Westmont College - Citadel Yearbook (Santa Barbara, CA)

 - Class of 1951

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A'-ai EQD,..3gfw M " 'L75522 - Epi: Laboring, guiding, and admonishing us in love is our 1' administrationmculty, and staff. infrequently recognized, their N. responsibility is horrlexdaily in the smooth tunctioning oi the dining hall, the Wise coiuiselling oi teachers and advisers, and in the maintenance of our spacious grounds. Their sacrifice in time and effort is constsmt. From their example, We in have been inspired to give XX 1. x ourselves unreservedly to Christ RX 5 .iff sf ' . - i Nui.. '-" ' :ares Who is the Center of their jx' X lives. ,l ,A 'ii frsswvwqfl It Pwr ' tl illi l- .fir 44,7 X. -' .'.A-! ,. 1' , ...,.. , 4 " if 1 X---MQ., X , . t, it ix X "And we beseech you, brethren. to know 'them which lcrbor among you cr are over you in the Lord. and crdmonish you: And to esteem them very high "X in love ior their work's sake."-I Thessalonians 5:12-13 X "x Zld ini I gi .:y 1 9 'V 2 , 1 ,Q jW', , K 'Zi 2 1 4 L f X X Q v x w 5 I """:--,WW M1-..-ie,.,,,mm,A,. Q ,QV W A H 5 sf 1- ff as ,.-.. www a W maxim xx - .. A223 -. fi -5 ---- ' :Q W -: - :-:'-.,::fe.5L i 2 ,JM J : , - -:- -jji "" Q ' Kwan -1 ww , ,.,.., - - if Ha we Q as Q? Hg .Q 1, If 55 ig X, ?e , X ge 551 fi QF: 3, 5 T, f 'E QE ? if Q1 1? E , 'as 131 ,R e Xi fi I it 3,2 5 ge E? sv H23 5 .. 5 Z Q Sf, 5,1 5, V 8. Zi . 1. , 5 2 4 ! X -a '7 ,G AV V -. 2 ' I x IW .Z -Q ,WH fx Q xg -1 ma U, m x an n X' 1 X Q za my ga Q K nw -1: 95 4v sf. A f 'Y ss Q Y X 1 Sa ,Q v as m nl 2 si 3 X .5 6 I. aug? Q mg? sf ,,E 2 ma Us " as r :An a ss mx x Q R' W ani . :-: I M as Lg. H :., ESX' E ,W W5 :.: W XE.. :.: z WW . 'Rim mlm Sis M an sw ,qw ff-fe U vv:g4 W pcs President Our president, Dr. Roger I. Voskuyl, came to,Westmont in September as God's choice for this position. Highly trained, much experienced, and a consecrated servant of the Lord Iesus Christ, he has rapidly and successfully taken over the duties of chief administrator. President Voskuyl's confidence is stayed on the Lord for he realizes that Without Him, he can do nothing. Board of Trustees Mr. Bruce Bare Mr. B. E. Gossett Mr. William Litzenberg Pasadena Riverside Los Angeles Mr. Arol Burns Mr. William Hensel Mr. Irvin Masters Pasadena Santa Barbara Burbank Mr. Robert Burns Mr. Rolf Iacobsen Dr. Iohn Bunyan Smith San Marino Treasurer, Pasadena Los Angeles Dr. W. W. Caiherwood Mrs. A. H. Kerr Mr. Iohn Wilks Los Angeles Secretary, Los Angeles Vice-chairman. Pasadena Mr. Roy Laurin Chairman of the Board. Pasadena Their sincere interest and concern for the welfare of each student at Westmont, has made Miss Wolff and Dr. Ryrie in- valuable assets to the Westmont family. Always ready to give counsel on spiritual or personal problems, their advice is savored with a knowledge of G-od's Word and a close walk with the Lord. Q is X Q: sm - , 9 MARIA M. WOLFF. Dean of Women CHARLES C. RYRIE. Dean of Men Faculty ,ff - x , ff 7727 fy ' 1 t' Qw tfxfxx x X X FTTKI X t j XX ' Xi u , -M 'g i '-mms x. . fy' is-'Q Q ' e t -". in M t i Wi W it it W Wax? it i f Westmont's fa lty hosen for their academic pre-pa t cl devotion t th L d We-11 qualified to sh p young 1 I tructinq and raqinq students in the classro rn d t - ' 1 tivities, their lives have contributed t th d t tly Ch ' t-p eerninent pattem of Westmo t I1 . WILLIAM FISHER B.S.. M.S. Direcior of Aihletics Physical Educaiion JOHN HUBBARD A.B. Chairman oi the Division oi Fine Axis Music Theory. Choir RUTH BUCK A.B..-M.A. English WILLARD HARLEY A.B., M.A. Chairman ol ihe Division oi Social Sciences Psychology BOLTON DAVIDHEISER A.B., Ph.D. Chairman of 'the Division ol Natural Sciences Bioloqy. Mathemaiica FRANK L. HIERONYMUS A.B.. M.A. Hislory. Social Science MARY L. IOHNSON A.B..M.A. French, Spanish. English ,Q IOHN LUNDBERG A.B. Voice KENNETH M. MONROE A.B.. TILB.. 'l'h.M. Th.D. Dean ol the College Acting Chairman ofthe Division of Modern Languages and Literature History. Philosophy. Archaeology LaVERNE M. MOORES SYLVIA MORGAN A.B. B.Mus., M.Mus. English, Speech Music Theory, Organ, Piano fm? ELAINE PEI-.T A.B. Librarian env' ss mms -Y. n an wa nm n x -n as si nr w ss E. 1:- 5 CHARLES RYRIE LB.. '1'h.M.. '1'h.D. Chairman of the Division Bible and Philosophy Greek, Bible ELMER SEGER A.B.. M.A. Bible, Greek, Christian Education 1 5 5 V .:-. f": r- ELIZABETH THORNBURGH MARIA M. WOLFF A.B. A.B. Physical Education Christian Education PAUL W. WRIGHT A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D. Director ot Student Personnel Education ARLENE A. SHEELEY AB., MA. Sociology, Social Science IOHN VOSBIGIAN A.B., M.S. Chemistry. Physics ,Sgt ,ls , if f 2-:?aE:6'5 5 if u Hx S 'ix 'hkltff ' E I 15 ' E 5135218 Xl 1 ta We 1' 11 V ll X It .. 1. f I lie 1' gig' H' la f 21 2, vl ll 1 :PIL ll ff E lk -IL " A 35" MEQWQ Staff CHEFS: Mom Fels. assistant chef, hands a tray of salads to Pop Fels. chef. ADMINISTRATION: lSeatad left to rlghtl G. Sharpe. comp- troller: Dr. K. Monroe. dean of the college: Dr. P. Wright. director of student personnel. Standing! R. Shelton. public relations manager: Dr. H. Voslruyl. president. ,Awww-4-,,, GROUND CREW: U-ef! to right? Mr. Martin. director ol farms. grounds and buildings: Mr. Gapen. maintenance and repair. INot picturedl Mr. Ries. transportation. if '..'i.-Z3 'lex OFFICE STAFF: tseated left to right, M. Brown, secretary to the president: R. Lentzhsecretary to public relations mana- ger: E. Brown. booklreeper: E. Rouse. uc- retary to comptroller. Standing! M. Tink- ham, secretary to registrar: E. Oyer. assls- tant dining hall manager: D. Ellison. assistant student store manager: E. Gapen. secretary to the dean. 25 Our gain in academic knowledge and growth in His grace cause us to rejdihejn our Lord. He has been our strength in times of Weaknessp He hds-supplied our every physical, spiritual, and mental need. Yet, tlfiisqear has been but another step in God's plan as He prepargus for greater challenges. It is N. with real joy and expectation thdyve look forward to in using that which We have xx Km , learned here for His glory. 4- ' f XX-25295, it X f'-.1!. grim 't1- f 1 t 1 1 ffivzfw :fat i X Z ..... mx I 'L ,.f -,U - U?-" -if -f" '.4 X . xl X X ". . . walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing. being fruitful in evena x l good work. and increasing in the knowledge of God."-Colossians 1:1 X 'x X lx A A .Q r I 5 5 si jj mg ii S? S: QT EQ ,lx N, B, :flu :fi 14 S, 27 5 2 n 1 o r 5 2' W fzwiff W M' fgsf?VfQZ,Q ffW?fjfi1ff f.g W! 1 J' ROBERT CO SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: lSeaIed left to rightl I. McClenathen. treasurer: R. Cook. president: H. Shires. secretary. lStandinqJ V. Morris. vice-president: D. Markham, social chairman: Dr. Ryrie. adviser. mot pictured! L. Carlson. de- J votional chairman. As the individual members of the senior class view in retrospect the years spent at Westmont, each can see how his life has been rooted and built up in the Lord. This maturing in the Lord has enabled the class to develop outstanding spiritual leaders not only in the Westmont family, but for the World-wide field of Christian service. Under the leadership of Bob Cook, the class chose for their verse Ieremiah 9:23-24 with emphasis on knowing and understanding the Lord. Highlighting the year was the traditional senior sneak. Centered around ll Corinthians lO:5, . . bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ," and coupled with it the hymn, "Iesus, the Very Thought of Thee," the sneak shall long stand out in the minds of the seniors. Senior Chapels brought to the seniors the abrupt realization that commencement was near. A list