Editor . .............. Lois Minfer
Associate Editor ..... Beverly Swift
Business Manager .... Bob Musser
' g Advertising Manager. .Elaine Crider
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A musical Theme was selecTecl by
The ECHO STafT To Tell The sTory of
1958-59 af Upland College. If you
are a srranger, we wish To inTroduce
you To our school on These pages
and show The harmony of our school
groupy if a sTuolenT, we desire To en-
close herein The compleTe hisTory of
this year, if a friend, we hope To
insure a berfer unclersfancling of our
school and ifs acTiviTies by creating
a symphony of words and picfures
which we believe besT portrays our
school life. May lasTing memories be
always available in The conTenTs of
To a man with talent in many areas but especially in music, our Echo is dedicated this
year. His interpretations of music have been an inspiration to many who have had the priv-
ilege ot singing under his direction. However, he is more than a superb musician, he is a friend
and counselor to many a questioning student. His understanding and cheerful attitude has
been helpful to more than one student in the past few years that he has been on our campus.
It is to him, Royce Saltzman, that we appreciably dedicate the 1959 ECHO.
He leadeth me beside the still w
ELDON F. BERT J. W. BERT
Treasurer Vice Chairman
MERLE BRUBAKER CLARENCE BYER
Asst. Secrefcry Secrefary
A. JAMES ALDERFER C. W. BOYER AMOS BUCKWALTER IRA EYSTER
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Vern Zook Dwight Ben
One of The busiesT men in our
adminisTraTion is Dean Boyer. He is
appreciaTed by all for his conscien-
Tious aTTiTude in all he does, be iT
The aolminisfrafive dufies, or in The
classroom. However, he is never Too
busy To be a friend and counselor To
a sTudenT. Wifh men like Dr. Boyer
leading our school, iT is cerTcrin To
advance in every aspecT.
LIFE lS LIKE A SYMPHONY
There is a purpose for living v
can be found in The divine plan
one's life. The Greaf Composer
poses ThciT everyone finols his 5
playing his part so Thaf his life will
conTribuTe To The beauTiTul harr
and melody Thaf God has desu
The year's acTiviTies which
ECHO porfroys shows how each stu
denT plays his parT in finding God
place for him in The greaf symphony
of life. From The melody on This
ChrisTian College campus you can
deTecT harmony berween God and
man, FaculTy and sTudenTs, sTudenTs
and sTudenTs. The Echo of The mel-
ody is sweef.
John Z. Marfin
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W. Merle Rash, 500 E. Arrow, Upland
To accept good odvice is but to increase one's ability.
RICHARD DERBY, JR.
Our opponunifies to do good are our talents.
Knowledge is like money: Not good until circulated.
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Thou shalt guide me with Thy counsel.
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OWEN ALDERFER, A.B., B.D.
Chairman of Bible - Religion
Education is not enough, it
must be education in Christ.
MIRIAM BOWERS, A.B., M.S. MELVIN H. BOWERS, A.B. ERNEST BOYER, A,B,,M,A,' Ph,D,
L.S. Candidate Education Dean of Instruction
Literature, Librarian Education is the apprenticeship Happy is the man thug findefh
Books are lighthouses erected of life. wisdom and understanding.
in the great sea of time.
WILLIAM BOYER, A.B., M.S. ANNA N. BRUBAKER, A.B., M.A. HENRY BRUBAKER, ALMA B. CASSEL, A.B
Chairman of Natural Sciences Modem LQ,-,guqges B.Li., M.A., P.D., Th.D. Chairman of
5ClEI1C6 li lDUT 0 mere l"eC'P Of facts, Goodness -onsists not in the inward Speech, Psychology I pray thee, O God, that
not a golden chain of truths, if we things we do, but in the inward Speech is the index of the mind. be beautiful within
refuse to link it to the throne of God. things we ure,
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Assistant Librqrign Chairman of Social Sciences
book is the begf of friends, History is but the unrolled scroll
today and forever. of Pr0Pl'leCy.
ETHEL CLIMENHAGA, A.B. M.A.
The character is like white paper: l
if blotted, it can never again be ,
made to appear white.
HELEN GISH, B.S.L., A.B. ANNA LEATHERMAN
Home Economics B.S., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
The home is the supreme conductor Biology
of Christianity. Nature is beautiful, always beautiful
ERT MOWRYI A-B-I M-5- ROYCE SALTZMAN, A.B., M. Music , WILLIAM TAPSFIELD, A.B. ELIAS WIEBE, A.B., B.D., M.A.
