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Pacific Lutheran

allege Bulletin

JU LY,

VOLUME XXXVI

1956

NUMBER

Board of Trustees Adopts Record Operating Budget

Gifts Needed To Furnish West Hall; Response In Past Has Been Thrilling In

discussed

wp buil t two new dormi­

b ienni ulIl

F ound a ti on for it.� �enerous '(ift,

make payments on thIS k,an each SIX

$1.00

lh,..

1:,1 Ties.

t:J r' sr farult

Enrollment Increases

annual rcop rt to th. . board,

In hi

S. ._ Eastvold st ated that tht ('ullc-ge "nrollm<:nt for the school )f":tl' whirl, e nds in June, is 1,693, ,HI incf('as(' of 2:� per c('nt. ovn last yt'ar's Ct·cur 1 enrollnwnt. H, It'ported t.hat $:l+,9l+.7l had Iw('n .>.(i\' ('n by the cull"Il" to 5tudcnts re8ident

MRS, HALVORSON APPOINTED - {", Carl H; \v o rson of Oswego,

.

Or('gon. was app ointed to the board of Irustees rn:emly to fill all un ex p i r('d ll'nii by Dr. H. L. Foss, chairman, I vor

on is

member of Our

a

Lutheran Church, rbe Rev, iJllalll -I. Gent z, pas tor. -�-

-�_-_- -J"_-';

,rship, and "rnntl-in-aid, and SIll" of : +:),014- ' is had been pari-tin,,· ,tudt' nt ,111ploy,"rnt

11[1 I �UJlPJl .

l�u .!wrvt: .j� '\ tt"1l1por"try i nfinna ry, hOIll" uf th .. Rev. Miltotl l\:(' $vi ', 80 I " Wbed.-r St. , adjdcl'nt tu tht' (:oll",�t' t "ioB �nd lb, nrw donni­ turi,'s, wa, jJufchast:d by thl' board. he tru,I<'(" xprt'ssrJ thanks to ill­ di\ iduabi, orga ni ...:ations and t..:orpora­ (iam whu have' (nntributt:d funds to tIlt' l'1'[k�t' during- Ih,· past year. th'

Ten Conclaves T is Summer �I

I�n

on\· r · nt ion s

:5,OO() peT ons an' being IpllS thi, surnlllrr.

tr;octonu. fl\'t'r Iwld on car B

"

t \\'

Ild conferenc s at­

,. n

L"a,l!ltl't> fro[11

600

all

and

700

Luther

over l'iorth America

,·x(JI·rtt·d for the Lutheran Fn:l' Clott, dl L. L. c onvent IOn AUgllst :! 1Lb . . II facilitic on call1pu, will 4<': II" d hy th, visiturs, Tn lIl'll'! 0\ r-r 701l I'!lucators trom , ,CI), tat,· in thl" land attt-ndrd tht' "ParkLlnd Confl'l"cncc"' of lht: Nation­ al (:UlllIlIis io n on Teacht'l Edu c at io n "ntl PlUfl'.. iOlHd StandMds. Four w ork ('onf,on-n'TS pn'cedrd the main {�\'ent, \p \ isil o)" s w,·p- on hand [roTll .J un(o . ' ��-:HJ. 1 he ALl: j\ortlowcstl'rrt district met lilt' fi SI \VI-' k i l l ]rtn,· vith 130 pas tors :Lnd Jdr�,'tr P,..'>('I1!. \notl"'r .-\mer;1':11' Llltheran Church gruup, th,' d,striet IIth"1 L ,· a � lll' . held :1 \r-"dership 'lhn()1 J1.1" �-7. Four F,var\([I'!,,::d Lllthtr::lII Church arr �Ialcd. Ml'etin� COflI unf,-!('u«' 'UI r nlly Ju ly �:!-:'!5 will be: tht' Pari�h \vol'k"rs .lrtd thl Parish Education lusti Lite,' Th. Pacific dis t r ict L. L.I j,·"dcnhlJ) �clouul w J \1 he AUl:just \. 18, Ilnd tIlt' Chora l Institut," AlI�LL�t 27-:11. 'l"hr' L. L. I"ader�hip schoul of lhl' ':ohullbia C:oniercncp, Augustana Lu lhc"r;tn Churl'h, i lated fut August 2i to :-., ptl"mb r �. al('

a third

d ormit ory

has

bct'n

furnish th,'

Agency. �e I

ing and Home Finan�' e Illonths.

c omin g

trust e. made defin itt- plans to in­

2. W,' need gifts from thr ee fri�nd' � 1 ,000 �ach to furnish the thr�r

�tudy lounges.

tion were loaned by the F .. dnal Hous-

[ht>

For the foll owin g w'ar,

�Lhool year.

of

:i. We need on' gi f t f $5,000 t main loun Te. built. It represents an in\'('stm"nt of 4. Wt' nerd as many as possible who $580,000.00. As was the case with the will !:rive I�sscr gifts to be used t(.ward other d orm itories, funds for constrtlc- tht: sum to tal of the cost oi the build­

board made plans to .I(ive a bonus to during the

$5,000.00.

to

\'ow

Aft(T expre$sing thanks to the Ford

Illembers

one do rm i to ry.

Indi\'iduals, groups, organizations and

business finns cOlltriblltf'd gift, from

$5 0.00 gift or Som e friends have

furni shed as TIIany as thne room: in

rooms and lounges in those

structures. The resp onse was th r il l ing!

at th ,· an nual sp rin g

eve ry

pledge when paid.

time asking them to assist in fu rnis h­

ing: thr'

nll'Nin,q of the Pacific Luth�ran Col1<"((<' B ard of Trustee,. 1 h milli1l1unl bud.get 'Jf $1,045,9L7.86 for n�xt �ch ool ynir is th, larg ­ ("t. in th, hist ory of tlw culkge. Larg­ ·-t itl'nl in th, budl(l·t is tht' payroll (if $52!l,:195.

facult

placed on the doo r of ('ach room to acknowledge

to the friends of the coliege at that

Are ( 0 I' d operatin.(( budget was

Ily ,al.Hies durin g the next

19.14

tories at a cost of $1,115,000. We went

adoptc-d dud plans for inereasinl!; facwnl'

3

LAY S CORNERSTONE FOR WEST HALL-Dr . S . C . Sielkes , r ight , presi denl 01 Ihe Nort h western District, American Lutheran Church, is shown laying the cornerstone lor West Ha II , d ormitory

Ior 130

women. On t h e left is Dr. S. C. Eastvold, PtC president.

Church Leader Urges Youth Attend PLC Dr. S. C.

Sidkes, president of thp Northwestern Distr,ct

,

I

� I, 1956 issue

of "The Lutheran Standard." Follow

lh� artiek:

.

F u nds are VItally nt'eded nOw to fur ·

.

known as \Vest Hall. The$(

I.

for

the

Bdo\\'

IS

l I st

a

of donurs who have

i g \ t'tl Since' the last tittlf' the Colleg-e

p u blish l'd

�I

. ,OOU ..

(s('cund

a list .

'I'Ir. arId IV

!'>,Irs.

Gus :\,it'fllan

p-ift) , S po kane; E iner

Zf'n (second gift), Burlington.

K nu t-

.$500 - Miss Mar.1!aret Da l!doe rd e, Pro"e,; In Memory of Sherman Da-

\' i dson , Mr.

and Mrs.

Olaf J ordahl,

Parkland: In Mc,rtory of Mr. and

ng- i s part of

DorTli

�attle: Pacific Au"ilian,'

..

:-., 0.

Ja(ob S amu el so n ,

I

Lu t heran CollEge

la nd ; PLC

I

plate w ill

areas,

Bremerton. , 38.67 -

Eph r t a a,

W.

Luthnatl S u n da y

$25-Phyllis

to

df which ar v{' • much We must prepare to

$.'iOO,OOn will build a du rn I1ltn!

To

itory [or

the chull' nge of rhi' n("eel you.r pray rflll up­ "Port. We cannal do it witholH you. Uld Main dor m ito ry is k..-epinl<; pace Th i, i· your opp rtunil�' to inn� t In wi th the new r(' sid(, l Ic� halls. the youth of today who will b� (h, One of thl' features of :-"orth and h' dfT$ of tomorrow. Wt: invit. Y(JU la South HaJJs is a l..iephon(· in "\Try join the I yal baml who C :'ifr, II .Ike ·

rn�.·t

growth WI;

rOO1"I1.

po.siblt- th,

Thi,

summer 100 tcit-phon(" "r� beinp: illSl�lill'li ill (Jiu id:dilt. �v 11l ..li. ;i \vill h a\ c a " ' ph o l1 e in ( " \ ( ,1'y roan!.··· W,'st H;dl is !;,,,tting the 'phones, to(r70 of t!onn. Addin.g thes," !ll'W ph ones to the 1 :Ll ,' x isti n g ones makes :W:l u n its in the fOl,r dorrnitn rif's. To handle- the added load, 1 0 trunl-. line s are being add .. d by Ill(" Tf'lc ph onc Com pan y, b ri n�ing: to 1 8 the number of central office trunk lines gi"ing t\vo-\vay sf'rvice t o th d orms . Anothf'r PBX board is be in!! added in South Hall, so that the opt' r­

tlH'ran

('xpanslOn of PacifiL Lu­

College ..

