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Full text of "Southern accent, July 1959-May 1960"

The Pathway 



to Maturity 




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Physics Project 
Eliminates Bugs 




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Stoie Cools Off 

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Dictcl Named 
First ACCENT 

"Lifer" 



Rees Helps Build Houses 
with Windows of Gold 



Baasch Injured! 

Elder Henry E. Baasch a 
sisLant professor of religion a 
southern Missionary College 

lutomobile accideni in G 
[nany, where he has been \ 
ing and working with e a 



Elder Baasdi has n 
pus and hopes 



. Mrs. Cha 
rage as high as e 




Yumpin' Yupiter^ 

Ve Bane Gone toScandanavia ' 



President Speaks 
In First Chapel 




Editorial . . . 

Don t Come Unless 

Cusiomarilj, the summer issue of the South Ei 



doubtedly you have already read t 
and have found them encouraging. 

Probably "encouraging" is the word, or at 
the words, which most adequately describes the 
Southern Missionary College at the present time, 
that we arc tht fastest growing, most progre 



I. that there will be room for over ili 
e'll have to grow some to fill it. 
mically, take a look at the college 



in physi. 



scope. 



[ significant to the editors of this paper 

., . d of last year's studenc body, most of 

whom plan to return this coming school year. It has bwn 
several years since the over-all morale of the siudenis li.iv 
been so high: esf^ril de corps is at a new peak and still ri,inu 
Yes, we are looking forward to the best year jet. But ; ■ >u 
won't be here to enjoy it — we don't want you to come 



Let's Burst Red ChiiK 
Propaganda Ballo(ni 






wanting u: 

gain a Chri 
for furthi 



cation in order to better prepare yourself 

,_ in God's work; it means that you really 

e a deep desire to learn by studying with us at Southern 
■lissionary College. 

Wanting us means that you have a goal in life, a purpose 
or existence, and that you want to realize thai goal by 
ludying with as at Soudiern Missionary College. 

nd duties to your fellow man, and that you want to fulfill 
h(nc duties by studying with us at Southern Missionary 



I L nt, with the £\er-increasing challenges of this world 
Miihnut Mmt further fuller acquaintance with your Maker; 
K I, Lan> thji vou ^ani to learn to know Christ beitcr by 
iud\ing with us at Southern Missionary College. 

Vi anting us means other things, too. It mean; that you 
v^ant to live a life of which Christ would be proud; it 
mLjns that *ou ua»l to observe rules because you know thai 



] failed. Do you have the stuff i 



Next Year- 



,nd we have the s 



i Watsf 






assisted by Sandy Lewis in the news editor's chair and Donni 
Dunham behind the featute desk. 

An old Accent standby. Sue Johnson, wili be a rose 
beside a thorn as she heads up the all-important copy 
department, surrounded by make-up editor David Parker. 




lonu lime 51ikc 


liOAST: Unchow and 


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THE FACTS: The a 


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complcicd. ScvonJIy, ll't 




j-raducc a high qualil)' pro 
I'.n'how'sTo-olLd moder 


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fo. with the people telat 




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It IS live thjt u of t,( 




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Asiisgtejlestfjite, anit. 




ii::";*'"irors 


d, thi; P«jplL-s 


once she has minjgi-d lo 
p<«ple. Communist Chinj 


.rt'llt''^ 


1..S m. cxptTlenccd. "^ 


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TJAiln^Sv^,t^l 



Redecorated Rooms 

and 

Baleful Biiiiiis 



To fhe WootJs! 
1 h.e, b, lb. 



tel,, bill I 



lell eitetybody si 
sow. P,H, h.s „ 



Sleeping Sirens 

With (bis lo.el, (?| we.tke, we 



Talge Tom- 

RatlliiifiDooiKiiol). 
More Bald II I 



Back to the Woods! 






binoceUrs svon't wotfc (bat way! Tbere was altrosl a "'] ^^^^^ 
in (bo group wben Norman Ellio(. Tod Edmisiet, and Don i'<^^^ ^.^^^ 
Sadifday nigh( (o go( a refill on food supplies. All '^"'^J^^ „Jd U^ 

found (be 'righl r.li, |(h.y -or. brol.) (bey »"" ''■",*"„b«l( 



THE SOUTHERN ACCEN 




She 'las Truly Been 

A "Mother in Israel' 



Au Revoir, Mrs. Dietel 

Bj Mark Thrfis 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



4,000 Adventists Meet at Collegedale 
For Annual Conference Camp Meeting 



\TS Takes Survey 




LUNDQUIST, 









|ui». simple f„l(o, one,. 






.I« -pi-ninj hymn, >,„; 
hymlhilchK, 






Agiin," ,. ,h, old 



rophccj- group with Elder H. M. S 

" ■' "^^' spiritual fciil. 
The er,,!,- mornloe deralior,. 
odiei on rhe Alon.menl b, Elde 
V. R. Frenrb. followed b, ln,i 






"MEl'sTEr" CoUjmbus, "III"" "'^h™f"'""'' ""^ ''""^ '" 
"" mornine mccnnj^; El- \ jn iheTrlfh^he ie^'ivlf orThe'"'"^ J^ Plly""!. menial, and sp'irk- 
"nrl'l e"Io'°l'"n,n''''!oi'''' ' '^ Toi bi^nSred S"' """'"* "°' 






rel) to adiusi tli.ngs to ] SMC ^ 



Christians, Not Technicians 



a phrase that aptly des.riLK 
lined ielf-expr«sion sow, 



SOUTHERN ACCENT 



SA Stimulates Democracy 



Enrollment Hits An All-Time High 
In SMC's 1959-60 Registration 



Over 575 Enrolled; 
25 Registered on 
Orlando Campus 



presently eneaged in Jtudy ati the 




:rn themselves. Th< 
r ^reat country ha, 
into our hands; we 



Each Student Hat 






on the hS^ 



You will find that here at Soutl 
:m Missionary College you wi 
lear a great deal about "getting I 
mow your God/' This is one c 



aportunity of ficowiog up i 
encc, and becoming a itron 



SMC, Ink 

Lkes'plL" 



He concluded by saying. -Rom 
wy of us have the desire to plac< 
,r lives entirely in God's hand- 



: new fields: commun 









by Joana Reich and David 






















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on the steps of the administration building, look' 
Jy and dejected as a three- day-old pup. He — 
■ r. intr ' 

___ Jo mosi 

it didn't take him I 
was faotnesick. 

She talked about her home in Fiori 
little brother, and all the family pets. Evei 
she was running out of things to be homes 

Perhaps it did her some good to talk i 



it affords young people who are stepping 

ionaiist hopped 



y for themselves in the world 
It wasn't too long before his chic conversai 
up and bounced gaily off to supper looking 



.. „_e had^haif an hour before. 

In thinking about this incident, the editors have drawn 

First of alL why don't more uppetdassmen take time to 
ip and talk with some of die newer students on our campus, 
;ieat many of whom are farther away from home than they 
ve e\'er been before in their lives? Is it that we are so con- 
ned with our class preparations and our programs and our 



Maybe we have forgotti 



wn first siege of hoi 
e"5bould reminisce just a bit and c 
sider how much it would mean to some guy or gal who mis 
Mom and Dad with a purple pass! 



sho( 



breeze with them for awhile. Aftet ail, we might 
d has been just 



The second lesson the editors have 
this: How soon this work would come 
all as homesick for heaveti as we are for that little cabin 
back in the hills of Carolina, or that cottage on the Florida 
coastline! 

Homesick? Vesl Homesick for heaven! 

SK 

/^ SCmfoU ^o^imuia . , . , 

Here you are, standing slightly within the realms of a 
new academic experience. What are your goals? Have you 
set your objectives high with a dcieimination to really ac- 
quire a practical and useful knowledge? Or do you simply 
desire to "get through" by the easiest possible means and 
cram one more year behind you? Now is the time to be 
realinic and put your book knowledge to actual work. 
Now is the time to really prepare yourself socially, and cul- 
turally, as well as scholastically, for life with its complex 

Open up your mind and let SMC do something for you. 
Be alett and reap the blessings and rewards of a Christian 
education. Then, in turn, do something for SMC. Do your 
individual part to make her gfcaL 

Take a firm step this year and renew your faith and con- 
fidence in yourself and in your God. Success in college is 
your responsibility. Work, study, and pray— that's the simple 
formula. Be bold and try it. 

RW 



Mmm fmcm 





Registration, New Dean, and Radio Hams 




Annual Picnic at Harrison Bay 
Will Be First Major SA Event 

' 'gcLnOioholdlhcaniiudSMC 



snnuaHy. Don Crane. SA p 



Although the exact id. 






College Officials Are Present 
At Ground-Breaking Ceremonies 




Baasch Recovers, 
Resumes Duties 




SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Christian Living Is Prayer Week Theme 

A fter i3Yeari JMiiiisterial Association Leader Gives 

Bowen Resigns Position {students view of 'More Abundant Life' 

Davidson Elected Treasurer I ^^^l|^^^HBI ^^M students Get New 

Vision of Saviour 




Fine Arts Present' 
Faculty in Concert 



en<:ollj- known that his he3 



It wm stated by F 




SA Representatives Plan 
Coordinating Trip to Orlando 




KinEdomofGn 





i«pL"cd, "aeai 


vtsion-Oura ,s a g 


encration whid 


aTnie eviliurion o 


f life Wilhoo 


\nie penpedivc we 


carmot nuke 


■Se!:t,'2 


wise nun sud, 


pic penih." Tlie p 


o™i«:"t5'C 


your old men shiil 


dream dreams 








they only ciUfiht a 


v.5,on m ihtMr 


Spirit Challeng 


I Thinking 


"nius. Elder Anc 


enon's solution 


o the problem is. 


•to allow the 


Spirit of God to 


duUcnge ou 




Lillcngcd tbi 


bought of. Hii da] 




of life. He not only appealed to tbi 








Scriptures it 


he light of the CO 


dicions of Hi 


day. He literally ^ 


■ept.away the 



{!f, P^t' '■ C'l- H 



Now that jou arc here, how do you 
beraeen academy days and college, the aver 
the vital question: How to act mature on the college levelj 
Does life on the campus demand a dclinjce higher plani 
; chinking r 



After you graduate? No, you n 

Collegiate maturity is shown in al! phas 
life. It must be displayed scholastically in the i 
study hall. Time muse be well planned and 
promptly. Socially the student must show maturity whet 






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SCYS 


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-:—z:::~-_ -sas^Vi'TlS 








lUponcn _. 


~°""'—™'"' 


""'"'"'"■ SsS'tfXt 



Letters . . . 

SA Commended 
On Annual Picnic 




Roommates, Cor Parking, and Picnics 



Maude Jones Hall 

SophomoreS/ Showers, Shrubs 



of dawn doing my 


ftifnl 


"nr„rfcn«kri<,Ta,'d 


I'JS 


,oa ei, 


s good ni^hf lo ihac 






c hill, kno,ki»s on d 


|*s'm7'b"°fc 


nl p 


ing gicji good oight 


a'""' "'>"'■ 


.depho 


coo.crs.1,00 «hich 



s of Iho mind for 



Dr. Hope Hayton Joins SMC Staff; 
Formerly of La Sierra College 




MV Weekend Climaxed 
With Recreational Activity 




Physicists Continue Work 
On Science Research Grant 






U.H KM, Dob MtCo,d, Too, 
H'.llcn and Cvl J>niO. ippomd 
lothMiJ) ,ss«collhc;.«r,,j;./ 









Mel Ross Will Present "Headless Valley' 




npjnyio 

nde ^ 

■ginuF 


ongul Cave, 316-foo( 


niepro 


gnm will begin at 8 p.m 


ketsnu 


^bc obtained at the SMC 



12— Chap 


!, Ingathc 


ng Organs 


l3-_Annu 


Ingalhc 




14-Chflp 


1, Dr. Kon 


nedy 


16— Chap 


1, Shideni 




16 17— S^ 


C Homec 


ming Days 


17— Dean' 


Night 




19— Chap 




n TempEfan 


23~Chap 


, United 


und film 


24— Lyceu 


n, Md Ro 


1, film 



n h« purse or something. CJosl 
ookmg Sot hct sodal security card, 

Modem Ccntrapticn 

«v^Ln '™' '"''''"^ ^''> ""^ 
enough lo^dliveaThok:' bird ol 

ll*^'"" *" ^" '' *"" "''' ^""""^ 
nicked into iomc'toig and cnd^'J 






know. I don'l mind this bu 
iud; lo Ihc cubbyhole in ll 






window hollers. -Separate 



' my dishes Scon 






bflSlinm,. D,..F.O.Rit.e„l.o„se, 
Potomac University's President 

lenhouie, iu.t what 



lally, in 1956. at an Educations 



B.D. prognm, which is a Ihree-year 
program in the seminary. 

the present (imc— we are offering 
master's degrees in three fields: 



as rapidly as our resources and d^ 
mands require. 

ing? 

The physical plant of the univti. 
sily is growing very rapidly. Out 



How long have you been pre. 
ont of Potomac UnivBriity? 
Since June of 1958. The)- ai 



Inquiring Reporter 



Students Like New Accent 






SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Clark and Hunter 
Are Speakers for 
Alumni Week End 



First Annual SA Fair 
Breaks Campus Tradition 




«mE youth for atii 



"Headless Valley" 
Is Lyceum Film 

«ji So, mlS; io™,™roTsh 

[''«»fupl.i-t .oTlMmr.tas «» 



An Open Letter 

Students Help Coordinate 
Orlando Campus Activities 



ning of the eighth. Although we 
this WIS the only date whl. 



tec ite Syl... Fowler, Jud, I 
Bill Muod,. Ron Piekel. Jon I 









iwn. Jim CulpepiJEt and 




Ingathering Totals 
More Than S6,000 
For Field Day 






I Woes of the Columnist 



whik- pliying miniature golf, de 



Whiit suffered the cold haod of 
I *e other night. While they wen 
the delights of their 



ple«e note. But since sueh . «-,« 
to end Ms mnoseript and star, on 

,olut°elJ'gotgeoroow.rmM„ki'o. 

^SS Tod "'>™SIS.°"o™i 

upper. 

Enoushofthi.foollil,neis,Iia,, 
I have work to do. Just . word of 

Sndl, iMiened up. Also . wot 

"Danfortli Invites 
Grant Applicants 



■'Why Did You 
Come to SMC?" 



any other people rome 1 



jaesLon. 'Why did you a 

' ;„,™ i.,«,/«,(.; I like the high 









fflSIi-fffllCt 



ooeissofriendly.- 

C/W„SB«M-"l"forc. 

Icgcdale. Also. I am very pleast 

to my mind.- 

some's the sWeot" and sve hoi 
that each of you will help us 



COME SOUTH 



The Delfa Restaurant 



Nestell Teaches Math, 

Translates Russian Text 




c Russian language. He has had 
'o years of Russian and at present 

English. A major publishing com. 
pany hlsofferedtopubUshthe took 






Next Week: 

EUerH. M.Tippi 

Presents 

Social Educatio 

Weeh 



MEN'S CLOTHirjG 



When in Collegeilole oi 
iiast visiting SMC 
Stop ond Rest at 

The Oaks Motel 



Why Can't I 
Hear Like 
Other Kids? 



Passes, Handoffs, Touchdowns 



Press Makes New Additions 
For Safer, Faster Production 









We're on Our 

WAY. . . 



Guider Motor Co. 



YOU will find real 
S DOLLARS $ 

saved on QUALITY 
merchandise ai 
Collegedale's 

New Clothing Shop. 

Quality Clolhos make fine 
CHRISTMAS Gifti. 



ior yau by Mkhaol Souther 
All lummer rnorchandiie mu 
be jold AT COST, lo now \% tl 

RnD SU, Brlof*, and S, 
QuBlity Swaatan, -T" Shir 
and FrocVs, ai well ai Blousi 
Sioaingi and Stirtj. 

"Hattie Falcon's 
Clothing Shop" 



potted him in the open ti 



for Gaiy Randolph intercepted o 



1 fine plap and good block- 
n the second half as eich of 



TO THE... 



GULF 



CHIC FURNISHINGS 



:iimc Rd. 



3 yds. 



INDIVIDUAL 



;. It i^Ms well-played all Ihrough 



5l0Qe swept around 



Stone's Line Holdt 

Tlie first half of this Mw nc 
score as toth learas kept theit 

began, BcglcT went through the 




BIG . . . 



Naborhood Drug Store 



00% wool, nylon. vIico«. fror 
J2.75 to (5.00 per sq. yd. 



Ooltewah Barber Shop 

The Best Hair-Cuti 

Neirt to the Drugstore 



^^ 



^sTCHAt^iey SpgcdShop fNC. 



CHAnANOOGA, TENN. 



Improvements 
In Girls' Home 

tal improvements have beer 
ately foe the tesidenls of tht 

former kitchen and bakcrj 
as been converted into spa 



D utilize ali this space it was 
nd of the porch would be an ic 



SA... 



Henderson and Coleman 





FAIR! 




Store Improves, 
Business Increases 
Under Woodward 



"Joker" Will Be Presented 
During Open House Today 




eighl dap wilhMr. Madgwidc'i able time, they seemed very hnp"^ 



soumRNAcam 



Three Seniors for ^Who's Who' 



I November 16 

Denominoiion's Archaeologist Will 
I Be Feotured Guest Speoker Here 




Em-oUment Varies 
I By Conferences 

he Horida, Go.rsi..Cu 



I Former Graduate 
Receives Pastorate 

' ''■ Rc*«rt G. Pienon, a 
Madison Collece church M 



'h" ^<^t kdiB 



i ''^ne Binds on Sobbathj" ' 



Cobb, Hamilton/ and Larsen Receive 
High Honor From Students and Faculty 

Selectivity Is 
Given Emphasis 



conducts guided touj 




^Have a Heart' Is Theme of 

H. M. Tippett's Week of Courtesy 

W«Jc at SMC tOclobcr 25-JO) urj 
Tippetf. who is the aisodate boo! 



November 21 Is Date of 
New SMC Band's Concert 




1 to the over-all school pro- 



; eligible. 

WSMCFM's 



ice? in the Upsiton Delta Phi, 
. Phpid Oub. and other orgm- 

■t of Radio Station WSMC-FM. 



This editorial is not meat 
merely a word of public app 
to two young people 



lus who have been recog- 
e"'Kiog and Queen of Courtesy." 

Wilfred Reyna and Nancy Reid, in receiving this honor, 
are deserving of the praise which the distinction brings, 
for in their quiet, bumble way, they seem to embody those 
attainments which every Christian young peison on a col- 
lege campus strives lo develop. 

