Upland College - Echo Yearbook (Upland, CA)

 - Class of 1958

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Hoover, Abilene, Kansas ur esident The people pictured and The activities represented in This yearbook, The Echo, are real here at Upland College. An aTTempT has been made to "echo" The ioy, pleasure, and satisfaction of This school year 1957-58. But This Echo cannoT Tully convey The Thrills Thaf were experienced by Those who made The year so profitable. This annual does echo The academic growth That makes Us thirst for more knowledge, The social contacts which have been pleasanT and lasTing, The spiritual aTTainmenTs which challenge Us To new depThs and heights of Christian developmenT. To Those who have been real acTors in This story, These "Echoes" will become more cherished with age. LeT us as a college family be a perfect Echo of The love of Christ for our Tellowmen. John Z. Martin, PresidenT 7-"5 'gf-V eau of Students Apprehensive students approaching the dean's office are put at Their ease by our new dean, Mr. Wiebe. With his broad smile and forceful personality, he soon makes molehills out of mountains. His leadership qualities and his bearing command respect from all who know him. eau of ustruetieu Dean Boyer is an outstanding mem- ber of the administration and of the college. He ranks among the top in personality, spirit, and in scholar- ship, having recently completed his Ph. D. degree in speech. Dr. Boyer is ever ready and willing to help wherever he is needed, and by his cheery smile, we know we have a friend. Sponsored by f. C. Hoover, Abilene, Kansas oard ii of Millard Herr Eldon Bert Cucamonga, Calif. Upland, Calif. S Chairman if B ' Vice 1 i ' Chulrman Maynard Book Harold Musser Upland, Calif. Upland, Califl .Ziff James Alderfer J. W. Berf Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif. Compliments of J. 'l. Atwood Co., 25 N. Second Avenue, U plamd 8 tb-. rustees QU" -5. - Clarence Boyer Dayton, Ohio Price Trautwein Pasadena, Calif. Clarence Byer Upland, Calif. Not pictured: Leslie Guengerich Upland, Calif. Amos Buckwalter Upland, Calif. Vern Zook Monrovia, Calif. George Vouga Ontario, Calif. Ira Eyster Corn, Okla. Merle Brubaker Chino, Calif. w.E. Walk, Jr. Ontario, Calif. Sponsored by C. C. Hester Electrical Wiring, 2235 E. Villa, Pasadena. Phone Sy 6-3593 Walt Rieder Ontario, Calif. Norman Lawson Upland, Calif. Wilson Compton New York City Financial Consultant W Business Manager Abner Haldeman "MosT of us are Troubled wiTh The same problem. We have Too much monTh left over af The end of money." Registar Melvin Bowers :ui L "This conTlicT can easily be worked ouT! How T 7'-jg' 'L s abouT hisTory?" Director of Pablie Relations David Carlson "Upland College is locaTed 35 miles easT of The fair city of Los Angeles. You all come." Pablie Relations Representative W L'HUU:c A Richard Derby, Jr. "A welcome warm awaiTs you here." M- - -KH, Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoover, Abilene, Kansas IO Facult I l I I Owen Alderfer, A.B., B.D. Miriam Bowers, A.B. Bible and Philosophy Literature I have faughf Thee in The way of The memory of the iusf is blessed. wisdom. Melvin H, Bowers, A,B, Elias Wiebe, A.B., B.D., M.A. Educafion Chairman of Educafion We grow only by effort, The only Thing more expensive Than education is ignorance. Congratuhtions Lo the Class of 1958 from the Upland Savings XC Loan, Assn. pl 'Y William Boyer, A.B., M.S. Math, Physics For every acfion There is a reaction. 'K David L. Carlson, A.B. Speech "Friends, Romans, CounTrymen!" 12 , 1 fr' --K 1' Anna N. Brubaker A.B. M.A Modern Languages "Guten Morgen, Frau Rickel' Henry Brubaker B L I M A D D Th D Social Science Debate Variety is The spice of life W I , , - l :il 'P V ,v :.l Alma B. Cassel, A.B., M.A. 5 I . fl Chairman ot Humanities If "' The nololestmind The best content- k ' ' mem has. Ethel Climenhaga, A.B., M.A. Business Practice Don't be a carbon copy of anybody else - make your own impressions Sponsored by Save-U-More Courleous Service. Congratulations U plurul College, Faculty and Students. ' '1-Fifllll U id: l , - - f ll A I I ' , . . ., . ., . ., . . I fi - N V' Y 'i l l li T T Paul Engle, A.B., M.A. Social Sciences lf we learned much from history, there would not be so much history to study. Anna Leatherman, B.S., A.B. M.A., Ph.D. Biological Science Ontogeny recapitulates philogeny. Ira Holland, A.B., M.S., Ed.D. Sociology We build our ideals, and they in Helen Gish, B.S.L., A.B. turn build Us. Home Economics Civilized man cannot live without cooks. , yyy , yyy yyy V y , M ' fl 53, vii William Tapsfield, A.B. Music Praise Him with the sound ofthe Royce Saltzmcln, A.B., M.Mus. trumpet. Music Music hath charm to soothe the savage beast. Compliments of Haigh Bros., Serv-Ur-Self. Good gas for less. - -1, 1 -1 --.i--,WG-A "K Paul Trautwein, A.B. Physics, Physical Education He is well paid that is well satisfied. George Hostetler, A.B. ' Speech, Platform Arts Let your speech be with grace, seasoned with salt. 2? Anna Verle Miller, A.B., M.A. Humanities, Art Appreciation The course of Nature is the art of God' Clara-Belle Pyke, A.B. English, Physical Education Happiness multiplies as you divide it with others. Harold Sider, A.B. ' Science, Mathematics Vice-Principal, Academy Gordon Engle, A.B. Social Studies Principal, Academy Sponsored by Lee Wise Garage, Motor overhaul, brakes, tune-up. Cucamonga. l4 Q ecturers 1 r' f " 1 I ' ll . like William Haldeman, A.B. ' . Music 1 ,iii- ' , Q - cj,Q , A X - , as or Er. Arthur Babcock I N", ,F Voice A77 4 Charles Boofh, A.B., M.A. Reading, Educational Psychology Qin. Grover Clem, A.B., M.A. .1 Elementary Education TX -- 'lr' William PQugs+Qr,A.B.,M.A. .ff ' V ' Chemisrry '-L, -dm. .Y.., . N - 'T Howard Breeding, A.B. Laiin -3 ,Y . I, Sponsored by The Pomona First Federal Savings 30 Loan Assn., 5th Avenue and F oothill, Upland ti6 Ralph Rickel ,iff 1 Shop , 'f i .. .XX AA ,M X Arthur wood, A.B., MA., Ph.D ffi?? fi1f" ' ' ""' - ff SOCWQQY fjr ilnflf ' f NOT Pictured: John Campbell Organ Jessie Brown, A.B. Physical Eolucaiion Theory i Wendell Harmon, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. American History Marie Finney, A.B. Social Studies Congratulations, classes of '58 from Penneyfs, always first quality, Ontario Staf Anna Brubaker Dierician "WhaT's To ear?" Ralph Good Mainfenance "l Think iT can be fixed." l " " iltwl Wifg-lla ee' iam 1 its e li ir all r , . l . Florence Carlson Esrher Miller Secrefqry 10 The Regisrrqr Alumni Executive Secretary . "Mr, Bowers isrff in." "You'lI have To come back later." -7. , git: 'H Clara Eberly Nurse "Ah, you have The flu." ' James Alclerfer Doctor Kf "Say 'ah'." :FL ,. Sponsored by The Empire C0-Insurance, 387 N. 2nd Ave., U pland. MRW. Crothe, Mgr. . X A -wxrfv x,,. gf'-L' it Poul Engle Athletics Director ' "We should win this one." Owen Alderfer Religious Director "Rise, Chapel dismissed!" sul, ll-kd ll? J W? Q ., I -", .jp .gg ' , , , - ,Q I 55" +P ff ff - 4' 9 .. 2. , 4? G- 1 ' " J - l 7 'E '?','?1,,7' 'i gt" 'g -2- Q. ,ae ' i' ,A MHZ, GD' Q Q- 4. ' -r 6 tp, ' bil 9 -I 4 ' in f -i' t ,-..l ' ' 'I we ' '- -ss -rf .5 4 A ' I? Q Q ui f- mf .- 'A 4' 4 1- . f - 2 2 J 1+ cu- 4 5. ' nn .Vt Z - ,1 ' .x f. -1 l F - 'W' A-'ai i . 9 '9 D F' Vero Burkhololer Carl Eberly Deon of Women Deon of Men Quiet please, lights out." "Boys will be boys." i8 Miriam Bowers Librorion "Hove you seen this new book?" Honnoh Foote p Assistant Librorion "Quiet in the library, please." Compliments of The First National Bank of U pland. V 1 ,In ,. n fx www in , Hill. -, ff-F-rw-M 1' ---- wwf: z ummm Ill 'V s. ' """' Q MI .1 I 'gig gd X - 1 4. , 4-,. ". ', I- . Y .- . wasp H- 3': 1 .-ff , - f I A ,A il:.',..,, A M - - ig 1 5 X, P EIMREIE NI Im 'ZW N bw- Uh ' Vilrw' ' ff - - A 4, in EE. P We .:. 0 l i..,..1 gi. , N. , 1. xwm ,. , 1 . .r i I .. W Q4 1 - .- 1 A. 'Q' s. 'gin l . A, j .r pf' .1 5 -,ti ',: ml' 'fiji' '4 X nn ,A Lim, hm- 'S 55. --'Q BALDXQOTCH ELEVATICN 7806 Hr as .1. A Ta' - "' .5- 3 L 2?-X ' 11 .' ,. . 'ff V , V .. ' 4 5' 4 Fink,-4,. Q' . f' NIM g N " 3 . :J ii si 'U B0 :J id xg spd 'Q 1,005 Q4 95 "They shall run cmd nof be weclry, cmd they shall walk cmd l"lOTfGiI'1T." Sponsored by Weitzefs Yum Yum Frosty F reeze, just north of Memorial Park, U pland, 5 vw V. .A l I A '-Zl -'-- 1- sv-"'.. y A flew -.1 ..--Q,.-::'Te-?i12ii"i1eW,, Q. -Lyl- --f'-1f- Kffafa'-ffv,'v::1 " -. ..,.,, .,,.., - . -nm ' -"??0r g f . 11 "-gy ra- Q .. sf f ,-:V- k xufl' .elf H N' ' 'gi .fi H If ., , -, 1. ,Ek U 54 , f 1.2.1 W Q S'-e .' f1,. . iff FV 1. ir" I - ' +g-' Q f 'Ziyi 'V 7 L ' 'Z'.. ' 31 ' 'N 1 W '. N ' -. ' "--, , , , . . .L '1 .- ri - f . 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'- 'f':1:,,.1' 'ggi' ' 34122. , .f 5 .ipzj QF., ' f 'i.3X?'k. -. .5135 L' . -- 2.-'i-539 1- " ' ' A ' ' -xt.. , K4 ,V --1 fy., J-' :fwffft 14,1521 'if' 'iEC'?f'7f..- H254 v' 45:65-'N " 'f.',i"J he-2 T - X, 5, 55 -'fi -, 'Siena-f Nw. -4. Ii " f . fare? Hs. gy ,, Q . La, .N .254 j-. , V .1.. , 3,-15. 5 4- . -' 2, . I '-il, .fl 'R 11 9,- J . "1 AE" x X I.. L i 1 F 9 r 1. fi U3 ru S :V in UQ "u ms. Q 5 5, Q Ca P' R S Q.. mg- 2 TI' CID S' QQ l". F. K? EL h -,WA X. gpm ' 5 'f ,-if 'E ' ' llfrlg Vice-President Linda Book Freshm President Winston Villocino n T V 4 4 18 Secretary fm ,QT Gail Musser 1 Til". l xg 1 T E -'VFW V 'T - . f .J-9" EW W T " 'Hg , ul, -,- Class of 1961 SOCIAL COMMITTEE D. Vouga, G. Musser, R. Wiles Adviser Miss Miller Sponsored by W. B. Randle, Quality Cars, Ontario. Treasurer Deanna Markley 3-vig i. . ,L+ Cafhy Nissly Upland, Calif. Henry TeVelde Upland, Calif. Lonnie Unruh Upland, Calif. Tommy Sanderson Ontario, Calif. ,Q Ls.-I. I Mary Faye Fontana, Calif. Dick Vouga Ontario, Calif. Heidi Vifhen Upland, Calif. I Gerald Eckman Upland, Calif. Gail Musser Upland, Calif. Roger Wiles Alta Loma, Calif. Deanna Markley Monte Vista, Calif. Spoinsored by Stone M ortuary, Upland Joe Bare Cucamonga, Calif Linda Book Upland, Calif. Elizabeth Lightner Cucamonga, Calif. Gloria McClure Ontario, Calif. Janet Medley Pomona, Calif. if il' S A jrllxll' .7 -or Rosemarion Hartman Pomona, Calif. Ronald Goins Upland, Calif. William Lewis Upland, Calif. George TeVelde Chino, Calif. Winston Villocino Upland, Calif. Patricia Wyant Alta Loma, Calif. fs 24 Q3 Sponsored by Draper Walton Insurance Agency, 418 N. 2nd Ave., U pland. Ji Ai Judy Bowers Upland, Calif. Eileen Dexter Upland, Calif. Larry Dickinson Onfario, Calif. ophomores President Vic Koning Vice-President Ray Wingerd 9' Secreta ry Yu, + Norman Bert Y Q1 I xi x 'N maqg l al-g I ., '3Q'f-N ' Ii Rv. Vlixfh f "'l 5, ! j :AR Q , wx 4. lF3!5'A'f' SOCIAL COMMITTEE C. Burkholder, J. Book, B. Marquardt, D. Nissly Adviser Mr. Hosfetler Sponsored by Allura Dairy, U pland. Quality at minimum prices. Class of 1960 Treasurer Charles Burkholder N- 1 r We-N '!i'l"'. , Norman Bert Gene Schockley Dora Woodrow John Book Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif. Cucamonga, Calif. Upland, Calif. John Bunch Ontario, Calif. 