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Development Promoters Enjoy ty New Presiden(�/ Meeting .of Mission , Figures Reveal Welc<uni.:g,.,... Give n b, O. R. Girls �oe iety WeilneSllay , .Large Increase Rally in Cha pel Sunday Evepiitg,,. Residence to Be . , -' The first meeting or. the �l1sslon ' party tor the Daug THOS EN SON , HOS EN1 . D'e'dolea ted',oon "S .-. SOCk>ty ,,"'8S held Wednesday I'\'en\ I President. Tingelstad Speaks nw C In Enro 1 1ment tersA welcome T or Reformation ",as given At Ing In the gl'neraJ �eptlon room. S OPH .CLA,S8 PRESIDENT on Accomphshments nnd __

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v 3:30 TUesday, �ptt'm'ber 16. In the The mCt'Ung was cfllied to ord£'r FUtu're Plans or tation Stead girL!!, �pt\on roo�. by the president. Walter Y·ouns. ho Regi"t- raging Shows Association Arnold Thostenson WRS eleeted Increase Since'I�\'eIopmen t PrOj.'ec t Thor n. Rs"smussen, president of. the president -' IIISO led scrlptu� .gave an add�ss.." of . E.ricp'uReorganizing in ot the Collese sophombn" . . A ch�b, \\elcomed the girls Into the or· Complete . \\' e lcome and explalnl'd the work of 1920 AlmosLtwo j'ears to the day after I L Y ear " grOI! th�t . p whl'n year. this lor -class proshort which after �lzatlon: a . g . the organlZRtlon. . It was launched In the chap('J bl\Se. met on September 11. . 0ther orfi�r5 ment I A ne\\' $10.000 presldent's resl- H \\'as df.'Clded to meet \\'It the On the basis ot present l'nrollment gram \llaS given. september 23. 1928. the··t;>e�eldence. .first unit of the, great de- LUlht'r League at Parklana In�our tlgl,1res. there should b e a to lal of' The advisor. Mrs. Ramstad! talked elt'1::!ed were: vlce-preslden!. Ruth opml'nt AssOciation held If,,.s first >"t'lopment program planned tor the lallle gatherings this rear. at w Ich 240 students registered before the .to the girls about the purpose of the Jacobson; secretarY.-COTR Ooplerud: rally of the school year In that same n I o e dl t e le \' I ha\'e'ch rgl' d r : Millard 'Quale; and . ser- �:n7 :Ut::: :::�n�h:e!:e:: :: � � � �1� e���I����7��!e��::e � �� �� ·��:��I:� A::� ��· k:�:: :��;� treasurer. ;����.- a�!�rn�:. ;;::}�! r ;:. :� �� t�;�::r::; �.Y \ U ,. Herman AnderS?n . has reached a total of ,.5600. st'4400I 3:30. The new buildIng represents ' rdS kl'pt during the last 1. 0 y�ar�. pan.led by Nelma Oulleson. SJlng two geant-al-arms solos and\Ethet SUnette.played Ph . E. Hauge � 'II\ act as fl\,culty short .ot the goal ot 10.000. juand the Ihe first real step the del'('lo�� I ' I Thl' ctOM' ot registration day� tw'o adviser tor the class. ment program. which. RS outlined at SCh00 MuSlclans wt'eks saw a total enrollment -of .144 a pJa"{l solo. ' amount of mone,., secured ,Is In the pre5f'nt. should a dorm "lton-' for . ' - nelghborhoOa'(;f $35.000. according udent.� as compAred with 129 a year Irene .Dahl. a pioneer member of . ' gl�ls and a Ilbrary l'ompleted l' IhM ake Long to iUss Irene Dahl. secret.ary 01 the 'T our ;"go.� By yesterday attem�n this the organl;zaUon, talkM to the girls _In a few yea"". to be followed br A.'I5OCla�lon. Tn the. total memberI numb!'r had swelled to 171. an In- about the history and the Ideals of M yh re 'and Larson ' fl lch rion re ent oncer s in d t e h e l ��i�I�:X��:t���:�\e:s�J��ea: : "A s" .i' s - C t ::::� r� th : e�::�l� �n �: s�:� ��: :��:�n��b��e7r:�t:.���� Tr4lphy. Winners ����I:;; ���:� �t�: e:. �e;�;n :� n tates roughout Th South America A nO\'el and lntt're:stlng program l\1l} �.. S mer session are included� the figure refreshments were served. hRS been arranged tor the e\·ent.· . T. h(> ;\liddle west . would totAl about 190. The D. O. R. girls meet once a Hin'e Hi�hest. A\'er a�es fo r Rev. O. Svare. colle\le pastor. Y ear In College. Hi gh Of U. S The Re\'. O. L. HaAvlk. .\·I�-presl-. __ \ Tht' growth or the school'sln� Its month . the next meeting to.l,;i held led In scripture readlng and prayer -,reorganization hRS bee III dt'nt of the Pacific District of the I yo thl' . Arlons. School 1920 n some time during the first week In He 'chose as his text .the "'Oreat a mUSiCAl organ- steady and encouraging. Reglstra- OctOber. , Norwegian LutherAn Chureh of Am- t on co ls ng chiefly Commission" taken trom MAtthew of talent . Harold M�hre of the college de. 1 m U erlca. 110'11\ dell\'er the dedication ad� tlon days In 1920 SRW an enrollment 28 The Trinity Ouild furnished reIhls school. belongs tile dlspartment with an average grade of tre�hments dress and President O. A. 't:Ingel- from whIch· number the proceed� of which tinction ot being the first organlza- ofgrewbutto 16.68 students. by the en (]. of the year. M any 'New B00kS 94.45 In his I.ast yea! c�urse. and went to the Development Association, stad 110'11\ gh'e the �spOnse. The R.e\-'. tlon of Its kind on the PaCific ooast ot the Larson, school Edgar hig . h Crf'O. Hl'nrlkM'n. ot Beanie, has Just one more than the number The �malnder of the evening was charge ol the /lnvocatlon lIo'hile the to make an e)l[tended cence.r t !?ur to . graduating IRSt year. By 1923- thl' Add ed t0 L.'I b rary with an a.verage ot 91.23. are wlnner� given over to Pre�ldent O. A.·T!ng�'!\'. J p, P!!':.:ftwo:r wl!l :;:":.n ene�� the Middl e West. This grou P. lIo' hlch re-:istr.tU(m h,,<j I'lrown to of the Man�ke aWQrds. presented to ellitad, who spoke for an hour and a nd a . CI ;sslcal sacred speclall In the next year Jumped to 162. only . to L'bra . ans W'or k t Get N ' Pacl.tlc Lutheran College by Mr. half to an Interested audlen�e. Hili Ings. The �m!!nder of the pro- music. z:l! Tacoma. June 1, . andi fall gram conslslS of various musical elNlleft n f\\ anch ke. Tacoma jeweler. 1929 to speech was divided Into three main In 1925. The larg(' backl'nt.ton 143 dur- ellrOlm a tot!!.1 of 10.000 miles promote. high Idellls of scholarship, sectlOlll!. all dtallng .wlth the Deve�. Volumes Ready (or . I 1924 was chiefly due to numbt!rs. A ladles Quartet from the tra\' ing thl'ir summer \' acallon. giving a greater Influx . 5 Ci rculation . Every year the names of thO� stu- p hort-course stuof Lutheran Church. consist- con Association. Its aceompi1s lt· : · TIngrinity states along the ten In � -Cl'rt. dent w�o rank highest In each ot o ment and . Mrs. of E. C. Haakenson. Mrs C.lroute. TI !' grou consisted ot Hen dl'nts during that year. Its plans for th� futu;e. lensen ll baritone soloistry Since 1925 therl' ha.s been a ,'err Librarians Xa\'ler and Stuen ha\'e the high school and jun lor college ments. nt section of tlie talk out : Olson. Mrs. A'. W. Ramstad. anel Mr06/ Holm The fl J. Xa,'Il'r \i.'111 sing LoVl' R : regular increase In l'nrolm!'nt fig· been working steadi ly sInce sch�1 departments arc engraved, on th is lined the six major accompllshmenLs �J . o trophy. . In \926 there w�rl' 151 students; opened getting new bookS ready tor Little COltagt'." , of the last two years: the full 'a;.... ��:�;ls �:I:r�: '\:��IS��::: Vi.:���;: ures. lI OI n�ell. 19 �;:��8;n���lc8:�II:��S1;:::�4� =�I��:�n. e\':-:;���n�� ' f��mt�. ��:: .SIO�u��. !:o��il��/�:nnr��;�d:� :�dlf:rtl:71 l�i::�O���f o:h:��:�� nlst; and �frs. Holmthe-JIl'rlp tlo�:y � m��� ��:;�t��o ������� compa assisted In who arranging year. It should mel!,n a totnl Who In �merlca. 1928-�" to Vinje's I .ond' to Harold Myhre , who en- the' development ot ban' k'lng tiedlt of collegl' studl'nl-s. and a 0010 b\', ] Although It Is a pri 'ale organiza-', outf this \ o a rn d with I :\'e;.t Ieas l 240 before the )'ear Is :::::��:;(' �o �;��;;�g��r� .nd��erL!�� :�II :dveI�agthC eotllbe�.�I2 a:sts c�o;�::e�'Ithto �:�tapo�I�� dto:n�n�:��::\ l ;uV:��� :�r:� :II?���:e �'I���: 'dO��� lionmand CIIil no a"'a)' connecte . iO ' . the aQProval ot a development pro· ogy and the benedic�loll. dltlons to the ever-growing library �Yhre's 94.45:.. tl�; � r�: �;�� ;a�: :1.' t�::� JUSIOR , , LEAGUE l\fEE�S, �re: "Cumulath'e Book "Index" by Thj.� Is the second. time Edgar Lar- gram e� tendtng through the next Th!' d('dlcation cx('rciS('s will be :::e. Ume ad\' e rtlslng the Colleg!;' a caphe Junla;r �.ague �e��. �ts regu- Burnham. "International Ye�r SOil has received t�IS honor. having twenty yean. If necessary;, the oUt­ fo)lowed by a "D.<:.,:elopm!'n� Assocla- 'ellll chOir and the orchestra. Four 'T tlon Supper" at lIo'hich solicitor.; In the ml'mber� had prominent parts lar nleetlng. Sunday �fternoon. Bep- Book" by Dodd; Young's "Source had his name engraved on the cup clal " endor&e�ent ot the Ammcan the recent Mld,West lollollo'-up cam- Ihl' chOir conN'rt.� presenlt'd Inst k'mlwr 21. Devotion was led by Oll\'c Book for Social Psychology:' Eel� last year. He .also has the �IS- Lutheran Church. whose reprellt'nta­ J. P. palgn will be honored guests. At I year Topic Il'r.)'·s "Medieval Foundatlons of tlnctlon of being the only stralght-A Live o� the faeulty Is Ule Rev. �rus� the l'x«ption of Cora I 8oe. lifter which the Junior Pflueger. and the board ot this supper. the pl�ns tor the nt'xl, VL�la.and"'hwith Lou Harrl�. Western Civilization:' "A Lltera!1" student In the $Chool las� year. graduated last spring . . WRS. read by Vtrglnla name en- tees, the �. L. Ludwig a.s a�vls­ for....ard steps to I5e taken by the I will againo lake and discussed by MJss Irene Dahl. History of ReligIous Thought In Ladelle Winney had hera represent: choir the In part' ory member: the guarantee otJ thel assocIation are to be de\"l']op('d and ptograms this year. For lhls reason . the adviser. Doris Wold and Audrey France" by Bremond. "The Measure- graved on the trophy RS submitted to thc board of trust-ees Holm-Jensen gaYe a short talk on' Dale pla�'ed a plnno duet. which \\·a.� mcnlS of Man" by Harris \nd- oth- . all\'e of the Junior �ollege depart- malnte"ance of'the present accredlt-year. last ment and ' for appro' al at I� !lleeting tht' fol· ed'status of the school tor the next Count)les Loll! The " Lucas' l'rs. reading a Mildred by by followed ' I � behalf of the· College and Its musltwo years by the N1?rweglan LutherIO"'Lng day. solo, "The Rob- . the Hundred Years' War:' and 36 I ' cal organizations at each of the pro_ Monson urand plano t o· gh a d te f ar us j vo C dn n gr :d : n t:�\�=u� :t�:�::t� :: Pt�:� �=;Uded the following �::I::� :��i�� to��:������: �: :::� !�l �:� :���d since Formal Op el) ing :���: �O e�I�:��� �: ;: ��� · pe�� chemistry M1:borato�. lIbraT1 'Imwhen the upstairs and tht' landscnp- states: Idaho. Montana. wh.lch the league adopted a constl- last June. and are now In the 11- Of College North Held ' 9 provements. the President·� reslIng ' ha\'e been completed the presl- kota. Minnesota. Iowa. Nebraska. I tutlon. ' brary ready to be used. . and anfe)l[panded ca pl.U,. dent's residence wLll repre&<,nt an t'x- I Colorado. Utah. Oregon. and, wasil-I on Septem ber . . dence. In the second section of �hCs adpenditure of SIO.OOO. The bulldln� ington. Another trlp� y ianned tor SENIORS WEEP AS KICKING POST dress President T \ngelatad dealt was designed by Charle� Altrtlllsch. I ne)l[t summer. bu! thJ..s\.,-'l·\ Il! not IS STOLEN BY HUNTED MISCREA.lVT Pre,1dent Tingelstad S,pea�s with the next torward _s�p to be the College archlteet. IIoho hRS al- elude many states. The "Arlons" on School Motto, "Build taken by the Association. namely; ready drawn up plans for the �- are Is left of It on this campus unless also planning a concert tour There ls a dangerous gllrlt ln many For Character"; Good ut o e b d I . a �g n d to O l ut ogram P and one eye these r day� a dent' st . ���r �°. !n�:r::'P: �::���:�� : � � � � t:: S:�� ::e:� � � �=�r��� � ���� :h:Ul� ;et �� �::O::y �:r��� o��a ::: d�� l� return the Ule bulldl".g committee, conslsttn'g et ; 0: ��e: �rlps. Harriet Benner that bodes III for some mJ..ser�blc the spring with next way , teachers of 1926: It replaced 'lIIhat The group of students. . week of whi Che �er ofH. E. Andl'rson. of Tacoma: B. L. left of the old kIcking post. and friendS who aa.sembled In .the Victor A. Elvestrom, t,eld man for take CtJ. ra Vlsta's place" as ac- misc�ant or miscreants, .KIC _�::k�� . o� Pu}:!Lllup;, �d �esldent oompanlst. may b�, TIlE �lNO which had' been �here tor years be- college chapel on Tuesday evening. the Co�lege; lhe. cons.truetlon of the the Tlngeistad, supervised the �nstrucdorn�t�ry' for girla. r&\ unit . ot. a project POST HAS BEEN STOLEN--8AW� tore. This KICKINO POST (tt1e one September 9. enjoyed an Interesting fltoward about StOOO tlon . Prof. Vlcto r.Eh·e strom assist· DELTA RHO GAMMA which ED OFF FOUR INCHES ABOVE "hlch wa.s stolem had remained in program which formally opened Par g m ar n College tor the y ther e A E GIRL T O WELC ;;: �;k�=. :��IIo: � �:�� a���� � S !:.�y���a�am�:� am: :I �:Yt �:I�r ls�::e�!� :�u�I;�; :.: ��f;�_�� � � ' ::dg:�CO:���lo:��n$;=:: e: Mr. Edwards opened the program $40.000 are available;) the erection De1t.a Rho Oamma<glrls held their w�lng sometime between t,,·o 0'- the dlsappearan� of It. Is badly frrst regular meeting of the year clock Tuisday morning (at which How·.long ,It wlll remaln lost no with an. �rgan solo which, was fo!- ofe a lI11rao.ry building, which l h � b to o a o I a m e l y ' n e t o �� ��:� ;� � ��/! ; � � 6 :: : ��: �:�r����� t �':u�:�:r � ;\�� : l:�:e. �l:�:in:":::;� . : ���. �:t b:ll�: th� ;or ���o�; u:::� � d� I;: �t �e ::�: =�:���, P a C. P. S. Te�u Oladlator . football men get clded to ha\' e a welcome party Frl- bulld i r i g repom .that. all wa.s welU students can bring It back,' the school motto. the subjt'1:t: of an .coma qo!llm�lty Campaign, their tirst chance to shOv: what day e\'ening, sept. 23, at 7:30 0'· and S(lme time '!)1e,?ay af�moon. �CKIN � O POST WILL B1': Implrlng add'relloS by Tlngeista d, The )!Ipeaker gave &II his reasom they do 'It'hen they clash with clock tor the new,day IItudent girls. None ot the freshmen seem to know BROUOHT BACK TO PACIFIC Foliollo'lng his addrelloS the new why the!!l' should be th.e nut steps:. the College 01 'Puget Sound Var- Marie . Vandlnburg, president. just when. It happened, and the sen� LUTHERAN COLLEOE. slstant reg\.lItrar. Mrs, Taylor. and the increased enrolment; the In� slty on the latter's gridi ron Fri- ehose the following committees tor Iors so o\'erc;on}e with. grle.f or The lacultY'\attltude �ward the the two new members of the taculty. creased len:'tory' to 'be serVed slne�. . day afternoon. Thll! Is the first the gathering: anger that they have given ' no ser- affair h&ll not yet been ascertained, Mlss Fowler, normal l!upervisor.. and the closing of Spok&ne College; the ��e �at ' tOOIbalP '""_��' '::'::::- General Committee-Dorothy Leh: Ious Consideration to' when It hap- but It ls strongly hinted that dally Rev. pne�er, �rofessor ot reltgton in�ased conat, ltuency with the en­ ' � �""'. oo, h recltatlona have ImP.roved apprecl- and pbllosophy. Rev. Pfleuger re� 'dorsement 01 the American Luth­ '-'..... ..". u. u" jyr'...ann , chaitman; £Uel� Olsen; and Pened. string from the �elg.hborlng coI- lEthel Stinnette.' But they have a thirst for Jus- ably the la!!t two days, On the othe� sponded with lTeetlng� apd pl edge� eran Church; f.lld· ,the incre�' rec� lege. Refreshment Committee-Ida Hln- tice-a thirst. that will not te hand, lunch-rOOm' experu.ea . have of ...·.holehearted �upport"8.Q .d in�rest OfJ!1tlon of the u..sefulneu I?' the inA ccording to the schedule a.s it derlie:ehalrman; Alma Orande; and Quenched until the culprit or �ul- greatly d1mln1&hed, The� two facta In Pacltlc Lutheran College from the IItitutld1i'" to. publlc'ea�tion in the llrst arranged,.a.game shOU!d Mildred Breven. prita ·have beerr. dealt with sever� are. ot creat s1inUlcatll:e to those American Lutheran Church, 01 slate.o f Wa&hlniton and neighboring e I t st na ' � ::r;;:��,;:� ::arm;� ke:::: aJ��t'�I: S6=� :Ie�� �fu�e�� �o :=r:I:: �';:e::�h:I���:e ����Io�� 1Io ���o':in�: :;:� solo by Mias :� third' and �t section 01 the can�lled by the Bell oftidaLi. and NIDa Swanson. their dignltY_IIo' h lch would be quite look sympathetic and concerned, Anna Mikkelson, t� necessary an- llpeech waa riven over to the reaaona . . . hO'lt'e\'er, after which Coach 01- Decoration COmmittee _ Mildred a little bit,. , while th� senlora rp1eve and threaten nouncementa were made. The au- why the Parkland community and e Card. chaJrman; Evelyn Monsen; .The KICKINO POST (lately stol- -because o.ur KICIONO POST HAS dlence'. ia�ther· hy� and t!Je ireater Tacoma should �upport the . booked the game . . wlth� --LOi(€rs. -""\ . Af1ce KInr; OIP-Kerr; and-Pauline en), 'was planted iri Its prese!lt"poal- BEl=N SAWED OFF AND CARRIED meeting ��� with 't.h� Lord' De-velopmenLAaaoc1aUOn._Pres1dent_ . '. . �/ ' (�ntlnu� on: pq:�3, Col. 6) . Prayer ajld the DoxoIOO. · · �n. . . tlon (j,n the prese�t poaltloJl of w�t /l.WA'!. : Runda\" 'Viii See First Unit of I

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TIngel· ot Miss Merrdlth Minter of Tacoma waa secretary to Dean Uhl at the It Is not necesa.ary to entitled them to place on the PR· stad and Mrs. TlngelStad. the fllcul· �\s.s BeRnca Jorgemon.' gradUal� l� fill the places of the me�. same Institution. rt'$ t of the �taff until mid.... cltlc Lutheran COllege honor roll. t)' f(lrmed the te<:t'h'l"g line and of '30. .....as a lII'eek.end visitor at P. \\ho lefl last y.ear. , Mw L: S"'[TUd and Rev. W� H. . but there Is plenty ot work.thllt O! lhls number. eight lI,ere from thc e\'er;'one had the opportunlt}' of L. C. M1s.s Jorgenson Is teaching MIs.s Sophia Fo""ler ls �he suc· Hellman, between now �nd do can Mltor the yellr, last members taculty the s high IChool department. elgM from meeting e\'eryone else. r of MIs.s Stillrud. who ",'a problems Cf:sso and o�her These time. that ac. has Helll1lan not returned. this at Stan. real' Cedarhome. near . "\...... ., . the liberal arts depart�ent. and se\·· .To open the program Presldl'nt I wood. former Nor�al supervisor. During of Hebron Col. are at least 'A"ortli co�slderlng. enteen from the normal department. Tlngelstad past two years Mw Fowler at· I the presidency ga\'1' a ""elcomlng ad· Hugh Tallent. .30. from Wilbur. thlt Neb., while Miss SUx. tended the University oT Wluhlng· Edgar Larson high school' dress Mrs.. 0. Olson sang lhree so. :::: "Pa,'; said little Sankey. "I . be t I . a was \' i sltor at P. L. C la"St ton where she received a Bachelor dcserves special ·credit. He. as he did' pran��os and Mr. Edwards closed I :�.. can do something you can't," ' of Arts degree In Education In 19�. . aU last year. received a straight·A the program ""Ith two plano solos. "Well. what is It?" demanded hI.:! card. pa. The students enJ�'ed several "get da�I�SI:rt:.�hE,�:�I�r=;�Ss��� �eu,r:: ��e �u:;:rO�fhe;��:.ed�:: ' ePII�d the youngster tri· Dorothy Bodley. hlfl:h school: Jnlll acquainted" games and the eveninG' j dents. Miss Ebersole Is teachlnll Fowler .Iormerl), was the Reglst'rar u������/ h: �;;�ng ot refresh· va�hn. . e a a d . .. ' at Ellens Norm �h�1. u : :��� . :::� �:�� . M���7v :� f a h C � a � ��Il �� ;: Molden. Gladys Jorgenson, Miss Betse�· Jane Porter. graduate It Miss Oagny HJermstad and Miss Re\" J �'�eugera�. a g u Ckr�ard . Sena :s. �hlo. Johnson. Chrlstine Johnson. of the 1928 nonnal dcpartment. .....as Margaret Hlimo left Friday. Septem· CapitaI 'un1...erslty. c0lum the Am and Ruth Johnson. Ruth Bro\\·n. and married last Ma)' to Elden Klier. ber 19. tor their f'I'spe-cth'e homes In He has gl'aduated from a � e E the . and spend to relt e \' , Mildred Benen. normal. retelved the Their home is at Port Ludol.... . Wash· f �:��;:' �: �e:I:��!�::in:�. : :t::� I dlstLnct��n of· ha·..lng, no llrade be· Ington. . Th· at and Hygiene medicine led Z A and Prof Beck J achrl. John 1 B e n r on Friday. ��a u::;c �����:; �:':"";�X:u:� ;::===:.::==:'::=; 0�� �omplete honor rQ.l1 fo11o\\'s: Miss DRfj:mar Hag�net.S. '29. Is at son m�to���19,to toAnacortes s�nd the week.· wor� at LeiPZig Unl\'erslty In Ger. september High School: Doroth) Bodle)'. Ne· present attending the University of end. NEAL E. THORSEN dra DUb.lfI:k. Katharine ' Gould. Ray California. many in i915. H� ..en·ed as a pas. Alice Roe had as her gues� her tor Co.tlUDt'r and H r Shop Hlnderlle. Oagn)' HJerm51ad. Edgar in Ne\\' Orleans. and ,dla For· 926'� Bd","),.. Tacoma A graduate of 1930. Gra� Card. Is Sist�r. Ma!'ll'aret Roe. from Seattle. Larson: Jens Rlkshelm. and Gilbert teachi elin Mission ""ork in india 'from 1 Every'Page : ? ng at White. Washington. Sydo\\'. ' 1914.1918. Since then he has �n a ������:�:s.����� father Gusta Mr. Skance. ... of Er· Liberal Arts: Irene Dahl. Inga Frida Tayel. '30. Is no..... �achlng nest Sk.ance. \\'ho b a freshman In at the Queen Anne Luufe",n Goplerud John GopJerud. Eh'etll at Rhodes Lake. Wa.shl�gton:-, ' hlgh·school here. p8.S!led away ot a memory b full of at Seattle. Washington. . meaning and lmbook portance. COl· HOkensta�. Stella Johmon, Harold Loul$a Taylor, a tormer Il!ge studertt,., love to keep It­ Myhre. Arthur Olson. and Margaret A graduate �t 1926. AI�red Ande�. -::�.��yO.":::;:I�ff��=�� at this IMtltution. has �. and how they will treasure "it Porath. . to act as assistant registrar LIEN & SELVIG which lIiere Iliter. �achlng classe�. Mrs. Tay· Normal: E.lIa Williams, Florence son. has entered St. Olaf COllege. fu,nersl services. Lutheran Church. In oriers of NorI " a s principal of the hlg.h IChool Warren. Muriel Vetten. Marie Van· Mn. Archie Noble. fOf}perly Alice the Trinity lp " makes the moat attractive It ember afternoon. 13. Sept d I n t h dlnburg.. ·Fr\da TaYE't. Viola Taw, alld satl.stactory of all 11ft",. Rynnlng asnl the hymn, o 'nwood f'' � .''m , . I .. ,,"'eglan Cod Liver Thora. Rasmussen. Oer�ard Molden. Davie of the class of i921. Is no"" 11..... Soh'elg ' "I'm But a Stranger." as a solo. � Oil ; C;; C;; ;;;; o; o; ''' "' C;; ''' C;; C;; iE C;; C;; � Irene' MeCullOCk. Gladys Jorgenson. Utg at .Moore. Idallel. Iff I . Sena Johnson. Christine Johnson. Anta Dale- entertained a Jacobson. '251. hlL$ eft for Cor. Tacoma Avenue and 11th Ruth Jacobson. Mal"ll'are� Holmberg. WErling Studentsi n State COIlea:e. w ere he gr�up of friends at dinner in honor Stl'ftt. Tacoma. Wash, Mildred Card. _Ruth Brown. and lIilashingto of Mrs. L. E. Rynnlng and her two 1l continue his studies thb )' �h11 35e "�'!. ,� Mildred Ben·en. sons. Robert and .John. Mra. Ryn· Dc:U't"1U)" A tint c:La. Halftat A graduate of 1930. 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",·hlch in luelf IS a prom- lither s�'lwo!, till' Lillll Coal'll , ('um'(,lkd tilt' Iotu�n(' wi�h� lIIt I.slng f�atur�. l'onstlltlll� �.oll dl Olson. Al1I1uuJ.lh 1Ill' Bcllllrlllllll.' urrlemls · The Jl!'tterm�n who ha\'� r�turned , n'lISUlIS for ctllll·('lIillJ.l Ihe �1I1l1t', Iliul th ey . 0 If and who are· making atrong bld� for. probahly IUlll tlll'ir of lilt, cuu«'sl. Ihc�' !lhuuhl po�IUons on the t�.m� are : Bill Ny- ft'll lillY fellI'S us 10 tht' nU\collll' mAn. quarterback; Lyal Sander'ilon 1101 linn' s�:hl�hlll'd Iht' hilU'US in tll.c rirstplu('l' . . ... .'- So S.and '"'Red". Carl�n. half . II, spilt' of Ihl'st' inlt'rrllplions, COllch Olson is slill wIlrl-;backs; and JaCk' Llshl'rnl'$I;. fullon bAck�Sankl'Y Johnson. Arnold ThO-'!- ill� Ihl' 1t'lIl11 hllrd fur till' firsl J.lUIU(' whit-h will lK' pluyed tl'nson. and Carl Coltom. �Ms : Wal- Odolwr I. with tilt' C. P. S. Ikst'rH'S on t�14.' Amcrinlll Lakl' Witt) thirty-two students and faeh u fil·ld. :'o 1 " 1 'nlor Olsoll is·di(·kcrinJ.l fur gU)l1l' Ihi� week-('IHI. ulty-m�mbersentered, the Urst Y t�r o ng Rnd Earl Perc ·al. tackur 1101· WII� 'llut rt'\"clIl('d III the Inatlon "lOlf tournament Its: C8i'¥aln Fred Sch«1 Ilnd AI- ".111 wh�'lIu'r h(' WII� !'illn'l'ssful �. ehamploruhlp of thl' college Is ,·en.lslwermann. guards. Thl' t'�n- 1!IIIt' tins J>lIpt'r w('nl 10: pn':'i . . --So s. . played · c·t! 'on the Parkland tl'r position Is the only berth wherc \\'ith h'., Il'Itl'I'IIlt'I' luu:k 1I!1i Illllny IIt'W prus Ill'ds who CourS!l. The qualifying round thl'n' I� no leLU:rman n'tumlng. but I . F TOGS GO � e ' l ' 'f d I II I S h dO �;;I:\,!n��: S;e:r :, Pt!:�: fo;1 i·�I�: ! ;I:I� :iil:�i ,� ::r(����::: N,��' s:::;�: ,�:"��nil)J" �:'II' I���:� ��;:,il::.I:.:��:·�;lt�::�: ����� �J:::he:'e::I�gW��ld�: "y lilly olht,1' · Imllt!! of pig-sl-;"i'n lolt-rs Ihul t'\'l-"r n'prt's('nlt'd October 1 Th�re :.a.'1lI be tJ:lree Job. on . .' : O,d" M,do ' 'h' ,h,m'" o",h'•. II", .nd �nd IJonlo' Co"h CIIUoro O �n 10< 'h' 11", II,;, ;",1;'"1;"". . Short Notice - So S. . two "..ceks Il'orked on' the rundamen:'\o\\" that WI' IIrt' J.loinJ.l 10 hu\"(' an (·;t("('ptiullully gllut! given to the ll'lnner emphasizing blocktals of the gam�. ' I I I k a ea ln bl . Parl<land undry I:::::I.s� �7t�· a:�� �'f �; ��� ::t ;!k :� : �:�, f. ;hl� !�::� I'I ,U:�:'�,�:��::;� :'::� 1't!�I���·'�:::���"'�I!;i:. �:�::!,),\'\�:::f I!�:'�l ��lll�.�� :�;;Th. II,,, ,"ond poirtn" h",, 1 " n" )" ,,;ghl ",,01 0I""n' "'" ",,,1;,';01,,,1 "'fll""". ".m hu "'n '..m'�• •" ,. Th, ",,,,k,,01 T'' . M d ' ' Roy follO S: Ben Palo \·S,· 1t'1I111 lilt' A ' • \11 It-t . t'n.ls, �t+",'hind s stue I rlghl. a ' ' "" ' "i� �:�::� I men "a\'e Just about all thl' pia)·, '. .. :=========��==:::=::::= CecilW Scott 'IS. AI\'ene h - So S.mastered. and ..,111 be n'ady to play :'\uw Ihul tht' firsl ciiminutiun gulf luurlllllllt'ni for till' Harry SOuthworth 'IS. thL, Il'eek-end It Coach Olson Is sucLloyd 'Is. Qray Harold son. spur'l IIIlOlhl'l" is dllllllpiml:>.·flip of til(' C:ollt·j.{I· is in prugrt'ss. et'$Sful ln schl'dullng gam�. 1 1 10-12Th� team was originally scheduled ill fllll·swillg. TIH' Studl'llls lind f:u'lIl1y 1I1t'III1wrs hll\'(> shown son, Evans Carlson 'IS. Arnold to pia)" Bellarmlne on Frida)'. but 1IIH1�ln� inlt'l"('sl in Ihis lournunH'nl. us thirly-two 11II\·c qual- kn.'lOn, John Stuen 'Is. Erwin Pacific A\"c. the Lion mRnagement cancelled the ifil'd. II is !lH' 'phlll 10 hll\"(' IlII1h-h pllly"d ('lIl'h w(·('k. TIll' mel. Harold Trulson vs. Youni, Cllnord Olson vs. O. A. gamt'. lu,·tng the Oladlll.tpr men firsl r�ril(l is h.-inJ.! "hly('tl lhis�\"l'('k. gl'Lstad, O. J. Stuen va. WIlliam Il'!thout opponents. Manager An_ SOCIETY BRAND CLOT .. tS mussen. Bill Nyman \'s. Clltfcrd MClidt'l"lSOn and Coach O)son ha\·.e been o9lball Discus�ions u g I g e t W "'i hr ekly s m e ����: �. Y�. : .: ��'���t�a��. 8 � Friday mom�tl'mber 12. W 5 ��:m� o��:U :,� :� �n!� :� T ee th� time. IhLs PUblltuon went to For Inlpro\-'ing Plays R day' of bltsslng to. lazy students wards. Ray H!nderlle vs. Myron A· · p ,!or ���o game I.s pJaytd.lthls w«k- In ordl'r th�he ml'n turn- an annual event ellmlna.ted two ���jI.�:::���a::nV:�y J�h:�: Zachrlson. �nd. the first action of the season Ing out ror football mil)' become bet- . period,; of recltatlon. A group of J. U. XavIer VII. John------,- --will be seen When the P. L. C. mll- ter acquainted ll'lth ne....· pla ys and I Tacoma doctors Impeeted under the 1 amou'}t Of Latin (or one a.sslgnment. shirts or their \ICUms chlne ·m{'('t.o; thl' College of Pugt! I RI! this testing the encouragSound Rest'rH's on Octobtor 4 The nell rulings the perl� �rom 12 30 I Th� flrsl thing donc IlIlS to lingAfter Is that no one d a bad Logger team has many good men to l OO p m t'aeh Monda) Wwnes- h much a }oung man Ilelghed and heartthing lung ch 15 Inturning out and l'xpet'l to ghe the da\ and Frld!l} afternoons 1.5 being hOll: lall he or ought to be Th�n deed aorgnndll:eak consolation "\...... ... OIAdlator c\e\en a trlmmtng set m taside for sPf"Clal football l'f' ) oo l.s -- •• u _un n_ u_nnn.... If ked l the Into h eRrs to The men IIoho wlU undoubted!} \Ve AppreCiate .Y our start ror thl' Parkland�rs In th� first ings Thl'st' are being held under th�} .;o;ere clean enough to hear a gaml' of th l' st'lISOn ar� as tollo....s the personal super\'lslon or the head college profl's..o;or shout Of course P&tronage N)man quartt'rback CRrlson and coach Clifford Olson Ncllo pla} � the} had 10 Il'st hfll l'll'S so that he L t::�OUg�h :�:.us.:� �: d:� could the nl�t\t watchman m the I:�: :;� �:� ; :�: � n . m ���:Cltr���: son a e et . l •• •-_••••_- •• tnds: Young and Ptrel\,al. t.acltll'� : phllst' s of new rultng. and po5.5lble dark. The mouth and t«th ·Il·ere care- •••••.••• Captain Scheel and Schlermann. questions which may arise on the c guards; Fa�n ss. center. This com- gridiron. are being thoroughly fully gone oi.�r to IIn'd out w.,here hl' arkland Golf Course ' ::;:�o:ut�smS:::�rg;: !�e:�:: lh �ashed out. Dl5cusslon of oflen- kept that gum !-·ht'n he wasn·t chell'18 Holes I It. 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Rev. Haavik Gives Dedicational Talk At Big Program

Uses as Theme "I �!�!)t' Abide At Thy House'"; President TlnRelstad 'Ci"es Response

With \'1.5\10111 from all parts of (he state and !Ie\'ctal from the Eas� participants. the formal dedication of the Prf'sldrllt"s residence was held I Sunday. Septembc'r 28. The dedica­ tion pl"O(I:ram. consisting of speeches And music. occurrt"d In' the after­ noon. In the I'velling. bnnqul.'t In . honor at the workers In lhl' rl'1 eril MInnesota. : [)(ovelopmerit Association campaign In thl' MidCllt West IlttraC(td about Saga" Teee!\'ed points out . of" The eIghty guests. a I>OMlble 1000 to recell� the Rating " ""hleh The dedication addrrss was de1 " PlTSl ClassasHonbr Ih'ered by R('\'. L. Haa\'lk. prestIs claSSl'd "Excellent," , This Is dent o� the board ot Lrust�s, whose an I')(c�ly high rating tor the IIrst attempt ot a school at publlsh, -text was "I must abide at th}' houS('," ing a'n alliluai. "The Saga" comLukl' 19-5. ' Dr. Tingelstad to Speak at l)Ct�d only with )'earbooks from Rev, Haavlk spokc of the Import_ Conferen('l's. Installation schools ot the same c1USl1 (he Col·ancc .of the homl' as thc basis or ch'Ulzatlon, giving examples of The above picture sho....s. the ne..... Prl'sldl'nn R6iden�' which is t he firs't unit of the great developAnd Foundat ion Day I Il'geThl'. P. ,L, C, annual showed homes mentioned in thl' Bible. HI'_ ment campaign planned for thl' college The Insert shO S Pres 0 A Ttngclstad ';Iiho "Ill oecuPJ thl' ne", During Odober r ef:iSe � well In tt)e "Class secstr d the importance of -Cut courtes)' of Tacome>l-Ledger President TlngelSlad lett Tuesday ceptionally tlon," receiving the entire 45 points ducling a home that Christ ml� homl' � afternoon, Ocwber 2, on the Oreat out of a possible 45, The financial dv;t'll therein The home �:� . for MinneapOlis, St. Paul. slatus of the book lliso received a Book Store Ready first church In times when an .alfar L. In Hi Northt'fn I m h co a n or t f To Provide TexB :!: 70�a� �:t�::�:: r�t� �:::�I: :�e�� � ::' a::� :1: :;�t�!n:: t::7�es�per���;:� from this �ded -trip about the of a possible 265, The book WQS put M'\'eral miracles In homes, He exDCspl\(' SI'''('ral delays In the shlp' together In such a hurry, which wUl pressed till' h th t this h t f th books rd d th book First Night Game to Eyer Be third of November, account for the '10M of the ..ould sene as :�ode:for the m::; Black boards and Furnlshlnj{s :�e � no: able ; s:��I\' n:ost of Scheduled for Gladiator At·Albert Lea. Dr, Tlngelslad will probably atlend a conference on Spiritual ten points In that dlvtslon Footbnll Men students "'119 ",UJ come under Its Added DUrll1g Sa�mer the IUts needed and the maJorlt\ 1 o n e r O In ed t VacatIOn d �� 9 ��II:I:: �nO:=r87O hC:::I� w�:� �e:::v;: S;,: ;:u�: �� ;;:::��Gray ) 8y ��:��:nt 0 A Tlngl'lslad ga\e ��el� =�� Il:�:d,���: � �:r:,n Lutheran grldmen wlll get IIddreS!l the Conference on The NII- sho",\ng that the judges coru.!.�e!'ed the response thanking those v;ho blackboards In practically all bUSInl'S!1 mflnllgl'r The book sWle is Pacific e h n e d t the cla.s:rooms ne.. furnishings ::��: t::�:��be::u� ;�r:�� y,n�:� ��:;s I:�!�'r �:n��c�lg��Wo/��: ��:e :�g�t:h�oSrc:� ����onD:: �!:r��g\h: Fla�;j;�:: ��:! :;�h��:I1���: :�: �n��:ge= ��� of the reglst�ar s office and a very on Friday Octo- I!.hlch are of a Distinctly Antl_ Rating Is the nexl to 'the highest significance of the completion of tnImport and expense connected with Tacoma Stadium ant library readjustment are \enience which could be possibly gotten The they clQSh ",Ith Lln- Christian Character this the tlrst step of a great de\elopcharge accounts and the fact: that ber 17Highwhen School at 7 30 This will In 5t PaUl on October he will Ail-American Rating is �gh­ ment progrllm He explained thllt a fel!. of the man} Impro\ements the school must pay cash for the cobeinthe any for ortunity op first es� honor that can be be&to"t(! 0\1 F T Dr of Inslallatipn �he attend p this building had been built be- that ha\e been made In the bulld- ,books Dela}s I!.ere due for tile most football teaJ;n represenUng Pacific lllxso n as President or the Luth�r any publication , cause It rf'qulred the sr;nallest out- ing slOeI' last spring, part to the necessln ot sending East COlle�e to play after dUSk� Ou There aJways has been !ftkeen In.' Theological Seminary. la}' and therefore eQSle�1 to The N'glstrar's office has been tor Sl'vl'ral !-"xtll beca� they were Lutheran This game ';lias originally sched He I'xpects to deliver the FoundR- teN'st In journalism a� PacifiC Luth- . stllrt, The Rev, Mr. Bogstad of Eunot held In s1.OCk In Portlllnd, h ec U t l a r n a h to te ' n :tt������ �:�� :� ::;� ��� ;::��n �::: l� :::: ;�:ns�dllee:� �:I� ��:ea I��r=� ��:�� �h! ;;r� :f ��;:: �:� ::��o�: I� :a:: l� :I� :I: :I;� fo-;:�e��\,::::;�:':��: s�u:I�� clded ���r�: play a� nI"ht when Prof,. ,Incidentally, to attend the twenty- would be too great project 00 at­ telegrams were read by PrOf, J, p. which he previously occupied for In Sl'curlng their books' and school B, 0, toBeal. head coa.ch and vice· tlrth anniversary of the class of 1905, tempt. In 192'1, �e graduatln{ Pflueger who spoke as the repre- twentytheyelln, supplies at the lo""est �Ible price, principal at.Llncoln Hlgh, obtaJned or which he was a member, elas.ses had considered t.Q,e inatter, have floors the ory t dormi tn sentati\'� of the American Lutheran been oiled and the ,",,'aJis cleaned It so�ewhat "crowded III preM'nt, the of the Tacoma hlld from but lifter careful InvestlgaUon b t as soon as President T1ngelstad field for that evening, ,s mammoth As one of the two ofdelegates tContinued on Page 3: COl. 2) and decorated, to lellve �t to a future Ilnd \'eS his otflce to his home much. As this game will be a novelty for the Pacific District the' Norwe-, decided m : body, student I:rger. The library department has reo Chu�ch America Lutheran , of glan the equipment can be s�red In ��� ��ad:a�� tea::� :ey :;:��� President Tlngeistad 111 attend the whe9 the first edltlO� ' of . ceh'ed an approprlaUon of 51,000 to of u�e f '. the room no� occupied b)' him, I v e ti u organization meet�g ",,:of the A:merl_ Mooring Mast waa publ!:'hed , lut be applied on books, Special ap_ to get used ::th ot play- Clln arcs Lutheran c,<mference on Octo- faJl, a �at deal of jou�tlc tal' . The proprlaUons ha\'e been made by the In Ralis litter t yPC"11l have � 29, 30, 31. at the Central Lut.hel'- ent WQS brought to the foreground, · bORrd. ot trustees for the urchase exf1. rlence 0":; their 0�nents aa ber , .-New. Instrucl an Church of Minneapollll, Mlnne- so the studen� again had a dea1re hI - . th: are meeting 5tadlU �r E",:pl ?yed to Nego- e0ll Hlgh thla I' nel!.' enCYClOpedia: Help � uper\'lse BUilding of ot 'after-dusk ' = Ilf- sota, Mr, Knute B, Norswlng, of to publish a yearbook, The gradunder are get way FrldllY also an Ullt In coming S clasa and the ,ttudent body .BlOlogy Laboratory Fulderton, ClllUomla, a California uaUng 2.100 volumes from the library of I fair. tp auppor:t the annual, so the , member ot the Pactflc Lutheran COI- voted -College. The library will Uncoln took the game ' m last yearI lege faculty accordingly elet:ted an e4iProfe.ssor Paul Richard Hlghby has Spokane Is other the ln1atees. of Board 11nd I n 0 add n 8 e been employed by the College, on a Shl'h'e� �:� :Ubt :;:� :::: Increased Publicity" Support :n: C�h:t.s :: t�:; w�:v�, � Pacific District Delegate w the C<Jn- wr, Ire{De Oah't, '30, on account of her grea abili t y In journalisUc Ilnd .,-year contract, t.o help supel'\'1se ntlon Committees Chosen ; Ne w ::�e�:;��� t�1is Y�: : t�: �u:: \�PreSI�ent Tir!gelstad also 'promt5es stud�t leadership lines and beea.uae � com: the construcUon of the biology lab_ =�I1�\'����::y�e�.::a: e a r n l 'w do what he can to encourllie of her acquaIntance with the collese Laboratory to Be oratory this fall and later \() tnch ' ye�'.s In laat team over prO"ement was chosen \() be the' flrst edltor-' biology, Meanwhile he is attending Comple�ed that they hllVe ten lettennen and prompt fulfillment of the pledges of In-chief, the University of Washington until Aruerlcan Church . many other experienced men back fin'ancial aid for the COllege secured As ,a result of the meeting 01 the The Christmlll. �Ithln a short time, the enUre wtth Elvutrom, Vlcwr Professor by ,team Lincoln the dl: Holds Conference B<lard of Trustees held .Monday. recUon ol,CoaCh AI under is not He graduated wIth a B. A, dea�f chOlen by faculty-stuthe help of C<Jnrad Oaard and others dent Hopt18,s ' September 29, further .experimental so well fixed for material gree from Luther COllege, Decorah, committee IIppointed by Prea1Follow-up Mid-West the uring d ' lost he as Iowa, ,,1th high hqnors In 1929, com- At tne Paettic confe.rence of the prellmlnllry work JO{ a Ortilter-Ta- twenty-two men through gradua- Campaign . thls year, dent TIngelstad and Warner Quale, Ing ' there from AIb4:rt Lea H�h American L ran.Church held In coma ' COmmunity Campaign was lion, who Will presl�ent of the atudtnt ' leaVlna" but two fol:. t.ht.s year's , , Sehool;Albert Lea, Minnesota. Wh:.le the &thlehem. Lutherlln .Church, authorized. suggestions for Increased (Continued on Pilie 4. C<J1. 5' CHRISTENSEN GIVES body; In order to find a name. the ' he d t er re u n wlce led the te PICTURE TO CO �L�GE :��:�� b: o:.n;����� :tu��� lnC:e: h :l ::IP� :� ..:M�:e�o =���: !�:� �::,��!ot::reI ::�: �:� �: . De'tel . o�ment ch e The word "sap" l.s � n: Last year he was assistant InstrUcr I'n: support Of Paclllc Lutheran CoI- committees, and the immediate con- Hold Ol hQS been lion a painting of A large . On Supper tor In zoolOS'y lit the Unh'erilty 'Of It� through the Development Asso- structlon ,of the biology laboratory at . AsSOCiati w the COllege by Dr, W, Norse origin, meanln. a narrative of n o a presented a e e a e s n F I ::�:;��;; : !I:��!� Cla���, J, p, Pnuege'r, professor of :s� s;:;�:=�� �:�rd so:�::e:� :��; ��c:�� � � 7t!� �.:���:,�: ,� !::n:� ;I�� ������:d staff ch()len, mer., He is a member of the U�ted ChrlsUanlty at thts C<Jllelle, ""ent \() reports tro� the building commlt- velopment Association supper held In Inga school here. At present the plc- "'orlt was begun immediately, and m n h l e e th ttl u h v g �r�=r �f �r::SSO� 0: H��b:, �� :t:';J� :aa ::;!�:�: ::':e e:�%e���::�eC:t ;:: :�:n:���Pc:!�:r �. �e s::�� ��t�:� ��,:. ��IC� :�:::; ;�u�� �:�r=�� :��� head of the Latin Department' at 1IOOd. 0nl!-.!!ne pastor belna absent. mlttee, the executive committee, the WM well attended and generated en- to President Ttngeistad, may now. dents June . One of the m� interesting Ilnd registrar, the dlrector of the Mid- thuUaam. _ Luther COlle(e. . ' more or lell, ' be; referred wp . a FORMF.;R" PRESIDENT Beg1nn1ng in ebruary, Mr. H1a:h- Important thlnp decl,ded conc:e� West Follow-Up Campalfn, the bWl- Among th� honor guesta were Rev- lion's den, F hilh.1C}:IoQ,l and this Colit'le. 'lbe Devel?pment Auo ness manllier, and the spec1a1 com� erenc! A, O. Quammen of CYnlS, by wIU � both , SUFFERS INJURIES , I coUtre blolOlY and related su lljecU elation, wUl be' presented at most of mlttee on the PacUic Lutheran Her- Minnesola; Professor Elvestrom, dl- SENIOR PRESIDENT rector of the campalfn. who, re1 , the churches of ,the synocl before ald, ' here. , " ' COMMITTEES nie Rever�nd O. J. OrdaJ, former PICKS . At the University. he is robm1nl ln. C�, on the followins: datea: Reverend P. 0, Bruland:Portland, tufoed, from the Mlddle :Weat PrJof Pacific Lutheran COI' ,-the College Y. M. C. A. with Myron Port Angeles on October 19; 8edro Oregon. declined the �tlo.n offered dill', September- 2tI; . Reverend HaaArnold Th�·prmdent' ot president It'je, has been suffel'tnJ from .. ' �dler, a rradJ,l&te of � school, Woolley on October Peace Luth- 1'11m as endowment f1eta) �. A vlk of Seattle, .who.acted aa tout� the Senior Clau, choee the foUow- broken lea wh1ch- Will the result of d t f t �::.e' :�bY"�ori :':�' �':':�Be��=�= :;: =::. :. ;:'ula:o�� ;:; �::;/: :: :U:�ra�:� ��td=�� C:��tee�= :/� �:w� � '::: necUon with the blolop laboratory 51; CasUerocll: and Wlnloc:t, Novem- Cleveland, Ohio. on the best pos.slble responded to t.bf..5tI". others who Carlson (C�), OJga Kell, and South BeWnaham. Later, Rev�nd apoli:e were Dr. O. A,. Tlnaelstad, Evelyn O�n� picture �ttft: Orda], WhO commenced aulferlna ' will ,brina: him to PIlrlr.land week- Mr 16; Oregon ,Clty on November 23: terms. for thls �tlon, , ends most of the �e, � Labor- , 'PtInItY,Lutheran Church In �ma Bec&UIe of the suocesa Of the ex· ' Ident of the school,: Mr. M., H. \I&T��a)' (chainnan), M1ldrec1 tro�" internal hem!lorra,ea : wu uver, Wuh.. perlmental camptJcn 8pOnIIOred by Forde· of Everett, vtce-pfe!1dent. ot C��VloI.& KDudaon; "Clau t&Ul:l to the tlc»pltli, where he 1.1 atory ts betnr 'b_uUt In eOD:JwtaUon on December 7; Dues" c:otnmJttee: plaJ Ha(eneu. now OonVal�. ' (ConUnued .on �' 2. COL 1) - jhe Board. wtth..b1Oloo at the Un1ve�ty. on �mber U. " , . - . . , . . .' , FlS

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PACIFIC LUTHE�AN

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WASIUNOTON

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. Rulh W�l"Wn

leadlnl' thll

choir

thus gl)'lng Prof. t:dwarcb R gOod run for his .posltloIL-

Freshman D�1t61')' rtr.. wear,.. Ini black conon l5tocklngs for dis­ tinction and to ' gille the' SOphl5 a

chalice to hor:l--

Jo)m John.'lOn a

Chu�

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Rllil! Rah! Rah! Rail! Rail! Rah! Rah!

The

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strolling

sim ply must ,be ". m;ir"'efl witb a

P!lcLfLc College. Hah! Rah!

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were here.

Nyman' C�ratlon

PacifiC colI�i('. Ral")! Rail !

b

standing by '

the kicking post

Milestone tltat

Rah!

of

Anna

Graduation, tlte

Of thl' Orangt' and Black!.'

Who Rah?

A;Ut.crtle

(;tJarlotte '

for' shiny

brance of the kicking po!;�

Get out of the way

Who Rail?

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rem'edY

\('lsurl'ly town,3 our belO>o'ed remem­

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Oet off the, track !

Jack LI$herness : SChool talnl}' monotonou.s.

good

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Pacific COIL�ah! Rah,! Fliht.· Team. Fight !

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Fll£ht. Team. Fight! Fight. Tel!.m !

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FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!

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Hit 'em low! Yea Pacific.

Lers Go!

Photographic Portraiture

/;,:1 Broadway 'I'III.:Ollla. \\'ushin/-!luII

PacifiC Colll'ge. Fight ! Fight !

PAclflc College. Fight! r�igh t ! ' Who fights?

PllC'trlC

Fight! Flghl!

WE fight!

College.

P_A_C_I_F_I--C

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JEWELERS

Cmtume Je';'elry

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Stat �one"'y, Printing

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To take CIIr� of Increllsed publlcit)'.

It:; discretion to extend to acU"e mt'mbus of the Oc\'eloj:lment Association their choice of one y<,ar's the

o�ized lit

cpmmlttee was auth­

LUSCIIES lIom,.c Mao.de Plu

s'Jb�criptloll to <'ither thl" Mooring Mast or thl' Pileific Luthl'ran Herald.

Fo�nt;dnStn·kt

A nl'W editorial committee was ap­

l)(Iintcd for the Paci!\C Luthl'.flUl I-h'rald consisting of �t-�nd O. A. Hl'lmdaM of Fir. Washington. and rlckson

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floods cam :. and the winds school has bei!n placed in charge o! a committee o! fllle a pointed to beat upon that house : and t not. !or It was founded upon a present this matter to ot O?r Luth�r"And every one that heareth these an synOds wHh whom the synod to 6aylng$ of mine. and doeth . Uiem f II'hlch the �hool belongs has not. $hall be likened unto a foolish and Pulpit fellowship. This ' \I.·ho bulJt his how.e !lPOI) the tee eonsisls of Rew'rend Increased

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hope and trust Chrll5t

Ood has given not pass a Wl\r

but 'wlll last .throughout

What a\\'ondetful founda­

laid

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our 'lives in Christ

Illk of Seattle. Reverend ·· ffi' ' of ' -·· . Eugene. Oregon: President L. 0.

wig of the Northw�st District

American L!Jthe J'll.!) Church. J.

Naess. prel5ldent' of the

trlcl of ·the NOI"\\'eglan LuU",Nn � Church of America. and ��ngell5t.ad. .

ProfeSsor

�rel5ldent f·tlie ? . R.

A.

Victor

Prole65br Paul

Mr. 'Ludq

Elvestrom.

Hi8hby,

Professor W. Ram_

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' at."lte�ttee stad,

Professor A.

bloloirY Jab>.. 9f P.OOO. 'Ill\.!! comp� at

construcUon of the

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Suit. and anil FartU.blnp JETLAND & P�LAGRUTI

O.ercoa&.

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COLLEGE INN Il'e Cream. (;onfecUonerx

Jlot and Cold Lunl'h� Parklmd., Wn

BETTER GRADE

LarSon. and Pres- art1l5ta, muslcJ.an.s, .or tdent' TInge1s�dI were' ilpP01n�d as they have: faUed and .

G. ·W. Xavter,

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Shave 20e

Rtovl'rl"nd G. Hend-

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A.ri�' &rbe� Shop Brookdaie .

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SCHOOL ANNUALS

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Dale' s Barher Shop·

Rel'frend A. H. Thorson o! Port­

land. Oregon.

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Designers and Producers

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Your College Education will enable you to get more ' �ut of life and increase your earnIng rjl'Ner.

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The store thal has it

Hay, Feed Paint, . -Dmgs, Hardware J

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Mu:meapOl\.a, Mlnn.

