Vennard College - Vision Yearbook (University Park, IA)

 - Class of 1959

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT This department handles the publicity materials of the school, in relation to newspaper articles, and advertise- ments. N 096' 1 If A, ,Mfg X -if f-f , 'ffgeiy ' 'J-'ft' inf ' W A.. . Wing.. vi N.. I T'. Q U ,4 , .N ,, A v..,,3, .U if 1 "Iii wg ' w x ff ' '. VAYVM V 'f dfszu 'YQQQ ' S2 .if lea ' , na ' nr: . :Rui-2 rwzzx - lv-..ur. -- - Q- 'u.nv..mgx wir-'J .eg . l-- , -A A 'gaafwlaf Of great value to any institution of higher learning is a consecrated Board of Trustees, and C. E. I. is justly proud of this choice group of business and professional men and women who sacrificially give of their time and support to the school. The unselfish devotion of this able group to C. E. I. has been instru- mental in upholding the aims and standards of the school. Their spiritual lives definitely exert a great influence upon the advancement of our school. The members of the board are: Mr. Jay Bowman, President, Chicago, Illinois, Dr. Howard H. Hamlin, Chicago, Illinois, Mr. A. M. Rearick, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mr. C. A. Dammarell, Chicago, Illinois, Rev. Clarence Budensiek, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Dr. D. Willia Caffray, Hunting- ton Park, California, Mr. A. N. Carstensen, Chicago, Illinois, Mr. E. O, Fessler, Des Moines, Iowa, Dr. J. H. Hamblen, Abilene, Texas, Dr. Harry E. Jessop, Orlando, Florida, Mr. Laurence Luce, Fort Valley, Georgia, Rev. H. T. Rasche, Fairfield, Iowa, Rev. Ralph A. Vander- wood, Marion, Indiana, Rev. Dale Ward, Breckenridge, Michigan, Dr. George R. Warner, Marion, Indiana, Mr. V. Zook, University Park, Iowa, Dr. H. M. Couchenour, University'Park, Iowa, Rev. Oscar A. Monson, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Rev. James Rutgers, Hendricks, Minnesota. .Hi li 5 Ri : X ' ,-:::' ...'l-:-:: .:,.., 5 v..,, s ..,. z .1..6.,,.,.t,,,,,Q,:,,, ,,:1:2 . .,,:,:5.:,4.,,1i P ,as . 1-s. nulallii ::,.,v --:a-? E ::L:: 5 zq- lzhfhllv: :-f A A QQAUA. .V,- ,,.: 'f-2S '-'- Q .,11:,. , IVQEEL: -:-..,41 A:-f '1f': LIZ5 ,'.'.X'i'-vv..l'A ,,A.:, ,luhz f.,: :':,-v IIA' :5: 4'6.:1:I!:..Z:,:::?S55 zazzqzsiti: 15.1 , .:x111-:f L elect from August 1 t ok over the full responsibility of the presidency He is a graduate of st te in Glasgow Scotland, and before World War II s h or of Divinity at the University of London. As full-time t Interdenominational League of Prayer during the war, he s vices for the royal household and its servants. He has also s r t of Bexley Bible College in Kent, We of the Chicago Evan elis ic tl ut Family are happy to welcome him as our new leader and look f rward to his pable leadership as the head of our school in .5 I '--. . .-.-.f f . --:.--.- --.-.1,'. Q lb lib x I illl Z livvl God has called ur l der. He served as president- and was editor for eight al Life" publication. GEORGE BLACKSTONE Registrar 'S f -.4 w, , T' Al., - , - ,,,qunuq., PAUL R. O'BRIEN Dean of Men -1-T11 Q 1i1 I I I I MERNE A. HARRIS Academic Deang l Vice President f li 'i 1 I MARTHA HOLLABAUGH Dean of Women ll PAULINE CHRIST E.Th.G., B.A. '- Christian Education I MERNE A. HARRIS Jin.. . GEORGE BLACKSTONE 4 Th.B., M.A. Church History Bible, Christian Education -fr 66 B.s.L., B.A., M.A. -' - - -' - - Social Science History Theology IVAN HOWARD - ,. , ,,, -,, B. A. Theology . Philosophy Ji!W'W1"5.'w'fi12'aFl"'.iiYL-"' A .I 1J'f1nf..g,'1nr-:1s.."