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Pacific Lutheran College Bulletin Dorm Fand Contributions Bit $31,137

Drama-Music Festival Set For May 6-9

ty

and

Thursday through Sunday. May f)-lI_

toward the furnishing of rooms and

ma and painting has been en hu las­

1\iost of the gifts have been $50U

Reservations for the coming festival

Friends

of

the

college,

The

chu!'eh

have

contributed

cash

..

which is the cost of furnishing one

room. Some have given enough to furnish two rooms,

or one or

I

amounts also have been I-eceived_

"We are exceedingly grateful for which

hll.ve been made without any organ­

e

program,"

Presi­

dent S. C. Eastvold said, "and we wish

to

tlhank

these

many

fine

friends and groups for remembering UII in this wonderful way."

A silver or bronze plate with the

name of the donor(s) will be placed

Karl \Veiss, chairman

vlted to ('on tribute to the Dormitory Building Fund. Your gift will assLst our

present

futur

and

�tudents adequate lJOusing. You can thus help in producing more of the

DORMITORIES GOING UP-The steer work has been completed on the two new dormitories being erected on the campus at a cost of over one million dollars, The building frame pictured above is that of the men' s dormitory, The photograph was taken from the roof of the Chapel-Music-Spe.ch building,

Steel Work Is Finished; Brick

lind state.

The complete list of contributors

lo the fund is as follows:

$:l,nDO-William

Friday, May

cornerstones

worth, Ohio.

W ads

-,

.

$5QU- PLC

Brown

and

Al u m ni

Haley,

Association;

Tacoma;

PLC

Dormitory Aux. No_ I, Dr. and �\irs.

S. C. Eastvold, ParRlanL1: ,\OIl'. and Mr'!'_ J. T. Enge, Parkland;

dent;

T.

Olai

A Stu-

Hageness, Ta('oma;

DL and ;\Olrs. PhIlip E. Haug-e, Park-

land;

bur';

E rling B. T. Jurgensen, \Vil-

Anne E. Knud on, Pal'kland;

a Marn Nielsen, Parkland; Ann and Mrs. ReUben f Cli ford O. Olson,

]<'ink,

Mr.

Odessa; Ml.

Parkland;

and .Mrs. Bm'! H. Raymond, Ta con\!1.;

Pacific District, ',vomen's Mis-

sionary Federation; Dr. J. P. Prlue-

A. W, gel', P ar kland; Rev. and Mrs.

Ramstad,

Parkland;

M r.

H, H. Rieke, Cashmere;

and

He v,

Mrs.

and

new

and

of

noor

trustees will

be

present,

they will hold their annual spring meeting

Thursday,

crete floors were being poured when

will

staying

bhis pubikatioll went to press.

pic

"1

first pa n 01

th,'p"

to

expected

II' re

mnnth'q

jnh thp

MardI. Exterior walls

c

c

Musi -S " ee l l The

men's

building.

dormitory

I

t

It will have t,,-o big lounges, one 011

for the resident. hea.d. Two men will The 218 teet long women's dorm i-

campus,

Mrs. Herman E. Anderson, Sr., Ta- desks. (ContintHld on Page Four)

cabinets

Picture

and

windows,

4

by

feet, will give adequate lighting.

which

t here are

are

gratefuI'''

toward

the

"tor

continued,

scholarships

ary of the college next October_ President S. C. Eastvold,

the dedication of the two new dormitories.

college_ All former students, graduates and friends of the college are invited to be with us for tho&e great days of celebration and

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made

toward

as

which

deserves

college

the

and

board

college

ot

wiII be conferred upon five Luth erl'fill reeeive degrees

who

Those

Rev. Gaylerd Falde, Los Ang eles,

'I 1

Church. Rev. O.

L.

Haavik,

Stanwood,

\\Tash., superintendent of the Josephine Sunset Home.

Rev.

Ervin

E.

Krebs,

Chicago,

lll., director of Negro Missions, Di-

vision

of

American

Missions,

tionaI Lutheran Council.

Na-

i

Mrs. J. C. K. Preus, Minneapo l s,

Minn., author and authority on Nor·

wegian-American Lutheran Church

history_ Rev.

Wash.,

S.

Conference, Church.

L.

S'wenson,

president of the Augustana

Seattle, Columbia Lutheran

the

study

Cl )J U

who desire to sing.

The four-day affair w ill end with

a g I' e a t worship servi e

8unday

morning with a guest paRtor gi\"in�

the sermon.

Tickets for the festival are now

$7.50 and �10.00. Reservations m ay Last year's festival opened with a

Thomas,

President S. C. Eastvold will leave

trip to California. He is scheduled

scholarship funds at the college in

throughout the state.

individuals

have

in

theil'

wills

L.

concert by Tho mas famous

baritone.

Wfllter

Abel, Broadway and Hollywood ac­

had the lead role In the dra­

tor.

rna tic speetaeie, "Noah," Directed by Dr.

night.

on It'riday

8tanley

Chapple, the Seattle Symphony or-

chestra appeared in concert ::laturday afternoon and evening. The restival

sang

chorus

German

Requiem,"

Brahm's and

ma.gnifieent performance.

it

"The

was

a

Art, Too

Prof.

George Roskos of the

art

department put on a wonderful exI11' b'It af art depicting the artistic

conceptions of GOd through the ce n-

turies. He h ad an ther exhibit of the II' 0 I' k s

of

contemporary

(Continued on Page

rUsts

Four)

27 in :\it. Olive Lutheran Chur h,

and the campus April 12 on a three-weeJ{ Santa Moni ca..

action of all of Olll' congregations.

stipulations

I

decide(1

the

Lilt::: ('oiieg� t'IluJl' anu ("·LYl Ub,

To California Is Next on Schedule

.set

up to speak at several chureh events

for

a

specific part of their estate to be

I

been

T e

('horlls is made up of members

youth to obtain assistance. This is

their own name. Otners have made

In commenting on this coming event, Dr_ Eastvold stated, "We

ha«

president of

the

ar­

of Prai$e."

President Eastvold Kept Busy; Trip

Some

17, with

it

commeneement

n

Several congregatIOns have set up

es

Dean

want to make this one of the greatest events in the history of our

been

the college gives

a service to the youth of our church-

Present plans call for the festivities to get under way Thurs· day, October 14, and to reach a climax on Sunday, October

have

the contributions

scholarship programs enabling their

Philip E, Hauge and the faculty committee are busy making the

_

\oVe urge others to

permit.

arrangements.

thanksgiving to God."

ehurch

many scholarships as its budget will

Elaborate plans are being made to celebrate the 60th annivers·

Mendel ­

Sing

others in the student Jody and stall

on

TTpon the recommelHlation of the

President

h schularships,"

exceeding ly

Eastvold

scholarships,

For October 14-17; Dedication Is Included

will

committee

"H y m

Calif., president of the C alifornia D is t r ic t, Evangelical Lutheran

In addition to

Gala 60th Anniversary Celebration Slated

f es ti l' al chol'll!3

ssohn's

unless we can assist them with ade-

states

able to deserving students."

10

In the evening the

symphony will again play. and the

the morning, and Dr. S. C. Eastvold,

faculty

l.' onti llue aft.er t.his school year

organizations.

individual

tra as soloist.

brilliant

('ampu,;,"

beds ,,"hich convert into settees dur- have a larger scholarship fund avail-

medicine

Lutheran Church,

there is a possibility that a famous

include:

Olll'

follow their example so that we can

Central Lutheran Church, Tacoma;

artist will appear with the orches­

S. C. E a s tvo l d, "who wiII not be able

.

which have bepn made by interest-

ing the day, wardrobe type closets,

symphony

PacHic DiRtrict of the Evangelical

of Trustees and is pl'esid�nt of t.he

eacb year.

Mr_ and Mrs. Walter E. Young, Park- c10us study-bedrooms equipped with Edward A. 'Morken. Genesee, Idaho;

afternoon a

orehestra \l'i11 give a eone .rt, and

shall give the baccalaureate ser mon

ed individuals, groups anL1

la,\l d; Dr. Paul E. Bondo, Parkland;

Symphony Chorus

Sa t.urday

be made by writing to the eollege.

contributions

These dormituries \\'1\1 have spa-

knoll'n

Fo�s is chairman of the PLC Hoard

that

:Mrs.. Kelmer N. Roe, Parkland; M.I', space for trunks and luggage.

and Mrs. T. R. StuhlmiIler, Quincy;

w .1l

an leaders at commencement.

