Page 1

PACIFIC

COLLEGE,

LUTHERAN

NO. 1

PARKLAND, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 28, 1928.

�OLLEGE HAS AN AUSPICIOUS OPENING .

:VELOPEMENT 'paci-hc r:J 1/ IELP' PROGRAM IS ORGANIZED i

NEW YEAR IS Year STARTED WELL HERE AT P.L.C.

Starts New School CollelYe /� . ___:::m:1�.��!i:'7'1�

ew

Good; 106 Are Enrolled

65 Are En­

Plan;

On First Day

,lIed First Night elp us grow!"

:;h is the plea of Pacific Lutheran ge.

The college is expanding daily

room must be made for such de­ ments as may arise.

For this rea­

he cooperation of all is asked, and

,xpected that such aid will be gladen.

e

plan

for

zonstruction

development of

a

new

includes

chemistry

(,tory, expan ion of the library, and devclopment

of

lized friends.

a

wider

field

ot

The

I

12.

e.

"("Ime

lflrler t

e T.il:!eral Art

Such an addition

necessitates

ional resources This s another . on for the present plea for "help"

19 from Pacific Lutheran College

. Its friends throughout this North'. Elvestrom is one of the important

, In establishing a greater Pacific at

land.

He is to be the field man-

nan who will be responsible for orling the development campaign in leld and arrangmg for a series of mee t·mgs a t wl' 11C h Presl 'd ent T'

ad can present the cause. •

development

aSSOCiatIOn

m-

. IS

.

bemg

One

I

. d, mem bers hip 'm whlc mze . h'IS

I

Pacific

Lutheran

and

six

students

The opening exercises

had

were

held in

the organ prelude, played by Professor Edwards,

I

prayer,

I

"The

Glory."

!

I --------. ---- ---CHOIR IS PICKED Lutherans Have I PROF. EDTf/ARDS " B"19 Convent"IOn BY

Its first ensemble rehearsal Wednesday,

the 26th. Professor J. Edwards direct-

I ing. After many tryouts

been selected:

'

the following EI-

sopran�Anna Michelson,

First

Lehmann,

Dorothy

Hokenstad,

I

of

session

summer-school

of August was successful can be shown fact that

the

from

there

commandments service

was

a

of

difficulty

not

:land, Washington, with the under-

'

Miss

Stixrud,

Mrs.

.

...

vt:.LL .II>

for

well

as

provide a way

His

for

individual

of

dis­

as

lege.

So in our works and dOing', we

your

heart

ever

at

Christian insti­

be

present to

all

troubled,"

times.

help and

for

.

Jesus IS

befriend us

The new teachers were introduced by (Cont·mued on Page Two)

0ffered

Kreidler.

Ul" rle

have this one great comfort, "Let not

WEDDING OF L. CARLSON GRAD

to

a

At

were about eag'er study in the midst of hot days.

College, Holmes, Elma Trulson, Helen Westby. 50 tents placed on the campus.

Thy

tutions like our Pacific Lutheran 001-

the

conducive

in

in

ciples

Normal course of P. L. C. was well ut-

That the Chataqua held the last week tended even though th e work

Declare

neart lJe 1.tOllOleti.

loving

For six weeks this summer, the school

The

Heavens

led

poined

all this time He hears our prayers, and

! His

I "vas actively engaged by a goodly group.

Chataqua Is Well-Attended By Boys, G'Ir Is an d """ Adu It&

Svare

are His great works to do for US; and

Proved Intere"'tin g

I

O.

assembly

our goal and Jesus is our way, and there

SUlluuer School Has

The P. L. C. chOir for 1928-29 met in

T.

The new president, Dr. O. A. Tingel­

l

1 _:;:;::;:::;::;::::.;-

the

stad spoke on John 14: 1-15-"Let not

" your

i

Rev.

and

Singing

,

I

hundred

the chapel building at ten o·clock. After

ed is enrolled as a contributing sup- Phyllis Grande, Emma Kaaland, Helen of

Pacific

an mcrease of ten per cent over last

t: "This is to certify that the above vera

�r

of

year's enrollment for the first day.

! have 0b -

,d by Signing the following state-

exercises

enrolled on this first day, which makes

re has been a demand for a four'

, wiU

opening

Lutheran College were held September

" course in the college department:

.

Exercises Prov

Opening

Tingelstad Announces I

beautiful

very

home

wedding

Lyman

Carlson,

Tuesday evening, September 25, one of

Mr. our

Hauge, and Mr. Stuen were the teach-

was

graduates,

Mr.

married to Miss Ellen Heggblom,

Second sopran<r--Clara Myhre. DorIn addition to the older members of ers , while the course comprised Educa- of Gig Harbor. Rev . O. J. Ordal from ding that a contribution of at least othy Ebersole, Lillian Anderson, Edna th e g-roup, R ev. H enn'ks en of Seattle . tIOnal Measurements, Prmclples of Edu- Bellingham, Washington, for many years dollar be made to Pacific Lutheran Dagsland, Inga Goplerud, Ingeborg had charge of an encampment of 35 cation, Library Instruction, Technic of a close friend of the family , performed !ge by the above-named at least Balstad, Eliot Michelsen, Irene Dahl. boys, and Miss Ulleland had 25 girls Teaching, State Manual, and Normal the ceremony. The bride's sister was a year and that the above-named FrankHoff, bass-Norman First maid of honor, while Mr. Ole Floe acted Art. her care. (Continued on Page Two) under lin Lacy, Warner Quale, Sigurd B jelde. I

I

I

I

formal dinner party was given at

and Mrs. Phillip E. . ge Iast We dnesday evenmg In hon-

son,

I I I I

son.

Alton

Mrs.

Ellingson,

Edwards,

Reynold alto,

first

ne 0 Id facu Ity. Mr. XaVler ' gave the

:ommg address to the new members

morning

At

of

election

officers

Mrs.

Franklin

Lacy,

of

Elna

of

regular

attendance

ical

and

The addl-

rhe

call

was

sent--and

ne from far and near.

re nearest are

responses

Those who

Mr. Hong,

the

new

and

the

summer

o

Tradition,

.

where

board

of

trustees

of

the

Mr.

Blanche

W.

Rail,

of Washington last June. The

call also

\ College,

' I

penetrated

Decorah,

Iowa,

to

Pacific

at

always

and

back Dr. Tlngelstad and Mr. Elvestrom.

any

time,

Mr. Elvestrom is field man for the

development

work

at

Pacific.

While

nig ht.

over-night

The

bag,

presentation

last

was

takes

on

a

any

a

short

honeymoon

in

British

Columbia, after which they will be at

home at 1407 No. Prospect street, Ta.

the

home of Mr. and Mrs. Xavier, with the

west end of the campus we can only

say that surprises await you, for noth-

new

ing in black and white could truthful-

Iy tell the traditions of that mysterious

with a campus, for in this sense tra-

I

'traditions-many

Friday

at

for

I coma.

spot.

dition consists of customs so long prac-

I

MRS. KREIDLER HONORED

leather

Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Carl-

Explainer---Mooring Mast Reported

interesting

of

them-and

new

customs without realizing that they In honor of her birthday Mrs. Kreldbrought ler was presented with a beautiful tooled already entered into the traditional life Luther

I

meaning when spoken of in connection

were Rev. O. L. Hovick, a member of the

the College.

son left Immediately after the wedding

Fascinating Tradition is By P. L. C' . is Best

I

kes possible another step forward in

ure.

at

King,

ticed that they have become a part Lutheran College, Rev. Pfluger of seMiss Myhre is the school stenograof a thing. And what kind of a campus attle, Rev. Rustad and Rev. Lono, both pher. Her home is In Seattle, where is that without tradition? P. L. C. has of Tacoma. . she was graduated from the UniversitY j students will unconsciously follow old

of these teachers to the old staff

I work that is being planned for the

spoke

school for ministers.

Rcific is glad to welcome a group of this school where he once was president.

1

Seminary

Moore,

Among the invited guests

were Prof. and Mrs. O. J. Stuen, from

Gano,

tel's and Mae Wahlmacher.

Included

contests

Mrs.

Irene

Verna

Martha Sizer, Bertha Rod, Merle vet-

Among the speakers at this Chataqua

NEW TEACHERS ADDED TO P. L. C. STAFF

{ teachers to her halls.

student body,

swimming

Johnson.

Kersten,

members

Dr. Bruise of the Lutheran Theolog-

meeting in which he stressed the im -

also choir plans for the year.

Ethel

the parents sometimes Joined.

lre and Mr. Hong. Mr. Hauge acted, manager of choir, gave a talk at this

ames and contests occupied the eve- portance j

meets,

quarter's as best man.

the

attended

who

Calavan, Ruth Erickson,

games of higher organization in which

IIlr. Elvestrom, Dr. Tinglestad, Miss geant-at-arms. Mr. Elvertron, business

;; hours.

the college

track

some

Those

insplra- I work this summer were: Hannah Andderson, Opal Black, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs.

real

and by contests of various sorts. These

contests, conducted by

he group, and responses were rnade Trulson, secretary, Car I An derson, ser-

naster of ceremonies.

a

The younger members of the congre-

Wednesday,

treasurer,

proved

gation were kept busy by Bible work

26t h Gerhard Lane was e It ec ed presl· -

I dent,

and

Uon for the day.

XaVJer, ' second a It0, WI'11 be c ho Ir c hap-

f the new members of the faculty.' erones. dinner was given by the members

Jacob-

and

j

Bible meetings were held early each

Second bass-Alf Myhre, Carl Ellef-

JNER HONORS NEW FACULTY home of Mr.

I

of the school.

For instance, how many of us have

not already strolled to the old Kicking

There are, however, less mysterious

customs of our school. One event which has already taken place is the annual

I

trip to the Fair.

Most of us found that

there

places

are other

besides

school

where one can get a different slant at

life or look at things from a different angle.

Anyway,

the

Carnival

section

is one place where you can get up in

the world.

As for the other traditional

events we shall not try to tell

about

!h school prinCipal, and Miss Myhre. at Luther he was a teacher, but he re- dinner tables set for 36 of the honor Post, implanted a flrln toe print thereon them, for they, too, must be experienced. PIr. Hong came from Lincoln High

I

fused to tell the reporter what it was

\001 In Tacoma, where he has been that he struggled with.

guests,

I school.

friends

and

associates

in

the and wished that--no, don't tell, or it

Dr. Tingelstad presented a bas-

won't come true.

This custom began so

We merely remind you of Campus Day,

Sneak Day, and Reunion as some of the


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PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON

THE MOORING MAST

wish to demand of him.

He gives us

comfort and aid whenever we ask for it.

Why not use that privilege

more

Alumni Notes

often? Th'IS oug ht t 0 be a good rec ipe WI·th which

to

begin

the

Never let it rest. Published every two weeks during the school year by the students of Pacific Lutheran College, Parkland, Washington.

very easy to let things rest when they

"All things shall be done decently and in order."

Keep our chapel in order.

in order because

Lyal Kreidler

Eleanor Lofthus

Irene Dahl

Elna Trulson

Erling Jacobsen

Dorothy Ebersole

of the

cess in school.

CIRCULATION

Klippen

Mr. Allison:

ADVERTISING

FACULTY ADVISERS

WELCOME, DR. TINGELSTAD!

of

1\ corporation can he no more efficient than the managerial

officer at its head."

Our corporation is Pacific Lutheran College, and t1le proof of' our school's integrity is Dr. O. A. Tingelstad, our executive. In referring to Dr. Tingelstad's acceptance of the presidency of Pacific Lutheran College, allow us to say that never in the his­ tory of our institution have we experienced such an advancement as that which his presence makes possible for us to announce. . Ie IS a cholar and ed ucator of pre-eminent ability, but more, he , IlS a gentleman of sterlmg character.

Let

me

see.

women from having the last word.

Dr. Tingebtad. we welcome you to Pacific Lutheran Colleae t:> and hope to manifest the appreciation you delServe.

I wrote for last week 1"

'VHAT OTHERS THINK ABOUT "OUR ADVERTISERS" omctimes one hears a student remark that advertisements . are of no value to anyone, but this theory is false.

coIn News. Leap Years come,

"Look, Izzy! Your shirt is out!"

Ellingson

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But he was wounded for our trans­ our in ­

Henrikson. Mrs. George Henrikson Jr.

gressions,

was Matron of honor and Elna Trul-

iquites: the chastisement of our peace

son

and

Esther

Towe

were

was brused for

brides was upon him; and with his stripes we

maids. After the ceremony a reception are healed." was held at the parsonage attended by the following guests: Rev. and Mrs. L.

Insert

our

own

name

"our" and then read.

in

place

of

Christ bore our

C. Foss, Rev. and Mrs. O. L. Haavik, troubles, our iniquities, our transgres­ Mr. and Mrs. Ph.

E. Hauge, Mr. and sions.

If we would stop to think about

Mrs. O. J. Stuen, Mr. and Mrs. Kreid- that side of our life. other pettier mat­ leI', Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. ters would vanish. George Towe,

Henrikson Elna

Jr.,

Trulson,

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Jenny

People have come to think that God is

who are residing

be

at Decorah,

Ellingson

Surely

he will help you.

Students and teachers join in wish-

is

Iowah,

teaching

somebody sought

on

whose the

acquaintance Sabbath

day

can only.

at Our Father is ready for us at any time, in any place, and for any thing that we

Luther College.

- --- - --------- �------

-:- Church Announcements -:-

Sept. 29-Saturday sehool, 10 a. m. Sept. 30-Divine Service, 11 a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a. m. Oct. 1-Meeting of the Church Council at the home of Mr. Philip E. Hauge. Oct. 8-Devotional hour at 7 :80 p. rn. in the Church parlors. Oct. 4---Choir rehearsal at 7 :45 p. m. Mrs. Hauge director. -

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Xavier, O.

other

Miss

Clara

teachers

J. Stuen,

backs

good.

Following the program, President an'

Thl

Mrs. Tingelstad led ,the Grand Marci

Thosl

Edwards,

Hoff,

an

Lydia

E.

unusually

Stixrud, and

able

H.

look

forward

to

her

soft

brown

til such time as the Endowment Fun has been paid in full." The development campaign was open

I

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in despair, somewhere

on

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patted

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devoted

another

retain this

states President Tingelstad, "will be

faculty group. All

well I man,

"The income from this association

A. W. Ramstad,

w

01,

Musical reading, Mr. Freed.

the date of such contribution,"

are -J.

fit his

"A Little Nonsense", Mr. Xavier.

CHIN

Esther Father for help in your schoolwork, go

ing happiness and success to the couple, Prof.

Go to the Heavenly

Lingaas,l to Him when you are homesick.

and Mrs. Gunderson.

where

THE

DEMPSEY

. .Honeymoon

per- flicted. he

ON

(Note: There was no further argument)

him stricken, smitten of God, and af­

formed by the bride's father, Rev. Geo.

JABS

-Lincoln News.

carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem

being

FIVE

In

kept on the mailing list of the P!.cifi

Cleat marks in the enemies' chest.

begins."-Llncoln

MOTHER."

June 27 at the Phinney Ridge Church ceremony

vest

News.

FROM

Luther College. The wedding took place the

Prof.

the

to be

Lutheran College Bulletin one year ;ror

And; departing, leave behind them

FLINCHING OR OUT-TALK YOUR

"Surely he hath borne our griefs, and

Seattle,

to

vare

"TAKE

of

in

'28

The

Myhre.

and

That they play and play their best

"Out vare?"

Speaj Coac

year'!

"NO YA DON'T; WHAT ARE THEY?"

' 'C'bapej' 'Tali(' ' ' ' " "' I ��: R �s :� :t: 2 C: �� S �. !7aI I er� �r! � L� Henrikson

Elvestrom,

Lives of football stars remind us

Wolf Pa.nts

new president,

ty:

CAN'T DO."

Organ Prelude, by 'Vely Joseph O. Edwards InvocutionRev. T. O. Svare Hymn-"The I-Jeavens Declare Thy Glory" Meditation on John 14: 1-15 O. A. Tingelstad ' The Lords' Prayer Vocal Quartet: "Come Unto .Me," by CoenanMrs. Hauge, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Ramstad, Mrs. Xavier AddressN . .T. Honn b Soprano Solo-"My Redeemer and My Lord," by Buck Mrs. Philip E. Hauge nnouncementsO. A . Tingelstad and Philip E. Hauge Doxology-"Praise God, from '\Thorn All Blessing Flow"

Louise

the

looki]

an el

son,

"I KNOW SOME THINGS YOUR DAD

PROGRAM-OPENING EXERCISES

of

Where

"Out

A.

Invader.

Man always pays.-Lincoln News.

the

(Continued from

Boy! But I loved that cat.-Auburn

It may change many a man's ways;

Confl

Mr,

"handshaking"

lowing program was given by the facul

shal1

(Continued from Page One)

Cuddled into my lap

Commence now and see how interesting the advertisements really are. Then get the habit, for Invader advertisements bring a three-fold result-for the bu)'er, the seller, and the publicatio�. -Auburn Invader

Palma Heimdahl is teaching at Skagit

I

It don't change this-

from

of welcome and wishes for success in . . the the commg school year, The fOI-

City, Washington.

It changes much, But this I know-

Alt

from

of the faculty.

She crawled up into my arms,

Leap years go;

reception hall

. Refreshments were served by the ladii

Pacific Lutheran College.

Advertising is only one type of news and is valuahle10 the publ cation carrying it, the business and above all, the person readmg the announcement for he profits most. As an example, u ten dollar sweater may he offered for eight dollars. a saving of twenty per c�nt . Such a saving as this counts, and in a years' tllue will make a considerable showing.

!

gust 11 to Mr. T. H. Eggen.

O.

Answer: "In my inside pocket."-Lln-

hard

Piano solo. Mr. Edwards.

Lora B. Kreidler, W. J. Freed, Joseph

Wire to Father: "Where is the money

the

1

effor

Dr. Tingelstad, who gave a few words

College, Mankato, Minn.

tor

Stan: The only thing that can keep

ing

This

Myhre.

President Tingelstad-N. J. Hong, Vic-

Kike: What is an echo?

reception.

Mr Colle

Song by mixed quartet composed

Tacoma.

That doesn't

his work.-Lincoln News.

school

of positi Hauge, Mrs. Edwards, Rev. Svare eral Mrs. 25 is attending Lincoln High School in and Mr. Edwards, accompanied by Mis ably

who built my garage, but it looks like

marriage

seat -

I

Agnes Weirson '27 was married Au-

sound like the name of the contractor

-Lincoln News.

the

Gladys Knutzen '28 is attending the

Pisa. Tourist:

"

was

--

Eatonville Public School.

over thlrty-five.-Lincoln News. Guide: This, sir, is the leaning tower

in

introduced

at the Hauge

teaching

is

Solveig Rynning

held

After the usual

Gerhard Solli is attending Bethany

N. J. Hong

the

eight to eleven p, m.

Clara Rod, a student here in 1924-

Mr. Alllson: "The president has to be

O. J. STUEN

teacllers

Burton Kreidler, '25 is attending the College of Puget Sound.

Student: "Why?"

TYPING

Evelyn Solum

faculty-student

was

tie.

"There will never be a

of

the students and teachers acqua nted,

woman president of the United States."

Gerhard Lane

affair

year took place in the form of the an·

last week.

· C011ege In ' Me tropolitan B uSlness

�iL., Of Change...;

Eliot Michelson

Margaret Jacobson

order is one

social

L. C. 1926-27 visited school several days event, given for the purpose of getting

Keep

Keep everything

first

P. nual

Cornelia Goplerud who attended

15,

On Saturday evening, September the

to enter training In a Seattle hospital.

first essentials for good work and suc­

BUSINESS DEPARTl\IENT

Agnes

Keep our schoolrooms in or­

our library in order.

Agnes Olsen

Sylvia Larson '28, is now at her home

In addition to this, comes the thought

der.

EDITORIAL STAFF

Miriam Heimdahl

Try to make everything

RECEPTION IS HELD

in Parkland. She will leave in January

It is always

you do, your best.

En tere d as secon d class matter, October 2, 1925, at the Post Office at Parkland, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879.

Verna Gano

semester-

It is good advice to

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FOOTBALL PROSPECTS ARE PROMISING WITH HEAVY LINE AND FAST QUARTER Mr. A. W. Ramstad, Pacific Lutheran College football mentor, has been workl'ng a squad of about thl'rty-fl've men hard during the past three weeks in an effort to find a winning combination · . Although

m

f rom 1ast

he

Ilas

year . s t earn,

practice.

Junior Colleg€

Tackles

looking new prospects, he is yet making

have

an effort to find the best combination.

positions.

11

of

A second game is scheduled with the C.

seem a

to

causing

be

great

deal

Coach

P. S. reserves, but no date has been ar-

concern.

of

Jacobson,

been

showing

and

ranged at the present time.

up

ments

Lisherness

well at

tackle

The

Speaking of the outlook for the season ence. Coach Ramstad says, "I'm not inclined to be too optimistic." the

In 'son.

and

backfield,

Knutzen, all

Carlson,

Ander-

from

vets

positions.

eral and consistent punter, will probably work at quarter. his old position, half. backs

Thostenson,

Coltum,

and

well taken care of.

Kreidler. should

be

Kreidler, a letter-

so

far

includes:

12;

Puget

Sound

Centralia St. Leo'sReserves-

will

such

criticisms

The noise surely must have deafened

Miss

her, because a boiler factory would be

tion teacher, last Thursday.

hard put to it to equal the volume put forth by the future students of P. L. C.

be

Stixrud.

gl'rIs

The

girls'

thl's

,·physical

year

face

educa-

an

ente r-

taining program of games, folk dances

That is, of course, if such a comparison

and exercises.

is fair to the poor boilers!

tertaining one, even if the classes were

All around was the hum of voices, greeting old friends and meeting new ones.

Pacific was certainly in a state

held

from

Last year was an en­

3:30

to

This

4:30.

year

promises to be even better and expectations are high.

and the Gladiators have some strenu-

had been changed- painted-new curtains in the lunch room; new teachers

efficient pair of guards. Berentsen and

Bill

Nyman

and

"Jake"

Jacobson,

both veterans, seem to have an edge Although

the

loss

of

such

men

as

ly felt, prospects for the coming season

with

with the

wonder,

Everything was strange and The girls are required to wear the .of chaos. new- even to the old "studes." Rooms regulation outfit consisting of white

sen from last year's squad will be keen-

positions,

made

We

the out come 0f the regu1at·IOns rnade by

Lincoln High, November 23. This should

veterans a

end

the

being

when Elna Trulson sailed onto the . horizon 0 f Registrat·IOn Day at P. L. C.

Roll your

stockings up!"

October 19; Stadium Hi-November 9;

Other prospective fIoban, Fowler, Sannerud and Christen-

are giving

also

air

year's team, aud Floe should make an

good run are Sanderson, Palo, and Hoff. The

who

"Change that dirty middy! on the

Fred Scheel. a husky guard from last

Knutzen should on the center division.

fit well at fullback, and Anderson at

list

October

last Hauge should also fit in well at guard

Carlson, a clever field gen-

are

Arrange-

Moran School.

All are big but lack experi- Junior College-October 5;

year's team, seem to have an edge on positions.

\Ss

ising possibility of at least two more.

GIRLS START WORK IN GYM

"Oh, Truly!" Such a clamor as arose

At the present time five games have . been arranged for, and there IS a prom-

Wiese, a letterman, is showing up well.

�t.

11-

plenty

IS EVER GROWING

that should result in some real football

wingman. Gopelrud is another promis-

Ir.

ds

has

ENROLMENT TOTAl.

being arranged to

contests.

ing wingman.

Conference Champions, and some likely Cronquist,

iin

Coltum

are

provide the Gladiators with a schedule

speed and should develop into a capable

1 etter-men Ramstad

seven

Preparations

PAGE 3

PARKLAND, WASHINGTON

FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

second team, are shOwing up very well in

COLLEGE,

are far from being gloomy. open

iators

will

with

Centralia

the

The Glad-

gridiron

Junior

man, and Thostenson from last year's October fifth.

I,

I provide the fans with some real football,

I

ous contests faCing them.

middies,

black

black bloomers,

stock-

iugs and tennis shoes.

greeted the classes when they met. But over and above all the racket, FOOTBALL Team Elects Captain.

Irvin Lane '23 and Miss Pricilla Boyd of Idaho were married last August at

and between trips to the kicking post.

Stanwood by Rev. Geo. Lane. They are

time was found to make the new-com-

son,

residing at

ers feel at home.

elected to Captain the fighting Glad-

Parma,

Idaho,

where

Mr.

The old elevator gag

was "pulled" time without number.

Lane is superintendent of schools.

It

At a meeting last week "Red" Carl­

of "freshies" were not as green (unin-

P.

L.

C.

athlete,

was

iators through the coming season.

was funny though, that the new group P. W. Lee, a former student of P. L.

prominent

Football

fans and

students

will re-

member "Red" as one of the outstand

season A. visited school when he brought with formed if such a word suits our English ing backs of last year's team. Carlson on him his brother, Fred Lee, who register- critics better) as had been expected. is a brilliant open field runner and a They took the jests and attempts at ed here. witty quarterback. He should prove an comedy in good humor, and have made acceptable and successful leader. themselves better liked because of their

College

excellent conduct.

be iic

Erna Heimdahl has completed train-

We found it necessary to direct some

m

of

the

older

members

of

the

student

Ing

at

the

Hospital

Swedish

in

Se­

attle and is a nurse there now.

body around the halls and into the dif-

I."

where

registration

Thoralf Pederson, a P. L. C. student

J-

was the order of the day.

Everything

t.s

in 1926 has opened a store on 807 Pa­

was different-it still is-but the new year promises to be the "best ever."

cific Avenue and will be glad to meet

classrooms

ferent

'y, [1-

all of his old classmates and P. L. C. students at this location.

�d

GLADIATORS BEAT ROY HIGH; 12-0

n-

In a practice contest on Friday, Sep­

p-

tember 21, the Gladiators defeated Roy

:st

High with a score of 12 to O.

h'

The con­

test was an exhibition of miserable foot­ ball. Coach Ramstad used virtually every

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�AGE

4.

PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE, PARKLAND, WASHINGTON

i

I SUMMER

POEM and THOUGHT it was a POEM

Where,

But YOU got FOOLED, now DIDN'T So WHY did YOU keep on READING like

LOTS

of

OF CURIOUS,

you're LIKE

oesn't KNOW

me

WHERE

�� ��

to

STOP

Hello,

A

. OU,

I'll

tiflc

JUST to SHOW

TEACH

Do you KNOW

you

Something.

THAT

PLENTY

the

TRIGGER?

FOR

REACH

to

DE-

the

you

delightful

woman stops telling her age when her

soft,

this

literature,

with

not

a

thing

age begins telling on her.

on

Don't you get a bang out of watching

from

and

observation

Ooooh-there

MA YBE WHEN HE LEFT

ought to be a law against that !

SIRED DESTINATION. And NO MAN is to 3e

PITIED

except

the

ONE

Didja go to the fair?

whose

We observed

NOW haven't YOU

�LREADY learned THAT THERE is a

is shattered, but

"IT HARDLY becomes any of US

Rizzi :

Say ANYTHING ABOUT the REST

and

ME,

and

SOMETIMES

I

rHINK THEE is a LITTLE queer." And

better

I KNOW that COMMON SENSE

I

Prof. :

�GHT depriVe YOU of the FOOLISH THINGS

it's

FUN TO

DO.

Stude : "Sure, the inside and outside.

Besides

defeat ;

he

has

NEVER

Fol' AN

THING

worth WIDLE nor

rRIED with ALL his MIGHT. But THIS UNPOLISHED rugged VERSE

ellose

a.�

fitted for

DISCOURSE

And NEAREST PROSE . 11 WII

urely

BY

MUST have

you

been

at

this

THY.

( enjuying open tit'e ) - W ll ll t do you love best ? Il l' d fi n rl

on back

Dougal :

I

DISCOVERED

rhat rm not a poet. SO I QUIT,

:

some people never eat any other

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Pacific Ave

savages

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"Then why did papa pm a but­

ton

in

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missionary

plate ? "-The

Blotter.

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We

saw

our

one

hears

College

around

today.

Now

someone

are at

outside reason

to

take

the

the

girls

and

"finger

toe

nail and

is

It

a

case

of

"First

come,

first

home

in

a

new

school

was

finished,

the

more

important-the

that

his

and

parents

sister

Kreidler the

had

Duffy spent

the

Players

pleasure in

week- ends

of

Seattle,

with her

She also taught summer school.

Don't

kid

me.

You

trying to

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Just 3 doors south of Bus Station

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GARRY LANE

,nd

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At J

Committl Hav e

Three

fishermen

COOL of

Nome

drifted

out to sea on an iceberg, but managed

ments ; Needed Following H. Anderson

ted the bookl ment policy cording' The

Hick ?

1

s h oul d

that

She-l

should

than

y ou

say

place in the

endowment ! operating this

cent of the

Its Our Business To Serve

plan worked pay back int

the endowme tire most of

�ev�n;, endow ment

ape

improvement and dollars i the library, I

convenience and we want you to

are

feel free

better

to

use

our facilities

in

We invite comparison of Quality, Service and Price. Examination without charge

We devel­

BINYON OPTICAL CO. 9 2 0 Broadway Phone Broadway 1421

descended

from

a

You are invited to consult us about your banking problems.

tre e ;

marrIed

three

Commercial-Savings-Trust

tinly am an ignoramus.

Why when a

girl gets married two times, dat am big­ when

she

gets

married

de

third time, dat am trigonometry.-Wal­

I saw knee. [s

Motber-Etllel, your dentist's

T'acoma, Wash.

you Sittillg on that

the

924 Pacific Ave.

All orders left by 10 a. m. ready same day at 5 p . m.

Daugh ter-No,

mother ;

but

and will gre: of the cours

C� According'

Spalding Athletic Goods Tacoma, Wash.

trl

banker at S son, treasun dent

of

th

Co. of Tacon ( Conti

New Three

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The new stu Seattle, Roy

GREETING§� 7

During the school year of 1928-29, may we,

Main 768

continue to receive the loyal support of our many friends.

(f

of

senting the

lege since tl

t ha t's

the way be extracts a promise.

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BI

Established 1890

he extracts a tooth ?

WASHINGTON HARDWARE CO.

gt

oj

two improve

High School

Millwork and Cabinet Shop Supplies

DEVE LOPING & PRINTING

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way

dorf Lobbyist.

: ; 304

chen

basement

The Puget Sound National Bank

times-big­

Someone else : Lawsey, boy, you sut­

but

being til

five membel

otry?

otry ;

endowm

Thats why we are here, for your

Wangberg : What you all call it when gets

1

for 0

board

College Chips.

girl

j

tl·

an investm el

therefore man descended from a tree.­

a

in

second reaso

and Serve Efficiently

a I'e.

ing evolution ; Man descended from an an

I

accord

the placE' of

Listen to this : A new way of explain­ ape :

ex

income

money

He's ev en

so.

pre

velopment

m i n e.

cl user

at

used to retir

has been sUi

Parkland Mercantile Co.

He's a very close relative of

so.

S:I�

know

concel

policy

endowment f

izing the Pal

lop and print your kodak films.

1

to S1 first

Impr!

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every and any manner.

l I e-Do

t

board and b)

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to keep cool until rescued.

EXTRACTION

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have done in

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pledges

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Enlarging, Lantern Slide Making

cry

For that

boys

carry steam on a shovel. "-The Blotter.

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Same Day Service

was

Sumner :

I

father land.

KEEPING

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do

D. :

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CaHfornia Florists

Ask

"So

Mother : " N o."

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He saw the glorious Stars and Stripes

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Because he couldn't stand ;

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Our father slipped upon the ice

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"The trail

PATRIOTIC

<contributed!

the

a steam shove!."

"Mother,

Satisfied that my aim has been accomplished.

get

Stewar t : "Describe the mechanism of

nu t ?

clothes ?"

TIME you

the

nail" grips for each subscription.

routine of teaching. ( ? )

( h e i pful l y ) - Why dun't you e x ·

Sign

CLOSE r.ELATI0N

is

Lutheran

paper. All studen ts get the paper each

be g'lad to get back to the hum-drum

Ume

tired."

Lobby­

EVERYTHING

Be LEARNED from

F'OR

have

He

of the lonesome spine."

tomorrow."-Waldorf

"I begin

cal

NG

long

ist.

Now I have

;U that bOMEY

)

"How grind? "

and

a pretty busy summer, and must now >-_ � � _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ �. _ _ �

Sign on back of a slicker :

"Work, nothing b u t work."

Mooring

Come

served," and each person is

It seems that the teachers have had

pe ri ment

"Worried? What's the matter ? "

STRIVEN

drove

summer

fact

sister.

She

-College Chips.

"PITY the MAN who has NE'ER

Edwards

where she

!

Ye

Mr. Ramstad and Mr. Xavier spent be the first. a lazy three months studying for deThe contest is just started. Although grees at the University of Washington. there is no definite date set for the end Mr. Edwards passed his vacation in of the contest, it is expected that the Hennings, Minn. During the first week finish will be in about three weeks in July, he attended the National Edufrom now. Get busy ! cational Association meetings. Mr. and

seeing

i

"What ! "

I FAIL, it Is ALL RIGHT, for

'{NOWN

Chips.

Stude : "Two."

It master YOU for THEN I t

iF

like it.-College

Prof. : "How many sides has a CirCle ? "

GOOD to HAVE, but never LET

they

all success in this work.

Mrs.

The more you humor them the

ye !

dollar!

is the time to subscribe for the school

Mast takes this opportunity to wish him

visited him.

Some people have a keen sense of hu­ mor.

The Mooring

publisher in New York.

the

Psychology

ANYWAY

prepared by Dr. Hoff, and is now with a

fact that he taught summe� school, or

tHAT is WHY I am so BRAVE Everybody's QUEER EXCEPT thee

Such

paper.

Mr. Hauge had a hard time deciding

-Source unknown.

As t.o WRITE THIS.

land.

which

"That bunch of bananas."

of us?"

I

to

Hear, your

hear ! Come and buy ! "

Instruction in summer school at Park- to

sister in Vancouver, B. C.

Bud W. : "Who ?"

to

ing

ye !

wants

week, but it is up to each one of them teach the rudiments of Library

Miss Stixrud spent some time with her

Rizzi : "Gee, they are a yellow bunch."

GOOD in the WORST of us?"

Mr. Stuen spent the summer attempt -

After

disgrace to

If US? and a LITTLE BIT of

So

Lutheran

Pacific

of

Willys-Knight car.

more often he's just

Still, it's no

plain broke.

be poor, but oh ! how inconvenient.

" LITTLE bit of BAD in the BEST

"Hear, Mast

teachers

the

Mrs.

afterwards that sometimes a girl's idol

FUTURE LIES BEHIND.

teachers

A manuscript of children's stories was

sides the perspiration we got inspiration

Inspiration NEEDS the HELP of :>ERSPIRATION

Pretty

readIng

I

In LIFE but a LOT of THEM pull

everybody . 1 there

your mind except a rooter' s cap-may- ' the football practice ? (The players do be. I've found out that inspiration too. ) One frosh thinks the scrub team needs the help of perspiration to reach washes up th varsity after they have the desired destination so we were incleaned up the scrubs. spired to race to the Kicking Post. Be-

)f PEOPLE HAVE a GOOD AIM )ON'T

sitting

. Th e campus philosopher says that a

( mostly light-not enlightening) scien -

3ut THEN, THAT'S THE way WE Learn THINGS.

the

College during the past few months :

or

who

U'VE gone TOO FAR AL-

U

have

Here is the where and the what, and

by

KIND

MAYBE

where,

maybe the why of the vacations spent Pacific

OTHER

PEOPLE ho are

oh

And what oh, what have they done ?

[t TILL you FINISHE D ? I'LL BET you JUST

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been,

YOU?

Are

Mast

WORK IS

DONE BY TEACHERS

bet YOU started TO READ this

['U

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FOOTB.

Can

P. L.

The game

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New Development Policy Is Started At Pacific CoUege Committee .. Elected To Have Charge of /IQVe8tmenu; New Material Is Needed Follow1ni the vla1t ot Mr.

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Rudolph

of M1nneapou., who audi­ boots at the COllege. .. develop­

H. Anderson ted the

Laboratory Is Being Installed in Basement of Gynr

ment polley hal been formulated by the­ board and by President nngelatad,

cording The

to augeaUons of the aud.1tor. flrlt

Important

poUey concema that

at

Item

or

th1a

the income from the

endowment fund. present

baa been th1s money It

decided wtl.l

uaed to reUre lndebtednea and

t:o

be

I

re­

place in the fund the expen&ee of thtl endowment appeal, operat1ng expen.&e!l.

M

well aa to meet

in the

By !Wng h&l! of

this lncome and the Bpec11'led Iii per cent of the endowment lege.

according

to

an

gift4.

the COl­

amorUzaUon

plan worked out by Mr. Anderson, will pay back lnto the endo'lmlent fund all

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the endowment appeal expeIl6e!l and rem � ::.

nn.elat&d.'1.. =-�--:---,-:-----1f-----�-------1

endowment fund collUDue to pay their mer pledgee in the next. four yean ILl! they

have dO:;' �' ::= The first of two

!dng

� N

reasoria

money for

Is to open.t1ni; t'XpeD8eS A.aoc.lat1on

provide

to tate

the plaCe ot the Inte!'eIJt Income :: :7u::a;:� = ��� p 1l

tram

Is to provide money to!" At pruent, one thousIs betna: spent In expandlnir the llbrary. &nd three tbouu.nd dollarl U"e belna: � to build. a larpr and better cbem15try laborat«y In the lU1 um. These buement of the lI)'Illl t"!"O lmprovements rw .. long felt need

second reuon

Improvement&.

and

dollan

Of

Or.

for orpn-

the Pacltlc Lutheran CoUege

veiopment

�eI'

Complete Choir Daughters of The Li8t Now Given ; Reformation Hold DeError Co�te,J

I

part

error Jut

week, the

or the char

Thru an

of

memben rollowl :

omitted. The oompleie uat

SOpranos: Dorothy Lehman,

Hok.ellltad,

Anna Iol1ckeWn,

Orande. Emma K&&Iand, Helen Elna

Trulaon

and

Helen Wflltby.

Second SOpranoa: Clara othy Ebenole.

LUllan

Myhre.

Andenon.

Dap.la.od. Inga Go¢erud,

Un1ted

States.

D1rect.l1 uDder"


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THE 1100.1",(; MAS T

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e

POEM

Tbeft I. � 1D &be autumn. :n-t ia DaU1'e III rD1 tMood. _ Touc:b or manDI!r. h.1nt or mood: ADd m:y bNrt '- l1b " rb.rme, Pub!»bed e'I"er7 t.o -..:. 4urtnc the IebooI ,.e&f by the I1.Udmtl ol PacltIc Wit:. the ,eUow aod tbe purple Lutben.D 00Uere. PVt1&ncl. Wub1J:II1.OD. ADd the cnm.on teepl.n& tJ.me.

i

i

TO ALL

P. L. C. ww be liven U� c11IcoUnt on au In addl­ Uon -.:Ill -''ttl one � larJe the ttrst ten attttnp after tJU.. luUeI.

photos made at Studio. photo and frame to

F. J. LEE

Call!. Bldc.

MA.WNE'S CANDIES

nn� :n�0Uf�� ': th��� ;::=====, ap1Nt It.

dam of

after the pme?

Everything thate New and to Date at

We Patronap Your

God.

Up

Appreelat.e

Rosso's Garage

Mr. 8ehUtO'W_HHow would you speI.1

"Y&ll1meraec1oUl?� Clem Senrt-"Very poorly. m.�-Lln­

--....... .. Chuck: "I tb1nlI: ru \aU .. P. O. -. . 1rt: '"Wb3t" Chuck: 1. want to be • IIO&P �­ IaL"-'l'be B1-L&fe.

DAVIS'

DICKSON BROS. CO.

Madison 107-R-t

coin News.

SWEATERS

Oothing

fil'· l . -

" 1be Store For:: Md , .

.:

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80CIftY

.

:

1I�12 �iC

� CLO'I'BBII " .

Ave.

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Fan.....

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Fre.h Daily

Bldg.

960 Pacific Ave. Rust

THE PARKLA.ND · UGHT _d·.WATER COMPANY .

. Complete Une .port bool lUld dreoo .hoeo

....... -.

Made

1M2 Padflc Avt!nue

Ta.L US YOU Aa& no• •: L. c. Il PaJa

HANSON'S

lhal are dillerenl

A MUTUAL COIIPANY .,...... .. 1111.

Waler. LlPl· .... Po.... to ......... ..,.)y. , RATES ' LIOBT� to 1 eeat.:.. J[W. Boar .

�n;��.::.IWaIo � �_wUl POWIIR AI'm KU.T-l to " __ per Itlt'. Boar; . PIX' tlII1ber blfcn.lkla aIIPI7 &0 .. a. a.LIJtICI8OIf. lIp'.


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' Bonfire . FRSNCH 18 ELECTED . Grealeot Outlook for Girlo' Gladiators Meet ATHLETIC MANAGK1t e ed y P p BuketbaU Team St Rall q Sl Leo's Friday A' <be ...At -Paclfk Colle� deDI. For 1923-29 Good r Bod,J. 8epWmbv . m_ " ... ....

. Walter Get.. Plenty of U. By Haft tbeJ 10& pep? You WU "em. ID PreDcb ... eIecWd a\bleUc: ID&MI'II' . . r. Fellows Tryin, to Onrcome ,.u.' oomm. t.be the OeDtnIIa .... \hi �tton Flnt Game 01 Footb&Il sdted ale Thelr Weak TackUn, Played Off Heft Lut Friday ; .c.�t bocb Ill\, ThUl'8l!Q' ....:.w:c Gladiaton Are Defea� '"P:rmtt:b1 ... LI AltboUCb IJ\W .marun, tnxn the de- OCtober 2, �ted ..-...... .... ... ...10 ODI oil \be dal By Store of 18-0 t.1. the Olac11akJR mc.\ enUluaiu� "pep ram.H .,... Pac1tlc Lutberan 00Uece 01ad1aton, :veu. t.be team � be ODe of tbe meet tbe � 8l Leo , eo8ftD on tbe IMpd a1. Pacltlc Lutblnll. D:IUet'L Tbe IIII8IUer 01 former P. L. O. � baU latter', n� PrtdQ' .nerooo.o. rally ... [alured by .. 1&rI'e tIoatlre. '&DCt buebaIJ. '-mil ab6u1d 40 mIlCh � tu\ :J"IW" c:bamp&ona of the W.t.erD beH In lbc h1a\Or}' of (lrll' buketlJall While It .... . � blow to 1<*1. t.be ,ella &DCt � by Ya.rkJuI reprNm- 'WU'dI mat1Df bJm Junlor P. .. � maraw� � f"OOU*U at L. c. .... 'P"re:Ilcb7'. won. wW JIlt &D ___LNpe, opeDfd \bel!' ....." P'rtday t.rp H_... TP:'tar 0.& expa1eooe prond 'l'tJU&bIe In 0Wl1 taUftIL tor the dlff t __ october 5, When tbe1 fADIled wtUl OeD: eNll pamtr.lla Junior OoUep at PvllaDd. the hcWc Lutben.D 00Uep., Jum. � center: M&lpret Bolmberf, mended before bUt � pme. The 18IIden, Prot:__ RaUl' ".. caIJed eo.cb Beet·, OIJDtnJla J\m1cI" Col- � Dq:a1and., IDeaoor Lo.t\hua, IIDd \&ckllne: in Iut 1!'eel;', pane .... poor, upcm.. He re.pooded with • n:I"J' deftr &Dd .. a rMUlt the dumDl1 baa had blUe talk ooooerninI the team IIDd • � dOWDed \be wQcht1nl Olad- Pb,yWa Grande. ataDd much l1li- puniahment thia COIDlDf ,.me. 00&eh RamItad 8lde oeDter 1IIJCtIoD : Wane o.nwn. .torte.?. taton" in the nr.t COD1'� Wl ot tinter that the defect I:d.a)' be Ia.Id a few � � for the ___ .t Puti&Dd.. The Luther ooe oC Iut � letter wInDIn. MarIdunno. Lut DJcht D11 uwe prt

'tes

. ..' buteUlall ou"� ......- t... ... � ... -.m 01 1". ..,. Ule )out. WlUl OWl)' new up&ran" eomblDed ... h t.be t.bree leuer wtnDen of 1aA U

__ pt"CIft\I..Iin to

_ � '-"'"

eleft'n..

t -;:

=: �= aret�= 0': M1cbl-

Beck " a fOl'1Qe!" Unlftnlt,. 01 Waah1nlrtoD. football 1Itar. � 8__ LMa 0ftItraU&, wttb a PGWe!fUl plunclnl b&cttteld and a atubborn line.. led tbe attack thruout the .-me. Only in the Jut Quarter cHd. the Pvk1and1te1 e:Ilh.Iblt any spect.aeular ootball. � f A of end runa by Cvllob. and 8aDdenon. coupled wtth an et� pualDf at-tact.. t.urned tbe Ude. but the Lutherana" rally Itarted

tor

to

��

:� � � wnJ:to -= :�� == ':.: 0;

��

� :y

Dummy

to =-

=-

� �

to

�..

on

bt

e

too late. =uu mt.t"" II n. :.,.':h: :o �--;:;.: � . u in e Cvt8orD.. Putiand.. flaahy quarter, AI yet.. a captaln &Dd bualDlaI mans-d on- G_ and � at balf. made larp Dot IIIIec:ted by thf Bat\U"'da1 atternoon the !IeCODd been q-er haft pin.I on end !"11m. A kxlc pa-. f rom rtrla but th1a wtll be attended. w11l �t Ita nnt tute of real earLtoo to 8andenoo Detted &BOUler ty when-they meet. the Llnooln I&lve pln. but the whlllle stopped the Wla BtIxrUd... the coacb. baa b1ab Iatel In the Llnooln Bowl The !lenat1onal rally and eoded a bard- OJ*! IX" b£a'er f h and better butet-- ap� to be evenly mat.chel1, and a touaht same· b&I..l -.on. and wtll do her abare 1D p.m.e should be weU conteeted. Lut year Oentn.l:la and the Olad1a_ _ _ _ tOlt.erinl load aportI!manahIp throu&:bton haWed to a O� Ue at Parkland.. lD out the year. the return p.m.e 0entra.D.a took • s-o --: = = = =_ _:::. _

all

I

to dJreet-

��lnm �� �

���I E�"�·-�:""::=;;:;;;:;;;;;�::;; ;:;· �-

" ter U- Del.... Lut Y.r and � Martha CUM, BeaDCa JCJr"ItIIlIIOD, Lut -.00. our � defe..ted the manapr, were � p-eeted IIDd ),(arpret Jaoot.en. wbo la a let.- LJona on the Parkland neld wtth a wild OOIlIlomoraUOIl at D01M .:ore of H to O. and _ hope that the u.u&l war cry " tel" lUI of the lut two JMn.. 8peech." �: Paul1ne Lanoo. wbo procea wtll be repeated thia year. Pttu no«.. in fWPOnMI to a p yed the t 1"\"ed request, spote briefly. poCUon Ju ,.ear, DoroUly eo.cb � espect.a to be able la .. the full ,t.ren,th of the � aptn &bowed the .'�' .ame of the Kbenole and Emma ItaalaDd. Friday. � Is K_ lCbooi apIJ1t b)' _yin( a few wonII Althouah Sandenon hal been nun- I� a I"'OUI1nC yell fot Garry Nearty all tb" rtrll � out haft had Rftral yean' experIeDce wtth � an 1njw-ec1 ankle. It " thoua:bt that me yell t1ne:. variouI t.eam. .a compeUUon wtll be he WUI be in ahape by Prlday. But all th1np haft an end. Old man f k a much � bu' beoen Ihowtnt: up _11 in J. PlUY1.0UII put an abrupt .top to the een. nua man. IX"

i

� �.��� " �_ "". :-!���::: ::

Dr. H. L.-Monzingo

Lan"I;�=======�

�:'by in

D01ay

lIl!Odine: b.1I

SuIte 1114 Pupt Bound Banl BldI. TAOOMA. WASHINGTON

LIEN & SELVIG

tJl"ft

DEW DROP INN Place 01 Good rood "Uh Itseeneal ....... O1n.oen a 8ped&lty On Yountal.n H1way

Impo�n of Nor....� Cod Liver 011 cor.

Ta.con:1a

Annue '" 11th

8t..

_ _

Cubon

the tana

�� ::;-<:been rn.n Student Opinion

by booUna' a beaut1tuJ tick, which tra.eled. sixty yan1a..i Palo, pluclty

=�= , =�= �U::.... .. s..M 0-...,.. The

...... ., JiG.....

lIy

S...

f ud e t t p.8� ��� =e e:.� !: .: A.

=�ve:"""""'::=� I �;;;;�=�;;�111

CoIDe

much bette.- than the other 'tudenta. the gymnuIum; teacber'. desk in the or they have no interftrt. in their lICh()()L bruy. dicUonaries; president', . Perhaps lIOme of them haft too many dence ; Ubrary bulldlna; rtrl' , the speedy Intereata at home. teory: new fP'IIlIl&wn. &l. IUld campua

10flien aevenJ. pound.s to the man. 0Nt OentnJ..la lIIQuad ou�

plunging fullback, and Quarter. were the chief

pho.o�pb;

��..=,�:::

FALL WOOLENS

oua NEWAD IDU

Sortie of the boys sUll thatrt on amoil:- vey by • landscape arch.Itect. Ine all the front stepe and In front of hard to h.oId the cround pined, but the the bulldlna after they have been aUed ··Yummy. do you aay "It 11 me' or wtnoerlJ wen too beavy by the facu1ty to quit.. nua ahoWll poor 111 1"1" What can ' be said of one can be eooperaUOIl ..Always remember the rhyme ' ·It !III.d .I ol all They gave all they had. There 11 too much no1ae in the hall I". said the spider teo the fly.

P'loe

KnuUIeD

Cronquist Wiese

Kreidler

Carlson

A.nder1Ioo S&ndenon Palo

l,..TR

B. Ely aem.ey

t.oR ROL

Roaencrant8

Perri6h

RaIny

REL

Berty 8parU Keppr

Q

RHL

LBR

-

Ely

Oest.

BubsUtuUona: Knutaell fIX" Palo, Ny-

man for Knutan.. 0ft1c1alI; : referee, Po8t: heM. I1neaDan. How1ck.

= :' t::::n.t.n.

Some

00)'1 in the dorm1tory beds every day and sweep every week.. Either they 1Vt!re used to It trom home, or they 1earnJna" bOWll!il:e1ep ne tNt. U every room in the dozm..\to y wu lliI:e 312. the r girlll wouldn't have to worry any more. There II 110 time teo ret bometDc:il: at C p. L. . &II there Ie somethlnr to do

make thelr their

at

the

are

rooms

every mtnute. The l1bTary

lhaWd not be used &II a study ball in the even1np except for ump1re, Todd. : reference won. U .tucle:nt. -.nt nudy toretlW' and talk OIlt loud. tbey abOIlld 10 lDto aDOtber rQCGI where tbey won't interfere with �

Can't .tuI17 in tbe wInteI". Qotta play butetbd. Can't .wd7 in tbe 1P!'iDc, ..- - ­ � " .1n tbe lQlll,llMll' Qatt& �WIIJdad tdIb1fat.

PAIlU.AND GAltAGB . -GM. ... ... .--... �.o. .......

to

8telD...,. aDd. otber piaooa. Duo Art Reprodudbl PIaDaI. VIdroIaa tIDd VkItoI" RIa:IrdI., BaDd IlDd. � � I5bIIIet KUlle IlDd. "" Boab. RAdIo Beta and �

Sherman)'by�Co.

___ � . 'bola&.

] 1.:.

WII&!W:Ictoo

to

l ;::=�����:::, Attention!! Typllll' Student.

Typewrite..

for Home Practice

UNDBRWOODll NO. 5 as low 81

137.50

$25:00

81 low ..

10

_ PMItIe Aft.

.._ta.b:l � � 8""'" It ra,. .. LMII: WeB. I'av..be u.... _

O. P. IUroD'I'8ON, ....... 0GrbeI" Car UDe

0

JohllJOn-Goz

Go. 7,6 'l'Mifi< vi... JtWM.. 49

.

PROTECl' YO� B�� · :

.

A student at'age i6 or more should. take a life policy for .

the benefit of theparty.or parties who �inance his or her �� A Ten Year Term policy

at above given

• coats

fO.60 per $1000.00 anDually. and · e.n ·be converted to any . higher form within e�t yean from date of _lit. '"

AD _ � S,..w ....·c. _ M. R. MarCIa .

I

EARLY whit. OIIr Iloej . u _pIm

PARKLAND' Confectionery & Barber Shop

cation.

REMINGTON NO.

$50. 10 $65

Ghl'i8tma8 Garb SeleGtion

----:��iiii�:_-- I l

Special V&lues in Rebuilt

tbem.. '!'be bst

...M.� r....

thoudl that wu DOt autftdent to durlna" cJ.a.ss perloda. A few of the stud" 0·1 ---.but couldn°t you aay ·It victory. It wu a great pme. entll il:eep on I""Wlll1ng bacil: and torth me: aa.ld the spider the n�.:·-·"" I . LbIr-..,. w1th a lot of � no18e. Diablo. I'boJteMen LKR Bl.ackenah1p IIabIU Tell Jaoobeon

and .ee

10th 8t.

for QentnLl..1&. The ParkiaDd. line worll:ed

bring the

Ion

GEO. LONEY 112 80.

Ely, ground p.i.nerlJ

ta1lonclta1l�� �at1lled

C;;.

j


; �;::::;; 1 • •

.

orden win be reoelved tor

at 8berm&n Clay

&;

00

IlIaD aDd biI 'miMrl_ _re !lOOn Oil IIMO\ the ........s 'r1eW-ln . � at that! W�t rewm1Dc 8uDda;J nicb' b7 Lt U. trouble? Huw can be be helped? "Oome. au )"lI talUltuf" and IOIYet Lhr � for the MOOI"lhI' ....,. and for . Why 1m the djeabl8d the many curtOWI OMI at 1CbooI Roo, l5t.n4enoa for . few d&Ja .n.r Uw

No ma""" boW mIlCh 01' boW looU JUU are endoWed. .. U oh . J'OU better «*11Dc "beo J'OU DUe.. T'e&eher: lmat:1DI ..-IpmenU and Harry 8&nrIerUd. are morrow .tart .nUl IIthten1s:ll aDd __ l1i Bend. 0\"eI0Il. to thUDder.-W� LotIbJiaL _

Chr'YtlaIwon 001�.

Wal.

W

Hemet

attendlDf

I : ': ;:� �..ru: I t

at

wq&o

" I'tJULa �bM � It. amaU bo7 Il1dlnl CIa • cellar map bJ the -� bla trauM'S,

lCoDt1nued P'r(m PICe One) A. BU8Chman. JV"'IIIldent of the Deep I&--fut. • wwld" .�"oo Co. 10 8eetUe and �te A .-.c1nI ear, cetUnl per hour nn.t.tad tn 1800; P'oc'bel record at - mil. pre5dent r:4. the Puaet Bound It. penon. 'I'OI�tarll1 �

� .... _u I � _�'.�. I = ··_··1 .,..,.... Bank �t1Di dI.rect (Dl-

HenDan.Boldt

Mr.

f Ie)'pOI"t 0ftI' the eDOUIb �W'e to ....... \he' 4lIco1oraUon that hu appn.red IU'OUnd the parent&, Mr. Ind MrL orb 01 the t.NChe!' of PI,cholOC)'? Perha� " .... too much peyeho1oo and

Boldt',

at

not.

recent

WbUe eonftntn" one of • lnftiMmlot neIcl. ThU It. orpniattoo meet- people menUon a name. _",d,.tel"t play " �.. bet"" th� o InC (lib � 10 and adopted the Ulence apreadl ver W1ee seruor: " Doe:. don't ahow your polley of in-ve.t.1na, at �t, in elua Lhen a wh.laper-' h. my l that ,",I lIDon.nce. 'Aabeatol· I.Ii the t..Un word rut. ,-\, bonds and nnt I'ftl Mtate mort. Now, I'm uk1na"�Just what dOlI! for weloome. for appra1a&! by three Ii peel .ooeIble Vlkint:. West mean?-North PAST 8ep. On . .ee commt memben of the tt . an In-" Dld you tno.. tha t � rt IAnt tembtr 2'1 action 1Ii'N te.l;en autborta-tane uylum In A ra la O� tnc the d1vem1t1ed inve&tment of '10." your "Why?" on ltand you vee C.-Can �. An otne1&l report on the ltatua of :I Or\. " Becauae there art Nomad people the endowment fund will be ,made 8OOn. h� r I H�Uey O.-No. It'� too hlah -MI. there."·-Waldorf Lobbytst S.pport AMIMI det.erm.lning facton! In our ll� win In acoordanoe with the development vernon Buil Dotr : be d\ac:UlI!IPd in .. popular and Intert:!t! - pol . New office boy: "I-ve added thOle rlaley the P. L. C. Development Inc: way J..t ... BUt urea up �n Urnes. a1r !IOClaUon ill now beina" orranJ.z;1ed. All In th� owners and frtendl of �le I IBank Cashier. UI Mr. Rader! " Dld Employer: ,pooo:t boy! I foot It up?·' Boy : And here's thl!' tl!'n aIlllwen sir ! Lutheran ll ege wtll. .. far as poeFebruary � apea.k1na on the (blanklYI . " No sir , I e&me i n -So uret' UnknO"Wll sible. be ap�ehf'd with the request 'Under Ten Flap " ChI!'VTOlet."'-Tbe Pleuant View that they voluntarily aupport the Col­ committee held

'e

��

1oA- ;

Co

oonU1butoT

I

leadt?& ne.. .. papen and leae wlth a contrtbutlon of at leut �nes. includltli The Travel Map.- dollar It leas t once a year. lui 11ne. !be Current Map..tl.le l . and The .... the oolltrlbutlon hal been London Spectator and recorded til the otnoe. the Boy la Speaker tI1buUlr b 'liven a serW number. Much enthU51um has been aroused l.s placed pon the malllns .l13t of u over the new. that Richard HallI bur-ton. bullettn IIaued quarterly DurI.ni tiua 8ehool ye&r the will be ruade to enllat 10.000 butlnc IlUpport..en t.hrouch lIlost papula.r and ta.ectnatlna" . booIr.. 01) in the P. L. C. I>evelopment UI

M.arch 6th

Those lnten!st.ed in Japaneee clr&m-

aUc art wUl welcome the appe&r&DOe March 12th of The onp....... Japaneae Playen. They w1l1 produce '"The Fox Wcm.an..• mysteTy play of the East and IIODp and dances of thl!' Cherry Blouom Land

eampa1cn ...., launcbed .. N_ Already

This

Ity eoo,rep.Uon at PaltiaDd, ber 23. wlth neuly a ODe cent !"'eSJ)OO8e• .00 at thiS &l'e nearly 200 na.mes on the ilhtp roll

there any dumbella In the room:' asked. --If there are. let paUBe. Nobody

" But

_ you ataDd alone."' An easy way

your ears

to

ret the

after enjoy1nfj:

I hate to

butter out rom

Qf

on the

cob. b to eat watermelon for deasert.

P'reabmen

I

are

areen.

sen1o� are ,",y; JUllt areen IP""UB Turn'" In'" ...,.

Dumb Boph (betni oomtortably _t­ ed In a tbeatl!'r. loot1n&" up toward the screen ) : "QoIh. I think I-ve ..een th1a

Same Day Servite

All orders left b)1 10

L

Loaa May U Wan I.J.za'a lOt a pum-nent wave.

L· · Peder.en ...... ... """"'" IO'J" Pacina An. IOUth of Bus

I�=======� JUllt

S

doon

Station

Brookdale Grocery Co. Ol"OOl!rtH. P'lour. HillY.

Oratn, Feed.

8hOl!lll. Rubber P'oot..-ear. Dnlp. HardW&f'l!. PJurnbtnc 8uppJlea

Pa1llf,ll.

Mad. 10'1J4

RoorlOi:.

PHONES

Mad. li3R3

Parkland . Waah

IF===� GROCERY CO. Phone wid. 3818R5 Parkland

�=========:: r

Q.alKy aDd. 8enIce

Our Bu.ineu To Serve and Serve Effieiently

Ita

Thatl why we

are

here, for your

convenienoe and we

feel free to

want you to

tac1lltlea In every and IJl.Y manner. We dem­ lop print JOur kodak ,fllma.

and

UM our

Parkland Mereanttle Co.

m.

ready same day at 6 p. m.

Slide Maltl., AU Work Guaranteed

�juo70I�U'��C«t.; Inc Millwork and Cabinet Shop SappUea WASHINGTON HARDWARE CO. SpoUlin;g Athletic GootL.

BINYON OPTICAL CO. Phone �....y lUI m _....

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Unique Record of Placing Graduates Continued in

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Taylor, 8 Former Teacher of P. L. c., 'Will Have Charge of .be lJe. ginners' Counes


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:'\'"('xl Wl'dnl'sdo,", October 31, will be H ollow�> 'l' n, or All \p"ave II}'mptoms. auch all h1a:h tem ­ lows En.', as it wus first cHlll'd. This day, which I� perhaps '.1-lUre perature and aeeelerat.ed yulae. lpar_ widel" cell'hrated in our land than Ilny other dllY. not a natIOnal . Ueu1&rly amona: the ooya) have dIa­ holiday, docs nol lIlake us think uf doing R{)()(I ,thmg� but .rather .ptil(' contrary. \\'(' are prone 10 couple HalJowe en wltIl evli, �Ild l1-Oltla of the Pep Club have . uftell riRhtly so, for things ure upt.to be j.Ierf� rmed on thiS (lCC�SlOn refUl&r meeUnp and deelde to m&ke ) hy persOIlS who would ne'·er Hunk of domp: them other, Illnes. candy to sell at the footb&ll pml!. \\'h\" not, fur a l'hunge, try 10 do a� much �uod as we 1:.0.11 Oil Oetober l8:--BJl1ff I SruttT Is that fudJe Haliuwe'cn! By maintaining u kindly altilud(' � o�'ard e�cry �m' I s.me1l1 JI'ort,-nine noaes found thelt ('\,('ry one we shall still 1.1(' in kf.'t'ping w�th the � lr1t of thl� fesll\'e ......y to the F'UdJ"e K.1t.ehen ILDd betr­ P o('casiOIl. "'hv not, lil('refoN'. makt, It I) poml to r�fralll from red -tor .. umple. Porty-nlne Ilosel Illl'llicious mi�hief alld insteud help somrone along With pleasanl tound thelt way out &gain. words, and kind d('Cds? Afte" �I, .. 'Tis the so�p:s you sin", an 19-hlOIt exciun, pme of thl! !! th(' smile you wear, that' s Illakmp: th{' !\un s�me (' verywhere. Remember that !&at quar­ seuon! . .\lId the truth of Ihis saying holds �ood. a·t aU III1Iell., ('ven durtnM ter? Whee! our bo}'lII showed :;peed Hallowe'en.-I. D. whell the, 1IV&rlIled up. and ho..-I

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Ask Ih(' lust'rs whv Ihe\' lost: Ask the willllers- ho,,; they WOIl. Ask th{' hight's! if the�" \'t� crossed . All their- vaileys in the sun ! 1 Ask your :Suul what Is your goal, of the ,tudea lure an!' br1a:ht, And race for the task you haven't done. � sort ot dUJllb : Students of Pacific-Lutheran college ! The aim in the present of them are Jut bout rtaht subscription ('ontest is 10 ha"e the :\Iorring Mast retleh more they're taken all In .. .um . . t a 3. I )P )(!( �i t �h:"t:gi. !��r;·Of this year our school entered a SOmI! are u purly u movie atars. The creation of an endowment-fund, the increase of .. he The demerit syat.em WIl.3 very much In ..nd Ihe many new projects under way are all evidences of a l!v1denee at thll Ume aWllke. active, progressive life. . . . Old and new �tudenls ! Lei us keep up the spin! of devohon Thl! Mooring Mast Offered a prue for Ill ubsert und un8elfish service shown our school by its fo�mer students and the sreat.eat nUJnber gf S ptlO . le ",raduates. ThOS(' of us who graduale next sprm� hav� here tI sent In from lLDy Luther League.. very lasl opporlunity lo·raise the "Mast" of our ship while w{' shH

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� . .lecuonl : Itup:De (at a I$IdeDt-bOi11 Wbo'dya "fO(e for Dann' Da-.1d: ub, I didn't WMt to � � how fierce 1 e.n yell. Ju. Ual 10 I YO&ed ooee for each OM. ....ya, "�Uee .mam perftct." It "' :lOt fo.- nolh1Da" that I No. Mr. t..noo 1In't &bIe1l!-m.J.nded; used to keep the family ....-ate aDd ne!ther 11 then a KlnWla of truth to made the hlred men quit In earl, chlld- the rumor that upon retUl1l1n&" from hood. It you c:ould have heard me at lunch OD� day he lOoted at the card the pme the Oladiator·. played with 00 his otrlee and, .eeill l that. It would I Bellarm..tne. you would of been well re- I not be open un.W OIle o·clock. sat down wal"ded A man ,r...ndlna: In front of to walt t� bJ.m.eU. .

r wrote .. poem about eoUeae far. lish tod..y. WI han ..-rote pro.e � but now tht prof. lVUlta me ..-ene. whlch II not c1UfleuJt tor whlch II poeUe Uke me. Tnere 11 wt'nIeI to thla poem.. I. P. L. c. 11 .. �ty flnl! plate FOUll YEAIlS AGO AT P. L C. For .Ulem that hal came to learn. The hloortna Mut made U. f1nt bow They Join In the yella and the football before thl! read1nc pubUe. cba3e thl!, aIn·t ,0(. 110 money to burn.

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P. J. F.

TWO KINDS OF CRITICISM

There are two kinds of criticism. destructh'e and constructive. An\" individual with a whit of intelligence can .break down . � ' �at oth'ers ha'·e built up, but. it takes super intelhgence 10 cr�tJclzt l·onstructh·ely . Destrudive criticism should be entirely f�relgn to His aim should be to help to boost. and Improve Il college student. rather U!an to destroy, disable, lind pull down.

CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

South Puget Sound Circuit meets in Trinity Church Oct. 2"'-1, 24,25. Lono of Tacoma. Opening St>rmon preached by Rev. Topic introduced by Rev_ O. L. Haavlk of Seattlt;v Communion conducled by Rev. Thea. Hokenstad, Oct. 27-10 A. M. Saturday school and confirmation cJa85�' 11 A. M. Children's Chqrus. Oct. 28-10 A. M. Sunday School and Bible ClaSs. 11 A. M. Divine Service. Oct 31-2 P. M. Ladies Aid.

