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VOLU

Pacific Lui:heran

M E XXX V I I

011 9

JULY, 1957

8 eachers omlng;

Three More eeded lh,

faculty

fal

b,'

w i ll

utlwlS futull.

fall,

th,'

obt a ine cl

and

th

in

thnT

..

[war

At commencement exercises, NIay 26, the ollege conferred 181 degre�s at home Jnd I in slo. Norway. \Vhil·2 more than 3.000 persons jammed the PLC gymnasium. another group was gathered in the senate chamber of the Unt· versity of Oslo, The president of the Oslo school, representing PLC. con· ferred the honorary doctor of laws degree on the Rev. Trygv O. Svare in the presence of Crown Prince Olaf. university teachers and Amaican diplomats,

Th.. thnT p(J�itions rt'llIaining to be

fille d <lIT

in

En�lish,

Husin,'ss A dmini stra tion , new

The

faculty

a nd

Physics,

th �ir

and

fields

include: Dr. Verno n Utzinger, �p('('ch;

Span·

Dr. John H. Ocker!, psvchology: Dr. CathLTin<: Jordah l, French and

ish:

I

I

Hden E n� ('r physica l education; r-"Iiss � Jane G. SmIth, speech: Rev. H, M, 'hldersnl, s o ciology ; and �1iss Almyra Dr. l;tzin ,'n returns to PLC ,

g

_

J""'mil sen'Cd for the past lour years '" aetmg postmaster for Tacoma, Prior to tha t time he was on the

1950

faculty from

1953.

to

He has

bis barhl'lor of arts deg rce frorn ;'\mth

Centra] College in Illinois, his lllastn

of arts degree from Northwest",," Ulli· ,,-,.,ity, alld his doc tor of philusophy U"gn"f' from the Unin·rsity of S o uth·

"rn California. HI' has also don(' grad·

uat,· work at the UlIive"it)' of ,Vis· {)nSltl.

For many )",'ars h,' taught at Car· r'lll College

then'

while'

Wisconsin and

in

Mr. S\'an', cultural attache in Oslo's

L.

a\'t'rred. "The fiction that scrence 15 ' ollLl1ipote nt must b(- discarded, for i t

PLC he·

S. {'mbassv. was on the

ulty un ti l January and was pastor of I ot the May 26' T i nity Luthnan Church here from

who hod leoding roles r commencement exercises were these men. Left to righI, they ore: Dr, H, L. Foss, presi-. 1 924 to 1941. He was cited for his den t of the Pacific Di�trict, the Evangelical Lutheran Church, and ch irmon of the board ! � outstanding parish mi ni stry and his I of trustees, who rece,ved an honorory doctor of lows degree; PreSident S, C. Eastvold ' , (ontl i , , d' .' 'ibutions. <lea cml( of PLC, who conferred the degrees on the 182 g aduates a n d wh � � preached the baccaafter la ureate ,ermon; a nd Dr. Joseph l. Knutson, preSident of Concord,a College, Moorhead, ,\t PLC th e same degnT was con·

Baker, assistant librarian.

t

I

Dr. J<:ns Knudson, bi olo g y : Miss

(' onduc tt'd a "''' ," '''ular rad io l )ro· �r""l for tW("!\'l' years 0\'('1' a Mil· \\,�llIktT statioll.

COMMENCEMENT PRINCIPALS-Among those

Minnp,ota, who gave the

Pacific: Lutheran Co . II egc f ac·

arc

ture, made of concrete, nanccd by

doing graduate work

Rduruing- to hn native Wi lhelms-

han'n" Gnrnany, is Dr. Ottilie Little, Germall.

sbe was thr'rc

The last time

Wodd

War

broke hun),

11

,nd sh,' had to ll'a\"' in a ,

gifts from

will be

fi-

the classes

I Wor Id L ut h eran Lea ders C om ·I ng

itual

I

I

stewardship, libera l

I

arts

becaust' they whieh

have

stress

of the

the content

Come from Pennsyl v ania

'v 'I any

. I tanrcs II � s>

parents

travclcd

to attend the

L m'('rnc ' IliS pare nts, r\ "r'1 l'ne fl.('W

,Stougll L .�

Ions- di,. . ' graduatIOn. To

�et hIS d Ip1oma •

c.

.

broth,,!, Lonn and SIstel ' uut from DIllsburg, Pa,

Mal"n�· the ir first trip to the main·

fou r years. "You reCCl\T your just re-

'"

saying the church

new ('l'caturr in Chris t.

strati\T ability and for his le ad ership

ward today," Ill' said. "Th e maj orit y , . 01 young peopk not gOln i( to rolkgT ' not WI'11109 to pay t IIf' ay arc tod. ' f pnc(', h,. add(" d "they W!'Il not Sll)' , J"ct th"lIlsehTs to the dlsclpltne of ('o!le l," g

the

sonalit y of the indi\'idual and to un­

district preside nt

CO[\lll1l'll ct'ment speaker Dr. Jos eph . I..... . Knutsun, pre'SICI ent 0f C uncord'la

the

of

pkmc nt the f[ospel as it dew lops the

for the past 25 years, for his admini· on the college board,

by

from life

the

en abli ng them to reach into the per·

PLC b oard of tftlS'

lr-adcrship as

power

to

arship bccause of the motivation

L'.0 11 cgt\ M oor head ) 1iVl'Inn., 1 audt' d th e J local "cradnatcs for stickinu' it out for

of 1951, 1952, 1953, and 1957,

in this COllntf\.',

professor of

erected in the

�Iain and the Chapel. The struc"

IrlCf stud):in,�' and tr;l \'("li n,� iu Eur ope. 'ine others

be

its

matter

He co n cluded

tccs, Dr. Foss was cite d for his spiro

center of the campus between Old

nlty m�lflt),"r L S are s pcn d'Ing thc sum ·

_

will

of

college should produce the b e st schol·

the Evengelic;,l L uthera n Church, and

This Slimmer a kiosk·style bullet:n boarci

spirit . "

on the R e\', H. L. Foss of Se.

c hairman of the

extend

cannot r ealm

attle, president of the Pac ific District,

Bulletin Board

,

Four

krred

- . .- . -. .-------

Professors Travel, Stu d Y T h "IS S ummer

n1

�ativc of Germany

address,

NUMBER 3

PLe Gr nis 1 Degrees ere, ne In Oslo; Foss a nd Svare Get Honors

I

Ei.�ht l<'achns han, h('en add,"d 10

Bu lei:in

l

land were the parents of :\"thalic Ho

Hon olulu ' Hawaii.]. E. Danielson " ... sllpcrtntendent of the KetchIkan ' Al as· . . , u l p sch c WIft: Il t-w ol hlS and s, o t b ka, d own to sec da u•.gh te r Delp hiuc g'et . her dlpl( rna. ()thers cam(' from Ur '" � gOll, Cahforllla, Idaho and Montana .

