Page 1

Pacific Lut:heran

ollege Bullet:in

OCTOBER,1956

VOLUME XXXVI

4

NUMBER

Homecoming, Dedicat:ion Oct:. 19-21 �Coronation, Football, Parade Listed; Dr. Hauge to Perform West Hall Rites Dr.

will cledicate

,

wornen

West

Sunda y, (lqobl"r

The:

p

Haugl', dean of the

Philip E.

collr-gt·

of

rite

21.

will

dt'dic;Jtion

la ce about 12::1C

take

p.w. at the site of

the new sttuctun· ,

Pn:;'ccding the ckc l icato r y rites there

: �w � : 1 � �1'1l�.

\ i l v

� l

thl..

( . (hap'!. ,ollt ""

W.

\-�'orsh i p DH

.

.)cn-ic(' i l

. . R".

Ro1." . 1 t

Lutrlt"s, p a stor of the ,tucknt con-

�rq";"<1tion,

\vill be

In

of L11c wl'lcnnlt' to ath·ncl th{' .an­ nual horncCO ln in [( Friday ihroulth Sunday, ( )c tolH" r 19<'1. Alumni, p,nrnts ,Hid frit'nili

colkgT an'

Hall for

charge

of

I

the

worship.

Dr. East voId to Preside C. Eastvuld will

Prnieir-nt S. sidl� L UXURIOUS NEW WEST H A L L-T h is is West Ha l l for w o m e n w h ich w i ll be dedicated S u nday, October 21. Built at a cos! of

151

this resi d e n c e h o ll h o uses

students on its three fl oors. I t is a IItwin"

in

size a n d s h o p e to

North

$580,000 I)e

H al l w h ic h is adjacent to

it.

South H a l l a l s o adjoi n s the twu b u i l d i ngs t o fo r m a recta n g u la r a r e a w here a ll o f the w o m en o n c a m pus a re h o used this y e a r . T hese do r m ito ries have been accl a i m ed by school and

college officials f r o m all over t h e

nation as

b e i n g as fine as any i n

the notion.

mer the dedication. fu rnishecl

by

thc

marks

the

of

Final c'vent of th e cvt"flinl( will be :t

the

of

beginning

coffee boor for the alumni. of all class",

DI'.

pr ..,ideIlt told tht· �lll,knts

they had

to I'LC at the best tillLc in its history . , _\("\Tr ha ) thl' ,·oll.-.;e b'"I"n

.

IH'ttl'l

.

Inatf'ria lly,

acadl'TIlically,

c;,tlly and spiritu,tlly," h,'

rnort-' than just an

"You \\'ill gl't t'cluGttion

::i.(J-

aid.

Dr.

here,"

E a st \

old

said.

I

llaug�'s 37th vcar On the faculty. Ex-

�IYUl1 will I'l'l;.ci\T TIlrtlCrialwhich \vill

build your character for futu!"t· scrv­ icc to God <':lIld roan."

Iken appoinlt"d fOl' the fall tl"flil. B"njalnin

HansoIl,

la nguagt " p sychologist in tht� district, a lld n ' cen t fa c­ at AUt(sburg Colkg c, \vill

the

Henry B('rtlH's�!

tr"ac h

C(1urs,·s.

psyehology

two

Ann'1 il'an

l""kr'

\lso

buIlt-tin

class

of

over

10\-\,;,1,

\Vy­ Illi­

Durin.� thl' week of ori("fltation and

was writkn

H10

\\!isc.onsin,

l

f n' sh lIl l'n

tt"sting S'- pt e lIlbn IO-IIi, th,' freshJll�n and rJ("\V stuc knt.'> wen" f(,tcd at vari. . ous r('cept lO rt S and parties by stud"nts

and faculty. N["mbns of th, ' f ac u lty

tur�

giviul:{

an·

A.

:

See Disneyland C'l1"1 ying

1\·[rs. lx\vis-

L.

is t(·;tc.hing

of and

Dr.

Harold .I. Lnaas, Tacoma g)\-inL! bioloL!"Y studies.

Tcach�rs

'I\vu

frenIl

y't'ar of

;t

Hvani

Return

I"c [!, ul a r tt·achcls haVl" rrturnt"d gradu<lt(·

qucijr,

Fritts, lIlllSic, has been at

the

,qani/ation "

:-; .

Y.,

'llle! �[rs.

rH"l"

s potlig ht at :!

�taff an' lv[r. and N[rs. Walt�r Brugt"t of Stan :-" l"lson

w

ood and ML and

ur

Porti a nd.

Nfl'S.

Andefs

\vill

added

he

to

\vith

Army

Air

Force

during

\\'11r II ht· has b'"I"n at the

Halftime

World

c ollege

21,

include

1926 I'LC's

troduction of the honor tnllll, nf and

his graduation from St. Ol af CollegT. ()ctobn

will

cn!ertainrnent

the I llarching band , t\virlcr:'i, and in­

pach

year since he tanH' in 1920 right after "Sunday,

wJ.rn E",tn-n

Satureiav

\' V a�hington S�-Ivag('s in Lincoln Bc)\vl.

cept for thrc'c years of fieri\'t· duty in the

p.lli.

they take on the highly t(lukd

DR. PH I L LIP E. HAUGE

1951. The

first .

is Laymen's

'2b

team was

Grads Eat, Too

Sunday throughout the Church," Dr.

Corning b�ck out to th(' c�tlnpus, thc·

HOITIccorning \vill conclud(" Sunday rnorni"ng \vith vvorship services at I J

on the

for

additional

room

space

in thl

the

with ne \\'

.'iorth

and

dormitory

I-huge.

I

ITpn'St�nt an invcstment of $1,693,IJOO' This Y"ar for the first tinw in histOIY Alllnican higher educatioll is a $:J

billion

o pcr ating

business.

Bdore

for the o p en �n

convocatio n of the school ye r a re D r . J. P. Pflueger, left, veter n pro· � � � . religIon and phIlosophy; a n d PreSident S. C. Eastvo l d , wn(, gave h" 14th

a n nua l a d d ress for the start of PLC's 62nd yea r .

: s.

\ h ra .l ll of the Luthf"f<1n

will

be hdd on the PLC campus, accord­

I'n'si(knt

in g. to word r"ceived by

C.

'

'

Ea s t\ ' old lrom Ca ro l Annt"" Moon',.

. LSAA

St("\vardship

"'ClT!;try

Pacific "\orthw(;st ]{'·gioll.

Dr.

East \ old

wrote to

till'

for ttlt"

LSA.\

Council which met in Cdty,),urg, I'a.,

bl1siness. - Dr. \Vilson Compton, pres-

in Au.gust imiting- them to hold th , i r

.ouncil

for

Financial

Aid

to

annual Ashram (national inspirational retn·a.t)

Higher Education.

fessor of

1

The 1958

Students ASSOCiation of .'\lllcrica

World War II it was a $750 million idcnt,

ON O PEN I N G DAY--Caught by fhe photo g ra p h e r iust p ri o r to the aco� e m i c p rocessio n

-

a

which were completed two years ago,

by the dr'"di­ Dr. Philip

L AA Votes To Hold 1958 Ashram At PLC

South

forms

chapel, followed

c ation of West Hall by

III

tOO women. These dormitories. two of

sabbati­

loaintenancc

fW\V

C()!11l)(·ti­ tion bctw(�n resideIlc t" h:-Ill, for elce­ oration.'i on ClInpus carryin,L; CHit duo thcllle.

Halls,

t U rl

of the

'Tht'r� will bt, cOlnpt,titii1n

�on\("thin"�

quadrangl.c with li"ing spact' for over

cal ),,"«r at the L nin " l"s ity of \V'I,hing­ {'w rrwrllbcrs

will

par;.u.ic

by campus Of­

hOrllCCOrniny thi� yeat

en units in each one of the lounges.

Rhoda Younh ,

physical education, SpUlt

entcn'd

given.

\Vt·st. Thee art" apartment type kitch­

E;Jstnlarl Schuol uf �[usi,' in RUc!ll",­ L n,

"Disr«'yland"

for the bcst floals and pri?<':5 will h,.

Together

Dormer

the

hOlnccorning

feature floats

used

and �Jar"Q�u"(·t

.r(·nllan;

() u t

the

lhc111C,

second floor of :\'orth Hall has b,""t"n

education

Fort

'}

regulation contt'st.

K ehlbek , Franklin school. 'h olli as

nlurninl.!;

"WOI11( 'n of the ot}H"r thnT classes In a

used for a r (" c H'a tion lounge

Harriet Carlllody, director

of f('adin"!..( inst ruction

SJturday

Pow dtTpuff Bowl gclllll" at

a.m. The freshmen will t"ke on th,,,

and third floors. The space which was

at

Two Tacuma public schuol "dlll'''­

TIll"Y 'liT

colkgc \vonwn \vill don rIlok­

for theil

floor and study lounges on thc s ' cond

BenTly

p sychulo gist Hosp i t ,r l, Tacuma.

clinical

D"-'Tnport,

Dr.

