Mountlake College - Pinion Yearbook (Everett, WA)

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At every turn there is a new surprise or a challenge. River crossings have to be discovered, mountain passes located. The going is rough and sacrifices have to be made. Modern conveniences and facilities normally considered as absolutely essential are forgotten at the moment in view of greater opportunities in the future. A resolute determination to blaze new trails and open new territories is the directing factor for those who have caught the vision of the pioneer. The Pioneer is an adventurer, he is also a history maker. l-le loves and appreciates the present in view of the future. The promise of tomorrow satisfies his heart today and so he presses forward, claiming new ground and building well for those who will come after him . The students , faculty, and staff of Mountlake College are Pioneers in an academic world. Through their united in- terest and effort a new college has been succes sfully launched. The hope that has inspired them is the future training of such who wish to live for Christ victoriously and serve Him successfully. Much has already been accom- plished, but more remains to be done. Thus, with confidence that a great future lies ahead for Mountlake, its Pioneers will move forward in faith to build strongly and well an in- heritance for those who will follow in the paths they are now blazing. 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS THEME 4 DEDICATION 6 STAFF 8 STUDENTS 16 ACTIVITIES 2 S SOCIAL 48 SPONSORS 72 ROSTER S0 5 DEDICATION We would like to dedicate this book to the man who has done much to make this school possible. A man with a vision of missions? Yes, by his own ad- mission he is a missionary himself and is in the process of training young men and women for the mission field. A man with a vision for education? Yes , he is an educa- tor and is working to train people in this very needed field. Born in Australia and coming to the United States from his home in 1952 , he has worked very hard to see Mountlake College come into being. Thus we would like to dedicate the first edition of the Pinion to Dr. A. Lyall Lush. 6 7 Ng YA N' 1- .Af . . ffl Xi? J gi Q ' 1 , -L l,..V , Q N , V O- 1 fitgfi 'K w kl 1 A ' , , rl ' xx '? g,J?2, E AN f W' Q 1-if 1 ' " ' - f' ' . r- , . " 5 L, . N' NY' 'H 'sg jx N 12331: ' A En , 'ilflif' N' i 5 W-if, fx-J 1 U' V -eff M- f mv if Q X jaigfsrll 'F f' 4?E15"f!I "1 ' ' ff x fi-F24 1 "F- -R f ,- 53,1 fff 1 72 ,gif Q2 -"" ,'f 1 , 5 g f? -' L 'L' A '- L uf, .1 ,..1 hx , X . vjr i ' N my 2' ' - if if ' ' If :L Q! -C ,A ,4 , pf Y 4,111 :, 5. 4' g E? -V -7 airs' Q XA ,W Q ,. ' My 2, V ., 13251 In . ,E 2 14 ' . 1 1-Q46--an . f X ,Baci , - , - 4Qm'a?.-:mag-ng K.. ,, f,A , U I :A .UA 4-,15l9,'?.,lf.-a Q Sf r T531 gf I . , Qafiiiijgzi 'i L 'J-pil ., f 652:33 f 1 1 i ,. -L "A, 5 'iff 4- Q 2 'vw f- 35? YA . , Q' . U7 , ,.,5q,,,2.,., isis? 092925 M1 W 'gfffgfpn 1 X X. 'S27 cf"7 f4' AJ w g ,xp '11 . . A , A..1-L--- r13':7i. . W f , -M . , , "1 az 2 'ML im? -fl' v- Qfzufffy. Mr. ' - -Lg , ff-1:"41.- 'MMM' E r- ' r QQ ,vw 4.14, -z 4'-, - 27 L - Agfa' -fy 0'wf:wd19:-1031 ' ' - -' s'-I . '7ffr"1Er-Q--EW! !5,'2!4l?i?f.-2 Y 1 . xxbfk 7' ,saggy Egg: 1.2251 Gill Q, iw . X ' 'Z 5' if f '. Q N , " -f Q 5.1-f -' 55 . 9 -.M . J5PE'2wi ,gh f-R4 "G 42,1-f H0 f N y 33,125-1. . ' -ku Q-J, Ax AEQJD' - -T ' ,. 