A theology student from Texas, Wilfred (■'Willie' to 
his friends) Reyna has entered into almost every phase of 
life here on the SMC campus and has made his contribution 

sometimes great, sometimes not — to the student body and 

its government, and to the college as a whole. Willie has at 



all t 



;vidence 



C his i 






which L 



lost of the studeni 
ho's always smiling." "Always smiling" 
; Nan's easy-going, cheerful attitude a 
: the principles of ( 



t fort 



i'enty c 



. youi 



s ago by Jesus ( 
: King and Qut 



Courtesy, we are proud, for they repre 
Christian education on our campus. 

To them we offer our sincere congratulations. 

SK 

^^u*t ^e4t . . . 

■■Whatsoever thy hand findech to do, do it with thj^ 
might. . ." Ecclesiastes 9:10. 

Here at SMC you have found a superabundance "to do." 
Scholastic, religious and extracurricular activities vie for your 
"twenty-fifth hour of the day." Sandwiched amid all this 
is an ever-present and ever- necessary work program. Do 
you encompass your work io the expenditure of "thy might" ? 
Naturally you work while you are checked in— your boss 
sees to that. But (foes your definition of tvoik include your 
very best and most efficient effort all of the time? Take ii 






ind if you find that your enthusiasm takes flight 
;s at the click of a time dock, remember that the 

s or exclusive of secondary obligations. 



^uvf 



.,% and this 
I Southern 
the "New 



SOUMM/ICCfAir 



Gordon Hyde 
Makes Report 



Letters . 



Eavesdropper 
Reports on Band 
Rehearsal 



q tjuidcly 

Rough. Man 







he door of th 
thcdiuiicbuLk 

/ SMC bind i 



they play half as well as Ihc) 

,t the tehwrsal, I'll be tickld 

pink; believe me. th<^ really sound 



SMC's Physician 
Offers Criticism 



ought dignity into 
ligtiificd" by and t 



Cafeteria Changes 
Appreciated 



irn pcfionilly ihjt SMC ii 



Student Hostess 
Wilkinson Praised 



of the October 



plea foe ptejudice to give 



new feeling of respect for 
newspaper on n 



'Disgusting' Says 
Senate Visitor 



„.B fu, 


™,l,«i b7 <h= Buiincs M^gctuponl^uBL 






P.bl„l.o«-. TKo %\-.i..\^^^o^\M^^^^V^^,, Mi.tian.ry Cair.50 


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Edilor i 


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Addoi 
buying th 




1: K^y SusJi. Dulcne Prtmon, Muiitt Eulu, Ronnie Cue, G 
hydc, K- M. KBintdy. Lindi Slilltt. SinJr, Elliott. Jim. ^ 


dbi^ 


Kli. 




^j^" :>.„„c^rs^-iwru 


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wonh, 
May G 



ortly (jAo//y 10 ihe Bos 






Til Dm-o" 1"'" '° f*' 
°1 would havo ipp/Ki'"' * 



yout paper i 
example by i> 



Campers, Crushers, Credits 



latest aggtavatJon and nen 









homc-comjng para. 



;; although, of cours 



Collegedale Cabinets, 






c«tand Whjr i, 
,od Side 



I and Budd)- 
mmcodd, 
:, Dwieht 



talked to Dwight personally ini 






pionship new week. (Bv 



Try a "DANDY" Burgor 

The Delta Restaurant 







SA Revision Committee 
Plans Now for Future 



xitially devoted to the Studc 
ere wdl alio be two assembly 



Guider Motor Co. 



Why Can't I 
Hear Like 
Other Kids? 



Jilted b, so, 
: represents gi 
, although a few 



Seminar Bands 
Are Praised 









oallj mvited t. 



the pleasaot Sabbath hoirrs spent 

, o( the places visited are 
Sle, Daisy, Leooir Gty. Jas- 
per, Spting Otj., Coaiheld, Cross- 






Whon in CollegocJole oi 
jus* visiting SMC 
Stop and Rest at 

The Oaks Motel 



Henderson and Coleman 



idcnh of SMC prefer tho 
"Ooltewahian" 



^^ 



United Fund - Red Cross Campaign 
Gets Under Way on SMC Campus 



Maude Jones Hail 



S'no Snow, No? 




Naborhood Drug Store 



irpoCng from i 

tweeds. 12 tt. 

10% wool, nylon. V 




grct Ihcir psiing. (As 
vcr species-) 
Found . . . Men! 






ises thoroughly. After 
and lold the whole tr 



order and pliytd the whok 
,ck to her. As I said befort 



from her. Upon invc: 



«n inadvertently tilling her ic 






pels (if you li 
:nderly-(they 



YOU will find r 

$ DOLLARS $ 

saved on QUALITY 

merchandise at 

Collegedale's 

New Clothing Shop. 

Quality Clothes maVe fine 

CHRISTMAS Gifts, 
he t^ll lino of men's suits, spoi 



. Como over and 



"Hattie Folcon's 
Clothing Shop" 



Bill Shores 
Picture Frames 

732 Goorglo A.e. 
PICTURES— FRAMES — PRIM 



„re) except tli.t a^d«t 
laughififi like J hyeiu." Be- 



My next-door neiiihlwrs. Judf 



buyyoarflyswaller^^t.^hewii^ 
rt^nhink'Vll'q!^'''''^''''''^"^'' 



GULF 






,CHa«its,SP.eDS(«f""' 



bmm^ with 

I. (hii is iu>« li 



Dr. Lynn Wood 






. wnlinue the operahon of 
about the physical p]anl 



«hmj. TT,., h.d . lent Jown b, 
*c big ,p,i„j; fte bo,s boiloJ th. 



eUhat. at d denomii 
yean oF admioiil 



The Fair Proves Itself To Be '■ 
Financially Successful 



.en Iboneh 









I'efj-bodj- took practically the i 





tr ~K^ 



Wilson Fellowship 
Closes Competition 



Students Visit SA 
Offices During 
Open House 

dent body wis ghen the oppor 
Immcdiatdr following the dmpcl 



5« the office which pUys host to 


riousl? considsr jt as a pcss 






















were on display. To the surprise of 


jy a faculty member. Nomina 


]oterj were presented. 




The last stop on the tour was the 






application forms. 




Southern Miuionary College ■ 




fortunite list year to have one 


According to several students, this 


her stQLor students win one of th 



There are several angles from which this situation might 
le approached, thus making it not only a ricklisb situation, 
lut also a difficult one to handle. 

No Factions, Pro or Con 
Although no factions exist either pro or con, there are 
ndividuals who have their own opinions on the matter of 
acuity members becoming members of the SA. 

Those who would favor such a change from our regular 
vay of doing things say that our faculty feels "left out" 
vhea it comes to the organization and operation of our 
Icudent Association; that they feel they are out of place if 
they ask a question or make a statement on the floor of the 
:al Assembly. 

'ersons feeling unfavorable toward placing faculty mem- 
jn the Student Association counter with the thought 
that perhaps they should feel that way to a small degree. 

The opinion of this paper, after careful consideradon, 
lat, in no way, should members of the faculty be given 
equal membership status with students in the Student As- 
Kiation of Southern Missionary College. 

The main reasons for this should be obvious. 

Re-examination of Original Aims 

First of all, the original aims of the Student Association 

ere to help students get the feel of leadership and of work- 

ig togedier toward a common goal. Taking die faculty into 

the bosom of the Association would not seem to the logical 



Lowell Smith Joins Music 
Staff as Youngest Member 




Special Editorial 



Faculty Members in the 
Student Association ? 



s of the Special Commiti 



miad to be 






Further, all student organizations, from the publications 
on down to the standing committees, already have faculty 
sponsors who counsel and advise the student leaders on mat- 
ers concerning their specific facets of interest and respon- 

TeacherXancJ His Influence 



members becoming 

member of the Student Association, would the 
faculty member have more influence over the student body 
3 any one student? Emphatically, YHS! 
«t us, for example's sake, take Teacher X. Well-liked by 
students and fellow faculty members. Teacher X has 
mg feelings on a certain issue which is before the General 
Assembly or Student Senate. It may be the election of SA of- 
ficers, or the proposal of the budget, or some other important 

Now, if Teacher X uses his classroom as a sounding 
board or soapbox on this proposal, he is bound, because of 
bis popularity, if for no other reason, to swing his students 
lus way of thinking. Is this right? 

Should Teacher X disdain to use his classroom for 
political" ramblings, he could tiirow almost as much weight 
by arguing his point on the floor of the General Assembly. 



A Word of Cautic 
understand that the ques 



or his influence is going to be so overpowering that he 
ies the vote his way, be it tight or wrong. 
Should any one person control that much student opin- 
In doing so, docs Teacher X withdraw from the stu- 
dent body its own ability to think for itself, to resolve its 
n problems? 

In conclusion, before we make any drastic changes in 
r present program, let us prayerfully investigate every pos- 
of infotmation on this particular matter and 



advance with great c 



SK 



Mote of GC 

Was Lecturer 

of Seventh-day Advcntijis \.^ 
fiucstsp^dcer recently on i,s^;= 
ern Missionary College campT 



ud traveled around the wo; 
Elder Mote alio spoke 

ag at the Collegcdilc Seveaih-dif I 



Edgraon Named to| 

Manage Laundry ■ 

!^'^'^ckrtt:;>s^f^ 

aundiy-Hehasmt^cn j^^ 
jid his firmly hve on "f , 



SOUTHERN ACCENT 



V=l. XV. N=. 6 


Coll 


gedflle, Tenneiiee. November 20, 


1959 


S2.00 Per Year 


"/^ 


Faculty Members 
Visit FLA Seniors 


SMC Band Will Prese 


nt Concert 


scniors^^arc "b^be a\ea w^rsolT^ 


f"^' ■■ \^Tii ^ - vk\ 


To Make Debut 


f!f-^-^, 


invitations to enter college in Sep- 


fil^^lfiwlff liii ^^M 


Tomorrow Night 

The Southern Missionary College 




Mrs. Morris Taylor arrived atFor- 
esl Lake last night in lime for wor- 


K!!^^mH 


fonccrl band, under the direction 
of Lyic Q. Hamel, will present its 


i^ 1 


ship in the dormitories there. Miss 


R^lBiBBi^H'flHHIIHMH 


riety of selections of light, scnai- 


l(l!^ 


men in their respective worship 3s- 




dassical and classical numbers. The 
fast-moving marches. "Ouc Direc- 




E''3i^t''°""°"°'°""°''° 


^»^^^^^^^^^^^^^| 


tor" by Bigehm- Walters will get 


Former Student 


This visit is in part an outgrowth 


'm^^b^^KK^^^^BIL 


Regiment" by R. B. Hall-Walters 


Killed in Accident 


Sdl'^cplcnTSlcEf 


fSt.!"'' ■ ■ ■ ■ ''■'"" '" "■"''' " ''" " "•■••*•'■ 


"Three Pigs Nwelty" by Guy 


t IM"i'nsi°'7 in'^^'uddtnt"" 


SLll?n rad, "iTw'tfettdow 




ScrtMdc" by Bames-Nygren, fea- 


NoLw'd.' 


.■ticuhU."bc^j. L".c.Jcm" 


College Purchases Bus 


hkl°indT5le^1wi. wm be*^' 


S'^'zHt^F^ 


Deani Spea^ 


To Use for Promotion 


joyed by the eligible: on the 
Numt^rs featuring instrumental 




Tonight Miss Orstetisan will 




solos are included in the selections. 


iljcc at 1 ladnfi meet He was 


spcik M the vespc: service it n^ 


svaa the scene of festivities Monday 


needed a bus to use foe band and 


David Rees, an academy senior, will 


hrowa f<om the »r and died of 


te Sth™ ™o" "Drahd'HT 


night, November 9, when lie SMC 


choir trips, school curings and vari 


play a comet solo ip 'Trumpeter's 
Lullaby" by Lcioy Anderson. James 








ous other promotion trips. The new 








acrjuiced 37-passcoger bus, upon its 
















Mn. L, N. Christenscn of Orlando, 


Tayloc is sehediiied for Situxday 
evening, largely duo-piano, the 


putchased from Washington Mis- 
sionary CoUege. 


Ldillt!*io"Si^d?'' '^'^ """'"^ 


Band Offer* Variety 


l:irigm ind HosplbJ. 


Eimo"^rorp'by°'Ho™iT°yiyand 


The Iwo-tone green bus, sc«n 


The bus W.-IS christened by Don 


will be brought back by the vocal 


AhiQ is a graduate of Mount 


two vocal groups by Elaine Taylor, 


to be painted the school colors of 


Crane president of the Student As 


solos "1 Want a Girl" by Tilwr- 


Pisgih Academy, diss of 1956. He 










'^^^ ''coS'd2i^Ar"«JS! 


go°toSMclFlidda"™^,t!' 


new "tira't a"o hi' a'ptb^ ai 


TeL^'es w^rinvited Tm'spec^ 


Schfflidt, baritone, and "Moonlight 
Bay" by Wenrich-Tcague, sung by 


■ears of 195G through 1959. 


toee'i"thi"p»Td"'°hi'"she 


dress system. 




Glenn Cos, baritone, accompimcd 








by the band. Aspiring young sec- 


rsS p™^raTIj"""irrcn J 


w'olshiT'sliid* J ""Snj°™ wtii; 


SMC OHicials 


Senior Class Elects 


'lliT by" ^ders^n-W^Twi'lh' 


y and happy, he wis well liked by 


*m°e S',u2l!t'J°"r4 Vint 


And GC Men 


Straight, Butler 




The funeral senicc uas con- 


nurses who will be returning to 


Confer on Plans 




Mr- Hamcl, SMC's recently ap- 


1?"^ the Fai^rdiild'FunMrH^mc 


graduation. 


The conference to discuss with 


^'^N'^ 


m<^Ul tead^er, c^'i^fn^''a f^y 


n Otliodo. His pastor, Elder L. B. 








Scott, assisted by Elders F. E. 








^"^t::;'";^-''''"'"-""" 




!;irdin"Mi'a„,,N.vember3-10. 
President C N. Bcm an usi- 


It f 1 


t'T^)ZT7f 1^1 He wlf pla7 






r ^B^ ^5*" r' 3 


enfeW crade sdiool Ld tasTn the 


Bright Eyes Eclipse Stars on 


wTt^ "S^officSs^pThidcTrJ' 


1 w\^ f '-^ 


aademy band by the lime he was in 


Night of Annual Reception 


Vice-Piesident M. V, Onipbell to 


' lite-^*KJ 


fr^m^ForesfUeAc^d^y." 


The stats were bright in the 


the too-often neglected part that 


go over the various phases of the 


^[^^ jSBuj 


Members Liriad 


tcavcns above as they looked down 


women have played in Oie making 
of history. The brave Pilgrim 


building ptograffl. 


^^pflH 


the following; Flutes; Betly Martin, 


Were the stats in ie C)'es of the 


women gave up the comforts of a 


'^"rencfmttin^'hl^in^"^" 


^^^^^ ^^ ^^^B 


L^ne Schmidt, Elaine Keslake, Jo 


'■appy ihidcnts as they entered the 


i'n^the'Ne^w World 'Amonc other 




^^^^^k ^^^^H 


Ann Schuler, Eugene Brewer, David 


csfcleria Ihe night of November 8 
attend the Women's Reception. 


*T,;y";n°,?buto'.X" 


were made for the college teachers' 




Osborne, Sara Brown, Jean Clayton, 
oboe; Gene Kendall: bassoon: low- 


The cafeteria hid become a win- 


icaii history and of the work of Ihe 


Lonia Linda August 23-29, 1960- 


The Senior Class of I960 at 




1" wonderland over night. Silvery 
inowDiJces seemed to be falling 


went to hear Tony Garaboi, from 


according to present plans, the de- 


SMC reccndy elected Bill Straight 


Smoak, Lou Denison. Anita Majion; 
enor saxophone: Virginia Schuler; 


"pon the semi-fotmally dressed stu- 


the Utuversity of Chattanooga, give 




sterial student and is in charge of 


>erg; comets: Victor Moores, Caro- 


''«">, and one could abnost 


a piano concert. Gamboa played sev- 




the Academy bo)-s' annex. 




"uginc the stars had come into the 


eral pieces including "Fantasy in D 


Maiie Herin— wiU attend. 


Other class officers elected ate 


iam McKay, Gary Fowler, Larry 
















was given the green light to forge 


frcd Rcyna, pastor; Roberta Wety. 










secretary; and Jim Lecper, treasurer. 




Jhich reflected the glittering cnndlc- 


Beauty," which not only related 








■'ehi and the blue and silver color 
^™«. Formais and bcautifo] 


d^ ''tSik *u^ tfit'^gh X^'wi^of 


is being produced again, it is ex- 


"Xre^Lnt time there are 36 


Al';re"Fo5'c"'LS^"Gil«"Bm"e 


'^ were cvery-wheni with lovely 


a young girls growing up, was 


the building wiU evenhially be met. 


members of the class on this campus 


Vofit; tuba: Miriam Bolton. Ken- 


"^E« adding a bright nole to the 
Aftert. 


As the 1959 Women's Reception 


public relations directors was held 


am pus. Til c Oriando cunpus mem- 


eth Straw. Clifford Paden; string 
David Coggin. Don Hall, Patsy 


liQ^,; "T '^"'' =" '"=" ^ '*" 


jack to the Student Lounge where 






Barnes, Barbara Taylor, Leia Jo- 


ktl wv.*"" L ***■ *^- ^- ^^'^• 


they had photograplis taken— to be 


liam H. Taylor rcprescnled SMC flt 


ic^Dcgmni g 


inn, Marcille Hall. 


(^*= a humorous reading on 


put in scrapbooks for posterity. 


this meeting. 







"pm n^Me "7^**^ 



: considering the things for 
which we should be diankful. When the editorial stafF 
was recently asked to list some of the things which they 
were thankful for. a declaration such as follows ensued. 

We are thankful for the life which we have been able 
to live, and for the things which have made it possible. 
We are thankful for die unknown reasons which have made 
it ordinary, amusing, difficult, intriguing and— yes — teal. 