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':Jarkland 'Cubs' and Lio�' C. P4 S. Reser.vea and Glad. tlIe Flul Litter �Ieel 0,.0 Game iaton Featured. Tie the a Bellarmine CoUege SpeetaUllar Plays Thrili eft!' cr1d1rocJ Crowd playtna dOWDed the --

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..thin one ,yard of IIOCIrinI diaTbe moral and ",hun, .plrtt that tanoe. In the fourth quaAm' t.belr tbelr aecond. threAt of IIOCIrinI came in the laat � I'OeI wilob • rllhtinl t.eaal ...., e e two bklcked m&.tnI Prtda:r The.... bo1I lacked w mlnut ThroU;rb play of ttneat ::: ��:o=� r� == in ... flnaJ canto the pme ... � =:::a: . .:..un:::::;. I...t Prlclay Oladlators Dut-we1&'bed the t1"Om LbI! bo)oa. coma be,.. in the Une but they ....ere ::::::::::::::::::==:::� Capt. CUllan, educated toe ... not ';;; about even I.n lhe b&ek!leld The town r. utU&I h1a boota t up to i boY' ...ere cona1derably ",hter than MaID .10 Iut }e&J" Owtna' to the llIhtnea 0( their opponeDbI Ule Parkla.ndltes quarter bo� ma.rehed t.hrou&h Ule Une tlme and &pin for larte plDa, the lDvaden opt'ninr hoi.,. bla enouch lor a beD to 10 through. The Lutherans mac1e their usual form. bo,.. tll.1ce tile )'Ud..ace, and their number of !������! ieveral chanoee of Il'tuna: the flMlt downs rreater. Although the ArnIe talilna short aeven..l Ol,dlators marched d.o... the field for & e ran quarterbaet:. did lOme rut, scorlni all three touchdowna. of _" Arnie and Lyell dcin't have a Luthe lonr p.lru, they seemed to lact the beauUlul kklnna: and m.an&I!d to �_ wbleb two reaulled from forward passoee of rn1.sa1na: thelr men. but PTtd.a '8 fumbled a of the one one and necessary punch to p� thf' plrslt1n fine the recovery rnl e "ed shoW they are human. play to d. fl ¥. Y Importen of Norwegian aCnl5l! their opponenu' goaJ line. One ot bLs lOcb from beh.l nd bLs own lOct. Jaeobeen'S tries for point faUec1 Steld.el, the plungtna: halfbact the 8'01'1 line splr&lled lhrough the air tOT Late the third quarter the RtJlapllt- "Ben" Palo �Uy proved Cod Liver Oil t t a �1:;1I��0�k71�dt:':��n� �: .: I ; ���u� �: :l� :� I:: ;: :'::'::�U:!: ::f�:::= p:t��� ��t�n:I:� =�n.!:d:=r line. five-yard the on l conr the onlY one maldnr any ya dage I half the Reserves ope nlld UP with a be.l 'IJu'ee broke through ume and agatn to Tacoma, WUh. l�::�:: l1�e-Good i =�O\�I -:d��t�l,:��y� =ve AI1���:: �t ::ae ::�;: :t=�:� i�°cl:'en� � per DdlyttJ su and or point WI.!! ceeaatu.l f� d"''''''' '''Y . Ih'� t� t:h� try t the Lutherans. played I line. The Oladlaton held the ret plays uihlblted by 'Knutzlen game, evading the BeLlarmlDe , serves In their tlrst two attempl$, but I Br1.lIlan Colby and backfield. the in Nyman ������ play the v1aitora pU4hrd tom. Jaeobeen, and Llahemeu in thl! tactlers t!.me and apJn tor large K'&ins' 'on Palo. s.howl!d up well, be1na the blr I the ball acroea Just the whaUe Une caUSoed the opponenl$ lOll! of OU B NEW ..ALL WOOLENS ARE nBE spark In the Pacific's defens1ve_ B. I sounded. ehdln&: the tint halt, b d Jacobsen, the lant:y taclde. caused con- I haH opened W1th ?acUte =�: =t� -r: � ;;::'::u : slde.rable trouble them. The beet in the opponenu. plating much better b&lI. The forward Corne th attlied Ored Jacobsoen the right bulJd. tor a r defence annihilated. many pia,.. be- h1 tth e � �enln "":t�:u: ::::e � tackle at , fut I fo� they started and thell' offen- II :Bellan p�vtous atte:� clip Jack Llaherneu, a new 1IUUl ...., . llive pLaytna: w.... very much better.! return on the Is alated 1"'U later in the ���� '50.10 .65 � (ftven a chance to ... b1a abWty. the Lutheran UtUe I Th1II Ult wtU �- pI� at thl' Ina: in u IJUard the second hall Jact back, rave the CClwd fleeUooted I�t wu one of the ouu!.&nd1na: Une men, of the came when he �l'Qepted a Ll.neoln bo...l. u...... _)'IRA' Krapp), came. �t1na: 'every and. ra.oed II1J:ty yards throUlh a The sta.rUna' Un,up: 112 80, 10th � ThOlStelllOn, mlnuc.es. broken field for .. touebdo1rD.. The haltll; Nyman. quarter; Quale, The 01ad1atoTl chose to lOck., the play, however, WM callecl baCk by the Hoff, plerud ends ' Coltum llDd Oo full. Uons �turn1nl the ball to their �feree. Thill 1It1JTed up the Ol&dLJabef\l_, tackI� ; Plot� yard line. On a of Une bucb laton t1lhUng splrlt and. a moment anti Kllpand. pen ruarc1II . "Ju.e� Jaoob3en Ina , th�y they falled to m.at:e ,' any yan1- I later Coltum. star end rec:elved a p�tty center. " ....Mak! Your lo&t the ball on downs. It ae PaIlS from PaJo anet forty yard..Il 8ubst1tut1ona: KnuUeo tor Quale ball. On the tlrat play Carl- for' a touchdown. Ghristmas OI&d1a The ton' , Berentaen fOT Flott, Er1ck11on for OOP� son made llix )'anU tne end.. On ,I PUlI1nr attact netted some neat Yard - lerud, Fadn_ tor Berenteen. e W P ed o h th t Garb ���:: Th� :::,ru:: :�:lr :08� �:e ':: :e� I t'=========� �:k; :� ;a��. u Llon'� recelvrd the ball but fumbled tllratened. Selec;tion and :co ered. a,pln. The two The entire Lutheran I1neup, led by batu , :ut Parkland had the edge on Capta1n played their poatt1ona terr1tory pJned. 1t .. in the lut of in 81'9t Carillon, J"or the style. Brookdale R.Menea, KeJ­ quarter that the Olad1at.oMl showed Ion. their b18' fullback. ... the mOISt their proWe&!I when they held the eons1lltent ITOUDd-;a1Der, alt.houah he un the one-yard 11ne .., alded a caPf,ble m.anner by In the �nd and quarter Park- ... Smith at uart.er and Kovach at halt. PARKLAND Land eontinued galn1ng grouncl but Wa.de La:!cr a t rame at pard for bl ::; :nn; ��rC::rl =�en;' l the vta':ton. � & longest ot the clay, when he st1rted The Uneup; c, p, s. Paclfk the Uon's end. for yards. In the f1na.l period both teaIlU wer"'" Kreidler John80n-� Go. RTL batUlng for yardqe with the Illay about WI_ 726 'P"';Ji< ..Avo. ROL the last part or the quaTter I.J.ahemeaa even. that brought KnuUoen the UOM started a ..M_irt.. �9 LOR Floe them within scorlni distance, Q, p, INUDTSON, Prop. Nyhart LTR the PacJflc's chalk Une, Jaeobeen enlng to comer Car L1ne ¥artln LER but Parldand held, Il'tting the b&lI OD COltum �yard l1ne Just .... the th their Carlson 0 Bm1 r Broeb&tt RJtt, Bandenon "'hiatle ended the pme. ' .,:.:Un.u, t� ':; IOU" ;:;.,...,. �� MBeeA RESG£AUltANG£ == ':' LT ... . . ... Gaudette But.titur.e.: C, p, B,-nbbeta tor Jacobsen ,.•h�'". ' A�nfi Open All Night IloIIQJi Behee! . . . .. LO.. .. oroppenb&cter Jobn8on. lb'lebo tOT Pett1boae, B10de 13th &: Commerce' . TRY OUR ANNEX Knutan . . ...... C._.... ._ _ . ... TUcc1 fOl' Kellol. Wade tor KAct, Kaoe lor Typillg Student. Petl1cb Wade, p, 1.. C,-� for COl.. CroDqu1.st .... ..... ..RO.. ...... .. BT...... .... ... Brown tum. CX'cIDqI.d.A for l...LIbeI'-. Boup 'Special Values)n Rebuilt wet. k&.. . . . . .... _.HaJ.l for WlMe. CoItum fOl' 'I'boIterI8aa. KriecI.Ier ..

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'UJd .. \.bat ...au:: tbI4Itb. aDd to hUn � ,1mOCbU1 !' ... .. �.w. an �. '_tal. UWS � belftp &DC1 haft wri&ln prf'IUef'N. n 11 • �''', prt'lUlp to aM hlI t.eKber q�: idm1larI.J prt'f'Uele \0 CCIIM 10 our 8ariour and all our wuta, pbJIIloal, ....w. . ipb1.� HAat, &lid It. IlW1 be 1OU: ..... &lid ,.. Iball �; knock. aDd 1t. 1ha1.I be opeDId lID.)'OU.N Tb1I to .. "'" "''''_ It .. alii> .ut:b f� the t.h1Dp 0( lbi epUtt.

�tbutetball ",'fWl b,. and it .. our polnt with of the of 'I'IIcoma I.Dd .tudenta atUtuc!e cllIplaJId by lCIIDe and ret out bereaftm t apote .t SOuth liven of mother. of Sta41um t.t T MtICIZ1DJ" b, reWAa Wedneeda, acr1pUoo. d,,, AI ·1 Notes brUU1nc attendJ.na the HOO"fer or 8mUh IboWd YlaIt 001· 1 ··M1te� Jaeot.en :::; ;: W� ot Saturday eftnlna at &n.en spent lbe rtrla· dw:1nC e �. We Appreciate Your �:a:,=: � Bern&M1 �wtck ::: =tCw:: =:fto:m� Patr.nace amona the new ,tudentl enrolled and d�uon on lDdueatton&l Ed "2(1, II at Be� en· WaJ.ter: "�. 801" JOU ordered cot· ppd fn electrtcal oonatrueUon work. th1a _k. Joe 11 enrolled In the Junior 8eat Wort.. wttbout we haven't &D.Y RossO's Garage eou. dep&rtment. wbU. Bem&n:l without m11k . WoUld Madison 107-R·t Monday enmlnl M)'I"OIl Itfe1dler. ""!lIS, now attend1nc mrolled In \be b1VI .chao! depart.meoL do Jutt we1I?"-The Blotter. Or Hoff apmt the _t� at his 8t1XTUd had c..pt&1n and Kra. Roblao n the Unlvenl1tJ' ot Wub1njJton. -&.II rues"- Tbeee frtendl _hb abe met home lo Bothell. ii m; m; m;miiiiiiii i iiH i iiiiii ii .... i Tborall 1. Pedenen ImPtOyemente be� made In In Hawall now ,taUoned at P'of1. Pen1 OOplerud. a fonner IItudent at �HCrlpUon Optical CO. the 00l1ece. 11 emPloyed lo Baum&1l', Ute pl'l!ll1deilt·, oftlce dunna tw absenCj! Lewta. Ma1n '712 to'!' �t Bl<il;. Store lo 8!1ftrtOD. . She 11 also Itudytnr lo CalUoru1&. These lmprovementl In. 807 Pad1lc AYe. dude<! remode11nr and paperlna: ot the Mr N. J. Honr atunded " Bact-to- plano and rtTtna plano le.ona � '=!n....u.a. � Juat , door. aouth of But 8taUon -Schoo! NtPt:' at the Ll..ncoln .K1.h A. J. JorpNOn Roy H.a.naen forced to at Wednesday e�ntna:. OCtober Elmer Knut.n. who w.. a student I�=======d. here now attendini: the his home for • few daYll becaU!le of InBrookdale Grocery Co. recdved dunn&" football pracUoe. Mr and Mn. Andrew Newton from BurUn,ton H1Ch-School Or. returned Tuesday O&kvtlle. Wuh. were recent lUetiC. at I PARKLAND GARAGE �venlI\f from hb speakilli" tour In CaI- the home of O. J. st.uen·1 Amt O�. '28. ..... on the C P B llomla on behaU of the Deve:lopmeflt Mn. Newton -l1'&duate of\ the P.L.A' honor roll lleIr!.eater Orocet1ea, P'Iour. Ib.y, Oral.n. Feed. AaOe1aUon f« the . n�eShON, Rubber . . J. O. ,tad reported a �nthU41NUc re- Mr. O. J. Stuen present at an I John 6tuen. "28. 1a in Brewater. Wash· , Plutnb1nC Suppllea U all wbom he came lnto tony�oe::: ��� ;: �=.' wheft he emplo� plctina ••========= = : :: ;::.,: -ReYet'end UJd am.. Qeorp Lane Ubn.rJ. r PHONES -Lenora Lund. '28. wurkinl" In and MAd. 10'7J4 . 1I1SRJ Wednesday. Oetober 11. Dr. H. K. coma. She plana to enter a tn.i.nI.nI l?I:AUILI\ . 10. Par�. Wa.ah. HOliery Mm. MiUea Helen Palmer and Karen Benson. 0eI.D of the Chem.1atT)' Depart- dUll tn one of the seattle hospltala lo I. Bedl l1aited PtcISe llarfty SuDday. ment at the Un1ftnity of W�n. January. -I..illlan Andenon. Lelah Ona. Cora ¥lI:Ited .cboot. He "\11"&1 eapedally VUlt&. Elna Trul8on. � Bo1atad. lnt.eftl8ted In the new eheln1atr1 labora- Hubert Hoff. of Bell1neham..• former student of both P. L. A. and COlutnbla Apes Ollon.. Eleanor LotU\ua.. and £1- "tcrJ. . brother of Ra..YJDOnd Hotf, 't'1ra Hotenata4 all tbe weeIr;-eru1 at t.belr homea. Yr. RaDultad att.mded a lunebeQQ -n.1t.ed the . coil. Iut We.me.d&)'. GARRY LANE Mar-pret Jac:ot.on far Color.do ,,"toen by the een' ClUb , tbe Thunday nen1n&. bec::au.e of the 1IIer- Cbatnber of . Wednelday Mlcbael Hannua. '1'7. 11 nnt mat.!! on Student RepnaenlaUve ()etober 1'7. Dr, H. It. BenICXI the 8. 8. Pnlddent Taft. plJ1nl: betoua Ulnea ot her mot.ber, We an all «IITJ" to part with BDoolde from the U. ot W. .... tne prtndPaJ twen 8&n Ptandsco and Ortent&!. . He1md&bl, who·bad iee.ve acbool be- iJ)eU.er. r of 1llDNa. We hope !lee hn f��� Ita Our Bu.lnea To Serve � � � blW:t In . � � � The oener.l P't reptOO flni� I tii Mane 0a.rdUn hal been c:ontl.ned. to l"Ul� AL1BI'!!El.J. EquIpment ������ji��� and Serve Effldently Dr. R. A. Hedberg � daY n:f :e: J. F. ViselJ Company � := .,....... Tba� wb1 we are bere. for )'OW" Phon Ave. �� �� ;�� :s "'-5 PldeUty Dldi. t.h1rd noor apJ.n. We bope that he hal c:onven!enoe and we want l t &nd wtll stay • fK111Ue1 In We lnriM � .r ::thO:: r�a"::�� ua " every and an, man.tler. We ­ . 8entee aDII Prioe. Ebot M1c:beaon and Eu.m1natum without eharte lop and prtn, toc1at fllml. that variety the 5pk.e DAHL G OCERY CO. BINYON OPTICAL (,0. of We. Parkland Mercantile Co. at

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Oeorp Lane, our pollUclan. haa Ti l E :\\:\II:\ChE SCHOLASTIC TROPHY (TI' '\ e r y e t ne . . of III{' qllllrlt'r e X!l ll inu t i ull s i-n u ft'w We ho.d :::: : : :=� ::: r:.:'7 .: dieted that If AI Bmlth II elected pre81· a wonderfUl Ume." " . I. I I tIil' i)("lo(lllIun/o! I e dent, every banlr. In the country will OCtober 31-Oooo ! Hallo"'e'en ! The &.tell. .luys, IIltl n.:Y uf us. pcrhups 1111· - .ore ('ollll1l\'Il('ill/o! 10 !llkt' �Io('k of goblln:! out! 1 spite of or cr.mpU3ed In vacaUon. You we be clc.ed four months from the day he 1 "ur�'h'I'lI l1l Ihe hlo(hl uf how mu c h st ud y i ll� Wt' huyt, dont' durin� can send quite a bit of money. II not luCh • .-.dlcr.l th(' pu�t nint' w('t'ks Th o ugh tht'rt, muy II{' II h'w w i th thllt St , am 11'1104 I am broke In to COll� taokee orne«! (ThU I : :�v:�� � ea::u.s �:� � ('ur(' und sn t i sfit'd f{'din/o!, most or us, doubt, wish Wt' hud �I:;�eth� when ..e remem, u It ltatement pera doe. t t y Ume. upset I lure h.ts a.nd fr1l1'htful than they b burnt>(1 II1nr�' of the midnig-ht oil. 111lt1. liS llSllUI, �ICrt' w i l l iw more !!Ott when you nnt II'(!t here. You can·t ber tbat Independence D&J' JUllt thoSt, who wllI try tn pu t til{' work of nn l' nt i n.' qllllrlt-r ill�lJ fl'" however. lor none appeared. l It ne ow m 1 f you -t bo unless Ma. l. ee h a ut hat Ume. November I-Mr. Dde gaves lIlUlltn.t.e<I I atri nights of Ycr l. sh crtlmllllllg. w n r w e t RC'solutions for Iwtt{'r sttl(h"in� will unduubtt'IIl\" 1)1,' 11111111' un' �":�:=!Oo��·p� �;ve� :� :: �� �:re �y ;:I;::====;: 1'1I 1)('('iul,ly appropri a te at this hilll' silln' tht' UllllOlJl\Cl'IlWtlt of tht, : It', a d.1rterent SChool hou.se. Of be�n we conclude that the", XM,4S C,4RDS :\lahllckC' �'hoillsti(' Troph�' Cup . To hu\"!' 1111(" S Iltllm' ('n�rtl\"{'(1 taking rune weep' tetlin(. but what I mean 1a, a fellow thing!! worse upon such a cup is surdy to 1)(' ('unsidel'l'd Si llM ulil r hmmr, lind a ut to do with the run- ! mu bo One vut dHference we note. d! Laryst 8eIedJo.. ta CIt.J' tho;>" I h n;t· s tude n t s who al"ctlmplis!1 this may. ht, juslly proud of their a{'hle."('nHnts, nle�' wil l l'I'ljuy Ihe S:ll l ls fllt'l ion (If huyiliK :.�= :::ou 1LlId ,1 d.1d In the I Make J'OUI" cholce DOW while :7�'ot '::c.m� :: '. A w at Ih('\' S('t nut t.o do, bul th(' n'st of It.ock II complete Sil(,(,t't'd('d dom will :��: =t3�: b h You can .end the mone,. the I "'e want to. hu\"(' th{' suti sfud ill ll Itf hU\"IIl/o! Iri('d, III 1(,IIsi. Of lIut !III November is that taU (ellow day ... you II'(!:t th1J letter U you want whll I �y can win, fur tht'n ("unlt'sls wuuld nut he i nl(' r<'St i n g but w(' nl lMht n.'mt'ml)("r tilt' saying. "Pit\" Ill(' mun who htHI 11(" " 1' with the mUllta.che? Oh 1 ltnow h.tm; too the hall known defeat; he has Ilt'\"t'r striwn for lUlyl h i llg worth whi lt, nllr but who is that UtUe 8p&n1&h lady? The lrirl that • ketn,loolr:1nlf from me tlU a very \plorant Idea of t!'it'd with all hi� ", iAhl." Tn put our hest inlt) uur ScI:hlHJI wu rk Doesn't girl? Yes, and doesn't Bud look m� and to stud�' with all uur m igh t ill l't'rtainly worth while. for SUdl .Uke a negro l.JtUe Black 8&mbo on effort \\'11I. 8I\\'ays be r{'wanlNI, �)Ut a Illult'rilll I'(' wu rd n'�ultinl-l . ulways makes !tullAs nHJI'l' inlt·rt'stin/ol.- 1. A. D. �11? These qUNUOIl.!l and many from compehhon more wen d.1.scussed at the HalIOft'en I

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ne Home of �t. Salt. ben ot the D&uahten of the Re(orma, Uon hen. tut TueJday. OCtober 30. Il She B&1 t the (p'Oup at PacltI.c Lu_ P. J., C. �Iud{'nts are uni('111 ut'iie\'{'rs in the eloquc llt·C' of silence. 912 Pac. Ave Tacoma, WISh. theran � � wall the only orpntaAlmost IIny question is likely to unJUSt' contru\'cr!iy. Wh\. lion to Bend I(reetmp to the OnftD.- !:::=====::! C f 'r U then tilt' sil('Jl('e ? Is indiffl,rt'lIc(' t he ('ouse? If su, i ndif f 're ll'(' spon ta n('ol l re spo nse, P. J. F. �:! .. !.be

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It is not hard to see the dark side of the daily life; in fact it is often too easy, The sunset of life-when one has reached the end of the long trail-will it be beautiful and glowing, or will it be covered by dark and lowering clouds? the life am leading will be the best , I often wonder whether 10 the future whether am allowing any opportunities to slip by that might add a bit of color to the sunset of my life.· Lhope not. . I like to believe that the sunset of life-a Christian life-will be r just as glorio)WJ 88 that produced by the glorious sun in our western .

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tbe PedenUcc Bollf. IWlI b,. the t!Dt1re poup: • p1saw the sun drop oul of iighl a.no solo bJ' Con. vtJta; &Dd\'AUtwnn," And so I alway look see, a vocal 11010 by EI:'f'1rI aoten.tad .cAnd fin the sky with colors bright, oomp&n1ed by con. VIR&. The sunset glow for me ." loe-eream ban pl"O'f'ed to be • deSuch is a verse ( overheard a gro'up of primary children sing' I.1e:bUul form 01 refreshment&.

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Second Defeat of Season SutJered

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LINCOLN .MIDDIES REVENGE DEFEAT BY 19 TO 0 VIc:IToRY

By College Team The LlDooln mati In� CJb.. Gladialo� Seconds and St8.dium Intermediates Have Slow ta1DecI � (or their � a.Puget Sound Win With feat Game; Played. Oct. 25 by 'W1nn1De: the .eoood 00EIte.t 29 to 6 Score; BoU. Tame Make Several Fumblet =- .o�� �'Prld&y .� �'t1DI ort to • I10w IIDd DUrin. the Game t ert'Of 10 arran.stnI pm. lnf alUQl.lb tootb&ll Due to .

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The Pac1f1e LuUleTan 00Uep Olad- boI.b the Vantty and the ReIenw were pule. the Oladlator ReIerTe8 bad laton autfered their .econd defeat of fOf'<led to pla.J OIl the aa.me att.emooo. CODteDt UlemIel'fel wtth • 0-0 the _hen tbey k:.t to the Col- ec.cb RaDatad toot. f:"ery man that ap1Dat the 8tMUum EDah Bchool lege Puet't Sound � tut Pri- he tboucbt �ht be ava11ab1e (01' duty tenneclLateIJ. TbunC&,., Oct. 25, day. NO'\', 2, to 1M of -.......e The to- the Va.ntt,. came and )eft the Re- home nekl. prrie ,... played the C. P. 8. t1eJ4 � with • t.dly m1ud Uneup, In Both teaIM battled on The � pl"ClTed t.bemaJ.'feI • iplte of th1a fact.. the boyI put yP thro�bout the rame. w1.th much nronrer team than the that rood ,.me aDd wtth the uceptloa of • � showtDc • aUcht edce be.tUf'd the Ola4laton two weeb &10. couple of 1001 pu-. wh.1eb rMI11tec1 ta the other. The play oontlDed TM Lutheran. were not plaJ1nr up to �owns, they held the lJnccalDJt.- Iy to mld-neld.. When either team their belt. and the breaD 8eemed to be ! .-ell 1n chee.L resorted to. with In danpr, puntln( 'noe IIp.lhllt them. 8eve:rai time. lObI' St.4lum ba'f'lnl the marpn In the P. L. C. Unc::oID inl duel. several Unlet: dUJ"lnf that prombed to become • toucb. LER It� pme the Oladtators' sec::ondar)' do.. splrtJe'd � the to the Ooplerud Plou "'sIUn, LTR wooeu tense weakened, and Nyman,. ot aocne Lutheran layer, Be LOR ren� onl)' to aI.1p out ot h.LII hand.a. p Raymond. dlminuUn[! quarter1:Jaet, C klck hWT1edly. ,ett1n( oft short Rllht sner the wh1aUe started the ) Hanlon ROL Althoua-h the Oladtators pJ.ned t .. ·o on their way the Reserves Oow yan1age on their paaes. the, !"1!"C1I'lved the ball n:�umed It Klippenn = 0;0 = �ted on the number ot yards conll yards. �m tht>n on U).e :� Q v Sanderson �:7 ���: b:: ��t ����h�:rw= :e I��a:p: � =� Quale LHR Van Beavera than did their opponenta. Thcolr steady mareh pve them th� Toth Sandenollll Gatn. Gro_d downs brintPni them down to ��==�ons-: L. Pukland s 1.5-yard llne It looked Uke EI.1J.ngJIon "'I�d-pln" sure touchdown but the Ol.ad.latora Plll1td themselves �ther to stop the nen.. s great nampede on their own ll·y.rn. llne !.n& the Luthet1UlS line tor no.... Pu:1tIc's ball On the tint ' Smllh, h.LII team mate. play Parkland fa1.led (&l.n. Carlson ""'"' wo Ihen dedded .to pWH. klc.k1n1 the oval Scheel the rtant (U&td tor the outaandl.na performer C P S.-s .:I.yard. llne. C P B. aaatn started a drtve down j Une. Ttme and ume IIC&1n. the tleld. brt� the to her we- through. u.s.in, favorite my's 22-yard Une. On the next I tac.k..le. brlnelnl the b&Il earner pla)'s the Reserves Called to make I to SCbeel pla� wnob o �:theOq:':= =� :::� =�P����fT�::ol�'n�-'::;;; I 'u""", pIa)" when he sent the pipk1.n t.hroudl loomed up bla a detmt.lve t eld t ��:r ��=�:: :� �e��e � �;: �::;'; penetrate their opponent·s line tor of Knutzen. aet., bfI .urel, DuIJ .. I '�-m. t1l.'0 touehdoWlUl, mat1na' the 15-() down. the end ot the tlrat h&lt The C. P. � out the S. eleven tud the m&rJ1n throllihout Ole PIce and. Rudy the flnt hall 1n pracUC&lly every de- be1ni I&Id up wtth i.Qjurtea. they can be nuned. up for partment of the pme pme rem&1Da a qUfllUon. U Lathera. RaJ.ly The second haU saw a d.1ttennt team same l1neup will on the field. The Lutherana then came �t BtadJum NOY"eI:Dber t, aD

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MBeeA. TRY OUR ANNEX

Call Mr.' �

RBSGfAURANcr

Open All

Night

13th &:

Commerec

ParklaDd CoofectioDery & Barber Shop o. p, iroMDTBoN, Prop..--()omer car LlDe .

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A croup of dormitory lJ\ulleDt.I attended a Hallowe en p&r\7 Batunta:r. TbelOct.ober 71 at the home of __

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Dr and MR. Ro!t motored to Stanwood Sunday. OCtobeT 28. Dr. Hoff d�livered a talk to the Luther �e of the church at Stanwood.

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Carl And�1'!IOIl vWt.f!d the federal prisOn on McN�tJ laland Sunday the of ()ct.ober

18th

<;.hurch Council nieets with Gerhard 'Ha�ke: . . . Nov. P. M. Nv 1\ M M M Graded da dasa M Dr .IKt tin. no,lee1ad .IKt I.belr RaIrYtaCl• .,.Ule

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)In. B. Ta,.lor baa been wekomed t.ek to our III.1dat .here &he bY cha.I"Ie of the Short coune Cl&aIee and Owtecl 8tateli HlItory

our debton. day room. Rena 8trandbel'l. baa beeD I1ve "And lead u. DOt lnto t.emptaUon. a ncUm to a chlldl4b d1.M:Ne-mumpe.. but deliver evU: UI f '" th1nc: a bt be ezpeeted of Such a the --b of a IOpbomore! the lt1ncdom. and t.be po_r. flnt year Itudent.---ut &lory. forever, Amen. Naughty Rena. "For U ye tOrFve men �Ir b'ft__ your heavenly P'ather Mae Keith. ...ho had been abeent pa.Mee. forgive you. �turn ..-ee u . ed from aehaol for four "Po:- U ye fOTSive not men thelr lut Thunday. Not·. 1. A glad "R&h! your father forrah'" gn-eted h�urn.

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Pot'\I.b1De �

Wn. 'nnItestad and

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th� ParklaDd del�t.es to the WomeD', l41aa1onar}' of the South Pu· ret Sound C1n:u1t held In R.n. EdwardI' church In Tacoma on Wednellday. October 31 -8unda,., October •. Mr. and Mra. bin

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The music lnIitructon of Pac1flc Lu-I celved ln the mall. Aahe unwrapped It, theran College. M1as lillian Lund. - PI- · =t �: le: :n: I :: �:�� :r: �:��v u . r Y1�w a c1p.r wrapped In rlbbeD. and complimentary coneen in th� 1fYtW1&5read the note that accompanled It. rt lum .

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Phon� Ma1n 14&4

Dr. Archie- G.

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Phone"Main 4400 suln.., � otber pI&Doa, buO�Art � PIaDoI. V1ctraIu aDd,

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DAHL GROCERY CO. Oeaeral Merc.baDd"

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0he Parkland oCight &: 'Water Co. A Mutual Company

Co.

BINYON OPTICAL CO. no Broadway

Phone BfC*dway loU!

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You a� invited to consult U8 about youI' banking probleDl8. l--8dOViaRtio ioun TheC0Pu mg""' et. rcSo 8.'-nT aI".\t k N mm ��

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Members Only cu. n. water P ic Lutheran low .1 60c ..t " . ', , -."

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KARL A. ANDERSON ' OaAYU. ROOFING. IIUBIUJI J'1J&HolCU 813 ST .. HELEN8 AVE. TAOOMA. TAa.

WASH.

Pacific Lutheran CoUege ..... JUNIOR COLLEGE NORMAL

ORGAMZED 1.14

Furnishes Water. Light ower 'tQ RATES Water. minimum 60c Pr. Mo:.incl�ng 100 \V te fatniahed to .College �1 cublt: f

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A.enue Tacoma, Waah.

807 PacUIc

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S".,JdiRg Athktic Go�

304 Rool Bldg.

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WASHINGTON HARDWARE CO.

TACOIIA

Tobaccos, Ciprs and Pape-rs Post Card&, Ginger Ale and Novelt ea

Candle&, Maguinea.

ThaLl _b,. .e are here. for your oonVenleDce and we want you to feel free to use our t&dULles In ever)' and any m&IlDeT. We devel· lop and prtnt your lI:odLk fltm..

R. A. Hedberg

Millwork and Cabinet Shop Supplies

1124 PacIlIc Ave.

Telephone Wal.n 11118

Ita Oar Basinea To Se,ve and Sen.. Effic::ienti1

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We Appreciate Your Patronqe Rosso'.s Garage

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o n -----. �ut :n laa �t� �ev� Good luck... Ma-! !liven If we are UDw1llln( to fOlTl'fe"our 40'1 Ru.lt Blcta Phooe M:aIn 712 nelv.hbor? The flfth peUt1cID--J'And Mn. M. A. CbrU;tenaon. prealdent of bel. and loti! of It. O-.es __ fOrF'fe UI our debt.l. u we forgtve our W. )4, F" "'U a aehaol vWtor on MOIlA. day and Tuesday_ Tacoma ! Do you !mow ...hat It means no,,!,? debton,"-lt the only one wb1ch It DOt -a God'l only and oo almple,peUUoo. ! M ryad Swen " not Oree.. Dor u; It On Tuesda,.. OCtober 30. Mrs. M. Saw.b1t.-lt u; merely the o.yroom <lren can pray IL An unfQr1jYeD a1D It Chr1IItensen. d1atrtct president of t.be Newa. really the .auree 01' all our troubles, It ---WonteD's la41M.IOIl&l1' P'ed�raUoD. IipaU &ep&ratel us from God. aDd etemit)'. al the Chapel ezerct.es. and U - caD net pray uu. fUth peC. L F. AT O A FOUR YE..ut8 O AU. aep.lr UUon we can not hope lor et.ernal We. At chapel exere13ee, November 10.1 .,... on. aDd A-ne. O ,� Burton Kre1dler w awarded the .tatel We &re )o1nt belR wtth hrUt far eYerlut1n( ute, but we Ihall DOt be' len J. C. Pet.enon rue tor h1a eaaay enUtled " Dope Ad. peace by the tempter. -:'CUOD " aubm1tted In the e:aaay contest Jesus ChrUt loved Ill., Jet US lOve our , At one of the regular nudent body held b� th� Women . ChNUan Tern' nelahbora and fOTSive. I meet1n�, the pre.1denl. o � K::'ve� �e :tU:ee�en:�

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oel. 10, free a � trip to 0tJI· U:r RaIUtad pre&ehed the Refonnafomta where he � a th:.ree-wek e uon ' Sermon In the Tr1n1l1 church. apeU:lnf .ebedule tor the predclent in stiDdiy nenlnC. ()(:t.ober .. JanUU')'. The � wU1 be In t.be __ Intel'elt of the De?elopmeot O&mpatcn The Youna t..c1Ie.' Oulld met at the which wiU be earned. into many can· � 01 Mr. aDIJ II(ra. �. Tuesfornla eoncreP� day even1nc. ()d.ot:IItr 10.

��wed�: :. rom

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Itrehller oetober 2'J D1eee. HeleD 'nnIleitad, were ru-ta of � IolJ'hnI a, her bome In a-we &Dd bel' uter. lira. PQwler 01' Taoom&. • the week-eod, 0Ct.0beI' 1'rP" motored to Beattie wbeN they IPh1t

All nabt. all )'OU tmcht �un and "But .beD ye pray. u.e DOt n.I.n roePeen Harrey spent the w-eeII:-eDd a, None Ih&rb. It., up to you to n,urt' peUuora. u th� beath� do : for the,. th1nt that they abaIJ be � f(ll" ElIentbW'l .. the I(U4!IIt at ao..a Pal- lhb ant out. ,.. their much �' . mer. __ -"Be not ye therefore like UDto them: reckl� The IOpha bepn to ret In Eleanor Lcfthus w.. the CUe.t of their acuow In the dayroom, iIo the tor your P'ather !moweth what ye bave honor at a blrtbda,. pan,. "�n b,. Ai- haUihty freahles have bad to eh&IItl!Ie need of befOft ye aaII: hlm. "Alter .uu. manIW" therefore Pr&Jt nUl OIaoD. Nedra Dub1f1t, and HeleD them. yeo Our P'atber which art In Heaven. 'I'fnce"tad 'I'Ue!Ida,. �. 0Ct00er __ 30. ' 'Iby wUl be '7= f�� ::!. ou��:���e done In earth. u It � In beal'fll. Mr. Victor E1vestrorn returned Tue.- let. were on the war-path "Olve UI uu. day our dally �: day e.-eninc from an eztended trip "And fOrFve Uli our debta. .. we forCaUfonua on �ha11 ot the "Develop. one of the revered lI'Iemben 01 the lI'Ietlt AAoc1aUoD."

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!'! ··And .beQ tbou � t.bou Malt . . Rounds.. DOl be .. the b.Jpoc:rilo(l8 .,..: for tbe7 State 8chooI. Inapector. 7. 7:30 P. M. Mid'-week. Devotional Hour. H� made • ,urvey fOf the purpow of lo� to pra,. ttaod.1nI; in the � Nov . 8. '7:45 Choir Rehearsal sat�rday School and ConflrmDhon UQ�� det.ennln1nr the offld&l ,tatUi of this .uld In the oomen 01 the st.r� Ul.at o . to. 10:00 braDch.. Aner � JlOt.e or the var- th�,. m.,. be .e-en at men VerUy I ...,. Chlldren's ChOIr Reheanul 1 t 00 A_ loua ImpfO ftmeDLI mOl1U'lcaUOIlI! Su n y School A 00 to I I l'\O\ t the,. baft their n:-.rd. be lett. .�\ UD o )'OO. for Adulls that baYe been Il-rof Ph E lIauge. Supt Bible Jy \'eI'Y w.iJ _tlEtted with the work be- I �But thou .beD \.bou � enter Enghsh Serv1(�S 1 1 00 A MODI '" the � of .uu. lnto U\J' c.l0I0I!t, .IKt 1I'ben thou � toe doDe. r.t.CULn NEWS Da � of � l.Jd1a department. shut th,. cSoI;a" pnt.y to

Con VlIta ... the 1rft&-end � Ltl.&h Oraaa at her home in Yelm.,

ma P't-nDe,.

PAItKLAIfI). WA8lllJtOTOlf

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LorthUi' pal'mLl 'I1a1ted bere

WL'\hI.nfton. ()f

��g:,:::r�t�ASSESI::=£:�f.!1 "i,.jk-'- -NCHnca ANNOUNCBiiiii'l'!. P M The <n· LtTt1IBRAN OOu.so&.

PAOIPtC

Short

mGH SClJOOL

(:oune for gelinnen In EJIIIh Io SIa.1ed October. � .

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Doctor Tingelstad [ To Be Installed

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Cememony Will T ke Plare I>ftember •• Prealdent Augaard To Speak

,

Pacific

,I:.u!be'r&ll COlle,e extenda the lnvUaUOfI to all Itt {"emil to be . ent at the .cbooI on IIlIII.&ll.UOll , December 14. AI thla Urne. Ooctol' Ttna-elatad wtil be formally lnatalled M

pniI I:My

N

Doctor

L.

C.

A, condl.lctlna the f

la

� � ep '7ton

coUejlO. and .11 ItA tnendB

u� to

attend. Repre8entatlves from many In­ �

stltutlons. both church school and

Ip

.". p",""",

The number of rtudenta

qo

�t the ... ��

at

Meet

moP elI-

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the Itudenta lows:

havlna

Irnt.rumenta

l aon.

Eliot M chel /lOll ;

Violin

baritone.

Oorotlu

cello.

Fra.nlrlin

Lacy :

nates are

GerharJ Lane. John

pteft will iO

I

ptantat.

The orchestra

numbers which

and Idaho

Cora

II

dI""WDa.:,.Robert i O�n.

Vllta.

pracUc!nt: !leveral

December

I

'

.

Dads Pvth.nd

eJ:ecuU't"e

Mn.

I

�� � H�::: . PaullDe

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i

attend

Prob-

aecr"!'ta:/'y of the 8ervIoe �13on 01 �. and Re't", W. H. HelJeman, v1ce-precdent of 8pot&D8 . Lu

t.her&n

Student

A

choir

Is

wtll, pre-

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P

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00lIeI* ODbftD made

eaee Dr. HOfr'8 Plea On Annistiee Day

choir

': :!�U: .plans .

choir tor

: ::n��:'haa:a�.!c:';;:a=: 'The

chOlJ'

commemoraUnl' AnIdIUCII Day ..

do a

better piece of WOI'k tbab , ruU parenti; ha't"e done. We Ixrid tbat �

hetl\trm

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II the 1ut AnDIRkle Dar to be •

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Betrothal Rf:':lmrted I c:on!ed

and UM' \be DOIIIiDc ...-u-

of p to Mr. Norton. chalrm&n t.be ro- ;::0:I=:C=� o At a l&rp pther1Dc of friend• • au. t I..r'&OD, oommittee. The p".ram WU " i bo they enterta1ned Saturday aJ'temoon, undentllDd1nl we muat. dedIcIUI a ut a mo� deftn1te 'knowledce to a ! oolledate Ideall. :d =un1ty � led by Prolt8lOr OJ' 'I1nielltad accepted the eup and nounoed the betroth&! of the:1r dau,b· 1 home and abroad. WII! muM. _ • Ol&clYa 8-.en1aDd.. OertnJde Aydow and J. O. Edward&. I tba• of � and Elmer Tweeter. PIa&" 5Llute, Scout lAw, and Itunta l upreued hJa cratl.tude for the en· ter, Mra. Valbora Baller, to Re't". BUI'� WUh. nrteT ap1n aball a II'Nd7 r.. c:aK of by the Boy Scout.&, under the d1rec- 1 couracement i1ven by the Mahnc.ke Rumu.en . n a ea1am1tJ' UbI Ulat AGE·OLD PUZZLING_ Uon of Rev. P'. Ttbblt.a.. and the lDt.en.t abcnrn. He AmODi" thOle pre:eent. wb1ct. umbered upon blllD&ltlJ y. nearly tifty. wen: IJe'\'eral or fo1ated upob the World 111 1JI.. DISCUSSED Recttauon, carl O&Uund. I Wo eJ:preued h1I desire tMt the ecbool "We no DOt beUna 111 war," laid UIII the faculty. �_ A i"fOup of SOD,i"I by the boya of may be worthy at all urnes of the The announcement I.e of � In- speaker. ''but tha, � CUI be . Ap-old puaUna tbeme:t .w be d1I. anenth and e4hth p-adel. dlIt1nCUon &1ven It. t.erest to frienda of P. 1.. O� atnee both IIetUed � naUoDi M

I"nI.n.k.I1.I: l£cy

Ireoe ! ifUO

��e;w8ch�,= =!

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THEMES

ca.ecl bJ /illIert. atwanl W\qILm at U. Oentnl LutbIn.D Cburch Nonmbel' 18. SOme or the toPcI to be dis--

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rNodiJII 0ream'Y.

Humoroua , Prof-.Solo and lmUatkm of an

=',�BaN::� : �": pia"",:,:.:J�, C.

t.b1DI:," and MOO llb IDUTJ' llIDII!," -._ COiJep 8tqIef BII!n!i1t.oa. p.m. ill biI t.alb. t.ella at tbe U tbat &a.DdenICIn. E1na 'l'nWIon. lDf..t d't"1llaUoo � the Un. Bemca JOI'JII!ID*ID, and

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and

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:.n.� ���: �..e:a� � �

i Company

Mr. W.

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WEARY "CllB" FlNOS TO . ORIGINA1,J'f!J 'HO!l!¥Y,

Erllila:

a\emben

J�

the eup in He al80

body.

t

a

MrI. Dalley �mmen of

their IIiDcer'e craUtude 1&at mowed . towanI the KabDc:ke · at tbe a rta1Dc tote of tbapD.

Com

bY

and

L. 1 1rOfkl 1

\I

Mr. Rumu..m are: bet-een men... fam1lJ' Mr. sener&Uon tba,

our

tr1endmlp, .,

It I.e the bape 01 ID:J In the future. AIDeriCa

�w:: ':' IC��� :;-m:and�':ue,rrom�tL.� :"I�the���' accepted

Of the .tudent

./

On . Monday, NOftmber 12, Doctor are Hott wu the � at' the chapel Gplans to!' th1I year'. . inoomplete. but Mr. Elve:atrom, erct.M call J'OW' au.Uon rea.:m ' bua1neu rna.napr, report.a

Aao

kI the Paetfte LutheRn carl oatlund, the audience I the Mahneke ncte. I 5LlU!.ed the f1q' and aana America. and � :: pa.ny o delle Winney. The re.t of hcmor I P'ollow1n&' a report ot the P.-T. A. o e Th f th1a trophy 11 kI PUfl)OIIe . Stan· Convention held In Parltland. by loin. I : oourqe Idwlutlc effort by the turn ley Dahl Nedra DuI:Nck. PIner l"lott, Andrak, the meeUni' ed over dent..

our

are kI be played at Lhe · comp1fl,e prQp"am of the InstallaUon berctM on I &DOD U detlllU.e Uon will be prtnt.ed The Choir wtll &lao 140. arranpmenta bani been . 18, the

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All

I U 8c 7 ;� ; O: I

on I Mahneke Presents even1n8:, December 18, at the ' Promote D ' ProFl'm I Sch0Iarship ;UD I8�"', EYaneellca G'\re�e l Lutheran Ch�.

TeiiCliel'8

.

conventton and dl.tcUM the topI.c.

OrM8; ! �a:.." �

=� 0:,: :::'n�

'I1nielltad

a repreeentaUve of the

!!:benole: ! 1nf�.

trumpeta. this

Clerhard Lane: Accordion. Lelah

[pareDt8,

Croep'

lrHle Dahl

ErUne: J�. The alter·

: " Christ the BoluUD? of Raymond Hoff. oeo� Lane : cl.ar1net.

the bonor

:::0Inp ��:r:n;� Ida Hinderl1e, Edp.t' l£non!be r;::

fOJ·

as

vtollns. Ina-a Ooplerud. Ha.-old John-

Momon:

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and

Dqmar HaaenUl. 1 faculty £l"llna Jac:0b60n; 2nd Student �presentaUves of all Luth­ I t eran coUepI and unlvenlUes of Waah­

violins.

I�

met

I

orchHtra. and Eliot Mlcheoon. With theR dele·

the lIChool

tuba. Clarence Momon;

I ltad.

WecinNday. November levenLh, I

The orchelltra m�mebenhlp 'I

� _ "': ._""" _. �... t_ .... .. " .. t , ....... Of ..t ....... """ eteht an on the d1I� honor P"r1day e'I"minC:, November UI, WU CUp III Aceepted Bv ' ErUng Jaroll&. To It1. on UWI one must have I ' N la:bt at the recular meet.1l!.l of cobaon On Behalf of School; ..u of h1a rrades Ilbove IKI. To ret on the . Parent-Tea.chenr Pretented In Chapel �� the honor roll , one mu.t have mUon. .blch held In the publ1c At chapel aerc1lel Monday, &n averaae of !IO In ..u his ltudlea. sehool auditorium Atter the meet1n&" ber 18, a silver Iovine eup The dJa� honor roll 11 made had been called kI order by the prest- :

roll 0CJ0.IifiI of Bu6en1&

..

oreheatn. have orpntad the foDO'IrlDf delept.el to the 4Jther­ , Ia belna made for an Btudent.l' Union Connlntlon 1:0 be

and oryanlZled

busy. at

P. L. C. Honor Roll ' s N o w Compiled ____

the

UDder

prOduction of (mer and more tn- held at 8pobne Coli. lOIIIeUlne in I JAnuary: . InrebOr'I Bol­

on

prNeDt. In ""orll:lna; out the detaUa of II

the

lrtn, music.

.tate. 1

the 8eCOOO meetinc at two o'clocll: In the The ca:nmlttee In

choir and

I

serv10es

�ea:;:��;

Representatives Chosen.for Union

cUr- Irene Dahl. Inrebol'l Boldad. Erling Jaeob_n, Will Go to Spok�ne '-or Luther tenslve and Prom1al.ni' prornm In new Pt.e1flC Luther.n ColJ* hal choMn for thta year of 1m IUld '28. Both the lhf'

Aaagaani. p�dent of the

h.� ��

The mua1c de' . partment

teUon of Mr. Edw&rdl baa

and �ter eUort.

the president of Pa.el.tlc Lutheran cOl­

l�.

P. L. C. O...,b",,11'11 I Organized ; Will As.lot the Choir

year

the M:hooJ

tab place nle � .w . .

f1rIt of the .

ye&I"

� people. the future du.u, m.,. ea'jGJ the ble:.lDP . � �."

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toc1Q a& Ute Pl:»t Ofnoe at Panlaod. W� iuder Cbe An of MAI'eh J, 11'71. .... . ------....;-... -JTO.lA L.... . .TIda H1nderue Edi t«

Ente'red

u -eeond � mau.. 0I::C0ber i. 1'"

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Oop � = 8ylna !.AnIon

Narpret Holmbers El"l1nI .J� NarTtn Ha.1clr. Dorothy � Sena Johll8OTl

Aa:nn

John Ooplerud

OHhard

Chrtatlne Johnson Wolden

!FACULTY AOVJS&as

Soon tilt' f{'stin,] du ys will IK' Iwrt, lind thllt hll!l U\{'r I Ihr('(' hUIH..Ir('cl tim(·s uln'ally; the du)' thai I!I truly Anwru,:ull huliday l a t ler Ilur ����. �!�('s��;t;. . �;,�:ul��·::: ('\\j�;:�f ;:ucl�I���.(�I I��II�\;::II;�:�1 :�'� 111(' pJ('a�ures of the bri�ht SU IlllIle r da)'fI. , THANKSGrvrNG

umw

till

Shouldn'l we be glad that our forefather!! M'I al'lid(' this fiuy 10 rt'lurn Ihank!t for the many ble�sin�s of the pa t ? Count �'nur � h ::�����f;�;un��'���/·���!��.��t !��e�� ��!� ��\.��I��II;�;.:::I�t��i:;�; �- -

lNDIVlDUAL LEADERSHIP

Did yuu t'\'('r !l('"tc' a �ingh' thill� dU;lt· witlwul I('(ldl'r�hip ·.' And wllt'll a thing ha� 1M'"t.·1I !tlurted, dH('� il (·tmtinue ·without �up-1:;\"('11 thf' most tri v ial af· �:���('�.�·!!tC�!�;·�'i��:.iW�:�:�\\��� i� For instance, in chapel. Wf' have heen equested 10 �il as rur r speakers. Se\'f'ral tnward the front pOMible. thus aiding the limes a few stUdent's have done this with the result tha1 many 1lI0re followed, but when there is no one to lead, the entire group !lit� in the real' pews, , \Vh)" nnt lei cneh of u� make it a point Iu �J; ���r��uee� i�d:��I��f1e!J�����r!Zellls tu he want. l"Ol1I��o';;! lug is re�lIrdin� �t udellt·l}()dy met'lin�s. :'II"ot enough opiniun� arc \ uil·,'d durinEl the discus.sion�, lind durillEl the yell practices which follow; if !lomCOlle would It'ad in "liUking up" arler fdls, thl' ydl I('aders wuuld not havc to m('ntioll it evcry t·ime , \\· c l'ould go on t'1l11m('"rutin� many such cast's wtwre leuder�hip i� needed. bul that might turn what is meant to be friendly {'"riticislll into !W:oJdin�. \"e merely"Wish to call our own attention lind the attention of others to these things, in the hope or prom ptinN more individual leadership. To repeat that oft said phnlse. ('\'('1'

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as

coral

11,

FURNISHINIGS DAVIS' New LocaUe.

9-&2 Pacifie A

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8teln_y and other pAaDoI';. Duo

Art Rei»OducI.nJ PlaDoa. -V\ctroIu aDd V1dor Beoorda. '&aDd aDd Orcbema nwtrumeDta. 8beK ltI1Mkt aDd IhIk: Boob. a.dIo I!MI aDd � .

Sherman�&Co.

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and .end the copy-reader.

not buJinl' a tleRt to.'c:ome· bc.De on. __ Our team pla,.. on. We � to P"J" a quarter lor that ,) We are DeVer downheartecl, we rtnlah Ted : What·, that cre-pe on your door Ilallo'ft fll party. 10 JOU had Mtt.er for. Stan? Is your what's started, room mate dead? .tend a twent,.-nve cent. extra. Some Our team plaJ"ll on. . Stanley : No. That , .lu.t h1I towel. . Wh1Ie t.ouchdOWIlll an! PllinI aDd nu. sl.idcHn Will aup,t _ up ., the

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CLOTHING

FarnllhlnJ(a Hat.-Shoea Outdoor Clothing

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Several JpeC1aJ. mu.kal numIIriIn ban of .cbo1anhIp and thur Ollen. �u. Dei, K.al1Dn1Jtoff; BeaulHUI been liven at cbl.pei aerci.M b)' ftr. 8cbolarah.lp La 1.nt.e:rpft1".ed mean eartlMt, �nt. and hcJr:1Mt Ba"riour, ChJ1atiameD-P. L. C. Choir. loua ,tucientl durtq" tbe 1ut t.& weeb. The fonowtDc- 11&.. taten part.: Bolo--Mn. -J. O. Bd'WlU'ds. Anna Y1nel8oa, PrUltlIn t.q, J:I� ,.en. HoIr.eDItad. t..Uban Andehob, ' Oer M1rtam HeJmdahl. .. TIll: INSTALlATION bani LaDe CorA Vlata, o.caw- a.� December 14 b: 1Mt&1laUon oa,..... to Ie.,.., IICbooI recenUJ do account nea. and the PacUlc LutberIaD 00Uep 1"eOd'l1Dl InUmeDt day lD the bb:tor}' of Paclflc her belIt.b, . CMU. Luth'� Colleft. At thIa tUDe Doctor the 8wed1ah Hc:.ptteJ. lD 8eaWe. '

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0 Welctme Apln. �n; tacult,., wbo are to bue tbetr � the ,tuclentl' reconI u to [.air play, Crown of Oraee, Brahml-P. L. 1POrtam&nahJ.p, and to eoo.IclV Choir. 'I'banka Be to 00c1, tbtee qualltUe. aDd cbar� K""'"� that have to do with the 1010. Qllrbanl lADe..

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Do DOt fall to borrow your room mate'. clean bo8e. new &hoes. or la_ _ II. Refi UIUftId \bat U the &bon &4Ytot " falthfu1lJ foUowed. you w1Il nefti" baYe Ul1 d1fDcuIb' In .ecurtDI aDd. � a room mate.

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By lieD Paio I In a rear &eat ot the elB.!lll room tat , air route. 'l'bne bf!1nr toued BCI'OIIII a f N!(:k1e . taced boy deeply abtorbf!d In , , the chalII: line. The oUler two _� l I thrown for tmall � Where the rey celver dodeed h1t ..,. t.hrouah Ule In l1fe teemed to be lIODle

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.... � aDd IIarUIII. ClbIe: JumpInI oecer, IDerMft LoftuI; aDd 1'\Rlnm. ...., Karie OUdUn.�Ja Jet tIM! AI� M.. nat bMD � bo.' I w. wtU be..donf' "'17 � ...... • • _ __ ·.n COIm81 'aDd DOUce ' The ..- that .... CoO '- plaJ'llld. o(f . .. .... 1001:* atCIUId� • Tb&� .,.. reallJ eluae.J � in a ' IWlpJ ...,. but the buk$ \be lit.. .hkh ot UIICi bo7I IU'e ..nnr dirt}' I Ulk J'rida, OIcbt hu- t.en cau.d ott • make aren't sianrel or aloppJ el\bf!r' "cordII." What do they remIncl 10tl of? I by the. PUe .... &be bop Mea.. you t.coordlDC to Mr. � ananee. � you Do The7 1l!'e I"tfIoI elUldCl too. I.hIDIt &bt7 .... eokw-bUnd, or do JOU ttMUtf .... no,r ..... rudiI far a hill • __ bo1I' __ WI! oped !.he lirle to make a better slmpl, Ui1nk � oTenleep in \he tehedule tor tM pll' I aho1J1na' than Lhe)' did ' lut yesr-and morn1np. not catmr time to ftDd a I d� the _. 11te ICbOC* 'Whb ! eJeua pail' of trot.en to war .hUe l .bom DIIIfOUI,UOt'M are I:GiQr pIaoe thanl be JOinI tome. 1 they han their � �? ap,. .... .. fOUOWa: __ 80,.' team: Cheney. oeau.u. lit. ' We 00 not llke to see our oo.eh. MIA : Will be boJB, JO!..I mo.. aM they ha� AnceD. LinfIeld, Pac1fk:. C. P. '8.'\ ReBU:Uud. Ill. We need her all the Urne, their � trait.. �rm .., � It .. up &0 the llrll tenoet. lIount.·Vemon, IJeUlDP:am Nor· _ �_ I t t �e (ut footwork Is neeelllary. but to tee � !.be boys IooIt respeet&ble mal. Ellenaburc Normal, and .� It � nothing compared ' to the head- and �� tbeIT COI"dI .-...hed at leut OOllep. Olrll' team: Mt. Verncm; centralia. once a month. U tbe glJ'1I point the , work U3f"d. I sUvert.on RiIb. unrfekt. PIoclnc, ()rt... _yo the boy, wtIl surely follow. ' Kirkland. sumner, "'e, UId Roy. :fhe team 15 OIlI"anlZll'd now--games BIT8 0' CllANGIl start !IOOD-I-- et·. support our t.ealnll In can lirl. �ltUe "Bay. 8tran.cer: . football' In buketball as we did � tbe ...... tIM! .,. � ... ....... Oftr the � �

In the IIf!eOnd qua.rter the Abet quesuon. althouc:h at preeent tbty look ttll me the time." h.Ich a Winnln, On, blocked one of Parkland', punUl on t.a If they Olrl : "Y&', It. ten to." their own 4O-y&rd linl!. A tertes of IIne : !I(:hooi lf!l:liOl'3. however, Il!'e a t.eam not GirhLMhtll Gym Cla.ues " leut. ThIt year', Then have been no prill' IYU\ eJat,es 1 ' to be I�Ored . plunrea netted their third score. bia )"OU COliere I P'roah have .some promJa1nc for the I.a.It '.0 Umes. The Tueeday boy. The Raiillpllttel'll. With fTesh mater. " EY matertal and mould be able to make a before va.caUon the gym lat came back in the 'IIf!()Ond half ,trOIll" bid for pennant. TIlt! retl of waa too "tIlthy" too be In. Lan n (ht stron( a.s ever, The fint ItOre of the l the hla:h IIthool elatte8 may not be U the eiaMeB could not be held because .�nd hail came when Buek. thl! Linj:)MS Btronc but If arranrement.l are made the varnish ... not dry YlM 8t1J:rud eoln quarter-back, Intercepted a to let the' t.firee lower elaues untte they waa Ul yeaterday ....11 unable to take and raced for a touchdown The Abet Ua1n �'i'il �4� Bro.d_y houId make . 'trona" tam With four e.ha.fp of the c1aaa aI50 scored again on another dr1� a 10111: 1 4 IIIdr G..a. Batr 0,.-. 1'-.-., n the runnlna: for the IItbooI I pass hun Mua to �1!rIOn Before e Main 1 464 Phon l II pennant the conteeta mould proYI! InII the final whittle had blown they el'Olll. ter'&Ung aff&ln .t any rate It WUl l'd the Oiad1ators aoal Une for two make Dr. Archil' G. Hick� a good pn!!llinlnary to the com1nl more touchdo'Ntl3

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Cod Liver 011 COr. Tacoma

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Parkland ConfeetioDery & Btu-ber Shop o. P. l!ttJMDJ'BO.N

Prop.---Comer

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PARKLAND UGHT & WATER CO, A mulwll c;ompany-OrgRniz.ed 1914

Water;·LJPt aad P.wer te Me_lien 0aIy Water miDlm... 60e .. _OIltlili .,...illC 100 ew. It. w-ater Walerf..._ .. p. L. C. For further information apply to hnlitlan

E. B. EI.LINGSON. �l\Igr.

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Por�t.-Mr. ErliDl enUc1Df amlleII., Ibo1rlni .era of of "l5Mrwood IIi1I � of St.udeDt Body and told nlltnp, UM' rw." aDd " RobtD Hood." It Pol' the Honorable DeIep�Rev. 11 ItUbbtq lbe t.bat tbiII antiquitJ aDd lurri't"&l of tra I � Mad&, Carl PwI. PraSdeDt of 8potaDa that .� 01 diu.. bM a.de an important 'Wap denottnr 0GUep ' =�1 1.,"�:"<k" · CIa lite Brit1ab. people. t cannot eucu,. modest,.. &lwa,p made �,,,: by that lnfema.\ macb1De, the -.:rtbe It. bile you not1ce It eYetJ�� hoi:,� :ere�

W. A ' Pnda Yoar P.tro no _. D __.... _' _ 8 Garage

f'"IUJcibI the ICbedule Whk:tI W1J] publ1ahed �ter. The tmtaUTe ....UIe . -- ...... 1Dc!Wn "otmaL IIpotaDe MarUn'I �, 8eaWe Paelnc

okt �. ODe UWe church ... "t1aitf!d ... bu1.It .. earl)' .. 1200 A.. 0" and !be <>\4 ....bo..... _ � _",,,• •O� �. ...... orr <he ..... IUU, Solo by Arth� 0_ , bawn that the worn bit 01 Immortal l'er"W Oreet1npcompletel)' .... ,. PacifIc DlItrl.ct.---Pro.. J. A. "__ U certa1n P. L. C. i.lt.n)'--..t the country _nft I 01 Tacoma-Ma)'Ot Tennent PO!' to their mlnds IMlen rem1nd me Pm- &o.rd Tru.t.eelO. A.. .0 hill 01 WUdOQl. Ume.. One wouldn't be the bad man W'ltb the camen Rurik, •� to lee an armOUl't'd or runny rllOl!ll to ret the Pot" hcu.l,t1-Mr. E. Haup hooded frtar come W&lk1nI o.n aNI Repmar to ero1le and IooIr; pretty. road. or • np.bondII aDd hIfh- our picture �...... Mt.rtM HJmer..., men duh fT"om 801M .n. ltad: PnlUdent of Alumni t-..oc:la-

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Includ1nc del�tee. cou. pf't'l!,\ - 0Chl�o nted tim on and are pN!paraLlon for such pre U I UIWl, nf"'" M' men from Iut year'l coUep tetlm. lhl"Cl!' and to the Khool. Wi!' rM11ae theTe II dentlil from EMl and mIddle West. and duUI!'S He ronUDue<l hf apply and '"t IUch fortner hJlh chool .... at the I thls OOC&&lon. det:.ten. an one retlpoNll lt, t.kIna: CbNUan UneI a honor 1Uftt6. beitde& the faculty and students of the coil. ;::�:It�:� ��7:��u�:��� �! �a�� 1;r:;..:n��I��:n�!.a:f e:�c:� ....ho, althourh IneIlPl!rlen�. appeano : ato ma� a bll community "hat It lhould be f :�e :���� :: ::: M..ter of A.rt!l d� degl"Cl!' l he may take earnest appeal for eUee- P�':�te coach. Url!' ma - and a future fOl' UUa lnaUtuUon. Ha . ln support or tht INUtuUon he 111 1 of Doctor 01 PhiloeJphy talN a most opUlnlllth:: vle,,-polnt. and lilayO!' Tennent then preIIKl'«l IJioG&Clr of the 1IChool. may nd While the coUece oreheatn. played � ;he�lI: = � b:�I��U:- ! P�P:" find It 00[1 ; :�:.b!::n� - I e.d :;:.�� p=:n: u:v: �\er"=:: tht prooea!onLI tn4I"Ch. the honor de a member ofat thed faculty he dls-. 'lenient :��ker Continued on � !JOmt recItal of eon- , hop!! that no mail opened by, It wUl m.&rched lnto . the .ucl1tor1um, played rreat ,abtllty In m.ny directiON vlctiOTU andmake to ouUlne a Proa:rtm of 1 ! brll1l' any h�breaktna: but only After the hymn , "Holy. hoi:,. hOi),:' ! )oy and pleouurt.N and .. a reault hlrhl), val ued tor development for Padflc:: LutherUl 001e the ReT O. J. Onlal. former presid nt the IICm� that rende�_ He cheer- leee ..nth the It.lIal.stanef of 61:K aent.l!'Dc::I!S I After two num.. by t.bt PIIdtk: 01 C. and pMtDr of t lly r.<::a!pti!' tMk that ..... of- or ph� which he has at !lOme Uml!' abor\ � d u I Sutor'. Lutheran Church In BeIi1ll8:' of anoetlnC were made by tbI foUowtJlil COnUnued on � I or othtr found thourht-provoldni. ham, led the auc11l!noe In .!Crlpture Thell! IJI fint of the UmeYOm To ail ap� the dorm1tory del.,.... Rn. J. A. K. "... � read1n& and jJtQ'CT. ' Herbart1an phrue. "AppeTCepUve boy:. trOrlled 10 hard �t the c:ampua 1DI the PIIdftc dIdI1d; Rn. O. 1.. denl8 H ave' liven D m....- 'lben the .tawmmt. ''Tbe retId1 for�Uon 0.., 'that maD, HaaYlk for U. IIIOard �of �; �' , A fCftDai -.lu.tatory adn. ( � tbe .Rn.. �"" &. N-' PI'l'III*nt o! GIlta UL' Eve.ytbln' 1 _1III.. ..tr: a.. doDa "" ...... tbtIIi·�.--..... ..... -.- . ...... _ � �� . Tbm \he bold c1a1m Of Jew. the CIUVt: But .ftJ'7OD' re&lb' cUd 'IrOl't laDe 1Iartba-1I,JII'..&Id tar IiIIII AIIiidI; MIl tbe PIdI'k: DeItz1c\ 01 'be N� Lutbenul Cburdl of America. Who Ooodie&. IJlfta. a beauUful tn!e IOnes. I "t am the 'rrutb." Hut the tmmortal and hard. and 1ftTI! duly rnrarded DUne J....... f. tbI ....... ...,. potIIted. cut \he ..rue of Chr1.aUan ed· � and flTCl!h fun and merry . phrue of pubUc::-1IChoo1 cia,., "B1reet by coffee. doqtmuu, and '1'10 attR- Capitol tJnI..a&y, Q)lu.IIuI, CJtaW- . uc::adaa and � bk dncere deatre fOOd-..w haft a part In a Chrt3tmu ' land of Ubert,.� Then the poetic .lI!- noon clUMI.. The bo)'l and pll Re'I. Walter BeDm&n. nee �t 01 to 1ft Padttc:: OoUece eunttnue and puty Lhat rot� to be riven by 1 fra1D: NWeIt� the coune of emp1re orpnJ.ed Into rroupa and .upertn- ! .,une CoUeIe: Lu.ttwir �. De­ ! Pf'C*PI!!' �u, under tht Ie&dCTllhip '(hl!' collCl't dayroorn fir!'&' FrIday noon. I t.U.es Ita _y. � I"lna.lly, that mOlt apt tended by eaptaina. One at the man, oonb, Icnn-Rn. B. A. MaIb, 8iatUt: ot 11<1 new pftIIideDt. �h mer:nbl!'r 1V1U brtnc aometNnc to deecrlpUOQ of OUT edu.eaUooal .entun and ,reat improftmente ... the �t- tJalnndty of W�. 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other �, Duo Art ReprodUdDl" � vtctl'olal &Del V1ctor � Band Orcbeatra iollWc and. Muaic Boob. SeUi and AooeaIoriea

Instrument.. Sheet Radlo

and

Shermantlay & Co.