-. my l in 1 1 1 ff?--L .1"7'd:-md... -.L "r ' ' m' 'ii-.' - J " r 'ev' m 1 1 v MARTHA HOLLABAUGH I' B.s.L. Literature English NJ ., fe" Q 53 .Q 1' v..!,..,r,y a 1 .- 1 9 -1 1 Y 4 y -.1 1 O I -J v O J DIANNE KLTSHMAN Bachelor of Speech Speech RUTH E. MARSDEN BA, B.Mus., M.Mus. Music Theory, Piano Organ . ELAINE KITT B.S.M., B.Mus. Music Theory Piano ., wx' 'ff il l GEORGE KUSHMAN B.A., Th.B. Physical Education NEVA MILLER Th.B., A.B., M.A. Bible Language Christian Education l l L..- , ,L-li PAUL R. O'BRIEN Th.B., B.D., S.T.M. Dean of Men Theology Social Science LOIS M. STANLEY B.S., M.S.L., M.A. Librarian BISHOP ARTHUR WESLEY A.B., M.A., D.D. Missions iiliwflrfxviftilrin-.1:Faa34vv.z1'nA. 1 1114- . . .1 'vc . 4 1' 14 ' , I LYDIA L. SCHAUM B.A,, MD., M.S.L. Bible Missions a in .J -n .1 9 1 9 1 a J WALTER W. TINK 3, Graduate MacPhail School of Music Music Voice Choral Groups -47' bl in ws 'J 4 .1 1 L 2 x l u MARTHA BIELEFELD B.R.E. Registrars Secretary 641 s . 3 R 'QL .I ll 1 Q1 Woo .nr IVAN EDGE ----- - Bible Certificate Heating Plant Engineer N .if Vin.. ARDETH CHILSON B.R.E. Bookstore Secretary 5 N. . . fi . 4 F.. RUTH ECKERT B.A, Assistant in Printing Department ARTHUR HARRIS Dietician ilvczigu "Nxt N HOWARD HIGGINS B.A. Student Procurement Officer EDNA MCGAFFEE ---- Diploma Assistant of Housekeeping Department ELLA MAE SMITH B.A. Bookkeeper VERTA ITTEL B.S.L. Editorial Secretary LOIS SCHWARZ B.A. Assistant to Presidents Secretary NM rr, MURL STILL B.R.E. Assistant in Printing Department BARBARA SNYDER - - - - - - rife .ww- B.A. if x 6, "1 Secretary To Vice b , y,g'5f President-Dean .t gig? ' X t 'EQ' I V K .1 '31 I at K? 3 1 52 ., , A . - gs ., hm , , l xx V is, A 4 ,545 W . ,Q J - - - - - -FERNTODD IRENE WEITERT B.S.I.., B.A. Secretary to President B.A. Field Evangelist MAX ZOOK B.A. Farm Supervisor ..--r 1 .fur-ur.-.-.-f ,rm .1 v vi-lu.. -li..-.. - ,,. 1.0- ,.:-.,7 ---77..,,,, ..,. - ..- 1 x K x n w X 1 X X 1 xx- 1 . xx' 9 ' 1 .- x . ai s x Hs ta gag" - IIA .mug 2.-rs EARL MILLER, B.A., Preiiderzf Lakeview. Michigan Psalms 512, 3 "Many there be which say of my soul, there is no help for him in God. But thou. O Lord, art a shield for meg my glory, and the lifter up of mine head." Missionary Prayer League President 2, Oratorio 1. 41 Men's Housing Association President 21 Student Council President 31 Current Events Club Ag Class President 1, 4: A Cappella 1. NAOMI ANN MALONEY, B.A., Vice Preiidelzl Pontiac, Michigan Isaiah 41:9,1O "Thou art my servantg I have chosen thee, and not cast thee away. Fear thou not: for I am with thee: be thou not dismayedg for I am thy Godg I will strengthen theeg yea, I will help theeg yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness." Student Center ZQ Oratorio 1, 3, 43 Ensemble -lg Deputa- tion 3g M.P.L. Secretary 3, -lg Theta Phi Vice President 3, President 4: Annual Staff -ig Class Vice President -1. BERNITA M. SNYDER, BA., fecrelary University Park. Iowa I Chronicles 28:20 "Be strong and of good courage. and