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TAKING ANOTHER GERMAN LESSON. DO YOU THINK THEY ARE PLAYING CROQUET? NOT TWINS BUT FRIENDS. 156
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Hluinnt William Louis Holly received the degree of B. S. and B. D. in 1902. He has won fame in literary circles as a writer, and has also been prominent in Chau- tauqua and Lyceum work. He is at present pastor of Omaha Avenue Congregat- ional Church, Norfolk, Neb. Maurice Parks Arrasmith is preaching at Adebalt, Iowa. He graduated from Taylor in 1905, receiving the degree of Ph. D. While in Taylor he was editor of University Journal, also was honored as Valedictorian of his class, and v. l§ president of the Thalonian Society. Alfred G. A. Huston, A. B. 1900, resides at Council Bluffs, Iowa. He is noted as a lecturer and public speaker. Kobert J. Chrystie is preaching in M. E. Church at Oak Bluffs, Mass. He graduated from Taylor in 1900, receiving his Ph. B. In 1901 he received the degree of A. M. and in 1902 that of Ph. D. Laura Belle Cline was graduated from the English Theological Course in 1904. She is preaching at Montmorenci, Ind. Lowell H. Coate, who completed the commercial course in 1908, is principal of Idaho Holiness School in Nampa, Idaho. Arthur Hugh Ayres, Academy 1905, is the son of our Dean. He is Assist- ant Professor of Biology in the University of California. David Shaw Duncan, Ph. B., 1900, A. B. 1901, and M. A. 1904, is Professor of History in the University of Denver. While at Taylor he won several scholar- ships and diplomas in History. Joseph Lincoln Gillard received his M. A. from Taylor in 1901; his A. B. from Syracuse, and his Ph. D. from Illinois Wesleyan. He is now located as pastor of M. E. Church, Upland, Ind. Franklin Washington Gress graduated from Taylor in 1901, receiving the degree of A. B. He is pastor at Beach, N. D., at the present time. Daisy Kline graduated from the College of Liberal Arts in 1899. She is at present Superintendent of High School, Franklin, Ind. John Andrew Lesh received his Ph. B. from Taylor in 1906, his B. D. from Drew and M. A. from University of Pennsylvania. He is now head of Depart- ment of History and Economics, State Normal School, Marysville, Missouri. Charles Wesley Sharer became a Bachelor of Philosophy in 1904. His wife, Elizabeth Hastings Sharer, also received that degree in the same year. They have been missionaries in India, but are now in America. Robert Lee Stuart is preaching at Akron, Iowa. He took his Ph. B. at Tay- lor in 1906. Frederick Chauncey Mooney was graduated from Taylor in 1896, receiving his Ph. B. In 1912 Taylor conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Divinity. He has won attention as a writer. He is located in Elizabeth, N. J., where he is preaching the gospel. Rufus Alfred Morrison— Latin Theological 1897, A. B. and A. M. at Central College, Huntington, Ind. He is pastor of M. E. Church at Elkhart, Ind., and is a warm friend of Taylor. William H. Patton took his Ph. B. in 1901. At present he is principal of Boynton High School in Maine. Thomas Bruce Bitler finished his academy work at Taylor in 1907. He is now attending Bangor Theological Seminary, and preaching in the Congregat- ional Church, Bangor, Me. William L. Burgess graduated from the Academy with the class of 1912. While in Taylor he won fame as a debater, winning several times. At present he is in school in Simpson College, Indianolo, la., and has a student charge. Walter S. Burleson received the degree of Ph. B. in 1907. He has a po- sition as Superintendent of Schools in Mines, Okla. J. Franklin Draper, B. D. 1912, is pastor of M. E. Church, Somers, Iowa. While at Taylor he was instructor in Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and New Testament History. He also had the honor of winning the oration in an inter-society con- test. Josephus DeWitt Elmendorf graduated with the Academy class of 1911. Since then he has been Assistant Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Derby, Conn. Irvine L. Evans, Academy, 1912, is in Corne ll College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa. We hear good reports of him Mr. and Mrs. True S. Haddock were both members of the 1912 class. Mr. Haddock graduated from the Academy and Mrs. Haddock finished in Vocal Music. While in school they were both very active in religious and literary circles. He won the inter-club debate, and was honored with the presidency of the Phila- lethean Society. Mrs. Haddock, at that time Miss Dollie Cripps, won first prize in the Hill-Sprague vocal contest, and was also the winner of the vocal and read- ing in the intersociety contest. They are living at Millgrove, Ind., where Mr. Haddock has a charge. William Henry Harrison was graduated in 1909 from the Greek Theological course. He is preaching at Marion, Indiana. Nelle Baxter Davis finished her Academy work in 1912. Since then she has 155
