Moody Bible Institute - Arch Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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THE HHHUHL EDWARD OSTERWIND . . . Editor LOWELL SAUNDERS . . Business Manager Z" Volume l5 Pubhshcd Ill l952 lx lhc Students of the Nloody Bxble Institute 820 North La gulls SL., Chicago 10, lllinois. 5 2 x, 'I ' as W + 2i Q11 E a ' , I r 8, N ' u Q I my .BJ ' L Q5 w-, 1 ,1 -ll' '52 1 ' l I Q-H4 W ,H Qu , My U- .. ,,...,. T PREPHHHTIUH X THHUUGH 93 ,TI "Q L W D577 H9 lliii-1. :ll .uni To those of ns in the Tech Course, Woomhlulc Airport, with its planes and fucililics will ever ln: in our allmm of memories. Ml S -,N T sno fiouemon rlW-'- l -- ' .XX -A 5. . - l V... 4 f x 3 --f-me 1 Pi l How often we passed llirougll this Arch on our way lo recreation in the game room or lo fellow:-ship in the social rooms. 6 "-1 iii PHEPHHHTIUH WW: "learn by doing" as we go out into missions. churches and street corners 'lclling forth the good news Christ came to save sinners. 8 1 , The lruining 0f'Ixl'CilIliC1li Spociulisls in Missionzlry Avi- ation, Hamlin and Pllnlograpliy is the nvwrrsl lTlllllSlI'y. f.:0IIC0l1il'ill.C1i study of the Bible and rvluled subjects has occupied lhc most. of our hours of preparation here. .- 51 1 .k lf Q f gf is ll H I wi , , 7 , A H . Y ,en -4 -x .1 F uf., 'Y J- ,M 1-A :nm sesgfggmw W A mu. mm mm xg 9 HIE DEDICHTE Miss Grace Darling "Gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient .. .slow to anger. . .patient toward allmen . . . of an excellent spirit . . . steadfast, unmoveahle, always abounding in the work of the Lord . . . diligent . . . not slothful in business, fervent in Spirit, serving the Lord." FUHELUURD The unforgetable days spent as students at Moody Bible Institute have been days of intensive training and service, a time of preparation for the most wonder- ful privilege in this world-serving our Lord Jesus Christ. Although we were not always aware of it., that prep- aration 'took many different forms: contact' with the administration from admission application to diploma prepared us through guidanceg long hours in the class- room and library prepared us through studyg partici- pation in student organizations prepared usp through practiceg and opportunities in Christian work prepared us 'through activity. To the end that we may be further prepared for the future by precious memories of the past, this, the 1952 ARCH, is expeetantly sent forth. PHEPHHHTIUH THHUUGH GUIDHHCE 1 aff' 2 I Messa e from the President Wise men in every age have laid great stress upon preparation. Preparedness is a watchword today. The intrigue of plotters against liberty calls for constant watchfulness and instant readiness. If worldly men sense the need of being ready for -emergency, should not we who are tl1e children of God? We are in the conflict of the ages. The battle is not a possible one or a probable one for usg it is onl To enter the fray, to face the foe in the thickest of the battle is foolhardy, unless we are prepared. These have been days of preparation. In one sense such days never end. However, never forget the prepar- 14 ation you have learned here. May your soul be prepared by the Word of God, by prayer, by trial. May your mind be prepared by diligent study, by careful, pains- taking, meticulous search. May your body be prepared by healthful exercise and by daily care. May your spirit be prepared by communion with the known and the loved Lord. Remember, he who ascends the hill of the Lord- as the conqueror who was prepared and who by Cod's provision overcame-is 'Elle that hath clean hands, and a pure heartg WIIO hath not lifted up his soul unto falsehood, And hath not sworn deceitfullyf' Message from the Dean of Education "The preparations of the heart in man, and the answer of the tongue, is from the Lord." CProv. 16:lQ When you come to Christ as Saviour, you were very conscious that the Lord had first prepared your heart through the conviction ol' the Holy Spirit. The answer ofthe tongue when you confessed you faith to Him and to others was likewise "from the Lord." Alterward., the desire which burdened your heart to devote yourself to Christian service originated with the Lord, as did your response when you answered His call, "I gladly present my body a living sacrifice." Then you came to Moody 'Bible lnstitute, where Christ has continued the preparation of your heart for the work He has called von to do. You have been conscious of His presence in this blessed place. He has spoken to you in the classroom, the devotional hour, the prayer lm, ,ln meeting, the conference program. It is because He dwells in the hearts of other students that you have found Christian fellowship the like of which you may never have known before. All this, and more, has been part of the preparation of heart characterizing life for you in this school. What will be "the answer of the tongue" as you now leave to represent your Lord before the world? If it is not from the Lord, your ministry will be powerless. We shall be praying that everything you speak to God in prayer and intercession, everything you utter before men, will be from the Lord whose Word you have been study- ing. If you speak as in His presence, receiving your message from Him, there is no limit to what He may be pleased to do through you. dministration Board of Trustees F RANK F. 'TAYLOR Chairman Chicago, Illinois ' Enwum L. JOHNSON Secretary Chicago., Illinois FREELIN A. CARLTON Chicago, Illinois IIENRY C. CROWELL Chicago, Illinois Wi LLIAM CULBEHTSON Chicago, Illinois ' II. EARL EAVEY Xenia, Ohio Wi1,L1,m GARLAND Chicago, Illinois XWILLIAM ARTHUR Hom' OCOIIIO, Wisconsin W. MAXEY JARMAN Nashville, Tennessee ROBERT E. Nlcl-1oLAs IIENRY R. Smrm C. DAVIS WEYERHAEIISER JAMES H. BARNES JACOB STAM Oak Park, Illinois San Francisco, California Tacoma, Washington Dclroil, Michigan Patterson, New Jersey V' P 'd t HENRY C. CROWVELL E. C. CIIRISTIANSEN S. MAXWELL Comm HAROLD E. STOCKBURGEIL Ronam' L. CONSTABLE General Manager Investments Dean of Education Treasurer Development Branch N 16 Development and Treasur Branches lduu. M. .ANDERSON Director, Legal Department ERNEST D. CHRISTIE Publication Manager, lVl,oosly Monthly Fred M. Elzey Director, Household and Purchasing Departments A. P. FRYE Director, Radio Technical Department Lenox' E. Ql0nNsoN Controller LOVVELL L. KLINE Director, Accounting Department XVILLIAM M. LESSEL Director, Service Department IRWIN A. MooN Director, lVIoody Institute of Science DONALD H. PARSON Director, Film Department Romznr H. PARSONS Director, Radio Department JoI1N H. RAYMOND Director, Promotion Department CARL I. SCHUMACIIER Manager, Operations Division PAUL E. SCHWEPKER Director, Methods, Procedures and special Service Department 11.moI.o K. STEVENS Director, Stewardship Departmenti KENNETI-I N. TAYLOR Manager, Colportage Division, Moody Press LEONARD A. UNKEFER Manager, Personnel Division PHILIP H. NEWELL Dean of Student Affairs Irma Mr. Bromzul chats willi other deans al informal supper. Educational ANGELYN G. DANTUIWIA A. FRANKLIN BROMAN Dean of Wfomeu Dean of M011 18 ilk Tsorsm, S. MILLAR Assistant Dean of Wromcn BERNICE VAN BAREN Assislanl, Dean of Womcil RALPH W. SNOW Assie-ilzuml Dean of Men 'lhclmlxn L. Run , A Assislunl Dean of Men i Administration i Misa Millar und girls gather for an informal singspirulion. A. ROYAL HANSON Assistant to Dean of Men mga fa, My my , 1 Z S. 'fAlL"' fiugg f V ' . V1 xi' . J Xl X N 1 1 71 ff: x A "' ti? A 9 .QQ-Ka, Q, 'nn 'g . . .gg Q ilulgjllzaq . 'W '- ff,fQE.'4:'f. ' f fx: ' '.-I ,I I. 5 . 4:gtr,": 'H ' 1-NJ me V v r AR'l'llUR T. ALLEN Special Instructor Christian Education FRANCIS E. BARNARI1 Special Instructor Mllsic C. NORMAN B,xR'rLE'I'T Bible., Theology XYTILMA E. BENKER English MRS. AUGUST M. BLIX Special Instructor Missionary Medical A. FRANKLIN BRUMAN Dean of Men, Theology WILFREIJ L. BURTON Nlusic S. IYIAXVYELL CODER Dean of Education GRACE IJAIKLINU llome Economics J. NIAURICE Dolmms Special llli-llI'llCl0l' Music Facult H AROLD R. Cook Missions IIENRY C. CRONVELL Executive Vice-President WILLIAM CULBERTSON President ANGELYN G. IUANTUMA Dean of Women The Faculty-men and women of Cod, called and empowered by- Him for the minis- try of teaching. In classroom or Sweet shop, office or gym floor, the 'testimony of their lives proclaim the geuuineness of their Words. The bountiful fruit resulting from their faith- ful instruction will not fully be known until revealed in eternity- 21 REX W. EAfiI.E Technical Instructor Radio FRANK EARNEST Music B. I-Luun' IEATON, JR. Technical Instructor Aviation SIIELDON Fstmuz Special lnstrnctor Music P. B. Fl'rzw.x'mR Dir. Pastors' Course Theology EDNA E. Fnrrscn Phonetics MRS. I'lAROLD E. GARNER Special Instructor Christian Education IIAROLD E. GARNER Christian Education ILMA E. GEESAMAN English CL.n"roN 1-I,u.voRsEN Music Jxwtrzs F. IIARRISON Dir. Practical Christian Evangelism Romain' J. I-IUERLIN Special Instructor Missicmnztry Dledical Xvork -1 l t 2: 1.: . ."i.' I I :-: sw H gg.: ,sig-f . . H Another famous Hulin arrangemcnt in the making. EARLE F. ll U t.lN Music DONALD P. l'Ius1'An Dir. of Sacred Music lic pl Music -X.. RUBY ANN JACKSON Registrar Trrus JOHNSON Special lustructor Missionary Medical GUY C. LATCUANV llflusic IIQENRY DIKCN LOES Nlusic G. COLEMAN LUCK Bible, Theology J. C. lVlACAUI,AY Bible, Theology ALFRED M ARTIN Bible, Greek XVILLIAM NICCARRELL Special Instructor Evangelism JACOB lVlEDENDORP Special lnstruclor Missions STELLA M. NIEYER Special lnslrnctor Mllsic CCRINNE MONTCONIERI Special Instructor Speech, Physical Ed uca lion JonN NIOSTERT Bible, Greek Lingering over a cup of coffee ut. the fucully table. l'.l.4.m 5. lVl0YF.R Librarian c4llIll'Cll llnqlury lll4.l.I-.N l. Nmmn lgllgfllrill, l'lI'4'llCll 3i23i'Ei'?1i- . - . ,w...113,. - EQ MORRIS E. NELSON Church History Physical Education PIIILII' I-I. NEV5'ELI, Dean of Student Affairs EDYTARD H. OCKEIIT S Jecial Instructor 7. . Missions FRANKLIN A. OLSON Special lnslructor Missionary Nledical GENEX'lEX'E PAGE Special instructor Missionary llledical l'lARRY E. PANEY Technical 'instructor Photography LAWYRENCE E. PEAIISON Special Instructor Public Speaking R. NATALIE PLXGLAND Christian Education HELEN C. RENTSCIILER Assistant Director Practical Christian W'Ork Evangelism,ChrislianEducatiOn MRS. PAUL ROBINSON Special Instructor Music PAUL F. ROBINSON Coordinator, Nlissionary Technical Course Aviation PRESTON ROCIQIIOLT Special Instructor Music ... rv Naturally all those will be marked "AHS" wOn't they, DF- Nlaflin? -.1 --QQIG-.-g' Davin SMAII1' Music J. AII'I'uuII SPIuN1:I-:II Bible is-"P ui? ,ang-' Roumvr L. STOCKLEY Technical Instructor Aviation NATlIfKN J. STONE Bihle, Old Testament Hebrew Moclern Languages P1nLLu-s S'rRoU'r Technical lnslruclor Radio Gmnvs NIARY TALBOT Assistant, Registrar Story Telling GLADYS E. TAYLOR Special Instructor English PAUL M. WFERTHEINIER Technical Instructor Aviation Tnonms XVOODALL Special lnslruclor Music KENNE1'll S. WUEST Bible, Greek lnslrnclor llurry Pzmcy explains the complexities of a movie camera lo Chuck Bennett. 25' TUDU PHEPHHHTIUH THROUGH 4 r . 7' ,L 1 Jgf? U f'fa"'i ., " w ' '- -. uw.: -, .Q . . , 1 N vi X - X - I ' , 1 iv'-f .L 1 ' is. ,, Q' . Xxx . 4 Januar 19 2 Class The sixty-four members of our class came to the Moody Bible Institute in response to Godls call to train for His service. In the fall of 1951, we organized for the purpose of increasing our interest in and usefulness to each other and the school. Many inspiring hours had been spent under the teaching of Dr. Alfred Martin, so we were very pleased to learn that he was to be our Class Advisor. We believe it to have been a direct lead- ing of God to select Phil Wahl as our president, for he has guided us faithfully. In addition to our many outings, the class devotions and prayer meetings were a source of blessing to all who attended. A great deal of hard work was encountered when we were in charge of the Junior-Senior banquet given for our predecessors, but the excitement of being Juniors spurred us on. Seniors at last! and how enjoyable it was to relax at the superb banquet given to us by the Junior Class on Saturday, ,December 15, 1951. Centered around the Christmas theme, the evening's entertainment included a dramatic presentation of "A Gift for the Christ Childf, The highlight of this term was the retreat when we spent a few precious hours in fellowship together with Christ. We leave this beloved school with hope and expecta- tion, looking forward to full-time service. The one thing for which we now strive, as in days past, is "To Do Ifis Will," and with Cod's help, we shall obtain this goal which He has set before us. WTO DO HI WILL99 Hebrews 13:21 28 CLASS OFFICERS: left to right JEAN NAGEI,, Corresponding Secretary .lovcls ,HINE, Recording Secretary Ronmvr HILL, Vice-President LA VERNE l"lARTWVlC, Treasurer ljllll. NVAIIL, President DR. ALFRED M.uc'rlN, Advisor RICIIIARII L. ALLEN, Ohio, Illinois, Pastorsg Philippians 4-27. EARL V. ANGELL, Barrington, lllinoisg General Christian Education, Psalms 9211. BEATRICE ARNOLD, Chicago, Illinois, General Bible, Psalms 32:9:, Choralcg Student Council. CI.AmssA BARTON, Muskegon Heights, Mich- igan, Christian Education-Nlusicg Isaiah 41: 109 Prayer Band. WILLIS E. BAUGIIMAN, Cicero, Illinoisg Mis- sionary Tcchnicalr, Joshua 119. NORA BEERS, Sidell, Illinois, Missionary- Bihleg Philippians 4-:19g Moody Student. M.ARY Lou BIERBAUM, Litchfield, Illinois, General Bible, I Tliessalonians 5:24, Class Activity. Joyce BRAssINc'roN, Painsville, Ohio, Chris- tian Education, lsaiah 60:19. MARGIE BURIQIIART, Mineral Ridge, Ohio: General Bible, lsaiah 41:10. VIOLA CHAN, Chicago, Illinoisg Missionary- Bibleg Psalms 116:1,2g Prayer Band, Missionary Union, Class Officer. lIARRY CURRAN, Blue Earth, hiinnesolag Missionary-Bible, Philippians 3:10. JANET L. DAvIs, Bel Air, M arylandg General Nlnsicg Romans 8:28. 