do itg fear not, nor be dismayedz for the Lord God, even my God, will be with theeg he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee, until thou hast finished all the work for the service of the Lord," M.P.L. Secretary 5, President 4g Oratorio 1, 2, 43 An- nual Staff Secretary 41 Current Events 4: Student Coun- cil Secretary 45 Class Secretary -I. EUGENE MARTIN, B.A., Trefulzrer Romans 10:11 "Fur the Scripture saith. whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed." Boone junior College 1, 21 Oratorio 5, -lg Annual Assistant Edi- tor 5, Editor 4g Ensemble :lg Student Center Chairman 4: Basket- ball Team Manager -I: Class Treasurer 4. DAVID CYRUS, B.A. Circleville, Ohio Hebrews 3ZI,2 "God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, Hath in these last days spoken unto us by His Son. whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds." Circleville Bible College 1, 2, 3g Oratorio 4: Vision Staff 4. LETECIA DEL CID, B.A. Inticuba, Honduras, C. A. Proverbs 3:5 "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding." M.P.L. Secretary 31 Oratorio 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Secretary 3g A Cappella 1: Current Events Club 3. STANLEY D. GRAVETT, B.A. Huron, South Dakota Y.P.H.L. Treasurer 35 Oratorio 31 Studen Nebraska, 1. wt' JAMES W. DOLL, B.A. Chicago, Illinois John 3:30 "He must increase, but I must decrease." Oratorio lg Annual Staff 2, 3g Student Council 3, 41 Student Center 1g Current Events 23 Deputation Team 1, 23 A Cappella 1. Colossians 3:15 "Let the Peace of God rule in your hearts." t Council 43 Current Events Club 43 Class President 3: Grace Bible Institute, Omaha, -.rr-1azn.r.'vu.zxz.q--prs.4. r-1.1.-4.1.1-1-.'. -v' 'all 'n"1r1 ','lr.' '."1l'Y.r 5 li'a.u.'n MARY REINKING, B.A. Indianapolis, Indiana john 15:16 "Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you. and ordained you. that ye should go and bring forth fruit. and that vnur fruit should remain: that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in my name, he may give it you." Y,P,I-I,L. Vice President 3. Secretary -lg M,P.L, Secre- tary 2g Ensemble -l: Oratorio 33 Current Events Club 3. 4: Class Vice President 2, HAROLD SIEFER, B.A. Franklin, Pennsylvania Romans lIlOA "Fur I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ: for it is the pmvcr of God unto salvation, to everyone that bel icvethf' M,P.I.. 'lireasurer -li Class Treasurvcr l. 31 A Cappella I1 Oratoriu 1, 2. ELLA MAE I-IERMIZ, B.A. Wfest jefferson. Ohio Circleville Bible College 1. 2, 3, II Corinthians 12:9A- "My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness." RICHARD KLEIN, B.A. Oakes, North Dakota Matthew 6:53 "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness. and all these things shall be added unto you." Y,P.I-I,L. Treasurer 2, President R. 4g Music Culture Club Treasurer 23 A Cappella 11 Ensemble 43 Oratorio 1, 2, 5, 43 MII-I.A. Vice President 31 Student Council 11 Current Events Club 2, 43 Deputation 1, 2, 3. 1,,N n'l -1 N . ,al 'Mv. pf. 'F' Q11 Q41 ,5- L: 1. If !51', 'ex 4 I Q, Abu :rg Q 5' PN-1 J, I 119 xg I vii' hbf, -.. . nts, 1, I ' 'N 'u Y. nl,-9' ,QF 1 .va 'ff. Iwi.. 4 a A we, ' I, ,, - 4 .ul - .0 li Lk. 2.1. 