Dr.

storage

adequate

some

of

play.

on sale, and aI'e in two price range ,

" Ve \

Each building will have laundry

\l'i11 work with a student east in the

preselltation

trustees, honorary doctor's degrees

cial aid throug

two students.

noon, May 30, at 3: 30 o'clock. Dr.

rangements,

next fall if thev can receive nnan-

There will be an apartm�!lt for the

Tn rhe evening the stage personality

president of the ('allege, will give

The lurther development or g" hol-

wh ic h has been so successful in the

past.

a program of interpretative reading

held the same day at. 11 o'clo('k in

Funds In Need - h-Ing Of RepIenls

to

plan

general program

givell by a star of stage and screen.

The baccalaureate service will be

many fine students 11'110 wi i l enroll

house mother. Each room will house

aull

the

·

q uate ",'holarships. And

be availab le for the use of women

facilitie ,

I

to

tory will house 130 stuL1ents. It wi ll have two loung es, one or w hi ch will the

and

"C h 0I'arSDlp ft

on

live in each room.

orr

6, for

needs of Paci[ic Luthel'an College. ' . There are a lot 01 I"me stu den t 5

floor. T h ere wiII be an apartment

living

May

over

<lrship fund" ig on e of the critical

the first and the other on the secone!

studen

be

spri ng festival.

"L"-

is

shaped and wiII house] 20 students.

I

sam e

open the festivities Thurllday eve­

exercises to be held Sunday after­

as

joists for the three-story structures

have the

ning. Friday afternoon there wi11 be

the address at the ('ommencement

Members of the college board

tors of the festival. They

ably a nationally known pianist, Iyil\

Dr. H. L, Foss or Seattle will gil'e

college are invited to attend this

wi ll be ti ol id br ic k eight inche,; $l,OOO-Emil R. S tuh lmiller, Ed- thick. The briC'k will match that wall \VaRh.; Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nit'- llB ed on the e x t e ri o r of the C hapel-

man, Spokane, \Vasb.

two

historic event.

1 in time

rra:mework

the

gin at 11 :00 a,m. Friends of the

for the opening of the school year. steel

for

The rites are scheduled to be·

The mi11ion dollar building project

'l'he

7, will be a "red

dormitories will be laid.

on�truction on the two new dor­

Bricklayers

YOLlllg,

and

ot the depart­

A concert by a great artist, prob­

To Give Commencement Speech May 30

letter" day on the campus, The

Goes On Next will be completed SeIA.

I Foss

Dorm Cornerstone To Be Laid May 7th

best leaders hip tor ChUl'Clh, home has been completed, and the con­

J,OOn-·A friend.

campus

ment of music, are again co-direc­

Readers of this Bulletin are In­ mitories is proceeding on sehedule.

giving

on

of the department of speech,

on the dOOI" of each room,

in

held

Profs. Theo. O. H_ Karl, chairman

the I

four lounges. Many gifts o[ varying

s o li i ta tton

be

have been earning in all year.

given $5,000 to furnish one of the

ized

Drama-MusIc

annual

tically received the past two years.

tOllr study rooms. One friend has

all thelle fine contributions

will

This great festival or music, dra­

pled·ges in the amout or $31,137.:l4 lounges in the n w dormitories.

tbird

}" esti v al

groups, students, alumni and facul­

used for scholarships.

Definite dates at this writing in-

chIde 'preaching in San Bernardino tlvice on Sunday, A pril 25, in the

parish of the Rev. Clarence Benson;

Dl'. Eastvold gave a series of t,'f'o'

lectures to

the NatIonal Lutheran'

Council pastors

in the Washington

area at the Lutheran Bible Institute

on

Monday,

F'eb.

I,

Jan. 25,

respectively_

and

The

Monday,

general theme of his lecture waa "The Pas­

\�e have a number of foreign stu- addressing a Luther League rally in tor and His Spiritual Life," Pasadena Sunday evening, April ::15, A committee of three represent tries as Iraq, Jordan and N'orway. and speaking at the Women's Mis- ing the Board of Trustees met

­

dents in attendance from such coun(Continued on Page 1"our)

sionary Federation convention April

( Contlnued on P lI:e

Four)

with


2

Page

March,

PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEG E B ULLETIN

1954

Norwegian Couple Successfully Combine Work and Study Program

Choir of West TraveIs I- n Aprl-I

The

Viking

spirit

of

advent ure

IH'ogram

t" t' ' wasn't the sole property of the , DUl'lng the Irst days 0 AI}n I , the ' k " ' f' N or semen who sailed the seven seas . . C I1011' 0 the eo II ege s weII - -nown . , . out of Sea ndl llaYla West " WI'II tak e a 11Ine-(I ay tour 0," . , , Cato and Solyeig Gud-brancisPIJ, �-tci t ies 111 \Vash 111gton an d 0regon, , . , . vear-old newlyweds at Pacific LuThiS 58-yolce a cappeIIa group IS , , ' ' t' theran College, are c ase s III P0111t. t I On 0 once mol';> under the d Iree . " ' '1 ' I ImmediatelY . after their reeent Gunnar J .. I v aI m111, 11'10 Professol in Skien, Norway, they marriage u N i dying y orwa n spent Itl. t year st im migrated to the United States to under a ' ulbr ight scholarship.

, centuries ago, they said.

deen,

gave

concerts

ngeles,

in

and

audiences in all

tour

)Iac e s .

theran

Chureh

Grandview,

11:0U

Sehool

Auditorium,

\Vednesday, April 7-Central LuEugene,

theran Church, . 00 p.m.

ji'riday,

I

School Auditorium, Silverton,

�eelJJed

I

Sunda.y,

I·egan.

-:1 In.;

April

J 1- St.

Chureh,

Lutheran

11: UU

Centl'a� Lu t h eran C h u r e

Pllrtland, Or l:: 6 0 n, 8: no p.m.

h,

wid

The

June

The

Service

mon

couple in

I

C;ltO'�

in

be held

the

Ltiad r b hip Training School will be

"7

I

3104

kets:'

sales

I

Glad-

And

American

AYe.,

campus with all of its facilities has b een tumed over to this organiza-

tiOlt. With the overflow crowd, it theran \Vorlli arrange

Augustana

Luther

2 i

stol'es

Federation

meeting

e vent.s will be held here during the

League

Hummer - Parish Education Work-

the c ollege campus Aug. �2 to shop and Luther League Leadership

I n c lusi ve. Rev. Rodney E. Ol s o n Training School.

present president, Route 3, Box

15, Mount vemon, Bishop

Hans

In the c ourse of the last ri\'e year,;

I1

0

Patine Lutheran College is grate-

fnl for the wonderful finan cial SlIPport

it

has

received

thro u g h

students

three

haye

major

been

medical

Cniversity,

have been taken to open up additional

substitute [or the vaClOuum tube.

In the eX[leriments bping conduct­ make

to

new

ge rman ium

P.L.C. graduates attending meci­

eom­

ical

Reule,

Field Representative

-

progress being made on the pro.ieet,

manium or�'anic compounds and tile

rietel'lnination

l

ties."

the ntl tion. Many 0:f' the f' rlell d s give

pro per-

Asper,

and

:\ othstein, H ona l rl Rieke,

Roy V irak.

Eugene Three

fall. Tbey are: Elmore Duncan, ])on­ aid Keith and Roger Larson.

I

.J ens Knunson is st udying at the . . . . . . ( Ill v ers i ty of Southern CaiItorllln under the $1,500 Hancock l<'ellow. �hi p, and i s dOlllg research 011 tne

.

('uniers of the bllhon' (.

ll

II

Festival May 6 to 9 (Continued from Page One)

whic.h attracted mueh interest and

praise. T he painting,; were on (Iis­

play throughout th e fe s ti val.

For months Pro[essor J{OSkOH has

eon-

been at work planning thi s yea r',;

synthesis

mittee planning the [esth'al include

chemistry majors, al'e

exh ib i t. whieh will include works by dueling the experimentti, nnder the well known l iying artists. and a ('oisupervision of Ramstad and o Isen. At present t.hey are tr-ying to isol ate lection of hi, tori e al paintings. tl'iphenyl germane and tetrapeny[ ylellll>ers ot' t.he exeeutive C OIll­ methon.

.

physi c'al

Philip Myhre an<1 David Roe, t.wo

senior

the gel'mane

yean; from it many f n'end s aII o ,' e r

of

Paul

s eniorti have been aceepted [or next

not be ' ( on ( 'erned about the applit:a-

W. A. \Vood1<. west;>rn fie .. Jd rep-

William

Strandness

\Y. Ram-

. I lit! t1'1<1 ' I f 'IeI(. I" ' tlle 1Il( lIon 0 f I't- III

include:

Donald

Kauth,

knowledge about gerProfs. A.

sehools

Paul Braafladt, Grace Foege, .J a mes

pounds. thus adding to the common

said

l1Iedic al schools for the in-

crea.sing student group.

ed at PLC an attempt is being made

aLlon, Visiter! the Parl,lan<i campus

I

Want to HeI p 0 ut '

in

schools--Northwestern

r-ially i� in eleetronic:s. where the

I !'f·�er:.t.a���,P� of t!�c Ho c�i.I'�h {;,H'iiO::-

:

Here's LOlst of Needs

m e d i cal

pla( • eel .

