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Pacific Lutheran College Bulletin Volume XXI

No.1

May, 1941

CATALOG 1940-1941

J.nnouncements for 1941-1942

Parkland, Washington

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Published quarterly by Pacific Lutheran College at Tacoma :lnd Parkhnd. Washington. Entered as seccnd路clus mattet April 26, 1927, at the post office at Tacoma, Washington, under the Act of August 24, 1912.


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School Calendar SUMMER SESSION 1941

Registration begins 9 a. m. Classes begin 8:00 a. m. Independence Day, a holiday First Term ends Second Term begins Summer Session closes

Monday, June 9 Tuesday, June 1 0 Friday, July 4 Wednesday, July 9 Thursday, July 1 0 Friday, August 8

FIRST SEMESTER 1941

Tuesday, September 2, to Saturday, September 6 Pre路registration Faculty Meeting, 1 0 a. m. Saturday, September 6 Registration begins 9 a. m. Monday, September 8 Formal Opening, 1 0: 15 a. m . Tuesday, September 9 Classes begin 1 1 :10 a . m. Tuesday, September 9 First Quarter ends Friday , November 7 Thanksgiving Recess begins 3 :45 p. m. Wednesday, November 26 Thanksgiving Recess closes 8:00 a. m. Monday, December 1 Christmas Recess begins 3:45 p. m. Friday, December 1 9 1942

Christmas Recess ends 8:00 a. m. Semester Examinations close

Monday, January 5 Friday, January 23

SECOND SEMESTER Monday, January 26 Sunday, February 22 Friday, March 27 \'V'ednesday, April 1

Registration completed \'V'ashington's Birthday, a holiday Third Quarter ends Easter Recess begins 3 :45 p. m. Easter Recess ends 8:00 a. m . Semester Examinations close

Monday, April 6 Friday, May 29 Saturday, May 3 0 Sunday, May 3 1 Monday, June 1

Memorial Day, a holiday Baccalaureate Service, 8 p. m. Commencement Exercises, 2:30 p. m.

SUMMER SESSI'ON 1942

Registration begins 9 a. m. Classes begin 8:00 a. m. Independence Day, a holiday First Term Ends Second Term Registration Classes begin 8:00 a. m. Summer Session closes -

Wednesday, June 1 0 Thursday, June 11 Saturday, July 4 Friday, July 1 0 Saturday, July 1 1 Monday, July 1 3 Wednesday, August 1 2


Officers

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Representing the Pacific District of the Norwegian L u th eran Chur ch of A mer ica

Ex-Officio Member Rev. H. L. Foss, 105 Columbia St_, Seattle, Washington

Term Expires August 19, 1941 Mr. H_ L. J- Dahl, Parkland, Washington Rev. M. K. Hartmann, 303 N. E Multnomah St., Portland, Oregon

Term Expires 1942 Mr. Olaf Halvorson, 6603 Marconi St., Huntington Park, California Mr. M. T. Hokenstad, Route 1, Snohomish, Washington Rev. S. J. N. Ylvisaker, Secretary, Stanwood, Washington

Term Expires 1943

Mr. N. N. Hageness, Treasure', 924 No. K St., Tacoma, Washington Rev. Alf M. Kraabe1, President, 1317 N. E. Grand Ave., Portland, Oregon Rev. L. Rasmussen, Parkland, Washington

Term Expires 1944 Mr. A. A. Mykland, Vice President, Issaquah, Washington

Term Begins August 19, 1941, and Expires 1944 Rev. O. S. Gudmunsen, 722 Van Ness Ave. S., San Francisco, California Mr. George Knutzen, Burlington, Washington

Repr esenting the Northw ester n Distr i c t of the A mer ican L u theran Ch urch

Term Expires 1942 Rev. A. R. M. Kettner, 909 So. 5th St., Tacoma, Washington Rev. E. C. Knorr, 810 W. Crockett St., Seattle, Washington Rev. L. Ludwig, 3315 N. E. 17th Ave., Portland, Oregon

R eprese n ting the Columbia Confere nc e of the Augustana Synod

Term Expires 1942 Mr. R. F. Engvall, 2101 N. Prospect Ave., Tacoma, Washington Rev. Elmer M. Johnson, 510 Carlyon Ave., Olympia, Washington Rev. Paul V. Randolph, 2947 N. E. 8th Ave., Portland, Oregon

Representi n g the Pacif i c Luth er a n College A l u m ni Associ ation.

T am Expires 1942 Mr. Arnt Oyen, Poulsbo, \'V'ashington Mr. John Tenwick, 1003 No. I St., Aberdeen, \'V'ashington

Executive Committee of the Board

Term Expires August 19, 1941 Mr. H. L. J. D'Ihl Rev. L. Ludwig Rev. Alf M. Kraabe'l Rev. Elmer M. Johnson Rev. S. J. N. Ylvisaker


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OFFICERS

AU D I T INC C O M M ITTEE Mr. A. T. Elmer, Bank of California, Tacoma, Washington Mr. A. L. Leknes, Stanwood, Washington

BOARD OF V I S I TO RS Rev. G. L. Belgum, 1316 N. Huson St., Tacoma, Washington Rev. Theo. Hokenstad, Bremerton, \'V'ashington Rev. J. T. Norby, 1 07 Columbia St., Seattle, Washington Mrs. P. B. Hoff, 505 No. L St., Tacoma, Washington Mrs. M. L. Nesvig, 1 50 Valley St., Seattle, Washington

CHURCH O F F I C I ALS Ceneral Dr. J. A. Aasgaard, President, 408 5th Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minnesota Dr. T. F. Gullixson, First Vice President, Luther Theological Seminary, Como Ave. and Luther Place, St. Paul, Minnesota Dr. G. M. Bruce, Second Vice President, 1 Seminary Campus, Como Ave. Luther Place, St. Paul, Minnesota

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Dr. A. J. Bergsaker, Secretary, 408 5th Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minnesota Dr. H. O. Shurson, Treasurer, 425 4th St. S., Minneapolis, Minnesota

Pacific District Rev. H. L. Foss, President, 1 05 Columbia St., Seattle, Washington Rev. N. B. Thorpe, Vice President, 8 1 5 Junipero Ave., Long Beach, Cdifornia Dr. H. A. Stub, Secretary, 1 21 5 Thomas St., Seattle, Washington

Board of Education Dr. J. A. Aasgaard, Chairman, 408 5th Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minnesota Dr. J. c. K. Pre us, Executive Secretary, 408 5th Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minnesota Dr. S. C. Eastvold, 1 004 Oxford Ave., Eau Claire, Wisconsin Dr. H. J. Glenn, 333 S. Spring Ave., Sioux Falls, South Dakota Rev. Arthur E. Hanson, 709 Main St., Brookings, South Dakota Mr. Oscar H. Kjorlie, 921 S. 6th St., Fargo, North Dakota Mr. Ole Rusley, Lake Mills, Iowa Mr. A. M .Wisness, Willmar, M innesota

I ntersynodical Advisory Committee Rev. N. A. Menter, 4775 Iroquois Ave., Detroit, Michigan Dr. J. c. K. Preus, 408 5th Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minnesota Dr. Victor Spong, 4240 Genesee St., Kansas City, Missouri


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LUTHERAN COLLEGE

ADM I N I STRAT I O N

1940-1941

President

Oscar Adolf Tingelstad

Vice President in Charge of Congregational Field Service Dean of the College Division Principal of the High School Business Manager

Arling Gustav Sannerud F. E. Theodore Nelsson

Registrar

Philip Enoch Hauge

Dean of Men

Theodore O. H. Karl

Dean of Women

Mrs. Lora B. Kreidlet

Assistant Deans of Women Supervisor of Teacher Training Librarian

Grace E. Blomquist, Rhoda Mae Hokenstad Anna Marn Nielsen John Ulrik Xavier

Assistant Librarian

Ole J. Stuen Rev. Trygve O. Svare

College Pastor Physicians

Mikkel Lono Philip Enoch Hauge

John M. Havlina, M. D., John Arnason Johnson, M. D. Frederick S. Henricksen

College Attorney Secretary of the Faculty Treasurer of the Endowment Fund

W. D. Keith Reid Forrest C. Mason

Alumni Secretary

Mrs. Irene Dahl Hageness

Secretary to the Registrar

Mrs. Linka Preus DeBerry

Secretary to the President

Alma Martha Stolee

Assistant to the Treasurer

Mrs. Esther H. Davis Carl S. Fynboe, Paul A. Preus

Field Agents Director of Publicity Director of the Summer Session Athletic Director for Men Athletic Director for Women Coach of Forensics and Dramatics Director of Music Organizations Manager of the Choir

Edvin Tingelstad Philip Enoch Hauge Clifford Orin Olson Rhoda Mae Hokenstad Theodore O. H. Karl Gunnar Johannes Matmin Mikkel Lono

Mission Society Adviser

Jesse Philip Pflueger

Mooring Mast Advisers

Mrs. Ruth S. Franck, Ole J. Stuen

Saga Advisers

Herbert R. Ranson, F. E. Theodore Nelsson, Dora A. Berg

Engineer and Electrician Janitor and Custodian Curator of the Library Building Superintendent of Grounds

Thorsten H. Olson Severin Hinderlie Julius Petersen Kenneth Jacobs


Faculty 1940-1941 EMERITUS PETER JEREMIAH BARDON

Social Science

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B. S., Valparaiso College, 1892; B. A., University of Washington, 1911; M. A., University of Washington, 1927; graduate work, University of Washington, summers 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934. 1935. At Pacific Luth­ eran Academy, 1912-17; at Pacific Lutheran College since 1929 (Emeritus 1938) .

ACTIVE REV. OSCAR ADOLF TINGELST AD

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President

Graduate, Pacific Lutheran Academy, 1900, 1902; A. B., Luther College, 1905; Cando Theol., Luther Seminary, 1907; A. M., University of Chic�, 1913; Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1925. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1928.

Lib rarian A. B., Luther College, 1893; Cando Theol., Luther Seminary, 1 898; gradu­

REV. JOHN ULRIK XAVIER

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ate work, University of Minnesota. 1898-99; M. A., University of Wash­ ington, 1929. At Pacific Lutheran Academy, 1902-07, 1908-16; at Pacific Lutheran Col l e ge since 1920 (part time since 1940).

OLE J. STUEN, Assistant Librarian

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Norse

B. A., University of Washington, 1912; M. A., University of Washington, 1913, also graduate work there, summers 1914, 1915, 1916, 1936. At Pacific Lutheran Academy, 1913-18; at Pacific Lutheran College since 1921.

PHILIP ENOCH HAUGE, Dean of the College, Registrar

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Educatiol1

A. B., St. Olaf College, 1920; M. A., University of Washington, 1924; g ra duate work, University of Washington, summers 1930, 1940, and part time 1931-32, 1939-40, University of Chicago, summer 1933. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1920.

MRS. LORA BRADFORD KREIDLER

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Dean

of Women

College work, Carleton College, 1890-91, University of Minnesota, 189192; art work, Minneapolis School of Art, 1895-98, College of Puget Sound, summer 1924, Universi ty of Washington, summers 1929, 1930. At Pacifio Lutheran College since 1921 (part time since 1940).

Chemistry , Ci'Yii Aeronautics A. B., st. Olaf College, 1914; Cando Theol., Luther Theological Seminary,

REV. ANDERS WILLIAM RAMSTAD

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1918; M. S., University of Washington, 1936, special work there, summer 1 940. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1925.

MRS. LOUISE STIXRUD TAYLOR, Assistant Registrar

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.English, Home Relations

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B. A., University of Washington, 1924; graduate work, University of Washington, 1925. At Pacific Lutheran College, 1927-29 and since 1930. On leave of absence since August, 1935; resigned April 1, 1941.


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MRS. ELIZABETH HOLM BONDY

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German, Frellch

A. B., Fairmont College, 1910; study abroad, 1912-13; graduate work, University of Wisconsin, summers 1914, 1915; M. A., University of Wash­ ington, 1928, also graduate work there, summers 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1940. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1929.

CLIFFORD ORIN OLSON

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Jlhysical Education

A. B., Luther College, 1927; Summer Coaching School, Bemidji, MInne­ sota, 1929; State College of Washington, summer 1930; University of Washington, summer 1931; Lut.her College Coaching School, Decorah, Iowa, 1933. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1929, part time since March 15, 1941.

REV. JESSE PHILIP PFLUEGER

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Christianity, Philosophy

B. A., Capital University, 1907; B. S., Capital University, 1910; Cando Theo!., Capital University, 1910; graduate of Tropical Medicine Course, Tulane University, 1914; graduate work, Leipsic University, 1915, Uni· versity of Washington, summer 1931. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1930.

P UL

ARcrANDER PREUS

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Special Representative

A. B., Luther College, 1911; extension work, University of Minnesota. At Pacific Lutheran College since February I, 1931, part time since May I, 1938.

EDVIN TINGELSTAD

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Ys)'chology, Education

Graduate, Pacific Lutheran Academy, 1909; A. B., Luther College, 1917; graduate work, University of Chicago, summer 1920; M. A.. University of Oregon. 1929. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1931. On leave of absence, as exchange professor at Luther College, 1939-40.

WILLIAM DAVID KEITH REID

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Business Administration

B. A .. College of Puget Sound, 1930; graduate work, College of Puget Sound, summers 1931, 1932; M. S .. University of Southern California, 1939. At Pa cific Lutheran College since January. 1932.

FRANZ EDWARD THEODORE NE LSSON

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Business Manager

B. A., College of Puget Sound, 1929; graduate work, University of Wash­ ington, 1930-31, College of Puget Sound, summer 1931. At Pacific Luth­ eran College since 1932.

MISS GEO RENEAU

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History

Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1909; Ph. M., University of Chicago, 1910; graduate work, University of Chicago, part time, 1911-13; and part time, University of Pennsylvania, 1913; extension work, LaSalle Extension University. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1933.

REV

ERNEST ARTHUR LARSON

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Swedish

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A. B .. Augustana College, 1914; graduate work, University of Montana, 1915-16; Cando Theol., Augustana Theological Seminary, 1911. At Pacific Lutheran college, part time, 1932-33, 1934-35, and since 1936.

HAROLD J. LERAAS

Biology

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A. B., Luther College, 1930; M. S., University of Michigan, 1932; Ph. D., University of Michigan, 1935. further study there, summer 1940. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1935.

MICHEL NICHOLAS FRANCK

Latin, Government

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A. B., College of the City of New York, 1934; A. M., New York University, 1935, also graduate work there, summer 1940. At Pacific Lu�hp.ran College since 1935.


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MRS. RUTH SWANSON FRANCK A. B., University of Washington, 1923;

English

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At

Pacific Lutheran

REV. MIKKEL LONO

M. S., Columbia University, 1928. College, part time, since 1935.

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Vice President in Charge of COllgregational Field Service

A. B., Luther College, 1917; Cando Theol., Luther Theological Seminary, 1 920; Th. M., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1921. At Pacific Lutheran College, part t.ime, 1936-37, full time since Nov. I, 1937.

ELVIN MARTIN AKRE

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History, Languages

A. B., Concordia College, 1928; graduate work, North Dakota State College, summer 1930, Concordia Conservatory of Music, summers 1930, 1931, University of Minnesota, summers 1935, 1936; M. A. University of Washington, 1941. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1937.

GUNNAR JOHANNES MALMIN

�_DiTectoT of Music

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A. B., Luther College, 1923; study abroad, 1923-24; B. M., st. Olaf College, 1 925; graduate work, University of Minnesota, summer of 1925, North­ western University, first semester , 1927; M. Mus., University of Michi­ gan, 1940. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1937.

CARL S OLLING-FYNBOE

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Field Agent

A. B., Luther College, 1927; graduate work, University of Nebraska, sum­ mel' 1928; Summer Coaching School, Bemidji, Minnesot.a, 1929. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1938.

MISS RHODA MAE HOKENSTAD

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Physical Education

Graduate, PaCific Lutheran College, 1935; B. A., University of Wash­ ington, 1938, also graduate work there, summer 1940. At Pacific Luther­ an College since 1938.

MISS ANNA MARN NIELSEN

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Supervisor of Teaching Training

A. B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1929; M. A., Columbia University, 1935; graduate work, University of Washington, summers 1937, 1938, 1939. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1939.

Principa l o f the High S ch oo l ___ Graduate, Pacific Lutheran College, 1928; B. A. in Ed., University of Washington, 1931; M. Ed., University of Washington, 1937. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1939.

ARUNG GUSTA V SANNERUD,

MISS GRACE ELEANOR BLOMQUIST

A. B., Concordia College, 1934; M. A., Pacific Lutheran College since 1939.

MISS DORA ALMEDA BERG

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History

Syracuse

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University,

English

1939.

At

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Diploma, School of Art, Cornell College, 1917; B. F_ A., University of Nebraska, 1922; M. A., University of Chicago, 1933. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1940.

OLAF MELVIN JORDAHL

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Physics, Mathematics

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A. B., Luther College, 1925; M. S . , University of Pittsburgh, 1927; Ph. D., University of Wlseoru;in, 1933. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1940.


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HAROLD GERHARD RONNING

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Bducation, Christianity

A. B., Augsburg College, 1928; Cando Theo!. and B. Th., Luther Theo­ logical Seminary, 1931; M. A. in Ed., University of Minnesota, 1932; M. Th., Luther Theological Seminary, 1933; Ph. D., New York Univer­ sity, 1940. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1940.

THEODORE OSCAR HENRY KARL, Dean of Men

Speech

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B. A., Gustavus Adolphus College, 1934; M. A., Gustavus Adolphus Col­ lege, 1936. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1940.

MISS MARY AGATHA BOTTEN, Library Assistant

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Library Science

A. B., Concordia College, 1929; Graduate, University of Wisconsin Library School, 1934. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1940.

HERBERT ROBERT RANSON

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English

B. A., University of Kansas, 1924; M. A., University of Kansas, 1926; Ph. D., University of Washington, 1936. At Pacific Lutheran College since 1940.

MRS. ELLEN HUNTER WEST

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.Nursing Education

B. S., University of Washington, 1934; R. N., University of Washington, 1934; Public Health Certificate, University of Washington, 1937. At Pacific Lutheran College, 1940-41. ASSISTANTS

MRS. ALICE SPENCER WEISS

Piano

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B. M.. Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1925; M. M., Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1926. At Pacific Lutheran College, part time, since 1938.

MRS. IRENE ALETTA DAHL HAGENESS

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.Alumni Secretary

Graduate, Pacific Lutheran College, 1927, 1930; college work, Whitman College, 1930-31; College of Puget Sound, 1935-37. At Pacific Lutheran College as part-time alumni secretary since 1939.

MRS. ELEANOR MORGAN BAROFSKY B. S., University of Wisconsin, 1924. time, since June 1, 1940.

MRS. GUDRUN NESS RONNING

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.Library Assistant

At Pacific Lutheran College, part

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Voice

A. B., st. Olaf College, 1929; voice, Beatrice Thurston, Minneapolis, 1929-35, Frank Bibb, New York, 1937-40, Janet Hill, New York, 1938-40; graduate work in music, New York University, 1938-1940, and Union Theological Seminary, 1939-40.

ADDITIONAL APPOINTMENT

FOR 1941-42

Mr. Lowell J. Satre, a graduate of St. Olaf College and a candidate for the Ph. D. degree at the State University of Iowa, has accepted appointment as teacher of classical languages for 1941-4 Z.


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FAC U LTY COM MITTE ES

1940-1941 The first-named member of each committee is chairman. The President i.s member of all committees.

ex-officio

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: Ramstad, Hokenstad, E. Tingelstad ATHLETICS: Olson, Nelsson, Hokenstad, Sannerud CAMPUS: Nelsson, Karl, Lono CATALOG: Hauge, Nelsson, Sannerud CIVIC AFFAIRS: Fynboe, Pflueger, Stuen, Olson DISCIPLINE: Ramstad, Ronning, Reneau EMPLOYMENT: Nelsson, Kreidler, Olson, Stuen, Fynboe HEALTH: Leraas, Karl, Blomquist, Hokenstad, West LIBRARY: Xavier, Stuen, Botten, Jordahl PLACEMENT: Hauge, Lono, Nielsen, Fynboe, Sannerud, M. Franck PUBLICITY: E. Tingelstad, R. Franck, Karl, Ronning, Berg RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES: Pflueger, Xavier, Ramstad, Lono, Larson, Mal足 min, Ronning, Rev. Svare (advisory) SCHEDULE: Hauge, Olson, Malmin, Hokenstad, Karl SCHOLARSHIP: The Faculty as Committe of the Whole SOCIAL ACTIVITIES: Blomquist, Berg, Hokenstad, Bondy, Kreidler, Reid, Leraas, Akre STUDENT PUBLICATIONS: R. Franck, Stuen, Berg, Neisson, Ranson TEXTBOOKS: Hauge, Nelsson, O. A. Tingelstad


(jeneral Statement H I STOR I CAL Pacific Lu theran College was formed by the union of Pacific Lutheran Academy with Columbia Lutheran College. The first of these, Pacific Lutheran Academy, was established at Parkland, Washington, December 11, 1890, by members of the Synod of the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It began its work on October 14, 1894, and continued until the spring of 1918, at which time its faculty and students were transferred to Columbia College, where the school was operated for one year. The second component, Columbia Lutheran College, of Everett, Washington, was established by members of the United Norwegian Lutheran Church. It opened its doors to students in 1909 and continued its work until the spring of 1919, the last year in conjunction with Pacific Lutheran Academy, as already noted. In 1917 the church bodies were united. In 1920 the Pacific Lutheran College Association was incorporated. By resolution of the Pacific District of the Norwegian Lu theran Church of America, the two schools were united at Park· land under the name of Pacific Lutheran College. The consolidated school was opened to students on October 4, 1920. In the fall of 1929 the work of Christian education carried on at Spokane College was transferred to Pacific Lutheran College, and this arrangement was by resolution of the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America on May 28, 1930, made permanent. Up to 1919 Pacific Lutheran Academy and Columbia Lutheran College had been conducted essentially as secondary schools. Only occasionally did they offer classes in college branches. In 1921, however, the amalgamated institution established a two-year Liberal Arts Department and a two-year Normal Depart. ment, both of college grade. In view of educational legislation and other developments, the Board of Trustees of the College authorized the addition of a third year in the Junior College Division, which change became effective in the Normal Depart· ment in 1931 and in Libera! Arts in 1941. Similarly, the Normal Department was reorganized into a four-year College of Education in 1939. The High School Division is accredited by the State Department of Educa­ tion. In the College Division, the Junior College of Liberal Arts is accredited by the University of \Y,1ashington, and the College of Education by the State De­ partment of Education. On April 8, 1936, the Northwest Association of Second­ ary and Higher Schools also granted Pacific Lutheran College initial accreditation as a junior college and a three-year normal school, and on April 7, 1937, made this accreditation permanent. The State Department of Education, on June 18, 1940, approved Pacific Lutheran College as a four-year teacher-training insti· tution.

GOVER N M ENT A N D OWN ERSH I P

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Pacific Lutheran College is owned and operated by the Pacific District the Norwegian Lutheran Church of America. At one or more of the sessions


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of its annual delegate conventions the District resolves itself into the Pacific Lutheran College Association, a Washington corporation. From its membership at large this body elects annually rhree members of the Board of Trustees of the school for a term of three years and adopts resolutions pertaining to the general management and policies of the school. In 1941 a revision of the articles of incorporation provided for the election of additional Board members selected by the cooperating church groups and the Pacific Lutheran College Alumni Association, as indicated on page 4. These cooperating church groups are the Northwestern District of the American Lutheran Church, since 1930, and the Columbia Conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Augustana Synod, since 1932, (in cooperation with the California Conference since 1941). The Board of Trustees is responsible for the maintenance of the school, and elects president, faculry, and administrative staff. The President is the executive agent of the Board.

C E N ERAL A'M Pacific Lutheran College, the only school of its kind on the Pacific Coast,

has an open and increasingly important field, extending from San Diego, Cali­ fornia, on the south, to Shishmaref, Alaska, on the north, and rhroughout the Rocky Mountain territory on the east. In this field it tries, with success, to provide trained leaders and intelligent and consecrated workers, to build Christian char­ acter, to develop a Christian view of life, to promote the highest type of citizen­ ship, to help keep America Christian, to advance the righteousness that exalts a nation, and to make especially the Lutheran Church effective in its God-given mission. Its constant endeavor will therefore be to promote the highest intellectual development of its students, to give them a sound religious training, and to surround them with such character-building influences as best will fit them for a useful life in home, church, and state.

T H E H O M E OF T H E SC H OOL Parkland, the home o f Pacific Lutheran College, i s a suburb o f the ciry of Tacoma, and is located in a region remarkable for rhe beaury and grandeur of its scenery. To the north, bordering on beautiful Commencement Bay, the gate­ way to the Orient, lies th2 city of Tacoma, with more than 109,000 inhabitants; to the west stretch the snow-clad ranges and peaks of the Olympic Mountains; to the south and east, tier above tier, roll the rugged foothills of the Cascade Mountains, with St. Helens and Adams in the distance, while, towering far above the sur,rounding peaks, rises the majestic cone of Mount Rainier, or Tacoma, with its mantle of eternal snow, a vision of unspeakable sublimiry and beauty. Within this magnificent frame, and extending for miles, lie the beautiful, park-like prairies on which the College has its home. In healthfulness Parkland can scarcely be surpassed. Situated midway be­ tween the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, it enjoys the blending of the invigorating mountain breezes with the softer winds from the ocean and


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has a mild, even temperature throughout the whole year. Pure air, pure water, good drainage, and excellent opportunity for outdoor exercise at all seasons make it an ideal place for students.

TH E TEACH ERS The teachers of Pacific Lutheran College are men and women of broad training and successful experience. Loyal to the school, devoted to their work, enthusiastic and helpful in their attitude, they are able to supply the stimulus so essential in arousing and maintaining the intellectual interest of their students. In their daily contacts as teachers, companions, and advisers they seek to promote in their charges the ideals of Christian manhood and womanhood.

THE STU DENTS The students of Pacific Lutheran College are a cross·section of the popula. tion of our West and represent the most varied occupations and conditions in life. Some come from wealthy homes, but the majority are young men or women of moderate, or even slender, means. Some of them have to support themselves while attending school, and p ractically all have been accustomed to hard work. They bring with them rugged energy and habits of economy and industry, coupled with an intense desire to learn and to improve themselves­ qualities which are bound to make school work an inspiration and a joy.

TH E E D UCA"rlONAL PLANT The Main Building is a five-story brick structure, 190 feet by 78, heated by steam and lighted by electricity, and supplied with water from Tacoma's Green River gravity system. Above the first Hoor the building is part itioned off into two dormitories--one for the girls and one for the boys. In the Main Building are also housed the administration offices, reception rooms, most of the recitation rooms, the book store, the kitchen and dining room, as well as the apartments for the Dean of Men and the Dean of Women. The library, comprising about twenty thousand volumes, exclusive of a large number of unbound magazines and pamphlets, has recently been trans­ ferred to the new fireproof Pacific Lutheran College Library building. The chemistry laboratory and the biology laboratory are installed in the basement of the gymnasium building, and the physics laboratory was installed in the library building in the autumn of 1940. The Gymnasium has a clear Hoor space of 50 by 80 feet for games and exer cises; a stage twenty feet in depth, with dressing rooms on the sides; and a running track, serving as a spectators' gallery at athletic events. The Chapel, a two-story frame building, 40 by 60 feet, has a seating capacity of about 325. It is used by the school for its daily devotional exercises


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and as a music hall and was used by the local church for divine services till Easter, 1935. The campus is covered with a natural growth of trees, chiefly fir and oale:. interspersed with open spaces, and is bisected by beautiful Clover Creek, to the south of which is located the new athletic field, which comprises a football prac足 tice field, a baseball diamond, a running track, tennis courts, an archery range, and an athletic field for women. A College-owned 9-hole golf course adjoins the campus on the south. The Board of Trustees of the College, on the recommendation of Mr. Charles Altfillisch, architect, has approved a comprehensive and forward-looking plan for enlarging and beautifying the campus and for locating contemplated buildings, the first of which, a residence for the President, was erected in 1930. In May and June, 1936, citizens of Tacoma and Pierce County pledged ap足 proximately $100,000, payable over a three-year period, for the erection of a library-classroom building at the earliest possible date. On October 23rd, 1937, the cornerstone of the Pacific Lutheran College Library was laid with appropriate ceremonies, and on May 1, 1939, the building was dedicated and taken into partial use. In the spring of 1938 the College acquired the Paul A. Preus home, north of the President's residence, for use as an auxiliary dormitory for girls. As the first monument to the efforts of the Pacific Lutheran College Dormitory Aux足 iliary, this building is appropriately named Auxiliary Hall.

TH E DfVELOP M E NT ASSOCIATION The Pacific Lutheran College Development Association consists of a large circle of friends of the school. who have agreed to contribute "at least a dollar at least once a year," in order to maintain the school and to develop it as rapidly and as efficiently as available resources and common sense will permit. The Association was organized on September 23, 1928. On April 14, 194r, it had an enrolled membership of 10,393, who had contributed a total of $96,497.12. The membership is entirely voluntary and lapses automatically one year after the receipt of the last contribution. The Development Association has been officially endorsed by the cooperating church groups.

TH E EN DOWM ENT FU N D In the summer of 1927 friends and supporters of the College gave pledges toward a permanent endowment fund, payable over a five-year period in the sum of $290,000. Of this sum $148,694.44 had been paid on April 30, 1941, and pledges totaling $20,126.89 had been cancelled by transfer to the library building fund. The investment of the endowment fund is in the hands of a committee appointed by, and responsible to, the Board of Trustees. The present members of this committee are: Mr. August Buschmann, Mr. George H. Fisher, Mr. A. L. Leknes, Mr. F. C. Mason, and President O. A. Tinge/stad. The invested fl1nd is managed by Mr. H. E. Anderson, Mr. Ludvig Larson, and the President of the College, under mandate from the Board of Trustees.


The CoUege Division The College Division of Pacific Lutheran College offers four years of college work leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts. The College Division consists of the College of Education and the College of Liberal Arts.

AID M IN I STRAT IVE REGULAT IONS Admission to Fres h m an Stand ing In order to be admitted to Freshman standing, a student must present, in advance, a written application for admission, on the official certificate form used by the higher institutions in the state of Washington. This form may be obtained from any high school principal. Graduates of high schools in other states may receive this form from the Registrar of the College. An applicant must be a graduate of an accredited high school or its equivalent. It is strongly urged that the high school training of the college entrant should include the following: English, 3 units; algebra, 1 unit; plane geometry, 1 unit; history and civics, 2 units; foreign language, 2 units; science, 1 unit; electives, 6 units. Students who are deficient in high school units in science, mathematics, or foreign language are expected to pursue courses in these fields during the first year of college. A student must be able to furnish personal character recommendations satisfactory to the administrative officers of the College.

Registration The registration of all students is conducted under the direction of the Dean and Registrar in cooperation with the divisions according to the schedule of classes for the college year. In order to secure credit for their work students must have their programs approved by the Registrar. All subsequent changes in programs must be similarly approved. The student will receive no credit for courses in which he is not properly enrolled. During a semester, a student is expected to carry approximately sixteen credit hours of work in addition to physical education. A credit hour represents one full period of prepared class work a week, or, if a laboratory subject, at least two periods per week, for not less than eighteen weeks.

Wi thdrawal From Courses \'Vith the consent of the Registrar a student may withdraw from a course before the end of the sixth week without prejudice to his standing. During the second six weeks permission for withdrawal will be given only upon the con足 sideration of health, outside work, or other matters for which the student is not held culpable. During the final six weeks of any semester the dropping of a course will result in a failure or an incomplete, depending upon whether or not the work has been of passing grade up to the time of withdrawal.

Student Responsibility The student must accept full responsibility for meeting all gradu tion re足 quirements, including majors and minors.


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M arking System

A-96-100 Exceptionally good. B-86-95 Above average. Average. C-76-85 D-70-75 Below average. E Below 70-no credit. Conditioned. To be changed to D when condition is removed. K Incomplete. Inc. P Passed without grade. Conditions and incompletes must be removed within the following semes足 ter of residence in which the course is given, or no credit will be allowed. Grade Poi n ts

To graduate, a student must earn grade points equivalent to the number of credit hours required. Each credit hour completed with a grade of A entitles him to 3 grade points, with a grade of B to 2 points, with a grade of C to 1 point, and with a grade of D to no point. One grade point is deducted for each credit hour with a grade of E. Major a nd M i nor O fferi ngs

All students who wish to qualify for the degree of Bachelor of Arts must complete the majors and minors required by the College of Education or the College of Liberal Arts, as the case may be. In 194 1-42 majors will be offered in the following fields: classical languages, English, Christianity, commerce (business administration), history, sociology, social science, biology, chemistry, mathematics, art, and music. The specific requirements in the major field are to be determined by the department concerned. A minor may be completed in any department offering a major, or in any of the following: Greek, Latin, French, German, Norwegian, speech, health and physical education, political science, psychology, and physics. THE COLLEGE O F EDUCATIO N

The College of Education offers the academic and professional courses required by the State Department of Education. Upon completion of reqUlre足 ments the student is granted a Bachelor of Arts degree and is eligible for certifi足 cation for teaching in the elementary grades and the junior high school. The College recognizes, in the preparation of teachers, the need for a cur足 riculum which will provide an acquaintance with the major fields of learning. It therefore recognizes the professional need of liberal and scientific studies as well as the pedagogical aspects of these studies and the technical phases of educcition. The College provides two curricula-Elementary and junior High School. In these curricula the differentiation lies primarily in the teaching and technique courses. TH E -YEAR CERTIFICATE

After September 1, 1942, four years of training on the college level will be required for certification. The present state requirements for the three-year certificate can be met by any student whose previous training is stich that he can complete the program before September 1, 1942.


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OUTL I N E OF GEN ERAL ACADE M I C REQU I R EM E NTS LEA D I NG TO BACH ELOR OF ARTS D EGREE FROM T H E COLLEGE OF EDUCAT I O N Applied Science Home Econ. 1 or Ind. Educ. 1 Health Educ. 5 Phys. Educ. Option P. E. 141, 142 P. E. 105. 106

Introduction to HomeEconomics Introduction to Industrial Arts Health Essentials One of the following: Methods In P. E. P. E. Technique

B ible

2 credits

3 credits 2 credits

8 credits

Education Educ. Educ. Educ. Educ. Educ. Educ. Educ.

1 101 103 105 109 110 112

credit credits credits credits credits credits credits

Orientation Introduction to Teaching Educational Psychology Public School System Educational Measurements Philosophy of Education Teaching and Technique

1 4 3 2 3 2 8

Freshman Composition Fundamentals of Speech Children'S Literature Jr. H. S. Literature

6 credits 3 credits 2 credits

Introduction to Fine Arts

3 credits

Geography

3 credits

Principles of Mathematics

2 credits

Fundamentals

3 credits

E n glish Eng. Eng. Eng. Eng.

