Multnomah University - Ambassador Yearbook (Portland, OR)

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They "should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again" K2 Corinthians 5:l5l. The Apostle Iohn lays the obligation upon children in the family of God to Walk even as Christ walked. He Wrote, "He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked' tl John 2:63. This involves Walking in the light, even "as he is in the light" tl Iohn 1:77. To walk as He Walked means to "walk in love" Ephesians 5:25. "Beloved, if God so loved us, We ought also to love one another" Cl Iohn 4:llJ. "Love suffereth long, and is kind" Cl Corinthians 13:47. Enablement to Walk as He walked comes from the Spirit of God. He alone can strengthen "the feeble knees" and cause us to "make straight paths" for our feet. The Spirit's power is needed to overcome the opposition of the flesh. "This I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh" tGalatians 5:l6l. "As ye have therefore received Christ lesus the Lord, so walk ye in him" tColossians 2:67. IOHN G. MITCHELL, chairman Pastor President of the School Portland, Oregon WILLARD M. ALDRICH Vancouver, Washington ocufcl of 30145 teeif 4 1 Ross H. CORNELL, SR. va f lla C- WILLIAM AMOS vice chairman llll Government Enqmeer Custom Canner ' Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon 4: X 7' ' W S "' lx. i X2 , ,,,f,7L .43 , ,fa52i:fZ:5ZG?f .lv - ',j',:f,jf,'j,f xp ! V V- tj, f . IL Q ' I , Y , , , secretax Y Insurance Attorney Portland, Oreqor Portland, Ore on Q Retired Rarlroao Official Dry Goods Salesman Portland, Orefron Portland, Oregon HARLEY K. HALLGREN Railroad Traffic Representative Portland, Oregon DON MEIER Farmer Beaverton, Oregon Photographer Portland, Oregon W. LLOYD GARRISON CHARLES WECKS Merchant Lumber Vancouver, Washington Troutdalel Oregon . It fd 'T l"r F , ll t if , , I -X 5 A 213 2 f . , 1 . W HARRY A. WEST Business Man Boise, Idaho 06LI"6! of 30145 feed C. DAVIS WEYERHAEUSER Timber Tacoma, Washington EMERSON TEAGUE Lu mber Conference Director Salem, Qreqon Bellingham, Washington Earn! of .fdclminiri frafion Olfllf' Enema? ,ef if I' Z si 52-1 ' sis. L - ,gs-' MRS. O. H. ANDREASEN Housemother and Required Work Supervisor MRS. HELEN ARMBRUSTER Receptionist CORA DeKOSTER Office Assistant EMILY EDMUNDS Mail Clerk AGATHA FRIESEN Dining Hall Supervisor MRS. ALLIE IONES Housemother and Kitchen Asst. VIVIAN E. KEPLER Assistant Treasurer J. KK'- gf 57-.Z 'Nc 52W WILLIAM M. KILLINGSWORTH, M.D. School Physician IRA C. LEWIS Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds LD X2 ff HAZEL F OUVER ll ll 5 li VERNA SMITH Q K h Ass st t X g 4 PETER SCRUGGS Business Manager ALMA R. UNRUH, R.N. School Nurse I5 FRED E. TAYLOR Executive Vice In charge of all sto Ckriafian .gpulalafy cnfer I MISS HELEN BIER Chief Clerk MISS ALICE E. CASE General Manager-all stores MRS. ALVINA ERICKSON Manager, School Store SW MISS HELEN I-IALLGREN Relief Clerk MISS ELEANOR HOWE Christian Education Director MRS. MONTA KOE Bookkeeper MRS. RUTH LEWIS Relief Clerk WAYNE A. REID Shipping Clerk MRS. DOROTHY RIGG Manager, Aberdeen Store MRS. 'MARY F. TAYLOR Relief Clerk I' Mais. IESSIE VARNEY Sunday School Malerials - I MISS ANNETTE WAGER Sundeiy School and Mail Clerk 17 1 FA! ' I 13 11, ,U vi 'NJ Li 11 ,SQ 1A iw ii N T h a A Y , ,V l u1ewuwasm.,1m1wm:.sewnm-axmm1-,.1a1-w1feevs:mww1wz1:s.m1evu1vs:1g1a11ne1-wzwmfsd1m1.,1rwmwe1v1x1wFmm1-11 ,,1! wvggma 111:11-amQff1,11,. .,,. 1,5111 11,111w:Jmw11mw:4:4wmL 1,,1 1, www' :mmf 1 ' 1 3:54 -,sep-:4,1-M:hiz,11:1'ngf: 1 bifweip- igzmnwnggaaw 450 ,agar--le: WILLARD M. ALDRICH "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee. "Trust ye in the Lord for ever: for in the Lord Jehovah is everlasting strength." lsaiah 26:8,4 Bible Doctrine. HELEN R. CARLSON "O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out? Romans 11:33 Bible History, Child Evangelism. Child Psychology, Daily Vacation Bible School, History ot Missions, Missionary Biography. C-Zicu IAMES BRAGA "But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the ex- cellency of the power may be of God, and not of us." 2 Corinthians 4:7 Chapter Summary. Christian Lite, Exposition, Homiletics, Messianic Psalms, Missionary Principles and Practices, Pastoral Theology, Syn- thesis. THADDEUS lTedl L. BRADLEY "And that he died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto them- selves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again? 2 Corinthians 5:15 Bible Doctrine, Christian Evidences, New Testament Greek. ROGER D. CONGDON "Thy words were found, and I did eat them: and thy word was unto me the joy and re- joicing of mine heart: for I am called by thy name, O Lord God of hosts? Ieremiah 15:6 English. Synthesis. Orchestra. Cla, fy DWIGHT CUSTIS "Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorius appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christi' Titus 2:13 Comparative Religions and Cults, Exposition. Personal and Practical Work. Proiects in Christian Educa- tion. MAY HALSTENRUD "Behold, God is my salvationg I will trust, and not be afraid. for the Lord Jehovah is my strength and my song,' he also is become my salvation." Isaiah 12:2 Registrar, Bible Introduction, Prac- tical Medical Survey. GEORGE W. KEHOE "Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto right- eousness.' by whose stripes ye were healed? I Peter 2:24 Exegesis, Old Testament Prophecy. Dispensational Truth. Bible Study Methods. Pedagogy, Public Speaking. MRS. LORA B. DOBLE "In God is my salvation and my glory: the 'rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God." Psalm 62:7 Librarian. IOHN G. MITCHELL "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom." Colossians 3:16a Exposition, Spiritual Lite. Church Polity. Church History. 21 MRS. MAE SAMUEL "Trust in the Lord with all thine hearty and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and he shall direct thy paths." Proverb 3:5,6 Dean ol Women. MRS. ELIZABETH BURTON Physical Education I0 CLARENCE H. STAUFFER "Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath be- gun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ." Philippians 1:6 Dean oi Men, Adolescent Psycholo- gy. Sunday School Administration. eciaf .9115 frucfom LAUREN B. SYKES "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. "Serve the Lord with gladness: come be- fore his presence with singing." Psalm 100:1. 2 A Cappella Choir, Choral Conduct- ing, Congregational Conducting. Mu- sic Theory, Hymnoloqy. ARDITH ROGERS FRED TAYLOR ALMA UNRUH English Bible Lands and Customs Practical Medical Survey Alu. wir' - ff. 7 , . in Ii gg, -,i. E41 I swirls W ELEANOR HOWE DR, FRANK C, PHILLIPS ROSALIND RINKER BILL STARR DAVID STEWART Sunday School Work Youth for Christ I.V.C.F. Young Life Real Life 22 enior add THE THE Eleanor l-larmel, secretary-treasurer: Gene Finster, president: Dalton Rasmussen, vice-president: Wesley Voth, council representative: Dr. Mitchell, advisor. . . . TESTIFY THE GOSPEL" Acts 20:24 We of the Senior Class certainly wish to thank Multnomah for establishing and grounding us in the Word. As a result We have been drawn closer to the Lord. We can never thank the Lord enough for the Wonderful privilege of attending here and sitting under the teachings of such a godly and faithful faculty. When we leave we will carry with us many happy memories of our three years of training here. We will especially remember our class advisor, Dr. Mitchell, who has been a Wonderful blessing to us. As we think of the future, our prayer is that We might continue in the study of the Word, coming to a better knowledge of Him who died for us, and that we may be fully equipped to "testify the gospel" of Christ. SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT RICHARD T. ANDERSON ". . . with us is the Lord our God to help us, and to fight our battles. And the people rested themselves upon the words . . .U II Chronicles 32:8 GENE BILL BOBBITT "Turn away mine eyes from beholding vanity: and quicken thou me in thy way." Psalm 119:37 FRED RICHARD DURAN "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away: behold, all things are become new? II Corinthians 5:17 BETTY IEAN BAKER "Fear thou not: for I am with thee: be not dismayed: for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee: yea, I will help thee: yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteous- ness? Isaiah 41:10 CAM DEAN BOTT "I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall contin- ually be in my mouth . . . O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together." Psalm 34:1, 3 "TE GO ,ix 2 0 MARIE IEANNINE BOWMAN "Teach me thy way, O Lord, I will walk in thy truth: unite my heart to fear thy name." Psalm 86:11 FY EL" ' I 1 IOAN BUCKNER "Brethren, my heartis desire and prayer to God for Israel is, that-they might be saved." Romans 10:1 DARLENE CAWLFIELD "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28 GENE COSBY "O Lord, thou art my God: I will exalt thee, I will praise thy nameg for thou hast done wonderful things." Isaiah 25:1 ARTHUR COATS "According to my earnest ex- pectation and my hope, that in nothing I shall be ashamed, but that with all boldness, as always, so now also Christ shall be magnified in my body, whether it be by life, or by Philippians 1:20 25 BARBARA CRANDALI. "My soul, wait thou only upon God: for my expectation is from him. He only is my rock and my salvation: He is my defence: I shall not be moved? Psalm 62:5, 6 DON DOWNING "The Lord is my light and my salvationg whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life: of whom shall I be afraid?" Psalm 27:1 IOSEPH DAVIS "Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith: who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despis- ing the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God." Hebrews 12:2 SARAH DONART "One thing have 1 desired of the Lord, that will I seek after: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and to enquire in his temple." Psalm 22:4- Cfdciri ERN IE EDIGER "I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live: yet not 1, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me." Galatians 2:20 "TES GO Q ki- 2 0 GLORIA IOY ENERTSON - "Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord." Psalm 27:14 mx IFY 1 EL" 5: as t GENE I-'INSTER "He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him." Hebrews 11:6b HELEN FISCHER "Behold, God is my