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Open.ing Day Fi�ds Four New Faces Behind Classroom and Office Desks

Four new members have been added to B. A. degtee at the UnivenJty of Nebra,s.. the faculty of Pacific Lutheran Collece ka, Mrs. Johnson continued her work in thls year. They are Mrs. K. A. Holstad. advanced speech t.ra.in1n8" at NorthweIS\:.em Mrs. W. M, Johnson, Dr. J. A, El.son, and University, where abe toot. rraduate wort. the Rev. L. A. B. Nelson. under Dr. �hon�rrer.8he baa done ex­

Mrs. Holstad, who wUl serve as house­ tenalve wOrk with community procrama . and as.sbtant dean ot women, and children's theater projects. comes to p. L. C. from Minneapolis. She Mrs. Johnson served. u �nt to A. mother

was ra1s� In the parsonage of a' pIoneer O. Arnold In the fO!Jndlnc of the Little. pastor In Mlnneso� and attend� schools Country Theater at hl'JO, North Dt.tota, In that state, For many years\ she has and has been aS8OClated. with Ooncordla at the head of various church or­ College. Moorhead., Minnesota. She is

ganizations. She was president of the In. IIvina' at present with her Parents, Mr. ternatlonal Women s Missionary Federa­ and Mm. W. F. Ladwig, in Tacom... Her ' tion for a slx·year period. ThLs year Mrs. husband, E'ruI. Wm. M, Johnson, 18 MIn­ Holstad wlll be giving her full time to ing overseas. her duties at Pacific Lutheran College.

MRS. W, M. JOHNSON

Mrs. Johnson has come to P. L. C. to

teach speech and dramatic!!. She is also

leave of absence from Oustavua AdolphU!'l organizing a debate team, Receiving her College, St. Peter, Minnesota, where he

NOTED VISITORS TO PARTICIPATE IN J UBILEE WEEK The Golden

cific

wa..s also the Department head.

Dr. Elson ha..s had extenalve experience,

both in teaching and research. Be has

traveled on collecting expedJUonI t.h.n>uah-'

Jubilee Campaign of Pa­

Lutheran College will reach

- out the United. States, 8candlnavta, Ger­

cli­

many and the Ban Juan Islands. and baa

max in the festivities planned for Wed­ a.

nesday through SWlday, October 11 to 15.

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evening, with a special rally (or plonee"rs.

The Reverend S. J. N. Ylvtsaker, pastor

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or Our �vlor's Lutheran Church, Stan­ wood. Washington, . will be the speaker. ThUl3daY-l. 'PfOgram

wilt

devoted

be

chiefly to discussion groups. Dr. Carl A'

V. , Lund of Gresham, Oregon. President

of the Columbia Conference of the Au­ gustana Synod..

� bring

the

morning

Dr. J. C. K. Preus,

devotional address.

of MinneapoUs. Director of Education of

the N. L. C. A., the Rev. R. C. Burke of

LoG Angeles. President of the CaUfornia Conlerence, Augustana Synod, and the

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The South Puget Sound Clrcuit of the

Women's

from an operation, but he expects to be

with UJ soon. In the meantime his claases aro. beIniI l&U&llt b.l' ""-� Alcorn _ of the University of Waahlngton. The Rev. L. A. B. Nelson of Clarkston.

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Wash.• holds the dual position of dean Of

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MRS.

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REV. L. A. B. NEL80H

HOLSTAD

N. L. C. A. will be

on Friday morning

F. members of the

nods wtll be guests. .

of

Federation

(Con�

. J uniors Plan Mixer

.save tomorrow night, September 29, for

the

all-school

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b; Daphne

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Hellman and AnIta. Roth

"Come out, come out. wherever you are!" and" scrubbing the step" with toothbrushe"

the And take It from the frash. this command were minor items In the inquisitorial set­ up. in charge of activities was ,p ven in no uncertain terms. The , and afternoon. W. M. Enthusiastic upper.classmen presided s tampeding shout shook the rafters as Sythree cooperating over a. fall house-cleaning campa1gn on Speakers Include Mrs. startled fl"eshles suddenly came to Ufe on the fourth !loor while weary freshmen that unforgettable midnight of SePte';l1�r trudged up and down four flights of stairs OIl Pap 4)

Missionary

mixer

which

the

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class is planning for 7:45 In the recre &tion . room. As part of the program, Mrs. Rhoda. Young, girls' phy.s1cal education

tor. will show movies that she has taken of campus life at PLC. Chairman LilltIln 'lborleifson and her asststants...promJse an

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No modem Paul Reveres were these, Just

_(xu'.er .cost..

Religion Emphasized By Gabrielsen, Miller 'Ibis week has been des.lgnated

pla.1n

85, Re-

11&1005 Emphasis Week at PLC. The Rev: B. T. Gabrielsen, pastor Of the P'tr8t Nor-

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160 student.! h@.ve signed enl'9llment

cards for the fall semester. the rerta­

tra.r's office reportS. Of this number,

132 are women and 28 men. The fresh­

men are far in the lead with 91 mem­

bers-73 women and 18 men. Next in

Une

the sophomores, who claim 26

wome.n and 1 solitary ma.le. Following are

elOISe are the Jun1or8, with 21 women and 5 .men. The senior

count is 11

women and .. men. One special "tudent is enrolled.

nOW'1n

president;

Just as the heallng balm of slumber settled

over

all,

Crash!

Wallop!

At 5:30 in the moming? Yes. and they

¥illtl_

eominp e(!ents

Ingrid

KnUtocin�'

Marte nson,

Ore" �tary: Marian

Prinevill e,

treaaurer; and Bob 1Anon, Tac:oma, ler-

geantr-at.IU"IIla,

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. Sophomore e w.ere aaain "pagIDg _� Jnl:shmen!" .TIIMda,.. 'September � throqb FrIday. humane admonition, surprisingly the 29 _ Religious Empha.s1s Fa� Idaho,- president; September vice-pret1d..mt; oma, Tac Andenoo , "Throw on fomething warm," the frenzied Week. Rev. B. T. Gabrielson of-8eattle Bow, secretary; and Gerry olsoIi, SUver­ freshies' were forced into the fog. and Dr. Samuei MUler of M1nriea.polla. ton, Ore.• �a.surer. The order of the morning was callsthenspeakers. Noon devotions, evening disJunior cla.ss: Doris JurgeSOD. Stanwood, les. G. I. style. ' In other words, double cuasion groups. prealdent; AnnS e Lien. Parkland,' vice­ It remained double time until 29-Junlor mlxer . far president; Marian Butler, Longview. sec­ the outsklrta of Parkland had been I)'ida.,.. September enUre student body. ReCreation room., retary-t�r; and. Albert Kuhn. :we­ hemmed by hand. or, in this 'case. by foot, 7:45 p. m. quah, aera:eant.at-arma, e verything from Dressed, or messed,

time! �

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wegian Lutheran Church In Seattle. gave in the chapel taIka and . led the d1scu.ss1on , groups on Tuesday and Wedneaday. Dr. p� and. peel ed.otlions to laundry bags Wedne3dar. October 12 throqh 811Ddar. Samuel M1Uer,'Dean, of the Lutheran·Bible aDd lamp shades. the embarra.saed. trash October 15-Oolden JubUee Day". More In&t1tute of MInneapolis. was the eb.&pel ·found themselves stopping busses In debilled program elsewhere in paper. a like armed man. honest an f o search speaker th1a morning. He w1ll be on tl),e campus today and. tomorrow and wtll bring modern Dloeenea with a hq,n<!red.watt 8a&ardar. October It-Homecoming, Held In conJuction with Golden Jubilee. globe. Watering"' the lawn with teaapoollS; the chapel -.. In the mornIng, .

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STUDENTS CHOOSE CLASS OFFICERS

upper-cla.s.smen.

which! Blngo! Guess who? .The upper-classmenl

the charge of 10 cents will be ma.de to

with boards and bedsprings.

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B,ut all good. and bad. things must come Sound to an end. And in spite of weary windsleepers were ruthlessly dum ped. from their. pipes and moaning muscles the trash &1With the election of claaI offleera. stu­ bunks. Bewildered frosJl, found themselves lowed themselves to be drawn to a twt­ full awtna. 'lbe escorted to the ... �rt of Calamities," light bonfire. Now full-fledged members dent affairs are Ha.1rpins. smirlts, and bright remarks were at p. L. C.'s "one big family" they Jolhed o!ficlal count showed the follow1ng elec­ returns: tion strictly taboo as those in question heard their votces in the s1ng1ng or the beloved Freahman class: Ivar P1hl, Bothell, p� the fatal pronouncements of their Day of "Alma Mater" which now belOngs to them. Ident; Gerhard Ro4tn, Castle Hoek. vice­ Doom.

but

evemng of fun and entertainment to all. again

Refreshments will be served, for

In

Dr. Elso n has been unable to conduct hls classes a.s yet, as he 18 recuperaUng

OR I WANT MY MAMA o �,,;:� &Lu�';e:: �h::''';:'In°I'Se�:tleQU::' WE LOVE THE UPPERCLASSMEN speak at the later meetings.

articles

scientific

numerous

current sclerice Journal&.

The JubUee program opens Wednesday.

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Dr, J. A. Elson, who wUl head the De.

partment o� Biology here this year, is on

Senior elus: Mlldred' Brodland, Tac0ma, prealdent: Annabelle B�tol. East StanwoOd, v1ce-prea1dent:.aDd Pern Erick": . son. Poulsbo, secretary-treuialer.' The len� ion, beJ.na:

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well .

� no need Of

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behaved.

decided they

ae�t-at-arma.

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- mlJr tiIloDring .sf Paelnc Lutben.n

PubUIb.ed eomy two weeki durtnc

the ICbool year

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OOllece.

Telephone:

Don GlIbertMn. �x '43, who was personnel director at the

GRanIte 8811

Entered as eec:crui claM matter, October 2, 1925, at the Post oatce at Partland. WashJnstOn, und.er the Act of

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CO-EDITORS .

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Address:

B. OUbe-rt.!tm. A.

Co.

USNTC, ",rragut, Idaho.

A baby son, Robert Eupne. was born to

member or the la.st gnlduatlng class of PLHB

Karl Baehner,

Associate Editor .. Ad\1ser .

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Since the last issue �f the :U:M.. Eleanor

Camp Waldron, S m ar- . tevens, who' li in the service. rlage took place on the 25th of lIlay.

Lt. J.,. E. and Mrs. Torpt (the former Ella M. ,Swanson. ex '42)' or 'nllamook.

I this sprlng. Is stationed In Floi1d a.. Karl Alvin Bachner. 8 2/0, A.NJTA STUEN, ALlC,E BRUDIE I·Box 18, Platoon 355. U. S. Naval Air StaUon, Jacbonvllle, ..... t . ..... ........ . Florida.

EDITOIllAL 8TAI"I"

AllIIIHI i

by

om 4r-. Ul _ , ...n""" ..lD...""" ; y; .; ...;.;; =::..:=� �Y�-"'-Ja �� :: ... ''! :::::';;:;;:OI:;:-;I ;;pI�:;; ----:- -"'u"'''-'''eu�_ I.OO�per O. 8., 771-44, IWdentl of 1

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Il(... m.n' ot ..... Inna Norlh. Fred MlDer, ex '43, la sUII on the reeuperaUng list. follow!?, ex '41, t o Howar d. B. Willes o� OrUnr wa.s BUSINESS STAFF a long service In the South Pacific. He can be t!! ached. at p, O. announced on June e. ............ .DOROTBY NIEMAN Box 286, AAF Convalescent .Center, n. George Wright. Wash.' BUSINESS MAN AGER .:.. Lt. (ex '41) and Mrs. R. H. Clark (Bar· A.ss1.stant Maila�r . Marian Butler Ington. Fred vlsited the campus with se�raJ buddi es the first .. . . .. bar. Xavier, ex '40) became the parenla ..............................Inga Johnson week of school. Business Secretary . of a bor' Larry Robert, on June D. . Cortnne Erickson Ad\·ertl.s1ng Manager Ctrc�aUon

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F\)nne r hlah school studenta at PlJIS will be Interested to ...........CeceUa Oardlln . • ..Annabelle Blrkestol know that their last year student body prexy ls now InQrace Btrkestol C8.1lfomia In the Army Air Corps. Address: P't't. C, W. BWinphal jolned the Navy. Another Stuen SoUclton: Margie Carlson, Grace Oulhaugen, Oul- ler. 32918861, SecUon L, Flight A., 3 033 &AAF, Bue Uni t·, El1nbetb Stuen '38 .Ieft Bunday 8eptemhaugen, Jocelyn Lynne, Ruth BJerltan. and NaomJ stockton Fleld, CaUfomla. ber 17, for HlDl �r New York, the J. uen . ... Advlae, ........ . .. . ........... . . .... .. . .. S .. .. .... . . ... . .... .

Rumohr l u. � 0

Servicemen's ClrculatJon

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To all fellow-student.!!, a hearty hello! SOme of you are old

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I t's a Navy F�i1y

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A. T. Co" 15' h In!"

APO 3.

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Couere, �=,::-::,:' .'.':d'::'a�

W

ot the educaN. Y., is now . with the UnJted St&tes forces In Sout ·hem tlon department het!!. In 1M3 !he re­ I France. Marv has been In the aervlce over a year. He was as- celved a B. A. degree after studytna dur­ I soclate edItor of the M.M. when he left .a. year ago last spring' ing the summer .sewons. She taught j SInce that time he has: been wounded twice, and has seen .school for four yea n and for . the put action in North Africa, Sicily, Italy, and now In France. year had been working In Tacoma.

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The other Stuens In the Navy are Lt.

studes. but more are new. We of the MOOring Mast wish to

During the summer Ed Saruhll", ex '44., fIntshed HospItal John Stuen, '36. Navy air corps, and Mark School at �rragut and was transferred to the Hospital Stuen, '43, V-I2. Marquette Medlcal exten�ed to you. We mean It when 'We say we're glad to see Corps of the Naval Hospital at Oreat Law, ro, Address: Edwin School, Milwaukee, Wi&. Staff you! E. Sandvtg, HA lie, us Naval Hospital Staff, Oreat Lakes, In. add our welcome to the fel1cltatlons which have already been

With thls school year PLC is entering on the 51st year of

Co-eds Head good years llc behind us: and we are con­ Herb Nlenatedt, ex '44., completed "boot camp" this summer rtdent. by t.ne grace of God, even greater years lie ahead. We and vlslted at PLC several days in JulY. He ls now attending Mooring Mast are prlvtle(� to be the students at the beginning of thls Hoepltal Corps School at Farragut. Address: Herben Nlenstedt, Thls year, for the first time In 114 recond hAlf-century. It is not an empty phrase when we say S 2/c, Class 6-45, Hospital Corps School, Farragut, Idaho. hlstory, the Mooring Mast will be run on her exlstence Fifty

we are

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eb ,

favored group, for certainly there are many young

people who would Uke to be tn college with

class elsewhere. We

are

u.s

today whom duty

Gordon HUlI

thInkJng especially of Ulose who are

MOW

1-44.,

When those who are temporarily absent return, they want a keep

our

book.

We must rMPROVE our

do it, but that Is aU the more reason why we must do It. Although the men have not altogether dlsappeared from our

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S. N.

R.

lett PBrkl&nd on Thesday, September

to Join Uncle Sam's naval forCf:s. Address: Jerrol

campus ute. not let it go backward. 'I1le t!! are fewer of us to campus, the women outnumber them 5 to

R.,

JerTOl Enp, ex

Box

18,

are

Alice

Alice, a Sophomore, ls an active mem.

ber of L.D.R .. W.A.A., A. W.8. , and

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activities functioning and not let them die out, or worse. be­ come mere names in our year

Brudle and Anita Stuen.

Destroyer Base, San Diego, Cal1fomia.

navy.

and

orga.nlta.t101ls

chosen by the faculty for this JOb

waa with the na.vy forces that In­

PtreMiSsIon

� �e: �: t;: ::::a�� ��. � : vice-president of

sIde. She was

iety the S., LeI (L) 632, 43 c/o Fle et. P. O., Soc ErWp Dick Lan,-&.on, r t San Fl'ancl..sco, ex '43. He ls with the amphibiOUs forces of the

We can keep alIve the traditions and ideals that are POO. col1eg>e. We must

'41,

dress: Enatgn Oordon Huseby, Fleet Ftre Control School, Class

gtvlng more for us than we can ever hope to gtve in mum. . them our appreciation? What can we do to

living, active

a joint-edItorship b&!ils. The two students

ex

vaded Salpan. He was home on leave a '!hort Ume ago. Ad­

fighting our war on the world's battlefronts, and those who ate functioning in needed capaclUeo on the homefront. Tbey are

y

tlrat

semester

of

UK3-44. ew

te

donn elrl. Anita . a Junior, Is a member of the Vlk­

12,

ing Club. She was secretary of

Enge,

year, and Is treasurer of the

U. S. Naval Station, Jacksonville,

year.

she

year

Last

on May

attendant

waa

. , Day

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and

LDR.

laat

S. th1I

8oph�

served as

director for the ach09 1

assistant to the

It's up to you

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Pvt. Arthur Bacauon, ex '42, Is stationed In M1sslss1ppl. play. Anita 18 a day atudent. Lute lassies to hustle most of the fuel to keep t.he home fires Address: Pvt. Arthur Bagauon, 3704, AAF Ba.se UnJt. Section Both girls wet!! on the editorial staff bumIng, not only for the present PLe, but for the PLC of the Box 417, Keeler Fteld, M1M1sslppl. N, . of the Mooring Mast last year. future.

When

registration figures were

tabulated

the freshman clas6 includes more than

body .

we

that

learned

New address of Robert

halt of the student

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Freshmen, this Is a. challenge to you r Come out and fiU

the rankSl

PLC'., activ1ties at!! YOUR

Inf. Co. A,

Ma.riln, ex '36, is: Prc. APO 15416, c/o P. M.,

re-

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Robert Martin N. Y.

Fa1es MartIn, ex '40, I..s In a. ra.ll way bataUon overseas. Ad Ilgtous, musical, Uterary, dramattc-to· name o y some-all dress: Prc. Fales Martin, 39145480, Co. C-735 Rlwy. Opm Bn these organlzattons are open to you. M ak e them your own, and APO 5942,. c/o P. M., N. Y. ,, be funcUoning members. not Just "among those belonging,

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M. Krueger, vUle,

Kamas.

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was first. reported in May and was verifIed i n

Tacoma.

July by his

Robert Lanoo, who waa recently released from the anned Is back at PLC f1n1.shlng the laat halt of h1.s ft'06h year

He was Ih-the service aBout

a

year

'n'aIn1ng Center, Corpus ChrisU, and wu eommlsa1oned an in the U. 8. Naval Reserve. Oua vialted the campus the . . "n' week ot ""'001.

En.s1gn

LIoJd M. Nrh.. has been &MJen� by the Navy to be part of the froeb claM: whJch is at� the School' of Medicine a t the Uhivera1ty of Alabama.. LlOYd wu a pre·med.lca stUdent when he J�ft here as . • sophomore In the apt1ng of 1M3. "

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COLLEGE HAIRCUTS

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. I .Seoood U. 0-.. B. ....... 1M1 """ua�.ot PLC. ..... resquadron leader e th A.ir Me:dal. Be Is now a awarded' Lt. O. Broc, 0-758304, flylng- a Plylnl-Portrea& Addrea:a <23"rd Bomb 8qd" 300 Bomb OrouP. APO 047. c/o P . .... N. Y.. N. Y. '. I

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SCHOOL SUPPLIES- aDd

has a new addreSS: Cpt. Fred

Three gold stars were added to P.L.C.'s honor ron during the summer. Hup Swauon. (.see story elsewhere in the paper) AI BoclYlc. and John CraIi" Jom.on gave thetr Uvea in the service of t2leir country. AI BoeIv1g, ex '43, waa killed on the battl efront of the Amertcan Army in· Italy in July. John CraIg Johnson, ex '43, was reported ml.sa1ng in Dec 1943. lib death

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September. · lNt

COACH OLSON TRAINS 1944 GRID SQUAD

-:CLlJB NOTES:�-

rom a Frosh Diary I

Sept. 9--Have you ever felt that Uttle

PLC gridiron men are·on the 10 aplnl Ilow ot excitement that comes Just before DELTA. PHI KAPPA L. D. R. Coach Clift Olson hopes to have his 13 openIna a lift? 'If you have, you'll know . All ee Kaaland, Pre8ldent of the Delta St.art.1ric _out the new year under the man dlrecUoo of Prelldent Euiuce 'I'orVenC1. to 8Q read.y tackle ita ttnt sam ilii&Or"UiemIlnr---r--tla:d-before !hi..Jtapp&.-doon1toQt- 81r1L.OJ:P.U..1a:

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opponent the end of next �k.. Games v.1th Vau atm an d other tams are In the orn nl. Ourlna the put two weeks

coming to collee-e. It was like a. pack. hu anno u nced Ute namN Df officers chos. e1eeted. tem ber 22, and c boee \.he other that I'd heard of and that had �n de- en at .. m� held In the �ption day ; Sep hoo t year. scrt btod vividly. but was SOUl,thinl that I" room Thursday. September 14. The rol- ort icera fol' thla ac has bIeen putting his men throuah most oC must open and see for my.self to really lowing were electfl1: Doris Jurgenson, vice The foUowln& were elect ed.: vice pree l­ the vtsor9us football tra1n1ng that . een; secretary. Leta prea.ldent; Anna Anderson, secretary; Dot- dent. Rumohr Oulhtu his know. famous· L1tUe Ali-American men went Sept. 12-I"m opening the package now, othy Nieman, treasurer; Daphne Hellman, Met zan; treasurer, RoUt JohnIJon, ·and h1ltorillUl, Vedla Hu..sebOe. PrMldent Tor­ through, several years· ago. altbQuah pracand so far am not dbappolnt.ed.. Such fire chief; �Ua Ann GardUn, senl� tice hours are .somewhat llmlted. se or vend expla.lned the work of the L. S. A. minor things as tracking down stray' repre ntative; Carolyn.- Hawley. j uni . Two representatives, Dorotlly Members of the squad are Gordon OanQ, CoWlCU teachers or claurooms, only add to the representative; Gerry Ol5on, sophomore Rosin, Ed. Brendt, IV&r" Plhl, Bob ul l- Rasmuaeen and Joan Satern, were elected general air of excttement. (although rll repreaentatlye; and Afton Hjelm, fr to this poeIUon. Laraon, Lar son, Walt Lopdon, Erl feel qual1f1ed for FBI work if there 15 man representative. . . The L. D. . meets on�e each month at Nordeng, Ru ss Murray, Lee Fo!som Ray A short meeting was held September much more 5leuthtng to do). , R the home of some faculty member . Mrs. Brunner, Wa�n Jaech, and. Red Radlnrules time which of at tions 22 a re8lJ..i and Sept. If-The donnitory bears a strong M1&a J. P. Pflue(el' 11 the adytser. Uy'resemblance to a beehive, judging by the the dormitory were d15cussed I fervent actlYity golnl on within It. I don't Blomquist. Dean of Women.

Coach

Oerh&rd

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PLC-I TES SKATE AT AWS ROLLER PARTY A

good

turnout

of PLetta and

friends; attended the

sk&t1na

their

party spon-

sored by the �ws at the Roller Bowl in SouUl Tacoma last Friday night. Anna · Anderson and Eunice Tonend bo6sed the affair, Joan Satem and Dorothea otsiedal

I

know

about the

honey

yet, but there's

. plenty of buzzing around.

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A skatinl party wUl be placed on .the The ornclal roster for the A.s8OClated P. K. social calendar in the near future. W omen Students 1nclud� the foUOWln,

D.

Sept. 2O-AIthoUgh '1 feel that Freshman Composltion is taught fQr the purpose of FIRESI�E

keeping Freshmen humbl�, I like all my Officers were elf"Cted at the fit'$t Firesubjects. The teachers seem to want to side· meeting of the year, held Sunday

A.. W, s. names: ret.ary·; Hopp,

make Ule courses as interesUng as po&Sible. eveninK", september 24, in the reception In case thi.s sounds as If I were lookJng room. GeraJdine Olson led in openln, de-

MlUion BoUman, president; Nora

Kjesbu. vice-president; Janet Hauge,

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Anit& Stuen, treaaurer, MJriam

advertl51ng

Blomqu1st, adviser.

manager;

and

. :Miss

The purpose. of the ol'l"an1utlon is to An- coordinate all the girls' activities on the has charge of the tickets, Betty Christenlet me put it in the record right now that derson, president; Gerha.rd Ro61n, vice- CampWl. Every tltrl attendinK" collelie a.u­ sen care of the transportation, Mlr- they 're the same bright Kelly green that pre&ldent; Sk.1lbred, secretary- tomatlcally becomes a member. The locaJ Norene ·Iam Hopp managed the advert1S.1ng:, and any other Freshman wears treasurer; and Gordon Gano, fire-chief. \ A. W. S. b affiliated. with the National Miss Blomquist and Mrs. YOWlg kept an IYar P1hl was named in charge of Candle- organization. eye on the skaters. lighting for chapel, and Geraldine Olson ) (ConUnuec\ lrom Pace 1) The A. W. S. social calendar Includes men and assistant to the preslde.nt. He and Eunice TorYend were elected LSA the annuBl sister tea In the fall, a Chr1lt-

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received his A. B. degree at St. Olaf College and

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Lundbe rg Drug

oy er the campus with rose-colored glasses, votlons, The

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WOMENS A'I1lLETIC

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and their two Events sponsored by the Women's Athsons. Paul and James, occupy the south letlc Association wlll star.t the last week end apartment tn the 14ain BuU dlng, of September. Mrs, Young, women'a ath-

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Your portrait--the lift that. qnly YOU can give

IleYball,

basketball,

captalnball,

tennis, badminton, and

golf.

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with a project, and the high school tea

lin the spring to In�rest hilh school stu-

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lettc director, urges all g1.rlil to turn ouL

This year the :::ports offered include

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dents in PacUlc Lu�heran College. The 0rganlzatJon plans to provide one social

activity a month,

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baseball, 01 Betty Clll'Utenson, preSident. and Nora Kjesbu,

day afternoons from 3:45 to 5:00. Every

with Alice Kaaland as yice-president. Orflcers

elected

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FORMER PRESIDENT JOINS LUTHER STAFF

Dr. O. A. Ttngelslad·, President of Pa­ Lutheran College 1943,

has

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27.

EASTJ'OLD MAKES T�IP

President S. C. EMtvold returned this

week · from a short trip to Eastern Wash­ ington and Idaho which he made in the

for the

15

years

He wlU

Since his

1943,

also

resignation here on July

Dr. Tlngelstad has been doing

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soon.

head the Philosophy Department at Luth­

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gathered. for the

Wednesda.y, September 13. Mildred Brod­

girl who Is present regulB:.rJ>' ls a club land was elected. treasurer, Annle Lien, ember, and a ietter can · b e ea rned tor corresponding secretary, and Janet HaUle, m a year's parUcJpatJon In any sport. CeceUa record1nK" secretary. Mrs. Irene Ha�neq Gard.1Jn a.t I!�nt hea�s the organ1z&tlon was chosen as adviser. .

preceeding

"Shadowgraph" pOio,!rait_ Call MA.

ylce-pre&1dent,

Turn out time ls Tuesday and Thurs -I first time this year in the Day-Room,

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PLC ON THE AIR

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Choir. Looking Ahead

FACULTY; STUDENTS

- PLC is going on the air at a new hour To Interesting Year MEET AT RECEPTION 'and over a ditfe�nt station this year. 54 members have been registered In the The PLC facul�y formally welcomed. this Replacing the daily 15 minute morning n _ m�urpr1sing � �.t ,e��� Choir of the West out of 71 try-outs. year's students into the colleae family l b�cas�er KTBI Is a half hOUT pro� appenea to me w&.st.O" be electea stiiaent gram every S unday evenIng from- 8T30- whJeh-rnea.m-that-a eonsiderabl� par t.--ol with-a-reoepl,Jon-beld-Wedneld.a,)t....a w___ Body President." so I.n.s1sts Agnes Mylt- to 9 00 oYer KVI The greater coverage our student body is Interested In vocal lng. September 13. In the recreation room Dean H 0 Ronnlna was master of of the latt.er station together w:th the m USiC this year More than half of the land. first girl to be chosen stdi:!ent group-23 girls and 7 boys---sang in last ceremonies for the short proaram Jlven president at PLC Agnes. who 1s a Junior, I advantage of the evening period as a choLr s year faculty members, In which President by the for reason the Is hour listenlng comes trom the lIWe town of uah The malE' section has tifteen volc�, aug- S C EastvoJd pve the welcom.1nC speech change She L"I following In her father's footsteps al of mented by 5 alto-tenors Most of the boys l\4r8� Mabel Mets DUts, votce instructor' at Prof G J M mln is In by preparing to teach history and math- m usic for the programs and Dr S .C in school tried out. and most of the try- I PLC, s&na' two solos, accompanied by Mrs I G J Yalmln The popular trio-label ematics in Junior HIgh Schoo l Bec ause East\iold has been the speaker for the outs were prompUy accepted The Golden Jubilee is: the fLrst of many Harstad, Eleanor Eutvokl, and. Ellu.beth of tter desire to work With young people first three programs. Stuen -ang several numbers. They were I events that will require choLr part�clpashe decided upon this career. I aceompanied by Mrs. RhOda- Younr. tion. Radio broadcasting over KVI GOLDEN JUBILEE Presldent Mykland has participated in be an Important part of the chOLr work. (Continued from Pap 1) . many activities and held many offices The plans to date call for a toUT of the here In the. last two year s Among them H. M. Normann of Arnegard, N. 0.. Na. Hugo Swanson. Killed North Puget Bound area In the spring. are: Fireside. vice-presiden�: LD.R.. vlce-' tional President of the W.M.F. of the N.

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d I O Waltz" by Chenoweth. played TRIC KS· JO K ES - MACIC by Miriam Hopp. and two ,ooal "Ieotlons I presented by Isabel Harstad. accompanied by Mrs. Rh oda Young. Ursula MacDonald. Costumes - Tuxedos - 8erpenltbn graduate of P. L. C.• now �achlng in Parkland, gave the girls some advice on 9261,i Broadway MA.ln 4861 college lire, Group singing under the dl- I reetlon of Mat{lon Soltman and Ruth [jI'----:----------.<il Jensen concluded the program. COmmittees for the tea, appointed at an officers' meetlng in Seattle during the summer, were as follows: Lunch Commit­ tee-Nora KJesbu, Annabelle Blritestal, lnga Johnson, Lillian ThorleifSQn, Allee Kaaland. Ardis Severson; DecoraUonsAnita Stuen, Agnes Mykland; Eunice ORCHARD HRL Towend; Clee.n-up Committee - .:Janet Hauge, Barbara Newton, Ruth Jensen, on Spanaway Bus Llnt: Ruth Towe, Margie Carlson; Program­ Marian Boltman. Miriam Hopp, and Betty Christenson.

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VOL. 22

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FORMER PLCite s TO BE WELCOMED AT HOMECOMING

College Heads; Past and Present

PLC Celebrates . Golden Jubilee ·

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Bo'rroWlng quaInt dresses from obliging ancestors. homecomers. Including alumni students and fMends, w1l1 begin festivlties with a parade n�xt Saturday. October 14 . �gtnning at 12:� p. m the parade, ! . with all Its horse and buggy trappings. , wtu wend Its way about Parkland, reminding inhabitants of the Golden JubUee

PLC's Golden JubUee Day� oPen� last. night with a apecial "Rally 8esa101\ (or

Pioneers" at. the College church. 'nre Rev. O. L. Haavlk, ps.ator of Ballard Pint·

which climaxes 50 years of our existence ! a school. Chalnnan of this event is Dorothy Rasmussen.

Lutheran Church, Seattle. was chairman for the evening. The Bev. 8. J. R Ylvi:saker. pastor of Our Savior's Lutheran

8.S

The front hall or "Old Main" wlll be the scene or an inronnal tea beginning

Church, Stanwood, delivered an address· 'on "Ohristlan Education on the� Pacini:

at three. At this time lhe dormitory rooms will be open ror inspection. Hostess-

Coast through FUty Yel!-rs." The Rev. Carl H. 8kndgre�. putor of Gethsemane 'LuUleran Church, 8ea.tUe,

will be 10 the halls to greet the visitors

and show them through the bUilding. e a g a t � SC:du1e : �qu ' ' �mf:� ! : 30�0;:::i erve i the t College Dining Hall. Anna Anderson and

Dorothy Neiman have charge of the pro-

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er a.nd. tlnt prftldent or the then called heirlc' Lutheran University,

E VEN ING CLA SS ELS GET UNDER WAY

gram, which will be announced by Toastmist..... Agnes Mykland.