1,2 8 109 or 110

Fine Arts Art 10

Geography Geography 7

M athematics Math. 6

Music Music 1

of

Music

Phi losophy Phil. 101 Phil. 106

Introduction to Philosophy Ethics

3 credits 3 credits

General Psychology

3 credits

Introduction to Biology Introduction to Physical Sciences Environmental Studies Science for the Elementary School

3 credits 3 credits

Psychology Psych. 1

Science Science Science Science Science

21 22 51 or 52

2 credits

Social Science History 3, 4 Sociol. 51 Pol. Sci. 57 Econ. 5 1

(Option of two)

History of Civilization Introduction to Sociology American Government Principles of Economics

6 credits 6 credits

Academic Major and M i n or Major Minor

Mlnimwn of Minimwn of

20 credits 12 credits

Foreign Language One year in college unless two units are offered for college entrance.


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CURR I C U L U M OUTL I N E D BY YEARS First Year Bible I, 2 Education 1 English I, 2 English 8 Health Education 5 History 3 , 4 Phys. Educ. I, 2 or 7, 8 Science 2 1 Science 22 Electives

Orientation Freshman Composition FWldamentals of Speech Health Essentials History of CivUization Activities Introduction to Biology Introduction to Physical Sciences

Credit Hours 4 1 6 3 3 6 Cr. 3 3 3

TotaL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .=. . .32

Applied Science Home Econ. 1 Industrial Educ. 1 Bible Art 10 Geography 7 Mathematics 6 Music 1 Phys. Educ. 3, 4 or 9, 10 Psychology 1 Science Option Science 51 Science 52 Social Science Option Sociology 5 1 Economics 5 1 Political Science 57 Electives

Second Year

One of the following : Introduction to Home Economics Introduction to Industrial Arts Introduction to Fine Arts Geography

Principles of Mathematics FWldamentals of Music Activities General Psychology One of the following : Environmental Studies Science for the Elem. Grades Two of the fo llowing : Introduction to Sociology Principles of Economics American Government

2

4 3 3 2 3 Cr. 3

2

6

4 TotaL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ...32

Third Year Education 101 Education 103 Education 105 English Option English 109 English 110 Philosophy 101 Philosophy 106 Phys. Educ. Option P. E. 141, 142 P. E. 105, 106 Major, Minor, or Electives

Introduction to Teaching Educational Psychology Public School System One of the following : Children's Literature Jr. H. S. Literature Introduction to Philosophy Ethics One of the following : Methods in P. E. P. E. Technique

4 3 2 2

3 3 2

13 TotaL . . . . . . . . . ........... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

Fourth Year Education 109 Education 110 Education 112 Major, Minor, or Electives

Educational Measurements Philosophy of Education Teaching and Technique

3 2 8 19

Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ďż˝


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CO LLECE O F LI BERAL ARTS

The College of Liberal Arts aims to give high-school graduates four years of training in the superior forms of culture and of social and religious fellow足 ship. \Vhether the students are destined to enter one of the professions or to become farmers, merchants, engineers, contractors, home-makers, or any other kind of workers, the training they receive here should make them more sensitive to the world of truth and beauty about them, more alert to the happenings in their community or in the world at large, and, especially, more ready to appre足 ciate the finer things outside their own vocations: good literature, good art, good music, good housing, good city planning, good government-in short, the most desirable things in our common life. These courses aim also to arouse the spirit of scholarship, that intellectual curiosity which asks for a reason, that interpretative thinking which looks for the hidden motives of things and pene足 trates to where are the issues of life. Finally, they aim to develop a firm and kindly philosophy of life, a philosophy born, not of pagan or semi-pagan beliefs or ideals, but of the example and teachings of the God-man, Jesus Christ, constraining its adherents to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with their God_ CRA D U AT I O N REQU I RE MENTS College of Libera l A rts

The College offers the first three years of Liberal Arts in 194 1-42, and plans to offer the fourth year, leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree, in 1942-43. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

English Religion and Philosophy Laboratory Science *Languages, Modern or Classical

9 .14

credit credit 8 credit 6 credit

hours hours hours hours

1 5 credit credit 1 5 credit 8 credit 3 credit

hours hours hours hours hours

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DIVISIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Language and Literature Religion and Philosophy -rSocial Science Mathematics and Science Fine Arts

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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Complete 128 credit hours and 128 quality hours Upper Division Minimum -40 credit hours 24 credit hours Major-Minimum Two Minors-Each Minimum 12 credit hours __ _

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*Students who present less than two units in a classical or modern language at entrance are required to earn 14 credit hours in the same language. Stu足 dents presenting four units at entrance are not required to take a foreign language in college. The final six hours of the language requirement may, upon petition, be met by six hours of literarure in translation. six -,Six hours must be in the department of history, not more t hours in one department_


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LI BERAL ARTS C U R R ICULU M BY YEA R S Freshman Year

FIRST SEMESTER Required English 1 Christianity Physical Education Recommended Foreign Language Science or Mathematics History

3 hours 2 hours 2 hours 4 4 4 3

hours hours hours hours

Elective

Social Science

SECOND SEMESTER Required 3 English 2 2 Christianity 2 Physical Education Recommended 4 Foreign Language 4 Science 4 or Mathematics 3 History Elective 3 Social Science 3 English 3 Commerce-Economics 2 or 3 Music 3 or 4 Foreign Language 3 Speech

110urs hours hours hours hours hours hours

how's 3 hours hours 3 hours English hours 3 hours Commerce-Economics hours 2 or 3 hours Music hours 3 or 4 hours Foreign Language hours 3 hours Speech Eleven or twelve hours per week are to be chosen each semester from the recommended or elective groups.

Sophomore Year FIRST SEMESTER Required Christianity 2 hours Physical Education 2 hours Recommended Foreign Language 3 hours Science 3 or 4 hours or Mathematics 4 hours English 3 hours Social Studies 3 hours Elective History 3 hours Social Studies 3 hours 2 or 3 hours Music or Art 3 to 6 hours Foreign Language Fourteen or fifteen hours per week the recommended or elective groups.

SECOND SEMESTER Required 2 hours Christianity 2 hours Physical Education Recommended 3 hours Foreign Language Science 3 or 4 hours 4 hours or Mathematics 3 hours English 3 hours Psychology Elective 3 hours History Social Studies 3 hours 2 or 3 hours Music or Art 3 to 6 hours Foreign Language are to be chosen each semester from

J u nior-Senior Years

Programs during the Junior-Senior years should be arranged on the basis of the major and minor requirements of the particular student. All programs should be made in consulation with the major adviser. PRE- N UR S I NC CO U R SE

Many Schools of Nursing now recommend a one-year pre-professional course beyond high school. In harmony with this recommendation Pacific Lutheran College is now affiliated with the School of Nursing of the Tacoma General Hospital and will give in the one-year course such subjects as the hospital shall recommend. The following subjects were given in 1940-4 1 : Credit 2nd S emester 1st Semester Credit English 1 Chemistry 1 Anatomy Nursing History Sociology Christiani ty

3 4 3 2 3 2

English 2 Chemistry 2 PhYSiology Psychology Christianity

3 4 3 3 2


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THE COLLECE DEPARTMENTAL ORCAN IZATI O N I.

Division o f Languages a n d Literature

A. Classical Languages Greek Latin B. Modern Languages French German Norwegian Swedish C. English D. Speech I I.

Division of Rel igion and Philosophy

Christianity Philosophy I I I . Division of Social Sciences

Business Administration Education Geography History Home Economics Industrial Arts Library Science Physical Education and Health Political Science Psychology Sociology IV. Division of M a th ematics a nd N atural Sciences

General Science Biology Chemistry Physics Mathematics V.

Division of Fine A rts

Art Music


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COU RSES OF I N STRUCTI O N The descriptive summaries that follow are designed to constitute both a record of the courses actually given in 1940-41 and an announcement of what will be offered in 194 1 -42_ The teachers are listed by departments in accordance with the division of the teaching load in 1940-41 and the courses actually given during the year have the names of the respective instructors attached. Courses open to freshmen and sophomores are numbered 1-99 and are considered lower division subjects. Courses numbered 1-49 are required courses in the College of Education, the College of Liberal Arts, or the Pre-Nursing Course. Courses open to juniors and seniors are numbered 100 or above and are regarded as upper division subjects. The student should have his entire program made up of subjects in the divisions in which he classifies. In exceptional cases sophomore students may be assigned to an upper division course if the prerequisites for said course have been met.

I. D I V I S I O N OF LA NGU AGES AN D L ITERATURE Classical Languages MR. LOWELL J. SATRE <1941-42) , MR. M. FRANCK

A major in Classical Languages may be obtained by completing 15 hours above course 52 in Latin plus 14 hours in Greek. Minor in Latin: 14 hours above course 52_ Minor in Greek: 14 hours in the department.

Greek 51, 52.

ELEMENTARY GREEK

Inflections, vocabulary, and syntax; translations from Greek to English and English to Greek; Xenophon's Anabasis begun.

Four credit hours per semester. 111.

XENOPHON

Selections.

Three credit hours. 112.

NEW TESTAMENT

Three credit hours. La tin 51, 52.

ELEMENTARY LATIN

Grammatical forms and syntax, with exercises, first semester, followed by selections from Caesar, with prose composition, second semester.

Four credit hours per semester.

53, 54.

INTERMEDIATE LATIN

Afr. Franck

A study of selected works. Continuation of Latin 52. Open to students who have had two units of Latin in high schoo!.

Three credit hours per semester. 111.

HORACE

Three credit hours. 122.

LATIN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION

A study of selected works of Latin authors.

Three credit hours. 197, 198.

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Open to advanced students by permission of the department.

Two credit hours per semester_


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Modern Langu ages

MR E. A. LARSON A minor in French must include courses 5 1, 52; 53, 54; 101, 102. A minor in German must include courses 51, 52; 53, 54; 101, 102. A minor in Norwegian comprises courses 51, 52; 53, 54; 6 1 , 62.

MR. O. J. STUEN, MRS. ELIZABETH H. BONDY,

.

F rench 51, 52.

ELEMENTARY FRENCH

Grammar; oral and written work; easy prose texts; linguaphone records; phonetics.

Four credit houn per semester. 53, 54.

Mrs. Bondy

INTERMEDIATE FRENCH

Grammar and composition continued; short stories ; novels by modern authors.

Three credit hours per semester. 101, 102.

A SURVEY OF FRENCH LITERATURE

A survey of French literature of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Collateral reading, 500 pages.

Three credit hours per semester. 103, 104.

SCIENTIFIC FRENCH

This course is planned to give science students a reading knowledge of scientific French. Prerequisite, 5 1 , 52 or approval by the department head.

Three credit hours per semester. Ge rman 51, 5 2 .

ELEMENTARY GERMAN

Grammar; oral and written work; graded German readers.

Four credit hours per semester. 53, 54.

Mrs. Bondy

INTE RMEDIATE GERMAN

Prose and poetry; grammar with practice Books are assigned for outside reading.

111

speaking and writing German.

Three credit hours per semester. 101, 102.

A SURVEY OF GERMAN LITERATURE

iWrs. Bondy

Early masterpieces of German literature up to and including Lessing and representative works of Schiller and Goethe.

Three credit hours per semester. 103, 104.

SCIENTIFIC GERMAN

This course is designed to give science students a reading knowledge of scientific German. Prerequisite, 5 1 , 52 or approval by the department hC41.d.

Three credit hours per semester. N orwegian 5 1 , 52.

ELEMENTARY NORSE

Grammar and composition; easy readings ; conversation.

Four credit hours per semester. 53, 54.

NORSE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Mr. Stuen

Advanced reading course; conversation and composition.

Three credit hours per semester. 61 , 62.

NORSE LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION

A survey course.

Three credit hours per semester.

Mr. Stuen


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Swed i sh 51, 52.

ELEMENTARY SWEDISH

A first-year course in the Swedish language and literature.

Mr. Larson

Four credit hours per semester. 53, 54.

INTERMEDIATE SWEDISH

The second year's work in Swedish will be given if enough students request it.

Three credit hours per semester. E nglish

MR. HERBERT RANSON, MISS GRACE BLOMQUIST, MRS. RUTH S. FRANCK

For the major in literature in the Liberal Arts College at least 24 credit hours are required in addition to English 1 and 2. These shall include: English 6 1 and 62 ____________________________ 6 Eng'lish I I I or 1 1 2 or 1 1 3 ___________________ .________ _ 3 English 1 1 5 or 1 1 6 or 1 2 1 .. .. ___ _ _____________ 3 Another course from one of the above groups _______ 3 Upper division electives ___ __ __ ___________ 9 For a major in English in the College of Education at least 23 credit hours are required in addition to English 1 and 2. These shall include: English 6 1 and 62..________________________________________ 6 English 63 and 64__________________________________________ 6 English 109 or 1 1 0 __________________ ______________ 2 Upper division electives.. __________________________________ 9 It is recommended that major students include in the nine hours of elec足 tives English 1 17, 1 1 9 or 120 as an introduction to contemporary literature and English 1 2 1 if that has not been selected to fill the preceding requirements. The department also recommends courses in the following subjects: English history, sociology, philosophy, psychology, speech, and at least one foreign language. For the minor in literature in both the Liberal Arts College and the College of Education at least 14 credit hours are required. These shall include six hours of English 61, 62, 63 or 64 and eight hours of upper electives. ___ .

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1, 2.

Com posi tion FRESHMAN COMPOSITION

First semester. Review of grammar, correlated with composltlon work; pn足 mary emphasis on sentence forms representing maturer ways of thinking. Second semester. Composition and rhetoric; emphasis on clearer thinking, thorough preparation, and accurate work; language problems; rhetorical theory built around life-situations; oral and written exercises, based on fresh, thought足 provoking models. 1A.

Three credit hours per semester. Miss Blom quist, lIfrs. Franck, lv1r. Ranson FRESHMAN COMPOSITION

A special section of English 1 for those who show deficiencies in the elements of composition. 51.

Three credit hOllrs. First semester. JOURNALISM

A study of the principles of news wrmng and editing, and their applica足 tion in the preparation of news copy; headline writing; proof reading.

Two credit hOllrs. First semester.

Mrs. Franck


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JOURNALISM

52.

Editorial and feature writing; a study of the various types of editorial and feature copy; column writing; make-up; laboratory work in connection with the Mooring Mast and Saga. Mrs. Franck Two credit hours. Second semester. 53, 54.

EDITORIAL CONFERENCE

Provides opportunity for the college publication staff to do practical re足 search work on journalistic problems. Open to advanced students in journal足 Ism with consent of the instructor. One credit hour per semester. Literature LITERARY BACKGROUNDS

61,62.

A study of English classics from Beowulf to Hardy, emphasizing the work of the major writers, the development of literary forms, and their relation to the general cultural background. Formerly listed as English Survey. Three credit hours per semester. Mr. Ranson 63, 64.

WORLD LITERATURE

A reading course in the literatures of various nations, ancient, medieval, and modern. Intended to give pleasure and to develop an understanding of foreign points of view. Readings, reports, lectures, discussions. Offered 1941-42. Three credit hours per semester. CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

109.

A short history of children's literature; a study of the literature for children in the lower grades; story telling. Two credit hours. First semester. Miss Blomquist JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LITERATURE

110.

A study of literature for children in the intermediate grades. Two credit hours. Second semester. Miss BJomquist 111.

CHAUCER

Especially the Canterbury Tales; with readings from other important works in Middle English in translation. Three credit hours. 112.

SHAKESPEARE (Offered in 1941-42)

Three credit hours. First semester. 113.

Mr. Ranson

SEVENTEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE

Milton and his contemporaries, and the Restoration. Three credit hours. 114.

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE

Emphasizing Poe, Swift, the periodical essayists, Johnson, and Boswell's

Life. Three credit hours. 115.

EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE

Wadsworth, Coleridge, Byron, and Keats; with supplementary reading of essays and novels. Offered in 1941-42. Three credit hours. Second semester. 116.

LATE NINEI'EENTH CENTURY LITERATURE

A study of the leading writers of prose and poetry in the Victorian period. Three credit hours.


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CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE

A study of the main trends in recent English and American literature. The post-war period is emphasized. Offered in 1941-42.

Mr. Ranson

Three credit hams. Second semester. 119.

THE ENGLISH NOVEL

A brief study of the history of the novel from its beginnings to the present day with emphasis on the late nineteenth and twentieth century.

Mrs. Franck

Three credit hours. First semester.

120.

THE DRAMA Origin and development of the drama. APPRECIATION OF

Representative plays of the im足

portant periods.

Mrs. Franck

Three credit hours. Second semester. 121.

AMERICAN LITERATURE

A study of American literature as an interpretation of American life. Offered in 1941-42.

Three credit hours. First semester. Speech MR. T. O. H. KARL

For a minor in Speech, the student shall have acquired at least 12 credit hours. Six of these hours shall be for Speech 9 and 54, and the other six credits may be received from any of the electives. 8. FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH A foundation course dealing with the basic e lements of the speech situation. Some platform work. 54.

Mr. Karl

Three credit hours. First and second semesters. FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH

Technique and composition and delivery of various types of speeches for formal and informal occasions. Group and individual projects. Major porcion is platform work.

Mr. Karl

Three credit hours. Second semester. 61.

SPEECH LOGIC

Intensive study and some practical work in logic as it pertains to speech. Some emphasis laid on argumentation. Group discussions. Prerequisites : Speech 9 or 54.

Three credit hours. 72.

EXTEMPORE SPEAKING

Platform work predominates. Study of gathering material, preparation and delivery. Prerequisites: Speech 8 or 54.

method of

Three credit hours. 103.

INTERPRETATIVE READING

An introduction to the art of interpretative reading. placement of voice are studied. Prerequisites: Speech 8 or 54.

Correct use and

Three credit hours. 110.

DRAMATIC PRODUCTION

A study of the basic principles of dramatic production and directing. Study in make-up, acting, organization, lighting, scenery, and costume. Pre足 requisites: Speech 8 or 54.

Three credit hours. Second semester.

Mr. Karl


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DEBATE SEMINAR

Participation in the intercollegiate debate work. Credit IS given on the basis of work done and interest shown. May apply toward a speech major but not a minor.

Mr. Karl

Olle to four credit hours.

I I . D I V I S I O N OF R E L I C I O N A N D PH I LOSOPHY Christianity MR. J. P. PFLUEGER, MR. H. G. RONNING

Major : 24 hours including courses 1, 2, 1 3, 1 4. Minor: 1 4 hours including courses 1, 2, 1 3, 14. Required for graduation : Courses 1 , 2, 13, 1 4, and six additional hours. Philosophy 105, 1 06 may be accepted toward this requirement. 1.

LIFE OF CHRIST

The study of the life of the Savior, with the four Gospels as textbook, supplemented by interpretative lectures and discussions.

Two credit hours. First semester. 2.

Mr. Pflueger

HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

The growth of the Christian Church traced through persecutions and con揃 troversies; the rise of the Papacy ; the Reformation under Luther; the develop足 ment of Protestant denominations; the preservation and progress of Christianity.

Two credit houn-. Second semester. 13.

Mr. Pflueger

ENGLISH BIBLE

An introdllction to the books of the Old Testament. Thinking through the unfolding of the Messianic guiding Hand of God in human history. Syl. labus.

Two credit hours. First semester. 14.

Mr. Pflueger

ENGLISH BIBLE

An introduction to the books of the New Testament. Thinking through the New Testament with special emphasis upon the historicity of the divine plan of salvation. Syllabus.

Two credit hours. Second semester. 101.

Mr. Pflueger

BIBLE TRUTH

A topical study of the Bible. A consistently biblical approach is maintained, the student seeking the biblical answers to fundamental questions of life.

Two credit hOHrs. First semester. 102.

Mr. Pflueger

AUGSBURG CONFESSION

A systematic presentation of the confessional position of the Lutheran Church in its historical setting.

Two credit hours. 111.

THE CHURCH IN THE CHANGING SOCIAL ORDER

The challenge to religion of trends and problems in social, political, in足 dustrial, scientific, moral, and philosophical aspects of modern life. The pro足 gram of the Church in dealing with these problems.

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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

A survey of aims, principles, and practices in the field of religious and mora l education, designed for students preparing to participate in the educa足 tional activities of the Church.

Two credit hours. Second semester. 131.

Mr. Ronning

COMPARATIVE RELIGION

The living religions of the world: Judaism, Mohammedanism, Buddhism, Confucianism, compared with Christianity. Also modern religious movements.

Two credit hours. 142.

MISSIONS

History of foreign miSSIOns. Problems and programs in various fields of service. Qualifications and preparation of missionary candidates.

Two credit hOllrs. 197, 198.

INDIVIDUAL STUDY

Permission of department is required.

One or two credit hours per semester.

Philosophy

51.

MR. J. P. PFLUEGER INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY

The scope and meaning of philosophy; discussion of fundamental prob足 lems, such as mind and matter, knowledge, cause and purpose. Lectures, readings, reports.

Three credit hours. First semester. 6.

Mr. Pflueger

ETHICS

A summary of general, individ ual, and social ethics. Natural and divine sanction for acts of choice. Careful evaluation of the theories of ethical values.

Three credit hours. Second semester.

Mr. Pflueger

I I I . D I V I S I O N OF SOC IAL SC I E NCES Busi ness Adm in istration

MR. W. D. K. REID, MISS GEO RENEAU Major: 27 credit hours including courses 5 1 , 52, 57, 58, 1 00, either 121, 122, or 133, 134. Minor: 15 credit hours. 51, 52.

1 1 1 , 1 1 2,

and

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

Needs, wants, production, price, money, monopoly, banking and business organizations. An introduction to basic principles underlying the economic activities of mankind.

Three credit hOllrs per semester. 57, 58.

lv!r. Reid

ELEMENTARY ACCOUNTING

Basic principles of accounting and bookkeeping developed in their appli足 cation to the corporation, partnership, and sole proprietorship. One lecture, four hours laboratory per week.

Three credit hours per semester. 61.

PERSONAL TYPEWRITING

Mr. Reid

Complete system of touch typewriting, skill and speed building exercises, letter-writing and simple tabulation. This course is designed primarily to meet individual practical needs. Three hours classworlc per week. Given as one hour credit per semester, 1 940-41 .

Two credit hOllrs. First semester.

Mr. Reid


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SECRETARIAL TRAINING

Fundamentals of Gregg Shorthand, complete system of touch typewrltmg. Some transcription from shorthand notes. (Not open to Freshmen except with consent of instructor.) Given as Shorthand 65, 66 in 1940-4 L

Three credit hours per semester.

Mr. Reid

.

101.

FINANCIAL ORGANIZATION OF SOCIETY

The functions of money, monetary standards, and credit are studied. The organization and interrelationship of the many institutions which make up the financial structure of society. The principles of banking are studied in the , light of practice as it exists today. To alternate with course 1 1 1 (B usiness Law) .

Three credit hours. 106.

BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

A study of principles of management essential to the administration of any enterprise. Some emphasis is placed upon marketing and merchandising. To alternate with course 1 12 ( Business Law) .

Three credit hours. 1 1 1 , 1 12.

BUSINESS LAW

General principles of the law as applied to business : contracts, negotiable instruments, debtor and creditor, sales, partnerships, corpora tions, agency, personal property. To alternate with courses 101 and 106.

Three credit hours per semester. 121, 122.

Miss Reneau

ADVANCED SECRETARIAL TRAINING

Continuation of Gregg Shorthand with special emphasis on dictation, transcription, and speed writing. Listed as Shorthand 67, 68 in 1940-41. To alternate with courses 133 and 1 3 4 (Intermediate Accounting) . Juniors and seniors only.

Three credit hours per semester. 133, 134.

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING

A study of the accounting and financial problems of the corporation. Work is conCfntrated primarily on the balance sh�et , and problems that arise from its construction and inqerpretation. To alterrtafe with courses 12 1 and 122.

Three credit hours per semester.

153.

STATISTICS

Sources of statistical data; construction of tables, charts, and graphs ; study of statistical methods as applied to business problems; and techniques of busi­ ness forecasting. To alternate with course 161 (Public Finance) .

Three credit hours. 161.

PUBLIC FINANCE

The sources of public revenue; types of taxes and their incidence; effect upon business and business policies. An analysis and classification of the uses of public funds. The social significance of public financing. To alternate with course 153 (Statistics) .

Three credit hours.


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A practical course in applied economics. It deals with the current prob­ lems of everyday life. The topics selected for discusssion are those that are being discussed in the public press. The present trends in economics, government, and industry and their social implications are analyzed. To alternate with course 180 ( Economic Geography ) .

Three credit hours. 180.

ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY

To alternate with course

177

(Current Economic and Social Problems) .

Three credit hours. Education

MR. PH. E. HAUGE, MISS ANNA MARN NIELSEN, MR. E. TINGELSTAD, MR. H. G. RONNING

1.

ORIENTATION

An introduction to school problems and activities. by various faculty members. Two periods.

One credit hour. First semester. 101.

A lecture course given

Mr. Tingelstad, Staff

INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING

For the purpose of observing actual school-life situations students make weekly visits to schoolrooms in Tacoma and environs. Discussion and study are developed from what has been observed. In addition there is a study of modern theory and practice of teaching, based on results of scientific research and investigation.

Four credit hours. First and second semesters. 103.

Miss Nielsetl

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

A consideration of the psychological principles involved in education.

Three credit hours. First and second seml:sters. 105.

Mr. Tingelstad

PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

A survey of the State Constitution and the school laws of Washington; practice in the use of school forms and reports; a study of the Elementary Course of Study. 1�.

Two credit hOl/rs. First semester.

Mr. Tingelstad

EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENTS

The methods of scientific measurement of children's general ability and classroom achievement; application of scientific methods to the study and im­ provement of teaching; practice in testing pupils, scoring papers, and inter­ preting results.

Three credit hours. First semester. 1 10 .

Mr. Hauge

PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

An examination of the bases of education. The influence of the leading philosophies of today upon educational programs: aims, means, methods, stand­ ards of value, measures of outcomes. The relation between the philosophy of education and democracy.

Two credit hours. Second semester. 112.

TEACHING AND TECHNIQUE

Mr. Ronning

Practice teaching is offered throughout a semester of the senior year. The technique o f teaching is approached through problems arising in the course of practice teaching. Prerequisite: grade points equal to credits earned.

Eight credit hours. First and second semesters.

M iss Nielsen


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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

A study of the practical problems of school administration and organIza足 tion as pe rtaining to the elementary school. Three credit houTS. 116.

SPECIAL PROJECTS

Students who desire to pursue a special line of individual reading, investi足 gation, or research may do so for credit, receiving help and guidance from the faculty member best qualified to assist in the particular problem. Credit will vary with the amount of work done. One to three credit hoUTs. Staff

Ceography MR. MICHEL N. FRANCK 7.

GEOGRAPHY

An intensive study of geography as a foundation for the teaching of the subject in the intermediate and grammar grades. Mr. Franck Three credit hoUTs. First and second semesters. 180. ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY Three credit hours.

H istory MISS GEO RENEAU, MR. M. FRANCK, MR. A. G. SANNERUD

Major in History, College of Liberal Arts: 30 credit hours including His足 tory 3, 4. Major in History, College of Education: 20 credit hours including His足 tory 3, 4. Minor: 1 5 credit hours, College of Liberal Arts; 12 credit hours, College of Education. 3, 4. HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION A general survey of European civilization to the present time. Miss Reneau Three credit hours per semester. 55, 56.

AMERICAN HISTORY

The origin and development of the American Nation from colonial times to the present; emphasis upon the cultural and spiritual factors that contrib ute to the American political and social tradition. Three credit hours per semester. lvIr. Sannerud 101.

HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT WORLD

Survey of the ancient Mediterranean world, Greek and Roman history and the great migrations. Three credit hOl/rs. First semester. 102. HISTORY OF THE FAR EAST General geographical and historical background of the countries of the Far East, with special emphasis upon the recent history of Japan, China, India, Dutch East Indies, and Indo-China. Three credit hams. Second semester. 103. mSTORY OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Three credit hours. First semester_ 110. CONTEMPORARY HISTORY A study of some of the problems confronting the world today. Three credit hOUTS. Second semester. Mr. Franck


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FRENCH REVOLUTION AND PERIOD OF NAPOLEON A study of political and social changes in Europe.

Two credit hours. First semester. 109.

RECENT EUROPEAN HISTORY

A study of Europe since 1914. Given as 3 semester hours in 1940路4 1 .

Two credit hours. First semester.

Mr. Franck

Three credit hours per semester.

Miss Reneau

Ill, 112. ENGLISH HISTORY A study of the political, economic, social, literary, and religious history of England from the earliest times to the present.

Home Economics 1.

MISS GRACE BLOMQUIST, MRS. ELLEN WEST INTRODUCTION TO HOME ECONOMICS

A study of the function of home economics in the elementary school and junior high school; foods, clothing, and home activities.

Two credit hours. Second semester. 78.

Miss Blomquist

NUTRITION FOR STUDENT NURSES

Composition and nutritive value of foods; food preparation; physiological needs in relation to food. Open to student nurses only.

Four credit hours. Second semester.

Mrs. West

I ndustrial Arts 1.

MR. A . G. SANNERUD INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ARTS

Basic curricular principles underlying an industrial program; evaluation of problems and possible activities of various levels.

Two credit hours. First and second semesters.

Mr. Sannerud

L ibra ry Science 51.

MISS MARY A. BOTTEN LIBRARY INSTRUCTION

Preparing books for shelves; care of books; accessioning, care of shelves, use of catalog and reference works; classification and cataloging.

Two credit hO/lrs. First semester.

MR.

Physical Ed ucation and Health C. O. OLSON, MISS RHODA HOKENSTAD, MRS. ELLEN WEST, MR. A. G. SANNERUD Assisted by MR. J. HURLEY HAGOOD

Minor in the College of Education: 1 2 credit hours exclusive of activities.

Health Education 1.

HEALTH ESSENTIALS

The hygiene of the school child; hygienic school equipment and environ颅 ment; the school a center of influence for health work in the community.

Three credit hours. First and second semesters. 54.

FIRST AID

Miss Hokenstad

The Official Red Cross course in First Aid is given.

One credit hour. Second semester. 57.

THE HISTORY OF NURSING

Miss Hokenstad

A study of the history of nursing practice.

Two credit hours. First semester.

Mrs. West


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HOME NURSING

A scudy of nursing in the home.

Not open to pre-nursing students.

Two credit hours. 78.

NUTRITION FOR STUDENT NURSES

Composition and nutritive value of foods; food preparation; physiologi足 cal needs in relation to food. Open to student nurses only. (See Home Economics) .

Mrs. West

Four credit hours. Second semester. Physical Education

Students are required to take four semesters of physical education.

Cou rses for Women 1 , 2, 3 , 4.

ACTIVITIES

Folk dancing, gymnastics, basketball, volley ball, baseball, archery. quired of all freshmen, and Liberal Arts sophomores. 31.

Miss Hokenstad

Two periods a week. Plus credit. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ATHLETIC

Re足

PROGRAM

Progressive series of games and athletic activities from the elementary games of low organization to the more highly organized games of the junior high level. Required of sophomores in the College of Education.

Two periods a week. Plus credit. First semester. 32.

Miss Hokellstad

RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES FOR SMALL CHILDREN

Rhythmic activities suitable for kindergarten and primary children, methods of presentation, lecture and practice. Requirement for sophomores in the College of Education. Two periods a week. PillS credit. Second semester. Miss Hokenstad 112.

METHODS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Teclmiques and methods in teaching folk dancing and the seasonal sports. Practice in game skills, teaching and refereeing.

Two credit hours. First and second semesters. 121.

Miss Hokenstad

PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

The place of health and physical education in the school program, alms, objectives, content of the program, and modern rrends.

Two credit hours. First semester. 172.

CAMP ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION

Camp administration and organization tivities and how to conduct them.

theory and practice.

Camp ac足

Two credit hOllrs. Cou'rses fo r Men 7, B, 9 , 1 0 .

ACTIVITIES

Participation in seasonal sports-football, touch football, volley ball, tennis, golf, basketball, and baseball. 105.

Two periods per week.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION TECHNIQUES

Mr. Olson, Mr. Sannerud

The technique of teaching physical education in the grades and junior high schools with emphasis upon coaching football, touch foorball, basketball, base足 ball, and track.

Two credit hOlln-. First semester.

Mr. Olson


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BOY SCOUT LEADERSHIP

The official course in Boy Scout Leadership is given. 130.

One credit hour. Second semester.

Mr. Hagood

COACHING TECHNIQUES

Mr. Olson

Two cred·it hours. Second semester. Pol itical Science MR. M . FRANCK, MR. A. G. SANNERUD

A minor in the department of Political Science must include 57.

12

hours.

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

A study of the American national government, with special attention to practical operation and contemporary reforms; the state and local govern­ ments, with special attention to practical operation and contemporary reforms in Washington.

Three credit hours. 58.

Mr. Frallck

EUROPEAN GOVERNMENTS

The organization and operation of the governments of England, France, Germany, Russia, and Switzerland, with special attention to the government of England.

Mr. Frallck

Three credit hours. 60.

INTERNATIONAL PROBLEMS

International cooperation; problems of defense; hemisphere solidarity and power politics; geo-politics and international economics.

Three credit hours. 116.

POLITICAL PARTIES

Party history and organization; nominations and elections; campaigns and conventions; electoral problems and administration; bossism in local politics; pressure groups; platforms. 1 17.

Mr. Sannerud

Two credit hours. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

The art and science of management applied to the affairs of the state; intergovernmental relations; administrative law and quasi.judicial practices; civil service; budget and fiscal control; centralization, coordination, integration in administration; administrative areas. Prerequisite: American Government.

ThreO' credit hours. 118.

THE AMERICAN CONSTITUTION The historical basis of the American Constitution; the Convention deliber­ ations; uniqueness of the Constitution; forces that molded the Constitution up to the present; judicial review; the new interpretations; constitutionalism vs. totalitarianism.

Three credit hours. Psyc hology MR. E. TINGELSTAD

1.

The department of Psychology offers a minor which consists of

12

hours.

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

An introductory course acquainting the student with such basic processes, terminology and concepts as atten tion, perception, memory, feeling, volition,


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behavior, intelligence, personality. Illustrative applications of various kinds; simple experiments. Mr. Tingelstad Three credit hours. First and second semesters. 52.

PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT

The application of psychological facts and principles to the adjustment of individuals ro the problem of life from birth to old age. Prerequisite: General Psychology. Three credit hours. Second semester. 103.

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

On approval of the department may be counted toward the mmor in Liberal Arts. (See Education 103.) Three credit hours. First and second semesters. Mr. Tingelstad 111.

PSYCHOLOGY OF MALADJUSTMENT

The application of psychological facts and principles to the problems of maladjusted personalities. Symptoms, causes, remedial procedures for abnormal states. Prerequisite: General Psychology. Three credit hours. 120.

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

A study of the psychological foundations of group life. Analysis of social behavior. Effect of the individual on the group, and of the group on the individual. Custom, fashion, war, public opinion, etc., in the light of psy足 chological principles. Three credit hours. Second semester. Sociology MISS GEO RENEAU,

MR. H. G .

RONNING

Major in Sociology, College of Liberal Arts: 24 credit hours. Major in Sociology, College of Education: 24 credit hours. Minor: 15 credit hours, College of Liberal Arts; 12 credit hours, College of Education. The College of Liberal Arts offers a social science major of 30 credits taken in the fields of sociology, business administration, and political science. At least 1 5 credit hours of the work must be taken in one field. The College of Education offers a similar major with 20 credit hours. 51.