You C.el Returrb inve ·I(.Or look, for rt'lurns from his rnurory. Yr.)ll wil! find that an inveHrnt'n in thl: ,oulh or loda) '-'iln be a most Sl1tisfyin g �xpr rience. 01 today's . OJU th an; tl) Ie dt rs of to­ morrow. What our communiti,.s, lIa­ ti on and world ill be li k,· tomorrow will depend uplm the training. dlar­ aetr'r, and spiritual fiber of its It' el�r­ A wis< -

ship.

Pacific Luth" . n College offers such

ator ('an handle the load.

an opportun ity for

YOu

invt'stment.

Young men and WOIDl:n an: being glv­ New Number ('n ,'xc cl lent acad�mic tnU ning in ; "'Ole this we ll , old and new students . POSltl\'C 'h ristian f"nvirnnm.'nt 1'hi$ Your t,.kph one nurnbn will be (�R. is the tyP(' of education which wiiJ 0271 (T ac oma) . giw' the world of tomurrO\ the Ita With this added <tTvicc, Pr e sid e nt S.

C.

Eastvold states that

more telephones per

colkgt' in

PLC

ership it requires.

has

To give youth a d t'�l uat

s tuden t than any

facilities in

which to live and study. the

North America.

has ,expanded

pid1y in

Colleg� years

recent

in\ ested t

make

have taken an­ other fOl'\vd..rd SlCOp. Wcst Hall for womcn is a ""ry worthy project. WI' in\'i tl you to inves t in cOInpauy wuh t his p05'ibl,', Now w�

'

man) others.

M.

Gift Suggestions

I".,:

Grahll, Seattle,

Mnnorial (hurch, Portland;

NELSON LEAVIN G

T1l<' Rn". Arnold W. :\'dson of Si l Robl·rt KnutOlcn, "('rton, Oregon, [[lemhl'r of the bo ard

E.

w i sh lD

I[ift in cash at this tim.c.

Schoo l,

West Allis, Wisconsin.

mllkc YUUI total Cash IS need­ "d, but tllllY WI' say fl'ankl that all f U> lit PLC hope vbu will 11 (' thl pkd", and {hu.s mak<' our lot,.! gifl largCT than lb,' wtal of your rash 1I'1ft 2. You may \ j,h to pay monthly, qua, tterly. stmi-annuall or annunll, Whit h 't pun you Sit ,gt" I wLll ov­ ur pron:duIT for st'llchog you a ern I .. You tIlav

,'SIO-Women's MlSsionary Socinyl

Everett S;1\'agl',

compr:lled

ts in off-campus

of buil d a fl( W dOT itory f r ill!"n a.\ soon be as p ossi blt". Who will come forward wi th a gift of :an .. ntin: building?

Howard Berg-I

Ci,euit

somc

Many persons h avt

ChOlr of In.. \.... l'st.

,'S+2-0IYlllpic

ar

sub-standard.

Campas Phone IS ervlce EX andI I

\IIt-

house scores of stud

equip one or

add,-

. . Campu. '\1\ d rrrutOrle. . are f'll , e d to apac1tv. La�t vear wt' Itad ' . ' a twenty - t h ree per • nt InCTcast: In , ollr . ('nroII ment,I A noth�t I arge menase ' IS · tlon to OUI

anticipated,

sixty-five

.$50-Wt.lI. Labes, Parkland.

I,: Mr. and Mrs.

S<'atti';

�{".

from

$.500.00 each, A bro[w

utll and �r�: ?h�istin',HO\'�an�: Park-

Mr;. of Lu ther

Pnn]. St andt , Mrs. E s thn J. B ru­

nick,

1

bu i ldin �' Tacoma; Mr. and

dormitory

gifts

more study-bedrooTlls in the amount

Recent Givers To Dorm Building Fund ('Ollll' in regularli to thl' c Ol lc ge ·

nef'd

zations to fu rni sh and

other

Gifts

\Ai<-

arc the

friends, grou ps of friends, or organi-

American

"Do all of us appreciate what Cbristian higher education means for our young people, for tbe welfare of our nation and the world � Some amcng us do, and they are willing to let it co:;t tbem something. Tbey arc willing to sacrifice for it. and they are ready to go oUl of their way to see that their young people att('nd our Ch�is­ ria n colleges. "\Ve arC' thankful to God that we have such a line Christian col!t: g e right here in our own district--nameIy, PACIFIC LUTH RA 1 �OLLEGE. There isn't a finer Christian College any\vherc in cur nation. ·'SchalJ._ri{::dly I)!�(� !"2t�.� HTirh rh'! vl_'�y b!��h.)�t �n0 JS (�r :'l� its ad�quacy of physical plant and beauty of campus are con­ (\;'rned, it is unsurpassed. But what is of infinitely greater im­ portance is that this is a Cbristian colle e, wbne the 'Nord and tbe Spirit of God and of our church permeate all of life ,1nd education. "I t is time now for our youn g people, especial I y those who art' graduating from high school this spring. to make plans for their college career. 'Vie sincerely h pc that they will i'arnestly and prayerfully consider enrolling in our own Pacific Lutheran Col­ lege. "I specifically urge you to take into consideration the spiritual values that are offered at PLC and to recognize wbat that will mean for all of your future relationships of family, cburch, and salvation, "A third new dormitory is under construction at PLC. I t will be like the rwo already in existence, Ther' is a great need for funds to furnish tbe individual rooms. The cost of furnishing one such room is S500. V'le hope that a considerable number of our good people will again be ready to assume tbe furnishing of one such .. room.

fund

.

nlsh room s In the nt'w dorm, t ory to be

nceds:

Dorms Filled Wcst Hall is a much needcd

Funds Needed

Lutheran Church, wrote an a rtidc on C hristian hi,u;hcr ..dll( " ti un in the Ap ril

.

'

ing. :\o gift is to(> small and nOlle can

possih l y be too largC'!

Shown installing 0 telephone in Old Main are M. A .. Stephenson, left, ond A. J. Hemen way, Pacilic Telephone ond Telegrap h

I

frit' ndly r t rnind u

Company employees.

You ma.y desir!:' tu mak<' your in otb.er paymt:nt ,ud B u rlingt n; Richard for the Paci fi c TdcphOlH' and T .. le­ wall; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ecbtrom, submitted his r('signalion on tht' b oa r d "raph Co., is work i ng with PLC on as s tocks, bonds, ,,"LII iti(': or prtiP" ('rty_ If Slleit is the cas�, w i l l you �o S"attll'; Eliz'tbc·th Nt'svi k, in memory because he has accep'ed a call to O ur the installation. indic at e and the Pr ,idt'f\t of th Col­ of]. K. :\'('svik, Salem: Dr. and Mrs. ' Silvi or's Lutheran Ch ,reh, Milwaukee, Dial System lege will woJ' out tht" dt't!1ils with S. C. Eastvold ( second •l!:ift) , Park- \Vis. He leaves Sept"[[lber I, It was Som,·thing new is b"ine' added to S tu h! miller,

Edwall:

la nd ; Re\". and

hTr

S tuh lm ilk r,

Ed-

of tmstecs for the p" t four y�ars, has

:\'.

].

Arndt,

Jr.,

sl'l'\'icr-

Mrs. K elme r i\. Roe' expected that a succes'or would b,' ,"xpedit th,' adrninistra�ion tt'lephonc I dec-tt'd at the PLC .'\ssoeiation rn�d- service. A snni-automatic dial system Ing" In �inneapo]is the le st \\'t'"ek in is being installed. For on - campus ails

Mrs. (second gift), Pa rkla nd ; Mr. and d Parkift), n ls con lif . � (.se o l) () J fur' C land" A. E, Lonl.(, Inc. (s('cond gifL),

June.

3.

l'nt(incf'r

(Continued on pag ... four)

cU11tribution

I

you.