We are thankful ... for a personal dislike of peanut 
butter milk shakes, the man who invented water skis, and the 
"sack look"^ow that it is almost gone ... for the Los 
Angeles Dodgers, the World Series, and that sad, sad Casey 
Stengel ... for chalkboard erasers, that hands are wash- 
able, and a new day ... for rtucks, drivers' licenses, and men 
to change flat tires ... for a Democratic Congress, 



and our family 

father's temporary 

touchy feelings ... for the 

!, daily newspapers, and Time magazine . . , 



... for homemadi 

car . . . for our mother's pet peeves, 

adversity, and 






_ machines . . .'for a little kid's grin, the way a puppy 
wiggles all over when it's happy, and a full mailbox ... for 
flat tops. leatherj-smelling shaving kits, and tooth paste 
lids — although they usually get lost ... for Sabbath school 
and church, hymn books, and the man who always says 
"amen" out loud ... for college professors, preachers who 
act human, and the spirit of Thanksgiving . . . indeed, for 
these things we are thankful, not because they are exciting, 
eanh-shaking or even unusual, but because they ha' 






SL 



SelecUct^ lauded . . . 

A word of thanks is in order to the members of the 
Student Senate and to the faculty of Southern Missionary 
College for their wise choices of worthies to become mem- 
bers of the famed "Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities" this year. 

Through your choosing only students who are worthy 
of this honor, rather than choosing the full nine allotted to 
our college, who have returned this honor to the level of 
meaning something on the campus of SMC. 

It has been the criticism of more than one at this college 
that we have not been selective enough in naming the stu- 
dents who were to receive membership in this organization; 
this criticism can no longer be made applicable — you have 



SOl/THfRAlACCfAir 




W J/4' , >^-^ ^ 



-■^-, /-/<?^| 1^"^ 



I \ '1- 



The Foreign Accent 




of the local people in r«en( 
rangdy enough, the ndu bast 



Moscow, Russia One ol 

,e most flagrant ibuics of privaM 
[id inttrnilional privacy has been 



nng spies, Mr. Langei 



only divulge information 



Government declared 



Students Can Get { 
Most' from SMC 



if complexity, but cm probiblr 



coiner of the earth, 
idly, he must realize thil 



Lnjthing out of il. This is f 
Wh<it Does Student Bring? 



get something out of it? 



portant. Reverting to the prm«B I 

he desire and will to leini, I 
must also have the ABlLnT I 

inably average IQ, b«t jlw I 






lobably 






at of WORK- 

ed, intense, physi"! "^^'^^c't 

■ "'*>'.'''.T^."'"'^^fsonwhohJilf^ ] 

^tolTnal fortitude to grt " " 
, work his waj'diroughcolicfie 

. If the student ^^''''''^X'io "^ 






Fairs, Reception and Exams 






-»1" icctpUon. All of Ihosc 
WOW! Wc Wlo« .urcl, 
Wc mil, enjoyed ii,. 

"nd'orfo/ftetop.'l'l.ue 
|io ,l,;nk iboui ill ihoio lo.el, 

-th.,ouSht»bcaied.il=..l 
rraplmo inJ hm comra Gioo 



Ooltewah Barber Shop 



ply walk aiound and gather up 






Hemumbledaeoupleoflhinjsand 
looked aaounJ disgu.tedl, .0 Ko if 

mnoceollywkenheiawme, Ireallj 



fflSlftfPICt 



Three Faculty 
Members Get 
Their Doctorates 



Jomi Taylor. 



23 Students Earn $25,000 
At Cabinet Shop This Year 



.1 of Fine and Applied Arts, 






Naborhood Drug Store 



J2.75 lo SS.OO per iq. ,i. 




ppine— and alletnales doing dif 
cnt di.ngs in that depaitment 



NEVER t... a- ci...t.„d 
Cuslom Photo Finishers 



The Delta Restaurant 



Guider Motor Co. 



tough the plant tin 
and induitty. In t 



iteet thtoogh sal, 
teky and Tenne* 






COME SOUTH 



"ARRIVAL of" 

The 'LATEST' and 
Largest Steele for 

€()risitmasi 

Sensational Savings on 
FIRST QUALITY GIFTS 

VIRGIN WOOL & ORLON 




Excitement Enhances Reception 



l,.iEl,l. hows m, I 
Promjjtij 11 6:15 
«*.,■ enough a b, , 



Why Can't I 
Hear Like 
Other Kids? 



ir pljces, wc went In and bcpu 




^^ 



CHIC FURNISHINGS 



Henderson and Coleman 



Senate Discusses 
SA Constitution 



When in Collegedale or 
just visiting SMC 
Stop and Rest at 

The Oaks Motel 



MEN'S CLOTHING 

Spce.iloins in «,£*«( SW.V, 



Collegedale Men's Wear 



SMC Scores Again with 
Publishing 'First' 









Collegedale Cabinets, 



-f,/^' 
4^% 



,T CMBRiey SpcedShop (nc. 



CHATTANOOGA, 1 






GULF 






f^-O 









iMaude Jones Hall 



JBig Event, Pipe Chorus, Whistles 



Clubs Organize and Elect 
Officers for the Year 



column who ivefc christened 
and SUoisbus Gorgj- for prac- 



■hydc. Their present phee of rcsi- 
■nce is the rear right hand corner 
of Gloria Crews' desk. 

St.dio« StL.d«nh Study 
_ Cindy Buralo, Jnhc W^-, Linda 

heif study hall to the fullest It 
ioned upstairs neighbors, as it is 



Monthly Statements Easy to Read 
If Students Know Facts Involved 



i until approximately 



Also, the receipts from the p 



go. while contempbting deeply tl 









DC-8 Jet Trip Is 
New Experience 
For Staff Member 












to publish a monthly nen-s 



0i*ucieHce 



Is the man of the fevered brow, 

As he feels in the shadows of his hean 

Conscience pricking, as with the dart. 



;, with a film of red. 

"Have I done wrong? Have I done right?" 
He clenches his fist with all his might; 
"Was it an error, a grave mistake, 
Or was I right, his life to take?" 



•■^IHf 



Pitcairn Story Is Next Lyceum (^amme^tt - - 



You know I don't like to be 


with his job. It do 




(otcytobcapuMk 




you ^u\ tondly. 




. . .to ei'ctybody. Th 







Quid expect to sec. 



Custodian Teaches Students 
But He Has No Classes 



mployees. CIcanlines: 
rms; by example w. 



; monkey do." Students !c 

: in their minds a better ippreci 
in of the values of such highe 
idirds. If such appreciation i 
ompanied by personal practice 
^custodian his pirticipMed ii 

3ut custodian is called upon b 
e advice. What he does or say 



ilucnced by the physical conditio 
of his surroundings. It requires n 
stretch of the imagination to believ 



orly venrilatcd and lighted 
ws, proper lemperaturc at 



itudcnt body and faculty, b 



Kird saying repeatedly, "Ever 



■ou know, study) in his das; 



lUddy and I sure messed » 

le fellers up North hue g£^ 
es stepped on and arc j 

rrhem unions get mr som 
They quit workin" so thej^'ll 
" raise. They lose i Iho 
in work tijin' to get : 
that;il only give -em fiftj- c 

:sption New Biperiem 

the other night. I'd neitc wi 
le of them doo-dads before, 
My girls up on all this bu 

nc 1 pick up the wrong di 

wasn't reilly sittin' across die 
' om her. 



Sports 

Flagball League Closes; 
Basketball Season Opens 



on each Sunday from 5:30 

6r30 P.M. On Wednesdays 

wiU be ro-o games. The first 

one will begin right after worship 



■r for SMC basketball, 
hat some of you will 
ind maybe even form 



in. Jerre Conerly. H"^^^'^ 

°uks Charles Ekvall, Phil ^'^ 
ictor Wu. Gary Grant and Tomisf I 



■ Schmidt and Grady Hall. 



EIroy captain. Wayne Sbgp-J^- 
aid Kelly. Ji™ Y''"'S St"'^' 



SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Collegedale, Tonnes 



IFCC Licenses WSMC-FM 



IWhrte House Delegal 



Ijohn Bottsford Will Attend 
IPresident's Youth Conference 




I Nursing Class 
To Be Capped 
I On January 22 

Frid.,, Junj,- 22, the ioph. 



'"E"; Sharon Olson, junior dass, 
whose topic will be, "What Nutsing 
I Means to Me"; BQI Tate, scniot 
11 speak on "TTie Op- 
portunities for Missionary Service"' 
and Mrs. Helen hiizeUt; R.N a 

twium, who will speak on the 
^ic, ''Satisfaction of a Rcgisteted 

jrothy Bergholt, lidward 
0^ Baihira Foster June Hart 

llSd'p"''''' *"''' ""^ 



= appin, 






Authority Given 
To Operate FM 
Radio Station 




Variety Marks Christmas 
Program by SA Talent 

ntlf Iransplanlc 



c on Saturday night. 



tlcKahonhyll 
ounds dep 

: Student 




Orphans Are Given Parties 
By Men's and Women's Clubs 



of presents b^ 



party of the Upsiion Dsit 



County Works 
On New Road 
for SMC Campus 



CoUcgedale and to ncirby Apson, 
roueh SMC's cimpus as well us 









SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EDITION 



74e SfrOtU 0^ l^^^t^ 



Anyone who enjoys good band music muse c 
this year's product is something to brag about in 
on any college campus in our division. 

Something has happened to our band chat 
has had its spirit rejuvenated by its nen' dir 
through his pleasing personaiity and widely-ranged knowl- 



eof n 









ew SMC band mad 
t which left the eti 
e certainly looking up foi 



To the members of the new SMC concert band 
conductor, Mr. Lyle Q. HameJ, the SOUTHERN ACCENT offers 
its congratulations for having a superb musical organization 

Students. ^i4lHt&ie^ted? 

To the casual visitor at some of the recent Student Asso- 
ciation General Assembly meetings in chapel, it would appi 
as though student interest in the crucial undertaking of 



Whether the reason for this lack of 
knowing what makes our SA tick is to be blamed oi 
bination of seven o'clock chapels and brain-freezing ■ 



feel 



le seems to know. But the t 
ow the officers of the Studei 
>n some of the issues evolving from the tetJic 
lair 



if students really are interested at all in what transpires after 
they so enthusiastically elect their officers. 

No one should feel himself odd in standing to his fi 

which is suggested by the committee. 

Without student participation, the Studei 
caanot, a„d ,31 not, continue ,o grow. 

T^e^ecUiua oh t959 

As you come to the end of 1959, reflea on what this year 
has meant to you. Have you had a richer and deeper Chris- 
dan enpetience? Have you done all you could to develop 
your God-given talents, or have you just tried to get by with 
as little as possible? 

Do you feel that this year has been worth living, or has 
it been as nothing to you? If you feel that you have not ac- 
complished anything this year, why not resolve to draw closet 
to God, put more time and effort into your studies, try to do 

meet in the coming new year, I960. 

As you do this, you will find that you will look forward 
to each new day, and not only will you make many new 
friends, but you will be better able to get along with yourself. 
Try it for just a few weeks, and not only will others 
but you yourself will see a difference. 

Then try it for all of I960, and at the end of the year 
you will have many happy memories; furthermore, you will 



SOUTHJEMilCCflVr 



o Kfjmger.'soullttro Acceol. C 



nu. f»,J.hd k, «,= B^b, 




'•' ■" "■• ""'•? 


.tes'.'.-i.;.-*r ""■'""•" =""•'• 


Mitc^up Ediloi 


^"^ - -, J 










'l'!L5S'"i.i^'^.,^'^ Muolfa Miller. Tohn 
Leonard Poodn, M.nu Woolief, Ron Pfdtel 
thff. Join DirfLi ^i Jean wuklos. 


IfS" ^"^ 


-^= feT. s^-isui^ 




__. D^L.^W« 




people what w 
whidi never geK 

Mhince.They 


Sarih Whitl, fa 
ome in hm v^ 


body ever heirs 


c couldn't pJt to 


scandil sheet o 




Credits fo 


Staff Wort 


op7 department - Sue Johri»«| 
nd Bonnie Nombcrs-the? ^\ 
„ and re:ldci-or single »-ota»i«*l 
^s into the maWr^o/lhep^P^I 


dlrr^wrthv'o 


'frticl««'h^^ 


Aconpleojhe 


"nJ-h.ad>^ 


the pipei. If )0 
rough-as-the-boi 
ob jist you ti) 


Tout swMSst 


and the colyum 


''"'£"« 


olyums. don t 




Sft'cll job?) 

And there's o 
the gong over a 
this gem out on 

Bi.l.nobodK<: 




outfit ire kindi 


^p*-*' 



Scholarship Group Submits Plan 



irepued by the Scholarship 



Plani Uphold Standards 


ivhercby cetlain qualified ai 


In any course of sludy there is 


able oldcc students will be 






Stre'"lt^s'i^""trth''"' '^' 


and desiring help. Siuden 


crcdiicd school maintain high scho- 


will be nominated by the th 






ihilosophy of Southern Missionicy 


dent body. 










studenls can grasp m a single pc- 


has been approved: 75^; an h 



f Closed Book Experiences' Mark 
iTeaehing of Dr. Jerome Clark 



k Gly. After gradiiadne f 












Musical Groups 
Present Varied 
Yule Concert 



Basketball Teams Matched 
For Season's League Play 




Christmas Gifts Are Unusual, 
Student Recipients Report 



/.)„,. 7-.,,/o,,-Mfli 



Pbjilh Smoat; Rare 
lumilj SlincbfitU: ] 



pupOi' 



one. Uiifortunatdr. it 




Moudd Jones Hall 


Bushnel! Discusses 
Language Barriers 




Deakins, Dalton and Dogs 


At Club Meeting 


^^^b|^% ^~'^^~~ 


Amidst the tumult md the shout 


tctminalion. At present she is be 


Dr. Oyde Bu.*neU presented a 


^^^^^Krf , jiif 


ing (Margie and the gang are in the 


lieved to be residing at the loca 


resumf of i^'hat he termed "Ian 


^^^r , v"- 


room). 1 shaU swt mpelf and at 
tempt to bring forth some more of 
this fantabulous literary endeavor 


YDCA (Young Dogs' etc.), and 
as n dear, sweet pet may contact the 


"^To^begin the program. Dr. Bush- 


l^t \ A • A 


|i^ i ^'£™" 


stray. 


French teacher for SMC, who later 
interviewed Miss Odette CutuUic, a 


^^T^^^^^fc^^^^l 


ffU — M; "°"^ ^!^ ''^^ 


strong drink may be raging, but 


gitl from France who is visiting 


^^ . '"--^^' " '"^^I^H^I^^^^^^^^^I 


-■■" Hn^!^ 


must be quite drastic; evidence of 
which may be found in the life of 


H§:S^m^z 


Kb^!!!IBB^^^H 


wa^.T^ sure 


s^^^rrrs^rnSjTHiw^^S!!^^^™ 










^^. y-'^ - «™ed" most'^of 


our dear Ann Elliott. Although she 
insists most emphatically that in 


Reporters found out later that 


Nancy Reid Loves SMC, 


Mary Ann Deafcins (the kid with 
the skirt) has just told me a very 


liFiflH^rHHi: 


the entire stunt was rigged; the girl 
ing to pretend diat she couldn't un- 


But Considers Africa Home 


good method for getting a room 


to wash down his supper with (ex- 


derstand the fellow. 


By Marilee Easter 


'Br^MKit^i 


>|tp;:;?:i,n"a"to 


Miss Marolyn Miller, Miss Judy 


Although she had no original 
inlendons of attending SMC. the 


Eii!£°TF*'^°"° 


quite filthy several times in a row. 




tceasuret of the dii. 


pus, Nancy Reid dedded that 


eaddng hfc here "la thTu W 


whereupon one receives a small 


Gay Decorations 







States, ar.d d.at it oSets many"'op- 


ess UQStraightened atmosphere for 


We have some gay little decora- 
tions newly added to our halls, and 
I'm not referring to boughs of 


industrial Arts 
& Home Ec. Clubs 


sho'S''*of''Se"victSiTin"Eit 


porhinides for travd and sight-see- 
ing. She believes diat Soudiern JCs- 
sionary College and Helderbetg 


room will be vecy thoroughly 
traightened, with a $1,13 charge 
layabk to Maude Jones Hall and 


holly, either. They consist of pre- 


Meet Jointly 


^.'g!'SI havTSJrl'^i^Srin^ 


CoUege are similar in many ways. 
rUc settings are very raudi die 


paper portraying the floor plan of 
our rcspech"\-e floors and numbers 
indicating rooms. Upon these room 
squares is occasionally placed a small 
penned dot which means "One less 


order by the president, Regina 
dent, Myrlene liles; secretary- treas- 


in Africa for twenty-one years. At 
present, they are in Bulawayo. 


same. Nan fceb that SMCs stu- 
dents are very friendly and eojojs 

to finish college and go bad to 




togram ar cipa on. 


retaty, Ramona McGirdy. 


sister have rlefinite plans to come to 


says that she also loves lo mKt nm 


A whU^ tS: Turin""one of our 


Labor vs. ManagemanJ 


varied ones. Qub mtctings have 


Soudiern Missionary College in the 
near future. 


people. "Travel," stales Nancy, "is 


not too infrequent hot water short- 


It seems that Myrlene Liles, who 


included a film about dietetics; lee- 


Nancy was tutored at home by her 


Since coming to Southern Mis- 




app-arcntly likes dob on her room. 






sionary CoUege, Nan has become 


ample of ingeouity and exceptional 
business talent. Miss Sarah Dalton, 


f^ce'^Ul^inne'^d ^'£ hdl 


Amy Bushnell, LaRue Landers, 


she then went to boarding sdiool. 


one of the superintendents of tfic 




and the odier, so she blessed the 


Ramona McCurdy and Esther Ty- 


^ear of college were acquired at 


school and has also teceived the 


:^k.'5°2h";slSoftheW° 


^Za^^rlL^roflitde^S: 


rcpair*"o1^ eied^^'eq" i'pmcnt" ^l 


Helderberg CoUcge whirii is sit- 


honor of being chosen "Courtesy 
Queen" during the Cullute Wret 


etin board, "'Hoi water in the 


This, unfortunately, did not meet 


sented by the industrial arts dub. 


Africa, near Cape Town. 




kitchenette; 10# pet kettle." I 
think Sarah is to be commended on 


with approval bj the company 
board, so Myrlene has had to with- 


A dub supper was hdd jojntly 




week-s ago. 


gcoise capitalism; no doubt the 
■roduct of a truly brilliant mind. 


t"£^rS'ro''',S? 


served the suppet In die holiday 
decorated ckssnwm. Mr. Ray Girl- 


:eep up her ^erican heritage and 


Why Can't 1 




Liies. Ltd.^ with the Specialized 


soo, guest speaker, discussed dc- 


oug s e ovcs IS count!)'. 


Hear Like 


glance into ahi!ost my room iTour 




Louse, he would without a doubt 


^oom Cleaning Program Service 


"SllSS'SlltSbd:. 