of senior prayer requests was formulated in order that the class might be united through prayer though absent from each other. Seniors expressed mingled emotions as convocation, baccalaureate, and the gradua- tion exercises brought to a close the final chapter of Westmonf life for them. Future plans are yet indefinite for many of the class, but for some the Lord is leading to seminary, to others He has given the call to a foreign field. All share in the confidence that He shall use a vessel which is meet for the master's use. DALE T. BAKER Sociology Lewis and Clark '49-'50 R.M.W. '45-'49 Mu Chi '46-'48 W.C.S.A. Rally chr. '48-'49 'HBV f ffffg S My pf!!! ENE A..G. BEAUMONT , History agdjljjf ffffa ' Fishermarfs club '48-'51 wwf, Pres. '49-'51 ' I -' Alpha Epsilon Chi '48-'51 WM K Prog chr 'smsl ' x ' - if . ' Pub. chr. '49-'50 3 . , M .,,0Men's Assoc. Soc. chr. '49-'50 l JAX ' div Treas. '50-'51 tg' Seminary If 9' fywoy Nw W. CLARYCE I. BENSON Sociology C.S.A, Cheer Leader '47-'48 Soc. chr. '50-'51 Student council '49-'50 Delta Chi '47"5l, Sec. '49-'50 Soc. chr. '48-'49 Dorm. Vice-pres. '49-'50 kiwi 'T IAY A. H. BEAUMONT Social Science W.C.S.A. Rally chr. '50-'51 Ir. Class Pres. '49-'50 Alpha Epsilon Chi '47-'51 . Pres. '50-'51 JL .A T I Proq. chr. '48-'49 Q, in I A lg Ui 1 9 lj!! M iq on iii QM 9-K 30 "W" club '47-'51, Sec. '49-'50 Dallas Theological Seminary LOWELL O. CARLSON Bible Ambassador Quartet '47349 W.C.S.A. Chr. Act. chi. '59-'50 Sr. Class Dev. chr. '50-'51 Ministry IT Deer Dfw ti! -L'E't1'-77' I I wa La J Q r :fa L WA VMS fj KEN M. CARPENTER ,, E- -'. ,ff , r -t M Social Science -v .Q U U " A L' We al" F 0 'lui' Mu Chi '47-'51 .L Pio P 1.2 yt: v Q A43 ll ll I I 'I ' W club 48-51 V-E?m.1,m7,.D Jo ,M if Elementary teachep M, , as if j it +2 w if fs TL fri? F141 s1.T:lfg,: yf o me :M 5'-Q Sapp cs: . I . ' 71: .5 15 ,vm 5 ala FD? :rag jf 'T' ' -Q '- 4 .. 1' I7 J S.,--S-11135613 . -'Ln 1313 1 ,- X, I 43'G' Q- .5 -4:l..4:' G 3 V in Ivy,-'fp U . A 5' 1- 'ft ff ty' .J 14--'--:rg liyiy'-'X , . , , L . .ff L ' fp., 'Q ffl, BETTY I.. CHASE Social Science Oregon State College '46-'48 I.V.P.F. '48-'50 S.M.F. '49-'50, Rec. sec. '50-'51 Choir ,."' Seniors take time out io: a snack at the student store. 31 X . W' ' ffwflilifwiy W iw? RAY L. CLEVELAND History W vufqynw My if' iff' E 2:3134 MQW .ii-518 Q i LU, Pblitj-J2orf'llle?ITea50-illA'5l go W fa- EM 0 .M 1, ?WWw'4lbp.,:j W W of 32 ludiciary '50-'51 Alpha Epsilon Chi '47-'51 Sec. '49-'50 Seminary W. ROBERT COOK Greek W.C.S.A. Rally chr.,'49-'50 Sr. Class Pres. '50-'51 Men's Assoc. Sec. '48-'49 Mu Chi '48-'51 Dallas Theological Seminary, Mission field-Tibet RICHARD E. ELKINS History R.M.W. '47-'50 Mu Chi '47-'50 Student council '47-'48 Iudiciary '49-'50, Chr. '50-'51 Missionary trcmslaiion VIVIAN L. ELLIS English U.C.S.B.C. '49-'50 R.M.W, '48351 Pi Epsilon Chi '47-'51 Prog. Chr. '48-'49 Sgt. ol arms '50-'51 Wo1'nen's Assoc. Soc. chr. '50-'51 Horizon '48-'49 Elementary lecrcher HAROLD E. ELLISEN Psychology Moody Bible Institute '47"48 Alpha Epsilon Chi '49-'Sl S.M.F. '48-'51, Prog. chr. '49-'50 Mission field FRANCES E. FARNY Christian Education R.M.W. '47-'51 S.M.F. Cobi-net '48-'51 Pi Epsilon Chi '47-'51 W.C.S.A. Sec. '49-'50 -41' STANLEY A. ELLISEN Psychology Moody Bible Institute '47-'48 Ir. Class Dev. chr. '49-'50 Men's Assoc. Dev. chr. '5O"51 Mu Chi, Sec. '50-'51 S.M.F. Depui. Chr. '50"51 Tre-us. '50-'51 Mission field NEVA P.. GLASER English Salem College :S Academy '47-'43 Delta Chi '48-'51, Pres. '50-'51 Citadel Lit. co-ediior '49-'SO 'W.A.A. '48-'49, Sec. '49-'50 R.M.W. '50-'51 Mission iielcl ROBERT R. GOLIKE History Northwestern Schools R.M.W. '48-'50 Flying club '48-'51 S.M.F. Pres. '50-'51 Veteran's club '48-'49 Vice-comdr. '48349 Mission field-Africa I-'RANK N. IOHNSON Hisiory ' Occiclenial College Fishermarfs club '49-'50 S.M.F. '49-'50 Graduate study H. ROLAND KINCHER Social Science R.M.W. '49-'51, Pub. chr. '50-'51 ' Fishermarfs club '48-'50 Vice-pres. '49-'50 Mu Chi '47-'51, Treas. '49-'50 Prog. chr. 'SU-'51 Citadel '49-'50 Mission field RAY E. KINDHED History U Lfkgi B Elf' 37 F' If . .'f'Mf' - WL is gl gf,41!igZLrP' ff Q 9 lf? San Bernardino Valley College 95' Grucluaie work, teaching L-5 .QF llf lb 'igigl ',yff'A' fu ,tp 5,0 A, 1.1 i Aj, DOROTHY I. MARKHAM English Stockton Ir. College Delta Chi '47-'51 Citadel '49-'51 Siudent council '50-'51 Horizon '49-'51 Managing ed. '50-'51 Mission field-Iczpan 5724 fffff , A: -1'- I 'f fp 4 fi me . Wi' rf, lim 'Cyp If X ,J-LV ,gf Jn!! My IOAN E. MCCLENATHEN - 1. I PSYCYIOIOGY C . 'ff ,gf Epsilon Chi '47-'51 f,'u'l' 19 LM if lflgfjr,-'LV ,,J,3f-'-'S Pczrliamentarian '48-'49 . Q. 1' gy , ,A Pres. '49-'50 11 ' W' .dll Jw A31 Student council '49-'51 r Ll' " E ,X Sr. Class Treczs. '5U4'51 i!,fl'J S itll will lv, Women's Dorm. Pres. '50-'51 f . if s A H 1- fl -, , l ' l' 1" cw ' sf?J9"4fU.fU Mfg' 'il' 1' iff lg! .' A I H , l F! J f 7 I 5 ' x i A5159 Bob. Neva, and Ed dish out food for hungry seniors. CARLTON G. MEAD Chrislian Education Moody Bible lnslitule Elementary teacher QM- rfb! . Il .-rf' r 4 'W' rv' . . A .f ,M lf.: lx I? f I tg! 1. If I 'J ,,-5 'l , fij v ,, QVFN5 541' If ff! ye ., jj yr QICJ Lufg' ff - f'7' 5 1 , f ,Y In N ,gf J lf' 5 L" 1 W4 hf 1' ,if ul ' H . ff' Fw "- I M sy .4 If , . if v- Af' X su' L71 G7 Q, ly ' ,f-' W1-fl' 1 A I ff ff' ,' ,ff .1 -" 1' 'gy' 3, " W fr f - .Vw if f J if ,lf ,Q qrrgmrn G. 5aE13nYMfAN94,f ' ,X fy'-' Enqljshf' Q il L 'U ' f Sirhpson Bible Instilute '46 '48 1' English teacher , ,Ly I- . ,Jw ' ,M 1 Q "'f'lAmbassador Quartet Pianist '49-'SEM J 5 Q I ifpwu chi '49-'51, Pres. '50-'gl 3 1 ' " if Horizon '48-'51, Ed. '50-'51 :,. v 1 r will .Lf f J , f fl 1,1 xl 5 lr lx' L f l fl ff 1 f 11 xx, ,gh FLORENCE R. MORRIS Bible San Bernardino Valley College R.M.W. '49-'50 Housewife VINCENT I. MORRIS History San Bemardino Valley College R.M.W. '49-'51 Dallas Theological Seminary FREDERICK H. MUSSON Social Science U.C.S.B.C. S.M.F. '48-'51 Business DAVID NEEDHAM Social Science Mu Chi '47-'51 Treas. '48-'49 Fresh. Class Vice-pres. '47-'48 Soph. Class Soc. chr. f48-'49 W.C.S.A. Treas. '49-'50 Pres. '50-51 Dallas Theological Seminary ,1 . I J :-sewn . -fr is f .msg r 4 ' l ESTHER F. NADER English Taylor University '47-'48 3 S.M.F. '48-'51 A xg I. Corresp. sec. '49-'50 'f R.M.W. '49-'51 " in l.V.P.F. '48-'50 " iFisherrnan's club '48-'50 f' Mission field-Japan I. ,X 4 fr 'a r .4 . ,f V If 1' W V R' , is aaifza' gps 'Q 'ifsla Seniors concentrate in the quietness ol the library ESTHER G. OYER Christian Education Delta Chi '47-'51 S.M.F. '47-'51 Ass't. Dining Hall mgr. '49-'51 Citadel '49-'51, Ediioif '50-51 Make-up editor '49-'50 Mission field-Hawaii ELEANOR M. PEARSON Chemistry R.M.W. '49-'51 W.A.A. '48-'51 Ir. Class Soc. chr. '49-'50 Citadel '48-'49 Housewife, Mission field RUSSEL PEET Social Science "W" club '47f'5l Sec. '48-'49 R.M.'W. '47-'48 Mu Chi '47-'50 Soc. Chr. '48-'49 Ministry EDWIN I. POTTS English Mu Chi '49-'51 Ir. Class Vice-pres. '49-'50 Horizon '48-'51 Citadel Editor '49-'50 Dallas Theological Seminary LEWIS M. ROBINSON Psychology Dallas Theological Seminary ROBERT O. SCHOFFSTALI. Chemistry U.C.S.B.C. '49"5O Ambassador Quariej '46-'49 Alpha Epsilon Chi '46-'48 R.M.W. '46-'47 "W" club '47-'51 Medical missions FAITH N. RUDY J, -fl I Music if , P dena City College '46-'48 4 R.M.W. '49-'51 ' ix if .fl f Iudiciary '49-'50 V !tjyrf9Women's Assoc. Pres. '50-'51 . - Delia Chi '49-'51 ' Mission field Ugfpf wi Q f r f MM, M gi I Lfzg R. SHEFF!EI.D ' Bible W.C,S.A. Ch: Act. chr. '50-'51 Xi Mission field-South America LUTHER O. SHENNUM Biology Pacific Luiheran College '47-'50 Flying club '50-'51 Mission field IUNE SMITH Christian Education Pi Epsilon Chi '46-'51 W.A.A. '46-'48 Choir '46-'48 Fisherman's club '47-'51 Mission field-Cuba or South America HELEN G. SHIRES Psychology Pasadena City College '47-'49 R.M.W. '50-'51 Sr. Class Sec. '50-'51 Pi Epsilon Chi '49-'51 S.M.F. '49-'51 Mission field LILLIAN I.. STEPHENS Psychology W.A.A. '49-'50 Vice-pres. '49-'50 Pi Epsilon Chi '48-'51 Women's Dorm. Pres. '49-'50 Women's Assoc. Vice-pres. '50-'51 Teacher ,aww - G, V , KM- J lv J-3,19 , Mfr 3.4.11 ,V ,. 