�f It

4. You lI l ay h,

g ivi ng in min d.

v.

somr othu

FI,'t:\ fr"...

plan

u> !U!I'gc:st


PAC I F I C L U T H E R A N C O L L E G E B U L L ET I N

Page 2 --

J u ly,

West Hal! De dication I S et For Homecoming tanford U., pte In 'Dual Degree' va- ' Engineerin g Pact

1 956

Dr. Wee Calls For More Religion In Higher E d ucation

The

Coro n a t i o n of the qucpn and a

a rt' pl a n n e d fo r F ri d ay , , r i fi e Luthrran C ol l r' "r' w i l l Join Octoher 2 0 . S a tu rday at 2 p . m . P LC ta n ford n i v e rsi ty Sc I' o ol o f w i l l play Eastr' !'n Wash i n g t o n i n foot - w i th the ball. E n gmee n n g m a d u a l de 'reI' , , pro­

his

Dr. W, c, who is

c h ai r ma n of the b ard oi h ri s t i a n du ca tio n of the Evangelical L u t he ran C hurch, ad­ d ,. , ed a h ro ng of O\'f�r 3,000 p e rs ons In Memorial Gymna: i u m.

No Loy al ty to God

D r. W · ,

aid

\N . . st Hall w i l l be d c d i c a ted in conn cc t i o n w i t h t h e S u n d a y mor n i n g wors h i p of til(' s t u d e n t congrega tio n .

\J

t h a t our education is

j Ea5tv0Id Cholen ('\ r n t .

P R E S I D ENT'S R E C E P T I O N-O ne of the

big

even" of comm e ncement week

end

is

the

Mn. S . C . Eas tvold. PicEosNold, Dr. Ea.tvold, W i l l i o m H. l u d-

a n nu a l President'. Reception for t h e . e n i o r > by Pre.ident a n d tured at this year'. event are, left to right: w ig .

Jr .•

-.

and Carolyn P r itcha r d ,

.

B r t h I s he s h a l l b e vl c t onou s and by no t h i ng else."

m li fe

Siefkes Officiates D r . S. C . Sidkes, p re si d en t of t h e Northwestern D is t ri c t , American Lutheran Church, I�id the c o rne rst on e for West

Hall i n cerclIl o n i ('s

hdd a t

noo n .

Mr>.

-

P

\

oa n Kittelson a nd J o n S o ine , h om r' c o m i n g co-chai rIl1f'n, a re plan n i n g the

a dd res s

about the n cd fOl rd i g i o n in c; du c a t i o n, the Madi .o n , Wis . , cl�ric con ti nu e d , "As a les I t , the u n i ('!"Sity world has b,,­ co III0:' wf' -d im 'nsi nal , dealin g wi t h t i me and space, but lacking a sense of th" nee .sity \ " I idity of God." C c n t( ' ring

19

r i e t )' p r o gr a m

has

tu

tcst

c)f W es t Hall for climax a n n u �1 Homccorn-

in" fl' � t i \"i tit"s plann e d for October

replaced the hapel in c u e at i n ," D r . M o rr i s Wee t ol d 1 7 0 'fraduatcs at P a c i f i c Lu th('r� n 'olk g"', May 2 7 . ' 'The

d e d i cat i on

w o m e n w i ll

,gram ,

I n "'Try way the

Presid,'nt S.

r ra l a rts roJ le�e to a rrange the p ro­

fter

DENVER

Eas tvold of P aeific

from

S

o w n rent' wed

o n li de nc

Graduate'S

in God. •

re Debtors

" Y ou arC' J UtOI'S-to your paren , t each r ' , y ur n a t i o n, your l' l l U rch ,HI y U T aVlOr," the 'p ea k e I' c()(ll' I ud,'d . " By what yo are and ",na rou w i ll becom · . you carry a resolve tlr a t sornellc)W in the day ahead you \Vi II repay that deh ." Twenty st ud en ts w(;rc gradua ted w i t h 1 0nOTS ParentS Crom Ketchikan, Al aska, to LI m o n • ove , Calif .• and from Mis­ soula, Mont., to S � Lake C i ty tah, I t t e nd ed the eommencem" n t exereis your

Eastvold Pr aches before

of vet 1 ,200 p e rso n s at baccalauTea te service. in he chapt·1 that m o rn i n g, Presiden S. C. Eastvold reminde d th e gradu3 11's that the c a l l to seTve God ovc r -ride s . tll v t he rs , "Go w h e r e P r ov i d c n c r;-uides," he told t h em , " and you w i l l perform mira les with y our Ii e s in the moral a n d spiritu:d world . " Speaking

a

th r on g

"Glorify God by bei n� both ge n tl e

nd pure," he c o n t i n u e d . "Let you r

wis d o m lie i n your artle ;l nd "hildlike d 'p e n de n t< u po n God, Tell the truth and baffl,' th devil. Th e puw I' of a C h r i s t i an must lie i n his holy hea rt , i n his earnest lon,«U a nd in h i s l oo k of love:. trength and

truthfulnt'!s

I h pc c i a t io n,

th a t rtIcmbnship i l l t h i s

the

l a r ,g cst

un ivl'\'s i t y WOIYll: n

in

Asso­

or ga n i z a t i o n the

wo rl u ,

mean a g re a t deal to yo u r a nd to your a l u IlIIlac."

of

will

i ns t i tu t i o n

T

NEW

AFFILIATE

Denver

( Colorado)

Univer­

other schools and con f i rmat ion is fro ll l

expected

some of them t h is

SUlllI1lcr. pon

graduat ion,

he w i l l ITCCIW· both

a ba c h d or of a rts d . . g-n:r

a nd

f ro l

PLC

a ba e h r-lo r of sc i e n ('(' df'gn'

frOIll

S ta n fo rd .

Thollgh the prog-rant I S o ll l y I h r l' "

years o ld , t h e n u m be r of s t u d e n ts , e n ­ ro l le d is . t,,:'l dil) in creasi n g . O t h e r p' t i ci p a t i n g' ('011(' ," "'<'S are I daho. l . larc-

S

I

'"

t hey have entered into t he 3-2 p ro�r a m with Pacific Lutheran, b r i ng in� to three the nu mbe r of schools now af f il ia t ed with PLC on the engilleerin� program . Nego t ia­ tions arc in proce s w ith several

O

Standard Oil Gives $400 S h arsh-

U,

sity t ha t

R

N

arts

liheral

Word has be en received recently

i\ .

W

of

Lutheran, th,. stn-

will concrntratc on e n," inc cr in ,'st udies for t wo ycars at S tanford.