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Hlumni (Continued) been in training as a nurse at the M. E. hospital, Indianapolis, Ind., from which she graduates this spring. We are pleased to hear of her success. Howard G. Hastings received his Ph. B. in 1905, and returned to his Alma Mater for his M. A., 1914. He and his family have recently returned to resume their missionary work. Jose M. Hernandez is successfully teaching Spanish in the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He is a graduate at Taylor, having finished his Acad- emy work in 1911, and spent several years here afterwards. Mr. Hernandez is a Porto Rican. Mary A. Householder, A. B., 1912, is teaching in the High School at Bladen, Neb. Pearl, who graduated from the Academy in 1913, is attending school at Peru, Neb. Joshua Elvin Hoover took his Ph. B. at Taylor in 1907. He is now teaching in Illinois Holiness University. Guy W. Holmes graduated from Taylor Academy in 1907. In 1910 he fin- ished in Expression, and in 1913 took his A. B. He took first honors in inter- society contest as reader and orator. Mrs. Ella McClellan Holmes graduated from Academy in 1912. They are now in Texas, where Mr. Holmes is preaching. John Theron Illick took his A. B. at Taylor in 1910, his A. M. at Syracuse. He has been teaching in different schools, but at present is Professor in the State University at Morgantown, W. Va. L. Glenn Jacobs, Ph. B. 1909, is preaching at Denver, Ind. While in Taylor he won in Prohibition Oratorical Contest. Yadeda Lozar James received the degree of B. D. and A. B. in 1912. He is now preaching and lecturing. Mr. James came from Persia originally. Paul M. Jameson graduated from the college of Liberal Arts in 1812. He and his wife, Mrs. Lula Coe Jameson, who was once a professor in Taylor, are living at Otto, N. Y., where Mr. Jameson is preaching. J. Clayton Kelsey, Academy 1912, is a junior at the University of Southern California this year. He expects to go to Drew for his theological training when he finishes college. Charles William Jeqras — Academy 1909, was a successful debater and orator while at Taylor. He was winner in the inter-society debate, and also won first place in the local and state Prohibition contests. He is now studying in Depauw University, at Greencastle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. William Kidder were members of the 1913 graduating class. Mr. Kidder from the College of Liberal Arts and Mrs. Kidder from the Academy. They are living at Vivian, S. Da., where Mr. Kidder has a charge. Charles R. Archer belonged to the Academy class of 1912. He is now the U. B. preacher at Noblesville, Ind. Taylor is well represented in West China at the present time. Five young ladies have gone out from this school as missionaries to that country; Grace F. Ellison, A. B., 1911, Expression, 1912; Clara Ethel Householder, Ph. B., 1911, A. B. 1912, who was also a professor at Taylor for a year; Floy Hurlbut, A. B. 1911; Gertrude Bridgewater, A. B., 1914, and Clara Caris, A. B., 1914. We are glad to hear such favorable reports from them, and wish them much success in their noble work. L. Chester Lewis, A. B., 1912, was, while at Taylor, orator in State Peace contest, and also won the oration and essay in the inter-society contest. He was active in the I. P. A. work, having been Secretary, Vice President and President of the State I. P. A. His wife, Mrs. Emma Tanner Lewis, graduated from Taylor in 1913, receiving the degree of A. B. They live at Marion, Ohio, where Mr. Lewis is a successful pastor. Verla Giles finished her Academy work at Taylor in 1912. Last year she graduated from the Domestic Science course at McKendree College. She is at home, at present, in Wataga, 111. Myrtle L. Powers, Academy 1913, is teaching in Western Holiness College at Colorado Springs, Colo. Ernest R. Ryder is doing splendid work in the ministry at Salisbury, Vt. Mr. Ryder graduated from the College of Liberal Arts in 1912. While in Taylor he was prominent in musical circles, being winner of the first prize in the Hill- Sprague Vocal Contest, and also in the inter-society contest. Arlington Singer, Ph. B., 1907, is having much success in his ministry at War- ren, Ind. John L. Ralston and his wife, 6race Guss Ralston, graduated with the Acad- emy class of 1912. They are located at Battle Creek, la., where Mr. Ralston is preaching. Hazel Newlon, who was graduated from the School of Music in 1914, is now teaching piano in Indianapolis, Ind. Mary Yonan Nweeya, Academy 1913, is living at Minneapolis, Minn., where her husband. Rev. Paul Nweeya, is pastor of a Congregational Church. Mrs. Nweeya is a Persian, having come to this country when she was a child. 157
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