�rhc

skins and he1rncts

Iraq and I

Rabbi Richard Ros<.:nthal uf Tacoma

assisting in psychDlogy i�

nois, �[ontana "nd jv[aryland.

calIH' f r oIll 14 states, the territories of

For the first till":: in PLe's histur y,

hi!,h school

Philip E. I-iaug(', registrar. this

Ltah,

5)

lounge.

Eastvolcl stated, "and the hoard could opcrH·d their hornt's one (·\'cnin� to get think of no layman trwy would rather �rads will ha\T a banqut·t in the , ul­ Alaska and lfa\vaii, and th� countries acquaintt'd \vith the ncwcon1l'r."l, and han' to dcdicalt" the new dormitory It"gc Union at 6: l.'i. Rncrvations JllUst be rn a d l' , so send yonrs. in at once. then gave a furrn"l n·t" l · ption a. t the of Canacla, Kon'a , .\! orway, than our l'stccrncci dean." " The chaq;e will be $1.75 l)<"r plate. end of the WlTk in the College Union. China. Twin Sister Moliere's \\'cll known corned}" Hi\. Built at a cost of $580,000, th,' ncw Doctor "In Spite of Hims.-lf,'· will b residellt:C hall houses 151 students. It presented in the chapel a u d itoriu m ;rl is almost a duplicate of :-;orth HaJl 8:3() o'clo k. The Spccch D"partnH' nt which is immediately adjacent to it. is sponsoring th" p r oduction 10 hI' ]'herc is a large. loung- c on the first given by a student cast.

attor-

TaeolIla

llcbn'w is o He rr'd as a "ourse of study .

ult y lI11'rnber

n(·.-;oLl,

ullling, !\orth Dakota, Colorado,

The

ncy, will teach busint'ss l�w.

is u' achin g

(TeaS(· O\ ' t T last fall's record hn-aking:

students had e nrolkd, and it was ("xptTted that the final fig-un' would . 1)(' wcll on., 1,:'00.

hd\W

teachers

part-titnc

t·ight

Th(" states n"prcsent('d (tIT \'Vashington, ()rcgon, Californi:l, Idaho, Ivlin-

fall

I,"IU,

full-time fac-

In addition to tIl<' 70

th t ·

SUl1l"stcr

for

will

TIl(" Lute football tealll will tak,' Ih,

,tlJOut a 10 pl"l" Ct"nt in -

"IlIUllllJ(,nt uf 1,IB9, according to Dr . \\'hcn

Faculty Additions ulty,

n- presn Lt

1'\ Drth Ibll

will l1Ieq in

Enrollment Records Broken; Over 1,300 Reg-.ster rror Fall Sem ester. HX,Q,"istration

1\1c'mbn,

through 1945

those in the classes from 1 (H6 to

-

will

lip

rneet in the lounge of Sout h Hall, and

, Leading educators from every Slate in the nation met this slimmer on the Pacific Lutheran College campus for the Parkland Conference of the National E ducation Association's Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards.\\'ritlng in the Pn"ident S. C. Eastvold of P acifi c "'TEPS DAILY REPORTER," a p aper distributed daily to the I , llt !,, " ran CQlkgc' g;1VC the k t ' ynO It" 700 delegates. Commission Director. Dr. T. M. Stinnett, said: addn'" at the opening Ct)m'ocation of The universal expression from participants has been Ih!' sch o ol year Monday. ,ept. 17, tu one of delight-for the beautiful campus, the extraordinary faciIi ­ a cap acity audience of over 1,21)0 In t ies (perhaps unsurpassed in any college or university in Amn­ !Ill collcg� chaptl. ica), the 'mperb food. the delightful climate and Jbove all the The O'l:'1 ion marked the start of unfailing courtesy and graciousness of the college ,taff ... All tbe 62nd year of the college, and Of these thillgS arc but the expression of the prec iollS climate of wa;; Dr. E:tstvold',; 14 th ann ual ada great Christian institu(ion: and the Commission is proud to dre,;;,. I claim it Jmong the fine institutions of this countrv.'· . 'Ing '" his l<"xt Acb ll)::n, Il l<" COllil

lk Ser cd

Coffee Will

Music will

"Choir

at

on the lo\vL'l" canlpu�,

College Receives Hia:h l'ribllte

President Stresses Spiritual Growth I

will g-("[ unelt-I" W:l\ 8 ()'clocI.. in th� Ch;lpd ::Iuditnriunl wllt·n the hOllW­ comin " 'Illl.,,"" will rccei\T h'r crown and s("epter. A "aewt) t yp � p"'gr�m of stud("[lt tnl"nt is ,,1,0 pl:.:nm·d_ Follo\ving tht" f'oronat.i(JD p r (,gT3TIl there will be a bonfin' and P' p ralh ('\'r'ning

pre­

'Nt· sf." and the college band. This

The f (" s t i "iti �

Friday

h("l"(".

The

]{("\'.

W.

Robert

Lutnes, pastor of the PLC student con­ "In all thy ways acknowlcdgr' Him."

I a' nd

He

shall dirc'ct thv paths'" , -Pre)\".

'Hi

grf.'gcLlion, attended raIn, and gave a from the college.

the

August

p e l-sonal

.

�h­

invitation


Page 2

I New Faculty Feted

October, 1956

PACIFI C LUTHERAN COLLEGE BULLETI N

Student Artist Series Announces Four Attractions

At Receptions; Two More Appointed

I

:\'.cW lIlf'lnhl'rs

S w � di sh chorus , a Nlctropolitan ()p<"ra st, r, ,, -pianist nd an acto ha\' (" berll si gned for appe aranc es on t he 1956-57 Pacific Lutheran College ' tudent ;\rtist Series.

Karl E. W ,'iss, din'etor of th e col-

kgc musi . d e part me nt , announced the

( , \ ' 'nt� thi s fall .

Swedish

Chorus

froIll

I

OptTa

tenor,

Jan.

Th,'

I

Gina B;lchaucr, pi anist, April

Other Programs

Two

Oth I'

music and drama

and

of

music, art and drama, �'by Lockhart

Claud e

replaces

Mrs. Arne K. P eder so n . Row 2, Rev. C. K. Ma l min, J a c k E. Gain es, Mr, Pederso n , Dr. Vigness, Dr.

Feb. fcstiv'd 2 �o 5.

Ford, Mrs. Gaines and Mr.

c·ngagemcnts. scrC(dn and tcll:vision�

Lockhart gai m'd tn,ln)' fine rf'views for

his

F r i tts. The

wo rk in the reCent 1l1ovif', "Caro u­

The

annual Christmas concert

had roles

in "Ah, \,\,ilderncss"

and "Death of a Sal(' s rn an"

c ha pe l . 1'hl' public

and othc-r

Lockhart'·

program wi l l include ex-

c erpts frol (( p lay " stories TJiano.

on.!.!s�

I-It,

readin gs of

m u s ical

�.nd

is

th('

sketches

auth o r

in c !u d in L: "'The

in,� for the

of

short

at

the

several

World Is

Wait-

I

tlnris('."

�ch

is Wt'icOlllC,

West." Pressed

and

I

.

' ... ' onl I ;1. :', Tf}(' f() 11 oWing ('\'CnlIltr , �l . Dec . 17, the dra.na dep'lftTll . . nt ",.11

Sid..

, sin�in'-\' group, will give a conc ert In

will COI11(' to Ta-

of t he nation. To ac-

ommudatl' the auoot:nce exp e cted for

'

this con � t' rt , tee has

the artist series commit-

schedulf-d the program to

I

the Chapel auditoriulll

IlIng,

Feb. 18, at 8

p.m.

be

chorus will

· in.�

�ongs hy the nlUsters,

lol l{ SOI\ s. Valt:tti, I ta l ia n

lyric

tl'llOr,

made

t\ (') vealS 'Lft" tar at L�

by

cd.

cala. He ha, score d

luia !

the MI'"!, al.d hi s Town H all debut last se ason est blishcd him as a major

"En­

powerful

num-

Czech

Da"is, is also includ­

se lec tions arc With Joy," by

r e cord('d

We

Sin.c;

",\llc-­ Jacob

Handl; "Hodie, Born Today," Wil l an ;

time, will direct the ('hoil' this

of srri

tick<.:t5 are available for the

puhl i .

"reater Drama-�1usic

FeSll\'al in the

s pr in�, Professor Karl

"Song of )..lary,"

'h.')' may be obta ined by writ-

H.

Karl

is only

cost

and

Jack

Mrs. Young Lauds Sabbatical Year Back after a sabba tical year of I.'(udy, Mrs. Rhoda Young, a s IStant

I

proft-ssor

cducation

ph y si cal

of

all fOI'ITl� loa; incre;sed bv o ne -h a l f - �' '" . . . .. . I I OI n �339 ln l ho n to o\( ' r $500 rntl

.�

hand i c a ps.

e nth us ia sti c ab ou t it ; '

it is th e

first time for

that th .. y ha" e had the p a r t. "

, orne

of

an

Inost

she

said,

Hfor­

chai rman of the hoard of education.

