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Pacific Lutheran College Bulletin

VOLUME XXXV

DECEMBER,

1955

vernment Granls $500,000 Loan for Women's Residence Ball; Construction Starts in December

Slated for Dec. 18

O n e of t h e o u tsta n d i n g e v e nts C hristmas

annual

Yule

season

concert

is

put

on

the

t h e col l eg e m u s i c d e p art m e nt. Two p e rfo r m a n ce s wi II

by

By S. C . Eastvo l d, President

be g i v­

II

had

t h e c h a p e l a u d i to r i u m . T h e p u b ­

lege stlldenl�, At this lime, I\"

IHlve

free. A n offe ring w i l l be taken.

fOllr ('ollege sturients enrollrrt.

en t h is year on

In

S u n d ay, Dece m ­

about

b er 18, at 3:30 a n d 8:00 p . m . i n lic

is

and

invited

ad miss i o n

wi l l

be sung

p l ayed

and

by t h e

I

(oll�lrlldioJJ of a nell' I{)!' \I 01llP11 \\,111 IStart in '''Torciinl(

a

10

recent

dormit.ory

December,

annOllncC'-

lU"lll hy I-'rf"sil]ent !:>, C, Eastl·olrl. \,\'ord "as rf"(;eiv"d in rnic\-:\'ovpmIi r Ihal thf> Ilou"ing- anl] Home F'in;lll<'p AIo(ell(,Y o[ tlte I'edp.ral govprnment had ",;ran1<'<1 ,1 loan of �,)00.r){JO tor 111« building, To li,' 1(l1o\',n O'lllporFlril} as \"-'"st ILlII, Ill" "[I'Ul'lur,, will IlOll"" l:lU �lurtf'llts and lYi11 be' the same de�Ign a" :\ortl1 Hall, 1I'11idi lIas comI'ler,,'d ta�1 y.'al', 1,I'a, I' ,1l" OII anll ftichal'cl,; <1]'[' 11l" .1l'lilil"l'I" and they <lnangt>ll to h;l\ l' hid' u]It--lwd by .':uYemb( r Z:l, \\'Ilt'lllhi" plllllk:'I.ic. n II(-'nl to P]'('�S tIL) inlf)llll<ltiOIl \\'a� <ll-ailablp H" to

"hal firmf< \,;ere a",arded C'ontraels.

I

I

Tlw Gnp dirrerpIlC'p bet.ween the _

1,1'\\' btlllcllng and :\orth Rail I� that

then

\I-ill bf" but anI' large loange

I' a d

i il s t

makE-s

of t\\·o,

possible

Hi

additional \Vp�t.

the

alteration

of

bp

don-nitory,

811li with

st(;el

�\'Jai�,

h ave

been

p h o n e s in

every r'lo m

in

8. C,

"itll

C'ortll

----

\\'ill be (,()lllpletpI�

I'ire

<l'ld

and

South

Hal!:",

Main dormitory and to set u p

'ca m p u s

II

i n-

Old

dialing

system.

T h ese

on-

im- i

r:halrl1lan

"il'k Llltheran College \\'a" honored hirthday ballll'let

union J1th,

.\Ionday

held

in the l'Ol1el;'e

evening,

Chnn'h

Lut.l'l\.,rall

f)oUI

.':o\'ember

oHicials,

pas-

tors ane! !.'hnrclt III lllbers I'rom the

Pal ' ifi{' .\'orthwest, plus tile college

facul t y

group J{'y

and

staff,

01' lll ore

rO<1l1. ,

t h Hn

('omprised

:3 O 0

prevented

the

atten�ing,

others

from

attend at

That

tilne,

SO the event

II a,; held on i"londay evening, The He\', OJal' Allder�on of Seat-

lie

toa.�lIna�ter

1'01'

the dinner and

mittee,

!

tremetv

administration

I

"The

�l'ateful 1'01

VI',

{'hun'lt

i�

ex-

1

;ud faculty.

Eastvold has given

()Llt� . tanding work."

The Rev, Mr, Anderson 'Presented

a book ot'

H)O

letters from c:hul'['h

money to

VI'.

Eastvold.

leaders and friend� and a gift The

of

I

1-1.

l1f'ssman,

gave

I Adrlref;slng

I

-"ieman,

He

raises

main

up

ht.si-

tpl'. This represc;!lts R

Hi

and is lIle

Coming the farthest are t\\'o fresh-

1

i n c r e a s e over last fall.

lal'ge�t

,Single

:

In the c ollege , ,

pel' (,Pllt

el�l�B t�:' regislration 11l:;tOI}.

like

I 1

I

('ompitsh a m'ede,l obJel'live.

w hat

it is

YOll,

who

tht' faith, the l'Ottl'age and thp

I

I

tollay

faith in God anel

I'ort.

b (' ause

I

[

is

of youI'

YOllr untiring ef-

the

eollegp

ber-Huse

of

see

and

that

has

a

bpen

high

to

SPOil\.

gh-

inl'Tllrlc.

J,etble.hem,

,Jin Kim, [I'

Korea,

Six

sh.

De­

monti"l� are 0 \'''1'

e

havp enroll d

sWdent

lJOpldation

and

the slate of \VashingtoJl,

('('fl<'he� o u t

no

Piel'ce

mainly from

to many

lon�er

Co',n y

ntan>' iOleign conntn s,

Student ll)-,� ()[ Clp[lroximalely $IUII,UII pt'r SUIt! hI it is ('asy to see [hat. lhe ,'hallenge adrl liUllhel'ornes ('olos,.,al a: I\' The

Net

Gul

,mu. to

,.;tate�

Loss P e r

S inc 'e the ('ollegE- tal{ t' s a

'

. next

with

I'l'om

'.

slates, with the

3

Dakota

and

4',

Iowa,

1'11'11-

Illinois anll

and

Utah

one eac I1

sa s,

22,'

Idaho

each',

in-

aell,

Colorado, 2

each.

l'rom. AI . ab allIa,

Ne braska and

bership or preference, the Lutheran , g l OUp \\,I'th 87" ·t ttdents h ea ds the �

:;"

.

u;) (enOmlllatlOns, I'ISt 0 f?I The

I

I

.