MClfl'16m0TiCS Music Music Chairman of Education
' SlUdY of Mclllemallcs To flll my soul with all the great Music is one ofthe finest and The secret of education lies
Ultivvtes the reason- and beautiful music that is most glorious gifts of God. in respecting the pupill
possible for me to hear.
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Ben Alexander, Jack Christensen, Upland
HAROLD SlDER, A.B.
Science, Math, Driver's
Academy students approaching the Prin-
cipal's office are put at ease by our new
Principal, Mr. Sider. He is well liked os
a teacher, friend and leader. Mr. Sider
is ever ready and willing to help when
, X- Mg.,
WILLIAM HALDEMAN, A.B., M.A. GEORGE HOSTETLER, A.B. DOUGLAS JONES, A.B.
Music, Social Studies English, Drarnatics, Shop Physical Education, Math
Music washes away from the soul The more you practice what you know, Uniting effort is the shortest
the dust of everyday life. the more shall you know road to achieve greatness.
ANNA VERLE MILLER, A.B., M.A.
Her ways are ways of pleasant-
ness, and all her paths are peace.
what to practice,
CLARA BELLE PYKE, A.B. l-ORRAlNE STUMP
English, Physical Education TYPTHQ
Doing the will of God DUTY Und T0'd0Y UFS 0Ul'St
leaves me no time for disputing Und fUlU"llY belongs i0 God-
about his plans.
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RUTH DOURTE, A.B.
We have committed the
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Nothing is denied to
labor, nothing is ever
The secret of success in life,
a' man to be ready tor his
tunity when it comes.
ALTA BELL, A.B., M.A.
GROVER CLEM, A.B., M.A.
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Education, Psychology Latin Elementary Education
PAUL COATES, A.B. MARIE FINNEY, A.B. WENDELL HARMON,
Art Elementanf Education A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
GEORGE VOUGAI A-B-I B-D-, D.D, VlOLET WURFEL, A.B., M.A., Pl'l.D. ARTHUR WOOD, A.B., M.A., Pl'l.D
Bible, Religion History Sociology
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Mrs. Vera Burkholder Mr, Carl Wolgemufh
Mr. Owen Alderfer
Mrs. Mildred Markley
Mrs. Lorraine Stump
Mrs. Eleanor Lehman
Miss Esther Miller
lNof picfuredl - Mrs. Beverly Osburn
Miss Verna Glonder
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Miss Anna Brubaker Mf- Bob PYke
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Adviser - Mr. Alderfer, Sec. - Dorcas
Kline, Vice Pres. - Mary Ann Dean,
Senator - Ray Buckwalter, Treas, - Ruth-
ann Hyland. '
Nothing is so infectious
President, Karen Buckwalter.
Can it loe possible that four
have passed already? It seems
yesterday that we struggled
correct sentence structure, s
outlining, etc .... The time
passed, however, and has left
many pleasant memories: Ji
Senior banquet, our "skip" to
quoia, open-air Sunday mc
worship service, class parties
most important of all - GRA
If ever I am a teacher, it will be
to learn more than to teach.
Congratulations to the Class of 1959 from the
Upland Savings 50 Loan Assn.
MARY ANN DEAN
Nothing great was ever achieved
We can do anything we want to
do if we stick to it long enough.
The future destiny of a child
is the work of the mother.
l will study and get ready and
someday my chance will come.
Good humor is the health of the
soul, sadness is its poison.
Nothing is more simple than greatness,
indeed, to be simple is to be great.
Compliments of Wise Pharmacy
218 N. Second Ave., Upland
l love these little people and it is not
a slight thing when they love us.
LOIS RUTH MINTER MARJORIE PAUGSTAT
Abilene, Kansas Upland, Conf,
Home Economics Hgme Economics
Nothing is too much trouble if it Lqughfer is fhe bubbling brook
gives happiness to someone else. in the meadows of happiness.
l RUSSELL HANSON
Education is the knowledge of how
to use the whole of one's self.
Dunnville, Ontario, Canada
Educated in a moior degreet
his own initiative and effort.
DAVID SUTTER BOB SURPRISE
Upland, Calif. Cucamonga, Calif.
, Physics Education
HGPPMGSS is mflde UP of fhfee things The best of all governments is that
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Senator -- Jess Gincler, Sec. - Noreen
Trautwein, Vice Pres. - Mary Ellen Book,
Treas. - Maurice Bender, Adviser-Mr.