U . W. Grad Caincs was graduated froll! th(' Lni­ vcrsity of Washington and ta ug ht in Montana

rado Schoo l of

deck

tennis,

table

th,'

a

a

,.

PERSONNEL CHANGES rnary to

In

P res id e nt

Eastvold, and Ba,­

bara Rix Potratz is the faCilIty iil'l're.

golf, tennis and archery. Limit ed to oncC'.

c a rued

Joanne Pocncet Berton. '56, is sc'-­

the department

sections

MinI'S and

for .. il c ompa ni,'s, and most r(,cently he \VtlS all CII�·IIlCCI In Ra y mond for tIl<' Wl' f'rhacusn Ti n ­ ber Compa ny.

tennis,

this fall is co- educational activity 100 students, th e

1 Colo­

,SlTC'

For 5t'vl'Yal years fw worke d

croquet, archery and horseshoes. Also instituted by

for

field e n g inee r

handicapped an: taking include: shuf­ fleboard,

s('hool.

dt·�T("I" in pctroleunl ("ngin("("ring.

of thl'lJ( chalice to takl' which

Pllblic

years. Then he cnrollr-d in th·

llI'my

activities

the

of the �lt. Rainier C oun­

t('ndent of the Sunday School, and \V;�

b 11, she in­ progl"lJll of .�.irls with phys­ �irls

membf'f

Par k la nd , hr: is p rcsid r.: nt of th(' B ro th(, rhood , assistant )uperin­

adaptl'd "�rhc

thr

Philip ­

years in Parkland. At Trinity Luth�r­

her retu rn this

physical .. dllcation for

in

he served

had duty in the

an Church,

ity of 'l-Va:,hington.

ic.:d

and

cil, and has bC<"n Cuhma.tcr for th

"r found the Yl'ar onost stimulatin.<; and refreshing," she said, "and it brought me up to datI' on develop-

an

in

Active in Boy SCOllt wor k , P('d(crscJTI

is a

tuted by the PLC board last year.

C pon

in public schools

pines.

on the fac ulty since 19:18, was ri c h in

this

tary

filled up at

year.

Gcrtrude ObrrmcY"I', secretary

"ntil

August,

Dr. East\·old'. Iwcanll.' Ih' '56, Aug. 19.

.

$1.50.

You

may order

lTlcnt

Box

Public RelatiollS, PLC, 2066, Parkland 4-1-, Wash. of

P.

O.

Memorial Gymnasium reecin'd two . . . . c oats 0f cxtcnor palllt Just pnor to the opening of the school year. Th e

is

a rich buf r.

color I I

?\'!any fine comments have come from s tu de nt s and fac.ulty re gar d ­

in!!, the added tel eph on e service on

campus this During

faJi.

1 iO

SUllllller

the

tele­

ph ones were i.n$tallcd in Old Main

Festi val ,wd is he a d of the Irlusic de­ pa rtnlC'nt, is spendjng the fall promot­ ing . the. Fc.'tival to be h"ld May 2 to .1,

_ysrem was inst.lllcd for the admin­

I.

istration COllHl1unieation systelll. Commenting

program has beell con­

for as y ·t,"

pl a n to ha\'c

and

alld West Hall , and a two-digit dial

Weiss state-s, "but thr"

artistic

fint"st

Illnsical,

ta le nt

,ve

TIWlllt'

for

s tudy

my, ser v ice and efficiency, Wc have

installing- telephones instt'ad of a buzzer system.

'phones

because

in th ei r new dormitori

llIent tha t

t ele phone

the

f urn ishes

and

wh e r eas

expense

tem is used,

in stalls the

wh e n

cOlllpany

the

equip­

colleges

have

a buzzer sys­

"YVc have al so discovered that

the telephones cut down on noise

makes The students deeply appreciate the serv­ ice they receive as well."

in living quarters and this

TUDE TS R EG I�T ER - T o f a cil i tate the registratien process, the r gi st r or a n d h is stoff � � has been elected preside nt of the Ta- S . :. \ _\ mo �ed I n t o the hb�ory r ead ing room for a few days. Here Mr s. Llnko Johnson, seated, . � c. IIla chapter of h c I :1I ncan , sso . aSSIsta n t to the regl.'trar, che c ks over the enrollment forms of MIlton Jeter, : arkla�d, and � ? ,

colleges throughout the

"Many

na tion , " he cont inued, "are putting

, . The Rev. Frank H. Halcy, lIbranan,

clatlOn for the Umted NatIons.

thousand dollars hy

saved sc v eral

1..' ni-

'I _I

service,

tory room arc IIIcasures of econo­

can

will be "Our enit­

cd Witn ess in the Colleges and

th e

on

President S. C, Eas ( v old stated, "Thr. t ci eph ones in eve ry dormi­

hr-ld throughout the nation that weck.

I

Army,

and

1

urin� the past [our years the total

tanght

World War II

ing'

h('r pr�is(' of t hi s new pro g ra m insti-

augur<t{eti

bachdor of

of the

dralllatic

yoluntarv aid to higher education in

JI(ln.

E.

eduration ,

Carnation , Belfair an d Tacoma. Dur­

Carl F is c h t' l',

your r e cord ings by writing to: Depa r t­

this semester.

,"crsitics."

I

K.

p ,' d(' r son,

pressings for your rl'cord library. The

E. Weiss has been reli eve d of most of

we

01' tdephoning- him a( the collcge.

:

b1llletin we nt to press were- Arne

He has

get for next sprin g' s fes tivitie s. " .ccil,tllst. Miss ll;. cha ulT i, a CrEek p ianist USCC CO:\'FERENCE SLATED who has c a p ti\, a te d Amcricall aUdi· S(nne 25() youth are (' x pcc t('d on ,'n e and critics ever inct' her New cam p us Dec. 27·31 for the' Pacific Y rk debut in 19.�n. L ast season she :\'orthwcSl U nitc'd Student Christian pLlyt'd 70 n' eital s and concerts nn her Cou.neil Stud), onft·renet'. This will be one of S('\'en reg-ional e cu me nica l \mer'iean tour. Weiss ·t tes that a limited number student conferences that arc bl'ing

j.,�

of thi

issu.,

c ation.

solo b)' soprano Roxie Bt'rgh;

Wc.iss Works on Festival

To insure a

tacted

at

th e

d('li�htful

K ather ine K.

O ther

yc-al'. The tour manager is Frcdl'rick

":'\0 d efinit e

r ,·sta blishing himse lf as

on the other side,

bcr, "C arol of The Drum," arrangcd

who received

1957.

his d ..but at thl' Metropolitan in 1953, a

not l".cn

had

last

bride of Delvin H utt o n , with NIl'S. Joyec Dcasy has sucu'rded Mrs. Ma rvyl Eld�l,. fac u lty SCGrt'· "I Will Mrs . Marie Loney in the Department t ary un il August, is w orki n g in t h r t S c h m i d t. Lift ep Mine Eyes," William C. of Public Rel a tions, and Mrs. Joan ELC's Dcp<trtment of Christian Edu­ Ticket res<"l'vatiollS for the February S tf'erc ; and the traditional ";\'unc Di­ Marks ha s taken ov('r fro m Marjori cation office, Minnl' apo li s . con rt may be made by w ritin g the mittis," Peter C. Lu t kin . Peterson in the office of the dean of college. You will want one of th ese fine me n and womcn. TELEPHONE SERVICE TOP'

at that

f r-ssor Theodore O.

contt'Tnporary son g s , and Scandinavian

The

Motet."

1952.

tour in

is

tranec Scen(''' f rom Schreck's "AdvC'nt

the

Wl'iss, wh o is co-dire c tor with Pro­

the direction of Ma rtin Lidstam, the

divisio n

Heavenly Host ,"

to the

by Hpal y Willan, A lso included is

Monday C \T-

Sponsors of the program will

be his teaching 10ad

hdd in the college gymnasium. e nde r

a

Company,

I

orw

\ po trop

an hon ora ry doctor's degree f rom PL

\'oi er' s ,

Rl'('or d

k1 n i n ut ( ' s of J'I·cord i n g s. f e;. tu re < Gretchaninoff's Ilia.' C a ml, " by Cha rles Dickcn<. This "Uur le a tl]('r" and B3ch's famous lIIO­ will b('gin at 8 p.m. in the chapel tet, "Jcsu, Priceicss, Tl'CaSllrr,H auditoriulll, The public is w ..! e 0 l e . COllent Favorites -.! I f Ncr" frb. 1 g rht Ul1 ;I1{n�, � dlH �'l t f(t\ v.-ill-, .. '\rr TfH' 5t. )bf Choir wo rl d re nown c d I , hc s

on its la.st west coast Dr. Olaf Chri.stiansr·n,

('ollla on a tou

Century

Poly Llboratories, in Burbank, Cal-

taint'd in the

present its tradilional play, "A Christ-

conccrt to b,' held in th e college chapel

prisi:d of 75

the

by

had on iLl) pro.t!ranT last year af(' con­

The St. Ola f Choir gave th e first

'

Lars Kittleson, Dr. Lee

Participating f( [ 'oups will be the i fornia , the recordings arc high fidd"(;hoLr of the West," the college dlUl'­ mCllt, in my ficld." ity pn'ssed on unbr('akablr- \ ·iny-lit( ·. us and the orchestra. Mrs. Youn" studied at the: Cni",'rTwcl\I' of th,' scleclions the choir

two PLC Dormitory Auxiliaries.