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

This course is designed to acquaint the student with the fundamental laws governing human relations. Problems of social structure, social processes, social motives will be considered. Three credit hours. First semester. Miss Reneau 52.

THE FAMILY

A study of the structure, development, and problems of the family. Three credit hours. 101 .

SOCIAL LEGISLATION

Historical and critical analysis of social legislation in Europe and America, with special emphasis upon social legislation in the United States and in the state of Washington. Three credit hours.


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LABOR PROBLEMS

A study of the history, nature and treatment of labor problems in the United States. Three credit hours. 106.

CRIME AND DELINQUENCY

An analysis of causes, forms, and methods of treatment. Three credit hours. 107.

COOPERATIVES

A study of consumers' and producers' cooperation as a method of solving modern economic, social, and educational problems; the progress of the move足 ment during the last century from early beginnings to international proportions. Given as a three-hour course in 1940-41. Two credit hours. First semester. Mr. Ronning 108.

MINORITY PROBLEMS

The emphasis will be upon minority problems in the United States. Two credit hours. 112.

SOCIAL TRENDS

A study of recent and present-day trends in sociology in the world. Three credit hours. Second semester. Miss Reneau 120.

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

See Psychology 120. Three credit hours.

I V. D I V I S I ON OF MATH EMATICS A N D NATU RAL SC I ENCES This division plans to offer majors in biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics and a teaching major in mixed science for students in the College of Education. A major consists of a minimum of 24 hours of approved courses. Enrollment in the courses called Independent Study is limited to students majoring in the depa rtment concerned who have demonstrated their ability to do independent work, and permission of the head of the department is required before registration. Students contemplating advanced study in any of these departments should acquire a reading knowledge of French and German as soon as possible.

Ceneral Science MR H. J. LERAAS , MR. E. TINGELSTAD, MR A. W. RAMSTAD .

.

A major in science may be obtained by taking two years work in one science and one year in each of two other sciences. A student choosing this mixed science major will be exempt from the requirement of Science 21 and Science 22. 21.

INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE

A su rvey course including a brief study of the plant kingdom and of the animal kingdom. Lectures and demonstrations. Mr. Leraas Three credit houTS. First and second semesters.

22.

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL SCIENCES

A su rvey of the fundamental principles in chemistry, physics, astronomy, climatology, and geology. Lectures and laboratory demonstrations. Mr. Ramstad Three credit hours. First and second semesters.


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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

A study of objects, forces, and conditions that will function for the ele足 mentary and intermediate grade teacher as material for nature study.

Two credit hoUTs. Second semester. 52.

Mr. Leraa,-

SCIENCE OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

A study of the science program ill the elementary schoo!.

Two credit hours. Second semester. 65.

Mr. Tingelstad

PRIMARY PILOT TRAINING

Under the direction of the Civil Aeronautics Authority the College offers the ground instruction for the Civilian Pilot Training Program. Students who satisfactorily complete the primary program will receive 3 credit hours, of which 2 credit hours may be counted toward a minor in physics. See Physics 30.

Three credit hours. First and second semesters. 66.

Mr. Ramstad

SECONDARY PILOT TRAINING

For the ground course in the secondary pilot training program a total of 4 credit hours will be granted, of which 3 credit hours will be accepted toward a major in physics. See Physics 1 20.

Four credit hoUTs. Second semester. MR.

Mr. Ramstad

Biolo gy

HAROLD J. LERAAS, MRS. ELLEN WEST

A major consists of a minimum of twenty-four hours, twelve hours of which may be lower division courses and twelve hours or more in the upper division (numbers over 1 00) . One year of chemistry is required by students majoring in Biology, but this does not apply toward the twenty-four hours in the Biology major. General college physics and a year of college mathematics are strongly recommended. A minor consists of a minimum of fourteen hours. A major in the College of Education consists of a minimum of twenty semester hours, twelve of which may be in lower division. 55, 56.

GENERAL ZOOLOGY

The course presents the fundamentals of zoology, including a study of the animal kingdom; development, structure, and natural history of animals; heredity, and the bearing of other biological truths on human welfare. Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week.

Four credit hours per semester. 61.

Mr. Leraas

HUMAN ANATOMY

A survey course of the gross and microscopic structure of the human body. The course is planned particularly to meet the needs of pre-nursing students. Two lectures and one laboratory period per week.

Three credit hours. First semester. 62.

Mrs. West

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

A survey course of the fundamental facts of human physiology. The course is planned particularly to meet the needs of pre-nursing students. Two lec足 tures and one laboratory period per week.

Three credit hours. Second semester.

Mrs. West


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BACTERIOLOGY

An introductory study presenting a general foundation in the principles underlying the study of bacteriology. The course is intended to meet the needs of pre-nursing students. Three credit hams. 91.

HEREDITY

The course presents the underlying principles and theories of heredity. Two lectures per week. Prerequisites: Biology 55 and 56 or consent of instructor. Mr. Leraas Two credit hours. First semester. 92.

ORNITHOLOGY

The course includes a study of the structure, habits, adaptations, migra足 tion, classifica tion, and economic importance of birds. Emphasis is placed on learning to identify the common western birds. Lectures, laboratory study, and field trips. Prerequisites: Biology 55 and 56 or consent of instructor. Two credit hams. 115.

Second semester.

INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY

The course includes a study of the classification, development, structure, and life habits of the invertebrate animals. Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Prerequisites: Biology 55 and 56. To be offered 1 942-43. FOllr credit hOllrs. Mr. Leraas 116.

COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF VERTEBRATES

The course is a comparative study of the vertebrate animals with special reference to structure, development, and adaptation. Two lectures and two laboratory periods a week . Prerequisites : Biology 55 and 56. To be offered 1 942-43.

Four credit hOllrs. 141.

Mr. Leraas

EMBRYOLOGY OF VERTEBRATES

A study of the development of animals, mainly of vertebrate forms. Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Prerequisites: Biology 5 5 and 56. To be offered 194 1-42. Four credit hours. 142.

NATURAL HISTORY

A study of the fauna of this region. The course covers classification, habits, and distribution of animals. P rerequisites: Biology 55 and 56. To be offered 1 94 1-42. Four credit hours. 201, 202.

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Investigations in fields of special interest may be made by students majoring in biology, who have demonstrated their ability to do independent work. Pre足 requisite: consent of the department. One or two credit hours per semester to be arranged.


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Chemistry A. W. RAMSTAD

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A major requires 24 hours of courses above 50. In addition, a year of physics, college algebra, and trigonometry are required of all students majoring in chemistry. A year of biology is also recommended. 1 1 . 12.

GENERAL CHEMISTRY FOR NURSES

A course covering the fundamental principles of chemistry, with special emphasis being placed on chemical reactions that take place in the human body. Three hours of lecture and one three路hour period of laboratory. FOllr credit hours. Offered first time in 1941-42. Mr. Ramstad 51. 52.

GENERAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

The fundamental chemical theories; the chemistry of the non路metallic and metallic elements. Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week.

Four credit hours per semester. 111.

Mr. Ramstad

QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS

Two ,lectures and two laboratory periods per week, one semester.

Four credit hours. First semester. 1 12 .

Mr. Ramstad

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

Volumetric and gravimetric methods. Two lectures periods per week. Prerequisites: Chemistry 51, 52, and 1 1 1.

Four credit hours. Second semester. 121. 122.

and two laboratory

Mr. Ramstad

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

A general study of the carbon compounds, both the aliphatic and the aromatic. Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Offered first time in 194 1-42, to alternate with qualitative and quantitative chemistry.

Four credit hours per semester. 197. 198.

INDEPENDENT STUDY

To be arranged by the department.

One or two credit hours per semester.

MR

Physics

.

O . M. JORDAHL

A major in Physics shall consist of at least 24 credit hours, and a minor shall consist of at least 14 credit hours. Course 30 is acceptable toward a minor but not toward a major. As supporting subjects for a major one year of college chemistry and calculus are required. 30.

METEOROLOGY AND AIR NAVIGATION

This course is part of the ground instruction given under the direction o f the Civil Aeronautics Authority. Includes study o f cloud formations, winds, stability and movement of air masses, storms and general relations of weather to flying. Also instcuments and methods used for air navigation and prob颅 lems involving variation, deviation, drift, etc. Prerequisites: acceptance in the Civilian Pilot Training Prog ram or consent of instructor.

Two credit hours. First and second semesters.


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GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS

61, 62.

A course designed as an adequate foundation for further study in physics and to meet entrance requirements for admission to schools of medicine and engineering. First semester: mechanics, heat, and sound; second semester, electricity and magnetism and light. Three lecture-recitations and one two­ hour laboratory period per week. Prerequisite: higher algebra (Math. 5 1 or equivalent) . Fotlr credit hours per semester. Mr. Jordahl 63, 64.

ENGINEERING PROBLElVIS

This course may be taken concurrently with Physics 61-62 to acquire 10 credit hours to meet certain pre-engineering requirements. Prerequisites: trigon­ ometry and consent of instructor. One credit hOtlr per semester. 91. 92.

MODERN PHYSICS

A course covering the important developments in the field of physics since 1895. Topics included are: the isola tion of the electron and the mea­ surment of its charge, isotypes and mass spectrograph studies, radioactivity, simple theory of atomic structure, X-rays, and nuclear disintegration_ Lectures and outside reading. Prerequisites: Physics 61-62, Mathematics 61 and 62. Offered in 1941-42. Two credit hours per semester. 115.

HEAT

An intermediate course dealing with calorimetry, temperature measure­ ment, methods of heat transfer, thermal properties of substance, and an intro­ duction to thermodynamics. Two lectures and one 3-hour laboratory period per week. Prerequisites: Physics 6 1 -62, Mathematics 61-62. To be offered in 1942-43. Three credit hours. First semester. 116.

LIGHT

General principles of geometrical and physical optics and study of optical instruments. Two lecture-recitations and one laboratory period per week. Pre­ requisites: Physics 62, Mathematics 61-62. To be offered in 1942-43. Three credit hours. Second semester. 120, 121.

AERODYNAMICS AND POWER PLANTS

Part of the ground instruction given under the direction of the Civil Aeronautics Authority to students of the advanced pilot training course. Other students may register for these courses with consent of the instructor. Three credit hours. First and second semesters. 152.

ANALYTICAL MECHANICS

A theoretical and mathematical course which will be acceptable toward a major in either physics or mathematics. It deals with statics, dynamics, and kinetics. Prerequisites: Physics 61-62; co-requisite, integral calculus. Offered in 194 1-42. Four credit hours. Second semester. 197, 198.

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Prerequisite: consent of department head. One or two credits per semester.


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M a thematics

MR . O. M. JORDAHL, MR. O. J. STUEN,

MR .

H . G. RONNING

A major in Mathematics shall consist of at least 24 hours of courses with numbers above 50. As supporting subject, a year of college physics is required. A minor shall consist of at least 12 hours including course 1 1 1 . 6.

PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS

A thorough study of the principles of mathematics as a background for teaching the subject in elementary and junior high schools. Two credit hourI. First and second semesters. 51.

Air. Ronning

HIGHER ALGEBRA

A thorough review of high-school algebra and a continuation beyond quadratics. Four periods per week. Prerequisite: one year of high-school algebra. Three credit hours. First semester. 54.

Mr. Jordahl

SOLID GEOMETRY

The relations of planes and lines III space ; the properties and measure足 ments of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres; original exercises and constructions. Four periods per week. Prerequisites: plane geometry, one year of high-school algebra. Three credit houTS. 61.

Second semester_

Mr. Jordahl

PLANE TRIGONOMETRY

Circular measurements of angles, proofs of the principal formulas, the use of inverse functions, solution of right and oblique triangles. Prerequisite: Mathematics 5 1 or equivalent. Four credit hOUTS. 62.

Second semester.

Mr. Stuen

COLLEGE ALGEBRA

A continuation of course 5 1 : progressions, binomial theorem, complex numbers, theory of equations, determinants, and partial fractions. Four credit houH. 64.

First semester.

Mr. Jordahl

PLANE ANALYTIC GEOMETRY

Loci, the straight line and the circle, polar coordinates, conic sections, tan足 gents and normals, the general equation of the second degree. Prerequisite : Mathematics 54 and 6 1 . Three credit hours. Second semester. 1 1 1 , 112.

Mr. Stuen

DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS

This course lays the foundation for all advanced work in mathematics and is a basic tool for advanced work in physics and engineering. Involves re足 view of previous mathematics courses. Prerequisite: Mathematics 56. Four credit hOllrs per semester. 152.

ANALYTICAL MECHANICS

See Physics 1 52.

Offered 1 941-42.

Four credit hOUTS.

Second semester.

161, 162.

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

Prerequisite: Mathematics 1 1 1 and 1 12. Offered on demand. Two credit hours per semester. 197, 198.

INDEPEI\TDENT STUDY

Open to advanced students with consent of the department. One or two credit hours per semester.

Mr. Jordahl


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V. D I V I S I O N OF ,F I N 'E ARTS Art

MISS DORA A. BERG, MR. J. P. PFLUEGER

Requirements for a major in Art, in the College of Liberal Arts, are twenty-seven credit hours including 10, 55, 56, 65, 74, 75, 109, 1 1 0, 1 1 5, 1 1 6, and electives to complete requirement. Suggested courses from other departmellts for art maj ors are: literature and foreign language, preferably French. Requirements for a minor in the College of Liberal Arts are twelve credit hours inclu ding 55, 56, 65, 1 1 5, and 1 1 6. Requirements for a major in Art, in the College of Education, are twenty credit hours including 10, 55, 56, 74, 1 1 5, 1 1 6, 1 2 1 or 1 3 1 with electives to complete requirements. Requirements for a minor in the College of Education are twelve credit hours including 10, 55, 74, 1 2 1 or 1 3 l . 10.

INTRODUCTION TO FINE ARTS

Principles of aesthetics; the understanding and appreciation of beauty as it appears in the various arts.

Three credit hours. Second semester. 55, 56.

Mr. Pflueger

DRAWING AND PAINTING

This is a course giving the basic fundamentals of art, including a thorough study of proportion, values, composition, perspective, and color theory, which are necessary for creative expression. Media are pencil, charcoal, water colors, and pastel. Four hours laboratory per week each semester.

Two credit hours per semester. 65.

Miss Berg

CREATIVE DESIGN

Attention is concentrated on the principles of design which are developed through the study of line, mass, color, and space relationships. The work is planned so as to develop appreciation and to stimulate originality in the actual creation of good design. Four hours laboratory per week.

Two credit hours. First semester_ 66.

Miss Berg

CRAFTS

In this course, original designs are applied to miscellaneous handicraft problems. Prerequisite : Art 65. Four hours laboratory per week.

Two credit hours. Second semester. 74.

Miss Berg

MODELING

This is a course in the various methods of modeling in clay. Application of these methods is made to pottery and small figures. Individual instruc足 tion is given in plaster casting. Four hours laboratory per week.

Two credit hours. 75.

POSTER DESIGN

Principles of lettering and letter construction with a brief history of the alphabet. This is followed by the planning of the layout and painting of posters. Four hours of laboratory per week.

Two credit hours.


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OIL PAINTING Pictorial arrangements of still-life, figure, and landscape work rendered in oils. Emphasis placed on composition, values, color, and brush technique. Prerequisites: Art 55, 56. Four hours laboratory per week_ 109, 110.

Two credit hours per semester.

ART HISTORY AND ART APPRECIATION The course is planned to increase the student's appreciation of works of art. In the first semester a general survey is made of architecture and sculp足 ture throughout the ages. In the second semester, painting is treated in a similar way. Lectures with illustrations. 115, 116.

Three credit hours per semester.

SPECIAL PROBLEMS A course planned for advanced students majoring in art who wish to secure greater proficiency in any particular field in which the student feels more training is needed. 118.

Two to four credit hours to be arranged with instructor.

PUBLIC SCHOOL ART A course planned for those who intend to teach art in grades 1-6 inclusive. Technical skill in handling problems suitable to these grades is developed. Suf足 ficient appropriate projects in drawing, design, and construction are worked in several media to illustrate the types of work which are suitable to the interests and abilities of these pupils. Prerequisites: Art 55, 56. Four hours combined lecture and laboratory per week. 121.

Two credit hours. Second semester.

Miss Berg

CRAFI'S FOR ELEMENTARY GRADES This is a course planned to stimulate creative ideas and adapted to prob足 lems in crafts suitable for children in the elementary grades. Articles, such as can be easily obtained, are decorated Ul various media and made attractive for practical use. Four hours laboratory per week. 124.

Two credit hours.

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ART A course planned for those who intend to teach art in grades 7-9 inclusive, and planned similarly to Art 1 2 1 . Four hours combined lecture and laboratory per week. Prerequisites: Art 5 5 , 56. 131.

Two credit hours. M usic

MR. G. J. MALMIN. MR. E. M. AKRE, Assisted by MRS. ALICE WEISS, MRS. GUDRUN NESS RONNING, MR. GEORGE JOHNSON, and MR. EUGENE LINDEN A major in Music shall consist of a minimum of 24 semester hours, not counting Music 1 or beginners' instruction in applied music. In the College of Liberal Arts, a major shall include Music 5 1 , 52, I l l , 1 1 2, 1 2 1 , and 122. In the College of Education, a major shall include Music 5 1 , 52, 1 1 4, 1 1 5, 1 1 6, 1 2 1 , and 1 22 . Students majoring in Music shall take at least one semester of Voice and one of Piano, and are urged to specialize in some branch of applied music. It is also recommended that music students study some regular instrument of the band or orchestra and take an active part in either a vocal or an instrumental organization or both.


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A minor in Music shall consist of a minimum of 18 semester hours, in­ cluding Music 5 1 , 52, 1 1 1 , and 1 1 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC A study of the rudiments of music, including some sight-reading, the his­ tory of music, and music appreciation. The purpose of the course is to give the general student and especially the prospective teacher a general understanding and appreciation of the art of music. 1.

Three credit hours. First and second semesters.

Mr. Malmin

Three credit hours. First semester.

Mr. Malmin

Three credit hours. Second semester.

Mr. Malmin

HARMONY Progression and construction of triads and seventh chords in their funda­ mental and inverted positions. Prerequisite: Course 1 or satisfactory knowledge of piano. 51.

HARMONY Classification and treatment of irregular notes in relation to chords; harmonization of melodies.

52.

VOICE Principles of corrective breathing and tone placement; songs for rhythm, accents, and enunciation. 57.

58. 59.

tion.

One credit hour per semester.

Mrs. Ronning

One credit hour per semester.

Mr. Johnson

VIOLIN

PIANO Development of touch, techniq ue, form, rhythm, expression, and interpreta­

One credit hour per semester.

Mrs. Weiss

One credit hour per semester.

Mrs. Weiss

One credit hour per semester.

Mr. Akre

PIPE ORGAN The acquisition of technique and independence in playing upon the man­ uals. Prerequisite: satisfactory piano technique. 60.

61.

BAND INSTRUMENTS Private lessons in cornet, horns, and other valve instruments.

PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE CHom Membership determined by tryout and limited to fifty. of sacred music.

62.

A cappella

singing

One credit hour per semester.

Mr. Malmin

One credit hour per year.

Mr. Malmin

PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE CHORUS A second choir organized in 1 937, to provide musical training and ex­ perience for students not in the choir. 63.

ORCHESTRA Membership in the college orchestra is open to any student having adeq uate knowledge of his instrument. The organization is maintained to give the stu­ dents practical experience in orchestral work and also to acquaint them with the works of well known composers. 68.

One credit hour per year.

Mr. Linden, Mr. Johnson


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BAND

An organization for concert as well as for appearances at athletic events. 111.

One credit hour per year.

Mr. A kre

ADVANCED HARMONY

Treatment of dissonances; harmonization of melodies continued.

Three credit hours. First semester. 112.

Mr. Malmin

SIMPLE COUNTERPOINT

Writing in the five species in two, three, and four parts. vanced harmony. 1 1 4.

Prereguisite: ad路

Three credit hours. Second semester.

Mr. Malmin

MUSIC METHODS

Special study of grade-school songs, use of phonograph records, rhythm bands, school orchestras; a comprehensive study of problems, methods, and ma颅 terials for use in teaching music in the grades. 115.

Two credit hours. Second semester. The technigue of conducting.

116.

Mr. Malmin

CHOIR CONDUCTING

Problems of church music. Offered 1.94 1-42.

Two credit hours. Second semester.

INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUE AND ORCHESTRATION

Mr. Malmin

The practical study of the instruments of the orchestra, and of the problems of transposition and arrangements for orchestra, band, and smaller groups of instruments_ Prereguisites: Music 3 and 4, or, with permission of instructor, Music 1. Offered 194 1路42. 121.

Two credit hours. First semester.

AND LITERATURE OF MUSIC Ancient music, with emphasis on music in the Bible. THE HISTORY

Mr. lV/almin

The rise of church music. Polyphony. The beginning of opera and oratorio. The age of Bach and Handel. Prereguisites: Music 1 or eguivalent. Offered 1942-43. 122.

Three credit hOllrs. First semester.

THE HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF MUSIC

The classical school. Beethoven. Richard Wagner. Modern schools. Offered 1942-43.

Romanticism. The Prereguisite: Music

Three credit hOllrs._. Second semester. SU M M E R SESS I O N

Mr. Malmin musIc drama of or eguivalent.

Mr. Malmin

For special Summer Session bulletin and information address the Director of the Summer Session, Pacific Lutheran College, Parkland, Washington. (See p. 3.)

EXT E N S I O N WOR K Following are the courses given for credit outside o f regular schedules in 1940-4 1 : Norse Literature, 6 hrs., Mr. Stuen; Shakespeare, 3 hrs., Mr. Ranson; Introduction to Contemporary Literature, :> hrs., lYl r. Ranson; Ethics, 3 hrs., Mr. Ronning; Visual Education, 2 hrs., Mr. D . L. Kruzner; Elementary School Curriculum, 2 hrs., Mr. Ronning; General Methods in Physical Education, 2 hrs., Mr. Olsol1; Coaching Technigues, 2 hrs., Mr. Olson; Contemporary World Problems, 6 hrs., Mr. Franck ; Cooperative Movement, 3 hrs., Mr. Ronning; Advanced Harmony, 3 hrs., Mr. Malmin; Simple Counterpoint, 3 hrs., Mr. Malmin; Music Apprecia tion, 2 hrs., Mr. Karl Weiss.


The High School Division M I SC E LLAN EOUS I N FORMAT I O N Accreditation The High School Division is fully accredited by the Washington State Board of Education.

Program for 1941 -42 During the school year 1 941-42 only the upper three years of high-school work (grades 10, 1 1 , and 12) will be given.

Entrance Req uirements Applicants of good moral character who have completed the ninth grade of the public school or its equivalent are admitted upon presenting the proper credentials and paying the required fees.

Advanced Standing Admission to advanced standing will be granted any student who presents credentials for work satisfactorily done in any standard public or private high school.

Stude n t Load As a general rule, students should register for only four regular subjects, ex足 clusive of Bible study and physical training. No student may drop a class with足 out special permission from the teacher and the Registrar.

Requirements for Craduation Sixteen units, grouped in an approved curriculum, are required for gradu足 ation. A unit represents work satisfactorily done in a subject which has been pursued five times a week, in periods of not less than forty-five minutes, during a school year of at least thirty-six weeks.

Scale of Crades A-96 to 100; 8-86 to 95; C-76 to 85; 0-70 to 75; E-Below 70-No credit.

Registration Days Registration for the fall semester begins Monday, September 8, 1 9 4 1 , and for the spring semester, Monday, January 26, 1942.

Record's and Reports A record of a student's attendance, scholarship, and deportment is kept in the Registrar's office_ A report of the student's progress is sent to parents or guardians at the end of each nine weeks, or oftener if requested. Each student is given one free transcript of record. Additional transcripts may be secured at $ 1 .00 each.


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H ICH SC HOOL COU RSES The descriptive summaries that follow are designed to constirute both a record of the courses acrually given in 1940-4 1 and an announcement of what will be offered in 1941-42. The teachers are listed by departments in accordance with the division of the teaching load in 1940-4 1, and rhe courses which were actually given during the year have the names of the respective instructors attached.

Christia nity ( B ible Study )

Mr. H. G. RONNING, Assisted by the COLLEGE PASTOR

Because the Bible u the most important book in the world, and because a knowledge of its contents is essential, not only to all true education and culture, but to temporal and eternal happiness, courses in it are made an integral part of all curricula offered by the school. The aim of the courses in Christianity is, rherefore, to acquaint the student with the riches of the Bible, to strengthen hi. faith, and, incidentally, to prepare him for the work of the Church. 1, 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF CHRISTIANITY

The fundamental doctrines of the Christian. faith srudied in the light of rhe Old and New Testaments. Other books on Christian doctrine for parallel reading.

Two semesters. Two credit hours

a

week.

Mr. Ronning

3. lNTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE

An introduction to all the books of the Old Testament.

First semester. Two hours

a

week.

4. INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE

An introduction

to

the books of the New Testament.

Second semester. Two hours

a

week.

5, 6. BIBLE BIOGRAPHY

A srudy of the great characters of the Bible.

Two semesters. Two hours

a

Mr. Ronning

week.

7, 8. HISTORY OF MISSIONS

The history of the Christian Church in terms of the activities of its mission足 ary heroes.

Two semesters. Two hours 9,

a

week.

10. LUTHER'S CATECHISM

Students who desire to srudy the Lutheran Catechism may join the weekly class which rhe College pastor conducts for his catechumens in preparation for confirm a tion.

Throughout the 'Year. One two-hour session a week.

Rev. T. O. Svare

Commercial Bra nches MR. w. D. K. REID

I, 2, 3, 4. BOOKJ(EEPING

Individual instruction; general exercises, discussions, and drills.

Four semesters. Five or ten hours

a

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5, 6. TYPEWRITING

The touch system; the proper fingering of the keys; the care and adjusting of the machine; the proper form and arrangement of letters, legal documents, mani足 folding, etc.; business letters, specifications, tabulating work, stencil cutting for mimeographing, and the like.

Mr. Reid

Two semesters. Five or ten hours a week. 7.

COMMERCIAL LAW

Principles of commercial law; legal documents.

One semester. Five hours a week. 9, 10. SHORTHAND

Principles of Gregg shorthand; speed practice.

Two semesters. Five hours a week. English MISS

GRACE E. BLOMQUIST, MR. E.

TINGELSTAD

In addition to attacking methodically the most outstanding faults of the student's speech and writing and giving him a fund of practical knowledge and skill essential to his daily work, the aim of the courses in English is to arouse his curiosity about books and authors and help him to satisfy it; to supplement and broaden his experience; to show him how to extract from reading, and even from his own writing, a satisfaction in kind and degree akin to that he gets from games, movies, and automobiles; and, lastly, to introduce him to culture history and lead him to appreciate the relation that literature bears to civilization, present and past. 3. COMPOSITION

Fixing further the habits of clearness and accuracy; adding to sentence sense an increasing ability to sense structure of larger units; frequent practice in con足 structing paragraphs, with emphasis on unity and coherence. Frequent composi足 tions. Outside reading. Miss Blomquist First semester. Five hours a week. 4. LITERATURE

Developing further the student's power to get the thought out of the printed page and helping him discover and enjoy the rudiments of literary excellence ; ac足 quainting the student with the backgrounds of literature and teaching him to see more and more clearly the relation between literature and life. Outside reading. Miss Blomquist Second semester. Five hours a week . 5. COMPOSITION

Fixing and extending the knowledge of mechanics gained in previous years; drawing the student away from the type of composition that is a mere exercise or task and leading him consciously to achieve a definite purpose in his work.

One

semester.

Five hours a week.

Miss Blomquist


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6. LITERATURE

Using the story in prose and. verse for the study of culture history; trammg the student to form and express independent judgments; developing the ability of elementary literary criticism; encouraging further acquaintance with authors, books, and periodicals. Outside reading. Mr. E. Tingelstad One semester. Five hours a week. __

7a. PUBLIC SPEAlUNG

Developing clear enuncia tion and correct pronunciation; training in expressive oral reading; developing ability to organize and deliver a short speech or a formal address; training in the practice of parliamentary law. First semester. Five hours a week. 8. LITERATURE

A general summing up of the work in English literature during the first three years of high school, setting forth the great tradition of our literature; emphasis placed, not upon books about literature, but upon the literature itself; study, not technical or critical, but humanistic, supplying that introduction to the mind of the past necessary for a weU-rounded education. Library work and home reading. Second semester. Fiďż˝'e hours a week.

Fine Arts MISS DORA A. BERG 1. 2. ART

A course planned to give students a basic knowledge of drawing and pair.t­ ing, design, color, and lettering. Various media used. /.,1iss Berg Two semesters. Five hours a week.

Foreign Languages MRS. ELIZABETH H. BONDY, MR . ELVIN M. AKRE 1, 2. FRENCH

Grammar, conversation, reading. French the language of the classroom. Two semesters. Five hours a week. 3 , 4. FRENCH

Grammar continued; selected readings, conversations, and compositions; French phonograph records, songs, and stories. Two semesters. Five hours a week.


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1, 2. GERMAN

Grammar; conversation, writing, and reading. classroom. Two semesters. Five hours a week.

German the language of the

3, 4. GERMAN

Grammar continued; readings, conversation, composition; German phono­ graph records, songs, and stories. Two semesters. Five hours a week. 1 , 2. LATIN

Grammar ; declensions, conjugations, and vocabularies; drills and translations. Mr. Akre Two semesters. Five hours a week. 3, 4. LATIN

Continuation of first year's work; Caesar or a substitute. Two semesters. Five hours a week.

Mr. Akre

5, 6, 7, 8. LATIN

Courses in Cicero and Virgil offered in alternate years on demand. Two semesters. Five hours a week. 1, 2. NORSE

Spelling, reading, writing, grammar; easy prose read, and poems memorized. lv!r. A kre Two semesters. Fiďż˝'e hours a week. 3, 4. NORSE

Grammar; compositions; short, easy stories read. Two semesters. Fh'e hours a week.

H istory and Social Science MR. A. G. SANNERUD, MR. ELVIN M. AKRE 1, 2. WORLD HISTORY

A general outline of the political, economic, and social history of the world. Mr. A kre Two semesters. Five hours a week. 3. HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

A brief outline of the history of the United States with special emphasis on the constitutional period and recent developments. Mr. Sannerud First semester. Five hours a week. 4. CIVICS

A careful study of our civil and political institutions-national, state, and city. Second semester. Five hours a week. Mr. Sannerud


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5. SOCIOLOGY

A study of modern social problems, including a treatment of social institu足 tions, immigration and labor problems, crime and punishment; the treatment of defectives; social ideals and reforms.

Mr. Sannerud

First semester. Five hours a week. 6. ECONOMICS

An introduction to the principles and problems involved in the production, distribution, and consumption of wealth.

Second semester. Five hours a week. 7. PSYCHOLOGY

An outline of the basic facts of psychology, introducing the student to the workings of his own mind.

Mr. Sannerud

One semester. Five hours a week.

Home Relations

MRS. ELIZABETH H. BONDY

A general course in home relations for girls, dealing with the social and economic problems in the home, the earning and budgeting of the family income, the care and management of a household, the selection and purchase of food and clothing, child development, and the care of family health.

M rs. Bond,

Two semesters. Five hours a week. Ma thematics

MR. ELVIN 3,

M. AKRE

4. PLANE GEOMETRY

The general properties of plane rectangular figures, the circle, measurement of angles, similar polygons, and areas.

Two semesters. Five hours a week.

Mr. Akre

Ii. HIGHER ALGEBRA

A rapid review of elementary algebra, quadratics, binomial theorem, literal and numerical coefficients, variation, ratio and proportion, imaginary and complex numbers.

One semester. Five hours a week. 6. SOLID GEOMETRY

The usual theorems and constructions, including the relations of planes and lines in space; the properties and measurements of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres.

One semester. Five hours a week.


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M usic

MR

MR. GUNNAR J. MALMIN, . ELVIN M . AKRE, Asssisted by MRS. ALICE WEISS 1, 2, RUDIMENTS OF MUSIC

A study of both staffs, notations, rhythm, scale construction in major and minor modes, intervals, with practical keyboard instruction. Designed to give background for the mastery of any instrument and for voice cufrure; affords ear training by means of syllable and sight singing.

Two semesters. Five hours a week. 3, 4. HARMONY

The grammar of music-analysis of triads and seventh chords in their funda足 mental and inverted positions; harmonization of melodies and treatment of irregu足 lar notes. Prerequisite : a knowledge of piano or Rudiments of Music_

Two semesters. Five hours a week. 5, 6. APPLIED MUSIC

Credit will be given for practical work in piano, voice, pipe organ, or violin under the regular or authorized instructors. One unit of credit will be given for one full-hour lesson per week, with not less than nine hours per week of practice throughout the year. Fractional credit given under conditions specified in the Washington High School Manual.

Mr. Malmin, Mrs. Weiss, Mr. Akre

7, 8 . MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS

Credit given for participation in band, orchestra, quartet, and choir under conditions specified in the Washington High School Manual.

Mr. Malmin, Mr. Akre Physical Education and Health

MR. C . O . OLSON, MISS RHODA HOKENSTAD

Opportunity to take part in various athletic activities, such as basketball, voHcy ball, baseball, indoor baseball, tennis, croquet, and golf. Consideration of problems of personal health and mental hygiene required during the first two years.

Two hours a week throughout the year.

Mr. Olson, Miss Hokenstad

Science

1. GENERAL SCIENCE

l\ffi . A. W. RAMSTAD

This subject offers contact with the materials and forces of the stude.nt's environment, for the purpose of stimulating an attitude of openmindedness and inquiry concerning the nature, value, and uses of science in modern life.

One semester. Five hours a week.

2. PHYSIOLOGY

Introduction to the scientific study of the human body and its care; principles of correct living emphasized.

One semester. Five hours a week.


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A study of the earth's surface, geological structure, and modifying agents; its astronomical relations; weather and meteorology-all in their relation to human life. One semester. Five hours a week. 4. WORLD GEOGRAPHY

A study of the political, social, and industrial conditions of the world today. One semester. Five hours a week. 5, 6. GENERAL BIOLOGY

A study of plants and animals with special reference to their economic value; hygiene and sanitation emphasized in the treatment of human biology. Laboratory work. Two semesters. Se-ren hours a week. 7. BOTANY

The structure, development, and life activity of plants; their classification and economic importance. Laboratory work. First semester. Seven hours a week. 8. ZOOLOGY

A study of insects and vertebrates. Laboratory work. Two semesters. Seven hours a week. 9, 10. PHYSICS

Recitations, lectures, and laboratory work. The chief aim is to present ele足 mentary physics in such a way as to stimulate the pupil to do some origina[ thinking about the laws and the whys of the world in which he lives. Two semesters. Seven hours a week. 11, 12. CHEMISTRY

An elementary course in chemistry of the non-metallic and metallic elements. Mr. Ramstad Two semesters. Seven hOtas a week.