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. ... ..... . .. . .. . . . .. . a picnic at Ihl' Carll'la;1l lakn. h lt ! f'tl' of � rl. lit II 1T1�tllIl of lh.I INlUP. Wf'dnMl� MIM Mabel knwn had lUi ' her t'lld. an' Palmer Storile. Norris Lang . SUt'51� on'_SUllday. ,8l'pt�mber Jo� . �1yrol1' Kn'ldll'r. Chrislin'" .���r :fb����:sol��� ��l:�����l�l� .Re'·I'�T1d and Mrs L. M Sta\'1g 1"1\· :::�:�h �a�n:���d�;.�ro��es'::: day 1""l"nllll I M� !nlfa Jenwl�. from I.he Unh·er· Knut.son: Deanca JOl"Je luon. Rud," the UnLtt'd. f P I le \: : !;:::: 11I11'r· Or. Tingl"lSlad ..... to the . �:�� . . gt:n. ���� �: u:� � I Thl"1h'�up for the hOme·l;\team :o<ltr of WlUihingtoll. Missn Olga and Sande!'SOn. Ed�a ORg�land. MlulUlr· rt"1)()rl5 of IState!. 071 1n�a<'COrdlnl itu 1 \ons ",por "'ork esling mlMion . for �\lgg"Ii()lls . re l Center. � fOllO'A's: Toot a PhUl ) nl (' . ns N� suard Wbool!s Ouy . · Mud Ih:1OI may be< carrlt'd Ollt Ihi!- rom Edoa J('n.'!('n. a'l d .Ml5s Amallda HoIm- " JaC'Obson. 1118' ing to Ih(' Unlied 51 111('5 ofil \ 0I ' ('\'enlllg Re\'erend Sta\'1j: i!("r\'M I • Ct' p�510r Tarollla tK>fore romlng to guard O-Ll�r ' Lhe . 'r('\ MUfI, of Tacoma \'al F\'dt. Martha Hjt'rmsl ad. Gl"Org(' Edu flon . Rrl�ator l . y('ar by Ihe i'()('I('!y. ·II� Mid. ""Itre I S Johns . 111 No lh CT?IIQuist. Joseph R 'oertrude r �"'ld. �th of this C9m� from th�. t . . mWlons. mls· 1e. l h;O� . !ort'lgTI thl' -lire "; l I fou "11le �ackle. Erik Terrible h F'I! OIl(,S\.!! of MIss Marglire\ Hllmll S}'�ow.. ��argllret f'lld less. Olc Flo. and all forllls of mission ell. Ii IIlId fC't's oi ulldel1ltaduntc' Th� PI1!iW'llt: gllesu wpre Anita Block ,nd Tackle. Lc.U. thl' Lilcky:. during the ..�k.f'11d Oct. 3·S "':eJ'(' Ol'rhard Molden. and reliCt' Lund. tultl ·nWl,: 23:jler cen� �I'rnll\ell. '32 Stailley Bt-rt"lltM'tl' l Right End. Phil Nlneman. lKlSOS I. Ieil\ an graduale or. TIle \' a rious types of.Chrls. slu�e · � . Mi� Luella Hanson or Bothell. appropriated b)' Siak 1lnd. cily 32 : Ha�old n.erellt.sl!'n. '34: Warner WC!fl'llpipher r�r short: Wrong end. lian �'ndeavor call be �tudled. and --'28. teach('r III "'a Pearl Meech, lind BlIl('1 Hllmo. of WlIlIl.'r French. gO\'l:nHlIellls : 13 �r ct'1l1 was gl\'l"l1 Quail'.. '32: Alfr.ed Anderson. '32; SOuth West "Phl.}.!!,g 'Feat"; lIaph soml·thlng done .to help OIJe luslltu. Everett. Wash. Yelm, Is contalescl�g rllpldl): from through 12 ]X'r Helcll H..APson. '31 ; Elfrieda HRIII"� filled. S!'IcomushlollsQu; two biWl. \lol� or another. . We Should sUmu: serious operation. H.e will be dis- C(,lIt)WlUlprlvatGbenefactlolls: .. Swllle . IntI" Internt· ln our h(,art. This AII Income from endowmentll: ness. '33: Ilnd AmRlI.rlll Erlck�n. '34: F'ri"drllc 6chnitde'lll'olenhofer; The �Ir.\s· Pep Club held II.:! SI'!� chargN. from Ihe 110spilal soon. Thret' of tlTI� llrouP ha\'e attended back. Jack Fishl'rllest: alld Full .full, be done by sllliing alld slml),e11I1I <:t 10 gro.qper "'1Ui Inrome,.rom ilt ond mel?tiog W�lUday �\'enin� I . -- ' ' t"'·o years lit PIlCItlC LUll\era,1I Col· Stine SOliS. ' .. as ""ell lUi siudying ...·ork on ]X' beard IIl1d room c11�rges. Illld 12 r September 23\ The folio\l\'II111 offlce.n Ge�lrude Srdo\l\', hlUi lIone In cent WlUl obtAined f'TOm ·oLher lege al Parkh\nd: WashlnStojt Thl"Y Al tell 'slx�y the buil.eh playing for hYlnn� mlS$l(Ul fleldK." A m1s:'lon box for ",l're ('ll'Ctcd; . at lh't' Tacoma Oeneral soutC("s. Tltree and four tenths pet 1'11;1' Alfrl'd Anderson. Warner Qualr. thl" home 1O\I\'n came upoon Ule field ChrL'tll a� was all Interesting BUg· . . ttal�U11! l P�sldl"nt-Rulh Drown. H06pllal after ha\'lng "''Orked In the cent .... contrlbu�d b)" lhe United and 51anley Dertntl!en.-Manltou 01 honor amid' much hooting Ilntl 1I:('�lon. The �P:"ail er pointed out Ill.t VIl'e-Pre�ldl'nt-Lo\lIst' �hnelder. hosp�tl\l ,iabo�lor)' for the past Stlltes , . stamping of fet't. Thl!'" gorillas who rommlttet'!- rould: be IIppolnted 10 go"emmenl.-Puget SOund Mes.�I�g('r. . Sccrt'tary-Oagny Hjl'rmstad. year. �and around Ih(" bab)'.f� have l'harlle of Ihe work. thus Im\lr� Trail' Tl'E'aslln'r4tellft Johnson 5 · who back.flres .the ball from·twlltt IlIg.an lnterutlng projl"ct. Little gift!> lI· d(,�Mal'illrtl HlImo and I e o t I II y AI: �. In�I;�; a��so�92;. �'.�: ;�, :,:� ';,17: Hermit FltJOrs Col l�ge Feat hery Tribe :::I�:; ;;��� ��I; �:I�= �: :: :;;e�s:�:I::n�t� ! �o�'��� Afl('r a �IOrt PI'OfP'Rm. refresh- finN to her bed for six ",·!<,kS. Is Ann A�bqr. Mich.-A ·near�htlflRlt. Eulogizt!8 OVt�r gander VBnl-';. The graplJlers' who the sick. bringing a smllil ,Ut from nlenl5 ""ere sen'('d b}' '\'Iolft KnU'd_ CUIH'ale5Clllg, ...·ho Ih't'(I on' a tllmble·d09.·n estate. - . Clnt"t'!i R€nUlins t'dstalldI behlnU . the gorillas �ere�Ioth� thl' ML�ion Boclet)·· ""ould be app.�: !'On. Stella JohnsQn. Thora RIiL�musnear Rhl'. N. Y.. \I\'aS In Ute and. In soup and fish which elated. Another objl"clh'e 511i1l'l'stNI II sen. And Ruth �ro"''n. PARKLASO St:WS death one of the greatest benl"fact· feathered tribe thU Inhabit .gravy slaln5 from' a former 0tiY Is lhe bu,lldlng lip of a mission I\� The Luther Leilll'Ue ' hl'ld a speciAl Of'S t�1" Unh'erslty of �flchlgan e\'('r theTheParkland Oolf Course tGd a)' were yet visible. A coin ...·1Ui bor· brar)' the !iChool'� 'owll IIbrary. " ITtt Tin: ALVlll!'lo' meeting after sen·lces. Sunday. Oc· had. and Its most rflbdest. · / ... g '"",��i3�"",�:;;;:;:;;; ·ere hOldill the 'earth. towed from the I)('\'elopment AlIso· i ,i I\ " "".. ,,,,_, _ •• ", .,,_, " _,_ ,,eulogy"over Miss �tlrlam Helmdahl and Miss t0b:"r 5. for the PI ", '"+_. .... ," ,_ " ,.. '" '• ..... \ Emma Kllalalld. ')0. Silent Ihe wet'k· delegate; for the _ \]'Iltion to be between ('igt,\t and fUIet'n million Il,hlch met it..� death at the hands of amid A slalll lX'de of a . herd of end of 26-28 at P. L. G, �tl5S Hl'lm- held in St-attle. Oc bt'r 11 Rnd 12. dollllrs during his 1lte�t1me. and be- a professor from the ColI�ge the �otchmell. The II'llm.e . , �· 1j.5 l/OISt· • f 101 is \... dahl Is tl'achlnll nt Oak('r. H('ight., Tht d(,legatt'5 chosen l're trenl' queathl'd the ' Instllutlon about hil i who WI\.'I IJla}, lg a round of golf. 1)()lwd ,\Illtll the lOCatiOn of the ten .,.. ! W Fadne5.�, I"'eh'(' million. William WIl.'I01l Cook. as recreRtioil afu Ir) llIg hours Of C("1Il piece could be a.scertalnl'd. The . Iihd Miss KIIAialld al Field. Wllsh-. DRhl. Carroll S\'are Rulh . ' ' hOI� this sequel to this ejllsode will be related . , IngIOIl , . I IJe\'l'r \'Isit�d the place ' after his Instruction. At th eighth I J?hn Hopp: and fda Hlnderllc. . ..... Itaduntlon In las2. 1101 ('\'en for til(' IJIIsllspectlng denizen of the I"arth in the next iSl;ul' of this. chronicll' MiM Glady.� JOr(!:cnsoll. '30. Is nt� Thl.' Junior . League IlCld Its rl'gu · � d('dICntion of the 'benutlf\l l Lawyer'S cam!.' bt' twe<' n ' the :�wlng of the pro- of baseiess facL'! . NI!� Debby! It.l ' I '\\ . . t('ndlng WilIRlllette Un!ver�lt}\ Sa· lar me<'tmg Sunda)' aftenlooll. Qc. Club and the MRrthR Cook dorml� fes,'IOr's mlllhty drJ\; ilnd the ninth OPIl all df' �tood pitch..... undt mama � ,r: l(,nl. Oregon lober tn the Trinity church. Th(" tory. both of which \p'l.'re , hl.s IIUtS. hole. AI lk'ck. the perpetra�r of I'll ��II you IInUdMr !Jord ti.nl� �turry tunlorrO\l' nlt� . -meetillg was Opelll'd with de\'otIOIl 111(' lallcr nlllllt'd after hL� mother.- this unjustlfiAbll' cr\me, claims his . .. I of R nWlIlor)' book I� full oJ . b\.· thl' Thl' house in which Cook Ii\'t'd lit aim \\,,� for the grcen of . the ninth A forml'r ,'mdllatc. Arlin, ' S.,,· b}' Ed,ar Lat$()1\ follo..·ed Il('rud. of Ihe Unh'('rsity of \I...a.�h- Topic b}' Curt� Fenney. Betty Svate Rhl' ha� \)I'ell described by lleighbor!< hole: but a lillIe bird. told. the re· nll'RlI1nlf And hOI)()rtanCt'. Col. . inglon. \p a� a '�ltor al Ihl' college I gil\'(' a rl'Cltntion e,nd John Stuen all not worlh 1II0re than saoo. Illlt! j)()rtl.'r a dUferl'nt tale. H_owever. . lege st\ldt'l\u lo\'e 10 kl't'p 1\I LIEN & SELV G ! :l rl'ading. college. prOf!MOr·s . ""ord last ",·eek. . cOlilillnlllg furniture "'hich waS dignified how they wHl In'asure it -mu�t IX'. taken beforl' 'thM of a fOWl ! I lIIO!'itl}' Junk. "1I1�ortcrs of Nor. . and l!\Ier tl . I I' tt r th a . a ·3 n ' f fl u ·t·�ia n Coel Lh'cr ,, It makes Ihe most allraelh'(' Jo�e���a��. :��0 :� 8::!c1:: �� c�17r: �Ii�; ( ='�I��\: � : �:::n�r fn���e �::��;ts::;�t o� :0 I!:a, : ��:� l :' r;:k :'I�:: : ;��;� nlld �atlsfaeIOr)' of all gifts. PI('a.�nl Hili a.nd Cedar Hom(' re· The remainder of thl- program. ,,'as $I':lrch building. ....l h .r�arch pro. martlall'd. De that as It may. Pro· Oil s]X'Cti\'ely. spent thl' ""('I!'k�end of mUSicaL A ladl(,s quart('tll.' compo$t'fl fe:<.$Ors and asslslanIL'!. supportl'd by fe:o<.o;or' lk'ck has the distinction of October 3. 4 and :; \'L�ltlng fril.'nds in of �1r.<. E. C. Haakenson. Mrs. C. 01- fl'l1ow�hh)5. In ordl'r ,.cUdY PIISt bring the only college IlrofeS&Or to Cor. Tacoma Av('nue and 11th a I . a st d nll�" t !.' Coll('ge an l I r h SI-reet. Tacom�. Wash �: � � � �_:'�:\.�� �:n�. � ��.e": L�:;� :��er�II�; ;�I:;�.e;���:� d�;:�� : ::£ !��� .:� . �� h l n 2 g l l d Do��!�:'���··�.:P�:;::n �r�o�:�:. ��:�.::�;��.�: :1� �;r���. \:. H���� I :� : l':� �;I;:�I�:n�� �.�;� P�e:. has IlllI.Ct'd spies for the weUllr,es Of .= . . .= := ..= . .= .= . ..= . iii for tht" pasl year, lett for BUX" Jl'nsen -sang. " 000 Shall Wit)!.' pf maklll(l thl' laVo' library one of thi- the ungwardeda fOVo'1 of. goUecour es. r 1011. North Dakota. whl're 5he ' \\,1II A"'ay All Tears." The- ceremony most compl('te In the country: to �'��I I�-=��; �'IIl\:����� :r��� "iSlt hcr falher. �i�ter and frl('nds. closed with the doltolog)' nnd . til(' IJa[;hlghl'r salarle� so a.� to at�ract DAHL .GROCERY COMPANY bl' man r n i��h�� :: I�1 bt'ncdlcuon. h l Ch l �1{'IlIIJ{'I' ) �J� �Olml�;;;��. ��r����'t:: :�� :;:;;����Ei��""'Oi �:I:Sll��: :�; a���. ":r a r Unitt!d Purity Storc!; ) Anderson of Tacoma rl"ssrooms.-Unl\'l'rslly of Michigan. \Ve Appreciate Your EH'� '''tot, No:-ot.� I'Ul klulllt \\' lIsll. PhUlll' �ladisOlr ;UUX 1\.;) ' Pntronllge 1\Joist; .Caw... Not Rt.li,:iol\! OIIl .l"ashiollc(1 Till' Alumni hnve ilOt forgotten th('ir almll mater. $('\'el1t('('n �hO"'('d : Grief or Sorrow Siralilfe t'1�trlc,,1 nppliances have Ihelr· gOOd old school �plrlt at thl' ' WE PRINT AND DEVE l.O P KODAK FILMS 'ded steam; The old.t1ml' sail. ..game III Am('rlClln Lakc. Those who Many w{,(,Plng ('},I.'s. tIIRny mol�t �ulX'ri'\( Inll \·("5.o;t'i l� an Ilnliquated dresm. . We Iry to earr)' e\·l.'rythlng in stock that ....111 fill the ordinary wanL,. \'Islt('d the � school O\'er lht' ""t't'k· noses. facl a lotal of apprO Xl. lImll' - W It we don't ha\'e ""hat you need. tell h., alld ""e ....111 .get It ollr horscll.'ss carriages Iy 360 l'},(,S and 180 noses, \I\'ere foun;! . dtl\I' .... .ha\'l' PrieH.and Quality AI1\,\y.·G'UIlf'.lnlecil b)" lhe deh. Our womcn wear " mong �ht' Stud�IHS rlllg till' P��I �Ilk �tl ocking:o< . but ne\'er knit .a Famou� Pastime . ):tAR�LAND MERCANTILE �Ol\lPANY l' nor \ e \ 'I ' Pa��c� ?ut of ' 1 :���. N:.c::�{I:lt�ll ss l' � l �� dl d t: � :�I��I�:_�; ;�I �h���R� :�� GRU;S 8o�'l'< I)a �' Rool '- aband�. ....as the thl' CAlilS(' Of� h.\.. l we piay machine plallos Sunda}·. 18 hole� t e n ' I Wet'k da)·s. 9 hole� e SI'f'cial hU!!i�CS fo� partie�, glee · . The famous Ilastlmt' or dodging �� �lX:�;;��� ;; t h: ��:l'o:l �:� . ��:I�I:': t:��\.��; 1I�1�:��!�tl� FAST PLA)' cluhs, tcams, ctc:'(ailing pllL�t('r Is nt all tnd fbr mem· bt'come brothers and slslers In thllt We art. eating creamery butl.l.'r NO DELAYS tK>n; of tt.., bor�' day room. Ali'''o'il greal ord!.'r of "Thl!'" COOl' Id d(' NodI' has ne\·t-r S(!('n a cow. ProgreM Any Time. Any PIII<'e . . TACO}Ti\DUS had bl'i:ome proficie lll In Ihe art 't:lub." All the new members ""l're ollr mOllo-modern things ha\'e EXCELLENT GUEENS· COMPt\NY \I\'erl" chaj::rlnl'd to find thilt thl' a�dellt adhl'rent.� to th(' Club's by· coml" �t.ar, But., thank God. we M.ln un Call Mr. Lyon. Pholle Madison 169·J·3 mains of the JlIa.�lCr. ...hlch . has been i�\I\'s and _obseT\'t'd them unceasln�I)' gl'l RELIGION III the SAME OLD. 0, A. Marshall. Manager . . . Balf(llle Semce Sl'd for forty rellrs. now �· for· a period of from thret" to sc, ell l FASHIONED WAY!-Luther Echo ;,'"'........ abll . "" . """'"'..........; I l'ured to lhe "'AIIs, CO\'l'rl"d with kal. dRyS. Of t,hese laws the most 1m• ; I (' a cough. a blow. and • n t i l. A N I) G ARAGE PAIU !'O;l�;�� �h: �����IlIS of thl' room ' :�I:. :����t:, . rl'\'l'renc(' \)I'allt,y. no boisterous out - Thl' membPrs have warned Iht' Auto R� palr bre'k� ha\'e occurred sillcl' thl' rl'- llon·mt'mbt'rs ag:llnst. joining be. GOLf' TOGS I �, Gas. Oils and Acfl!'$.'OriO es pair. In fact. all SI"('m proud of the caust' of Ihe suffering entailed by J. C. P,,..oon room' and hopt' to k('('p It looking as obeying thl.' rules . n' h T d�, now. =�;;�nd eo<;. �� ��=� -;: M'd'," O.d.. on ,, :' Th'''''at no :;;':"W�: ::, ,�, :�:;' ':�� �::.: :::;: M"",,,,,, ' ., Sho.¢ �otiee and Dress Suits it generally take good care of It or lUmes. Tultedo AOENTS FOR WifE Of PROfESSOR F . ""ho CONV ALESCING Sl.OWLY gi\'e It to _another: and those t ;eHORSE� -ha\'e got rid of It profess not to reo lIalrNEAL Goods, lIalr Dyes. Toupcn. Mrs. Ph. E. Hauge. 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� \\ us first round t<:hes hll.ve been Sound Re'sen'l!S by II. .39 10 0 score Sam'I men a good. fight. tirst clash of. the season made a "ery !!oml lll.H· HI.?-hls l1Iel1. fhe flr�t j.l:UIllC of Y,\('utSCtlSU1. , oftl at American Lake. d round mak.hu played;-""fiia Imprt'ssh'e sho..'lng. ..'hl"n they held a pdtld�l't' lilt u�ul WIlS Iplayed Sl'lIl�'lllgr 2:ti the College r Is i art' much plu Not. us the 'about I kno'!'n � ... other ' uget The :o-c \'arsll�', 'r l the .0ij.l: w With n r �oul1tl ' ae game C The Pt OR d-fought ha Puget of be C ch rwIU S olle pia): th' k. Thirty. Sound \'anlt)' ele,·en. to the cI� 11SI Sntl1rtllly tJli lilt' Alllt'riCIIII Luke fit'lt i a�tlinst nlt� ,PU�('I throughout but ·C. P. B._Was never stnngth of the Brc:merton squad, t... o m: m of the student-body : ! In IC"Oring- dlstanl!P. 'NRI!d" Carlson. allhouah report.'l haVe come that " , 1 "1 t 6 ora IhI" I atter's. fleId on 'S ound HeS('n'es I are In lie C th of faculty and p � :;�;��r �. .. i gn i by O pe e of cle � irtue runnlng, his n as ... \' r' v : s, .5, the) are ex ct to put O\'er' a tn':"hb �u m ·m��t' The .•klrmlsh 'KI!.:> all exdtlng IL!\ • The result 'of the first game is ,,"' hat we 'are mosth-' h,- th!...OU\S.!:d�. g;!.ar�fthth.'!:mm." b�Y C�Ch Olson',. men are fl tllt-cl� .11 ..,p,'a� , _ , ...' , U"<" . • "" f t.h ... 'f. ""' h t , , th(' '$CO� Indicates. wIth neither lerested in. as that brought to light .in the minds of the<'otfi- '". ""u ' " -.. -n_ . � e" The t tell.m hll.\l.Ing much advantage O\'tr dais at other colleges the standard' that our present ,'srsit:o-· kicking oU to P. 1.. C. Thostenso n shape for the encounter. -5I!'oond. round matches have betn e��� e:�:I:,��am Iht othtr. The Gladiators ".ere '\I.-tth- has attained, The LogK�rs won that game t.y one lone point :el;': t:e_ ,:� ��d re�� �� ;� o nlhlp. first : �� s� ;� completed. the champl . ne. a sy es t _ -the final .roJnt being i t �. 6 , and good. In�rterenee running- ,en- the pracll� Ihls "'ed:, they' ,houid nnd 5t'CO�d fltaht.. ;t�r :�d�;::�;: �""., h� do: IIbltd the Gladiators to ad\'ance the . . . ,, "'as ronflnt'd to the bench- due ""to e the Na\'r It'lUll plen- The' Parkland Qolf Club _ ' rill' lIt'rl :,t wus IIl1t hard fur III,rr. It'IIm �II ,�llkt.;.:"' I K'\j'tt.. U!'iC"' ball to thl' C. p, S. IS-�ard lIn�. .bt, able to gh llew Iilntss. Ho("..',e,,·er 0111. HageneSl. . na.ted a gait cJub. valued at th'e,dol11:111 " lltlllltllg III hIs\" 111111 t" 'I'rylhlllg tIl ./-!lllll: l p tl � 1 I 1 Carlson took. the ban o\'er tlie gOElI t) .Of f1(1ht. IlI. n . whIch wurbe one. of the man lit th wing position , haridled '�'t' a It'alll of llllllOr Imp.or�llll�'e - line ror the first scort or the gllme. In the lallt game. Me.lltor Olson r. H. E. lderso ealdent prlles. Ill(' post IIkt a vetcran. Th(' Logieu ! 11111' Wt'.WI'I"(' Ihullghl lu h('It11111 ot the :: �; �� of the � 111 Ill\' lllJ.!h.sdwol. dnss. would ha\"c W'(,11 no dls�rn�'� for He (11\1('(\ to convert for the extfl\ had II ctillnce to detect some WI'CC also someI\'hat hllndh.":apJ)('o 11111' .a Co.. hM im._ 1'11" 'eJl In han' l'OIll(' IHlIll(' IlII til(' short 1'1111 uf a Itl 1o n poillt. w(,lIknesse" III th� team'l oUellst'. �� ashlnitqll Hl\rd "'\Ih"Ollt thf' lIen'ices of ClI.ptAin VIC :-'1'111'1', . will d0 eompany hls that Ilounced '1.loeMIs i It look b t (h'e minutes to put Intt'tf('f('nee runuin betng . . , �1ntn. "'ho "'IIS ouIt� ) .i lau5l!' 0f In· , the 0011 RC� the line ro� the see- rd a great dtal lind ' much time Is nate IInother pr� also, S. S, . d f It T t n he g n Before ,�wo minutes of that ,K·ame . had been played it '���f. Of::;��..' �h.r��i;. �� ;: �: te� �h::��� ��r;7��)�0:�� as �O�I:�� �� ���o :�er:t� :a� lU��:' Parklll.nd team ';tarted th(' �ame b�' kicking-off to the .f�g('t could be plalnl�' seen tha� t�e C, I , S, sq�ad \'ould ha,'e one OO\\'n('(\ on,' hls own 45-yard IIne' � ddl'rfs".e as the Lo!I:gers failed to Hanson. forfell; Cecil SCott defeat­ :t Sound If'Am. �OW�Il. "'ho rfi:'i'1\'�,1 h:lr,� haH,le on, Its h�n.ds If ,lt �\'a� t � he ahe� i �·hen . the I,ast Ul'j,(, th(' from line showed It.! abill- complete any pn..<;.�es out �r flft('("n (,d AiI't.'lle Schlermann. 1 up on t�e till' ball. W:1S dO\\lled Oil" hl.� 0\\11 \\ hlstle h.ld .b�en �Io\\ n, � , I , S, d id n�t see, 't to be ge.t,tmg t�· to t('ar 19th _ hole; Harry Southworth de­ haIl'S In ·the oppOSition, atteml)t.!. g I thirty·yard Ime .... Ih(' Lo ltrr� any too much t'nJo�',!,ent outl of Jhe. SItUatIOn for a hnH', and Ushl'rness plung('(\ his 9,'ay The st.nrtlng lineup \\'1\1 be : John . ft'lltf'd LUlh'lg Larson. forf�lt; Har('ould 110t nlak(' l\n)" yar��g(' all lIn� I after Wt' scored our' �lrst I� uchd t�wn I n the tir.st quarter. . through for )ardllge. . 011 the ZQ_ son and Th.06ten.son. end�; Perclvl\.l old Ora} defeat� �o)d Erlekson, :S . S. S. pll\Y�. Ih(')' IlUnted to N�man. Th. I )·Rr.d line Carl.soJl look lhe ball on and Young. . tnckles; Schlermlliln .and 4: atu Carbon def('at.ed ArnGladiators inmJ(>dlatrly tTird a l'omenson, forfeit: John Stuen SCheel. guards; Fadnl's.�, cen- old. ThE 'lallt'I's Wl'n' SI1IlIt'\\'lml n'\'l'rSt'd in till' st'l"ontl qufil'h'r an I'nd run to SL'ore tAle bmalloll 01 PI\S.'\('"!; and hne play� .and wh"l1 till' 1,1I,t.!;L!I'I'S alsll shared in Iht s�'orill,t.! Itt'-n.I lI's, pull'i llg louch-down. Leque falled �o ler; Nyman. quarterback: Leque and bt'at Era' mf"l:! 1. 1 and 6: Hllrold ard nthe fitt(' ) car tled tht ball I.<l . .� f' u\"(' r a lO\tl' illh l\\" 1l allli makin,t.! 11\1' Il'y-fUI'-plllllt . ,.Ihl'rl'hy thl.' extra point, The � at . Carlson. halfbacks; l..1.!iherne!l3, fUIl_ Tru�n l de�eated.�WaHtt....Young ' Iml". A pass WIIS t� trIed. carlson /olainfng n Olll'-pllinl luh·alllagl'. TIt"y did nol Ita''t' any pil'uil' ('nd of thl.' fIrst quart('r Wl\lI 12 to O. bnck. -The second team "'ill prob� and 6; C. O. Olson defeated �. A. to Thostenson. which result('d In the ] ,t.!t'lling Ihlll 11l1ll"1l1loWII, alt.l iI 10l1kl'd fill" a whilt' tis if Illll The second quarter found the I get 1\ chance tl) play If the Tlng('lstad. 8 and 1; O. J. StUCII de· ' # thr on Leq�\(', Gladiators stili ha,1ng things very I I hl\l"e a Intie Iud. h'at('d Wllllnm Rasmussen. 1 and 6; GladIatOr touchdo\\·n. lillI' wllull! h"ld. , much thl.'.lr own ""ny. By a series . Alton Ellingson defeated Clifford try-for·poll". klckro thl.' dirt "'h('!: . " S, S. . e r n n I n rd r As I �ta�e� be,Core, the resul� of t �at �, P:, S. gam � �as �:lI :�l\lI :;I� :,,:; �h� �:�\�e� �I"T��('I� �:�:r� :�:C;::::� .In th(' r �::!� �I�� :��e::. ��:� o:;: � I('1U1 1i tn\ th� colleges .111 o'er �\ ashlngton , Sit up and the try.for point "'as successfLr�t pRrt ot the Sf'COnd qUlI.rter "'hen made the of oth)' Lehmann defeated Be'rdlne " F 'd Knut.sl'n. 9 and 8; Ray H10derlle de. C. P S. reco\'I're<! a Parklll.nd fumble. and take n.olin.', As a dlred r�sult o� that tilt we were offered ful. At this time Conch Olson be-The Loggers took th (' pigskin to thl' a ga�e WIth the El1,tnsburg Stnle N�rmal School: Need �ess gll n substituting the second team, ft:!l.t('d Myron Leque, forfeit; Sankey IContlnlled From h&"e One) , Johnson threl'-�'ard Iln('. \\'h('re th('y had R to say, w,e lIccept-ed · that game, It Will be .played In the first Warl". �ubstltute fu.ll back, pushed �at Edjl"ar Larson. 8 and the 0011 over for the fourth touch- team. one of which Is nt the present 1; J. U. Xllvler defeated John Zilch. flrst-dowll. For two plIlY� the Luth·· part �f �o\"ember at Ellensburg, Injured Harry the John· on list. down 01 Ihe game. Johnson... first S. S. rtson 6 and 4. eran IIn(' held. but on' the third. ' o ar Johnson: Lo8gl"f half . carrled th(' , TIlt, ulllll,til- slalus (Ir Ihis,s�·hll....1 wilh r(,�l�nl to sillall string end. eom'erted the plate 5h ���p "'!I�,a��: ���::a:: Cha mplonablp nl,bt alrlnp Are As FoIlo1ll'1: • ball m·tf lor a touchd.o,,·n. Ba.kef fUlIr-Yl'ar \,tllIl'W's and .Shill' nurmal sl'ituuls Will no tll�llhl k�Ck. The St'COnd aLtln� (ront Une of OInJuries. � working so smoothl) that Ware made the extra point when he put �11'1H.'nd upun .Ihis galli" If Wl' makl' a Slll'l'('ssful Sh {)WIII�, "'IL!\ Ben Palo vs. "CeeU Sct::!tt. to , smash off The Gladiator team a.s yet la free as again enabl Southworth ,'S, Harold Gray. "" a plate-kick through thE' gOIlI·posLS. lM,d prm'(' Ihul Wt' lin' rPlItty fur Ihal type flf {'tllllpl'lition, it tnckle for another�touch-down Just from Injuries Illthough some ' of the Harry Carlson vs. John Btuen. TIlls endcd the scoring. although should 1101 Iw hartl lIi'x\ n'al' ttl sdlt'tlull' l'11UlIgh gnllll's with E\'ans men some pretty hard �eh'ed e e et f Trulson .vs. C. O. Olio!"'. the Parkland t('am ca.me clo.� to the ihlll kind (If ') IJ)lllsiln-m, ' , Hafold :��� \\�: s��������· Th -r:: lC�;e �� knocks In the t....o C. P:S. games. O. J. Stuell VI. Alton Ellingson. Loggl"r goal !it\'eTal times In th(' last 'proOObly The S. S" lineup ,larUng o 33 ;wu 0 half the t the of end ' vs. Dorothy Leh· be Anderson Bud half. but on tach occasion thtr �ost A the game th'; In 'I'o'as It as 5Ilme · l.s a Wl\lI J.so relationship betw.en berdeen Junior College As Coach O n at fled , mann. tht blill by fumb�ts, or o� dO�ns. and Football against C. P. �. ReServea with p, L. C. will be inaugurated this year when our team 'he ..howlng ot the seeond of the Johnson and Tttostenson. end.,; Ray Hind�rlle u'. A, J. Beck. � ,The mo.�t outstandlni pia)quart('r. journe,'s to the Grays Harbor institution to play a night allowed lhem to btgin � g,mt was In · the fourth Perch'al and Young, tackles: 6chler- . Sankey Johnson ,'a, J. U. XII.vier. . ' This will be a no\"el! \. for our men as it will be their ' half. The I...oner defense CarJ.son lellped Into the .game , wh. mann and SCheel. guards: Fadnl!$S, First FII,M Parinp Are .. Follo1V1: econd opportul\ih' (0 perform under the a;c lights Not much and thl' �ond string . . n' " R(Od" . 'Nyman, quar,terback: Carl· Roy Hanson vs. �Ivene Schlerair 10 snag � long thra..' from th� is known oJ the "sirenJ"rth of the Aberdeen team, b�t you can score thl, periOd. . . un . handS 01 N�mll.n. Thls "auld Leque. halfbacks ; Llsper- mann. mark it down in \'our memory book that an\' team repre- After tht'" final perlOct tllul . ' VI. Lloyd Erickson. . Ludvta LarISOn doubtedl), ha\'e been a. touchdov:n senting Coa first his In scnt agnln Ol�n eh �p put lot to whole able a be will city Harbor Gra\'s a I stead 01 of these an lettermen, but Arnold Thostenson vs. Erwin Damhad he btl"n in thl" o�n n ' 5 tIJlti: . Although Gunnette and ' L 0f f19 ht • or them are being given a hard mel. right ntxt to Ihe .Idelines. , . McCog, �r backfield men. ran S, S, run for t�t1r pt)I5IUoo5 by some of Walter Young vs. O. A� 'I1ngelThe gamt. ",'hleh "'as but a pral" , around end for long galO5, , . In IInit'r 10 gIn' tlw h't.l I11 slime sIIPP"rl, wh�' �'uuldn 1. 1l Oladlal.<ln ""tre ne\'er In danger of the second team men. The others stad. ,tlce tilt. ""IL!\ ' II.I�ab!e to Coach 01· · • ""ho ..11] nJ? doubt 5te acUon are: William Rasmu.ssen VS, CUUord son, .so he could get a line on his hus rK' 1'I,t1h'd Sl' Ihnt a secllllll IIf rooll'.rs cuuld down to tlmt beln" KOfoed men. Throll8hout thl" encounter. Aht'nl('l'tl glt l1w'! I t wlluld hI' Iht, ('(I!'il('st WilY fur Ihe IPHIll The last touch-dolfin or the game HageneS-' end Camp�ll and Dam- Mesford ,el1l1 " "o men hlld II chance tO l1l 11'.1\(,1 111111 11 \\\Hild IIlso gl\(' SOlnt' of Ihe sllIth'tlls u dllllHC came v. h('n Leque P L. C half- mel guard., Scott, center Ware Olal HageneS-' u J Edw�rda t" \�ho" thelr ...ares COach PlrIoI iU of 10 �t'('" Ihe tUlIlI lX'rfnrlll t1tltll'r til(' It�hls \ Itlrgt' bu!'i could back carried the 0011 across the line fullback and Hauke and Bander- Myron Leque vs Berdine fhf' Loggers also USl'd 1"0 full teams II(' rtnl('d, lilt' uthldtl fund ftlohll� til(' l'x lX'IlSe of til<' t('um after a series of passes from Ny- .son halfbacb Edgar va John Zac:htllon Thla IS the first meeting 01 tht ulld tll(' �llIdCllls "hu �o, pu\lIlg lhe resl rhl!'i gullll' \\ 111 1101 man to Johruon and Th05tt'nson , r' \ar5I!) football tt'ams of these t..o he pla"'d unit! :'\o,,'mlK'r 7. su Ih(' sludenls \\11 1 11(' gl\ell Mentor Olson used schools but regular gamt. .. m no pWJltl'-nf tllllt' tu Ihlllk lI,er the muller Ih Ihnt hmt' Ihere men during the fracas \ IlsOIi Uros sho..td up well as guard on the doubt be scheduit'd during the com· \\ III IhlUllllt'ss 1)(' II sufflt len I llullllll'r \\ hu tlt'sln' 1(1 gil 111-0-12 ond sttlng Ing; \ell.n E,er since the btglnnlng S S I' POl'IflC I\\e Bill Nyman cool-headed quatterof football In this school In 1926 tht ,I I \Vhat's \Hong WIth clearing the rocks off the football \arsll} teRm 01 thlli school has an· fIeld before the game Saturday? Last year the students got back and Red Carlson halt "ere nualh pla)ed the C. P. S. �.seneS. together and took the largest part of the rocks off the field. the out.5t.andlng Playe.fS In the p, SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES C. The $COre: As t be soil about the College is " ery rockyo more o( the stone L.were Co p: S: p, L C, ha\'e worked to the surface and areju1tas numerous ase,'er,s ���a ea ure 0 e pme. Shot..ell Saturday's TIlostt'nson ' game will be the fic,t hdme game of the season. Whatever youfzneedso Art Metal can fill'them. Deau . Young RTL Grimes and I am sure the football team would' appreciate not to be ,.. . . ..... (or" executive 0 !�, _I�e fiI. (or every pOllible requir� , . ��.'..mann RGL Rhodes obliged to fall on a pile of rocks at the termination o every ( menl; fire lafes of permanenl., pr�tealed protection ; . Tht: rjew . <�, 5"K."""" ���� play, .II: .II: �R 'Tn. 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IQCal chapter of the society The proposed debating society wli l formed for the purpose of arou,�h f i e �:�h'��I�; : ��el: :, :il(;�e �'::�:l1 :.qu.. .. t'xperi_ ence. It will tie an, organli:aUon separate from the Phi Rho PI so­ clely, but members of the latter will act as coaches and' advisers to the

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of the cl�h this year, They are somewhat justified In thls altitude, haw! ....('In aU of their gamf'�'1 Aumnl of Pacific Lutheran Acade- thisthey by comfortable margins, my, Columbia Lutheran Colle.se, and Toyear date, the Gladlators ha\'e scor­ Pacific Lutherary Col]eg� IIV,lng In ed points to thel� opponen,ts' 6, the territory of Parkland, Yelm, and The first game of the season, which Roy w111 meet at 8 o"clock, Friday, was �Ith the College of Puget Sounrl Octotx>r 24, to form . .a Parkland Reserves, ,was won by a score ot 39 Alumni Association. The meeting �e�� o!:ew�� ���;�onuth;:e �hn��; \\'11\ tx> held In the parlors of Trlnlt�' game. The Navy Training SChool of Prospects for a strong varsity Lutheran Church on the campus, and Bremerton was the second team to squad are fairly good this year, Four Miss hene Dahl. will be chalr- fall before the powerful offensh'e lettermen have returned, and somt' of the' Parkland men. man, The district organization of attack good material has been d\sco\'ered among the stUdents that have en­ Alumni was deCided upon at the edT:::tt�:�:��:; ::�hb;S: �a� rolied thi/; fall. Last' year the de­ lust Alumni Association reunion. At 6 score from Lincoln Higb of Tabators won seven clashes and lost present the association ,consists of coma, Thls'was another eas)l gam<-, ' all alumni In one body, and It Is wJ!Jt the ball resting In lhe"'opponupper plduN' to richt: Th(lO!ltemon, YO:1f1A', Sc�lermann, Fadness, � � fl'lt that more effective work can be ent's territory most of the clash, from 'I ft · o Carlson, RA LL Y , CREATES -Courtesy of N�WS , Tribune ::� :;���IC�� alumm organized' In ha�:t���:�7!el�����:n�a.:��'��-'--,--,\ P.EP FOR GA.ME In ,h. ,",moon ih, p, L, C, V,,- o,,,,,I, <lop will .. m"h ",",h" . CLASS ,VISITS -clash with the than any f�ced previously this y�r, Staff of MoorIng METHODS MRS GOULD'S SCHOOL, HaIIowe ,en Party . slty football team \1.'111Junior An unusual amount of pep was College so the team will Undoubtedly be run formidable Cen�ralla . d!splayed by the students last Thurs- Mast Now .Chosen . that many th,ro,:!gh hard practices In prepara'expected is \lt am eleven, er N b FIrst ovem , , -Miss Fo\l.ler s Methods and Obserday at the bonfire rally preceding t10n for this game" attend, wl\l bl ' the alum of -, \'atlon CI8S:1 had a very pleasant exthe Lincoln game, After the evening The Jaysees have a fairly good m�al the students g�thered th(' H geness to Reta . Editorsh p perlenee Ia:;t Friday, when they Student BodY Leaders Cram's Loose-Lear team this year and have been having i visited the classes of the MargarH m rt'Creation room, w�ere they prac- a Appoint Committees to Atlas Added to List good Juccess In their games, 901ticed yells for the eame. Football of Publication; May be K. Gould Tacoma, This a though they fell before the altitCk Supervise- Gathering private school located at., North men were pushed to the front fifty books added to of ,Ellensburg Normal last Saturday. Among the Changes Later Third and "J" Streets, which caters Preparations for the annual Hal- the Pacific Lutheran give speeehes, rousing the crowd to a to 6 score. Several letterby College library sepecia]]y to e?,ceptlonal children. a high pitch of enthUSiasm, the nucleus the las� two .,i'eelul are Cram's men are back to formLutheran Filled with spirit, the group went AlthoUih It not absolutely defl- If � pupilS are to be at Mrs, lowe,en party, which will be held on Inthirty-three of team, �' the the atlas � ar loosedollar , boys s an 'e nde go Of t ye e I t e t a nlte since members may added Ith all the opposition d o ��'e: w�����: :n :r:�:�;� �ur� , � �����' OfSC�:�, :��y are :l�e n = :::::�:p:��,�' ��e :;�;:: ::� ���e;� ���' ::e h:���:�-� :;!���I:�c;�7 s semester, I year' the a In than later �ore dO to the MOOring ehanee , ng the afternoon-the burning of first scheduled for October Hal- cludlng volumes for the art, sclenu, Sankey John�n and Arnie Thostan ef,flgy called "The Spirit of Lln- Mast staH Cor the first half of the. work durl�g one year, If the� are lowe'en erison will start the, game at �.e wing . but because of ' a Eng!lsh literature, education, socl- positions, they change Innight, I.n.-! The rain failed to dampen school tenn has been dt'Clded Olal to be there for but one lear, , and hlstoQd' departments''have himself Johnson made a name tor t�e football s;chedule that cilog)' one year's re work held so as to t fervor of the partiCipants, and Hageness, who was edltor-��chlef a. t>n ' placed .J�t year' at ,snaa:�l.ng Pa.s&eli will an l y prObab be be the "Spirit of Lincoln" vanished curlni' the second semester last year, to be In accord with the public school will see p, L, -C, meet Aberdeen here In t\1o'O weeks' Ume' whJle Thoatenson shows weU on de­ 6 dar dS of Tacoma, amid outs from the lusty tbroats Juni o r College In a night conte�t ' tense as well as offense. Hageness, school has the klndergartcn on this date, the party will be staged . a new man, wUl lee.somC actlon.t _,. of the ,rdent boosters, The crowd will act In' that capacity again this D 0 R 'GoIrIs EIec'I again e red Into the yelling and )'ear, while Stella Sorboe will work and he first three grades, Mrs. one IConUnue-d on Pace Four) , Goul as a large staff of teachers: day Iater, ' , _the entertain ' speeeh- g 'with much show of as mana,l.ng editor" Officers : -' , Executive , -spirit, w h P,rofessor Beck giving a The remaln�er 9f t�e staff as so that every child will be able t!J To all Indications · Ipm Se� Is get the right amount of person!,-I In- ment lhl:! y�r'wlll be on a par with, At rousing Ik, or officers held at CurrlCu tollows; �late editor, Frederick structlon. To supplement this 00- It not �tter than, those ot 'fonner the D,the0,election Several . Ch�nges , R, meeting on October 9, Mau: Spor� editor, Harold Gray; ,�::��n�!r:y au �: �:: y�ars, The program Will contain Lou1&e SChneider �'as c�osen vlceFil!i Undertaking to ' � �w:r t Several chan e� have bet>n made" Help Needy 'in Vicinity Copy editors, Ame:la Holmquist and and to' explain the tunclamentais of ,many novel.stunts and tricks that president, Ruth Howard, secretary, In the &hort C:ur&Cl 'curriculu m tor ' , --, Marle Vand�bUli', Features, Francse peculiar to lIaUo�e'en festivities, and Anna MlItkelsen, treasurer: Mrs, ' To ,help the needy In thiS vicinity es Jane 14vln, Ted Evjenth, and her system, The executive committee, conslst- A, W, Ramstad was chosen as ad- this year, according- to Pro!e�r P. r Th �t'C�:;I�! :'!:�: h�� �1ssi�: Margaret Porath, Exchange editor L. C. STUDY HALL$ Ing ,Of the officers of the student v1ser, ' !if::::�=�; lor t! c;=gn� . tdltor, Ida WITH COLOR body, h�ve.appolnted the following Anna Mikkelsen and Dorothy1...eh _ born' who are Interested In learning Wednesday Octob- MUdred Card,i Alumni Ree�aUon room, , yora Ooplerud ; SPOTTED -committees to ,take 'charge o� the mann were selected to repre�t the the American 'tanrua&e, or prepar� t.h15, Rev, HinderUe; 8oce er . Pflueger, � of the orpniza- Reportel'll, Clara P rmedal, ldattle Early TUesday morning the study variOUS phases of the party , organ1zatlon at the meet� of the Ina: tor American citizenship, . e&On, ·HIUT)' halls ot P. L. C. were spotted hither Program-Ruth Brown, Eric, Houke, Women's M1salonll1')\' Federation in Mrs. BomaU!ad wW U!ach the tiOn, said, ''TIlere 'Ues untold �- E, Pease, b1llt� for IrOQd In the i50dety., The &;Uth'Worth,Evelyn �ma on Oe�r 21.ShOrtha� course lnatead ot M�, Eric and thither wlU'i 'bright splashes o.t Evelyn �n, 8li1 Nyman, R&amussen, Thon. t ::: w�t:eh:��ll:\:::? b�t ': Ha�, Pauline Bmle�, Ruth :��' co���,da�o�m= :.! DeeOratlon-MUrlel 80�e, Fred Lee, so:�yP=:e���i:, �!l= ��::w:�e o���es::;� do more. ThJs adds power and In- Bro1lfD, and -':{)bn Hopp; Typist, were not being painted; It was only Eleanor ';,o,fthus, Del- Mortenso�, on the Shl:!mard M1sa1on, read by oltered and their reepefve et teachers nuenoe to an orp.nUaUon. We �edra OUb!.&kRuth BrQwn, and report, by the an .Penmariablp, Mr Bardon, the outpouring of school splrit('Jnanl- Esther WesUJy &t\ould make our, lives count in a TIlls U!fm marlu the seventh year tesUna; it6elt In � words the Retreshin� Ruth Jacobson Ida president on the co�venUon abe ��!.. � � BomI\ead. EnJIIah, _ MLsslonary way ter Caps" h&d at Hlnderi1e, Fred &:heel , attended at Plr iii\!. TaYl or, �t.hmeUc, Mr 01lon. that the Mooring' Mast has been long awaUed "ROO o r p a Th C disd everyone 8 'W � aho�:re�:;� Pfl:� publlahed Bt� the ' sap-wu �����: U I�::� �.: �O=v �el:n �� lna: �fm�:t��8a�:;U: � �:w:= Tuesday Oetobth e ;:yd :=��:,emben wrW� en- :u:::�a::=:;p:�Mast A1�e :te=: procured from �=n, ��a :de::� Sankey :r:ed :::Yf=:nen� �ere �; :�h-:'n�:.xtmd over a �� c!c.bOltc

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. . .")errwinkle ·Feel Campus FcatUl,cs Ball. Hi"siory of 'Rubllshed BI-Wettly l>iI.rtnt the School Year Eppesw8"Sh GIt ��le W.nde�lng about the campus Offklal .hlilkatlon of Tbe '�laled St..senta the ITporter noticed: PACIFIC LUni£RA."'I OLLEGE C IThe file 01 Perrlwlnkle v: s. Ep_ Prlnted·b}'.Johruon_Coll' COmptmy. 7215 Pacific: Ave. p]esw!lSh Continued) . The St.dent Bod,. living the LlIl. Entel'l!d 5f'COnd-class mitter at' the Post .Offlce at. Parkland. Wash-. mgton. under the Act of Congres:! of Ma�h 3. 187t. - t:Oln d.ummy rood. roasting the . n s OI...:I3::Sr:. nlihl bdo� the, �aMaC�. SI.\OOcripUon prlct' Sl per SChoo]:year--A.d,·ertlslnl Rate! on....- Requ'ut ���:: :. e h����� ".�l POlled. In this lMue we ""Ill .,rlte TbM'a ItAam�n s 11;.\ n .. MI EDM'ORIAL STAFF how It began-;rht 'o;POSlng �am Xav!fr to be ucused to go north. Editor In Chlel-O r HAOENESS ....e� cJothf'd .in ,Uk raIment. ......hlte and "Mr. X\' ltr repl}' lnlJ. " TIs, i-f you' . Managing Editor · S�lll!.. �r� Mr. Ed"'&rdS' �L. musIC class: "If told you about In my I&!t' lette,i. material spotted with poU,aa to hide mun "'here the Eskimos live:' . �=R� �!�tor o t elhlng s el . put l e u d cJ�l r:;'�����:.��u: :�: :e�1 ::: ��lrt;.:: :n�rt::�t��rrd�\h�W�� � I M��n IOQklng at lh{' ITt- J .RIl::: ;�� � ��� I� =ie�� Copy EditoN L. A A-melta Holmqulst and Marie Vandlnburg Bupper Is goIng to ring preUy soon Wall found hidden In the 101lier left world thrO\llJh four e-�'� Instead or Features FtRnc{,5 Janl' La\·ln. Margaret Porath and Evjenth Pauline La.rson: "Oe. my II.,., arc and I alll ver.y hurigry. heel of "prfleld" ,hoe" where It tllo·O. . txchan�es Mildred Card chap,.AFd:· Your .famlshed daughter . hAd tiken �ruge from Ille SCots. Ja.tk� BJ'O....I�. Sail,. and Curb. ;Alumni -} Ida Hlqderlle E,·ei}'I1 . Mon�n: "qh. oh-;-you CHEROBA TERTIA Upon thl, dlscovery the turns qoflng It to the game wll.h Lincoln. Sodetr MlO�.ld· 'keep th� c�aps off rour called from their 'game of �k. to h Na'ure ' . . . Cora"poplerud Stud,. S'uden18 cle-anlng L. A Re a lips. I r n H I th Oh heave a sigh e' campla looking lo·r· a lew Inpos:;�:::�a:. ,.:�;:m=':�u::�� �rl� :a:a::. r!:�:�� �;::::·n. :�� L, A. ) :�� :e_����� ��:� :��'th����:I� slgnl I flClln,t lell\'��. '. For Edgllr "limp Brollo·n.�and J()hn Hopp. An old-timer Is -One ....·ho,CIln reby thrown group e or kicked . He·alllo·ars chirPed 'Wlke Ja.tobwns" dtscu.salng 1)'plst from Perrlklnkle. one of (.he Polkas The ,:Nedrl Dublgk membf'r 1II·hen. the Kicking POst orto P. You little snrlmp. Iginated; also when Ted E\'jellth caught the bail In hb hair and walk_' whether they should return BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 0=1"' U;:i 1 ;: n a I l' ·I ��' h�O ':·k�;P�" WO'k. 0' ';: I JOhn �:h��� st.8rted SCh�l. L. A. � : ; ;e � i� ��-:-;: �: � : � � . � I :��� � h ���io�1a�:':ger TOJJ ;":�:'Hanch o g d e fl ds n t �::;;::; _�_ / . Ad\'ertLsI[ig MAnager : Ruth Norgaard Dear Ma on Pi.; ::; ;:;: :;: = : � � :: :: � ::; :: ' ' ele' 14 �-R:Z ge;��n.��:;,�,��·�:: a:�l �:�� p��lI'!;:, ·bec�� ·t�: _;�,\: a� I ". TelePhO"'onMn'.'d_ F' _ '_ " -=I'''_ A'' '-=''-=--� ----=�-�------=-N.:: ..:. . ::'.::: o� J.:..:HO:.: ::: "':.:."=_ .: ::'.: :"51::: ",:::n 9h. we had much fon the.other Belore . B the servlee wiJuld like phabet 'i�kS let�f!i' to spell it. In _ _ g e I venteenth Beauty Shoppe ' the. A A . NE'" GAME . .. l:�· � :�' a :r;: ���� S���o� ::e�� :�:��:�o/�a�:� n S � �:;era:: :Uf� : ::d��;::' .' ���r�!. :\ow thai. ProfC'ssor Pfhlt'J.:t'r is I ll cm lu' r of till' fat' t1 I t �... on a snipe hunt when .you were kid",? The following evenlnl at the be- the thumb-nail of hI.! right hand. �:,. C����� t!:!� P ! IH' st l hl(, lIi s hlln' a chanl"l' ttl sl ��rl a Il(" �' spurt: . ;\11". 1)f1t1t'j.!C'1" It·, more fun than anyth lnB: bul U's Imnlng of his remarks hl' said. " My neceSsltatlnl th� election of 1I,ne1l' ' . �r:::t;�� =�, . . IS all aut h Or i ty pn nrdU'ry. I I�' not only has 1)('('1\ p n'sid{, IH \·tr, hard to catch any s�( pes. The subJe<:t tonight Is 'Lla�: Hoir.' refNee. On Ille "ery nut play Toot I -:;:== ======� 1.lf til(' S('al t l ' n'hcry dull. hili lit' is a lso \\"('Ii IH'qul1inl('d time for the hunl ls j�t lafter dark o( you have read the Beven- Phl1te!nle was dilchlu'ied (.rom ulf! l � \�'ilh . 11l{' C�II 'Ir Idil)11 �)f IIIIWS lIllIl . nrn lws. anti has dis- You go Into the .....oods ahd gtt 00-. ma!ly teentll chapter of Mark?'" contest. because or tweaking the nose I mfplIsht'd h IIlSt�l f wi l h Iht, inY{,lllioll of l! lI l al" hill t' for It'st- hl � ld a tree and cackle. The snipe More than 200 ha!ldls .\\·ent \lp. of the. opposing player and was remg arrows . A rdlt'ry is a '"I'l"y h ('a l t l1 fu l spurt, {'sIK'l"ially hean you and comes "Out of It's hld'"Those who ralsc<!"ttielr.harids will plac:ed by Joinn Johanson. a Hebrew M.i1e& tone that fur. I h �)st' who. l"111l IInl i!!.ift id pa h in Ihl' mon° s lrt IlU I S Ing plat:{'. 9 ,\. en t co u near the parUeu]ar atuontton:' said thl' bOy from Madagasgar. As It was . ' ' you run V\lt Iand ·rngrab It. None pay ndln\tC's. lind IS grea t J,.!lllllt' for dt' " lo pi n!-( skill a nd IlOist,. l'\"Ilngellst. " Thl're Is no seventeenth now fourth down. and no yards galnsimply ;nust be ' ..tp t'X �rd got of u the ny snipe other Igh � :hasi"n� IIrrows Willllt! \IIH.lotJhletll�· pru\"i .. liP f.ur I�l' .� � , � l.. chapter of Mark:" . I'd or lost. Jake Flshernest. " The !llC"XIW rl('lIt·t't1 ft lr SOIlll' 1 1 I 1Il': TIl{' ('I/ U IPII Il'I\'(, t lf l'ourst" so Ilol' arl' 101" out again 5O�e oth�r Bully of Putnam Hall:' excused hlm, marked with a �\'ollid IICII ha\"l' 10 Ilt' of I hl' 1Il0st ('xlw nsl. \'p Iypl', nnd til(' nllht. When . get some I U !lelf to have his fingernails manlel!rThe RI,ht Altllle lr r ) !lIn'�".Il('nl woul d ht.' wl'li worlh making. Proft's�or Pfhu'!-(('r thl' feathe�. and you ClIn make some l IJlj.otogrflph y ' Tlil � � h' \ a I'd. The !naln drawback out of the e t rece A ul s l ed ude l IS ,,"dlmg 10 Sllp{'I"\'ISt' Iht' sport. lind Ill{' shull'lIls would dll more pllZollos tor �Unl Llu.I�. By the question during examinations that game. the re�t ot the plnyers follow\ "'\i; .how Is Au.nl L�Zle? And how he did not �now how to lnswer. He cd suit:. Time out was called whlll' \\"('11 10 a\"ail I hl'l l lst'h'{'s of his sen·in'. . . nc:le Willie s leg. The footba!! wrote thl': qUl'stion on hi! paper' and this necessary operation �omc--:\ ft·w murt' pt' P rallies �ikl' . till' tlIlt' lasl Thlll'slil,,' nighl boy� have some medlc:lnl' that they la"e this reply: pleted. At th13 time Ille writer of "Ood kno9.·s; I don·t. Mcr'rr this chronlc:le repaired the Inn oughl 10 bring buck the e nl h usi as m th:iI has IIl't'lI ;\ ('hil'f \I� when th�y are hurt In fQOtba].1. Its called HonUnf Mint. It doesn t I�OII[I<T 1'1. l'haradl'rislil' of HII' SdlOol in \'('ars past. to have a �Ip of coUl'e while this · It wOllldn ' l hI' \ery good but .I gues:! It Chrlstma.s: had idl'lI 10 hold 11 rail\" Ilt'furt, l:n'r\" glUlll' lefl un h l' sl"iH'd. smcll ' The ' d a), afler New Year's he it- class reigned. To be CQntinued. I ;:�!y ;!�ec)�I \�� i : )"o�;. ] : m� :��' : lilt'; il sP(, IIH't,1 III ht'I I:� )O l ba ll iyl'll at l . i l ll·oln . �: a ffee. b ck his paper. with 't�1s no- must have .'"r CQ e l k .� n l e have some for UnCle ,··G':' ",� ayh,���red; YO\l get zero DELTA HO GAMMASr . STOP! LOOK ! LISTEN! ' . �:;::le��tlC;. . H pp" N . 1I0w "Hid, .In we ol"ec,<, II", n O I-oIo,d, w , I I . d, I nl" 0", 10' • "'em.", CI"" "'I:!��� RJ.���A�I�I��� hl,:ltIl il's ? In ( Ju r rush fro III thiy 10 day to --rU"'l'Olllp l ish I II(' Friday NitI.' and I . gave t.he poem . ' :;Tl lI )IO. Inc. weekly meeting on Tuesday October tJ1Hlgs Ihal Ill('un so IIHldi 10 us, wl' sfldolll slnp lu n ot in' about the Wreck of the old 49. Some Shoe I � Clue to 14'at ]2:30. The motion wa.s made Photographic Portraiture Iht' wunderful w�)rks of art ahout us. Tht' m:lplt' Jl'a\TS l urn of the kids laughl'd but I. g1)ess It IUiscreant wlfo and carried that the president ape n e t l I l l 'l 7:i;1 Brundwuy Embe7.zled Po�1 il��:g;o:�lt:co� v:�I��;S'rr��; ��rt'').�al''�('�1 ;'�:�I�����"; ���{, t:��l"�� '��r.��l·l�r:!�� �::���� i�:;t l����:I::.n:�: t; :�a;.�a�� }�.:� ·�: ��: =:;� TUCOIHU, \\'a:;hinglon 1 � 1 winh·r is t·omin.l!. y('s � ,,: int.l' r is l· t un i llg. folks.) where It told 01 the englnl'l'r s (air . ' serlou . bring to operation. best the s gril'l ahd senlor5 The . weeping "'I � { �tltl sl opPt'd III o)·tlUr t..nsy rotll l11�' to t'lIJOY IlUIUmll ? haired daughtcr I made my \olce , d stric:ken students ::::::::; : . may. ' at la.st. dry wiShes oC the club to her, The CQm- �::::: In JlIsl (�\\" d ays till' Insl kiln's will filii 10 till' ground, thus treA"lble. The girls said II soundl' ��;;;;�:;;;; mittel' as apPointed c:onslsted or . )lrodllillling Ihal t lw i r lIlissfon is uwr. T1wir lift,. so short . l cry pitiful so I gueSs maybe t'n" their tean and take a new a.spect Muriel Soln� chalrm·an. -Ida Hln011 life. for one ?f the college 5tuHANSO.N'S . " �'('j so IWllutif(iI, so full o( inspiration has no\ I)('('n in vain got a chance. and �rolhY Lehman. . JEWELERS Oh. had a I'�ry rea] exc:ltlng a('nts has found a c:]ue to the mls- derlle, If hul Oil(' h um a n Iwing hns gained jov (1"0111 it . An announcement made that .. time one nllht. Somebody put their c:reant, who � calmly carried our those who desire the'"c:was -' . " . . \ub �In. should Dl.t�':�::��Il ��:' Ilhd It s a l! old, o ld stun'. hul ii ' s always llI l porl a nt . :\(\\"\'1'- foot through the cel11ng over one -of kicking post a ar on the morning of Dlamontb put In thel� orden Immedlauoly. ' . lisillg is I� a rd 10 g{'t this �·('ar. w h id l is l;nol h ('r wa\" of sa i n g thl' rat;'ms In the glrl"s donn. The September 257 S. 11th St. = = . = � = = = = = -: the about climpus. strolling While �lu�1 T h l' :,\It�urillg :'\Iast 'filJds il ha rt:('r going. \\.(' wo iltl('r plas� fell through and some sticks , � within '!' I f I I woul dn t b v possihl(' for lin' s . l ml(' nls I tl palnlll izt, I ht, lind olhcr stuff. I gues:! nobody a student foul)d an o]a shoe � . flv{' feet of the f�ont entrance of' : ati\'('rl is{'rs lind 111:1\""(" dl"op a lit tl{' hill !" WIH'!1 till'\" d o so, kn Oll,S 9.·ho did It I S.I\\ \our at! Ma do �ou -("emember Ilohen you the campus Alter a eareful survey Virginia H. Clark nit' 1 00 1 " 'Iasl �Irs 11II1 JI.tJ"(1 10 w I n do. h ul 1\ lIIe,lIiS .1 lot lI t g r Selb d�n ���� �e�8?I �:: :�::;� ���e: ::� �: f:n� �����:: ���� � � , � .... "''' f) UJ J .... "'1 1Ito..J �J. ust s cape prey as h h he but J kid here Ihat I 11kI' prett} "'ell "' Il i Play.s. Pageants. Operettas, IContlnu� on Pa,e FOIlrI He ,ery handsome His name Printing I • � � 7 1""'IIII ..:7 and Monologues _____ I gue5S he llkl's me too l � T109Ieslad I haH Ull lIupurlunl tllgagl:lilenl 1 lI :i l . bAlo\\eeshuS _ Stationery ecause e\er� time I go past hlm he W ith Ih£' .1. F. \"iStrJbCu. 'l"".."-."'--. .. I laughs IIUIll/lt·s JACK'S GRIDDLE There Is going to bl' a hallo,,"een The most of the besl for the \ H uge - H ut t f h I ,Iii Pacific Tac:oma Ave I party here and all the kids are going least 'Beck - \\ h a rs thal )� Phone 2870 Res. Broadway 2474 to dres:! up and so will )'OU please Hono- :'\o\\ . hl'r('send me some money sof\hat I can � Coffee 913 Commerce Stuen :\0, the pUptr Utl\'t .Ifford 11-::::� : � ����� get a green MIlh Ihat I saw down- �� ��� . Designers and. Producers Xa,·ier-Xow. I h is wed..- WC ' w lost I � bOOkS_ the other day. It ..,..11\ 10 just t n I rp Dale's Confectionery n� i E-Z Janitors' SUI)I)ly M.-s. Kreid ler --;-- t ; ood nighl !Juys! (:0111(, 0 1 1 !:lirls�of Prize-Winning �i :lI� ��a;��h:e �:t:�c!:�h:t Larson:-Xuw. this ullI uunl s 10LUNCHES CO. trustee or In any 91ller fiduciary 11 Brushes. Dusters. Miss FO"'ler--And it is rt'ully \"(,I"Y inil'n'stillg-Home Made Pin Pollsh. ANNUALSSCHOOL . relation. the person name FOllhtaln S·ervlC'e or of Ills MaP1l. Soap Edwards-Do yuu pl ay UII i nsl r ullIc nl oorporal\on fo� whom suc:h truslee 1j Manufacturen of Bardon- \\'{'II IIOW. Jet's S("cl a n �' OI80n- I'll do the lulkingta� :ta�� I E-Z Swe���e� 7nompou d . D�1�Barbe�.Shop . !r�:�o p�a:;:��� �� Mrs, Olson-:\o \"ou won' lMain U6 fl n 12th and A .Sts. Haircut 3SC �:��e:g�:�:�I�e� :S :: t�: :�� 1 .Jr\�ITOR SL-PPI.IES Miss Taylor-Yo�lr nalllt' pl eust' '!Sban tOe eumstances and comlltlons under � TACOMA 2'2() P uyu l l up AV('. Ra�8tad--!\o, is th a i ri�h l".'which . stockholders and �urlty j Park::: !:�7ng"ton l PfJucger--Thost, ur(' til(' Inos; now (ur Ihe l'onsM::; 1 holden who do not appear upon Illt: ==::;: "::; i ::; l 7::1::; S:: ::; Eh'estronl-lia\"e "ou ficaI'd the on(' about Ihe"....""....... ... . IPI. ..... "... . A . .. " '" books of the compUty as trustees_ ' RKLAND..I:icHT� . M B t d FI I s I.d :=: ��:!tI�; � :a�a=� &: WATER CO . P copy- · �'� �;� :(' ·�� � �;�r�: ; � -:! i Parkland. WuhlngtDn .M;:: B:�� er: and �ls affiant has no. rea..... r\ M utual Company-O gunized 19}.1, . r HeQlben Only FW"Dbhes Water, IJ(b& &ad Power so to believe that any olller person, MEN1 OF OWNERSHIP verse side of th1a form.. to-wit: ' COLLEGE INN WaletMAN GEMENT! CIRC�TION! I. . Thal the names and addresses laUon. or corporation hill any m1nimam.W��arll.n::� !:c��d�C.I:OO h..waUr ET s E ACT e e b g C Ice C�Ql. ConlecUonery . . "....""":.;,� ..����,;,�..��,;,:::..�,�,�"��.��.�, .�,,�:,,�;,,����.�.�,:,,�:"' ....""' ... . . '��Q����R:S� � :I! a:: =��:�� ��� !'���:�t�::=u�t::, :�� AUGUST %4.)1 91%. PubUs.her-8tudent Body of Pacl- as stated Hot &ad Cold (;llDchea ' ' by him. N ll l b I . ""r J�;�� �:�er. -IMU�s :e::e�:: �U:: �::r�� ��:r: � �:':�e�� !u��: . . Parkland. Wn. iand. Washlngtol) for OC!-Ober. 1929. Parkland. Washtngton : MIlnaa1n g S,,'orn to and iubscrlbed before me State of Wa$lngton; CoWlty of editor. Stella ,SOrboi': Business Man. this 6th da"'�1 October. 1930. Your Collete Education ";"m enable you to get more. MILDRED ? OEER. Pierce. i\8er. John Johnson: adv�r. O.,,-�. out of lIfe ana Increase your earning power. a Notary Public in and Sluen. . . Before me. a aclfI It �dOl!' not requlnt- an edUcation In orde�'to lee t.be :�:l�; :p:e:������=: L:Ut= ��:n:;u!:���. C advantales of Lutheran Brotherhood \n.llui-anc:e.. OUr ��rr!r ��� . '"SpecialS'" � IQperlor: Brookdale Grocery Co. . :'��'m:a�';:::a!ul!'�n �::a� m!��l1 � :��� ��: JETLA�� ��GRUTI Before. buying .lnaurance. see one 01 our MpreeentaUve,; � or The store that hu it he 15 the business DUUl.i\8er· of the' en; owning holcUna' l' �r cent 912 PaeUic Avenue or write the Home Offlee. l d . TACOMA "'\.. . ' =��'beS:t o���:o:=; :���.r:� ot.ha.;rO�u��bO=; .....'--' "' ...... "' .... "', .......... . . ", ...... ,,, .. , ... ,,.... Pa Hay, Feed i. D t, and belief. a true �temel)t. of 'the none. . �ut"na" c1t",fee,Aood ' t e . (Lepl Reaerve "1.J.te . Inaurance) Drugs, Hard�are (' :::.:w �'p::.,:: �� :! !� �v�a�v: :'e =W:, q.eu: HERMAN L.. �. Pre�Dt shown In the above caption, reqU1rt'd owners. st.ockholdera: and aecun.ty A.rt', .l;Jarber 'Shop .by the Aet of A�t 24, i912. em- holden. 11 any. oont.a.tn not only the . . Kmneapo11l. llInn.' Brookdale 1200-.t Met. Bank . '. . . �kJI"A'bodied In secUon 411. Postal Laws .I1.st Of � Idua as they p � Pat:kJ.and. 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tra.lon or ?acltle st�=:!;{ w�h;g1s1t,::e;�:;'$h:O:� ��Introductory talk after whl.,h I 10,11'0'01, �:u �:nQ::: C � e o or . body 9f the arn.W, �U ----+. (ormain ��e::e 5<:�:t�-��\\�/ :!: Chtn�� :�t!�'"m�I::I�� � r��d_ the tiP . and K...,·JoervenMrs John Salakr retumed tQ her -illneSs. A successful operaiton h� InS ot the Republic of Chlna In e t I e l , �rfOrmed. and Ha:-old Is hbme Saturday. Octobe� 18. ; � ��� "R been from � , . be tr������� m�k�:�� aha��:::t ��r�::"�ing� ::; Pror� n Sly. ot St. slx �onths· trip in i�orwar. where :�· :�::I.eS:�::t �heVt:�a�k:lll� �ho point, The arrows �ul.ar the over Se � of ... colleaguu t sPen� the en e att le WashLngton }: e �rs In China 264. h I are leathere<! with turkey feathers. she \!slted her man) frh.'nds and ror at club elected him mwlonary,. gave a short tallt 011 State 'Collese 97."college Of least three months. which Slued ntar the end ot the on November 7 will relatiomhlps and Sol,lJl.d l$, Seattle Paclflc Colltge 9, reiaU\'es. Mr. Salater returned last The Mls.$t:s Ellot Mikkelson: Lelah :shaft. The! slve,the arro1" a lwlrl� the Chinese :students play�d BellinSham State, Normal 3, Spo�ant with a f�e'4l.·ett banq1,1et at \'''eek from Alaska where he :spent Ora.s.s, and Manraret Carlson, former lng 'mOUon and keep I� OlaM, nlson with e \' :shot· arrow and bow the Uberatlon of China from Unh·ers! t y.2, Whit!"Uln Collese 2, who the summer. Frenc!"? Walter sludtnts, \.t.slted st h c by se &lund olle of a o Puget . Trai l :� n un r p e:!o������ �::: :�.� �� �orIr.ShOP where Mr, pnu�r Dean �::� �layney, of Carle. . p'Mrs: Taylor -:-;ralned, ;i,�th' :;:;��. ��. .\��c� Is Instant one el\ters his study. tollows his medlanlca' ben�, t;On�Id the oonclud�d the series ot talks. He BOOK? wattie, breakfast Sunday morning at ' ... . in China In 1915 under The favorite book among UnlverR- EIght bows are lined alalnst the talm a ny.mtKor of maehines wh1c.h her home in Parkland. Guests In- A 10\'ely auspices ot the AIl;Iert Kahn ttY ' of Chicago students?-the .. wall. and a qUiver of arrows is Sl'l'n he destgned and,oonstructed. Among cludtd Mrs. KreIdler and Mr. and: sh·en.Monday evenlns. October ll, a�tuming-Iathe, a planer, for the promotion of In- Forty per cent of the students ga\'e the background. One ot hI.!; pet lhelle saw. Mrs. CHttord Olson Through various belt peace. I§ to ;;tloot a deer with and a Jig the Bible as their tI'rst choice;· Jaoomon, whose marriage The SoropUmlst .club, ot which arrolli. so a hunting bo�· and drive's, U'ley "all driven by a slnale -Manitou Messenger. Dean' KreJdler 15 a member, enter- to Re)'llold Jacobson. 'lO, electric-motor. 'are with points In sharp AN L GI,IAGE REVIEWED ;t"{ned their nallonal presld�nt. Mrs. a recent e\·ent. Mrs . . tr.'ay·s language ques�lon and �--:Y=ou::-::, h-' -::.;:"::: , h"::: ..::: "po =:n-;:: "dd"', ,:n:,:":-:C; wh=.= rtha K. Landis, at t<inn�r in the lonnerly Mildred Nelson. . recei\'ed theNorchanging )� of the names ot many . IIlry lOOk. Then he tells you that Hotel . walker on Wednesday even- many useful gifts. TI:Ie hostess, ot the major cltles were the leading sorr.e of the voloes Jump aroupd \00 ing. Mrs. Landis save an Inierest- N�rdyce Henricksen, also a features discussed. by M\s.s Ruth much: that the soprano and .ba..ss ni g report of the nat1on�1 oonv('n- P. L. C. studtnt. served a SOrlie, d,ean of women at Augustana. sklp'QUlte a bit, but t�e alto t!on In Philadelphia and of the lunch. Those attending the Write l\lelodieii Mould eg � tr and tenor should be "snakes In the a e a et l I su�:e��: S::�le ��mment_ :�� ��:'��c:;: Ztf��de; l::��';: �:;�,: ;::. i;:e::�'d� :��; ��� intense rh'alry between Le'hman, Ida Hlnderlle, Irene Oatll ed upon the - -- ----.:.-..-.......: leading -linguists.· I,. , 1l�!��er:,fr;' IE��::�S' lt�� Berdine Knutsen, Anna Mikkelson, Norway's __ ' . getting sO far now. that only ridicule Among thO51' who spent the week: Ruth Jacobson. Soh'eig the others agree; but hqt ' and personal reflections result from /6l . ud. in &>at e were MIS!; 'Dorothy COra Gopler t . . end . He proceeds . Lehman an(lUMiss Berdine KnulJien. Miss Victoria Rasmussen and Mr. tile ,\\·ar!are." D . Stepping to the plano. .-A number of stUdentS spent Sunday Arling Sannerud l'lsited frIends at Great crowds vl!!lted Norway a "0," and asks whIch de' " at the Com'entlon there. the COllese over the week-end. .The . especially Nldaros. The scale it You answer. engagement ot these two former P. cans enjoyed visiting the "Land ,'. and . the harmony Miss Ruth Jacobson attendl'"d a L. C. �tudents has been announced. the ·Mldnlsht Sun " For them thinks you've learned ��. party at the home of Miss Nelda Miss Rasmussen Is teaching school was so peculiar to see people IIngert ta ' ··..m o. ..'·h'n""'·,' ' Stanwood. and Mr. Sannerud Ing in the streets at mIdnight, seem. Six In Tacoma, Saturday c E. In ..'"'adY;�,,��. ��.. ��d� , OC:tQber 11 . graduate from the IJ. of In Ingly tn'no such hurry to set home Every Page After a lecture on how to !flake as we Americans are In the old hl.storlf cities, certain discords' sound right in of a memory book full of -Augustana Mirror�\ , have appeared In cathedrals harmony, the professor tries his meanIng and Importallce. CoIParkland Ney!s SKILL. which It took centuries to build anti hand at writing a bB.Sl; solo and In- lege student-s 10\'e to keep It\·\.sltor at SChool on Tuesday, EXAGGERAJ"ED That the skill of the �rlmltll"e man in ;"" hICh was concentrated all thl' :��c��:u :a:lt;:t�a;:�:o.p���o� �a�:r.hOtr.. they will treuure It The Suburbsn Study Club held Its \< annual quest 1P"0grnm at the home r-----�;_-____, making bows and arrows has been Ingenuity and artistry of the ll;)as- melodious,r Havins done your best the most attractive exaggerated, and that much ter mindS. of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Edwards, Tues­ you go to class In high spirits, hop- �tandmakes satisfactory of all glr�. day afternoon. Oyer lIlty member� deadly weapons of this kind The choir gave concerts In Nor- Ins against h()pe that there no be m�de by clvll!zed archers, Is way, Denmark, .sweden, and tqen mlst�ke' for him to find. WithIs the and guests enjo}'ed an lnterestlng . progra.m consl.stl.ng of a piano C:uet ----------- the co�tentlon of a �k, "A Study went directly to Oberammergauj in tlrst loo)c at your composition he of So"S and Arrows. by the late by Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Edwards, vocal Germany to wltne.... the . out his pencil and marks "hld- . .solos . You say, "But, I'\'e' even by Mrs. CHUor<! Olson, a piano How long \.s your memory? Per- Dr. S a x t o n fe pIe Pope. Just Play. . solo by Mrs. O. A. Tingelstad. h . , the University of Call_ h lIlth. How .can it be = . I t�:U�u�fh�e::�ry� �n���� ::�: �:��n,�,anb'U�e::m::� �;:: �:r�� ::!e�. q u a r tl't n u m ber by Mrs. Xavier, Mrs. CliHord Olson, Mrs. what was happeni n g here at P. L. Ramstad and Mrs. Elmer C. five years ago? Old you know DAHL GROCERY COMPANY son. An lnU-resting talk on that at that time Prof. Beck, "Our \'erslty of Camornla Museum. The­ was given by Mrs. John was attending school here? heal·Y. crooked bow, made of Iron­ Johnson of Tacoma, who aitended AOrI." that ' It was the faU of 192$ wood, 71 !:tches' long, drawing 25 the wonderful miliermial celebration when Prof. Schlossklrche, up­ Ramstad came to i ches an� pull!ng 60. POl4l1dS on the on the doorand the Purklull(L '''nsh. hl,'ld In Iceland the past summer. of which the nl�etY-live teach Algebra. Norse, Religion, nstring, ca.�t an arrow 170 yards theses were nailed. They also v15ited SC:lence? Yes. and Prof. Edwards By perfecting The Parkland P. A. celebrated came the bow cj\'!Uzed the tombs of Luther and'r.t:elanch­ here from St. Olaf College "Dad'S Night.. In !.he Parkland school as Dean �t;: .lUil tlve years man, was able 'to cast an, arrow 275 ton-Manitou Friday -evening. The prognt.m; .....hlch with It.-Puge�Sound Trail. ""������" Special bu�ses for parties, glee Ii wo.lhe class at 1925 which conSisted of sel'eral tallu; and various ago. ,clubs,' te�nis, etc. left the sLll"er loving cups, and amusing stunLS, .....as followed by th-: started . STUDENTS the "Ideal student" tradi­ l\tA!>iY Any Ti�. Any Place sen-Ing ot refreshm�nts. tion. These are all w.ortti remem­ ATTEND AMERICAN SCHOOLS. ?!IA BUS! �()MPA!� %43i ��f, bering. but there Is stili another For the year 1929-30 there were ea;, An enJOyable�y party spon­ tmportanl, which happened 10.Ol3 foreign collese �. tudents at­ sored by the Trinity congresatlon. in that e\'ething Yellow Cabs . , . Ambalance ', , saJP,e Ser:rice ntful year. Y:es. that's tendlns school In the United States, . MAIN 43 ' was held. In the.. church I , It was 'In 1925, when . after Friday evening, October 17, In honor' It. htd a pre-normal departof the . oldest and most lalthfui having PARKLAND GARAGE ment tor four years. P. L. c. . ,couple In the church, Mr. and Mrs. mainly thi-oUSh the efforts or Auto Repair "Haisten. � have shown much Professors.Hauge. Stuen and Xa Inlirest in fo church and school. vier, became fully accredited In Gall. Oils and Ate_rift 1 ' J, C, Peterson the normal department. This hu Mr. and.Mrs M. G, Swanson, well meant �1;9 a hlrgt' known residents of Parkland lor numberaof.great'de students, and !,s being Cos many years, celebrated their silver Twt�� '::!Theatrical � Dress Suits wedding anniversary with the wed- appreCiated more and more. SPALDiNG ATHLETIC GOODS t ding ot their youngest son, ' NEAL E, THORSEN Quit e a year WILS 192$. dOIl't WE CARRY THIS FINE LINE to MIss Mary Cunningham, of Hair Goo;cb. Hair DYeI, Toupees, you think? Wip. YMubM coma. Saturday e\'ening, October FOR YOUR FAVORIT'E SPORT B 92 In In ' thelr home here In Parkland. 1':==== ===: :'= :: ' ':==: ':_: 31:"::; � I� "::"':" , FOR THE' RAINY SEASON The Parkland Community Club. at Tn' an Alligator Rain Coat or Jacket a meeting held on October H. de$8.50 to $15.00 The Students' do K t say have Ihey never :: ; 7 .: : . .. F" better served by so doing. been in Tacoma unA first cta. Hain:ul 922 PACJ:FIC AVENUE, . MAIN' no less they �aye ' eat�n ' lkighfen up the home ith w for al Sa\'ing.. Barber Shop Train -for the future . '-School Books, -' . b�o�,�'i��07;f:�t�F�O�� 946 Commerce St. . for e\"eryb.Qtly Supplies Carlyle'. Ca/�teria in the Land of the Future . 'thingand every­ Just'north 01 Fidelity B.1da. Sheaffer, WatelllUUl. Conklln Fountaln Pens and PencUs Liberal 'Arts Cour�8 in Junior ColI�ge Briel C� Leather Good5 State Accredited Nor·mal Curricular Seamon. Flower " Six Programs of Study in High 'School' BEE Shop . . Special Courseg in Music. Art, Commetce The }. F. Visell Co. . . 9th and Broadway I Beginners ShOrt Course opens OC;Qber 20 AMOCAT .909!1i���ma under t'l"per\n}ced CbrlllUan teachers In healtblul.· .:c::eruc .ur� ' FOOD PRODUCTS . : r!,�:'�� !rf:en�ea:�t-=���:L:�u: !=:� . ' . �,,!��:��lIIm' and muak:, 1ncluc11na our ' - "The .Peak of QrWIily" BROOKDA(ETASH MARKEr · , ...... . 1, A. IRWIN, Prop. WEST CoAST G�ERY CO., TACOMA 0: Pacilic Luihel'Jln College , YOWlJ DucU .2Sc �prtnr lAmb Chapa: 2Sc' lb. , .