71 Charles Burkholder Norma Lenherf Upland, Calif. Ontario, Calif. l l l xv' , Q l Fld .r"l1'6 'Kruk-M fix l , ' 1 Q. r . rx .v ' I Pete DeVries Ray Wingerd Roger Ligfenberg Chino, Calif. Upland, Calif. Ontario, Calif. 'HTH , . l .l l Barbara Marquardf Don Nissly Pomona, Calif. Upland, Calif. ongratulations Classes of '58 from. J. W. Bert, Commercial Sprayer, 3rd Ave., Upland. S Vic Koning Corona, Calif. ' he , bv T Ji John Koning Chino, Calif. 5 .skip ,.,. us Arnold Villocino .lp Y, unior .A B Presiclenf 1..w,:s:.l.f.. 1111-ef A .4 A g 1 11-Jiifmig-.. 3 9 I fx! T .N A , m1.flfha1n. in H1 fg' ' W m Xxx Q27,1,1ifiU.,1yi!gIy4jNfQQflP2 .N ix :Q :MHA W P ' u p VU 1, H 1 y I' ,H gin! I wnx X Ma 1 It W M' , 1 JMR., Wh eg' mw nvl URW' fl! LAW A ,I IU1, , ,vs .A 'P 0' 'S C7 Vice-Presidenf K' Bev Swiff Class of 1959 ul ' I A 1 A. Campus scene. SOCIAL COMMITTEE J. Sworfzendruber, J. DeVries, B. McLain ' W ag -v. 1 Af, A N ' xdK,fix9.3fI ' AJX Adviser Paul Truufwein ' s 4 Sponsored by Shepherdfs Town, Greeting Cards, John Minter, Penlna. Secy.-Tre9:us. Sharon Cox if JI T l E mgmi :ii M . " Ai L Dick Bouma Sharon Cox Larry Claeys Jerry Hoisington Ontario, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Ontario, Calif. r it -, 4 ' ff, f . --i'-P: .r' ---IT! P- A Gerald Guerra Cucamonga, Calif. 28 John DeVries Chino, Calif. 1 ti Violet Hartman Pomona, Calif. ' Bev Swift Pomona, Calif. Ray Wells Pomona, Calif. k fm Gloria Eckman Annette Price Linda Holmes Upland, Calif, Uplancl, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Sponsored by Frank Stiffler Photography, 203 West E St., Ontario. 'R Q l.. Gale Goins Upland, Calif. Phyllis Hosleiter Hope, Kansas 1 l l Bill McLain Ontario, Calif. Sue Leach Ontario, Calif. 'i Arnold Villocino Upland, Calif. Ki. Larry Piifenger Ontario, Calif. Virginia Schipper Redondo Beach, Calif. Norilyn Shockley Upland, Calif. Larry Swa rfzendruber Upland, Calif. Sponsored by Alan Couch Chevrolet, U planal. Statistics prove that more Upland College faculty members drive Chevrolets. ,vagina- Ray Goins Upland, Calif. , 1 'Hilflf ' ' if .l n x ii . ' x X .g,..',i V X . , gd Fred Koning Corona, Calif. 1 29 -1,13 .. 1 I I , I 1' "6 5 . . N w . :r W NIJ- I 5 w ' ,., . .. . .. ., o . . I . 1. E. X ' . I. .Q , ' 1 1' ' ' - - , t . .' , ' I ' F ,4 . .N 'm'9"4f ' " f ' ,, pk ., -. miie. M fs. ' ' -, 5- I.,-5,1 - 1 , S' ' ,-Hug" - , , " 4 ,' 'N LJ . A., 1 ,, .Av '-' J 'fl 55,-W. A -'. :J .- J' -5, ,, , E. -, ' - 'W'-'sv nap . 1 ,233 t rag' x g t yfwgkfln., ' ' :tg f .534 - 1 Q 1-', ' . - V., fix: fr ,,. .Y . .. - nf. ' , -,l -. 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'-V-,. .Eg ' .a. - 17' 'ie ,Q V if-W. lim., ri: K, Q J '44 .. A. i sg.. "1 Q .Wi Senior A' Presndenf Bob Dexter Vice-President r ,ig ' fr 41,5 Steve Durham 1 ' Z Q X Budget Commiffee ? V. ' in M , 4 Q - -fs ,,l .r?h', w , 711 A V r FY' . M : W X lj in 1 1 4B ' 7 ll X ' 1 a- xr wx. x, jx -- EA SOCIAL COMMITTEE Sara Brubaker, Gary Musser, Rosemary Eyer ful i 5 E We r 's, Y . X" ' ,,. Secretary Freida Bradford .aw Advisers Mr. and Mrs. Bxll Haldeman Treasurer Keith Markley ""7 Compliments of W. F. Rugg Lumber Co., 120 S. Euclid Ave., Upland. i' 1:1 Q. Marilyn Bickmore Paul Hartman Marilyn Hyland Actions and worols step from "This genius speaks only to "Beauty lives with her Through the alphabet, by which you another genius." kindness." spell her character." i G all Kwjyyi Robert Dexter Rosemary Eyer "He can always find some mis- "Talking with a friend is iust chief for his idle hands to do." like thinking aloud." - ,ff .aff -- Kenneth Cox Mary Asper Jerel Book "l have no secret To my success, "Be it ever so humble, there's "One ear heard it, and at the but harcl work." no place like home." other, out it went." Sponsored by Lehmerfs Youthful F ashions, I-3 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, Perma. l l Gary Musser "We may be as good as we please if we please to be good." Gordon Hartman "To be unemployed is to be happy-' ' . i g 1 Freida Bradford 'The first step to knowledge is to know what we don't know." l i Sara Brubaker "When we can't act as we wish, we act as we can." Keith Markley "Be not merely good but be good for something." Bill Strickland "Every man is the maker of his ' own future." l as 5, ref" Lanny Farley "Great errors seldom originate but with men of great minds." Sponsored by L. M. Frey, Abilene, Kansas. u Pat Costner but to adore." Man is not made to question, Johnny Elders Sharon Egli Herman TeVelde when We legm Wifh plegsure "Her own manner and character "Give me IOVS Gnd WOVIQ we never forget." is what becomes her." These TWO Only Stephen Durham "No man needs money as much as he wants it." Donna Jo Sanderson "What I gave, I have, What I spent, I had, What I kept, I lost." Sponsored by Mr. and Janet Williams "A faithful friend is worth more than goId." Wilbur Mellema "If tame comes only after death, I am in no hurry for it." Mrs. Titus M. Wingerd, Albuquerque, New Mexico. . Ii f . 'f ,. - s V ImlKL'I'5CW'l7mJ-rV'f0,x-Sm if Cdwmsmfnfiz ..,4 ini.-ff ""1 ' -g t:q,zYl"' N 'ff' I v "N ,T ,. 4 V9 q 1 , .., :.' H: Y . ,fish W ' Whit wnwv1,'u,,,' 1 xbxiu 9, , . 5: .J .fi yd, 4 'u I Y ff' Y ,,:m.:N willy, w I' 1., un' 'fi 1 7 A. H: x rp rf'-" n 'ag ' 4 Ev: .t A ,hi , ff' , n Q '50 'S-6 in C 36 Senate fs President With a fresh start, the academy Student Council has LGMY Farley undertaken several proiects by which to improve and fe- to carry out the duties ot Student Government. Under the leadership of our president, Lanny Farley, the council has found time for entertainments as well as for the duties which are necessary tor leading a student body. Vice President 711.1 1 Janet Williams Qui, W 1 , r . 