fragment ized, u ndisdplined, irr l i g­ " La y i n g of c orn e rs to n es h a s bct:o rnt' iou : a n d lacks dir etioll and has no a n a nn u (1 l , a nd sO Inr ti rll r s a �l'llI iov(" r-a rc h ing l oy al t y t o Go d , "Our a n n u a l , (,\T n t on thi:-. c: a ln p us ,1l h e nasic probI� ln ha,; littl to do w i th war s a i d . "The c h u rch sa l u t('s Prcsid e n t t e l' Illcmhns. An i nc ol ll c o f appro x i D r. East\ old said th .. <rssociatioll has or pt'acl', price supports or t ax ttdu.:­ Eastvold and t h ose c on ne c t ed w i t h m a t e l y .11 5,000 W.,IS rf'c " iw'd t h ro u g-h rc c e i w'd $ 7 5 , 000 t h e p a s t y ea r i n c o n­ t io ns , but i t has ever y t h i ng to d o with t h i s c o l " ' ,{e f I the t rem e n d o u s progwc(' k l y wors h i p offerings. Cont nl u n i o n tribu t i o m from c o r p ora t i o n s In th(­ the w i d cs p lc-a d collaps' of C h ri s t i a n rcss w h i c h i h" ' i n g- nUldc." Sc\,\·icrs w . . ... . h d d the first Su nd a y s t a t ( and nation. fa i t h . Ma n in t h w('stnn world h as Wcst Hall dormi tory for 1 3 0 WOIll"" ,: n i n " of ,'aeh month w i t h o rd a i ne d "This is a bu \'c thl' �\ f' r a g e f o r t hr. i ll 1 large me asu rr' forsa k e n th,· God en wi l l 1)(' <:omplctcu hy S e pt elll be r I . prof('s�ors a ssis t i l1u: t h e pastor in thes(, :H i si ntilar o rg- a n i za t i o ns i n l h ,.. coun­ of his fat h a s . " he ,aid . Fifty-two books, pamphkts and pubd h o u n. F i " , ' stll d " n ts wne b<l p - try fo r t h , ' s,'cond year of op er a ti o n " l i r: a t ion s w('re sea led i n t o t h e (' o r n t:r- s a e re r u '" e l l e o bt"cn h t n i t . b iteral v av, "W " tiz,'cJ and foun, ... n Wf' \'C c on fi nlled . It is expected t h a t $ 1. �0,000 will b,. f I t U l t on :an ed u c a t ed peopIc," the s to n e . ra i s ed Ilext yea r. ,\ bo \'(' a l l t he st udC' n t s hcg a n to k a rn . s pt- ke r con t i nw'd, "but i gn or a n ce is L " S S th a n t w o yra, r ,' 0" ," 0 the a'' Sso , t h rough a c t u a l pa rticipation w h a t It till our burd" n . The mos t e d u cated s up an " ffi c c ' i n e a t t le .. w i t h s h o u l d t r u l y m( . . n t o be a n a d u l t Illem- e i " tion c t W'!lf'rat ion i n h i s to ry i a lso Ont' of t h e D r , , \ , Stallkv f r i l' k e t t as ,'xc c u tiv" ber of a C Ol l g r '{;! tion. B u t t h e s t u d i rer tor. wo r ld 's rno t fr i g h tc n " d and hewil­ d e n t s W ' T" " hi, t o speak for thent<Il-r d grner a tiOlb ." selves, }'o l 1o\vinl.. i s a S l l l n rnary o f t h e Pacific Lu th . . ra ll College h a s been 1'h -<pcak( I i d that We have sp i r i t o f th , ' congTcgation as w r i t t e n plae"d on th e list o f i ns ti t u t i on s pro­ karned, a t I Irg la,t, th a t an e<iuc at ,: d fo r the pari'h pap" b y G c n e P c i s k r r \'i d i n 'l mClTlbt'rsh i p (,J i g i h i l i ty in the TWO world is not necessa r i l y " h a pp y or C 0I IpS ophomore pI ( , - C I 1 1 s t ud" nt a nd a n i ve rs i ty a s A merica n Associa t ion of wisr o m: , but tha t the natu r of edu­ Col l eg e h a , 1'('n d t e th u L . . Pncifi ga r g n n r o . c ti of t h e S tlldcllt Co \'I'o\11cn, it was a n no u n c c d rcc c n tl ) b y l I t(' n l be ca t io n is motl' import" n t than th Cl' i\'"d tw o $ ..\00 s c h ob rsh i p s for next ]3oard of D,·aeons. r. C. J.: � , t 'old, PL( ' prr·�·i(k n t . . ' t,,[,, i oll of "du atio n . t a n d a rd Oil Co , of yeal from t lH' Adventur� in Fe l lo ws h i p This means that O nte n graduates Ca l i forn i a. Callc'd kad ers h i p scholar.. \d\T n t l l re, indeed! Like a ra nc hlT of PLC h old i n g 0111' of fo u r dcgrces Fa i t h ee de d sh i ps , the a wa rd s arc to be given Oll who a nxi0u s l y w a t c h c s t l t e p rogr e ss of I n g i vi n g lht: a n sw " r to this prob- iln: e l i g i ble f o r lT Iem bc r s h ip in the As­ thc basis of scholast i c ;,tanding and his \\'hPH t, so aI',' wt:; s e e in g K i n gdon)· km, Dr. Wee sa id thdt re l i g i o us faith s o c i a t ioll . The degrces a re ba che lo r o f c d , w i t hout tonsiclna t i o n of cou rs( n(, o oll l'\T l t r or d on wn n r o"olll h ,n' , n o i t a c , edu o rts of in h c a b art" el r i.. rH','f"ss;Jty to l ife and tha t t: dueat ion a s t ud y , r a er', sex or need . The seh o l· of !:, c � rl W d here b o ' the p t h ca mpus. w h ich c a. n p r od u e th e f"ssen ti a l c i li- ba c h e lor o f s c i e n c e i n ",c d i c a l «' eh n o l ­ d i s on e . " r s h i p' w il l be gi "" 1\ PL C for a t w o a s e no d . . r ' ( t t were a c s n t th w nurs a ld in y h..J ce of n e i c or o b r s ,,:( al I. e n fo r ou r w rld lIlUSt be: a n ed uc a' "''h err- bl� fOfe ' WI' \\'or;:<l h 'lppl' d a pa rt , "J c a r period ' a f t e r w h i. c h thrrc w i l l be i n g education. t i on which I oks in fai th to Alm i gh t . . . . a four. y('ar I � yoff w h t l c othl'r colk?;('; , no\v onf S p l n tu;1 I �Xprf's.slons a rC' u n l t U pon i n forming PLC of th i s " e. t i o n Gvd. . • ' ' I ' . ' our , ) t u uc n t \...... on e;r e r; at l on . are. '-'?; I\ n the f\lnds . ed -111 t I liS, "The ch u rch docs not p c n tly by the B oa rd of D i rectors of the _ To e x p l o r ' th,' impression our haw: th ,' whole answer," he said. AAU W, Eunice C. Robcrts, cha i rman •. ha C:1 nn ot corne until secular- of t h e COllltnittr:c on Standards alld ch u rc h has 1II;,tie un t h i s c a m pu s i ..., d soc iet y . tan ' in penitrnce bd re Recogn i t i o n , wrote: "I c on gr a tu la t e would be an ir l l p os ' ib lr task, f o r i ts God and demands that the whole yo u on the a pp r ov al by the AA C W o real impact is ill in di vi d u a l hearts. A n d . t i o n Tef1ett ita for our st a nd a rd s of a p prova l a rc h i g h . r'\Tn t o n,,'asu re t h . visible proA'rc'ss of , t r u c t u e .A I ts �du

U

" ' ars

Pa c ifi .

at

d � nt

reccntl�· in Spokanc.

S

thrre

st u d ies

L u t h era n Collegl' was rc-"'cct�d pres-

Colle ge Receives AAUW Reco gnition

C.

i l!;, ra m wi t h Sta n ford .

Also rr-elcctr:d w c re the Vn)' R" v. A . L elll i e u x , S. j ., pr e s i d en t of Se­ it s u c r ess i n its first yea r t h a n could a ttk I ' n i n:rs i t y, as vice-president, a nd have b('('n hoped fnr . ( )u t of the si" th .. R t . R,'v. a p ha e l Hei der, .S.B., hundn:d studn,ts li\'ing- on campus 51. \1 a rt i n ' s C o li,: ,!!; !" ;" scerdaryfOUl hundrcd t w : nt y- fi\ c bCC(ll1IC c h a r- treasure r.

dC'nt Co n g: r cg a t i on

it

S.

Thr'

ident of t he Association of Non-TaxSupported Coll e ges and U ni \'l' rsi t i (' in W a sh in g t on at i ts annllal mec t i n g

newl) forrned Stu­ h a s becn mon of

was a n no u n ce d recently b) E a st v old , PLC pr es i de nt . P a r k la n d s c hool i� the si x t h lib-

D r.

--- Association Head

Ctu d ent Church J Feature Fellowshl" p

trlOllt,

Red lands

K n ox,

W i lla m­

;I nd

c t t, .

Twcnty-fivr' freshmen are-

l'flrolkd

I

in

"dual

th,'

a l read y

dc,_ ree'

Ore .gon State C o lle ge la t y ar, PLC is cu rrently co n s id , r n .1 fi l i a ti o n w i t h s'Tcral ot h ", �nl: n " 1 '11

W I th

� lI d

, . . hools.

" PLC

i s proud

to

ha\'c

thl

tioll w i t h <I I I institll tion w h i ' o<;niz,'d k a d n i n

a c a dem i c

o nl y in the West, bu t thl' t h, ' world," Dr.

I

p lan ,

s i ll ... · a s i m i l a r a�rcf·�ent waS r ached

Hlli. ­

,

I rel 1I.llin

:I fe" ·

ItOl

'1nd

Eastvold commented.

T O ATTE N D DENTAL SCHOOL Robert •

Timm wiII enter the Univer,

.

Dental School In Sltv J of Washmgton _

the fall.