COME SOUTH 


Other Kids? 


quiet 200 or amongst a group of 
nanimate biological specimens. The 


Real Gone Hyena 


Jit XnSSS^ 'S w5 


Florida offers wide opportunity 


^-Sfe 


Hires are of the quiet, debugged, 


TLe hour is late, this typewriter 
crieth, "Out, out Hyena!", so. I 


«.do„oou,io,p.tt,J™e,. 


L. L «ZSo«. „>. 


^ 


tuffed spedes; at least, I should 
say, those creatures which belong to 
the majority of the Dormal people 


When in Collegedalo or 


n our dormitory. But not so long 


■A ^le^^'^Chrislma^lo'alT' and'to 




Malllmid, Florida 


V^s-^ 


ofi^to aare^BSoS^) olfof 


all. a good night!" 


just visiting SMC 


Ou. Ho..« + You = Hom„ 


'^^^ 


oui more (or less) esteemed sen- 








Stap and Rest at 






Ginny. Actually, she didn't possess 
Ginny; Ginny decided to claim Lucy 


Collegedale Cabinets, 
Inc. 


The Oaks Motel 


will ba available daily. 


^£ioI^r^^^nJJ'?J^^^ 


To Be ... 7 


h(..u(«h,™,.ofH[gh9»lity 


, U|,„ to. 5UC 


Try a "DANDY" Burger 


i< ^'^'^"f^^^^^S'}^ 


To clarify matters a bit, Ginny 


Labor.liirv Furnihir, 


Pkome MA4-5£3V 


Our breaUast and a la carte 


iS?'we are ddiEhtcd "'T-'^ 












•eib 10 be) the little black- 










rSrS? 


T«t^l»«E3t8.3?12 


v.. ».rt A.„.„.d.H.„. 


The Delta Restaurant 


dai^"Tt?'^« 'i'^o'"wi'^ 








^^ pcnira^litfr^J^'^^5^ 
Co™, ^iln^^ur ''If^^cS 


Shidenh of SMC prefor Hm 


Pho«OX8.B!«.T,.il.rH,n..l 


POSTE»= . SIGNS . orSPLAVS 


"OoltewohJan" 




nnPTrn nrm/ nr 


'"A^inuncnu (or «.tJ.K. =J^ 


ICi fine food and courfeoui 
Mrvico make you ftwl af home. 
Come on over and dine wiAui. 


GULF 


fukiraiLt 


cS^cr Office, ^n be wruWtd. ^"" , 


ISIi'ii^ ""'"Jg 




F. H. (Frottyl WOfilt 






VEGETABLE PLATES 


CHSlMts. 


• 


*^"' ' -■ , 


fc«*te.Antto. 


4.!Jt,.I..rflU. a.H..,.,. 




TIZ^^^^ 



Sfcunks, Sockefs and Surprises 




non ball. No kidding, he has 



I firt a httlc more skillful 

■ally hid 1 WOQdwflJ t 

S,r3m by chipping in a little 




Cemented Neighbors 
Speaking of lifting weighs (in 


Just think. Only four raoic s 










beat the higb pr« of weights 


It? All those beautiful clothes 






sacrifice sae for price.) 'His 


















present-that one special gir 








of a Omstmas tre« all lit up 


Well, that's enough for tall taik 


sparkhng, Christnm music ftotn 














Things I thought 1 would nerer 


door and saj, -rm going to 


Jack Marshall holding hands 


Meriv Christmas 


eon CoK without a duck-tail. . . 


Qg everybody gcb jasl what 




"»>■"■ ■"^""■'*»> 



William Fulton Answers 
Queries on European Trip 



More People are Eating . . . 



It would be hard to say really 




Buddy's Joy Reflects the 
Blessing of Talge Giving 

Buddy 1 
welcoming smile Street Orpt 
oobtietchcd o 




Bonny Oaks School Provides 
Excellient Home for Orphans 




Renovation Improves Looks 
Of Secretarial Department 



decorative, private office ttos buiH 
in a section of the business 
nudiine's room. Tliis now adds tc 
*e appearance of the typing room 

Individual adjustable t)-pinj 



FCC Licenses 
Radio WSMC-FM 



^l^'don M, Hyde (pre 
ition WS^^C-FM has b 






J^^« Culpepper, programs c 




Christmas Party 
Is SA Function 

(Conli^ueJ from p,g, I) 

To begin the evening, Leland 

T=t M oat i„ ■ „»ioJ p»gB. 






SleigK" Don Crook; "I Saw Mi 
' ■Toyland," Judy Fowl 









Biology Club Pays 
Visit to Gull Island 
Via New Bird Film 

:on milmg l.w" Al tttir 
«t,nj, tho, TOittd, b, m, 
; fin,. -Gkuioo-.injd 



SA Approves Revisions 



students Accept 
Nine Articles 



Captain Johnson Delighted 
By Scenic Pitcairn island 




SOUTHERN ACCENT 




Beckner Accepts Position 
As Development Director 



Wilson Announces 
Call for Pastor at 
Church Service 



I Sophomore Nurses 
I At Annual Capping 



Are Honored 
Exercises 

Dorothy Betgholt Richard Peodletoi 
Troy Daoiel Barbara Schmidi 



Chicago Scientist 
To Speak at SMC 
I In April Seminar 

»ill v,i„ SMC io April U 
Lri; being made through dir 



Collegedale's 

Nei« Pastor: 

Elder Roy B. Thurmo 



Georgia-Cumberlond's 

New President; 

Elder A. C. McKee 



""O-Cumb. Corfereni 






Luclitenbergs' 
Fine Arts Concert 
Set for Feb. 7 







Jorgen Bisch's 
'Ulu, World's End' 
Lyceum Program 

prCKlucer of doarmentarj' : ' " 
vcnhare films, Jorgen Bisr 






childrco will be charged, and jcosoo 



It's June in January at SMC — 




Third-Generation 
■sWork 
Varied 

he birdrploce of a 



Adventist'sWork 
Has Been Va 



Fire Department 
Benefit Features 
South Seas Film 



[.arunent is badly' io nec^ 



Twenty-five days ago many of us made out New Year's 
resolutions. Some were written while others, though ne\'er 
spoken aloud, were oevertheless just as definitely formed in 
our minds. They tanged ftom, "\ will make a habit of polish- 
ing my shoes every day," to, "I will endeavor by the grace of 
God CO enrich my spititual life by prayerful study of Hi 



Twenty-five days 






Why w 
could cheat ourseb 
"To thine own self bt 



been considered. Of 

they kept? We thought perhaps th; 
and get by with it. Shakespeare 



Resolutions are debts of honor to ourselves; they should 
not be neglected. These debts must be paid, because they 
make us what we are today and will be tomorrow. If you 
made a resolution, you have acquired a responsibility — carry 
it out! JF 

his everyday conversation, none of us should fe proud of 
the faa that there are students in ceaain divisions of the 
college whose grammat is almost ludictous in its abo 
form. Students preparing for careers which will require them 
to speak often and much in public should be mote con 
with trj'ing to polish up theic mother tongue alon^ 



Using proper grammar is not a sign of snobbishness; 
an outward sign of inward intelligence and a desire to ; 
id do that which is accepted as being correa. No one should 
ugh at an individual who corrects his, "It is me," to, "it 
" This is a person who is striving for petfeaion ... in o 
eas of his college education. 
It is unfortimate that this wholesale misusage appeal 
be more apparent in the curricular areas where our speal 
s are being molded than in any other department. 

ic may be true that most ministeis and teachers 
■the-way churches, it 
jicuse for using sub- 



; that they can make 
standard English grammar. There 
people who know the difference. 



as possible? 

Just because a student has his freshman c 
out of the way is no reason for him to assi 
forget all he learned (if he took time to Ic 
the first place). 



everything 



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I anything i 



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,NEXT ISSUE: The editors will discuss a new aspect 
of extra-curricular activities on the part of students 
and faculty. 



srcSi.,D."-'' 







^ jont up ,„d ,h,. 
. n. p*ilion ro „ll 



Juniors Elect 
Cliff Davis to 
Class Presidency 



m6«' 



gx CHAitiey SpgcdSmop (nc. 



Anxious To Help Students, 
Don Crane Directs SA 



„n"h,lp™o«.' 



wijn U'jira. Vire-P 






GULF 



Naborhood Drug Store 



J2.75 to $5,00 pof iq. yd. 



Collegedale Cabinets, 



CHIC FURNISHINGS 



COMING SOON - - - - 

Still Another Sign of Progress 

Watch for it in the Southern Accent I 



The Foreign Accent 


f960 


P»ge5 

'TimeTopsy-Turvy' Is 
Academy's Production 


B, s™ 5„o.^„. 


^^^■]|":;^n;"~'~'''~'i 


Looking toward i countr)' in- 


finger on the pulse of her African 


stales will hive to face several cm 


dustiially rich, JAPAN will suffer 










If FRANCE has felt (hat the rebel- 






invwted cipilal in Japincsc indus- 


lion in Algeria has been taxing in 


of the trophies. 


B^V^^»,£4llf^ ,; 


iry. No serious problems will arise 


the past, she will have to gird her- 
self up for on even higher- pressured 




icin apini in Japin, but hter yeirs 








will tell a more discouraging slor)-. 


Algeria will and must be inde- 


wages and prices skyrocketing along 


^^^^^^K^H^^Kr mm 










Nohru or. Way Out? 


that, she will go on suffering a tre- 




B^PB^ ^ 




Tr'n'^he^ces"' """'' 


Pomies 1960 


for the common people and [he 


Vatican ChangBs 
In ROME, Ihc Vatican will an- 


'^:1i^:^^7tBi 


■HMHiiliJ^SH^^ __jriBH 


i^*'S[lt great iLid'^will begTn "o 


Whil. . . . . n,, „,=,,h. cf ,h. ,„, look =n -i.h'i.l...... Old F..h=- t;«,o 


Ihe pacifiHic ideas of Wr. Nehru, 


nounce drastic changes in the opera- 
tions of Pope John XXIII's home 


LTn^o? tfJe'Snitl ^^^^ 


;it''i'£;°r!H'f^H."ri;^i*^^^^^^ 


forceful man take the field, a 


ECo"utlTC§"vou'ir' 


(Watch for Ihe name of Tliomis 
E. Dewey (o figure significantly at 


Saturday rnght, the 16lh of Jan- 1 Toramr Smith who sani; "In the 








uary, Collegedale Academy pre 




(cmpls of Chou En-lai Co make 


PROPHETICAL occurrences in 


veiJuon ^T°*^"'"^ National Con- 


sented a program in the tabcrnacl 


Mrs, Pfistcr, Ihe aademy English 


dfl'om^ India" wi"! ' b^'"^o°he! 


I960. 


ballots taken and adeadloclc formed 


a^d con^ ^"J'""'^"' ^^ ^^ 


C^^I^d'Td'^'^ "d-'^f '"iT 


Iand'"whe(c tfie^old' leadeiTmusi 


In SPAIN, Generalissimo Franco 


bettv'een the forces of Senator Lyn- 


The theme of (his program wa. 


success of the evening Karm Foiled 


make way for rf,c young. 


will generously step down as the 


K«ni'y^" ""' ^""" ^°''" 


"Time Topsy-Turvy" ; and it loo 
us from January through December 


was m charge of (he script and Joe 


IMO'i Hot Spot 




Gaining increased power and 






th^Midi E^'t a ^^ ""' ^ 


Franco's apparent generosity fool 
you, for his steadying and control- 


support, Missouri's Senator Stuait 
Symington will suddenly surge 


^Efed^^'hiPfrom'Ti/ir 


Beckner Instllutes 
Various Improvements 


ter^r""- '" "^'" """'' °''''-' 


the throne constantly. 


nominee for the Prcideo^r"" " 


Wdrawn sleigh to a glide in 


His fi^r^Ji^fnce"^ superin- 


fiilure'of'^e Mwin ^^"proicct 


The ■Old Men' of Europe 


The Winner: Ni.on 


Joe Hcdges'^d NLT^by Don 


tendent of camp meeting came in 


(this will be long after 1960, of 








New England Conference. Previous 


course) and other political mis- 








to this, he pastored two churches 


judgings. will again cause dissen- 














When the ballots arc finally 






by allowing sporadic outbursts of 




counted in the Nixon-Symington 


For January the band playec 












with the single eiception of one 






been-clccted President of the United 






Republic. Although he will succeed 


on the pond of Germany's affairs. 


And so with tongue in cheek. 


Soon along came April, and th 
familiar "April Showers" was sung 
by the Decolcttcs, a group of acad 

was heralded by a vocal solo b 


In June, 1947. Elder and Mrs. 
Beckner, Horace, and Janet moved 
10 Collegedale. At that time the 

four churches — Collegedale. Standi- 


<o his own prestige and will place 
his position in the Republic's gov- 


IPJoS^jj/tf*^^ 


Overworfced l^tkcher^ Undergo 


Ihe Collegedale 'distrirt. "" '" 


L-rnmcnt in serious jeopardy. 


such ■ tetriSc loss as to cilapnil 


Third Degree This Week 


year were held in the floorless, "ceil- 


Tic 't'"«™i'''I 


^EfCf'Hsil^"'''''' 


■- By Sue 
Teachws are undergoing the 


STey we^re to have daily become ac 


"t''ne'!;°';5fri;f'2lT'te 






third degree; they're being heckled 






frantic "independence fever'" will 


Joh.nnon Will Win 


to patience' limit Their offices are 


And they leave, some downcas 


each Sabbadi from the chapel (o the 


leaTso""' "'f^^'" "-°'* ''"' ""■'." 


While Quwn Eliiabelh II of 


"nvaded; their progress— at work. 


^t otiTeic w^ldt olheK w-iS'lhr 


the particularly trying feat of trying 


Afrin> W i^onsy^rTerioiEirthei" 


new-born son. SWEDEN'S Ineemnr 


fo^I^id'^frorn'm^l^ifim^ded 


"just-what-l-thought-rd get" satis 
faction: and the lucky, wide-ey« 


tabernacle while playing the school 








few who walk briskly, gaily if you 




The polidei will remain basically 


L°Sifii'/''jSrKr°he."/- 


b^"fLVi't-an7t^a"''nton?'Se 


jl""'„'"LBrenteii''L°''' 


circumstances rfiat did not promote 




weight boxing championship of the 




Each one could be categorized 


separated varieties of basins, nine- 


a black scal"p bcfore^togo Is^out 


world. 


fifth amendment! 


fairly accurately. There are (he 


Iccn assorted towels, and three types 


The discovetj- of oil in the Sahara 
Desert will be enough reason for 


Winter Olympici 
At the winter Olympics in Squaw 


the bar.ige. TTiey are evpecfed to 


faithfully prepa^ each day's I'essnnj 


'"■i'S. ftl .talion, h.ve 


France's keeping an even lighter 


Valley, CALIFORNIA, the United 


("Do you b.ippen lo . . .?") re- 

and auiomacicilly dispense a score 
when confronled with the S&I.OOO 


Then there are those who put 

their work. They are the ones who 
get things done and keep up pretty 


changed. As of January, 1560. the 


#) 


is not only 1/3 longer with base- 
ceiling, complete new sills, new 




Winkle knows that test week is 




porch, Jieating and public address 






lurn cramming oil just before the 




^«^ra«(„,f^J(„'%l„^ci!?«fa 


JlL^^L/: "'Hrvl^'^u' gMded" 'T^i 


^ng"^s^cntific'^nam« ^i^^L 


£" an^um-on'se'^ X^^^- 




esb.'" "Is mine graded?" "What 








did Iget?" -any-ou tell me what 


They are generally the emotionally 


the 13 j-ears Elder Beckner has been 


'^^■S-'^ S. fS^^^ti^^Q 


an A (or B or C) ?" Quesrions con- 




.S^Vd'S^iidrenSJr^: 


J-^/i^M^iM,'^^.«,i^,i^^^^ 


liffercntly; "I won't get a D (or 


«t'''or^'iKd^''lhc°'^'?didn't'1i1ive 


fabenLle"^^ h2nd■«wn"by'"^^rs'^ 


■^■^■^'"■-^'"'•^'■■^My^QfS^t^^ 


"on^ato'andonto of another 


imc-to-study" excuser; the procras- 


Beckn«, who presented it ,0 the 




they come, some boldly, some lim- 
dly. otliers nonchalantly. All expect- 


^^iMiS 


X^^^^ 


^A&,fy^,J.m,A^^»^j£i^- 


nc is available, is in praportion to 


iT^fUHir '" '■"" 


department, which he also helped 



Case Study on ^Estelle' 
Shows Plight of Students 



SA Benefit Nets 
$200 for Budgets 
Of Organizations 




God wants 






^^^d^-freed t^ Owt 'PiLdtoft 



A word is certainly in order on the withdrawal of the 
pastor of the Collegedale church. Elder Horace R. 
Beckner. It does not seem possible that after fourteen years 
of efficient administration, this man who has so sincerely 
and assiduously given of himself, his time, and his energies 
is moving on to other pastures. 

In the past fourteen years, the CoUegcdale church has 



ing offerings. 

In his businesslike way, Elder Beckner has seen the church 
through' its worst days luiancially and has stayed on and 
kept the accounts in the black. 

The Southern Accent wishes to offer Elder Beckner 
Its congratulations for a successful and efficient administra- 
uon and, on behalf of the student body of Southern Mis- 
sionary College, extends to him and his a heanfelt "God- 



Program Proceeds Will Buy 
Wheel Choir for Mrs. Dietel 



thrs. Rittenhouse, Violinist, to Give 
Concert in SMC's Fine Arts Series 

First Regular 
Concert on Jan. 31 



It SMC, will present the 



don afforded hec the oppottunity 



residing in Msldcn, Ma 
let io,£itil residenrof d 



Fine ind Applied Ails, stodyinf 



hjole, Wolfe 

n Symphony. 




letliooi taone torn the •" '""I 

The populit "'1""^^ ''l^hite"' I 
sky, rail dapUJ m^^ ^^ ^ I 

a '«P''"''''[j^^"°'^^j^°'"[liHenh^ I 
warmly 'comaotic Soi:^i'> /"' I 



SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Schneider Accepts Deanship 










present 



Nine Students Granted Admission 
To CME's Medical and Dental Scliools 



ISMC Band Visits 
IPisgah, Fletcher 



The group pecformed Friday 
night at vcspCH and ilso Sabbath 



Sophomores Elect 
Class Officers 
At First Meet 






lomss Straight, St. Petersburj 




I Paul Christiansen Will Direct 
I World-Traveled Concordians 




Line's Lyceum Celebrates 
Lincoln's 100th Anniversary 



Title of Color Film Is 
'Lincoln and the 
Lincoln Country' 



in!l.e 






nature played in 



nih^i-i-m^^^'l^ 



'Otte Man Eipeditien' 



Bill Mundy Elected 
Program Director 
ForWSMC-FM 



CME Committees 
Admit Students 
After Evaluation 






Shankel Eaplaint Method 






Parker Promoted 
To Assistant Editor 



Extra-curriculars on the Spot? 



