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Meet Your Class Rep !

1 948 1949

Afton Hjelm Schafer 7819 25th Ave. E. Tacoma, WA 98408

195 4 Oscar Williams 471 7 27th St. N. E . Puyallup, WA 98371

Lester Sloraasli 4 1 16 East 88th Tacoma, WA 984444

Rev. WILBERT ERICSON and his wife, Leona (Wigen x'52) are on their 24th year as missionary teachers in northern Japan. In addition to their missionary work they are both teaching English at one of the uni v e r s i t i e s i n Hak odate and at one mission school. Since they have been in Japan they have helped the Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church deve lop th.ree self-supporting c o n g r e gatIOns and are now helping with the fourth group. They will have a two-month leave next year and hope to visit PLU and the Northwest. THEOL and ANNA HOILAND (Anderson x'46) are living in F r a n k f� r t , G e r m a n y , w h e re Theol IS pastor o f T r i n i t y L u t h e ran C h u r c h a n-d F i e ld Service Pastor in Europe and N e a r East for the Luthe ran Council in the U.S.A. (LCUSA) providing Lu theran services a U . S . mi litary bases in eig h t countries. (At bases where no Lutheran chaplain is assigned.)

Pre-20's Theodore Gulhaugen 864 Po l k South Tacoma, W A 98444

20's Clarence Lund Wbeeler South


Tacoma, W A 98444

Early 30's Ella Johnson Fosness 2405 62nd Ave. N.W. Gig Harbor, WA 98335


Late 30's Otia Grande 1 1 1 1 14th Ave. FOl{ Island, WA 98333



1958 G.

James Capelli 8116 88th Court S.W. Tacoma, WA 9849

1 955 S. Erving Severtson 921 129th South Tacoma, WA 98444

Th e h i g h e s t d i s t i n c t i o n awarded to psychology practi­ t ioners by th e i r p r o fe s s io n , Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, has been awarded to DR. S. E RV I N G SEVER T S O N , PLU professor of psychology. The final step i n the e x t e n s ive qualification process involved a d a y -long examination in Los A n g e l e s b e fo r e f i v e s e n i o r Diplomate level psychologists. EILEEN (Tervo) MICHEAU is finishing a three-year term on a citizens' advisory committee appointed by the Portland Schoo i Board. Her main interest now is in t h e feminist movement. H e r husband, Ken, has been a n agent with Farmers Insurance Group for 20 years and their children Jennifer, Damon and Monte ar all in high school. They live in Portland, Ore.

Delbert Zier 914 19th Street NW Puyallup, WA 98371

1956 Phil Nordquist 721 S. llSlb Tacoma, WA 98444

195 1 Howard Shull 416 21st St. NW Puyallup, WA 98371

1943 W E N Z E L T I E D E M A N has retired from a life-time of school a d m i ni s tration. He has been principal in several of Tacoma's schools, the last one being Park Avenue schoo.l. His teaching career started In Tacoma Public Schools in 1946 having moved to Tacoma from Belfair, Wash., where he also was in the teaching profession. He plans to do some traveling with his wife, I'Lee (Rod '44) and do some relaxing at their summer home on Hood Canal but they will continue to liv in Tac o m a . T h e y h a v e t h r e e children, Carol Gustafson who graduated from PLU in '67 a son Daniel, who will be a se ior a PLU this fall and another son Mark, who is in construction work in Tacoma. They also have two grandchildren.




LeR oy Spi tur Route 5, Box 260 Bremerton, WA 98310


Barbara Carstensen Thorp 810 1 19th South Tacoma, WA 98444

1947 Edroy Woldseth 921 Tule Lake Road

Tacoma, WA 98444

Donald Morris

GO�DON MEESKE is finishing up . hlS 25th y�ar of teaching bUSIness educatIon subjects. He spent two years at Eatonville High School, one year at Davis High School in Yakima Wash. and t�is i � his 22nd 'year a FranklIn HIgh School in Seattle ' Wash.


DR. M. ROY S C H W A R Z accepted the Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Awa rd for WAMI on April 1 8 , 1977 at the annual meeting of American College of Physicians in Dallas, Tex. This is the first time such an award has been given. LAVERN WEBER is the new d i r e c t o r o f O r e go n State University's M a r i n e S c i e n c e Center i n Salem, Ore. He is a professor of fisheries and will �on�inue .some part-ti �e teaching In fISherIes at the Umversity of Oregon in addition to his new position.


Anita Hillesiand Londgren 3101 North 29th Tacoma, WA 98407

RONALD A. KITTEL of San Leandro, Cali f . , rece ived the degree of Doctor of Theology granted upon recommendation of the Graduate Theological Union Berkeley, Calif., on June 1 2 1 97'7 at Pacific Lutheran Theol gical Seminary, Berkeley, Calif. BARBARA ( B eckner) GROENVELD and husband are living in Walnut Creek, Calif., where she is teaching in Mt. Diablo District as a learning h a ndicapped teache r . Her husband works for CalTrans as a R i g h t - o f - Way A g e n t . Last summer t h e y vac a t i o n e d a t Hanalei, Kauia, Hawaii for three weeks and this summer plan to go t o E u r o p e , s p e c i fically t h e Netherlands, for a month to visit h e r h u s band's fa mily. Their oldest son, 15, will srend the s u m m e r t h e re l e a r n i n g t h e language and working i n t h e greenhouses with his cousins. Pastor and Mrs. GERALD W. ST. JOHN (Phyllis Jensen '57) are living in LaCrescenta, Cal i f . , where Jerry is pastor o f M t . Olive Lutheran Church. They moved to California from Carson, Nev.

Early 40's Carol Haavik Tommervik 820 S. 120th Tacoma, W A 98444

OOllg Mandt Route I, Box 470 Sumner, WA 98390

DONALD MORRIS, principal of Clover Park High School for the . past six years, will transfer, at his own request, to a district-wide position in Clover Park School District 400 effective for the 1977-78 school term. Don will be assigned to responsibilities in the business services division of the school district. He joined the Clover Park School District as assistant principal in 1962 and was promoted to the Clover Park principals hip in 1 97 1 .

1960 Lois Anderson White 1801 Lynnwood N.E. Renton, WA 98055

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