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quarterly by Pacific Lutheran College 3t Tacoma and Parkland, Washington. sl'C'O"d·dass miLttu April 26, 1927, at the postoffice . t Tacoma, Washington, under the Act of August 24, 19[2.

FEBRUARY , 1942

VOL. XXI

Entered

.s

No . 4

"THESE ARE TIMES THAT TRY MEN'S SOULS" War "plirs Christians to daily repent ance , to humility, and to greater efforts for God and country. "[n God we trust." It is in this spirit that ,,-,, gratpf ull , report progress as indicated below. 1. Contrary to our expe tations , th stud nt enrollment at Pacific Lutheran Colleg . for the sixteenth successive year, sho, s an increase, despite the unavoidable falling ff in the ' econd semester. Last year 's total was 523; this year's, to date, i, 535.

�. On 'February 3, 1 942, the Executive Committee of the Boar d of Trustees y"ted. "because of the demands of the war emergency," to reco m mend "that the Board of Trustees grant the B. A. d egree in Liberal Arts in the spring of 1942." .·\pproved as a fonr·year College of Education in 1940, Pacific Lutheran College "ill, when this recommendation is ado pted by the Board of Tn"tec.-. also become a four·year College of Liberal Arts.

3. The Coll ege will revise and expand its Summer Sef'sion offerings in ouch a way as to effectu te it. p romise to high school graduates: "If YOLl �nro J] now and ea.n continue college without interruption, it is possible to earn you r B. A. degree in thTco years (and possibly less) by attendina the regular sessions and 'ummer � ssions." The C ollege is also in position to expand its offerings in the IIigh School i\'iBioD to offset withdra, als in the upper years of college, if war·time needs make ueh . hift f em phasis necessary or desirable. 4. Because oj war·time need, the ollege for the first time in years is soliciting the renewed or continued su pport of all who have ever given a dollar or more to the Development Association, in harmony with the published a ppea l of the Director of Education of our Church: "No sacrifices that Christians. members of onr Church. can make offer a promise of more lasting blessings than the sacrifices made in the intcrc t of our Christian colleges. It is through thes institution" that we as a �hllrch in the present crisis may expect to make our greatest ontribution tu the ·tdvan ement of God's Kingdom , to the support of OUT country's war effort, to the establishment of a perrrument peace, to the rebuilding of a world·wide Ch ri st ian civili'lllt ion, bringing freedom and happiness to all." 5. Payments on endowment pledges of 1927 are still coming in; library building pledges of 1936 are still bein g paid up; and the Golden J u bilee ampaign in its preliminary phases is prayerfully getting under way. Soli Dco gloria! "For Goel and counlr . ., let us try to do Ollr full dUly da} by clay!

PAID-UP ENDOWMENT PLEDGES List No. 16 Previous lists have made public the names of the donors of 1,290 paid·up Pacific Lutheran College hereby gratefully acknowledges

endowment p ledges .

the full payment of eleven additional pledge, which bring the total number of fully paid-up pledges to 1,301. Amount of Name Date Paid in Full Pledge Beck, Edwin ...... . .......... .. .................. ... October 25, 1941 .... ..... $ 25.00 Berentson. John . ..... ............ August 4, 1941 ............... 105.00 Brodahl, F. M. ...... . .. _ ... November 26, 1941 ......... 50.00 Davis, Esther .. . ... ................. . ..... September 20, 1941 . . . . . . . . . 50.00 .....October 10, 1941 Ekre, O. J. ..................... . . . . 100.00 Kopperdahl, George . . . ... .. . . . .. . . . ._. J anua.ry 28, 1942 . . . . . .. . . . ... 12B.OO Myklebust, Truman . ... . . . ...... . . . .... September 29, 1941 50.00 Peterson, ances E . . . ..... .._.... . ........ September 15, 1941 ........ 75.00


Swanson,

Peter

Trulson, H. Warness, J.