'FRED W. DICKINSON, Lyons, Miehigang Pas- lorsg Joshua 1:5g Nlissionary Union, Class Activity. ELSE M. ENTENMANN, Crown Point, Indiana, lllusicg Galatians 2:20g Orchestra. . JACK E. EWING, Flint, Michigan, General Bible, Proverbs 29125: Chorale Officer. 29 M,SRY GRIMSIIAW, Wheaton, lllinois: Mission- ary-Bihleg Philippians 3:l0. PIIYLLIS IIALE, Jackson, Michigan, Christian lhlllICill.l0llQ lsaiah 4-l:,l0g Student Council. L.ftVEttNt4: L. I'-IAtn'w1G, Fort Atkinson, Wis- consin, Missionary-Bible: Isaiah fl-l:l0: Prayer Band, Missionary Union, Class Oflieer. Rotsatrt' JOSEPH HILL, Indiana, Pennsylvania: Pastors: Philippians 3:l0: Recreation Club, Class Olliccr. JOYCE IIINE, Adrian, Michigang Christian Education-Music: Psalms 3725, Isaiah 26:32 Prayer Band, Arch Staff, Class Olliccr, Chorale Ollieer. Emu LUCILLE Ihxotv, Dana, Indiana: Gen- eral-Christian Edueationg Philippians l:20, 2lg Arch Staff. IJONNALINE IIOLSTEEN, Morning Sun, Iowag General Musicg Psalms 32:8g Chorale. CARL IIOLVVEIKDA, Grand Rapids, Michigang General Bibleg Revelation 1:5-7g Recreation Cluh. Goonies W. lloovtm, Jn., Baltimore, Mary- landg Missionary-Pastors, ,Proverbs 3:5,6: Prayer Band., Missionary Union. Enrrtt Ilttnmxatrr, David City, Nehraskag General-Home Missions: Proverbs 3:5,6. LELA ,IouNs'roN, Galcsburg, lllinoiag Christian litlucationg Philippians 4-:l9g Class Oilicer. ,lottNNY ,lottNs'roN, Calesliurg, Illinois Pastors-tg Proverbs 3:5,.6 Wt1.t.ts JONES, Pertt, Indianag Pastors: Prov- erbs 35,63 Prayer Band. Dono'rnY Kr:tar.En, Milwaukee, Wisconsing General Music: Romans lflzffz Arclltstaff., Chorale,MoodySlutlenlStal'I,C.lassActivities. Burn M. Katsratt, Albion, Indiana: Christian Education: Psalms l6:llg Proverbs 3:5,6. 30 RUTH ICRISTOF, East Patterson, New Jcrsvy: Mu:-sic: Proverbs 35,63 Choralc Ulliccr. IJYDA JAN!-: Knuucun, Milwaukvc, Wisconsin: Missionary-Bilrlcg Psalms 32178: Missionary Union, Prayer Band, Christian Nurses Fellow- ship, Student Assistant, Cla:-is Activity. ,Io,xN M ,ut'l'ttA LisN't', Port lluron, Michiffang n u - 1 1 NllBSl0lllll'y-NIIISICQ lnplicsians 2:8, 9, Student Council, Urcllcstru. CIN.-KRLUTTE ,ll-:AN l,IiVl, Muncie, Indiana: Cencrul-llomc Mir-minus: Philippians 3:l0. ALF!!!-:n lx'lCAlDAllvI, Palmer, Massaclnn-ctts: Pastors: .lvrcmiuh 32227: Prayer Band, Stu- tlcnl Council. JAMES lVlGKlNI.EY, Lincstone, Pennsylvania: Christian Education: Luke l:37: Student. Council, Class Activity. VERNA NIM: M ACK, Mahoninglown, Pennsyl- vania: General Bilrlvz Proverbs 3:5,6. NEl,l.Ii Mlwtitt, Cicero, Illinois: Gcncral Bible: John 5:24-. RUTH lWll.l.EIl, Brooklyn, Iowa: General- Homc Missions: .lcrcmiah 33:3. BETH Eu,laEN MlNof:UE, Edmonton, Albcrta, Canada: Gcncral Music: Philippians -'l-:l3: Oratorio Chorus. DUNN ICLISIQ M Us'l'oN, Muskegon, Michigan: Music: ll Corinthians 5:2l: Chorale. .IEAN NAU!-:t,, lndcpcudoncc, Missouri: Mis- sionary-Cliristian liducationg Galatians 2:20, Missionary Union, Class-2 Speaker, Student Council. Pray:-r Band. Bammlm ANN NICSIKITT, Royal Oak, Mich- igarl: Christian ldducalionz lsaiuh fl'l:l0: Mis- sionary Union. RUTH E. NEWMAN, Belle Conte-r, Ohio: Chris- tian Education, Pliilippialn-x 3:.l,0: Studvnt Council. Vtcmm I'r:'rEnsoN, Noel, Missouri: General Bilrlcg Psalms 37:4-. 31 PHILIP E. PETERsoN, Greenport, L. I., New York: Christian .lfi4LlllCZlli0D2 Jeremiah 33:3: Prayer Band, Class Activity. CARLO PIETROPAULO, Altoona, Pennsylvania: Nlusic: Colossians 1118: Class Officer: Choralc, Student Council, Prayer Band, Class Activity. GEORGE R. POTTS, Hoopeston, Illinois: Gen- eral Bible: Philippians 'l:20, 2'l. C. ADRIAN PHESSON, Hilton Village, Virginia: Missionary'-Bible: Philippians 3:13, 14: Chris- tian Etlucation Club, Class Activity, Class Speaker. ALFRED W. Ps.xLa1oNDs, Stuttgart, Arkansas: General-Home hlissions: Psalms 27:1. DoRoTIIY REINIIART, McCool Junction, Nebraska: General Music: Psalms 32:23. EDWARD SCI-IAFER, Highland Park, Michigan: Pastors: Philippians l:21: Missionary Union, Student Council. MIRIANI Scusrvrz, Chicago, Illinois: General ABible: Psalms 32:8. MURIEL Sctnisviwic, Grand Rapids, Michigan: Christian Education-Nlusicg Philippians 3:14: Oratorio Chorus, Orchestra. IXLBERTA IIAE STAFFOIXD, Bloomington, lnd- iana: Christian Education: Philippians 3:.l0: Class Activity. PEGGY ANN STIMMEL, Port Huron, Michigan: General Bible: Galatians 2:20: Class Activity, Prayer Band, Student Council. JAMES D. 'I'EDMAN, 'Los Angelus, California: Missionary-Bible: Exodus 23:20: Arch Staff STANLEY VELDT, Kalamazoo, Michigan: Gen- eral Bible: Proverbs 315, 6: Missionary Union, Recreation Clllb, Orchestra. JANE VICKERS, Baltimore, ,lVl,aryland: Mission ary-Bible: I Corinthians 15:58. PHIL IJEXVITT WFAIIL, Fort Wayne, Indiana: Pastors: Philippians 3:10: Class President. 32 VIRCIL VTEED, Tacoma, Washington: General Bible: .lohn 3:16. NEIL WTILSON, Zanesville, Ohio: Nlissionaryg Philippians 1:20. JOE M. w':00T'l'ON, Fernalale,Miel1igan: Music: ll Corinthians 5:14, 15. NW lilnsu-3 L. ,lE5lu1:, Cluicugo, Illinois: General ,- 'liiblcg Pllilippians 4:13. Xl Retreat lr Top: 'l'wn glorious days were spent at Potuwulomi lnn. Carlo and Dr. lllartin give a rousing sendoff to the Bottom: Nllss llunlumn Joins Ill on the fun. retreating August 52 Seniors. 33 fm r ' 9.15 f ff' fl ? YQ, 'H AMW J" 351 X 3 1 A -if - l 5 I 'V' -if-f f i 1 1' s?3 E 5 izdsir +9 ru U P 5 . " JI 7, A . 'j ' ,F V E 5-1 " 1 ' 459 f 9, ,V 'ia ' WQJ' f 1 ' 0 if V- 4 F3 sv! ,f ' 'I l -.- lune 19 2 lass lfn the winter term ol' l95l,tl1e April 1952 class was organized. lieeause of tl1e change in the curriculum, we later became known as the June 1952 class. This is one ol' the 'things that has made our class distinctive. Ours was the lirst class to have a baby Junior retreat. We enjoyed a day of recreation and fellowship at the Methodist Camp Ground at Des Plaines, Illinois on Saturday, .luly lfl-th. Long to he remembered are the times of relaxation, and 'testimony at our class socials. An outstanding social was the outing at Montrose Beach with Mr. Herbert Lockyear, Jr. as our devotional speaker. In our times together, we have come to know each other"s aspirations and visions for service, and have shared each other's joys and sorrows. Class devotions have deepened the spiritual tie between us, and social activities have fur- nished us with pleasant memories and strengthened our bonds of fellowship. The Christmas season provided an appropriate theme GGBEARI G PRE IOUS SE for the Junior-Senior banquet, the planning of which each class member had a part. Seasonal music by a string ensemble warmed the atmosphere of the dining hall on that chilly December 15th. Climaxing the even- ing was the presentation of a play, "A Gift for the Christ Childf' For four terms, Don Phillips served as our class presi- dent, and Miss Rentschler was our able advisor. In- cluded in our class are the first group of four-year Mis- sionary Technical students to graduate from the Institute. Senior retreat time in February at Pokagon State Park, Angola, Indiana., was as wonderful as had long been anticipated. We have come from a variety of walks of life, and will be going out to various fields of service. Here at school we have learned the necessity of depending wholly on the Lord in order to be fit vessels to go forth "Bearing Precious Seed." EDP Psalms l26:6 CLASS OFFICERS, left to right: Etrnmnix PuUrr'r, Recording Secretary NIARGARET L.uln..uv, Corresponding Secretary Nsuwimn Us BAR , Vice-President. Tom Lol-En, Treasurer Dow pllll.LlI'S, President Miss IIEl,.nN ll nwrsen I.:-zu, Advisor 35 Ruru M. Ammoos, St. Louis, Missouri, Missionary-Bible, Isaiah 26:3, 4-3 Orchestra. RQBERT M. AI'P, Elgin, lllinois, Missionary- Bihle, lsaiah 6:33 Rec Club, Student Council Class Activity. 5 Prayer Band. EUGENE BARBEH, Chicago, Illinois, General Christian Education, Titus 2:11-lfl-. 'Lul-:'r'r-A BAYNE, Stapleton, Nebraska, Chris- tian Education, Philippians 3:l0, Student Council. ESTIIER RUTH BEAMAN, New Franklin, Missouri, Missionary-Bible, Hebrews 12:l, 2, Prayer Band Oilieer, Christian Nurses Fellow- ship Officer, Student Council. NAOMA Bl'FTNEll, Coloma, NI ichigan, Mission- ary-Music, Philippians 3:12, Student Council, Moody Chorale Oilicer. ALHER1' E. BOBBY, Emeigh, Pennsylvania, Missionary-Pastors, Romans l5:20,2,l, Mis- sionary Uinion. Rosa M. Bona, Buffalo, New York, General Christian Education, Philippians 4:13,l9. BARBARA Bowan, Fort Smith, Arkansas, Missionary-Bilrle: Psalm l8:30, Christian Nurses Fellowship Olliccr, Prayer Band, Missionary Union. EVELYN li. BIKACKETT, Chicago, Illinois, Christian litlucaliong Romans 8:28. GLENN A. BRIGGS, Shelby., Ohio, Missionary- Bihle, ll Corinthians l5:57,58, Missionary Union. NIILDRED Bossa, Lkemme, Iowa, Christian Education-Music: Isaiah fl-l:9h,l0, Mission- ary Union. MIRIANI Cltlvcllttsls, lauffailo, New York, Christian .litlucationz Plnhpplans 3: l0, l Thes- salonians 5:2-L, Recreation Cluh. SELENA M. CL,u-s,xom,l-1, Webster, Wisconsin, General Bible, Joshua l:9. 36 HILDA QBAAU, Berrian Springs, Michigan, Christian Education, lsaiah 4l:l0, Psalm 100, EDIVIN CoI.soN, Ivaterrloo, Iowa: General Bible, Ephesians 3:8: Recreation Cluh. 'BETTY Cnocmcn, Kohoka, Missouri: Mission- ary-Hihleg Psalm 3'I:5: Recreation Cluh0lIicer., Student Council, Class Speaker. Bt-:RNARD IJEHAR, Waterloo, Iowa, General Bible, Calations 2:20: Class Ollicer. BE'r'rY E. AIJENIGLII, bllill City, South Dakotag General Christian I'iducationg Isaiah fl-5:2,3: Student Council. ,IANINH Dlr:KsoN, Gary, Indiana: Christian Education: Isaiah fIl:l3: Moody Student. S1'levlsN lloonmswmano, Chicago, Illinois Missionary-Bihle: Isaiah 1222: Moody Chorale, Missionary Union. SARAN IJUNKER, Youngstown, Ohiog General Bible, Philippians 2:l3. Nonnm lil. IJUNN, Oxford, Michigang Mission- ary, .Iohn 3:30: Missionary Union, Moody Student. BE.-Vl'IIlCE ERB, lloopmle, Illinois: General Christian Education: enesis 28:15. Mtntaxnt ICSTEP, Altoona, Pennsylvania: Mis- sionary-Bihle: Philippians fl-:l3g Prayer Band, Recreation Club, Moody Chorale Ollicer, Choralairs. FRANCES FAIN, Plymouth, lllinoisg General Home Missions: Lamentations 322,233 Moody Student. Cunmn' G. Ftacnmsn, Chicago, Illinois, Gen- eral Bible, llehrews l3:5. N.A0lIl M. Fosrlslt, Lynchburg, Virginiag Mis- sionarfyg Philippians l:6g Prayer Band, Stu- dent JOLIIICII. Mus. JEAN M. I"u,xN1'z, Allentown, Pennsyl- vania, lN'Iissionary-Bihle: Romans I2:l,2, Prayer Hand, Student Council. Pln't.l.ls Gael., lilkhart, Indiana, Christian Education: Calations 2:20. 37 EDITH M. GLEASON, Erie, Pennsylvaniag Gen- eral Bihleg Joshua 1:9. HOWVARD YV. GRAVES, Davenport, Iowag Pastors Courseg Psalm 3448, 93 ARCH Staff, Missionary Union. JACK GRIGSBY, Kenton, Ohiog Musicg Deu- teronomy 3126. OLIVE A. GRIFFITII, Galina, Ohiog Christian Educationg Philippians 3:l0g1:6g Galatians 6:14-3 Student Council. MRS. GLORIA GRUBER, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadag Christian Educaliong II Corinthians 9:8. MAX GRUBER, Vancouver., British Columbia, Canadag General Bihleg Colossians 1:10g Student Council. Lomws IIARDYMAN, Hammond, Indianag Christian Educationg Matthew 6:33. NORDIA IIARGRAVES, Grand Blanc, Michigang Christian Education-Musicg Philippians 3:12. FRANCES I. HARM4S, Dixon, Illinoisg Christian Educationr, E hesians 3:19,20g hioody Stu- dent, ARCH Staff, Student Council. PHILIP C. HoUsEMAN, Grand Rapids, Mich- igang General Bibleg Philippians 3:10. RONALD G. HAYES, Paxton, Illinoisg General Bihleg Proverbs 3:5,6g Prayer Band. CIIAIILOTTE R. IIUBBARD, Kingsville, Ohiog General Home Missionsg Hebrews 13:5,6. ESTHER I'1UllLEY, Bellefontainc, Ohiog Mission- ary Bibleg Isaiah 26:33 Student Council. KANEO INO, Honolulu, Hawaiig Christian Ed- ucationg I Samuel 12:21Lg Recreation Club. Emi.. JANISH, Spokane, Washinglong Pastorsg Romans 8:28g Prayer Band. 38 DONALD C. Joi-1NsoN, Chicago, Illinoisg Gen- eral Bihleg Romans 8:28g Christian Ed Cluh. 1h'IARGARET J. LAIDLANV, Simcoe, Ontario, Can- adag Missionary-Christian Educatioug Philip- pians 3:10:, Class Ofhcer, Prayer Band, Student Council, Chorale. LEO LANCE, Frederick, Oklahomag Mission ary Technicalg Philippines 1:20,21. Tnomts EQ Loman, Tacoma, Washingtong Missionary-Bibleg Psalms 37:3-79 Class Oliicer. lifts. INIARION LUNN, Bedford Park, Illinoisg General Bibleg Joshua 1.:9. XVANDA MCKEEVER, Bradford, Illinoisg Chris- tian Educationg Psalms 27:l. ALIENE E. MCVICKER, Scouville, Michigang General Christian Educationg Romans 8:285 fl. Corinthians 10:13. KENNETII R. MILLl'lElDl, Nazareth, Pennsyl- vaniag Missionary Technicalg Isaiah 4f1:1Og Prayer Band. DONNA MoN'r.xcUE, Ann Arbor, Michigang Musicg Psalms 9:10g Recreation Club, Chorale. JOYCE A. MOODY, Godfrey, Illinoisg Mission- ary-Biblcg Galations 2:20: Student Council. PIELEN MoUN'rl-'ono, Des Plaines, Illinoisg General Christian Educationg Isaiah 61:3. CLARICE JUNE NELSON, Baylield, Wisconsing hlissionary-Christian Educationg Psalms 73: 283, Missionary Union, ARCH Staff, Student Assistant. VIVIAN OSLUND, Morton Grove, Illinoisg Missionary-Bihleg Philippians 1:20215 ARCH Stalf. EDVVAHD OSTERWVIND, Richard ton, North Dakotag Dlissionary-Pastorsg Philip ians 4:1153 Class Activity, Bloody Student, ARCH Editor. NIARY PALAGIIE, Mayville, Michigang Mis- sionary-Bihleg I Corinthians 15:58g Glce Clubg Oralorio Chorus, Missionary Union. '39' IIILIM V. PERHY, Covington, Virginia: Christian Educationg Hebrews l3:8: Class Activity. EI,r'nEIo,x l?nuI'r'r, New Boston, Ohiog Mis- sionary-Biblez, Philippians 3:l0g Missionary Union. Prayer Band. IJONALD H. PIuLI.II's, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vaniag Missionary-Pastorsg Philippians 3:13, Mg l:20g Class President. l XVINIFRED Puou, Adair, lllinoisg Christian Education, l Corinthians l5:58g Student Council, Class Activity, Chairman Nurses Fellowship. l RUTH L. REYNOLDS, Lakeview, Michigang General Christian Education: Proverbs 3:5,6g , Student Council, Christian Nurses Fellowship, W Class Activity, LEE D. RICHARDS, Twin Lake, Michigan Missionary Technicalg Romans 8:38,39g Radic Club Ollicer. ROGER ROSE, Ortonville, Michigang Musicg ll Corinthians 5:l'lt,'I5g Choral Officer. NIARJORIE ROWVLAND, Ottumwn, lowag Chris- tian Edncationg Philippians 3:l0g Christian Education Club, Student Council, Class Activity. ANNA Swann, Elizabeth, New .lerseyg Genera Home Mi:-Isionsg Proverbs 3:5,6. SIIIIu.IaY ANNE SEII.s, Baraboo, Wisconsin: General Bibleg Jeremiah 33:34 Chorale, Moody Student, Student Council, Class Activity. BLANCIIE SIIEWEL, Berwyn, lllinoisg General Christian Educationg lsaiah 40:31. Mus. BILLIE E. Snurn, I-lartford City, In ianag Missionary-Bible: Romans 3:32, Pray Band, Missionary Union. DON.Kl.IJ EDWVIN SMITH, New Virginia, lowag Missionary 'l'echnicalg Proverbs 3:5,6. FAYE Tstutv, Royal Oak, M ichigang Christian lfltlucationg Philippians 3: l0g Student Council. BEIKTIIA TEUNISSEN, Grand Rapids, Mich gan: Missionary-Bibleg Proverbs 3:5,6g Iwi sionary Union, Student Council. 