'X' r Ap -- ' IL-X ' XYNJ S-,JS 8 STAFF ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE BOARD Hendrick Van Dyke Nelson Malkus Colin Tweddell, Paul Anderson, Lloyd Johnson fSecretaryl ll Lush, Robert Rasmussen, Menno Unruh, Ed Atkinson Malcolm McLeod, Lya CLega1 Advisori KDeanD CChairmanl KRegistrarD 10 Whatis the basic image of Mountlake in a modern academic world? As a "Christian" college it includes: l . Fundamental issues o f thought and life in Biblical context. 2. Interpretation of the totality of life's experiences with the Christian, world-view. 3. Bringing historical and contem- porary thought under the judgment of divine revelation. 4. Providing an ac ad e mic excel- lency for dedicated Christain students to prepare them for a meaningful life's ministry. 5. Specialized teacher-training for teaching in Christian schools at home and abroad so that Christ's command, "go teach all nations," might be ex- pedited. May God help us to establish this image as we move ONWARD TO GREATER HEIGHTS! REGISTRAR Menno Unruh DEAN A . Lyall Lush Birth is a wonderful phenomenon. Aside from the marvel of its own com- plexity, it brings with it all the hopes of a new beginning. All the potentials of a lifetime are wrapped up in this one momentous occasion. Mo untl ak e College has been born as a new school in the field of higher academics. Its first cries and activ- ities have already created widespread attention. In everyway it gives evi- dence of healthy growth and ofa valued place in the family of Christian training. Mountlake has a great future. It has had a great beginning and will without a doubt be established as a great school that will merit the res- pect of students and friends alike. GLENN B. CAMPBELL B.A. , Th. B. Biblical Studies "That I may know Him, and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being made conformable unto His death." Phil. 3:10. FRED W. HAWLEY B.A. Physics , Biology "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness: and all these things shall be added unto you." Matt. 6:33 Lf-V Y l -2 THOMAS FAIRGRIEVE B.A. English "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart: and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths . " Prov. 3:5-6. 12 fs: ,- L 'fQ,,'a-MfMJ.' ' R 'A'Y':, 5 K JEAN LUSH B.A. , M.S.W. Human Relations "Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in thy presence is fulness of joy: at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore. " Psalm 16:11 . A. LYALL LUSH L.O.A. , B.A. , M.Ed. , D. Art, Missions, Geology "For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." Phil. 1:21. 'wi 66 GTB'-',s "Et:-7' f . l 3 GEORGE OVERHOLT B.A. Physical Education, Coach "Come unto Me, all ye that la- bour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." Matt. ll:28. KAY STAMEY BuAc I Mnsqwn Sociology, Psychology "I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have commit- ted unto Him against that day." II Timothy 1:12 ARTHUR PETRIE B.A. , Th.B. , Th.M. , Th.D. Old Testament "And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us . God is love: and He that dwell- eth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him." I Iohn 4:16. HELEN SMITH Prep-English "Commit thy way unto the Lord: trust also in Him: and He shall bring it to pass." Ps. 37:5. 14 COLIN E. TWEDDELL B.A. , M.A. , Ph.D. World Cultures "The Lord shall preserve thy go- ing out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore." Ps. l2l:8. MENNO P. UNRUH B.A. , Th. B. New Testament, History "I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." Phil. 3:14. What shall We offer them: These earnest ones who look to us For learning? Will theory's staff support When earth is strange and Hope is not Discerning Familiar paths for searching steps? May wisdom lend her wand And make it plain That life is more than words , and Faith Is not in vain. 15 ' L lrgv. .5 rf IGF' 7 . 