of

�\ n;tti\,(, uf �fa�dl�bunL GerInl111Y:l Hlc,.,hltght of I,,"r trtp wtll b(' a re· DI (>ckf'rt did his und er · g radua te UlliOli of thos" who rr'ef'iv('d th(·ir due· Si x Lutheran woJlJ lcadl'l" will be . n \. It lit, �Iatl' Tt'aehns Colle:;" in tor of philosophy dcgrt't's at the: Lni· at Pacific Lutheran College SeptelB' :\'on.Conforrni�t Two students Irom B <l ghdad, IIMI, Ii, din. lit ,"IS his rna.'t'·I's degree "'lsit, of Hamburg in 1937. Ill'r :l.(j for th,' Pacific :\orthwl'St Re· Spc<lkin� on "Thl' P a ra doxe s of the wt're .graduatcd. I"[cd HlTrncz will enMrs. Little took with htT " box of Qio[wl '["rsity of Post'li alld his I '"i Ita, l, Tlll'ological COllf'"II"I1C'" spon· Christian l:ulkgc:' Dr. Knutson stat. leL Lougla-s fir �l.'t"{b, a �i[L uf Lilt: �;i.<llC .s.·ol·"cl 1)\. ' tl·,,· Lu tll' ,,'\11 W " l'ld v('d"T_ 1. ii,' Llli\'<:I�llY vI VVf: t �hll1 .,t[tUTl Q, '101 , I! 1osophy lkgn,· troll! th, r . cd the church college doC's not con· Medical School in th, fall, and Jil yl n" " it� ,,1 Brt'slau, Coming to this of Washi[ll(ton, to h,' pl anted in tlw ation. form itself to this world: rather dot"� . Kayaian will do �Tadllat(' \.vork In . " ..., I t\ W 11l5:� hI" did graduatt" work for I.' � t arca of [Jorthl'rrl Gl"nnany, . Ebh"p Johannes !.,melllo, prtrnatc 01 it separate itself from the w o rld and , . . businc�s there. th' LII"'('!'sity uf Pnllls),kania whIch was dl'\'aslatt'd durin g the war. I !\'Olway :lnd s",'on(; \'I('c"pn'sident of wages war against its dominating phil· To Conduct Tour President S, C, . E3 <S t VOld 0f PI"', C' Jl1 \'-VhtTl' hl' l',-lrOl'd anoth t: r lllastt"l"'s de­ ' th,' L\VF, will .l!in· all addn'ss at the osophy, standards and practic,'s, "The Dr. ,Valtn C, Schnackenberg, pro· gi\'ing the bactalaurc«t" sermon in th l! 1<"" ill his field of psychology. public rally to be held TUl:'sday (,\'t'. wurld ,ubjects such an in s t i tution to chilpel, admonished th ... s l' ni ors , "Do For the past year, Dr. Ocker! has kssor (If hist"ry, and his wife arl' con· nin!!, Sept. 3, at 8·00 ill the college constant ridicult- and pr e ssure, trying not live in such <I wa)' that )'OU mo,·'d Iwen professor of psychology and di· ducting a 1'\ at io n al LuthcI'an ;ouncil 1('ctOl' of

Collq(t"

.l!uiuan('t·

r

at Easte n 'Baptist

in SI. David's, Pelln. He also

t"ught ont'

y('ar at liuntington Col·

kg,' ill Indiana, Ul.

(�1rs.) Jordahl, tIll' wir,. of (Jur professor, Itas It<'l' baeh..!Ol·'s

pl1\'sil"

d"Yll'"

from

I n dia na

L·nin'!'sity.

.Hnl'd both lilT lIIast,.,.'s 'J[ philusophy d("grn's at

t

Wiseo nsill

of

if),

and doctor the linin'!'·

the

In

I nnch and Spani;h, �h:' .... P(·l'It Oll{' )Tilr �lS

Sh,'

fields

of

\\,hil," in collr-ge all l'x('hang(' stu­

(ColJtinu,·d on pag"

:l)

will

be

j'

. . . c..stlVltws

held Friday through Sunclay,

"\<'1l1lw1'8-10. Karl haugrn,

Ul\

ite

dents,

co-chainllt'n

all �radua te'

£, i"ncb

plus

r

pa e nts

fol'

th"

Gul·

e\'ent,

and furtner

'tu-

st udents

and

of

of the ('ollege, to at l l '·nd .

Centl'red ahout the therne, "Say It

With undt''!'

Music," way

the program

with

coronation

will get of

th ..,

qUITn and a varic ty prO'lTam friday

nigltt. Saturday rn orning there will be

the

girls football game in tbe annual

Puwd n-pu ff Bowl, and the Homecorn·

in� parade. In the afternoon at u'dock,

the

football

1 :00

team will meet

W h it worth , In the cvening there will

b,' a banqLl"t at 6:00

10·day·to·two·wcek con·

attr'nd

ferencr-s ill Berlin,

p,rn, in the col·

l"�e union, follow('d uy :l. play at 8:30.

Finland and two

ot h,.,. German art'as, all sponsored

th,' Luthl'l'an World Federation.

PLC

Thfl'l'

by

stud'''lIts-Jarlles flor·

Bjnk

,"nL'l', Rogl'r

and :"\orrll�n F o r·

[ll'ss-joi[l('d stud"nts

frllnt

12

ot h er

schools in th,' na tio n in this group.

Miss ,\nna :"Iarn Nielse n, director

of

training,

t";Jehel'

and Dr.

E. C,

KIICH[, profn�,sol' of �ociolugy, will b( kcturt-rs

a

at

tl'tlchers wurkshop

0 r w a y.

In

'"rt"acbers of

English ill til<' fi,'" Scandinaviall coun·

tri,'s will a ttL- lld this ",''''nt to

by

,on·t!

tlw

State. �lrs.

Knorr

S,

C. .

l�

1)("

spon·

D('P;lftllll'nt

.

aCCOlllp<1HYlng

of

1-lel'

husballd, and they are spe n ding' COll" sidcrabk

Tlu'odora

and

Forsell

will

Elingsgaard,

Homecoming Is � 5;1: JorJI N'c;;: 97.-1 . 'TIIC annuaI HorrwcorJllog'

Student Study Tour of Europe. They

Germany,

time

\'isiting

A ll of thes,' faculty

relatin's

rTwmbers

its

for discussioll at til('

0

o

conference in·

Jiness

V lk ma r Herntrich, Bishop

of Hamhuri(: In

!lebar!,

r ob

of

it

its

distineti\'c

Mrs,

F " iedric h W.Krum·

.. '

East

Gntnany:

pnllclp',j

11Iar,' Il1 Adet l c idl"

Dr.

S.

P.

01 Imrnanud SeHl'

r

{\us t alia ; alld Dr.

lInrnall Dit'lzklbill.�I.'r, Bi'hop of Ba. .

·

today is st" cula rism ,"

con.

he

linued, "and our cultural lif.c no 1ong' t'r centers around faith in G od s

macher, wif<: of the Bishop of Pomer. an,,,

to

"TIt(' most insidious fo rm o f wo rld

Utht:.r leaders wbv will gi\'e papers clude

best

character.

att,'stt'd

I

by

our

l itl'latulc,

art

;

and

rllu sic . " . . -1 he church college alTlIS for sehol

·

arsbip but not intelkctualt . ·sfIl, he s a id

"Science. has enrir11l'd lift-, p, olongcd

Coll.-g,· will he the l'onf"l'l"n('(' chap-

life and made the earth Olle corn ,u, . . , rtJt�', but It h,lS not lllade man hapP,er, . hetter, more ratlOnal and the rukr of

lain.

his own �pirit.'·

\ana.

Dr.

Harold Ditrn.lnsoll of St. Olaf

All pastors in the ,In'a all.' wc'lcOI1H

The speaker did not a d\'oc a tc

abolition ()f science, but that wc· cense

to

to pol

�<{ ilt on 1\"S\ig, P. 0, Bux 2066, -+-+, Washin,l·.toll.

"Do not Ii\[' ' with evil, hut follo" truth, justic,' and

l ,'ontinucd. p ki

I

I

OLlr t ru st in it. We no longu

clare look to science for sakation,

h,�

:\dherlands,

will

gre"

June

a t th.,

2 1,

Agnes

r

(with great honors) wr;cr

G i ffe n,

Beatrice Hitch,

Lien and Anita Schnell. (with

11

World

honors)

Elsie'

Cum l aude

graduates

Wl.'rt�

W illiam Foege,

Del· Pa­

Sylvia

Barba ra

KirkC'bo,

Xl'!son,

S hirley

Virginia.

official

C. Eastvold w i ll be onc Evangelical Lutheran

h de legate s to tbe Lutheran

Federation Assembly in

Min·

neapolis August 15 to 25,

of philo ophy de·

thesis

cum laude

Chu rc

of

From there he will go to O b(' rlin ,

University of Wisconsin

His

Sixteen students w eI e J!raduatcQ with hmwrs. Thos,' graduating magna

Presid,"nt S,

economics and business administration,

his dortor

lashed out at rationali' ' lll nlld ur' �, ,·d ' . , . . IllS ltste[l('rs to ha\·,·. jalth III God J ,

of

week of September.

received

as

Eastvold Appointed to LWF. wee Delegations

The)' all left Tacoma the first weck

prof�ssor

Man"

Prochnow and David Steen.