1-1 f Ln.L1AN A.S'1'ONE fa, 1 iff V -. Music CQFMLQZ ,?,4.:.'L1ff? San Dieqo State '47-'48 J P J Q, ,vffv Dorm. Sec.-Treas. '48-'49 9"iy'4"'ff,,,i'9 ffifyya' Pi Epsilon Chi '48-'51 ..4if.!Lfff'fLfi" 24? f':P2f41gi4'Li.+Ef,J- Soc. Chr. '49-'50 I, ML! M I- .gi Ag, 4 QW, Women's Assoc. Vice-pres. '49-'50 fefyhf' iff' 'L9'Q'1E' ff? W.c.s.A. sec. '50-'51 55 fwwgf, 4, Teacher V' Q, 2 U ,A my ijfffizifd-ff Ef'41fV?'Fi1'f H 14' M. LOUISE WILTON English Pi Epsilon Chi '47-'51 Pub. chr. '48-'49 Pres. '50-'51 Ir. Class Sec. '49-'50 Citadel Lit. editor '48-'49 Horizon '49-'51 Feature editor '50-'51 Mission field W,f5?f2g,,ffp::L,f3,.2:gL-fi V ' J ,fn ., , ff. ,gd 'fCfvi,45e:..'?:J:'fV4rU -2-90" yggsfymf 'ff M fm ? f-uw 1 an-5,13 t5.fi,,.ir---if ff' -if t K-If M- fijggg,4,5lff.' if fill " f lx LOIS I. STONER Biology Pasadena City College '47-'49 S.M.F. '49-'51 Pi Epsilon Chi '49-'51 Teacher H Es ,J , + Q 2. 2 ss 2- F Y Miss Sheeley explains cx new principle to listening seniors. 2 X . X I , V :- . I .1 .n , . ,,m,,., 1,411 - -1 .W YJ ,. , zu ,Z-,t ' -,f.,p:1'f.7n. 'fa .Q Mm if 'J .ff 4 V, It N-Q Al lx' YH. G Eu j.. 1. , . ' f, J - ,,,A,,v .,: S ' .ll . ,EJ ., , ,. ,. X-V G -If, l JU AEJ 1.11-?AY.,,1:3' , .lr 1 , J " ' u-I O ww' Mffww fiwnwgbwfwjt i it j pw- yfiffg 1 MLK' ,Lf Md!! f U f If r it ' Q, 'U ' Mm 0 J 52.-f' IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: lI.eft to riqhtj L. Bernison. president: I. Lindquist, " secretary: R. Andrews, social chairman. iSecond row lelt to rightj H. Gerlach. devotional chairman: D. Gibbs. vice-president: Mr. Fisher, adviser. -1 In preparation to serve as next year's leaders, the junior class has gained experience by holding both major and minor offices, and by observing the present administration in operation. This year the juniors cautiously observed every movement of the seniors in the hope of being close on the trail of the seniors when they snuck. Conscious of being shadowed, the seniors posted a note stating that the seniors sneak every Week. W'hen the juniors were completely off their guard, the seniors snuck. The juniors too late to chase them, retailiated with a steak fry at Oak Park. Contrary to Westmont tradition, the Iunior-Senior banquet was re- placed by a very informal party in the Early American vein. Unique, was the silhouette portrayal of the devotions which carried a missionary emphasis. ROBERT L ASBELI. RUTH A. ANDREWS THEO F. ASCHSENBECK 24 gap J J Qi ,,,. ' L J2 Qgsfl, Lu!!! .2 I V J L I 'I 47 0 nf P I-J f if at L3 ,f fm- get if ' - WN fy fgf? l G ,f2vJg' ya wks . graft L off J Y. W if" ,jf S' f fy 6 w wily X u UI3 3, 'Rf LYNN nr:1fNl1Lsc?N A,. ' KJV. V7 if 'ff W W W' 1 A af 2 jfRvf3fiffY9' 1f yfigjg TQ. jf' 'K 3 43 wwf J 'Biff Iunyy 'iw' jf 5, H, f .3 ITL., ,, -227: -. QEQFWQ Agfa BEVERLEE M. BURNS RICHARD W. CHAMBERLAIN HAYDEAN BUTLER " BONNIE I. CAMPBELL M:gMQ. 0 ALBERT 1.. coma NELLAMAE 44 'aff A Q ,, - ,., -,.. , --f v :ez ' is D X. 1. 5 AW in 241.5-H RICHARD D. ELKINS . mg,w:.:g 41 WAYNE M, DQUGLASS I. MAUREEN ERICKSON HARLAN R. GERLACH Di 2 '+ .ff fi' ,, , Qty jg 4' i , pi, V X xx i- D ft. JSE A E FERN P. PHY 1- l ,. -' RICHARD C. GIBBS Iuniors '52 N"'-yx -M su OWEN L. HOLLINGSWORTH MARGARET L. HOOK WILLIAM IACKSON GORDON E. HUSSEY 4i ' DAVID c. IMBACH 46 ELEANOR KINGMAN KENNETH X. KIMBALL an iwwfwm. Qgwm Jkxwjigm MMA is-ZLL, fin C. IOY LINDQUIST IOHN S. MACH SYBII. R. MYERS KEN. mu M' w ss W as VIRGINIA B. MEGARGEE .0 . A ., ig E23 1gi- 101-IN G. MEHAFFEY f 41, f .. A. WAYNE NELSON 4 Iuniovs '52 WILHELNHNE R. NIELSEN T-Tm X DONALD L. OBENDORF RICHARD D. PATTY fEW'f1yfp?fV f' " .f 'J V ,J 5 Vif' ,U TL W1ffffWA 'Lf"fff?'7?f' W M J - gwffy7ff:ffff'T M' M. SUE OZZELLA f - -Q H , A ,I M A Lk , J, xx. si ggmgy-ig? 'Wing M an A my ,Mn . MARTHA A. PATTERSON 48 FRED L. SANBORN PAUL I. REMLAND .L 1 1 . 2 V - Fx. - SHIRLEY Y. STONE IAMES A. SHELTON BETTY L. VAN HORN N -1 f LUTHER C. TIDWELL - ? 2. I I ' -, X-. . -. - - X'ii?Q ,U,, 0A H Q' . "'lf"i5':Q.-Lf-fs.,fri .," ' f" ... ,,,,i ' . r ,-1 B, w. aa H Q sf W? sf if E? LAWRENCE L. THAYER VIRGINIA M. WALTON SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: tSeated left to right! I.. Murray, devo- tional chairman: L. Ferguson, president: F. Davis. secretary. tStandingJ R. Shore, treasurer: F. Neth. vice-president: V. Phillips, social chairman. CNot pictured! Mr. Hieronymus, adviser. - g s It we Ill 1-WIT 1 -.SS - 1 wx: ef - i Z Q 1 ll in pt-nm, pue- .H 5 In "That We might be to the praise of his glory," Ephesians l:l2, expresses the earnest desire of the sophomore class. With every function and idea centered in this verse, the class has been of real spiritual and social value to the school. Unified in purpose and number, the sophomores suc- cessfully carried out the freshman initiation. The boom- ing voice of "Big Brother" suppressed many of the freshmen proletariat desires to defy initiation regula- tions. The major undertaking for the class was the February banquet, "Cherry Blossom Festival." The use of in- cense, Iapanese lanterns, and oriental music coupled with the partial dramatization of the "Mikado" created a very real Oriental atmosphere. .WW fp V1 if vw mn gs f E-sg DORIS R. ANDERSON BEVERLY K. BEAUMONT fefili . S I wi Hzilah, God Ei NAVAHO nihoka dineh t'a.i'yisi ayoayo'hi'go bafmh Biye' t'ala'i bayiicin'- igi y6niltif1h,t'a-Hai'-dah bodlarfigi Gi do a'dodii11 dah flidih hol'ago inah hwia ho-dok-EL CHARLENE L. ALLEN mail L. DWIGHT ANDERSON El? BARBARA A. BEYER . pt! ,I 1 M335 EVANGELINE M. ANDERSEN A.. ms QV? LOIS E. BLACK 5' Q XS U E55 3 51 I P w o- x A n E u ?J5TSJ3D8S?5JW2D9K-Vlsl, M Qbrlcoplga ,:0DYy11awQ.w1,' :JB-.saayooq bnqmam "'8S'DS: a'500f"f'i'S?5'm" f3'9'CWE 'QM lVl 5.-'IBJJRKETTI IR. 0426? mv au. CREW j, ,WMM W W Mfr" HJ. 31+ M 55 F '99 J, 5' QPJHYQ 5 wbvwv fwfiE? iiw sf gf' f3W'?m'3?f fQiW3 ' 5-mf fig MARGEHY A. CARLSON af A " 1 0 wfiq v' 'iff' mf ,puff MARILYN 1 DANIELSON J . P 4 ,. av lover: Q'V.,,r' s,-'xv' .baggy o 5 wr 6 WZ , .1 iffy ..,, 1 -M .. og -'::':': ii " '-"'a'a'imFYW57 Q Wgmiiii - U37 ,M My a L4 :-ii M 5 , , . , wma P. rzcxnrznc QWWQ' f4V x .xi ,., ' ' I 'iifigg . New ' fr nuvms H. Dxcxson , 5 H!" IP' Sophomores FZ M Iywfm' I .1 M Sir' ff'QfykY0 If KD BEVERLY A. ELLS HEBREW '-ns -gn:--:a aww-nz: 1:-His :arm rl: -:Q .gy fm. af ss 5 A. LORNE R. FERGUSON IOHN B. FLETCHER P? .WS fiw Iwfgg ROBERT H. FRENCH HARVEY GEHMAN W A W M .gf PHYLLIS I. GIFFORD 'Ins' 8513 'puasrx 5: ,mb '-vnvn 1:1 mb 1-rv nbw 'mms H: IOHN B. FLEISHER ms. . . ., F Q. ms 5 sf ss ss -2. WILLIAM E. GARDNER PATRICIA M. GRIFFIN 53 NORWEQIAN Ib! fan hater Gub zlftct Bcrbcn, at bun babe: glbrt. '59-' Iln San bm ccnbaarnc, pan bet at bxicr ben, Irish troq ma bam, ifk Bal fortabcbpmcnsbdbe et nalgt Slb. sv, Cs-P 8y. :ips .Sh f f.- g:1 . .- Qi Q, L. .,, W X., E xg .or QP 54 B. WILLIS HARDER 1'- 3: H NANCY P. HANSEN Ufwv ' yvd BEVERLY M. HALL 5555? nz ,R E 5 VIRGINIA T. HOYLE nonnnr I-'.H1-ZINKE ,X E. ww EDWARD L. HAYES sw. W 9 X 'H M EL' .HE F :Z , -Wigan mf H xg .,.-.