Nurses Capped at I m pressive Rites

ou r c h ureh wOUJd b e d i ff i c u l t wi th ou t u s i n g-

IIluch

a\'ai labh- here,

SJj;tt:(' than H u t could we n o t

Ill' H"C

th3 t hon­

(' stl y \ ' a l u e O U I c m : rr:ga t i o n , s i m p l y ,,, in

W"

the l i g h t of

I . ohn 1 : :1 , "

Tha t which

a n d h c a r d dcclar. . wc D r. Eastvold s t a u·d , " Pa cific Lu t h e ra n u n t o you, t h a t � ' ( ' a l s o m a y have r...t ­ Coll('.�l' considers i t a gr,'at ho n o r to lo wship w i t h us : a n d t ruly our fellow­ rr:'ceiv(; t h i s rccoft n i t i o n from s u c h rl n s h i p is w i th thc f;, t her, and with H i s i n t e rnatiunall y k n ow n a n d rcspcc tC'd S o n, Jesus C h r i s t . " A f t r r a l l , i S l l ' t th i s organiza tion. The AALl W has m ad e t h e f u n c t i o n of " \T r y c h U l'c h ? .'\T o t h i n " b e t te s u m m a r i zes our ,' o n g reaL con t r i b u t ions to t h e rok of wo m."-Tc' gat i o n ,,1 li ft' ha n t h a t sacred h o u r e n in hi gh e r "ducatioll. " T h e n a rt: 1 9 w o m e n o n t ht' full - ca r h month wh" n w r ' fe ll o ws h i p to­ ti me faculty at P L , a n d then' a n ' gN h c r a t t h. .· L o ' d ' s Table. Here truly P i c t u red just a fte r they had f ' t, Janil c cK cch ncy, Charlcl I " PI; t w o wO lll c n o n the collq�t' b uard of we h an' a ll expc. ienced the bless i n g of cei\Td thei r caps a n d F lor e n lT i ht- (: rs o n, B"a tric(· Schcrk, a n e t Smith, our congrega t i o l . a l l i fe ! On a campus i n g-ak lamps a n' membe rs of the soph- Maurine Swanson, Janet Tow e, Mar­ t r u ste,'s. we l i v e so mil c h c loser t o ou r ne i gh- om o r c rIass i n n u r si nA' who arc now ar e t Wilkins, and i rg i n i a Wcycrts. hor t h a n IS n(.rmal. This rcqui res takin,,, clillical t ra i n i n g � r Ema n u C'1 Thi rte" n " n ior nursing s t u d n t s re­ 13 g-rL'atc r u n i ty. I n c.om m u nion w i th Hospital. ceived ba chel o r of s ci e n ce degrees a L o u r h e a r t s f i nd t h e fe llow shi p The ea pp in '!; SCl'viu was held on comrrIf'nc�mrnt. Ther< Wt'IT 8 4 stu­ W i t h a s taff of 1 3 v i s i ti n g e d ucator s wc n(' c d . For at the foo t of t he C ross campus Ap ri l 22 w i th \1 rs. Geo rg" d e n ts in the nu rs i n g program this pa-s t plus the rc� ular c ol l ege faculty, t h e the g rou n d i s Ir v..t. Thr:r.. . our pdty M orken, R . N . , rl i re c t o r of nursing ed­ sehool year. a n n u a l summer sessio n go t u n derw,y d i ffc:r('nees fi n d no pl ace. So a s w r.· u C :l ti on , prese n t i n g the caps, assisted u n e 1 2 , T h e fi rs t t e rm r u n s to J u l y s h a rc in God's lIll'l'CY, o ll r love t ow a rd by OllaLcc F rost, R . l\" ., of Emanuel. QU ARTET TOU RS 1 3 , and th e s e c on d t e rm f ru l l l J u l v 1 6 on" a n o th l ,grows as d o c s o u r fa i t h President . C. Eastvold p rca,'h cd the fourth consec u t ive 5urnmer For t oward H i m . This Wl have a l l exper- the sermon. to August 1 7 . t h c rs pa rt ic ipating werc Dr. Ph i l i p E. H a u ge, r�p;istrar, re- i"llCl'd ; thi s i s om C o n !{rcl!; at i on . Fe!- D r . ] . P. Pfluc'�r r and thr R,·\ . Robert the PLC Ambassador Quartet is tour­ ing western states. The men will give ported :tt the time t h i s issue was writ- lowship, indeed! W. Lutnes. Commell t i n g

on

th ..

appointnw n t ,

h a \T scc n

fl'- I

Visiting Te achers On Summer Faculty

J

M

J

R

Christ

T

ten that registration for t he first term D r. j. P. P f l u eger, professor of r ehad a sizeabk i n c rease oV<'r las t year, S pe c i a l features this summer i nclude l i g io n and philosophy, received hI' 3. d r�ma wo rk sh op , a work sh op in c!e­ honorary dC'l'ICC D o c t or of H u m a n e lIIelltary t e a c h i n g, d Children's The­ Letters, from S t . ('la f C o l Jcge a t th f" i r atre wo rk s h op, and I ' ading clinics . June COlnmence-nlC' n t .

V

O

M " mbers of the class i nclude Alil c

I

B ru n n e r . Ardus C u tts, J 0 a n Flaig, Donna Giger, R u t h Haugs", Rose Ann Ja ouson, ]3 r t t y J oh n so n , Dorothy J ohnso n , Julianne J ohnson, Beverly Krampitz, Marcia Lcin, Kar<'n M a l -

over 100 conce rts in 10 wes te rn states

and British Columbia. Hulsman,

first

tenor;

Strom, second tenor; baritone, ;

Go

Ste ph en

S

ta n ­ rdOD

Members of the group jn clude. l ey

Brandt.

a nd Gerald Bayne, bass.


J u ly,

Add Seven Persons To Faculty, Siaff; Four More Coming Srvcn persons have b(','n added

the fac u l t y ;Jnd

-,ca r ,

four

T w o Pacific L u t h e r a n College g r a d -

uates h<l\"(" rwe n

Rev.

first vice-president of the E LC . \Vhile in the midwest, Dr, Eastvold gave the

Langtoll

will

h ea d

will

Mu rray Ta lor

be

up

the

th

top

...

Rev.

"

John

Kuethc,

in Old M a i n . Mcn students will

Christian

speaker for one week in June at the '

father and housemother, cc'sp(' c t ively,

live

*

Other new addit ions are E l si e BC'I"ge, and

business

the

of

*

tion : Dr. Le!: Ford, biology ; Dr. Don­

recently to the H i gher Commission o f

doc t o r ; D . Paul Vi g n c ss , f('l igion : and � Lars E. K i t tleso n , rt .

da r y and

the Northwest Association

ald L. Nothste i n, biolog) and college

Tear.:hns

in

psychology,

English,

I

E1Irlt � hre

mission the

ob tai ned. A t this w r i t i n g nego t i a t i o ns

I

u n d e rway w i th "" n'r31 appl i c a n ts

an'

fOf"

these posts.

Malmins COllling

A

natin' of ;'II o rway, Rev. �'fahnin

c a me to t h is ("olintry i n

1 908 to Red

(kgrcc

theolo<!y. From

'

a nd c a n d ida t.r

1 9 1 7-2 1

w c rt:

I l lissionaries

i s'ht·

at Heron Lake,

l " luo, .\bska.

to

the

of

Corrine , M i l d re d

-

th(·

Berge

on

iJ,Tb

an d

hIt . UU"" � r a d ua t c work a t Columbia . L nher-lIt)< 'll1d at KathcTlllt· Gibbs . 'v V n.rk _ �" ';l I "nrnr-·r o:. h r· 1 <: •

is work onl!' on her Illaste r's d " ,gr.:e at CulUlnbt" Aftel ,'olkgc graduation i n . I rq r �11<" \ ork�d 111 thc Luther Lcagu (,(fIn 01 the E\"angt'lical Lutheran , h tlrt" h .

II

I

D r, F o rd haJ; her bachelor of a rts

,ota ' and

f

1! ree

rOin

a

do tor', thl'sis was on some cytogl'n . e ti t. asPl' 'tS Of ma lz, · mon o pI 01' d s an d . . . lllonoploid dcnvatn'\' .

FOl d h a s

D r.

Un i t'l"<ity.

k « l' '\l1el

Sh

� h3

('ntI' f' Ir

.

t a u g h t a t OhI O

Gustavlls

thl:

,\dolphus

Unive r sity o f

S tate

I I

" Ib e rta.

.

0"

� P CCIa -. , ' , I

with

I

,. emp h·a.s i s. on collies

I

t au g h t a t M ilwaukee

son ha

Dowll l'I' ( !ollegc

ib i tc d

His

art

( Wi s . )

work

has

in m a ny t'V(' ts i n W �� cons ln, and he has helped In o rg a mz ­ f' x h

an

at

Cro w

th '

i n g ,Ht and crafts exhibits for the Wi, ­

I

is

m a rried

Naomi

to

N.

Roe

of

PLC.

j

.

,

'.

;

.

r!:. Idcnce ad]

to th,. Colle gl' l' mon.

-

Dr. Vigness is a g ra d u a l <' of S l . O la f

Collp�l', For

ma n y

Veal'S he

has

taught

in the C a lifornia public school system . T h i s past year he was chosen "Teacher

of the Y car" in Alameda, For several YC'ar, h .. , c r,,�d o n the PLC Board of T rustees. This 'ummel' he i s teaching

l

at

A u g u s tan"

. D.