BdglulTl,

in J unt' :1nd will be retu rning the first Axford,

"R ca 1

MacIsaac,

September Return

M.

the

life of X atha nicl, he ur�ed th gladu.ltt's to behonest in th, pur· � Slllt of theIr ltfe , s <lllll, He flaved the . ' , . an of p�ltq' t'XIHdl( ncy and a de:­ :, ' <, ptn, , h ,att. Be straIght as a plumu , Itn" In your dealtn!!'s," he urecd Ae

Hullt"ngren,

Franu", Italy, a nd Switz,"rland,

Herbert

On

ri�htrousn('$s:' he

triria Gahrinf[, Mich a el Griffen, Hope .Hammer�trom, Law r ence Heirn, ElSie

cO ll ntri,"s as England, Scotland, Scan"

the

ng

phine Danielson,

take t he "grand tour," visiting s uch

dina\'ia,

S ea

I set'n in the

th,'

to "ttend and should send ,.,",,'ryations TaeOlna

to apologiz e for yonrsch-cs"

in

was a study of

Ohio, wher e he will be one of d elegate s to the

small businesses in America.

O F F TO EUROPE-Thes. faur p rofessors are spending the summer traveling and study- ' little, Miss Anna Morn Nielsen and Dr, E. C.

Knorr,

c

Schna kenberg ,

Dr,

Ottilie

ELC

Churches to

be held Septe m ber 3 to 10, ing in E u rope, From Idt to right they include: Dr. W, C.

6

Oberlin Conference

of the Wor l d Council of

Jon E r i cson , sptoeth instructor, is a

will be worship Danforth Foundation scholar working 'en'ICt"S, towards his doctorate at S tanford U niPlan now to attend HOMECO:\<t - - n-rsit\', Junet Runback of the "duca· I 'G, No\'Cmbcr 8-IO! (Continued on page 3) Sunday morning th ere

Chapel. .\11 church p,·opl(" in the area

an' i",·ited.

A recogni zed leader in world Lu" .clreles, Dr. E astvold is first

theran

\·ice·president of the ELC,


Page 2

1957

July,

PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE BULLETIN

Mrs. Nelson on Leave; Mrs. Kuethe to Fill In "'frs.

Clara Ncis(;n, housemother in

.I um:

due to personal matters which

I President Stresses ole of Christian College in Meeting

South Hall, had to lea\T the campus

in

rcquir d her immediate at te ntion . She has been

until

((ranted a leave of time

such

�h('

as

which is ho ped will

can

absence

ivirs. Agnes Kul'lhe,

"It is expected that by 1970. college population will more than double that of today. We already feel the squeeze. Th day is gone when each can afford to go his own way. There must b no unholy split between the public and private institutions of learning. The fact is. there is no private education, becaus all education under our system is for the public and the world. In truth. tbe progressively increasing need for schools make it im perative that all thinking citizens do everything in their power to strengthen botb segments of our system of higher educati n.'

mother of Pro­

["'so r john Kuethc, has been obtained

to takt- Mrs. Nelson's place in th

tnim. For

the past 15

busband's

death,

1)('Cn

home,

Mrs.

superintendent wi

th

yea

in-

since her

,

Kucthe

of an

a population

has

old folks

of 250 pel­

Lac, Wis.

The lamps of civilization have been: Plants throw off what cannot be

.

was

a big

rr.onth for students in our nursing education pcagram.

Morken,

director

23

copped r.ow

On May

12

of

n u r s in 9

students

sophomore

taking

clinical

Eline K raabel

Mrs.

training

edu cati on,

at

who

are

Emanuel

Fo'pilal in Por tl and. On the left she "caps"

F.�;,c:·iy no u gus t. A few days later, at !he Awards Day convocation" Mrs. Morken

presented nursing pins to members of the

senior

closs.

Here she

"pinsll

Lina

while members 01 the class and

Taber

President

S. C. Eastvald look an.

fOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Gladiator Ath I etes

Se p t. 28-Co1L of Pugct Sound, Tac.

in Many Honors Ig��:

The past school year was a banner

on(' in athletic competition for PLC

:tthletcs.

Many honors were h.: ped on Coach

Man' Hal hman

his

and

basketball

squad. For the third straight year, th·

---brt� ..

.,

n

the

.,

"hampion,hip and

,,::f'cr

��

then went on

to

tournam.:nt at Kansas City. Their sale loss in college competition during the

s ason was in the semi-finals of the pions,

score.

the

to

Tcnn<"ssce

eventual

State,

b

a

cham-

71-70

Two me mbe rs of the hoop squad, sophortlon�s Chuck Curtis and Roger Iverson,

were

sdec.ted

tournament team. mad"

l' h

for

the

8 p.lII.

12-Pacific U., there, 8 p.m.

19-Ccntral Wash., here, 8 p.m.

I O ct. 26-Eastcrn Wash., there, 2 9-Whitworth, h e r e, I

l"'JOv.

:\ov.

All-

se men also

thl- All-conference team for the

p.m,

:!-Wcst. Wash., there, 2 p.m.

N o\,.

(Homecoming)

p.m.

16-Co1L of Puget Sound, her e, 8 p.m.

nl'"

take third place in the national NAIA

tournament

5-U. o f Brit. Columbia, here,

Oct.

PLC

stu de nts, plus one who

PLC's junior javelin thrower, john

Fromm, won every med in which he entered this spring and et several rec-

cation

,

$1,-

record

Cost of li"ing

raises in pay were

1

way.

Thc on ly onc who knew sOll1e Nor­

wegian before they left was Gary Mal­ min, local high school student and SOn

.J.

Mal­

has

b

(' e n

degradation

death. With d(Je: humility

and

the Chris-

a

new

� �.��., .�

'Vord was

received

the NAIA meet in San Diego with a

Matr-rialisrn has been t I' i cd and e nor , as well as a positi\;e proclama­ "'st ycal from the Ford Foun- found wantin.g. It has been tried on a tion of truth, and it is only truth thai

that the $2+0,000 whi�h the college ITcci\'('d

colossal sealc in Hitler's Germany, in

dation be set aside as a trust fund. intercst

from

th'

principal

will

The Christian College will

grant as thf·y sc,' fit. The PLC board

action insure's that after that period

gn'at

th., interest will go into the pension

fund.

contributions

to

make

mark of

in

the

a new mark

th

meet where he set

must be re.l(eneratcd before the whok

ACTER."

up �

bers. To meet exp�cted increased en-

rollment, the trust.'cs discussed futur'

plans

for

construction

of

of society can be saved.

The Christian Colle ge will hav� its . . . . ' fInal test III the kllld and character 01

buildings.

Campus additions whi ch werc under discussion includf'd

a not her dormitory, Its •

an administration classroom building,

Da\·id

Knutson

and john

Mooon

alumnI. As IS the warnor s sword, .

and Eugene: an

,

.

so IS the college product; he IS not . . . produced for "XhlbltlOll, but to enter

life's batllr-s on th., fronts of truth and

righteousness and, if necd b , to cut, wound,

fI'ecived the $400 Standard Oil lead- king.

ership scholarships, and Milo Scherer

.

I

and slay

until

truth sits

as

The L,hristian College is not per­

national NAIA track and field meet

in San Diego, and the NCAA national mt:ct in Austin, Texas, during June.

Awards Day convocation.

cational

sluffings

are

imperative.

Last year he set a new NAIA rec.ord

with a toss of 22.8 f ct, 6 inches.

