Westmont College - Citadel Yearbook (Santa Barbara, CA)

 - Class of 1958

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He TaughT us TirsT humiliTy, Tor his manTle of learning and wisdom he wore lighTly . . . Then paTience, of one who has learned graciously To bend, buT noT To break . . . and love, The bond of perTecTness which gave sTrengTh and meaning To all ThaT he said and did . . . He TaughT us The vvisdom of The hearT, and his purpose was ThaT vve know ourselves . . . his meThod was informal and warm and his probing quesTions caused us all To Think . . . and Then To pray. Through his life we have seen love, and Through his eyes we have seen undersTanding and compassion, Through his prayer we have learned paTience, and when he walked among us we saw whaT iT means To be Truly rich. We pay TribuTe To a Teacher, Dr. George Bauder. ' .- -N K v Q 7--- 771, 7 ,--.. Q 7, , , 1 7..,-.....,... .-. --. .-...--77.--,-7. -7.-,7 .-7...-, -.,,,, ,,,,---........v.7--7.... 77.......7.77 .7......,. 7 . ...-...., -..--..-..7-7-.7.. 1, xx. , K. .NM , x . . '--,. 'r Q- X U Ni- . N... -1 v . --s g , V 7 a, . 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Currently the President's time is taken up to a great extent by the development program, which includes the expediting of the government loan, planning the several buildings, and securing the additional funds needed for the College. lt is also his responsi- bility to preserve the spiritual emphasis of the Col- lege. Although his duties prevent many contacts with us, the students, we see his faith expressed time after time in such matters as accreditation and the government loan. His quiet, friendly manner endears him to us, and we thank God for Dr. Voskuyl, who builds with and for God. BQARD GF TRUSTEES Seated Mr Bruce Bare Mrs Alexander H. Kerr, Mr. Rolf C. Jacobsen. Standing: Mr. B. E. Gossett, Mr. George M. Sutton Mr Robert E Burns Mr Eldon L. Eby, Dr. Roy L. Laurin, Mr. C. A. Wheeler, Mr. William R. Hensel, Mr. lrwin W. Masters This group represents the architects and designers of our Westmont Windows. They are the final authority in the control of the College, and their primary function is the determination of policy and the execu- tion of the policy through the administrative officers of the College. The Board chooses its own officers as well as appointing the president and other administrative officers of the College. It acts on many mat- ters, such as the election of faculty members, the erection of new build- ings, the scale of tuition charges, andthe adoption of the financial budg- et. The Board, as the corporate body, bears the full and complete legal responsibility for the institution, and assists as far as possible in the raising of funds for the support of the College. We are thankful for our architects who look for wisdom to the Wise Master Builder as they design our windows. V V L THER MR. C. TRUE Controller ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL MR. RATHBURN SHELTON Direcfor of Public Relafions MRS. MYRTLE VANDERLIP Librarian I I 4 I , , , " ' 4 QI If xr fda? :Wu MISS RITA LENTZ Acting Registrar ,gf-V., MISS MARIA M. WOLFF Dean of Women DE ELQPME T CCDMMITTEE MR. CURTIS E, VAN SYOC Field Representative Those who look Through This window are convinced That This has been one oT VVesTmonT's biggesT years. For many years Westmont faculty, studenT body, and friends have worked and prayed for what Through our Development plans is about To become reality. The Tirst steps of The long range development program are a dining hall and vvomen's dormitory. The new dining hall will be located near The en- trance To The college, and is expected to be finished some Time during The summer of 1958. The old dining hall will Then be made a part of The library. The proposed vvomen's dormitory vvill relieve much of The over-crovvded conditions. lT is expected To house 148, nearly 75 percent of The current enrollmenT of vvomen. The construction of These Two build- ings is being made possible by a government loan of 5785,- OOO. Looking still Turther ahead into The future vve Tind plans being made Tor classroom buildings, a gymnasium, library, and chapel. Mr. Sidney A. Rasanen, Business Manager, Mr. Wallace Arendt, Architect, Dr. Roger J. Voskuyl, President. and Mr Frank H Weller, Director of Development. I Us MECHANICAL CKE , EQUIP RM MEN S A Tremendous step forward is being achieved vviTI'1 construction of Two fine buildings with government loans of S785,000. WINNER HHH 'T .......,... .l..... .... I 'I I TORAGE woMEN's RESTING TOILET A '-'H' OFFICE Looms 4 RECEIVING C11 I 3- 1 coouaa VT I I I V. A,..,..,. .s.. .I .cooI.ER--- LgmgrcHEgz A A !,.....,..,.,.......Q..,..,. i Eg is GARBAGE . f H L ,,... 5 r-1 I I 3 2 QTORKEMEA' vc-:sv JANIITO LINEN I I M-. ,rr,, is mn. .... - kkvgne-X ..,AN wgxmvz-sqx::::::Q ' TOILET .,... WOMEN'S DORMITORY fLefrl DINING HALL fBelovv2 . . a , . 3 I III , 1 C I . I I, L 1 I rs T r I T I VEST M... .,.s.. ............ .....,. - .,.. ., s.... . ,,.ss. .. I rr r I LII r I I DINING COMMONS FOR WESTMONT COLLEGE PLIBLI RELATIDNS IT is from This window ThaT we hail friends and neighbors. IT is also This window Through which They see WesTmonT. Alumni business, such as pro- moTion for Their gaTherings and proiecfs, is pub- licized. EngagemenTs for faculTy speakers, quarTeT, and choir Tours are secured Through Their efforfs. Plans for ParenTs' Day, Open House for prospecTive sTudenTs and much of The CommencemenT arrange- menTs come under Their iurisdicTion. OTher responsi- biliTies include The prinTing of programs for all oc- casions, news releases, and brochures. The Courier, published from This office, brings campus news To l6,000 readers. Framed in This window are friendly people who make iT Their business To coordinafe all our public relaTions. S Mr. Rafhburn Shelton, Director of Public Relati Director of Development ons, Mrs. Fayrene Jofer, Secretary in Public Relations, Mr. Fr k W ll an G Sf, 55 Ss s X ACCREDITATIO Educational Policies Committee is very important to the student body as a whole, since it determines ev- erything related to the academic policy of Westmont. Several changes have been made this year regarding admission procedure, ad- mission requirements, graduation requirements, and probationary status of students. Among other things they pass on all declarations of maiors and on student petitions. They also set up the academic cal- endar, determine admission require- ments, and organize the summer session. The work done by this Committee meant a great deal to the final accrediting of Westmont College. Throw open the windows! Shout the good news! Word of accreditation by the Western Col- lege Association broke on campus with an official announcement by Dr. Voskuyl in chapel on Thurs- day morning, .March l3. Actually, Dr. Voskuyl came directly from the Western College Associa- tion meeting at the nearby Miramar Hotel to bring the happy tidings to the Westmont family. Dr. Mitchell Briggs, Executive Secretary of the Western College Association, made the official an- nouncement that Westmont College was now na- tionally accredited by virtue of the action taken by the association to admit Westmont as a mem- ber in full standing. News of Westmont's important academic step forward spread quickly throughout the nation and the world. Typical of the congratulatory tele- grams that began to pour into Dr. Voskuyl's office was the one from Dr. Edward John Carnell, Presi- dent of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, ". . . the cause of Christ throughout the world will be greatly strengthened by Westmont's Accredita- tion . . ." EDLICATIONA PCLICIES COMMITTEE Z QUE' W sw:-.'::. f7"h"""' .C , H, ,WM , C , . - .. FI E ARIS This window frames life with sweetness and beauty as it presents us with the l world of sound and form. New to the Music Department this year were Mrs. Benton, Mrs. Higgins, and l Brooks Davis. V i l There was an unusual situation in the Art Department where Mr. Kingma took over a class for Mrs. Kingma until she could be with us second semester. The King- ii mas have brought a renewed art emphasis to Westmont. One of the problems this year was the lack of facilities for the Art Department. Crafts could not be offered at all, and the Astronomy Building was used between , science classes as an art lab. i it ix l T Choir tour in Southern California this Spring was again an unforgettable ex- - perience. This year for the first time the quartet joined Choir tour, singing in the choir as well as doing quartet numbers. l i 1. l li ' il ll - 'i ll l-, ii il i i l l i Janet Sanborn takes individual interest in each of her pupils l Joyce McMechan, a Junior, is a capable student teacher of voice l Art in the Elementary School is taught by Mrs. William Kingma. MR. JOHN HUBBARD, M.A. Associate Professor of Music Chairman ofthe Division of Fine Arts MR. JOHN W. LUNDBERG, B.A. Associate Professor of Music MISS MARIA vvoLFF, M.H., Econ. MRS. WILLIAM BEASLEY, B.Mus. MR- WILLIAM BEASLEY, M-A Dean of Women Instructor in Music Assistant PVOLCGSSOI' of MUSLC Instructor in Fine Arts EDLICATIO A