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Coach OISO n's Men Easih' Game b\ 33 to 0 BY'UarOld Gn,. Defeal 'in('Oln'Elen.n b�: 29 to 6; Schiermann. . In thl' first hotn� gRme Of the . I O���:��' �",;e ' .: � � � seflson., the OIRdlatof vftrslt}' squAd � � � � � i . Aflel' th-ft';llin� l .ilwlIll! so slIl'l'C"ssiyC'iy lind 1\�'l'il'i\"l'ly or- pigskin tossers defel\ted the Navy its Tr",lnl'1g School ele\'en from Brem· Jlt:linlilll-! is lillw prl'st'lll .For thl' first lime !.his 'sell.sot l thl' last EritillY. tiLlr varsity at Ill(' Ih�' ,ncxt 1t:"111 'In !It' Nton to ti'le tune o,f JJ toO on Slitur. JUliior (:ullq.!t': Gladiator varsity hAd A (lhance to gUlls low}',nt'T':l'lllrulia l I 1 t 1 I ll lll ll sho,,' their pro�'� to Ta�ma fa'n� !:::l�:::�: fi�'::i� �:: :l; c��;, is":;\ \I�::�'I���n ���I!: � ;l:, ��h�I��::: J l:'tJj�, ����it;h�U��OU�e ����:�M �I�; when they drubbed the Lincoln High shUllI.! nlll lit' uul IIwre IlllliJ hUlldn'd- 1�'rl.'I'II,I , rouli.n� fo'l' team never .threatened thE' RaiLsplitten; by a � to 6 score in nul' knill, Parkland g?81. . , : , j In thE' tint canto the p, L, C, Iller. lIle Lincoln 80,,·["" Frtda�', OctQb('r S. 'S'. optheil to down ball the worked ' e r . t7, cOach Clifford Olson's men abthat best ,'ethe is :renr \\'ithout doubl the tealJl this' ponellu',slx-Yllrd line. but there lost solutely outclassed the Abe team In represent� this school so we should show our appreciation do"·ns. The Br('merton ml;'n nil the support possible. At tbe aball l<!n all departmenl..5 of the gam('. mak_ by J,!"i,"ein�ntCoache -ol�on's a e r o Ing �Ight('en first do:m?to the Abes: ���� �� d ��: ·n���.re��:St::!\\��a�c:;e!a;�l Wpo�n�� r: �� �h� l f�rs�w��� ���IO�ln: ���: Leque made a brilliant run fpr the threo!'. _ . ' \heir op ponents six. . ' . Gla�la.tors, bringing the .plgskln to The game "'as slowed up becauSt' . the . "�. S. ele\'IlI'l:yar� markel', . Carlson of the extrem('l)' bad cOllditlon . .of For Ihis SIl�'l'I'ss. Loul'll Olsnll �tcS('rn's lilUdl l'rl'llit f;'ol11' th('n th� ball over on an, end th(' Lincoln grid-Iron. TIle soft sand tilt, studenls SdWIl1. En'I' SilWl' fool])III1' was i ll- run. carried He also urop-k)Cked I;UcceSS' on the field,. which Wa!! thr� Inch('s auglll;a h-tl al l ',IlfL.this L. IIIl' it'a1l1s h'ln' Iwt'll hul IlIctlilx'n'. This dl"l"p. �Iol\'('d dOI\:r. the Gladiator prolm ll'" lias IlI't'll till' 'fault j,f lilt' matt'rilll wilh whk h tlll' h'e1y fOT the hy-for-polnt, q rt e e 1 I i Y lr .l ' I l 'S I k scan>. �:� ���!f!l�SS�f:�ba�e:I:�� �:;::�\�:� ;t,:��'�::: lt�::\ :llll�k ��:;�i ;: \��?t: l� II �;} n����I �;::l t!,)��:i: \!,� :;! m!�e � p;���n �� ��I�t��:::� '�rds carrying . the ball to 'thl' . -Courtesy News Tribune. ,Ah'�ne Schiermann. �ua.rd, were the lilt' rt'sult . I hal WI' han' : I. ka m Ihal is tip I" pur wit h 'JI·I.OS\. )twenty-yar� lint'. A plillS, Carlson _-=--,;-----,:--=--,,-----= out:;tRndlng gridmen of th(' en- of tin' small fllur-. ':ll" l'ullt'gt's ill Ihis \'i('inil\' . . Johnson, netted ten yards and on (ContinVfli on Pa,ll; e T",o) ·counter. Ltshern.eSl> ton> the Lincoln ' S S . . ' ·. ., ' " two successive line plunges Jack Shoe IS' CJue � line 10 shreds on hIs line plunges. . Glad lat�rs Clrst ch'l nce 10 pl,ay at, nt�ht W Ill be �l \'en LtshernellS made the second ParkwhilE' Schi('rmRnll ....·as re5ponslble tbemJh�'hen F.mh.,,.I,,, I::': en College at Aberd m�et Aberdeen the� JUnior Ilind tou Mown. TIl(' e lit the reach� th(' gRteI �heSt!ieard for great number of" the LIncoln week Crom this ch�'inJ,!" Friday, Nothing is known ,OCI �the end . the of tt�'flrst half I; to O. ' Of .R .dorm. student r.ecHtng plRyS "'hlch fllil('d (0 ,gain. ,.," 1 _ sure that ("an b strenJ., , >1 h but oC the �'OU Aherdeen team. e Tht' Nav\' team plmt.ed aft e th e The Gladiators soon hit \helr they will haH' a righting- tt·am. Sen'rnl ex·Aberdeen High had re�h'� th(' kiCK-off I t: � Manual I!J hIs sll'f!p. ThInking t I d stride after the openIng wnlslle and'i he WRIS belllg pursued'\�e did . , ond halt, to the Luthera� 24�y:�d were going through the.RaIl�plitior School st:vs . will he seen in theirS,lineup . the .gate -bllt. made, a stripe. Coach OI50n's m('n then wen'" s.top to open forward wflll for large gains. A pass. rut�n YRrds, but punteci �:��e�:a�Il;\���\:�ll�\�,nE:�d;e:�d Carlson to ·Nyman. netted twenly , . If anyhod�' dl'st'I'\'t'S ,t"1't'dil for I.hal. dt'l'isin' win lasl poutenallof�eddang(,T . punts of serIes A do sUl'el" Sdllt'!'mllnll and " :\IVt'Ill' 1.lsht'\·I\t's. .Jat·k tile 1'11];1\', " ball · �'ards, and Llsheme$.�·took n exchanged. with <\rlso1\ hIte. was too fr gh{{'ned to return qown the field on sc\'t'rlll SUCCf"$.<;i\'(, .Iw:k ;ll\\'a�'s has Ill't'll t�I1l' of lilt' I)t'sl Ilt'f(,IISivt, Illt'll hi thi� hwas t,h('the advantage over WaagR, pal'l elf thl' celllnl!'\·. I ll' WtlS fornlt'd\" :1 lal'klt', lllIl IlIsl \"l'al' uvlng line plunges to the eIght-yard miscreant. no doubt. did quarterback . the kickIng for Uncle Sam''; Theany did �'ho full, posilion, pn'st'lll his' illl" him l"Ill1\:I'rtt·d Leque made thn'(' yards. and pSher- Cn:ll'h Olsoll vehIcle. as t�e shoe , Evans "Red " ,Carlson and Myron .sortoofworn bul Illell. Just before the end of the drive . neM took \.he bRII o\'('r on tw.Q. more lla�·k. I.asl \"{'ar ht' pla\'l'd faid\' gOlld Oil Iht' offl'IISt':\II\" for one who Lequ(' are·the flrst chOices for the to � much - third period Carlso�ted a long .wdrh'e� IIlle pla}"s. The ball rested· nl\plld. il did 110\ an):whtTt' l'omillll't, willi his tll'fl'I1SiH' work. h� �Ol's. From a fback positions. Carlson can carry one to the Nav)' safety mall. who careful Wherever f,ield the rest of the quarter. ) hOlly .1 hal saw 1hal l.i!ll'oitl J.!:tm�' can IIO! deny I.ht' fud I�I;I!g fumbled, tudy the Inder concluded hal the ball to good advantage at any reo �fenlor Olson's tellm kepj...tn(' ball ht, was Iht, bl'st offl'IISI\"(' plan'" III Ihl' /.lHIIII'. Iwsuks. pla\"lII . , covering. wIth the Gladiators . that thes shoe was fa size 11. browll lime , besides being able pas.� and wlthl.n !;Coring dlsta'!St' of the un' l his usuul tlt'fl'nsi'\"{' /.lImit' . . color. heel In worn thin on outsldl! punt. Leque also PRsseS and carrIes ' Usherness· mllde ten yards on an coin goal most of the second quarler S, S. d,evold of a �h� lace, EvIdently the ball, Vernon and Sanderson wHl play. but on the next the and but could not score until near th(' ,","'ene S("hiermann. the other outstandin player of'th off-tackle mtscrea the 1.'1 nL of short stature. If reserves ball wns fumbled, wl�h Ihe Navy he has worn the toe of his shoe be ushered Inr.lo the gtmle end Of th.at period. Thf" Gladiator ("o'ntest. is !I. "ete ran at the J,!"uard berth, M o�t of' the II",: recoverIng. . fo ealled are , Navy Thc punted then team made first dowll, but ....'hen his side oC the line th�lt were sto ed as if the� hit the Parkland thlrty-)'ard Une, slightly standing on tlptoe. . Jack Ltshernes.�, who hns been they gO� to the Uncoln Un-yard through one wall. cail be acredited to this stu�:,' J,!"uard. It' was whc,e a st So lteep your eyu open, fellow slu- defensh'e star cluriog all the year5 took the ball and mar nil! Abes' Hnt' - held and thl' thai broke th �ough the Lin("oln line time after tim'e tn tum('dNyman , ttll you find man wearing a he has played for the Gladiators. ha" It twenty·f!\·e y;rds, Lis�er- dents ball lw� lost on clowns. Alter three he throw the Ahes' ha("ks Cor losses, He also blocked the Lincoln h t \ r n e h t f el a t r n a u m a o ::;or�� :� �I�� �:;�o�i�: :la� �l� �h�n �: ��� = h�V;�:/:I:'��Cr� �.: �:l���� �� ��I� �:� :: :�� :� ��:�� �:�l :\�r�hs; :��;I�� punt which resulted in IW� pOint.s Cor t.he G ladiators" Wns home Jilek at S, post S' country. Ing again; fond so ·.,ll t;:..:i!: before thlrty-, the from b(,llut run end ful . frot.." the thirty.flve yard.t"ark. but ,, ;, . ' l IIn(', The try.for.-polnt "college 10\'ers" ,may re�ume thetr he .....as converted 11'f!.o fullback by Larlsllil plaYl'd hiS usual good gallH', hut fot' tilts. rIve yard It was calle<! back. because P_ ,L I ltl'lh'd · to r. Marvin Ware, a ye pllgrlmage� last noctuf7lal Qlson and Conch dlumal , tilt' wilh dusst'd I!l' Leque low l'HII 1101 when ht, do kicked I railed. a Ihillk IlIll'sl l (' r Id ' IW C_ play('r was holding. Carlson agRln I :1.I�o\'t, "laYI'rs. (:arl�1I11 tll' wlltls largely upon his spl'('�1 The Bremerton captain chose to the klck.lng po:st as they did In day:s re!;('rv(', sOme ace l. took the baH on an end-run to the I IW � " -t'lld rUlls . so . was ha.lldll'tlppl'd a gr�'at dl'ul h,},' !lit' receh'e, bUI �n the kick-off Brem_ thrt't'_yard LiMemess agaIn I fill Ills . I nit" hI' did !1H�kt, st'veral reton � t.ou'lhed th(' bl\ll RIS i� oC �alld 011 �ht' 1.11\('0.111 fll'ltl pro\'ed reliable in pinch and took l'oal gallls hul If you wdl ('hl'l'k o\'l'r Iht' Sl:lllsitt'S IIf Ihal rolled Into the end Wne, Captain tht" ball O\'er on · two Hn(' plays. long ;J.I I11' , I I hink you will disCt)\, t'I' ,lhal I.isllt'rm'ss ,l!uilll'd Iht, WolfkiH reeo\'ered, but was tackled Ltshem('llS also made the extra point J..:llIlIsl behind hIs goal. gl\'lng the Lutheran .... ardagt· . , on a play through center. tearn two points. It was not long ' After the klck-olr st.art!ng the I before Coach Ol!;on's team lI.as ,�lt· !«'e()nd half. P. L. C punted arter ' F.�ellltv Studen ts . ling their stride agaIn. and Carlson ,"succellSful nI makIng anything on I .\\\ \' C I ri7r onven 1011 scored oo a prett)'pass from Nyman. \!J, 'C'1' ...... \.!J-" ('n( : 1Im.--pla�·s. llht' punt w� �rfect. e o �lbers and stu-, ag:{� :n���h����!� ��: �!::Ia�,�t� ����g !;��� �:�:�Sn:nSh���edt:o� Man}" fflr�lt}" C d O r le n 11 \0-12 r b kl l t k T��� �':re}�o� t�:;xa�t :�::����� ��r�;�gS�:h�::: �:� ;:�!;a:! Wilso Brus, �:.l���t ��� �f �:n:er� ��:;�� ::�:}{': ::te:d:d ::: ;::�g�:r� used but mean the same that His t 11 r Haberdasher;' , I t al e al n t. m a ; =u:�::;>'l���:�k�� �: b�;; ��:;�:I ��;, !:� :�r��an: �.a;g�\�� ::�;� ��:� he::j��::m:� �::�:� :.Not � a thing,. Vons the sad reply. ��� lI"as In midfield w�n the final gun two polnJ.,<;.. SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES from all "Then . cast your net on the right wns shot. Af�r Lincoln had klckl'<l' from Ihe and · Tuesday.t , Speakers J . :�n��-�'a���e� ���e�;� �ar:� ::=. �.;OOun��:he��::e;�� S!�;;' :I� :�U:�. the result of this ;:���; �:e:�: :�: �:;.::� t�(' m e g n a e al thE' nine->'ard line on off-tll.ckl(' and from Pierce and Mason countl,es at :�� ��;t�;:, t�: t�:�)��:I�S c;;;: of the game, . although the entire L. C. team worked In perfect coend P �I Ys. Lishemess "'ns chosen I th(' \'arlous 5ellSlons that w('r(' held not able to draw It. The result of P. . _-,,, " . ,,,,-, ," -, "_ ' 01_ -,--_ �� � �:,r;: �; ��;k��I;;d;:c����:d I in the Jason Lee l�termedlatc simple obedience! The..."'f�onal system of hold- It seems ensy to think that Jesus the disciples. yet. Jesus Identified Leque made the try-for-polnt . Th� school. takes an In�rest In the big things HlmSt'lf with them, . Many of �r ball remained in Ltncoln territory Ing leachers' !nstl�utes. with Instruc- of life, but we find It difficult to hours are spent in pJeRlSure hunt(ng. the remainder of the quar�r but tors from Eastern colleges, proved believe that he C!Ul take an n�rest LRisure hours are often the most Gladiators did not attem'�t to popular with the teach('rs assembled. the the In commonplace things Iof life. dangerous hours, Many s,ins are. . score. Oh, that we col,lld bear In mind that commlt\ed during !eisure hours. How At the bea-Innlna- of the fourth The lineup: l J w n quarter. Lincoln made their only Lincoln ��e la; L. C, P05. ::re�. �::ld��xperlence �=w:J :��ksth;po"" " �" th�� .,�,' ®rllcr \lour tllt.lIs eurl\! ' spurt o! the g,ame and made a first Johnson Bald u _ In had change wo W he hts 1 great k , .... " � 1 � taking died · He In hom name His. • .down but had � punt. The ball perclval . . . ..LER, LTR.. .. ss ��f �:�us�o������ :�� an'iI commlttlt:!g many other rolled out of bounds on \.he P. . L. C. Schlennan .. LOR tuke allualltnge of-tile :s n ; � :�s��� �:� � nine-yard line, When.J:arlson at. .... . . . ..C ... . .. -. Johmon hour. The housewife would prob- Just . as Je�us supplied the dls..Lempted to punt, a big hole in the FadnellS ee-l ... .. ..... .. Gt. ............. Holm ably sing or at least be . happy aU clples-:Wlth Sch willer runge ,of c�oice . so a'multitude or fishes. line left open by' a substJtute_ Young ................RTL. IC) Rellrdon day 'lI she reallU'd. that- Christ wns wUl provide our daUy needs, tackle who had Just entered the ThOstenson REL.: . wa\clling over her bumble ";ork. He jlOssiblr w�i1e our stoch However. we are not expected to sit i game, and the ltick �u blocked and Nyman .._.......... ,Q .... ... Shuster Brooks As students. we need more than with .folded hands watching our recovered by a Lincoln player, giv- Carlson I C ) ....LilR ..:_ .. .. l""loMIu! y ever to reaUu that Christ is In�ng the Abes their onl)',6COre of the Leque is com plde. . . .RHL .... ......... Mazu. terested' In our dally 111'. Difficult necellSal'les coming to �, Jesus bless.1 day, but eos.. our: eflorts, and wlll give game. , Ll.shemes.s .........;F ....... .... Brunsta.1 tasks �me before Us evel"}' t. P. L, C.-Campbell. Jesus sds' our . feeble strugli'les and strength lor our labors. sh:!: m�:; s:���� ��ete !'�h Substitutions; SO M t ��t uour :,qoict now. � �maU �,po.it from the tl1ty-yard �e dow:n the =';!l�L=�. ;::' �n!:� 10��h�USm�ren;�: :�e :=:::;::;:: : =====:::; ran, Hanson, ! ;::;=::'======::::::; ! DR. H: 'L: MONZINGO , fuill qolb vou:r cadlfl for von: Ulltil tutbtb_' !�!��f:�ba�:d�:��: 8:: :,la, Atkins, ,Do . the eliM-yard Un!, a �ard pa5II . , was called, and �ue tos.sed)a pretty SummarY : P;1nit doWllll : P: L. C.LIEN & SELVIG 1112 Wash. Blda:, � 2810 throw moo·the wa.ltIna- ,anns of Ny- 18; Lincoln J: . Tacoma, Washlpcton man, whose feet were on scodJ:lg Passes : Attempted-P, L, C, 8: ·ImpOrle1'8 of Nor­ turf. Ware made the tty-foI:-po�t Lincoln 6. COmpleted-Po L. C. J; wegian Cod Liver -,. LIncoln 2. Intercepted-P, L, 'C> I; , Of!. a line SJWL$h, , ' Oil The ".tire .team showed . Ute � �co� I. i.eave your tl.lJ:na; wi", . JOHNSON-COX COMPANY . tbey have thIs yelU', with Ute line . · Penaltle.::: p,. L. C .....:P: our times for developlnaand print1nl: One" day serv1ce. TacoDta Avenue and 11th PHONE MAIN "9 probably: �WltJng tor the number 40 yards; Llneo1l\-2 'times . for 10 Cor.BUret; ,) .72� PACIFIC AVENUE , , �ma. Waah. of touChdowns. 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01 �he mt'n han' come ftom Alaska, Tht' PUf1X)!;t of thb t'lghl�n 9.'��' C'Qurse Is to help thO1St' students ",'ho, from ""ant of 'opportunlt);, or � olht'f CRUSH, ha"t not bRn .ble to gtt an eduC'1ltion and bl' rell�n Of this h,we brfon handlcapptd In their ","ork. Studl!'nts aN' sllJI for this course - ---,. -