40 MARGARET ri1RUMli0, llohurl, 'Imlianug Gen- eral Bihleg Philippians 3:l0. NIARY D. NVILCOX, Chicago, Illinois: General Bibleg 1 John 5:l3. ARLENE M. YOUNG, Ellsworth, Maine, Chrislian Edueulion: John 15:16, ARCH stuff, Stud:-nl council. l?'IARY ANN ZAGER, Jennings, Missouri, Mis- 'ionurygu Deuteronomy 31:63 Sluxlcnl Council, Prayer Band, Class uclivily. LESLIE ADKINS, Belvidere, Illinois, General Bible: Romans l0:9. YOIIANNES CROES, Aruba, Neiherlunds West lndiesg Generali Bible, John 5:24. WYLVIA lJ,un.s'rnoM, Sharon, Wisconsin: Cen. hrislian Education, ,Iohn l5:l6:, Prayer 811 d. ANN LINDLE, New York, N. Y., Missionary- Bibleg il Corinthians 3:59 Sludenl Council, Prayer Band. BRUCE LOVE, Cobles., Michigang1Generul Bible: Psalms 27:.l. Billie Smith speaks ut class devotions l l , B.A. BONIFAY, Wleslchesler, Illinois, General Bible, Isaiah 26:3. DOROTIIY J. LUPTON, Chicago, Illinoisg Gen eral Bibleg Philippians 1:21. The Junior's present "A Gift for the Christ-Child" . Miss Rcnlchler is zu good sport Manger scene from the play ugust 19 O Class We all remember how important we felt the day that notices were received to attend the first meeting of the August, 1952 class. Then as we left the organization meet- ing on the morning of May 22, 1951 we fully realized that the "big day" was drawing near. During the first term together, we had a wonderful picnic at Thatcher Woods and found inspiration in class devotional times. At the beginning of the Fall semester, we elected as our president, .lohn Weins, and he has been a very capable leader. There were so many problems to discuss and decisions to make, but he has guided us well, and with Mr. Springer as advisor, what could go wrong? On September 29, 1951 we spent one glorious day at the Conference Grounds at Cedar Lake, Indiana. The fun, food and fellowship caused us to look forward even more expectantly to our Senior Retreat in .1 une. And then we were .luniorsl The excitement of planning a banquet for the Seniors and electing our class speakers made us realize how soon we would be out in the lVlaster's service. This was pre-eminent in our minds as we chose "At Thy Word, I Will" as our class motto. Our enrollment at the Moody Bible lnstitute was in response of a com- mand of Cod,and we have endeavored daily to live ac- cording to His Word. As we look forward to our gradua- tion day on July 31, 1952, we realize how much has hap- pened since the day we were Hrst-terrners. The class room instruction, practical work assignments, and social con- tacts have all added so much to our preparation. Each day brought new experiences which taught us what it means to trust God and submit to His will i11 all things. As we leave this beloved school, we, in one accord, say to our Lord and Saviour, "At Thy Word., 1 Will." GC T THY WORD I WILD, Luke CLASS OFFICERS left to right: PEGGY Mums Recording Secretary J ACK CLARK Treasurer JOHN Wmws President MARY NIANNING Corresponding Secretary ' MR. Svmwolm Advisor Lomaw M CCA Li. Vice-President RANDOLPH ALLEN, Pembroke, Kentucky: General Bible: Jol111 8:12. ROLAND G. ALLEN, Ohio, Illinois: Pastors: Romans 12:1, 2: Prayer Band, ClassActivity. JEAN ALLENDER, Vlfaterloo, Iowa: Christian Education: Romans 8:28. Ross ALLOWYAY, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada: Missionary Pastors: Isaiah 40:31, Orchestra. RUTH ANDEHBERG, Chicago, Illinois: Chris- tian Education: 1 Chronicles 28:9. RUTH ARVIDSON, Maywood, lllinoisg Mis- sionary: ll Corinthians 3:5, Philip Jians Ll-113: Blissionary Union, Student Council, Christian Nurses Fellowship. IJONALD L. AUBREY, SmitlisBasin,New York: Pastors: Philippians 4:13, 19: Prayer Band, Christian Ed. Club, Student Council. ANGELA BARKER, Grand Rapids., Michigan: General-Christian Education: Psalms 32:53, Exodus 23:20. Roman-r H. BAUMAN, Stuttgart, Arkansas: Pastors: Romans 5:8: Student Council President. JANE BECKER, Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Music: Proverbs 3:5,6: Chorale Officer. NIERRIL J. Blxtw, Ashtabula, Ohio: Pastors: 11 Corinthians 4:18: Student Council Oflicer. 1VlIRIA1tI BIXEL, Blulfton, Ohio: General Bible: Isaiah 41:10. IQEONA R. BLOOM, Trenton, New Jersey: Christian Education: Psalms 84:11. JEAN BRANNAN, Cheyenne, Wiyomingg Chris- tian Educationg Colossions 1:10. EDGAR BRYSON, Paterson, New Jersey: Gen- eral Bible: Joshua l:9. 45 ALAN CIIRISTENSEN, Bridgeport, Connecticut, General Bible, Philippians 3:10, Recreation Club. JACK CLARK, Uuadilla, New York, Pastors, Isaiah 6l:l0,Clat-is 0fhcer,Christian Ed Club. BETTY' COLLINS, Collingwood, Ontario, Can- ada, General Bible, .lumes 1:55 Moody Student, Prayer Band, Glee Club. 'l'.xLI1'II,x CoI.wEI.I., Tucson, Arizona, General Bible, I Corinthians l5:58, Orchestra. Nonmn JEAN ConEI,I., Bluefield, West Virginia, Christian Education, Philippians 3:l3,l4-. VIRQIINIA Ciuwroau, Oil Hill, Kansas: General Bible: Psalms I4-3:l0. ROBERT A. DAMOEN, Spring Creek, Pennsyl. vaniag Pastors: Luke 6:4-6: Prayer Band, Student Council. EARL J. DANNaNaIcIu1:, Ilolland, Michigan, Pastors, Philiypians 3:10, Pra'er Band, Class Ollicer, gtudent Council Officer. Mus. ARNETTA DAVIDSON, Bluefield, West Virginia, General Bible, I ,lohn 1:7. WILI. M. DAVIS, Chicago, Illinois, Pastors, Proverbs 3:5,6, Moody Student. LORRAINE C. DEGoo1', South Holland, Illi- nois, General Music: l Thessalonians 5:24, Student Council Officer, Glee Club, 'Prayer Band. CIIAIQLES Dtsllwav, Indianapolis, Indiana, Pastors, ll Corinthians 5: l5:, Student Council. Jew MAIIIE Duutsta, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Missionary-ClIristian Education: 1 Thessa- lonians 5:24, Student Council, ClassActivity. C. KENNETII, IJUDLEY, I-Iillsclalc, Michigan, Nlissionaryg Proverbs 3:5,6. I'lAlkLAN M. ECK, Pandora, Ohio, General Bible, Psalms 68:l9. 45 Bl-:'l"l'Y R. EVANS, Ilynduian, Pennsylvania: Christian Education: Provcrlrs 3:5,6: Studs-nt Council. llaiuu' liwmo, Beloit, Wisconsin: Pastors: John 3:30. RAQUL-:t. ANGL-:Luca FE1.ix, Brooklyn, New York: Christian Education: Philippians 2:l6: Prayer Hand. CIIARLEEN FIVE. Argos, Indiana: Gcncral Bihlc: Il Chronicles 20:l2: Prayer Band. l'JonoTuv l4'tsctum, Chicago, Illinois: Chris- tian Education: Provcrhs 3:5,6: Chorale. XXIAYNIC lil. l"o0'1'n, lfiaton Rapids, Michigan: Pastors: Paulina 25:fI,a: Prayer Band, Class Activity. CAROL G:klll.l2Il, Elgin, Illinois, Christian Education: ljrovcrlns 3:5,6, Isaiah fll:l3: Prayer Band, Class activity. GENE GETZ, Mcdaryvillc. Indiana: Christian Education: Provcrlis 3:5.,6. JOANNE Cooms, lit-s Moines, Iowa: Christian Education: .luhn 3:30: Student Council, Class Activity. N,t1'AI.in Gumzxian, Mcdaryvillc, Indiana: Christian. Education: I Corinthians l:30: Student Council. NANCY IC. IIABIILTON, Glvns Falls, New York: Christian Education: Psalms l8:2. LOIIIIAINE li. IIANSEN, Racine, Wisconsin: Christian lftlucation: .Icrcmiah 33:3: Student Council. SUE Ilanvisn. Grand Rapids, M ichigan: Chris- tian Education: Dcutcronomy 3l:6,8: Class Activity. Cuun. llAs'rt, Schring, Florida: Missionary: Psalms 37:,lt,5. U DELolu-Ls Illenmss, Auburn, Indiana Music: Psalms 27:l: Prayer Baud. 47 DAVID HORTON, Bay City, Michigan, General Bible, Romans 5:8, Missionary Union Officer. EVELYN HULL, West Union, Ohio, Mis- sionary-Christian Education, I1 Chronicles 20:15. ELENE JACKSON, Amarillo, Texas, General Music, Colossians 3:2,3. JV. A. JACKSON, JR., Amarillo, Texas, General Music, Philippians 3:17, Chorale, Student Council Officer, Prayer Band. GLORIA Joi-INsToN, Bushnell, Illinois, General Christian Education, Luke 1:37, Missionary Union. DAVID A. KAAPU, Oahu, Hawaii, Christian Education, Philippians 3:10. Joi-IN H. KLEIS, Holland, Michigan, Pastors, II Corinthians 315, SAMUEL Kos'rREvA, JR., Siloam Springs, Ar- kansas, General Bible, Deuteronomy 5:29, Prayer Band. CHARLES F. LAnmsnE.xn, Aldershat, Ontario, Canada, Music, Psalms 16:43, Prayer Band, Chorale. MARY ELLEN LINDBLAD, Racine, Wisconsin, Music, Colossians 3:16, 17. RUTII Locxwoon, Altoona, Pennsylvania, Christian Education, Psalms 40:2,3. MARY' MANNING, Lachine, Michigan, Chris- tian Education, I Corinthians 15:10, Moody Student, Prayer Band, Class Activity, Class Oflicer, Class Speaker. LOREN E. MCCALL, Hollidayshurg, Pennsyl- vania, Pastors, Deuteronomy 3118, Prayer Band, Missionary Union, Student Council, Class Officer. BARBARA MERRILL, Fall River, Massachu- setts, General Bible, Proverbs 3:5,6, Prayer Band. VIRGINIA Msfaks, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- vania, Music, Romans 1:16. 48 PEGGY Y. MIURA, Oahu, Hawaii: Christian Education: Proverbs 3:5,6g Class Ofhcer, Missionary Union. SIxNFonn B. MORGAN II, Denver, Colorado: Pastors: Philippians 3:12g Prayer Band, Bloody Student, Student Council President, Class Activity. Doms G. OLSON, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Christian Education: Psalms l6:11: Student Council, Prayer Band. Doms M. OLSON, Chicago, Illinoisg Mission- ary-Christian Education, 1 Corinthians 15:58. SHIRLEY JEAN OsBoItN, Chicago, Illinois, Missionary-Christian Education: 1 Thessa- lonions 5:24: Class Activity. JIM PENNER., Morgan 1-Iill, California: General Bihleg Acts 20:24. ELSIE POTTS, Hoopeston, Illinois: General Bible: 1l Corinthians 12:19. EDIIIUND F. RAsIsIUssEN JR., Middleton, Wis- consin, Missionary-Bible: Zephaniah 3:17g Student Council, Missionary Union. MRS. WII.I.ARD ROCKl'llLL, Baraboo, Wis- consin: Christian Education, Isaiah fl-1:10. YYILLARD H. ROCIQIIILL, Baraboo, Wisconsing Pastors: Proverbs 3:5,6. JUANITA RUBY, Villa Park, Illinois: Music: Proverbs 3:5,6. GERALIJINE L. RUIIL, LeRoy, Michigan, Missionary: Philippians 3110: Moody Student, Prayer Band. CALVIN E. RUMLEY, Des Moines, .lowag Pastors: Isaiah 41:10. LOWELL Sauwnsns, Kansas City, Missouri: Pastors: John l4:21: Student Council, Moody Student, Arch Staff. LOUISE Sl-IURMAN, Lake City, Michigan: General Bible: Psalms 37:4-,5: Prayer Band. 49 DORIS SEAMAN, Cleveland, Ohiog Missionary: Psalms 62:53 Prayer Band. QIACQUELIM: Stmwnen, Grand Rapids, Mich- igan, Christian Education: Proverbs 3:5,6. linrrll SPITLER, Chicago. Illinois: M issionary- M usic: Psalms 46: 1. PATRICIA A. Srlzvusxsow, Kenya, Africa: General Music, Galalions 2:20, Student Council, Glee Cluh, Christian 'l'eaeher's Fellowship. GFIORCE R. STICII, Finleyville, Pennsylvania: Pastors, ll Corinthians 5:15, Prayer Band. PEGGY ANN Srmmm., Port Huron, Michigan Missionary-Bible: Galalions 2:20, Prayel Band. P.x'rnICt.x Tnussniwn, Bunker Hill, Illinois: General-Music, Psalms 27:44 Moody Student: Arch Staff. DORflTIlY WEBER, Edgerton, Ohio: Mission- ary: Proverbs 3:5,6: Prayer Band. Mus. RonE.n1' WVESl.EY, Brooklyn, New Yorkg Christian Education, C0lossionsl:l0 Arch Staff, Class Activity. Ronmvr WEs1.EY, Brooklyn, New Yorkg Pas- tors, Colossians l:l0: Prayer Band, Christian Education Cluh, Class Activity. JouN Wmws, St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada, Pastorsg 1 ,lohn 2: 17: Prayer Band, Class President. ' ARLENE W-IITA, Ashby, Massachusetts: Mis sionary-Christian Education: Ilebrews 12:2. Dono'1'uY W'lI'I'.-K, Ashhy, Massachusrxttsg Christian Educationg Philippians 1:20. Rlcnium ll. xvILSliN, Tempe, Arizonag Mis- sionary-Pastors: Philippians 1:61 Sllldenl Council. PE'rEn NOIITIISR, Grand Rapids, Michigan Pastorsg Romans 1:16, Prayer Band, Student Council. 50 F . 'ff-' I i j 4' A . If . X .7 -7 ' ' .. 1 , ,r'w'l.?.,5g:,- ,.,3., MM, , ' ""'-5W3.f-w f if'f'L 3 x - f Q . wx' 5 Ju"- ' 3.4 , .' .I-.-1 X5 I A:57'.. :L 'ft . ' !1 , .', 1-i A Q In iffflf. ll-L1E'x'T5,r 'M 2.-i ' 1 L- - r. 1:1 , , ,Ai- l 1 1"3gi72' Y in N. ,'x.!.' - ' JT- li F-2 . 95151-', , 5542 K W I . Nl- ,ejigvvlz 1 i- , a u 12,1 ' , X Yff eg-5, , :NS 97'-1" ' V l 5 F' -Q 1 I 5 A ' ,, IT' ,,i..---- Li-ni". ini SZV .lp f-1, -4' L bg ,.. 1, 1 7' mf' in ss ,, 4 A .' 3 1 ' , 2 Underclassmen QQIFQK ,g J' N Hui- I. ""'1' . ROW I: Ilurley Aclunismi, Sylvia Amlay, Carol Aliens, Phyllis Allen. ROW 2: Beverly Allison, Milton AIIIIIEFHOII, Alma T. Auyugi. Mrs. Slater takes the calls at Houghton Hall desk. Lewis Arla:-iluml. V7 ROXV I: Helly Asehnner. ,loc Allen Hailey, Nlury Bakalar, Allen Baker, ,Iutly Bakewcll, .Iames Baftista, Irving Barker, Nlillon Barker. ROW 2: Iiolnrrlu Barr, George Burnilt, Paul I urtholomew, Berniece Bass, Christine Barvillc, cone Baughman, Paul Baumgartcn, Marjorie Iieuni. xx , I . gli! I' J ,il 7,39 i I ,R I Q . ls ,.. I WI - J. sein fl , 14-- INWI' I Ilrnci Iii :lon I Inu r Bm son Nelda Beers, Charles Bennett, Bernila Bentle , Audrey Bigalk, Miriam Bixel, Beatrice Blackford. RONV Beverly ,I3Iuneyi Betty ilillusllo, M urlnwe Blough, Frances Boley, Marlene Iiloice, David Bollman, Keith Borgstrom, lllargaret Bowman. 