('ompound is used in t.ransistors, a

I'·

hayen't seen or heard ot' anyt.hing

8. If YOll

your dues.

are

by

the

direc.t

In this pro cess, vaporized

President

S.

C.

Eastvolel,

De a Ii

organic componnds. (ortho-ehloran- Philip E. Han ge, Dr. Eri ch C. Knon,

9. If you are

I

I

This Bulletin was written and edited by Milton Nesvig, Director of Publicity,

alumnus.

an it

member

of

p ay

lege for the use organizat.ions.

an

for

Augnstana Lutheran Church in the

FOR

PLC

homes, remember Pacific Lutheran

College in your prayers.

e hurches

o[

this

fice

of

t.he

and

no eharge

40-minute

To obtain tlle pi cture, write:

]0 . Seholarship Fund_

\\'hen you ha ye devotions in yo ur

use

the

of

There is

nI i llimeter talki ng pieture.

Columbia Conference, contribute to the Organ Fund.

PRAY

I ashington _ . Lilja ot Germany

will be the main speake r at a Lu-

13

w orld

Two .Ev angel ical Lutheran Church

Leadership Conference will be held

on

mar-

to be held here September 1-3.

for

rooms throughout the entire area. The

rirug

'

eet to make new organic- COOm[lOll nd.s

vention and 1,000 vi sit ors will be present as wei!. The entil'e college

to

were

methods

incI'easing annually at the col lee-e.

the l.:niversity of Oregon awl t.lle metal. One o[ Its c hi e f lIses commer- l- v rsity ni e of \Vashington. Steps

"We

like that." they declared.

as

siona l schools has been very high.

,,-hieh i� called. "Syn thesi::; of ger-

country.

p re-med ical

In spit.e of this increase. JllaCemellt� Pac-!1'llo or those students in various profes­

the

They had read so muC'h about ,,-ild this

o[

dents in the healing arts has been

recently. He wa,; pleased wi til tile

in

number

regularly and liberally to th e var- iline, et .hyl bromide) are passecl over Rev. Roy E. Olson, direetor of Pub. . . i ous neeris o[ the InstitutIOn. metallic germanium in t.he presence \it' Relations, Prof. Karl and Pro t'. for Solv e i g . '1n No rw ay they sell The college neecIs t h ese regu I ar . . . or a r-atalyti r; agent (meta-IIi silver) \Veiss. The [acuity committee innothlllg but dl·ugs. In th country �� girts and mo re new gifts to eontinue ( · J u rles Ylb;� Gmce 13loomquist, .Prof. in electric furnar.:e. they sell almost anytiling. she said. ' . I tS ever WI'd elllng program 0f sery' P I-Of. Ramst.ad. who is head of the Rosko�. and .\ 1'1 I ton X es Yl g, dire c to r "And we do not have soda foun- . . Ice t0 chure h an d nat'IOn. bl" pu o c hemis t ry department, lelty. f states that tain�." she added . Contributions are needed for the there is a great deal of interest on Negotiations Underway Differences following things: the pal·t of the modern college stuXegotiat.ions have been nnderway "Your American system of educ .a I 1. Debt reLiremelll.. for some time to obtain the a !'tist dent in the field of ( ' hem istry . tion is mu h dif e ent Lhan ours, c f r " 2. Roll Call a.Il(1 Development As" We have abou t ;:;0 studen ls ma- who will appeal' in the festival, but t hey said. "\Ve study a subjeet tor sociation. joring i n the [jei<l at. the present uo de fi ni te names are available at several years before we get an ex3. Dormitory Building Fund - time," he said, "and t h is is a v ery this writing. The y w i I I be an­ amination, and the test grade is the $500 furnishes one 1'00111 for two high percentage of the t. ot al student nounced in the very neal' future Oll e we get for the. e ntire course of students- �5, OOO furnishes a lounge. body." through the eolumns 01'. the. church study. " 4. I" orei gn Students Scholarship and seeular press, and over radio 'fheir eoneentrated program of Fund. and television. CH RISTI AN E D UCATION Ft LM study, �ix hours a day, six days a 5. Endowmem Fund. Rehear sals have been started by IS AVAILABLE AT COLLEGE week, didn 't leaye much time fOl' 6. Student Loan Fund". An exc ellent motion piet.ure on the festival ehorus which will sing e xt I' a - curricular activities. "We 7. A eollege hospital, or infirm- C hristian education entitled, "The with the symphony Satnrday evehave an active student goYel'llme n t ary. Di fferen e e," is available at the col- ning. Ab out 150 voices are in the

e convention. It is expected that

necessary

em­

all like her,"

were something out of this

2,000 del egates wil! a tend the c on-

be

Sol veig's

said, 'and we have no su pel

eattle, W shington, is in charge or

wtll

our way

sales per y ear in our stores," Cato

Grange

\Vestern

to

sens. "Fe deral laws permit but two

will h ol d its annual convention on

Nelson,

.Johnson,

American

the P 'ific Lutheran College eampJune ti to 11, i nclusive. Mr. A. liS

Lan;

adjustment

He

c oll ege s ('an equal, let alone

The

thought we would get. out of that

made the

depenclable.

quite a snr p r i>;e to the Undbrand­

;:<'II OO!.

State

Cato Gudbrandsen

teen-agel's

very

J

been

well as o t.he r pre-professional stu­

('hemistry de pa rt m ent, "and we ,,-ill

f ..

techni-

now

Ilave

be tter.

stad and R. C. Olsen of the eollege

.

hospital

Lutheran College ch emistry depart-

manium,"

ear alive," tlley said.

is

art::;

Corporation,

obtain mOl';>

cheeker at t.he tounter." he sai(t, he

the

are

built. up t.o a leyel whieh few libemI

"The purpos e of this project is to

. "

medieine,

c :ians and nurses

I knowledge of ehemistry.

J:�nd{Ji:-

he said.

11'''-,,;"

\Vashington

II�trv!d

job. "The ('ustomel'S

�tone, Oregon, is i n ch a.rg e ot the

T

:li�!o-j·-Ci·.

'William

Stnclent

300 West H ere ford,

...

ployer, say s she is doing a terr i fie

be

IIeI (I on th e coII ege campus J une � . ' ' July 2. me dB . I US l ye. R ev. Ed Ba�eler,

Good Worker

son, is Illeased wit.h the newcomer ' s

will

I h L utheran C HIre

I

coun tr y but a few

of lIoing things in a hurry."

will

I

tUitiO!1

work. "'oNe ha ye him working as a

wIth board and room, and the meetwill

this

ths.

erinary

Germanium, mined from t.he eart.i)

I II

grades, which is remarkable for a

will be ente rtai ned at the College

.

them

to obtain

P.L.C. for medicine, denti,; try . vet-

a� ore. i� a very rare and expensiv

ne\'er

out, the Gudbrandsens had avel'age

.June ) I ilt 7:30 p.m. The delegates

�lJlon BUJ'1 (I'mg. . The Amen(;an

gave

whieh

students

The pre-pro[essional eurricula at

San

from germanium.

\Vhen mid-semester grades eOl.P.A

b el d at Trinity Lutheran Churel1 on

ings

college

Knudson,

ment i s engaged i n a research proj-

work pays for their board and room.

14 to 18, inclusive.

Communion

We

JoAnn

l-nder a grant of funds from t.he

Rese arch

seholnrships, and their after school

its ('onvention on the P.L.C.

( mpu:;

�o fast.

clerk in a Parkland drug store.

"and

Church

go

coma supermarket and Solveig is a

The Nort.hwestern Distri(;t or the Lutheran

PLC

w orl( s III a Ta­

in lotal stores. Cato

Several Summer Events Scheduled Alneriean

to

and

Chemists Get Research Gran I

auto mob ile

college.

i ast fall and obtained employ m e n t

O re­

Helens ,

through

sllort order. they enrolled at

Saturday, April 10-AstoJ'ia, Ore!::on. 8: 00 p.m.

way

Overcoming the language barrier in

Field

: UU p.m.

gon,

fi rs t

ington ;

_____ _ _

Solveig Gudbrandsen

Oregon.

9-Eugene

United States.

Their

istry at the State College of W as h-

SOllthA,rll California.