1 I U , -r 1 f' 95163. 5 ' ly K' 1 N , ,W f an J, ,Q .N ' my W' lvl C I N' , MW , , -ik' ' , S4 ' ' ' 1 f .-.-' f . ' 4 -f , - .1 X X '-vf'f a'f7" ' zfzali-9 91475. Liao., - ' . 1 .11 ...f-'Z 2-Lai! NR: Quang. N "ff, H' f?23I-xvsnid'-'mf-warm 'S - . 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Y , new - f :Q-Q, 'ma mf ' , auf- - 1 ,- H-N5 , N , -r FRE SHMAN HERBERT EVANS BO NNIE CAM P BELL LINNET F-RINK HAZEL FORD V RUSSEL FRINK IAC QUELINE GOURLEY SHARON HAAKENSCDN STEVE I-IANOLD CARO LYN I-IOLLU M LOREN HOY RICHARD MATZEN ARTHUR IOHNSON DOROTHY MAYNARD L IO HN RO BERTSON BARBARA SELLERS BERNARD SELLERS STEPHANIE SELLERS KREASYP BILLIE TUPPER MERRILYNN WAL BRIDGE EDEN UNRUH I 4 ' MARY ATKINSON v is ' +A w w W N ELIZABETH GIBBONS SPECIAL AU DREY LEROY RICHARD LONGFELLOW THU MAS TVVEDDE1-L 26 First Row: Sharon Hartman, Nuna Erskine, Ruth Bryan, Agnes Christie, Mrs . Lush - Instructor. Second Row: Iohn Adams , Geraldine Cox, Mary Collett, Iohn Collett. Third Row: Evelyn Backer, Dorothy Kleppinger, Helen Mcflarthey, Margaret Smith. SPECIAL HUMAN RELATION STUDENTS Paul Morey, Myrna Morey Donna Wilson, Delores Haase 27 4- 'Af- ' ,. A., m- af' 15, ai 5225 1070! 'f k'.ri?T-L. Jlf'-m'i?1' A ,W End,-iltfglvgf ,,fi5w,.?:3b?5 A1130 . 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HA .-I A- ? john Robertson - Photographer Iackie Gourley - Assistant Dorothy Maynard - Photographer Sharon Haakenson - Assistant Eden Unruh - EDITOR Barbara Sellers - Secretary Larry Hummel - Business Manager Ed Hartman - Sales Manager 32 EYRIE OUTLOOK STAFF 1 l Hazel Ford - Poetry Mr. Unruh - Advisor Carolyn Hollum - EDITOR A Dorothy Maynard - Social Editor Laffy Hummel - 'Contributor Sharon Haakenson - Contributor Richard Matzen - Sports Editor Bonnie Campbell - Contributor Iackie Gourley - Exchange Editor "r 1 ,ft FOOD SERVICE Q31 MENU: Hamburgers Hot-dogs I-Iot Soup Milk H v . w 1 .. w 2545 254 1593 542 33 .7:gm,S K l A K... CHEF BILL CHRISTIAN SERVICE PROGRAM COMMITTEE Dollie Hetteen, Bill Bryan - Chairman, Larry Hummel v 1 1 i I LA w I L 1-A,z""P V CHALLENGING MESSAGES 34 TESTIMONY IN SONG CHAPELS Mr. Fairgrieve directs the services Special Readings ix it ,TQ RNT if .ggi as SE' 49.3 , V gg 'i 'K wi n 4 5715 ggi i. .i ff ia, . 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L A- ' sir 4 i P B' U V , Vi - ,t - , l' H U' if -, H1 ' Q no a Q 'V ' . wil 1: L . 3 .k,, . ii, CHOIR Norman Sellers , Larry Hummel, Steve Hanold Linnet Frink, Iackie Gourley, Sharon Haakenson, Eden Unruh, Helen Smith Bonnie Campbell, Dollie Hetteen, Billie Tupper, Carolyn Hollum, Barbara Sellers Qg - 1, 1 I I "O come, let us sing unto the Lord: let us make a joyful noise ' , ,L to the rock of our salvation. " im Psalm 9 5:1 PIANI ST Carolyn Hollum 38 ENSEMBLES TRIO DUET l Norman Sellers , Eden Unruh Dollie Hetteen Eden Unruh Sharon Haakenson TRIO SOLOIST Norman Sellers Billie Tupper Carolyn Hollum Sharon Haakenson ATHLETICS THE TI-IUNDERBIRDS T .iff 4, TT T 1, Wy. if v--- , -is -Q., ,Q i , f, f" M , S XF Q Q ,, . 