. II ,.t! al e next I 1

tI� ' tR

dists hal'e

TIl'

46

'I" OJ, tIle

'

D ap-

INT eth0-

ELC 471., 10 7, ULCA 44, \Iissouri -1:3, l"ree 12, Vlisconsin '1, Finnish 2, Norwegian 1, lJl1I'lassifieri 29, 156,

Others

Augustana

includE'

Episeopal

Covenant

R;

Catholic

Roman

13; Congregational Assembly o[

God

Evangelic-al 6, and Christian remallllllg

The

groups

Christian Science, Untted I'JlIenian

Orthodox,

7,

7;

inelude

Brethren,

Pent costal,

Chmcl1 of God, rnitarian, Buddhist,

Chttrch Chnrch of England, Bihle and I'�aith Temple, Of

the

1,184

stUdents

Faith

enrolled

are rull-time. There are

54 stu-

dents working on master or arts de­ grees,

BANQUET-Gus H, Nieman, Spokane businessman, is pictured when he gave his oUlstanding speech at the recognition

s banquet for Dr. Easlvold. Others pictured are: left to right, Mrs. A, Stanley Trickett, Mrs, Donald W, Eastvold, Dr. S, C. Ea tvold,

Mrs. Eastvol d and State Attorney General Donald W. Eastvold.

I

al1ll

10

�1

pan

time,

extensions,

nine

�pedH.1.

Men outnumber the women

575.

GOg

to

the Colle£(t' 'I.:;

:liJlIlld;tm:e.

alld had n ollt"Y in

Oil :::.hould Ita'.:t' s�'pn h!;-!. l'duntt!.DII' hen I

.-LlH'e

;Jnd

trulh

tion,

tilE'

him illl". 'tdt\a ('ltall�n-"e

told

rinall"'nl

Who Will Pay?

I

During the [lasl fel\' days

terril

hav�

('arried the financial appeal of

cil'ic

I

I

to tEm \VtIS ! tin t'ln,

the {'hamberR of l'ommen'to in

of

larger cities of

tI1

.tnd now, In' tl nst, to thollsands

people

who

will

read

these

and, b y the grace of Gou,

I them

I

Pa·

Luthel'an Colleg;e to industry

ill Nell' York, Ohio, Detroit, and

lines

ad UpOIl

with some real spiritnal

nrl

material support.

Yo u C a n H e l p Us!

'

p lind the Yes , YOU can he , ] , us, help need .not be bIg In eve!')' ea. ,

. I bnt,

it

.

evervbody

,

will

llo

�on1E'-

lhlllg, \\'e WIll be able to do ollr j o b , . ' . Inth credIt to man and wIth 'glory (Continued on pa!!,e fOllr)

Two Broadcasts Heard Weekly from

ampus

TII'o regular broadl'asts on�r

coma stations originar.e on th ]JUS.

.

T�-

,'am·

Each Sunday morning a

IJOrUOll

!lervice, inclilding the Rev,

HQbd-t n t"Ile

9;

Latter Day Saints, Nazarene, Bible

1.0:)0

{' ('It

and Presbyterians 4 4.

svnods the 8272 Lutheran stu-

dents number as [ollows:

ALC

hp 1H' t'"fH1UlPd tilal

er5 for honlt-, "hun'h, slate, and na·

a re 102

and there

J25

California. The rest of th

campus a.nl! scores 01.

OUI' College in onl("l' to ('['10';1 If>

at X ul'ally, \\T ashinglon leads the of states with 83 1. Oregon is

I'I"t

dn'ds auel hllndreds of "tllll·l1l,.

which fa('e", those of ll� l\jlO OpPl'; Ie

,;tu­

., to religious mem\Vhen it comef

this (;ollege is

I

and therE' are six rrolTl Hawaii.

�G:

EASTVOlD

11\"E'lvp

pighty­

Our

ollr

The Alaska group has jUll1ped to

Pennsylvania,

maln-

page three)

Hi

A I' k a n

been

to give them that spintllal ecluca(Continuecl 0;'

from

N01-th

tainel\. One ot the main reasons we

senc! ollr children

..... t1T(l n,t� -

Salim .\litl'i. senior IroIll

TIlerf' I' S

spiri�ual

set and

frH'A1CT\.1 ,

J\Iichigan

al'e happy to

that these poliCies have

upheld

nlhpl'

nesota 7', 'Visl:onsin

its

functions which some students feel

\Vp

the 11.

Arlin Talueliall in

dad delegation,

cludp.- :}lolltana 42,'

strict policy toward certain soda I

shoilid bp allowed.