5 W ' xc ax - . gf , A 1, - : , . A f-rf.: n-x H .ol-' ." .qi 9 a, Arg, Flpl. .556 3 -. 'tu '31 Liivf fa' ' w . ff? pt. J , 11 NJA:-V1 'fix 1,'.l A ,.-": hfi wr, I-" f V., 1. :vp L.-at-J 1 5' " 5 4 1 I . "3 , al 'A x 4. .41 ,A- v,. , I HOVUARD HARRIS Knoxville. Iowa 'QWW 2 ALICE OLSEN Minneapolis, Minnesota RGBERT KEY College Park, Georgia WILFRED KIZER Deep River, Iowa CARL SMITH Little Rock, Arkansas 1. SHARON CLARK, Vire Prefidenl Flandreau, South Dakota THOMAS HERMIZ, Prexident Endicott, New York so 400001264 MARJORIE KIES, Secretary Platteville, Wisconsin ALVIN WAGNER, Treafurer Napoleon, North Dakota MARVIN ASHFAHI.. Cedar Falls, Iowa JUDITH GROSVENOR Newton, Iowa REBECCA FERNANDEZ Torreon, Coahila, Mexico AARON GRAY Univegsity Park, Iowa ELIZABETH KLEIN Oakes, North Dakota JOHN ROSENBERGER Cedar Falls, Iowa MARY SHAO Formosa PAUL WILLIAMS East Moline, Illinois JO ANN MARTIN Boone, Iowa ML -f nf 14,1 1-,fx- :1 jf . 4 Q . . ,I Jr 1 V ' ' 4 .9 l 9 sr, . Z' ' to-. 'I I ,le A -xv 3 305. 'sf I - 1 as '17, V16 flf . kv: 1 -J! 1 f 1 inf! in A X4 .sa z 'D 1. ,-an , N 5" .V ' ff.. Q.: A C , fm I aw' JL I .XL 4 if PATRICIA SMITH Luray, Missouri 1-I.--Y -:fig--, , 4121.---1:1.urnn'1.'f..' 14.-wma... um...- -, V, l'1.li O llzv mx ,- ni, 1 l V ,fi n ,. 1 I Mn 4 ' .v-F, ., 2" ,L W D'-3' pi. 3 -. H0-4 '31 fayi '51 WF' wg ' Q fs 47' Q11 ,fn A I-V 'ml Jil y,4 L1 -,QA AN i 414,41 'UL fig. 1 0 .flspf I 1 a' " - 1 ja . . 'A' .AD '-I fl . .nf I 27 594 HARRY MILLER, Prsxiderzt Lacorna, Iowa TIMOTHY DRISKELL, Vice Prefidevzz Pontiac. Illinois fa644me,, CAROL ABENDROTH, Sefretary International Falls, Minnesota b SAMUEL ESPINOZA, Treasurer Mexico City, Mexico MARVIN ALDRIDGE University Park, Iowa NEAL ALEXANDER Stockport, Iowa JOANNE BACHMAN Egan. South Dakota ., I -52. -A , ,. JOSE CAMACHE Gomez Palacie, Mexico KENNETH CARROLL Ottumwa, Iowa ri!- in Photo not .fduaifn AA 'E- v 4 ,rn 4 ff. ' 'A ,..,. K .79 K-9 . n 5 s 11' ' 1 -so I , ' + x,. 2 v V4 r 4 I ,a,.. ' 5. 9 4 . ,..v hh ,- J -Aj, r.,f- -.1 'No V I-5, ,X 'M al. -0 5 f- ga' I 14 .m ' 4 1 1 ,-'J , .0 fj wa a 'Mg ff" ,J if. 45. I- -'N lol.. 15 :Y .1 ,v. 'J , 'ay .5 I 371. , ,-:L ,, af- 0.1 x'-r ,,'fi', P" ef- ,wf 'K I. . 'Nga ,.:, 2 .xl 1,-nm W, in-1 311 .1 V ,x -,,w f.,,,"5 l-43. 4 . ana 44,141 .' ., I s ' .r ra . 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V, "' sl ,g We JANET HAWKE Lake Linden, Michigan MIRIAM HEILMAN Greene, Kansas NAOMI HEILMAN Greene, Kansas " ly ,0 -- . . ,af A X N 1 LARRY JOHNSON .M Plattsmouth, Nebraska RAYMOND KOTWICKI Chicago, Illinois 4 1 5 . ,,j 1,1 1, W.,l .1 w . 14,4 V., 9', 'r- an 5. .J 4 .-ul' , f o 1 xs J A P I 1 X A 1. .VH 9. J' .l. I .ju ,,i , vol if I 4 V3.1 V4 ,I tl . .. - ,. Wu, kr '.' -rs lv, 2,36 171' 9,' . 1' I . JA? 'E . ,'-3 s. , .MI J 11 1,7 1-xi, 1 A sl I IQ. . fx ,, uf-'V , fy .Af , .4 ' I V, U I ,"4 .lfnl I I MYRNA SCHNEIDER Storm Lake, Iowa DOROTHY SMITH Huntington Park. California XWAYNE SCHNEIDER Storm Lake, Iowa LORENE SWARTHOUT Walker, Iowa RILLA VUATSON Grinell, Iowa l JAMES WOODARD Joliet, Illinois l -Wf- if ' lj' w .nga J '-A 'P ,., lr .,go, 51' ,.,, 1, l ll., In 1.344 lv.. ,Ii I" 5 I, 11,-Q, .4 -, fu, l f wa I 4 A . N 2 no 1. I1 a J, ir, l.- 0'. H, 'il bk 1 5 fl ,pl 1 1 fa I J X F O 5-. af' VIA! wif.