L. E.

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October 25, 1941 September 9, 1941

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Pledges paid in full since July 31, 1941 Pledges paid in full to July 31. 1941

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Pledges paid in full to January 31, 1942 Partial payments, all other pledges Total paid, January 31, 1942

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1,180.00 109,707.31

$110,887.31 38,603.56

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..$149,490.87

PAID-UP LIBRARY PL'EDCES List No. 2 The first list of paid · u p library pledges, published as of February 19. 1910, made public Ihc names of Ihe donor' of 1,888 pai d-up pled"e' 10 Ihe Pacific ·I.ulheran ColIerr" Librar Building. In III u bjoi n cd Ijst Ihe College gratefully acknowledge, Ihe full payment uf 2:)1 additional pled"'es, which bring the to l al number of fully paid-up pledges 10 2, 119. The total amount of these 2,119 fully paid·up pledges is "80,554.77. Partial � aymcnts on ad di tiona l pledgeB IOtal � .5,.51't.06, increasing the total 'l"ll recei\'ed for Ihis project up to and inclllding February 5, 1942, to "86,068.83. It is estimated that the College needs an additional $20.000 to complete the building , whieh has been in parlial uoc since May 1, 1939. The completion of Ihe building is on" of the four main objective of the Golden Jubilee Campaign, now in progress. The College respectfully and earne�tly solicits the conti n ued coopen!tion of its friends in this neGcssary enterprise. 'anu:

Dall: Paid in Full ami Amount 0/ Pledge:

bner. Don. A.. Feb. 14. 1941

5.00

G. C, J.n- 24,

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1942 1940

5.00

Sept. 30, 1940

10.00

An d e r son , Herman, J una! 6, 1911

25.00

I xandl"r. Anderson,

Hilm;l, A:strid.

A p r. 9.

And!!cson, !vIr. & Nics. O. N., Sept. 20, 1940

25.00

Anonymoui'. July- 20, 1940

25.00

;:,bhtO,s Wor ker s' Union. Sept, 9, 1940 A.u�nhm, Fred, July I, 1940 Bakers of Washington. No v. I Z, 1940 Barbe ' Union. No. 158, July 20, 1940

Bergland. C. E.. Jan. 18. 1942 B.rg,<rom, Ellen M., July 20, 1940 Grace, Nov. 4, 1940 Boiler Mak.ers' Union, No. 568, Sept. 9, 1940 __ ___ . Boot & Shoe \V/orxen.' Uaion, No. 173. Sept. 9. 1940 Bowdi,h. Mrs . Thos. E .• Jan. 24, 1942 29. 1941 Brockway, Geo.. May . Brook.<. \V.ll.to. J.n. 24, 1942 Burnett Bros., Feb. 29, 1941 Burler. Mrs. C. H., Jan. 24. 1942 Carpence-rs & Joiners, United Brotherhood of. No. 470. Aug. 2. 1940 .3rpet & Linoleum �Iechanlcs, Sept. 27. 1940 Cl"htrJll Labor Council, July 26, 1940 ChristehSE."n, Walter, Apr. 19. 1941 Connor's Electric Shop, A pr , '5, 1941 Cooks', Waitl"rs'. \Y/aitresseli', & Bartenders' Union. No. 61. July 12. 1940 rowe, Harry, jan. 24. 1942 D'g,land . Edna. Nov. 7. 1941 Dahl. Eli beth. Feb. 2. 1942 Doh.!. H. L. J.. Nov. 26. 1941 Dahl. J. N .• Feb. 8, 1941 0 •• 15, 1940 Dahl. S. E.. DeB erry. ?vlrs. Linka, June. 28, 1940 Doc , Dr. Charles H., June I. 1940 Downeon, Ruth. May 9, 1941 Drawley, Mr. & Mrs. R. W.. Aug-. 9, 1940 Dtuty. Charles, July 20. 1940 doh.rdt. Mrs. D. J., Jan. 24, 1942 EIl"ctricaI \Vorkers, Loc;)1 No. 483. Sepr. , 1940