salvation: I will trust, and not be afraid: for the Lord JEHOVAH is my strength and my song: he also is become my salvation." Isaiah 12:2 HAI. FREE "Only fear the Lord, and serve him in truth with all your heart: for consider how great things he hath done for you." I Samuel 12:24 IAMIE FRANCE "For the which cause I also suffer these things: neverthe- less I am not ashamed: for I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which 1 have committed unto him against II Timothy 1:12 27 IOHN I-'RIESEN "Holding forth the word of life, that I may rejoice, in the day of Christ, that I have not run in vain, neither laboured in vain." Philippians 2:16 LAWRENCE HAGMAN "That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death." Philippians 3:10 SCOTT FRITTS But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ." II Peter 3:18a VIRGINIA GATES "I have set the Lord always before me: because he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved? Psalm 16:8 Kfddd IAMES HALEY "But the Lord is faithful, who shall stablish you, and keep you from evil." II Thessalonians 3:3 in XA fflffx Q-Jnfiiq "TES GO R3 7 0 ELEANOR HARMEL "I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go: I will guide thee with mine eye." Psalm 32:8 IF I EL" IVAN "In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:6 Ja-14 'NV M" W' "'f52.,, 342611 DON HIETER "Oh that men would praise the LORD for His goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men!" Psalm 107:8 IOY HUNTAMER "But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the ea:- cellency of the power may be of God, and not of us." II Corinthians 4:7 GLORIA HOPKINS "As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness." Psalm 17:15 CAROLYN O'BRIEN EARL MATSON "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness: and all these things shall be added unto you? Matthew 6:33 "And in very deed for this cause have I raised thee up. for to shew in thee my power: and that my name may be declared throughout all the earth." Eicodus 9:16 KEITH LAVERN McNEIL "He must increase, but I must decrease." John 3:30 PAUL MORRISON "For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." Philippians 1:21 L Clay GENEVA OLDENBURGER "Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and or- dained you, that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain: that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in my name, he may give it you." John 15:16 " EST COS N .1. Sk 7 0 HOWARD PASCHALI. "But whosoever drinlceth of 1 the water that I shall give him shall never thirst, but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." l'IF'Y EL" f RODRIC H. PENCE "Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemerf' Psalm 19:14 DOUGLAS PESZNECKER "That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his suf- ferings, being made comform- able unto his death." Philippians 3:10 DALTON RASMUSSEN "The Lord is my rock, and my fortress and my delivererg my God, my strength, in whom I will trust, my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower? Psalm 18:2 ROGER E. PLUMSTEAD "For we are the circumcision, which worship God in the spirit, and rejoice in Christ Jesus, and have no confidence in the flesh." Philippians 3:3 31 DANIEL REMPEL "That ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in every good work, and increasing in the knowledge of God." Colossians 1 :10 DELORES SAYLER 'KI know whom I have.believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day." II Timothy 1:12 CARROLL ELLEN RICHMOND "And that he died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto them- selves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again." II Corinthians 5:15 BETTY SALZSIEDLER "I will sing unto the Lord, because he hath dealt bounti- fully with me." Psalm 13:6 CAM SHIRLEY SIOBLOM "And having your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace." Ephesians 6:15 R. V. UTESI G O LC- ' 0 353 CAROL LOUISE SMITH "The Lord will perfect that which concerneth me." Psalm 138:8a I EL 5, JJ FAENELL SMITH "Behold, God is my salvationg I will trust, and not be afraid: for the LORD JEHOVAH is my strength and my songg he also is become my salvation." Isaiah 12:2 MRS. BARBARA SMITHWICK "That ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in every good work, and increasing in the knowledge of God." Colossians 1:10 MRS. LAVETA K. SPARKS "Fear thou notg for I am with -thee: be not dismayedg for I am thy God: I will strengthen theeg yea, I will help thee, yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteous- ness? ' Isaiah 41:10 SHIRLEY SNIDER - ". . . It pleased God, . . . to reveal his Son in me, that I might preach him among the Galatians 1:15, 16a 33 WILLIAM C SPARKS Rejoice evermore. I Thessalonians 5:16 DJ KEITH TUCKER "He must increase, but I must decrease." John 3:30 EARL TERPENING "Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faithg who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despis- ing the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God? Hebrews 12:2 EDWIN N. TREADAWAY "That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his suffer- ings, being 'made conformable unto his death." Philippians 3:10 Cfdzid IOHN W. VAN DIEST "Thy testimonies have I taken as an heritage for ever: for they are the rejoicing of my heart." Psalm 119:111 GTE GO sn 0 35 WESLEY VOTH "According to my earnest ex- pectation and my hope, that in nothing I shall be ashamed, but that with all boldness, as always, so now also Christ shall be magnified in my body whether it be by life, or by death? Philippians 1:20 IFY EL" tw DELORES WALLIN 'fHa'ue not 1 commanded thee? Be strong and of a good cour- age, be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee wither- soever thou goestf' Joshua 1:9 ALICE WILKINSON "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 pathsf' Proverbs 3:5, 6 EVELYN YOUNG "One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek af ter, that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and to enquire in his temple. As for God his way is perfect." Psalm 27 4 18 30a SEN WON G "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee. Trust ye in the Lord for ever: for in the Lord JEHOVAH is 'everlasting strength? Isaiah 26:3, 4 1 . . 255 1 , .- -.fini M: 'sgggms f me-1... . 1 -"' . - Ai! "H-we. 'Pea' X2 2 SENIOR SCENES 1. Man-na in the morning. 2. See here young man! 3. Really, Mama? 4. We ith engagthed. 5. Gr-r-r-r-r! 6. Someone show this boy how to drive! X Mikie .4-""' -fx. 4' I f unior add Elmer Taylor, president: Al Gage, council representative: Dorothy Berndt, secretary-treasurer Ianet Davis women's council representative: Al Palfenier, vice-president: Rev. Custis, advisor "OCCUPY 'TIL I COME" Luke l9:l3b There are several things with which the Iunior class has been occupied and blessed during this past year. First, We are happy that We have had the privilege of helping to initiate the new campus. Then, We have been blessed and thrilled by our studies in the Word of God as His faithful servants heve opened it to us and have helped us to grow therein. We have found as did the Psalmist, "The entrance of thy Words giveth light." We feel a deep debt of gratitude to the members of our faculty for their services, and We are especially thankful for the faithful advice of Mr. Custis, our class advisor. Finally, our occupation with Christ has been the most precious and the most important part of our past years here at Multnomah. Even as the Lord has stressed the value of Mary's devotion over Martha's labours, so We pray that We may never become so occupied with our labours that We lose sight of Christ. if IUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENT Harold Aichholz Kenneth Bryan 4 d 1 'G :. ' Q 'V x NMXQ 1 f xc. ' jyffffl Vsqfyx n 38 Shirley Collins Ax Orlie Austin Donald Beattie Harriet Bush Fred Clark Robert Everett Colvin t KLM Ethel Barker Betty Benston Dorothy Bemdt Bill Chambers Iames Clausen Gurley Cole 'L K Ky Richard Cordell gs f'N far u V s A1- of 254 Ioseph Coulson Richard Crocker Ianet Davis x Le ton Dawson . Glell Goddard Ed Fox Roy I-'riiz -Erlene Fullinqton Allred Gage Arthur Gee Margaret Gibson 5 N -sf fJ ,J 'D 'X ii if Duane Gilchrist V WBSIBY Gfadin Faifh Gray KN-X 39 CAM Earl Gro!! Dorothy Grove Glen Han Robert Hanson Roy Harvey Eleanor Haven Betty Hill Shirley Hillier Doris Holm Curtis Hoyle Artyce Iolmson gtg Carl 10110505 Y. f' H t -AGQN ag 4 up N,- Snz- N Richard KEUBY Mary Lager Katherine Landrus ,. of 354 72 ,f ff Lucy Langford Kenneth Larson Evelyn Lichli Elvon Ludwick Iohn Manitsas Naihan Mccauley 25- Lee McKinney Richard Minson Darlene Mixer 5 fi, A4 15 l' rw NW' 1 M' 4 A 2- w Floyd Moore K- Inez M It VV! ll if' -4 xw' K, Q fl vw f v, ' ,N l f fl' N. Xl Mary Motley J, 0 K' Joann Nelson Rallih Nelson Barbara Nule Ronald Ogle Lilly Ost Margaret Packer Alvin Palfenier Dolores Payne George Perry - - fx,- Vail I ' W " XR sf RX k ML I 5 MN XSL Velma Iean Reid' .AX Robert Reel X lack Rodman 42' Ronald Rvecker Catherine Rolfe .' 'Qi' fi CALM Robert Paltenier Elden Richmond Us in vga, 1 Y if 1 . 5. M 4122 ll rl it Q- l l. A . y R g x of 554 T .henna Bass lack Roth Virginia Salzsiedler Leonard Scheel Bob Schmidt Sybil Scotield Donna Io scon Betty Simpson Patricia Skinner Barbara Fay Smith Barbara lean Smith Paul Soderquist N sf? kk g K? M My 5 NVQ Georgia swne Earl Summers Henry Sweeney 43 my W At, ..,.1, ? 'A' -""' - V, jig V ' 5 iff L,iQQE'Z,i',Q'f2 4 'm,AWwwwwwH iEl:?,ff2'fm tsW A ' . wQifWgiwL.XJ'W ' SIM? 'G,t!fH:55 "5" 43" " Elmer Taylor - -- Norma Van Nest william ww Ray Whipps Iris Woodcock ' A QQEQIQW5 TWQEQSK RSSWTVQZQE M A Q Y H 4 oeet seein 'L -i1 iwa hut ,.., :wwf AWN ' Iames Worthington '- X lx 9 f 1 xx "Nx . .AN ff- -30", x 0' 51 ToNNES6N A A ""' KVNQQF-Bt HW 44 f X I Lance Watterberg Nina Woodward X ' 1: 1 IUNIOR IAUNTS Spring housecleaning? Say, Ah-h-h. Where's Jim? Refer to page 95. "Poco" . . . haunt . . But she said she'd be here' She Will!'? I X V I ,Ms ,V ,, Qlizw? z - gg J x L' bi gd' ,. K : mm , WM 35' W, . .f ik. 2- H Vgiw .iv y 'ffm ., x I ,,.. , . FROSH FROLICS 1. Which twin has the Toni? lrsty . 3. A little Mohr sleep. 4. There she goes, Harry, 5. Gone to the dogs. . My Man!!! X b f- .4-'iff ' -' . 