Ir aq, to bring

fOllr tltf' llumber of sturlents frOll)

number of student.s from

"Criticism has been l]irecl d to-

wanl

10

dent" hail fl'Om Can�,da,

and

PLC

men from

l1lan

s II' eat

and

Bag;lttlllli,

onp-hunrlred

"01-

Ilf· lepn-hundre<l students, Our rHcnlly has expanded from abollt nin t�el in j!l!-I, to "ixly-rive in Ift:;:J, Tile I'aille of tht' propert.y !ta� iller a�erL from :;268,000,00 to $I,�fIlJJIIJI','IIt. The ("ORI of Illainlell<.!I11-e tOfllY .is mOl'll than thp O[lE'l'alion 01 1111 ..nlire l'ollpge \I'as twelve year: ;I/O. ('omes

1 1

Jordan, allll Chung

out-ve::<, even y"al s-tn R e-

acldlcss 'standarcl

"\Ve thank Gou that men

",eel,

PLC

his remal'l(s to Dr, Bast-

void, he said

I have

the

Spokane

work

{!lallY hOlliS pel' llay, 'l eek In

the inspiring;

us anll . 11'1' I\'anted to hOllor him tor

Gus

to

tlte arrangemellts com-' I\-illin gness

sairl,

leullership

I his

I

or

h arl responded by t�lllnking the � tnend;; lOt' the sllrpnsp occaSIOn , , and lor thell' sllpport 01 the eollege,

commg-. ill'. Eastvold 's bll'lhday is not. until Det'f'mbpr I�, bllt many eould not

l,l�·1

I O!l1Ol'e

wiil con tin u e to handle ca l l s for t h e

the thrp!" Iwilding,"' will l)p for the ----

. old of 1'aEastv

at a sIlI'prise recognition and

are reprC:'sented

in tile student body of

at .Pa('irk Lutheran College this ."el11e,.;-

Presid nt Eastvold Honored at ur ise c guition, Birthday Banquet; Gus H. ieman Gives Address Pf'('�idt'nt

rl('nomina-

fortY-LOUI'

It> leUj'!ters The study-bedrooms will house p r o ve m en ts wi l l be m a d e d uring th e that cit� atteneling the college, Oth- and pm]lloye('� to our pay '011. , 81' foreign ('oulltries representeuare E:-.:('ept for tilt' g-enprou;, I'i lHl jiL'iat 1\,0 student,. eal'fI, alit! I"ill b" 1'1'1'- summer m o nth s . help of illr;l\,idllal�, r'oepo,'alions, Calls to and from Old M ain, w h i c h Korea, Jordan ;Ind Canada_ lIi:;he:l I:ke the rOOll1S in t.he lalter n e iml'll"11('\', d{jrJni.ol'ie�, wi II hOLlse m e n next fa l l , w i II be SE'nakil'ob 1-I.erlllez anel nl'rj .�al'- a d thE' Chul'ch it ",ould h \VltE'n \Vp�t Hall i� ('ompl et.E'ti in handled th roll g h the switchboard in tin, fre .. ltmen f'llgineerill,g s!.urll'nt'3, s:lJit' to "1-:l'l'r on. A bll,;illP"S llWI1 . ld 01" lite ()file, dOl) 1I1.n SqJI..,ntlwl' il I', ill forlll a qm'.rlnlilgle South H a il. Old M a in switch bo a r d join jllnior Fl'etl H(:]'mez and sop\t- "ctllally to ",ml,tioll,

resistant.

an

17 stat.e,-

tions and

ry-,ade

th e tele p h o n e co m p a n y to

stcd l

religious

TIy('nty-five

housing of "'ompn students. , Old " hi{'ll nOlI' 1101l:-eF. 2 � , \\'omen, Ii'll! be llf;Pel tor a nlt'll s

Arra n g e m e nts

{'Ol[('rett� anrl masonry ('ou-

Ii

Women

TELEPHONES IN OLD M A I N

h()u�ing of all

students.

flail l\'ill

" 0 I i ,I

This

I

,----Enrollment Bils AIl·Time High

19-14,

or

\I'ill undoubtedl:-

chorus a n d t h e b a n d .

Hall for

spring

one-hundred

rore the

" C ho i r o f t h e W est," t h e col l e g e

of NeLl' West

the

one thousand,

is

T h e great m u sic of C h r i stmas

Architect's LJrawinq

4

Financial Aid Needed to Meet PLC's ChalleDge

Christmas Concert

of the

NUMBER

of

the

PLC

('ongrega lhlll

stllrlP.lll

\V. Lutnes' sermOll, i" put for

broadcast

KTAC,

850 In:_

"Campus

pr o

g

ram

events,

b

ii::10

aL

Highlights" witll

!lews

produced

in

p.m,

a of

Knutzen radio stndio b}

and is broadcast 1'1' 7 to 7:

30

I'Y

th

over

v�Hiely

campus ChI"

,' t1lCle. n t.'

�'richlY iroru

p,m. 01' r KTKT,

14(10

lu

These progl'ams al'e produced ell·

tirely by �tlldents with .'onn;;- .. l by

members of the speed.! faculty_ Slll­

dent;; do the annonneing, �" r 1 II

t

wTiting, rlirec:ting and (;ngineering.


Page 2

P A C I F I C L U T H ERAN C O L L E G E B U L L E T I N

December,

------

1955

Home Economics Major I May Be Added in Fall

Museum Honors Ros as Carving; utnes' First Novel Wins Acclaim

At.

ih

m eeting

1:3,

Oewber

the

college bmll'd of t rustee s disC'llsfed

I

Ihe' p'o ssi bil i ry of ('xp a n el in g ritE' c;Jr-

1

I

riculunl to D1ake honH' ei ·ononli (' .� (1.