Greetings will be brought by A,tlng

Mayor V. Fawcett, and Mrs. C. C. Pratt, Head of the Presidents' Council of Ser-

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Langlie to Speak.

AI Salur d8y Ban'luel

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No. 2

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Dr. S, C. Eashold• . prtRnt ad-

mlnlstrator of

Pacific .Lutheran

CoUere,

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Torve nd, Larson Ele cte d Saga He ads

was chaIrman for this morning's exercises. and Dr. Carl A. V. Lund of Gresham, Oregon, President or the Columbia Conrerence, Augustana Synod, gave the devotlonal address. At the 10:30 meeting t.he Rev. A. R. M. Kettner, Palltor of

Luth., Memorial Chur,h. Taooma, ..rved .. ,hAlrman, and the Rev. E. C. Knorr. pa.8tor or Queen Anne Lutheran Chtp'ch, Eunice Torvend and Bob Larson will Seattle, spoke on "A Sociological APPT08.ch be this yenr·, Saga edlto, and busln... to Problems of l"amUy Adjustments," _

Courses In English, Speech, Education, History. Physical Education and Art are offered In the evening classes which be- manager, the ballot box revealed after after which a dl&cusslon was held. gan thLs week. Classes Rre held weekday ye.sterday·s \'otlng. PrflIS to Speu' to 9 P m or 8aturevenings from 7 Eunice; a. junior in the liberal arts dlThis afternoon's program beglna a.t by visitors and rrtends day mornings from 9 30 to 11 30 a m vision from Silverton Oregon, has been 2:00. with Dr. H. L. POM, President of the MU61c wlll be furnished by Grace and POUcriHng is a lISt o[ course ofrerlngs active In campus arta l rs. She served paclflc District of' the N. L. C. A., acting _ .�rer_ ....yI . RpmohrOul4!Y@. I�e lentz end the, £-&1'*.!n;,,- Con�tery JUe L � LDg rg h lrf!..... l_ a l... A . � ::to- . hH> · Qn pnd PI' J C K pr,,,, .Pl­ . rn . . orchestra. A study of the main trends In recent �entatlve. AWS pUblicity manaKer, 8oph. rector or Education, N. L. C. A., MJnne c1os1ng a tightly packe4 schedule. the : E!nelish and American literature. Thr�e OJ86S preaident, an:d played one of the apolls, deUverlng the main addreu on homecomers will repair to Trlnll-y Church ; cr��J!. hpurs. Dr. Herbert Ranllon, �urs- I��ng roles In Ule aU-school play "Christian Higher Education Between at 8 o'clock, where they wUl listen to a ' day evening. !�"Brother Goose." TflU: yeai'" Eunice Is and-Tomorrow," � 'l'biI- eYen1n&-._.. speech by Washington's Governor ArthUr Speech 110: Dramatic Production. BMlc LOR pre81dent and has charge of the stu- at 7 : 45 Mr. A, A. Mykla.nd, Supt. or Public

PhYSi�

vice OrganltatIOn!,. OtLs Grande. '38. now director of EduCJltloh at the Y. M. C.' A., will bring greetings from the Alumni Brier messages 'will be brought

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I principles of producing and directing the Chrlsttan College In our Democracy." i plays. Make-up, acting. orgRnLzatlon, 0

B. Lal)glle. H15 subject is "The Place or

e{lHfiNg 8veNts

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Thursday, Oct. 12-Meetings at 2:00 p.

p. m.. followed by dIscussion

Friday, Oct. 13-Morn1og and afternoon sessions under

the NLCA.

coming

.

Address by the Hon. Arthur B. LangUe,

governor 'of the state of Washington,

at 8:00 p. m. La TrlnJty ,Church. -8u1\lI&y. · Oet. 15-8:00 It: in. . co�un1on

Ser:vtce. in

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Pra.nklln Thompson, and Dr. S� C.

Eastv9ld, spea.ke!,$. lkL

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recre�tiori

EASTJ10LDS ENT�RTAIN STUDENTS;A,,.T HOME JunJon,

P. L. c. BoPhom·ores. and Seniors were the guests or Dr. and Mrs. S: C_ Eastvold last Sunday eve�g, alter I the P. L. C. radio program. Dr. Eastvold gave

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short w8leom1ng talk ' which

followed b)' �group.. .

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testimon1a.l.s,

. informal talki &Ild ..�tJng." The fresh· men were entertained at the President's

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Pare ')

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Sat1ll'day,

on

Swedish at PLC.-'

i WHEN THE GOOD, OLD DAYS WERE NEW

Co:nvention service. . . _ 3:00 p. m. Clo&1na session at 'I'rlnl-ty ; Church. Dr. Lee · Paul Bles, Dr. &.1 Friday.

(Continued

dent chapel programs. Robert Larson. second

t.l\'

the previOU5. S� · evening.

Ec;lYtn 'I'lqelstad. proreMOr in edu­

cation,

now on leave at �LC.

Wal

rradaated from PLC in Ute rood old day. - - - 1909 '1.0 be eaact • - - wben . course. bOre f�dable UUes, atDdy

W M F Day

October 13, mlsht be called' . and '·Ladlee· Dny'· because the momln j ., afternoon sessions are under the a�plcell or the South puget SOund Circuit struggled In h15 elocution class to strike of the Women's Missionary Federation of a fa10t spark from our un1magtnattve the N. L. C. A. with the W. M. P. met:n­ souls 'or to drill a. trifle of grace into our bers of the three cooperatlns 'Synoda as clumsy movements. And again I see him guests. MrR. P. �. HoU o� Tacoma, P;r;eS�f r y P ����c ��:e� � :���; :! ���e� dent, South Puget Sound C1r�w�, wl� :� chalnnan for the day,. , ,RegtatratiOP �le m., . followed �y the �p..:�!i�hi: gins at 9 : 80 a. �:! :':I�I:al�=� ing sermon brought by the Rev. Carr E. vest, reverently reading the SCripture.s to . Rydell, pastor•. FirSt i.�P.l'� us on Sunday. mornings in his beautUul Augustana. Bynod. Tacoma· �e . voice which he Used with such artistrY. Raslon will begIn a.t , 10:15 Ii.' �i., �� "!':t . And once more I hear h1m as he 'exhorts ll:OO Mrs. H. M. . No�n of ��d, " us to use our ttme dllJgenUy, to refrain North Dakota, President of the Women's rrom conduct unbecOming ChrIstian young (COUUDaed. on Pale .) men and women, or deep In one of those . �• . ' ." : , intimate talks which lett on· the young an ;' Impression never to - be rorgotten. .J �s. ·t 'Make

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9:3O · · a.. m,' Youth seni� at church.

Yemrday-

Schools at Issaquah, wlll be chairman and half rreshman the Rev. R. C. Burke, . Preaident, Callfrom Tacoma, attended PLC In '43 and romla Conference, Auguatana Sync;K1, LoIS I1ghtlng, scenery. costumes. One or , credit hours. Mrs. Carol Ladwig Johnson. left to serve in the army. Bob's rather, An geles. California., wlll dlsCusa "What the the Rev. E. A. Larson Is the Instructor In Church Expects or the Christian COllege." ! Thursday evening.

auspices of W.M.F. of !

Sa�. Oct. It-Foundation Day. HomeBa.nquet In College Dining Hall at 5,30.

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better repair back in l909; � pra1rl At ntton haysea.teral � ba.Yrld�, .spoo'1' bours were I�P.I" a.nd rirorous. and I were open to wander where fancy listed!; so by the freahmen, will be 00 the . eampa actlvU.les consisted �D'" of . t.h.e--o!d lItreet car -:attled noLsUy with� calendar for Prtday, October. 20. 'J'h!8 . wID IJ&etary Lea.pea; and de�Unr 50sinuous turns to ' Tacoma, "The City 01 be an authentic Jaunt w1th �. hay deU.es. Yoar ed.Iton uked him to Destiny"; Seattle beclwned to Its Alaska and wagons. 'The Wqo"" ,...w I�ave � . "remember back wben" &s a .�Ial Yukon Pacific Exposition ; the and campus at 4:30 en route to Lake S�· holDecoa:Iln&" aDd GoIdt-n Jubllee rea­ the Indlanapolls plowed their watery fur- a.way, where a .wemer a.nq marshmallow ture. Re're' It la. and we hope you'D rows exposition-ward ; Oregonians risked roast will be' the order. of the eVen1n&", enjoy It u' mucb .. we did. riding the. train to Tacoma. despite its Faculty guests wUl tte. M1sa ,B��, "One, Two; One, Two"-"WrIl!t leads; plunge ,unto the old Kalama.-Ooble ferry; Mrs. Young, and '.Mrs. JohnaOn, Comm1� pastors came' froUl their· scattered tees In charge of uie bayfeat are Naomi young: wt1at leads." " Roll on, thou deep and dark ; blue ocean; ROLI.." "Great is Diana or lJttle COUDtry . par1B.hes to viait "Parkland �I 'and Roy lAu'aoo.. ;tranapor1.f.t.1on . the Epheslansl" 'Yes, I can hear him �d .stolen"; ladies' aids put on lut.ef1ak sup- Lois ToWeldt and. Ardys Brecivold. ,tOC¥l; pen for the benefit of "our dear · :schOOl," Alma Heen aJld. Arno St.elno. UckeY; see him yet.. that dtgn11'led, stem. yet Itlndly and JUlt teacher of oU1'5 a.way and t.he sptrlt of sacrlt1ee burned brtahtly Telma Metzger. pubUcI�y ;' aJSC1 !var �.. (ContiDaed. 011 Pap -I) leneral cha.lnnan. bact there thirty-five YM ' ago as he

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Rumohr Gulhaugen, Joselyn Lynne, S� hili Polliio. ex '43, tormer Pacl!lc baa1s and he 11 a1lo a member ot . the Ruth Bjerkan. and Naomi Trussell. I : Lutheran College tootball and basltetb&ll C.lover Park teaching staft. I Adviser .. . .. . ... .0. J. Stuen ' star, was wounded In action In France I John Johnson, '31, resigned hla �September 13, according to a letter re. tion at McKenna and la 'now principal at. .,._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I celved trom him by Coach CUft Olson. €learlake School. Mrs. Johrulon (Emma Kaaland. '31) and , Paul said. that he WIUI hJt In the lett leg above the knee but that til....; wound ap husband have a turkey farm In Burllngton. peared. to be healing all ¢ght He also . i expressed the desire to feturn to "the John Laragaard, 'oW. and Juleen MatMeanwhUe Columbia College was toundThe ye,ar is 1890. A m�n thoroughly good old USA In the not,./ too distant tu tern, 'tt, are studying at Luther Theologl­ convinced that Christian educatJon is the ed at Everett, Wa..s.tUngton. by the United ture." Address: Sgt. Paul Pollllo, 19145997, cal Seminary, St. Paul. Johnny wu lut ra cornerstone of democracy comes to the Co. H.. 16th Int.. APOI, c/o PostlIUlBter ye � . .ar's student body president. ; b 8 t e s Lelf C. Klippen, '33, returned to the New -:ork, New York. West. He is the Reverend Bjug A. Har- Fo r eight years these two schools were Two uniformed ex PLCltes were vLsltors educational system thla tall and Is the stad. a builder and a man of visIon. One operated by their respective church bodies, the campus last. Friday and the tlrst principal ot Collins Grade School. of his granddaughters, Isabel Harstad, but In 1917 the groups united. This led Erwin Da.mmel, '37, also returned to " \ : w thIS week-Harty, Hoff, ex '43, and Is with us now. to the amalgamation ot the t.wo Institualdo Eletson. ex '43. Harty was a former teaching this fall. He Is teaching at. Mid­ I �19, sent. the students of Pa- I from tlons and In 1918 �e Reverend Harstad was . ure writer for the land. Mrs. oammel, "35, La Charlotte rt.s editor and tea\ Minnesota to aid In establishing a Chris- cltlc Lutheran Academy were transterred rlng Mast. He Is now on an amphlb Gottschalk. tlan school on the Pacific Coast. At a to Columbia: College. The next year both I oo Rev. Lloyd Rot!, '35, I.s pa.stor at First IOUS tIying ship which dtrect.s the am conterence In Seattle a site In Tacoma schools were' ClO8ed. pending permanent I phlblous operations during an invasion. PresbyterIan Church, Port Angt!Ie3, Wash. . --. � ____ -. \ft. PIrOp<&" locatton. unlnca.tlon. ' Earl Ahrena, ex ·tt, and hla wife lett Addres&es are: Ensign.H. L. Hott, USNR Also In 1890 the Pacific Lutheran unl- 1 TIle new school. Pacltlc Lutheran Col- . USS EldO�do (AGe-II), c/o Fleet Post this summer for South Afrtca as mis­ versJty Association was incorporated, with lege, began In· 1920 with the Reverend J ' Office. san Prancl.s"co, Callt., and Sgt stonarles. Rev. Harstad as president. Construction U Xavier (protessor emeritus here since Mllng Sannerud, '28, lett for South Waldo Elefson, ASN 19145760, Bks. 16, �'as begun In Macch, UWl, at Parkland, 19'42) as acting president. Professor Xavier ed. Sec. SCSU 1136 , CUshing Oen. Has America on August 5. He went for the which at that time consisted of a single has put In more years ot service at P. L. C. ' Olin Corporatlon as assistant to the con­ p tal, Framingham, Mass. house, the one now occupied by our engi- than any other man. Latest address ot 0" Dabl, ex '43, is En sultant engineer to help conatruct an neer. T. H. Olson. Transportation to the In 1921 the Reverend Ola J. Otdal assign o. F. Dahl, ,uSNR, 209 Venetian Ho aluminum plant in Ouro Freta. BrazU. " blg" city was chiefly by horse and buggy, sumed the presidency. It was during this Naval Training Center, Miami, Flor Mrs. Sannerud is t.eachlng at Parkland tel, but a street-car line to TacOma was in time that the Normal Department was Ida. Orv Is receiving addltlonal training Grade School. ., the making. TIlis was the line that was placed on the accredited. l1.st. Otis J. Grande, '38, wu recently named toUowlng the completion ot midshipmen's Dr. O. A. Tingeistad came to Pacltlc recently supplanted by the now famUiar school. "Y" PhysJcal Education Director to re·'bus." Lutheran College In 1928. Among . many Word of t·he promotion of Charles L place F'el1x Mantell, former director. who The cornerstone of Old Main was laid other innovations, he lnaugurated the Paon October t, 1891. and three years later. clflc Lutheran College Development Asso� Snelson, ex 't3, trom sergeant to staft resl.gned to join the U. S. Navy. Otis was October 14, I8!K, the building was dedl- clatlon with the slogan "At. least one dol- sergeant reached the college last week.. active in athletics. eapec1a.l1y in football cated In the presence ot about two thou- lar at least once a year." Our present. ed- I Sgt. SneLson is ball turret gunner on a and Intra-mural sports. He had. been sand people. ucatlonal standard was reached under Dr. Flying Fortress that has been bombing teaching tor the past a1x years, the last , costal detenses and supply lines In sup two In Tacoma. Orande waa president ot Mr. �N. J. Hong ' became president in Tingelstad's directton. port of the Ailled Invasion ot France the PLC student body during his senior Last �r waa Dr. 8. C. Eastvold's first H1I8. Times were hard and the respomladdress please tum year In 1937-38. He waa ma.r:Tled. to Valb1Hty great, but rather than see the year .:wlth us. Under his guidance. material (Anyone having hls bart Norby. '36. In 1940. school discontinued., Mr. Hong and two gains have been abundant. and Pacific it in). . , ex· set to Ka :43. was recelitly pas. R&y other tell,chen carrted. on the next year Lutheran College J.s looking torward. to go overseas when laa t minute orders come without ' ttnanc1al ass1Btance trom the fruitful years ahead. ANDERSON CROCIRY Much has been accompllshed by these through reta�g him. in this country Board. Oradually tJ.mea improved. and in _ w-. ' GR.,,, lau PacUic 'Lutheran Academy, aa .the pioneers who have marked. ott fltty years IndeflnJtely, Addreas: .Cpl. Ray Kapua . , 19123353, 514th PA Bn., Port Bn.gg, North u.s to do. as SCBOOL BU1'P1B8 aDd llIjUne had DOW become, was t!}Ily accred1- of Protrress. Much remains for Caroltna. v1&1oo. iDd taith their ot heirs the : ted." in all Ita departments. BO_ ___ Bill ·Kamatact. ex '�" .lIeutenant in the air COrp4, son ot Prof. Ramstad, was hOme CllAPEL QUOTES We wish to exprea.s our �arttelt pathy to Mrs. Carol Ladwig Johnson, up"The Cbr1at1an rellglori isn't a product for a ahort vtait laat week. His father • on the death ot her brother. Lt. Loran R. l of our own beings, It Ian't a product ot vlaited him in Texas several weeks ago Ladwig. Lt. Ledw1&. U, 8. Marine Corp our own emotlona. but' It ia a histortcal at the time he reCeived his wtnp. ' Reserve. waa recently kUled .in acUon in thing tb.&t haS taken place 1.J;I. the hiatory PARKLAND IARIIR . , "We do not want to put our taith In the Pacltlc area. ALUMNUS WED IN SEATl'LE ' C. Helen Westby. '29, became the �rtde ute on .something that Is as urustable aa Mrs. Mary W. Hong. 78, o t Parkland: the emotiona ot man." e of Albert WindeU last June 24, Tbey -rroteaaor A. W. Ra.m.stad. widow of Nllii J. Hong, t or-nJr preSIdent marrted 10 Pirat Lutheran ChUrch In 'Pi. ;',In OCder to advance our church, the coma by Rev. A. W. Ramatad. Attendan of Pacltic Lutheran College, died. last·week In a local · hospital after an extended lll- k1ngdom of God must be with us. Let the were a alater. Mn. Alfred Alii (Eather IERCLAN !) HARDWARE CO. ' ap1rtt of Chrlst en", 'OW' Uv.. and then Weatby '32), ...... Kenneth Jacoba (stella ness. \ was bead of the Eng- let' the Church of God unite." Professor � Samuelaon; ''28),. Mrs. Arlin, Bannerud � PAdiPto . (Vtctorta. Raamuuen '28) , and Mrs. OlaI -Rev. B. H. Svenson. _ . Usb department here for .se'Vjeral yeara � before his retirement..at � ....close of the Member. of Da.nish Lu�ran Church of Haaeneu (Irene Dahl '30) . ; OR:. · . 'America. school year 1938. He died. five yean 810. Skippy. complete ' with ta11w.p and a � "'lbere .I.s only one power that can really ' . ' Mrs. Prank Lorenz (Lou1&e WllUam. '37) make the world better met that 'is the frlendly canine em11e. 1a uaually &mona ,... waa. eftIoe ....... power that those preaent when lncqan1c cbem1atry became the m�r of a baby·,boy-,D July. )�� The new _val is named Rlehanl. claM mee.. each 1DOl'Illn&'. He obOuJd be C" FR I!. t!.lmNslN C&n_tnnsfonn man." .,.... TlUlIliilt:a . .� only way to bapptneas 15 hO� able to .plnch hit tor .... hIs .Dl&Iter, Pro�) , fe.aao, Ramstad. l1000. IIjI he bas falth'l'belma ,'Ibureson, '42, is now teaching and hoUn... Is I.. own n!wanl," Aft. .: �.1� tully attended. the cJa.sa for several y.,.. .. eaaor j. p� Pfluepr..i .:...� at 'Puy&uup, Wash. � ... ...! .... nn. �'�'GER BUSINESS .

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behind Harstad'll vision in the young Weat worti.ng bome&-8uch were the In fluences Betty Hoyt ... aeen praetlcJna for the onl a few � removed. from W� ;. whleh bound us tosether. loe abt1nc party by dolna a fancy f� � ton s year of statehood. �nt on me W'axea 'I'be Ute CIt a St__lll m . �e � and We were · 182 !t.rona" In that ynr of Faellll7 Makes Gr.&at � Be tty ., SWl u memories come back, it was 1908�09. a · goodly number conslderin& that the men and women of the faculty who Cecllla t Bts ) Oardlln, one of those up to that date the Aeackmy had produced arce seniors at P. L. C� spent a week's made the greatest impression. Pint or all. only 118 graduates since Its open:lng In sc Principal Hone, but scarcely - less the 1894. The first of these, Ettie Kraabcl vaca tlon In Chinook, Washington. vlalUI'lI others: Rev . .0. E. Helmdahl, who made (now Mrs. Vigo urgensen) was gradu� her . b.rother, Ernest., · home on furlOUlh J the Bible live In hb cla.saes; handsome ated In 1898. from a year's · ser ice in A Cec1lla', We of 1908-09 came from v la.ska: A . 8. Peterson , dean of men, and young as far away a.s Alaska Callfornla and brother. John, also servlnc In Alaska, , 1 enough himself to laugh at an innocent North Dakota. Included were many from a student at P. L. C. in 930. • • • prank; wh1ms1cal J. L. Clary, one time Parkland, some of them the "Oladlators" attorney and chatauqua lecturer. hater of their day. I can stlli see OU Believe It or not-A horrible monster, a ver Har� of wms, who held that "when a man la stad carrying the basketbaU up the W a l saint., a murderess, Iond a. Witch were re· I dead he Should keep stW ; " kindly M1!.s of the lttUe cra.cker�bO gym in two lonl cently seen walking down the halls �ere x Bertha Hoverstad, dean of women, arrayed strides, ' or "Toriy" Brottem dOing my. � at P. L. C.I But dor:a't be ala�t;d, folks; U in beautiful ur voluminous). s k dl'e5Se3, terious things with a ball and bat. Yes, It's Just the drama.� class �ng a try t I character make�up. 80 in the future don�t deeply concerned about the welfare of her there were heroes in . those daya-tlnd girls; sprightly Anna Tenwlck, later a heroines too. Those poor girl Iraduates. 1 � shocked if you see Lady MaeBeth ex� . changing campus gossip with Saint Ber� heroic China mts.s1onary. who struggled to heroically going through the tortiu'ea of a help the newcomers th_ � * "J's" and program of speaking or music all alone, nadette. • • • '·W's"; Alma Ha ""'!f py tempered. a requirement for graduation. The bash� �. � plano teacher and o Upperclassmen can tell some tall tales, � of the best in t� ful country boy speaking hls first piece Urst fifty years; In... Hong, typing and at the weelt ly Lyceum programs was but they can't make the Frosh beUeve stenography. teacher. 'tIO enthusiastic about scarcely less heroic, neither was the o(!w that It was the wind that rolled those perfecUng her technlq'ues that she busied caslonal disciplinary defender who faced coke bottles down the hall-overturned

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Norval Norton, fonner aviation Instruc- I tor at Pacific Lutheran College, Mrs. Nor- I ton. ina 1Ilelr· Cfijiiltt.er Mary Lee, g,"" were killed In an a.1rplane crash near Buffalo, New York on July 27. i Por the last tht'ff years, Mr. Norton I had been CivU Aeronautics Administration air service Inspector at Buffalo. New York. The Norton home wu at WUliamsburg just outside. Buffalo. The three had gon� to New York City where Mr. Norton attended a seruor inspection conference. The fatal accident occurred on the way back during a. violent electric storm. Mrs. Norton was a ruece of Mrs. R. Franck. PLO faculty member.

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Eletson "'&$ choM:n vice-president; Fern I MlMion Society, oldest orpnizat1on on : EricUon, �tary; and Marjorie carlson, ' the camp·us. elected officers at .. m�t1n. treasurer. DorLs Jurrerson, last year's pres- held In the chapel Wednesday, October t. ident, who presided until the new prest- Those elected were Ted Reitz, presklent; dent took OHiCf. was dected �eant-at- Nellie RIse. vice' president; and Etta ClaW!­ arms. Mr. Stuen. NOISe instructor, b the I sen, secretary-treuurer. Telma. Metr.&'er i club ."adviser. and Vem Elstad were chosen L.S.A. representatives. 1 CAMPUS DEVOTIONS I Gerry Olson was elttted president ot j Mission Soclely dates back to the faU. CiLmpus DevoUons at a meeting held in ot 1920. . . the reception room Wed.nesda.y, October WAA .: Other officers chosen were ·lnga John- 1 Fern Ertckson and. M8J"gie Carlson were ! son. vice president; Arleen Cordes, .sec- I ChoSen as tecretary lln� treasurer. res�­ I ' retarf-treasurer: and Jocelyn Lynne and t.Iv�ly, of the W. A. A. 'I\iesday evening, Roy McKinley Reported I I October 3. This completes the W. A, A. I N�llle Risa, L.S.A. �.representatlve. MiJl6ing in Action The purpose of the organlzation ta to Cabinet. President Cecel1a Oardlln and Roy McKinley. ex '42. was recently re­ ) Vice President Alice Kaaland were elt'Cted . . POrted killed in action While on duty In ------ at a meeting held at the close of last the Frtmch campaign. Roy was very active ,ear JUBILEE GOLDEN In Uudent body affairs. He was one of Following the election. Mrs. Young, club 1) (ConUnDf'd from PLO's star track men. and an actlv� and minor f\ ss E� Tonend. lJbera1 A.rt.s .tanL. N. C. Ml the ionary A.. dv�r,. announced the major Federation of i member of the Lute Boasters while he lor, wtU be edJtor of the 1945 Sap will give an address. After the noon sports of the season, and discussed the attended our college. the W. into n o adml.ssJ for requirements , lunch, to be served in the Church Parolrs, me.p.ting close4 with a session EV ENING COURSES the session will reassemble at 1 : 30 when l A. A. The ' volleyball. of LITTLE SYMPHONY Dr. J. C. K. Preus wUl speak on "'Growth (ConUnaed from. Pace 1) I LDR E�ucatfon 116� Special Projec ts. Op� and Power Through Parish Education." A.DDS NE W MEMBERS The Incoming L O R officers will 1:e of students for lines pursue portunlty to Mrs E 0 Frltschel of Greeley Colorado P ' .. e Sy ony now boasts I special Interest under guidance of a fac- 2nd Vice President of th" Women 's Mls- Installed at the first meeting to be held " �t: 17 � . u.::!� n:� ��in October 25, at the home of Wednesday ��:7n ulty member May be taken to meet the sionary FederatJon. A L- C will bring serious work. �1;hOUgh I requirements for the certification of teach- I an address, and Mrs Carl E Rydell of Dr and Mrs EastvOld The objectives of ' still hoping to dd a bass �la e �:� �. ��to ers and principals One to three credit ; Tacoma will extend greetings from the the L O R wUl be explained for tb! clarinet and a :trlng bass .. 0 n e hours TIme to be arranged The benefit of the new members Rumohr I W M S of the Augustana Synod empty �paces " a n :�:�:u:�;:nan promises History 75 History of Latin America I session \\'111 elOISe with a lunch In the ��: ��: The orches�ra will play at several J�bl� m lee sessions this week, Including Thurs- Three credit hours. Prof. E. M. Akre. Church - Parlors at 4 . 30. . Frlda.y evenlng's program wlll be under (jI: tel day rught, Saturday for the banquet. and Saturday forenoon • History 15.5: ' U. S. In World Affairs. . the auspices of the college faculty. or. 1 two apJ)ellI"ances on Sunday. Mrs. Frisbee' s Akre. M. E. rof. chairman. the is Pflueger P. J. hours. credit Three P AI Kuhn, an old hand. at the orchestra Saturday, October 14, has been set asld·:! Bakery business, Is doubling on the viola and Saturday forenoon. FOR FIN E BAK ERY PRODUCTS violin . with vlol tn a; his specialty At PhYSical EdgcatJon 3 1 : Elementary ' as Foundation Day. and wtu be under the .. Credit Two Education. Physical Body. Student Associated the of auspIces School has played in the Tacoma PhUhannonlc Phone OA 7591 710 So. 38th St. Mrs. Rhoda Young. Tuesday eve- l The Honorable Arthur B. LangUe, Ooverhours. . for two years. nl l t f JIll :: :::: :::...:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!JI �� 10: Introduction to Fine Arts. prln- I �;a:!r�: t�� ::� e�:�:�:io:, �e�: : clples of aesthetics. Appreciation Of , In Trinity Church. Governor Langlie's ii ItA YMOND ELECTRIC CO. 11 ! beauty. BROOKDALE LUMBIR CO. credit hours. Dr. J. p· 1 subject Is "The Place of the Christian I H I Pnueaer. Three I .. 'Mountain Hla'bway Thursday ':!venlng. 813 PACIFIC AVE. I College In our Democracy." !l ii Courses in Biology. SOClolog)', American i The final Jubllee day. Sunday, October WASH. BROOKDALE, ' BRdwy 1712 .. Hlstory and History of Washington �lay I 15. will ope':l with a communion service H t � ;;;;;,,;.;;;:::,,::::::: be o 2 �::::::::�:�i.' M H L A R ONIC u TRIC KS - JO K ES · MACIC Conducting the Tacoma Philharmonic I the communion address. A special youth ( H ALLOWEEN COSTUMES orchestra mow entering Its 11th series ) I service Is scheduled for 9:30 at the Col- I SELDEN'S which he founded, organized and has l Iege Church. Dr. J. C. K. Preus will de. E. Thorsen Neal Fint in Floor Coyerinp stuLinden, . liver the convention sermon at the 11:00 conducted since, is Eugene MAIn <861 926'h BJ;:Oadway dent here In 1941. I service. OCCASIONAL FURNITURE After the 12;30 noon dinner In the Dining Hall. the convention 1 College LINOLEUM _ RUOS will assemble for the final proSHADES - BEDDINO" Spe..... gram. beglnnlng · .t 3,30. QUALITY K NITTING CO. ii RAU'S DRAPERIES ers will be Dr. Lee Paul Sleg, President :: 834 coMlO!RCB of the University of Washington, Seattle. CHICKEN DINNER ! Washington, whose topic wUl be "'"'-nte I Publicly Owned College and University INN In our Democracy"; Dr.' R. Franklin . Thompson, President of the College of ORCIlAKD HILL , Puget Sound. Tacoma, Washlngtpn, whose OIl S�W�� " � GROCER IES , FLOUR - . HAY - GRAIN - ETC. speech wtll center on " The 'Prlvately . and Democracy"; our In College Ownect Parkla�d. Wash. On the Mountain Highway Dr. S. C. Eastvold, President of Pacific . Lutheran College, whose subject Is "Pacific I!i . ' . Lutheran Colleae Loob to the PUture... . . ',; . The Jubilee cel,bratlon wtll be brought . STOp. 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DormJtory Aux1llary No. 2 or Paclilc Lutheran College Ls sponsoring another Lyrh: Theater production this fall. Under the direction of Eugene Llnden. the Lyric Theater will present RoM1n1'& " The Barber of Seville" in the Parkland Schcol Auditorium. Friday, November 17 at 8 : 15 p. m. A new English transla.tion by Eugene Linden, oonduclor ot the Ta­ ccma Philharmonic, wUl be used. Paul Elmer, brother of Rudy Elmer, 'lSI, and lIutnmer '44. w1ll sins the title role lind the fem1n1ne lead wUl be t.a.t.en by Penka. LaMar. Others In the east include Marjory l\&ye'rs, Ralph M1Uer, Fletcher T'wleed and Cyrus Brewer. The orchestra I will comprise 16 players from the Tacoma i Philharmonic and the Seattle Symphony, 1 In Parkland, tickets will be on sale at the Partland Light and Water Co. and In the Reg1.strar's OtrJce at PLC. TIckets are $1.50 for adults and 11.00 students.