(jeneral Information STU DENT ORCA N I ZAlilONS Religious THE MISSION SOCIETY

The Mission Society is a voluntary organization of young men and women, who meet every two wee k s for mission study, Scripture reading, and prayer. Tb� faculty adviser is Rev. J . P. Pf lueg er . THE LUTHERAN DAUGIiTERS OF THE REFoRMATION

The Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation is an organization of young women especially interested in promoting the work of the Lutheran Church. It holds monthly meetings throughout the year. The adviser is Mr s. Philip E. auge. CAMPUS DEVOTIONAL GROUP

This is a voluntary group of students which meets every Thursday noon for prayer and promotion of personal Christianity. The adviser is Dr. Harold G. Ronning.

Literary

THE DRAMA CL1JB

The Drama Club is a literary-dramatic club open to students of all divisions. THE PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE DEBATING SOC IETY

This organization studies and discusses interesting public questions. THE MOORING MAST

The Mooring Mast is a bi.weekly paper published by the students.

THE SAGA

The Saga is the College annual, published by the students. The editor-in­ chief and the business manager are chosen by the faculty, while the rest of the staff is selected by the Associated Students.

THE FRENCH CLUB, THE GERMAN CLUB, and THE VIKING CLUB

Le Cercle Francais, Der Delltsche Verein, and The Viking Club are active departmental clubs.

Athletic

THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Athletic Associa tion is a member of the \'Vashington Intercollegiate

Conference. Ma jor sports include football, baseball, basketball, track, tennis, and golf.

THE LETTERMEN'S CLUB

The Lettermen's Club is an organization of boys who have won letters in one or more of the major sports. THE WOMEN'S ATHLJITIC

ASSOCIATION

This is an organization of girls who are interested in athletic activities.

M iscellaneous

THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS

The Associated Students, an organization embracing the students of all divisions, holds regular weekly meetings, where general school interests are dis· c�sed.


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THE DORMITORY UNION and THE DAY BOYS' CLUB

The Dormitory Union is an organization of dormitory boys for purposes of self-government. The Day Boys' Club promotes cooperation among the boys outside of the dormitory. THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

The Alumni Association was formed in 1921 by the amalgamation of the associations of Pacific Lu theran Academy and Columbia Lutheran College. Its special objective during 1940-41 was to finance the N. j. Hong memorial in the Pacific Lutheran College Library. DELTA pm KAPPA and DELTA RHO GAMMA

The Delta Phi Kappa is a social organization of the girls residing in the dormitory. The Delta Rho Gamma is the day-student girls' organization corresponding to the dormitory girls' Delta Phi Kappa.

THE CO-ED CLUB and THE YOUNG MEN'S BUSINESS FORU1V!

These organizations introduce their members to the privileges and problems of active life. THE LINNE SOCIETY

A departmental club for science students. TAWASI

This is an honorary service club for men. Mr. Arling G. Sannerud adviser.

IS

the

M usical THE PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE CHOIR

This organization enjoys the unique distinction of being the first college

choir west of the Rocky Mountains to specialize in a cappella music. It has made extended concert tours to various points in the Pacific Northwest, and, in 193 1 , far east as Columbus a n d Sandusky, Ohio. In june, 1939 , the Choir, also known as "The Choir of the West," toured Oregon and California, including the

as

Golden Gate International Exposition, under the auspices of the Washington

Golden Jubilee Association. The membership is limited to fifty. THE PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE CHORUS

The Chorus, organized in 19 37, provides valuable training and enjoyable sing足 ing experience for students not in the Choir. BAND AND ORCHESTRA The systematic development of these activities is under way, with major emphasis upon the orchestra, and has made excellent progress during the year.

EX PENSES Tuition. Board. Room , a nd General Fees COLLEGE DAY STUDENTS, PER SEMESTER COLLEGE BOARDING STUDENTS, PER SEMESTER I-ITGH-SCHOOL DAY STUDENTS, PER SEMESTER HIGH-SCHOOL BOARDING STUDENTS, PER SEMESTER

_. ____ .._._____ ........

$

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_ _._ ....._. ._.__

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87.00 1 84.50 39.50 137 .50

In the case of boarding students, the above charges include good table board wd room in the College dormitories for eighteen weeks. Meals w1l1 not be served in the College dining hall during Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter vacations.


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The general fees entitle the students to membership in student body organizations, admission to all games and programs given by such organizations, and one subscription to The MOOTing Mast. Private lessons and laboratory fees are not included in the above charges. Two or more students from the same family in attendance at the same time will receive a discount of $17.00 for college students and $5.00 for high-school students, except in the case of the children of pastors. AIl pastors' children receive a discount of 500/0 on tuition only (a discount of $33 .75 per semester in the College, $10.00 in the High School) . Special Fees EXCESS REGISTRATION

A charge of $3.00 is made for each normal or colIege semester credit hout in excess of the regular eighteen. A charge of $5.00 per semester is made for each high-school subject in excess of the regular five. LATE REGISTRATION

For late registration a fee of $2.00 is charged. This fee is charged the day after the closing of the official registration day. CHANGE IN REGISTRATION A fee of $1 .00 is charged for each change in registration after the third week. No such changes may be made after the third week following the official registration without consent of the teachers concerned. EXAt"\fiNATION

For each extra examination, including those for removal of conditions, a fee of $1.00 may be charged. TUTORING

A student may obtain extra tutoring at $ 1 .00 per hour. Two students taking the same course at the same time pay 75c per hour each.

LABORATORY

In each of the laboratories fees are charged to cover the cost of materials used by the student in his work during a semester as follows: Art (High School or College) $2.00 Chemistry (High School or ColIege) 5.00 Physics (High School or College) 2.50 General science, botany, or biology (High School) 1 .00 Biology 61, 62, and 66 (College) 2.50 Educational measurements, teaching technique 1.00 1 .00 Psychology (High School or College) Biology 55, 56, 1 1 5, 1 16, 1 4 1 , and 142 5 .00 _____________

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The charge for private instruction, one thirty-minute period per week, is $1.50; per semester, $22.00, and per half-semester, $ 1 1 .00. lessons falling on regular or special holidays, and lessons missed by the pupil without notifying the instructor in advance, will not be made up, nor will a refund be allowed.


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PLANO RENT

Piano rent for one hour daily is �5.00 per semester. Piano rent for two hours daily is �9.00 per semester. PIPE ORGAN RENT

Pipe organ rent is �1O.00 per semester for one hour daily.

TYPEWRITER RENT

The charge for the use of typewriter two periods daily per semester is $6.00.

DIPLOMAS

College, $2.50; High School, $2.00. PLACEMENT (COLLEGE OF EDUCATION)

A fee of $5.00 is charged to cover cost of records and correspondence neces· sary for placement of graduates. An effort is made to place all graduates, but positions are not guaranteed. After the first position has been secured a charge of fifty cents will be made for each additional issue of credentials. KEY DEPOSIT

A deposit of $ 1 .00 for dormitory room key is required. Refund made only at time of withdrawal from school. Deposi tory for Students

Students desiring to [eave cash in the Business Office can do so. This cash can be drawn out at the request of the student. I nsurance

The College carries no insurance covering the personal effects of the stu­ dents or the faculty members. Book Store

The College maintains a book store for the convenience of the students, where books, stationery, and school supplies may be obtained. The book store is operated on a strictly cash basis. Payments and Adjustments

Semester expenses are payable one-third at the time of registration, one-third at the beginning of the seventh week of each semester, and one-third at the be­ ginning of the thirteenth week. Credit for future services to be rendered by the student can in no case be used to meet the initial payment. Refunds will be made on tuition as follows: 1st to 3rd week, 800/0 ; 4th to 6th week, 60% ; 7th to 9th week, 40 % ; after 9th week, no refund. No allowance for board will be made for less than one week. A deposit of $5.00 per person is required for reservation of room in the dormitories, payable before August 20. HO U S I N C REC ULATI O N S

The College provides dormitory and dining room facilities t o accommodate students not living at home . The rooms are heated and lighted and furnished with dressers, tables, chairs, beds, and mattresses. All other necessary articles, including pillows, blankets, sheets, pillow cases, towels, rugs, curtains, and reading lamps, of which two are allowed, must be provided by the students. No extra electrical appliances are allowed in the individual rooms. All students, except those living with parents, are required to room in the


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dormitories and board in the College dining hall unless excused by the proper author,ities. If excused, students must live in houses approved by the College. Reservation of rooms should be made in advance. A fee of $5.00 is re足 quired at the time the reservation is made. This fee is returnable if the student withdraws his application ,md notifies the College before August 20. A deposit of $ 1 .00 for a dormitory room key is required, said deposit to be refunded upon return of the key to the Business Office. Occupants of rooms are held responsible for breakage or injury to the room and its furnishings. Young men and women living off campus may not room at the same house. HEALTH

The College endeavors to maintain an effective and adequate health service for ali in order to promote good physical and mental development. The health service includes the arrangement for the services of physicians and the services of a nurse. The services of two physicians are available, and a full-time nurse is on the college staff. An infirmary for men is located near the men's dormitory wing and one for women is located near the women's dormi足 tory wing. Every student must take a physical examination upon entrance to the College. This examination enables the health authorities at the College to assist more ably any student who requires special care. The Mantoux skin test or Vollmer Patch Test for tuberculosis is given annually to each student. College employees are required to take the physical examination annually. The College reserves the right to have students take special examinations or tests if it is deemed necessary by health authorities. Care of persons, in case of illness, ,is under the supervision of the nurse, to whom all cases of illness must be reported at once. Day students must pay 75c per day for board while confined to the infirmary. The College supplies the services of physicians and a nurse for ordinary illness. The school does not provide for free hospitalization, examination or treatment by specialists, for any extensive or prolonged treatment, for surgical operations or for X-Ray service. However, the school will help the student make arrangements for such treat足 ments. G E NERAL REGULATI O N S

Only such tules have been adopted as have been found necessary for the promotion of the highest interests of the students. On admitting students the College does so with the express understanding that they will cheerfully comply with its rules and regulations in every respect and deport themselves as Christian ladies and gentlemen_ Every student is expected to be present at the daily devotional exercises of the school and, on Sunday, to attend divine services in the church with which he or his parents are affiliated. The College maintains the right to exercise supervision over the work and conduct of day students outside of school hours. Students are expected to employ their time to the best advantage and to avoid everything which has a tendency to interfere with legitimate school work.


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Dancing, gambling, visiting gambling houses or other places of questionable na足 ture, and the use of intoxicating liquors are strictly forbidden. Students who are not living at home are required to room and board in the College domitories, unless excused by the Registrar.

El igibi lity Ru les In order to be eligible to represent the College in intercollegiate contests of any character, dramatic, forensic, or musical performance, or 011 The Saga or The 1\II ooring 1\11ast, a student must:

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Be registered at Pacific Lutheran College.

2. Be registered in at least 12 hours work in the regular College Division. 3 regular credit subjects in the High School.

3. Have completed successfully 12 hours of work in his previous semester if in the College Division or 3 regular subjects if a High School student.

4. Be carrying successfully at least 12 units of work at the time of par足 ticipation (3 regular subjects if in the High School Division ) . The rules of the Washington Intercollegiate Conference govern all athletes participating in conference competition. f: Eligibility is to be certified by the Registrar at the end of the first, second, third, and fourth quarter of each semester. Exceptions shall be considered on their merits.

H OW TO R EACH PAR KLA N D Parkland, a suburb of Tacoma, is located about seven miles south of the center of [he City. On arriving in Tacoma by train, bus, or boat, take a Parkland or Spanaway bus on Pacific Avenue. The telephone number of the College is GRanite 86 1 l . Students will do well to reave their baggage at the Tacoma station and bring their checks to the College, where arrangements will be made to have the baggage brought out to the school in the speediest and cheapest way. For additional information write to PAOFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE. Parkland, Washington.


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COLLEGE D IV I S I O N College of Liberal Arts JUNIORS Spanaway. Tacoma. Tacoma. Tacoma. Parkland.

Bennett. R ichard John Hurd. Edwin Quappe Lofrness. j\'!arvin Oliver Bertrand Paulson. Elmer Oliver Pflueger. Merle Robert

Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington

SOPHOMORES Seattle. Washington Seattle. Washington Sumner. Washington Shishmaref. Alaska Portland. Oregon Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. Washington Everett. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington McChord Field. Washington Petersburg. Alaska Bellingha m. \Vashington Stan wood. \Vashington Seattle. Washington Tacoma. Washington Longview. Washington Cathlamet. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Parkland. Washington Puyallup. Washington Parkland. Washington Tacoma . \Vashington Genesee. Idaho Auburn. Washington Bethel. Alaska Everett. Washington Clifford. North Dakota Tacoma. \Vashington Parkland. Washington Parkland. Washington Tacoma. Washington Portland. Oregon Yclm. \Vashington

Anderson. James Martin Bengtson. Carl Luther Bernard Corliss. John Perry Dahle. Ben Maurice Deetz. Raymond Alvin Fletcher. Myrtle Josephine Gammon. \Villiam John Gleason. Arthur Philip Glenn. Marjorie Evelyn Hansen. Ole Harmon. Earnest Thomas Hoff. Neil Jerome Julian Ketler. Arnold Willia m Kirkebo. Haakon Krutar. Roy Chester Lando. Robert Herman Lee. \Vi lliam Palmer Leque. Mary Ann L ivingston. L u ther Raymond Lowell. Mark Louis L utnes. Robert Waldemar Ness. Gerhard Hiede Palmer. R. Merle Pflueger. Raymond Edwin Pyfer. Ann Catherine Ramstad. William Kvindlog Rogers. Bertram Kinnasin Schooler. Robert Wayne Sinex. Melvin Terrell Snow. Eileen Yvonne Sola. Andy Egil Splettstaszer. Morris Adden Stevens. Roy Clifford Stuen. Ma rcus Rodway Svare. Robert Orlando Torve. Robert Melvin Wall. Leland Edgar Winter. Betty Nadine FRESHMEN Benson. Phyllis May Billdr. Eunice Evangeline Blandau . Dorothy Gertrude Blomelie. Helen Marie Blomelie. Lillian Pernelle

Anacortes. \Vashington Boise. Idaho Puyallup. Washington Vancouver. B. C. Canada Vancouver. B. C .. Canada


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Bru u n , Harald Frithjof Carlson, Harold Sanford Case, Clarence Albert Clark , John Edward Clark, Robert Howard Croft, Bliss Perry Dahl, Orwoll Franklin Danielson, Dorothy Jeannette Denn, Joe Albert, Jr. Diers, Marilyn Ruth Eagle, V iolet Lucile Erickson, Clarence John Falde, Alice Beatrice Farrington, H. Roy Flotre, Bertha Nicoline Olson (Mrs.) Fogel, Joe, J r. Forness, Robert Clair Fristoe, Dorothy L uella Gjertsen, Arlene Gertrude Glenn, Nancy Anne Gregersen, Guttorm Robert Gustafson, Lloyd Melvin Hansen, Henry Irvin Ha ugen, Mary E l izabeth Hawthorne , Ramona May Heany, Harold Marcus Herstine, Dorothy Ellen Hoff, Hartman Lawrence Hovland, Avis Selaura Huseboe, Valborg Marie Jensen, Annabelle Dorothy Johnson, Dorothy Alice Johnson, Frances Olivia Johnson, George Albert Johnson, Joan Ela ine Klepper, Gloria Maribeth Lider, Gerald LeRoy L inden, Eugene L i ndstrom, Gaylon Marvin Loeschen, Lynette L illian London, Harry Howard Loyd, Ernest Clifford, Jr. McDonald, Ursula Margaret McKinley, Roy Robert Martenson, Ann Jeanette Berniece Martin, Darrel Douglas Skarin Mattern, Ju leen Harris Mills, Dorothy Nellara Mong, Gerda Newton, Robert Andrew Nickelsen, George Peter Nicklason, Mary Ellen Odell. Daniel E ugene Petersen, James Dale Petersen, \Villiam Christian Pre us, Priscilla Quale, Florence Othelia

Seattle, Washington LaCrosse, Washington Tacoma, Washington Tacoma, \Vashington Carthage, I l linois Su mner, Washington Parkland, Washington Tacoma, Washington Tacoma, Washington Parkland, Washington Wilbur, \Vashington Tacoma, \Vashington Ferndale, Washington Tacoma, Washington Parkland, \Vashington Eatonville, Washington Astoria, Oregon Yel m, Washington Portland, Oregon Tacoma, \Vashington Lakewood, \Vashington Tacoma, \Vashington DuPont, Washington Port Blakely, Washington Tacoma, Washington Tacoma, \Vashington Tacoma , Washington Tacoma, Washington Parkland, Washington Everett. Washington Sil verton, Oregon Everett, Washington Hoquiam, \Vashington Spanaway, Washington Everett, Washington Keyport, Washington Seattle, \Vashington Tacoma, \Vashington Tacoma, Washington K l ickitat, \Vashington P uyallup, Washington Tacoma, \Vashington Steilacoom, Washington Anacortes. \Vashington Colton, Oregon \Varren, Oregon Marysville, Washington Kennewick, \Vashington Edison, \Vashington Oakville. Washington Tacoma, Washington DuPont. Washington Portland, Oregon Unga. Alaska Portland, Oregon Parkland. Washington Milwa ukie. Oregon


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Kahlotus. Seattle. V a ncouver. Tacoma. Tacoma. Tacoma. Tacom.1. Tacoma. Tacoma. Tacoma . Parkland. Graham. Spanaway. Puyallup. Hoquiam. Tacoma. Roy. L a Crosse. Tacoma.

Reitz. Harold \Valter Roterm und. Evelyn Bertha Sater. V iola Savage. Marilyn Ruth Schafer. Carlisle Arthur Scholle. Betty L i l l ia n Muriel Snyder. Gene Addison SouthwelL Helen Margaret Stenerson. Anne Christine Stockton. Betty Lou Svare. Gerhart Trygve Swanson. Stanley Douglas Theno. Milton Joseph Thomas. Cora M a x i ne Tollfeldt. Harvey Marvin Van Arnam. Dolores R u th Whitehead. Leslie Harold Wigen. John Richard Williams. Betty Jean SPECIAL

Washington \Vash ington \Vashington Washington Washington Washington Washington \Vashington Washington \Vashington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington \Vashington \Vashington \Vashington \Vashington

STUDENTS

Woodburn. Oregon Asper. Orlando Cartford McChord Field. Washington Barton. Wil l is Jay Fort Lewis. \Vash i n g ton Brackett. James Wolfe. Jr. McChord Field. Washington Carter. Merida Lee. J r. Fort Lewis. \Vash ington Castle. John Arlo Tacoma. \Vashington Contolampros. A n it a Frances ( M r� . ) Parkland. \Vash ington Fynboe. Valborg Adelaide Teslow ( M rs. ) Seattle. \Vash i n gton Knapp. E d w i n Harold (McChord Field) Calhoun. I l l inois Lathrop. Frederick George Tacoma. Washington Ledyard. Ramon W i l l i a m Taco m a . \Vashington L inington. W i l l i a m Benjamin Parkland. \Vashington Mommsen. Elsa Margaret Arneson ( Mrs. E . J . Franz) Tacoma. \Vashington Neal. Raymond J . McChord Field. Washington Nielsen. Chase Jay McChord Fie l d . \Vashi ngton Oz u k . Charles J. Pasilis. J u l ius Felix McChord Fiel d . \Vashington Schlanbusch. Orville Rudolph Tacoma. \Vashington Wildner. Carl Richard McChord Field. Washington SUMMER

SESSION- 1 9 4 0

Belgum. Gerhard Lee Busby. Lyle Eugene Carlson. Karsten Corliss. John Perry Erickso n . Edna May Gammon. \ViHiam John Greenlaw. Jack Wesley Hanson. Joseph Gerhard Hurd. Edwin Quappe Husby . Dorothy Lorraine Ketler. Arnold Willia m Kirkebo. Haakon Langert. Donald Gilbert Loftnes�. Marvin OlivC[ Bertrand Mommsen. Elsa Arneson ( M rs . E . Joseph Franz) Ness. Gerhard Hiede Nickelsen. Patricia Mae Helen

Tacoma. Tacoma. Sumner. S u mner. Poulsbo. Tacoma. Tacoma. Parkland. Tacoma. Keyport. Tacoma. Tacoma. Tacoma. Tacoma. Parkland. Cathlamet. Tacoma.

Washington Washington Washington \Vash ington \Vashi ngton \Vashington \Vashington Wa�h i n gton Washington \Vashington \V.l shington Washington Wa�hington Washington \Vashington Washington Wash ington


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Parkland. \Vashington Parkland. Washington Parkland. Washington

Patten, Robert Alexander Pflueger, Merle Robert Stuen, Marcus Rodway

College of Education SENIORS Tacoma, \Va shington P u y a l l u p . Washington Tacom a . Washington Tacoma. Washington Everett. Washington Taco m a . Washington Sandy. Oregon Parkland. Washington Tacoma. Washington Randle. Washington Tacoma, Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Stanwood. Washington S u mner. Washington Orting. Washi ngton Ferndale. Washington Lace}'. Washington Tacoma, Washington Tacoma. Washington Everson, \Vashington Poulsbo. Washington S ea t tle. Washington Orting. Washington Lakewood, Washington

Alton, Nellie May Berghei m, Jane Martha Bronson, J ames Henry Broz, George Rudolph Christenson, Edith Marie Cribb, K a thryn Myrtle Blanche Dagsland, John Meidell Davis, Marion V i rginia Dedrick, Mar}' Jane Fish, Blanche Ethel Freberg, Arthur Galbraith, George Church G i bbs, Alice Mary Hoffman, Lois May Husby. Gorden S idney J ungck. Lawrence Haase Krueger. Fred Martin Megard, Edna Marion Olson. Earl Good w i n Pedersen. Edward Carsten Platt, Earl Wallace Reid , John Raymond Seierstad. Aleda Josephine S i g u rdson. S i gurd Frederick Taylor. Frederick Blair Tommervik. Marion Thoralf JUNIORS Anderson. George Erik Anderson. Marie Louise Anderson. N i na Bengtson. R u th M a r y Victoria Bennett. E m ilie Ruth B il ldt. Bertil Brincken. Paul Albert Carlson. Ruth Ardelle Cole, Marjorie Patricia Dcgcrud. Evel y n Mae D u mas. E lla Dorothy ( M rs . ) E k l u n d o Bernice Esther Fallstrom. George Allin Fisher. Beth Mae Foss, James William Fosso, Constance A l a l ie Solvcig Frederick. Mabel Marcella Gabbard. Ray Gardner. Eleanor Lucretia Haavik. Arthur Onsgard Harshman. Marvel Keith Huber, Jean Catherine Hughes. Marie Josephine H u ntington. Lenore Anne

Hoq u i am. Tacoma. Bow. Seattle. Tacoma.

Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Boise. Idaho L a ta h . Washington Everett. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. Washington Hoq u i a m . Washington Roy . Washington Monon. \Vashington Tacoma, Washington Anacortes. \Vash ington Tacoma. Washington S u mner. Washington Tacoma. Washington Seattle. Washington Lake Stevens. Washington Tacoma. Washington Electron. Washington Parkland. Washington


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Isaksen. Glen Howard Jacobson. Margo Edith Manley (Mrs.) Jahlstrom. Lenore Alene Jensen. Margaret Levald Jensen. Robert Joseph William Jessup. Jeanne Johnson. Helen Virginia Johnson. Kenneth Myron Johnson. Norma R u th Johnson. \Vilma Cecelia Knib'be. Evelyn Bernice LaBea u . Doraine Lang. Harry Edwin Langert. Donald Gilbert Langert. Douglas H u bert McCay. Albert Holmgren Moe. Ole Jordan Nelsen. Marjorie Louise North. Irma Lorene North. Martin Edgar Norton. Viola Frances Olson. Valerie Adeline Opstad. R u th V ictoria Overaa. Jane Wilhelmina Payden. Lau ra Marie Pederson. Arne Kenneth Peterson. Dorothy Evelyn Peterson. Harold Gerhard Pulver. Edna Lucille Rasmussen. Evelyn Lenore Robison. Roberta Clarice Roning. Patricia Sennette E i leen R o t i . Hazel Marguerite Rutila. Arlee Bernice Schmandt. Gladys Pea r l Schreuders. V irginia Lee Scott. Mabel Gladys Simonson. Martha Evelyn Sinex. Juanita Lucille Sloppy. Donald Ray Sl o v e r . J ames Mark Stacey. Sally Jo Stalwick. Evelyn Marie Stenesen. Omar Melvin Taylor. Margaret Ann Tegner. V irginia Millicent Thorleifson. George C. Tommcrvik. Marvin Sigurd Valentine. Edwin Alexander Francis Wallace. Frances Sylvia \Va tncy. Esther I rene Yuckert. Clara Emma SOPHOMORES Basse. Donna Mae Brottem. Patricia Lou ise Byrd. E l izabeth Louise Carmichael. Phillip John Carnahan. Irma Ruth

Everett. Washington Tacoma. Washington Winlock. Washington Seattle. Washington Tacoma. Washington Porter. \Vashington Portland. Oregon Yakima. Washington DuPont. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Longview. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Deer Harbor. Wash ington Silverton. Oregon Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Yel m . Washington Tacoma. Washington Port Townsend. Washington Spanaway. \Vashington Everett. Washington Lakewood. Washington Leoneth. M innesota Astoria. Oregon B u rl i ngton. Washington B u rlLngton. \Vashington Longview. Washington Ketchikan. Alaska Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. Washington Anacortes. Washington Tacoma. Washington Parkland. Washington Tacoma. Washington A u b u r n . \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Seattle. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Puyallup. Washington Seattle. Washington Lakewood. Wash ington Tacoma. \Vashington Auburn. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacom a . Washington Seattle. Parkland. Tacoma. Tacoma. Su mner.

Wash ington Washington Washington Washington Washington


PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE 66 A u b u r n . Washington Carroll. E l izabeth A n n Tacoma. \Vash ington D u ncan. Phyllis Lorraine Puyallup. \Vash ington E mery . Jac q uelyn Yvonne Kapowsin. \Vash ington Erickson . E lmer Theodore Spirit Lake. I daho Falkenberg. Harold Stanton Parkland. Washington Ford. Alice Elizabeth S u m ner. \Vash ington Friedline. Nadine Alice Silverton. Oregon Fuhr. Nathan Marcns James P u y a l l u p . \Vashington Grubb. Deloris Louise Auburn. \Vashington Guldner. Elfrieda E l izabeth Seattle. Washington Gustafson. Edith M a r i e Shelton. Washington Hamilton. Florence LeRae Lake Stevens. Washingto n Harshman. Sterling Raymond Tacoma. Washington Ha u ge. Florence Mildred Puyallup. \Vashington Hendrickson. V irginia Ida Y e l m . Washington Herness. Robert Carl Tacoma. \Vashj ngton Hesse. Alvin Walter National. Washington Hoff. Emmy L o u Chehalis. Washington H o p p . Florence Leah Puyallup. Washington Johnson. Sylvia E l izabeth Taco m a . \Vashington Jolly. Bill Ridgefield. Washington Kapus. Raymond Robert Tacoma. Washington Kas e . Marjorie Mina Parkland. Washington Kn udtson. Mildred AdelIa Taco m a . Washington Larso n. Dorothy E b ba Steilacoo m . Washington McCom b . Dorothy Mary Olympia. Wash ington McK amey. Muriel Jeane I elson. Lloyd Henry Seattle. Washington Nevitt. Allan Franklin Rarmond. \Vashington Odegard. Bernice Helga Taco ma. Washington Pearson. Floy Christine Puyallup. \Vashington Randall. Edward \Voodrow Puyallup. \Vashington Randolph. Delores Loretta Taco m a . Wasbington Rogers. Lorna Adele Shelto n . \Vashington R o s ena u . Ma x i ne Jan e t Genesee. Idaho Rotte r . Florence Pauline Alder. Washington R u mmer. Gloria Dave nport. Washington Schillios. Ralph Harlow L a Center. Washington Schrupp. Roland Diedrich Peter Taco m a . Washington S i monso n . R u th Hilma Taco m a . \Vash ington Sivertson. Esther Aileen P u y a l l u p . \Vashington S m ith. Janet May Taco m a . Washington Sola. Olav Magnus Everett. Washington Swanson. Ellen My r tle Tacoma. Washington Swanson. Hugo \Villiam Graham. Washington Thorpe. B u rton David Long Beach. California Thureson. Thelma Alder. \Vashington Tiede man. Wenzel E d w i n Everett. Washington Todd . Jean E l ou ise Puyal l u p . \Vashington \Vallen. Kathryn Jeannette P u \'allup. \Vasbington \Vh itehead. Stanley Shaw Roy. \Vashington FR ESHMEN Atkinson. Georgiana Rose S u mner. Washington Church. Helen Mae Tacom a . Washington Daddow. Mary E l izabeth Everett. Washington Dahl . Harvey R u ssell Gig Harbor. Washington Dalby. Raymond Albert Puyallup. Washington EIdso n . Waldo E u gene Stanley. North Dakota Erickson. Harry Axel Kapowsin. Wash i n g t o n


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Evans. Harold Jack Gallaher. Martha Jane Hagen. Hal fred Elene Hedderly. Verna Jean Holand. Erling Ingval Jernes. June Ethel Johnson. Adeline Martha Jurgensen. Christina Mae Keller. Ruth Ann Knapp. Chari Ellen Langton. Richard Chester Larsgaard. John Olaf Lee. Rhoda Mae Lervick. Marie Harriet Ludwig. Lois Katherine Lueckenotte. Duane \Veslq' Lu msden. Tom Marchand. Betty Blanche Merz , Marie Rose Michelsen. V irginia Lenore Midtsater. La ura Nyland. Lyle Maynard Pearson, Vivian Charlotte Person. Carrie Marie Petersen, Lynn Ernest Peterson, Oscar Elmer Pflaum. Al ice Louise Pflueger. Paul Edward Polillo, Paul Reese, Mildred Reitz. Robert Hans Robinson. Clarence Otto Robinson, Mildred Jean Rod. I 'Lee Charlotte Louise Rodenberger, Ruthmarie Stell, Betty Lucille Wentworth. Marjorie Eileen \Vickens, Dorothy Jane Xavier, Barbara Ruth

Tacoma. Wash ington Tacoma. \Vashington Wilbur. \Vashington Puyallup, Washington Seattle. Washington Portland. Oregon Tacoma, Washington Wilbur. Washington Ol}'mpia, \Vash ington Tacoma. Wash ington Tacoma, Washington Seattle. \Vashington Everett. \Vashington Hartford. \Vashington Portland. Oregon Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma . \Vashington Mansfield .\Vashington Yelm . Washington Seattle. Wash ington Gig Harbor. \Vashington Seattle. \Vash ington Everett. \Vashington Tacoma. Wash ington Makoti. North Dakota Anacortes. Washington Tacoma. Washington Seattle, \Vashington Ridgefield, Washington Kennewick. \Vashington Fairfield. \Vashington Graham. \Vashington Hoquiam . Wash ington East Stanwood. \Vashington Tacoma, \Vashington Bremerton, \Vashington Puyallup, \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Parkland, \Vashington

SPECIAL STUDENTS Ball, Nina Lois Larson, Rodney John Lehmann. Alvin Cha rles Stephen SUMMER SESSION-1 9 4 0 Alton, Nel l ie May Anderson, George Erik Anderson, Lennard Axel Anderson. Ro}' E. Asberg, Theodore Edgar Ayers. A nne Ball, Gertrude El izabeth Birchman (Mrs. ) Ball. Nina Lois Bardon. Hazelle Fogle Barrett, E lsie Margaret Bergheim. Jane Martha Bodrero. Marguerite Boe, Alice Irene Brunner. Gertrude Marie Calavan. \Vadene

Tacoma, Wash ington Tacoma. \Vash ington Parkland. Wash ington Tacoma, Hoq uiam, Tacoma. Tacoma. Tacoma. Spanaway, Tacoma. Tacoma. Ashford. Puyallup, Tacoma. Sum ner, Tacoma. Winlock. Sumner,

\Vashington \Vasbington \Vashington Washington \Vashington Washington Washington \Vashington Washington \Vashington \Vashington \Vashington Washington \Vashington \Vashington


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Cribb. Kathryn Myrtle Blanche Dahl. Elizabeth Marjorie Dahl. Joel Stanley Daniels. Thelma Geraldine Dedrick. Mary Jane Degerud. Evelyn Mae Demers. Margrete Marie Downton. Ruth Andree Duncan. Phyllis Lorraine Eklund. Evelyn V ernice Ellis. George J. Ellis. Mary Alva Evans. Iris Vera Fallstrom. Charles Matthew Fields. V ivian Irene Fish. Blanche Ethel Fister. Elizabeth Gertrude Flint. Rachel Ford. Alice Elizabeth Fosso. Constance Alalie Solveig Frederick. Mabel Marcella French. \Valter Millikin Goplerud. Walter Edward Grass. Margaret Lou Grass. Mary Elizabeth Gray. Harold Franklin Gregory. Grace E . Guldner. Elfrieda Elizabeth Hanson. Mildred Ann Hauge. Florence M ildred Hauge. Ovedia Ingeborg Hinkley. Leona Howard. Noweita Willou Hvidding. Esther J?cobs. Alvin Frederick Jacobson. Evelyn Laurine Jacobson. Margo Edith Manley (Mrs . ) Jewell. Carl Wilfred Jewell. Juness Dell Johnsen. Palmer Olaf Johnson. Helen V irginia Johnson. Marie Louise Johnson. Marion Lucille Johnson. Norma Ruth Johnson. Wilma Cecelia Kapphahn. Dorothy Lucy Kersten. Walter Carl Kinney. Rose Colvin Knutson. Iva Bernice (Mrs. D. R. Cardwell) K vinsland. Stener Lando. Norma Orlaug Larson. Paul Valdemar Lee. Torger John Lindberg. Helen Christine Londahl . Peter Morton McCutchan. Melvin Albert Martin. Fales Mattes. Donald Albert Melver. Margaret Kathryn

Tacoma. \Vashington Parkland. \Vashington Everett. Washington Parkland. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Bremerton. Washington Tacoma. Washington Elma. \Vashington Issaquah. Washington Enumcla w. Washington Randle. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Parkland. Washington AnacOItes. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Marysville. \Vashington Silverton. Oregon Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Auburn. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Burlington. Washington V ader. Washington Seattle. Washington Canby. Oregon Tacoma. \Vashington Parkland. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Puyallup. Washington Belfair. Washington Portland. Oregon Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Steilacoom. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. Washington Tenino. \Vashington Walla Walla. \Vashington Poulsbo. Washington Petersbu rg. Alaska Parkland. Washington Everett. \Vashington Puyallup. \Vashington Auburn. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Baker. Oregon Seatt1e. \Vashington


ENROLLMENT

M i k kelsen. Anna Sophie Miller. L o u ise Efizabeth Monson. Clarence Edward Monson. Donald Oswald Monson. Evelyn Mathilda Monson. Robert Melvin Morris. Lois Katherine Ness. Elizabeth Ann (Mrs. Pa t McHugh) Newton. V iola Frances Norsby. Lela O 路 Conner. Harold Odell. Helen Irene Oelerich. Roy Willia m Oliver. Richard William Pearson. Margaret Edith Pellcrvo. Estelle Marian Poland. Lorena Martha Preus. Paul Klemet Pulver. Edna Lucille Raudebaugh. Eleanor Marie Redeen. John Fredrick Richardson. Mary Caroline Seierstad. Aleda Josephine Sovde. Melba Fenney (Mrs . ) Sovde. Obert J u l ian Spencer. Lucy May Stalwick. Evelyn Marie S t ark. Helen Maude Stelloh. Frances S wanson. Ellen Myrtle Taylor. Evelyn Rebecca Taylor. Helen Rose Thompson. Thomas Lloyd Tingelstad. Gertrude Bernice V a n Hoven. Ruth Joanne Walter. June Jeneve Whisner. Bettie \Vi l l is . James Stanley Withrow. Lenore Fisher Zehe. Arthur Frederick Ziegler. Olive Holte (Mrs.) EXTENSION STUDENTS Abner. Donald Adair Adams. Ivy D. Anderson. Lenn:lrd Axel A nderson. Roy E. Armstrong. Alice M. Asberg. Theodore Edgar Axtell. Myrtle Anne Ball. Gertrude Elizabeth Birchman (Mrs.) Bissell. Leah Blake. Enid Elizabeth Brottem. Babette Marguerite Capps. William Calvin Cook. Alice Mildred Crum. J . \Vesley Davis. Mildred W. Elmer. Rudolph E manuel Eyer. Russell V .