53 Ji + TFP' ' - , ROW l: Elizabeth Brailer, Rulh Bringer, Malcolm Bradshaw, Rohert Bright. First lermcr reception-we've all been through il. ROW 2: Naomi Brown, Ida Buckley, .laniee Buick, Esther Bulza. ,K WV Q , V9 y l Ni Brel' ROW l: Merle Burdick, Constance Burford, Rebecca Burke, Charlotte Burrows, Dawn Bursma, Robert Cahn, Donalcl Campbell, Kenneth Carlson. ROW? 2: Gloria Carter, Nlulraine Carter, Russell Carter, Patricia Cartwright, Yfillnur Chapman, Barbara Chatham, Dale Claruo, Roy Cloninger. C 0 f ROW' l: Ralph Colburn, Vivian Coleman, Talitha Colwell, Lois Coo er, Philip Cory, Mary Cox, Virgil Crapp, Barclai Crouse. ROW 2: Vernon Cummings, Harvey Cyr, .lerry Datema, .lames Daviciison, Charlotte Davis, Darlinc Dean, M urjorie Dec 'er, Ruth Dedic. 54 li W 1 ROW l: Yvonne D1-lVlan, Ralph Demmin, C. Fred Dickuson, Nancy Dillin. ROW 2: Belly .lane Dilling, Rulph Dirksen, Carol Dodge, Muriel Houghton Hall Lounge.-a very popular place. Douglass. RONV l: 'l'helmu Dulmuge, 'l'homas Dunn, Ronald Durkel, Max Egan, Frances Eikenberry, ,loan Eimermann, Nlary Eldridge, John Feldman. ROW 2: Dori:-a Fell, Genevieve Fcrrill., David Findlay, llelen Finney, Alice Filzwilliam, Francis Filzwilliam., Robert Fletcher, Kenneth Freerkscn. X ,-, iii!! W vw! f ' v 691. 4, f . , fgfiitk , W ,Q JN il b N., ROW I: Myrtle Frishmulll, .lunel lc Fry, Rulh Fulkerson, Lelz1ndFulmer, Phillip Gammon, David Garlick, Ellis Gaston, Jeanette Geiseu. ROW 2: Charles Gerdes, Fred Gibbon, Leonard Gibson, Roberl Gibson, Veoloda Gilbert, Roberta Gillum, Marilyn Goodman, Loretta Graflon. 55 , F 1 fv- 4? ROVV 1: Marsliatlawn Grant, Marilyn Grotli, Rolnerl Gray, Stanley Cntieman. EWU Milton 511115 the library wllducive 10 Study- Row 2: iam: imc, Belly Hall, Min,-lin Hull, Davis liar.-ii. ' ' if t R 0' X 4 fi A ea L 1 I BQVV il: Vfarren Harmon, Marilyn Harrison, Beverly Hawkins, Granville Heard, Iiuehel Heffel, George Herrick, Marvin lliles, Shirley - 1 eman. ' ROW' 2: Evelyn Himsel, Doris Ho, Andrew Hopkins, Illatha Hopkins, Cordis Hopper., Edla Horton, Evelyn Houghton, Gene Howard. F"": ROW 1: Richard Howard Samuel Hsiao Kenneth Huber, Martha Huber., Norma Huber, Christina Iludnall, Cora Huffman, Robert ' ' s. ,,' Z' Vi w -1 . 1 l Hughes. i i I u V 1 ROW? 2: Geo. lil. Irwin, Kathryn Isbell, Ray Isbell, Lorraine Iversen, Harold Iversen, Ashton James, Jean Jackson, .lack Jager. Sr I l I , X., li f M an 'ROW li Allen Jewell, Belly jolnlson, Doreen Johnson, Gordon Johnson. ROW 2: Greta Johnson, .lanicc Jones., Josephine Jones, Juanita Vlfith care like this, why Jones. . isn, QQ! t Health Service always full? '+ ROW' I: SlllI'l15yJUfl0H,JUIIIIIIC Jordan, Lorna Kulili, Michael Kan., Carolyn Kchl, Wfendell Kemllilon, Barbara Kennedy, David Kepple. ROW 2: Mcllra Kern, George Kersling, Rosemary King, Eileen Kirkman., Elaine Knoedler, athryn Koeber, Mildred Koger, Jane Korpincn. v l w l 4 l i ROW I: 'l'l1eo4lorn Koyzis, Marjorie Krumku, Larry Krumka, Lavcrn Krolm, Maxine Kulp, Dale Kuutz, Joe Kurtright, Floyd Kurtz. ROW 2: Joyce Kusu, Philip S. Lacy, llowarcl Landes, Qlack Largenl, Charles Lawrence, Ernest Lee, Faye Leitch, Zella Leitch. 57 G , , I v gfu iv. l 1 Meallime-the best part of llie day. .Robert Pilley' ROW 2. Elma Limkemann, Robert Linder, Lewis Line, llarry Lilleral. QW: 'la' l . J v 'I X all ROW l: Verna Lilwiller, Clifford Lones, Sylvia Loop, Marian Lorenz, Delores Lolz., Rlllll Lolz, Vlfilma Love, lildwin Low. ROW' 2: Clennicc Ludden, Maxine Lundell, Georgia Lung, Marjorie MacMillan, ,lean Macllac, Louise McAuley, Benjamin McCrcw, Virginia hlclnues. I ROW' 1: Belt ' Mclntyre, Marilyn Mclvlnrlrey, Russel Mapes, Delores Mackey, Lewis Manning, Luke Markve, Richard Marsccau, Marilyn Malgieson. ROW 2: Carol Maxcy., 'Belly Mayhew, Elizabeth Meigs, Nlarjorie Millard, Andrey Miller., Helly ,l. Miller, David Miller, Fred Miller. 58 HOW 1: Vendclla Leland, Millicenl Liccardi, Agnes Liglilfool, GH! " , -if . , ij , . If I t .1 fx LOW l: Creela Miller, Louise Miller, l..yle Miller, Vernon liller. - . , - IOVV 2: Lorraine Mitchell., Marjorie Mitchell, Elizalselh Monger, A dormitory floor Pray er meeting' .loyd Montgomery. gb - - ..,., 1 0'- ? ROW' l: Belly Monlross., Gloria Moron, Virginia Moran, Donald Muchmore, Marion Neal, Alene Nelson, ,lean Nelson. Harold Nelson. ROW 2: C. Rnelnurcl Nelson, ,lullilll Newell, Charles Nichols, Lois Norman, Sybil Northrop, Eleanor Nnernberger, Elizabeth Nuernberger, Naomi Ogden. 'F' f ROXV l: james Urner, Melvinu Orl, Dale Owen, lilaine Owen, Robert Owen, Walden Owen, Marilyn Oyer, YV. D. Page. HOW 2: Palrieiu Parker, RIIHCITIZITJ' l'urmley, llicharml D. Peper, Phyllis Pepper, Amy Pellet, Charles Phillips., Gladys Phillips, Rollerl Pills. 'N 59 Osborne Hall-those lueky married students. lf X 'Q Q54 4- X ROYV I: ,lllllklllllll Poe-sllxuma, Harry ll. Powell, Tliclrna Pugh, Anita Pullen. ROW 2: Franklin Pullen, Nlillon Quigglc, Evelyn Q1 Ralston. ion, Margot l E K... RQW' l: David Rankin, Sarall Rankin, Donald erne Reeser, Allen Reeves., Nlillon Rcgier, Kathleen Reynolds, C. Howard Rice. ROW' 2: Vera Kennels, Bill Renncls, Raymond Rennels, Katherine Rice, Arnold Richardson, Lois llimer, Arnold Roberson, Edward Roberts. if .J ROW' 1: Virginia Rockwood, Emagene Rose, Ruth Rose, Anita Roth, Margarol Roth, Palsy Rowand, Lorelei Ruben, Bobbie Rucker. ROW' 2: Rex Sandiford, Anila Sasso, Beverly Saunders, Laurel Saunders, Nlorsey Saunders, lrma Sclraal, lndward Scliallcr, Ruth Scllcel. 60 c Y Lge sf x l iz' l. Lon- Scllrltlmr, .Iohn Selnmmur, Ruth bchjeveland, Schmidt V ' . - ' K - , Mail call-everyone for himself. lnrvlng Scorzu, Martha Seulnoll. Nolan Sears, Delores ' INWC' I: Barlmru Selden, Rhoda Sheelz, Carl SllClll'll0l'gCI', Lorraine Shriver, Anne Slmell, Carl Shumaker, Herbert Sierk, Donna Smith ROW' 2: Harriet Smith, Lowell Smith, Rolnerl Smith, Sheila Smith, Leroy Snapp, William Snell., Esther Spaulding, Herbert Spence. ' fo,-w.R::'Fi iz -i 'fy' - ' 5 'L , J X , 4 n f , V. ll, fi'- w Q ' ffiiii 5 ROW I: Loretta Spencer, Lola Spencer, Robert Spencer, Delores Sprnngcr, QI. Lynn Springer, Joyce Stack, Marlene Stadt, Robert Star- lrnrg. ROW' 2: Alberta Sluunffer, ,lucohSluulTer, Lorraine Sleeves, Ruth Steffen, Thomas Stevenson, Robert Stanger, JacobSloll, ShirleyStoppe. 61 f. TF'Ef""FV'T 'Q'-"' rin , , I iv, I5 . 'F 5. VV Q .. 5' l ri' RONV I: Jean Storms, Dennis Slralmeyer, Edith Suclermal Call off your numbers, boys. Mary Sullivan. ROW' 2: Nlaurinc Summar, Doris Sumner, Marvilyn Summy- Jean Swallen. RONV il: Carol Swanson, W'arren Swihart, Dona Thomas, Leona Thomcn, Norma Thompson, Quinton Thompson, Robert Titlswell, George Tocla. ROW' 2: Viola Toews, Mary Trail, Lucy Tripp, Harriet Troup, Robert Trylick, Doris UU, Russell Underwood, Ruth Unhekannl. S' QW-' ROW' 1: Joyce VamlerLcau, Ray Van Engcn, Lawrence Van Heerden, Blanche Van lloof, Irving Van Sync, llcrhert Varncy, llflary Lou Varncy, Denny Vean. . A H ROYV 2: Donald Volz, Walton Vlfalherg, Clifford NValch, George W'allier, Margaret Ware, Horace Watson, Ruth Weed, Marsha Weir. 11 I. bladvs. Wcitncr, David wl'Sllll0, XX allacc NX cslra, Alden . , .. M".iS .l. l " l : 'df'f ' . 2: llornllly W'llil1:, Ralph xvlllllf, Donald Wilillerly, lbs le 7ner a ways las red D In 0'mat'0" Nvilltlvr. 'kr .,,Qa3 Wu 1 lk- I l."4,xU tl - i , Q f.. HJ' . ,K Ma 'iflbwi ROW 1: M arcellu Wiens, Arlalinc xxiltfflilllll, Stephen Willard, Juliana Yvilliams, Georgia W'ilson, Carla Willliciss, Esther Nving, lrmgard W lf. RSWZ: Rosulla Wolf, .luclitll Wolters, llnris Wbrxrl, Mable Wray, Carolyn Vlfrigln, Norma Yarcho, Laverne Zahaalivsky, .lune Zanone. ROXV l: Nvilliam Zclinko, I. f - LaV0nnc Zimmerman. ROW !0HclI'l'l"': Zinzfff- Chuck Bennett and Don Campbell working late on ARCH Mu'J'9r'c Lilwl """"- pictures in the dark room. 63 .jf 'if Arloa Il. Twist For the child of God, death is the gateway to life. Arloa Twist,'devoted Christian, student ol' the Nloody Bible Institute, entered that gate with rejoicing. Her Lord, whom she loved best in Heaven, and her father, whom she loved best on earth, had gone before her. 64 tigggif ' .ilu illlrmnriam On April 6, 'l952, Arloa went to be with the Lord in her sleep. .lust belore retiring she learned the chorus, "M y home is in lleaven just waiting for me." In our midst, she was loved as a friend. respected as a student, honored as a Christian. We rejoice that Cod has taken her home to be with Himself. 1 ' ffhv 1 , IHJ l I 1 :gm .., L- I: X Z "'r.-gf -, tiger- I' J., 1,-V 1 yp,:1 1 , L, L xg." A F -u - VJ' . A' 7 7 - .fh 'Ve 'lN5TuTuf3E ilC3F 'SCIENCE fa Q . QQ 1 of lffoolffgfae aww xl E?-, a '- 5 BY 5 F! 'll 1, QE., 4 1 ' 11 1 I I f T: 1?m W '.g 4!f.'!, ' ,A Q 5. EMM ff? .tx in A , 5 I ll l , I 1 A' ' K raw!! "' . .H fy ' fir , ..--f--- ' N - fi 2' r- t 1 1' ' :: I .1 4 5 -- - . .. ,eg-'V , 'Vu' -ij. 125 . ..,,,,: , I -ng-:sf -' iyv- f-ffsggyv ' ,f-:wTw?7iT?f - if' " "-515-' lW.I S. films have been translated into many languages. Each film must be carefully edited before it is ready to be shown around the world. l Trained artists spend many hours over the titling and other art work. The development ol' a hobby into an international project is the story of MIS. Dr .Irwin A. Moon was a preacher inter- ested in science and he found that there is a close relationship between the Bible and science. When he found that this relationship could be dramatically dem- onstrated, he recorded them on color film. Realizing the tremendous possi- bilities of 'these scientific sermons, the Nloody Bible Institute 'took the project into its ministry. In a short time MIS was born and has now become well ood ln titute U! The animation machine was a product of M.l.S. itself. 5, known as the souree ol' outstanding gospel-science films. There are now five excellent. color films in use. "Cod of Creation" explains the marvels ol' astronomy. Contrary to heliel' that there is no sounrl under the sea, "Voice ol' the Deep" reveals that fish have a language ol' their own. "God of the Alfllllv is a startlingly flifferent approaeh to the atomir' bomb problem. Equally effective in presenting the wonders ol' nature are "Dust or Destiny" and eellifltltfll Treasures". Pholographing a snowflake. of Selenee llr. Moon at work on film photography. 67 Did you every try to "shoot" a sea lion? 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W, -fx GL A 'ik W oody Chorale Under Mr. Hus'tad's inspiring direction, the Moody Chorale plays a very important part in preparing stu- dents for the ministry of sacred music. lVIuch valuable experience is received through singing the best sacred choral literature in near-by churches, at commencement programs, and during the Founder's Week Conference. Forty-five Chorale members now make 'two tours an- nually. Following the January Commencement, they gave twenty-one concerts during a seventeen day trip through the Southeastern states. The spring recess again allowed the Chorale to go out on the road for a ten day tour of the midwest. These 'tours also provide an ex- cellent opportunity for participation in small ensembles, solo work, and personal witness in private homes. Young people are challenged to Christian service. Young and old alike are shown the lnstitutc's dependance upon the prayer and financial support ol' God's people. It is anticipated that during the summer vacation months the Choralaires, directed by Mr. Hulin, will tour extensively to represent the school in a ministry of music. Plans also are being made for this ensemble to accept numerous engagements apart from the Chorale concerts. Although the Chorale gives training, experience and times of good Christian ,fun and fellowship., its main purpose of 'telling the gospel story in song is being ac- complished according 'to God's will and through His grace. The eighty voice Moody Chorale sings under the direction of Donald P. Hustad. ...-..-f ,f-A . ,IQY AV Swv, we Q 1 M, m.. P Hi' 4 .3 W .Q if M? A ' A' ' o - 1vG'3sf?fgf' AJ , ' X XA gyluifgii M ' 'iwuug'1:i:r-I: , W X i i 'A "M I ' 1 5- W , 5 F vi, "', A "" I F 71 - X 1 - xii QM,-i :f,L "9-ii 'f K ff f 'jf , M Q - A lf' 0 , ' V. 'H 1.2 -4-'K ""' 1 :L ' . ' , . ' 4 ..,. fx X 2 .!':-w-- ' - ' , V it , V Q fl, i RQ.. :EL 5 Q , . I w ' 'Y www , "-1' ' ' ' A , . 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New electives such as Choral Liter- ature, Recent Discoveries in Archaeology, and Current Trends in Theology enrich the basic re- quirements for students in any branch. In addition to a promotional program over WMB1, two Gospel Teams present the message ol' salvation and advantages of attending evening classes to churches and other organizations in the Chicago area. Evening School students often bring with them stories of interest. One young couple, a doctor and his wife, who have served the Lord in Africa, attended classes 'while i11 this country for three years of special medical training in a Chicago hos- pital. They testify as to how their Evening School studies bridged the gap in their Christian exper- ience and teaching. Evening School continues to be an important phase of the Moody Bible Insti'tute's ministry of training men and women for Christian service. Miss Jackson counsels a student during registration. The schedules must he typed. 