Salfzman Knot picturedl.
President - Jim Engel
The college iuniors of 1958-59,
numbering about nineteen, were ofl'
to a tremendous year by having
their first party at the home of their
advisers, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Saltz-
We had many other enioyabl
Times together, but The highlight o
the year was the annual Junior-
MARY ELLEN BOOK
RAY BUCKWALTER ART COOPER
Upland. Calif- upland, conf.
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Serving Upland College Faculty and Students
Jess Ginder Verna Goeddei
Upland, Calif. Vicrorville, Calif.
Marilyn MacAuIay Erma Mann
Upland, Calif. Clayton, Ohio
Compliments of Ceorge's Flower Shop
155 S. Euclid, Upland
Bill Moofe Irene Ownbey
Whittier, Calif. Upland, Calif.
Barbara Rickel l'lC1I'0lCl 5iSCO
Upland, Calif. Owosso, Michigan
Noreen Traufwein Eldon Wingerd
Upland, Calif. Ramona, Kansas
Compliments of The First National Bank of Upland
"Small, but mighty" - With this as our
slogan, we optimistically began our Soph-
omore year with great expectations. These
expectations were realized beginning with
the Freshmen Initiation and included the
class skip second semester. We shall always
remember this year as a harmony of many
events and profitable experiences.
The Daily Report
Largest evening circulation in San Bernardino County
Adviser-Mr. Wm. Boyer, Vice Pres.--
Elaine Crider, Sec.-Treas. - Lois Miller,
Charles Kalland Leon Kern
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Millersville, Penna. Pomona, Calif.
Grantham, Penna. Upland, Calif.
Sponsored by Craig Oil Products, 1471 E. Arrow, Upland
We, the freshman class, entered the
halls of Upland College in September of
1958. Mingled were our feelings of fear
and wonder. We were soon made to
feel at home, however, by the friendly
faculty and returning students.
Some of the highlights of our Fresh-
men year were the initiation day, parties
and our "skip," Memories of this year
will long linger with us as we confident-
ly look ahead to the future.
Adviser - Mr. Engle, Sec.-Doris Lebo,
Treas. - Jerel Book, Senator - Mahlon
Minter, Vice Pres. - Marilyn Bickmore
lnot picturedl, Social Chairman - Gary
Musser lnot picturedl.
Marilyn Bickmore Jerel Book
Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif.
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"Praise Him with stringed instruments an
Senate, under The leadership of Bob Surprise, i
The governing body of The College. Senate is com
posed of The officers, representatives from eac
class, Echo, Spotlight cmd C.W.B. These student
have been responsible for many of The pleasurabl
experiences The student body has enioyed This pa
year. They also discuss The problems which arise o
campus and are willing to lisTen To what inolividu
students have To offer in the way of advanceme
of Upland College.
VICE PRESIDENT-Marge Pougsfot
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25 N. Second Avenue, Upland
. . Working together geis ihlngs done."
Froni row: CHAIRMAN - Marge Pclugstcxi, Alto Kuntz.
Bock row: Bob Moffift, Roy Buckwolter.
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more, E. Crider, A, Kuntz. Second Row: B. Musser, N. Trautwein, L. Miller, V.
Goeddel, M. Pougstat, E. Mann, S. Albright. Third Row: E. Wingerd, C. Kalland,
D. Spisok, P. Payne, G. Musser, B. Moffitt, M. Minter., H. Sisco.
7:30 each weekday morning finds twenty-one faithful members
present for rehearsal. 7:45, 12:30, 6:30, and many other times
throughout the day, we may also see these students robing up
to go out to witness for Christ through song. They present many
inspirational programs throughout the year at school, in the
community, and in surrounding areas and states. Their songs
and countenances have inspired their listeners numerous times
to live-a more Christ-centered life.
' Paugsraf Noreen Traulwein, Mary Ellen Boo
Erma Mann, Mariorle ,
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Bob Moffitf, Charles Kalland, Preston Payne, Dave Spisak
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Lois Ruth Minrer
UPLAND BRETHREN IN CHRIST CHURCH
Dealing in Destinies - Seeking and Serving
CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN1 Bill Moore lnof picfuredl, Larry Keisling,
Elaine Crider, Mr. Alderfer, Adviser.
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OUR PLACE OF WORSHIP
"VoIun'reer Kingdom Workers" - These words which
echoed Throughouf The week of November 2-8, were
spoken by our evangelist, PeTe Willms.
