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Dedicated to our constituency-the members of the
churches of The Mennonite Brethren Conference
who are interceding for and supporting Tabor
REV. P. R. LANGE REV, J. G. WIENS
Buhler, Kansas Winkler, Manitoba
Southern District N arlbem Dixtrirt
D. I.. SCHELLENBERG
minis tra tion
Chairman of the Educational Comminu Dean of ,bg Bible Stbool
J. K. WARKENTIN REV. H. E. WIENS
Marion, Kansas Mt. Lake, Minnesota
S outbem Dixtrict Middle Dixlrirt
A E. JANZEN-President
His sincere, understanding nature and wise deci-
sions make him a personality all the students love.
He can firmly uphold the Christian principles of
our College without being stern. His life is a liv-
ing testimony of the power of God, and his earnest
efforts and prayer-life a challenge to our College
DR. H, W. LoHRENz-Vice President and Dean of
Behind his every Bible lesson, we see not only Dr.
Lohrenz teaching, but also living. His deep spirit-
uality is the basis for his wise counsel.
PRoF.VP. R. LANGE-Professor of Bible
His dynamic personality and deeply consecrated
life have left a profound impression upon us.
DR. H. F. TOEWS-Professor of Bible and Religious
A spirit-filled Bible Teacher. He is also admired
for his thought-arousing skill in any subject. His
deepest interest lies with the education of youth in
the Word of God.
HERBERT C. RICHERT-Head of Music Department,
Professor of Voice
He is ever concerned and interested in the musical
welfare of both school and community. Perfect
harmony is his goal in every walk of life.
HENRY D. XVIEBE--Professor of Bible and German
His well-prepared speeches given in a clear tone
bespeak his manner of living.
J. H. FADENREC1-1-Professor of Education and
He is new as a teacher in our College, but his
straight- forwardness and keen interest designate
him as a character of great worth. Besides teaching
the student-teachers how to teach, Prof. Fadenrecht
tal-:es active part in church and community activities.
ORLANDO HARMS-Registrar, Professor of English
and Public Speaking
Prof. Harms checks our registrations, explains de-
pendent clauses in English, and directs the would-
be Demostheneses, all in his unique, inspiring
A. R. EBEL--Professor of Art and Social Science
His wit in our daily history quizzes is what his
paints are to the canvas.
ALBERT FooTE-Professor of German and Biological
The interested adviser of the Student Council. He
is as capable a teacher in Biology and German.
PAUL K. WEIMER-Professor of Mathematics and
Physical Science, Director of Orchestra
Besides teaching us how to make H25 and to har-
ness electricity, he has taught us that a magnetic
personality cannot be measured in a mathematical
equation. His chief delight is playing "first fiddle"
and keeping the orchestra in time.
ENOLA MILLER-PIOfCSSOf of English
Her shy, reserved nature reveals her noble person-
ality in the same manner in which she reveals to us
the deep hidden meanings of the Aeneid and other
ttsw 'ft' 0 L
ELLA FRANZ-Instructor in Piano and Violin
Always in her place, Miss Franz unravels the sweet-
est grace of music with her nimble fingers. Not
only does she teach the harmony students the tech-
niques of composition, but also that true beauty of
music comes from within.
ESTHER KAUFMAN-Chief Librarian and Instructor
Our eflicient and capable library supervisor. Neat
and resourceful, Miss Kaufman has won the respect
and confidence of all who come in contact with her.
mm ,WN my
MRS. STELLA GOERTZEN-OfflCC Secretary and
Instructor in Shorthand
Because she brings in the mail, we hail her appear-
ance joyfully. She is as gracious and patient in the
business oliice as in her shorthand classes.
CLARA LOHRENZ-Instructor in Bookkeeping and
Not only has she taught us how to balance accounts,
but her personality has revealed to us the value of
a truly balanced life.
evefal l.2WS and the LQel'SOnfle
MARTHA UNRUH GOLDIE SEIBEL AND ROSELLA LEPPKE
At the Information Degk Assisting in the Registrar's Oflice
The Entire Office Force at a Glance-
Hulcla Berg, Rosella Leppke, Esther Wiebe, Elfreda
Penner, Esther Franz, Martha Unruh, Agatha Wiens,
Stella Goertzen, Goldie Seibel, Anna Friesen, Verna
Ediger, Abbie Funk, Kath. Lentzner, Anna Bartel,
ANNA R. BARTEL
Serrefary to the Prexident
p nnucz! Qibfe Gonkrence
Tabor College conducts an annual Bible Conference near the middle of the
school year. This conference is designed to furnish a brief training course for
ministers, Sunday-School teachers, and other christian workers, the meetings of
which are conducted in the forenoon and afternoon.
In the evening the meetings are of an evangelistic nature and have served to
draw many students and other friends to the acceptance of jesus Christ.
REV. J. D. HOFER
REV. GEO. B. HUEBERT
REV. J. G. WIENS
REV, WM. J. BESTVATER
The conference of 1938 was held from january 16th to the 23rd. Rev. G.
Wiens had as his theme, "Christ in the prophetic garment," in the forenoon serv-
ices, and in the afternoon he dwelt on the subject of "justification through faith in
Jesus Christ." Rev. G. B. Huebert, of Reedley, California, served with messages
of evangelistic nature in the evening.
The conference of 1939 started on the 29th of january and continued to the
5th of February. The general theme was "Preparing the Way." Rev. Wm.
Bestvater, Shafter, California, served with discourses during the day. Prof. H. D.
Wiebe led the meetings of missions discussiong the Sunday School and Vacation
Bible School discourses were under the direction of Dr. H. F. Toews. The evange-
listic messages in the evening were brought by Rev. D. Hofer.
G. D. Piuiss ........... Winkler, Manitoba, Canada
Th. B. 39. Y.M.c.A. '59. "Rightly dividing the
word of truth."
JACOB P. KLIEWER ............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Th. B. '39: Y.M.C.A. '58-'393 Mission Band '38-
'39g President '39. Has great capacities in get-
ting along with others.
1938 ana! 1939
CLARENCE FAST ................ Hillsboro, Kansas
Th. B. '39g Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Mission Band
'38-'39g Men's Glee Club '59. Christianity is a
good man's textg his life, the illustration.
SUSAN FRIESEN ................ Hillsboro, Kansas
. ertific e ' . ' le ' 5 Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Cab-
n Band '38-'39. Working for
7 t welf mankind.
ggahni CMMJQK Q4
Four years of study it X CJ h . ,
quired for the ThlB, degree: Louisa FLAISTIQBIEG. . ..... Minnesota
two years must be devoted to CCftl6C8IC in '3 Cab'
advanced courses in Bible and
Theology, one must consist of
College Courses and the fourth
is open to electives in Bible
' and College. .
The certificate course provides
for two years of Bible study,
and is open to students who
have not met the standard en-
trance requirements in secular
inet '39g Mission Band '38-'39. Her quiet ways
have won her many friends.
ANNA SUDERMAN .... Mahbubuagar via Hyderabad
Th. B. '38g Y.W.C.A. '38g Cabinet '38g Mission
Band '38. Is spreading sunshine in dark India.
FRANK BUSCHMAN ............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Mission Band '38-'393 Men's
Glee Club. Serving his fellowmen with every
inch of his tall stature.
MRS. EDNA FAST ...,........... Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38. Quiet, reserved, but ready to help.
D. E. FRIESEN .................. Corn, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, President '39, Mission Band
'38-'39, Spectator Staff '39, His executive abil-
ity, his geniality, and his sincerity have won for
him a place in the heart of the student body.
ELFREDA PENNER ................. Ingalls, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39, President' '39, Mission Band
' -' - ' ' 1 - 'f '38-'39.
38 39, Science Club 38 39, Choi
Great as a leader, this beloved lass
virtues that few can surpas .
.J SCHAFER ...... Pickardsville, North Dakota
Y.W.C.A. '39. She is the quiet kind, whose
nature never varies.
CHESTER FAST .................. Corn, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Cabinet '38-'393 Mission
Band '38-393 Editor of Bulletin '39, Choir '39.
Well-dressed, a good leader, deep thinker-yet
MARTHA UNRUH ................ Enid, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A. '38-'393 Vice-President '39, Mission
Band '38-'39, Choir '38-'39, A kind heart and
a warm smile, plus character.
Joi-IN Torsws ........... Namaka, Alberta, Canada
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Science Club '39, President
German Club '38. "A workman that needeth -
not be ashamed."
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WILLIAM NEUFELD . Lockwood, Saskatchewan, Canada
Y.M.C.A. '39g Mission Band '39g German Club
39. Will stop at nothing to attain his goal-
VERNA DICK ................. Dinuba, California
Y.W.C.A. '39. An ambitious girl, with a pleas-
WALDO WIEBE .......... Bingham Lake, Minnesota
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Cabinet '593 Blue Jay Staff
'39g Choir '58-'39, If we make religion our
business, God will make it our blessedness.