77 Evening chool Relaxation in the l58 Social Room. - N ' '4r- V sl ' w -1 I if 2 78 An Evening School Promotion gospel team and their advisor, Mr. Smith. Weekly reports in Evening School, loo! ack and Ed dislrihulc lhc exams unrl other papers. HMS u seg 79 Q Y E rx iii 4? r" '4 fr' I, J Y 144' gf I. ,f r fix? QSC?-'-..,., - -- , . .. I K bp , l .S u' 3 ..:f:TX w. wr. . . V , r Nw 1 A lu I '-'Q-4 1 L v -Wx -Q .u lx! xv 'ffl 2' 'iz A. IL if-:RUHCA gzwgge. ". " ' 'fi' fifffnlfa 1' ,- V 51' 4 -PSY! ' " ' .ffL'fflL?5" ' - - Q f 'LE f "' , - 'f " " IFJ". A ,, AA LJ K 'wa . ,R , qw h. 2, 1' ' 1 4 E ' ' ' :vw ' V I M LM 1 'nf '. rf" ' X . y 'N V4 5? it 2 NX Y II- , T 1,49 Mig! 1 . ,f , ' fvmbqmii' .V . A-p"1e'1? Y, 43 4 - V .'v +: ff 1 4 f ., " J . 'iff ' 7 , . " ' 1 W' - Fil' 3, - " n XY , -5 g fa, '11, JL 1 .f V ' I x .vt V W inf-f'?-- I ' ,A lnzmgif ' ,W - 1 'Wig 1 , 5 l ' . -:e'ff-Af"-'1 'H "-'.lQ.'- , " -. 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This was done by reaching a circulation ol' approximately 3000 copies to day and evening school students and by increasing advertising sales. A column telling of the leading ol' the Lord in bring- ing faculty members to the Institute has aroused the interest ofthe students, as well a new column called, "What Do You Say?"., which prints contributions from the student body. Once again the MOODY STUDENT won first class Associate Collegiate Press rating in com- petition with collegc-level papers. Editor Fred Dickason attributes the paper's success to the noon prayer meetings held each day! "God knows our needs, and meets them allf, TIIE 'BUSINESS STAFF Seated, left to right: Shirley Scils, Secrctaryg YVcndcll Kcmpton, Seated, left to right: Frances Harms, Secretaryg Thelma Dulmage, Ass't Circulation Mgr-9 .lilflli Largent, Advertisiilgulwgr. I Layout Editorg Fred Dickason, Editor-in-chief. Stamling., left to right: David Garhclf, Circulation Nlgr.g :lim Kemp, Sllllldlll , left to right: Bob Pitts, News Editorg Harold Street, Sports Acting' Advertising Mgr.gqRalph Dirksen, Ass t Advertising Mgr.g Fditorgiowell Saunders, Feature Editor. Dale Clarno, BUSIHCSS Mgr- : .I 1-'ru ' ,, N' I" Q , ', 4 H ' - l , , t Lf fi 4 3 S+ The Editor, Frvd Dickenson, confc-rs with the staff faculty advisor, Dr. Luck. RICl'0li'l'ERS-Svalcal, left to right: Hilda Lynn, lllarcia Phelps, Lois. Rimer, Norma Newton, Copy Editor, Rhoda Sheelz, Nl arllm Ann l lopkins. Slfuuling, left ln right: Violu Toews, Marion Neal, Boll Linder, Bob Bright, Barclay Crouse, Nlartlla Huber, Veolada Gilbert. W, lv i l E Q ii Q13 The Missionary Union aim is to keep before 'the stu- E L pg' K,--fine' dents the burden of prayer and the need of foreign mis- sions cven more than it has before. During Emphasis Weizk, the faculty presented mes- sages that stressed tl1e preparation here for the com- mission: "Ye shall be witnesses" in the various foreign v as fields, wherever the Lord leads the student. Fifty per cent of the student liody are members of the Nlissionary Union. This year, through Missionary Union collections, the students gave 511,000 for mis- sionary causes. There are many deputation meetings held in the Chicago-area churches during the semester. This gives the students an opportunity for experience in testifying., preaching, playing musical instruments, and singing under the direction of the lloly Spirit to present the need of giving and the work of preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ 'throughout the world. Mr. Cook is the faculty advisor for MissionaryUnion. arf! g? 0 OFFICERS-Stamling, left to right: Nlerlin Inniger, Deputation Direclorg Gerald Gooden, Treasurerg Rex Sandi- ford, Museum Directorg Clint Manning, Prayer Band Directorg Leland Fullmcr, Publicity Directorg .lames Davidson, Ass'l Treasurer. Seated: left to right: Joy McClunc, Museum Secrelaryg Marjorie Mitchell., Depulation Secretary: Bob Hughes, Presidentg Betty Nlclnlyre, Secrelaryg Ruth Arvidson, Vice-President. 86 issionary Union Prayer Band Dircclor Clilll Manning rnccls with his stuff Prayer posters scrvc as sludcnl reminders. President Harold Street plans a school outing with assistants 'Betty Dilling, 'Kunco lno, Edward Colson, Donna Montagtlc, Charlotte Davis, lllartha Huber, and AlCI1rislianson. Recreational lulo "Sit down!" "Quit rocking the boat!" Many such remarks were heard at our boating party at the opening of school. Hilarious picnics, gala parties, and the best in musical entertainment provide variety in the pro- grams that our Rec Club sponsors each month. Each student looks forward to these 'times ol' relaxation and 88 CIllC0l'l,2lll1I1lCI1lI., for there is nothing so relrcsliing as some good Wholesome fun. These happy times also afford an opportunity 'to get acquainted with one another. The life ol' a Christian should, he a ,Imlam-ed one, anrl the Rec Club makes our personalities better rounded for service for our lVlas'ter. MBI PICNIC ,f, 912: Miss Van Buren, fncully advisor, approves Bclly's poslur. Trying lo polish the Christmas apple, John? Fun al thc Fourth of July picnic The Arch THE EDITORS: Seated, left to right: Arlene Young, Secretaryg Betty Dilling, Lay- out, Pat Truesdalc, Copyg Emma Wesley, Art. Standing, left to right: Don Campbell, Photography, Ed Osterwind, Editor-in-Chiefg Chuck Bennett, Photography. Alot Pictured: Gene Howard, Sports. Ed signs the contract for printing and engraving. THE STAFF ASSISTANTS: Seated, left to right: Twilla Laurer, Jeanette Fry, Vivian Oslund, Clarrisa Nelson, Thelma Dulmage. Slllllllillg, left to right: Larry Kreighbaum, Murjory Decker, Dennis Slratmeyer. 90 Having chosen "Preparation" as the 'theme of the 1952 ARCH, a staff of twenty-'three members began during the summer of 1951 to plan and pray for a book that would bring glory to the Lord. Under Ed 0sterwind's able direction sev- eral new methods of lay-out and copy writing were incorporated into the pro- duction of the annual. Students in the Institu'te's Technical course did much of the photography in this year's book. X . x pi t ttf' Tl I E B US I N ESS STAFF: Left to right: Milton Regier, Advertising Mgng Charles Vilickman, Circulation Mgr.g Martha Sealvolt, Secretaryg Barclay Crouse, Treasurcrg Lowell Saunders, Business Mgr. The cooperation ol' this department and the friendly eounsel ol' Miss Darling, Mr. Lcssel, Mr. Kline, and Mr. Paney has aided immeasurahly t.o the preparation of 'the hook. Although compiling the ARCH re- quired long hours ol' labor, it was excit- ing and much fun. Above all, this work provided another opportunity for valu- able experience needed in preparing lor Christian service. STAFF ADVISORS: . Miss Darling, facultyg Mr. Lesscl, technicalg lVIr. Kline, business M r. Paney, photography. To the boys in the Tech course goes much of the credit for the pictures in Arch. They are, in the first year: Paul Bartholomew George French Ray Isbell David Kepple Larry Kreighbaum Eldon Larsen Arnold Newman Norman Posepanko Bob Rich Don Stout. Leland Sprunger Dirk Van Dam In the second year James Baptista Ray Chalberg .l ack Howell Arthur Mclntosh Paul Phillipi Carl Sheneberger David Yvestine tudent ouncil lm, 1: 1 I ? President Belly Crocker meets with Student Council mcnmbcre-1. Houghton Hall's second floor lounge was the scene of the "Big Sister Tea." ' f ':""fi5i'l if fi 1 "' elf" tw - ,r.,, ' ,wu- 92 mi WOM l'1N'S COUNCIL MEMBERS l'll'0Ill a small beginning seven years ago. Student Couneil has become a vital part ol' student life. At the present time it Consists ol' representatives chosen by the students of each floor ol' all the dormitories. ln addition, Houghton l'lall girls elect four student assistants who very eapably help to maintain the wholesome living among its residents. The "big sister" program, Stunt night, and Field 'Day are projects ol' the Womenis Counr-il. Both groups are endorsed and aeknowledged by the Deans, olliees and are the connecting link between the student body and the sehool's administration. Men's student council officers: Left to right: Melton Coleman, Harry Taylor Bob Cahn, Luke Markve. MEN'S COUNCIL MEMBERS Jeanette Anderson Alma Ao 'agi .lean Barlier 'Barbara Chatham Thelma Coleman June lJeVries Jean Dirkse 'Betty Vlflflgltf Naomi Foster .loane Goode Lorraine Hansen Frances llarmes Vllanda llochstetle Vivian llolly lislher llurley ,Ioan .lordan I' Margaret Laidlaw Garnet LeVeVan .M arilvn MCM urtrev Betty Mclntyre ' .lean McRae Elizabeth Meigs LaVerne Meznar Clarise Nelson Naomi Ogden Wiuifred Pugh Vera Reynolds Marjorie Rowland .lean Swallen Gladys Wlbilner Dorothy White lislher Wing Milton Barker Bob Cahn Melton Coleman Ellis Gaston Gerald Gooden Joe Kirkwright .lack Largent Clint Manning Luke Markve Loren McCall Vernon Miller Bob Rich Millard Sall Rex Sandiford Carl Schreyer Bill Snell 'Tom Stevenson Harry Taylor Carrol VanAnda Robert Wills Bolt Cahn leads one ofthe meetings ol' the men's student council in their new oflice in the 153 building. Christian Nurses' Fellowship Witli an emphasis on prayer and service, the primary purpose of the Christian Nurses Fellow- ship is to benefit nurses and those interested in the profession. Gospel and deputation teams present the chal- lenge of Christian living and full time service to other nurses. This organization also provides the very profitable opportunity for nurses to share their professional problems and experiences as students at MBI. 4:33 'tm 'EJ' Angelyn G. ljH.l'lllll'IlId.,AlllViSClf,Cl'lFlSllZiH Nurses Fellowship, Christian 'I'eachers Fellowship. OFFICERS, left to right: ,lim Spence, Vice-President Garnet LeVan, Secretary Elfrieda Pruitt, President OFFICERS left to riffht Lois Rimer, 'Publicity Chairman Vivian Hollv President Ruth Revnolds Viet Presideni Ruth Bennet Secretary i 7"x hir 'NFA if t F. 1 5 vp s .:. " ' . 1 X ' '- -4 , L - ,r. 4 f X l, f , f , X t' , The Moody nurses and their advisor, Miss Dantuma. Christian Teachers' Fellowship Since its beginning in .November 195l, the pur- pose ofthe CTF has been to awaken and maintain interest in the 'teaching field as a part ol' Christian ministry. Now consisting of fourteen members the fellowship welcomes any one interested to attend future meetings. Christian Education Club Assisting in the preparation of Moody liible Institute students is the Christian liducation Club. Its monthly meetings provide valuable information about new and more efficient methods for teaching and directing youth programs. Last year the club began work on files. One is for llannelgraph and object lesson material, and the other is a model Christian lid file which guides students in setting up files ol' their own. Woi'k on this projevt is being continued, and it is hoped that many will avail themselves ol' this service. Under Mr. GHl'IlCI',E guidance., the Club's goal is to interest students in the important ministry ol' Christian Education. 'ref' Mr. Garner, faculty advisor OFFICERS, left to right: Bill Rennels, Vice-President Don Aubrey, Treasurerg Bob Wesley, President, Gladvs Phillips., Reporlerg Marjorie Rowland, Secretary. John Wlicns as he plays the leading part in a Christmas program put on by Christian Ed. club. Midget Magic Al Smith, President Herbert Lockyer, Jr. Executive Sccrelary lulnni ASSOCiati0n A G. y..k1.., ..g......... of 1917 .i...... M.. The year 1951 has been one of increased activity for the sixth-Hoor offices of the Alumni Association. Under Mr. Lockyer's direction, the capable staff acknowledged 11,000 gifts, handled publicity for 42 rallies, and prepared the bi-monthly Alumni News for 33,000 former and present students. Contacts with churches and other groups resulted in the Lockyer some Korean Money . placing ol' Alumni into permanent places of Christiar service. The Placement Bureau's newest project is a pastoral pulpit exchange program. All this increased activity has resulted in the develop- ment ol' Alumni interest among students, and we praise God for the Associratioifs part in our preparation fo God's service. Dr. and Mrs. Culberson enjoy the speakefs lable fellowship al the February, 1952, Alumni Banqucl. eq. ' -' --Q 'W 4' 96 17 5 U 87,54 4 W 11' l., Radio Club OFFICERS Scalvrl: Leo Lance, Presitlolll. Standing, left lo righlz Hon Campbell, Devotional Chairmang Chuch Bennett, Vice-President: Carl Sllerlvliergtrr, Secretary. The purpose ol' the Radio Club, now in its second year, is to provifle an opportunity for all students inter- estcxl in becoming lieensetl operators l.o have an active part in operating an amateur station. Its objective is to get in 'loueh with Christian "l1am,, operators all over the United States, and then establish Contact with foreign mission liolcls. The lnstitute's two fn! nf amateur stations are WQLLW' and WQNNP. Durmg the Founcleris Wfeek Conference, they sent approx imately 250 ratliograms to persons i11 the United States and her possessions as a courtesy to guests. The club will soon operate from the new headqual ters in the 153 building. The clulfs The "Ham Shack". faculty advisor, lWr. Strout. HUHVHIES .I-JB ya-su ww Homeeomin George Speake presents a "Sermon From Science." Class reunions on the afternoon of June 22, 1951 began the fourth annual Homecoming activities. Tours of the Institute and Wootltlale Airport were conducted and later a large crowd gathered on LaSalle Street to witness 'the laying of the Houghton llall cornerstone. Six hundred alumni attended a special banquet held in the school dining room. Following the dinner, the first Thomas S. Smith trophy was presented to Dr. P. B. Fitzwater of the faculty, and the senior class was officially welcomed into the alumni fellowship. In the evening, alumni, students., and donors gathered in Torrey-Gray auditorium to view the "Sermons from Science." This program was given in Chicago lor the first time by .Keith Hargett and George Speake, of the Nfoody