A Salute to the Fut u re

look at the Christian Col­ leges that have been built since the foundations of our Republic Wf're laid, we sec a varied picture. Ther' have been times when their footsteps Ita,'c

faltncd and the way has s "mcd un­ certain. Yet many of these struggling ('ollcgn have persisted in their God ­

gi\'Cn missions. Their roots have gone deep in this great empire of th' west. Hundreds and thousands h a v e re­ cein'd diplomas and have entered into cvcry department of our American life

and around the world . Their grads of today arc taking their places be sid e

the g-n'at leaders of the past. Thes colleges op'�n their door s to students from all parts of the world. They have

This Bulletin was written and edit­

ed by Milton :\Tcsvij{.

g-reat campuses, fine buildings,

asked. "\<Vell, we werc both raised on

knt

we've done a lot of outdoor

even

possi­

As Wl

What arc two girls going to do in

might

intcnsifit'd enjoyments, and gives dire ct io n to life. It teach, the futility of materialism, exalts the

this mirade.

ancestry

equipment,

great

e'C

scholars,

1-

and

thousands of friends who p r a y fo r them, love them, and sacrifice for

"In fact, we

do better than some of

these city boys in the gmup who've

advance in science alone, but rather because of her ideals, convictions, and

the regeneration of the �,)ul and offers the means to accomplish

have such un-

answered.

. noble 'III proportIOn to his knowledge. merica is not great because of her

human being by teaching th

building a chapel, the coeds w eI' c

work," they

The Abundant Lif . . ' lrlS CI ' t'Ian educatlOn Impart.s kno\,'t, g c , pro duces euItun:, and m oIds I' d charact ('I'. It f'ts I men for thc Iargest, fullest . I no) II est I"IVlllg. I t goes he. , <inr )'0n . · · ( d th(" pure Iy aead['mIC Sl de 0 . learnI' n g. h '1an IS not pure, good, alld

I bility of

Charles Donhowc and Roy Tribe. The

farms and

I

Peishr the $300 Luther- fect, but it aims at perfection. Some faith. A Christian education gives ell­ scholarships at the I dross mus t bc removed. Ce rt ain edu­ during things,

Brotherhood

of 231 feet, 5 inches. At other two arc unmistakable Norwegian

Fromm was slated to compete in the

th� individual man.

ThL Christian College h our n<ltion and world lies donnant its sig n. Th .' III n t t" T .group insurance pbn for faculty mem- in the individual m a n. The individual changed: it is "BUILD F

scttin

district NAIA meet he set a nCw -jeanette Olson and Larry johnson.

record of 229 feet, 5 inches.

of

nd above all else to know jesus Ohrisl as the Son of God and tl r Sa\'illl or

so the majesty, pow�r and dignity of

The board ratified previous action

vision

and eternity, a higher cult.u re,

<

232 fcet, and at the Ever­ S�andinavian names as Linda Hurd,

gr en Conferenc

deeper knowledge., a broad

dIT'a, of th. mind , hearts, and affections. As thr' oak sle"l" in the acorn,

Americans during their Nonvay visit,

nO Norwegian

a richer charact 1', a stronger faith, a

havl its timl

Norway. This is the first

and threc from PLC

acquire a nLW appreciation of b auty,

bru:e power have well nigh prostrated th... world.

Then institutions ::l!'I; free to usc the

free. Thus the Chris­

tian Collcg-e aims to help the stud n

in Stalin's Russia. Brilliant minds with

be

used for faculty sabri,'s for ten years.

will gesturc for the ELC which has

junket have

can make men

M u ssolini ' s Italy, in Tojo" japan, and

Under the terms of the Ford grant,

This is just 2 feet, 10 inches short of being assu m e d by each student. But many of thc youth making the the national eollegiate mark set hy ������

e v e ry kind of

our cducatol'S. Back of

movement there arc teachus, and they shape the minds of thos(' who com. .

What has the Christian College to for which colkgc. To in- offer a world of guns, tanks, ships, mand and obey. There is a great deal Sure the solve n c y of thc pension fund guidL'd lIlissiles, armies, navies, with of bad education in the world. The through the yean., the board voted atomic and hy drog e n bombs' Christia n Colkgc is an antidote to ulty members, the payment

sociation of Norway will h�ve sum­

Bob V oiles of USC this spring.

The College Teacher

.

The Christian tl'achers arc the cu,S.

will l)(' assum,'d by the

camp wher e thc Christian Student As­

However, the cost of transportation is

lof Cod as revealed in jesus Christ.

The Christian College Is On Trial

A ski lodge on Lake Mjosa, ncar is being convL�ted into a

javelin throw of 24:1 feet, 11 inches.

' todians of great spiritual values. Good that th e solution lies in traini ng lead_I educatl ·on can only conlf' froll1 ('xctl . . . ers III the Illllld of Jesus Chnst to be le nt tr·achers. . All frn'do m s are de­ Christian citizens and custodians and' p,'ndcnt upon th kind and quality of

at press time s u c h venture by this church group. RoolU and board will be furnished the

that john Fromm set a new record at

I

d o sOlllething about this, and believ s

Hamar,

its mots in

I

hold

on the mind of GOd Th' Christ an : : � College will COll1pet.� 111 thIS lI1at-'rwl-

tlan Collegr' accepts the challenge to

ords. His most outstanding eontribu- mer encampments. Sending Americans 0\'C'r is a good tions were lit the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa, where he set

: of faith llIust be assisted in layin"

promoters of a Christian democracy.

.\ pen si on plan was adopted for fac-

will be entering in the fall, arc spend- and a doubling in sizf' of th' science hall.

nun. their Little All-America second team. They drove to Montreal where they Th PLC '"olf t e am won th' Ever- . oin ed sixteen other Lutheran students j and ip, championsh nce green Confcr . for Europ e . number one man, Don Hall, won the and saIled district NAIA championship.

a

shattered by

util­

man

hearts and minds of men. The . istic age by tcaching academic truths , ine vi table fruit of a pagan, fascist edu- in an atlllosphl�re created by th e "Vord

voted for the entire faculty and staff.

ing most of thc summer working in construction at a Bible Camp in Nor­

second year in a row, and Curtis was of Professor and Mrs. Gunnar selected )y th _ Associated Pres� for

Thl' hoard adopted

been

the

i in

250,000 opr rating budget for the fiS : cal year whIch be ... ;an july 1.

of it s f'x('c�Itive cOlllmittc('

Students Building Chapel in Norway Five

tees at their Sf 'mi-annual meeting held

in the spring.

ha\'C

and bOll:b� which, beforc they

: callle from mUllltlOn plants, took form

thc Board of Trus-

SPOTliGHT-May

culture

ern

I buliets

The slender intellect of the:

The ptoucl houses of west- izcd.

I c1ark,·ned.

BenefIts for faculty and staff mell1-

IN

1J.

The Lamps of C iv iliz at io n

enefits Voted n: U-or F. acu Ity ' StaIf NURSES

E;.:cerpts from an address delivered by Dr. astvoId. PLC presidenr. at the "Congress on Christian Life and Worh." held at the University of Washington. in Seattle. r2cently.

I

retul'll,

he i n not the too

orld's Needs

!!.e g:' dua:ing dao. and the never seen a hammer and saw except n-.ombc", . Re:::2p�ron. Dr. E a tvo ! �, cen:cr, heac.!s the I ware store \vindow," they �I tL)' In a hard A,n ;1;:harc·�o ., o1d Henry Pj�zler cracked. Mrs. Ea,�vold is on the :eft a:1d Dr. Philip a�

a

.

..

them.

The test of the quality of these col­

faculty each spring by giving the President's kgcs wili be e valu at ed by America rec e iv in g line at this year's even t and g ree ts and tit .. world as their studr-nts and (t h� rO'J�b wo� married a 'rew doy:s la�t!r). E. Ho u ge, dean, is to the lor left.

a III m n i

deliver

thcir

services.


Campus

J u ly, 1 9 �7

NailS

PAC I F I C LUTH E R A N COL L EGE BUL L E T I N

The sixth annual faculty re t re at will be held at Lake W i l de rne ss S c p t cm ­ bel l i to 1 3 . Tht� ma in su bj e c t to be' d iscusseo th i s year w i l l be t h ,> self !,v a l u a t i on of t he c:olkgl', a rep o r t of which i s re q u i re d !1l'x t yea r by the J

A ss oc i a t ion

�o rt hwl'st

I eacher Shortage,

alaries Discussed

I

and Hi gher Schools. A l l higher t·duca­

tion i ns t i t u tions i n t h, a rc a are being­

I:lake

req u i red to uated.

th is scl

� study and

accred, tatIOn re-eval­

theIr

have

to

*

I

*

*

S.