...., �

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The Store For Men

Boys

and

CAPS

FURNlSHINlGS

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LEHMANS PUMPKIN SHELL Fo••tat. Lada Bet Ludo IloII;p SIc

S..day DI_ 50<

HATS

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Locatio.

PKi� Ave.

•• 942

&me . D _. n' · 8 HOES _

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IN

FURNITURE" In Tacoma

Schoenfeld's Pacific at

Fifleenth

Nothinl can give more pleasure for your Xm ... Gilt than a nice Blooming Plant or a box of Cut Flowers We uve a very fine selection. Poiruteltas Cyclamen Begom... ComhinJotion Plan..: Etc. DeUvery Anywbere AIao Flowe" DeUvered Anywbere by Wire.

��o�� :a7:�,;�l d

Americlm Plumbinll a: Steam Supply Co. Plambl...

PholJe Main 1707

W.olooalo -... ud Mill

Sappl...

UM)8-10 Pacific

Avenue

-LAKE PARI ftUTI'ER

IIAD8 BY LAD �6IIIt �T 00.., TAOOIIU.

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OLD LAB TO TAKE,SEAT lI�,BALCONY AS NEW GENERATION COMES fORTH

Phobe Maln .", lOt 1-2 Padne"Aft TAOOMA, WA8HI:NO'I'OM' .

8OO..IIILLa.a-aTATlO....S FUn"a! roa EnRY OCCASION

HAYDEN-WATSON. FLORISTS 1111 Pac1ne Ave,

Phone Ma1n 300 I

Dmr DAvns

HAIR SHorn

f'ennanent Wavtna

P'lnpr Wavtlll' MlJt':elllni �Ials

818 P'ldelh1 B1cli Main 356:l

I

Fornillhin ..

I'

Rat&-Shon

Ouldoor

I I

Dick!4on Bro!'}.

i

Clothinll

(:0.

Keystone Prtntlftl' Co.. Inc. Main

Phone

:n51

, 702 Pad,..,

A....

TACOMA.

Main 1464

Dr. Archie Hick" G.

LIEN SELVIG &

Importers -of Norwegian Cod Liver Oil COr.

-r..ooma A..-enue &; 11th

St.

KARL A. ANDERSON

ToUt .

SHEET 1IUT.u. WOaK8 GRAVEL ROOFING, lIIUZLLIa

613 ST. Hl!:Ll!:N8 AVE.

Call

ruaNACEs

TACOMA. WASH

SPECIALAnyBUSSES FOR PARTIES Time. Any Place TACOMA BUS COMPANY

..... "S!

M:r, LyooA

SWEATERS-SWEATERS-SWEATERS CreW'

CHRISTMAS JEWELRY

Nee...... V-Neck, SHponn

$3.95--S_,. N",i". Oriwinal. CoIor-S4.95

HANSON'S lIi'7 80. 11th

If You Plan

� ...Merry Christmas lind tA Hllppy N.ew Year .

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TO PROTECT YOllR CREDITORS HELP SOlliE Jl'ORTHY INSTITUTION BlllW llP AN ESTATE

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. appercept1�'

IIW'nt&l �.

ft&led

to Her·

�tn::: � of:,-s'� a.cc«'CUnc

t A faaillar WuelBUon the word '-y ' lD ' tfle

f'

rum . In

�'!::I�::":;-:nd1��:x.n�nt�; I

��=:::: �t.�P�l.her�

It alforded by u.U&1 claMroorD

be the e.tIurch of h1t 'athen. I»ut !)eou: u�1O':p�� =toWlduna: q quesUon an...-r of Jeaua to PHatf' and to the educatlOD&! � lmplled

� :"1 �/'7n .-=�o: ��;:-:: '-y coIOT tM

�=::: = :::�

that

free::

ud

and f�om

"BeauWuI

9al'klr."

O. EdYlU'da u .,kIUL

with lain.

AnDJfOON IU"ICU lOoraU:III..s (ram ....

....bMd; ..

= :::= f:��u� liberty

I

,

� ;��:W�.:C:0;':� :::: p

wi� worda. �We.t=e:� �:;:1 =w e well-known ot empire takes It. e COUrlle

to

on the

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t

00lII0P.

11

8poUne.

Cui

ro..

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Sl Paul. Mlftn.. Rrt. Edward Buten· ICboeft 01 Tacoma; PK1f1e LuUWl'an � 8ImlIIarY. e.tUe. Wl'I. . � ",t !....:! _�_�

out

lU\�=

� Of the

.,.....

WublDCkD-P'reISdent

A__

In h1I loaU(Ulfol � Ot-. nn.eJTo LhU reepect tor IodlndU&1 con- I ncUOIll.. tru. faJth In Chrtll. and thlll ! ltad outlined the de..sopmrtat work he rr-tefuJ enjo)'ment 01 AmencaD tnta� c:aJT1 em, potnunc the

thf' bam yard the of .• on thf' hunt or In thf'- ehue BOund ot .::bt hounc1a; amODl' In JNua' nat.emmt to hb <Uec1ple.: "U e&.rpentf'n Il �n Il1nd ot window. ye eonUnue lD m.J' word. then In' ,e th :; =�� ular I -::Ie. � w-ard th n the

a I'tonfo:

I

toUnders

a�

� Intimate

An1

maa.-

by' � aDd by H1a prophN and 1 01

the and builden 01 OUT IIO&lmfO SUYlca \U1Itel with f11"11lDN1 lDiIo " I ArneI1can naUon. 4000UDued fnxD ..... 11 &bid preclouI a eommunkln Conlrol. •uperrlakJn. standanla,. na- ' Dtreoe\l1 at'1« \bII � omlhat the wbl;Ne ranee of human esper!- Uon-W1de coOper..Uon � must be. mor1l' a doubte number ... rendend mce orten 00 p&r&ileI. 1be ,� but with u little u �b)e ot hamper: ' by the d'Iott Oil P L. C_ -Apul DeI�

oa. nNOEUTAI)'S SPa:CB I(:QaUDUfid t� � �I

wm" __ r _ . _ _� ..'•. "' O. NM)ey, DIpU\, SUpt.. ot PUblk: In1ItrUe'UoD.

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OFFICERS-

MI88JON '

ARB ELI ECTEO

you It. eh&n leu Cl\rIa:t'l un reeklen 01 St. Ow OOllep. and bJ' p FOR SOCIETY Pn."f . •, E . Bolton of lobe OnlftJ'8lty � __ ch.anClna: truth riYM to a changtna P'OW up WIth the oountr,. " . Th1I W� rf1)f'eIenUnc- educaUon In lhIII 'tn- W1)I'ld n�ny of me&n1nC and w t.he- In., $Ut W� ....mn. th the dJ the staW � the chureh and educauon IIIOIDe ter'Pl"ttaUOIl_ Whole senlAmt;rs an sub· dh1dua.l trw hlChett freedom � The :' UIIl P. L. O. Mt.km ' met f� r leet to !l&IDf' ot appercepUon. The third Artlde In � educauonal h1IItor}' ot Harv::-001. w.. U�I,. tbIl purpoee of 0fI"PI\b1nI tor the _,,"pee The morn1nI � clOlled with lhe It became evident In a Bible dUll the cl'f'ed 01' faJth of the speaker ill the In VaJe. and of YaJe In eoorN of benedlCUon IJlVUl bJ' Rel', O. anre, inC yeu. Arthur 01loD. who ... elect_ olher mornllll. tor eumple. that the meaning con�yed to him by the smaller Vale. th!'OUlhout the Ohio of the Tr1nJt, Lut.beran Church ed presklent I.ut ,.,. pres&ded. At thla contf'mptJble eltcuae offered by the h18h land of Ubert,. � all \lied Valle, and the Middle Welt. 81m1l&rlr pastor arltJand.. The of remained tln:t 1DN'Unt: Emma It.uJand ... elect-­ prtf'llt for cowuelllll the put- lD ItA Immortal setUnc- In the Amen P � there It a mOlt .trt� parallellam tad and t wh e I I ex- naUonal anthem . Consider. If )'OlI wW. _ UJl4I to eath of J_UI U DI'. 'nnplll bIl M1 MCretary and t n the early career and .trunles 1 ·t.uld1I\1' . t pedlent �or us. that one mIlD should In the of ChTtsl'l "The of Harvard. tor eumple. and of gues . marched out. die tOt the people. and that the ..hole nlUf' you free." thf' apPf'r- Collert'. pioneer of N� ' hanrlony with the colk'fet and � 00p1erud ...". � Ie U. pro.­ n m :��" :::� cepUVI1 mUll of the u he Vou m.,y hal'l1 read of of our Ch�h. 3. Econom.&eal and ( gram ecuun1ttee. 1be M1aI6on . 8ocIet, d lJT&tf'fully and rPverf'ntJy POnd n the the stranlt' I.Ild hard-eamed gifts and . audited rn.an.acement.. but not retreDCh- l lli open to IIll .nudent.. Ita meetlDp " cu8f"d lhe moment upon the �ntral d�p me.nln of our beloved anthem. e t , g :: =: :':�C: :t;:�-::n:. Blbllca] doctrtne of the atonement of : � =: �u ]� . I aJ :;�a; I a other Je.us Chr1Jit fOt thr SIn of thl' , Harvard. early Vale. tilrly PTLn«tan. 1 ftnanda] support 4. Orpnt_Uon of My count'1'. ·tll of th� . and the like; In Orecon the other day trtendt and supporten Into a PJLOGaAM roa AII18 1l"f1) 0N land of liberty. \ Amon" the COTIIequen� ot Roald memor)' In Pf'OIT&Dl A MOCoUeg'I1 Lutheran . A daulht Nonregi&n I of IJl'ndmother. Of Lhee I slill \ f'r of t� moment. I&. upon of the menta l equJprnenl uvely funcUonln, In m-.k1nc-

th1ll

1lI ae-

d

"It

Ulht

pBCUca] h

e

may be well to bellt In mind the

10)'

to

past

sPf'1l.iler

on

mf'ntal

.uch u

occu.\OM

nf!'ed1;

experl�nce

UW:

�nlrt

the

��: :f � �;��;np-ld��'

au<llwn h1s

e

: :Jt���:�

...111

point of o

s1fnI.flcance of �rtne

th1a

mall",

without rtabt and duty to

poMeU

Ind.h1dual OODvkUone. .u

the

taJth or

oord.I.n&ly

I

and defend

IUbm1t

a

e b :: d In �e��t

statement

] �r:::teR:::::

"The world'. work

01l0l

done

..nd

rUb.

nUll

I

.

�';:S=�=]���= reedom·. 1OtIC'

I

weet t

wt mortal toncue. awoe ;

for (lpen- I

nr.t &rUde ot aD educaUon&! creed the .peaItf!r would &C-

rocu

Let all that brn.the partake; Let roc.U their a1Jeoc:e break.-

I

The

"Our

sound

fathera' Dod

.

To

11

d�

be

that mlWons

=:�=ttl:! :�;��:U"::= ��rt!cta��;-"!1rO:wn�n:n: land of

and J a parU&an of a IOmewhat 8uch people add SU'f!nrt.h and br1na' d11teffnt t)'l)l1 because ot my �cular blelllllnp to a nation. Ne�r was a na� convteUon.s aocumpUon.s.. and expul. bleuod of AlmiahItroD( and am

yet Vie

and _ can bol.h meet Oil a plaUorm ot fact. and new f'&Ch other.. part1un .. wtLh tolerance aDd with

eDeN

u has

been our own

hf'

_no because be hU,

uoo 10

ty

God

States

10

of Amer1ca. The

ba.5

POUUcaJ albeit WlWOrth1ly,

renulnf' Interest:·, The recent

bf!c:auae

United

spea.IleT mo-

real.1IIed .. ch1ldhood vIaIt1ng personally evert thf' PO_r of part1.s&n coll11cdon1: It I.s state lD our Union. Enal1ah PIlgrtma eqU&IJy an example of the need and and Purtt&nll and e�n cavaUen. dC!s1rabWty of greater respect for RUCUenot lrut Ca.tholle Prencb.. Calconnct.l� of opponent. and an mne.t ruwUc Dut.ch aDd Lutben.ll 8'\Iredes attelllpt w undentancl the real reuoru and Oermans. Scotch Prubytertana for .uch oonneuon... 8, thb ut1c1e and Irtab catholics, plow and ewoeat ot taJth preeent speaker on the one Lutber-ans 8cand1navtan \aoda, hand comm1t1l h1l:n.8C!1t to a polley of and more recenUy South and EMt t f coo.vtctJoas and of Europeans amOll&' mUUOl1I of wbam tb8 tor op� vie .... : OIl the other h.ancI fear ot Ood � yet aUft: nneJ' ,.et be plNdl for ,ueb aympatheUc UDdt!!'- waa ot.bef �Uon Ulu. peopled aDd bullt caznP&1cn

a

II

Itrtk1n& WWltraUon of amblUOIl of

the

.

the reepect O

goa]

degref'

audIence believe

I

0:

;

procn.m

comp]eUon ' that the world hu work. two YeaJ'1l of jUnlor-ooUege work. I

,haIL

.I

a

December 14-

c..Alumni "N...tuJS norm.a] coune a twOw)'e'U count' In I e �:ou:�e�t4 =t:�:=l:m�� � �:m]:el�-=�:e:· �� I v=:n..':tU: :;: .: � � changed that history

M) ,

not Yf't reo

peal It&elt In some mtuure In carry" Weatw-ard

Ita

lhf'

of

emptre

I

two-year .tr.",-aecredJted collqlau , .

ta.kes · course.

Ipedal

opportunlU",

l

in '

way.� and with It the vtalons and I ml.l&ie and art. '!be qu.tloo ot selt-lI&Cr1ttc1n1 effort. uf the true pandlnc Into a tOUT-J'MF college be- , tM course

aDd

·

I L.na: given

plonee,...

1

caft1uJ

I

n- ,

II

ItudJ: but It may be

preaent rtaponatbtll· i ment AMoc1auon hu re&ehed It. nnt

trom

tolerance

l

e e : ;���'� �,,; t!a0�\:�� : :hlC:=�;o,,:,':..r=!": phrMC!. "plolleerina on the Iud IItraUOIl and rewarded the IIDIM!!ltlah,

a paUent for aearl, a

--

)'HI'

�wrence Haup. ... 11 aD f'lDployee at the Wu.h1ngtoD Hardware Company --

at

=--=:-11:0.�I�

:�:;.=��� ��I =:�-:t.un= �:7. � lDs:.: ::-" ,.. " -bog --

ullp&rel- This

Hbe<:ause ot the conncUOns Let It oe�r fOlTOtten )'00 hoi:! and because ot the underly1n( of them came to thiI ,weet

plye.haloo

i

remart.- I

holy a

t

1

Mnr.. 8, Clark., nee ..... Alyce Lee, '23. La rwidlDf at BeI.11.n&haln. -Uea at Padllc Lutheran OoUep. Dr. j lJlOtll &DC1 an iDteWtenU, Infonaed COIl- I L. W. Doe. Pre:tldent of St. ow Co1lep. ' ' tueDq hu been gi� the opptJrtun- l Arled.l. Allen, 7'7. 11 teac.h1na Khooi U h1madf Of pioneer ltock. lmmed1atel, Ity to ,peak It!! m1Dd.. Me&I3whlle a Con_,. DeU' "aunt VenKn -. wrote to the spe&ker an meouraclnI l merdtul God bali moadf! It �ble tEl ]etter In which he made thD tr..ke torward � rn.n ttme to tune Bertha Lero. '23. It at ht.entIurI.

to Thft.

�.� �::�:.

ro P �!:� A mertca ... to

De�lopmf'nt

PKUle

lupper. aporwored bJ' the Men', Club. thouaand mf'mben u the flnt ' hut hundred Uxt,-�o memben had I �dll.Y eveninl. December 14. [)octoI' thf'lr home.teads to make thf'ir I enrolled up to lut n1lht. and 1Iot1'omteen 1"1npLatad wu t.hl! speaker of the el'f'tint to thJ.s college. then UIIIlDWd ' hundred dolla,.. an! aJretldy In iIJIht. nina l educaUonal pl'OCJ'&ffi of I, Yr N. J. Rona .potf' at the Amu.� -:1lf' preeelt the burden of a .aecond mo� to held In Normanna carT)' the ente1 p� throuah to It. I Plt.clfle Lutl'lenll COlleg'l1 eomprt.ses 1 !IOll Day ' nrlt of Does t.hUt tour � of accred1ted hilh-Khool llhall. Prtda, eftIl1nI'.

duty to "WDe h1t

Thee lH' 11n8: I..ong may our land be brtaht wtth trHdcm', 11ght:

by

l

hIa Mart

===-�y:,;:; :s:� :: : �set=.(:n:l'�� qUOll :

al

When the present speU.eT found In deflnttf'l, stated that 10 to expand 1lI a convtcUon that It was his out of the que.Uon betOrl!! the 0evf'1op-

pl'OIODi.

Author Or Ubert)'.

::: ::: el'W)'

=!"'O�th:tt�::: I

: :;:� m;:1tI=nf:;; ! ::na�e:t � ��;:.� w1':'�� ��....::. �=,,::. ": ;::!

Lulhl1r

Ukl1 that abo�

..; upo�� i

mindedness. fa.lr-m.1ndedn_. toler· anoe. a �CS8 to hear and a desire to un4erst&nd. qusUon1I.c: the

name I lov"

Thy

love thy

Iltt

templed My hf'&J't With ",pttm! thrlll.tl

p'ychal�caJ doc- I

apPf'rcepUon

of

I

Thy woods I.Ild

I �:�

du to th faJ] f " minds w meet and to de!lnJUon 01 tf'rms.. RecocnIUon of the In'

tmmlrr-nta_

Rober1 ItnUtRn. 1u...ureT. lnpborI BoIIftad and [pp

Luther ! honor

pled

.,untry throe noble tree.

audience

CoLlese. &.5 ,he remembered. them from childhood fannen mort- ,

fN't!dom ring'

M)' naUvt'

T.

I

jIoChoo]

���::'ta �U��

mountain SIde

�v'ry

Land ot !.he

=t': ��: that moet m�un- :

W'lth thf' exPf'nence dent&ndlnp

hIa

h

�t

own .

to entf'r Into the Lhoulht·�nd of

tht speaker, to ..pp�hend e

Prom

the

ot the hE'al?n. the

p�nt mf'ntal setUnc. and mental �ulpment. thf'

nf!ed

Chl'Utlan

December 8ode\y

la

repea� I be- I

Sweet

:.:�e.rOI ��:," �a;;�;:tv� m�:U�� 10w1.na:

protnllle.

tr-uth &hall

r:;� ::t :�:

a

I

phr&se. "Sweet

u-I

��Iae;;

: :� �.::;

law

Calaphall

��: rOt �:]�rd

1M p&rt

_hlch

mean1na:

fol<l.l.nf delved.

It.eP

111 � iD the lull tlroceu of un- I and In

a c ;::en :d

this

oonneon eU let trlbollt.e' to t

'::=.

wb�� c::

aDd Itrualed and bu11ded dTeuns amldlt mtna'ied

dreamed

hM faithful

I ��� 1n'�:tedlJOtoO A

v1C- l labon.t.or)'

and

I new

equJpmftlt..

by

-.oc:Iata. 1'bC! Den tbe

with our

--

lNpect

oew

--

Cbealbtr7 1

��at ber home lD Ch1nooa.

1lI a _pull .llI"'ft)' ttnanced

the

I

Llll1azl Lee

a nucif'Dt here In line

aM c1aaroom the new Leonard 'I'bompeoa. a ltudC!llt heft vts- fac:111Ue. In the eut end at tba build- laat ,..,. III _tCeDd1DI n.labt .:hoot at IODI and thC!,oourq-e and the tolbome Ina (the II1JI1IlMIWDI the C!XpfI.DdC!d the CoUece 01 P\ap1. 8ound.. -tJ1ab; and bUffeUnp ot the splnt of I UtJr.ry. !.be Df!'W' automaUe fire n;tInyonder p.1oneer put.Or. BJug Hantad, gu1shera. They aJ'f' mnted to f'DCOW'ADdenoD, ' a ltudent !left I.n the buJJdef. and his U80d.ata. B1Ib\J � the orpnlad orehe.tn and lna-:rt. III at Pet.enbuq, � years old nen Yonda, t.bote eye&, thf' InsplrtDg ehob' robed In ebon, and MUI1e1 Yetten.. a fCll'llle'l' 1tUde:m. 11 have harbored 10 ttWlJ' 1'1a10D1l, IIoid. P'rIends and ,upport,en &l1 to- at bel' borDe_ lD 8anfOJ'. W� , that the people abouId not perlah. Gin 't1ted to fam1llaJPe tbelnaf!lfte dUe! honCC' to th08C! pioneer rounden -U-conalden!d flnaDdaI poliq, lD &C8ICDe � ... 11 emploJed u and bu1Jden of that O(beor b&l1 of uu. cordaDce wltb wh1dl eDCIcnnMDt lD- a teacher at au.oa. W� tcbool.. the baIf once knowIl .. ColWD- come wW � OUT lDdetItedDeA and bLa CoUep, creat amOll( tbem the yet lobe De'l"llopment AaIOdaUcm �uce 01' . DaMn STOaT Itunb' pioneer. putor Rumua BoI'- el1m1nate ckfIdtll aDd pronde for (Oc:mtln..s tram Pace 11 .tAd, Ute Hantad bullder or bealthy arowth and J)I'OCI'fIa PIIdt1c o� Walte ChtIAen.Mo', upon acbool alooI the �t trail LuthfTu) CIJIIeIe baa a Ioocl echxa- wlu.cs.n .aDd humor wtll be ms.ed u .croll our a:re.t Nortb-.r.. He 11 a UOD&l plult. a loJ'aI and effldent t.cul- ...u .. AI1iDI 1JannInac1'. lDalIlUllc. mc.t ftlued mem.bet of tbC! preeent ty. a taltbtul aDd 1ntell1pD. all t.b&t Uw IIWdimce beUeft DaIW but Il1m. I tone. and defeat!!

Portet

not

the

I

wh1c.h

newl,-

.cbool lI

MeLa

I

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Ran\.f'rlMdad, Ingeborg BolSpoka n IheAI\llthrls... tnIrlth('RI 10IIcCldenth('ld"'1IWl"l h 1 5 � l' 'I for �t' IX'l' n. . ... . l � a\'(' glf thl' l to attend l . PanflcN Lutheran Collkf'erge, S('CchoIr fromof ('Th('ach�(orecarri. e..d·.. h('an Ih(' gU(,, SL� pa{"arri�lIlg':\t.t(' ' In RS III..l. tne,,,"�es .Tlih!' girl�, are Elt'atnor' trallibrlng d.("'Isnl'slathl' . andr, branches 01 thl'UnionPaciConventi fic COI\.'iont Luthpran Stud(' IIL\, l boughli. M e�'l\'I:<;Il,Luth(' rt' t ary l d il l l Uar be h l' !' J hol l y Th(' as.st s tt'd b�' (' L r dUn. l I . va Knut G ofthu Marl E ..,Amf'ounKnCfI Pffipl o r League f wrapp"":! 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Ch�d�': PPr::�:t�:�l t:�dCO�::;:;::;';n":� ' ��::�. � ::�n�tl��:���t.a::: i ;���:tht'nc��:dt'�\'l'l;:ompment �.��; ��of Paci �: ���h �� "�('nh��t{'lr('t"ll� I:�� l i t tl e Patrtcla I\'erson.l camt' then�brldesd s('\'erallalspeci Luthwplcs. Blb�\ll''(>ncilRlg.'<M's,Taklind� f i c al Saturday n t o tt l (' (>ward ranTh('ColChOIlt'gt'T ...,ll asststed In Its Thl' crowning eVl'nt was thO" opt'nlng o"..n ',' 'hour we �� � ��h= := �l ��::al br r :� : :� '" o -' ' Ing part i n the C 1 d, ' L, L � ' ' h Lonamf', ,� ont'" sees many Inter('sting Another sister. MIM Erna Hel.mdahl. reprl'stntath'es proKram f'. oddls yK!�hapeQ .... andIIt­ concert s by seltheC'C'tm{'(Iale Many quartetImitatl whicho.nIss ojpac)(th(>ag('pr�was(>nL� IAVl'nlarKAgnl' h nostudent of Uoures of...faI·11tIdallo of m . ! en ... v gl brl The honor of d a mai noha\'(....' b«'n . eTStl v Uni lf Washn of y t tcndl : !!; rsl _ e nh' the t A li s n thi < .. . .. U ' , R O :f C Jup \ lrf �pt she rs. lal eo. er R d AmI ' , ge a father her marrt n by I en rC'C(' ] v ed by the choi r and Washl n gwn il n d Washi n gton Stllte bto mOSI o t tht' Ij1;"tonar....nam�find·. Johnson . no MIIIt.�:lcdlofscltCl.';helngS"'an�ellest('. lpopul anPr-esl('l(tdenlenS)\'Tle.lprogram Fol l o wi n g the ceremony, a re<: e ptl o n Col l e ge IM'lIlMrg plaEh'nnte"ls-'l qUlckl th lying i n number l IO�') unp....,araplX'<l i .... gan hundred l gl e �t a d and two over ... en, v gi s a "' Ihal � I ith difference ollly The l I bS Irom 'I, by JarondOfour of eilch hert' ....·herelL� there ' guests In ilttendanc(' The parlors l'I'ere 10lll' "'Oasnf'llrrooucl'd trom. !'ld , Sf'Cr!'tarY. artm'('nUno....fOT. In con·the proud W to th�' gTl'al satlsfac\!Ol Rn'fiMXI\, s of routh flf/maklll llo.... with� tt.ndbouquet at th(' Ull vl'r- decora� ('\'f'rrone llQ plagl larrang(' l lg thfo lttnerar�' of Cunnl y('lrIalo....candl chry5l\Iens non}"ethemum. !.al tabl cath�' to-ell'gxhtp«:lJohnson.� �nTrue l g Teddy wcre prc St' n ed t ed. Ihe refreshment , .. ,I> r num"", arge on. , " t a nd .,'''. ke. M , " ;I. l and , of names ('nd In "'son" or '"sen"' Ide- The bride attended. L. I!, 19:H-e I1 the Chrtstm8.!l holn,ldaYB...... .....arep.-'apoor I lU....·hlch couli d hop. � G=-I"drabbit toTruly.M!lf1Ae furry �own servers If they haven t notlcf'd the nelll popul a student r avn Scandl a of d n ki g what n l dl n Oi pt' LarKe Aamodt Anna IIwarded stick.. weTI' n"<:('\\'ed 11m you are', th('n' beelnll' thirty-eight all her schOOl-mates as "Polly'of{' She lI-street signs, These slgn.�. bold In barbtor-pol .. We !lnd thr('('H "stads"'-. TIn- was the first edlI tor-In-chief r thet blacke andh white. have been altogether b e1 tcandy d;a:=;': o thplac('{iOI on d ' e r trl b l l Dttreo:tly afll'r thp Chrid stmasElholitdays \�:: :: �:Rne�:�� O ,, f' l. < u "ll � �: � ; : ��:�� :�: 'j seni ::�;� ��� :� �.IIh:�� l:� �� �� e:�� :��th�u��:g ;lISt :!\� �:;; � n d. r l' l M to the oldPaci10fing-forgotU'n c Hlgh....ay Consequent h nI' t�: �� . ���Il�n::��� :ll j:n�lI ��l c�:"'.:�: KaalIn athend IRne of thl' Fret'd meel a or play � ;:r �:���:�I�C 7; pr�� many .�lrused ('('1 namt'S (' n aKa' being art' Thunnan. as 'such fr(' s t who O(' n somt'Q also and r �:�; o l : : t Tal' : � : �:rCc:u:� ;�� :�:� (> al �th�:� appt'arance of thf' lunch which ".... thf' qu�ntly Stuen �.",I�I:iremai ����I'n;:II�heI Callc��!fomihes�� ;�P� I Though th(' Parkland Communlt) our humor Is 1 g n duri a Mol d n Club started thl' Idea. i t remal n NI, for l Xmasparty Merry of e d IUrning home n ay season mo.nthJanuary of January dlrl'cfind Gr@SS onneartiletheCampus arolts ;annd Ii wasDuring ona toPllInilrga!ltv;- ! lithol'n OfL.Mrs.C. artKreicldILSler.S under OlsMiss MIh�lSSIdThora about 25l the (l'large giventheIhebyengagement toLocal do tthehre5ll' actual Lanes e l whi ta. s Vt l' l ti ornia nounce Of f i Cal Churches al n I g, n n dl'nL�ri ti e n tt e l pai and g s l' m Hol also and Rose, Erb, Da� Ih\' n I ht'acatldl0n went 0'1 In 8the tool-box Boldt and fI I Elcoma ofL.TilC.- shOU.ld no.... find no difficulty In dlreCr CllytiJnegl> and thcL�osewilinl bemanycan\'ofassthOOl'. ouThel- RoTheom thl'Vull'daytldt'bfoparty lingson. toElHerman Schnugger forl' \ ' l i n gson att e nded dL�trl . I n g strangers I n Parkl a nd ' " ' I h bang " . It I 1 IL , n l beelt�I d l'd whether the ; Viseit wh thl' churches scattered ....·el , u�� ;:u��rt; b e f g r w le ot. d In g ts e la . �:�l'ran;!,:[)('�e::rs�; :��� SO:���Il�I :�:I. :O�:��'l'r::�; ll.��� il:: :�I:e :�l'���� �:�ch ��= t�:; i Oo,:�: :=��� a:: I�:�: ��; ; dresses. wellr...Laq' 'elopment AssociatioTIn ngelstad klbrought Iword gal� coulMo", I C, students. ddles IIthan -!lre� alstmas tH.bles� dstmlLSeatgood!en.es sowereth� '' never Tongue-t isting momkers are scarce ' j tHyLunCheon rs � Forty-eight nam�-v.·ere posted on thl: IIns Latest lhalCalialforni thougha from pre\' c. l e nce of the ' " f lu" cook got some Chrl bUI .... . e submI t Dubl g l t . EI" J enth. Rl k de<:Chriol1sl.tmas ted I.tr('(' n�ervedChrt some bul l e tl l board yest erdayofof thoseor "E"Wh�. .... ·hat hi n ders the Vernll Gano act e d as t o astml s tre. '<S and Smal l s formed the cen: shei m . Kornel l u ssen. Aamool, I grade ral oftoldthestorigles.rts Alga\l joi'(' nshort e<:es plate. candle pl�e cards w!'rr ' Thihads Olletheor more work. n('v"'erthel eerss they haVe! twt'ngonl'....·ell speeches and sel'eand ! XaviIf e...r.e, dldn·t fell.r Itbtol suits I)('rhaps I taetrpleach l a st w amlng ed recei v ed h ert' v they ('(\ ' n Ibeforl' the final grades cometo out.be post There far the announcesinging uld Christmas carols. Aftn er them luncheon. "'e'd tel you more, e make to O l h ::�. a���; :�Somet�:�.se����pa:��; w !.hearts �h:,l ::C;h�� :.: ��. ..fRN-T OYEN. WRITES LETTE� OF that whether rt'dof paper emy on a,forget foundthe �lsmal NICE TRIP STAG E TO CA LI FORN IA He came to my desk with quivering /lP" 1 were l i n ki n g names the engagl" d one can pl a team depends on his done. ! The lesnso ...·as . . 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But my geography must hllve Then Into his tired heart smlll"d s IL'5 reVived In a treat. and then went on to the next e custom o W l ol d A I premedloutt&tedto' andanythlll consequently may �arrinveda veInry old copy ParkJ andmetwhend.urtover a score young dldn· plRCt'.t prove In effectitheive.r"How presence alAm"one' when I better no.w. my Child '" from turn a lf Angel e s twenty-four peopl e n g the hoJ ld�of season g I went the throne. with tremb t.l'a. v el e r· s gui d e. What time story t o e � W' S l li n ' l e " ' B um Song"'proImand ,, ' e nt "Jul e -bulr. 1 n g. " ol d or' t hat porti o n of t cedars l a rg a t e r. no ho ! . Intereshavitendg inBpe. Intpre- l eve It.my vtslon--aru.t.;" you pTim&r1ly woul dfo.you custom. atndone otherapl� common eventto cedure ploTing Wlual a handout be- I heart year wu done. sume. that I. after proved l y brought forth the deI n Parki a sti r . ng l i them. � l OO you . New. 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JanUAtY 1-Have )'Ou noUeed the pret- = or �e:UEna� that he twec1 It. , M&rpret Holmberr 8ylm Lanon Bena JOhnson It klcked went oi'r. £rUne .Ja.eot.en u.-Iun John 90Pierud wben Ida H1nderlle Now, Jan. II, UI2e. Lett _10 bard that be fell :::: J?n:�=�e&rS ResoluUolU 'are Gerhard Molden � ' ChrisUne Johnson Ma and Pa: heard of but few effect8 are noted , Dear " n, _ .. to lee t.be in 'hole a kDock1nI ' . . BUSINESS D •• UTMItNT u1t packlna' my I should of .tarted ""'''Better make lIOme euier onea.. m· cUe two days before I went. Uke you a blI t1ah. wtUcb happened . �t M1chelaon to, Ma, I fottOt that tet of mini by at that DlQIDen�. ClaCULATION FOUR. YEAIl8 AGO AT p, L C. told me Wtnka abo\, be kllle<i fin ·p.ve me for Cbrb:t-. eo, witH Ames Klippen ( YyatertOUI ablence..from cluaes � TIddely quall. a poue a rabbtt and a bll 'l� like you I&1d I would. ADVi.l&TISING · caU8ed by lce·akaUr)I in the orehard, ' uldn' done wt a BtUe more' pracUce, Lett oUlht me tb It probably wo t han Gerhard Lane An enterprialna Moortna Mast reporter much rood, howaoever, u nobody at the to make a prettJ rood hunter. TYPING SUnetted that cl be held on the uses Oll .... .. .oclable states u and the New Year', resoluUon very StaU made a I ha Ewlyn Solum · pond. charitable In re­ was full:to the top, �hat I wUl � FACULTY ADVISERS ee n, p.rds drive. ancl loans t.h1I )'ar, and t was squashed In U,hlly betw to O. J. STt1EN N. J. HONO The P. L. C. faculty rave reception what Dr. nnrelstad would Cau. pi...,· I hope you folb )laVe followed the In honor of the St. Olaf Choir, �- Inll1y plum� lad.tes. Let me tell you. t.unes and make reN)]uUons almUar to A HAPPY NEW YEAR ber 31. folks, that new style of plumpness t.in't rulDe. Charity beJ1ns at home, says t, Tht, Mooring :\Iast wisill's to its rl,UtIl'rs, IId\"t'rlisc�s. und ..·hllt It's cracked up to be When I rat and ",hat better ..,.;, could you start the tr il'l}ds It ver:y happy, jlrOSp('ruus IIl'W yl'ur. Althuugh the \duml The tn�r·scholastic hlllh school de­ out of that bus 1 wu mere shJU10w I New Year, than by tend.lni Inoney 'yf'ur marks tht' steps ill HH' proW"l'ss of this 9>up('r IIIUn', than the ba� tearru wen: selected as tolloW!! : oLmy former self. to your 4aUChter, a Itrun:llng atudent II(,W �·('ltr, we feel tlml w(' han' just l'uJl)pll,lt'd U SUtTI,ssflll�I)('riud Martha HJermstad, Alvar Beck, Edwin A slick sophomore tried to make mat- at collese. .In ill(' ,Ycur UI2R. TIl(' :\Ioorin� Mast hus dUIlI' i ts IH.'st 10 lin' up Beck. Luetta Bvlnth, Arthur Knutzen, �rs worse by saylnll, "I see you're back Your devoted daUlhter. 10 i ls llalllC and bc tl lTedit 1 0 Iht' schoul. Although WI' havI� sui is- and Arnt Oyen. The quesUon CHERQ8A from t�e front, Cheroba." fit' d uursel ves partly, Wt' 1101 whully satisfied und will strin' ··Resolved, that the Philllpines should · Oh, no, I'm not u thin u all that. .. dllrinJol 19�� 10 Jolin' our advertist'rs, N'Util'I'S, 111,1 fril' l Ids helter be gn.nted their Immedillte Indepen· 1 answered. WHAT IF' ..denct. sl'n-iel'. 1'111'11 ugain, A lIappy :\I'W )"I'ur 10 YOll :\11. He needn't try to put anythJni over L1I,l1 should come to cliMes wlth.-...--P on me. Besides It side ways that l outanher curls? CHURCH NEWS was squeezed anyway. Ted E. should chanJe hI.s cords? ONLY ONE LIFE TO LIVE s U n ·'I.('l 's ix>Rin on'r nguill:· tlow. oftell WI' or tWllr Ihat 10 :00 A. :.. � �}��:y a::I:� Dorothy L. and Elna T. pt anrry with ��p� : l:'::"� ' Bible ;::�'and !�:; � � each other? phrase! In en'ryday uffairs WI' "flt· n · 'shlrt Ihings (lvI'r·· lind l'UII class. tl'ons to the �ntrary. Belna leap foreet to remtnd h.1J usually ·foq�('1 fornwr m ishlke\. . over, you might think some tirls , Prof. Hona' should 10:00 A. M.-Norse Services CompoelUon · class that would elM up a b!,!.. Howaoever. 11 P'reshtnan Hut wilh Tillie it is difft'n'lll; WI' t'llltllul n'uIli Tillll'. Thuugh 11:00 M,-Engllsh Servlces. they weren·t hlllh 5Chool _studenlll I' may dll t h i ngs (Jw'r. Ilt'Vl'rillt'll:'sS whut \\ 1' ha\'I' dOIH' remains; 7:00 P. M.-Luther League. Dr, C. there·s any difference. It's only for the W m k · hl'lp us I\void mis­ Quevl1 the speaker we ('Illmot live a li fe uj.{uin. Lonking IHH·k lIluy wun,t wtlllhil to help the :I�:� �;:� � e::::\l: ��e� :: J=ey:,f�? takes in Ihe fulure , but luuwnlillg owr fuilllrl's is llst'less, for lilnt, an ��:: : ...: durthell\ l).omes at hlm ;nterta1nlhll t.<; /o(<X's forward. 1101 hack. '�11 � ���� :.:: . ee :00 m n P. to be prim? 8with P. O. Benrud. In�:aC:��n. a l I 'I a ' l ree L. didn't tum poUUc1an? h 1 pnlCUclnll �e 'Same as oeO uur ��:NI1�� ��:.t�'���r'�YI��:\�;' \�:,I' ��:s��:�·eIIrfll\� :���(' I:lt�·��. ;:��: 8 uU m UlUal. They should fO!'f'!t to sm1Je? E. Dorothy II\na" to are rain&" without ahead one day in which m'ver IX' IiYt"tI again, OIW tilly whoSt., �: t�� M�I!:e�:nX::�:� :y :: make an �ppeannoe f this year, but IIOme has st&rt.ed 8111withN.a should Itet,cls ('annul bt· dllllt' over, on(' day on whil'h Ihe wortls ,WI' 1I11t'r Krledler and Mrs Ludvlll Larson. tmualearly Ue on? ",ay. tha, alni to oo l'ulinol hl' r('t'lIl1l'd, Hill' <IllY which m"�' hl' tlur Ins!. WedlieKay. Jan....ry '9. triumph which has been Oarry L. ahould foreet. h.1J ·'lIne." "Yuulh Sl.'urns 11111.1 wash's tilll(' whell il could bt, llIud" lIsl'ful. 2:00 P. M.-Ladles Aid meet! In The grealellt hls . Old age saves ii, priz(,s it. wisht·s for ilion' of il wht'll il is tou lutl', '· 1 the sonil you IinII and the smiles �i· ��� :=;�:�ng� .:.un:�:k� It is trllt· that thl' ol der Wt' hl'CUIlH'. tilt' lIIort' Wt· n'u·lir.t' whut u �::�: :::::. Mrs. B. B1nl&nd lind pen went down to Spanaway Lake, e&r you 1IIRr that's maklni' the sun thine sl'riollS thinR life is; yel 10 �\ollih lifl' sl'I'm� l'lltlll'ss, alld youlh Mrs T. O. BVIln: entertain e t like this, ·'\Y hu l if I d" mukl' mislukl's today? 1�!�:.::���nnual meeting of the :���r =:� :!:��: l ilo(uresifsomcthing . \VlIltI I don·t do my hesl '.' \\·hal if I do wlisl I' lilllt"" , Then' is No hawk& were In slllht but on a IOIJ In Thunday, January 10. plt'nly of it. TOlUorrow I will /old husy,'· We Appreciate Your �� view ",ere five quales sltUnll In a �� � �� = Reheat:S&1. 1 TIl(' only Iruuhll' is thul for son p,'rSOllS tOillorruw lIl'n'r Patronage u t ,Satllr'Uy, January l·UllIes. I I docs qUl'l'r Ihal Ihl' t h i n gs do ill lift, IlIlist reHe took ca�ful aim and shot stn.lght '' I W I1 ll Il Rosso's Garage ttlroullh every one 01 the quale!!. The ' · 10:00 A. M . .... t a ..a urdlly School . ::}�! �')�\;! r�:II :;����:I 11��;�� �\,�:t�;� �\�t�·( \�.:: �;�:Ii ::� 1;; I�t�:;s�� � �1\1 1\1� �� Coa;u'lrmaUon .Class bullet struck the Ice and bounced. up Madis on 107-R-1 half done!.. l A M J . oI Unl ""'" C h h "' O ' ' '= ' I ii lO :: ' lii":=. l�;S : s .I 1 I�: ' , Tobacco.. Cigan and === :;:�::;;;:=:::;:;:;=:�:;=�t pr�:�; J��: tlll���,l�;�(�. ;�'��:):��:·';:I ����' I::· l lo 1::�:;l�, � ��; ; I�; . �I\: Cand.ies. Magazines. Papers hesl is nmw lOti Joltl(MI'· surely 1101 lou goml In do during II life �::::d"';::'''' = � f -:::­ whit'h is too shorl unywuy. lifl' Ihul t'UllIwl he dOll{' IIguin. California Floris.. Thoralf L. Pedenen Neal E. Thorsen c.& Flower., POUed Plaat. 807 Pacl!lc Avenue Hair Goocb, Ibtr Dyes. 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Stuen had as t.s of, our own leaden In leartl1nl. aq. ! ,I.. ' The Moorlnl Ji,!"ast Party become Ted Stensland�rmer student, o of lIil:ti. and athleUe coach at the hllh school In We '-;II mo1J that Oil Thund.aya: 1Ife (JUelta tor a He1J Yean dinner, Mr. Knd l1me for the ba.5.ket. 1 a reallty In the early part It'll tate a Ha�, and Mr. and Mr5 B. � , do not pUler In. the chApel for the us· Reuons-lt win promote the sene!J.l Weatport, Oreaon. ball ctTb to Iftl over that " measly" lit. . . start the ball rollin&" for social events. ual seaton. Lout Thuraclay one. of our Ludnr l.6non. tie ··2t:· I t n I� =��' faculty ltarted. l.oyaUl to1J&rd the ���r : .: =�;::'i.!:� t.s rn:��:y-;t�l ;; Befon It wu twenty more 5hoPPins l ::-; o Ue butldlfll to the north WIth ll� all . O. A. 'I1nIebt.ad and. Mr. and . __ days before . Now It t.s twenty ! contt'llt. b e th dInner a at �:: =: �� -= )(n. O. J. Stuen u IUt'lIt4 more ItUdy days before fln1sh txamS. 1 2. All Freshmen sho; more av,'e and . Norman Lanslow, .1ccompanl� �::::: : k· . No more ttn:� In the da!Aoorn. I respect tor thdr luperlor e1uamen' the by h1I WUe. formerly M.ba Anelle Dahl. .day by the total of abee n ee t.be t rt&lll1ium __ . t in honor of the An en e t.s In Ne1J York on buslneY. SOphomores. devoUonal aen1ces. . __ 1Jeddfnt: anniveraartt'll of Mr. and Mrs Ta! Tal You'U hear from tht.s column o be· Marian Aalbu; a Iludent here Lu . It ever a penon "'or:e a "1Iheej)1ah- J: O. X&tder,. and. Mr. and M�. W. J Reason: Rnpect to elden 1.1 i apin ntllOt seme.;�r. . '. t . .. tOmlnr cload. for the )'Qunl· . I.!i livin, with her parenta In St. artn. · our estet'mt'd te&cher eert&ln.ly P'rMd. .... enjo� by faculty m",m· Not mt,hty dtotds make up the .sun of 3. Sophomores . more �trlctl) atUe. Where .she t.s attendln, high dl.!ipl&yed. a " muttony" upect, as be I ben and trlenda at the home (If the ImmeclJately ret.r"aeed hlI It.epe t.ow:anl �rier"" a.fUr'day ",venllll', Dt:eember I school. happlnes.s belo.,: to gum chewing reru1aUons. the-Itudent·meeUni room. evadlq: fair 211 __ But little acta klndnes.s which anyone Rea.sons: It Will prevent the n�ty of WOrkinl overUme and of attting JI Tornld NeLson. a fonn",r student. I.!i P. 1.. oo-Ms. ra\bend In the daJt"ocnrj' �r. and Mn.. .R&mItad and famlh' may .show. ,======:::; I bad tJOampl", for the- Freshmen. "ttenrtlns the University of Wuhlnl- and who had .wit.nes&eij the lone pU· I�nt Chrlattnaa 'eve In Bothell ..1th artmaae to t.he chapel and were wa.I� Mn. KYlndlQl. . Ramatad' mother 4. All mlnon be In bed when lIght.."' ton. . w1th " merry ha·ha!"·. Three 1U",-Je5. Chrlstmu day th�y were Inl Beattlt' w1nk. tJOCt'.pt for 5pedal .�tons Friendship & Reason: Nature's grea�t beau�y ald MIM Emmeline Quam. '21. wu mar· wha wu It ? 1PI1th M.n. Burkes, M.rs. Ramstad's sil;· Bir.thday M ottos ned to Bernar K 1rkebo. a former stu· is sleep. 29. I am con�nt, I do not . Mi. and Mn. Xuler and family sll""nl :i: BIJser and better ber-rdll be rtl.1st'd dent, Saturday. Deeember W. ,. as It will, the world for me by younl men of the coll�. Chrl.!itmas with Mr. and MrI. Qeori(e Re&SOns: Too numerous. but Insl"n1- Miss Amund..son. a teacher at P. 1.. C When lusa and fret waa an my fare j Fisher of Tacoma. Chrlatmu day the)" ' In 1927 I.!i attendlng Mfttropolil:'"ll Bus· ft ,ot no around that I could see to menUon. 1 vWted. Mr. an� Mrs. John Tenwlet In nes.s Collele In 6eatUe. 80 when away my ca.r1n1 went lj;--- tlcant. 'rt¥,ttt r: �JIiii� ;Y1_ 0 Aberdeen. --6. f'aculty tnembers remain Just a..'I I , I counted cost and WL'I content. • they are. Cr. Skattebol and fapl..lly VI.!iIt.e9.� Complllll(,lIts of -BYJ"O:n . � the Xav er's jU3t before Chrtalnlll.s Reason : �t well enoulh alone Weary Crib Find. Parkland Shoe Shop 6 =<')1 • C e mi al Study l AgenCY The oeneral F1reproonn' Co "uick Way Out � 1 r: �;:; i i Plllns ALLSTEL E Equlpment __ !I Dr. R. A. Hedberg The wt'&r"Y reporter hAd a column to .blo Repair F. Visell Company IknUd • fUi His mlnd ....M . a Jumble of words r,.... ou. aNI,A�ries I Phone M..a1n 2870 tI09 1·2 Pt.c1Uc·Ave 804.� �delJty Bldi. TACOMA WASHINGTON The dlcUolllLr)" Ab' Theres a clueI The Student." do say ��ssas;e:� :��J:� friend Webster 8OOKS£LLER�T"nONEas D they have neve! been Turnlnl the paces with a "'eary hand Phonl' Main 14M in Tacoma unless they FLOWERS FOR EVERY -foe the day's work hAd been hard -and OfCASION Dr. Archie G. Hicks 1011l--6OlUe words supested themsel. have eaten at ves;_apprehension. thorouah. herd. cryRust B?::�� Floor FLORISTS lni(. swell. accouplement, ;abyrtnth. 11th at Pt.c:1flc Ave. A Phon M. n l Pa neut on. bale ni chlorlde Car{Yle'. 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Mae Keith and Ronald Jacobaon y I uc n e n perl n t y-mlnute � Mr Elvestrom. rteld manager and . moo "' l odll Each �rson (011011>'11 preclsely CoIU- celved 1Nd& In " Cla�nce " a fouT-act · � $CI p President Ttngelstad \1l1ltf'd Call't omla �:�:t��h�::'�!. ��7:h"::er��� h�ld tc! ,et the students . att�tomed to tlolaly. the fOOts�� of the one pr�· comedy by Booth Tarkl�,ton. chOllen the ne..... sl;:hf'dul� and to Ih"e the teach- Inr hi",. Not one lI�p!i oul of line or j the U�rary- Drl.matlc play to In the In�refil of the Pacific Lutheran 1 5lud�nts ..1$h for beer on Ice. Collev o\"\'�lopment plan presented at The 5tudenLS ...-ho dldn·t ,0 to th� ers a rhance to IlMlgn leMOnll for the �::�!:��l5m:� :��y�:'ed hUd : Ir1v..n Ihl5 year. all of them except t.,.-o EUffka Santa tame don't kno.· II yet. bul th..y n�arly nl'xl day, On Tuesday at 8,1!i the Tryouts for th� cast .'ert' completed 1 ����=�h�=: ::d:;:';.f ;.!:: 1 yesterday Ro\.a. San f'ranclsco. Sant. a:.rbara. Iml their prlu." }'elleT'll and both tms claM"'ork st.rted In eamest, .nd �ork wlll � commenced . I Although s.I'\·l'ral of lut s.l'mt1lter's GI kelball teams. due to tl'ndency of lhl' Lont BeRch. Hem�t. Olendale, ZelUlh' b l i nd I ( i ' k flT'llt .rrlvals arC! laughtn, at their un- at once. th.t the pl.y may liven I dl.sco�In U:' \�:s:�: h , fortun.te follo rs who tlll plodAngeles. .I1'uad�n•. San 011'11:0, ?wot- l "��C:. I� ll&i: t:nrt�:hc)�\::; ':n)'�:�I; I ::"�:;:Itsnhl':�'��tuden .... . . Sometlm� durtnl the month or March h e . t�rson. Sacramento. oakland. and Or- : �Xf"Cut� 'ould h.'·� !I�,I'en all a fret' I Among ihese student.s ..... find one. a dl dram.tI(" ydia SUxrud the 1& ���� to "the prison !" 80mI' onl' an- ach L ! tr.nlifl'r from unlve,nllty of Wuhlnt- nounces. land, C.llfornla: also Ol,.ndal,., and rtd� to Klnttdom COm.. ' "M.rch! Rllht. 11'f1. rllIl'lt, I: co . EUg1'I\e, Oregon bus drt"er had a big heart and Ion. • nd three .·ho have transferred left," The play Is a comedy such only l a M'!!iult of this "'ork the membf,r- at thl' tl'QUl'fit th� studl'nLS k.lnnly from thl' ColIl'1l:e of Puget Sound. time the Niles from the I Booth Tarltlo.wn can "''rtte. Cla�nce By th� ship of the O\"velopment A:;..oclatlon and \'ery considerately left the light i Many new "C6lJn;n hav; bN'n added wlndO"'S have lOUd h. .... ' haw!! I a retired World War IIOldJl'T, In h� has IncTl'LSI'd from to membf,nI off. ...·hlch. of ("ourst'. left th�m all alone , to thl' schedule Il� this colleg�. gll'ln, Sno.,...b.lb art'bfo.come �lted .t the onlookers ' search for ....ork coml!'S to the officI' 01 Th� total cuh contrtbutol'd far .nd sn.rtd , ? the dark We kilo..' 1 the studl'nLs a �ter chance to gel the Wh�ler. who encount.etlnl dom. '1.424.00. In addItion several sUbstan- .·ho appl't"Clated the lack 01 l Iumlna- i subjects thl'),-dislr-e mOiSt. EIght COUrst'll which pt"a·r. causes them to duck and d\!.aP� I Mr. dltllculUea. He decides to hire ' I h"'e � addl'd to lh� rt'Iular courses Yes, you've lUes.sed the reuor: (or l estlc Ual donations h.ve bNn promtsed_ tlon. How about It. Bill? nce at a m.Jfl or aU work at his Clar'l' In nearly all of the COngregations WrlJ. any"'a)' an en Joyabl1" rid,. of t ht fltst semestl'r. namely, Oral Ex· stt.nle behavior the atudl'ntt of home, due to the fact that Clar'l'nce can commH\.e'('!; hav� undertaken to carry hao b)' all, prl'"s. loll. Methods and Tec,hnlque, BI�- thts P. L. C, The pRth from Chapt"l to the drive mull'S without s",·e.rlnl. It de;y e 1 e " And I at� th� OOloney. ·· I tha l e . ;:1::an:��!·;� �\�:; : th':�:�:: ::I.n bulldlnl "..as wide enouah for only ;=er .!,!� =rs.t:� ;: ..:�� I:,��:er'I':':�=!:' , I' IIUI. . Branch�s. and Economic ProbI and 1'fipt"ClaUy great Interest "'as mani. 1\15 vinnlng "' I to Cl'l'I'nee wh.o .ith 1"\ ' " h l th In clearlnl up .1I th� family I :�= , th:h:�:�ISd::: �� t�n;: :m::r� �:= e:::-n!�. �places _med .nxlous to ha\'e the chOir This may attrtbuted to sever.1 reaThe ea.t u folio....'. m d O o t I t Le�:r� �; ;a�: t�: :� �:�I .�;���� ��' ;:i;r 'h�m � nnlng to : ::�t. ��e;· �.�::us:;�.v ;��:� a talk " I' ea f d k Ann r W g 1 'I' e Ag.ln t es O m n ' hlng ; l . l or h a d to � :I � ; : r:;: I�:�e \�:rI:': : ������ ����� o� ;:��::, 0::' �:�for;:r: ;;t :�0��:��!�: ::: \ "sr-ee " S � �y �e:��er � u:� � � congngatlolU If this IMP ean be made." r a large uaudience Mae Keith at the meet- The boys·lL"l'rt' especially gOQid-natund out to encounter for the flnt time the Violet Pinney said Doctor Tinglestad Mr Eh't'5trom dreSSl'd Inll of the TTlnlt). Luther League, Sun- "'hl'n the)" lIot an opportunity to ..'uh smiling (aces of the �n, twenty, or C�ncl' Re)'oold Jacobaon .·orklng out a sehedule and m.klnll da �'. January Alfield Tuuka Doctor Quevll told the I1J'ls' fa�s. Of course the i\rls- thirty children on whom they are to' Dell. protestf'd. but that made It more In�r try thl'lr pt"dagogtcal tIlIents. SOme of Dinwiddie cal'l'lul Investigation regardln.: thl' COSI briefly of his recent trip to Europe. Carl ColLOm t lI u t t��� � :��:���11f tem tanley Beren WJn Mr_ ubert n th IO S : �; S �:lCl ��,a:: : ns i :: ::::� ;�� ::�r:� : h � H ob ; them ar ve�ra at this aving t e J ' f n r ��� :a: :f t�se: I �: �� t pl :: � �:; ;: EI T e s 3 The neIL" student.'! Ihis semester are taulht already for the sum of t"'ent)", VERNA GANO LEAVES TO submitt ed. and 1t',,1J] be decided Il"htth_ beforl' the .1 ar ' I er OT not the trtp ..ill bt taken Con- weeb. one whole seml!'Ster.' Conce rnin Ir'I'land. the flnt coun- tlO,O bo)" , Einar 5andbruten and JOIN TEACHERS' RANKS There In the course of the 5f"C<Ind lif'm""'l.I'r IT)' 1'I5Jted. gh� said. "' When Ireland is r.d Klrchhof. and nine girls, Kunna twelve practice �henj t� .ttempt Will be made to reach P"Ilcelul, the� be no mort' Ir'I'- Hoff. H�len Downs, Grace C.nt. Olenda from ?woclflc Luthl'ran Coll� thl5 year Vema O.no, one of tl\e memberl of Water5. Op.1 Harvey. Th�la Anderson. many con�atlons as posIIible north land " oo the Moortnl Mut taff, ha ng of Parkland, as ·thl' representatives �c. En,land. present� I Helen Qualset, Leona Forsberg. Mar- The sch ls and those who teach at pleted her course S m.\d ...t WillCOEIIbe next them are u follo...s: ceeded III ,1s1t1nl about tnrff-Iour'!hs I �d plctur'l' compared with Eng� I Jorl� MeOo\"ern. ' \\1th Us no longer. � O�o wu of thl!' congregations south, dunng the , land bl'fore thl' war. Economically. i A number 01 s�udents have aLw dls- Parkland: Eliot MickeLson, Miriam I managing editor In Im�38. and durtna p&lit �mester It confldl'nU), hop- England Is In the worst condition of I continul'd their studies hl're for this Helmdahl, Helen Westby, Mnl. Opal ! the lut femester was the mak� . e rhaps aI I en ' Of . or & �� In�-, t:n:":�:h �= ;��=V:��ll�:r::: Hal'Vey. M.e Woimacher, .nd Walteq editor. She now leaves to jotn tl\e I ">�� l' r :::�� :O��>I::� :': :I �,;�, pe '" ., ' '' IO'�"''bb. .. ,.'. � .. .ll n French: Femhi l: Ethel Johnson, E1- of teachera who have gone out u If&d� l A certain bachelor promlSt<i th.t. as , turin for hl'r to recoVI'r:' 5a Id the Silorr, Vema O.no. Ole f'\OI', LeU Kllp· na -Trulson, .nd Marte G.Tdlln; pan- uates from the Normal departmen' of S i th1a school. Memben of the .talf Jotn ..oon the soal ot 10.000 membenl shall 'speaker. """'n. SIlUro BJelde. Alfred H.u,1' havt' been reached. ht5 wtfe .sh.1I be I Out..·.rdly. Germ.ny seemed least ' As most ot the new studl'n!.'! are Ir1rLs. a.... y: PhyllJs O",nde and M.rvln i In' lViAhlni their former co-worker number 10,001, Such confidence affecll'd by the "'..r. Her people are a I and most or the students who a� leav- Howlck: Jeffel"5On:, Irene Moore. In her future undertaldnp. sUr'l'l)' bring success to this I"nterprIM- . 'Continued on PasO' Four) : Ina arl' boys, the i\rls have . slight rna cc::==--::=--::=--:c-:=--:c ::-= :-::--:c = = i Jorlty ol'er the bo)"s this semester . SWISH. SWASH, SOAP, U=-SUDS, SCR B ---�. BI BLE CLASS HELD FOR DELEGATES U