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Ellis, Geo. J., May 9. 194t _ ___ Elnt·ss, Frank. A pr . 5, 1940 Enestv('dt, C. C" in memory of N. j. Hong. Apr. 12. 1940 Enesrvedt, C C., Nov. 27, 1940 __ Far West Bride: & Tile Co.. Jan. 24, 1942 Fenander, Mrs. JCJ.n·Ivlarie Fowler, Feb. 23, 1940 __ . _ __ _ _ _ Fimr. G. Elizabeth, July 15, 1940 Flint. Rachel. June 8, 1940 ___ _ _ Flotre, Daniel, july 15, 1940 Flour & Cerea l \Vorkers' Union, No. 19157. July 27, 1940 ___ Folco. Joseph. Ocr. 10. 1941 FO$� Launch and Tu& Co., IVlay Z, J 940 Friend, A, June 19, 1940 _ Friend, A, June 4. 1940 Friis. El izabeth. Dec. 13. 1940 Furnirure Workers' Local No, 1719, July 26. 1940 F)'nboe, Mr. & Mr>. C S., July 2. 1940 _ Gaard� Conrad, J;m. 23, 1942 G.ard, Grace, Jan. 23. 1942 Gallal'l:her, Dennis, Ma}' 9, 1941 Gas Fitt(:!rs' Auxiliary, No� 82, Oct. 14. 1940 Gerde., Aag or, No ..... 9, 1940 Gjertsen, lvIr. &. Mrs. G. H., Sept. 27. 1940 Goplerud. Inga. Sept. 27. 1940 . Gove, M rs, C. R., in memory of Paul A. Pr<us, July 31. 1941 __ . G"hn. Mr. & M rs . C A .• Aug. 26, 1940 Grass. M rs. W. F .. Aug. 9, 1940 Goay, H"old F .• Dec. 5, 1941 Grel!nwood, G�orgl!, M;t.y 20, 1940 Goiffin Fuel Co .. June 6. 1940 _ Goov,. Op.l. J u l y 5. 1940 Gulbr.n>on. O. C. Feb. 2, 1942 H••v i k. M. Carol. Oct. 14, 1940 _ Haga . Mrs. Hilma, Nov. 7, 1941 Hagen. O. 0.. May 23. 1941 H.gen. Me & Mrs. O. 0., Fe b. 28. 1941 Hag.nm, Mrs. Itene D.hl. Julr 25. 1941 H.n,en. H.. Jan. 24, 1942 Harvey. Roben, Jan. 24, 1942 _ Hauge. Ovidia. Nov. 7. 1941 Haugen. Donald J .. and family. in memory of Paul A. Preus. June 15, 1941 Helmer. Dr. G. H.. June 17. 1940 Hild",b"nd. Wm. R.. June 12. 1940