. By Ern Haall.. The Pselrtl: Lutheran College 1001ball team )('ltv.. Monday morning for Yllklm", Illht'rt they "'111 pia)' the !!trtmg ElIl!'n$bUnI Normal �Rm The game. which ..,111 be plllyC'd on d f m �I�$ �\h: ��:t��/t��"l �; t!.� President :s Trip . '�hoolJ; hlH'" met. A large cro.,..d L� Results In �any� it I {mportant Acts · ������:!�a� �;o�\g�:�dl�;C: L La n UI F d 55· d c:onvt'ntion In Yaklmll and wlII bt' ', ' n, ...n:., Fellow Pastor.s C h r·t" ' n" �K n·u,.� " �.�. ,.. '.p: on hand IQ M't' thl' glllmt'. Prt'Sident Tingle-stad ' Errect� j::lt!lIIll/lar'y Tn all probablJll�'. this oom11\lttt'(! to drllw' up C:01L�t1tU' A�.tend F{uneral will Important Businesa During · e S a H d A ; R f s H I \ Uon. e bt' the h.i·dt'�t on tht' cht'dull' o tht' e E u ;on To' T hI !' 'I'.dd XI.< \,\ �. S l Lutht'r�ns. tnddent-llll)·. Ihl"Y ha\"t" Minister, Re". Olal Prominent At decided \I mtetlng .thl5 ,. . � Die Quieti)' Skattehol. s Ix-en POlfltlng this enoountt'r. and Although PTt-sidtnt 0 A. Tingll"- Speaker at ':uthe.r.an Co!'fer- In\·\le t�e grAdUating classes ot June . At HIS Home ·l � to Join. There are no dues. and d \' t o r("('('nt trip IQ the MlddJ._Wl"st1 en('eJ;�S�r!�;t��:; nl �lgh e\tr :�! IIP;:a('t b��II!� �;t�:u � :t� 5tad's y e ellglb]e on for membership Is Rt'\·erend Olllf Skattebol. 83. Pha.�s . _ ._ P�c:ltlC: LUlherliin IIInd EIl!nSbU!1J' mill)" han' had Intel"l"stlng from PIIIcUlc: f.ther-ln_la of one of the Plllc:lfh."' enough bU5ln('5..� oonnectt'd Dr T Gulllx:o;on formally IIp·Hed. GrlllduatesCOlumbl1l hlll\'e won Cl"nlrllllllll Junior Col- thtn' l' College L n ully mcmbel"5. _fllC l'II : Luth· Acadt'my. Luthl'ran ClI . II� � . Practl Installl"d profl'$1!Or of 1 ... Ith tht' jouml'\' l(l make II far mort" Ittt". not mUch kno""Jl of th� po" _ P ft'$1!Or J. U. Xavlt'r. and fOrmer �r ot the Normal ·Sc:hool. . ..... · llnd presldt'nt of Lulh('r t'ran COIlt"ge. SPOkln,!g. College. IIInd ��� than a ml'l"I" p;ea5ul"I" Jaunt Whe Tht'O\otn to�:n� �:h;: �:.�t: N::W�� uked n are Luthl'rlii Colleit' PBc:lfic OctQ�r on y r St>mlnl'l Tht'OlOItca] EIlt'nMlllfg boMU a tt"lIm th� I!; all the' important tfllnsac:tlol\S fO: n a · ld o n 5 1 iI t ' a qult't· dtat� �.� ....·hlch the trlp .-as made had. bet'n !�lIIk�; 1I�· :h:" L:�:r:��t�d::t; l �� :!� ::lIt�� 1::·lauolI Is to =.��O�.� tQ;� die. �:t ���):nht�(' �15���� o;h::;;. trouble. on Thuu­ tII \C: PII. tht' Intert'st·\n e · \ ac:tl. n II. creatt' lut hen' COn\·tnUOn UtilI' \"I'ry was there (!Ilrl' t'n k : ��t � year. ll deff'at. but sched�l(' fat ... Ith�t Y d t · mer fo among College Luttjeran offlclll15 d n _lII church l hlg MIlII), hlt.1i banit"d IQ a scorel('s.<; til ....·lth time left for other I'ngallf'ml"nt.� � A� hl5 funerllll: ht'.ld In the Col\t'g" � thl" POr'erf.ul GonzlIIglI tt'am. ' Thl" ....·ork startt"� ...·hl'n P�t'51dl'nt :�:�s;:�nl-ll""�::I�:�ot�:_5C�C:�:;)� ::t����· ea:�e ��;h�!. t�:I1\:(')[� Chapel Mondll}·. No\'emlx>r J . Lo8lng IQ tht' und('�-rlltt"d Aber- Tlngle5tad mct In c:onfl'n'ntt .....Ith Our 0";,"11 presldt"nt. Ix> a business and social were nlnetrell of hl5 fl'\low 111 . .... mtetlng Tingt"l5tad: Dr. cI�en Jut:l}9r CoUt"gl' l�t- ..'..�k man· paul A. PTl'us at M!nnl'lIpo]l� on sPOkl' lit till' bRnqu('t In tht' t'\.f'n- gBtht"rlng be held Friday. Novem- ptuent The IOPl'lIkers \e ds d .I Pd tht' othl'rll.'\se elt'fln SIMI' of thl' October 5. for the pUrpo.<;£' of obtaln- Illg. Dr Nal'!Io5, EdW'" A. AIlSilllllrd. · pI"I"51dl'nl ber 2]. Meetings "'1\1 pe In t.he .Rt' Other" ,",,'on. and Tingl'l5lad. Fos.�.· mOn'. S\'Rrl'. Lutherans In thRt glllm(' they ]Ilck_ Ing Ihal p.l'rson·s Sl'r\"lcl's ('ndo.....- of Ih(' Nor....c:glfln . Luth('ran Church ChBI)('1 ba.s("mt'nt. J pasl(lU .....I're the tht' among frll'nd� td one of thl" main t'S�ntlals of mC'ut fle]d man. On thf' \·try n('xl of America. gR\ .t' brief Rdd�ss I The Parkland Alumni AssoclRtlol;\ lind footbllll tellm. and tha� II'- dllY Mr TI�gels\.&d Rtlendt'd and ('n read the \'0....." and IlronounCl'd one of man)· similar orgllnlinUons pall-beflrl'rs. Of his . seven living fight.. But ··....'hat .....as our.joSl!, ....·115 took paJ1l th Splrltual-Ufe· COII- th .. I s U f t. ('..... that �.lJ.1 formed In the near .children five .....ere Pn'sent. He had II]SO ollr gain:· tn thlU the f('renet' al Albert Lell . Mlnnl'sota. th forma] n lRlIA on o he n fulure. 'clrhl' district organlr.llU. on of thirteen grllnd-c:hlldren. t'ren atlebol ....a5 . born sPirit . ....'iIl bt' greatly augmented .....hlch ]IIMt'd ttl!. OctoObt'r 10 Six dllY" pr('.Dr�ldl'nl txl\(m gll\." his Inaugullra l R]umnl decided upon lit the last Aa!.Rt'\"Halllng Gull P Norway. . In · 1847. ;;",; I (ollow'n,<,tII"", agaln!!t Ellensburg. . IRlt'r he atlendrd thl' Installal10n Addrl.'i<S and ..... bid ....t'Ic:ol11l' b\. Annual A]umnl As.o;oclatlon banquet. . �tto �:�,t'�;a ��: Aa 5 III n� A tr..... of the regulars arl' on tht" Guilh:,<;o()n as pl"I"�ld(,lI t of the rl"tLrlng pre5ldent. Dr. M_ O. j 1m It ..... felt thllt. morr cU('(!tlve IIIUndt"nded 'couniverSity. Cllpltal the ChrL�tlanla . '. Luthf'r Thf'()loglc:al Sl'mlnllry 011 Bockm.n. ....h.o ....Ishl'd hlrn thf' bo:>st .....Qrk can'be donI" .... hen alumni IIIrt' III as also InJUl?d ]l.St. but .....Ill. .be minister. .....hlle I No>''''. ' '_···_-· I . · n�I�; P�:�I� �;�s�� ..... orgllnlzed in ]ocal dI5trlc:15. 11'(!()\'l'rl'd to �tllrt thl" game. Thf'r October 18. JU5t t\lo'O days ]atN. h!" .of SIIc:ttSS In hl� �e..... P03ltion. c: Unltt'd the to aml' He are w..'iherne�. Sc:hlermann. and delh'ert'd Ihl' Foundation Oa)· Ad- thr After�oon rl"pt"esentath.f'5 of \.ar_ Theo1oe:1eal 8I'm1888. and pr a h d Thostell5On. Nl'\'trthele5..�. coach dl"l"� at Lu\tJer CoHt'gf'. [)('corah. i IOU5 othrr oollegl's brought gtf"('tlng�. "8 . Int" 'u.'. ..n,..u,.,. Dr. P. O. BeI"5t'Il. . Ottee Mlnn�sota " Comml . aga Olson ....·t"11 tortifll"d ,,·ith rl'sen·e 10wa_ honbanqul't IIInd In the (,'·I'nlng l a n ' · I a e . ���e:1 �� �:n�l ;: �:I';;� �: IIf!:r... �� n:t�::�bt't:��::�� � =\� .;:; ;::���e:tt·o�:�;�:�� I To. Report Soon �:s::: o��:� :. Thorsby. Rnd he laught In Columbia l� former"' yelrs Inc:luded In n'st "'ould forlhcoming. but thl$. Ity HOSPLtal Al;.WI;lation. president oC E r e O P 1 O r n Io nd Pro b lems . �o Be Soh'ed ��f ;� ��5:��:���;��r��n 1891. 11 ""0""'"' �;:k� �t �:��:n�() G�O\�: �::�so��� :.�:" -:::�de�t :� :�e :�. ;.\� Many �::: ��':����:�:1 - Before DeCISion CRn In 1876 he married Emilia Tit'tJen anclr,Knapund. tackles: Hagl'- on OctQber IIInd 01' the next da.\· phlne Heyerdah1. daughter Be Made . . SOuth...·Orth. ness ends; lind prelIc:hed at C·aledonla and -She died· In 1905. . Palo. Sanderson. Qualt". Vt>rnon and l(ln In the saml' state_ On the 29. roups present ..�:. c:ommlttre. minister. The fac:ulty Since that time. Reverend "''''' ' ·.II�'''''' orglnltathe attended hI' II lind 30 . Hauke. baCkfield. wnslstlng Mr. H'..uge. Mrs. Kreld- bol lived In Tac:oma and Park)and CIever 8tunts ler. tlon meeting ot the Amerlca� -Most of the remaining . Umr ot Lutheran and Larson. Olson. s. t MeSll time which at ago, years two until ap_ also HI' COnfl'rl'ntt. spent be perfecting 111 . .... on prac:Uc:e , -Pflueger. has bet''"! a thor- he went to live with hl5 daughter, plaY5 and 5trengthenlng the offense �l"I"d before the QoardIQ EduCII- Halloween Party Held Satur- ough canvas:> of themaking possibility Mrs. John Tenwlck. In ."" duo, I doub, dB" \Vind8; U'p in Grand publishing an annual this and defenllt' whiCh will be used lion of thl' Chun::h on OC: bt'r year and WI�lngton. . lhl' found Tingl' tad sldent P Gvm Around �larch i.s Tl' of Many Ellensburg. agllinst .....1\1 be ready to r�pon Its findings . ---more rough SPOUi that showed up In the Pl'OPII' In thl' Middle-West Cle\·er 5tunta amu.se<l. the students tIl.Q the Student. ,Body on .Novl'mber Aberdeen game will a]so be polished ft'lrful and dl5couraged as the ·ho . annual Hallowe'en the IIttended .... country the of c:on.dltlon "'U! rely up. SIn� the OladlatQrs There are thr� problems IQaI �· Iiso party held Saturday. November I. mostly on speed and deception IQ than he ' thoUaI)( necessary.WISHemorr a uUsfa.ctory dec1 � .with---, Taylor In the gymnuJum. Original and solvedbe before o\"ercome lhe Tuc:hers. much time' declare5 (hat the wrather p�nted "'�re by Ideu etrecUve gQO(\ hl� for lhan errllctlc . reached In the publlahlng of T08l'ther dub ad\·l..ser and _ nt In prac � . m U d Ubtt'dl)· be tbe . �a.." The Urst 1a the qua- ,,·m act . �cln Il ° � . u d th i l?Rturda)' lfferent &TO ps he he lth On e f rst t g that ph 0 I' gllme. ����I Mi•• coac:h. the faculty "� lChool · · a "8&& the not on or whether .of Middle-West Ule lher- The Delta Rho Gamma girl5 made U rt Thl' squa.d n'pn'sentlng PacifiC spent In the � publ1ahed every year. The otfanlzatlon cOmmittee. shot up IQ 86 d�rees "'hlle fun of the dIfferent duae.s of people should . B. L Mrs. Luthe� COllege \.5 Ute 5trongest mometer Hauge. E. Ph to be pruent tQ at �1Il& . opinion an street' In a In riding �n "'eek later a cold ....'lnd .sent II haa been de\'eloped In lhe h.\.5- one "to N. J. Hong. C. O. Olson: and Ingenious IItUe tp.r«. The c:ampua th� �affyectarlythat It Is necessary do",n belo'" the f�lng point. �ory of '"the lCl)ool. Of the de\en � publication In a school Beck. � plc:ked. a group of ntlng on his trip Presl- Nit-WIts.. otherWIse Ted ' E\'jenth. ohave In co I"1""I"!'llrs. , ten an'. lettermen from dl'nt dents, at.ter .severll Lryouta t tbls dep�f\.(!ant:1aJ The f Pe. � Monson. and Monson, Y lJi d $8ld '"'I11ere wu 'ont" Clat(nce lut ear.s squad. and It Is around UltnaTinIIe &lao been felt u a problem held. lQ act u· the nucleus many laughs with. their fool- sion has that 5 c:k m� "'ith particular eaus.ecl �Isynucleus that �clt Olson haa �� Is a �uatlon whether the dramatic-literary soc:�t( . gtTJ.s had lit tory nt'M. Donnl The Im Luther. fou I P8dtlc: It foret. n many a cltance to 1011'1 developed 5uc:h a po....erful team. an COllege had · would inter-e wlll·have friends In -the mOCk. ,,:eddtna. In a repruentaUon publ.!.&htng of � "Sqa' e clal U of f East. ....·h 1ch pleased me mightily:' ��.�a���tYst:�n�g�o:etl1�-:�:� .�'�oo�: �::� ' CCt'M Ul th: :�I'�C:�tr� i �n:t: In general soc:lety work of the of that e question chatfe nd· i -f Is tin&!. Th acm.eeUngs In lheir t oonduc: not Club . . coroance, with the best rulings of ing the best method for cltoosing a with the help of Mrs. Taylor. ad¢- l m';'Y" n""",'og stalt. TIlt' method e�plOyed lut I'r. Du�ng. the year the soc:�ty 100'\11 parliamentary 11'10'. . A laP.J'dance by Frances Jane yellir wu not Idea);-and the com- sponsor one tw.o or three m.lttee hopes lhat some plan may be .several one-act plays, and Fog ,and blow-out.& provided thrlllil The la&t pep club meeting proved Lavin followert t.hls.. 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Cla� ���� �ue �:Ide���: bY t�� ! Dr. S_C. "....... .. o Cor I r .i r h o ] r On 5 ..... "". ...' '. . .... " at th n on '''" Octobto 1 . ..... . ..... ....... . ;..";. ... ... t � I r - The Fourth A�I C�\'en!ion ot fo�r ��;\s:�el: �e; ��:����;ll: :1 �:'1::: p��::;�;: t!: a�:��� , . . . f on at b e B eth t LUl O ColOI Y �!I!I.II Ruth F'1ldn� ,entertained '" \ Octobe rs Townp t , : n tif'� k Studio e � �: � � � �::;C; !���:� &. M ed to Ut' the On HartlOO g ' Sunday. M . S. r : � from a ndln State . at her cl - group Of P. L. C. rrlencl.ll h.ome Wangen. the Misses ViviennE' and le�. thf' Norwegian S�'nod elect("d u hera . u elh aPortl d.m n. last Mohdaj aitertloonManual Th ( r. send · Bulldlllg. Tacoma. Wuhlnlltoll . In Parkland saturdar night. o:tober J�llh,jne Wange -n and Esther No;. Dr· Slgu�d" C. Y l\·i.saker. preSident. L t ;;, � n::e ·ber l � Of� namely Ethel Stllmeue."Nlna �sw:�. n · o r 25. :��s �1 '·I� : a SU�\Pt�o�s �:�� �n. Oon:,�h)'. Lthmann. and Olga ' gaard. all o( En"re'tr: 9."ere guests o( Dr . YI,·lsa.ker h�\ servffi falthfuily .� Here u:r:e :tm:lns had repaired to the library to -SaH\" Wangen and Ruth Norgaard (or St'veral ,·eats on till." Board of qqet In the church at .....hlch time Kell. Of Henr� 'Flott spend the noon hour assimilating !'.Its Anna Molnlch of Portland -Regents or Bethan� the tlelegatlon and other \Isltots and He II.IIIIaY5 quoth , digesting the State Manual a �:: o ad te e \ Now aln l thlH hot�. ll r He om f graduat III e nt "' e ll until about on� Luth r :':��:; � :: lI. ; ;;: e ffi : ��::� :,e:�: o:�n ,.'t:�t�:��:� : �:;: ��e �:�m:nu:1 � . : o e R E ra Gopleurd October 21 and Oct�r 30 ...�.�� . u an :�ec�� ;a VI::�� �/ � : : �; ::� l �� : e 1903 ��e��:e�� C f :��� ot ; ���: �:"';d O:°7� :;1' to unlock the door TtJe firM bell work at the Unherslty oJ Mlnne� Luther League In his gret-tlng statffi for The fOliOllo1 nltglrlsspent the lloeek' ; WI.th The Alu" 11tl and one oclock clao;s rang and grad�atffi from tht" eomentlon theme Chrl�t the the the In 1907 second �lIn the tlrls IIoere In md at their r:espe<:the , homt'$ . lUI' MatiI' Luther Theol�cal seminar) Ham sole foundation of the whole of . Omdtl and Stella d r . anCt' 'I\� E,er) once In a "'hilI' Johmon In Edison Mts LoUIe � formerl} Ine� Ime MInnesota ,"'or three yeats he blLSl'd on I CQr 3 II, Fur other � n 1 and Grace HO!�r. �l!lland: hll-5 brt'n III for some time �:�.d���nt;ea �dn��e:;���. �� I:;�� ����d:��� �:�al�o \\��c� ��C ��:;; · �n;}:��:�e : )�:�h��� � r�:::; 1 . . a t l h l h ere and h und('�one an operation on a� · Doctor us.. · celvl'd. the of Phil· young :: degree of ��:�� . 1l� .0 �h� � �ur �)(' Jes · He appealed to the � ,.J MIss Ruth Sro"'TI sP:e"nt t�e ""eek . e�\II.;·ned � end. October 24-26· In Seattle. "Islt• I her neCk. She Is re-covering and \\.11\ osophy from that unl\"erslt)'. He people to bUild t,helr IIfe's st.:ructure behln�r locked . doors. lan gt'$. sOon return from the hospital. Hl'r majored In the Semitic . gU a uJXIn that foundation. for there are · ing friends .. . Finally Olgll. r�pu� to !>C a la.ss " Pu f' ery E g In h lch daughter. Carol. also sick. especially Assyrian. and mlno� ot�er foundaUons laid by man \\· . Margan; Porath hELd lI-5 her gui!St . h h -� . hY and Arabic. pre�m themseh·, es to our youth to· ��In::.est:ourag o'·l'r . the week-end� October 24-26. j pped :��. ,O�;��he� r�h� of a memory book Is full of . a da),· to buUd upon. but are false . d hl'r mot.her Ml"l\. A. W Porath ot �fall}· .of the IIlum?1I have been ..� I a . m\'Klllng and Importance. .(:bl . . k l d eb r O · Portland. : ' seen on thc ca�lPU5 during. the las.! LU��e� ���g: ;��h:� t.a��'t r:; found�tlons. '. . ����et:i;l� .;�:::: t� �� �:; leg� �lU(i('nts lo\·e to keep ItJ: !""--pflueger. al :� - . -- week. 80mI.' of them are ChrlsUn ,Luth('ran professor }'ears at Concordia COllege: St. thRe'·. ""hat hc thought of tbm'people who and .how they w\1l- ·trell�llre It College. of came �\ . and Mrs. H.jermstad visited Kuutsoll. Lelah Grass. ·29. Eliotl' four 'For thl!" pll-5( seven years he e Padflc .to cla.s.'I late. III'hen she toid nfter. Paul. �::a �hter. Da.gns. Wednf."sda)'. Mlcka("�n. '29. IIll .le/l.C�ers of Yelm has served Our sa,'lor·s Lutheran I:���n:;l �.��r; him of tlle � Pl1g�t of her tWee It niakes the m01';t attractive . l t '��:. ;:��:�: �:� friends. r Gradf." SChool: Wilham · Brick.·· Mlt- ChurCh. M/l.dlson("Wlscon,sln. He then relented somewhat 1 / r � K e ed said nollo that of the g . -. ton. tn.(' Kr.cldlt"r boys. ·23. ·24. ··John· -Bethany Scroll. Ch rIst Is the ·FIrst CauSt' and that nnd !lke a knight of Old.· went to and satlsfa.:tofY .of all gifts Th.l' Junior League of the ·Trlnlt�· nie . Is madc through liberate the IrTlJ)rsi oned maidens. . made ·· Wi�Ruth Fadness. ·Margaret . everything Lutheran Church gt\\'e a Hallowe·en Fadnes;t l\lelma Gulleson. . . The fOUT do not vet know whether IlIl. ' .'arully :'Ilembrr !'"omlnatfod For Him and by H�m--'--....party m -\,he church basemf."nt Thurs. Strandberg�'·29. Palmer StorlieR('" . ·30 thev !Ire to·be com·mended for beIJig e .· t Utf""'ture Ptlu . : r ;°u,:�:�r �ne and George Cron�ulst. ·30. -ed for belng IOU reprimand OI" S to�� \\!�;���·�n ::. dn: ���:��: �:�:. . } �:��:�:��� ��: o meml¥� of t·he Conference Luther , Thora Rn.smus.sen and HUlda:I Martha HJ�rmstad.. a teachcr in That the Nobel prltf." In literature � .u;. . be awarded to � merv-ber of the �ague expreSS4'd· thel!" opiniOns as SHtlOnson spent the week·end. oeto� I Ana cortes. s� nt the week·.end with mSI.�rGlaf . faculty wa.s re"('aled at a to t�e growth of the l}lI-5t year·s . ber 24-26. at their homes In Astoria. friendS In Tacoma. -. o w e l o ed t t I y f Orf."gon. , O L GROCER, Y (.OMrANY . DA H -�n· �to:!� �� IIo��: Mr ;���;l\i��n ��:t::� Sl::ka��: n��� I :\((olllllt'l" Poll) Langlo\\ \\orklnl; an �H=����eld .IfLutheran C Hotaling of St Paul state }ellr -COlumbia Off l ll Purit), Ston's ri o I O m l bl�� .Parkl - and ' News �:��;:�I� la ��e :n�: �ee�:::: , 'w,� I ·I' llll{ :\IUtlisonUnited ')u). I ,','om'l"'::'"IO','," r'o"'D, D"'''E fl :UUX H·;-) Parkl!'-IJ(I� \\"as\!. h ' 1::!;r Arntson�d resident of all the :aderS of the Moo�mg Mast I ,aaj: Park land. passed away lit hl � hom('" Walter .- French. ·29. who h� been I Jl.lr. Rol\"al4l s book.. Glant.5 In Pacific Lutheran earl\" last week. The funeral Ser· convalescing ffOOl a!1 operation. was I the Earth·· and subsequent writings f g . Sl,ecial busses for part ies, glee er d u f a Coilege " I l ������::�Or�� ll�:::��'. ��� I �;� ;o��� � �I��t; �:C;:�: :.::::� �� ��; �� �:n����� ::�:� , :�� �� dulls, tCU:IUS, e'er . only for nlodern times. bill for alii with .. T. o. S,:are offIciating. set ill hIS spinf!'. Am' "time. Anv Place timf'. "'.'\" . ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holm·Jensen -! BUS COMI'ANY TACO�IA ha,·c been living with Mr. Arntson Miss Signe Hjermstad. ·26. "' ho The N��,rll':e was cre,ated Nov· Street Car Schedule Mail; 2411 Can :'Ilr. Lyonll , the If."gac�· sm{'(' school began. hIlS been in tbe sanitarium In, Mil. ember 2�6. through .. . . AmbUlance Cabs , Yellolll · -Nobel. Swedish a Arthur Mr. of WaUkle. Oregon. has been mo'·...d to no "eman. who made h s fo une by · M AlN The ladlf."S of the Country. Wo- Riverton sanitarium. near StatUe. I 61 f n A Sl. for men·s Club were entertained by their I where She wIll be closer to her rela- · During all . the years ill Whl'h 6:05 a. m.. 6:42 a. m.. 7:18 a. m.. husbands at a phostly Hallowe·en tl\"("s. Miss HJermst.a. d ras shown the Nobel mslltute. has fu�c" 1�54 a. 1"(1 8:30 a. .. then e,·ery . , lllly l��:� ' �::I O��!.�:��t�� tl\" 40 minutes until 3: 10 p: m. then t h ent and gradU m t . ��e s rec , �:::.Ys���e� o: :a�k��:d�::l��;u�� :���n � .:.:�;�� i:18 p. m., 4:36 p. m. l ed the award for literature. day (" ·enlng. November 1. The rooms Washi ngton H�rdware Co. . were beautltullr decorated In au- Gladys Knutson and Margaret Americans had· receIved Nobel I are s t e n u n I d · t c ee l O P · . : : ��� � f." � �::: � � 1�:� �� r : or ;: l �; \ � ;er/���;a:�e p���a: :� :;!�: �:CSe��;e����� t e . d A. Michelson m 1901 for thrills am! contests IIo'� followed by their alma mater. I Correll "h 1912 .for I . SPALDING ATH LETIC GOODS a delightf!!1 supper held on the gl�ss enclosed po,:ch of thf." Spence home. Th('ri' is also the basketball season Root In 1912 for Peace. WE CARRY TH IS FINE LINE Thlrty·four guests were present. to look forward to. A band would \V1lson 1918 for Peace. R. A. MBlI· 5:58 a. m. 6:19 a. m.. 6:32 a. m. FOR YOUR FAVORITE SPORT to help ·· I�.j) �p" t�: �I:�� ���.;� 1::���0�0��:1;;: a��a��h� much do Th!' Trinity Junior· League held n Ie FOR THE RAINY · SEASON Ils regul�r business meeting on Sun· ���;� �f:� � r��!:�OOI:Oh�\.e ;elr Compton In 1921 for Physics c\·ery minutes until 2:46 has Ihe Nobel Kward for then Tr}· Alllgator Rain Coat or Jackel day No�·ember 2. 3:32 p. m�. 4:08 p. .m.. pep bands. and. although we are a ' . Only oncebeen . afternoon: -gl"en a non· . m.. then $6.50 to '15.00 hu·rature m . 5:21 p. l!l. 5:35 p, m.. comparative!}" small school. there is European. This wa.s In 1913. lI·hen 5:53 p. m. 6:00 p m.. 6:46 p. m.. ..Lss Thelma Fenne�· enIRrtained no reason why WI' could not have a a group of frIends at a Hallowf."·ell ' band. Mr. Edwards would be glad It was won by Rablndranath Tl4lore. 715 p. m. 1:35 p. . m.. 8:p5 p. m.. of India. party held SaturdllY evening. No· I to OTl:aIllW and direct It. U there . mystic poet -Manitou Messenger then {"wry 4:'1 minutes until II :50 MAIN 710 922 PACIFIC AVEN.UE . �"mber 1. at h�r home Parkland. 1 art' elloul;h student.5 who would pln�· . In th(' band. It should be organized , � '--as soon as IJoOSSLble , An}One "'ho : an Instrument " hlch could be 1 , l h Ighit' ll tip the home \\ llh : Student OPIm'Ion pla}s used In this orgallll.8�lon should re , I .1 fl\\ Ilo\\l'rs I \ c Mr port to -"", =:,-C; :�:hoo C; C -IoIl;-;Cr':=-mc-,' book� ,,� " otC: ":- C:-C= Ed.���:r;��� �OIath ! �}JI/ (���\J,, :Jfb��U\I1�tIl�i I:)\:,��� ! and studIes a serene and cloistered tiling life? The anslloer this question I .... ·""..·" ..·..,........" ..: o , . .. ,.. .... "" . . ....,. ... . . ·.Seamons Flower . yo I ���:��tle� are the foundation or a first V . AP P .,; a ' u successful educntlon n Is e,ldent I ShOI} P,atronage the\ deal Ith lhlngs "'I' meet In a I In �-IIf n . . 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A \rulsed buncll of Gladiator foot'�' ins an t! 1111(' i"SS � Thai is IIIl' n'l'onl ' ,If (lUI' ball n:t'n came blilc).: (rom Abf'rdeen (';]adFour ' iulurs this �\,('ur' und it .-;,; !'l'l'urd IIml , ullY It'UIil would n n l'ntil last ' Friday night . Cmll"h OI�OIl': t o o\·ll. �7� 7;�:' 6 ��� .:.::: ::; ::: 1)('Il pr'uud , most (('allis �h�'y l�l'(llIllt played lth the .strong Grays Harbor lell ' wen- 1I1l'l'lt·ft·al('d, hul .flk(' Junior Collese eleven under the sligh tly o\'('r-('onfidl'1l1 lind took Olll' on thy l'hul. But th a i PO�l'rful arc l!.&hts of the Stewart, is nu. dis/-!run' as the 1·K's! of IeUllIs ure oftt'n b(-'M lcll. .. . Field In thl' ttrst night game In . S. ' Results to date are: B, Palo de-So h g t v �:ll;=t::;,e Lutherans ha\'e e\'er parCoach' Olson should '�e gi\ 'en a great dea l or credit ro r The: Oladlat.()� \liere outweighed h�h:��� :P:: ��t ���:� ':,ated' Southworth, � &. 3; "C. Olson t b letterme re ten e w The yea out th the team he turned 0, J . Bt�en del derea� L : n re .... . 5 iS ro � ; � �: �: �:�: � :�=e�� :��':;� � . n OL Befo the game, n hlng a � u.p he I hablta ts t ereof and t:al defeated 0,J_ Stuen; fn I, JOhnLehmann k.nown of the strength of the Harbor t,o !prm the nudeus of the team :but It took a good �an) ern 1Ii'Uh a fighUng , spirit the people that, we saw In It are m n son defeated R, �lnderllr" 1 uP., B, ,' teRm as, they had n;t played any rii{ihts or hard work to turn out the ele\'e� that has repre- them hold oft determined of a great :o;tature," �mC:�::�::t.,,·e:e ::ou����o, � sented P�cific kutheran C�lIege �n lhe g�dirOn this year. �f : h:: ; �:;vler op�n�n� In Ute �:�,e �e :; t� �:�'���: �! �:��t d�:;::: a�:O�:I:'r:�nPid�� e a : st tu�� t l ar ' , �ach �I.w� starte�· the �nd - , ',:il t, h ll'rtks'l J..:U IIH' I l l: ' til t' ;(:aso l will ' hi: playl't! lI('�1 InThe : LU�he rarus kicked of�- to the win Ib e batt.le, ,�:�:��:W�=�=�I:\:u:�:�. t o be O Altil ugh the aysee . OIant:� from feated �. ZacHrlson. J O t:��hdo;"'n :,';: ::de �� ]jn� ;�ay� T lICSlhl�' wilh till' strollJ..: Ellt'nsburg :\'1"rI_ml� }'I(,\,l'Il. 1·:111'11:0>straight dqwn �the field. !Jurg hilS all 1I1III:O>Ullily sl'roll/-! It.'HIIl this Yla ' r tiS thl'Y hll\'\.' By thMme Olson had the first l'asi ly defeated both Ikllitl/-!hmn II n ti Ch('Ill'y�.t1rlllal sl"iwuls, strln� ;n,/ the Junior College had Tht,y a!Jsulll ! t' ly ulllplayt'tJ Ct·n lral iu .IUllior CtJllq.�(' li nd heu! scored another . touchdo"'n . a lead 1)\' fuur !uUl'hdoWlIS so YOtl l'Ull fi�lIrl' uu! fot ' , I which the Lutherans could ne\'er whal Iypt' - of a h'am Wt' wll! . . Iw. u p ,1 /-!1l111SI. overcome. The fItst quarter of the . ... S. mann. guard!! ; and Johnson. S, game was conflne-d mostly t.o punl� . for, Ing. with the Harborltes' hir.vlng In a game paye� recent l)',--lhe Normal school held Prospects Bright t!o'ard, slight advantage. The Gladiators -(;o nz!lJ.:'u IBUlldogS to a scoreless (lie. Gonzaga was beaten "Red" CArlson, Oladlator hoop star For Successful two:y�ars o d e t by Coach 'Hollinberry's Washinj.,r!on Stllte Cougar ,,·arsity . back will be a great I!�lp :��: ;:I�, �IV.�:;s ���; al;h: �� b)' In s�engthenlng. the team and solv­ onl)' foLir touchdowns so that puts us in a pretty high class Hoop Season r d h m h t Ing the-center problem. . At t.he prell- , . , :�: ln!. ��: �:;�I�� an: ;�t��� 'of opposition ent he !;- the outstand1i1'8"7andldate a b k ·S. S. I pe� of danger. Towards· the end of l OU "IT'''''''' O I ' o ,a " : ::�;lg � y :��!��OO � � �:� the Parklanden began to f �;:hP�:�a:' contemplating upthe do gvl IlI'li\ lIy Ellenshurg. it will hl' no i If be handicapped by the loss on making show a little more fight and began \\"1.' w i ll go inlu ihat gailit' wi t h "uotiriuJ..: It; luse IIllti ""(,,,,'-1 C,n",,'10 arrang�ements for a. trip stellar hoopsters from last Into Ihe Inland thi' I h i ll g 10 J..:a in . .. ' will Ilol prt,t1icl a will (Ul' n Empire, It Is prob­ t l' ll ' � � �:I�:�:S � ���� e:-: :���tI-:;. able that five games will' be played . t S�'l' Itl t'!l:lIIl'" u had sd l ul. itl'l'lIllSl' I IUI\·,· 110 1 I s a good y of guard' r'pp In the last half 'he Gladiators had t h ' ;\ol"lllal on . . this trln. . l il'l 'adiol1. hut I will SlIy, tim! if Ihe), i)tOlIl ' us the)' \\"ill h n n e c nt a decided ad\'an��ge over the Har- tht'lIl n .. task ���l �r.�: ::v��� ': th� :=:;' p�� ::e�::���, a��� borltes but were able to score but kllllW I1ll�\ ha\'{' tW" 1I, .t11 s�al11t' . S. of forwards. It Is probable that some new material one tOUChdown. The third Quarter e'""" I �",'no )lme wil.' be �Ia�'ed in Yakima and is bein� sponTh� than likely that one or two will cause the lettermen a great deal was also punting duel. with Carl. the week or l)urmg may be shifted to a of worry. The amount of new ma­ son having the eage o\'er Heffernan. sored b)' the American LegIOn. in berth so as to have experl- terlal available can not be 8IlCer­ The Gladiators made their only the A,meril'an Legion is holding a con\'ention players In all poSItions. In' tllined until after Coach OI60n has �core In the. first part of the final so there will undoubtedly be a larJ.:'e number of fans to ...-.._-- , _.... to produce a t!o1nnlng t�am. sounded the call for turnout.!!. period. Coach Olson's team had the the encounter. " n . ball In t!1elr .possesslon o� th� Aber. . �. . �, . �""· I". .u"n.,C::7�t��a��:: =H�=� ::� ------\\" 1 11 tillS �aJlll· 1t IS �UlIlJ..: tu 1IH'1I11 II gn'ul dt,ttl . II df't'n fourteen yard stripe as the . galllt'� \\'1 111 nlht'r sehunls fu.r �'�'ars tu air-tight dl'fen6t'. ,----Quarter opened. LI-shernessimade liS" 111 sl·lw"lIlLll/-! . . T . P. S. \\"Ilhoul gUild n'i\!-;Oll fur ( .. 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l�oo:lI Mll5utt'd���: ��\�::; PA�K I .AND ·ALUM NI Commiltt."eS to l\fe.!I, Dt';' ' -. . K tnd�"ta ��a;;o:;s�: :a�I �; T" MEET THIS FRIDAY cide Melhod for Choosrts r�r Berkele,'. 1li;e:Or �k. h�: Mau Only One To manarer. Stell. Sorboe. former manMr Hong is chairman 9f the Fred ca�� ag c S � h I p�.L�IC. �� ;��:int commltt charge of the drln III n(, :'��:1 �!! �i! i � ��i � �; � :���O: i A r. e'�-:n��� �����o� .The �nd m�Ung of the Park- iug Reniuiodfto'''' Year. t a tr k Conn-nUon An.d" Regular Lists -':.mer Usoelatc! t'dlun. Is now manaif. h�nd Pacific. Lutheran Collee� Alum- book. Stal' �!:: ,:�:�n': : ��t��:u: ::m:j� r t of t t 0 th . Pre�ldt.nt Ttng�lstad 1m at t�n ���/�a�:/:: nam chl.lrman f'orty-on�' stude�.ts receh'� the �:I.:II� ��;/� ':l �rr n!- :11:,���� ���::1:1:�:;:� ThM the edhor'of � aae:. 'the ? cI�k Sunday el'enlng, NOI'cmbl!r for th� frt'shman class,�Arnr Tho,s- gradn rt'quls!te for a plact' on the arinual, �dfic Lu� Coli ' . in Trinity Church 7.30. at 21. ber 16, for B<>rktley. Call1ornla, ""hen! he tensen, for hon�r roll for the first quarter. sophomOff'5, and Fr«f wUl be- � in :: Student " t"Ice Off will aUf_nd of the51' are l,n the Col· Ar. �IS , ers p,:"rlors. ./ eleventh annu.al re for tht' the high.'school group, TILt'M'' lTwenty·four IDIIWt1nr TILunday noon. has Body mct'Ung Of the American A55OCintlon Le,halrme e � department e �hr slxtN'n And ll ass l arr choosing �tant. Hlgh�ool Dll'ilslon. &>I'('n College Problem of Peace Th , social mN'ting and program befon deftnltely decided b,y the fac. o! Junior Coli e�, to be held Oil the from Ihrirl' clasM's will be followed by a bWllneM m('('t · ulty committee In ch� ot the ap. to aid 18, 19, fln . ZO o( thjS month. He al!'O for the Communlt)' Chest . collecting an��lel�Ht High School studenu; !ire ' Ing when a constitution will , be . � \rIps to Loll Angele! "e mon.. c e "" ' !;(' 011 thr dl\U,llcth't' honor roll, "'hIC� Thousnnds . plans bJ'Sllle$S Ga\'e Ln'es rl:lal adopted" All former studt'ntB of polntment, Th d olleet Ill be u d " HI.uge. Pflueger, . [,ar. �lid h6pes to be�nt at the six· to help the nt't"d), families In an<l Icol11prl�." tho.'it' who rrceil·ed\.90 \Vorld might Hn\'e Pence �CUlC Lutheran, Spokane, and Prot� I ! �rn<1e lieth an�iI'�rsar)" cele�ralion of thf' around Tacomo. 1)(> 1 0'" a "8:' Troubles Not Ended ' colleges lumbla ellalblr for . art' ' ::;I; t�' ��l;lllt�ee��a���II;:ia�� , , Fred Mnu, frrshman In the Co_lOur Sailor 5 Lutheran Church 'mbeT3hlp. There are no dues, ��I-' l0110 1 C�ldltl a for the pub· At a tenglheqed CtJapel hour San F'rancl.sco, Rel'en"nd Habel'sof, . a 'S s , e DI'p�rlmrnt e peci deSerl' l g Il' cat�on q� �e lUInUa�: , . . Armllitice Da). the students of Pacharge, mrntloll being the onty one In school cUlc Club bc a Dram, L there MoUld be a I\UU" That 1. t eran i College prll' werr t) ll · . 10 rect'!I'1' a straight A report. "IlIt' purpose of tht' American A.�. leg� to , hear Mr. Emory Nibul')', R�present P L C antte fund of t""o hundred dollal'S soclaliOIl or Junlol' Colleges, whose ' Leaders Thl' dlstlnclll'e honor roll Includ- principal EIects of the Stud�nt Body to be "by aside set the Oault ntt' r me-dla e l I ' colll'.entton Prt-slde�t Tingt'lstad ,IS ' t no",' at�ndblg, � to"latht'r lnfcinna· Committe� Will �hoo� � irst es:ColIl'ge. John, Hopp, Fre-d Mau, �e:��:����� :�\ t::r=al";�:rob. A U Convention � ���:fhn �:�?�e sell onl' tlon on Junior Collegt' mOI'ement Pla�'; Membership �Imlled Mllrgarel Olson. S�lla Sor�, Har- tht' NorWt-g1all �uthe:n �Ch nt of High S(,hool Leaders. Press. extra copy, ' n SUPl?lY than Must ·Attend Meetmgs � ��t�:�:� Ht'len' Thrane, and .present a contrll$t of the ���� Delega!es Allend This That the Studmt Body guar. :f�r:t'a��!C::�' � � ni n �. 'a ant.ee pracUc:ally a one hundred per Year Conference of t",·t'h't' and to the edUCatiOna� pO:bl; ::�� To organtZt' the socll'ty and 1'1<'('1 High Sehool:- Ray Hlnderllt', Ed- peepll' ofotoday ....ith thoseerall),. In the annual meel1ng such cffl{'('T$ thl' purpose �f thr first gnr Larson. Ell'anor LofthWl, Lillian ���ct'� �ir�t'r. !i��gk;�:ta:·,t'rt'prei:;: At the ilnnual High School PreS/! c::t'�.t ��r�����ult� c::ommltt« be studies,, address.es, and dl.scu�lons, meeting of the Dram,atlc Club htld Olsqn, Jesse Pfluegt'r. Jt'ns Rlk- 'of the ColiI'gt', and Leader's CO�I'l'nUon to be held allOllo"td to c::hOOlle the edltor.ln. as ma) be of \'Ital Interest to junior In room Jl3 Frida)', No\'ember 7. at shelm. Alice Roe, and Chartty \�ebb dent � the Unh'erslty of Wa.shlngton ,In chlef. In .h"",speeC:: h .Mr, Asb�r)' told of sateattle colleges ""!II be discussed, .5eI'en·thlrt)' p, m, At thl.s mN'ting The remainder of the honor roll Magella 20. ;n, and of this c::ondlUona ""ere ac::cepted rtf neet and, th� dJ.scol'er)' month, the t'lected presl· Includes: Among the Important talk� and Ruth Jacobson studenu; wUl represent theThese 2 lutts muttntr of the MIOClated of t� ac::lflc Oct'an. Elen thoug� Pacific sixLutheran dl.scusslons wili be: "The Oel'elop· dt'nt: Pauline Larson, secretary: and Collelft" Herman Anderson, Gral'l' the ' Edgar 4 College, en stu naml' of this ocean implies peac:: e , menl �f Physlc::al f:ducatlon and Clarencl' Monson, trea.�urer and ad· Holte. Amanda Leland, Luthe t Is susceptible to storm.'li, and has Lar.son' and Evelyn Monson atten.d· It h8..l·befon decided tbat after the Athlt'tles In JW\ior Colleges:' "The I't'rtilslng manager, -Millard MOt'II, Margaret Porath, Conference Ing the High Leaders' I pol t or th n ud edlto . �an)' deaths, among them, Stella Sorbol!, Fred Mau:Harold :�m�t� to be c�oMn ;��:t pr:t. Junior College, Library," "The Jun- It ""as decIded that the clu� ,!ihOuI1 Quale, MtJdred Bent' ll, Ruth Brown, cau�d Magell �,n .'li, In :�e� cases th. mean- and lor College as an Extension of the meet the fI�t FrIday el'enlng of Harold Oray, Olal �llieneSli, Rut.h �! an y, Bnd DaftlY HJermtltRd !.he -idmt ot' the Student will meet , aclflc cannot I)(> fitted to, Press Unh't'rslt)'," "Junior Standards In every month at .seven·thlrty o'c:oc ' Conference. Of th� four Press with the laculty committee to pro:I k, Jacobson, Bernice Schater, Lorraine Terms of an Integrated Second- As the membership � limited to, Thoren. Marie Vandlryburg, Ruth · �eR:" " Conferenct' dt'leiatea Stella Sorbo!' pose a s.ultablt' m�thod for choosin IU"Y Curriculum." and "Some As- forty, It � required that all memben> Van Hov.:n. 'Ollna Y1Sgbo. Muriel Magella�'s voyagl' lI'as compared arJd Fred Mau, will repre nt the the relnalnde ot the staff. . se ee n t ' e r r o a u ey C of f Sec· W t n 5 �. ��;;��;;,�, n �� �� �I:�:I:'�1 : i:r��I�� :: �l�h ��oo�:U� 1 :::::��·�i. Walter �t':: � ��� ::� �:ct�h:t !,�: �o:� �:���dt�a;l:a�ray and Interested In the work Chrilstf'nsen, E I e a nor Dahlberg, sIgned .closlng the war, Just twe,ll'e The purpose of thla COi'lvtnUon � Honor Tlngelstads From a small group of twenty·four that someone . et d so I t g I st m , I E ae a At Surprise Party :� :� 6ils�� �� �:I�:�, :,�; ��. ��;or. adl'lser, has chosen a$ i ��I�::e�U�:�� ;�e�, ;:� �I:;;� ;�;'F "�!�/�:h�� pr:t�::: :st��� �\.=�:��: �:�I�"::��:� regl.sten!d In the first ·National Con· her a.s.s.515lanl coaches Ruth BrowIl S)'dOW' the "ell-kno""n employment condl- school papeT3 Bealde. blJ5lnellll Tht beautifu new home'Ia�Presllions confront leaders of our land, of ft'rt'nce of Junior Colleges at St, and' Ruth Jacobson. These thrre, tTit'etlnga. the se�eral dtleaatt'll will dent lUId �..., �. A. Tlngt' , was . Mr, Asbur), concluded hils s�h probabl)' t'njoy somethlna In tht' , Loula, In 1920. the attendanct' hll$ a commIttee, wUl, pIck out the t1rst f by tl'lIIng us that the attltud� �'hich form of tntt'rtalnment, to hI.'o hundre-d. TILe AMocla- pla�. which w�1 probably be pTf'St'nt· Xa\'U'r Sp�a�s at ::�:n: N:v;:�; :.::����;;� to affairs ils , ery Import· -'Last tlon hll$ found IU; place an agency ed In a lYlonth s tl":,e, Ahsslon l\leehng oant.ne takes dt'leaaU:. ..'ere ..ell ��� faculty, acc::ompanled by tht' of ben and that one should' be optimils· takt'n )'earoftheb)"-tht' for stud)' �nd guidance In on� of Arrangt'mt',nU; Will be made 1l1lft'l'{'n� IIOr- their families, u.s.embled In honor m P t' n e f d k a I n o ro ms A Th te ty �o"'!! :�� ���aC:e � lit t�;(:::t�:I'I:; ;�:s �:':t= :� �:u� :f :;;I/��I\O �:"':I� �:; :� ::t :!h.r;: t: t:��1. to �� ofIn TinieJatad'a return from hla trip �t;:t:�J ::d �:s n�: :I��:� �� �i:�\":���partlclpalt' In some pia)' clety, held In the recreation room, promo\(' peace, and frlendllne$S. Wa.shlnlton-Wa.shl n, ton S t a I,e ';:::.!:�Ing welcoming IOni ....as scope th�ugh a . new publication chance t� called "The Junior �lIeie Journal." before the rear � o\'er, Dr, Aasgard contra.ste<l the young FreUiman football and to tht Wt'dnt'sdsy, NOI'ember 12, 1931), d by 10(1&11 Fowler of the fa�. , -' Dr, Tlngel.stad_ e,.xpeC15 to return hils talk he pointed OUt some of the people of toda)' with those of twelve all-Unlve,nlty play. "�t' Black compoee ulty to the tune ot "M:aryland, M.'. from thils trip within a lIo"tt'k or ten Aued J\lother of Prof, dltrlcultles found In Mission Work, years ago, He stated that while on Flamingo:" , . dllYs. l. , " ryland, M , J h ro e et I "Tonliht ""e friends have sathered r e Stuell Die in Nor�'''Y ::�::: ar� ��;:�;d:C�:as���,\':n��; �� ����?�I:����e �� ;o��:� ere -t'metery, t' The comp Missions do not beco�e self-sup· c anion 'stood Booster Club For Q t'Jatad '' h Tl eJatad.l' E . Hauke Chooses f C th n r e a �14h f�r ;ou t::t blesslnga rare C. Organized TIInTOnthis P. L.-UI�}� ���:�� :�!I�� t:o;� �f �� :��In:o't���:h:��tn:�:r;��;d"::;� ;����I: �ecl��p�:I�e��mt��r�,:� Ch-est Committee mother' new home you long may\ . s reCent death In Norway, help Missions, but that we should of ten thousand student& who had share At a meetlni of the college fresh- She was years old, encouragt' lhe' natives ;; the, church bel'n read)' to enter profeSl;lonal car_ A P. L, C, "8Q06kr Club" wall Ace(pt our ",lahea, true, alncere man class yuterday, it was decided Besides the 0, J, Stuen family, she can la)' students ,These there, Nov Wash Paul.sbo. at organized left ('er� elf-supporting s . become seven O�her numl)(>rs on the program colleges and im!vt'rSltlt'.'li to g(\'� 8, The followirlg offlCf!rs" wert' TlngeJata,ds, oh Tlngelatada. ' John,grand· . that the president appoint a com- sun'lved b),anda 1. 0 great , mlttee to 5011c:lt fuuds fqr the Com· grandchildren "' a plano solo b), Ruth Howard tht'msell'es for their country , The hope that JOY may WI ueh day munlty Chest, The,commlttee con· children, She was a slnct'rt' Chrilstlan were' Thousanda of AmeriCan �YS died elected: by Mane Omdal. Tlngelatada, oh Tlngelatada .. Oyen, itrnt sl.sl$ of Anna Mikkelsen, chalnnan, and departed In the Joy of salva· andAt athereading P�sldl'nt, ht ml we that front, baule the on de. was It meeting bWllness hear15 to sinS this lay, Ha,TTY SOuth",'oJ;lh and Fred Mau. cided to lind out ""ht'ther the Ml\- ha\'e peace over the world, w�en ,Vice President and Treasurer, Pal. Ins'pgelr�s our ds Johnson. rna pres·' about·ttl,. IIteratu� reads one 11' Society slon support to able be 11 ;� ::e!:::: true" h ' :: :;� 1 ,JIlSS FO WLER STUDIES uMETHODS, OF . a boy or a iirl In a nath'e school ;�� ;;:�o�� :;��: thl�� t:;; Secretary, 51'ea Opdal. Ma� man: here their hopes renh' ' n GRADING" PERTAININC TO U. OF W. n:o we� Jac Berger on your ;:ay." COmmittee attend joy ay . . . Pro&ra� twe men yeaT3 a � In h ""� �Tlngeilstads. ohyou ' D. O. R.'s Ha\'e Interesting �na:eJat.ada, obson and Ted Pedt. failed. MATTIE E, PEASE ' \Vith Mrs. Ramstad vain. Dr, Aa.scaard Implored to keep The club �presents KJtsap County e:a:ur� ����Il.'lirt':�te!:r�y.��� "My summ. was well spent lUId Although Miss f'ower brought all Meeting t'njoyablc, althou8h I wu too bWlY her "pertinent Inner sources" to Luth�nn Daughtcl;S of the 1Ie- up our courage, �n<tjdo our be�t and part of Pierce County, Th� n�xt �on :� :halt :r �he faCUllY, MT3, to takt' ev�n a ",'ee k-�d trip to bear on her 'activities, ali still could fonna�lon ils the new. name chosen to create peace. ' , meeting wU!' be tield at Bre"'.erton 'Stue� had ChI.rtre of the �fresh. o d o e a e s ts a th .. menta. ' ��uc: ot�� �!:::� !�;�I:ar:�lar '���rr, �� � �:: �� :e ;:�e� ;:�;�:� Marthll Slur ils at tt'n�g Cheney on December 13: ' �:",;::�I�e �;:�;:� gie�t', tech�lque, and methods In : Still she woUld not be th' rt.ed. ers'1ff the Reformatlor}, MT3. Ram- and expec15 to gradul.: �\: their TIME HONORED SUPERSTITION PROVES th I ur year c o mar I n N a a ' d o ot e c::o se In ! l FA TAL TO TICERS DURING 'RECENT CAME � �:�; �: ;:�I:,�e::�- �:c:: :� ::�.: �o :��; ���l�: o� :::'me: :: �it:: !� :��� � -. , , ' sen'ed., ilsfacUon can be stated briefly and agreelllent, -� graded as t'a sa",' IIghtrul refrt'mments were , -:-::-:-:-:-::--:-:0-: ps),chol08lcally u the members �f fit. she sun persevered. and \I't�th.� Ruth Wt'rsen played a plano solo" Gladys JOT'lrenson attending A happy group It was that left It had to kno,,": tl,tat the whole stu" . ParkllUld last Friday afternoon ':D dent body IIo'as beblnd It. So, when ht'r t«hnlQue class easily reeqrnlU, assilsUilnce of Dr, Wilson, ho ad- �rnlce �afer read a poem en- Wlllamette Unlversltr. meet again at t�e'Stad!um, It chter- the boya came back on the field. Also they will D!*rve that she prac· vtsed and approved her worlt, mc titled "The Touch ot the Master', .tice<! �hat She "teached" a n d compl(ted h�r.4ratts of�tablt'! I.nd Hand," Anna Ml.k.kelsen sang, and Evelyn Solum and John and Intla ed loudly as 'the game beglUl, a,:,d wave upon ""ave of loud chtt'r& met' d �� a�����n��� OOplerud are attt'ndln� Oregon Stat� ;�:� �::d::: =�rs:cx;.:���� them: When the �am IIOOred �nd ta . G e g Pr:;:�wler had a definite end In 6 ::�CII IIo'1i.!; still mOn! work: and :�:�;{'.'li:���� a made tload the try-tor-polnt, the . 'but mOn!, view. She- wanted to win a Waster's tedious work at th,at: but MIA 'ow� Wl.sconsln, It wu decided that (hI' College, JWlt before the ent;1 of the first crowd went wUd. A ocmUn�1 "P\ght. . decree,. :Her mind ..... "a.et" on, do- ler turned away from the tempta- December mtetlng be In the fonn Mrs. Morehouse from the Ttcoma half of the iame, a sea lull new team, f!aht" sounded in the ears of Ina �t �t: th��f.ore'.lIhe bad an tJona ' of forest �d stream. and of a Cbrlatmu pa� for all L, 0, "inner ' QOt''' to stly around the thought of not!tlnf but her theais. � R. members, llc Ubrary will be the prtnc1� over the (ield. There Ia an old super... the playen u they worked hard to spea er at the mtet1nc Or the Park.- stltlan at Stadlwn Hlgh that the hold their one-point Ie�. PSYcholoQ dt'�nt 01 the Onl- , In lact, as ber wo� p ' ,' . ' . . land!P. T. ·A. wh1eb WIll be 'held In ruaht of sea rulJa over the Sta.dlunl .When the lame wu over, with P. VU'ldly and learn all she could'about � became 50 Interested Itt her pro'the public school, Prtday, November .hen !.he na;en � plaYinl pro- L C, on the bla eI)d of • 'he ac:ore, the subject she had aeJeCted for her ject that the areat out.-400n no Four Students Rank c or � Utle 01 her theals was. "O�: �1P=�h:.::t: !U!�:u Iiig� .iD S�te,�lanuaI !::n:n::��� � � = :� =; th�e �:.= ::r7�:':��=p='0�te�:� , .. Nortoo;pr¢c!ent of. tbe �Uon. wen! inclined to take IIOme atock. In happy in v!ctory,. and "Uckled to inl in CPll,eae and Unlveralty." This . As the final wor:Ir. 01 tYPinl bun- , Ol e - � rven Anne Wn. J.IoreboUae lrib I1Yi • � it wh�n the Ufne keeper called -halt' dt'ath-�that the nP-rr � i\llt WJldrec:r Bt' , dUllcult aubject nicewtateci m&Dy dreda 01 pq:es and of havtnr cop� p K lt arold u the Oiadlaton wen! ready .for pentlUon ha4 been thrown on the Intervte'WS with gUttenta and 'With bound to be placed in t.b� library Ayres, and Hanual Oraony. Nwhovemtookr on "'Boob lor Ch1ldren," and WIll Just '. acrap he-ap of Itmllar cllscredlted � be: have on exhIblUOIl a I&rp DWObeT I: touchdown, te:st lnItruetora, e:epecJ.aU,- while abe Wu neared Ita cklae, l4I.u Powler reach- the State Il It, the .P. L. C. team wu to. win, lore. . Iludenu' ed !hi! 8O&l ot her efforts, 8. puaed with rra-cses of 90 or abo'· ot booU suitable tor children: trYlni. to dbc:over. wby lOme . . ' .

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"But · what think .Je? A· cen...ln Wt\.t·, In .. n.me? Thl5 questkm ffil.{l h..d . two .nd he ume At the October l1tb mee'tln& 2f thO' the ioprobked, we h n often Unt. ..Rd "Ie!. ·Son. 10 .'Ora nd .. as bet' u } Istudtnt bodJ ot Auau.st.ana. Beatrice Mr. C. M_ Eleh"\bt'rgtr. edltor, ot daJ In the vlny.rd.' . . ml.n.. like ab !n J ··Nothl!', . PI..lte " . l.y ; th ue ot N.tkms chronlclt nd .... Le l." el�ted ··MIM Aua t.n ld \11 nOI; .' ! . n." of 1 930. She �as el�ted 1U:1'" :Ure�lor of . t�t LealUt of N.tlons �oolve�·.���-=:tht�; H�� �' af�':r:.:;:·�:re;!. �: Mi$.� Stella Sorboe entertalned :\I Mw Louise Schiiilder .ccompant. � · h l I.Uon. spote ••t • lolnt meet· th�re �"ht bt...ao rr.e�hlitr lri It. BU; ··And he C.III::e:� Iht·:;;�;t.nd • P.rW...for . it. numbe� of P. 1.. C ed Miss. M.bel JtT1Sen 10 her home �o:� :d�:I�t.a;�:I: � ��: ;u:� ASSQI: Ing of the faculties and �tudtnt . l Ike John or Susl(' said Iikewlst. And l\t .n..... and ommon nlUll e · c studtnta Sllturd.y ",·enld;:. No,·em t Gig .H.rbor where the)' spent the of the V1k1nl O.y .cth.ltlts at tht �_m.kell one wtsh.. .. . . sa Ld, ·1 itO sir: and ..·tnt LlOt .. ·ber . •t her home In Tacom•. ".l'1'k'l'nd, N ?,.ember 1.9. . se'.tn�h .nnu�1 AugUlltan. home. bodies of tht AugUltan,' .nd !310U!;lt or•Howeytr. Ther� are two cl.sses o/l'people .unah nc. little a 15 there W , "e�e. COlltges. Falla dnesd"y t"Oira , momln Fnnce! Jant Th:In\lted . � l comlnl. The P m . which ha � . !: nS ���w'::Rleru�. :U�h JaCOb �m� �eachers call studf':nta b)" ·thls wor�d. •nd only �wo: thOlle Y(ho been .rranred tor that Occulon con- Octob 15. . , ·tfor helr flnl name. 50,. when Mf. Honlt ser ve Ood Imd those ...·ho do not n. . ) . gen, M ret HII: A 'group of P. 1.. C. studenta We N' alsta ot appropriMe music.' num. Mr'e�Elchtlberger·s talk I I d nc u I 1'( l in thf': Enltitsh .survey c.la.sa. · � "Yt cann·ot .serve Ox! and mam· mo. MlldrM Card. . Ru� Howard. e�lIcrta�led at Ih1'" home of MIM ben and tht fonn.' coron.lIon riles the C·hani Inl 0f I h Lealue.s memo Slell to define an epic. the t.·o mOil. We may sen·e Hlm·tllhtr u a Berdine R?utM>n. Ida Hlnderlle. 1n"lll' Dah!. Friday night. NO\·l'mbt'r Sen.tor �ter-Norbeck wILl dtllve� I� purpose. and tndeayofll ; 81ella.s present-look wbe or Ignorant, sl....e or ., a CllUd. How ...·eet It . Dagny HJtrmstad. Marth. Hjermthe mlll.n addre·511 .� tht aftemOOn bershlp. the case m.y be. Or If John 15 Is to seryt Ood u a little chili! doe� as In· prh'ate thll to �Ialions Its and n "Ol } Slad. E"ltlyn. Ameson. Ntdr. Du· . Pl ram o Viking Day. Oc �r b�k. Jack L�lIme5ll. ��'ron Ll!que. �kM · " dUflcult question by Mr. hl5 own I.thtr. II ....1' h.ave th� love Efforta a� being made to aceom. ttre-sta of tht Unlt«. Statt'$, J:flut..er. he can gain . moment·s of God In our hearta we un do thla. Erie Haukt, Cecil Scott. Smith �1.tk Lamb. mother lof MW KI!' modate • I.rg.e number of v\Slto� He th.t the sm.1I powen C.mp�lI. John Vtmon. John John- theryn �mb . of T¥oma. ...'•. \ • u "·1'11 u the t.f'j:j e group of home-. hal'e set the Ide.ls allIt g I f th respite. hoping the teachtr meant The tlrst of IheM' men about whom Wt· hh'e n"ad '." weak. It Is true. h other comlnl al�mml · :���� A':n:��I�:��·��I��e:: ,·Isltor on Ann!.Stlet D.y. · : .... L elllj'ut of Nations and h:. : :ean: :mtu�Il e c �ohns. . t a nea. - H.rold Oray . E,·.n!\ car�n. . 'Mus Berdlnt Knu l3en spt'nt tht fj��: paptC'::�: ��.:I�.t:�I.1 u:::; t�: I more tOward the PI"OiN'� of. thf' to:' � � :::�e :�h:�:::�::�� :. ��'·!�::�.�;�t. ,:: ��;;� 7:��; f.ther. In . the yjn"y.rd. C.n Wt an� Mr. A. J. � ·eek.end. No'·ember 1.9 In tlle I dlrectlon of ·Or. Carl R.: Youngdahl. I Lel1:lue th.n tht countrlti of l.r"tr the thlld floor of the-donnlloOry with �ruthrully �,Isltlng sa)' th.t we are with Ihr �ht Mlssts M.fla�t ".C- I A speclal 'feature of th" "cthltles of rank and that tht aim of the the m.1I cal:ln.. "Ruth ,ot . letter·' happ people who 'II ere once re· > to met't obion .nd Glad), KnuUen two for· Vlklllg Da) be the illumination I LeGlue Is to .Id In Intellectual co. no less th.n the girls A surp� blrthda) pltrt) .s , this mlln but repentf'Q llIoua be nt.rty .1them of rour and mtr P L C students 'tLer entire t the coll c.mp o of I t"8 us ( FriOJ:eratlon gl,,,n in honor o( Miss Btrdlne I some· .nd art n:)"" ser.\ltll Ood? We hav' O�ben "".y� luck of out day .�nd thr footb.1I g.mt of SalurKnuloSl'n b) a group of donnltor) \ Although tnt Unll� States l� nol l one calls M.rg.ret you he.r tllree tried thll'it Olher masll'r Satan 1 daY -AUgUstanR Mirror �tudenta Monda} e�enjng NO'l'm. r found nl 10 tt' eruel "Ith his chI.!a member of tht Lealue of N.tlons ,olcf'll uklnl Which one? , ... bt'r 11 Parkland News " � �a� lurned to � h... rontrlbutlo�! tltcet'd thr oUicUiI The bo�! donnltory 15 not Immupr dn� : Rt(;tIVt:� CALL FRO:\l (;IIIS,\ dues rh p an) IIore making th,' GOLF CLUB "1t)l:T� lot �at John sa) either, you When txcept country other .ny from MJ.SS Dorothy Lehmann ... as host. of ,thlnklna: that slnetrlt, mistake � ""hether wa 5IIy It to M }OU C h:l\e The Granskou hurt Great Britain M:r Elchtlberler can. John num�r one. two. three. or Is ,Irtue. This I.� IIOt Irue, ho""e511 Saturda) l',enlng No,ember 8 11.1 The Parkland Llldlts Golf Club- PTellld.l'ntHe,erend Coll�lIe. has rf o Walf:! 01 l'Vl'n the t a clubhouse Friday . . cludl'd that tht quesUon of wllo r must gh her Park a pllrt)" at l'n home In . . ever. Saul ,·ery SinterI' ""·.hllt hl' . . thl' from four, If Ha�old got bolt from call recel\'ed rt'C('ntt)" buslnes.s short a for and mel'tin Inll .. be IItttled In this generat\on nd hr � land. per�Ll thl!f thl' Chrl�Ua�15, Hr the Pfelientatlon of prizes 1n the Board of Forel,,, M�lons 10 re- tllpressed hill f.lth In economic bo)'. home. the Question arises. ··Whlch of was M ,·ery, .�II\Ct'r(! alOTlIl $Inful l1nt� to Chlnll .as superlnt.endl'nL 0(-COil as the best method of aboll�h. the four·Harolds. was ItT' (Of COUI"Sol'. ""·until turn ... L toumalll('I Mr Prl'Sldent·S\troph)" . . L he I�lct the 58vlour: who oP.· GUl'Sts of Amanda eland o\ er be Interested whl'u l'nee Saill � ""·as the winnerl of thl! tht' American school IIot Klkunshn�·, Ing war.-Tht Augustana Mirror. everybody would . :' � tyes. Armi.,Uce Day were hl'r .�15Ier. ML'>S w. Storaas ! Pe! IIOmeont gets . box from hOI I�} slh·er uay pre5('nll'� by the Hl' hn.� prrvlously worked..lIl ChillI.. The Lord comes us Just as Wt' Dickie LIliane! and MIM Louise JrCk• beBut.l. spent slx )'urs thtre. t.t)r ha.-ing il � got dumped last night. )"Q.U need Fla preslqpu. J. club H. Mrs. S. u U I e · �on of TacOma. h h l O o l r 1 n DI��u F,durallo".1 PfGble�... l� :.�:: '::.T �:�� ��;;:� I:.e�� �:�. 5IIl' d�� f:��e: � �1��e �.�:e! �; has ste:� �;I: ;;':t:!��!��:� :;���;r�:!:����t :1. ��: �;e����� d our souls He wanWl us Tht St\·enteenlh Annual Confe�. ;:;; , ' Miss Ruth Jaco�n �penl Frida)" �:�:.r olle of the'm being dumped. Mrs. J. L. Bro�tom. Mrs. Ii. L. Dah1. ,SC llool. .nd Super· Some peoPI�on·t know wh.t th.y work In His ylne)'ard. E...�n after No'·ell1ber 14. .In Ptarson. Wash., l"l rs. I. Stewart and Mrs. Mildred SlnCt 1115 return 10 "merlca. the ence on Admlni.slnllion - TIi s wha� ). ha'·e slartM In the Muter"! sen'lc'! \1slon of elemtntary and .5tCOndary miss . , .nd . som \·Isltlnl ntr brothtr Berger. a 1930 ? i t�"'art. The club �III be bus). 1111 Rt\·rN'"d · Oranskou has seryed as school.<; ··Nos·· rl'mllin In our htltrtl. was hl'ld at the Unl\-enltJ galn l by havloge.nneunusual of religion gradu.te or P. L. c. namt. m.n)· I "inter maklng. plans for another head of the departml'nt Very otten ..·e want keep ··Just Demon". and October 10"' of ars c )" 1"·0 " .. for and at Waldorf a . . !food liellSOn · · . one·· pet sin, or have .n enemy IH.t ,,·ere methods m 'OO f clllSll of !Irationa ar t )" last suml'd tht pn"sldenc)· . Ht:' It! preS('nt. serloUily consld�ring cond�Cted' In lhe University eltperi- I -Ask yourself: 'Who am I thaI 1 iust can·t,.be forgiven. But JUit thinK PRESESTS PROGRA:\1 or JUUlli as He hung upon th.t cruel i v.lue .nd uses Tht atlllude 5Chools. dUferent a hRn mental take should stu· thl' and •. Chin from ortl'r thiS Wah The Alunlnl croa.�. He looked upon his IoOrment· in pol�lnl Iht I m)· Sa,·lour? .. Tlnlelslad. �t)· cluh I Thl' Parklandn commun .t Waldorf IIlnetrely hope that of dlagnO!Ltlc testa on. . . ·mtthod w� clearly n th ark dents ""·hat�er he doe� In the lint of W8)." to corl'f'Ct Miss Soh.elg HJo!!rmstad spent Thun' l :�� "':';�:,�y a�: nl !� t' p : educ.tlona od ted. )" demonstfi' e ··The I.n,:,tr cleanllnes.s of the b be l tor will th uplifting day t\.l'nlng. Nov.\)13 vlsl�lng .htr Armlstlce p rogra n� T�: :..::�.g bt's!..-Waldorr LobbyiSt. iUe· of art tht of deal lood ··A beauty a Is nited then" that out r.dlatel! WIlII.m John Cooper, U ::rt °d the �"i'ram ...ere HeleTl maklnl Is to know what to cut 011.·' sister. Dagn)". .....-' st.ates commlsslontr of eduC lLtlon on tht oUWllde:· Xavier. ar k. race ar 0"·. Laura She,·eHaavlk · .E T OSSA chara.cter1Ud our Mu,CkUonal sYlltem S HOR E land. P Vivian Piercy. CK PeltllY U Durbin. S N R C ! = � at ··Men use Ius brains In bulldlnl Tht se\'tr.1 alumni prl'M'nt 1.1 thl' Dorolhy Wood. Homer COlt. Richard The studenlll of Luther Colre!fe s belnl on trial. and IndlCRilon5 thelr characte;' th.n In building present polntM to I.ck of · .p. last footb.1I lame of the liel.SOn last to e e I c y a f chicken COOp:· Pfl\leler. o I ar , �:.�� V��� o; �O��a}����� �=;� ��e �I��; �:��� :� =� �:�a�;:.� :e:��� A���: �::; Ing :=. �·.��i�k�Y���to�. ��� �� an people In 11ft. . address on ··The Fundamtlllais of October :n. Olle thousand Floe; former Itudtnls, Ly.1 Kreld-.. World . Peace:· The club elected wI:re "resent hea·r the concert. ler ·29 Burton Kreidler '25 ..Eddl SPORT ... committee to ...ork on the un. Director Sergei Sokoloff moldee! Dr. F. B Knight, Professor of Brotn�y '21' Oerlru·de 8;dO .� ne employm!'nt Question I.n tht com' l lhe volcu of hl5 chorUi In the saml' :�::��:eJdtht����:��li�h:::e��w:; WEAR '.Cork" Col�m 'lO, ..Norrle·· �ng� munlt)" fashion that a !'Otter molds his cla�· ' &I. . . low '28. ··Arilltotll'·· TIIII.nt . and or an Rrtillt blends his colors. The :::��� �'����v;� ::S�;;;�. �: �:: ··Marv" Howl$, ·29. t Mrs. EdwardS. ""lft of Prof. J. e�::�7 :=o:: : of th� p�nt alte for ch.r' Lined-$9.50 toilS 0 t :�:�I':::����h;� thr nf'ed , r and personality superYl5on.. Wool ,,·as delightfully sur· S)'I",III Larson "28. ...ho has been O. Ed".rds. to. makt the change from acte Rted ot the Min- Sheep Lined-l i S (0 120 . Superintendent tralolnl for: almost two )·e.n In the prlsed on her birthday Mond.y .blllty , falsetto unnoUce. neapolis city $C�ooIS natur.1 olce declared th.t Statile Gentral Hosplt.al. spent evening by the memben of the floC_ abl In the 5C�ools has Thund.y .'temoon. No'·ember ult)· and their wh·es. who p�liented it-e program composed Chit;. public confidencethat thert Is less I 112.50 to 120.00 at her home In Parkl.nd. her ..·Ith a sih'er Tht lue�ts h. ot works' by some of tht more Increased. and " "leader.nd ot a memory book' ta: full ot ··rol1ow�nhlp t,. II -tnJoytd an eyenlng of muilc .nd RU I.n composen. bu In- ship" on tht part ofmore Wool Stag Shirts meaning .nd Import.nce. COI­ the common I VlslloOrs of Eric Haukt and, ClIf. ...mes. and wtre later lier\'ed dell 'j popular Itle studenta 10"'1' to keep It.-­ clUdtd also lie,.eral other selectloTl5.. --$"7:50 - to II l.50 Chips. P lltge I�.--CO � ), .. : ford Mesford o,'''r tht week-end clous refreshments. how theJ ...111 treNUTe It and ed were M he present numben T . I.ter. ...·ere: Mrs. H.uke. Ml"1 Mtsford. El· , Wild Irish �:. ··A Cossack P.rty:· It makes tlte mO!Lt attractive mtr H.uke, .I)d W.lter Christian· Mr. and Mrs. Forest Crews �nler· ··Dreamlng ·Lake:· ·'Serenade.'· .nd and satJsf.Ctory of .11 ,llts. son all Of. Astoria. OT'egon lainI'd a ..roup or friends at a house '''The PrlllOner·s Escape:· The ··Volga Brightl'n up the hOllie .....ith nit'e a few £lowers or �arty o'·er the ...·eek·end It their Boatmlln Song·· and the ··Cossack 1134 PacUic A�nue summtr home near Ml!.nnnlt.. Party·· ,,·ere sunil with tht reeling hlooming plullt. Fluwers £ft£'lbh tJ Important and A grt..t many studenta object· to th.t exemplUled the Russian at hl� for everybudy and l'\·crythe emphasLs that high 5Chools and Mr. Paul Xa,·ler of Alaska. who work and at his piay. thin� Chips. College� rollele! .re placln, on comJ)0i5lt\on has been away for about twtnty·rh·t and rhetoric. Thty do not re.llze years. Is visiting his mother. Mrs. -;;;���m;:�� � ��mon' Flower -that thLs subject Is the mo.st Im- Amanda Xavier. Ht will remain I I'Shop portant one In .ny currlcu�um, and over tht holidays. -that It 15 most useful In any profes· 117. Uo � Member ) 9th and BrolldwllY sion or trade which . person may Mr. C.rl Bartels from. Arl1ona I,' . . , , of 'u,· . "h hO I: .n",. ",,,,,tan, ,"ould u" Mu� 'pon' m�' Hinderlle friend ot Parkland. Ed teachers who .rt taklng our nonnal Phone \\Iudison 38]8 R.fJ · Purklund. \\'ash. course p.y partlcul.r .ttentlon to Mr. Bartels I.ttl for Arlron. t.rl)' this subject, .lnce It ta: 10 vitally con. ���1l.Y 'tlomlnl. November 16. I 1 =:���i e �� l�::��� � fi -e held Ita relu, .gu �:n:�7 :m�':� �!:7� 1:= The Junior Le-NEAL E. TH'ORSEN teachtr Is v.furless to the pupil, If lar meetlng Sunda)' .r.temoon In the Gooda. H.lfHair Dyes, Toapen, Brookdull' the teacher cannot express h.l.mIeU Trinity ChUfch. WI,., MAaU h c.I�.rIY and lotr1cally. The best en. 92"' ... Broadw.y Mal.n lll1 �I�. ��al�a�:;:��d:��we;�lI�:b�� ' . gineer Is v.lueless If ht cannot m kt II ·::==::...�===== TSCHUNKQ'S We .Can Count on You ror . Cu.stomtr .ccurate, conc� ":-hlch tell Ho_ of no'ftr!l tera. doctors. I.,,·ytn, Joum.ltilta; all Tacoma·s lll,'orite flo'll'er &hop We Appreciate Your & mu.st hal'e • thorough k.nowledge of So. Paclflc Avenue at 500tb .... Patronage the f.cts as he ....anta them to. PHONES: ' Mad. 51+-Mad. 515 CREDIT JEWELERS E. M. Two S� at Your Se� .Rosso's.G arage

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Tt'iHnlin- l'hurlu'!cd, for the 011-<:1'11I1·j.((, piIlY. " i\rnkell I)i.!lhc�." h'lYC l.ccn ChllSCll, .Juvenile lclld� w.ill lie fil led . by Frnllt'('s .Ianc Lavin lind Jnhn Vernon; Churn<:h,'{;·. leali!l, hy ;\Iuri(', \'andillbur� lind \Yaih'r ''I"ounlo:. . The n.lllIplcl(' e l s indlldl'�: .I(,IlIl�" w i fe of Cyrll� 11)1(1 ' l l l I ;:;1:::::;r;;IYI�1 �I; rs� ft�� ��,,�� �:I�I.\��l:llli �!UI������� � �i:::i�� ��,�����: six. phfu.id a nd fillil. :'olu-:ie (}l1Id�l: Elaine. abo.pl Fn'llll'('s' .ltin('-hu\"in: �I S. the (other. "'tiller Youn/ol:; Hi C lurk . John Yi-rnon:. Sum (irL'ClI. nei�hhflr. Eric lIauk : Rcn-rend Slump, (:lur('IH"e �IOIIl\(IIl; (:ht'stcr t\rm�lrcm�. SlInkcy .lQjmson; Quinn, un qf(i('cr. Ah'ell(- Schicrnmnn: --Judges lor the tryouts which .ere COMMUNITY CHEST held I.t slx·thlrty TUesdl.y evenln"l, DRIVE NETS $I04.5f; Iller� Mrs.. Tl.ylor. drl.ml.Uc club. l.d·