"'hcnnal Senlinel," a figllre carv e d The Hey. Hohen \V. Lu tnes, pas- major stIllly in the fall of '5(;. The [ro n l \ 'alllut by Professor' George t.or of the PL ' st ud e nt congre.g'l' execlltiv committee \\'as aske,] (() linskos, he a d 01 the PLC art d ep ar t ­ tion, has received wide acclaim fo!' make a ;'ludy and to report (() the Illent, 11:[." bee n doubly honorE'U by hb recent. fir.sl n ove l , "Evel' )ne boar ci at it s sprmg meeting Kitch­ G od, " published by Augsburg Pub- en Ia e il iL J es in the bas e m e ll ( of Old till! Sl'all.le Al·t .\Ius e am . The long . narrow figul'f', rash- l ishing Hon se, M inn ea po lis. �lain were v H eate d when the dining ione!l from one "nlicl piece of \\'ood K e \\'s pap e r and other reviewel''6 h all was o p en e d in tllP new lIn ion, \\'h051' � l'ai n is an interpsting part havp laucled this nov el about dis- a nd this area is being (,0I1S11!erell 01' [ lIe l i ni�hed pattern, won one of placed p"rsolls in Germany. \Vriting for home e c ono m i c s . tht tup awards ill the 41st annual f ro first hand eXllel'ience-the au·

I

pxliilJliion of

Ill

thor was a re set tlement worker in

Northwest artists on

d i s pl a y at Ih" llluseum in )iovernbel'

;111(1

(',uly

Gerlllan�'

D',cem bpI'.

for

Montana Coed Gets National 4-8 Honors

\V or l rl

th" Lutheran

_ -Ol o nl y tlIat, but it w a � pur· \'hast'r1 hy t.lIe mnSt;Ul1l for its per·· man"!tt c ) lle ct ion upon re C Ol llmen ­ lMlfln or the exhibition cilll'Y. The

SharD!l Hagt"n,

list

"" o Yl'lllllP r �7

\\orl{�_ •

·ol·thwe�t

artists

sLx

bo ngh !

l

snbmitt ed

to

in

C'ilk:l,""-)

2

)w­

blne ri b bon " in

Y:ctl·

Del'ember

home li\'in!\ r·ompetition. \Vinner ot 32

al­

I

in (he history of the :-':orlhwest

Annual.

d rnHll

cause of her oubtancllng re('or,1 in

mOot 1\00 en tries, the la ' � (o s l nlilil'

1)er

I·H Congrf12S

national

jnr� recommended 12 e nt ri e s in thp _·;110\\' and from this

PLC ('0-

'

Glasgow, }Iont . . a[[en!led tlH" Int .. r­

"Etel'lIal Sentinel" was the o nl y

p(eef' of sI'ulpture c:ho;,8n for put'·

I

ley County, Mont., fairs in the past

pl,!tlIt

ye,us

were

sent

.\116S Tlagen trip.

ed an all pxp e n s e to

Cllir-ago

\yere enl ered \\ I I h

I

ers in

a.rship .

"

CIRCLE K CHARTERED-The Parkland area Kiwanis Club sponsored the formation of a

I

ter banquet for the new club. Above Wil­

\I'hpre

liam H. Chambers, Parkland president, pre­

t.hey

sents. the club b anner to Stanley Hulsman,

Hecently -two relI g

IO

US book clubH

ranch,

to its membe.rs.

At an autograph party held

. Miss !lag !l come ,> from an

Ips of the book

we l' e

sold in

the

l a r gest

: (;:1111PU,> I S ponsored

Bett�- :.\IacDonalri was tJ.lere

I,r..

: . ,-

i�

Kiw'Ulian"

novels," Pn'sirlent �tate(1

recently.

S. U. Eastvold

"'EYer

colleg

The no v el

may

) rde rs

will

bookstore,

be

boo kstore ,

filled

b�'

the

ther a nd sister take pal·t. Her fa tiler

helps out when time permits.

Putting- 4-H prineiples to work

chas e, tll pa.illling�.

Ho�ko"

nth c,r

select i611::j

l'el'eivecl

A]'t� !lflgree at the 10\'0'11 amI h�ls bef'n 1(1;:'1). He did his Wild' at

his

bf>ing

�! a ste r

ot

U l li ve l' s i ty

at

of

PI. ' B:nce

Meets Here Dec. 7. 8 of seeing the

Lutne".

(' e ntly .

the lli-

O\Ter

600

"tlHlent s attended.

we.ek

One

later.

Se pte mber

�5,

Rev. Lutn S \I"as illS tailed as past.or

H. I�.

l"o�s, pr eside nt of tlH'

l�LC's Paci li, Distrid. Olhers who

,

life.

"At

I

';'>Ve,

as

a

we

home

things the 4-H way," she

-s

ramil)",

dO

ai d re-

de f', jd e

I ,

fu rni shings

to

and

OUI' home."

I

decorations

l

r.h

,·ice.prbident,

Angu,-

Working

has

l ov t'. She likes made

to s ew, and

practically

all

cation of r.he Evangelical Lut.heran

Cln!l"f.:h will hold som of its meet· ings on Lit roa m pu l'<eS 0 [ t h '" s e schools. Th , [irst � ol lege the boar d will visit is PLG, and t l le me ting will be held here De ce mbe T 7 a nd 8. M.Ulbe� of th .... board and the college faculty 'will be gues t s o[ the PL bO�!'ll of trust e e s at a s mor ga s 1101'11 dl!lllPr De ee m b e r 7.

rI

f' I'

a

cons t itu ti o n

!11lL1

spring,

stuclent

Ule

com mi tt ee

eongregation

last

elected

of trustees 'ind lieacono and

a clWI'C,1l c OlIn eil . Hellgiolls

no \\r

ma te, Car o l y n \Vinkler, r

on

campus

function as u part uf th e

'work

oj' tllP congre gatio n.

r 0 III

SL

Helen's Oregon, Sharon has made hel'

clormilOry room most atn'actly .

They purehased materia.l fo r the i l

window and clospt dr tpe�, a nd tben '

h aro n hauled out the po rt a ble !lew-

ing

a r:tiviti es

ma ch in

'

her father gave hel

when she went away to e o lle g cewed the m One

up.

would

think

that

a

and

state

In fhe worris of Dr. Eastvold, "this champion in horne living would be i, the finest thin g whie11 has hap- majoring in horne economics. But pelled to furthel' the s'pi rit ua l life that's where Sltaron is di f fer e nt.

on

campu".