1 , , -3 x 'X l t N ' s li l a' J E L J A' P 5 V . h if 7 I. l if l , l Secreta ry Marilyn Bickmore L l l Treasurer W fff '14 Keith Markley ' V 1 SOCIAL COMMITTEE l iii - kk N .V Steve Durham, Donna Jo Sanderson, Keith Markley N 51, 9 9 1 V ', v llll A l'- A Il i ,Q 't 'A ,ff- ' Ikwxf ll ts, A F f 'if eerie: 'ft vi. -li A 1 Compliments of Smitlfs Texaco, U pland. We give S 30 H Green Stamps. ll M. Gordon Engle A. Wilbur Mellema Sue Leach Bill Lewig Bill Strickland "fb" i : .lla -M bf SEQ:- A A i Bill McLain Cathy Nissly fommy Sanderson Don Nissly INSURANCE FOR AGES 0 to 75 - Hospitalization - Life - Accident, etc. For details call Yu 68470 - WALT RIEDER, 535 West H St., Ontario lwir s Cf' ir . , .,.. .i-.....-............1 Front Row: R. Eyer,I B. Marquardt, R. Hartman, D. Sanderson, P. Costner, V. Schipper, M. Bickmore, S. Brubaker, E. Lightner, G. McClure, N. Lenhert. Second row: J. Williams, S. Leach, N. Shockley, I F. Bradford, A. Villocino, G. Schockley, J. Medley, P. Hostetter, B. Swift, D. Geil, G. Eckman. Back row: J. Book, D. Vouga, B. McLain, R. Wells, L. Swartzendruber, L. Farley, G. Musser, K. Markley, R. Dexter, C. Burkholder, R. Wingerd, D. Nissly. Ensembl ' ll v Front row: D. Sanderson, S. Brubaker, P. Hostetter, N. Shockley, P. Costner, M. Bickmore, S. Leach, E. Lightner. Back row: J. Book, B. McLain, A. Villocino, G. Musser, L. Swartzendruber, R. Wells.. William Haldeman DIRECTOR I , all Chapel Committee y Royce Sallzman, Posey Pyke, William Haldeman, Vic Konmg. f Herald 's uartet Norman Bert, Ray Goins, Gale Goins, Ron Goins. Marilyn Blckmore, accompanist. hap l Pianists l Seated: Marilyn Bickmore, Linda Book. Standing: Barbara Marquardf. fe -'vi Academy chapel in session JT-zu .iii ,W 55 l nf Y :Nga uh, f-:v,fu "fu, , fm s ' , :- it -4- ,,, R Fix' 'WWW JL na , 3 ,B :Aw .T F' .x, J 's ,W . v N ""' ,guy .Zan vi . U v 5 1 'Q-. -Hz! zefrflirj , '-1 QQ, v L 4. Sponsored by Mitchell Plumbing Co., U pland. Plumbing contractors. YU lcon 2-1525 'J 'J hd XJ QU Qi S xg 0 'J x J 'J C3 X0 I QQ I 0 Vpryyope?T6, 0'T7fK6T6 Ev Tl? rrkrrez, dudpz'.S?o'67e, A',oaTa1oz7cr9e. rrcfura z7,ucDv Ev dydie yz1ficr0w. pzbzf ,IIYCTOIY ,u66' lj ' Mug TTPOS KOPINGIOYZ A XV I51'-l fi xajozs T017 Afzf I -fl L17 "The race s not To The swift nor The bc1'r'rIe To The sTrong." The Daily Report - largest evening circulation in San Bernardino County. 67- 23 ..- XA g reshm i' I -. -7 f ' N ' ficers Advisers Phyllis Womack, Secretary-Treasurer Gordon Kuntz, Senator John Entner, Vice-President INOT piciuredl Noi' pictured: Alben' Dubiski San Bernardino, Calif. i Allen Book Upland, Calif. Orrin Book Upland, Calif. Sponsored by H ottel's Upland F urniture, distributor of home furnishings. 300 N. Euclid. Compliments from a friend of Upland College. 1 WD- 5., r I L E 'L ,Z ?x . 'x K kg R E .E I ig xx . EV- -L -.NXQXXS 1 , Eb- f 5'??'Ei+5b.?1N"-. WZ-' 7 155.3 'Ib E! . ' -: AZ iff'-.fi , ' '-if .5 15 L N- ' ' -.,-.' il 4: " ., Lg ,f RH .kg 15' ggi fu '-. 1-lf" L ji.: V :Q Q.- - xxixx 1 . -'H - may L11 2 4 ,rr " " . 5i-1ttE""?'- .1 f J..-.i I - a , :L-.sr . ' , f .-H:-i:5j?52j?l1g. .-15' :3f5'Tf.i5."715 Riff. .- 'ral-N nw. 'fr . 'fy-1: -- x :.,':2?tv -zip, M--EL.. ', 7' Fx ' " . li .fi -" ar' . ' '-.,:':f,X 71 -aff 5 -115-M". tug: , 1 . nf 1. 11" fi-1 - - f,-v--A ,I . n V ,: ,, -5., .ff .Q , , 'VW-I. f If I aa, 3 sa , 5 ,,,x"- Y- 1 :if gg. .- .1 1, 11 - - ,Q N-...,-" . . Qi , ..' .S-,E 3 , .1 3- rig-ip ',,gi-P, -' - rg E wg.-.3 ry an .1 I ' . -4 - ',:.-asv . , . , . 1 f 1-245.3 5 ?, ,.Ef..i , A . 15 f L- 3? .2 . .1 i' - -Y,',g-i'5- . V. 'jf ..f ' Q X, ,- t.f,"..gY' ,.. H. YT: , qi I r , Q: : ,' ' f ,1 CDLLEGE . ff-1: 33 i f'Y5f79i1f?3':7 fu , xi 'L 2? 292- TfI'..Q.7Q? '-5' ' 3 2 f32i11-f',-iff' 4-V - - .r .ff 3 -,f 3 ff e A yy 5 if I 5 v- fm: , V, x 1.5 : . I Y :C ,I 5, , 2 ' ,JL ', F Q HH. f . . . Complzments of Dary' Slurt S wr.-I, p a -: ' orts shirts and slacksg 1, V ' ' l cl Ray lfi vfw f U l ml f w w Dorothy Crawford Abilene, Kansas Gordon Kuntz Abilene, Kansas Wayne North Monrovia Calif. v4 1 John Entner ,E Cucamonga, Calif. 'l Rumi Matsumoto ,5 Tokyo, Japan .l .l ll , l iz I Morgan Choate San Bernardino, Calif. l Donnabelle Jeffries Des Moines, Iowa Shirley Swartzendruber Upland, Calif. James Handley, Jr. MT. Baldy, Calif. Robert Musser Grantham, Pa. Phyllis Womack Yerington, Nevada Ronald Rook Upland, Calif. l l i l l V! ll it l A T j, ',. . y xx L ',,-b ir- it f M e if , J . . 2 - l ,Lt in ,L M-.G Ill , 'xt ' I 7" . ' 1. lfgigt Q lf ll, .,, -H ,'. - r, - i, - . . ' . mi 1' -L ',: 1 f 4 .gf 'l'-??"'h, W K , 'Zio :4...L1-L.-'A A A 'K T: 1 iv Sponsored by The Christian Light Book Store, religious supplies and stationers. Hensley ana' Hawthorn Realtors, 313 N. Second. Yu-24601 45 ,i ophomores ffwers Irene Cross, President Eldon Wingerd, Vice-President Mary Ellen Book ,Secretary Grace Paugstaf, Treasurer - Carole Engle, Senator 1 Es X TTQ, . . Advisers l or Mr. and Mrs. Royce Salfzman saga- Mary Ellen Book Irene Cross Maurice Bender Ray Buckwalter UPlGf1d, Calif- Twin Falls, Idaho Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif. This page sponsored by Zion Brethren in Christ Church, Abilene, Kansas ti- - ' - ,Z l Ea, , ,sp - Carole Engle Verna Goeddel Art Cooper -lim Engel Upland, Calif. Victorville, Calif. Upland, Calif. Wasco, Calif- V il s 2 Robert Kruse Charles Rickel Barbara Rickel Noreen Matteson Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif. Tucson, Arizona il l ll 1 l v Grace Paugsfaf Nancy Whirlow Harold Sisco Eldon Wingerd Dayton, Ohio Tucson, Arizona Owosso, Michigan Ramona, Kansas This page sponsored by Zion Brethren in Christ Church, Abilene, Kansas 47 r i ii I N unior ffice s Q Dave Suffer, President ' Dorothy Larson, Secretary L Dorcas Kline, Treasurer ,Vi Marge Paugstaf, Vice-President 1 K ' 1 sil Q J-Y,,,,3q,:,.1.,.:-.Z , .