Colkg .,

Sioux

Falls,

'

Kluth,

1 II, ' ..' .IIi,

y ea r .

guard,

senior

ma d "

t.hree Little All-American tt'ams, in. . clu d lllQ those of the Assoclat!.'d Press . second team ) , !'.'a tional Associa t I o n (

�r i d teHn fi n i , hcd

c o n krenc e .

the

EVl'rf(reen

d

. ' "' tlIe '"

n('y, a n d won OIl(' national . . It ) .

I

Confc n:nce

John

NAIA

F rollllll ,

11\

,I n ll

_ i ,)j " ,, 1 tuur rt' ."

I,) , t one'.

t() u n , , ' ,' Coa :'h

in

I' n th,'

K a n,," ,

�[ a rk

Salz-

man', a c c' javel i n throwe r , brokr th, . , .. , ' . , , t 'In !'. A I A f l T U I d III t h, l . a tlOna I nlt.t S a n D i c "o w i th a hl'�'T o f L L 8 [, . . . t , , .. . b I n c hes . HI' th" I1 curnpnr-d III th, Natiunal

Col lL:�ia t"

A thle t ic

Assor i a -

t i o n track and fic'ld I I ll"! " t i n Berkel e y . . Fromm wa, , Iau'd to (· ompct,. i n the

OlYlJ1 p i c t<'am tryouh ill Los ,\nf!"ck,

JUIlC

2 9 and 30.

...

SENIORS GIVE PIANO

As their gift to the coIle!:"e, the sen­

ior dOl!

1 95 4 .

S . Public H e a l th

B a l t i mo re ,

Md.

presented a ;!;rand piano for

the lounge in West Hall. Th� gift was announ ed at the annual Senior Day

I convocation,

1 1'1,", r I' nst i t u t � for botarn

Foundation,

..

..

Adrian

Th o mpso n ,

Knutzen.

...

0 III

,'l lld

president-ckct,

D

',.\

... ... ...

bn'n

graduate fellowships and assistantships

for fall. They indude M ildred Bram-

mer , zoology, U niversity of West Virginia; James Clifton, chemistry, Wash-

ington State College; Lawrence Eggan, Unive rsity

Gilbrea th,

peech ,

Mexico;

Faith

of

<?reg�n ;

UmverSi ty Buehmann,

English, University of Arkansas; John

will

...

versity of Washington. .. * Kristen

B.

Solberg,

associate

...

campus M ay 13 for the annual Luther

League Day. Next year's program is

D u ri n g t h e p a s t y e a r ht' w a s w i t h the

scheduled for Sunday, April 28, na­

house

1 30

students.

" is of steel, concrete

? nd

masonry

H a l l . Worn n students w , l I be moved

from Old Main, a n d the three new res i d e n ce h a l l s w i l l be used exciusively by women this coming school yeor.

tional youth Sunday, During the year many youth groups, from as far away as IVlontana

and

Idaho, spent weekends on campus to observe college life first hand .

as

major

"

t ha t the board

i s e.xpcct,'d

recommendatio n

to

-start

home

economics in thl! faU of 1 9 5 7 . • ..

I I

of of

ident S. C. Eastvold will gi

Pr

e

addresses for summer festivals at two old people's homes this SU11lmer. •

w ill

unday, July 29, at 2 :30 p.lll., he­ be at the Josephin

Sunset Home

in Stanwood. Two weeks later,

1 2 , at 3 p .m., he

unday,

August

will speak at the

Nor­

man na R est Home in Ne\\ West min­

stu,

B. C.

*

..

Tuitions do no t

..

begin to

I

meet

the

.needs o f private colleges a n d endo\\'­

ffi 'nts fall far short o f ta k i n g up the

over the Pacific Northwest visited the

a n d it w i l l be ready for use September 1 . Forming a quadrangle with North and South

...

a tify t h e- f a c u l t y a n d a d m i n i st

tion

Reay, mathemati " University of Ida­ ho; and Elwood Rieke, anatomy, Uni­

It

study,

schol-

Seven P L C students have received

mathematics,

..

addul T horne economir,

awarded

300 Luthe ran Brothnhood h i p, for next yea ! .

the ,

*

rOr seve ral years th .. PLC Board

St", ('n, vice-

ciation of Psychologists. * ..

O N SCHEDU LE-Construction on West H o l l for women, above, is proceedi n g on schedule,

pi tuitary

Trustees has studied the po ss i b i li ty

, . I' d

have

..

Beatrice

and Galc

..

..

ta rget

l\<{ost o f the new teachers took posts in Washington and Ore!;on, but three will be in California and one in Mon­

1'[ ", rle Hanson, student bodv 1 ])l"cs i -

Dr.

anterior

On

with the exception of a few who have not made up their minds which orIer to take and those going into service.

..

Mulford, G ordon S t r

New

of

... ...

S i x pre-media,1 students have been

of

freshman a t

All of the 63 graduates in educatioo have been placed in teaching positions

teach e rs , a nd

elected president of the Tacoma Asso­

construction and is practic a l l y identical to North

df ct

horm o nes

'orth H a l l.

it is fina n('cd hy th" :\1 � tional Science

'

'55,

cdIs of (; 1"1"so, ',"' "stant profcs- mous,. ovari,·, . He i� t h e Son of Mrs. is spcndin ...!• the sumnlCI H p l ," n � i c h olson, the hous e mot!H:a

professor of psychology, recently was

H a l ls, the new structure w i l l

the

�Ia nd

a t Corn e11 U ni, !'rs i t v s t u d y i n .g on a . . ; . . , . kllow hlp 111 botanv. rhe Botanical ; . Socit'ly of Ame rica sponsors this SUlll-

<I I

..

rant is f o r thr('c summers and he will do his research a t the u n i versit

on

d l ' llt-el,·,· , t,

Ihe

S chool, has received a resea rch grant frolll the Amer i c a n Cancer S o c i e t y.

co III posers and music educators. .. ..

,;

fall retreat a t ParadiM:'

thF' U n iver�ity o f Washingt on M\'di " n l

band at an in­

The

of biolorrv.

faculty will hold

Richard i\ i c h olsun,

layman is. one of America's foremost

S tuart

1 9 .'; 0, a n d

Was h i ngton Medical School in

U.

I \

�'Iart,h . He spoke i n

evening- conccrt. The noted Lutheran

'o r

..

*

Total Personalit y," * ..

t he scalll e Symphony Orchestra in a n

"

So­

Hig­ He spoke ,

be, "Our Liberal Arts College alld

formal afternoon concert and directed

Irene

...

)

na­

Inn on Mt. Rainier Septembe r 4 to 6. The general theme for discus.�ion will

slack. About

$ 1 00

m i ll o ns were. con­

bus i n ess in 10 years the real $800 millions a n nua ll y .

tri bu ted

to

colleges

1 9 5 5 . For the n e x t

need is

by

BULLETIN

Several hundred leaguers from all

w a s graduated from t h e U nivc l sity o f

ill

their annual

... ...

the

thl'

SOIne of the mammals in th" Pacific

scc- Tbey ind ude William Anderson , Tore t ana.

College Doctor

Hospital

directed

paper at

Members o f the

D is t r i c t,

N ielscn,

The

N o t hs te i n a n a t i ve Tacoman, degree receiq,d d ba c h el o r of ar

S{Tvic

...

ond in th"

first te�lTl.

ruw, cOPP"

I

I

in

*

g i n s Lake, M i ch. , i n June,

on

Northw('s!'

accepted by the University of Washj n,g ton �'1edical School for next fall,

Dr.

H l i n tr'rned a t the

campus

*

of M a m m a lo gis t s held

ciety

:!Oth Cen­

School

Ben

were

t i ona l conventio n of th .. Arnt:rican

Ford, s u p r r i n tendcnt of P i erce

l u mbe rma n ,

of biology, gave a

set

I ntrrcollq,( iatc Athletic, ( N A I A ) , . first tra m : a nd W i l l ia m s o n �vnd ic a tr,

of

team won

Roc,

D l . No thstei n w i l l t('aeh b IOl o gy ,lJl( . h a iw i l l be the 'olkg e do c t o r. . H " (" e . tjuar . . w ill be. i n the collc'f1;t' i n tI!rs

'.

I 1I.l I l fll"" ! I'r ,

(1'( " < " "

championship for the 1.econd year in a

1 0l CC

H,'

r

cOfl s i n s t a te fa i r .

from P ac ific Luthera n i n

Franklin

1.[ r5.