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you think ),0\1 11 .... Inl! W(' may lIet ov�r Ih15, but "",1'"11 11(,'" the �me all'ah\ Publ� r\'ery n:o lu dunnl 'the' 3Chool �_� by the �'\ldl'!H� of ?aciOe r Jllnu':r�" :l�, Whllt • I"f!I1t'ft E:cltrn, ,, · Lutheran Coll�, Parklaoo. WL�hlngl.Qn It I've" aUC't'1JI o.ur 1.'O�k" 1 ovtr! SU�IlUor), one ��ll.! per }'tar. book.!!. Carl Coltom t!pprd I h.· Entnt'(! 19Z:;. at the Prittil QHict" at Parkland. M'COnct cllll!oli malter. OCtober ·hole nickel at dlnnt'r ton.hllli r�l\II . ... WL�_lnit(ln. under th" A<:t or March 3, I� January :z8' WI' kne...' thl!'N' Can You Imagine . The dUlicul ('S undoubticoMly. tht . p.henomenal ,moun\ of snoYo'. but 1 moet I�portan! thlllg In collnK'UoQ dldn·t Edllor'IIl,Chll'\ Ir1'lle O�hl Eliol with different laugll? �lIt\� ."t·d _ an £�khno ��I��w�lIor JO ..lth thtm " Marlt cut:tlllg htr Mit? 'Ask RI'd about 0':'[ camuUll until wt ,actually ",," �lnrg a����� It.. As Oanl�1 Bootu' uS«! to gy. ·A 1It:1" • John WII"!It' Mak('up ECHOI him. Oon·' gf't eKclted follul. ·�·R� S)lOrt Editor Erllnll Jilcobown Hungry nOI �tlllg? If'arnln,· til dinltf'roull thtnl:' but If only "'·f'nchy arB� In all J;llb Soy·� Sport" Man'hl Ho...·lck !" basktt? thtrt' IS man�' bn\·t ptOplt htrt' at _nL'lmel)' hll' E5.klmo outfll.· Gtrn. Sport... Domtny Ebersole Emma....mLulnl Ithout th(' ..trt'mblL.n!('· on h �s t hl' rolLl'll' HO.....!<Oe\"t.r. "'ot havt found t Jllnullry What makf'ft more nOL." . Ol1:amU\Uon� . ()cIrothy Ll'hm8nll . Elna Trul'<On. &1111 John�n. ChrlsUn� Johnson ' r thlll IJoont' .... u "lIht akm t l It �- I :)�or.m:��...,!md;:ra f�'�:r S;�::��II:� Humor and F('Rlurl' Illgt'borg Boll'itad. Gtorh�rd Molden u���. �.:��out .. ('Ibo....... . . �lr;.lct � ffi 011 Alumm / Syh'la Llu"llon: Rudolph Sandrl'1lOn tht' tabl('? IIlI! a 'dallKrrmls thing. � many Ilr'Ol'lI lion Cora and mill. Chaprl Tl!llk" Ing': OOpi('rud Red C �Ilhoul Marie. ha.� turned pal,f' al _Ing sq ·Ut.tlt I January 30: MI.u Stl_rud hlll'i try -out, t;xchall(f'f'll JQhIl Johnson Campus Local!'i Atilt'>' Klipprll E,·tt�·n not dolns t�'plng for :lOme' )·OUIII Il'amlng alld fhmkl'd lilt' l'itudrnt.� on ' for ColL",r Play. f'1:lrult) NrLl.·s Harold Jolm.o;on mall'" Ihr llpot. : January 31 : Mon tryOUtll: I BUSISIESS DEPART)(ENT 1 "'rnl to LUlhrr Uallir SWlday �tinJfl-ry I : Sl�l car scrvlct' 11.1111111 Eliot Mtchrlwn Th(' gl ..l� ",·ho ","rnt to Spokanl' .'18y nllfhl Ilnd hrard Dr. Quevll trll Ilbout drmor.\Lzeci. Thr 'day studenls ...·111 . t b l all right. u ':I:;:: rno: ��i: �.�;t � :;! /:vt; ::.s���:he hllbll of �rrh'Inll ( ; IRCUI.ATIO!,; t t :.:� ;:I�.tC��)�:) �i::r l'r t r I , u AO,,·t:RTISI!,;O thrn:.. Thrrt �!n·t any morc b['U.8·bands February 4 . Y(l'" �Irell)' too? Oerhard Llu,f' '. "" oh." pict"� .. ,,, Au,,"". <he Oe�.n .,. """ " i Feb""', , 01,1. hm 0 0 R m" " " k t e · ll r h d t n Ewlyn SOlum :�� ����I�� �'�I:� :�::. �t!n .� t:';: �� �'e;o�� O���)'I�� h:'��:l'�II���Y:�: i j ll . \ ".UTI.Tt' "DVISERS 1II.(11rll In Turkl')' sll tn their hllfh "1IiIhl'�' art' 811 Llngel.s .·""·ORITE SOSGs ) N.· · J. HONG do"'s and "·a\·r� at �lr�llgr grnllemen' Bill N ,-Forglvl!' MI!'. o J STUEN . t h ht o n U �:�.l �:e� �;:�: ·s Orl'L1 t . great girl, · ------- \\'ELCOME TO lOll [ yo! ;\.e�as��;)�to �::�:: :::� �.��� :�I!'�h: � t.� c� ;;;�":��:. �:a� . Hale to �;rt ltp TIH' Ill:'' S(·� toul t" l"lll, WhiCh slllrlt-d lust �1�lI1dl�Y. W;lS ,\ wd;I'd of differ<'lIce It makel'i whether you 'ftrc thinif!'. aln't lady-lIk('. alld I �t .thp l AtIll(' T.\""<:'Oh. Ho.... .....--. I .' lilt' n'glslrullun of llIallY III"\\" st udl'l ll s. \\ I' Wish 10 wI'kul lW one ?·thl' mRln Illllar� or ,pHll'i of Ih(' T...rk..y 18dles could Irarn a lot from us. In the. MOrlllrut: . . do all Wl' l"lI l . lu lIIa kl' it plt-asl lI ! fur srhOOl · Thl'rf' Is 0111' thinK thLlt ml\"ny pllr · Ot'Orgr C.-I Call·l Gh'l' 'You Anythlnl( Ihl·1Il 10 0111". Sl:honl anll WIll ('lib could l..am from thl' If'Cture. ho.... · • Bill Lovl". Bab)' Iht'IIL dl'sl l I'" tlll'il' holll(·skklll'SS. ,,',. hupl' tht·y win fl'I'1 ai , , ltol�lt· in nUl' l1lid.sl.lIn�! l'l�jny t lU' l l st · h· , ·s as lIl ul'h as .w'� l' ll .io t.\· l Mr All l\lyhrl' had an I'ncounter ; i!Ot'\·rr. which I� vrry tmporUlnt J,_Would You- Care ? with Mr. RflmMRd thl' other night. Dr QUel·lI ..lInnounClXl-- emPhflllcally I EBeancR vf'lyn S _Altf'r My LaugM!'r Cam" ,,·t·lllg Ih" 111 at Ilns Illstllutl,'II. . Mr IhLlI parrillA .should not bl' .sparlnil: Ttar� \\· hilt, Wt' ar,' ghHI In St'l' IIt'W studt·llls. WI' alsll sh al l miss EXI)IRnations ,.:111 Ix> Int order.. and .�Ia t'ment thai ht with t heIr chlldrl'n In rl'gar�� to good ' Blld M.-AIl}·thlng You Say. make� . '''111\' til" 0111' ft·I /o\\" ,stlltlt'.III�) whn. through tli ffit-lI lt it's til' i,111':tSLlI'I'S Myhrt' lilt'.\' an'. l'IIt'IIUl l h'l"lIIg, rlll.d it 11t·ITSS: tI"�· lu It'lI \· I· . "·1' \\Ish �lwl1l wil l plen d u'nworary Insanity rood to I'at. �ueh crum j(n� butter· l oerr } L -The \)al Thll I Lovf'(\ Siolt' . rIc . a>; 11-Ll.OUld SIlVI' mone) In the thl' Oal That J Loved . ";lInTSS tilt' fulun' ;,11(\ hk" ttl h;l\'t' II11'1II knnw thal lh,·.\· WII\ :11' Mr Hong n'ad an anllounceml'll\ )Olli! rlln In doclor bllll'i and slckneSA' P.-h She My Olrl Friend? \\;ty, lit' wI'k,,"l!' anllill/- !,u:o; IIguilt. tumdl'd 10 hIm onr of tht' Enll\ll'ih The �tlmpkln Shl'll hlL5 vl'r), good , Ben Mlkf' · J.-J...1i1 a UIIII" Drink. -} . ('laMes: ·· Notice-lmp 1 don·t knoLl.· , '�'t·_ert'''1ll nnd twalth.\' lhlng� ilkI' thllt Lillian A -I Wanna Be Love<1 By You A PRORI.E)1 '� (,O.Enl"CATIO:'\ . I t Ultle BlACk MIiMachr ' , Tht' o. 0, to. t'at. bu It dCM!.sn·t help Ull much if j Eleanor Co-t·dul'atilUJ. has 1""1'11 ill pral'li,'1' IUllg I· tl l lll/-! h 1'01" i l s n'sulls who thl' hl\l).� nr... Ihough loday aftl'r Glr}�: tht' parent... don·1 send tht'lr cblldl'('n Carl A.-Afler )"vt' Callrd You ....· t<et· 10 hun' So,· i,·nlifk va l tlt'. Tllo' t l l U'st iun which nlt\\ :l ri st·s is R. w:�1 B"'l'tbal1 game wIth Mrs. Rarru;tad. Rny mon(')'. f'rL('nd ? Ciln HOW . heAtl 'I ht'lllt'r IIl1'So,' rt'sulls hnn· lH.'t·n lH"llt'fi ..· inJ ur dl' l ri lll t ll l a 1 0 It. n l'l I - This I� nt'w! U\'!i Ihe first tlmt' "'.1' e\·t'r A ouncl" at ICt' crealll I� better tha,n Elvt'ta H.-My �t.r Call You l I gi In our' a qUArt or mffilclne. !'flYs I . and you d M tv H.-The Sheik Cum·1 t " lI u tt· nl1' ..·klll· has macit, a stall-nlt'll l wh ich s. huw s . knt'..... that ....r Ihad R personwonderfu Il . . n n r l · 'I 1I t 1 II t ��;:::��.��I ::f\11�: t;; :;�:. :��: III: IJ,'f� )� ,�·i;a'I'i t;:l�:�. a�r�i�I:\... �:'I� 11,1�:�:'.\ , ,11 :�.� � ;����\ t;�: �1��� · �a���� �::J:: � .'::�:I! ::�-.o:� :�· l: rl��� I 7.: � .�::�Y�os::��:r�o Me no . 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' is :0;1 til ill thl' "!-!I"U\\ i t l � paills" ,;1;\/.1t· IIf adol..,sf't.'b. 6. 1929., . I Anna A.-Whe� 1n thr World Is Ih('rf' . whitt· I III' boy Count that day 1000t Ma and PfI· SOmf'Onr For Me? · t TI t II ft l · fI ' ' I · t I · k I I:: De-ar I ha\·f' u o )· WhOM' 10\11' descending sun ' ' som slncl' time I 10 t' \\: 1 �:;t: :: · ;�; � I ! . ; ::��\f !�::�1 ) : I �I . ::�: ; I ; . ' �I�t:�: : i. i� . I II ' I I I ' � ::;�:\;f ll1�ltl' \\"y:jl(:'�;::. n i I About rtr£ only pre-war standu.rd thLlI ,:, n,II,·gt· rOIllIlIWt·s. .1 :tI-t'dunlt illtl fib th�' girl · fllr I�fl' l�lttl 1·:t IlS�·S ::::\"�;�e:\�\: �a�� I;Xpl'ru;I".s hlL5 not , V �:S\\�:;t�y ��·tj:� :olle . '. >1,.'" Itl \\·;Jstl· lht· 111Ilt' hi' should I .. . IISIII/-! tn l'qtllP hllll ..l'l f fl l r n.l' �n wo�dering. 1s il lL5 cold At l rn abW! get baek :: ; : 1 ��n�::du':n-:. bt' \\" home it ha.� been here these Ia.\{ Toba('('os. Cigars and III l'tlltdllSillll :t1h·i So,' four \"t'ars IIf l'IH'lltH'aliotll f"r u · IIU'I1; alld fur l l 1·1 I. fUllr .'"I' u rs ;1I1;UI1� 1111'11. This n ' IH"l'sl'l I ls ':to ::� :� 1'::�:"1;:����:. �:�.��� �:�t�;� Candies. l\1IlKazines...4 Papers I",tHlt"I' tliffinllt prnllh'lII i ll matlU-lllal i,'s whidl WI' II';!""· II I t i lt' ,,1ndow Opl'n according to advice from Ttabell'& Tamilip Thoralf Lo P••dt>Nf>n !"t ·adl'!" 10 suln'. I.. K. the hYKll'ne class. and the radiators Placl! 801 PIlcUlc A\'l!'nu(' l Tao_ . w "h___ I I :\fnill ;S2:\:l· 92.1 Pm'j!ii e :\\"1'. om�.� ��:: ,-__�_ CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS ;:!::����':��lj:l�; �;;::�:�o:r:r J � _ d I h :I! (' \---------. I I Chili and Tamales that are \\"t.thwsday. FI·hrllary Ii· :!:INt p. Ill. TIlt' l .a d il's .\id ll t'd s ill �::;IJ... : CO::H':hO��:; �� a �r�:���n� t--�' Ihl' dWI'l'h parlors 1'llit·rlllill\·tI Ily "rs. F . 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Hig Q'ol;tterence of Lutheran charts. and other eqUIPmtnt of said ' T Pro�r8m Is Planned, �(udent8' Union i o. follow the, mrthlcal axiom of :��L:;�:ea:�h "'����;c:.�d=��I� : gradt'. ngton, perhaps the m Obse e Was of elementary 'alion h O 5 5C � and pleaded for better understandlns �' l' .:� ! ! l"Ol'i h.l 0 n \ Reunloll-the . annual homtcomlng of D In a 'er lo race Irene ahl came I t In ' Unt wn.h lhrpc more votes 'than ��::; :��!:��::���:�t��: .CU� �J �:l::rla�k:get.ea: :�dS:�:: �1:�ne:.pe�� ��:t����w�a:� aU former �tuden� of Pacific LutherH John Goplerud She ",111 represent Pa'- !he schools vl$lted jlre Parkland-'and team would be: '"We wlllh you no hard why President-elect Hoo\'er vtslled the an Academy. Columbia Lutheran Col­ ('IfIe Lmheran College at the Lutheran Spana\\lB.y. The students make "ery Irf- luck. but "..e hope that when you leave ' SOuth American countries , Immediately lege . and Pacific Lutheran College­ of ,the things the), ' us, you will carry no victories agalmt will be held March 9. at the Tacoma Students' Union conference which "'ill ' teresling reports the . I aft�r hili election. noticed In cla.sses they ob- , us:' Those that alttended the l�ture were Hotel. 6 '30 p. .m. bf' held March I. 2. and 3 at Augus- ::: d Mr Harr lmer This Tve J Hong N year marks of te E In rthe an second " te The executhe board of the Alumni I lalla Academy. Canton. South Dakota , athletics and foreMlc rela_ old Johnson 1 coUeglate A"5OClatiQ,.n met Saturday hbruary IIr AU the Lutheran colletes In the Unted I 11 d S and elee� committee to make deSta�& ...Ill be represented at the meet- ' SteadY Progress . �:�It:���::n 60�I:;: S�t.e�S�h:1s Ing of this �nlon, I\'hlch helps to 5UP- Rewards Campaign utSheld b} the ssmf' denomlnatlon.1 Y ear's Honor R0II tailed plalls for the reuniOn The comI Altho quite Intense r:el.tloru .re members are : Conr.d Oaard. l)Ort fo�lgn mlMlonarles of th� church. , mlttet" I Lists 26 Members I Norris Langlow. to be expected to quite a lara:t' ex�nt Ruth FadneM. Irene ThOM' l\'hOM' n.mes .... ..� prf'Sented Tacoma Work Postponed Be- bet naturt.S such een of schools I tv,o. l\· : . Dahl. Mr. O. �. Stuen .nd Mr. Ph. . . students SUitable for a delegate I\'ere .cause of Bad Weather C. and Dahl La rson and Winney 8:Lead I Hauge, The I.culty ha.s also elected Ea : .nd situated as are Po Alumni. PromiR Aid Rudolph Sanderson. Miriam Heimdahl. l Departm@nt Respedi\'e , ��:,:e:: . m . e\�� Mahncke Cup Wails Irene Dah}, John Wiese. and John �eipment ....or� 1:5 progressing ' �"'�'"I1�� ��:;�_I::I:;:: . � ���::�· M�: v�r;:=���:r�;o .I I u h t ne ea h n O::e :�1lI be the fourth d�legate se;; ��::I:�. t:� �:! ::e ��:���: $'�:; year the basketball and debate fl�t :���� :r' ���:�n,:: �: ! "" �h�����tt:!���:::t�:I���e thla � ; I team 1 :; from �he ...·estern side of the M.hncke acholanhlp trophy has pas&ed ;year's reUlllon the blggtllt .nd best by this school . Martha HJermstad rep- f'][�nsIve campa plnl, Or . Tlngelstad dO a re�nted P L, C. In 1�26 llt Moohf'lld. �� ��k!�es;= �oarv�u�: ::::na: ! �l����al:n:;:d�h:�, t7 : �o: :�hp�:����yO�h:h�:::;/i��e�eh� I;�:. h�I:�. �e����t: : �::�':�:�; Minnesota: Anhur Knutzen In 192'1 1 The ..ark In Tacom. hu been post- Itllat this pracUce of Interchanrina: vislta of Tacoma Include all ItudenlA of the three In the fall 1\111 be en(Taved .... at St. Olaf's Colle ge, Northlleld. Mln- po"ed, because the Ina" hM made' ef- ; betv..een S. C. and L. C. may .nd with the nam� of the studentll In each schools, " n"" plin haa been Idopted , neSOla; Arlene SanneT)Jd In 1928 at fectlve work IrnpollSlble Many com- , .....Ill continue In time to become a tradl- department who have made �e best ....hlch. . It hoped. wl!1 lncrea.s.e In­ .. be held 1pe'Clalthe mlttees have been allpolnted In dlrter- ! l ion of the type that lends zest and scholarship record for the fuiT school I tereS!. There ..111 gath. Decorah. Iowa. '.Contlnued on Page Faun hes � begin work as �n � , Those having the highest 'grajes ering� ot every fifth clus. c�unUng back year In connection with this ,J=onferf'nCe ���,t ehu �� . ellTll c wea er .. at the end Of the first semester of this trol}l the 1929 graduatlns clau. ConI a Journalism m�Ung, I\'ill be held .t Dr. Tlngelstad spoke In Our Sav or's CHOIR SINGS AT HOSPITAL year are Irtne Dahl In the collt'se de lseQuenuy thl� year'lf spe-clal reunion l : whloh Irene, u editor of the Moo�ng u n u t I e d a h MllAt. ""'Ill � present. . ���::�� Fe��U;�: I�� :,: t:15 ::�::� I \'eterans Hear at Their Flnt ��: �:�a!:!::t.X:=��:II; ;I:�� �:.I�: :�h��,7n .��I��O�: ,::t . gallon a committee \lIas appointed to . n the normal department. ial g.therlnss of the claa&el of tlIOO and GREATEST CELEBITIES begin work u soon as the' ....e. ather I The Pacific Lutheran Conege choir I A decre'a.s.e or one 15 shown In the l1.st. I 190.2 ,,111 take pl.ce In honor of Doctor � lIllder the dlrectlon of Mr_ Edwards. but thert Is .n lncrease In the dlstln- lnngeistad. Since the&e plana wtll lake It J)O$.'Ilble. BIRTHDAYS HONORED makes Sund.y. Febru.ry 10. former stu- ' gave Its flrst,concert on Sund.y, Feb- gubhed honor roll. To make the honor l in sevell specl.1 clasaes thb year. It Is Lutheran College In ruary 17. at th(' Am�rtean Lake Ve�r- rOll one must have an a\'erage of 90. hoped th.t the members of thOIt' classes The blrthd.ys of tl\'o the nallon'S dents of P.clflcmet at Silverton. Mr. ans Hospital. The following pro- To make the distinguished honor roll. !. A Pt'ppy program II beln, planned greatest celebrities occur this month. that community ....as pre.senl and rtports thaI gram ",as gi�en one must have every �e 90 or over. I by the cummlttee. It hu promt..ed the namely WUhlngton s and Unculn &. Elvestrom se eral new students wtll be coming " A Crol\'n Grace" \ Brahms The memben of the distinguished : be&t. and bl�st .eunion Pacific LuthThe question occurs to man}, as to "'h)' here' next year. A commlt� .... elee, llnnikoff honor roll Irene Dahl. lnga Oople- eran College hu ever had. " " gnu& Del'· K these men are remembered so much to begin development plans In that longer than �ther presidents. Is It be, ted Burltl8h rud. John Ooplerud. Verna Gano. Le- I community .t once. Tbe cummltt� ' '"Df'f'p Rh'er'" lah Orass, Ida Hlnderlle, Edgar Larson. cause they were presJdents durlIli the of John Ooplerud. Martin Hat- "0. Bread ot Ute'" Christlans.en Jens Rlltshelm. Bernard sand,,1ck': 1 ST. V AU:NTINE D'A Y t....·o greatest .... . In Amerkan history? consistsEsther To"'·f'. and Peagy ooPle- l "SWf'f'1 Angel Voices'" EdWBrdl Oertrude Sydo...... and LBdelle Winney, FITLY KEPT BY GAI...A Partly. perhaps: but .bove tl\'O other teberg. I . Other membera or the honor roll reasons stand out boldly as ""e re\·le..... rud. PARTY OF DAY GIRtS' definite A p� has been arrang" M k . Lor Ood·· Brahms Ullla!) Ander&on. Eugenl\ Crosby, PeMa e d e their h1storles'. their moral character/ b I' s o t a Tl ter Flolt. Elvera Hokerutlfj. Margaret , If one had been in the vicinity of . �1 , d up t March 10. " GladsOme and their ....·llllngnCllS to saerUlce them- ed . }' Dr Orekhanlnoff Radiance'" ' Continued on Paie Faun : " Come Thou sal'lour'" Christiansen Holmbera:. Chrlatina Johnson. Mae the Day StudenlA' room on &eeond floor I selves for the Amerlcan people. Berdine Knul&on. . Eva Knut&on. at noon Thursday, February 14. he may Although thi' first of thes.e rea.s(lru . Saviour" , Christiansen Keith. Gerhard Molden, Bertha Ro e. Fred i have heard many :\ntellirent stateembodles the second. each qul� dla- FA, DOWN, GO BOOM I D'"Beautiful the short Intermission Dag- Scheel. Evelyn SOlum. Rena 5Strandtinct. It wu that "Father. I did It." l IS \\"ONDERFUL SPORT ar�rlng I menta sueh thls. "Whan aU the HIlKeness played t...·o violin SOI06: berr, and Arnold Th08telllOn. that made WashingtOn �.t . and It . noise and excl�ment about? Oh yea r Wlenlawllkt uJn1ak" -- SKATERS j, '" S'o"Kllgs was the f.ct th.t Lincoln walked slx j FOR FELLOW Imarine It'. thOIt' day Itudentl' up 'to I! som My Mother Taught Me'" Dvorak C " I mlles to pay a widow the three cents .. , et hing .galn." However, ...hen the ' UPID P EP AND JOIN up I The hospital furnished traflllportahe had IhortchaIlied her. wh.lch gave He). fella ! "WhY ��on rena stand s one had taken Just . IItUe peek �outhe . , tlon for the chOir membera, who left 0N VALENTINE'S DAY into this man popularity and reaponslblll- for a chana;e? fudle ·kltchen" ..hlch seemed ties which were entrusted to him. It '"HI. there ! Com: on over here ! Aln.t the college shortly after t�;o o'clock AT DINNER PARTY to be the center ot attracUOn as far and returned about four-thirty. . these same quaUUea together wlth ! thls keen? I hope u the day .tudentl concerned. he trust In God Which made them 5uccesa- And many and.., varied are the like With the College cUnlnl hall a.s hls betield a scene which ..ould bave. taken .t the locali CALENDAR plaYfl'OlJnd. Dan Cupid played havoc any one'a breatb away In Ifurprtae-. ful prf':l1denlli. Their lives anow 'lhat 1 expre:saloru to be heard wceb, two lut these -popularity .nd stl'e� III' not 1n I takes with bearta on St. VaJenUile', bay. long table, set for tourteen and clevel! . richea or nobility but in penonallty and 1 WoDdertul sport.-th1a aUtlnl-:-, F'IiIb,. F� u. A dainty valent1ne baaUt at the ceD- decon.ted Ip red and white, to lit t.be a hub from oocaaion. But the moat beauutul table !.nUt In one', self and 000. Throua:b ! SUdlng. gliding ove he a:UtUrlllI, I bate between -Bellln&ham Normal ter of each table, llerved slippery Icethese m.rked tralta of leaderablp, and P. 1.. C. Girls' Team at I :30. bert. whiCh the .treamen radla"t:ed. Heart. decoraUoDS, in the onlooker's eatlmatonallty. and sell aacrttli::e dlll1nc the on, on toward an endl goal. tum- BasItetbalI p.me oetWftn Spokane CoI- lollypops were placed on py naptlDa at Uon. _re fruit salad, lemon pie, devt!'a , t?) and fully Ieee and P. L. C. at Parkland. DVed America. these men IIlI and ducldng eac:h·plate. 'The ruebrinc Uaht of the food et.k.e. and, Oh, thole oll'iet. 80 that . Sa'--,., I'eIionuy II tall caDelles. ..hleb turn1shed the sole wu what It wu au about! The da1 helped pin. and. protect wbat Amer1- rishtlna dne'. sell. And then-bancl f ! ... a\&Dda IOT-llbert,. and Justice Cfaah.! ! Basketball between Spokane Ool- WumlnaUon of the dJnln( hall, added atudenta were celebraUhi Valentine'. Sure. and "fa' down" they do, Indeed 'aU. Ieee C, at Parkland. to the spltlt of fesUvity and romance. Day In • we and anI' way, The ab. "-I the path I.t tar from. beln( .tl'ewn With bet....een Spokane Oollece and A deliciOUS dinner had been prepued aener then � on bb wa,. ha t P. � 'cn::·,:::� ;. C. n t h t � C: I �ul: :�';; :I:�, �0:.n � ::� �::=: :;:: ::.� =: ��; !:n� �:!��To� humaJl �rellCtl ....ho haft between c:! P.' 8. and P. L. C. I� cnam" u the deuert. M1A1on 8oc:!ety .bekl Wedn�Y tully wiahIni he Were day ,tudent,· e th e :UPeb�e. =U:= I:==n�:Z=��� ��� ��� Parkland-�Ip m:��:� ��. � � � �':! �=�tea� /�e �Ie: Hlah 8chooI VB. 'P, 1.. C. . beard that the Olrla' Pep Club .... b",� were: lnDe DIlIJ, Ne� OWran . �. followed by a piano 10 0 jare more lOUd than the k:e" l!Io.t at 1 t;;anawen ':I"d to have been In b)t E('ftra Hokenitad. ""'lben Be\'. 0, p, ftIIPOI18I�le tor th1a enjoyable treat � IeIon. A.ona IIIckUJeoD. .,tria lMIoD. rrw." � 1 . . ...... .pft • talk. The dace or \be aftirmat1ve: Du&I debate0--8t. 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n-",­ Frbr-.rJ .. A oo"\I'noure the first advent In mark kld� Th(J8e �J;v.Uon . I . kO('> "" lot more about that than . Publlllh� rvery t.·o weeb d ng the &Choo� year by the studenu .of Pacific 1. Ellel\libur', Kame : Ttl':,:' . "t� Lu.the .... ollete. Parkland. uhi!'gton. w Better luek next time. boys. QULck Frid.,.. FHnatT If. Wanted: l­ remed}' lor blushlri,_ Any lnfonn l",. Johnn by ated appreci be tlon -.111 seerrul to Feb 20 1929 I Wanted A 1�25 model roN by wo- MDnda,. ..� U. Then! .m. un. btl much aeon,. amOl18 thOM Irene 1 1'I)ar\ with red p&1nt Edltor·m-Chlef Dear Ma I?d Pa $ .unl �urA.ssoclalt' f:(Iltor JO to1<fwuther hL'l Its .dvantaa:� I edLoat It. .atch by • boy with . erull- whO .tned thel�uek at � Mlrg.�� ���� forTh1t �,o,:i�u�L:1I0r John Wiese anyone who has ,kates and can use I �� , lland by man with �� �. � are tho!'" Sport Editor 'Erling Jacobson them the ....y can. There Is many I an elionyA smokln 5leerri slr.n.el � fInlllh, , BoY'Ii Sport!< Maryln Ho"'lck studenta whl�h w18.h they could skAte_! new ItudenU:? - Y s!r.They ' tS .Peale and OlrI I � ���)'L � e r:� lib me but can-t on account of not .. Fred L.' 'In .�Pumpkin Shelll: ��I\1 r. ....� .g ��I���� . . hI. Ylnl the natural talent. Sleigh rld- ! "What're you Eln9 Trul.'lOn. Sf!na Johnson_ Chrlstlnf' John son ltarlng at.�· Wedn",.," Febnary 1.3-- Lelah Ora!\ll Humor and F"ell.tun' I� their 1J)Klalty_ SOme eyen went·, - ._ �/Ingf:borg Bolstad. Gerhard MO�den Ing AggIe' " Otl noth l � . you dldl'l"t knOW It. she's Hn i ece ���;;L Talk��. - - . - - - S}'lyll1 Lar�n RUdOlrnhga������ sldgh rldlll'g during �x�m W�k. but 1 1 P'red was 1.. : "�ell. 05:::" It : I don ·t lI.ke SCo tch r iv. ed ne.... �hat there an f p to stared at· be g te a :�· : : n1: �=!�en�::�·esh�II::S-. _ �:�:� ?ocaIS _ . ��;. ��� � ::; �:Velll :::: :lId��g at I �culty �re klned. ,I E D P R MIda lilnderlle Harold Johnson ester. " Dld yo�e a bt,Lh? " 'j �I=23 0.1 the:�pcupt.DU: The only �ng which III k�plng me LAnle: eU ' No is then one mlSlllng only a few .- lng injury. Mlckel;�S N SS E "- T EN�arl Anderson from creaUng a sensation is that I haye The 14. Feltra.ry Y. Tb."'I CIRCVLATION But theY cost Wi& Old you hear about the Scotch- seemed strangely empty to,nllie�hool not got a white sweater but Peggy Harvey ngneS Klippen SlO and I can t think of It I can wear man ",ho went to have hll .profile plc- I because o.t all of the ylsltlng �one. ADVERTISING my whlte. middy Instead. Il.!I I don t ture t..ken? . very become to chance a had nobody Of'(lT@;e Lant Grorhard Lane think the weather wtll ever be more I Wit: Well. he only had one side of I 10000m 000 e. 1'YPING mp and raw than It wu yesterday. � Frida,.. Febraar,. U. O1d you notice that EH1}'Il SOlum I ope I do not get pne�onla or any- I hi:, suit pressed. of the memben of the girls' FACVLTY t\�VIS ERS . . thing. but allyho.w we 11 be mone.y I SOme people uy that the only dl!- many . rio have purch.1Ued. new HO ":head. as hospital expensell here don t ! ference between a lawyer and .a chureh basketball o J STUEN ? believe tliat the explana.tlon We hats am!lunt to anythlng_ ' bell Is that the bell peall! frpm the of he.adl folthe natural lIwelllng . . ."'EI.t:OME BAt:K, AI:ll MN I . Valentine lOay has now sately cam ..nd the laWyer ��aill from the I Islowing the R"lorloUll vlctmy o� SumII. I . . C . . IS sl l.11 lilt' Wlod �)Id plm't' II I Ist'd 10 1M' . ".1 1t' 1 I � .IH.11, and. went. According to the rule t1)..et ; steeple peo , ple. ! nero gllill-! W I�� I l t'n'. 'our gUlig w l i l· ill' IIm'k �l lIrdl !I. WI� I �'HI JOI l l ""all the world loves a lover" you mlg�H . 16. Georte Lane and 1111'111'" I h t n k ,If lilt' ,Lays you sp(, I�1 h" .rt, wll.h t11t'1II . ' our. rotllll- eXJ)Kt a "'t:lthllaratlng atmosphere in l Prof. Ram tad: ··How· many eliar- II :\Ionday, February nold J�n have learned that nlllh-,. ...�·uur pll.l. pt'.-hup s ymJr �llrll1glinH: . I:,.,:a l Ih�' ft:�luw \\:h:1 thlll eolltJe after this. There was .one : ettes do you ssmoke in a day, Bill?" ea:dY bars and anlm. 1 ....ckers IIIHrrlt'd lilt, girl y,ltl IIst',1 III SII . IIII- IIII' k" klng I,usl \\ 1111. ' ('so I leUow.whlch· made a mistake when he Bill: ·'Oh. a given number:' , don't fit In with Mr. Xavter's ldea 01 Iht,y will all I!" ht'n'. If you urI' old lIod grow l lip you t"1I�1 l"OIlU' sent a yalentlne to a P. L. C. sopho. ..n In Tampa. oman hiStory h!l�'k .ulld hi' rt'lllilitl,'�I , It.' �'our t·Ill."lIrrusSIlIt'nl. of t ilt' fool i sh a ll.t� more. wlthou�, enough stamp!'! on It. ... ..·om f'la., plI.ld $100 how to study R cllJ lthsh pranks you IIlSl1g!lit'd wlllk II stluknl III'rl'. If YOl l hu " Uncle Sam aln '� much on lovers I I for her husband's tuneral . expenses and � � NE (JUE . IlOt �'d rt'IIl"i1l'ti .1111' llW' uf sophistil'ul.iull.:.. yuu. t":111 I I ugh Iwurlliy guesa. he made her pay the rull then discovered that he still a!lve. i SP(,n. .11 I'f__ TO C " wllt'll a kllow dass lI HlJto l'I,(·tllIs sud I IIlt·ul,'nts. . amount before �he could see who It was ··You never can depend olt'"' some l Spoil: a lt l I 1 I I t W I II m l I��t :l)s�'ll�:��I� ii� I���' ;�:�rlu;;�� ,�::: ���:) �\j tll:!��;":f ��t:)':I ; f�;i�; fro�'e eyenlng I was walking down the I men:' she $ald_ , C:I:::yqU�:�l ::Iu: :u�,:: at Pac:�: stay f their I during alullini IIBW. Ilul l',"('ry YI'lir tiwrt:art' llt<-nwlllhl'rs udel{,fl lu yuur hall. ....hen COllege, Lutheran heard loud voices .In .. , 8 y alUllllli nssll(·ialilili. IH'W sludenls u-rst·llOol. lin d 'I,'W fal"uity IIH'rn- room nexl to me_ Being n�turally of Men ' Dormitor Studen t a two game series which I� to be play: C0unCI'1 W'II He Con rlOue d l In the local l,t'rs t'lllllill� i l l . In Imioll IllPn' is slrt'nglh l'nllW but'k and leI 's a dll.rlng dillposltlon I decldCd to look gym. all wo k lli/il'tiwr for I� biggt'l"Ulld Iwllt'r Pal'if!c l .utll('rnn .f:'QII('gt" Into the m..tter. What do you BUPPQ5r 1 . Dormitory Union meetJ Much enthUlllasm being shown In - Mol1rlll� ;\iast. 192:, . It '10'';'.1 No. It wun t no tight. but At a Men's ..tors have not . Monday evening unusual In _ I the contests u the Gladl handed them oniy a couple debaters ·praUelng for the I;grf'stheld .... shOwn In d1llc�lons to r fo�tten the defeat ·t.ETS SUPPORT! . debalft which Is to come off this 'whether or not the Although no deflnyear Spokane Iut u � c Student o c i \\'" are nllw in Iht' midsl uf 111(' dt'huh' st';lSIlIl a l utlr Cnllt'gt, . month. The}' �as ar uing over the ..vallable on the B�kane I g be continued A!�r heaU<! <U.s. Itt -dO� \.tthey Fllr Iht, pm. I 1111111111 i nh' n si ,'{, work h as hl" '11 dOll(" hy I ht· It'alll s Insanity q·JesUon. which Is a crazy SU - 'should a strong ....ted are hoopsteJ"l. b clJ.S3lolll l between �r_ Ram.1tad John IlI1d('r Ihi' l"II;1l"hing nf Mr. I I n ll�I' . Slulknts. 11"1 tiS supporl I I l/r Ject anyhow. I got out again as (ast I Wiese. Peter and are out In their F'Iot. It was decided to aggregation and It'h a r e t t f e O u co ' ::; �il ud i \ " i l i " s of Ih,' sehoul. lit'lmll' is I Wl"hu]ls th,� 11111' whidl :: l : ���:� ���' us� �; �: :� � ! ;�� l:I���'lng were eleeted to ..ct on ,:� :.�: :err;. ]1�\lY:�lb;:IU���:; kln is lakl'1I il'nsl sl'riousl\". Y('I, Wt' f i nd Ihnl dt"llllh' is nlso Iht, 011(' authOrity. l$Ome time, but �e results of their last Ihul {' Ust' S 1Il0si work a nd worry 1 1 11 Ihe purl nf lilt· {·Olltt'SIUlils. The ..:holr has been glylng tree oon- I thePecouncli: ter Flot. p�!'Ildent : Rynold Jacob- lWO conteat!'l may prove to be a ehanie I k'lm lcrs uSlIall,' ("t'c.:: i,·(' I('ss SUPI)(lrl, It'sS h nl o r if Ih(>y w i n ce : Fred In the chapel this week. j..f . f seeretary; for the better. It the Oladlators play certs . so y n l president ;:;;�u:;i :��H� �:;;�� I'ri�i�ii�I�1 i� , I' " t ha l tht' parlidlHl IIls i n gives the lie to the guy that said ··You . the contests ShOU�d be IIv�-. John Goplerud. 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The final thaI :.ns 'ha"e snn III action on the due !Omewhat ver Hoa of a surprbe 'fl . . too k their flnt p, deltat L. C, from "'-n the Llncol� high g):m, -r:tr score was SO. to 25, COach �nderburg's local court for !Ome time. Their de, stars. coached by Bob Hager. fOfU'ler 1 credit mWit be ,riven the " Axe mtn" Sumner thts ytar by a. !IoCOt'e of n-:n. l boYI wtre at home In their oa'11 IYrn fen51'" WII.., f1awlt'SIi and led by Suttphln, �n State College star: has gone l�.-thelr ,·Ictor)·. u thty marked thtm - The students. teachers. and players and had IIttit difficulty In finding the ElIen.�burg·s !!Corlnk .ce: their otten· Ihru the seuon undetNoted and Is rate-d seh'ps an !!X�ptlonal high-school qUln" i _re therefOre surprised at the d�feat 51ve .ork ",as IOml"what different from basket of Sumns"!' niday e�nlng on the R L. as one of the Ilrona-esl Indl"pendt'tlt Il"t ThI" !IoCOre .'a.'I 23 to Ie Por the Nonnal five MQ£JjSon had " an}thlnll the OIadlators had hitherto Thl" Oladlators ltarted Iht acortt\i C floor club6 In "e.tern Wuhingt.on The an un\lSual nltht lamerlng 16 point! mel battled for bolh the leams lead The P. L. C girlll played as nl"�er Oladlaton playina wu a cred.ll to any but t n e o I t t e set o d r ell with ' coma : ;�; ��: g ::: ; I" :����';!r �Il:: t�::g�:��l :: I � r l 1l��; :; :0� hl"�� 7 ��:: � �: � � � :O�!,:� -' I� r e �::et:l� �����7.:: seore within �uon In the first 10 er Led b) �"e and Wlllion former &n5 led b} five points but thl" Rail· and rather roullh game In which evt't) a.ns minutes of the I5t'COlld half the �rmal UIl�Up spUners �taged a rally In the .flnal l player sho"-ecI up ... -ell . The Oilldia Collte! otj Pl.j.liet SOund lumlnartes the 1 1 Elle_burr five " .... held scorell"lIS but they found P l.. C 115) not tors kept thl"tr score ahead of Sumner All-stars olleNtV(' abilities nre not to I quarur . hlch the Oladlato rs 1el Rodllers I thl"rrurl�1"lI again to calfe 14 more p(llnt..� anderaon ! 12 1 be denied but the Oladlators returned i subdue and manB(ed to flash Into the during lne first thret' quartt'rs but at I s '2'SuttPhln : br.fore the contl"�t endl!d � F Coltom �e beginnlnll of thl" tourth qUaftt'f the fll�ors b) keepIng Victory within lead In lime to 'lliln l C , 16' Morrtson Suttllhln. wIth 14 markers. waa hlllh For LIncoln SOrbo!! and Mazza play- ' S \t mner �j)t one point ahead. The Car,lIIon their gra..�p thruout the game. At the Nyman I 2 1 (7l aagnoll i scorer of tht' conte.'t and easily tht' 0 . am an ceptlonal wlt� "l" SOrbot'o , l" ra , I"x a sunk tnd of thl" quarter the Oladlatol'3 led l � home team l1led' hOWe r. and . O 0 PaIO !"1 I I ,Jensen clllSll of the floor Coltom Mood out for 10-8 and half Ume found thl" Sco� 28- I l l . .::apped scoring honort whUI" Mazza f/!w more baskets. ' which settled thl"m Substitutions: P. L, C.-Oa�dlln '2'. the Lutherlln.� wltn II pOlnl.l! and a nice 25 In fll\'or of the all �tars. Timely .contributt'd' his share toward the cause ....:Inners, There "'ere no out.�tandlng owick lSI. Ellellllburil-Pumhe;;. Tho. floor lIame to hIs credit by playing a stellar delenslve game and pla)'ers on either team. (I..� each side , H SUbstitutions b)' Hager gaVI" the I The line-ill) mM. Hedlund. Isaacson 1 4 ' . Rey '2' . star� an advantage. as a fresh group scoring six points. Carlson. a tormer displayed � learn work. . 1131 EII lb"r.. l" l P. L C. 1 1 I 1 '" The line-up Is B.ll rollow�: "'as kept on the floor th uout the Uncoln star WLS big P rformq for the I , 4 , Rodger.ll a ": so r Lutherans. 'A'hJle Sanderson play· f'If'E BEATS (. ; IRL� lIame. S1unner � p, L C. , Colt.om , S , � F ' 1 4 1 Sutlphln __ Sanderson. Lutherans' aCl" f,,",·ard. I"d hl.s usual �ood Ifaml" , Pun1ls1121 f' (1I [.arM'll ' n 'I' C MorTIsen Carls ' nt'up o � POSSt'SSt'd 1IOml" of hl.s old time fofU'l a I 5 ' 'S I Ebersolt l In a close game' yesterday afternoon Howlck 0 , 6 , Oagnon l i ncol n lUI . P. L. C. IIge.ln and hIt ttl,t' hoop for t"'enty-t'A'I) Lofthus the Flte high schOOl gIr ls beat the" P. C Nyman ,2 , '5) Jeruen sanderson ,S. ' I l ' Sorbo!! L C. girls bMkelbali team. Only on� counters. Crow;-e led hU ,,1th IS. Clcrge oard.IIIl I . Sub.�t ltullon� P L, C Palo. ,31 .3'Oordon The I"nUre Lutheran \lnl"-up pla)'t'd an Coltom Tarbox 0 Knut.lOn ....·I"re the Luthtran klrlll ahead of the n:: ';. T ho mu , . , . Olbson _ . 0 _ _ _:. �...: '_ "',, _ _ t'XC'I"ptional game . _: Olefer Cline Flfl" team. that III the third quarter. . bc: . ..; = ....: =-c. ' . . Tht' IIne·up. ..... Sublltllutes: Sumner. Jansen lind Tht' !!Core .·LS 3S to 32. ,�II�= ' Nyman 0 aalnes. P. L. C.. Kaaland 1 8 ' and QualTht first gllme Illayed betwtrn the oo ll /,. UIf" k a Br C f' . ���t'd h:':�� Ihe P L c. set. . Market OOL QUINTET p •. Coltum,e, po t l6)ere"'e HI SeK a DEFEATS CITY TEAM All meaL � state and ilovernm�nl Carllion '8' C '21 MacDougall A third gaml" I� being conlcmplal� GIRLS VICTORIOUS IN GAME Inlll};.'Cted "'1 PalOt 21 0 , S ' Enoch FrIday evening. hbruary 8. Coach The IllIe�p Madison I56R2 Nyrnanl3! 135, Fit.. I I Hager sanderson'S HI School quintet outpoint. Uncoln P'artI Teun Dereated by SC'Oft P L. C. !:ttl r t EI h C n c l H S �4)� o ;=�: ::}I� : ��pS�: a t d �! : � � : �I��' L S�: , Th. ,am. wu ploy.. u .n .",no< I,, ' Th. P. L C. "" ' ,,,,,,,ball Y.n,Un,. "am Lol,".. C D R --� -I the game of the P&.rkland Men's Club. played the Unooln Park team t f a I M. Oaretllne . f'<b; C O ' , Oardlln and ThOo'ltt'nson for the second tfme. hbruary 6. TI\e Lincoln M. 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P4CIrtC L� OOLJ PAua 4 ..liXlE. pARKl.Am>, WASlIDIOTON �r. o...� E!l"enlahl . ....ho atte:ndf'd SIt'U A P. L, C. �IIY W held at ltit' Trlll1 ---:::---:--:---I Iy P A In }90S thf ...-est� st.t� taeIty Lutheran Church Iii 811",rlOIl. Orf e1f'S :-: . 110-.: F.acuI1) "N... tory represtntaUvt' fot ttJ.r �I.non... Thr procnm constituted lalu b)' .J C ' 'C(lnfilluf'd from Pap Onel �hnut.ctul'1n« Compe.nv. 01- LOI> Anr d s In the �h.&.I. . The followtrll' ls part .. letkt re- Oople�. Mn:. E.-:nn�lstAd. and Vic­ L nles. I\e lUlted P. L. C .�ru.r�· 16• •:htn man)' n(Owhe membfnm'Ii'111 w::ra. w. J, F ft� tor Fohntrom. A \'ocal 1010 Ih'tn ""ho '21. O�n. eelftd from � =:� : and lelt for CIJ.HOTnI . f?bruary 17. ,,'. �t� add:;:' �� De:';� :l Asso: I ::: :e.:: :. · :;:kln, on a tann in El Nont.e, C&ltf(!r' by �", H . FolIa .nd a \'OnII ·dUf't . b)" =:'�f'd bf Mf H L Dahl. of :� I :�tend .n lm=nt Y?:n8 :'� l durt� tbe _ � h , d , �y Oopltrud .nd £Blf'r "f'o1I'f' ND. O. J. Slutn entertlLlntd the Bub· . . . ml!'f'tlnlt In .. ...'hert he upn:ts I EI Mont.t..ClLllfomt., Btudy Club .t h"" h<ule, TuH' . df'�lopment cam urt:.n 1m Febru.ry �'o tomler P L. C a!hltt� ";'f'� btfr\n an htenatve 12. Nr. John OOplerud has rtMlntd da e al Balley .V � y, Fa bruary 12, ..M"n hbru.ry "2,t "10111 be P. L. C, � OIlce m� _n .ctton on thi!; flOOT on ..t..dy WYnder· � Cheer up ! You .n oot .11 .lone I president of the Slh'f'rton P'ood Pro..... NH\1a', church tn pe boot re"t1e Tuesday the 5th. The):.. ",tTt u11vellnll day .� the Rev: Mr. ut h e t C ho ::t:. st:;t��ntlt':t ·co=!:n�1:! � ���=.�·::U:;�n�:·::.';:� � �: :: �::; ;ite::'te�' e�:� I ducts � ���� �:r :?u;;. ���:�f'td:�� w n ry ;� ���: :::-:; 1 fPhort;M�;i;---·----':-d. l a Hauge.·oon ot Mr. and Mrs: �:.� ��� k t to:,=_.___�__ .. "�:>e�O;! t� ��t�f'�� ���:�: ;� i:�nce f'k!'l . . Ph. HaUit. ,,'�o hat �n sick for the tht nl&ht and torenoon, Since the 011 1 G Hi DAHL GROCERY co. ' ference at the Orerqn State College. I f v t h Floor B�:I��� ;:wst Gt eMlI Mt�h.nd��t �I� ::�:� t! t :ar;� �::;yL�:�� � , :':���! IU��.";�:a::"� �.:, �n 111 � ��� �u::: I.lth at A'ff. Is nlltd wtth dense. black smoke. 0n� Is better no... this meeUng the P. L. C. octet wl\l NnC. ,for a ..h1l� butavier Phone Mad. 3818R5 'ParklRnd �I�!.� ..::.. •. W Taeom n a..lUle the aun ..til mine through Mrs. J. U, X """tllt to A�rdeen Ithe . t . The de\'elopmtnt ..ork ..ill be upllLln- Thursd.y, Q1II.IUy .nd It. to v14It her amok-t. but It feeb as U It hu lost t __. wh.t future father. Rev.Pebl1.lary > ed .t this meeting tb Skatttbol. ..ho has bf+n 11.1 Itl htat.., We haye n01l' had four. sue· -- ' -·-· _ ·" m.de. . - . :----�T- -- pl.ru . can be--· cesalve d.�. of uu. .p�nUy total . , "AR��AND GARAGE . I ·t tht hospital (or some ume. . . . Dr. and Mrs. fell.. of the ,un. and as I am .1Ii'ork 10. February Sunday, Tll l 0 "c". '1 ., , 0# * � 1' � It · "... .. THAT SAY TH.EY -!; .� A(nts Olson haa a "ti lr1kJn...�non_ O' TIngelstad ..'ere f'n�rt.lned at .out&lde all day lone. I ha\-e acq�I� . . I " IltIde:'�.f t.. n ht.'t; o t:XPI-:kT HOE REP"I�ISG .. allt . dinner .t the home or Re, nd loin. com.plellJon rather dUrtcUlt to de&crtbe'L J. C. �U""lOl\ l . ftt tht I y Honvtr. th1a Is sunP7 fOuthem c all; ,------- -:- - � KIrchoff has ltIttl1 been do- l80vMrlk In Taroma. COnrad Parklnnd Sh o�' Shop . ictor ElVtstrom "-ent to Sih-e,. �om1 nd tbe C.Ufornlaru ...·llI lnform . _ ene� ton ,I'Vllday. ' ..--:x-' IIlI house elKnltlf · _ • ____ _ 2; from there you that the cold speU 1I'"On't Iut 10nlt· I .. nbruary _ _ 1 . is..J::;. "'_� � ' �ij[.j� ,4. . has scale. wentU to A5Qrta. ,.,..here he sttentd� nus Is . fJ"Nt lite �f you don·t Just artstn from .the he Georp Lane . \ a church meeURf on Sund.y. F'ebruilr), en. I havt family or 170 heads. count; ___Il .s.lCk bed �____;;;o;_ Inc: con.and eah·es . •nd leaVlnlt, out ! BtICKLEY-KINe CO. Span....y Is unaale for 17.. SkaUng m)·uU. Thll' m05t InteresUng Job ' • thOM' that "fl' down a� boom:' the e v TIl f' Studf'nt!O do �a�' a 1 "'1I Ilt'rtl l ' n irt'4'lo r� O:���I- ::, ��;: :����:��� �ey !� l::! Sl��d�:rH::I� ��� �,��7:: �n���� �"�:�:!F��:� pt.y. "'Autumn 1res," Thu�a)' students. )·ou know; they don 't like to lhf"�' lun'" lU'Vf'f h(,(,11 hl� EJWllth claM aner this, e\·enlnl. February 14. ...'ere Mn. Kreld- l!�ten to the advice or the old and ex- 'l/(·klt'�·-.I\il1� FtllI('rul ChurI:h '_ ..:. . te"aehef. Methods of ImtrucBIL�ketball coach 410 'p7a)-enJ : "Re_ l ler. Mrs. Ph. Hauge. Mrs. Esther Davis. perttnced at So. Firat 1�omll in Tarol11a unl('ss tlu:y Ion are somewhat almtlar to thost em- I �. 1·aylor. Mr. Xlhrter. MI� SUxrud. \lployed meml>er that buketball de\'elops' In- M M. I cllMroom. the althoulth In . . . M Myhrf' H AU lIIan . Da�I J L, , ha,'c f'l.1l(,1I ,'" dlvldu.llty. Inltlallvt, and ltadeDhlp. rs n n . � ��I"·y��.. ln 'hert .nd do n.c"! .. 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PRESENTED In 'MemberShip Of �!STORY . . BY SPEAKER HERE . DeveIopment Group ':'-� o�-:. �oons. and orangeand }-'aculty .Respond l bordl'red. dainty napkiN made .. aala . . . S(udt'nts o Unre of )I�. HauRe: Feb- aUair of the party gtven. for tht' 6Po- l �,ruar� ' Rullelln lias Good l kane \15Itors after �e basketball pme. � Informahon 1 \ll!;t Saturday, f'tbna.ry 23. i

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__ "Ne(r'O Welft.re and Hl3tory" .'u the topic:: �ni.td by Mra. NelUt: J. AsbC'I . , ProKfam Offers N-o Dull Momat Td�o'ma H�teJ Oecurs enls; r)'. �rUldent of the State F't<Ieralion Of ! . In COlored Women: "'ho �poke In Dr. 6 :30 Holf'ls claM in American Hlstor)' Ilnd In . AcLing as tout.InUtn ror t\ ��n. Mr. X.ll1er's Contemporary CI\llll.B- The annuaJ Alumni Re'unlon to be' Flre..·ork.� \I,'tlT In e\1den� �'�terda)' mornlng tI,hen thl" P. 1.. C. students IU'Id Ing. John Wiese call!d on a fe1to· stutlon clua Thunda)', �bruary 28. held next �8aturday In the Vlkinc Room faculty mtr.lMrs r?®Qnd!d to thepltall denl.$ for ImPlomptu s�hes ,nd muMr.. A.tbtrry IS ....�rking . for the .socIa] of the Tacoma Hottl pro� the bHt h f r mtd . �i .... num Mr. a1 Hauge � lc: of the n� r;ace and hu itven j progTam. Ill1d perhape!the bil(tflt turnbt-rs. ....elfare . :�;� �:;:��7� '7h::-:I� t�; � , ltht �ests of honor In a short talk, to le-ctwu\1o mOiSt of the $Chools In fi- out tha" P. L. C. haa ��r �n, \"'tlopmtnt AssochHlon " go over the top" . Ill1d vtc1nlty for the PNt month. Ftnal plans have �P_�..!!.�. Ill1d_� "'1th 1.000. 01". TtrtgC'\.5tad attd Mr. F.I. "" hleh Mr, Ol.$on. C<l&Ch of the Spokane \'est:-om ha\'e dO.ne II great deal durtnR le&m. responded b�en)'. Members of' .. The subetance . of these le-ctures l.$ the th.. commltttes exprtas the opinion th�t #- their \1s.lts In C&I.\fornl.a and Ortg-on to both teams. buketball and debate. wtre ,l5&me lIS. In th05e itven hert. thl.$ ytU promlMS an even grtater !"'t::�ng about the altalning or the.num- ea1l!d on. . She lpoke of the F'tat men In the ,union than lUI year'" 1to'bleh wu exoro DABL . .' . , Arthur Ol$tn led the students _ In I ' colored ,ace and of their achIe\·emen\.l. puo.aIlY lood. The commltttes beTh fO g , liingmg their " Alma Mater" song, Bill T. washinltOn and. hb school lIe\'e that thel� etfom to make thIs to ;e :::������rm=I:�o� �= ·P. L.. C. Represente• d of,in Booker d.uet a and N SlIng man Knutzen Bob y the South. and of George W. carver , !"'tunion ·,upertor In Ityle and. quaUty . � · tbruary the 1 bulle rom �n ' . . F tad s eldd n of men At An.nuaI ·M'eetlng the nerro chem1at, . Mr KT to all previOUS ones wiU meet.lucteM. Un no'll" in the hand.s of the Printet'l�r. Ra� . ea -"In order that a Christian school like lt�. dean of "'l'omen, and Mrs. Sydow O\"'tr l�'o hundred useful lublStanceli They. as well as �e stud.ents, are now I w&.lUng and hoping that t.h1a yeu wW PaclClc Lutheran College' may Pro.'Spt...!:.--- alSo ga\'e Impromptu s�h�s. Delegate to Make Report of Con- from the peanut, ' and gro"". there art' four th1n� ne-c- t Alter a rolUlnr yell had �n given \'entio"ri After Her Return I a150 ,,1tnes.s Ill1 attend&nce ,urpaM11l1' loin. Asbtfq' tnced the line of d.es- that of any previou.s yeu. � essal'}'-1ll1 Intelligent �lUtlt\H:ncy. � for the Spokane \1sItors Professor Latter p� ot W«k In that cent of the negroes trom the Blbllc&l evetit they �I'feel that their time -'and constructh·e. fo",,'ard-]oot1ng Prognun. l Hauge 5Uggested as a game �Ing who cooPerative eHoT' and the blessing 01 ' could sit do'W1l on �chalr the tlll!te5t Patltle Lutheran College.was reprt- character of Ham to th� a� ot n.e labors have �n well ipent. ;= :ft:: sor:�: O!!: e c:::n::.th� s,: -i:�.::e Ethiopian race, which ls In I e I ��: I'::� �:�� . w d:� :���:�I , th Ure �e consUtuency �f Pacific L�ther. 1 :� ! 1 held Man:h I to 3 at Aaustana'Acadl!lDy an COllere Is In tht"'matn the member! ' loon on h!$ clWr! ' , bqtnnlng of the banquet at 8:30 [ the unW the end of the bus1neu m�UI!I. of the Norv.·eipn Lutheran Church ot 1 The party ended about 11 :30 after a I at Canton. South Dakota, by M1M mne • Dahl. who !eft hert Tuesday everUnC, Five Debates}for . There ",111 not be one dull mome�t America and the Patine toUt. In an- I fe"" games had �n played In the I u . :�\: : creation room. r . Fe�:�:. the fourth 'del�te Mnt :�� f N �eks W o =�; =':e�x:n��;'lt ��I 0t!:1ni: ext Tw t::e to ! l.$ �;: :: ' c want the benefits deri\'ed from ' a -uaUAI in III much as It � give no one i by Pael!lc 1,.utheran College to thl.$ 1ll1' i "Claren e to Be nual convention. The purpo5t' of the Teams Have Gained No Vidor· a chance to ret t1red, or wish that "'the . Christian school. Also, the members of the communit)' to wNch the school l.$: Uruon. ""hlch .Includes all the Luth- ies Up to This Time; Gi�ls' speaker would quJt." d Prese Club By nte The prt)(rB.rn.1I ILS followl : IU'I t'COnomlc asset may be classified as ! Season Closed eran colleges In the United StatH. Is t() -1. Welcome Address by MI M Martha consUtuents of Pacific LUlheran Col· : raise mone�' for the support of foreign I Boot�, Tar�intGn's Play Brims ,I mlMlonaries of the Lutheran churCh. The fON'nsle schedule for the next HJermstad, '28, prdldent ot the Alumni lege. " Ith Wit and Humor; At I At thls con\entlon a meeUng of all t.,.;o "eeka includ fhe debates of A.5soclaUon. The help from the true constlluen�, P L C, March 1 6 rna} be gI\en in the torm of stud.ents : the departments of JoumalWn "'as also "'hlch three art to be held here and. 2 SChool ActlviU_M H Forde gUu tlnanclal support good "'ords or 1 Clartnce a come-dy In our e by I held st .,.;hlch Irene editor of the t"'o in other schools One of these de- 3 ImpresaloInna-Mrs E. 8ovik. l l \.l Mooring Mut .,.;a.s present bates ls with Weber Coll� of �en .. Humor Our SChoola-Mr N 1M pra)ers In !"'tturn for the help chen I by 1\.1 supporten P 1.. C ls tralnlng the I ��;t:: ';; , Upon he� rttum !,he latter part of Utah on March 7 , the others comprl$e Harenesa students &l.ong the lines of ChTUltian L C on Saturoa March 16 In the col- 1 the "'ffk she \VI , make a report 10 the a d.ual debate ,,1th BriMftgha.m. on � What Can be Done--.John C GopI March S 1ll1d. a dUN d.ebate the 10110111'- lerud leudership that the )oung men and ege gymnasiumY I students about the convenUon Ing "'eek-end .,,1th Bt MarUn1 College I 8 FacuIUes-M1TOO Kreidler I "-omen craduaUng from this school Tarkington l.$ "'ell k.no"''Tl to I All these debates are bet"'ftn men 'l 7 P 1.. C yesterd ay-MiN Esther can be Ill1 example of Christian lender- I theBooth ART CLASSES TO ACT teams as a ",Titer or dethe girls havtnc completed their TO'Ite shI The school abo .nstUls 10 the I American public / and stories or Amertseason In the debate .,,1th C P S stu�ents the high Ideals In life and the Ughtful oomedJes I 8 P L. C Today-M1s.s Inceborl BoIlIfe ��:;:snc:ne o� his=t l " Art.., \Vher�AtThou " Narne TornOrTO'iIi evenn l �Marc.h 7, the P ,tad necusity tor them to live U good. c1ti� I :�!norn� P y la f p a ls deLC I 9 Futurt ot P 1.. C -Prealdent 0 A D!DS of this eountr'f.: wiU meet eber CoUege I b� fuU of wit and�mo: Ho� to 11\11' accorolng to art Is the batersteam hert The followinl evening the Th15 association ha.s as Its object comedy hleh hILS enjoyed a vel1' succeS:Sful theme ot the comedy play Art Where P L C negative team, compo&ed ot Tlngelstad Vocal music wUI be tum1abed by Mrs first to $ave the school by pa)1nc Its ....run ' 'ea"ng theatf'rs 0t thlo Art Thou \lih1ch '" to be ri\'eIl by the 0 . I tne n _ >.:. "r, loin Haup:, u_ .........e �_.. .. -.. a Eddebts 11 ha.s been of great satlslacUon Nih school and normal art e\a.s.ses J hn WIest and. oerhard Lane ",111 ""'-for severaI yean aftlrmathe team at meet the Norm.a1 wards , Mrs Xav1er:, aDd the P L. C' • to the leaders to know that a ma}or1t� II country 1'h 23 Nr March BeUingham, whlle the Normal negative octette Plano lOla. wUI be riven by of thr pledges for the end.owment fund , In the first act are dl.sco\ered r be t e a N hall been ch�rfully paid up The u- I ��I�:n: :O�:d be; each o����:r:p�:i���e�� :f team wtllremeet the P 1.. C aftirmaUve J 0 Edwarda and Was Sirne HJerm­ sodatloo also 1to'&llLs to develop the col� J4lu Dt.cmar �reneu wUI ri�e a much � long-sufferlnt a"rUsUc or InartisUc tate. The story �th� b it is not Oert..!n wblch t$m st.ac;t. . on o . ]ti't &Ii QuJc.It1y as pos.s1ble. of tOl1{W !nll only op father In his e t.idiUy circle-and l.$ of the relormaUon of the Brown l wW tra\'e Ul1 to St. ldart1ns' CollegeJfor u thilI IJotI� lU pIi>OIMUJl wlll be added general or v:I TO a reuon&ble and S)'St.emaUc manner. Mrs Mart SecretarY ' Wh lI ' all family from an 1nart1stle group to .. . his the d.eba.te on J4ar<:h l�, It wUl pertiaps many teat.ures to m&U the everuna This )"'t&f the expelUt'S tor the develop- that • aec::� Ihould be. 0 group which really appreciates and eIl- be � neptive. The queaUon for d18: enJoyable fo� evnyone. mmt at P. 1.. C. II more than 11.000. Into thls ... -'lled sanet" .... of bUII- jOy.$ ,oocl ar t, .... .... .. -� In each of these debatea ls: Re· The time " t:H 011 lhe· t"telliAa".of "!be achool at a cart of '5.500 hal ess, are injectecl the vtvict peraonall: The 'play promJ.s.es to be a del1cht- cU5&1on . solvedbe that stalled a ne.... chemi5try laboratory and n �optecl.,utJstltute...tor tr1aI. by Mareh e, The pIiI.ce " the VUd.nc. BQOIn ury � !!:e Who 1 e I rta1nmen�: � ��I =:;id� � � :.:�: J ele-ctric with a Dt"w (YD1llII$ium lavatory, his l e y are come w n I Of the debates held lip to this Ume of the, T_ HoteL . heat In both new llbrary addJUom, ter Con,.a1....)'I II II: n and :. played. . 1 bot � sls the P. L. C. debaten ba.ve pined no FOWLER-PEASE WEDDING lConUDUt'c1 00 PaP Pour) Victories, The p, 1.. C. women's team DRAWS MANY FRIENDS :: �!oce theW::Ject, o/�y� �=_ . CALENDAR FO�ER TEACHER AND Uan, )In. Wbeder YOWl&', �unM1U WarY Either rO.!tt, dauchter , GRAnUATE ARE MARRIED �uon' March 1-Wen'l debat.e team meeta the quesUon: Raolved, that the plea of Mr. and Mn. '!'. C. Powler, ..... of temporary �ty be abol1ahed III a married Saturday evmtnr, February T'be weddl.ng of loin. Valboq" B&1ln and confidence of the 'Wheeler chll- �eber Collere debate team. two detente tor, crime. �, I.Jl the Put: chureh. .Dlv1a1oD and I to Rev. 1.. Rumuum of Bur\J.nctal WU eire becaUle be haa beeD In the arm),. l4arch 8-Dr&matJc, club n. b)' ' In � one-act pla)'l at PInt Nonrectan � mena team lost Ita fl.nt debate ,treet of· Taooma, to Btevm O. PeAle, � at· !be bride', IlocQf In to them CONUlted !!.. BIfbop � . Putland � the iventnc of � : � 1nUmate tam1Jy aftaln and 11 �t.huan <!hurch, 12th and I strftta, �poUne CoUete �ters � ICID of �. and KrI. he I ut 2�� br1de and croom with tbdr at- 10 �e:� AI to h1a p , pres- �Duat debate between P:1.. C. =on r:' ���� � t.eDdaDta, Mr. and Wrs.. AUI'UIl BUKb- �� = .:uw.a. and fourth acta Wm', tama and Bewn,twn Normal bflie't1na that procreu and QOt pre- wtt.neued by a I&rp D� of farzilly oedenot � be the1r watchword. 1Ind ,� 1rlendl, auemlIled In t.ht' mum. enter'ed to �t'Ddelaaobn" wed- take pl&oe In ibe Wbeeler' heme 1n :En- Wen', team&: . be&u ti!ully 'deeorated church. 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durin, !he ,SChQOi year b)' .the ,\udenl.! of Pacific Lutheran Collq-e. Parkland, Wa.shlnito�\. Tharsdal. FebrufY tl_Upon btln� Subsulpt;ton. one dollar per year. .. a \'er), uked'the qieanlni of C. O. D" Call On brilht sophoinore replied Enter't'd �n� claM malter. <:>ctober 2. l�. at the Post Office at .Parkland.. Dad," WuhingtOn. under tbf!. Act ot'M&reh 3. 1879 ' geLS up early In the afternoon but he Is Friday. John: "Can you carr)! tunc?" . ' . mlnd�. )' tt-NobOd " Febr-ry ne;ther very heillthy nor . � Stan: " Yuh," . re � on about CJ.eOl'it Washln(thls you ha\'C notlceCI by all the studylnc =�;��-�:�r J�3! ' " "Well. carry It out on the cam- sup� when he �80 kina toonehavl."want!! • . '. Ih Editor �argaret HO��rt p Jqhn: h t It." bury a d Jua� when every . . . .' .- Eru;oh' f.C: �' � ���u����r �:it:.�� r����:k:�� �:��� birthday a vacation Onoe�lnp spokane ! I you those fello1lo' from Spokane S.tlU"day Boy' Marvin HOIl.'lck Hong pupil who sitting me t�1 appear.! that Feb....ry mOlloSbacks and when theY Sport.� ' Olr!"ss Sports Dol"1jlthy Ebersole Mr durtnt' a written lessonl Why -.in t any OrganlzaUons Dorothy Lehm.ann Idly • 1Ioe turnln&' t.he tables on Spokane 1Ioa)' the): the floor gambol the out On a 't writ! ? ball Is ooneemed at basket e"i h . fallen about of you Whirls Il �mlnds HUf1).Or and Fea�I:: T.ruI��n?na J.oh�n. ����eB!:=.nOer�rd MOlden re :a PI�:I a1n::t no pen I leaH's In a sixty mile wind 4n October lea.lt. Bub-toplc-we lost theIl.ldebate A!\UTlnl - • Sanderson • Sylvia Larson. Rudolph • _ th bal· In&'a.Qo�d Mr Hong- Wh�� s lour grammar ?.. L. C ain t so sloll. eotber and It Is Children all do love to play onn Chapel Tallu' that • rtltt n�thlng but a ,ba5ket·soc:lirJ tor our bo)l! looru and the huge orange on She'll awt.)' Pupil-' �� . IlP al� e� ����g � enlert).lnthe at tables the, . � drcorated highest t"� maklllJ Rudy and Red with ' -:: Facult}' Nell.·s tda Hlnderlle. Harold Johf\50n Hoft: "When I was a boy. I remem- bids and pllln'g up the baskets, like lht"f ment given (or our visitors atford� . BUSINESS DEPARTMENT ikred the dates of all the presidents," was 'some students SIM!ndlnll their much Illeasure for' everyone� , Eliot Mlck�lson Carl .Anderson, ' � Wit: '·W(!�I. when �'ou were ., bo.�·. f�lher.!· money. . ?" Monday, FlI!bruary - -The. rollege has CIRCULATION . the� \\.e�nt m�nl to remember. Trlere Is a In "rmIUlon so tha tthe l a new. pet! it'S a, .'lIttle bla:,k pUPPX Har;vey Peggy Kllp�n Agnes Sambo. Th� proud possesrso ):J , I refe� can go-out and smoke. and the- named "OVERTISING Red: ···Can you dig me up glTI for players 15 so hot. they is almost smoklnll Is Mr. Garry· ,Lanl'. ' Oerhard Lane GeQrlll' LIone \ , tonight?" . too. and Just then .a gang of MeOrmlcu 'ru�y: Fl'b l"llar,. %i"-The Spok�nl' TYPING H. P. wclls: "Yes, but why not take busU out with some yells alld song hits bo}'s Jeft. and Il.'e slnce�ly hope that E�l)n Solum l to keep the cro_d from getting restleu they enjo�ed their visit as much as Ihe one'" FACULTY ADVISERS I J N J HONO ' : o J STUEN Visitor Why do lOU call lour teddy I ::� ��:��;g':�o�::�����:r:absU�::ke: w: n!:.y .'ebruary 27 _There seem be a great iflU1Y nell. stocklnlls to n debate kane Th the boys S Il.u DO OUR PAnT po \' I ' I�:rc? ! ; Sing Gladly but this does not hurt much as amonll be;:r: �aC�'I'Y the IIlrls'\..Thls sounds good I ht Imskdh.11I M'.!SOII IS UH'r. thuugh 1 \ \\ ur US I l .tllli th.11 " school Snnday In bear ld cross my ,he Real Silk salesmanJ. for ! ha\e alll.alos said that there ls some I1U\\ luuk h." k u" I lilt' stUSCIIl fusl \\ tilt' 1 1 111(' has �OIU' U-Helen Qualsel "'I"hun.day, others things and does people which Jusl tOl11 pit-lt'd \\l lh Irlltl,tI ( \ I'S ,mel 1-(1\(' IIIIH'�1 \\ h t'li hOllor W Id 11 -e \\hlcb argue llbout It. Paul. Revere was seems to February ha\e survl\ed "er Initiation Cllt£. but :'I:�s t::; ;. ?" �:�d:�l�.) ��:g�l l worth more to U. than all the thou- ,·ery well. and her splrlt.� are stili JustIt 1/1 rt'\"lt'W I � 11-( IIIl' S(·tt S,)!) kl liS pay ('hlsi' alll·lllllll1 Itl .llur- ·at them. sand� Il.'hlch h� raved 'bout hlmfslnce. as high .( they ,..'e�terday! Ir , lI UI" s upport has nol hC{,1I litt lt· ul fanll . . Tht' st..-J,ws U l l d The studenU whiCh Is takIng... PTln- seem.� strange after the strenuoUS' bUSt'bun St.·usun IS nl x'l1Illg. \Vt' slml l SOOI) hu n' ,oPI)()rlulllly. III \t.aklng shorthahd dlcta- clilies Berdine ot Education busy .countlng t'r rou�lne that she wen,: througfiia5f ' Icsl uursch'Cs as 10 whdh�'r our SUPJlIlI'\ t'all "t· IlllprU\'{"tl . S lu ·H .. : 1 didn.t get that last word." on, . �1�7 \�j'��� ;::l;C(':� .�rg:l! �I�\l �S �r�:::� ;:� I; �mll llH'il SI U'V 0 11 ou r Frced: "That's strange. .Women al· �.���ork����rrs�l�d�:th:����I:� F;!�\larch I_Beglnnlng-af a chap. i t i, t 1 I I 1 "I waya M\'e It. Jt�IO\"l' : great-grandfathers which was wild In el, talk-"4dli!$. gentlemen. and , , , _ .)_ . young da)"{ It ,seems that all members of the faculty."-Dr. Hoff . I HI E:\DJ...-' H I \ :\I.H' · . Bea.nca: "If I had something \\.orth- their these stude�u· llarent.s was bright folk., Is stili wondering \\'hat all thc glggl· al " leu. I'd throw'.1t at ' you I.asl \�·(,l'k till· SJlllkjllW I.ul hcrull Collt'j..'\I' was rt'()rt'M'llt!'il , grandparent.� was brlghter .lng was a�ut. h t, and The Other: Hm-m. It's f unny yoU' S�II!. andelrfurther 1' . L. C. by her lJoys' buskc1bllll and dcbl1lc ICIIIHS, Throul-(h Iht' back than that the)' , Monday. March 4-lllaUg�rauon day. (l.l.lsl lwu )"l'llrs tI�t.'M· Iwu t"IIIJCJ.(t·� hll\·(· dcn'lop,'d u rl"i(,lld�y rin!lry, didn't jump at me." . beaters.. 1Ioorld all Il.as Mrs. K�ldler must ha\e read the llt' ,hshl llt·t., St.·plII·ullllg til t'S!.' twu sdlnlJ!s /,!:I\'('S hlllt, :\ltltotl�h i Is not hard to understand. as the booklet on '·How to Become Popular 'l(tJ('1I1 joinl adh·ilit,s, WI· ar(' �Iad tlH"Y t:'111 �I:I In· Johnny: '·How come you ha'.e such a oldThls l"iUIIll'(' of rt Nlllht" accordln, to the num· Over tells and remembers usually folk.� oftCller. 1101 ir yt'Ul' a 1111(' Icasl ul M!'lhcr VOice?" ' their children about fOlio' I\:onderful ' mer ot visitors that she had. The Teddy: "It ·s a gUt, my ' boy. It"s a they �illl"(� tlJ('�c Urt, til(' unly Iwo l.util('rUII sl'hools lIll 1111' I·oasi. to play th9 saxophone,. or Contem)) class at. least were . \·ery we �lIlccrcl>· . hopc thai Ihis f!icildly rh'ulry Illay t·onli nut' ami il� 111ft:· ,..·hat a hit the}' made In games of skill. i>lea.s.ed. to ha\'e Gene",,1 HOl\:land . l·�(,8St· as hill(' pnssl's anel r"Huwinl l'irt'UlllslllIll'l·S makt., il (lus, Johnny: "Then you·d bet�r p It but them about hOI\: with us. . SIb"', " up and send It bac k ,. I rottentheytheyforget toIn tell arlthmetlc..and holl.· Dr. Hoff: I gaze about me see �::�. got c?llfirmed Oil ·�ttOunt ot old It kC:=81��:':'HE, HAMMER CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS ;::;::;�� ���\:�: s:�.�!/a::i� Rob Knutzen. which a Sophomore fiy ott the handle. �. n at College. was on a rampage Sunday It keeps pounding u.-ay. X:IHI Ii. 111. 'I'll\' Churl'h Cotull'il Ilwds wilh appured :\Ion da:y, �Itlrch I point';" then drives It the tlnds· It �ause Church to going wu· he when � I r. H., 1\.. 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Ill. �Iid,w('t'k lle\"uliullul l iollr. geUing caught In a trap for. It you Inclined. to lo.se your head, Th� Kampua Krank uys Dest time rl.sklng ThIlI"SelU\", �lun·h i , i :·li'i I'. Ill. Chuir Hchl'ursul. W�lI. the Alumni Bal\q�et Is soon and . ny ott the handle, consltIer the Salurtlu\' . �lan'h !1 !I::m 111 , ,... SlIturtluy Sdloill !lud CUllril'll1a' an addict of Ben Hur perfume ven�uru ! I hope you can come and hammer. coming torth soll5ed with the unearthly stulf. renew oldandfrlendshlp:s lioli Class. BOOKAN �p) I again and be rehe !afore.s.atd crank) ",1U cheerfully minded of the days you 11 :00 :t. Ill . ,-.JUll illl" 1: 1 1.)ir Ht'!war:-;'lIl. = = :=: = = = U5ed to Il.·ear = = = addict said treat to a chilly ahower· the path 10 tho\. ldcklng post and F 1 1 I:11I1 :t. Ill. , ( innl\'(1 Sunday SdlC>t.1 li nd Bihlto SUlldu\', �Ian'h I I I =t bath. c:iass. Pumpkin Shells eh:. You had bet�r 1 0 :0(}-41. 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It must be �Id I seMOn now a thing of the VUt. �pOrt enthus­ n brought to a close with a cIea rather 510\li' an(l. the ."Oladlators" kept In t.he PN!P department s\lf years ago. that n se f a the as e suc irly ul a aso l.4 s"r t ' \Ii rlghl a� focu.,lng. their IIt�tepped .we('p-of at 'he ",'Inter g n (oIlO,"" the' lu SCON! through all the � lead The . �he thl n ga�ljJo,series ...ith , In the COl1.'slderlng tht! caliber of rom- I tenllon oncollege the coming baseball season, . In ",'!th the. \'ars.lty fh'e an'd has been a on('. , t�l' st�ng Spokane College quintet 1 game' D�r- petition. Pacific dltheran ,Col1C'gt! can ; Pre-se"'lQn pros�t& are good. ·to say . I\\'e for seasons . member val'!llty . F'E'bruary 22, 23 and 25. All of the I The lut �e",' ml.nutes of lhc game tht! Ing lhe last three .sc.lons Sandt!r:son well be proud of Its ba.l!ke lball team. J the least : but to what extent fav,orable !lames ""ere close- ..llh lot& of . thrlll�, I Fll'!lt Lutherans climbed up to'a 5C?i'e If'd hl� tl'am In !ICOrln� honors and has T�e Lutherans openf'd the season bJ I results will �at.erlallllt! dt.n better be: of 26-18 b�t P. L. C. got up their o],d perhaps scored more points than an), droppln,!f practl� to th� Olympic Ciet.ermlned ....t.- the close Of. th.e sea,wn. .. In the first . contest pla�-ed Frlda�,, 1 flihun&' spirit and won the game . l"ebrual1. 22, dual ....ho has ever worn an ebony Laundry, " Glty LeaiUl' Ih't!,1>)' a counsd COOch Ramlltad hu,nO' announced lhe the Gladiator$' o\'erc.llme 26. The subs gol a' chance t? make Indivigold they turn� In �ucct' ' l lnJtlal lumo,ut, but seventl of the bOys and Jerse:y·. The 10M of 8lnderson' of 2'1-26. Then an early lead and'nosed out. the "Chter� their letters. 1\ 1 " a hard blo"" ro� nextyear's' five slve victories over tht! Collell:e of Pugt!t : have already begun to st.ralght.en out be ' . ly t.alns a 3 1- 26' count. On the fol- The only casual reported ....as a and whoever fills his �h� ....111. hllve Sound Re�rves, Tearmtl'rs . ....Innio of i kinky arnu and KOOP up throws. ....1 e\'enlng .they repeate<i, ",'Inning , black eye, Tl!CC!\'oo by Eleanor Lofthus. an en\'lab!e record to strh'e for. the City League title one pf the I The loss of Fowler. Hobll.n. Chrlst.enby a .n rrow margin of four pOints. The The lineup as follows: f"l best gll-mes of the year, Centralia Jun- sen , and thl'; two Fedt br'others 111111 be Pactfl.t ,}lI�ralL' Carl CQllwn. better known as "Cork." lor. College and 'Mt. Vernon Junior Col- li hard to rePlace, but wlth,!.u�h veteran., f�al <fnteM. played Monday afler- I Fll'5t Lath",n� 13 , KaalanJ:l F oon, "1U perhaps hardest l1:tught I Lund �71 French: Howlck. Sand. an- legl'. At · thls. stage thl' boys made a iu ThOllteruon. I!I and ' runnlng.milte Rudy's /01 the �es, ",1lh thl' 9) Larsen F the Spokane lads Nelson nl" c;mtl�ed through a pc- ersQn. and Jacobson ,from last yean> ' historical cOS In the Lutherans' slump which � trying hardfor a \'tclory. Both teams 0, Joruuon C Loflhu� other rlod of .5e\'en stralg"t defellts. losing l .o;quad, and thl' return , of Coltom and Casaba machlnt!' . "Cork" be:i;an his C Holmberg pla}\ng together ,,1th Sanderson but among these to Centralia Junior Col Nyman lett.ermen years .collch I)layoo e\'enly Ihruoul the contest. HaU JoJhruop Cr�b} G Ilme found the score tied at Both M Elmer stiLI lcgcl College or Pug!i.t Reserves which Ranutad should be able to put a forKnutson dropped has school for$('l\aSOn��artoso100jlhe for teams lost regulars by'he personal foul I Nordlund . the� had previously defeated Their I mldable squad on the 1L�ld III addl 0 Total ,31. wardatobasketball pla�lng In the all star game wltere lhe liolr \Iol' have suell men as JI!.CObsOI\ route. Sanderson and Palo for the Olad- :rotal .26' sportsmanand fight s Carl lator.; and Frederickson and Reiche. Subs P L C OrandI' Qualset Gard' ship made him ver) popular \\;!th the Gladiators held the ...ell coached aU· ' lank} outfielder trom Arflngton PlIlo i fans and he could .always be depended �tar selec�on of Tacoma an undefeated a former Uncoln High fly ctiLo;er and �tel1ar performers for the .Spokane flvl', lin Ebersole .9' "'l're put OVl Shortly after half timl', n\e to a, 53-4+ count Indlca�ed their I Red Carlson who whU(' a speclal\.5t In for a cons.l�tent game ca�rl sho... ed puL Th.1s, ho",'ever. did not handicap either II;IlITheIndlcat!! I beon one Jing out ot the slump although thl'� 1 football and basketball nevl'rthele.'!.s of the mainstays of next �ear s <!ropped Unelll) a. contest to the strong �llens- 1)(L�Se.SIi!!S conSiderable baseball Ulll'nt. team, the score ....as cred St!\'eral \ five. ' Game burg five. by a SO·2,s COllnl thl' same ,I With thl'S(' men and others of unkno"'n limes, and only thru timl'ly shots by P. L C, Ill) F'1�tIU) Spoun.. Colic,.. I 'E\'ans "Red" Carlson though small ....l'('k-end. . The Spokane sl'rl.l's found talent. the.. veterans arl' .. Nyman and Ho",'lck ...·ere lhe Gladlaede l 1 on ' . or tors able to put the gaml' on. Icc a k'\\;' ��!�rs o��, : ' 2 ' ,:; f =: seldom had to il.POIOSI� for no tget>tLn� the lads �Ck to their ,l' arI Y season i grl'Rt 'fight for \lla('e�. by thret' Coach Ramstad's big worry Iii In the stage, The} closed the se-conds before thl' final \\;'hlstle. .I ' the till off Carlson recelve'd' his bas- thrilling C Zielsdorf Carlson ' I vlctorfes over thl' strong Spo· catching division. although ThOstenson Red Carlson was high-point man for ' :ketbalL ed�catloll. at Uncoftt High In G the Gladiators In all the games_ This 1 :::1:1��I' 3 1 pc�formed crf'dltably last se�n, and and during the past t '4'yJ Sl'a- kane. College th'e. . 6 1 Po�:��:� I Tacoma. playing afforded many sen.'qlUons dur- 1 Sub;stltutlons-8.GC.-Krogh, his performances for P L C. have StaUslics from thc score. board gives two Infielders. one at the Initial sack. Morken: Ing the contests. Sanderson and Howlck P. L. C N�'man. Pacltlc Luthl'ran 'a total or 416 polnt.s and also a third baseman, The outfield man�IC�Orll'S In Influential been " also played commendable ball thruout I "Red" graduat!!� this )-:ear. but he leave� ag-alnst 155 for the opposltlon_ Sander- should be \Io'ell taken care of unlC!\.'!. J!. s«-ond aaml' Palo am: Nyman al guard positions career which son, forward. If'd the �o�r� ....Ith a total Clhange 'tias to be made to bolster up" behind him an athlctlc d o th o h e I ell I an a so e I will I�rg be remem'bered. F ���::IC�� � ������) ���40 : ': � �:e 'll�i�� � l:n� : : a��: �d�ar�; :�: b�r:e� ��:eS::�� �� ;;; S��':�v: :�: : fl�: Coltom Relke I' Marvin HO'lllck Marlo' has Illa}ed respl'Cfth ely o brand of baIL thmout the �ore book Coltom Is rated among the best who -: Carlson '13 C Zielsdorf a gullrd tlOsltion fOr the past t""o �earl 1I have donned P L C uniform:'! HowPalo .61 G ,9> Ekegrell He enrolled In the normal department ) PaUence accompUah thy labor as-, Ick veteran from last season s.hould r Nyman (I' 0 ,4. Poftencotb go well again thL_ year Jake Jacob· alfecUon or work the eompUsh had KarmollY High here he Sublitltuttons-S C Krosh P L C trom �1 ASO�'S been a regular the hoop squad for and Silence an atron&, but paUenl en- son southpaw outfielder who look hl5 OardUn Ho",lck Thostenson turn In the box I..,t season troubled I three �ears His playing has at all duran� 16 godlike -Lonatellow I TlLlrd Gaml' "'�th an old arm Injury and wUJ un "-SHOWING THE been an as.set.t to tht-' squad ,and " I times : gir "tell how long his loss will be keenly felt next year. O ' lll � uld ! : : :��tt: ���u��I�idS;::� 1 ��e�����' F -2' Fr�!�Ic�'se� ' . NEW . be :::r: F Coltom .5' PA:STEL BROADCLOTH (5' Relke Wilfred Nyman. "8111." held forth at "Same as? ahort onCll, I guess.:'-The ! tlon at .second base, while French, NyC . 1 ) Zielsdor{ guard position a,lthough small. "Bill' Informant. man. and Howlck' are other veteran SHIRTS Carlson ,9' Tan, BIIM', G�n and for an Infield �ltLon. G PIllo ,3' .51 Ekegren playetl a good defensive game at aU was playing ' OJ:blood an outstanding game � candldates c oth 0 ' 10) Poffen i ... . o ; l schedule ha.s not been completHo", ck . 7 , . mes alld he t pa an accuratl' er With the Stay-Rite CoLLar 1 guard. With the. experience gained th edThl' as Yl't, but tentative gam� Include : Substltutlons-P. L. C. OardlLn , 2) , ' ThIs '''''IlS "811I's" second year on th� year, Attached ne ig for be a In Palo should U b i Th05te�n, CoJle e of Puget ' Sound, Bellarmlne, Nyman .2> : S, C . Motken. varsity, and .he will be back again nl'xt I season next year. . AT ..... Cent�alLa J, C" Mt. Vernon J, C" and Uglen, Krogh season. . team, "=�������..!I thl' Amerlc�n Lake H06pltaJ John GardUn. wu, an un "Johnny." Berhard Palo, "Benny," another tor- dl'rstudy for Coltum and �nderson li Mr. AOll8: M.arp.ret. how would you me� Lincoln High athlete started the of the I punctuate ' that sentence? season as a reserve but hl.s eftorts soon during th�f season. As a member LIEN & SELVIG made him a regular perform�r . To� :�:I�� �;r t:� ;=�d h;ro:�:�� I :s:re��ell" alt.er three �, .........Il I \ wards the fast of the season " Benny" Illnd a rt'gUlar berth next year ,"