69 Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Parkland. Washington Olympia. Washington Parkland. \Vashington Selah. Washington Puyall u p . Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Richland. Washington Olympia. Washington Klamath Falls. Oregon Tacoma. Washington Yakima. \Vashington Naselle. \Vash ington Seattle. Washington Parkland. Washington B u rlington. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Arlington. Washington Tacoma, Washington Poulsbo. \Va shington Gig Harbor, Washington Gig Harbor. Washington Tacoma. Wash ington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Su mner. \Vash ington Tacoma. Washington Parkland. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Orting. Washington DuPont, \Vashington Vancouver. \Vashington Tacoma, Washington

Alder. Auburn. Tacoma. Tacoma. Seattle, Tacoma. Auburn, Tacoma. Seattle. Tacoma. Parkland. Tacoma. Tacoma. Seattle. Tacoma. Tacoma. Auburn.

Washington Washington \Vashington Washington \Vashington Washington Washington Washington Washington \Vashington Washington Washington Washington Washington \Va shington \Vashington \Vashington


70 Frederick . Wanda Freet . Donald Alvin

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Tacoma. \Vashington Tacoma. Washington Eatonville. Washington Tacoma. Washington Parkland. Washington Tacoma. Washington Seattle. \Vashington Auburn. Washington Orting. \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington B urlington. \Vashington Tacoma. \Vashington Taco m a . \Vashington Parkland. Washington Tacom a . Washington Tacoma. Washington Ilwaco. \Vashington Dallas. Oregon A u burn. Washington Ridgefield. Washington Seattle, Washington Taco m a , \Vashington Issaquah, \Vashington Auburn, \Vashington Taco m a , \Vashington Tacoma, Washington Olympia, \Vashington Puyallup, Washington Tacoma, \Vashington Tacoma, \Vashington Olympia, Washington Tacom a , \Vashington Petersburg, Alaska Yelm. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Kent. Washington Tacoma. Washington Tacoma. Washington Parkland, Washington Ta coma. Washington Tacom.l . Washington Tacoma. \Vashington Shelton. Washington Tacoma. \Vashington

Gallagher. Dennis John Goplerud. Eda Charlotte Gopleru d . \Valter Edward Gray. Harold Franklin Gustavson. Glenn Oscar Hanson. Grace Harriet Hardtke. Gerald Noble Hauge. Laura May Hauge. Ovedia Ingeborg Hoss. I da Mae Jacobs. Alvin Frederick Jacobson. Evelyn Laurine Jewel l . Carl Wil fred Johnson. Marion L ucille Karvonen. Elsie I rene Leitch. Katherine Lo uise Londahl. Peter Morton Lyon. Freida McAvoy. Mercedes Margaret McCutchan . Melvin Albert Mahoney. Genevieve Agnes Merr i t t . Verne A. Midtsater. S igne Molver. Eula Mae ( M rs. ) Monso n . Donald Oswald Morris. Lois Katherine Mullen. Robert Chandler Oliver. Richard Will iam Olson. Doris Evelyn Olson. Neva Anna Otncss. Oak Thorleif Quale. Mi llard Clayton Ross. Nevella \Vanda S igler. Mary Jane S m ith. V ivian Alyce Sterba . \Valter William Stuen . Mary Elizabeth Thrane. Helen Muriel Unger. Frank Van S lyke. Harmon LaMont Weeks. Donald Cole Whisner. Bettie

H I CH SCHOOL D I V I S I O N SENIORS Anderson. Verna L o u ise Clement. Una May Davis. George Leonard Himes. Jane Carolyn Johnson. Calvin Wayne Johnson. Iver Constantine Mackie. Hortense Charlotta M i ller. Fred Scott

Tacoma. Tacoma. Parkland. S u m ner, Tacoma. PJrkland. Aberdeen. Port Townsend,

\Vashington Washington \Vashington Washington Washington Washington \Vashington Washington

JUNIORS B lomberg. Starcley J u les Dahle. Ruth Inez K iatcha Dailey. Don Derwood Leask. Bernice Gloria

Spokane. Washington Shishmaref. Alaska Ta coma. \Vashington Metla katla. Alaska


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Matteson. \Villiam Carol M y h re. Margaret A n n Harriet S i monson. Alfred Adolph

Spokane. \Vashington Dunseith, North Dakota Asto ria. Oregon SOPHOMORES Taco m a . Parkland. Seattle. Parkland, Parkland. Tacoma. Tacoma. Parkland. Parkl and,

Hagen. Norman R i n g Hauge. J a n e t Cecelia Havers. Richard Kispert Johnso n . \Valter Kittelson. J anice Mary Stenda l . John Ayl mer Stockto n. A l ice Joyce S tuen. Anita L o u ise Wright. David Charles

Washington Washington Washington Washington \Vash ington \Vashington Washington Washington Wash ington

SPECIAL STUDENTS Parkland. Washington Tacoma. Washington Taco m a , Washington

Aaberg. L i l l ian Ida L a rson. Ernest Arthur. Jr. flatness. Edward SUMMER SESSION- 1 9 4 0

Decorah. Iowa Parkland. Washington IN ABSENTIA EXTENSION STUDENT Thoren. Emma Marie Puya l l u p . Washington Nelson. Hannah E l izabeth Preus. Priscilla

S U M MARY O F ENROLLM ENT 1 940- 4 1

COLLEGE D I V I S ION :

College of L iberal Arts :

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Colleqe o f Education :

Seniors 26 J u niors 76 Sophomores 56 Freshmen 46 Special Students 3 Summer Session 1 1 5 Extension Students .___ 6 1 Total Cou nted twice Net Total in College of E d u ca tion Total in College Division Counted in Both Colleges Net Total in College Division __ H I GH SCHOOL D I V I S ION : Seniors 8 J u niors 7 Sophomores __ 9 Special St udents . _ 3 S u m m er Session 2 Extension Student _ I _ Total Net Total in High School Divis i -= Also c o u n ted in College Division Total in High School Division only Net Tota l Enrollment in Both Divisions ________ _ _ _____ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ________

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Graduates HIGH SCHOOL D I VISION 1 921 E m meline Quam (Mrs . Berner E . Kirkebo ) . 3 2 42 24th St. \V . . Seattle. \Vash. Solveig K . Rynning (Mrs. Henry Xavier ) . Candle. Alaska. Marie H. Smaby. office assistant. 5 0 7 Medical Arts Building. Tacoma. Home. 8 0 0 5 Pacific Avenue. Tacoma. Wash. Thomas \Vathne. bookkeeper. 8 7 3 So. 9 2 nd St . . Tacoma. \Vash. 1 9 22 Herman J. Ho lte. physician and surgeon. Tacoma General Hospital, Tacoma. \Vash. Murl Jensen. merchant. Wilmot. So. Da k . Bertha Lero. deceased. Petersburg. Alaska. Marie Ordal. teacher. high school. Bellingham, Home. 6 1 9 1 2 th St .. Bellingham. Wash, Alfred G. Samuelson. deceased. Shelton. \Vash. Frieda Skarbo (Mrs . E. E. Lueckenotte ) . 7 2 3 3 So. Sheridan Ave . . Tacoma. Wash. Sivert M . Wedeberg. professor of accounting. University of Maryland. Home. 1 2 2 Monroe Ave .. University Park. Md. 1 9 23 Mrs. Nita Boettcher. principal. 8 9 5 5 S a n J uan Ave . . South Gate. Calif. George Cooper. attorney. U. S. Dep t . of Agriculture. Home. 1 6 3 6 No. \Voodstock. Arlington. V a . Thelma Erholm (Mrs. Homer Rose) . 2 8 1 4 Broadway. Belliogham. \Vash . Richard Jacobsen. Pan-American Gas Station. Santa Barbara. Calif. Burton D. Kreidler. principal. Woodland School. R . F. D . 3. Puyal lup. Home. Parkland. Wash. Alyce Lee ( Mrs. S. Clark) . deceased. Bellingham, Wash. 1 9 24 Alfred E . Anderson. salesman. Washington Hardware Co .. Tacoma. Home. R . F. D. 5 . Box 6 6 5 . Taco ma. Wash. Katherine Anderson ( M rs . Roy Swenson) . Chinook. Wash Hope Cam bas (Mrs. Paul Mahan ) . Seattle. Wash. Ruth Fadness (Mrs. Hans Thorson) . Anchorage. Alaska. George Greenwood. proprietor. Tacoma Music Co .. 904 Pacific Ave . . Tacoma. Home. \Vollochet Bay. Wash . Ralph K n u tzen. civil engineer. Home. 2 7 0 5 Franklin. Bellingham. \Vash. Myron B. Kreidler. project techn icia n . Seattle. Home. Parkland. Wash. J. Monroe Langlo. concert artist and voice instructor. Los Angeles. Cal i f . 1 9 25 Alvar J. Beck. teacher. Highline H i g h School. R. F. D. 7. Seattle. H o m e . R. F. D . 8 . B o x 9 5 5 - J . Seattle. Wash. Edwin A. Beck. manager. Bungalow Cabinet Co . . Tacoma. Home. 4 0 4 7 Pacific Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Ruth E. Buli ( Mrs. Gerhard Haakenso n ) . R. F. D. 7 . Box 3 9 8 . Tacoma. Wash. Lyman B. Carlson. Kennydale. Wash. Sydney M . Glasso. Parkland. Wash Martha Hjermstad (Mrs. Theodore Cederberg ) . Grand Apts Everett. \Vash. Signe Hjermstad. Anacortes. Wash. Mabel Iverson (Mrs. Birger Nelson ) . 6 4 7 W. 7 6 th S t .. Seattle. Wash . Henry Kiel. teacher. high school. Port Angeles. Home. 1 1 3 Ea. 1 3 th St .. Port Angeles. Wash. Arthur J. Knutzen. clergyman. Gig Harbor, Wash. Palma Langlow , Deputy County Recorder, Santa Barbara. Home. 2 0 8 W. Arrellaga S t . , Santa Barbara. Calif. Birger C. Nelson. salesman. 7 1 4 E . Pike. Seattle. Home. 6 4 7 W. 7 6 th St . . Seattle, Wash. Edna O'Farrell. Orting. Wash. .â&#x20AC;˘


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Arnt Oyen, teacher, high school, Poulsbo, Wash. Ruth Riveness, R. F. D . 2, Hubbard, Oregon. Stella Samuelson ( M rs. Kenneth Jacobs ) , Parkland, Wash. Luetta Svinth ( M rs. Henry Kid) , 1 1 3 Ea. 1 3 th St .. Port Angeles, Wash. Esther Sydow ( M rs . John Viebrock) , Douglas, Wash. 1 926 Arthur Brudvik, salesman, 3 0 0 N o . 4 1 st S t . , Seattle, Wash. Carl E. Coltom, principal, Spana way, Wash. Annelle Dahl ( M rs. Norman Langlo) , 1 9 1 6 Gillespie, Santa Barbara, C a l if. Iver C. Dahl, 1 1 1 2 W. 8 3 rd St., Seattle, Wash. Lawrence Ellingson, assistant custodian, Stadium High School, Tacoma. Home, 3 3 1 2 So. 7th S t . , Taco ma, Wash. J udith Fosness (Mrs. F . M. Rude) , R. F . D . I . Box 7 2 6 , Taco ma, Wash. Claude A . Pellett. city missionary, Lutheran Welfare Society, Tacoma. Home, R . F . D . 3, Box 2 5 1 . Tacoma, Wash. Olive Sandwick, deceased, South Bellingham, Wash. Peter Sognefest, chemist, American Can Co . . 1 1 th Ave. and St. Charles Rd . , Bell足 wood. Home, 1 4 3 So. 2 2nd Ave . , Bellwood, I l l . 1 927 Edna C . Brotnov, operator, Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co., Seattle. Home, Seattle. \Vash. Irene A . Dahl ( Mrs. Olai Hageness ) , R . F. D . 2, Box 1 1 4 - A , Tacoma, Wash. Peter J . Flott, A . B . Seaman, Richfield Oil Company tanker, Long Beach. Home, 3 2 1 W. 1 st St., Wilmington, Calif. Walter M . French, teacher, Shoultes School, Marysville. Home, 1 5 2 8 2 nd St . . Marysville, \Vash. Marie Gardlin (Mrs. John S m ith) , North Cove, Wash. Lyell C. Kreidler, principal, Kapowsin. Home, R . F. D. 5 , Tacoma, Wash. Gerhard A. Lane, clergyman, 1 6 Gov't Center, Baguio, Philippine Islands. Garvik Olson, farmer, East Stanwood, Wash. Bertha N. Olson ( Mrs. Daniel Flotre ) , student, Pacific L u theran College. Home, Parkland. Wash. Rudolph M. Sanderson, teacher, Olympia. Home 1 4 2 1 Ea. 8th Ave .. Olympia, Wash. Helen M. Westby, teacher, Prosser. Home, DuPont, Wash. John Wiese, newspaper reporter. Seattle, \Vash . 1 928 Agnes Borreson ( M rs. A . C . Erickson ) , 2 6 0 6 No . 8th S t . . Tacoma, Wash. Peter Grambo, engineer. Chica g o . I l l . Elmer Hauke. bookkeeper, L o w er Columbia Co-op. Dairy Assoc. Home, 1 6 3 5 Grand Ave . . Astoria, Ore. Edwin Iverson, Sub Station operator. Home, 1 0 2 4 6 Rainier Ave . , Seattle, Wash. Margaret Jacobsen ( M rs. Wieber Wynstra ) , 2 2 0 3 Yale Ave. N . , Seattle, Wash. Gladys Knutzen , stenographer, The National Bank of C o m merce, 2nd Ave. and Spring St .. Seattle. Home, 1 5 6 2 Olive Way, Seattle, Wash. Sylvia B. Larson ( M rs . G l en Ogden ) , U . S. Marine Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. A lfred Lund, farmer, R . F. D. 3, Ellensburg, \Vash . Lenora L u n d . graduate nurse. L os Angeles General Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif. C . Arthur Olsen, clergyman, Chokio, M in n . Olaf G . Ordal, teacher, h i g h school, S o u t h B e n d , \Vash. Harry Sannerud. Brooks-Scanlon Camp No. 2 , Bend, Ore. John Stuen, Seattle, Wash. E l mer C . Tveter, U . S . Weather S u rvey, Nome, Alaska. Home. 1 6 0 2 No . Cheyenne St" Tacoma, Wash. 1 92 9 Lillian E . Anderson, deceased. Florence, Wash. Margaret B. Fadness, Parkland, Wash. Nelma Gulleson, assistant cook, Pacific L utheran College. Home, Parkland, Wash. Ida Hinderlie ( M rs. Henry Berntsen ) , R . F. D. 7, Box 8 2 8 , Tacoma , Wash.


74

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John M . Johnso n , B. A. in Ed . , College of Puget Sound ; principal. McKen n a . Home, Parkland, Wash. Dorothy G. Lehmann ( Mrs . A . F . Gratzer) , Parkland, \Vash. Robert J. Knutzen, Seattle, Wash. Howard W. Nyman, teacher, Olympia. Home, 5 1 5 Thomas St . . O l y m p i a , \Vash. Gertrude Sydow, registered n urse. Home, 5 I 5 So. 2 7 th St., Tacoma, Wash. Arnold Thostenson, teacher, Everett. Home, 2 6 1 9 Oakes S t . , Everet t , \Vash. 1 930 Dorothy R. Bodley ( M rs. Roy Paulson ) , R . F. D. 1 . Box 3 7 , K irkland, Wash. David M. Cbamberla i n , salesman, \V. States \Vholesale Grocery Co. Home, 1 0 4 0 W. Willows S t . , Stockton, C a l i f . J . Stanley Dabl. principa l , Wilson school, R . F . D . 3 , Evere t t . \Vash. Mabel A. Erickson (Mrs. Arthur F . Johnso n ) , R. F . D . 2 , Conrad, Mont. Tbeodore U. Evjentb, 1 6 3 4 Hayes S t . , San Francisco, Calif. John J . Gardlin, Chinook, Wash. Katherine Gould, B u rlington, Wash. Dagny E. Hjermstad, B . A .. State Teachers College, LaCrosse, \Vis. Ho m e , A n a c o r t e s , Wash. Solveig J. H jermstad ( M rs. Carter Robins ) , San Francisco, Calif. P. Henry Holm-Jensen, clergyman, Cooperst o w n , N o . Da k . Kenneth A . Horst, radio salesman, Colfax. Home, 9 1 0 S o . 1 2 th St . . Tacoma, Wash. Harald V . Johnson. teacher. L a ke Chelan Higb Scbool. Chelan, \Vash . Home, 6 9 1 9 McKinley Ave . . Taco m a , Wash. Pauline R . Larson ( Mrs. Harry E . Palmer ) , graduate n u rse, Cowlitz General Hospital. L o n g v i e w . L o u i se M . L e h m a n n ( M rs. Benj amin Black ) , 1 0 2 E r i e St., Seattle, Wasb. John W. Lisberness, Concrete, Wash. Anna S . Mikkelsen, teacher, Parkland. Home, 4 5 2 4 No. 1 8 th St., Tacoma, \Vash Cornelia B . Mohn (Mrs. Kenneth McL a i n ) , Junea u , Alaska. Inga M. Olson ( M rs . Robert St. Clair) , Parkland, Wash. Frede rick W. Scheel. 1 0 1 4 Minor Ave . , Seattle, \Vash. J. Alvene Schierman, teacher, T u m water, Wash. Victor J. Skov, Conrad, Mont. 1931 Ede! M . Austin ( Mrs. Robert W . Garvin ) , 2 8 2 0 W. 2 8 th S t . . Vancouver, B . C . Eleanor A. Dahlberg ( M rs. Adoll B . Englund ) , 1 7 4 8 LaFromboise S t . , E n u mclaw , Wash. Erv in E . Dammel , substitute teacher. Asbford. Home, Parkland, \Vash . Lloyd A. Erickson, Standard Oil a n d Gas Co . , Gallup C i t y . Home, Conrad, Mont. John G. Fadness, teacher, h i gh school , Ridgefield, Wash. Wallis Kerr, music teacher, Box 6 4 7 , LaGrande. Ore. Edgar R. L a rson, teacher. Clover Park high scbool, R. F. D. 5 , Tacoma. Home. Parkland. \Vasb. Fred G. Lee, clerk, Port of Seattle, Seattle. Home, 1 3 1 4 3 3 rd S t . So .. Seattle, Wash. Eleanor B. L o f t b u s (Mrs. William Tagg) . 1 0 9 State S t . , Bremerton, \Vash. Mrs. Marion A . Meyer, Eatonville, Wash. Clarence E. Monson. teacher, Boistfort School. K laber. Home, 4 0 5 2 McKinley Ave .. Tacoma, Was h . Jesse P. Pflueger. J r . . teacher, Poulsbo . Home, Parkland, Wash. J. Robert Reid, Tacoma P u b l i c Utilities. Home, 8 0 1 No. Ya kima Ave .. Tacoma, Wash. Jens O. N. Riksheim, deceased, Los Angeles. Calif. Alice L. Roe, Sandpoint, Idaho. Gladys Swenland, Parkland, Wash. Helen B. Ting elstad (Mrs. Irl G race ) , R . F. D . 1, Albany, Ore. John P. Vernon. L aCrosse. Wash. \Valter E. Youn g . Columbia Powder Co., Frederickson. Home, Parkland, Wash. John E. Zachrison. Great Northern Railway, Seattle, Wash.


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1932 Smith B . Campbell. Campbell Bros. Bottling Co.. 3 8 6 1 Center St.. Tacoma. Home. R . F. D. 5. Box 4 8 3 . Tacoma. Wash. Holden M. H a u ke. Pacific Po wer \'1 Light Cc> .. Astoria. Ore. S. Sheldon Moe. teacher. Longview. Home. 1 0 4 Merrill Apts . . L o ngview. Wash. Evelyn M. Monson. teacher. Mossyrock. Home. 4 0 5 2 McKinley Ave., Tacoma. Wash. Mary Lo uise Preus, graduate nurse, Tacoma General Hospital, Taco ma. Home. Parkland. Wash. Lyal H. Sanderson. R. F. D. 2, Box 6 5 7, Tacoma, \Vash. Charlotte J . Sho up, 3 5 0 1 Utah St., San Diego. Calif. George E . Svenson. student, University o f California, Los Angeles. Home, 3 8 8 0 San Rafael Ave .. L o s Angeles, Calif. Gilbert A. Sydow. pastor. \Vithrow. Wash. 1 9 33 Nedra E . Dubigk, stenographer. Northwest Radio Advertising Co . , Inc . , American Bank Bldg., Seattle. Home. Concrete. \Vasb. Daniel T. Flotre. deceased, Parkland, Wash. John C. Hudso n, fisherman, Metlakatla. Alaska. Floyd F. Knutzen. clerk, Burlington, Wash. Myrven A . Lane, medical student, Northwestern Medical School, Chicago. Home, 745 Rush Sr . , Fort Dearborn Station, Chicago. I l l . Clifford D. Mesford, n ight watchman. Astoria, Ore. \Villiam 1\. Pflueger. bookkeeper. S w i ft a nd Co. , Taco ma. Home, Parkland, 'Nash. Paul K. Preus. teacher. high school, Bremerton. Home, Parkland. \Vash. Donald J. Reid. Philip R. Kloeppel Service Station, 6th Ave. and So. Sprague. Tacoma. Home, 1 1 1 4 So. 3 rd St., Tacoma. Wash. Dalores E . Roe, Sandpo int. Idaho. Willis R . Smith, 1 6 40 Kalakawa Ave., Honolulu. Hawa ii. 1934 Olive Boe (Mrs. Edgar R . Haley) . R . F . D . 7 . Box 8 2 8 . Tacoma. Wash. Ray B. Hinderlie, teacher, Central V alley School, R. F. D. 1 . Poulsbo. Home. R. F. D. 3, Box 84 1 , Tacoma. Wash. George L. Janssen. salesman, Janssen Apparel Shop. 5 44 5 So. Tacoma Way, Tacoma, \Vash. Harvey W. Johnson, mechanic. 8 8 0 2 So. Park Ave . , Tacoma. Wash. Liyod W. Kraetch. clerk, Montgomery Ward \'1 Co .. Astoria, Ore. F.onald L Mart in. Hormel and Co . . Seattle. Wash. Mildred A. Monson, 4 0 5 2 McKinley Ave., Tacoma. Wash. Robert M. Monson. teacber. Selah. \Vasb. Henry B. Olso n . clerk. Camp Murray Commissary. Fort Lewis. Home, Parkland, Wash. Rolf B. Preus. mining engineering student, University of Minnesota, Minneapol is. Home. 2 4 2 1 Columbus Ave .. M inneapolis. M i n n . Harriet 1\ . Scbneider (Mrs. F r a n k Elliott) , Grandview, Wasb. O. John St uen. Naval A i r Station, Miami. Fla. 1 93 5 Orlando C . Asper. student. Pacific L u tberan College. Home. Woodburn, Ore. Verner \V. Bitter. gov't employee, Taco ma. Home, 4 1 8 Ea. Division Lane. Tacoma. Wash. F l izabeth M. Dabl, teacher. Fife school. R. F. D. 2. Tacoma. Home. Parkland. Wash. Orwoll F. Dahl. student. Pacific Luthern College. Home. Parkland. Wash. Melba l. Fenney (Mrs. Obert J. Sovde) . teacber. Glencove school, Star Route, Gig Harbor. Wasb. Harry E. Gribbohm, No. 2 2 0 9 Monroe St .. Spokane, Wash. V irgi n ia Lou Harris (Mrs. Clarence Winblade) , Box 9 4 8 , Tacoma. Wash. Pau l V. Larson, teacher. Parkland. Home, Parkland, Wash.


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Mrs. AIda Pairlce Nash. R. F D . 1 . Box 2 5 4 - 8 . Oswego. Ore. Norma Preus (Mrs. J. Stanley Dahl ) . R . F. D. 3. Everett. Wash. Leslie M . Potter. 4 5 0 1 S o . M S t . . Tacoma. Wash. T. Lloyd Thompson. Wheeler-Osgood Sales Corp .. Tacoma. Home. R. F. D. 3 . Box 5 1 2 . Tacoma, Wash. 1 936 Alice I . Boe. teacher. Onalaska. Home, R . F. D. 3 , Box 8 4 1 . Tacoma. Wash. Ferdinand H . Bondy. loftsman helper. Todd Shipyards. Seattle. Home. 4 1 0 2 Eastern Ave .. Seattle. Wash. M. V i rginia Davis. B. A .. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. Ernest J . Haugen. clerk, Box 1 6 6 , Petersburg. Alaska. Home. R. F . D. 2 , Pou lsbo. Wash. Ralph W. Hutchison, Capital Coil and Equ ipment Co .. 1 0 0 7 Center S t . . Tacoma. Home, 204 So. Tacoma Ave . . Tacoma. Wash. George P . Knu dtson. Parkland L ig h t and Water Co . . Parkland. Wash. Gunhild N. Larson, Parkland, Wash. Charles R. Leask. Blue Rustic. Parkland. \Vash. Alvin C. L ehmann. student. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. Agnes N . Lu nde, Parkland, Wash. Harry L. McCormick. deceased. Tacoma. Wash. H. Gerhardt Pflueger. theological student. Capital University. Col umbus. Ohio. Home. Parkland. Wash. Frederika G. Schlanbusch. Oakwood Dairy, R . F. D. 2. Tacoma. Home. R. F. D. 7 , Box 7 3 0 . Tacoma. Wash. M. Elizabeth Stuen. teacher. Elbe. Home, Parkland, Wash. Bergliot M. Svare (Mrs. Charles Parrott ) . Parkland, Wash. Betty Terry ( Mrs. Stephen J. Soltis) . 3 2 1 5 Pacific Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Esmeralda O. Torvend, 3 0 3 8 Fulto n St., Berkeley, Calif. 1 937 Margit Arvesen. 6 1 2 9 So. Park Ave . . Tacoma, Wash . B. Josephine Gjarde (Mrs. Richard D. Seymour) . Bainbridge Island. Home. 3 3 7 No. 1 8 th, Seattle. Wash. Clifford A . Haugen. art ist and actor. Seattle. Home. R. F. D. 2 , Poulsbo. Wash. Edith H. Miller. 3 8 9 W. 6 t h St., E u gene, Ore. Orville R. Schlanbusch. Buffelcn L u m ber and Manufacturing Co .. Tacoma. Home, R. F . D. 7 . Box 7 3 0 . Tacoma. Wash. Earl M. Sm ith, Wheeler-Osgood Sales Corp . , Tacoma. Home. 6 6 4 8 }). So. Puget Sound Ave .. Tacoma . Wash. Bernice M. Thompson (Mrs. Clarence Niemi) , Astoria. Ore. S. Octavius Thorlak.sson. 1 0 0 San Marcos St .. San Francisco. Calif. Gertrude B . Tingelstad. B. A . , L u ther College, Decorah. Iowa. Home. Parkland. Wash. O . Paul Xavier. hotel employee. Ju neau. Alaska. Home. Parkland. Wash. 1 938 Barbara E . Allen (Mrs. Thomas H . Brown) . Cheyenne. Wy oming. John O. Erickson. farmer. Poulsbo. Wash. J u l i a V. Johnson, Firesteel. So. Oak. Else M . Kristensen. student nurse. Providence Hospita l , Seattle. Alice M . Ramstad (Mrs. J. Neil Reed) . Parkland. Wash. S. Orville S toraasli. \Vest Coast Grocery Co . . Tacoma. Home. Pa rk.land. Wash. Robert O. Svare, instructor. Hannes Schneider Ski School. North Conwa y. N . H. Home. Parkland. Wash. N . Erik Thorlaksso n . 1 0 0 San Marcos S t . , San Francisco. Calif. John B. Wall. aviator. Woodland, Wash. 1 939 Bette-Jo Forster. student. Olivet College. Olivet, Mich. Home. Malta. Mont. Stella L . Foss, 8 3 5 3 3 2 nd Ave. N. W .. Seattle. Wash. Theodore O. Henningsen. student. Oregon State College. Corvallis. Ore. Home. R. F. D. 1 . Box 8 9 1 . Astoria. Ore.


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Merle R . Pflueger. student. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. Raymond E. Pflueger. student. Pacific Lu theran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. William K. RamHad. student. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. George A . Sloodkovsky. student. University of Washington. Seattle. Home. 1 7 2 3 1 2 th. Seattle. Wash. Marcus R. Stuen. student. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. Arlene G. Taylor. student nurse. Providence Hospital. Seattle. Home. Glasgow. Mont. Leland E. Wall. student. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. 4 9 0 9 N. E. 1 0th. Portland. Ore. 1 94 0 Joseph A . Denn. student. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. 3 8 2 0 No. Adams. Tacoma. Wash. Avis S . Hovland. student. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. Parkland. \Vash. Rosalie I . Jensen. clerk. Parkland Mercantile Co. Home. Parkland. Wash. Claire R . Leask. student. Business College. Tacoma. Wash. Home. Metlakatla. Alaska. May E. Pellett. R. F . D. 3. Box 2 5 1 . Tacoma. Wash. Priscilla Preus. student. Pacific Lu theran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. Eugene A . SnYder. student. Pacific Lu theran College. Home. R . F D . 7. Box 5 6 7 . Tacoma. \Vash. Gerhart T. Svare. student. Pacific L utheran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. Barbara R . Xavier. student. Pacific L utheran College. Home. Parkland. Wash. Candidates for Graduatio n- I 9 4 1 Verna Louise Anderson. R. F. D. 3 . Box 2 5 3 - A . Tacoma. Wash. George Leonard Davis. Parkland. \Vash . Jane Caroline Himes. R. F. D. 1 . Box 3 3 . Sumner. Wash . Calvin Wayne Johnson. 4 3 2 0 No. 1 2 . Tacoma. Wash. Iver Constantine Johnson. Parkland. Wash. Hortense Mackie. 3 0 6 W. 6th. Aberdeen. Wash. Fred Scott Miller. 6 1 1 Polk St.. Port Townsend. Wash. Emma Marie Thoren. L u theran Home. Puyallup. Wash. SHORTER BUSINESS COURSE 1 92 1 Agnes Glasso (Mrs. Carl T. L indgren) . operator. Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co .. Tacoma. Home. Parkland. Wash. Olga J . Hauke (Mrs. Joe Henningse n ) . 2 5 8 2 3 rd St Astoria. Ore. Julia P. Johnson (Mrs. O. M. Sorenson ) . Poulsbo. Wash. Olga C Roe (Mrs. R. L . Hagerson ) . R . F. D . 7 . Box B 3 9 0 - C. Parkland. Wash. Goldie Starks ( M rs. Moore ) . Everett. \Vash. 1 922 Arthur Anderson. farmer. Aurora. Ore. Thorsten J. Anderson. farmer. Aurora. Ore. Barbara A . Boe (Mrs. L. A . McIntosh ) . 7 7 3 8 1 0 th Ave. N. W Seattle. Wash. Sonva Fadness. deceased. Parkland. Wash. Gertrude Holdal (Mrs. C Adams) . Tacoma. Wash. Harold Knutzen. farmer. Everson. Wash. Henry Knutzen. deceased. Burlington. Wash. Albert Thompson. cook. L utheran Home. Puyallup. Home. Parkland. Wash. 1 92 3 Mabel Buli. music teacher. East Stanwood. Wash. Oscar Cronquist. deceased. Tacoma. Wash. Amelia Eik (Mrs. Karl Arnet ) . Tofino. B . C. Canada. Arnt Oyen. teacher. high school. Poulsbo. Wash. 1 924 Oswald Ebbeson. Matsqui. B . C . Canada. Helga Hanson ( M rs. M. R. Torv ik ) . 7 0 I S 3 2 nd St. N. W Seattle. Wash. Birger C Nelson. salesman. 7 1 4 Pike St.. Seattle. Home. 6 4 7 W. 7 6 th St Seattle. Wash. .•

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Irvin \V. L a n e . insurance sales m a n , Boise, I daho. Bertha Lero, deceased, Petersburg, Alaska. 1 9 24 Lulu Goplerud ( Mrs. Harry Sannerud ) , Brooks-Scanlon Camp No. 2 , Bend. Ore . M a r i e Ordal, teacher, high school, Belli ngha m , Home, 6 1 9 1 2 th S t . , Bellingham, Wash. Al fred G . Sa muelso n , deceased, Shelton, \Vash . 1 9 25 George Cooper, attorney, U , S . Dept. of Agriculture. Home, 1 6 3 6 N o , \Voodstock, Arlington, V a . E r na Heimdahl, graduate nurse, Base Hospital, Anchorage, Alaska. Pa l m a M . Heimdahl ( Mrs. Carl M, Johnson ) , Anchorage. Alaska. Burton D. Kreidler. principal, Woodland School, R . F . D. 3, Puyallup. Home, Parkland, Wash. Ruth Matson, teacher. junior high school, Kelso. Home, R . F . D. I , Box 3 8 , East Stanwood, Wash. 1 926 P, lfred E . Anders o n , salesman, \Vashinglon Hardware C o . , Tacoma. Home, R . F. D. 5 , Box 6 6 5 , Taco m a , Wash. R u th E. B u l i ( M rs. Gerhard Haakenson ) , R. F . D. 7 , B o x 3 9 8 , Tacoma, \Vash. R u th Fadness ( M rs . Hans Thorson) , Anchorage, Alaska. S ydney M . Glasso, Parkland, \Vash. Bert Krangnes, teacher, high school, Centerville. Home, R. F , D. 3 , Box 1 6 5 , M t . Vernon, \Vash , Myron B. Kreidler, project tech nician, Seattle. Home, Pa rkland, \Vash . 1 927 Alvar J . Beck, teacher, Highline High School, R . F . D, 7 , Seattle. Home, R . F . D. 8 , B o x 9 5 5 -J , Seattle, Wash. M a rguerite Folco (Mrs. Nelson R . Hong ) , 8 0 6 No. Adams S t . . Tacoma, Wash. Leola Hagen ( Mrs. S ydney Glasso ) , bookkeeper, Southern Cal i fornia Gas C o . , Beverly Hills. H o m e , 1 7 3 2 No. Gower, Beverly H i l l s , Calif. Henry Kiel, teacher, high school, Port Angeles. Home, 1 1 3 E a . 1 3 th S t . , Port Angeles, \Vash. Arthur J . K n u tzen, clergyman, Gig Harbor. \Vash . Palma L a nglo, Dep u t y County Recorder, Santa Barbara . Home, 2 0 8 W . Arrellaga S t . , S a n t a Barbara, Calif. Arnt Oyen. teacher, high school, Poulsbo, \Vash. Agnes \Vierson ( M rs . Theodore H . Eggen ) , R . F . D . 1 . Box 8 3 , Hemet, Ca l i f . 1 92 5 \Valter H . Christensen, princip a l , j u n ior high school, Astoria, Ore. I ngwal Fedt, deceased, Pearson, Wash. L a u rence M. Hauge, represen tative, Oregon Employers Credit Association, Portland. Horne, 3 9 3 0 N. E. 7 6 th St" Portland, Ore . Louise Henriksen (Mrs. H. E. Ellingson) , Decorah, I o w a . H. Gladys Jorgenson ( M r s , O l a f Ordal ) , South B e n d , Wash. Sverre OmdaL teacher, high school, Sedro Woolley. Home, 6 3 3 J a meson A v e . , Sedro Woolley, Wash. Arling S a n nerud, teacher, Pacific L u theran College. Home, Parkland, \Vash. Evelyn Sneve ( M rs. Lee Templ i n ) , Granger. \Vash . Esther A. Towe ( M r s . Kelcie C. Grish a m ) , Silverton, Ore " and San Diego, Calif. 1 929 Evans J . Culson , teacher, j u nior high school. S u mner, \Vash .