-. z wgiwm Q :i:,::f , -:.: M Q gg . A gg W E B X gg . wg A -' - . M- -1? Si w ' 1 -L X . Q E i f DOEUKLD B. IONES ,wp L CARL A. IENSEN .vii tl? ! ff' L LOUISE E rvrznson 5 Wg? A55 QEJIWQ ' Soph Hug veas Q53 fy. RECIE R. KINGSLEY DANIEL K. mam M La RNE I.. LeROT?J 6253 wgffgl' f M Maw ARABIC- lvl ,ff -5, ,r,o.n L-P ,6 4,5 L.XLj.x,,55P-jk-.!Xi.uX.'Q,.,-U.:QiQI ,wa ,vw 1 f .3j,3x ggxaggs CONNIE M. LOUVAU MZ? FREDERICK NETH. IR. L. VINCENT MAYELI. Q A. Lois MURRAY ...M-xg N 32. ., MARION L. PATTERSON WALTER T. PAULLIN 55 FIJI Ni sa lomani fra vaka ko na Kaloufifa kai vuravurzi, me solia. kina. na Luvena. e dua bauga. sa vakasikavi, me kakua ni rusa lgo yadua. sa. vakabauti koya, me ra rawata. ga na' hula tawa mudu. EWTHi?Q'E"?5 5? SE-353552 W FE ALEDA M. nm-IM fi S 1.. Prm.1.1ps 4 W MARILYN n. Pr-:Anson W , N Ap Q W I Wg f DONALD C. RUTLEDGE Waf? ff? My 471' MARY IO asm W ,LJ '7 jidhw arf ' .M 26 j5ff.G'7 nonmrr rx. sHom-: + M gpfgzfii pid cr:cu.z smncmnr .f W V Gin 'A A mcx sc:-nvnm' 9 QQ. Sophomores 51 M 56 Mzxnsansr L. SMITH WILLIAM L. TESCHER WWE H, Ffh f . wf'fm13sf. iw, , .. ,A 5 5 5 53? A W N it ws 69: S ,.. Q' :fm-: :.:'- fm . 2 wah.. :5:,4:E:.,.:.:,,:. J. ,. ROBERT E. STEINER WANDA A. WAGNER ,X . J X ' f' f E . A jf!! S M: ptrrpgtirp ,C U jf I A , a I , AIA W, I, , .UL 11,1 aj V iff? ,ffl hu.. WJ! I V' MJ., 1' ffl U f L' V-I fvrii' rn 1 I W ,f F5 0. L ,' VU xjfwz hflfi Ark! WKYLFI. UVLP 'V jj W X' ' nf .U ' 5' by . 55,311 U, P If IN W, fQ,,,g: JJ'-fb,L5NA,w W U,,VV1I.I.LgMl?.WII.LAHD - 41, ,L ,- I , nf Lf 1fj,K,f Af U QA' A .LA of V f 1 V W P - . A f A W ff Mfww E M E ,, f 1- fp w ,A 'J 1 Af ,, ' 2 .fAAA A I aww! 71-.V U "av KWL 1 Tu f vdkjb' Wg, ! all ng I X , ' uw ,s'1Lf!,., , A.g'L'1zQj - 5. X ,, . RUSSIAN 16. H60 'ran no3mo6m1 Bon' nntp, 'rro organ Cuua Cnoero emmopqgxnoro, 115651 Bcmcuii, Bepyzonmii nHe1'o, H0 norn6, no maen xcmmr. newnylo. HENRY C. STEWART N wsam 1 ' - ak E ,1 + ,, H' . ' ::: .:.:. .:-:-was U X ., l gg H .. . , . n t . ni Q -' -1 - ,. - :E we -E Er, A N. .. 1.1 .- 2 pm -- 7 L 3, . , . gig :., 2: H sg. E Tm L L 1:1 5 ri 1 -fa g., -:- H N A wi' Q L 5 g KT ' if!-" iii H H1 3 4 .3 4 S Q E L W H H - 2 fl -. -.-- -Aw ---- xg ,-1 .. . 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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: tSeoted left to nghtl M Masters, secretory: D. Lagasse pr sxdent tstundmql B Howe. devotional chairman: I. Sxtes social chamncm C Thorsell. vice-president. I fl? www my ,,, ' pf .P OP ,JA st . i X iw, I ' 029, lhb If 1- ,V l X 1 ' 4 .5 ' , -.-, im V- ' : : I ' 'K' III' A. MARLENE BAnx1.ow novo P. BAZANT CEIIIA L. BARBER ROBERT D. BECK DICK N AUDREY I. CLARK H. WILLIAM IOHN B. CREW L? , laik 'WWM mam E DAVIS W 5 M4' Gunnar DUDDERAR IR xl -. ,fri 2.-affx. 59 29 ,MQW ,WW-V 'ji QW! Wg? MMMW WW Q ff AW pf .wfjfj .yifyjlf W WW af' fg Q mm. Wjgigyp. M. mm Hmm ffrf ? if ff' Q!, sCIA . QIAHDE qv' . . ' ' W9 ' ,P W l if-ll gl? W9 xfgl . YES '52 Z chip 131 lg- H' , 'QQQ 4 3 54 iii? ' 'Z 6"".x. . :.. . ,, wil. H 99" 9 .9 of Y 5 , ,w ,ff :I m mwgwgm Jf pn-mn n. 1-mnmzn 2 ' - ' Y wmmm 1.. Hnnvm ' 41 so Q55-Sw .WW .MM F I, :5,,:3j , res men gg? ,I . fi' bu Zp avv 7"'9f 4?M ., ,f , f ' , P 1 F922 ..,.,. QQ W .1 9 ff' KW! 45117 ' ,. " Nah if - v14.f' .. ..... -. . ' . -2:..,2:: .s,,,.,, ,, I 4.7 5 - E, MN an .. ......... 3 A-:xml ... :-.-:-: M . . w ..-.: .V , . N A H ,, mga I sms! 2 W WM ,V IM, H H V3 4 f" X Q54 ff ,gl RAYMOND C. HONNAS P1-m.L1P 1-1. HOOK M STANLEY G. HOLLINGSWORTHLJ " AV' 1 ,,,. CHA LE E D. HOWE I nm w . ,Q : W. I --:.,-: .lk I AVIA M H N N 1 f ' -2- D ' Za zl: ' . ,.,.,. " ily f D- -.,., . ::: ' --::': -' ,. 'nab :gig N , .ZW P D D D W' ,:A, . . - ' zl' ..,- , ., .:. 3 x .2 if ' . -f J x ANCE5 C. IOHNSO IA s ' , 2-f?,,.i4v -.w4f4M"' ' Q . '. ,,,,.,,,.,,.Q,pJ 4:4-aaudav , s ROBERT H. HOWE 5 ,QAQL . ' ff ,ggg " :" " . T W Q '3 fl Qwgw - iam . HAROLD I.. LENNINGTQN 4 , f 'f 1 DAVID E. LAGASSE W. KERFOOT gd V HOWARD W. KRIEMAN 1, QQ ,r'h -mrwrm-w m- 5 Q..-5v, ....gs au- gl I H '- 1 ....,.,4,., H HN L? I, V, . .5 :a ml 1, -mf , .. lg m 84 BH J M BE B Y M U' ', 2: .Mag Q'Pf"'7 wg H ms :Q mmf. MSS H- - fw ..wg.m1W.3:fg , BW? gg. . , W . .. . 5-,M 5 . H w g.. SEQ: Sig WW . ,,..,. . Hwgwi ' ., . ':' -4-F :': " .'EEE3IEE55i 'E:EEE ,. y w my I' ' 7' OSCAR H. LINDQUIST Q ,vfwfjjjgppgfj m W?WW W ' WMM2 i:fMf M QW W WK? 3 he Q f I HELEN c. McGLYNN Gonnou N. Mcmmu an-fd lv-N' PM J- fri' Manuss A. LOCKWOOD M0 I-Y A- MASTERS ' Q 13 Q A 1 W ,Z ' C12 ' ... Q Nu N I Q J Ayr I STUART A. MOLILYDUA' A E255 RUTH A.'MERRII.L ' MAL. Mom fJ"ff1Ei5fk?q5 i1. n g 52Mff' 93' I FMR bl A fgf :zi -'. ' :EE I .,. 40 tr - if BI N :lf 2. I IOHN B. MORGAN A fwfr C. PAUL X W -JA if WW f 62 Www M FRANCIS R. NEWBERN RALSTON E. PATTERSON NJN wb. ww 3wY?1lQ.3g,,j wVPTKf Dpi QVIXMVQQSQR? xr. J,,sv-'Ag -3- QXVJW' rs., -.-m1"k DAVID W. NEWELL BILLIE R. NICHOLS BARBARA I. PARKER E 1 if Q NANCY L. QUENTEL STUART RICHARDS 5 W Reis Q, E h .3 ix' 125 .xl Q-all no o'rHY L.ROO'1' 'L ' . ' be X 95- Ne' A 1oAN srrz 'gh' SJW! xii: Riff 'YES if fw5wf51f'fW ff: vf ' WW ZQQR Qggsg 35? pf' xfvfi If lf'-fT:5?iEi'Exa- fu-4 WANDALEE A. SMITH RICHARD A. STOWELI. GERALD G. swA1M 0' JOAN C THOMPSON CLIFFORD R 'rl-IORSELI. , ,., , A2 4. 651444 ' via" 9 Y MARILYN R. TAYLOR .david IAMES W. THORSELL pol' 765-1 J'-45"'N 'LXM4 7-1'5" ' 9551- 'lgf:fg":iR J' M ,M we mm: ,L fwmxm' h W 9 h,d ARA E. wn.soN J A JJLQ- - 'W-MJP M" W .gp '24+Lw...,.J-QW ff! W fff,ffq A 64 .A X ALBERT C. WITT HELEN D. BAZANT ,faSQh9x4Zifl aq?ggkmuwWv wwf iw! H. RUSSELL WOODWARD Special MARGARET E. HAY WILMA MURRAY zu 1-'nnnv N. YAGY 15 Students ,w-ki W-aiu? IVA A. YARNELL 1 ROBERT BRADFORD BERNARD OLSEN 21 Ei ANNA M. ROBINSON 22.553 Westmont's various student organizations have provided us with supericgbpportunities for leadership, fellowship, and cul- tural qrowth. Thelitierary societies have fostered Within us an ap- preciation of music, Eerature, and art While participation in deputation teams has loeffxezaxequipped us to carry forth the gospel. Those with journalisticbalqties have learned to express themselves effectively "KX 'I' in the Horizon and the Citadel. Xi-4. so ,feigsg -X -gsm' r Others have found an outlet for f .,.A ff Z5 their musical talent in the 'x 1 -'-' 5 rally band, choir, or in other ,,,4 .,:.' 5' H musical groups. All of these have aided us in our prepara- X ,,,, gf-i,'f,Qfag '.9l'i1 " .7583 lu tion for His field of service. ' " "-.-- A ' 'E W li- 'I' '- ' tx ' as-is .,.,. if -1. -,,,4- ,. , .' . , nf--' . -1 1'- X Xl ' V . 'x X "But if we walk in me iight, as he is in the iight, X. we have fellowship one with another . . ."-I l0h1'1 127 'x X. l0rg ni: Egg? Z 'FEE ai , za . CITRDEL R ALPHA EPSILON cm QMBQSSQDOR QUQR T LAESTMONT umm R RRI. MISSION UIORKERS N, L fs? M .Hi .9 fa x' 'A ' -R ..?5g. Lvg4 . ,f,.'RM?g91x-ww N gk , " , fskmikf-Q4 .X A ,-. . W , Q R - 'TYMQ M " 55.4 1 v Q Fw? S E 2 A N ,S M Q' 'A 3 ' A we R. gk .Ri 5 3 1 is -,1- z V A ,, 7: X AESfQSVu :ii 9 -3 Q ., .,,. A Q H S522 liternry Societies N Q "EQ gas slvx-E wr: QV! -,Q fr Qi Q 'mass s'-ss-X: fflli Fjpflf C I ' ,...' I, -.N IV 2 . .wlgfk kai ' 5- . - I :4 -. ll f,r,"vi' L-E MU CHI OFFICERS: lSeated left to riqlxtl S. Ellisen. secretary: D. Gibbs. vice-president: G. Merryman, president: R. Kincher. pro- gram chairman: Mr. Hubbard. adviser. fStandingl K. Carpenter. social chairman: I. Fletcher. treasurer: I. Mace. publicity chair- IIC!!- s sefmdwbwm s -ens- ws-:Q is Inf DELTA CHI OFFICERS: iSeated leit to rightl P. Gifford. publicity chairman: R. Butler. treasurer: N. Glaser. president: E. Crew. vice-president. lSiandinql M. Reid. parliamentarians B. Hall. secre- tary: M. Acord. program chair- man: E. Whitaker. social chair- man. V if .1.. 