D PSYCHCLDGY Psychology maiors, Jim Schmook, Norman Wright, and Phil MR' IRWIN WH-I-SON, MA' Mitchell attempt to increase their understanding of the struc- . . . . . t ft b . Chairman, Division of Education Ure O he human ram Director of Teacher Training MR. Wll.LARD HARLEY, M.A. Associate Professor of Psychology Director of Counseling and Testing V DR. MERTON OSBORN, Ph.D. , N Associate Professor of Education MRS. ARDIS HIGGINS Visiting lnstructor in Education lt is appropriate that in an institution dedicated to the education of man that education and man should become obiects of serious study. The em- phasis in the framework of this department is practicality. Theory courses are offered to pro- vide an understanding of basic issues and in- spiration. Methods courses provide an actual working knowledge of how to put the theories into action. lt often seemed that classes were just Now you will discover the parts of this snail to be as follows getting to the heart of things when the bell would ring, which brought forth the exclamation, "If I iust had ten minutes more." The new office space made for more efficiency in counseling. Several innovations were made in the student teaching program, which provided better coordination between student teachers, master teachers, and the program at Westmont. N as fourth grade class. Tomeyo applies her educational theories to her DR KENNETH M MONROE Th D Professor of Biblical Studies and Philosophy DR W E BOUSLOUGH ThD Dean of Students DR. DAVID HUBBARD, Th.D. Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies BIBLICAL STLIDIESA This window sheds light on the basic questions of life. The aim of the division is to so present Holy Scriptures and the Christian "Weltanschouung" as to lead each student to appreciate his own spiritual heritage, to aid him in the shap- ing of his own faith and walk, and to encourage him to ac- tually seek Gocl's will for his worship and service. This year the division added a new professor to its ranks of able teachers. Dr. David Hubbard, an alumnus, joined the faculty 'after receiving his doctorate from St. Andrews in Scotland. Although the subject is serious and the aim lofty, students like to remember some things that were less solemn. "Be that as it may," it may be remembered that Rev. "Nelson's Notes" "bring to mind a story" once heard by Dr. Hubbard, which Dr. Monroe thought was "v-e-r-y interesting." REV. JAMES NELSON, Th.M. Assistant Professor of Bible E D PHILQSQPHY The poetical structure was . . .! And it only cost me ten cents! T-his year the coveted John C. Page Bible Award was won by Ron Kariker and Maree McGauhey. SGCIAL SCIENC MR. FRANK HERONYMUS, M.A. Associate Professor of History Chairman of Division of Social Sciences, and Dean of Faculty DR. GEORGE BAUDER, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology The social science window is framed by the aim to show that human life means relationships with individuals and with groupsg membership in social institutions and involvement in social processes. They hope to bring the student to readiness as a human being to assume responsibility for the solu- tion of social problemsg and at Westmont to do so as a Christian moved by disinterested love. All stu- dents are required to become familiar with our national heritage and the heritage of mankind. Ad- vanced courses are offered in history and political scienceg in sociology and economics. In the midst of serious study Mr. Kingma's stu- dents like to remember how in the intensity of mak- ing some very important point his "And now, Boys and Girls . . .," would lose the whole class to the point he was making. Dr. Nettles arouses the interest of his students as he lectures on the History of the United States. MR. J. J. PRANGER You can'T imagine how vast Visiting Professor of Economics DR. H. EDWARD NETTLES Visiting Professor of History MR. A. WAYNE NELSON Visiting Professor of Hisfory TLIR L SCIENC DR. RAYMOND BRAND, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology DR. CLIFFORD BENTON, Ph.D. Assistant Professor in Chemistry Completion of the Biology laboratory was another step forward in the progress and development of Westmont College. Many a Biology student has found help from the ready as- sistance of Maree McGauhey. The naTural science window opens on The greaT ouT-of-doors. IT is a Telescope probing The in- finiTe and a microscope discovering The infiniTesimal. Recenf naTional and inTernaTional evenfs in The field of missile developmenf have broughT inTo clear focus once again The inTricaTe role of science and iTs impacT upon modern civilizaTion. The division of naTural science purposes To correlaTe The scienTific heriTage of The pasT wiTh recenT scienTific achievemenTs, and To inTerpreT The enTire vasT field of scienTific knowledge as God's revelafion in naTure of His power and wisdom in creaTion. The physical faciliTies of The deparTmenT have been considerably improved This year. The com- pleTion of The observafory housing The 6-inch and T6-inch Telescopes, The doubling of The floor space and exTensive remodeling of The biology laboraTory and The several improvemenTs in The chemisTry building have all conTribuTed To an increased inTeresT and improvemenT of The science program of WesTmonT College. IT is undersTood ThaT sTudenTs in The maThemaTics division have been spending Time in "analyz- ing figures." Three maiors fbiology, chemisTry, and naTural sciencei and Two specialized programs Cpre-engineering and pre-medicali are offered for sTudenTs wiTh inTeresTs and abiliTies in science. 1-. Y hwy, SX '- N1 XFX Y Q X X X X X Sk XXX A X X XX Xi' XX QNX ,X-XXXXXy,XXwX QQX AXXXE K Q X XXi X X AXQMXX t:XGwNXf QXSXX-xx MX QR-FX N QNX X - XX X xx w X- XXQNX :XXX six K X x qs 1 XXX XXX XNXXKXX, wig X X WX L X XXX QXX :XS is XX ii Qkxh XXX S W X Q 7- X XY: X ig 1 X xx X -WX Xx x L K F- xx-X - l V xx ex ,XX fs f XX YTSX 1 V X5X Q Ni?-ltm x X- N 3 nrpl X . N N X 55 ve, X -. M M Y K X. ,XXXX " N VSPXQA X QS MR. ELDAD VANDERLIP lnstructor in Literature DER ANC-ELI GES AND LITER TLIRE The language and literature department, headed by Mr. Vanderlip, opens the picture window of life to Westmont students. Language is the basis of all communication and is at the foundation of studies of the sciences and humani- ties. Literature fulfills a double role, it helps us to under- stand ourselves better and it brings us into closer com- munion with our fellowmen. Dr. Daugman's emphasis in teaching French and German has been the understanding of speech as well as the ability to read in these languages. ' Mr. Kingma and Mrs. Bowman have helped students com- municate more effectively in their own language, English. There have been speeches and writing of papers. Lower division courses in world literature and newswriting have helped to broaden the offering of the department this year. Literature students will long remember, "Shall we sing a rousing chorus?" and party-time in the lounge. Significant additions of some five hundred volumes have been added to the library holdings in the field of literature. The consolidation and enlargement of departmental offices have improved opportunities for consultation of the students and mark a definite advance. . MR. WILLIAM KINGMA, M.A. Assistant Professor of English MRS. BLANCHE BOWMAN, M.A. Assistant Professor of English DR. JOSEPH DAUGMAN, Ph.D. f . y Associate Professor of Languages l Mr. Vanderlip in a most familiar pose. Mr. Dogma greets his Language students with his usual smile. Mrs. Bowman relates to one of her students, how to plan an effective speech. I 3I Harold Spencer reviews his track schedule with Royce Cox. PHYSICAL EDLICATIO Almost all of us have seen life Through this window, which frames physical health strength and beauty. Those brief practical est helped us observe life more clearly. Coach's quick, easy grin and good-natured, "Hi," made the world look bright. JACK SlEMENS MARGARET l.OVlK Director of Athletics Director of Women's Athletics Assistant Professor in Physical Education Assistant Professor in Physical Education The activity classes gave us a chance to relax and get the kinks out after those long hours of studying. For a large group of prospective teachers, the depart- ment provides serious study in a Physical Education minor looking forward to a vocation. Some of the students gained valuable experience as assistant coaches or instructors. This year Dan Heinrichs coached the Lancer basketball team, Harold Spencer coached the track team, and Marilyn Barry Daniels was assistant swimming instructor. Coach Dan Heinrichs gives his Lancer team a few pointers during time out. I thoughts Miss Lovik often gave us from Os- wald Chamber's My Utmost for His High- SECRETARIAL STAFF YN ng xi If MISS MARJORIE H. BROWN Secretary to President MISS ROSELLA WILSON Personnel Secretary Student Employment and Placement MRS. CAROL McCAMY Secretary to Dean MRS. EDITH V. ROUSE Secretary to Controller MISS SYLVIA HANCK Secretary to Librarian I + . ' sg,sN. ff X S S Z . X . Xb X f SL .f K 1 QQ. " Y f xi E 5 5 Ex Wx - ' L M , N Q-. 