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"Put on your oId black bonnet . ago, thla' nove1;y c�tcd a se�t1on With the gold ribbons 00.. it &.mODI taxi COll8CiowI pedeetrlam as it. While we hitch two horses to the shay. wended Its way tllrough the streets of Through the streets of Parkland Tacoma. We will bead toward Tacoma For our Golden Jubilee." On PacUk Avenue the Jubtleers reacbFans to Cut Figures This tally-ho load of PLeers of 19« in ed a hill too steep for the tired horses . bustles and bow-ties of 1894 noLsed abroad i and found themselves climbing the b1ll At Ic�Skating Party , their Golden Jubilee celebration on Oct. I on f::lot just as their grandparents had The Delta Rho Gammas are sponsoring , 11 . Though a common sight fifty years I to do a half century ago. - - - --....:.---the !1rst PLC Ice skating party of the ' :�:�=:y. November 10. Annie Lien PK's, Not KP's,

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PLC students and frlends are Invited. , 22 of the 160 students at PLC are pas- I Ru&h Fosao, Literal Arts sophomore, The party is to be held at the Lakewood i tors' children, more affectionately Imown I comes to us from Anacortes, Wash. Her Ice al"<na from 10:�15 to 12:15 P. M. as the P. K.'s. Here they are: I contrlbutlon to the "Court of Calamlt�es" EYaD(eIiDe Ahrendt. freshman In Col- I is well-knOwn and remembered by the I lege of Education, comes from Rltzv1lle. I initiated freshmen. The Rev. O. Fossa is NO HORSE-NO HA Y : Wash. Since the arrival of her oboe, she pastor ot Anacoms Lutheran Church. I SO HIKE TO SP.4N.4 W .4 Y has played In the "LitUe Symphony." The Galha...,. st...... G..... ElaIne and do her neighbOrs know It! Her father. and Gertnlde {Barge> Bumohr, come from The Preshman Hayride last Friday eve- i the Rev. P. J. Ahrendt, is pastor of Em- Astorta. Oregon. Orace Ela1ne Is a fresh­ Ding turned out to be a b1te to Spanaway : manueJ Lutheran Church, Ritzville. man In College Of Education, whlle Ru· Lake. Since .horse' and wagon were not Helen BIomeUe and her sister Sylria mohr is a freshman in LIberal Arts. PianOE obtainable, the f11ty freshmen and their are local product8, OOming from Tacoma. and bass viola run in the family; 50. does friends � Sh.ant·s horses to LitUe Helen, a junJor in Liberal Arts, is well- good scholarsh1p, The girls were valed1c­ Spanaway for the always weJcome com- i1 ltnoWD in the ma1n office as Golden torian and .salutatorian respectively, of the bination of hot dogs, potato salad, and JubUee secretary. Sylvia, a freshlDan in graduating high. school class in Astoria singing 'round the fire. Mlsa Blomquist ' Liberal Arf-', s1n18 In the choir and sex- lut spring. Rumobr is vice-president of and Mrs. Younl accompanied the hikers 1 tet�. Both girls are members of ORO. the L.DR. The Rev. Theodore slulhaugen as chsperons. The Rev. O. K. Blomel1e is in Anchorage, l is pastor of the First Norwegla�utheran Al&slta, organlz1ng a congregation. Church in Astoria. . < J'eandte BunlaIf, junior in COllege of , Daphne Hellman, freshman In\ Liberal Education, is a semi-local product, com- i Arts from Portland, Or�on/ -�e her Lf n c-V"""q t!Its:1£1"" /Jl'I�i (;'-" """ 11 Ing from Puyallup. Jeanelte � In the , debul to the A.8.B. as co-author 61 "Little Satuda;,-. Oet.ebft' !8--"302 Day"; L8A choir an� sext.ette and Ls prom.hient in Walt Riding Hood." , She 13 the firethe OROB. She has a mania for moving warden for the D.PKs. Ber father, the Halloween Party at Lutherland. . furniture and did the decOrating for the I Rev. Walter H, Hellman, 1& pastor of Reforma.- l tnstaUatiOD banquet " The Rev. O. K. I Penninsula ' Peace Lutheran Church in s�;,. October 29-1 :30 p. m. . uOU \ festival at central Lutheran Burzlaff Ls a m.fn1ste:r at St. John's Luth- PorUand. Church. Tacoma. PLC Choir w1ll sing. eran Church. CbehaUs Another PK lass from Tacoma 1& Buth . WaahMoada;,-, November S. to Fridar. NOrtIDLee F� a LIberal Arts treahman, J'e�n. sophomore In the COlkge of her l�Mid�semester exam..inatioDs. I from Tacoma, 1lIi deflnttely versatUe. He EducaUon. She Ia treasurer of the LDR, nw."n.lar• N..-emher' I-Walter Gran to plays the Prench ho� � the orchestra slngs in the choir. and plays the Ivory dramat&.e ·Douglas's best seller. Tbe and tbe left end spot on the football keys on numerous oocastoos. The choir IIAbe. team. The Rev, Ward. P. · Pol5Om 111- the chose her for their prea1dent th1a aemes­ Fridar. N�ber It-ORO Ice-atating mJ..ni5ter of Calvary Presbyterlan Church, t.er. The Rev. O. L, Jensen Ls the mIn1IIter (CentU.ed on Pace S) party, 10:15 to 12:15, Lakewood. Arena. Tacoma.

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Qather round, all you spooks. wltchea, jack-o-laittems. fer "302 Day" is your, chance to be chief acton on the "Luther\and Btaae. " The curtain will be rung up Saturday afternoon, October 28th-the 302nd day of the year. The LBA Council lnvltes you to play your role agatnst the back drop of treea and the floor of grass at the favorite camp spot on Late Klllamey. P'Un and frolic In the Halloween manner are await­ Ing all. In charge of the ghost party are: EunJce Torvend, entertainment; Dorothy Rasmussen, refreshments; Telma Metz­ ger, publ1c1ty ; and Vernon Elstad, trans­ portation.

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he wants t.o keep up with the progress of the Tacoma park syste m 18 ArthUr E. the student body have lagged. We are ! of his Alma Mater, to which he hopes to Spencer. '33, 523 South 0 . St. He wfll act I return and comments "keep 'em coming.·' as full Ume assistant to Thoma.s W. Lantz. date with the alma mater and to learn calling your attention to It now, for we . Ed souncis a timely warning to us from SUperintendent of Lhe park board. Mr. where their old campus friends are. and know this Is not willful neglect. hs i position In a. country that has sufferEd Spencer has been teachinlJ In the Clov!!r I what they are dolnK_ Last l--rear more When YOIl call for your Mooring Mast under the Nazi heel: "France is tooay a Park system copies of the Mooring Mast went to warning to Americans to guard their Mr. and Mrs. Eric Krause of Tacoma servicemen than to the current student Thursday noons. you wtll find a box on Uberties well and to take nothlng. not body the counter marked: Student contrlbU- even the hamburger at Andy's or the are the parents of it baby daughter born pt.ember 26. They named the baby An­ Be dally about " How copies. service, chapel tions servicemen's tor Since our entr'lIlce into the War. we for granted. He nette Marie, Mrs. Krause Is the former . have been sending t.he M. M, frf'(' of bringing a coln or bUJ with you the next descrtbes how France became the victim Gertrude Bunner, '36. of taklng thlIlgs ror granl.ed. RererrIng charge to our boys In service. or to as time you �t your paper and placing It In to the hate and evil obvloull everywhere the bOx? We know you are short of Pin ! many of them a.s we could keep track of he adds : "Pacific Lutheran College Is a If we are to continue this much apprPCl­ money ann t.hAt you have been a.sk.ed for symbol of culture and friendship, and or I at.ed work. we need your help. Money for a number of c.)UUays recently. but the a way of life the Old World seelTl.S to be " Uod hath chosen those who are humI y s s d postag� must come entirely from dona­ r e l , O o� ��: ��: f:�\ : �� �es::��� : :;' ; �'t � �1:���� c�:r: re:��' A � tions. as Lhe� is no special fund provided I An a news commentary '·The Campus tana Synod for it. While the college faculty, alumni. �idt" Oil! . and the World" 111 the Mooring Mast readers are the Lutes In the servlC4", who generous

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Eldon Kyllo, ex ·43, who is In the Army

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Note : Anyone who has or receives In-

formation about the boys In the service prised at what you can I�arn by cooper- , from PLC please turn It In to the Assoclate Editor Ted Reitz of the MM. atlv� studying.

eyes and worrted t'xpresslons usually go with his v1s1tations.

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November 18. 1�

olf!.:. �

GYM DRIVE

I Dormitory Auxiliary No. 2 Sponsors Opera Tomorrow Night

��

!��n the Army (at least a part of it.) this Saturday evening at 8:00 p. m. when coeds and

STARTS MONDAY The drtve to raise $175,000 among the

their guests, servicemen from the Ond

people ot Tacoma. wtll be otticlally under

Engineers at Port Lewis, will gather in the gym tor a "soldier party,"

way next Monday &Iter a kkkoff banquet

I

�'\�oe.n

at the WInthrop Hotel. Coach Olson is heading the active campaign and John S.

Starting t.h1np ott with a t an :: =1r !c�O�= l

the drlvr. Isabel Harstad, secretary to the

the party will move to the reereatJ.on room in Old Main, which :wU1 be made r b ���:: :nd�::

No. "

"The Ba.rber of ae't'1lle," produced by

= =�:

the Lyric 'l1leater, Beattle, w1l1 be pre­

Baker. prominent business man ot Ta· both donnltes and guests through thdr coma. w1l1 act u honorary chairman of paces. After "tea.rtng the gym to pleoes'� president, is operating an office in the

Rust Bui1ding during the campaign and

wUl handle all the clerical work.

Cllft Olson, now personnel director ot the Todd-Pacific Shipyards. has served as

d.1rector of athletics here since 1929 with

mittee.

I

a leave of absence during the year '42-'43.

During his years of service he built up

teams but he turned out several cham-

pion _ethan ,"uads during the """,e

interim.

the clean-up committee,

I

STAFF CHOSEN FOR SAGA

Work. has begun on the Baga.. At least

Ih acoe�t1ng the hon� chatrman- Bob lArson, bus1ncM manager, and Ruth shlp of the drive Mr. Bater' stated that Jensen, assistant business m.anager. so his interest In the p� or PLC ex- declare. Thelr fIrSt Important job was to tended ba.ck. to th� years when our clean out the Sap. room, (We had to

fellows, handicapped by meager faclllties watch them 01' they would have put the for carrylng OIl an atbletic program. nev- overflow Into the K.M. off1ce.-that's erthel... _ .... """ _ national where It came from . cd&1naIlY l )

Ann.

So far the .tait· -blClUdea Anderrecognition as champions. At DO time during the yean wh� the son, as.s1stant editor ; Grace Elaine GulTolladvertising Lois haugen. manager; n Lutes had. top ratlnp in the Wa.sbtngto intereollegtate conference b&.5ketball did feldt. clrculatk>n manager. and Nora

they have

access

to a gym other than J:tjesbu, senior ed1tor.

that at the Partla.nd junior high.

::� ==

o

:;:r.:te°��:!s :::

behind the school

Alcorn lteplaces Elson

Larson Shows 'em How "Hey. that Ice Is wet"

Paul

I II '

I I

"How do you

ever stand up on these thinp?"

I

aa

the

in "The Macrtaee of . Figaro" last year.

PaUi is

a brother or Rudy Elmer, PLC '38

and summer 01 '+&. who

was

active In

musical organlzationa on ·the campua, and

a member of the Ta.coma 81bellam durlng tl1s attendance he«. Penta. Lamar, Bulgarian coloratura, wW sing the Ieadtng role of RosIna. Marjory Myers will be heard u Berta and Ralph Miller as

Count

Almaviva. others In the

cast !ru:lude Fletcher TWeed. Cyrus Brew-

er. and Rudy EImer.

'''nle Barber of Seville" la a com1c opera

ZUOBlfl: LINDEN

In two acta. It ta.tes place In the 17th century In 8evWe.

former PLC-l&e, wW d.t.lree ""The 8aI"ber of Senile" here Friday

The opera opens as

LITERARY AWARD AnIta

Roth.

freshman

and

prize

recently offered

Count

Almaviva,

who has fallen . In love with RoIItna, the

.. cia.... ....... be. "-Icoo>'.IIDIl _ an opporl;un1ty to meet' her. ThI8 is dIfft� -. ward of Dr. Bartholo, Ls aeren&d1nl her

A NITA !lOTH GIVEN i

Elmer who wUl appear

swaahbueklln& barber. sana the title role

I

tar

cult beca.uae Baztholo guarda her care-

tully, as he is anxious to marry her Mooring her fortune h1maelf. The music muter,

:ee-;:tao:�

: Mast reporter, Ls the winner of a llterary Ba.sUlo,

And

any practice flekl except the gt'llvel patch

tum tomotTOW e'ft'l'llna. � director la Euaene LInden. conduct« of the Taooma Ph1lha.rmonic. Mr. Llnden, who attended PLC in 1940-41. ha.a made a apark1.tna new Engl1ah translatIon of thLs RoMtnl com­ poolUon.

v� ::e

wtn sUl?ply provisions for the "pause that teams that gained national reputauon refreshes." Alter the run is over, Gerry which refieeted credit upon the Tacoma O lson and her helpers will tate over as

area as the home or the "Leaping Lutes," Not only did Olson produce great football

aented 1n the Parkland. School Auditor­

Program Chairman Agnes Ro­ leder and ber assistants will furnish vocal and instrumental music and other enter­ talnment. To complete the evening, Refreshments Provider Anna Anderson and her cohorts

Former Student To Be Director

Is

&lao ·moUvated

by

a1mllar

by the Lutheran Ideals. Flgaro. the town barber, approachthe Count to lay plaru to

Herald. The fcllowlng letter. received by Anita.. tells the ta.J.e.

In the aecood ,scene, the

Count

auc-

"We w1&h to congratulate you for your ceeds in gaining entrance by ualn&' the

Falllng and sprawUng, sllpping and 8Uccesa In wtnnin8' a. prize in our Christ- dIsgu1ae of an intox:l.ca.ted so1d1er and trlpplng, glldtng and slld1ng were the or- mas story contest. We were una.ble to gives Rosina a letter. Act Two ...... place In the mualc room der of th1ngs when the ORO.'. held the loe

decide between your story, "Davy's Plcin Bartholo's house. The Count a.ppe&I1I ture". and a. story by Mias Jean Strom as a mua.l.c teacher, announcing tba.t Ba.a­ fall to head the Biology Department, left from St. Olaf and so we ha.ve divided the 1110 is W and has sent him In h1a stead Pr1zea were given for the funniest and Tuesday. November 7, for C,llWorn1a, for the most graceful skaters. As the fun­ money a.llott.ed. for .flnt and �nd prizes to give a leuon to Ros1na.. At this time where he and Mrs. Elson w1ll spend the nJeat sta.ters. Lois Tollfeldt and Be*- l£r- evenly between you." The letter was stgn_ Pigaro 1naiste upon ahavin&' BarthokI, a.nd winter. Dr, Elsoo recenUy tendered hJs h son presented "How Not to State in Ten ed by the J4anaCing l!'.dJtor of the Luth- : : and reslgna.tion a.s bIology professor because of l�':e=: '::us d.1f:uC::U Hard Lessons." 8h1rley Morgan stated l ::: eran Herald. III health. amODl' them the real mua1c teacher, who around giving everyone bltea of her pep­ Par the relnainder of the .school term, Anita's story will appear til the Christ- suddenly arrives. After much action, "love permint super-Size sucker which she won Dr. D. Alcorn, from the UD.lversity conQUers allot and everybody Is aaUafJed. a.s the most graceful skater. maa lssue of the Lutheran Herald. of Waa.hingtoll, wlll Instruct the blolOCY Thla ope'" .. being ....,.,....." by Dotml­ classes. Dr. Alcorn Ls already known on tory Awdliary No. 2 of Pac:Ifk: LUtberan , Dr. J. A. ELson, who

came

to PLC th1a

Oordoti

the _ ca mpus, having .substituted

Elson. earlier th1a term.

for Dr.

Debate Squad Started P.L.C.

Ice stating pa.cty at the Lakewood Arena.. FrIday evening, Nov. 10.

THROUGH THE D.4.Y WITH .4. COED

''Oh, those llgbta! Why do they have -to

be turned on at 6:30 every morning? Can't a person even sleep' around here?

RnTr1ng.

Alll

Saved by the bell!

At lastl Cla.sses are over. and after mall

I

00Ueae.

which .... ...- _ yea"a

LyrIc Theater production.

'

TIckets are on sale at Pruer'a, Ted

call we either gather in one of the neigh­ Brown's, Almvtg's, and PartlaDcl Llebt Ho! Hum! Guesa I1l just tum over and bor's rooms for a gabfest or retire to the and Water. _The price Ls tUO for 'adults an '1.00 for outside students and chll­ The forensJc squad wlll hold its rest an extra five minutes, just an extra.­ peace of our own room to study, �. The student body pun:haaed fltty dre first debate of the year TUe8day evening, ttve-mtnutesZZZJ:zzz:z,z "I can smell cabbage cooting. We must th CRASH ! 'I'HUMP! BANG! "Gee Wh1z! November 28, in the reception 'ro.om The be going to have a bolled dinner tonight." :ud : � :e!"=.= topic to be contended I..a the natlonal I thought It was 6:30, not 7:30. Wbatll The smell of cooldng food begins '� ona qu addlti I uter from Inp Johnf collegiate question concernlng oompulsory I wear, whatll I wear? My pink dress? drive us more or less Insane until relief arbltaration of iDdtmtrtal dJaputes. Pol- No, It looks like It might be oold today. cori1.ee at 6:00. lowing the debate between two teams My grey skirt and white blouse? No, I Alter dinner is over. I settle down to a composed of three students each there forgot to bang them up Jaat night, and long evening ot studying-I hope. Oc­ will be an informal di.scu.ss1on and coffee they're all mU!Sed up. I guess I'li ha,\'c ' to get out the old plaid at:1rt my casional lnterruptlons such ·as 'What darl­ FrIday. November 17-The 8u'ber ., 8e­ hour. ing paJamaa l ' or 'Did you 88y that call vtUe, 8: 15 p. m. at Parkland School AudThe debate nine �embers un­ one standby. It seems to be the only was for me?' are heard down the hall , but' thing that doesn't wrinkle when i t hangs ltorlum. der the direction of lira. W. M . John8on I plod wearUy on untU my Iesaona are Sat.llrday, NOftmber 18-DPK Soldier has been fanned \be tocImlqne of In the closet. "Now what do you t.b1nk about th1s?" presumably completed. 'I1lat is, presum­ Party. 8:00 p. m. In coUege gym,

�:��� .Z)

claas �

to otudi

_ and. to _to Ii. ....tIce .� and 'lnten:oneglate tournamenta. The debUera are lLUth Jobnsoo., liarp.ret EIII•II . IlerJI _. Beverly _ Ela.lne &n1t.b. Marion Knutaoo, VIr'PI Savaae, Joe Reuehert, and Char'ks Bow� .......

eOllfing events

again,

aab tbe profesaor. "Does the end. Juatlty ably from. my a1ant; which Lsn't alwa.ys TDeMay. Nowember �l-DPK 'I'bantII1v­ the meana In th1s stozy?.. A faint answer shared. �y those who rule over the morn­ I.ng banquet. tnc aeaa1ona. But wby crosa bridgea nnd W�,.. Nonmber D, i.e 8....,.. N.. comes forth tbe back of the room. Am l ever aettlng hungiy. Sure wtah bOrrow trouble when an InvIting Ded. ...- _'l'IIaJW8\v!ng ....tIon. standa ready? thIa clUS would eod.,

f�

"Ia th1s your oplnJon too, M1sa Jon-

Ho, hum-e.notber day.

...... ... __ 1I-2nd � <Joncer( LouIs Kaufman. vtollnJ.st.·


. .- � - --

Publlahed f!ft!'Y two weeb durlnl" the 8Cboo1 year .tude:Dta of Paetnc Lutheran Ool1etre,

1

Theodore ReItz.

6..Mociat.e Editor

Sports RelXlrter

Kunschak

Walt

Johnson,

I I

Mrs

BUSINESS STAFF

Franck

Ruth

Martan Butler

.DOKOTIIY . . ...... Inaa

aU8INES8 MANAGER �t """'"

_ aea.tary

NIEMAN

Jobnaon

a Ceceli

C1rculat10n

6er'Vtcemen's C1rculatioo

Grace BirtestoJ

Grace Gulhaugen,

Guihaugen. J�lyn Lynne,

Rumohr

Ruth Bjerkan, and Sylvia Blomlle

____ ____

I

'"< • -� .

� could

1

l

ancestors and

Puritan

Alter a

provisions.

cold

I

the

staunch help

Pilgrim

of

the

time

harvest

planted, and in

time

a day

find

fore�

Indians.

reaped,

a

l

a

I I

of worship to express gratitude to a k1nd

and bountiful Providence. This he called "ThanksgiVing Day " the

On

appointed

day.

each

PUgrim

brought his share ot Indian meal to eat

with wild fowl and deer from the forest.<),

Dutting the stre&s. not on the t.urkey, but Tomorrow

again great

Theater

night the Lyric

coming

privilege

for

opportunity

and

Is

This

Parkland.

to

Is

a

us.

Those who went to l&.<it year's pertorm� were

ance

delighted

and

expressed

desire to have more of the same.

the

Well.

here It Is, and we hope many of you are

going. It has some Incal talent In It; Rudy B.A.

Elmer, who received his

is a

Education department, the

cast,

title role.

Dig deep

in

your

the price of a ticket. the

for

first fifty.

$.25

you

(Lyceum

Inga Johnson. We

Paul.

His brother.

are

member sings

the

of

the

you are among

U

get

can

prtvilege

your ticket

from

rates)

trying

to

nus

make

week,

eral and of ' one Lois Ludwig.

as

the

al�

'44

in par­

tlcular. Lois gave a set of pottery dishes their

fudge

land In her suitcase from Issaquah ls teaching the third. grade.

where

the dormltory

kit.cbeD.

gtrls

for

She carried the dLshes to Park­

she

-

Last Saturday everung at Ute Studen�

Leader

I.

Meeting,

good :

the MOOring Mast was

tor

over

in our column.

The

coals.

the

Wi� this beef, but. we

We

also

agree

"hu�

heartily

ask you. why

don t. you take your penclls In hand and do something about It? humorous

humor and

Whatever

hereby

waiting

to be Ray Dff l1.

Bremerton

other

and

seems

cordially

down and be funny!

Monday.

Jerry Enc-e, Memph1s,

yet

another

Uved through!

their

will

G.

Laura

i

I

be

moths

had

doing

seen

invite

Ha.llI'e,

to

test

week

in

stored

the

well-known

eek's

cipltation last week) w

P

Rudolph Clarence Land, ex '4!, Is now

Ship Navy

or (we hope) and an honest intent to do ,

Yd.,

In

Lund,

2!C,

S

PhlladelPhla'

the files Is that

mathematics,

of

are

Graduate

teach�

,

h1story at Cl!>ver Park High School. ele::ted by the board of directors of trtct

Me.

and

Dis.

W8..'l

to the prtnclpalshlp of the Clover

400

Park Junior High School.

Oray ftn­

IShed the normal course here In 1931 and before

School

Midland

the

at

taught

entertng the Clover Park system. It was until

not

this

spring

J.

C.

makes

Go6peI

that

obta.1ned

he

K.

Preus.

u.s

to

crowd out

.. N.L.C.A

more than con-

flueger. p "Our own lives must be trans!onned to

the power of the living word. Once our I1v� are transfonned the world can look upon

and see

u.s

that the fruits of Ufe

have been fuU1lled."

" In order to establish a place in etem�

ity. we must establish It here on earth."­

Cameron

Corps

Hort,

"Unless

we,

Chaplain,

8."

S.

U,

Marine

jealously

Americans,

guard our rtghts and privileges, unless we

,

School of

�usl a

from

Ensign

Pacific

! people

I

have

versity, Boston 63. MJ.ss.

University,

The Rev. and Mrs. N.

Arts.

Walter

ANDERSON CROCUY __

r

Wuh.

llR- _

SCHOOL SUPPLIES aad.

HOME BEIIEDIK8

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'[ I

COllEGE HAI RCUTS PARKLAND BARBER C.

80s

R. MARSH

B. Thorpe

BERGLAND HARDWARE CO. .... PADIPIO

are

OR. I'l1O

planning to make a trip to California to

see their sons Burt, ex

'43, and Jerrold

who are both stationed

111

that state

at. different camps waiting to be shipped

out. Addresses: LSM

expertenced.-Mr.

Norman Holm, Mellon- D�1 1

Chase E-ll, Soldiers FIeld, Harvard Uni­

USB

e

e

Damrau, Sr., College of Liberal

i

i

m

: Addr,�e.s

Lutheran.

ton 63, Mass., and Ensign Evan Carlson

'-H,

thJngs

overcome our Indltference to t.he

write that they wo�d like to

Soldiers Field, Harvard

1

'

scll!.nce

social

P.

Sgt. I

Address :

ex '39.

Jackson, South Carolina,

hear

"cram­

quarter

Clarence

Rudolph

reporters.

could

census shows no lives l06t

start on the next

Ad�

a navy mail clerk In PennsylvanlR.

ness ahead of them. Norm Holm. ex '42 and EVan Carlson ex '43, fonner M. M

the

44

Last week Harold Gray, ex

er

and

and during his l8..'lt year pr�ldent ' Of the A.S.a.·

was

·'�othing is a.s uncertain as l1!e, and nothing Is as certain as death."-Dr, J.

C.

Robert

1 l6th InL APO 29. c / o P06tmaster, New

of our school existence with renewed v1g- , Prancisco, better.

and

to

13,

'36. While attending PU::: Myhre

baseball teams

"The

'43, both have new addresses

u

With another eight months of study

no trouble at all. Thooe

ruined everything,

Myhre,

was a member of the track. tennis

querors."

S.

Stanley

Is

York, New York.

Ft.

been

has

AugUSt.

New leader for the evening school com�

Minneapolis, Minn.

Whit.ehead.

E. A. Moline, 39200194, Bty, A-659--F. A ..

sit

was married

recreation center a.t the Gault. Junior high school In Tacoma Is Bertrum

eternltY."-Dr.

Home

General De-

H

·36,

'43,

Lemons.

Cltapel Quptes

USNTC, Farragut, Idaho.

M.

F.

"Some people pennJt time

following

the

short v1sit

munlty

-

Idaho,

address

present

ot "Eddy" Moline,

" all wet"' (due partly to considerable pre�

thuS we

Ramstad.

LesUe

Robert

his B. A.

"way beyond

at

Home,

paid a

nurses training at a �&ttle

111

ArdIs Jean Riegle,

Jerrol

Mountain

at

Another new address

We enjoy

you

now

l..s

h06pital.

Professor

of

son

him

Bill

Pvt.

.

gladly

will

a daze, utterly confused, bewildered and

ThIs

TelUlC&8e8.

reach

::��Ivlng

ming." The rest of us wandered around in

and

Ft.

[ [I

transferred

Tennessee/'Address :

'42,

'42.

=, �:�:.' ����::���::'Ug���9�:;�5�, � :�!: ;� ;: ��I:: :�:e;: : dress :

who dusted their brain cells, and found

the

transf("Tr�d

recently

has been

'44,

Idaho"

of

Lt.

U.,

Ha.uge.

contrtbutions

usable,

knowledge

had

the

past

J

Whitehead. S. 21C, Brks UF. CRmp Scott.

O.

Last week brought out the housekeeper

all

was on

'4),

now stationed

is

hUls

His

'42.

in each of us. Those orderly persons who

right shelves

from

a new location a week

to

Ramstad,

the Harvard

And

out

times during tht'

'44,

Berpa,el,

sent

Camp

Waiting to be sent from the ·'out going , unit· at Farragut ls Stanley S. Whitehead.

much as the rest of you do,

&.<i

TB,

II

Hospital. Palm Sprtngs, Call!.

In order to give

outside the MM . office, and we

print

Ad�

return to

his alma mater for a day last wef'k.

While

She

O.

191 12802. En!. Sec. SCU. 1976, Torney Gen.

you an opportunity we are placing a box for

to

dress: Ens. T. A. luter, USNA

Address '

fort'-

ma � l objection was the ab,se,l ce of

mar

end

Cpi. Laura M . Hauge, A909684, WAC Det

raked

thoroughly

foot.ball

a special school which he was attending.

us

endureth

S 2/C Bruun

lb,

4. Fort Pierce, f'la.

Helen Youngren.

to the campus on Saturday, November 4.

especially : Ensign

Les WhJtehe-o\d, ex '43. Is drlvlr,g a 8Up� In the U. S. Army . Precarious health made 15 necessary for him to lel\.ve

let us not forget for

mercy

Hi"

I

Co. C�15, F.P.O..

182

taking a librarian course at lJl.e Unl-

versitv of Washington

ply truck

the purpose of Thanksgiving,

ever. "-Ps. 136:1.

have

. ways, we �re proud of the alumnI In gen·

to

Is

PLC's

livery. Mountain

give thanks unto the Lord tor He

"0,

lis

Virginia Seaburg. at

at Spanaway

Clover Creek and catherine MOrTOw, who

student body 1944 In CharloU.wtne, Va.

in 1942. had the opport�lty

address:

looded tables in our

Providence has placed upon

ttruJ

laler.

TI!d

Lmpnm,ptu

an

for a group

Lee

elson

is now reached at the following address :

Mall

and the great responsibility that a boun�

extrRCt

pocket and

PLC.

always

alumni proud of

from

moment

were

president --two years agO, who paJd us a

Ramstad,

heads, no unfinished busint'ss "over there.'·

comfortable homes,

Seniors

short cali on November 4.

the

We pray that our loved ones may again

to

and

to see Hal Bruun,

Bill

there will be no foxholes, no beach

we sit down

Juniors

was

end

week

'·homecoming"

Rolf Enge, S llC, A.q,M. School, N.A.I(T

the fervent hope that. come this day next

As

the

Fort McClellan.

A. 33rd Batt. 6 Reg"

happy

to

hold

we

from

up

Is on his first fur-

Frank

Cen., Memphis,

goodly supply of com. That fall. Governor Join the family gathering

Bradford began plans tor a special time

CO.

Alabama .

ago

of

our dally bread.

be breaJdng at last. And

Frank Pavia,

Just

Infantry

Lew1s was sent

world . and this time a multitude

seems to

i year,

winter marked by scanty

these

with

'

the

by

to the medical corps and stationed at

While the dark. hard struggle that has

ture the purpose of this festive day.

in

suno)' South

Ed

I I marred our festive splr1t for so long is recap � I not over, we are thankful that the light

Tha.nksgl vlng approaches, let us look

back to our

I

0f hungry people with whom we wish we share

44

was experienced

weeks.

that

we

more

Once

Thanksgiving.

as

apart

set

been

has

I troubled I

approaching

are again

We

which

Probably the biggest. change in temper-

aLure

campus numerous

F R OM T H E P E N - PO I N T . . . . on the goodness of Ood.

opportunity

vlsiu; to our campus

�ntoans" �:8�h��:�

O. J. Stuen

Adviser

fll.thers,

I

O&rdlln

. Ann&beUe Btrk.estol

8oUc1tors : Margie Ca.rlaon..

As

I

Corinne El1cbon

AdverU&1ng :Manager

past.

an

had

Last

Ie, 1944

of last year's our gnduates. most of whom are now teach. armed forces en. Those who rlsJted. the school were . who is teach.Lng at Everett. to pay brief Rhoda. Lois Ludwig. a.t Issaquah, Vlrginia Weh.

laugh and is visiting his parents and friends in hls hom� town. Tacoma. Here . Is his newest address: Fnt.nk J. Pavia,

Reporters V1rg1.nJ.a Ia\1ct. Daphne Hel.lman Helen Anderson Aldys Bredvokl, '!'elms Louise Tollfeldt. KebIpr, Beryl Bupn, Anita Roth, Ruth

Adviae:r

During tbe

I

a two weeks m ny of

: Cormer st.udents now (n the

- ANITA. STUEN. ALICE BKUDIE

-

-1r

-Clites iN Service

i have

EDITORIAL STAFF

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the

i With

by

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126,

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Cam.,

2/C, 38'70234,

; maker, CaUf.

and Jerrold Thorpe.

c/o Receiving

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15, 1044

LYNX RESERVES

lfOSH :Diafll

DEFEAT LUTES at Uncoln on October

outfought

PLC

7

an

20

1 :30 A.

"",ould

eleven by a score of

indicate

Hard

J

clean

was featured throughout the game The largest flourlsh

18

play

scoring came In

a Lute drive from midfield was a (enGerhard

around

Rosin.

left end b) letthaJf

Earl NOrdeng carried the

the

extra

potnt.

The

to score

Lutes

aga..ln

lacked

the necessary punch to strike pay dirt. Uncoln scored two of Its touchdowns

the second Quarter. Both scores were- maeJe

sultcaAes

Camp

under

my

three hours_

for

clauses-no.

not even

I

i

I

My only regret is that

eyes?