1' 1.2 . f , H - i " r . .Qs 11 Q im W A " i H' 1 iw Mai, 7 x xi 1- a f 'Ai .EV w 5'53'53'fu- . J K . H .. ' fy .f,.s5...,-,wa - ..1,.ff,?5ifKg. .Q L. ., X Ki X Y WE , L as Q gy 3 A N Q 'I 4 X 2 gif s ,Q A1 -' ' I 2' Z few r Gi ID 46 P86 l'l'l6l,l'l M66 Sl' Ioann Nelson, council representative: Neil Mast, vice-president: Esther Cowles, secretary-treasurer Inn Spillman presidentp Dr. Bradley, advisor. ABUNDANTLY ABOVE "Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us." Ephesians 3:20 We of the Freshman class at Multnomah this year are deeply appreciative to our God and Father for His keeping power and perfect guidance. Our trials have not been few, but His grace is abundant, and most of all sufficient to us- ward. Contemporary with our testings are our victories in Christ Iesus, in both our personal and practical work. These victories were brought forth by the prayers of faithful ones seeking His best for them and doing their best for Him The Lord has blessed in our weekly prayer meetings, and our social times together have played no small part in helping us draw closer to Him. Many thanks are due to our advisor and friend, Dr. Bradley, for his loving counseling and fervent prayers on our behalf. We thank God for His blessed care this past year and are persuaded that He will continue to guide us and reveal His word to us in following years at Multnomah, and on to the field of His choice. EBESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENT , 47 . 7 rw? Cfvtrizi Nancy Archer Donald Rubin Wanda Bonander Everett Boraker N Q f Mft -:sim 1 f:w21.',i11sQ:?Ef,: N at 14 lx K 1 ft' -1... ,. f A A, I 'W l reg gif' 4 Vg . 5 L gg 3, 3 SM fi loe Boyd Marlene Bree: ' Beverlee Brown 9 .:, 5 Lv ff' Q" . 5. Mrs. Margaret Beattie hi . A -A ' Ht' fill' ' ki.. Mig: .-, . 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V Q,- fl' W, I Carl Corbit Sherrill Coqswell Iohn Davis Marvin Denney Charlotte Dixon Betty Duncan my my xmg gif 'W . , . sf -1 . taall 251 4255? f ull' gig" , , yi gf: gs iss X , sgglrifxbrj .1 stalat , Alvah Fares Mrs. Ruth L. Fares Ianet Fellers 49 Barbara Fisher Evelyn Fischer Rose F lory Barbara Folsom Lois Fry William Gisl Raymond Graham Mary Ruth Gregg aai F my J , 'lifiiif we as 5' B 5, 5,5 "r: if 'T' MQ-A E -Hjff . - -gkxiiigii ig CMJ Paul E. Hayiord Iames A. Howard. Ir ' xi,i.h if ll Gerry Gilcher ,i i I Six Margaret Helkey 3 127355 ,fifll VP a A is lj Russell Grewell - 'F' rs Beatrice Huddleston 4- Xi! 3- if -x-Eg. .AQ Omar G. Glass Alice Hammersley Miriam Holimann Maxine Hudson Doran I-,rms Tom Hammond William Hull Mrs. Clarice Iohnson Robert I antz Gwendolyn Klassert S Dorothy Ioan Hunt Vernon Iohnson A. Edward Ianzen I-BF'-ml? Kfoekel' ' Harold making 1 x Carol lean Hurter Martha Jensen Richard Kroeker Virginia Hurler Mrs. Mavis Iudkins 4 gk: V, : itkyyn K K V , . ,,: L' ! L iiu I Dolores Iohnson Everett Larson W ..K. VV V j MQ ,R - "" ' A ' 33 . 3 Waller C. lamison Nancy Keep Flora Lee Sally Lees Howard Libby Lois Lidtke Karl Linden 53.1531 W i aw iiiglgfw s m ww T. ,MUN Q, ,F 1"iwy+ an . We , ,K i if ? XQ- Y 5:3 gag? fl? 1. X V . L milf, f Q 4 ,y 2 M fi. Q 552 li f Q r X K fav fi l if M Waller F. Lindquist Georqe Liiiman Luzena Lobb Larry Low 52 Milford Manes X ,i iff v ,J P ,,,.,5q N ' fkrungg' Neil Masi L4 ., ,H X f U newrwzoq, , Donald Maihison Mariorxe Maiihews Mary McCauley add Ioan McCormick Iohn E. Milem Edna McLean Barbara Murphy Ice McLennan lii L' .P V, ii aff Carolyn Myait Beverly Milligan 'Tip H -aii' l ,"i M S a i .. . QV if Gordon Mohr .Rf -dk Gwen Myers Darlene Morgan William Meyer V Elaine Neely 7 0 55 3 me Ufliym Albert Ortlolf Roger Nichols James Paulson Ioann Nivala Raymond Pearson Lois Ohenchain T32 u S ,, f . Z M A ,i 1 ' us?-N 4 ,if ' 5 e X 4 f '71 Q 331' is 5 yy ' aw' J Qif'g?", ,c,,,.,, wif. ,K ,Q ,A ' if. ne by a I . ,'-.Q v- Virgil Pease Beulah Peters Lylah Peterson Bettie Pool Alice Rice William Powers Ruth Rile Ray Ed Ralston Ioyce Roach Lester Ray Henry Rohrig Zllfi . ' " ' is lik tl X lip : . my Vifqinia Pearson Maynor Reed 'R e--4 'l" YL Mary Esther Olsen BeVel'lY Powell DHHHY Rosanbalm 53 1 Clayton Rucker Alvin Rutschman Lawrence Ryan leanette Schultz Richie Smith Iames Spillman U ,,,, . gr.: Jr 71.26 M S it an in AE ' M L S xl 'gli f sf. .1 Q. 4 x ga 1 A Q 1 .. .,. 4 if ffm: hy, Iohn Stuck I Q , ,,., , , e 2 ar. Em K ji? tx -ZA' P 3. 3 X -sf 5 fi-2 rr, Q. if 1 , ti. E, K 4 T Q 4? U X Y' Y 2 an X Q 33 K f 3 S : w ,Q fi , A gf? Sgggfsggfitefr i:ffEf?2iU3 , -in ' v,,, ,, E Ronald Till Lester Stephens f ll-ll V V Shirley Tilberq ' "" 'ft . n - Q5 ' I Q t tg Ray Stonehocker Mrs. Iessie Strong il Edwin Trammell Q an fl x K NN Dons Walker Edward Walker 1 Ronald Wiebe Norma Werih Iune Wong Patricia Wright Ellen Weaiherlord Paul Wilder David Zimmerman Ward Wellsfry Donna MBY wfiqhl Q97 'N if J wmv Q0s,,,c.HA,N t MM xg L79 Q,,14xQDM 1 . l an Howie f 5 NJ You ScHA:'?ep, D 0,4 QMLTQ4, f-KD E9 K A'0Alq 'Q Q5 1:9 2 l "l"CH,L h oA 0 - r 1 N X , 1 4 Rlja Q? UNH IQAK H 4 RE l X 2 Iwi? QQVQQLZ WT' f .' ,QPMN 004 dal 04' Qxlpgv cumqi wean , Q J, , 'HV ' M ' mx XXXXX V1 Quan Q1 200 955 'NRTHUF BKYM' .zfmff JMJXNXJXK gf- af Mwwlf W 55 gin cfm, Ge orge Wortley, president: Anne Friesen,women's council representative: lim Pence, council representa tive: Iacqueline Slining, secretary-treasurer: Derrill Tomlinson, vice-president: Dr. Aldrich, advisor EARTI-IEN VESSELS "But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us." II Corinthians 4:7 As once again we draw to a close another very important chapter of our lives, we would just pause to again thank our Father for HIS marvelous revela- tion that we, as "frail vessels of earth," are privileged to show forth the glory of God. r ' Likewise, it is with deepest appreciation that we give thanks unto the LORD for having permitted our paths to cross this year at Multnomah, and to see how each of our lives is being fashioned together to form God's master-piece ever following the Potter's form. Finally, we praise and thank God as we have been able to get a glimpse of HIS method for reaching the lost world today. GOD'S unchanging method is- men and women. And the key for a man or woman of God is the Word of God Z GRAD CLASS PRESIDENT operating in the lite. .-J W 3' its x ls Zfeagff Ai Kenneih Baldwin Beatrice Boyd Mariorie Carlson R'-uh DYke g cl mm Anne Friesen D"'o'hY Hughes S x w w R Ieanene Kisuer Kathryn Kuhn Emma McClellan Charles McDowell I-iVi1'1a Merriam D01-is Miner Harry Oldenburgex. Barbara Peterson sharon Peterson L f',l1 - -- V nlll W? Aw J' 5 Ardith Rogers Mavis Ryan iq fyfynk Robert schmelinq Etflvan Slcergiesptazf Iacqueline Slininq 4" " .V 1' Fw' Q' Q : rw V-f Jeff ,. ., 57 FE: ,Elf ' fb: n u -if-F F K - Xm l: fxx?Tg?f4: , fbi, W H :,. - iiq,ggw'5f ,, l 5, 11 1 ' KJ " YN k MQW. H -. . .. s P- H ? n - f -: . , -,, f , sv . We , W" ef.2:wf:: ' ' 21 1 V: gs ' . V ' , 5:16 Dorothy Stanbra Bonnie -1-,owner Russell Tuma Mrs. Ruth S. Wilson George Wonley 65,43 ,Xi . - Iv' laecza gnu if 6 ' x X X x X - 'W gl 123 My Nan Bodway Marcia Brown Sam Burfon Iack Gipson Mariorie Hawes David Hudson Lois Klusman David Pence james pence Mrs. Eleanor Schmelinq Nga 515165 Demu 1-amlmson Maman Van Praaq Olwe Walburn M s Phylhs Wxldeson Elenore Elame Corbm Donald Dehle ff f yvamve J X ,' f if 3 1? .,' ,Q 0 .ii ,X V 0 , ,Ffa 4- olxx X v 1 f I X is EVENING SCHOOL DIRECTOR REV. GEORGE KEHOE IOHN MITCHELL HALL. FIRST SEMESTER LOCATION swif- uening s 1-xxsmoff CLAS 1033 BUILDING. SECOND SEMESTER LOCATION .:Si',' ' .. EVENING SCHOOL GRADUATES SADC! Margaret Boitano and Mrs. Mariorie Terpening. F-'X Posmolv dp ROM ANS 's YQ' M H fdv W5 iii W ,QV xp Q5 9? ,J ,ii J li iw 21 ,lg ,, ,, ,, , , , ,, ,, , H, ,, W , ,, ,, , , , ,, ,, ,,,, , , ,, ,, ,iw 1vV.-asgfwlmwg-egfg,vwwfmmgvm-w-msffwf ',w-A-ewwwnmluua-gp-w '-1- ,", L lawwwwMawwufwwmmmQ,Hwgggwfww--vvgwam wx,mmav-uw,11x,W1emwwe-,1u,1'x,11QlxmmmwwuA1we1waws.wwwimswyww,mfsf-ew,W,Mwmw,1wnw.m-mmmu ,11- ,W.1:mmvuw-mw4ww,,1wfammv'wwwm-1,1wvxx-w-www, ,1x,1 wwwmafmwww,-wwmww x1," wwmgvvww, ','1 wwr11x,wn,wwmuw.wwwwwuwmumxw,ww rkiociafevl ,gzwlenffi 0 . . . The Student Council experienced a grand year in serving the Lord as A representatives of the Associated Student Body. The objective of the Council has been to conduct all matters of business in a way of honoring to our Saviour. One of the greatest desires has been to influence an increasing unity among all members of the Student Body. The members of the Council cooperated in many undertakings that expended much time and sometimes interfered with personal plans, Special appreciation must be extended to those who gave so cheerfully of their time. l write in behalf of the Council in expressing gratitude to the Faculty Advisory Committee for their cooperation in representing the Council at the Faculty meetings. Their kindly advice and suggestions were appreciated. We of the Council would not testify that this has been a year without trials and tests but the Lord has been very faithful to answer the prayers of those of you who prayed for the Council activities. This has been a high privilege and a blessed experience representing the Associated Student Body. STUDENT COUNCIL First row: Glenn Hall, president: Al Gage, Barbara Crandall: secretary: Ioan Buckner, treasurer: Carroll Richmond, assistant treasurer: Ann Friesen, loann Nelson.. Second row: Rod Pence, S.M.U. chairman: Nathan McCauley, vice president: Gene Finster, John Van Diest, Elmer Taylor, Iim Spillman, Art Coats, Keith McNeil, George Wortley, lim Pence, Wes Voth. W, fg, grae Included in the activities of the student body was the blood drive in February at which time 151 donors volunteered. M.S.B. set a new local record for schools and colleges when 42? of the student body became donors. FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE FIRST SEMESTER PRAYER GROUP LEADERS First row: lvan Harris, Dorothy Stanbra, lackie Slining, Nancy Keep, lanet Davis, Marlene Breer, Flora Lee, Marjorie Hawes. Second row: Joe Davis, Earl Matson, Carl Iohnson, Esther Cowles, lim Spillman, Bob Schmidt, Ioe Coulson, Rod Pence, Tom Hammond. Not pictured: Betty Coleman, Marge Carlson, Nita Skiles, Ernie Ediger. SECOND SEMESTER PRAYER GROUP LEADERS First row: linny Salzsiedler, Emma McClellan, Nan Bodw6Y, loatnn Nelson. Second row: Dick Asakawa, Carol Smith, Carroll Richmond, Mrs. Strong, Dorothy Berndt, Mary Lager, Artyce Iohnson, Gene Cosby, Back row Al Palfenier, Dalton Rasmussen, Dick Minson, Ed Ianzen, Rod Pence, Howard Paschall. Not pictured: Lance Watterburg, Kathy Kuhn. 66 .Simflmf ififtioncwy nion S.M.U. EXECUTIVE STAFF "To encourage, promote, and provide opportunity