5 Q xg, . QW Q .xi R X x X- 'X M X 4 Q x K ,k,X Xxx6 Si S , X f f I 'Y X. Alf BYE .l xffxf K' , . . . , 'ja jigs. - f.5j...X-5 ,g Lv' i .XE ' 'Q ', Diff- AI 'QR NN -Q. 5 'A 4- D 22 Nfl' O A ., . , -, Y - PM N . my - f . . ,, ..,,,,,, , ni? L M ,X az .L . 42 . - ,Q " ' ' " ' 54' A v N A .if . ff ,THE . 'S' A 1 Q1 N. . V .N 4. A- -X xp , K ...Q f. N f J " .w,QcE4s- lk.-X, K W' ' L A 1.15 ,tw-' Wm? ' BX 5' ' S 4 QA, XNANA .Q . .M ,C J 'B ' Q K , H 5,45 wwaidii-.f-z,, MZ iff X Mall Clerk MRS. JOHN B. RIES Dmmg Hall Staff-MRS. SIDNEY RASANEN, HARLEY FEL TON, MRS. HARLEY FELTON, MRS. J. B. NIESSEN. Building and Grounds-CLAIR MARTIN, RALPH GAPEN, and ED TUGGY. Not pictured: JOHN B. 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His quality ot lead- ership was shown as he worked with the ad- ministration to solve the inevitable problems aris- ing in such an important era in the history of Westmont! The main duty ot W.C.S.A. Vice President, Del- bert Mouw, was his position as Chairman of the Activities Board. ln this capacity he vvorked to improve the social lite on the campus. Among other responsibilities, he shared with Don the iob ot writing the "Council Corner" for the Horizon each week. Don Rankin W C S A President Delbert Mouw, W.C.S.A. Vice President W-. 'WSL 'Qs lib SK Wx, 3,5 4 Pie 'Q 'S F S lrca u v Mt :cr 'Ya TLIDE CCDLINCIL Within the framework of parliamentary procedure, a re- vamped constitution, and high ideals, our student leaders have led us in an active and profitable year. Accomplishments include the adoption of a new constitu- tion, keeping the library open in the evenings until lO:OO o'clock, and the choosing of the student project to complete the athletic field. Discipline of the students through giving of tickets as well as championing the causes of the students by acting as mediator between administration and student body are im- portant factors of the Council's activities. Meetings were spent discussing such items as budgets, extended curfew for women, collegiate dress, chapel cuts, and methods of raising money for the student project. A student leaders' conference April 19 at Pepperdine was followed at the close of the year by a steak fry for student council members. CABINET: Georgene West, Treasurer, Patty Swaim, Secretary Ann Brinks, President of Women, Tom Furze, President of Men Don Rankin, President, Del Mouw, Vice President. Mark Fey-Christian Activities Chairman COUNCIL: Jean Worthley, Del Mouw, Patty Swain, Georgene West, Don Rankin, Hazel Martin, Jim Booher, Judy Klempel, Jim Rodgers, Bill Whedbee, Joe France, Dick Wagner, Tom Furze, Dr. Bouslough, Mark Fey, Keith Wilson, Louis Boitano. N--asa. Dick Wagner, Rally Chairman, Hazel Martin, Social Chairman. 39 X X XXX X X X9 k-ff fb i 5 , 3 XXQ . XXQ .X wxwf LI W ffkf' f Sf, 1 5 Af A" N gz., .SQ U ,a if M x .x WinsTon TasTes good . . . A Tense moment and Then he draws lVlEN'S ASSCCIATIC lVlen's AssociaTion had The privilege of drawing The curTains and bringing Three ouTsTanding evenTs To our campus This year. The TirsT of These was Men's ReTreaT held aT The Circle Bar B Ranch wiTh Mr. Dave GranT as a very inspiraTional speaker. The ChrisTmas parTy was one of The "TirsTs" aT WesTmonT. Each class was designed To Take ChrisTmas To some local group such as Those of Juvenile Hall. The sTudenT parTicipaTion broughT The ChrisT of ChrisTmas even nearer To Their own hearTs. "You Are There" seT The Theme Tor a hilarious evening's enTerTainmenT consTiTuTing our annual. Men's Open House. This was cerTainly one ThaT will noT soon be for- gone-rr. "Honey-you are my sun- shine." Vell, Olly! WOMENS DOR ASSOCIATIO This year Unit lll was added to the residence halls for women. Emerson Hall--beautiful resi- dence hall for WESTMONT women. OFFICERS: Miss Wolff, Advisory Marie McGaughy, President, lva Owens. Standing: Ginger Cory, Ann Sterns, Rayma Stevens, Roberta Bowers, Judy Klemple, Kay Johnson. These windows are full of many wonderful memories of one aspect of college life-the dormitory-our home. VVomen's Dorm Association Cabinet is active in coordinat- ing all dorm activities. This group was responsible for "women's-Sunday-breakfast-in-bed," kitchen clean up, dorm meetings and weekly dorm prayer meetings. Women's Dorm Association works in close cooperation with VVomen's Association Cabinet and the Dean of Women. The highlight of Dorm Association was Women's Open House. This year the colorful theme was "Dearie, do you remember." lt took us back to a little red school house, a fashion show of long ago contrasted with a modern fashion show, and a church scene at Thanksgiving. 43 HCRIZON HardpuT aT The beginning of The year by a c:ompleTe lack of sTaff from The previous year, a main endeavor of The year was To rebuild The sTaff. lnfroduced by The Horizon This year vvas The idea of a publicaTions board To conTrol all sTudenT publicaTions, which has been a real sTep ahead in organizaTion for The fu- Ture. OTher new innovaTions of The Horizon were The VVesTmonT plasTic bookcovers, and a conTesT To deTermine The besT-dressed girl on The Warrior campus. The sTaff purposed To make This year's publicaTion a meaningful voice of The sTu- denT body and an up-To-daTe carrier of cur- TGVIT NEWS. A Adverfislng: Joe Byrne, Jim Brusseau, Bob Todd, FF N. 5? X N SQ? SPORTS STAFF: Rog Koskela, Bob Todd, Knute Hanss- Ton, Craig Seafon, Sports Editor. EDITORIAL STAFF: Vern Visick, Glenda Larson, Dick Boyer. CONTRIBUTORS. Pat Cunningham, Glenda Larson, Craig Seaton, Emelie Olsen. X NWm,.,...-W... L M-s VS 45 IT DEL STAFF Nww This year Westmont's Yearbook vvas a project of not just a few people, but it vvas compiled by the efforts of many faithful and hard-working persons. There vvere many seemingly unsurmountable obstacles to overcome, and many long hours were spent typing, shooting, and printing pictures, planning layouts and writing copy. The path to the Student Building vvas vvell-worn. Without the cooperatioin of the faculty and the students, the production of such a book would have been impossible. We of the staff hope that the 1958 Citadel will be used as an instru- ment for recalling pleasant memories of West- mont life. Norman Wright, Editor and Business Manager, Mr. William Kingma, Faculty Advisor. 46 LAYOUT STAFF-Carolyn Hess, Pollyanna Wendt, Sylvia Allen, Marilyn Van Patten, Marilyn Thielen. COPY STAFF-Joy Daunheimer, Pat Wilmoth, Nancy Gilliatt, Copy Editor, Nan Briggs. ART STAFF-Ann Stearns, Arr Editor, Roy Hahner. Staff not picfurecl: Louis Barbieri, Joe Min ker, Vlasta Miller. SPORTS STAFF-Dick Boyer, Jerry McCloskey, Sporfs Editor, John Hammerback. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF-Art Tegger, Gene Hagerty, Phoro Edi- fofi DOUQ Eager, Lab Assistant. Louise Pomeroy, LGYOUT Editor, Mary Jo Mor- rison, Assistant Edifor. .ILIDICIARY Blame CarpenTer, Junior member, Harold Stephens, Senior member, Ed Holt, Chairman Maree McGauhey, Senior member, Sandra Nicholson, Junior member. JUDICIARY Law frames This window and The rules are found in The STudenT Handbook. Rules are only necessary when They are broken, buT Then iT is up To The Judiciary CommiTTee To enforce Them by exacTing fines and punishmenTs. All STudenT Council members are auThorized To give TickeTs for violaTions. Traffic fines are payable direcrly To The business office. 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MONROE Advisors I f RAS-afx A .f. s . x K . riissxswf S X s' t 'two-Y" CLASS OFFICERS-Louie Boitano, President, George Terzian, Vice President, Don Jensen, Social Chairman, Ed Holt, Kurt Hultgren, Devotional Chairmen. Not pictured: Jeriann Eliassen, Secretary, Donna Shirk, Treasurer. SENIOR CLASS Sometime in August a corner of the curtain drawn across our senior window was lifted. lt was a top secret communica- tion regarding sneak!! Of special interest at our first class party were items left behind to be stored away for future reference at the Montecito School for Girls. lmpostors removed these items and there was a great deal of excitement until rightful ownership was established. Seniors were grateful to four iunior girls who arose early to welcome us to our senior breakfast at Uncle John's Pancake House. That afternoon sen- iors safely sneaked to Palacio del Rio. In the midst of luxury typified by "wall to wall beds," as they considered the Fruits of the Spirit, they found the Lord most gracious. Christmas was a happy time for seniors who helped to make Christmas cheer shine in the windows of Juvenile Hall. Activi- ties gained momentum as the year drew to a close. Junior- Senior party, Spring Banquet, Communion, and the Will and Prophecy took them into the last days of graduation activities. Graduation was June 7th and then their window opened Ort the world. SENIOR OFFICERS SENIORS xx Lx NNN L L sj5X.1j5XX5.c -. ' XNQS rcgkw. R L it SHIRLEY ANDERSON Christian Education DANIEL ARENS LOUIS BOITANO Education Social Science STANLEY BAU DER History JAMES BOOH ER Natural Science WILMA BINDER Biology ROBERTA BOWERS Christian Education SENIQRS J ERIANN ELIASSEN Education MARK FEY Social Science JAN GAY Educafion MRS. PATRICIA HEINRICHS Eclucafion NANCY GILLIATT Ln'eraTure CAROL HASTINGS Educahon DANIEL HEINRICHS EducaTion S NIORS DWIGHT HOFER Psychology EDWIN HOLT Eclucarion 1 FRED LUDBERG Engineering f ,WW 4. y , P S 1 if if T 2 3 Q Wsssiv, A ibli jl W 3 S 3 All Y 'f l l is 2 l if-M W3 , l, Q Mfnsewwsffssswww-W-wwwsws . -c . . X . -ws , - xV'- X News - Wcsmws r fs Y QM Social Science Q X Seniors relaxing by The Pool al Pla KERMIT HULTGREN Music and Chrislian Education DONALD JENSEN Nafural Science MAREE McGAUHEY Biology 5 :war ' 4: v, 5324 Nj' 1- l SENIQRS MRS. HELEN MERTENS Education KYO KO MOTOYOSHI Education DEALBERT MOUW History PEGGY NIILHAM Education it Qyffte I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I Placio del Rio WILLIAM MICHAELIS Sociology TOMEYO NISHIMURA Education JOEL PAINTER Literature SENIGRS EclucaTion GAYLIE PALMER LOUISE Q . X1 . L 5 ' f xc L POMEROY A Liferature N P PDX. . A -. L Nw . ' iw F A DONALD RANKIN Natural Science . XXX x . x LILLIE RALSTON Music XL, PAUL SANDBERG DGN SCHMUCKER Psychology Hisfory SE IDRS DWAYN E SN ELL Biology Badminton was one of The many ways of relaxing as The senior class made Their annual sneak. 