Don 't

Sant.a!

only one

I had

I paper to give to my Comp ( teacher ) am appositive It 1 see imother predlca ment complement

I

��� ;

m Just an Idiom I

N:� l is

owner

e

Is

night

111

go

Cl"RZV

Guess

::

a e �::�� W n ��� k � � e lnk tood j a buddlng Son a H enIe I s

� ::: �

a 7 u �:r ': e

m

� _

:

S8 � I d t

::

o �� rl

Just think-no mor� clauses

no

more phrases-no more students classtime dazes-for t....o whole

threatened

but

111 be needing props to up-tU'ld did you notice

Nov. 9-0h Diary-had that �xam today !

ball over on a Quarterbe.ck sneak to add

several times

M.!

eyeBds

lovely

mention

to

The scoring play that culmlnRted.

)ard sprint

the

Studied

not·

The Lutes drev. flrst

the �ond period

blood

at

hold my

the Uncoln re­

outmarmed, but

The contest was much closer than the

score

I

Nov. 8--Dlary. do you know It's exactly '

In a. hani fOUQht, football game pla.yed

sen'es defeated

I

da,s"

"P .

K .'s. not K. P.'s Keep PLC Runnml." In here {.hey

of

are :

Uut.. So.

Ra�h Pflaepr, frelllhman In the College Education but

Seattle.

until September . was from

now

her

hom�

is Odessa,

W8..Sh . . even If she hasn 't bet'n there yet . Sports is thLs future p, E. Instructor's is

Her father the Re, E R Pflueger,

�jordb

Od

CbtLst s

of

pastor 55a

Education

Lutheran Church

R�n, Junior In the College of Woodburn,

from

t.s

Oregon

On a

camping trip the oth�r week-end

LOUISE

TOLLPELOT and her mount paTted eomPILllY ' 8.t I\. eruellll mommt: "I didn't know the horse was a high jumper." LouISe explained later. "When It went up and ov�r the f�nee, 1 went ov�r and down. After this

Ii

parachute or walk. "

Last

dorm

the

Thursday

was

111

��ther carry

of

floor

3rd

the

mass of matt.reS5e8, plilows,

a.

and blankets-a.nd it wasn't spring house-

cleaning. either. NORMA

ELLEFSON and

Her stnglng of the alto solo In the ChOir 8

RUTH JOHNSON exchanged rooms wu,,h

to everyone

DONNA

rendition of

'Beautiful Savior

1s

Sf'en

directing

Church s choir the Rev

H

older

son, Minn.

the

In

Ragen

brother .

Is

known

sings In the sextette

Jert

and on any Sunday morning' she

: PLC. 1936-37.

Hellman

"ere unin-

the article,

the last iSsue of the Moor1n¥

. her

,Clltc ,CllSsics TeTION By Daphn�

of the P.K,'1II at PLC

tentionally omitted from

hOOb)

I I

KalllplIS KOJHbliHjS

PK S tory Correcled

T ' , ..o

Messiah

Tacoma.

Her

father

has passed away Alvin,

who

be

can

Lutheran

one another.

Ruth

BETTY

toothbruSh

wlll

t.s

now rooming with

JOHNSON ftnd Norma's hang

JACKIE VERTREES.

beside

that

of

but

attended

now a mlnl<;ter at Madi­

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LUTIIKRAlf COLLEUE

P-,ACIPlC

NOON

00 YOU READ

CLUB NOTES

DEVOTIONS

" 1 Met the Savior Pace to Pace" \ was

Novtmbtt UI, U K ..

·A.MONG THE FRE.SHMElY

OR EAT YOURS?

I

[ _tor. Goroon Oano. .,ho made ov..._t fame In bY portray&! of irandma in the

Betty Lou RIeke, featured .., lfIolin on PLC's radio proeram. Be ptemtor candk1 ' bu-X. - aomea... -...tmm ca.atunere. Waahtn&".: vember �. Nora Kjesbu rave the scrtptUl"e daily. The dorm cont1ncent naturally has ellen By th1a Ume. he baa undoubtedly ton: B he baa studied vtoUn 101' RveraJ the edge on the rest of the populace. nu- bul t up a boOmiI;lB bualnea: In blaekm&1l. years and. reading &nd p:-ayer. l "baa jotned our orchestra at the No fair! He's bln'er than the rest of us ! PLC y . A slnpplrationa.l led by President Oer- mer1c:ally as well as emotionall . as 1c r the prehenelf com1 "J� cousins" paUenUy expl&1n Pat Leta Metcer almost met e� :�:� :: . .�d�.::k _ ���=o:�= :� d y t attemo.on She . - and LoraIne PurTis. who threaten · &0 air at the new Par� post office. The inc back last FrI a h re, nded m MISSION SOCIETY . fortWUlte ones with mall read thelra avtd. te mom1n& cla:sses � took a. U&lc catty a phoOocraph record to lesson in Seattle, and was bact in time [ ns a wer that eternal "Anot.ber ailter .leU" "Home !4.las1ons" waa the theme of a Jy on the "8)' tack. to school, while for the stating party P"rkiay evenln&'. question. step off at "Andy's" for d.l.scuaaion led by Dorot.hea. Ofstedal at who haven't the title of Ute vocal solo sung by Jo

Three guesses

to the IJlO5t inhabited immortal "Little Walt Rld1na Hood." has soloist

�NQOQ· c.voUana,...:I'bunda,f, No.- �� Par�d at 8 A. M. and, S P. M. u

:���

I

those !

anY,

a coke to drown their sorrows.

Il1ss1on Soclety Wedneeday, November 1.

The pt"OgI"aln included the followtna bum· The student with "ea.ting mall" is un"A Moment in the Morning," a bets doubtedly tbe moat popular person in the poem read by Telma Metzger, vocal &010, dorm, and that llttle slip that says to call �Lo&t in the Night;' by ved\a HU8eboe, at the indow for a package always

For

w

I

I

I

�!i �

the

campus

'lround

I

, bouts a set of The P'rOIsh cIU: has another slater team l.oui5e and Lola Tollfeldt. (not twine) Orace Blaine and Rumohr say they don't. look alite at all, while Gu agen, who hail fr om Aatorta. Oregoo lb some are su e ne Is r o the "splttin' tmap" Be&kiea being the s1stera of Marty QuI­ of the other Anyway, they're not roomtnc haaen, Pormer reporter now serving in The Freshman cla.sa

_

Some I

I

twins.

Reading enUtled "The Man 'nlat Died causes a stir ot excitement , for it could together here "Why should we?" aats the armed forces in Italy, they have the ' Me," presented by Ruth A be, and sometimes ls. something besides J Louise :'We've done 'that for the la.st 18 further cUstincUon of being the valedictrio composed of Norene St lbred, Grace yean ' that lloeekly laundry from tortan and aalutatorlan respectively, of 1 and Rumohr Gulhaugen � Have you met "Evening Helmet"? That. last. year's graduating class at Astoria 'Thy Word, Oh Lord" ,. and ' is the Engllab translation we hear. of HIgh School. a. poem Bee. I• LITTLE SYMPHONY con Lights" given by Leta Metqer. l our good Swediah friend, AIton Hjelm. �=====io

�ine

BJerta.n;

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' ADDS

home'

!

Evangellne Ahrendt. although only ". Professor Malmln bought. an alto darlis beginning her second year as vice-pres­ net for the "Little Symphony" last week. ! Ident of the Northwest District of Luther lAlther Memorial Church in Ta.coma, will i is Tollfeldt is going to play it. ' Leagues of the Amertcan Lutheran . be guest speaker a.t the D P.K. Thanks- Lo Dorothea Ofstedai is the new nute play- Church. Her home is In RJuville, Wash- i giving banquet Tuesday, NoveInMr 21. In the dining room. Acting as Master of er. "Sarge" Gulhaugen is tackling the big mgton, where her father is a Lutheran

D-P.K.

The Reverend A. R. Kettner, pastor of

Ceremonies wtll be Dean of Men Nelson.

I

I

INSTRUMENTS

bass.

string

Purvis plays the

Loraine

Arlene Cordes heads the decoratlng com· trumpet and Joe Heuchert has started Last Tuesday the mlttee and Agnes Roleder is in charge of with the bass horn orchestra presented the chapel program the program for the dinner

LSA

The LSAA

conference sched-

regional

Wed for the PLC campus Dec. 2 and 3 has been postponed. A detinIte date has

not been set, but the meeting wUl be held sometime In late February . The local LBA. is planning a fellowship

by playing three selections

I I

Eastvold Mrs J P Pfiueger adv1ser of the group, presided at. the cere- t!I mony. C

S

bener1t of the new members Jensen explained the goals and

For the

Ruth

! and

i 1

tlon.

LD.R.

Mrs. Pfiueger led In SCripture reading, several

hymns

were

sung

I B.

this year's officers of LDR were !

installed. at a meeting held Wednesday,

the

group. Gerry Olson. acc')mpanled by RU-

During an 1mpress.Jv e candle light cere- i mohr Gulhaugen. sang a solo.

. mony

by

Hostesses

for

the occasion

were

Mrs.

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Dt'cc mber 14, 1944

. --� -

CHOIR OF THE WEST

--- �--

No. 5

Choir Leaves On 18th Tou.. Opening Concert at Gethsemane Lutheran

With Dean Nelson count.ing noses, the "Choir of the West"---compJete

PLC

with

conductor, gowns, stands, chaperonB, pitch pipes ILnd 56 slngers-wUl board 8. 3 :55

p. m. Seattle-bound bus this afternoon

fot a rive-day trek to polnts north.

Another war-time choir trip finds the

musicians lraveUng

(watch

shoe-leather

�y

bus,

your

train,

and

shoe stamps

when this loot-sore group retunu). First stop wUl be tonight

I

I

where the choir

wUl

present

at Beattle

the

fin;t

concert In l-helr 18th choir tour at Oeth­

semane Lutheran Ohurch.

After a night's rest the songsters

will

: catch the morning train for Everett, at­

riving in time lor late Christmas shoppers to purchase ti18.t last gift. The evening concert wlll be given in the Civic Auditor­ Ium.

Saturday

Len. to ril'ht, front row: Marion SoItman, Emma Thoren, Betty Wrir1ey, Delores Keller, Geraldine Olson, Patricia Funis. Lydia Lentz, Helen Anderson, LoIs Dahl, Rumohr Gulhau.,en, Annie Uen. G. J. MalmJa Second row: Ruth Jensen, Acne:s Roleder, Miriam Hopp, Lillian He"em. Helen Marte Land, Norene SkJlbred, Louetta Brunner, Afton Hjelm, !\rd.is Severson, VNa Jean McCoy, Dorothy Rasmussen, HJordis Roren, Betty Lou RIeke. FTanceUe Schoch. Third row : Anna Anderson, Anita Stuen. Ved.b H.1ISIeboe, Agnes Myk1and, Janet Haule, Norma Ellefson, Sylvia BlomeUe, Dorothy Nieman, Jacqueline Vertrees., Ruth Towe, Grace Elahle Gulhaucen, Doris Jur�n, Jeanette 8un:!art, Dorothea. Ofstedal, Ruth Fosso. Back row: Robert Larson, Erllnc Norden,-, ar . Vernon Elstad, Roy � Lee Folsom, Russell MarTaY, Gordon Gano, Theodore Reitz, Ma.:l:well Vet� Joseph Heuchert, Gerhard Rosin. Walter Lopdeo, Edward Berndt, Albert KIlhn, EllIene Anderson.

b Pfhl

SENIOIfS GIV� NATIONAL HONOR

Three senior women from our campus

have been chosen to have their names biographies printed In the 1944-45

and

edition of WHO'S WHO AMONG STU·

AND COLLEGES.

Chosen for this honor

are Nora Kjesbu. Marjorie EdghUI. and

Emma Thoren. All three are senIors and members of Delta Rho Gamma.

:

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Do you recall your first Christmases,

She

Is vice president

representative

to

Of

AWS.

the ,Cabinet.

Senior

and

Marjorie Edghlll Is from Tacoma and

a

1.s

a student In the Department or Educa-

tlon.

do.

and even the

faculty likes to

Emma Thoren has been

an

II �� � : � : ��� : :

I

committee

and

elected

by

the

facuity.

(ConUnued on Pa.&'e 3 )

/7 /tu �iun �/1CJt"S V""'''''U . ,,"VI 14

Thursday, December 14, to Monday, December 18--Choir trip.

began

..

them to Bellingham In time for an eve· nlng concert in that city.

A r td ng on Monday, the choir wW

1 German

I I

don

Its red flannels and be.cktrack to Seattle. U a. thr Ung

Here landlubbers will be given hour and a halt ferry

I

ride

to Bremerton.

! I I

I

where to wash the dirt off their necks, go to Christmases Tuesday classes and be on hand for the there arc mountains covered with snow. home Christmas concert in Trtn1ty LuthHe remembers going with his father and eran Church. Under the baton of Prof. G. J. brother to get their Christmas tree and , u of songs. nearly getting lost In five feet. of snow. the choir North

Mr.

of

Trondhelm ,

Stuen spent his

Norway,

first

(�:.���::= :;

Oranges and apples seen only at Yuletide,

I

were preciOUS gifts beneath their tree. Dr.

Ronning

recalls

espeela11y

:Ma1m1n

SAVE FOR. SAGAS SOLICITORS URGE

the

lads

Start savin' those 8hllUIts ye everbroke , an lasalea be savin 'em wo. 'I1s a. everyone ate apples, oranges, and candy . word to Ute wise aa ye ct\ll swml8e so Although llving in America, Mr. Mal- ye'n be ready' when your yearbook pay, -and this fact d�termined Mrs. Franck's min's famUy always had a Norwegian ment comes due . first I1terary choloe. Robert Lar&ln, buslnes.s .manager of the Christmas. He remembers his father Dr. Pflueger's first Christmases were I placing a sheaf ot grain outsIde fo the 1945 Saga, has six sol1cltors who will take � spent on Ohio's Capital University Cam- birds' Chrtstmas. '\ orders for Ute annual and collect paypus, where he was born and spent his In Profess<Jr Ramstad's chlldhood vl5it.- menu. Carol EIefson and LoI5 . ToUteldt early childhood. The Christmas tree was ing loomed large In the Christmas ��s- have charge of Ute front. and rear sides es. The stories and one of nursery rh nursery rhymes book _had color ed pictures

and curriculum

. _______ _____

Franck

candidates were recommended by scholarship

Still heading North the Choir will reach

Mt. Vernon for a Sunday afternoon con­

cert in the high school apd1tor1um, Fol­ lowing thIs a. non-stop dash will bring

I Christmas Eve festivity. After an ample accumulating her meal the family would sit around the tree library on her third Christmas. She re- whUe the father read the Christmas mescaBs receiving two books, one of BIble sage. Then gifts were distributed and

Mrs.

years on the campus.

The

�: �:�

Swedish ancestors her family always 101-

Christmas Eve.

ber ot the Choir or the West during her

the facult.y

there they would find their gifts in the o ing m rn . Nort.hern MInnesota, where Miss Bl()mn l u st IV S sw � t s. o n o k t

lowed the custom of eating luteflsk on

active mem-

slter being pro-­

With Max Vetters on the plkh pipe, the families In the congregation would bring choir will sing In Our savior's Luth­ "remember back when-" their presents to the large Christmas tree eran Church . A few num bers w1ll a.I.so be Miss Nielsen's first Chrlstmases were in the Lutheran Church. After the church sung at the YMCA and the Lutheran . spent on a attle farm to Iowa. She re- program in which every child had Ii part Servloe Center. Returning home late Monday evening. members especially the Christmas prc- the gift.<; were opened and candy was gram In their llttle one·room, district distributed to all. the Singing studenloJ will be given time

you

I I Nora KJesbu has teen prominent In school. On Christmas Eve she and her DRG and is the present vice-president. I brother would each label a chair and

member of the Viking Club .

choir,

will wend Its way to Our Savlor's Luth­ eran Church ror an evening concert.

treats of lebkuchen . sprlngerle, the lighted tree, the stocking at the : and pfetrernusc. hearth. the exciting present.<;? Of course : When Dr. Eastvold was small, all the

!

DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES

!I "I'm Dreaming of a Christmas Long Ago Of Blazing Yule Logs, Frost and Snow"

b

the

vlded with maps of Stanwood, wUl pro-

ceed by rail to that "city of cities:' Here, wlt Dorts Jurgenson as guide, Ute group

not

yet

common

I

I

l

j

df,nn;

k

e-

.

In America so the Uvltles, an Institution he sUll enjoys. respectively on the third floor of the girls on second floor w1ll m a e Tuesday, December 19--All-school formal Pflueger tannenbaum attracted conslder- Between Christmas and New YlCau/YUlepayments to Jean Lovvold; b<Jys · in dorm Christmas banquet. Choir Home Con- able attention. The tree was lit wlth·wax tlders wearing masks would go from door candles and had Ute Bethlehem scene to door receiving treats at every home. to Ivar P1hl ; day students wlll contact C€rt at TrinIty Lutheran Church. Wednesday, Deoember 20, to Tuesday, beneath It. On Christmas day his tamlly Because his father was a florist, Dr. Walt KunschBk and Sylvia Blomel1e. The total coat, including taX, w 1ll be January 2--Chrtstmas vacation. I and the stu�ents from the dOrmitory en- Ranson's most prominent recollection of three dO.llars and nineteen cents. (Continued on Page 3_1 Wednesdal\ January 3-Back to classes. I joyed a bountiful meal including the I

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-.' .1\0. TWO

m�p i1IIlooring

i1Rallt

year by .w.Uahed � two WttD durIng the lIChool studenta of Paclflc Luthertn COllege. ""_, ..- 8011 6fneO: RNiiii 130

Entered u second clUs matter. October 3, 1926, at the � Offlce at PartJ&.nd. 'Washlngton, under the Act of

.

Sporta Reporter .

..... _.. .Theodor-e

Relts

I

. ................Marlan Butler . ...._Inga Jobn..oon

Corinne EzicUon

AdverU&1ng Manager

He lS very Officers'

Marv was Associate Editor of the M. M.

year and

known

to

candidate School

after

basic

DonaJd GUbettson, ex '41, hM been sent to Colgate Unlverslt.y for treJnlng III the Academic Refresher Unit IV-7"

�:::: :� :

left. a yesr ago last lIprtng.

when he

.... .DOROTHY NUMAN

BUSINESS MAN'AGBB.

'Earl H, MaeConnell. studen� here the

flrat of this school

many u the "photographer," is now a.t Camp Hood, Texaa, He expects to go to

and hls frlen�, but. will have to remain neU 39481314, Co. D, 149th Tr. Bn. Camp . at. the h05plt.S.t some time Cor treatment, Hood, Texu.

Mrs Ruth Franck

�USINESS STAFF

amla..

Ronning "from a South Pacif1c is­

anxious to get to the Coast to see PLC training. HlS addres.s b Pvt. Earl MacCon­

Reporters: Vl.rginia I.!Y1ct., Daphne Hellman, Helen Anderson, , An1ta Roth, Ruth JohruIOn. Lou15e ToUfeldt. Metzcu, Beryl

Becgan

Dr,

land."

said that. he

and walklng . with . a cane.

1944

Navy 3205, Fleet Post Orrlce, Ban l"rall­ �nt� he . wrc-te to ca.u.t

was getting up a lIt�e while each dt.y

. ....Wa!t.' Kunschak Ardys Bredvokl, Telma

..

and

ter part oC November

.. ...._ANlTA STUEN', ALlCE B&UDm

OO-EDITOU .

L�

Hospital In Spokane. His mother, Mrs. Shaw, from Tacoma.. visited him the lat-

It.

i:Jltes in Service

With the -*

Ma

ern France, Ls now at the Baxter General

EDITORIAL STAFF

'

-�-- . ..

December

rvin F. Shaw. ·t3, who hIM been pre, fi ea s:eno\lS1Y �ra:r- ·t:trrrtt dttri� I wCII.fa action In North Arrlca, .Italy, arid southI

Sub8crlptton price-tl.OO per Year March 3. 1819.

--- ....

c

Washington.

p'I

,

�:;- F.=,W� B::� po d

Navy

Donald entered the navy In June 1944.

Addre.s.s:

It took the M. M. to 'tell AI Nordenr, ex '43. that hLs brother Erl Willi playing

D.

B.

Ollbert.son,

8 3/C. V-l

Unit, Box 1103, Colgate University, Ham1I­

I

Bn.Ule,

ton, New York.

audlln on the football team. A.l has been out at . JacII. ex '43, who was prominent . ......Cecella sea for some time now and has 'been at ' In sport.'J while here at PLC, can be reachll Annabe e Birll.esto1 Honolulu. HLs new address t.s Ensign ed at his station In England by the fol.. .. ...Grace Blrtestol H . A. Nordeng, U. 13. N. R. U. Exchange 8. S. lowing address : Lt. Jack Bratlle 0. nne, Yancey A. K. A., 93, c/o Fleet Post OfClce, 2068S81, APO 16634, B3' 35, c/o P. M., New SOUcltors : Ma.rgte Carl&on. Ot'a.oe oulhaugen, Rwnohr Ouihaugen, Jocelyn Ly San Francisco, CaltfornIa. Ruth BJerkan, and SylVia Blomlle. York, New York.

C1r'culaUon .

Servicemen', C1rcul.tioo

I

Krnnet.h Obon, ex ·t3, after being staO. J . stuen tloned at Ft. Lewis for Quite some time Is ------ . now overseas. His new address Is Cpt.

I

I

Ken. A. Olson, A S N 39193321, 3325 Sd

A M Co. APe 655, c/o Poetmaster, New

, York, New York.

I

Another

I

new

address:

18 that of Lt.

WIIJ,S Fobom. ex '37: Lt. WUlys Folsom, 119 MCB SQuadron, APO 728, clo PM,

Seat.t.Je. Washington.

Bob Uaqe. frosh In 1942, is now In the

Infantry.

Address:

Pfc. Bob Hauge, Co.

P. 1 1 6th Int., APe 29 c/o P. M. New York. The Christ. ChUd brought to the world hope of peace on earth, RDdy Johnson, ex 't3, who was in the lUllt That hope has not been reallzed. perhaps because we have not taken seriously the action while serving with an Infantry of Brest, received hu Tit rating Invasion to a fact that Ute Christ Man gave HUth as Ute means of fulfUUng the hope brought by fighting ln Gennany, accotdlng months ago. He Is now with t.he several of his department war to substance the from message , is an Ideal of things still to be attained. Paith L'I the Ule ChUd. . aUted torces In Western Europe. Address : things hoped (or. It Implies acceptance in the present of what Is desired for the future. parents Mr . and Mrs. William Lunde QC ! Parkland. He wa.s a member of the Sgt. Rudolph B. Johnson, �91t5759, Tr. If )-'e have (alth

good wHl

to men.

['

I

Hope

But as a grain

Of mustard seed. . .

grain

If YE have falUl

grain

or mustard seed .

So rings the challenge stilL

Then war and death and hate wUl go

And peace and life and love ye'll know.

i

gra.1n

Of mustard seed.

-Gee Reneau

To whom honor is que should honor be given. Therefore, you w111

ring

8:

find

In this

Mast the first Quarter honor roll-those students earning a

longer llst. next quarter.

But no honor roll can include the names of all those deservlng a place on It;

neither is

an

an infalllble criterion of scholastic ab1llty. There are, for who are carrying ext.ra credit. hours, outside work, extra-cur

honor roU

LnStance, the students

rtcular actlvitJes, and. so forth. They may have Ule abillty and the urge to do top notch 'ROrk; but because .of these other duties they cannot make the marks necessary

dlscred1Ung students

tor the required grsde average.

We are not

who dJd "make" the honor roll ; we want simply

I

Kenneth M.

Johnson,

Villa

USNTC, Miami, Florida.

Instructor In the high school depart·

graduate of the Junior

Ens.

W.

C.

ensign.

college In

lib

1937,

Schnackenberg,

address Rec.

is:

1944

Dear Santa,

This year please bring a lIt.t1e doll

W. C. Schnackenberg (Schnack), is now a

C

Sla.,

A rag one if you can.

Aw nuts I

Just skip the ragged don

Bring me a rugged man.

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

Cltapel Quotes Homemade

troubles �are like old-time but the things oC the spirtt ,whi.ch survive. clothes; they seldom fit and they last. a -Nora Kjesbu, College of EdUCRtlon time.

-Pres. S. C. Eastvold have

or

Sentor

Character is to ha.ve sp1rttual power,

receive to say no over against all evil: character

The real freedom that. we need ls

Jree-

dom from the tyrant at our own hearts( Sometimes we hear "what were good to be done" so often that we become weary the tyrant of sin and selfishness. -Prof. J. P. Pfiue g e } wtUl weU-Usten1ng, without reaching the DOING stage. ) It is the things of the world fth� PerhaPS that's the situation between us and the UBuy a War Bond" appeal. Added to th1a Is the convenient "Th�t Lsn't for me, fu golDg to college" alibi. However It is, our oontribution fo the war ettort via the purchase of bonds and ANDERSON CROCERY stamPS Is something abort of heroic. Tbe sale among students amounts to only a tew Parkland. Waah, ,OR, 8580 dollara a. week when It should. and could, be much more, "Im�lel" you say. We're short on spending money as It is." Now we're not SCHOOL SUPPLIES aDd. gettmg tnquJ.stuve. we're not aat1ng how you �nd that spending money, and we're DOME REMEDIES not campaigning aga1Dst rnich Uttle luxuries M cokes or between meal maw at the ------------.... Bug, College We wouldn't be normal without them. But after all, there is a good old "-

15 to have strength to say Y,es over agalnst aU that 15 good and noble and true. Everything In this world Is tor the bene ­ fit. of man, and man is the IMtrvant of God. If we fall to serve, we fatl to llve. -Rev. O. L. Jensen, Pastor of the Messiah Lutheran Church, Tacoma

I 4============::! I

word the oneb Imew�ra.t1on. And moderation might be helpful to our health 1 "'-----.. future · figure aDd tho ...... efforl. COlLEGE HAIRCUTS '!be price of two � and. a couple of cokes • week adds up to enough for a baby bond per 6Chool year. We invite-yOu to do your own arlthmeUc M to what PARKLAND BARBER

boDd capacity is on that baaia. C. R. MARSH Remember it wor-b two ways-you help younelt -AND your country, How about the slogan-Buy .a snaCk, 'but buy a war stamp first I •_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ .... _ _ _

I

New address : Woodrow W, Arneson, '38,

CHRISTMAS

ment and dean of men here last year, also

Everything that. we

I

P

415, Plagler. Wash.

D'Este

comes Crom God. -Ted �itz, Liberal Arts Sophomore

your pot.ent1al war

Special mention should be made In Ulls

2/C, E .. Dlv., USB South Dakota, P1eet at his here at PLC In 1942 was EnslJll Post Office, San Francisco, CaUf. Lt. (Jr) Kenneth M. Joh nson who is stationed at the same . place. His address is Ensign J, Alvi n Arne, '38! Navy Detachment, Port

long

to point out that the honor roll does not list aU those who are deserving of scholastic

bonor.

"B" 15th Ren Sq. APO 339, c/o PM, N. Y., New York.

109, c/o P05tmaster, New York, New York.

417. USNTC, Miami, Florlda. A classmate

grade point average of 2.25 or better. Our hats off to these ambitious students-let's ' com.m.l.ssloned have

I

dress : �Ign B. L. BUldt, Villa D'Este

IF ye have faith

edition of the Moo

bn..sketbaJl squad while attending college.

He has been In the service column at a giCt ' of $2.00 to the M.M. b lEd SandviJ, ex '44, who lB now at the Orea for three and a hair years and was here on part of a furlough alter 27 months of La.lI:es Naval Center. This should make some at our students realize how much duty overseas. He has been stationed In the "boys" care about receiving the M.M t.he Hawaiian Islands. Captain Simonson and make us willing to give more to WIt.S associate editor of the M. M. his last. sending the school paper to the servl year here. Address : Capt. W. A. Simonson, men. AAF Fleed Gwmery School, Foster Pleld, BU. Croft, ex 't1. has the Collowln Victoria, Texas. new ad�: Pvt. BUss Croft, 19022405 EnslJll Bert L BUldt, '42, is stationed HQ. 18 Corps (A.B.), ABC Detach., APO tor a short time In Miami, F1orlda. Ad­

Of mustard seed.

But as a

killed In

the campus.

When he has faith

But as a

Willi

Army Air Cor�, was a recent vWtor on

and sea and air have proved

ThB.t by nlan's wtll they may be moved, But as a

t2,

'

Captaln Walter Simonson, '40, of the

Thus spake t.he Master long ago.

And earth

unde, ex

cpt Rod,.er L

BERCLAND HARDWARE co. NIl

PAOIPIO

OR. 8'!80

Whoa

,.. ._ _ ___

C. FRI!D CHRlmNSEN

<Rooenburp)

8TATlONQ

3.,; 91.:. ...� A ;; ve Pacl1Ic ,;;;.;;;;,,,; ,,;.;,...

;; BR. ::..:=...

_ _ _


,

...... , -

December

a, 1944.

The P.

by

C.

L.

second

u.s

GAME

basketball

defeating

the

men, 51-39.

McChord

The entire third

the

fourth

were

hal!.

F1re-

Field

quarter and

much

During

the same

B" .I

time

this

the

H-'�-n ..-uuur.

Da"VU'o ""'

too

baU !

And believe it or not, the baskets

are

, (the exception used occasionally, elng Ruth pnueger who can really throw � em tn.)

I llmtnary

as the

pre

Cow d be that we nlUst attribute that sklll shown on the floor to th05e -

sen

lead ,

I

setting-up exercises.

Etta Claus-

left so weak from laughter

Is

as In awful) that

she

("&"

turns up misslng on

about every other "touch your toes and

enough but when the rest of us have I bad to do It on the get lumbago" exercise.

course that's

Of

I,

i

I

I

was marked

by

l

I

numerous

be Usted but once

can

And about those tolk

been

I There's

I In

!

the senior

Bas.lc qualifications for membershIp

are '

curricular activities

for

cha"",te" scho'....hlp. leed.,.hlp and

In

extrn

potentiality

future usefulness to business and society. The

first

edition

of

WHO'S

WHO

The

purpose

of

the

book

free and

lmpartIal-5econd.

���r�= �m!� is

A

placement

also offered f

...

:

bureau

by

for

to

928

Mountain Highw.y

Lundber� Drug 11830 PACIFIC AVE. PHONE

OR. ..19

Fine Art Studios DISTINCTIVE PORTRA ITS

Have Your Gift Photos for CHRISTMAS T�en Now Studio Hours - l O a . m .-9 p. m. Phone

MAi n

5051

1 1 1 3 Pacific Avenue

his

earliest

the

holida.y

BREDVOLD, and

was

the

peak

of

\

open,

disclosing

a

Speaking of

more

TREES, and NAOMI TRUSSELL.

/ "'::0== beneath.

Important

was

the

fact

o

RECORDS

and SHEET MUSIC

fems acquired

II!

I

I

1121-23 Broadw.y

E OU NTAIN EATU RES

for Roosevelt.

OAr. "'s

III

ii

RAYMOND ELECTRIC CO. 813 PACIP'lC AVE.

BRdwy 17..

DELORES

Fint- in Floor Coverinp

OCCASIONAL

P'!lRNl'l'URB RU08

..8HADE8 • BEDDING DRAPi<RIEB LINOLEUM:

can

reeeived

In

a

j'Il"' "'I

Crash !

mas,

Nea;�. ;�:rsen L

"It

P.

to

Put on your

arrive at the class

L. Cltes who can't

only

In

my heart" with the foi-

thronging,

busy mart;

.

______

-

In the heart."

__ -----

All 10 attractive for your School Activities at Moderate Prices

I

I

ALMA AYRES

-!oj+I

Chrtstmas on the highway,

Coats • Suits Dresses

I I

I

is

the

Is the Christmas

II

....

The

plenty

But the dearest. truest Christmas

i

MAln ..."

1t

In

I It

---

Is

lowtng consolation :

_

TRIC KS - J OK ES - MACIC

production,

Owwwwwl

cold mornings.

these

Last

the theme-song, "111 be home for Chrlst-

the mall

SWEATERS

HANDBACS • BLOU SES •

Skld!

SUp!

novel

• J EWELRY

yards of monLs­

dye for It.

and green for cos ­

Christmas

theIr

in

tumes

to red

mes Rang. "Why the Ch1 "

Icy

question : Where are

KELLER

HELEN DAVIS for CIIrIS - tmas G 1-ftS

.

wUUng to

That's the only wa.y

be quoted as say-

fonn of birth announcement

I

are

cloth from tan

make It home for Christmas we suggest

INC. 760 B'roadway

i

I

-Victor's Market

�t.BOC���; �lk;

BROOKDALE

OR. 8638 • -

A

SHARMAN BOOKSTORE 934

P",ifi, A.enue

()pen Evenings

til l 9 p. m.