for interces- sory prayer for the mission field at home and abroad." This state- ment from our constitution reveals the main purpose of this organization. Eleven prayer groups, representing the entire globe, bring the student face to face with the actual needs of the missionaries and give opportunity for prayer concerning these needs. The S.M.U. ministry not only has an inward but also an extensive outward aspect as missionaries from various fields and societies present the needs of the world. This ministry reaches not only into the hearts of the students but also into their pockets as weekly offerings are taken and distributed quarterly to Mu1tnomah's growing family of sons, daughters, and friends. During the past ten years some 320,000 has gone out from the hearts of the students into the work of missions the world around. Working around the theme, "Stand in the Gap," found in Ezekiel 22:30 the Student Missionary Union has placed before the students the vast needs in God's harvest field today with the aim that some of them may "pray-give-go-and stand in the gap." CHALLENGE REQUESTED IM . ALASKA PRAYER GROUP CHALLENGE PRESENTED ww i MMV I A VH Q A F.M.F. MEETING 'N 'QW W XMQ Of 1X X K , f CHALLENGE Accsrrsn ff f A A X iz T7 MR AND MRS DEXTER EDWARDS AND BETH ANN I A A 67 I 7 amen 6 ounci The Womens Council of the Multnomah School of the Bible has as its function the drawing together of the women students in a bond of love made sweeter by the Lord Iesus Christ It is composed of elected officers and various rep resentatives who meet each Tuesday morning to discuss and pray about problems which may arise. How wonderful it is to be able to take all things to the LORD knowing that daily prayer lessens daily care. Wonderful times of fellowship are had at parties and teas, during which time we receive many rich blessings and challenges. We praise the LORD for our advisor, Mrs. Samuel who so willingly gives of her time to counsel with each one, offering many helpful suggestions. We also thank and praise our wonderful LORD for the wisdom He gives, and for the way He guides and directs in all things. Betty Salzsiedler, second semester president: Gloria Enertson, first semester president: Mrs. Samuel, advisor FIRST SEMESTER COUNCIL Pat Skinner, Eleanor Harmel, Flora Lee, Lilly Ost, Alice Wilkinson Ianet Davis, Trenna Ross, Georgia Stone, Margaret Packer, Emma McClellan, Gloria Enertson, Faith Gray. SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL First row: Betty Roach, Charlotte Betty Baker, Lois Nute, Nita Skiles, Salzsiedler, Sherill Cogswell, Inez Mott, Ioyce Shull, Anne Friesen, Pat Wright. Second row: Fry, Margaret Packer, Darlene Cawlfield, Barbara Edna McLean. ,fmt sw EDITORIAL STAFF "S, , RE-WRITERS AND COPY WRITERS Oldenburqer. Standing: Copy editors: Betty Salzsiedler, Evelyn Lichti. Reporters: Henry Sweeney, Doris Miner, Carol Smith, Vivian Chandler Beatrice Huddleston, Margaret Gibson. Not pictured: Wanda Bonander, Floyd McQueen, Ioann Nivala. Typists: Iris Woodcock. Not pictured' Betty Coleman. business manager, Miss Halstenrud, adv1sor: Mrs. Ruth Nelson, make-up editor. Standing: Art Coats, editor-in-chief: Vernon Johnson, circulation manager: Roy Harvey, assistant editor. 625 A "I ,X W f ff , ,,: if Z! X A Mg. f nrzronrzns AND 'rYP1s'rs 69 ,fdmgaddaclor Siu!! EXECUTIVE STAFF Virginia Gates, associate editor: Miss Carlson, advisor: Keith McNeil, editor: Art Gee, associate editor, TYPISTS AND BUSINESS STAFF Dan Remple, business manager: Flora Lee, typist: Al Gage circulation manager: Barbara Smith, typist. 4: V ART STAFF ' Donna lo Scott, art editor: Mary Ann Churman, Ianet Buckner, Darlene Mixer. -Q2 DEPARTMENT EDITORS Dolores lohnson, academic: Gerry Gilcher, alumni: Lois Fry, associations. Not pictured: Pat Skinner, assistant. 70 T PHOTOGRAPHER AND FINISHER Ioe McLennan. N Q' BIBLE c1.AssEs cr-nm: EVANS:-:L1sM CLASSES 2 y a X racfica! IMAPL The practical work afforded us at Multnomah covers many fields. We appreciate the oppor- tunity of serving our Lord at home: many sec- tions of Oregon and Washington, in addition to Portland, are reached through this ministry. STUDENT PASTORS REAL LIFE CLUBS BOYS' BRIGADES 7 41.411 , . T1 ...,N,- OLD FOLK'S HOME MISSION STREET TEAM I STREET TEAM e6l,l'I'l6 IAIL TEAM , M , NORTHWEST GOSPEL BROADCASTERS LOUISE HOME TEAM Ama? WHITE SHIELD HOME TEAM AEM X 1 X- ALASKA-CANADA D.v.B.s. K I' ' nz x SugsqyVLEQJ M 1 ex 2 l , X NW A.S.S.U. BIBLE CAMPS 7 w YOUNG LIFE CAMPS , 1 N xf Muff figs LQ SQ' X W X X. W so A f w ,X-N S , -' qw n Jw diet!" xg., fwlgaofi' :e,x4,55..e:w 1 A1x'E-QQYW 1-gmw bU'l'll'l'lel" " 'mom' CREEK BIBLE cAMP COUNSELLORS MONTANA D'V'B'S' TR ACT CH AIR MA N :fact W inidfry migm 1 wh J fb' ' - gi! P , 5 . f kia, ' 5, I t V' Egg - f f? 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This week fell between semesters. All classes were set aside and the time was spent in sessions with the missionary speakers who represented a variety of fields and mission boards. The week was filled with challenging messages to each heart to answer God's call to service whether at home or abroad. izifiionarg 6lmlnAcz:5i:5 me Rev. and Mrs. Earl Ahrens-North American Baptist General Mission- 2 British Camerouns Dr. T. I. Bach-Evangelical Alliance Mission Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. and Mrs. Delmar Becker-Evangelical Alliance Mission-lapan Samuel Cassells-Sudan Interior Mission-Africa Iarnes Cuthbertson-Japan Evangelistic Band-Japan Richard Dilworth-Africa Inland Mission-Tanganyika Territory Walter Duff-Village Missions-U.S.A. Loren Ediger-Mexican Indian Mission-Mexico and Mrs. Ralph Keep-Central American Mission-El Salvador Walter Iesperson-China Inland Mission--China and S.E. Asia Miss Doris Lacy-Sudan Interior Mission-Ethiopia Miss Mary Io Lant-Evangelical Alliance Mission-Iapan Rev. Ted Laskowski-Unevangelized Fields Mission-Brazil Rev. and Mrs. Louis Markwood-West Indies Mission-Haiti Miss lean McGregor-Rambai Mukti Mission-India Dr. Paul Parker-Sudan Interior Mission-Sierra Leone Miss Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rosalind Rinker--Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship-Northwest W. Dayton Roberts-Latin America Mission-Costa Rica Don Stump-Alaska Missions, Inc.-Alaska Percy Wills-Shantymeris Christian Association-British Columbia David Woodward-China Inland Mission-Tibet-Formosa THE TEAM IN AJ-IUDDLE' 4 . AND MRS. LOUIS MARKWOOD FACUL ,, N0 Ty I r ,r A . iw' ' XM: i 1 f X , skowsxul SSIONAR Y I ,V4,W . Sy I L3 355- LUN, JJ 5 1 Bev 5 Bxax ' Q Cushitsom NV ' UN 6 ' 9 XQSP . Req l FACULTY-MISSIONARY TEA MISSIQNA sv CUTHBEBTSON R . lean McGregor. Lois Ahrens, Doris Lacy. Mrs. Doble. Mary Keep, Mrs. Kehoe, Mary Io Lani. 3 our mxssxonary map Rev. Dilworih and Rev. Roberis Rev. Walter Duff . W J J Mk - I '6?3"f1w 1' fi E. ui WYMSGR ri-V wif- YI 'f .v 41, Qfsiki lfh-,Q . 'YQ " " Vi, . :F .V H ,sw -'if N 1. OTTQB E sg as 5 we . L 15 zz, , L A lf. gy, 5' E QLD ff V we ,. V R21 . A 0,-.f , V vl A ilavfq, f e , . AFRICAN MELODY ron US?" 1.1. G0 wH0 W' N01- AGAHV I ! ! MUL'I'NOMAI'I'S ALUMNI PARTICIPATE Earl and Lois Ahrens, Mary Keep, Iean McGregor, Mary Io Lani, Doris Lacy. Beity and Delmar Becker. Noi pictured: Ralph Keep. gym... . Mr 1, f.. . .,:. Z ,.. , , . V, , .V 1.1533 , Y .5 08 W 1 gghmg W EOR wg f f 5 Uzoir . f tittiir The A Capella Choir of the Multnomah School of the Bible, under the able direction of Lauren B. Sykes, has had Q ,,. , xv: a very successful year. It has toured in the states of Idaho, Washington and Oregon, and has made appearances in several Portland churches and the Portland Youth for Christ. I Choir officers are: Harry Oldenburger, second semester president: David Pence, first semester president: Margaret Packer, secretary-treasurer: Roy Harvey, business manager: leannine Bowman, librarian: Betty Salzsiecller and Rod Pence, student directors. rel: eff fra The orchestra, under the direction ot Dr, Roger Congdorl. has A sernieformal concert was presented on May 8, and :'1umbSYS Wefe appeared rendered 51 5 number of school functions during the past Year- at the Commencement exercises. 81 A 'ii X Ni X ers GOSPEL LIGHT TRIO Betty Dean, pianist: Pat Wright, axine Hudson, Loretta Carlyle ffwt f oA X KINGS COURT TRIO Barbara Turner, Nina f X Georgia Stone KlNG'S HERALDERS QUARTE Evan Skersies, lohn Van Diest, Ernie E 1qer, Wes Voth, Bill Meyer, pianist 82 ff l f IOYAIRES TRIO 7 Virginia Pearson, M rqarei Pack! Mary Lager Z sl ? is 3 l X S y l S AMBASSADOR QUARTE-p Fred Clark, Ronald Till, Al Palfenier, Lance Watterberq -. 9 f GOLDEN CHORDS TRIO e'ity Salzsiecller, Iinny Salzsiedler Ginny Gales Mary Motley, lanei Davis r N L' QE ' K ,, I A? 0HiSE31'!y CONSTRUCTION DAYS ANYTHING LEFT? THE BREAD LINE 6Ll'l'Ll0lfL5 008 e-WP' F RBGX P114 YER M590 0? wa we V366 Cll0el"5 WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK? TOURNIQUET? Lf,-x Spring is sprung-the grass is rll: Bu! soon we'lI wonder where it iz. Efm Dr. Thaddeus Luscius Bradley. 1.iH.D film PRIVATE DEVOTIONS arm i e 1 i111-in ' IT -5' +5 STUDY FEETS NV f f L50 A PAGE FROM ESQUIRE f"'X Cc STUDY TIME ? ? 0 I X-4 A ll Z J H4 co vglifb DORM PRAYER MEETING OUR BASKETBALL TEAM Ks QS-- Q! f 2 1 we GWB ' .gpaorfa THE FIRST GAME DOING IT THE HARD WAY ! ! MA WAITRESS IN DISTRESS? A-iN U F is 1, 32 Q 413 FIRST LUNCH FRIESEN FEATS EARLY DINNER wrice law 52 X Q fvgacff li X fo THE CROWNING :jan jzofa SUCKER LINE THOSE 'WOMEN ----- ATTENTION. TALENT SCOUTS! TRAGEDY IN THE PALACE K ff' if Z, S9 ' X Jw I fff X-if f Jifawdgqgd STUDENT WIVES 90 J fm if 79 Q5 0 ALUMNI GREETIN irkiionary ancjuef AXQSTLR? 542 SOX L7 Y X THE BANQUETERS TRUSTEE BANQUET ancilfteb GRAD BANQUET 'li , If ALUMNI BANQUET 38 fifw KM if J O 0202960 9 12290 5 SEN SN 5533 is or amp., CACA. 5 Q-6 f., 1 wamw - - .if 5 K. 2 5 1 .L 5 xv L XY 3 . Nxght crawler. 2. Next time try rocks! 3. The latest ........... 4. Would plastic surgery help? ' 5. The Prodigal 7. C. E. Casualty. A KW 8. YOU should have been there . . B. Me and My Teddy Bear . . . Wallllowers? 1 ,' x O 6. Collateral reading. ,, ..,,. Y? f x as ,Af , ,J 1 . l st ,fl - A e its gi M W., M5 f V, 5 ,,V.5g,:.' 111fZf'k?.g -. f- . 4, 1 if lv To ' wL. "2" -,,, EM S ,f . VV: '-.1 'af K shunt Deposit ten cents. please. Family reunion? -,-,I Groundhog N No. no! Miss Carlson. Hey, Maggie! Where DID she i . In . Rogue's Gallery. Uncle Ronnie Evicted? -Z'-Z, n 9 1 sw M wh QQ EER? 555 "iw M , wx w M :W ,331 J? xiii: "wi Q15 ww N33 53 ij Wh JE my QV 13 W md gf :gig AQ m,w.y.