(NOTE: With die counsel available to us in the Spirit 
of Prophecy concerning the original aims of higher educa- 
rion and its goals to teach us first from the Word of God 
and second from God's great out-of-doors; with Ellen G. 
■ ■ 3 this people that they 



from 



e study of God. His Holy Writ, and Hi 
to us, the Board of Editors of the SoU' 
s attempted to re-examine the all-over program 



^%^r^ ^€4>fr<m4dUUU4. 



Churc 



related < 



those which ; 

The first would enc< 

correspondence, and oth( 

Many people consider these 
part of their college program. 
However, as important as these 






what broad dassificarions: 
ime during the week and 
rfortoed during the Sabbath hours. 
impass admini 






d program prepararion, 

« an integral 
■ quite right. 



negle< 



Reader Suggests Way 
To Help "Estelles" 



Although week-end activities do not directly cut down 
study time, one may lose the whole purpose of a Sabbath 
just through leading out in ministerial seminar, Christ's 
Foreign Legion, the MV, Sabbath school, the church serv- 
ice, or participation in sunshine bands, MV class work, or 
others. One may easily become like Martha who "was cum- 
bered about with much serving" and likewise fail to sit at 
Jesus' feet to hear His word. The Sabbath may close 
without having been a day of 



Should, then, the Sabbath be a vast nothingness? No! 
it should be \udkmmly spiced with, these activities, 
vith plenty of time allocated for personal growth. DP 



'THuUcM B^iift<!u 



: faculty 



The people talented in music on our campus are among 

,ell as the students are called upon each week 
s in various capacities: choriscers, accompanists, solo 

butor and regul; 



The Music Bureau, 
of these activities, has ( 
of which an average of 



I file 



^ty-r 









This figure does not include the 
choir and Collegiate Chorale. The amount of time consumed 
in ptcpaiation and actual performance of these individuals 
and groups is staggering when considered individually. 



SOUmm ACCENT 




,.«■ l»m.M h Ih" 


il«.to,M;m.,o,po,'^m. 


P.lli.l,.„, H,. 


Slud.M AiiottiHoB, Sautli.m Milllon.iy Coll.go 


EAm ■ Ch-rf "*" 1. 91k. 1. 


s?ir= 


_^_M«,.„h 




Polloo. Bnice Ficaiun. 


Eieajll.e Setriuj, 


]aas Culptppa. DwiRht Hildelb^l.l^^ SAaiy Lewi 


SSSi mS' - 


~—T). L. Wa 



SMC's Southern Accent 
Reflects Campus Spirit 






ing that a special program 



much lime do these things take? What does ihe 

do for study during the one to five days he is offi 

campus on his promotional trip, or the countless nights 

ith his group writing scripts for the program, 

any number of other thin 



commercials. 
Worth it all 
all have enough S' 



scholastic standing. 



Teams Re-organize 
For New Semester 









rophy for the firsi 
by Jade Krall and LaVoy Gamer, 

irophy. 






J. Ga/n< 



"Grimw<t irm Ray 



in anempt to create an awareness of how easy it would be 
tip the scales of extra-curricular aaivities in the field 
music too far. As long as a good balance is kept in each 
field, the danger of neglert in other vital various areas a 



JF 



"PiamotiaKeU 7*4^ 






moder 



DD 



^ee>iMti<ut<U /4eti<MieA 



\ some type of physical aaivity i 
: best- One way of getting this 
:ipate in sports. 

which sports provide 



r spiritual life or of t 



Sports should definitely be a part of 

part — not a dominating factor. 



:nd college. 



work while 



i SMC 1 



been known as a school | 

ough." It hasn't changed. 

Seventh-day Advcntists believe that true education is the hat- 

of the physical, mental, and spiritual I 
powers; SMC puts that theory to work. 

During December of 1959, about 81 per cent of the 
rollment was employed at jobs ranging from sorting Straw 
op [o erecting a women's dormitory, 

^-ir's English teacher may be today's dishwasl 

year's preacher, today's cabinet builder or truck dri' 
■ ■ ~ \ may someday teach small I 



the brc 



The 
ngets to paint 



.ops f 
bigger 



■> type. 



S/4 IfuUtiiH^ 



Look for the hustlingest, bustlingest, flurryingesi sn 
aents on the campus and when you have found them, ch?"" 
ate that they are engaged in some type of 
work for the Student Association. 

This year's SA has been one of the 






beehives in years, with countless projects, all 

'tutions, working poli 
weeks of prayer. 



[ying I 



^ ^ designs, social educa- I 

,.„ ^..j.., ..„.kshops, coUege days, pcofi^ | 

ig systems, and myriad other facets of student 



While all this hustle and bustle is beneficial to the St" 
dent Assodation, to the college family as a whole, and ^^ 
the students involvetl, the question arises, "Js the Mu ^ | 
Association attempting to accomplish i 
year moves progressively onward?" .^, i 

True, the SA was originally organized in part '" _', | 
students learn to become good leaders, but is i 
accomplished when most of the wotfc is carried on 
leaed few? ("Selected" not so much because of ""^'' ^.m. 
genius at leadership, but more so because they alone a ^^ 
ing to give of their time and energy to hold do"'" 

^oflh= I 

taken on the thinly disguised cloak of "leadership t 
md literally allowed us to run away with — "" '"'"'' 
Let's not overdo our Student Associat 



Standing behind every student com 
[ricular activity is at least one facuir 
quired to spend as much {and sometime 



Pat's Positive Participation 
Pervades Pleasant Personality 



inv times so much concern is expressed about 
jrricular aaivities of the students that thai wh 
e spent by the faculty members sponsoring these 



Radiant Smile Marks 
Patricia Ann McCollum 



of college operation. Membership in the local churc 

with it, too, committee obligations. 
le central question to be considered is this: Doiis 

still have time for his SCHOLARLY pursuits? 1 
nocds, is he still a scholar? Or is he being forced 
t from the days, when he studied diligently to obta' 









achers— do they have enough time to be? SL 

his series of editorials has not been written in an at 
to do anything other than point out these vita 
I thoughts concerning our program of extracurricular aaivi 
, on this campus: 

1. The original aims and goals of true Chtistian etJ 

2. The danger of engaging in extra-curriculars in an 
E area ot combination of fields to the extent that the moc 
portant aspeas of Christian education escape us. 

3. The importance of a well-balanced "diet" of extti 
rricular activities: religious, athletic, governmental, ret 
iiional. musical, etc. 

There has been no desire to single out any specific o 
nizaiions ot departments in a deliberate attempt to cause 
essure in any undue manner. 

The sole desire of the editors is that the faculty mem- 
I bcr and the student alike wiU make a re-apptaisal of HIS 
I OWN extta-cucriculat program and then decide FOR HIM- 
I SELF whether or not HE is pushing the pendulum too far 
le side.— The Editors 




Kuhlman Works 
On Doctorate 
At University 



,';S:d,A*i 


'/ZcS- 


z 


■."rl 


Ti^,^:'S^Z 


Hli,g"^lJl'J 


":"t 


s'il 


'a" 


ctit. Nanc>- Rdd, cc 
prMldent; Nornu Gnib 


le pcrsonaiit)' du 
bith school guest 


"k'Ti'jS 


7:^ 


s 





GC ond Union Representatives 
Hold SMC Temperance Workshop 




^ gTCMARiev Sp«eD Shop Inc. 

■yM^^ ..n ,OiS„US .LVO 

^V CHATTANOOGA, TENN, 




You'll have to SEE it to Believe it ! ! ! ^ ^ .. 

SA TALENT PROGRAM 



February 27 




SAM CAMPBELL 

. . . And a Woods full of Animals 



I Maude Jones Hal 



W4. ^ l^nee. Jlitentvuf Aiuiif 




Schmidt's Varied Background Includes 
lOwn Business, U. S. Army, Hospitals 



■ ibilitics planning our dailj' foods. 



nn: Glori. Jean, ^ho i. 
,'.°X~i»soVon,o,t« 




Second Case Study 

Time Shortage Intensifies 
Student's Finance Problem 



r lour will begin at Appom; 



•/r»r,„„„„.4,« 



, 10 help hin, <on,pleie hi, 









Laundry Truck Overturns 







New Pastor in Collegedale; 
First Service Is February 20 



■lorida, Eldcc TTiurmon taught 
pent about 15 yeiri [n Florida 
linistet for fouc rem. Upon 



:r.du^ting ftom Southwestern J, 
,.r College th.s spriDg. wd Jm 



Bisch Travels 4,000 Miles 
in Filming Outer Mongolia 



Student Talent 
To Win Prizes 
At SA Program 






Jndy Falls and Sylvi 

Bud^ Coggin, and 
H. Taylor— advertisi 
— itagE direction. 



'Ud hone; f( 
brawny fighten vie to become ihcir 






trangers. With typical good fo; 



Freshmen Choose 
Krall As President 



Febmary 

16— Studunt Senate 

20— Lyceum: Francli R. Llm 

26— Chflpek SA Preferentii 

29— Chapel: Conititirtional 
Revision 

I— Student Sonato 

5— Dcan'j Night 
1 3-Sam Campbell (Dorm 

Benefit) 
14— Chapel; Open floor 

19— Collogo Temperanco 

26— Spring Vacation 

30— Shident AdmmiriralivB 

April 
2— SMC Band Concert 
S—Student Senate 
9— Rlmir Pot Pourri 

10-12— College Dayi 

16— Dean'i Night 

19— Student Senate 

22— Presentation of Propose 
Budget for SA 



SA officers 

14— Open (Not a I 



Beckner's Farewell Sermon: 
'What Mean These Stones?' 



Nursing Club 
Elects Officers 
For Semester 

lary College, has aanoui 
rtioa of officers of the 



:Qt; Phyllis Finney, s. 
>avid Fogg, treasurer. 
Plans for the club's 






ner, the first rega 



=rom Bool: of Joshua 



appeal" foi U 

_ the gospel ind'i 
llegedale family to iniljl 



PR Chairman Explains Rock Project 
At Meeting of Upsilon Delta Phi 



the Upsilon 1 

dation Pubh. 
brought to th 

lU nmde of whitewashed slone: 



nan of the Student , 







ettecs readUy visible for quiK 

^o2daS"lastV'^^^„_ 
bythe Student ^(^"eas^^ ^^ I 

"*Ted the" request of *^ 'p 






SOUTHERN ACCENT 



f~n^ 



SMC Student Talent to Vie 
for Honors Tomorrow Night 



Senled by 20 lop peff. 



K:ab?JonGepford,Tliepriot- 
prognm was sold by Buck)- 

le of staging and teheanais; 

ine Pettis. Rosalind Hen. 
siesponsiblefoctheprinled 
is. Stage decorations ate 

committee composed of 
rris Taylor, Evlyn Lindbcfg, 
rook, airles Read, Judy 



IPIans Being Made 

iFor Expansions 

|To Hackmon Hall 



Board Votes Dean's Appointment; 
SMC Extension Work Okayed 



Cpllege Subsidy 
Increased; Leave 
Given VandeVere 





SMC Student Associotion Will Be Host 
To Delegates of lOth Annual Workshop 



Campbell Booked 
For Performance 












fey, public celiliocu dirciSOf of Ihs 
- luUicrn Union, w.U spcik on pub- 
: rcbbons in So-enth^dir Advent- 
Separate Conference 






His name is Don Crane, and he is presiden 
Southern Missionary College Student Association. 
He is worried. Why? 

For several years various individuals expressed 
to have lie SA constitution revised. Very few woi 
rhar rpvUinns were necessary. Enthusiasi 

ionally waxed rather vehemently ^^^ 

■ "' e loopholes which often appeared 



On Our Weaffierfronf . , , 

with 
Terry McComb 



By the time thi 
that the long, tedious work of 

will be finished. From a technical standpi 
IS have been near perfect. But what have they 



general opi 

Examples Ciied ■ 
Last year at approximately this time there 
pie giving Bible studies from the SMC campus. The number 
was expected to increase gready as the Operation Fireside 
program became more and more accepted- Recent figures in- 
dicate that slightly above 20 per cent of that number are 
n the project. Why the slump? It is hoped that 
1 groups 




°Coll.^; 




A«L,g M,o, i. a,a 


!T*n 


Md».p EJto, 


-.:- --.- zJSl/i'S 


M.S cipS Mlo, _ ... 


■■ '^su,iiS'M!iiiS''t4;';s Jsi" 


?"" ITT — 


'"""fSfsr 




: wTiitoli'-T^S 



Telqe Hall 

Show, ^,A&e>, (^<w&itio>u 







Freshman Class President 
Has Interesting Background 



Don Clark Asks 
For Participation 
In MV Studies 

SMC5 OpcrKion FirMJdc pirtid- 
psiion his dropped from i loUl of 
85 pirncipints last year to 16 peo- 



,™t Ihtoojh the top of 
otrJrpied' by Go.«t.o, 






ball, volleyball and cross country 



,od captain of the 
"s^K°TohelpS 






City PR Director 
* ; ; Speaks at Club 



Aekerman Gets 
Leave to Pursue 

Girl,, («™.e'n» Mii for iu.i ! Groduote Study 



s not shy at all; maybe 
5moretl,an°Ehdtohelp 



Stop and Rest at 

The Oaks Motel 



The Student Association 

of 

Southern 

Missionary 

Invites You to Its 
Talent Program 
Tomorrow Night 



.-rCHamey SpieoSwop (nc. 



t^lP 



CHATTANOOGA, ' 



GULF 



"ctMh; 


"Sihle't. 


iimill, ha 


hey filler 


hat God 

nly work 

in Opera 
r,„ly sain 


fi 



NEVER h.- |''i^">_ ^;,';'T1 
Custom Photo Finishers 



CHIC FURNISHINGS 



SPORT SHIRTS 

Regular S4 & $5 

Only 52 & 52-50 

Hottie Falcon Clothing 



The Foreign Accent 



Students' Reading Improved 
By Class Offered Since 1954 



400 students Have 
Attended Classes 
Speed Increased 




Ooltewah Barber Shop 



ent, o( SMC prof,, )h, 

"Ooltewahian" 



INDIVIDUAL 



Collegedale Cabinets, 



COLLGCEDAU, TENNESSEE 




April to Bring 
Academy Seniors 

For College Days 



CENTRAL FLORIDA 






SPORT COATS 

Regular Prices $30 - $35 

Clearance Sale Only 

$15 

HatHe Falcon Clothing 



Noborhood Drug Store 



°Si!i?t'*'^" 



Ic/der A. C. McKee Speaks 
I On Past, Present, Future 



Beckner Gives 
Record Collection 
To WSMC-FM 



>^^^ , J^ 




SOUTHERN ACCENT 



^5,000 Scholarship Fund Set 
ty Widow of Ambrose Suhrie 









Top Awards Given 

^t Talent Show; 

Showboat Theme 



I Approxim^Icly Wenty 



^Bucky Co^n5, Jack Robe 
light miuic division. In 



(•n,..wii ■ 

,B.,.nwu 
dency of the IJ 

isidenf Cor 



ndiHl what IS considitrcd by min) 



VandeVere Given 
Absence Lea ve for 
Doctoral Work 




Student Senate Selects 
Executive Nominations 




Election Will Beon 
Administrative 
Day, March 30 



Sam Campbell to Present 
Program Tomorrow Night 



f Maude JonM and Talge h 



wth mind and body to 
= points out the tJFecis 



Biologists View 
Audubon Pictures 









Maude Jones Hall 



Testify? He hasn't testified for three years. People won't By /^ucc Fowler 



it docs make him feel just a lictle net 
of ail his teachers and fellow studen 

He would if people would lee him, but you see, they 
don't give him credit for heing sincere in what he does; 
they feel he must have some de«p, dark, diabolical, ulcerioi 
motive. After all, people don't testify just because they want 
to, do they? Or do they? 

Is what people say when others testify really true? "He 
just wants to impress Dr. Hammill." "Well, there go the 
theology students, trooping down to testify." "Wouldn't you 
testify, too, if you wanted to win an election?" "She may say 
that, but she certainly doesn't ace that way in the dorm. 
"Why, I've known him for four years, and he's said that 
every year." "She thinks she always 






back and cty to figure o 
testified. 

Friend of mine, it'f 



itselvt 



: try 



» stands before his 
fellow men aod tells what God has done for him. We are 
on sacred ground ... and our own feet are rather dirty. 

So this week, just for once, why not forget about ulterior 
motives (something new in the experience for most of us) 
and sit back to listen and to be glad for what is said. Pethaps 
we might find that e.>:tra "sometluog" from this week of 
prayer which we have sought for so long. 



T^<lfoU ScU6C€UiOH<U PUh4^? 



educa 



nt plans for when I finish my 
I going to go, fun I'm goinE t 
I gee done — just lee 
g to Stan living! 



get through 



. Places r 
things I'm going 
school, and I'm goi 

So I take eighteen Hours 
school, work more a week th; 
buddy, I just don't have lime"; "Say, could you see me about 

t bie rushed righe now"; "Well, I'd like 

J get through school qtiickly 




■ne-madc, chocolate- covered | 
15 to 10? bits of chocola 
-ered ants any day. And besides, 
,y pay a fortune for candy ants 
en you can get dozens of them 
merely leaving ii bit of food in 



really k 



md unprotected 
this Harms kid, sh 






Rosalind Hendren told me to. 



lile ago and was defim'tely 
83?th Operations Squadron 

lly joined the Air Force (know- 

aiast the joint advice of mineself 
d the General Conference War 



"* '"'■"■"J j^ Mothcr'W 



lormea to ran agajost the SMC | 
Conservatives. The party is ncithtt 

namely, 'Te Ole P050 P^ 
Ucarly a party for intellectuilj lod 
aristocrats, the party has alrwdf I 

is increasing by leaps and bounil I 
I am getting the tni=f«- 



VOUld SI 



ing to type my column by fiuhli^l I 
Our lack of light ougt 
some sort of i 

blinks its last. 1 

pparent in the 



f feeble biHctr I 






that later? I'd 



e life." 



Exactly what makes the training segment of my life 
something to be rushed through? Is ie eaget antidpaeion of 
some future Utopia? Yet, I have not seen tomorrow to kni 
that 1 like it better than today. May not logic conclu 
then, that if 1 am to be sure of happiness, I muse be si 
of it today? 