••

••

Peerless Grill

915 Commerce

r::::::

MA... 8'702

,-

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wa BROADWAY MOTOR CO.

Specialized Auto Repairinc Standardised Prices

DR. 3882 714 Broadway .. "m""'''.''.,�''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''"''''''''''" �

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11

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V

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SE�� -LROEBUCK ' AND CO.

Broadw�y I �9

at 1 3th

A TOAST TO HOLIDAY HEALTH . . . HOMOGEN I ZED

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SELDEN'S

{$64

the BepubUcans?)

I

that. they

Tuesday they turned ten

brakes and leave for your classes early.

and RUTH PFLUE·

I :��.!"�_

5454 so PUOET 30UND

coMMERCE

l'OLLFELDT

BERYL BERGAN are

so enthusiastic over their dramatics claM

week-end nights donn-parties in one piece . l And to those (For reservations see

PROF. FRANCK

II j

CHRISTENSON, ARDYS

board walk leading to the Ubrary

te-

Books for Christmas

PIPER FU NERAL HOME

...

the

lng he will nunk anyone who didn't vote

.)

722 B,dwy

QU ALITY K NITTING CO

On

GER. )

'i1

RANWELL'S

permanents over

I ..." Broadway

TED BROWN M U SIC

�?r:

I '"

I

LATEST

I

that

continual battie of fog vs. feminine flurf,

I

stay up as late as

to

In

-

the fog must have won out, for aU three

':-

lit

I CoedVER

there'll be no

straight hair for our three cuUes, RUBY PETERSON, JACKIE

, -ji II

brightly

trimmings,

boys, where's the mistletoe?

oC

P. L. C.

buadlnr ··sta.i.rww.y-buUders."

1'..as a lot oI

Only one thing,

On that night the door ot their

Wlng

Washington

BLUE RUSTIC

Christ-

that on this nJ.ght alone was It possible

' '1>;:: T ========::::::0 �I"' D I N N ERS '" STEA K S / FOU NTAIN SERVIC E" Tacoma 2

other

rs to the homes of hls father's

for young M1scha

personnel directors of

Pacl!lc Avenue

and

Christmas tree with gayly wrapped pack-

ages

those

Jetland & Palagruti

Eve

thrown

WHO·S WHO,

-- ---

connected with the wo,k Of

JX)lnsetttas

.

mas

tlon on the great body of American stu-

dents.

Is

ANNABELLE

18 any lndJeation,

Cbrlstmas trees,

too.

they brought us a load of fir. JrtIle, and

dorm.

It·s

1)

the new statiWay

came

back with a truek.load of

LOIS

parties.

living room, locked for .several days, was

establl.sh a reference volume of Informa-

ll.sted

Mr. Fr"anck, who spent

season .

Llonal reoogn1t1 on to a deserving student

is

ChrtstmRS

To

First, to serve as a means of giving na-

tllat

(ConUnoed from

and

If- the alt.enMon alven \.be... bu1l.dlna

hemlock trlmmlngs.

Christmases tn Budapest, Hungary, Christ-

two-fold :

I.s

class.

them at our

tall Umbers Saturday

are a lot of fun.

nothing like Schottischlng for a

deUvertng

A....\{ONG STUDENTS was printed In 1935.

In

learning

use

work out!

I :���:

class.

to

able

Faculty's First Christmases

this book, last year the faculty voted to , members from

laboriously

to the

tine."

calf 'are dolng

&.ltd

oow

those two peppy "Roy BOYS," RAY Inc! WAl.:iT KlJNeeH'� took-

cent holidays.

9.'� 'have

dances

When

P. L. C:s Christmas spirit seems to be coming to a bead in rOQm '416 ot the girls'

reaUy fun, after we get them down pat,

to be

I

(ConUnDed from Pace 1 )

select

.

I good

Students Honored Since a student

I

ping

from her mother recentJy. It read : "Both

··IJeck !.he halls with boughs of boIly."

t IDtAMMER

and sewed up the ball game. The� double, to castanet ftCfour : minutes saw the Lutes hit the basket I companiment, It's even more SQ, Casta\lith tulelTing accuracy to score 16 points I nets ? No, not really. J ust Anita (leave out the middle name) Roth's knees papand put the game on Ice. lows on both sides, due to !.he speed and vigor of the play throughout.

PAGE T'HRBE

KAMPUS KOMBINGS

,

Watch It! Don t crowd her ! Hey, break ' hat d.ribhlc� Where's the.. �1 li9ld t. e\'erylh1ng ! It's a toss up-no. it's basket-

part of '

changed hands frequently with neither t.eam able to gain a commanding lead. It v.-a.s In the four final minutes of play that the collegians hit thelJ' stride

The game

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'I'tfe' l"lte1l".l€'n tOOk an early lead, chalking up 8 points before the Luteg were able to break into t� scoring column The College team began slowly to eut dovm the lead of lhe1r opponen ts and lbe end of the first halt saw them 'hOldtng the slim margin of 19 to 15.

first

.

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P ",lite ",Il ssies TeTION I

�m turned ot the current season

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LtJTHBRAN COLLEOE .

PACIPIC

'

BRAIN CORNER r..eshmen

The

ter honor roll, which is considering

It

that

half the student

"MAT" SERVED ' GOOD the high- A T VIKING GA THERING

came out wlth

est number of students on

the

mo.re

num.bers

body.

first quarthan

Slx ft06h made the

necessary 2.25 grade average. Next in

l.1J:le

� 'ere the SOPhomores with four representav t : ��:::c:� d�a��s :� �ll��:�=�:n the Ust

Is

the mid-semester fal i term

Ruth Bjerkan

Fol1o�lng honor roll :

,

I

the Lord's Prayer was repeated

�I��

-

9,'eglan.

The program consL')t.e�t �f

Mrs.- It.

wegian by

2,

In

two

vocal

. n I

"1

Hlmrnelcn, Christmas"

2.77

Hjordls

Marjorie Edghill

2.73

sung

Warren Jaech

2.69

grunes were played for the remainder of

Grace Birkestol

2.42

Norwegian

Elaine Smith

2 .4 1

party

Maxine

2.40 2.35

\\'ere

Lois Penninl

2.33

Anna

Leta

Metzger

Carol

Elefson

a..�

party

the

Norene

decoratlons-Jftl.n Lovvold, Carol Elefson and Helen Peterson: clean-up---Jean Lov -

:Ch����:�����: �� �;m���F.���� "Anret

Bach:

C

Spirlts"-P

''Beautltul

Noble;

Elefson.

void

Carol

Cf'lI

GRrdlln.

and

Helen Petuson. Ce-

F'enl

Erickson.

Sa.i..."-F. Mellus Christlansen

Group two: "Gloria Pat.ri"-Palestrina ;

S.

"P1-ahe to the

Bach;

MeIIus CIlrIstIansen.

Group three: "Today Th�r�

i· Rine-in,," i

is

evening.

, ters In It "'ere as follows� Vlrglnla Isvlck.

'I

i

I

I

Miss

Grace

he Lord Bless You -Peter Lutkin. T

I

Chorus

with sopranos and altos from the choir

"Bethlehem,"

present

J

cnntnta by G

Mrs

Holstad

,'r,,

Christmas

wUi

accompany the choir

I

as

Butler,

general

to

be

toast-

chairman.

assistants Shirley Morgan

Pat

has

In charge

and Inga Johnson of clean-up

I for day

I tory

Prices for the

dinner

\\Ul

be

90

Alice

Purvis.

Janet

KJesbu,

Hauge,

Mrs. Margaret. Harmeling. J'tuth Johnson.

I

Kay Karlson

and Veda Jean McCoy. " Whv the Chimes Rang"

flce won over the riches of the world and . ca.used the heavenly Christmas chimes to ring once more In the old cathedral. Furnishing

the

music

ba�kground

the play wa..� a girls

choir

322 So Ninth

is the story

of hOW' one little boy's love and self sacrl-

for

composed of

Just Above Rialto Theater

O���==�===�==�e:•

liP.

HJordls Rogen. Miriam Hopp. F'rancelle Schoch, Dorothy Nieman, and Betty Lou also

and

provided

Roleder

Agnes

cents

studenL� Rnd 25 cents for dorm i-

ago,

Not long

the

directed

1[

students

&

ANDERSON LUMBER COMPANY 9802 PAC I F I C AVENUE GRanite 7 3 1 1

BROOKDALE LUMBER CO. MountaIn HIghway

organ

BROOKDALE ,

choir.

the Choir and the Glee

mas music The Glee Club recorded a cantata writ·

I

1

1

a.

..o e with were recorded....n

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Several other Christmas carols

Soltman _

� _ __ _

solo by Marlon

__

Mrs. Frisbee's Ba kery

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So

Phone OA 7591

38th at

1 Broadw y

92

a

,

Tacoma

rll' ]'l.f.�"l..

STOP AT

FOR FINE BAKERY PRODUCTS

7 10

ORCHARD HILL

heard In one of the broadcasts during the holidays.

WABH.

RAU'S CHICKEN DINNER INN

ten by Professor Malmtn. which will be

of the program Norma Lemke of dccora_ 1

tlons

Rob..

House Coah

O II :!:.===�@ DE :::::::!" ;�,��� "1� R}��:'�J I ���flJ

as chaperon

0"

a

Malmln

Marian

Is

Blomquist

Skirts

Dresses

Club went down to KVI to record Chrlst­

In

the Recreation room at 6 : 00 o·c1ock.

�a.s Song-"-F. A. Gev�;rt ; "SUent Night"; I of the evening,

Son"-N. Llndsal' Norden; "Joyful Christ-

wlll

19.

Dickies

I

, CHOIR, GLEE RECORD : CHRISTMAS MUSIC

: mistress and the Rev. O. L. Jensen. father I of Ruth Jensen. will be the guest speaker

-F. Melius Christiansen : "Only Berotk-n

On Tuesday evening the Girls

December

Bags

Costume Jewelry

role of jolly old Uncle Bertle

The t.ableau part of the play was per-

musk

Tuesda.y

B.louses

�ulted him to a T.

Don your best bib and tucker and come :

Lord" -F. ; next

� t �\h � :��' w:�::. a: d� �r-

"

S�eJite"

The play

I haps the most benuWu 1 and the charec- I

"Arise A ll Things" and "A Babe is Born out to the annual Christma.<; banquet, I In Bethlehem"_G J Malmln "Sanctus" sponsored by the Student Body slated for

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GIFTS

c:�tla7� i

ing role of Holger. Ann.abe e

Rieke

Taconla Pastor to Be Speakel' at Banquet

e

Teetlus

Lynne :

Jocelyn

and

Davidson.

I

games- ! Skllbred. Ruth .

2.3} 1 and Donna Johnson : refreshments-Cor. mne Erickson. Ings. Johnson. Alice Brudle.

"America": "Ail Breathing

,.man."_T.

of

charge

program and

2.33 , John�on. Doris Jurgerson, Alice Ka.&.land '

Choir Tour S.

in

follows :

2.25

(Continued from Pa.c-e 1 ) Llfe"-J.

pleasanUy,

Anderson.

Myrtle

Group one

the

concluded

Yuletide· food

most

I

and

group

the

by

Tuesday, December

i

I

Margaret Ellis ably portrayed the lead-

\ don Gano 's

were

carols

serving of traditional

The

Committees

Alice Brudle

" White

Christmas

Norwegian

in

. 2.44 . t.he evening.

Theodore Reitz

I

by

HlmmeJen.·'

and

Ch1.me.s

the

"

was presented

12. In the P. L. C. gymnasium.

1 : .:��:

2.81

Ragen.

Why

production.

on the dramatic class

Nor- ] Johnson.

A. Holstad. Pre'5ldent

solos,

rose

was wlder the supervl.s.ion of Mrs. W. M.

Betty Lou Rieke

Strandwold

j

. 7. and

Nor- ,

S. C. Eastvold, and Professor O. J. Stucn. , and

Walter Kunschak

i which

mas party Th�rsday night.. December Jean Lovvold, president. read Luke

Rallg" 1

The house lights were dimmed and the curtain slowly

December

I"

Christmas Play Given By Dramatics Class

The Viking Club held its IU1nual Chrlst -

not surprising.

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VOL.

Jarifir 11lutqrran ItCnUryr

In Y t"arbook Driv�

I

Prexy Agnes Mykla.nd. Further plan!>

aft�r the election of a st,udent body adRasmussen

Dorothy

manager

\'e,tislng

last spring

who was elected to thts post 1(,IH1ng

Is

Washington It

of

Unlversltr

thf'

f'ntf"r

'0. Itt

thts

the end of

sempster

from the rt'turns of th(' Saga Car-

I s

,

nival that the buslnes.<; staff of th(' Yt'RrfllHlnc\al contrl-

It$ biggest

book f"Xp{"('l.s

butlon,

:lIld busilH's.<; SlnHs have mrt

EditoriRI

several times rt'('ently with Editor EUnlC{' Torvend

make-up

tht'

outline

to

coming book ",·Ith Bob Larson book'· end

t.he ·'pocket

the

of

heading

I

h \'e

he

m :;

� d

fa

sielt'.

f"dltorlal n

I

e

j

h

-m

a c d

C

o

�k

I

I

I

I

Robert Larson. business manager of the studenl.s

all

urges

now

Y!"arbooks

e

off in

n.

R

Jlvely fashion with the preSt"nU!.tion of a skit on last s_udent body day In chape l

First prize winner wlll receive his or her Saga. a

S2

Second

free.

reducUon a.nd

reduction

Bob

seiUng

prize

tWn:i

I I I

to

faculty

and

to have th� sales cam-

I

by

Alaska

presldenl

Barlow,

C,

Mr. R

Tacoma I

$320

I s

to the tune

hot on your 'trail

"That. the Federal Government

Resolved

I

labor disput.cs.'·

lion of

:

memb!"rs

dt'tt' rrrrillt'

of

Chamber

of

of

Commerce

[)(>velopment Committee

Eastvoid expee ts

College

I 11 PLC'S CIoset A recent tour of thE'

Blolog;.·

Labora-

tory dl.<;("losed that ev!"n PLC has IL� own

i

1

to

, dunng

somettrne

_____

Skeleton Found

ha.s

the

I been I The

the

and

a member of

:l!';

Heading

the

formidable

I

I

rating

of

materials

dltteren l

reprCSf'nt

the

bUS)' .

committe e

thL<;

TIle Council

tet' which Is

ts

and ou' oomes ,

'�"'_

laturt" nov.

conditions

;:�� � �: ��

set. For recording blood pressure. there " a ••h'....o_n.m...' < you pconoun ",

the

prest'n Ung a

proposed

muscle

log

movements

An electric plate

has

Legis-

This but is being

In session

and

heart

beats.

Pfc. Marvtn Shaw , ex '43, tonner A:;-

soclate

Editor of the M, M., who in two

in bacteriology. Other new gadgets years in the !U"ttl.y has seen front line ac­ Include a hemoctOblnomeur, for measur- Uon In North Africa, Italy, and Southern

use

the

1ng

blood:

a

amount

ot

hemoglobin

pneumO(l'apb.

for

In

the

France,

recon:ilng

movementf; at the chest In breathing ;

is now

recuperating at the Mad.1-

gan Hospital at Camp Murray (Ft,

a

SeveraJ students and

haemacytomel.er, to determine the amount members

In a given quantity of blood; and an lruhactortDDL In case you still don't know what It's all about we of

corpuscles

Moortn!! future,

the

for

plants, nora

which wlll be held late McMin nville PRclflc:

t.hf'

will

enter

the

All

Ore

Februacy

Northwest

colleges

V ik i n .O'8 HOllorell � the

to

Tribute

Fighting

i

I I

Army

numbers

Mildred ot

Nay)

Ceremonies

have

Lew).

also several faculty

visited

him

dunng

the

short time tha.t he has been bact. here on the coast.

r

Man entered the service two years

ago

vocal

ItaJy. In

twice.

troups

Italy

drama,

Marv

was

was

time

at

wounded he was

crafts,

government.

of

appreciation

educauonal

mea�-

the

M1streSS _

Anzio,

literature

contemporary

ogy.

trigonometry,

family, social psychol -

t.he

analytics.

E, methods , 112

of

world

next semester?

Who wUJ be freshman

representative? Everybody's asking. and nobody knows

j

.

Come,

school

your

show

spirit,"

urges President MykJ and "Begin t'lrculating your petitions now "

AS H VICE-PRESIDENT RECOVERING AT' HOME Betty Christenson

of edu,""on who

JWllor in the- college

.. be<n 'n h

one and a halt months,

remain

at

Tacoma,

until

home

: express

her

the hoop'''''

retW'lled. to

January 9. She wUl

In I from her appendectomy.

appreciation

fully

recovered

and

gratltutde

She w1&hes to

seriously to the many friends and students at PLC wounded

who

remembered

her during

n fUllling events

It was aIter

ali directions.

government

? ? ?

eat nrtlllery tram the enemy hit close by In

and

Who wIH be- ASB Business Manager

� to down a street to try to find someth1ng flew

A-lcorn

Dr,

Include

American

geometry.

music. and P

was In France where as he was walking and

the

have been

history,

counterpoint,

her home In

landed

nearby

of

amonH

which

years

history

solid

I for

who

The third

ot

Coastguacd

and

______

_

assa ult

songs

theme

arts.

contemporary

Vlklnt(l'I

Included

Martin

Brodland

by

!!Iven

prevloW!

Shakespeare,

Norma Lemke played as

the

Marines

bt!

course

the

local

urements. church history , tine ails, ethics,

solos by Emma Thoren and HJOn:ils Rogen Lorene and two accordlan selections by Garges Wilson

In

Washington .

of

ot

thts

outstanding a.mong the outside tal -

plano

this

la.st semester but

Industrial

at

A gir l acrobat and two small boy soloists offerings

will

triPfl

microbiology,

oftered

presentt'<i by tht' seniors on Wedneswas day, JanuRry 10, 1945, In the- college gym

Student

of

of

Other second-semester courses not gi\' _

en

A 1 Sen ior Progranl ·· A

values

m!"dlclnal

Rnd

Field

sec­

nut-riUon, taught by Mrs. Rhoda Young.

and

tournament

In

be a

wjJl

next semester

classification

and

the

near

Nursing students will be offered classes

ll'l

2 and 3

Lintlela

bot-Rny

In

ot

the

In

begmnlng

�tudy avaUabl!"

attractions

These preliminary debates are In prep-

aration

printing

printing

the

be

will

Ma..�t .

recognition

Ihe

of

Alcorn wlll Instruct studentf; in

Dr.

to

draw

support

pro-

printing

phal'es

otht-r

projects which the c11l8S will

A fIPld course

ond

:�� �U:� :�

P. L. C. HERO RECUPERATING AT FORT HOSPITAL

been purchased tor

I

ce-II

en-

lief time for children attending the pub-

it) and a recordtng tambOur for record-

will

Pacific College, Feb.

Seattle

' ",'ere as on!" I ent

In

presented for tn'" pUrpD5e ot getting

I

will

1 ('W

tJH'

underU!. ke

I

interested In maln- , have graduated this year

whirled down the corpuscles going to the t IIc schools to receive religious Instruction - �----__ _ bottom Thump thump thump went my

h,art but

I

I

abhng act to the Washington State

denslt)

schools

(!"am

typognlphJCRJ

Ph�tolithograPhY,

and

Amont(

Being chairman of the Tacoma Health : The progra.m was dedicated to Pa.cHlc Council also helps to keep PLC·s prexy Lutheran College fighting men who would

of four members of a legislative commit-

The solution is

such as blood solutions

to

1945

I

Chamber ot Commerce :

Dr, East\'old has been appointed

new

or

ltst

In the lab Is a kymo(Taph, which L� used for tracing cun es of pressure Next L<; a ct'ntrtfuKe, used for sepa-

equipment

Dr

make a visit to Alaska

. IlY skeleton. The gentlemen In Ques- , taJnmg f good health � UOn was enrolled-or at least Added to City of Tacoma.

our equipment-last fall

both

which

display.

squltd

their Initial mt"eting at CPS,

At

1 cesses

for compulsory arb!tra.-

enact legislation

for 1945 ,

Ala..<;ka for Tacoma and It.... ind Ustries.

of

The na-

tiona I college question will be contented :

ma ntnilled for more t.han f1ft(,(>11 y('a s tournament � � If : palgn finished buslnes..o:: Ichls semester ana has done much to create good wlU m ' \"ou hRven't already bpC>n iMer.'lewt"d . �

Bob

at '1 : 30 a t

31.

Hall on the CPS campus,

Jones

l

' affirmative and which the negative side PLC PreSident S. C. Eastvold has a PLC will be represented by It.<; debate number of ch'lc duties In addition to hiS e � IO r n � work as college prexy , Dr. Ea.stvold was I t fO'" a : t t n

Development Committe<> runner up a $ 1 : Alaska

studenL<;

to

Sagll.'!;

IhE'ir

buv .

_

rE'Cently appointed a.s a membt" r of the

gets

recipient

Larson and his solicitors. now busy

members. expect

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opponent, Wednesday, Jan

the

II.S

study

wUl

ciaQ;

the

In

the poln! svstem of tyPf>,

t

CPS

with

year,

tht"

of

debate

Enroll�s

.,

PLC 1",1ll f"ntcr Its first Inter-collt'Klat('

I

II Saga, I

! Interested

INTER.COLLEG,E '1 DEBATE AT CPS

I

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I

I

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AMONG COURSES NEXT SEMESTER

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r

Contest was set

The Snapshot

timt'

United

!

::a���� : �� :: : �� : :;�; Eastvold Heads ": �= r:; �II���;: ��: i Health (oullcil the

On

\'ariOUS

'n th"

6

States and Is cOming home on A C'OUrse In basic printing will be arrere<! ", ave, his family learned from A. su rprL<;e here next. semester under the instruction telephone caU last Tuesday evening, of Mr Elmf"r Beard , Mr. Beard has reMajOr Hallgl' held the position of Dean l cently eXPflndf'd hl<; shop, now housed. In He I I at PLC fOT moN' Lh&l1 twenty years. the Chapel basement, and has purehaaed a has been ft- member of tne army ground I I Mlehle pres..<; The new course wtU includeEarly In I air force since June 25. 1942 . , I Septembt"r, 1942, he lert. for oveT'!ea..s duty lectures, projects, and laborat.ory work A 2-credlt subject, t.he basic printing COUl'Sf' 7,000 Y r ank.<; to set and was among the lrst will be limited to six students, �1th seniors foot In EgyPt, This Is his rlrst visit home given first preterence, then jouma.ll..'Un stu' since he jolnt'd the armed forces, dents. and atter that any one , ('ls@ who Lo::

I

made '

bt"

v.11 1

highlight

social

MaJo, PhJllp E. Haug, J, b",k

I

t.Ilt!ve date tor the bill annual Sagll � Carnival Is March 16. as announC{'d by ; Te

this

Expecled Home

,

No

B ASI C PRINTING

Major Hauge

Business Manager

Larson Heads Work�N

for

Day;'

January 18. 1945

22

Saga Sal{(s ' s In Progres ASH

t:rsolluillg

this Ulness.

Mo day, January 22, to Tbanday, Janu ary Z5: Semester ExamInations. Friday, January U, and Monday. January

this experience that Man was Shipped to

Italy and then by boa t to the U. S. After being stationed in a hospital In

N. Carolina he was flown to Spokane ' 29 : ReglBtraUon . where he stayed for a short time before Friday, February 2: ABB-sponsored. mOYie at college : THE PLAINSMAN. starring The lab also has I\umerous new _taw" ot the group shortly aItec their InducUon Christmas In Baxter Hospital prevtOWl to Gael' Cooper and Jean Arthur. dlde5, and a model of a human eft' and and neve has met any of the members of being transferred to Madigan General ' : Friday, February 9: Third Lyceum ConI h1s group since. Following hIs basic train- Hospital a short time ago.

.suggest you consult Mr. Webster or Dr · in February with ten other PLC anny l reservists but was separated trom the rest Alcorn.

i

e&I'.

The department is in need of a pres- ' ing

sure

cooker,

and

anybody

who

knows

J)

In

the United States, he experienced

h1s first action with the lnIt1a.l Invasion

h1a

es

to tell, some

stay in eight dlt-

ferent hospitaLs. At present Man is restIContinued on pace 4) J ot N. Africa Marv wen t with the ttnt

where one can be obtained is asked to (orees In North Africa.

report to Dr. Alcorn.

n nc

Marv has many expe e

of which are about

Alter the batUe

I

I

cert, National Operatic

Saturday, Febnaa.ry

10,

Quartet_

and 8U1day.

Feb_

ru&r}' n: LSA Conference, More details later,


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at4r stonrittg Slast

With the

PabUIbed e'NI'7 two ....eeb durtDc the .eboQI, rear by atudeIlt. of Pa.cU\c: 1Alt.b.era.n 00Ilect:. Telephone: OR.a.n1\e .11 01't\ce: Rl"Oal 130 sut:.cripUoo prio&---I.I J)O per Year Kntered. .. aeeood. elaas matter, OCtober 2, 1". M t.bt PM& otnoe at. Pa:rt1&nd. W� und�r the Ao\ of � S. 1m.

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KW1SChait Bredvold. Telma.

Sports Reporter

Walt

Ander&On, A.rdy5 �rs: Vlrg1n1a una, Ds.phne Hellman, Helen Lou.il!le ToW�ldt. Metzser, Beryl Berp.n. Anita Roth, Ruth Johnson.. Mr8 R

BUSINESS ST AFJ1'

BUSINESS MANAGER

AdveTU&1ng"

Cb-culatJon

Inga JobMOll

COrinne Er1c.k.son

Manaaer

:-.ta..rgi.e Carbon,

Lynne.

Prill tt'd bt-Iow a n' e xcerpts

' · My Interest

1e\'otlon t

My days at PLC "ducat ion.

" Then

In the college I am now

the organizations!

With a head securely

I

Somt' fRlled to make

Carlson used to shout .

Evan

their offin's ImportA.nt and they

Rgged

· Warning

OoI1·t t.r)'

.....RS (-a.'iY for lhose who mRde It E"asy. SP'('dal17..c your ac tiv ltips according to U"I

Ever)' member of tile A , S_ B

1

2.

and

!!lfonned

EVNY mf'mber of th{' Studt'l1t Body

!Ilh'rt>.� !f'd

ftcth'f'l.v

organilRtioll or club a nd in not more than three or

f'n gRg('d in

fOUl"

at least

clubs

3

..

n ot

be

i ncl ude d

a nd projects.

Rt'llgious emphasis promott'd by

Schola..<;tlC emphasis promo ted

1Il

··So-<lon't E"ver ·· Ma y

God ',�

I{'l

your

p rt'�ncl'

IX'\)

('\','r

who

Ma(.('r die down

ft wUl be a qUiet week-t'nd. as with f orbod ing

1I'f'ek-ExRI1l Wee k !

Procra,�tinatlor.

thought.s we look ahead

to

next

that we've never lost a freshman

yet.

with

S� , S ' .

All we can say

trash

HIS

"Waves·' In San Diego . . Addl"('ss : Mary E. Stuen. S lwd

Adm

Mil

Wave

Ba.'!e.

Calltorni fl.

:\ndf'rson, ex ·n,

COmnulIld

Barrack....

tlm s during �

on

furlough

from

Gus

L<;

H, S,

Deming, New Mexico. Gt'orlt'

Thorlrlfson,

.I II

unusua.l ; such

his first-period class, or Joe discovering him som� gas In his CIMSY chassy. 80 glamour gal&-keep those shining locks curled these sunny

Muscles reporting on time for I�ft

for the

InstrUCtion 0

Z

Fear

dUly.

overseas

famolL<;

vlsHed

(we

ca.n

man who owna one, be a model. and you wW enjoy being the subject of much (favor. able) comment when the And

Sagas

remember, camera

are

1

distributed..

fans, keep those

Reitz way. and you. too, may win a

Saga,

shutters

clicking;

take

pictures

the

Wall,

'40,

former

Assam.

In

Indla_

a

letter

to

Prot.

sPOts.

Oll

hL<;

0

Jack told of pA.SSlng over JertlSfl. e I{"m, thE" Red S a. the Jordfln River. IUld

St uen, from

Biblica.l

other

India

· ' Hump"·

Jack

trip

mOU;IlLRins,

tht' thl'

I T-2243181

1333

now

is

Himalaya

the

flying

peaks of which Rre some six miles high

F 0 J

AddrNiS

B, Wall

AAF BU ICO-ATC APO 629, . masler New York, N , Y

c ia Poot­

The lat es t address of Ensl,n

1-:,

I\.rthur

Larson, , x '43. former footbR!t and bi\Sket­ . ball star . is SCTC, Roosevelt Ba.c;e, Te r-

minal

L�Jand>

S ,\Jfrrd e abef')';

Lee III

San

Pedro.

Ca lifornia,

Hand�, '26, is with t.he U S

Ca lifornia.

L

A.

Address ·

Mandl' M. M_ 2/e Sfl.tt 79. Co. C. Plat 5.

Camp

Parks,

Shoelllllker.

CRUfomla.,

The M_ M. rt'Celves many Ietters' trom

our boys In the service In

aU

parts of tht'

World, who appreciate their caples of our

schoo) paper .

thank-you lettt'r

A recent

from

camE"

Cpt

C.

Fornes�,

218, c o P

M_ New York, N. Y.

Cpl. For-

In Burma.

A former sports editor ot the

Robert

39306 1 1 5 , 490th Bomb

·4!.

ex

ness,

M_

is

who

Sg. , M I AAF, APO

the Army Air Corp

with

enjoys

his

current.

COpl(,5.

which cBt.eh up with him occa.<;lonally,

Fales

Martin,

wanted you

to

·40.

Fales writes "I that the gOOd

know

b;

Just k

of yoursel ves and staffs Is appree::d I : by all of us over here " He Is wi th the

l

foot.bRII : forces on the Western Front In Europe,

Thorleifson Csp ' A I , Navy 3205. Welfare and Re<" _ (' 0 Fleet Post OffiCe", San Fran -

o. cL-<c

I

California

Ted Baird, 39192089, Ser. Plat.

P. M., San Francisco.

c o

I

I= I

FJ-ed

M. Kr o�l'er, B. A . '41, is now a corporal at Camp Ritchie, Maryland Ad.

� ��

CPI . �ederlCk :W � 6 t

Camp �IChl/

:ryl

Krueger, . 0., Company

Martin '

G�r,e Fallstrom, ex '42. fOrmer grid star, still looked like the aMwer to Coe.ch merchant marine also had Rn opportunity ' Olson 's wishfuJ thJnldng, ' visited school to visit the campus shortly before Christ- . Iast week. He has been stationed. with Stan

GlIJr,

� �:�

:�

·

��.

c

nla

I

�po 72,

New address of Ted Baird, ex '42 is Pfc.

S

Evan

J.

ex

·44,

who

with

Is

the

����u���:� -:;:,����

Carl.oson, ex '42, has been gradu-

from Harvard University with an encommls..<;lon

next his

July

In

Junior

the

Re6en'e

Navy

grade commission and

when

he expecL<;

to re-

the army's Signal Corps. wor k.lng with Radar In Panama fOr nearly three years, Address : CpJ. George FaILstrom 19075340

I1

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0

6

51 th S A W Regt

New Orleans La

' .

·

APO 828 , ' clo p,

,

18

Private IIC

Box 8, U.

Idaho. c/o Fleet Post Office. San Francisco, California.

S. S.

-BicyclesRepair - Parts '12

M

New address of Rod�riclr. Fr&IieT, ex '42.

fonne r stUdent of PLHS,

Rode rick FrA.Ser. Marine Det.,

PARKLAND HARDWARE

that somebody days

Jack B.

port Command. is at present stationed III

19 1 M_ ·

the

as--­

not the fanatical student who carrie.! a title black box under his ann. Ask the

I

ex '44. attended

, Supply Corps. He will continue his studies

dream, can't We?) and ha.ve your toothpaste smile ready to blind at a second's nottce

I

before '

B

FlI,ht Orricer

C

1 Rob("rt ;\l. ;\fartln, '36, former grid stur camp us l and sports writer of M. M. and brother Ia...t ....et'k . George as bet'n stnt.!oned on ot Fales. is also � overseas. Address ; Pfc t he .o\dnllrRlty Is. III the South PaClfic' Robert M. Martin Co. F R 8 R Repl . Pool. He IS a brother of Lillian Thorlelfson APO 153 cI o Post maste r, New York.. New ' a stude n t here now Address G eorg� York .