1 N ' H 524 "Al 1. A 553 ' . QQES? west with its Indian and his totem pole, the college ath- letic teams will be called "The Thunderbirds . " T h e thunder- bird represented an aspect of vigilance in behalf of the na- 1 7 The Mountlake athletic pro- gram was begun as a natural outgrowth of the overall college curriculum. In keeping with the school symbol of an eagle and the history of the North- 2 1. M- T rr, - f it LT? Y, i 40 E Under the direction of Coach Overholt, the Thunderbirds have already done much in lay- ing the groundwork for the de- velopment of the college's ath- letic program. Although num- 1 . , it 'l'l'l tive Indian tribes . Mountlake' s teams will likewise be called upon to watch over the school's spirit and character as they go out to play in the competitive field of sports . 41 erous difficulties were faced in this initial year of organization , the work of the team served well to p r o III o t e school spirit and to begin the road toward future Mountlake victories . s PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES W ,,.t,,,13:, : T- me ...,. , , Y "Listen, Fellows, we've got to get some organization into this thing!" "O. K. now! One, two, three . . "Say, this sitting down isn't according to the book. " 42 L Come The final briefing on girls -. . It isn't that bad "You'll never make it up with your legs crossed, Barb!" CLASS SCENES cosy fort ou didn't pay hat course" Y r g, ' 5 . "Now turn to Proverbs 23:23 . " xg: 11:2 N45 'EJ 'fu-ever keep yoga leaf SCH-'Gly S, if b' S S LS Hi! hi-HJ, Until semidqy before 'hhg Zggifrifbne you cLues13ianin3l3,iCa13d 15 ask, - wh!!! GP? my Stqdgnts, Lo!-J P h, A Uwe dumb ones ?-Thefgfrieagf ,gm Softs 'Hug were .gmuriglhl or-A, , sims I . I b V39 Se-sf-I1 wack -lp e 'ig-no All good Doctors are blessed with "birthdays . " 44 ...aa wi 52. , . 'A "'- '- fl .1 Ji-Q Bill's at it again. ., 'l , 5. , ' l ,. b S 45 V' ,"' 4' IT V -fSlrN... L I T M Swedish coffee always helps . Two parts of coffee and one part of psychology mixed well together. . . X That will be five maps which are due next class time." "That's most interesting, Eden: but, why don't you try a cooler color for the background ? C 1 "Yes, he's caught the spirit of it The space relations are excellent. 46 i .Q X 'ws The sheer joy of giving a quiz "It will make sense if you do it that Way. " ... f---' uf! -lvr 1 I .,..e-an -""""-I I' ,' -:"T'2 ' W' ' " .fviwfm , ,. ,uv . - H Q --3 I ,. -M HE 4 X - - x ' ,-.flgfg-431 ' , . .,, i X' L D ,. ' ,,N .I A ,AQ u .1,1l,,.:,,i" ' ' i .. We , , f' F ' . ' , ' will ,'H3,g,, V .-"' X yvqff y , - 1 1, we Hx M a ...QL 47 "SURPRISE" Today you may write a theme . " 4. r- g , C ,L-S F, Z, N I 4 L? c' ' - I fx, :4 f . 4-4 ,. 5 GS L51 , Xfflvi C- 0 1, x .- X S Q, f' tw .L x Q, ' :fd ' , , ,N 1 In X J -.1 fy' L fr . A J vi' fyyw ' ' WL9' , V' V ' ' ' I QN, D fag .. I q 6 E 1 ' M- 1 x Q A '- -' ' x ' ' ' 4'-3' Y.. XI' X. " 1 ' A IA nfl' 1 N wfgx "i f V . 'ii 1 ill? 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' M'-X: ESQ, , - X 4, -1-X I-'24 -9-45:41 K, U 1- '- 1 K. , 'Rui' ji .. 5"Q VL, .um .-v 01 I My J ' - f I - 'N 'v al -f 1 ,s 48 SUCIAL 49 REGISTRATION DAY September 28-29 , 19 64 were historic dates at Mountlake College. Initial registrations for the school's first quar- ter n u m b e r e d fifty-seven . Both days were filled with excitement as students were interviewed, new acquaintances were made, and as plans were laid for new ventures in academic preparations . ORIENTATION NIGHT 50 The first All School Orientation took place on Tuesday night, Sep- tember 3O, 1964. Students and faculty met to become acquainted with each other and with the pro- gram of the college for the coming year. The tone for lVlountlake's first y e a r was immediately s e t by the enthusiastic response of all present to the challenge that a new college offers. The more formal part of the evening was followed by a time of fellowship and refreshments. A cake decorated with an appro- priate motif for the occasion was served with tea and coffee . l?"'