+P-'f' 'f S-fu -QL: fs' 'Yfrfiheii 1.141-'ri 'efflg ef" 'L--1:g:."1-1 , . , gy wru, - -: L-giiwylzzi 'W- - . 1-' - ,1 "Qv 57 g"FE5 fx2Erei:i.f.:-1 ,-'in 'P'lX?F'1fq..-,-mill, ,,:S,1,,,n2 '- , inn:-' V "iii-efiitr' ,, w'73'f'lef'-,-MS::i?a2fa1'f.in3Ifq-l.it54.a f i-'il fgshfifgzfte-. -V1 far! .f-L,f'F?Z.:,"w"-'J"-?,"1-'A 11 5, 'y V-,gp if-'3s,v-1L:,Jr,v x,-.M . if m:.i"12:Fa,r-".'x""2:,-'1'::-1'-rl ::x,iT,'e-HW' 63,1-Lffgku - "W-'4.1 ' 4 l 14,119 iz. ' ,.-1-Q51:-r'll ' eiiei f ,I J 44.1, . i 'A if " ill" 'W A 1' F Rf. r' l 'figs "-1 ' 5" U K .WL , , ,,1'f3'-gf .. X-,.. 41.-I: ., -. 'fab .lil T ' 'MH f 55 ' ,L i F- . 'rin 'Wx i fi -L I ,fi-1' 533111, 'WI i ' J I x i , ,,.if'I . ' 4 . 75:1 ,-gi. ,. -..,e:v5, ' FEA ui.. -- 1 -'es - fijfill? lil.. . .V Gif? fn-.'.' -' A .rj Vjgfjfiff g 1 , r-Vsflls'-'flex , N' - aiijhi . ...J-11,41 " e-',:f5:p::l - 1 wi :lil-,gg-V1,i--al 7351. L xv m David Suffer Upland, Calif. ,- il l, S' , i-. 1,1 11- " wi V U . A . J-' l l, ,. il 'v 4 H f..' 1 .4 -. K., I mrzm- x ,gay 5 1 2 WLM . . 55 i ' -' 31-'f-zfliaiw gig?-ii Advisers Mariorie Paugstat Upland, Calif. Klime's Furniture, courtesy and fine furniture are your reward at Klime's, N. Euclid, Ontario Karen Buckwalter Upland, Calif. 'alll L Shirley Chancellor Ontario, Calif. Robert Bolls Santa Maria, Calif. Mary Ann Dean Upland, Calif. Ruthann Hyland Springfield, Ohio .J Jane Howe Hanford, Calif. Dorcas Kline Monfoursville, Pa. Robert Goggin lx Fontana, Calif. Vi ' 1 Loweas Merfs Store, 117 N. Euclid, Ontario. Hart Shaffner 8: Marx Clothes. 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Educafion fi W- 3:3 ' ' ' Y, 3 4- " 'vw HS .. pei? 'M 'um ai NEETM fu in i V Q9 V! l Ralph Rickel Upland, Calif. Educafion and Minisfry Gladys Weaver MT' Joy' PG' Donald Zea Elementary Education Pomona, Conf. Physics N, lfm Z rr, l': Sponsored by Craig Oil Products, 1471 E. Arrow, Upland James Manolis Onfario, Calif. Mary Ella Wood Upland, Calif. Education I' Social Science Jacob Sfern Dorofhy Kopper Upg3nd'foI'f' Rachel McBeTh Bakersfield, Calif. UCC' 'On Elizabeihfown, Pa. Educafion Education Sponsored by Fallis' - since 1906 serving Ontario We give and redeem S Sz H Green Stamps ,.,-.-,.,-..,.i., ,L --,gsif1r?-1iTi:Eir-i- .- ,LJ ..,. D., -.7 -X T' . 3 A: idea-.N I Yfemnzisumx y 'L il Q 1 my 3 r kj ni' , il .J L- ,. . l ,Eli-'QE' ii i il 6 N .4 ll-lr John Hall Ruth Mellema Esther Miller Duck Soo Park Special Jennie Brechbill Annabel Brucker Ruth Cober Stephen Durham lacademyl Lenore Ewert Thomas Finsterback Arthur Flum Jeanne Foran Verna Glander Ronald Greeson Russell Hanson Elizabeth Hinderliter George Hostetler Vera Lucile Hurst Alice Kroeker Jack Lander Shirley Landis Grace Lehman Lois Lightner Juanita Livengood Joan Manolis Jewel Meador Birdie Meador Ray Musser Edna Neumann Elvina Olson Doris O'Neal Delmar Parks Ella Mary Payne Loretta Shephard Mildred Sinnott James Stoneman Ethel Williams Patricia Willits S ponsorecl by Rev. and M rs. Paul W. McBeth, Elizabethtown, Penn Senior mories 1 5 , u mm uma .5 . - I r lg i, X :ei 3 w ,, ,J f 5" ww 1: W 1 Y A se: :ef sn JM, M ,, .x. ,fi as 5 gig A 1, V gzzigfw . " W 5 EY ' Student President Louis Cober Vice Preside Gladys Weaver SenaTe is The governing body of The college and is composed of represenTaTives from each college class, Echo sTaTf, SpoTlighT sTafT and CWB. Regular meefings are held each Wednesday when The problems and policies of our College are discussed, SenaTe is always willing To hear problems from The sTudenT body and each problem is given careful consideraTion in The meeTings. 'SFT Karen BuckwalTer Seeretary , Harold Engle Treasurer Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dexter, Upland 60 Government M. Deon, G. Kunfz, E. Wingerd, G. Weaver, E. Wiebe, L. Cober, K. Buckwolter, H. Engle, D. Jeffries, R. Surprise, C. Engle. UFLHNU S HTHDEMY Mlllll .WEE MHTTER 'FMU an lmifgifg 'Skiing ,X Soeial Committee Lois Minter, Gladys Weaver, Jim Engel WANTED: YOUTH, with. no mind but His, no will but His, no might but His, to build the superstructure of ETERNITY with the Souls of Meri. Pastor Dourte . Wmgerd, R. Hyland Pianists wen Alderfer, Robert Kruse Upland Brethren Dealing in Des ' 62 Ileveti Chapel Committee R. McBeTh, R. Greeson, L. Minter Christian Life Committee al im Our BIBLE CONFERENCE this year was a time of praise, prayer and fellow- ship. Af the left is Dr. Paul Reese, speaker for the Conference, with Owen Alderfer and John Martin. Roy Sider from Canada was our Fall evangelist for our chapel meetings. if in, Christ Church - Seeking and Serving 63 Front row: R. Matsumoto, P. Womack, M. Book, L. Minter, M. Pougstot, C. Engle, P, Nissly, N. Whitlow, R. Mellemo. Bock row: G. Pougsfot, D. Larson, E. Wingerd, N. Matteson, R. Musser, R. Kruse, P. Troutwein, R. McBefh, E. Wingerd, R. Musser. Motet DIRECTOR R. Sczltzmon ACCOMPANIST Lois Mmter Sponsored by Bumstead Sporting Goods Store, B Street, Ontario usical roup 0 Trumpet Trw Jim Engel, Darrell Parks, Lanny Farley en of rass Robert Kruse, Jim Engel, Darrell Parks, Lanny Farley Ladies' uartet Seated: Frances Swartzendruber. Standing: Edna Wingerd, Rachel McBeth, Carole Engle. K p alta C7 Back row: Verna Goecldel, George Schipper, Henry Brubaker, Gladys Weaver. Front row: David Carlson, Shirley Niesley, Grace Paugstaf, Ernest Boyer. Dr. "B" ouch Pi Kappa DelTa is The only naTional fraTerniTy on our carn- pus. The debaTe Teams are The mosf acfive in This organizarion and parTicipaTe in Tournamenrs wiTh oTher colleges Throughoui The year. The TournamenTs include debafe, orafory, discussion, inTerpreTive reading, and exTernporaneous speaking. ei-3 .tml ,I .fs X K .M N. V1 xx N Q K, Li, 1, .