This

"

is sn e

written ane !

of

the

edited by

HLllletin

was

�Jilton Neli-

vig, Depal'tment of Public RelatiollS

Strom,

j

man.

t hi s

sea so n ,

u

;\,Iary

Read,

the

SCH E D U L E

s

ancl

Davirl Stanl .

D

n'

)(1

Other:; in til' group 01 :F dwrte . r

ha..s

Ragnar

are

B en son,

\Villiam

AndersolI,

I.

James Capelli,

gam l e l l ('udahy, .Ieny I:[ a nsfln, Gi1!'Y start at .Iohnson. :.Ylarvin Kit t :' Karl Knuu.

-1955-56

I

,

SOI1, Jerry Kreger. La \\ Te nC e Lane.

('jare Ledum, nleyers,

rthur}[cGE'e, J03e[>h

Robe rl

Monson,

Dflnalrl

MorLen,;oll, Thomas Kelson, Rober t

7 ..... _ II

..

P'lI'ilk

here I

Feb.

fL . .. .

.

....... ... . . . . . . \Vestern., ilerR'

Feb. 1 4......... ... .......... . ...CentraP, there

I

11..._ ........... . .. _\Vhitworth*, there 18.......... ...... ....\"hitwol'th"', there 1 music teacher when Feb. 20 .. _..._... . . . .. . .......Eastern*, there I She plays saxophone Feb. 23 . . . ... . ... .... ..... . . .. .. ... CPS-, tlIel'e Feb.

I�eb.

in the college band

::ltora.aslI.

Charle s Tlleker

m e m ber s

following 2G

A ll horne !;am

Duane Romo,

" SevereDl.

ehJnge

Harshman,

Swint!­

Sta nley Btlls-

VaJ1CnUyer. B. C . .'\ordeen, R o bert Olson, .I r rol d 01. J1 n i v e r si ty , h.ere son, R <l Y 111 n n rl OSLPJ'loll, Jam s D .1:. .... CPS", hel'e O w erll s , LaWrellr'E' Pdelsoi l • .Juhn Dec. ] 7 \Vhitm:m, E. n ne \, ie k R 0 I' V i k, Dale S c himk e , Hicl!< rd Dec. 27 & 28 .. .. . ...._. __ Linfield. here i 8 j oboen, Haymond Sorlerlull.d. LaJan.:L . . ... __ . __.. .. .....__ . .._. .. �PS . 11 ere \ erne S to u g h , I1a \'id \Va ke ,1 lid Da J a i l. 6 . . . .. ... .. . � .. . .\Ve ster n ·, tltere \'iri \Vold, .Jan. L .. . ... .... . ..._._ . . . ,Vest. rnw, t here Jan. !.1 .. . _. . . . .. . . . . ._ . . ... . ... . ..UB *, th ere Dr. ,V a lter C. Schnack ' uberg, as Jan. 1 L.� ... _._. . �........ Central*, there socia te pro f e s sor of history . spoke .Ian. 16 . . .. .. . .. . __ . .. Centra.I*, here I at the Lane! ot Lake" reg ion "onven.fan. 2. . _.,.. Edst rn*, t io l! oj th e Lutheran S tu d e u ts A � s o.. ,Ian.2X. Easter n* , here eiation in .'\ ovembe l a, GustaYlls . .\Vh i tworth *, here' ArioJ pllU" Col le ge . SL P pter, Minn, .J an . 3D.. J<'eb. 8... . .........'I.'13{'*, h ere ! The first weel, in D ec e m be r he alWeb. 4... ............ FBC·, here te nded the national board mee ti n g

�!Ie is a ttend in g PLC on a musio

she graduate�.

coach,

Gordo n

Thoma:;

BoaI'll or directors incl uc l Dale

eral d

elub are

awl

secretary;

Berntsen,

Each team in lhe league will meet ti me 5

president;

treasurer.

ference last year.

s cho larShip , and ;:;he plans to be a

public school

by tlIe T,l-

trnmpeter

lanel, Yice-pr s id en t;

eo-champions of t l Ie Evergreen CQn·

De c .

b el'

of

II

Bayne ane! a college Quar let.

pl us foul' other lettermen anIi 5ev·

Totem Tourney,

she

adviser to the

Ax[onl,

Mnsir, WHS fnrnish

eral good prospe!'\s, t he outlook is

I). ec. --, ? "'

Bnt int erior cler'oratioll i sn't her

o nly

c.

Dr.

COlllll!iii.3ioner

group.

Officers of the

Ko\-. 29-:W. __ .. TAC Tourne), Taeom a

clothes.

wbieh had been drawn IIp by a fae-

nlt}

col-I board s

the bo ard of edn-

n n

II

\VitlI the starti ng five returning,

:s 11.m.

livin g rQom. She c h o se the

W8n,

Co u n t y

p re-

string ensemble,

schellule.

ing. Sha ro n 's task was to take eare 01'

"peakel'�

PHc:ific

ot

lli'itl'iI'I ,

Hoop Prospects Bright

ann ounced

La st �umlller the Hagens added

govel'llOl'

coma Kiwanis Glee Club, the j> T ....C

PLC

in

a

--.. -

I three

three roo m s and ,ltd some remodel·

rendt, Yice-presiclent, ALC's North-

Sode rgrell,

\v e

cere-

Harry II. Sp ri n kel ', and Prol' SEor

what we would likE' when it comes [rom the two en cou nt. f l' S in the_ past.

t\" � ok p ··ll·t "'ere tll�. D e \ " F.' ,T All- "0101" ,'" a lli "I' c He U d t Il"- p," , l nt ·lng. w es te l 'll Disfl'iet; and the Rev . CarJ

a

BOl'olofsky,

of

'ham bers, Park­

c!tinier.