VIOLA HODEL .............. Inglewood, California
Y.W.C.A. '39g Music Clubg Ladies' Glee Club.
A cheerful little blonde, who aims to make others
happy and well.
ing personality. J
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MRS. ROY SEIBEL ................. Marion, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38g Choir
hand in hand.
'38, Song and service go
ROY SEIBEL ..................... Marion, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38g Debate '39. A willing instrument
of his Master.
RUBY REIMER ................... Corn, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A. '38-'393 Mission Band '38-'59S Cab-
inet '39. Her joy lies in serving others.
ROLAND WIENS .............. Berkeley, California
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Mission Band '38-'39g Choir
'38-'39g Men's Glee Club. A young man who will
carry on the high principles of the Mennoni es.
BLONDINE LOEWEN ,........... Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '39g Ladies' Glee Club. The flower
of meel-:ness grows on a stem of grace.
JACK ADRIAN ............,. Dolten, South Dakota
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Cabinet '39g Mission Band
'38-'399 Vice President '39g Science Club '39.
Sincerity is a trait of true and noble manhood.
TINA C. HARMS ............... Reedley, California
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Mission Band '38-'39g Girls'
Glee Club. A contented, reserved lass from
LYDIA MILLER ................ Harvard, Nebraska
Y.W.C.A. '58-'39g Cabinet '39g Mission Band
'38-'395 Science Clubg Bulletin Reporter '39g
Girls' Glee Club. She needs no eulogy-she
speaks for herself.
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FRANK N1cKE ......... Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Debate '39g Men's Glee Club.
Life is real, and I am earnest.
MRs. ALBERT SEIBEL ........ Harvey, North Dakota
Y.W.C.A. '39, A cheerful countenance reveals
a good heart.
MRS. jAcoB P. KLIEWER .,....... Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Mission Band '38-'39. Her
personality rings of extraordinary quality.
A. B. DAHL .....,................ Colby, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Mission Band '38-'39. At
peace with the world.
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gable cgtualents 0255
LENA FRIESEN ................ Fairbury, Nebraska ANNIE CLASSEN .............. Fair ry, Nebraska
Y.W.C.A. '39g Mission Band '39g Girls' Glee Y.W.C.A. '58-'39g Cabinet '39g Mission Band
Club. The noblest mind the best contentment has. '38-'39g Bulletin Reporter '39g Girls Glee Club.
A noble character has been molded through
HARVEY-WIENS .................. Ingalls, Kansas JULIUS KASPER ..... Avonlea, Saskatchewan, Canada
Y.M.C.A. Lives to learn and learns to live. Y.M.C.A. '38-'393 German Club '38-'39g Presi-
dent '39, A jolly, true and happy fellow.
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MRs, JOHN Toews ....... Namaka, Alberta, Canada ETH FRIESEN .,......... Fairbury, Nebraska
Gentleness and goodness of heart are her wealth. . .C.A. '39g Mission Band '39g Music Clubg
Girls' Glee Club. Loyalty is a cableg she weaves
a thread of it every day.
ANNA FRIESEN ............... Fairbury, Nebraska JAKE FLAMING ................ Reedley, California
Y.W.C.A. '39g Mission Band '39g Treasurer Y.M.C.A. '39g Mission Band '39. It is man's to
junior Class '39g Girls' Glee Club. Her hair is light and God's to give success.
not more sunny than het face.
ANNA STRAUSS ..........,...... Inola, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A. '39, A gentle mind by gentle deeds
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amor Goffege graduates
HENRY UNRUH ........ Winkler! Manitoba, Canada WILFRED BAERG ........... Hepburn, Saskatchewan
A.A. '38g Y.M.C.A. '38. He has the rare com- A.A. '38g Y.M.C.A. '58g German Club '38g
bination of audacity and calculation which as- President '38g Choir '38. Gray hairs and wrin-
sures success. kles, too, may come, but a happy heart is always
RACHEL WIEBE ................ Hillsboro, Kansas young'
A.A. '38g Y.W.C.A. '38g Cabinet '38g Choir HELEN JANE WILLEMS ............ Inman, Kansas
'38. A happy combination of sincerity, trust- A.A. '38g Y.W.C.A. '58g Choir '38. Has the
worthiness, and originality. power to steal us from earth on wings of song.
SELMA UNRUH ................. Durham, Kansas ALICE KROEKER ............... Madrid, Nebraska
A.A. '58g Y.W.C.A. '38. If silence is golden, A.A. '38g Y.W.C.A. '38. Laughter is the health
then I'm priceless. of the soul.
HENRY F. THOMAS. . .t ............ Premont, Texas
A.A. '38g Y.M.C.A. '38. He reaps golden
sheaves who labors in the name of truth.
MENNO W. VOTH ............ Kremlin, Oklahoma
A.A. '38g Y.M.C.A. '38g Choir '38. He has the
courage of his convictions.
ELSIE BARTEL ...............,.. Tsaohsien, China
A,A. 'Z-8g Y.W.C.A. '38g Cabinet '38g German
Club '38g Mission Band '38. Her modesty of a
type is worthy of wide imitation.
tes o 4938
RUTH R. VOTH ........ Winkler, Manitoba, Canada
A.A. '38g Y.W.C.A. '38g Choir '38. Laughter
and song best describe Ruth.
ELFREDA PENNER ................ Ingalls, Kansas
A.A. '38g Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g President '39g
Mission Band '38-39g Science Club '58-'39g
Choir '38-'39. True nobility is derived from
BERTHA EPP ..................... Buhler, Kansas
A.A. '38g Y.W.C.A. '38g Mission Band '38.
Her's is a sensibility as tender as it is refreshing.
HARVEY A. HEFFEL ........... Okeene, Oklahoma
A.A. '38g Y.M.C.A. '38. The great man is he
who does not lose his child's heart.
MARVIN G. jos'r ............... Hillsboro, Kansas
A.A. '38g Y.M.C.A. '38g Science Club '38, A
mind which can think for a commonwealth.
MARTHA Foona ................. Corn, Oklahoma
A.A. '38g Y.W.C.A. '38g Cabinet '38g Mission
Band '38. With her determination and perse-
verance she has won the laurels of valedictorian.
ORLANDO DICK ........ Mountain Lake, Minnesota
A.A. '38, Y.M.C.A. '38, German Club '38. An
ambitious, self-confident, industrious student.
ANNA RUTH JANZEN ......... Kremlin, Oklahoma
A.A. '38, Y.W.C.A. '38, Science Club '38,
Choir '38. It's nice to be natural when you're
IOSEPHINE GROENING ........... Hillsboro, Kansas
A.A. '38, Y.W.C.A, '38, Choir '38. Music is
that fundamental thing that lifts man from the
common levels of grim reality into spheres of
IESSE J. HARDER ............... Isabella, Oklahoma
A.A. '38, Y.M.C.A. '38. Constant, aspiring,
Jesse upholds the finest standards of our school.
CHARLES HERBERT BATT .......... Marion, Kansas
A.A. '58. The better he is known, the better he
LYNDA EDIGER ............... Kremlin, Oklahoma
A.A. '38, Y.W.C.A. '38, Choir '38. A born
leader, she is temperamentally gaited to do things.
ERNEST MILLER SIEMENS ....... Shafter, California
A.A. '38, Y.M.C.A. '38, Science Club '38.
Stands by his conscience, his honor, and his faith.
ANNA KATHERINE REGIER ........ Enid, Oklahoma
A.A. '38, Sceince Club '38, Choir '38, Orches-
tra '38. She has the wonderful gift of making
ommercial anal academy Qracfuates Of1938
RosA VOTH ................. Kremlin, Oklahoma
Certificate in Stenography '38, Y.W.C.A. '38-
'39. Burns her candles at' both ends, that is, she
lets her light shine.
VERNA EDIGER ................... Buhler, Kansas
Certificate in Bookkeeping '38, Y.W.C.A. '38-
'39, Spectator Staff '39, Music Club, Ladies'
Glee Club, Choir '39, An accomplished pianist
with a promising future.
LEONA CoRNELsoN ............. . .Dalhart, Texas
Academy '38, Y.W.C.A. '38, Spectator Staff
'38, Class Secretary '38. The efficient, smiling
LEONARD F. FUNK .............. Littlefield, Texas
Academy '38, Y.M.C.A. '38, Class Treasurer
'38, There is always room for a man of character.