"\Ve had ne\' I' seen SO m any au-

their

[or

C(.hools of this countrv, medl'(�al v , The

Fernando, Calir., has been granteli

tomobiles in our lives. and t l ley ail

\york

Philip

\Vashington ,

of

�ehools to

admittance

one in zoology at the Univer�ity or

home in Brooklyn.

Salem. Oregon, 8 p.m.

Aprll

aI

by friends who t.ool( them to their

Thurs(lay, April 8-Parrish School

Auditorium,

t. or

book keeper

They were met at a New York pier

Auditorium, . -00 p.m. Ochol'o

,

ride in this country was tile mo,;l I harrowing experience of their II'e8.

Monday, April 5-Pendleton, Vert

: OJ) I>.m.

a

s

here much liifferent than they <o.n­

'hurr'h, Ken llewi ek , 8: 00 p.m.

gon.

,,-as

ticipated.

Riehland, ::: 30 p.m.; [<'irst Lutheran

Tu �day. April 6-PrineviIIe, Ore-

Solveig

l ather

"

,;aid. But they found a few thi ngs

Chief .J oseph Jr. High SchOOl, i

:

111

The Gudbrandsens like America.

theran Church, Yakima.

a.m.:

The most difficult 1)[ the pro[es-

sional

NI y h 'e ' Tacoma. has been given an max imum annual admittance for the

"Everyone is so friendly here." they

Lu-

4-Emmanuel Lu­

u

next school

a,;sistantship

America Friendly

Lutheran Chu r e b , Seattle.

Sllnday, AI)!'il

hiS

wo rked.

thAY left for th

Friday, April 2-Phinney Ridge I 3-Central

l

1' L' niversi t_Y

He mar ried th", couple just berore

as follow>;:

April

.

rAtary [or the Inner )' [ ission Societ.y .

Tile itin erary for th . e April tour is

Saturday,

gr

a

granted one in mathematics at the

, " " "II l "

loeal business. Her father i� a Lu. theran pastor and IS a traveling sec-

Bremerton. They were received by enthusla�t.ie

a\

i g

in chemi str-v at the m a J' ori ty o[ medieal schools is well . \\ holesal e s ' ame u n i ver S ity. under one hundred. The ratio of �tu­ . me a t and f I sh eslabltshment 111 David R oe" Parkland has been dents applying to those admi tted is ' . . . Sklen, a city of 15.000 111 h ab lta n ts ' l awarded an assistantship in chemabout lS to 1.

Aber-

Poulsbo

Port

'

Janet K lippen, Parkland, has been

, . P n or to com111g to Amenca. Cato

On the last weekend in January, choir

u

l

and that's abollt all,

, "

,

Arts � : : �:��;� �:��:: �� :�� P g ro ram Grows ;:: � GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS

i t antghiPf; [or the

wa�

iReaI-Ing

FOUR SENIORS RECEIVE

en e ,

stude L t body . and a few rel tglOu s 0 1'-

(Cato

president) , ga l1 J zatJ On ;;;

.

j

e

I

------

Pr e s ident,

Padfic

16

I

Take your

loyely

P.L.C.

slImmers

are

tended

last

.

camp us

where

Eas t Yold

has

personal

said,

t.he

year's

"The

plaudits

Lu- have recei ved from those

u m mer studies on the

cool.

Dr.

and

ton.

by

Commenting on the com ing r esti-

val,

ot'- letters

t. heran College, Parkland, \Va�hing-

I

gronp which is being di r e c ted Prot Gnllnar J. Malmin.

festiyal

we

who atis eyi-

den('e of how mnch this means to

the people of the Paeific Nor thwest.

\.ve are l ooking forward t.o another th ri lli ng festiYal this spring, and we

"

illyite om' friends to be presen t.


n

O

a

fall m e e t i ng o f the

t h e annual

('01-

lege board of trustees.

a \:era ge.

almost

on

a s s ets,

our

i ncreased

per

� 2 !) 0 . O O O

W I t h n o year [a i l I n g below a

the

y:ar

U � O .-

000 n e t -g a i n ." he s t ated.

D r . E a s tvold t o l d t h e board t h a l

t h i ngs go

this

e x p e c t erl d u r i n g

a t;

c O l-

t.he

year,

and a e a d e m i c

fiseal

ir

our

I I'

w i th the exc e p t i o n o f t h e new loan the presi d e n t also came a

reIlort Oil

t.he progress o f t h e

two

A t te n t i o n

" r pase

in

was

calle(1

to

this

f'nroll m e n t

m e s t e r to 9 2 5 s t u d e n t s .

tlle

b u i l d i n g is

the

first need.

Thp ('ollege also n e e d s a s m a l l h o � ­

property

of home economics eourses. J)r.

ELC

d i re c t o r

of

gel ieal

h igher e d u c a t i o n ,

Such

a

c u i ts

. �!

1 ! : ! '. . :

., ., Q ! -. :": •. ••, .' .' ., . '.,.

:�.::: t ," , "

���-

e x p a n s i o n s h ou!(\ p e n d i n g r:lI t h e r a n •

.

l lI erger:; become a rea l i ty. T he board i m pressed.

deeply

\Ui ,;

pr e s s e d

s i n e e rp

gr a t i tnde

the

u n i-

vers i t y would embra cp the semi. . 1e EI lIal'le� a ll (I ( ' 0 II eges 0 f tl � , C , as

and

of

tlle

ELC

for

an

ChUl·rh.

I

ELC

monies

C o l l ege

i n g tit l l t ion �

t.o

in

..� O l' U l �

Paci f i e

K a lPI'e s i d e n t

Ill e t

all d

a n ll t h a t i t be prepa re o to m ak e re('-

in

J'pganl i np;

s ] J ri ll � In

e ntire

the

to

PLC's

po s i t i o n

m ee t i ng.

Reso l u t i o n

recogni t i o n

of

t he

wa>l p a s s e (l :

" \V ller ea s. Dr. S. C . Eastvold h a s e o m [l l e t e d and

(' ra ted

l e � dershil) d n r i n l?;

( · o l l ege. PLC

the

o(

Dr.

i n to

The

I

I I

10 y ea rs o f c o n s e-

e m i n e n tl y PLC.

time

a n rl

avenues

of

phenomenal

yo ut h of t h e Pac- i fic N o r t h w e s t a nr!

p roperty

College 2. I t

used

be

reco mm en d e d

be

of

an

E d u c a ti o n

to

board

and

th a t $ 7 5 , 000

C hnr�h

I

del'

to

be

in

the

of

o f the a s-

I mm a n l l e l

cuit

o u r i n s t i t u tion

have

in t h e pro(,ess of e v e n greater de-

v e l o p m e ll t , a nrl w h e re a s , the monies

provided for p a s t d e ve l o p m e n ts have i n grea t e s t m e a s u re b e e n gathered

by Dr. E a s tvolcl. a n d w h e re a s ,

the

illvolv-

divided

between

the

C o e u r d 'Alene Homes and the pro-

posed

been greatly e n h a n C' efl. alld al'e n o w

p r e s e n t. b u i l d i n g expansion.

shall

the Paeil'i c N o r t h w e s t .

K a l i spell.

of

c i r-

1. All t i re assets of t h e S pokane

w i d e r a re a s , a n ( 1 w h ereas, t h e ph ys a s sets

both

to onr s e t s o f t h e Spok a n e C o l lege I) e . gUlde d , granted t o P.L.C. , and t i re rema i n-

gro w t h a n d effe d iv eness a m o ng tile ical

by

were

t.l'l l s t e e s of t h e Eva n ge l i c a l Lu ther-

wherea s ,

has

m o ti o n s

unanimously

c u i ts :

B o a rd

suceeRstul

of s e r v i c e

E a s tvold

fol lo w i n g

passed

E a s tv o l fl's I

Dr.

l p a d e r s h i p the fol l o w i n g resoln t i o n now

met \\- i t h the e i rclIits.

board

a t.

iVl orken, board member,

A.

E.

A l l parishe s were

Sunset

in

Home

p a s tors a n d delegates y oti ng-.

All

except

one,

at

t he Spokane c i r-

represented,

pari s h es

31

w i th

present an d

in

the

I n tel'-

Re\-.

Reidar

Da ehlin.

and

Hocky

advi sory member. Dr. Orville Dahl,

to

the

foresight,

consecration

of

f a i th

ollr

be-

l o v e d p r e s i d e n t, and w h e r e a s , above all

else,

the

spiri tu a l

tone

of

our

(' ollege has not o n l y b e e n c o n ti n ue d

o n the foundation of the "faith of our

founders."

s t.r e n g t h e n e d

but

and

is

has

been

eyer

being brought

t o frui ti o n in the l ives of our young

pe o p l e as he h a s s tood firmly o n o ne

Dis tric t

p r e s i d ent,

at-

tended the Kalispell meeting as a n

d i rector

resented

of

higher

the E.L_C_

education. board

c a ti o n at both meetings. PUT

When

and

P LC you

IN

YO U R

m a kp

your

of

edu-

WI LL last

will

testament, you al'e i n vi ted

i nc l ud e

Pa cifi c

to

Lutheran

C o l l ege

the c a u s e o f

training

wisdom, now

the y o u th o f our land for C hr i s ti a n

God

" T h e refore,

is

be

t.he it

begi n n i ng

resolved

of

that.

li brary.