Herbert l\I.

bright [or the PLC basketball team,

Togeth r with her college room-

EL.C Education Board POI' th", pu rpose If>gt'S It gupj)orts,

Robed. \V.

by Dr

Eternal Sentinel

S:h a r o n' s

volun tary group lIeld it5 firs t

reetion of its cluly called pastor, tlIe Hev.

in

actual liY i n g is one of the joyS of

I'orm of a stuclent Gongregation.

serv ic e S e ptE'm b er 18 untl e. r

'

Sharon Hagen

" so met hin g new" w a s added in tilE'

This

O ther

E as tvol t! .

With Starters Back

I

this fall

opened

c h 001

G.

m a sler

Kiw ani s

the

senler!

known Ki\Yanis lealler and friend of

or

PLC Congregation Enjoys Good Slarl \Vlten s

Herbert

be purehased

local

the bUI.

('.ampllses.

past.

)iol'tlJ\n�st.

'rle K is a sery ic e organization on

bonk most highly."

through' your

i8

\\'a�

\Villiam H.

Ro llit.all,

not an i nteg ra l part of Kiwanis, Cir·

meNs that need. I I'RCOmmenrl iliis

the

pre-lii-

huge ba nner t.o the elub. Gi lm a n O.

by the Parkland Area

only one In tlIe statp. Sim ila r 10,

God'

One

K

lanel 1\:1\\'anis p resid en t . p r es en t 8ri

C lu b on

PLC'" Cirr-ie K

college,

Ille

moni e s .

tlIp

ehartering or

eirele K 1'i o Y 8 m ber .1..

\\'ill! her "Egg and I."

l

K iw a n i s Club ll1ember�

ne\\'ly or g anized

whell

I

�OO

from the Ta coma area a ttended t he

tin'

banqllet. f or tlIe

was

presents

Circle

:

"ale

This

District,

Parkland Kiwanis Club Sponsors I C·IreIe K; Charter Banquet Held

from an autograph party since 1£1'15

h on rs.

Ki w an i s

d e n t·· ele ct.

Over'

Tacoma department store 160 c.op­

Ro l stad , past governor, Pacific

chofter to Gordon Strom,

ill 0 r e

acl ive J·H familY. Her mother ' lead e r nnd h er h igh sehool ,tge jg bro· a

III a

O.

Northwest

eongr ss the home le a rned

Below,

right, representing the new group. G:lman

at tii

and Tacoma

Hel' record.';

for a $:300 '.:1101-

om peti t()[·s

on campus recently,

area Kiwanians joined with them in a char­

' a bou t U lei I- Odd b) a tten dm g demF 'ed e ra tio n - R e y. � u tne s has woven onstratiol1s and vis i ting le a e! ing rle· , . . a g n pp Ill g tale of lIfe III a DP ea mp par t m ent s to res I into a powerful Christian witnes s. Haloed on a ] · l OO aCTe wheat

purchased t.h8 boo k for distribution

K

Circle

horn,' liY i n � lea!!·

r'olllpetition

'V lIile

living

was il\l"<u d·

I I

.' EYergreen Conference game.

of LSA in advi�er,

Cl1i1- a go. He i.E � uati ona l *

of

*

D r. A n d re w S. B u rg ess, p rofesso r

St.

missio n s

at

Luth e r

S e m i n ary,

Pau l , w a s t h e s p eake r f o r

Mis-

I sio n E m p h asis W e e k in October.


D e c e m b e r, 1 955.

College Union Near Completion \\"ll i l f' I h f> d i n i n g h a l l

waf

temb.. r,

( h e rest o f t h e

p.

C o l l egf' L n·

i o n W<l'" no t. ('ompleted u n t i l De�"

.

ber. i l u i l t at a (' o s t of ,, 3 2 0 , O O O- t he ('iili lt \\ U S 011 l1and be fo r e · o n H truc· tioa bega n the new lmion i s one of uw !'i ll e s t a m o n g : m u l l c o l l egeq ill til P

na tioll.

houses It

It

(j 00 s e a t

lli n i n g

2·6 ;

FOR A LU M N I

s t ud e n t

boo)" ;; lore,

n ('''�, a J 0 1 ! llgP , r o o Ill ,

t

\\

TV

Anna

.V] o tl€'rI1

iu rl e g i g n , the 165 by

1 6 ::;

the

tas t e f u l ly

{J Il t . 'l' h e

£ul'Ilishingll

be

plan ted

i n tile

a rO l l 11l1

p a ti f) ,

!l e I .

I

l()

b p t te l

rea l i t.i �.s

the

Short t a lk s C ' . S i e l kl's of • 'Ol'[ ] , \\� t e rn

Portland,

D i � l ri c t .

:

0'

beautifully appoi nted coffee s h o p .

the

the !-- ;: "

S320,OOO

D r . S . C . Ea � l.vohl, PLC pre shl en t ,

president,

fall of

h a s had a b u �

An, e rican

east (dining <,..

1..1 .:: "- :. .c � ��

h a l l ) side. I n the middle

em' e.

" o l u m b i ii.

All g u s t a na Lntlleran

C o n f e r.

C hnrl'h.

the

N o rt h west

P e rso n n e l

Associa-

I

all I)lls

o ver [01'

,IuO

-t o

nUll ed ll e a t o rs trom

the na t i o n w i l l be on

t h e c o n vel ti oll of

tional Cotnln i ss i n n on

l' a t i o ll and Pro .9�·

I

I

S 9-

am-

th

_

-a-

Teacher Edunal ;' Larulards

sla t.ed for th e l a s t w e e k i ll June_

450 Debaters Vie " In WSA Tourney OYer

are

a p p e a re(l

in

450

de ba t e l' .

50

from

in

*

If,:

a I ways

w o r th y

so m e

If y o u

h av e n't a l r e a d y

ass i st

�Q'"

i:

;:::::.:r.: . 2 -: ! .:.\':

.. �

c

col­

" T h i s w a � the l a r g e s t tourney

I

I

I

the

ma n o f

s p e c i a l gifts group.