5 4. -z rr .7 Q, x PI EPSILON CHI OFFICERS: lSeated left to riqhtl Mrs. Hub- bard. adviser: M. Danielson. pro- gram chairman: I.. Wilton. presi- dent: R. Ching, treasurer: A. Bauman. vice-president. lStaud- ingl I. Lindquist. secretary: A. Rohm. parliamentarian: V. Ellis. sergeant-at-arms: M. Hook. social chairman. ALPHA EPSILON CHI OFFICERS: lSeated left to right! F. Neth. vice-president: V. Phillips. secretary: I. Beaumont. president: E. Hayes. parliamentarian: D. Martin. social chairman. lstandinql Mr. Fisher. adviser. mot picturedl G. Beaumont, program chair- man. ,X- wx- gb. 5 ' i f 3 ". .. "ll '..5.z,.x Vp r -' iff MUSIC COUNCIL: tSeated left to right! S. Hollingsworth. instrumental: I.. Wil- ton. choralg L. Stone. music maior classes. tstandingl D. Iones. non-music maior classes. Music RALLY BAND: tFirst row, left to rightl Davis. Nader, M. Hook. Borqe. Witt. Walker. tSecond IOWI B. Howe. presi- dent: E. Crew. librarian: Carpenter. Newbern. I. Crew. tThird rowl P. Hook. assistant manager: Gerlach. Morgan. manager. tStandingl Martin. B. Beau- mont, Yarnell. Lennington. Fi CHOIR: tCenter trontl C. Howe, librarian: Rutledge. tFirst row. lett to rightl Dalton, I. Smith. Lockwood, Montano, Kingman, Rudy. devotional chairman: Murray. Hansen. Clark. Hall. Whitaker. Campbell. tSecond rowl E. Hayes. Wilton. Borqe. Quentel. Nielsen. Black. robe custodian: Yarnell. secretary: Stephens. social chairman: Nader. Fackrell. Camper. t'l'hird rowl S. Hollingsworth. B. Howe, Witt, D. Anderson. I. Thorsell, Fletcher, Iensen, Guedes. Swaim. Patty. president. -L,-. ,-3" a 'xk5m""' v NINE NOTES: lI"irst row, left to riqhtl I.. Stone, C. Barber. M. Pearson. lSecond row! B. Beaumont. E. Roxstrom. C. Ben- son. Cfhird rowl M. Rod. D. Anderson, R. Kingsley. AMBASSADOR QUARTET: KSeated left to rightl D. Anderson, first tenor: B. Camper, pianist: P. Remland. bass. lStcmdingD S. Hollingsworth. second tenor: I. Fletcher. baritone. WESTMONT QUARTEI: lClockwise from extreme lettl D. Laqasse. bass: E. Hayes, second tenor: D. Rutlege, tirst tenor: I. Thorsell, baritone: I. Shelton. pianist. , 1 . .x ,,:1" .1 r .' 7 1 'bg A3 rjfff' W 4-L:i"f7:y"gVu uf ' ll X ly" 1 ix Lf 5 .p-- "JJ S:.M.F. DEPUTATION TEAM: lSealed lefi io flqhil A. Clark. E. Roxsirom. A. Bauman. standing, S- mlmen- F- Rudy, H. Gerlach, L. Ferguson. Student Missions Fellowship S.M.l". OFFICERS: fseaiedl Mr. Seger. adviser. lslanding left io righil I. Mehaifey prayer chairman: L. Ferguson. ireasurer: E. Roxstrom, social chairman: F.. Hayes publicity chairman: F. Farny. corresponding secretary: B. Golike, presideni: F. Fry recording secretary: S. Ellisen, deputation chairman. lNoi pictured! O. Hollingsworth program chairman. 1 1 R.M.W. OFFICERS: lSeated left to right! D. Imbach. treasurer: D. Patty. president: R. Kincher. publicity chair- man. KStandinql S. Myers. devotional chairman. B. Hess. A.S.S.U. mission- ary: E. Nader. secretary. FLYING CLUB: lSeatedl W. Doug lass. President: M. Eckberq. QStand ing, B. Golike. vice-president: G Hussey. treasurer: L. Shexmum secretary: L. Mayall. Mr. Vosbiqian adviser. lNot picturedl L. Tidwell operations manager. FIS!-IERMEN'S CLUB OFFICERS: U-elt to right! B. Willard. tract chair- man: F. Iohnson. second semester president: H. Shires, secretary-treab urer: N. Hansen. music chairman: R. Patterson. vice-president: M. Patter- son. second vice-president: T. Asch- enbeclr. first semester presidentg Mr. Seger. adviser. 7? 2. WNGSQ -Q Bonnie. Gerry, and Miss Buck discuss possible news topics for the next issue of the Horizon. School Publications HORIZON STAFF: lSeated left to riqhtl N. Glaser, copy edifor: L. Wilton. feature editor: Miss Buck. adviser: G. Merryman. editor: B. Campbell, managing editor. tStandingl I.. Berntson. advertising manager: B. Beau- mont. M. Hay. S. Hollingsworth. N. Dalton. I. Shelton. B. Willard. sports editor: E. Nader. R. Honnas. Evelyn and Aleda admire the iine detail of Iohn's most recent drawing. .ww CITADEL STAFF: lStandingJ I. Mace. art editor: D. Chamberlain, business manager. tSeated clockwise! M. Lock- wood, A. Witt. E. Oyer. editor: A. Rehm. literary editor: M. Smith. C. Seargeant, secretary: R. Andrews, E. Roxstrom. make-up editor: D. Mark- ham, I. Yarnell. photography editor: M. Reid. fNot picturedl Mrs. Moores. adviser. r . x X ,.-I 1,4-""6 Mrs. Moores looks approvingly at Esther-'s rough sketch for another Citadel page. Often We turn our attention from books and scrawled lecture notes to the fhqiliy activites offered by Westmont. Participating in student governhierit, serving on banquet committees, and singing in the Christgrnas oratorio have enriched our personal lives as well as benefited our fellow students. Other activities such as rnen and Worrfeds open house, which was is characterized by rollicking .xx x hilarity, added a touch of gaiety xi'-X X Q, to student life. ln every activity " fin we have felt His f ltgfaiji X6 - X pfesence 1' .,t, f with l -!"aRWw. ,ff .Jill - ' fu-- FMF' ' -i- .f C. : at 1 ""' fx ..-- 1 5 i Ur yr - Qi, xfx 7 A 'i-. Q -..., ' X 'H-,4 X-7454-'ff' fy ' K ' .. Y' , f- .Q . 1' -4-Z--' X :.- ,, , g- .V I H, Q X xl 'x XX "In everything ye are enriched by him . . ."-I Corinthians 1:5 . 'x 'x X. 'x O I ,1 raw , Mmfqf ,,,W:f Allmwqwf W A M ,w,M...Ww Mwmwf W - ww, X, Qg1nssgu-,-,1.- 4- WM M , Y., Q :'fnjoAy-5,59 V Md,-V A. W A glif' .V-za-1i'fff'5N'5'w5' fe- .,,,4gfxsf+Q'1'?' :ia . ' l..,,'w' .4-.41.w.fJ,Eg:f5 ' fr . V ., 6 1 Q gags" Lf ,, U' - sw-"N E'1i:f,' 4 , . .,q5,,,:f1u' in ' affix 'f3'f'3--- r . W " f-:fl ,. QA LY wiping- fl-'35,wr:u..' ,..L,,p.. .. ,.N. f,,- ..,,.Q.,... Q, :Q--sq-m.,w, ,5 Mcjgh j -ff - A X- . , 1, A 35535-1-.' ' ' HQs4,, +'-ww'fwsaAfrw1m,,.,,,W, , . . , I .4 af Ma. - ' , ff,-X. 'L' fm-Q -- ww X: ., M . ., ff 1 W W ,gy -- vm ' 's ,, A ll ge, . 554 Q 5 , Bw fgwk V! f1,I1 -62? X!! 9 Q.: 4 i If 'v :ag M 'YS ' I as fe ig, " wi-. Q1 5 X D A P 1 7 gs! Q 1 ' ,fs ig. ' gd , gflkzpigxg Nw s 54 '4 wif. , ? J! 75' af. ixi is ,L .:. ' nu-mx E . .-qs' . 5 gwg DAVID NEEDHAM, president. Student Government H eww .., 'fyias New H-is at i g 415554: iii W.C.S.A. OFFICERS: tSeated leit to right! I.. Stone, secretary: F. Farny. WH, ' treasurerg D. Needham, president: D. Obendort, vice-president: C. Benson, C social chairman: F. Rudy. second vice-president. CStandinqJ I. Beaumont, rally chairman: R. Sheffield, Christian activities chairman. if Fm 'K H' BEER A H sg Y- W.. STUDENT COUNCIL: iSeated' left to right! I. Moores, E. Whitaker, F. Rudy, S. Myers, I. McClenathen, D. Markham, R. Butler. Standing! Dr. Wright, E. Hayes, P. Hook, D. D. Elkins, E. Potts. L:-fry' I lg if-N' , ' . ' ' . ,, -. 3 i gf' 5- 4 ' - Q '71,-," ' 1 4 M ' ' r 1 5 -. r u..f.. f ' 1 ' ' Q, 'si N. ,! f- It --.,,,,'M,,.." , 5, Q 9 .Q-3312? ct: 2 . MQ.: 325, . s A wg. :!-"ting ,A. ., -Q 1 "1 . X. -x-'-Q' 25541. " 'Q ,-5,.,E5-znmftf. H, A 41 4. 5, , gt, - ' " ' '5 'Ls. if ' X .155-4, Jig. WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: iLeit to right! L. Stephens, vice-president: S. Myers. devo- tional chairman: F. Rudy, president: B. Campbell. secretary-treasurer: V. Ellis, social chairman: Miss Wolif, adviser. MEN'S ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: !SeatedD Dr. Ryrie, adviser: D. D. Elkins, president first semes- ter: V. Phillips, social chairman. QStandingl F. Neth. president second semester: K. Carpenter, secretary: S. Ellisen. devotional chairman. lNot pictured! G. Beaumont. treasurer. STUDENT IUDICIARY: tI.eft to rightl F. Morris. R. Cleveland. chairman second semester: E. Pearson, I. Mace. A. Bauman, secretarY- Df- Wright. adviser. lNot pictured! D. E. Elkins. chairman first semester. The audience chat and eat at t.he Homecoming banquet. "The God ol Creation." N 0 U God of Creauon Dr. Davidheiser waxes satiric in his explanation of evolution to Dick Elkins. ,A , . loyce and Lowell announce their engagement by singing of their love ior each other. , f y . - , , I ' ' Hgff'f R 3 f-15. Ili- 'Ai Sf Wm XX' ml , ,K J- 'I , ,F 5 H ' .fszfiq W QXVR n . -6 ,zmlmti w'-C UUSl get 1 z - Q .1 :ln 'Three little maids from school are we." Ken places a diamond on Rita's finger Iohn and Virginia iust after an- as me cm-min clown, nouncing their engagement. "Cherry Blossom Festival" The Mikado reads the acclamation of his son's death. 