-' lt? ll-1 Qvpl l' ,' H-.. lat VA, lf lf F11 l": li' ' ivt V,- V. T lynx- llfls fo. ,ff ,KG l ,-4 .M. J , h. A I , .I ai: fl '. l-' ln' l -:'5, INEZ HEBEL RENA GATES IRENE ALDRIDGE HESTER HUMBLE SAMUEL GARCIA BARBARA SNYDER NOT PICTURED: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Higgins, Mrs. 6 BEVERLY MILLER Arthur Wesley, Virginia Gravett, and Marvin Aldridge. ED RICKMAN 'L 6 FRANCIS JANET STEPHENS ASPINWALL 'L 4 L 66 WINIFRED COOPER i LESLIE MADSEN 66 CYNTHIA RUTH SHEN RICO NOT PICTURED: joan Hendershot Jmn!w.x".f,nmz:..iK,1'1- -rug .- nur-,qua mms' mmf-1 8 'W 'rf wig? ff , 1 Q - " " fn. 1-a-1'fe-1-' 'V ' L2 3-If If - -W f":r. mf- ' -' " K152 ? V ' ' 4 PS, 'ff' ' 1 we wt -' 5 25" f V -A , X . " lf TT. ,--l 'gg '41,-rj, g' - F - . '-'Qi M-- fvf' -..T'Qf.1' Q' "Wg 'Q i . . Honduras Formosa 'W omgbywsfqqfe 'tfe Gg..z'Uuf'E n-'v-f--'- gp Ewan Bus Aaaorr rmcus Mexico 5 . 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'A ,fu ' V K 14. A -1 A . X274 I? 44 44f'7B'+- ' c ,Q 4 if-I Q ., g ik' i'x ' 1- ' 1 , 5- ,.4 ja . 1 1 . lc in " 'ti S. .. - u V The Oratorio Chorus began the 1958-1959 school year by singing the Christmas section of Handel's Messiah in our Sunday afternoon chapel service. Later, this group joined with the choir of Penn Col- lege and the Community Chorus in another presentation of the same in the Spencer Auditorium at Penn Colleges On Easter Sunday, the Easter section of the Messiah was presented in chapel, and the year's final pro- gram, the Elijah by Mendelssohn, was given on Baccalaureate Sunday. si . 5 fi The Ladies' and Men's Ensembles are small choral groups which have contributed to the musical life of the school. Under the direction of Miss Ruth Marsden and Mr. Walter Tink, they have sung in our chapel services as well as in churches of different localities. The group also served as a choir for the Thanksgiving Vesper Service and for a Christmas Chapel Program. P gas 'o ' ie i r yi 1. . l Bible club-First Grade. in T fa 'i J, -'vi s...f' 'o Zh Singing Time. 1 in ii 1 , The snow is fun! T A vying! 0 UW Bible Club Second and Third Grades. Ready for Gym Period. 0, 'J sl' Kindergarten after story. Playtime. , MISS CHRIST Advisor ff ..'r'.l'r1 0 0 on I a an ev V I The Student Council, an active organization at C. E. I., serves as a liaison group between administration and stu- dents. Through discussion and prayer many problems are solved in the interest of the school. The organization is indeed a busy one for it sponsors many of the school activities, such as supplying each new student with a "big brother" or "big sisterg" Get-acquainted partyg Open Houseg Thanksgiving and Christmas activitiesg Valentine Party: and the Selection of the Annual Editor. The willingness of each of its members to work toward the accomplishments of its objectives is helpful in developing a deeper spiritual life and in maintaining the C.E.I. family spirit. 52 a S 9 r . as 6 N A g 'Z 4 .4 45 i Li --E 'L M GENE MARTIN, Editor 1 1. .1 l .a fig, in X . Q as -Q l r. 