Moody Bible Institute - Arch Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1958

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"' mu 1 : , EW- ....., .,,, , . if H H mWW, V b X , N H X Y 2 H1 'M Xu Y, ,Q'fQ55i, N if 2 T ' 1 . ,Q Ei- fair- -E'-. M vw - Y H w L -ra JA' Memoriam A cry . . . and a life has entered humanityg a stillness . . . and it has entered eternity. Whether it be a student or a renowned theologian, it is universal in its consistency. To the lost soul, death is the end of all. He plans . . . he works . . . he strives to achieve . . . for this life. He has no hope for eternity . . . only horror. To the Christian, death is the beginning of all . . . complete happiness, ultimate peace, precious fellowship with Jesus Christ in heaveni He has triumph over sorrow, over sin. Death is appointed unto us all . . . not always the same way, not usually the same time. Some of us are ready . . . some are not. These men,were. And ringing throughout the courts of heaven must surely be the Master's voice, saying, "Well done, thou good and faithful servants. Enter into the joy of thy Lord." DR. P. B. FITZWATER 1871- December 29, 1957 ROBERT A. DAY 1936 - December 13, 1957 Foreword Maturity is many things . . . It begins with the first evaluations of familiar truths . . . the focusing of experience . . . the relating of knowledge into a world of wholes. It grows with the appreciation of life itself . . . the awesome joy of being . . . the worth of the simple things that are part of our heritage . . . liberty . . . labor . . . laughter . . . love. It unfolds in the realization of our potentials . . . the meaning of our existence . . . the awareness of our responsi- bility. It blossoms in the significance of Christian fellowship . . . the deepening devotion to God . . . the renewing of dedication of purpose. This, the twenty-first Arch, symbolizes our concept of - Christian Maturity. CCDNTENTS Administration A Academic Activities Application Associated Ministries I 1 1 ' K 4" O f I . . - , ,V , ' X 'Ulu' " K . V 5 . , , , J w : 1 R ? e , QU:-' - .' A 4,.1:+,I1',l. - ..-, J el 1 X '-'I-f.:.., ,"' W.. -1 -f1fv5s5ir 'W EWTJ L 'QQM1 '1 - .. ., M, .Q ng.. . ' . Y'-'In ' f ' E-'j.,:,f ', 19' I gy H4 X . fgf-' '- ' V . 'L,-.-.LIQ.' A... fanfgpw 95- ,H n...-ni Q17 nm .mc cn, L fr ' -V" ' D,-'Jia' -5-I, ,I.r.,. ,,...,.g1g ,, . .-X ann 1 ,,,., ,r PRESIDENT Dr.Williom Culbertson Not all believers in our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ are of the same spiritual maturity. The Bible itself recog- nizes differencesg indeed, it suggests at least three classifica- tions. Some are "babes in Christ" C I Cor. 3Z1Q Heb. 5:13J. Evidently some are "children tossed to and fro and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, in craftiness, after the wiles of error" CEph. 4:14J. Still i others have, by the grace of God, reached spiritual maturity CI Cor. 226g Eph. 4:13g Phil. 3:15p Heb. 5:14g all A.S.V.J One of the words translated perfect in our New Testament is this word "fullgrown." Without for one moment making any claim for ourselves, and further disclaiming any power of our own, we should surely be desirous of entering into spiritual maturity. Its signs, by contrast or similarity, may be discovered by looking carefully at the above scriptural verses and their related passages. Among the negatives are the disavowal of strife over personalities, the shunning of jealousy, and the discernment of error. Among the positives are love for the meat of the Word of God, artless devotion to the Lord, and the fruit of the Holy Spirit. Let us never confuse spiritual maturity with great gifts. The Corinthian believers came behind in no gift, yet were but babes spiritually. Your theme of Christian Maturity is a worthy one. Earnestly we expect that the Lord has met you there to that end. But let not anyone of us think that he has arrived! May II Peter 3:18 continue to be your motto: "But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be the glory both now and forever. Amen." Y' sf " X X. Y, , I 1 1 -1 --533 Xmg: ..2,, ,X H 1 ' -1 11 v .1 11 in 'WX 11 W- XX 11 11 , 1 1 1 1 ,A .-. 1 1 1 11 1 11,1 X 1 ,MW 52 11, :Q'XX11 X11 . .5-11 1X sf SW its ,- ,111X111 11 11,111 1 521.51111 .1 W.-111 : H 1: . 1 'E W1 11392 1' '15 11 H iggw' X '11 11 - XM X 1 113 XXXXQXXXXXX1111 - .-,- ' X, .. .XJ M -, 1 E, XA , , . ,. . 1 1,2-S1 1" 11 H 1111 " 11" 11 'Q 111v:az..Q '11 111" -255111 'rs " 'f'i11- - , ' ' ,,' .... X 1 J -V' 5 fi XX X11 1 1 1' '1' ,W 5. NH!!! X 1 H' .,, 1.x X 1 V 1- X 1 111 XX ,A X XX .,..., IX1 .R XXXXXXXX11 XXX1 11 , 1 m" wk 11 X 451, 1 11 -fi X 4 '111 11 A X, MA: X11 11 XXX11 X w-,111 ,Y X ff -- X 1" ,::" I3 ' E . M5- f 1 " ' l f" NX, 'XX NL 3 X11'1X 1 X111 " , XXXEX..,.:: fr 5233- X WXX11XX..1 X:X,XXX?11"11'!5.,XXE X XXXLXXQ1' X 1.1111 LQ X ' ' 111 1, -11 A 5 j sg' ,Qj-Xgi,'gg?- ' 1, 1: . ' ' ' 1591563 H 11 555531 11 11 " 2253? 1 11 ' 1 11 E1 - , 5 1 111 f 7,1 " " 11 2 511' MXX XXH H X -3' 1 1 vffilgfigf. 1 N15 X' 1 Www 111 i M N ' 5 2X ' 'ff-??X.':'1L ' 1 XX 1 XX1ffX11111l K DEAN CDF EDUCATIGN S. Maxwell Coder Although the word "maturity" does not appear in the King James Version, the theme of this year's Arch is developed in many passages. There are babes in Christ, who must be fed with milk CI Cor. 2: 1,2J. We read of children, carried about with every wind of doctrine CEph. 42143. And there are also perfect, or full-grown men, who are mature adult Christians fv. 135. You belong in this category. The Institute di- ploma recognizes your academic achievement and attests your Christian character. As mature believers, you are admonished to manifest the attitude expressed by the apostle Paul in Philippians 3:12-15. He did not think of himself as having attained unto a high degree of spiritual per- fection. Instead, he took his place as a humble follower of Christ, desirous only of fulfilling the purpose for which Christ had laid hold of him. Many years before. the apostle had turned his back on all earthly gain. He counted it as refuse, in the light of the high calling of God -in Christ. Now he was determined to forget those things which were behind, even of growth and achievement, in his zeal to press forward toward the prize which lay ahead. The demonstration of your spiritual maturity will lie in your being thus minded. We of the faculty and staff shall be laboring fervently for you in prayers, that you may henceforth stand perfect and com- plete in all the will of God, wherever He may lead you as graduates of the Moody Bible Institute. .eww H iii.. .-f ,,., 4, i' Vt" if ' l il! ' ' iii ii .ar ' T ' X it . , . Y Q 'ffl' V. , Pifsf , FRANK F1 TAYLOR .ELNER A. EDMAN WILLIAM GARLAND JULIUS J. ALMS JAMES H. BARNES FREELIN A. CARLTON Chairman Vice-chairman Secretary Vice Presidents Administration 'S .lg ' J HENRY C. CROWELL S. MAXWELL CODER HAROLD E. ROBERT L. E. C. CHRISTIANSEN General Manager Dean of Education STOCKBURGER CONSTABLE Investments Treasurer Administrator of Development ' F. ALTON BERNARD WILLIAM WAYNE EVEREST ALDRIDGE BOYLE CHRISTIANSON Moody Institute Extengign Moody Monthly Moody Monthly of Science K, I ui 1 L 'Im U. . liiiw' ' 1 Departmental ..... I L. I X . X 1 T5 "n' A tj . I Q5 ' 'V -'Y-ini .,. ' y ' X. 'QATJV ' I I uifi- 1 A. PAUL G. KEITH ROBERT H. JOHN H. PAUL W. HAROLD K. KENNETH H. FRYE HARGETT PARSONS RAYMOND SCHWEPKER STEPHENS TAYLOR Radio Technical Moody Institute Radio Program Promotion Moody Institute Stewardship MOD'-'ly PICS? and of Science of Science Literature Missions lbs r' ' lb ii ,I 'Q . , HENRY C. WILLIAM CROWELL CULBERTSON 1, S l 'l F. ' l 4 1 Q 45' . MAXEY DAVID H. HARRY R. JACOB JARMAN JOHNSON SMITH STAM C. DAVIS EDWARD L. ANTHONY ROBERT E. WEYERHAEUSER JOHNSON MOHR NICHOLAS Division Managers v I 4 'I lu LeROY E. LEONARD A. IRWIN A. C. B. NORDLAND CARL J. JOHNSON UNKEFER MOON Publications and SCHUMACHER Assistant Treasurer Personnel Moody Institute Radio Operations and Controller of Science D ire C to rs T re os u ry EARL M. FRED M. LOWELL L. WILLIAM M. A. ROLLIN ANDERSON ELZEY KLINE LESSEL SHERWOOD Legal Household Accounting Service Methods and Procedures L, sl.,-lg. ' N DR. JOHN MOSTERT Director of Admissions A Iile drawer closes . . . a sheet of paper is inserted in the typewriter and the keys begin to spell out a letter . . . a name . . . an address . . . a "yes" or a "no" . . . An application has been processed and the Lord has led in the selection or rejection of another candidate for enrollment at M.B.I. Requests come from the uttermost parts of the earth as well as the immediate environs. Certainly, Moody students are a selected, cos- mopolitan group. Prayer . . . research . . . interviews . . . the guidance of the Holy Spirit . . . these deter- mine the success of the Admissions Oflice. Admissions 20 -s iiil , i ,at Registrars "Fourth floor!" With an "Excuse me", I struggle off the elevator, blankly glance at the directory, and instinctively walk to the right and down the hall to the oiiice of the registrar. As I approach, the vague look in my eyes reiiects my perplexed mind. Once again, these women graciously solve my schedule problems and aid me in the arrangement of an education well-grounded in the Word of God. Checking grades to determine eligibility for extra subjects, considering the needs of the student in scheduling his courses, always ready to attempt the diflicult . . . this is the Registrar's oflice. ALICE E. EVERARD Assistant to Registrar GLADYS MARY TALBOT Assistant Registrar RUBY A. JACKSON Registar Deans ANGEI-YN G- DANTUMA A. FRANKLIN BROMAN Dean of Women Dean of Men . I MARY HAVIRD Assistant Dean of Women ISOBEL S. MILLAR Assistant Dean of Women FLORENCE G. MILLER Assistant Dean of Women HUBERT R. BATES Assistant Dean of Men RICHARD L. RUD Assistant Dean of Men RALPH W. SNOW Assistant Dean of Men WILLIAM CULBERTSON Historical Geography Faculty S. MAXWELL CODER HAROLD R. COOK Missions, Spanish HENRY C. CROWELL ROBERT H. BELTON Bible, Personal Evangelism, Theology A. FRANKLIN BROMAN Practice Preaching, Orientation WILFRED L. BURTON Voice ROBERT C. CARBAUGH Conducting, Church Music, Oratorio Chorus, Women's Glee Club, Men's Glee Club ANGELYN G. DANTUMA Orientation GRACE DARLING Home Economics EDNA E. FRITSCH Phonetics, Linguistics HAROLD E. GARNER Christian Education 23 ILMA E. GEESAMAN English JAMES F. HARRISON Chalk Illustration DONALD P. HUSTAD Moody Chorale F clculty RUBY ANN JACKSON HARRY DIXON LOES Music Theory, Hymnology G. COLEMAN LUCK Bible, Apologetics, Comparative Religions J. C. MACAULAY Bible, Pastoral and Systematic Theology, Practice Preaching ALFRED MARTIN Bible, Greek JOHN MOSTERT Greek, Bible ELGIN S. MOYER Church History HELEN I. NEEDHAM English, French MORRIS E. NELSON Historical Geography, Physical Education, Christian Education RALPH B. PATTERSON Piano, Accordion LAWRENCE E PEARSON Blble Theology CHARLES F PFEIFFER Bible Hebrew R NATALIE RAGLAND Christian Education HELEN C. ' RENTSCHLER Christian Education IRVINE ROBERTSON Missions, Bible 4-Ib DAVID SMART DONALD G. PAUL - Music Theory, SMITH ROBINS N Composition, Speech, Hvmilelics Missionary Aviation Counterpoint Practice Preaching 'F' -71' ,x wk tx kxw , so J ..- 'G VIRGII.. E. SMITH Piano, Music Theory MARJORIE SPAIN English J. ARTHUR SPRINGER Bible l l i l n Faculty NATHAN J. STONE GLADYS MARY TALBOT GLADYS E. TAYLOR Jewish Missions Storytelling English HOWARD F. VOS Bible, Archaeology, Theology LON E. WILSON Horniletics, Speech, Practice Preaching KENNETH S. WUEST Greek, Bible AUSTIN G. ANDERSON Radio ROBERT E. MAYHEW Airframes and Power Plants WARREN E. PALMER Radio Technical Instructors ff"",'TP "7f"'-g.':,'L:3.,:ijv,. 'K' , U' if ' Q:-i?3iqqe:,:,'w Thug. .t F i.,.A:AQ'v 1, ' .1.,,.,,..,,, ROBERT M. RICH Aviation ROBERT L. STOCKLEY Aviation FRANKLIN E. SWAN Radio ALLAN LYNN WASHBURN Aviation PAUL M, WERTHEIMER Aviation PAUL E. SMAY Radio 1.1 FRANK J. CURRIE Personal Evangelism J. MAURICE DOBBINS Violin, Orchestra ARVILLA K. GARNER Christian Education GENE A. GETZ Christian Education MARY ALICE GOODRIDGE Piano DAVID S. GOTAAS Spanish ROBERT J. HEURLIN Dentistry TITUS JOHNSON Missionary Medical Instruction, Anatomy and Physiology PAUL E. ADOLPH Minor Surgexy I-IUBERT R. BATES Greek MARTHA E. BLIX Obstetric Nursing Home Nursing KENNETH O. BOUTON Bible Special WILLIAM M. LESSEL Duplicating Techniques JACOB MEDENDORP Bookkeeping STELLA M. MEYER Piano JANET MOON Physical Education Wm --v ,,.qr5FuT.I.-1-mypzrs run 1' l 5, f , I rw H, mm ' m m , I 1 MTW i'iw"'ww , I www w2ifi:1l I n ,pea 4 .,-1 '- - ,, .5-p-.gi-. ,nrskv-fi! 119 L g- 2 uf-V QV 6 AoXo5..." Instructors DOUGLAS R WEIKEL Brass JOHN F. WILSON Piano, Music Theory, Radio Broadcasting DONALD L. WISE Bible, Greek, Philosophy M. THOMAS WOODALL Piano GORDON A. SMITH Voice DOROTHY SYMONDS Voice ,H 1 ROBERT C. RAYFIELD LILLIAN H. ROBINSON Organ, Music Literature, Organ Service Playing RICHARD L. RUD WILLIAM F. SHORT Psychology Bible, Philosophy i.' 