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Il ]; .. )' l� Mr. and Mrs. Clifton H�� . , . Mr. 8um � ed . e�n1nc, March XI. from ,:30 to . the " ther of Our Country.... hel.d the Mr. and Mli. A. W. Ramstad rsdayThis '!ver t=:. n11:00. and violent' �nd�d:� r:;I: ��n�: s be c;oncert ' ·", · Ho.· � �t'neral � ' M audlen ain the 14&4, of Phone lnte�st . . . . � k-end ' II I_rod lI ustl'flfed h'ts IrctuN' ...'Uh the aid " Mus l Mise Plnne ad eXc �ment � Tacoma fun � . .. e o C�ber of Mrs by t.ht" c mr� � l I Ai Torterso to the ��� ..lt." D . ,Archie G. to "get , Of51ld�. sho""lng ln main lhe .campalln L. Lal'$On,daL1 conV1l lncnl� s 5kr ofan at: Annou��nts of thl! . �ro&da15t somelhlng" on c=::n: ':I1rs to the Lu�ran.putal� on wtll be IIt"nt R �t 8�� Floor se 1 0r the Brtt�h and the ,American �mlts, tack of pn�umonla at �o\lntaln View the 'This 1$ a pia)' that b sure to Plu . . lnr toIJIt VICto: Elveatrom bu.s u 11th at PaclfI(' Aft. ' SIlnltarium . ....hrre she hasrn wOrk. :::: neryone. TheN' Is not a dull moment �. �no;: �_ktna &fl'flnp�nu; • Tarorri... Wuhl� " . ,... Ing. nOt a lI�e nor a (etitUN' that ...111 ot: 1 ,000 Mark Reache41 p8 Dr 0 A TIn elstad len Saturday a fe�d, It Is full �f humor and fU,n that III Roll Grolll' Wnne· you ....111 laUin. O\"er lor da)'5, ,Continued ftom Pace One) . f'!obruar}atkndfor MJnnea.poUs Gh�8 PlaYA conleN'nce' of presl· Dramatic Club �member the ' dl'.tt"-Saturday, -PARJn.AND GARAGE co .I dents' of aca.de;ruea and Junior Ut1[eS. Money �:=JriaI March 18 at 8,-00 p. m. tillgul5htrs S900 and a ifand plano held hbruary 28-21 .BetON' comlna �nt kI 00 (Of' aepair S600 a. member of t)o t cllI& of lVOO has I', nd a m A i held u U l In . 00. 'and , � � u fl �.d", = ... �: ee I Q'tI' a donated to the-�ool the cost or :l The t one.act playa Joint ne • J, C, Pt-�'"IO,Il campus suney to be made In the ' In SpaIn ' and Crysanthemunu &tv· EXPERT SHOE REPAfRlNG r SP��! �g:r�.:!��u�h�lU!,:; 0 ��: They Say That -( ----t. rutu� devrlopment of Ule athool Many unhappy followers of Strtb' .' S O ... _ _ _ _ ... can not be, accomplished unleM ... _ _ _ . ' Sat· are now ....orlr..1nl overtime to pay II')'tnnauat m. furnished rx�l1ent church people support t.h15 d I! : n d U BUCKLEY.KING CO. · " , .1 nlshed by the Pacific .Lutheran Colle� Langlow hu been \'15It11l1 orchestra. __;;;__ , to sucres.!!. Th� gO&I can be Dagmar Hagenellll, violinist. . , If e\'ery 10)'ai SUP�kr of P. L. C. a· voeaI trfo, conaJ.iung o; �. Ph. 1l8 accordllll to the andHauge, � S� �::,.beh.!nd t� orpnlzatlon and do Mrs, J. O. Edwards, and Mrs. l uckley. Kin" F.uncrlll Chure . to\and back from the 'E, . 1'\ J, U. Xavier, Af!-er the play!. cake. pie I ey never PoIit. · lacoma Ave, at P1rst Kl l p -pen � running a l>iautv and coffee ""e� served, � SAXOPHONE SOLO ,\ND The proeram very ""ell atundfd. unle8@ ". m -H. j, The READINGS AT MEETING pt't1Cftd3 from the entertatnment y I 'YJth de\'Otional aervlces the �18r P P What!s this P P ��� !:n�� ' S;: ;I: r :CU: ______ ... � rt ente�nments " x : 1 ._ _ n l:y O��ed Z:n Ha";, Yel Hark. Yel An' ,,'hat have &1\'e several.�mo _ _.. Of -. "" _ _ _ _ _ :;.�,n�.ayM.l.s5� .. Fe roar)" eve ng,Boc l• now? Carlyle', Cajet.er'in. _ thl! k.1nd from time to time for the I, I.,. a o o e o Hear no all ,of yeo of -the advent of same PUfJJ'O&l! .____ , �:�::�::t: )'�:.. v:;. �� t�e :�: unkno"... ba gage' to your _ M A' S 0 N ' S I.;;_______ midst. TI gy-....hatfn th:l appar no. afUr ,,'h.!ch Inga Ooplerud and An· an m�:-mystrr I I MEET AT , ition D. O. R. GIRLS $ na :::l TilE CRUSHERS MRS. T. O. SVARE'S HOME I �:;�n;:���lIed 'on Feb. A '-K O D A .S ---.... ruary Kin 26 a�:�;� :e:��o� �e:� :n·:·�ttn ·t kll If ),OU find out, Th; DB�' R. et;::e o�;:�= r and �o u r : 5. T, , re :n a; Oak , Well. nOw to be serlou.s, StUdents' Unlon at ClI.nton,.,south Mareh 5. . Pearl :�:$ to h'elp support f�11rTl miMlon- �t�nd out ... hat the phenomenon The proeram ('0n5\5ted of a plano and IIf Ih(' by Eyelyn sOlum. reading! by Hel. Black ' An ('Clips("' (no. It won't ef. 11010 Eleanor Lof1.ua. and Ag. the light In the hall. MlI.ryin) A en �15t.ad. Olson, and a voeaI 1Ol0 by Helen freak? w� Appreciate Your b . "',e h,ave , I,t. me-thinks! 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, Rep�rt of Meeting ••", Told by Delegate d Tour Puget Soun ' Ai most Intert'stlng !,nd Instructive "The Anniverv.ry of the Cat.echlarn" . -. 'Easter ..... C'lt"Ies After Twenty..&nn Attend Conven· Student&. Faculty. ana Alumni tr:\p we. taken by Mr.. Taylor 's Civics talk 1 lb"" the e of a abort i ven at ' ,Meet Old Classt.'"Btes and 1i cIUS 9)1 Tuesday, M.mh 12. y, March 12, tlon Held ' for Lut�eran Stuexerc1ael Tue.cta the chapel Renew Acquaintances den a A the members The o Ilxttf'n t r d.... leU Program Is Asaisted by Vocal by Rev. Or. Bolbert. OHn or the Luth. � �gullana , k dn u Violin Number8. Se" eral eran Bible School I'} ChlcalJQ. Attended 21 delega.te; rt'p�ntlna Living up to �ltlOn ''''hleh has 1 :' !�� a� ::;:�:c� :;�o::;:� \ and Wes\an tx.n observed for many yesra, the AI- 10f the Intert'3ted audience In the �nate ! Nu ,:"ber8 Added t� ProKram "The little: calechlam stili un- 12.or �he 18 schoola or the NOI'the Ch�n:h Amtnca. anFollowed Last Year umnl Association and many prt'scnt ichamber or the magnJn(!ent ne�' caplehaniN:' aa1d the apeaker. "and Is the Lutheran Qual national .conventlon of the Luth-

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studtnta 0: Paelfle Lutheran Coltt"ge I tol building at Olympia. perfect document of ILl klnd ever tran Btudenta' Union wu held at Au· ele\'en o'elock until t",.o In the 1 The P. L. C. acapella eholr. on a mosttoge held their annu..! l"II!\!nion banQuet at . ther. Luther set out to do three Hotel Saturday t\'enlng' aflernoon. the Ume ... spent In ex- I concert lOur. 110'111 appear In the tol- put tht thlnp.-to teaeh the PtOple bow to .In,; gwtana Academy. Canton. SOUth 0..­ Mal'ch Tht banQuet wtll at- ,l amlnlna the capitol building. meeting IO""lng to"'m 'ln the western part or to use; a could them they give Ible to ;: ���M:; � 6� ��h:'= B I: e H .. nd climbing to the thll �tate. Bellingham. Mt. Vernon. :�h ��m u � u a en I:n :� S:Ul!.art'� AUlrUStana. Pa�k �on. ...faldorf=' . and . �u!:ri�� �::r� :: ���d: :���� �; ;��c ::�:: li Everett. Stattle. Bremttton � . be�- �/�:!�I ea i rd p Paclfle Lutheran eollC'I'N. Luther and enjoyed rt'newlng old ac- It is said that &ome of the membelli Stan"ood. · t)·Q�alnt.Everyone and either Bothel or Olg Harbot. -AA :!e � � � �::I��� ����� la ��� Red Wing seminaries. Mad1aon Nor­ an«3 with old d8llimatt'3 and wert' un�)' because they thought the llmlnary con they to appear a certi �d the ChiC&lJO Det.coneu HosP.Irello",' aJumnl. An outatand- I chandelier ... not attached flnnly Ilrt' elearly. LoThei com,. maJ. . meeting In ytlm tomorrow and thll evenl"" doctrIne atate-d : tal. Pacific Lut.heran �11�. reprt'Ing fee.turt' of the reunion was the pre· . enough In the dome. wu the most dla. thee CrHd. the mrd' pra - Ioente-d by Irt'ne Dahl. At 1110'0 o'clock these studenta llatened wLII broadcaat over radl" station KVI. mandmenta va.]tnoe or. tht same P. L. C. spin! schedule or!glnally 11,.- ;:�:� �:�; a�����t�� ���� ':�� tant SChool. to send a delep�. ' ---.only this Institution can give. This to the ptoc�dlngs �n the House of Rep- AbeAltho n the rd� thl' part had to me poIIt- explained In simple TIle open1na: gathering took place ifptnt gave uolty to 'the entlrt' meeting. resentatlves being partlell1arly Inter- eluded tlian can be . d,;' wor Portland. Aatona. Silverton and day eYeolng ,In the AC'IId""y Audi· Th� banQuet room "'as arU..stleally I este-d In Mr. Shov.·aJten speech regard· undellitood. Doctor 60lbert con- FrI The address of "lcome by Rev. deco�� ,.,1th orange and yellow bal- lng the and distribution of school poned, �ue to dlfncultles encountered.teully a &eries of lecturu at centnJ torlum. The program .... It will be i1 ven at dueled B. J. Rothntm of AUI\I8tan& Ac.dtmy 10001. IA �quet Of marigolds stood flnanees. ast urch week. In Taeoma. l Lutheran Ch each radIo. over excepting �ded to by the. pt"eaIdent of Ippearance. was ended which trip. The Parkland In streamIn the center of each table. and Rev. Rustad. of Central Lutheran � ers of red. blue. and green eonfettl. ! latt In tht afternoon. waa unanlmously composea of ; �n. Mr. Olear �brt'taoD. o( un Ohun:h. accompanied the dean on h1I the Luther 6enUtl&ry. The eonv��n .'hleh began failing from all sJdt'3 al- vlte-d a� aueeess. A Crown of Ora..ee for Man Brahma vtait to the ooU�. theme.. "CO-workera with Chr\It" was the �nQuet was ata�t· nlost as .as :' � U:y, b��. ��."::m� : �,:�I Ye . : nc���:= �� :=. Ae:;���:: :�",:� ... hi.. thtn;1e. "How Do We EIec:O� Oladwme Radlanee 0retchanlnort · thuslum aho""" In the yelb alven or the dlffert'nt tables e P. L. C 9Cholr � :r�e/�a;;�"!n��tes::: :: !h �:' 2. Caro Roma A product worthy or preeentaUon ... !:t.d:" to �..� The prorram eons1lte-d or mort �, The Itudenta responded hearUly to I COm�rtf' . �es:: Chrlst, . e . the ali-schOO: rour-f.Ct pia, "C1arenee." creed toO= one', �U&na1I1�: =es n==.;n�=7::' :�� l : c:�:a:r.::O:m:� ::II:�:� !:k�IOVedt . ' . ci� ��=. . :t:'d�n. :�eht���ha�:tor1�; :::� that roundauon. V�lee group-Anna Mikkelsen denta. Martha Hjennatad, presldtnt of I a result or thIa one part. or eoope�tlon ' 3. the Alwnnl Association and at prt'llt'nt : the ,8&IOClaUon wu able to rt'8.Ch the TuII:," tb� second .ub-toplc of . of hard .work 'under the"The !tf'U alter ro'ur wu the lubJect. theme, oonvenuon ' U " atudent at Ute University of Waah1na- 1.000 mark on March.. e, and by Ma.rch OloriOUI Chi1at. ... ........ . .. .. .... p ve the play of an ad�.l1ftD �tunsay m� S xrud po&ch1 ton acte-d toutm..ter. She ftJ- l� �e number wu Incrt'Ued to 11111 Sweet �I Vciloe:s ....... ........... Edw&n1l In fuJI fuhtO:. &nd lh"!e who he&id It lh 0 B .. . de=.or= ���� money." :u':y. � the' ' h t wo II rt pronounced ;� I lm o�:;Ut1&n �:.:rth� �� � � :th :e:e� ':;:!�p:O: · y pla)'l ate ..b1eh � .. bI.(lBt ehall� one. the Booth Tar!dnaton , comed help 01 the .tudenta, the reach1ni or Prom: ven' Above .....,.. Chriatl.,.-n rHdlly dlrette-d by any 'wllence, and .peaker emphutsed that the talk tot the 1,000 mark. ( taUon-Anna JoDkkeaen) thla proved to be no·excep�on. A,ta:re aerytce In 000'1 il1DIdCI:D . ealla for' . P. L: C. Choir ahowine the d1frert'Det' between rood nuS month Doctor TIn(elltad and attended the perl� and atn-11eII: world in CbNC,', .� jOts and Jokes tt'I&� C8U1e UI teeUna. Mr ElftSmlm re::etftd new lIilemben ... . . crowd tftrJOQe wm.t hOme wtth .. "heart run Now 18 the Ume. "Shall whole aOulI OOI ()( HeY. Menta Romanee ((rom 2nd c:oncerto) John c. Oopier\w:t and Doctor 'I'tnpl_ from the concrecaU reno. men'" It lit Uahted deny :................. Wle�wat1 or Joy," u·only 'IV1dnCton:s eo:med1ts . at&d. .� the lmport,t,Doe of the De- in 8eaU.1e: ReT. LoI)o bt T&coma: Rn. our duty to obey Chrtat:. eommand, velopment Campatln now bel", ean1ed Kraabel In �d, and from lhe two floncUno ....: ... Beethoven Krlealer can produce. on. and ahO� how almunl could help churchet: In SUvertOO" Ke)'a� .............:.................. Wlem,aw.t1 . Reynold J&cob.tn; ... Clarence. �y8d "00 ye." "We 1a abort. . .a1d the apeU;M the part. o! the hero and � known u. :'HOW 10lli wW ,("n,.ln" . alOD& th_� 1M:- �er To1re'. or .. Sunday, March 24. DoetoI' nngell\ad VIOUn-Dqm&r IIaCftlea ,hlI abWty to "c�rh'e mul without 8&turday &t'ternooIl ...· ilPent 1n .. . t BUftTtoon. Oreaon. Ixwah -:�_ .m Pf'CIIieot .the Deffiopment Asmc:la5. es rrdm the .cla:a of '21. Inpbcq Sol--tiOQ in Itt•. Uwania' c:b;urcb In Ta- Wake Me. Oh Lord Ood ............ Brahma nrtartnr." "etareooe" ,ave the audJeDoe croup CUKuIIkII1. led. b1 bY. N. at It&d. ... repraented the prestnt stuIn Aprll plana hue been made .Den store H'r1de Plok .... .. . ..... . Oner ,man, a thrill by b1a UDu.Ju.W kDowledp: Ylril&ll:er. wbo aid . at \be �..U or'beeUeL deI1t.1. or tbe eon. in � the ft- to preeent the c:ampa1pl. to c::o_optIp '1be Oreat WNte a.:.t) tboM who lieUitve that die. members- Of KurItu. 'Hort, ... � Wheeler. and t.be.J(JWIIW .-en.UoD are not th1bi;- . . IaUoa . of the co1leIe today \!:) that or UC1t3 of the Pupt Sound c1Wb1ct. ' I . (.BoI.O-:-AnDa �) r� . �Yicar .. .. ChrtIUanIeD Warner Quale, ... Bobby Wheeler. p� 1DI .mouaJ" let tlM{m ""'«Del. 1UCb. • . i 'Ibe numbe:t ot � of the � . � Tbbu ." " Irlo � 0( Mra. Xaner, � f : Wub- BNuW'ui. BaYlour .. .....-: ChrUttanIen the atte:nUn aud.1ebce � a lauch �YetlUGb. Uda. aDd bear 'fIbat WI. bJ Ita_ .. .. � . (Ani7 Kd�) Solo Witb all of tbeIr brotberl)' and·...",. Mft beard to4lJ." Eclnnl&, m:t JrfJ"S. BauIt, aceomPMkd .�.&11, caJ1fotDlt. m. OfttOb.. :lOt, . quarrda. Both typlcal Tart1nr- KeY. C, B. TboIye, of MlnDea�, "'\.. . P. 1.. 'C.' ctdr · oq,. \be .soun .;y. 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'We ��H��:!:OU heard. ot.tl;le 8e(ltch box- wI��e: i t)eg to dUfer .wlth you. y ' Faculty News I� � JQ� Ida Hlnderll e, Haro t \' ' oc er ",'ho used to hit w.llh hls ope!l hands jUst washed my neck wtth It.. . from en se the k cl o table were a BUSINESS DEPARTMENT untll ten. and I sUPpo!l;('- you think that untll his ·manager put a nickel In each Ta�,.. �reb 'J!. - . , . ' Carl ' Anderson '. Ellot MlckebO..r ? we sat there and ate untl ! ; ""e could one In n�tr1t1on Mr. XavIer' said, "Girls. . ClRCULATION 6. Then there is the Scotchm.an w�o bardly walk. How5OlneverJ this from any other fruit. different Agnes Klippen Peggy Huyey York �ew In s�mer the not the' case A banquet. 15 jlot built on upon lea\1ng They're the 'sweete.!l when they je ADVERTISING them line$; and Is meant to puuJe the saw a diver coming .up and exclaimed. �n!" , Gerhard �. George Lane victims rather than anything else, I "If I'd known tha�.I-would have walked Wednesda,.. March 13.TYl'ING wish 1 could you what we had t.o across too hiked girls of couple a that hear We �Iyn SOlum eat but most it is sun a dark mys� 7 A Scotchman \li1lS told that there to Spana",ay before breakfa.st CaeMr FACULTY .u>VISERS tery to me Th SOphomore. whlch,.sat sugar In tean; and nq,p.' he clles o�er was ambitiOUS and look what happened N J HONO o J STUEN �next me_Mid that the flrst/ �urse rorn flakes -to him! ---------------..;..�-_:=_--'--J was atococktail ,!Jut you can t put anyTbgnda,., Marcb 14SPRING FEVER LITTLE WILLIE thins like that Qver on me There Is .that straight goods that Prof hl s ���� :���e��na�a;:: v Wh.11 IS Ihe Ullllll'lIt crccplll� o\er Ihe sludl'llls herl' .11 lul- �1lS� t eve e n � :���; ;!� �� ; t8 sure Is pep :: :h: q�::�� �n� �e: :�{o::� lege They " alk aruund. dreBllllh. on I;:. hal( hche\ 1Il� the) eXlsl. .l the spoon which we ate I The neighbors said Th�re . . 1ng .. swa� Claus Santa any t \liMn there 10 ielll ".ork .\h ;:. �u, ., t' fltl<llllg II 1.1I1r<l 1 0 sll.uly.uncl gel do" \ wlth_ but saved by a,balloon which In Little WllUe s- fancy step . Frida,., March . know. II IS sprmg it ' n'r, thc malady �rtJllI which 110 one IS JII�- burst In the nick of tlme You see there . need of andire be to seems IlH lllt'. It is not a-. �rlll. .di�usc, hu� �oll�es. sl�.on � lI l\eul�sly : !,ts "" . There � . . as balloons .lIed lD all ·the chairs . HIT AND MISS campUll day as far as the kicking symptO!llS �re. dro"sll�ess: especmll) duss tllrefn c SPIrit, which would explode like a shot-gun. A pa.rade. rour m11es long wi� l 101· other p .. i!i does need Is surely c erned. It co und all IrrCSIS!'lblc longlill-! 10 he out of duurs. <; t o . . . . The purPose of thb was. to remind �ow H�ver to the WhIte House. The at or paint. Hut nil this is lu he t'xpet'led. At u t't'rlllLlI tllne of 1�1l' year, . t11w \'s or the wild and woolley west and. make dirigible, La:!: Angeles, wui be In the �a� o rd M th 16.r WIIC!l the sunshine u&lllin. clears up the :llmospht'rc, th.cre �s . � . . us feel at_ .home. processl,?n along with a number or p.I :e � "':� th: dtbate "'itl?- St. Mahln'S! tillS len<l(,lll'y of prefcrru!g 1 0 sludy ( :,) UII.I�ldl' nn :m IC hclO\cd There. was mallY foolish ques�lons bags. ... sput of Ihe cumpus. ThiS, h.owcycr. IS fuult . ., A &SK Mon� March 18," II'h�l', 1I 0t ed by people at the different tables. -pcr�ons would not h(' human If he w('re I!ot suhj('c1 10 u IIttack uf ball letteI1i were awarded. Bill ket B !Ike for Instance, "Ha\'e you ever seen A noted lecturer In Toledo made this ,.../ sprlllg fevcr. nlY does hide his age well, doesn't a kitchen sink?" or "Have you ever seen stateme:�t: "All the world's a st&Je, and Cheer?�Non e of knew he WIlS so dumb ? :::- I a c.lnnamon roll "' aU, the speaking part8 gI�'n to that It was -----�----:-:-:�N-:-::_:EMEN �::.:':::::::-:� necessary for him to spend . the college women." These questions ....hich . TS twenty-five years at P. L. C. C CHURCH ANNOU . d a k m a T r . :�� �:�it �� �;)�..:: al�!;! Try thia one: U a pea !alUng from a a;: :����! :�;depressed look on Tuesday, March 1 9 bad as the ones which the faculty t"'''enty-story bulldl,;,g develops sum- Lelah's face'? She didn·t hear. about the X:O() P. il1. l.11dil's {;uild Ilwrls wilh·..Mrs. O. F. Olson. asked.'Uke (or"lnstance. "Have you ever cient veloeltr to ItJIl a cat. how many u e l'OI!(U AV(,Il11t,. Tucoma. o;.e.en the teachers pet?" panca.tes will shingle a smoke house? ��: I:�chJ over at. ch rch until el ven . oc From now on you cannot expect many Wedriesda,'. 1\1arch 20. letters from your loving daughter. on A new . thouiht--Lead a &enslble .,2:00 P. M. i.udics Aid ruerls in Churt'h Parlors. (,Jlh'I'llIim'd h�' ,ccount of baseball season having start- school lite and you will get along mcely. REUNION BANQUET IS Mrs. H. O. I.anning nnd Mrs, C. S. Pell'rson . ed. There b much talent among t):1e But the worst t.tl1n& about making such SUCCESS THIS YEAR ' 1:00 P. M. Cunfirll,llllinll Clas s girls thla year. and It looks as I f we lU"e a rad.lca1 change is that everyonp. else tcontinued lrorr. Page 1) I : ;m . P. 1\1. Mid-,veek f)cvotiolllli Hour. going to have a whirlwind ot a team. wUl consider you aUly. on the plano by Mr Edwards. sang. Thursday, March 21 When Phyllls- Grande. which Is a girl Plano solos wer:e given by.Blgne Hjenn- . 7: - 1:,- P. 1\1. Choir Hclwarsul. who plays baseball and goes to school Woac1t1'iq Stad. Esther Towe; and .Mr. Edwards. here. starts showing the other teams I sit andJan WJ1te my EngI1ah themes Dagmar Hagenellll., accomparued by her Frida)� March 22. ll eY he 1 :;\0 P. 1\1. Thc Ladies (;uiid givc Basket Sociul in the Chllrt'll ;1�;�n�he:rd �:/� :�� I S m r g h ��:'=e o=;U;ol:�dnama �:; P:t� O:d OJI��ters ' which Parlors. Girls, bring your huskct and ynur fricnd. she Is pitching. Otherwise. the' cham-� I ':ite�likew:::":: the onell I dream tonIshi. hatt,been received, expre.asing greetings.. Saturday, March 23 pion-ship would be Just as good put were read by the t.OULmaster. -�� :t �t 1����(;a�I��i�ool and Confirmul ion C,!lIliS. ' on ice, (or I sit and read my EnglIah Ule{DaI The menu included tnUt cocktail. 1V l It looks like spring actually here. As\And what next I ahould 'WJ1te, boulllon chicken pie, pea.s"aa1ad. olives, Sunday. March ·24, and many student.!! has Commenced to I oftenponder wonder tI other folU' themes fOils. I� cream, wafers; and coffee. take .long walks In the open. . I 6UP- Are themes A. M. Norsc Sen-ices their health is In' bad' condlUon on . nJght. llke the one I WTtte to· II: A. 1\1. Norse Scn-kcs . 7::1 P. 1\1, Tlw Cllntata "Pall1�s of \'idory" is sung hy III(' Junior account of so much study and worry: . One student told me he d.1d not see how As I sit and write my' £ngllah themal and S('nior Choirs. Mrs. Ph. E. Hau/.!c . diredress. Iktm PrinUa.. he could get thru the semester elUUl,lS In the candle's fadlng ·glow. Easter Sunday, March 31 �y�tone PrinU�g Co.., Inc: e r � M : l ;) I'. 1\1. The P. L. C. Choir gives !I conccrt ill the.Collcge gym. �� o;::w�::. :����: �:cc:;�:� I U::m: the grades. of my other Main 3757 10% Paclfie A...e him out of exams, I don't thlnk he will TACOMA And Wonder' wbat makes tbem' have nervouS prostrations from overlow. 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C. must ! the stAlndpolnt of \he debaters ilOd of Dlvlne servl� Hut,'edt, editor. of "Luther. which have been ·prevalent the la..st few ghe cred}t to Sumner, I"He. and'. un-i sludent.s hearina: the deb!t-tes a great ton Lu�heran Church. Sunday mo.�nlng. College A.Chip!l:' USlni '� his .subJect, a(temoona. , ,.J CQI� Park for spoUing the victory .board.. deal of benefit derinod from them. where Doctor Boe: president of �t. �Iaf , College Paper . a Christian ' several candidates are loomlpg up u The girls yrld� thefl}lleh'es on ""innJng i The �'lIld of fate. which. seemingly lold !;If the op�rlunltles the 1 CQntenders for poaltlON. ., o�t' �me from Sumner. as that team had gotten the better of our debatt'rs. College, preached the sermoll� He dls- Agency:'pape� . OI"U .... bill southpaw of has Siegel. retlei:t1n college Chri:'Ood's III i cussed Chrl3t a.� the �l leader i o " ��h:\I��O���eOf�= :� u ���m ;�r:�'e;: ; �:':: :'h::� ��: "'1>ri. and said t�at ..... In being lea�- �::UII:e�s �::eh:::�� :;:ru� �:� ' ��I:I�� th:i1�late�nd::;:�yg r� . follo""$:' . from St, ers. mwst first learn to foll0v.: In Christ 5 5010 by Hannah Hanson. of. AugUStAlnR �hOUii1ered by Col�m, Pal? and Howlc'll:. ,Po i.. C. afflrmatl-;:e team ....on P. L. C. 21-8umller 6'9 Martbfs nega�lve' team lut Friday stetw.'- 1hen tOQ, at th!. close of lire. College. .., tbe �ubJecl, . "The �!to? l All arl' �howll}jl: up well. and , all Ilre L. C. 2Q--Sumner 17 eyening, In a 2-0 deci!ll�m. TIli!l de�a.te, may be able to say, "1 "'I:I.ave (lnlshed Task:' dc::veloped by Noms Halvor- el1p�ble of f11111l.1 an Infield btrth if not P. L. C, Z2-Unco\n Park 24 expressed by. many who ·hea.rd it, work thou ga.vest me. lo do·... son. Edllor of the Concordia COllege used as twlrle�. <:,ther Infit'ld candldP. C. 22-Uncoln Park � ' cont.alned tl"ie most lively d\..scUS&lo theFo\lowtn ate's' Ilre Ny·mllll. SIlnders?n" J{off. by the "Concordlan." sacred concert p, L. C. 37-Fife 32 0f any .of the debat�. . TIlls wa..s the AugustAlnai'Caollege ?nday af- The afternoon session of the Press Wells. M.onson and Berenlson. . In thll Choir. S P. L. C. 32-Flfe 3S . P. E. TIlOr 'of China. only vlclory g.alned by P. L. C. this opened wllh a III.' l ecUon by outfield Fn!nch. E. Jacobeo�. 8. Jacob' !i?� ( P. L. C. 48--centralia 22 f'""'I . 1 season. The same e"enlng our negative temoon, Re'·.on missiOns. s � ' '1ng ClefC," a chorus or Augus- �on. L. Sander&lIl. Oardlln. John.wn , P. L. C. '21---Centralla 20) I ' team I�t to 8t. Martln's afflrmath-e at gave pa tAllil: . MOrTiS Wei. oC Luther anct Oopelerud are staging. �. battle for rs e o n sen L. C, 34--Flrsl Luthertns 32' I St. Martln's College. ....Ith . which we ::;� �: �t �t��r :O�� � �h: then pre:e�ted plans which I positiON. P. L. C. 31-F'Il'l1t Lutherans 26 hR"e had fortnslc relRt\ons for sev- The cI= the. effectiveness of the ' Last TuesdRY's pracUce was feature4 ng seat.on of the convention . P. L. C. 2S-Alumnl 21 ' years. . PrI'55 Association. One sug- I with a few Innings oC scrimmage. The held Sunda� �venlng . �Ith Rev. The �rlli' basketball. team rlg.htfully erRI The debaters previous to these two was that a committee be'. OTgRnlzed l reliull1!. conlilderlng the time of .the ' arlln Norste..cl of Minneapolis ptiile feels that they ha,'C had a successful have a.1I been lost to flPposlng teams: On rpeaker seminary rqr the pUrp06e Of season. were proml�lng. Although t�e subject. his on spe�ltlg In sclI�n. March 1 the p, !-. C. ni.'PUve team met :'The �waltlng Crown." Rev. Norstad news from the different schools regular lineup Is as yet Indefinite, the Weber College afflrmallve team used Paul as an exa'mple of one who at to-the L)llheran . Church Herold. ""as Ram.s� used Siegel and coltom as . ALUMNI LOSE TO GIRLS from Ogden. Utah. Weber ·Col\.ege Is the close of his lire was satisfied that he adopted. battery for the first !lC\uad. 'oVIth HOWlot -reno""ned for Its excellent debate had en up w.QI"ldlY fame. glort. hon- Miss Borghlld Dahl, teR$hcr of Jour- at fint. Sanderson lit �nd. Nyman . In CIOM' Game Encb With of %5 teams. and mRkes lin amiual tour along or ...rd of nallsm at 'Augustana, made 'a comparl- t?e shortpatch. and Palo �n third. ... re bett:r the for alth e ,,: a: To . . son of the f�ur college papers. The Con- I Swlndlll?d. B. Jacobson. and E. Jacobj� the John Wiese and Erling: ..t�e crown of life." . The P. L. t....Aiumnl. (ter a glorioWl Jacobsen represent� P. L. C. In th� � cordlan, the St. Olaf Messenger. Luther son worked In the ouUleld. the yarious sesslons, musical College fight. loot their game with the P' , L. C. debate. and Dan Kennedy and Jamell During were Chips, and the Augustana Mlrglvcn b'y students of Aunumbers . I girls. If they hlOd had the p..act!cc. 1 Nell. Weber College. ' ror. T� was followed by a generaL dlsgustana' ColIl'ge. of Sioux Failli. and cussion. . I the Oladlators ""'ould probably ha\'e I�t On March 8 our negath'e team, com� the I "Treble Cleff," a girls' choru.� the game. P. L, C. had a !2-polnt lead pooed of John Wiese and·Oerhard Lane, Augustana Charles NO�by of Luther College was Academ),. Students of at the end of the half. but the Alumni debated the afflrmath·e. �m of Bell- gustana coiiege elected president of the �oclallon for also a.sslsted mUled and ga"e P. L. C. a chance to Ingham Normal. ....hll year. succ.g Howllrd . e our I\fflrmatlve Academy In making arrange- I coming whistle bl'e"" ""hen the score I team, Olar Ordal and Erling' Jacobsen, �f the of St. Olaf CO!lege� � $. "·OrTY.25 The to 21 In fa,'or of P. L. C. The 1 debated thl' Normal n�ath'e team. enl :!: t at the vardiscussed Among ers mat Imme ..', $10""'. and bolh leams showed Both df'bates \\"er&-;l,'o� by Bellingham, 10Wi business sessions � �=,===�===� the "gospel .... I. I�ck of recent practice. PoIIY LangIOw The debilte question lor th�S year a.o; team.. Idea ; reporl$ g!<en bY the. deledisplayed her .w;�al prowess. IiClected by the Kappa Delta .....as. : gat;es shl!wed , MUT plan adopted last how BUTTERthe . ..Riesoh·ed. that substItute for trial year had worked out . ·The coro;ellSUS ?t lineup Is as follo"'1I: . . The . . "Inmnl P. I.. C. by jury be adopted." The P. L. C, liquad opinion was that these teams. consi.st•.R E .... D . LIlnglo"" <Fl Larson con.�ted or John �Iese. OerhardLane, Ing of '5e\'eral 'studenUl and teachers ... M. F'adnc!>s ( 1" 1 »ou.. ) . Kaaland Erling Jacobsen. and Olaf Ordal. None I who ga\'e school programs outside of (Apolo14lu to �h..... Knutzen Omnde of these men ....111 . be back next year to 1 the schOOl. were "cry successful In keepg t n l I Brookdnle Ca,h :�;:�ss II�I, �:��� : l� :��r:�}�:!�. m�::�a;::lI �a�:':1 :�: ��� �nh:��':s�::��::��:�la. Jorgenwn Markel 101 O. Knutsen be select.ed for the conring season. 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Ch4lpel 5ervi�& on 1a.st MOil"")' morn- . Th' _ of �u" -n .. .... " "...n . """' jt:::J _ . a� of such u�ttl�. "'eather to Portland lut 'Monday .('l'enlntr. the Ing dedicated to the memory of Eva This )'ear's first exten�lve' tour Of the � . Knu�n \\'1'1"f' most appropriately eon- Pacific Lutheran COllt81' .Cholr luLlna n t O te nd :n J::::�r�::n:: �ad ���:o:; I �;th;n::t:: :n�( ducted by Rev. Sn.re "'hose topic for !.Ix days came to aslOR 'Aprll �. after gh'en up \ht' Idu of • eam.pull day at l accompa address "·as. -Cl,?d Is Love." In addl- fin' succ:esllful concertA given in towns . n yl'.. ..... . . aU. ?ollege sophomores aren't so 'The Pacific Lutheran College acult).. . tlon to the roruiollng WOrdll of Rev. T. north of Parkland. gloomy. hov.ever. ' a�d when the sun Chose Mr, PhU,p E. Hauge to represent O. Svare. centered about the Biblical On MondAY morning. April I. t�e encame out one day. some enterprulng I I� at the funeral "'hlch toolt! place pa.Wlge "Ood 1& Lo\·e." and treating 011 tire choir accompanied by Dagmar IX'TSons mO\'ed that the (ollowlng FrI - ThUrsday at eleven o'clock In Our.Savthe love eternal of our Lord Jt'ftUll Hagl'oess. violinist. and' Victor Elvt'S, lt':(h 22. . ""srI aside for the bI' I1 ,,,.'5 Luth" 'n Chu-h day. M( Chr",t, '" t�e studenWl Bnd faculty Joined trom. bu�neSli manft er. left ParkJand, 'n Po.. "I.nd. lJ, cI eanup. .. O. K.. said the fll.culty, .. but I Se\'erai tokens of sympathy In s!nglng the fa\·orlte hymn of the arriving 'In Burlington , that afternoon, were .sent . . Ilre�re your lessons In case of rain." , by the various OrgatlM-tions of which b�ar departed-..The Oreat White where they were ente'Tta1nm., by Ed. e I ' Host... · a tran�laUon of "Den StOrt KnICtzen, The concert glve� that even- -� �:�';. � : E"a was a member. ' :'::e:y . ��� r�:n:� : h . The original Norwegian Ing took place at the Burlington High' HVlde Flok." e " ll � Besides �er mot�er Mlss Knutsen v. known, for FrIday morning dft"'lled : t m r ' by ' o leaves her p'fath�r ' Mr. J. J, Sanllsed bright, and clear. with enough sun for I ��I�� �u��:r:: �o�·:;..�o�:� �� =:�:����g�:':o,: P.e u I f r ::: rs which EVa sang but a few da)'s ago and without enough to cause 1a.z.- I ;��.�.� TU�:. �f��I�:·h:I�� ::� :� was On day the dliUler following :�:. ThrouShout the services It $Carcely n:ed In Edlson Hall by the ladles of of Portland: and Clara. of -J· ole . The col1)mlttee III charge. headed b): �anby � seemed possible thftt ont so clO6e and ;;e the EdIsOn Lutheran Churen In the . three brothers:. Ben. o f Canby. ar al Sh U no lSnger partake In afternoon the choir left for Bellingham, John Wiese. divided the students Into n . of San FranciscO. and B"511, of �� � : ora:s o; t�e choir, but had been "'here .they ap 'lt'ared In concert that . groups \lo'Itll two captains at the head tland, l �I� � ve-r as one of that evening at the O�rden Street Methoo of each working "liang," There wert' _ ryn� ;::�;:. Eva Knutsen wu born on July �. I ��t >,m'2.aslum y !<,angs for the te�nls courts, g .. � dist Church. under the ftusplcetl of the . parenWl Her Blair. eonsln. s W\. In 1907, ' :t. front campus, Idcldng . l105t, baseb II Studios Photo by HartsOok �Aa a prtlude to the commemoration Lutheran Churehea In chal'Kl! of Rev, '. Charles and Sophia 'net' TenI , dlafl.lond• and. that place deemed by \\'o!re . servIces �f�: J, O. Ed ..'ardJi; rende�� a Norby and R,ev:O, J. Oroat. Eva KnutHn man)' as the mo,t I�portant of all. the nl'$(lnl Knl:lLsen, In htr �arlY youth the selection. Prelude In E Minor by The choir arrived Wednesday after• • to settling'. at family ed mO\ Oregon. ' kitchen. AIf MYhre wu appointed as BaCh. on the pipe orp.n. Mrs. Philip noon In Stan...ood, where the .evenlng·s ..t��:"-.!'1!.�. LUJII'tIl.-"'!J!! �{!;9!l "".I .��by'.. It was here that she attended E. Hauge and hIiaa Ann. Mlkkel.een cOnc� w.. liven In the Lutheran PrIor to her coming r.o Pacific . oHt.._all booU:eeper( each sang a llOla. "Nlnety-flnt Psalm," churth, at 5:30. The ladles of the By 8:30 everyone was hard at "'ork. Lutheran College she attended ,the , and "come Unto Me" by ) Cara Rama: Luther League IIt'rved ,dlMer In t!;le -. , . for two I respeet ely Anna Ml b.llt non� �me sO In�rested that they , Monmouth Normal School and kke(sen being ac-. hall. h. , I Re8lJIl8 n Colhston UnnvOIdnble taught Ore she of years state the In forgot dinner: In fact one gang came In ahd Mrs. The next morning, In Everett. the a sta by Cor companied Vi , . Pnssing of Sluden.l: and Ina half hour urly. saying they had a I COLI. It was to flnlsl:l her normal sch�1 Hauge by Mr. J. O. EdwarU.,. AI�.seleo- choir members "!Iere guests of the Parkjuries of Professor feeling It wu dinner time, This feellh'g \\'or� that she "as enrolled here. rendered were by land Chlldren's Home. w�ere they sang m�t tlons beautifully Her body will rest near that of her . spread so quickly that when the dinner The death Qf Miss Eva Knut.sen. these friends of the departed and were a few of their cOncert numbers to the gong finally sounded, ever)'one was in ' IRther, In Canby. Oregon. popular second year normal student, of t'ftpeclal appreciation to the audience. chlldreil. Luncheon and dinner were line. To say that the group looked like resulled from Injuries recel,!ed !n an Dr. Tlngelstad. In openlllg hla re- Rr·ved In the church parlors. The con­ refugees would be putting things mlld- :'IUSS EVA KSUTSEN'S !\IEMORIAL autoliloblle accident s�ortly afte� the marks on 'the 'scripture paasai-ea John cert In the evening. ..... glven Ih the ly. E\'en the cOau "'ere surprised. and In the lut paprr Eva "TU:e for her hour of midnight last Saturday. She 6:66-69. Im'oked the po'l'er of the Holy Same church. spent a frantic half hour making mort college Bible Class. she stressed the vital w coming hQ�e from seattle with Comforter tor those .who were berea\'ed From E�rett the choir traveled by � salad and trying more hamburgers. Importanct In her life ot the Christian VIctor. A. E1vestrom. field manager for and especially asked for aid to the one bUll to Beattie and from there by boat The groups ,,'el'f' sopn busily at work n I tluence In her home. She dwelt upon the Paelflc Lu�heran College. where he who felt the accident most profoundly, to .Brem�rton. where they were the once more. but when. about •.30. the the St;l.'Ct:t memories of the time when as had been failed on busl.neS!! Saty.rday praying that the e"rft:Cts wrought ·upon �ests at the Lutheran ' BrotherhOod ' kitchen crew carried doughnuts and a child she listened to her mother s de- q.flernoon: having alSo? stopped at Sum- him might soon be overcome. In the Home. �day evening the concer!was coffee out on the campus. no bell was vout SOnliS ot praise. Since these in- ner and Ke-nt to .rrange details In con- course of' his addre&.ll. Dr. Tlngel.lltad given In the M. E. church �nder the necessary. ..that. feeling" came just fluences 'had become the guiding prln - necpon with ehoir concerts. On their read a paper written by Eva Knut.sen 11.$ . aUsplcetl of the Luther"n churctW.vhere naturally. Mr. Lee . the photographer, clples of her life. and 51nce her ad\'lce return they hud proceeded but two an assignment In his Bible clasa. She nev. T!leo. Hokenslad 1$ pastor. • must have had ft f�lIng too. At any 'to an), of her fello..... students would blocks beyond the h_1II on Pac�f!c Ave - ....rote . on "My Personal Contact with After the B�JIlerton coneert the chOir rale he brought his kbdak along and no have be-en, "Build your Character on Is nue ....·hlch terminates at thirty-fifth Agencies or Religious Ed\Icatlon." The eompleted Its tour back to IChool. ar"'l doubt got some \'en' realistic pictures. the Foundation of Jesus Christ," It - street ....hen . a machine entered the following Is the content of her paper. rlvtng home at 2:00 o'cloclt Baturday ' �Contlnued on Page 2) indeed fitting lhat the stUdents. In pre hlgh...ay from their left anG from ali I � ucat1on point of morning. . "From a rel1glous sentlng to the SChool a memorial of evidences at a terr.lfle rate of speed . i'.... . I consider mysei't very fortunate In At the Individual homes the cholr O a sele<:ted a have should Knutsen, Ev PI.AY T GIVE STUDENTS member. ...ere royally entertained. The Mr. Eh'e.litrom. upon seelna that a col lI � beautlfu�plcture$ of Christ to be placed Iislon ...as unavoidable. turned his own I having ot my foundation In a Chrlst- trip W9..11 suecea.sful. not only flnanclal­ . . this beginning I ApPl'ft'lation of Beaut)' Is Purpose of t In one of the corridors. u · a Silent re- car so that the blo S ould be recei ed Ian home. Without V .....onderlng: just what would Iy but al60 Q an advertisement for the help cannot . h llj fin te and In i the young of to old Presentation mlnder . 011 his 1IIde of the machine and at the school. Large crowCSl attended the con�.... . �Contlntied on Page 2) Saturday e\'enlng. Aprn 13, the Art love of Ood. . . ' 'certJI lri most of the towns. and many same time thrust Miss Knut.sen down and the Mualc::al departments of Pacific o e e t lI e e ;:�I::�;e;, ��: ;�::; ��a�� bUe;�h�I!:��� �:�er�)':�� Royal RU8siay Choir· ;::��.� MOTHER 'OF S�UJ?ENTS ' ��� = � �w�h:� " tI SUCCU)\I BS..1'� ILLNESS his car overturned. rendering both ocMerits . l\fuch Praise Ed ;"arCSl. by May E. Roblruon. . / A concert hu Deen planned for Secupants unconscJous. In this play the author has tried to On March 25. shortly before Easter The occupanU of the other car In- To compare the Royal Ru.IIsIan atUe Sund!ly, AprU 14. and an entended . MOW 1thout exaggeration some of the vacation. Mrs, Laura Dorothe. John- volVed tn the aCCIdent co .. mistakes ... _ ....ere believed to Cholr:15 presentaUon with an organLz.a- trip Into Oregon for May 18 and 19. ever)' day. be- son. the mother ot Sena and Christine ha\'e been under the .1nlIuenee mmon e ol lntoxl- tlon sing41&' II capella 8..11 doeS the re'- dw1ng which coneerta wlU · be given. at ' I\evlng that It 1$ through Lse art educa.P. L. . C.. passed cating liquor. at least one o( them "'8..11 nowned ..5t. Olaf Cholr-q,lterlon of the SIlverton and Portland. JOhn$On. stu�ents at ly. ard . u tton that people learn to d 1( away at he.r Home In Kent. Washington. according to the report_at Pl?lIee head- PacifiC Lutheran COliece 'Choir-would . , I u�less th\ng$. and to ch()Ol5e Instead ' veral uarters, and In tbe wreck se u ess a e Though Mn. Johnaon had been ill Q be a moot ditflcult task, for one could CHOIR TO BE ON PROGRAM tho ot beauty nd ua fuln . -for some time he death came sudden- broken botUes were found, altho the not meuure the JY.llQ...t.I of each comThe ca.st Ls as follows contents of theR cannot be definitely manding merit on the same plane but All Unl.ert.ltJ Chapel Senlea To Hear Arn oe old Th tenson Iy. as a shock to veryone Includ!ng pro ed The s .. Mt Brown P L C. Jl.epl'eHDtatlVt'l pefli of this car must would.have to cOlllllder which organl za\ �n her two daughUlil he e at 5Chool They Lillian And Mrs Brown -which have been terrUlc. &!nee. after glancing tlon reaches the'acme of atta1nable perfuneral e tor home called wen; I Larso n Pauline May Brown Elvelltrom , car and overturning It, the fecUon Such then would reault In only The Pacl1lc Lutheran COUege Choir Robert M'oll9On was held Friday. March 29 Junior Brown other- car. ,till had vel«lty enough to • proportional comparison and wowe{ will sing In Mean'y Hall at the UnIVolga, In born wu Johnson Mrs. lsta cora. �_ _ Br h ee ....... ... V ow All double Ita bumper .11Ialnlt a fire hyd- ailov,: the all important Issue, which �_ venlty of Waahln1(ton. Seattle, on SunHden Brown .... . ........ ...Bertha OJaon SOuth Dakota, OCtober .15, �882. She rant and to r � ealt. the hydrant ott three ganlmtion employs (he better type of day evelling. April 14, at ., p, m., lakin( .._.......Id. Hbicterlle W&5 married ' to John O. John$On Spirit of Art (CO!l tnu on Page 2) part in the All Univen.lty chapel 1It'l'. she here ... musical' presentation, at larae. Kent. in ed InartisUc Spirits: Eugenia ' Cralby, OCtober 2, 1908. Ume of 'her death, On'e·of the most noteworthy featurf:S v1ce 1J)011aor'N bJ the C&mPua ChrIat1an unUIthe lived Anna Kllppen, Ames 'Pried.: :rayet, council. The choir will I5ing the followtheir 1$ Choir RUMlon Royal the of Aamodt and lopbora' Bolatad. . The Moortng, Mast takes this opporcapaelty to sing in planlaslmal d�. ID, oumb;ers: "A Cro::?, of OrACe' lor COlon: Eliot MIchelsen, Viola Taw. tunlty of exp"rt:l5a1ng to the bereaved In the first nu�ber they.presented last Man:� "t?h .PraIae Ye." 'Qlad&ome Ra· Emm� Kaaland. Margaret Holmberg, 'tamily the sincere sympathies of. the �prll 14-Cl)olr concert at Seattie. W�etlday evening. "What the...FlowUlll dlance," "Make Me, Ob J..on:f" God.'" , 4:30. at ,Dorothy .�e; Beanca Jorvenaon, faculty and Itudenta. t'Speeially to sma April 1&-0. O. R. meeta of . {he Steep!! Told Me." the sopran� "From Heaven Abt;lve:' "BeauUful Ba" Luther .t slnp Choir C. L. l9-P. AprU and C�. . . I ' Evelyn M'on!JOn. Edna . . . < seeUOns I&lJI $0 softly. 10 lour," and ��U.II Del" alto and Luth.Savlour·' League Our In Rally . Marle Oardlln. . steadily and so .w1tbout' apparent effort "AinUI Dei" by Kall.nn1kof Ai a res-- ' M1u Sarah U, Pin','former In.IItrUctor eran Church, 'I'¥Orna. Spirit of 8Qna:: Ann& . � . many ponae will �Iude the Procram· After In the Normal �ent at 'P. 1... C., April �Art c1a.\s �ta pla1. "Art that throuih the audlenee EJna nuJaon. ' that the the chapel aer+k:e the cbotr w1ll be mo. Questa: .CUl Anderson and Daplal' ,la 'DOw teaehln&' In the TUlamoot High Whue Art 'nJou," .1n coUese Oym .t thouahts prevailed. TO believe tertalned by the U. I;utbenn cbw-ch.. ' . cContinuecl on Pa(-e 3) . ' 8 0·clock. . l ln OrqOll. , 8ehoo . HqeDesI:.. ._" / ' .