?:.E,.. i W wi' , i ., X, Qu ' - - ff-'-'ffvff-fr COLLEGE DE DICATION lt is said that big oaks from little acorns grow. Although Mountlake Col- lege is beginning in a small way, there is every reason to believe that it will become a great school. This was the sentiment expressed by those who shared in the dedication program which was held Sunday afternoon, October 4, 1964. Representatives from the University of Washington, S ho r elin e Community College, Seattle Pacific College, and Everett Iunior College gave their en- couragements to Mountlake's venture of faith. The program was interspersed with excellent musical numbers. Dr. Lush assured the audience that Mount- lake College has been raised up at a critical time in the American Christian education movement, and that under God's blessing it will fulfill the funda- mental objectives for which it was es- tablished. Dr. Lush greeted special visitors Inspirational music was furnished by Mr. 6: Mrs. Iascha Galperin. 52 Rose Smoots played her flute. Dr. Lush gave the dedicatory address. Mr. Rasmussen directed the service I Standing: Ray Howard - Shoreline Com. Col. V Homer Borough - Uni. of Wash. S Ed Atkinson - Mtlk. Chr. Sch. Curtis Martin - Seattle Pac. Col. Roger Laschen - Everett Ir. Col. Seated: Lyall Lush - Mtlk. Col. R. L. Rasmussen - Mtlk. Col. Nelson Malkus - Mtlk. Col. A delightful time of refreshments and fellowship followed the meeting. 53 Colin Tweddell - Mtlk. Col. ei WINTER RETREAT The first annual Mountlake Col- lege retreat was held in January at the General Baptist C o n f e r e n c e Grounds on beautiful Lake Retreat. T h e retreat was w e ll planned with excellent seminars on human relations , challenging s p ir i t u al messages , devotional periods , and times of fun and relaxation. Ex- cellent meals were served much to the delight of everyone at the re- treat. Special thanks are due to Mrs. Haakenson who planned the menues and directed the inexper- ienced in the ways of food prepar- ation and service. There were interesting happen- ings which will linger long as mem- ories of this college outing. The "Three Muskateersn made history when a midnight attack was made on the men' s quarters . The "aroma" of the occasion will never be for- gotten, especially by Ed Hartman. No one escaped his share of KP duty, professionals, semi-profes- sionals , a n d non-professionals , even if it meant getting up at 6:00 in the morning to make breakfast. These duties were especially bene- ficial in helping students to know each other better. Many were reluctant to leave when the retreat ended. The spir- itual empha s i s was a cord that tied the student body and faculty closer together. Future retreats will without a doubt have their successful points both spiritually and otherwise, but this first re- treat will always be remembered as having had those special qual- ities of uniting the interests and objectives of faculty and student alike. The lure of the great outdoors All packed and ready to go li, -annie. 