-,Q,wf1:1,,w,,w1.w1r.fwmwMHWW-.v-,wewmw,1w,m.-.ww,Wmmmm,WwwW-MM-W,.mM+.m,w,wgw,,w,Wmg,,,, W,E,QmwwifeYW.,,,,w,.wma-f,1,...Wsm ,, ,Wwf,1.,, ,wk 1-, wgw Wfw:9L, mg-S , ,, wfgl P235 migf- V-gg: , 2-if umni icem DONALD MEIER, '46 PRESIDENT REV HENRY BARNET, '46 MURIEI. EKDAHL, '51 NALD ABN LD '52 REV. DAVID STEWART 48 VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY REV' R01-REASURERO I EDITOR nav mmm. connnrr. 'as DORIS COUNTRYMANI '50 wvnm E. mrsn. 'as nr-:v. H. w nvmvum 47 Du-edgy DUBCIOI' Director Director "THIS IS THE WAY, WALK YE IN IT" Isaiah 30:21 Not too long ago we alumni were sitting in the classrooms of Multnomah being strengthened in the Lord and learning "the Way" in which we were to Walk. Many times we were overly eager to advance, but in those days the Lord's Word to us might well have been "Their strength is to sit still," Clsa. 30:77. We received the blessings of learning "the Way" at His feet by means of the Word, the Spirit, and God's men. We are now walking in that Way through- out the World. It is with thanksgiving that we look back upon the years our Lord privileged us to study at Multnomah. Serving our Lord in the way He has designated is now our joy. 074, ,2-v...:..:-1 ALUMNI PRESIDENT RETIRING SEATTLE OFFICERS Winton Weiss, '50, vice presie dent: Mabel Reitz, '44, trea- surer: Lois Anne Gilman, '44, secretary: Lee Beier, '41, pres- ident: Knot pictured: Wallace Wilson, '45, reporterl. 1952 ALUMNI BANQUET. Don Meter, president, presiding. C.. WT ' 5 .,kt,s5,, tit' ova! Je owfilailad SEATTLE-TACOMA-EVERETT FELLOWSHIP PICNIC DALLAS THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY FELLOWSHIP INCOMING SEATTLE OFFICERS Cliff Kresser, '49, vice presi- dent: Marguerite Sandilands, '40, secretary: Ed Reimer, '48, president: Claude Collins, '52, treasurer: Knot pictured: Elea- nor Tate, ex '47, reporterl. PORTLAND ALUMNI OFFICERS Clarence Loewen, '49, presi- dent: Christine Soderquist, '51, secretary-treasurer: Elmer Graves, '49, vice president. Not pictured: Ioyce Kehoe, '51, reporter. 99 l sn.. MRS. MIRIAM LEMCKE. '51, housemother at the Adelaide Christian Home evening devotions. .ff N W2 . Q., Clzifvlrengn mir err! f-A-Qt.. ,I , X I for Children in Culver City, Calilornia gathers a group of the children ior 'Am i Rev. IOHN and ELEANOR. '39, CROOK, .. missionaries oi the Canadian Sunday School Mission, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, " with Beverley and Vincent at one of the gg 5' summer camps. 4,3 , W I IOHNSTON, '49, with one of her colored in Portland. A .hw REV. and MRS. GLENN WIEBE, '49, with a group of D.V.B.S. workers co-operating with them in their work with the Rocky Mountain Bible Fellowship in Salt Lake City, Utah. 100 MISS ANN HAMM, '43, shown with her oceanside Bible Class this summer. She is doing C.E. work in Dallas, Oregon. 6' r 1 A mnnebmiw w if .yr st x S' fi MISS MARTHA LUTES. '51, with a co-worker of the Kentucky Mountain Mission. Stfiifrlwr, - " , A 121 : fit, 3v,::fwgQ,1,':ff:z,-,+, If-f.yfg.x,yfgggQ,, .. ' 'fi M4 1. ..w..,... . .,,. ,. . , . , ., , . , ww .. ,f f, , , mn, ,, . .viva ,Q We K . k,,, . gqqfhgl.. Swgwief-.afg' . ' ,riff - ' Huff ,ST f ,"' ,z ' ,,.,,fw- - 7, . V, -V. A f- 1 ' A' ug. x, 3 ,fnwf-,f + ,-A x mf- , 1 .rt Aw- 3' KFWHSQYQ, ff . , if f, A Nl M' W Z4 ,a,.,1fmf, V Y ' 'N my mg 9 K .MISS PHYLLIS HICK, '50, engaged in children's work in Victoria, B. C. and vicinity. ' W., , ,.,, WMM bf" t 1 tx .,:f 2 X REV. GLENN FLORY, '49, has recently organ- ized the Redwood Valley Bible Church in Redwood Valley, California. He is shown with ' ' d h d C l. Phylhs and their aug ters lean an are Last summer's D.V.B.S. in the Evangelical Free Church ol the pastor. REV. H. W. RYDMAN, '47, pastor oi the Tacoma Baptist Church, Tacoma, and MRS. WALDO WALL, again serving the South Jr QW Fundamental Church in Montana. H M o and H53 '43, ar Shown, ith in :bail-W 1-,ef nt PHARES, '49, and LUCILLE. '48, HUG- N M GINS are at the church in Williams, Q , , ..... ,,., 'NX Oregon, oi which he is the pastor. W ' w ' 55' 1, ' ,, " ,l f" sw1 "if A-A' L li I I -. ' A ' 5555 " Pc tl' ii " it "5?i'7V',' 1 tt - ws--tw, e -f f -kk-I A,M,' V , "Wil t' ' REV. HOWARD SCHILLING, '47, is pastor oi ad a newly organized Conservative Baptist Church if " V " 1, in Hermiston, Oregon. " ' ' 52 sift. i e .N Mi, REV. DANIEL COR- A BETT, '39, pastor ol Emmanuel Baptist Church, Vancouver, Washington. church at Aims. Oregon. tMr. and Mrs. Goert: with Michael, lack, Gary, and Peterl. 101 Elk Creek, Idaho of which REV. MAURICE PFIEL, '49, il' REV NORMAN L. CUMIMINGS. REV AL HUEGLI 49 music dU'9c'9' 43 Youth for Christ director for of the Baptist Church in Hawthorne San Diego Camomia. tral Bible Church teaches one oi his many bus MISS ALICE ALTER Qiad 49, fsecond from nqhti with a qrou n A VCF stu- ' as Inter- stafi mem- in North ,- fn' ," ,Qi -ff . iimwlfm gl-if 5225 ' fvw. f' is . . , , ik, K 1 ,A , , . I "' 1 H, I, a Cl, 1 M GRACE FUQUA. n. arch to begin for the ofczfin ' l 52' HOMER PARRY. '49, and his family are under appointment by . the Central American Mission lor merzca E' Sa'va""" MRS. IULIA SPENCER, '50, is engaged ln children's and Iewish evangelism in Chile. 91 695 995260 Y X695 F9 v aolgosffi HERBERT ol z:L1.1o'rr. ex 'so little Danny Clark. are laboring along Amazon headwaters tn eastern Peru. MARIORIE. '40 and BILL RICE, '41, are in their second term ol service with the Central American Miss' V , Nicaragua. Mike and Buddy are also veter missiiSnarQ,A lt X "K, 7' LZ-'27 an Q ,-V' ' W, 5-al-,,ci'l xv ' :D T REV. and MRS. ANDREW PASCHALL, '50 and ex '51, with Eric and Patricia are min- istering in Quepos, Costa Rica. under the '59 "'1' "3 Central American Mission. ' A to 7 ,' g X 3 v ii A , lb ,Q . 1 r 1 t f WV' 'J K XX l ' " u l ye ,Fug .Ks j k? I H,,ei?i.: 1 t - it nr , -E, ,., . , Q. " V Qggli? ' 2 -,fafgfi t gg. 4 Ex, I ' 1: an . , LV, gn ' wa2n:ff.'r,,af?E. Iii very 'JVC 'U,g',' V :iw ' WE rw n Q., , an J, 5 ,wx , ,- , 'fiVl'zE5'2'- ', ' i ' V MISS MARYON BORDER. ex '42, serves as a medical . technician with the West L Indies Mission in Aux MISS ELOISE ESTES. '47, teaches a children's class in os I D RALPH -40' d MA Puertos. Venezuela, iust prior to the completion ot her CaYe5- Ham' '46 are beginriilig theigiecgaildplei lirst term as a missionary of the Evangelical Alliance as missionaries of me central Amer- Mtssion. ican Mission in El Sauce, El Salvador, 103 4. : :-., Q. :,. I ,,v,, kygk .,::' : K::.,v lg. gy 2. A X iz I ":'A 1 ' l if 41" 9 t. .pt 'E .rm W. ,git Qt, f aka-:Y ith ,,,. X H M.: it -R ,. Y wt Q W, . tg gm L, we +-. K is , , N MW xi 5 1 gr Q af 'R ' s If w N 5 My 6 3 fl I 'E A v-9 ,E QQ INS1. . -M M' - , Q " ' 3 4 wwf-fl? if-:Q-- ' i' ESI, .Q 2' Starlet? e t S , W gin' l ' f bt W " ' 'f it X . 3. 4' MX' 5 ff? S 'i Q fix' ' 151225 aw - tw, 1. , -W I ., f '- .. V X , Q MISS DORIS LACY, '39, with children of the school in Chin- cha, Ethiopia. She has finished her iirst term under tho Sudan Interior Mission. MISS TINA IESEN,,, .' 4, is working ' with the Gos l , Ti nary Union in REV. WILLIAM' grad ,491 F ench West and comix. SNYDER, grad ., .egg '50, now beginning their work with the Unevan- 'S . gelized Fields Mission in Q" "L'. lflfl, GLJLSGL Ord 'he Belgian Congo. , fo O KEITH, grad '48, and BETTY PITMAN, ex '50, with Kathy and Q David are now at the Bishoftu Rest Home in Ethiopia serving with H KK the Sudan Interior Mission. 0 A REV. EARL AI-IRENS. '43, with a group of honor students oi the Bible School at Mbem, British Cam- erouns. where he is the principal. He and LOIS, ex '44, have completed their second term under the North American Baptist General Conterence. MISS LOIS SCHMIDT, grad '49, is teach- ing in the village school of Bambur, North Nigeria. as an educational mis- Mn. HARRY ATKINS, grad '4a. gives gm tract tg Si0na1'Y Under the Evangelical United representatives ot an hitherto unreached tribe in Brethern Church. Keren' El-in-ea. ogge V Q Miss IOLJT snaox,-grad '50, M 0 is a medical missionary oi f G the Mid-Missions working in l04 X T I' ' ' 'Q Accra. Gold Coast. REV. DONN GOSS, '48, and FERN, '48 with Sarah. They have been Evangelical Alliance Mis- sion missionaries in Iapan since 1949. W1 3- REV. DELMAR BECKER '44 and BETTY X f MISS MARY IO LANT, staii '46-47. audited fall semester classes during her first furlough irom her work in Iapan with the Evangelical Alliance Mission. RUSSELL REED. grad '50, and Barbara are in the China Inland Mission Over- seas Missionary Fellow- ship Language School in Singapore. x . sn, 'iii REV. WILLIAM I. McCAR'1'Y. '43, has returned to his work in northern Luzon in the Philippine Islands where he is a missionary of the Association oi Bap- tists ior World Evangelism, Inc. ex '49, have completed their iirst term , Xl in Iapan serving with the Evangelical Q Alliance Mission. MISS MARIAN WEISS, grad '50, sailed with the C.I.M. group on Ianuary 23. to enter the new language school in Singapore. L65l0l'l6U"L015 fl " -1. .M NN K g REV. ROBERT L. PETERSON. '52, men and MISS MARTHA KESINGER. '51, expect to work in Borneo after completion of the C.I.M. language course. 105 . .EEI A x 2 y, .Q L f . ge l' ,L.' is S Mlss nam Mccnzcon. '43, on t furlough irorn her teaching mums a6 try at the Ramabar Muktr Mission in Kedgaon. India- MRS. IEAN WOODWARD. ex '45- 011 from Moslem work in Iran. N .-mf. . Mia. 1 tif", -im lea- . .rgflggw - f ik 1.31 Lauri . WH ,f X f -. f .. ,. 2 igv 'QS M 'ff 72 ' , JV "1-ifix fif, -,lf. 7" 1 " 1T" ' . fi - ffl, f Q , , 2. .7 ,. , 4 A ..,, 55. .m x ' A Il-in wi. mf 'I f si-"'.:ii.a"5 .Q V ifzrzw 'E,5.'N15f ,.wf' :il iff," f .- 5' - - ': :,, ' ' 51724. f 5: WW u'w"55z25"L9..'fQ.sf7l S S S a f S ' l4,' ' 1 IV if hi .., . . a il, 1 'a .,,, j eiri I r REV. DONALD. '47, and FRIEDA RUBESH. '43. with . 'X .V ' - , Kenny. Donita. and Stanton are completing their lxrst term as missionaries ol the Evangelical Alliance Mission on the Nepal-Tibetan border. . ff. A, ' inf . MR. SID LINDEKE. '51 and wife Margaret, working at the Lazy Mountain Children's Home in Palmer. Alaska. 106 fo MISS ELINER IORGENSEN V fo x fx x Q he B MR. AND MRS. MELVIN IENSEN, '52. candidates of the Slavic Gospel Mission. looking forward to beginning work in Alaska this summer. Q nce sa S k N .NN he f ,, 1Q 1 - i . ...,,,. l iuii ' 49 housemother at the - H Valley Christian Home near Palmer. Alaska. . W,., V ,J 'X 1 .X-nf L - L S..5fiV..wz.Q.,3A-, .XX xx x0 X ' ff N X .vi 4. if 2 ' .Ez Bama QF Emi Sssings ez-mix evening 1530 to anon K NAK - uzaongatt LakeC4ti REV. RALPH LARSON, ex '40, pastor of Evangelical Free Church oi Salt Lake City, who also conducts daily broadcast. if lxk X Maj wif! 