Rev. Wilms is a missionary on furlough, having
served five years in Japan. The humiliry and inspirafion
of Rev. Willms, guided by The Spirit, caused many stu-
denis To renew Their consecration wiih Chrisf.
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ANTED: YOUTH, wim no mimi but His, no will but His, no mzght bw His, Jil ,,,eff"Qfjmj"GjQdde,
to build the superstructure of ETERNITY with the Souls of Men. Sec.-Treas. - Sue Albright
Chrisfian Worker's Band gives
stuclenfs The opporfunify To wif-
ness Through gospel teams.
These Teams serve af a gospel
mission, neighboring churches,
Boys' Camps, and a Resf Home.
The Lorol has blessed This service
ouflef of siudenT activities. Many
people have been drawn closer
to Him and The sludenfs have
found if a source of challenge.
Torn Son Cleaners 181 N Second 4venuP, Upland We operate our own plant.
El L P tt Owner member o National Institute Dry Cleaners
Team III: .Elmer Sider, Larry, Keisling, Orrin
Book, Jeane Schildberg, Gerald White, Erma
Mann, Captain, Alta Kuntz, Doris Lebo, Sara
Brubaker, Dave Spisak Inot picturedl.
Team II: Maurice Bender, Captain, Jim Handley,
Jerel Book, Gary Musser, Verna Goeddel, Dorcas
Kline, Elaine Crider, Marilyn Bickmore.
Team IV: Charles Rickel, Captain, Art Cooper, Allen
Book, Bob Musser, Harold Sisco, Lois Minter,
Barbara Rickel, Sue Albright, Mary Ann Dean.
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105 N. Euclid Avenue, Ontario, California. YU 61-3101
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Charles Kulland, Verna Goeddel, Bob Musser, Doris Lebo, Roy 'Rosen
Pi Kappa Delta, a National Forensic Fraternity, is an
active organization on the Upland College Campus. Upland
College holds the California Kappa Chapter of this distin-
guished organization and as a local chapter seeks to en-
courage effective communication and creative thought.
During the current school year, the speech squad has
been active in forensic meets on many college campuses
through the Southland. They have received excellent ratings,
and have been undefeated in debates on various occasions.
Much credit goes to these hard-working students for their
excellent showmanship in the forensic field.
George l-lostetler Debc e Debaters at workl
Compliments of W. E. Walk, J r. - Proudly serving Upland College as a Trustee
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One of the busiest places at noon time on
the campus is the Spart Inn. Here we final good
food, have a chat with our friends . . . some-
even final it is a ,good place to study, Both
faculty and students appreciate the convenience
of this central meeting place.
Maggfs Fine Fashions for Smart Women
The highest honor that can come to a student
at Upland College is recognition by WHO'S WHO
AMONG STUDENTS IN COLLEGES AND UNIVER-
SITIES. The choice is mcide by a student-faculty
committee, based upon leadership, scholarship,
school loyalty and Christian character. The 1959
committee chose MARJORIE PAUGSTAT, who is
well deserving ofthe honor. Marge is maioring
in Home Economics and Education, and has
been an outstanding student here for five years.
Congratulations Marge! May the best in life be
5 otlight S jf
Spartan Spotlight is our by-weekly campus
newspaper published by interested students un-
der the capable editorship of Ruthann Hyland.
The Spotlight contains general school news,
feature articles, and airs student opinions on
school matters. Through the Spartan Spotlight
"' 'y we endeavored to reflect a mirror of student life.
I ASSOCIATE EDITOR
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CHRISTIAN LIFE REPRESENTATIVE
Compliments of W. F. Rugg Lumber Co., 120 S. Euclid Ave., Upland
Karen Buckwalter 1 -Q
TYPISTS - Mary Ann Dean, Dorcas Kline, Karen Buckwalfer,
Marilyn Bickmore, Judy Goggin.
Bank of America, Upland Branch
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Antzrnzte Assoczates Termzte Control
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"Come before His presence with singing."
Sponsored by Olson. 190 Clinfs Market, Upland
Congratulations Class of '59
Treasurer, Violet Hartman
Adviser, Paul Trautwein '
Secretary, Phyllis Hostetter 4 '-.
Vice President, Gloria Eckman
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This year was one of real fellowship among
the members of the Senior class. After being to-
gether for four years each member feels sorry
to part with the others. With Paul Trautvvein as
their adviser they were brought to realize that
this is really lust a beginning.