I

th e PLC "C ho i r of the

Nbnufacturing

of

11

uied [or Gym

by

heen issued

the re will be no admission char,,\,(·.

plays.

N ot�stei n ,

s

A new long-play re c o r din g- has just

by

sel." He has appeared in 80 motion the IlluSj(, dcpartnlcnt \vil1 be gi\ ' c n pictuIl:5 and has starred in morc than twice on Sunday, D,·c. 16. The hours 100 play on tt'l(· vision . On Broadway will be :3:10 and 8 p.llI. in the college he has

who

the

education a n d mastrr of arts in cdu-­

Fritts' a r e ret u r n i n g after a year of g r a d u a tE: study.

Christmas, Sf. Olaf Concerts Slated; "Choir of the West" Issues Recording

Rains,

to caneI'! his tour of of stage,

when

PLC - bachelor of a r ts,

M r s . R . Byard Fritts, Mrs. C. K. M a l mi n , Mrs. Pa u l Vigness, Dean P h i l i p E . Houge, M r s. Eastvold, D r . Eastvold, Miss Elsie M. Berge,

who has bet'n orde red by his doctor .star

t:l,

Pederson hold s thrrl' degree' from

EASTVOLD S FETE N EW FACULTY-N e w m em b ers of t h e faculty a n d t h e i r wives w e r e g uests of honor at a party given recenlly by P r e s i de n t and Mrs. S. C. Eastvold in their h o m e . F r o m left to right, t h e g r o u p i n cl u des: fi rst raw, Mrs. D o n a l d K. Nothstein,

16; St. Olaf College Choir,

18: and PLC's allnual s pring

loun",' of the

Pederson Comcs

perform­

include the annual Christmas conel',·t, D T.

Auxilia.-i,'s

in honor of the nr w

Cainrs, industrial arts.

p h nned for the (Coming scason

.U1ecs

Dorm i tor y

t('ach('rs

sdectl'd

Stock­

9.

PL(:

room buildin!!;.

29: N a­

28:

thc ·n l as g-Ul'sts in th ( , ir

g av e· a r("("rption t('achers in the

holm, ,'ov. '27: C esare Valctti, Nlctro­ "olitan

at ":"t'vtT;.1

party one ("\Tning.

'IS follows :

Gen" Loc khart , actor, Oct.

;end

fandt\·

feted

Nlr,. S. C. E;(S[\'()ld hornl" for a

Pre. ident and

hile!

' lttractions and th r·ir appearance dates

tion:d

of th e

the ir \viv("·s ha\"C b ("( ' n

, . Janet Chesley, Bu rlIngton. LeanIng over on the left IS Carol Botte moller, M, l w a u k,e, O re.

f or

I I '-

bettcr

study

conditions.

.....!

________________


1 956

Oct o b e r ,

PAC I F IC L UT H E RA N CO L L E G E BULLET I N

Page

3

Gifts Come In For Dormitory u" lding Fund; 30 Rooms, 3 Lounges Pledged rn

G i fts to f u

for wo

rn

a l l 0\,('[

is h roOIIlS I n "'hs t H a l l

han' b('en

rn

rfl<' na t io n

mo n t h s .

re c e i v e d

from

I

d u r i n g t h e pa s t few

T h i n v persons a n d g rO u p s

nish

stlld y-b('d roorn s ,

the

115 in the

i t h (' r

10un.l( es a nd

th (' h ou se - m oth

,: r' s a p a r t m e n t .

$5,000

A g i ft

l\'eeded

-

C h u rc h , Tacoma .

G race

ory

'lS

th e re

an'

rn

, a r y l D . J o h n s o n , S I . H ele n s ,

a

few rooms i n ," o rt h a n d South Halls I M r . a nd M r s .

o n w h ic h there arc no nameplates to

I

)re. ;

SI.

NeV(',

Paul;

E l l i n gson, Taeoma :

G l ad y s

Parkland ;

A.

D. Ra-

Hoq u ia m : E ve n: t l S a va ge ,

kos,

EI­

S c h m a n d t , A nacor-

W i e s n c r , S e a t t le ;

E.

tt' s : R.

Hnb

or

D u n c a n , Se a t t l e ; R u t h Dav�y,

'E.

mon°

orgamza-

Furnish Lounges

J.

Lawrenc('

s i g n i fy that they h av e been fu rn i s h ed pe rs on, f a m il y or

Led i n

of le s s t h a n $500 to t h e f u i sh i n � W(,s t H a l l rooms rec e n tly i n cl u d e :

President S. C. Eastvold states t h a t t h ese

Enwlia

O t h e rs w h o have c o n t ributed gifts

to furnish t h e rem a i n i n g room s . to

a nd

R.

Other Givers

of $ 5 , 0 0 0 i s ne (' d c d to fu rn is h

addition

B l o m q u i s t, Parkland, in nlt'm-

Joh n

of

Blomqu i s t .

the m a in l o u n ge, plus 35 gif t s of $500

in

B r u n i ck,

Leone F . J a ('g('l'; B n h le h e rn L u t heran

T h re (' persons ha\'e gi ven $ 1 ,000 to furnish

a nd O. �'I O t' k e n : M r£. Es­ Sea t t l e , in memory of

M r. a n d M rs . H.

which

of

buildi ng.

J

of �"I r. a n d M rs. 1\ . T. Kraabd

( a t th i s

w r i t i ng ) h a d contribu t('d $ 5 0 0 to f ll rt h , ' f'( ' a n'

Port land ; Jordan B " k i n �· : Ql1l jlany. Tacoma : �"I r . a nd �'I rs. Samuel or­ n: n d , Sit-Trton, O re . ; !'vfr. a n d !'vI r·'. ( ; corge ."f o rk f' n , Parkland, i n I lWIll O ry

West

Thosc who have furnished the two All is, ';"is. ; K a ren Hille, R i t zvi l l · ; study lounj:(cs in Wes t H al l, w i th ' gi ft s I H a ro l d Johnson, Vancouve r ; V. L. $ 1 ,000 " ae_ h , are �.f r. and M rs . C liff W('s tb(' r.g , �-apa, Calif. : ;'\ i na L. Ball,

1 0. Olson,

' of

.

Pa rk la nd : a n d M r . a n d �[J's.

E i nl'l' K n u tzen , .Bu rl m gton .

Mr.

A l ma

th"

to f u r n i s h

Foo t e,

h o u s e mo t h " r's a!)a r t rrll' n t .

1 $1,000

T h e E i nl'l' K n l l tlellS to

fu

rn

�ave a not h n

two rooms in

i sh

the

bu ild i n g-, and t h ,' C l ifford ( l lsons ga\'C

anoth c r $500 to f u

rn i

sh a room.

,

Gi\'C Rooms

1 Hall.

S O M E FEAT U R ES OF WEST H A LL-This series of p hoto g r a p h s shows some of t h e features a n d b e a u t i f u l a p p o i n t m e nts in West

T h e t o p p hoto i s o f t h e s p a c i o u s first floor l o u n g e . N a t s h o w n a r e t h e cei l i n g t o floor w i n d ows a n d g lo s s doors w h i ch face a n out. d o o r ?Jot;o.

DiQrta

In the middle r o w . left.

are

Myrna H a l l and

Melva I- u h r, both SeaHle, u si n g o n e of t h e press i n � r(\$)ms. To the right

P a u l , Los Gatos, C a l i f., s 'haws a s k i rt to Marilee Anderso n , T a c o m a , i n one of t h e s t u d y � b e d r o o m s . Lower left i s o n e of t h e

three a p a r t m e n t type kitchen u n its i n t h e b u i l d i n g . F r o m

left to rig h t t h e g i r l s a r � Eya d n e Kelsoe, B e n d , O r e . ; J Q ,' i � e S c h o e n , � i � k­ . . la u n d r ies are e q u i p p ed with washers, d ners and p o r ce l a i n tu b s . Shawn u S i n g the fa cil ities

l a n d ; a n d M a u reen Pearson, Eyerett. The

a r e S o n i a l :i a acso n . left, B u tte, Mont.; a n d A n t o i nette G r i m l u n d , B e l l i n g h a m .

------

Campus Notes

Student Church Installs Officers

M rs.

Jane

W il la rd

MA Y

coma has b('en appointed head of the

readers may receive more than one

p reparatory music departmcnt fo r this

eopy of this bulletin. This

-

Robert

Rn'.

W.

L u t nes

: :

I

in-

q a l l e d th.. followi n g o ff i n rs V ic . preSId e n t , D a v , d K n u tson, C l a t. k ston ,

'l' erdar)', M a r i l y n Bo(', Lo� Ga brif'l,

�.11ifornia.