1 HAROLD SPENCER Sociology DONNA SHIRK Educaiion ROSELYN SKEEN RON T. SMITH Education Social Science HAROLD STEPHENS Chemisiry l SENIORS GEORGE TERZIAN Education Not everybody goes swimming with his cloihes on!! 1 l 1 Seniors not pictured: GILBERT BROWN VALERIA PRICE ALBERT WALKER Psychology Education Biology THOMAS FURZE JOHN SHAVER Psychology Psychology JOHN McGlLL MRS. MARILYN SHIRK Sociology VLASTA MILLER Educaiion RICHARD SHIRK Psychology DORIS WALKER Education w Q.. W rg -..4. .M N Q il 'ul - Q I x Wie 'fm .31 LI WNY: ffm X . Vljgkiqi .- iam, "A 5 - -L if. , K - . Q ' Q . . 1 X I X A- +' Q? X '23 wiv: Q I Q5 1 K , fm, ,f ' X r i M fr? xt- KX 3 I 44, x X ' . X fy , Q SS i ' . 3 w bk ' iam ,X 4: ,, ,jf ' lf 9 f f f xg Q1 J, X S gf -Q 4. 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U .V .5114 N 'ff TFYFWZV 1 ' 4' k 4 NF P X '1 W N11 4 X 5' 4 S Q v: sf AV 5,355 Qs: X 2 ,, I mind' 5 ,. t I yy N3 i , W 4 1. -., bw , gf ,,. , 'N wk X, ,X gm f 5:- 11, ff-mf J 'f' s vf , X 4, - .- X -' x . ff ,Q'j,,f :"'fv32 1 W, W- 2 35 X 4 4 115 K iw, y if ,Y MQ ,ex .4 i 9 L N Q. :M ,f . :v'f75'E35', - if 'Ll-XiQf'T!1-lf' 3 y M' ' , any f X44 ww f 1 1-9' f 4 vo ,X X X, Q ' 'Q Q I Q QKQZ ,'r5i'F." ' ' ' f fig ,bw-w,wv2,,':u 1 H M. . . QSWA' ' ,,q.54f7,4w,.8, ' ' wx Keith Wilson, President, Carol She l role Johnson, Treasurer- Connie McMillan Secretar Jud f I y Klempel, Student Council Representative, and Knute Hansston, Vice President. rwood, Social Chairman- Ca- lllttlk JUNIOR CLASS Through the Junior window we observe a class outstanding statistically in Westmont government, music, academics, athletics and Christian activities. Junior activities included a couple of parties, a junior class chapel and later in the spring, Service Sunday. Informality keynoted both the "at home" and swimming party of early fall and the "Junior Jaunt" at the beginning of second semester, at which some two dozen juniors got together to welcome semes- ter transfers. Ice cream cones and cookies as well as P.E.-in-the-Elementary-School-type games brought out the "iunior" in the Juniors. Service Sunday was plannec to give all the iuniors a chance for unity in Christian activity and also to provide a comfortable atmosphere for those too shy to otherwise take on a responsibility of that type. After church, the class met to share experiences and sing. MR AND MRS IRWIN A WILLSON Junior Class Advisors A maior activity, one involving the most brain power and sleuthing, was the attempt, which proved to be basically unsuccessful, to track down the sen- iors before they departed to regions unknown. How- ever, Sherlock Holmes badges were awarded to some who made an outstanding effort. The class is already busy with plans for their own sneak next year. JU IOR OFFICERS W JLI IDRS James Brusseau Richard Buerge Joycelin Archinal Lawrence Caraway Larry Ballenger Marie Bardini Carolyn Bergen Richard Boyer David Clarkson Carol Cofterell Nancy Couch Blaine Carpenfer i William Crouch Berfa Lou C David DeRuiTer Douglas Eager Ummings Daniel Denning JLI IDRS Donald Eager X ,,,, D l Sandra Edwards Fred Engle E l Janis Farley ' Y' 'YH' ""k7""'f' A H, , , t,,,x ,ed At. .,, . 4,. , 14,,,. E-E-1.-,,.1.,hf2.vy-W . wwf-'r-If--1-HS-f -in " '-1" ' ' -" " "U: " "G " """D""' " " "" " K" "" "A" ' John Fehen Paula Finkler Harold Franklin Margarette Frazier Carolyn Garrett James Gilbert ax Gary Gullickgon Eugene Hagerty Val Harper y Ju loks oem l Paul Heinrichs Richard Herfel Larry Hickle Donna Hughes Malcolm Hughes Trafford Huleson Carolyn Johnson l Johneffe Kelley Juclirh Klempel Merrill Kneeland Danira LeHs Marian Lorenz Ben Luce James MCClUrkin .IU IORS Patricia Mclntosh Joyce McMechan Hazel Martin Philip Mifchell John Newell Richard Newman Sanclra Nicholson Linda Olferi Nancy Peferson Carla Ragsdale Charleen Robertson Mary Royer MVS- JGWGT Sanborn James Schmook JU IDRS Barbara Seavey Nancy Shannon Caro. 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During her shorT life, Faye looked Toward ETerniTy and only These values were maior To her. -f ' N ..-,fr-is v i 5 . X Q' L ra D 1 ' 'L ' 1 ' X - . N., X 2 fi 9 0' 1 I S9 19, , . :A 8 A as .. sf .. ff ti--F W- A' S , rv: 2. L .w . ' 7 , --f ,gl G, . I Q g. N 'I 33 Q , few M-A . xg 5 M A ' 1 - W4-an A N33 ,. -. .X , xt 'lx . .... -M v-1 Q X Q sg A 9. b Q 6 ',, , eww N , ' 'W ""W"'xM' 5' igmnmmssvwau . t my Wi' 5, ' Tvs'-x ,,5f'?f,, 'L M , x ' 50,1 I P gzguy f' ' f"i-C?-iffuwf ' , -' ' -:V 6-if F . X' I .Q ' ,, 'wry X Ji ' 1 V vp? ,061 ' , - ,f MN I .Q f ,MV P 01' GPHGMGRE MR. and MRS. JACK SIEMENS Advisors CLASS OFFICERS-Back rovv: Bill Wedbee, Vice Presidenfg Len Oakland, DevoTional Chairman, Sfeve FosTer, Presidenf. Fronf row: Jim Rodgers, STudenT Council RepresenTaTive, Dave Berg- man, Treasurerg Bob Larson, Social Chairman. SOPHOMORES The sophomore window opened on fiendish prep- araTions for Freshman iniTiaTion. For a week The school wenT nafive as painTed redskins roamed The grounds. TorTure was climaxed aT The final Pow Wow when The Greaf Spirif finally per-miTTed Big Chief FosTer To accepT The lowly freshmen inTo The Tribe. AfTer Their class parTy which followed, each one came away convinced "I'm a nuT." WiTh green and whiTe flags waving, Sophomores announced FooTsTeps From The PasT as "fanTabulous." Under The direcTion of John Folwarski and Paul Bergen They presented an evening of medieval splendor. Following dinner, The sTage was seT by The music of recorders, and Then before wondering eyes "Everyman" faced ThaT lonely road from which There is no reTurn. AT ChrisTmas Time The Sophomores saw life Through The windows of Hillside House as They gave a parTy for The children There. OTher evenTs included a sTeak fry aT The beach and The Freshman-Sopho- more ParTy. Before The end of The year They gave definiTe aT- Tenfion To choosing a maior which would be Their special window frame for all furTher sTudies. SCPHQMORE OFFICERS 72 BSTTY AVFWOICI Karen Ausrin Ted Bergman Marie Awvood Douglas Barram Joan Buxman paul Bergen I Janice Byars David Bergman ROQGV CBFTSV SOPHGMCRES Bertha Clark BeTT Coon Y Jean Corberf Diana Darr J X oy Daunheimer Paul Denn Y Denis Downes John DuBois S 0 P H Shirley Fink John Folvvars-ki Ken Ross gave forfh from his soul The infense feeling Thai W35'HEEll9dl0 Steven Foster Richard Greenwood Claire Guenther Berry Hadley we 1 XX? Xi S XX six X sii Marilyn Heinrichs l MGRES i thai was needed fo fulfill and portray The role of Everyman. Thomas Iverson X rs ss s' rs asv x s A . 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F11 N X Q, 4, + .- X xi H f W'f vw, w?fsX N' "" " K V1 'Pei vi 3 .Q N, ,n - 21- 4 , sm , ,Az - Q, Rf 4 - A :' ' wh-'i4'PQ1 ' " ati ' 13 1 fs -if", Q .M .AN 'Q jm f 2 .R-"F 5 A Q t pg fi, fi . si Nm 1 -'i ' A f 1: ' L44 . x xx. g..' - ' l , ., . 1 1555 ff X k fx 1 ' , Apr I . i Y' ' . .his . fx. X, v , 5 I. 'fy r '11 mf A K - 'l M ' -- :wx , Y T ,V ,W A N., . X' wg in X y y- ,f ' FRE HME NASE CLASS OFFICERS-Anita Ramos, Social Chairman, Grace Stockton, Vice Presi- dent, Jeanne Worthley, Student Council Representative, Carolyn Johnson, Devotional Chairman, Sharon George, Secretary, Ann Snyder, Treasurer, Joe France, President. ' MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM KINGMA Advisors - FRESHMAN CLASS The freshmen, looking through windows of new experiences with mixed feelings of home- sickness, excitement and new responsibilities, arrived at Westmont on September II. Be- fore long they were caught up in the rush of college life, including the inevitable initiation. Instead of beanies, headbands and feathers were purchased from the- sophomores. After being received into the tribe they revived the tradition of retaliation as they smeared the sophomores with everything from eggs to molasses. Other events seen through this expansive window were the "get acquainted" party that marked the beginning of some wonderful friendships, and the class breakfast at Uncle John's Pancake. House, when Mr. and Mrs. Kingma were officially welcomed as class sponsors. Christmas found members of the class bringing Christmas cheer to the children at Devereaux Home. Freshmen contributed much to Westmont in the fields of sports and music, but it is in the realm of glorifying God that they wish to make their greatest contribution. FRESHMA QFFICERS 82 "nj Q .1 9 ,aff 3 X -I ws of wome- ilities, Q Be- sh of ation. aihers Afier vived d The gs I0 II'iSIVe f ihai derfvi Uncle Mrs. dass f the ildren imvfii in the make I I I I I . I I I iz' I if I ,gg ,ii 'I 311 P P. 