Among the a l·tides w l r i e l! are k e p t there

are

memoirs, a n d papers o t . l eaders, o f f i e i a l ads, con-

c hu r e ll

grega t i o n a l histories, PLC corpora­

I

tion m i n u tes for the tirst 1 0 .veal' s . . Ol" .t l Ie I ns t I· t u t l O n , al1fl a cOlll p l e t e

1

�;;�r�;l �e r�';��:: v " c " "

I < T l 'l " . t-. "

� ; 1 C' 0 " f-l 1 C y\ . � 1-,.l ; ". . \ " : '"" ·

, , . . . . ,.

1 "

help

the

further

benefactors.

l e a d e r s h i p i n t h e worlrl.

This

will

as

pos s i b l e

currieulum

by

and

by

E_

H a uge.

H e l e n H uus

D r.

College Presidents To Visit Campus

of Pennsylva n i a , will t e a e h a t bo t h

of the sumlller s e s s i o n s . M is s Huus i s known nationally for her wOI'I{ in the

She

field

of eleme n t a ry

e o n d u e ts

stitutes.

edu c a t io n .

annually

worksh ops, a n d

tra i n i n g

Ilrogra ms.

several

in-

HUllS

re-

I

in-serv k e

Dr.

Dr. \Vi l s o n C o m p t o n o f New Y o rk,

[lr e s i d e n t o f t h e C o u n c i l for J<' i n an­ cial A i el t.o Ed�lcation, I n c ., w i l l v i s i t

t h e c a m pu s T hllrsda y. M a rch

18.

D r . Co m pton, f o r m e r pres i d e n t o r

W a s h i ngton

I • • • • I IW1:F

I:II ;'I;@;&.$@:1W�iIfi.I�2;'j

S t a t e

C o l l ege,

will

s p e a k a t (ile m o r n i n g ('hapel hour. Then

he will a d dress a meeti n g of

the Associa t i o n

ed

C o l l eges

J

the

.., , ,

of

and

'Va s h i ngton.

state-wide

i nstitutions

C r e e k Water

of

Xon-Tax-Support­ l- n i v e r s i t i e s

orga nizati o n higher

in

ot

10

lea.rning

w h i c h have banded toge t h e r to seek

A Stllrly o f the m i n u t e s [ r o m t h e

e a r l y da y s o f P LC re \' e a l s t h a t t h e I

fi n a n eial s n pport from i n d u s try. Re­

C lover

c h u re to a l l corpol'ations in the state

('enLly the association m a i l ed a bro­

college wa s loea ted on t h e b a n ks o f Creek

order

in

that

there

might b e a n arleqll a te water supply

I

{or t h e s c h ool. The el'e"k n o w i s dry IllOSt of t.he yeal'. Board for s t u d e n t s

w a s seven c e n t s per day. a n d if a

I n w b i c h the needs of tbe s c ho o l e w e re effeetively p r e s e n t e d . I n a ll e l i t i o n

to P . L . C . , s c h o o l s i n

the orga n i z a t i o n i n c.:i u d e :

T h e Col-

student attended a n e n ti re year, he

l e g e of Pllget Sound, Gonzaga U ni-

board b i l l .

,H a r tin's C o l l ege. W a l l a \Va lla Col-

would get a 10 When

work

versi ty,

c e n t refu n d on h i s

on

the

college

purchaser!

produced

buildi n g.

i to

s a w m i l l,

a

for

lumber

own

and the

S ho r tly after t i re ('ollege corpora-

D r. M e l v i n S. M o n s o n

c- e i ve d h e r docto r'� degree from t h e l' n iv e r s i ty of C h i c a go . This

coming

summer

she

edition

m i n i s tra t i o n .

w ri t t e n

a ll

mostly

eight-page

paper,

Nor wegian

in

a nu

was p u b l i s h e d in April, 1 8 9 1 , by the

T a p-oma T i d e n d e P u b l i s h i n g Co. The

Revs. Bjug Hars tad, t h e f i r s t presi-

d e n t . a n d Peter Langseth were e d i t-

ors

of

the

monthly

whkh

they

termed "a pedagogical l i terary and

was i n t h e C a l i fo r n i a B u i l d i n g , Ta-

pieture w i th

the

caption.

Ave., Taeo ma, 1 8 90 ." To

begin

w i t h,

the

"Pacific

publieation

was largely a promo tional organ for

in it

1894,

now known as PLC. Later

became

and

Lu t hel'a n C o a s t.

the

was

Pacific

a

c h nr c h es

Today

it

is

news on

Lutheran

organ for

the

known

as

the

in Portland.

The ChUrch i s the mother of edu-

cation,

for

edUcation

received

start through the C hurch.

its

C o l l ege, Holy

the

na tion

Rev. LOddi9S Spiritual Emphasis Speaker . t G. Loddigs , T h e Rev. Herbel

p a s-

speaker

for

tor of C o n c o r d i a Lutheran C h u r c h ,

Los Angeles, S p i ri tual

to 1 2 .

was

the

Emphasis

F eb.

Week,

'I

P a H tor Loddigs enric hed h i s mes-

sages

by

drawing

on

experi -

h i ;;

ences i n the m i n i s try a n d a s a m i s -

II Rev . a n d

NIl'S.

a s prisoners

in

Loddigs were h e l d

t he P h i li p p i n e s by

tile Ja p a n e s e [or 3 7 months. After while

in

the

war,

the

C o m m u n i sts captured

serving

China,

tbey had to flee for t h e i r l iv e s when the

iu which they were working.

c i ty

T he

will

s � lrools

meeting

lB

presi-

a t ten d

with

Dr.

alumni reunion

h e l d on the eampus.

co m a public s c h ools. �l i s s C a rmody, and

March

The a nnual

of read i n g i n s tr u c t i o n from the Ta Xorthwest

the

Coll ege.

these

of

Elect Board Members

us is M i s s Harriet C a rmody, tl i r e c tor

,V e s t siona ry to C h i n a . D u ri n g World \Va r

\Vestel'll Lutheran a n d i s published

8t.

Alumni Hold Reunion ;

A n o t h e r t e a c- h e r who \\ i l l be w i t h

Pa c i f i c

\Vhitman

Compton.

tion. a n d also i n e ur r i c u l u lIl a nd ad-

w h o is well k n o w n throu g hout t h e

ano

dellts

will

teaeh cour s es i n e l e m e n t ary educa-

was

U ni v e r s i ty ,

� a m e s C o l le g e . \Vhi t w o r t h College

t i o n w a s f o r m e d . th e Lu the r an U ni -

v e r s i ty Herald was begnn. The first

Sea t t l e

lege. Sea ttle Pacific

c o n stru c t i o n

of w h a t is 1I0 W Ol d ;\l a i n bega n , tlIe

Herald

among

of

college

rep- the i nstitution fou!1ded i n Parl,laml

s u r e fOll n d a t.i o n b e l i e V i n g that the fear

the

the

as p o s s i b l e . " s t a t e d Dean P h i l i p

to

coma. T h e first edi tion has a large

pastors

and

due

p e r taining

to

g e t t i n g a s m a n y v i s i ting educato rs

poi n t

delegates present a n d voting.

27

M o u n ta i n

deep

local

session

s u mUler

adding

our

s o c i a l m o n th l y . " T h e e d i t o rial offi c e

ing n o t l e s s than $ 1 ,0 3 5 , 000. is pri-

lIla rily

to

M o u n t a i n c i r c u i t were represented with

"\Ve are try i ng t o make this as Une

a

The ar�hives are located i n a fire-

proof v a u l t in

the

ehure h

the

docu men t s

this area."

ill-

5. Feb. M o n t., Dahl (01' h i s pl'(,sen t a t i o n . A m o t i o n · i s pell, wa s p a s s e d t h a t the e x e c u t i v e c om- . S . C . E a s t vol rl, D r. H. L. 11'oss, m i tt ee st \ l (ly th e i d e a of a u nivers i ty chairman of t h e board o f trustees ; o m lllellri a t i o n s

,historical

d r-

a t S Il o k a n e a u d t h e

:l

Xegotia tiol1s are uncleI' way w i th

several o t h e r w e l l-known educ a tors.

h i s to r i e s ,

a d lli tion

tw o

t i o n of C h i l d re n ' s Art.

a n d e u l tnral eenter f o r all Lutheran

col-

T h e S p o k a n e c i r e n i t m e l, in con -

vention Fe b.

the

t.eac h

s c h o o l a r t , and a c o u r s e i n E v a lua­

t h e a i m o t t h e col-

a re h i Y e s . I t is

amount

The

valuable

l e g e t o m a k e PLC

College

rea lized from

I n t e r -M o n n tain g r o u p

comme n t i ng on

very

a

pet.itioned

sale

(1878 ) .