B o a r d of deacons a re : Swn W i nther,

r" . tC'rshurg . am p b e l l ,

�\Iask a :

E a 1' 1 .Lif's(' n c , ' RUf'b( n Laht .i ,

. . Calrlornr,l

M i n neapolis,

M in n . :

M i n n.

v , l i n llf'apolis,

P" i s k ' r, R i c h a rd

.(' n c and

I

B oard

T h ('

of

.\ ndf'l'son ,

T ru s t e e s

S e a t t le ;

Roy

S

(

The

h,

T h( '

. a l i f o rn i a .

a re :

G i l lis,

Bond u ra n t ,

fame

1)("

Silve rton ,

, ,

1 5,

1 6 a nd

17

w, t h

J o h n P , L t l l c k , \v hu g Zl. I nl'd pl ay, - ' H a s t y

th,�

, ollll' (h .

!-i, a t t ; '

1

Total

Gi ft

Paid A.

a p-

in

['reus,

R c r (( u t n

E a s tvo ld

C.

S.

t h l ' i t' p a re n t s ; !\'f r. a n d

of

Ml.

,

D r.

a nd

Bala n ce

to be Paid on o r before

I

H e rmi na

K.

�{urray, Ta('om�

S I . Hekns , On: . :

A_

nckr s o n ,

T

:-> � :..s. t,

a nd

M r.

('u m a ;

Olaf

H.

acoma; M !'. and �.f r -. ClifK o rs m o , Parkland : �VilJiarn , _ Ta(;oma;

c .):; . ..:. �

Chadottc

B er-

�w.: u.. " !atli!� E;;_I . . _�. O . M. Peder'en, Ta­

�f rs.

\Ian

].

Hatlen,

M a n i t o woc.

'''' i s . ;

M rs . T . R. S t ll h l m i l l c r, Q u i n cy ; M r .

Orc.

a n d M rs . R . P a rc he r E l l i n gson, Klam­ at h Falls, Ore . .; M l'. a nd

S t u da nd ,

Grand

M r. a n d M rs . J oh n Rydgn- n, Pa r­

M rs . V . G .

!'vfou n d ,

Iowa,

ma, O h i o ; M r . a n d M r s . Kenneth Ja­

in

cobs,

lIlemory o f Joseph Eas tvold i A n n a M .

P a r k la n d ;

M r.

M rs .

and

Don

Nord l i n g, Portland . On: . ; M i l t o n

Nes­ a n d V i c t or Finseth, Portland, i n mern­ vig'J Pa r k l a nd ; �1t-. and Mrs. S . G _ o r y of M r . and M r s . O. K. Fi ns e t h ; Sandcl'son, Oa kla n d , C a I i f. : M r. . M r. a n d Mrs. Emi l K nu ts on , G r uver,

Texas: M r . a nd M rs . E a r l Eckst rom.,

Sea ttle ; Margaret Da g do e rd (" , Prosser,

M r s . E l izabe th :\!esvik a n d

memory of

Long,

Inc.,

Tacoma ;

PLC

C h o i r of t h e W I' - t ; M l'. and M rs. E . G . v Seat t l e . i n m e mo r y o f I saa c H a l or A u ra ;

C.

J 1'.,

M o ssy ro ck ;

Paul Bundo, Tacoma;

Dr. H. L. Foss, S" a ttlt' : Yfr. a nd M rs . R. A. K l opsc h , t he fa m i ly, J. K . J. • Parkland ; S. F. Hermann, Tacoma;

\· i k : a nd R ic h a rd S t u h l m il lcr, Edwall.

A. E .

M rs .

and

Jo h n Geiger, Ta c om a ;

in mem or y of Evere t t Ronald H dfcl ;

Salem, a r e . , i n

);owadnick,

G e orge

Dr.

E. K a rl e n , Taco m a : M r. a n d

Samuelson, Seattl(, : M r s .

I

Ma rlowe E w y , Jord a n , M o n t . ; Mc d o-

1

S\" .�('. t D a l" 'I' ,«, , I n('.. , l','I ('.oma ,· R,', v. a nd

and M o l l i e L ie n , S po k a n e .

FURNISH

A ROO�l

You may want t o send in a cout d'to

button

the

Dormitory

Building

Fund to help furnish rooms in 'Vest

A 5>500 will furnish a room. and

Hall or th e other new dormitories. gift of

a plate with your nallle will be placed o n the door. Sllla.Ilcr gifts are

most

wcfcome. The pledge blank below is for your convcnienee. Tear i t out and

mail it t o the eollcgc with your gift.

FU N D

G

B U I L D I

PACIF I C LUT H E RAN

COLLE G E

P A R K L A N D , WAS H I NGTON :)f F I C E R E C E I P T and

DATE ..

RECORD

IN

R E COG N I TION o f t h e Co n t r i b u t i o n l i f e o f o [; r Co m m u n i t y , State and

of

Pacific Lutheran

Co l l e g e

to

the

Nation.

O R D E R t h a t P a c i f i c Lu t h e r a n Co l l e g e m ay g o f o rw a r d

I N G RAT I TU D E to A l m i g h t y G o d p e r month per q u a rter

per a n n u m

I N CO N S I DERAT I O N o f t h e g i ft s o f o t h e rs to t h i s v i ta l c a u s e , I p l ed g e t h e s u m o f $ . ... . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . __ . _ . _ . _ - _ . . -

( ...........

. . . ._ .

. .. _ . ._ . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . ..

P a y a b l e as i n d i c a t e d o n t h i s c a rd_

fol l aws :

S t r e e t. . . .

S i g nature

.. . ... . . ...... . ... .

na s i u nl \t\'ns Inadc O\Tf i n t o a d o rrni - ' "

tory for the wee k .

Z;}c k ­

M r . a n d �frs. A n to n Joh nson, J o rd a h l , P a r k l a n d , in m c m o r y of M r . SI. Paul, Minn . : G l e n Sa vag". Oma h a , a n d M rs . P e t e r ] ' S t a u d t ; Mr. a n d ?'\ c h . ; Rcv. S . C. S id k e s , Portlalld�

D O R M I TO R Y

IN

Date

E r n e s t

ford

H ow a rd

M rs .

Calif. ;

J ac.:k

E.

H ook e r ,

l'a rkla u d , in ' ! le , n o ry of Avis Hovland P a rk l a n d :

Vancou v e r :

""a y ; J o h n

A n ,!l; eies,

J ohn$o n ,

A.

and

Bowle s : Dr. a n d M rs . M a g n l l � � od t ­ \ 'C d t ,

Los

M rs.

mnnory of

Nfl's .

o l l' e,

G race B i rk e s t ol, East Stanwood : !\[.I_ . rrc: , s pa r h , Po rt la nd , O re . ; L '. I [' f tnr - d

and lVlrs . C h ri s t i n l' Hovh n d ,

$ . .. .- . .-- . .

ogy, is president of the Lutheran Wel­ *

wi ll

MY GIFT PLAN

$

..

!'vIrs.

�.f rs .

c.hildren

t

A . Kl u k­ e n , B e l l i n rham ; D r . a nd !'vlrs. Ro b nt C. 0 I s c n, P a rkla n d : C l i fford A. L u n d , ' , :-"I e", Y o r " , 1\ . Y . ; D [-. and I M rs . J oh n P. C ,r l i s; , C h i ( ' a �(), I ll.;

M r . a n d M r s . L a u r (' n c (' M. Hauge,

$ ..

..

Ihe \Ve� l "

[><t ;; [lll·.

Ba l a n ce

fare Society of Pierce Count)'.

and

the

S

FC'deral

ri son,

pea r i n " OIH:erl in P o r t l a n d Sunday �1rs. John Kudhc, P a r k l an d , in l l e Ul o r v of R,'\'. Fr('d 1\,f, Kuethe a nd D r . e.ve n i n ''' . Del'. 2. a t C e n t ra l L u t h e r a n W : A . S i d k c s ; M r . and �frs. Bertrum C h ll r (, h , l h e R e \" . A r n e C ll l'is·t ia n so n , U . }Vl y h rr , Taco'lla.

D r . E_ C. Knorr, p ro fess o r o f sociol­

*

Dr.

Pa r k la n d :

C . G a nnon, J r , Se a ttl ; : . . d , On.:. " R ol f B. POI t l 'lI1

Meyer, L e w i s t o n, I d a h o ; O .

[ r [".' . K cl m e r .\. . Rot.: , Pa rk 1''\, , . \. . 311d �

l a nd :

M rs . J a c o b

Herewith

*

a

30,000.