'A 29 I lp lv H, Lib,-b L Y V L X LUN 1' H" i .Li WY: w a DEAN SIPPEL, President RACHEL GREEN, Corresponding Secretary DIANE DINGMAN, Treasurer LORRAINE STELLING, Recording Secretary Class of '58 gggELgg'gf Flashing back from three exciting years at M.B.I. sparkle the highlights of our experience. We listen intently as England's Stephen Olford drives home the deeper life. Our happy eyes scan over the thank-you letter from Missionary Aviation Fellowship. . . praising God for the new hanger that student gifts have built. Ears perk as enthused spectators crowd the gym and scream delight as the favorites pound down another spike . . . and wide smiles reveal that we remember, too, those 9:30 Sweet Shop raids. Hearts quicken as strains of hi-fi music . . . flickering candlelight . . . and quiet chatting at the Junior-Senior Banquet come to mind. We see again shadows cast by crackling pine ailame . . . fire- side testimonies at Jack and Jill Ranch . . . an advance into physical and spiritual reinforcement. Senior Retreat, a powerful experience . . . not to be forgotten. Afterthoughts of the vibrant hallelujahs from Handel's Messiah stir our memories . . . young, strong voices . . . intense musical enjoyment. Events . . . these are just a few, just a sprinkling from three full years. Yet the perceiving eye discovers that behind these events . . . these years . . . lies something intangible . . . challenge. Challenge to demonstrate maturity! In our total school life-successes . . . failures . . . laughter and sadness-we have been expected to manifest maturity. And in the conflict of problems and pressures we have managed to catch a glimpse of real maturity. But it's just been a taste . . . Ahead we face the "university of life" and anticipate it with gratefulness for the past . . for these years . . . for these events. They've brought us closer to attaining maturity! Seniors AAMODT, OTTO RAY Missionary, Christian Education: Minot, North Dakota Missionary Union, Prayer Band John 20:21 ABRAHAM, ARTHUR General Bible: Fresno, California Intramural Sports II Timothy 4:7 ADAMS, JAMES W., JR. Christian Education: Kilgore, Texas Sophomore Class, President: Student Council: Missionary Union, Prayer Band II Timothy 1:9 ALDRIDGE, P. DAVID General Bible: Wheaton, Illinois Proverbs 3:5,6 ALVIS, MERILYN J. Missionary, Bible: Bloomington, Illinois Student Council John 10:4 1 AMBURGEY, LORNA L. General Bible: Sparta, Michigan Moody Chorale: Oratorio Chorus: Mis- sionary Union, Prayer Band Psalm 37:5 ANDERSON, ESTHER M. Christian Education: Buffalo, New York John 10:4 ANDERSON, RICHARD A. General Bible: Brooklyn, Michigan Christian Teachers' Fellowship: Intra- mural Sports Psalm 27: 14 ARMS, LAWRENCE W. Christian Education: Lapier, Michigan Psalm 37:5 ASHLAND, VIVIENE L. Christian Education: Zion, Illinois Oratorio Chorus II Corinthians 12:9 BABER, GLORIA L. Christian Education: Alexandria, Virginia Psalm 18:1 BACKERT, EARL C. Missionary: Ann Arbor, Michigan Romans 11:33-36 BADDORF, PATRICIA J. Christian Education-Music: Dillsburg, Pennsylvania Women's Glee Club Psalm 16:11 BARKEY, ERLE C. Missionary, Bible: Pickering, Ontario, Canada Moody Student, Copy Editor: Men's Glee Club Philippians 1:20,21 BAUGHMAN, A. GAY Christian Education: Downers Grove, Illinois Christian Education Club, Corresponding Secretary II Corinthians 12:9 BRADSHAW, VONDA L. General Bible and Christian Education: Wellington, Kansas Student Council: Women's Glee Club II Corinthians l2:9, 10 BROUSSARD, MEDRICK H. Pastor's: Tacoma, Washington Moody Student: Missionary Union, Prayer Band Galatians 1:10 BROWER, ALBERTA C. Christian Education: Fort Lauderdale, Florida Sophomore Class, Secretary - Treasurer: Moody Chorale: Oratorio Chorus: Organ Guild Jeremiah 33:3 BROWN, H. DALE Pastor's: Seattle, Washington Student Council, Resident Counselor: Chorale: Missionary Union, Prayer Band Philippians 3:10 BROWN, LARRY W. Sacred Music, Violin: Overland Park, Kansas Moody Chorale: Orchestra I Timothy 6:6 BROWN, VIOLA I. Missionary, Bible: Pembine, Wisconsin Oratorio Chorus Acts 20:24 BAUMANN, CLAYTON R. General Bible: Arlington Heights, Illinois Intramural Sports: Arch, Promotion Man- ager Proverbs 3:6 BEBOUT, PHYLLIS R. Christian Education: Chicago, Illinois Oratorio Chorus Philippians 3:10 BELLINGHAM, JOSEPH Pastor's: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Missionary Union, Prayer Band, Director of Special Activities Psalm 25: 14 BENNETT, VIRGINIA L. General Bible: Chicago, Illinois Junior Class, Recording Secretary: Mis- sionary Union, Prayer Band Philippians 3:10 BILLMAN, SHIRLEY J. Sacred Music, Piano: Wakarusa, Indiana Chorale: Oratorio Chorus: Missionary Union, Prayer Band Isaiah 26:3 BLANKENBAKER, LEE ANN General Bible: Calumet City, Illinois Oratorio Chorus Proverbs 3:5, 6 BOLTZ, MARY L. Christian Education: Hamburg, Pennsyl- vama Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus: Arch John 15:16 BOONE, NORMA L. Christian Education: Golden, Colorado Psalm 119:57 BOYD, PATRICIA L. Missionary, Bible: Pound, Wisconsin Oratorio Chorus: Nurses' Christian Fel- lowship, Secretary and Treasurer Philippians 3:13, 14 Seniors BRUNI, ERNEST Pastor's: Sarasota, Florida Student Council, Vice-President Psalm 32:8 BUCHHALTER, RUTH H. Jewish Missions: Detroit, Michigan Matthew 16:24 BURK, PAUL F. General Bible: Goodland, Kansas James 5:20 BURNS, JO ANN General Bible: Union Grove, Wisconsin Philippians 4:13 BUSSE, ALICE A. Missionary: Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Student Council: Oratorio Chorus Isaiah 43:1-3 CAIN, FRANCES A. Christian Education: Adel, Iowa Psalm 56:11 CAMPBELL, MARILYN A. Christian Education: Cisco, Illinois Women's Glee Club Psalm 25:12 CARPENTER, JOHN B. Pastor's: Bridgeport, Connecticut Moody Student, Sports Editor: Intramural Sports: Moody Chorale: Oratorio Cho- rus Psalm 37:5-7 CASKEY, MARGARET R. Missionary: Temple, Texas Student Council: Nurses' Christian Fel- lowship I Corinthians 1:30, 31 CHAMBERY, CHARLES I-I. General Bible: Rochester, New York Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Men's Glee Club I Peter 1:22 CHAPMAN, GARY D. Pastor's: China Grove, North Carolina Missionary Union, President, Deputation Team: Class Speaker Galatians 6:14 CHOISSER, DANIEL P. Missionary Technical, Radio: Highland, California Radio Club, Vice-President: Missionary Union, Prayer Band Romans 1:16 CLARIN, JOYCE J. General Bible: Menagha, Minnesota Oratorio Chorus Philippians 3:13, 14 CLEMENTS, PHYLLIS M. Christian Education: Cannelton, Indiana Arch: Student Council: Oratorio Chorus Galatians 2:20 CONRAD, ALYCE L. General Bible: Racine, Wisconsin John 4:34 DICKIE, C. AVIE Missionary, Christian Education: Albert- ville, Alabama Student Council, Treasurer: Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Oratorio Chorus Ephesians 2:13 DINGMAN, DIANE E. General Bible: Grand Rapids, Michigan Moody Chorale: Oratorio- Chorus: Christ- ian Teachers' Fellowship: Senior Class, Treasurer Psalm 37:23 DINWIDDIE, RICHARD D. Pastor's: Galesburg, Illinois Arch, Editor-in-Chief, Photography Editor: Moody Student, Rewrite Editor: Moody Chorale: Oratorio Chorus Zechariah 3:7 DOCHERTY, ROBERT K., II General Bible: Waltham, Massachusetts Moody Student, Editor-in-Chief: "And Myrrh", Director: Men's Glee Club Philippians 3:10 DOKES, JUNE A. Missionary, Biblical Language: Chicago, Illinois Christian Nurses' Fellowship: French Club DORSEY, HAROLD A. Pastor's: Silvis, Illinois Matthew 16:33 CONRAD, CAROLYN J. General Bible: Ladue, Missouri Moody Chorale: Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Philippians 1:20 CRAM, CARROLL V. Pastor's: Toledo, Iowa Missionary Union, Prayer Band Hebrews 6: 15 CRAM, DELORES L. CMrs. C. VJ Christian Education: Toledo, Iowa John 15:5 CREATHORNE, CAROL A. Christian Education: East Paterson, New Jersey Psalm 16:11 DAS, BENJAMIN P. General Bible: Hyderabad, India Missionary Union, Prayer Band Psalm 40:2, 3 DAVIS, MARILYN F. Christian Education: Youngstown, Ohio Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus John 3:30 DEAVEL, R. PHILIP Pastor's: South Bend, Indiana Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Oraf torio Chorus: Intramural Sports Psalm 84:11 DENNISON, JAMES M. Pastor's: Florence, New Jersey Junior Class, Vice-President: Student Council, Resident Counselor: Arch John 4: 14 DEREMER, MILDRED J. Christian Education: Ridgefield Park, New Jersey Student Council: Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Oratorio Chorus Psalm 34:11 Seniors DOUGHERTY, CHARLES P. General Bible: Brooklyn, New York Student Council, Secretary: Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Christian Educa- tion Club, Executive Committee Psalm 89:10-12 DUEZ, ROBERT C. Pastor's: Glen Richey, Pennsylvania Student Council Philippians 2:16 DURNER, LORABELLE M. Missionary, Modern Language: Arapahoe, Nebraska French Club, President: Women's Glee Club Psalm 37:5 EGNER, DAVID C. Pastor's: Muskegon, Michigan Arch: Men's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Philippians 3:10 ENGLISH, LOIS J. Christian Education-Music: Ithaca, New York Orchestra, Secretary: Women's Glee Club: Missionary Union, Deputation Team Philippians 3:10 ENGSTROM, MARGARET E. Missionary, Bible: Hobart, Indiana Oratorio Chorus I Thessalonians 5:24 EVERETT, JANICE D. Missionary, Bible: Haylield, Minnesota Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Nurses' Christian Fellowship: Women's Glee John 15:4 FAIRCHILD, CAROL J. Missionary, Christian Education: Johns- town, Pennsylvania Arch, Layout Editor: Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Oratorio Chorus Psalm l8:l, 2 FENTON, MARIEL E. Christian Education: Antigo, Wisconsin Women's Glee Club, Vice-President I Samuel 12:24 FILLMORE, PATRICIA A. Missionary, Bible: Detroit, Michigan Missionary Union, Prayer Band Secretary, Prayer Band: Nurses' Christian Fellow- ship John 10:16 FLORIO, ANTHONY Pastor's: Cornwall, New York I Samuel 12:24 FOLLIS, H. GENE Pastor's: Valparaiso, Indiana Moody Chorale, Vice-President: Oratorio Chorus: Intramural Sports: Senior Class, Vice-President Philippians 1:21 FORNEY, RUTH M. Missionary, Bible: Sterling, Illinois Nurses' Christian Fellowship, President: Oratorio Chorus I Corinthians 15:58 FULTON, WILLIAM M. Missionary, Bible: Grandview, Iowa Spanish Club: Intramural Sports Ecclesiastes 12:13-14 GARWOOD, DONNA D. Missionary, Christian Education: Burwell, Nebraska Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus II Timothy 1:9 GREEN, M. RACHEL General Bible: Findlay, Ohio Senior Class, Corresponding Secretary: Organ Guild: Class Speaker Psalm 27:1 GREENAWALT, BARBARA A. Missionary, Modern Language: Man- heim, Pennsylvania Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Spanish Club: Moody Chorale: Ora- torio Chorus I Chronicles 28:20 GRIFFIN, CHARLES D. Pastor's: Port Angeles, Washington Intramural Sports Proverbs 3:5, 6 GRIFFITH, PHYLLIS E. Missionary, Biblical Language: Detroit, Michigan Missionary Union, Corresponding Secre- tary: French Club, Secretary: Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Philippians 3:10 GRISWOLD, LEROY L. General Bible: Chillicothe, Illinois Intramural Sports Isaiah 26:3, 4 HAACK, NANCY J. Christian Education: Milwaukee, Wiscon- sin Moody Chorale, Oratorio Chorus Philippians 1:6 GEIMAN, ROBERT H. General Bible: Marshall, Michigan Student Council, Treasurer: Christian Ed- ucation Club, Executive Committee I Samuel 12:24 GERMAINE, RICHARD A. Missionary, Biblical Language: Flint, Michigan Missionary Union, Publicity Director, Prayer Band Philippians 416, 7 GETZ, LOREN L. Christian Education: Medaryville, Indiana Christian Education Club, Office Man- ager: Oratorio Chorus Hebrews 12:l, 2 GOETZ, LYNN H. Pastor's: Oakfield, New York Arch, Circulation Manager: Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Moody Cho- rale: Oratorio Chorus: Intramural Sports Isaiah 41:10 GOLDER, IVA L. General Bible: Arlington, Virginia Psalm 32:8 GORDON, ROBERT C. Missionary Technical, Aviation: Elgin, Illinois Junior Class, President: Radio Club: In- tramural Sports Proverbs 3:5, 6 GRAHAM, BEVERLY J. Christian Education: Lake Orion, Michi- gan Student Council Secretary: Organ Guild Joshua 1:9 GRAHAM, M. ENID Missionary: Wheaton, Illinois Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Women's Glee Club Isaiah 41:10 GRANT, RUTH Missionary, Bible: Chicago, Illinois Galatians 2:20 HAIGHT, ROBERT L. Christian Education: Flint, Michigan Il Corinthians 3:5 HALL, CHARLES L. Missionary, Modern Language: Marys- ville, Ohio Student Council, Secretary: Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Moody Chor- ale: Servicemen's Fellowship, Vice- Chairman: Oratorio Chorus Micah 6:8 HAMMAN, BARBARA J. Missionary, Christian Education: Elkhart, Indiana Arch, Copy Editor: Missionary Union: Prayer Band Isaiah 12:2 HARMON, VIRGINIA M. General Bible: Brazil, South America Spanish Club Psalm 2711, 14 HATRAK, DIANE E. Christian Education: Hammond, Indiana Oratorio Chorus Proverbs 325, 6 HELMAR, RUTH J. Christian Education-Music: Chicago, Illinois Moody Chorale: Oratorio Chorus: Mis- sionary Union, Deputation Team, Prayer Band Philippians 3:10 HENDERSON, WILLIAM A. Pastor's: Englewood, Colorado Intramural Sports Philippians 1:6 HERMAN, WAYNE L. Missionary, Biblical Language: Plainview, Minnesota Missionary Union, Deputation Team: In- tramural Sports Romans 13:14 HERREN, BARBARA A. Missionary, Christian Education: Plain- field, Illinois Missionary Union, Deputation Team Romans 8:32 HERSOM, MURIEL E. Missionary, Christian Education: Lebanon, Maine Proverbs 315, 6 HILL, DANIEL O. Sacred Music, Composition: St. Joseph, Michigan Moody Chorale: Organ Guild: Orchestra Isaiah 30: 15 HILL, HAZEL M. Christian Education: Chetek, Wisconsin Student Council: Organ Guild: Oratorio Chorus Philippians 1:20, 21 HOLCOMB, MARY J. Missionary, Christian Education: Han- cock, Wisconsin Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Psalm 31:15 HOLLINGER, PAUL R. Pastor's: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania Arch, Advertising Manager: Moody Chor- ale: Oratorio Chorus: Moody Student: Intramural Sports Nahum 1:7 HOLT, GILBERT F. General Bible: Jackson, Michigan Mark 10:27b JOSLIN, MARION J. fMrs. G. D.J Christian Education: Rhinelander, Wis- consin Student Council: Intramural Sports Nahum 1:7 JUSTUS, BARBARA J. Jewish Missions: Bozeman, Montana Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Nurses' Christian Fellowship, Vice-President: Oratorio Chorus Romans 11:33 KALB, GEORGE H. Missionary: Hartford, South Dakota Psalm 122:1, 2 KASSIK, JOAN M. tMrs. R. WJ Sacred Music, Organ: Alva, Oklahoma Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Organ Guildg Oratorio Chorus Romans 8:38, 39 KASSIK, RONALD W. Pastor's: Alva, Oklahoma Radio Club: Oratorio Chorus II Timothy 1:12 KATHAN, SHERRILL E. . Christian Education: Chicago, Illinois Junior Class, Corresponding Secretary: Student Council, Vice-President: Ora- torio Chorus Philippians 3:10 HORNSTEIN, ANN Christian Education: Winter Garden, Florida Arch, Associate Editor, Evening School Co-Editor Philippians 