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".'- 14:1 Q5 David Barkey FRE HM N Sylvia Allen Marilyn Armsrrong Kay Baker Louis Barbieri Rose I Birdsall Adrienne Briern Nancy Briggs Esther Brinks Karen Buffingron Jim Bowman Margaret Blomberg Patricia Carlile Leroy Conrad Lydia MGVY Craig Constantinides Marjorie Crouch Patricia Penny Dever Deanna Dillard Cunningham Arthur Dover Del Esau Ervin Estruth Francine Forster JOSelOl'I France FRESHME Dorothy Freidline Kay Geddes Sharon George Carole Gerhart Shirley Gillian Ronald Gullickson Paula Gundlach Joanne Hailey Barbara Haller FRE HMB' Karen Hallwyler John Harnmerback Arline Harrison Joyce Hearle Susan Hepfinger F 5 ,J ,1.i W , , We X s f X s - . f ,Q a s is x . Q X :ss s . N-Q 5" S Q x . .,., X E' X X X s Rs so J M .1.i X may X Wx FN s . fx N f as X ES? N as sw -X S J LLLL. . Q N xxx XX X X X Xxx., Q ' e Bruce Herman Carolyn Hess Marie HewiTT Susan Honaker Margo Hopkins Sharon Hopson FRESHM N Judith Horner Bruce Howison John Huff Margery lcke James Jensen Carolyn Johnson J 86 Kay Jghnggn POOR MOLLY! XS SN Ng Q X .ki W: xx. A X asf L X Xi XFX X.. R xx -dwg L X: w YQ Marian KSHT SOO Chu! Kim Thomas King Myrl Koonce Glenda Larson Larry Lockwood FRESHME Ed Loucks Willie Low Sidney McGauhey Grace Mclntosh Gary McNeece Nancy Malootian L L c..t Craig Seaion performs an anciem' rifual To become a member of The WESTMONT Tribe. Karefi MBSTSFS Marybellw Maynall Joe Mlnker Ann Monscnke Nafalne Montgomery Carolyn Morgan Bob Larson adds The final Touch To Earl Pefznxck as he IS beung welcomed into Marilyn Morrill Mary Jo Morrxson F RE H M E ,X . . X. N- if ' K . ' .',xXWS, xxx X we Joan Nelson Renee Nesfell Shirley O'Kelley Glenda Qlsen Emelie Olson Q 7 SXWSQ X. i 'x 1 xox o X up sw . l 's- , N X . x xx kk M 'A Nz L QA x off' K , .. .N Nf 1 z X. 5 S -X. Ns k LAA W' f x x V--A X r , A xi Q X Y N Georglyn Pannel Roxanna Payne Shirley Peck Karen Pepper Earl Pefznlck zswlnl: me WESTMONT smdem Body. L lv 1 FRE HME Joanne Presnell Dwight Pulis Jeanette Reynolds Valerie Ridinger Robert Rodde Janef Rosevvall Paula Samuelson Craig SeaTon FRESHM Nancy Sigatoos Roland Skelton Virginia Smiley W ., X 4 ft! of f , Q :gigs 22, 1' f V, Qgsw f i cslid wg,- ,,,, f ' f r- .. J 'crm .-1 f' " 1 2 US w r 'f ff 4 ' '- w x:.:,:-- r W , :ff aeyevj- 4 XI f W W 4? f :mg , ,J c Natalie Montgomery and Roland Skelton are welcomed by President Voskuyl at the Faculty-Trustee reception for new students. Ann Snyder Carolyn Stetzer Grace Stockton ,QNSQNVN S li QQ' -Q s EW Y X ,s w My nN - X 5 X s yy , . XX Xxx YN iw: N -g - X S wi x - i sf-Q lr XX X act ci x 3 N X xx Qc X X X xx x X X N X Nc x X X fa T X XX N fists Q' T 15 , ' XXX F H S ires FEESXNN 'ts T R mv Patricia Swickard Marilyn Tnielen Lynn Thomas Daniel Tillman Sharon Todd L iedby if NEW ard lil I A, , ,midi 4 X Joanne Williams Diane Willson Jeanne Worthley Janice Yokaitis Edna Youde FRESHM N Not pictured Mrs. Penelope Allison Ronald Allison I Jeannette Blackstone Murriel Carden Nancy Fernovv Beverly Humphrey Julie James Gerald McCloskey Wayne McCormack Mrs. Marilyn Markham Robin Montz Marcia Newton Anita Ramos Mary Alice Smith Ronnie Vorrath Marilyn Walker Line Van der Tuin Karen Warner Sherri Weitz Adele Welty Pollyanna Wendt Nelda Werner Anita Truitt i SPRI C5 SEMESTER i i i. ii i l i. l l Q John Anderson Joe Byrne i l il ' l L l Royce Cox Brian Decker l Roy Hahner Dana Hawkes Keith Campsall William Engsrrom Virginia Fredrick l Cloyce Kenney Priscilla Linslrum 92 Carole Hawkins Karen Heinrichs Noi picfured Charles Freidline Wesley 5ClWVaeCleV Gary Ingram William Taylor Douglas Leighlner Terry Thiecle Daisy Nlorgensrern Lynn Tucker Leon Wallace F STUDENTS Dolls Monk Gail Neel Roberr Nicholson Marcia Nissen Carlos Rodrigues Ken Sanders Shirley Scoggins I l l Sharon Svvifi Arfhur Tegger David Van Dusen D960 Werelius PECIAL STUDENTS 2 TN sl vi, X X Gladys Thompson Annie Wilson 4 ""' - ,.-X.. 1 ' "'---4-:...,, - "vi -. 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In-AQ' ' 14 - - LVN ...-.1.L.-.15!lU1r,'.: 'uni ' ' ' 1' V .- .....VV.--Ag...-,,T,,,.--,-V.-,,,, J - VV1:4auana::1 ,,,, -.-M -.. :L .qi .q....,1-r-- L. -1f1---...y.L.--.ps:---L---sr---s--VA'-4-V'f-4 '- ---V -5 V -- "-" " ' " .1 LEI O' LIMAS Early in The summer of '56 The Lei O' Lima idea was born because of The desire "ThaT all Maui mighT be saved." Then in The fall of ThaT same year she was officially inTroduced To The WesTmonT sTudenT body. TwenTy-Two men and women from our midsT became iTs charTer mem- bers and' dedicaTed Themselves To The end ThaT, . . we may wiTh one mind and one mouTh glorify God, even The FaTher of our Lord Jesus ChrisT." Before long depuTaTion work began, commiTTees were organized, over 500 Bibles were collecTed for The Teams' 'use, Bible school ma- Terials were gaThered, plane reservaTions were made, and The many monThs of hard work and earnesT prayer paved The way for The sum- mer's Task. Then on June 9 a dream became a realiTy as The Lei O' Limas boarded a UniTed Airlines plane bound for Honolulu, Hawaii! Mr. and Mrs.. Vaughn Wilson of Arcadia, California, accompanied The group To Their mission field. A red-leTTer day came for The "22" on June T7 . . . iT was The day They arrived on Maui! Bible schools, Y.F.C. rallies, door-To-door evan- gelism, radio programs, camps, iail, and hospiTal visiTaTion work kepT The Lei O' Limas busy for 2V2 monThs. One of The highlighTs of The summer was The rebuilding of an old Chinese mission church in The liTTle pic- Turesque Town of Paia. The roof was paTched, woodwork scrubbed and painTed, windows cleaned and polished, Then on AugusT 25 The doors of The "WesTmonT Memorial Chapel" were opened for The firsT Time in Ten years for The people of The seaside communiTy. Today This chapel sTands as a living TesTimony To The grace and power of a TwenTieTh CenTury God! Today The name Lei O' Lima has become associaTed wiTh "dedicaTed ChrisTian service," and This summer TwenTy-Three WesTmonTers will spend anoTher 10 weeks on The Island of Maui To conTinue The work which was esTablished lasT summer. The members of The Lei O' Lima ll leave for Hawaii on June 15. The people of Maui will be able To recognize a few familiar faces when The Hawaiian airlines clipper arrives aT The Kahului AirporT in June. "Second Term missionaries," Leo TauTfesT, Georgene WesT, Helen Tiemann, Marian Lorenz, Iva Jean Owens, and Kilani VenTura are look- ing forward To anoTher fruiTful summer in ChrisT. Dr. and Mrs. MerTen B. Osborn will be making The Trip wiTh The members of Lei O' Limas ll. The WesTmonT Family joins The Lei O' Limas in earnesT prayer for a rich harvesT of souls on Maui, OUR mis- sion field! 96 LE! O' LIMA ll SeaTed: Janice Yokaitis, Anifa Ramos, Shirley Fink, Smil Claire Guenther, Lois WalsTead. Second row: Marian Ed Lorenz, Helen Tieman, Georgine WesT, lva Jean HOT Owens, AniTa TruiTT, Lillie RalsTon. Third row: Ron key, Time ouT for fun! LHUUUA! ,WeyFrL' Smith, Doug Barram, Mark Fey, dmwzliarlr' Ed Loucks, Leo Tauffesf, Bruce , Iva ke' Howison, Doug Eager, Dave Bar- Everyone smile. -as , s: 5 ' wif key, Joe France, Kilani Venfura. Oh! I can't look. Las1'year's Team as They arrived in Hawaii Fl HERMEN'S CLUB The Salvation Army Team ministers to needy souls each Wednesday at 4:30. Men's and Women's Jail Teams The Hillside House Team makes its weekly visit to spread the ioy of Life in Christ. FlSHERNlEN'S CLUB Here is a window that has been left wide open this year. The Fishermen's Club is a college or- ganization that was open to service tor our Lord. The members in response to promptings ot the Holy Spirit serve Santa Barbara and the surround- ing communities. The Fishermen's Club is made up ot tive teams. The Men's and Women's Jail Teams work in the county iail. The Rescue Mission Team works with the Salvation Army. The Hospital Team visits the old folks at the County Hospital. The Hillside House Team visits Hillside House, a home tor cerebral palsy patients. All work as co-laborers with God. E i , f ff ' 7 my , , ff ' f , Don Eager, Hnllside House. 114 491 ffrfi Q f f 'f f 44, , ,Z fy! f'4?i,,L'A? fy , , ' fejj I 2 f ' ,wk f 'gg I , W I inf, , '. 1 1 R 1 QF. Z' , , ., , , 1, V' 7 2. 'Q 1 1 ' , ' ,, ' 5 CHQ f , "Rf, " r, f , I ff , '- 'A .A ' r 2-'a.e"",:,.3f.. .