S C I1 0 0 I , WI' 1 1

c o n d u c t a works h o p i n e l e m e n tary

('om e

(' o m p i la tiol l

to

!\,[ r;;. I rma P a i n e , d i rector of a r t

from San Fra n e i s (! o ( l K 7 :3 ) and AsIn

t n , s tees

the

in

west.

have

of

the

on

f o r t l I e T a ('oma P u b l i c S c h o o l s , wi l l

Dr. S e h n a e k e n b e r g s ta t e d . " T h i s i s

I nter-m ountai n

board

Spokane

D r.

to

sold

in

one�

was

going

t i o n and S(:hool Fina nee.

L u t h e r a n i s m o n the coast. The old­

est

before

courses, P u b l k S c hool A d m i n i s tra-

to

back

h

Harold Gray, pri nc i p a l o f C l o v er

P 11. 1' k H Ig ' II

the very beginni ngs of Norwegian

toria

Spokane

Lu theran

vest the

ex-

and

the

go

p i e tllr e s .

w i th

H i g

in

Monsen

Dr.

fa C il it y

"'f o n t a n a i n 1951.

'Phe h i stories, m a n y of t h e m i l l U -

s tra ted

M e thods.

PLC

the

B e g i n n i ngs

meeti ng,

board

the

His

courses

give

will

I UIll

o f the y o l u m e s .

To

t h e glory a n d m a y

was

Spokane

m a r i z e d tire illea of a Lutheran u niAmeriea.

corne.

Dr. Helen Huus , s Il e c i a l i s t i n e l e-

1 9 3 7 to 1 9 4 7 . M rs . Hoff is a fonner

Pacific L u t h e r a n College a u d the

i ty" a t the requ est and upon the in-

\' i ta t i o n of the board. Dr. Da h l sumin

to

l ege w a � c l o sed i n 1 9 30.

p n e s e n te d " T h e I d ea of a U n i v e rs -

v e r s i ty

years

M onson, p rofessor

S.

School Organization a n d i n C url'icu­

Hoff who served a s paEtor o f Cen­

in excess o f $100,000 by the Evan-

i 1 l e D a h l o f _'I i n n ea p o l i s .

0 1'

VV:'IU' h i storian a n d compiled

many

lege.

P. B.

t i n tl e i n h i s present important posifor

a n d th e second s e s -

ac-

f a c u i ty,

h i s tory

Ea stvold i n our midst, a n d that . D r.

Recently

p i t a l a n d fa c i l i t i es for the teachi ng

college

the

e l e m e n tary an d

in

of e d u c a t i o n at Montana S t ate Col­

m e n ta ry ed u r a ti o n at the U niversi ty

�'ederation.

t r a l Lut heran C hu r e h . T a eoma, (rom

M rs.

and

Hi,

courses

:\I e l v i n

Dr.

will e n l[

sioll will begin M o n d a y , .J u ly 1 9 .

h i s-

Hoff o f P a r k l a n d , widow o f the R ev.

Spokane College Property Is Sold

He s t ated that n c l a s s room-a d m i lli­

M i ss i o n a ry

and runs through l<'rid a y,

Friday, .July

D ist ri c t

bless t h e con-

the S t u d e n t Union Lounge.

" o n ti n u e s to i n c r e a s e i n e n ro l l m e n t.

Parkland,

Paci f i c

c ollege. Also pres e n t was .vI I'S.

l<'a th e r

Heavenly

oll r

that

prayer

of

the

1!.

c e (Jted t h e yolumes o n behalf or the

express i t a s o u r si ncere hope a n d

w i l l s t rengthen and

Ju n e

special

junior h i g h s c h oo l reading.

D I· . ,V . C . S c h a neke nberg, m e m be r

c e ll tion a n d smorgasbord d i n ne r in

a d d i ti o n a l f a c i l i t i e s w i l l be n e e d e d .

of

of

d l ttl-

and

the fa c ulty and their w i v e s a t a re-

pre s i-

Sa u n e ru d

torian

lUelllber� o f the board were hosts to

dent p O i n ted o u t t h at if the c o l l ege

" t ra ( i o n

Arling

to our c o m-

fulfl l h n g the arduous

Fo llowing

s e-

ta l l

The

Aug. 20 . The fi rst session

the P a c i f i c coa st were loaned to the

c u l t t a s k that i s hers, a n d t h a t , we

I II

will be d o n e . "

i n-

college for safekeeping a n d for use

M a k i ng t h e pre s e n t a t i o n w a s M rs .

E ast-

M rs.

mel' s e s s i o n w h i t h begi n s M o n d a y ,

\Vo m e n ' s

God alone

a t a ,' o s l o f $ 1 . 0 :1 5 ,000.

I n c r ease

to

for her work in rea d i ng, w i l l teach

being engaged to teach at the sum-

an C h u r c h Ladies Aid Societies o n

m O I� ca.use. and for her gra c i o u s n e s s

tion

dor m i t ories now un der ('o ns truction E n ro l l m e n t

thanks

Seyeral well-known educators are

recently when the 10-vol ume set o f

o f s c h o l a rs doing research.

EastYold may be permi tte d to con-

for the cl o rm i torie�. VI'O Ill

si n c ere

vo i d 1'0 1' her d e v o t i o n

t i n u e d work o f both Dr.

i n de b te d n e s s ,

01l \! 1 ta n d i ng

the

I

these past 10 years, and w i t h h i m

lege will be a b l e to pay c o mpletely all

C h��e: �:����:�� �:���b�e ����ti��

during

rendered

service

rificial

to

1 9 4 i:l

a s o f J uly 3 1 , 1 9 5:1. " We

� 2 . 6 n , 8 4-1 have

in

a n d sac-

splendid

Eastvold for his

net worth o f the i n s t i t u tion has i n-

$ 2 8 1,095

h i s to r i e s o f all Ev a ngel i cal Luther-

3

O

t

f

Dr. Eastvold, and that we thank Dr.

dent S. C. E a s tvold s t ated tha t the from

has b e s t o w e d upon o u r beloved in-

te

t

s t i t u ti o n i n the person a n d work o f

In h i s report t o the b o a r d , P r e s i -

(Te a s ed

:II�:p ��I�i 1�t�, ��� ,�:tlIO th:��� :: God, does acknowledge t h e gi rt He

at

a ttention

special

received

cade

Page

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Trustees Study Gains; Laud Leadership Of College Prexy ��:

was

Saturday a nd

S u n d ay, Feb. 20 a n d 2 1 .

I I

Several h u n d red a l u m n i were o n

h a n ri for t h e banquet S a turday eve-

n i n g i n t h e eoliege d i n i n g h a l l , for

the e v e n i ng coffee hOllr, and for the wors h i p

services

ReeentIy

i n s tituted

the

a

Sunday

alumni

morni ng.

association

quarterly

pub l i ca t i o n

e n t i t l e d , "T h e P a c i f i c Lutheran Col-

l ege A l u m n u s." The first edition ot t his

four - page

publication

m a i l e d o u t. i n February.

lU I'S.

was

A.

W.

R a m s t a d . a l u m n i s e c r e tary, i s acting as e d i tor o f the paper. �larv T o m m e r v i k ,

was e l e c ted

'42,

as an alumni repre s e n ta t ive to the

coll ege bo a rd of trustees. Th088

b o a I' d

and

el ected

were

to

"'II'S.

the

S ta n l e y

vVa l te r K u n s c h a k ,

alumni

"'i l l i s

b o t h Park.-

l a n d ; \Vilfred J ewell, T a coma : Nor-

man C ro m a rty, S e a t tle ; Falk, L i nnwood.

anrl P h i l i p


14

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(' oma ; PLC ;

were

h e l cl

Church,

J a n . 29.

Those

C1> "

T r i n i ty

in

Parkland. who

Ole

clude Prof. and

::J

)l rs.

Lutheran

Mrs.

confirmed

o � AI

� *

H. okenstad .

T.

H.

I n gram.

in

firmation the

sermon

and

rite of confirmation. Dr.