�lIl

l� l

t o t e l l i n d u s try t h e n e e ds of pri v a t e h i gh e r ednea l i oll a mi to g e e k f i n a n-

.

� I a I s u p po r t .

S Ia. tE' A t t o rn e y � en e rn l Donald The p rogram \\'a s s lJ o n s o r e d b\.' 'iV. Ea s [:y n l d , �on DE the PLC P I' si. ., o m m i 5 s i o n 011 C o l l e g. e s ,· lrld In· the (; d e n l , ga ' a " l'ee t i l l g o n b e h al f of dU $ try o f the A s o l'i a ti o Il of Ameritil 1 m i l , a n d l a n d d his fu t h r anti mO L ber [o r t h e i r lea e r s h p ntl [ r (' an ' o l l eg e s , f) f w h i c h PLC i s a i d o m e m b e r,

sta t e i n v i ted.

l

..

*

h o l d II

I

a I" S h i p

th e

T a co m a

sch 0

" (; i tizPIl ,

p l ed g e d

at

p l ed g e s

Yvonne

p a s t t h ree y ear s .

Idaho;

1 4.

a

fo u r

The

met

n ew

the

h eld

Mona

at

d

• ,'

t

'

�. �\' �'

ba k e r '

In

Petel

O l e-

Maryin S' ' (I ea 1 er.

T o m-

and

.

m e rY! " k- , l u p I' O 'J 1

th u r

\

r 0

. A nne S- '", ewar'", R elgns . 0 v e r G a I a H omecom lng

Il o f'

.

Love Iy s e n I O r c o e .1 u A n n e S te w Sa lt Lak e C i t.y

r e i g n ed

rt

ILS queen

o ver h o m eeomi n g f e s t i v i t ies ill O ctober . C�,ptain E ug e n e L. Lu gi b i hl.

C r u c i b l e,"

M i l ler

Salem,

co mm a n d i n g

bu si ne ss

: Dr. y er, m o r t i l l d n ,

"The

t places in to Urna-

o v e r the n at io n .

o t f i c e r of the T a c oma educa tion. 1'a l'- " "v a l S t ation, ped'ormecl t h " l'�r \\ e r e Ho well S no w d e n . na t i o ll . Att ellliallt" I f) t h (j u e p n T a ck B r. Il U b l.i S h e l' ; w e re J oanne Poe n r e r, S e a t tle, aDd

a

ba.nl er ;

man

:

133 fi l'.

ss

PLC speakers

TillS i np 11 j s awaTded to (:hooIR whose squad h a s the bes t tourney over all [·el:ol·d.

and

.

11

1948

e l u des 22 s w e e p s t a k es t

d'A l e n e ,

F, ' . e P. l' k lan d en " O O K e b ll s I I1 s s lll a n a p nel on c m p u s I' e c e n t l � art i a a II p t o d i s c u s s what a bu s i n e s s m a n

cllLS ·

for even t;>.

S i nf:e

h a ve \\ on

The

Tacoma ;

PL C .

[n e n ts

P LC

C a r l so n

B e rg ,

Rox i e

M rs.

T l a\

Dr , H . T r i o l o o f E ug p n e, O r e go n,

anll j ud ge

Ho s ti n g LIl i s to u rn e y \, a s anoth r

A l u m-

h e re .

D i etz, both C o e u r

ti c i pa nt s

a n d tllP H e v . Ra l p h J o h n s o n of Se·

alTa nge m e n h

room fn c ::i l i U ell

m e m b ers

Tacoma

with

d i n ner

were

wa n ts in

:\f o y- e mb e r.

charge

Far: u l ty m €'mbers were in

l e ge dormit o rien a nd llne l h

m u s i c so-

a n d V i rg i n i a P ro c h n o w , Y a k i m a .

T w o good f rie n d l;1 o f PLC d i e d i n

department and r [ the

coordll1atol'

Classes were clismissed T ha nks-

N o w " r o n·

Epsi lon, national

C h a pt e r

group

Trio ' I 0 , J 0 h nson D 'Ie

I-

n ey v i s ! tor� mi gh t n tay in t h e col-

*

in

S co u ts

November

nae

t lIis h i s tol'i c c on e l a v e .

spe e h

forward s t flP in fore n s i l' s progr

.

h i g h e r e d u c a t i o n \\ ere d i s cll s s e d a t

I[

wif]

r o r l ty,

u c a ti o n . T h e needs a n d p ro bl e m s or

I

establ ish i n g ,

E p s i lo n S i g m a C h ap t e r ( P L C ) of

t he \V ll l te House C o nference on Ed-

In

H. Karl, cha i r'ma n of

s pe ec h

PLC

d P ro fes s

giving w Elek in order that the t o 11 r·

or

M u Phi

Pr e s· I

s t a t e

t h e tonrney even t s wh.ieh w e re

:+:

T h e l a s t days o f N o v emb e r , i u e n t E as t \ o l d \\' a s one of fo r col, lege hefllls 111 'N a s h l l1 g to n I I1Yl ted t o

:

t he

, ,"VSA

o f 1 0 ('a l

done

a n d 2 S,

heads in the

h i s t o ry, "

'l' h p o (] o r e O.

feren('e on the c a m pu s JanU[�rr 27

\\ a s

lI n i Y e r 5 i ti s

and

I \VSA

i sue. •

l e ge s

F u n ds.