- Harold Franklin, President i a4.r,,' Marilyn Van Patten, Women s Jan! Team + as 9 1 i f, 1 T OFFICERS: Bill Michaelis, Ted Bergman, Ron Kariker, Carla T Ragsdale. Leo Tautfest President RUR LMISSIO WQRKERS T Through R.lVl.W. Westmont views Sunday School meet? ings in garages, private homes, schoolhouses, and com- munity halls, afternoon picnics, beach outings, commu- nity potlucks and -socials-these are the familiar, practical activities of the R.M.W. worker. In cooperation with the American Sunday School Union and under the leadership of Leo Tautfest, about 40 West- monters have been engaged in R.M.W. this year. The pri- mary goal is to bring the Gospel of Christ to small rural communities such as Del Mar, La Conchita, Mira Monte, and Paradise Camp, and to establish Sunday Schools in these areas. The students who take part know that the most vital and time consuming part of their services is not the most apparent. Basic problems of preparing lessons, canvass- ing neighborhoods, organizingactivities, and gaining the confidence and friendship of the people, who in some areas understand very little English and have backgrounds that differ greatly from that of the students, cause them to say that it is only by the power and wisdom of God through prayer and the guidance of His Spirit that the work has prospered. The influence and scope of R.M.W. is expanding. Two areas have been opene-d since the first of the year and some of the groups are either partially or fully seIf-sup- porting, with the vision of helping other groups and of building permanent church buildings for themselves. ical ion Jral we I Ill vital iosl ass- The :me nds lem sod the lwo and P. l of 5 DELMAR GOSPEL TEAM: Bob Larson, Roberta Bowers, lva Jean Owens, Marian Lorenz. Salvation for The Spanish. WESTMONTERS GO TO PARADISE CAMP: Bill Michaelis, Georgene West, Louise Pomeroy, Norene Madsen, Art Dover, Jim Rogers, Joe France, Malcolm Hughes. Sunday school 'af Paradise Camp. I fu n 1 f 1 Ll C5 LIFE Throwing open the window onto a broader experience, Westmont students undertook the task ot Young Lite to reach the high school crowds with the attractive message of Jesus Christ on their own level ot experience. Young Lite is national in scope and personal in approach in showing the unchurched high school- ers the vital message of Christianity through the period ot the high school year. At the present time there are clubs in Ventura and Santa Barbara high schools. Hopes are high tor obtaining a staff member in the area next year, which would immediately open up tive or six other high schools to this type ot ministry. "l'll never forget the time I posed as the Statue of Liberty." LEADERSHIP CLUB-Robin Montz, Val Harper, John Anderson, Dick Boyer, Arline Harrison, Natalie Montgomery, Francine Forster, Suzie Honaker, Shirley Peck, Laura Nevis, Kay Geddes, Jennifer Van Syoc, Marybeth Mayhall, Diane Willson. A brightly lit window frames Westmont Students active in Y.F.C., which in the past school year has greatly creased in activity. Much of this has been due to the in fluences of several Westmont students. Heading up the local work are two alumni, Fred Sanborn C521 director, and Roy Price C'57D, who is assistant director. Most of the Westmonters who are working in Y.F.C. are in clubs, with nine working in nine of the fifteen clubs in an area extended from San Luis Obispo to Fillmore. Many other Westmont students have served in the clubs on an individual basis-speaking, singing, and giving testimonies. Still others work in rallies as ushers, personal workers and members of musical groups such as the chorale and trumpet trio. Regular staff musicians are John Hubbard and Jan Sanborn both of the Westmont faculty. Many Westmont students have been able to gain practical training in youth work. At the same time they are being used of the Lord as an influence in the lives of teenagers throughout the area. Pi Gamma Chi was organized to tie the work in more closely to the College Campus and at the same time to pro- vide a basis for training. 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Science Club, with Mr. Maksoudian as advisor, has been active this past year in its Math Lab, Marine Ecology talk by Dr. Cornell, several busi- ness meetings, films, and an up-to-date discussion on missiles and rockets by Mr. Jim Galbreath. The climax of the year's activities came when the club traveled to Los Angeles area for an overnight trip visiting various aspects of scientific studies. Science Club is open to all Westmont students interested in science and it is looking forward to bigger and better years in the future. OFFICERS: Ted Bergman, Treasurer, Tom Iverson, President, Maree Mc- Gauhey, Secretary, Chuck Friedline, Vice President. The purpose of Math Lab was to give students the opportunity to solve their dif- ficult problems together. President Tom Iverson and Vice Presl dent Chuck Friedline. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB For years man has searched for a clearer vision of the world about him. Within this search is man's de- sire to know of the intricate windows of his own mind. Psychology, as such, is a relatively new field, but the problem of psychology has been pondered for cen- turies. lt is the purpose of psychology, and likewise the psychology club, to study these mysteries and to Come to a better understanding of man, not only in social and personal relations but also in the eternal. To do this the club meets to discuss, to hear, and to see on film the advancements that have been and are being made in the area of psychology both theoretical- ly and practically. F do x Psychology Are you abnormal? C ub Officers Psychology Mayors, Jim Schmook, Norm Wright, Phil Mitchell, look over some ink blot tests. DELTA TALI OMICRQ Shining up their windows Delta Tau Omicron members gained clearer insights into professional education Through movies panels speakers and informal discussions with Teachers in The field, Al Williams president of The club first semes. Ter and Helen Tiemann president second semes. ter worked together with The rest of The cabinet and Dr. Osborn advisor in planning the meet- ings which would be of interest to The members, I I I I . I l . I . . I . I . , The members ot the education club consist of 5 X lk 3 1 get-T? S Z 1 R all education mayors and anyone else interested in this Tield. CHOIR Under the direction of Mr. John Hubbard and Mr. William Beasley, the West- mont College Choir completed another outstanding season. The highlights of the year included a Christmas Concert and highly successful tour during Easter vaca- tion through Southern California. The Christmas Concert was highlighted by the singing of the traditional Hallelujah Chorus from the Messiah. The event was at- tended by many local residents who filled the church to capacity. One of the features of the second semester choir was the new robes which were worn for the first time on tour. Another innovation was that of having the Westmont College Quartet travel with the choir and sing with the group in addition to singing as a quartet. Every church along the way was receptive to the choir and welcomed them warmly. A few of the other programs in which the choir participated were the honorary chapel for Dr. Bauder, the chapel for the Woman's Auxiliary of Los Angeles, the city-wide choir concert in March, a spring concert, and the graduation exercises at the end of the year. Top on the list of benefits the choir received were the spiritual blessings each member experienced. There are the only really lasting things and each member has many rich blessings that he will cherish for a long time. CHOIR OFFICERS Kerf Hulfgrenl p,-esfdenf Sandy Edwards, Co-Social Chairman Harold Franklin, Manage, Louis Barbieri, Co-Social Chairman Carol Sherwood, Secretary-Treasurer Nan.CY Peterson, Llbfaflan . lva Jean Owens, Co-Devotional Chairman MaV'lYn Van Paffenf R059 CUSf00l'af" Larry Ballenger, Co-Devotional Chairman As rumors about their collective fu- ture circulated around the campus, the members of the Westmont Quartet as- cended above their spells of indecision long enough and often enough to sing their way through another year of school. They kept busy with frequent con- certs and appearances for churches, youth groups, campus, radio and TV programs, and civic organizations throughout Southern California. The many public appearances of the much traveled five added to the growing reputation of their smooth style and unique arrangements, as well as con- tributing to the widespread reputation of their Alma Mater. CHORALIER I2 QLIARTET Paul Sandberg, First Tenor, Skip Ross, Second Tenor, Robin Montz, Baritone, John Felten, Bass, and Since its formation in January Of 1957, the Kerrvvood Choraliers, under the spirited leadership of Mr. John Lundberg, have sung for various ban- quets and programs. Their repertoire ranges from such western classics aS "Bury Me Out on the Lone Pfairie" to new arrangements of sacred sonQ5' With such variety of selections the Chor-aliers have been requested to sir1Q for the Open l-louse program, the Homecoming Banquet, and the D91 velopment Banquet held at the Mira- mar Hotel. llftf lass: and ary ol Under , John gban- enoire sics 55 rie" T0 SOUQS' is the '0Slllll ,I the e De' Mira' TRI G ENSEMBLE Westmont's String Ensemble pro- vides some of the sweetness we hear from our windows. This tine group practiced under the leadership ot Mr. John Hubbard. Four violins, one viola, two cellos, and a piano