- 544 -54. r , 1' "-'. If , w -1-155, ' , 1 . iff ,. hifi 'V A 7404, ,- ,WF-Mr" ,QQ-ff-W-QM-1-, 69 yi. . H....' ho 'S ho Scholastic achievement, extra-curricular ac- tivities, school loyalty, potential for success, and Christian character were the criteria by which Louis Cober was elected to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Louie has held several class offices which this year culminated in the job ot Student Body President. Louie is not only a leader in student government, but is a star in athletics as well. Hats oft to Louis for his many achievements and for his outstanding Christian character! sr S ..t "NYE ii? irwl ...- X, SN 'Q fp? : EQEQQEQ ' ' ' , . ' Y' . A i 1 , x 1 ,..A.sli Z .11 , ,Q f' 'in W' . .42 'RN 1 Jlzhlnlft 1- -Arif! 7 ne nf" sg 0 x, Ng X Na ug S Q5 1 Z 11000593 Q 'IQQQ 5 dad roiiro civafld,8e T0 rnv 7rava 77111611 T017 66012 . . . arrire ouv mpnzwcamemon TFIN CSCQJYN may GN Amnesia, mi emzqcamemou 'rbrx ecbpam ITITIC AIKAIOCYNHC, Kaz Jrrodryo-ayfevoz Toic Home em e'ronMacm To? ehrrexioy 'ri-'ac eipHNHc, ev 7f50'lV dvaaapdvres Zov c9u,oe6v TES 7fl2TT6wS, Ev cfuwfo'eG9e , , , ,,,,,,s E.,,Em,, V 4, A "They which run in cr rczce run crIl,, buf one receive prize. So run Then' ye may obfoinf' Serving Upland College Facul y and If Th Th Sponsored by Gravels Automotive Supply L S udents ,ww ,.-fq .1-1' XM K 1 .Q yr. ' 'Q x '- 'f. . --xg-' KR 'Ni .,-, N- vRM1...2AX , X , LLL 1 S CH00 1 n e - 35' if , fir' 2.-Qiafpf. f, ' "NP 'fi , " ,- Q f , . f .- - . -i. 'JA - Q 31 Cleasonfs Barber 1 ' 't' .Q-e m-'I,g1f Upland Feed and ' -Y V uf h U- V 'fm - ini! ie! -+9 f re ms" S ff! ' 1. H. L. Rowe Chevron, Upland Upland News l'i"i am s Views ,ff CHAPEL .ax fx ,-.g....f---'H ' 1 U BUILDING L........ SIERRA VISTA GYMNASI UM Dining Hall Noon Prayers Sp sored by Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Derby, I Dorm Devotions Spart Inn 75 N 'll 1 Phofographer Ray Buckwalter Associafe Editor Freida Bradford Business Manager Bob Surprise Sporis Editor Lanny Farley ' a ,,,, :, -W' Echo Sta Adviser Richard Derby, Jr. Nights of work cmd days of anxiefy were noi uncommon as The Echo deadlines rolled around with alarming rapidify. Books were laid aside lfemporarilyl as The staff busied itself with picfures and copy. BUT as The deadlines were mei, each person could feel The satisfaction of a iob well done. -EA i t Bob Surprise Rumi Matsumoto Co-editors . . . S taff . .... Donnabelle Jeffries Phyllis Womack Sports editor .... ........ B olo Surprise Art editor .... Feature eclitor .... Editorial .... Reporters . . . . . .... Rumi Matsumoto .. . .George Schipper .. .... Gladys Weaver . . . . . .Lois Minter Linola Holmes Qi, Donnabelle Jeffries Spotlight Sta f After one printed edition of the Spotlight, it was decided by Senate to mimeograph future editions of the paper. During the second semester, the staff endeavored to publish the Spotlight every two weeks and keep the students posted on the activities and events of the college. editors pm Phyllis Womack Phyllis Womack ,"' Donnabelle Jeffries 'ig avg: ., ,. s.- , I sv in George Schipper Gladys Weaver Linda Holmes Lois Minter Christian orkergs Band ffieers Charles Rickel, Vice-PresidenT Nancy Whitlow, Secretary Maurice Bender, President To learn how To wiTness for ChrisT, To carry The message of The cross To oThers, To develop spiritually by working TogeTher - These are The aims of ChrisTian Worker's Band, known simply as CWB. The members are divided inTo various'gospel Teams which give programs in such places as The ciTy mission, an old people's home, jail, a deTenTion home for boys, and in several nearby churches. apta ins Donnabelle Jeffries, Dorcas Kline, Ralph Rickel Verna Goedclel, Charles Rickel. Xb,,,ffn 5 I il V Sponsored by Pasadena Brethren in Christ Church, - Vernon Weaver, Pastor 3.35 C I A I L on - "--...ff-.....,,, Ralph Rickel, Nancy Whitlow, Virginia Schipper, Noreen Marfeson, Jim Handley, Irene Cross, Allen Book, Phyllis Womack. TEAM l Harold Sisco, Cathy Nissly, Deanna Markley. Dorothy Kopper, Sue Leach, Arnold Villocino, Beverly Swift, Q. ,, TEAM ll lm- 82 TEAM lll Rickel. Sponsored by Temple Bapist Church of Ontario - Dr. George Vouga, Pastor Linda Holmes, Johnny Book, Norman Bert, Wayne North, Dorothy Crawford, Charles Rickel, Norma Lenherf, Barbara TEAM IV Bob Surprise, Marge Paugstat, Don Nissly, Mary Ellen Book, Ray Wingerd, Jim Engel. TEAM VI Seated: Rumi Matsumoto, Donnabelle Jeffries, Phyllis Hostetter, Standing: Robert Kruse, Grace Pczugstat. TEAM V John Entner, Art Cooper, Lois Minter, Dorcas Kline, Norilyn Shockley, Ruthann Hyland, Marilyn Hyland, Orrin Book, Bob Musser. Q .41 The Echo Staff of 1923 congratulates the Echo Staff of 