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vlser. Mrs. Kreld.ler. and Mr. Hauce A .total of about '130 ......, con· 'nIe dl.t.e of presentation has not· to the Community Chat by yet bHn definitely oJec::lded. but will people of Parkland Iliane. 'IM..&e undoubtedly be either the .l&.tter par1thIJJ came from the faculty &nd of Jl.nul.ry or Ule first Pl.rt of Peb· st�denta ot PacUlc LuUleran. COl. ruuy. � . left, be1n( • �batl.DUal 1nCRUe ot�eb��:����l�� :: =Z Enjoy Conference over the re5Ult of lut year's drive. years :M"rs. Bumpetel.d. has naited Lutheran Stude!lt 1 A88ociation ThLs e.nnounccment met with a her husbaJ\d. In I.nd o�t of aeuon barks !It hlm her d�ppointment rousing cheer [rom �e CDmDllttee 10 she course. With flfty.t,,: o delegates In attend· chl.rge Hlnderlle; 01 the COmmunity Cheat tn. thatl she m.}1·�d athwukJJn. and .. on Saturday e\'enlng. t Id n a m e to T ording m 22. President T\ngelstad attendet1 ad :�:;h:�w��m :n:�:: :u::. acc cha.l.rm&n�ta �::�:n� :���h: ����e:� to�Mr. �Honl. the celebration 01 the fiftieth annl· of the Park· but .ho went a.lY to the btc: city Association ot America met land com.m..ittee. as \'ersary ot Rev. O. Oroensberg . and beca e rich. College Church. of Waahlnlton, mlnlster In the Lutheran collected by a Oyrus �I to help hb 'Y0untt!r money n l .toa:· �::.te7Inderlie. co'mmlltee co�Ung ot Anna Mit· :a=� E���: ;: :tyr:r1e::. th� a::u1; ::n:���:U:or kelson, Eric Hl.Uke, Fred Lee, a.nd the barn.ie of .au, mUfa lhat Mrs. 'llet'k$ I.go, has had }Oumal1stlc Millard Qullie foct· the COUece &nd Bumpate� Itea�m1 l&.f8 doWn. Be convention. perlenoe,Jhavlng betn fLMOClate undert.a.tes to wash the · Sva.re IIX" the rema.tnder of the cheerfully or of the Moorinl lectures and pa'pef"l\ Rev. .upper d1ahCll when Mrs. Bumpatead · <:ommunlty. editor last spring andM...,t and studenta made up the elder dauahtera depart two the and fall, and the P. L. C tor the first two days. with d r:: Nine Students to �r ;s:��!i; :e:=�I�:.=� ..: s �ir �n�':t .�-:'a:�u� ::;� . the bt�:q�:� ��":.Is � comel hom� beamlna' ..lth n San Francisc . Por SC\·ot· thereforwere Blbl:classes and de- De bate Th'IS Year and e I yearsI he h..., been O .charge spirit or the occasion. Be' kee� al· \.otlonal services. :1!e:�t� ��I:�::I? :!I::=�g�� I school b��ns, M\s.slon s Seaman vian a lent Wh a sher,t f t comes hunting Scandll'! ' Press sesslona of the Natlonal'promlnent In Journalism at the UnlIe party from P L' C' was taken Lutheran Students' Union and professors of Journal1sm ��o���:O�n Page 'nIree � to 'nKent on ThUf$d'ay arternoon by Prospects (({:r. Successful Sea· �o:p��:�:IO��e ���O�Io:;:,h�d��� tlon held here last year. Conven., venlty. at the University. Various problems Dr_ (rlngelstad. At Kent they met son Bnght.. Four . crooked Ch�ter teturns out to be'apurveyor. Besides � newspaper I.;Ctlvttles, pertaining to hlgh·school publicaRtve\end Foos. who drove them thl! Letleqnen o.ut 011 promo r. a gold·brick, M.r. Hageness has proved hIrmeU a ttons were discussed by the lectur- Second. MeetIng of rest of the way. The first night was I. has who rlUeal all·round n and capable student leader. He was pres.!. ers a.nd the delegates. The high· . spent at ElleIUburg. the second at a result or debate tryouts he'le:! lpent much of his life in Jill. � dent 01 the lreshman C;lass last school leaders d.\sCwsed. questions of AlumnI Group Held Spokane. and Saturday mornlnl ..... :Wednesday to lttrd. Jenny's heartexpla.lning night, the varsity debatt woulg break t.he part�' at Pullman. just In time squad .was announced and Is this yel.r president of self·government i? hIlh achools, and M!-. Haugl'. that out," Cyrus uys. 'in on d erent el to a�::�� ��:17� ��:!��� �' ��: debnle coach. The fiveby wom t t no eff?rt to let:e en- afld why heh umade Includes Group of I e ��: ::: a��ill�:�:�t� ;= :t �:U;r�':. Ul Program ea n m wh m Pia : NU �:d�:ep . ure use L; Ume. Ple elegate C . . hl.d the ea 1 J � :�: ::: : : ��� Soror:ltles and trat.erp.ttl ho d � � ):::� �! � :ee��..; : :e :ro�� u d R S � of gettln&: I. nat :rt loslnl their Jacobson." Marte Vandlnburg. Evelyn ed on Chester. Elabie m.an1eI Harold Oray, elected by the stu. "&ie delega,tes, who were well enthe� � and runnin8: 01e half the jack· ArneSon. Dagny Hjerm1tad. C'ta! &:rotery boy. I.nd the pl&.y encls with dents to 1\,'ork ..., business manAger. lert&l.ned dw1.ng their StAy. Qo The second meeting of the newly way· try. In that rabbl co the 0f"Pll1Ud Alumni As5oda.Uon ....., ta un has I.l.5o had wide experience in Thursday evening a banquet Pord, John John. an iDcueation of .luture peace lor Morris Hagenesa. , jOurnalistic work. Betore attending Unlvemtr Commons honored the Cyrua. FrI4ay evening, November 2, New officers elected at the busJ· son I.nd Earl Percival. Pacific Lutheran Collcte. he was representatives, whIle on Pri4ay held at 8'00 ' ock.. There Wtte about sesa.ion "'ere: President. Vema . enthu.s:��I as.soc:.ate editor of the Lincoln nlgh.t University stud�nis lta.ced a Uurt;.nvofcl member&. &nd � Jensen of the University ot Wut\· about Mr. Hauge Is very '· , S 1100 d A d' the prospect.! tor debate U , lence pe un Newa, "'cekly PubJlce.tton" of LIn- WhOOPee &how fIX" their ent.erta1n. present ' lngton; Jb pres.!dent. Arthur Jer. a .W ,colo Htc:h Sebool TIlocoma. The men!: A tour of Be&We, • tow" of of Wuhinrtcn State Cc.!lIea;e; !� ��e I:�r�� � ==:!���� By Talente.d Speake� sb�'procram lncluded a lf?Up pre�ous year, u a freshman h the Campus, and a vtsIt to the Beat· ot plano secretuy, L1':'-b Acker- debate this year.1e::salved: thfo.l· the 101011 by Mn. nn&:"el!t&d. should adopt a policy of fr� g:;��I.I�N�:�=�e 1:�; =�� . �: �' �� =�-: ::e':: � �� ��r!::u:n c:nlso ;:::: ��� t:::t:� :e:: ot the ;:l��r:i �:; nations trade. ; . top. sembly of collqe stuclenta. Hisspeak· Svenson tdilOr the 8I!>COnd semester 'FA the temoon the guesta -:en I.dmltted Hanna Anderson. '28, president of advtser� Reverend . Norgaard. Ie ...·the· � Play. The Marie Vandlnb.urt, fJuttl Moorin8: Nut. 'I'h13,y�ar, up to and tree to the championship ,.me be· the Ed1aon Alumni As5oda.tlon' Plrst Lutheran ChW"Ch of Ta· Ruth HaceneM er .Wal soon tomtten. -'The aud�nce.Jacobson and Olalyear' Including \pis .liaue. he hl.ll eon. tween LanevIe. and Cleo Elum. hIgh e � Arnt 0 '27, are ·Iett.ennen from \.Bat s Va,.· !!at lpellbound. In lrnq1.naUon" w� tl.nued u edller 01 the Iporta eehoolL :: the P&ulabo Al�'adopted town of slty squl.d. went to the quaint little partment: With his election � de. the . . . conaUtution ....., A Hi School One by one the Obert.mmera;l.u. Sap .wr he will, however. turn DELTA RHOS E.NJOY ' , . Professor E''''eslrom the short buatne:asthesession. and Judu, laca· O pll.yers fUed put, J�UI, over �ilI position Ie Harry SOUth- THANKSGIVING PARTY IIna' Literary S CIety that decided t �t1ng:s Martha, and the others.. worth, who, with Er1e Hauke. bas . Visits Oregon Cities dot,A Mary, . '. ./ ,.j , should be held the aecond P'rIday A meet ina" ., held TUeaday. No· betn-asalst.&nt thla tall ' rew mOTe. warda from the .pea.ko:n Wednesdl.y noon November 2, . mootb. The next meeting 25. tor the purpose ot Orlan· . Mr. Victor Elveatrom, the field. er and .e laW the play In prop-eu. 'n\e flnt Bap., published taa-7f*r the Delta Rho olurunas enjoyed 6I. ofw111every be OD Dr&.oembtt U. hlIh·school JJte�ry society. ot Pal;.1£lc Lutheran conep ls People from ,11 parts 01 the world with Irene Dahl editor, ... M;r: very lovely 11la.nu.tvlna' luncheon Ratrmbmenta served. by . officers elected tor thb trI� In 'O� ' .ere there, nttlnc" in I�tfwith Oray ot U8OClIote In tbe>. diapel �lo"', ,.. comm1ttef:. YO� chal.rman, I..&at week ProCeuor E1�m .... the majestic, mountalnous back· � be �qt,. �. proera.rq eopaisted. of readlnp . editor. . . .. Laraon, IC!CI"etary. A doLng Development AalOCI.a.Uon w«t. cround. 'lbe natlonl· of·the .orld eel the 8&p at the annual Prell by � Barr,- plado ae1ect1oni by 'a''' cIn..q up canst!· in Orq-oo City. ThIs week be � in were humbly � the repro. Conterenqe, held at" the OblveJ:alty Ethel 1ft1nin tte, read.Inp by Evel,yn Final .Drama .' He .w return abou.� ductloD of the l1!e.ot the One t.h..t . � 'of WuhlDct.on in �. ArneIoD. a.nd • Ihort. �ptu Held '!u also �kcted. .�Tu , . 0_ _ " December 3. _ - .tbej all worab1pped. Tbe . 1peI.Ur to JIr Hona, &dytser, tbe � Not � bu be had' e:aperte:nce in talk by IlrL Kre1d1er. ot th1I club is to promote ----1L ---:niil LS!. LOVE! Plnal DnmaUc.C1�'tumoutI went on, and. we .... · ·tbe people . .. � � but � 10 pubUc Monday. Tboee I.dt.n HtelV)' Uij1 cln.m.f:tk 'ADVENTtraE! ' C' w&lk1nI lkI.", bocDe. alJent crowd beld at pnIIa wan.. Both � J"e!>I' aDd ibiI P&:rllalDmtarJ 1&., .... . tbeJ •.re, Hdl too bu., �th hII year.be ... been.the P: 1.. f:. cor mUted were H&rOId Qra1, I . thoII&btl to spealI: aloud.. 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and t.h1a Ume to Aa:1, .Four . COLLEG£ PACIFIC Lt.rI'IlEIlA.� PrInted by Johnion-Cox CompanJ', m Pactnc An. Helen bunt lnto tc&r1 , me Entered i.s second-cly:s matter at the Pnr;t- OUke at Putland." Wa.sh. from you ' ap1n." A. paUle- " . Mr, Jamlson rose, walked '� Initon, under Ule AC1 of Conaress of March :So 1m. ...rnes are /fOOd. TbeTe the table to h1i daUCbter, and toot m·these Subac.tlptlon price tI· per echoo l yea.r-Advertisl,na Rates 'on Request I isn't a coot ln' the �ld that can her in · bi. arttJ.I, "Don't cry, ' I'm !IO lOrrY, You see I �'t �t !I! :t . E EdI r ' M�i Editor • Deu Ma'n � : Red C&rboa: "I don't aleep WIth . � ��80� _ _ . ' _ = ot Mau my' wtndow at Spo'rts �Itor - � ' . 'Harold Oray ,t.acy that these ... � were � NCb a apleo.tid �t week at thla· time met do." Sporta Write,. " • H.Uke, H.rT)' SOuthworth Mr Jaml:son and hla dauahter, record, There .... DO other � d.rftme,oI t.urkey, and th1a week • Eric .. . AmelU: Holmquist wbat we 8&nII:ef "Bay f 11 Copy Edlwl'1 " • havinl ni.h� I Helen. SOme d&y "'11 ret and Marie Vandinbura: Hele�, were seated .t a � breU• ht to: have here la • Features any turkey ap1n F'tancu Jane Lavin and Marp.ret Porath fut table, ....clni a Iar&"e window lstand." .. . . Mildred Ct.N! o\'erlOOklni .the river. Exchanaes - . ,topped cryinf" and , � � maybe. for?" Alwhnl . Ida Hinderlle Helen 'wu chatUna: away . "mo a amile that .... liII:e the Oh, w.. the �est tb1na hAPL. A. Society Cora Ooplerud thla or that, se y alter an AP:rll &hcnn:.:r pmed. lut week, Nedra aDd Helen em.ln&! ' In .1&8 hOuaeI lint wbo Ie . . Reporte�l&ra PJvmedal. KatUe E.".Peut, Ev�lyn .AmellOn, Thora Reay e, wben und It the �'t l but-it were down � th r ,a u ahe had ala,.. dooe. well answer � doort)el l, muaaen, Pauline Bc:hJerman, Ruth B�wn and John Hopp, ' be helped. Now, rot �e knotty ldeu.. Tbey t1ed " c�tter, fi.eft!tofore, had . Typlst L. A. - , - ) �edr. Dublak amused her 'lather; but - . aptn. we'll let r1C� � Of the dothea InID . be CO bu, band the In blrd A the, .than aooaer thtn ota and buy our laland back. m BUSINESS DEPARTMENT detected a note 01 aa.c1Iress. wat.ehed CIOIe1)'� A. d . . . !:��-=�r �� == b:!� �. � �:w�=�: � ��Y Of coune, theft! ' al"aya the�:; Wl1Dltl sort of c1l.d e It Cln:ulatlon Ma�r Olp. Kell escape him. He 111''; resouncUnr II:1si on e&Cb. but I IUppolit ear Ilent.mIn!: \ tum� and stood laetna hla thoughts ' for a wt11le Faculty Ad\'lMra N. J. Hona and O. J. Sturn the tour yean &he h:&cI --;-: 4-; 7 ... · --: -'-:. � . the dothee bappeD� to be h!L . b1a , -'ll}e windo.... ..,- Helen', 'Daddy had L. A. . We had tryouts tnt .the· au.1Cboo1 Itr Haw:�'(ln ch� clua It wu a i1orloua June m�niIn" older. What had ' happened lc ): 10 to make him lite that? • blue Uy' overhead, a �Uon Piat. �t nl&b� and I tb1nk,. maybe 'Tm stuck j)l] thI.a pz'Obiem " 01 dlffeft!nt kinds of trees whlaper· r have a ch&nOe to be � tbe prop. '"Come on, Daddy: 'Feu up. . ' Ramlt&d : "rm l1 . ou � i d y ll e Mr amon� e 1. �=���: :aUt y� left e�lj to iO on 1 " :f;-n=L. A. J like that? Don't you know ttiat Tbanbetv1ni ' vacaUon iOt Ruth Howard.: "Juat t.h1nk-man and juat"beyond the daughter, Helen. is QIe best the' .river running double "'iroe:s for every period they learned to ny like a bird " . old fixer In seven states?" rlppllni and sparldin,ln the rn1saed. I guess tha� matea ,some nl Ted Evjenth: "Yee, but he can't /I :'Yes, Helen, .I kno"". I've the� feel: under the weather, but a1t on a. barbed wire tenae." sunshine: · tell you even 'th�uih It Is minutes pa.saed before elth� some- of them didn't mind, becaUle I ;;, ;;;i;, ful to me. The sooner, the then. u If to herself, Hele'n It only meant that they w� i1!ttina" I : sup�." broke the silence'' '"I wonder if UUs orie more than the, would have Ill . ' ··Oh. Daddy, It must be JEWELERs could be the sama Bob I met at Ruth iOtten anywa,. Of course I don't ally because 1 don·t usu . pr u an d �� t�e �l��d�'��en. blue eyes serious and th,\uihtful not to try out for the 2S1 8 . 11th 8t. despite her attempt at nUllery, p1aciet I think I becauae away from me ' Cutini ed her elbows on" the table and thoughts from her, Helen enouah 1haLwhen I am.-Imme cupped her Chin Ii1 her hands to her father Joyoualy, Come Of cour&e I know that 1 juat iOt �I\\ Now I'm listening 00 on WIth Dadd) Let s iO for a horseback back from vacaUOn. and you pve JOur bloodthirsty tale, Mr Jami· ride me IIOme money but a man .... selllIOn When Helen was banly three Irli' candy ban on the tra.In, aDd I dUlIlc{' Helen succeeded In produclni & ld 5OOlJ.. atler the death o( don't Jl:nnw where au the money tiny smile upon her fathers lace �:"m:th�r she. ",u rJI n a ' �ter went I thlnll: you � but It quickly nnl.shed her fav- send me some- bec&uae Rabbi t ' story book It P. <.. '"The Island is no longer ours, orlte4dume story, anlf Helen talk. liable to happen and then Helen," ".. . . . ' ' ed about "Peter Rabbit" 10 much, wOuld 'l be. Helen ..·tnt whf�. The i.sIlliid had thid one day her father brought Aloweeshus doesn't feel very . /" al",'a)'s been a prir.ed posseso but I guess he's Juat lettini si n. It home a .whole 'tory-book .....u· a tiny piece of grou�d. raGt Theft! WILl "Mother Rabbit," . coverini more than two acre&. locat- sy," '"Mops),," "Cottontail:' �1. ed In the very midst of the James and mOfl,t loved. "Peter :' IS river. l(� then: the girl had spent sell. Peter Rabbit was III the hllpplest hours of her life. companion, until he dl� 'a A lovely bit of ground this Island natural death of old ate "' &.II all co�ered with trees and lonely tek-s had."been II 'll;OO(1sy th ings The James river wu picked 61,1t one or not large elo1ough to warrant such remote descendents, one fan isilliid but u If In marking It's tlrlCUy resembled him and eourse the river could not bear to upon him the honored UtIe or TACOMA obliterate such beauty It divided Rabbit n IllS ItGtlt and ran &found this lovely , � � ' T� � '� " Co � � tn� ""' : � ' � ll = = = � � � n.� � � :;:; ;: � : ; � '-� � ;.; � = = � . . ....ooded spot. It was a happy thought, _ and had &lforded Heier; '" '" n many happ�'. childhood hours: "YOU see. de&f, I 1000t qulte a large sum of money through an unw1&e Investment, so much, In (act, :;;;:;;;,;,.. i ln order for you to stay In' school N ;; N � ;O;: ;;;; ;;;q;;;:; � = = = ;:'= ==: = = � � I had to mortgage some of our ea ures ampus (;U<-IJD,;>, property, the uland Includ� Of ChltaCter_ Is_ an exprU1on, n . w nderin, about 'thf' eamp�s c � of quall�y. It Is our desire to pr��· ::�: ;:u . the reporter notlc� : , ' HO"'e\'er. things have not gone . fJ give this expre5.�lon to our ""ell here. Try u hard u I might, lIero Tietjen studying In customers through the mer· J could not save It. Just last month library. This country hu �n blesaed with the laland and the forty eut of Your eoilege EdlolcaUon will enaJte yriu to ie€ more lot of cheerful givers. but the here pa&sed out of my hands to out of �fe and. increase your eamlni power. ""ere cheerful takeT8. Roy 1�IlJen wandering Into Mr. Van Weldon. Hla &on, Robert. It does not require an education In order to see the dlnln&. hall late. as usual. Is IIvln, In \.he old Jones' house on advantages of Lutheran Brotherhood lNurance. Our stations. iroeery store.s. and the eut forty now. He is rt'Cupera.t­ " Specials" ARE superior. also contributed to the needy. !ni from a recent Illness. I've met Belon: buying insuranct-, see one of bur represtntatlves, . couldn't help themselves. him. He BeelJl8 to be a very line . or write the Home ofnqe: young man, a civil engineer. You'l , a ""hole the community chut like him, Helen. He'll be SkUa Sorboe prealdini at was 'a 1U0ces3, beeauae It was for you." Moorlni Mut meeUna. Helen', face, .hlch had or not rJlve; you couIdn·t (Lepl Resene Llfe. Insuranae) , white at the fact that the . no lonitr belonged to ber, HERllAN 1.. EKERN, Pre,ldent

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HeUel.S 11 now 211, andn� h.- been ren1us ot nr.t rank. the id sa that 'he baa OOW re&ehed ::I� :�wt1lTb��r:..=� : ::: :.wrW:�lnO� ahould be olfiWlt.. ' J)ttfeetion ot�.:w tou Meuenser. acco�ce wlt.h the cUstom or Itv. I ;neuat worll the wora 01 hUn that lila" a cioneert tiere before the Itu- sent me wh e It clt.y' the aht home lor the C�I5't1lu com�th �henU no w � workn1. '-The Upcol.n� Neft. DT, ;),obannee ,foatrup, 't3, mI..u1on- �:��IO�� lona n wbo In on uth Af w ca, t.rY So ri o. There will be no admlMlon �a _ /U ... � tn the World, I the .UaM ot the world, SYSTEJI hls return }GUrney ria Norwa,y, baa �, but a lliver oUerlna' 1Vi.ll be 1I�. d nc o of bell'll the the tint When he had. thua itpOII.:en. He apat l5U o. U H1&b Art. The Itudenu of Manual to make a cuh eontr:lbuon the rroUnd, t.nd made ela1 crl. haTe � their Jud1daJ. alumntouathe School' seventieth Annlveraarj (Continued Prom Pace One) the .plttle, t.nd He t.nolnted the s)'!tem, �b1C;h ill under complete stu- alUOfl' tendered Rev O umnJ fund He malled t. oontrtbu _ roensbera bt.a h1a With 'claJ eyes of the blind dent controt . f e or ' And aid �to him, 00. wuh' in I This - Nr.t �OO .tudent.-IO�- �::� . :f: == � � Y ll 6;�=� :: =:In:-:�. H� Ul ' b!! �CCffd� by _�v, .A. H. :�:ta;�n�':::): (;::n� : acrou the oeean.� Cb1� wThonen �! =:�� �e: t.nd of PortJlind, �n. .,.,y thenfore t.bd wuhed. t.DC1 rtrl's easea. respecUveJy .... TO Rev. proenibert sent a-reetlnp to cune Iftlnc " ' - ' made by two JU�" ad friends hls PntJand Ilnd P. L. �' JesUi I.J �na: by.' now ... ��f!: ��e �� On Sundt.yItI evenina. The eNef PIlJ'POll8 .ot th1J project tO�th� n� � November �. are 'enll!rlnt, �� th1a Jar of l.J.to enable Itudenta at Mt..nual Alta leae of I!'ur!t'Sound 'by .resldento Doctor Tinaebtad IJro\liht many jp'Htinp anee, Jesua··llo. doubt. to receive experience In 'coUrt pt'O--' of Los Ani'Cles who preteI1l to have to the San Franclsco co�Uon .ho ap1rlt.ually bUDd.. • ceedlnp.-Manual Ari'e weetIY' his � � ooa' q ceria1n u�tl d by the Re\'erend ft. H. J. Ha- .There aerve: 7th�eo:ont.UOCI ' ;;; -;;;;;;;;; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;; rh��t � tSt baa �1. which wa.s �Iebratltlg . Ita .b:- .e should ut: oul'1le:lves that are WI• stnce 11123 received. Uelh anniversary, November HI-l3. reeted by thIa e1'ent In the We of P' This gilt �eInto' further the In tht')lnterest of a trip Call· JesuJ. God hu .ome purpoee to for ' Importance e<lueatlonal fomla �e the In each of of ' compllah jlrganlrmusic on our by of e the cott'llege hu atWlled. aU0r,u,' �tor Ttni1!'lIt&d appet.rt'd Jesus knew why He .as in the world. of Pu t SoUnd TraU. befort the Northern Pa.storal Con- He -,Id. ,"I must worll lbe WOfU 01 Sheaffer, Waterman, Conklin'" ference In Ban tanclsco. Moet of Him tpat aent me." There .... FounWn Pens and PenelJ.li the advice was toFthe effect that an que�on In HI.J mind u 'to the. reaBrld Cases. Leather Goods h :�Ulln:�:i't!d out If :;:::�:�:��a t�:�. �:r� �:� �Ea�� � d�ng 00(1'. wtU in t.U our UDderTl,.ree poor tt.mUlea oi Pt.rltlt.nd that th� oholr should concentrate on ���,�tauonlen have foUDd Qod'a t.t.kInp. When Peo-. Young trip the a Chicago ¢ &' bCl to vtn a much happier Than p for us, we Ihould praJ B1m had. t.nUdpt.ted, Wednea:- pie's LOl;her League. any long trip urpose for, strellf1.h to do W'OrL a larJe box of rrocertes Is poMIbJe -Jn. �� year o.!.,.tLPJnclal .� to�:m �to �:ell::�; :�v:: ;e��:� ;::�f= : �:� =!n ��:f!: ����::� The result great bl� to come to California., Lutheran College hIm, but the .a:o bad to IU1'f came to the eyea: 'Of an Dr. Ttngelstad returned from hIsr peraecutlon alter hIa bealIDc· er y. Novembe lady .. t. box .... aet on lbe ten.day trip Wednesda t h�� a?;:p wa.s 10 26. ::�: tn�rC�I ��;:tf : ;Is�: �u� w:e ::./a:� :.�td::.e::: I \ �:� �;c: =e . o e s "Am I dolna' thJ wID. �:tx:::��' hav� a Tht.nbiIVtna dJnner. preaent students .and brtnp and find the t.DJWer In We've betn eatlna JUit applea: and IngS.' from them to the students here. hls' Word, potatoes tOt" lbe lut two montha." ---. The other people .ere 10 prac· PROF. SPEA�T Ml� MEETING Parkland New Eaoch t s �=� ��u�:r;m=:'�r ' Professor A. W, Ramltad .... the thinp given to It. speakef at the Mls!ion Boelety Theof· enthuslum shown by mem· bers 'he Pt.rkland Parent Teach· The Mlaalon SOCiety, the orpnlzt.� meeting held NO\'ember 25, 1930, He er Easen· A5JoclaUon In their· child .elfare tlon which planned and dlit.rl.but.ed Apoke about "Qualifications ttal In a M1Jalonary," If t.n Indlvld- work ltI.uru another y.car of promthe dllUl�rs. tha.nlts all those ual does not have the qualification. lse, conlrlbu� to their fund. Several Qr."OJects are now well un· The commlt� In charge wa.s WfJ- he will, not have the success wlUl the der way. J\ 'P. T. A, boobheif tor Young, pres!dent.ol the MlaaIon work that he o\liht to have. It- Is pa and teachen lJ'belna erect· , Sodety, Paulln'e Schierman. Ervin very difficult for people going out �rt"nl.5 missionaries to a foreign land � be· many new books have betn purDammel, Carl Staats. and come acqua1nted with an entirely cha.sed fO(.Jhe school library. A new phonotmlph and,muslc memory eoncountry and people. number on the program lest reeorc1J make It poaalble tor the 15010 by Anna M.lUe1Jt'n 'lChool rehlldren to tate part tri the ",I _,mponl'" at the plano by M.aI1e county music mempry conte.t. Hot lunchea are aat.1tI beltla served Tbt MlaaIon 80eiety bu decided by the BMOCtation thls year. MnI: to support a student in Madaguear, L. M. MCClanahan, bead of cafeter· It also had charge of glvlDa la, aervea lIubJt.t.ntlal foods properly ba.Uet to a poor prepared. Sltlce the of P. T, A, . I I ==== fThanbgtvtng funds make It posIIlble-to serve th!'! amily In Partlarid. II very best foods at 3 cents a dlah, It Better Prtnt.fnr 11 avallablt ,to all the boy. and gtrl5 MR. SANTA CL'AUS Keystone' Printing Co Inc. COMES HERE EARLY at IlChool: or lde 0 Main lnf 1 % Pa.cltlc Ave. , Tue5day the LUlh.eran IC,ughter'll as:�d �bY\h� :I��:��' of�:�� Carlyle's Cafeteria \ the Reformation hel4 Its Decem· and department headJ:- Vlce-presl­ meeting In the form of a Christ.- dent, Mr Ralph Sherrill; Secretary, party at the home of ProfellllOr Mrs. J, Xavier': treuurer, Mn. H....,.1. Mrs. Edw�rds, Mrs. Edwarc1J Cox: program chairman. �. 8jli1 OStltmc:l;- hospitality. .Mfa, Leonard Mrs. Hauge entertaining. program conalsted of ;ea4. Brottom: heaJth, Mfa. W. L, Oray: AMOCAT , I Ftan=b;n�:h��: :�!o::' =!t.t=�' :: o�u� \' afternoon .u spent in Stuen; hOllpltaUty, loin. 'Paul Pro· gtfta aDd playing games. mlln, IUld publicity, MIll AUce Orel.. impOrtant and intereSt- brok. "The Peak of Quality" / _� wu the dlstrtbut1ng of After ea.ch UllClClatlon meettna ",Nch contain the pro.- larre fram� picture I.J liven to the for DiArlb1lloriJ . ttie remainder of th1J (l'adt tl'Iat. I.J beat represented by . .

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Hart; SchaD1Ier & Marx CLOTHES

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- ..... tB; ke charge of the sporta -of this pap4!r and write thil column. P . namely'. Ha'rry Southworth. Harry has had experien('e ' r i � \' � I e . Information that I ha\'e tried to ·gh·e. I ha\'e tried to .do my best to make thi. page peppy 'and interesting. and �

By Harold Gray

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Once ll�nin we hl'ar Ihe thud of the basketball W' th a iC.hedult' which pro�bt':t. a,s Baskelball! from the hackhmird. With the memories of the �oof be�ei oneCoUeae of the best 1n the hl5tory gridit bounds ll lin�cring but filintiy in thc mhH!s uf the ";!!==.!.!!!!!���!..!� sport sti !! �!..!� ! �!!!:.. arranaeMonday d:"Ss- (i1udiator othletes. intclIsi\'c practice in the . hoop sl)()rt has ..., lI:t'tb&I.� acUvlUubelneopened I)('�tun for lhe seUSlIlI. Couch Olson's $CC(mt\ at�rnoon wl� tht' fll"$t lurnQUt. College has proved marc Ihall suct.�·ful" so r2 1\Ull� the ���� �ra��tN'�I�lot�:�.ls������i�:�s· !h� records ' =:�� :.:�:th"':�O each Ilh C.l==1 P. . S. reservl!3 .Mount ." ' S S' Experient!ed material wui not be latklng as :�n'Ju!:Im�II:,�rd���� be ba(,k t� form the nudeus of and Chent'y Normals. :..nd SpoIUUlt' men �il1 18 ba('k but, will not be able to turn . Uoh·el"$lty.�a.mInwillan.seeu�nsh' e aln.5t trip orders. SeamoTl.$ Flower BeSides these. se\'eral: resen'e , .:�Pt aetlon ., experience seen ha\'e Shop who a�d prospeds new 8e\:eraJ Eliensburv, Yakima, and Cheney. . � fro came they sCh :�:� a�!:� me:t := �= hlg" (-ols 51th and Broadway n o . In addltloo""to these camt's there Sunke\" Juhnsull. flll'\\'urtl, "ned" Carlson. center, nt'n bethe5e\'Industrial eral practiceteams .-ames?f held Palo. Biil ;s"\,IIHIll. Arnie Thuslenson. Clarence Monson -and with Ta· Alvcllc SchiC'rrlHlIIll . j!uards arc Ihe experienced · men coma. ThI5e bt'en )"urdropped all high-school arc turnillj.!; (lut regularly. About thirt�: men donned their games ha\' the uniforms for Cuad. Olson's £irst cull on Montlay niAht. By Dale's Confectionery 5Cht'dule. and nothing butfrom collegts th(' end of the w(.'{·k, tilt.' squud will be divided. su thai murt' . wUl be played. lime l·an· bt· de\"ulct l bv 7'>tr. Olsoll In th'('- first teum. LUNCHES Tht'tumoutofsome3S·men.which . S. Home Made Pit'S ....·ung In� action Monday "'as cut n ·Strvke date many games ha\'e been scheduled this Fou.ntal a squad of n..Tut'�ay. In order no doubt ke�p the Gladiators busy that inmoreforinuosh' e traIning be sep'0n. If many more til18 are booked put .trhe coming &eason.may Tht' summer. Will be kept '. remaining .oup .. Dale's Barber Shop wHi malte up the pla�''ed with second squad and .... ·m alao havt' College. Mt. Vernon ShanT� tOe rt'lJUlar practice periods. t P. S: Reser\'e� Cheney . ....Parltland. .. _-!lalr TlIose "'ho make up the rlnit worth Coijege. Yakima Junior Washington string C.are:Monson. S. Johnson. ham Normal. Two games will. Scott. Fadness.Lequ�. Dahl.Palo. Ny- teams. man. Carlson.Or-yoHauke, l"5On. · If \"ou will nuliec IIIl' scheduh... \"011 will set' S<:hlerman. Sydow,Sandt' F. Terry . will be 1) aycd with high sdltlul . i ,lf = Xmas Cards te.lms. n.i� �� �I_1 ur,�� Th05�nson. � ��;���;�:= l . ahd Trulson. . of till' �hool so that from now 011. all _ _

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Ramstad to Coach d h n f e / Girls' BasketbaU An::. t��nr tha� �Vr:s'h{I:��� �ta�e��I�e:� ie: a �!i:�:�r�� sentath'e of the West to play Alabama in the Rose . BOWI I ; ;: � ��;,;;;��; claims I ti l at P�ena o� New Year's Day. Six Letter-Winners Turning Fes n I] on the fact that Washmgton State beat Out This Yea.. Prosperi8 Are Enco�rDging �sn:utu!h:ff�e�:��:i� i�h::!e:::�e�� !ili��!e to . . t.lte more have looked at stores . • ha"e ('orne to Excl�men u .t �Igned In tht' gym- dusion that they don't mean anything. • think the �:� :ov��:ehre 2:.f�:��t �uM��� �i��:n�e����� t':a��r�:u�/�r:mr ua:d!��t��f::,a:e;er;;� General Repairs :.�:7��co!:�t .-���. Aba.s:�tl:�s::� !live gupte and the tOlsll scS.e ShS.uld be below twenty . Used Cars year. and that practice would comIt hus on:urred mun' Ihan IIlln! thlll t" � rluill tellm will mence at onct'. Mr. RalT15tad has u till' lind d tou('\uluwlls. Sl'ven ur six h:y tc m anotrl('r t'ul d h� a .--real deal experlenct' a.s R tldealt'li t('OIll will heat another It'lI01 by a lar�c scorl'. and Brookdalc defeated teom will turn arntlnd and wuli llp ,til('. first �:C!\.e:ael �::��a��t' �� �::'� :hlll calll. 'ago Illso coached girls' bllSketball �I S.· ·

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Profrs.1Or Paul d rom a play and mMln! proJ:ct. �c:; �: Ingrid composed O . . HI hb)' ...1Il r conn«te<I ..'Ith the Amrrlclln Luth" OraUd. Mf.nr Vllndlnburg. I\8"1I LlteTilry-OrMmalic Soclrt) Ilrogram and En'lyn part of the fAcult}. � of P.· louOth. l.'r number.! on Ihe program rran Confrrrnce a� m�tlng to dlll· accompa nlrd b\" 21 The plcturts of the football be-comtLutheran for thl5 yeMr .....11\ bt' e . ted I Kathlyn PaOlson. Collrgr ..., protrllllOr ....rr. !'· .. r�.dlng. " Instltutlons of ou� C\i.<;'� fulu� 'tducatlonal policy of llen. sanll; Chrllitmas nll'll 'IInd th.. �hort cOurse studen� ofclfleblolog�'. the coUrg.. fI�dlt()riU\lI ��\ ��i.urda� "Carols. For lIOmr tlmr Proftl'o.�r Church:' by Rutb Norgaard. and Pacltlc Lutheun Coll:,e .nd j'\"I'ning. January 31. it ight o·clock. ' g!\'CIl hll\'l', nlreaoS' . . bet-n ulkrn. \I'hilt' Hlghby hll.5 been sUJM!rvl�lng thp AAlIOPho·nl.' !KI]o by Viola Knud�r. slbUltirs of greRter support sp;:eclll' S. ""l'rr Ad1nlsslon to I IIt.:l '111t bC hi ' b Impromptu. . .nd rllpa�lan. � F (lnd Mrs. Krl 'ldltr tho�(' of �rC�h"lI\1l cl llSS of �lcelJ and con�trucUon of the nt u.' blolOlY flcCompanl s, Wen!en. owler i Y . fI\" e crnt.� 1\1l� ��; C�I�]ren. t�'rt:�� � r At th",\\ CQl clu�ion of th., pllrty �mllt! the !\Cnlor� ....·111 be. taken during th� Jaboratory. which upl(Hy nelltllll; The meeNtingby....."SRuth . fh'e held al thl' S.t u en ·The Bollrd of Trust�1I wLlL ml'"(" IW)[t two wet'ks. It �('d that completion In the gymna.�lurn. . home. Mrs. StUt'l1 lind. Mrs Lar!'(1n . .to"lnorrO\l· to dL�I�'. , the outCome of lder th(' �upl n' �loll nd COIICII' I g�:ts w('r(' e)[chflngl"d. . r. HIghby wall born in Albert Lea. hO�le...'Ie�. refrtsh. 1 thl.� conftrf'nce mo.,t thr· engrfl\"lng welL have �n Mnnesota. . !". e n· l' d dalnly 1I11tq; Mr�. Ta�'lor. l)TR�lItiC Club He all�nded Luth('r .Col· I11enl..... . . Prf'l\ldent W. l�f H Hell!"tllui of �U e. eorRh. IId\·I5('r. thel cast Is, holdtnlo: dllily I nstitute to Hear COllwkled by February I. 1926-1929. From Hebron- ColLl'l"'." wh.o IlIlI.� year- wa O!' prllct.ler and promlst'.� to 1.(1\'(' (',"I'ry. I During til(' PIL"L week eight sol. )('p: ' 1929 to the ffiLl of 1930 Mr. :Hlghb�· of mrn here at Pacific Luther· delln . one present ,his 'stIRn' of 1"lIl(hs. Faculty f' Members 1(,ltorsb hr,,'e 'OC l1 a.sklll� sturlent� (' th . Wins ���!C�";rl:�! o�hthef��:ln��t�; S r ll e m for �u sc rlpuons 'r.hcy �re: Ida HIn- ����! das : t�::�.;�;lt��el�;w.M��: Affirmative --,-'. :..: _ ���l' �r�: : :� �:!�Ce ���. Lllt' �r\"_ I' ' roble r s Qf r mar �· anri ri,:rll " Mllrlrt'd Cllrd. Ruth Bro. .....n. ce�ng hiS M A. In August. ]930 I Debate onYr,day IIppr('Clatr' -·Z � ( . Dr�llc Club .....hRt nanw I';;. I .\. do esc�nt <..:�hlldren to Ot'ar Prl'$ldrnt TInKrlstad: I)lIgny, HJermstad. Helen Thram'. Durmg Ih� summtr of 19JO he .....as pli('s... 1t was decldrd lit t.he last rol'et. . One \I'e('k from today. ' you ar(' lle Df!fi'IDlJ;('d 'EnC' Hlluk .. Arnull Of·rge and Sulla custodian of the mll�lIm a� Lutht! -'Ia n, " Points Re\'ealed Ih 1IIg hl'ld 011 Frldll)" l" ·Nltn". Januurr . mtf"lIn� oonff"rrnce .... Ith leader� to ha,·1.' progntJns at each as<e, m- I s..'\'ernl PaCific Lutht'T!Ul Colll'l" Snrbot. Th(' bllslIlrs..� staff has JIL"x.t., Collrg... -Both Sides; ,\ n�ther . Of the American Luthrran C�mff'r. ' ·11] t1'flch a blagl'. In IIccoianer ....ith thIS de· 1 lacult}· ml'mbt'rs ""111 pnnclpal S!'\1t if'lIf"ts \II the alulIlllI. and e Profcr("s..';or Hlghb� Ilehate Planned l e I I 1 R t Il a O I"cb to rench o\"("r four hundrt'd �:�� � t:�� �C�:17�:���:��r� II: ml" of tht P L C .=�r::\:�� �� t��6:f::t��JL:h:�� :1��� �����!l:�7.�� ::I!,;�:�a�� �;-ac�c7.s �:ISt (t�:1' �� :Y h��l�: 1alul1l1lt IIlld frlt'nds of the .'IChoo] by n n.l lon. and:high $Chool courY>e$ In DI'Four �te clubmbers dl'ba ted the sub)('c \. I th� PaCific Luthrra� call..gr. hlH"1' charge ,f thiS, ent("r.tlln'ment th(' Flr"t Nor....ej(mll Llllhl'ran bo �ny The n"....· · Re l that the lI(1:hl...� S OUld Ma}' Il.��urr rou In. th� little .....a\· n�'sloIOj(� ....n.lld Ruth Bro'9\. AI\ l'nr hl rmann Church of a oma dunng Uw ma 'l HflToid OrIlY. bu.�meM mall . plaborator} hlch \1�111 be rrad�, for rrmaln·tond all night at P L. C .� Ia..�t that m} earnut prll�rrs ItO up for and KatnrYn Pntlt'n.' all sludf'nl..� to �pay lhl'lr ! occuPlincy. soon. urKes agl'r. rullrY b F'l' and Januflry of months con ULlIlll many �. Frida)" night tn t_,ht' rrerralion room thr ImmediAte i<ucC'rss of thL� con· ol er committee The spt'akl'rs and their toplCI'< for ' S2.00 51111'110 .'Iub.scriptlon a. soon as flnl'menl...� and faelhtiu. An Inuren· The afflrmatl\·r. compolied of trrrncr. To lhlll will �urrly be added .111 be , toAlIhan'h charge of thl' AStlCkl'apPo!Lltl'd t prmt. '1'rnl ml"ClinKS I I , ,lb '. 0 th t he publication rna}, mg f..aturr , .....ater aquar; frrsh a l RrulmUSlil'n and Carl Staat!. thr"pray�r.I of many others. t ll 5 h >O:SIi ' Eq Ing and the SI'Ilr for tl1l' all.coll(gt: tileOn.'<I'\Janua UlI yr " n UIP0 ha ·..·funds. lum..t....enty fe-et long. four fret wide. Thora re\·e.a;rd that such a sysum ....ould 'Yishlnl )"ou sincerely the contlnu· production. Hurold Cray. Mlllaro 'ml,nt of t!"ll' PrlmRryMl'ChIld." ' Dr. and tour feet deep at. the deep end. do IIwa\' It.h,much of tl",,! fire darur· ed suc:cesa 'Lhat your eHorta merit. Qual: ano ClIorro'l Svare . TIr:;c!!l H ld: lL Is grac!\llIte� for boUI deep. lLter ers: that it would enllble thr "�L1_ I I:am. Parl...� for Rn{)ther one-llet P1ar aratlon and Help,� for lilt' Primllr\' l.thful v >·our�. Rnd s�RlIow.water fL�h and \1'1\1 eon- dl'n� to gl't lIetter grades by gl\'lng \I'erl' ulsa gh'f'1l out, The pIny. "Flit. Teacher." Profe r W, RnmsU HI I Norma'I Student I W AI",:r ..H. HeLlmaljl o sl a rr l ' p r �;: I: : : :I \:��:i.. ��; �:; �::: :e�I;�:I:� l l �t r ; � : : �_ �I�;�, u !' � ;::i Position ��!� \ l I I r o rakes :';�;�" : :�}�; e�:;:� Of�::/;�\��;�/�h':t:..� �:� e :�� :�l:;�;of�.::! ;,����: 11 IS bt'mg constructt'C1 for tUTtl'l S. OCCAsIons for the need of Imme<llat.· ,'RI"O�� PRESENT ll11'eting club lind lIll' parts E Haugl': "�\f('thod� of chi g the I . 11111 -'IANY. CONCERTS . IIghl nfter 10 ' 15 were gl\"rn, will beJto.kl'1l �>' Ida H derll Primar Child, " PrOfl's., o;);( r P I To l ake V �t'\\' Duflt's .\1 1 11...lrCls.. ano .the IIkr. , Mrs. Ellis. Ruth Norgllrrd Muude Pflul'g r. S\'arl' and . Arlon�. The negllll\·... Carroll .\Iounl,tin Vi!.'\\" Cemeten'; . organized Ill.5t spring. th: . (' Idl'r daughl('r. St('II�1 8oroo' I On Jllnuliry " �fl'ntal EqUIp, Young. I'lIpo.<;('d the.faLlacl('�' , r prf'Ml..'l.k>d Waltt!r E.'\;peds�.\lilnal!e rship ' L PRcttlc Luthrran COIe Pns.'ilr. her s;sll'r; und MIllard Quulr uu'nl of Iht' Inll'rnwdlRIi' Child." of such a system. Thr judges fO,r lege'lI I Utheran Pastor l d ten frr nt state,. In 1930, I s. s Hagenf" as Gl.'rAld. Proressor III the St.")tl' Dr 0 A Tlngel5lf1l'\d('bllte wrre Olal plans ....·)U ;\1(Jrrl.'l E Fn rd. s\ ud " n{ In'th(' I W",II Lead Ch apeJ thL� H�rold O'rlty and "irs. KreIdler. and acro �dlngtototheprr�nt U,lh'erslty \I'hn Is :--Illude's sunor Prt'lla rli lLoll and Ht'I]I.� �or " Ih,"'" In Normal nlc� oollrfl;e thlll sea· I acc('pled t. has d � Sf !>e 'p.,rtmtn I thr , of ' favor ", rf' n s declslon.� " (" Tl'acill' ·ho� f I f ta r. Prof lr terowdla\(' I a� h.\·sit·s a t���t�::J A��t''-\I C�,R"S� � I AS o�a�:�:rullf\" 3 'U'�rnll1l: pr"..c ��:: v:.'t:\�:�::"�l ����. �l\:::.�.�r:�e�t� :ro L�t"l u re .oonn of-'It��Elernal lIO�r membr� of the Arion!! \Ire : I be anothl'r debate ,,'llh. Anna sl ( ON( l:-.lt1 S, II. ('('ESS Mlkkelsrn. lIOprano: Walli, th" nellt \I'erk. of thf' 1I,lcrn;I'd;al.. Child" Profe�. l'lCp'''C'ts to takl' up hl� m'w dUli",, 1 ,lnd Q Punish r' ' Is menl l'. 'M':"lhortS of I !-'e�r.1�:""�';:�1I l011 ('lJnSl�I" of k{'t'P- " Tht, annual �llL� roncert MlT('racntPhl!! E:h,'Haulo! H �:� :� � ��I����n::��'b�������: IntNtlIl'dml C ,]d TO -'IISSIQ:\ SOCIETY Ilw Pacific Lmh(,fl'n COIl"!:I' choir Pf g In J93l1 thry I;r"!lented 61 contertll. � : 1 (111( thl' lx>ok.�. SO'Il111� the plots. a110 . RI" '('rt'nd S C East,·old. �Doctor Rnd pa. tor of (;I\'E S�CI.4.·I. AFFAIR Th.ousand., ha\'r comc to know Pa. ilI: l"l'n bl'for(' :1 ·,.II.flllt.d hou5l' �: ��:'bruarv ;\1" nlal �;qU\p- �UI)(,f\·I.stnll of thl' crt'ws of Ih(' four- · of Sacred Theology on Wedn('sday mght. Dfi'.'mlll'r 17. ' Illl'nl of Ill{' Adoh."".'nt."· Dr 0 A ��t:�':�� �::�::�:. \I��� :�:dl::; ���dl:�::�I::u��lt';;::�lta.C��:;lchOOl�� po�ltl :rd:�II� ���[�o�:c�. s�::� ���:r��lhrran College through th�lr In Ihe ('olll'g(' chapel TLIlI;:,·I�tad. ' aehn Pro',Hu:lIlOn II! th 1;1[IIHLI(('r� hllJ VlcW duct cha))l'l hour at Paclhc Luthera!'l ml'mbers of the :\fLo;sI0p Society ....·1]1. Sihce ·the 'ArlolU returned Irom The chol� \1'1110 ns,�L�ll'd by MI:<!I I\"e a �Ial at ·.....hlch sub£cription� the Ea.,t.,Ml-..s SCnnrr hll.5 been the .p�:�;.,��� �f'a�h�a�.fl,,�dOI- :--tr Ford Ilttendt'd waShln!!:lOll O!l"ge0 dUrLll1I: Ill(' w('ek of JanUnr>' IIwHi be taken. ThL� they l;ieclded at :t pl.ant�t. During thlll ilemrster.-'(In. NlIla S. MiI!r'r. ha n ls\. � $Iat,· ColIl' K I' and thl' Um"erslly o� " 7 6 lO 3 . l n ]llaYl'd ;;��'1 I Onl7::� b � Proc r la ' 1 . before "n!tstmg for i Dr. t�ast\'old Will talk on 111(' 'gen- mt'etlllg hclq Janu r�· 6. of an 11 cert.� ha e been (l:lvrn In Tacoma and two grol!»S of nUll 'rs Ml'<.� Annll of Fl'Adol<' �"nL"s Proft's',IOr Ph. E. I WlIsh!n�IOn \_ nCIghboring eltlu. and arrang('­ )"I'Rrs of �('n'IC"l' the Worl'l t'rnl .�ubJ,'r' of "Proofs F'or the lin- TIl: program conSISted Mlkk..l.o;,:lIL. wprlUlo solOist, for the "h,uge: " Method ('s,;of T;'!lellingR 1Im-w tllrel' Aflt'r th(' wur over. Mr 1Il0rtlllll.\. of the SOul and the King· terestLLlg report b}' John Hopp 011 menu ilTC , l>elng made for t �om. Wflr was rhalr: WlIlll� K('rr.' \'lollnl�l: nd t\:dol(,�cl'nt ." Prof or A W a Ford rg scallOn V, cmpIOY(',d by the Whcl'l.'r- dOIll of Dcad." · Bl'eau� Of 111<' the life of J,ohn G. PRtiOn, Mi.'<.� Ruth Wl'rS('ll. , accomPIIIIIst. stad. 0 1 sgood Company Thl.� fflll hI' d,,- shortn('ss of timt'. he wll! cOllfhlPl ,, . • . ' and I' n tellchlng. Clded to up to metaphysics and til h lmself ' f .·UIOL' S OtD KIC � INC POST HAS ' Rf:I'(JHTER'S ' 1 OF ' ( '(INCEPTION rollecl l.he normal departmrllt qu('stion of eternal punIShment. VNE.Y.l1ECTED, TlIRILI�IIY(; HIS1'OHY L l tur s gl\'1'1I largel�' from . Tflf WRIJ HTS. THEIR 1/\ ' E." flO.' this schooL. . By 'Iallie E. Pease , �. nO\l' belllg .o;e11� 10 Nearly 1I1I1nUM:rlpt. ""ed taken a.!l a'lllave to dL�mal swamp. .)1_\' I nul Jae('k a century ,ago there of cra r iO I o I l · e z H' �� Pr thl' t Indians of the Nl.squallr !"herr he w V:U'ali()1l j " : I : � :;I' : :: ;!: I � :; :' � �:� � a l110Ilg a s carefully guard y · � �' ; ; ���e::�\. � s ����;·(' �r: : � 'I r r dl i t b all orphan bo�·. Coosta. \I'hose lhat I.!I btta. �� impossible fO! him �'n�I�; I�n: :f �Vl���� \����g��· ""�f' .rd bLlSI]�' workIng on some mr�\('rious " YtU It"! like thi�. Dad:' exgh'en on'! n r Happy Tllnl' For ence_ The lecture� wrreFalls. I to go back to hL, Nl$qually home. , ULken been had mother and father object In tht" attic or th(' Wright plani �d Of\'jJ]�_ "Wilbur. and I ha\'r South Siou)[ . station KSOO. i\lo..;1 Shlfl,'nl" homr. dJsco\"ere<l a way in ....hich ....·e ean Dakota. If stud..nts [lnd faculty by death durinK a'faULI epidemic. But Ittt behind In the old NllI' _ '_ "1 hopt' Dad d()('�n't find liS hert:' really fly_ W�. read all aboUl It in Wh�t \' acat ion it wai� Fun and memlJers ....·ish the book. .....hlch con- Cool;ta's fat�er. "'hose name as !::�\�Ibr�: t�erl�ia:!:�:m:n: tr- �k 100. "hard' luck" both played par�. but talns about 100 pages. 11 can til' pur- Nootka. had been an Important frirnd of Coosta.from hb childhood. said Wilbur to his brothrr. " Wh�' dO" you al ......)'5 worn about .�Sa�. ha\'(' you boys been \. Isu' mg the former hfld the main roll'. Most , chased for SOc per cop}". mem�r ot the tribe. being unusually and at .....hOR homr he had"lh'f!(j . slnr..... and firet oI foot. ....hich n the cour� Of Arlstotl('. or has. of thr studtllts had enjoyablr tlmts. r 'Re\'e�nd East\'old Upt'Cts to ar· tall. such things?" askt'd On'lIIr . h SCars whrn h� had rrtumrd . I all rre glad to �et back rh'� ni Tacoma on Janua · 24. and .....rre the IIt� that. plaud him at sometimes look of Importanct. "Wh�' don't ·ou . and Roebuck been sending YOI ' but from hl� trips and rrrand! to distant �hool and studll'$. Ruth �eT5l'n. af· whllr hrrr <;l.1 Il condl!ct a week of the il�ad 'of the .... r.i In racing Inl'!t' again?" ls e , nO\' orthless .... p;: am? Iikr tl' l e I ran optimist hr n I places. I . t . u BC r . k ud d t d lt n Tahnomllh'trlrolto lrarn ....·hy. 'h�r :�rr��I�: :� :;�:� 07O;:I� �ri: �r ���;r:o:: rlrn �r��.e7�,I��;:;�.�at Dad .... 111 nr,'er PI�:d:�);�I�ur��'�:�1 sl�: ��� �.�;� ::�:� � !'�:lev:�: :':�iy in �;�:� ��:�:.e-e���:r.....��� r � did n�t come back. but no one tte ' \I . o. drl n d Lc:! Indian. rrnd ho r or ' RI.'\· at gurst .... a black. Prull lone hlte. study. to it 1;I; ' e try: . On'llle tLnlsht'd this "If It workS:' chimtd In Orville. Abt-rdt'en and McKenna. Ruth I ..... At last h\�ta�t� ��t .I��: Hardly had into the re�n·a�ion. The early kne ""hen thl.' footsteps of ··think statem('nt him. S�e e e d g to find of the m I pro\"rmrn� til trans· Howard and Chflrlotte Shoup went -'I rs. E. O. Eck,elmann Teac::hes �outs and IndIan agen� orten !lent to the valley m('one approllchln� r('achl"d their llups. She sorars. ' . Nootka With thrlr messages over knew the trayofhrthrJ:t.adPuya -' Think of the be'�ter driv· to Mt. Tacoma. and Ca.�1 Slaat.� Mnd tile formy portatlon. moment. Another tllk!:n fC!r hr Frrnch w�k th last harl th travelling , wherr Durillg .. trails. difficult .. Ing comforts. No more str�et-Jlght ports thaI, skIIng find taboggannlng had tol� h..r. of a hlll·lflde spring. 9i mlln IIppearrd In the doo r.....a . or telephone poles to crash Into. No lire \'rry good at Mt. Hood. Mr. Honll' and German classes were taught to be donr afoot. . · he al.... .ys stopped to dr " Father!"' �lammrr <l:'?Oth �ys In �top.lIghts or speed-cops to spt'llt thr timr at ome. preparing ; by Mrs. E. O. Eckrlmann. wlfr of Dr. Young Coosta Inherited his fath. whe� and to ra� h� lunch of dried "eOI·, unison. ··Wha· hate brings you more orry about. In fact. Dad, it'H be thr test for thl.' Frrshman Composition E. O.�E<:krlmanll, hrad of the Unl- rr's phyMtal strength. athletlc'bulld. lliOn. . -.../ herr?" ' . de· Washington beginning of mOOrm America Xavltr and family \· I s . \' l' r�lty of German and tl�tness of foot. Purthermore " classes. Mr. I thOUght :' said th� Bbh-. . " Wrlt you boys .crrtalnly seem to ttt'd 'wlth the Trn1!.·lcks at Aberdeen partml'nt: MT!; 8oc;!dY. tl'le «'Iular he had proflei d by the tralnlng his She rtaehrd tnI" spring in salr�y, but she Joet her that t1rrd. thr liO . as .... about as ht') ,lanced op."Ju.S� liO !". I.g earnrst about It:' r�plltd' the for tl\'O days. and entrrtalnet! part. pro r. was unablr to be talhrr had (i:h'en him that he , bright TOO tr{cks be "Up �o another of your sorne..harm had come to ahead. and although I of Lhr faculty In t.....o groups. A nurn. school beCause of an oprration. no took tip hlll father's ....ork of oouragr.atIfthe'hands bishop. the Puyallup. again. rh?"' carrying meMalrs to distant plac6 ho "'ould the're be toof �rotect can put no faith In It. I w�h. you ber of the studrnts attended thr . her If " Dad:' said ilbur. " we'\'r lot. a the best of luck. Thrrt"s onr thlilg Alumni ,..l1y at Edison. Frtd �ail Hauke J�in8 Debate Squad' af�t. that. pia«? Tahnomah But once. .....hllr �turnin& from IIhe edreached gTeat'.plan thlll Wtlmr. honest e ha\·r. that I wtll aslt �'ou to promise me and Mrs. Bondy racn had minor op' . . valley pleuant the 8C1'OI6 look he Crlbe', Puyallup thr ot UI valley thr .Morris rplaC9 r .. Hauke Eric Orville and I· . going�to 'bulld. a tnough:' In was Quale Millard and ' enatlons.. .attacked ,?y renegadr Indlam where Kre"'''''11 stream. lUll)" flylng·machln... ' . ' ":What's that. Dad?" an automobllt' accldrnt but as un· Ford on 'the'a.rbate squad, acCording . IlIdl'd . exclaimed hurt. "Yt$, Dad:' brok� in OrvUlr. "we're the !?<U's at once. The rtst of the student body P. Haugr. drbat.e eo&ch\ Ford hen he stopped drln� at Ke-ewah aklni· sure It'lI .....ork, and whrn It·s nn�h- .. It rour idra works find }'Our madr the regular round of parties. b lravlng school at the rnd "hf thr (Clovrr) Creek_ Althpui� lie fought The day WAll �ot and sultry� and =��r�kr }'ou and mother for � �:a�::r..g:�m�:h�bP:'i �:de�o: !a� �tp:�1 ��!:: O�l: =�:: . ���.; ����P�It:. �=:,!IYari: =:�: t�:: hO:: �:: :�eeryb���:n:�:tla:;, sel! to run. He was eaiaurtd and ,(COntinued on "Pqe .Three} "Fly!" otxc1.a1mtd. thr m}'stUl� lContinurd on Pille Twat Cern.eut)'. morning or Jarfuary 5. 1931. _ __

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TlI".CV"'·�u after'Mr. Jami90n lett, thing th',! mllh yhappen ' her Editor--.:aTELLA SORBOE \ or about �he lASt of Se�terfl:ber. the It Wall due �I to Helen , e:tpen Manarlng Editor Fled ).'au Dur n Pa fall rains ,tal�,' It Ili'M very un· bof,tsmanshlp t�t 'he lIlept the boat SportA Editor _ m a d e for a if�l . Hart) SOuthllionh I'm sorry t�at 1 dtdn't .....rlte to Carrol .. Wlual to have such .early rains, Il right side up. and lllnded at the Sports Writer!! l Sva� No. t he)' mad Eric Hauke. Bob Monson lr n al de . e a:: ���: for a bo)' te o a M I ' :;S-an� ;���in:�ad�� �:",::��; �;;�' �:���, �hl:\:::� :, 'd �::���Itots � L. 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RalllsU\d' I'\'e got a bad cold 10\'!'ly form�, The ifllrden. .fl)lIa�1' rabbit. who cuddled rr-tefully TYpist Nedra Dubigk In , I can't. ,.·alt \JI�tH t f�5hman tooa),. I'd ilkI' 10 kno,., what to,..sJo bfont BUSINESS ;)Ef'A�r:\lE�T elll' t hwRtd. dejecled and dis· U g ht�y her arn�. Clutching Ptler pllrty �ause I w an t 10 w e a r m): about II Buslll("!\"'\ Manager . John Johnson te� �llk 5toc lng�. You kl10\lo' . The fall no�rs. dalhlas her. . Hel�n ..aded u fut as .ht '" . , Ad\'ertislng Manager Mr. Stuen' Oh, \Io'hen I hll\.t cold. courJ\ged, k Olal HageneSll and chry�nlhemunu.' \UI�Uy could back to the bof,t. One could V a l'en 't been IIble to wear them ),I'L. I go horne and iny wift' lakf's care Circulation MRnRgl'r Oilla ReI! hTIle tAil and cour�\UI In a final ef f rt , "'ith the nak� eye the ril'tr )" ]] look g� ....lh . I my pink drt"ss of me. Why dOIl't you lr)' Ihllt? �cUlt)' Adl'lsrrs N. J Hong and O. J Sluen give rtotOU! _color bt'fOl'e dr&b rbr' AS. 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Wt' guill,.(,' Is 11111' I .ltlnilillll : ). t erYWhere anXI�IY waltlng u.ntll con�lderlng her t!.Vcmna. : !'v . i-!t' : hl l l . . 1I0! ia)' .he h t think ,II I III fII l 'I lht n T1 ( .III.lt'/-!t, ullnlht' I' sh'p 'SO I that e organ. M \ r tl e III' tilt' filtHl SIt' P'.' il : � , � � they lireiii' IImre en�gh to become Below the Island about a quarter , 1 111\\ 1l1,1ll� 01 � ' Hl lhlllk I h a l wltt'll ,'uu)III'I'IJlH" It'a l' l lt' rs going to play falsett.!\.. El,ut the way he L. A, rlvuleta and fDilow the garden palM of mile, a tTulie croMed the river, play$ no"," I think ","e oug!).t to ha\,:" AI Hauj\:e to Wllltf'r W rlll ht Ar.. to dudors, �UW�'t·t·s und l I it, 1iI"(,, I l ta l Yllu'lta,\'(' \'t'adll'd S IlI' t'I'�� . lind about the same distance be· a \'Ictrola behind .the curtain. a th'sllll!III.,11 yQu IfOlng 10 Mart ...chool here n.. , The t he river. I h'.1 1 Y" I! Ilan' l'llll.n'(j " 1 1111' l i ft'- w. J rk allil . rh·t'f h ad become a h uge. yond t he trest le "'M • twenty·foot ' l I a\'" II. I Ih l�l,I.! l l Iu n' . 'II WIIl'!'y ahuul . (I ... ' do " . 1 11 I hi llk of il J olm ny Johnso n nnd Johnny Ver "II> 5f'mt'SII'r? . maddened. ratrlngbeast. It was tum- dam. It wun't a ,pleasant thoUght . L, A ;t!<o I �H' 1I ,I.! l l J l I IlIg III yllur j l l l l l·lIt'." III � lll, t'SS'.' Edut'ulil 1 ll i s non han ·1t. fight and .O() they had to lng. . t","15ting. turning. roartng:.l lo. think of going over �hat I>' J: J l lS,1 ii 1 � \I'a l l � I � I all:� n.1. to. l rlal fot II. Johnll� Johnson Mr, Beck ' And now write , Romal b,.�rlthlng. ' time ,..Ht , , , whlrlln�. frothing. foam Tht! river was by.�hls ;1 1 1 1.11,1.:, ',1 pO"1111I11 I" lInl Sltl'\'( 'SS I I S I;.I't' PIII,1! a pilsi l i " tl 10M hl� slnl!llnj[ 0Ice .'\(I I gu('�� hI' numera l . Ing. A ollce ga), hRrmll'$3 IIttllt , that Hele'n knew .he would )Je un. , I l h'.I ' IllUl l " . . L A i� only u n g his � p e ll k l n g I'oiee. I � . . , . rll'er had become Insane. �woll�li to able \.0 combat che current and reach , . . , Slll'l" 'SS IS' a .1.yll nl\'�' nlll -:1 .[(oslitlalillll." ne\'er hll\'e heard him Sing bUl I Till' SagR s ogan S'�Clll� 10 bf', "Oot thr bur�tlng PO!I1�.. and another s hore before being carTled over the think pcrhll ps can Imn_g lne some. your two doIIJlrs?" � �� '�llI.ht of rR11l C'olltinued, would be If only lIOmeone- would L. A ' t hlnll 11kI' I� Imywa)' Johnny Vern�l) )IAKE--I)Oi' ''T ' BREAK ')'ond control ' her: R nd If !\Dmeonl! did. would hI' .1 \ 1 :. 1 a Ih�1l1,l.!hL T h i n k ahlllli i I . should hl\\'(' ooxi.ng li t thi� t)( . J;I�t CTI.ck.cd a too h l'I Jlt'� 1\11. ' Mr. JamISOn �ad not retlU'ned, and �ucc� In �aculng her �rom this '. �\ .I ·I'�, :uul :1 hal.f ,II" r," fiwtl · " \II I l I :. l inT. lit tH'\\ �" _ Il'� ,'\(Irt of.,quit't I\toulld here but �hool. Qullf' a few of ollr boYII call � ' l thal I l� f�lIng \ery lonl'Jy, had do.n- p�carious pt)J!ltion? Of n l t !<oil I \\ , ! I 11t',I.!III \\ t' 1t,,"I' a l rl'ad y iliad., 0111' n'sl Iltllioll� OWIi Tt'd 1"11'1 bllc� yet. And Alo. lick stl\mps al re y � alncoa t. Ind dumb hlrl'd man WOuld r!\e i..lldIt-. ' ned rub1Ji:or-- bools Mdf be able IIII' 11:'11111 oJIII'�: I :I I !<olt(dy hat'.1I-1" allllo1'l'I Itd l.' 1' ,l.!1':1I1...... 1 'lI l w.'<'�hlJ� Il;ll'l bACk rlt.her. I lhlnk I llRd j\:one In sea(ch of Peter XIV to think of way of teseu . �I t ,,\\ 1111: f"lks ,whal I n'all�' . 1'.111 dll. l , w". II ' , :.k i p lIlI\' r('mNnber I at hi' didn·t John J o h ll n I'm Iwlng \0 SUI' I 1I11 1l'1; She hunted 1111 Ihrough Ihe rabbit Ht'len looke<l back I()wards_home. . �'Ia!<os . I I � !,!�'I l i p ,W h"' 11 IIII' rtsill.l! h(-" ' ill,l.!!<o . I ' ll dl l I I I',. \" , 1\' 1; thlllk h.. 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I'opular ::Cones don't �ee why till' light.� �hould t#. . )' man h su a nt hired the or . f .\ 1 1 �y ..d 1 l I 1 1 ' 1 I 1!" I I � t'd u O Bllb), '''MY " Dublllk Nl'drn 5](o'el' R are I u�t M flll'l,.\IIII" 11 ,,�. till' lilll ,' I h i !<o 11011 " ' 1 .I.!' R'� lert il nfter th ,. ,�ludl'l\ts uch to Helen'� consternation, th,. t:C-CIIll�' thl'\' !tnbll' to!{O to ...Ieip are� ror M.' " . I" 1u:t"SS. h ired mall had forgotten all about nnd liIl'n ,;ot wl\k., up t iml' John V('rnon' " Dt-ed , Tllt'rt. ron' this lilli" "" m i lldt'r g d ' ' ' , , ' , turn them oft. befon' It � tlml' to \ ou ",· mati. �'IIt1I' ",'slIltl l i " II� 11, \\ I;,I" 'P t l t . ' I I \ . ���� �� ��I;: pr��IY��:t 11.1': �::�\\' was left standing open-mouthed as ' it l� kllld 0; short thn" . . ' eter the XIV T H Il\' K .OF OT�EnS Helen �hot a voll ey of hot. angry. help but . \\ .. " " '.lltl.l' . Ihal tilt. 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PIIIY IS Postponed New Endowment �Ii..iqn Society Decisions IS RVlN INEVITABLE? Until FebrmlrY U Board J !{e.EIC<'t8 YOlln� ' ,T im.. are hard-mone, I, "a".-il 'hing. don" .a.. Manager Thinks of Impo'rtance up soon there is.bound to be a crash-the world's KoiJ1� to Much of Pacific dentWlIloftl!r the ;Voung' \\'M I'ffl�� Prell. ��� ��rt�i; !�I�n!�:tv.a�����so���·eo�.I�r�����ci!;;,tl�e",.h::� PI::�::I�$:;'��: t�I�I'::::�:�� . to Our College Mission Society at Febru.r1· The ia$t b pnetl$ing