Institute of Science. Future homeeomings will coincide with the June com- mencement in order to give Moody Alumni opportunity to renew acquaintances and again enjoy Nl HI activity. Dr. Fitzwater receives trophy from Alumni President Al Smith. Ur. Culbertson addresses the group. Cf? 7036 r .lLlUlI X HW x-0.1 jf gf I VIWIVUW Mrs. Houghton climaxes the ceremonies by laying the corner stone. Don Huslzul leads llnw Chorale in sinffinf "Summa in lhc Ni ln". A larffe crowd views the xroccedinvs from the slrccl D L T2 . F7 I D 101 Founder 9 Week Many of the 55,000 people who attended the 46th Annual F ounders' Week Conference expressed the opinion that it was the best they had experienced. From the open- ing message by Dr. Culberson at the theme "Hope for the Hopeless" to the concluding session with Dr. Bob Jones, Sr., it was evident that God"s Spirit was moving upon the conference in answer to earnest prayer. On Monday night, 3000 came to hear "Wo1'd of Life" director ,lack Wiyrtzen. Souls were saved from the first night and throughout the week. The largest audience to attend a single session was on Missionary Night, when 4,200 heard Dr. Harold .l. Ocken- ga speak on the subject "On Fire, but not Consumed." It was during this service that many young people publically declared for the first time their response to God's call to be missionaries. Dr. Codcr's prayer of dedication was for these as well as the hundreds of others who previously had made this decision. The Promotion Department reported that 1,286 persons attended the 84 conducted tours through the Institute. The Moody Institute ol' Science films were shown twice each day in the Alumni Auditorium throughout the week. Nlr. Philip Newell, Dean ol' Student Affairs, stated that "There was a new concept of the real meaning of prayer and a very definite blessing was experienced by those who met after each evening meeting for prayerf' There can be no doubt that we experienced a genuine season of refresh- ing from the presence ol' the Lord llimself. Moody Church Auditorium was well filled each night. 102 1 ,,.,-n WS ' uri, -. - X M5571 ' My ' ea- 31 'ff v"' . Y Q, ' x it rf ,533 n . 1 lx ,L I -f ww 1 ,x H i!'x : lrcsses the Al , .Q I' 4" 7 , P 4 nl 1. I In . .. ' ...aw 'fl 5 .-., . 's . H., J, , ' ' 'ul' :NJ - ".'-gg 'j.' -fl! tudent Placement Office dnl! -Q X ff' 'llf wx " X. -12.5 N' Q W 1 , XA ,I , 1-ff N X FQ A f .. V' -ll Miss ,lulia Carmichael handles the employment. problems for women students. Nlr. Sherwood, in charge of student placement, assists the men in finding jobs. Do you need a job? Well girls, il' you like to wait on tables, can type, lake dictation, or file, Miss Carmichael has a place for you. And fellas, Mr. Sherwood certainly has a variety ol' things for you to do. Offices, factories, restaurants, and many other business establishments have found Moody Bible Institute students to be capable and dependable. .Because of this, the ma- jority of the student hotly who find it necessary to earn part of school expenses can look to the Student Place- ment Bureau for help and counsel. After a person has been placed in a suitable position, this department also endeavors 'to check at intervals 'to see that satisfactory relations are maintained lor students and employers alike. ,lim Lowdcr has come up in this world via window washing. ri, x ' 1 115:-'ffifffiv ' xiii ."f"ff.lL,. H it-.""f ' l Meclianically minded Paul Lewis operates a garage. - TOP: The Institute Mailing Room employs several students BOTTOM: Norman Posepauko works at a television repair shop Practical Chri tian Work Mr. James Harrison, director of the Practical Christian YVork Department The entrance of God's Yvord giveth liffht U s-ds' as 106 as any was s suis 5j,.. i.. Miss Helen Renlschler, assistant to Mr. Harrison Since the .founding ol' the institute by D. L. Moody, experience in Christian work has played a very important part in student preparation. ,Each student is given an average of two practical work assignments a week. The summer months give opportunity for outdoor child evan- gelism and. street meetings. During the winter, many groups go to rescue missions, where they may he in com- plete charge of the service or only assist by providing musical numbers and giving personal testimony. With the express purpose of winning souls 'to Christ, students participate in house-to-house and hospital visita- tion. The practical Christian work program also includes club work, and 'teaching Sunday School and child evan- gelism classes. Those who havemusical talent find places of ministry as soloists, choir directors and organists in Chicago area churches. Practical Christian work not only trains the students, but also presents a constant reminder of the tremendous need of a lost world. A challenge to more consecrated living, as well as great blessing is experienced by all who are preparing 'themselves for Christ7s service through Practical Christian work. ,,,, .QQ s.x -'vu--1 ...--.- ' ' "'ur 1- 1 'l'0l': llurolal Slrccfs class loves lo sing! 1 - r 5 H01 TOM: llu- gospel in song nl a rescue. II'llSSl0l'l. 43- X lx, Xl ll" Personal witness on the slreel 'l'l1isl10y's club finds model airplane making L0 be lols of fun 107 'l'llcr-ac rauliunl faces signify receptive hcarls TOP: Doris Ull brings cheer lo a shul-in. BOTTOM: Bible leaching will help lo mold these young lives. Youth meetings and church services are a part of this quurlefs ministry. H 1 + l lid Colson receives volleyball trophy from Coach Nelson. fs P' . xl J P011 During the past year a greater emphasis has been placed upon sports because of the fine spirit ol' competition and real skill clis- played by its participants. The intramural program consists of volleyball, badmin ton, basketball and table tennis. Since the coming of Coach Morris Nelson to the Institute in 1947, the interest in athletics has increased to the point that there are now ten organized basketball teams. Annual volleyball, table tennis and badminton championship contests attract the entire student body and provirle a wholesome way to spend leisure time. ' 109 Moody Cagers, left to right: ROW1: Don Phillips, George Nvalker, Larry Griffith, George Barnitl. ROYV 2: John Schimmer, Stan Ballard, Wendy Kenton. Basketball Moody varsity games have been limited the past few years to the annual games with Wheaton and the Lawson YMCA. Former contests with seminaries in the Chicago area have been discontinued, since they have gone into league play with each other. However, the number of intramural contests has greatly in- creased. There are now ten separate teams, and games are played in the Institute gymnasium lout' nights a week. During the season, all ten teams play each other at least once. Enthusiasm among the student body is exceptionally good. Games are well attended and 'there is a Hue spirit of competition among both players and spectators. Wilma HO! that one? 110 Bob Cahn sinks one. Reach! I v-Q M V .1 fx , it 122233-2 wr 'rf v 15, ' if 23? Wa 5 , Wi? M E ii X2 1 -A ff W 9 1: ,, ?2 A 'Q ' 'mf 9 A 4 W 5. , V QD Q2 11 4 . Ilqlz ,I , V, fl fl , I , 1 , - A l 1 I 2 . .17 L ,-... . , v 243 Qu 9 1 1 l , EJZIEY ii" X n A t N ' T431 ,. 'Af 4' Q.: ,' ,, V t, ll EEE' 11. Football Badminton Did il go over, Lawrence' Gene Howard comes lhrough Al passes a long one These Moody-iles look excited. Preparing for the "pin,'. The Gideons, left to right: George Barnilt, Luke Nlarkve, Howard Rice, Ed Colson, Stan Gudeman, Harold Street, Elwin Colson, Bernard DeBar, Kaneo Ino, Harley Adamson. -ud..k . gil" All O0 d Wheaton ,wi - iht ig- ilps K I 8.46.- Wg, Af a ' fwzzza..-.aaL.4. l ' ' 'WM F' F I., .,4 . w A 1 ' 4 1 . -5 4 M -J? ' gi I . V- ' ' A ,' f ' -I I A A I J, 5 'ra Y O ,Q .Ll I Y ,ff 1? I .,,,,2 - " . ff 'f' ' . V '-.f 'QYQN W X VA Z l 1 ,A 2 f ff. .. 5 X W ,J - " 'I 1.1 1 1. 4 1 15' ' MK f- Y ' ' r ' , , ',- 11' 1 , 3 . m imi. . . w ' - . 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'if ,if"f-ix' iii. if J' :Sv ff'i7Q."i1'5."f-vKY:.f'g".:" 3' -5.1522 I G K-1 .Liu 'f"w I2 1' ' H' '1i,f"59"12: il- 'il ' e la . v3-4is"7wf.- -if . 1 v r V- ' 5fa"?-1 'i'f.'gj .pf dx 2' ,ybgriug ' - '-Q if 'ff iff 1" 'iffy wE'?wf,.,'3,g.x ' -274, 122- 4 , X 'I gg ,3 A' -SA 1' ,M-.Q jig' v vm, gyfmg- , , Of course you weren't around at the time, but in 1886 .. the great evangelist founded a school for young people like you-young people who wanted training for soul- winning Christian service, but didn't have a bulging bank account. No tuition was to be charged at his school, Mr. Moody said, and through the years no tuition has ever been charged at MBI. To see what a sizeable savings this has been for you, find out what any institution of higher learning charges for tuition. We know you're grateful to the Institute friends who-sometimes at great sacrifice-have made your tuition-free training possible. Now you can show your appreciation by enabling other consecrated young people to train at Moody. Perhaps you can never give as liberally as you wish, but 'i . . - l remember-small cash contrlbutlons are a very necessary part ' -, ll . . . r i ai 'Ll of the Instltute income. So give as you are able, and pray M f' ,, 0 " , for Moody-trained men and women, as they show forth , l -I I Him who is light to a dark and sin-sick world. :jim N . ll lf ' lie. 1 'llflll 1 U I I ll L g,..l lll 3 Xt llll gg . ,, ... ..., .,, ...,, , e .. ,, NNN. ,lil l L xagfw, W 'Y V ' ', ",1Q r. . :-: atgw .p f u . .t Qgy tw i"" 'III' 5' 1- he .eJ'v5. Q ff- ' 2 I -""" . ,V :l e if -.'4"'1: 1-bfi! . : Ph ' ' 5' Ziyi, 1 . 1 95' 1 Q: avg, in:-rg 91 3,5 5, -.J 1145- lg. .cz S .3 P i lava aagfgezpivgky.l,f.2,'S!5f,'f4fr' fa-F3122 s:e,Sa4n?g:Qfif ew ' ff usb- 1. it --ar 'E bf: ,a-- N' X, , ,M K A ' - 1t'f"4Gf? 'Y H K9 "i"l2+ "f," .M ,.. 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Marvel C., Nortlnuubcrland, Pa. Baughman, Leone I,.., Plainlieltl, is. . .. Bnughnutu. Willis Ii.. Cicero, Ill. ....,.. . . Bauman, Robert Il.. Stuttgart, Ark. ....... . Baumann, Jolm D.. Arlington Ileights, lll. Baumgarten, Paul ll.. Mineral I'oint, Wis. Ilaumgartner, Carol M., Franklin Park, lll. Ilawden, June I... Sheboygan l"alIs, Wis. . Bayne. Luetta M.. Stapleton. Neb. ..... . Beam. Marjorie A., Dayton. Ohlo ..... Beam, llichard J.. Muskogee, Okla. ,. . . Beaman. Esther ll., New Franklin, Mo. . Beaton, Bruce, Casper, Wyoming ..... Becker, Jane I'i.. Lancaster. Pa. ,,... . Bee. Darlene L.. 'l'aeon1a. Wash. ..... . Bclne. Patricia A.. Morrill. Nels. .... . . Beecher, Norman L., Culver City, Caliv. Beers, Nelda J., Lapeer, Mich. ....... . Beers, Nora. Sidcll, III. ............ . Beeson, Elmer Il.. Alexandria, Ind. .. . . . . . Bennett, Charles, Kcego Ilarbor, Mich. . . . Bennett. lluth D.. Dunnvillc. Ont., Canada Bently. llernita M.. Mlllersburtz. Mich. . . . . Berk. Ilarnld W.. Illisslield, Mich. ...... . Betts. Donald ll.. Corning. N. Y. . . .. Bierbaum. Mary Lou. Litchlield, Ill. Bigalk, Attdrey M., Cresuo, Iowa .... Bigart. Viotorecn, Ilonesdale, Pa. . Biggs, Betty IC., St. Louis, Mo. . Bilhoru. Jas. ll.. Chicago. lll. .... Bird, Wildu I... Clendenin. W. Va. Bittner, Naoma Y., Coloma. Mich. . . Bixel, Miriam A., Bluffton, Ohio ... Bixby. Merrill J.. Ashtabula, Ohio . Blackl Peter C., DcsMoincs, Iowa . . . Blackford, Beatrice I... Clticago, lll. . Blancy. llcverly L.. Canton. I'a. ,... Blttsko. Betty M.. Lawton, Mich. .. Bloom. Leona 'l'.. Trenton, N. J. ..... . Bloontquist, David, Ironwood, Mich. . Blougb. Il. Marlowe. JUIICH. Mllfll- Bobby, Albert li., Arlington, Va. ..., . Iloda, Bose M., Buffalo. N. Y. ...... . Boland. ,lcanettc M., Muscatine, Iowa . Bolcy, I"rauecs O.. Kahokn, Missouri . . . Bollmau. David If.. Amboy, lll. ........ .. Bolthouse, Ilowartl I'., Muskegon, Mich. . . Bonsall. Dean A., Grampian, l'a. ..... . Borgstrom, Keith K., Salina, Kan ..... . Borluan. I'iugeno 'I'., I'itlslulrgh, I'a. . . . tudent 53.114-,116 ....ml-1 ,....53 ....,O0 .....45 ..,53 ...29 ...45 ...45 ...S3 ...45 ...45 ...00 ...00 ...00 ...00 ,.,36 ...Sli ...OO .,......00 ....45.86,ll5 .....45,5l,96 ...36 ...53 ...00 ...S3 ...OO ...00 .....0O ,...1lO ...OO ...fl-5 53 ....53,75,IlO,lI4 ....,..,..,,.00 ...53 .....29 .,.53.75 .....00 ...00 ......00 ...53,80 .....29 ...-I-5 ,,.00 ...Sli ...00 ...00 ...53 ...OO .,...3G ......Sli ...fl-5,71 ..,..53 ...OO ...00 ...53 ..,.25, 53. 63, 90. 97 9-t ,....5:l ,....OO ...OO ,....29 .....00 .....00 ....ll6 .....00 ....,.36 ..,..4-5.53 .....45 .....00 .....53 .....53 .....00 .....-15 .....O0 , .... 36 ,....36 ....OO ...,53 ....OO .....OO ..,.53 ....OO Index Borth, Richard D., Brighton, Colo. ....... . Bower, Barbara E., Fort Smith, Ark. ...,.. . Bowman. Margaret P.. Guelpy. Ont.. Canada . . Brader, Elizabeth J.. llfladison, Wis. ...... . . Bradshaw. Malcolm R., Laurel, Va. . . . Brannan. Jean, Cheyenne, Wyoming .... Brassington, Joyce, Painsville, Ohio . . . Brickner, llarold S., Detroit. Mich. . . Briggs, Glenn A., Shelby, Ohio. ...... . Bright, Robert Il.. Cedar Lake, Ind. . . Bringcr, Ruth F., Muscatine, Iowa . . . Brogdr nn. Jim. Chicago, lll. ...... . Brown, B, Marvis, Chicago, Ill. . . . . . . Brown. Naomi R.. South Bend, Ind. . . . . Brown, Nelious B., Narrorsburg. N. Y. . . Brown , Sam, Bayside, N. Y. ........ . Brown. Spencer Il., Chicago, Ill. .... . Brown ing- June Il.. Northfield, Mass. . . , Bruhaekcr, Glen M., Ontario, Canada .,... Brulnbnugh, Doris NI., Carrettsville, Ohio . Bryson. Edgar, Paterson, N. J. ......... . Buckley, ltla. Muscatine. Iowa ........ Buick, Bulza, Janice L., Souderton, Pa. . . . . . . . . Esther llfl., Gary, Ind. ............ . Burdick. Merle W., Binghalnpton. N. Y. . . . Burford, Constance J.l Indianapolis, Ind. . . . Burke, Rebecca II., Naples, N. Y. ...... . Burrows, Charlotte L., Milford. Mich. .... . Bursma. Dawn Jeat-1, Grand Rapids, Mich. . . Busse. Mildred K., Klemme, Iowa ........ . Buytendorp, Louis J., Kalamazoo, Mich. '. , . CI Cadnmn, Fredrick D.l Perrysville. Ind. . . . . Cahn. Robert W., Northumberland, Pa. . . Cairns, 'l'homas C., Hafnmund, Ind. I .... Caldwell. Jldson ., Auffalo. Pa. ..... Callaway, Everett F.. Paris, Ill. ..... .. Campbell, Audrey C., Quincy. Mass. . . . . Campbell, Donald E., South Bend, Ind. . . . Canarly, Jack E., Tallmztdge, Ohio ......... Carlson, Kenneth W.. Bridgelsort, Conn.I . . . Carlson, Robert J.. Worcester, Mass. . . . Carroll. Nancy A., Chicago. Ill. ..... . Carter, Gloria Il., White Pigeon. Mich .... Carter, Mulraine G.. llflilo. Maine ..... Carter, Russell C., White Pigeon, Mich. . Carter, Williailxt F.. Dnrville, Ill .... ........ Cartwright, Kenneth G., Cheyenne, Wyo. . . Cartwright, Patricia M.. Nassau, Bahamas . . Caspcrson, Don, Milwaukee, Wie. ....... . Cawlhorne, Marjorie, South Bend. Ind. . . Challherg. Roy Leonard, Rockford, Ill. . . Chan. Viola, Chicago, III. ........... . . Chaney, Albion II., Solinas, Calif. . . . Chapman, Grace, Chicago, Ill. . . . . Chapman, XViIlvur C., Chicago, Ill. ....... . . Chatham, Barbara, Leaksville. N. C. ....... . Cltipcltase, Miriam E.. Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . Chiu, Jeanette. Nacau. China ............. Christensen, Alan B.. Bridgeport Conn. . . . . Clark, Jack M.. Unodillo, N. Y. ....... . ...00 ....36 ....54 ....54 ...JI-5 ....29 ,,...00 ....Sd-,85 54 00 00 54 ,...00 ...,OO ...,00 ....OO ....OO ,...00 ....45 ,...54 ....54 ....54- ,...54- ....Sd- ....54 ....54 ....54 ....36 ....OO 00 54 00 00 O0 97 '1f54Hd6f63' - . ..........,000 54 ....OO ....OO ....S4 ,...54 ....SII- ....IIS ....00 54 00 63 O0 29 ....OO ....OO ....Sd- ..,.54 ..,.46, 88,113 .......4f1-.46 Clarke, Jas. E., lluntington, W. Va. .... ........ 0 0 Clarke, Ilarriet A., Huntington, WL Va. . . ...... .00 Clarno, Albert Dale, Clarkston, Mich . . . .... 54, 80 Claton, MarilynM.Pc. kin, Ill. ....... ..... 0 0 Cloninger. Roy W., Clawson, Mich. . . . . . . .50 Coates. .lack W., Lapeer, Mich. ....... .... O O Colburn, Ralph C.. Jr., Jackson, Mich. . . . . . . .54- Coleman, Nelson J.. Macon. Ga. ........ .... 0 0 Coleman, 'l'hclma W., Macon, Ga. ............ .... 0 0 Coleman. Vivian J., St. Louis, Mo. ........,..... ,....,....,. 5 4 Collins, Betty I.. Collingwood. Ontario, Canada . . . ,.....,.... . .46 Collins. Wttllcr I., Boyds Mills, Pa. .......... . Colson. Eltwin II., Waterloo, Ia. ............ . . Colson, Elwin XV., YVaterloo Ia. ..., . Colwcll. 'llalilha C., Tucson, Arizona . . . Conklln, Merle D., Farmington, Ill. . . Conrad, Ray D., Hot Springs, Ark. . . Cooper, Lois V., Evart, Mich. ,... . . Corell. Norma J., Bluefield. W. Va. . . . Cory. Philip V., Wheaton. Ill. ...,.. . Cousins. Carol, Elmwood Park, Ill. . . Cox, Mary II., Freeport, Ill. ...... . . Cox, Grayrlon. Terre Haute, Ind. . . . . Cramton, Opal June. Detroit, Mich. . . Cramer, Chester E., Savanna, Ill. . . Crapp, Virgil. Patosi, Wis. .......... . Crawford, Virginia R., Oil Hill, Kan. ......... . Crocker Bett J Kahoka Mo Crocs, 11.h....nl.. A., Aruba: Netherland, .Ihdieti . . . Crouse, Barclay I'I., Jr., Detroit, Mich. ........ . Crowel, Kenneth G., Bremen. Ind. ..... . Crown, David E., Bellwood, Ind. ....... . Cummings. Vernon, Chicago, Illinois ,...... Cunningham, Milan E., Milwaukee, Wis. .. . Curran, Ilarry. Blue Earth. Minn. ,..... . Cyr. llarvey E., Baker, Mont. ....... . .. Dahlstrom, Sylvia, Sharon, Wis. .............. Datneron. Mary J., Columbus Junction, Iowa :. , . Damon, Robert A., Prosser. Wash. .......... . Dannenberg, Earl, Jr., Holland, Mich. . . Datemn, Jerry F., Caledonia. Mich. .... . Davidson, C. Arnetta. Bluefield, W. Va. . . Davidson, Jas., Bluelieltl, W. Va. ..... . . O0 37. 88,112,114 ......1l2,l14 .....,,.4-6,54 .....00 ,...00 .....54 ......A-6 ....54,Il6 ......,00 .....54 ....OO ....OO .,.....00 ,.......00 ...37.43,92 ..,.....4l ...Sd-,85, 91 00 00 ...,Sli ..,.00 ....29 54 4-I 00 46 . . . .46 54 00 86 . .ad-, 139 Davis, Charlotte Ann, Xenia, Ohio . . . Davis, Janet, Bel Air Md .......... Davis, Margaret F., Augusta, Ga. . Davis, Ruth M., Chicago. lll. . . . Davis, Yvill M.. Chicago, lll. ,... ..... . Dean, Darline D., Waterloo, Iowa Debar, Bernard E., Waterloo, la. .,...... . Dechow, Lorraine A.. Cattaraugns, N. Y. Decker, Marjorie A., Kansas City, Mo. . . Dedic. Ruth, Hinsdale, Ill. ...,...... . Dee, George, Glennie, Mich ....,.. ..... DeGroot, Lorraine, South Holland, Ill. . . Dellaven. Charles J., Indianapolis, lnd. . . . DeMan, Yvonne E.. New Haven, Mich. . Demmin, Ralph H., Peoria, Ill. ......, . DeNeui, Betty E., Hill City, So. Dak. . . Denney, E. Jean, Allen, Mich. ...... . Derpack. George N., Chicago. Ill. . . DeVries, June E., Chicago, lll. .. .... .. DeVries, Robert E., Chicago. lll. . ,.., . . Dickason, Charles F., Jr., Omaha, Neb. . . Dickinson, Floyd R., Lyons, Mich . .. Dickinson, Fred XV., Byons.tMieh . . . Dickson, Janine E., Gary, lnd. ..... . Dillin, Nancy R., Elmwood Park, lll. . . Dilling. Betty J., llollirlayslmrg, Pa. . Dirkse, Jean M.. Parchment, Mich. . . . . Dirksen, Ralph T.. Kingsford. Mich ..., . Ditzell, Leon H., Trnmanslutrg. N. Y. . Dodge. Carol Irr-ne. Lancaster, Yifis. . . . . Doorneweerrl, Steven H., Chicago, Ill. . . . Doss, Janet M., Bluelield, W. Va. .. . . Douglass. Muriel. Courtland, N. Y. . . Downs, Richard C., Holland, Mich. . Dudley. Carl K., Des lilones, Ia. . . . Dulmage. Thelma, Evanston, Ill. .. Dunker, Sarah, Youngstown, Ohio . .. Dunn, Norma E., Oxford. Mich. ...., . Dunn, Thomas F., Des Moines, Ia. ..... . Durkcl, Ronald H., Ridgewood, N. Y. . . E East, Eleanor J.. Bloomington, Ill. ...... . East, George, Bloomington, Ill. . . Eck, Harlan M., Pandora, Ohio .... Egan, Max E., Salina, Kan. ...,..,.. . Eichem, Charles E., McRae, Ark. ...,. . Eickenberry, Frances G., Peru, Ind. ..,.. . Eimermann, Joan Anne, Milwaukee, Win. . Eldridge, Mary B., Amarillo. Texas ..... Eldridge, Pauline II., Amarillo, Texas . . . Elkins. Jas. T., Belleville, Mich. ...... . Elkins, Shirley, Cambria, Ill ..... ....... Ellsworth, Dorothy J., Westwood, N. J. . . . Engle, Betty, Sunbury, Pa .............. Ennis, Mark, Martinsville., Ill. ..,.... . English, Barbara J., Canton, Pa. ..... . Engenmann, Elsie, Crown Point, Ind. . . Erb, Beatrice V., Hooppole, Ill. .,., . Estcp, Miriam A., Altoona, Pa. . . .. Etter, Marie Ethel, St. Louis, Mo. . . . Evans, Betty R., Hyndman, Pa. . . . Evans, Jean K., Hyndman, Pa. . . Ewert, Reuben L., Denver, Colo. . . . Ewing, Harry R., Beloit, Wis. . . . . Ewing. Jack E., Flint, Mich. . .. . . . F Fain, Carol Frances, Plymouth, Ill. ....,. . . Falk, DuWayne D., Mountain Lake, Minn.. . . Fechner, Gilbert, Kenosha, Wis. ....,.... . Feldman, John G., Elgin, Ill. ......... . Felix, Emily J., Indianapolis, Ind. ..... . Felix, Raquel, Brooklyn, N. Y. ........ . Fell, Doris M., Groton, Conn ...., ........ Ferrill, Katherine G., Battle Creek, Mich.. . Field, Elaine J.. Avon, Oltio .......,..., . Fife. Charleen, Argos, lnd. ............... . Findlay, David R., Toronto, Ont., Canada . . . Fink, Ruth, New York, N. Y. ............. . Finney, M. Helen, Kingman, Ind. ,...... . Fischer, Dorothy L., Chicago, Ill. . . Fitzwilliam, Alice, Wheaton, Ill. ...... . Fitzwilliam, Francis J., Wheaton, Ill. ...... . Fletcher, Robert W., Middle Village, N. Y. . . Font, Joanne M., Ionia, Mich. .......... . Foote, Wayne E., Eaton Rapids, Mich. . Fort, Ralph E., Phoenixville, Pa. ..... . Foster, Naomi, Lynehburgh, Va. . . . . Frantz, Jean M., Bath, Pa. ........ . . Frantz, Richard D., Allentown, Pa. . Franz, Calvin N., Oshkosh, NVis. . . . Freeberg, John E., Philipshurg, Pa. . . Freerksen, Kenneth, Paeima, Calif.. . . French, George H.,-Chicago, lll. .... . . . Friedman, Robert E., Maywood, Ill. . . . Frishmutb, Myrtle. Philadelphia, Pa.. . . Fry, Janette, Baltimore, Md. ...,.. . Fulkerson, Ruth, Intcrloken, N. Y. .... . Fullmer, Leland W.. Victor, lll.. .,... . . . Furnish, Barbara A., Ypsilanti, Mich. . . . G Gabler, Carol J., Elgin, lll. .............. . Gall, Phyllis J., Elkhart, Ind. .,.....,.. . .... . Galloway, Helen B., Washington, Iowa ....... . . Gammon, Philip P., Cape Province, So. Africa Garlick, David W., Paterson, N. J. ........ Garner, Gerald M., Walkerton, Ind. ........ - . Gaston, Ellis J., Alton, Ill. . .... . . . . . Gauger, Robert, Whiting, lnd. .,.. . 140 .,.54,88,115 ........00 ....00 46 35. 37, 112, 114' 00 .. ...... 51-.90 ......51l- ....00 ...ml-6 ...fl-6 ....55 ....55 ...,37 ....00 ........00 .........00 8-1-,85 .. ...... 29 . ..,,...... 37 ..55.88.BQ,90 fl-6 ...55,841.l16 .......,.00 .......55 ....37,75 .. .... 00 ....55 ..,....00 ....55,84,90 . .,,,..., 37 .......37 ....55 55 ....00 ....00 ....f1-6 ....55 ....00 ....55 ....55 ....55 ....00 ....00 ....00 ....00 ....00 ....75 ....00 ...,,.29 ,......37 ....37.75 ......00 ....47 ....00 ....00 ....4-7 29 37 00 . . . .37 ,...55 ....00 ....4'5 ....57 ....5S ....00 ...,47 ....55 ....00 ....55 ....47 .....55 ....55 ....55 ....00 ...fl-7 ....00 ....37 ....37 ....00 ....00 ....00 ....55 ....00 .,..55. 00 75 ....55,90 ........55 ....55,86 00 ...47,1 15 55, 84,118,119 ....00 Gault, John W., Gobles, Mich. . .. Geisen. Jeanette P., Peoria, lll ..,, . . Gerdes, Charles D.. Mason City, la. Getz, Gene A.. Medaryville. lnd. .. Gibbon, Fred A., Plainlicld, N. J. ..,..,.. . Gibson, Leonard W., Cape Town, So. Africa. Gibson, Robert. Streator. Ill. ,.... . ,,.. . . Gilbert.. Veoloda C., Chicago, lll. ..,.... . Gill, John W., Calcutta, India ' . .. t ililmor, Bess Annabctte, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Glass, Orville R.. Chicago, Ill. ,... . . . . . . . Gleason. Patricia L., Uniontown, Pa. . . Gleason, Ray ll., Erie, Pa. ., . ,..,.. . Goldberg, Daniel, Chicago, lll. , ...... . . Goode. B. Joanne, Des Moines, Iowa. .... Goodcll, Barbara A., Elders, Iowa .,.. Gooden, Gerald L., Westwood, Calif. . . Goodman. Marilyn A.. Mentone, Ind. . . Goodwin, Bennie E.. Robbins, lll. .,.. , Grafton, Loretta, Pittsburgh, Pa. .,,..... . fsfilllllltliltiltll, Edsel G., Belleville, Mich. , . . Grant, Marshadawn, Portland. Maine .. . Graves. Howard W., Davenport, ln. .. .. Gray, Robert Earnest, llilton Village, Va., , Grieser, Leland J., Benton Harbor, Mich. ' Griffeth. Jack C., Chicago, lll. ........ , Grillith. Olive, Galena, Ohio ..,. ..... Griiliths, Larry. Chicago. lll. . . . . Grigshy. .lack R., Kenton, Ohio ..... Grirnshaw, Mary, Wheaton, lll. ,... . Groth, Marilyn P., Sl. Anne. lll. ..... . Gruber, G. Max. Vancouver, Canada . , Gruber, Gloria. Vancouver, Canada .... Gudenian, Natalie. Mctlaryville, Intl. . .. Gudeman. Stanley E., Francesvillc. lnd. . . Guild, Esther, Chicago, lll. ..,,.,...... . Gunderson. Robert H., Kingsford, Mich. . lfl llage, Betty J., Muskegon. Mich. .... ... Hagen, Andrew, Parkerburg, Iowa ,.,.. Halbert, Cecil E.. Wichita. Kun. .. Hale, John, Jackson, Mich. ..... . Hale. Pearl., Chicago, Ill. . . . , . .. llale, Phyllis, Jackson. Mich. . Hull, Betty, Uniontown, Pa. .,.....,.,. . Hall, Marylin J., Lapeer. Mich. ,,...... . . Hamilton, Nancy, Glen Falls, N. Y. ....... . Hammond, Harvey L., Spring Lake, Mich. . Hansen, Lorraine E., Racine, Wie. . ,..... . . . Hansen, Robert L., Carterville, lll. ....... . Harding. Sherman M., Highland Park, Mich. Hardyman, Lorine, 1-lammoud. lnd. .....,. . Hargraven, Norma L., Grand Blanc, Mich. . . Hnring, Carol J., Norway, Mich. ....... , Haring. Ralph K., Waskish, Minn. . . .. Harlin, Roberta Dian. Hollidayshurg. Pa. Ilarmon, Warren F.. Portland, Maine . . . Harms, Frances, Dixon, lll. ............ . Harper, Susanne, Grand Rapids. Mich. . . . Harris. Davis, Oyster Point, Va. ....,.. . Harrison, Marilyn, Free Soil, Mich. ..,... . Harlwig, LaVcrnc L., Fort Atkinson, NVis. . . . Harvey, James E., Cartlington, Ohio ...... Hauti, Carol, Sebring, Fla. ............. . Haupers, Ralph N., Chicago, lll. .....,. . Havell. Gloria, Sl. Catharines, Canada . . . Haverancck, M. Genevieve. Findley, Ohio ' . . Hawkins, Beverly J., Grand Rapids, Mich. . . Hawkins, Zeuobia N., Hazleton, lnd. . . . . Hayes, Ronald G., Paxton, lll. .......... . Heard, Granville W.. Ontnnagon, Mich. .. Heath, L. Jeronw, Detroit, Mich. .... . Heath, Nancy, Detroit, Mich. , ....,. Hedges. Delores, Findlay, Ohio .... , . . Heffel, Rachel, Baraboo, Wis. ..........,.. . Hein, Robert J., Waterlrxo, lowa ............ Heinbaugh, Kenna Lou, Columbia City, lnd. Hclmich, Delores M., Cedar Rapids, lowa . . Herniman. John Robert, Upper Middleton, Pa. . Herrick, George 'l'., Buffalo, N. Y .......,. . . Hileman, Shirley G., Wzitcrloo, Iowa . . . Hiles, Marvin . .............,.,.. . . Hill, Eugene, Indiana, Pa. .........,. . Hill, Robert J., Indiana, Pa. ...,. . .... . . Hill, 'l'heetis V., Chicago, lll. .......... . Himmelberger, Robert, Bellefortaine, Ohio . . Himsel, Evelyn, Banco, Wis. ............. . Hine, Joyce, Adrian. Mich. ............ . Hixon, Ernta L., Dana, Intl. ...., . . Ho, Doris, Honolulu, Hawaii ..,..... Hoehstettler, Wanda, Bluffton, Ohio .... Holly, Viviun L., Cicero, lll. ...........,., . Holsteen, Donnaline, Morning Sun, lowa ..,, Holwerda, Carl, Grand Rapids, Mich. .... . Hoover, George W., Baltimore, Md. . , .. Hoover, Richard D., Roaring Spring, Pa. Hopkins, Andrew, Chehalis, Wash. . . . . Hopkins, Matha A., Amarillo, Texas . . . Hopper, Cordis V., Vinemont, Aln. ..... . Horski, Barbara A., Williamston, Mich. . Horton, David A., Bay City. Mich. .. .. Horton, Edla A., Rockford, Mich. ...... . Houghton, Evelyn, Des Moines, lowa ..,.. Houseman, Philip C., Grand Rapids, Mich. . . Howard, Eugene F., Hamilton, Ohio ..... Howard, Richard E., Plymouth. lnd. . . . Howe, Patricia A., Detroit, Mich. . . Howell, Jack D., Ketehikon, Alaska Howell, Mariam, Elk City, Okla. . . Hoy, Shirleyann, Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . rillum. Roberta J., Shelton, Wzlsli.. . ,,,,,,, ,, ilanzer, Delores J.. Huron. So. Dak. .,.,,.. A J ....00 ....55 fl-7 1- .....z5 ......55 ....55. 