ESTHER M. WARKENTIN ......... Hillsboro, Kansas
Academy '38, Y.W.C.A. '38-'39, Class Presi-
dent '38, Girls' Quartet '38. She is sincere,
witty, active and neat, a combination hard to
ADOLPH ENSZ .................... Inman, Kansas
Academy '38, Y.M.C.A. '38, German Club,
Boys' Glee Club. Never loud or daring but
always willing to work.
MARTHA REMPLE ................ Enid, Oklahoma
Academy, Y.W.C.A. '38, German Club, Girls'
Glee Club. A contented person is never poor.
LEONA ENNS .................... Meade, Kansas
Academy '38, Y.W.C.A. '38, Mission Band '38,
German Club '38, Girls' Glee Club. Her virtue
and grace are revealed in her face.
ERNA H. NABER ............... Bessie, Oklahoma
Academy '38g Y.W.C.A. '58g German Clubg
Girls' Glee Club. Her greatest endowment is an
uncommon share of common sense. and an un-
BERNICE J. SUDERMAN .......,.. Hillsboro, Kansas
Academy '38g Y.W.C.A. '38g German Clubg
Girls' Glee Clubg Girls' Quartet. Always happy
and full of life.
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ORLEN C. WOHLGEMUTH ........ - .Peabody, Kansas
Academy '38g Class Vice President '38, As good
as he is long and as friendly as can be.
MABE1. GLADYS WIEBE ......... Hooker, Oklahoma
Academy '38g Y.W.C.A. '38. With her demure
and gentle ways she endeared herself to our
MYRTLE H. THESSMAN ......... Hillsboro, Kansas
Academy '38g Y.W.C.A. '38g German Clubg
Girls' Glee Club. It's a friendly heart that has
101-IN A. Tolaws ......... Namaka, Alberta, Canada
Academy '38g Y.M.C.A. '38g German Club '38g
President '38. "A workman that needeth not be
NEVA L. SUDERMAN ............ Hillsboro, Kansas
Academy '38g Y.W.C.A. '38g Girls' Glee Club.
A smile is worth a million dollars and doesn'r
cost a cent.
AGATHA THIESSEN ................ Inman, Kansas
Academy '38g Y.W.C.A. '38. The lure of anes-
thetics and doctor's prescriptions called her to
serve suffering humanity.
HAROLD FAST ................ Fairview, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A.g Science Club. A still tongue makes
a wise head.
CHESTER FAUL ............. Harvey, North Dakota
HULDA BERG .................... Walton, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Reporter Freshman Class, Ladies'
Glee Club. She is "chuck" full of fine sentiment.
ROBERT GRAUMAN .i....... Harvey, North Dakota
Y.M.C.A.g Science Club, Bulletin Staff. Attends
K7 A rmmrrv church-there miohr be a rejsnnl-
Science Clubg Men's Glee Club. "Where's the
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WILMA BERGTHOLD ......... Waukomis, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A.g Music Club, Bulletin Staffg Ladies'
Glee Club. Has an air of business-like deci-
ALVIN HIEBERT ................. Enid, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A.g Science Clubg Orchestra, Men's Glee
Club, College Quartet 3 String Quintet. "Col-
lege days have pleasant memories, but give me
MARLYS JOST .................. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A., Ladies' Glee Club. The artistic-
minded brunette with a cheerful disposition.
RUBY FRIESEN ............ Weatherford, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A.g Science Club, Ladies' Glee Club.
Small, but tends to the athletic type, especially
ROSELLA LEPPKE .......... Minneapolis, Minnesota
Y.W.C.A.g Secretary Freshman Classg Mission
Band, Bulletin Staff. Her competence, jollity,
and sincerity make her an ideal registrar's
MENNO LOHRENZ .......,...... Hillsboro, Kansas
College Quartet, Choirg Men's Glee Club. The
Lauritz Melchoir of tomorrow.
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KATHRYN SCHROEDER ........... Hillsboro, ansas
Y.W.C.A.g Music Club, Science Club, Orches-
trag Ladies' Glee Club. The secret of success is
constancy of purpose.
ELIZABETH ANN Vocr .......... Hillsboro, Kansas
Ladies' Glee Club. If language is the dress of
thought, then she speaks in many tongues.
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OLIVER UNRUH ................ Hillsboro, Kansas
Science Club, Treasurer Freshman Class, Choir,
Men's Glee Club.
"Early to bed, lie as long as you can,
Eat ham and eggs and you'1l soon be a man!"
ILINDA MAE THIESSEN ......... Hampton, Nebraska
Y.W.C.A.g Music Club, Ladies' Glee Club.
Peace is rarely denied to the peaceful.
PXUL RATZLAFF ................ Corn, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A.g College Quartet, Orchestra, Choir,
Men's Glee Club. It is in learning music that
many youthful hearts learn to love.
RUTH E. EWERT ............... Hillsboro, Kansas
Science Clubg Music Club, Orchestra, Ladies'
Glee Club. Is fiddling her way to a domestic
HELEN DAVID ................. Hillsboro, Kansas
Choirg Ladies' Glee Club. As wistfully charm-
ing as the music she sings.
EVA BLOCK ................... Lushton, Nebraska
Y.W.C.A.g Bulletin Staffg Ladies' Glee Clubg
Mission Band. Is inclined toward dairyman's
ADINA ENNS ..................... Inman, Kansas
HARRY GOERTZ ................. Enid, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A. Kindness in women wins the love
Y.M.C.A.g Science Club, Music Club. Where
there's Goertz there's life.
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OTTO FAUI. ............... Harvey, North
Y.M,C.A.g Science Club, Men's Glee Club. "My
name says I'm lazy, but the Fauls have a good Class, Bulletin Staff, Men
reputation in North Dakota." haired fellow who says
knows, but always know what he O 'fab AP
EI.sIE MARIE EPP ............ Henderson, Nebraska EVA WIENS ......,............... 141,11 ,klsagszsq '
Y.W.C.A.g Bulletin Staff. "A merry heart mak- Y.W.C.A. Quiet, reserved, but ready togldp. 'it
eth n cheerful countenance." Jrolreqb X!
ABBIE FUNK .................. Hillsboro, Kansas GEORGE WIENS .................. Ingalls, Kansas
Y.W-C-A.: MU5iC Clllbi Blue JHY Sfaffi Orches- Men's Glee Club, Y.M.C.A. Wise men argue
tra, Ladies' Glee Club. Smiles, Songs, and nim- Causes, fools decide them,
ble fingers design her future as a promising one.
INEz WIENS ..................... Ingalls, Kansas LINDA CLAASSEN ............... Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Choir, Ladies' Glee Club. Is from Y.W.C.A.g Choirg Music Clubg Ladies' Cl I
the dust bowl, but her sunny hair belies it. Club. "Love lightens labor-my, xiLgJ ,
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ESTHER W Kansas IRVIN L. NICKEL .,...,......... Hillsboro, Kansas
I Science Club Ladies' Glee Apples, school teacher, chevy, diary-this fellow
Club. Education with her out- is set to go places. '
, Side activity' Doius SEIBEL .............. Harvey, North Dakota
N ESTIL SCHALE .... .Two Buttes, Colorado Y.W.C.A.g Ladies' Glee Club. "Rome wasn't
Y.M.C.A.g Men' Club. "Look what Na- built in a dayg don't worry, I'll grow up!"
ELEANOR SCHLEHUBER .......... Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Science Club, Ladies' Glee Club.
Quiet, studious, and happy with the rural school
. . . . .Inman, Kansas
Bryan of to-
as a worthy aim.
ANNA E. Vorn ..............
Y.W.C.A.g Science Clubg Ladies' Glee Club.
"If a sunny disposition lengthens life, I'll be a
HERBERT KRAUSE .............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Choir, Spectator Stalfg Men's Glee Club. Our
"high-point" athlete who plays the game of life
fair and square.
SARAH BLOCK .............. Henderson, Nebraska
Y.W.C.A.g Mission Band, Ladies' Glee Club.
Much of her is happy.
ORLEN WOHLGEMU . . . . . . . .Peabody, Kans
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Choir, Men's l . xflp is a man of his
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LEONA ENNS .................... Meade, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Mission Band, German Club, Sci-
ence Clubg Ladies' Glee Club. She has not only
a well-governed mind, but is also an acute
HILDA WIENS .................... Inman, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Ladies' Glee Club. They say charm-
ing teachers in the end are destined to organize
a school of their own!
LUELLA LOHRENZ ............,.......... Aulne, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Music Club, Bulletin Staff, Choir, Ladies'
Glee Club. Her musicianship and happy temperament
spread sunshine to those who know her.
Esrruan PEARL Wnsms ................. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Ladies' Glee Clubg Orchestrag String Quin-
tet. Where sweet music arises from the soul, there
purity like incense also doth circle upward.
ALLEN Hrzimuci-is ..................... Corn, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A.g Choirg Men's Glee Club. The workman by
his work is known.