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t c e e "I think )1)U ha\'t the most prom. Brollm and, Pauline 5chlerman ,.,.e�· aK�i� n:���n��a:�n!: u�f;('o���:":hfn�0� )�:8r��:�.�;�: fllc, M·ucJt Interest The PaeltlC:Luthenn 'CoLlqe i..�ing field for lIChool of thl� kind chOS<'n to.stf\·e on the prOfT'tT\ rom 1 9:10 edition. the finl e,'er turned out at this s('hool. was ulty hM �n. authoriz.l!d . by tht mitt� of the best in its class in the Northwest and was also l' l. Inf' .<tht rountry. and ' undtr thl!" ltad. Tht program conslstf'd of a relld. onelni('('e Enjo�' Board Family In of accordanC1' Tru�ten Preus au and ss 'from a finandal sfandpoint, Those who sup· Ride: Arrh'�d in Tacoma with their dtcl.slon of JlUlulI.ry I:; r hip of Or. Tlngelstad. 'ho 1.ast Saturday rl'eognlzed onl! of tht fortmost In�I�'�:rt of �ndon" b�' Pauline ��:::�lt)��toS::: ��!J:.:� � ��t��:;��do������:i��:: �:� offer the tllird ytar of co lege ' f'dUcaUln; In tht countr.... It 1$.bolll"\1 .any reason to feet otherwise. II was no small und�rtaking When Inle....Il!. ..·ed about hl!l ·'.trlp work. beginning next .�·eIH. bothl In 10 retain tht highest Mucatlona\ to put out such a book on the mon.ey a"uilable, especialJ:,' west. Mr. Paul Preu.s, ntw P�CHlc the Normal Depprlment II.nd the n it h r n standll.rds. The tefture most notice· College ·Occupies Luthersn College EnlJowment head. Llben l Ar.�' lI.nd Science courscs �:!:!� ;i"en the 1930 SaKa that we ltre w�� is o:�h� n ablel mt Is thf' W'ry appart'nt POMlblllti('5 for further ex�all�lon n greater amount of support. �a�·I��O��!lth::f�w:�� �::rS(:��;�ren. .ere basing our hopes for. thethise,'eyear. Strateglc POSt thal loyall)' of t.he ...·holl' Sludl'nl put In.Ul th.e hiUld$ of a COin ' ' Mr. Preus Itft St, paul. , M!nntsOta. ... iN Ad"ertisinl{ necessary to' be hard will to tht" J;Chool. ohtnin; other'a"enues of �curinl{ money are almost closed,. In hl$ aulomobllt' tor II. CTOS/l.countr)' mlttce consl�tjllg of Dean PhILip E. o w t f t i e e r f r r ol t ���n:::s�:: S::d�;r��::;; �: D�fi:��\"� ��;;�t��:e�c:: ���s���� i��� . ;�e :�'b��:i!�i:�)·p��:e �:s ��I!f� ' b��� �:i�' ���PH�d�:\�:I����t�a�·�b�:�::. � :��� o�::��I�n�' �;��: ::� :; d' o p n u I t t a d O re Par With Others dl pAl;t fh'e �'ean Indlcate$ that tht" ! ; � ����: r �e� ��h��� � y:: ��:. �� ��t� �s ��eV��i's';�: �:� ��:t�� ��::I�; t�ty ';�un: :IX �'�I� :tu;y ��: ��lem aC::�:: Colleg... has tt'achtd a ' position : "'PaClfi� Luthtran CoLlI'il:t Ottuj)les annual of which you, as a supporter, can::'feel proud, Noth· Incht$ 01 $no.... on the ground Ind March meeting of tht' Board. Importa�� Ln the Pacific North- I ont ol tht most \'Ital Rnd �trat('lIlc inl{ daunted by what �ppear to be almost insurmo·untable la«<l a hta\'Y 5no...·,all for 1IIln000t At thL� 58me m�Ung the 808rt:! ' ohstacles. the staff has already Kone to work, The memo "·(,I't. and tht dt\·tlopmtnt of thiS po.�ition� of the Lutheran Church In 1:iO milts ,,'eIlt through Nebnuka. On luthorlUd Iindaeaping of the 1."'11 ��on ""iIl mun continued gro.rth Amtrica:' said Dr. S. C. Eastvold bers of that staff are Kh'inj( their best ,lind gh'ing it· with a�unt of . threalt'nlng l\�Il!s they around the Presldent'a reslden« Ind not <\nl), In enrollment but alr.o in \\'ho 1$ gL\'ing a Of �'h��I�h��'� :est��������r�r!�gafJ��t t:;'c':A�, �eC:� �e::rl! ��e)�:rr�...h::��\.c:·:��:� ��ke::�;Ut�:;IISO�I' ;O��:,e:es��: the sy.,port of the' school. "'hlch will dur ing tht chapel hours thl$Il"Ctu�s week. bers; and friends. ha.'·e learned to love, enlng after a 500 mile. drlvt. lege proper�y as 500In the street bfvfilorl' appreciated memben of ··tt .$hould be maintained and spon . They are delennined {that this annual shall be a succ'eSII, da�'Ate\'Cht )"'t'nne thty met sno... In thl! should be pa\·l!d. which. a«ordlnR -- tht alumni and oUler representati\"es sortd on par \\'it.h the \\'ell II:nO\\' n regardless of the «mount of errort that musl be put forth. mountalRll' and thirty mlie.s farther to 11II.l!8t reportl. wIlL probably be But delermination. although a wonderful asset, ('an not ....ut ran InUl a genuine blizzard at IOmeUme thLa IIummer. of the lIChool ha\'e opportunity to school$ of the Church." . Reverend Ea.st\·old wIlL sPI"ak each alone succeed . Therefore. if you ha"e any interest in Ule l!iummlt. JU$t before reach!,lIg . tl Wa.I further rnolved that Ule pltad Its cause," Ihtle thrill that Laramie. Wyomlllg. The drive 01) Ul eholr will go to Chlea:e:o to slnl �t day on $ubJ tcLs �elaUng to h.la gen· Pacific Lutheran College .a nd teel that .. 1m",... . ��It)n Qf Mr" PH"!.. eral Croln seei'lg he. ....:uffiplloh.menla. Itlnd i t 0\ 0 �ol. Green Hlver ....here they !illt:l\t Mon. the' international YQWlIj: People "Proofs the 1m. Prtl15. who arrh'l!d In Parkland tast mortatheme. lity of the Dead," These lee. larB for a book which will ghe you thai thrill when you dlY night was rather treacheroU$ Luther Lea,aue Convention In JUlle Saturday after erONi·COUntry tour tures art being printed at the reo Ket it. Tue8day morning they arrived If Tacoma citizens ra1ac l:a.soo tor -Olal HaKeness_ atOn American, Fall$ IdahO after h8\'· U\l$ purpose and It the ,young Pea· from St. Paul. Mlnne!50ta. Mr. PreU$ Quest of many ot the people "'00 Ing a flat tire and a leak In the 011 � 91e\8 Luthey League Board grants ... '" IlL IIrst of all take chartre of col. heard them given over radio atatlon , t�tlons of the b�nce ot Ule en. � n=:U:m71::ad,:u;,r:f](:. Saga to-Contain Former Students �;�;h:�:UI�lgh:u2aa:e I�ed\\�v�:; '�=C���c�f ;:en:;,::!c:trlelal$ of do"mtnt lund pledged In 1921 Of t\\ten his on account of 011 dripping on President Tlngelstad s brother E many t.eJb The book "'ILl Novel Features Receive Honors .motor tht' originally pledged $290,000. bt oft the press In a ft\\· week.s. and the exhau$t pipe oearly 8uffocalt'd TlngellItad until re«nUy of Kent -the baek $('8.t passengers and th Wallhlngton but of Parkland $12!'1.ooo hIlS now been rolltcted. He may bt purchastd by �tudtnl$ at a wil l also seek put Ule Girls' Dorm. special price of 'ell"Cted managing editor of the a cop),. Dr. Busin ess Departm�nt Se n ds Inga. J ohn Goplerud Rate on company \\M forced Ul $top (or ade. y Qulek official tre -Herald. which Luthe'ran rs. projl"Ct O\'er as Qulc:r.ly as Ea.�t\·old .said that ht Is Im;ludlng Letters. Class Editors rep Paclfle .m l \\· "' "U" U at Scholastic st . T�ollowlng day Mr . Pre\1.!l ilnd 1 organVOl' the PaCific District of the PQS3lble. In tht book extracts from leltn� of Oregon Gather Information company travell!d Ulrough the Blue NO";"'etlun Lutheran Church of A�· The maJor steps In the d�velop. from his Ibtl!nl!fS �bout t'1� \\·orth. mtnt program _of Pacttlc Lutheran whilene.ss of ,the subJkt. .. and Ingll �oplerud. ",'ho Mountalns:-Thl.s W8$ probably tht erlca. Ind Il.so an Idvertlslng med· John ColI� wlLl In all probability be un. The 101l0"..lng tapia dlllCulOStd That tht Saga for thi.!; year wIlL gradua hardl!6t part of the trip on account lum for the College. ted from the Libtral Arts dt· of rain. sleet. show. and Icy roads. der hl$ dlrect10n and. accordlns; in the book ; ·;Primlth·t Belltf.H contain many nO\'d features was consider the caUie of ht;her Pre$ldent 'I'lngel$tad. the school \\'iJI "5clentttlc G�nd$ For . HOpe:' predlt'ted b�' the !,dIUlr. ....ho has partment III$t year. reCeIVl!d. hlg� They Ittt Baker. Oreg�n. on Chriltlan education <In the �Ie h h h I )' begun preparing a dummy, : ��:��. �:���e ��� ;m���;��� :s��t�ro::; ;:o:e� s�-:::Ul:� ��e���'tu�:in;=IoU: ;::;�I Pb:!:�::�;�:��:. and $ue· ·���ta�:::=�::. " ����f\ �:;!ILoa:� alreadl!dltol"$ are bl15)' gathering In· cording to \\'ord recel...td by Presl· Pr08ress.w8$ slo.... till they reachl!d polICy of PacUle Luthenn COllege Mr. �us gnduated from Luther EtemaJ Punlshmtnt:' "Intermediate CI8$S COllege. Decorah. Iowa ' 191 1. Ftom Sate, 11'$ Certainty." ··Jnt.erml!dlate .formatlon about the graduates. and dent Tlngtl$tad. Both of t�em weret Pendleton. Oregon. The roads and �he poaslbntUes of ireat.n sup· there he went Ul North Dakota and Stat(>:Tht Condition of the Soul." tht snapshot edlUlr 1$ soliciting con· exctptional studtnts "" hlle t�l!Y a · through thl$ ftIart of the countp: Port. and expl.l\lliOn, a conference of were rather narroW. winding. apd the Pacific 90Ut officials of the toot- up banking. Later hl! took "Intermedai te State 'and ConYer· trlbuUons lor her depar�ment among tended htre. a ��I�go:�;u�u�'�e:��Ultrre:u��; �c��u.raIlY treactferom when \\'�t or �:;�ri��n th�ut��:;e ��u'�edn:� ::;te::��:�!/:��o:=:� :)�::' �� �=a�: :nhdea��:O�I�tht�; the studenl$. Othl!r depa'ment M ' headS are also beginning \\ ork In of the Student Body, president of The mOl'it anxlol15 moment 01 the day, Jlnuary H. "'a6 on an I�CUIll\ Reservation. Here �ble." Mr. PreU$ it.a.Tted the first $Chool Dr. Ea.stvold \\'8.5 one of the men lht\r re$pecUve dlvLslons. The staff the Men'$ DormlJpry Union. d.eleRate trip Wa.l at th1a time. The head siren The moISt Import.J�. outcome of at Seattle. ·(Continued on Paa:e ThTeJI thl$ COnference ",Van InvltaUO� lor ....hlte chUdr' tn by con...ertlnG hl:i whl? came "Here In 1921 to \\'hllt meel$ e\'ery other ThuI"$dIlY Ul con· Ul the Press COnference; ex tended to the board by'represenlabarn InUl a ¥chool.room. ThiS school could be done for Pacific Lutherlll\ 61der problem$ that may ' come up. member of the eholr. played foo.tbllLl ta t e a d d m ce w a e b U as al t The b $ departme 5lne · �� �:x�:� �::rs �e :���� ������: a� ;l:� f:;:a:�n= t�: l1 h rll : r-:C�v� �:����r � �:��n� �:� Chautauqua: Will �:��� '::��=I C:y'::t'� a:� l1 over � t"'o hUf1dred�lette rl!ady sent te fngnve<l on the laYing cup. pear btlore that body, meetlnlr In nan the bankillg bus.lneu _U /8MlaUUlt thTee·Yl!ar school. and expreSSf'(! to ' J uIy Fourth Portland' ill AprU. i.o present Ule State Bank Examiner In\14ilI lIesota. a hope that the plans may be alumni and friends of the school. Inga Qoplerud belongtd Ul U'Le Begl�-and many more will be sent sOOn, Cholr/tht L. D. R.. 'the DramaliC', fut�re plan and polleT 0' the COl· In 1916 he ora:anlUd a bank ill. Mill. earrted out. the staff, Mut MoorinR Socltty the with the poulbUlUy of enlut· be· trll$lnR neapolla. which Is,now a part 01 the ... Id campaign . aellve An Hartley to Be Main icCe, the Ptp Club. and the Governor Northwest Bank COrporaUon group. Donn "Brothers" , InI au'pport and cooperation. t.aff has ai- Orchestra: of Luther $ Synods Monday thl! gin Speaker; and . a $taff, From 1911 to 19'26 he WM director ' ready Conference Sponsors secured of ad· several 5&& : .page$ A d Har�Id Gray , ...t'rtl$lng. ' and tnasurer of the hdcraJ La..\d mpuS" Bank of at.. �Iul. Th1a bank. gre'" With Roland Hartley. �Ovel'Dor of SignsOfonA Caroachio To Mustach,c.- SubLlcrlpU,?ns are coming In s10"'·" Argumentati' OJ� g to be thl! IUWest flnandal ntabliah· the State of Wuhlncton. ala.ted u p� Iy J\1.!It now. and �elr slowness . . · ' the I . Whlle Thl! ml15taeh� which Harold Ora)' dtLaying the "ork !50mewhat.,The ClaKS Presents the �n apeaJr.er ol .the dar, ment North",est Of �� Spring ..an" !-ov� d e n or Ie I dU U a a Trial :;:� on���l��� �r:�ta�:Uq�� The. wann��� tru:t Humorous :::,,: ::: : gkro�p'� !:/O� �": �r:::� YVl���:-:�u :: :� ! �� e:����e:� :; :��ra� .-, now spontOred by the Synods aflU- lC'. Winter 11 enpft'd to ..1M COld field men ",ere W\der hIa perronal fitll5ted. tion b 'over RrouP pictures Johnson .... awarded 13-: late;<! with the Am�can Lutheran wea� !P'1 tb:at 8pr\nI: 11 hen. ,dlreotlon. He developed I pllll\ of in- It' has' been '�Id that tht studl!nts "' hlch were 'postponed January 2; in John trial cue In "'hlch Con e�n«. will be hald July 4-10 on Perbape n II only .- ooU. aP'{tng. surill« for the bank. which W8$ of Paclfle Luthetall COLlege are IIkf' on account of rain. will bt taken on the mock $ued for' $1.0,261.16 for tht . loss of the rgrounds adjoining' Pacific Luth- but 'It bd'oome to PaU1and. So far Later adopted by alL similar' banks . a large famILy. Thl! boys of thl$ the first avall�ble date. hLs alniing vol« caused by fight enn COILegt. not all the blrdl have 1m"*" from In the United Statcl. family e�peclaLly taken to tht' with John verno�. A Bo�· and Olrla' Encampment; the Soutb. altbouah quite a few Since leavtng thLs eat&bll.ahmellt. "brother" Idea. Th; brothers C!f the FORMER STUDENT a d J a a 1 to ' AT HOSP :: =:r!:�ta�;I:�:�ac7�� �0r:� �� h��=�I� �,m�!�"; DIES-�TA L a ;:��n� ���o: :n::r���.:u �� ::��.�.�:�� :::� o� � �n�pO.�:.:e� tie�����. k:�:; lni Company. y.rUh ortlce� ill St. The black Ilnlni on Hlrold'a upper him In the UlrOit. However. none of Chautauqua. The forenoOn.. will be are mOltly cuctool and love birds, they thouah Ml.5s Nellie Teg�and; a former stu· the witnesses saw thl.a. Paul. Mlnrleaota and Cleveland. lip gave the appearance that he had devoted to leeturea and clUlft. and lOme of them are blue. Johnaon hit Vernon, Dr. .•hlle the aJumoOna ' ",III be open IAat nlght,�ponda wtre hA11 of Ohio. H� W88 Instrumentai ln,brtna:- not completed hIa Shave. ao the boys dent at P. L. A. died la.slt �eek In .. did h n J n n th e e o I a ' }�t=rs �� �tce� p!:u�:1Dm:: =n� � :wr:�n � �ds!!:: IO:e :::� school here In 1908 �a: ci�:;:' ��:: ���lf��' ::; :�:n::� I���=u:w! � �-:�::�J. ::�J:=:; . exoepUonaJ,ly J.ohnaoll would never be able to alng f1rulde gatherinp .w1ll Interest the duct. o"in, north but plenty or the . aktaUoa.. He. .M also' connedIed or a cobblestone or something llk� and IWl. Sbe '" I&me orA �e campus. One ' . not- even tQr a ndlo audl· partJcipanta. ....In. with the Wntem Dl5play Company that. Then they dlvldt'CI the mUlL- elleTlet!e and CCHladenU0U5 atudmt.. '\.. . The committee In charte. 01 the poor fuh rot wet because hl! fOriOt h.a.vlnc advert.bement a1(ns and bW· atbc by two Ill\d cut the IOUth half MI.5I Teglllld tauaht 'school . for enefl! . Uuouahout the Northwm oft, Mr. arty seemed to be peeved several years. alter 1ca.v1nc.ben. AI· The tr1a1 Wa.l Q,teK'nted by the Chautauqua, with PiOftuOr" J. �. hil overeoat. . jUJt, be!Off oo�· to Park1&nd. by t.b15 ooe of the brothen sua- thouch aha. w� UI much of her Ule, Af'iU.mentatton claM. and they tOld POu('IU' of the Paclfle Lutheran The ute lnsural\Ce' comp&lIles reto pve up e\"erythlnc but m. tnJth. Judie College faculty Mr. Preus blOUCht about the con- gested that they could ,Iue It back abc coukln·t be persuaded. clatnn..n, baa 81- fuacd to .ell Insun.nce to Mias · I50lldaUcm of I.b.Ls ClODlP&DY with a ill place. Harold wuo·t saU&f1ed')'et bel' desire to ",In a ' ddctor's deiree. 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e�n . wlU\ the tnitle: no,!," It wu Last Issuel (Continued qonbIed man. He d directly under theThe e ruahlnc _�r .i:'·'�he"::d" �OU1!e ;:;r� uthrew hthem rope. m e SheI prayer t.hat. !IOmeone ' would, .����, .'.u_ � Bob . •... ...".;.J. . ".� '\ t. .!:" and then u II In anewer to · her. The � Ulhtt-hed", puDRr 00 him.. and UN. the o t , fiat dropptod He r:: u;; � :':.;; ��·�:�t·o:·�e tllhl. Ye.. !Je had thrown tru.f. EDITdRIAL STAFF. ' In answer to .. iJ.tM.1 from !.he':Ired held '....d"� _�.� �.-�.: EdltOr--8TELLA SORBOE n9l"Iy,Y-rked Helen.l� mall. H�len could It I.ll, but ..... herThe· Man..lng Edlt.qr' but she h�lc:t on with every seat �_ 8h� otherwise helpltsll. ar Man P. Mr Hall," 'Oh yes. Especially In Bob Spol"Ul Editor _ . . . . Ha� So�w:: DeWe . the mU30le In her bOOy. Bob 'CM �t· . . 1 ... ca 4on"'s and we Van r. are huln. eXlmhlat!ons hen s�Uln. Sport$ Wr1t�rs ' . tellln, her to sit U,hl. � Eric Hauke Bob n I am writing thbl�t�r I only hav� f&l�ly.lesp �k Into .etlan ahd Ing hto her. . C�y Editors _ . - L. A A � �I. H' ���a: r.::I :::onao ; ]o a ] :I y m:'a: y. 'Featu� J :; d � �= foaur t�stse todAi uand It s raining tr peanuts sold f� ten �nl$ per come rael�' :down the hlgbwa a �Ill a; =k ;�r : ::� n s . M.l1d� Card � :.� ;o� ';r:e� �:h;.·�:�:;,:� pound and steamboats sailed on rot- wa� s:ro:::m::: =��r. :' no· tallY joo tor eltbe·r at tbem to _ _ !������ t�s, h.o" much ,r&SS �. added rusb · of .a�r. protl&bly �::'�e�e :a� �tt t:�:rr1: .c!,: ��:�: 11.'1.]11: looks ill!-e the Diet of Worms. ler ska ' ._ _ _ ' Socl�ty ' �:dOfltPt.. �. ec� <:over the football .broken looee �rom one Of the '1�ler eternlt� Reporte�lal"1l P'jermedal, Mattie E. �. EY�iJTl Arneson. ThO:Ras- Thtl/ill·s the funniest edOl around Bob ittp� aU the track o r �=:. Paulln� &hl�rman. Ruth Brown. John Hppp and ::Iarence :h:,l�k�i :::��keh: ·�C:eaj�n: to. finn. �nd. He pullt<! the = L. A. " �·e���e ":'r���; 'r= o� : ;:: e Sr" blaCk and wtilfe· He ..re- , Carroll Sv&re: ·:It'a �onderrul how water wre�nChed the bcMt first· thl. ��: :: ;! ��t r::: :�� .::t.ll T)·plllt . Nedra Dubl,k design mindS me or. that. pltchjwork quilt my hair parl$ exactly In the mlddle.�' way. then that. and. In demon· rled· th�m· tob the car. seated Helen. BUSINESS DEPAR MENT T for you ."·h�n c ��:':' ��:� . ··Ye5-0n ,dead �l � at the wheel. . John n �:n�e�l:n:�tl�:�r�. : l �:e�=n;=�!���= ::: andel�hls place e I !�.�r:I:: �f7:;ger ;aren Johnso b c o O carried ,Iri. rabbit. boElt. El".d trt.,e. hll� =e· �t �l=o t=�bo:-�.. ·I was hurrying to get d�.'>5G1rcul'atlon 'Mana,er . L. A. ood �l: l�� W�other _ morning. 1 got a run ·· You·re a shiftless g ·for-noth· whlrlln, and twilltlng At a terrible. them were stl� to · the depth!. F'acull,.r-Ad,·\sers N. J.: Hong and..::. O. J. Stuen I'd· the . = In my 5tockihg. The ,lrlll· told me to Ing ·· &aId Johnny JohruOrl.. to . his dizzy speed tdown theb river. Helen ::::'.= .. �:::.:� h n l ,y . :..." uP se ketch on , · It. � dld� but It �Id�t F'o�. A .STEP. A!#EAD PLAlvNED . I: :: ::rl��: �:7tl; �0�� �0 anythl nl excep ��;=t �l1":en;:� .'!�; �::� l:mcling rnA my s. oc . L. A. and hurled mercUe,sa\y �ver I n �' xl('nlfltlg am t � th(' l'OItr�(' .()f tlw. Cullege ;\;orlllal depurl, I�' IOUSIY. � telTll to the do was to Walte[ W'rlght: "Wh� did yo� c':lt boat with both ' hAndS. and. lean ln, the dam. �hat Helen broke_ the lIl· �1I�'IIIS ttl I.hr�(' Yl'ltrs, lil(' hourd uf trll�tc('s hll� lIloIuili shuwn �ook quee�. . Ma.· do )'OU suppose "" could get my the sl�ve out of YOur ·coe.U·· lence. Bob·!' ·arms w:ere around H�len 10 � I.s. UPPft·ctaltu.n of . Ihl' f.lwl 1IU11 til(' schuul- IIIlt�I.. �1I uhcud hair Peter XIV In her lap. to as curled for ,'he p.l�y? I know It Al Hauge: '·So I eQuid put It ·on keewpover sbe raised eyes th.t were l100ded II II IS 10 l'Ullllllltt' lis l·Xlst{'Ill"C. Al thl' prt's('nt tilll(' it IlIkes to a wltb rrom being dUhed. � d t.ears ·� him , But. tor you, .nd out of my wateryhimgrave. !Ill' ulll.lOst l·ol-lI·!l�i' III takl' a slt'l> like I h is.J. IIHI only with ...111 COlIt money. but you � 1 h.�e hwithout taklnl my h . pleadln, prayer.Helen w l pere my fate ,WOUld have" been.'the l."' letting my hair gror and Its and." ·same ',ht' Ullltl'd 11('1 1) of sludt'llls, flll'lIlty, lind. · frit'lII ls IIf I hi' !)ee A. . , · Bob. wh�n be �w what �d hap. as the boat's.' · Th.OISe . stron, arms �l"h:ull �·:l'� .fllr 1 {'r prll�r('s� b� 1111111,'. As Dr Tilll-{h'slud suitl. just long enough n01l.". � lti,.at 1 COUld . L. 'Iftc.r Ins '.( 11I.r I OI�' til(' JUlllllr l'UIll'UI' l'Ollft'rt'Tll·t' in Cnlif- .do It up. If It w&lI a mpe lon,er. L�l S.anderson: ··Und me a buck pened. doubled his speed. Hill tightened A�1Jt her she con 'Tm gl� I dldn·" ruh ov·er urn�!I, II JIIIII. '.r fJoln'U(' dOl'S 1�1l1 nclt·qual"ly ril in 1I1111('r Annie going to ha\e .. hers curled. for a 1I."eek. old dear:··. · powerwl roadster rocked from. . slde Unued. that day In· the woods for two Al Ellingson: ··Wh""e�·s the 1I."�ak to side. He must be'at the boat to you 1"'PSI·1l1 l·OIl1htlOIlS: 11 1111 l'XI"IIlSIOII intll 'lI four.yt'ur l'ollt'�I' too reBll;O n s. the .chlef one III not ". .h(�uld II(' un·ulllphsht'.d .IIS sunil Ma. 1I."e hA\' to keep the Mooring .old dearT· . liS possihlp. the treaUe. Helen's only point of that you an"d saved my IUe.". . L. A. SOOIl Ill{'. :\UI-{t1Sllllla SYIHICI, reprl'sl.' lIlinl-{ Ihl' S wt'ilish ('IC'. Mast o(flc� c,,?sed In . the e\·enlng rescue wU there. Futer. tuter.seHe -Peter XIV. who was h.pplly cud- . 1Ilt'lIt . of t h(' l .ull.H'ran Churl'h in Alll('ri(a. will eOllsidt.' r Ihf becau.� th_� kids use It to IlPOO� 'n.. 1t you were ea"tlng a biscuit and 1I."&lI ahead or the boat now v. by his 'I1ll'sllull of hl'lplllg support PUl'ifil' I.tltllI'nlll CUIlt'I-{I'. It IS 1"\'1' hurd of spoonlng In rL'Ihlng round a thread In It would you call eral yards' now he reached the died In Helen·lI lap. opened ·tensl4!"epy �yes to � his mllltreM I.fwr('forl' o� thl' ultlll ,sl iIllJl"rlunl'l' Ihal WI', as � llIIl('lIts 11111 1 bUl : ne\·er hear.d of It In that .....ay It a ralam uffln ? crOllSlng. ·s;ammlng on the brakts. derly and lengthily kissed by this 1 t' !lrt'S('lItatln's of . tllls. st'h�lul, hl' pnrtil· ulllriy l'a �l' f lll uhllul before. 00 you suppose you kno..... . L, A. Bob rabHed a towline from the ' you�, man. N� bein, or 1111." wortls lind 1Il"iIllIlS tlunll� Ih.is nilil"ul pl'riot!. :\. thought - ..... hllt It Is? Her teeth chattered. !Jut you could. floor ofI the·car. leapt<l from the car. ,.satran,e . you know jealous nat\4te. and too Ured. to. that n·t understahd.what th�y u.ld. less wllr:d mlly turn prosppl'IlY(' slI IPuril'r .inln 1111 ul'lil'l' -thnny Johnson. and ran out to the middle of the ralse 'lnyway• Pete� . L. A. <ll1tagllll.,sl. alltl. l'art'il>ss !It:I.II�uy �ivt,l SIIIlH'OIW UII t'l1tirply rlld!o ·slnger who lost hJs VOice. has trestle. jumping as many ties., · closedoojections his eyes to tblll .stran..� klrn . ()lI of till' II'UJtIIIll-{ thai Ihis sdwlIl aims 10 been outside fixing his car. and It Harry S;outhworth· ··What ar�. possible. All he ran. he tied a� slip \\TUI�g ImJlrl'� of lll'fairs and .drtfted off Into a PI'lIl'ldl'. . . wWH.1s like the bollet w.orks. that you think ing about?·· noose In the rope lind coiled It. -- - -Emmy·s fllther useQ to work In be· AI Lund: ··Thanks for the compll· Bob looked back. he saw the dellclolJ!; carroty . (The dre&m. End) for� It ..... closed becalJS(! or Its be· ment.'·_ boat rushing tow.rd him fILl" below. WHEN (j PPORTUNITY KNOCKS , Soon Helen 1I.'Ouid be under him. If you Wl'rt· shown !I f1J1Junluin t'ol'(,l'ed with Ihick tTtlsl Ing a public nuisance. l u n e d \ I r II I ' 'I l I l r . · ::�\.���� � ��':::'���I���; �I:;��l�I:, I t":I�;:; \I��; I;�rt�;fl� II �)s:��. :��I\ lIJ'� �; tr��� ��� :.��; ;I�n�t �::k;�o�:�. th�Sh��� l� :!I:t� �:� �: t: :!d.� �:Iy�h :1;t��e �a:sr :I:�y :: 1 h k · e hour f ' ' \ I . 'I ' I lt I ( L. he n estl o :o::: ��n;�shWt��� :;.p:y rt �: U� � O T qU ��:;�:�I�I ;�;'�]l �I:�,� ·;�, :::! )):I�\� �'JI� �I;:::: :I I�t��\ :�::� -/�1 1 ::I �I��":it'I:� ::� :: ::: ;�le :r:��.� ��:� :�:; ··What time Is It ?.. and jerk ber out of hili reach. A mall lolt! you Ihal you could hUH' all Ihl'..Mold':;" d sill'l'r Ihu l got enou,h or It III a shorL UrnI'. L. A. vision of that d.m such a short w.y you �·()ultl l·.arry. hul Ihal you wl1l1111 hUn' IWllhtaill Ihe pri zl because they came home week Ance .. .:Oh. Jack, that clEfldy jus.t down the river flashed before h\Jn. hy yoursell. ,,·lIultl you h(l»lrU(l�l' Ihl' work whieh ill lilll! before they should hal'e. �.y mouth water :·.. Bob stood �. walttnl on the ,olng to the moun. makes \\,1I�ld ma�e :YOli rich·� I .. school Tl1e . Jack. Hert"s a blotter low side of the trestle. Would be be (.lIl1l'�(, IS U mnulltuJIl sd wllh JlHl1I'· jt>wl'l:s lind filll.tI wilh laIn. don·t knoW' ..... h�ther \\"e I-{I iltl, anti you a�,· \\"l'k-olllt' 10 1111 !lit' riehl'S iI uHers yOIl . goln, to Mount TlI.coma or Mount t la.. .'HowL. aA.e ou comin g l jiiiiiii But you must dl»l oul till' \\1.l;.t llh by \·tHlrsl·lf !Inc! (urn· it RlI.lnler but't guess the will .decide. ong S .el w th your. re ru · ngy · ii iiii ii iiii ii ijiii ii jiii ii iiii i iiii l!,'ollntl withoul lIi(� from 1I11\·0I11' . If ";111 luok fill" Iht. II:lIlh llbout that IIILer: It wlU cosi SI.4S a.l Fannyi · guessd IcIm just ? · one or I I ii iiii you' lI fill�1 ii, ft:r it is' alwuys 1" 11 displll�·, und 110 11111' who may you think that I ..... Ilt be able_to tJ.1me poor: ·1losers:; " hI' watd)ltJg wdl l'l1rl'J,ow mUl"h you takl' IIWll\" . TIl(' jt'wels go? �. A . arl' all llil'rt,. !Jut YOIl 1II.1ISt ('arn tllt'lII h� . y�llll"s('lf. II i� Plell.sc ·don·t forlet about .eLllng . yo �t , � O ' . SI · I I I I .�S YOIl will l'lIrry away . my hair curled lind thr trip to I he ha:e:I�� �a� t���g;�uo:��tP��!:I� :���\ : j� ;I ���il;I �::�I I :� i�� � I\� ' r:;� ;��; . let my mountllin when you answer LAST DAY on. be barra.s..o;ed when they are asked to ler. �·ou? The play Is going rtolday L. A. E,.ervon-c Here Saturday. Jan _ 31 �� F;.�U�:� �.!� W��:�: �:u:. One or our new namely members. make a ChoIC� and prerer to be' told y I 'Findi'O it Hard d e h w r All articles of To R� Pleased ;:: t�:eco�rs:e:::w7:�I�:::��� Your cherlshe��:�:::e�erua. . :.I��t�e�::� : �!r :h: C:,��� of( would her name be' Lucille. �IEN'S WEAR ' others tI.·ould rather have wr itten L. A. . GreRtly Reduced It hilS truthfully beton said thllt H.SlIlgnments Harold Wogsberg.. ·· How long does HEARD LAST WEEK! ! ! perllOl1 simply can't please every_ :� ;.�.ke you to dress In the mort;!- If the person who tOok my psy_ CLOTHES FOR D.RESS bodY how . no . hard matter tri he WORK AND SPORTS es .Take for Instance Hoover he did .alo-r:gl.sln�I;:::.=l;:��'t�l: . . . . -' . . c;.ho.IPKy, 1l0t&-� 'Nt.II .!��urn It be· . hili best to saUd; the �le. but ��ln;��attbl��U�e:cn-! s:� h Jo�.n Johr13On : ·· Bout half an rare exams. no questions 'Ntli go un-=D.ICKSON \ �::I� � l:�I�I� !,.�r him to dent.s Waul: be re�y to put their O�:·ro]d Wogsburg· ··Onll:..J.a.kts. me BROS. CO. v o te Q. K. on. It such a thing could be ten m inutes.'· 1134 Pac'tllc Ave. . Accordln, to w)1at one of our most . c to u I c!��· ;:\�;���;f'". a� :e�: :ra:::: I� � ���o� :��� d:; John JOhnson�·· :ah. but I wash:· prominent professors says. the only e a I I to make a rreshman understana . .. ......... .... ....... .. . .... ....,,.: . . " . . .. ...;..... . .." .. way . saUstled? A day student says It radiators. and on cOld momlng� .. u· ea an w as������ . . 'f ARKLANO· LIGHT & WATER £;0.· must be euy to study If o�e stays JltUe more. � � f t��� e : r � �::e� to m are ::�:� oln to ! �:� b make.'· say. A )lulllaIPC����·n��On:;�ized 191-1 ��n� :::;:tto;�I:n! ��e:;,;; F.ufDUS SAYINGS Sally: ··Probably by the time you 2. Say It Fllmisbee Wakr. LI..bt aDd Power ()uly to st1,ldy If one lI....ed. outslde the father dougb used to ���Memben. the 3 . S.ummarl� wn at you said . make WaleT rnlnlmam in storle3 your Sorboe-"Have Stella w l P. C_IOO elL It "lfMerschool building. Mrs. nderlle fln w�r,�=!� make." 4. WMte him a letter. she can·t cook to please each boarder early...... ·· �r turther information apply to E. 8. ELLlN080N. Mgr. . ,.... .................... ... ... ............ . .. ."'.. ... .. .... .. ..... ... . .. .... · OI �llfenes.s-··An those In fa\·or John vemon� ··�u y� girl a ---:!':d:� tl::�u!�� :�. td= !au�� �.�. .. . . nse of humor?" JACK'S 'GRIDDLE kraut. Some want sunday break- Harold oraY-" I just want to sug-. k� 1... - Lee : "Yes. the mor� I humor . " ··The mO$t of the be'st for the f&llt at eight ; others want It 8t ,est t.h.Is . e lt. leut" • . Try t h e 8. e It i d 8 t o k!>. to study late Prances Jane La 11 nine. Those who . vln-·· For· goodneSS her the better lI� �kt$ into th� night. think the lights sake ... .. Goo d · Coffee 913 Commerce toad th bu.rnI It. � d e s A s r r n t � . C o i l e II e S t u· d i e 8 '. • . aa h�:Wd learn, III ec � � ��t�: :!k�·· ��b big He.!:�� : ,;: �; �;r� �nIll: ::::;::: ;:, �:te�� stood I� perfect safety: , stud), th1nk tbe electricity should .. .. He grftn to burn. turned oft earl1er in the everu..n; Dorothy Lehman-"Well. oh ...... Fountain Poem 52.and ilp an turned J;OO1ler. in the morn': Berdine Knutun-"Qot your �orse Fond Patellt:I:� w . man}'. d a;;:d P.rker fountain penll-are always ready- t;o Sheatfer Famous · New rln\.shes and styltll !�!·ts .�a:�U::� :el�:�j:!:� ��; ·· Pe�lval-"ln considertna: the Id . don·t Y0!ol think?" Fountain Sen-ice and d test be'lng told what they matter...... . should f:ake. whlle othera ire em ElIther WestbY-"Qh, �otber ...... . PARKLAND GARAGE Sheaffer Lifelime Pencil. 83_25 Hot & Cold Lunches Warnes. Homemade Pies. you t;:an depend on Iri every colle,e crlllil.l A You need a pencl1 Gu. Olb A«-.orieI compJ.ete line at Rhodes. . r'ain for the future J, C. �terson . Parltland, Wn. in tfw Land of the Future Looseleaf Notebooks 81. 10 Liberal Arts Courses in Junior CoUoege T Standard sizes In P. looselnt style noteboob. start In pMce at . elephone Madbon 145-R2 Slate Accredited Normal Curriculum '1.10. Bonnadele Six Programs of Study in High School Beauty Shoppe Brookdale G rocery C o_ Special Courses in�u8ic, Art, Commerce Esperl Se� La aU U- of Beanr CaHan. Gaanatftll Porlabl",Typewrite\'8 860_00 Receive an Education � ' The .tore that has it PermaDeDt W... iD' . , Paltiand, Wash. experienced Chrtst1an teachers In healthful, scenic ·sur�­ . under roundlnp. 10 a friendly siudent body imbued with the fo�­ Iook1na" sp1rlt of the W�, with spee1al opportunlUel in.at.h.\eUc:s, " ... , . . Hay, Feed Paint, dram.atica, forenalc:s. �ool joumaUam. and musk, lnclucUne oW . wonderful ··Choir of the West." . . Drugs, Hardware ' Art'•. 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Ort'(On to vlB;ll her aunt and January 70. uan, belnlt showl}. by th� stlld�n� In th� student prlcticil le he . d I I K ullcle Mr. Ind Mrl: Drllca.� She thb. lctlvlty. at 'l p :n� �;: ; ��:'er,�: Il h.. been considered ���I ;ra;:!� :.�.;��� M:u chlpel tllerc�s I �:�I;�� nlvy t",l8On for studenL to ta.ke part �ondlY 'e'·enlng.. January 19. I Conductlnl tumM to school on Monday. Y EX - cl&1mlnc. " We�re In tM . . eolletlts PON nlost In Ible and · student IIn� for . practice good no.... I.n IInythm. but hu studle�· dinner ra:rty liven It the home the bdt leadership. THE PRESS. ChlrloUe SbMp Ind A' Ma.,. lI�fl of thll kloo could be cured .".Ith Ouest.$ of MI.ss Orflce Helite of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dahl In honor enCOUBIe. 'AY e b �:;:� � �tI��:y :�� TRU MPET. ��e"t�n: rr:�:�7u' ! 1) x. h� liniment, d . O I IN N RW TO S . : ��� I . f e ba , d e K � . ��� ���U�t� e':n�-e=;. ��:. �� Imlnltion papers. troolllni home· A man·""ls .. to d�ribe the Llo)'d EllInlllOn. Vlklnl S�I RldCarl J,ohn80n Ind children from IU�ts. SPEA.KS AT LUTHER �!af It the In. . Wlrd. . er. �'Ul represent St, dlffe,rence bet"eoen tllk and �hlt�. C;'n1l·1)'. W'uh. Mr. Hol�e and . Knu� Rot:kne. flmous ' football, It o el I l l JOhn!\Oll brother Ind suter Of . . ��::;I\i.u��·:n� . J:nu��y �S�h� mentor' of Notre Oame... .".\11 lectu rt' �:�;��::lle�� o:::�; M�re� � �I:p�mdll .alklnl Ilround In her ���n::re:I�-:��·�����s t�e true Tr he l i:' at Luther Cq!lele br,:r Mr. ElIln,lIOn won third pJI� In Marra"t flilmo spralnllli her tinier while chatter ·the con,��m:ra���� lar meetlnl 'I�I rt: :�hureh par 7 � �hlle pllylng basket bail. of nothings combined _"h over exr. P. 1. Bardon ""..., th� nAI�hO�:tc�I���e WI� �uth:or �:� (he n llUyon�1 Inte.rcoUe,llte ski meet MINI Ruth �� lett SIItuntlY s�re.sso � ::��:����ciE��n :l1he !llbphomores lootlnl their beet .ertton of the mouth. by the ",omen." �::� h_ � � ev new the ker The" f lnl. : : : � l!! o for h('� home In Peterl5. MLM �b. pea ut ! a cou"in I 15 Ind cle. :� :;S :�::Ued htr st.u�s. �=� e��e:��': �:rha�n=::e� er ,",dulles. COLLEOE CHIPS. . �:4'�:::!C�=john F&4ne. en. �n f'al� ,'Ita�at he �ould be f th StlllN G POP�LAR }Gylhll elch · others comPI-IlY. ,lad to rellte Incidentl of the buket . Vice-President: Stelll Samuelson. TIERNS :LE.AGUE PA The Mount Biker Club holds rt'ICarllo)n trying to ,Ive �n ac· b&l1 trip to anybody tbll,_ould be I_nd Hennln . modt! UM'mbly ular meetin,s at BtUmllhlm Nor�- Red T MIl;s Martaret Rlliand of Bur. �""t!ry: An �ntercoUetllatt count to � "\.twk1'He for the Inte",I� . u� IU1.�n. Wll6hln�. .and MLM Ellen treM. ." . -Nations 1I·m be held II to Intere�lslUdentl ln sklln,.Sev. !}llsalnl IUgar bo.ls, . , The t...eque . plans to mate I of the Leaaue of SOlt�' of £1..e�tl. WlllIhlncton. ar_ mOUntaln O,f tht facult,. memtJ:tn hav� Ida HhtderUe. w1� t"'o tlnlen In Let me,.�loae by sayln, that quick.rh'eCi at P. L. C. on Friday as ttlp�on tht fl"'t Sunday In It �aCllnter ColfeCt In St. Paul on e�11 IJ.IIO Joined U'le club Md' an! Inter- ' � alr. IIIt.1na everyooe, Oot your ItlrUna: will mean .. Quicker end_ Yebrulry 8 I:nd 1. ' Februlry. I, 5tudenls In the. .donnltOl'}' money for the Sq:�:' Con�rdla College has been askt'd n� in the Ilrt 01 sll:l\n,. Inl, Try this In yOur 'c1111Se1.' f fonner stu- to represent czechoalovllI:la. Oth,er 'Mem�1lI Of this club receive no . guests of MI Klther).n Miss Utllin Anderson. .ConUnu� From Pile Onel oi5tn as one of the Col!etles and the countrle� they Itt' pMlcticl1 txptrlence-but .d6 recelvt R�CF.IVE PRIVATE tESSON S LIIO"ernlght mb Ilt ' her homt In .ssTacoml on dent here w..., ch to reprtsent are AU8Sbur:" S�eden: InfOlmlUon reglrdlng technique In Tht University of �Inllton Is of the Stl� Police car slln:.r.1ed .Saturdll)' Jan�lry 1 7 ""ere : MiMes four prettiest c�tds on the Unl· CArlton, Brltlsh Empire. Hamllne. skltnl. FTequenUy. lIIustrltlve pic- the. o�ly �hool In the United Stites them to stop. The officer. accordln, ,"U.ss Anderson Is a Amllnda Lellnd. Ruth �bbe�, Ind ,·gtnlty campus, JapRII; St. c;=atharlne. Oreece and tures Ire shown of Intematlonll ski- that offers Indi''lidual In!tructlon In to Mt. Preus. live every Indication , '�Ilrgllrtt Eliot. They spent Sunda)' Mlduate of 1929. Roumllnill. : .S�.:Olaf ..Poland: Duluth ln, contests. NORTHWEST VIK· the fu ndamentals of debate. of belnl very much ' u�t lboU.� RI.thl' home of Miss Leland',ln ett llng, However, when h.e saw Rte Teacher s College. �t!Pany: INa, Atf�s Borrtson, '28. \"lslteC! school St ·Pro(eSllClr Fre1:lerlck W, Orr. head !IO!Jl St. JohrCs. Bolivia and Peru: St. .t}e said It ,public aptall:. th� nock of eec.hlldren.that Thu�ay. January 15. a.rt.ment p de' of of the th·ey mu.t T fe . France. s Collell Cloud Teacher D � .. 1 CON f' -0 O ' to proe 6. bu�. EST ' RE IN N I Ina. announ thlt each squid not forlet MI!\!! Ollnl WI4I'OO w..., tht week- Io et Hamilton. sister to Mar The purp of this embly Is to rt(J:ftl�r as visitors It x ptrt instruc.. ltt receive will member t us as ed r was - follow the o� News Lincoln The ·� l end guest of MI.ss Mable Johnson at guerl'l: ItsNat!on� . n of " nt to the t Leflgue x " former e studtnt. a some by debatlnl In thin tffecUve In Hamilton. pRptr school hlah be8t' ) fifth .the . . her home iI\ all Harbor Januar ' visited. 'school .".Ith Amelia Holm- sembi)" I n Gtneva. THE CONCORthe scr;nery Ilonll ' the United States In a nlltioflal 1It(' mem�r of the public speaklnls�f. AfteF enJoylnlHlgh.ay 23.25. DIAN. 111_ that Columbll qUlst. Frlda�·. Janua.ry 16 ondllry school of JoumAlism. conte.'!t '\�unlveTllty of Wash. Dally. the afternoon. they IIt_yed a: """" Black lind Red the by sponsored Rt\erend Ind Mrs Owrge jfen Margaret Aaberl. (ormer ItU' teachln!! hILS spc:nt severll months 'River over nlllht W..hlngton Ind J�ffenl(l n Collelle ·CqNDUCT S� Catherine slster tllll her. l vl.'! \lilth rlck.sen' of Stattle and·dauahter,�i1I� dent. has, beert' HI for se,'en wecb, A!ldel"l'Oli. In Be'·er!y Hills. Callror- Weekly of Wllshln"to?. Penn.'!ysl- Studen\.'l It Sacrllmento Hllh The .".hole family "''' tthus· Hcrman EllInpon of De-corah, iO\l,'1 at th va Carl ��ac:�:c!���:h7nt:tr:n.�:;lrn:O;;:: ;:� pu� of this contest to :�: ;� u�ou7t��C�lt;nofE;::�� ���� ���!f �::::�f�he �:� ::� :��I���:y����; ��':��. Collom. Norris .29..Lanllov... on�.theandlmpu" ,'151te<! made frequent stops the lasl t""o t: ,' litter plrt of April. . create Interest In }Ournlll,m as mento school Ictlvlty. LINCOLN NEWS. . The ·Chlef object of th� plan 15 to days, v Mr, Preus states U'l1�ln they Fo",·ler. " mother of MiM Wedneadl)'. Janua.ry 21. A DTamltJC Club ""as OI1Ianlud In tn:��e�I�:����1�::n:'I�ef�::; ptoOS E STUDE�T COUNCIL ' ��ov::rT��u�:r :t:�� th�1 E��� ::. �� !�:���:� 1;1�::c� :4�� l II f I I n e vi , , In The student cou�CII of �Ieaaant ��s of the Community. d :n�� �,����: :��:'�Itre�� Selttle u:-;"::: :� t�� :�;ln: "'" h:� C����� 1I�:o;;,;: �ecd: InS\��rng,W��a!���� :nd0;1�� �:Mr. L n W�te\"3. ' 3 0. 15 the prlmlry � I � ��:7 �; Preus spent Sunday hili four children. ·wan· A group t of ��Ch:. y. e IY h e ta . u h ;:II:�:I:d�;I�e��;· p��t �=� of thIsa council �s rto' Inspire leader- ��� Joumallsm students of SIler.- �l:;' l� h°tc�L��=."�d ;:�I� r� t Mllla.rd Quale. Berdine ::�e ��f��cu��le: :�����\.'I ��:ee� menlO Junior Collt(J:e '111'111 Interview .ho Is ,I hl,h school IOpho.more. '1$8 St. Helena A"e, .:�28�.: t;0;�t:':� Eric Hauke. III';::�� :e: e lo m e ' home In "Santa aa:.bara.,CIUfOrnla, :r�:no:�� ::�e;:=:. r::!� stud�nts and teachera. �h:8etc�t� grade. Prl5:: .ss�:�:�e=' :�!r;t= n:! :�I:. �h� !:u l t. ' and clubwomen. \\'h�re he will remain until he regains old WO(I:sberl. Georle Jensen. Vet. Only members of the _Junior Speciul till Jun. :H r m I I l his strenlth. 110n H�rold.son, Ed and Ray Hln- =;s��b � �! �� R��t��� em Ellht hundred Sacramentlns ...lIl . be Interviewed throuahout the course Chapel Gleanings derlle. Ladies Coats and ) ... . on the'early hls'tory o! Pacific Luth- of the work thlt undoubtedly will -Dresses 20 per cent Marie Oarolln, '29. .".ho hu betn The Suburban-be completed .won Study Club met eran College. OFF the home of Rev, and M\"3, T, 0, -Pony Express. , .....·The spirit ot Chrllt II the spirit TSCHUNKO'S " ot" love . Tlnlelstad. Svart, "dlh Mrs A. W. Ra.msta� and A SLI.ver Tel 'NILS given by Mrs. J . . "_of nO"'tn Satisful'ti.;n { �t1llralltt't'(1 n O s n r G v G o r p �:&�I��:� ���. �;: �;;:�:Sg:�: �. :u:���:.�: �', �: �� ��: ���D ���::OTS:y �:ft:':!� te�:;�a t�!V�::lI:n: :�:f�a::.� �';::If�: :�:� :: ��� PANTORIUM PHONES : Mad. 514-Mld. �l� a 3JlttCh on "The History of Art:' J. U. Xavier. at the home of the Oulld of Puyallup Hllh School, ful life:' H"vill:. CLEANERS .",·hleh lollo\l,'ed by 5everal m'usl- latter. W�ne$day a�ternoon. Janu- whose puipose It to promote In· "8u1id your.IUe lro:nd your Lord Parkland Laundrv ,. cill numbers, ar)' 21. More thin one hundred terest In craftlimall!lhlp, and ea.lour, Je,u" Ch�t." H..vlll:, Madison 14$'·J·1 n e I t tw tlkes divine po"er to �e lor . The first real meetlnll 01 a club. ���:: w:�� !� :: � ���l l� � =:�::n��;'':��:I�:�; the"Ittonlue:·-Hon,. School B'ooks, -which organlud for the purpot'lot ' the debt on the Trinity church or. Interest the Guild. History stu. "Jesus choor.es His moet intlmatA;: dents are especially enthuslasUc be. of ctutlng a deeper Inte",st In U1e gan. Supplies · the moat ordwry It stimulates Itudenl-Int.ereat friends , amon, building of I girls donnltory. \I,·m Printing Shelffer. Watennan. Conklin be .. like you and rzu!. held Thursda.y. JanuarY 29. at Monday. Janua;yJ9, Mr. and Mrs, In the craft fJUllds of the middle people, peop Fountain Ind Penc1!5 ' ....Pf .:. I�r. Brief Cases. Leather Ooods the home of Mill. J. A, E. N..e.ss of J. Pflueger entertained It dinner .,es. . Stationery S£E In the Tacoml. An Interesting program will the Lutheran Chatauqui committee At present lhI membera of the "The ptrlOn _ho cheltl let the not does lItf!. of !Jame enlaged Ire ulld construcUnl In The J. F. Visell Co. open th� meoetlng. Q chalr� the Is of which' Mr' Pflueler Engravinll a miniature model NI�leonle coa�h. �roW?:·"':'Rll:IllItad. BoobeUen-St&C.loaers man. 909' .. Pac. Ave, Tlcoma The awards for outstandln, BkllI "Let be ,trol\l I.n 'he Lord <;)f Dr. O. A. Tlnlelsta.d was the luest speaker at the SOr Optimist Club 1\ alrvlcll: Olson, '28. who iradvltes conslstll of four Unlvendty schotlr- hQlltli:·-Xavler, . t deplrtment of ships of a:!oOOO each ' and coverinl a "Jesus came to show, us ho" to held In the Tacoma Ho�l, Wed.nes- 1 from the qrlcultura build for I1le:·-HlUvlk hlnlton Stlte Collele. wish- full four year course.-The H1-Llfe. D�signer8 and froducers . The StudentS do day. Jan1.!ary 21. Dr. T1ngelstad spoke--- e�the toWILSsend "God the masterbuUder" �ven crectinls to Paclflc EN ES IN RESEARCH r-. the lJI wonderful poulblllUes 'tI GAG or Prize·Winning say they have never --. Lutheran CoIlt(J:e, his alma. matir. Mare N, Ooodnow �the Journal· bu1idlnl of I beautiful Ufe.'· .. ,lIL Ism the of of Unl.ers!ty deplrtment Edna Brotnov. '29. who fonnerl), been in Tilcoma un· SCHOOL ANNUALS has made I, surVey of "MIl,. _e never fOrtet that CbrlIIt played center for p, L. C.. Is now Cilifornil b h r 1 ht O · Tele he Btll t · less they have eaten , �:�:"�:I1:;:)�.I::n. ::h ��: s'tU:�t�f ::a= I,�e 1�u w:n� ;0: �� :�� . . . .. /. . "He states that high school studenta forth much fruit. It ill neceuary'that 12th Ind Sts: �ln 436 at ;Our t.ree of )Ue be pnmed:"-HAuce· Erickson, '30. Is stayine Ire preparifli for tomorrow and Mable ATACOMA home It present In COnrad. Mon· sho'Nin, thlt they Ire capable of "Our Uvea an r1eb only wbeD'tbey . Carlyle's Cafeteria handline \he probleau the rut- _Ive forth fruit r..bundaDUJ." tina -Raup. ure.-Tbe Bull eo;. Every Page of i. memory book Is luU of Very New & Smart ! "GIelntng and hnportanoe.·CoI_ DAHL GROCERY COMPANY It(J:e Itudenta love to keep It­ Parchment Member and . how they wUl treasure It liter. Calling Cards It makts U'le Uloat attractive Taco�a'. 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Gladiators Win . Close Game With . yakima -College

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Lutherans Meet · . Normal Terrors Thursday Night

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Preparations for AU-College . Play Mad� for Friday · Night

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LAVIN

WILL COACH -Dramatic SOdet)' Members HIGH SCHOOJ. Pl.AY Seiling Tick, ets; Others nusy With Pla�'8

The High School Uterary SOCiety has chosen FranceII · Jane' Lavin to coach a p!fly .whlch ""Ill be giyen" by members of the club. The play and the cut will be ch�", next wet'l:. The pray will probably be Vre5ented the lattt'r . part of Ma.rch. , . . . to Arions Leave ' · For SoUth S000