81 The audience response to the laculty dramatization ol "Take Me Home Again Kathleen" and "Genevieve" was one ol hearty laughter. J t N I X l r 472, Q . . . wif M nR0pen House yX OD Wm M Q A revelation ot the audience reaction to the f Barber Shop Quartet Contest. DJ g . I . 4, A 1 ' I ' f Y , Ai . l 7m if i f ' Q -9 .pd I W A I . , M . C. , Xitlpjgfi 1 I FEW! eww at M. Y 82 Two small monkeys and lour "African natives" brouqht the iunqle to the Westmont campus to win lirst place in the Barber Shop Quartet Contest. Cctherwood Hall, Meds Dormitory -ww as-,mn 14 wemw-fm :km-mf am mmm Xa uxw-mangas rl .-x1f.X1s.mvwsmn fi anim-in,-fwn 1 gf!-,fsmha vs w 3-82 KZNQV ES A Kgs Li M U if 1g.,mmy.wu, M Lima!! I1-f1- rsgg ,W ff U M gsgxg- an 3-gfmmfmlfu gxf-Wx mx- :xx V m1--fuL1- KQM1:-aku ,ilwwa-112m J'f--C15-'-xA-XV S1 E 441 z. ,rm ,-444541, Sq ?4 4 r.' 4 C' p- 1 .-B-if r 'W JMD, TW iaqgqsan 1, " if-AJ Y-hw .1 I, z Mwmxww KNM N 1 wx xx-A x v ,w Room seven proves that mon can, xl they want to :fs my gs Q A L mn ,w x K' X Marilyn Taylor accompanies Richard D. Elkins. baritone. as he sings. "The Big Brown Bear." General Concert Lillian Stone and Suzanne Borqe play Bach's "Adagio," a Double Concerto in C Minor. on two pianos. Faith Rudy leads the girls' triple trio in an arrangement ol "Lord, Speak to Me. That I May Speak." The choir and orchestra combine for Part ol the Christmas Orutorio. . Hubbard conducts the choir in the nual Christmas Orutorio at the First ethodist church. Christmas Concert The orchestra solos between two choir numbers. Womcn's Open House Emerson Hull. Women's Dormitory The audience sings lusiily as Icy leads "She'll Be Comin' Round Ihe Mountain When She Comes." IEW Complete with bleachers, home plate. and pop corn. room seven won first ,, place with their version oi "Take Me Out to the Ball Game." Members of room sixteen don spring iinery for the "Easter Parade." Iudges Needham. Lagasse. and Mayell keep time with the metronome as they announce the winning rooms. ' V u tl, A 4 ,Q TV: ' A-fy ' 5? X 1 All Westmont athletics took forward strides this year, but the basketball tebfkixwith its many victories and several near victories, thrilled lathe student body and disturbed opposing teams. Students andlfcxulty alike flocked to the armory to cheer the Warriors on to victoryllxflle clean-cut play of the team and the singing ot the alma nl er after every game testified ot our relationship to the Lord LXX "X and aroused much favorable Ni wgi- ,X comment. P. I , "iii .I .1323 "' . 5' . f- vffi nfl 5 X ffxxr My-s A Es:'K...TA?CFi :RN K d-,4 ..4.' -1-' .L '- -,,,-.- AAI, ' H, . -.rw . X . Q x X "And whatsoever ye do. do it heartily. as to N, the Lord. and not unto me."--Colossians 3:23 X X R I ipvk., Q J Hs U - N 5 Ax .LM-Q 5 -naw-1-1 in w -www 1 .Zi : 'bv-IE" am, ,em K5 N Ba ma- Ax ' v w V pr fm 4 v ,HJ 'ff -miie? -+1 s. wJ :QD-egf' ,Q me UQ fi 'W' :kwa " if H s-f fv .,g+ A '1v JSM M "Andy" Anderson. center Dick Gibbs. quard . ,.4 r. 1 'r - f ea 'M an fr.:.5'32't E ,fe-,ry WK? V 1 " safes ' M 1 wwfM3M1Met w Argus" fiyspmsxm .aw Cheerleader Recie takes a flip that leaves the audience breathless. Pasadena . ...... . Long Beach ..,,.,.....,..,,,, Calitornia Polytechnic La Verne ,... ....... Balboa .................,.,...... California Polytechnic Pasadena ...... ....... Long Beach .... ....... La Verne B sk is w s in-H -ja is sm .Megs .:-1 SH? - .-,,-.1 - gt .: - in me if Fi Xe 2,1 is-5 B Us susnww. is S ? sgjfmnszwn -sl X:---mm-sas '- -wz.,:,ss Q1 .,vg,.:.fm,.HM E Westmont Westmont Westmont Westmont Westmont Westmont Westmont Westmont Westmont Iohnny Crew, forward , 5 Www '-- Q, O JM ,ff .1,v'l.Ji+'V'5'5" ,U gh f' f f J LQ-if ef1lA8lGf1 ,A-QT! I Ill f J I fl 1 ,. . ' FE . 5151! ' s,d!f,aJ-"'L ,rj 1 V .idx frfd- ' E-,E M mr.,-5, L" Us , ' 1-j""' , QL fig" 'J . gui.- M, , Xi 1. L IK- H q Lk- if f 222' .,..3,f,v'-,.'.2tl-1? ,5AfgAw"" riwg - ,Q -1:1 1 ' ij? -..- v, -Q A . Fw fx!-.4 fab rxgf .5.f:,' ,QQ . 91 . . mf- ' NJ, ' , ,J :7'4-Wy' A ' f"" nf V fl f ' " ,SJ-fffV" lf? mV 24 V -. 4 -- I rf-f jft, 'fari Lab In J ' Y 1, '13-35,3-' 'J ' 1 - fc' 9V 7-F'?-'D , A 'BJ- . 'QAM K 1,1 ,F g gksfxf' f ,+L r ' - 3 xii' ' lg fl ,.f,Qvf7,'-Q , ., W ,fi I ,177 1 K7 K If V f nf Q., K f' ,vpi , r f- f. "Q F1 N rr .P-4.4 N. ,...'-41 .' 1' V' f J-f , ljlrziriggf-1 ff' ' A V -" xr . I ",.- ' --I ,f, sv fri 7. 4.5-11, , ,- , 5 ,574 'rj . .gf e A , , .1 Mr, f . , J .f ,,,. 'ri' .51 QJK. :,,f.!J mg-L' Phxl Hook. center , v,b.,'f '-' I ' I .,-:.,',,f ,312 1 L - ,f ,I 1' 'gA,"f C ' -, 5,1-' , dug- Y ,f H.: r, -- f 1 Nfxj'-34 .17 VA M. f 1, ' l P,-nj 7-' Anlfj K Q ,uf--1' i ' "W mr,-1 ' ' xr .1 31- .'L-'N-vw' f H . , .nz f A' " ,.fQ.1i42 U ., HN L , f tif N Ulf, :., I, Y, H., K .Anf'r-13' 'V fliff. f."A"'L- in-I Yw'!Hf"" ..Q-'?f,vJ V,fw'3f-Pr . J ,Av A en Carpenter, forward ,111 L ' iff ,1 Vigil A ' 1,71 5:1 LL ,- NNT 'P 5, K, D QL' Q ' 1- "1 K -J 4- . ,aff -'-' ' M 1' , LA' ,. fl- J.-"'IQ3r F ,513 V fmwgy '31, falgjfj ' iii" 'QS' .. M ' - - ..wv" .q1,a- MV fl I I A f, " ,fd :ff v 5, MT... , ,,-j ff aj Eng., B ' rw,.N at ' 15,9 1 , f Miff- n s e t n l l ,,,Q.,Q,ff- f A K - 35 ',-gp ' N 0 N-Vp! 1' , Dv Bill Willard, guard nf' Gibbs puts up the bull for another two poinis. Inn f '59 4' E 91 Don Rutledge. guard mmm-,fae,fMxq.j E '-,X A N11 , X 1 X 2 , 5 Z s xgwi X xww M L 'wx was n lm: H if K Q , s s .ska 1 Q 5 X 1, Malls ,hmwpx W, mm: - .gf-sf L1 aw. ww 1,-X: dx m " se gy .1 5 semi my - -E 11 um'B ms.x.T:-lan ms was HJSY 5'-in -r Em ,.,,g5Y ,T H 3-sw W',', M' .T , V M ,, E, 3, it M X, Q , , M , MW iw - ,ww .N 9 . Russ Woodward. :iorwurd Willard iumps for possession of the bull lim Shehon. guard o the b I for the Warriors in a iumpup. Bob Asben. guard f Y - ID- xx 3 1 , 0+ 1? ,L f -md M i pgJ,M ligflqrv' dn U 93 Johnny lltpl the discus in another outstanding effort for the Warriors. Crew and Captain Hayes top the low hurdles with grim determination. H- A 4 " ' 41 , .,,. . ' 1' F i ' , ' "'lf.m,..:1 i - " W -- ' ' .Y V 551 F'--Qs... , ' " 5' ' 'v ,t 'f-Zin F-uf: Tm ,""w -1.1. V .- -., J M A . .vi . .., , '- r M. 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Now He causes us to look beyond our oxvqn campus across the breaking white caps to the Chinese cooliebithe European scholar of philosophy, to the sun-tanned Ldt'T1xAmerican kneeling before 15. Latin American kneeling before XX? XX a cross-all without Christ. N- xx As we gaze on these dark con- in tinents He bids us go, for the brightness of His glory will j Q Q- g,Vjf"'f - U --W illurnine regions beyond . . mug ' ffqswf it .,.. -' ..... f ax -lam ' -A XX .. .X XX "I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is xx day: the nigh! cometh, when no man can work."-Iohn 9:4 'x X. looking to region ss .mmm pg W. M z-mm M N m I H H , rnjfikifgas ms mmm sm at N.. ,. an was ss 2? mamma ,nf . asa an an 1: sms mam ms Hmmm as swims ma is may mama mail -w- ss U V ... , . M nm. 'sq'-g3'1m-.-,am-:Q ,L 1-.1-A ,g 3 W H M V... 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Student Body Directory Acord, Mary-Lee .... 2270 W. 136th Ave., San Leandro, Calif. Andersen, Evangeline. .5621 Netherland Ave., N. Y. 71, N.Y. Anderson, Doris .......,.,.. 3701 Atlas Ave., Oakland, Calif. Anderson, Dwight, 2432 De La Vina St., Santa Barbara, Calif. Andrews, Ruth ........ 