1958, Samuel F. Minter, Abilene, Kansas Highlights Student-Faculty Reception ll Work Project S g and growing with Upland College, D y F ms, 1661 W. Arrow Hwy. Yu-24649 Upl d T l T Christmas l rogram The annual Chrisfmas program given ioinTly by The Academy and College Choirs was held in The College Chapel on Dec. TO. The special TeaTure for The evening was a round Table of Chrisfmas carols sung by The MoTeT Choir. A week laTer, The all school ChrisTmas ban- queT was given. The speaker was Dr. Schuler of SanTa Ana. 1,1 4 -.' -3 -'ff - V 4---'S ef T.. College Mote? Round Table of Carols A solo by Noreen Maffeson hristmas Banquet Compliments of Scotfs Jewelers, 261 N. Second Avenue, Upland omecoming WX Waxes gl, Irene Cross, Rumi Matsumoto, Marilyn Bickmore Hostesses Sponsored by Mitchell Plumbing Co., Upland. Plumbing, Heating, Appliances, Air Conditioning. An old-fashioned room by Noreen and Nancy FirsT prize wiI'1Nel'S, The Theme for Homecoming This year was "Echoes of Autumn." Dorm rooms were cleverly decoraTed espe- cially for The occasion with prizes given for The besf decorafed. AcTiviTies began wiTh a family banquef on SaTurday evening. An Alumni-CommuniTy Rally followed by a Tea and Open House on Sunday consTiTuTed The remainder of The Homecoming AcTiviTies. Dot and Lois Dr. Compton, Speaker Alumni QuarTeT Tom Son Cleaners, 181 N. Second Avenue, Upland. We operate our own plant. S 31 H Green Stamps. U x0 Xa xg x0 'U 0 N 0 ' Oo cf S , 0 0 ' S I 0 Q oz7,y oirws 60-7211 cv wiv' JM' 65 div 6'6Afy 62V 124125 e?vaz 77106370 gb:-TU! Qgzcby doz7flosl c5crrrep 6 Auibs Z'0lf dV5,0lJ77'0lf 004' :M 49611 QUKOVQ- Hfyvaz AaMa CQGKOVIZOUI fra? cfowfaz ffyv yulfju 45117-017 Azizoov dun 7Z'0ftACdV, W. m6eA.o,.AM,-28 ,TO 66.761305 rjys 7rapayf6f!fas 6:O'7'ZV ayairfy EK m6'a,oa5 lfd,0Cf!d5 frm awfez cffyozws d,yaf9f75 -- - A N "I Therefore so run, noT os uncerfcuinlyg so fight I, not cs one Then' be-olTeTh The air . I 'x ,X , .4 v '71 w 5- . ' W. 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Western Auto Dealer Store, Upland Snaps Sporting Goods, Omario 365,161 Chllffdl-9 Detroit, Kim-ffl-9 Palmerfs Sporting Goods, Upland, Yu 2-1617 gl 1 ol yball 0-Cap wins Grace Pougstot and Ron Rook Mary Ellen Book ond Harold Engle l Marge Pougsfof and Louis Cober Cflfole Engle Und l-UNUY FU"l'?-Y v I I College Basketball Bottom Row: Harold Engle, Louis Cober, Marlin Niesley, Don Swift. Bock Row: Couch Gordon Engle, Jim Engel, Jock Ashton, Jess Ginder, Gordon Kuntz, Bob Musser. Jack loys one in. With somewhat of a new line-up this year, the Spartans showed signs of promise. Not being able to practice every day hurt them, but they still maintained the spirit to win. We are waiting for the winning year and with the potential shown this year, we believe it will be soon. We feel our team has done well, however, as we are competing with colleges which exceed us in enrollment in nearly every case. As we build up our athletic program we want to always ealize that a Christian attitude and sportsmanship come first. Skycrest Ford - New car sales and service, used cars and trucks - Ben Alexander, lack Christensen, Upland -hi-.- Q Co-Captains: Louis Cober, Harold Engle Don S. on ci free one. Marlin fires one up. Starting Five: Jock Ashton, Harold Engle, Louis Cober Don Swift, Jim Engel. Jump Jess! Girl 9 aslwtbal l Bottom Row: Cathy Nissly, Lois Minier, Carole Engle Linda Holmes Marge PaugsTaT Mary Ellen Book Deanna Markley Standing: Coach Posie Pyke, Mary Asper, Phyllis Hostelier Noreen MaTTeson Verna Goeddel Grace PciugsTaT Par Nissly Gloria Eckman, Phyllis Womack, Manager: Edna Wxngerd "Hip Hip l-lurrayl Tally Ho!" and "We're gonna F-I-G-H-T!" - These were some of The yells ThaT looosTed The spiriTs of The SparTaneTTes during The T957-58 Season. Team spiriT and ci desire To serve Chrisf broughT The Team closer TogeTher, and wheTher on The bench or on The floor, The Sparfanefres Toughr TogeTher To win The vicTory. Trips To The ciTy, pigfails, Bermuda socks, and HearT-sisTer Week were all a parT of The Season. BUT more Than These, The Team song, "GOT Any Rivers You Think Are Uncrossalole" and devoTions proved To The Team ThaT God can do whaT no ofher friend can do. fx S.. NJ- 'S-5 AJ' Front Row: Mary Ellen Book, Linda Holmes, Grace Paugsfaf. Back Row: Paf Nissly, Carole Engle, Noreen Matteson, Marge Paugstcf. S? Co-Captains: Pat Nissly, Grace Paugstaf C 1' "I still outiumped her!" Nige pgsel Vemql Sponsored by the Snack Shack of Upland College, Sibyl Campbell, Proprietor Baseball Front Row: John Book, Winston Villicino, Gale Goins, Joe Bare. Back Row: Larry Swartzendruber, Don Nissly, Keith Markley, Charles Burkholder, Vick Koning. lnterest has been encouraging for this year's baseball team. With several returning players as well as with new players with real potential, the prospects look good for this year's com- petition. The fellows play such teams as SCBC, LIFE, Azusa and CBS. We are proud of the fact that although many of the boys are in high school, they have played successfully against college teams. The ALUMNI ASSOCIATION extends a warm welcome to the 1958 grads. Girl, Softball Bofiom Row: Dora Woodrow, Norilyn Shockley, Gloria McClure, Freida Bradford, Sara Brubaker, Pat Costner, Mary Ann Dean, Mary Ellen Book. Back Row: Annefle Price, Phyllis Hostetrer, Heide Vithen, Deanna Markley, Eilene Dexter, .loner Meclley, Virginia Schipper, Carole Engle, Marge Paugsfaf. ,R . Sarah at bar. Many enfhusiasfic girls wem' our for saff- ball This season. From Marge's happy face, we can gather Thar The Team is out To win This game and all The rest fo come. Upland College ALUMNI stride forward with the college in its progress ! wg ,f if Coa hes Gordon Engle was behind his team all the way and produced a group of fellows who fought valianily till the final whistle blew. With a dauntless spirit and an unswerving faith, "Posie" Pyke has been the backbone of her teams and has led the girls on to many victories. X L r 1-r, I V .5195 I :ire . 