" T h e C h o i r or

" T h E' Sleeping BemtLy." b)' C h a r ( h T r 800 Luther L('a l(lll'1'S from t h e $ l o tte C h a rpen.ing, a p l a y rol' c h i l U n i t,"d S ta tes a n d Ca nad a a t t l'n d cd (1 1' ... n. w i l l be gi v e n by a � t u d e n t (" LS t I $. . . . t h e L . L. l�' f'(I ('['a l t. o n 01. t IIf' I � u t Iwran ?'\ov. I , 2 a n d :1 . C U l' t a l lL tIme "' I l l be 2 : 3 0 n.m. dai l y , and � t u d e n t. s from F ree Ch u r e h cOll\'( ' n t i o n h er e in A u - S . . . � (' 1I ol:; i n the T,L<':o l1la a rea w i l l be g u s t . C a mp u s h ou s i n g fac i l i t ies were or as yrn­ i u v H e d . A d u l t s a r e w e l c o m e, too. taxcd to t h e l i m i t and Memorial Ill' who l a u g h :.t -l a st s !

.. ,ivc one COP)' to ,.,"

This issue will have a c irculation of

C u ri-

;tll - (' o l J e g·(·

p . m . " aeh " \ "(' n i n g i n the dwpd

*

Barbara G ro nk e , Sa le m, ( ) rej:(o n ; a nd

play,

lh,'

bulletin,

b e r of re aders of this publication.

it

B r o a d wa y will

IS t h , · ;\ u th o l of l h l S

( ) n�g(lr1 : Tommy G i lmer, �'I i rror L a k e : K"ith Hoeft, Ken nC'wic k .

8

a u d l toI l l l Ill

B ('vc rl y Benson, L a F a y e t t e , Twil;;

f;\ [llO'"

the

friend and thus increase t he n Ulll -

?

p la y to bl' \( i \'l' n :\0\'.

at J ,l n i u'

tra

and his wife attended the an-

Savage,"

for

tions than to h i re help to cull out

The Kueth cs a rc Danforth associat es

ou s

economical

duplications. If you receive an ex-

nual anforth Foundation sum' ller . calllp m August a t N e w Era, �hch.

h w a r I.,

:

rs-at - la rge

w ho

*

.•

is more

college t o send out a few dupl iea.-

Rev. J o h n Ku eth c. professor of re-

it

C o n � rc �r.1 t i ona l C o u n c i l 111('Tll-

R i c h la n d :

*

It

tc ac h i n g

to c h i l d re n in t h t' area . hav,· sl,gned up for her le s s o ns . *

ber 0f cases.

and universities.

A I ll('ric a n Falls, I d a h o : La rr y Sho be r g , A r ca d i a , C a li f . a nd \Vi l l i a m F oc !:! ( · . :"h i l l," .

campu s

l ists, and i t is almost impossible to avoid duplication in a limited nU lll -

is to IlfollIote religious l ife on the campuses of American colleges

i n c l udes :

.

on

is due. to

the fact that we use several mailing

whose role

J u n e a u , Alas ka : D o n

Ornw,

weck

p ia n o

I ligion ,

for'gr', Coh- i l lc . William

per

days

THAN

I t is possible that a few of our

Th,. S t u d e n t C o n gr(,ga tion got o ff school year. to a good s t a rt when 600 s t u d e n ts, inA .!Vadllate of Uberl i n ( O h i o ) C on e lu d i n g a 7 0 vo ic (' c h o i r, a t tended t h (' se rv a to ry of M u s ic , M rs . Moore has J-[· I·S· t W(lrs' h l' l) "' <':"c rvicc o f the s c h oo l tau g h t piano in T a co m a an d E p h rata year. I for S('\'(' r a l years. S h , ' s pe nd s t hree The

MORE

ONE BULLETIN

o f Ta.-

Moore

RECEIVE

.

T h ose who w i l l have na mep l a t( s l or . furnish i n g- rooms I n Wcst Ha l l , nc lud c :

R, ( St ,

PJ'cu s, M i n n ea polis, !'vfin n .

S po -

:\ i c r nan,

G llS

lVfrs .

and

k a ne, " a \' e $ 1 ,000

Ta co ma,; . �'

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C i t y ._ . . . . . . . . _

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. _.

. . . . _. _ _ _ . _ _ _

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. . . . . . . . . . . . .. )


October, 1 956

PAC I F I C L UT H E RA N C O L L E G E B U L L ET I N

Page 4

Mrs. Kreidler Leaves Old Main After � � 36 Years When Men Take Possession

.

I 'I

n �

§

!:I- o 0 ::::

r

Four Students Receive Brotherhood Awards

g'

I

[; II>

� .,

[F

f>I

F o u r PLC

s t u d e n ts

received

$ 1 50

' ollc t' e n t r m T scholars h i p� th rough � the E \'a n ge i l c a l L u t h e ra n C, h u r c h a rc

T he y

Com m i t t e e ,

Scholarship

J ohn J acohson, Lakewood ; Theodora G u l h a ugen, Sa c ra me n t o , C alif . ; VI'i l l i a rn

Hanna,

Lakewood,

C a l i f. ;

you t h

were

prov ided

L u tlwran B ro t l1 l' rhood

by

I ns u ra n cc S o -

COll nt r y t o d ay .

" I t i s fi lllT

past 1 0 t o

( 1 921 -43)

36

at

years Mrs. Lora Pacifi c l u t h e r a n

she was Dea n o f Women. T h is fall

B.

Kreid ; e r , sta nd i n g , has been a

C o l l ege.

Old Main

For

became a

23

of

those

years

dormitory for men,

end the Rev. a nd Mrs. C , K. M a l m i n , seafed, came i n as housc:fother a n d housemother,

respectively, to the O ld Main residents. Here Mrs, Kreidler shows a room roster to the

Malmins as s h e leaves for her new Jiving

place, sti l l

on

the

c a m p us,

in

South

Hall

f o r women.

> x x x w � ::J ..J o >

U it U OIl( -

A.

When Old M a i n D o r m i t u r y a t P a -

L u t hc·r .1 rl congr, g a t i u n . H,' h a , , . . r\'(·d

.. i f i c L u t ll l' r a n C O l l>[')e was t a k e n over

pa r i s h,'s i n Hnon La k •. , M..i n n . .: K c t ':h­

.. x c l u S I \·c ! y hy nH' n thIS fall, It m a rked , , t h e .. n d of a n ITa in PLC h i s tory. \'\Then th .. c o l k g c opened 6 2 years

women

Grid, Basketball Schedules Listed Coach

in

the other.

s i t u a t i o n " on t i n u e d

This

lIntil

t h e men Illovccl au t a n d

the

and

I o u rtll

1 9+6

when

l i I lt' ! lOOl S

or

follow,-r, ( )ld 1vfa i n WCf e c Ol Ilp lc t(-d so t h a t 2 5 1 a t h r i ll e r i n t h � o p e n i ng "allL of th e w O I fl ( ' n ('Qu Id he hous(·d. 5ra. o n . Outmanned

Lutc� took

to

on

the'

the

..

grou n d,

i rl a n . . s .

rem i n i scent o f t he

the play

In

a rvc:lous

MalTS

p rior to th,' war, the combin a t i n

e re.

of q u a rterback Tomm y G i l me r to

R o n S to ra a s l i resulted i n two

'nd

spc:dac-

u b r' t o u c h d o w n s a nd th,' game ended in a 1 9 t o 1 9 tip. With

12

l e t termen

on

h a nd

from

I n t h e o l d d a ys t h"n: wc. r · several

apartments on t I 1<: f 'I rs t ancI

t o ha\,,· a no t h n f a i r l y good 'cason i n

(hI- tou�h Evcrq-ff'en Conference race . Rl'rna i n i n g g<l mes on

the

schednle

include: Oct. 2 0 , E a s t e r n Washington

'iround

floors of t h e b u i l d i ng. I.n 1 9 2 0 a w i d u w , M rs . Lora B . K re i d l e r , moved i n t

o n e o f t h e m . T h e nt'xt y<:ar slw lx'­ ca nle dt:an of \v()rTlen a n d t e a c h e r i n a r t . She h a s lived i n O l d M a i n ever since, b u t t h i s f;lll c a m e mO\' i n g cl a y f o r h e r. The women s t u d e n t s wne moved to Hal l and

:\'orth

t h e new

With t h , ' h el p of scholars h i ps front

the

Depa r t m e n t

of

C h ris­

tian E d u c a t i o n of the Evange l i c a l Lu-

t he ra n

Semi ""' r y where h .. n·Ct·in·d

( M i nn , )

M rs. !vf a l m i n i s

I ·Nf i n n . ,

I

and

West H a ll,

and t ht" RGv. a n d ·Mrs. C . K. M aJ rn i n

moved i n to be housdather a nd house-

mo t h ..... i n Old M a i n . They t oo k 0 t:" r

J ew e l l

L u t h e ra n Colk a ,> .

'

l' hey ha\'l.' t L n ' (' I na rri c d

( l owa ) c h i l d re n

-C o n nne, .\0[ 1 1 < rei! n n u J o h n-a l l ( 1 1 whom have a t t ended P L e .

Tog-dher t h e:' heg i n a new e ra t n

I ' LC h i s tory a s t h e y take O \ T r w h e re

( )Id ,y .�·f a l· ll" ·

101,ol'St 1-" -s' I' d e n t le·f·t off. <

Local Churches Set Up Awards congr':' g-a t i o na l

t e r, � .