Lonems KLEIN .............,..... , ..... Tampa, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Ladies' Glee Club. "I have not had one
melancholy hour-why should I?"
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Club' Vice President Freshman Classg S tator Y.M.C.A.g German Clubg Music Club, Men's Glee Club.
Men's Glee Club. Our ace chemist, expert . This grocery clerk sells beans and sugar with the same
yup ong, jokes and song hits, X alacrity that he attacks his Modern History lesson.
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fm., ju' XCNES Qum1NG ............... . . .Garden City, Michigan LINDA LOHRENZ ...... . ............... Hillsboro, Kansas
.J -rrY.W.C-Arg Bulletin Staff: Choirg Ladies' Glee Club. Y.W.C.A.g Secretary, Science Club, Bulletin Staff. She
' f ,"'Laughter is contagious-well, I'll start an epidemic! has a good word for everyone and passes it out in gen-
' 'fl erous helpings.
FLORENCE Hnims ....................... Meade, Kansas
Y.W.C.A.g Mission Bandg German Cilub. Like Emily
Dickenson, this ch ry lass reaches the stars an
plucks a poem! 'W rd- 44-I to '
CLIFFORD EITZEN ...................... Marion, Kansas
College View Staff. The study of mathematics gives
grasp and power to the mind, and sharpens the wit.
ERVIN A. NIKKEL ......... ..... C orn, Oklahoma
MARVIN M. FAST ............. Fairview, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Science Club '38-'39g Treas-
urer '38-'39g Spectator Staff '39. "Finished the
course and kept the faith." Passed away Novem-
ber 12, 1938.
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Y.M.C.A. '38-'399 bi '393 Mission Band
'38-'39g Science Clu ' -'39, College View
Staff '39g Debate '39. ' ick." Eminent author-
ity on Einstein a Dorm pancakes.
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VICTOR BECKER .........,... Fairview, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A. '58-'59g Science Club '38-'595 Secre-
tary '39g Editor Spectator '39. Trust Vic to
"make the goal," from basketball to any phase in
life's big game.
jol-iN FRANZ ................... Chicago, Illinois
Y.M.C.A.g Science Club '39g President '39g
Men's Glee Club '39, Music Club '39, Science
and personality make him a charming person
to know. Some day the world is going to be
startled by this modern Edison.
Club '38-'39. Where'er she treads, a wake of
happiness she leaves, for smiles and cheer she
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ARNOLD HARDER ............. Ogallala, Nebraska
Y.M.C.A. '38-V394 Science Club '38-'39g Music
Club '39g Men's Glee Club '39g German Club
'38-'39, Tabor's own Paderewski presents his
symphony in "Personality B Natural."
ARTHUR FLAMING ,............... Buhler, Kansas BENNIE REMPE1. .............. Fairbury, Nebraska
Y.M.C.A. '58-'39, Music Club '39, Science Club
'38-'39, Editor Blue jay '39, Orchestra '58-'39,
Choir '38-'39, Spectator Staff '38, Men's Glee
Club '38-'39. Hail to our editor! Who wouldn't
admire a man of such magnanimity and ambi-
tion? Yea, even a French horn fails to dispel
thoughts of labor and love.
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Club '58, Vice-President Sophomore Class '39g,
Blue Jay Staff fcollege editorj '39, Choir '38-
'39, Men's Glee Club '58-'39. A jolly, likable
chap in spite of pranks, jokes, songs, appetite,
sleep. Takes his commercial work seriously.
ESTHER HARDER .............. Ogallala, Nebraska
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39, Cabinet '39, Music Club '39,
Choir '38-'39, Ladies' Glee Club '39, Golden
hair, golden voice, an elliciency and disposition
to be envied, describe this Nebraska school-
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MANUEL Foorie? .......... fffforn Oklahoma My "thi N ............... Shafter, California
Y.M.C.A. '38-'393 Mission lzd '38-'39g Ger-
man Club '38-'39, Choir '593 Men's Glee Club
'38-'39. He'll never owe you a word or smile,
for he's "up to the mark" all the while.
CARL KROEKER ............... Colony, Oklahoma
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Science Club '38-'395 Ger-
man Club '58-'39. His life is one of few words
and many deeds.
Y.M.C.A. '38-'395 Science Club '38-'39g Debate
'39. He is not valiant that dares die, but he that
boldly bears calamity.
james YEAGLEY ................. Marion, Kansas
Jim's ability to argue has often proved an asset
to him, but we like him best for his good nature.
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HOWARD CLAASSEN ............ Hillsboro, Kansas
Associate in Artsg Y.M.C.A. '39, Science Club
'39, President '39, Music Club '393 Choir '39,
College Quartet '39, Men's Glee Club '39. His
authority on science and his talent in voice make
him one of Tabor's greatest assets.
IRENE WALL ................ McPherson, Kansas
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Teacher Training, Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Science
Club '38-'39g Vice-President Music Club '395
Bulletin Staff '38g Editor College View '39, Her
personality rings of extraordinary quality, and
her knack of writing interesting editorials.makes
her invaluable. '
ERNA HARDER ......,......... Ogallala, Nebraska
A.A.g Y.W.C.A. '38-'595 Music Club '39g Choir
'39, Ladies' Glee Club '39, The cheerful blonde
whose true work of art is but the shadow of
CLARENCE E. FAST ............., Corn, Oklahoma
Th.B.g A.A.g Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Mission Band
'38-'39, Men's Glee Club '39. A prospective
"pedagogue" who makes it his business to glorify
God even in the common round.
ELMER SCHROEDER ............. Hillsboro, Kansas
A.A.g Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, President of Sopho-
more Class '393 Science Club '38-'39. The stu-
dious, consistent chap, though not outspoken, has
GLADYS REGIER ....,............ Peabody, Kansas
Teacher Trainingg Y.W.C.A. ' '38-'39. Her
twinkling brown eyes belie her seeming quiet,
OLGA UNRUH ................. Hillsboro, Kansas
Teacher Training, Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Bulletin
Staff '39, Choir '38-'39, Ladies' Glee Club '39.
"Where's Esther H,?" Is remembered for her
readiness to help others.
RAY SCHLICHTING ..,...... Weatherford, Oklahoma
A.A.g Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Treasurer '39, Busi-
ness Manager Blue jay '39, President Freshman
Class '38g Music Club '39g Science Club '38-'39,
Choir '38-'39Q Men's Glee Club '38-'39, The
fellow who doesn't know the word "quit," seri-
ous in philosophic way until humor gets the best
of him-which it often does.
amor College Qracfuates
ANNA G. ENNS .................. Lehigh, Kansas
Teacher Trainingg Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Cabinet
'39g Science Club '38-'39g Ladies' Glee Club '39.
She possesses the rare kindness and joy of serv-
ing that are essential in the teaching profession.
ESTHER LOEWEN ............... Hillsboro, Kansas
Teacher Trainingg Y.W.C,A. '38-'39g Associate
Editor Blue -lay '59g Spectator Staff '39: Bulletin
Staff '39g German Club '38-'39. Tabor's poet
laureate whose keen taste for art have made her
invaluable to those she serves.
CHESTER H. FAST ......,.,...,.. Corn, Oklahoma
A.A.g Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Cabinet '38-'59g Mis-
sion Band '38-'39g Editor of Bulletin '39g Choir
'38-'39. Teaching is a noble occupation for a
character of sterling excellence.
ETHLYN WIEBE ................. Walton, Kansas
Teacher Trainingg Y.W.C,A. '38-'39g Ladies'
Glee Club '39. She's pretty and witty, active and
neatg a combination that's hard to beat.
. o A A RICHERT ....... Weatherford, Oklahoma
wdmwLTi g Y.W C.A. '58-'39g Secretary
X4 Sophomore Class '39g Ladies' Glee Club '39. Jo
as what it takes teyumake the goal."
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M R HY Mussss ................ Marion, Kansas
Teacher Trainingg Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g President
i Music Club '39g Choir '38-'395 Ladies' Glee
Club '39. Her cheerful heart and joyous song
makesa dreary day only half as long.
Orchestra '38-'39. The quiet-
natured 'celloist whose kindness touches in sweet
harmony the heart-strings of those who know her.
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CLIFFORD GRUNAU ............ Isabella, Oklahoma
A.A.g Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Science Club '38-'39g
Treasurer Sophomore Class '39g College Quartet
'39g Choir '38-'39g Men's Glee Club '38-'39.
Borrows of those golden morning hours and be-
stows them on his books.
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VIRGINIA Dyck ................ Hillsboro, Kansas
Teacher Training, Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Music
Club '59, Choir '38-'39g Ladies' Glee Club '39,
Let me have music living and dying and I seek
no more delight.