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Peter J . Flotr. A. B. Seaman, Richfield Oil Compa n y tanker. Home, 3 2 1 1 st S t . , Wilmington, Calif. Raymond e. Hoff. farmer, Lawrence, Wash. Erling T. Jacobson, principa l , high school, Stanwood, \Vash. L yell e. Kreidler, principal. Kapows in. Home, R. F . D. 5, Tacoma, \Vash. M . F ranklin Lacy, salesman, 1 2 1 1 So. J St., Tacoma, Wash. Gerhard A. Lane, clergyman, 1 6 Gov ' t Center, Baguio. Philippine Islands. Olaf G . Ordal. teacher, high school, Sout h Bend, Wash. John \Viese. newspaper reporter, Seattle. Wash.

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1 93 0 A . Stanley Berentson, teacher, Edmonds. Home, Ana cortes, \Vash. S i g u rd Bjelde, factory worker, Camas, Wash. Carl E. Coltom, principal, S panaway, Wash. Irene A. Dahl (Mrs. Olai Hageness) , R. F . D . 2. Box 1 1 4 -A. Tacoma, Wash. I nga M. Goplerud, teacher, Meeker School, Puyallup. Home. S ilverton, Ore. John e. Goplerud, certified p u b l ic accountant, 5 0 3 7 Y, Rosewood St . . Los Angeles, Calif. Elvera H . Hokenstad (Mrs. Edgar D . Stel l) , Bremerton, \Vash. J. Reynold Jacobson. 3 3 1 1 W. 7 1 st St . . Seattle, Wash. George Lane, labor u n io n representative, Arcade Bldg . , Seattle. Home, 1 5 1 6 1 0 th Ave. W . . Seattle, Wash. e. Arthur Olsen, clergyman, Chokio, M i n n . W a r n e r R . Q u a l e , statistic i a n , \Vorkmen ' s Compensation B u reau, Bismarck. Home, 9 1 5 1 6th S t . , Bismarck, No. Oa k. Evelyn G. S ol u m (Mrs. Bernard Gaffey ) . sta tistician, Oregon State Employment Service. Salem. Home, 1 8 4 0 Ferry, Salem, Ore. Palmer O. Storlie, fireman, 6 6 3 7 Oakes St., Tacoma, Wash. H u gh 1\ . Tallent. engineer. U. S . Engineering Dep t . , Central Building, Seattle, Wash.

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Herman E . Anderson, Washington Hardware Co. Home, 2 5 0 2 No . J u nett S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Al fred N. Hauge, deceased, Bellingham, Wash. Stella B. Johnson. Bow. Wash. e. Berdine K n utsen ( Mrs. Jess Klase y ) . Morton. \Vash . Millard C. Quale. teacher. Yelm. Wash. Magda E. Sivertson (Mrs. Samuel Lipoma) . 5 1 8 9th Ave. S . E .. Puyallup. Wash. Stella M . Sorboe ( M rs. George W. Mills ) . Newport. Wash. Carroll S . Svare. M . e. Reg. S ur g eo n , 5 3 rd Infantt)'. Fort Ord, Cal if. Home. 9 4 6 N. 1 0 3 rd. Seattle. Wash.

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Theodore U . E vjenth. 1 6 3 4 Hayes S t . . San Francisco, Ca l i f . E ric A . Ha uke. U n ion Oil Co., Vancouver. Home. 3 1 6 W. 2 6 th S t . . Vancouver. Wash. Grace M . Holte (Mrs. Emil Olson ) . R . F . D. 1 . Bow. Wash. John N. J . Hopp. clergyman. Kellogg. Idaho . Ruth E. Howard Hickman. 2 1 8 1 N. W. Glisan. Portbnd, Ore. William R . K n u tzen. farmer, R. F. D . 2 . Box 1 6 0. B u rlington. \Vash. J . Clifford Krogh. 1 6 2 4 So. Cedar. Spokane. Wash. Frederick H . Mau, clergyman. R. R. I . Walkerton. Ont . . Canada. Tadashi Miyazaki. Secretary to Vice-Minister, Dept. of Overseas Affairs, Tokyo. Japan. L u ther J . Moen. farmer. B igfork, Mont. Bertram M. Oien. miner, Fern Mine. \Va s i l l a , Alaska. K. Margaret Olson, Selkirk. Man .. Canada. Margaret H . Pora t h, 2 8 3 7 No. Farragut, Portland, Ore. Robert Reid. Tacoma Public U t i lities. Home, 8 0 1 No. Yakima A v e . , Tacoma, Wash. Lou ise A. Schneider (Mrs. Richard Kiesecker) , Riverside, Wash.


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1 933 Alice J . Alvnes. teacher. South Bend. Wash. Nordis L. Arneson. teacher. Lake Forest Park School. R. F. D. 6. Seattle. Home. Maplewood. Ore. John G. Fadness. teacher. high school. Ridgefield. Home. Ridgefield. Wash. Carroll J. Jacobson. dentist. Arlingto n . Wash. Elmer L. Knutzen. truck driver. B u rlington. Wash. Mildred B. Lee. Silverton. Ore. E. Ray Lerback. Astoria. Ore. Kathleen E. Porath (Mrs. Richard E. Paul. Jr. ) . R . F. D. 8. Box 2 0 1 5 . Port­ land. Ore. Mary Louise Preus. graduate nurse. Tacoma General Hospital. Home. Parkland. Wash. lens O. N. Riksheim. deceased. Los Angeles. Calif. Clarence W. Roen. chemist. 1 4 3 8 8 7th Ave .. Oakland. Calif. Trygve O. Runsvold. 7 1 7 1 2 th Ave. No Fargo. No. Dak. Stanley A . Score. Redmond. Ore. Gilbert A. Sydow. clergyman. Withrow. Wash. Walter A. Ustad. truck driver. 3 8 25 5 th Ave. N. E .. Seattle. Wash. Norman L. Westling. teacher. Harrah. Wash. Home. Box 1 5 5 . Port Chicago. Calif. William H. Whalen. principa l . Riverside School. Milan. Wash. John E. Zackrison. Great Northern Railway. Seattle. Wash. 1 9 34 Theodore R . Cronquist. 2 2 3 0 34th Ave Oakland. Calif. Frank \V. Elliott. merchant. Grandview. \Vash. Daniel T. Flotre. deceased. Parkland. Wash. Jean-Marie Fowler (Mrs. Joseph Fenander) . 5 0 2 6 N. E. Mallory Ave .. Port­ land. Ore. Pearl N. Homme (Mrs. David Rosenau) . 6 0 5 2nd Ave. W .. Kalispell. Mont. Myrven A . Lane. student. Northwestern Medical School. Chicago. Home. 745 Rush St . . Fort Dearborn Station. Chicago. Ill. Mrs. Takai Miyazaki. teacher. Kyoritsu Ladies' College. Tokyo. Japan. Hazel O. Monsen ( Mrs. R. H. \Vallace ) . 1 40 9 7th Ave .. San Francisco. Calif. Evelyn M. Monson. teacher. Mossyrock. Home. 4 0 5 2 McKinley Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Wilma J. O'Brion (Mrs. Emory Whitaker) . R. F. D. 3 . Box 3 5 5 . Tacoma. Wash. Alice L. Peterson ( M rs. \Vm . S. Hayward ) ' 4 5 3 5 7 th Ave. N E .. Seattle. \Vash. Jesse P. Pflueger. Jr .. teacher. Poulsbo. Home. Parkland. Wash. Irene B. Shafland. teacher. high school. Slayton. Minn. Home. Roland. Iowa. Leonard C. Wesson. 2nd L ieut.. U . S. Navy. Home. 4 8 3 2 E . C St.. Tacoma. Wash. Margaret J. \Vesson. assistant educ. director. Swedish Hospital. Seattle. Home. 4 8 3 2 Ea. C St . . Tacoma. Wash. William E . Zier. Camp Murray. Home. Davenport. Wash. 1 93 5 Arnold T . Anderson. teacher. junior high school. Wenatchee. Home. 9 2 1 Orondo St.. \Venatchee. Wash. B. Eldon Anderson. chemist. Rayonier Inc .. Tacoma. Home. 1 3 0 9 So. I St.. Tacoma. Wash. Eugene J. Burgoyne. chemist. Rayonier Pulp Co. . Inc.. Shelton. Home. 8 1 0 Elinor. Shelton. Wash. Thelma G. Daniels. teacher. Parkland. Home. Parkland. \Vash. Harold M. Dempster. Seattle Light Dept. Home. R. F. D. 3. Box 1 2 1 . Seattle. Wash. Osten A. El iasen. 1 1 74 Franklin Ave Seattle. Wash. Amy E. Gilbert (Mrs. Floyd Knutzen) . B urlington. Wash. Marvin W. Hansen. R. F. D. 7 . Box 4 6 6 . Tacoma. Wash. Joseph G. Hanson. Columbia Powder Co .. Frederickson. Home. Parkland. Wash. .•

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S h o i n Haseg a w a , Japan. Rhoda M . Hokenstad, teacher and assist. dean o f women , Pacific L u theran College. Home, S nohomish, Wash. Herbert L. Hopp, clergyman, R. F. D. 2, Box 5 5 , Crestline, Ohio. Karen P. Hvidding, Canby, Ore. Paul G. Hvidding, Canby, Ore. Harold C. Johansen, principal, S ilvana. Home, Lawrence, Wash. Anne Johnso n , Albee Hotel, South Bend, Wash. Thomas A . Moe. chemist, Puget Sound Po wer ďż˝ L ight Co . , Seattle. Home, 2 3 4 6 K S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Bertrum O. Myhre, teacher, Grant School , Tacoma. Home, R t . 5 , Box 6 7 9 , U n iversity Place, Tacoma, Wash. M ilton L. Nesv ig, student, L u ther Theological Seminary, St. Paul, Minn. Home, 1 5 0 V alley St., Seattle, Wash. Herbert S. Norgaard, mill worker, 1 5 0 9 24th S t . . Everett, Wash. \Vi l li a m A. Pflueger, bookkeeper, S w i ft and C o . , Tacoma. Home, Parkland, Wash. Paul K . Preus, teacher, high school, Bremerton. Home, Parkland, \Vash. Rolf B. Pre us, m i n i n g engineering student, University of Min nesota, M i nneapolis. Home, 2 4 2 1 Colu m b us A v e . . Minneapolis, M i n n . L loyd D . R o t i , studen t , Presbyterian Sem inary, Dallas, Texas. Home, 1 5 1 2 S o . 5 th S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Rolan d H. Swanson, student, Augustana Theological Sem inary, Rock Island, I l l . H o m e , 4 0 5 No. 4 8 t h S t . , Seattle, Wash. Ida M. Thompson (Mrs. Harold Dempster) , R. F. D. 3, Box 1 2 1 , Seattle, Wash. 1 93 6 J . Alvfinn Arne, chemist. Taco m a . Home. R . F . D. 7 , Box 4 1 1 , Tacoma, Wash. Rolph A. Bolstad, teacher, high school, Fisher, M i n n . Home, Box 8 1 0 , Everett, Wash. Delbert M. Bresem a n n , assistant park manager, Box 3 7 . Spana w a y , Wash. Hedvig E . Dahle (Mrs. Arthur Matson ) , 4 8 2 0 So. C St., Tacoma, Wash. Clyde J . Grimstvedt, student, L uther Theolog ical Semi nary, St. P a u l , Minn. H o m e , 1 4 0 7 S o . Da k . Ave . . Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Arthur O . Haavik. student. Pacific L u theran College. Home, 2 0 0 6 \V . 6 5 th S t . , Seattle, \Vash. Jasper H . Johnson, teacher, Mansfield, \Va sh. V ern D. Knutzen, derk, Knutzen Bros. General Store, Burlington, \Vash. Ivan La rsen , teacher, L incoln High School. Tacoma. Home, 4 3 2 6 So. J S t . , Tacoma, \\Tash. Evelyn McCullough, teacher, high school, Mon tesano. Home, R. F . D . 3, Box 4 2 4 , Tacoma, Wash. M i ldred A . Monson, 4 0 5 2 McKinley Ave . , Tacoma, Wash. Teresa H. Sells (Mrs. Chas. King) , 3 1 4 0 Pac i f i c Way, L o ngview, Wash. O. John Stuen, Naval Air Station, M i a m i , Fla. Fred J . S u tter, teacher, Rochester. Home, R . F . D . 3 , B o x 7 0 0 , Tacoma, \Vash. Sena M. S wanso n , 4 9 2 3 8 6th P I . , Portland, Orc. Roberta M. Torrison (Mrs. James L a w rence) , 4 1 2 ;1, East B , Ya k i m a , Wash. 1 937 Kenneth D . Anenson, actor, 1 9 2 1 Whitley A v e . , Hollywood, Cal i f . Home. B u r _ l ington, \Vash. Orlando C. Asper, student, Pacific Lu theran Col lege. Home, Wood b u r n , Ore. Verner \V. B i t ter, gov ' t employee, Taco m a . Home, 4 1 8 Ea. Division Lane, Tacoma. \Vash. V ivian E . Buness (Mrs. Raymond Reid ) , S ilverto n , Ore. Obert J . Haavik, graduate student, University o f \Vashin gton, Seattle. Home, 2 0 0 6 W . 6 5 th S t . . Seattle, Wash. \Varren R. Hokenstad, U. S . Dept. of Agriculture, Pullma n , \Vash. Home, S n o homish, Wash.


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Harold Johnson. graduate student. University of Washington. Seattle. Home, 1 6 6 6 So. 42nd St . . Tacoma. Wash. Barbara A. Kline, 6 7 0 9 So. Tyler S t . . Tacoma. \Vash. George O . Kline. student. University o f Washington. Seattle. Home. 6 7 0 9 S o . Tyler St . . Tacoma. \Vash. Mildred L . Larsen. library clerk. Jordan High School. Long Beach. Home. 3 5 9 \V. Sierra Madre Blvd . . S i erra Madre. Calif. Beatrice T. Leland. desk clerk. S . H. Kress and Co .. Tacoma. Home. R . F . D . 5 . Box 5 6 5 . Tacoma. Wash. Peter M . L o ndahl. B . A .. Pacific L u theran College ; princ i p a l . Factoria. Home. I I I C S t . N. W .. Auburn. Wash. Ed ward J . Machle. studen t . Presbyterian Theological Seminary. San Anselmo. Calif. Home. 5 5 0 6 S o . G St . . Tacoma, Wash. J. Robert Moe. student. School o f Dentistry. North Pacific College o f Oregon. Portland. Home. R. F . D . 3. Silverton. Ore. Home. 4 1 8 So. 5 4 th Jack \V . OdeI'. studen t , U n iversity o f Washington. Seattle. St .. Tacoma. \Vash . Henry B. Olson. clerk. Camp M u r ra )' Comm issary. Fort Le wis. Home. Parkland. Wash. Henrietta E. O ¡ Neill. teacher. Lacey. Home, R. F . D. 2. Winlock. \Vash. Oak T . Olness. teacher. Yel m . \Vash . Home, Petersb urg. Alaska. Margaret E . Pearson. teacher. Wiley City School. Yakima. Home. R. F . D. 4 . Yakima. Wash. Alvin H . Rogen. student. L u ther Theological Sem inary. St. Pa u l . Minn. Home. Wood b u r n , Ore. George H . Rustad, clergy man. 1 3 2 7 Cottonwood S t .. Grand Forks, N o . Da k. \Valter C . Schnackenberg. 32 E a . 2 6 th St .. Spobne. \Vash . E ugenia C. Spencer ( Mrs. Howard Kvinsland ) . R. F. D. 2. Port Orchard. \Vash . Alma M. Stolee. secretary to the president. Pacific Lutheran College. Home, R . F . D. 4 . B o x 1 4 8 -D. Vancouver. Wash. T. Lloyd Thompson. \Vheeler-Osgood Sales Corp . . Tacoma. Home. R . F . D. 3 . B o x 5 1 2 . Tacoma. Wash. Johan B. Wenberg. graduate student. University o f \Vashington, Seattle. Home. East Stanwood. \Vash. Stanley W . Young, 2 0 6 Meridian St . . PuyallUp, Wash. 1 93 8 \Voodrow W. Arneson. Bremerton Navy Yard. Home. Gig Harbor, \Vash. Clifton L. Bruland, B . A .. L u ther College. Decorah. Iowa. Home. 2 3 2 2 N. E . Clackamas S t . . Portland, Ore. l'vlrs. L inka Preus DeBerry. secretary to the dean and registrar. Pacific Lutheran College. Home. Parkland. \Vash. Paul O . M. Fosso. B . A . , St. Olaf College. Northfield. Minn. Home. 1 0 1 8 2 0 th Anacortes. \Vash. Arnold G . Johanson. 2 5 0 7 Inter Ave. S . E., Puyallup, Wash. Walter C . Johnson. farmer. Almira. Wash. Barbara J. Kramer. clerk . Rhodes Dept . Store. Tacoma. Home. Almira . Wash. Corinne S. Malmin ( M rs . James Sande) . 7 7 2 4 2 nd N. E .. Seattle. Wash. I. Mabel Morris. 2 1 5 2nd Ave. S . W .. PuyallUp. Wash. Ruth E. Morriso n , bookkeeper, Sears Roebuck � Co. Home. 9 1 4 S o . 1 3 th , Tacoma. \Vash . E rv i n L. Owen, studen t , University of Washington, Seattle. Home. Pendleton. Ore. Henry Gerhardt Pflueger. theological student. Capital University. Columbus, O h i o . H o m e . P .lt k l a n d . \Vash. Marvin J . Ramstad. mining engineering student . University o f Washington. Seattle. Home. 1 4 0 0 4 1 9 th Ave. N. E .. Seattle. Wash. M . E l izabeth Stuen. teacher, Elbe. Home. Parkland. Wash. Bergliot M. Svare ( M rs. Charles R. Parrot t ) . Pa rkland. \Vash. Roland G. Wuest. Wartburg Theological Seminary, Dubuque. Iowa. Home. 7 1 4 Jefferson S t. . Oregon City. Ore.


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1 93 9 Borghild M . Arne ( M rs. Charles F . Totten ) , R . F . D . 1 . Roy, Wash . Mary L. Bergman. B. A .. St. Olaf College, Northfield. M i n n . Home, R. F. D. I , B o x 1 0 5 , Burlington, Wash. Daniel Bergsagel, Poulsbo, Wash. S. Luther Boe, student, State College of Washington, Pullman. Home. Battle足 ground, Wash. Josephine A. Demers, student, State College o f Washington , P u l l m a n . Home, 2 2 1 S o . 9 6 th St . . Tacoma, Wash. E l eanor O. Engl und, stenographer, 1 6 1 5 Rockefeller, Everett, Wash. J a c k \V . Green l a w . R. F. D. 2, Box 4 0 6 , Taco m a , Wash. Marguerite A. Hansen, B . A .. St. Olaf College, Northfield, M i n n . Home. R. F. D. 2, Box 4 0 6 , Kent, Wash. E d w i n Q . Hurd. student, Pacif i c L u thuan College. Home, 3 5 1 5 G u nnison, Tacoma, \Vash. Evelyn L. Johnson, student, business college, Tacoma . Hom e , 2 0 6 E. Pi oneer, P u y a l l U p , Wash. Leola H. Johnso n , student nurse, Tacoma General Hospital, Tacoma. Home, Firesteel. So. Dak. E r l i n g B. F. Jurgensen, farmer, Wilbur, Wash. f\l fred ,'vl . Karlstad, B . A .. S t . Ola f College, Northfield, M i n n . Home, Parkland, \Vash. Thor W . L a rsen, student, U n i v ersity o f \Vashington, Seattle. Home, Box 1 3 44 Ketch ikan. Alaska. A n n a A . Lovejoy ( M rs. Tveter ) , 5 0 2 2 No. 2 6 th , Tacoma, Wash. Zilla F. Miller, 4 0 5 9 McKinley A v e . , Tacoma. Wash. Rudolph J . Moller, student, U n iversity of \Vashington, Seattle. Home. Gig Harbor, Wash. Gerhard O . Reitz , studen t , \Va rtburg College, \Vaverly. Iowa. Home. Fairfield, Wash. Lois F. S m ith, student. State College o f Washington, Pullma n . Home, 4 0 7 So. 5 7 th S t . , Tacoma, \Vash. Gertrude B . Tingelstad, B. A., Luther College. Decorah, Iowa. Home. Parkland, Wash. Richard E . Wiesner. student, College of Puget Sound, Tacoma. Home , 6044 So. Puger Sound Ave . , Tacoma, Wash. 1 94 0 Richa rd J . Bennett, aviator, R . F . D . I , Spana way, Wash. Ja mes L . Frederic k son, s t u dent, \Vashington State College, Pullman. Home, R . F . D . 2 , B o x 2 7 , P u y a l l u p . Wash. Arthur J. Herstad, student, University of \Vashingto n , Seattle. Home. Burton, Wash. Jean C . H u ber, student. Pacific Lutheran College. Home, 9 1 2 So. 9 2 nd, Taco m a , Wash. L y l e J. Jacobson, student. U niversity o f Oregon, Eugene. Home, 2 8 3 5 N . E . 2 9 Ave . . Port land, Ore. Helen V. Johnso n . student, Pacific L u theran College. Home, 6 9 0 6 N . Vancouver, Port l a n d , Ore. Lovd V . Johnson, Firesteel. So. D a k . M a'rvin O . L o f tness, student, Pacific L u theran College. Home, 4 2 0 So. 4 9 t h , Tacoma. Wash. Vernon L. M i ller. student. U n i versity of \Vashington, Seattle. Home , 2 6 3 9 Park Drive, Bellingham, Wash. Florence E . Pflueger. student. Un iversity o f Washi n gton, Seattle. Home, 3 7 5 6 A n geline S t . , Seattle, \Vash. Merle R. Pflueger. student, Pacific L u theran College. Home, Parkland, Wash. Patricia S . E . Roning, studen t , Pacific L u theran College. Home, 1 2 2 7 Water S t . , Ketchikan, A laska. S . Orville Storaasli. \Vest Coast Grocery Co . , Taco m a . Home, Parkla nd, Wash.


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Jack Byron \Vall. aviator. Woodland. \Vash . Joseph H. \Vherry .lieutenant. U. S. Army. Randolph Field. Texas. Home. 9 So. 9 th Ave .. Yakima. Wash. Candidates for Graduation- 1 94 1

John Perry Corliss. 7 0 2 Alder. Sumner. \Vash. Raymond Alvin Deetz. 3 7 1 9 N. E. 77th Ave .. Portland. Ore. Myrtle Josephine Fletcher. Box 3 3 . Winlock. Wash. \Villiam John Gammon. R. F. D. 3. Box 7 0 3 . Tacoma. Wash. Neil Jerome Julian Hoff. 5 05 No. L. Tacoma. Wash. Haakon Kirkebo. 2 9 0 2 No . Mason Ave . . Tacoma. \Vash. Robert Herman Lando. Petersburg. Alaska. Mary Ann Leque. Stanwood. \Vash. Ann Catharine Pyfer. R. F. D. 1 . Box 2 8 9 . PuyallUp. Wash. Marcus Rodway Stuen. Parkland. Wash. Robert Melvin Torve. 6 0 0 7 So. Park Ave .. Tacoma. \Vash. Betty Nadine Winter. R. F. D. 1 . Box 1 6 2. Yelm. Wash. Lillian Amorette Day (Mrs.

Normal Department 1 9 25 Harry Richards) . 9 6 1 9 1 926

Roosevelt Way. Seattle. Wash.

Nina E ide (Mrs. Burnett Thompson) . Orting. Wash. Martha Hjermstad (Mrs. Theodore Cederberg ) . Windsor Apts .. Everett. Wash. Signe Hjermstad. Anacortes. Wash. 1 9 27 Arleda Allen. B. A .. University of Washington ; teacher. Sherman School. Tacoma. Home. 1 1 0 5 No. 5 th. Tacoma. Wash. Gertrude Biehl. teacher. Joyce. Home. Milton. Wash. Dorothy B y e (Mrs. Harry Higgins) . 1 5 1 7 So. 5 I st St . . Tacoma. Wash. Alice Davie (Mrs. Archie Noble) . 2 3 1 Pultney St Geneva. N. Y . Dorothy Fowler (Mrs. J . L. Fi tts) . 4 1 04 N. Cheyenne St . . Tacoma. Wash. Mary E. Holmes (Mrs. W. A. Phillips) . R . F. D. 3. Tacoma. Wash. Christine Knutzen ( Mrs. Walter M. French) . Marysville. \Vash. Clarence Lund. principal. Collins School. R . F. D. 4 . Tacoma. Home R. F. D. 3 . Box 5 2 7 . Tacoma. Wash. Ruth Matson. teacher. junior high school. Kelso. Home. R. F. D. 1 . Box 3 8 . East Stanwood. Wash. Nina Oksness ( Mrs. John B. Johnson ) . Parkland. \Vash. Luetta Svinth ( Mrs. Henry Kiel) . 1 1 3 Ea. 1 3 th St.. Port Angeles. Wash. Esther Sydow (Mrs. John V iebrock) . Douglas. Wash. .•

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Hannah Anderson (Mrs. Adolph Fredrickson) . R . F . D . 1 . Burl ington. Wash. Mrs. Joyce Barkemeyer. Edmonds. Wash. Olga Benson. Bow. Wash. Mrs. Berenice Bu ttorff. teacher. Park Avenue School. Tacoma. Home. 3 6 24 So. J St Tacoma. Wash. Alyce Casperson. teacher. Home. \Valcott. No. Dak. Mrs. Jeanne P. Cowan. 2 1 3 7 So. M S t . . Tacoma. \Vash. Ruth Erickson (Mrs. Andrew Anderson) . Milton. Wash. Marie Espeseth ( Mrs. Laurence M. Hauge) . 3 9 3 0 N. E. 7 6th St . . Portland. Ore. Mae J. Fredrickson. teacher. Racine. Home. 1 1 3 0 David St.. Racine. Wis. Palma Johnson (Mrs. Charles F. Hammargren) . 1 6 th f.1 Wynard. Manette. Wash. Palma Langlo. deputy county recorder. Santa Barbara. Home. 2 0 8 \V. Arrellaga St.. Santa Barbara. Calif. Norris S. Langlow. principal. Port Gamble. \Vash. Anne M. Leland. teacher. University Place School. R. F. D. 5. Tacoma. Home. R . F. D. 5. Box 5 6 5 . Tacoma. Wash. Jerdis Nordang (Mrs. Orno Oliver) . Orting. Wash. Svea Opdal. teacher. L incoln School. R. F. D. I . Poulsbo. Home. R. F. D. I . Box 5 4 7 . Pon Orchard. Wash. .•


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GRADUATES

Mrs. Mabel Parks, teacher, Midway School, R. F. D, 1 , Gig Harbor. Home, R. F. D. I , Gig Harbor, Wash, Sophie Peterson, teacher, Burlington. Home, Bow, \Vash. Betsy Jane Porter (Mrs. Elden Kiler) , Port Ludlow, Wash. Blanche M. Rail, teacher, Korbel, Calif. Home, Alderpoint, Calif. Victoria Rasmussen (Mrs. Arling Sannerud) , Parkland, Wash. Stella L. S a muelson (Mrs. Kenneth Jacobs) , Parkland, Wash. Anna J . Thompson ( Mrs. Clarence Brashier ) , 1 0 8 5 No . State St Marysville, Wash. Dorothy H. Z i m merman (Mrs. Donald Graham) , 3 6 1 5 Ea. E St. , Tacoma, Wash. .•

1 929 Inez E . Arneson , teacher, G i g Harbor, \Vash . I n geborg B. Bolstad, teacher, Everett. Home. Box 8 1 0 , Everett, Wash. Warren C. Bowman, 40 I 6 McKinley A ve . , Tacoma, Wash. Martha L. Cline (Mrs. Lowell H. Bamford) , 1 0 1 0 E . 5 5 th S t Tacoma. Wash , I rene A. Diseth (Mrs. Charles C. Corbett ) , Coram, Mont. \Valter M. French, teacher, Shoultes School, Marysville. Home, 1 5 2 8 2nd St Marysville, Wash. Verna E . Gano (Mrs. Avery \V . Babcock) , instructor, art department, The Fisher Co .. Taco m a . Home. Annobee Apts .. 3 2 3 No I S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Marie Gardlin (Mrs. John Smith ) North Cove, Wash. Phyllis S . Grande (Mrs. Lee McManus) , Box 22. Mansfield. Wash , L elah Grass (Mrs. Robert Cooper) , Belfair, Wash. Dagmar Hageness (Mrs. V iggo C. Bertelsen) . 1 0 6 No . Grove S t .. Apt. F 6 , East Orange. N. J . Mrs. Opal B . Harvey. 4 3 2 1 Ea . G St., Tacoma, Wash. Marvin M. Howick, teacher. 1 3 1 4 Franklin, Olympia. Home, East Stanwood, Wash. Ethel E. J ohnson (Mrs. Edward Anderson ) . 1 1 1 7 No. 7th S t . , Tacoma, Wash. E l i o t L. M ichel s e n ( M rs. Odin E. Morken ) . 7 5 3 6 4 3 rd Ave. N. E . . Seattle, Wash. H. Irene More ( M rs. J . O. Fitts ) , teacher, Mansfield, Wash. Bertha C. Rod ( Mrs. Carl 1. E n gdahl ) , No. Wycoff, Bremerton, Wash. Rudolph M . Sanderson, teacher, Washington Junior High School, Olympia. Home, 1 4 2 1 Ea. 8 th Ave Olympia. Wash. Rena V. Strandberg (Mrs. F. A. Pellegrin i ) , 7 2 3 No. 6 0 th St., Seattle, Wash. Elna L. Trulson, teacher. Whitney Grade School, Anacortes. Home, An acortes, Wash. Helen M . \Vestby. teacher. Prosser. Home, Dupont, \Vash. O. L a delle Winney (Mrs. Howard E. Stahle) , 2 2 1 So. 5 7 th St., Tacoma, Wash. Mae E. Wohlmachcr (Mrs. Roy Kruse) , 2 2 8 So. 5 6 t h St .. Tacoma, Wash. .•

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1 930 Anna B . Aamodt (Mrs. Ole Stegen ) . Galata. Mont. Grace E . Card, teacher, Lake City School, R . F . D. I , Tacoma. Home, 2 5 1 0 No. 1 0 th S t . . Tacoma, Wash. George L . Cron q u ist. teacher, Federal Way School, R . F . D . 2. Auburn. Home, R.F.D. 2 , Fife. Tacoma, Wash. H. E ugenia Crosby ( Mrs. Jacob \Varden a a r , J r. ) , clerk, Oak Harbor Pharmacy, Oak Harbor. Wash. Edna S . Dagsland, teacher, Longview. \Vash . Home. R. F . D. I , Sandy, Ore. Dorothy M . Ebersole ( M rs . \Villi am Mitton ) , North P u yallUp, Wash. Edna B . Erb (Mrs. Geo. J . Fijalka ) , 9 1 0 So. 1 6 th S t .. Tacoma. Wash. Margaret Flint (Mrs. O. E . Ferguson ) , 4 8 4 7 So. Yakima Ave . , Tacoma, Wash. Leona A. Forsberg, nurse in training, Good Samaritan Hospital. Portland. Oregon. Home. 5 6 1 6 So. Oakes St., Tacoma, Wash. Miriam D. Heimdahl (Mrs. Ralph \y, Nelso n) , R. F. D. 3. Mt. Vernon, Wash. O. Margaret Holmberg (Mrs. Howard J . Welsh) . 1 3 04 So. L S t . , Tacoro a , Wash. Berger A. Jacobson. teacher, L incoln School, Bremerton . Home. 1 4 1 4 Henry Ave . , Bremerton, Wash.