'W ' . PV A UL Dons. ex '54 ,X4 Portland, Oregon. MISS MRS. VIRGINIA COATS, '51, MISS ex 54 MRS CAROLYN DOWNING. ex NELDA and dents at the School MONTANA GOSPEL CRUSADE RADIO QUARTETTE DOIQZJLAS STAVE. '52, Bob Ewald, Gene Getz, and SPENCER DURR ex . ,W H . f--,-f N ire.,...W, ' ea Q MR. DONALD TODD, ex '52, MISS ROBERTA COOK, ex '53, and MISS MERILYN WATROUS, ex '52, with pupils of the Irvine Community Church Sunday School near Santa Ana. California. Ckriafian eruice stu- Medlcme at Blola. fMISS LILLIAN BEUTLER engaged in Iewzsh work t the Emmanuel Fellow ANABLE. '5I. Y P. Brooklyn. New York x W' ,N , 1 f 7 Aichholz. Harold .......,.......,..... Anderson. Richard T. .......... . Archer. Nancy ....,..,..... Aubin. Donald .......... .......... Austin. Orlie .,.,,.. ....,.... Baker. Betty lean .,.... ..,,...... Baldwin, Kenneth ..... Barker. Ethel ..,...... .....A... Barnell. Otto. Ir. ..,.,.,......,.,.... . Beattie. Donald ....................,.. Beattie. Mrs. Margaret .....,... Bekkedahl. Allan ................... Bennett. Donna ...,...,,.,.A,,,,,,,.A, Benston. Elizabeth .....,.,,,,..,. Berndt. Dorothy ......., ,..,...... Best, Earl ................ Bliss. Mary Ann ,....... Bobbitt. Bill ........,... Bodway, Nan .......... Bonander. Wanda ..... ,...,..,,. Boraker. Everett ........ ....,..... Bott, Dean ...,............, Bowman. Ieannine ......., ....,. Boyd. Beverly ....... Boyd, lames ...,..,.,.. .......,.. Boyd. Ioe ,..,.,.....,....... ......,... Boyd. O. Beatrice .,.........,.,,... Breer. Marlene .....,...,. ........., Brown. Beverlee ....,.. ,.,,,,.,,. Brown. Charlene ....,.. Brown. Marcia .........,. Brown. William C. ..... . Brubaker. Larry ......... hryan. Kenneth ..... Bryan, William ....,. Buckner. lanet .,,.,... .giuclenf :birecforg A 609 Arbutus ...,.......................... Chico, Calif. 9536 N. E. Glisan ....,,.... Portland 16, Ore. 10532 Barnes Lane .,.......,.... Tacoma, Wash. Rt. 2, Box 266 ........... ...,..... S onoma, Calif. Rt. 2, Box 692-B ........ ........ V isalia, Calif. B Rt. 1, Box 261 ..,........ ............,. B anks, Ore. 138 S.E. 53rd Ave. .......,...,., Portland, Ore. Box 101 ...,.....,.,........ ...,.... B ingen, Wash. Mist Route .............,......,....... Vernonia, Ore. 4022 S.E. 113th Ave. .... Portland 16, Ore. 4022 S.E. 113th Ave. .... Portland 16, Ore. Box 84 ....,...........................,...,..... Kent, Ore. Star Route 1 ........ ........ C hehalis, Wash. Route 1 ,.,....,..........................,. Kelso, Wash. 2057 S. Sycamore ............ Santa Ana, Calif. 195 Kellogg Park .................. Portland, Ore. Rt. 3, Box 247 ........ ................Bend, Ore. Box 31 ................ ........ 1 mperial, Calif. 571 W. 8th St. ...,.. ....,...... E ugene, Ore. 700 Kern ............. , ............ Kingsburg, Calif. Box 176 ............................ Ferndale, Wash. 4426 N. E. Campaign St. .... Portland Ore. 6354 N. Curtis Ave. ....,......... Portland, Ore. 580 S. W, Bergis Rd, .......... Oswego Ore. Rt. 3, Box 56 ....,............,............ Bend, Ore. Rt. 3, Box 56 ......,......,,................. Bend Ore. Box 292 ...........,.......,...... Sunnyside, Wash. 1154 St, Francis St. Redwood City, Calif. 2206 Glover Rd. ......,....... Milwaukie, Ore. 1004 McHenry Ave. ..,......... Modesto, Calif. 12354 Wyoming Ave. ........ Detroit 4, Mich. 569 N. Wilcox Ave. .,l..os Angeles 4, Calif. 710 S. E. 18th ....... 2l18V2 Wiard St. ....... . .......4641 East "C" St. Calif. 1010 Vermont St. .................. Gridley, Portland, Ore. Hffataafh Fans, ora. ........Tacoma, Wash. Buckner. loan ............., . . 4641 East "C" St. ,.., ........ T acoma, Wash. Buhler, Harland ................,..... Rt. 1, Box 300 .... .. ........... Dallas, Ore. Burton. Mrs. Elizabeth ....,..... 8435 N.E. Glisan .................. Portland, Ore. Burton. Sam .............,.....,........ 8435 N.E. Glisan .................. Portland, Ore. Bush, Harriet ..,... Rt. 1 ........,.....,............. Battleground, Wash. C Canfield. Celia ...... .......,........,.............. .....,...,, . . Dani, Ore. Carlson. Mariorie ................... 2638 N.E. 17th ,.......,.... ..... P ortland 12, Ore. Carlyle. Loretta ....................... Box 377 ..,.,,.,,.... .,......, B ridgeport, Wash, Carpenter. DeLores lean .......,................,..,..., ..................,.. ..... l.. o rane, Ore. Carpenter. Paul .............,...,... .,.............,................ ,................. . L orane, Ore. Cassells, Dorothy ...... ....... 3 884 W. 13th Ave...Vancouver 8, B.C., Can. Casto. Robert ..........., ....... 2 730 9th Ave. ..........,....... Milwaukie, Ore. Cawlfield. Darlene ....... ...,,., 1 211 Beacon Drive .....,.. Grants Pass Ore. Chambers, Bill .......... Rt. 5, Box 412 ,............... Oregon City, Ore. Chandler, Vivian . ..., P.O. Box 95 ..........,.,.........,. Loyalton, Calif. Churman. Mary ...., Clark. Fred ......... Clausen. lames ...... Coats, Arthur ............ Route 1 ................... 1728 E. Courtland . 8405 SE. Morrison ......... 4704 S. E. Monroe . Caldwell, Idaho Spokane, Wash. mm--.,Po1't1and 16, Ore. Milwaukie, Ore. Cobbs. Charlotte .......... ...... R t. 1, Box 103 ........................ Murphy, Ore. Coqswell. Sherrill ........ ....... R t. 1, Box 322 ..,,...... Port Orchard, Wash. Cole. Gurley ............. ....... B ox 174 .....,....... ........, S unnyside, Wash. Coleman. Betty ......... ....... 2 545 North St. ...................... Redding, Calif. Collins. Barbara .......... ....... 2 323 S. E. 110th .............. Portland 16, Ore. Collins. Shirley ....,,,.......... . ..,. 2204 E. Mission .... .. Colvin, Robert Edwin ........... Rt. 1, Box 27 .......,.,.... ...Spokane 24, Wash. ............Lebanon, Colvin. Robert Everett .,,.,,... 11901 S. E. Lincoln ............ Portland, Cook, Fredrick ...........,..,..,..,., Bt. 1, Box 662 .................... St. Helens Corbin, Elenore ............ .,.,... 4 05 N.E. 80th ......1.... ......... P ortland, Corbit. Carl ........,... 10852 S. E. Stark ..........,. Portland 16 Cordell. Richard ,,.....,,. 5632 N. E. 14th .........,1....... Portland, Cosby, Gene .,.....,.,...,,,,.,.,.,... 748 N. E. 102nd St. ...,.... Portland 16 Coulson, Mrs. Aurelia ..,,.,.... 8634 N. E. Glisan ....... .... P ortland 16, Coulson. Ioseph .,...,.....,,......,. 8634 N. E. Glisan ......, .... P ortland 16, Cowles. Esther .......... Crandall. Barbara ...... Rt, 1, Box 480 .... Rt. 3, Box 606 ...... ........Waterford. Ore. Ore. Ore. Ore. Ore. Ore. Ore. Ore. Ore. Calif. .........Everett, Wash. Creech. Clark , ........ . Crocker. Richard ........ Crosthwaite. Hilda ..... Cypert. Betty ........... Davis. lanet ....... Davis, loe .......... Davis. lohn ............... Dawson. Leston ..,... Dean, Elizabeth Dehle. Donald V. ..... . Delp. Harold F. ...,.. . Denney. Marvin ...... Dixon, Charlotte ..... Doble. Paul ....,....,...,.... Donart. Sarah .......................... Downing. Mrs. Carolyn Downing. Don ..............,...,..... Duncan. Betty ...,.,........ Duran. Fred Richard ....,......... Dyke. Ruth ......... ,.................. . Ediger. Ernie ......................,.... Enertson, Gloria Ioy Erickson, Eileen ......... Evenrud. Edwin ....... Fares. Alvah ......,.. Fares. Mrs. Ruth ..... Fellers, Ianet ........,.,.,.. Fidler. Richard H. ..... . Finster. Gene ..,........ Fischer, Evelyn ....... Fischer. Helen. ....,.... Fisher. Barbara ...,.... Fisher, Yvonne ........ Flory. Rose ........... Folsom. Barbara .....,. Fox. Ed ....,..........,.. France, Iamie ....... Free. Hal ....,....... Friesen. Anne ...... Friesen. lohn ...... Fritts. Doran .... Fritts. Scott ..... Fritz. Roy ..... .......... Fry, Lois ,..........,....... Fullington. Erlene ...... Funk. David .. .,..... .. Gage. Allred .,... Gates, Virginia ..... Gee, Arthur .......,..... Gibson. Margaret ........ Gilcher. Gerry .,....... Gilchrist. Duane ...... Gipson. Iaclr ...,..... Gist. William ......,..... Glass, Omar .,,.............. Goddard. Glen A. ...... . Gradin. Wesley ....... Graham. Raymond ...,.. Gray. Faith .........,........ Gregg. Mary Ruth ...... Grewell. Russell ..,.. Groff. Earl ........, ...,. Grove, Dorothy . 6015 So. Montgomery ........ Tacoma, Wash. 11257 Greenwood .,......Seattle 33, Wash. Rt. 1, Box 108 .....,.,................ Santee, Calif. P.O. Box 24 ............. D Rt. 2, Box 3695 .... 1632 N. lnterstate . 4422 4th St. ........... . ........Fair Oaks, Calif. .Sacramento, Calif. ...,...........Portland, Ore. ..............Everett, Wash. 322 So. 13th St. .................. Corvallis, Ore. 7346 S. E. Harrison 1221 E. lndiana Ave. Ct. Spokane 21, Wash. .,....Portland, Ore. 611 N. E. 82nd ................ Portland 16, Ore. Rt. 1, Box 143 ....,.... 631 N. E. 91st Ave. Box 3 ...................... 1414 N.E. Going .. 1414 N.E. Going .. 6306 N. E. Simpson .........Lake Grove, Ore. .Vancouver, Wash. Rt. 3, Box 462-A ..,,....... ........Port1and 16, Ore. ....,...Cambridge, Idaho .Portland 11, Ore. llllill.Portland 11, Ore. Portland, Ore. 1126 W, Flora ..,,. .......,.. Stockton, Calif. 932 W. Olive ...., ........ M onrovia, Calif. E Rt, 1, Box 343 ...,. ......,........ .... D a llas, Ore. Rt. 3, Box 644 ................ Bellingham. Wash. Rt. 1, Box 1182 ...... .......,.., G resham, Ore. .......Ba1four, N. Dak. F 8645 N. E. Glisan .......... Portland 16, Ore. 8645 N. E. Glisan .......... Portland 16, Ore. .......,.Kasilof, Alaska 3357 E. Burnside ............ Portland, Ore. 1403 No. Freeman ............ Santa Ana, Cailf. Rt. 6, Box 542 ............ ...,........ S alem, Ore. Rt. 6, Box 542 .... ........................ S alem, Ore. 10034 N. Mercer Way ..,. Mercer ls., Wash. 3915 N. E. Laurelhurst , ....... Portland, Ore. 14751 Harper St. ........ Midway City, Calif. Rt. 1, Box 560 ...................... E1 Cajon, Calif. 2931 Marconi Ave .......... Sacramento, Calif. P.O. Box 52 ........................ Roseburg, Ore. 3419 N. E. Oregon St. ........ Portland, Ore. 996 lst St. . .,............. Yarrow, B.C., Canada 5028 S. E. Woodward .......... Portland, Ore. Valley, Ore. Valley, Ore. 6907 N, Hodge ....,.. .........,.. P ortland, Ore. 211 No. Elm St. .....,.......... Lewiston, Mont. Rt. 4, Box 542 ..... .......... H ood River, Ore. Rt, 7, Box 389 ,.... ....... V ancouver, Wash. G 1811 Iris Ave. .. ..... N. Sacramento, Calif. 