$ 46 0 . 3 4

Knorr, profeggor in sociology. se n' e d

x X X <

n

for the confirmands w a s held in the

as l i tUrgi s t for the service.

M embers

of t h e

faculty a n d

ception cla s s .

'" � z

honoring t h e

n o

the

( C o n tinued from Page One) Spokane C i rcuit

(jf

the Evan-

gelieal Lutheran C h urch at (' ntral

Lut h eran

Lutheran

G\

m

Church,

S pokane,

WHAT

anei

W i· tll

I

P . L .C.'s

Fully

bate

ACA D E M I C

accredited

by

Luth eran

and

Higher

Schools

as

for

a

baseball

and

go lt

and

speech

teams

have con­

several

years.

Though

Coa st

not

the compet i ti v e field. "The Ghol r

four y e a r l i berai arts college and by

t e

the S ta t e Board of Educa ion a s a T raining Insti tution of.

L u t h e r a n

tennis,

s i s tently led the entil'e Pacific

the Northwest Association of Sec-

ondal'Y

West"

and

the

(loncert

make annual tours.

Teacher

fering a complete program for pro-

Gilbert

Peterson,

Dr.

ti onal

I!'ederation ;

rville Dahl, M i n neapolis.

$'i' 5-Theodnre

\Vash.

Reitz,

Mrs.

J r. .

Espanola ;

Reardan.

ABOUT

band All

living wl th

HOUSI NG?

O. F unrue, Sil verton. Oregon .

D E G R E ES

MAY

r

tories

Uon-

IN

W H AT

JORS

and

them.

Biology,

Women.

t u i tion,

DOES

pel'

housing

for

tlu"ough

I T COST TO AT­

The

school

room,

such

minimum

year,

board.

ex­

i ncluding

gene ral

and

speCial fees, books and supplies [01'

ence. ,Soclology, Speech and Physi-

1 953-54

cal Edueation.

ARE

and

arranged

P . L.C. ?

pense

Physics. Psychology, Religion, :lci ·

COU RSES

be

WHAT

Greek. History, M athe ma t i c s , Mus ic.

W H AT

In

College

tee rooms for aIL Housing fac ilities

Adm inis tration . Education, English ,

IN

O th e rs

are arranged by the Deans of !\Il.el

TEND

ARE

u n i ts.

Ih.

dormi ­

living quartel's but canllot guaran-

momics and Bu siness

Art,

h o u s i ng

C o i l ge.

w i l l a s s i s t students to find suitable

BE

MA-

COURSES

the Colleg

the s u rrounding area. The

should

OFFE RED?

Chemlti LI',)" , 1':

and

the

may fi nd rooms i n p r i v a te horn s

Science in Labol'atory T echnology, and Mil . t" oj!' ,,- ,. ts i n Education.

Lutheran

Church, Palo Alto ; M r. and M rs . :::i .

Educationa l

by

approved

commodated in

of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of

E. H. Pflueger,

Grace

American

the

R :1�r �rE�r?ts��IC���: a�:o � �� c�:�:;

Odes� a ; !VIr. and Mrs. Henry Weyen,

th e co II ege

Lutheran

W H AT

Clifford A . J ohnson , As-

toria ; Rev. a nd M rs .

Colleges,

Coun c il on Education, and t h e N a-

Jack :\'ebelsieck. Genesee, M io s i o n a ry

hous ing

i s a member of the Associati O n of

$9 3-M a urice Fin k, Odessa. WasIl.

and

W H AT

i

at'

parents, . re required to have their R. Jensen . .J a n e >lv ilie. and s econdary schools. The College

M rs . Orville Hiepler. Sacramento ; ; !\Il l' . c Raymond A. Klopsch T a oma

..,re s i d e n ts of t h e senior colleges o t: the Ev angelic al Luthera n Church , at

Z

Track,

teams also hold their o w n. H r de­

f erence.

theran Uhurch a t t.he Curtis Hotel, IH' l l1 neapo I'IS . M'

IS

STA N D I N G ?

eWe

\V omen' s

Mr;;.

for

hel'

Coast basketball scoring champion.

eoma to ML Ramler.

Idaho ; South Puget Sound C i r c u i t,

o f '" J�(I u e a t'IOn 0 f t. lIe ", '" v a nge I'I ca I Lu-

� -

wO I'n her colors as has one P

Avenu e , t. h e main h i g hway from Ta-

Dr. William H . Lull wig. Ta-

Qu i n c y ;

Dr. Eastvold met w i th the Board

r­ r-

runn i ng

1\,8 tar a8 possible. students are

Feb. 5 , 1 9 5 4 , at Kali spell, Montana ,

C

the

Ameri e a n

w i t.h the Inter- M o untain C i r c u i t o n

m

� i s tentl.\' b e e n i n

leaglle champion s h i p s . w i n n i n g

coma ; NIl'. and M I's. N eal YV. Amen l.l ,

_

IN

C O M P ET I ­

T I O N ? Her athletic teams have con-

i n a d e fi n i tel .v

w h i c h i s two blocks west of P a c i f i c

and

$50�Selbu La dies Aid, LaUrosse, Wash- \V !l a s . ; R i c hland Lutheran Women ' s ing-toll, on Wednesday. l" eb. 3, at Gulld, Richiand ; Mr. and M rs. Gus1 0 : 30 a.m. T h e same comm i ttee met taf Anderson. Spokane : Rev. a n d

r­ r­ m

R E CO R D

s tud n t s . e xce pt those

Wis. ;

confirmation

P. L.C.'s

spe e t h'e teachers i n tlte elementary

1 00

starr

President Travels

B e t h l e h em

Parkl a ud ; J .

a nd their families attended the re-

m

Immanue l

Church. Portland, Ore.

Friendship room o f Trinity Church.

--

$ 200

Fol lowi ng the service, a reception

C ... %

-

E . U. Church. Sih·e;ton. Oregon.

< o r

" -

R. \V igen,

l a nd Fu el Oil Service ( M a n' Tom·

presided a t

IS

I NTER - COLLEGIATE

WH ERE CO L L E G E ? share of them and seldom being IS TH E E i g h t miles sout.h of Tacoma, Wash· lower than third place. Four " L i t tl l" i ngton c i t. y c e n ter, on Park Avenue. All-American " football players have

Louis F . B runner, Bremerto n ; Mrs.

some

� n -

for the professions

Ly- Christia n setti ng.

!:<'I·i t Z Jensen, Bremerton ; anti Park-

on.

and

W H AT

t raining for tea c h i ng and preparing

sI r .

!V1 r s . E. C. KnolT , Parkl and ; M r . and M I·s.

. ferences. Dr. Eagtvold ga ve th e con- ) merv i k ) . Pal·Kland

."

Parkland ;

Tacoma ;

cases for many years, and in ot.hers,

off

W H AT I S P. L.C.? Pacific Luther-

an College i s a l i beral arts college.

N. D. ;

Dahl. P r e s i d e n t S . C . Eas voId I n-

for many hours, in individual con-

.. ::J .. a. .. .

Hatton ,

Livedalen,

N y-

M r. and M rs .

$ 5 00-1\'.1 1' . a n rl �l rs. J . S pokane ; 0 111' S avior ' s G u i I d. B re m el· ton ; D r.

confirmand s

� ii

M.

Wickstrom,

Andrew

Tacoma.

I.'r ederick L.

s-t ructed and counseled w i th the five

� ..

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!!!.

:\-l rs.

ons. O re . ; l\'I r � . Evelyn D. Anderson,

in-

Elberson, and M r s . Jean McGregor

() ..

Margaret

and

and M r s. L. E . Sletto and Carol,

Newnham, M I'. a n d M rs . Stanley D .

0. 0

K.

Charle

Friday evening,

were

Mjss

M r.

gaard, Astoria , Ore. ;

Impressive confirmation rites for

g g o .. AI .. 01

( Conti nuE'd from Page One)

five members o f t h e facalty family

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Dorm Fund Gifts

Faculty Mem bers In Con firmation

� m AI �

1 954

M a rch,

P L C B U L L ET I N

a re

$855.00

and

the

maxi-

mum $ 9 20.00. This does not. inclnde p ri v ate musi c i n s truetion, e t e .