Irom

is ' I gn's

boxes in hand and cat.r.h the un·

Watch

·

H.e WIlS

pJuyt' r from pre· war dRyS, home on leR ve

eelve

Ta..ke your horror

1I

now In Kan.<;as

flying

RddltlollRI

I i

I

three

the last

Florida

·

cam -

thE"

WR" on

C

be assigned for duty, Evan was a M.'" M.

Ahoy all camera·flends !

l

Los

A C C W Bill, ec. . L., 3013. A. A F B. U.

' untU

suspecting student at an opportune moment,

I

the

Repair

Die-go.

never befOre '!X- ' ated

And It's like pulling teeth to borrow notes from that clas.<; you skipped,

perlenced that Inqulsltlous InStitution-the two-hour eXRn1

14th, Mllw(lukf't' 3 . Wisconsin.

lile Christmns banquet here on Dec.

'

has at last caught up with us, a.� is easily .�cen by the perplexed

should go to the freshnlen who have

604 N

tloned

IA

happy-go-lucky attitudes a nd puzzled expre.s."ilons which are repl acing former carefree, The last mInute library rush is on again with Russian LIt. bOOks at a. premium But the most s)mpath}

Slu�n.

;\1a.rk

ChUCk . who IS now In the army all' corp, . . h gh sc hool s ud n body resident i p f' t � ; <1$ ast year Address .. Charles Billingsley,

i

John ·

I

1\Ian

were

them

Among

ChUl'k Bllllnrs1ey,

rellgiou." orgalllzRtions.

Sincerely,

00-

S. PSNY, Bremerton, Washington

' many

Room B-130. Naval Air Slatlon: H�tchlnson . Kansas.

olle s�ial

for

Allan

na\'y ; feature writer tor M. M .. of Lhe Air Trnnl"

the

Star number 354. soon to

homes_

receiving

by honorary societlf'S

and enthlL�lasm for th€' Alma

In

Address : Ensign Ous AnderMn

'Prnternities. sororities.

abid{' with you

trRining

rlRg, wUI J

18th blrthda}'.

being trnnsf{'rr{'d

t made so many "With all my bragging about Midland I forgot to menlion that favorable comment.<; on PLC thil' year that some Midlandit4'S were r�Rdy to ship me . this WRy back USt'(i do · We to SRY. to It .... as f'RSy for me · back to the land I IO\'e a t PLC ."

R

be RddE"d to our school sen'ice . des gna te earl Fynboe. H S . '44 Karl IS i e nterin g the navy In :loom R W l"pk

hom('

The w ay

tanl.

ex ·40, former M. M. Columnist, is Y 3

Larson.

Sunda}'

left

here,

days beforE" Christmas vRca tlon .

Debate. Saga stA.ff, .�pl'cial act vity i Mooring Ma$' st.aff. rf'l\gious organization ..�, drama club. alhl('tic clubs. should be out to lu-nit orkl"d Included II) sJM!('laJ urga niza t lOns_ A point system could be ..... . ,drl':ld}' overworked lead(' r.; and ('ncoura.gf' inactl\'t' st udf' ntl' to partlclpatt' l!\ spl'cla) class organizRtions, should

" boot"

his

pus se\'(�ral

sc hool affairs-all-

in

celvf'

Gus

' My IdeRI for .�tudent activities for a small coll ege would be al' follows collegt'

In Swedish

San

C.

hl\..'i

Citation

the coveted Presidential

IUld

Roy Lanon. son of ReV

fRn try .

USNR

interest.<; Rnd lhen reRlly pitch

do eVf'rything.

RWl8e1l

q uartet

Ft. Lewis

instructor

1 t·

AnybOdy

behind. Those

wanted. e x])erif'nce In the student court of human relations forged ahead to leadership

L.

'43

ex

medal�,

air

two

for

his 20th birthday recently In tht'

morning for San Diego where he will re-

CallfornlR

attending IS nat ural and so w ll \ be the

"Oh. activll} " · ·

or

sister. ;\Iary EHzabrlh Stu�n, ·43, is sta -

to hl!< !<houlders had a chance for a responsible po..<;ltlon.

fRstem"d

boys'

New nddrE"ss of 1\Iaf'('us R. SlUf'n, '43,

count among my haPPIPSI ann mo..., productl\'E" In It'adl'rship and

I

person

the

Shaw. Bill Ram.ostad, and

But, it doesn't o\'crshadow my inlt'rest Rild devotion for P.

gin' to it

the

In

t.he ir

J ohn WR)1; active

Oy�rland,

L

Its work agsmst the Nlppons.

Ileged to spend the ChrL�tmas Holiday al

a lett er received from J ohn fl agl len. la.<;t yeR r·s

from

aHain; the two year.;. hE" attended hert'

1Il numeroul' .�tud...nt

been

army

the

Allan

lie

rt'Comm�nded

and his twin motored bomber group

ed

uates now In the Rrmed for� were prl\'-

ECHOES FROM OVER THE DESK

M. f'ditof. now attending MIdland College in Fremon t , Nebraska .

ARM

Army

A number Of former st.udents and grad-

O. J . St.uen

Advi&eT

M

Bl.rt.estol

en , Rumohr Oulhaugen. J ocelyn Gulhaug .

Qra.ce

Ruth BJerkan, and Sylvlll Blomlle.

to

and yell l�aMr at PLC ror two

lter for M. M . .....hUe here, r special .....

Roy enl ist«! and left one dRY before his

A.nna.bell� Blrkestol ce Ora

Address:

COni rlbutlon

until his Induction al

Oardlln

Cecelia

8en1cemen's CtreuJa.Uon

SOlicitors :

1

u ler B t

Martan

and

reporter

' }'ea..n prior to hl.S tnllstm�nt, Addre&!l III

�nt. w., M.

Murra y. served where he � a radio man choir vicinity of Leyte. craft. Address : Allan on Janu - , a nd gunner on his C, Squadron VPB 6 1 1 I ary 5_ Russ started his college education I OverliUld ARM, 3/ CRlifornJa . Francisco, San F.P.O., 0 c by at.tendlng Ia.'!t yeRr 's summer session i�ew address of Ralph 1.larlow ScbUlios. He t<; now In AlltbiUlla In t.he Inhere. wa...

member of

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ha.s

CN!'.....

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U nit, Sect · ·C ·' South Plain, Lubbt'Clt. Texa.� .

PI."C 's latest

P"'ranck I

uth

Adv1aer'

I

Vale Burger A

Field,

Air

1

for some

Texa.�

time .

ground

Corps

AII'

Army

P.,t

ANITA STUItN, ALICE

.. . _.

..

VAle is wi th Uw

\'a.le Bw-,.et'. ex ',...

' been In

I

the service was that

of our boys In

Ollt' . of

EDITOIUAL STAFF

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Clites in Service

__

The Illost rece nt vl51t to Our campus by

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January 18. 1�5

PAOS nIR.a

hn

Januar Y 12-The Gladiators had , vlcwr)' strIng stopped at tour to

I

their

Lest th

cross-

·grn to 41 The gllITle was a thrill prodUcer all t he >liay right up to the rinal whistle with both teams emplo)ing a fast and vic ous i brand Of ball. The winners held a slight . lead during most of the game, The Lutt's

toul�

bt>

we·re bt'l nl'j;

those

trn hH'd

found

that

the

boosts

their

tormage

That·�

not all

with con-

ure:;

han'

of

routine

the

have

colle!!:£"

halls

,

the

",.. hkh shows the speed and vigor of the

study

·t ' ·

If

like ) .

you

rnarkt'd the last appearance of Ro�· Lar-

ROY BOWS TO LVTES BY SCORE 40-39 .

.. :on

cision

play Nordent;

of

PLC

total

Il

before

took

17

of

scoring

points.

his entering

honors

The

the

game

by

a

large

group

th t' cross- tO"ll,n

ma de

of

Navy

student....

to CPS

trip

Th f' df' if'at was thl' first .....8.50n [or the Luthefans ·

PLC l U I

Rediske

KWL<;('hak

'61

,7' Substitutes '

Larson

in

OqUisl

' 13 1

Berndt ' 2 1 . Rosin , 7 ' . Pihl Carsten

RO\'·.�

jt.� Ollt

scored f'dged of

9-Led

time.

h,"ad

"·jth

lhe

$corlng

at any time. from

N ordeng

Proctor Street The

affair

to

all

way,

\\·1

behind

.,

In

gaining

the

honors with

1 40 1

PLC Logsdon Gallo ::dt

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F

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RAY

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to

Portland hf'T

IS

Ilame

Her

but

COUfS!'

Fay

a. o;

r

Dell

consult

ready-made In

The about

black

coffee

kitchen

dormlt�

is

For

·DAPH ·

··mldnight - ,'

to

and

could

tht'ir

tell

a

culinary

their for

Monday

talent.<;

In

they again

baking

ARLTON,

PAUL

lot

art.�.

bOys l � 1

I n the girls ' dorm

i

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TRICKS

_

the main attraction

.. - S•

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test-week

"

evenhlgs

f"reshman ;

lowly

the mumbling

klddln·.

aren't

the ghost

of the student.<;

.

.

said the Junior

of Old Report Onrd

Flitting through her thoughts that ev('nin!!: the grade marks of

With

Haunting

LeArn

And

Sang

··

her

mind

the teachers mem'ry

and

the sollg of student....

the song experience taught· her

Little

the

lesson.

wandrlng,

weary.

Llttlf' Stow

all

she sang

away

mem'ry

little

flitting

cart' -worn

those

facti>

mem·ry

mem 'ry and

figures

O �lY r----------� .. BERGE"S I Ert' upon m�' bed

Erf'

In

I

sleep

r

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cl

&

lay

me

eyelids

Wllere the EI'Ite M eet To Eat

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a birthday cake I They·d certainly I ;

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frozt' t he

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doing so In the lru;t few minutes of play

me , , "

A

poin ts in

mlnute$

two

than

E

with

to

··Pas$ the Biscult.. . Mira.udy.- ,

to

moved Into Room

RANWELL'S

a

build up a sate lead :

The Lutes were forct'd

a

for

exam week

strnins of songs like theS(' floating arowld

In the

bUl not

along with the rest,

11 to 9

1 3 ) Bu nan '51 G Nixon Utrson 1 2 ). G SUbslituU's ' PLC-Logsdon. &rndt. Fol RoyJaeck .�om . 4 1 , Pih . Rosin ' 7 1 IZI Moort' ' 3 1 , Harkness ' 3 ) , Hug)o(ler Schwarz ' 4 1 .

who

was

..

OVN

With

I I I

Miln

· ' RUM··

hear a new theme-song

H EUCHERT·S

de-

Lutes finally got lnto t

less

Brammt'r

Crf'llmcrs

game

the

UH'

Kunschak

of the M'ason as it

4 0 to 39

neither team able

come

Earl

or

dining hall

last

After getting t.he lead the win-

Rediskf"

·Z'.

n ts . the PLC basketball team

fourth win

Tacoma,

rret'

by

··The

....-up whose

In!: .. but eager PL.C.ltes really

victory

third

score was

PLC 1 22 1

Morrl...

IXll

January

I

In a fourth quarter rnlly

favor

that

TI1I'

scored 1 5

their

game ended

I

CPS-HentZ(

LUTHERAN HOOPlUEN CONQUER CREAMERS

up

Thl' halft ime

maininJ.t

1 4 • . Hogatt ' 5 1 . Arnus . 3 1 . Holm. Minf'l·'

tl.

c halked

Lute5-

Rdd I Norden�

G

PLC-Logsdon. Folsom

110'("

BERYL

the Roy High School Quintet

Brown , ner.� successfully

. 1 1 ' Campbell

s

to

redder-Ed's

dust In mov ing the Student Body

20

to

It' d by Rosin. who scored Sl.'vt'll

the

of

over

in a row

Addison

1 51

C G

'6.

Bnunmf'f

thl'

who

1 "8f CPS

F F

. 171

Nordeng

one

S-Eklng out a 22

J anuary

The U'arn was given a lot of good sup-

port

the

l

th o.� dietln� doBs In the dorm who In hours. l dulged too Irf'ely In holiday fcasting ,

Diet! (LE"av!' ott It ·s really fun W

taken

lce.

It s a

Rum Made " was

...

thl... week L GRACE OULHAUQF.N·S litlle pink ··Oluly Bear."'

U. --but

Colleg(" of Li beral Arts, has left P L. C dean up on those extra deserts that float . to join tl"le Cadet N uI"Sf' Corps. She will ' train at the S�edlsh Hospital in SeattlE> around as a result It may Qe early for spring housec lean-

A total

of 41 personal fouls were made by memo bel".'; of both teams during Lht" game

With

I

E\'en more drastic meas-

been

O· H

Bod)'

Student

�· h il e.

life :

their

IS

BERNDT, Tuesday ·fore last

LHAUGEN'S U No�' that the holidays ' art'

I

who·\,e

resumed

atter

the

I

for Junior

gals

conscientious

('xt'rcises in

when several of the start-

mg {h·e were retired on

I That I face G

left wht"ezlng like oil-burning ML"I(O�hOnes

til('

s:derable playing time remaining.

I

ext'rci�s the y don ·t. mean PERhaps After

COmmando.....

ED

• not fnr

a workout from one of t hem. evervone is

All

...

over for most of

Vedis ! A.L KUHN made {I')j an Impressive presenIn cla...:,s � taUon of that timely book resurrected from

HUSt"boe or M yrtl e Da\'idson lead

Could

Ch ristm a.s

t hat Isn ·t the .

that

But when some of the ga ls like

PLC's hopes for victory were dealt

!I. se·,.er£" blow

be labelled "Pet Peeve-:;" right

idea.

t.ept edging up on the CPS five. and st"Veral times were able to tie the scorc. but were neyer able to gain and hold lead .

is

of f tht' bat. bt' as.<; ured

i

games as

ea breaker to their Mval . CPS , by a score of 4a

th� lost a

KAMPU,S A �O I ''AA' '.J.Y lD ll1t.T. VG " S DT

' ,Cllte ,COSSieS IfcTION

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JanUlU')' 1&, I� MAIlV SHAW

WHO'S WHO

LIlt' of party t:rtl!rvesoent tllke alka-sf'lt.zer' Elegant speaker .'ru!'tntes profs Out.... athlt'te Love-I)" halr Sings like Oh. that harmony! horn Hubbllng WIth Attractive Re-vE'1s food Baby blue eyes NiceEnergy worker housekeeper In physics Scat. dresser

tContinaed' 'ram pap I )

Ing that had O'Clock in tht> . In It. and which 1.5 'Nu.k Ice "kaUng patty one of hL1 InJur1e5, wiU heal. o�O�::R. B :ULJfUl Doll-after night.. January a:� r ItmlJt>r- elsE's In ; too be dl5cha.r&ed or 4, months donn t"d up a sluggi.�h around : HIE'\\' Out the Flumt'--hghts Marv tnrorm� your h.. , hopes to cont1nu� the second of hl� CamplL'i tho� Rcro- I cia!>.... sophomore year at PLC next which usually end bottorn.... You---.!'t'oond helpings story about h.l$ experiences g� IZ�� years In th� anny In Such SE'lI.utlful MuslcI near fUlUTe U-drln' truck WAS At tht> ClUnpu� j C at 9 . 1 5 P. to take tht> .c;t.udellls the DRrk Heilman L. A. Lakewood IcE" truck was And Ilt C.P.S thQ<;t' who wanu>d The council bt> hu-t., dorm after thf' basketball to Lhe tht' day P b. 11. 18 DtoIt'1Jall" L. f1f'd and lw the ColleR"t' of hamburgers cards 12 00 thf' ... spins , Education at Ellensburg. tilt" Ilround the rink Wf'ff' So the University of will bt> ··Homf' SWf't"t Homt'· PleaS(' Be Kind-waiting for mall at 0 MAter I ....., I"ll Ha\'(' tht' ... NDERSON GROCERY OR. .... Parkland. Wuh. Once Ml:SIC NOTES OF ISTEREST SCHOOL 8UPP'LD1B aDd I HavE' YOII?­ has many activ- How REMEDIa In The I I eltllpel Qllotes Choir has a weE'k-E'nd trek GII·t' appear SMIllie Port L.ewL., .. r� Is at all ·· ; . :::: : : : . :::: :::=:::: :::=:::: :::: : :::: : :::::::::::::::::::. .! ;: . Hush of hours tour being for pretenders · BROOKDAU LUMBn CO. Orchestra thIS for da\.t' -Pres. C Song--Spanr.wa�· bU6 the Girls· GleE' Club Mount&1n Hllhwa;r satisfied with HparLo; HRvt' You Broken?- ·"Th�sill pt'ople of mediocrity ·· WASH. d ao U 'i Chrl. anessence ery v bo . ----_w SI:�� o�t'� l� Your Eres- y s "'-COLLEGE HAI RCUTS :: :!:: .. ::: :::::::: we can :: = :: :::: Is �:::: ::: :::::::: :: = :: :::: ::: :::::::: = Be Some Chnnges L. C Christltkent'ss. that and to that we PARKLAND BARBER strive · : You Can·t C. R. MARSH Sollman. RAU'S last wmks the h · h r Slightly C. CHICKEN DINNER tr� �� �a � ;::n� �a:� �� : ��et.o�::� rlgh: . -.-.. ) to live.·· L-; t.he safeguard INN Tv.o In Lov!'-Thelma and Ray I Don Want to th ,,'re- the··Christlanlty BERGLAND HARDWAR E CO. blessings thRt we 1n � aln" Smith HILL te6I PAOlPlD r Be -Re\". Lentz. OR. ..,. Ho'>" Sweet You Pastor of PeRce Lutheran Shining Hour-a Tacoma Washington the-me ;== = = = = = = = = = = :! �"'::::::==:::===:<€ =---'---. Pennies Prom I ....... .- wan' ...... _ I M rs , Frisbies :I CORRECTION STO P AT c. FR1'D CHRISTENSEN Robert was tht' STATIOIND Bakery col( which w", (Rooenburp) In th, '-2) _'. :I DR.. ..... l.�su!' His :l.31 Pacif1c Ave. "' I The

A,W S lot

the

batlcs

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um

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12.

of

o

Pt>rhaps

has It.

mu.scl�

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Rn

M.

skating

Arena

During

At

with

tht'

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P

IRst

fortl-

s-

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I

ay

planned

1s

at

also

Many

Gue..

Mf'mories--inltlatlon

WhUt'-soldler

cons.1derNl

Nt'w music l ha.� arriv('d R ld being

Man�' TImes do

and

olh

It

How

8.ITangNl

913

Sflllor-Evelrn

Heart-Walt

Take That

mmute

in

Logsdon

In<;trumental-P

Dolores-Keller t

II

I

··God never answers

Seeing

S

Set

halr

L.

it

.. World on

good

gradt'

omltteo

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from

avefRge was

a

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JOHNSON ANDERSON flOUR

GROCERIES

H ...Y

GR... IN

On the Mountain H i ghway

ETC.

Parkland, Wash

ANDERSON LUMBER COMPANY

Girls' Sport Clothes

Them

9 1 8 PAC I F I C AVENUE

EVER Y

YEAR

_ . _

y ar

shown a coos1stent

ha.s

steady and growth. It has Qlwaya operated. on the sound toundation ot

time-tested legal re­ serve plan. based on the American Experi­ ence at Mortallty. the

Washington

[

Pres ..

- 1t

wholly" to pollcy owners.

.

- -

.

the

from

pre..wnt

I

ii,

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A.W.s

th

only

to

are enjoying Samuel

r-

OKCIlABD

Church.

akflJ I

0-

9"J1

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our

FOR FINE MIElty PKODUCTS

7l() So 38th

St.

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Hamburren

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9TH and PAC I F I C AVE

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TACOMA

LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD ESTATE NOW!

BUILD YOUR

Legal Re6eMle Lile lruurance lor Lutheraru

Brotherhood

purely mutual

belongs Is

and

must

Table

Lutheran

e

Central W·ashlngton

achieve

Washington Sports Shop

since Its tirst e , Lu­

Sunday.

i

MODERNE PORTRAIT STUDIO

AT

theran Brotherhood

and

BROOKDALE.

end

M ... KE GOOD SCHOOL GARM ENTS See

from

Eastvold

bt'st

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th,·

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of

democrRcy ··

on

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art'

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orChestra )

Are-week-end-;

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_ _ _ _ _ _

no Ood

\ t' is the � '

Th ..

morning

Heaven- money from hom!'

honoc

Y.

From Me�

You-And\ S

M,

today

thE'

dorm

Made-P

Awtl.\'

Marv �

durtnl-!

class

·An absentee God

Mllny

carpenters

will appear

local L.S.A. �1l1 . L.S A Regional Conference, St�t\lf

good

girl

thAt

ROME

Pall]son-Rnd

Ihe Night-study

Chanj.!t' of

two

to Tell

Trolley

TherE'll

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Only

part}"

Could Happen tt.. YOU-I\

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j

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I n thf'

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from

fall.

ovm

plus

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P

to Dream

shortagt'

teachers

A

Spring IS

C

Y E E's-Freshmf'n

1Il II

and

interesting program

glrl"s

In

shrapnel

He expt'Ct�

half

laughter

Mlm

P

!tlll

reporter

)Iastt'rs a Prellch

choir

In

hLs elbow. which

hLs leg.

10 3

Frankie

DOIl"t Cry-report

The mUSIC df'"partment

will

dln-

Eyr.!o-ORphIlt'

Grl."{'n

A

Alma I

tht' offing fOf next Sl'mf'stt'r

at

M)

tandlng

Six l...s. .f> 'iOns From Mad!lm La.FRnt�.·xt'r-

music I

thl'

L

man

lUes

out

MRkt'

Togt"lher-A!l

\Q go

chocolate

Rnd

n

\\·t

to

skaters

hot

taken to

of

down 1 1rre!'llsi'lbll"

g ame

intermbslon

them:;elves

U\klng (')tN­

SIE"t'py , Lflgoon-Comp

Anotht'f

t o take

Morning-studying

glrl'�

Who

fancy

a

The

TIlrt'('

Prlda.y

the-

PIICliHc LUtlo".R CoIIq.

CIIffonI 0I00R. ..... ...

.... , Washiqtoa

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1

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YOUR FUTURE STARTSTODAY - II

I


r�:"� '·"1 I '0 1 11'

t

.

'

Al u mn i

r··....Au nd I LSA Con- ; fer I ,

1

PACI fIC L'U TH E K A. C O L L E G E

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..... . .. ......". ���_.

nee

: t.. .-.J-... _J-J-,..J-l.I

); O . ..

bumnl SA HER FOR REUniOn

M a j o !' P h i I i 11 o f O ur F a t h e rs " w il l b e t it . .Area C o n t.e re n c e E . H a u g e , Dean held o n lhf! P. L . C. a m ]J u s , and R e gi s t r a r o f S t u r d a y a n d S un da y , Feb. 1 0 and 1 1 . Pacifi c L u t he r a n St uupn t s from t h e C e n t r a l 'W as h i n g t o n C ollege n o w o n C o llege of E d u c a o n and the 'Cni" ersitr of W ' as h i n g t o n will a ugl11 e nt t h e 1 0 a l le a s e of a bse n c e , " Fa i t h

L.

Q

t he L.

. .!L group.

M is;j B etty G a r t o n . a :\' a t i o n a l L . S . A . p e a k � u n d a y aflernoon o n

adYi er, viiI

M aj o r P. E. Hauge ,ri ll Speak at Banqu et

l\I a i n s p eake r at t h e A l u m n i b anque-:

<tIThed i n P a r k -

wllich wi ll h i gllllght the an u u a l retlU.n

st uden t s to ou.r 1 1 . wtl� be M a j or Philip E . H a u ge , a t home o n s h ort l e av e from the E uropean war of o ur grads and fo r m e r

l and l a s t Friday,

J a n ua r y

26,

c amp us

fo r

" �f ' P l a ce in t h e Ch urc h . " O t h e r s a p a stay here. This S a t u rd a y lel'ers t t I' i ]J h o m e s n in g are t h e Re . Cl a r e n ce J o h n o n , fi

ll e a n ll g on (he p r o g ra m

Ta o Ul a .

who

will

....

iI·e

a

on

t all

nfte r

28

Our

I

will

Re gis tration

wh ic h

m e e ting,

d ay

p re c e d e

be gins

t he

at

S at u r -

7 : 30

in

t h e C a l l e g' e C hapel . Gree ti n g s a nd m us i cal n u m b e rs will b e i n c l u d e.d in t h e p r o -

wa" few years t he a l u m n i board h a s l i m i t ed fe.5 -

Church.

a

at

As

a n a t t r ac ti o n to

the

G : 30 .

dnet ,

exhlblt wtil b e sh own in t h e a rt room at t h e s o u h end of Main bal l S u n day a ft e r n oon , F�bruary 1 1 . The e xhlblt wi l l be t h e work f t h e for ty-t h ree e n ro i l ed in the stud ents of 1.IisB Ber rt c o u r s es t his semester. The classes represented are u n d a m p n als In art, oil paJn t in , public sc ho ol U I · t , j u n ior high ch oo l art, an d crea t i ve d esi gn . a n art

rhilip E . Hange, recen tly returned froUt \·(" 'SCI\.<; fluty, wish es only t hat all VL Ci t{!s in til f;()l'yice oul(i 11ll.\' hall t h e �IlIlIe pt'jd lege t ha t was 1 " , so that th .r coullL all IIwet eac.lt oth '1' hl'l' O l l the> cam pus. � JaJOl' H ug'e will b · the speakel' t thl' alnnllli , . 'union bRnqlle . to be held here Sllll(l a�· Febl·UI\[,�· 1 1 . •

For m i l i t a ry

r ea so n s ,

Major Hauge went

'rhis

term

the

E d u c a t i o na l

Depart­

M. N te ls n . bo a ts t hirteen cadet

ers.

.Aiter

s hools

cinity,

months

h r o u g h o ut these

s t udents

are

t e a c h i n g th e

t h y l i ke

a l o t d l ff

1

tak ing

c l as s e s .

their

teach­

ob s er v i n g

Parkland

dorm

and

and

seve n

in

vi­ da y

oyer a o d a. c t u al l y

Everyone works in t h e s e colonies .

dren wi t h t h em o n lr a n h o u r or so a day. the

rem ar k is, " I t · s

behind

t h e desk ,

Th os e who have actually

cadetting

talk

eagerly

of

th e l i ttle tots wh o have already learned

the a r t or " ' l monizlng the c it r u s ;

"

and

of t he apples a n d candy the cadets re-

Z i o ni s t

eat

in

c o m m u n istic

c o m m o n dining

I

.

o pel

Dining Han a�

Al um ni Pr&li­

t o as tm as t I'.

be

dhlller,

which

F i rs t

World

War,

T he

pr ice

w i ll

( Continued on

representatives

from

Page T w o )

many c o u n t r ie s .

LYCEUM SERIES BRINGING NAT'L OPERA TIC QUA RTET

be

meal.

furnished

(' o nl pose.d

on

Page

F ur)

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Com ing ctJents

F RIDAY, FEB. 9 : ationa l O per­ a t i c Q u a r t e . F o u r t h Concert i •

L yce u m '. �ries. First C h u r c h , Tacoma.

S A T U H Dc\ Y.

Baptist

PEB.

1 0 , and C o n fe r­ be h o s t s t o s t u d e n t s from t h e lini v e r si ty of 'Va s hi llg t on in S ea tt l e and Centra l W as hi ngto n College of E d ucation in E l l e n s b urg.

D A Y , FE B. 1 1 : ence here. P LC witt

The Zionist colonies, which were estab­

haye

will

( Con t i n u ed

T h e p a re n ts seem to think th e ed uc a­

S UNDA Y, FEB. u n io n . ,,·r a j o r a t b a nq uet .

11:

A l u m n i Re­ Hauge to speak

F R IDAY . FEB. 1 6 : All - s c h o o l mixer "Feb Fun" in co l l e ge g ill . P r o g r a m to be 'PreSented by b o th students and a c u l t .

T h e ne..x t number o n the P. L . C . Nellie Risa. J u n i o r , and Ll Uiun Thol'. Lyceum series WII! be a co ne e r t p r e• k at Ho r . s e n ted by the NatIOnal Ope :ll.tJc Qu a r ­ aee �r a n n G ra de Sc h o o l . T oget he r t h e y N EW STU D ENTS REGI STER tet, to be given Friday evenID � , Febfu­ teach a fi r s t grade cl a of t h it· ty - s o m e a r y 9 , at 8 : 3 0 p. m at t h e F L r s t BapTwen ty-one new atudents regis t ered children. t i st C h u r ch Aud it o ri um . for the econd em es t er at P L C , a c c ord.:' Gl'lu:c nirke. tol, Senior. I!\ cadetting The Quartet, under the d i re ct i o n or l n g t o t he registrar ' s files. This is two a t Pa rldand Grade School wh ere she

'I

leii'soll, Senior. began last we

g rad e r s .

rea din g

(1tl.I·oI YII

Parkland

and

numbers

HawleJ, J u n i o r ,

Grade

School,

is

to

first

a l so

where

at she

teaches t h e fourth grade in reading and E nglis

.

Richard

Bates,

Senior,

is

th o

only

the number leaving colie t;:e the close ot the fir t sec o n t ra l t o ; G i l bert R ussell , ten o r ; a nd e s t r. T h e t o t a l spring semester regisJess Walters, ba. ri tone. tratl.on to date is 1 6 6 . Of th e students not r e t u rnin g for th The National O il ratic Quartet b r i n gs to t h e concert platform a d istinct i ve spring te.rm. 16 were In tlle College or program of o u tst a nd i ng com p ositions In L i b e ral Arts a n d 8 in the College of music litera t u re, Among th em are : Ed u c a ti o n , One t ud e n t, Maxine Strand­ \'\That Joy Doth Fill M y Eear by Bee­ wold, completed t h e requirements fo!' a

Le o Ta u b m a n , p i anist and d i r e c t o r. are

Polyua S toska, so pra no ; Winifred H eld t ,

in the grou p . He calve as a resu lt . The cadets teach i n teaches t he sixth grad at ; ern Hill the sc hoolroom mornings and return to lhoven, u a r te t Grade School. the coli .ge for cl a s s es I n the a ft e rnoon . Verdi, a n d Dance Annie Lien, J u n i o r , not only teaches They will do tht throughout t h e en t ir e The programs term. Thes "teachers of t o m o rro w " in­ first grade reading a d t hi rd grade d er the a Us pi ces clude the following j uniors and senIors :

"

by PLC ' s or Be t ty Lo t· n i e ke . fl!' Vi o l i n ; :'.ln rion S o l t ! a n , sec ­ ond Yi o l i n ; �\.l b e rJ; l"' u lm , \'iola" a n d F r a nc e ll e S h o cl! , c e l l o . T h e fe- tldtle_ w i l l e l o . w i t h a s h o r t t a l l;: hy Dr . .illa t ­

tional system a yery good one, and do n o t consider i t strange to have their chi l­

\V h e n a ked h o w t e aches

th e u s u a l

'en t s i t ti n g

but i t · s f u n . " begun

six

of

the

O n e thing whic.h is esp e c ia ll y emphasized in the

Cadets Return to Childhood Scenes And Educate the Fut ure Generation ment . under the d i r ec ti o n o f Miss Anna

t. h r o u gh

ev ery t. h i n g i s ce n t r a l ized - t h e pe o p le

t h e professions rather t h an agric u l t u re , and hav," h a d l i t t l e farming ex­ N o w t he p eo p l e . as c o l o n is t s . m ust m a k e farming t he i r o u t s t n d i n a g

a ft e r

to

C o llege

);e s v l g , ' 3 5 ,

(ring quartet.

.

c p e r i en e .

l i shed

is

l\Iusic

�lajo!'

sc h oo l s is the n o b l en e s s of agric u l t u r e . T h e Jews in vari o u s co u n tr ies have te n d e d

work.