accompanist composed the ensemble. They en- ioyed playing for the Community Chest luncheon, Kiwanis Club on West- mont Day, and the Y.M.C.A. Banquet. They took a major part in the tall pro- grams of the choir as they accom- panied several numbers. PraCtiCe periods proceeded smoothly, except tor the day the ensemble had an epi- demic ot broken strings. PEP BAN The Warrior Pep Band is one ot our most "spirited" groups on campus. This year the band added many novelty numbers as well as the popular marches. ln tact, is it true it hit occasion- ally a new tone ot "H" flat? At pep rallies, all home games, and one out ot town basketball game the pep band actively played its part. The band was under the direction of Mr. John Hubbard and Harold Franklin represented the group in the rally committee. Joe France, band manager, was responsible for setting up all equip- ment. Distribution ot music was taken care of by Shirley Gilliatt, and Dave Barkey was student director. II3 , l W.R.A. Officers Jumping through the window frame into the beautiful Santa Barbara sun- shine, are the athletically in- clined members of the Women's Recreation Asso- ciation. This association provides opportunities ,for physical exercise through tennis, basketball, volley- ball, badminton, ping-pong, and other desired sports. Several playdays were attended in Los Angeles which provided not only competition, but also chances to meet women from other Southern Cali- fornia colleges. Another activity pre- sented this year was a fash- ion show, which was initi- ated in cooperation with the better dress shops of Santa Barbara. This will be an an- nual affair for the fashion conscious. N. XX - Miss Lovik, Advisor . X Kay Johnson models at EX XXX g Fashion Show. X X ..-,ws Q -- W... . s. 4 X V 'Wei 5 'PN N main. , ui. hlefgfll 'Sci allcn i I N'- i i . ,x Unites Q H iii, ill' Veg plflg-pal l Sim ' iygw gi. M: A .. 4. 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Xbixx' N W s ,V ' 1 ',..f.6'amf' ' ,ff Y .- was firm- M Br ' ls . vw 9574 Freshman inifiafion was celebrated by a Tribe of Indians and ended in a giant pow-wow I20 ,aww ,vw fp-a X Q .ff 5 AIN s A N, mg ASHI Ten best dressed women included Neff To right! Helen Tiemann, Kay Johnson, Joyce McMechan, and Ginger Cory. Jennifer Van Syoc, Pat Cunningham, Anna Brinks, Susie Moore, Arlene Harrison, and Grace Stockton completed our fBSl1l0n group. WM fam NWWWMXNV WW W6 vfffmf 4,70 Q 'YW eww s cs., aw Sim Lovely Ginger Cory was our queen. is Q 2 QMEN S DCR LIFE Serenadmg was a specnal Treat To dorm lnfe UniT l l Best place of all. -'JL J W ,Wi E :NZ , 4 l ,, W 2? S I0 wa ,, XXX l l Party Time! Mom Leonard Mail time every- one flocked to the mail- boxes with high hopes for some mail from home. AIL Tl LEADS T0 After this, the biggest attraction was the student store. i 1' f Tumi T sToRE TI Devotions in the Lounge. it S y ,WS V' Q as-N fy, 'fi LOLI GE 6, LLL 5 xt 3 s 9 xg S' a L X LQ A strange scene in our student Lounge. Christmas time in the Lounge Q br Q'n' L it g as giifigf 6 L LIFE Relaxation in the Lounge L ' x MK 3 s- A LL 5 X 'X s LLL L -QL L is LLXL N its K L Q. XL L sky ae z L Lis And a familiar scene in our Lounge. Rou D THE FouNTAlN ' ' d t th f ' . . This appointment was ma e a e ountam We can see The fountain from here. - wvsx A wedding by the XX X its fountain? y 1 ,ls Dreaming of the fountain? Rayma meets her fountain of youth on her birthday. At least they didnt fall into the fountain, Carol. Just beside the fountain is our library. ut-f' Eff Q 3 X ki. V XX , WN N v QR ,X X XX N XY S s X X-so Everyihung was spnc and span. -sfrm N my 1 5, ms X ss 3. .ss-,-s. A Thanksgiving program was given by The Little Red Schoolhouse. 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T X 4 ,J ,X f iff r yi-1 4 ,.,,: , g Q, , , i f s . X N. cs . s v N .4 4 . s, . f Qi is .4 f is 15 'Mi T., , 5 ' W ,Qs ,KX sg ix 'V is Q QW 4 .C gg , 4 if is s A f . x - Q WEST? XJ ,,, X S T U Q If' i .E I, 1 A Q Z? f f , s . r - X x , , , rmfw , .X - . :X X x X J X as E X WM , 5, ,S 5 ,l X -f is be r . 55 "-sm, .5 Q, ' T X ,, 1 , , H, if x Front row, kneeling: .lack Siemens, Coach, Winnie Jones, Manager. Second row, left To right: Don Rankin, Dan Arens, Ed Holt, Dave NewharT, Ben Luce. Third row: John Hammerback, Rol Skelton, Ron McCloskey, Paul Heinrichs, Keith Wilson, and George Terzian. The Warriors ended The season vviTh a record of IO vvins and 15 losses. l-lovvever, The season's vvin and loss column could have been reversed if The pendulum of luck had svvung The oTher way. Many Times The Warriors were beaTen by The slim margin of one or Tvvo poinTs, or had To go inTo an overTime period To decide The ouTcome of The game. Coach Jack Siemens noT only displayed his Tal- enT as a smarT baskeTball menTor buT also seT an excellenT example spiriTually for The Team. This vvas a deTiniTe TacTor in molding The Team inTo a smooTh-playing uniT. Closing ouT Their basl4eTball careers aT WesT- monT were seniors Dan Arens, Ed l-lolT, John McGill, and George Terzian. George led The Team offensively This year averaging 20.5 poinTs per game. Dan and Ed sparked The Team in The back courT ThroughouT The season, vvhile ace rebound- er, "Wally" l-leinrichs and KeiTh Wilson rounded ouT The sTarTing five. Ron McCloskey saw plenTy of acTion as an able sixTh man. 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It was typified by the opening game of the season against the defending state iunior college cham- pions, Allan Hancock Junior College. The Lancers were led by John Hammerback, who averaged 22 points per game and Knute Hansston, who played steady basketball all season long at the forward spot, while Dan Tillman and Erv Estruth played well at their guard positions. The Lancers showed good sportsmanship and Christian ideals on the court throughout the season while they supplied enioyment to the fans at the preliminary games. W "Yeah, Blaine! RALLY CCMMITTEE BOB LARSON Cheerleader 3. is N LX C Q vi A -C Q N15 i 'QNX--Q xii we Exfo- Q - Ii we RALLY COMMITTEE-LaVaI Swanson, Susie Moore, Ginger Cory, and Jennifer Van Syoc. DICK WAGNER Head Cheerleader LANCER YELL LEADERS+Jim Bowman, Louie Barbieri, Carol Gerhart, and Kay Geddes. W' W'-nf.. , 'Tar sw f . LXR 1 Willy, Pep Band Westmont mascot ,,,..., ASEB LL Coach Slemans had a good nucleus of reTurnlng leTTermen This year The sTrong polnTs of The Team seemed To be The hiTTlng and The fielding There was hiTTing power in The baTTing lineup from The TirsT man down To The lasT wlTh hlTTlng depTh also on The bench AlThough There was noT any one ouTsTanding defensive man The fielding was good because They worked as a Team This year s unusual amounT of rain greaTly dlsrupTed The baseball season We began The season wlTh more games Than pracTice sessions The only weakness was in p1Tching ReTurning piTchers who carried mosT of The load were .lim GilberT and Ron SmiTh wlTh rookie relief piTchers backing Them up The coaching sTaTT consisTed of Coach Siemens and Coach Lyman BuTTerTield assisTing One of The highlighTs of The season was The deTeaT handed Cal Poly by The Warriors The TirsT Time ThaT WesTmonT has deTeaTed Cal Poly in any sporT in The hisTory of The school Larry Lockwood, Coach Jack Siemens, Jerry RoTh, Dan Arens, Al Walker, Val Harper Ed Holt Clg Ce Keeney, Rich Newman, KeiTh Wilson, Pete McKean, Ron Smifh, Joe Minker, Jim Gilbert Dan,TiIlmZm Bill Taylor, Tom Furze. ' ' Returning Third baseman, Al Walker. INFIELDERS- Al Walker Pete McKean Dan Tillman Ed Holt Dan Arens, Joe Mmker. That curve ball always gets 'em. I5l f x ,f Coach Siemans and Manager Larry Lock- wood. I52 Pitcher Jim Gilbert winds up for a strike. ' PITCHERS: Rich Newman, Keith Wilson, Ed Holt, Ron Smith, Joe Minker, Jim Gilberf. 2 You re out! Anoiher long drive. Down The old ailey. Strnke Three! TRACK WesTmonT's '58 Track squad welcomed 22 men ouT aT The sTarT of The season, buf as Time ap- proached The opening meeT of The year, The Team had loeen reduced To a compacf T2-man squad. The Warrior Thin clads were under The super- vision of Coach Hal Spencer, who also compeTed in his IasT year of Track aT WesTmonT. This year's squad was sTrengThened by many new freshmen and Transfer sTudenTs, who showed promise, and will undoubTedly conTribuTe much To Warriorville in The following season. HAROLD SPENCER Track Coach 041 WesTmonT Warrior Track Team Dean Werelius, pole vaulter, 'fries for height. Roy Hahner winds up for The dis cus. And there it goes! style. Warrior broad iumper practices Bob Nicholson, hurdler, shows his And The distance men come into The home stretch! .suvi9?ia7577'f .. . U- '-ra A Westmont Warrior showing high iumping form' Didn't I 'fell you? lt's easy. 3,m CRQSS CDU TRY ell, WiTh only a handful of men again This year, Coach Hal Spencer began building 6 cross-counTry Team. The progress made during The season reflected The resulTs of his earnesT efforTs. Off To a good sTarT The Team did well This season for The amounf of men. Placing among The Top men Wefe PeTe McKean, Phil MiTchell, Bob Todd, and Wayne McCormack. They were few in num- ber, buf greaT in spirif. PeTe McKean in Training. TENN S BOB LARSON Larson and Bergman team up for a doubles match. TED BERGMAN The Warrior Tennis six began and ended Their T957-58 season with exciting matches, under Mr. "Mack" Maksoudian as advisor. George Terzian, playing his final varsity matches, showed his usual ability on the courts, giving his opponents the anticipated competition and the spectators the antici- pated thrill. Cousins, Dave and Ted Berg- man, with one year of varsity tennis behind them, provided breath-taking moments. Dave, as the number one man in several matches, proved himself to be a fighting racketeer, and indicated greater potentiality for future intercollegiate tennis. The smiling "sweet Swede" Larson, also a second year man on the team, participated in some rough and tough intercollegiate tennis games, while Dave Newhart and Jim Bowman, as new members, showed their capabilities, winning many love matches. GEORGE TERZIAN 4.