1" ' Jil? 'l fri 4. J. 5, 'l"Y1I- The academy basketball reams had a very enioy- able and successful season under the leadership of their coach, Paul Traufwein. few. ... c g K'- H' 4 ' ,f75L:iq.ff' , M rg t 1f:1,.'y .zngifq I I I . at . I As The saying goes - "All good Things musT come . To an end," and as This school year is rapidly fading ,-T' inTo hisTory, a feeling of near nosTaIgia overwhelms X "' me when I realize ThaT many of us will never return, and The ioys and anxieTies experienced here will live If wiTh us only in our memories. - One of The mosT ouTsTanding memories I will carry wiTh me will be The experience and pleasure of working on This ECHO wiTh The resT of The sfaff. To Them I give my warmesT Thanks and appreciaTion for Their splendid co-operafion and help in The making of This yearbook. Carrying much of The burden and responsibiIiTy of The book was our adviser, Mr. Derby, who gave freely of his Time and advice. Bob and Eldon had The sTu- , pendous Task of securing adverTisers To help wiTh The b financing of The book. My righT hand men who ofTen , W helped me in Those midnighT hours iusf before a dead- line were Lois and Noreen. Nor can I overlook The splen- 'I ' did iob done by Freida and Sara on The Academy sec- ' Tion and by Lanny on The Sports , I secTion. Of course no yearbook , would be complete wiThouT picTures, r and for'Their outsfanding iob in This 'Q deparTmenT consTiTuTing many hours of labor, we give crediT To Karen and Ray. In These few lines I cannoT .QF N .. do iusfice To my sfaff, buT To each and every one I say, "Thank you" ,F ybf from The boTTom of my hearT. I I in V . - 5.21 .-,, 5, And now This race is almosf over . ,vlgg lu 'r'. ,i" and our Task com IeTe. However, I I' 5 The race of life is sfllll before us, and ,, . 3. iT was in preparing for This ThaT we spenT our days here aT Upland. Again we Turn To Paul and echo his my M words, "I have foughf a good fighT, 'fu Q.. ' - I ' - . -W - - EK' . -. ' -.W . 1. 1 A f I have finished by course, I have 5 .s 1- A ,gs-5 bQ."a.., - .. - , ..:-e,,--- -- - -F 1 . 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' - .,' f5f:iL'J,,-5 fr 'Ig-43, - f 4"'- ' . .-' "DST:-1:-,:'c'2L.g '- .1 . ., . "159,..,g 1- "T'fi-'fi juf- - . , V ' 1' ' . ' -1'ip.,.,, W '- 4LLfQ"'-ff' Qeef 1 .. ' " Allura Dairy . .. Alumni .......... Antimite Associates . . . Arrow Dairy Farms J. J. Atwood ..... J. W. Bert ............, Bethany Brethren in Christ Bethel Church .......... Bumstead Sporting Goods Verland Byer ......... Robert Campbell ...... Chino Brethren in Christ . . Christian Light Bookstore . Alan Couch Chevrolet Craig Oil Products .. Daily Report .... Dary's Shirt Shop ... Ray Davis Jewelers Richard Derby, Jr. .. Chester Dexter ......... Draper Walton Insurance . Leon Durham ......... Empire Co. Insurance .. . Fallis Store ........ First National Bank . .. L. M. Frey ............ H. GIeason's Barber Shop Grave's Automotive Supply dvertisers .....25 ....99, 100 .....52 ....84 ..8 ....26 Church ,... . .... 50 Haigh Bros. ................ . Hensley 84 Hawthorne Realtors. . . Hester Electrical Wiring ...... Holt's Hardware ...... Harold Hoover .... J. C. Hoover .... Ho1tel's Furniture . .. Ideal Cleaners .... KIime's Furniture ....91 ....64 ....35 ....60 ....4O ....45 ....29 ....55 ....42 ....43 ....43 ....75 ....60 ....24 ....54 ....17 ....56 ....18 ....33 ....75 ....72 ....13 ....45 ..9 ....58 ....10 ....5,7 ....4-4 ....53 48 Lehmens Youthful Fashions Lowe's Men's Store ..... Paul McBeth ..... Samuel F. Minter . .. Mitchell Plumbing ....... Olson and Clint's Market ..... Palmer's Sporting Goods ..... Pasadena Brethren in Christ .... Penney's Store ........... Pete's Service ......... Pomona Savings 84 Loan .... Walt Rieder .... Rowe Chevron ..... W. F. Rugg Lumber. . . W. B. Rundle .... Save-U-More . . . Scotts Jewelers .. Shady Grove Dairy . . . Shepherd's Town Cards . . Skycrest Ford ....... Smith's Texaco . .. Snack Shack .......... Snap's Sporting Goods ..... Frank Stiffler Photography .... Stone Mortuary ........ Stuft Shift Restaurant . . . Temple Baptist ..... Tom Son Cleaners ...... Upland Brethren in Christ. . Upland Feed and Fuel... Upland News ......... Upland Savings 84 Loan .... Western Auto Dealer ..... Titus M. Wingerd .... Lee Wise Garage ...... Yum Yum Frosty Freeze .... Zion Brethren in Christ .... .32 .49 .57 .23 . .... 41, 86 ....2, 61, 62 .30 .91 .80 .16 .19 .15 .37 .75 .31 .22 .12 .85 3,4 .27 .93 .36 .98 .91 .28 .23 .21 .82 .87 ,63 .75 .75 .11 .91 .34 .14 .20 ....46, 47 i 103 1- l 104 clenowledgements The ECHO staff wishes to Thank our photographer, Frank Stiftler, tor his splendid coopera- tion in The taking of The students' pictures. We would also like to thank The Yearbook House, in Monrovia, for Their helpfulness and patience ancl cooperation in making This book possible. Thanks are also extended to our advertisers for their help in financing this book.


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