President, Fred Koning
RICHARD BOUMA LARRY CLAEYS SHARON COX
Onfu,-io, Calif- Montclair, Calif. Ontario, Calif,
Doing nothing is the most tiresome Af the Ve"Y best, 0 PEVSOVT If l5n'f YOUV P05l'fl0n 'fhflf molfes
iob in ,he world, because you can-1, completely wrapped up in himself you happy but your disposition.
quit and rest, makes a small package.
Congratulations to Class of '59
From Euclid Savings 30 Loan Assn., Ontario
GLORIA ECKMAN GALE Go1Ns RAY GOINS
Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif.
The diamond with some spots is still Some people never learn anything NO flies get into G shut mouth'
more precious than perfect glass. because they understand everything
Charming from head to toes,
liked by everyone she knows.
much what we know
as how well we use
what we know.
At school she's very shy,
but outside - my, oh, myl
Compliments of Ray Davis Jewelers Compliments of Huntington Pharmacy
Upland 317 N. Euclid Avenue, Ontario
SUE LEACH NORMA LENHERT BILL MCLAIN
Ontario, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Ontario, Calif.
There is a woman at the beginning A willing helper does not You cannot lead any further
of all great things. wait till she is asked. than you have gone yourself.
She looks shy but don't
let that fool you.
lf the world laughs at
right back--it's as funny
A place for everything,
everything in its place.
Right decisions are not a matter of
book knowledge, but of iudgment.
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The J-unior class This year
blessed with originalify,
alive and deferminalion. Se'
new members were ddded
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being The Mighty Seniors.
Norman Bert John Book Charles Burkholder
Upland, Calif. Upland, Calif. Upland, CGW-
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Chino, Calif. Corona, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Covina, Calif.
Don Nissly Marlene Stone
Upland, Calif. San Diego, Calif.
Richard Traufwein Fern Wingerd Ray Wingercl Dora Woodrow
Pasadena, Calif. Ramona, Kansas Upland, Calif. Cucamonga, Calif
Sponsored by l'cle's Service, Upland Compliments of Scotfs Jewelers
We specialize in Lubrication 261 N. Second Avenue, Upland
Vice Pres.-Patti Wyant
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' Upland, Calif.
The class with a future, the
sophomores, still have Their two
most important years ahead of
them. Their class officers pro-
vided entertainment and expert
leadership for them.
Cucamonga, Calif. Onlcflof Calif-
Melody Chancellor Gerald Eckman Ado Flshel'
Upland, Calif. Pasadena, Calif.
Sponsored by Frank Stijfler Photography
203 West E St., Ontario
Judy Kitchen Bill Lewis Beth Lightner Deanna Markley
Ontario, Calif. Upland, Calif. Cucamonga, Calif. Montclair, Calif.
Heide Vithen Dick Vouga Roger Wiles Patti Wyant
Upland, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Glendora, Calif. Alta Loma, Calif.
Sponsored by Stone Mortuary, Upland
Vice Pres.-Bob Lightner
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Kenny Franklin Robert Lighfner DUGVIG R6II'f1bOlCl
Upland, Calif. Cucamonga, Calif. Uplond Cflllf
Tommy Sayre Ben Showalter Gerald Swift Carol WYUVW
Riverside, Calif. Upland, Calif. Pomona, Calif. Alfa l-OITIG Cflllf
The Alumni Association: Congratulations . . . Grads of 1959,
and welcome . . . Alumni!
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"Praise Him with the sound of the trumpets
This year the Platform Aris Class pro-
duced fwo maior plays, "The Tinker" and
"Hidden Treasure." They also produced
'wo smaller plays, one for the P.T.A.,
nol one in chapel. Each production was
big success and was thoroughly en-
ioyed by all who attended.
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Students practicing for "Hidden Treasure" "Stop if. STOP if!"
Seated: N. Shockley, P. Hostetter, D. Geil, S. Leach, V. Hartman, H. Vithen, N. Lenhert, A. Price. Standing: Director: Mr
Hostetler, F. Koning, G. Eckmcm, L. Claeys, R. Goins.
Compliments of 0-U Creamery, 711 W. Holt, Ontario
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President - Bill McLain
Student Council this year was not iusf an excuse to get out of
class, but it was a time when things were really accomplished. Stu-
dent Court was one of the proiects in which each representative
Vice-President - Sue Leach
Secretary - Violet Hartman
Vic Koning, Linda Book, Ray Wingerd
Treasurer - Fred Koning
Sponsored by The Christnzn Light Book Store. Compliments of Butler Brothers Department Store
Religious supplies and stationaries. 317 N. Euclid Ave.