PETE WIENS ................... Enid, Oklahoma
Teacher Training, Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Music
Club '39, Spectator Staff '39, Bulletin Staff '39,
Choir '38, Men's Glee Club '38. Tabor's Demos-
thenes whose greatest asset is his ability to argue.
ESTHER EVA WIEBE ............. Hillsboro, Kansas -N
Teacher Training, Y.W.C.A. '39g Mission Band
'39, Music Club '39g Bulletin Staff '39g Choir -
'38, Ladies' Glee Club '39. Sings the clouds y
away and makes sunshine with her smile. 4 ,
PAULINE KLIEWER .............. Balko, Oklahoma 3 Q
Teacher Trainingg Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Sciencex I4
Club '39, Music Club '39, Ladies' Glee Club L
'39, College View Staff '39. "I'll sing my wayx,
to the panhandle with a fairview of tomorrow."
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ALVIN BULLER .............. Stockham, Nebraska
Teacher Training, Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Music
Club '39g Choir '59, College Quartet '39, Men's
Glee Club '58-'39. He who is firm and resolute
in will, moulds the world to himself.
KATHRYN MARTIN .............. Corn, Oklahoma
Teacher Training, Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Mission
Band '38-'39. She is quiet and modest, yet as
friendly as can be.
ELMER A. FLAMING ............, Paxton,
A.A.g Y.M.C.A. 'ss-'am Music Club '395 'W 5
Science Club '38-'39g College View Staff '39L 7"hJ'4'a'
Men's Glee Club '38-'39. "Coach Flaming's"U
sincere sportsmanship have won the respect , s
all who know him. JJNU
GOLDIE SEIBEL ............ Harvey, North Dakota
Teacher Training, Y.W.C.A. '38-'39: Music
Club '39, Choir '38, College View Staff '39.
Like the fair lily that needs the "winds of the
south" to refresh her enthusiasm for living.
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IRENE REGIER ..... .............. B uhler, Kansas
Teacher Training, Y.W.C.A. '39g Ladies' Glee
Club '39. The Sand Hills boast not only of good
watermelons, but of charming school teachers as
ELIAS WIEBE .................. Hillsboro, Kansas
MA Teacher Training, Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Secretary
'39, Editor Bulletin '39g College Quartet '39g
M Choir '38-'39, Men's Glee Club '38-'39, Our
any opporru ities to do good are our talents.
IRMA RICHERT ................. Cimarron, Kansas
Teacher Trainingg Y.W.C.A. '38-'39, Mission
Band '38-'39, Music Club 393 Choir '38-'39,
Ladies' Glee Club '39. Her countenance beams
with that inner radiance that makes her circle of
friends a large one.
BENNIE j. FADENRECHT ..... Munich, North Dakota
A.A.g Y.M.C.A. '38-'395 Mission Band '38-'39Q
Science Club '38-'59g Choir '58-'39, German
Club '38-'39, Men's Glee Club '38-'39, Victory
belongs to the most persevering.
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LYDIA WIENS .................... Meade, Kansu VERNA EDIGER ...........,....... Buhler, Kansas
Teacher Training, Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Mission Stenographic Courseg Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Music
Band '58-'39g Secretary '39g Science Club '399 Club '393 Spectator Staff T395 Choir '38-'59,
German Club '58-'39g Ladies' Glee Club '39. Ladies' Glee Club '39, "Hang sorrow! Care
Who loveth instruction loveth knowledge. will kill a cat and therefore let's be merry."
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VERNON Vocrr ..,............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Science Club '38-'39, Presi-
dent Senior Class '39g Boys' Glee Club. Facing
ELIZABETH WIEBE .............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C,A. '38-'393 Cabinet 393 Glee Club, Sec-
retary of Senior Class '39. The very heart of
,IANICE GOENTZEL ............. Hillsboro, Kansas ALICE MEGERT 'Tw' Bessie Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Glee Club. 'Tis the mind YWCA 38 39 Science Club Glee Club
that makes the body rich. Earnest and gay through all the day
JOSEPH PLETT ................... Lehigh, Kansas HENRY BOESE Hillsboro Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Glee Club. The stuff of a Mission Band 38 39 Glee Club Aman whose
hero in him. life is rich in unselfish service
J. W. EDIGER ............... Henderson, Nebraska
Y.M.C.A. '39, Mission Band '393 Glee Club,
German Club. Always time for a considerate
ROSELLA LOEWEN .............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39Q Glee Club '38-'393 German
Club '38-'39. No one ever displayed a sweeter
spirit than this twin.
ROSENA LOEWEN .............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39, Glee Club '38-'39g German
Club '38-'39, Her other half. To know her is
to love her.
RUBEN KLIEWER ............... Hillsboro, Kansas
Science Club. No man is happy who does not
think himself so.
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ESTHER L. WIENS ................ Meade, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39, Mission Band '38-'39, Glee
Club. Lovely in all her nature.
DAN GOERTZEN ................. Ulysses, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '39. Still and quiet but deeper than
ALBERT SEIBEL ............ Harvey, North Dakota
Y.M.C.A. '39g German Club '39, Glee Club '39.
TENA EDIGER ............... Henderson, Nebraska
Y.W.C.A. '393 Mission Band '39g Glee Club
'39g Music Club '39. Always sweet and shy is
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RUTH E. DErNEs ..................... Hillsboro, Kansas JOSEPH-SUDERMAN ..................... Enid, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A. '39g Orchestra '39g Glee Clubg Music Clubg Y-M.C.A. '591 Glee Club. "l don't tell all I know."
German Club. A cheerful girl with a winning smile.
l.n.1.1E ANN IIARMS .................. Cordell, Oklahoma I fy EDN-4 KUEWIER - - - 3 -3 -------- , ------- 5--UIYSSCS, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38-395 German Club '38-'39. Her firm de- Y.W.C.A. 391 MISSION Band. 393 MUSIC Club: German
termination will get her there, Clubg.GIee Club. Not swervmg from the path of duty.
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ALvrN SIEBERT ....................... Hillsboro, Kansas KATI-?I:YN BARKMAN ......,........,.. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '58-39: Mission Band '38-'39g Glee Club. . . Y.W.C.A. '393 German Club, Music Club. She is striv-
Kind, sympathetic, and conscientious is he. ing for a worthy goal.
DAVID ENsz ............................ Inman, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Glee Club. Be good, get good, and
PETE ENS .............,........... Garden City, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g German Club '38-'39. I always find
something to do that is worthwhile.
SARAH PETERS .................... Henderson, Nebraska
Y.W.C.A. '39g Music Club, Glee Club. She is full of
good meaning and wishes.
RUBEN WEDEL .............,.......... Corn, Oklahoma -
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Glee Club. As true as I live.
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ELMER JANTZ ........................ Hillsboro, Kansas ELIZABETH PETERS .........,........ Greensburg, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Glee Clubg President of junior Class. Y.W.C.A. '39g Glee Club. Nothing can bring you peace
I don't say much but I often know best. but yourself.
Anrnun Hzmms ........................ Meade, Kansas Eumnsru P1.E1'r ............,.......... Lehigh, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39g Missio Band '39g VicoPresident Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g German Club '38-'39. A tender word
junior Class. J t ask m I know. , is not forgotten by her.
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RUTH LOEWEN ....................... Hillsboro, Kansas L' WALDO FUNK ........................ Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '58-'39g Mission Band '38-'39g German Club.
I know not what the future has in store for me.
HAROLD DEINES .......,............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '39g Mission Band '39g Glee Clubg German
Clubg Orchestrag Music Club. He is one of moods and
Esrmsn R. BAKTEL .................... Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '59. She tackles the troubles that come her
Glee Club '58-'39g Music Club. Sometimes I study and
sometimes I only go to school.
KATHRYN LENTZNER ..........,....... Larslan, Montana
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39Q Cabinet '593 Mission Band '38-'39.
Faces the problem squarely.
RUBENA LEPPKE ....................... Marion, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '39g Glee Club. Nothing is really lost by a
life of sacrifice.
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PHOEBE WIEBE ................ Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Cabinet '393 President of
Sophomore Class '39. Her presence makes us
LUELLA KooP ................,. Enid, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A. '39, Mission Band '39g Vice-Presi-
dent Sophomore Class '39g Science Clubg Music
Clubg Blue jay Staff '39, Glee Club. Laughing
eyes, musical instruments, and songs are but only
a few highlights that make up her attractive
FRANKLIN WIEBE .............. Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.M.C.A. '38-'39, Secretary of Sophomore Class
'59, Glee Club. A man of generous disposition.
MALINDA JOST .....,........... Hillsboro, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '38-'39g Glee Club. A character worth
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BEATRICE Koop ................. Enid, Oklahoma
Y.W.C.A. '39, Science Clubg German Clubg
Music Club, Glee Club. A smile, and cheery
word for all she meets, and is known as a true
and loyal friend.