3:13, 14 HOUSTON, JOHN L. General Bible: River Forest, Illinois Arch Proverbs 3:5, 6 HUDSON, RICHARD C. Missionary Technical, Aircraft and Engine Maintenance: Rutland, Vermont Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Student Council Galatians 2:20 HUISMAN, RONALD D. Missionary, Biblical Language: Titonka, Iowa Student Council: Men's Glee Clubg Intra- mural Sports Philippians 4:13 JEALOUSE, RAYMOND H. Christian Education: Vancouver, B.C., Canada Romans 8:16-18 JOHNSON, ROY A. Sacred Music, Organ: Addison, Illinois Organ Guild, President: Oratorio Chorus Philippians 4:19 JONES, EVANGELINE R. Missionary, Modern Language: Bulfalo, New York Orchestra: Missionary Union, Deputation Team: French Club, Vice-President: Christian Education Club, Correspond- ing Secretary Romans 8:28 JORDHAMO, ANTHONY General Bible: Bridgeport, Connecticut Moody Student: Intramural Sports II Corinthians 4:6 JOSLIN, GARY D. Pastor's: Rhinelander, Wisconsin Intramural Sports Matthew 6:33 Seniors KATZENBERGER, WILLIAM T. Pastor's: North Tonawanda, New York Psalm 119:11 KEE, RALPH A. Missionary, Christian Education: Con- cord, New Hampshire Missionary Union, Deputation Team, Prayer Band: Intramural Sports Jeremiah 33:3 KEHL, MARY A. General Bible: Mt. Carroll, Illinois Psalm 37:5 KEMPER, E. BRUCE Christian Education: San Mateo, Cali- fornia Student Council: Intramural Sports I John 2:6 KEMPSTON, PATRICIA A. Christian Education-Music: Tacoma, Washington Student Council: Missionary Union, De- putation Team: Moody Chorale, Secre- tary: Oratorio Chorus Philippians 2: 13 KISNER, KATHLEEN A. Missionary, Bible: Toledo, Ohio Radio Club, Secretary: Organ Guild: Ora- torio Chorus John 15:16 KLAASSEN, SILAS M. Missionary, Bible: Kansas City, Missouri Philippians 3:10 LAHAIE, LYNN D. Pastor's: Spokane, Washington Student Council Proverbs 3:5, 6 LANDRUM, PAUL A. Pastor's: Lake Orion, Michigan I Corinthians 2:2 LASSE, PHILIP C. Missionary: Belgian Congo, Africa Arch, Art Editor: Moody Chorale I Timothy 6:17 LENZ, ROBERT W. Missionary, Biblical Language: Hoboken New Jersey Student Council, Missionary Union, De- putation Team: Men's Glee Club Philippians 4:19 LINDVIG, JOAN H. General Bible: Genoa City, Wisconsin Student Council Proverbs 6:22 LINING, ALFRED General Bible: Rochester, New York Philippians 3:10 LONEY, RODERICK N. A. Pastor's: San Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. Joshua 1:7, 8 LONEY, SYLVIA E. CMrs. R. N. A.J Christian Education: San Fernando, Trin- idad, B.W.I. Colossians 1:18 MARKLEY, ALICE A. General Bible: Augusta, Kansas Isaiah 25:1 MARSH, ROBERT L. General Bible: Hollis, L. I., New York Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Oratorio Chorus John 3:30 MARTIN, MARY M. Christian Education: West Branch, Michi- gan Arch, Evening School Editor: Christian Teachers' Fellowship: Christian Educa- tion Club, Executive Committee: Mis- sionary Union, Prayer Band, Deputation Team II Corinthians 5:14, 15 MASON, JAMES B. Pastor's: Belfast, North Ireland Missionary Union, Vice-President: Prayer Band: Intramural Sports I Chronicles 28:20 MATRAU, MARILYN J. Christian Education: Indianapolis, Indiana Jeremiah 9:24 MCCULLOUGH, BARBARA J. Christian Education: North Platte, Ne- braska Student Council: Organ Guild: Oratorio Chorus Philippians 3:10 LONG, DONALD L. General Bible: Elkhart, Indiana John 10:1Ob LONG, KATHRYN L. Christian Education: Muscatine, Iowa Student Council, Oratorio Chorus Psalm 32:8 LOSEY, ROSE M. Christian Education: La Moille, Illinois Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Women's Glee Club Proverbs 3:5, 6 LUCE, DUANE R. Missionary, Christian Education: Wayne, Michigan Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Spanish Club: Intramural Sports MACPHAIL, MYRLE A. Christian Education: Braintree, Massachu- setts Ephesians 2:8 MAKIL, GASPAR A. Pastor's: Bauguen, Ilocos Sur, Philippines Philippians 2:l2b, 13 MANNON, T. THOMAS Missionary, Christian Education: Chicago, Illinois Arch: Moody Student: French Club Psalm 119: ll MAMROSH, MICHAEL Pastor's: Dolgeville, New York Student Council: Intramural Sports Romans 1:16, 17 MARCHAK. EDITH J. Christian Education: East Paterson, New Jersey Student Council John 3:30 Seniors McDERMOTT, THOMAS W. Pastor's: Wickersham, Washington Moody Chorale, Student Council: Ora- torio Chorus Acts 20:24 MCGARRAHAN, JAMES C. Christian Education-Music: Zion, Illinois Christian Education Club, Vice-President Hebrews 12:1, 2 McLENNAN, R. JOSEPH Missionary Technical, Aviation: Everett, Washington Philippians 1:20 McMILLlN, EDWARD E., JR. Pastor's: Wampum, Pennsylvania Intramural Sports Psalm 37:5 MILLER, CHARLES L. Pastor's: Oblong, Illinois MILLER, SIDNEY A., JR. Pastor's: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Servicemen's Fellowship, Chairman John 5.24 MOON, JAMES I. General Bible: Los Angeles, California Student Council I Peter 5:10 MOONEY, SHIRLEY S. Missionary, Bible: Muskegon, Michigan Nurses' Christian Fellowship, Secretary- Treasurer: Oratorio Chorus II Corinthians 4:7 MORGAN, RICHARD D. Missionary Technical, Aviation: Summit, Illinois Intramural Sports John 17:20, 21 MORRIS, JANET E. Christian Education: Sandusky, Michigan Missionary Union, Deputation Team Philippians 3:10 MORRIS, MALCOLM S. Pastor's: Ballachulish, Scotland Moody Chorale: Moody Student, Oratorio Chorus: Intramural Sports Psalm 27:4, 5 MOST, GLORIA E. Missionary, Christian Education: Green- field, Massachusetts Arch: Student Council: Oratorio Chorus II Samuel 15:26b NELSON, HELEN J. Christian Education: Chicago, Illinois Student Council, Moody Student: Wom- en's Glee Club Psalm 32:8 NIKOLICH, NATALIE V. General Bible: Gary, Indiana Isaiah 43:1b-3a O'BARR, FRIEDA L. Christian Education: Valparaiso, Indiana Moody Chorale: Oratorio Chorus II Corinthians 4:6, 7 PETER, JOHN P. Pastor's: Drayton Plains, Michigan Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Oratorio Chorus Psalm 8:1 PETERSON, JEAN L. Missionary, Modern Language: Muscatine, Iowa Missionary Union, Recording Secretary, Deputation Team, Prayer Band: Student Council: Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Philippians 426, 7 PFIESTER, EDWARD J. Pastor's: Hammond, Indiana Acts 17:28 POAST, DAVID N. Pastor's: Freeport, Illinois Orchestra: Oratorio Chorus: Intramural Sports Psalm 46:10 POLLOCK, DAVID G. Missionary, Biblical Language: Hinton, West Virginia Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Intra- mural Sports Philippians 3:7-9 PUZEY, M. RUTH General Bible: Catlin, Illinois Student Council Psalm 16:11 O'HALLORAN, SYLVIA M. Sacred Music, Voice: Lapeer, Michigan Moody Chorale: Oratorio Chorus: Mis- sionary Union, Deputation Team Psalm 32:8 OSTERHUS, DAVID W. Missionary Technical, Aviation: Robbins- dale, Minnesota Orchestra Psalm 32:8 OTTERSEN, ROGER W. General Bible: Michigan City, Indiana Christian Education Club Proverbs 3:5, 6 PAIGE, JOAN E. General Bible: Concord, New Hampshire Student Council: Missionary Union, De- putation Team Proverbs 3:5, 6 PARISH, OLIVER J. Pastor's: Chicago, Illinois Missionary Union, Prayer Band John 12:26 PEARSON, KENNETH O. General Bible: Elkhart, Indiana Orchestra: Men's Glee Club: Moody Student, Layout Editor Titus 3:5 PENT, BENJAMIN A. General Bible: Asheville, North Carolina Missionary Union, Prayer Band Psalm 16.11 PERCY, E. JEAN General Bible: Lancaster, Pennsylvania Philippians 3:10 PERKINS, JAMES D. Pastor's: Lebanon, New Hampshire Psalm 12626 Seniors QUICK, GAROLD R. Pastor's: Ankeny, Iowa Student Council: Men's Glee Club Romans 12:1, 2 RANDALL, CHARLES D. General Bible: Oshkosh, Wisconsin Proverbs 3:5, 6 RENFROE, BARBARA A. Christian Education: North Platte, Ne- braska Psalm 31:14, 15a REYNOLDS, R. SHIRLEY Missionary: Capetown, South Africa Student Council, President, Resident Counselor: Junior Class, Treasurer: Missionary Union, Prayer Band, De- putation Team: Women's Glee Club Job 23:14 RICE, DONALD L. General Bible: Rose City, Michigan Men's Glee Club Philippians 4:13 ROBBINS, RAYMOND 0. General Bible: Lowville, New York Romans 1:16, 17 ROBERTSON, JOHN T. Missionary Technical, Radio: McCalla, Alabama Radio Club: Arch Proverbs 16:3 ROBINSON, MARY ANN Christian Education: Springfield, Mass- achusetts Student Council: Missionary Union, Prayer Band John 15:16 ROOD, JOHN M. Christian Education: Perry, Michigan Men's Glee Club II Corinthians 4:7 M., 1' ,J ,ff ,A ROSS, NEIL C. General Bible: New London, Ohio Student Council Galatians 2:20 RUBY, GLENN B. Christian Education: Villa Park, Illinois Moody Chorale: Oratorio Chorus John 15:16 RUDOLPH, ROBERT J. General Bible: Rudyard, Michigan Moody Student, Intramural Sports Psalm 97:10 RUOSS, SY LVIA A. General Bible: New Holland, Pennsyl- vania Arch: Student Council: Moody Chorale: Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Proverbs 3:5, 6 RUSH, ROBERT E. Pastor's: Havertown, Pennsylvania Student Council: Missionary Union, Trea- surer, Prayer Band II Corinthians 4:3 RUSSEL, JOAN G. Christian Education: Port Huron, Mich- igan Oratorio Chorus Psalm 28:7 SEYMOUR, FRANK M. Missionary Technical, Radio: Schenectady, New York Radio Club: Men's Glee Club II Corinthians 3:18 SHERBECK, CARL H. Pastor's: Shiocton, Wisconsin Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Men's Glee Club I Thessalonians 5:24 SHERMAN, JANICE E. Missionary. Christian Education: Amster- dam, New York Moody Student, Copy Editor: French Club Joshua 1:7, 9 SIDDALL, MARY A. General Bible: Markesan, Wisconsin Isaiah 26:3 SIPPEL, DEAN L. Missionary, Biblical Language: Galesburg, Illinois Senior Class, President: Student Council: Moody Chorale: Arch: Intramural Sports Psalm 19:14 SIPPEL, RUTH J. f Mrs. D. LJ Missionary, Christian Education: Gales- burg, Illinois Student Council: Arch, Business Manager: Women's Glee Club: Intramural Sports II Corinthians 2:14, 15 RYMAN, RICHARD L. Pastor's: Chicago, Illinois Moody Student: Men's Glee Club I John 2:5 RYON, GEORGE R., JR. Missionary Technical, Radio: Havertown, Pennsylvania Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Radio Club Psalm 84: 10, 11 SABIN, H. DAVID Pastor's: Pontiac, Illinois Men's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Proverbs 3:5, 6 SAMMONS, FREDERICK E. Pastor's and General Bible: Muskego, Wisconsin Philippians 2:16 SCHAD, LA RUE Christian Education-Music: Hudson, Illinois Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Or- gan Guild: Men's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Romans 1211, 2 SCHAFER, NANCY M. Christian Education: Auburn, New York Student Council, Resident Counselor: Christian Teachers' Fellowship, Secre- tary-Treasurer: Oratorio Chorus Joshua 1:8 SCHMUTZER, DUANE E. Missionary, Bible: Falls City, Nebraska Men's Glee Club I Corinthians 9:16 SCHOULTZ, FRANCES G. Missionary, Modern Language: San An- tonio, Texas Joshua 1:8 SCOTT, H. ORVILLE General Bible: Fredericton, N. B., Can- ada Intramural Sports Romans 8:28 Seniors SISCHO, WILLIAM R. Missionary, Biblical Language: North Street, Michigan Arch, Treasurer Titus 3:5 SKEIE, ROBERT T. Pastor's: Ames, Iowa Oratorio Chorus: Intramural Sports II Peter 3:14 SLATER, EUGENE A. Pastor's: Tacoma, Washington Arch, Photography Editor: Moody Stu- dent, Photographer: Men's Glee Club Philippians 4:6, 7 SMITH, JERRY D. Missionary Technical, Aviation: Redondo Beach, California Missionary Union, Deputation Team Ephesians 2:10 SNYDER, BRUCE H. Pastor's: South Bend, Indiana Student Council, President, Vice-President Ephesians 3:20 SPRIK, JEANETTE F. Sacred Music, Piano: Detroit, Michigan Moody Chorale: Orchestra: Oratorio Chorus Psalm 32:8 ST. JOHN, D. MARTIN Missionary Technical, Aviation: Palatine Bridge, New York Intramural Sports Philippians 4:6 STEARNS, DAVID M. Missionary, Bible: Verona, New Jersey Intramural Sports I Peter 5:7 STELLING, LORRAINE R. Christian Education: Mahtomedi, Min- nesota Senior Class, Recording Secretary: Arch: Missionary Union, Deputation Team Proverbs 3:5, 6 STOWERS, JACK S. General Bible: Boulder, Colorado Missionary Union: Radio Club Philippians 1:20, 21 STRABEL, PRISCILLA M. Christian Education-Music: Scottdale Pennsylvania Moody Chorale: Arch: Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Orchestra, Vice-Pres- ident Psalm 37:5 STUTESMAN, PHILIP A. Missionary, Biblical Languae: Tecumseh, Michigan Student Council Romans 8:1, 2 SUDO, TIMOTHY M. Pastor's: Yokohama, Japan Philippians 4:6 SWANK, ANNE B. Missionary, Bible: Lancaster, Pennsylvania French Club, Vice-President: Missionary Union, Prayer Band: Oratorio Chorus Psalm 40:5 SWEATMAN, GARETH T. Pastor's: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Student Council: Christian Education Club, Treasurer Romans 4:20, 21 VINING, GEDNEY L. Sacred Music, Organ: Binghamton, New York Organ Guild: Oratorio Chorus John 15:5 VOLKMANN, ARTHUR D. Pastor's: Juneau, Wisconsin Isaiah 58:10-12 WADE, H. ELAINE Christian Education: Grand Junction, Colorado Student Council, Resident Counselor: Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus Psalm 18:4 WAGGENER, DORA L. Missionary, Christian Education: Jackson, Mississippi Moody Student: Missionary Union, De- putation Team: Oratorio Chorus Psalm 45:13 WALTERS, ROBERT D. Christian Education-Music: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Moody Chorale: Men's Glee Club: Ora- torio Chorus: Intramural Sports Acts 20:24 WARD, RAYMOND A. Missionary, Christian Education: St. Vin- cent, Minnesota Men's Glee Club Romans 5:1 SWENSON, EVELYN A. Christan Education-Music: Warsaw, Illinois Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus I Chronicles 28:20 SWENSON, M. JANET Missionary, Bible: Ortonville, Minnesota Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Arch: Women's Glee Club, Vice-Pres- ident Philippians 1:20 TEELA, ROBERT L. Pastor's: Chicago, Illinois Christian Education Club, President, Vice- President I Chronicles 16:11 TETSCH, FREDERICK L. Missionary Technical, Aviation: San Benito, Texas Student Council Isaiah 26:3 THOLL, JANE T. Christian Education: Hampton, Virginia Student Council Psalm 27:14 ULVELING, CHARLES