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Mr. Elv�trOm. .w� 'tUHered only : ;; . : :e;: ; � w� � ����r;tl � := i: f e o!,�� _ : _ . _ _ . _ = ���.� . Organ1zaUom _ . _ Doroth� Lehmann Burllngton &pd we do too. now. after .. p l m.lnor cut. and brU1Ies, on retaining I Frenchy has been . Dr.' and ·Mrs. O. A. nngelstad. attend- C?IUCIOu��U. m l m��tdY ��lfI�o�.":. : T_rulso_n. �na J_Oh�n. ����e�=.nGerhard. Molden we have beenhethcre. Humor and Fe&.:::: . .. ..... ,nd wd. there before ed. the choir concert In Everett. ThUf"$- Knutsen s �e, Alumni _ .:.� :< Sylvia' Larson' Rudolph sanderson d . d an e e April . day. 1ks 4 . . :::::� ���h:�ot =:nKn��: �� �l�:::::' �:�: :as ':�::l h�� :� _ . . . . ��::1� · hO s ffere . ��: illo��h� ���� ::=;S. _ - -. _ - - . Ida Rlnderne: �� �=! to · �def"$tand. 'f!l.ere ....u .one joke M;. �. W. Ramstad made' a buslness sen. .....and a uc d 7 about.a polar bear w1?lch asked Nobile trip to Bremerton 011 Mo_nda.y and brain rushed c BVSINESS DEPARTML"'fT ';t t I Tue ay evening'. APtt� 9. El10t loUcketson Carl Anderson i:.:�IV:!��:;:!=:m�. She .���le� ���..�:-:�: =�d � w= sd . a C•.RCULATION l o 3: 10. Monday away t � m m � t as w_ t stOry a th� t was bou \\'hell The Subu ban Study Club met at the t\8 joke Agnes Klippen Pegp Harvey flitllihed. Persomi.lly. .1 think the Joke home of Mrs. Ph. E, Haulli!. Tuesday Upon receiving word 'or he-r daughter's ADVERTISING condition, Mra. ..1. J. ·Ba�dsneaa hurr.led was on Nobile, because anybody ou-ght ""\·""nlng. Aprl1 9. , Gerhard Lane George Lane to know that a Polar bear can't mOnk�Y to TacOma and stayed at lier daullhter's TYl'ING ....Ith . soap \\'flen he's busy s....lmmlngJ Mrs A. W. Ra�tad. and children I bedside untJl the i"nd. He� home Is In lar aro nd the North Pole. BesIdes· ;s�nt the past "'eek In Bothel with Mrs. Canby. O!'ellon. Miss Berdine KnutseQ.· po u . \ FAC�� ':�ERS who "as spelldJng the week-end at the bears alnt brought up that \\ay RamstadS mothcr Mrs Kvlndlog I'f. J. HONO -' " of Rev Hokenstad In Bremerton home There some dumb remlLrks made ""Dr 0 A 'I'lngelstad left for Spokane also hurrl� to her ! sls.ter s side re­ . - too which I hope you .on t tell any: .... -KN "A ,...t ---N UTS Ebody as the ohes which said them may- Tucscla� April 9 to attend a Special malnLnIl until Eva � away meeting held In The SpoTo the IIll'lllOry of our IJdm'cd sl·hoolnwh'. Eva h.llulS('lI. be don t .'ant people to know about It Conference be the olle .to give theml�ne College. . whum it hilS pll'uS('d (icitl 10 rt"IlW\'l' frulll our tII'is.l. h )\' ill �I :>-: n;nd I ....ouldn·t DUTCH TWINS\:l\IOY�CA"MPU::;.-.--. ' f.8way. · TO P_ L. C. lhis issue uf till"' :\Iunring :\Iasl . . - {It·dit-ale Well. ...·e ...·U pasMng. a si3n .·hlch MEMQRY IS DEDICATED \Yl' exlend ollr lIlusl sim.'t're s\'l1ll lalhit'S III· her SutTOWIII� said. (Continued Crom Page 1 ) SERVICES CHAPEL BY -roads," when lOme one take a look at "Frenthy" one. you rt'laliws. und pm\' Ihal (inti will Iwl l) and ·s lrl'l IgllwlI thl'lIt in Ibis pipes "upCross 1) �ge . (�ntlnued from ...Ith. "I don·t \\'hy they IHJllr 'uf herea\·('III-elil. his fiery Arabian. . have any sillM like that. This road have been the result. The nevcr-Cor- andTowa' the camp� 100 As SI .tll'llls nut! 1l'IIl'hC'rs we cnl'l hurdly reuhz('. lilul sh� has even�nll d r the and grace meals gotten before other any more bit cros.s·than U aln't a Twlns and ,M).= . Idl tIS. \\ shall always l't'IIlCI�l ! )('r ht'r as a musl SlIIt·,'rt: fnt'.nd. road. as far prayer.; wcre a great Innuellce. More � If th� OoldhadDuat see." . . spent the� day there. a hlllhrui student. always slluHt..lg. I'\'t'r rt,tuly It) IwlJl utlwrs. The J hn can "I d.O ·t than anything else p.s the Sunday 91d OUu:hes ' e WI Thuugh we shull miss Ilt'r. :llld till/ugh \\'t' n.ml it hllrei lu t."ult'.r� thlnk �SO· �Ith:�. B;:: u�:�::s anoth:r morning singing or my mother. as she And again there w�re abou.t 300 tired and hungry worll;ers who stormed the stand wh:>-· she shuultl ll(' lukl'n a,,(·uy now, w(' Irust Ihal (lIId I I C 't u d land d that· th had a Ilttle extra t!,me. due to our re. dining hall. Oh. yes, the surpriseII is il�finil.t' \\'istJo�lI and "I\·l' htt<tlo.lll' 11." for tilt' hest. · thata:a)'$ �s:� ShOU�:rs:. I �e\.e; malnlng In bed later than usual on this the committee �: � had proml.secl c�lcken ( th l. \\ paUl I-,\'a nn (ttscll Is nuw tlt' hI)Jl�C " ,m fr('e fpllll l'Urlhly anyone kick: about shoulder� not momln(l:. I oould not understand the dln�er to the cre\\' a 100 per cent and sorrow. and though ht'r sOjourn hl're on eurtlNms t·ntl(',!. she heard being soft enough:'·' Ilymm. beeause they were sUllg In the attendance and most\\1th ralthCul work. The hus iJl'gull II pcw IInti more' gluriolls life �" ilh her �I!\·i()l·. Thosc Maybe you think that I set to work Norwegian language. but the reverenc"" he timekee t award was given per and lo , uf �IIS who arc Idt Ilwuil llw lime wilC'1l Wl' shull ull lw ·lllliled ,,,ith explaining these slgm to thl:." Well. and grace with Which they w""re sung __ IIO._�.__ her in thul "grelll white hilS'" IIIHI IIll'!'1 till' Bedel'mer flll'e lu fnce. should say not' Folks that don·t know will IIolways remain In my mt'rftOt1. · hb· ��·W. said he Bud anyway. eat couldn't they ' \\"t' usk tty:it we 111:1'· .I;l' I1 de 10 al i zt' th(' iilfinilt" wisdulll any more than that \\'ouldn't Under- My Sunday School experience. ...as nf uur :\Iuk('r. and prlly ilm! (iu<l \\'ill rOrt'\'('r hless a1l1UIlf,l' Iht, stand any explanation or lnterllretation very small because of � fact that likro his chicken flne. IIghl.ed was bonfire a e\'enlng That from Car enable too to lived church' nH'Ill(Jry (If I-:\:a Knuls('n. Shakespeare SIl)'!. "Ignoreither. of the campus and many ance Is bliss." But wouldn·t yo'(l think. to go other than on days when there In the west end stuclent.s took the opportunity of \'IsltA 'V A Y Ma. thllt a eJ[perlenced. bright-looking were church services. "�hlch was usal!y' Ing I ('allllol say. nnd I '\\'ill 110,1 sllY fet!ow like Johnny Wiese. would know every three weeks. ParOCJ:tlal arid Sat- the newly-painted. klcklllg post. urday SChools were not held In this conTlml sll{' is (l('u( 1 She is just awuy ! more than that? --0 t ll il a e h t 1 . t �i;� l l=SC��·�I��1�;�:l i�;I�II���l ll����;�1�·�l :��1���1 U1 Al�:h:��:e �:�!s �a: �:e� !�:� :;: �; ::·flrmatlOn days "'ere a means T And \'Oll-O \'Utl. \\'ho Ihl' wildesl '·('lUll whiCh was lucky for th""m. Elliot Mlck- of much IQformation on religious topl.;s. GAS '" OIL · Fur illt' ultl-tlllll' !IItl'(l and the gilid rC'1 urn. elsen said me found · a brother ' as a but I regret the fact that due to my 1m- . Think of her faring on. as dear souven!,r from the choir trip. but 1 don't mature age, much of the con"tent was GROCERIES hardly think she" found In the dime mlsunder.;t.ood. In til(' Ion' of Thert' liS til(' 10\'(' of Ill'r(': store.· Howsoever. Johnny Ooplerud Church·servlces. young peoples $Ocle. Think.of lu',· slill lls Ih(' slUIIt'. 1 Sht' is nol dead - She is just n\\·a�·. found a souvenlf shoe s�nlng contrap- ties, Bible classes: choir singing. .etc.. I ' � ... � � � = � J. � nm � w _ '& " _ _ .n ·_ I'� i" 'h _ _ _ I \i n5 IP _ Y & , tlon In �htl dime store. $0 )·ou ne\'tr can are a wonderCul Innuence for good ·ln · Sales Service Station n Ik h te g. ��. n.d. and I no excepu m 1 n � · � ' : ��� � : hr � 'on ...... ,h .., . Mr. Skinner: Prop . � :��t. � ::l: I t!�l )� a u thinss we saw and did at Stanwood. Our home al\\'ays contained the LuthTen rears' Experience E\much ;erett. IIond Bremer;on. but It Is too eran Church papers In two '1anguages 4' I to even start to conclud"". How- and the Sunday SChool papers. which' = soever. It would be even. worse to try to were :=::::::====== Has Shown the Wisdom eagerly read by all. tell about aU the things we ate. Amle . At the present tl\le our class In re­ Be'u.- PrinUn, A:s!b Thostenson has explalned carefully that 1i3lous instruction. o�r chapel exercises. Printing Co·.. Inc Denion�trated the Advantages If was not true that h� �te eight pieces the choir slnglng. church services. etc.. KeY8t�ne of Chocolate cake for amner at Bremer- are \'ery Inspirlna and OF 'Jot Padlk Aft informational to Main :ns'J ton. This Is e(l.$ y to belle\' e , as I ate me. 1 feel certain that their Influence TACOMA I . Restricted Field some of It myself arid do not blame him ",III last throullh my whole life." 2. Select :\'fcmllcrship · . at ,all If he ate more than that. We saw �he Navy Yards at Brcmerton Tobaccos. Cigar! and b t es The HOfne of�Z Pants Salta 1 Candie.. Magaz.inea. Papers ���:;�I:?�ut'7::e ;:n't :�; ��� tie on for that day, $0 we wouldn·t shoot JETLAND &'PALAGRU't! ' L. off the cannOM. Paclflc Avenue LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD .8O'JTacoma It I.s kind of nice to be hack at P. L. C. 912 Pac. Ave Tacoma. WUh. . 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Ifrhleh �U5t. � . ''mnJo£ OF YOUTH de\':� Ia found. The . chilmn are I tducaUc;m. The}, nand back and k�p to' hal't: people talk to you pri�.telY conceioi.J.ll questkm. . the thlnp t,tley about your �I.tlon to' . or do )'ou urau, arlBe In the mind.of an, ,row nl probablJ sent to Sund., School; and Quitt and don't . . - notice TO., W A • .OS "IS ,GO.D the parentl ' thlnk that that b enough. Ihould." resent It'" Forty ans.....e�·. "I do not boy, or ,ttl, . .

O e n ""I::�::'�C:�:. r;:�lj':;:7: .�:�)'..;;;�u�� �:: ::;':��e��e.�b '�e: �:�(��::;e .=:, �·d��dg� �� r���U::;;:� ;:!:r:.U�:� :�"�o� of �ne mind', ho"'tver, to how much Itt the routh: or perhaps �ey think 4:X:u�lon ot that pha.se of Ufe has f:(o'tr .'ho �petlk.s to me," A great many ma�t' or what , Its ttlat ' Sundar school I.s sufflcitllt;" �n brought up in my home. My. �tements similar ' to th.15 one: "I plt'&IUte they should have, .... .. . . privately to ha talked be been' once conscience n't my e ' let to me nature shOUld be. All have a definite told: mother , ' Another writes, " The' present ·�·stem \ ..... not hu �rson when but I dOn·t vie" about the maner, but' dlUerlng guide, but my adebe relatlon-�,Ood, w?Uld my about trai�ll1i Christian lOt � : :-:: m: . of "':'0 )d he> ' ....hy I should resent. havinl Mlmeone more or less .un0n8 themselves. hee � quate If more time and stress I!.'ere gh'- had much on which ta build up.a contfIf ......u.. ....,..,. • t:IIiP .r. III th ; youthhea'���' to It. The fault )Ies In· the fact science, It Is \'ery hard to decide be· sho,.,' ooncern for my soul." · .You", people a whole are \'ery I�\i: en � n r\itlt and wrona."' . ' Restless Youth" too tw _ "" III (h.J bMh a.nd � stat.e<l: " 1 u.$td. to·resent It before much In u..rn"t about their rellglon. .... e of that in thls " One in s ht ordlr thought . 5everal try excuse �e adults. say- r wu,a child of Ood. but now that I They like to be _�poken to �rlyately . "'" t-.. but know thou that for much time I.s s�nt in �' ,�� God "til' brina th� to ::rdt::e�:;=I�I::e�.lven to prepa�t1on In!l�h;�����::��j::t.��tCO=I:�a� ':e�n�ed�lYl ���:tI�:'��kci::.�teIY con- ����e�:I:;���ntoeA?;:� �::I:�� . much,re- � end by saying tnat this t1�ldlty Another stated. "I regret to'say t hat fU"e anxlolL! to glv.e �r. reethe help. � ft Owt God ..-ks to 'youth. ,\ third student sa.y$. " and causes.' them to lose the confidence Of I do not f�1 at eue when people talk SOme han alao f.9Und that If they speak .... .... J""'t1.h to bf full of .lOy. and ligion cannot be .tau.ght to any?ne, they are rldl- ' U. "*" III n-.-tulNa. He 8:-pK"ts I especially growing ,children. . "I:he t�e young. . to me privately about·Ood. 1 think they of these thlng-Sro. othen, �o on In sUenc.e, (If !'Ils eornmand- present day of fPoSt ·lncreaslng complexMInd",1 '"' .. ... A fel!.' seem a Uttlt: bitter towards t.h� driving at something I.ndlrl!Ctly. It· culed, and therefore understandll who one some . ..... III!III t(I lind pleasure refor d backgro g a make es l thai. hoping I . � ' o " They Is. good t9 be reminded of ne relaWl oocf generation. as In thl.S In sen'lng Ulglon a code . of morals an:ab!!Olute older n�. � leave the chUdren to d' the talkIng Horu' � Ood onee In a yhlii. however," �III s�ak. :.q them. . _. I\IwdI II the .ttttUde. o� � to- I l ty, ne «SS splrltl1al programs League, r e Luth, At youth the . -Stili anothe-r sll..Y�. ·"1 do not mind themselves. and then when' . . ..... ....h .. . Wh.t Pi routhT-attitude � Oed and tow nts Chrutlan Another 1!."TI�es In a little dUferent goes astra)' the adult.!! are the first to 'havlng people talk to me privately about u ""ell entertaining numbers a�· en· ..· \ eln. theparenta become too strict.. CQmthe ' enjoy �ple Young· Joy�.· . criticize . . my ;elatlon to Ood 1 am' not &Shamed � . th their children, the latter usually ..... _loti � of ItaJ .Importance to I!.·! . The Chllrch andPII!'Uure ' of my. belief In Him, and 1t.1 can help pit.ny of true Ohrlstlans but hate sham .. ... ,. II Uw t:hun::h 1.1 to -cOntinue to make up for It ,.,'he-n they begin to ear� The question which drew the most anyone, or If an' one can el"\llgl)ten me and hypocrllY· They are l1lerclieM in ... .� ",,",",I� JIlIUlt of n�lt�' I the-Ir o""n living. I think. hOI!.'ever that \',.ed and po.,ltlve answers and raised In any way as U; the truth, 'I apllrl!Clate ..t�elr ,1udiment.. at .fakes but have pro. . hQme training st)ould. Include the the- greatest dbcusslon was: found respect' a.nd love .for th� wtio _ treM Uw ileOIllf'. It."' . h lm reUglon. 1 think young people tblnk that the <;hurch 15 too strict)'ou live their Chrlstlanlty. C olcl!' of Prorrams , ln �.., )"I'IlIth·, own \'iewpolnt Chrlsti . ChU�ch." to go ' to hould like . 'I\I.'enty said no, The !;I!'vl'nth question read. YO� The study of theu '!questions reveals pleasures?" to r�ard j .=" ChrbUan trai.nln,. ques- � Prattlcally all. �eallU'd tl}e Import,, ,,",I to aboUt IIlty of i fact.!! which are t.ncouraglng lind many alms that program Lea@:ue Luther a like seven and. no. and yes two �'es: eighteen. _.� .�U at Pacific' Luther· ' ance of Chrlstlanlt)' In the home. Il I-!i Mid that :SOme churche-s were t� strict. to - be of help to your personal spiritual thought·provoklng. It 'should serve .. � thr majOrity of .·hom .'ere lI therefor not surprising . that\.Lhe an- The grl'Rt snag o\ e.r which they sturn- IUe. or do fOU prefer Informational or a challenge to every Chrls.tlan young or ' Vo·e-rs to the next questloll.\n�mel}", bled the attitude .·lth a ItOOd sprinkling of .s··Whlch ...._ ... old. to Increase hls errort.� to wIn and of the chutch to- entertaining progra�s?" of thes� Insut�tloru have . ....Nl ..,... lfnru Th" �tlld.nts were ,Eighteen answered that they prefer- k�p the�young folks for Christ. The.re dancing. We shall let them 5�ak " hf'IPed .the Jn05t?' should � of the wird ....... \ ng m�ny dangers surrounding the: are of arlet}' a ontalnl c program for themselves. d rl!' ' ...... t4t .... lWTll'rtb- franil; In tlH�lr lin- � nature ' ' they \!o·ere. Thlrty.thr� ga\'e " Danclng Is what aile makes It." If onl!' secular numbers. ... and _ pronnltted 10 hlllld In Thlrteen preferred you�h of ' today. The. world and thl' I t�e home as the greatl!'St ald. ttfleen gbes ' l\ . good tline. tho.se t,pat aimed to 'be of help to their servants of the devil/are ne\'er lea�'e off c ...... "'1--" ItndlMd e to to have a da n ga\ e the Sunday Schoo\. and thr� gave he does not necessarily become Pl\.!i- �rsollal spiritual life. and ten chose their u'rglng them � Join the kIngdom ........ ...... ., \'ll!'w chur' Ch schOOls: , . n. "",,·,,_Uon ukt'd wlis thl.s: t et!'fore need lon�tebor rank. We do n�t go to daric�" entertaining and Informational pro- of darkness. We h answers to . the lIext questloll sjust �_ that· thP I"....,nt system of 'Werl' "'Ilrshall all our fo;ces w6rlng th� . Themore e abll!' to embrace People. Peoople grams. varied. It was stated thus: .-111 todance .........., TralniM b' adequlllte for the I regardless . of what the Typical re�ns given for each group I youth to the wlnsom�ess. the " Whlch h �s had tJ:te lellst In fluence In . ...... .. �)" 1� In I"",uthe�ls I!.·as strength. the lo\'e and drawing po\yer of . R ch�rch saYS. Their conscience "jay hurt are th�e: ...... . MfI!J"I' lratnllllt. church. Sundar your life? ani): one ga\'e home as' fl \,- them at rtrst . tint �n thtlYts over. " 1 think that Luther pro- Jesus. When He has become reRI to , come. and dance becomes a common- grams ··should be' varied... League !Ilg ,the least Influence. eight gave Sunmany of the problems regardLng . them. League The .......,. .f"OI'"tItrll and church !!-RsC"hool.s. I day school: eight. church school: rive. .. ...._ to thb t1N'nty.t.·o Id alms to.brlng people to Ood. and to �how pleasure lind the like will solve thl'm' affair."' . HO\l·"v�r��hUn:h. and f/��n. p8�ochlal school. place ... '.."..".-_t-m _Id one who holds the oPllOSlte view their relation to Him. I t should al�dtselves. . Christ' alone can_ ch"imge the Influ< rt'a�ns g � 'he yen for tlie scant . .. I,," .-.nt to .h·f'· ror states. '"The churches are not a bit too 'be entertaining. so tbit the young folks heart of man. yet He has set'n fit to ...... _" It .... found that the)' In ! zc: e of Sun�ay and parochial schools strict ' ln ' regard to pleasures. They need need not go elsewhere for their amuse· use you and me to .speak for Him. and _ . be Hls willing hantU and feet. Thi!'y btlle\' e<1 !!If'- o�;�. �:�y�.�� h��\':tt:��� ����.�� to keep the »t'Ople away from .all Illaces ment ."· t · a general rule. held t1�em :.���� the tendency � not toward the th�n:e U���he:r��gll:nSs:�e:le: 'have :W1�::e::u� l�i�OI�:u�;:r��at ��� :::.;:;, ::u���t::�n ��nl:If: � I sUtutions. . high �steem l in. �trllI, ItretlMd. Again we hl'af. "The young people of programs that give- spiritual help. ,"ou wHllng to d� so? Would yO� take rltot ___ . Guld.ance. "'a. .nted . � ..,...,tf t.(iI Int""t In Hom(" today go to dances and consider It (:Jean one can hear secular prqgrams at school time to lead him to higher levelll and . . ....... I do not believe that tnere I The fourth Question was. " 00, YOll. enj oyment. I'll admit some people and In other places." !l.how him why you take your stand and t a h I "" -., �J�.)' where �Ime for I � :!�� ���� !:;� �1���l� l:�I� ��� �h;e�dan:r:n o;o::ew��n:\��r:r\��� ve:yns;:su� t::v;���ds������'e;:II�:: W�y this stand h� made you happy? t n v I � ,.. -.tl .t a man beet.uee gsrdlng morals an� ChrlStian Ideals?" scl �ce. I e don·t think there Is any ha.rm to give any r�asons for t�elr pref�rence. . . :c:: o;, �\:� _ .... � beNu.e of "hat Thl.'< brought an o\erwhelmlng number In It The young people will go In spite Some. however. said. "We can get splrtt- co:�V :I� �:�!Ie:� :v��' . · own W(,lIknes5. � ...... __uee he may appear of "noes" In reply. III �act. only four of the restriction of the churctf. so I!.'hy u�1 help In church: ' One'student write. � ,.. ..... f'MlIJ ta.uchInI" at rou take. up the whole armor r thought that �nough attention was glv_ have such a law?'" " 1 prefer entertaining' programs, prob� of··Wherefore. Ood that ye may be able to with,... � .Ld un _" our laQha en, to these topics. 1 w\ll Quote a few of In answer we .have this 5tateme-nt: " 1 ably because my training been hIlS hot 5t.and .In the evI' day. a.nd having done I the reasons given. One says : ... .. ---".. , . ertalnly do not believe that our church right."" "'Adults do not speak plainly the o too strict about ple-asure. , ,,nd: . ' " Ph. It' dlsap- The eighth question was worded as jyounger generation . which Is one reas- Isproves md follows: " Are- you more Inclined to dls- ;;;;;;;;;; playing of dancing. card . on why many of the young people of other which no real Christian cuss your spiritual condition \\11th .; today are morally low and get wrong can enthings joy. Since th'f're are so' many strangers than with membefs ot "your s r n l n d I a ? ' h ne a ��I� ::� :� dl�:�� ;:ul�g ::;;;:�a�': ���:::�: ar:sal��b�e�h� :t:� to �h�� �;:� :�a� :!:� �he7::��iI�� f�;�� BUCKLEY.KING CO . ' suffered on account of It."' J o h n s o n-C o x things which are mostly patronized by Iy, and ·thlrteen to strangers.. A few Anothl'� says. " The adults seem to be Company . . . answered, ··Nelther."· Those 110'1'\0. pre. I rllther shy a.bout talking to the young non-Christians?"' r says. ··It seems that today ferred to confide In 'thelr family usuallY" Anothe people of Chrlstilln mlltters. and th�' good. ch:urch "\I' �rs. who profess to gave as their reason that ··their family I'ut"k lcy-Ki n�f Fu nera ( Church young fain often form false opinions of be ChristiAns andmknow they are doing understood them."' Those preferrIng Christian morals and" Ideals."' wrolll�. Indulge In pleasures forbidden strangers, thought the reason might 1":'I.coma Ave. at So. FI� Still another says: 1 don·t .thlnk· the by the church,': that strangers were not so well • M. m adults gl\"e enough· thought or time to Another says. 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Plans For Graduation of Class, of 1929

ground IJI811 gaH' ample amusement ' of R m!sunderstalidlng as to. Pre�./enhon Or Health F.uluTf.>S Rnd lAbor for the methods and techniC !! Class On:\" Program' l-romi!K'S i the dale only a small cr�wd witnessed 1 S(ress,d 'I llny Fen ( � res; O( , , bv. . 'Mrs. ' ::TII orn . cias.o; In their project work. ..... u.den(s ,e UI.. ," h' '-,Io,m.n,, In (on Rules for ( ood r H Po ( · . n t . . The doll house. made by girls who Health Given Exer�lses . The usual choir songs were given. workl'd It out a jJTole<:t for primary Anna Mikkelson. d gmar SOlOist !u� " Preventlng Failures In Health'" wa" gradeS' was made out of orang(! crates. The officers.of the Rdmlnls�raUOll are 1929 :<iummer session. which will � g . (' The lI'orklng out· detailed plans for .of six weeks. opt'ns ' �l: �I::::�:���:���:h�:�d��l, �� U{;' the subje-ct of Mrs. Thornton's �lk' to cle\"('rly furnished !,h cardboo.rd fur; I bu.w �tendregistration �\'('r a period Week. Sunday evening wlth on June 0. " u l t pec the studcnts on Thursday. May 2. Mrs nlture, The modes-or-travel book. for Commencement 1 s ial req est a so sang Ano her con , , The purpose of this cou�o meet I cert may be arranged for In T�c�mlil Thornton Is field secretary of .th� the illlermediate gradfs. Included plc- :.��: !:II�t� l�ell�I" a �;�I��I �re:��h:;:I� I the fO�01\1ng ne-eds: To enRble the II later on. , I gton TUbercu]O!\ls .Assoclll.tlon. ·1 tures of \'ehlcles of trallllportation from Church. Spe-clal musl� will be furn llmlor college and normal students to ! · 1 WaspThe I�e-ed of adequate f� and rest all parts ot the world. The playground nlshed. The spt'aker h� not yel be<'n begin their training.. , 2, To ename such f Board of Trustees , 1\1 acquiring or keeping glJ?d health pfttll.. mad�y the boys of the class as chost'n. Day p�am .!!.d.u ents to compl!!le a �Irrlcu]um al- Continu es' Meeting IMI's. Thorntoq stressed es\>eelally: She an lI\l1le'r grade project. was a drawing w!\1Th�takeCommencement place In the college audltor-. r('ady Ix'gun; ,31 To enable a nor!1'al l I!ald. ' " Many of our teachern fall In the o[ fin Ideal school and ground:;;. Wednesday evening. JU e at lum. gradua� .to do work toward ' the re- SI. \" k" -c i I first fL\'e years because of poor hea]th ' This project work Is carried on every · S 4 d t u a newal of cer'tLtLcate �ec�d�:U�on� G��e ! A. t('acher"s health must be gOlXl. for ye8 in Miss StLxrl.ld·s me'hods and �:�h�' tl �:r �:�l�:a:. �1�U :: :�� :�C, h �. } . ' � � I nl� class for the purpose of ac- junior col1ege. ten from the highf $(:hool. This summer couse Is open all I a community demands leadership. as IqICC91nung Support to Plans prospecth'e teache:rs With and tv.enty-three -from the normal de'academlc knowledge. Today I thU type the students v.ho can carry the work with . ....... rl -I well of teaching. " l � the board of trustees of 'lmany ])COple are struggilng to gaLll l llt Ilartment. profll to them: however. high school PRC0y1;1tCApLutheran' . College met In Seattle What has been lost-their health:' I The Class Nile progrRm on Tuesday, graduation or Its equivalent Is required l h June 4. w\Jl opt'n Wflh the Ivy-p]anting T -«I'contlnue their meeting of 23. . i eac .ng ontracts the stRle of Washington a �ealtl In " C .April [or admission. ceremony lit 7 :30. on the college te must be presentt'd by the The faculty will be composed" ot At this meeting It was decided to offer , certLflcll. teacher. but many who are not fit get I" Signed. by Student.s camPIiS' Gerhard Lane will give the members from the regular teachlllg il a s\x-wt'"ek summer course for teachers. ,one. ra on· W Ll _ the Ivy will be planted ThiS : not falr lo the t�acher or , \ staff. Although the detalli!O plans for tt)e . I VashinJ. . ,rt on Schools .To Claim � . �erl la �a:o. chli ren taUght. !waliable thl5' lmprOlement The:nllmber O[ COUTSeS of the P. L. . C. campus· l tol"the ' a o . !.' I 1... C. Graduates or FI\'c the average wenty of rs spRn ag ye The exercIses In the Colleg� audlsummer ,dll be determined by tht' de29 As Teachers ..mp]ated b�' Mr ....Jtfllll�h. haw IIf.. ...·a!> thirty-elllht yean. Tooay It' 1 torlum' ....111 begin at 8 p' m, with Wal. mand. The eout5eS p"anne<! up to - this_ I IlOtcont reduction Is tubercuIn The fll y-fh'e es. nor ye unbe, t r presented. wLll been (' I � -follows: educatlona] psy I date are as Is dlse\t One topIe which r_ French as ma.<;ter ofI. ceremoni deaths alone has added ten years as follows:, J ssed � .:rhe tentat!ve program s chology. . educatlO�1 measurement, ILl the IInnua] meeting of the PacJfk losls , other more than hllPs any to lhe span of life. by th.e noraddress: j Welcome Erling JIIoCOb­ techniC of t('achlng. English composl- Luth..ran College Association be held re Is no cure for tuberculosis,.. . mal students at P. L. C. Is that of se- sen. lion. chlldren's IIteraturer English. at Portland. Or!f.gon: May ' 23 to 27 ; said"TheMrs. ThOrllton. " and one's o.nly iC\lrln� leaching positions for the com- 2. Violin solo: Dagmar HRgenes.os. grammar contemporary civilization' the board of trustees accepted tentas 3. Class Hlstorr: John Johnson. . Amerlca� history. hygiene. fundamen� th'el)' his geceral outline presented at :t�::i� 1:0ab����I::I:���n���a:u�:� Ing year. Since the la.<;t Lss.ue of the Warren . Ine.: Arneson. Marie Bov,man. I tals of music. normal music. physical I this meeting. not Inherited. and tile germs of It are Mooring Mast flve ha\'e signed con- Oardlln �nd He]en Westby. geography. Introduction to sociology: The boo.rd I'oled 10 giw their sup- hard aching In for Washington acts te Thorn�on to destroy. also Mrs. f 4. Saxophone . solo: Lillian. AnderI port 10 secure complete accreditation enumerated some signs �f tuberculo:;ls. grammar scf'l o oI.S . WRiter Fren' c h '1>;111 h son. of the Liberal Ar s d 'lslon of the Junt SlIcll a!> thc following: contlnuR] tlred- teach the flflh-grade pupils at Yelm. �. Class Prophecy: Ingeborg BolTwo. PUI)"ils to Be lor College -departmenl The Normal ness. atta.cks of Indlgestlo�. a Washington. lI'hUe Lela..h Grass will stad.. Lena Strandberg. Margaret Fad· Pres ented �lay 10 and High Schoo] departments are al- g freqb�nt m n t : ness. Bertha Rod and Arnold ThO!;By J. 0.. Edwards relldy arcredlted. and It Is confl�entlY : �: :f ��� �:. !�t:r::� �el�:;s� �� :� teach music In the same school. expec ted thllt the LI�ral ArW; dl\"lslon l s.",.eat.�. Rn : the 'splttlng of b!OIXI. II' 1 Irene Moore has s!.gned her conlract ! tensen. . , h n ] n c FrldRY evening. May Mr. J. WI�t ��I: ;e�:;�g l�h�I:�rd also decld- j �ccordln� ' to Mrs. ,Thornton. " �he I ��e��n ;a��}�f�]L��: ::�; �:: ·Is�� I o:�a]�d::�e�rd :an:��Obe�':�'nu��� . Edwards Wilt present two pUlllls. Jardls to 5end Or. Tlnge]stad and the Rev_ ��n: �[ ���rculpsls Lies In iearnmg leach. each year hires one Inexperlenc- I Nelptu Gulleson. Ida HlnderUe, P:hyllls Olberg and Margar!'t Roen. In a . pipe edHaa\'lk. l ed leacher. Irene will this year fill the Grande and LPdelte WllVley. pre�idelll o{ the board. to . ;\�:. g . I l r e t e I et g ! �:�:L�"gr:sde��acher of the ,,,Ird and ! Le:��a; O:��U�: �;d�\\� �p�r:a�� I :�:: \\:: : .oa;;:Sr l��g:�"��:'i;��� II :;�: ��'o��� r�' s�:;;:I�.I� �� �� I l'lale Oelette Sings '- . I / ist. Anna Mikkelsen. soprano. and Cora the _same way as they are now sup- ' �Ianv Thues L,tcly ! RudolPt1 Sanderson and Marvin I wry and Ir_ene D\.sf;th. ured schools be- 8. Presentallon or class gift: MarVI"ta. Rccompanlsl. The rt'Cltal will i porullg Spokane College. . ' I e . Howlck h9.ve both se 'TaC0l11a CIHire \ I n l s ha V: ' Cline. OIY"\Pla. Sanderson een Yelm and t lake place In the J"Irst Norwegianj I _ . ,Le]ah GrlUlS. be principal of· the three-room I 9. Acc .ordlon solo: Church. at 8 p. m. NO AND ORGAN PUPILS. I WIll the P. L 1 Sunday e\·emng. April 28. Farewell -addres.os : John P Wiese !.j PIATO 10. ' SChOOI rairie. at s Howick . Chamber A Program:. A HAVE RECIT L M Y 16 C. Male Qctette sang at th (' Presby- ! has acceP.ted a position PrinCIPal l 9.nd Wilbert �yman. Organil. Vocal duet: Elna TrulSon and lf: rlan church. of Tacoma. where Rev' lI of the Collins sch?Ol. Sloi... MO\'ement 'from 5th organ t The studenu; from the music de_ ., Wey pastor. The same e\'enlng In addition to these:. who are certain 1 Wilbert f":Jyman. Handel ! paTtment. under the Instruction of : �rtookIs part Concerto. In services at the �rst iOf positions. many are eXPf:CUng fav- p. Class song: All. Minor Prelude . J. S. Bach !ProfeRSOf Ed';l'ards. appear In a Plano l they . , ---Prelude and Fugue nI C Major I and organ reCital Thursday evening. No.r\\ eglan .Lutheran Church. Re\. J' l orable replies to their applications. durEdwards charge. . \",. Development Plan J. S Bach 1 May ]6. at 8 p. m:-\,9l the Trinity 1 0.Tuesday April 30. the Qclette Ing the next week 'or"' two. l · : . Lutheral' Church-"audltorlum. which JSI sang at O�re\'enlng, Jardls Olberg \'Ior"s Lutheran Church. Draws Nearer To VlollnIlocated on the campus. Thcxse appearLonos � charge. �sllng In ser- MISSION SOCIETY HAS Sub�cril)lion Goal Romance (2nd Concerto) Wlenlaw�k.i Ing are: O ertrude Sydow. Cora Vista, Rev. vices for the promotlol) of the Ta- . REGULAR MEETING HERE Beethoven-Kreisler 'Lilian Anderson, Helen Ho]mes, 'Agnes co Rondlno . o:�;S: ����. reg openservices to the Pacittc devotional subscriptions the If C. CUI Olsen. �ae Keith. Edgar La�!l' D..e-· :tt�::ra The ular :: Orle�,ta]e � High t e b\ Dagmar HageneSs f School. 'ThUrsd�y m.o�lng. M.ay 2, In �::y �:��, SC:��i ;�t:rl: �1���:�a�o��!I�:e toJ?e;�c:��n� � �:rr�IU��r�Ie:�:�z:. t�':dl:I�::' honor Organ. Week n mthe four of Boys u gave a reading and Arthur have tile last week the 'goal of thr asAllegro Moderato �seeond ' F1o�ence Ed';l,.ard!l Helen Olsen and beTS gh·en . ....ere . " Pllgrlms' ChOfllll."' bY Helmdahl oLson sang" a solo. a� whiCh Mr. !IOCiaUon will be · rnchl!d. TQ date . Warren Ia.<;t SOnata) but not least. Barbara Xavier. Wagner; "The Fisherman" ; " Hear de Ramstad iSpoke very Interelll1ngly on there are 1,479 Aaernberl;_ with totai Dl!lbruck' Berceuse .Lemalgre A COrdlal'!nvltation I s extended to all. Win' a' ��oWln':' by Kates, and· :'Oolna: f�stlval 'lU)d non:festlval days 1n the contribution of $4,215.45.. . CapriCcio . to Pres:s. . . I church year. ' Last Sunday the del'elopment pro- !, Margaret Roen From now on the MWlon Society _111 gram presented_ to Rev. HenrickJ, 0_ EDWARDS TO GIVE' Organ-. . 1 meet a,t 1:30 lnstead or :00 o·c: l ock . . sen'iS congreptlOI) In Seattle and, to Scheno Caprice . . . ......... Spross PIANOFORTE RECITAL CALENDAR , oongregatlort!l In and. around Everett. ..... Han1.i5 Night SOQg . -All the memberl of the Junior Leqlie _ J. 0. Edwardi dlrect:orgof mU&iC: of May ll�:Baseball game with centralia LAST D. O . R. MEETING . Oun..r:i.anf Pacific Adagio . Lutheran COllege ives his an- Junior College at centrAlia, 1:30. ....... Wilkes Minuet AT MRS. HAUGE'S HOME from Rev. .LAne's congregatlQll In StanI . . .. nuaJ complimentary pianoforte rec1tal May wood Joined the development a.aaoc1a: l�hOVP.8-f1Y at 8:00. . Jardla Olbers: ' -�n Saturday. Ma.y 18, at 8:15 p. m. in May l1-Baseb&!1 game with Bellar- The Daughters or the Reformation tI,on. In memory of Mn- Alyce Lee , Voic:eudI- mine at Tac:qma. 3:30. ' wl!re delightfullY enterta.l.ned at the Cla:rk the members of anjEverett eoh. .' Stenson the TrtnJty LUtheran . Churchy aProf Prayer Perfect . . be "MSlated b . Ma, y 24, 25, 26---S0uthem Wuhlngton home ot Mrs. PhP p Hattie on Tuea- gregatlon, jll.lltead of nowerl, rave a25 Two 'Roses ... .._.... ................. OUberte totium. He w1U C. Edwards Arnold l5olany, tenor sollat from Aber. �d Northern Oregtln choir �rlp. day �temoon, Kay seventh. 1bia .85 to the �t a.uoeIation. Awake, Beloved! ...,., " Nelft SUnday· Dr.,'J'tripb;t.ad wUI. predeen.. Mr. . laolany. � Anna. M1t..kelsen 1---8enJor cbu Play, ' "The �ce the lut meetln&' of the sc:1loo1 year. . a very June .1 leuin&' voice. Papers were read by COra VIAta and sent'lne development prornm to � Chap." at 8:00. . . Orpn-........ � A cOnc:ert traDe! p�o will be fur- June 2-Baccalaureate Services at Lelah Oraas. A short b� cUaeu5- �aUona In Rliymond and SOuth 'o.-vott.e '..: o .. . .. i h e �"c� WsCb:,. . ' . s ��y ���:� served by . =':��':th��::= . ...; �:�y -:� Ab�� J:��: � . in SUvana.. the hoste:III. 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i : :ln p," May 8. 1929. \;"cdrH:sduy. :'lIllY S-I:UU fl, Ill. COllril'lI�ulioll C1I1SS: . ;\lidWt'(,·k D('vutiollill Huur. Dear Ma Ilnd Pa: = of ClIO;,. , .Ill .aWh • . 1" min"'" 01 my Th ur,d"y. �I"y \I--i :·I:; p' . "" n"he"",,1 .a-=' tluy. l\luy I O---H:(}4I I)· . lU. Boys St.·ou ts IIlt'l'l. valuable lline write you letter, &s Fh � ut :� =:'' n b es -1!:l:�.\�U�;i�; .(��(I)i�(II'��I:�·:��:ll.1 Ulltl (:onfi " IIIUI illil ..ry!� ''I Pa:'' "' ''' U-. ,"'-'lS ''' ''-+ "Ih'''",: :-",::h�:::b:: : 'dIc J :.el��: ;:,;:� :t �11. ��!:. ��� :� S lIr��::�'� ;j\:���;J("11� nd.bY-"" n,'''h'; . � h' O-''''I Y. ;\lytlu:r's D,ny, :,\III�' I �- �IU)O II. m. ;-1U1Hluy· SdlOul IIlul SundllY rain. thb all In nov.' Luth Colleg�. J>!Lr'kland. Washington. 1*<=lally Bihle Class; 1 1 :1)(1 u. Ill. Divine Ser"il't'S; ;\:Iltl p. Ill. Junior Speaklng of '"alue. reminds me o! -...:.,----...,------; · '- l" ' .c··;g l Import.&.nt problem In Prlnclple� of I ;;i:;c ;; � ;;;; � Ent.,cred as Second class matter, OctOber 2, 1925, at the Post' Ottice at ParkI&nd., an � � ;: ' c;-; ;-; "' h h and leh Mr. Education Hallie I � lOi GRADE SCHOOLS .MEI!.---;;:r . _ ...;,. _ _ , __ WMhlngjon. under the_ Act_ of_ March.... 1m. _ _ _ _ _ 3, _ _ __ · -"· �n wrntlin&: over, It ls about the .. _ ON COLLEGE -- CAl\u'US ...".. 1 '-'Valu� 01 r�tUnr." and,after. �tudy- . . Campus L,oca' Is -. Dahl Irene Editor-In-Ohle! _ _ e e y a !' le ��to�ltor ���r: �:th��::��:u�l � :�; o;O:: gr!::d���:h� :: =:I c�lf�;:� Mw Agne! Obon.��nt the ""eek-e:,d Mar:..� . - John Wiese most \" a luab'� Pf:Ople the whole el&.5l. u� tor · l ut· Frtda), forenoon. when the nelrh- at the home of EleY10r Lofthu ., s In ���� :� annual track Bremerton, .AprU �. ���lnJ�=� . You ",ouldn't bellne It. but Mar\'ln.'�Orlng school..!; held their .BoY's -Sporn meet here, Although nothing specta.c- Rll.dolph Quale vl.s1t.ed hls big brothGlrl's Sporn Dorothy EbersOle Ho\\-1ck ; a close second, One, dayo ular �k place. the . event turnlshed. er, War:ner. tor a' few days lin ""eek. Organlzatlorn _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Dorothy Leh--y.ann he got aWful excited ""hen he came t sang a group 0' vocal n T uLson. na Joh n. e and after .he had hunted thru amuserp.en� .for· man.y of the college Anna MikkeLsen Humor and Fea��a � _ � _ .ns� �';e�::c �= oerhard Molden school. as well as for the young1!r splos f'rldllY even!1l8' In ·the Central studen� tor he noteboo klng like k his I � AJumnl _ �.( Sylvl.o larsOn, R�dolph SandersOn Saturdl\y �venln.g In Churt'b. Lutheran j�phigh jumplnlt. Broad chUd�n. gone ""Now. I've Inga Ooplerud a gold' mine., he Chapel· Talks John JOI\N:OIl and.(d�e It! I've left .m)' Memory and Ins:. pole va�ltlng and Ihe hl,mdred.- the 'Fint Norwegian, L�theran Church, ' Exchanges in the Zion LuUle\'enlng. Sunday and ent. v e' the ot featuns re e ' \\'dull ya"rd . . home. at Ima,inaUO'n = � , . H� - Ida Hlnderile � �=�t� ��I..!; eran Church, In Tacoma. ·.what do you mean? I ho�' not," . I BUSINESS 'DEPARTMENT Ola� Ord�I, had RaY,. Hoft as an over· . " COMMENT . sa Carl Andenon }� Eliot Mickelson to �ave one night gf.les� at, his ho�e In South Bell·"Oh, r':'ell," he answen. ··It didn't I ""We are vesr.y pleased CIRCVLA�ION h Y t c n �:� i��'���t:.�;�� � e:I�:ha�g�sy :: s7��::: In���:. ��;�la���8·Berd!n� �nu�n. Peggy Harvey Agnes Klippen � � U i'� �:�:: ��:���� :�� l a\e . AD\'ERTISING fi. ond D.�n:Jar Hagen,ess are lIvlnll Ill.. whole thing In a nutshell,"" l ?f Hartwick College, Oneonta, New , the George Lane : Gerhart! Lane dorm now. l "ha\'e been thinking It o\'er since: I York. r a n I r n a n TYPING glr \ 1 h tu . d o rI h � ��p a:: ::e�� Evelyn Solum �� �:�� � :O:;� l�l �: :���:t��:� ' Qu::t:t. �: '::;�nand :I� :.1 : �' ;��t �h:�� �u a :: h�a� �� \ FACULTY ADVISERS ""'rJtlngs. dine, Helen. Beanca, Polly. awful dumb. I would rather be a n'ut I spaces and some humorous )-IONO J. � N: � O. J . STVEl'!__ ____..;.._��� many borrow- Mrs. Norman Langlow, formerly An­ ____ _ -'� tholl a nutshell, not meaning to In- i There are, howeyer. � Jokes In Ihls paper. and the head- elle Dahl. graduate or '26. �as been � e tpat am I lthe howsoever, slnuate, . ' on o Ie· l g f en n a t I ���;�: ! ree ��:�I::� :\Iatly sludl'lIts an' tI����� ;���.�t ahility uud skill 011 th� �s � ��:befOre, I dOIl't t�lnk ' th�r :���:I�'�� ';�PO��:�� �����.e:l:r�::� :��ll� o � ;ll� � ��.::).;:; I.t'llnis eOIII"!> III fal·t, Illt'y_ SI1(1\\" I)l(lly illll'l"t'sl ailit 11.llt ,11.11:111 - Is many In 'our class .....ho ls more valu- I are 4,SM,·and the asterisks employed to for their homes ��d..@.11 EIl.z.abeth Riese, a;m::n s�'I\'l's 1lltJI'l' I,nto tlw �allll' II.Hln Ihey do III olh('1" athll'l�r tI,l'I.I\'IIWs . able ·1.p forgetting thon me. Ho",'sQever, , separate ch.apters In a short story make occldent"'n the k.Itchen last week. She WOuld not thInk of competing with It appear, ot a casual glance. to be a cut I er.ha l)S tht' lad Ihal lll lt'llllls Illey lin' all(lwl,(1 t(I play IIHIIYI(11Ullly on a fruit Jar. badly Quite hand her group ot short articles. , be '.,ml l':In I'l'l'('i\ t' all tI,w IlUlllIl'S tht'msl'ln'S ,!lI'l'OIlnls partly for Ihis. the racl.llty mem rs, They �an even . The gIrls' dorm Is fragrant with the l ' rulll sUl:h olJ,SCI"\'allUllS 0111' IS I('d 10 bl'lw\"(' Ihal perhups a ollt'- fllrget the nomes of their wives. like the l11all Ims('hall 1('11111, lJaskdllllll il'alll, or fooilmll \l'um would hi' Mr. F;dwards did at the t;.holr concert STUDENTS 9BSERVE .AT CE:NTRAL sweet l!tlle violets so plentiful on A very Interesting ob5enation was prairies at· this season. IlUlI"l' indudn' to inll'n'sl in the galla' UUllr til(' fll"es('nl furms. 111- at Sumnl!r. It was a -easy name to re-'26. visited friends Pellet. MrrClaude technic and class methods the t l i" idual slarring would tlH'n IJt'IH'I'l'�sar\" lind possihll' . :"01 so member too.. and he had seen her only made by . . :, I il's its ordinarily l'()nslil ul('l� . --rl'Hn,l-wurk is what Wt' recenll�'. I don't �ardly think I could ot t�e central School In T�oma. This at school Thli.rsda�·. Ma�' 2 in athl( ' want. I hrough \\'hull'hl'aril'd l' ()OPl'l"II t� ()1I only l:an WI' sUn'l'p(!. torget that gooi:l, but It is kind of hllrd school has �peclal classes for those ""ho t---�tter PrlnUnll I �re hard of hearing or deof. those account the on to e of that prO\' fact ../_ , who are I . whose sight s poo r , ond those . al�lt got no wlte MOTHER's-1)AY '",rn' only ont·, hut "!fIll" ;:> mort' 10 ml' . Keystone Printing Co.. Inc. I alnt got .no tennis raclret either. mentally weak, T1)e visiting· students . ' . .1 han ull the �\'I'�llth of th�' w()dt! l'o,lIlt! .ht,; which Is worse. Alm05t about e\'ery 'found-the me�hods of teaching detec- .1\laln 'J7�' . lot Padfle" .... :'\{'xt SlII�t!aY' :\lay 12, IS :\Iotlu'r s Day, \\ hy IS II WI' always morning at 5:30, the girls gets up and q\'e children very original and ilutrucTACOMA I ·.' ' I I WHS :\Iotllt'r whtl tHughl lis our ,�,\ H C' s,'" Slams the doors and plays ""WU It a Uve. l'l'IlH'Il1I!l'r tillS da�' . , gave us otlr ftlndullwntul rl'ligiotls truining, hroughl liS Ifp through dream"" and ""Here I am" and such on ART CLASSES FURNISH HOUSE '.his Irnil.lin/-! 10 IIHwholld or wi1uUlIlhoo(1. It was through Jll'l" the victrola, whilst they Is tearing . and Cigars ler Tobaccos. Mn. Is FI&.aS art normal s Kreld o Wt' . 10 when learlled l'lIrl'SSes be WI' and tlmt :>i,tlll� lIlpatlll{,s wert· �:" Int their clothes. getting ready to ' �andies. Magazines. Papers I(J�'(' her, In I"l'ganl hel" us Ihl' one alld only 10 whum wt' nHlld the early birds In the tennis courts. now redecorating a doll hoU§e. The house b to be repainted. furnlshed.. �nd hrll�/-t ollr Iroubles allli disuppoil�ll11t'nts, It wus tI�rollgh :\Iotlu'r's WeU of course. a tennis player ",1th-- papered Thoralf Pellersen . by the girls Ea h group. conad\'u'�' Ihul WI' l'U 1l1t' 10 SI'1' till' (hffl'rt'lll'l' hdwl'I' rlghl llml wrong, ou.! a tennis racket Is IIkc a cake wlth, �has a certaln 80'1 Paclfl... Avenue slsting of two or three. , S OIlIl' of liS UI"{, lit SdH.101 mUIl:,�'ni ll's frum hO"Il' and :\lotlwl", out a frosting. so ""there 1 0m." like, Tacoma. ·wuh. \) dl'<'ply fl'l'l tllI's('_ st'nlllll('lIts towards' her Hnd upprt'l'ial{' her the vlctrolo says. thinking "Wu It a room to work on. This work Is to give �IS Jlerhaps 1H'�'I'r h('(oFt" , \\'t' thank {iod for 1ll'1" ant! till' hlt-ssillgs dream"" I had about rising to fame as the members of the class experience ...... 1 III -decorating a home. WI' hayp l"l'I'PIH'd thl"otl.�h Ill'r . a tennis champion or wasn't it' :"\(':-;1 �lII�dny, :\Iolher's I>uy: WI' will w('ar flOW('I's, to show � It Is a shame that a IIttl� money "Slmlents' Store" say nlll :l'ully should pre\'ent havIng (�lIr upl 'n'l"l1Itmn, Illthl)lL�h !H}lhlllg \n' l'IlI1 do loving Do not eSlimElte the number of your ,� I('pay h�'r for ul! slU' has gl\'{,1l us. Blessed I!t' Iht, 11II'IIlUl'U'S uf daughter a tennIs champIon. but I sup- animated Juvenile poultry prior to the � -'------­ completion of the enUre Ilrocess ot In§ t�IOSt' l1loilwrs who hll\'I' gOl�t' hOI1l(' tu I l illl nlHl hl('ssl'd 1.1£' Ihl' It con't be, helped, I will just have hyl's of IhuS{' who Ill"(' yl'l WIth liS, '":\Iany makl' Ihl' hOllsehold, to listen to.the racket Ilt 5:30 ond re- cubation. Por(er.CUD1mJng� . In other '1o'ords: Do not count your bu' onl pea_ n d II, I l he ho iS. �I ,, ' hI' , · s I. there that member other great ,.� "'� '� ' � , � "� � ,� ·.�� � "' � "' .:; � '� "':i"", ''", � ii: � ii � ii iii = � � � � � Company games before they' are WOIl. Her........._�iiii pie which has struggled agalrut hand- tennis r leaps. I wouidn't think of asking for man. "Hum(' of til{' 2-pnnls suit" money tor a rocket 8-5' 1 am always so Ro m Hey! I (/:lInk there's a mouse : Ten Years' E�perience carefulshould with your mOlley, but In case In theO room. - like to buy -one as an In_ rou \1:1 1 Pnl'ifi�' A nllUI' Well just think that you hit Shown the Wisdom \'estment. they cost about ten dollars. theMllte: with your Instead of my ,..... .. Your frugal daughter. nosemouse A:-ID a agal l. � go to sleep Cheroba "_________�,. .. � � Demon!ftrated the Advantages . S .:... .. JOK� OF -LUTHER �HOIR ON TOUR k W a P k I h GAS " OIL 1. 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Coach " BIII" Beck and hIs b�bal..I t�e Lutherans ,dropped '. han:!. tUMle " 'tossers of the Centralf l JunIor COIles.'! 1 to Coach Bill Hardy's baseball nine Score e� I'fCQuet uplranta ' are raphUy �;ctor Eleystrom is In StanwQOd. of 8·1 . -In\'aded the Lutherans' ground lut ,Of Bellarmlne Coll�e. . ' rou!ldint Into condlUon. The school .....here he worklnli for the �\'elop. Saturday attemoon to def!at the 10- The C'tthOUc bo}'3. belna: able to con- �e Glal.,: Iatof$. gettl� oft to slow tournament .every Indication campa�n. cals In a hart! fought battle for the first neel a little more frequently . at the stap this $eason. are �dUally �evel- of becoml� the best ever. Competl � ment Or. O. A. T1ngelsta<! a�d Re.... O. 1.. . · � :: l s tl. keen f�. :e�: � 11 game of North"'est Junior College Con- pal. te than the · Lutherans, managei1 oping 1",10 a smoother "'orklng "."' pn!ll ident 01 the boa", of trusaavlk. R :�� �:!� :��: g o . egret: Jut .by ealVeryonp.. droye to PeMieton, Oregon. where 'e In nine runs to 'the Oladla. - team.I :This' 9o'as made evident In� ference b}' a soore.. of 9 to 8. ... to drh ' point to- � tIey attended the North.....est Confer. lndlCations t ward eUlclent AlI Friday game at the C011ege of · , The-game wu In doubt till the (lnal tors three. teams a successful lence and of the Joint Synod. . 11'lOlng. One team woUld forge ahead. 6ande:rson. of the P. 1.. C. team. wu SOund. The final score read 8 to 1 In season. . . W. Ranutad preached III Rev. A. the big, man ,with the willow. C?Uect- 'favor of the Tacomans. The Parkland The and the n the other' Both teams , boys' department appears ex: N, 'Eggen's ch�reh In' Kent. Sunday two ' Ing hits In five trips plate. to the }:s. ,,1th a little more zest than they ce?t!onally strong this 5ta.son. 901th evening, ...pril 28. bo ed 'to be, 'evenly �atched In � � de, Salatino. and Greco �h sho.....ed In thelt Initial appearance, such men as Kreidler. Nyman. &lnder- Ph. E. Hauge �polr.e on the Develop. ; partment' of the game. Palo pitched made t....·o Webstq. .. hits for the .winners. ' �arted Ordal. and Wells havlilg. "1Ul ed8e ment ClUnpalgn ., lri .Everett. Sunday, right ott to .be- ;t the C.. P. S: .son. nice game."Until Ho\\1ck relieved him Jacobsen and Coltom each turned In �I:arly' season �rformances. April 28. and In Silvana. Sunda,.. May . In the 5t\'enth Inning. . t of the' InInthethe a nice pmI' on !.he mound. but the �eam. but owing the pro,,'� girls' . d �partment . Martha :. The Lutherans we� the lrst to support was weak at the critical time. Tacojo.ns. the �ladlators .....eN' unable CUne and Pauline Larson. from Ill.'Jt l . Mr. ��d Mrs. J.- 0.'. Ed", ards. Mrs. J.. . ' score. tallying t.....o runs In the second 'The ·summary . 'R H year's squad. are the only experienced U. Xavier. Mrs. H. ·L. J. Dahl. to' turn the tabl�, and Miss i��g. In the third CentralIa scored I P. L. C. 7 3 9 . T�e Gladiators. ho....ever. . showed" membj!rs back. The new malt'rial hu Clara Myhre motored \ to , "'berdeen. tl��hlto tie the count. In th.e fourth Bellanolne . 9 9 3 Imp;"vements In everY 'department qf yet not re\'ealed anything sensatlon- where ,they enjoyed the concert gb'e� I nlng both teams sc,ored one run. In Batteries: E, Jac�n, Coltum and .the game. . The oHensh'e play , was a1. b!lt there are enough to make the by the A capella C!,\olr ot our savlor .5 the tilth stanza Centralia pushed two Collum. Thostenson; Greeo and Paine. much better; the boys ...·ere I Chureh In that clty.-The directress of . · able to race plenty hot. mere acros:s to gh'e them the lead connect. ...Ithough they only made fans Upon the comp letion of the tourna- ! that choir Is'"Mf$, John Tenwlck. Mrs. While In the sixth the Lutherans \ ment and the selection of the teams It Xavier's sl.Uer. �fe hl�. their .... . ork at the plate gave Four Years Ago their btg Inning. scoring four t'l!nshad to ' .L- , '"� " promise that they ....ere . de\·eloplng. a Is Quite probable that a fe..... Inter- I Miss C. M. Myhre has signed a .congh·e them the lead. The Pacific team . � . keener batting eye. The work In tt!.e scholastic ma tche� .....�ll be played. AJ!" tract to teach music .In .th� Lincoln was able to score one. more run be- At the ThesP.lan Dramatl.c �,Iet} outfield and Infield was }'e\ .none have been �hed\lled. how- Schook In Bremertoh (or next year. follo the 1 Ma) fort' the game ended. but that ....as . not program on .... lng n\.lm- improvement, only four ' ora pronounced f'tve errorS ever. an� Mrs. Gusl<jl.v Sherven and enough. as the Centralia team battled berS" .were glwn: Plano solo. "Love marked against them. son. Robtrt. visited with Or. and Mrs. four run� acl"OlS.5 In the last thrre stan- �>ng. ' Sylvia Larso ·r .readlng. ..'the being .... .... .... . /11ound for as on . . ... . Tlngelstad. sunda�-""\Pdl-!8. _,..-; lck �.RLS ho Ho the CLOGGING HAVE . ear � and.. at1i�:no �lod "R�- ttl'e Lut�erans. worked effectively. to' \\1n the gatne. IN ' PHYSICAL EDUCATION l ot'. O. .... Tlngelstad preached In Rev . or y·�rase .... The Summary: rap an un . e holding the Loggers to three scattered R H E �etto . 000. Lane's church In StanwOl)d. SUIl' e\'enl�g the of sutJl.r!se Iiterar)' was hits ' up to the last of the sixth. when Tap. tap. tap. When Is the' pedes- day. April 30 PaclUc Lutheran Coltege 8 7 · 3 Centn.il:\ 8 1 jlarts of works from ....·1'11 known authofS 9 Coltom corning off? Judglns- [rom the ad b� M}ron Kreidler The audience he weakened and allo.....ed four runs toa trial Batteries Palo Ho\\lck and floor the Have you heard about the creature giving the Loggers .... ear and tear on the .... as to guess the names of the authors cross the plate While Bm90n and C Wagner Stlxruds ph}slcal educa- r tl}.a t hM four legs lives In stall and 011 the mound girls in of the selections read Erna Helmdahl H6 0to90lck1 margin to ought class on tap their I c�n see equally ....ell out of either end to able be li Cork support good recel\ed cO,ntest e t h .... '0\1 The} that a certain horn player Coltom .... ho was on the recel\lng end wa} to tame on the st� Instead of In I No? Well It a blind horse -In the dorm sounds susplc!ously like a ) s seat Ho....lck In the last of the_ a teacher replaced farmer Coach Ringstad made his tentathe Coltom plU:hed good ball 11.1 No.... the clog ....claS&' Is learning the l l selection of members of the varsity s10ixth steps that go 1th Turke}-In-the- , .... ll1g onl} t""o rull.5 Phone Main 1464 bll.Seblln team. as follows: Ole Sen'old, The The Students do Loggers scor� one run In the St!}l..... The g(rl.5 seem to get a great 1 I f t n he m II rs n l ?r. Ar'i,���b�' �icks ��t ��:::�,� B:������a�.�� �ll �h� :�n:. �I:I�� ���e: .� 2 S;o � :� :r t:�;}��:: :� t:: ��::�:I:""�� �ay tlley' have never I man. ' and "'rt Knutzen� d' t d n R B r been in Tacoma un���h :��;I���l A�eoo ::d ���:�c� I LADIES TO GIVE GOOSE DINNER ��t O�. Lu!�e::�s, ��: . Tacoma, W.t;h ngton TilEY SAY THAT < to .second on error. A little later Siegel I The Ladles' Aid of Trinl�y Lutheran less they have eaten The tt'nnls stars are now beginning stole third. With one away and BIU Church 90'111 give a "000&' ;hnner" May shine. Nyman. the Lutheran's lead-off man 17. In the church parlors. During t1'!e at r . PARK'LAND GARAGE ;. toFred Lee has lost hl.5 m�tache ; It's. at bat. It looked as If the, Gladfators e,venlng a "pan;:el-PD6t .sale" �111 be . 'Jane but not f0T.i0nen. ....·ere going to score. Nyman drove one held. and a program, will be ,Ivell. o�:�n�:a;_� , Poll¥ Langlow 15 now on her way to out to the outfield bringing In Siegel. Serving begLns. at 6 p. m. Adults SOc; ___�____� . or in California, the ·Lutheran·s only run In the game, children 25c. . , ;, J. C. Pett.�n Summer School .....\11 be conducted In the sixth the Tacomans scored four 1 1F���������9ii � , • I ':.-----'------,'. at P. L. C, for six weeks. more and added two more. in the tt . ' I K O 'D A K S eighth. . Brighten Up the home wtlh, I r-------,, ond I Berger Jacobson was the big man at a few f1owcl's or a nic'e ! Stelnway and other pianos, Duo the plate"or the L,uthetans. drlv1ng o", LIEN & SELVIG Kodak Finishirig Reproduclng Pianos. Victrola.:! and I a two-bagger and a single. while Lapblooming plmit . Fluwers Victor Records. Band and Orchestra penbush. the Logger cau:her. collected of tJ1C , Instrument.s. Sheet Music and Music three hits out of'four trlps,to the plate. for c\'crybod,' and c,,·cr,Y- . Importers of Nor­ ) Boob;. Radio Sets and Acce6S0ries The OIadlator.f, playing showed Better Kind wegian Cod Liver thing m&.rked Improvem�nt. ' CoaCh Ramstad Oil �ay �ry to arrange another game .....Ith ball-tossers for � & Co. Coach Hubbard's SU� D.. � Cor. Tacoma Avenu� & 11th St. Sherman�lay I l h l i � �5lI4S�SERf:� 1CZ�.. 9th & Broadway Tacoma. Wash. Main 995 ! �;�::�:::�a��� ;::::s ��: ::: 928-30 Broadway . ,---- .... . '. . .. : "I : = = = = = = ::: :::: 1 P L. C. � � � :::: HAN O S : : " c: S, 8 12 J � . H. g :JO I Rust Bldg K J F ru Batlerles: Howlck. COltom. and Col" . " ..' 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<hom gu;",- b? , ' I COm))Iete Cast , N'"...,.rp.b._�=-_ I J�< <hi" • ""'".,... Daily Diary :one of those' SII»('rnatural intelllgent " Chosen .:..--'-.�--'ot ,belng ab--for Play �Ings ....'ho hal-t a habit , TtI.netay. "pri'Y '2nd Article. ' 5otnt�m1nded. " ....l..-_ I No ne..... Pra('tict' Is Well Under Wa\' and . '\ViII Be Presented on" Hollo" mllny of thl' Udents have no- Of COUTSf'. this absent-minded busl %6 ....·.ho· tj� the �t.f\I,nger . ' �r midst th,is ness really �]()ngs to tl'!profes.\on. Mav 31 IlA!M 'news · ey're ('II.tingw«�. He 15 tall. d rk. Rnd entirely r�\Jlarl}" roriel w�lch April handsome for on girl's comfort. he · frogS or sandwiches-you all know that the choosing of the cast lor Une\'enUu\ ' day ' the hll.s blur 1')'1'5. and I Is told q�lte �on- jok_rock·rlbbed and, Rndenti t e n x . Nothing h:;:: r, roan bed!'; e [s :=r�;te� � I "'; :t : I 7: : ::PI i!ro��:: : i � h I:;:�� : �;:��::lis" 1:� th . :;o���� :��I1� \\1�: :;�ei�:r:h���� la�1 Issue of this publication. i \'(Iillie at di ne one R.Olden hair. bet Yotl kids ar� get-Ilfll rlgt"!L . nouncement or the Jl.BrUclpants· Not e\'en �y �ket ling rul excited. How about It glr!s?' T� � to the matur In handwh.en 'guest of hon WaJ pl"f:sent. I of late. 2 Hl' plays tennis well "'hen he dOl:'$fl't Notgso back . an esteemed hba� been _destarte "O layed until many days ago f cours e'.'" 'd h' fAther. W at I Worser and�w�... and. Is well' hit the .ball Into the net We' not : membe� of Ollr honorable fM;ulty re- way d of it?" l}f . supposcd to talk about any onl". but solved to boll hlmsdr a "wee cup '0' on �he play. Ilnd those Frld Ma 3 :!J " morning thAt i this Ma laId you . h W with the situation feel this Is .talklng right to his faC"!".. don·t.'rouee.. before dln·ner. you going to hrirrg An old munon· No new s "phase or It be you think? Folks say he'1s a' You he �'15 home alo!>e, and' of evet;y 3 )UniOr In high school. Hethat ""ears fancy - �n spite of the short amount of g :.o me get had In course s to he Less ne s lI:olf trousers and a s....t'Ilter Quite orten. chid-bo , ys simply CIln't be trusted �� which to produce the play on a, , . . F'J ' U I � D " U{ J <? N?W put your hearts lOgether. �h7can alone-I ' he cast : , I e r new otherwlse, for thRt matter) t�is myllterlous Mranger be? Why- but al"'&0J..", for the seniors' RnnURI hert s the. a�nt-mlnded 50- L sse. � .T s shall need production havetand alwR Yover W Y, Is as follows : lllit'1'. Its only Fre-d with , hls'han- 5(lme fairYSlady �dIe-ban tc dery wo �n, who ltiJ.5ed her .hu�nd and · h them! o wa � MOOfUN� ed� p���! e ca vat. . am Ru olph 'twlll! Peyton cu� her p,oodlu.-Judgr" he! wlTrl d was $&ylng. Mr. Stuen, DELIG��� THE WITH UT ' O ' . -- . laudla 6 or age the Rt C . dlsto resolve-d and thirsty -�aml! Can Pedagogut'S cook? W regard frequent admonitiOns to "leave la at age MUd�ed "Is rhn chicken g ?" . ukC'd theJ _�� :E��A!o �H�:! . e la of e the C put o hl gone n and fl .I r' st ward of the SAnS on the : WEEKS. TAIS 'AMUS:::r !" ING �E!�' �ACT' Virginia :71\lr�:: ��h7::gnO:\�::' ��� �:f;� :� : :I:�'!l I ����:r� �� �� ! WAS BROUGHT TO A:r�NTION denr�tr. 0) Yes, he put it on. and then became Cla�dla at the age of Eliot MlchelS!,'n "It mAy have been a good fowl moral- I BY THE EDITOR O� THIS Column. det'ply engrossed In_may It have Lyell Krl"ldler i)':' warhled an o d time gunnrr's mate. he Jack Rodnt�y been his Germall gTllmmar?-that Marvin Howl�k "h t it ce aini a wrede. physically." 1 Allee Davie, '21. bllS retu \ to her '"mPletel), forgot. it, that !S, Ult ,l lhat Marcus Bunion home In Tac'oma after a sueccssful yeflr Dagmar Hageness u Pllckers �hoebe odor his lI.S5ai� �orched nall5ealJng . n, I . : ' I'm sorry I'm stepping on your of tt'RchlnJj: In Dresden. IdRho. :�:�� Ti� e\"�r a man's stilmRch that :;!:� �;:I:��n Mae E��hl;:::� fe!�� ' . . . COmptlflY , . Artist friends of Pel'tonBoot: "SIAl1 right.. I walk on them k,.ep.� him pOOr. Shame. Mr. SlUen! Don't you' know Pritz Peter 'Flott myself no,", and the"."-Newport Rt· yet thil.t you can't, simply can not. do Ballington Geri1ard Latie cruit. ' BU.CKLEY. �ING co. Yadder two thlng� lit once? EV.8ns Carlson Vunt-raJ Dir���� • . To these' especiall}' fntelll- �ruckmRn Raf,mond Hoff . The e is a muter·at·arm� 3T th brig gent .�peclmens of the '"mighty'" sex Ilre The comrT'!lttees chosen to a,!'slst in who is ha rd ·thaT ,",·hen he shaves ht and prei>entatlon of the hAS to hold a revolvtr on himseH to ktcp continually . running down their frail production BUl'kl�'y-l\illg Fum'ral are as follo....s:. count('r»art..�. butfrom cuning his throat. Churl'll '{School WI" Jptcidliu i,,} committee: Erllng JRcobCan pedagogu('s cook? No! They Ju�t i l:9.coma A\'e. lit So. FIrst ,I ahd Warren Bow'Pri"lil7g 'aln'tl that Moral: they ever proud. every M. 622 Pat s��;:� :� �:�i:8Si�r.� :r:mnt of I Max Goldstein's piacc: .� Paul Pry . "Ladics' Ready-ro-�r Clothing." s oU time m sed � • � PA':�;�h�.;�;Ic:� o:.? T ." u DARL GROCERY CO. I ' -Wik ,"h'. "" "mh ddi"g 'Mi, 1 Mueb.aD4IIK �:�?�hall I go out and kill the tUT' It, Ou, Ru,in.ss To S.". 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In 'addition , Robert\ Monson. and Ida Hlndl'rlle the future of this Institution. composed of Prof. Ph. E. Hauge. Miss t"o this thl' Thespian SOCiety ho!)CS to At a meetin!! of t�e Board of T'rU1Ij be able to buy so'le flood lights and a . Stlxrud. and Lyell Kreidler, tees In the afternoon� accredltaUon I It RtUn,'( ' I, R I I' ne(I The play selected. entitled " The new ru !/:, ..: CQ[Ilmlttee trom the UnlvehJty or--" . Prince Chap:' \\'ritten- by Edward Pcple. 1 And Theil Rairlt'd More WR.�hln!/:ton conferred \\Ith the board -:,cal� \\1th a young 'American artist Final Flag Contest members regarding the aeel'edltlqg by .. e rs I y :�u::�rl:!! I::: SP��lgdo�l� ��:� ��:t�I:II::rs��;fr�:�I�u��o�hC:I::t��; At Li.ncoln May 9.i ��. � �� ��l. ��:� ��r��n��: :u����:: 'girl he left behind awaits his attain�' ;hose judged as winners In Tacoma I the leak Is but thM there Is I cannot yet be definitely stated \\ere sure tor this sprln!! Is ant Th e !iRme day Charles Altfllll.5t;h the , ment of suecess and his return to her I s hOOI . Oag con�est bel held I P COri'lPIlCBtlOru; arise. during which th� � r S bof th(' rop1e speak�f cool gurgllng architectural engineer \\hO arrived here �� 1 spTln!!! no.... 1 think I know ""herej Monday morning April 22 from Deeorhero. WIl\\am �yton. adOpts the baby l� g�u�,� t�e t��a:l:���esta�n\he 1e\':�: I . daughter of a woman ....ho .. at onl' t�in of ay n he UncoIn Atgh i they !!ot the Idea....l.,. lrobably heard and ah lo\\a presented In part his plans g :\f 9 t I Eaell tonteswl,Il . t I: !'11K. CIIARLES , had been a model. girls running from the pc16t as to what the tuture development of Upon her ,,",siting ' SChool ' IIsaw some London the .sweetheart of the ,hero will delh'auditorium. and getting their new polka dot the campus and h I shou ld be r an esSay \\'hlch he has Writ_ l l...a�d�cape .and .ArchltHtural senses a peculiar situation exlsLs be- I ten. - Theesu In a sudden shower Mr AIUl11l.5t;h a member of theIsAmtb P for plans matte WlII' e who III dlscusst e th t bJecl 0';. . '. an on prlltute of ArChiu.':ture \\" I . to of the ,presence of his young be relative what Dr, Camp. and BaUdl . Is meant by eriean 1l1llt ell(lneer of ren\w In th the �. one � ned ab· )' be pOint" 'is me of !JOft archltectun.l the stor � a \\'f,l"d, From. th -Tu �r_�� �en� h !-PI � !!S ' WIeR _ntad.to J,Uty--...�.H recej�_� at � t�:s��� �;; �' . : � � � e �l1 � _ �!! �� o " A r. ay . ms, . know "hat tha.t meantl Well anyway, j Unlveral.t, of Iowa, the Carnegie In�',Ill! plot many::7sttuauons II1\'olVlng I � . �d In several of se\'cral \'ery excellent character paTU!. : Stars and Stripes-Uncaln High r' we haven't !lCen anythlrjg aroun� here I tlUtute of Technology, B Ig Out Success speetll,Jlz. that looked soft. unless'I should �efer the larger offices of the east. His The characters of Runion. a sen'ant of School Band. work I In lrutltutlonal .de�lgn. b l'tI ' the hero. Phoebe Puckers. child of , F1ag salute. led by Fay Mace some heads. and I don't want to get Ing Fi'( Part8 tope-rso CI� ttb ha5 been largely along these UnCI!. per' . � ��� e� to the 'London slums aspiring to a high Star Spangl� Banner":'Uncoln f!!!!h Art \v like t nal. don we Ides ; r OU ': D lars haps the mOl5� famUle.r being thatu:! life. and the three artist friendi' of SChool Band make room forany reflections. �tt S �s Peyton's will furnish both IntereSting . Rema�ks on the F1ag spring This Is the hardest one �'e've �u�::;T�I�\�:::I::I�in��e��ery I . . an s n d e re P ' Se t h lay he o re ae t tw Ar u way. His plan of the �. K-nPre,::��� . I ;: : 7 � � " � � ;h: ��� .��I� ���ltIPate 'In the �� :�II:�:a��� ��\\�:r� =1;.r �:� I T:ou "? . glven ur ay n g,h . prll �����d�;!�e�� d:a; �:ar�: �::� uRSlum. aceordl to r . n� ' s · presentation will fill the follo\\1ng nard Dickson and H. F. Weller ·to tradlt,lon" are hard, Including t he . I . � , f In ' the college audltoJ;1um, was well re- I teaChers'. We evcn heard o.ne of the �aste: �;�m. � rol('s: Presentation of essays by !!Irls--. b I y, �o:��es�l�ter�r ceo . :�: ·Wllliam Perton. the hero: Jack Rod- Ruth Burman . Mildred Schaad and celved by a hlT!!e audience. This play boys stl.y the kicking post seat feels I was I)�t on b:y the collegl' �rt class un- hard since a certain someone has re- ����:�:�:�e:��v�:;':nr:�t :�c������� n.ey ' �rl of Huntington ' : Runion . G('rtrude Davis . '�eyton s S('n-ant' :. Ballington. Fr.Itz· 1 Medley of Patrlotlt Selectlolls-L H. S. der t he direction of Mrs. Kreldle r. The fused. 'also contrary to tradition ) to er. Campus. Mr. Altfllllseh hRS been at there ·anymore. He �!d she l adder. artist friends of the hero: Band It will be applied as . part walk down on tentative plans for a newjdorClaudia at the age of six. Claudia at Presentation of essays b�' boys---John. proceeds. from her moth . that she heard'l work on the flew baseball suits said mltory which \\'ould house ab;O\lt 100 said �y they hat someone· people the age of el(::ht. Claudia at the age of ROZll..nskl. Fred Talbot and John , payment' so I, said wha� t shouldn·t say when they bo ' This building was plarmed bought reccntJ)'.. elgh�n: Allte Travers. Phoebe PuCk- I Schull!. It would finance It:self',,-?ver ,a 'AU the characters were excellently walked down to the KJck.lng Post. She ''th�: ('rs. Mrs. Arrington, and lhe Truckman. Address by Reo'. R. H. McGinnis � of about 18 years throulfi"the. c I p rl ' I Pre�entatlon of the awards by the I fitted for their parts. One c�n perhaps i told her mOther they dldn't say any- I lncome of the rooms. In connection . hear the wailing of the Inartlstlc thing ; then her mother said. " That's l wlth their c�pus development he �IIJ U.. of W. Hears Choir ,Ij Jferudges. Miss Ml"ddiru; and Mr. Guf- l stH! worse people In love never say any- also made sketcbCII for the official mu� spirits as the artistic S·Ineu at it'Iean�. H;.l. I I ! Lincoln High School band. ' ones came to rule. thing."'- I know "mil: people that are seum the Norwegian American His· , l in the Brown home. going to find It 'ard to hold their I torlcalofAisoclatlo n. which hM authorlzIn Glarel Sf"rvit'es r . ' i was The la y . l Ighting effect e � tongues Call In long love! enough ! to be located on the building GETS the n I ed MRS. KREIDLER --, beautiful and artistic. es��� a y I , In order to obOF FI CE IN GROUP I On Sunday evening. April 14. at six : campus. College Luther ' kel� Anna and Tr i when Eln� ulson -M�� MRS. SOVIG SPEAKS wln .be In har· I o·clock. the P. L. ChOir sang at : which , bul\dlng taln a . ' Meany Hall, University of Washing_ I At the meeting on April 3rd, ot · t�e f on san�. Love s Old S\\eet SOng and It Is to rend� . service N G the T I AT.D.O. R MEE . mony with �uanlta. The girls were dressed In .tcn. at the Christian Campus Chapel I SOroptomlst Club. Mrs. Kreidler was ccstumes Mr. Altfllll5ch contemplates a trip 100 " of long ago. This together The DaughtA;rs of the Reformation Norway. dlof board the of l Service before an audience of nearly elected a member .. .....lth the lighting made their appear� were enterta.ln� at the home of MJ1.I. The architectural engineer wUl spend _ t\\'O thousand. This Is the second time rectors. . . . J. O. Edwards 'thursday afte�n. si!vernl days here, wotk.l.ng on the cam� In the cholr's history that the singers SOroptomlst Is '!ilJ*lective group of anee \'ery effedlve. have had the opportun'lty of appear- \\'on;aen who 'ire In admlnlstratl.ve orl Extrn music between acts was fur- The girls erijoyed having Mrs...$Ovtk. pus survey, whlch,. has.been nnanud by ll o tr h a h ls h de ' tI !! f th I �� :;� �:r;:ev%:mex� :� n: :��)" � ��\�:=m:�t f�� U:� :�= ;���o�,' ��y 0:; peu::n�� �:e �e:; ��t� :� :�: t�e �I� ��; ��:���;� U:::�'th: �: �f = �� from ' work of our church In China. -- perlence In work of this k:1nd. andhultI� school, but an Inspiration to the stu� any cla.sllifieation Is eU�ble In the same rectl.on of Pro!cssor Edwards,. dents group and MrtI Kreidler as Dean of Receipts for the play \\ere thlrty-Uve The rest of the program Included a his study of bulldlng& at VariOWI Univer ton sity, 'AfU'r the chapel �ce the choir Women and Miss SUlirud as Teacher doilars of which eveQ'th1ng above ex- violin solo by Da� H&i'Cnesa, ns. lnclud.1ng PrInce tutlo 8emlnwas enU'rtalned by the lnkwell Club of tnJner were selected to fm these class� penses will go towards paS1ng for the companied by Cora Vista at the plano. Denison University Concordia ... .. (h, Un"''''!y Lot"'';'" ,h=h The utaU"'; fo, , y of T",oma �d n.w b""batt untro= Althou,h tho a ,�! .0'0 by m,,� HO" Mtad and "", ' and a numbo, of �a1I" 'oll : (ConUnued on Page expen�e has not }et been detennlned a plano solo by AIU\a Aamoc1t club president, Martha Hjermstad vicinIty about fifteen dollars profit Is es:pect.ed A business meeting was held and a a P C graduate of "26 ,.;elcomed self-denla1 oltering was taUn.. the choir heartily A mort program FAMOUS SPEA: ERS TO Trustee Board and Graduate on Debate Team I !����reshmenta w�re served by :: �;: b�:���rs � ��:f::� , DEBATE IN ORAL. CLASS Committee Confer th th e nlshed by the club several. selections APparently deslrlng to demonstrate In a non-d�Won debate between the , . About Accreditation ,giveD ' by an lnstrumen&a! trio. their oratotlcal and' argumentative Univer:sIUes of wLshington and Idaho, R�V. CHRISTENSEN TALKS . , Miss Hje.rmstad also gave "i. re.:ad1na". abWtlCII, tw� of the .boys of Mr Hong's �artha Hj'Umstad, "28, presented the On APrU 23 the accreditation comm1tAT CHAPEL EXERCIS�S ' tee of the University of washlnaton..v1s. The numberS given by the P. ·L. C, stu� oral es:pression class, Gerhard Molden main arguinenta!:1ve speech for the Unl'ilenU! were a vocal solo by, Anna M1k� and Fred Walter. have challenged. two verslty of was�n team, At" ehapel exercises Wednesday, Aprtl lted. Pacific-Lutheran Colleie to COM1d� ' 17, Rev. M.'A, Chitstenaen, of ¥torta, ulaoo, several· songs by the m.ale octet of lh� c�tes, Olenc1a Waters and ' whethe�,thC JunJm; CoIlqe should CALENDAR . and. by the cboI.r, . � cro5by, to debate. The Oregon, spoke a few -w:or.da. H� said, be accredited 'b y tb2 u'nIrersity. - Ref�� � .erved to the qUe:5t10D selected f� d�te is resolved: AprU 2f-BasebalI gltme with C, p, S. among- other · t.hlnp, that thOUlh we The lheinben of the �I� we�: may often become � and Dr, Benham for the·EDrlilb !lnd f6,",� cbo1r meDl.ben,..a.nd other JUCSta of the That all . mov1ni Pl-eture th�tera, In� at Tacoma. 3:30, .. Dr, RJa for.b1J... � cJudln&:, .vaud.e�e, � playa, and AprU 28-Baseball �e with Bella.r� W1sh to ret away from respobs1i?II1�, langua&"e departnienta; . ' dub. , we should . remember that the oply tory and alUed aubject.a, Dr. creer for The cbo1r appean:d In � lat oon� othe r. � of a reI1I1� na� mine at Palkland,"3�. Supday. 80 AprU' 27-B&Ieb&Il ,&me with Centra11& thin&' worthwhile 111 to IUck_ to ·our history and.econom!CI, MmdIan H1&b��, -rue.da,.: APril tuie,.�� be closed work, Instead ot ahirk1ni "'" abould Th1s � c;ommtttee, 1Ubkb � 18, and at the � church in !ar It Is a deep, 'dark mystery u to at Parkland, 3:30. Sumner, Priclay �. AprU Uf, Pu� wb1ch aide �e eha.llengM aball chooee'lKaJ 2--A re�taUve of the Tubet� dedicate .��te'er ,ood we hayti . � lna� 8poka.De Co1lefe:April lQ � ylslt 8t. M&rt1n's ColleIe. A� K. ture � "d&j ue DOt yd_�te. � debate, . ' cuJoIiI LeqUe. will speak In eb&pei Ood:S �oe' . , . , . . . . ., . it ( , " " of its own: o\'erstuff<.'d " The Prince Ch�p" Chosen �g I newenoutfit port and chair to match. two I "'1 Annual Presentation to Be I cda3!i\-lonnl that clln ! chairs. f library. table Gr g d hy I on Put uatin a j be adjustro as a �Inlr�g.-room table, a l Class of 1929 ,) llbra�' lamp. doubl� drnpelS. and rodlS