Coach M a n' Harshman ' s bas ke tba l l

r ( H a r I I. h (,� s l' r"(, d a s D u r i ng N , O I I '" . . ' . , , fro m a na vi ga t o r w the A l l ' I l<:uten' I 9 4 3 -'Hi . He came o u t a fII"$t

"Teacher of the Year"

K ittle­

a n d W i sconsin State

Colle:,; " , Superior.

been

II,

A ll 'fley In }..[ ontana.

ce n t

the l.' niv crsity of Southern Cali -

A vdnan of W o rl d WHf

H ('alth

Publr'

fo rme r M i l ton :\1 <:SVI

a nd a master of fine arts deg�ee

for l i � .

Ge rl")

During \Yorld Wa r I I a n d t h e

firmary t� be opcned thiS fall In t h e

M K i t t k s o n has a hachc'lor o f sci" IIlT dq;n'" fr om Wisconsin State Coll<-�l". M ilwaukee ; " master of ciencc : d<, gl ,'e from the U n ivf" Ts i t y of Wiscon-

fro:n

Hedlund who has resigned.

. Ser V i c e

s

P LC a th l til ognition i n I

bookstore. He will succeed Ger a ld

mer

Art l\<Ian Listed

sin

Aug-ust I as manager of the C 0 I I cge

dau �h t cr of P rofessor and M rs . K c I -

written over 2 5 a rt i cl e s on s c i -

C. K. Malmi"

Rave

ant.

books on "endles a n d b i t e d Ill",

('ral

nomics and business adminIstratIon . the past two years, WI' 1 1 ta ke over

business man.

Col-

On> :\n 5U b'Jet' ts fe) r publicati ,< • . • sc,' t"xpe n an d 0 gs , 5'h, has w n tten ,', , '

Carl G. faulk, instructor in .�eo-

officer in the U, �, Navy, He h as

of seicuct;

doctor of philosophy dC l owa ' S t a t r C o l l e. . "o': ":'1 • H er

FAU LK TO BOO K T O RE S

' taught in high sehools an d a b USI, ncss college, and is an expenence d

assistant hip sht" a l so had a tcach i ng� dcgrrt: from the C n ivers i ty o f M i nnc-

I LuIe

Rev

._____

Korean \Yar, Faulk serve d as

'" C o l l c"""(" where d" !!. r�� �� ,'rolll W i ttwbe r,�

ma s t e r

L ars E . K'III I eson

I �-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.-::.:::::::::--

She Knows Dogs

I' n b·lology. Sh,'. has a

E.

Tacoma

Dr. Burton T . Ostenson , profess

Great

Eastman School of :\'1 usic, spent a day

ecretarial

! 948 -52. She has a � a("h..Jor 0f tk· '. from C onc ordia Col kg l. ,

*

...

chapel,

teach

will

.

Dr. Howard Ha nso n , director of the

Jack,

P L C , a post she hel d from

:e cent ­

The

wheat

cation held at the Univers ity of Washington in April. .. ..

*

Foundation,

\"() c a t i o n i n M a y . ..

Berge Re t urns M iss

in

e duca ti on

cuntain� 443 complete works of 74 au­

hil­

and

Dominion

*

Krnnnvick

...

gave the add ress for the A l u m n i ('on­

Corrine a n d J a ck attclld " d PLC.

c o u n,"s Jt

the

...

M i l l s,

President S. C. Eastvold gave the keynote address at the first Washinp;­ ton State Confe.rence on Higher Edu-

Boo ks of the \Yestern \Yorld," from

�10rris

k a n , .\Iaska : Florc ncr', S. D . : Ray­ mond . Was h . : P i "con falls, Wi s . : and

drr'n

associatIOn

highcI

The colleg: library rec ived � Iy a set of 34 books entItled

at

Minn ..: K e t c h i ­

g ro wn

*

tury,

T h e y h a , ' c se.rved par­

Col fax , They have threc'

*

the

the Bible and Homer to th

the M a l m i u s Esk imos

of

...

F rt:d

quet this spring,

Secon-

thors, spanning \\'estern thought frolll

W i n g !'\cminary where he got his bach­

dol' of arts

represents

accred i t i ng

io

centennial

!l"iv�n "citation s of honor" by the student body a t t h !' i r sports award ban­

Higher Schools. This com-

i ns t i tutions.

education and i ndustrial arts w i l l be

of

church

iors at Stadium High School, Tacoma.

Cheney,

President S . C. Eastvold was elected

adm i n is tra­

a

ra n c h e r and c h u rch leader, and

Luther Seminary, SI. Paul.

W e s t H a l l f o r wome n .

" c onom i c.s

Institute

Evangelical Lutheran Church held at

i n Ule! M a i n . M i ss F reda Rouze w i l l

t

Service

at

Rushford, Minn In early June he gave . the baccalaureate sermon for thl:' sen­

a..sociate

professor of religion, was a featured

l l lo ,' e

address

"

Colfax. W i s . , have b('cn h i rp d as hou5,",­

20. He is

Church in M inneapolis JUlle

in t he B u rlington-Edison system.

The

and M rs . C, K. M a l m i n of

COD­

opening address at the biennial

South Central School District, Seattle ; man

w i l l b,'

, Eastvold gave the

President �.

to schon l

vention of the Evangelical Lutherao

R i c h a rd

to

appointed

s u pe r i n t " nd e n t posts for next year. Dr.

ohtaiIlt'd before thl' summer is over. The

_ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ __ __ _ __

£ .. ... pu§ �e"' § "rie'§

staff for the corn i n g

t n d an addi tional

P A C I F I C L U T H E R A N C_O ___ _ _ L L_ T _ __ U L_ G E_ _ _ P a__ L_ __ E B E IN __ __ _ _ Q __ e 3

1 9_ 5� 6

The Rev'. A . O . Wigdahl, Bremer­ ton, was elected to the Board of Tr� lees to succeed the R ev, A. W. Nelson

at

the

PLC

Association

meeting

io

Minneapolis June 20,

Re-e1ected to the board were Mrs.

Milton Ncsse, Everett; Earl Eckstrom.

Seattle; and MIS. Carl Halvorson, Os­ wego, Oregon.


;�

P

;. '"

age 4

PA C I F I C L U H R A N C O L L E G E S U L L ET I N T E

S. Steel Foun$d1a.otoioon Al u m ni Sha re Lofty Gives College i gift United P U r p o se, Sa y s Da h l

JUly,_�956 1 U.

'r.i_�' � I Co l lege Paves Park in g Lois, dds Two =

e:

Pa c i f

g-

Statcs

g 51

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W. if :::

��

te hnulogical

h ols . R.

sc o

::: i*-

� ;-:s � ?-

t -I -I :::a m

a: UI In

:> z

H e n ' s good n e w , !

le 'e spent

o

oJ :> ..,

A.

and

Five l o t covl r i n g two acre s gradl'd, and ont" and on e - ha l f

I

:;:

X X X

( 85,000

as

01-

.

g ra d.

pha l t .

square fet'l ) were

Twenty Seniors Enroll tW�"�e��:�y L�,��: I�'lk " A

In the p hot og r a

ph

:

were

acres

pancd with

wor km n a n d eq u i pm e n t a n: sh ow n surfacing thf' lot across P a rk Av('nu fr o m Old Main b tween Wh d e r Stred and G a r­ fidd Street. I n the background IS th,­ l o t betwC'en Garfield S t re l' ! and 1 22nd S t re e t wh i c h W� IS p a n" d , and a new

I

oJ o >

In June the

$ 1 0,000 su rfa c i ng

ing ne\v and existing parking a l cas.

W X t­ :::a -I

U u:: u �

above,

<

.

I

i rm a n

I

sa ,:

I

I

J

i

m

a

.

I

Cll"�

this to

" . . . a lofty purpose sh a re d "Most of the institutions of mankind - h Ollie s, hospitals, a nd s choo l s , for pxampir"-are e a c h 'the b on d of a lofty purpose shared.' Such insti tutions an: n ot historical accidents; somebody

I

p e o pk

Those

who

had

o me bo d i e.s

seen

.

the tournament

, same '

lt'am

"

I

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I

.

a

Ford F01lndation Gift Is $184,500

,>; (' 1

1n'·lImll1�

_

. . C rt"ISlnrr " measure of d I g-IlIty

pr<'

s w i t c h bo a rd as in the I a nd I � inr'nCI ' ; w h i le t� t h': t Ol' outsid ,', dia l ' : 9 . " . IlM tUfllW alullll1l body J.(IV(' 5 c alls t u GRal1l1t' 81, 1 1 wtll �

th...

op"l ator i ll

I

he

dial

South

H a l l.

equ i p n lf'lIt

stall,. . d in the' bas('mcnt

is h('i lll;' i n-

of

)ld

M : ain,

"Capital ou tlay for all the new equipment is mad,' by th ,. te le ph o n e ,. " 1 f . AI' n d t, " b u t the CUITlpall) , �tatcs lv. .. College pays a renta 1 f or 'I tS usc .