Elenshurg Quintet 10 orft'r , StronJ,!est OpPo!lition or �ason in Hot Tilt

PrepantioM f�r pl't':;t'nt.aUon or lhe all-collese play, "Broken Oi..�hu" ... are being ma!:Je fof eight o'e!cxk Fri· dill' evenln8".. Feb'ruary 13. Tlcket.� - Tomorrow nIght fit 8:00 o'dock are now on sale and' be secured sharp thl' G!adilltors 1\.\11 meet ror from membe.r� C'f the Oumatlc sol,he SN"Ond tim,. thc EliensblU'R Normal Quint on thE' College or �:l�' :� �:\ �;�t:t N��:���:n�; Puget �d (loor. prj;) for adult,.; 1:0; .1:\lr�y-rtve C('nl� . TtlW i f1 . ne of the biggest Ram"'� and fQr chUdrel1. t.....ent}-fh·e on the Lutherans' caJendllr, as the '" In �rder to make Ihlll play !InNormal team IS , undoubtedly ORe of I BeginninJr February 20; to IInelal �ucce� !md t� do 'Justlce to Ihl' toeSI squllds In the Nonhwl'sl Gh'e Daily Concert8_ in the faIthful work put fort·h by lhl! '" tor schOOl· of that calibre. In fact Oregon Cities Also pIa)' cast. mel,lbers the Orama.tl� Ihe Tellchers hal"e made I\·ins ol·er to -sell Rt .lp�y have been ufged mRny SChoo., thIs &'a.<;on �'hleh lire' Re\'l'rend Carl Foss. �aclflc Luth- soc tickets apIece. An),on" least of higher tla!l� The Norml\llte� 'r'ran College fIeldman. accompflnll'd !'l'll lnl{11\·e l"e tlckets wIll get one tIcket fi hlwe !\ho�·n a number of teams ho"': til' hIs mother, l� !lOW In Callfornl:1 fr� k s n c and hIlS schedul!"d for t.he , Arlons, II 1\.' hilS of th� ��fl::;;-� ��!ro�/ \.�����S� "'�II:� �I:.�� muslclll If,rOUP com�d of Ann:'! DramatIc societythcto �ce present one al1o g Mlkk.!"lsen. soprano: Henry Holm- coHe-ge thr('e-aet piliY every year be��\:e;�h. ;ndI��:�\lcd::::.� ��:� J!"nsen. baritone: Wallis Kerr. vlo- �Idell sel'eral one-act plays. ' Accordt.ar team of Tacoma. lind b{>sld{-s. ers n �host n Ol a o r T t so of other wins. Including Pl\per : �:�:r� t� =���� 71�, be:II:�:�� ��d :d�:·r. ::� H:::� !�� o ��=. �t;:�:�::���R�OI::k�����n�a;�·IO�o:��';:::��d::c:. February These �: w�1I be presen�- Kreidler, who helped pIck the casl. :�;;. t;�hl�h :,11':. tf::. t:'�lc�d�: r ln t es l n n I n h "Our" Professor �Then. trip ;\l i��ion Soc.iely :1� � � ::el:�. l ��I�fo�7a� �::I�� 7r��:���:� ��!!O;:e :: : :;".:�e:s;.: t�lI;; �f ;lI�o;:r��i� Hono}: Roll Has .... . HI cover a period of tlliO to·rs for "'Broken �ishes,'' and ,th!' PI an� Progralll E .o s Blrt . n .Iy one N ames , I om . � . hday , �: Arlons will be accom Illlied pr�uctlon should. therefore. be �a� w�::� :::u: ���p:= 6 � ;� FQR �J y Mau gave a report on the life every bit as good as any fonner plar In a brace of games. , Fred , by. Re\'erend �rge Lane, of �IflC presented n.e at the M �lon Started Teadl-ing at, Eighteen nus College. Oa\'td LlVIng!o t By thiS It Is easy to thai any N--;-ew' S�'stem Inaugurated In of Lutheran College. The Income will Several atmembe . ary iety meeting held Feb S 4 OC h College Department; Hi ��� ru , or ; d. h l � f l'll of this socle�y N f Graduate Luther High be dIvide among t e lnd vld a ;::�/���!",�;�Ta�\.:th;.., ��; p�:=; �"-:�".;:ll Sd-wC I �r;l he �:��! and �u:: repr�(Jollege � �:�IU Here :� ; �' rlnclpal chool I' S ]lumber · 1 19��e oiher on· the program se:::�;7�e c IlI : last m:et'thlg wIth them. the GladI a Mxophone solo by VIola already been calls : I�tors I\'ere defeated by �-20 score, T�·enty-thr('t" college student.' and ·..... son ._ f!\.1.' )'ears }, oung. for thlrty- This group part-lclpated In II p, L, future. There have ( 51 } X b� Ruth ac nled a omp. ' BRnaKnud Lakeview from the an exceptionally good shol\'lng When eightl'f'n hlg,h !;Chool pupils ellmed 1 Wersen. o In for themMrs pe\'e1op�ent Oily Program four years a teaoher In Tacomn CtheJLutherll"n , Tayl?r will chOO6e th.. . compall"d to . the score!; o f other grades which place them on the C./lurch. �v. Helm- torlu,m. the schools',.- and at present a not-at-all- dahl On Frida}, e�'enlng, MllI"ch a6, spe, Feb. I , pll\Y to be pN!Sented tht're probably 's ch.arge ilt FIr. Wash. schooL� �'hlch hll\·e met Ellensburg. mester honor roll. P�clflc Ilt ng let on l sponso Is profe�r , Mjs S a�nt-mlnded � n OC � '41lhln the ncxt week tn the college depllrtment a.n hon_ I I.entertaInment. In present Tl\t' Lutherans liTe out to better that program also It will Lutheran College-thats the recorli Rev. NOrgRllrd's Church. E\'ere\.t. Ushers for thIs presentation a,r!,;:'" If It In the least i>os.�lble. or stQdent Is one who has Il,'er- cIa featurt'll of the prO(fram achle\'pd by Professor N. J: Hong Washington, Iln� "'\11 be fighting el'ery mInute of aj;!e of 2.00 or more grllde )()Ints. Two main on February 15. It Slella.Sorboe, Esther Westby, Alice ' .� by a Juggler ",·hen he celebrllted his bIrthday on hll..� �Iso presented Those '4·ho receive an a verage of 2.80 wHl be presentatlonmusical the game. at th� King. Ilnd Mlldre-d Monson. progums ' numbers February from seattle and P. L. C. students will be admltU'd or .more Ilre on the dlslinctl'·e8.\honor Lutherl\n Church In · Stanwood. The commIttee ill charge ot all rcl\'111 orchestra. Pr):lfessor -Hollg WIlS bom on formerly. Revere_nd Lane ·s charge.' s agI.' work Is: Harold Oral'. Olal to the gamE' at the C. P. S. gym fret' roIL. Students receh'lng an 'ersge by the F't> . l . F\'bruarY. 1. 1886. In Codn P'ralrle. of charge I\nd are m:ed!"d to help .of 2 4-0 to 2.1.9 grAde pomts are plac-·MIllard Quale, and Jess� Hageness. . tht' team In their fight. At the s.ame ed on the high hon.or roll. No stu ChOIr Excu.rsion ' no\\" kno�·n as Westby. .Wisconsin. Pf1u('ger. TIle sealing commIttee ' When but thr"" years old Mr. Hong, Student,. EnJOY lme those In I\ttendllnce will be dent who hll.5 an Incomplete or does. . Olal HageneSll. John of \.'\ � consl. lgIven the· chance to �e on", of the not carry Rt least t�"f!h·e hours In I De CISIon De pf'nds moved \\"Ith hL� parents to a farm Six�Mile H ike to Johnson. Walter Wright, William t .I g l r a s m� n ac o DellmaT Morlenson. find ger, pfluc c Sunday ruradi8 . i ;r:�� � � .II e I bl o���:;tSO��d :�: : ;te:�, �; � � ��:� r���; �II� �nr �; �;: : �= � :�� :� U��YS���� :::::� On One Condition tlon does not affect membership. received his early e-ducatlon In the a l u a r be t � r th y �I\t�:�:: nlgh� :�: GllldilltoT3 Thc distinction honor student.� Tw o Decisio ns Aiready' Mel : Minnesota publlc schools, ·then con- � �;ol! :� ��:� :�:���_������� nf-'hUl4'rl'Oi SOIVf� dueled only three or four months denU. to-gether wIth the Luther Age�1 QueMlion will meet another exceptionllll.\' ah'.0 Fred Ml\u. 3,00. Helen Thrlln(', Church Roard Donates i dUrlng t.he year_ HI,� high-school Lesgue, made a trIp to Mt. Tacoma. strong team when they play the 3.0 : Esther Westby. 2,88: "-lIIrgarcl $500: Orridals Orrer :������:, he receh'ed lI,t the Wilmar g a ection Ob t ;�:��;g/�:�� College tum. on O���2�!� or student.<; lire : Avalon I Because there was no s ow s j h � �� at��e�:":�:n�; :c!��;;;;; li��O;C:=� ') : Wojahn. �.12: Stella Sorbot'. 2.67: With two the three condItions the age of 18 he began teaCh- ��t�m�C��e�:s��er:e;�rYln�� �: detrimental than beneflclll.1"' was the ) t nd d Iln m 28. by , Df'lta Rho's. Plan : ;e:hL:�h:� ��I::;el ��7 1�:r:�. slx- mlle hike lOok j:t about ,all the ::::�e:r::�a{: ;b��n�;:�. �h� :!:i��: ��;�!� students �;w;;t:�hSI��CatC��: y�:�I�dP�Pl:�� � d The negaUl'e team, An�a Ayers Valentinf' Parly are: Munel Watts, 2.38 : Ruth Luther League Comenllon In Chl- Iowa. From this InsUtullon he WII..� ���r:;le�'� e:ho�eres��e::e::S:� Rl 10 Gammas. at their Brown. 2.31: John'Hopp. 2.31: BerMildred Bervln. ",,·on the decl­ The thL� summer removed. the flnll l gradualed In 1895. He taught In the ready for snow-bllll fights., skl- and slon of the judgell over, Mildred Card) IWO r�nt meetings. decided to give nice Schafer, 2.29: Olal Hageness, .dec�L lon rests on the obtaInIng of W!lmllr SeminAry for two yean!. III !;O()n and-whatnot. Bel'ven. 2,22: Grace $2500 from ,the city of Taco!"'1a. n· is 1891 he be<:ame a teacher In Paclfk IngAlthougl\ and Delmlll" teMOn. Aner the Valentine luncheon on Frldll}". the 2.23� Mildred there . were f�..... In the debate, Prof.MOl' shO�¢ the 13th at noon and to exchange Val- Holte. 2.22: Ruth Van Ho\'en, 2.22: necessary that · Professor Elvestrom Lutheran Academy Ilnd the following party who actually could '�kl. several loop-hole!! left Hauge Marie Vandlnburg. 2.22: Ruth J!I-COb- and !?resldent Tlngelstad go EllSt In year its presIdent. Thi.J; posltloJ) hI' boys tried the difficult by b<Jt.h , slde3, and enUnl'S at that time. feat, only to As soon as possIble the Delta Rho son. .22: Stella Johnson, 2.20_:" Lor- about two or three weeks provide ::! hetd until the school was closed II.! find out that kits are only for those al� pointed out the good polnUo Gammas intend to gI\'e an enter· ralne Thoren, 2.17; MIl�red c;;:a': rd, they rcceh·e some BSSurance that 1918 becau&C of the war. know hot· to them .wlthout brought out by ea"h team, The den e� � \ : honor ::�� ,:�rr�:�: � �II�r" ��, cOndition can be suCceS5fUl y !: �:t8 P��:� :;�g s::�� Who _ R Ing n /th �t lender spot-the bate �·elJ attended, I ; . . � te h in c :e ;a) �t���� ��s� �e:� . � The HIgh School Department uses· '!;he three· conditions op whIch Tacoma, and during . the la.st seven At about J o'clock in the aflernoon: Which Heart Will i a dlUerent method to honor stu� thi.J; trIp may be mllde as stlpulated )'�ars there. was head of lhe English . tha pari.y slarted back for LongN{",,,Be ',, Kicking I G'Ive Wh W"U . dents. Any one hamg straight ··A by the Board of Trustees ' . Post d dep!rtment: , 0 I where a lunch �·as served. Just . ,._ on the dlstlnctlve honor roll. '1. That $25()() be secured from the H�' returned to Pl\clfic Lutheran mi. . Ckon� S 10 enls I Give It to, H� h 't as the sun besan to settle In the I "In, spr ng COllege when Or. O. A. Tlnglestad, wt'st, who receh·e - nothing �ower people of T!I-COma, man's lamy To Trvd1 ing Place. Those . every one, tired and cold, start- LJghtlyi . young than a "B'· are on the h honor 2. That $500 be Sl'cured from tht' former student of Profeuor Hong, -ttd back Qf love," thoughts to tu�· · Parkland, none the worse became president and e.sked him to from 12 tomllE'!l . ··Oh! Wh-why. t>ow, �·h-a-a-t? roll. The studen� wbo VI' an Church Board. · , Although February Is a wInter the hIkIng of through objectlon from ::l1l: ;n ����1 ��� :°': � snow. t ke Is , no a A e ng-�!::' .:: �:�:ge �� ··B·' are on the .. d� �:f��;:Is.� e lg o as n ro . �: ��:. �� ':�:w�, n:,vw�":' :,�r::� o� ;�:���e t . budding t_rees, and 'wann suruhin e LJlliari Olson Is th.e only student 'I1le second and thIrd of these con- School Division, teac.hrng composl.'ah,s.. �'as terminated by a wild ru&h tow."" o� n.w land mUL Thore th' '''Un,U,·. hon.. roll In th, dlUon, h'" ""n· ,",reM,",I, m". Uon. jo"m"""' . .oml ..preMlon ,nd Women Debaters . ·,11 �,,= th" roo,. In 'h, mlddl. ed t rl i r d g en h de e te r th n ki . : ll q t �� : �:;: : ; t ::� !; : �; �: . o h =, �; Y ��� ;�,':'r��! ::::s�� to Meet W. .8. c. special ��e �e ·:: �o�������� : � :::OOye��:W :d �I�:-::�:�� ����e� =lI � day. v.1nter sunshine: and to· think that Alice Roe and Edgar Larson are on meeting the third · condlt'\on. FIrst. ·'It may seem strange to you," said the high honor list. The other high that we get a certain nmnber of In- -Mr. Hong." but the f.act Is .that at The Inlercollegl�te. de' batol'S . will On this day, heart&-Jarge I had not even .been aw� that good luck charm had been replaced! 5Cht?Ol honor students 'are: Frances dl\'iduals to provide this mpport be sixty-five enjoy the as.soelat.lon and. _open their debate season 'early next amaH, plain or (aney-are very Walter C��, Eleanor cause of the advertising val)le of outlook of )'ounllt people more than week when �wo womens' teams will much In e�dence, They are.seen But no..... e\'er did-much more_ thaD I do clash with two teams from Washlngprofusely everywhere, 90'1 h�, "Two by t""o they go marching Dahlberg, . E1ale I:laD:bury, Lillian t.h1s to� to greater Tacoma,_or .sec� . . Keli. "Eleanor Lofth� Jesse Pflue- ond, to put on a gigantic compll-. those of older people. For," he.added ton 'State COllege. may -t."t1m the thOU&'hta of a young thru The sweethearts on pande"- ger, JellS R1ks.helm,· John BWen: mental)-' concert In the spring wIth wl�h a smile, "most young people Although the dales are not den': lady, u well as those of a· young e number of t grow/while a lar8e decIded, It 'Is certain that the 'man, to "thoughts of ,love." .us It . 'And once more I watch the datly G�BYdOW ChartlY Webb, and a saie of 2500 tickets at 'LOO each. . h nltely Tingelstad will attend older' people don·. t." debates wUl be held by the middle the King or Queen of hea.rt.5?) j>res1dent �age swell; and once m� the Willlam/ Pflueger,. .' . baa . , of the- �eek, At present the nega- -AIJ our favorite land mart. a �nfennce for presidents of aeadt.rySt1ng place made famous Hy our . ' tlve sIde, corulstlng of Ruth J�- been repJa.ced", there may be If!'llie, em1es and junior colleges of the FACULTY ADOPTS · Pfedecessors draws the shy swain CHOIR SINGS AT STUDY HALL .PLAN son and Ruth Norgaard � scheduled hea.rt.a thM uaual ln �:P, L- C, and his better....,..(OT waner). half, ROY ON TUESDAY NOl'lli'egian Lutheran Chun:.h of Am. ' � -to meet W, B. C:s affirmative on ori FebruarY. 14. The Jdcldng post erica to be hrld in the Nicollet HoDeeply carved. l;OII1omens eiy the ha.s prOm:laed·not to rev-dJ any �Uc lalents . ot 5l6i0U5 _stu- "The COllege··a C!I�Uf Choir, un- �1. MInnesota, qp. Marrl' 2 >and 3, The study hall p'lan ' fOr. high, February 1.6. adopted at (be -On February 18 the affirmAtive crel.8, so it w1ll be 1mpou1ble to students denu and 1e&y_e for our posterity der the �tlon·of J. O. Edward.$, At this confennOf', &mODi other school reminder ·that we, tA:l!O, once tn,.. � 1n_coneut at the P. 'f. A, meet- questiO�, the future.\of acade"mle3 f�culty meeting wt Monday. Th1s team, conmtlng of Dagny HJ.tmut.ad know how many hearta . '� the path to OW' dear 00:1 kick- me- of the Roy High School ye5t.er- wID be d1scu.ssed by President L, W, IlJ'!ltem Ls to a1d cert.a1n hl8h school and Evelyn Arneson wUl meet the chanpd on the campua on ValentiDl! Day, W, 8, C,"DePQve'G , studenl.8 to r1aJ.se ll).elr ,ra.des. Boe o! 'St. O,w Couere, · . I.na:-post_ �""ternOon.- , . : . , Ilt C P, S,

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� Sludtlltll Ilnd ot�r socialClIO' cJa.w� . F.dl����� �:OE Is the.llmbl:!ous project of Prot"M�naalng Editor roll� art foUo..�: BllrdOI\'s ' CQII�t class In M)C� Sport.s E t'or kltkh1l! RI'd Carlson FrllnCM J.n� La"ln lOllY: Each student '\till recth,t . Sporl.S rytcr Clilril. FJermedal Ben Palo bound copy. lind 5e\'erftl copies will Cop), Ed be pl1\cl'd III the Ilbra�y. b AIm!\. Orande Feature. here so I could ""lIlk out there. In writing tll. book Exchanges If you can·t find any body The only requlremen.OJ for member. The object I��: f � r ::-I!: III n ��; ] Ida <: I. . . hll fre You r nlust . k]es. ha\'e t' \\'a]k out there w]th you)t meall.'l S \��11 C:=� l:: p a �:t � . • .. ha any freckles. which the !tud�� 2. �nts ' are especially R�por�rl-clara Fj('m�C:Oal. �\'elrl� AI"ll�son. ;hO;:'R.a�m::;n. Pauline that you aren·t popullrr !,nd , dOIl't : i:' : erested. . ' . Schl.�rnllUl. Ruth Bro"on. John�opp. Clarenct" )1Qnson and Walter wan! anY01l1' to kno".' that rm. no�. Straw \>treu are being worn In ]n�Whene\·er comes . Wnlo;ht Thl' pJII.y Is gOing t.() .be J-"tldll.y Parh. l Uke Inlne .'\th crell.m lind somt' student.. a".. Ill»rob]em tht' pros and TypLn .Nl'dra' Dllblgk night. En�rrbod�� the Dramatic sugar. . corn of the mattesfind ""ri and te a nth· . 8l:SI!riESS UEJ'A.RTME:-<T L. hu 'to sell fl\'� tlcke� 1 A. , "" n f n e f a m a e t ' h �� !��'��::i:: �f��n ;ger th� ,,:;� �t:� t�e ����e:�:l� W�nl��� ]=]n:�:��:�h� := . ;; :���� t= · ::;� �t:� :::: I �:; :�U=:�:I: :�:: h:�rseol: . ' g �;�. ; I. I !lger n !O �� ombIng � y ;��; bru :;; : :�I�: c the tht' of rta;IIY o llIn; ' tht' for sh b\ :nd v . ��u��: ��\.:'A� W� :�d a grell.t time at the part� ;:r�1l":7:r:;�; llIake It a 1'lIluable T!!ference "'ork thl' other night. Johnn)'' Zachrlsor:. L. A . -'--=--7' .-\ GOOD \\' ORK problerru, soclol�r for foullht with lind ' Al W�I1 Ha� I f' . Erick Hllukf � Hue got a ' ' . Dor" litory Union ' Ii I i . I 'I ' ',' ,· I."" h "" C,..',",.,I1 "',',.,'',",t., , ' Smith- knock ed out Fred MIIU, Be· mau:h?" ' ' ' I,��,I,","" ,', l ,',"-. � I,",'" ,..,.S·,i,� ' ,',. , ,'·, . ,, I"�': 1�,·,',·. ,S ", l l , " , �Idf'� that JOh:nn)' lot lip ��h::ked. C]lI.ren.ce MOIlSOn-" Aave t? SaY. Engli'sh Stu de'nt · Hui'!- Pli.rl�· iii (;:vu, ' 1 'l 1 1 \ Wt' hlld good ellts .for ,refresh- I""e lot mll.tchl!s to burn." \"el") II I ! I 1 · " Dt..� pair R.'I[islers · ' . . ' , �: ;: , lI;; :1� �: ::I�;:;: �I:, �I;:: �:I k�. ::�::" I::��tl';:: �h�. �'lissilln I 1lI lltS. c a I L . .0alTles. m\l�lc, boxing: 1I1atchp� , � :���. ;!n��'�!h;�. :.n� :��:, And. then Of .co�:r� lherf" s the W'ork Pile s Up "Il'\ i ts prujtTls. 1"111" ii, is Ih,· unly I"l'Ii�inlis ul"gun i1.lIlion and rdrl'llhmentll made up the pro. "'as the best part of the el·en· muslca] c4T]K'nH'r. He plll.Ys on the 1",111 , 11,'11 :111". \\'UflWII ill itH' '·IIIIt·g., . ..\ rll'III' 1" allt'mlalll'I' al t t I t t I ils Ilwdill).!S wllllitl fal'ililak ils work !-!rI'atly, tuba four. IIUIlI for Ihe 1)lI.rlr given b)' thl' �t�:�l�t ;I�: :: �l� �:s�i.SI:::��g �� .Men·' L. A Ohio ;.:!��. nlU.'t tell rou II.bout the Dormitory UnIon for thl' P<'p In Engltsh,ll'hlch trip to Ihe mountain. !\Ulla�d. ·quall' Fann)" J1\nf>-!.....O �.I Mildred. were IIll-1lMlgnzl\('nt . "BROKEN DISHES" IRS!. FridllY nJ..I'ht:!n till' grUI' Club hl� of hour.! t�o next thl' occupy JIIM Melting his fAC� back. n WII.S you thlnk�g of me?" ' I� fUI" tid.;('\s lill' i)nllllalit· Cltlh is husil\" t'1l).!1l).!.')1 ill sd t . illI'Till' ' ' · IIttent!on. Sentenc@ u�n st'n ence 15 n,,:,tum rtl(, IIItI.\10 \l;ft� furnlshf'-l wrllll�'. ""et up therl'. TI\e '!oboillllln Mlldrl'd Quale-··Oh. was. I laugh all ' \\' hk!) \\'ilf ht. I ln's(,l l tl'd th i s. i:1;id'l\· ' . l li "" hl AUri .J I·t·ollll.l·)'!I· pln\ ' lI1 th kId I.lIg . m sorry. ��r:ol1 ml'. . Ihf'rf' for l'orn:ction' pftrallraph up· by the P('rl'iVIII family. ·k ·'l· I I . I I ! l l II I I ' , � ' h: on Il1\ragpi"ph must bl' studied. For Of the. OOxln.g · n�lches. \llf' fir�I.: ' � �::� ll : �� � I��::��. t w th k th , �\\,:.' � l�,L\ s t� S;:lI i\, � �;\ �.�' :n, l ltl ) I;:tl�;.\:�:�.s;'�: ;;/;:�:�': i�'!I\\ I:�� I� :kl( Tht' thr.",f' 0" I�C nutrltlon dUll : f'\"!!Tythlnll Ihllt IIl1y�ne evcr did bCI'"'een John ZlIchrl!IQ1\ and lall-lIl ill th.: ... dlll"!. mid . wrils illt· stlpporl 01" .,'\'!'I"\'olll' Eric HII.uke SiiOuid go Illto II cirells wron�. someone hu In,v(,lIted mil'. Haugl'. I'mlt'tl Ili a rirll"" . The second. ou m h h \"e r . su use to turn� chE'CS(' ' whole . the, bl' (' 'C ' c. A ' � You mfll} If \'011 dOIl j 11:1\'.· II tit'kd '\"('1. hi' sll n' In Illa k l' lIlt , : 1l q li 'lilll � ' bl li . the�l' btoforf" hl!f\ Ihe student .O(Iml'r�lIul\.� ' �'our mother. but yo:u're Just a Cllro lind , :OII;'!' uf 0111' uf till's(' snlt's·lilt'll. hll.' them II.Il-hundre� 01 them. All betlll f'f'n WilliS Smith lind Fred Mall The Ilrllcticf' If'lIchrrs BTl' working to me. Whey! Whey! fo( victor)' knyckolll R .In I:'lldl'd ·_ � 1\l1d �or to n � n1. committed be must _ practi� 1 pe now. . hard .ho j \'!"ry ( ,O �(; RATl!l.ATIONS. �1R. lI , . A R IlO :\" \lse� COTT!'CUr during the rt'sroC h]s Sn"l"l'ihln the f\rlIt round. Refresh· . . I 1.'lit'n·s WOIl"! be hll.rd when \\: h.,at· WIII l)r!lfl's�'H' l\an_l.on .s Ilrl'sls. "11I1 · .�lIl'achin!! melll�. !;('f\'1'(j After the IIr1\l1d IU('. ft rt ;n don'l mind working but .t th�l� �tah' l�o"I',ls . ,)1 . /:.,Iu.. al"," rooktla lc G ro(�t' rv c .o. IS ullradlllj.! 1"IIIISIlII'.l"lIlll,: :lftl'lI l e f (' t R Wilh a !llllh of dt'�plllr and Cli pttU' m1\rch. oollsl�te<l of lce cream. lel\lon, ' hing you limIt r ('\' h r\ t� " '. t�UII. 1)1.11:,' 1·.·. '·II.lly a ,:"p:,. �\'as 1"'' 1 I1t'sled hy IIw Din',·I.nl' of kilo""' ]lIl1on. the student attt'mpts 10 Ad@ lind cake. I � Il ·I I ' II � 1 1S I I t ll through the dClI.dly routine of erI rre liT!" only 1 ",'0 mor!" ba�kel- . ·Thl.' stnre that has it �:i\\�:��� ;;:O::�h�··\/;::I� I I I�;lf:.-��, :t;\a::;�;'1"1 ���.'II\'il f �;:::�t :�o ;;�.'� b�llThl!ame� AdlclI.Illlg the ('rroTS from lhe sell' 'V. M. F. OFFICERS If'ft Wt' ,,·on llI"Nt)" nellr,a;nc� �� hlm. �nl' st'ntellct'" . tt.ill� Slllll(> cia\". Iy All thf' gamf'.�. lind ' .m SlIrl' th1\1 ' u�' Ft'ed. I.�dnt. SPEAK AT 1... IJ. R. H . "\ after nnolher III corre<:ny Inscribed ' � we C1\n Il'ln th(' Ill'ltt two H. O. Erlck.50n. South "GO RIG R T ON WQR K I l\"(;" In thc drt'adfu] lIltlt' nott'book In getMrlI. w � ) Mil. do )·ou sup�w oould !)a,·t' cln:ult. pre8]dent ol the :; I rI W . "" . H,a rd u rf' TI lOS(' wh�1 WI·I·t· 1I!.,.cllapd Houn! W o Sound "'hich .he keeps such thngs. YI'sit'nla� (alld t�lt"I"l' WI'I".· far of my own picturE'S takl'n? The i . s M]sslonary Federfttlon. ' n e rn e I 1 I · \ I nI I I Ih l II U ' l l I \' ' d )t t \ \ 3. , .�� /) h�i I�:·'! 1 �:� 1?�:�',;:J ;i;�. l �. �:::: 1�:l tNI �:'l !"� i;:� /t!:�::.:� :�:::l� ;n �:�. . �: ;i�:;; !:sC�::::� �::e ":h�: : ��::�s�� ��� ��� spoke at Le. . Q, R. h:l� Fe�y WuhlngtOIl type .of senten�s. putting them Into �:��.. ;�I� a::�f'rs� pn:- er- ::�;' of 1.11Is �'I)III'':I' iI,t ltl ". . ti,·,·c·s. a� Illany utllt'r " a rm'sl Clzrisliatls but J RUes.� you hll\"(' to pay lor Parklllnd. !JI·,lJtjn·•. thnl , Ihr lIl�lt instilutloliS Ilf this okilltl Ill\' (]u'islian f'w'r}'thinll all}"""II)·. the "otebook with mOllotllnoU!\ tftlnln Mu. £rlc�n gi.�e a very . ra�I,r. IIIlIy lit PI't'�t ' " T\'t:d alllon.: otn· ,·dtll·alt'd · y,nln).! �'up!t.. Hart)' Southworth hilS be('n tr)" .r('guIIIr ,ty l ilt· slah' " f \\ aShlll�I!ltJ ranks among tilt· mllsl I( " ldll'SS 11111 write sport slanLll llnd gues.>; At last 'Ihe student has fInIshed, ��:rf'�.till� t.a�� l O� �:�I��:M . ,A.r'" """" "O,f ,',',I",f,· ,.',,.fe:.I�.n ! IlS �f lind ktold ofhethe dttliunes oft a deaco;;' ilt tiU....IUllioll . III f,H'j, il nll1 lIut 1'1' ntlll'(1 a Christiall slall' h('·.� hFt�lnR troublf' I/l'tllllR lI ' sllll1: 11iI . . llf' d ,t! illI� sinei' till' majorily Ill' ils inhabitants :\1'1' not (]lrislialls. 1 j u.<t rll/hl Ht' l('an� towllrd sld�' b d I I . . from hl� mimi. P<' rvades hll1l. Thr Mrs. M. A. Chrlli�m��lI. distrlrl 0 .\S Ihl' only I .ut llt'nlll Cul l<'j.!I· in a dislrid inhllilih'd liy lIIall�' too nHll'h . 1 I IIII!slllllis Ilf ! . uth,·n.llls and JlI·tlpll' Wh'l WCI:(' !lll\"1" 1 ,111111'1"- Mn. no...: don·t 10Tlltrf Urat will cltll.ltat!on of nmn who hos �c. pr('sldent 01 the � . M. . ?. told the litiS Inll han' ralli'lI !rul11 tilt· \"hllrd� . I'm'iflt' 1.1.III.lt:nlll �:tll. Ilet'd mOI1(,Y for the play and also COmlllL�hed a dIstasteful duty sur. . gIrls aboul the �oJilt of the W. M. F. . . lq..(c· has 11 IH'Ulltll,'ss tultll"t: and a gl'l'al l"t·sJlOlISlhlltl.\". ·.a.·h for oth('r Incidentals. And dOll for. ce:.slully. fllls him, He gets up. he and exp]alned . Wh t Is expected of . �tutll'lIl alltl ).!nuillah· shollltl "J.!o ri).!ht n.1I �'·Il.I·l.;ill..' (· fUI"I 1I.1" g(,I , .�hould subscrlb<' to Ih(' hl5 way wlU\ lh lllughs. ond ! . ' Itt'�1 I�f t!w schlltl!. alld Ihl' s]ln';1I1 Ilf l .hnsl s k lll.t.! tllll1l III l be<:-IHI.� Bm 1I0hill 10 hll\'e snop· lind hc:arL �t��� n��:;: ;s.� program Ihls .dlslnd. �hot in II "'htch Ihink will Ille ... JtOlda Simonson. by reading A ""ere' III the �hoo] bOOk COMPILES STATE I1IS1'OR'I!' EVf' ry Pa�4" plano s.olo .by Ellen Soley, and a At the ""eekly meeting' Of the a l1g \V HAT S11BSTITllTE? Your A11l1tllshed dllughter . c a uarte ?f"Cora by cliTipo&ed � q " 5() H Ili- Ooplerud. Berdln ( lilt· j.!rt·al I :H'k tltal IUllsl stllth'lIls f.,t"! al " ,Il·ifi.· 1 .1I11 'l"all ' Cheroba Tertia. of an memoryI book a full of Augu�t.ana Collf'ge Thucydldean utzen, Ruth 10.-.lt Cull('g!' is thai of sUl' ial aIll USI'I1II'nls, ,\11\"(1111' wlto h:l.. :�;: ;t��:;� ]g'.��� �:j, � tory Soc]ety on November � r6rlaard. Rul and Jacobson l , � m@mbera e mpl d<'Clded' sl,"I'd III 1111 tlonutlul \ "!lrlUg the . that k nils knn" s ItO\\ Ih· "'omt' Sophomo� lind holl the) "Ill treasure It a history of South Dakota. Sil/Ult'h lIt .HI t \1 I , thlll/-..( IS ( h t'ltOIlH \\ llh ,'1111111 til(> slu Your IiOl1 ln ooll('gt' ordered thl'lM" Itlat.('r CAN' YOV IMAOIN&-mftke� the most allracUte Their plan Is to make an lUua..t IUIII.; fOI I .. s ,IIIIUS('I111 Ills nubldl Ih,' ,,�h .. ,,1 .11 IlhotOgraphs from me til III IIIUsl and saUlsfactor) 0' 1111 gifts . MIkkelson not; IIn,tDl? ,1 1•11' s \\ lit Ihl I ,s tltl ( IITISII.11l InfilU lIt I .IIHI \\ 11 II 1'111 traU e Ah )es Welt "ell lhe\ certainly '· .ske]r'explanatotory map Of Anna e li e him Has he Ilald for :u��VI�: :�(,:�ed !�:n:u::a:; S��:;rboe wl�od\ Prancee Jane I l.I�:::�T\ tl�I(\t ;:' ' :::�I'I: ,:;:I't�lf :.I:(; l T' \ (I I�:��,C\�� e t ll t I I J ll I h , pl,II' Ih' lt ! �:�� o � the �late hlstorr. J"reif"""liau wlthout ht. leeaona? d,tlll l S fill III othe l sc hllols I hl ,U!lIl1ll1slr.11101l has hl'lll No 51r he hll� not Thl' �tuden.t.l! at AugUlltan1\ Fred Lee wtthoot hit, "E1�0I"? 1IIIri I, ' I lasst\, III IIIIS II Spl'� I 11 ,1\ Ilig UII 1"I'''j IlHl''IIIJIII\ tlr Humm SUlI mort' WCe him thrOUllh the medl.um or thlll proJ�t MJCkeY. Leland withou,t red halr? � 1 11II!11IJ.! \\ .J\S !If .IIII J1s( IIHllls III lilt h.lnds ,)f 1111 sltuIPllis L A . are IIntlcl\latln� a better kJi.owied�e IrWln Dammei withoUt cut)y hair? Iht IIlSl h. S 1111/\ ).!I\ tllg 1111 1\1 "tl lllg'1'1l1 1"I'/-"(I "'lltUII� .tholll The J\g Is up �tllhed the doclor . of th('lr state.-Augustana Mirror. \ .Roy AaMen on time to mea1a? ' . .what lI..!l:.'" lIIay not tltl. .III Ihis ,"ullllllll as th(' pAtient with St . Vltus danc(' . � . SOIlH' tiuh' a/-..(u a("dltTY was su!-!g"sll'd died, Jt Is Mlld. " Muslc soothes the sav_ 00011 f1.1uslc to them neceMltate� alky. ;1 II �. !ul(1 lJUslillll', ()tlll'!' sU/-..(/-.I.( ·sl�nl1s al"(,: a bllwlillJ.! L. A. . . .. \"I" I . · .II I ! I ;�; :�;� ��t�.suppos]tlon excludes �:!e�l:ntl:.�.lr �Irm opinIon 11I .� Your '� I���'� ��; I�::' :�:,':. �:::�;:�;ltS ('OInl' 111'1"\' with IIII' t'.>; p('l" i aliol1 !:;U:i�; �:���.���:��gC :-U�1I I Buy siK'iaJ the story of the three aspirIn tab- I I uf Illllkili/-..( social �·ulliads. I)f I'njuyillg Iht'llls('I\"('s III . " . """, ,,,,,,,. , ,,,,,, ,,, .,,, . '. .. .. ""' . . .. I·\·I·III�. A grc�lt. IHany I 'ruspe'.l'tiw st\Jd"I�ls art' .dl'l('....ed frolll lell!."· D ays C01 Iege PARKLAND LIGHT III WATER CO. 1' ltI�'I"JIlI:f Pa('lfll" l .utlwran. ( ,'� I l(,/-..(I· for �lIsl lilts l'('USOI1 -till' M\.s.s FO"'ler-'"t really don't know lI lton h l wash Parkland. . ""hilt )"ou �ean:' . ('aHy "wg/(>L'it'd. sllt'lul suiI' \If till' l·ulll'J.!:(· IJfl' IS 1011 J.!� A �llItliul Compuny-Organizcd 191-1 Cords L1rbt &lid' Power ". Memben Onl, Fuml.lb�. Muriel_ Maybe J ..should ha�e. II ' . ' In tht' nature 01 an open forum on said ORA L EXPRESSION mlnJmlUl"l '!':eir�r:'=: !:��d ll&" IOO c.D.. It water, the three �}"�s. · CLASSES ORGANIZE thf' topIc " The Ad\'lsib\llt)· or Teach L c. . I . I the at -. eT$' PenslollS." further Infonnatton apply to E. B. ELLIN080N. . Hang It a'I. I I . . . For Harold Wogsburg_" " . ,, "" "" . ..M8:r. ..".. ." ""... . . ..".. . ".. . " .... . .. "" . ,,""' ,, .. In order to i@t mort' practical The afternoon .class elected Mill. m)' "'atch uPl!�ra.". . I, P :;\. RK LAN D LA UNDRY pxpenence In Parliam@ntal")· 'a"·. ard Quale as chaJm:!.an and Arthur ltoftJohn John50n :- Ne ' er m i n d. I . .... . Mr. Hong's two cla.sses In OMII Si\,ertliOn as .secretary, The]r topIc Expre.sslon havf' organized to con- "'ilI be "ls Track or Baseball the' Maybe It'll run �L.own." ' I po�? . Detter s ·duct. regular bust�!'SS ml!etings. " T F. I R H T " . . Join Lbc FreckJc Club!:: ram Ic �ssio�. with MTl'. d In the fourth period clau. St.anle�' I Dahl . elected chairman and Taylor as ructor. the cltlSl!es have The membera "'ho ha,ve been en· ' k oJ .nUUFI on.y nnl'C y('ur? I I. \\ hy Ihm. "!!iuolla Sor� secretary. The bUllI · had "'ork In antomime pre.sent.a· Thillk THRIl'I, and Ilrud ic.·l' i I lJlI lI)(' YClJr'rollnd ness meeting nul Thu�ay ,,:1U'Oe. tlorn and in emotional readings. ·PARKLANI) GAR.\GE Tht' II�:ST way i� I.utlll'rlln Br(!lhcrhOlHI wlJy A�to Rc�1r i I . . G�, �";,:::,:-'K Train for the future � ::)m� ':;�: 7��� if you will writ. u,' in � Land of the Future ?= i", Walch Thi. I . ' . Liberal Arta Courses in.Junior Col1�e TeleptJone Madiaon J45-R2 Slate Ac:c:redited Normal Curr,'culum . Space : BROTHERHOOD LUTHER iN . . . Be�:'rS��I:� Six Pr�ams of Study in High �hool �Iinneap()l h Minn. Special � I2(KI·k )I('t. 'Bank &e8 in Mu�e. Aft:, Co�merc:e Es:pert SerYke lis aU U- 01 . J;;I. Bldg. Next Issue Refeive an Ed �c:ation ,. , ::::;t.ecd ..� , under eXpentncec1' Chr1stian teachers . in healthful aomlc lurParkland. Wuh. roundlnp. in • trlencl.ly student body imbued with the forward. .. . loot1nc ap1rlt of the Well�. wUb specJ.a.l opportunJUea in athleUcs. t1n.maticl. lOftn.s1CJ, school journal1sm, and mU5k:. includ.lni our DAHL GROCERY qniPANY .�rf"ul Choir of the W�,H . ' . , , . Member · Pacific Lutheran Coll.,ge Art'. Barber .slwp Fnc SeboIan.hIp f. Q-urw � Unit�d Purity Stores � Brookd�e . ' � WMIabac'Parkland. 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. Whip f3ream With OFFICERS EDIT PAMPHLET '.n. h K""L�n. .nd R ",,,,, � ,, ., Th< o"',,� 'h. "'m'n'"","on S d banan � _ 0 boo" ..... ""'" 'h..,h". . as with whipped -000 iloe Pauline dne Larxm. . Evtl}'Tl �f St,_ Palil-Luther College are, l"nM; l)B most "booI!3 of -thlll nature nt!'. but l ''..''...''''''' � l son. ... "'" ........ " ... "" .. ".,, ,,.... Cora th Ooplerud. -til. gage<! In roclltlng " The HypnE'n" for �:�:��� ��:e;·��:�:d �el:; ceMitate radio; betv.'een Unel.on RU ' �lsa �.mma K&aland, Mls.!. Be-, IHtle athering mater\aJ rOf the �n. Margaret Hilma. EUen, Soley th!" pUTpoIIf' of bringing tOieUlt� thtmseh'es from th; bowl of whlppprl Th,,! 15 ...'h;> ;'e h�\.t the study han: . g ' e h�e. cr""� and w�re Ihortmghly en}o�. n and Ml$Il E4na coming debate:!'. . R th Norgurd. Oagny Hi�rmstad. ��: :=� t I, h�a�� �t�: .:c��� , .."" of the filet th"t � Rot Dorotl'ly Lehmann. �1ur. g ra·dUlltes of '30. vult_ �:I.:::. � ' '"I� AlICe ing It. nogan11 . M.. how This publlcatloo kno",' aU . .. :Ill br M'nt to all you rob4lbly . -! . P . d a I' .t �he COll�ge ov... "the.....f"k. ..nd. Mls.� Margaret �Mh spent the 1..1 Soln... and Ida ,ff lnder:lIe. plt.ren� of Mlld..nu IIl)d pa.� tors of thf'Y kl'�w I I .\\·It.l<�eant fOT I h),!, day ford brok.. thf! blAdf! .on hIli ·knltf!.....:. Ja�. ..O-Feb. 1. MlS5 . ' Kaa:an is week-end, Jlln. ll-Ff!b, 1 at her. the AmerlClln L,utheran Church In stud...nM tr� 1 ng to gPl a h .. adllne the klck, raChlng ,:1. Field. Miss Jorgensond at home In Po.nland. ' A5 (In.. of the last tll'Q g_lrl.lI r,,- Ing post-and JaCkIe: wlslilng for Mrs.:-,H L. J. D�hI spent th.. Wl'('k - Mlnne!'Ota and Wisconsin. . �ar Home, an,d Miss Oapland at Is hoped that thll! pamphlet will turn..d 'from tht pantry ....Ith he . � good luck. nelHly br6k� h r ' i.M end of Februan' 7-8 t Stan",·ood., . . . ll'lth her .�l�t('r secure cOoOpt'ration of parents prize. th.. cook m..t her. Sh� said �ht , . . Miss' KaU1lyn Patten entertained ' and friends In Stllnwood. 0 . . t R ....ord· bl.l. t pa&Sed.Qulck]y b�' -From now look out tor IIIIrM nO pa.st6rs and In perfl"CUng the pr()-' , . �t her home In Tacoma Satun::l a y Mr, and M�. P. J. lfolte. and Mr. e\'('rll��. · !)lb . 7. In honor ot her .• gram of ':hrlllU"n education to th.. pantry ....here the ]R.St girl of spring · fev..r, even the faculty . _ d r g e p te J o u I th d lca ed � �::\:I �j::: �;elt.m� �u�::Il�� cannot d�ge __ birthday an event o I ci:: �:I� o� �e:!�� : �:;",�!� ::; cl:�n �;� :h�;� :;�e:LP:��. ���E�' �.�� " fil ( :� reb.�!:. l. hold!n�' l�e CO?k �tRndlng before have heArd people lillY that Jt Is " nuday. Febn;ary The money �a$ I her: 5he. \mm..dlately reve�d the ....,y to retlist temptRtlon. but 1 MIss Huldll Simonson accompan- On P+lday cvenlng, 'JI!.�. lO, 1 9� 1 . a raised for the pur� .of purcha.�- . The Junior Viking. "aIKT�G tfamlng proc..du�e tryIng to P.ut the prlu der If they ever tried to' s y hl a : n h on hm o been 1 �:;k :!� �hl: :'.��� ��¢:IIS\\.�IlI�:�: cl��oom on a�sprlng d,:y. . :::';'�':.:':'�'��:'::h � �;;O�o;;;: :;",��",�::"'��n';;:,:;f.;,'�;� :; :::,::::" y o,';" 1M , . o . ,,, ::::: ::b��:�::a:S:=::�].y th e k JC t h � oophompre dormitory girls, ' \I eek-end, Feb:: 6-8. Thi s magazine Is a review of the \I'ould ,l=ofne -J1;st five more games for the ba.' . . . . PI�C� ..re set for forty. ,The tables ('RnH'4 bill ....Ith tti.. ",..lcome ketball teRm and tnen dawns a nell' Il "ctlvlties and ork .... semester's pll.3t i I "'!!Tt attracUv..lr decorated 1l1th Th Drama .C ub 0 Parkland met of the W'"lning '\C . Dinner gu..sts of Miss Esther flo",·cr.'\ . hoo!. The .'\t;tr n..",·s that 5h(' nf'i!'d .not Pll� thO" era. . . A';I p rlmrooe WR.S used a.s a at Ule home of Mr. and �rs, B K W�stby at her home In Dupont on wa.'I 'eomposed alm06l enureiy of boot}' bRCk. As the culprit emerged ' Fadne.�. Monday evening, Pebruary.. eljj: Sunday, �!V \, ""ere Ml� . Grace center piece. , erRl of th .. from unthe pal)try. h I th grad"Tli and �" contrlbutionll t Mu terlngs in thc MoorIng Ma,n ChrIstine Knutzen. fo�mer 5�udent 9. Ruth , and . '",n,e Fadn..�� were wert l ja.de from lhe klndergarten dl�o\'ered mlscreant.s.. Immediately office Holte and�Mr. Luth..r Moen. Paper. p"per:e'tery""�re and Ieighth gnlde·. NORT.HWEST 'l'anl!\.h..d trom the kltchto]l. unabre noi a : bit·to of P. L. C" acted toast r:n�tress. h06U. .. th to write 'on.g)t:'en by Ruth • jloll�.. r·to ,withhold thtlr laughlt'r �Mlss Margaret Porath IIpent the A ........Icome VIKING \leek-end Feb 6-8 at thc home of Bro\\n president of the Pep club to Mr: and Mrs. E. B. Ellingson left' . . . ! the T ne� rest .. th pro girlS of he : for CaUfornll\: Saturday, Februll.r}· MISS Ruth Pochert In Tacoma Miss .. .. W'!?' Say Rochert Is new dormitory studelJt. gram "'a.s In the form of 5,l:\c� per '. They plan . to stay for " few w�k.'\ M..lvln T. Ta·tley. '29. of -L!l th�r' l .I . . IF�· · · ' an"ous speeches and !'Ollgs. ' • 0 , .... lth MI'l\. EllIngwn 's sL�ter. who Col le(.:e left Brooklyn. Ne" .Yo,'. . on C a m pu S . [ a� u res .. ;,:',:�.:,;:;:;�.::�'�::;:;:�:"�:.';;:. u I I Ill. a a I p �n� about t h(' cRmpus �:�:��, �.�I� � \hh�� ���:1�,.,·8 a�;' li�c h;:: dR� =�� �u:�;, �::� � :�: ���. MIs.� 9race Holte wa.s the guest of • . ��ro�. �e \::'n�� Yto ����t ��� theWander reporter noticed.. . 1. ""ere Miss. Oladys Knutzen and h�nor at a party given by Est�er h !.he place; of Biblical In interest n f ng I o �r ��::r::�s;;:�; ·27� :rl�·;��\ o � �:�:.:. � �';:' 1J0ly L��d fir�t and ,th�n cro,,"� :\f�ss Marg'aret Jacobson ot Seattle. :�stb�l;e�: n of 0 m�n��u�':: -�O ::Wil.rd �hOI. . nl g U't:-�--;:, astlcTheeffort . :\tlS.� Knutzen and Mis., J acobson m a . ' za.. �rl�n. , .. .. 8facln,g ill. In most schools. nn Sharpe . solemni�ed at the home _Europe north to Nor",ay using .... ' \' refreshm I Rnd ere !>er I'd. M \nu � i\ r .. ov M and Pflu Prnft'S.OC()r rnJo)'ed the trip to the mountain HolU! wa.5.presented wIth a g1f�. hIS meRns of transporlRhonor r.o,,- In .WhlCh r.ertRln ,numbt'� of th.. bride.s parents. Mr . �nd Mrs_ blc�'cle t-f'> ehRpel. WIth the Luther League. . J of !acoma. saLur.. tion.. COLLEGE CHIPS of A�. and Bs QualIfy om : for eer, Th� preS{:nt were Margaret Por- HoratIO t (' !:t ren .. .. llonson standlnll: In ht' • • � he I r I e ci��al. Margaret EWolt. ��y {'wnlng Rl o·clock. Januil.r�' drpr(,Mlon.' . MIss Ingeborg Bolstad. former Rth. MarieLelRnd, . three �:a�� J�IS�C ����lte� R �:�t: o��::. Vloll!. Knudson. , ...! Soine, alter walung student, visited �t t he College Sat- AmRllda High s<:hool L� i'ell lturl Mount 'Vernon \ . •. Ing bv grade-poin��� ""hlch IS Stella John50n. �the� westbY, Mar- ! . Plc�"re ' ketball < Ba. t�� t for � hOUr , � Scroll. urda�' RI�d Sundaly. Jan. 3 1 -Feb. qret and In Q�ll · . H :\icGI",nls. rector representl:d In thoulI:h� to be more just IUId equITK""land. Paulllle Schlerman R('v_ Ro�n ternational HOTlorarr Socl..ly ro� be taken. bf!�g Informed b� . Proo! abll'_ ho,",'Ramstad that (he-taklog of tI�- e hEverythingo considered. of the Church of the Holy Commun- high !;.Chool joumallsts' B<-rg('r Jacobson 'lO Erllng Jacob RfJd the gUtst of• .•hon" w, -"> l t g lIon. r{'ad.th� vows and the . attenn. :rhl� yell r's addition to the �em- ture hi\d �een l)()I5tponed: . sOn '29. and 0]1' Fla:e, former stu� . ;h:����R� �n�:i;dg:;��:: ( Miss ber�hill mak�s a ' total of 12 in the Alv.. .. :'rhl..nnan Intormln ll: �Ir. :�T�;hf;, ver dent, were i'eek-elld ,'lsItors at the The TrinIty JUI}lor u'Rgue met In ant,.� wer(' t.he bnd..·s COUSIn. VI'II rades whIch "re I r �. thM {'ollege. after- VIolet Sharpt'. of VRncouver. B. Co. I organi1.RUon, tht' church parlors the chapter WRS ( 8a�dOn In SoclolOllYto ChIlas.heRr s not, meRn anYt�ln'g S t the tUdl";t..�dOunderstanding noon. FebruRrY 8. at ·� o·clock. Fol· Alfred Lunn. brothe r of the groom. l mitlllt('(1 mto the natIonal orgRnl?.R- 1 marrlall:e was clOl;('st·ing or the br callght . by �ubj('f�ctr as" an Visitors nt the _college Wednesday lowing the business meeting was a Rnd R"\' , and Mrs. T 0 Svare. of I ! ion onl y II\..�t yeRr BULLDOG .. , Just becaui'l" . concerncd ( 1 (he cook while e",-tlng the whIpped and T.h ursday. eea � and 5, were va ]entinc �ial hour. \\'ith' Henr\' Pil.rklanrl A tilly sister. Shirl('v . �tudent !.� cle\'er ..nough to be a�l.. I d r t a cr r a d ' rs. ChrlS�la n t�� fu; rla. Rnd Amold OI.�on.R.� ho.�t� �:e :� �7:k��� ;�� �I������: to· pic k out paint.\ that the U!ache:�l'� � an r;: c n �rom . r�I\�� : c��� �'�� :�� �'��h I� Ut#tlr't' Rmnbll'i{(s I ted�,:by�:: .' e\,er�'one carving their Inl- ;�� �:�f;"h���a;n�h::�I�� t��t� ' Il A:���n, Wa.sh��n. RnU.'\tll The Ttjnlt�. Luther League WIll I tullt'. �nce .. I - :.. t hold II,.� regular ' m�eUng Sund"y . Mrs Clarence�Lund are , . "Forget that you Rre to become an I I��:I:x�rlenCed prllodlce lea.chen air of I..arnlng. there 1.'\ no rea.o;on The f�llowlng ladles attended the evening. Fe . bruary 15. at 7 l0 o'clock �r and 1 author. Never take yourself ser_ that he has any mor.. Seaman MISSlon Convention In Se- In �he church parlors. li\'lng In a new home on 61 50mh I IOUSI)'. in fact, CUItlvate the habIt 1 glVIng advIce to theandpreM'nt ones. torightbell�ve to R high grade than hIS less I . attle II\..�t week.: Mrs. Edwin TlnglePark avenue. stud en t. •" adept fello at yourself. Live or laughing w ll ttle stad, Mrs. A. Ramstad. Mrs. O. Saturday evening, February · 7. ••• deeply. rkhlv Rnd fU�y as YOIl Ing. having conte t In no mak- Honor rl)ll� breed jealousy and unand . Mrs� �. ?lson. Irelle DI!.h ) entertained il. group of Margaret Aaberg, a lormer stu- can.-" happiness. They focu.� the 5tudent.� enbel�g Inhabited dud,. The I . m h i h e e Several members of the debate so- I �.I;:: ;�o�:ra�� �rtl� �����e::,:� �:��t:'�:I�a��er� s�:em��.k�e;:I� I�i::� �;c;;ra� :X�:,r:t ��: a��� I tir��r��':':� pulling �llvm ou of :�te�:!O'.�u��:�e�:}� �:::: �I:�: t �Iety spent Saturday, Feb. 7, In Se' R o • . .tor !>e"eral mon�h� l hand I ll:\br � I ::m:t�:::;:!��� '�.�:�st h;:�ri� :�� . I ��:n � t�.. :����es����8to�:;�� TSCHUNKO'S . III mmtadlate6' and automatically ' Flowers Int'z Ameson. '29. a teacher at tame. NbTICE , his I ar." book w�rm. a contempta "alentme , He dl.'\pla}'s no �ympathy forgives Tacoma'S favonte flower shop Greendale, Is givIng Eyes Examined Right Chapel. Gleanings" . unpapu Ible "leacher'�' pet: Surely there Glasses Right-Prices Right pupilS and their character!;-no Interest, but her So. PacHic A\'enue at SOth for pRrt}' l See our f ew styles In glasses PHONES: Mad. !)l4-Mad. 51 !) ot .< iday Rfte�noon. Febru- I �:::Y' f��rc:�'��� ::: hl:tr:��: Christ found much to criticIze in ::; ; �etter ��:.:!-O e\llard lICholastlc f � :t :r . �;� : . � � fu av I . a s a d e s e -Fred au. ' , 758 St. Helens Ave. � ' Bl1tterof� .'21� Is �eachlng �t I ::�d���;;a���; :���a:!�I�. � � ��� :; .�= th� th�� we;:���:;: , . 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Stationery E h de n m o n d m e tr l t The J F� �' isell Co. ��:�;I�l S::��::���. ;� s�::�� : .....�: ;:e :��� �I�' ��I�����r ::'n :��a: ��:!�: I:�:r ;�:;: ���e�� :�,:: ;:: :�;�s �� �h���' Engravinll OO successful In avoiding the Inter- at �orallty-but he o�.rather she. th'ey .teac�: _ t , Meet ngs or_ this organlzatioll are i 9()9':;a����&I.aUO��ma atUtude--pltfall who dares to follow hIS sug�estlon� . Fern HI�1 : Dorothy Lehman·-. ., .. held every !>econd Tuesday of the estedly sympathetic o ea n e g I b and b: AllC� King-I r d t n n m :glS��n� �� ��v�;;'h:r\�����ldl:ed�����I�e�I::tre: �� :n� �� , ' 6 ;:�:� �� : : ; � �: Br�:�� ��:� . r. ��&��� :�� �� : �l ngent �h. and Bnd d h stri emll Horace MI!.nn: Mildr� Card-2: lU' me M' criminal. . , Designers -and Producers Mrs. Xavier. and Mr_ Stuen are all But Deeplng Is mature. He h� lIv- ntal The StudenlS do Alma Grande-l: Ruth Wersen--4, tormer P. L. C. students_ The reports of the seemmgly ed "d�PlY, richly and fu!!y To -6 . John Johnson-5: ; never have they ng i say and earth �. crellll floods. storms of Prize·Winning Parkland men's Gol! Club say thegman t notll suffered oro !.hat Qilakes are signs.- villitation from, Park, Avc.nue: OEva Nels�m--4, C? , unla Taco n i of for rganl th heen re g g he c lna a ysm . was P p c; �� � � U� :��� : ���� ] ;� � \.<t � � : SCHOOL ANNUALS �: cn;:. �e!\ll ; � i"� �t � :;;k:;� _�� � ne���:t f : -=-�: r t l t e M s a o m y s n o t ra ' les� they have eaten �e :ff�:: elec:::�ere: ;:::de;::'- cry. it out. ,perhaps loudly, IIfe;\m � ne��r o� �a�h:' jf�:n� Murlel Solne-5: Sankey JOhnMln-. t. M. Bcrg. vice-presIdent. LueckenGod, than I was a �'ear ago? Do J 6; NIna Swanson-:el--2. . ���!���y::nu:! C:;L�IH ,Main 4l6 .. Fivp }'earl-; Ago at 12th and A Sts. rind plell.!;uf: In evil. enjoyment otte: secretary·tTtasurer. O J. Stu· . t M �� ��:. Mr. LueckIlSgIUl:d. president of :n::� :� �::gg�:.hOlY? If I do. It Gray. Ben Palo, E_arl PercIval. arold . . Cecil A A Rev. 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Stud(,l1ts' unlo�l en de«Jral. l on. R d . Melbll . 056 Convention lit .l.;lither Theologlcsl Sll.U�f}" t�e third of the thrl't' eondl\\·tnt 0,:, to t!ll how tnc elUlY living I Inclll�h'l'. Seminary. .F,.bruRry 27 lind 28. .:hftlrmlln. lonl' Prull. lind AVillon condltiOilS In the tor.-Id African .March Uons MOl up by thf' of TTl..�· The convtntlon \1'1\1 o�n o.n Frl... WoJRhn. . . Jungla had sapped thtlr ambitions ftnd Mlln:h I IffS 'of Pftclflc Lutheran COlll"gt' on Ilnd drllggl'd thl'm dO\l'n oelow the �;:�r:tr;��:' �I�'II�I: �:��: While on t;II.� trip. Dr. Tlngelst.ad whleh our � CR\>ellft choir. eoUI ftc: 1)lane of clvlllzlltion until. ctnturlU Junior �nd Sf'nlor cOlltii""pa.peU and� l'�pec\.S 10 Rlso ntlt'nd the AClldemy EI ct "Mystery · cept t:-(' Inyltlluqn of the \Jollnll "Broken DIshes ' Pn'slden\.S· brutal men. tllk lng AdyanLage annuals. optn forum dlfoCUSlilons on . laler. . � In Mlnneap ConfeWlCC O lo r h f Propln Lulhrr Le!4fue sing al Proves Su("cess oll�. Mhm�sotll. on .Match 3 lind 4: talks. Itnd a \1slt � the .plain Night" Leaders.. ��.�Iaves. e� �:�e ���;III: I��l� ;�d� ��: the!>f' , t.hl" E�l'("ulln' .Board meeting oY tht' th,.ir annual eom'entlon III ChlCll(l:O 6f the Augsburg Publishing Hou5e \. I , P.l'Ople s LUlhc:,r Lelgl l I,.. AI .\ hls �\Imml'r. Thf' first t\lo'O condl- Presented Hi'("ore \\"ell . FiII{'d Young I) m. Prt�ay. I.he openl� 1:30 . l{reilt . emln II \ lIColn. U the . t� AbrRhRm ' . .on Mllrc!, I\lId .6.. lind E d t t o r HugenesS .AppOln will ta�{ lions hRve alrt'l\dr bf't'n .�lIcc"�fully HouSE' Fe 6t.a a.n· 1:1' S51l ChlcRgO clpll.tor. wM. ';:;0t ilol1bt , the KTUTest .��Ioh of the con\enllon n��� !:u:;t:�� t'ommit�e es � o �V or k" on friend :ie:�t���I �=:nwt��::!. t�: �!:;' Ne1J the In and had. ever o :r ::��'t ���:> ���= met. Receipts J:le�li 7.ed e d . S o hf' I h Paul Pt(.IL�. I\I"W field mll.lt at the The IlIl-COllege pia) " Broken Nor"'l'glllll Lutheran Church on by the preliident. Mr. RlI.ymond ���::� ��l :'�jc� �IS ��;I��; :� . Relnhol M��Ch 10. 11. nnd 13 Colleg,. \10111 hll\e ehllrgt' of thls ,.f DI�he� �z.en . .....\11 be gtven. for the �gR "Mystery curll for Negro History Week. COlnmlltee5 � .... suecei<Slull} presented . fort 10 cunw of theM' ml'f'ling� Night" cIlrnh·al. which will be gh'cn Mr. Wilson wu educated and. rals- The theme of the c?Dventloll Is t� $2500 Bad mlly bot as· beforr a well.fllled hOIlS('. F'rtday. .Illrht'detoulrml " de aclng inltcl whether be. the Truth." and the e !w l y P �il\ted by II ctUien...· commit!"' of FebrulU")" 13. In the .school Iludltor. .... :ooon to pro\'ldf" MdltlonillriUl)ds for ed ill Kentucky. He (ft1I(l,ua ted from 1lllbllsh2.!� Ihe )·earlxJoi!: . .",·ere an- the Kentuck)' Normal Md Technl . tf\lb on tha� theme which \10111. � f1ft). or onl"" hund¥. Mr. fr!'u.� wl\l lum Although thl' student.N were ad_ thl' choir shouldthgo ato Chicago Ilnd n t r t g fl nc H u O g ler . e h f rg \\1Nl Doctor TlngcJ}tad on March 4 ;�I\�� ::� ���t'I�.:: f:r :��I�l�� ��;;Il�"�:le�s :� �9�t:�:\J : :1�: ;:;I:��� ::� d� ��e ��::� �I ��:�� � :�kh� �� �:� t� �I:�� 1�\I��e Bl��e : �� .�:r: :� 'n regard to progress made. On the tlcketa. soh'ed Is yean. He I" a shining eumple of God and the final lIuthorlty of Falth. program boot�. entertaining ' lin basis of -thls .rrport. President Tin · The pre\'alling opinion wa.s that Dr. 'Tingelstad el(pe-cl.ls return being planUM. Plans are beIng made Mvancement being made by the by PTofeSllOr Kelmer n . Roe. of In Christ as ;el5t&d wtll either acc:cpt or detln- Walt Young, playing the pi!.rt of the b)' the Northern Pacific tlr the Qrrat to makl" thill year's carnival an even American Negroes and· encourages Luther College: P'aith l them due re3pec:t they I our only �Red�mer. Professor Th� Northern soon aflt'r March 13 nil grealer succest> than lut year·s. us O'glve �en-peeked huab&nd. Mr. Bumpsted. lleb' decUne the inv1�UOn on Mardi dlo"eacept.lona.lJY H�nenvlk. St. Ol"f Col1t'1Ze .. COUl,ulttce" are: vro,· c th�lr Marie did well. possible. . Luther 3 "P;Ople' 5 . when the Younc f'alth In the fortJveness of sins and Committee on Commlttt'ft-I-() al Vandlnbura: .. "-ife. Mrs. B'ump, BQan1 meets In Chieq'o son3hlp wtth God. Dr. T . �. Oul�IX� Hl\8enl's:�. ted : PH.nces Jane ...ln a.s the perwith the'Cham� of s3l.stf'nt . � t'1J"OUII son Luther Theological seminary. dauRht.cr !:hunl" ' .and John W S C Debators Mllin Pr�am-Ei1c Hauke. Stellil Inaugu rated As COmm.e� have bee'n carried Fnlth In I�� Fellowship Of. h.IS ser. SOrbo('. , All I.he IIclOrs Execut-Ive vice. chien) b} fleldmen Elvestrom a�� Vernon.toherthesuitor. H'gh I Dr. C. 'II LMdahi.Chlna. Faith . ThrBne. i if Fred DecorllUon_Helen f that ence the aud i c De Pac eat Preus. both ·of .....hom. according t.o Jron'd ' �' � . i n th� Pu�� of the Lutheran I' \Io ' d · . BC'tween ry ere MIlIl. l ' chosen. ac� President. Tl�gebtad. are optimistic Pnn� Jane Li,vln. lelldlng lAd)'. Re9. N. M. Yh'l�r: an(l Churc�. or Fo�merly \\'alt�r.Hellman. MIIHlnderlle. Reht'1lhments-ldll III rrp.rd t.o 'the ou�me of their Faith In the Glory of Chrl.!Itian I�clrlc. Now PreSIdent or and Mni Louise Ta)'lot director of Dehate Question: "Resoh'ed drl'd Card. Harry· 50uth\lo·orth. I'fforts. The)' n"port thllt Mr. Ste\'- tht' Hope. Dr: C. M. Weawlg. Luther by College Junior HJerms\.Rd. Dagny AdvertlslngTli. e t1O\lo' �'Ilh G pre.sl'nted �'ete lllaY Been Has andhi That ' en;;on. Sl'CNltary of the Chambotr of . Theolog\ca�lnary. . ., Earl PerclvlIl. entire C&$t Md the roles they Benefit to Indlll Comm,.rce·. lind other offlcla1z ha\'e Illll.The Walter Henry Hellman. dean of The bullneM m�tlng wtll be held "ro follo\lo"�: Ticket 8ale-Hllrold Oray. Marie men shO"'n a splendid spirit of coopera- Jel and profe,!>.>Or of English and Immedlltely after the de'(Ollon�1.:i lny Bumpsted Marie VandlnbUI1l" Th9ugh unqulshed -. . they can .Ir- 'Vtlndlnburg. tion. . o·clock. . Booths-E!ilher Westby. Arnold Christi.l!nlt)' here'lut yellr. was In· on 8atuliday II.t nineef!tlre According prrsent pJan..�. the EllI.lnl' BumpsU'dFrllnces Jane Lavin gul' .�till. conv.entlon Thora lI.ugurated 11." president of Hebron Throughout thef Porath. Margllft't Thoo;tcnson. J lI ta S h ' c Il n S I e M � �:� : g�:;�I : o� �; ��;�s =� I ����e B:�::�;! PII�:: =� le;:l'�\I"�; �����d �h� ����f�: �:'�. ���� :;:I��. R��;�::;o!:� �� ��l� ;h: �:::�IO� !:�:� �::u: ��U:lo: ;'�le�:�� "'ill gh'e from thirty to tr.lrty-f\\·e Bill Clark of the conn John Vernon Lutheran COllege Women debate first name on ner), committee \\'a.s performed by th� Reverend C . . The flnanclll proJec.l> concerts In "the follO\lo'lng states: Cyrus C. Heln. of Columbus, Ohio. prrsl- Yt'ntlon tht.s year \.s to lend support. : Thill Is thl' chllirman. . Bumpsted . Walter �oung on Ihe' qUf'slion. " ResoJ\'ed Washington. Idaho. Montana. North Sam Gtl.'Cn Ohlndl hu boten II benefit to lnd!a:' AmerIcan Lutheran to the m1sstonarle� In China. Madthe dellt of 'Hlluke Eric . Dakota. . South Dakota. Mlnnewta. Church. Dr. H. J. Hoff wu the oHl- li4UC"r tnd Zululand. Clarence Monson On February "'f6. Ruth Ja/:-Obson 10\l·a. Wl.sconsln. mlnois. Indiana. R,.\·Str. Stump . clal rrpre5l'ntallve of PacUic Luth8ankey Johnson aEld Ruth Norgaard thf' nega- A Iumnl . . Reunlon 6h.to. and ))(JS5lbl)' onl' or t "'o QAuinnanger eran College at th� InauguraUon. LEARN. ·WHAT h'l'nl' Schlerman . th'e side against Wa.shlngt.on State . A g g u T0 Be In March ����gRe"::::X:Ef�: grM���:�-:: rq DO; HO W -:;l:rer��I:'t :�r c�o!rce:��r� se:: . 1 �1�1�: :ec';;;l l�� ::v:::� �he ��:� the Nor\lulan 'Lutheran Church Arlons to Tour man girls 'l4.ND WHERE Ide.nt of the OOIird of .dlrectors. pre1 . - �l.rst. T\\.enty-�cond Sided. T of Amf'rlc.a.. but R150 In cerAddresses were glv�n by Her1' 0 da)s later on Februan 1 8 " "trY Nex.t .n Ulln centeT$ of other bodies. in the OU S ern Month \VIII Ld tes th S 'Director of Cenl- Before starUng to .a b&&ltetball Cushing. L. bert g Da n HJ stad lind E\el n Arneth -flcatlon with tht- State Department game procure a plentlful sU6PlY� See Action son �et d!{;at at the han�s of the :::Ir;" l�� ���ric;o:��:��re:� o Church and the Augustana Srnod. Re \ ��n�;:I�eo:�:��:; n 1es ::hlngton State College negathe The ann 'lal :::: Reurilon \\'U! � �:::���. :���::�In:. �.u:-I�: :� ;/tha;::.m� n:�: �, muc�' JZ·· Mr. Eh·estrom. according to pres· noise u pc:lI8.1ble. Dl.5cUSS varied d" the 0' .. D College Ph. of an Sunday lind March Saturdlly held � In spite 01 the fact that lhis ....A. 21 �d 12. It \Io11f carry out' a gen- Sclence� at the UnlveT$lty of �Ne": $8.ftISUcaUy the fllulta of the separ· tnt plans. \10'\11 be pn"pared to start I}e\'elopmenl a \·et)· unlucky beginning. the teamsS er' Ea.st as impresario on March . brultll, rrprr.sentlng educadon In lte playen and the team a whole, nl futuristic th.eme. t ns n thl" State .U nlversity. Slater schoot.s �;: �;:;el: :;n�� =� 'on9�h::� ::; :ee :s� ��r t��:� :t:�: I�;\�:S'� F�����:.. :::st7:;: Tile round of actl�les wlil begin an . MAIL.�I�LE IS saturday II.fternoon/ Ith buketball ���e::a::,n: !:�I�� ce y will Induce 'theh proper spirit' with' California II.nd Oregon, On Februllry 21. the men's teams un d b ::::�ua:rt;���:I:��:e!n�:� lhe �verrnd L. C. Lentz of Desh- w�� � ��:I1�\::e' MOST POPULAR ct.-:e \l��:��;701�O!':�P;:m':eU;;� stan: .:hel� :�u�. JOhna l �Ohnson V the conlilct CAMPVS IUALE Anna Mikkelsen. soprn�o; Hent)' :eelrl�� Scat�l� ��;: ��I�e�a�� twt'f'n lhe reguI.ar college teams and �er. :h!!: the ��U�IO� :7 �I:en Begin Immediate In--Wallis Kerr. Bea.ttle. 0)11.1 H!4feness and_ tari ��mnl It'�ms which will be organlz. a r P ":��;�t or the c:.tr:1 t.s: qulri!.Sbegun. u to who la playin( and . .. . . ., ,' He . . Johnn). ,. ot HOlm-J�nsen. barlt.one: �e� D � r. r I a����e'p:�� Saturday e�'enlng the alumni, din; ��:i �fn Ule American L '\theran :ha���� =:�: ��=:�. m���: } � :�lIn :/��: i�. s;;�: :,:� :;;IV:� ���:::: II;U)�;!; art' f a e f ner will be held In the college dln- . rc . Theft' malls a.nd males. bu�t eompanylnlJ. them as spokesman. for nf'(lilUveI team So efar further hoots of dertat'dn for the , OPPCIII� ·de ' I b I k Re e n c t k n e C P ' bal S have not been cheduled. 6 . · .s ��. �� !.r:�s ::� ��·�;e= :;i �; : :� ��nH::r� �;�H��:� :�:� �:o��::Utr;: f:ou:tan� ' ;��� �� �: l � t�: ll�::!:.�o�: a.:! �:::���S c;:n;!��w�: Port- i' putor of Ora� Church. . nl' ts the m06t popular mllil-male Il>..�d February 20 Medford Febru- . . ' fpllo ..... out the general theme. the spectatora. Durtlli' the . Hebron COIl�e lind Academy. 10' among on thf' campus. Then f1utt.ertng I :;"'y 21 : Orland. Febru�t)· n: Sac- NORSEMEN OBSERVE On Sunday spt'Clal reun.ton serenUn" game. Chew at leuL t....o SUCD . ,In Hebron. Nebru.k:a. Is II. of gum, If tuff dr foilr wpran06. and �{era "bas&es echo rament.o F'ef)ruary 23 ' Oakland . FILM OF HOMELAND "ices "'1\1 be held at the church. caled t 3t1cb can sch�1 Similar Lutheran t.o Pllclflc around . hIm. " A�y forl me? Who's Febr� 24; San Pra.nc�. be ferocloualy quuucatei:l at one Febru: Following the decision mAde lut COlleve. and \.s supported by the Am- time ' A number of studenta of Norwe- year the package for? Oh. Old I 8",et I ary ' 25 ' . Santa Barbarll. Februat)· the la that much ntlre' felt . organlu !. h e P. i... C. cJube ' I�tter? Qooh ! " And she snatches 26 : Lo�g Beach. Feb�ary 2'1: Zel- glan extraction ... a moving pic. reports \\111 be called for Irom repr!� erlcan Lutheran Church. p�-worth/-perbape. in time. live qul('lr.ly for the letter from ··the .last u.h. March I. mornIng: s.eramento. ture depictinl scenes of �hel.r home- sentatlvt'1l of the various aroup!!.. . aUI'D wW be hand.lt;d with rue "'ord:' and he pockets hla and ..afts March 1. e\'f'nlnlJ: K1npi)urg, MUCh land on Sunday. February 15."SeverWhen the eom.tJ&t h&II been rouaht. Sociology, Civics v , I r u . at Class to Olympia !::v�!:e::.:r�!�e ::n:: :::; ��:; :; � �: ;::I �.:� ;';:: ��nt:=. ;ar::��:�:. ���: :na�: :h:o�::a :�� :n�; Freshman Class behind:· O!" perhapa mouths Match 6; ElJlene. Mitch 8. :P arty in �Iarch ' In order ....obIIerve the worlt ln � has been OCCUpied, to Inquire frana few,rean. \Io'ent t.o !.he picture. · The "'and Hpe smack expeetanUy torecut- eka. · p�pal cities and places of l"lllnlle t d"urna t . �e tlca.l.ly wb.!ch a1c1e won; t�D_mutter of the �""�I ��:p =::;'�nk/r:; GI V E INFORMAIt:1'EA scenic beauty. as well u the prtn- Plans are belnl\ ma(!,e fOr' the pft'sentstatel'iove levt.slaUve &el3lon and to �n;.��.::: :::r\.su= .. c1pal industries shown. . ... ·ere l! . TO �ONOR Sl'EAKER freshman clas party which will be m"'t Governor Hanley. the col1eae Adjourn. to � conll'nts of that box from home. conf�Uonery o:. ro::/�a� :m':f��: a� d t e me the middle of ��I � Io r la.uS: :�:I�l lo :: O�!�' n. Febru'a ry 20,. GIVE SOPH PARTY ���?, u � lI'�:,�· :=;g�.;,.� �:� On Prll1�y toIfumoo No deflnlle plans have been m,ade pll on nuMay. Pebruary 26 from three tour. o'clock. in the Proceed bomeWlIrd and, there, be· .Oms advwt changes the l Ba n o t t.o a f O or r ' e / ·:h::mlt: Jo=y �:!e� e;�� �W;e�:;r ���,�� �ye ls�� � �����= :�=�.�: ��I�� h�d :;I� =:� c� ,: 'a!:��:; ��� C: �� el�e �,� , �=: look throUgh ro&e-c:o\O«d 1Jl.a.sse.e or Kreidler entertained at a de- hbruary :n. In the college recrra allon room. . thelr trip. Meillbers of. the cl.a.sael buket.ball came toruabt. Eul.tJ.na: put on our black Uahtlul tea In ho,!lor or Mia_Clara !.ion ball under the dil'U;tlon of Ida Alnne 8ehlennan baa� been !}!. <l'mln1J can will furnl&h the.�rans- lame-everyone played - h� can make �)tt.ees poitaUon. They will start . In the Cheered WI I w.is hoaree.brtWant1,. Stop� 1r00Ies for the day. SO. JohnnY, Weisner. �hO spoke t.o the Pacillc. 'Hinderlle and Sankey /ohruon. as- cti&r(e tar. but . lu&.:rt �ullY our mall. lor, Lutheran Collele 5\Udenta Ind fl!-c- slstced by Ruth Nprraarct. Stella Sor- will be, appointed to {ak��of the n,w� atter brealr.fut and will be for "moonll&ht delllht" � the . �e aU da,. . �Ie\"e you t.o � a trustworthy Male. ulty the same Iltemoon. . bot. and Harold Q'"!.Y' d�t&11L 10 -./ .bed.N way home . � to ' . . . . ", V ' . ---... . -- .