Presidcnt

Secondary

of

recen tl ·

Eas tvold

.

F r a n c i s co to attend the Far Westprn Co n fe re n ce of t h Presi­ dents' C omm i t t (' e on E d u ca ti o n Be­ yond the High Sch ooL He was a.p­ poi n t e d to this post by Governol' Al­ bert Rosellini to represl'nt th State 01. Vv ashington.

flew to S a n

hi s

Cpon

Seven seniors have received

return

from

California,

D r . Ea s lvo ld w ro te a report of

ing assistantships. They include Cur­

his ob­

the f01'1I1 o f a l e tt c r to

se l'va t i on s in

tis Hovland, physics, Minnesota; Ar­

Dr. S i d n e y :\. Rand, E x (' cu t i ve D i rec­

thur Martinson, history, and Shirley

tm

Macisaac, Gcmlan, Washington State;

of

the

Department

o f Chris tian

Robert G. Olson, physics, Colorado;

Education of the ELC. A portion

Theodore Sick, chemis tr y , Washington

greatel'

We,

State; and Clarence Potratz, mathe­ *

*

Miss Helen Enger

place

Un ite d

Sta tes

and The A l coa

bers of the

and

The

and

$ 1 ,.'i00. 0 0 .

U n iversities

*

growth

Bills, treasurer.

In

Moe will be editor

st

Miss Jane G. Smith

in his tory with clos' to sewn

h u n d rcd young pe ople fl oc k i n g t o th e

I Sc hoo L

(Conti nUt'd f r ol l l !)'lgc I J

lr the last Sunday in ApriL ..

ENROLLMENT

She

tho-n

\ 'ellt

d e n t ill F l <.l l l l r"

at

record - breaking

on (0 the State

College,

College,

C a rleton

th,>

Uni­

A me ri ca " tournament put to

the

Knudson wa s graduated

Dr.

semi-final

PLC in 1 9 5 1

w i th

from

a major in bi o logy.

nf N o t r

e

Dame

in

in Ule'

1 97 . 7 %

w e r e 1 ,500,000 yo u ng

many in 1 9 7 5 in th e c1.evetl states a lo n e . We have 40,000

phy degrees

nually to an outstanding pre-medical

then'.

several years he has been on seve ra l mal inc biology ex p editions and field

val'. This summer she is studying in

Do

t:; �

while teachers havt: a buy ­

POW('l' o f 5 %

buildi ngs d u ri n g the next two dccades t ha n we h a v e built i n all the col l ege s and u n i versities in America

on

s I n C e

t o : Department of Public

the

fa th e rs .

Relations, P.O. Box 2066, Tacoma

land i n g

One of the

the

of

Pilgrim

most critical problel1ll

we h a ve is to b· prepared w i th en ough

44, Washington.

q ua lif ied teachers. So far, t h i

Professors Stu dy

a .c; c has been

short-

really critical in on ly a few fields-Sc ien e E ngineerino' a nd

( C on t i n. uc d fro!lI page I ) IS

�,::· di(�.

m ore

campus. Address letters of infor­

.

r

in J 9 7 5 . They tell us that we will nCt:d to build

applying for admission for the fall

t l on f� culty

(

but will bt: $ 1 ,000,000,00 0

term should do so immediately to

mation

d ea t h.,

lC$s than i n 1 940. The i nstruct ional c os ts in the c olleg es in the West was $2,500,000 in 1 9 54 .

ing

Students who are interested in

themselves of housing

Buying Power Down

�;,� b J'lt"�

y(,l's l o r;"

end of August Jast year.

insure

replacement s,

have i n c reased in recent years 80 rt , for i n d ustrial workers 48%, fo r Jaw­

scmester than there were by the

cipal of the Mou n ta i n Lake school for

g

the

with

new students accepted for the fall

M i n nes ota high s c h ools. She wa s prin­

Ht'

th '

begins

At this writing there were more

M iss Baker is a gr a du a te of S t . Olaf

th ree years. For the pas t four yea rs w e n t on to do gra d ua t ,· work i l she has be"n librariall at C rosby-Iron­ rn he t u o S of ty i ivers n U e h t at d l h i s fi r ton "lnd M i nn eapol i s E d ison H i g h q u a r t r r-finals. C al i fo rn i a whert: he received a teach­ * * * rad ­ Sc h ools in M i n n eso ta . S he ' d id s i h earned has He i n g a ss i s ta n tsh ip . William Foegc received the Dr. Wil­ ma s t er of a rt s and d o c t o r of philoso­ uate wo rk at the U n i vl'I's i t y of Ver ­ mont and in 1952 sht tra\'cled in No r­ liam H. Ludwig �cholarship gi en an­ D u ring the past rounds by vi rtu e of a vic tory over the

L: niwrs i t y

1 93 5 has been

cou n t in g

T hf"

16 and classes on September 23.

Pt. :terson, Foky and Mountain Lak e,

Marine Biologist

on by the U n i vc-rsity of Kansas. The ad va nced

to 1 95 3 .

of

enrol l me n t

week of orientation on September

v e r s i t y of W i s consin, and Knox

from 1 95 1

whIch

semester

Col­ College and ha s her master of a rt s de­ .«I,(,t' in l ibr a ry science from the U n i ­ year i n competition. O ne of the gre a t ­ from kge. S he t a u gh t some a t P L C versity of Michigan. She has taught est ht!nors which came to the group 1 942 to 1 94 7 a nd also at i n tervals E n g li s h, La tin, and m a th e m a t i cs in was a n i m'itation to compete i n th e Thc' speech team had another fine

t (' a III

A meri ca

a n d r e t i rem en ts .

freshmen and t ransfers for the fall

Dr.

*

not

The outlook is good for another

r t she­ 'r1 u lbt" L Y UT dr j Ul" l lt:"' Cuikgl� u[ J n n J ckson received the Ladies F i llrs in St. G e rman e n Lay" near t' r n('d her nlllRte l' f Il Ol" ' f"t'. Dur­ f K i ", ni l: \va rd, and the Women of Paris . S h e also s tu d i ed at the Sor- i n .£; the p as t y 'ar sh, has P' II tc a c h( aliturni a, pub ­ I' � i n g i n t he S n b larship went to Janet Tur­ bonne th a t year. 0CiT) lic schools. She is a nativt: 0 � ve re t t . man. Jordahl ta u gh t a t York ( i\'eb. )

" H e a r t of

whil

1 93 5 ,

of

ThO!

in Ameri

college tcachers in th " We s te rn I I S t a t e s and we w i ll n e e d 96 000· in 1 9 7 5, 01' nearly 55,000 mor . t h n now,

Miss Almyra H. Boker ----

ight New Teachers Coming in Fall

L u ther League Day is

*

s i ncc

1 9+0 there

w(' st C l'll

Lu ther League \' is i ta ­

..

since

peopk

h a ve that

*

tion day in April at tracted the larg

.-'5

t

a l l colleges and u n iversities in America . Th e y tell us that we will

the student weekly newspaper.

"' I II'

g ro w th

pa rt

pcopk in

yearbook and David C rowner will edit

c ro wd

Wt'stern

the

young

average

has been 8 5 . 5 %

Patricia Finn, secre tary; and Robert

annual

such

1 7 ,000,000

n a t i onal

next year. Other officers choscn in­

The

a n incrt'

of 55 p e r cen t by 1 9 7 5 . In 1 9 50 there

clude Donald Cornell, vice-president;

*

in Amer­

wcre i n America 9,000,000 young peu­ pit' of C o l l ege agc hetween 1 8 an d 2 1 . In 1 9 75, they tell us, there will �

ston, will he Student Body President

*

b orn

almost '1- 0 m i l l io n pcrsollS,

David Knutson, senior

Duane

otha

year the",

sta tes is expected t o rise from 2 5

Alcoa

*

*

Lal>t

rapid. Th<: p o p u la t i on o f th e Western.

o f i\'on-Tax

Wash i n gton. The Steel

in

$8,000.00

th e na tion.

possi LI

a ny

en t i re population of . orway. In the West th,' in rpase w i l l be m u c h more

Fou ndation, to mem­

Association

have

t h a n

ica, which is a total greater than the'

Founda tion

Stcel

Colkg-c

Supportt·d

c h a l le n ge s

were 4,200., 000 babies

*

The Coll l.�t> shared in grants from Tht'

W" s t ,

the

in

in

of

follows :

thi, le t te r

Anila Schnell, anatomy, Washington;

matics, [daho.

