Washington Missionary or Columbia Junior College - Memories Yearbook (Takoma Park, MD)

 - Class of 1931

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utting new Ze t in ifvin ODERN diet hangs too many anchors on health. You can feel their drag. You live, but the thrill is lacking. Vibrant health, radiant energy depend upon internal be- havior. And nothing maintains this inner cleanliness so perfectly as proper diet. To start afresh, to work back to health, Lacto-Dextrin is offered first in the Battle Creek Diet System. It is a protective food composed of two carbohydrates-lactose and dextrin. U It effectively changes the intestinal flora-that is, makes the intestinal tract clean and wholesome. The harmful Mt Free D Write for HealthfulL1v1ng which describes, with recipes, the delicious i l sees U beneiicial foods used in the Battle Creek Diet System. germs that cause putrefaction are driven out. This new inner cleanliness that combats constipation paves the way living. For years Lacto- great success at the Battle for new vigor, new zest in Dextrin has been used with Creek Sanitarium and other institutions all over the world. It is refreshingly palatable . . . and so easy to take. Together with other foods in the Battle Creek Health Food line, Lacto-Dextrin is obtainable at the Washington Sanitarium Store and at the authorized Battle Creek dealer, your grocer, druggist or department store. iet Book At Battle Creek we maintain a staff of dietitians to advise you on any diet problem. If you will write to the Dietetic Department they will send you suggestions for your individual diet, without charge. Naturally, no diagnosis of disease will be attempted. Consult your physician for that. Write Department W3 l, THE BATTLE CREEK FOOD COMPANY. BATTLE CREEK. MICHIGAN. LAC I O DEX I 'RI An Imema' Cleansing Food

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Ak A Xr 'T f - -P W 'S T X' -ixl' 6 now holds the position of president of the West Pennsylvania Conference, KE There are literally hundreds of other graduates throughout the world working as missionaries, teachers, preachers, and doctors. Some are II taking post-graduate work. Others, like Dr. C. H. Wolohon located on MISS SPICER tarium. Martin Iverson an Indian reservation in Wisconsin, and Willard Venen, government aviator, are working for the government. Here in Takoma Park are located several pros- perous alumni members. W. O. Berry is a local conference minister. Maude Brooke is assisting the credit manager at the Sanitarium. Charles Boyd works at the Review and Herald. Walter Crandall and Anna Roedel teach at the College. Victor E. Dietel, for a while in Spain, is - - now at Takoma Park. Miss Mabel Estill. and Miss Mary Glen- right are supervisors of nurses at the Sani- is a local contractor , l - and builder. Helen M. Shull is matron at the S' gr Sanitarium, while Helen E. Spicer is one of the 2' Q Sanitarium technicians. Merwin Thurber does - fs., 5 . proof-reading at the Review and Herald, while Weldon Wood works in the press- . room there. Dr. H. T. Morse is on the medical staff of the Sanitarium. Elder C. P. Crager is located in the General Conference. Other graduates are holding equally responsible positions. College-the memory. Majestic white halls. still, whispering waters, too-enshrined in each alumni heart. Loyal sons and daughters of I Washington Missionary College, scattered over the earth from the lands of mystic northern lights to the regions of tropical splendor, all feel, now and again, the old-time thrill of school days, and long to hear from their Alma Mater. Therefore, came the Alumni Association of Washington Missionary College, for so long inert, but now growing rapidly into a strong organization. The Association roster, fast becoming a complete list of names of all college graduates from , Washington Missionary College, is the cord that binds them together. MERWVIN THURBER MISS GLENRIGHT as t ma cj- "- , F 1 :' at m lQLf62'iC'fW2f



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o -5 GX g,f5yg+g,1,.- ..1 A 1 A. AY a.-Wge Wv1Q47qQ5fe3Wl9I- ew gfqgigg " -- -1 i ff- Q, EW- Q1 52' 5 AVORITE SUBJECTS SAVED T T For the Jammer Vacation H ' l 5 U SAVE my favorite subjects for the summer," said a wide-awake i student the other day. "Then I can pursue them at my leisure i i under the guidance of the Home Study Institute and return to college , in the fall with extra credits that are very useful. I couldn't enjoy . the vacation without some study to occupy my leisure minutes." E The Home Study Institute offers a full line of college and ! i academic studies. Its work is accredited in all our own educational E institutions and in many others where its high character is known. E Tell us of your needs at once and let us help you get started- Our g new catalogue is yours for the asking. Payment in easy instalments. i The enrollment sent in to us before you leave college will insure your I , receiving the lessons and textbooks in time to start your vacation 1 5 right. ' I HOME STUDY INSTITUTE , . i -E Takoma Park, Washington, D. C. ! e 5 ii 'E ll 5 URSI G EDUCATIO B.S. and R.N. in Five Years The increasing demand for nurse's training combined with college work has prompted 1 the Washington Sanitarium and Hospital, in co-operation with the Washington Missionary i College, to oifer a live-year course leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree and a Nurse's - i Diploma, the latter admitting the graduate to State Board recognition as a registered nurse. i Full twelve grades are required for entrance. All credits for admission are evaluated by the College. This is the only Seventh-day Adventist institution offering such a course. The proximity of the two institutions makes close co-operation possible and very profitable. i For further information address, I Director of Nurses WASHINGTON SANITARIUM AND HOSPITAL TAKOMA PARK, D. C. I Q-vtfjig' x .. A . . Q

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