Happy the naan, and happy he alone. 

He who, secure witliin, can say. 
Tomorrow, do thy worst, for I have liv'd today. 
— Dryden 

DP 



SOUTHfRAfACCfAir 




Talge Hall 



Attentioo, "Desowikitty" fomm. 
Prepare yourselves for a shock. At 

onded that we fellows buy out the 


campus enjoyed recently. Don't tel. 
me you have forgotten it already. 
Bill Mundy? Why, if anybody 
should remember, it is Bill. You 

up idea of having a "Get-a-Date 
Week." and Bill up and got his 

that Bill said he really enjoyed it. 

was everybody else; at least I sensed 


thing abou 
Tramp but, 

Beauly snJ 1 

Charlie Han 
the lobby of 


the Lidy and ik 
could relinquish. (EJ 

ilaude Jones Hill H« 


H.f''ifl ^^^' -'"""^ ■*■" 


with his "special friend" everybody 
clapped as he gfacefully seated her 


BruM FiooiTian ^•. ^^,^ ^p. 

>en to be in. Seriously, just think 
of the many problems this would 

the inhabitants of Maude Jones 
Hall, and otherwise (known in the 
everyday boy vernacular as girls). I 


Glenn Anderson is to be congtat- 
right in keeping with the "Gct-a- 

I guess that leaves only one other 
ence""fr7m'la5''^e'ek, and'helb^ed 


of the ordin 

aarlie said 
get the righ 

"^rT'dt mal 


'inney one time. M«- 


ng and enlightening week our 


didn't want us to mention his name 


Well, girls, 

of "B^-h" 
■Talge Hall 
all you gills 
aarlie a pa 

girls a little 
fellas. We. t 
ways seem to 
who always^h 


'■jSdeV"*'"* 
.c couldn't help '^'' 

r ■' Neit yejr <^^ 
cm diip in ^^ ^' 

jct'thitfeAr "'"'•' 






@ 






1 1 


X, 


5^ 


1 




i ^ 




l^ft" . ^ - - . 


""""l walked in 


„„df !»"*';* 


' 1 


'fO ^u I W^Hm 


MS imm iK 


m J 


night, and th 
(Sie p 


^hU w'^f^ ■"*" 



M.,ch II, HM 




Sotdh.™ A,»,nt 




Peg. 3 


^<uttme«tt 


Academic Promotions Granted to 


Onraounlofilira nsc which 


Byltot™™ 


you've got to undergo this too. but 


Three College Faculty Members 


I cot from my last colvum ibout 


work on shakin' hands, and believe 




SMCs Board f D 


. 


p.l,.,W™, I h™ dDddtd » d,. 




Now. they is maoy things which 






.Olc Ihis-hrer colj™ » IhQ sai.c 


would-be-er becomes a ajn't-gotter. 




to thr« of the mc4brK "of "the 


iDfiacadem?cdtair^ "' '"f^th 


lopic, but from a ddicmt angli;. 


Faees and Handshabt 


here's a list of jut a couple things 


colle^ faculty. 




S.E"Ei;i;;3k 


Folks judfies you by your face 
gonni win ary single 'dt:ction iFn 


S™l^'is 


ber^'of mc"facdty^nce"l948™^ 


0/ dae college. Dc. Schneider a- 
peers to join dte facidty fot die 






pistols, sling shots, or bows ond 








:-l"hTh£,io^uvu£f'2" 








!ir L'hV ^°'^'''" '*''" ^'"'*"'"" 


"r^e"ms'^"'i^mo'l!t'''''L'^boXrfr? 


holds his doctorate from the Uni- 


Juniors Enjoyed 


Poly-)icians 


on a1^ount'^''^ey-'^e ^i^uiJMk'Tgtt 


them); other poly-ticians (none of 


""fuII ptof^t'^p in physics was 


Fun and Food 


.„'^;^tS:":r"^;'Ssf:s 


Arthuritis, or Rhumytizin. Now. 
when you ihakcs hands, don't grip 


you cvd keep your faces straight 


granted Dr. Ray Hefferlin. On the 
faculty since 1955, Dr. Hefferlin 


Saturday Night 


a„T >»"' h>" • j™c) lod.v is. 




[he^iswrjyla dSw^^I^eiTem' 


Ihe'^aiift^nTa^Lhtute'o'f^T^h' 


B, Elaine Suiiiv.™ 


HOW TO BE A POLY-TICIAN. 


R^ch wr"out°^orc the fc!kr'"et5 


barrassin' you in public, do you); 


nology. 




ydpm: Hea-rauhio'. uil.w.jsin' 
poly-tidati. you've got to hive no 


This lets everybody see that big 


bill collectors (same as pre-ceedio') 


!£HiHx!?£lix 


day mght. March ), I960, Profes- 
sor Grimdjet, Pmfessot Madgtvick, 


S1»r^«»^:"KS 


it keeps your hair in shipe and 


(they'll remember you skipped out 


lJ^»"°o S'liTrk rst,"" 


Oarfc joined us in a few eiddng 
games of volleyball. We arc still 
wondering if Lois Field didn't 


o";irl;fd''»°u:ta»nT'''' " " 


Gott Joins StaH 


rfy-mean to hi, Charlie Hann on 


Now, aflc, ,00 don't know 
pile of tloll so-! yon tan g... ptn 


fc/'offile^codd'ffi't^S''"i'h'kir.i"' 




Next School Year 


ftain") ." Ata inJi-S redly 


pklhe impression lh«,on,/„ know 


cilher got the hair^lip or scarvy. 




^^^^^^ 


awav'^with''the'Lcon— "™pf — 1 


'S::zFt:^::x.. 


Grandpap, Grandpap was a poly- 


fio°7o'"have''''|^^r-sIver"icc'!''''Inu 


• ^1 


mean glutenburget. like Professor 


10 planljn' j full loj.l of Kuckshot 


t'hclhe'wisTmnmn' flr'^nsUble 


u^^e Ihii'S'Jhre7«t,orrcVS,'.t 




'do»r'to°tap froti'ptt'inj 'canjht" 


p|||gg 


iliil^ 


'^[^jijtBti^fi 


^^^ 


P^'.'"ta"d,*o" e"oy 'thf h« 


K.op . Bi, Smil. 


Ihct' tilTh'iv.n' Ihii'hj'er'ha'i 


giT Vp" 


^^B^S^I^^^ 


bread, hot chciolate. aod' cookies 


.^rjfvLKlLlVL'^l 


auction. Well. Grandpap got toe 


Cousin Addlepate 


^l^^n^H^^^A 


tilk ' ^c ""fe^v '^n^nfng "t^nutls 


smile md keep it thjr. We,ir it In 


stopped, he'd played smacky mouth 


run for sheritT of his town eight)' 


^^^1^1 


s^jtpTs'ri^sf'.Sie 












•■y-—' :.J.ni„ns,vi, 


thjt year with the hydm-phoby. 


won. Jist thiok, eigbty.fouf times' 






,.. <h... I- .. ,■,::; XVhaes-e, 


Public Rtjlationi Man 


He finally won, though. 'Course 






^r;;;;;:t;Lk:^:^^_": 


Coliegedole Cobinets. 


Besides makin" people think you're 


hire you a public relations man. 


colony which had been abandoned 




Inc. 


a E™d feller, you kin daim thet 










you're the town idjit. ifn tfiing. go 










wrong iftcr you're in office. 


™^i5~™*f^ 


thing. Cousin Addlcpatc finally J'J 


at Southern Missionary College. 


,.,'Cr.?d"s';ii„ 




Naborhood Drug Store 


.in-.n.*,..lly''linepoly.tici.nh„ 


it most and gits folks to a-thinkin' 


1 cant thir^ of but ^||^^^^^^^ 


L» HJgS-.y al Ai.port Rd. 




eve, m.vde it bein' hnne.i and sin- 

'pk'J:i'"„'.S':hird'r; 




b^olhefthet's''t,lr'probll"' "'' 


ti;T^sir"3."''' 


'"•""■•■"■"" 


ajtee with each other 0, them- 
selves. Now, naWtal. you fiot to 


Ooltewah Barber Shop 


twocds, 12 ft. width. 


RDnonbcr . . . 


have cvttybody khind von .0 the 










;;™i.";!,u-::'™':h.r'',i;'"Ti,'' 


-,.?ai.;;5^p"y.^™ 


Open 5 days 7 a.m.-6 p.m. 


'""°S'"" 


'"Y^EiSr"" 


£':'if'H'™-H"?!?^ 


KENIOB^SHOE^HOSm.L 


INDIVIDUAL 


SEEING is BELIEVING 




:i:',';:,:"i:;.K::',.,.:,.4 


Hair Styling 
by 


Sirt, lo Seven), Dollar Men's Salts 




I f.'."u. "*".';■'. v,'..';;;!;"'' 


L ""wgh-"'!' ^Alifp!rt"d. 


NOW ONLY S25.00 to S29.50 






^^ CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 


Sp«lnlW^.q^ b^Hdr Styltog 


!!l - S2S 


■ '''"^'"nv'f t.^!.,. ^^^^^^ 


COST CLEARANCE — Winter Tilings 
Hottie Falcon's — Apison Pike — Coliegedole 


'foMtovuw 'JU^f "DitwUton^ Sme^ 


Erupting from their woodland retreats, 


SAM CAMPBELL'S 


\.OMab\s Animals Will Perform in the Tabernaele-Audiforium 


Time: 8:00 P.M. Admission: Adults. 50(^: Children, 25^ 




Warriors Top Basketball League 


Summer Classes 
Are Announced 


Men Try to Buy 

'Desowikitty' 


February 24 - 7:30 - Girnet's, Fcbmicy 24--9:00~Th<: i«ond 


with 10 poinli paved the way for 


Dr K M Kenned director of 


fCo„im,^.J from p.,y_, :) 




gatne of the evening saw BeslE>-i 








over the league leading wwriors 




SKond ^semester ro.nd. hnal score: 


d,e following coursc-s will be of- 


tg^iZ why'he wo'a7d Ling fh" 


.t,a,Bh< vi«ori« by thcit op- 


handling by Jack KuU. who put in 




fered this summct; 


(0 study hall. {I thought maybe h. 












h^lSr ^7''ini*''untifl ate^She 


^TVi cnmbinalion^'of ' ^gtj 


S n L^ct'^er 19 


u^,ior'"'&h»r''''or^ni^\iS' 


study hall,) I decided I h^d bontr 


^rh quirler. The nitnmg point of 


and Wood, Tommy Beglcy led the 




Teaching of Reading Methods S 


ask him just /or curio^itis siU 


o'^'Tdpp'tl'oa^l.eaMnT^e^bjt 


points followed by Wood and 


Befiley 6 Randolph 


M,ilcri,i;i in Elcmeiilary School. 


fhaTpiclr.iS .trf.i'h 'h,m 


racing down the court, juraping up 
and dropping the bail through the 


Kcele w.th 10 pomts each. 


Stone ^ ^ 


Tcachfn'gVhi.l!c.d^Lt-iiont'Ele" 




WARRIORS, From then on .1 was 


Crouson 6 Terrell 1 


■rop%.<i„n A,,,ag. 


Camp,nf;i.H.i.,ng, Directed Teach- 


Heres still another a)f.os,t> 


for thE watriofs wert Silver ^ 


Kran"*' !S Ekvall 8 






desk durmg (he afternoon, 1 jl«.i. 




"'"'"'" '"^ Sir'' 10 




bf arranged). Appieci.ilion of Mu- 


manage to get a phone tall from .i 












followed by Lonberg with U. The 


— 


Neslell 1 1 8 


Naiute Study and Consen'ation 


cause her accent slipped onf diy 1 


final score: the EAGLES 57— 


Totals 54 6i 


Wood 10,5 


Field Biology, Specttoscopy, Pro- 


Anyhow, she always asks lo iptak 


WARRIORS -15, 




Te.vn Sia-dhig II" i. 


phetic Gifts. Teachings of Jesus, 


to Uonard Ponder, Leonard, I 






Ray-s Warriors S 1 










Gamer's Eagles 4 -1 


History and Institutions, Hislot)' of 








Bcgley's Falcons 2 4 


the South, Early American Back- 


either; other fellows arc beginmn.i; 






Krall i Hawks 5 




c^c°"o me'the o'lhcTnifiht^'lnd^ 


WatJ^"" 'fi Bl"T ^ 








Randolph Tranum 


the game. Wood led the way for 


^^^^^^H|HH^^^^^^^^^^^^^| 




Total. ;; . ^ 


Gamer with 19 points and Opps 


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Cowitu^ S<K>*lf 


THAT SPECIAL EVENT! 


COLLEGE DAYS! 


/i^ w-w 






Senate Selects 
pA Candidates 

f Jickionville, Horidi. Ron no^ 
Y^es his home in Jackionvillc. H 



of the oodidatM foe sk 
HJ ouioc, migh'tcp of J 



5 been public lelit 



|on College fo, one jeir. 



ine4 a degree in business ad- 

« hiving fulfilled the temi'itemriJts 
'or pte-mcd. 



Rees Releases 
Promotional Plans 
For Field Work 



hitiy-Tennessee Conf 






Elder Don Ooofc; Kentucky-Ten- 






Sophomore Class 
Conducts Party 
In Spalding Hall 



Choir Mokes 
Trip to Knoxville 



Mrs. Rittenhouse Is Finalist 
For Town Hall Concert 










'Jt(MiiM€itive "HoHiett^e 



By John Chbistbnsbn, Ph,D. 



'Twas the Htind- 
Not a Freeman w 
The Rainwater Leach{&i) from the Silver Spin 



The Wery Lamb{s) were Nestell(ed) all s 

With visions of exai " ' „ 

The Dean in her Garrison settled down from the Chai 

Put her Cardona dtesser, and her glasses in a Case. 

When out in the KeW J he " " 

I jumped fr 

Now, Re«7/j 

The Horn c „ „ 

Appeared to come from the Woods and Sharpe ridges. 

When what to my Noble Hart should I Gamer 

~ a Love and Hunger that I 
' Harms that could Beck 

'ould Uaieh just for Sp ^ „ , 

rapid than Peck(&) from a Weaver Boyd's beak 

The radio Ham'(s) signals let Ljice like a Greek 

Now Leeper, Now Tucker. Now Star. 



As I Ponder (ed) the Lohr of this Ciinmngham so odd 
From out of the West Port I saw Hernoud. 
the window ZHl with many Falls she flew 
■ - ■ ■ ■■ - >ps oaxoo 

■aKeele 
IV of Steele 

She Cratie'(ci) her neck and set out for a Cruz 
With the Roberson (or Seay who she'll C/j«(2).) 
She took Hasty steps toward the Lawless Fox 
With an .4;fee m her Temples she Nea/ (cd) on the rocks 
She was about to Parriih this Wiik Young thing 
When he reached out bis hand like a Pelley King. 



t Deakins or the Friersofi. 
He'd Betancourt her Fii//(T e'er the WJ/i was Dumt. 
But now that the Marshall was Kcrae on his trail 
Without Kissinger he fled Straight t 



scratches 

"would be" Groom who had ceased to Wn 
^as all Hemme{d) in and he couldn't go through. 



The poor Richman fell off the Dyk 



Down among the Reed{s) forever he sleeps. 

But the Little Brown maid who was left so Greene 

(Never Inman was such Dewne Goodness seen) 

"Oh, Baasch! and Vje did he Stanaway.'" 

To Frje Oxbergers he had promised to Daj' 

And her anger arose as the Black Smoak rises higher 

"I'll Slauter him soon as he reaches the fire" 

Early came the decision, "I won't Stanford!" 

■'I'll sue the old Crook for all the PiUswortir 

And I'll Shotfalter what it means to Servoss 

I'll Clower his name and I'U kick up a fuss 

I will Dunham again till it's all Dunagin." 

And she Grubb{QA) for words to Weldon his kin. 

And I heard her exclaim "I'll take another Genton. 

We'll Vogt to Tranitm to run DeVasbcr 

Then never again comes to mind the old masher." 

You never could Guess the end of this story 
Foe Tomes couldn't hold it, to Read it you'd be sorry. 
Great Numbers of Nichols, it's Pnre if you Arnett 
Yet if you had it, I'm sure you would bum it. 



Hammill Challenges Students 


^ :::;;™_i^_ll4, 

Mexico City College to Publish 


To Have ^The Questing Spirit' 


Dr. Bushnell's Dissertation 

Dr. C. G. Bushnell's doctoral dis- 1 Highland Academy. She is pbnnin 


GC Educator Has 


^^^^^^^1' 'h^^^^^^^^HH 


licalion by Mexico City College. 


to speno the summer in htaico. 
Ifie Communications Arts Div 


Prayer Week 


^^^^^I^H' 'I^^IH^^^^^^I 


Dr. Cosio Villegas, considered bj 


sion announced that Walter Cnn 
dall, cdLlor of the Ymh's /«,,„ 


lUchiiJ L. Hmmill. m assoclM 


^^^^R^^B'' ^^Knl^^^^^^l 


published. A Spanish volume, it is 


lor, will hold a Wr iters Confeieno 
on Uie SMC campus aen fall, Thj 


secretary' of the Department of Edu 


^^^^H^B' '^^^bI^^H^^H 


to appear somebme In the fall of 


will be held in conjunction wii 


citioti of the Gcneml Conference 


^^^■^^K^^Ki 'IH^V^^^^^^^^^H 




the coUege English department 


is conducting the spring Week o 
Religious Emphasis, March "i-12. 


B^gB ^m^K^H 


offered to buy several hundred 


Olive Westphal, from South 


His topics include "Can We 


^^L fl^K "^^l^^^l 


America.''^ '" 


cording to Dr. Bushnell, she h: 


Build a Bndge from Athens to 


^^^K' S^^^^B '^.^^ui^^^^^^^^l 


lEIder Gordon M. Hyde, head of 




Jenasalem?- -Doe, . Good Ctois- 


^^H^i^BC^^riEl^^^^^^l 


now'arMidlisS"sbK''u^v^enitJ' 


up Tn'&uth'' W in'wh"' ^'^ 


youEv„BLIa°Bet,Irler-me 
Great Divorce/' ''A Soldier Known 


HK^[^T^^^^H 


tion in Washington, D. C. this 


Dr. Hope Hayton will return le 


to Put Away His Wife?" "Sub- 


I^B^a^^^lJB^^^^B 


*cIfol,rLut'ha, received a call 


La Sierra new year. Mis, Evl, 
Lmdberg will be teaching sumiM 


standard D't.hwashing." -Jack 


HHi^^Hfll^^^HH^HHII^^^^^^^Iil 


to teach English and Spanish at 


^ool here. It was also annooncR 


Grealcsl Blessing,- and "Who 


kind, forgiving, and humble. It is a 


Xrif^€zi:^ 


Thurmon Preaches 


in^the communications division nc 


Dr. Hammill h.. enKtled his de- 


world-'"'"' ""'* ^°^'^ °^ *" 


'How an_ 1 make prayer mori 


On 'Rock of Ages' 


^Ir. Madgwick will be taf:ing ad 


votiond week -IT,. Questing 
Spirit." 