-...v -,nu -.qu nfNu1.,,.w--a-.-0 9--:pee .JA ,qi 4 ' - " 2 -- ---- gf ' . .. ,I -. ' 1 ' 1-x A .ZX V, -I ., , V ' ' U ' K ,, ,:., . .,.. . 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MORGAN, COLLEEN 3835 Country Club Dr., Long Beach 7, Calif. MORGENSTERN, DAISY 847 Pleasant, Fresno, Calif. MORRILL, MARILYN 1131 Laurel Rd., Santa Paula, Calif. MORRISON, MARILYN Rt. 2, Box 343, Boring, Ore. MORRISON, MARY JO 4613 Collis Ave., Los Angeles 32, Calif. MOSER, RUTH ANN 493 Flower, Costa Mesa, Calif. MOTOYOSHI, KYOKO 806 Pohukaina St., Honolulu 13, Hawaii MOUW, DEALBERT 203 Ventura St., Altadena, Calif. MULDER, OLIVE 627 E. Windsor, Glendale 5, Calif. NAEF, GAIL, 923 Helen Ave., Yuba City, Calif. NELSON, JOAN 22918 S. Mariposa, Torrance, Calif. NESTELL, RENEE 9555 Almond St., Paradise, Calif. NEVIS, LAURA 501 E. Mountain St., Glendale 7, Calif. NEWELL, JOHN 657 Bristol Ave., Stockton 4, Calif. NEWHART, DAVID 2400 Glen Canyon Rd., Altadena, Calif. NEWMAN, RICHARD 310 W. Elm Ave., Langhorne, Penn. NEWTON, MARCIA 511 No. K, Dinuba, Calif. NICHOLSON, ROBERT 3368 Hill' St., Huntington Park, Calif. NICHOLSON, SANDRA 3368 Hill St., Huntington Park, Calif. 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POMEROY, LOUISE 3146 Nickel, Los Alamos, New Mexico PRESNELL, JOANNE Rt. 2, Box A-30, Modesto, Calif. PRICE, VALERIA 12 W. Custis Ave., Alexandria, Va. PULIS, DWIGHT 331 N. Yellowstone, Livingston, Mont. RAGSDALE, CARLA Rt. 1, Box 92B, Eagle Point, Ore. RALSTON, LILLIE Rt. 1, Box 87, McMinnville, Ore. RAMOS, ANITA 1326 Armacost Ave., West Los Angeles 25 RANKIN, DONALD 301 Park Rose, Monrovia, Calif. REYNOLDS, JEANNETTE '11-6 Wells Ave., Lowell, Ariz. RHEA, MARY 1508 West Pioneer, Puyallup, Wash. RICHARD, ROBERT 4175 Lago Dr., Santa Barbara, Calif. RIDINGER, VALERIE 2310 Thurman Ave., Los Angeles 16, Calif ROBBISN, DIANE 1751 McCallum, Los Angeles, Calif. ROBERTSON, CHARLEEN 16442 Englewood, Los Gatos, Calif. RODDE, ROBERT 1461 Cedar Lane, Walnut Creek, Calif. RODGERS, JAMES 891 5th St., Camas, Wash. RODRIGUES, CARLOS 2221 Belmont Ave., Fresno, Calif. ROESSLER, JEANETTE 604 Webb, Glendale, Ariz. ROSEWALL, JANET 1060 Mitchell, Turlock, Calif.. ROSS, KEN ANDRE 4941 E. 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STEPHENS, RAYMA 653 S. Ivy, Medford, Ore. STETTLER, CAROL 2717 Blossom Dr., Salem, Ore. STETZER, CAROLYN 4190 Milton Rd., Salem, Ore. STOCKTON, GRACE 1906 Glen Canyon Rd., Santa Cruz, Calif. SWAIM, PATRICIA Star Route, Marysville, Calif. SWANSON, LAVAL Rt. 1, Box 613, Delhi, Calif. SWICKARD, PATRICIA 885 Collingwood Dr., Pomona, Calif. SWIFT, SHARON 11633 St. Andrews Place, Los Angeles 47, Cali TANKERSLEY, ARTHUR 1504 Bonham St., Amarillo, Texas TAUTFEST, LEO Craigmont, Idaho TAYLOR, WILLIAM 6203 Watcher St., Bell Gardens, Calif. TEGGER, ARTHUR 1043 Fiske St., Pacific Palisades, Calif. TERRELL, TOM Rt. 8, Box 311, Yakima, Wash. TERZIAN, GEORGE 2378 Catherine Rd., Altadena, Calif. THIEDE, TERRY Rt. 3, Box 404, Golden, Colo. THIELEN, MARILYN 1827 West 17th, Albany, Ore. THOMAS, LYNN 1910 Weepah Way, Hollywood 46, Calif. THOMPSON, GLADYS 451 Rose Ave., Kelowna, B.C., Canada TIEMANN, HELEN , 202 E. Glenn St., Tucson, Ariz. TILLMAN, DAIEL 813 Tombstone, Bisbee, Ariz. TITTLE, EVELYN 11882 Loraleen, Garden Grove, Calif. TODD, ROBERT P.O. Box 1972, Orcutt, Calif. TODD, SHARON Box 1972, Orcutt, Calif. TRUITT, ANITA 3063 Roxanne, Long Beach 8, Calif. TUCKER, LYNN 1101 Drake St., Perryton, Texas TURBYFILL, KELLY 1019 Whitley St., Whittier, Calif. VAN DER TUIN, LINE 9302 Dorrington Pl., Pacoima, Calif. VAN DUSEN, DAVID I 1453 Highland Ave., Glendale 2, Calif. VANPATTEN, MARILYN 533 Mar Vista Dr., Vista, Calif. VAN SYOC, JENNIFER 429 N. Daisy, Pasadena, Calif. VENTURA, WENDELL Kihei, Maui, Hawaii VICKROY, SHIRLEY ANN 235 Colon Ave., San Francisco 12, Calif. VISICK, VERNON Rt. 1, Box 1423, Elk Grove, Calif. VORRATH, RONNIE Grainger, Alberta, Canada VOSKUYL, RUTH 40 Cedar Lane, Santa Barbara, Calif. WAGNER, RICHARD 3136 Stevens, La Crescenta, Calif. WALKER, ALBERT 3903 Bandini Ave., Riverside, Calif. WALKER, DORIS 1222 Hill Dr., Los Angeles 41, Calif. WALKER, MARILYN 3924 Clark Ave., Long Beach 8, Calif WALLACE, LEON 1140 Front St., Albany, Ore. 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WILSON, KEITH 1608 Gourley, Boise, Idaho WING, JAMES 1645 Victoria Dr., Modesto, Calif. WORTHLEY, JEANNE 1079 W. 16th Ave., Albany, Ore. WRIGHT, NORMAN 8439 Kirkwood Dr., Hollywood 46, Calif. YOKAITIS, JANICE 9122 Hargis St., Los Angeles 34, Calif. YOUDE, EDNA 408 West 8th, Imperial, Calif. Accreditation .....,...-...--..... TDPICAL I DEX l 7 Administrative Personnel ,-... ,,,,.,,,,. l 3 Advertisements ..............., ,,-,,, Band ....... ...., Baseball ...... .....- Basketball Biblical Studies ........ ..... l6O-l7l H--- l l 3 l 50-l 53 T36-l 47 -- 22-23 Board ot Trustees ...... ......... l l Cheerleaders ....... ...... T48-l49 Choir ................ ........... l l l Chorallers ...... ....... l l2 Citadel ....................... ....... 4 6-47 Cross Country, Track ..... ....... l 58 Dedication .................... Development Committee ..... 6-7 l 4 Education Club ............. ....... l 10 Education Department ................ ........ Educational Policies Committee ....... Executive Council .................... - Faculty ................ ....... Fine Arts 20-2l l 7 l 2 20-32 18-l 9 Fishermen's Club ....... ....... 9 8-99 Foreword Freshman Class ....... ........ 8l-9l Gospel Team ...... ....... l O6 Horizon ..... ....... 4 4-45 Judiciary ....... -Q ...... 48 Junior Class ..... ....... 5 9-67 Lei O' Limas ........ ........ 9 6-97 Men's Association ..... ...... 4 O Men's Open House ......................... 4l Modern Languages and Literature ............ 30-3l Natural Science ............... Philosophy Department ....- Physical Education ....... President Voskuyl ............. Psychology Department ......- Psychology Club ............... Public Relations ........ Quartet ........... L ........... Rural Missions Workers ,..... Rally Committee ........ Q- Science Club ...... Senior Class ......................... Social Science Department ........ Song Leaders .................... Sophomore Class .............. Spring Semester Students ..... Student Council ................ Student Directory ..... Student Lite -...,.,..,.,......,.....,-.- Student Missions Fellowship ........ - String Choir ...,..,,....-.,,--,,---,, Statt ........,....,-,,,,,,- Table ot Contents ........ Telescope .-,.,,,-.,-- -- Tennis ....... Track ..... ll II W Club ,,,,-.,-,-,..-,,.-,N VVOI'nGn'S Association ............ 26-27 22-23 32 lO 20-2l lO9 l 6 l l 2 lOO-lOl T48-T49 l O8 49-58 24-25 l 48-l 49 7l-80 92-93 38-39 l72-l77 ll7-l35 lO2 ll3 33-35 5 29 l59 l 54-l 57 ll5 42 Women's Dorm Association .,.. 4 ..,, ........ 4 3 Women's Recreational Association Young Lite ........... Youth For Christ ....... ll4 lO3 l O4-l O5 if .,.,,,..-Q......-,....1.L,.1.g..,fs....n-.-..A..L ,..-..,.,....,.w.m vs.,f.A .- This year has been an unusually full and evenTful one in The life of WesTmonT. We have aTTempTed To record These imporTanT evenTs ThaT you mighT always remember Them. ' As we looked Through The window of life This pasT year we have seen The hand of The Lord in all Things. Receiving The governmenT loan was a Tremendous sTep for- ward for WesTmonT. IT helped pave The way for The accrediTaTion for which we have been praying many years. We have also seen The hand of The Lord in The organiza- Tion and compleTion of our CiTadel This year. Only Through cooperafion, hard work, and faiTh has iT been possible To give To you, The family of WesTmonT, The T958 Cifadel. We would like To acknowledge The Tire- less work done by: PhoTographers, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tomlinson's STudio, STudenT phoTographer, Eugene HagerTy, Mr. Ken Davidson of Taylor Publishing Company, Mr. Phil Clark of S. K. Smifh Company, and The PublicaTion Board of WesTmonT College. To These people we exTend our sincere appreciaTion. We leave To you This book which is a reminder of The pasT and wiTh you we look forward To The many addiTional blessings ThaT we will receive in The fufure. 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