Y.

Some '''ork Remaining He cornple t " d most of t h e r e q u i re­

l l H ' n t s for hi� doc tor's d e g ree, and has

te.nd

PLC

a rc

bei n g

d evt"l oped

pro­

a;ra n l , � r;l d ll(ltt' � t l l d l ' n t s \yo rk toward

d u c t i ng,

p i a no.,

o rga n

(I n d

coruposi­

t i o n . F r i t ts Ilwt r e q u i n'''l<' n t s for a l l of t h n.. p h a s,'s of the d " grn' d u r i n g his

)ll ' a r :-I t E r l s tnlcHl.

each yea r.

!v1a n y c h u r c h . -s a n' usi n g t h e L E A F

Tacoma's

Li n co l n

at

S p o k a n .. Coliseum,

Bowl,

2 p.m . :

I : 3 0 p .m . ; anu

No\, . 1 0, CPS a t Tacoma, 2 p.m. Hoop Prospects Good 'W i th . 11 bm two of last y ar's cham. p i o ns h i p h a s k . ·tbal l squad rdu rning, PL ; l o o k

th�

for a n o t h e r good year o n

courts.

Th.. incumplrte sehcduk for hoop

pia .. follows: Nov.

�1 0 - D e c .

PL

D, · c . Dt.·c .

.

I -TAC Tourney a t

8 - hu' i fic

D . , h e re .

Dt' c . Ll-L i n f i e 1 d , h r r e . De c. 1 9 -Westmont ( C a l if. ) , h e re . Conference Play J�lnlla ry

J

Cluary

jr , n u a ry

5-E a s tr rn, h e re . 5·-W h i tworth, leere.

9-CPS, hCT(·.

1 7-Ct: n t r a l , here.

J a nu a ry 2 5-\V" s t n n , there. J a nuary Feb ru a ry Februa r y

Aft('r 36 years i n one: b u i l d i nc; , w i t h

2 :1 of t h e Ill as cic: a n of women a nd �O

as

lot

,1f t

tt'a cl1 l ' 1' ,

of memorit,s

with

fa c u l t y

her

of

and

:2 fi-U C, t h e n.' .

I -Eastern, t h , re.

2-·W h i twort h , t here..

FebruaTY

(i-C PS, tht'lT.

F..I1ruaty

1 -\Ves tern, h f'l'

February

1 6- U B C , h e r e .

F"hruary 2 1 -C c n t ra l , t h c ft·.

h:1, a

K rc i d ln

!vIrs .

rela t i o n s h i ps

students.

M a n y of

h e r former s t u d e n ts s t i l l w r i te to her. "Funny

t h i n ,'i ,"

sl1l:"

" Ill Y prohlem kids a re

h e a ,- frol n . "

I I -C PS, t h e r e .

Jrt n u a ry

tory, South H a l l .

sa i d recently , t h e ones r s t i l l

I I I neve r \\' a s rnu c b of a d i s c i p l i n ­ a ri a n,"

she

W l ' n t on,

"but

I aCCorll­

p l i sl l l ' d I l l y a i ms t h ruugh luve and af­

s c t t i n,\

up

t h " i ,- o w n l o c a l pro ,,' c a ll l

hased on L E A F p r i n c i p l e s .

O m' co n g n · ga t i o n ' s l l rothnh o od a ppoi n t e d a sch ola r s h i p c om m i t t e e la s t

came i n those d ays

l\'f r s . K re i dler's t h ree s o n s 3 r c w u p were

walls o f

Id

g ra du a t e d froO! PLC.

Burton

It' ac:hcs

Main,

indus t ri a l

d rt�

a nd

in

Pon O l chard, Lydl i s a Ta.coma lIn­ P Orl t" 1',

a nd

:\1: ywn has a ran c h

out

in S p a n , l w a y .

Shcphl'l'd i n c; s o m e 2 5 0 men o n f o u r floors i ll ( )lcl 'M a i n i s t h e p k a sa. n t t<l s k a s s i "'IH:c1 to t b e

at

Our

in

Savior' s L u t h e r a n

C h u rc h , Spok a n e .

I n h i , rot.. a s p n.-s id e n t o f t h e :\.s,o­ of

kg"s ,md

:\'on-Tax-Supportt'd

L n i n ' rs i t i e s

(;ul­

in W a sh i n g t o n ,

D r . Eastvold took part in t h ree Cham­ m('l't i n gs i n

T a co i l la .•

Sea t t k a n d E W' re t t i n Se ptember a n d

e a r l y ( )c tobc L He spoke for t h e :1SS0" i a ti o n

and

i n t rodurt"d

Waite,

R e n llnns, v i ce-pn' s i d , ' n t o f the: U n i o n

F CU Ity Benefits 1 s Trusiee Plan I n e [('ased be n d i t s for f a c u l t y r I l c rn ­

bns w i l l gd top prio r i t y a t t h c fa l l

n " ' ( ' t i ng o f t h ,' college board of t l u s ­ t c e s s c h e d u lt-d f o r T h u rs d a y, O c to l w r

1 8. :\t its A U ,!..!, l l s t I I l l T t i r l .�· the ! ' xt:(,llt i\'(� e mn m i t t t , ( ,

of

th,'

boa rd

instructed

C . 1,� ;tS t\'old t o ma k e ;l pu.'. i iJlt t W I lt ' l l l S a n a tOil l l tl� S.

.1

• •-

ulty a n d n'po r tcd u n h i s s t lI d y o f th,­

I ;:) :- t s p r i n g ,

c r i t i c , \Vrotl' i n h .i. � n ' \ " i c w : "The c Jo:s­ i n .!! n u m he r , a L i t a n y for c h o r u s, o r­ c. h e s t r a , b a r i t o n e a nd soloist, b y R .

s u n g by Eastma n School srudents, i n t h e form o f a s u p p l i c a t i o n , had i{c n u ­

,' h u rch c h o i r m a t C " r i a l " at

Eastman,

Fritts

studied

and

i ns u ra ncl'

the

hoa rd

p I a n s,

for

the

1'hl'

teat:h" r�

wen' e n t h us i a s t i ca lly [('ecivcd b\·

the

faco u l t y .

was also t h e most dab­

o ra t ,· o f t h e series. TI1I' choral part,

\"" h i lt-

pension p i a n s of

Folluwing r h t · board

nH'C ti llg O c t .

1 8, t h e t ru s t ' T s w i l l g i v e a Sl110rga s­ b o r d d i n n n a n d n:et: p t i o n for th,' u l t y a nd t h , · i r

s

po u s t' s .

fa e -

Eastvold Reports Gains In Corporation Support

C o n t ri b u ti o n s t o colleges in \Va sh ­ C ' T i k G e n h a r t , a n d i rIg t o n b y st a t e a n d na tional corpora­ h a d ra is e d (' h o ra l condll e t i n � lIndn D r . Herman t ions is all tlw i n c reast-., a c c o rd i ng to a

J u n e . By S (' p t e rn b(' r t h e y $+00 a nd g avc $ 1 00 e a c h to t h ,· fo u r nw m l w rs 0 f t h l' c h u c c h who , · " t ned PLC a s frnhnwn t h i s fa l l .

A noth e r c h u . e h , w h i e h has had froIll 1 0 to 1 5 o f i ts mCIllb'Ts a t P L C in rece n t years, g-ives pach onl' of

its

I n c rn bns go i n ." to P L C a g ra n t - i n - a i d from r h e con grega t io n a l buuge t .

compos i t io n u n d e r D r. Howard Han,on, p i a n o u n d er

C e n h a rt .

in

took

H,'

graduate s e m i n a rs

ll l (J s i c ology froIll

D r. EIl�l 'n , ' S ...t -

· ,urst . l i t- was a n . e lllb.... o f t he EastIll a n

c h o rus,

recc n t [('port by l'LC pres i d e n t , D I". S.

C . Eastvold, who is pre.si d c n t of

Associa t io n

of

t he

Non-Tax-Su ppLlrted

Dr. C " nha rt , condu c t o r, C olleges and U n iv e rs i t i es in W a s h i n g- -

a n d d i re ct " d the g- r u u p l a s t s u mm e r . Commissioned S t i m l l b t< ' d

by

his

year

of

study

F r j t t � i :.; \vn r k i n g o n a I1urnl)('r of ('orn­

ton.