Page

workmg towards her

I

college

Mathema tics. W he

the rising

�id e

r

e n roll m e n ts c n ters. the co l lege)

:'oio rw ay at the C n i w rsi ty of O s lo un­ master s degree at the sa me s choo l . in t he 1 960's, all will feel th sh o rt Ruth � oe, physie al e du cat ion i n - a g t.:. I f steps ar the der the Frcd t' ri c Sch de r S cholars hi p . not taken now, our . Tht· PLC D o rmi to ry A u x i l i a r y The RC\·. H. M. Andersen of E n u m ­ s tru c.tor, I S d O i n g work o n he l' m as - colleges in the W('st w i ll be u n a ble to t year be is i n cha rge of a study s chola rships went to Janice McKech­ n e x c l a \ w i ll t('ach part - time I II s oc i ology . te r' s degree at th(' U niv r ity of Wa h � s s - hire the staff they need . Ther is of the ha b i t s of the King t' rab in ney and Patricia F i n n . He is a graduate of Gralldview Col­ ington. dange r that SOI11 ' tea c h i ng posi t i on ! A!d s k a . He has done considerable n'­ lege aud Semillary, Des Mo i nes, Iowa ; Others Plan will be manned with l i ttle mor - t ra in M a rilyn Stolzenberg received the s ear c h ill m a r i ne bi ol o ,!!.·y and also des­

student.

*

"

t ri ps .

This

s u m me r

and

d u ring

a nd has a bach el or (of s c ie nce de gree

D r . Lee Ford, associate professor of

i ng than their upper class s tu d e n t s .

It is assumed that new teachers will be U n i ve rs i ty o f Wash i ngto n . He has coll i e dogs at the Jackson Memorial added a t the rate of 1 teache r fo l' ea h * * lowe r C a l i f o rn i a . He h a s alst! done 'onc graduate wor k toward a doctor's Laboratory, Bar H a rbor, M e . additional 20 students. It is u n l i k ely of ute t i nst I s p p i r c S tht' t a work A lene Woods i d e received the C ht m ­ dl.'gn:� ill sociology at the U ni v e r s i t y . To comp le t e work on doctorat e , that the c oll g e s will be a b le to main­ o. a w a rd giwn annually ( kca nogr a p h y a t LaJolIa, Ca li fo ru i a . ical Rubber Rc\·. Andersen ha, served UELC

AAUW scholarship, and their award ('J't biologi c a l li k went to Elsie Hul tengren.

th,

to

outstanding freshman

matics student.

lower C a l i fo rn i a

Miss

mathe­

on

and

E nger was

tht' Isthmus of in

t he gulf of

graduated f r o m

PLC in 1 95 3 . Tht' following year she

taught physical education a t F i fe H i gh

.�.

N i n e se n iors will enter me d i ca l and

i n ps y c holog y and sot:io logy from th e

biology,

paris h es in Viborg, S . D . , and Wilbu r

Ray m ond Klopsch, assistant profes so r

prior

to

e om i n

to

Enumclaw

years ago.

t he

( med i ca l )

liam

a re

Carlson,

Shirley

Lawrence H e i m,

HcmlCz, and

Wil­

i ng

R i c ha r d ;\Iodt­

*

For the sixth time in the nine-year

ing, · the PLC forensic squad won the swccpstak

s

honors this spring.

music

and

church

musi c

D r. Donald Nothslt:i n , college doc -

tor,

plans

to

do

g ra du a t e

work

in

pathology. Prof. Theodore O. H . Karl and E r i c

.)to

history of the Portland Town Mcet-

choral

history.

C n i ve rsity of Califor­

.,..

high overall radio such as 20 t o

Salaries Lag

1.

to

m i n of the music de p a rtm e n t is study-

Fred

the L: n iversity of Oregon , a n d M i chael O'Brien to the

e

tain their present student teach -r ra­ t i os , or that all co l le ges w i l l shif t t o a

U ndcrlying the teacher shortage is, the U niv . of South - of course, the salary probl em . All of ern California, Prof. Gu n nar J . M al- the studies and statistics can be um ­ s

ved t . Rod ney C h ristensen will go to

nia.

on

of E n gl i sh, is a t tht: U niversi t y of I l l i noi s, and R . Byard F ri t ts, assistant

Traveling

( dental) Merle H a n son ,

D u a ne N i enaber and

work

of Rochcster.

U n i ve rs i t y 0 f Wash ingto n

Foege,

re se arch

professor of music, is a t the Un i ve rs i t y

denta l schools i n the fall. Thos ' going t o

two

doing

is

N o rdholm of

the spe ec h d c partme n t

mariz d in a few wor d s- th e salaries of College teachers on a relative basis

have

fallen

professiona l decad e s .

fa r

behind

groups

in

The average

comparable the

full

last

two

professor,

. for cxam plt:, has less real purchasing powe r than he had in

1 940 . College

!" Tadua tes, i n their first jobs, earn as

will take a th ree-act religio u s drama ·mu ch O r more than many of th e i r on the roao in July. They wi ll pre- t (' ;" eh e rs .: ra ilroad fi remen e a rn 1!10r" M:n t it every n i gh t at a week -l o n g m on e y than Associate P rofessors in a

I Dr. John H. Ockert

Rev. H. M. An d'e rsen .

youth conv.:ntion in M issoula, Mo nt .

( C ont: nued on page 4 )


Eastvold Letter

nfer

Inanes

e

( Conti nlll'd f " orn page :3

Ll l',l..!T �L1.tl'

on, l r i c: htful Sqll<"CZ(· on t h ov' o f u s \ v h u (Ipe-rate Colleges i n t i l < · V\' e s t t w o - f i f t h� o f t h e n a t i o n . I t I S l i k & l v t ru (" i n ti l !· E a s t t h n·("-fi f t h s of t h e na t i on, as w d l . T I l ! " c o s t o f l i \ i n g , I t h i n k , is h i gh e r o u t he re t h a n w h , n . n u r () t h ( . c e o ] ] (" g e s o p n a k . Wh a t is m o s t dn ast;l t i n g a nd C h il i k [H .� i n g , by compal i , on , is to n o t e the , '� a l a r : c s that a 1"(" b , ; n g o[fen·d i n pllb l i e schoDIs, both Sl'("onda r)" asd heyond . L h e I 1 1. g I1 SC 1 1OUI. L.-t Ill<· g i ve y o u a few , . x a Ill plc s : An As s oc i a t e d P r e s s a n n o u nc e me n t from E l l e n sb u r g, ," a s h . , tells t h e s t o r y of tilt" h i k i ng of pay a t C e n t ra l W a s h i n gton C ollegc· of E d u cation. "Sa la ry i n c reases ranging froIIl $ 80 0 to .$ 1 , 3 0 0 a y e a r for f a c u l t y m e m b e r s a t Washington's th n' , C o l -

Fall

I

Th,·n·

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the

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on t h e conve n t i o n L u t h e ra n \Vorld Fcd­ of

month

J u ne

.

th" Evergreen B o y s t:He spo n so re d by the AI�j('rican L !.CIon. The P re s b y te nan S y n o d o(" f Wash i n Q: ton held ' ts a n n u al I I w e t i n g Ite-rc t h a t Th,> f i rS t weck of J u n e , th ree con­ \'I · [ l t i oIl S m e t c o nc u rr e n t l y- t h e N o r t h ­ " ,.� t(" rn D i s tri c t of the ALe, th e P a ­ c i f i c D is t r i c t of t h , · E L C , a nd t h e Women·s ?v[ i ss i o n a r y Fc d (" [a t i o n of the fo r

month.