"Be<luUiul

Tr i ni t y G u i ld i s s ervi ng t h

at s c h o o l- p r o v i d e d d o r mi t o ri e s . toward

of

ch.ol" C hris­

consi st 0 tur ker w i t h all tI e trim min gll, i 1 . DO,

Pa l e st ine , t he m

the

lIIilton

t he

for

most of t h e cou p les Jive i n sin gle r o o m s , and th ei r children are cared for

halls ;

Luthera n

l o n g-established

arrangement

ban q ue t in

o f t h e l a n d s which h e has ,"i s i te d .

ho meco mers ,

a

,

,, : 0 1)·

do rm i to r y, giving fonner PL Ci te s an o P P ol' t u n ity t o see t h e many iJnprovements o n t h e c a m p u s . The last e",� ! t 0 he day w i l l be the

.M a j or Ha ug e declined to l al le &hout Ilis . e xp e n e n c es , b u t t o l d !l1stead ot s o m e 0 1 Ius c o n t a c ts with t ile people in

Follo wi n g

A f t e r t h e concert, t here will be

In

under the

house" in t h e

e i v e c o n t i ne n t s i u r i n g h i s stay [erance d elega tes . The following com- i n the s e r v i c e . I it e e s w r . a. p p oi n t ed by t h e L S .\ He h as S il e n t t h e o u nci l : p r i n ti n g o f llrogra m s , C o r i nn e greater p a l' t 0 f E ri c k s o n ; r gi st r a t i o n , Do l' . S t o l'aa s l i ; t h a t time in th h o u . j n g , Hele. n Lund fw d T d Rei r z ; �I e d i t e l' l' a n e a n games, E un i ce T o n'e nd : s on gs , I sa be l a rea - E g y p t , Hal':'ltad ; re f r sh me t l , Jo el y n Lynne ; l' u n i s , i c i l y. Doster , Vedis useboe. I t �l y and C o rs c a.

While

iast

SaY i o r . "

h.e l ocal LS� )[ l ' e h o s u to t h e Con-

colonies.

a fternoon i n Tr i n i t y

t ia n s en ' s

t h e a-

feren c e .

H omecomers View Art

r e u ni o n

the

wi l l sing, w i t h t he p resent g ro u p .

:

llu l t. tary

the

but

trad i t i o n , former m e m b e r s of the

w

, u n (] ay

the

in

t r a r of PLC s i n c e

a r , where sche d u l e b e gin s with tel' of 1 - , c o n t i n ue s wi t h B i b l e he h a s been serv­ i Jl g' w i t h t h e C la:s, cond ucted by D r J . P . Pflue g I' il' COl'l'S. f ro lll 9 : 4 5 to 1 0 : 4 5 , and I l : () O se n' i c e s a rmy hw·ch. A f te r dinE nt e r i n g t It e e,ollo na l a n d business m e e t i n g se n'ice i n J un e . oel' a h .1 ,vi i i h in t h e C h a pe l a t 2 : 1 5 . .\ 1 9 4 2 , as a l i e u ­ cone .rt by t h e " C h oir f the \Ve s t , " t e n a n t , �l a .i o r at <1 ; ) , wIll c lo : e the Co n - Hauge h a s s e e n J1re'S�n t The

Ma t i n s

rs,

d ay'S

w i l l p r es e n t its a n n u a l c o n cert at

De a n and Re g i s­

terranean

y

" C h o i r of t h e 'Vest,"

The

A s oc i al in th re c r e a t i on room 1 !1 2 G , 1\1 j 0 I' ga m e s Rnd a s o ng fe s t wi l l fo llo w H a u g e ret urned t h e lIIedi­ the m eti n g . D e '" o ti o ns a t 1 0 : (I I) w i l l [r om I e d a y.

tlll'ee

leadersh i p of P rofessor Gunnar :l-Ialmi

wHIl

close

for

t i v i ties to a one-day a ff a i r .

H a u g e h i ms e l f .

gra m.

Fe b r u ary

S unday,

p re-war

held

Major

! l1cl ud i n g

on

theater.

mo n t h s

L u t h e r a n C h urch . " a nd rJ f se n i ce ove1'1\1 ' 8:; B et t y Ea.tl n, former L e i t e , now sea� came as a a l t ellding th . U n l ve r s j t y or W a s h i n gt o n . surprise to a ll , who wlil gil'e an ;\.shram t a l k tl unday . " W h i t he.r

:

ll�

• • • • •

FEB RUARY 8 , 1 9 !1 5

I �tUne

Local LSA Sponsors Area Conference

theme to be

,

' .. .. ... .. .. ..... ..

mascu l ine

cadet

( C o n ti nu ed on Page T h ree )

Ass oc i a t io n .

from

" Rigoletto"

by

l es s

t ha n

or at d UI'i n �' �

d e g re e at the end of t h e fi r s t semester ;

five s t u d en ts -Ea r l e Mac Cannell, Roy In t h is series are un­ Larson, Russell M urray . Gerhard ROSin, of the Tacom Music and Lee Folsom, l eft for vario us b ra nches or the Service. a chchuca by Sullivan.


F e b ruury 8 , 1 �) 4 5

C O IJ.E(; E

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Published tl y e l' Y t wo week.s d u rI ng t il se llo o l yea r b y s t u dent>; oj' P a c i fl c �;lthel"all . olle ge . : I elephone . R a n ite S 6 1 1 O ffice: RooUl 1 3 0

E ntered

as

O ffi ce

lib cription pl'ice-� l . O O

per

ITH TH E LUTE I N T H E S E RV I C E

'l ear

sec ond class lIla tter, O c t o b er 2. 1 2 5 , at the Post at P a r kl a n d , "Wa s h i n g t o n . u n d er the ,\ ct o r �Iarc h :3 , 1 8 7 9 .

I

A ��n

. J r.

and

�l's .

recwuly

' e ,·e rn

.

Ki tt le � o n

of

ed t h e en. Gt"I'hal'(l ( G u i z) !:tv In, who llR. se d gu,""elll en t or t h e i ' URughte,r . , .Jan iC e, to I t l. pre-ln(i u t l O l l pbYSl al In t w ee k , e . -- CpL T h m a ' H. o Taber of m t e n Isla n , p eets to be ca l l e d withi n t h next . few York. Ja n ice II' s a [rosh here la,;t m o n t h . He is t a k i ng his :;elll e ster exams yea r , :1. n d g nulullted from P. L. H. S. I, is " 'cck . t wo years ago .

I

t

Par k1a n d

a.JJ n O u n

. 'e ve1'<'1 s t u d e ll ts s aw E d Berg. gel, .!\. n u m ber of g uest s gather ci r e c e n t l y eX-' 4 3 , in P o r t lan d , Or . , rec e n t l y. Ed ill F' a i t h Tem pi ' in acoma f r a. re­ * * * i. n o w s t a t i o n (1 at t he Ba rnes Cen tra l ceptio.Jl. h onori.l1g Ml·. a n d _'\II.J' L ro) EDlTO RLUj STAPF Hospital i l l Vancouver. d d l'e RF : l'vl. Carlson , Who wel'e m arried two weeks A X J.TA. Sl'UE X. ALIoE ma-n u " E d \\'. Berusagel AS. T 3 9 4 7 9 7 l G , :lIed . b fo r(: � 1 1'$. .tr lson IS t hb for m e r Wal­ T h e od o re Reitz ' . . . C. C . 1 9 7 1 , arnes Geu. Ha sp . , raduate of etta ItbF n s h u h , l a s t 'ear •

-EDlTORS

_____________________________

Associate E di to r Sports R po rt e r

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

Wal t K u n s c h a k

Vancouver,

Re porters ; Virgl Ja l:rrlc k, Daplme H e l l ..ul an , H e l e n A n d rson , Artl y s Bred vo l d , Thelm <L M e t zger, B ryl B e r ga n , Anita th, R u t h Jo h n s o n , L o u i lle To l l fel d t .

Ad" Iser

\Vash i n " to n .

the

Cadet - Mid.shipman. t:hal'les Cvctich, ' 4 3 , h a ' c o m p l et e d s yen m o uths of - ,1. Ml's . Ruth Franck t r ain i n g as a d e c k Cadet-Mids h i p l1ian aboard a me rchant s h i p carryfng v i t a l I wa r s u p p l i es a n d has j us t rep o rt ed to DORO'l'HY XII';�IAX t h e U n i t d S 'It Mer ant ::Ifarlne !'.larian B u t l e r Academy at KI ngs Point, 1'. Y., fo r ad­ e ry ac­ l n g a Jo h n so n di t io na l tr ai n i n g, C h uc k N'as C o r i n n e Eri 'lso n tive in sp o rt s h ere at PI. , Elspeci a l J y

he

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BCSIXE � STll .li

BUSINESS MA.! 'AGlllR

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

Assistan l Manager BusiJl.es s Se r et a ry Advertisin g Mana ger C i T e l aU n

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

in

Mrs.

at I'LC.

Marjorie

At

Edg.hill

we

ks

n

l\Iiss Doris

0

In 'V e n t u r a ,

Irene

al ito r­

Herren ,

ex-' ,14 ,

d a u ghter of R ev, A. J. Herre n of Brem­ e r t o n , became LIl J hl'ide o J Dallas Ar-

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Gal'd U n

0

T

uia,

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

Oe ce l i a

of E d uca t ion

r c ep ti Q n ,

flnd M i as Kora Kjesb u res i d ed , and among those serving was Mrs, Mildred R I'od l , l t d M a r L i ll . A l l thr e are memb el'S or t li e sen ior class.

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College

f oo t b al l .

nolu :\L a rtln, ex-' 4 4 , se am a n first class, Aft r 13 m o n t h s In he Sou th Paci fiC, A n n ub el l e Birkes t o l son of L. A. }, artIn of Tacoma. Atter Exc llange Grace l3 i rke s t o l J<Jnsign Sterling Harshman, ' 4 3 , recently the c e remo n y rec pUon w h el d at oliolLors: Ma rg ie arlson, Gra ce Gulhaug n. R u m oh r G u lh uge n , J oce ly n L)' n ll � , spen t a 2 0 -day leave w i t h bls W ife, Ule asitas Sprin gs home o f dr. and Ruth Djerl<ap, an d Sylvla Blom l i e . Lo rm er V . llila , !won e r , ' 4 0 , S l e l' was Th e bride a nd amuel E u ban k s, Advl ser O. .1. S t uen on of t h e PLC " t:;rea ls" wIlen Coa ch bl'i d groom , w h o plan to make th i r O l son 's lillllad be came nation a l l y fatemllorary h me i n 'Ve n t u u ra , will _ __ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Sen-icemen' s

C l l'CUlati n

_____________________ _________

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m ou s.

Tbi§ and That

cu l u m nfs t no w stall 11 d ir

vlsi

a llru1.

!ti:;

(1

ma ter

D rem rt

a nd

honeymoon to Washington

M . i\L

UaJph Schitlio.", ex-' 4. 0 , lO r1l1er

futu re.

n,

I

<

,

ar

Tb ll da H e l lman , ex-' 4 4 , is i n t he Cadet N u rtle Corps , recelvina her traini ng at E m m a n uel Hospit al in P o rtl an d ,

f r ie n d s

This is the first campus.edited Mo ring .£ ast. For some 1 7 . o d d years cd i wrs aro u n d PLC Oil Jan u a r y 2 1 . and ass i st an ts have spent t be n ig h t before publ ication down in (he inn e r 'an ctU!1l Dr. Pfl ueg el' TeIJO ls c h a n ;; II f adof ) hason. Cox Company's princi.na establ ishment, eeing to it that the front pa e r l; fo r t wo of his thl'pe suns in tbe i s right si de up, and char your pap er j read w come hoc off the . ress the nt:Xt serl'ice . Merle, ' 4 0 , Is now in . "ew . T l I l n a an d 1 Itt JJ 'ell a bl e to YJsi . t , � vday, But no 1 nger, For now, s tarring with th is edition, the editorial staff " i l l . .ral of lhe Lll th . eran MIS Ion li e l d a :.pe n d the wee h U C .. ore p ress time at the Beard Printing offip any, estabhshed th ere, Ad ress : ( pI. �Ier e H. I>:fluegcr, tn the lower reg ions of the Chapel but l dmg , 3 11 3 J 3 1 2 8 , Hd g. Rtry. 4 7 5 A AA .aN, l ittl e s a d to think that afte r chc:se many years 'I e ",! I I no l on ger �\. P. 0 . . ;i 2 2 , PM San ' rancisco. It seems aUm ng o rn la. ::-l e w add ress tor Jesse, ' 3 7 ; pr wI aroun Howie' haunt, but the step we are taking is a f rward one. the advantages f [he new rran g emem will be ( lC saving of staff ti m a nd money Jeso;e p, Pflueger, A C R T . B o m be r Fivh tillg , q lladron 1 0 , P r, 0, c/o ack galley p roofs, etc. formerl y expend ed in takin[( (Opy to l'a oma. bringi n P. 1-1 . , �a n ]!'t'anc isco , 'alifornla. Tben our priming class wi l l have some practical experi c:ncc in newspaper wo rk i n rrc. Gil 1'1 " , IUchter, ex- .l 0 , who setting up the school paper. sp en t a l o n g s tret ch [n t h e Al eutIans, •

n the n

a tl'e was born t o M r .

G l ori a �oelle

and

Sa re ec emb er 1 3. Q.Jl. t former ElIzabeth Da h l ,

lI1 rs

. L. .1. Ml'S. S at re is tb ' 4 0 , and Mr. t:latre is on lea.ve of a b-

sence from t he PLC faculty whil e com.

1Il et i n g W .s t h eo l ogical s tudIes a t L u t her

_

Seminar

'.

Hs

is

gra IJ allng

F"ebruur) .

In early

n o w attending at t. durIn g t Ie h o l id ays

Two former PL C l te

L u t her

Pau l ,

'r l t eol o �lcal

",ere

home

and visit d

tile

La rsgaa rd .

last

Seminary

cllOo l .

They are John

s tU d e nt body p re s i d e n t , and Bud Lu tnes , ' 4 3 , an­ '* -(:( "* Charl o t t e Swanson, ' 4 4 , wh o i s now ot h I' organ lza tion and Rent bark to h e Maj or Hauge, w h en imerviewed by y ur reponer, srressed the greu en ; yment leacWn g at Issaquah, Wnsll., visited the States, ' a rl y in November h e was m a r­ which our servicemen ob t ai n from receiving and reading thei r coUege pape r, which ried t o Miss Ma rjorie H l l , a L i n c o l n campus S u nday, Janu ry 1 4 , Charlotte i a good springboard for what we have to say. Hi gh graduat in Tacoma. Presen t au­ was associate-editor ot the M, M . last year. We wane co keep th e "Lute in the Service" a l ive, vital wlumn. T do this d re ss ; PCc. Charl f,s Y.. Richter, 2 0 9 5 2 2 5 8 , John B a u Uell , editor of the M. M. laRt H q . and H q . Blry. AAT Fort Blis s , we must have more news about those servicemen . Many o f YOll s ru dents are receivyear, was h o m e for O hri tl tm a vacat ion. Texas. 111 l e tters from o u r fellows wh are in lhe ar m ed service . Why not pass on inter­ After attendIng MIdland Coll eg e In FreHal'IT $01008, ex' 4 3 , w h o was wound­ m o n t , 1 ebt'aaka, l ast s li mmer and tbis esting i tems to t he editor so [hat the other Lu tes can hear about them? The se rv ice ed while on duty In tbe South aclfic column is the one parr of the p ap er which interests th ese former sru des m st, because a year or so ago nd Will! sent ba k to fa i l , Jo hn i s e n teri ng Wester n Theo­ [here they rea d about the i r col lege pa l s. And you servicemen, how about writing the St at es to recuperate , Is now in th e I glea l S m in ry at the :une p l ace la st o n th. us about yourselves? We need everybod y' he l p to keep thi column of maxi mum Phli ipJ)i nes .. He writes , " Y o u may be k i ll Ness an d Hal Rei tz, b o t h ex '" 3 , me t hat I w l l l be among the first to interest . visi ted the ca mpus on a recent eak­ l o o k forward t o a.tten d i n g Dr. Pflueger's Won't you rum in changes of a d dress and n ews about the men in uniform to end . Th ey are botlJ w o rk i n g In d eten se Bibl e cou rs es , or . Malmln's .m us i c Ted Reitz, service ed i to r? You' l l be d oi ng a good deed for the Lutes in the arme d cla.sses, and s o on down t h e l i n e." Ad­ ind ustries In Seattle. Anne Ne l s o n , ' 4 4 , who Is t eaching at dress: Pvt . Harry Soloos 1 � 1 l 3 9 3 9 , Co­ forces, and for. yourselves. Lake City in Seatt l e. was another re­ G., 3 2 T n r. A PO 1 0 6 , c/o Pos tmaster, trans ! .fred

was

so me t im e

ago

year's

t

This was to have

been the

alumni edition of th e M. M. bur because of the i l l .

alumni ediror. the local staff has pu t our the paper. Although we can ' t take (he place o f the alumni editor, we wish to ex ten d to you g rad s a cordial wel­ come to PLC in you r ann , I r u ni on Sunday, February 1 1 . A n d we are loo k ing forw ard to a va tion when yo take over in a later issue. ness of the

Home on Leave ( Contln ned f r om

Page One )

Majo.r Hauge spoke to one re sident wo ma n

who

was

a g raduate

1Jniverslty.

ot Colum bia

S/Sgt, noy Schm presi de nt ,

ASB

more the

t h an

He was wel l i m pressed with th

has

a. yea r .

facu l ty,

r c

lIs

been

In

ftaly

Lt.

tor

hrls­

City .

CHA P I<JL

QUO'['ES

and

Mrs.

Richard

2 6 to 2nd

Erling

Boland.

E rl i ng, ex ' 4 3 , la now over.seas. A son was born r ac e, n t l y to Ir. and �I rl! , Al bert A. Stephenson, rs, Stephenson hi tlie former G l adys Swen.­ Illll d , ' 3 0 . A da.u ghter n am e d Melissa fary was born 00 De . 6 0 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dahl, both ' 3 7 , of Parkland. Mrs. Dahl is the former Norma Preus. Another r ec e n t birth Is t h a ot Steven James to 1[1'. and Mrs. Ma.rvin LoftnesEf of Taco m a. " Pappa" Loftness was ho me RIchard

Roy, in a l et te r to the "FamJ ly-

visitor.

A Bon was born I st Oct,

ndt, ex-' 4 3 , tOTlDer

tlan Spirit I and c o u n t l e s s o thers h ave enjoyed at PLC. I ce rt a i n ly am gOi n g to r en e w an my acq uai n tances at P LC when we again r e t ur n to that gr e at . U . S." Address; S/Sgt, R, Schmandt, H. 4 5 9 t h BG ( RY ) , APO 5 2 0 1 e.w YOI' \(

Major Hauge's flrst contact with any educational sys te m after leav i n g the

Slates was Ca p e to wn Univers! y , So u th Africa.

cent

San Francisco, Californla .

do ihe wlll of G O d . I f on f u r l o ugh from Scott Field, Illinois, peo pl e of Call o wn , who rt;�mlnded him o f the Canadians. The university was e can feel a s uTed that we a re doing at the tillle of h i s son's a rrivaL f ou n d e d by Cecil R h od e , the famed English d iam o n d magnate, and wa plI.Herned the wUl of God, t h e l i fe th at we Ih'e alter Oxford . w' lI be a uccess in the sight of God . " The ki n gl iest k i ngs aTe cro w n d with In hi s travels, Ma j o r Ha uge saw matj,y ruins, among them the Yall y o f .Rev. A .. S, O l son , , t horn s . Kin gs nd L uxo r ( T n bes ) and King Tn t ' s tomb i n Egypt , and late.r, Pompeii. J\lI · sion ary In h l na for 30 y a I'S .. * • • • • He rema r k ed that because of th e exc e l l e n t dyes the colors on t he walls of t he Best they h ono r thee w h o h on o r in ancient tomb of K i n g Tut we re as brJII\ant and cl ea r as 'f. t h ey had been painted "U a college ed uca ti n l good it thee o n l r w ha Is best. only a year a go . help to fit you to c ar r)' 0 t G o d ' wiII WIlen asked regar di n g h is impr ssio n of t h e cha.nges at PLC,

Iajor H auge

"'''uccess is to

and p urpose In t hIs

orId . "

y o u 11008 ol E ' e n t h o ugh t h r e h ave been l ul t e I n l i I a leac h r' , a lawye r 's, a d o c­ a lew changes, " he obsel'ved , "s t l l l to me i t is PLC." pe a ki n g f the S ill! nts, tor· s, or a bookkee per's , you sh o u l d be You s ho u l d be fir t 11 contillu d : " I t h i nk one o f the finest t h i n g s you are d o i n g here is t h e sen d i n g m o r e than t h at. nligh tened Ilwn o t h e M o o r i n g M as t overseas. v e e sp ec. ia l l y appreciate t h a t th oples are sent of all c u l ti\'ated a n d I n en ve l o pes , s o. t h a t we r ec eive them in :3 o r 4 week s , instead of t a ki ng 3 0 1' 4 and women . " Rev. � . B . Thorpe, mo n t h s as would be th case o ther wise. "

r ep li e d that h e h a

h ard abo ut the improvem en ts from h is f ami ly and frie nd s

a n d therefore vms n ot 80 gre a t ly surpri"ea

"·Wha tever college car e r •

1 04

"Tacoma j\vc.

B nlwv. 2 106

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! tlb l'uary

,

1 �J

PAG-.E T H I{ illE

i :)

Gladiators D efeat Proctor Creamers

PL Jive won i t s ft til ga m e o f seaso n a s it d o wn e d t he Proctor t reet C re a m I'S by a �COl'e of 4 1 t 37. D sfllte the close m rg in o f -vict r y , the wInners Were ill the lead d u rlllg the e.Iltlre ga me . The game, I o w e v I', \V a c l ose all the way, wilh th e two team watclung ea ch other a l most b a s k e t for lll\ 'ket. Offensive lead er of the gam was Hoff of lhe Cream r with 1 6 p o i n ts . Tue game was th econd Vic 0 y or the ea­ o n for the Lutherans over t h e reamTIle

l he

erl:l.

PLC

Folsom

(41 )

(37)

(J 6)

---- ( 1 3 ) 'orde g (13) Bel'nd t .. - - - ---- D r ammer (6 Hoain -- - - -- - ( 5 ) •

reamers

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Hauge Pleads For Clear Thinking In Reunion Address

No. 8

FE B R L \ R Y 2 2 , 1 9 4 5

REtiRING CHIEF

Col. Gynther Storaull. '08, haa bMo. appointed air chaplain by the war departlli.ent and will supervise the acllvl· ties ot all army air torcea chapt!!�1 at home ana overseas. He suceeeds Air Chaplain Charles I. Carpenter of Alexandria, V!o., who wtll �eave shortly for an overseas asatgnm&nt. ra s v b I In dU�I: : ;!o��: :!� �� ;:t�;n�: ::I:!� to the civilian DlinJstry, and then In 1 9 2 0 re.entered tbe Army chaplaincy where he has served since.. Most recently he has been director of the AAF chaplain transition couference course at San Antonio. Texas.

Speaks for Service Men; Notes Chonge in U. S. Mind

Golden Jubilee AppeaIS D" . ISP'Iay Progress Much .

Colonl G ynther Storaasli Is Now Chief /itAF Chaplalll

Completlo-n of Old Main Is lelllC) Accomplished

Tbe Golden Jubilee drive ..'hlch haa a goat of 5625,000 from all a:>peals 19 progres�lng quite well, aceording to Dr. S. C. Eastvold, college president. Some of the funds which have come �� ��: alg::��yo�e��: �:e�p� r:�I:�: o:� ft : f blshl f Old M I Cog P�:Of s��r:"ays ar'e \:�ng ::�::;uct:: at both ends·ot the building. Tbe stalron the north end will be finished I S way C0liege Rece"ve In few days and the one on the south will be started al once. These stairways run trom the basement to the lop fioor Accreditation. and cost $ 1 2 , 0 0 0 each. Re\', �lIton Nefj\·lg. 'SiS. pMlot' of the nu nun e l a l Lutheran Church I Ta· DOR!\IITORY ROO!\IS coma. who bas been president nof the For Libera I Arts Maner and pledges have been reAlunuU �IaUon the pMt two Infrom Individuals and church ceh"ed was College Lutheran Pacific . �7�e :eth'::I�_ � �:�;�n:s ��� formed last week that It had been given groups for the refurbishing of forty the highest rating by the Northwest rooms In the dormitory. Flfty-ftve more Association of Secondary and Higher pledges are needed. to complete this _4 1tunni Choose Board Institution" ot Learning. As a result project wblch will Include the finishing P. L. C. is now a fully accredited liberal ot rooms on the fourth and fltth fioors. Members at Reunion arts college and can grant a 8. A, de- Application has been made to the WPB At the alumni reunion an election gree in liberal arts. for ftnlshlng the rooms on those .fioors. was held �or posts on the alumni board Dr. F. L. Stetson, chairman on the Also Included In the plans tor the and the college board of trustees. Mr. Commission on Higher Institutions for two top stories are a Viking Room on Morris Ford, 31 prinCipal ot the Park- ��� ��ogh;:�v������o;�e;�·�t::, !: �:: fo��t�h:oo� t:ndflo�r�tu ;::\J1�::: m t land grade school, was re--elected for a follows : " Plek86 consider this as formal Room will be the south corner two-year term as an al lHllnl representa- notice that tbe Commission on Higher of the building,onwhere therewelt will be a t1ve on the college board. H. L. J. Institutions herewith gtves recognition tine view ot Mt. Rainier. The room w1ll Dahl, '0 8. Is the other alumnus on the to Pacific Lutheran College as a four· be ftnlsh�d in Norse architecture and year college of liberal arts with a dl- will have murals of Scandinavian scenes board. vision of elementary teacher education. and life. It Is planned to install an elevator in the building. One man has already given U.OOO toward this project which will cost approximately $ 1 0,000. years before. of Fort Lewis, ex lege during the past year." CHURCH GROUPS PLEDGE The Major ....as loud In his praise of Shaw, Retiring members the alumni of The State Education Department of The pledges from church groups are In the armed forces. "I am the men are Milton Nesvlg, '35, president ; on June 8 , 1 9 t o , approved PLC as a coming. well. The American Lutheran Ilroud 0f the fIghtlng men,.. h e st ated, board Lillian Gulllxson, ' 4 2 , secretary; Vlr- four-year 1teacher Institution as training have raised $65,000 to. Church l I s a d d �::� I� ���� �a:': ar!��,� ;: ��: ��; glnla Jahr Strand, ' 4 0 , corresponding of September, 1 9 3 9 . This approval was ward thegroups Jubilee fund. The W. M. F. of private Is tbe unsung hero of this war. secretary; and Ursula McDonald, '43. conflrmed June 1 9 , 1 9 4 2. On December the Norwegian Lutheran Church ot Those wUh one year lett to serve on 9 , 1 9 4 3 , tbe Northwest A880claUon of Americ;l have a little over $6,000 left l-EOPLI!: VHAXGIXG -"I t took us forty-two days by ship the board are Unka DeBerry, '38; Carl Secondary and Higher Scbools granted. on their goal ot $ 4 0,000. The Columbia gOing over In '42 via Capetown and the Coltom, '2 6 ; Wlltred Jewell, ' 4 0 : Del· provisional accreditation In the1 College Conference ot, the Aupstalla S71lod bas Suez Canal.. Coming hack by plane it mar Mortenson, '32; Gertrude Tlngel- or Education. And now In 946 thll pledged $1 0 000. took us forty hours Including stops. stad, ' 39 ; and MI8lI Anna Marn Nielsen, &.88oclatlon grants full ucredltatlon to In Tacoma the drive tor the Dew both liberal' arts and edueatlon dept.. gymnaaium and completion ot the HTbis is symbolic of the change in the faculty representative. brary II progreaalns well. It 1.1 tt.llend . AJnerlcan attitude toward albers. Pea· Ibat tho goal ot 'H �/OO will .. .,. of the United St.tes ... mo,. 10- P. L. C. Now Ras l}epartment of Printing; . reaehecl betore' the .04 or t.e 1ear. tern.tionally minded than they were at II C ampus on nnte . s ewspaper ege 0 C d ' · p I N An " _, .... .... mad, 10 Ihe eoo. tb tact of Iht. con�lel, "We mUlt do some thipklng, lOme One ot the newer projeeta on the printed on that prell!. So now the col- tennlal Planulna CommiJalon ot the real clear thinking on the luues of to- campua Is the P. L. C. Department ot le"e paper Is printed on the campus, N_L.C.A. for a gift of UO,OOO. day," Rauge continued. He cited Printing. Under tbe direction of Mr. Mr. Beard's next project Is to purehaSfl! ampies of the attitudes of men In Italy Elmer Beard this .department atarted a linotype maehlne. Contract Let to Improve to show tbe mental rehabilitation that modestly about year ago In a room' Now the" Beards work full In Mal. Heatl.., Sy.te. must take place, There must be more In the southeast corner of the basement the PLC shop and are kept very b sy. Old Priority has been received trom the understanding between the peoples o_f of Old Main. Today It la housed In more In ' addition to the college printing ey WPB to rebuild the heating system In tbta world regarding one anotber's spacious quarters In the balement of do work for churches, organl;atlons �d Old Malo.. The eontract was let last problems and situations. the chapel and la equipped to turn out Individuals. They recently PUblls}r., a week and work wllI begin at once. all types of printing. THINK AHEAD book of poetry for a Parklarld �ard." Tbe present unlta will be used; and "We muet think of what lIee ahead," Mr. Beard and hie wife etarted out This semester a new course waa the present system will be ebanged Into wtrned. Maj. Rauge; and he briefly out- doing work on a job press In their spare added to the curriculum, Printing 57, a circulating system Instead of one way lined a three·fold program which he telt time and In tbe evenings atter work. taught by Mr. Beard. as It Is now. Tbere wll1 be a return must be tollowed in rehabilitating our At that time Mr. Beard wae employed PLC's Beard has visions of his baby. pipe on every radiator In the bUIlding. world. '�t, we must give the rest of by the Pioneer Printing Co. In Tacoma. the Department ot Printing, growing This will result In more even beat In heatthe world economic ald. He admitted They bought out a printer who had a Into large department of journalistic the rooms and will reduce present . that there 'are many problems connected lot ot good equipment and type fues and printing training. More courses In Ing eosts. with stich a J)f'OlJ1'8m, but he Instated It for Job printing. printing will be added to the curriculum Thla heating system will also be Inmust be done. Secon'dly, we must belp NEW PRESS in the future and It Is highly possible stalled In the two top stories o� tbe the rest ot the ·world In 8ettl�g up ed.u· Then recently Mr. Beard purchued In the not too dlatant future that skllled bl;lUdlng which are as yet unftnished.. catlonal prOP'8.ms. ThirdlY, we must a flne: modern !.Ilehle preas. This, of printers will be graduating from PLC. Nothing will be done to tbe heating help others with .thetr governmental course, neceultated mlffng Into l"rger This l.s one subject that returning vet· plant as one or the goals of the Golden problems: and that dOesn't mean tha.t Quarters. Thl.s ISBue of the "Mooring arans will be Interested In, feels Mr. Jubilee 1.1 tbe building ot a new heat· Ing plant. Mast," as was tbe 1ut one, Is being Beard.. , (Continued on Pace Two)

Making a plea for clear thinking re­ ardtng the International lS8ueB of pur dar, Maj. Philip E. Hauge, Dean of 'Ute college on leave, addressed. three hun· dred alumni and trlend8 gathered In the college dining hall and recreation room for the annual Alumni reunion banquet Sunday evening, February 1 1 . Visibly moved as he began t o speak, Mal Hauge stated that he was not goIng to give an address. but just wanted to talk with hlfl students regarding some of his experiences and observalions gleaned from twent}"-eight months of overseas service In the Medlterranean area. SP�AKS ,''On OTHEHS In the first part of his talk, he spoke Pacific Lutheran College ror the men now In the armed torces. "It they were here tonight," Hauge said. "they would first say tha.t they ha\"e apprecl ated the letters they have received from those at hon;e. " Letters mean more to the service man than anything else. "T h e e m e n," Hauge continued, e a n ��:0�:m7:1:'�r��t::P::: ��i��:! �; t�� college for the wonderful Improvements tbat ha\'e been made on the campus. They would want me to tell you how much they miss you, because they love you,"

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M O O R I N G M AST every t"'·o ""eeka during the achool year by d t Pa ft Lutheran College. Room 130 Telephone: GRanite 8611 Subscription prlce---U.OO per year E ere-d all secoud elai8 matter. -Octooor 2. 1945. t Parkland. Waehlngton. under Act or March 3. 18i9. iMe4/ � S� 1lI� 7"," 7

l

THE

Publlehed

stu en l'l of

c

Office:

nt Post Orrice a

Gladiators in Service Write Regarding Their Experiences

c

at the

the

back

sure

th

Wing

hie

t

l

soldiers overseae

n

should

be published ;

and h e euggested a

Full fllclle in the art of word's a l l u r e ;

I'm

sure

I

j

They're pledged to champion the good and true. These hands are dedIcated t o the cause . Of punishment for breakers of the l a.... s.

my bands. -' to Mus Grace �d awa) F l ser\'ke-s

And for this, the law was placed Into

eb. were conducted �foncia)·. Feb. 'I<

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whose

19.