"In

i t,

two and

o n e - h a l f y e a rs of

op . . .. " t i on," D r. E a s tvold s ta trcl, " t he assoc i a t i o n h a s reCl.:.in:d over $ 1 1 0,000

( )m' c h u r c h h a s t a k e n u p o n i ts L · l f to pos i t ions. H e h a s been conlInissioned from 7 8 corpura t i o n s . About $ 7 .1,000 .<upport a f o n · i p ' , t u d e n t at PLC r a c h to w ri t e Ol choral work for the E a s t hadn't had mueh h a s been ITc c i Vt'd in 5 8 contribu t i ons year, n ta n S i n glTs to " !.( i n · n aL t h e i r spring I cl u r i n 'g th ... 1 9 .15-56 fist"<d year. "

of t h a t a t h o m e . " the

h,'ld

L i t a ny,

k c t i u n . !vfany o f t h e y o u ngs tlTs w h o

within

r i t,·s

I're, i c k n L

( L u t h e ra n E d u ca tio n a l A i d u n d ) i n c e m o t i o n a l p u l l a n d t h e orchl'stra \1 r,. K re i d le r' s a p<l.rtlllent and she program of t h e E LC as a ba s i s for a n d organ were dfn; t i ,,'c!y hlt-ncled. Oct. 2 7, Western Was h i n gton a t L i n ­ n wn:d i n t o t he other wnm('n's dormi- their scholarship fund " a n d o t l1l' I"S a rc Hne i s a work t h a t s h o u l d be flood c o l n Bowl, 8 p . m . ' NO\,. 3 , W h i tworth at

In S e p t e m iJ e r D r. Eas tvold o r d a i ned

s t u d y LIt two parts o f i t n'port t o tl1l' boa rd . . \Vh idl W!'r,· p r n n i cr r c i by the Sea t t l Specific bencfits to Iw el i ,,·us. cu i n ­ S Y ll l p h o n y ( hclwHra a n d PLC � t l l ­ clude a n a dC4u,, « ' pension p l a n t o d" n t chonlS a t t h e 1 ':) 55 Dram;I - M u s i c a u g nH ' n t :'Iocial sec u rity pa.ynlf'nt� J a Ft 's t i ",d . T h i s cumpos i ti o n i n i ts ,'u­ g ro u p l i fe i ns u riHHT pol i cy, a n d a n t i re t y wa' perfofmed by t1w Eastman i n C rl'ClSC i n s a l a r y . Koc hC ' S t cr Symphony a n d the E a s tm a n D r . E a s tvold h a s IlIl·t w i t h th e fac­ S i n g'cr, a t t h e F e s t i v a l of A n ll'rican pos i t i o n of h i s

IJY Byard F r i t t s ,

more: and m o re c h u rches i n the wc s t

League

'¥ i J l i a rn \laswig, a PLC gradu<1t("

sum­

Ha n'!:y S o u t h " a lt", Rochest e r m u s i c

scholarship

L u t lw ('

ELL :

till' E a s t m a n S c houl of M u si , ' , Roches-

LVIll.';; i c

p rograms to assist c h u rc h y o u t h to a t-

bun

C h u rch, F r i t ts w o rked tow a rd C a rb i d e a n d C a r bn n C O'1Jo r a t ion, w h o tk gn'c at spoke on " Y O U I' E d u c a t ion D o l l a r . ' ·

cl p( ' rfo r n w n c ( ' doc tor's d C ,g rcl' i n con­

n a t i v e of J a c kson,

a

a t t " ndcd

H,'

his d o c t o r of m u s i c a l a rts

WITI.'

I g loo,

tht' ('ss( ' nc(' a n d

to he r a d i c a l reb...! s ."

a nd

has

1l1usic ra thf"f t h a n t ry i ng bl'r of COllnncn:c

but e i g h t h o u rs o f class work Cl'I",, , n ­

Local

Coeds 1\'l oved

Ian year, t he L u t h raIlS a rc expec t - d

M a l rn i ns

j t be e a me ex- his c.olk-gc and t heological t r a i n i n g .

l 1:,, , V Ha rshman' s footba l l b c'canl C' a v a i l a b le d u r i n g th e n e x t t w ,-) < , 1 1 ,"0 ,-' n( l i p l v i t h ' h j"' ,"''' C S ,

the

c olleges.

('\' a n g e l i s t f o r � c y ' r a l Yl' a J-S ,

I h,,\'c h e a rd i n t h e c. i a t i o n

ge t t i n g- 1 l 1 orC (I t

PLC

a nd

said,

y c a l S . Y o u n !' compost'rs

15

t ru / ' s o u l of

hl;

�Ilt'. �'I a l r n i ll ; s a native of .� Ol way i n g . He p l a n s to t a k e t h a t next resid" n e e a nd j� a graduate o f R e d \\' i n g nH:r. l" ndt'1" E a s t nlan's d e g r e ('

As " n rullnll'nt i ncreased a n d funcls

P"Ii[·t Sou n d t o 'ive g r i d i ron

1 9 1 7- '2 1

From

the

e l u s i ve l y a wo mt:n's d o r m i tory on t h,' . s e cond a n d t h i rd floors.

' '-':l 'l1 f>n

Alask a :

Alaska.

In the d o r m i t o ry s e c t i o n t h e m e n l i ved truct urc, and

I l o re n c e , S . D . : Ray, . mond, \Vash . ; ,md P i geon Falls, W i s .

I k a. n,

missiona r i t·s to the E s k i mos in

ago, Uld �'l a i n was thp e n t i re college . i n ont' half of the

f i' l n ,

I

a rc

q u a l i t y, "

in

" t h a n ;m y w h i c h

d o r mitory

ELC

uf

orda i n D a r Roa into t he I n i n i s tr),. Roa i s a confirmand of Presidt:nt Ea.s tvold · s

( ' x prcssl'd his p l t - a s u r e a t t h ,' w h i c . h is b t ' i n g w r i t t l ' n In u u r

r r l l l � i t'

Main

presidents

T h e f i rs t w e c k " nd i n Novcmbt:r he

y('ar of rn u s i c i n t I l < ' e a , t , P r oft . ssor R . l l yard

F r i t t:-;

Old

the

w i l l r e t u rn to h i s fornll'r parish, F i r s t L u t h .. , .a n C h u rch, E a l l C la i re, ,"V i s . , to

a

of

E d u ca t io n a l Confere n c e a t C o n c o r d i a

u c a t i on .

Rcj o i n i n e: thr' Pac i fi c Lu theran C o l -

E N D O F A P LC ERA - For t h e post

Early t h i s month he flew to �( Inne-

a l s o lIl e t w i t h t h e E L C ' s hoard of e d ­

ew Composers Impress Fritts

resident

th i s fall in t h e i n terests of t h e college .

t ill: Colk"e, Moorh ead, a n d a m e ( ' t i n � u f

cirty.

::; 1:1 � E1-

C.

S.

sota w h e re he a t tcndt:"d the L u t h e ran

F u nds f o r t h e A wards w h i c h w e n t

:B

pres i d � n t , D r .

P L C ' s a c tivc

E a s t v old, i s d oi n g a l o t of t rave l i n

and

Jam' Ross, S a l i n as , Ca l i f. to

I r. Eastvold Has I Crowded S chedu Ie

,LdIIl i ns .

Sevd<ll c i rc u i t , c o nfen' l I ec ' a n d d i s ·

t ri ct org;m iza t i o ns of t h e c h u rc h h a ve

s('( up

dent

scholarship fu n d ,

from t h e i r :l

ca.

Congrcg-3tjon� o r g roup forIlla r i o n

aboll t

.T H i n g

to

a

PL(;

scholars h i p fund in t l, , · i r c h u r c h may ohta i n i n forIl l a t i o n by w r i t i n g t h e partnll'nt colk '·c.

o f T" , b l i c

1\ a , i l

Ra thbone

has

c o m m i ssi oned

Besides P L C , lOcrnbcr, of tlw asso-

;, i cl s t u ­ h i nl t o write nl u sical se t t i ngs t o US(';] r c i a t i o n are Sea t t le U n ivnsi ty, S" a t t k l ' a c i f i c C o l lege, Gonzaga L n iv('rsi t y .

d('s i r i n !.!, in­ up

ft· s t i v,d .

Rda l i ons a t

W i lde's fa i r y s tories. W h e n comple ted

Ra thborw

plans

Abo

b('ing

D t ' ­ c o n n ' r t o lor thc

to do

the

nilrra t i o n

w i t h (I n l';l � t c o a s t syrn p h o n y ,

which

has

w r i t tv n 0 r 1-!" �l n

th,·

by

Fri tts

and

tc n t a t i\'C

is

a

\'V a l b \Valla C o l k gt', S l . M a r t i n ' s CoI­

kg,', Holy l\ a nws C o l k "e ;tnd W h i t ­ wo r t h College.

ol'c h e s t ra titIt-,

"Go

Down Death " F r i t ts i s d i re c t o r of thl"' I'LC chorus,

Tht

Pacific

:\' o r th w l ' s t

th,"

Associated

Luthera n

i\ coll ge c_d'.lca t i o n today is worth tea c h e t' of p i a n o and orf(a n , � nd gives They corl lC' from Colfax, \V i sc o ns i n , LIn the average about $ 1 00,000 In In- :1 cou rse in the h i story o f l i te'ra t u rr held a workers' conf whnc �[ a l m i n h a s b e n pasta of a c [('ased ctl m i n " power. September. of music t h i s semester. Long- i n Church Service

Rq.;ion

uf

th .. . L u t h er a n ,"Ve l fa re ConftTenc,· and ·rc . nce

Ch<u'ities here

in

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