'F Camp facilities were excellent Good cooks make for good food! Thanks to Marguerite I-Iaakenson About time to call the gang GOOD FOOD "Square" cooks and square food Sure, it's good! Why not have some? "No, no, Dr. Lush! You've had enough." "Ahhhh! Kentucky Fried Chicken" Chief Cook and Bottle Washer There is nothing like doing things together 56 Everyone looked forward to the group sessions SPIRITUAL REFLECTIONS Jean Lush was the special speaker X 57 "'if."" 1 X I 1 Devotional messages and human interest seminars were given by Iean Lush gg Y Ed Hartman read a congratulatory telegram from Billy Graham Cf! -ll' Billie and Eden provided special music Valuable lessons were learned from Mr. Abercrombie 58 X Qs QF "Let's see, ifl move my knight. . ." TI-IOUGI-ITFUL MOMENTS Thanks for that fateful move, Dr. Lush" 59 then Mr. Unruh will move in here Undivided Attention I thought there was a trick to that." Early morning reverie .nut 1 ,.s.1.. , Three would be a crowd 60 ACTIVITIES The Phantom strikes again. . . Straining the vocal cords . . .and again! "Quick, get the camera. They'll never believe this at home. " SNOW DAY a- f gems February 13, l9 65 was the day that marked the first college outing to the Cascade snow gy fields. Playing in the snow proved to be a l delightful diversion from poring over text- books. The day ended with a "Warm" chili ' dinner at the school. iaf ' -1 W PL- W '-.. 1 Q1 . "lt was lots of fun. . . . . .especially when sliding with innertubes . li? It wasn't all play. . . . . .but the day ended in good spirits 62 -. 1 ATKINSON'S HOME PARTY When do we get to eat, Mrs . Frink?" V! 'J I 31 3- . ' K. , ' x ' 'M t ew , iz: -, .,.f.JJr.:.....a,, "- ' ,....uQ Mr. 81 Mrs. Ed Atkinson -- Hosts Now you must do just as I say. . ." 63 Where there's food -- there's Dollie MR. UN RUI-PS BIRTHDAY PARTY 5,3 I 3 Best Wishes! from the Student Bod Y. "I wonder what this is all about! A' 'V " Two Kisses from Dr. Petrie f it T, ' A special Carnation for the occasion 64 Mr. Unruh responds with expressions of thanks and tales about Mexico. "Please look at this cake. " Happy Birthday to you. . . and now it's time to eat." "My, what wonderful friends! SNAPS "Did you say Snaps ?" "O.K. , I'm ready to shoot." "Do you think snaps should be allowed in the Annual?" - A. ' , unani- Hey, you can't have my picture." "This posing is getting unbearable 66 "I tell you, there is nothing like going to college." Favorite pastime M .C . 's greatest "How do you rate, Dr. Petrie?' artist Well ah . . . it' s like this ""- ' l ' I ,.' int. and .:fM'z4. CRDAL flbavicl .:-V I Y I V ,, gi annaunca kgs: mauiagz of basic Jauggfyz "Til: Stspganu rwynz q ' fc :fmt .Cpauf fuwaruf 58151, ' kt on Sabuvday, kgs ibcfg of I dwnziezn. gunizaf and ufxhy-five r gouztg cqvenua Clgapsf I ' qui 0111, aaflfoznia I M , C , 'S only as senior 67 r Y 1 V . gTEf"1'.lEQ ' 5 MOUNTLAKE BEAUTIES .,.d 'S D - Really Mrs . Frink, I don't know A fare Photo! StUdYinQ? whether I can believe you or not. H-q..,,iEB-In :mga .hm Now rm Dr. Jekyll, at school I'm, MF- HYGG Psych session HGDPY Always that threatening camera 55? 5 . birthday, Norm What 1S that Dollie? ' ' 'i- : 1 N a if - A i ' W i f 3? i , ' ' - . ,J- :' ' ' , x . A Q, ' l -. .X K 1 ,r 7 Singing 3-deep That innocent look the morning after 'it sg - '-' .ri "" If Is this the way to a lady's heart? E n 69 z is '17- 3 fa -5 5 THE THINKER "It's funny when it happens to someone else" , , "Our address? Iust almin ute and I'll look it up." "That is my green thumb." W "I pledge allegiance to Mountlake College." "Oh, I always smile I to the Students.. "I stand on the flfth amendment . " 70 PRECIOUS MEMORIES COLLEG ',,,g, U 1- . -e ,. 