N. Pastor's: Aroma Park, Illinois Hebrews 7:25 VALLONE, MARY L. General Bible: Racine, Wisconsin Student Council: Oratorio Chorus Hebrews 12:1, 2 VARGA, MARY J. Missionary, Bible: Chippewa Falls, Wis- consin Spanish Club John 15:16 VERMILLION, LINDA E. Christian Education: Mendota, Illinois Missionary Union, Deputation Team Psalm 37:4, 5 WARDELL, JUDITH A. Christian Education: Pontiac, Michigan Oratorio Chorus Proverbs 3:5, 6 WARNER, CAROLYN A. Missionary, Bible: Springfield, Missouri Missionary Union, Deputation Secretary, Deputation Team: Nurses' Christian Fellowship, Secretary-Treasurer: Moody Chorale: Oratorio Chorus Psalm 27:1 WEISS, MARILYN J. Missionary, Biblical Language: Lincoln, Nebraska Moody Student: Hebrew Club Job 23:14 WESTPHAL, ELIZABETH B. Missionary, Modern Language: Seattle, Washington French Club: Women's Glee Club, Pres- identg Oratorio Chorus Hebrews l2:1, 2 WESTPHAL, FRED A. Pastor's: Little Falls, Minnesota Intramural Sports Ephesians 1:11, 12 WEYHE, MARGARET L. General Bible: Olean, New York Missionary Union, Deputation Team: Ora- torio Chorus Colossians 3:1 WICKSTROM, JANET E. Christian Education: Rhinelander, Wis- consin Oratorio Chorus Romans 11:33 WIGGERS, KENNETH N. Missionary Technical, Aviation: Clymer New York Ecclesiastes 12:13, 14 WILLIAMS, NANCY A. Missionary, Christian Education: Water- man, Illinois Junior Class, Treasurer: Student Council: Missionary Union, Prayer Band, Special Affairs Secretary Jeremiah 32:27 WISE, KENNETH E. General Bible: Missoula, Montana John 15:16 WISSINGER, JACQUELYN E. Christian Education: Ypsilanti, Michigan Moody Student: Intramural Sports Micah 6:8 WITMAN, NANCY L. Christian Education: Manheim, Pennsyl- vania Student Council, Resident Counselor Psalm 37:5 WOODWARD, GEORGE A. Missionary Technical, Aviation: New Richmond, Wisconsin Philippians 4:13, 14 WORLEIN, LORENA E. Christian Education: Minneapolis, Min- nesota Women's Glee Club: Oratorio Chorus I Corinthians 10:31 WORTH, BERNICE C. Christian Education: Malden, Massachu- setts Moody Student Philippians 3:10 WRIGHT, ELLEN V. Missionary, Bible: Chicago, Illinois Psalm 34:9 WYZGALA, ALISON E. Christian Education-Music: Chicago, Illinois Oralorio Chorus John 14:27 YAXLEY, F. ROBERTA Sacred Music, Piano: Skokie, Illinois Sophomore Class, Vice President, Corres- ponding Secretaryg Missionary Union Prayer Band: Oratorio Chorus Isaiah 42:6 YOUNG, MYRON W. General Bible: Barron, Wisconsin Philippians 4:6, 7 ZEHR, PHYLLIS J. Missionary, Modern Language: Normal Illinois Spanish Club Isaiah 41:10 PITTMAN, J. EDWARD Missionary: Hermosa Beach, California I John 3:1-3 dn' ,swf VEQW-W W " '-F' Y 1 GUN SMOKE Senior Retreat Hey! Hey! good lookin' Dr. James M. Pfeiffer n ' 1 I Senior Retreat if 4 5 if FJ 47 uf 1 P .-f' 'ie 3 mm. ...L 'g - sm' - M -:- 'ff . 'Aff' M Classes A brief aside . . . "4'W35', -rf I 910.1 we-'f 52 ur w ,-nk Y " Fx?2iguT','f : "i - A " Jw "lj V' MEAL, , , . M., . . ,.3.m-mL--:ff- -'lf' Studying . . ffllxtatllf 1 X Co-operatin g Listening Teaching . . . 9? ir' - una W . V ww-'vm . R lf, Lf' ,,,J'Lilpg, Radio Aviation Feathering the prop Moody Wooddale Airport 7 MQW ,N ?f JACK LX LES, President DORAN EDWARDS, Vice-President WARREN HORNUNG, Parliamentarian DAVID MOUW, Treasurer X JUDY IMHOF, Corresponding Secretary EDYTH TRETHEWEY, Recording Secretary Class of '59 Between the freshman's unsteady world of "first times", and the senior's heart-tugging world of "never again", spins the exhilarating universe of . . . the junior. The welcoming of the Retreat-returning Seniors . . . the outdoor atmosphere of the colorful Junior party, "Fall Nut Hunt" . . . the imaginative "Woodland" theme of the Junior-Senior banquet. Efficiency, capability, eifectiveness, and enthusiasm mark the Junior Class. Behind each activity is their desire that "In all things, He might have the pre-eminence". f iuniors ACKERMAN, KENNETH J. Sawyer, Michigan ADAMS, MARION L. Winona, Mississippi ALBRECHT, ROSALEE Plymouth, Indiana ALLEN, CHARLES W. Panama City, Florida ALLEN, KEITH G. Christiana, Jamaica, B.W.I. ALLEN, WARREN W. Crawfordsville, Indiana AMBROSE, LINCOLN S. Rochester, New York APP, DAVID W. Elgin, Illinois APPLE, MARVIN D. Altoona, Pennslyvania ARMSTRONG, CAROLYN A. Saginaw, Minnesota AUSTIN, LEONARD E. Corry, Pennslyvania BAILEY, HERBERT L. Toledo, Ohio BAKKE, RAYMOND I. Deming, Washington BALDWIN, LARRY E. Oak Forest, Illinois BARBER, H. WILLIAM San Jose, California BARBER, JERIEL M. Englewood, Colorado BARCANIC, TORREY G. Chicago, Illinois BARNES, BILL J. Union Grove, Wisconsin BATES, JAMES Westwood, New Jersey BEATY, HAROLD L. Avon, Illinois BEITER, DON R., III Pasadena, California BELL, FORREST E. La Grange, Indiana BENNETT, RAYMOND R. Windom, Minnesota BERRY, REID B. Windom, Minnesota BICKEL, BARBARA V. Garrett, Indiana BILDERBACK, SUE E. Denver, Colorado BINGHAM, ANITA C. Jackson, Mississippi BLANKENBAKER, AUDREY C Calumet City, Illinois BOGGESS, JAQUITA L. Prairie Village, Kansas BOWER, JOHN D. Bagley, Minnesota BOWER, VIVIAN M. Jackson, Michigan BOWERS, TERRANCE R. Muskegon, Michigan BOYETTE, MRS. MARY H. Harvey, Illinois BRACK, RAYMOND G. Salina, Kansas BRADY, RONALD J. Chetek, Wisconsin BURDETT, MARTHA L. Akron, Ohio CALDWELL, JAMES B. Lowell, Arizona CALDWELL, MARGARET A Curwensville, Pennsylvania CARLSEN, JEAN M. Maiden Rock, Wisconsin CARLSON, RUTH L. Casper, Wyoming CARNES, CHARLES E. Melbourne, Florida CECIL, DARLENE G. Elizabeth, Colorado CLARK, DOROTHY Alliance, Ohio CLARK, JACK L. Deerfield, Michigan CLARK, REBA E. Otsego, Michigan CODD, CAROLYN D. Rochester, New York CONDREAY, DAVID F. Maguon, Illinois CONDRON, THOMAS R. Marion, Ohio COOPER, JACQUELYN E. West Newton, Massachusetts CORKISH, THOMAS G. Denver, Colorado COX, J. STANLEY Dundas, Ontario, Canada CRAFT, JEAN W. Michigan City, Indiana CURRY, HUBERT E. McKeesport, Pennsylvania DAS, IRIS fMrs. BJ Bangalore, India DAVENPORT, LYNDON L. Diagonal, Iowa DAVIDHIZAR, JANICE R. Hollsopple, Pennsylvania luniors DAVIES, DORIS M. Pontiac, Michigan DAVIS, CURTIS H. Findley, Ohio DAVIS, LAWRENCE P. Wheaton, Illinois DEAN, GEORGE A. Spring Lake, Michigan DODGE, ANN G. Dumont, New Jersey DOEBLER, ROY W. Lansing, Michigan DOUD, BRIAN D. Mansfield, Pennsylvania DRACUP, MARION G. Seattle, Washington DUNGY, ROBERT E. Ferndale, Michigan EDWARDS, DORAN J. Croydon, Pennsylvania EGLI, HELEN J. New Salem, North Dakota FARMER, CARLEY B. Norwood, Ohio FEGELY, FRANCES M. Coopersburg, Pennsylvania FENTON, KENNETH L. Antigo, Wisconsin FINK, WILMA L. Freeport, Illinois FINKBEINER, E. MARIE Wayland, Michigan FORRESTER, GEORGE W. Deckerville, Michigan FORSTNER, RUTH M. Kalamazoo, Michigan FRAILEY, GEORGE H. Brentwood, New York FRAILEY, NELLIE QMrs. GJ Brentwood, New York FREER, FAITH L. Wheaton, Illinois FUNK, JOYCE I. Bedford, Ohio GALLEY, JUDITH M. West Seneca, New York GILLILAND, BARBARA G.- Van Wert, Ohio GILMER, ALICIA G. Wyandotte, Michigan GLEASON, CONNIE E. Uniontown, Pennsylvania GOERTZ, KAROLYN K. Wichita, Kansas GOLZ, R. LUDWIG Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada GRAHL, SYLVIA K. Freeport, Illinois GRANNAS, CLAUDE E. Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania GRAY, PAUL Tucson, Arizona GRENDA, JANET M. Bayonne, New Jersey GRISWOLD, AUDREY R. Corning, New York HAHN, LOVICE L. Loganville, Wisconsin HAMM, WILLIAM E. Bloomington, Indiana HANSON, MARCIA M. Union Grove, Wisconsin HANUSCH, ALBERT Sodus, Michigan HARMS, SONJA O. Blooming Prairie, Minnesota HARRINGTON, JOAN K. Lyons, Kansas HASKINS, JO ANN Tyler, Texas HAWBAKER, BERNETHA S. Minburn, Iowa HEDGES, PAUL E. Ft. Wayne, Indiana HENRY, CHARLES D. Ames, Iowa HETER, THOMAS M. Mission, Kansas HILLMAN, JUDITH A. Franklin Furnace, Ohio HIX, JUDYTI-I A. Houston, Texas HOOBYAR, ROBERT W. Redondo Beach, Califomia HOOVER, JANICE M. Huntington, West Virginia HOPKINS, JOSEPH G. Spray, North Carolina HOPKINS, LARRY D. Bryan, Ohio HORNUNG, WARREN G. Cost, Texas I-IORTON, JOSEPH Knoxville, Tennessee HOYMAN, E. JANE Acme, Pennsylvania HUBER, LESTER E. Billings, Montana HUDSON, FREIDA O. Bumettsville, Indiana HUFNAGEL, DANIEL Valleyview, Alberta, Canada Iuniors HUNT, BEVERLEY J. Osgoode, Ontario, Canada IDE, KEN Tokyo, Japan IMHOF, JUDY A. Racine, Wisconsin IRVIN, NANCY L. South Bend, Indiana JANTZ, B. COREAN West Plains, Missouri JEFFERIES, ROBERT C. Newport, Pennsylvania JOHNSON, ANNE E. Memphis, Tennessee JOHNSON, CECILIA G. Memphis, Tennessee KELSHEIMER, RUTH A. Clinton, Indiana KEMP, MARGARET A. Pontiac, Michigan KESSLER, PEARL M. Waterloo, Indiana KIMBLE, MARY E. Rochester, New York KITTREDGE, NORMAN M. Chicago, Illinois LABORDE, GLORIA M. Minneapolis, Minnesota LEACH, BETTY M. Jellico, Tennessee LEIGH, MERTON B. Mt. Vernon, Washington LEE, ALLAN R. Nassau, N.P., Bahamas LEE, CAROL J. Chetek, Wisconsin LEE, CATHERINE M. Bagley, Minnesota LEMASTER, DONALD W. Indianapolis, Indiana LILLEY, HOWARD J. Lapeer, Michigan LINE, STANLEY E. Carlisle, Pennsylvania LLOYD, JOHN W. Elgin, Illinois LONGMAN, RACHEL E. Palatine, Illinois LOYD, JOAN C. Ft. Morgan, Colorado LUECK, PHILIP E. Mineola, New York LUHN, SHIRLEY J. Robertson, Missouri LYLE, ERNEST L., III Orlando, Florida 5 Q LYLES, JACK B. Lumberton, North Carolina LYON, GRACE E. Mombasa, East Africa MACDONALD, GEORGE E. West Frankfort, Illinois MACLEOD, DAVID M. Wheaton, Illinois MAISEL, RODNEY A. Langdon, North Dakota MARCY, PAUL S. Leverett, Massachusetts MARSHALL, STEPHEN J. Tarrytown, New York MATHIAS, JAMES A. Uniontown, Pennsylvania MATTHEWS, GEORGE E. Jackson, Michigan MCBURNEY, ANNA M. Normal, Illinois McCAULEY, JOHN W. Salem, Virginia MCCOURT, MICHAEL Redondo Beach, California MCLEOD, ALICE J. Hayward, Wisconsin McMICHAEL, ELLWOOD E. Alanson, Michigan MCROSTIE, JONATHAN S. Kansas City, Missouri MEGINLEY, NEVA E. Sparta, Michigan MEHNERT, DAVID B. Averill Park, New York MEYER, HERMAN C. Des Plaines, Illinois MILLER, JANICE K. Gas City, Indiana MILLER, MYRON M. Niles, Michigan MILLER, ROSCOE M. Blakesburg, Iowa MOORE, ANIT A Niagara Falls, New York MOORES, LUCILLE M. Olalla, Washington MOUW, DAVID J. Clifton, New Jersey MULLINS, JUDITH K. Lansing, Michigan MURPHY, SHARON L. Racine, Wisconsin NIENKIRCHEN, BEVERLEY A. Pembroke, Ontario, Canada NINNEMANN, GAIL I. Palatine, Illinois Juniors NORDLAND, ELIZABETH A. Oak Park, Illinois NOYES, MARILYN A. Newburyport, Massachusetts OGLESBY, MARY E. Chicago, Illinois OXNER, EDWIN S. Tucson, Arizona PAIGE, RICHARD L., Jr. Concord, New Hampshire PATERNOSTER, IVAN C. London, England PAYNE, BERNARD L. Brookfield, Missouri PENROD, ROBERT F. De Graff, Ohio PERRY, NATHANIEL C., Jr. Baltimore, Maryland PETERS, PHYLLIS J. Three Rivers, Michigan PHILGREEN, VIVIAN J. Kansas City, Missouri POST, CLARA D. Redding, California POWELL, ARLEE L. Jamestown, New York POWERS, EILEEN South Bend, Indiana RAMPLEY, EVELYN M. Plymouth, Illinois REDMAN, ROBERT C. Romeo, Michigan REDMOND, JOHN D. Hendersonville, North Carolina REMPEL, SHIRLEY R. Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada RICKERT, TOM E. Chicago, Illinois RIDDLE, WANDA P. Tallmadge, Ohio ROGERS, CLELL M., Jr. Venice, California ROOT, GERALD H. Dayton, Ohio ROTH, PATRICIA J. Des Plaines, Illinois ROUTH, BETTIE M. New Albany, Indiana SAUER. ROBERT L. Kingsport, Tennessee SCHAFER, ARLENE J. New Lisbon, Wisconsin SCHINKEL, RUTH H. Berrien Springs, Michigan SCHRAMM, LOUIS J. Romeo, Michigan sie ya ,Mm SCHROCK, MARTHA J. Deer Creek, Illinois SHELDRAKE, JAMES W. Lawrence, Michigan SIEDSCHLAG, BETTY A. Monroe, Wisconsin SMART, ROBERT W. Atchison, Kansas SMITH, SAMUEL J. Westfield, Indiana SMITH, STANLEY E. Wheaton, Illinois SMITH, VIRGINIA S. fMrs. S. EJ Wheaton, Illinois SPRINGER, MOLLY O. Seattle, Washington STARR, KEITH M. Lapeer, Michigan STEPHENS, BARBARA R. South Bend, Indiana STEPHENS, SANDRA J. Michigan City, Indiana STIER, JOAN G. Chicago, Illinois STINE, BONNIE B. Adel, Iowa STUDER, BETTY J. Eureka, Illinois TAIT, FRANCES D. Chicago, Illinois TAYLOR, PATRICIA B. Memphis, Tennessee TELLOYAN, SAMUEL P. Chicago, Illinois TERRY, SANDRA J. Springfield, Massachusetts THOMPSON, DALE N. Adrian, Michigan TIMMRECK, JOANNE C. Berrien Center, Michigan TRENT, VERA J. Marion, Ohio TRETHEWEY, EDYTH A. South Bend, Indiana VALENTOUR, JAMES C. Stearns, Kentucky VANCE, JAMES W. Ogden, Utah VANDENBERG, LEE Grand Blanc, Michigan VANDENBERG, MARY LOU Grand Rapids, Michigan VAN HORN, PAUL R. Zanesville, Ohio VAN VLEET, MYRTLE A. Hoisington, Kansas "Q luniors VARGA, CAROLYN R. Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin VER STRATE, BARBARA L. Byron Center, Michigan VONK, BETTY L. Hudsonville, Michigan WADE, EDITH M. Akron, Ohio WALKER, PAUL B. Burlington, Iowa WAWERZIN, JESSIE H. Menominee, Michigan WEIANDT, STEPHEN P. Marcellus, Michigan WETZSTEIN, ELEANOR M. Waseca, Minnesota WEYHE, CAROL J. Olean, New York WEYLAND, SANDRA L. West Newton, Massachusetts WHALEY, HOWARD A. Florence, Wisconsin WHITE, ELLEN L. Amarillo, Texas WILKE, BERNARD P. Wausaw, Wisconsin WILKENS, CHARLOTTE N. Leoti, Kansas WILKIN, CAROL A. Maple Park, Illinois WILLIAMS, ALTON E. Delavan, Wisconsin WILLIAMS, DALE R. Peoria, Illinois WILSON, BETTY G. Whiting, Indiana WILSON, DAVID A. Minneapolis, Minnesota WINN, JAMES R. Grand Rapids, Michigan WINZER, JAMES R. Augusta, Kansas WRIGHT, ROBERT J. Detroit, Michigan YOCKEY, DOLORES I. Worthington, Pennsylvania 5 . .V H1019 wj df, W -f' i .i J if fi ,, iv, if J - in af I i ff N t C WC, W.. Sails...-lik TN V -A L , I , They'l1 do xt every time. ' ABRAHAM, MARY L. ADAMS, GLENNA J. AGNELL, NANCY L. AKENS, WENDELL H. ALDRIDGE, GLENN B. ALLOCK, LA LONNA B. ALLEN, RUTH E. ALLFORD, J UANITA R. AMEY, GARY R. ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ARTHUR E JANET M. J. MARIE JESSIE L. NANCY J. ANDERSON, RONALD E. ANDREWS, JESSE L. ARNETT, LITA J. ARNOLD, CHARLES .A. AUBERT, MADELINE R. AUSTIN, CLYDE L. BAKER, RONALD L. BALIUS, GARY BALLAGH, MILDRED R. BARCHUK, GLORIA BARNES, NANCY A. BARNETT, CHARLES E. BELDEN, M. ANNE BELL, CAROL A. Sophomores BELL, WALLACE A. BENDER, GEORGE A. BENSON, BRUCE O. BERRY, KAREN L. BERRY, ROBERT H. BETTCHER, NATHANIEL W. BEYER, VIRGINIA R. BINGHAM, JOANNE E. BLACKBURN, 1oYcE E. BLACKWELL, CHARLES H. BLAIR, WILLIAM E. BORRINK, WENDELL H. BORROR, RUTH D. BOUTON, HELEN L. BOWER, SHARON L. BOYD, BEVERLY A. BRADLEY, JIMMIE C. BRECKENRIDGE, ROBERT B BRITT, RUTH ANN BROUGHTON, MARTHA BROUGHTON, WILLIAM BROWN, ESTHER L. BROWN, R. LEILANI BRYARLY, RICHARD G. BUCK, JOHN J. BULKLEY, PATRICIA F. BURGETT, NANCY M. BURKE, BEVERLY D. BURKE, JOHN M. BUTTMAN, VIOLET L. CARNE, WILLIAM R. CASHIE, IRMA D. CASS, MARILYN F. CASSEL, JANET S. COLE, SHIRLEY A. CONSTABLE, THOMAS L. COOK, HERBERT B., Jr. COOPER, JOHN E. COUGHLOS, ADORIE JEAN CRAPO, PATRICIA A. CRARY, DANIEL R. CROFTON, CARL CRUMP, ROBERT L. CULLINGFORD, ELLEN J. DAVIS, SUZANNA DECKER, CAROL J. DE COU, LEWIS J. DE FLON, RUTH ANN DICKINSON, RUTH ANN DIDDAMS, RICHARD L. DIGBY, HENRY A. DOMINGO, CLARENCE O. DOOLEY, JACK L. DOTY, DAVID L. DOTY, NEAL R. DRIEDGER, JANICE E. Sophomores DUNBAR, RUTH A. DUNHAM, DORIS M. DURIE, GEORGE W. EAVES, JANICE G. ECKERT, RICHARD D. EDGREN, RUTH M. EDMONDS, ROGER E. EDWARDS, BEVERLY J. EDWARDS, RONALD C. EICKLER, LEONARD ELLIS, ANN EMERY, NANA J. ENGLING, EMELIE M. ENS, LOIS M. ERICSON, KEITH W. ESLING, JERRY D. ESTEB, ROBERT H. EWING, SHIRLEY M. FAIRWEATHER, JOHN D FARISON, ROBERT M. FISHER, DAVID E. FITTING, WESLEY C. FLEISHMAN, JOAN R. FLYNN, MILDRED M. fMrs M TJ FLYNN, MICHAEL T. FRADY, DONALD FRAGER, ROBERT R. GENET, HARRY W. R S Q GERDES, MARLENE A. GIBSON, MARION R. GILBERT, PATRICIA L. GLEASON, RICHARD L. GLITTENBERG, CAROL GOUPILLE, RICHARD A. GRANDE, ROBERT E. GREEN, KATHRYN V. GUENTHERMAN, ROBERT H GUNZEL, DAVID S. GUSTAFSON, FLORENCE J. GUTIERREZ, GEORGE A. HALL, DOUGLAS A. HALL, NANCY K. HARLAN, LINDA D. HARLING, MARILYN T. HARMEL, LLOYD R. HARRELL, ROBERT C. HARRING, BARBARA M. HARTMAN, MARIANNA HARVEY, MILFRED E. HAVES, THOMAS J., Jr. HAYHURST, RONNIE L. HAYWARD, DOUGLAS HERMAN, WILMA A. HERTZLER, MELVIN R. HESTER, WILLIAM D. HEWLETT, CHARLES B. Sophomores HICKMAN, JERRY F. HINEBAUGH, CAROL A. HIRAMATSU, KEIKO HIRE, JANET P. HIRSCH, JUDITH A. HIXON, DONALD E. HOCH, JANICE A. HOFFMAN, ELIZABETH J. HOHULIN, RICHARD M. HOKE, LOUIS D. HOLTZHOUSE, ESTHER L. HOUBOLT, DONNA R. HOUTS, HARRY D. HUBBARD, RICHARD D. HUMBLES, JERRY R. HUTCHINSON, PHYLLIS L. HYDE, CARL K. INOUYE, IKARA JAIN, BERNITA E. JAIN, EUNICE A. JANKOWSKI, IRENE JOHNSON, BRUCE A. JOHNSON, DAVID S., Jr. JOHNSON, DOYLE P. JOHNSON, DELORA M. JOHNSON, JONATHAN D. JOHNSON, WARD M. JONES, WILLIAM R., Jr. KASCI-I, JUDITH G. KENDAL, DANIEL F. KILE, GERALLYN M. KING, DONALD E. K1Nz1E, WILLIAM R. KISER, HOWARD w. KISSINGER, KARL E. KNAPP, DONNA J. KNOWER, CLARA A. KNOWLES, SANDRA C. LACCONE, JOSEPH F. LAMKIN, ANITA LANCASTER, CAROL I. LANDIS, WENDY E. LAWRENCE, RONALD F LEE, KENLEY R. LEFTWICH, JOE S. LEHNER, ROGER O. LEMCOOL, RUTH ANN LEONARD, BETSY J. LESLIE, ARTHUR E. LEWIS, ROBERT A. LEBERSKY, ELVON E. LINDSAY, JOHN W. LINDSEY, JOAN K. LISTER, IRVIN T. LONG, DONALD W. LONGMAN, RUTH E. ,f- Sophomores LOUX, GORDON D. LYKE, DAVID R. MAAS, DAVID E. MAASCH, ROSALENE J. MAGOON, CLARE R. MARKS, SHARON L. MAST, ROBERT A. MAYER, ROBERT L. MAXFIELD, WANDA J. MAZARAKI, ETHAN P. MCADAMS, DONNA D. MCCORMACK, DOUGLAS H. MCINTYRE, ROBERT C. MEAD, MAVIS J. MEAD, RUSSELL L. MELROSE, MARGARET D. MERCER, JOSEPH T. MESSNER, JUDY C. MEYERS, RONALD R. MIKKONEN, NANCY M. MILLER, DOUGLAS N. MILLER, EDMOND F. MILLER, EMMA R. MILLER, ERVIN D. MILLER, MARILYN R. MINNS, ALICE E. MOORE, BARBARA J. MOORE, DAVID E. MORRIS, SHIRLEY F. MORRISON, CAROLYN L. MOYER, JULIA M. MOYER, SYLVIA L. MULLER, SHIRLEY J. MYERS, NOLL V., Jr. NAVIS, HECTOR E. NAYLOR, GERALD C. NEHRKE, DONALD J. NEHRKE, WILLIAM NELSON, MURIEL E. NEUENSCHWANDER, GLENNA D NODEN, DAVID L. NORRIS, MARGARET OBENOUR, JANICE K. OLSON, ELIZABETH PACKER, ROBERTA J. PAQUET, DARLENE F. PARKER, RALPH N. PARKS, SALLY L. PAUL, WILLIAM G. PELLETIER, RALPH L. PERRY, LEROY C. PETERSON, CHARLES B. PETZEL, ROBERT P. PEYTON, JACK D. PEYTON, LOIS M. PHELPS, JUDITH M. Sophomore-s PHILGREEN, DONALD E. PHILLIPS, THOMAS H. PHILLIPS, VIOLET M. PLASTOW, FREDERICK w. POLLOCK, DAVID C. POLLARD, DORIS J. POZZUOLI, GILDA PRATT, JOY C. RAY, MARY J. RAYNARD, BONNIE A. REED, NYMA E. REESE, OMER E. REMPEL, HELEN REXROAD, CAMERON E. REYNOLDS, DAVID H. RICHARDS, M. JOAN RIGGLE, DAVID L. RINGENBERG, BARBARA J. RISHEL, G. CAROLE ROBERTS, BETTY LOU ROBERTSON, GLENN D. ROBINSON, ANNETTE W. ROBINSON, JAMES F. RODEN, DORIS L. ROGERS, ETHAN A., Jr. ROKUSEK, KENNETH W. ROSNER, LOIS R. ROST, MARGARET R. ROTHGEB, DOROTHY M. ROZMA, CAROL A. RUPPEL, ESTHER C. SANTINGA, TIMOTHY C. SAPP, A. DOREEN SAVIDGE, SUELLAH J. SCHENKEL, JEANNE J. SCOVILL, DARLENE E. SCOTT, DAVID W. SCOTT, GRANDVILLE D. SCOTT, RICHARD A. SEAGREN, PHILIP E. SEAGREN, TIMOTHY C. SHERRARD, EMMA L. SHILANDER, JANICE R. SHOPPY, DAVID E. SHORT, MIRIAM L. SHUMATE, BOB R. SIM, BEVERLY A. SIMPSON, RONALD W. SISSON, NANCY E. SMITH, JAMES D. SMITH, JOSEPH P. SMITH, SIDNEY S. SNAVELY, ELIZABETH J SPENCE, ROBERT L. SPENCER, MARY E. STARBUCK, NANCY G. Sophomore-s STEVENIN, THOMAS J. STEVENS, ERNEST L. STEVENS, JOSEPH J. STEVENSON, RICHARD L 4 STEWART, JAMES R. STITZ, ROBERT A. STRAUEL, DOREEN K. STREETER, WILBUR C. STRONG, DAVID W. STROEHLIN, JEAN M. SWANSON, DAVID G. SWARR, PHILIP C. SWARTZ, RONALD E. SWEATMAN, DORIS M. TAFT, DONALD C. TANIS, PETER I. TAYLOR, EDITH R. TAYLOR, EVELYN E. TAYLOR, MARY L. TAYLOR, ROBERT L. TER MER, DONALD A. THIELMANN, HENRY B. THOMPSON, NORMAN J. THOMPSON, RONALD L. TICE, BELINDA L. TOMLINSON, PEGGY J. TORRENGA, ROGER L. TRANTER, VERLIN B. TREANOR, SALLY A. TRYLLER, JANET M. UNKEFER, GRACE A. VAN NIERKERK, LOURENS H VESTAL, DONALD G. WAGGONER, DONNA H. WAGGONER, GWENDOLYN L. WAGNER, SHIRLEY L. WAKEFIELD, NANCY L. WAKEFIELD, NORMAN WALL, JANITH M. WALTERS, ERASTINE WALKER, JACK D. WARTON, ROBERT A. WEBB, DORIS E. WEIDENNAR, JOHN B. WEISS, ANDREW M. WEISS, DAVID N. WERNEGREEN, EVA M. WERNEGREEN, JOYCE E. WESTLAKE, TOM C. WHITTAKER, ROBERT E. WIEST, PHYLLIS M. WILKE, MARILYN CMrs. BJ WILKINSON, BEVERLY J. WILLIAMS, CHARLENE J. WILLIAMS, JEAN A. WILLIAMS, JUDITH Sophomores WILLIAMS, MARCEIL K. WILLIAMS, SARAH A. WILLIAMSON, RONALD M. WISE, CLARENCE E. WOOD, ROBERT G. WOODWARD, IRVING P. WRIGHT, FLORENE WRIGHT, LORRAINE M. WRIGHT, RHODA M. WRIGHT, SANDRA J. YEAGER, DOROTHY L. YONKER, GARRET An extra . . . Serenaders play with a tune. Unorqamzed AMBURGEY, DONNA BAUGHN, LOIS BEARSS, IANIS BERGEN, ANNE BIRKS, HOISE BRYAN, SHIRLEY BURNS, DOUGLASS CARPENTER, REID CLINK, DOUGLAS CUSTER, JAMES DAVIS, RICHARD EICKMEIER, ALVAN ERWIN, GLENN EULER, SHARON FISCHER, DOUGLAS FORD, DAVID GANT, BOBBY GETZ, MYRON GILLSON, BEVERLY GOTHARD, DAVE GoUsE, CHARLOTTE GRUSY, NORMAN HAMIL, JOHN HARPER, BETTY HATHAWAY, HAZEL lMrs R B HATHAWAY, RALPH HEINRICHS, MARTHA Unorqcmized I-IEINSMAN, WILLIAM HIXON, DONALD KEAZ, IZAT KNOTT, SYLVIA LAUVER, DANNY LEMKE, ELEANOR LEMT, CHARLES LLOYD, JOHN " MILLESON, DAVID MIRANDA, ATTAGRACIA MORGAN, SUZETTE OKRASSA, ERIDA OSTENSON, ELIZABETH PARKER, DORIS PENZ, DAVID RASEY, JOHN RATHBUN, PEARL RICHARDS, SANDRA ROBBINS, HOWARD ROCKWOOD, BARBARA SAMPLE, CLYDE SKARSTEN, BOB STENSTROM, BERNIE STURHAHN, GERTRUDE SULLIVAN, THOMAS THOMAS, EDWIN TICE, CAROLINE TOBEY, LINDSAY CRev.J i Seniors CARNEY, LORETTA M. TOM, MAINARD WHITE, MELVIN WHITLOCK, JAMES WRIGI-IT, WILLIAM BULT, HENRY CHRISTENSEN, DENNIS DYCE, THOMAS ECKSTROM, CAROL EDMONDS, BONNIE ELLINGER, ROBERT HOLSTEEN, DALTON LANCASTER, EUGENE LEHNHART, ROBERT MC KINLEY, JONNINE RAMSEY, RUTH STRONG, OLIVER WELLS, JOHN General Bible: Davenport, Iowa Missionary Union, Prayer Band Philippians 3:13, 14 SKINNER, T. J., JR. General Bible: Eldorado, Oklahoma II Corinthians 5:17 Dr. Martin, Evening School Director Evening School Evening School . . . precious opportunity for busy men and women . . . source of spiritual bless- ing and education. As the weeks pass, experiences are collected and treasured . . . the teaching of Spiritfilled in4 structors . . . the fellowship of Christians with similar beliefs and stimulating opinions . . . the Sweet Shop filled with day school students who have changed their minds in the dining room . . . the widening horizon of new acquaintances . . . School-teachers . . . ministers . . . factory- workers . . . craftsmen . . . housewives . . . business- men . . . the young . . . the experienced . . . seekers after the Truth . . . these are the men and women of the Evening School. Applicant seeks advice. Evening School Graduates ALOJADO, MIGUEL E. Bible Branch CROWN, IEANETTE K. Christian Education Branch CUMMINGS, CORA L. Bible Branch DAHLGREN, EVELYN C. Bible Branch DALY, RUTH E. Christian Education Branch DE SHONG, MILDRED L. Bible Branch DITMARS, EULA G. Christian Education Branch HASKELL, VERN T. Bible Branch HIGGINS, RUBY B. Bible Branch MAINORD, VERNA G. Bible Branch ROBERTSON, GERALDINE M. Bible Branch SEIM, A. KATHERINE Christian Education Branch SHIPMA, DAVID J. Bible Branch SWINEHART, THOMAS F., JR Bible Branch f NX 1 ' .1- ' ' ' ,. ..,gx. ,1., - '- ' ' ' K '54-.fi l - Q., I . ,lx -1 1!:3lf'v7jfg.x-v4 'i- 1 , i ,L - if Tfllfi,-ji?-3-THA , H 5 may Q .-if ,.- 1 ' I ,. Q' ., 1 7 31- , ' u ' - Ag flu 531,-1 2.1 ,, " Xg -' "'SfL-'- :L 3. Ji' ' Miss Miller helps prepare for registration. Registration makes it definite Excuse me, is this where I pay my bill?" ' I -ci " New students receive warm welcome. Questions are answered . . . Time out for refreshment. and friendships are made. Personal instruction . . . n 1 V ...I - , .ei K Tim -.mv U .., LJ? 1 ' ii.. ir Q.- ,JE nf. ff E -if Classes begin. 1 'S X . and practicality i, 5 x ww ' ' "' WP' 'fiiiif w H gf H , , :fx 5 vvv----f ..... .. I , f I, , .- 'I' an ez, ' 5' JQfE'?f'3"',v1-i'61'f ,,,, ,, .. Ml.. 142.11 I -vm "' .,K,,41, , F.: A 613 5 I 'Q ,. 'f xg 1 x A x 1, , . Uh W A . , wx , ' in , . xg, g 4 ,W V- ,, H- V ,Q1 '-'fiff-A , ' ' A A 45:1 .ffjggj-gaif 1 ' , i -ylQm,Yv,f-V' - . ' 4-. ,'f1f.C- '.w,.Yf' . ' - vffiigvq 'f".'-T 3 . ' i" 1 -:gw-.-f'f' ff: , u - Iijfmilfaxs 3- V I W 5 'L ,W ' gr ' . " 1 3--wi H, ,s1Qasz-wxt-,.- 1-3-nf 'upgg 42. ls! 5 'N .M V4 A,f,gL:.L,.u,r, 1. 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I H W W. 7 ?!7.:... -A F . 5 Xu s IW 9 0 51' 'f" Q f 1 .v ' ' fn .- if? 1- , .ff-Q is Q R ' ., I4 ' NH fel. if? '7 l fi "X qi ! ut ,wb .il N, I 5 'A g 3' QM G 1 ge, --. 1., . Te. eggs, - Lf L: ' V1 ZR 'aw' ' , g22Q!i7!E'Ji' W 5 U, fe V- ' 'Z' Q .1 . dei-al.-"5" , A t . ' 'fo' Memories . . . that elusive quality called remembrance photographs . . . points of time preserved from the past as tokens of experience . . . symbols of life lived as a student. To passers-by, a school is little more than a group of buildings, perhaps a meeting place or a point to measure distance . . . fuyeah, lady, you go a few blocks past that school", and the police officer wearily crosses the streetj . . . but to its students, . . 'ff- is a way of life, pulsating with the impact and 8.1 zv9"x aiiis.. response of its people V-' Us. 4 e su H w Action . . . the pounding of a ball on the gym floor . . panting of breath, shuffling of feet as players strain to excel. "Who's playing? . . . Who won? Volley Ball Ballet Well, there's wrestling! there's a future for sports at Moody anyone for Centrifugal-Bumble-Puppy? Tempo . . . swift beat of shoes upon cement rise and fall of voices in a classroom . . . echo of laughter as boys, heads bent, push against the wind . . . ,ff cadence of horns calling out above the traffic in the street . . . the sounds of life . . . beautiful for those who hear, touching the commonplace with music "'-luis 2 Rimlight on Gold Row l: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Adorie Coughlos, Barbara Greenawalt, Jan Hoover, Carolyn Warner, Patty Manges, Patricia Roth, Anita Lamkin, Nancy l-laack, Diane Dingman, Carolyn Conrad, Judith l-Iirsch, Barbara Stevens, Barbara VerStrate, Jane Schrock, Pat Kempston, Faith Freer, Frieda O'Barr. Muriel Nelson, Arlene Schafer, Sylvia Ruoss, Jean Craft, Jonnine McKinley, Alice Minns, Grace Unkefer, Shirley Rempel, Ruth Ramsey, Vivian Philgreen, Martha Burdett, Alberta Brower, Margaret Kemp, Ruth Forstner, Bonnie Edmonds, Priscilla Strabel, Ruth Longman, Beverly Akens. Dale Williams, Ed Carnes, Doran Edwards, .lack Cromer, Ray Bakke, Thomas McDermott, Malcolm S. Morris, Les Huber, Wes Bettcher, Jerry Edmonds, Gene Follis, Ken Fenton, Mert Leigh, Dale Brown, Dennis Christensen, Lynn Goetz, Shirley Billman. .lack Carpenter, John M. Burke, Dan Hill, Omer Reese, Ron l-layhurst, Jim Vance, Dick Eckert, Glenn Ruby, Dave Riggle, Larry Brown, Robert Spence, Robert Curry, Howard Lilley, Dalton Holsteen, Wendell Borrlnk, Paul Hollinger. Moody Chorale Voices raised in glorious harmony . . . moving the hearts of men even to ecstasy . . . solemn . . . sublime . . . and we see our own experiences perhaps more clearly through music than ever possible with words. Behind it all . . lst Violin: Larry Brown, Dorothy Clark, Brian Doud, Mr. Maurice Dobbins, Conductorg Connie Trecek, Frank Gross. 