343 N. Second Ave., U pland, California Ontario, California
Gloria Eckman, Arnold Villocino
Tim Miller, Richard Trautwein
Publications Representatives Sophomofe RePVe5ef"fUfiV95
Norman Bert, Beverly Swift Winston Villocino, Henry TeVelde
Lowe's Merfs Store - Hart, Shafner and Marx Clothes,
Arrow Shirts, Jarman Shoes - 117 N. Euclid Ave., Ontario
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Linda Book, lnor picTuredl Sharon Cox Ray Goins, Norm Bert, Ben Showalter
Ron Goins, Gale Goins.
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Dick Vougc Marlene sto
During The pasT year our chapel services have meanT a greaT deal
To us. We will always remember The blessings which we received from
The guesT speakers, The singing, The Testimonials, and The programs in,
general, which were planned by our chapel commiTTee.
When Klimes furnishes your home your special rewards include
assured quality by nalionally known suppliers and expert
decorative service, all at purse pleasing prices.
I Miss Miller, ne, Mr. Sider
Front Row: C. Nissly, J. Kitchen, M. Stone, S. Cox, P. Rardin, D. Geil, S. Leach, V. Hartman, J. Pemberton
Second Row: R. Hartman, F. Wingerd, G. McClure, D, Vouga, D. Nissly, W. Villocino, D. Woodrow, D. Markley
B. Lightner. Third Row: B. Swift, G. Musser, J. Bowers, R. Wingerd, C. Burkholder, A. Villocino, B. McLain, G
Eckman, P. Wyont, N. ShockIey,'P. Hostetter,
The Academy Bible Club met in the chapel
every Friday at ll:OO. Students eagerlyattended
to see what was in store for them. A good variety
of programs were presented under guidance of
Mr. Trautwein cmd Richard. Bible Club was a
time of relaxation and fellowship for all the
Christian students on campus.
President-Richard Traufwein ViCe.Pre5,-Bev Swift
G05 el Team
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Seated: D. Morkley, M. Stone, J. Kitchen, S. Leach, Captain-
B. Swift, F. Wingerd, C, Nissly. Standing: N. Bert, R. Goins,
C. Burkholder, R. Wingerd.
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Seated: G. Musser, G. McClure, L. Book, J. Bowers, S. Cox,
N. Shockley. Standing: B. Lightner, D. Nissly, Captain-A.
Villocino, J. Book, P. Hostefter.
Grads of 1959 are in demand as they join Upland College Alumni now serving
with distinction in many areas of service . . . the Alumni Association.
Gossip Editor-Don Nissly
The Lingo staff, under the expert leadership
of Editor Norm Bert, produced for us this year
a well-rounded paper full ot news, stories, iokes,
gossip and This 'n that. The Lingo was always
right on time anal was thoroughly enioyed by
students and teachers alike.
Sports Editors-Charles Burkholder and Religious Editor-
Richord Trautwein Bev Swift
Social Editor-Gail Musser
l. if l Campus Life Editor-
Congratulations classes of '59
J. W. Bert, Commercial Sprayer, 3rd Ave., Upland
O sons and daughters let us sing
The Echo staff was in a constant whirl of
activity from its first meeting at The beginning
of the year until the final deadline was met.
During this time, we endeavored to work co-
operatively together To present the lite of Up-
land College and Academy.
The ECHO STAFF of1923 congratulates the ECHO STAFF of 1959
Samuel F. M inter, Abilene, Kansas
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Fhst Prize Second Prize
Lois Minter and Erma Mann received first prize for Second prize was presented to Verna Goeddel and
elaborating on the Homecoming theme by displaying Bernie Dringenberg for depicting the traditional
the kitchens of "then and now." school and the modern school.
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The Lyceum committee with Robert Musser
representing the student body along with Dr.
Martin, Mr. Saltzman, and Mr. Wiebe, presented
a variety of events throughout the year.
The "Living Desert," shown at Homecoming
opened the film series for the T958-59 school
year. Other productions shown at various times
were "Pickwick Papers", "Farewell to Yester-
day", and "The Lite of Leonardo da Vinci."
COLLEGE 2nd SEMESTER STUDENTS
Cal J. Benson.
ACADEMY 2nd SEMESTER STUDENTS
Back row-Susie Sutton, Cynthia Herr.