™°' Main Problem of Youth 


syhcn interviewed. "TTiis is a ques- 


At First Service 


English during Si'I'Lu^er momb 




Wh k d "Wh - 


tinn that most need to ask and are 


Speaking on "Christ, the Kock 


Unit^ sTatcs*^ remaned that ih 


Chrislianitv in Focus 


problem of youth today?" Dr. 


sG'!:rw:S^£E°£E 


of Ages," Elder Roy B. Thurmon, 
newly-appointed pastor of the Col- 
egedale Seventh ■ day Advcntist 


ing numerous scholarships to \u, 




















that possibililies should be Ii-.J.lJ 


the tme picture. They look at the 


full commitment to God, they will 








httlc nunutia durtes— whether dicy 


somehow miss out on the things 


Hammill Vijih Collages 


■'Spiritual satisfaction," said Eld- 


man major. 








er Thurmon, "and strength come 




aod don-fs'of fringe matters. But 


SL^wn^hSLdaStot^wiLbe 


visiting all our colleges, talking 


*Tlf Jwai^i'ls '^rLalem ta 


Freshmen Hove 


ss.-;t?r£t"y 


to do day by day the things God 


^£^'H7tTJ"ng°t™l.^:. 


men can exercise spiritual strength 


Games and Film 


ments are love for God, love for 
neighbors- it ii being merciful. 


of people in this country of what 


seas appointment in May to Central 




For Class Party 






£Lght o'clock Saturday nigh 


Wide, Varied Woric Maries 


Scavenger Hunt 


hat man's spiritual refreshing flows 


found the members of the freshmin 
class (and a number of straggltn 


Service of Seminar Groups 


Provides Fun 
At Senior Party 


from Christ, the living rock by 
taLoed. 


■rom the other classes) strejming 


That automobile you Zrd'o!,'. 


gregations to' which they minister. 


There was fun, food and exdCe- 


of^Sst'"""'"*"' d'""* "'^^^''^f 


>orne,°da^'"pa^m'r,'"whD'L?d 


ing up at sbc-thirty last Sabbath 








each couple a ticket i\ith dulpiaK 


r^L"",oT'.o'fm? dtS 


department, qualified faculty mem- 


the senior class party. About 7:30 


nreservedly to Him. 


numbers on each end. TTie iingl. 
girls received only half a ticket— 


church monr than" one"hu.ldied 


ducted by student preachers. Kind- 


of the cafeteria; then they divided 


they*'h^vr'L-n^''ablf "to go^'av"^ 


for future reference, Sony to sif. 


















Jiey have been revived by the living 




load including a ministerial student 


Efforfi Appreciated 


been on a scavenger hunt, well, you 


water," he said. "It is through 


gan, played beautiful 'dituiEr" 


and Ws wile. He has spent all h 


Are the efforts of these students 


have missed half your life. It's more 


Christ and Him crucified that man 




spare dme during the last week 


appreciated.' Almost invariahly we 


fun than a barrel of monkeys. 


:an have the hope of a life beyond 


elly rolls, peanut butter barii and 


prepadng the sermon that he ,i 


hear good reports of their Sabbith 








preach at the eleven o'clock hmir. 


ministry. Recently I stepped from 










a church after hearing a student 




Calvary today ace saved. 




dent poring over a Sabbadi school 


jreach. A hand was laid on my 


with the most items got a prize. 


"The peace that passeth under- 


Whe po th p es d ) 


quarterly as he puts the finishing 
touches to preparation of a lesson 


^g JTecIared'the 1^1 e£ 


dignildTenToK dn^u^ to h^uS 


tanding can t>c had by drinking 
eeply of the living water that 


tomei'k A^'hT"* r 




I heartily agreed. He stepped closer 


and asking for baby foolers and 


ows freely from the rock of 


ioned a d ght 1 1 


' '"""Mi^'retnT' 


and whispered: "We aU wish he 


cockroaches 


Jirist 


cS ^if I '^) 


Beside him its 




the h^C thr"'5°eHl'd'"d" d 


on was presented by the Collegiate 


lim th pp tu ty f p 


hopes to graduate from the sceretar- 


Benefit Nets $500 
ForMrs.Dietel 

was held February 6 for Mrs. Dictel 


enjo>ed hot chocolate and dough 


f Dr Morris Taylor 


belle "r ght t f th h 

east he numbc )■« ) ) ^ 


peal that will thrdl the waiting cou- 
home economics major, completes 


I^^^^HH 


ouples too! p b> 1 ), •" 


Miniver in Three Sfales 
suS°pa»i=,^*'ch Zm In"';.' 


for the dcclric wheel chair recently 


iS^^BHiW 


*o'o'r" a^'d 1 * " 


three students, left SMC to minister 




Wml ^^ » "mMm^y^W 


..i°p"nB 


for aieir lord in three states: Genr- 


ver>- happy and grateful to the peo- 




Sefd-^rcrrgiuTr^ 


ple of Collegcdale for this gift of 


■bHBbw __rJiB>9K/ js^^t' 


D Bush II Id 1 P * 


si^tytotwohundred'^-fnlrs 


sisled mostly of faculty Ulent wL 
well attended; and many who could 


■DK/^lSpBI^B 


lass in fes g 8 tj; 
oSJosMons''."'He°a"o°li'j'o«j; 


And this IS a two-way operation, 
mese dedicated young people ase 


iSSiiSHf 


^^^HflHHi^^H 


r™;'p«idpSg."'"'^|^^ 


fining invaluable eitjericnce in 


i"^y^ A'srce h« iceM aS'C 


^^^^I^^H^I^^^V ^^^^1 


Valt Disney entitled, "^|^'||i"^„„^* 


fe°,bg T hi,™g "pi" tJ7 c™: 


SdLXrt'e'wIhtlTh*!!;:' 


™i;; -■„■ ;.S:'..if .;; t.',;.t 


.,.,p..v.h..,U.d.,cMho| 


ccompanicd by popcorn. 



SOUTHERN ACCENT 



WC TO HOST 350 SENIOrI 




Bottsford to Leave March 27 
For White House Conference 



ts and the State of Ten- 



|plinarr approai 



VTS Sponsors Orations; 
loss Clark Is Winner 

lAleohol Is Subject 
■Of Four Orations 



Visitors Expected 
To Be on Campus 
For Two-Day Meet 



Upon their arrival, they m 



College Band to Play April 2; 
Yearly Award to Be Given 



: SMC Conceit Band imdcr tl 

rium at eight o'clock. Ttc pr 
of the Lyceum and Social Program 






Boys' Choir Gives Concert 
At Third Fine Arts Series 




EJitoriali 



is Student leaders calling on 
) be talented in only one fi 
our duty, in the developm 



■ the purposes of our system 



it may become a useful tool. We do not advocate 
oneself so thin as not to be able to function p 
area, but neither do we recommend the neglect of £ 
of potential. Without exercise the potential w 
atrophied— wasted — emaciated. God has not inves 
any more abiUty than it is possible for us to l 
not wasteful. "Higher than the highest human tl 
reach is God's ideal for His diildren." 



^iMe Stud^ ^€UU4€d 



It study, but 



:udying 

The excuse is often made, "I just don't have time." But 
all of us usually find time to do what we want to do most. 

We are a "nation of ptocrastinators"; we put off study- 
ing until the night before the tesq everything can slide by 
until the time comes for it to be done. It seems this is what 
is happening in our Bible study. What is most disturbing i: 
that there will be no chance for a last-minute study of oui 
Bible before the time of trouble has come upon us. The church 
cannot long stand, unless we put forth the effort to study c 
Bible, and the best place to start is in the Sabbath school, 
BR 

09U€4^ V<i^ t^u€^4. ^mAited 

The members of the Student Association and the facui 
of Southern Missionary College extend to each of you, t 
seniors of the academies and high schools of the Southe 



SoutlMm Accent 



lAews Notes 



M«ch_l3^„y| 



i, you a 






n life. 



our personal accomplishment. 
While you are on our campus, we will endeavor to give 
u an insight into the purposes, objeaives, and opportunities 
be found on the campus of Southern Missionary College, 
ight realize the vast oppoi 



challenges of a' Chrisi 



t educa 



L Chri; 



iuch an education be foum 

You will also have ample opportunity through the varied 
activities planned to gain new acquaintances and renew 
former friendships. All in all, we, the students of Souihetn 
Missionary College, look to this occasion as being one of the 
highlights of out school year. 

Come along! Get a taste of life on the campus of Southetn 
Missionaty College! 



SOUTHERN ACCENT 





M.„h 23. \m 




Southern Accent 




Page 3 


M.ude Jones Hall 


^^Hl^^^^^^^^H 


Columnist Bewails Occupation 


^^H^^^H 




-;«j-;--*-j- 


d%"\:::j:z-v^l 


^^H^B|^^^HH 


hiiviful, disgrjceful, despicable. 


sisting of wild leaping and 
whooping. 


ed5fi?f SaTml^NoTStft^ 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 


l..m"u^, Jgnoblc, scindalous, dc- 

-'..fihlL', unmentionable, opptobi- 

. _. ous, outrjgrous, 


thoughtlessness, she went to bed and 


A, Philo repaired to the from of 


^H|^4 ^^H 


^^^^'.j Ddious.dishonot- 


forgot to take out her false teeth. 

leelh gone, apparently swallowed. 
A Uiorough search of the room re- 


ITely l!ave^*l^'%"u°te ^ ^odd 


^p^^>^^| 


V^/' jHSTiS 


vealed them nowhere, and poor 
Shirley had visions of being eaten 


de Bergerae's Baell 


!;:S:;,h.:.i.;df;,v^sJF "'"''""■*• ' ""' ■'" "• 


N: ,» . "1 heard of. What 


atcly' nothing so drastic "happened 


most advantageous angle, achiei'ed 




t,X-iI -mat's k-'ils'^'^nu^ 


s;^l_^£;_i^j 


by leaning against the large trash 
nther strange, by virtue of the 


Air Force Officer Graduating 


script his to be in three days citly. 
Bushwhacked! 


speaking of Charlie Hann, Bruce, 


very tightly. It is a point to be con- 
jectured upon as to whether this 


From Physics Department 


Since our union only allows so 


yes. I would say he minages to get 


was lo keep it from freezing (as she 


By Donna Dunham 










column;, and this secnu to be a 






George J. Bogovich, Lt. Col, "" ' " - ■ ■ - 




necessary extra (also read -evil"). 


Ann Cunningham could bear a little 


noses when leaning over garbage 


USAF (ret.), is a senior pbj-sics 






light Oft this, but I stiall not say 








long, hnt that tight. Bruce, huh? 


more, although more smid be said 
(not about Ann, though, I'm sure!) 
We have thought seriously about 


Sitting Cow 
J. F?Hs presented an qdd picture 


since September, 1958. 


Japanese Weather Service. Bogovich 
also represented the Japanese at the 


'■ '"!' ^J^ i{"'t cUt You 


the purchase of blinders, and since 


in her long flannel nightgown — I 


tina.^George firs't'siw°the''light''of 


Delhi. India, 


..n'le" men always get into moic 


bought out by Upsilon Delhi Phi, 


dressed— this last was just a mea- 


day, oc rather, night. He was ed- 




■M.in ivc demure and innocent little 


maybe they would like to supply 


sure against getting cold. Then we 


ucated in the public school system 


Education tlie Hard Way 














funds. 








.■i!.-ruicr of catastrophe fairly regu- 




■Kis dancing wildly uound in dr- 






hrlv— and 1 shall proceed. 


The Qiilei Irishman 






went lo college in the daytime, and 


Poor old Joan Mdnljrc finally 


It has been suggested that some 


it — and now you ate acquainted 


member for one and one-half years 


Also, he got one year of College 






with John Philip Bach Sitting Bull 


Air Force Service 




tmc the statement which I made in 


but so far Harriet Stamper hasn't 


O'Brien, the great. 


After ser.ing in the Mcdiw 


by correspondence. When he fin- 


a former number of this ei'ec-lovin' 


found anybody who will do it with 


There are several girls at our 


Corps, he joined the Army Air 


ishes in May. he plans to go on 


llitk- ,[ript (or non-desctipt) about 


her. She says she'd like to have 


house here who take an interesting 


Qirps, whiiii IS now the Air force 


and take graduate work ^"_ ^" 


■ I' .liinriLtnr)' being dangerous. As 
li.- ".^iravorjFng up the stairs, one 


only for moral support. 


EL°?!fDs?^l3'a 


;*d™J°™afdi.S™;^ 


hTp;r,oaS;rhi:vz»."' ' 


'nBlSyiiBcf^S^'^i' 


fo^"ed ^'Li .^r'" Sj'lTo^'rtn 


E5!6^''f'lti?!°u^'1ii 


in the Meterologial Scr^■lcc, two 


Family Statirllca 


^7q!.€Zm!niilf'''""'''' 


dfer^u^r'iu'i[e'Lt«V"''Yo^tl '» 


pl^^'if o".ller^'u"r"nnq£S?n 


helping to make atom bombs, and 


s.Vrf°6hio'*l'd'F"ha,?E 




quiet— how do you ever get along?' 


the body system, I offered to help 






Re-Bush»hacbd! 


acijuainted with Sylvia, who is some- 


stration tree. "No." she said. "I 
need one to hang spaghetti on." 


Liaison Officer 


senior here at Collegedale Academy; 


V JLh'!I; pas°m o'^n doTr'^th^'^r 


full name: John Philip Bach Sitting 




Bogovich visited many places in 


W *"s'p!dding''"EL^en'tary ^School; 


:r[;j^!i'ir2l 


Bull O'Brien. This appendage ob- 
viously demands an exphnation. 


odd sihiJtions (that's a joke, but 


twent)--three different bases, and 


Springs, Florida, who attended 
Soulhem Missionaty College some 


^ii'illiKtflcc 1 quickly put a dioplet 
■i-r the scene of my aifiiction. <I 


A while ago Sylvia came leaping 


it fits in with the story) but this 


England and North Africa in 


''Z '^^-^ Bo ovich and his wife 


l-|]L'vc the suggested remedy is a 
^-niewhat different material, but not 


joyfully into the room, explaining 
that she had directed the academy 


She finally got it tlitough my some- 


to Japan for three years; and in 
19S6. he went to Okmawa for two 


joined the Seventh-day Adventist 




o^^cr* ^7.' "'r'^^eior,'"' we 


wanted her spaghetlree for a center 


^ "In^'Se^ mXty'^llr^'ice' for 


co."^ a result oHme Bib'^. «"<ii^ 


you cm. It happened, and I didn't 


=^?„^.s,r 


ghetti. 


::.TziTA:;l:^yt9fr' 


iZ.tzX^'"'' 


"'^E3n'""° '""""'' 


Naborhood Drug Store 


CHIC FURNISHINGS 


effort to find a newsworthy item for 


A few diys blec, Sylvia was hwrd 


ever hope to be. I owe'to my co- 
hort Jolcna Q. Taylor (By spedal 


Xioxzy^2%'rcrs2' 


6847 L« Htflhwov 


IS column, I asked Joanne Reich 
h H h ^y'hing funny that 


ing a few thousand) in most soitow- 


tcqucst of Jolena Q. Taylor ) 


Dmsi _ Counctks — Founttiln 
Viiit tho -F-i.Bdly Drug Slo,." 


Tl„fi„...,„f...1.M.,. 


tli<'LighT«Lw« wt^egX, Jie 


of nrassilTmost mpSe a thonle. 




Carpeting from mill, solids. 


HOME -' SCHOOL 


iii'-TUioned the posiibihty of predpi- 
mriC fir "^ '""'"""" ""^^ 


another great musician, Johann 


Step and Rest ot 


^^^^°§j^-°°J£py'^^^ 


' S.t. — Clsitd 


^.red to push me oK'bTtlister'' 
Some people surely have morbid 


Bach. ™ added. 


The Oaks Motel 


OXB-24SI 


Suit. —1 p.m. ■ 6 p.m. 


Knscs of humor; although, come 


"■"'°",'c"f^""""' 






l"d idea "at '^I ""^'" "°' ^ ^ 






Whie ' ■ 


• L.dl..-Par,.. RBp.l-.d^ ^,^^^ 


""" "*'*'^"' 


Collegedale Cabinets, 


Ph,>« OX B-SI42 • Tr.il.f fi.-UI 


^^s-jyvit™;;!;^!^,,,. 


: Sr''^EH"v.S"'' 




rne. 


GULF 


and tribal rites'^h^r estc " ^'"""^ 




"Wle, Shirley Gunter, observes 


*;'° SOUTHERN INSURJNCE AGEHCr -;° 










cisors (0 protnide in a horrible 


BOAT COLLEGEDALe" . TENN. ">" 


"'""""'■"" 


"""■"■""'■ "■"'■■■" 



P.5.4 




SouHMfi. Accent 




*^'-^ !!, 1» 


> ^ .^^^^^ :' fffiiaB 


Campbell Lives 
On Wisconsin 
Forest Island 

By P^UL RICHARDS 


Students to Operate ColJegT 
During Administrative Day 


I^^^^U^^ - '7^ jj^H 


Sam Campbell, known as the phi- 
seka, Illinois, and from the time of 


charge of the regular VC'ednesdi 


peiinon wilt lie txtn-ccn BiUff 
Kopitjke and Ronald Wit,„, ^„ 

...ing Will ,1,0 decide 7t,rS 

Et'tlie n™"c"°r'^°''""" *'" 

Don Ciane, SA president, sjij 


B^«zz":B 


yeaxs traveled Wisconsin, fighting 
for the protection of "his" animals. 

North Ametica and many foreign 
couDtiies. Today they tot^ over 


by student teachers previously ap 
pointed by class teachers. 

Of the"colle^*; Dick Toler.^SA 'v,ce 
Hall', SA treasurer, college business 


pose o^te'stideuiSi" 
day is to accjuaim shitjcnts with '^ 


West's Responsibilities Are 
Great In Number and Variety 


i"Me"t''th*e"rranseI°e'n"mS,T 

Coleman Exhibit 
In Green Room 


B,- a.. 