2nd Violins: R. F. Merrill, Jack Bachman, David Noden, Duane Christensen, Leonard Jensen, Judith Galley. Viola: Evelyn Taylor, Richard Nass. Cello: Sue Rust. Clarinet: Judith Hillman, Barbara Sanders, Shirley Luhn. Oboe: John Cooper. French Horn: Dick Eckert, William Murray. Trombone: Howard Lilly, Arlee Powell. Bass Horn: Joseph Smith. Trumpet: Lois English, Gene Brack. Crchestrcl hours of instruction . . . practice . . . discipline. Eyes and ears intent, the orchestra rehearses and presents a concert. Presentations that become Orcltorio Chorus lovely memories . . . the glory of the music unfolding the message of the Messiah as soloists, the Orchestra, Chorale, and Oratorio Chorus unite . . . Beloved carols sung anew, ,tum LAL! 105 Merfs Glee Club Mr. Carbaugh, Director Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Bob Lewis, Larry Hopkins, Paul Hedges, Cameron Rexroad, Charles Peterson, Richard Paige, Roger Edmonds, Karl Kissinger, Bob Docherty, Kenley Lee, Duane Schmutzer, Bob Lenz. Jim Stewart, Bruce Benson, William Paul, David Egner, Charles Chambery, LaRue Schad, Louis DeCou, Neal Doty, Jerry Esling, Wendell Akens, Charles B. Hewlett, Ken Ackerman, Harry D. Houts. John Buck, Douglas Hall, Ward Johnson, Calvin Streeter, Ralph Pelletier, David Pollock, Claude Grannas, Eugene A. Slater, Tom Constable, Don Philgreen, Lloyd Harmel, Eugene Lancaster, James Winn. Erle Barkey, Dan Crary, Larry Davis, David F. Doty, David Sabin, David Johnson, Bill Kinzie, David App, Bob Whittaker, Torrey Barcanic, Arlee L. Powell, Richard Scott. Men's and W0men's Glee Clubs blend in delightful arrangemerzts of sacred ' melodies . . . Easterztours that minister to the lives of appreciative Christ- ians . . . Womens Grlee Club l Row Row Row Row l I ,i ZQAX f "Mr. C." directing Nancy Barnes, Sandy Knowles, Ellen White, Lorena Worlein, Vera Trent, Lorabelle Durner, Barbara Gilliland, Ruth Dunbar, Kay Lindsey, Shirley Cole, Wilma Fink, Joan Harrington, Donna Houbolt, Sally Treanor, Linda Harlan. Eleanor Wetzstein, Nancy Burgett, Jackie Boggess, Pat Baddorf, Marilyn Campbell, Carol Lancaster, Marceil Williams, Evelyn Rampley, Susan Wells, .lean Peterson, Carol Eckstrom, Donna Garwood, Audrey Griswold, Lois English, Sally Parks. Doris Sweatman, Janice Eaves, Irma Cashie, Shirley Reynolds, Lita Arnett, Glenna Neuen- schwander, Lonnie Allcock, Helen Nelson, Enid Graham, .Ianith Wall, Betty Lou Roberts, Janice Obenour, Ruth Ann DeFlon, Vonda Bradshaw, Jan Swenson. Lorraine Wright, Sandra Weyland, Erastine Walton, Mariel Fenton, Belinda Tice, Rosalene Maasch, Janice Shilander, Beth Westphal, Janice Driedger, Marianna Hartman, Florene Wright, Gwen Waggener, Joyce Blackburn, Margaret Rost, Florence Gustafson, Jessie Anderson, Barbara Moore. l 1 ' 1 l 'F' Left ascending: Mr. Rayfield, Alberta Brower, Gedney Vining, Ann Dodge, Marilyn Miller, Barbara McCullough, Ruth Dunbar, Kay Lindsey, Sandra Wright, Joanne Timmreck. Right descending: Ron Lawrence, Kztrolyn Goertz, Evelyn Rampley, John Cooper, Mildred Ballagh, Janice Shilander, Janet Hire, Judy Coates, Mrs. Robinson. Seated: Roy Johnson. Qrgon Guild Unity . . . student life with its endless demands upon time and loyalty . . . maze of activities . . . individuals with aggressive opinions and preferences coming together in groups . . . learning the complexities of human relationships, yet in common interests and purpose developing the bonds of unity. Capable organists find both profit and Pleasure in meeting together as members of the Organ Guild Roy Johnson, President. 71: uni ijWlil""' m'H1i.'5ieQf- iw' X X 3' , Curt Davis, WSPTA calls CQ. Radio Club A vid members of the radio club finally gave up listening for the famous beep . . . beep", but zest for this absorbing interest never seems to dimin- ish... Light versus blacklight . . . new in the field of visual-aids. 'i W, P ,-kg Christian Education Club . . . the field A presented to the student body . . . through literature . . . special speakers . . . the Christian Ed Fair: highlight ' of its activities, product of the combined energies and ingenuity of member students. Christian Education Club Seated: Gareth Sweatman, Treasurerg Jim McGarrahan, Vice-Presidentg Sue Jones, Recording Secretary. Standing: Bob Teela, President: Gay Baughman, Corresponding Secretaryg Mr. Garner, Advisor. N urses' Christian Fellowship Nurses Christian Fellowship . . . young women united to recommend the opportunities of medical ministry. Nurses' Day . . . Houghton Hall lounge becomes a jungle medical station . . . faithfully throughout the year, Nurses' deputation teams enthusiastically W' give the challenge of nursing to local l l' 5-dl-I 'ij it Oh-that tickles! Left to right: Barbara Bickel, Jo Haskins, Ann Ellis, Beverly Burke, Marilyn Noyes, Bernita Jain, Rhoda Wright, Betty Leach, Ruth Forney, Marilyn Cass, Beverly Nienkirchen, Lovice Hahn, Pat Fillmore, Patricia Boyd, June Dokes, Jeanne Schenkel, Janice Everett, Ruth Longman, Carolyn Warner, Carol Rozma, Anne Swank, Doris Webb, Nancy Schaeffer. Seated: Wanda Riddle, LoraBell Durner, presidentg Miss Needham, Advisorg Robert Sauer, Beth Westphal, Judy Kasch, Phyllis Griffith. Standing: Rosa Lee Albrecht, June Dokes, Anne Swank, Frank Bell, Faith Freer, Sue Jones, Alice McLeod, Harry Genet. French Club youth groups. Enterprising French Club, and the newly formed Hebrew group, develop the more enjoyable side of language study: culturally appropriate socials, meetings enjoy- ing guest speakers, practice ses- sions . . . - - IP? .- . me .H Ulm' 2 L. ,Q ,- , L Officers of M.U.g Seated: Nancy Williams, Gary Chapman, Presidentg Jean Peterson, John McCauley, Carolyn Warner, Robert E. Rush. Standing: James Mason, Phyllis Griffith, Joseph Bellingham, Richard Germaine, Howard Whaley, Patricia Fillmore. Missionary Union Response . . . in preparation . . . not that assignments aren't sometimes undone on a Monday morning . . . or that one couldn't be caught dozing at the back of a crowded classroom . . . but faces are earnest as the lecturer begins in prayer . . . for an instant all acknowledge again dependence upo n God. Gary Chapman presents a 953500.00 check to Mr. Bowman of the Far Eastern Broadcasting Company. . . . in practice . . . Missionary Union . . . students joined together in the interest of home and foreign missions. An extensive program prompted by the eager desire to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ "to the ends of the earth". Evening prayer bands stressing intelligent intercession . . . Monday evening missionary speakers bringing up-to-the-minute news and needs of the fields of service . . . deputation teams rf! FF , A t I Y , enlarging the missionary endeavor of local churches . . . the annual student-supported project . . . this year gospel radios for evangelism of natives in inaccessible villages . . . extensive activity demanding dedication and unity . . . characteristics of Missionary Union . 115 Left to right: Charles Doughtery, Secretaryg Robert Geiman, Treasurerg Ernest Bruni, Vice-Presidentg Bruce Snyder, President. Men's Student Council Individuality . .. . in an age of conformity . . . "Which can say more than this rich phrase that 'you alone are you'?" Not the artificial nonconformity of the immature . . . but it is seizing the opportunity to value and develop the unique characteristics that make a student different than all other students. Student Councils . . carrying the responsibility of student government with good judgement and good humor. Sensitive to campus trends, originating extra-curricular activitieswith Women's Student Council perception . . . warmth and sincerity is evident in the welcoming of new students . . . in the Big Brother and Big Sister receptions. Council-sponsored Left to right: Shirley Reynolds, Presidentg Beverly Graham, Secretaryg Avie Dickie, Treasurerg Kathan, Vice-President. V S , 1, gf, ff . nT,i.5,x'f5,,., f ' ' N-'XX B7 4. Q--f ,:'A..-,i'j,,A.-.4 ..:, Sherri -1 X W I I 11 ff J 95 E Q ,I ,,-,.,.-a- high-light of the school year, the Junior-Senior Banquet originality and ingenuity . . . talented students giving of their particular abilities in planning . . . work . . . rehearsals . . . decorations . . . entertainment. Opportunity for individuality . . . Creating atmosphere V 4'Here's a howdy-do" Through the Moongate L iw' hm .J 'B Q T se A r" ,L .W Seated: Dick Dinwiddie, Anne Johnson. Standing: Barb Hamman, Bill Sischo, Ann Hornstein, Gene Slater, Paul Hollinger, Phil Lasse, Carol Fairchild, Ruth Sippel. ARCH Tributes . . . to the ARCH staff , . . students and advisors . . fellowship based on the anticipation of a goal attained. Deadlines again and again . . preparations for the Arch banquet . . . photo contest . . . Arch Night . . . all staff members work calmly, efficiently. Advertising, circulation promotion, bookkeeping, layout, copy, art, secretarial work, and photography . . . all require originality, organization . . . and time. One thing about this deadline-we made itll Arch Stoii Dick Dinwiddie, Editor Ann Hornstein, Associate Editor Ruth Sippel, Business Manager Advertising Paul Hollinger Mike Flynn Dean Sippel Art Phil Lasse Circulation 8: Promotion Clayton Bauman Copy Barbara I-lamman Carol Bell Jack Houston Tom Mannon Dave C. Pollock Myrna Reid Jan Swenson Evening School Mary Martin Mary Boltz Robert Crump Pat Gilbert Layout Carol Fairchild Phyllis Clements Dave Egner Connie Gleason Lynn Goetz Nancy Starbuck Photo Gene Slater Neal Doty Hank Thielmann Don Beiter Phil Ericson Dave Fisher George Fraily Rex Horton Wayne Kiser Ron Myers Secretary Anne Johnson Treasurer Bill Sischo Finished and to the student 'i NS The editor-in-chief, of course is supposed to have the last say . . . and his associate usually agrees with him and with the aid of the advisors and the printer, the work is gradually completed. Sacrifice discipline . . . self denial . . . laughter . . . comradeship . . . all characteristics of a staff united in presenting to the student body . . . the ARCH Nw -lx, '1 , K ,f-,alleg 'D 4. - fi 'Q3?'f:L 'S' ill I X X 1 14 Arch Photo Contest End of an ordeal Fav fu 'ff gmk V' f , A A X 1 I m f J it-5 1 ,. -WMI .. 155 l - ' Riu o o ie l M odern Stroller lst Prize-Above: Gene Follis 2nd Prize-Lower right: Sharon Murphy 3rd Prize-Upper right: Howard Whaley A diamond is forever. I., 3 jgrfpgf-1 -' -mein - f 7f .M a earn: " ' li? K , ,' ix- V-i'h V N -- if . l-ef' il ui 1511 iw 35. -wmv A Seated: Bob Docherty, Editorg Jonnine McKinley, Assistant Editor. Standing: Carol Eckstrom, News and Feature Editorg Jack Carpenter, Sports Editorg Ken Pearson, Layout Editorg Albert Hanusch, Business Manager. Moody' Student . . . to the MOODY STUDENT . . . fortnightly student publication School-wide coverage . . . featured interviews with unusual students . . . previews of coming school activities . . . news of faculty members . . coming events in the Chicago area . . . "sports" . . . class columns C we always read our own column lastj . . . "Round the Institute" . . . News is plentiful-but scoops are scarce . . . and the work is hard . . . Bob plans ahead . . . As staff prepares for c1rculat1 n Moody Student Stuff Jonnine McKinley, Assistant Editor Art Abraham Ruth Allen Torry Barconic Erle Barkey Barbara Bickel Sue Bilderback Jo Bingham Nancy Burgett Jack Carpenter Daniel Crary Carol Decker Carol Eckstrom Dave Fisher A1 Hanusch Tom Hayes Beverley Hunt Judy Imhof Irene J anowski Tony Jordhamo Ruth Kelsheimer Norman Kittredge Ruth Ann Lemcool Elwood McMichael Janice Kay Miller Malcolm Morris Shirley Muller Helen Nelson Ken Pearson Donald Philgreen E. Allen Rogers Bettie Routh Bob Rudolph Dick Ryman Jan Sherman James Smith Elizabeth Snavely Fred Udhe Lee Vanclenberg Paul Walker Ron Williamson Jaki Wissinger Nicki Worth - - i-ful I "Wi 1!l'.i2:.'W?1'3if,' is 4 ' 'K ' 's A I gg ' A' "ff" f - 'f'?'f'1'7 'T Ia" ,, ' 1 ' ' ' ' ':.,,L ,. . fu I ,Y . ' ,ti A -4-2' ' 3 use T1 up 4113.731 4'l,o'r01'Z,-g,s,gsf,4I ,QI .. 1 , ' JL' "49"1. 7? Elf" 'xffi' HQ9"f':'-17'-:Qt-1'-3 43 .-7 - '-' --sv V ii t if i c s its . 'JE QET' is gAiffs,:if Pl y an f- t ll .R-1:23,-L5 . . . to the graduates . . . for being the kind of men and women we aspire to be . . . for consummation of purpose and maturity of character . . for three years of steady sacrifice and service . . . congratulations! 'j:L1Qfg11 ,E L ,mm L, Years. . . Behind us the past . . . beside us the present before us the future. Future years - what will they bring to us? What will we bring to them? We look with searching eyes upon ' "W "-limit. 1. ..,?,,Y ' v i , :ugh 1 x i- :,: r-1-.. Practice today . . . performance tomorrow. those who have gone before . . . pastors . . .Christian educators . . . chaplains . . . missionaries . . . alumni witnessing in the business and professional worlds . . . The High Calling is ours. i It i i potential, but not cer i , tainty - it is up 5 iii ' to us. Future years are made to- A 1 L. dar- e W , ' arg Open House . . . time out for sociability. 4 O I ' 5 0 9 0 o 5 Q v ' I , :gil C' A ivy We El , 51 ., 1 N ni Daniel Hill, Composmon. Senior Recitcllists Monotony will come into the life of every student at one time or another. Hours of learning become days . . . years. Without a way'to prove itself, the product of our education is not. Therefore, each student applies himself in some way . . Some in what they have learned . . . through study Larry Brown, Violin F. Roberta Yaxley, Piano A ,Z,, , Jeanette Sprik, Piano i.i-Hxw W i r . Roy Johnson, Organ through practice . . Gedney Vining, Organ Senior Recitcllists Sylvxa O Halloran, Voxce through performance Shirley Billman, Piano 1 I ' 5 W I S ri 1 w lr ri Mrs. Joan Kassik, Organ Student Placement -m1f"'e-'f-1'f"f"5mf A 'W 1 'fq2g3e"':w"' 'wmv ,w 1 Wk 1 Ht Qu'-Q.--.,.,, ,, :J F? l if After dinner, taking out the "heavies" , . . My I 1 I yy M .I . . 'Others in what they have already known I , from past experience . . . and use today to help others as well as themselves . . . '- J..t,,ff,,,, ,i t --VI W , .iz War against grime . . . enlisted or drafted, these two battle with "Chicago". 137 Mr. Harrison, Director, with his associate Miss Rentschler. Practical Christian Work . . . All in what they believe . . . and would have others to know . . . 