Front row-Barbara Marqucirdt, Linda
Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Chester G. Eckman, Upland.
Compliments of Robert Cemmel - Quality Photofinishing, 301 W. Calif., Ontario
Bock row: Jane Howe, Warren Haw-
kins, Keith Markley. Front row: Ed-
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Each spring students of the college and academy desert their books and enter the commu-
nity for two days of work. During these doys some students are employed as office secretaries
while others perform household and lawn duties. The proceeds from these days are used by
the student government for specific campus improvement.
STUDENT-FACULTY RECEPTION ON TOP OF MT. BALDY
Sponsored by Durham Construction Co. - Local builders for over ffteen years.
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A day in the life of ca typical
College Student. Model Student
She gets reody for school. She comes to school with cn friend
She listens in class. She folks to o friend.
She leads us with u cheer. She l'1GS her dev0fl0r1S.
Sponsored by the Upland Office of Pomona F irst Federal Savings and Loan Associatlbn
Foothill Boulevard and F iftlz. Avenue
A day in the life of crtypicol
Uplcmd Academy Student. Model
Student Fred Koning.
He gets ready for school He comes to school
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He talks with a friend He makes cn basket l?!
Sponsored by Bethany Brethren in Christ Church Sponsored by Lehmen's Youthful Fashions
T homas, Oklahoma 1-3 S. Hanover St., Carlisle, Perma.
Praise Him upbn the loud cymbals
Erma Mann, Karen Buckwalter, Marilyn Bickmore, Gary
Musser, Jess Ginder.
Cheer Leaders .
This peppy trio has added a necessary
teams this year. Even though we sometimes came out
on the short end ofthe scores, these three led our stands
in the yells cheering us on Toward victory.
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These five peppy people have headed the sports ac-
tivities among the students this year. Pep rallies were
interest-heightened due to some ingenuity exhibited by
them. It was a good year in sports and these students
spark to the
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Sponsored by Draper Walton Insurance Agency
418 N. Second Ave., Upland
Gloria McClure Gflil MUSSBI'
Henry TeVelde, Gloria Eckman, Don Nissly.
A Friendly Church serving the community. Sponsored by L. G. Engle
"I am. the Way, the Truth, and the Life." Jn. 14:6 Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance C0
Pasadena Brethren in Christ Church 430 N- Leffwfla Onwfiv
C0 - Ccjftains
Mary Ann Deon
Set it up, Mary Ellen
Sponsored by Weitzefs Yum Yum Frosty Freeze Sara Brubaker
just north of Memorial Park, Upland ROY Bufkwflhef
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Paul Trautwein has done an excellent iob ot coaching
our Spartans. Their co-operation and willingnessto work
together as a team with spirited vigor brought us
through another great year of Sports.
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. . . Pilgrims
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. Cal Baptist
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Upland ..... C.B.C.
Upland ..... Azusa
Untario Miniature Golf, Arcade, Archery, Ping Pong
Special Rates for Groups and Parties - 1215 W. Holt, Ontario 85
Mr. and M rs. less Hoover - Abilene, Kansas
COACH Paul Trcutwein MANAGER Bud Kclland
CAPTAIN Jess Ginder
Murkley Gary Musser Orrin Book
W e encourage you to remember your local churches when selecting your Christian service.
Verland Byer - Hamlin, Kansas
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Front row G. Goins, D. Nissly, B. McLain, T. Miller. Bqck row C Burkholder R Trqufweln F Komng V
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65 . .. .. . Ambassador
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31 ... ... Valley Christ
68 . . . .... Ambasador
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COACH Doug Jones
Coach-Doug Jones, H. TeVelde, V. Koning,, G. Goins, Manager, R.
Wingerd, T. Miller, W. Villocino.
This is our ball. "Hands upl"
UPLANDER MOTOR HOTEL - Highway 66 and Euclid - Ontario
Swimming Pool - ROMANTIC HONEYMOON SUITES KRESERVATIONS CONF1DENTIALj -
Kitchen Apartments - Family Rooms - Valley Host Meeting Room - Courtesy Coffee
Phone Yukon 2-8821
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Under The capable leadership of "Posey Pyke," our girls have again come out near
fhe Top. With only one loss, They went into The playoff. They were defeated in score but
not in unify and enthusiasm. We commend The SPARTANETTES!