'Hip Ps' v- ,in Y., .W 1' -1 4 .gn M. .rv ,t . K ff if 1' 1, lf W 1' .': ,. ,It "Is .WP v ,X lf: vm 'U .M '.s .4 , ' 4 '-5 ,af v, 4. ' a fa 'fa 1 if 1.1 Q , l 'I ,wx 1 1' - ug' .yn , Looking to God for inspiration and help, the staff, members applied their hands and minds to the joyful task of choosing the different sections that have made up the annual. We trust that as you look back over the pages and recall the happy hours spent at C. E. I., the 1959 Vision will bring to you light and also inspiration. STAFF MEMBERS Eugene Martin ........ ............................................ .................. E d itor Bob Key ............... ...................... A .uirtant Editor Jo Ann Martin .............. ...................... Buriner: Manager Ray Kotwicki .......................................... Arsirtant to Businerr Manager Bob Key and Dorothy Smith ............................................ Photographers Judy Grosvenor, Naomi Maloney, and Lorene Swarthout ............ Artirts Betty Klein, Sharon Clark, and Bernita Snyder ............................ Typirtr Miss Martha Hollabaugh and Mr. Paul O'Brien ........ ....... A drzisorr .I 0 l .17 .Av BOB KEY A.r.ri.rlam Editor ...-4,3 7.,m..a- -umm,-uw Q 'Q 'fe fl .F-. DJ . , .-nf I 1 Q, . A, 0 .., 'a 'A .1 4. Zuma? ?7eo,eleh 71 league The purpose of the Young People's Holiness League as a student organization is to provide outlets for practical service and experience. This is gained through Christian Service Assignments and Youth Confer- ence Activities. A retreat is held each Fall at Lake Keomah to provide spiritual incentives for the incoming student body. Another project is a chapel service conducted twice each month. This year, the organization also sponsored a school-wide Christian Serv'ice workshop. The Y. P. H. L. organizes a Youth Conference each year. This is a week-end of intensive evangelistic ef- fort for young people from several states. This year the theme: "Christ in You-the Hope of Glory" was presented. Dr. Myron Boyd was guest speaker. xllff X X 3 X! X ffm dl flaw' 1.-27 BERNITA SNYDER ALVIN WAGNER Pfgfjdelif Vffe Pl'6',ffd13lZl MARY SHAO Lifefwry Serrelmy DOROTHY SMITH Correipondizzg Secretary JUDY GROSVENOR Lilemry Seffetary NAOMI MALONEY, Prefidezzi 1? A f- ,. li BETTY KLEIN, Vice Prefidezzt Q X . 1 'l" ', I L 4' ei J ' 6 35. ' ' 2 vm Q S" DO-I-TY SMITH. SeL.,.em,.y IWARGY KIES, T7'6L1.fllr6r H fa qw.. so . f .5.Q,,,. "W'ulk af Children of Light Ephesians 5:8b : N ,., X: -.R 9. "Y, M R. WW VK if , - YQ, 5, MARVIN ASFAHL-Pmfdm -71 DICK KLEIN-Vin? Prefidezzl BOB KEY1SEfl'EfcI7'j'-T7'EiI.fZl1'61' Ng. 77Z.2f,,-4. The purpose of the Men's Housing Association is: 1. More spiritual and social unity among the men. 2. Betterment of living conditions among the men. 3. More complete relationship between dorm and administration. F N . , . 5 . 1 N? 5 il 1 l TX , ,rf . ,V .,l -i., .W al: o J 'Ai 14 ,A f r 9 4 1 Q f Q 0. ir Ia J J 4 I-.9 '-xr ,-'P r 9 r 4 fn J J a a 1 I -I X I-' ,x F ,rl 1 , J-I. ci ,N :,1,, 1 Aria. .P 3' ' 1 ,Hr A L .1 fda I1 n g , pr' .J Q n, Q , 1 ', I X JXMX YN xikxmm' We g was-N 03.1.14 , I 'QQQU . ,Mon 1 own ,- - , g L s I HU XX!!! V , ea 1 I .V f w,.1?yw5IQ-A .mu XHWU' 4HM,,4 nk K 5 s. .J xx gg . I -x N lx -Q M6 3 ff XXX N 1 5 41 3 58 w Ji ,ll irgg -1. 