85 00 ....5S 00 .. . .00 O0 ....38 00 ....00 47 . . . .00 86 55 ....00 55 00 ....56 ....56 00 00 38 l 10 '58 000 .38 ....3B ......fl47 llfll 00 ....00 00 . . . .00 00 00 .H56 ....30 56 ....56 47 00 . . . .47 00 00 ....38 38 ...,38 a 00 00 00 . . . . . , .56 84 47 56 56 .,..28 , 30 000 ....47 16 ...l 00 , .00 56 00 ...Ji-7, H38 ..56 ..00 ..00 71 ......56 00 00 00 . . , .00 56 56 ......56 56 ....28,30 ......00 00 ..,....56 ....2B,30 L10 ....56 00 94- 00 ......30 56 ....56 , 85 56 00 48 . . . .56 56 38 56. 90. 113 .......00 ....00 ....00 ....00 Hsiao. Samuel Chi, China .......... Iluhlrard. Charlotte, Kingnville. Ohio . . Iluher, Kenneth W., l'otlcr. Wien ...,... Halter. Marllta. lfrenelt East Africa ..... Iltther. Norma. W'asltinglon. Iowa ,....... l'Intlnall. Christina M.. No. Platte, Nels. . . Huffman. Cora June l.aJunta. Colo. ...,, . Ilugltea. Rohert John. lll., Diokiuaon, Texan Hull. Evelyn. West Union. Ohio ........ Ilurlhert. lfldith. David City. Nell. .. .. Ilurley, lialller l'i., llellefontaine, Ohio . . I Inniger. Merlin XV.. lierne, lntl. .... ..... lno, Kaneo. llonolulu. llawaii .,..... . . Irvine, Ruth Ann. Reed City. Mich.. . Irwin, George M.. Gohles. Mich. . . . Irwin. George 'l'.. lierkeley. Calif. . . lahell. Kathryn. Seattle. Wash .... . lalvell. Raymond ll.. Seattle. W'aah. .. lveruett. llarolnl P., Racine. Wis. ..,... . Ivcraen. Lorraine M., Cedar Falls. Iowa . . K an. M Jttckson. Edna. Allnott. Florida . .. ... .. Jaelcson. lilene. Amarillo. 'l'exaa . . . . Jaultson. James A.. Amarillo. 'l'exaa . . Jattzlumti. Jean, 'l'aeotua. Wash. ,.... . Jager. .lat-lt C.. lnlerlalutn. N. Y. ... James. J. Aston. Rivlunond. Va. . . Janish. Pllllil N.. Spokane. Xvash. .. .. Jewell. Allen K.. Sl. Joseph. Mi.-It. .... . Jewell. George ll.. Rinttluunpton. N. Y. . Johns. Frank C.. Jr.. Chicago, lll. .. . . . Johnson. Alive. l'flntlutrst. lll. ...... . Johnson, lietly. Hesperia, Mich. .. .. Johnson. Carolyn, Valparaiso, ltul. . . . . Joltnaon. Dorren. Altoona. Pa. ........ . Joh nsou, .lohuson ohnson Gordon A., Fergus Falls. Minn . . , Greta, Long llranvlt, N. J. .... . l.cRoy C.. Pekin, lll. ,.... .. .I . .Ioltm-uni. Loot, Glen l'.llyn, lll. .... . 1 Johnson Roherl l'l.. Yi healon. lll.. .. Johnston. Gloria, lluahnell, lll. ... Johnston. Lela, Galeslmrg. lll. .. . . . Johnaton, Johnny. Galt-shuri-1. lll. .. .. Jones. Janis-e. River Ronge. Mivli. . . . Jones, Josephine. l'lymouth. Pa ......,. Jonea, Juanita M.. Mishawaka, lttd. . . . Jones, Roger M.. Kenosha, Win. .... . Jones. Shirley. Chicago. lll. ..,.... . Jones. Xvillis D.. Peru, Ind. ..,. . . Jordan. Joanne, lillkltart. lltd. ....... Jordan, Patricia. Willonghhy, Ohio ,.... K Kaapu David. Waialua. Oahu. llawaii ...,. Kalili. Lorna. llawaii. .....,......... .. iehael, Springfield, Mo. ..,.... . 58 Karr. Wallace Gale. 'l'aeoma. Wash. . . . . Kemp. ,lautea C.. M ttetrttlitle. Iowa ...,.,. Kaufman. Violette. Michigan City, Ind. . . . Keeler. Dorothy. Milwaukee. Yvia. .. . . .. Kehl. Carolyn. Ml. Carroll. lll. ...,.. . Keialer, Ruth M.. Allrion. lnal. ......., . Ketnpton, Xvendell IV.. Des Moines. la .... Kennedy. llarhara, Peoria. Ill. ........ . Kennedy. Ora Mae. Topeka. Kan. .. . . . Kepple. David ll.. Gary. Ind. ........... . Kern. Mellia Lee. Detroit. Mich .,...,,,..., Kerating. W. George. Pfarehauss, Germany . . . Kerlli. Charlotte, Port Jervis. N. Y. ...... . Kerth, John. River Grove. Ill. .. ....... .. Kimball. Dale. Anchorage, Alaska .... King, Rosemary, Muscatine, Iowa . . . Kirkutan. liilccn F.. Chicago, Ill. . . . Kissinger. Marjorie. Porter. lud. . . . Klein. John ll. llolland. Mich. ..... . Klitgard, Roherta, Rhinchinder. Win. . . Knnedler, Elaine. Saginaw. Mivh. . . . Kuerher. Karolyu, Antarillo, 'I'exas . . Koerher. Kathryn. Atmtrillo. 'l'ex. . . . Koger. Mildred. XValcrIoo. Iowa .... Kook, Mary XV.. Milan. lll. ..,.. . Kook. Raymond ll.. Milatt. lll. .... .... Korpinen. Jane, Milan, Mieh. .............. . Koainski. Richard J.. Detroit. Mich.. ........ . . . Kostreva, Samuel Jr.. Colorado Springs, Colo. . . Kott. Paul L.. Milwaukee, Xviet. ............ . Koyzis. Theodore A., Fanutqmita, Cyprus . . Kramer. Willis J., llnrvey. lll. ........,. . Kramka. Larry D.. Elgin. Ill. .......... . Kramlta, Marjorie li.. Elgin. lll. ....... .. . Kranich, Flora, Gladwin. Minh. ......,. . . . Kreighhaunt. Lawrence. South llend. Itul. . . Kristof. Ruth, East Patterson. N. J. ..... . Kruhn. Lnvern, Raeine. Win .,.. . ...... . Krueger, Lyda Jane. Milwaukee, Win. . , Knhnn. Lorraine. Ilethlehent. Pa. . . . . Kulp. Maxine. While Pigeon, Mich. . . . Kuntz, Dale Ruusell. Elgin. lll ........ . Kurtright, Joseph li.. 'l'aeoma. Wash. . . . Kurtz. Floyd D.. Altott. Kan. . .... . . . . Knss, Joyce M., Flushing. I..l.. N.Y. . . . L Lacy, Philip S., Ouago. Kan. ........... . Lacey, Phil F., Peoria. lll. ...,.......... . Laidlaw, Margaret, Jarvis, Ontario. Can. . . . . . 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Mich: A A Stalker, Betty, Chicago. lll. .......,.,.. . Stanhurg, Robert E.. Ahilenc, Kan. ' , ...... Stanger, Robert E., Gloucester City, N. J. . . Starburg, Robert li., Abilene. Kan. ....... . Stauffer, Alberta, Okemos. Mich. ...... . Stauffur, ,lacoli L., Okemaa. Mich. . , . Stock, Allrcrt C.. St. Louis. Mo. .. .. Stcevcs, Lorraine A.. Fairfield, Conn. . , Steffen, Ruth. Pandora, O. ,........,.,. Stclzncr. Jeanne, Muscatine, lowa ......., Stephens, Billie, Columbus Junct., lown . . 61 00 00 61 00 61 61 61 00 61 .,,.00 ....00 ....00 ....00 ....6l ....00 ....ffl ....61 ....61 ....SO .,..61 ....61 ....00 ....00 ...,61 ....61 ....00 ....32 ....00 ....00 . .... O0 ....61, ...,61 ..,.61 ....61 ....00 ......61 ...61,115 ..,..00O ....00 Stephens. Marvin T., NVapello, la. ...,. ---' 0 0 Stephenson, Patricia, Summit. lll. . .... --4- 5 0 Stetter. Robert Chicago, lll. i .,.... --'-- I io Stevenson, Thou., Commerce. Ga. . . ',-'-- 61 Stieh, George R.. Finleyville, Pa. .... -------- 5 0 Stimntel, Penny. Port llnron, Mich. . . . . .32. 50 Stoll, Jacoh, Oak Lawn, lll. ......., ----4- 6 I Stoppc, Shirley, Milwaukee. Win. . ----4 61 Storms. Jean. Sturgis. Mich. .,., --4-f f P2 Stout, Donald Z.. Lapaz. lnd. ,.,.. .... . ........... f 10 Stovall, Betty, Dallas. Texas . ........... ...,.....,.. f 10 Stratmeyer, Dennis. Chicago, lll. .......,... ,... ........ f i 2, 90 Street. llarold ll., Jr.. Minneapolis, Minn. 34. 33. 107. 114 Street.. Paul E.. Minneapolis. Minn. , ..,., ..---.-AA-A- 0 0 Suderutan. Edith, Mountain Lake, Minn. . .. ......-- -- - .62 Sullivan, Mary. Amboy, lll. ........, ,... ,..,62 Summar. Maurine E., Amarillo, Tex. . . . - - - -62 Sammy. Marvilyn. Waterloo, lowa . . '--' 62 Sumner, Doris. Elmhurst. lll. . ,..,.,.. ---- 6 2 Swaffer, Thomas YV., Belleville, Micll. '. . ---- 00 Swallen, Jean. Alliance. O. ............ -,--- 6 2 Swanson, Carol, Rockford. lll. , . , , .... - - - A -62 Swihart, Warren D., Goshen, lnd. .,..... --'-- 6 2 Sznst. Lydia. North Dartmouth, Mass. . . ---- -U0 fly! Tansey, Richard D., Chicago. lll. ,...... . ---- 00 Taylor, llarry, Indianapolis. lnd. . . . . . - - - -00 Taylor, Marilyn, Chicago. lll. 1 ...,,. ---- 0 0 Taylor, Patricia A.. Pliiladelpliin, Pa. . . - . - -00 Tedman, James, Los Angeles, Calif , . ---- 32 Tegcler. Carl W., Damascus, Pa. 4 ..... -'4- 0 0 Tegelcr. Merritt, Damascus, 1'a. ........ 4---4 3 I Terry. Faye. Royal Oak. Mich. .,..,..,.. v --40 Tcunisscn, Bertha. Grand Rapids, Mich. . . , -.-. 40 Thomas. Dona, Eckhart. Mines, Maryland . . . - - .62 Thon1en, Leona. Casa Grande, Ariz. ,... . . --.- 62 Thompson. Quintin S., Chester. Pa. ..... --., 6 2 Thompson, Norma. South Bend. lnd., . , - . - .62 Thompson. Reba, Mansfield. Ohio . . --'-' 00 Thomsen. Marion, Chicago, lll., . . . ---A -00 Tiilgwell. Robert. Chicago, lll. . . ---'- 00 Tidswell. Paul, Lansing, Mich. .,.. ---'4 6 2 Tindall. Marjorie. Van Wert, Ohio . . ---.-- 06 Toda, George T.. Chicago, lll. ...,. .--- - - - -62 Toews. Viola E.. Glasgow, Mont .... ,--- 6 2. 35 Trail, Mary, Gary, lnd.. ............ ------ 6 2 Trautman. John lil., Calion. Ohio ....,. -4-., 0 0 Trexlcr, Wm. llarper, Charleston, lll. . . ----- 00 Tripp, Lucy, Spring Lake, Mich. ..,. ----.- 6 2 Troup, llarriet. Glasgow. Scotland ...,. -------- 6 2 Truesdale. Patricia. Bunker llill, lll. . . . .,.. 50. 90 Trumbo, Margaret, llohart, lnd. ,... . Trylick. Robert D., Chicago, lll. . , Tulga. Louis C., Chicago, Ill. . . .. Twigg, Paul L., Chicago, lll. ... . .. Twist, Arloa, Lancaster, Wis. . . ,... . . . U Unbekannt, Ruth Ann, Maywood.1ll.. ,.,., ... Underwood, Russell IC., Long Bench. W. Va. . . Unzicker. Wm. Max, DeMotte, lnd. ....... , Utt. Doris Ruth. Chicago. lll. .......... . V Van Anda. Carroll Allen, llockford, lll. . ......Sl .....62 ...,.00 ...,.00 .....6IL .....62 ......62 ........00 .,.62,108 ,....00 Van Dam, Dirk E.. Wzilrlen. N. Y. , ..... . . . . . .00 Van Derhey, Douglas. Kalamazoo. Mich. .,.. .... 0 0 Vander Leilll. Joyce, Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . -- - -62 vflndel' Ploeg. Josephine, DeMotte, Ind. . . . .... . . . . .00 VanderWege, Rosalie, llolland. Mich. . ......... ..,. ....... 0 0 vlan Eugen, Ray L.. Roca. Ncb. ...........,........ ........ 6 2 Yan lleerclen, Lawrence, Pieterinarizhurg, So. Africa . , . .... 62, 113 Van Hoof, Blanche. Detroit, Mich. .........,...,... ....,.. 6 2 Van lloogan, Jolm Barry, Hollywood. Florida ..... .,... 0 0 Van Licw, George Charles, Jr., Mesa, Ariz, , , . . .00 Van Syoc, Irving, San Diego, Calif. ..... .,.. 6 2 vllporis. Gene J.. Bridgeport, Conn. ....... - - -00 Varney, Herbert E., lluntington, W. Va. .... ..-- 6 2 Varney, Mary Lou. Huntington, W. Va. . . . . . .62 Veldl. Stanley, Kalamazoo, Mich. ...... . . .32 Vickers, Jane, Baltimore, Md ...,. .... . . .32 Volz, Donald V., Columbus, Ohio ..,.... .... 6 2 W Wade, James A.. Midland, Micli. ............. ....,..... 0 0 Wahl. Phil D., Fort Wayne, lnd. .......,...... 23. 32. 33 Walhcrg, Walton Raymond, Rhinebeck, N. Y. . . . --..- - - -62 Walch, Clifford S., North Judson. Ind. ,.... , . . . . . . . . . .62 Wfalhout, Irene. Muskegon, Mich. ...... . . . . . . . . . . . .00 Walker, George A.. Chicago, lll. .... . . . .62. 110 1Valtmire. Yvonne, Chicago, lll. .. . .... . . .00 Ward, Alfred M. Milwaukee, Wis. . -.--- 00 Wztrtl, lirlax, South Bend, lnd. .... - V '00 Ware, Margaret, Hampton, Va. ....,. ---- 6 2 Watson, llorace, Ilamilton, Canada .... . . .62 Watson. Patricia L., Bay City, Mich. .... .--- 6 0 Weber, Dorothy, Edgerton. O. ....,.. ---- 5 0 Weed. Ruth, Tacoma, Wash. ....... . - -62 Weed. Virgil, Tacoma, Wzisli. ........ - - -33 Weir, Marsha, Belmont. Mich. ......... - - .62 Weiss, Fredrick C., South Bend. lnd. .... - ' 100 Weitner, Gladys L., Berger Field, N. J. . . - ' -63 XVells, Kenneth D., Decatur, Ala. ...... - - '00 Werner, Richard G., Chicago, lll. .... . 4 Y - - -00 Wesley, Emma, Brooklyn, N. Y. ..... . . ,50, 90 Wesley, Robert W., Brooklyn. N. Y. ........... . - .50. 95 Wcstine, C. David, Dorchester. Mass ..... ........ .-..- 6 3 Westmoreland, Ernest T., Yviehita Falls, Texas . . . . . . .00 Wcstra. Wallace, Fremont, Mich. .............. . - -63 Wetherbe, llorace B., Montague, Mass. ........ . . . .00 Wey'ant, John W., Altoona, Pa. ........ .- - -00 White. Alden. Amarillo, Texas ....... ---- 6 3 White, Dorothy, Joliet. Ill. .,,.. ---- 6 3 White, Edwin R., Lewis. Kan. ...... - - -00 White, Kader F., Hertford, N. C. .... - - -00 White, Ralph Kenneth, Duquesne. Pu. .. - - .63 Whorrall, John M.. Bloomington, lll. . - - -00 Whyte, Douglas, Chicago, lll. .,....... . Wibhcrly, Donald G., Derby, Maine ..... Wickman, Chas., Kcego llarbor, Mich .... Wifldcr, Richard A., Sheboygan, Wis. . . . XViens., John, Leamington. Canada . . . XViens, Marcella, Delft, Minn. . . . . . . Wicrsm a, Adaline, Chicago, lll. . Wiita, Arlene. Ashby. Mass. . . . Wiita, Dorothy, Ashby, Mass. ..... . W'ilcox, Mary. Chicago, 111. .............. . Wilkins, Richard L., Zaneslield, Ohio ........,... Willard, Stephen Randall, Cape Elizabeth, Maine Williams, Johann, Rockford. lll. , ......... . Williams, Riley C., Memphis. Tenn. ...... . Willizziris, Roger L., Afton, Okla. ...,.. . Willitilrts. Yvnl. J., Xvashington, D. C. . . . Willoughby, Chas., Ft. W0fll1, Texas. . . . . Wills, Robert William, Brooklyn, N. Y. , . Wilson, Georgia, Alton, Ill. ........... . Wilson, James, Toledo, Ohio ....,.... Wilson, Lois, Grosse Pointe, Mich. . . Xvilson, Neil, Zanesville, O. ,.... . . . Wilson, Richard, Tempe. Ariz. . . Wiltheiss, Carla, Conover, 0. ...... . YVing, Esther, Topeka, Kan. ,........ . YVitt, Roy Simeon, Milwaukee, Wie. .. Wolf, lrmgard. Springfield. Mass. . . . . Wolf, Rosella, Muskcgan, Mich. ....... . Wolters. Judith A., Kalamazoo, lylich. . . Wood, Doris J., Maywood, Ill. ....,. . , Wood, Shirley, Chicago, Ill ......... .... Woodard. XVayne H., lonia, Mich. ...... . NVootton, Milton Joseph, Ferndale, Mich. . . Wray, Mable. Chicago. lll. . . .... . . . . . . . Wright, Carolyn, Quincy, lll. ......,.. . Wright, Gaylord YV., Kansas City, Mo. . . 1 Y Yager, Ernest R., Jr., Cambridge City, lnd. . . Yarcho, Norma, Shell Rock, Iowa ......... Young, Arlene M.. Ellsworth, Maine ...,, Young. Charles L., Monte Vista. Colo. . Young, .lames Orval, Goshen, Ind. ..... . Youngblood. Joan C., Chesterton, Ind. . . . Z Zager, Mary Ann, Jennings, Mo. ......... . Zanone, June. Detroit, Mich. .......,.. . Zelinko, William, Saginaw, Mich. .... . Ziehterman, Mary. Coolidge, Arizona . . . Zimmerman, LaVonne, Forreston, Ill.. . , . Zinzer. 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