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Christine Johnson (Mrs. Karl Stendal ) . c-o Augsburg Seminary. Minneapolis. Minn. Sena L. Johnson (Mrs. Lewis Strenge ) . R.F.D. 3. Box 1 04 . Kent. Wash. H. Gladys Jorgenson (Mrs. Olaf Ordal) . South Bend. Wash. S. Beanca Jorgenson (Mrs. Howard W. Nyman ) . 5 1 5 Thomas Sr. . Olympia. Wash. Emma J. Kaaland ( Mrs. John M. Johnson ) . proprietor. Co-Ed Beauty Shop. Parkland. Wash. Agnes H. Klippen (Mrs. Thomas J. Morris) . 1 1 04 H Sr.. Eureka. Calif. Ruby A. Loreen (Mrs. Daniel Hoines) . R. F. D. 2. Everson. Wash. Marjorie L. McGovern (Mrs. Frank Loran) . deceased. Tacoma. \Vash . Irene P. McCulloch ( M rs. Joseph C. Larin ) . Eatonville. Wash. Margo E. Manley (Mrs. Oswald B. Jacobson) . teacher. Spanaway. Home. 6 1 3 No. I St . . Tacoma. \Vash. Gerhard f\ . Molden . teacher. Lake City School. R. F. D . . Seattle. Home. 8 9 0 7 20th Ave. N. E .. Seattle. Wash. Martha A . Sizer. teacher. Ashford. Wash. Frida S. Tayet. teacher. Auburn. Home. 3 7 1 9 Ea. I S r . . Tacoma. Wash. Viola A. Taw (Mrs. Norman H. Elsner) . K l ickitat. Wash. Muriel E. Vetters (M rs. John G. Scholz ) . 8 3 1 3 0 th Ave. So .. Seattle. \Vash. Cora G. ViSla ( Mrs. Carroll S. Svare) . 9 4 6 N. 1 0 3 rd St .. Seattle. Wash. Fred Walter. deceased. Tacoma. Wash. Mrs. Florence L. Warren. Spokane. Wash. E. Glenda Waters ( M rs. Ernest E. Shaw ) . 6 0 8 So. 4 5 th St .. Tacoma. Wash. Mrs. Ella S. \Villiams. teacher. Edgerton School. R. F. D Eatonville. Home. 6 6 25 So. Fife Sr.. Tacoma. Wash. 1931 A nne J. Ayers. leacher. Federal \Vay School. R. F. D. 2 . Auburn. Home. R. F. D . 1 . B o x 2 2 2 . Spanaway. Wash. Mildred I . Berven. teacher. Frances. Home. 3 6 05 N. 2 7th St .. Tacoma. Wash. Ruth A. Brown (Mrs. Norman Hovland) . 2 1 3 3 Montgomery. Enumclaw. Wash. Mary E. Burke. stenographer. 4 1 5 Ea. 2 7 th St .. Tacoma. Wash. Mildred H. Card. teacher. Federal Way School. R. F. D. 2. Auburn . Home. 2 5 1 0 No. 1 0th Sr.. Tacoma. Wash. Evans J. Carlson. teacher. ju nior high school. Sumner. Wash. Morris E. Ford. principal. Parkland. \Vash. Cora S. Goplerud ( Mrs. Alvene Schierm an) . Tumwater. Wash. Alma M. Grande (Mrs. \Vm . V iebrock) . Douglas. Wash. Harold F. Gray. principal . M idland Junior High School. R. F. D. 4. Tacoma. Home. 5 44 2 So. Park Ave .. Tacoma. \Vash. Olai Hageness. principal. Fife Grade School. R. F. D. 2. Tacoma. Home. R. F. D. 2. Box 1 1 4_A. Tacoma. Wash. Ida A. Hinderlie (Mrs. Henry Berntson } . R.F.D. 7. Box 8 2 8 . Tacoma. Wash. Ruth A. Jacobson (Mrs. E. Hunnicutt ) . 2 6 1 7 Russell St . . Bellingham. \Vash. John M. Johnson. B. A. in Ed .. College of Puget Sound : principal. McKenna. Home. Parkland, \Vash. Sankey B . Johnson. principal. Poulsbo. Wash. Olga J. Keil ( M rs. Carl B. Williams) . 8 6 0 2 Ea. D St .. Tacoma. Wash. Alice G. King (Mrs. W. R. Kirk) . 4 1 0 So. 6 th. Corvallis. Ore. Leif C. Klippen. principal. Waller Road School. R. F. D. 2. Tacoma. Home. Parkland. \Vash. Viola M. Knudsen (Mrs. Carstien M. Knaplund) . Box 1 2 3 5 . Ketchikan. Alaska. Dorothy G. Lehmann ( M rs. A . F . Gratzer) . Parkland. \Vash. Mrs. Marion A. Meyer. Eatonville. Wash. Eva M. Nelson. teacher. Sultan. Home. R. F. D. 3. Box 3 0 1 . Tacoma. Wash. Ruth C. Norgaard. teacher. Everett. Home. 1 5 09 24th St .. Everett. Wash. Howard W. Nyman, teacher. Olympia. Home, 5 1 5 Thomas St .. Olymp ia. Wash. Evelyn D, Olsen ( Mrs. Alfred E. Anderson ) . R,F,D. 5. Box 6 6 5 . Tacoma, Wash. 1 . Marie Omdal. deceased. Bow. \Vash. .â&#x20AC;˘


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GRADUATES

Bernard B. Palo, waiter, 7 8 4 5 Asotin S t . , Tacoma, \Vash. L. Earl Percival, teacher, Veradale, Wash. Thora P. Rasmussen, R. F . D. I , Box 8 5 3 , Astoria, Ore. Cecil W. Scott, principal. College Place. Home, Parkland, Wash. Muriel 1. Soine ( M rs. Dewe)' Potte r) , 7 th and Madison, Seattle, Wash. Ethel L . S t innette, teacher. Eatonville. Wash. Nina N . Swanson. teacher. Algona. Wash. Arnold K. Thostenson. teacher, Everett. Home. 2 6 1 9 Oakes S t . . Everett. Wash. Marie L . Vandinburg ( M rs. C. G . Forsberg ) . 4 2 2 8 2 8 th Ave. S o .. M i n neapolis. Minn. S o l v e i g M . W a n g e n ( Mrs. Arnold K . Thostcnso n ) , 2 6 1 9 Oakes S t . . Everett. Wash. R u th Marian Wcrsen. teacher. Home. 1 2 3 1 N . E . 1 5 th, Port land. Ore. 1 93 2

Three- Year Course

Evans J. Carlson . teacher. junior high schoo l . S u m ner. Wash. Marie Gardlin ( M rs . John Sm ith) , North Cove. Wash. Harold F. Gray. principal, Midland J u n ior High School. R. F. Home, 5 4 4 2 So. Park Ave .. Tacoma, Wash. Dorothy G . Lehmann (Mrs. A. F . Gratzer) , Parkland, \VaslJ . Mrs. Nelda S i x Percival. deceased. Peshas t i n , Wash. Fred Walter, deceased, Tacoma. Wash.

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Regular Course

Evelyn W. Arneson (Mrs. Rodney Cha l l m an ) , Silverdale. Wash. Mrs. Osta Bailey. teacher. Roosevelt School. Everett. Home, Box 4 0 4 . Everett, Wash. Harold T . Berentson, teacher, junior high school, Everett, Wash. Raymond E . Covert, teacher. U n i o n , Mont. Dorothy Delamarter (Mrs. Clarence McCleary ) . teacher. McCleary. Wash. Margaret L. E ll io t t . teacher, Pleasant Ridge School. R . F . D . 2. Poulsbo. Home. Port Orchard, Wash. Clara T. Fjermedal. teacher. Lakeview. Home, 4 3 3 8 So. Puget Sound Ave . . Tacoma. \Vash, Ruth Goodwin ( M rs. Emory P f l llgmacher) . 7 4 3 2 So. G S t . . Tacoma. Wash. Margaret B . H i l ma. teacher. Everett. Home. 1 8 0 2 Wetmore Ave. , Everett, Wash. Dagny E. Hjermstad. B. A. S t a te Teachers College. LaCrosse. \Vis. H o m e , Anacortes, \Vash. Amelia A . Holmqu ist. stenographer. Seattle. Home, 2 8 2 2 Pacific Ave . . Tacoma. Wash. Mabel S. Jensen (Mrs. Ralph A . Pearson ) . Gig Harbor, Wash. Hildur E. Johansen ( M rs . Johnston ) . R .F. D . I , Ferndale. Wash. Margaret T. Kaaland ( M rs . H ilton Bergstro m ) , 5 1 5 K S t . , Los Banos, Calif. K a theryn E . Lamb (Mrs. W i l l iam Kelso ) . 1 6 0 5 N. E. 5 1 st St.. Portland, Ore. Margaret G . L a m mers. teacher, Woodinville. Home. 949 R idgewood Ave .. Taco ma. Wash. Frances Jane Lavin. B. S . in Ed .. Seattle Colle ge, Seattle ; teacher. E n umclaw. Home. 1 8 1 2 F ra n k l i n S t . . Olympia. Wash. Delmar E. Mortensen, B. A . in Ed . . College of Puget Soun d ; principal . American Lake School, R . F. D. I . Tacoma. Home. 1 1 1 9 Ea. 7 2 n d S t .. Tacoma, Wash. Ruth Newberg (Mrs. Ranny Gasch k ) . 3 4 1 5 No. Huson S t . . Tacoma, Wash. Nellie C . Olson. teacher. Port Townsend. Home, R. F . D. I . Box 4 0 3 , P u y a l l U p . Wash. Kathl y n F. Patten. teacher, Yelm. Ho me, 7 2 5 So. 4 9 t h , Tacoma. \Vash. lone S. P r u l l ( Mrs. Emory Daskam ) . 4 0 4 3 So. Park Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Mil lard C . Quale. B. A . , College o f Puget S o u n d : teacher. Yelm . \Vash. \Vi l l i a m C . Rasmussen. teacher. L o wer Skokoruish School, Star Route, Shelton. Home, B urlington. Wash. John F. Redeen, teacher, A r l i n gton . Home. 5 1 7 3 rd S t . . Arl ington. Wash. Bernice \V. Schafer ( M rs. E d w i n Hurd ) . 3 5 1 5 G u n n ison S r . , Tacoma , \Vash.


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J. Alvene Schierman. teacher. Tumwa ter. \Vash. Pauline Schierman (Mrs. Nels Olson ) . So. 2 1 0 2 Grand Blvd . . Spokane. \Vash. Alberta H. Schmitz. teacher. Yelm . Home. 4 6 0 2 So. G St .. Tacoma. Wash. Hulda M. Simonson (Mrs. Fred Jessen) . Parkland. \Vash. Dorothy M. Sitts (Mrs. Lawrence Backs) . Sumner. Wash. Arthur E. Sivertson. teacher. Edgemont School. R.F.D. 1 . Puyallup. Home. R.F.D. I . Box 3 9 6 . Puyallup. Wash. Harry Southworth. B. A. in Ed .. College of Puget So und ; principal. Y elm. Wash. Helen R. Taylor. teacher. Sumner. Home. 8 0 2 Ryan Ave . . Sumner. Wash. Lorraine B. Thoren (Mrs. L. J. Forsberg) . 9 1 7 Ridgewood Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Helen M. Thrane. teacher. Fife Grade School. R. F. D. 2. Tacoma. Home. 3 4 2 1 Ea. M S t. . Tacoma. \Vash. Ruth J. Van Hoven. teacher. \Vilkeson. Home. 7 2 2 0 So. Prospect St .. Tacoma. Wash. Olena Wagbo (Mrs. Eino Bay) . teacher. Veness School. R. F. D .. \Vinlock. Wash. Mrs. Muriel Watts (Mrs. W. H. Vclron) . 5 1 6 N. E. Floral St . . Portland. Ore. sther H. Westby ( Mrs. Alfred Aus ) . 7 3 3 7 No. Wilbur St . . Portland. Ore. Avalon L . Wojahn. teacher. Auburn. Home. 3 5 9 2 Ea. K St .. Tacoma. Wash. 1 93 3 Three-Year Co urse

Frances C . Andrews. teacher. Maplewood School. Puyallup. Home. 9 2 4 So. Ains­ worth Ave Tacoma. \Vash. Helen Collins (Mrs. Rolfe E. Anderson ) . Oakridge. Ore. Walter M. French. teacher. Shoultes School. Marysville. Home. 1 5 2 8 2nd St . . Marysville. Wash. Ethel C. Hagman (Mrs. Joseph Anderson) R.F.D. 2 . Box 2 0 9 -A. Tacoma. Wash. Mary E. Holmes (Mrs. W. A. Phillips) . R. F. D. 3 . Tacoma. Wash. Mabel S. Jensen (Mrs. Ralph A. Pearson) , G ig Harbor, \Vash. Leif . Klippen, principal. Waller Road School. R. F. D. 2. Tacoma. Home, Parkland, Wash. Margaret G. Lammers, teacher, \Voodinville. Home. 949 Ridgewood Ave. , Ta­ coma, Wash. Anna S. Mikkelsen, teacher. Parkland. Home, 4 5 2 4 No. 1 8 th S t . , Tlcoma. \Vash. Gerhard A. Molden. teacher. Lake City School. R. F. D .. Seattle. Home. 8 9 0 7 2 0th Ave. N . E . . Seattle. Wash. Nellie C. Olson. teacher. Port Townsend. Ho me. R. F. D. 1 . Box 4 0 3 . PuyallUp. Wash. Kathlyn E . Patten. teacher. Yel m . Home. 7 2 5 So. 4 9 th St . . Tacoma. \Vash. Alberta H . Schmitz. teacher. Y e l m Home. 4 6 0 2 So. G S t . . Tacoma. \Vash. rthur E. Sivertson. teacher. Edgemont School. R.F.D. I . Puyallup. Home. R . F .D. I . Box 3 9 6 , Puyallup. Wash. Mrs. Charlotte K. Spencer. teacher. North Creek School, R. F. D. I , Bothell. Wash. Frida S. Tayet. teacher. Auburn. Home, 3 7 1 9 Ea. I St .. Tacoma. \Vash. Lorraine B. Thoren (Mrs. L . J. Forsberg) , 9 1 7 Ridgewood Ave .. Tacoma. \Vash . Olena Wagbo ( Mrs. Eino Bay) , teacher. Veness School. R. F . D. 1 , Winlock. Wash. . •

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Regular Course

Shirley C . Hecht, teacher, Panama Canal Zone. Home. Eatonville. Wash. Angela M. Jacobsen ( Mrs. S. Sivertson ) . 4 6 1 4 Ea. B St., Tacoma. Wash. Edgar R. Larson. teacher. Clover Park High School, R.F.D. 5 . Tacoma. Home. Parkland. \Vash. Bendicta A. Leland. teacher. Klickitat. Home. R. F. D. 5 . Box 7 9 5 . Tacoma. Wash. Carl E. Martin, principal. Glen wood School. Lake Stevens. Home, R. F. D. I . Box 1 2 2, Arlington. Wash. Harold L. Meredith. teacher. Federal \Vay School. R. F. D . 2. Auburn. Home. 5 0 9 So. 5 2n d St .. Tacoma, Wash. V . Frances Newton. teacher, Bremerton. Home. 3 3 0 2 6th Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Olga M. Overlie (Mrs. Harry Bringo!£. Jr. ) , Mineral. Wash. Ellen L. Soley (Mrs. E. J. Gilbert) , 25 1 5 V i rginia Ave .. Everett. Wash.


GRADUATES

Arthur E. Spencer. teacher. Clover Park School. R . F . D . 5 . Tacoma. S o . 1 1 th S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Dorothy J . Winsor, Seattle, Wash.

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1 934 Alice J . Alvnes, teacher, South Bend, \Vash. Oscar F . Anderson, p rincip a l . Honey Dew Scho o l . Route 2 . Renton, \Vash . A. Stanlc)路 Berentson. teacher. Edmonds. Home, Anacortes, Wash. V irginia E. Byers (Mrs. Lloyd Hauge ) , 1 3 0 1 Ea. 6 6 th St .. Taco ma, Wash. H. E u genia Crosby (Mrs. Jacob \Vardenaar, J r. ) , clerk, Oak Harbor Pharmacy, Oak Harbor, Wash. Dorothy Delamartcr ( Mrs. Clarence McCleary ) , teacher. McCleary, \Vash. Clara T. Fjermedal. teacher, Lakeview. Home, 4 3 3 8 So. Puget Sound Ave . , Ta颅 coma, Wash. Olai Hageness, principaL Fife Grade School. R . F. D. 2. Tacom a . Home, R. F. D. 2, Box 1 1 4 -A, Tacoma, Wash. Esther Hvidding. teacher, Kelly Lake School, R. F . D. 1 , B o x 1 2 3 , S u m ner. \Vash. Home, Canb)路. Ore. Norman \V. Jensen. teacher, Mossyrock, Wash. Home. Silverton. Ore. Ella M. JO[1nson (Mrs. Elmer Fosness) , 5 1 1 2 Palatine Ave . , Seattle. Wash. L. Kathryn Johnson (Mrs. Cecil F. McClarey ) . B. A .. College o f Puget Sound. Home, \Vestcrn \Va shington Experiment Station, PuyallUp. \Vash. Edgar R. Larson, teacher, Clover Park High Schoo l . R.F .D. 5 , Taco m a . Home, Parklan d . Wasb. Jennie Lee ( M rs. A . H . Hanson ) , 6 6 7 Exchange. Astoria. Ore. Bendicta A . Leland, teacher, Klickitat. Home, R . F. D . 5, B o x 5 6 5 , Tacoma, Wash. Clarence \V. L e m m ing. s t u d e n t . University of \Va s h i ngton. Home. 8 3 0 Ea. 4 9 th S t . , Tacoma. \Vas h . Robert E. Levinson, teacher, Eatonville. Wash. Carl E. Martin, principal . Glenwood School. L a ke Stevens. Home, R . F . D. 1 . Box 1 2 2 . Arlingtoll. Wash. Georgiana McClure ( Mrs. Harry Southworth ) , Box 2 1 4, Yelm , \Vash. Harold L. Meredith, teacher, Federal Way School, R . F. D. 2. Auburn. Home, 5 0 9 So. 5 2 nd S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Louise E. Miller. teacher. Chimacu m . Home, 1 7 1 3 So. K S t . , Tacoma, Wash. C l a rence E. M o n s o n , teacher. B o i stfort Grade School. Klaber. Home, 4 0 5 2 McKin ley A v e . , Taco m a , \Vash. Florence J . Post. B. A . i n Ed., College of Puget Sound ; teacher, Central Avenue School, R . F . D . 4. Tacom a . Home, 4 8 3 4 Park Ave . , Tacoma. Wash. William C . Rasmussen. teacher, Lower Skokomish School , S tar Route, Shel ton . Home, B u rl ington, \Vash. Melba Ross ( Mrs. Arthur Christian) . Gleno m a , \Vash. J . Alvene Schierman. teacher. Tumwater, \Vash. Hulda M . Si monson (Mrs. Fred Jessen ) , Parkland, \Vash. Esther A . Towe ( M rs. Kelcie C. Grisham ) . Silverton, Ore .. and San Diego . Ca lif. R u th J . Van Hoven. teacher, \Vilkeson. Home, 7 2 2 0 S o . Prospect St., Taco m a , Wash. Norman L . \Vestling, teacher, Harrah, \Vash. Home. Box 1 5 5 , Port Chicago, Calif. E m o ry N. \Vhitaker. teacber, Collins Scho o l . R.F.D. 3, Box 3 5 5 , Taco m a , Wash. Frank E . Willard, teacher, Shelton, \Vash. 1 935 A l ice L . Barnum , teacher, Morton. Home, Box 1 0 5 , Morto n , Wash. Marguerite Bodrero, teacher. Lakeview. Home, R . F . D . I , Box 2 9 1 . Su mner. Wash. V irginia A . Boen (Mrs. R. C . B righa m ) , Wilder Apts. No . 2 0 5 . Eugene . Ore. Nancy L. B u rnett (Mrs. Robert L. McL a uchla n . J r . ) , Fox Island. \Vash. P . Sylvia Collier, teacher, Port Orchard. Home, R . F. D . 3, B o x 8 5 2 , Puyallup, Wash. Carl E. Coltom, principal. Spanaway, \Vash.


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Edna S. Dagsland. teacher, Longview, Wash. Home, R. F. D. I , Sandy. Ore. Rachel Flint, teacher, East Stanwood. Home, S 0 2 4 So. J St., Tacoma, \Vash. Sydney M. Glasso, Buffelen Lumbe r and Manufacturing Co. , Tacoma. Home, Parkl a n d . Wash. Lewis G. Hunter, teacher. Long Lake School. Ford. Wash. Evelyn I. Irwin, teacher, Spanaway. Home, R. F. D. 3 , Box 8 1 9 , Tacoma. Wash. Lou ise Jackson (Mrs. Lyell C. Kreidler) , teacher. University Place School, R. F. D. 5, Tacoma. Home, R . F. D. 5 , Tacoma. Wash. Angela M. Jacobsen (Mrs. S. Sivertson ) , 4 6 1 4 East B S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Esther G. Jahr, teacher, Puyallup. Home, 2 1 4 Ea. Pioneer Ave . , Puyallup, Wash. Sena L. Johnson (Mrs . Lewis Strenge) , R.F.D. 3 . Box 1 04 , Kent. Wash. H. Gladys Jorgenson (Mrs. Olaf Ordal) , South Bend, Wash. S. Beanca Jorgenson (Mrs. Howard \11'. Nyman) , 5 1 5 Thomas St.. Olympia. Wash. A lice G. King (Mrs. W. R. Kirk) . 4 1 0 So. 6th S t . , Corva llis. Ore. Lyell C. Kreidler, principal. Kapowsin. Home. R. F. D. 5 . Tacoma. Wash. V irginia L. Mahncke (Mrs. Sakshaug) , Ryderwood, Wash. Angelo J. Manousos, superintendent, White Blu ffs, Wash. Mrs. Mabel E. Mattison, teacher. Willard SchooL Tacoma. Home, 3 8 05 Thomp son Ave" Tacoma , Wash. Marjorie E. Meade, teacher, Shelton. Ho me, 8 2 0 So. 4 5 th St" Tacoma, Wash. Portia E. Miller, teacher. Collins. Home, 1 5 2 2 6th Ave" Tacoma, Wash. Delmar E. Mortensen. B. A. in E d . , College of Puget Sound ; principal. American Lake School. R.F.D. I , Tacoma. Home, 1 1 1 9 Ea. 72nd St. , Tacoma. \Vash. Mary P. Nash (Mrs. Martin S krivanich) , Gig Harbor, Wash. Ruth Newberg (Mrs. Ranny Gaschk) , 3 4 I 5 No. Huson S t . , Tacoma. Wash. V. Frances Newton. teacher, Bremerton. Home, 3 3 0 2 6th Ave" Tacoma, Wash. Alice R. Nolan ( Mrs. Donald Morrow) , Morton, \Vash. Howard W. Nyman, teacher, Olympia. Home. 5 1 5 Thomas St" Olympia. \Vash. Olaf G. Orda l . principal, high school. South Bend. Wash. Olga M. Overlie (Mrs. Harry Bringolf. Jr. ) , Mineral. Wash. Marie C. B. Pedersen, 1 9 04 No. Alder, Tacoma. \\Tash. Marian E . Peterson, teacher, Midland. Home, R. F. D. 4, Box 1 3 7 , Tacoma, Wash. Sophie Peterson, teacher. Burlington. Home, Bow. \Vash. Dilie E. Quale, teacher, Woodland School, R. F. D. 3 . Puyallup. Wash. Home, R. F. D. I I . Box 6 3 2 , Milwaukie. Ore. Lila N. Rudd (Mrs. Stanley C . Paddock) , 2 0 9 Yz No. I St" Tacoma, Wash. Junet E. Runbeck, teacher. Presto n. Home 2 1 0 9 So. L S t . , Tacoma . \Vash. L yal H. Sanderson. R. F . D. 3 , Box 6 5 7 , Tacoma, Wash. Shirley M . Savage (Mrs. John Fadness) , Ridgefiel d . Wash. Harry Southworth. B. A. in Ed" College of Puget Sound ; principal, Yelm. \Vash. John G. Van Leuven. teacher. McMillin, Wash. M. Jane Williams (Mrs. James V . Ramsdell) , 3 7 1 2 No. 1 2 St . , Tacoma. Wash . 1 936 Harold M . Andersen, teacher. Ridgefield. Home, R. F . D . 3 , Box 2 5 2-D, Tacoma, Wash. Arnold T. Anderson, teacher, \Venatchee. Home. 9 1 2 Orondo St" \Venatchee, Wash. Francis J. Achbold. teacher, Elma. Home, 9 0 5 Ea. 3 5 th S t . , Taco m a , \\Tash. Nordis L. Arneson, teacher, Lake Forest Park School. R. F. D. 6 , Seattle, Wash. Home. Maplewood, Ore. Eline G. Benson ( Mrs. Richard Matthews ) , Mineral, Wash. Ellen M. Bergstrom, B. A. in E d . , College of Puget Sound ; hostess. Fort Lewis. Home 1 8 0 8 So. 3 7th St., Tacoma, Wash. M. George Brockway, teacher, Shelton. Home , R. F. D. 4, Box 2 2 2, Olympia, Wash. Gertrude M . Brunner, teacher, Winlock, \Vash.


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Grace E . Card. teacher. L a k e C i ty School. R . F . D. 1 . Tacoma. H o m e . 2 5 1 0 No. 1 0th S t . . Taco ma. Wash. M ildred H . Card. teacher. Federal Way School. R. F . D. 2. Auburn. Home. 2 5 1 0 No. 1 0th S t. . Tacoma. Wash. Margaret P. Craft (Mrs. Bertrum Myhre) . 5 1 4 Ea. Harrison S t .. Tacoma. \Vash. Thelma G . Daniels. teacher. Parkland. Home. Parkland. \Vash. Mrs. Mary C . Dodge. 1 3 1 9 Ea. 5 6 th S t . • Taco ma. \Vash. John S . Dreibelbis. Gov ' t employ. Home. Ch.ulesbee Apts . . Tac o m a , Wash. Evelyn V . Eklund, teacher. East Stanwood . Home. R. F . D. 5 . Box 2 5 8 . Tacoma. Wash. Margaret Flint ( M rs . O. E. Ferguson ) . 4 8 4 7 So. Yakima Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Jean-Marie Fowler (Mrs. J . Fenander) . 5 0 2 6 N . E . Mallory Ave .. Portland. Ore. Ruth H . Froyen ( Mrs. Robert Harvey) . Port Madison. Wash. E u la Mac Goff (Mrs. S igurd S . Molver) . teacher. Benston School. Home. 6 2 1 8 S o . Puget Sound Ave. . Tacoma. Wash. L a u ra M . Hauge, teacher, T'aco m a . Home. R . F . D. 7, Box 8 04 - A , Tacom a , \Vash. Margaret B . Hilmo. teacher. Everett. Home. 1 8 0 2 Wetmore Ave . . Everett. Wash. Ray B. Hinderlie. principal. Central V a lle)r School. R. F. D. 1 . Poulsb o . Home. R. F . D. 3, Box 84 1 . Taco ma. Wash. Dagny E. Hjermstad. B . A . , State Teachers College. LaCrosse. \Vis. Home. Ana­ cortes, \Vash. Amelia A. Holmquist. stenographer. Seattle. Home 2 8 2 2 Pacific Ave . . Tacom a . Wash . Enid L. Hutson (Mrs. John V a n Leuven ) . teacher. McMillin. Wash. Harold C . Johansen. principal. Silvana. Home. Lawrence. Wash. Marie L . Johnso n . teacher. Tumwater. Home. 4 0 7 1 Ea. G S t .. Tacoma. Wash. Christine Johnson (Mrs. Karl Stendal) . c-o Augsbury Seminary. M inneapolis. M inn. Ruth M. Johnson. B , A .. College of Puget S o u nd : teacher. Centralia. Wash. Home. 5 2 8 W. Pioneer St.. Centralia. \Vash. Margaret T . Kaaland ( M rs. Hilton Bergstro m ) . 5 1 5 K S t . . Los Banos. Calif. Edna 1 . Kelsey (Mrs. Arthur McCoy) . 1 5 0 5 Cascade Ave .. Cheha lis. Wash. Norris S. Langlow. principal. Port Gamble. Wasb. Clarence P . Lund, p rincipal. Collins Schoo l . R . F. D . 4 . Taco m a . Home. R . F , D. 3. Box 5 2 7 . Taco m a , Wash. Roy L. L u ndquist. principal. East Sunnyside School. R . F . D. 1 . Everett. Home. Pearson. Wash. lone J . Madsen (Mrs. Harold Anderson) . Ridgeficld. Wash. Joanna Manousos. teacher. Fife Grade School. R. F . D. 2 . Tacoma. Home. 1 7 44 S o . Fawcett Ave . . Tacoma. Wash. Robert M. Martin. teacher. Fife Grade School. R. F. D. 2. Tacoma. Home. 1 3 5 S o . 3 8 th St . . Tacoma. Wash. E l i o t M ichelsen ( Mrs. Odin E. Morken) . 7 5 3 6 4 " rd Ave . N. E . . Seattle. Wash . Sheldon S . Moe. teacher. Longview. Home. Merrill Apts. No. 1 04 . L ongview. Wash. Evelyn M. Monson. teacher. Mossyrock. Home. 4 0 5 2 McKinLey Ave .. Taco ma, W a sh . Robert M. Monson. teacher. Selah. \Vash. Bertrum O . Myhre. teacher. Grant Scbool. Tacoma. Home. 5 1 4 Ea. Harrison S t .. Tac o m a . Wash. Novelle E . Nagel. tcacber. Fife Grade School. R. F . D . 2. Tacoma. Home. 8 0 7 S o . Proctor S t . . Tacoma. Wash. Eva M . Nelson . teacher. Sultan. Home. R . F. D . 3 . Box 3 0 1 . Tacoma. Wasb. V a l b o rg A. Norby (Mrs. Otis J . Grande ) . Ocean Park. Wash. Ruth C. Norga.ud. teacher. E verett. Home. 1 5 0 9 24tb St.. Everett. Wash. Harold O · C onner. teacher. Richland. Home , R . F. D. 3. Box 1 0 2 1 . Auburn. Wash.


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Neva A. Olson. teacher. Midland School. R. F. D. 4. Tacoma. Home. R. F. D. 4 . B o x 3 I S . Tacoma. Wash. Marion H. Pennie. teacher. Oakville. Home. 4 1 5 Ea. 7 2 n d S t . . Tacoma. Wash. Eleanor M. Raudebaugh. teacher. Central Avenue School. R. F . D. 4. Tacoma. Home. McKenna. \Vash. John F. Redeen. teacher. Arlington. Home. 5 1 7 3 rd S t . . Arlington. Wash. Gertrude Stenberg (Mrs. S imon Anderso n ) . Bow. Wash. Edward N. Svinth. studen t . Washington State College. Pullman. Home. 73 02 So. Park Ave . . Tacoma. Wash. Frithjof M. Tayet. teacher. S o u th Bend. Home, 3 7 1 9 E a . I S t . , Tacoma, \Vash. Bergliot A. Vogan, teacher, Ridgefield. Home. 5 1 2 6 N. E. 1 6 th Ave . • Portland, Ore. Harold C . Votaw, investigator, State Dept. of Public \Velfare, Tacoma. Home, 6 0 5 S o . Pine, Tacoma, \Vash. Mrs. Phyllis Orford \Vynne, stubstitute teacher. Tacoma. Home. 5 2 6 So. 6 0th S t . , Tacoma, \Vash . 1937 Dorothy B . Anderson, teacher, Everett. Home, 1 9 1 4 Rainier. Everett, Wash. Kathryn F. Anderson, teacher, Kapowsin. Home. R. F. D. 2, Box 7 5 7 . Tacoma, Wash. Osta R. Bailey , teacher. Roosevelt School, Everett. Home, Box 4 0 4 . Everett. Wash. Gordon W. Barnes, teacher, Cathcart Schoo l . Snohomish. Home, 9 1 4 4th S t . , Snohomish. Wash. Elsie Barrett, teacher, Elk Plain School. R . F. D. I . Spanaway. Home. R. F. D. 2 , Box 8 3 5 , Puyallup, Wash. Judith 1 . Benson (Mrs. Melvin E. Pederso n ) . Parkland, Wash. Olga Benson. Bow. \Vash. Mildred 1 . Berven, teacher. Frances. Home. 3 6 0 5 No. 2 7 th S t . . Tacoma. V/ash. Paul G. Blied, teacher, Arletta Sch .. Gig Harbor. Home, 1 1 1 3 S o . L a w rence, Ta coma, Wash. Wadene Calavan, teacher, Central School, Tacoma. Home, 8 I 2 Ryan Ave . , S u m ner. J. S tanley Dahl, principal. Wilson School, Everett. Home. R . F. D. 3, Everett,

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Ervin E . DammeL s u bstitute teacher, Ashford. Home . P a r k l a n d , \Vash . Mary Jane Dedrick, studen t, Pacific L u theran College. Parkland . Home. 1 0 2 6 E a . 4 7 th S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Mrs. J. O . Fitts (H. Irene More) , teacher. Mansfield, \Vash . W. Stanley Ford , teacher, Fobes School. R, F. D. 2 . Everett. Home. 2 2 2 2 Colby Ave .. Everett, \Vash. Dorothy Fowler ( M rs. J. L . Fitts) , 4 1 0 4 No. Cheyenne S t .. Tacoma, \Vash . C. E l izabeth F r i is , teacher, Bremerton. Home, 4 0 0 3 6 th Ave., Tacoma, \Vash . orman Frye, student, U niversity of Washington, Seattle. Home, 4 3 4 6 6 th Ave. N . E .. Seattle, Wash. Russell Frye, teacher, Eatonville. Home. 8 'i 2 No. Cushman Ave . • Tacoma, Wash. Inga M. Goplerud, teacher, Meeker School. Puyallup. Home, Silverton, Ore. Opal Grove ( M rs . Bertrand McKent y ) , 4 1 I 8 No. 1 8 th S t . , Tacoma, \Vash. Hazel \V. Hagerup, teacher. Galvin. Wash. Home, 1 8 1 8 Franklin S t . , Astoria. O re. Mabel B. Heggem, teacher, Granite Falls. Home, 7 0 1 6 2 3 rd Ave. N. W . , Seattle, Wash. Miriam D . Heimdahl ( Mrs. Ralph W . Nelso n ) , R . F . D. 3, Mt. Vernon, Wash. L o uise C . Hendrickson ( M rs. Alfred Good ) , R. F. D., Chehalis, Wash. Helen M . Holtcamp, teacher, Gault Scho o l . Tacoma. Home, R. F . D. I , Burlington, Wash. Jessie Hopk ins, P. O. Box 2 5 8 4 , Tucson. Ariz. Olga D. Hugo, teacher, Poulsbo. \Vash. Eugene F. Jack, principal. Roy. Home, 4 8 1 9 No. 3 3 rd S t . . Tacoma, \Vash. Aida A . Johnson, teacher, L incoln School. Shelton. Home, 7 4 6 L a keview Blvd . • Seattle, Wash. Jasper H . Johnson. teacher, Mansfield, Wash.