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Mildred Card elden! arid broke some cup:!. but I LlBh�r n Air and It �'OU do or don t. only Junior College outfit to hold t C Alumni Society _ _ _ _ - ,.;. _ - _- c:: :;'�:�I: =���.thlnk ·Mrs. :r"ylor mlnd{'(f\�q' �1:a.�I:rl�:a��tt�.�:�;:��gr3M:t ���. �:��� :;; ��:���y �S:U;;:r::�:r ��o��:U:�I:��ol=:to���a�; . ) R�po �la r-a FJ�r:medal. Evelyn Am�50n. Thor-a R.asmuSM!n. Pauline Annie hu a pen that l�ak.5 ,""try a.s.U buktt by. the sldt of John men g.a.Lned a 1a.�1 mlnule slnale oUtllsh'e deparlmt'nt of the Ilamt. . � point victor), o,'er the. Oladlators lit IIlId did a Illl"Ile pari of' their !COrd('sk. other CljLy 1 "I!.'U trying Johnson', ·Wrt:�al1. Ruth Bnw ·n. John Hopp. ,clarence MOllson and \Valter readily. Tht' Aberd�n. The Q. H. Quint 15 �o\\' Illg und�r the basket. L.A. to \\TII(" .....Ith It' and the Ink got all "I!.·lth ':he Qladlators the tOll f'?U11I .....tl1'l frtquent "nd hurner'l):.pl.st N';edr� .Dublak 91'er m}' hinds and because tht ink From all apPtaranct.5 .Mr. HLghby shartng talk Mw poI!lU� in the mythical Junior col- ou� wlm a total of 13 loing to the en er's n ed lly e Mtill r 8USlNESS DEPARTMEST joy . gTftn. . my hands looked- like Ij; ll lege crlc!t'. To date the Harborttt.5 Holmell 8qulI.d, Hauke and F'adn� BU$lness Manl.ler In chapel much. John .Johnson very Irlah. . . ,,Ad,'erti.s1na- Manaatr L .A. .. - h�\·t nlet dd�at at the hand� 01 J41. CAmt out teCOIld beel In two coIlIClarer\ce Monson There Is only one niC!re pme lelt · and C. P. S. The meetLnll slon.< �d had to ]ta,'e. the pme to C1rcu]aUon Manager Ol&a KeU for the buketba.ll kids. :Tbtn they Don·t be ml!lled b), any strange Vemon next Saturd.ay night ,,·tIl be the de- nul'Sl' damlged nO&t'l. N. J. Hong and O. J. Stuen are going to play spring ' foOtball mu��rlnlls by sOme of th� hlirh c1dU}g �ulty Adl�rs and If _the Lutherallll lame, thty Just lelrn_ students: school � IIllI springs a of use ad I they l gut'lll ..: / . ' t Uke Ing l h e f e Lyc um p�,,�. .�� ���d O�t: ::I.!;�:�::\�I:p�:�' K itchell-VU�,I:h.! t I d th� r I i � �.�� � A \"(' rY ' (lr:l i st'W(��l�� tll ��'?��:I��:J�I� Pal' ;fi�' I . u llu: ran !;:�� � m�� ��I!'h���� es of the Dt..oc i«ie!; to Fi.�l sent somt of the �lIe\'t It or not. lhe� realty 1II'U &h lp of the Jun�butColla�single ( .lIl 1t·�{' dl lrn�iltlr:y lIusiliur�' whkh wus t)r�a u i z�tI Illst wt'l'k . Ma.. aonltboci)" . con- I virtue of .\ 1I �,," dllrnllt nry rnr girls is a n'lll IWct'ssity III1tI. as lilt' Ill's t mOGt horrid .vaienUnes &n>und to somt excittomtnt "t �hool lut "·eek. I5Late. b)'lo55 i For Lc nt Sc:.t!§on . . . proJ('d of tilt' dl'\"('lupnwlll IIssol·iulion. IIwrils Ih., support lot� of the kld.�. I guess maybe thty caused by tht election. It "yuldr� fef"Cnce: At · Aberlleen the usu�1 c1011t demust hal'e run out of them before " el"}' nice the �tudents could et tense ' uf all fri('llils flf II�(' l'ulll'�('. of tht Lut.herans "'as not func- The " kltchen /lulU"tette··-they lh('y got to me. bet'ause tht)' dldn·t .worked up about all tht lu:th'llies of In case )'ou dldn't send �e any. Ma. . do you S'Upp()l5t' the SC"!hool 1n UTIs nianner. really Uonllll up . to'tstR;ndatd. but the), the ,,·altres.ses. DEFEATS ARE BENEFICIAL or less polntWg for this kno'" It-have decided follOW the more are " was thtre that beLieve to led bother to 'as -good too l"m think the), rwn IIt'fl'uls in liwir firsl two dl'hatf's should 1I1l1 dis· ot fullng during �us�m age-old find game will flna] Harborltes . tht: t. f It our IX' of some' footbalL " that. I hOpe they dan't think P" \·ollra�t' . 1Ih' \\"OIlH'11 t!t'lmlors. TIll' \\·ushinJ.:ltllI St all' ( :ol- \\·lth? th� golllg�a little harder than lut Unt. TtOnklr\fl It a 1l00d Idea L.A. Oh. yell. that re. mlnd.5 me. I spent Iq.,f(' � Il'hn tors hnt! Jlurlkipah't! i n tllUl y t !C' l lIl t l's otl I hi s. \ ont'SClf SOllie certaln.th1n� dt'ny to (' lnes. and The attelldane(' of t�e students lit I\"ft'k. y Sl!ndl!11!: I· a lent some mon o �11Il'sIItHl l){'fo.I'l' ;mt!, �"('rl' mUdl. Ill rt' l's�wri('rh't 't! in hHlUlle h r " I a\ en. got a l hI n g 1 tl l l l l n r ' " l . r I : �:"��I �o� �:�::;,�� � f:: ;:;��o; -:�1\ �:s �,:r� ��;h l:�S� COLLE�E WOMEN TO ' � ;�,7i l i i�;1 �IIVl ;� r�:�: lt l\t, \\\ l:�I'r/r� lrll':{� fu:��"�:, 1��;:;11:111� t'. ;:';�:'�'1,'��1I1\1{: � '��h :: �l�a��f!re� ;':� n el� O h � :'� o . e o al �:::� I O AUXn, RY A RGA�IZE I e ��e�� �� : � �:,II' I��:�r:;::::�" I/:��:'Il�'t�I�)I{:�i{' IIl"t' w ill ai l l Ilf�' , , it' I ':l I I II's i n llt' r- A ��� ���I1�I��!:/ �� �� ��::' :n� ����:��h:��P:�lt at�lI�xI:��'�I�� cake. doughnut.,. a.ud dOMert... Oh. I , Harriet Bl'nner ,,·ere. the ones '\tho of us. . In ord('r lO promote the buLldln . g their pardon-lhey agreed that I('ft. The): \\'ere I·t'ry m,!leh I'xclted L.A. of nel\" girl"<. dormitory a.nd t� IIfbeth(' PR ESIDENT LEAI )S BUSY UFE deMtrt "'tre tither Ice cream) Ihey will b(o ,·try. suc- Bill Nyman and Ben P"lo ha\"t 1000ater mort 's6elal -life amo�t :\�lIin Ill'. Till�t'lslati must "'avl' fllr lilt' ('asl 10 I 1t'1H1 andltulI hop� . or lIlt. the), ,",ould not be boUnd . b�' ( If they do as ..... eLl . e,'ery amused a f('('ling of mystery l111el)'. rtrls or the coilege. a group ot ....0(·.�lI�f{'n'n{'('s and �·t1l1n'nlilllls \\"rli�'h ha\'(' a .ht'a;illg UII Pa. tt!<:' the agret'ment! And. no candy be­ 0 In ' tht' trip as liaci' 1 they did · . What i th boys t se do In Abermen DID met to form the PaCific Luther. 1 Prlda),. am sure th('y \·tfU- l,ull.tCI'I1II CulJt",W , Ft'\I' �If us n'aliZl' hu\\" . hll�\" Ihl' ChD.Mf"1 Ia.�t meal.. ! dtt'li that has caused so many rem- I'In College dormitory auxiliary. The t,,·ten prl'sitif'1I1 Ill' Ihl' CUllt'gl; 1"l':I1'" is lind hu\\" t':l rTwsll\, 'lh' is rding I5tudtnta. fear thaI ery big success. Inisc:tnt lInlcken from thl" basktt� mt'fnbers Include women of the fae- thtThegl�lllboa;"\11 " . wllrkin/-: fur tilt' �tltld of tht' S(,IHlul. It is 110 (.us,· In�J..: 10 kt'I'11 \\'1AlI bf< soon be too 1I.·uk to lad) came Irom Ellen.sburg bali bO)'$? ulty. "'h'e.5 of faculty members. and Ihi� st'ht)tli ftlnl'lio�iillg harnulilioush·. t'Sflf'ei:'tll�' silH't' tht' ' a r frlendllOf lhtCOlie!e In Ta�ma and ��?;.h�ra�: =dt:�'�::r����:!e:� . L.A filla!��'iuJ 1I1lt.;ll·' is. su Iryi,,� du�ing tli�. fI�t'St'nl l;u�illt'sS til" �'��2a� :�:t;' �e C�:"lesl�h:'::;t':); k t gu�·� ��: ; tak('n that sld� or the QuesUon IntO re l . \\ -,\tsh u�lr (lrt'still'IlI ' (,ut! s htl'ssing 1111 his all. though . j :����;�.� \e�':::� � t�:���;� :; �:::� �\�� ��. a cons�dtraUon Is not known, but t.hey Arne came In tht �IOOrlng Mast �alI���:;'';i: Expression classes. Tht)' art' Februar)' 19. ) to g:t thin or at&rve A " cry �nUlI!gent mlln \\'a.< Robert offic(' the Olh l'r night for some pa- I('amlng' how to la)" thl.tlls on thc The orllctrs of \.he organization aN' determined Peter Rabhit an d II.re: Mr3. J. A. E. Na.elIlI. Tacoma, ��e ���a��;P� e/!�II ��C �!t. = 81:alr. Who had bOllt many brtdgt )e: ��:IU�.� \I: : :::: ���:-�:;� ta.ble. " .. ell how to makt mo' � His.Greens o e } pre$ldent; Mrs. O. J. Stuen. Park_ . - ' tlons and emotlol1l5. "masterp ieces:' but ,,·ho. In Ufe bf< h h -h t th k d n·t d Id ld IlI.nd. " 'Ice pre�ldent: Mrs. A. W. �:A.h=:;. L .A. th: �:t� a.re " bu"nr l hili bridge5 behind him." t � 01:1 H::n:: �ad !IOm( ,'er ' a� 8)' Fr-an(C'lJ Jane La\"ln lind Nedrll'S policy seems RA.lIlstad. Parkland, secretary; Mrll. lng,t the rest of should. too:�(t� for The CunnlnlhlUl\ll had 1I"ed .in the ordrr to !;t:�t to th� site of the bridge plc�ures take"n. The onl)' Ia.ull l) could Johnny TB.C?fi1a., trea.surer; Sydow. Arthur at flnt you don·t· succf'ed, ahe may then come to the coneluold grt)" fa.rmhoUS(' since old Jed had . to pass by the CUnnlilg_ find with It wa.s the ('xpresslon on try. try··ttagain:' . Mort power to �·ou. Mrs. Clifford Olson, Parkland cor- slon that· she nted� a vacation and Cunnlnghar:r'S grandfather had mo,·_ ham place., One morning a.s he W8.'; his fB.Ct. He tjad the corners of his dlng secretary. on p ref: kids! fOU . thlt Wh at all Is thlllk the word.J: "Ooodb� eel West in 1849. Nearly. a.l1 the houses Just pa.'l.Slng br. he notic«i Nan moulh turned dO''n and tried to A program consisting of plano leave.\ Ull'af�Ith t��rr' III the surrounding Itrrltory had also hanging out the. fA.lllUy wash. Sht turn his nose up. At lei\.lit that·s the counts. . , . ' ===== dutu.. by Mrs. NaeM .and Mr&. Sydow 1 ·ou=ter ' L.A.. ' . been built b? the plont't'rs who had strllightened out one of the articles. .way It affrcted flIe. and a gl"Ol l P of rell. d lngs by Mrs. If the Editor Insists upon h,wlng come In tht search ot lold. Nan turned and SA\\' him. A warm Ma. do you kno'" tha.I I ntt'd some bU.51ne&s Lono the seMlon. preceded , Old .Jed wu� ,. "ery meek. helt- feeling surged through her as she "geld " hojJ(' you ""111 remember " cu�" In th(' paper. we'lI h9.ve "'a.ste- TIle following were present at the . instead of a newspaPtr. j)t'Ckl'd husblLlld. Ht had been of a !tlanced al plI$I;ing flgurt. Theil, to 5end m(' wmt. 111 ca.o;.e )'00 don.t paper . meetlng� Mrs. J. A. E. NaeM, Mrs. L.A. foredul nature ""hen h� young- turnln!t to her work. �he qulekl)' kilO\\" what It mellns t guess I had . Arthur Sydow. Mrs. M. Lono. O. J. . It seemed U"tat Curly and AI,'en'e S u�n. Mrs. Clifford OLwn. Mrs " but hl.5 ,,·I.fe, Mar)". had t.aktn all flnl<;.hed and hurried Inlo the house. bf<w'r lell )'ou. It mean.� money. It JU.5t seeme<t T.l O. Bvare. Mrs. J:. :. P1fueger. Mrs. the foretfulness out of him. Jed A.5 the famILy sat down to lunch. 1sn'l . that lunn," · Well gue&S I were having Quarrel. . hll.d . been brought up In this new, furthermore all through the meal. had better stop' ""fIUng." because I that way. Philip .E. �auge. Mrs J. O. Edwards, ' . Wild countr)' else on my .' . , "I!.·hlle Mary had been Nan noticed that Jack was looking ha\'('n',Ju'..gotat In)'thlng Mrs. J. U. Xavier. Mrs N. J.. Hong. rai� In an establillhed Ne"l!.· En- al h('r "er�' Qutt'rly. After thfl mea.l mind prelltnt. ngel.st.d.. and Mrs. rs . A. . P h R oral eports �Iand to,,'tl, but because she one "I!.'R,S o,·er. and 'he dl<;.hu \\'ere dont. . Your relltn'ed daughter. �. �IlIlIta�. of thOlSe etficl�nt P\"Ople. sht' had Nan came out to tht porch 'hert Cheroba Tertia. At �Ih�!§io.n �leei Every Page I llC'Climated herMit to her future en- Jack ""as .5lttlng on [he steps. \\ I r:;=== ==;:;:;;==;;; I tn l ." et rt ve :a�!t���g�·att�r. Jack ?" of of a momofy book Is (uUCo,," and Mar)' had been ::� 0,] ;���: � �:. :��;:�:n :��y�;: Ad��� J�::O� �� :�: �� a: Brookdale Grocery Co. '::: meanipl and 1mportanCe, marne<! about fh'(' years. Jack Cun- ··Yes. there is. too. YO� tell me E"elyn Monson. for not enrolling I t:.iety held In the Oirl's Receptlon lelle studenta love to keep It­ ningham Willi born. Whtn he The .store that �as it what's .,Tong. ma}'M can help you." her In the F'r«k]e Club. Thill hor- , Februal") 18. tV3l. Other num­ maltes the mOat att.rt.cUve It ' years old. Mary con- ··Oh. I. ·s nothing. hontst. JUlIt rlble mistake and uUafaetOry of aU rUu. . ",'U d1llcovered last btrs on the progtam conslllted of & l":utUdsixteen and how'\the)' wU) trt'MUJ1!: it rheumatism and because of forget It.: week Just afUr' the Mooring Mast reading by Ruth Brown, and a plano Hay, Feed Paint; thls, NIUI Simmons wu stnt from ··No. I ....on . · t:· said Nan. she "..., wued By Ih' aid of a huge SOlO by Ellen Soley. the St. Anne Orpfianaat 10 help seated hl'rseif beside him. '· No..... YOU microscope, Mw Monson .",·as found Pred �a .... . led In scripture rudln g . Drugs, Hardware , �an' In her ,,·ork. Nan recth·ed. her lI.5tl"n here. you're going to tell mt eligible. and pra)t.er. whan wrong!" tiOa l'd. room. and a few bits of .A ---carded clothing for her Ih1q,1l. " Nan! Nan!" cried Mrs. Cunnlng_ No \\" that theLArions . ha"e gone. t--I Jack a.nd Nan lOt along about as I ham. Washington �rkland. there ma ' be somet.hln that re\\'ell a.ny two livtly chUdN'n could " Al L right. rm eomlng:' Nan sembi�s � little more �B.Ce and SPECIAL be eXpI'Cted. into NIUI she the had back rr h dark calii'd brown u l� �roun school. (Here. ..... . ." .. ". ... .. ....... ... Quiet kltt d ,." , , .. "' . ... ... . . .... ... . . .. . . . ... . c .o a For PARKLAND LIGHT WATER CO. :::..e\\� �.:� ��I�� ��a.L:� :� :��:� ��h����t!!��t ���I�; kltt1· ) L.A. Wuhlnllton Parkland, . Jack used to delight In grabbing Nan and sUIl lying In bed. Mrs. Taylor's dlshe.5 .....ere used for Pacific Luth�ran A M utual Company-Organized 191,' a.nd unravtlLnll one of th� braid$.,. �' Nan left. Jack Quickly got properties . College in the play " Broktn F'larnbbe. W.ter, LfdI' _d 'Po1ll'er Lo Membel"ll Onl1 Nan a.I;"·a)'1 fought bt.ck 'tooth and up and started do,,'Il the road WiMH minimum 9Ik per mOGth lDda4JAc 100 ea,' It "lRkr presho es Taylor, wu ... Mr. Dil · "I!. Ih :' "l!.' an! ' "I!. nail after ont of these �plllOdes. the ne bridge. It wu be ent at · tht presentation. �rked. WMer Lo·P. L C, frw yean PUlled unennlfully finished In about t...o monthll' Por further inlormaUon apply to E. B. ELLINGSON, Mer. The Best· Quality .h�t aU durtnll t.hC; play. there' ..... tor the Cunnlhlli ama unUI one day "Nan will )'OU go to the \not ' u mind leut hls in the ,doubt I Peter? om a.n ed � oglLll tht ne"l!.'lI earne that a railroad,com- H pr la to who would e"entual1y wuh the d get iQ Suitspany "I!.'U rolng to build a brld.iJe Mrs.. Hogan that ...e would take ' O\·tr, the Rtd R1nr. This rt\'et was of him ...h1]e they "''tre an.y, They dishes. With Each Purchase ' LA s.ituated, about a QUart.er of a m1le II be gone for about b'o weeka.'·· " T Jl R I F T " . , dO""TI the h111 from. their home. The Oh. \luLt :will M fun. I think: And did you our Utt.le RolIi� Cleaning and Pre88i�g . tn 81neer to stay at tht Hobson's. Pe r Is so ..5...eet. 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Me� in ScorinK . Attack; the victory in only two of Pltlo, CRr18�n Share Honor8 was Standards rOt letter awards In The Lincoln mld�t5 ftll beron' r�en �e: Ihis and minor sport, o;t;·tre de- the "s.noolh .worklng &-c-onds by II Y5t SIl(urday In the m�tLng with junior ('olleges"O( the :;e:����::�:�. t l Aberdeen" ha'·e the stronJ,:'est Of 18-14. The defensive work the Centralt.. Junklr Co1!�lJe !he ��u: ;�� nd.t wee� will' b�. the dec:.id,i,!K the Parklanden' ,wa!J ex�ptlon- Oladlaton doubledh the score. holdh the Gl�d':lIors ,-In, they Will ha�'e R oo d lind W� effective: In ·.uop '".��' baseball: ly nd footbA.lI lJ , IIt . ' ' ,J.·"..... ship claims flmong l�,e Jun.. i O ' �"Ol 1eKe� o( n." ."·••Tm'. ... o"::"'.","" ""ood r a plng...-the fASt little Abt>s. At thill of.....the ... ' ...", . . ,.... Cen�rathe held Lutherans :1: �;�� l=;�s�;�la� : "TIU' f;lmJial rs \\'('r(" IHll Illaving up .Itl pai' wlll'lI Il It'\· strpng lIans outor 5(:Orlnt: tones ana slowed time the offense droPlwd IIlt'ir clln'h'sl In IIII' I llIi'lmrllll'tl :'\l'xi. wt,t·k ", h f' ;1 to' out.seore the AXe�len. .up t�e play .somewhat. Throughout of the . requirement.!. Illt'y ha"�' Iltl' (...�ld(·11 figh h'rs S",i,llg inln IIclinn. game the of(eral\'e wor� o� the hllJh gained the the for score OIily minor sport en- qray 10 "' lilt' (Jill Ihul IIIit' pllllli � 'f('a . Oladlatnrll . !lmooth. and althe coI.lege at present gll:me. holding 6 J)(;!lnt.!. � � o e lar Agal o h a r I e f LaRt Wednesdil\' the HII�tJOr· resen'emen set �e��OII ;�� ����:� 5ho� :�; � ����t.! :�r�:n�: a ., de�I RT� ll:��e, ;:�o� ��:r� I en t m t ' r steadll)' Inereued. · In lea� The rally. el03lng a of face hi!d' s establl ments e requlr, y, t � to _the . : � � � � ! ; � :.��: s p oi last !��u�! t� �r��the p, Hrrne.'J.'l' for' the 01lt.!1df:n. found Durlni thr first hillf th� qnly In' !(otter!; gain sport.s various the are \'nrsitv dosed their �lIme in the (innl thirty follows: .F'oott)all. to play .",Ine. the ,baSket at the final .whlstle !;COring for the .Luthenuiiqyas pro·' G I quarters or regular SCheduled the' COmets the game by a' 22.20 duced br the two gui\rd!l. Nyman �:� t�:e ��t i�!�r.fe\.���:, thco�:�:��orse�a��i!�a�r�v Ba.�ketba\J, pillY In 150 In Ihi� game Gia}' again held and PRlo, Palo. !lharlng with Carl· il next Saturday. of !Ichedulrd play: Baseball. lOt gll!n h'igh for the son the high scoring honors"'ot the S S n r n g m scheduled , 1 ' '(11<' '1ll1"sli!1I1 !If wl.wl hI' ,ill �1;,.�1 will hl�y(' �Il lit, l'l'id�'�1 ����.� : :ln�ne ' the sa';;e thing befell �I:, ; :�� :; c�n:��f�:�:r �� Sill '.1 for Ih,'� �: rt·.,nnllls hili !l1I�' mn�t· gnnn: 'I II. Ihl.' hus� ('1 against anOlhrr school they hRrl eneoun- the f1r4t t1eMod, Nyman, like PRI�. ��'II�OI� . ',as! 'I hllrst,lay 11,11' I ,1'I1t'l'lllt' 1I s duh h �'.l d .. nl('l'Il qulrenll·llt.� were Rrloplf'd by his long distance eye !!.Ionl!the COmet ooOlte,�I. Up ulltll I I I \\:hldl\lilI S \\,H.� d,sCUSst·,1 II pn rl clf Ih,' .I HI�I.'lI'SS , (� 11t' on thr rr.commell(\!!.Uon of minute of pilly the PRrk- Rnd .sCbred polntA In,. the game. I h�' I Ulp' lrlulll I h l ngs s�·IIIr" l u'l'l' WII S I h�' IJ llt'Stlllll. Jlf sla m l · belnll representatlve of held the If'ad, With bu' Aft-er Carlson found tl1e ba!lket in artl." for� 1�'1h:r ,llWllrtls_ I It·n·af1t'r 11.. .... \�,I.II , ht" gl\TII on II other i'\Chool�. to go the Harbormen the second h!!.lf. he went to work In s�'1 sl!mdllrd I I lsh-ad of llH' .ltrhl ,1rllr:o- d�'l'ISIOII of lilt, l'tmt:h . An' election of officers ""11$ Quickly brought his Ih by one point. broke through S S, , othf'r 'matter of Importance to up to high point p06lt1on. . . . . Probabl�' o�e ?f {he mam Ques�lOn,s of the e"en mK whIch completed by the meeting. ' the Centn\1an!l die! for Doereh seconds. the . attendance .'ere unable offlce� of vice president t�e s �all maJ�rt,t�' of letter�e,n most'of the scoring woi'k and m� o a h r ° O f r t e n �ort'. each four of the 15 cOunurli mllde bY hts ��I� :��:I� ;e :!�� a;� �� . ������ol l;;�=t : �:�� 00: ;s �� �: :.��� �i�;� ������I:� �o a term ural sport- among differpnt teams or�anized thro'ugh· dent. Pl'rclval 'In hi!l wOUt. out the' schbol. Thllt the opinion of the former baseball eh()l;ell ",'ere Nyman. Young. III Spindel' lund and Hauke to fill the ",p�tI"'I 'nd fret'-thro,,",: Johnson came under Ipttermen seemi.ngl�' rll\'ors a me,re intermural arrang'ement off1ees (4) Sowe�.'i F jump �hot, The h'alf endt'f.! with came as rather a surprise to me, (4) Doerch c S, S Wh",thef nr not the scorl.' of 21)-)6 stili fR\'orlng Ihl.' (3) Gelatt o ate l Intereolle!!' an conull!$;t Ihe III raliulI ollsi,It l 1�' 1 1 i 1 gi\'�'11 Itt· 10 is Irm·k Appllrl'II11y Harbotmen. ' ' h h d h a n e ed P I I I Ramey G d 1O P i dii'\CU.o;sed but no detlnite deIIOW fu\'oruhJt. fur ils n, PRlo openM the Ihlrd Quart�r by ]In ·st·lll, ami as ('oIHliti"ns art" 1101 l �e1 \n ",,,"", - I o C, Dahl. f'adnes.�. I , lill Ullt'llliclll shelllJ, 1 III' 1url.H'ci IIJ.ft cit-risitlll clslon.. was mBde upon the matter. gam: ' h2 :::� f Jump shot : Berg ,coming under � de ��� Hauke 1 1 ) . Centralia: Light n se h I I I l 1 Rnd Dean ellfne In for Aberdet'n II I � I ' more,rte��rmlned. In t�e ' ':I!i\� l: ���� l�\�S 1::�Il!;::�· ::�� It�;·I!� ::�:II �\, :. ;�: ��:!.��: i :r�; �f ��:-r!:� o�\:e S:�::OI��� scores: mal\t added a free-lhrow r t e an I IIIt't'li IlM. 1I11d Ii1l'1r (Ifodsiol l �·a llll\J.1 II(" tu ln'll as, til(' deCision favort'f.! the abandon.lng of �t .�� the Harbor score: Johnson came In �:: on a Jump �hot : Hlek.s drIbbled In ���"�::. '::: C;rli'�\l,' :���l li��:' /\1 /1�\���:� ;\�' \I �::�/'J II u rl dt ltl"tl'dl �' Ill" :;;�� a ��=� �h:nrt.op��:!�� en�redad tplay thlore aregular quarter. m� f I I1 I I I l m 1 h Ing the period. th� centrallans .... ....ould be derived from' an Inter- unable s. S. !��l� �a:�:� �� �: �u��:� Salt. a d OYereoMa score, whUe the home n murlll arrangement with I tA and F�1np with a shot from the foul line, The It seems that an intergroup arrang,ement stOring 8 counters. paning les..� rigid training schedule. were score stlll stood lit 27-24 In favor of acth'ities for the rest of the Meason would JETLAND & PALAGRUTI . , 8 hese f. or 6 gained who . wa.� held �y the maJoMty of letter the Aberdren five I enjo�'ment to a lar�er number than Avenue �Ifle 91'lI winners in .sport. !rA!COMA playing. On the other hand, it also seems :�gdh h::.::;n ��nao:t!llon but a would be Ilicking were all interschooi'< �onte8t. the year, This 80rt o( competition is the type that to the school and goes toward making it known as HANSON'S Parkl� Golf Coul'l!e would he left by the other activit.y: A large spat'(' ' .JEWELERS In t() the. basket to score aealn; any 18 Holes Jewelry the Gladiators In the or any spring competition, S. S. Fadness put d lead by making Jump shot; San. Tht, girls w{'rc' (·tJllsi,!toraIJI" disl llrht'd ",11" 11 lilt,,, rlluiHl ' DI3Un���:�hn an GREEN. nES derson shot a tree-throw while Kol� Ih{'flIst.'ln's 11](· lurW'1 fIJr a iargt' ' TltJlu/wr of fUllis in tilt" __==� 18 Sunday, : .. 50c = 25k 7� S'f ll:g th�� St,-, ' = r-::::�= Week days, holu '" repeated the shot; Berg came under 9 holes I till tilt" uhilily of Orling .R: ::::::: : -:: = ', The glll\\(' \\'lIlS. Josg1 for the final ba.sket just -as the Orlil,gI gUIIH ��!: � : '!:: � � .: � J l l l PLAY FAST ' r:.�.:�I:�;/It't�I�·lfi l :!:�sI :l(;�"�� I .,..---� I IIo'hlstle sounded to end the game. r::�;;;: J��:�r t�l�i/Jlt� K �� � t l�' }� NO DELAYS The final. score st.ood at 35-�4 RU!lt Bldg,-I205 So. lIth St, EXCELLENT GREENS Th. ,,,,. im. I I , I.. 'IO�ZI�GO ,'me by '" 18-17 Tacoma. Wash. GI'rls Win From ' [number Madison 16lI·J�3 !"oone' DentL�tTY and X-Ray of fouis lI,'hleh fel! on O. A. Marshall, Manager Defeat Varsity first team players and sent them 1312 Washington Bldg. Citizen Scouts from the game probably wa� the de· M:: .1n ..: :" " �T': aro � : m � . In Scrappy Tilt · r J I ;:-:�-:: ���1 e t le I �: �� i oe e th n c Dale's Confectionery .oIWormal Pile-,-p O\'erwhelm- R I:r��� �I:! ����nd\�i :: :r:::s: �:::r :: �:�d :;;� I � Uerans ; d inx Le Lose Game ""ere made by the Collegians. but r-;-�---�---tl l LUNCHES . �: I�� c��!� 'NN , In the f1rs�'o games the the Orting High girls made good VALENTINE.. by their mB.SlSh·� center. Girls' Basketball SQuad met and de- I ga oet lhelr free throw� to win the lo�&g-�rd �::�h� y I t " ' of TACOM.AWaffles. Homemade Pies sank the largest I: ���tA�o':r:� ��I���::��� E�:ru;� ��: )�f �a::� ��� :�:��' =��� I ber;ofLarson DaJe'. Barber ShoP. Parkland, Wn, shots to gain hIgh L, C, fh'e neat trimming on thl'! the Tacomans' i9, OJ1§: her total for lhe game Puget Soulld court 52·19. Ha1J"cu' !5e the 5�rted for squad The second he visitors start«! from the opRoe scored points to Sh .... e 20c but were unable to hold the 10 points, enTlng whistle pUe up an over· collegeteam. Ond spot for th� College. . Hair Tonic!!. and were soon tralHng SI!CVocs We Appreci� Your Wish"" to Extend " whelming lead, and. at the SIlplt' scored four free· throws to . In scorl!}g, Washington the . s When core Patronage time held the fighting Lutherans to stood at 8-2 in favor of the SCOut bring her total of marker!!. to J2, the His Best ,Wishe� a lOll; score, nIght. the r o , best team the first team .took: control of Lineup A determ ned squad of men troop- the situation. By the end of the half : ed ou t� o n vanity squad haf:1 raised the coI- �f'!lO .; Inventory Sale and �:n s:n��: ::k: �!n�� the to 19, and at the same time angles of the floor. which' put them lege score C h�ld the scoring of the Taco- Rasmussen A' selection uf ' within five points of the Teachers. had t:: :::I�t�:�e:::: Dahlberg sc mans to notl\tng. . Howard .. but the appearance 01 Haney & SELVIG L�EN G CA;\IERAS t t I h d n e I h� SC:: I :ot �a� �� �: �e;:��: Solne . ... . 0 , : i . �;� C., Sivertson. Importers of Nor.. at �O7? dist:ount : �� ��tU��;k::���s ar was- still up to p�r and the O��::·: , hind a8aln. Liver Cod wegian _only SCOrer;!. one POint. on a The never-euslng, hall of the SCOuts --- 1 ·throw. By the end o� the per· -_Oil Supply markeJ1§ by 'he ,v!.sJtors continued, tree h M�n,: �: lad��e C�I:I�� at 49-9 in tavor -.:;:::;:::==:=:;:::::=:::-:;::� � Pacific Ave. Cor, Tacoma Avenue �d Ihh y dl::e� n �':;t�: . :: the entered squad second St.J:eet, Tacoma, Waah. trol of the bail. j l �====�====�II -------------+ in the third peflod. but weN' Coach Olson's men equaled the unable to hold the Tacom� Easterners In pa.s.slng and noor 1!;ork up 10 pointers before the ' but could riot o\'ereome the handI. pla�·ers caine back to the cap of the greal ' size or their rlVaIs, ]\1cIntire & Dilvenport __ The flnal score ,Stood at 51�19. each of \l;h�qr stOtXt some !lilt ttet . 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' ....t� IIrgf'd to RfE'ateT ' . ont-ftctInplay5 ,/ . Thr Annual com'rnUon of the drott 81\'('n-wonordrt'" n . IhM they mlilht Ix- . Luthf'r&n stu¥mf Union hrld Thr ptognun C'OI1�I!tf'd of \"01':111 • e • lit LULhl't Tt}k1O;!Jcal Seminar)', St. !<Olo by MilOt" Omd r.nd onf'-a'cl Paul. Minn.. FroruaTY 21 to Mllr ch play "0[1 Park �nch." the cast of I Mr. Raymond �Inhol�e'l' Luth · which Includ� Ruth Bro"'TI. Olal f'r Thf'Ologlcal seminary. prt.!lldent Havnl'M. John Johnson. Hl\rold \ of the Union. pre.!lJded aL 1\11 .�5- Orl\}' and IngrId Qrolld Olrl�' ba"ketball teflm and an alum_ S10n.!l. The dub,I.!i planning from nO/,O on !levertnd Ylvl5aker. uecutlve !It'C.- III glrl�' tel\lll In charle of Ruth P'fldo�:����}:t�:r�� 1 0 glv� program.!l every mfiOUng· . I nlflK BL.ACK M YSTERY-A II�H-H! t Pr:'��:� ����:r: ��e���:\"�I��:fI��� :�: ���;� .�;:;. �6.���(:y:���:�:;t��I:�: c I \'I Black hf'a\} rumblln� are heard Is �at and "'hen" At 11U;� ebml'� ���c:::k Thursday and Friday of �1�:mt�:eIPOfofal:m��I=nun��: ��!,:,��: �I:: �;;�:lk � 6:�� Argument With �r?«,edlng from a hl'a\iI) draped a fate(ul night a nlgM "'hen dIrk cordia COllege: �retan'. MIs.'1 Rudy Sandl'�Q,� -..--. ther Pt'lel"5On. 51- Old Collt8!'; and 0regon NormaI . room_ A .!Ihrll'k rendl tlle den.!ll! .!III- unkno",'nll are broughl to llght. I\nd · A futurl"Uc Idea. will be carried encl'. What Is' this dark mysten'? curlOlll tY-.!Itrlckell minds are .!II!t at DISCUSS _Paperstrea.!lurer. � Reuben Talle, Lu1hl'1 oul this year at the alumni dinner. . Closes Season ·What ,olng on? Many are th!' re.!lt. One and all. .!Iklnny amI" fal., Colle which ,,'111 tie given ('In SaturdflY . --que.!ltion.!l. great"l.!i the curlO.!ilty. ye'. tall and tiny, .U come running. At Co nference evenlnll. Se:�_thlrt)' o'cl�k Friday e\'en- W "Color" will be furnllhed n o g re n f ln e I Inll marked the oftlclal opening 'lf � a�;'Oi) ��o::s ��: �� �;ee �.�� :h�� ���I���;:�. :���l; �:. =�� l �. �:��� �;; ��r�I::I�� t!: r i i Held in S1. Pau l �h"h .,',::' ,'.' "":'�.'C'. bAY. 'p",,',,':'......","I,' i the conven!Jop. Devotion was conpscudo - Sherlock HoI meB snoop given by t.he Sagl\ M8ff In the gymBelling�am Normnl ducled by Mr. Casper .Newvlll. fI stu. TrulJ;()ll. '29. I\nd quartelte. W.I . · -.-- , abf;iut. mqnUylng IIIIl&!! In ha!,d. IllU;lUnl on April 10. to gasp fin!! SQua� Here . · dent. of Luther Theological SemlnCollege Publications; tl.'r Chrllltensen. '28.1\ now teaching fit following the trails of those. who Admire. to ApprecIate and to know. Critida Dr. Gullixson. pre�ldenL of the Vi Publishing A5torlfl. will be yell-leader. House' sit re h Mond ld ' po6tthey .t er Intereatedly l\Y. kno.".. !' � . pe ,..,.'. 0 debate� st>mln.ry. delh'ered the .".elcomlnlt March � and t hue enoullh rUIl to Ill.! i t lhem o T O. Pres wll! A. dent lngelat.ad i bV at Lu here P.clflc Represented " ' n.!l .!I theran d I\ with . rncd and o keleto 6. addres.s. to .....hlch Rarmond . RelnspeAk on "'Anglea." .nd Mr. P. A. the. �st of th� 'rar' And all of them . Jacobson holtun. president of the UnIOn.. reo �:�=II.��ed::�:;�:I\; ::;� :�:�r��,:te�;o:;�" ���� hint at show . endowment field Preus. the ne." '�helr .!iC h �1 SPln, and brlnlt " no ' t :-:n�:�:�"��I: "'��: �;.��\��� ""ere in fnor of the hom!' Who knows ."hat la to'be �nd ,,'hr (h,.lr frlell.d/). At the �wo 5I.""lon.!l of the Luth. A�e��� ����r.!l:�II:�e·�!::�:!:��'� in t n' u . tI ' erall Pre" COnference. he.ld th: flTllt Ule dinner I 'b of ID31 . Ule gradu.tea PROGRAM WILL SOCIOI.:.OGY ....) :� u:�;� :Tine::�Il.:��d �:� ClviGs. ,� w"�,��u ::"� d � . . ,-:, :� of the Lutheran Student. Un. will be form.lly day iftelve(! Into the AID .EDUCATION CLASSES ATTEND ·llenell3 .nd Morr� Ford the afIon COnvention. which �et al .Luth· Alumni on d II red nto the salnt..s .. Hflnnath AMOCtaUon. OF NATIVE LAI) tr CAPITOL SESSIONS . The que.!ltlon wa.!l: Reminary Theologr.:al St �e �:I: top� .t thl'l &eIl$IO� ",'as !I01l'ed: ·eThat Paul Se 8 On unday morning a special thE' natlon.!l IIhould pre.!ll!nted by Profe,;;sor K. E. � of &ota..- February 27 to March I unIon .!I!I rvlce will be h�ld at thre-.. A cordh!.l receptton WIU lttende<!- hThe proceed,s from the program Millne 1\ policy of fre-e IrA�e. of Thp Trinity Lutheran Church An alum Luther College. and was " '�llh In Adopt � . g en Friday night by the COllege Mr Kcrmlt Overby editor College. the Bible a.s the Word or God and :rhe SlIm!' �ay our (l;lr1l'l. a.trlrma- the m("mbers of �r. Bardon classes MlMlon 'Soclety 111'111 go to educ.te Concordlan. COncord!a . preach the &ermon: th,. nus ...·111 ?f E\ehn Arn Civics and Sociology who w\.slted the F1nal Authont) of Faith." The 11\1' It'a� coMposed Moorhead. MlnnellOla. presIded. Our Padtlc I.d In a Chnn- , Colll'le Lutheran COllelle Choir wl\l \\'as. repre�nted by Ruth sing several speaker mov,'ed by figures that th� :'!IOr;:�I�;:,aaa;)' ....��:;;":�e�.I�:�:I:;� the Cl\pltol on Thursdl\Y. Febru.ry aI.nn.tlve !. .!iChooM.d.llailcar numbera. . BIble b 'a popular .nd a necell$lln on theI �me question of Fret' Tradl' 26. Both GO\'erllor H.rtll'Y And Sec- Carroll 5v.re with hl.!i trombone. Jacobson. At tlle buslnf!J.s m«t1n&". flve'new is the ntty a ���: �r���� '�� 1 n e . l em e h ec t the &"rfiOted Hinkle Stat.! of retary ot fa"or In decision final The ��: �� =� C:;:ue��� ; : n ����n; m�::� �r:: ��: ���: �:';� a� �h: ��:�� ;ia:: Pe::��f �;. o; student.s. Mr. Hinkle ga,'e short the At 9:00 a. m. the con\'entloll open- Ule nl'l.th·e. llum·bers. A one-act pl.y manaller of AugsbuTi Publl"hlnll HJerms\.8d. '26. 'presldent; O. J. . March 6. Morrl� Ford and Italk o:xplamlng the varlous,par� of WII..!OJ>entnll ed with a buslneM .!I!I "lon I\t ';Io'hlch Frldl\]'ohn acing the Stu�n. '07. vice president; Ruth . " Hou e hl.!i topi u5t'd & C P prei5ented by Ruth Brown. OIAI . t d I1 I a e I �e�': �o�n �:�: t�:I���e::���: ��:�10� h�r: :::�I��� �;nts;:.�; !��d:�� ��\.�c� ! ��;p :;'�n�� th�� Hl\gene��. JOhn :!ohn�n. Ingrid �:�t�I��;�I�1 ��I��I�I:;���...rr:: F.d�e:;, ;::. ==���n:c�e: d OI and College. 1.1 unior Hl\ljeness eltuens. as e.s 0 dut J or tlle delegate from Paelrtc Luth- and Ear rcl al. dcbatlnll l\t Cen- l :ur�::\he enter- corelnll Mr. Hl\u!l"an problemll :� 'Kreidler:'·26. The' oo.:.rd me;­ cran College. The pT0jfT8m ope-nf'(! l Pt> v ' Governor HarLley uplM!led the G:��r.::\ ti::: the PerCIval family or- the pli.pe n of our' 'Church schoolll beu remaIning arp.: Solvelg Ryn­ ""ith devotion. follDwoo b�' music by trl\lIa. wo� _�d lost respectively . ....orkUlg of the govemor·.!I office and talnment�rOVlded music. Profe8!lOr were: the de�lrablllty of havlnll 'nlng. '21, recordlng secretary: Alfred Lhe P!re.!llde Male Quartel of Luth- Both dl'!'ls lon� we TI' unanlmou.!l. the duties of the governor. Rul� ch�tra pn�eller told of some he had church news: the need for f.cully Andel"5On, '26. trerJunr; PhUlp E. Thuf.!ld.}· . Mllrch �. our flrs: Brown ...� Iected by the clll.S.!le.!l experienced on hili ml!!.Sthings er Th �togical SCmln.r)·. 10:00 c On que.!i klnary jour- co-operAt.Joll. need for edltor\a.1 �up- Hauge, f.culty repr�ntatlve: Alv.r tlon d!'�alf' ...·as held. :� g�vernor o� lt te. an� for len ros.<;_ and a. m. Professor Thl'Ordc..re HUlLgell· Hageness ervtAlon. and the lack ot staH traln- J. Beck. nd lrfne 'Dahl. '27. f . C. O. OLson. accompanneYIi. Mr. Er c Hauke suppo · m m ult!S dlreete<! the dt'stlll1es of th,· led at the pl.no by Ruth Wersen. Ing. "lk of 5t.. Olaf. a.s spe.ker of tht" Mil sugge.!ltlons for solutlona 0: Plve members are electedieach yeAr �sslon. presen ted "'faith Chrl.!lt the affirmaU\'e of Ule same Fret' common....e.lth. t....o solos. Francl.!i Barr dellv- the&e proble1ll$ were put In th,. for a·term of two years. I qUl!.!itlon qaul.!lt the Unh'er- The clllS$l!s attellded the SC.!ililon_'; lIAng ll.!i our onls Rtodt'emer." He stated Trade <! t.....o readlng.!l whl.Ch. aceordlng handt o� a commlltee, cQllIlsting of ' The purpo5l' of the.Aluanni AMo · .!Ilty of Wa.shlllgton freshman team. of t.he sen.t.! the House_ In the ere that FaIth must be built upon h�is- On e ltor.!l present. at the confer- ·lelatlon Is to keep former "tudent. In to all Indications filled her Il.!iteners the l( t(lrlcal foundations. and that the the hsame0 day at Kdent. Wll.!ihlng- afternoon someI\ndot the students vls- wIth mirth Prof�$l;()r Edwards play- enCl'. who were to work out . pro- close contact with lhe school, and . IConUnued on PIIoC'l' Two) �p:e:: �h; ��S:�v:� :1�;� ���� Iud �e Hall ot JUS I.lce and the cd a PIRn� scio the llU;t num.ber grflm of Impro....ement.'!. to ta"l:e an active part In the work st eo were non-deelsion deb.tes. th� �:�\:��:iI����t:t·JI��h�:;��� ol� ) :e'::;��C� 'WM served with re- bU�le!:���I:: ��:eto:r�� u�:: i�:��eg��t �:�lu:��:Vv: :��� fre hmen·10 Havt" 13 .!Ipeakers held the lnt�rl'.!ited atten- from whIch they had good view of freshmen t.s f the the pro· a turning llreat o afternoon at the deal for close the tor session, schoOl IJj the: tlo f Party · o .1\1arc I1 �� ::.�� �����ct'�f the season Ule .!IUITOun.dlna country. In ttlil m«tlnll:, Mr·. Frisbie put .nd plan to continue Pelpln&" gum. - You':i' L n1r h o l i n;eo\ The clUJ party "'1ll [ m be held tomorroy,' evening. Marf . C a tt; Se�! � :y �:g ::e�a.:� y:::� =1:; e .ry. disc=. 'J r ta..ke place on Frld.y e\·enJng. Narch Ie �.ndlnbuTi �d Ruth NOTiy.rd OO(yJ'ENTION, TOUR A.S f IRST TRIp': have been or., Ul; Moo�: of �I ' I chaptera IO l -U'�� : e be . OUT OF NATIJ'E STATE, ENJOYEI' : �::. i:u:: by general dil· gan: :;;:18a������I� I� �e re:re':::�: �r�:.�e�a;e:���r::�.!I�ta�� ItF Ruth .JaeolN.on A few more friendly goodbY�.!I. some cUl$lon. led by Mr. O. J. 8knlkNd AI"ene Schierm&n illn ch.Tie Normal '. Theolog1cal 8emtnary. Af· of the refreshmenU: Enc H.uke. of Debate.!l with Se.ttle P.clflc COI- For four days I had . .,,'andered more lusty yells And the train pU.lled of LuUler the enlert.a.lnment: Helen Thrane. of lege ';Io'ere cancelled becluse of th.1 about In a daze fearln'l th.t It was out ""Ith \lle gang following on th(' ter th is dllcuall.on. the deJet;aUon ChOIr to Sing \.he decorations:' HArold Wog�berg. liChooJ'.!I withdrawal. from Ule con- all a dream from which I would be run shouting encouragement' Wltll waa dlvldc!\!:l lnto If'OUPf;. Mr. 8t.ank�· At Convention . . Ol the cle� - " p. ference. - , ::1�lea;:�e�e!h�th��dn�:!r :e:� they we� gradually Jett ·behlnd:. :�::�'l::���:a���t:�: ._____ . co A hlngof W ndarl he. out of t bo� l'.!i �' HE ::S ��RE���ED Christian Youth e I:� �::'g:� :�;:�r::c� :� �:� ���� :�;:'Jdt!:,;: ��;n:��,S::� t Mth!' L . wto�!school n :;:� n L. . . IJSSJO .' s SC le an� those w�om 1 had !� "t. · Waldorf jUfollor col�.' In db. accepted U!e tn.vltaUon for:�gi �e choir Conference to Be . u.w�::�:t�:� �t�:. ::1. h U .uther talks on foreign mlIstOOl ,Held 'at Ballard TueJda,:; the day I had been look- = l��! ;�e:O:��e:e :::�!; '�U:Io� O�J�=�� �::��� �':_��v:!�U:II:: . . r« . ��: . gl� en at the meetln&" �f t�� A Chrlstlan Youth Conference will lng forward to. finally .came wl;h wu gotnll on .bout mI!. �use of Ioion of u.nnuals. S4Pport for the comlng trtp 11 In. . t)!. R. held Tuesday. Mi:t Jn be beld at Ballard PInt. Luthe ran therusuaJ lut mlnute rush which - he home of Mrs�T1nge�� e Church I. 2 and 3. . - woman finds necesaary. The t�ln Ule excitement of belnll on the tn.ln Mr' .Rayd n Ron5ha en edl t.o f crea.alllI ' in Tacoma. wlll!re the M ay on taJb were as � O"'·S : . can T N{)rth Pacific Youn&" People , Wn.!i leaving at :0� p. m.: and ther and the newne" of everythlnll. I The �U US: a NI Ul � e�� Ore.ter Tacoma Luthe'ran Paator'a e midnight.