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, . MPurp wttb. · � aDi1 I &ball April '24,. '\93 ·Dr. c:" A, nnrelata� preached and M' clean: ' Wub � I Ib&ll be OH.r Ma and Pa: South Bend, W�lt. o n, Stlnday, . , -:H"�. thaD wh1ttr mow," This hfU .lx'en a dud . Il'ee«. AUP April 2 . "Oome �. aDd let III reuoa tohad' Il'a.! three choIr concerts, a ep . Dr. O. A. �n"latad a� Ph. ' E. rother. I&!tb tile Lord: 'IboUIh your, .� : �: I ·CIUb m�tlI18. O. R. Soclcty, a Art" Haule :::: rubi1s.hed :: :±-::-: : :: every Ilttended a. Re(latrua' m�l1nf 11M be .. IIC&Z'let., t.be,. ahalI be as ::::;;:::',wee:Pacific b � o(:-: duri� y ear' :ng '';;: by ::the-.SlU-.ool .,. th!!� Sc h-:�ents-'-: Play. a track meet. and a baseball game.' In nlverslt t.bouIb thI, be red )' of !,l.Shlnlton. April 18, wh1t1i .. . U Lutheran COlieire. Parkland. Wuhinl"t(ln. the U$ual clll& m�tlnp. baseJ l and beside, . l1U crim.Ion, the, ah&11 be .. wool." ball practll:Oe. pla)'-practlces and dress [ 1 18. . SubsczipU�n. one donit per ),ellLt. . . re . En::"::... ;: ::-::.. ":"'n":, .":,,,� ,,': , mo ::':'t:':; :::"'_ ::::''::2.':,� u:: . Ck ,,:'5': ': -" 'h':'::_ . &:;' �'::o,!::"":',,,';":::: ... Pv = : kl:':'&n-:.�.I �����y. ""'ruch was ga\'e �)' Mrs. s:::��\n��)����:: ::��=nl�� .:�the�": an"':w �:re: . w�. und� the Act ot March 3. Kriedler's art clllM. Il'u�ealled '·Art. �P.ril iround. for � two . venea. lbe one . . 'Where Art Thou" and I wish you could ' Re\'. N. M. Ylvtsalter. ExeeuUv,. Bee- from the . nn,-fim PWIIl arid the Ed1t.or-ln-Ohlef - Jot!rec:p�� 9( seen.It .and round .out··"'·her:e he 'was �tary of the You.!l' Peop�e" Luther other t� the. � cba�tu of. ·Iaa1ah. Assoclal.e EdItor _ . COllY Editor _ Martrare� Holmberg �nd also whel"(!. he wam·t. �n't get laLeague. and Rev. AU. Kraa� or Port There Ia DO� purer thaD mow ... · a _ Make'up Editor - � - _ . - Er��a� � e����.�o�e; e�h��i�.�� I�ee�n-:� · ��.v�.Ia��:14�-:;te�:e!tI:. �n- :::'.:1.. �e:= �e;b��: Sport Editor BoY's - - _ - _ - �r:r�n �=: 'Dhot.l" Is a pet eltpresalon of RalrtmY'I' \'entlon. of Ule tteo"rgan1zaUon of th� ·tratnc. ' Olrl 's Sports "': _ Sports Doroth Lehmann looltlng for a bashful basf:ball Player.] Lo"'er Divisions. In Beattie. Thursday' . Since aI.h came intO the world. the OllfanizatiOM _ Elna Truhon. Sena Johnson;Ctu-tstine Johnson :O)' '' h '' o did not like to play. l n a Frlday. Aprll 18 and apron. It· ,:nd 19. e&rth . not man. bu been .euned. Man ' . ��r::.% and _Feature - - .. / - - . Inrebol1l' Bolatad. <nrhafll, M.olden would be 'a ralae lmp�o�. so to ' . . and Mni. O. A. nllre�tad. . Mr. ..... pure � \be b1q1mllDl. but. now - _ - 8Y!Vla _La� . �Udol������ .Ipeak. the B. B. boys hu bloom,ed Victor Elvestrom, Miss Clara Myhre, he bu �e defiled and bu defiled Chapel Ta� _ ....- _ Exctuylges Rev. All. r and new suits and mllI l onout Kraabel. and Rev. N. M. hi I:! &l.l eI,Ie. Bu� . John Johnson read tht.� onl, U1e Campu.s Locals . Agnes KlIppe(! tftIlla..r smilea, and Ule aproM hu .been Ylvisaker were entertarn� for dln - pW"'b in beart cIu;a tee God. Nothlna Faculty Neil' l - - ' - ,. - . Id,. Hlnderlle, Harold JohNlO? len In the k.ltchen for. another �n fier a.t Rev. fUld Mrs. M. Lono', home In rllUly couie to b1m. 81nce our IO� ' BUSINESS DEPARTMENT . belona-. to Tacoma, Mond,-)'. April 15. . ' re�rs �.more. Ia a p!""" of God 'h1mIelf, Eliot Mickelson Carl Anderson �eU. t.o �e back to the p�y, there Miss �Iara Myhre had serdlne Knut- HIm &nd In.. helpers, wbIct!, 11Buta . CIRCULATION son and Ec:Ina Dalsland u her guests (rea't bonor biletowed upon much that could be learned from Agnes Klippen Peggy Harvey ��!� f��rt�O:aro��:������ :1�:.e::���ol�; I�attle over the w�k- '�ed-ln ��:�\��an: :v::; ADVERTISING Gerhard Lane ' George Lane Dignity. :Itls.Q good thing that.w.�lng .Prof. Ph. E: Hauge and Mr. Victor iYmbol of purity le� UJ Ir.�p our.eIVe. .. t m n e I I n pU ls �': �a�;e ::���� �� ::�:i n!. ��;��um �1::���al D7;!1::. : ���'0��d tI�: 1 !�r� ;. \ FACULTY ADVISE.. "bo� 'wi", h,n! '0< Doro'h, 10 ''''P '10m 0". H.n" ,,,,,o·, 'h,�h " P",nn., 0'. YO> '"", 'h' b,,,,,,, ""-h___....;.0_ ._ J'..; S_ TU __ EN_--,_ ___..,N O_'___ �:evt��� �,�: sl�"::a���.he cr�k �bout RI:{� Cnarles ' AltfWlsch or Decorah. =� :rro!p.l:t;d t�:.d�I���;:n I'_ . J.__ H_ O_ l;�:wS�; -. . Marie Gardlln was lUPposed' to. be 10"'''. arrived Monday. April 22. He will n the pourlnl rain,? ' THE DORM ORACLE R� In thll ·play. H09.'Wever; thla .,,·as give th,e campu.s a c9mplete survey. . A lit'\\' w('('kl\' puper, Ihe D orm Orud(', puhlisht'd IInti di,o;lrih- not peculiar 11.3 Red Carlson, has bee� The Boord or Trustees met here at The year's at the ,�g , 1I.I �tI by il s smull �Iufr. Iius IIPP{'lclrCd on sail' dlll'iI\ Ihl' lust monlh. beside her corWderabl),. ,"d I SUPJ.iOSl' .the College. Tuesday. April 23. And the day's at the. mpJ!1 : � nil IIppcllrunCl's it is !-(r{)\\'in� biM)lt'r lind Iw l lt'r with she had c�ught the renectlon.. · Morning's Ilt seven: I.SSll�'. a�l<l us SOUlI US t'nOll�h 1lI01lt'Y is luken in abo\"{' eX lx'n�s I;� ��nl· lOO' ' The hlllslde's dew-pearl�. a b ' " , .� h'" "'h', , 'h, "h. h�'. 'Daily Dia JlIslI��' I t. u press for Ihis 'new pnper wilt t1l1duubtl'tlh- hl' l){JtJot..:h l ,_. m, n. I ...�� · ry The lark', on the wing: aml.lIlstulled sOlllewll('re in the buildill/ol. Frida,. Aprlld.2 . The snall's on the thorn. been dragged through a knot.-hole. and We are very much concerned over a God's ·In hb heaven\\'helher the �loorin� :\lust in t11!S weekh' h as fuuntl tl rh·u he worked like a hliSer t.o get tired that reached u,. s�tlng that the AU', right with the �·orld. . or nn nlly hent on dCH')opill/ol tlll('ni for 1 Ill' :\foorin l-l :\ll1sl ('uill loll. enough to look hll part. Now he Is "report Ih·erton Bunch" dldn't have III trl _R.obeft Browning, �'cl bc as('c rtained. \\'e indeNI h(,!pe thlll th(' lu lle r is till' I n having a tlerce lime to rest up again as . 8 l'ither eyenl this pUJ>e.r, with u l i H! l' mure respcd fM �ct���� g �:��=ay� ;:;�ca�; I �=======4 e rui t- s of all th,c pro(a thought he had becom� ' a =�� I-lrllllllllllr unci n('\\"� styl(', will lI�l)huhledly Ilru\"l' sunIhl'ss. �c:;�;:a:�I� � !����� ��d :: �: ","ong and requires an �I vesllgatlon Better PrlnUnl" . . keep him forh his P$.rt. p · I Mon " Ap�1I U SHALL. WE HAVE A STANDARD RING? : Ther� sI muc� rejoicing among the Keystone Printing Co.. I�c. ' Some '?<>YS In Utls school has started , . ' �('cnt sl udpn l -body Illechng Ihe queshon uf IIdoptil�g U students. The evening study beU · Maln 3157 . 10t heHle A"t"e . At . . a paper" ;""hlch they ea.J1a the "Dumb (torm stllnduf( rll }A" for nil �rudulltlll,.:! dusscs · \\"us hrow,.:!hl up. SlIlce 0 untll- 7:30 after this. TACOMA I I Is (1 e d 'tell wUl not ring · �!U nls we're '.l Ilde(:idl't\ nnd showedjlitllc Taesday; Apr� 16 in the 'dis�. i�:� . � M:rke� : ir�teresl �� :�d e ,uc� a ut t . _______ l'usslon. It wus de<.·ldl'd to lell"C tht' 'l ut'sllon unlll til(> scll iurs hud vItaI thIngs and gh·l'.I ll'Lse � w fS to Soph: Anyone In the library? More: Ju.st one-"fte(S" and Marie, " Tobaccos Cigar and rl'ceh'cd Iheir�l'illf::s in order Itl if thb ring shduld 'he sul[sfllc- q u h h " P I n: � , . ! . Wedne tory to nil us n st n ndn rd. sday, Aptil 11 . . '.6 . Th. : P . 'h ', C , ' . m. m.'"' ."" ' . "" " . an es, agaz n es, aper� M ,: .,, I b'. d � , ,:m� Judging from the resJlonse, the boYI l . Although up to the prescnt tmlt' the h'l'utiuatlllg classes III In it. hO"·&Ol'-::er. and dldn't .mlatakes ' lnost schools llIl,:e had individuul rings. seem to enjoy the 'concert g1ven Ihe time is nt hum'l when mar knoll', Thoralf L. Pedersen Pl.. If there Ia anythIng I am them by the Pep Club.. we l'Ollle to sel' Ihe more liberal \'iewpuint of hu in� II sl andard you � 807 Paclflc Avenue particular abo�t It la �m r and Thursda,. AprU 18 . ' rill�, with a seal lhut ('un be u��d us the colle�1- cmblelll. After all. spelling. T&.oom&. WUh. nrc gelli ng rinl-lli so much In n.,'llll'lllbl'r our duss hy or is it ...cle In So last week. I ta es the Or- Anyone attending the dress rehearsal l my hllnd and bU$ts Int.o the Of"Art Where Art ThOU" wllI88"r� that ,:===:::: tilt' sch ool we wanl 10 relllcmber? \\"hcthl'r : :: heluil" 10 the Editor', oUice : : ::::: : l, worked up like. a.?d It was well named. SUlUt' dnss Qr nol. wc urc·ull dussmalt's. I-lraduull's of I he sume sa:s 'Where's all .our Zu:' '� ' � da,. April 19 LD:undry The Parkland . school, and should huve Ihese rings ill COllllllon. . . } � !:" � Everyone agrees that a st nndnrd ring .should bc udopled. Thl' A . go on,,, he . )' . ' -.e d a It seems that MIM Myhre h� a.rathannounce ,hat 'we time ago. er hard time establlahlng the fact that Wish open' lor Blblne:u hardesl 'thing to decide lIpon is the sttlltdurd The rill�s dlOsen long ell !>y You�e:'"n this the answer that t she Is a member of ,the faculty, I,,· til(' '�J St.'ll ior doss urc nil gold. with J.ulht'r's cnut. of arllls as Economu.e sending your laun­ very strong In English. and Saturda,. April ZO !lit· sen!. Thl'rl' will Ix' Iwo sizes--girls' und ho\,s'. The seal is stafr.aln·t ·t.o u.s. tobyWe lateat the trouble Il'lth the a\'erage student Mrs. Kreidler ,has a very original dry I .UHlCrtllI school tll)d shuuld llIake a workhave withthe Including equipment u'pproprillte for n o a he don t the modern lnmer. the ftnt onr ' r urli'stil' ring. ' . :n:=. �h�� �: ��� t:':::�, ::��a:ar: �::rn:'t�re�'of :�:;�� t.o be Installed In Washington ..m not a student like Art If any blundef3 were made. nobody . th!Is.amI glad We Clean Cleaner ha\'e found out that my re- In the play . .needed prompting. has slowly shrank t.o a mere Sunda,. AprU 21 Men's Sulls Dry Cleaned altd Ten Years' Experience . sources pittance. and I· thlnk I oug/lt to let Tennis and swimming were the pre­ I � 'UO , Has Shown the Wisdom you know about It at once so that rou dominating sports of the day. ·peggle , . ... , ' , . . . , , . . ' . . ..1. .1 . 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I . " SMiLI..-SMIUW on earth can smU. but ffi:.:ll .. , Nothlillrna; flash nnt,:Ptfd ,..fit., bUt in nrloull, p&rt.I of the country. ,Mr: On Marth �I • d.�tet. Monlea 1\'h_\ ia . ',dlamond-nUh compared to lr I Mr and Mrs. ver _��I���I���el: �.��� I;::�:(M�II :��.l:rv:::::' t� . . l :::::1��7::,�:: :h: �.� :::��:� t e -'It 11 the PH' c.n�ot.cla:m. e\�n.the-! . . . �I:".�:�em� :�=Ir.� o� ':l-:; l M ylvla n, "'28. I.s attending rotfatlve of man; It the color .hleh � Lal"soLM 8 rt8'ud to the needs of (utun! years. and j01- . cheerfulnesa and the wear&, love Un . o ty con WU:h1ngton. f in h�nJ Altfll. Mr'" &aId b8.uty," "An:hltetuBl ""'_ 5-�.� ���;'5 � �� �� ;"."J"II?J!l! thHf! th�. It. Is .1. IlIht In the ,,·In· -... � ..;: lisch. " fftulU from the plum\na: of th" nectl1in �'Uh the nurteS tralnln, . : ). :...._"A ' .....l. -�;/ £...0 the heart :-h1ch but tates, the ot dowa , -=-' .... ,�_ whol" rathn than planning bulldln, wblch ah" bt'pn' at the BH.ttle Oen- slgnUlee: I� Is at r.om, and waiting. �- . .' )--_ . ATHE\'. , SAl' THAT Pete: Old you hear' ·that Bid baa '�paraieIY, " With .thll hi mind plans eral Hospital, March 2li. ,bud that like smile t canno, tnce that Herman Boldt obJecl3 to hulng his t�'" tJcmau.m; or Pacltlc Lutheran Co-lIt'1(e thrOUSh ' .the on up dries and bl6uom cannot , ' name In the paper, Wt 9o'On't put It acuSii'urd madt' wlll'be �'ean t�'ent)'.rh·e next he I Bje)de: Ye., and , hun't, abe not only ....'111 tht type' or archJtecture � Stanley Dahl. "'ho attended p, L. C·11taLk.. Laughter 11 day and IObrlet)' ,IS . In. Hennan. , , and Norris Lanalo, '28, nllhl, and a ,",\Ie is the twUllht tha', . rot P�tt1 curil! decld�, but also the kind and classJ- luj.td�mester . --. ro. . gentl)' bet,,'non both-mort! b!The grad" at.hoo! fltld day vn't off fleatlon' or buUdlngs to be conalructed �al1 on the Admiral Watson tor hoe, . ....1th a bIlng, E"en the college studenls ' as the IChool Kro..·s "1lI be.COl\lldt�. Alaska, April J7. Stanley ..111 be em':: wltchll\8 lban either, -Henry W�rd Beecher, enjoyed It n�e-pt those- ..'ho cut cluse-s. Details or this projt'C� ..·m be 1.11_: p]oytd by the Kodiak ruherles, at Ko- : . . . the of survey hland, complete a dlak arter noullced ' . Bllme, and Ktrmlt Parktr, . Sprl,ng colds · can be OO16In61 now, grounds hllll been mad�, ! ' 'll�t.Kt'nntt� Oalt Junior Col· are'now attending Hermall James Holte, '2ti. a'&ellior at I who Ask .tht man who 01li'fLS one. . in Callfornl_, all! aald to ,be ·the WORDS WI: .&LL KNOW ( . . the. Unlvtrslty or MlnnelOta Mtdical Or, 1'1nI1�ta4: .1 brtna- you greeUnp SChool ..as marritd to ' MLu lrent only studtnll in tht Unlttd Statu "Who Tht" play caUtd "SOft Shouldt"r'$." I a�.fUrd rom hool e n c t e g h �':f�;�:tta� J�t'a mlstak�. :�: � a =�ateF :��:��=' No�� l .)' to an f � ��� ::,::� �:: a�: ::·tt7�� :.��r �� r":, be gll·tn until a future datt". (/Mr. Hone: Remember you are not In wt'Stt"rri Un!vtrsit)', ' 'hlBh ac:hool any mont, You CO!- . , . . Let me but do my work from day to day , Tile Studen.ts d9 I�ge students no..... � IlIlY Han'ey and AglltS Klippen In· mrh�te a walt j dJlged In aquatic sporUs at Spanaway rore.�, at the dtsk or loom: or field In We-II. Stlxrud: Miss . . . I lut Sunday "Swim and gtt thin:' \ � i In roarlnij: market place or tranquil and I'U lee, Oh, )'No-sa" .' ,they ha,,'c never l" 'tl")'�)'. room Mr. Haup: In thla aae or· adoleJ' j � Let me but fh,d It In my heart to'say I cence-in Tacoma unbeen � Mr. J;tavl�r: That theory ..... bellevtd Whtn vagrant "'lIhes beckon me IllItray. ! "nn.':"" o"" ,to : ,u'I.�Uol,��,'M'h�ad. n",_ �Pdl "This Is my .....ork. .my blessing, not my rttty yean ...-0. ... ha�e eaten they less ....hleh led an old and unsafe bridge l'�II" nil hlll ll�1I ' Mr. R.anatacl: Whtn I IIvtd baek In doom, aI' �senUy a car came along and ne Of all ,who live, I am the one by whom KlnnesotaI ""II�h J:l r l held up his hand Mr. Remem�r thLs Ii to This .....ork can best be dont, I t hemlh�1IIII' hunll',j sound �rlyle'. b.a.L�'!!!.ia... C .. And In the right .....ay:· What s tht matter? po..ltd tht II"Itl ull h. �'1!'IlIt.: like an organ. - - ---. bo)'a!�Ight, Oood dr-her Mrs. Kre-Idler: · I,;;..........;;;;:;;;;;:J MUSIC HAUNTS HIM IItU,: lun, a IIttlt ralll At that moment McOulnnt5S �. Comt on. jJlrls. --nlU'd him IllI the count) magbtrate A home .....hereln to d....·ell ..... e th ga n , lt . }'e�U ser Honor ht said K00AKS : ������ ':.h�t:n�:s ;�:�l�:f i gen�a�ly ' and do, to thing UJetul worth)' Somt Yes It lsi .... the snapp) Iln�""'er Clear "Islon which can Kodak Fini�hing I1s all nght thtn said Mac 'Tht beaut)' or the gGiiQ and trut he l!tC!P� politely out of, the way. � ' i"} uf the remarkable photo of two That Is enough tor me. , Th1i 11 got orden to let no traffic through be- ! ) p, 1.. C. studtau walk1n&" to the K1ckcaUJe or tht rotten bridge; but litCl� Kind Better 11 reward BII day. fOllY 1ng Post on .. It's you, )'tr Honor. a Pleasu�' - 1 IdenWl' Brighten up the I�ome with oftertd to an)'O!le who right ahead, sir!" allowed, them.. Onl)' ice few (Jowers or r a o..... .....OUI� you dls- j ' FOR TilE BOSS co:; :7c:,; ?':" )' � blooming plont. Flowers II,NT"Robert. to try you hope I 80M: Tht Dull Student: "By the quesUOIlll he - for everybody und c\'Cry' M\'C! half or what you earn:'· ....,ould uk." Office Boy: "I don·t gtt that much. thing ,I air:' Phone Main 14&1 Fl�wer ",oru Se a A Dr. Ar��!;. Hicks lcrnenutl�1 lilualc �h"a)"s hauriu sa�e-:!��:R��E�:IV:a�� ��S suIt Shop ! RI 11th & Broadw�y R���B���I� A-�e,,:,r �he-II'l! h"":lu�e you murder It 9o·jth belt' In tht back and a cuff on th fI..,.t. �ma, Washington , t. Do you \\'ant a sock � "No. ; �����������li ' � � � �o����� No ,1,1 ,.... mod. , 1001 Oul or In 'h. ,yo'" · , HA l ..... TT · ER . ... ��2.N'S ' rARRLAND ... U.... Lltll� Mary getting htr fln;t sight of T. . Alfleld Who .... It thell? Specially BU a Repair a peacock, "Look qUick auntie, ont of Walch Repairing 2ti7 SO, 11th at. r..... 00. &.lid A�.n bloom:' In s . I · 'chicken:! your . e. BREAD' I ' gues:! the }oke bane 011 me Bldg.) (FtdtUty . •• J. C. Peu.!"SOn tht a edt as thl." egg l!p]atte� "Wh t you bro her In college?" I _• .... .. I••MU'I!eLlCn.HQII�.) • I on h : :: on, =====::;1 A ha. l'5�ba kr hl:: r , :: ,, :: "::: :: ::: ::: ' , ::' = :: l = :;= " , , ' = · = "'· = = :: �. :: = We Appreciate Your t Brookdale Ccuh' "= m n ln Udl.... " �= I Steinway and other plano., Duo Art "op. In studies he's a.....ay back," i Patronaee , ' Reproduclna- Pianos, VlctrolU and Young .....Ut at the leltphone, "But· l���govemm�nt II i i AU meat.ll �Market Victor Records, Band and Orch�tra R Garage osso's a and eak s o nd d Irutrumenta, Sheet JoIua1c and Music �:�;' p�� �:r::� t t M.a.d1Ion IMR2 ImporJers of Nor­ n o Books, RadJo seta and Acceasorles � L.____�----.-J I ",'egian Cod_Liver MlMlon worker to tramp: "Ha"e you on I taken a bath this morning?" MBeeA RBS'IAURANG( Sherman lar& Co. 'Tramp: "No. sir. . Is there one miss· . Cor, Tacoma Avenue &; 11th at. Open AU Nighl ing?" Tacoma. Wash. 928-30 Bro&dway ..... . TRY OUR ANNEX 13th &:. Commerce F'fte DeUYeIl'}' ,

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MOnday-April 22 , - 11 : 00 p. m.-Th�', h "�ter. Peter. .... ·c...·c been I�l"'kl�· soMc�bers of Pr?feillor Hong.'. Ort,1 Mell"S Ciub mHlA' ln .Qhu� Parlors 1 hope we hlle! I . 'ere riry much sur- Rev. M. l4oI\o of Our Bavlor I LUlhc�1I cle\y .fter .. sojourn to the �ulh Sea Expression c1u.s .... Who ...·ould aker. AU bl)' h:l\'c. thourht It. As B rtsult of the ",-ork O! �. TIlliel-. Islands during the Mliny wcather. All K«t LM: spe \' h � d Ch Tacoma Is the urch s of d a at ha th o cr t to stad .nd� Rc\'. Bogstad. new l\lcmbc.n polite �plc mould make .. rtlum slgn prl l"d Uke to kno'ili"! . f.mous .. pe.rson"!n their midst u the are 11l\'lt«l. One of our ;1 hlghb' est��kt .�.,-e been adde;d to \.he Pacine Luth· of reaJ8nltlon. . d m.-Thl' p. 4:00 d A.mod\., sen.tm- of I We nesday, Aprtt 24, I ,;ran. College Dtvt!opme�t Associ.tlon, Do )'01.1 know .� . 'e know? That·, �::� �I� �er wonderfUl ..peaklne! Confirm.Uon Clus meets: 1 :30 I)· m .st'����;'�e! An' ....h.t m.y �ur dt'ar assoc r Tinge e .· i I)resented D �uld . ' 'Chool � comln' to? . ' Good: ."e don't know It. .blllty, she held the cllWl S�lIbound. I Mld"..tet. Devo,tlonal HOUf. � .... What's ttlat? oft. you "'anta tnow �IOl) plan to Re,·. RlUtad 5 co�· -0' Sech ta'lent cannot be Idt obseUrM, . Thursd.y. April 25. 7:4.5 p. m. Choir I a a . a � t c e a Mls ) ? s ::.ea�1. Mrs� Ph. E. Hauge: Dlrr : ::� �:�':��e: ��: ;;,� �e ;rn ".�:C\: m�:;:a��gl "'&3 a th;nkln, : �� �a; :7., s ��: �,����::� Jhllt you'd surely comprehended ...hat l )ll:u� 10 Rev, Hendrlk.se:n·s corig�- that ate slung around the da� room. "l..A�lrs and OeHtlemen: 1 am lurely Frlday� A))rl1 26, 7:00 )), ",.-The Boy . ! tlon In Seattle. our tribulations concern. " ' happ)' to Introduce the next ·.peaker on , . --0' W�ll. .�""'·a)', 11'$ Jw;t thls-nollo' hold Encouraging rn�lts h.,'C c:ome trom A BretOn and )'Cllow my..tery hl!S been our program, namely the Honorablt Scouts mett.A\�rll 21,. 9:�0 a, m Sat. Saturday. th · ,· n· . ' r, on. e e one because 11'5 sure...to be a ; t talt. O Bot. p�dent of St. Olaf m):stlfylllll lhe myst.e.ry·lovlng )'OUng· Lady Aamodt ot Onion. Lady Aamodt tdi . u y SChool and ConfinnaUon CII..$$: �hc:t If you don't .I�ady kno",·. College. "TOte a.n encouraging letter siers lhe last couple of day.'. Said PUll:' has attained '.. 'Orld ""Ide dletlneUon , Junior Cho.lr �heanal. Wh,·, sUn.", in the biggest scandal and sent his second costrtbutlon to ue is a beautifUl boUq�et of da((od l� ;'The F4'flcleno)' senator of the west.� ! 10:30 a. 'm Sund.y, April 28, 10:00. a. m. Or.ded thl'. de'�lopmenl. Dr. J. A. Aa.sgaard. se.t on a sheU with a background o� 'She ",'III speak to us thls .flemoon v,'e','e h.d for re.rs and )un. . Sunday SChool .nd Bible Clasa: 1 1 : 00 1'0"" do }'Ou, rnollo'? Oh mt,.,6h m)'! presldellt of the Nor�gI.n. Lulheran el eIllretON. Th.nk l.OU. . Jraelou. do . t Efficie at the Practice ncy Inlo "Pu ting . JUIl01 In' Be I ' 3'00 If thl.s ain't the dumbest bunch l'\'e Church of America . • bo 'IIiTOte .n en_. .to�. Capllol. "Lady Aamodt hal . taken �he :�m�.� . e �nte��l� �y ;;,::;. Lar. coll",glng leiter &,nd joined the· a519' -0e\'er -seen ! . . InIUI\lh'C In eight long n�ed rt:tonM, On.' It a long a e And then c.me I tlo One pastor. In Iowa \'Oluntir""&$ C .li 1\ " '= . In � ' ;' . .. . .. _�ii �. .,.. be . 1 Well. t� brief. certAin pin t" of hlch . shall brl�rty state to _____ fCHnd a short time .ngo In the girl's i I!r promised to get 100 new mem�. grand rus� for COler. '!ennis $C!t!"', to you: The first Is thllt or, el!mln&tlni > AI�o, 1\5 a result of Dr. TIngebtad's be thriving by spurts, . IInlOklng In Ihe cailitol by placing .u Four Years Ago . . . . . -0. endln the, February isIIue of the Bul. r/ ll No"" ain't that the limit' 'We 1' the cuspidors on the front steps and ' oo " OUld�'1 ha\'e �n so s'prl� If' it had , letln to thc putors ot the Nor .....e&!an ( Just sill: more weeks. Ylppll l H · �ulrlng' all the �lUltors to lhrow "All on account of Polly" �·as the othtr exclamations of joy. !"been. say Rcd'� or Carrs. or lots o( Luther.m Chu.rch. these pMtors either ,ray! and their cigars .nd Clg.�ttes into the� .senior pi.y chosen by the c1a&S of '25. Good by .nd � ) J J; hers-bUI graelou�! Thl' initials on jclned lhem.seh'el; or ·.sent nAmes or before enterini the building. The see· Mr. •nd MTI. H.uie, dlreclors o( the ' It lIo'ere " P. P." .nd he had to admit II members of their congregation. . ' . lind Is that reform In ...hlch .. the .sena· play and claM 'l!dvtsOrs. cho6e the tOIAs a rtl\ult of the � \l'as hls� ..ork'f.t the as· . bedroom sllp- IOllo1ng to take p rt: Burton Kreidler. . tors are required 10 ....e.r . . Well: f>(>te-, m�' lad. t'm thlnkln' tha� oo:latlon. Charle5 AlttlUlsc:h".� archl· )Jers In their oUlcts at the eapltAl. In Oeorge Cooper. Sidney �g'reeablelless OIasIiO. Birier ,,111 t 1 East the April from on �me ('Ct ha\e h.d It bt'en lhe pm \l ould gone .order 10 sa,e the furniture from be- Nelson" Lrman Carlson Palma Helm. __ unclaimed for melhlnk.� lis better to 2Z to SUf\� Ihe CoHege campus He IlIg .scratched when the)' put their dahl Ruth Bull Stella SamueiSEln The Urst thing }ou ';I;ant to do IIohen I ",as the archlt('Ct \lho drt\.. up the hnH! • dl�lllh-"hnteer thC' cost ffilt on the tablell This saves many Martha HjelTl'LSt�J Esther Syd0.... Palpilln.� for tht C K PrI'US gJr'hnaslum preparing tor . motor trip I� to take a g alloI S of varnish e,ery lear }I't IIoho rna Langlo Am0 ttc Day Ruth RlveIT 1:0."" T Till: " OKLO-IT � \ OU at Lutller College n building "'hlch III certain motto polish It up • lillie .nd but �d) Aamodt v.ould h....e thought considered the &11ost be.utlful of Its Ilut It right ",here lOU can find It ....htn of such a simple remedy I take great ness and Luetle 1�nth Dorothy Or\ou sa� the "orid Is gloom) 'ou need It Not ....heD lOU "Int it, p:C8.lIure In presenting ?to lOU Lady d.t and Olga Ellingson wtte selec� k.lnd In the M� 's. �illPI \alley � The skies arc grim .nd grn) the chlldreru parts Ol'f1nUl' piaN 'hl,e tJeton I.id u to but .... hen )OU need It' because youll The- miht hl\li lost lu qUlctAamodt EUlcll'ney Stnator or the I'" take thl' .... ork ot Ihe [)ot\elopmenl A.'\so· n('('(l II lots of times IIohen lOU dont You fear the coming d.}" t . jf.ven by I : "Be Agreeable." W�� ....·nnt It. That motto s elation in the tuture. On Aprll,It .. Thl'. ...orld is lIo'hat you Inake It. , !l.lIp Bolstad, was April 30 a music recital ....as chalrm.n ur TlIlgelstad I� \0 pN;'sent the plan to I�e Agrt'C.bleness � one o[ the m05t • The sky is gray or blue , qulte'rlght In saying that I ""11..'1 putting I the pupils of Miss Vangie Loeffler, ,10-, CdilgT'{"gllllollll In Raymond and South ,'.llIable "Irwes roo can h.,·:, T.ke lin. Mrs, Ph. E. H.uge. "olce. and M ls.!'i Just as your soul may pnllll it torth m)' utm05t efforta to put eWcl. Bend. and Ihe following Sunday W this. qu.llt}· ,,1th you and youll be In ency Into pracUce at the ea\lllot. 0 or- Llll�la Lund, '\llano. :!he (ollowlng It isn 't the world, It'� rou! • ""', Ihe congrl'gallons near Stanwood. On demnnd, (or people e"erywhere are Thc�e two reforms ere the most dlftl. took pnrt: Lilli an r-. Solvelg Rynnlng. .-,prll 21 Mr. Hauge will p�sent the looking tor the agreeable person. But Irene CIl'ar liP thl' cloll dl'd \·Islon. cult to put through, and I would never Anga Dale. Ha�ry Sannerud. ) Dcl'elopmelit 1)I.n to ReI', Halwlk's If rou do not Intend taking I� with Ted Lundeen. Clean out the foggy mind; have succeeded had It not been (or my Dahl, Oladys .ThomlUl. yOIl, >'011 had better stay at .home. ....... congregation!; In E\'erctt, and The clouds arc al"'ays pa...<;lng. . mnnelous ability lUI ah orator, tor I I ,Pnlm. Helmdahl, Nettle Larson, Now. when rou ha"e thls packed �I>eak ""lth1he eloquence ot Cicero .nd l:Slgne Hjermstad, And each Is s.Ih·er UnOO.can .back out ·your twelve� the forcefulness bf C.e&ar, which I ; . TER awn.y. youomnibus. Thl' world is ,,'hat you lIlake 11_ FOR QUAR HONOR ROLL-. -get set. and "'elgh cyclillder '" en l �e It bright and true . le.med In Professor Honl'l Oral Ex. ' At a meeting o( the MlMlon Society e, 23 Mak flonon: '7 A�.OR the Dls,lIcth'e nnchor. And "he �06 sa) Its gloomy clus many ):ears ago at P. L Henry Klel spoke on "David Living· _ Ust You 1I.rt' no"" u�der wa)'. �ettlng a prtMIon ",111 t the �orld Its �ou' C _ tell you of a fe"" reforms 01' stone," A plano IiOlo by Constance bright .nd earl}, start. IIohl1;e the . I . ..... Birtland and \\ reading by Mabel her-." The hono roll for the last quarter is neighbors a� stili In bed.. before the which I am dlilgently ""orklng-:'an�. which I will soon present to Coniresa. �n completed Ihe program, I as follows : Anna Aamodt, Inez Arneson. milkman arrives ""Ith the monthly bill. The first of' these DAHL GROCERY . CO , . 110'.1 brough't to-my , ene � ls t lngeborg Bolstad. Martha Cline, Marie and theft' Is no tr.utc, so" that )·ou attention br the publ!C G ral Me hand e .sentiment reo "If Caesar IIh9uld be alive today. GardUn. Lelah ?ra.ss. Christine John- can "step on It" and · see If lIhe ..111 ' number ot houf3 a ,day "'hal ""ould he do?" the gardlng Phon lan{l. son. Mae K<'ith. Gerhard Iolden. Irene make that fifty miles an ho�r as eAll1ly "Nothing. MU&50ilnl would have him spent by the Senatorl. •t th'elr work, �=y ::��=k e n � e a h Ou es t :f�� l�oS t�� ��B�r 1 have dev� a plan. !y w�eh he · - "il·· ' ��� �e:' I.� Ooplerud. -:I. a �t!:e�:� I:;� �:��:�:� �o�� .�; ��U: � l . 1I Kurm. Hoff. Elvera Hoken· maChinery' In which you have If\\·�ted :���� ��h ; 0f;;��� .�h:::ual �'ar�; l;;;;� ;;1 ;; ;; ;; ;; ;; ; ;; ;� Slad. and Elmer T\'eter, o( the College more than you should I . .she does. and th p'ublle It lhe hour. 10 appe.r will �t SQ )' be agreeable wheD things . Department : Ida Hlndt'rlie. COnrad I .., Kirchoff, Ed",'.rd Llverton. Gertrude t is eas to that they are Just .rrlvlng .fter lunoh l .., Ire going �moothIY. But then )·ou or BUCKLEY.�G CO,. after doing some elTllnd. The see· Sydow. ·Alr Jacobson. Edgar Larson. and "'ant' to look tor - the unexpecled, for Pauline Larson , of Ihe High School de· tha,t Is �ally 'wh.l you tra,'el for. and ond is the pr�1 lht.� the Speaker J o·h n s o n-C o x Funeral DireclOI'S t ta udents had l .n e · � a , · . l U "'hate,'er happens, m.ke II. joke out , Company . I = :; . �. ��:r �= �:h ::: � a bl O( : ' Bucklc)·.King FUllcral "�e �7baur:�� geU: out Of off the platform In' order not � �waken � d�tlnetlve h�nor roll. those ha\,· Church as n se 11.!�0 grade below "B". is composed .ot kilter �nd fals. to �uskatehltate. or the " 'l:lcoma Ave., at SO. �t the following : Gerhard Molden. Irene doojlggtr In the thingamabob (.ILs to ��u: :)��:h s; :���s��;o� �=: : . More. Udelle Winney. John Gopll'rud. catch on the hlcky in the whatcha· the mm'ement to equip all the Senatons j M, 622 t t 1 KUI' r. Conr:nd Kirchoff. •nd E:(,I. macallit. or the gas has too much ""aler I \ :�:e ::�t :�: ;;.IlS: �:;e e:l� :� gar l:!�. ____ In It. so that spontaneous combustion _ _• _ thereby _ _ _ savini _ ___ much 101 time ' go. 1 quickly. . is Imp06Slbte, or somelhlng goes wrolli, Ing up to make\thc:lr speeches. Thls "", spuialiu in so th.t >'ou Ila"e to stay over night In ",111 eliminate the\,.use of the lItalrway .--_ I _ _ _ _ _ -,..,.-_ -, S�h()(}/�'Pr;"fi"g the tas,t ,·m.ge of Brookdale. ""hen you eomplelely. •nd ",111 necessitate Ine:lnes l ""anted to reach • certain staid metro- which .....111 be CQvered .....Ith noise pre. Its Our Buaine88 To Serve 'polls only a short distance futher, ventlves. These are the refornu Remember 'Her why, "laugh. clo.....n. laugh ! 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The �cUlc Luthenln ,?<>Uege Choir May 28--CompUme'ntary Choir. concert During the afternoon the time will Re\". M1lr.kel LOno, pa.s�r of OUT : y �0 at Fiut Lutheran Church in.T-acoma. be spent at Swimming. canoeing,· boat· 6&\'lor's Lutheran Church In Taooma. ",;11 leave Friday mornlng. May 24. on r Several aof those duect i' v I� te'rested June . 1-Alumnl·Student Plcnl� at ing. playing baseball. and other sports. "'ill pre;ch the sermon at the bacca· the 'last extended . concert tour of the B.SSOC l,B tlon In aY : the work going UlSI . \ Spanaway park from 2:00 to 8:00 p. l Al 5:00 p.. m. ,lum::h will be served at laureate services season. That evening they !"'III slng In u.pon In\'ltatlon In June anO! July to m fo. � . held this yeaf . SenJor G las5 play. "The . PHnce , solicit more,membeu. " fifty cents a plate.. SIl\'erton, Oregon. aI S·p. m. In Trinity Lutheran Church, Sunday ' . , Chap," S:OO p. m. Saturday e\"l:'nlng a concert .",.111 be �:rl�:�; ���e���a���t �;;�}onT ��sd;� June 2--Bacca.laurea,te . services ' In :ollo\'lng the lunch, the annual bw;- evening . June 2. al\s:oo o·clock. Rev. glv�n on Puget Islar.d, and 'from there range for and tak\ care of a de\.elop Trinity Lutheran Ch�ch, Parklanl) .Iness meetlng of the Alumni will tak� Lono Is Qne of the ne.we.t ��111 of T �""'--' S :OO p. m. place. when .0rticel1l for the coming Clllma, having come from Maddock. the chOir .",;11 -go to Portland to take ment association booth to be held at-j Juat . , ,N, ... part In the PAcific District Convention. the district meeting of the Young ne 4--Class Day prOiI"am at 1 :30 p, year will be ejected. D., last summer. ' ple'$ i er ague. ut ,I J'u�� 5- -Commencement ExerciseS �t Alumni and friends expectlng to at- Class Day exercises, on J,une ,. will , L � Le They .will sing at SUnda,Y mornng ser· Pt'O tend !.he outlng . are asked to send a begin with the Ivy planting ceremony viceS In Rh. Thorsoo's chureh, In the . 8'00 . p. m . , afternoon a concert ",1.11 be given In the Archi card to the Mooring Mast, In order that at 1:30 p. m.. and will continue with ' tect Gives . , saml.' church at three o'clock. the committee In charge ·may mo the program In the COII�, auditorium . ,. ' Report.s fRESHIES DETECT A< eolonlal Hall. In Lon""" ., "' ''1I Pl:Omlsmg at 8:00 p. m, At this time, the new SENIORS' SNEAK easily make arrang.ll!ents. final concert of the tour will take plac� \ I +hree Imp�rtant Objectives Out- ' names that wllI .apPear on the Lambda at 8 p. m. . .. . . , The ChOir will be ass where r d ' I ""I wanna Chi loving cups \!o111 be announoed, --you go.. , Isted In these Ch ' me PI:: 0f what you do" sang the freshman , The Prmce . ' . ap concerts by Dagmar Hageness,""Vloli[Ust. I Wednesday evening, June 5, at 8:00 AI:rillis i : as th��' raced after the seniors, up and and by Anna Mlkltelsen, soprano, ac, Presented To Be o'clock the pre6ldent'8 reception for . , companied by Cora Vista at the plano. Charles Altfl11lsch. archltec/tral en- I do.... n the halls on Tuesday evening, the graduates, their relatives and �Da Mlkke l.seh and Ardy Edwards ",1.11 glnrer, or Decorah, Io",'&", who spent al ,. , . For w�ks the freshman had been Plenty of Amusement Is Promis- ,friends, and the peraonnel of the school f� clues con, sing the solos of the choir n�fli. mo:st a week at PAcUlc will be held in the COllege dining hall. Lutheran Col. i y,atchlng the �aduates ed to Spectators at sneak day or courae I The will.APpear in full At· the Commencement excrc1aes wblch lege during the latter part of April. cernlnjtn senior Senior Play t h he t n a I h o k er \r I . I , � :�a ���y � �':t:�:e:n� a; ; �nO:PI���: r�� t ': :nc:���; ��� �:�. �:� 7o :flia �!:: �:' �: �=, = The four-act Play) "The 'Prlnce � �t �::ac:'c:C� �; !�: ���:; p. m.. when a complimentary concert velopr.1ent of Pacific Lutheran COllege. ) that obviously a' trick to Pyt others Chap." to be presented ' by .the grad. Rev. L. Ludwig. of, Portland. preatdent . . of fth� trail. will be gh'en at the First Lutheran Aceordlng 12 Mr. AltfJlIIsche's report I Wh did they hold class meetlngs uaUng classes of ' 1929 from P.. L. .. of the Northwest Dlstrlct of the Joint church. 6th and I streets. . ) . Synod of Ohio, will deliver the Com· there are three Important objectives to lI e,very day' and guard their ""'Indows so promises to, furnish man.y thrills, and. mencement d.res.s. Doctor TIngelstad be' achieved during the coming year: carefully? Why did. Marvin Howlck. a whole evenlng's entertainment for will presentadthe diplomas to the 42 First, the extension of the campus on buy big package Ad"'isors Entertain . t buns It w of it 8.S!l· I the spectators evening, on Saturday graduates. all $ des. allo"" for thl:' expansion he I . ""sneak day""? Furthermore, on June 1, a,t thll P. L, C. audl�rlum. Ed· Graduating Class em'lslons; second, the building of a for . Tuesday e\'enlng, the library closed ward Peplei author of ""The Prince At Evening Party modern home ror the president on this at A ement M ad nno unc ne lllan o·clock. went n Marie �nd IJ • i Chap," will 'be remembered by man; enlarged. campus; third, equipping the to a ��rty tpout· telling any of the las author of "A Broken Rosa.rt." an· or EngagemeDt at The facuity advisors of the graduat· remaining space In the basement of I , re r a Clever Little Party :�gt��a=��. er::rp��nnedr�: J!:�d::� :::a��:�::�um for biology and PhrSIe.5 i :� :�y �� K��:rngW�t ��h ��an� ot��e :!�:�"�f ��:'csat all well cO\lldn't pos:dbly.flnd time to go fitted for their roles, and are worldng. At a gathering, of a few c 06e"'frlends nesday evening, May 15. Additional campus space to the sautb Lelah , , 1 �nny, In to ShJ!ll. could the<�mpkln T��re I � hard, unfler the Of coaching StlX· at the home 01 Mi6s Thelma The evening was spent In playing would make It possible to relocate the' doubt. Th� must be sneak day l I rud, to get In sfu!.pe (or theMl.ss various games and gues.slng .contests, athletic field betwecn the creek anti noClrcum$tantial dis- ,Parkland, Tuesday evenlnl(, M4Y 14, the evidence �n not 1101- 1 play a week. from Saturday. final .. Rudolph thus giving several members the prlvi· the golf links. where there would be engagement of MIM Fenny 'to�lf , a more suitable "' ays be relied upon, however, The Sanderson and Eliot Mlc�elson plilY Kli lege to sho"" their outstanding mental plenty of room for pPen wsa announced. Mr. itUpPen iors had. had no thought .of sneak· oppooslte as tt)e leading characters.- attended I abilities. Those ",inning prizes \!o'ere I gridiron and baseball diamond. Ad� sen p, t. C, In 1928. I { ing OlLt but on now Tuesday that night. Rudy, as Wil an l iam American Peyton Gerhard Lane. Dagmar Hageness EV.jdltlonal property to the north and east l e\ ery one was xpecting them do so, The announcl!ment wsa made whl e e to . artist, aOd Eliot �ClaucHa an adopted ' ans Carlson. Peter Flott' and �lIlan would furnish adequate room for what. the� t a:a;:�he :I� ' . decided to stage a fake sneak and i daUght�r of WIl\&m pe",.ton. Elna �:IC��: ;�:: J; Anderson. ever additional buildings are necesw tI ha $ 1 as t � r e sa ln ng fOr e centerpiece ot pink .tullpl!, tall pink til· be�50 !�:�� �: :�����es��: Sh:�:; i�e ;��:I�ent�:::Sme t�e ��:��:::� ��e Q�:���: n girls congregated In I ::��e�o l�!: :���' :: :e: ���� per candles, place card!. a.nd nut cupa. shol\'. ",:hlch revealed metamorphlc tal- !I;ugge$ls shOuld provld� 'not only all one room to discuss the matter, w.hlle causes complications to arise over th� .ent of a high order heretofore un· the con'venlences of a modern res!. the four, girls who were expected to adoption of lIt�le Claudia, repre&ented :��ec�:e;�:a::teatrl�:�PI:,te :; . . ." known. ' dence but also such accommodations sneak, Elna. Lelah. Ingeborg and by Mildred Knudtson and VIrginia Delightful refreshments were served, I as the pre$ldent m.ay require In the! 8nooklel discussed their plans In an, Davis In the �Irsi thr'ee acts, When :��:;I� !�et�b��an:�� t�':;u:� after which Walter French expressed tasks and duties which he mw;t per· other. . Alice Traver$ visits London conruct p lied these rlbbo they found th the appreciation of the gradutes. � of the engapd couple wrl�ten form for after al'l tlil e president hls I A rush In the hallway. followed by a arises In th e" plo!"� and trouble � �. name The faculty ad\'!son a Runlon�the Mr. Ph. faml;v and hill hom' 8fe the sc�ool's I click. at the door, told the four gir16 Marvin Howlck�gm8.r dlllTond r.1og·shaped card8. that they had been locked in their sen'ant. and Hauge and Miss Lydia Stlxrud. �onor I lmmed'late contacts ",1th H enesa sa upon the outside I room. After Jlgglln� and working the Phoebe Puckeu. a child of the �don The �C8ts were Misses Francell and gut'Sts at the reception were Mns world. Johnaon, o( Tacoma: Agnell Beatrice but slums of,fer exceptionally gCKKL...ch&r Hauge and Mrs. Kreidler. Mr. AltfllJlSth praises hI'ghly the door. It was found � be unlocked held by th� freshman girls on acter parts, The part of ' Mn. AX. Klippen, Peggy Harv�y Thora,. and present chemical laboratory. and urges firmly Continued Bertha)"elson, Inga Elling5on. _Marie on Page h ee rington. tt.e mother of �udia. 1s .taken OardlJn. Irene Dahl EDNA DA.GSLAND ELECTED that physics and biology laboratories Tr ) ( . Dorothy ,Lehmann by Mae Wohimacher. Jack Rodney. the and,UlIIan Anderson. ' . PRESIDENT OF D 0 R be established In the remalnJng space . ' yell by . n:In the in'ffin� ba.sement. Th1s More ' Earl of Huntlngto played L The D8ughters of the Reformation "\Io'ould take care of the nteds of the ' 8Graduates Kreldled'\s a special.. friend of Peyton, . l.OnS e ure P O�lt ""ere entertained by Mrs. Stuen and school untll a pe anent bull"ding can Peter Flott, a.s FrItz : Gerhard Lane, OF�CE� ELECTED FOR ' . Yea� M B,al�lngton and BOYS DORMI.TO,RY UNION lson. � Mu. Hauge. at the home ot Mrs, Hauge. be provided.. . For Commg ys 1 Yadder-three artist frlendsCar on Wednesday afternoon, May S. of WUllam . At a peclal meeOng .of the Do !' The architect Is at present wOfld�g I The program consllSted of read1np on a diagram showing Yl detllll thl:' so- Since 'the lut-Issue of· the Mooring Peyton-furnish a whole carload of Dormitory Vn1�n; held on Monday. Jlay by COra ,vl.!ita ani .Lelah Grass, ' a .focal' called unit plan ot conatruction whlch Masl, several more Normal graduates laughter and thrllJ.a;. Raymond Hof! 13. the offiOO1l. which aerv� � thU the trucJunan completes. the llst of councl� members, were elect solo by Theola Anderson, and a plano he deems particularly adapted ' to the have been secured jXII51Uona sa teachers . solo by A� Aamodt. needs of this' school �ing both econ tor next year, and many others eXp!Ct characters. ' ... coming year, 19251-183O . As this wu the la5t meeting of the omlcai u to consttucUon and favor. to sign cont.racts withln a few days. , Muaic will be fumlahed between acts ' . They were sa folloWII: Edna Oagsland was �Iec:ted pres!. able for efficient administration. Ea. 1ngebol'i�tad will teach at the by the college orcheJJtra. dent of the organIzation to� next year., thetlca Jly, he belIeves It would lend It. Tanner InterDuidlate school, near Kent. The seniors ,offering a pen.n&Dt PresIdent. P'nd Lee; vice preSlden.t, ' JacobsOn: Blnter Ucuta mc»t ,.ecre�, John Gard the .ella w:hlCb c.i.as:B the to �; a �. &elf .. and accepted h.aIJ grotIlIina: .plcturesque Ladelle Winney . : PIA.NOFORTE RECITAL GIVEN building muses producing viataa and Uon 10 the tut Stanwood school. where �tore ...June �lnt. ' B1n;Ce the money lln: �, Robert Knutzen: M' , 'Before a. Jarae and &1fp1"ec:1aUve ' au- a cl,lmulatlve effect of unlty with i'she'w1U have charge-of the Intermed- �en in p.bon � wW .be UJJed geant at COntrad.K1rcboff. ' dlenc:oe In the amege eba�. Mt �O. hartnonIous roof llneJJ pleJ:C1ng the erad.es. Marle Oardlln will teach by. the seniors as a parUnf cUt to � B1nce t.hiIJ wu, the laat meeUne of . Edwards ). the year, methods 01 lmprov1nc. �-' gave a cc:mpllmentary � topa. 1r:i h1a oPtn101l ' the south aide the t1nlt lour If'&deJJ at !.he L1ncoln schoo), a� .s1nce tbia 1I an euellen play. the If'&duating claDeI,bave eYer)' top' condlUona were d1Kuued. The . forte recital Baturday,even1nc. May 18. will develop eventually into the moat IJChooI., near Paulabo. Be ..... aaslated· by Arnold lIol&ny, 01 tnt.e:resUnr _View, wtt.b. bu11cI1nP , BIt- . Phyllis Ol'&Dde wW teacb the fifth to � a Iarp cfowd., Pr1ceI; meeting cJOIItd with a. leel1nI lhat tbe . A!:Ierd� tenor'. with JoIra.. J. O. Ed- ua� on the hIlkkte. &IDOIlI the fir lI'f,de at]la1.nler. &Del � Wohlma.c� are 50 cents tot adu :Onion had templetec1 anot.btt "inter;- . ' . esUnl and lUcceutul year. . '. wardI the_��. ' . I will haft a poslUon at Edaertol). lor children. . lt.. . and 35 �ts (Continued on Pace JI'our).