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10.0 0 Hllmo. �1Jrg;Htt. Nlar. 15, 1940 Hod Carri e r ... ·. B uil di ng and Corn ma n 25.00 Laborers' Union. No. 252, A ug. 2, 1940 30.00 Hoff. Cnoline H .. Nov. 26. 19-11 25.00 Hoken ... d. M. T .. ace. 4. 1940 �O.OO Hoken,ud. Rhoda. Nov. 4. 1940 3U.00 Has>. Ida Mae. Dec. 23. 1940 5.00 Howick. Nh.rvin rvI.. Apr. 5, 1941 60.00 Ivtrson. Pl"t c r A.. Sept. 27, 1940 1.00 J"k. Gene. June 2B. 1941 50.00 Jacobs. Kenneth. Jan. 27, 1942 5.00 J:lcob. Mrs . Stella Samuelson, J::I.n. 17, 1942 40.00 JacoblOn, n):tela, June 8, 1940 5 0.00 JJ.cobson. Evdyn, Apr. 5, 1941 20.00 Je n sen, Lena, July 3, 1941 30.00 orm'3n. July 12. 1941 Jens...n. 2. )0 Joe.r..:. Dr. Lawrence E. E.. June 7. 1940 30.3B Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. B. M. . Ivlay 27. 1940 1.00 Johnson, C. H . . Jan. 24. 1942 Johnson, Mr�. lvIabt'l. in memory of 10.00 Arthur F. Johnson, Apr. 5. 1941 30.00 Johnson. Marie L.. June 14. 1940 50.00 John,o n. Roy A.. Dec. 23. 1940 30.00 Jonl·z. H i nton 0. . M. 0. . Sept. 20. 1940 30.00 Karlson, H. M., Oct. lB. 1941 15.00 Kniffen. Dorothy. Apr. 5. 1941 10.00 Knutzen. Rev. A. J .. Jan. 4, 1941 Kvaase, G. J., and aS50ciate�. in me.m· 3.00 or.... of Paul A. Preus. July 31, 1941 20040 LJ.b� Advocate, Sept. 27. 1940 10.00 Llndo. Norma, F.b. B. 1941 200.00 Langlow, Ann. E., Feb. 2. 1942 5.00 L:u...cn. Alvina M., June 28, 194 t 10.00 Larson. Paul. Nov. 9. 1940 L:lthen.' Union, Individu.lI members of. 33.00 No•. 29, 1940 _ _ Laundry Worlcent Local, No, 42. Sept. 9, 25.00 1940 20.00 Loc. Torger. Aug. 4, 1941 15.00 Leland, Ann. M.. Apr. 5. 1941 10.00 Lon g. Mary. Apr. 5. 1941

Lumb�r & Sawmill \X'orkecs' Union, No. 2681. Ind ividual members of. Oce, 'it 1940 Lu nd. Mr. & Mr>. O. 0 . . AU8. 2, 1940 Lunde. V ivian. Aug. 8. 1940

Machle. Mary. Feb. 2. 1942 Mann. Chas. F. A.. Feb. 2. 1942 1"L1nou�m;. JO:lnn:l, June 22. 1940 i\.fartinson, Hartvig. Jan. 3. 1942 �1\ltch Factory Work ers' U nion, No. 2039B. Sept. 20, 194U M ath ias, C. H. . Jan. 24. 1942 Matson. Ruth. Feb. 14. 1941 Mawson. Mrs. Er hel I., Sept. 9, 1940 McCullough. Evelyn, Jun. 21. 1941 McCutch:ln, tvIelvin. Nov. 1 '.5, 1940 Megard, Edna. May 9. 1941 Mikkelso n. Anna. Oct. 5. 1940 Miller. Elizabeth. July 5. 1940 Miller. Louise. Ju ly II. 1940 Mill.r. Port i•. May 31. 1940 ,rillmen's Union. local No. 1689, Ju ly 27. 1940 Moen. Luth« J.. Se pt. 7. 1940 Morris. Mrs. Geo.. Jan. 24. 1942 Morton. Loi� lV lay. Sept. 9. 1940 i\rlunicipal Employees' LoCil. No. 12'2. Oct. 14. 1940 Murph\,. Dr. G. J .• May 9. 1940 Myhre. Bert. May 29. 1940 Myhce. Mr. & Mrs. Carl. Feb. 2. 1942 Ne lson. Mr. & Mrs. David T. Ne lson. Palmer. Apr. 10. 1941 Nd"on. Petu. June 4, 1940 Ne.. , Mrs. Ann a, Feb. I. 1941 Nes.. Gust. Oct. lB. 1941 N,"�Yig. Doris. Nov. 27. ]940 i�l,!;en. An na M.. July 2. 1940 Nygard. Mrs. Nin a. Nov. 15. 1940 Offio� Workers' Union, No. 20360. Stot. 9. 1940 Olson. Dori, E.. Apr. 5. 1941 Ol.>on. Mdv;n R. . Feb. 14. 194 1 Ol so n, Neva A.. June 14, 1940 Operating Engineer,' Union, No. 612. Sept. 11. 1940 Ord.l. O. L .. June, 13. 1941