M I-

N O RS O N LY O F F E R E D ? Germ an,

1 Industrial

W H AT A R E T H E E N T R A N C E Educa t ion . Economi e s , R E Q U I R E M E N T S '. mora Good . . . . . Journa l i s m . Philosophy. E t h i C S , chal"ll c ter and a d i p l o m a f r o m He met w i t h the Convention Coma ll $25-.Mr. allel M rs . Almer L. HOb· . . . Log i c . S p a m s h and S w e d i s h . m i t tee at headquarters in M i nneap. accredited h i g h school a re t h e ordi. . � erts, Tacoma . ' I . and :\fl s. Hobert • I f il e .; e coll a.IIlUai l' U !' '' . JJ. :,�; " O i l S to a rrallge "lur tHe gent:: ud CU I l- ' C. I I ' 'y'i r-i �T i i 'E i... _ ":; I � ;:: h E�;: ii 0 · l l d,� �\; i t4 u : i c,u,- , . I.Z , n : L�!v u6 U � (,o. .... Davi s , St. Paul, l\IJ i n n . ; U. A . slo n s W e e k i � schedul ed fOI ' und ay velltion of the Evangelica l Lutheran T R A I N I N G O F- a p p l i c ation i� COil idered o n i ts in­ \Ve b 1' , Tacoma : Dr. and M rs . El. F E S S I O N A L through Friday, March 7 to 1 2. Dur' l Church, on February 1 9 . F E R E D ? Engill eering, Law, M ed- d i v i dual merit . H i g h �ehool cre­ m er M. John:;on, Portland ; iVl i n n i e { n g thi s week m i s i onal'i e s speak t o Dr. E:1stvol d pl'eached at three ieal. Dental. Biological Science. dentials and t w o recommendatioll s Hassinger, S l lem ; Nettie Larson, th e s t u d e n t s a n d faculty t w i c e daily evangelism rallies in Vanco u ver, B . i c a l Tech nology, P a r i � h E.duca· ( blanks w i ll be furn i s h ed by the Seat t l e ; O l i v f' T. C h r i s te n se n , E ver- M ed to llreHent the challenge of w o rk in C .. Sunday . February 2 8 . These raltion, Theology a n d Social \VllI"k. College ) , should be mailed to the e t t ; Glenn L. Evanson, Camas. the m i ssion field and to k eep us i n- lies were a vart of the Preachingoffi ce o f t u e regi s t rar. A p p l i cants AT H F S W O U P D M N I A K C D N A u rg. $2Q--Robert Lando, Petersb fOl-med o f t.he program of missions Teaching-Re a c h i n g M i ssion put o n P H YS I C A L F AC I L I T I E S D O E S will be 1I0tified o f acceptance o r reAlaska. o f thp (· h u reh. ection. by ('hll rche i n the Vancouver U ir$ l a-Wil l i a m Labes, Parkland ; P . L. C . H AV E ? A 1 26-acre c a m p u s , j DI. E m i l Han nem a n n. mldsionary cuit. F i n a l l y-\Vh a t should b e t h e mos Sr 's . K a t h ryn Lucas Madsen, C e ll ' i n c l ll ll i n g a nine hole grass greell to Ne\\ Guinea, a n d the R e v . Gordon Dr. Ealltvold w i ll address the Uomportant i factor I n m y thinkin � D r i golf ned " 1 i l o h t i \�· rge. ou l a (' � t r al I i a ; Mrs. Donald Seifert, T a e o' . . . Ruud. rn h ;sionary to Madagasca r , lumbia Conference of the Augustana abo u t P .L. C . as the possible college l e Vle\\·. n I tr r e plam m Hal . t NI th i W s Whitley. Tacoma. rna ; Grant E. III b e the speakers. o f my c hoi c e ? \Vi thout question. th� Lutheran Church at it.s annual con $5-Howanl T . Halvorsen, M i n n e . The M e morial Gymnas i u m , :ltudent ad v i n g in Dr. Hannemann is U M - v e n t i on in Ast.oria, Ol'egon, on April c lai m of Pa ' i f i c L u t h e ran Uollege , n o i n and Science. ChapelLibrary U U. Ganapol i s ; .Mr. and Mrs. Don ison, S. D., while home o n f urlough. 3 0 . 1 9 5 4 . A qua.rtette o f s tudents will upon you shonlo lie in the offerin non, Jr., Sea t tl e ; Mavis Sanderson, M u s i c-Speech Build ings al'e all n e ll' His duties on the mi ssi on t:i eld are be present to sing a t 'the evening of outsta n d i n g acaclemiC' trai n i n g i r M last e h t Old , n i a years. ne in i n Oakland, Calif. i n t h e educational d i v i s i on o f t.h e banqllet o f t h e same day , w h i ch will backgro u u d of del'i n i te comm i t $ 4-Julien M a tte rn . New Bruns- whi eh also i n cludes the Girls' Dor- the N e w Guinea m i s s ion. H e i s a mem- b e under t h e a u s pices o f the Wom- w t t.o t h e C h ri s ti a n fait.h. Til n e m . completely o s l a been mitory. h a s ick. N J. Luthera n en' s M i Ssionary Federation. American th el' ot orld ' s greatest need today, in th w n i shed. re urni value Total capital f a $2 . 0 0-.Mrs. E l eanor Ipsen, E s t b Church. Dr. Eastvold will Liellver the Bacexcess of t w o and one-half m i l l i o n maelstrom of fear and con t:u s i o n i n S tanwood. l l i n S L Pa l , calaureate Address for t h e Western Rev. Ruud, homE which i t finds i tself, is a genel'atio dollars. $ l-�I r. SherwI n S e h m i d t. UheMInn . . from the Evangelical Luther· \Vashington College o f Education, of leaclers i n every field who recogwelah. Was h . W H AT D O E S P . L . C . O F F E R I N an Church, Madagascar field, has Bell i ngham. Wasbington. on l::i u nn i z e t h e i m po r ta n c e of the s p i r l tua E X T R A _ C U R R I C U L A R A CT I V I bO O m g a n a ic a J e t i a b . �:t�OI� �: ;�ll��o���e:�l t: e �e� �e:� e f�� �'I��:e a !;�� �:� a!: a e I � a:��I� ��th��:� ��l l:�d �� t�:I�S �f�!���: � p p��:��y �:� :�: � � �:I .. vi si n g and e d i ti ng of the Mala gas s y n i ng to be present a t the biennial seeks to train such leaders and call ( C o n tinupd from Page O n e ) pl'es sion and aetivity in student Lutheran hymnbook. He W11- g ad- convention of the Evangelical Lu- The contributions of i nteres ted body , li terary, forensic , athlet i c, you to her c ampus and class room s uated from Luther ,' e m l nary 111 I theran C h u rch, w h i c h is to be held parties has made it possible for H OW TO A D D R E S S m u s i c a l and religiou s f ields. 1 9 4 5 , and w e n t to t h e m i s s i o n f i e l d a t C e n t r a l Lutheran C h u r c h , Minne- t h e s e s t u d e n t s to r e c e i v e sub�tanC O R R E S PO N D E N C E I ARE SC H O LA R S H I P S A VA Li n 1946. 1. D i rector of P u b l i c R e l ati o n s . apol i s , June 9 to 1 6 i n c lusive. tial aid. A B L E ? A l i m i ted number of scholAll requests I'or preliminary i n for arships are offered [or outs tanding an mation, Including I tel'ature scholastic a c h i evement, plus good catalogues. His office is the office charac ter, to needy s tudents. The of ini tial student contact. Total G i ft . . $.. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . same i s true of awards i n music, 2. Dean of t h e C o l l ege : All ques' P A R K LA N D, W A S H I N GT O N FFICE R EC E I PT s pe ech . athletics, etc. A few s p eCial H e r e w i t h . . . $. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . ._.. tions relating to the acad e m i c pro and scholarships are made a vailable by R E CO R D gram of the college, admiSSion Date . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . ... . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . ._ . .. . . . . ...... . B a l a n c e . . . $....................... . private individuals and organizascholarships, and curriculum. IN E C O G N I T I O N of t h e C o n tr i b u t i o n of P a c i f i c L u t h e ra n Co l l eg e to t h e l i f e For detailed i n formation, B a l a n c e to be P a i d on o r t i O � s . R 3. Dean of M e n or Dean of W o m . f o u r Co m m u n ity, State n d N at i o n , w n te to the college. A l o a n lund befol'e S e pt. 1 , 1 9 5 .......... . e n : Student matters. housi ng, roo I N O R D E R t h at P a c i f i c L ut h e r a n C o l l e g e m a y go forward, available for seniors. " reserva t l' O n s . questI O ns reI a tmg t d I N G R AT I T U D E to A l m i g hty God, $ . . . . . . .. ..... . . .. . . ... .. p e r m o n t h AR� JOBS AVA I L A B L E F O R M e n ' s o r \Vomen's Activities. I N CO N S I D E R A T I O N of the g i fts of oth e rs to t h i s vital cause, I p l ed g e the s u m S E L F - H E LP ? Ever possible aid i s 4. T h e P r e s i d e n t : M atters o f ge n . $. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p e r q ua rter given the needy s tudent by m ak ing eral o f $ . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . � . . ..... 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