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CherobtL: - : :-: - FaCulty News :-: Daily Diar:y r n . SpO\:se . . -fUv. Carl P6M. prM\.de"n.:,.orThursda . �ma"Ma ;' '0 Th . � lsM�o� �:; Ume since you college. 'Ul� P. 1.. C. lut celvtd • letter 'from )"1)ur loving daugh-' Mlt'r �!'I lessay had bcoeu delly�nd ' Ll tel'. but don't think I haven't ..'role any :k���:; ; d:�::n:;;' ::�, H� M::r.':�d M�. N. J. Hong and Mr. and . ha :iltl:�ItM 1 halle bt!en o� runners'" MlM ' Croeby annrered. Mrs. O. J. .Bluen present �t �t;l� I�i':.ot��l'IIe r'Ubllsht<d e\�ry t": 01 't :nd=�.h:",��,):;::rn::::..studen� 0f PacU'lc �!� \':: \ t'mphl'ltlcally. . ':qan them IUl),- MoortnJ M,ast enteFtalnm;n�t!n edld�r 1 hope I get A ann.-e.r. ' Ha, h.: ISI\'t 'ery . " he�t ner thing. that a good one-If you can. app�IRte Subscrlpupn. >one dollar per y�r. May 13. ' Irene . ' �:d:;�:enlnll' wtth 10 ...rrds wcether r ''-:-: ''' CltAs :'�-:-a.$"";'�nd :'::7;'':; �:':: �2,� =::::� l it..In reg�rd to the eums and the col- FTlday:�!\I., ::-::at�the:;;;Poet =;: :::: at Parkland. ice: ::-: r En�red OU� h mat�. October 19�. s e thln �� lt tha� lh, �)· "I � ::e "Com� lImentary repp no% 'I:I���� wa.$h1n�n. under .the Act" of �h 3. 1879. in bttgl,H �n .chord.3 . sh� :�� locatloM, I. ....111 say like Longfellow. smo Church. Saturday TrJnlly the In cltal � Pat St. t wa.$n ed It �nd II�. � Dahl ·t-1!"t a sleepU\g dog lie"; the� no uSe ev�nlnl. M'-:y 13. Edltor-In-Ohle( ricks D�y either. .Past. · com_ JohnIrene O plerud d.\Ulng Into the deadmy AMociate Editor M." Loufse Taylor gave the·school WhAt. Is occupying mind no..' Is. Monda,. May IS Mllrgaf"et Holmberg . Copy Editor . O ' t aditrep Ilt �tle high men�men John, Wiese the �Itals, and Junior and. Senior We "'on't tr)' to describe the Moor- In Olenwood Makeup Editor she' here .... on. �hlngt . Sport Editor you wllnt a ....as Jomer prlnclpal. _ ����nJ�� Partlt3. Ilnd Mooring MMt Dinners l ing Mast party bUlr'-lf Boy's Sports �t' � ""te Which hll-'l been going on at 'full speed ]' �'onderful time. Just Join the starr. '. pro O. A., Tlngelstad. returned from 'Glrl"s � _ _ _ _ _ h _ _ Tu.HCIay. May It, 'v . . m.nn this wet'k. Organlzatlom rot .... Mlnneapol15. Friday evening. May 17. Eina Trulson � John.Vln Chrl.!jtlne Johnson On MOnd8.�· night, the Editor of lhe The !>tnlon!, after one attempt, de- He altended' an Important bU51ne5S ��o:t �nd Feature - - - - - ; !fabo� =ls� �I��:n��:� Moori n g t hav. couldn u e a ,\"C ! 1 clded th;'t t. h ey J�t and l ' dinner ror represented Mast "f g e a s he ' " h ere meeting. ud r s: . h 1 a al �� :�:� . . Totn ����:l�� ���.st;f!��O:n������h:�:t :.1: ��:�y: :a;e�; .Study Club ha'd, a �: u Agnes Klippen there. I Ulought-It would be foolwi . Ne.... Item-Mt. Hong'lnf9rmed his guest Campw; Local� at the VUla De Vee, the home Faculty Ne",'� , Ida Hlnderlle, Harold Johl'l5O'.l to risk 108lng Ollt on someihlng. weil. orlll expression �Ia.'l" that th�y �re not I)f Mrs.dayWebb, president. Tuesda�' th� E ART SI NE SS �EP M N� ' ", O af,et the others had came. "'e all set high school students ,any more! evening. May 1•. . • Ilrl nders n Mickel:nV dO"'n to eat. I sat next to PRul:Pry, F,lda,. M., 11 hla plano. presented a d Edwar' O. J. CIRCUL:\TION . .....�Ich Is 8. Inqulslth'e fellow "'hat st,icks I TJ:te theatre party was e.njo�ed by orsan and 5ft.Xophone students. In Il rePeggy Han'e): "'gnes Klippen . e a J;I, r s t n M r h . :�b71:ee� l� I�l ��� :��.. ���';t� .::.� I ��: }:���: ::s 1:'lS ADVERTISING 1 ::J:; :h;';!f:m�: CI.�;�.:. �:� a":d �:rnny andJN, F. Lane \ Gerhard Lane ful time to keep him from makl�g 5o_ 1 " �fln ...nna:· " Freed and ' ramll� 110'111 ' make their . TYPING cla.ble blunders, howsoever, 9.3 he had 1Monday, May . homes In seatUe thl.s su.mmer where Eftl)'n Solum no Idea of how to eat delicate-like. He Cora says that she's going pome Mr. Ramstad and Mr. Freed will at�ll.d FACU,LTY ADVISERS J could eat more than 1 «/Uld. l and tell her mamma. caU6e the )' took the UniVersity. bet'he e,'en HONO hen she wanted MISI: Lydia Stlxr:ud entertalried Mr,. - ;,. J..: .: 0;,. STU but he was undoubtedly sorry for �hat I away the grllnd plano .:..:.;E:...N . "" ��_ afterwards. 1 proved that he coll.ldn't. It. Qsb'otn, her fonner and Mra. ' 21. ay 1 TUt$da.�. h9Ptsmash. to M all hl� beating ' by PICNIC teacher. and Mr. /and Mr!!. Henry . �rot lY Ebersole made a special re- Saf1!telt I Sunday. �ay 19. col1eJe, the a.t Salurcla", .lUlU' 1, is {II{' dll\" s('1 fol' Ih(' allllual4'. I .. (:. Stucit'llt.- this will be a lesson to hlJn. · It WI\., a wonderful dln�er, Ma. and'i' quest that the fact that Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Ph. ��auge and Mias, . .\llll11ni l)it-Il'il', a t SpUlll1Wa\" (,,k., . Tht' urfll i r i s lilt' firsl of IIH" ...... (:olllllll'lll't'IlH'1l1 "'t't'k e,·t'n'ls, Hnd is (lilt' tlml s11il1lill hI' t'llju)"('d '"l am greatly In fa"or of makln!! a dln- I Holmber g too� a bath today be an-. L�la ·Stlxrud · enterial'iled-t- � e g cr:-- �· ra nounc� In the Dally OIary. uates In the glrl"s reception room. Wff,lb\" (,'\·l'r\"olU'. For sl ud{'IlIs. an!1 1(':Il'\U'rs it will h�' otH' of Ill(' lasl ner like that Rnnual Cllstom for e"ery . nesday. May 15 . d;IYS. 'lI\e�' will Spt'IH\ logcl\JIl'r, and for Iht, a l u m n i il will Iw.- year In the futllre. ---I11f'f'Ii11 /0: of old Oml l1l'W friends. .' . . It would be safest for everybody to Church cA"tlou,icemellls Stella Samuelson. '28. returned to her \\"e hope Ihal Illllny alulllni will 'find il pllssihk 10 :tlh'l1�1 tillS leave their 008.1,'iI at ttome, howsoever. ·(Iiuting .. Spilnaway I)ark is surl� In hring huck oltl llWlllOr1{'S �n you n�"er can tell wh at will ha.ppen to Wednesday. May 22.--4 :00 p. m. Con- home Parkland Sunday evening . May all fnrnH'r slud('n ts. atHl WI' Hl't' ""Sure Ihul Ihis "j.(t'I-lui.!l't!wr" wlil them. Agnes Klippen . hunted aU over 19. from Lindsay. Montana. where she flrmaUon Class. for hers, .when she was going home. and 11(' :lflollwr pit'asanl (" 't'lll IUllg Itl je I't·nit'mi.){'t'(:d. 7: 30 p, m.-MldVWeek Devotional has been teaching the past y:ar. dlUm'(' couldn't find'hide or hair of It. There TIlt' lime is 2:0() Itl l;:;m I )�. whit'h gin's 1, ,·t'ryoIH' Hour. lit' Prim·t' Chap," t ht' Sll n lt' ('n'.I1 - :: :::��:; �:r�;�� �:;e :: ���:r� Th �:'S:�: May 23 I j{o ll d Ill(' st'ninr l"Iass �IIY. -1: 45 p, _ m. Choir Re::��� . J t Better ";'Inttnr o . h airplane. as It w;� no good on earth Friday. Alumll i, don'l forgel .IUIl(, 1 � May 24--6: 00 p. m, Boy SCOuts Keystone Printing Co., Inc, to her. We was all In a over t, quarry I . meet.' '70% Pacific An but It settled Itself fine when she mo:t Saturday. May 25.-9:30 a. m. SIltur- Main 3'75' RAINBO\V COLORS T': O: C: M: '===� \\'ho su,·s Iht, hu\"s al P. L C art' behind tilllt', alld who \\'unls her coat walking down the street a IItday school and Confirmation Cla$S. :�===: ' . tie late r 10 know wh �' Hi('�' tltln l wear hri�hl l"Iotllt's"! ,\ntl. fur!lwt'uwrt', 10:30 a. m.-Junlor choir rehearThe Junior.; ha.s developed. lhe' pesal. who says Ihey han' no las It' for urI'" (ntit'('d, Slllll{' of IIll's(' CJW'sI lions 'Im"(' hl't'l1 sqllt'klll'd dllrin!-l Ihe pasl Iwo w('('ks whell sonll' 'cunlary Idea that a " sneak day" Is com - Sunday. May 26-10:00 }a. m, Sunday Tobaccos. Cigars and 'uf till' hoys look il UpOIl Ihellls('ln's 10 tiy{' till'ir cortls und sweat- Ing �loaUng along at any unsuspectable SChool and Bible ClasS.. Candles, Magazines. Papers sltirts ( '.') . .\ll lhe l'oltlrs I)f tIl(' rainhtlw :Ir(' nl),," .1IJ1 lu'lll'i ng tUI I.hl' Ume. It almost looked. like (he Ide� 1 1 :00 a. m. Divine servlc�s. " hatched on had Tuesday out too, night. 3:00 p. m. Junior ueague. . Thoralf L. Pede...en t"lll11PllS. It hus h('t'll sllg�t'sl('(1 th UI smile of til\' hoys lak,· u�'1 Ill'xl The juniors "'as hot bn the trails of 807 'Pacific Avenue Or. . .... Tlngelstad · and ·Mr. Ole Taooma. Wash. year. hut whut !-lund ti()('S thai do 1111"" " ,\flt'l" all, grt't'll d oilies the senior.; and both parties was acting Bull were the delegates' elected 19.3t do harnlOlliz(' wondl'rfully· w i th sonll' Jll'oJlh', aut! 1111'11 Ihos(' who like they WM In tryouts for the violent Wednesday evening to attend the dlsune�rthlY notse trlct met'ting at Portland. May 23-2'7th. ," art' w('aring tilt' hrighl rc-d und orangt' may pl'rhaps hl' justifi('d wards. There was " - , also, 7\1:1\'1)('" till'\' fel'l Ihal if til(' 1{'lIehl'rs ("anllol ddt't'l Iheir ill - all aro,· .d what reminded �e of a "Studen13� Store" ward bri�hllll'ss:tlll'\" must show il nulwanih-, 110W Ihat sdltlol is New Yurk subway. which r have never 'f TilEY SAY THAT: sonll oyer. \Yt· art' 'afraid, hn,\,{,,·t'r, 111<; 1 Sl'�'t'ral of lhl' sl u den ls heard.' but It �ust be awful. Any...·ays. CoaLS are not ever safe at parties it I""� i. celebration which Is not to be anymore. ...gnes kllppen's was taken ,\:jl! 11(' l1('('din/.: shllti{'ti glasSt's 10 su n' tiwir {,,·t'S. )'('s. sir, iht"' hoys 1 1 p, L. L art' all J:'ighl, and I h ey III·t' llul sneezed at. by mistake. ; Porter.Cummings The JuniorS took th,e sen!ors down g"oing 10 Id Iht' !-lirls h('al 111('111 with hright doliit'S. 00 ::;;: ;;;o...........,25a;;���.............;............__�_... j to�m to � " Nothln, But the TTUth" on The senior sneak' pulled off �n the Company FrIday night. � think this was appro- fourteenth ""as a false alarm 111' "I-Iunlt' or t il(' 2-IHUlls suit" prlate. especially In these degenerate times. But my confidence In the truth It Isn·t safe to Oy do....n the steps Ten . Years' Experience has been considerably shaken, as the and land on one's nose. seniors has broadcasted nothing but 9:\ 1 11acific :\ "cn ue' I Hai'< Shown the Wisdom . truth the In regards to " sneak day:' The golf bug has bitten m08t of the ,., ==� A�f) an t :: :::: boys. = �, Demonstrated the Ad,'antages !���:��: lsh�����h�e��:i �I::; \� now. and I suppose you are glad to " 1 didn't shoot that firecracker:' OF think that I will soon be back home GAS ,. OIL I . Restricted Field to look things ov�r. As 1 said before, They say a. cynic Is a man ....ho Is 2. Select Melllilt'rship }"ou never can �Il, nowadays. what Is having the time of hla lite thlnlr.1ng GROCERI.ES going to happen to �'ou. I have been that he isn ·t. ng d o ::� o; :�e;:I:� a�OS: :�t:. �h�: .t======t Home �r ! Pane. SUIt_).. would 1 do? 1 would undoubtedly be a ... V . total embarrassment without .no money Sales Setvic.e Station . LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD JETLA buy me a ne .... one. It .... ould be a to ND & PALAGRUTJ . Mr. Skinner. Prop. (Life Insurance) good !dea for you to'send me some more 1254 McKnight B�ing. Minneapolis, l\�inn.· . ve 912 Tacoma-WMb Pac A money . In the next mail, as 1 thlnk 'l am going to a party pretty n I! Your apprecla,ble daughter, lico . :::::;:::::::::::::;::�I ': . CHEROBA, Iii' ' ' . American Plumbing & Stea m Supply Co. Mmwork and Cabinet S�op SU '" , Who ...... . M d S wen oorya . . .Dorothy hU a new ....ay · of gaining 1 j>hone MainPlumbing, Steam and Mill SUPPIiH WASHINGTON HARDWARE 0.'' 1707 1908-10 Pacifi� Avenue ! superfluous upholatery for her ribS. Spalding Athletic Good. , Laug\:l. clown , �t .I Matn 788 _ .� Wuh . n·s. nice ",:eather today. PETERSBURG TAILORING co. A couple mo� nearly fUll-fledged WE O[VE SPECIAL .PR:ICI!'.8 TO �RADUATE8" pedagogues' Nve received requeatll for 1nacrlbed name... · We hope ....e won't Madlaon 1'5Jl � be kept. In suspense much longer the rest. ' . SYECIAL BUSSES FOR PARTmS II BROOK.D� GROCERY .CO. ' ..;;;lot gall&nUy de- . 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moe,ln, or. ,,, """" Team by 1 1.3 Seo... ted SIUMnti the officer.. for next ),car Clouting the offerlnl� of lour 8tlw fo! candld.IM o T el�ted be 1 11 -.. people think that belllg plruanl ls an dlum tlloirller.s at _Ill the Ot.dlalon IfIru lUI Thursda}' afterlloon. Ml.y each oWce are. nominated b� the ue- trm . job Pe l m«l the Stadium Hlt;h nine by • II I think It la I on the c. P. S. �urt3. . cuUve ·com�lttee. and any others may 11-3 $ore ThMday. May 14. .After tht 6·4 hardest J:��:t Y�nyone . can un. There were fl\'e single and t",·o de'rtake, � e e I In n COItC,h Ra�t� and his' college Pa,. t- be nominated by, members of the studoubl� rnfttches played off, The Pa- In the first plaC1!, no one ever thlnkll ImersjiLst Saturday. May lI:'hllnded the dent a&'IOClaUon. y :� ��o� ,!: _ . �: �:� �h:� ("ltIc Luthe�n team did not ""In a ot taking me serlow;ly. E\'erythlng t say .trong" Junlor College of Centralia ' a . slnglt boys M:Or«i three runs In , set. The glr� that cornPQ!led .Is naturally supposed to bt a Jote. I� 8-f deftat to, even up the se:rtt':S. Cen�Contlnued fro'." Page One I . the p, L. C., ttam "'er:e Pauline Larsog. or poor. Any auigesUoM th�t I make ,tralla c;opped ·the first encounter from ,the other side. Lelah . tennis shoes and the flrst lonl on t� hll-'\. A; flowMartha Cline, Emma Kuland. Mar- are not to be laken Int� colUllderatlon, the Oladlators by a 9-8 count" dlfrl�lt In leltlnl started 011 O� floUllllkeepln" maprJne sailed Ick had · garet Holmberg. and Ethel Johnson. The English class Is a ,'ery d�ruc- Saturday'. game was a thrll!er from thro�gh the t�lUIOm. while .. vt�rous the mound. he :ava way td Palo. 'A!ho retired the aide without further, 5CorThe l..oIfger glrl� pla)'1!d an eltC1!l!en$f th'e to my plrasant nature,' Our P,TO- atArt to finish. Led by the Impr�lve tug of �t the d r wu In progr'-' Ing. With the ",ld'of some'nlce fleldln!!. game .and aho""ed, thi.t the)' ""ere- m- fessor being \'err fond of criticlrJng'hia hurling of p, 1.. C:s pitcher, . the Olad- In the !Tlldst of theoo ba.t�le help arrived ! l,ertor In all. part� ot the ga!!le. student3, plcD on "le, becalUt' 1 laugh Iators' playtd the best brand of ball of from, the outalde 10 rucue the 1m : Palo held the appOsltkln lICOrelesa dur­ _ lng' the remal�dtr of the pmt and 11.1-' and take It as though I a� really good ,th,--seUM. Collom ...as very effeetivr p�Lwned �ma,ldena, The aailant illtad , natured. , He. .spends a large part Of the on the mound, Only InJh"e fourJh Inn- era,plo",,� thru the �rricade of·chairs I lo,,'ed only 'two safe' hlta. Gui� t" . ' time crltlc"lng my shortcomings. 1 �' dld he eltP.t'rience dUOcultlts" whe.n In the hall, and s..-Utly pushrd _ t�lr The Lulherall5 took advantage of SIlt ' ' • erron In the first Inning- and pushed take It grinningly. Therefore, 1 am con_ four h� and an rr;or sent three Cen- I way to the besl ea:ed' door, It , swung three- men' ·over tbe platter, In (ht l aldered. good natunod, Jhough 1 am tralllans ac� the. platter. Their oth_ open, and the girls sped down the hall- l fourth three hlt3 netted tw� more lind . reall�' raging In"'anily, ng ." l .... .. .!I1Io ' nov.' 110''' ,*:hlch "':a)', the s.lllth Inning, I �r l�ne: �II came n again In the fifth a hit. a walk:and a .;r--, Tj!'I!' Jt;l.ff of the Mooring Mast. "'"ere Another thlni. ( can't get .angry to "'hen Elliot Ymade first on an error. stole ,,1lh lleOPlr. sacrifice pushed two ruha �!'Cross. In m en k I M da e e e h and c me home on Ralnry ' y HO k e V :� n�:; g:� o��� O!�:t ���:: g:t !l :::5 :�:�� 'ltW� J�7R::::��!:�: ��: �I:e :; l�n:' ��i, �� a: :�::r �� ;l:��:�n;:a�:� NllIor-ln-chlef.· ; Whtn I gl\"{' rome Impossible sClnc- The Lutherans look a three run l�ad Where'! the rope?" , . ' The tables ""ere beauUfullr deeorat- bodies a 1l1f'C"t of �y mind, I am �"p � In the M!eOnd, whtn Collom, first man From then on giorlou!! confl1$lon final rally' In th"e eighth, when Nyman took first as a result of a pl«:hed ball, ed In 1)lnk lind wtilte, s)'J1lboliting posed to \)(" o,llly �kl ng fun, I_may be up, clouted out a beautiful four-� reigned o\'er al . Pete put up a R"OOd Sanderson l dr�ve one 10 the shor��p, spring, "'hlle at each place clen rly de� houllldl!d to death by tea.,lng. but ebt- drive, E, Jacobson singled but W8..$ fight, but could 'not handle a mob alone. u �ll!nrd placard!!. p·ertalnlng to' :'K)me cause outwardly I take It good nftlu�- caught off first, B, Jacobson walked and \II'1lS roped In by the fre!!hmen. In but an attempt. for a do ble play fnlled. Sanderson. an� E: Jacobson department ot Journalism. we � set. getting stili more of the .'!-Bme and scOred on ThOsLenson's' hit. ' Thos- (rylng to rl!'fch Pete to glve him some Coltom,. b'. . fared best at tt!e plate Sanderson colMr. Hong ",nd Mr. Stuen lJ'lwe Short thing. . ttnliOn brought In the third ,Ull 8..$ a i..Mlstance, Johnny Wiese W8..$ captured leeted two <Singles, Whll�Coltom and talks Co\'erlng the ""ork of the past A more tatal dlSRdvB'tage I� laugh- result or � Centralia error. In the fifth imd'" lIed hand and foot. Fred Lee took Jacobson each dro\'e out a'doubtt and year, se\'tral pislUI and suggesliolUl Ing when somrane ""an\ll to be taken the Oladlators scored two mor� on two the stairway, Red i a slng\c'. Nyman. the Luthera-n�le&dfaricy dive down. 110m discussed ror next �'eil.r by many with all serlousnes.s. Many Umes. 1 hlL, and scored a 'lone taliy In the wa.s marsha�led about the halls by 8..$ off man. pulled an unwlUal reat In get-. . Matr members, ' laugh ""hen I'm lltlle In the laugh- .eighth: many glrla as could po&IIlbly hal1g on tlog on five times and I5COrlnll: three After dl,pntr ,a delightful time W8..$ Ing mood: then I am i1eeml!d a silly lW and did not to him Three of the Ilrls di¥PlJeared runs without get.tlng a hit. Collom struck out m 10 spent in games and pencil contests, in and trl\'qlous person ""ho has II. cavtty E R. • H. . the Cen- Imm�lateIY, but Ingeborg kept es- Summary n, Issu� one free pass. McQa whlC.h a great man) ",'ords were made In �he upper story ' P. 1.. C. 10 II tralla pitcher, pitched a tine game. but caplng and being caught all evening. 3 �p from the. �etten In the words .� J. what a baskboneless person I his control' wa.s poor at times. and the A distinct �urprlse ""as In store tor I S a m , � 3 L mu Mooring Mast. In this cont�t Ida must -be, 1 Ot'\"er get angr;, 1 haven't Oladlator's. hits · came at opportune Mn. Kreidler when ahe 4rrived home Batteries: Howlck, Palo, Th05ten;son HlnderUe, John Johnson, and Evel)'Tl a serJJ.us thought'ln .my hrad: I can momenU, from the Oulld and found all thr girls Price. Vota.w, Jones. King. SOlum led ,,1th flft)'-nlne ....ords .. each. be--tia.sed to the last utremlty; I am ' COltom. Sanderson, and E, Jacol;l6on at the front door 10 meet ber� A halt ! silly and fri\'olous: 1 love criticism and �aeh gathertd two hiU. ",'hUe Rainey was called immed,lately, and order WUj . • Phone Main 145f 1 ne\'er mean anything I say. was the only Centrait.n to get more l"t'.'Ito.tt'd 8..$ quickly as chaO!! had begun. The Sludent. do Ever)'One agreed that they had had a Well, I'm writing on this paper to tell than one hit. a te'" of my cla.ssmates t'ttat 1 do gel glorious time, ry DenUh . angry. ver}' much so, that I have a ftw say "Out walt until the seniors do take Rust Bldi. 10th �oor serious th�ughl.5 In my , heat!. t,hat J ! 11th at h.drl.9. Ave a '�neak' and then � what hap� P • • Tacoma, Wa.61ilngton . honestly do get lIred of being t.ea.'If!d' 1 • been in Ta coma pen.,," say the freshmen. that am-not always silly and good for t;O CoaCh �1lI H�Pastlmen from The senior claM therefore j'lllshes nothing. that I hate criticism Just U Bellarmlne College had ' things vJ!f"Y announce that they will mef;,t In the badly a.<; all the rest Of you. "nd 1 am chapel after Thursday on room engine much their own ilia), last Friday after. flot al",ays maklnl fun when I give dlreetly after the noon and handily drubbed the Oladla- and "Ill sneak away n a E ' , ha \ ou II pleee ot my mind tors by shutting them out 10-0 The 1O 25 f1as, . ' ''''' No" for goodness sakes don t tilkt .'up ... ' "''' ·''' · ase' 'meet v body ple an O had da exceptional off ladlators J. C. Pett.!'SOn " " me seriousl �������� � lth errors them against I , marked up ,,m v � ,, ,, ,, . 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League "J!te ceremony ·�as performed at 16:l250 jUthink and Choral Union, which ls a mother's 4evotlon or loyalty, We . dge by appearances. lips of knowledge.:.' p. ni.. by Rev."T. O. S\'are II} the church AnYI\'ar, "I!.'heh It I\'as time to move scheduled be ht'ld In Duluth, June It to her to ilve lives whic!1 will be theWhen' t\\'O or ' three of' us get toI\'hlch' \\'as beautifully d�rated \\·Ith o�. 'Aggie- hurried upstairs to gather up' 1·$. I\'orthy eXllfI\ples. tempted to talk about ....er purplt' lilacs. The bride. gl\'_ her things. )tnd \\'hat do you think .she . This ('(Institutes the vangUa.rct ot :'Her 11ft' lit's be�lnd-OUrs befort'. �t get. white IUId But how do we do It? Do anoth�r� , tl)ousands ot bri enthusi8..l U l c young us do something ted , I;et Ull found" Nothlngl Her coat gone I m!ln)' !lY · e� In marriage by her brother. H�rold. ompj:etei}' gone!' eorutructlon all he best the I u 1\.111 m!l.lr.e the :pllgrlmap �appln� to the gr��est mother .In . her. I have a to�ple:lwho . . ....ore a�dress of orchl� chiffon I\lth a c Of c-ourse I ..... wlth :c::. or do tear 'down? The habit Duluth fr,tnn the Slatt's lind from the ....·orld.. our mother . . now Is a�to becOme per, Into get ';"1' · three,Ul'red klrt lind !' h lte sweet peas .s .... ·ti any I shoul�n· provlnCf"S t be-In being Canada. Represenhabit of ere " . � . manent; so let us uk �raelves a few Thora Olson. the maid of honor. lI'ore I Well. she looked for .' her coat-It tath·e.s aN: expected also from Lut.�er- Choir I questwn: .":Am 1 .wUneM!n, 'or Jesu�? : Boys Give Gay an on::hld and blue figured chlrron, and wllsn't ....·here she lett It-then ,she an mission fields In China, M�dlL,alS' Am I a 'good. witnl'Sll. or I taking . rantICatlY ...·ent .. �hrough the pile ?f car.. and SOuth A(rlca. . ' Porty_.to Winners I good carried a bouquet of orchid s....·eet �-�a.s�\\T1'I n.ame from .someon�? Hli.ve . '! ps-but stili It wasn't there. . The Young People's Luther· . League Rnd �. .The best man was Wlnflel� acted so that an aMOClate of this perenter i h C P f s h My! tragic shall ne\'er .torget the holds I� general conventions h lennial· . . have leSs eontldence In him or . ",Ill son ; . . P'l'terson. of Tacoma. o��n�t1on g�r� :t lhls stllmped upon her laee! " . Iy. :\.-8eatttc, entertained th� last con- ta��'�� recT"8t1on he will �a.ve leM con(ldence In hlma ala �K� 'ln the college F'oI1�wln8 the ct'n!mony a wedding 'look " Oh P.1,!ul! ),01)' coat lIS gone! she venUon. w�en rour large ",peelal tralm �m , : :rhts sel!?" May 1I rday eVenlng at on to carry tfle many dele· supper .... served at the home of the ga.�pe-d. Wl't:e· required was the. result ot an Bgnelflel\t Let be faithfUl witnesses for Jesus. ? Ote ...on �� ,Isltors from the M'Iddle pa�ty . t this make gatl!!; brides mother to t....ent}-the friends 'theIts...Is.ell? Honest the first of the year that the "de- -= ===�==::;:=======4 tho? West rt'llon On Slinday of the con- at and relathes The rooms ....:ere decor- But thenscandal girls or boy.s-which had th most ab ... dldn t have time to thInk lentlOn!lt lIS estimated. that fifteen nces during ated M pink .streamers ....hlle paper aboul II atI the the year shou�d give th� rnI' IllI 1 felt It my thousand "Pt'Ople crowded the stadium , U onI y e ....·eddln'il,klls shaded the lights. throl\'- � duty to ftnd that . coat. . Cal'r1 orms ' FIorls. tH the Unh'el"S ty of Washington :�a: �::: ;h��y:�:��;�I��� lng a soft pink glow on thl' tables. where SO sat down to think. and Ihen of hl'ar the st'n·lce.s� and pr�ams otrere�d. ��: ' newen,. FoUed Plailb T conslsthe the program e\'enlng tor lall pink taPer candlts burned. -came to tht conclusIon that �e- It expected Tacoma t.h�t Ihe Amphitheater ed of st'\'eral Impromptu �peeches an.d tlitl c., AV� Pacific bodr mu� t hn\'e g�tten that coat\- here .... ·111� taxed to capacity on Sun-. num�rs. John Wiese welcom- ! ARCHITECT GIVES either by :nlst,ake 9r by joke. .. dA�·. June . At. the morning service musical . ;;;; ;;;; � ;; ;; ;; ;;; boys. To ed the girls \Il behalf ot the PROMISING dldn·t like to sno.:op the Right ReW!rendIs Dther. J. A. Aasgaard Sydow responded for the Agmcy TIle General rtreprooflng olerlooklng the creekREPORT the alh- ' No"" aA,gle general presl· ihls Otrtrude strange hOUR to tlud the preachtheHI' Nor Mr EdwardlS played some selec- Co Fllln, AI:.L8'l'EEL Equipment J�"(' field and the golf links belol\ . around �r 9iegian Lulheran girls coat bl-ll me-I dldnt mlnd-so .... dent pany lions on the \llano Stanley Berentson J . F. Visell Mr Altfllllsch urges that definite looked of America the plllo\\"! but ....e dldn t Church Warner Quale won the admiration Phone Mam 28'70 9011 11 lf1e Ave plans be adopted as to the klnd.and I find It'under Go\ernor Theodore Chrlstiaown will ofandmoany And I\e dtclded that a addrl' n Wash1n Tacoma their with present those of number of bulldlng!'i to be erected as ml ..,'\S the afternoon gathering when dialect gs Min Anba hun er vek wdl as the �t)"Je of archLlecture to be Slake had been madeawaited trl- a grand of twa thousand voices and " JuJIa... The m I tette also 1 ----Whllf' Aggie tearfully my wlll -glvl' chorus used. This being done, l'ach part can umphAnt a concert program under the , of Doctor F. MellUll Chris- sang some ot' thI'Ir Ia t�� nOC� bets'. A : 1 galloped �Io....-. and tlldershlp then be scheduled and bu!lt according '1 ��a;:'";:!return th:. 'a�' ILke the StAtue 'ltlansrn. l o te t � to the ProBram. · the ramed dlrectgr of the St. �:a:Skf��e:�e�ts� l s�:: :n�rtal�;ent for��e �fr. Altflllish Is a practical man and . Luthtran Choir. Olaf . .KING CO. bo well ys as rralln's the difficulties In carrying out 'WhAt kind of a coat did Dot Eber- In the evening the Concordia Collt,e ' as the girls. In thts con. BUCKLEYDirecton_ test· en girls art1Clpated w - rFun�rol such a program as he has ouUlned. but 1'0]. �ar when she left?" Choir of Moorhead will appear In a ; � :� �� ar n n l � A on I ht . plied. so eone r he belLtl'es tt l.s possible under thl' " � ·· � E eoncert progTam. This chOir. unde.r the g;:�d e;r�� �:. :�es. muslca� leadershtp of Dr. Tlnge:!stad.. "I!·.hom he ··Oh.)· said kind of flat like. My leadership of Professor Herman W. h I' h mitt I g Buckley·King Funeral d the 8chot regards as a man of unllm.lted courage. ' tht<Gr"y now gone. And then ··caust' M.onson. has ....on . a large place for .It- ��::. �u;n\..sh� =:�:ent Church for th� abundant enthus1aim. and. unuso1il e.\"eryonl' thought I ...'as . nosey. askln' st'I[ tn the heart of the people or the of the evening.' Retreshments con­ 1"9.coma Ave. at 80. F'lnt o\ltlml�. based upon practical judg- Ihat. I explained: Northwest. At this p-r.ogn.m a brief resl slst.ed�Of toas:ted sandwlchu. Ice.cream n eh s M, m l r \' l k t le oa ����; :a���t :�� f;"�rh��� r:����� I I�� '�:� :d � t�� �s ��:�, �1�� ;�� � : .��:=o;'�t.�I:; ��II:;e.n;�;ld:;;t�� cake. and coffee. . "no..... only a \"1�lon Into a beautiful rt'� i thot. txo-.. and then departed up the Choral Union. Dr. Ola.soe has jUlSt meb I. allty returned from a year's study or �u" Long-looked.for Spring. ISIll.lrs. social and religious conditions Elusive old thing, Wtll. wtre tht center of Inlerest. Incatlonal. the North of Europe. ....uerade & nt.-Vical Cosbe sure. thcn. My! may but ilkI' Is here to stay taines, TlU;.c''; ::'� Ore. Suits on f c d8 that! USlne.. t ' had 1I'I�h� ��::�� l�:o �t;:t :;e��:rs� Thl' .straw hatII.'shows, . others 1 ,,r\nyway. when � tne Neal E. · Thorsen Church. Addresses. c nferenct . music. . and Serve Efficiently � ��� ToupeH, � h lr o · . g tW lnd blo s. h t Y � C bU r �� t : i ::r���n� �t sl�;; W:n t �gg�::. illi :1��. ��:'lSl'���e ;���en��;n �:n:�� � � PI or : y� here, tor That'lI whr we are � �� t,-�---.,.---� I And nOli' for the conclusion: Ten and we want I your convenience the theme: " The Changeless My marks aremI�w. to f f I mlnute.s later: standing forlornly by the around Christ for a Changing World. " . r:�lI:;>t'lI �� �:ry and a� �; I r;-------...;�( : roadside wru; Dot. and her stdek.1ck. The oCfleers of the c-on\,entlons In-. What 1 dOll't lqlow We develop print . . ,manner. ., your kodak films. I ��:. �:;'Rl:a���ai: :�e��' ��n�::r: ��I�:g�r�.::tl:tI;re�I��:�:fo:h:t���� Is too much toIV.SIll'. Co. I J 0 h u s o n�C o X Iinlo the coat! ! Parkland People's Luther [.,eallue. 11111 prelllde at �mSI::sg t7r�O! ��:! a new song ' Mercantile , 1 An' that·s the end of this story-that the sessions: vice pre�ldent. the Re\. . . . CompAny . ' , ' h ! rt t. a w ln , : t ' f e h �h:l�� �7� -, --o-_ ' " ' _"__ '_ 0_ o ad not ���l ��n::;: � \e�er� c�:t:���e :� __ � l: ;:k: :l ;: : better II"tar anything 'parltable' to questions ru;ked at thlt convention; sec· lrcnc'� hou_and no.... ·It would ap- retary. t,he Rev. J. C. K. Preus. of Al• Frank J Le� pear' that Dorothy l.s to'� watehed-I bert Lea:' treasurer, Mr. A. J. SLtaargUt"S she's nearsighted. Just like me! shclm of MlnneaJ;'OlIs; and the execu· Oallfomia l''df� , th'e secretll.ry. the Re\·. N. M. Ylvlsaker. T&c:om.a W..· b. ! Crllllt a dlw8St' tha.t needs arrest who l.s In genera.] charge or convenI cure lVt lptdal;u ;n�l tion arrangements. The Executive SecI . rl'tary of the Choral Union Is the Rev. School 'Printing f ! 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"n'nt su:p . fvr�·ard ill IIrl:'s F o r P. L C. (.,amIHls . t . - . -. ' , . �f'xl Yt'a r·!'! S�a ff · I t I TU���l��.e l �:r�I����' lt�lxe;I���'�I::I �::el;:� ,I:l:�:�,,::: ::- �:' :]�; ;�n�::�:; r : J F(.r 'I(�()rin� �Ia�t Sll \�ey .�ccepled d ng I Lu71��;��' ��I;cl:.I�� �rL�!n�::rl)�":�:�:�� i . t : �II�' .�eretllOnles Ihl! out�l(le Illi,in sermon . e t he t l reat Ser a l Bacc . . . I � Parll�' ( :hn�t'l� !lhLrlt. , l!l1 c - I At Inc' ;lIstrict m«tln g or the Nor u I lIl th'" length of the c!,mpus on the east �Ices I -' blll!d�n!;. ""'\llch GC,rhilrd Llll1e. l:an' j �Ide held In Trinity Luthetnn Church IWE'g lan Luthernn , Church of America, The Moor.in� M�st �laff 'rvr'\)(, l year the 1\)' ornUon. whllc Verna (i;1Il0 l ' . in front Of Ihe main Qulldlllg' ! I'!--'It Sullday t'VI:'!llr:rg. . . In · Portlnnd. May 23:26. the . dcleglLtes llll� bt'Cll cho.�en }ill parI. J.�hn x(;vple· planted . Ihe ivy. 111 .hl� �ral�on �lr'. l SUlllcient room hn... been left betwe-en 'j As Mr. Edwards begall to plor the IIPlIrol'ed 'the j)lan. of .the pnelfl� Luth. rial. \\"hv hns been aSSOClUte ('(Btor' dur· L:llle IIrnon!: other Ih1!l1!.� . til(" hedl;e��nd the stre:t for parking procl'S1l..lonaJ. the forly.two IIraduntes cran College De\'clopmenl AsSociation Itl� t!lI' Im,;l . Y('i1T. will be editor·111- 'We "Ialll this h·y:. not sImply to ("011 - space loyautomQbiles. a projCj:;1 to be enU'rcd the church 'and tOo� tnelr lind utge9-- that member of the clnef, The news ('(hlor. wHi br: In'llc fO!lll to th.. tradltJvn cslablbht'(] by 1 worked out later, perhal) ' b)' future !places III front. while the audienCf:' re- church body join every the organI7.atlon. TIle S Dahl. :md Mal1(areL .Holm':e!Il:, alld the c1a,:--;.('s ·";I eI. h have gonc bdor�' u�. g r�dllat!ng c,asses. , mn'ned standing. The. members vf p}e delegates aiso endorsed plnn!! for ' l' l John JOIl.nson wlU be .copy -editors. Thc. but "'lth th\ Idea that the iI'Y "hill! As Ihe first to respo,nd to Mr, AJt_ l faculty were sealed with th� gradUAtes.' biOlogy Inl!?11l10ry lind a r.eslde�ce tir Tei>OTlers, and assistants will 1101 Iw ' ymbollz.. C1ur 10\"l�. esteem, an.d r"slx'Ct I . sefore the 'scrmon Anna Mikkelson' the president as outlined by Mr, Alt· . ["h��en 1111111 next cail; for this OUT school. our belo\'cd p, L. C'' ' 'rt'ISCh'� program ,"or. de\'elOllment of sang a �Io. and the male- octette gfll'e fIlHsch In his' campus sun·ET. . of Chl.s Ca . �(,Tdin(' Knutscn. ;"110 wll! succeed ,o\ft r the ceremonies the clas.� the Col!ege ll1lluS',, the .'I 1929 one number. . The In,vltatlon of DoCtor Aasgal\T C. to solicit be· Ehot Micht'!l'('n as bu�iness ImLllaj:'er, marched In a body Into the Cvlle!;e ha� fl'Cl'ln:d congratulations from the RC\', LQno had chosen as his text lIre�ldent of N, �;chitccl on tl{elr selec�lvn' of Ii cln..s. the stor�' of the. rich young ruler. reo I'elopmen t A.sSOClAtlon · members and ha I·" as hf'r aSlil.Stallt Miriam He,i�l- rLudltvriurn. ":h�re tJil' rt".;u!ar �!ahl. . Helen Qualset WIll be nd\·Crll · I:n\rn was I;ll'en. corded In· the nineteenth ciin lter of funds In thl! Middle-West wa.s,accePt�, l s . a ' ·glft. The hed!;e i in perf«t ccord 1Il� mHnrLJ;er. taking ..rhaTd In the addtt,ss of welcomc' Matthew, " This �'oun nU\n:' said the With this in mind the A.'ISOClatlon . Erling fllld ....·Ith Mr. A .t i11iSCt 'S Ians for Im- sp caker, " whv came,to J('liUS and plnns to send'ten perSons, II po:s.\lble. to . piac... Apws KlIplX'a"an(t PCI:!;Y Har. Jacobson said:, I I "e�' �'IlJ contiflue' ' to hnve charge .Of· "'To us who are graduating this cwnt Ilfon'men�'d IS the flrst, ol his id';.as lIS,ked, 'what things shall I do that r ,th; mlddle�we.lltern states during June . tl1 be realized. the O:;lrculaUon department, 'ContlnU�d on. Page '" ,COntinued . vn Page � , . J 'Continued OQ .Pagc 4, ) . But. that It Is IlOl only the gift tliat . l�nOTS FOR LAST FIVE YE,4RS STEF.R ' ooon" bot "" th' ,,,','; with wh" h It JVHERES . AtVD. JVHAl'S Of' GRJlDU,4 TE:,s. '. . · by ' ,llOORltVC MA St SUCCESSf:UU,Y· TlfR t ' WM ,"'eo h" "',n ,how" "h r;lKfi" THEM FROM , AUlA. MATER . . ' I lh� students of tiel college, The .grad· I .' . , . ' Thi� 'issue of the Mooring Mllst. tfie Puget �und this_ mo ' Rena. Strandber!;." and .Warren Bow·. I uRtimr. boys �'er� greatl�' admired for "Wha � are you goln.g :0 do no""?" � I man i ion�S � also Imend to �aeh .next fall . . �1 'and Cor the spirit with �h�:e��:� o���, '%��IsI���e g:ea!��� �:�:;:o�: '7h����ll��t�:l: :;��:' :�;�' II M�r��a��:�lr:':� WhO r��:���� t�·� l thelr· sacrifices !Old ThosterlSfn plans on 9o'orklng yt';lr of Ihe Mooring MRS}:s life. edltor.s poslllon , rr�m the job of fea: i WhlCh they went to' .work on Jl.lemvrial ""h� was �nt out b}' the MOO�ing M'ast a ATI ye.ar , In Alaska. ..Pr�nk!!n Lacy il '\Va�' b.'I.ck in 19'24, when a few enter... tures "'riter. M�rthn. was anothl'!" edl.' OilY.' The real 10\'e f�! their AI�a to "fI.nl1, out:· 'returned with the . fol. remnln at hl$ home. ne-a.r �yaltu�' ,PrisJns' eollese sophomor..s began to tor ".hO Could fill vacant gaileys with I Mat-r and their de.sire to see he� pro. I' lowing information,: ' lllaiit:,. .plal:S for Startltl!; a .real school Sllicy articles. .Bot1:1 Henry Klel, man· l gress In beauty was Ilppare.Jl,l. whe� they First, ttre' new teacher� IngebOrg Wash .. to take charge of his fatheE's -"�I)('r. It tho'ughi b�' not a few that aglrtg �ltor ,' that year: and Martha the�' sacrificed a .g� time Oll.ll vaea· 1 Bolstad �'1lI teac� at the Tann'er School, ranch. 01>81 Ha��e)' h,as �o special the Mooring Mast wduJd su(fer ile fate I ha \'e attended the Unlverslty'of Wash. I m�ar Kent, Wash. Ladelle Winney has plBll!'! for the summer, . ' da \' for good old P.· L. C. of Its weaker ,!redecessors llndt die a' Im;ton durl.ryg th.. p t tv.'o )'ears and .tlon The GrOu,nd 'has been prepa�ed bl lt a IJOSltion In' the East S�n9o'ood school. Peter Flott ",�'II< take up �relgn h r r I l t t a u c e ' abl p not be ante 'I . �:�'����:I::, t�: �,���nt:C�a:: ���;:�� W ,��:,�� :d;:�, :,�o ':;� remar�able ���t:��l: :�::r�b Y ! � ;r:�� a��:I�' \\��Ias:�� :'h�� �:�� =:���g�:II�;�� ��'�n�'�:;:�" w:]� Idt:.a with enthusiasm, and '-'the college 1!l lha� he, managed to wear ,a perpet· . ' ''Olfts , that grow are bes t. j O'rass will ' teach ·muslc In .the same en'teT school at S�rlngfleld::Ma.ss . to (' sophomores, usual:' no quote · a 1 ual ·smlle In "]lIte or being lin editor, . Plant Life does the. res Rudolph Sanderson. will e speclallu In coaching. oerhal;d. Lane . t:' . , . ' place. phr� orten �n In that fln;t edltion( swung the �1ast sllfel)' Inlo its third ' , ' . . princjp�1 of the thre-e·roonl school bat, p!ans, on . entering, t:uther College, at . 'Will steered the �,1oorlng Mast safel), year: but at the end of the first quar- 0 Chambers near Olympia. Mar· Decorah,L .lowa, RaymonD Hoff ' C h o.sen . vln HowlckPrairie, through Its first )'ear ' For ... ter withdrew frOth school ·to \\:o�k with fflcer.s 90'111 teach ' at the p011lns ta"ntlnue 'SChOO] at wa.s111ngton .State Palma Hel,mdahl the C1n;t edltor.ln. l his father In the Wa.shlngton Hard· Next ' Year'!; Co u ncil Sch��. Jl.iae WOhlmacher will be at, College. Pullman, Wash. ' . r I l lng c n, n I e T W t ���;;Im��: :��� n� �:::t ������ ��t��:�n :�O�ame famous for The studenti�cUJc Lutheran ��: :::�to: ::�ac��'7t� ;�� :�:� or� ::; ��::el:�r a:; ;:: w�:· as ....ell a.s sbe "leered the Mast ' She her editorials "and l abl1lt� to \\rlte Collegc held their annuaJ.'electlon (or at MIII ood Wash a!ld Helen Westb} "11:111 probably all attend tty l1nl�erslt1' a ln o f e a I m t e lg e r g c a l �!I�:t �::g:S:tI!�r��n�:� � ��:;s ��::. an:a;�ooe :� ��r � I�:��� ��a; �c;�l� ;;:: ;: ee · ;��ll� �:n�: h� : =:::t ':ae.::- '"J���=n w�:��: ti;man LJI. r;membered for hB"humorous EU'Uc.lea.4.clates Marguerite Folco and Norrie The follo\\lng officers were elected ler Wash 90hlle Verna Gano will Ian Anderson Margll;ret Fadness Nel· teacb at the Vall school near Rainier I rii-a Gullesop Ida Hlnderlle and Dor. . ....hleh ... thollgh they \\ere often lruplred nglo Ruth Is now t�achlng Mar· PreSident-Warner Qua.le Juerlte better·ItnOwn as Pat Is em· Vice President-Irene Dahl at the last minute to fill a space left g M,rle Oantlln m be at the .unCOln othy Lehmann ·lntend to return to P blank b} some re porter ' with spring ployed at the Olympic Ice Cream 'Com! 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Hona. and �n and was so aUppei'y that au .. per.· ,.u this meetm, the follow1na ofrtcen Mr.·and �n. .Ludwta Lanon....ere .. hOSlS. ) w�. under "Act �f Man:h S, 1�. __----�_:_--';...,-�..,. � '-.... . -� . lIOn had do · wu \00 give hlmaelf ' a were eJected lor nest )'t'al': preeldent, fttt.y·two iue��. . . • Warner . prea1dent. .ce I -v · Ollon: 01 the hili and he Arthur ,taft frOm the . • � ' -� ��r • An<lerl?n, 01 Hellnlns, �py Edltor would 'land down:at the doeL. But that Q�e:, �, 8e.na Johnlml: and -_ :-' • .� . : ��u �tor ,h . • ��� 11&1 I!e 1VOUld land : t�r, SIgu� BJelde, � � , .• . fain. J, O. r:!..:.u:,.. �::�b��t ' MarvIn Ho'llVla HoWtoever, the choll' hu nolhlna but . . !lpend'a month or more or) Ute COut, . love for Puget IsLand..' a.s It wU:� Orpnlra lor loven that is especlall, a1gnlflcanL This � ooetor "nn(etatad and Elna Trulson, Sena JohnSttn, ChrlsUne Johnson . ' most rbeumattc ElvH' and ,.Peatu:e : J . . ' . ' - � ��d�� they found on tht· :whole trip, Can you �ci the exerellH to- ,t.ro;m ait.ended the Paclflc LutheRl1 S held in Port�d. �. Chapel Talb , concl\alon d�ct m�t _ _ IDp Gopleiud tmastne It, Pa, the boyt out theri wee morro" evenlnc _ _ ;' the • • � ' gon, MaJ', 2S.�, __ .: ' : dr ,lrls lor �ul.ori\�� rldt'll � �lr ot' our y� a� Paclflc�Luthert.n Col: __ __ __ _- , __ Facult)' News the, flnes� - ' . � ." . Ida HlnderUe, Harold J�o and 'IJI� �1 I �er their umbl'el- leg�, yean; . tUled , and VlsIton at' the �Uea:e d;lng th . BUSINESS DEPARTMENT ll " I... when It ralns, I . two turUe-dovH nchest opportunltJt'lI or our Uvea . • ', ' �. '. end: WaY 3l _June 2, we're sevet MJclr.eJ.JOl'I . • �el1lOn. P hope our lltUe while !.he; atms atol;nd In !.he river, : , tormer lItudent.l: Mr. and Mra. 8ers:et . , CIRCULATION ' ain't, no stop and aO slanals, or aram may renec:t to �ll deere: . Sydo.,.. Nelson, Ami �! . �n, a ESther � Ofen; J>alma ring A,nes Klippen atmOlphere. , PtnY Harvey ; parking ata:ris. W'. noUtIl., an ,1"11 bet college E Jo ; OI dys Kn e en1 �DV£RTISING they have a good t1me. nc' e:o �p l:Iyn Bneve: lAurenee' Hauge, Ch.ristlne . to YOU. thls_ " ,' " . . . g ln o 5ltuau humorous e 0ewIe · t.arie The boys In the choir- didn't have no � �rlous sides Knutzen, and" Elmer Knutzen, Einar . TYl'ING umbrella.s with them. how,lOever, and well ... the Ideal an rnoN! and cUrford Knutzen accompailled . EJthey rot .. regular shO",'u . b.'th on �e � evening, mer .Knu�n. e FAC IItRS welcom . wat lrom West Port to P t I nd .�� U8'! al& , ·0.. J, STUEN ' , we fell that we are Indebted to all of J N. J. HOka , ' ' '-:--" _ It w... a good t.hlng It haPpen�1 too, as you _ _ _ _ . ..,.. Ml5II Huel, HUJ;1'Io, 01 Everett, and ...:. -'the wonderful opportunities "7 being It was SAturday night �e)" might " , • 'Nbs Ruth Jacobl.on, 01 vbl: which have been ours," • have mIsSed their bath.s ,otherw�'. ' \ , . w... Iven b John ted Erling and\Bers:er J&C9b&on. l ast C ry TIll' s("hm),1 year i� nvcr- ellded, For :;nmc of liS tha� merely , I wish you could ha,ve heard , �nSunday Ar. ttruon.I�:� e Bo"m�n, In:% �' llIeuns u val:utmll UI)1I1 next fnll. when we sitII return, Hut fur cert.s on our, trip to Oregon Ma, bUl fa Jo __ •.� II . es ... . , ntlwrs it 1,IIcans the end uf sc hnol {hl�'s ut p, C. ' f1�rce COllere neson, Marte Oard 0 and HeIen .. " "'"Quid have enJoyed PdJ1.land. Mlss Marie Johwo"n. �Vhcn, les suns hu\'(' lH'<'n liard, we hove all wishcd 'S(:houl yells ",·Ii gave In !.he- bus mOlt. I think. by" , . durtp.g ComIngeborg Bolstad. :::.S�d � vlsJted her brother, wOlild end, tlmt ' exuminalions were o\=er, hut· now that tI�� timo I It myself. as It's all the aame mencement w�k. Fadness, ,has come, a fcclin/.t uf sudn('ss ('rt'Cps n\'er us, and most o\'cr thuS(' me wether I holler or ling. al!.ho I M� , f� "'ho lia"e spent their last YClir 11\ P. I.. r.,-- the "radunles of :29 don't mean. tnt� that othen can't. Arnold Bo Mw ' rs U red In � lstad, a nu e at the Oudren who will not confe back. tell the dlfrerence. ... I don't mean senUng the cla.ss !, p ,Y. . Ung of �Gi Graduates, don't fnr/.tet �'iJur sehoul. She has glycn you �lJl lle- �hlt.t, but what I cz;ave, is sell-rompresAn oct.ttt.t' _ , n Mayo Cllnlc In l Rochei8t.t;. ba Mlnneso�, � � vlsIted her ister, Inge rs:, during l. rhard lAne. a " Lacy, Olaf ,Ord thill� you will priz£' !leYOIH,o lnepsllre in days tn ('pmc. c�'�n If you sI�n, . Rob- Commencement' w�k. ' dUll'! do it nuw. Though yuu ' lllly he away' frum fUlllIhar face,S . It Is dlfllcult ' to mysell wlth- ert Knutzen. ,Ne}m& Oulleson, Ida Htn- __ , and places. thou/.th you lllilY I{ C. out any capital, howSoever, and the derUe,' PhYllis Orande. and Ladelle. e abscnt from her halls. P. needs \'UU, She nceds \, our1ft;PPclrt. ,"our 10\'llity, \'Olir love. Comc only way I can th!nlr. of, to mat- Winney lurnlshed several mualcal num: Mr. and Mn, J , o. Edward:' and Mr. ' hUl'k amh{"il often; dlrr,'t Jorget the rclinioilS; lUl<1 don't forgl' t tu ten along, Is. .for you send me some bers. Other musical numbers were a ,and Mra. J. U, Xavier entertalned the, write, D,rop a Itne to the :\loorin/.t ;\Inst, und Icll us wlul:t you are money' In the 'lnstant luture, eneu; a auo- faculty !1letnben and vlouhSOlo;by. �arH.. �v' and Mra· M. . , 8e.rvIces be mterested so by I4lllan Andel1lOl1. an ac· �no, after !.he ·doin�. \Vr are interestcd in w itt , and we want 'nm to ' . -, ...: J , Sunday evemna, !alit in us. ' and : Orass Lelah by solo cordlon a IU:RODA. . , C . To those whom w�. shull llliss on re/.tistrat ion ,d�y n�xt ful,l, you . feel a vocaI duet bY Elna Trulson an� �llbertl�======t P. S. Stanley says . we ('xtend our best Wishes fo� st!c('cs., and haPJ)tncss III their ""ar mlsh chili running . up and down N)'IJW1. j Brita'.PrlII,t.iq t'�osen \\ork. To those who WIll r�turn we !ill)'. A happy \'acu.., your back. It.:s a SUrf: sign of being In The C� WtIl. wh,Jch also, fuml.&hed . :II s:cc you 'next those lion. "e Scptcmhcr, And to our teacher rr-t �eal of mer· Keystone �rinUng Co.. Inc. mixlnc the audience s--: lov�, Is that rliht Pa. or . who ha"e gl\'cn liS their hc�t, who have shown end!ess patience. things up agaln? ' , mertiment._ �esented ' by Inne MalII SU1 1ft Pa.cUk: AYe who huve been our advisers and comradcs-we wish you a pleasMore. DorothY Lehmann, Oertrude ByTACOMA ant summer, Au re\'�i ___ • l r LlFE'S LI'M'L£ TRAGED ES Y , ' l ci::a a�-::: he:: I� ;�:t� :� only, 01 aehool. was present«! by Martha Cllne. l . ThIa Is wrltt.en obaccOI, CJran and This �s the lust isslle of the Mast for the year 1928-2R :O;('xt course the men may react It, If they so nte fare.ell addreas w... liven ,by' CanU fnll u new starr will take hold or the paper and try to givc the desire. but I am sure that It. wW not John WI�; who ,poke, In' part, u Papers ' fol� el, school a beller paper ·than ever before, But the hopes a,n d nm- lnt.enst them, at le&st not In the degree lows: Tbor8H L Pedersen. hition' or the new ;tarf cun 1I0t be rt"alized unless you 10)'8I1y SU»- that It would. Interest the women. Por ''To our many fnends we leave an D_ 10'1' PacU1c AftDue port this work. Support your paper by your own subscri )tion, by "l}aCman, ho"ever 5)'l1Ipathetic l or 1m- surance that our mutual Ut'lI shall re'hooma. - �rying to inten;st others, and by sending in news of }:01:l' own dl?- aglnatlve, can sudden main �nbrolr.en. We have spectal lUIJn$s �nd those of others. The st�ff tl�at has now fllllshed their wave Of em'otlon a on for expreuinctnUtude to, the mem- I l tbat- 5Urs:t'II w�rk deser\'� a gr�at deol of p�alse an� encouragement for tI�e younc glrl's��1.na when '. ahe dIacovera bera ot the faculty-those who have I · ( fmll,lful and unselfish work-they ha\'e' gl\'en thcl[' pOIK'r and Ih�lr a In sllk stocklngsr lald 'the for our character SI.or:e" "Studen'" of , school this 'year. • Inslduous ,th1ng about these run- . , . , It Ii to this InstltuUon and to the O. J. ,STUEN. 'nus 15 that they may apPear at any personnel a& a whole tha� this farewell . .t1me, the :.eater and Is planned Clul 01 '2IiI leaves cause dreaded feelIng "hlch Is no, great accomplialunenta, leaves .Porter-CumJllings I J)ROOKDr\LE GRO�RY CO. akin to panic. Cpmpany Orooer1ea. Plour, Hay, Omin, � 8boei. �ubber Pootwev, Drup, �1ftZ"t', Plumbiar SuPPl1el. PalDu. Rooftnr ':Home of the 2-ponts 8uit" �lle:: e:!; :v�:n= at P. L. C.I I was industriously wor1l:1ng &incerel.y beg pardon. UndUJraduate MADlSON lCMJ4 llADl80N 183RS In the library, placing boob back.upon coll what of llIe ege 'llIe 15' the shelves, When suddenly I .." a run_ m�re than the and baa 934 Po.cifie Avenue my stocking, Dismay and alarm shown. ' From' on ,tbe problema are 'hllna'ied with consternation IUled my oun more than ever We have I heart, What should I do? UnUI my the fondest and ,t.ron(est ho* of real- I library period. was over, !.here was but !.tina' 'and aSk. a well

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vcralty qf CaUfornia Mr . Hong It:ach In, the s.umme�I.· ' Wh t r Mr, HalJge will teach mer =001. or east In the the, Iv�lopment �Iatlon LONO yet been d�lded. Miss Stbtrud's AT BACCALA,UREATE a";! not deflnUe yet, either. S�e I !liay ha\'e eternal me?' symbollr,es the either teach at the suml!Ler school or, go graduate of a Christian Institution, and to the University of Washington. ; Chrsi t's attitude toward the young nianMr!;, !aylor will be at her hom� I n Is the,same as his attitude toward YOli i WMh. . .Tlnge\stad wUl be bu�y throug�., tonight:." Th m"a'l h�d fIlany chllracter· the summer w.!th Dcvl'lopm,;,nl and \sUC'!eofyoung the grllduate. He was riCh, a ' plRI15 for next year. ana a\leader: he W8$ young, and .l>tl� C�ra Myhre, our ge'l\al secre· to make something of the life til':)'. left school Friday. May 31" for \a)( before him: he was moral, hOIllt' �� �����'. ::OC� ��e;I: '�e I knew something wa.s lack· yet no r ay Ing. In he Ukt' mllnner the graduate II I where she will Join some eight �Ieh In education and opportunity: his ' �hh::(;�I: �����:�:'I:�fO�'E �";�:� , .E o "' , the wisdom ofh living a morJl,i Ufe: Like ,"' Ituary notiCes. and after. a 5tren- Unent.-England, France. NO�'RY· . Rnd U�U5 ' ean work. Is glad rl'tlre be· the ruler he. too, asks. �hat lack I ' � �'I teach In Sremerton fore a yonI' Is fO� i.o write a similar 1 1 20-22 P.lc,ilc.. A\c: . yet?" n�e concerning herself Ttle as· Jes\IJI' al15l1ller to the (ruler, ;'00. sell � l sOclate E'dltor of th..ls �ear JOhn Oop· which thou past, and give to that 1erud "Ill be next years chief The GRADUATES T· O poor:-and cO,me, follow me:' also DAHL GROCERY CO t a : edit a better A ua w General Myn:bandke ' Those r���� ���r ��� e�e; :u� �t ����m�I!;�?M S :O�'d ":I�. et!�r,��. :if_�:If�ce. C9IIege·grad\lates Inez Arneson, Inge- vice Phone Mad 3818R6 Parkland I ng that a\tng done their . and consecration. There' are Bolstad. Martha CUne, Irene n Dis· two way. to spend a lUe·serv!ng selt.QWib iUld .,§enic-e �= ;��:���I�h:::;�er e ( y h ' V m� i:1��' !:� 6:���' =:�: ���!�n��l�����n�es�t��r�J.ln:�t �: pardon for the Informal eudlng of r;:: Mc:: ... :::c:: � ..-:: ' &-=�arv�y E�el Johnson, Eliot life he tried to 38.\'1' he l06t: tor the ThN " -;trica:, "' c'.--+ rambling article, the editor and start. .... , Irene , More. B;ertha �, Bi celebration of the fifth anniversary ble says, "he went away sorrowful"." tillites. Tuedo Uld Dre$S SulLs ' E1na Trulson, Helen In the ,l>\le Mooring Mast..say; "Here's to For Rent seHlsh life th'ere ia no satlA· Winney. and Neal E: Thorsen readers-studenLs. teachers and friends , Hair Gooda, Hair Dya, To.pees.. Warren Bowman, ,.."" I :==..:::::.....::...:=:..:�:..:=: I-and our ad\'ertlsef$. may the loyalty Wlrs: � ott. F and SUppOrt you ha\'e shown continue l Walter French; Evans m� B.n.d"':r , MaIn 3111 son, Raymond Hoff, Marvin Howlck, always." Erling Jacobson. Lyell Kreidler. Frank­ lin Lacy, Oerhard Lane, 'Olaf Ordai. Rudolph Sanderson. and�John Wiese. WE SPECIALIZE IN SCHOOL 'PRINTING High School: LUUan Anderso'n, Mar· gar('t Fadness. Nelma Oulleson, Ida HJnderUe. Dorothy l..ehmann.,and Oe�. .rJ/,;" ""/s, r;}30.0L rude Sydow. 'John Johnson, Wilbert Nfl!lan, Arnold Th��n, and Robert 11(/. 9aper... Knutzen. .•.

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