803 So. David Ave. ............ Stockton, Calif. 2214 15th St. .......,.......... Sacramento, Calif. Box 670 .............,.................... Buffalo, Wyo. 1191 Columbia Way .... Longview, Wash. 424 S. E. 162nd .................,.... Portland, Ore. 1015 N. E. 79th ........ ........ P ortland, Ore. ............,,................................C1overdale, Ore. 9105 N. Geneva Ave. ...... ...Portland, Ore. Wash. Rt. 2, Box 917 ............ ....... G resham, Ore. 623 S. W. 2nd St. .....,,.....,. Pendleton, Ore. ..,..............,,...............,..,.,....Hoodsport, Wash. ........1.Corval1is, Mont. Box 72 ,.,..,..... ........,............. 1 oliet, Mont. Box 275 .. .......... ..,.,,,. E lectric City, Wash. Rt. 2, Box 41 .. .. .. lebanon, Ore. River, Wash. Hagman. Lawrence .....,...,.,.,... Haley. Iames ....... .,..,.. ....... Hall. Glen .........,.. . ........ .,.... . . Hammersley. Alice ...., ........ Hammond. Tom ..,..., Hanson. Robert .,... Harmel. Eleanor ..,,.. Harris. Ivan .,.....,,.. Hart, Melvin ...... Harvey, Roy ...... Haven. Eleanor ...,.... Hawes. Mariorie .,.... Hayford, Paul .........,. Hellrey, Margaret ....,.. ..,..... Hieter. Don ..,......... Hill. Betty .......... Hillier. Shirley ...., Hinch. Melrene ........ I-Iolm. Doris ............,...... .....,,. Hopkins. Gloria ...............,...... Hopkins. Richard L. ...,........... Hottmann, Miriam ...,.. ........ Howard. lim .........Y... l-lowatt. Les ...,......... Hoyle. Curtis B. ....,..... ....... . Huddleston. Beatrice Hudson, David C. ....... .....,. . Hudson. Maxine ...,.. Hughes. Dorothy ..... Hull. William ,....... Hunt. Dorothy ..,.,.. Huntamer. Ioy .,.... Hurter, Carol .....,,. Hurter, Virginia .....,. lamison. Walter C. ..... ....... . Iantz. Robert ..........., Ianzen, Edward ...... Iensen. Martha .... 1, H 4075 N. Michigan Ave. ..Port1and 12, Ore. 7415 S. EI. 65th Ave. .......... Portland, Ore. 904 Ash Sl. ..,............. Cottage Grove, Ore. 1030 E. 3rd St. .....,............ Prineville, Ore. BOX 125 .,.. . ............ .......... S penard, Alaska 330 S. E. 117th ..........,,..,....... Portland, Ore, 864 East 51st Ave. ..Vancouver, B.C., Can. 618 W. Cherry St. .......... Centralia, Wash. 5226 N. Interstate .....,.......... Portland, Ore. 556 Manbrin Drive ..........,.,,.... Salem, Ore. Box 657, 910 W. Edinger..Santa Ana, Calif. 330 Crest Ave. .... Huntington Beach, Calif. P.O. Box 38 ...........,.......... Oak Grove, Ore. Rt. 4, Box 246 ...,..............,. Corvallis, Ore. 231 N. E. 8th Ave. .......... Portland 14, Ore. 7827 So. Park .......,............,. Tacoma, Wash. 8904 N. Courtenay Ave .... Portland, Ore. 1205 13th St. ........................,. Eureka, Calif. 5234 N.E. 19th ........ ....... P ortland, Ore. Rt. 5, Box 92 .....,, ............,., S alem, Ore. Route 1 ...............,,.........,,.. Rogersville, Mo. E. 2223 4th Ave. .,..,.., Spokane 31, Wash. 251 Beaver St. ........ . ......... Prineville, Ore. 4314 N. E. Alameda ............ Portland, Ore. Rt. 3, Box 125 ........,............. Hillsboro, Ore. Box 141 ..,....... ............... L oyalton, Calif. Box 35 .........................,.... Rutherford, Calif. Route 2 ..............,....... Coeur d'Alene, ldaho 3011 W. Viewrnont .............. Seattle, Wash. 4036 S. E. 112th Ave. .......... Portland, Or.e 1214 lst Ave. W. ......,. Kennewick, Wash. Rt. 9, Box 409 .....,............ Olympia, Wash. 4719 Clark Ave. 4719 Clark Ave. I Rt. 3, Box 145 ...... ...............Salem, Ore. ........Salem, Ore. .......Vancouver, Wash. BOX 449 .................. Centralia, Wash. 4546 N. E. 55th .....,.....,...... Portland, Ore. 2839 W. McLean Ave ..... Chicago 47, 111. Iohnson, Artyce .......... ........ R t. 2, Box 365 .....,................,,,. Ceres, Calif. Iohnson, Carl ..............,.......... Rt. 2 ..........,.........,..,........,..,..,, Yamhill, Ore. Iohnson. Mrs. Clarice ..,,........ 728 N. E. 95th ....,,.........,...... Portland, Ore. Iohnson, Dolores .......,..,........ 2029 Ocean Beach Hy. ..Longview, Wash. Iohnson. Vernon ........ ........ 7 28 N. E. 95th ...........,....,,,, Portland, Ore. Iudkins. Mrs. Mavis 1113 N. E. Webster ,...... ....... P ortland, Ore. Iudkins. Harold ........... ......... 1 113 N. E. Webster ,.,..,..,,,,,. Portland, Ore, K Keep. Nancy ............ ........ 1 30 N. 17th St. ,....,, ,...,,,,,,,,.., S alem, Cre, Kelley. Rltlhard ........... ........ R Oute 2 ...........,.............,,.,,., Everson, Wash, Kistler, Ieanette ...........,.......... 1521 Freedom Blvd. ...,,, Watsonville, Calif. Klassert, Gwendolyn .....,...... 2606 N. Farragut .......... Portland 19, Ore. Klusman. Lois ........................ 909 Ave. C. West ........ Bismark, N. Dak. Kroelrer. Larene .......... ........ 1 004 Hill St. ........,,.............,..,. Dallas, Ore, Kroeker. Richard ..... ........ 1 004 Hill St. .......,.. .............,. D allas, Ore. Kuhn. Kathryn A. ....... ........ P .O. Box 1 ..... ....... V ancouver, Wash. L Lager. Mary .............. .1127 W. 63rd St. ,,.......... Seattle 7, Wash, Landrus, Katherine ..,.. ....... . .Box 394 .,..........,,, .,.,,,.. B lenchard, Idaho Langford. Lucy ........ ........ 8 14 S.E. 27th ...,... ........ P ortland 15, Ore. Larson. Everett ..... ........ R t. 1, Box 722 ...,. .,...,., S t, Helens, Ore, Larson. Kenneth ...... ........ N . Second St. ..... ,..,,,..... S ilverton, Ore, Lee. Flora .......... ........ 2 219 "P" St. ..... .. ....... Sacramento, Calif. Lees. Sally ............. ..........,....................,...,,.,............. P alisades, Wash. Libby. Howard ...,, ........ R t. 1, Box 132 ....,,.... Coeur d'Alene, ldaho Ltchti. Evelyn ,...... .Rt. 1, Box 27 ....,,...,, .Paso Robles, Calif. Lidtlre. Lois .......,... Linden, Karl E. Lindquist. Walter .... Liltman. George ...... Lobb. Luzena ....... Long. Karen ...... Low. Larry ............ Ludwick, ElVon .....,. Mack. lean ............... .Rt. 6, Box 470 ...... 940 N. 34th st. "" Rt. 4, Box 6034 ......,. .7771 Anderson Rd. ........l611 S. E. Belmont .. .........5301 S. E. lenne .. .Rt. 2, Box 674 ........ 2846 S. E. 131st M ........1001 6th St. Magnusson. Paul .,...... ........ 2 5 Kellogg Park .. Manes. Milford ........ Manitsas. Iohn ...... .5629 S. E. Rhone .280 N. 23rd St. Salem, Ore. .........Seatt1e 3, Wash. ......Vancouver, Wash. ,......Porrestville, Calif. Portland, Ore. Portland, Ore. . .. .El Cajon, Calif. ...Portland, Ore. .Coeur d' Alene, lda. ...,...Port1and 22, Ore. .................Port1and, Ore. ............Sa.em, Ore. Mast, Neil ............... Mathison. Donald ..... Matthews. Mariorie Matson, Earl ............... McCauley. Mary ....... McCauley, Nathan ....... McClellan, Emma ..... McCormick. Ioan ...,.. McDowell. Charles ...... McKinney. Lee ......... McLean. Edna ........ McLennan. Ioe ....... McNeil, Keith ......... McQueen, Floyd ...... . Merriam. Lavina ....... Meyer. William ..... Milem. Iohn E. ..... . Milligan. Beverly ...... Miner, Doris .............. Minson, Dick ................ Mitchell. Diamond ....,.. Mixer. Darlene ........ .. Mohr. Gordon ....... Moore. Floyd ..... Moore. Helen .......... Morgan, Darlene ....... Morrison. Paul ....... Motley. Mary ...... Mott. Inez .,............. Murphy. Barbara ....... Myatt. Carolyn ...... Myers. Gwen ..... Neely. Elaine ..... Nelson. Ioann ..... Nelson. Ralph ........ Nichols. Roger ....... .2717 National, Apt. C ..National City, Ca1i.f .455 So. 146th .,................ Seattle 88, Wash. W. 720 Mansfield Ave ..,.. Spokane, Wash. Rt. 2, Box 140 .......... Battleground, Wash. .38 Beverly Drive .......,............ Vallejo, Calif. 38 Beverly Drive .................... Vallejo, Calif. ...........,...Neotsu, Ore. ........613 14th St. ..........................Modesto, Calif. .......Rt. 1 ..............................Spokane 82, Wash. .......,2004 S, E. Lincoln ................Port1and, Ore. ........746 E. 6th St. ....................Prineville, Ore. ....,...3l3 N. Cabot Road ..............Everett, Wash. .......l-lolt Stage Rt. ....................Kalispe1l, Mont. 9708 S. E. Ellis .................. Winlock, Wash. 2897 S. W. Rutland .132 Bloomington St. Terr. .... Portland, Ore. ......Bremerton, Wash. .Rt. 1, Box 469 .................. Centralia, Wash. 704 Polk St. ............,......... Tacoma, Wash. 2431 Cherry St. ............ Bellingham, Wash. .12242 S. E. Salmon ........Portland 16, Ore. .7681 S. W. Capitol 1-lwy...Portland 19, Ore. .6305 N. E. Simpson ............Port1and, Ore. 3015 S. B. Gladstone .......... Portland, Ore. .7802 So. Pine St. .............. Tacoma 9, Wash. .Box 60 ...................... ................Clinton, S.C. .......191 North St. .......,................Vernonia, Ore. .1121 Kearney Ave. ........ Sunnyside, Wash. .. ...... 2146 East 3rd Ave. ...............A1bany, Ore. .716 Larch St. .................. Sandpoint, ldaho .........Harlowton, Mont. .3110 Vallette St. .......... Bellingham, Wash. 6826 N, E. Emerson .............. Portland, Ore. N Box 441 ...................................... Burns, Ore. .1511 West 13th ................ Spokane, Wash. 8328 N. E. Glisan .............Port1and, Ore. .1228 S. W. Oak ...................... Oswego, Ore. Nivala, Ioann ...... ....... R t. 1, Box 591 ..... ......... W arrenton, Ore. Nute, Barbara ...... ....... 3 05 N. 5th ......... ....... B ozeman, Mont. 0 Obenchain, Dean ..... ....... 1 320 No. 24th ...... ......... B oise, Idaho Obenchain, Iohn ....... ....... 1 320 No. 24th ...... ......... B oise, ldaho Obenchain, Lois ..,,.,. ....... 1 320 No. 24th .......,.. ............. B oise, ldaho O'Brien, Carolyn ....,..... .Rt. 1, Box 466 .................... Clatskanie, Ore. Ogle. Ronald ........... ,... ............ 1 1 546 N. E. Morris ..,........... Portland, Ore. Oldenburger. Geneva ........... Oldenburger. Harry .............. Olsen. Mary Esther Ortloff. Albert ........... Ost, Lilly ................ Packer, Margaret ....... .......... Palfenier. Alvin ...... Palfenrer. Robert ........ ......... Paschall. Howard ..... ......... Paulson. Iames ...... Payne. Dolores ....................... Pearce. Charles ...................... Pearson. Mrs. Lorrene ......... Pearson. Raymond . Pearson. Virginia Pease. Pence. Pence. Vrrgrl ........... David ....... Iames ....... ........., .304 S. 9th St. ...................... Bozeman, Mont. .301 N. 5th ................ ....,...,.Bozeman, Mont. 3670 Hollywood Ave. ......,....... Salem, Ore. Box 294 .. ............ Ocean Falls, B.C., Canada P 9410 Buena Vista .............. Phoenix, Ariz. 230 So. 58th ............. ....... T acoma, Wash. 230 So. 58th ........................ Tacoma, Wash. 11749 S. E. Boise St. .......... Portland, Ore. 119 East 64th St. ..... . 6355 N. E. Lombard . 807 Minnesota Ave. 807 Minnesota Ave. 7751 21st N. W. ..... . Rt. 5 .......................... Rt. 12, Box 735 ..... Rt. 12, Box 735 ..... Rt. 12, Box 735 ........ 936 S. E. Rhone ....... Pence. Rodric ....., ......... Perry, George ........... .......... Perry, Iack ............................... Peszne Peters. Peterson Peterson. clrer. Douglas Beulah ......................... Peterson. Lylah ...,... Peterson. Sharon ..... Plumstead. Roger E. ........... . Plumstead. Mrs. Wa . Barbara ...... .......... Ernest T. ................ . nda 1314 N. E. 6th Ave. Helens, Ore. .......Tacoma 4, Wash. .............Portland, Ore. ..........Bemidji, Minn. ..........Bemidji, Minn. ............Seattle, Wash.. ........l-lillsboro, Ore. .......Fresno, Calif. .......Fresno, Calif. ..........Fresno, Calif. .............Port1and, Ore. ............Portland, Ore. Rt. 1, Box 3010 ............ Vancouver, Wash. 813 Lakeside Ave. .Coeur d'Alene, ldaho Rt. 5, Box 483 ............,......... Visalia, Calif. P.O. Box 338 ........... 2842 16th St. .......... 1265 Union St. ......... . P.O, Box 812 .... P.O. Box 812 .......... . Pool. Bettie .............................. Powell. Beverly ...........,........, Powers. William ....... ......... 1229 Washington St. ...........Scapoose, Ore. ...Richmond 10, Calif. ........Kingsburg, Calif. Ariz. ........Buckeye, Ariz. ...........Buckeye, ................Shedd, Ore. ....Burlington, Wash. 3231 S. E. 150th Ave. ........ Portland, Ore. 109 Q Quinlan, Douglas ...,,. ...... . .2816 15th No. Rasmussen, Dalton .,..... Ray, Lester A,,, ,..,,,,Y,,,,, V V ,... Reed, Maynor ..... Reel, Robert ...,, . Reid, Velma ..,...., . R , ..,.... Renton, Wash. Ralston' Bal' --"-----'---- --------- R 1- lf Box 87 ...,,....,.,.,.... McMinnville, Ore. 12331 S. E. Ramona ,4,,,,,,.,,A P01-1151-yd, Qye -RL 1. BOX 113 --....,............. Cloverdale, Gre. .2223 Wetmore .....,. .1616 S. E. 122 ,..... .Rt. 1, Box 41 ..,.,. ........Everett, Wash. ..,........,.Portland, Ore. Rochester, Wash. Rempel, Daniel .,.... .......... R t. 1, Box 319 .,,..... .......... D alias, Ore, Rice' Alice A---'-------4---' --------.--------,--..------............ ....... C a rlton, Ore, Richmond. Carroll ..... , .,rr,,,. P.O. Box 188 ,........... ....... M aupin, Ore. Richmond. Elden ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. P .O. Box 188 .,.,.,.,,,,.4.. uhlhhl, M aupin' gre' Rite, Ruth .,.......... ........., 1 352 Humboldt Ave. .....,........ Chico, Calif. Rinks. Riley ..... ..,....... 9 505 N. E. Glisan ...,,.,.,,,,,,,, Portland' Ore' Roach, Ioyce ...... . Rodman, Iack ..... 920 So. Partom St. .......... Santa Ana, Calif. Star Route, Box 664 .... Gig l-larbor, Wash. Stone, Georgia .......,. . Stonehocker, Ray ....... Strong, Mrs. Iessie ........ 329 em Ave. .... . ...,.....Kirkland, Wash. 7219 N.E. 47th ...................... Portland, Ore. Port Hueneme, Calif. Stuck. lohn ,..,.,..., . ,.... . 307 Wright St. .....,..,..,,..... Santa Ana, Calif. Sweeney, Henry ..... ....... 4 38 Leon Ave. ..,. .....,..... M odesto, Calif. T Taylor, Elmer ..... ..... . .. Rt. 1, Box 241-1 .................. Philomath, Ore. Terpening, Earl ..,..,..,..................,...,,,,,................... ........ F erndale, Wash. Terpening, Mrs. Marjorie ...................................... ........ F erndale, Wash. Tilberg, Shirley ......,.....,.....,,.. 445 N. 17th St. ..................., Corvallis, Ore. Till, Ronald . ..,.....,......,, Rt. 5, Box 421 .......... Port Orchard, Wash. Tomlinson. Derrill .. ......., 790 So. State St. ...................... Ukiah, Calif. Tonneson. Thomas ..,.. .... . H1825 S.E. 55th ................ Portland 15, Ore. Trammell, Ed ................... Wiley City Station ............ Yakima, Wash. Treadway, Edwin N. ,............ 109 W. Liddell St. ....,.,.... Charlotte, N.C. Troutner, Bonnie ........ ........ 6 60 No. 17th St. .................. San lose, Calif. Tucker, Keith ,.,,.... .,..,,., 4 33 So, 3rd .............................,..., Bend, Ore. Tuma, Russell ....... ........ 8 979 N. Woolsey Ct. .......... Portland, Ore. Turner, Barbara ....... ......, R oute 1 .....,..............,............,.... Boise, Idaho Tuttle, Kenneth ...,.,.. Tyler, Hubert ..,. ... . Van Van Van van Diest, Iohn ...... . Dyken, Betty ....... . Praag, Marian ..... Voth, Wesley . Roecker, Ron ........ , .......... 3211 N. E. 50th .................... Portland, Ore. Fogers, Ardith ....... ..,,.....r R 1. 1, BOX ,,,,,,,,4,,,,, Baftlegfgundi Wash. Rohriq, Henry ...... .. .....,.........................,............,... Troutdale, Ore. Rolfe, Catherine ....,... .......... 6 426 So. Puget Sound ...,,... Tacoma, Wash. Rosenbalm. Danny ................. 1712 Hoover Sl. ........., National City, Cam, Ross. TIEHDB .............. ......,... B OX 23 ,,..,,. ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, ,,-,.4 C 3 f ygllsl Wash' Roth, Iake ............... ...,,.... 4 646 S. E. 49th ............,....... Portland, Ore. Rucker, Clayton .,... . Box 682 ..................,..... Moses Lake, Wash. Rutschman. Alvin .,.... ,.,...... R t. 2 .,.......,,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, D aytonl 0,9- Ryall, Mavis ............ ,........, 3 302 W. 6 Ave. .... Vancouver 8, B.C., Can, Ryan, Lawrence ..... ......... R t. 2 ...........,........................ The Dalles, Ore. S Sallsiedleff BBUY --------'-- 126 E. Noble ...... ........ S loekzon, Calif. Salzsiedler. Virginia ....... ....... l 26 E. Noble ....,......,............ Stockton, Calif. 5aY101'f Delores ----'---'-',4-'------- Rt. 5. Box 247 ......,............... Yakima, Wash, SChBef91'. Winneta --------...-.-..-- 9021 N. Chicago Ave. ..,..... Portland, Ore. Scheel' Leonard -"----'----"--'---'--. .---........rr...........,...........,.,. .....,.. V a Her, Mgmt, Schmeling, Mrs. Eleanor Schmeling, Robert D. Schmidt, Bob .............. . Schultz, Jeanette ........ .......,, . Scofield, Sybil ........ ...,...... Scott, Donna Io ...... ...,..... Shippee. lohn .......,. . Shull, Charlotte ....,. , ..,.,.. , Sioblom, Shirley ..,.,.. . 221 E. Second St. 221 E. Second St, Rt. 1, Box 132 . ..,... .. ..,..,....San lacinto, Calif. ...,...,.,San lacinto, Calif. .Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Rt. 2, Box 242 .......,..,,.............. Dallas, Ore. 6525 Lincoln Ave. .......... Carmichael, Calif. Box 176 ........,..,.....,........., 1-loodsport, Wash. .,,.........,.Beaver, Ore. Rt. 3, Box 660 ........ ....... P aulsho, Wash. Box 304 , ........,...,....... ........Elcalaka, Mont. Skersies. Evan .----... .......... 1 636 E. 22nd Ave. .............,.... Eugene, Ore. 5imPS0l1- BGNY --,,--, 1 513 Kellogg Park ......... Portland, Ore, Skiles. Nita --.--.---, . Rt. 3, Box 486 . ,..,. ..... ,.......... M o desto, Calif. Skinner- Patricia ----4 -----e'--t 2 328 104th Ave. N.E. ....., Bellevue, Wash, 51810111 Helen ----------.--,.-,-.--.---. Rt. 1, Box 467 ......,..,.........,.. Corvallis, Ore. Slilliliq, lacqueline ..............-. 8501 Wildwood Ave S.W...Tacoma 9, Wn. Smith- Bafbafa FBY ---.--r Rt. 1, Box 38 .......,..,.................,... Scio, Ore. Smith. Barbara lean ....... 2112 Alki Ave. .................... Seattle, Wash. Smith Carol -------,-l-- . 1907 N.E. 70th ...... ......... P ortland, Ore. Smith. Daniel ...... .......... R t. 1, Box 408 .................,.,...... Dallas, Ore. Smith, Smith, Smith, Faenell ...., .....,.., Iacob .............,.........,.... Richie ...,.,........,... Smithwick, Mrs. Barbara 1101 Camden Place ..,.....,. Santa Ana, Calif. Rt. 1, Box 408 ........,. ............. D allas, Ore. Rt. 2, Box 160 .......... ., .......... Boring. Ore. 9845 N.E'. Irving ..,.... ..,...... P ortland, Ore. Snider' shiflei' ....... ................ 4 322 Phinney Ave. ....,. .,....., S eattle, Wash. Soderquist. Paul ..............,..... Sparks, Mrs. LaVeta ,..,.. Sparks. William ....,........,,..,.. Spillman, lames ......., . Stanbra, Dorothy ....,.. . Stephens, Lester .... ......... l 10 240 Kellogg Park ..,..,......Portland 22, Ore. Rt. 5, Box 67 ...........,...... Mt. Vernon, Wash. .Rt. 5, Box 67 ............,.,,.. Mt. Vernon, Wash. 7380 San Pasqual ,,... 17229 S.E. 128th 220 Kellogg Park Lemon Grove, Calif. St. , ......... Renton, Wash. ............Portland 22, Ore Walburn, Olive ........ 13253 S.E. Foster Rd. ...,...... Portland, Ore. 5604 S.E. 97th Ave. ...... Portland 66, Ore. V Route 1 .,................. 1389 N.E. 9th Sl. . Nest, Norma ....... .,...... ........905 So. Los Robles Rt. 3, Box 460 ............ W 209 N. Main St. ......... . .......Portland, Ore. 2645 N.E. 15th ...... .............Everson, Wash. ...Grants Pass, Ore. ..... Pasadena 5, Calif. ..........Reedley, Calif. .......Sumter, S.C. Walker, Doris ,,,....... ........ 1 2417 S.E. Sherman .............. Portland, Ore. Walker, Edward ....... . 4915 S.E. 65th .............,....,... Portland, Ore. Wallin, Delgr-eg ..,,,., .,...... 3 111 W. Spokane .............. Seattle, Wash, Wane,-bei-g, Lance ..,.., ........................................ B rush Praire, Wash. Weatherford, Ellen ..... ........ 5 431 N. Strong St. .......... Portland 3, Ore. Wellgfry, Ward ,...... .....,.. 1 215 Mangrove Ave. ....,......... Cl'llCO, Calif. Werth, Norma .,......... . Rt. 1. Box 144 .................. Cloverdale, Ore. West, William I. ...,.... ....... R t. 1, Box 208 ..................,. Beaverton, Ore. Whipps. Mrs. Betty .............. 226 SE. 76th Ave. .......... Portland 16, Ore. Whirips, Ernest Ray ..,........,. 226 S.E. 76th Ave. .......... Portland 16, Ore. Wiebe, Ronald ,,....,.,...,.., 4470 Georgia St. ........,..... San Diego. Calif. Wilder, Paul ...................,. 4924 S.E. King Rd. .... .Mi1waukie, Ore. Wildeson. Mrs. Phyllis .. 565 Harvard Ave. ............ Gladstone, Ore. Wilkinson, Alice .....,....... Wilson, Mrs. Ruth S. Wong. lune .................. . Woodcock, Iris ............ . Woodward, Nina ........ . Worthington, Iames ........ Wortley, George ......... . Wright, Donna May .............. Wright, Patricia .. . .. Young. Evelyn .... Zimmerman. David ...... ....... Zeeb. Milton ........ .... ...... 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