a re a

d u s try and H ighe r E d u c a ti o n . L e a diag i ntlus tri a l i n ts f the nation wer

travel on be-

FI'o m t h e re he w e nt t o :\ e w Y o r k in \Va s h i ngwn ; D r, e o f 2 0 c ol l e ge � re s' e Hallg'('. dean of the co l leg e , a n d Da, l \' h r e he was o t \'id \\'l>l d , PLC' s t u d e n t pod y p I' . i . l e n ts \\- h o V I Si t e d h e leaders t. na· tlOnal c o rporatlOll s . He a l s o VISi t e d d Pll L ' The Hey. :\'eale l� eboll of s ea Lt le c o r p o r a t i o n h e a d s ill A k r o n , Ohi O, rf>lIrl a . 'l'l' e t i n .f! [ rom D r. S. L. S w e n . a nd D e t roit . M i c l l. T il e p u r po s e wa '� p r (>llill en t .

pho tograph

Explo rer

Eastv Id Travels All Over tate, Nation I n T0 Gal"n Support for HI"gher Ed ucat"o

l

so n ,

from

and

te m b e r .

all.

fre shma II

atte n d e d

t i o n c o n v e n t i o n i n P o rt l a n d i n

F'ro m

of

d e a I'l

L es l i e O. E k l u n d , d ea n

e rs h i p of o u r n a t i o n by c o n t r i b 'J t i n g

college u n i o n w h i c h is just

------

Dr, S

U ni Y e r. P h i l i p E.

P l ace m e n t

*

b a t e , o ra to r y , impro m p t u , e li.t m­ p o r e a mi i n t e r pre ta.ti ve read i n g .

to,

th

u r por t e d Colleges and

in

men,

G u i dance

so, y o u or yo u r g r o u p c o u l d m a k e a

e o - spolIsors of t h i s event w i th t h Lnt heran C h u r c h ; Dr. H . L. Fo s s of IHIl f of higher e dll l, a ti o a . s i l p a e e n in l o t n i O r e C o u ll c i l f o r Ai d to Ed ucati o n . .I . p, n I o b } h c t c i Se.a ttle. p re s i n e n t . Pac i l l c D s t ri s e r , Jr. , Tacoma, w a s Enl l l ge l i caJ L u t h e ra n Chu rch ; D r ' f o r a m ee t i ng o f t. h e m a i n (,ommit- W ey e rha eu . . r el S sponsors. Dr. Eastvold a l e t the e of one m e e Dey ry ll1 l' l Ln th fo te A . S '1 l Il ey Tricke t t o f Se a t t l e , pxe ef'll t l ve d irel'tor,Assoeiat i o n o f 1\ on · o pmen t Fun d. D r E a s tvol d i s cha i r- w a s o n e o f t\\'o e o l l ge

Ta .':<l l le,

of

f i n e i n v e st m e n t i n t h e f u t u r e l e a d -

about completed. Top is a n exterior view of r. . " · .. ... �t .. ... ..0 ... .. ... r ..... � '- ; r' d �; r ....· � .. + � � l i i' : "' 3

H're given by

H er

t h e m.

N EW COLLEGE U N I O N-Here are views

said

of

v i d u a l s g i ve sch o l a rs h i ps to

o th e r educa tion t h � m to fal' . the

l i fe," h

convention

Col l ege

:

.t\ o v e mbe r

T h ere

and

the

equip

Jf

of

c o m p I e t e th e 'l r co I I e g e w o r k . S e v e r' . , . a I o r g a n I z a t i o ns, c h u rc h es an d I n d I-

( Co n t i nu e d from page o n e )

with

the

d i rector

n,

pa r t i c i pated

st u d e nts w h o n e e d f i n a n c i a l h e l p to

Pre s i d e nt Honored l i o n n !o ng

w o m e n , and

I

B p r t r a n d,

Fortress,"

d ress up t h€' area around the u n i o n , I n I h f' :;prin g , f l o w e r ,,; . 8 h r u b � awl will

ve ,

[ro m Park

*

W i c kstro m ,

the U an Gi l l o t the Mo n th [ o r " A :lI i g h t � w e s ler n s ta t e . m e t ou ' u m pu. 1 0N a ti o n a l L u t h e ra n C O l l nvember 21-23 fo r the a l l nual 'Vest­ l' i l v u b l i e a tion for �e r\' i c e person· ern Speech A , s o c i at i o n tournam nt.

a blade topppd piLl'k i n g lo t

s

side of th e cam·

O a ld,lIId, Ca l i L , was c h ose n Lu t h e r-

trudure.

bu i l( ! i ll.� a nd

N o rt h west

Car 01

COJ1('rete si(lev. a l ks and c u r bs dnd

lr

of

Corva l l i s t h i s

o l o r ( · o m b i n a t iO l l s g i ve ( ' ] a s s t o t h e

frame

l e ad e rs h i p

N i els

DI·.

p hysi c s ,

M a rg a r et

Off i c i a l s at O re g o n State C o l l e g e i n

J'inished i n8ide and

m od ern

e d u c at i o n ,

p rogram

the

rOo l o n E'-:>,tory b u i l d i ng i8 colorfully

�lu d

LL

:::

Marn

t e ac h e r

a n(1 m n s i c l i s e n le n i n g

a n t i s f v el'al o th e r f e a-

[0 :\o rt h H al l .

0 1'­

o th e r l arge l o u nge�, a n

0

A u g ustana

� [ a l l e(] on the no r th P II S on IVh ' el e r 5 t..

fa('lI l ty lo u ng e , a I' c r a ti o n

a

.1l u m n i o ffil'

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T a c o m a C i v i c O r c h e stra, u n d e r t h e

GROWING PAINS- -The record shollering enrollment this fall made it necessary to put I

three girls in most rooms in Old Mai n . The construction o f West H a l l will a l leviate this si tuation a nd make i t possi b l e to return to the normal two i n a room,

b at o n of D r . Sta n l ey C h a p p l e, i s " . h o l d i n g Its co n c e rts til o u r c h a pe l a u d i to r i u m .


College bulletin 1955 december