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Pflueger, JeS!e P .• Jr .. Oct. 5, 1940 30.00 Pflueger. W. A., June 6. 1941 20.0U Pierce County Employel's. Local o. 1.20, )0.0·) Sept. 27. 1940 Phsterer�' Union. lndividual members o f l Nov. 29. 1940 198.00 Plumbers & Fitl�rs, Local o. 82. Aug. 2. 1940 _ 10.Ou Pre us, J, A. 0., in memory of Paul A. Prou,. July 31. 1941 12.,0 P reus, �Irs. J. \'VI.. and children, and Koren, Mrs. A. H" in memory of Paul A. Preus, Jul y 31, 1941 5.00 Prcus, M"rr Louise. July 16. 1940 10.01) 10.00 Preus. P.ul K.. Feb. B, 1941 30.00 Puyallup Pr.ss. Mar. 15, 1941 5.0 Qua,,- Mi lla rd. Feb. I. 1941 25.0 Raymond. ivl r. & Mrs. Burt. July 12, 1940 Reierson. Mr. & Mrs. R. S., Ma y 9, 1940 5.01) Richardson , Florence E., July 29. 1940 5.00 Riv('cc(', Edith A.. J:lO. 24. 1942 .50 30.60 Rorem, !'vlrs. Helen OLo;en, Ap t. 5. 1941 R oss. Nc-vella. Jan. 11. t 941 5.00 Schi�rm:ln. �1r. & !vIn. J. Alvene, 10.00 Oct. 6. 1941 Schmandt, Roy. June 6. 1941 50.00 1.00 Schmitl. Alberta H. . Sept. 20. 1940 Scholer. Herman. Jan. 24. 1942 .50 Se a rs. John. Jan. 24. 1942 1.00 Shingle: Wea vers' Union. No. 25'5 0. 21.011 Nov. 27. 1940 10.00 Simonson. \�(!a[ter, Jan. 13. 1941 Solem . Matt. Jan. 24. 1942 1.00 25.00 Sovde. Mr. 8< Mrs. Obert, Mar. 20. 1941 15.00 Sp ooner, Vernita. Nlar. 8. 1941 30.00 Standard Auto Work!!, Apr. 19, 1941 30.00 Stark. Helen. Nov. I. 1940 Steiro. Norwall A.. June 3, 1940 30,00 16.0t.l Stonestrum, Mrs. Anna. Mar. 19, 1940 1 ;.00 Storaasli. \V. T.. Oct. I. 1940 Strand. Arne. June 6. 1941 25.00 Str:lllb. lVirs. Kenneth. Jan. 24, 1942 1.00 20.00 S t uen. Elizabeth, Apr. 10. 1941 75.00 S unn y.ide- Dairy. Nov. 26. 1941 Sutter. Fred, lvl:ar. 2 I. 1941 5.00 75.00 Svare. Rev. T. 0 .. Oct. 2,). 1941 T :lcom.l. Association of Technical Engineers Olnd Architects, Local No. 70. Sept. 20. 1940 _ 5. Tacoma Building Trades Coun cil, Jun. 2B. 1940 25.00 Tacoma Marine Supply 0.• Feb. 1, 1941 4;.00 20.00 Tayer. Frid.l S., No v. 15. 1940 Taylor. Evelyn. Apr. 5. 1941 20.00 Taylor, Murray A.. Jun e 6, 1941 15.0 Teamstets'. Chauffeur.'. & Helpers' . Union. Sept. 9. 1940 50.0 Temme. Robert S. . Co.. Mar. 20. 1941 15.00 Thomp son. Ed. B. . Aug. 2 3 , 1940 39.00 Thompson . Margaret E., Aug. 4. 1941 30.00 Thune, Elmer T .. Sept. 13, 1941 2 5.00 10.00 Tollef,on, Harold M., Ju ne 22, 1940 Tollefson. Mildred A., June 6. 19�1 30.00 T ron ,da!. John. Oct. 14. 1941 30.00 Tronson, A. 0.. June 14. 1940 6.00 Tunnard, Gertrude, Jotn. 13. 1941 __ n.oo Ulrin�. O. H .. :md associatcs. in memory of Pa ul A. Preus. July 31. 1941 2.50 Van H oven. Ruth. JunE' 8. 1940 6.00 Van uuven. John G., Dec. 5. 1941 7500 Vigus. Mrs. Wm. . Jan. 24, 1942 .50 V osbur g. Lorna G .• Nov. 27. 1940 15.()(l Wa lker, Mrs. F. E.. Oct. 23. 1941 50.00 \Vashington S t.1te Employees, Loc;tl No. 53·1. Oct. 5. 1940 5.00 \'(fam. E. S.. M.y 2. 1940 15.00 \Vegner. E. W., June 6. 1941 75.00 Wendover. Mrs. Joyce, Jan. 24, 1942 _ 1.00 Willis. St anley, June 6. 1941 25.0 Wiprud. A. C .. and family, III memory of Paul A. Preus. J uly 31. 1941 2.0t! \X'iSl�. LVIn-. S tanford, Jan. 24. [942 .50 \Vi,.. Mrs. T. C .. July 1 2. 1941 5.0 \Vr},e. Rtrt. J a n . 24. 1942 1.0<)


PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLECE FACES NATIONAL DEFENSE (From The Golden Jubilee Bulletin, February 2, 1942) For almost fifty years the College has contributed to American life by training Chri tian home-makers-defenders of American civilization Of late years it has furnished the public schools with hundreds of Christian men and women who have helped influence the youth in of the right kind of citizenship_ Thus, in a ery real sense, has the engaged in

at its source_ fine teachers, the direction College been

Tational Defense.

Now These Defenses Are Threatened \X1ith ninety percent of the world engaged in a death struggle between paganism and Christian civilization, the inner spiritual defenses of our land are threatened as never before. The current war is not simply a war interested in material destruction-grave as the threat of such destruction is-but it is interested in the substitution of a new way of life, the heathen, materialistic, autocratic way of ultimate destruction. AND, UNLESS WE CAN NOW FIGHT TO PRESERVE A CHRISTIAN AMERICA, THE FIGHT ITSELF WILL NOT BE WORTH WHILE.

A Twofold Duty Faces Us As Christian citizens we are, therefore, faced with a twofold duty: TO PRESERVE CHRISTIANITY, and TO PRESERVE THE KIND OF A ST TE IN WHICH CHRISTIANITY MAY FLOURISH.

Intelligent Planning Is Urgent Courage and vision are at a premium these days because all matters of defense are URGENT. The forward look which the approach of the Golden Jubilee Year 1944 stimulated has already become focused in well-laid plans for a major effort to build a GREATER P. L. C. to serve the >,oung people of the Second Hal f Century_

What Is The Golden Jubilee Campaign? It is an effort to raise at least $150,000 net for Pacific Lutheran College by asking every member of every congregation in the Pacific District to give as milch in cash or pledges as possible by Pentecost 1942, and to ask as many gen rous people as we can find inside and outside the District to give gifu:s of or more each in the Big Gifts Campaign, which is already under way.

$500

What Will Be Done With The Money Raised? The money raised will be used for four purposes: -To pay some of the College's most troublesome debts, and to provide, in general, greater financial stability. -To build a new Girls' Dormitory and heating plant as soon as路 conditions pernlit. -To complete the library building, by providing it with needed steel stacks for the books, finishing the inside walls, floors, etc., and putting on other finishing touches-all as soon as practicable. -To equip the newly purchased Beckendorf Residence with hospital beds and other equipment so it may be used as an infirmary for students who may be ill.

A Slogan Outmoded In World War No. 1 we became familiar with the slogan, "Give till it hurts." Let that slogan be outmoded! Do not give till it hurts; give past the point of hurt u ntil you reach the deep-hidden point of inner satisfaction that comes from having done your utmost for the ultimate welfare of your fellow Christian of the rising generation. . .. If that be "high pressure," SO be it!


College bulletin 1942 february