223 Bennett Ave., Long Beach, Calif. Asbell, Robert ,....... 9021 California Ave., Arlington, Calif. Aschenbeck, Theo. .................... Mountain View, Calif. Atkins, Phyllis .......,.... Rt. 3, Box 626, Watsonville, Calif. Baba, Harry ..........,, 2118 24th Ave. S. Minneapolis, Minn. Baker, Aneta ........ 813 Arguello Rd., Santa Barbara, Calif. Baker, Dale .......... 813 Arguello Rd., Santa Barbara, Calif. Baldridge, George. .2316 De La Vina St., Santa Barbara, Calif. Barber, Celia ............ 138 Arch St., San Francisco, Calif. Barklow, Marlene ...... 2644 Wakefield Ave., Oakland 6, Calif. Bauman, Anna .............,,........... Bazant, Helen ...... ..... Bazant, Lloyd .,,..... ...... Beaumont, Beverly .... . . . . .666 Walnut St., Winona, Beaumont, Eugene .... .... 6 66 Walnut St., Winona, Beaumont, Jay. . . Beck, Robert ---- .. ..... 666 Walnut St., Winona, . . - - - - -35625 85th St., Auburn, Box T. Nyssa, Ore 215 Hiatt St., Lebanon, Ore 215 Hiatt St., Lebanon, Ore Minn. Minn. Minn Wash Benson, Claryce .... .... 2 24 W. 136th St., Hawthorne, Calif. Berntson, Lynn ...,. ................... J acksonville, Ore. Beyer, Barbara ..... ..... R t. 1, Box 480, Camarillo, Calif. Black, Lois ....... ........ 8 300 Lyford, Detroit, Mich. Borge, Suzanne .,........... -.4-62 N. Euclid, Pasadena, Calif. Bradford, Robert .......... 259 S. Evergreen, Ventura, Calif. Burkett, Malcolm .... 2120 Mountain Dr., Santa Barbara, Calif. Burns, Beverlee .... 854 S. San Gabriel Blvd., Pasadena, Calif. Butler, Raydean ............ 1648 W. Nile Rd., Phoenix, Ariz. Callaway, Donald .......... 35 S. Nopal, Santa Barbara, Calif. Campbell, Bonnie .... .. .... Rt. 1, Box 437, Dinuba, Calif. Camper, William ..... .- .... P.O. Box 410, Chico, Calif. Carlson, Lowell ,... .................. B ox 517, Nlotus, Ida Carlson, Margery .................. 44 Pine, Los Gatos, Calif. Carpenter, Dick ...... 11215 Barman Ave.. Culver City, Calif. Carpenter, Ken ...........,.,...... Box 1000, Upland, Calif. Chamberlain, Richard. .405 S. Madison Ave., Pasadena, Calif. Chase, Betty ..................... Rt. 2, Box 85, Eugene, Ore. Chew, William .............. 150 Orange Ave., Goleta, Calif. Ching, Rose ..... .... 2 228 Makanani Dr., Honolulu, T. H. Clark, Audrey .... ..,... P .O. Box 394, Washougal, Wash. Cleveland, Ray ..... ..... 2 4-0 "J" St., Chula Vista. Calif. Wheatland, Wyo Ellison, Dorothy ..... ........ . 165 Douning, Denver, Colo. Ells, Beverly .................. Rt. 1, Box 116, Yacolt, Wash. Erickson, Maureen ........ Rt. 2, Box 542, Oregon City, Ore. Fackrell, Loraine .......... 6218 Peach Ave., Van Nuys, Calif. Farny, Frances .... 136 South Avenue 56, Los Angeles 42, Calif. Ferguson, Lorne .......... Rt. 1, Box 619, Atascadero, Calif. F leisher, John .............. 3214 Granada, San Diego, Calif. Fletcher, 'John .....,... cfo J. L. Richardson, Riverside, Calif. Forbes, Kathleen ................ Rt. 2, Box 160, Boring, Ore. Freeman, George .... ............ 40 4 E. 3rd St., Bend, Ore. French, Robert .... .. . . .400 N. Hidalgo, Alhambra, Calif. Fry, Fern ....,.. ......,...... E lkhorn Rt., Malad, Ida. Gardner, William ...... 1500 Whitefield Rd., Pasadena, Calif. Gehman, Harvey .......... 1716 S. American, Stockton, Calif. Gerlach, Harlan .... 14114 S.E. Redwood Ave., Milwaukie, Ore. Giarde, Patrica .................... Rt. 3, Bellingham, Wash. Gibbs, Richard ........ 509 Ocean View Lane, Whittier, Calif. Gifford, Phyllis .... ....... R t. 2, Box 840, Beaverton, Ore. Glaser, Neva .... ...... R t. 2, Box 93, Lebanon, Ore. Golike, Robert ..... .................. R .R. 1, Medera, Ill. Griffin, Patricia .............. 1325 E. 6th St., Duluth, Minn. . . . . . . .13601 Gladstone, San Fernando, Calif. . . .... 4375 Park Blvd., San Diego 3, Calif. Grugan, Melba. Guedes, John. . Hall, Beverly .... .... 1 020 Pine Ave, San Jose, Calif. Hansen. Nancy .... ...... a 23 10th si., Safford, Ariz. Harder. WIHIS.. ........,.... Whitewater, Kan. Harder, Shirley ....,.... ....... 1 622 Jefferson, Delano, Calif. Harms, Joyce ................,... Rt. 8, Box 894, Salem, Ore. Temperley FNGR, Buenos Aires, Argentina Hay, Margaret, Hayes, Edward .............. Rt. 1, Box 1156, Modesto, Calif. Hays, Peggy ........ 3126 Rubio Canyon Rd., Altadena, Calif. Heinke, Bob ..............,. 1114 Casino Rd., Everett, Wash. Herder, Peter.. ......... 2539 N. Highland, Altadena, Calif. Herder, William ........ 2539 N. Highland, Hollingsworth, Owen .......... 3539 Ottawa, Altadena, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Calif. Cook, Robert ..... Cosby, Dixie ..... ..... 3 516 Maplewood Ave., Venice, . . . . . . . . . . .975 Shipping St., Salem, Ore Calif Crew, Elsie ..... Crew, John ..... Dallas, Joyce ....... ............. Dalton, Nellamae ........... . . . . . .Rt. 1, Box 467, Atascadero, ....Rt. 1, Box 467, Atascadero, Box 294, Evergreen, .500 W. Laurel, Compton, Colo Calif. Calif Danielson, Marilyn ...... 33 Brentwood, San Francisco, Davis, Florence ...... 2469 Las Palmas Ave., Glendale. Davis, Roger ............ 9405 E. Friendship Ave., Pico, Dickson, James ...... ....... .1164 Madia St., Pasadena. Calif Calif Calif Douglass, Wayne .............. 1050 Hilton Ave., Napa, Dudderar, Gilbert ...... 4-843 Mansfield, San Diego 16. Calif Neb Eckberg, Marcella ............ 1335 S. 35 Ave., Omaha, Elkins, Richard. .IZSM W. Micheltorena, Santa Barbara, Calif Calif. Calif. Elkins, Richard 613 W. De La Guerra, Santa Barbara, Calif Ellis, Vivian ......... ......... R t. 2, Box 181, Corvallis, Ore Ellisen, Harold .......... 3427 Quinsmore Ave., Seattle, Wash Ellisen, Stanley .... ..................... V ashon, Wash Hollingsworth, Stanley ........ 3539 Ottawa, Riverside, Calif. Honnas, Raymond ....... ................... S onoita, Ariz. Hook, Phillip ....... ..... 1 55 E. Hunt St., Adrian, Mich. Hook, Margaret ----- ---.- 1 55 E. Hunt St., Adrian, Mich. Howe, Charlene .... ..... 6 30 W. Oak, Fort Collins, Colo. Howe, Robert .... .... 6 30 W. Oak, Fort Collins, Colo. Hoyle, Virginia .... ....... 3 09 Wolff St., Oxnard, Calif. Hussey, Gordon .... ....... 43 0 S. Thorson, Compton, Calif. lmbach, David.. .6970 Calhoun, Van Nuys, Calif. Irvine, Stanton ........ 1819Vj State St., Santa Barbara, Calif. Iverson, Louise .... ...... N orth Star Route, Roundup. Mont. Jackson, William ............................. Fernley. Nev. Jensen, Carl .................... Rt. 3, Box 406, Selma, Calif. Johnson, Frances. 4263 N.E. Hazelfern Pl., Portland 13, Ore. Johnson, Frank ........ 1342 Graynold Ave., Glendale 2, Calif. Johnston, Joyce ........ 529 N.E. Hassalo, Portland 12, Ore. Johnston, Lynn ........ 529 N.E. Hassalo St., Portland 12, Ore. Jones, Donald .---- --.--------- 5 53 7th Ave., Yuma, Ariz. Kerfoot, James ........................ R.R. 2, Caldwell, Ida. Kimball, Kenneth .......... 813 Cypress St., Monterey, Calif. Kincher, Roland .......... 1107 Orange St., Redlands, Calif. Kindred, Patricia, Apt. 91A, Hoff Heights, Santa Barbara, Calif. Kindred, Ray. .Apt. 91A, Hoff Heights, Santa Barbara, Calif. Kingman. Eleanor..5020 Independence Ave, Riverdale, N.Y. Kingsley, Recie. .222 Cresent Way. Salinas, P.O. 1563, Calif. Kreiman, Howard .................. ..R.F.D. 2. Parma, Ida. Student Body Directory Lagass . David ............ P.O. Box 454, Bellingham, Wash. Lenningion, Harold ..........,... Virginia St., Graham, Tex. LeRoy, LaVerne .... 14436 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, Calif. Lindquist, Joy, 43 Hau Wong Rd., Kowloon City, Hong Kong Lindquist, Oscar, 43 Hau Wong Rd. Kowloon City, Hong Kong Lockwood, Marliss. Loftus, Joyce .... Louvau, Connie ...... 