MARTHA PETERS ........... ..Greensburg, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '39g Glee Club. A laugh is worth a
AGATHA WIENS .................. Meade, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '59g Glee Club. The secret of success
is to live well, laugh often, and love much.
MARTHA WIENS .................. Meade, Kar
Y.W.C.A. '39g Glee Club. Has a great amount
of happiness and humor.
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BARBARA WIEBE ............... Hillsboro, Kansas ESTHER PLETT ......,........... Lehigh, Kansas
Y.W.C.A. '39g Glee Club. An altogether de- Y.W.C.A, '39g German Club. -She does what
lightful companion. she can and does it well.
' M M LILLIAN HIEBERT .............. Hillsboro, Kansas
ff fy Y.W,C.A. '39g Music Club 395 Glee Club. one
bpfbfjlrv DMU!! 9 can conquer if he believes he can.
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BENNIE PLETT ..... ..... L ehigh, Kansas
RUBY LEPPKE .... .... P eabody, Kansas
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Music is heard at all times of the day at Tabor College. The students are very
music-conscious. Those who are not especially gifted in the ability to produce music
are taught to appreciate and to understand good music.
There are many divisions of the music department. The orchestra aHords ample
opportunity for virtuosos to practice and perform. The chorus gives everyone that is
interested in singing a chance to develop his abilities. The college choir helps to train
the voice and ear to almost perfection in harmony.
The art classes provide for the student's self-expression in creating beautiful pic-
tures. The expression department contributes much in that the art of interpretive
speech is stressed. The forensic department aids in constructive and forceful thinking.
Cglze Qra torio ocletg
Every fall the director of the oratorio. Professor Richert, issues a call for voluntary
singers of the community to help the college chorus present the sacred oratorio, "The
Holy City," by Gaul. Many respond. Approximately two hundred persons participated
in the rendition of this expressive production on December 4, 1938. People from
neighboring states came especially to hear it.
Cqlze Qrches tra
The orchestra has made considerable progress the past year. Several new membeis
were added, especially violins, of which an orchestra never can receive too many! It
made its first public appearance in Tabor College, March 21, 1939. Ruth Edwert,
violin, Ruth Deines, violin, Alvin Hiebert, violag Professor Franz, violin, E ther P.
Wiebe, violin, Luella Lohrenz, piano, Professor Weimer, director, Wanda lhnzen,
'cellog Arthur Flaming, French horn, Alvin Buller, clarinet, Alvie Hefley, clarinet,
Harold Deines, baritone, Harvey Hefley, cornetg Abbie Funk, trombone. -Q'
Cglze College Choir 38-39
Fran! row: H. David, L. Lohrenz, E. Harder, A. Quiring, L. Claassen, O. Unruh,
E. Harder, I. Wiens. Serum! row: V. Dyck, E. Wiebe, D. Miesse, E. Penner, Prof.
Richert, I. Richert, M. Unruh, E. Warkentin, V. Ediger. Third row: C. Grunau.
E. Willems, M. Lohrenz, W. Wiebe, H. Claassen, A. Flaming, R. Wiens, P. Ratzlaff,
A. Hiebert, M. Suderman, Pete Ens. Fourth row: A. Heinrichs, O. Wohlgemuth,
H. Krause, M, Foote, C. Fast, E. Wiebe, B. Rempel, B. Fadenrecht, A. Bullet, O.
Unruh, R. Schlichting.
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The editor goes native in Oklahoma.
Pete goes "Hutterite" in S. Dakota..
Rastus jones gives the "six" a lift.
Miesse likes cats.
The pause that refreshes.
Prof. lends a hand.
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Dodge City feed.
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Hiebert up to his old tricks.
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1. Male Chorus crosses U. S. border on ferry.
2. Abe throws a "dark red one."
3. It's only ice.
4. Harold guards reception room.
5. These will also go through college.
6. Bright side of college.
Our campus sees changes.
8. Our soloist.
9. Your turn next.
Part of Tabor diary, '39,
Arbor day PWA.
Part of Senior sneak clay.
14. "Babe Ruth" Hiebert.
15. Three good pals!
16. Norse trio with us one semester.
17. Walt keeps us warm.
18. Almost a load.
19. One spring afternoon.
Arbor day soup line.
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'Nebraska one week end to ive concerts'
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The choir consists of students seletced in fall by tryouts. It is deemed a privilege
to sing in this organization. As one of the main advertising agencies of the school,
the choir makes tqxrs during the year. The choir of '39 visited the "dust bowl" and
sang in various churches in Western Kansas and Oklahoma. lt also served in numer-
ous communities near and in Hillsboro.
. Y QUARTETS OF '39
Tabor College has two college male
quartets. Each quartet gave programs dur-
ing the school year. One quartet went to
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the other quartet gave concerts in the
neighboring churches and colleges.
At the beginning of the school year a
string quintet was organized. Through
diligent work they were rewarded for
their efforts. They, together with the Col-
lege Choir, gave their first concert Febru-
ary 16, 1939, in the Tabor College audi-
Willems, Grunau. Claassen, Hiebert,
Lohrenz, Wiebe, Ratzlaff, Buller.
OUARTET OF '38
Willems, Wiens, Jost, Bullet.
THE STRING QUINTET
THE ART CLASS
Many who come to Tabor find an outlet
for appreciation of the beautiful in the art
course. Professor Ebel, our able instructor,
says, "No one can spoil a picture," there-
fore, the study of perspective and elementary
charcoal drawing is launched upon with zeal.
Pastel drawing calls for gay splashes of color
to brighten the picture. The advanced stu-
dents turn their eyes to more complicated
studies of paints, oil, pencil, crayola, pen and
ink, and lithograph.
THE SCIENCE CLUB
One of the educational clubs of Tabor is
the Science Club. It has done much to stimu-
late interest in practical science. One of its
major projects started in '38 by Professor
Weimer and Erwin Hiebert and now finished
by john Franz, is the 8-inch reflecting tele-
scocpe. This was made possible by interest
an donation by Doctor Hoeppner, of Hills-
THE GERMAN CLUB
The German Club or "Deutsch
Verein" was organized in the in-
terest of those students who de-
sire to obtain a more practical
knowledge of the German lan-
guage. The meetings, which take
place bi-weekly, consist of gen-
eral singing, themes, essays,
poems and songs in the "Mutter-
sprachef' Especially those stu-
dents who are enrolled in a
course of German find it bene-
ficial to participate.
ission Band activities
President .... Dick Gerbrandt
Vice-President . .Chester Fast
Secretary ....,... Ruth Dick
Treasurer . . .Frank Buschman
President ,...,. jake Kliewer
Vice-President . , .jack Adrian
Secretary ...... Lydia Wiens
Treasurer ..... Manuel Foote
Saturday night holds for the Mission Band members a "Spiritual
Reservoir" which opens when they gather to mutually strengthen
themselves through Christian fellowship and to awaken and
encourage Mission interests in the community. Furthermore
the band is deeply interested in doing definite Mission work in
and near the immediate territory, including the neighboring
churches, Sanitarium, and Old People's Home.
A very interesting and vital feature of the band is to extend
Summer Vacation Bible Schools into nearby and distant vicini-
ties. Teachers are usually sent out in groups of two's. The aim
of the teachers is to bring Salvation to the hearts of the youth.
Several tours have been made. Last year the Male Quattette
went to Nebraska, South Dakota, and Minnesota. Another
group went to western Kansas, and a third group went to Co1oL
rado and western Kansas. This year a group of ten went to western
Kansas and Oklahoma. A smaller group toured through eastern
CABINET FOR 1937358
. .Ed Willems
.H. F. Thomas
Gospel Extension . .Clarence Fast
Devotional ...... Waldo Wiebe
Social ..... .... D an Penner
Sponsor . .. ..... Prof. Foote
Secretary . . . . . . .
Treasurer . . . . . .
Great blessings have been experienced by the Tabor College
Y.M.C,A. during the last two years.
Answered prayers, as a result of the united prayers of the
boys, have been a great source of inspiration. Every Thursday
evening a large group of boys assembled in the Y.M.C.A. room
for prayer and testimony. Exhortation and encouragement have
been received from the talks which were given. Besides these
weekly prayer meetings a room has been secured which is dedi-
cated exclusively to secret prayer.
Opportunities for active service are presented by the extension
work which is' carried on at the Marion County jail, the Marion
County Poor Farm, the McPherson County Poor Farm, and at a
CABINET FOR 1938-'59
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church in Medora, Kansas. Street meetings have also been held
in surrounding towns. An indispensable part of the Y.M.C.A.
activities has been the work done by the visiting committee
which has visited the boys and aided them in a spiritual and
Various programs in surrounding churches and colleges have
been sponsored by the devotional department.