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Back row: G, Eckman, L. Book, N. Traufwein, V. Goedclel, L. Miller, M. Paugsfaf, P. Hostefter. Front row
M. Book, A. Kuntz, S. Leach, V. Hartman, D. Markley, C. Nissly.
. . . Biola
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. . . Biola
. . . S.C.B.C.
. . C.B.S.
. . Azusa
MESSIAH COLLEGE, Grantham, Perma. Congrvatulates UPLAND COLLEGE upon accredztatwrz, by
Western College Associahbn.
Co - Cgvtams Coach
Noreen Truufwein, Marge Paugstct "Posey" Pyke
V. Goeddel, N. Trautwein, S. Leach, D. Markley, M. Book, M. Paugstcf.
"l-leave itl Mary Ellen" Bcskeibull party pleasures
INSURANCE FOR ACES 0 T0 80 - Hospitalization - Life - Accident, etc.
For details call Yu, 6-8470 - Walt Reider, 535 West H St., Ontario
Baseball . . .
Plans and interest are running high for a
fourteen game schedule of the 1959 Conference
in the minds and plans of each fellow team
member. As we continue to take Christianity
into our athletic program it will develop and
make a definite contribution to Christian edu-
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terest we began the 1959 season. Enthusiastic team-
work in practice and in games gave us an eventful
L. I. F. E.
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So. Calif. College
Back row: A. Price, D. Markley, C. Nissly, D. Woodrow, P. Hostetter, V. Hartman, Posey
Pyke. Front row: S. Leach, I. Jones, M. Coffey, M. Book, V. Goeddel, L. Miller.
Sponsored by S11.epherd's Town Greeting Cards, folm Minter, Penna.
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The last movement of this "musical" composition comes to an end. It heralds the FINALE of a
year of progress and promotions in our school and faculty, a year the ECHO staff hopes you will long
remember through this yearbook.
Notes are to be respected. To a musician they are little black ink scratches which are iewels in
sound, to a professor they are little black words which build treasures in thought, to this editor, they
are little black lines which have taken their form on these pages. These recorded notes are yours. You
will hear them over and over again as they echo in your heart. lt takes all kinds of notes, signs, tempos
to make up a musical composition . . . so it is with our yearbook . . . activities ranging from studies
to basketball games, and parties to prayer meetings . . . This was the best concert! This is the FINALE.
The notations go to: My associate editor, Bev-my most faithful and efficient helper, who was always
ready to do much more than her share of work. To the rest of my staff who made this book possible
by getting "ads," art work, taking pictures, typing and sports - "A big THANKS" for the iobs you have
successfully filled. And to Mr. Derby, our adviser, and personal friend of the staff, "Thank you for
your understanding, guidance and countless efforts." To the Faculty and Administration "Thanks" for
being so kind and considerate.
This year I may truthfully call the greatest year of my life. lt has been a pleasure being Editor of
a book that will be cherished by you for many years to come . . . This has only been possible because
of my staff and their many long hours of unselfish work. We trust that this score of the 1959 ECHO
will bring pleasant memories of the year you spent at Upland College in preparation for further service
for your Master.
Lois Ruth Minter
Sponsored by Temple Baptist Church of Ontario - Founded on the Word
224 W. Califormkz St.
TO ALL ADVERTISERS
The Echo Staff wishes to thank you for the splendid cooperation and support that you have shown
in the preparation of this year's annual, Without your financial assistance and encouragement the ECHO
could not continue to improve from year to year.
TO THE PUBLISHER
In appreciation of your many favors and technical assistance, the ECHO Staff wishes to express
its gratitude to the staff of Yearbooks, Inc., Monrovia.
TO THE PHOTOGRAPHER
The Annual Staff extends a "Thank You" to Mr. Stiffler, the official photographer for the 1959 ECHO.
Your genial manner made our iob easier. Above all, we most appreciate your unlimited reservoir of
Sponsored by Chino Brethren in Christ Church - Rev. Merle Brubaker, Pastor
Sewing and growing with UPLAND COLLEGE
Arrow Dairy Farms. 1661 W. Arrow Hwy. YU 2-4549, Upland.
Community Bible Clubs
Sponsored by Norman Lawson, Investment Securities, Upland.
UPLAND COLLEGE ,
Sponsored by Zion Brethren in Christ Church. Abilene, Kansas.
A Symbol of Service Throughout the Southland . .
SHOPPING BAG Food Stores.
Compliments of Ontario Travel Bureau. A complete travel service in
Ontario, 29 E. Holt, YU 6-'l'l1.
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