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Dorothy L. Kapphahn, tu tOL 3 5 0 3 Ea. G St .. Tacoma, Wash. Marian G. Kohler (Mrs. Kenneth E. Good ) , Troutlake, Wash. Burton D. Kreidler, principal. Woodland School, R. F. D. 3. Puyallup. Home. Parkland. Wash. Helen A. L ilja (Mrs. Vernon Velde) . East Stanwood. Wash. Oliver C. L udlow. army. Home. R. F. D. 4. Box 6 3 4 . Tacoma. Wash. Mary I. Machle. teacher. Roy. Home. 5 5 0 6 So. G St .. Tacoma. Wash. Ida R. Merz (Mrs. Bennett Olsen ) . Yelm. Wash. Agnes H. Mohn (Mrs. V irgil Holman) . teacher. McCleary. Wash. Thelma I .Ness. teacher. Castlerock. Wash. Home. 204 S. E. 24th Ave Portland. Ore. H. Irene Odell. Deputy Sup·t. Thu rston Co Olympia. Home. 6 7 5 1 3 th Ave . . Minneapolis. Minn. Doris E. Olson, teacher. Spanaway. Home. R. F. D. 3. Box 4 6 1 . Olympia. \Vash. Jesse P. Pflueger. Jr .. teacher. Poulsbo. Home. Parkland. Wash. Norma Preus (Mrs. J. Stanley Dahl ) . R. F. D. 3. Everett. Wash. J. Raymond Reid, student. Pacific L u theran College. Parkland. Home. R. F. D. 2 . Everson. Wash. Margaret O. Rorem ( M rs. John Hopp ) . Kellogg. Idaho. Romola C. Rust. teacher. Central School. Snohomish. Home. 3 5 04 Norton. Everett. Wash. Helen E . Scott (Mrs. Almor Stern) . 5 2 1 2 So. Pine St .. Tacoma. Wash. Chester J. Solie. teacher. Everett. Home. 2 3 2 6 Colby Ave .. Everett. \Vash. Ethel L. Stinnette. teacher. Eatonville. Wash. Evelyn R. Taylor. teacher. Riverside School. R. F. D. 3 . PuyallUp. Home. 1 0 1 1 No. Cushman Ave Tacoma. Wash. V erna L. Tegland. teacher. Norman School. Stanwood. Wash. T. Arnold Tommervik. teacher. Elma. Home. Lakewood. Wash. Elna L . Trulson. teacher. \Vhitney Grade School. Anacortes. Home. Anacortes. Wash. June J. Walter. teacher. Elgin School. R. F. D Gig Harbor. Home. 5 64 8 So. Cedar St .. Tacoma. Wash. G. Pauline Watts. teacher. Sumner. Home. 4 3 1 8 So. K St .. Tacoma. Wash. Louise M. \Villiams. teacher, Central Avenue School. R. F. D. 4, Tacoma. Home. R. F. D. 7 . Box 4 1 9 . Tacoma. Wash. Lenore F. \Vithrow , teacher. Clover Creek School. R. F . D. 4, Box 4 0 0 . Tacoma. Home. DuPont. Wash. 1 938 Donald A . Abner. principal. Alder. \Vash. Theodore E . Asberg. teacher. Stewart School. Tacoma. Home. 6 1 5 Ea. Wright Ave .. Tacoma. \Vash. Jenny B. Bardon. teacher. Port Orchard. Home. 9 0 2 0 Roosevelt Way. Seattle. 'Nash. Elva W. Bergman. student. University of Washington. Seattle. Home. R . F. D. 1 . B urlington. Wash. Enid E. Blake. teacher. Pacific City. Home. 4 6 2 9 So. Park Ave .. Tacoma. \Vash. Janice M. Brones. teacher. Purdy . Home. Vaughn. Wash. Vivian E. Buness. (Mrs. Raymond Reed) . Silverton, Ore. Mona E. Byrd (Mrs. Franklin Warner) . 3 3 3 2 So. Pine St .. Tacoma. \Vash. William C. Capps. R. F. D. S . Box 2 7 0 . Tacoma, Wash. Constance CIumb (Mrs. Volly) . teacher, Shelton. Home. Shelton. \Vash. Alice M. Cook. teacher. Tacoma. Home. 4 9 2 3 So. Pine St .. Tacoma. \Vash. Margrete M . Demers. teachcr. Ford's Prairie School. R . F. D .. Centralia. Home. 2 2 1 So. 9 6 th St.. Tacoma. Wash. I ris V. Evans. teacher, Oakville. Home. R . F. D. 2. Elma. \Vash. Melba I. Fenney (Mrs. Obert J. Sovde ) . teacher. Glencove School. Star Route. Gig Harbor. Home. Gig Harbor. Wash. Goldene E . Gerritz (Mrs. Otto Robinson) . teacher. Thrift School. Graham. '}.lash Walter E. Goplcrud. teacher. McKenna. Wash. Home. Silverton. Ore. .•

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Otis J. Grande, principal. Ocean Park. Home, Ocean Park, \Vash. Mary E . Grass, substitute teacher, Tacoma. Home, 9 5 0 7 E a . E S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Glenn O . Gustavson, teacher, Campbell School. Bryn Mawr. Home, R . F . D. 7 , B o x 3 6 7 , Seattle, \Vash . Maria Hageness, teacher, R. F. D . , I , Gig Harbor, Wash. Ovedia 1 . Hauge, teacher, Fife Grade School, R. F . D. 2, Tacoma. Home, Burling足 ton. Wash. A . Frederick Heany, B . A . , College of Puget Sound ; teacher, Oakland School, Tacoma. Home, R . F . D. 5, Box 6 6 4 , Tacoma, Wash. A l v i n F . Jacobs, principal, Elbe. Home. R. F . D . 3, Box 5 4 2 , Tacoma, \Vash. Evelyn L . Jacobson. teacher, Dieringer. Home, Parkland, \Vash . Ana Mae Johnson ( M rs . William C. Capps ) , R. F. D. 5 , Box 2 7 0 . Tacoma, Wash . Dorothy M. Kniffen. teacher. Yelm . Home, 4 2 2 7 th Ave. N. W . , Puyallup, \Vash . Iva B. Knutson ( Mrs. Donald Cardwell ) . C li n t o n Court. Walla Walla. \Vash. Frederick M . Krueger, B . A., Pacific L u t heran College, Parkland. Home, Orting, Wash. Howard J . Kvinsland, principal, Chico School. R . F . D . 2 , Bremerton. Home. R . F . D. 2, Port Orchard, Wash. Stener R . Kvinsland, principal. Pearson. Home, R . F . D. 1 . Box 2 5 6 , Poulsbo, Wash. Bertha H. Larson ( M rs . Jasper Johnson ) , Mansfield, Wash. Paul V. Larso n , teacher, Parkland. Home, Parkland, \Vash . R u t h M . McGovern. teacher. Central Avenue School. Tacoma. Home. R. F. D. 4 . B o x 7 2 9 -A. Tacoma. Wash. Margaret K . Melver. teacher. Manchester. Home. 6 0 2 6 5 th Ave. N . \V . . Seattle. Wash. Elizabeth Ann Miller. teacher. Au b u r n . Home, 2 4 2 0 No. 2 1 st S t . . Tacoma. Wash. Valeria Moehnke. teacher, Yelm . Home . R. F . D. I . Box 3 5 -A . Beavercreek, Ore. Lois May Morton. teacher. DuPont. Home. R. F . D. I . Box 3 3 2 , Tacoma . Wash. Robert G. Mullen, teacher. Richmond Beach. Home. 3 7 1 6 So. D S t . , Tacoma. \Vash. Harold S . Nilsen. teacher. Wood land. Home, 4 1 1 8 Rucker Ave., Everett. Wash. Esther A . Norgaard. teacher. Kellogg Marsh School. Marysv ille. Home. 1 5 0 9 2 4 th St.. Everett. \Vash. Margaret E . Pearso n . teacher. Wiley City School. Yakima. Home. R . F. D. 4 . Yakima. Wash. Nevella \V. Ross. teacher. Puyallup. Home. 4 2 9 7th Ave. N. E .. Puyallup. Wash . Aleda J. Seierstad. B. A . . Paci f ic Lutheran College, Parkland. Home. Poulsbo. Wash . Beatrice E. Sidders. teacher. Firwood School. R. F. D. 1 . Puya llup. Home. 2 0 9 5 th Ave. N . W . . Puyallup. Wash. Eugenia C. Spencer (Mrs. Howard Kvinslan d ) , R . F. D. 2. Port Orchard. Wash. Helen M . Stark. teacher. Brownsville School . Poulsbo. Home. R . F . D. 3, Box 6 0 0 . Tacoma. Wash. Arne S trand, teacher, Spanaway. Home, Poulsbo, \Vash. Evelyn Syverson (Mrs. Rodney Berg ) . teacher. Snohomish. Wash. Agnes B . Torvend. teacher. Home, S ilverton. Ore. Marie L. \Venberg, teacher. Centra l Valley School. Poulsbo. Home, East Sta n 足 wood. \Vash . J. Stanley \Villis. teacher. Pa rkla nd. Home. Orting. Wash. 1 93 9 Ella Mae Adams ( M rs. C . F . Mattson ) . 7 0 6 Vz S o . 4th Ave . . Yakima. Wash. Astrid J . Anderson. teacher. East Stanwood. Home. 5 9 3 9 So. Yakima. Tacoma. Wash. Lennard A . Anderson. teacher. Central Avenue School. Taco m a . Home. Dash Point. \Vash.


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Jane M. Berghei m , B. A . , Pacific L u theran College, Parkland. S t . , Tacoma, Wash. A li c e 1. Boe. reacher, Onalaska.

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Mrs. \V . J . Brumm, Star Route 1 . Box 1 0 7, Bremerton, \Vash. Ruth A . Downton, teacher, South Bay School, Olympia. Home, 4 3 1 5 No. 3 1 s t S t . , Tacoma, \Vash. George J. Ellis, teacher, Dewatto School. Star Route, Bremerton. Home, StH Route, Box 2 0 I , Bremerton, Wash. R u dolph E. E l mer, teacher, Mercer Island, \Vash. Ruth M. Enroth, teacher, Big Lake School, R. F . D . 4, Mt. Vernon, Wash. Home, 1 0 1 9 Ea. 4th, Anaconda, Mont. Betty E. Evanson, teacher, Clover Creek School, R. F. D. 3, Tacoma. Home, 5 6 3 3 S o . Pugee Sound A v e . . Taco m a , \Vas h . Charles M . Fallstrom, tcacher, Issaquah. Home, B o x 1 5 5 , R o y , \Vash . V ivian l. Fields, teacher, Span away. Home, R. F. D. 2, Box 4 1 -1'1. , E n u mc l a w , \Vash. G . E l izabeth Fister, teacher, Winlock. Home, 1 0 2 5 So. 6 8 th S t . , Tacoma, Wash. H. Sranley Fries. teJcher. L o w e l l . Ho me, 7 0 5 4 Mary Ave. N. W .. Seattle, Wash. \Ve sley Gabrio, student, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Home, Park land, Wash. Aagot S. E . Gerde, teacher, McKenna, \Vash. Home, 8 0 3 6 S . E. Mill S t . , Portland, Ore. Eva M. Gjesdal. case worker, North Dakota House of Mercy, Fargo. Home, Ed 足 more, No. Dak. E . Charlotte Goplerud, teacher, Sheridan School, Tacoma, Wash. Home, R . f. D. 2 , Silverton, Ore. Angclyn B . Halverson, teacher, Conrad. Home, Williams, Mont. Ida Mac Hoss, teacher, Benston School. Kapowsin . Home, 4 1 1 5 No. 2 7 th St. , Taco ma, Wash. Palmer O. Johnsen , principal. Belfair. Home, 3 6 1 8 Rucker, Everett, Wash. Marion L. Johnson, teacher, Edgemo n t School, R . F . D. 1 , Puyallup. Home, 2 3 24 No. Alder St .. Tacoma, Wash. Norma O. L a n do, teacher, Sitka. Home, Petersburg, Alaska . Alvin C. Lehm a n n , student, Pacific L u theran College. Home, Parkland, \Vash. Helen C . L i n dberg, teacher, Wildwood School, R . F. D. 2 , Port Orchard. Home, R . F. D. 2 , Box 4 3 , Puyallup, Wash. Peter M. Londahl, B. A., Pacific Lu theran College ; principal, Factoria. Home, I I I C S t . N . W . , A u burn, Wash. V iv i an S. L u n de, reacher, Snohom ish. Home, 7 0 5 6 Jones Ave. N. \V. , Sea ule, 'ATash. A . Melvin McCutchan, teacher, Firgrove School, R . F. D. 2 , P u ya l l u p . Home, 4 0 0 3 McKinley Ave . , Tacoma, Wash. Shirley A. McKenzie, teacher, Bedard School. LaFleur. Home, Spanaway, Wash. Signe M idtsater, teacher. U n i versity Place, Tacoma. Home, Gig Harbor, Wash. Mary Ann S . Ma rbl e , teacher, Tacoma. Home, 2 2 0 1 No. Washington S t . , Tacoma , Wash. Nellie-Jean M iner, teacher, Grand M o u n d . Home, R . F. D . I , Box 1 8 2 , Tacoma. Wash. Donald O. Monson. teacher. Olympia. Ho m e , Blue River, Wis. Ruby Moore, R . F . D. 3, Box 1 0 2 4 , Auburn, Wash. L o is K. Morris, teacher, Firgrove School, R. F. D. 2, Puyallup. Home, 2 [ 5 2nd Ave. S . W . , Puyallup, Wash. Richard W . Oliver, teacher, Tacoma. Home. 4 0 0 5 Ea. G S t . , Tacoma, \Vash . Henrietta E . O'Neil. teacher, Lacey. Home, R. F. D. 2, \Vinlock, \Vash . Dorothy B. Petersen (Mrs. Paul Smith) , R. F. D. 5 , Box 8 5 9 , Tacoma. Wash. Alvin H. Peterson, teacher, Ma ltby. Home, Crow Stage Route, Eugene, Ore. Richard M. Peterson, teacher, L incoln School. Poulsbo. Home. Crow Stage Route, E u gene, Ore.


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Florence Elizabeth Richardson, teacher, Tw isp. Home, 3 1 0 2 No. 3 0 th S t . , Tacoma, Wash. Roy R. Schmandt, teacher. PeEll. Home. 9 0 4 26th St.. Anacortes. Wash. Emil P. S m ith. principal. Galvin. Home. Tacoma. Wash. Vivian A . Smith. teacher. Midland School. R. F. D. 4. Tacoma. Home. 1 4 1 2 So. L S t . . Tacoma. Wash. Carol E . S n yder. teacher. Fox Island. Home. R. F . D . 2. Box 5 4 2 . Puyallup. Wash. Obert J . Sovde. principal. Crescent Valley School. Gig Harbor. Home. Poulsbo. Wash. \Valter \V. Sterba. teacher. Elk Plain. Home. R . F . D . 7 . Box 3 9 . Tacoma. Wash. M. Elizabeth Stuen. teacher. Elbe. Home. Parkland. Wash. Fred J. Sutter. teacher, Rochester. Home. R. F . D. 3 . Box 7 0 0 . Tacoma. Wash. Vera O. Taylor. teacher. Ola l l a . Home. R . F. D. I . Box 2 3 1 . Tacoma. Wash. T. Lloyd Thompson . Wheeler- Osgood Sales Corp Tacoma. Hom e . R . F . D. 3 . Box 5 1 2 . Tacoma. Wash. Margaret E . Thompson. teacher. Little Kalama School. Woodland. \Vash. Home. 6 1 2 7 N. E. 2 3 rd Ave Portland. Ore. Mildred A . Tollefson. teacher. Tacoma. Home. R . F. D. 5. Box 5 8 4 . Tacoma. Wash. Donald C. T u r n b u l l . teacher. Midlan d School. R . F. D . 4 . Tacoma. Home, 9 St. Helens S t . . Tacoma. Wash. John V . Valenta. Jr . . teacher. Al gom. Home. R. F . D. 2 1 , Box 3 3 8 -A. Auburn. Wash. Maurine Wade. teacher, Lowell School, Taco ma. Home, R . F. D. 3, BolC 3 5 7 -C. Tacoma. \Vash . Mrs. Mabel M. Wing. R. F. D. 4. Box 2 6 0 - M, Tacoma, Wash. 1 940 Nellie M . Alton. B . A . . Pacific Lutheran College : teacher, Tacoma. Home. 1 3 4 N. 9th S t . . Sal ina, Kans. Roy E . Anderson. teacher, Parkland. Home, 3 8 5 8 McKinley Ave . , Tacoma. Wash. Gretchen Bach m a n n . teacher. Carlto n . Home. 5 2 3 I So. \Varner St" Tacoma. \Vash. Nina L. Ball. cadet teacher, Riverside School. Rt. 3, P u ya l l u p . Home. 3 4 1 0 No. Stevens St .. Tacom a . \Vash. Babette M. Brottem. teacher. Littlerock. Home, Parkland. \Vash. L y l e A . Catt, teacher, Cedarville. Home. R. F. D. 3. Box 4 6 8 - B . Tacoma. Wash. Edith M . Christenson, teacher. da)' nursery, Everett. Home. 2 5 1 7 Virginia Ave . . Everett, Wash. E l izabeth M. Dahl. teacher, Fife. Home, Parkland, Wash. Louise E . Dahl, teacher, Olympia. Home. 802 So. J u nett St .. Tacoma. Wash. Lorraine V . Dan ielson. teacher. Camp No. 3 . Shelton. Home, 740 I So. Oakes S t " Tacoma. Wash. Niles Davis (Mrs. Oliver G . Morris) , teacher, Su nnyslope School, R . F . D . , Port Orchard. Home, Shelton, \Vash. Marjorie J . Odin (Mrs. Charles M. Fallstrom ) . Issaquah, Wash. Mary A. Ellis. teacher, McLane School, R. F. D. I , Olympia. Home. Milton. Wash. George C. Galbraith, B . A . , Pacific Lutheran College, Parkland. Home. 2 0 5 No . Tacoma Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Dennis J . Gallagh2r, principal. Weyerhaeuser School. Home. R. F . D . 1 , Box 1 1 9 . Eatonville, \Vash. Alice M . Gibbs, teacher. Randl e . Home. 3 0 0 2 So. A St., Tacoma , \Vash. Margaret L . Grass. teacher, Greendale School. Home, 9 5 0 7 E a . E St., Tacoma. Wash. M. Carol Haavik. teacher, Eatonville. Home. 2 0 0 6 W . 6 5 th S t . . Seattle. Wash. Dorothea E. Hackerd, teacher. Tracyton. Home, R . F. D . 7. Box 3 1 3 . Tacoma. Wash. Grace H. Hanson, teacher. \Va ller Road School, R . F. D. 4 , Tacoma. Home . . 2 1 4 K S t . S . E . . A u burn . \Vash. .â&#x20AC;˘

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GRADUATES

97

Mildred A. Hanson. teacher. Toledo. Home. 4 0 3 8 Ea. J S t . . Tacoma. Wash. Gerald N. Hardtke. teacher. South Prairie. Home. Orting. Wash. Margaret I . Heggem. teacher. Chico Schoo l . R. F. D. 2. Port Orchard. Home. 7 0 1 6 2 3 rd Ave. N. W. . Seattle. Wash. Caroline H. HoJf. teacher. Orting. Home. R. F. D. 2. Everson. Wash. Lois May Hoffman. teacher. Camp No. 3 . Shelton. Home. 3 8 1 9 So. M. S t . . Tacoma. Wash. Eleanor A. Hoss. teacher. Kapowsi n . Home. 4 1 1 5 No. 27th St .. Tacoma. \Vash. Robert N. Hurlburt. insurance. Z. A. Vane Co .. Tacoma. Home. Dash Point. Wash. V irginia L. Jahr. teacher. Adna. Home. 2 1 4 Ea. Pioneer Way. Puyallup. Wash. Lena H. Jensen . teacher. M idland School. Home. 64 1 5 So. Mason Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. C. \Vilfred Jewell. teacher. Littlerock. Home. R. F. D. 3 . Box 3 8 5 . Tacoma. Wash. Ju ness Dell Jewell. teacher. Mukilteo. Home. R. F. D. 3. Box 74 1 . Puyallup. Wash. Lawrence H. Jungck. B. A .. Pacific L utheran College. Parkland. Home. 1 0 0 North St.. Sumner. Wash. Wa lter C. Kersten. principal. Concordia Lutheran School. Parkland. Home. 1 6 0 5 S o . L St Tacoma. \Vash. Robert E. K rueger. teacher. U niversity Place. Tacoma. Home. Orting. \Vash. Rodney J. Larson. special teacher. University Place and Ruston. Home. 444 E a . G I st St.. Tacoma. Wash. Torger J . Lee. teacher. Belfair. Home. 2 0 1 0 Lombard Ave .. Everett. Wash. Leola R. Lockwood. teacher. Lacamas School. R. F. D. I . Roy. Home. 7 0 9 Ea. 3 5 th St .. Tacoma. Wash. Mary F. Long. teacher. Federal Way . Home. R. F. D. 2. Box 2 9 6 . Auburn. Wash. M. V irginia McFadden (Mrs. Donald French ) . teacher. Harrah. Hom e. R. F. D. 3. Box 7 4 9 . Tacoma. \Vash. J. Arne Maki. teacher. Keyport. Home. R . F. D. 1 . Box 7 3 . Poulsbo. Wash. Merrie Jeanne Malcolm (Mrs. E. \V . Otti nger ) . 5 4 1 2 So. J S t . . Tacoma. Wash. Fales Martin. teacher. Shelton. Home. 1 3 5 So. 3 8 tb St .. Tacoma. Wash. Donald A. Mattes. teacber. Latah. Wash. Home. 9 0 9 E l m . Baker. Ore. Edna M. Megard. teacher. Blaine. Home. R. F. D. I . Ferndale. \Vash. Syl via E. Miller. teacher. Sunnyslope School. R. F. D. 2. Port Orchard. Home. 4 0 5 9 McKinley Ave Tacoma. Wash. Inez H. Nelson, teacher. Arletta. Home. R. F. D. 3. Box 7 5 4 . Tacoma. Wash. Elizabeth A. Ness ( M rs. Pat McHugh) . teacher. University Place School. Tacoma. Home. Volk Apts .. Tacoma. Wash. Doris M. Nesvig. teacher. Mossyrock. Home. 1 5 0 Valley St.. Seattle. Wash. Philli ;) S. Norby. principal. Burnt Ridge School. R. F. D . . Onalaska. Home. 5 09 No. 4 2 n d St .. Seattle. Wash. Hildu r E . Olsen (Mrs. Eugene Christiansen) . 1 4 0 2 So. Lawrence St . . Tacoma. Wash. E . Goodwin Olson, B. A .. Pacific L u theran College. Parkland. Home. Lacey. Wash. Jane F. Olson. teacher. South Prairie. Home. R. F. D. 2. Box 3 1 5 . Tacoma. Wash. Oak T. Otness. teacher. Yelm . Home. Petersburg. Alaska . Estelle M. Pellervo. teacher. Bay Center. Home. Naselle. Wash. Lorena M. Poland. teacher. Randle. Ho me. 1 8 3 3 Terry Ave .. Sea ttle. Wash. E l izabeth M. Reitz. teacher. Plaza. Home. Fairfield. Wash. Mary Caroline Richardson. 3 1 0 2 No. 3 0th St.. Tacoma. Wash. Orville R. Schlanbusch. B u ffelen Lumber and Mfg. Co .. Tacoma. Home. R. F. D. 3. Box 5 1 3 . Tacoma. Wash. \Valter R . Simonson. principal. Lakebay. Wash. Home. 1 6 9 Franklin. Astoria. Ore. William D. Skillings. 9 5 24 East E S t .. Tacoma. Wash. . â&#x20AC;˘

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98

PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE

Vernita M. Spooner. teacher. Lakebay. Home. R. F. D. 2 . Box I S O. Puyallup. Wash. Sylvia A. Stavaas. 1 6 1 2 Columbia St.. V a ncouver. Wash. F. Blair Taylor. B. A .. Pacific Lu theran College. Parkland. Home. Orting. Wash. Helen R . Taylor. teacher. Su mner. Home. Sumner. Wash. Murray A. Taylor. teacher. Allyn. Home. Orting. Wash. M. Thoralf Tommervik. B. A .. Pacific Lutheran College. Parkland. Home. Lake­ wood. Wash. Charles F. Totten. principal. Lacamas School. R. F. D. 1 . Roy. Home. Parkland. Wash. Frank Unger. teacher. Horace Mann School. Tacoma. Home. 6 040 So. Mullen St . . Tacoma. Wash. H;nmon L. Van Slyke. extension student. Pacific L utheran College. Home. Vaughn. Wash. Lorna G. Vosburg. teacher. Weyerhaeuser School. R. F. D. I . Eatonville. Home. 5 2 3 0 So. I St .. Tacoma. Wash. Pe�rl C. Walden. teacher. School District 1 0 4. S tevens Co .. Marcus. Home. Taco­ ma. \Vash. Rhys C. Wood. mechanic. Home. R. F . D. 3. Box 2 3 8 . Tacoma. \Vash. Candidates for Graduation- 1 9 4 1

Marie L o u ise Anderson . R . F. D . 2. Box 8 6 9 . Tacoma. Wash. Nina Anderson. Bow. Wash. E m ilie Ruth Benn ett. 6 1 1 So. Grant Ave Tacoma. Wash. Paul Albert Brincken. Latah. \Vash. R u th A rdelle Carlson. 2 3 2 6 Colby Ave .. Everett. Wash. Evelyn Mae Degerud. I S 0 I So. J St .. Tacoma. Wash. Ella Dorothy Schmidtke Dumas. 6 1 2 1 So. K St .. Tacoma. Wash. Bernice Esther Eklund. 8 1 6 Monroe St .. Hoquiam. \Vash. Beth Mae Fisher. Morton. Wash. James William Foss. 1 3 0 2 Ea. 2 6 th St .. Tacoma. Wash. Constance Alalie Solveig Fosso. Anacortes. Wash. Mabel Marcella Frederick. 3 3 05 No. 22nd St .. Tacoma. Wash. Ray Gabbard. R. F. D. 1 . Box 5 5 . Sumner. Wash. Eleanor L ucretia Gardner. 3 4 1 9 So. Center St .. Tacoma. \Vash. Marie Josephine Hughes. Electron. Wash. Lenore Ann Huntington. Parkland. Wash. Margo Edith Manley Jacobson. 6 1 3 No. I St.. Tacoma. Wash. Lenore Alene Jahlstrom. Winlock. Wash. Robert Joseph \Villiam Jensen. 6 0 9 Ea. Harrison St.. Tacoma. \Vash. Jeanne Jessup. Porter. Wash. Helen V irginia Johnson. 6 9 0 6 N. Vancouver Ave . . Portland. Ore. Norma Ruth Johnson. Steiiacoom. \Vash. Wilma Cecelia Johnson. R. F. D. 2. Box 5 0 I . Tacoma. Wash. Evelyn Bernice Knibbe. 3 6 1 5 Ea. E St .. Taco ma. Wash. Doraine LaBea u . 1 2 1 2 1 8th . Longview. Wash. Harry Edwin Lang. 4 1 0 So. 3 3 rd St .. Tacoma. Wash. Donald Gilbert Langert. 4 1 0 2 So. Thompson Ave .. Tacoma. \Vash. Douglas Hubert Langert. 4 1 0 2 So. Thompson Ave . . Tacoma. Wash. Albert Holmgren McCay. Deer Harbor. Wash. Marjorie Louise Nelsen. 4 0 5 So. Sheridall Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Irma Lorene North. 3 1 8 So. 3 3 rd St., Tacoma. \Vash. Viola Frances Norton. Yelm. Wash. Valerie Adeline Olson. 1 8 0 2 So. J St .. Tacoma. Wash. R u th Victoria Opstad. 8 2 8 Tyler. Port Townsend. Wash. Jane Wilhelmina Overaa. R. F . D. 1 . Box 2 2 3 , Spanaway. Wash. Laura Marie Payden. 2 1 0 1 Highland. Everett. Wash. Arne Kenneth Pederson. Lakewood. Wash. .•


GRADUATES

99

Harold Gerhard Peterson. 3 6 4 3 S th St . . Astoria. Ore. Edna Lucille Pulver. R. F. D. I . Burlington. Wash. Evelyn Lenore Rasmussen. Burlington, Wash. Roberta Clarice Robison, 6 1 7 2 0th, Longview, \Vash. Hazel Marguerite Rot i . 1 5 1 2 So. 5th St., Tacoma. Wash. Arlee Bernice Rutila. S 04 7 So. Steele St .. Tacoma. Wash. Gladrs Pearl Schmandt. 9 04 2 6 th St .. Anacortes. Wash. Virginia Lee Schreudcrs. 6 1 9 So. Anderson St .. Tacoma. Wash. Mabel Gladys Scott. Parkland. Wash. Martha Evelyn Simonson. 8 1 5 So. Pine St., Tacoma. \Vash. James Mark Slover. S 0 3 6 So. K St., Tacoma. Wash. Sally Jo Stacey. 1 1 4 3 So. 3 5 th St .. Tacoma, Wash. Evelyn Maric Sta fwick. 1 2 2 0 So. Grant Ave . . Tacoma. \Vash. V irginia Millicent Tegner. 3 1 S 6th Ave. N. W .. Puyallup. Wash. Frances Sylvia Wallace, l i S F St. S. E., Auburn. Wash. Esther Irene Watney. 3 6 1 4 So. Sprague Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Clara Emma Yuckert, 2 3 3 9 So. Cushman Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Bachelor of Arcs 1 94 0 Thelma G. Daniels. teacher. Parkland. Home. Parkland. Wash. \Vesley Gab rio. student. University of M ichigan. Ann Arbor. Mich. Home. Park­ land. Wash. Dorothy L. Kapphahn. tutor. 3 S 0 3 Ea. G St . . Tacoma, Wash. Paul Valdemar Larson. teacher, Parkland. Home, Parkland. Wash. Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts- 1 9 4 I

Nellie May Alton. Park Hotel. 8 0 2 A St .. Tacoma. Wash. Jane Martha Bergheim, 1 1 1 9 So. J St Tacoma. Wash. George Rud olph Broz. S 3 I 0 So. Oakes St .. Tacoma. \Vash. Kathryn Myrtle Blanche Cribb. 2S No. E St .. Tacoma. Wash. John Meidell Dagsland, R. F. D. 1 . Sandy. Ore. Marion V irginia Davis. Parkland. \Vash. Mary Jane Dedrick, 8 1 4 Ea. 3 S th St., Tacoma. Wash. Blanche Ethel Fish, Randle. Wash. George Church Galbraith, 2 0 S No. Tacoma Ave .. Tacoma. Wash. Gorden Sidney Husby, Stanwood. Wash. Lawrence Haase Jungck. 1 0 0 7 North St . . Sumner, \Vash. Frederick Martin Krueger, Ort ing, Wash. Peter Morton Londahl. Auburn, Wash. Earl Goodwin Olson, Lacey, Wash. Edward Carsten Pedersen. 3 7 1 1 So. Tacoma Ave., Tacoma, \Vash. Earl Wallace Platt. 8 1 S No. Oakes St. , Tacoma, \Vash . John Raymond Reid, Everson, \Vash. Aleda Josephine Seierstad, Poulsbo, \Vash. Sigurd Frederick Sigu rdson, 6 7 2 2 2 3 rd Ave. N. W., Seattle, Wash. Frederick Blair Taylor, Orting, Wash. Marion Thoralf Tommervik. L akewood. \Vash. .•


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Index Accreditation

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Administration ..............

Admission, Requirements for . .

Aim, General

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Auditing Conunittee Augustana Synod

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Band ...... .

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Bible

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Biology Board

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14, 38, 54

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Calendar, School Chapel

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Chemistry

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College Division .

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Confirmation

Instruction

Cooperatives

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Curriculum, Liberal Arts

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... . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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. . .28, 55

. . . . . . . . 18,

. .. .

Organization

Depository for Students .. . . . .

Development Association .

19

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(Bachelor of Arts )

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. . . . . . . . . . . 47

. .. . . . . . . . . . . . 18,

Curriculum, Normal

Diplomas

48, 77

.... . . . . 25, 49

. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .48

Courses of Instruction . ...

Departmental

23, 51

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Curriculum, High School

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16, 22, 61, 7 1 , 78

Composition. English

Degree

51

. . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . .38, 40. 41

Cla.ssical Languages . . . .

Debating

40, 54

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Civil Aeronautics

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Church Officials

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Christianity ........... .

Commerce

. 54

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Choir and Chorus

Civics

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Extension Work Faculty

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Fine Arts

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Faculty Conunittees ..

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Executive Conunittee Expenses

Fees

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Endowment Fund . . .. . .

Entrance Requirements

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Eligibility Rules . .

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Enrollment

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Business Administration . . . Campus

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English

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43, 50

Electives . .

Engineering

Book store . . . Botany

. .4, 5, 1 3

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Education, College of

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Education

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Board of Education .

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Economics

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Athletics

Dramatics

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Dormitories ............... . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 15, 56, 58

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American Lutheran Church . Art

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Alumni Association ...... . Application Blank . .

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Foreign Languages 18, 2 1 , 22, 23, 24, 50 Fourth-year Offerings French

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General Science

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General Statement . . .

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Graduates

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Government and Ownership ... Grade

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Health

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High School Courses

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Industrial Arts Information Insurance

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Home Economics

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Home Relations

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Historical Sketch

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High School Division . History

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Gymnasium

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Intersynodical Cooperation

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Journalism

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Political

Science

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Languages and Literature .................... 23

Pre-nursing ..................................2 1 . 33.

Latin

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Psychology ....................................3 1 . 35. 52

Liberal Arts. College oL . . . 20. 61. 71. 78

Public Speaking .................................. 27. 50

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Records and Reports .......... ....................47

Library Science ........................................33

Registration .................................... 3. 16. 47

Library

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Literatw路e. English ..... ...................... 26. 50

Regulations .................................... 16. 58. 59

Main Building ................. ........................... 14

Religion and Philosophy ........................ 28

Majors and Minors ............................ 17. 18

Room

Marking System ........... .... ................ 17. 47

Saga

Mathematics ....... ......................... 37.

Science .................................................. 37. 53

42. 52

Rent ................................................5 6 .

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Modern Languages ......... .................. 24. 50

Social Sciences .................................... 29. 5 1

Mooring Mast .............................. 55. 57. 60

Sociology ...... ........................................ 36. 5 2

Music ........................... ....44. 53. 56. 57. 58

Speech

Natural Sciences ...................................... 37

Student Body ...................................... 55. 61

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Normal Department ........................ 17. 84

Student Load ...................................... 16. 47

Norwegian ............................................ 24. 51

Student Organizations ......... ..................55

Norwegian Lutheran Ch. of Officers

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Student

Responsibility

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Students ....................

. ............. 14. 6 1

Orchestra ...................... ...............45. 53. 56

Summer Session ................ 3 . 4 6 . 6 3 . 6 7 . 7 1

Pacific District ....... . . . . ....................... _.4. 5

Swedish

Parkland

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. .................. 13. 60

Payments and Adjustments ................ 58 Philooophy ...............

. .............29. 31

. .. .............. . . ..................25

Teachers Trustees Tuition

........... . .. . . . . . . 7.

14

............... . ....................... 4 ......... :.............

. ... ... ....... .. . ........5 6

Physical Education ......... . . ..... . . . 33. 34. 53

Tutoring

Physics ..................

. ...... 14. 40. 54

Violin .... ...................

............ 45. 57

Piano .....................

. . . ....... 45. 57. 58

Visitors. Board of

... ................ 5

Pipe Organ ...... ....

. ........45. 57. 58

Placement

...............

Plant. Educational

. ......................58 .................................. 14

............ 57

Voice ...................... . . . . . ............ . . ...... ..... 45. 57 Withdrawal from Courses

........ ... . . .... 16

Zoology ..... ......... . . . . . ............ ............ .....39. 54


Pacific J:utheran College Park/mId (Tacoma) Washi11gton

APPLICATION FOR A D M I S S I O N 1. 2.

Name in fuIL- --- - --- - - ---------- -------(AVoid init1 aiS-�d abbrert-;rtlons )-Address

----

------

_________________ __ ________ _ ___________

----

3.

Date of birth

4.

State what schools you have attended, with dates and full time of attendance at each

_________________________________

Name of Institution

Location

Place of birth

as

-

-- -

-

far as possible:

Date of Attendance

Total Months of Attendance 19

19

to

19

to 19

19

to 1 9

19

t o 19

Date of this application

6.

I hereby certify that the above -named applicant is a person of good moral character.

(Signature)

--

______________________________

5.

_______________

--

-

(Student's Signature)

(Offic1al position, such

lIS

Pastor, Superintendent, Principal)

This application, when f11led out, should be forwarded to the Registrar, Pacific Lutheran College, Parkland, Washington


1941-42 Catalog Pacific Lutheran College  
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