E.L

L

Dr. Donald Farmer Elected to Head AAU P W a s h i n g t on State _,(JmmlSSloner, addressed the Bert Co l e ,

Land PLC

hap te r of the Amf'fic3.n Associa t i o n

f;l f

L' niv e rs i ty

P rofessors a t t h e i r an-

nual ba n q u e t i n M a y .

Off i ce rs for t h e coming year were

.. Jcc tcd

and they i n c l ud e :

R . F a /m er ,

John

I

thcrt·

·180 h i !'(h sc h oo l s tu d e n t le ad e rs

c a m pu s

('o n

,

D r. D o na l d

p resident . The Reverend .

Kuethc , v i c c -p n: si d <! n t ;

an d Miss

I I

we

have

" e h Icv e d

t h os e

�(" \

w h e re cost.s a ft' l o w e ! Th ..

pro b le l l l tha t h as

bi.�

t h rou g h

I -} y e a rs

tha n

yea r, for a n i ll<" mon th, .

here a t

Il l' ·

fae··d

this

tu i t i on

fcc

of

o f Tr"'t1"e s r e c en t ly passed a reso lu ­ t i o n s e t t i n g a goa l of $ 7 ,5 0 0 for OU I top paid p rofe s so r s . At th e t i m e WI"

('ra t i o n T h eo l o g i c a l C o n fe r e n c c from S,· p tcrnbeI·

u n t

I tst

sta nda rds a n d objectives .

Boosts N ecessary

Final event

�d l l · d u l e i s the

we a rc ben d i n .';'. ev e" y e ffort to r a i s e t h e s t a nd a rds to a level w i t h the bc.st . . c(�JJeges i n t h e c o u n try . ,'Ve s h al l not

Our Pa c i fic L u t h na n Colh·!'(e Board

\Va s h i n gton \vi l l be on c a n1p lJ s A u g u s t

I q - 2 �L

fund i n rec e n t m o n t hs .

$+80 fo r

hold thei r a n n u a l i ns t i tu t e h e re J ul y 1 l l - L 6 , a nd the A u g u st a na L u t h e r L!" a g u e L c a dt-J"s h i p School is sc h cd ­ IIkd for A u gus t t- l 0. This will Ix fo l ­ lowed by thl E LC L u t h e r League The

tCl

for the

ilu ric 1 t1 t h c ra n ColIcgc i s simply th i .• h. II 11.tl s tu d e n t pay the cost or sbAI l Ill" f. ulty pay l o r th,· educat l Or. " r th, $ ,_ d en t ? E a c h t i m e t h a t has 1II" 1 " [ ( :151.: d a n d <u1 s \v t" rt ' d, we have inc tr " a cd I h t u i t i o n a l i t t le b i t y ear b y p.• , " xl y e a r w , · w i ll be cha r g i n g $ 3 0 l I l ore

in

- 1 7.

r e ce i v e d

been

·

t han m a n y l" x p c c ted -$ I ,OOO o n t h e Th r·s c i n c r e a ses i n costs o f a c o l l e ge Such s t u d e n ts sp c· n t $ 1 , 2 5 0- edu ca t i on a n· c a us i ng serious fi nancial pcdc by o u r teachers, n o r h a \ c we 1" \" I'n had a l I Y e O l d pl a i n t w h a ts o e ve r . mo re t h a n dor m itory resid e n t s a t pub - problems to pa re ll ts a n d s t u d e n ts . l i c instituti ons. T u i tion and fees a v e r- M a n y a p a re n t finds t h a t a fund start­ There i s a n a m azi nQ appreci a t i o n of n- a ged $ 1 7 5 a t p u b l i c i n s t i t u t i o ns a nd ed when his child was an i nf a n t to w h a t we ha w· done i n t h e w a y of i 6 p \ id $ 5 5 0 in p i \ · t c fo r fou r years of c ol Ic "'> � ow r a c i n s t i tu tions. Only 1 nJ · creasing the salaries, includ i n g what p n c e n t of thes!" s t u d ents h a d a n y is e n o u g h for o n l y two w e e x p e c t t o d o fe r ne x t y e a r. or t h n 'e a rs k I n d of s ch ol a rs h I p a s s. l , t a n c e . a t m o s t . T h e al t e r n a t ives a rc t o d i g Here arc SOI111" of the fi nd i n !'( s of a PLC Costs Less dCT]Jn for the e x t ra mom·v needed e O. Ill pr(" h e � S i \"l" report on 'The· Cost s , . of Attendmg College,. l rol11 t h e 0 I t s h o u l d be e Ill ph a t i ca l l y a>Sl" I"ted o r to h a v e t h e YOll ngstc.r gi �"l" up t h . 1f i l l · o f E du ca t i on : I n 1 9 5 3 , i t cost the t h a t thc c o s ts a t P a c i f i c Lu thnan C o l - s c hool of hi, c h o i c e a n cL l o o k fo r on .. 'V e

of the E v n ge li c a l L u t h c r a n C h urch i$ h old i ng i ts annual w orks h op . ALC S u n d a y S c hool T e a ch e r s w i l l

L�ad c rs h i p School f ro m A u g u s t 1 1

ha\ c

for 0;11' y e a r . For

7 - 1 0 the Pa ri s h - E d u ca ­ of

C hu rc h , Sea t t l e .

O t h e r g i f t s r a n g i n g f r o m $ 1 00

to a ttl· nd col - lege a rc fa r less than those c i ted stud,· n ts l i v i n g above. A t t h e same t i m!' P a c i fic Lui n d o rm i to ri e s , t h e a\T r a g·" c o s t s w e r e t h fTa n C o l l e g e i s not a n i nffT i o r c ol ­ $ 1 , 1 00 at th e- p u b l i c i n s t i t u t i o ns a n d lege, b u t r a t h e r sup l' r i o r i n 1Il a n v $ 1 , 7 00 a t p r i v a te i n s t i t u tions . T h e w a y s . \Vh("[e we a rc in a n y way w e a k

lege

of t h e se pur l l i e a n n o u n c e m e n t s

a bo u t s a l a r i e s .

1

M r . and M rs. A rt h u r

an

anTagc s t u d e n t :j; 1 ,450

a ss oci a te

N o Complaints

i n c l u de :

�{almin, ),{ r.

wtTe

professors

L a d i c s G u i ld , P h i n n e y R i d ge L u t h c r ­

w e h a ve. "

S w i n d l a nd , Prof. a n d �[rs. G U [ l n a r J.

from $ 6, 5 0 0

The p r i va ti" C ol k .ucs s i t in t h e

the r i t e s .

C a ro l l y n ''''hea th- y o

$ 7 ,8 00,

The

i n c r e ase d

nd as

Churt·h

L u t hcran

Lea g u e Le ad er s h i p

Lu th e r

0

$ 7,900 to $9,000 ' ·

Rev.

( )vcr :'> ,000 y i , i to r, w i l l bc un e a m ­ I'llS d u ri n g t h e c o u rse of t h e � u rl 1 I n c r to a t t e n d t h r fo u rt f" l' l1 conve n t i o n, a n d (1 I 1 itTt'I1lTS w 11 1 e ll w 1 1 1 be U l t't· tl IlB !w rc.