1 A special salute to good old Mountlake with its U. S. Post Office, . . . the old hanq 0'-It - - - . . . and its office crew. 71 R ,-Q . Ac X c .Q 1275 LI, I N ad-5 M J, AW . m Q 5 Z iv "IS" J .aiiw A X X35 A QQX 1 5, -. 5-as . LA ,".n dJR ..5-Qpvs X 3 X lf- -ff. 1 I -1 A 3- .f --.--7' 'ipfg-5 V-- .54 -H 151' 1- , A1 G'7. 11", Xk , s - A' M +ffA- wm. ,X: A1 ' 1 H 1-gr.: - h :?i'V- V -, .gxw -H, , N ' x 'rfgbif 4' " gx TRADING , nga-:,.:es:V'.', 'Q4-'fUI1:lJr"'- Nr' i ' -ff".- --wwf:-fua,:evf'A'?'pv?i53W!7?- lg, 1- -5 -- -.. 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' " ' ' ' ' ' --4 'Il -fit. 7995 Q- Fit- .If 12: , " 2'-""i W 'fiiii"E "' - A 1 .td ' "N I ' H WI" ' H ' M' ' "ff" - 4 C TTT' 72'lt,.': iI'fl'f'VII'li?1ll:l-v- gy QAMMM , - In 1 EI 9, . , 4, gan: u - ' V ,Ugg if -Q' gf ' 2 uiffggyv-1 --' LJ., 4-.lf 'mf ' '- , f f "' I-1 V , s-"mf ' ' . 8 QW' A 3?"":Sl'3iZ 4 '-A - M ' :+I - 25- A " A c""..' J --A 'T' - I . - - ' t:g1..-g1Li.. V A - I mist ' --,.- 4-'-""""""' CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS, INC. AND MOUNTLAKE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL The goal of education in church, or school, or home is to help the stu- dent achieve more fully the purpose of his life--to know and serve God and to glorify Him. Such a purpose can be achieved only by Christian Education in all three--the church, the school, and the home. L. E . Atkinson MR. MURZW Wfinning Alaiufqlidf PHIIH IIUUI BIIIUIY SHIUII IIIURI HHIRSIYIISIS 217 - 104th N. 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PR 6-2982 774 H08 'Cable Radio' KBLE XNXX ,ff AM 0 FM EA 4 ' 2000 1050 kc 93.3 mc GEQRGE BQUQHER 114 LAKESIDE AVENUE GENERAL MANAGER SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 79 RGSTER FACULTY 85 STAFF Campbell, Glenn, 7504 N. E. Bothell Way, Bothell, Washington Fairgrieve, Thomas, Route 1, Box 1018 I, Marysville, Washington Hawley, Fred, 6541 Chapin Place N. , Seattle, Washington Lush, Iean, 19342 Fremont Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Lush, Lyall, 19342 Fremont Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Overholt, George, 201-27 6th Place N. E. , Seattle, Washington Petrie, Arthur, 5400 Keystone Place N. , Seattle, Washington Smith, Helen, 20008 Greenwood Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Stamey, Kay, 19314 Firlands Way N. , Seattle, Washington Tweddell, Colin, 307 N. E. 51st Street, Seattle, Washington Unruh, Menno P. , 19857 Dayton N. , Seattle, Washington STUDENTS Adams, Evelyn, 17707 76th W. , Edmonds, Washington Adams, Iohn, 17707 76th W. , Edmonds, Washington Atkinson, Mary, 23606 W. 54th, Mountlake Terrace, Washington Backer, Evlin, 1203 N. E. 96th Street, Seattle, Washington Baer, Iack, 18311 26th Ave. W. , Alderwood Manor, Washington Boateng, Iames, P. O. Box 14, Kukurantumi, Ghana, West Africa Bryan, Ruth, 15558 26th N. E. , Seattle, Washington Bryan, William, 15558 26th N. E. , Seattle, Washington Byers, Karen, 23025 Marine View Drive S. , Des Moines, Washington Campbell, Bonnie, 7504 N. E. Bothell Way, Bothell, Washington Christie, Agnes, 15024 W. 44th, Alderwood Manor, Washington Clark, Ion, 20210 Greenwood Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Collett, Iohn, 16827 N. E. 40th, Bellevue, Washington Collett, Mary, 16827 N. E. 40th, Bellevue, Washington Cox, Geraldine, 5727 38th N. E. , Seattle, Washington Dahlstrom, Don, 4915 N. E. 55th Ave. , Portland, Oregon Erskine, Nuna, 5038 36th N. E. , Seattle, Washington Espelund, Nina, 3210 N. E. 91st, Seattle, Washington Evans, Herbert, Oak Ridge Road, Cromwell, Connecticut Ford, Hazel, 821 