Each year the social department of the Y.M.C.A. supplies the
physical and social needs of boys by giving a watermelon feed,
a chili supper and perhaps ri hike.
President .......... Dan Friesen
Vice-President .... Ervin Adrian
Secretary .,........ Elias Wiebe
Treasurer ...... Ray Schlichting
Prayer ............ Chester Fast
Visiting .......... Jack Adrian
Chorister ........ Waldo Wiebe
Devotional ...... Roland Wiens
Social ..... .... E rvin Nikkel
Sponsor .... .... P rof. Foote
CABINET FOR 1938-'39
President .... Elfreda Penner
Vice-Pres. . , .Martha Unruh
Secretary ,... Linda Lohrenz
Treasurer. .Kathryn Lentzner
Sponsor. . .Mrs. A. E. janzen
Devotional. .Elisabeth Wiebe
Mission .,.... Clara Lohrenz
Social ......,. Esther Harder
Publicity .,,.. Annie Classen
Visiting ..... Louise Flaming
Library ....... Phoebe Wiebe
CABINET FOR 1937-'38
President .,.. Clara Lohrenz
Vice-Pres. ..... Anna Bartel
Secretary ..., Elfreda Pennet
Treasurer ...,., Elsie Barrel
Sponsor ..... Miss Kaufman
Visiting .... Anna Suderman
Mission ....,, Susan Friesen
Devotional . . .Martha Foote
Bible ....,... Rachel Wiebe
Social .... ,.... R uth Dick
Publicity .,,... Anna Ediger
Library , . ,,.. Annie Classen
The Young VUomen's Christian Association is one of the most active
organizations in school. The cabinet which has the management of the
work, is always engaged in planning some activity which will reach the
interests of all the girls and which will give them an opportunity to develop
a richer, deeper spiritual life.
Early in fall a get-acquainted program is sponsoredg later hikes and
picnics and a "heart-sister" week. ln spring the girls invite their best
friends-their mothers-to a Mother-Daughter Banquet." This all helps
to unite the girls in Christian comradeship.
The interests of this association reach out even to other lands. The
girls are given an opportunity to show their desire to help in the cause of
missions when the preparations for the annual mission sale are made. In
connection with this the girls serve a supper to the community. The pro-
ceeds of this sale and supper go to support a Bible woman in India, to the
upkeep of the rooms that the girls furnish in school, and to the general
treasury for missions.
Another important phase of the work is carried on by the visiting com-
mittee. This group goes out every Sunday morning to bring cheer and
comfort to the 'invalids of this community by conducting worship services
The strength of this organization, however, comes from its weekly
Thursday-night prayer meetings. The prayer committee secures speakers
and special music for these gatherings, but the major part of the time is
spent in prayer. "Prayer is the Christian's breath." Here many a troubled
girl takes new courage and goes on to victory.
When school opened in the fall of 1938, a debate class was organized for the benefit of those students interested
in forensic activities. This class, under the direction of Professor Orlando Harms, first studied the fundamentals of
debate, then began to work on the national inter-collegiate debate question, "Resolved: That the United States should
cease to use Public Funds for the purpose of stimulating business."
After some time of class debating and an exhibition debate in chapel, the members of the class were given oppor-
tunities to compete with various other colleges in practice debates as well as in tournaments. During the season Tabor
has debated with the following schools: Hutchinson junior College, McPherson College, Bethel College, Bresee Col-
lege, Hutchinson, Kansas, Kansas State College, Hays, Kansas, Nebraska Teachers' College, Chadron, Nebraska.
Although Tabor has in former years been prominent in forensic activities, the debate class is at present a new
organization, yet the progress which has been made in this respect during the present school year makes us confident
that forensics will hold one of the prominent places in Tabor College in the years to come.
THE DEBATE TEAM
FIRST ROW: Ervin Nikkel, Roy Seibel, Dan Neufeld.
SECOND ROW: Prof. Orlando Harms, Frank Nickel, John Strauss.
During the last three years oratory has again acquired a prominent place in the activities of Tabor College. In 1938,
after winning a series of preliminary contests, Pete Wiens represented Tabor College at the Intercollegiate Anti-Tobacco
Oratorical Contest held at McPherson College. His oration, "The Tobacco Evil and the Challenge to Youth," won
fifth place in the contest.
This year, under the instruction of Prof. Harms a class has been organized for those interested in oratory. After a
study of the oration and the various phases connected with its preparation and delivery, the students were required to
prepare orations for the preliminary contests which were to determine the student who would represent Tabor at the
Intercollegiate Anti-Tobacco Contest held at Bresee College, Hutchinson, Kansas. Dan E. Friesen won this honor and
tied for third place at the state contest. His oration was entitled, "America, Reckon with this Evil."
Later in the season a second local contest was held. The general topic for this contest was "World Peace." Three
prizes were offered to the winners by the school. The winners:
Pete XWiens, first prize, Dan E. Friesen, second prize, jake Flaming, third prize.
Oratory has gained a foothold in Tabor College and should be encouraged, for it is not only a valuable activity
for the school to have, but it offers unexcelled training for those who participate.
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C414 'Zg6""' ' MORNING LIFE AT THE DORMITORY i
The rising bell rings every morning at six.
Yes, its morning and lights flicker here and there in the various rooms of the
The fragrance of freshly fried pancakes creeps up the stairs from the kitchen, that
is if it's pancake day.
My! but sometimes it's hard to get up, but one can hardly stay asleep when the
shrill tones of the bell calls one to a new day's duty.
Cglze physical gcfucatlon epartment
The Physical Education Dc-
parrmenr of the College looks to
the physical side of life . Due to
the fine coaching of Harder and
Flaming, '38, and Flaming and
Friesen of '39, a fine intramural
program has been introduced by
which the boys receive fine train-
ing in sportsmanship, loyalty,
and keenness of mind.
The girls are coached by jo
Hanna Richer: and Selma Wall.
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There's a hole in the "Old Oaken Bucket
This was peaceful until-?
Found in Ed's mailbox.
Will PWA come to this?
This was Hiebe.
One of the college firewagons.
Not on faculty.
It almost happened on the reservoir.
Frat house symphony.
'38 dairy departmenr.
Estil goes feminine.
Boys have war on dandruff.
Buhler melons january 26ifresh!
Those gay nineties!
Siemens of Shafter goes native.
Julius makes hasty retreat from dorm.
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Edna Jost .................... Academy Editor 509-9' Gund on little .e
1.1 Editor X335 Placed just bo muslc'
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Edltor V0rs, Shaped Plates.
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Goldie Selbel ..............,. Fl ne 15418 Edltor vw tablecloth. Lyrics at the edge of the
William Neufeld ......., R ellglens E nmU'rSi'REm as Centerpiece, and harvs served
Esther W arlcentln ...... Y f0dl1CT50n 28 containing the and 8 little bookle,
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unit Wednesday 'sxe Scrrce Gln? 50: Peter Emu .Dem WAS? Ovigigxy aughter
had lts regular mee lng. ree ree Bl woman em yoga-ag, ' r 0.
were shown. The flrst one "C0m- L 5- Maller gelleiert vn1rde.Sle
'mmmg with me Heevenen eeele wmxx elcjeteonze mbesonders den Gedanken.
astronomy, especially the use oi the dasz def F1-lede lm Her!-en notwen-
telescope to observe the stars. it -.. nm can cmastllenes Leben 211
'showed the operatlon of the sun dlal MOZART' B Jem erzaehlte Joseph
and the lnstrument for detecting KTYS' CH0IR'MmlnlschP1l
rth u ues. NEWTI APP
ea'l'h: Ether reels, ehtmed "Pony-oi. The Mom 1- N EARSW
showed the moral, soclal, and econor conduct ' ft Boys.
f ed bv Choi C
lc costs oi alcohol. Alcohol ls VT Ofmed bef Y Dr. Geo r of Vienn C 0 llc ge . '
some eses. but at Fewton' Fefe a 1arggGrube,, peg' SZZIPSIS' life argcvlfies and
common QUABTET vtsrrs lov' alent Ofth wary 15 audience - - e 'H the tw "'1d.lY pre.
Bram revel , ese vo - The ln The T 0 Publi .
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made up oi Edward Willems, Clifford QQPCI, t h C T the student
Grullau. HowaIddCla9,s3en :nd A123 March 15, ....... Fresh-Sovh Beslaetbii liz. Hbor College
lillebert, rendere at c aoe progf M h wh'-Mother-Daughter Band X for C Student
ln Bethel College on Frlday, MMC W0 A . Ymgtam ax, Bethe S merly called Paper was
31. The boys sang a group oi beautl CHO .mq Recital PCCrar0f. the T a b 0 I
ful quartet numbers including. "Serv Monday after IR TOUR "MF
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And so they were married.