, to

t he

kill· Kelly, :\" icholas KPldennan, 1\'[ a l' cia C l i ne, Mary K ie v , C a ro ly n Koepp e n , R i c h a rd K ra ig,·r, Geo r g e G re e n , Charles L, ubach, D u a n ��·. M el c h er, : "vla ry LOll Sword, ". a n c y S I nclaIr, and

Campus Mecca for Summer Conclaves

Sc h0

.

e x pa

Those w h o han· fu rn is h e d r o o m s rc-

u rday by t h e j o i n t B o a rd of the t h re e

professors was

toson , R i c h a rd G raves, L e e H i l l , D a r -

t

D

n o t be < 1 b l e to

leges of E d u c a ti o n w e re approved Sa t ­

i

,tead of $ 5 , 4 0 0 .

confirmcd i nclude A l\"i n B rocckcl, Sheldon Brooks, Joan B e r -

.,;-

1 0k

·

L u tncs, P a s t o r, i n s t r u c t l" d

and

_l

a n t professors w i l l rccc·i\"c $ 6 , 4 0 0 i n -

were

PLC S t u d e n t C o n g rega t i o n .

c S! % J = �

.g

the

l:onfi(!nation

;; cC

s tu d e n ts

Seventeen

� o ro o m s ha ,, · l)( "e n fu r nish e d i n 'V est Soeolofsk y ) , Oscar B u h l i , A . E . L o n g , H a ll ( a t $ 5 0 0 e a c h ) , l c a v i n .� 1. 5 roo ms I n c . , :\;I r. a n d M rs. G eo rg e MOl·k e n . y .-t to he pa i d for . T h n e 'l iT s t i l l ,11 1 T a e Olna ; ivfr. a nd �(n;. E m i l S t u h l ­ s o lll ' . I. dt to b e fu rn i s he d i n :\" o r t h a nd m i l l e r , R i .C ha rd S tuhlnll· II("l " , E dwa. ll : South H ;·r lls. K. Lln·dalen, H a t ton, 2\) . D . : . . , Church, P n · ,, i ri , · n t S . C . E ; " t\"()ld s t a tcs., "we 'Vivf F , I Il l m a n u d L u thnan . < l IT m os t g r a t e f u l for t h e ma n y f i n c I S i lv n t on , Oregon : iv[r. ;L nd ivlrs. J a . (, i f t s re("("i,,·d from i n d i v i d u a ls, .[( rou I)S., I cob "' 1· ' · . Sa m u e l s o n , S,, ,l t t l,·.· .· G,l' ,· H . .l' � · chu rches il nd b u s i n e .s ,c s toward o u r I ma n ( t wo rooms), Spo kan e : L. H. D o r m i tO l y B u i l d i n g F u nd. 'Vnc i t not B raafladt family, .\Ton h Sacra me n t o, for t h is wonderful s u p p o r t w e w o u l d C a l i f. : Robcrt B . .\Telson, Sea t tle ; ,mel

boosted from �4,5()0 t o $ 5 , 3 00 . Assist-

Stu d ent Con gregation Con firm s 1 7 Stu d ents

D

C o n t r i b u t i o n s ; I IT s t i l l nc-dcd t o pay :v[ yhre, T r i n i t y P a r i s h G u i l d , M l" . a n el for furn i s h i n.�s in rooms i n ou r t h ree �1 rs. B u rt Ra Y Il l o nd, Parkland Fud d o rr n i t o r i c s f o r w u rn l 'fL ( )i l S e r v i ce , �ledosw('t't D a i ric" ( i n S i n ( T t h e I " s t i"uc of this bulle t i n h o n o r of lv[ 1 ". a n d ivlrs. Hnb(:n G .

a

.

Sern i n(lry, Dubuequc, Iowa., i n c l u d e : ,Valton B e rt o n , R i ch a r d '\' e i rna n , and Ha rold Sandberg. William Johnson a nd La V e r n e Stough plan to enter Pacific Lu thera n , Berkeley, California ; and Lawrence· Sh ob e r g and Thco-

.....

U n i\Tr. � l t y, a n d so

1,

·

'rhos(' go i n "g- to L u t h e r SCln i na ry 1 n ­ � ;: � � c luc! t - : B rU (T :-\ y C f S , R o n a ld H as le y, � � E d g a r La rso n , Donald Lyks, Paul a g Lucky, David :\'csv i g, Kenneth Rob­ � aJ inson, D a \·id S teen, and K("n neth Tor­ vick. Those who w i l l , . n t " r Wa l·t bu rg

z

More 5 Gil s Needed to Furnish Dor itory ,ooms; 10 Donors isted

J u l y , 1 9 57

P A C I F I C L U T H E R A N C O L L E G E B U L L E -,- I N

Page 4

I !I�;�I;�I�I�IIIII_il�11

d i d th a t

w,· th ou gh t we would h avC" several yea rs to a t ta i n tha t g o a l . F o r

the ('orning year

$ 6 , 2 00, p l u s some 0f

the

ha\ ,

op i n i o n ,

to

wovc

p rofe sso rs in t h , ·

o ur

top

salarv

i !'

fringe benefits . i a m

t tld a y ,

hIgher

th a t for

Wt'

th e

w i ll

to p

school year 1 9 :1. 8 - 5 9 , plu� th e fri n g"c be n ef i ts o f a n insur­ a n u' policy, social se c u r i t y , and OUI p e n s i o n fund with the Lll t h c.ran Bro­ th nh ood . Th i s in

of

ordn

\ve

the

to

n,"l"essa n the fi na nc i a l p n;s·,

able to

g o o u t a n d St�Clln:

tea c h ..,.s

nl�l y hI

top fl i g h t

i s not only

ITl i eve

today,

te a c hns

b u t a l so

th a t

to

corne a nd hI' un live w i t h ­ o u t f i n a n c i a l won·y. '�IC c a l l 1 l o t a fford to h i r e chea p professo r:'. B," giv i n l! o u r , t a ff who w i l l be able to

I

k a e h ns a d c LJ o a t e s a l a rics ,

th l: i r m i n d: e n t"I" g i c s can bc frec to d o the best po s s i b le j o b of tea c h i n g . It h a s been well s a i d that w e I l l us t

a nd

I

·

t h c i ,·

IIlt'aS U fC o u r e d u c a t i o n a l effort

not bv be l"as), and eO \: n e n. ie n't to d o , h u t by w h a t it is nee!'ssarv to do in ordn tha t the t y pe of sO(:ictv we d e s i re rnay s u rvive a nd flourish.

w ha t i t wou l d

I

LUTHERAN C O N V E N T I O N L E A D E RS-Three Lutheran conventions m eet i n g here d u r i n g the first week o f June attracted trants Padfic

fro m

the

D i strict

Pacific

Northwest a n d

Women's

Missionary

883

Alaska.

Leaders

Federation

are

regis­ of

the

pictured

above. Seated is Mrs. J. R. Tobiason, out-going president. From

left 10 right, those sta n d i n g are Mrs. G. B. Stromberg, promotion . , secretary; Mrs. James P h I l lIps, second vice president; Mrs. tis : . Grande, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. J. A. Schlerman, SOCial action

I secretary;

and

Mrs.

Clifford

Wold,

first

vice'president.

Shown

Ellcn C h ristenson, secret a r y- trea s u rer . ! conferr i ng, center right, at the Northwestern District meeting OT

t h e A m e r i c o n Lutheron

C h urch are President S . C .

Easlvold

of

PLC, left, and D r . H e nry F . Sch u h of C o l u m bus, Ohio, ALC president. Lower

left

are

leoders

who took part in

the

Evangelical

l u , ne: a n C h urch Pacific District conclave a nd j o i n t session of a l l

I

\Vc

have learned that we a re quite ri c h e n o u g h to ddcnd ou rs e l vcs what­

fTn t h e cost. 'Vc lIIust now learn tha t

we a rt" qu i t e rich enough

to e d u ca t.e

A.

o u rselves a s w e need to be ed u ca ted .

Sch:otz of M i n n e a polis, ELC president; Miss Alice S o n n e of M i n ­ neapolis, W M F executive secretary; a n d D r . H . L. Foss, district

h e r i tage of the past, we w i l l be poorly

I hree

meetings.

From

left

to

right

they

ore:

Dr.

Fredrik

president. ALe's leaders, lower right, are from left to right, Dr. Paul

Varner of C o l u m b us, ALe's assistant stewardship d irector; the Rev. Carl H . Mau of Tacoma, and Dr. S. C. Siefkes, who was re-elected district president.

Wi thout

the c u l tural a n d i n te ll ec t ua l

equ i pped to meet

the social, psycho­

logi c a l , and s p i r i t u a l c h a l l e n g e s of thF: future.

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College bulletin 1957 july  

College bulletin 1957 july