2718 Verde Vista, Santa Barbara, McClenathen, Joan 1217 S. Highland Ave., L. A. 19, . . .4331 S.W. Lobelia St., Portland 19, . . . . . . . . .3909 S.E. 70th, Portland, Ore. Ore. Calif. Calif. . . . . . . . . 6421 S.E. lvon, Portland 6, Ore. McMinn, Gordon .... 8306 S.W. Canyon Rd., Portland 1, Ore. McGlynn, Helen. . . Mace, John ............... Rt. 1, Box 458, Atascadero, Markham, Dorothy .......... 1235 Hiawatha, Stockton, Martin, Daniel .....,... 4033 Louisiana, San Diego 4, Masters, Molly .......... 1327 N. Pacific St., Glendale, Mayell, Vincent ........,. 684 S. June St., Los Angeles, Mead, Carlton. .Apt. 139, Hoff Heights, Santa Barbara, Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Megargee, Virginia ,... 3622 Intrepid St., San Diego 10,-Calif. Meliaffey, John .... 2832 Community Ave., La Crescenta, Merrill, Ruth .....,.... 124 Canon Dr., Santa Barbara. Merryman, Gerald ................ Box 227, Kelseyville, Meyers, Owen .............. 144 Hester St., Charleston, Mitchell, Jack ........ 116 Roosevelt Pl., No. 158, Peor Molyneux, Stuart ................ P.O. Box 58, Aromas, Montano, Betty ...... 1542 Valley View Rd., Glendale, i Calif. Calif. Calif. S. C. a, Ill. Calif. Calif. Moore, Joyce ................ P.O. Box 409, Encinitas, Calif. Morford, Donald, Bld. 57, Apt. 181, Hoff Heights, Santa Barb. Morgan, John ...,...,........., 1113 W. Clark, Urbana, Ill. Morris, Florence. ....... 128 Ashley Rd., Santa Barbara. Morris, Vincent ........ 128 Ashley Rd., Santa Barbara, Munson, Paul ........ 1148 Victoria Ave., Los Angeles. Murray, Wilma.Box 819, 504 Ponoma St., Port Hueneme . . . . . . . . . . .1360 Harrison, Fresno, Myers. Sybil ....... Nader, Esther .... Needham. David. . . Nelson, Wayne .... Neth, Frederick . . . Newbern, Francis. . . Newell, David ..... Nichols. Billie ..... Nielsen. Wihelmine. .......Rt. 2, Box 1082, Vista, ...322 E. El Camino, Santa Maria, . ...... R.D. 1, Box 217, Verona, .... P.O. Box 102, Escondido, Obendorf. Donald ....,.........,...... Olsen, Bernard ..... Ostrowski, Dorothea ........ 1728 Fern Place, Vallejo. ....1625 Dole St.. Honolulu 14, .14126 Cordary Ave.. Hawthorne, Oyer. Esther ...... Ozzella. Sue ......,. Parker. Barbara. .. ..... 66 Mariposa St.. Los Gatos, Patterson. Marion ..... Calif. Calif Calif. Ariz. Murray, Lois ................ 2565 E. Sylvia St., Tucson, , Calif. Musson. Frederick .... Woodcliff Ave., Woodcliffe Lake, N. J. Calif. 5842 W. Waveland, Chicago, Ill. Calif. Calif. .7415 S.W. 17th Dr., Portland, Ore. Penn. .. .......Rt. 2, Caldwell, Ida. . .... Rt. 1, Box 203A, Oswego. Ore. Calif. .Rt. 5, Caldwell, Ida. "D" St.. N.W., Auburn, Wash. Calif. T. H. Calif. Calif. . . . . . . .222 E. State St., Sycamore, Ill. Patterson, Martha ,..... 771 Iliff St., Pacific Palisades, Calif. Patterson. Ralston ...... 1628 W. Cermak Rd., Chicago 8, Ill. Patty, Richard .... .................... R t. 1, Amity, Ore. Paullin, Walter ......, 130 W. Ortega, Santa Barbara, Calif. ....221 E. 2nd St., San Jacinto, . . . .764 Coventry Rd., Berkeley, Peet, Russell ..... 613 W. De La Guerra, Santa Barbara, Phillips. Vernon ............. 1526 Starbuck, Whittier, Pearson, Eleanor. . . Pearson. Marilyn. . . Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Potts, Edwin ..... ........ 3 03 N. Leroux St., Flagstaff, Ariz. Priest, Virginia. ....... 1518 N. Rural St., Indianapolis, Ind. Quentel, Nancy. Rehm, Aleda .. Reid, Mary Jo.. Remland, Richards, Paul. . Robinson, Anna .... .... Robinson, Root, Dorothy . Roxstrom, Evelyn. Rudy, Faith ...... Rutledge, Donald. Ryall, Mavis ..... Sanborn, Fred .... Schiewe, Elmo. . . Schmidt, Jack .... Schoffstall, Robert ......... Schulz, John ..... Seargeant, Cecile. Sheffield, Robert. Shelton, James. . . Shennum, Luther. Shires, Helen ....... Shore, Robert .... Sites, .loan ..... Smith, Jean .... Smith, June ..... Smith, Margaret. . Smith, Wandalee. Steiner, Robert. .... . Stuart .... .... Lewis ...... .... 222 S.E. 62nd Ave., Portland, Ore. . . . . . . .Rt. 6, Box 394, Salem, Ore. Rt. 2, Box 890, El Cajon, .615 W. Meeker, Kent, Rod, Marcheta ............... . . . . . .. .. . . .945 S. "F" Street, Oxnard, .8755 S. Hobart St., Los Angeles 47, ....1500 Las Lunas St., Pasadena 4, . . . . : . . . .139 Cable St., Bellingham, Calif. Calif. . . . . . . . . .303 EI Alberta St., Anaheim, Rt. 1, Box 591, Central Point, Ore. 311 N. Ottawa Ave., Dixon, Ill. .311 N. Ottawa Ave., Dixon, Ill. Wash. Calif. Calif. Calif. Wash. 3302 W. 6, Vancouver, B. C., Canada .4832 S.W. 41st., Seattle 6, Wash. 234 Mill Street, Eugene, Ore. 703 Cambridge Ave., Fresno 4, .Stony Creek Mills, R.D. 1, . . . . .6959 Lowgridge, Van Nuys, ...333 5th St., Manhattan Beach, 1, Lexington H, Taft, ...7721 Farmdale, N. Hollywood, 1703 Lyndon St., South Pasadena, . . . .60 Catherine St., Lewistown, . . . . .236 E. Alameda .Ave., Burbank, . . . .621 3rd Avenue St. S., Kent, ....128l1 6th. St., Garden Grove, .825 N. Mentor Ave., Pasadena 6, 3550 Linwood Pl., Riverside, . . . . .604A Gibbs Ave., Alameda, Stephens, Lillian .... 5101 Granada St., Los Angeles 42, Stevenson, Robert ..... Stewart, Henry ................. Stone, Lillian .... Stone, Shirley. . . Stoner, Lois ..... Stowell, Richard. Swaim, Gerald. . . Taylor, Marilyn .... .................. Tescher, William. Thayer, Lawrence ..... ...... Thompson, Joan. Thorsell, Clifford Thorsell, James. . Tidwell, Luther. . Van Horn, Betty. .104 S. 9th, East Salt Lake City, .117 E. Lucardo, Taft, 2732 Virginia Dr., National City, . . . . .2732 Virginia Dr., National City, . . . . . . .2440 Glen Canyon, Altadena, Rt. 6, Box 628, Watsonville, Box 787, Feather Falls, Calif. Penn. Calif. Calif. , Neb. Calif. Calif. Calif. Penn. Calif. Wash. Calif Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Utah Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. . Adams, Ore. 1846 S.E. Pine, Portland, Ore. R.R. 2, Box 97, Plant City, Fla. 192 Ellis Ave., Beaverton, Ort. Z . . Meyler St., San Pedro, Calif. 2917 26th Ave., Moline, Ill. 1130 Punta Gorda, Santa Barbara, Calif. Third St. S., Kent, Volgamore, Marvin ...... 401 Acacia Rd., Santa Paula, Wagner, Wanda .... ........ R t. 1, Box 598, Yuma, Walker, 'Everett ............ 2007 Minoru Dr., Altadena, Walton, Virginia ........ 2335 Las Lunas, Pasadena 8, Warkentien, Kenneth ...... 603 C Coronado Dr., Oxnard, Whitaker, Alan ...... 24 Turnpike Rd., Santa Barbara, Whitaker, Esther. .Box 447, Vet. Adm., Los Angeles 25, Willard, William .... 10804 S. Luitweiler Ave., Whittier, Wilson, Barbara ...... 5980 Hayes Ave., Los Angeles 42, Wilton, Louise ..... 525 W. Los Olivos, Santa Barbara, Witt, Albert ........... 649 Waring, Box 812, Seaside, Woodward, Russell ............ 212 S. 3rd, Montebello, Yagyu, Fredy ...... ........ 6 32 S. A. St., Oxnard, Yarnell, Iva .... ....Rt. 1, Box 365D, Seaside, Wash. Calif. Ariz. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. Calif. ,WWI . .,gW'dJMWWW' f0A drzfgj BEST PERSONAL WISHES If . ' tothe , ,X if CLASS OF 1951 "Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfasi, unmoveable, always aboundinq in the work of the Lord, Iorasmuch as ye know your labor is not in vain in the Lord." I Corinthians 15:58 ALEXANDER I-I. KERR 6. COMPANY, INC. KERR GLASS MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Makers of Quality Glass Containers IO6 ffiii SALES ACHEVROQJ4' SERVICE g 1 - rv "wLehe Out Gusfomefzs gen? Tlueifz ?'zien3s' -lug Ml I To the class ot June 1951 our personal congratulations To all of Westmont our sincere appreciation Aff' f xi Q or your patronage 'Nfl qfhx ., N "' - .qw 'JB A 051W- UZD FHSFIIUIV 11222 N72 me 3 2618 De La Vina 732 N. Milpas 51 FORD if Ng F Qkg T311 gg, You CAN PAY MORE... 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