Filled with dinner and knowledge
Wirher away Nick?
Y.M. octet tour.
Clean up in Wimipeg.
Pixy the cooks!
Some of the '38 co-eds.
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1. Typical dust bowl scene.
2. "Farewell to thee."
3. Those were the times!
. Good ole potato salad.
6. "I'm sorry."
7. Junior-Senior Banquet.
8. Remember Boot Hill?
. That Listerine smile.
10. Guess who?
ll. We should worry.
THE GOLDEN RULE :
Whalsoever ye wish others should do unlo you: do ye even also unto them.
. . is 'the very foundafion of frue cooperalion.
The MARION COUNTY CO-OP CREAMERY ASSOCIATION
A True Cooperative
Sept. 5-Freshmen register and enroll-timid, bashful,
Sept. 6-Other students enroll. Acquaintance social and
handshaking contest. Goertz decides not to be a
Sept. 7-Classes beging freshmen get lost.
Sept. 14-Faculty social.
Sept. 15-Boys' Quartet invited to Old Settlers' Picnic
at Mariong Hiebie wants to enter old fiddlers' con-
Sept. 22, 23-Verna Ediger had old family bus at schoolg
girls go places, including State Fair.
Sept. 25-Tabor opening festival.
Sept. 27-Hospital Day at churchg dorm kids get dime
to eat their supper.
Oct. 6-Students get half a day off to ride merry-go-
round at county fair.
Oct. 9-Boys' Quartet at Dorranceg Stella Pankratz and
Henry Goertzen decide for better or for worse.
Oct. 11-Pictures and talk on Alaska by lecturer C.
Oct. 16-Boys' Quarter to Baptist Church ar Wichita.
Oct. 31-U. S. Navy Band at Newton. Harold Deines
wants to join the navy so the world may see him.
Nov. 12--Students are saddened and shocked by the
passing of fellow-student, Marvin Fast.
Nov. 14-Faculty tea. Rev. A. I. Harms guest speaker.
Nov. 15-Funeral of Marvin Fast at Fairview, Okla-
homa. About thirty students go on college bus to
Nov. 17-Harpist, Miss Roselli, plucks strings.
Nov. 23-Thanksgiving vacation begins.
Nov. 24-National turkey day, with turkey getting
wrong side of deal. ,
Nov. 28-Vacation ends: Ervin Nikkel still carries box
of Bicarbonate of Soda.
Dec. 1-Y.W.C.A. Mission Sale. Roland Wiens is in-
spired to begin housekeeping.
Dec. 4-Rendition of "Holy City," by Oratorio Society.
Virginia Dyck comes to school with glittering left
Dec. 8-Piano students give recital and rumors of faint
earthquakes in Europe as composers turn over in
Dec. 13-Boys declare war on King Dandrulfg wash
hair but forget to oil and comb.
Dec. 18--Annual Christmas program in auditorium.
Dec. 20--School Christmas dinner in East library.
Dec. 21-Christmas vacation begins.
Dec. 25-Santa surprised at amount of cash and candy
Tabor students want.
Dec. 31-Students await day when they may begin break-
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jan. 3-Vacation endsg students loosen belts, rub double-
chins, and start burning midnight oil.
jan. 12-Dorm girls have birthday party for "Ma"
jan. 17-Harry Goertz studies chemistry before class.
jan.19-Semester finals. Teachers want to learn much
by asking still more.
jan. 24-Second semester begins.
Jan. 29-Feb. 5-Annual Tabor College Bible Confer-
ence. Rich blessings experienced.
Feb. 7-john Franz goes to Lyons to look at "Wheaties"
telescope for Science Club.
Feb. 8-Broadstreet takes pictures for annual. Camera
does not crack!
Feb. 9-Misner Players present "Rip Van Winlcle" in
High School. Quite a cast of Tabor couples.
Feb. 10-First edition of "College View."
Feb. 13-Broadstreet brings picturesg Hollywood scouts
believed to be seen around.
Feb. 16-College Music Department presents program.
Feb. 18-Faculty socialg Prof and Mrs. L. Franz and
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Vogt present as guests.
Feb. 20-Biggest snowstorm of yearg many students are
snowbound for 2 or 5 days.
Feb. 23-Big-Little Sister revealing social.
Mar. 6-School socialg Cliff Eitzen wins free annual.
Mar. 10-Comanche Indian program. Art trades off
"Modern T" for " '39 Green De Soto."
Mar.13-Art casts his "gold in the ring." A certain
fair lass from Ebenfeld gets it-the ring.
Mar. 16-Mother-Daughter banquet.
Congratulations, Tabor College, for
your Christian achievement
J. E. SCHROEDER
"Outfitters from Lad to Dad"
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Mar. 17-Choir sings at Bethel.
Mar. 18-Mission Band group forgets speaker and come
back nine miles to get him.
Mar. 19-Choir at Gnadnau and Ebenfeld.
Mar. 20-Ray Schlichting carries nine books home "to
make impression on teachers."
Mar. 21--Spring begins. Piano recital Qno earthquake
Mar. 23-Lindsborg A Cappella Choir here.
Mar. 25-27-Boys' Quartette goes to Nebraska.
April 2-Choir at Srassburg. Oratorio, "Seven Last
Words of Christ," given in evening.
April 3-Choir leaves for dust bowl and Panhandle.
April -5-Ann gets letter mailed on choir tour.
April 9--Choir returns, reports very favorable.
April 14--Parkinson Music Ensemble here.
April 16--Choir in Marion,
April 21-Bethel College Choir here.
April 23-Choir in Buhler, Hutchinson, Lehigh.
April 30-Sangerfest in Ebenfeld.
May 7-Choir at Sangerfest in Enid.
May 15-18-Annuals arrive.
May 19-Art still reported alive.
May 21-Baccalaureate service in M. B. Church.
May 24-25-Final examinations. Ray S. entertains big
inspiration from Texhoma. Bill Neufeld leaves in
May 26-Commencement exercises. Graduates receive
long-awaited laurel wreaths. Annual Alumni Ban-
Mrs. Richert: "Oh, I'm sure Herb, jr., is going to be
an auctioneer when he grows up!"
Prof. Richert: "What makes you so sure?"
Mrs. Richert: "Well he's just put your watch under
"Chickens," says Herb K., "are the usefullest animals
there are. You can eat them before they're born and
after they're dead."
From an academy essay: "A semicolon is a' period
sitting on top of a comma. Some think that the first
time a semicolon was used was when some man did not
know whether to use a comma or a period, so he used
both of them together."
Chet to Bob: "The night before last you came home
yesterday. Last evening you came home today. If you
come home this evening tomorrow, I'm going to tell on
Flattery is 90 per cent soap-and soap is 90 per cent
Howard C.: "Well, how did you like your horseback
Ray: "I never though anything Elled with hay could
be so hard."
Harvey Hefley fin psychology classj z "How long can
a person live without brains?"
Prof. Fadenrecht: "That remains to be seen!"
Irvin Nickel fin school Art classj: "I have some
pastel paper for sale. The whole sheet cost me a quarter."
Prof. Ebel: "I'll buy half of it for live cents.
Irvin: "I'd rather sell the other half for twenty!"
Says Abe Dahl: "Our apartment is so small I have to
go outside to change my mind." K
Mrs. Foote: "Oh, Albert, Baby can walk!"
Prof. Foote: "That's line. Now she can walk the
floor at night by herself."
Miss Regier: "I think you had better board elsewhere."
Ray: "Yes, I have more than once."
Miss Regier: "Had what?"
Ray: "Better board elsewhere."
Ollie Unruh: "So you aren't going to marry that
Irvin L. Nickel: "No, I couldn't show up one night
and she wanted me to bring a written excuse signed by
A certain student was heard to remark when the bell
rang during English class, "Oh, dear! That's the second
time the alarm has wakened me today, once in bed and
once in class."
One of the lady students was present at a faculty meet-
ing to give a report of a conference she had attended.
Upon seeing her, one of the profs remarked, "Did you
join the faculty family by promotion or emotion?"
Pete Wiens fin Health Education classj: "If boiling
kills germs, that explains why eggs get so hard after
they are cooked. The germs solidify."
IN HEALTH EDUCATION CLASS:
Some students have had the wrong conception of bac-
teria until their recent study of it. Here is what they
Cliff: Bacteria are called germs in Germany.
Harvey: Bacteria are called parasites in France and
usually exist near Paris.
Polly: Bacteria are called microbes in Ireland.
Cecil: Bacteria are called organisms in U. S., especi-
ally in the northwestern states. '
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