N. W. l75th, Seattle, Washington Francis, Elizabeth, 8513 23rd N. E. , Seattle, Washington Francis, Fred, 8513 23rd N. E. , Seattle, Washington 80 Frink, Linnet, 1612 Warren Ave. N . , Seattle, Washington Frink, Russel, 1612 Warren Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Gibbons, Elizabeth, 21902 53rd W. , Mountlake Terrace, Washington Gilbert, Ioan, Route 4, Box 398, Snohomish, Washington Gourley, Jackie, 2606 River Road, Yakima, Washington Haakenson, Sharon, 6014 188th S. W. , Lynnwood, Washington Haase, Dolores, P. O. Box 112, Bellevue, Washington Hanold, Steve, Route l, Box 344, Monroe, Washington Hartman, Ed, 219 N. E. l85th, Seattle, Washington Hartman, Sharon, 219 N. E. 185th, Seattle, Washington Hetteen, Dollie, 19303 Fremont Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Hollum, Carolyn, 2317 Rockefeller, Everett, Washington House, Henrietta, 18404 Ash Way, Alderwood Manor, Washington Hoy, Loren, 19303 Fremont Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Hummel, Larry, 4111 196th S. W. , Lynnwood, Washington Johnson, Arthur, 19303 Fremont Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Kleppinger, Dorothy, 19034 Fremont Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Leroy, Audrey, 10562 14th N. W. , Seattle, Washington Leroy, Trudy, 10562 14th N. W. , Seattle, Washington Longfellow, Richard, Route 1, Box 1174, Carnation, Washington McCarthy, Helen, 4412 4th N. E. , Seattle, Washington Marlow, Darrell, 813 N. E. 125th, Seattle, Washington Marlow, Elathine, 813 N. E. 125th, Seattle, Washington Matzen, Richard, 2533 39th E. , Seattle, Washington Maynard, Dorothy, 723 1X2 N. l90th, Seattle, Washington Morey, Myrna, 9702 N. E. 5th, Bellevue, Washington Morey, Paul, 9702 N. E. 5th, Bellevue, Washington Roberts, Alfred, 6304 223 Place S. W. , Mountlake Terrace, Washington Robertson, Iohn, 10337 Stone Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Sellers, Barbara, 19540 Dayton Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Sellers, Bernard, 19540 Dayton Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Sellers, Norman, 19540 Dayton Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Sellers, Stephanie Reasy, 7547 9th N. E. , Seattle, Washington Serra, Rogelio, 1123 N . W. 62nd, Seattle, Washington Smith, Barry. 2140 34th W. , Seattle, Washington Smith, Margaret, 20240 8th N. W. , Seattle, Washington Tupper, Billie, Box 1114, Carnation, Washington Tweddell, Thomas, 5102 Latona N. E. , Seattle, Washington Unruh, Eden, 19857 Dayton Ave. N. , Seattle, Washington Walbridge, Merrilyn, 15703 Wallingford Ave. , Seattle, Washington Whittlesey, Susan, Box 92, Lynnwood, Washington Wilson, Donna, 3604 S. W. Holden, Seattle, Washington 81 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PRINTING KING'S PRESS BINDING 8L COVER BAYLE SS PHOTOGRAPHY MAYNARD PHOT OS ART Great care, personal interest, and s a c ri fic e have gone into the photographic work of this first Mountlake College annual. Photography is of major importance in a production of this nature . In order to convey person- ality and human interest, individual portraits and con- did snaps have received great care and attention. For this vital contribution the Annual Committee wishes to express its sincerest gratitude to Dorothy Maynard. LUSH STUDIO The art work in this first issue of "The Pinion" has been contributed by Dr. Lyall Lush. The cover emblem and the pioneer theme drawings represent hours of skillful thought and work. 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