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J., Jr. 86 Slater, Eugene 47, 106, 120 Smart, Robert 66 Smith, James 80 Smith, Jerry 47 Smith, Joseph 80, 104 Smith, Samuel 66 Smith, Sidney 80 Smith, Stanley 66 Smith, Virginia 66 Snavely, Elizabeth 80 Snyder, Bruce 47, 116 Spence, Robert 80, 103 Spencer, Mary 80 Sprik, Jeanette 47, 133 Springer, Molly 66 St. John, D. Martin 47 Starbuck, Nancy 80 Starr, Keith 66 Stearns, David 47 Williams Stelling, Lorraine 32, 47 Stenstrom, Bernie 85 Stephens, Sandra 66 Stephens, Barbara 66, 103 Stevenin, Thomas 81 Stevens, Ernest 81 Stevens, Joseph 81 Stevenson, Richard 81 Stewart, James 81, 106 Stier. Joan 66 Stine, Bonnie 66 Stitz, Robert 81 Stowers, Jack 47 Strabel, Priscilla 47, 103 Strauel, Doreen 81 Streeter, Wilbur 81, 106 Strong, David 81 Strong, Oliver 86 Stroehlin, Jean 81 Studer, Betty 66 Sturhahn, Gertrude 85 Stutesman, Philip 47 Sudo, Timothy 47 Sullivan, Thomas 85 Swank, Anne 47, 112, 113 Swanson, David 81 Swarr, Philip 81 Swartz, Ronald 81 Sweatman, Doris 81, 107 Sweatman, Gareth 47, 111 Swenson, Evelyn 48 Swenson, M. Janet 48, 107 Taft, Donald 81 Tait, Frances 66 Tanis, Peter 81 Tom, Mainard 86 Tomlinson, Peggy 81 Torrenga, Roger 81 Tranter, Verlin 81 Treanor, Sally 82, 107 Trent, Vera 66, 107 Trethewey, Edyth 58, 66 Tryller, Janet 82 Ulveling, Charles 48 Unkefer, Grace 82, 103 Valentour, James 66 Vallone, Mary 48 Vance, James 66, 103 Vandenberg, Lee 66 Vandenberg, Mary Lou 66 Van Horn, Paul 66 Van Nierkerk, Lourens 82 VanVeet, Myrtle 66 Varga, Carolyn 67 Varga, Mary 48 Vermillion, Linda 48 VerStrate, Barbara 67, 103 Vestal, Donald 82 Vining, Gedney 48, 108, 134 Volkmann, Arthur 48 Vonk, Betty 67 Wade, Edith 67 Wade, H. Elaine 48 Waggener, Dora Lou 48 Waggoner, Donna 82 Waggoner, Gwendolyn 82, 107 Wagner, Shirley 82 Wakefield, Nancy 82 Wakefield, Norman 82 Walker, Jack 82 Westphal, Elizabeth 49, 107, Westphal, Fred 49 Wetzstein, Eleanor 67, 107 Weyhe, Carol 67 Weyhe, Margaret 49 Weyland, Sandra 67, 107 Whaley, Howard 67, 114 White, Ellen 67, 107 White, Melvin 86 Whitlock, James 86 Whittaker, Robert 82, 106 Wickstrom, Janet 49 Wiest, P. Marguerite 82 Wiggers, Kenneth 49 Wilke, Bernard 67 Wilke, Marilyn 82 Wilkens, Charlotte 67 Wilkin, Carol 67 Wilkinson, Beverly 82 Williams, Alton 67 Williams, Charlene 82 Williams, Dale 67, 103 Williams, Jean 82 Williams Judith 82 v Marceil 83, 107 Taylor, Edith 81 Taylor, Evelyn 81, 104 Taylor, Mary 81 Taylor, Patricia 66 Taylor Robert 81 Teela, Robert 48, 111 Telloyan, Samuel 66 Walker, Paul 67 Wall, Janith 82, 107 Walters, Erastine 82, 107 Walters, Robert 48 Ward, Raymond 48 Wardell, Judith 49 Warner, Carolyn 49, 103 112,114 Williams, Nancy 49, 114 Williams, Sarah 83 Williamson, Ronald 83 Wilson, Betty 67 Wilson, David A. 67 Winn, James 67, 106 Winzer, James 67 Wise, Clarence 83 Wise, Kenneth 49 Wissinger, Jacquelyn 49 Witman, Nancy 49 Wood, Robert 83 Woodward, George 49 Woodward, lrving 83 Worlein, Lorena 49, 107 Worth, Bernice 49 Wright, Ellen 50 Wright, Florence 83, 107 Ter Mer, Donald 81 Terry, Sandra 66 Tetsch, Frederick 48 Thielmann, Henry 81 Tholl, Jane 48 Thomas, Edwin 85 Thompson, Dale 66 iThompson, Norman 81 Thompson, Ronald 81 Tice, Belinda 81, 107 Tice, Caroline 85 Timmreck, Joanne 66, 108 Tobey, Lindsay 85 Warton, Robert 82 Wawerzin, Jessie 67 Webb, Doris 82, 112 Weiandt, Stephen 67 Weidennar, John 82 Weiss, Andrew 82 Weiss, David 82 Weiss, Marilyn 49 Wells, John 86 Wells, Susan 107 Wernegreen, Eva 82 Wernegreen, Joyce 82 Westlake, Tom 82 Wright, Lorraine 83, 107 Wright, Rhoda 83. l I2 Wright, Robert 67 Wright, Sandra 83, 108 Wright, William 86 Wyzgala, Alison 50 Yaxley, F. Roberta 50, 133 Yeager, Dorothy 83 Yockey. Dolores 67 Yonker, Garret 83 Young, Myron 50 Zehr. Phyllis 50 113 Meyer, Stella M. 28 Administration ond Foculty index Adolph, Paul E. 28 Aldridge, Bernard 18 Alms, Julius J. 18 Anderson, Austin G. 27 Anderson, Earl M. 19 Barnes, James H. 18 Bates, Herbert R. 22, 28 Belton, Robert H. 23 Blix, Martha E. 28 Bouton, Kenneth 0. 28 Boyle, William 18 Broman, A. Franklin 22, 23 Burton, Wilfred L. 23 Carbaugh, Robert C. 23, 106, 107 Carlton, Freelin A. 18 Christionsen. E. C. 18 Christiansen, Wayne 18 Coder, S. Maxwell 16, 18, 23 Constable, Robert L. 18 Cook, Harold R. 23 Crowell, Henry C. 18, 19, 23 Culbertson, William 14, 19, 23 Currie, Frank J. 28 Dantuma, Angelyn G. 22, 23 Darling, Grace 23 Dobbins, J. Maurice 28, 104 Edman, Elner A. 18 Elzey, Fred M. 19 Everard, Alice E. 21 Everest, F. Alton 18 Fritsch, Edna E. 23 Frye, A. Paul 18 Garland, William 18 Garner, Arvilla K. 28 Garner, Harold E. 23, 11 1 Geesaman, lima E. 24 Getz, Gene A. 28 Goodridge, Mary Alice 28 Gotaas, David S. 28 Hargett, G. Keith 18 Harrison, James F. 24 Havird, Mary 22 Heurlin, Robert J. 28 Hustad, Donald P. 24 Jackson, Ruby Ann 21, 24 Jarman, Maxey 19 Johnson, David H. 19 Johnson, Edward L. 19 Johnson, LeRoy E. 19 Johnson, Titus 28 Kline, Lowell L. 19 Lessel, William M. 19, 28 Loes, Harry Dixon 24 Luck, G. Coleman 24 Macaulay, J. C. 24 Martin, Alfred 24, 87 Mayhew, Robert E. 27 Medendorp, Jacob 28 Millar, Isobel S. 22 Miller, Florence G. 22 Mohr, Anthony 19 Moon, Irwin A. 19 Moon, Janet 28 Mostert, John 20, 24 Moyer, Elgin S. 25 Needham, Helen I. 25, 113 Nelson, Morris E. 25 Nicholas, Robert E. 19 Nordland, C. B. 19 Palmer, Warren E. 27 Parsons, Robert H. 18 Patterson, Ralph B. 25 Pearson, Lawrence E. 25 Pfeiffer, Charles F. 25 Ragland, R. Natalie 25 Rayfield, Robert C. 29, 108 Raymond, John H. 18 Rentschler, Helen C. 25 Rich, Robert M. 27 Robertson, Irvine 25 Robinson, Lillian H. 29, 108 Robinson, Paul F. 25 Rud, Richard L. 22, 29 Schumacher, Carl J. 19 Schwepker, Paul W. 18 Sherwood, A. Rollin 19 Short, William F. 29 Smart Smay, Smith Smith Smith Smith, Snow, Spain, David 25 Paul E. 27 , Donald G. 25 Gordon A. 29 Harry R. 19 Virgil E. 26 Ralph W. 22 Marjorie 26 Springer, J. Arthur 26 Stam, Jacob 19 Stephens, Harold K. 18 Stockburger, Harold E. 18 Stockley, Robert L. 27 Stone, Nathan J. 26 Swan, Franklin E. 27 Symonds, Dorothy 29 Taylor, Gladys E. 26 Talbot, Gladys Mary 21, 26 Taylor, Frank F. 18 Taylor, Kenneth H. 18 Unkefer, Leonard A. 19 Vos, Howard F. 26 Washburn, Allan Lynn 27 Weikel, Douglas R. 29 Wertheimer, Paul M. 27 Weyerhaeuser, C. Davis 19 Wilson, John F. 29 Wilson, Lon E. 26 Wise, Donald L. 29 Woodall, M. Thomas 29 Wuest, Kenneth S. 26 Advertisers' Index Topical I ndex Administration . .... 1 8, 19 Admissions . . . . . 20 Advertising . . 147-149, 156, 158-178 Alumni Association . . . . 152, 153 Arch .... . 120-1 22 Arch Photo Contest . . 123 Chorale ..... . 103 Christian Education Club . 111 Contents .... . 1 1 Correspondence School . . 157 Deans ..... . 22 Dean's Message . . 16, 17 Dedication . . . 6, 7 Evening School . . 87-91 Faculty . . . 23-29 Foreward . . . . 10 Founder's Week . . 154, 155 French Club . . 113 Juniors . . . 58-68 Memoriam . . . 8,9 Men's Glee Club . . . 106 Missionary Union . . . . 1 14, 115 Moody Institute of Science . 144-146 Moody Student . . . . 124, 125 Nurses' Christian Fellowship . . 112 Oratorio Chorus . . . . 105 Orchestra . . . 104 Organ Guild . . . . 108 Post-Graduates . . . . . 8 6 Practical Christian Work . . 13 8-141 President's Message . . 14, 15 Radio Club . . . . 109 Recitalists . . 132-135 Registrars . . . 21 Seniors . . . 32-50, 86 Senior Retreat . . 51, 52 Sophomores .... . 70-83 Sports ..... . 98,99 Student Government-Men's . 1 16 Student Government-Women's . . . 1 17 Student Placement . . . 1 3 6, 137 Unorganized Students . . 84-86 W. M. B. I. . . . 150,151 Women's Glee Club . . . 107 Bauer's Service Station . . Baumann, Roy , , , Bible Institute of Los Angeles Christian 8: Missionary Alliance Church Christian Business Men's Committee Cicero Bible Press . . Complimentary . . . Cook, David C .... Cosmopolitan National Bank Edgewater Baptist Church . Erickson Brothers, A.A. . Erickson Jewelers . . Hi-C . . . Horder's Inc. . Hufford Furniture . Jackson Co., A.L. . Jules Auto Service . Lawson Y.M.C.A .... Majestic International Corp. Major Oil Co ..... Midwest Bible Church . . Missionary Equipment Service Moody Alumni Association Moody Bookstore . . . Moody Institute of Science . Moody Memorial Church . Moody Monthly . . . Moody Personnel Oflice . Moody Radio 8: Publications Moody Stewardship Department Mueller Photo .... North State Press, Inc. . Pacific Garden Mission . Phillips Jewelry Co. . . Praise Book Publishing Co. Preferred Risk Insurance Co. Ricketts ..... Scripture Press . . . Skrudland Photo . . . Slavic Gospel Association . Standard Photo Supply Co. Standard Publishing Foundation The Sudan Interior Mission . . Sunday School Times Co., The Sweet Shop .... The Evangelical Alliance Mission Union Realty Mortgage Co. Wacker Hotel . . . Senior Directory Aamodt, Otto Ray-609-6 N. E. Ave., Minot, N. D. Abraham, Arthur-995 LaPaz Road, Santa Barbara, Cal. Adams, James W., Jr.-Rt. No. 1, Box 121, Kilgore, Tex. Aldridge, P. David-520 N. Main St., Wheaton, Ill. Alvis, Merilyn J .-404 N. Stillwell St., Bloomington, Ill. Amburgey, Lorna L.-285 N. Union St., Sparta, Mich. Anderson, Esther M.-1179 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Anderson, Richard A.-Brooklyn, Mich. Arms, Lawrence W.-2321 Valentine Road, Lapeer, Mich. Ashland, Viviene L.-3023 Enoch Ave., Zion, Ill. Baber, Gloria L.-11 W. Mt. Ida Ave., Alexandria, Va. Bachert, Earl C.-3369 Briggs Blvd., Grand Rapids, Mich. Baddorf, Patricia J.-R. D. No. 3, Dillsburg, Pa. Barkey, Erle C.-Pickering, Ont., Can. Baughman, A. Gay-1337 Gilbert Ave., Downers Grove, Ill. Baumann, Clayton R.-413 E. Orchard, Arlington Heights, Ill. Bebout, Phyllis R.-2923 Rutherford, Chicago, Ill. Bellingham, J oseph-31 Woodbridge Road, Hamilton, Ont., Can. Bennett, Virginia L.-5348 N. McVicker, Chicago, Ill. Billman, Shirley J .-R.R. No. l, Wakarusa, Ind. Blankenbaker, Lee Ann-39-163rd St., Calumet City, Ill. Boltz, Mary L.-445 Confer Ave., Hamburg, Pa. Boone, Norma L.-110 Tenth St., Golden, Colo. Boyd, Patricia L.-Pound, Wis. Bradshaw, Vonda L.-R.R. No. 2, Wellington, Kans. Broussard, Medrick H.-3311 N. 29th St., Tacoma, Wash. Brower, Alberta C.-3003 Virmar St., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Brown, H. Dale-4711 N. Dawson St., Seattle, Wash. Brown, Larry W.-9810 W. 89th St., Overland Park, Kans. Brown, Viola I.-Pembine, Wis. Bruni, Ernest-Rt. No. 2, Box 1528-C, Sarasota, Fla. Buchhalter, Ruth H.-19460 Whitcornb, Detroit, Mich. Burk, Paul F.-R.F.D. No. 1, Goodland, Kans. Burns, Jo Ann-R.R. No. 2, Box 129, Union Grove, Wis. Busse, Alice A.-Rt. 6, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Cain, Frances A.-Adel, lowa. Campbell, Marilyn A.-R.R. No. 1, Cisco, Ill. Carney, Loretta M.-1720 Arlington Ave., Davenport, Iowa. Carpenter, John B.-213 Ellsworth St., Bridgeport, Conn. Caskey, Margaret R.-1510 S. 139th St., Temple, Tex. Chambery, Charles H.-247 Garson Ave., Rochester, N. Y. Chapman, Gary D.-Rt. No. 3, China Grove, N. C. Choisser, Daniel P.-7448 Valaria Drive., Highland, Cal. Clarin, Joyce J.-Rt. No. 2, Box 17A, Menagha, Minn. Clements, Phyllis M.-Second St., Cannelton, Ind. Conrad, Alyce, L.-1909 Prospect St., Racine, Wis. Conrad, Carolyn J. 245 N. Price Road, Ladue, Mo. Cram, Carroll V.-Toledo, Iowa. Cram, Delores L. fMrs. C. VJ-Toledo, Iowa. Creathorne, Carol A.-274 Lincoln Ave., East Paterson, N. J. Davis, Marilyn F.-4255 Crum Road, Youngstown, Ohio. Deavel, R. Philip-2210 Miami St., South Bend, Ind. Dennison, James M.-217 W. Third St., Florence, N. J. Deremer, Mildred J.-l 14 Cedar St., Ridgefield Park, N. J. Dickie, C. Avie-Rt. No. 2, Albertville, Ala. Dingman, Diane E.-1706 Burke Ave., N. E., Grand Rapids, Mich. Dinwiddie, Richard D.-481 N .Cedar, Galesburg, Ill. Docherty, Robert K., II-17 Pond St., Waltham, Mass. Dokes, June A.-1334 W. 112th St., Chicago, Ill. Dorsey, Harold A.-Silvis, Ill. Dougherty, Charles P.-266 Prospect Park, West Brooklyn 15, N.Y. Duez, Robert C.-Glen Richey, Pa. Durner, Lorabelle M.-Arapahoe, Neb. Egner, David C.-1254 Forest Ave., Muskegon, Mich. Ellinger, Robert G.-R.F.D. No. 1, Tippecanoe, Ind. English, Lois J.-316 Corn St., Ithaca, N. Y. Engstrom, Margaret E.-733 Water St., Hobart, Ind. p Everett, Janice D.-Hayfield, Minn. Fairchild, Carol J .-533 Luzerne St., Johnstown, Pa. Fenton, Mariel E.-719 Elm St., Antigo, Wis. Fillmore, Patricia A.-2941 Eastlawn, Detroit, Mich. Florio, Anthony-55 Willow Ave., Cornwall, N. Y. Follis, H. Gene-Box 232, Valparaiso, Ind. Forney, Ruth M.-cfo E. Mellott, 1307 Eighth Ave., Sterling, Ill. Fulton, William M.-Box 67, Grandview, Iowa. Garwood, Donna D.-Burwell, Neb. Geiman, Robert H.-416 N. Linden St., Marshall, Mich. Germaine, Richard A.-7231 Kessling St., Flint, Mich. Getz, Loren L.-R.R. No. 1, Medaryville, Ind. Goetz, Lynn H.-Drake Street Road, Oakfield, N. Y. Golder, Iva L.-5416 N. Washington Blvd., Arlington, Va. Gordon, Robert C.-457 Saint Charles St., Elgin, Ill. Graham, Beverly J .-98 Andrews Ave., Lake Orion, Mich. Graham, M. Enid-123 N. Scott St., Wheaton, Ill. Grant, Ruth-2201 N. California Ave., Chicago, Ill. Green, M. Rachel-200 Third St., Findlay, Ohio. Greenawalt, Barbara A.-142 No. Charolotte St., Manheim, Pa. Griffin, Charles D.-Rt. No. 1, Box 479, Port Angeles, Wash. Griffith, Phyllis E.-4721 Gray Ave., Detroit, Mich. Griswold, Leroy L.-640 S. Sixth St., Chillicothe, Ill. Haack, Nancy J .-5 143 N. 41st St., Milwaukee, Wis. Haight, Robert L.-1368 East Hill Road, Flint, Mich. Hall, Charles L.-Stories Trailer Court, E. 10th St., Marysville, Ohio Hamman, Barbara J .-824 E. Indiana, Elkhart, Ind. Harmon, Virginia M.-Aquidauana, Mato Grosso, Brazil, S. A. Hatrak, Diane E.-7446 Monroe Ave., Hammond, Ind. Helmer, Ruth J .-5438 S. Spaulding Ave., Chicago, Ill. Henderson, William A.-4201 S. Delaware St., Englewood, Colo. Herman, Wayne L.-Plainview, Minn. Herren, Barbara A.-810 Division St., Plainfield, Ill. Hersom, Muriel E.-R.F.D. No. 1, Box 13, Lebanon, Me. Hill, Daniel O.-515 Winchester, St. Joseph, Mich. Hill, Hazel M.-Chetek, Wis. Holcomb, Mary J.-Rt. No. 2, Box 84, Hancock, Wis. Hollinger, Paul R.-R.D. No. 3, Elizabethtown, Pa. Holt, Gilbert F.-205 Orange St., Jackson, Mich. Hornstein, Ann-Box 43, Winter Garden, Fla. Houston, John L.-246 Park Ave., River Forest, Ill. Hudson, Richard C.-Town Line Road, Rutland, Vt. Huisman, Ronald D.-Titonka, Iowa. Jealouse, Raymond H.-1595 W. 65th Ave., Vancouver, B.C., Can. Johnson, Roy A.-212 S. Harvard Ave., Addison, Ill. Jones, Evangeline R.-412 North Wood Drive, Buffalo, N. Y. Jordhamo, Anthony-300 Lake Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Joslin, Gary D.-405 Messer St., Rhinelander, Wis. Joslin, Marion J. fMrs. G. DJ-405 Messer St., Rhinelander, Wis. Justus, Barbara J .-Rt. No. 4, Bozeman, Mont. Kalb, George H.-Hartford, S. D. Kassik, Joan M. C Mrs. R. W.J-Rt. No. 4, Alva, Okla. Kassik, Ronald W.-Rt. No. 4, Alva, Okla. Kathan, Sherrill E.