4 -iff Va' mf 1 A- 12 . ' 1 ---1 fl 13, 33 Q. C 9 K :',' . is :if Nr' W. f-79 Y' ,V -- in V- 'r . The purpose of the Music Qlulture Club isimthe extension lla' X if .. K-1 ,Lll - 1 'il lil X "A of music appreciation throughout the entire school and 'y , xv' ll 'W 4 the development of a clcrer T51f1dCISf8.Ild1I'1g ofxitcletssical 'jf music through studying thefts gteat composers alld Qheir 4 fi iQ I 5.1 works. 5 gl ' 31,5 , CX' Nl' - Several features of the Clpbiiare films of outstanding X E i' will 5-' f' 1. , ,ll , musicians, listening to outstmdlgng records anelwafthe co- fu is 'l 5- operation of the Club with the iOskaloosal Concert Asso- of fl ix, fl' . X' ciation in rovidin tickets foil tllree cqdcegnsl each ear. l"1 31? ll , is lf.-i , in Xml Nw 3 jivdi l ,tfuillllf 553 VZ M' sl 'gf l ,-,gg l l 41,-4 BETTY KLEIN , JUDY GROSVENOR 'gui p,.6,5l:dem. Sec1'eta1'y-TreaJu1'er fi! wrt .H i wel, isllllll 'Q LJ! fill NW 45" itll tax: .alll -'I 'N N My im J.. mir, xml 6" lllll ll ix! il 'li J V CARL SMITH S Q7 Mn N MISS RUTH MARSDEN lf - 'l li ll ' 'A Vim Pre-,,dE,,, im Nw Advisor 'lt ' l All ff ll Q ll, 1253-1 N lc l l ll Pl ll -,"j i il f lk A l l "5 H ll 2:4 -,, l er ll -rr 1 lil gl :ffl l l lvl 1? " A WiKm3Wm qml5l'mfQlhimxiwD' af? qmEm"'4"-immmm-Wfmy immvmvlwmmm . Q Q n Sl sl ix S' if ,i l' , - sf 'i'-A ,V X 'lA'. J, 'Aff' l D ff ,sa 59 --.1 rsssliv '30 y LOGIOS SOCIETY The newly reorganized speech club, the Logios Society, chose a challenging topic for its first meet- ing: "Resolved-That the Furtherance of All Nu- clear Weapon Tests Shoud be Abolished in All Countries" as the subject to be debated. Mr. Merne Harris acted as chairman, with President Logan as honorary host and Mrs. Merne Harris as honorary hostess for the social hour preceding the debate. Mrs. George Kushman, instructor in speech, dem- onstrated real skill in the planning and decorating of the "space-minded" program. The Logios Society has been organized to replace the former Sip and Chat Club and has as its pur- pose the development of skill in debate and dis- cussion. The name "Logios" is a Greek word meaning eloquent or skilled in words and is used in Acts 18:24 to describe Apollos as "an eloquent man, mighty in the Scriptures." 60 v , zafvgf'-1 -:W-iw ": r" X N su, 'Q One criticism often directed against Christians is that we are uninformed about our contemporary world. At C. E. I. it has been felt that the criticism is perhaps well taken-that a conscientious Christian should be well informed about the Current Events of our age. We do, after all, believe that the Bible speaks to this age, and it is undoubtedly true that there are many present-day happenings which have a definite relation- ship to the unfolding of prophetic predictions. , The formal organization designed to develop in our students an appreciation of events as they transpire and an ability to rightly interpret these happenings is the Current Events Club. Membership is limited as to number, but any interested C. E. I. student may join until the membership list is full. This year's members include Carol Abendroth, Sharon Clark, Stanley Gravett, Virginia Gravett, Aaron Gray, janet Hawke, Inez Hebel, Hester A. Humble, Marjory Kies, Betty Klein, Dick Klein, Beverly Miller, Earl Miller, Mary Reinking, Carl Smith, Dorothy Smith, Bernita Snyder, Alvin Wagner, and jack Wfolgamuth. Our advisor is Merne A. 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