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ALUMNI SECY. HAGENESS

un ra e

LISTS GRADS

WHO HAYE PAID DUES SINCE LAST ISSUE Cadet-Mldehipman Marine

Academy.

C.

Charles Cvetlch,

Kings

Point.

N.

'43, U.

Y.;

S.

Merchant

C.

Kreidler

Lyell

too long In c

i

College . . .

and

greater P.

C."

L.

fll

lstJ'o

executive

m,

officer

aboard

headed "At Sea" says. "The

.I

greeting w a s armost l i k e a \'Islt . . .

c a n eee

marks.

and

Mrs.

Lemons

Parkland ; g!

Lyell

Beach

Pfc.

Kr i le

R d. .

Walter

APO

T'lcoma

(Louise

can

bring

yeare

on

what

PLC or

that

.

back

And

.

.

0... '",

campus

haB to

look

Bueh

In

offer

"I\'ldness

' . _ ..

Parkland.

a

Btudent

can

the

really

from P,'1..

S

t Soloos,

appreciate the

It's really that

piri ' . "

HaM'Y

Bi l ur e. y u yers. 39193558, Co. G. 390th Int., AP I have of fellowship and I in my time

you may be eure that

forward to attending Dr.

I n t h e Philippines. "Yee.

I

will

be among the fi rst

Pflueger's

b e co

se

Prof. Malmln's music classes. and so on down the line (but paper Is ecarce) .

. Thank you deeply for all

Janet

Hauge.

'42

o r pra

"

S t.. Longview; Oak Otness, ' 4 0 . and Mrs. Oak

( V ivian

Mrs. Ella DumaR.

L S .,

So.

t

S t. . Tacoma; Mrs. So.

Mrs.

e

friendly

atmosphere

t er

"

t

the hope

Lutheran In the future and continuing

where

on

.•

Everett;

O

comee Into Ylew. and although overseas, returning to

w

Pioneer. Puyallup; Mrs. Chaa. K i n g

Otness

Jay Zhnmennan,

c/o P. M .. San Francisco. says, "Now as [he year 1 9 4 5

off, sharing once again the flne that

experienced dur

w

te,

g

ti

as protected me

b r of

t

u

Harsh

.•

a

.•

Paul

must·

Young.

mem.

where ) ;

wa

at the p

no.

H.EPnEBEXTED men

and

Marl'

.....omen

were

to Maj. (see story els8-­ v ea." duty aboard alr­ tr n o Estber N rg . t e uth r S inar Hauge. They

Shaw

SKI. Philip Norby, U S M C , vet.

carriers

and

a

troop

a sp rt;

P l't . Walter Young. home on a n overfurlough ; nurse

..... 111

and

at

Also

present

cent

graduate

Harborvlew

was

Clifton

.from

m

o

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aard

L

e

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Sea tl .

nruland. e

re­ y,

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who

soon.

I

.

eran of much o ere craft

cadet

happy days

above and beyond

rundamental educational subjects.

of couree. to

,.

Ro), orr In

York , reo--

way

aforemenUoned

Thelma Daniels

service

Pvt.

seas

S/Sgt.

APO 520, NAW person

(HV)

with

old 'Famlly-Chrlstlan

Jackson ) .

ple u

M.,

I I

to recell'e a note with such a sincere personal touch

." . , .. ,� call

BG

459th

"It Is certainly a pleasure ror a

______

that

HQ.

the

present In addition

are

' '" ",. ."'I'

Also referring to the facuity Christmas card.

St'hmAlult.

'

Four

that the 'old P. L. C. Spirit' prevails In war as In peace."

ed r '35 98. Pfe. 6; Go r d. '38. Co. E. 359th Inf PaclHc c/o p. Ne York; Helen Church. '43 Ilf (Teresa Sells) Smith). '39. 1412 1h So. t Tacoma 3 ; h e. S/Sgt.. Del.Juar KnudtsoJ'l ro "God h '41. 6121 K Edgar a great num e combat mlseIons made over the can· OttInger (Merrie Malcolm) . '40. 5412 J St Tacoma 8 ; Vivian C. Pearson. '4-3, R. 3 , B. 1101, JosephIne inen , and I feel assured He will keep me safe n l I have tlnlahed." (Word now comes that Delmar'S missions are Demers, '39. 221 So. 96th St., Tacoma. Ensign SterUng R. Harsbmann, '43, U. S. S. New Or complete, and that he will soon return to the United Statea.J Pfe. Charles V. Richter, now working In the M1lltary leaoe, Fleet Post Office. San F'rancII'lCO; Sterling mann (Vernita Spooner), '40, 1802 So. J St., Tacoma 6; Intelligence office at Fort BUsa, Tex., after overseas duty. Mrs. Carl O. Skov (Thora RasmU68en) , '31, 263 N. Broad­ telis the Interesting news of his marriage during bls No-­ way, Portland 12, Ore.; Mrs. Rolfe E. Anderson (Helen vember furlougb to Mias Marjorie Hall of Tacoma. They Collins). '33. c/o U. B. F. B Hebo, Ore.; Paul Larson, '38 are making their home at Fort BUaa. Lt. Og) T. Oial Hagenees, stationed with the Director and Mrs. Paul La1'son, '41, Parkland; Edward C. Pedersen '41, R. I, Cathlamel; Bernice Eklund, '41, Parkland; Mrs of Training at a Pacltlc base, ia becoming known as PLC Gerbard Haakenson (Ruth Bull) , '26, R. 7. B. 399·A, Ta "contact man" for & number of alumni who have been call· coma; Ensign Paul K. Preul'l, '35, U. S. B. Allendale, A.P.A ing In bls particular uea. A miniature reunIon ODe week 127, Fleet P. O., San Francisco, and Mrs. Paul K. Preus end Included Mo.MM SIc Simon Andel'8Ollo and EMfsna (Marte Wenberg) . '38, Parkland; Lt. Kenneth D. Anenson ..iIart}'" Doft', "Dick" La.ngt.on. "Bun," Thorpe, IJreaD � '37, 0·1644085, APO H I t , c/o P. M., New York; Marcus tin and Paul It. Pren8. Lt. lohn Stuen and EuIgn ''Orvtt " R. Stuen. '43, AS V·12 (S). USNR, 620 No. 14th, Milwau­ Dahl were other recent "visitors." kee, Wis.; Alalle FOS80, '41, 1018 20th St., Anacortes; To the alumni ottice comea another cbange of addrel8: Patricia Roning, '42, Vancouver. Waab.; Enalgn Waller Capt. Walter R. Simonaon, 0·662185, 72nd F'tr. Sqdn., 2i8t Schnackenberg, '37; Myron Kreidler, '26, P&1'kland; Mrs F'tr. Gp., APO 86. c/o P. M., S n Francisco, Calif.) '� Arthur Bloom (Anna Sinland), ex PLA, Eaat Stanwood; Edgar R. Larson, '34, c/o Field Director, American Red 4832 Ea. C St-., Tacoma; Mrs. James Phillips (Agnel'l To1'­ CraBB, Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Calif. vend) . '38, 29B H St., Vancouver. Wash.; Lt. Arnold W. Ben Dable. ex '42, M. U. Sch. ot Medicine, Milwaukee 3 KeUer. 0·503742, 132Sth A.A.F.B.U I.C.D., A.T.C., APO WI&..; Mrs. Al Good (Louise Hendrlckaon) , '37, 411 So .89. clo P. M., New York; Mrs. Arnold W. Ketler (Mar· Iron, C��ralla; Sylvia. Johnson, '42. 1805 4th Ave. N. W. cella Frederick), '41, 3305 No. 22nd, Tacoma; Novelle Puyallup; Ensign Ruesell Frye, '37; Mrs. Chalmers F Nagel. '36. 1901 Jackaon, San Francisco; Helen Cunning­ Elliott (Evelyn }S:nlbbe). '41, 3615 Eut B St., Tacoma; ham. '39. 186aquah; Carol Snyder. '39, 601 So. MeridIan, John Larsgaard. 'H, Lutber Theological Seminary, Como Puyallup; Paul Brlncken, '41, Yelm; Eldon Anderson, '35, BUed, '37. &. Luther Place, St. Paul, Minn.; Major Pb1llp E. Hauge c/o Rayonler, Inc., Port Angeles ; Cpl. (on leave In Parkland) ; Gertrude Tlngelstad, '39, Park· 39179004, Servo Co., 264th Inf., Camp Rucker, Ala.; Mrs. land; Arnt Oyen, '27, Poulsbo; Harold·F. Gray, '31, R. 8 Roald Melver (Elsie Gunderson) . ex '40, Bothell; Mrs. B. 694-D, Tacoma; Mrs. Lloyd Hauge jVlrginia Byers), '34 Burnett Thompson (Ninl> Elde). '26. OrUng; Sgt. PhIlip 1301 E. 66th St.. 1'a.coma; Alberta SchmItz. '33, 4602 So Norby. Marine Det., U. S. S. G n. .0. H. Ernst, FPO, San G St., Tacoma; Mrs. Norris Mong (Margaret Wesl'lon), '34 Franciaco, Calif. '29. 2727 Re . . 90. 527 W. '36, 2818 Fir

l ie.

.

8

Lo u

tty

and

In community

"

glad and proud to help build

wlll

by

ac-

ber of the college faculty. led the dlnerll

With e

i Christmas

These two weak tools are pledged a Job to do

wb

the war endl'l.

c/o P. M .•

I,t. (jlo:) "Chuck" F I I thp l'S::; P.C. 5 4 9 . ill a letter

hal'e the skill

\Ve h to ('-:IOprt·s� our hcartf{'lt sympathy BloomquJsl. »t'Rn 01 "·omen. moth{'r Thunda)', F lIS. In "'Ruban, MinnesotA.

a

a

re.

Rhoda

seeking my oid

be

ae

h

la

as�

forward to the time when we can return to Paci fic Lutheran

to maim or kill.

Of fre�doru and equality of lands.

P.

Kuhn

that

sure

HsptJ .. APO

them s l o w . unsure.

they'll never

eays

Wrltee

11 0 s ..nse

In acts of dirt and hate and violence.

I n handling things designed

h

again."

FPO. San Francisco,

Go d's help.

Ten servants mAde t o grace a poet's den. At first theee hands o f mine could find

:\nri though

e

back

poeltlon on his football team

reflective. pale and long;

b a t t l e ' s d u t y found

t

get

sured Coach Olson

I N MY lLU�."DS

Ten fingers made to hold a dreamer'e pen.

The

ca

Navy

These two poor futile hands o f mine areu't etrong,

thin.

r

ge

t

e

Ph.

Following Is one of his recent poems:

For they are

l

l

poem of Sha..... ·s ...... hlch he felt should head the list.

LAW

I

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e

l

f

I

W

nntll

t

n

nt

COI

have

ll

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a te

I

poeme

P. O

the

n to

ut

ntr

a r w

Many

d

rlan

a

a

to e

on!rseas.

Dr.

L.

at

q

us I

wen' the

tram

tt

:-'Ian- Is reco.\·erlng quite well from

ten

lu

a d names of

This time he waa

h

P. L.

regularly to every

of

l

pects to be out or

that

.

vic

p,.t. Marvin S. Shaw, ex '43, Is oow at Madigan General Hospital at Fort Lewis after being wounded three dlft'erent Urnes tn o,'ene&8 combat. He wu firet wounded at Cuelno. Recuperating tram that he went in on the Anzlo beachhead where he was wounded again. He atormed &abore with tbe I vaa on forces In southeran France and '111'&8 wounded the wounded twice, In the leg and in the elbow. his ...... ounde and ex· t e hoepltal In e months. He hopes O e a I C ;�:� ��� ;e!:h�:: �!�:�:C:��I�::� f:� h�: �:��� :r��� of been published In h �:� ;�:���: :� : ��:: � � ���;: ; :�I:!:: ��r :� n :; third time near DUon.

By IRENE HAGENESS There are now 372 blue stara on the P. _L. C. serviCe Hag which hangs In the hall of Old Main. These alumni in eervlce. many hew thousanda of wiles away, think about many thing! home.. and from their many leUers com· C. Is often In their ��: �:�: way, It Is The Mooring Mast. sent a mn n ser e, la especially appreciated. Also welcome in every corner tbe globe Christmas greetings carrylna: P. L. C. etaff members. A faculty autographs n le er Eaetvold. urging service men and women whoee education had been loterrupted by tbe war to raturn to P. C. nd describing some of tbe 1'eeent Improve· menlB on the campus. also received enthullutlc response. " Am looking for......ard to blgge1' 'and better P. L. C after e war." writes .\.llan O"e d, ARM 3/c. Fleet . 17 Hedron. c/o F. .. San Franc",co, when be eent a co ib io Development As.oclatlon. r s ;� :: �� �: ;! 0:1��1. �� �:e �: !::.� =�o: I�:: I n Opt Merle R. Pflueger. 1 33 c o M. . �!! :�::�IS�:.· ���� �:� ��� a�::� �=I�tant� ' OSCAr Elmer Peterson, "I. 2/c. Malaria Control Unit. 145. saye. "Not long ago I I would back eoon s t h t day I'm won't be ow ng. p.,·t.. HowlU'd H. Schmidt, 39209435. 190th G n SE.R\'ICE 887. New York, "We're all looking I be u

1945

22,

(Continued from Page On'e) we force tbe American syalem upon them. In cla.lnl 'Oe aald that we muet de­ vote our Uvea 10 touching tbe heartl'l ot men at homeand abroad 80 th their lives will be· dlft'erent. BA,NQ1JIr."T PROGRA.'f Milton Neavlg, '35. aluwni associa­ tion preeeident, presided over tbe ban­ uel &8 toutmuler. Dr. S. C. Eaatvold. college president, gave a greeting to t e alumni on behalf of the .chool and went �:gt:�:�r�:::� a;;;h:f ::::��.Jects be· The elu. ot '45 was welcomed Into the Alumni aseoclatlon. and Mildred Broadland Martin, claas president. aponded. She etated that ftfly-.lx or the men who started out In their clua four years &&:0 are no� In Service. Muelc for the affair Waf! furnlebed undergra.duates. Marion Saltman. companied by Francelle Schoch, eang ��a:::c:�:el:::�ob:s;s. Tt;;e:r�:r� Q:trtt:� Rieke. Albert Q uartet are Be c na. Hokenstad '35, lIinglng. Wi l 36 s ia

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Wi ll S t udent Ca u tion Fee Loggers Take H eld SUllday . May 27 Robe" R. So,de<, 1 9 1 1 % 7 2 7 , ex �p1. C asaba Til I t. 29·28 '38, APO 94, c /o Pm., New York, N. Y. Graduation exerelses at P. L.C. have T 0 R ef urb'ISh R OOln The" Collese ot Puget Sound buketAssoclaled StudenC7 Bod)' of 1 9 4 {J. Solie, eM 2ft:., '37, Hdqr. been moved ahead one week this sprIng. .. 5The ball squad edged out the Lutetl by the CoChester haa taken upon Itself the refurbishI. 1 2 9 t Batt., USNCB, c /o Commencement will take place at 3 : 30 Platoon close score of 29-28 in a crosa lown F.P.O., San Francisco, California. p. m., Sunday, May 27 , and Bacealau- Ing of the Student 8041 omee by pledgball game, Tuesday. Februa.ry t. rell.te wUl be the same day at 11 a m Ing tor thla purpoae the_ unuaed portion 0&) Harry South.,,' orth, '32, TucThe local squad made desperate at- son,Lt,Arizona. Summer aeaslon registration la se; to� of this year', "caution tee," A r8801u. tempts to o\'ercome the small lead their Wednesday, June 1 3, The first term tlon to thla etrect was paaaed during tbe rival held throughout the game, and Jo"'rank D. Spear, Cox., ex '41, 9th Sp. ends Friday, July 13. The second term Student Body meeting, Thursdar, Feb­ were able to hold the CPS th's to no USNCB, Co. C, clo F.P.O., San Fran- begllns Monday, July 16. and cloaes Au- ruary 1 5. polnta in the tourth and tinal period, cisco, California. gust 1 5. Couraes will be otr6l'ed In all Agnes Mykland, ASB pr6JI:Y, informs The first half proyed the downfall James Steel. ex '41. ) 4 8 Med. Bn. , deparupents. us that the walla of the new Student for the "Glads," with the CPS t5am 35th Regiment, Ft. Lewis, Washington. The practice begun last year or In- Body otrlce (one door north at the Dook. going ahead to a 24 to 14 halftime lead. Lester W. Storaasll, S llc, ex ' H . "Itlng atudenlH who ex pect to complete Store) will be of knotty pine, and that. Chuck Brown, basket driving center In USS Dobbins, A D 3, Dl.v. I , c/o F.P.O., requirements tor the B. A. degree at a rug almllar to the one In the mualc CPS, collected. 8 polnta In the first balf, I San Francisco, Calltornla. the close or the summer ae8slon to par- studio wUl be ordered soon, Otrlce [ur­ and all of the opponont.' Korea In tho Mary Elizabeth Stuen, E l/c, ex '42, tlclpate In Commencement exere.illes nlture will add a bualneaa touob to the iast half. He led the ,·Isltor! with 13 Sp. ( S >. Adm. and Mil, Comma.nd, e\'en though not In attendance during place, A al h'er plaque stating that this points as against 12 for Erl Nordeng, CSNR Repair Base, Work Barracks, San the regular school year la also being room waa ref!.nlahed by the Student local high pOint man. followed thla spring. A number of Dody of 1944-45 ·,,'111 be placed on the Diego. Camornla. The last hal! was a "thriller" with I Edward N. S"lnth, '36. alumni ha"e already made. applI�atlons door. Work on the room will start plenty of action from the starting S. O. Swanson, S l/c. ex '40 . 3 Hh Sp. tor graduation upon this basla. ,,-H hln til e next tew weeka. whistle to the end. with the Viking n\'6 Batt .. Co. C, PL 2. F.P.O .. San FranThe pledging of the Caution Fee Is I outscorlng and outplaying the Loggers. cisco, CalHornla. on bula for each student. I a voluntary The final seconds of play found the :\t ll ton Theno, ex '42, N.A.S., San I Pacific Lutheran Host to I h rge s tt LSA Area Conference ;:�:�, town rival stili leading with ant: DI !:��ec��:g �h� :ledge:� :: : �:::r�b:��;: al r from the Central Washlng- I A number of solicitors tor each clD.1S8 �!��O�d �� ;�:rpe, S 2/c ( FC ) , '44 t Students of Education and tbe unl- I are helping to get the pledges In during 7 0 234. 1.:. S.S . Dashiell, D.D. 659 : olll College I t e g ::st� :� I thls week. Jasper Johnson, '36. Is principal or 38 ' F.P.O., San Francisco. Calif. {he- Cnlon Gap Scllool near Yakima. He l Fl John B. Wall (T224318), '4 0 , ;'I�:SII��a� 1.���:� :���:g ��: A r o <!olso owns a fruit ranch near Yakima. 1333 OAA}" BU, ICO-ATC, A.P.O. 629 , ::rden��: Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 1 0 Pre�. Ea�tyo ld Yisitin, I cIa Pm .. �ew York. Cahfornla Conqreqatlons Oaten Ellasen, '35, Is enl ll\oYed by L J. Wes�on, '34 . Merchant "Faith of Our Fathers" was the I Dr. S. C . E ast\'old 1 ell last week tor the :'\ordby Supply Company. a fisher- :\farlt.oe , eonard 602·4 6th S. W. . Seattle, Wasil. theme of the conference. Miss Betty , an extended trip to Callrornla In the 5 Garton. :\atlollal L.S.A. ad\'lsor, spoke Interests at the college and the Golden men's supri)' concern, In Seattle. I Emory Nelaon Whitaker, '34, ":'Ily Place In the Church" during I Stanley S. Whitehead, S 2 , C, '4 2, all lhe Sund ay afternoon mee t in g. Re" . J ubilee campaign. Corrine FOltso. ' 4 4 . and A lal l e Fossa, I Brks . II O.G. U NTC, .. Camp Scott, F, S (' \,ast Sunday he preached In Firat �::� ::�o��a��ln� l � the same elemen- Farragut. Idaho. Clar(:uce Johnson. Tacoma, answered Norwegian I.utheran Church, Re-v. R. i ther Our Lutberan ' "Wh l el home town . A na- Grant Whitley . S 2/c, ex ' 4 4 . B-3. the que!ltion. ? " on Sat urday eveni ng. Mh!S I G. Ho"land . I)astor. In San Francisco. cortes. Drk� 612 t:pper Port Service Schools Church During tbls week he Is visiting melHRuth Ellln gsberg, regional l)reSldent, : bers at the congregation " 1' l"S�TS. Great Lakes. illinois. soliciting gifts I Ilr nte the sh am talk. Lt, Frank E. Willard. '34, Army. [or the &chool. ��� � t � � 33, g. Walter 39 t�'I�; 1 Sunday, "�eb. 25th. he will preach In :\'1. E. YO lll 4 i 2 0 8 9 , ' ' {' :� e ��t l:t ��� �� �: \�l' ; Io al e : Jackson. South ele t to el t SELDEN'S 9 6 � HA Ord Co., ,"art Savlor's Lutheran Church In Los I ", C li . O Saturday and Sun- Our t Carolina. Angeles where Rev. J. W. Carlson Is � �:\\'.' :�;:. :; an�\8: William E. Zler; , 34, First in Floor Coverings acting pastor. The next Sunday he t plans to be In Longbeach In the connerl :\!)-hre, '36, principal of Jetrer- gregat ion ;'1 e . A' 1tL N IS . Then OCCASIOl"'AL Fl'R!'!ITt:Rl:: School In Tacoma. I� alAn director on March soronthe �e � \lI be ;n �aaadena V·lc tor'S M ark et Gault Recreation Program. This In Rev, J. H.t�Berg church. In addlis held In the evening!! at Gault Bchool tlon to visiting members lULD STO AGE LOCKERS SHADES - BEDDlSG or the congreunder the auaplces of the Tacoma Rec• GKOCEIUES :\lEATS . e DRAPERIf.S o Com eat lssi Cour ea n. re 0� ! ��8\ltOl�:,_��:\ �th�;'Ca:�g:::�� o:�I:n atl�� GR. 8538 DROOKD,\LE : � arts an� era�ts an �e � � area. The above schedule Is l subject to --' a :�u lll�e ;�; !I:�� t�, L change. .•

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Additions to P. L. C. Service Dintcto..,

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Much Planning for Grad Banquet; Comparison of Costs Interesting

Euniee Knutson SK 3 /c. ex ' 43, Wave I Abner. '38, Navy. San Francisco Simon N. Anderson. ex ' 3 5 , ltO' M'M ' Bks D Treasure Isie 3/c. Dlv. 1 1 . A.G. 6 9 , U.S.S. Burias, Caltt. Lt. S-tse Marie Krlst-engeD, ' 3 8 , NurB8. Post Office. New Y or k, N. Y. Woodrow W. Arneson, ' 3 8 . F UC. E. 1 6 2 1-1 1th A'·e. . Seattle. Wasb. (OverDlv .. l'SS South Dakota. F.P.O . . . San se&!!. ) pre. Donald Langert. ' 4 1 . 1 9 0 2 2 6 5 5 , f''ranclsco. CaUf. Karl A. Baehner, ' H , S. 2 / C . Bks. 1 1 . 1 2618t Base Unit NASD. ATC. APO 3 9 6 . R22E. NATTC. Memphis. Tennessee. e/o Pm .. New York. Douglas H. l..a ngert. S 2/c . ' 4 1 . USS Pvt. Edw. Bergsagel. ·H. 3 9 4.79 7 1 6 . Co. C. S.M.D.E.T. ( J ust transferred to Owens, clo Pm .. San Franclseo. Calif. Roy Larson AS. ex '-15. Co. 45-2a. }<'ort Lewis. ) Ensign Bertli BlIldt. ' -1 2 . 384056. USNTC. San otego 3 3 . Calif. 1/Sgt. Stanley Lee. ex ' 3 9 . 1 9 0 7 5 2 7 0 . USS PC-12 2 0 . clo Fleet Post Office. lSth .A.A.C.S .. APO 52S. clo Pm., New New York. N. Y. . AlS Charles W BllllnglfieJ. ex '.u. York. _ Ensign Gaylon Marvin Linstrom. ex 392 1 S 66 1 , Sqdn C. F.L.E .. K.A.A.F.. ' 4 2 . 5 5 0 6 Asotin. Tacoma, Wash. Kingman. Ariz.

l for rear or union dHPutting on a P.kC. Reunion Ban- tabulating theZl q uet haM never been a. "cinch." but with tlculties. An Interesting sraetlgHl 01\ tMe 1)anall kinds of shortages, ran ging from of this year'" butter to manpower. It becomes . job Quet la the eompart80n banq uet coala with those of 1 9 34. Rec· and a half during warllme. EVAn 80. ords show that 11 yea.rs ago 1 8 5 per· this year's banquet ....as an outstanding sons were served ....t1h a total food bil l success. ot U l . 7 2 ! Tickets sold for thlrty-nve One reason was tHat nearly everyone .eents. however. Instead of $ 1 . 5 0 . and attending the reunion made reservation no doubt Instead ot turkey the chicken on tbe 1 9 3 4 menu. c08t1ng $1 1 . -1 0 . wa� either by postcard or telephone. SimpIi- ereamed . Tbta year's tu rkey bill was tying the necesl4ary planning which bad $ 7 2 . 00 . Cake came to $ 1 7 . 0 0 . but $ 1 . 50 to be made by women ot tbe Trlntty did It In 1 9 3 4 . Celery ....&.1\ $ 6 . 7 5 a crate Guil d clreles wh o conse1lted to eerve thlll year; In '84 tltty cents worth ot the b.anq""lret meal. celery was used. and lettuce was n"e Another reasou was that a gO'od com- cents a. he&d. Six pounds of butter Wall mlUee of alumni really did some hard bougbt in 'H for $i. 5 6-and no pointK. ADDITIONAL GOLD STARS work setting up tables and chair!! and Donated help was easy to get eleven doing the thankless clean-up Job. See- years ago-this year $ 2 5 . 0 0 ....as paid 1 (J.t.�.t. Hugo S,,·an80n. ex '4 •. ,,'--� kllll� In plAfH'l crIUlh In "'lorida. .Jun(", Ing Stan Dahl hauling chairs and tables Ptc. loho Cra.lg ,JohoNOn. ex '-la, Irnlt hL'I Ute "'hen a -tralW'port ·on In his truck took man y a Visiting to waitresses and h elpers. whJch he WAIl �nger. WAIl tlnnk In �ovembeT-, 19-1.... alumnus back to the twenties and thlr- ;---__________� p,.t. .\.h·ln IJol1\'lg, e.'( •... 11. was kil1t"d In action tn llalr. J"uly 1 944. pte. Ror R. " di"lnlt"y. t"x '-1.'1. dit"d In ac-tlon in October. 19...... in t.he ties. when Stan was offlelal hauler with European thf'atH. COLLEGE HAIRCUTS his model-T wagon. Making up t be 1 Rorllitt'l' "Lundt". fiX '''2. w.... kHlt"f1 In ac-tion In "'ranet". �-on 'lllbt>r. 9-14. teamsters' and carrler'S group this time , A I I L A N D • It. • • I • were Stan Willis. "Peanuts" Paul LarC. R. MARSH Pvt. Earle H. MacCannell, 3 9 4 8 1 3 1 -1 . son. Carl Edwin Roosevelt (Cork) ColEarl Forrest Bryant. ex ' 4 1 . R.C.R.�.. Bomb Squad. 1 1 6 . F.P.O .. San Fran- ex ' -15 . Co. D. 1 -19th Tr. Bn., 90th tom. Joe Hanson and Kenny Jacobs. Texas. Hood Training Reg .. Camp . cisco. Calif. Stella Jacobs also got Kenny In on Oliver Nelson �alley. S lie. ex '42, the decorating job. The result was a i Pvt. Vale Burger. ex ' 401 . A. S. N. 3 9 2 1 6 8 2 7. 252 7th Base u nit . Sec . C- l . Armed Guard Center ( Pacific ) . S. S. beautifully done banquet room. exDINNIIS AND South Plain Army .f1eld. Lubbock. Tex. Henry ,- Abbo tt . c/o F.P.O .. San Fran- tremely professional. except for the fact FOUNTAIN SIIVICE ' . cisco. CaUf that no bill tor !towers was presented. -12 Cpl Elmore S Burlngrud. ex Dalias Martin. ex '4-1. oR l/c. Heather bloom. pussywlllow and sword BLUE RUSTIC 3 9 2 1 1 933, 3606 Ord. HA.\f Co .. A.P.O. . Wi ll iam C. Matteson. 3 2 5 2 2 9 , ex fern were used on the tables. and also R6 c/o Postmaster. San Francisco . . 4 1prc Mountain Highway . 1 9 2 0·-I6th Ave .. Seattle. Wash. catoneaster greenery. Assisting wi th Calif. Jordan Moe. ex ' -1 2 . c/o U. Blidt. . decorations and the many other lastWm. C. Capps. ' 38. Ph. :\f. 21c. Cub. Troy. Idaho. minute hostess Jobs were Lillian Gul1 5G4. F.P.O . . San Francisco Calif MEN'S CLOTHINCi I l:xson. Thelma Wilite and Gertrude Jo hn Rohert oe . ex ·-:ta. ' I pre. C. A. Case 39202 2 2 1 ex " 4 2 · Morgan. Pv(. Billie ex Lou ROliRe ' 401. Fu.....I.... Hats. 5.... Tlngelstad. for Mise Nielsen her Co. B, 16th A.I.B . . · 1 3th Armo'red Dlv. . I p,.t Ru�sell H. Murray. ex ' -1 5 , double role As of faculty alumni �epre. A.P.O. 2 6 3 . Camp Bowie Texas letland & Palagruti 3 9 4 8 2 i6(). Btry. C�31-8. F.A.R.T. . Ft. sentative and member of one of the Carol Emel'son. WAVE. ex '-I�. 9 2 8 Paoutc Avenue Sill. Oklahoma. elrcle� let her In tor so many Jerroll Rolf Enge. ' 401 . S lIc, Bar- Herbert H. Nlenstedt. HA I/c. ex ' " " Guild Taco ma 2. Waabln gto n working hours that we dare not risk racks 30. N.A.T.T.C .. Class G-t 1 . See- -t:. S. Naval Hospital Starr. Oakland. tlon D. Memphhl 1 5 . Tenn. CatU I� Carl Albin Erickson. ex ' 4 3 . 9 1 9 WI\. ANDEISON CiIOCIIIY 2nd Lt. Lyle �yland. :\iarlnes. ex ' -1 1 . bur A'-e .. PaeHIc Beach, San Diego. Park land Hardware GR. 8 5 6 0 Pvt Frank J. Pavia. 3 9 2 1 7 4 2 5 . ex Parkland. Wash. Callt. 2nd Lt. Edna May Erlck�on. N- · H . Co. A. 33rd Batt. . 7 4 6 Reg .. Fort SCHOOL SUPPLDIB and Alabama. cClellan. 7!HS72. ex '40. 224th General Hospital. M HOME RIDMEDIES Ilcycl•• A.P.O. 1 7 3 2 1 . c/o Pm .. New York. Chaplain Henry Gerhardt pnueger. Lt Willys Folsom. ex ' 3 7 . 1 1 9 A.A. ' 3 8 . CSNR. Office of the Chaplain. Navy Repair � P.rts C.S. Squadron. APO 7 2 6 . c/o Pm .. Se- Yard. Philadelphia.. Pennsylvania. P.I ...... attle. Wasb. Ensign Paul K Preue. '35. U. S. S. I.OOIlDoUl u.raa CO. Lee H. Folsom. ex ' 4 5 . S l/c. Co. 208 Allendale. A.P.A. 127 . F.P.O .• San Mountain Highway U.S.N.T.C .. Great Lakes. III. Francisco. California. '/' Block Eest of College Dennis John Gallagher. ' 4 0 . R.F.D. . Pvt. Warner R. Quale, ' 3 0 . 1 0 0 5 - 1 1 t h BROOKDALE. WASH. EatonvJlle. Wash. St .. Bismark. North Dakota. Donald B. Gilbertson. s 2/c. ex ' 4 1 . Gerbard Rosin. ex ' 4 5 . V-7 Unit. Box 1 1 0 3 . Colgate university. Edwin E. Sandvig, Ph. M 3/c. ex ' 4 4 . LL'S Hamilton. N. Y. Stan Gllje. ex ' 4 4 . S.S.·W.L. Thomp­ U.S.N. Hospital Stat!. 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