. " t II t' au d 't�n �1lI III th t' ('hapr'l-Muslc-Sp(>�ch bu o ld lll g got a new l oo k III June . Th" old c a r p e t was [emove d, a n d attra c t i n> n ew carp� t ing i nstalled. Tl1<'

fl Our u f

I

COIlnt

alumni whu sets an

,t,

A l ma M:1 tIT of

. . :t l d who

one

of

.

t"' ,·

' 1 l ' a s i Tl ;c I l l ( .I'U rt. o f ,'(lun '1.�1 lJt' i lallc1 1�ti L ) lIt I'i. , lit)!· r :t lUI. \ f t- ;.nd ' T' · put � t ion. fortuna te ; 1 r " : :1 0 t h e )' w i ll gu a u t o m a t i c a l l y to ,

Lt -

tl

I'ccogniz,

have hl'lpcd to m� b" ca u, (' of t lH' ir dn.',H io n. "'1""\ ­ . 1) fo r tu lli l < ' is the Alma M" t,'r who is : blc s, e(� with farsighted and gell<: r ou� ! a l u m m wh u l'ont nb u t c wlllm�lr o f I th" ir t i me ..l1erg", a n d mealiS. l\1 akc an annua l ,(i f t 't� YOUI Aim;. wiater Make ;t ' u n rc:s t ri e ted .' Your !! ift �vi ll' Ul the diffc r('nc,t' between '",ood' and 'better' work, sa l a ri es , bud�l ' l . fa ­ "iliti��, equi pnll' l l t, and morak. Su('h u n d c l s ta n d i n g and suppor t will b ' 'loyalty-i n-anion' ! " ,

such

.

I

TNT Features Colleg e, Lauds Progress l

The $320,000 Col e ge Union building was dedicated February 5 by Dr. Foss. ch a i r m a n of t h e Board of Trustees an d president of the Pac i f c D ist r i c t , Evangelical Lutheran Church. H. L.

i

To fete th e college on t h i milestone t h e a c oma Nc" '-Tribune ra n a t wo-page s read featuring the new Union, and published the following t ribute on ed i to r i al page.

its

is to b used u lty salary budg­

Income frum th e gra n t

ComrH� n t i n g-

S. C. E d s t vo ld

fa c

o n the- gr a n t , P re si d e n t Hid, "Faculty and stu-

at<' cnthmi a s t i cally apof this splendid and generous f i n a n c ial support from the Fo rd Fuundation. 1n: ,much as I am v cr iamiliar wi h tt " p rob lfoms of h i gh � r ed�l�ad('''' in A �lt: nca, I kllow that thl pro� raTII ,,"11 be a t re nw n d uu , moral 'uppOl t for the h ar d - w ork t'd faculties i n our h u ndreds of privately dC'nts a t prccintiv

FLOAT WI N S -A g a i n t h is year, the Pacific L uthera n C o l lege A ssoci t ed St de t u a n s . , . float too k f Irst prize I n t he ed ucotton d 'IVISlon ' " 0 f th e annua l Tacoma area D aff0 d'l I F e$'Ivai parade. Desi g ned and b u ilt by the .tudents, the float contained 40,000 daffo d i ls ,

throueh the

P<l<,t. To

_

p

T

P a c i fi c. Lu theran C�lleg,' received Pacific L u thera n Col l ege t o d a y is fo r m a l l y ded ica t i n g new tht, sum of $ 1 !; 4 , 5 0 0 f rom the Ford C o l lege U n io n B u i l d i n g . t h e corners(Qne for w h i c h w as l a i d l a s t Foundation as its s hare of the w h o p­ p i n g $500 millions givt'n to private October. A t t h a t t i m e , D r . O r v i l l e D a h l , exec u t ive secre t a r y . D i v i ­ "du .ational in s ti t u ti ons a n d ho spi ta ls. s i o n o f H i gher E d u c a t i o n of the E v a n g e l ical L u theran h u c h ,

tu s t l e n g th e n the e\' of the schook

I

g

'

,

c

U LCA Pacific Synod Phone Service Expands '. . Iu d ' ��� ! ,; S �?��"�,o���,�,� . . lion I t

!

I

Enrollmenl Grewin g ,

ai- I

"

a

,gt:lical Lutheran Chu r,�h, h d

of

Delta, national or- form a

'

graduat�' will .. ntr>f theological $(" TII - 1 9 55-56 1' 1 J>acifi, L u h e r a n h i t 1 ,6 9 3 . , 'r! and a !'fiJ - ' ::-I".II ( a wh 0p J..lI l 1g '") (). , p ,-' r c e n t i n c r(�ase U\Tf . "na i." i l l the fal l . '.I hi� I CI>rescnt5 ,al lon vcorn the Coll I !, ( n l nli l 1 '\ wet " e n l nf th ... a d 'It i n !." a s t year, F·ot! "f HlT" P rospec t s for Ill' ' ( y r ' " r a n ' bri g h t . i 1,' n i t .. I.).�. 1 III Aml"'l lc;t. ThG brerst d e l g:\ tiolJ- fourter- n- a n d it i� belit·\ t'd thert' w i l l I ),' an- 1, ' nde ' n th .. . synod woull '(" .... i l l ,,0 t Lu th(' r .. millary , t, Pau l, o t h r sizeable incl'f·:\S<'. 'gc a n d have Mi nnl'sota, Thtl>c Int ' n i nc l ud e B ruc L' T h e RCT, Roy E . I )lson , d i r t'n or o f n:p lcs(" n ta t io ll n the boa rd of t ru sDahl, .ralmer Eldal, ra i d H ie ' a n, public rdations. who h e a d s up tht: stu- teC5. Dr , L. H. E t. · i n huff svnud p re s i ., don H u e,by" Thom a .' H o u h o Id e r, d e n t c ntact pro 'Tam, , tates tha t t h ere avid ' ChCfCT, �{attin are ab o u t �5 pt' T c e:: nt rn o n' n (" \\' s t u- de r n, . a nnoun c.·d th a t a s even�Jl1an Salirn �1 i t r i , . jnllClOn , David Wold, R i c ha l d Hei n s, d e n ts accep t ed for Llll than th''I' �Vt' 1 1' 4' o m l t t c(' ha, br c n apptllntt"td to �' s t ud y thc plan . This .<{ruup will make R i ·,hard B a r n wd l, Stepht'n Bra ndt , l a s t Yl'al ( a t the t nne 01 t h l" w n t m g ) . r efC omm t' n datioll to the syn o d bo rd a David E n shc l " and G e ra l d S u ndby , S o fa r th l' n e w s t u d e n t s ('ome f ro m i n J an u ry, 1 95 7 , a n d then the ma t ln The thn',' wh \\ i l l g'u to Pacific. the stat("� o f 'V'ashingtull, On'gon, Cal. will go to th� "ynod conv en t io n ne x t Luth" ran Semi nary, Bcrkdey, ali£.. i f o rn i a . Muntana. Idaho, M i l l n oo ta . M ay. an Donald Brunnt'r, H oward ChrisU tah, Iowa, Wyoming', N or t h Dakota, MC'mbers of l he commit it' inc1ud : tianson and Ray Magnuson. and C o l o ra d o . Alaska a n d Hawa i i arc <\ . H. Ran d l l , Salem, chairman ; the ' e)I' n" ,"' to ,<\ u " �' us t a n a SClllinary, Rock abo repr e se n t ed . S('v('n s t u ei ents f rolll Rev. Ed w i n 'V' . B r a c h er , Seattle : the ' I -0 l _a lld, Ill., will be A r t h u r Me !'" and Rev. Charles J Di o n , Mercer Island ; Korea, twu f ro lll :\T o rwa y and one Wllrren Meyers. LeL J o h ns on , Thl' Dalles, Or� . ; tht' from Iraq have been ac cep ted. Rev. W a l t e r ]. K n u t so n , Po rt la nd ; D el" i " H u t t o n will a t tend W a r t Prospcctivr' students i n t � re s te d in John Koe n i g , Sea t t l e ; and th,' R,'v, burg S e m i na r y , Dubuque, I wa enrulling for the f a l l terlll m a y writl R o b, r t S. Wildl, S po k a n , · . Anna Marn ='ii c ls e n , director of to the Department of Public R e l a t i ons tl".a chn ('d uc ati on , hu.s be en e t o for a pplicat � ons f o r admission and o t h ­ the P " " ITI' C o u nt y Board of Education. ,"(, III fo rm at l O n.

PLC

medical

ch a

stakes

W -I -I

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