-Box 3064, Macon, Ga. Katzenberger, William T.-115 Christiana St., North Tonawanda, N.Y. Kee, Ralph A.-4 Beacon Court, Concord, N. H. Kehl, Mary A.-210 Jackson St., Mt. Carroll, Ill. Kemper, E. Bruce-639 Pico Ave., San Mateo, Cal. Kempston, Patricia A.-11304 Tower Road S. W., Tacoma, Wash Kinzie, William R.-405 E. 4th St., Bloomsburg, Pa. Kisner, Kathleen A.-5 72 Woodville Road, Toledo, Ohio. Klaassen, Silas M.-6027 E. 14th St., Kansas City, Mo. 187 Lahaie, Lynn D.-E. 1414 Liberty, Spokane, Wash. Landrum, Paul A.-523 Bellevue Road, Lake Orion, Mich. Lasse, Philip C.-Blukwa, Congo Belge, Africa. Lenz, Robert W.-108-13th St., Hoboken, N. J. Lindvig, Joan H.-Genoa City, Wis. Lining, Alfred-13 Lafayette Park, Rochester, N. Y. Loney, Roderick N. A.-180 Pointe a Pierre Road, San Fernando, Trinidad, B.W.I. Loney, Sylvia E. CMrs. R. N. AJ-180 Pointe a Pierre Road, Long, Donald L.-1623 W. Indiana Ave., Elkhart, Ind. Long, Kathryn L.-505 Liberty St., Muscatine, Iowa. Losey, Rose M.-R.R. No. 1, La Moille, Ill. Luce, Duane R.-39281 Cherry Hill Road, Wayne, Mich. MacPhail, Myrle A.-20 Beech St., Braintree, Mass. Makil, Gaspar A.-Bauguen, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Mamrosh, Michael-R.F.D. No. 1, Dolgeville, N. Y. Mannon, T. Thomas-1553 N. Clark St., Chicago, Ill. Marchak, Edith J .-420 Gilbert Ave., East Paterson, N. J. Markley, Alice A.-R.R. No. 2, Augusta, Kans. Marsh, Robert L.-10201 Farmers Blvd., Hollis, L. I., N. Y. Martin, Mary M.-136 Hall St., West Branch, Mich. Mason, James B.-28 Wellwood St., Belfast, North Ireland. Matrau, Marilyn J.-621 E. Arch St., Indianapolis, Incl. McCullough, Barbara J.-721 W. Second, North Platte, Neb. McDermott, Thomas W.-Box 137A, McDonald, Ohio. McGarrahan, James C.-3121 Ezekiel Ave., Zion, Ill. McLennan, R. Joseph-313 N. Cabot Road, Everett, Wash. McMillin, Edward E., Jr.-Beaver St., Box 415, Wampum, Pa. Miller, Charles L.-R.R. No. 2, Oblong, Ill. Miller, Sidney A., Jr.-1918 N. W. 24th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. Moon, James I.-1816 Pelham Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. Mooney, Shirley S.-1321 Moulton Ave., N. Muskegon, Mich Morgan, Richard D.-5437-73rd Ave., Summit, Ill. Morris, Janet E.-Rt. No. 3, Sandusky, Mich. Morris, Malcolm S.-U.F. Church Manse, Ballachulish, Argyll, Scotland Most, Gloria E.-22 Summitt Ave., Greenfield, Mass. Nelson, Helen J.-7440 S. Evans, Chicago, Ill. Nikolich, Natalie V.-4701 Massachusetts St., Gary, Ind. O'Barr, Frieda L.-505 E. Jefferson, Valparaiso, Ind. O'Halloran, Sylvia M.-431 Fox St., Lapeer, Mich. Osterhus, David W.-4510 W. Broadway, Robbinsdale, Minn. Ottersen, Roger W.-154 Sanborn St., Michigan City, Ind. Paige, Joan E.-284 Eastside Drive, Concord, N. H. Parish, Oliver J.-1523 Chicago Ave., Savanna, Ill. Pearson, Kenneth O.-817 Hubbard Ave., Elkhart, Ind. Pent, Benjamin A.-1524 Clark Road, Charleston, W. Va. Percy, E. J ean-506 S. Lime St., Lancaster, Pa. Perkins, James D.-36 Kimball St., Lebanon, N. H. Peter, John P.-6375 Lanman Drive, Drayton Plains, Mich. Peterson, Jean L.-Rt. No. 3, Muscatine, Iowa. Pfiester, Edward J .-4922 Elm Ave., Hammond, Ind. Pittman, J. Edward-921 Eifth St., Hermosa Beach, Cal. Poast, David N.-4708 Forest Hills Road, Loves Park, Ill. Pollock, David G.-410 James St., Hinton, W. Va. Puzey, M. Ruth-Box 339, Catlin, Ill. Quick, Garold R.-R.R. No. 1, Ankeny, Iowa. Randall, Charles D.-R.R. No. 3, Box 298, Oshkosh, Wis. Renfroe, Barbara A.-Rt. No. 1, North Platte, Neb. Reynolds, R. Shirley-Little Timbers, School Rd., Claremont, Cape, S. Africa Rice, Donald L.-Rose City, Mich. Robbins, Raymond O.-R.R. No. 1, Lowville, N. Y. Robertson, John T.- 9655 Calmada Ave., Whittier, Cal. Robinson, Mary Ann-cl o Mrs. John Weatherwax, Springfield, Mass. Rood, John M.-Box 1578, Atlanta, Ind. Ross, Neil C.-239 E. Main St., New London, Ohio. Ruby, Glenn B.-246 E. Maple St., Villa Park, Ill. Rudolph, Robert J .-Box 184, Rudyard, Mich. Ruoss, Sylvia A.-103 Conestoga, New Holland, Pa. Rush, Robert E.-clo D. W. MacCary, 521 Harrington Rd., Havertown, Pa. Russel, Joan G.-1424-27th St., Port Huron, Mich. Ryman, Richard L.-3740 W. Wrightwood, Chicago, 111. Ryon, George R., Jr.-1805 Windsor Park Lane, Havertown, Pa. Sabin, H. David-R. R. No. 3, Pontiac, Ill. Sammons, Frederick E.-Box 1 16, Muskego, Wis. Schad, La Rue-R.R. No. 2, Hudson, Ill. Schafer, Nancy M.-612 2!3 W. 87th, Los Angeles, Cal. Schmutzer, Duane E.-901 E. 1 lth St., Falls City, Neb. Schoultz, Frances G.-311 W. Dittmar, San Antonio, Tex. Scott, H. Orville-502 Woodstock Road, Fredericton, N. B., Can Seymour, Frank M.-1012 Roberta Road, Schenectady, N. Y. Sherbeck, Carl H.-Rt. No. 1, Shiocton, Wis. Sherman, Janice E.-R.D. No. 4, Box 104, Amsterdam, N. Y. Siddall, Mary A.-R.R. No. 1, Markesan, Wis. Sippel, Dean L.-65 Highland Ave., Galesburg, Ill. Sippel, Ruth J. CMrs. D. L.J-65 Highland Ave., Galesburg, Ill. Sischo, William R.-Box 25, North St., Mich. Skeie, Robert T.-2520 Hunt St., Ames, Iowa. Skinner, T. J.-Rt. No. 1, Eldorado, Okla. Slater, Eugene A.-9919 Stielacoom Lake Drive, Tacoma, Wash. Smith, Jerry D.-720 Ave. B, Redondo Beach, Cal. Snyder, Bruce H.-815 S. 26th St., South Bend, Ind. Sprik, Jeanette F.-1367 Lakewood, Detroit, Mich. St. John, D. Martin-Palatine Bridge, N. Y. Stearns, David M.-11 Newman Ave., Verona, N. J. Stelling, Lorraine R.-Rt. No. 9, Mahtomedi, Minn. Stowers, Jack S.-1943 North St., Boulder, Colo. Strabel, Priscilla M.-509 Arthur Ave., Scottdale, Pa. Stutesman, Philip A.-1 13 S. Maumee, Tecumseh, Mich. Sudo, Timothy M.-159 Minezawa-Cho, Hodogaya, Yokohama, Japan Swank, Anne B.-R.D. No. 4, Box 553, Lancaster, Pa. Sweatman, Gareth T.-2209 N. Fifth St., Harrisburg, Pa. Swenson, Evelyn A.--Warsaw, Ill. Swenson, M. Janet-Ortonville, Minn. Teela, Robert L.-3548 W. Shakespeare Ave., Chicago, Ill. Tetsch, Frederick L.-Box 187, San Benito, Tex. Tholl, Jane T.-136A Clyde St., Hampton, Va. Ulveling, Charles N.-Box 205, Aroma Park, Ill. Vallone, Mary L.-3301 Douglas Ave., Racine, Wis. Varga, Mary J.-9 S. State St., Chippewa Walls, Wis. Vermillion, Linda E.-Rt. No. 3, Mendota, Ill. Vining, Gedney L.-62 Hayes St., Binghamton, N. Y. Volkmann, Arthur D.-R.R. No. 1, Juneau, Wis. Wade, H. Elaine-Rt. No. 5, Grand Junction, Colo. Waggener, Dora L.-315 Ford Ave., Jackson, Miss. Walters, Robert D.--414 E. Locust St., Bethlehem, Pa. Ward, Raymond A.-St. Vincent, Minn. Wardell, Judith A.-268 S. Shirley St., Pontiac, Mich. Warner, Carolyn A.-935 E. Walnut, Springfield, Mo. Weiss, Marilyn J.-4910 Adams, Lincoln, Neb. Westphal, Elizabeth B.-3007 W. 65th St., Seattle, Wash. Westphal, Fred A.-500 Fourth St., S. W., Little Falls, Minn. Weyhe, Margaret L.-1013 Griffin St., Olean, N. Y. Wickstrom, Janet E.-217 S. Pelham St., Rhinelander, Wis. Wiggers, Kenneth N.-Box 127, Clymer, N. Y. Williams, Nancy A.-R.R. No. 1, Waterman, Ill. Wise, Kenneth E.-610 N. Third St., Missoula, Mont. Wissinger, Jacquelyn E.-819 Stanley St., Ypsilanti, Mich. Witman, Nancy L.-222 S. Main St., Manheim, Pa. Woodward, George A.-443 S. Main, New Richmond, Wis. Worlein, Lorena E.-2713 Third Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. Worth, Bernice C.-l Brook St., Malden, Mass. Wright, Ellen V.-7635 W. Irving Park Road, Chicago, Ill. Wyzgala, Alison E.-1529 N. Washtenaw, Chicago, Ill. Yaxley, F. Roberta-5142 J arloth, Skokie, Ill. Young, Myron W.-359 N. Mill St., Barron, Wis. Zehr, Phyllis J.-1 105 N. Linden, Normal, Ill. Acknowledgments ADVISERS Mr. Henry C. Crowell, Photography Miss Angelyn Dantuma, Copy Miss Grace Darling, Faculty Mr. Lowell Kline, Business Mr. William Lessel, 'Technical PRINTER North State Press, Inc. PHOTOGRAPHER Mueller Photo INSTITUTE DEPARTMENTS Office of the Registrars Student Record Office Evening School Promotion Department Alumni Association Member, Associated Collegiate Press r I, 155-4 Epilogue It seems that eons have passed since that memorable February afternoon when the retir- ing Arch editor said to me, "Dick, how would you like to be next year's editor?" Now, I'm the retiring editor, and I'm asking myself, "Well, Dick, how did you like it?" It isn't easy to compress into a few words the emotions and endeavors of fifteen exhaust- ing months. And yet, without a slight men- tion of all that is close to us at Oilice 20-22, 153 Building, you might think that this book was actually not too much harder than cutting an ordinary stencil from a commercial pattern, or that it is just another college yearbook. Obviously, the book would not have gone beyond the stage of thought " had it not been for the work i I of the advisers and the print- , 156-fl fy er. Mr. Heitmann, of the North State Printing Com- pany, Inc., should well re- Q member the September day when a few of us stormed his plant in Hammond, Indiana, previous to the signing of the contract. Heitmann Your advice was always appreciated, sir, and your patience as well. Always ready to take a little extra time to insure the work was done correctly, you really made us feel that you had confidence in both your work and ours. Deadlines seemed to always come too soon, and yet the thrill of meeting one made all the energy expended seem some- 'k"' what worthwhile, anyway. Those all-night sessions in the darkroom, Neal Cof which you actually had com- paratively few this yearj will probably remain in your memory, at least X . fl 51 'E " E ei if A' - 11,7 ' x ' ig,1l"' 'g 2 V ' ' ff-Vs: 1-'I' 1' I ' ffl: -:Eg ii Doty until your book is done. Especially vivid to me is the time you blasted the hot water by mis- take on that roll of negatives that I couldn't shoot over. Then there were the innumerable last minute occasions when I had to "whip out the Rollei" and bring in any material still c is missing. There was the prob- lem Gene, you, and I had deciding if that eight-inch dimension was horizontal or vertical, the night we shot I pictures and .I ack wore "his Mueller jacket"g the times Mr. Muel- ler and his wife graciously came through with our urgent requests for another picture of Mr. Crowell or an emer- gency appointment for the last senior whose picture hadn,t been taken. Rex, you and Hank certainly had your problems with the Graphic, never knowing for sure if it were going to work all right or 1'10t. Carol Jeanne, you surely recall when the senior pictures refused to A .1 line up evenly on the layout boardg the hours of sketch- I L ing and drawing, striving for y., that good contemporary de- gtg ' : signg and there was that I question you'd always ask me, 'lWhen are we going to have any pictures to paste?" Well, they're all pasted now, and we can all rest. I also seem to recall the numerous times that Dave or Lynn would leave a layout session with plea, "I'm going to get my radio? Fairchild And Phil, there was the night we consid- ered leaving even the "Arch" off the cover- and left that fake cover design lying around that sort of "shook" some of the staif. When it came to being faithful to duty, Barb, you certainly were. Sometimes I thought those typewriters would never be silenced. Jan and Carol, all those pages of copy -slippery stuff, too! As for you all, Myrna, Tom, and Jack-you enthusiastically took hold of his new concept for yearbook design, and I marveled that you did such a fine job of writing in an unfamiliar idiom. Dave, to you went the task of compiling the student index, a job nobody wants, but one which is so essential to a good book. "Forsooth", Bill Sischo, your collection of green ties with silky textures thereof were wonders to be- hold, and at staff meetings, no less! The job of treasurer must have been a burden- some bore to your semi-fri- volous personality, but hav- ing you on the staff was quite a diversion from many of the simple problems and the serious ones as well. Only you would have sent me a note just before a meeting, stating, "Must study. Won't come? -typically Sischonian. Definitely memorable was the Saturday we drove to Hinsdale to select the place for the banquet. You nearly broke up the party, Phyllis, with your suggestion that we leave Lynn "sittin' by de side ob Clements de road". And then the scare when we thought you had Sischo the mumps. . . All the responsibilities to guide in develop- ing the Evening .School section were placed upon you, Mary, and you did well. We will never forget your weekly report that "Dr. Martin is quite pleased." As business manager, Ruth, the problems of finance were basically yours. That we sold a record dollar amount of advertising, and that the hundreds of individual photos for the class section were handled efficiently are credits to you and your staff. The pages of minutes on my desk are evi- V in dent testimony, Anne, to . your work as secretary. I 6 I 1 seem to recall that there was .,i -W .- I i ,.,Y 5: Q--Q ,771 f.--1-,-1.1.1-gag, - P lii.r- considerable approval when - you became engaged. After .gn ,,- , , as 'X that, it seemed best to have Johnson staff meetings at 6:20 in- stead of 6:15. To you, Ann, my associate editor, prob- ably is due more credit for the completion of this book than any single other staff member. Without your constant encouragement, I wouldn't even have finished this letter. More than once l would have al- ! Y most stepped down from this I job and turned it over to someone else, yet you al- ways reminded me that my strength was in the Lord, so I kept on. I never suspected when I asked you to be my associate editor that not too long after, I would ask you to be something else, resigning myself from the world of bachelorhood. Whether it was taking pictures, writing or rewriting copy, suggesting layout, selling an ad, or presiding at a meeting, you were there. Each of you can be proud of your part in the production of this edition of the Arch - it meant hard intensive work for seemingly infinite hours, but He brought us through, it was worth it. You all were a great staff with which to work. 1 ' n . Z Hornstein D. Dinwiddie 'fqwj -- , .F- , . ,J W .V v, W 1 w M H H ,. 3 Q 1 uf! . -. - :Q 1 .-s . if . 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