(he mimengtaphing and duplicating 
nwi of nearly S500 monthly. 


In 1941. he began his career as 
his first book, How; Inky? He now 

Although it seldom uses its spray 


lege registrar; Dick Larsen, Soulb 

treasurer; David Hamilton, South 

sistant treasurer of the college.Al 

dents appointed by those in charge 
The election of the Student Asso- 

B^ce Freemfn and JuL'^Ga'rner 


her"" a"d" w^^'^^r " '^'^"""S 

Mrs, Coleman, the wife of jt. 
totney Charles Coleman of Oiitla- 

George Cress at the Univemh- rf 
Today IS the l.iM Jav h.r >...:, 






*s\d"itl'"'ih^ 'T '.'", 'o, 


Miirk. Whilt hf was publishing sec- 


skunk cannot spray while being 




l?:itrS'3"""^ 


— - --. — 


s kept m his office as J public 




land are otphans found by Sam and 
Giny Campbell on the mainland. 

until they are strong enough to be 


%^^___,_^ 


Ti^arTw nndom'lw hoasinc'''"' 


should "avoid a debt as a plague.' 


Never is an animal fully dependent 
help to survive. Among the animals 

Not long ago, ^^^. Campbell 
spent six weeks in Australia guid- 
ing a group of 126 people and giv- 


. .-D--...^ . ^ r* 


Plans with Students 


Imc '.";'.■.,;.■ • • •'••' "• ""' '•■ "- '"■'" ■•"•■"• 




Sports 

Ray's Warriors Leading 
SMC Basketball League 


Being in chiigc of the purdiis- 
ng department, Mr. West blip sup- 

Itms uitful 10 Iht colLp.'" '" 


fcction. A good motto fo( shidents 
the way but once.' Thjs has been 


to writing and less to lecturing and 

afl tt^^^'lt^^M^ *"'" 
UOO feet of film. Thus, through the 


tut and exciting end. TTie Eagles 

Team ShiiJiiiss 11" L 
K., Wanior. 7 1 
Gamer Eiglei 4 1 
Elcslei- ral.on, 2 6 


for the Hawks. Wood pU)cd ja 
as he racked 9 field goals for IS 

rc. FT. tts. 


"Ooltewohian" 


CENTRAL FLORIDA 

A home on a laJ:e with a large 


^^^^^^~™ 


•-4sk-- 


X'ople are able to sec the natural 


joint lead in the first quarter as a 


Krall 7 5 [J 

re, rr. pB 

Wood 11 f 1^ 
Tecreuioo eomoii.tce ch.i.»»; 

te"L°ro; srlp-a""<""j 

volleybill" leagoe ''^J^^^^t 


INDIVIDUAL 

H-ir styling 
hy 


^lii^i^ir 


""'%lls^""- 


Ooltewah Barber Shop 

The Bert H.ir-Cat, 

Eipert Flat-Tops 

Nc«t to the Orugsforo 

Open 5 days 7 a.m.-b p.m. 


,,|^ y ^s^ CH««^tey SpccdShop fNc. 

V* CHATTANOOGA, TENN, 


Custom Photo Finisher 
COLLEGEDALE. TENN. 


12 Exposures 

Developisd & PrIntetJ 

SIXTY CENTS 











IBMSSfSm With Elder Roy B. Thurmon, 
Pastor, Collegedale Church 



Young Nurses Are Needed; 
For Hard Work, Low Pay 



Elder Thurmon, what coUege did 



What did you do after gradua- 
I was prindpil of a snuli gram- 
only tau^t for one year, although 



in iho Adventirt fruH.7 






with the Church of Christ? 

I was btou^t up from d 
hood in the Church of Chiist 



of the Waters Avenue Oimdi of 
quointed wHh Seventh-doy Ad 



bout two feet high. My wife ai 
leid Chew books, and after a tii 



Then hov did you come into the 



Dr three yeois, the Little Ri 

EJder Thurnion. have you I 
<uch to do with church constr 



c building a new 
iiat the Lord had 




\s I thought of what might dc 



Fowler Reports 
Steady Progress 
On SMC Yearbook 






; Ju^ita' K ■■ *'' 

Joyce Grimr 
M Calpcppec 

Spirci, typist 



snapshot editor; Ju; 
matcup cdilnr; Joyce Urimm, laj 
s Calpcppec, phc 
. Spires, typist; Mi! 
iviyn Undbcrg, sponsor; D. I 




oniiy CoUege, She cofflei from ^ 
(ceptjondiy poor home, where the 












SASSC Officials 
Will Visit Campus 
During Next Year 



iiooU and Colleges will 
the campus of Southi 
7 College sometime duti 






id prepare i 



is chairman of the study group, 
made up of the foUowing 
Miss Alfredi Costerisw, D 
Christenscn, Mr. Ralph Davidson, 



.indberg 



H. Taylor 



rally ReiponiiWe 



n v. ;,= (,r,-A with the pie5>u«> 
^K^iZ (hat iXs shean fiflJ 
eno'^h money to insure PJ'^'^! 



SOUmRN ACCENT 



[ollege Days Begin Sunday 
^s Academy Seniors Arrive 



inual College Days began y 



liven a spedil folder designed by 









Julius Garner Takes SA Presidency; 

Kopitzke, Hall and Culpepper Win 

Remaining Administrative Positions 

4 * * '^'■:a f ^ Elected March 30; 
n^B f ; Jj: ' |1 Remainder Picked 
^^ "~" ^ ~~ On April 4 and 5 




poem read by Diane Ludlam eo- 
spc«ii by Otville Swamct, -Why 



(J« f„i, S, C./. 2) 




' New College Flag Chosen; 
I Kopitzke Given $25 Prize 



eight aceordine to iheit order ol 
Fmm ttleae eiebt die Pceiidcnf! 



Crane Announces Plans 
For Tenth SA Workshop 



Kcntly announced Studen 



lie relations 



■tight, former pr«U 
DelogatDi E>pee 



Special emphasis will be plac 






of its objectives and ii 



Editor Resigns 
4ccenf Position 
After Four Years 

Stanley Showalter, juniot English 



op position on the piper lisl 



before James Gilpeppers succp to 



{5« pag^ 5. O/, I) 



College Days on the Southern Missionary College 

ing the beginning of an era for some and ihe end of one 

Undoubtedly many seniors wbo will graduate from here 
on May 22 remember the day when they first legistcted for 
the. SMC College Days. For some of them it was four years 
ago; for oth» 



t has been a real pleasure being here. 
For others it hasn't. They are the ones who didn't realize 
in the beginning that college life entails hard study, diligent 



However, a large percentage of college students never re- 
Strange as it may seem, it isn't because they lack intelli- 
gence — it is usually because they lack the ability to use the 
mental power they possess. Intelligence usually is somewhat 
limited without a reasonable amount of judgment to guide 



in the midst of CoUege Days of I960. 
her "generation"Df students will be gradu- 
ating. As high school or academy seniors, it is wondered what 
the present visitors on our campus are going to accomplish 
during the next four years. Four years fi 



In four years a 



It behooves every prospective SMCite to di 
what he is looking for out of college life. If he 
and hilarity, he will find it. If he wants Christian a 
he wUl find it. Ii 
ation, or anyThin^ 

The little, though pow 
many dehnitioDS. The most important one lies in one's 
hands — it's up to him to adapt it properly. 

S 



L Chrisdaq education should be : 



mponant 



) the 



up-coming medical donor. 
Many people will admit the value of the Seventh-day 
Adventist educational system for the small child or the high 
school aged teener. However, as soon as the college education 
is mentioned immediately this value so carefully trained in 
youth becomes nil. 



;very side, how much mon 
would a growmg adult out on his own for the first timi 

Plants need moisture, birds need air to stretch fortl 
their wings, fish need water — Christians need Christ in 
eluded in their educational life. 



SOUTHfRAfflCCfAIT 





Hevis Notes 






Letters . 






nenl. Beginning biic rate 
icr month plus shift, week 
loliday diffetcntEal piy. 



a not depend solely on 






of the '"niitd Ca« 






enough as I leaned pre^l'l 
the railing on third Booi, I. 

you to open up" kncwt 



ly and Larry would actuallf d 






id fiddle to another gi 

■ell, Judy, that i, hei 

(sure i. a pretty nam). 



Myrna Rogers, Betty J 



^cSn'^a'tn'oTtJeto-*'! 
n," eke »™ld have the«sl« J I 
aibitituttagcardboatJ "JPIIJIJ; | 



sink the knife into lliee^e,^_ 
*°ba°t-rm™''/n"j^f^' 1 

a.St'd'o'fT.'.^fw'j'j; 
fourth page; '^'?J|^hjli, P"' '' 

'tn:::L.ho.^.w«jr^ | 



«r ■ '"" 


Souttwm AcMfif 


P.,e3 


SMC Introduces Sousa Award; |HP^^^^Hf|^| 


Bond Presented 
For Second Time 


Schmidt Receives First Pin ^^^^^^^F^H 


Tiiis Scliool Year 


ccntly introduced an annual musical 
nward by presenting; on Apti! 2 


^Eir^ii ^yi^^^R^ 


Sanitday night, Aptil 2, at the 


the Jokn Philip Scusa A.'ird. 


Hllgi^i ^^H^Sufl 


He concert was opened b, a spe- 


Bakery Has Been 


cial theme song arranged by Pro- 


Here Since 1957 


and thus pLnte the band Intetests. H^^^R^H^^BMII^^^^V 


■x°Tr''d°r'ft"""°°°**° 


King's Bjtcr)'. operjled b)- the 

cgedalc in October of 1957. Since 
lit time it hii given emploj-ment 


Then P.Hs MK^SS^^^^^^^B^^^^tM 


s.,lJb,!'utellf,l,°d?ton'i'e°fo1 



nin, jn shipping : 
An addition of in ait-coi 






esident of the music c 
stagtf fiunagcr. lib 
«ident of the b:ind. 



■ a band of his own at Maple 



Students' Research Paper 
Appears in Science Journal 






spectroscopj- teseatch pro 



Experimentation ]m| 



yHieh-exdta. 
•a KelatLvc fit-vatues of Titaniun- 
■ the article appears in a journal 

ice this type of experiraeniatior 
considered to be in the rapidlj 



More People are Eating . . . 




'^'^^*!!^f!!f!''r!l'''*!t'''c!'^!!''''''^''''^''^ 

The Battle Creek Food Company/ Battle Creek, Mich. 






ployment or apply lor entrance int 



Ooltewah Barber Shop 

bpert Fi-t-Tops 



CENTRAL FLORIDA 






of SMC a former studen 



plaque was ptesenl 



art of the pto- 
N. Re« pce- 



e gift was presented by 



CHIC FURNISHINGS 



Custom Photo Finishers 
COLLEGEDALE, TENN. 



Sfiftmf 'i¥a^ Sfinmtf — ^^ ^w^ 



hing can happen in C 



fo,ni.,. bM 


everythinf: tin happen 


„™?1 


le majorit)- of people 


Sf 


Wl 


SH 


not (oo long ago. one 
employee of the dean 







Students Operate Co//ege 
Hwing Administration Day 





Cobb Reports Progression 
On WSMC-FM Future Plans 




Jis 


never 


specially enjop 
the English depa 
loo busy to stop ai 


h7p. 




^Ifh^^Kp 




^it 


'Ans» is a, , 



Mrs. Dietel Thanks Friends 
Who Made Benefit Possible 








British Scientists 
Build Telescope 
For Rocket Shot 



Students Like >llmost Everything 
From "Dorm Life' to Classes 

ByJuOVFowi.n 



lebig'fmaytacnoicofthDChr,, 
i„ an,.,phere. 

mosphere and congenial people 

phere of ihe quest for Lntellccnu 






P',^ ? ^' ^''>''' '^^'f^l^'^M 



International Relations Club Visits 


aking. __ 

A. W. Spalding 
Tumblers Present 


stiucted of cylindrical rairren, ir- 
ranged to look out in a Tan" onlj 
a fraction of a degree wide. 


Williamsburg, Jamestown, Washington 


In order to accurately csabliiJi 


By Dr. Jerome Oabk 
The International Rcbtioru Club, of the Senate md to the Vice- 1 Next cime the Ailington Nition- 


April 23 Program 


r'''^^i;i''?ntrH ir^> i^' 




President's private office. 


1 Cemetery and the Lee mansion. 


The Saturday night program of 


(er"^" light raj-s fiom the tiBM 


Divisioft, conducted i hijtoty field 


Unfortimately, ihc Senate wm 


Respite Pat Mathers' pitiful wails to 


April 25 will be presented by a 


and so allows a bearing lo be Bxri 


trip to Williamsburg, Jamestown 






tumbling team composed of boys 




and Waahinglon, D. C, during the 


:ins graciously autographed the 




and gitb from the Arthur W. 










Spalding school 


Signals Amplified 


■n.!°^'^e^'J Hd'YT'cS 


utographed copy of the latest Con- 


iLk'IclJ^^thrPote'ii' l^ie''^e 


The program will indude a vari- 
ety of rolls, pyramids and balances 


So that all these signill "^ 


left the campus on Wednesday 




effetson Memorial, the last spot for 


Truman Partish and Myma Rogcm 


for clear reception. \ix miuiihoi- 


afternoon, Ma/ch 23. and arrived 




that day on our tour. 


have organiied and trained the team 


siwd transistor amplifiers— one f* 
each photo-amplifier - ^^^ 


in Williamsbutg in the early hours 


Court Building where the sponsor 


Climbing the Swiss Alps 


as a class project. Several college 


the Mount Veinm^lZor Lodge. 


widi Associate Justice Hugo BlacI:. 


The next day was Sibfaath so the 


men and spotters. Also to be fci 


fitted. TTiese wil ^^^^[^. 


a brand-new large, colonial-type 






tured is a trampolene act by Lanier 








Sabbath school and church where 






"" Ci-.ema«epo Production 


n'Sgd^"Fn'day'^nfrrenrJs" 


Elder Leslie Haidinge give the ad- 
dress. Saturday evening most of 


According to Mr. J, B. Cooper 

this program will be unit^ue as a 


TTie telescope is exF*^ rote I" 






the group watched the Walt Disney 


team tomposed of grade schoo 




guided lour of Williamsbuic was 


The group wis finally reas- 


35 mm color film, "Third Man on 






begun with the film -Williandmrg, 




the Mountain," a depictation of 


tured at SMC's annua! tumbling 


will give precise pwibomng 


The Story of a Patrio," a dnema- 


Archives where the original offidaj 


mountain dimln'ng in the Swiss 


team program. 


within one degree. _____^ 


c££ngsh::;n*^;::rofrn! 


Bill of Rights, Treat)- of Paris, 


On Sunday morning, after every- 


I^^H~ ^H^^^H' ^^^H 










Jamestown with its beautiful n™ 






1 H '&mi~ \ S 


criiibits, specially prepared for the 






1 i B ' ' '" MB— 1 i 


}50di anniversary celebration of 


Spiltei for Monument DMcent 


through the White Publications of 




S'-^e^g STove^t^Wis'h 


n«!^lnT"Df"S^''tf>nrilt"r 


Spi^bg Wur.'^''''"^ '""'^ '" *" 


iinL »wH»Biaufiaa 


ington and found our way to the 


of the group had to walk down. 


ington Missionary College took us 


i^BJSggMBiWiBcrBK 


J 


dormitories at Washington Mis 


I T- -^ ar \ ; ". ., „ -v^^■ T» -,. ■" 


1 


sionary College. 




on a detailed tout of Washington 


-<-c":-cY"Jr''c"l^ ■'■■r. I 


. 


The following morning brigh 


made a round trip and looked 


Missionary College, Washington 


■ 


and early, we went down to th 




Sanitarium and Hospital, and th 




city of Washington and commenced 
our itinerary at the Optiol build 


Beverly Drcher in spiked heels 


Academy we headed back for Col 


\M^ W'i ^^- 




liffo'thfSK'S'iiS'wr 


impressive. Several students felt i 


legedalc, briefly stopping off a 
Shenandoah Valley Academy i 


••" ll .. Tii * -. 




We^wCto.k'iironw'me^M 


whole trip. 


New Market, Virginia, on the wa 
back. 


)c.„.,.d.,.A..d..,....or. 


„..,i.K.,d «.«...>■'■ ■'■■-■ 





SOUWERN /\CCEm 



■1 


n^HiiH 


Awards Given 
14 Pen League 


Graduation Rituals to Include 


■J 


1 HH 1 H 


Writers Here 


Fifty-Six Senior Class Members 


m 


wp!wis9 


awards in the freshmin cotnpoiilion 


H^^ 


Sunday Will See 
Group Receiving 


m 


^n^fli 


fi«hman composition sludenLi in 


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College Diplomas 

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lege- They were presented to die 
f.icadty at the aonoal faculty-senior 


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Dr C N. Rees. SMC president. 


fwenty Resolutions Passed 


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iy Tenth Annual Workshop 


Carol Groom, Jean Schmidt and 




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Dr. C. E Wcniger. dean of the 


S'olkthop^hc delentes pjsied'20 


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Bettye Kayc Strickler. 


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Seventh-day Adventisc theologia 


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jublish J tri-wcekly piptr on nocld 


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Straight. Other officers are Bill Tate 
vice-president; Roberta Wery, sccrc 


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S^'honoc^t im-ntior^'^usable 


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tar>-; Jim leepet. treasurer: and 
Wilfred Reyni, pastor. 






manuscripts. 


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The seniors are as follows: 




WHEREAS, there seenu to be a 
discrepanq* in the awirding of is- 


Ten colleges participated in the 


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rJcimT.'ttd" '°"'"'"* ''°" "" 


olbcers, it is 


mTrfSa"' o'u? oMte'tou'l°i;f 


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Roger Kjiig 


Public Rclallont Socfbn 


REStDLVED. to n.eommcod that 


30 ats-atds given. SMC students svon 


^^^^JTv^^^^^!!? Business Administration 


WHEREAS. n,.n, ,».J„» f«l 






.l,„.,si..d^.„e'c«»u„,„i.. 


jTWle equitable distribution of as- 




jim Leeper 


RESOLVED, 10 tecommend thil 


WHEREAS, the extracutricijlat 


Wright Speaks at Vespers; 


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Retired from 


SMC in 1955 


"tE'cunTngbam 












Officials Begin 


RESOLVED, to teeommeod that 


Sn°Wood H*! Cha''T '" "" 


K'u do muthTn «rei!?for to 


Mathematics 


Ground Breaking 


n.InT''tbe°admi.I°uat,oroTfc 


'Elder Wtighl was'on. of the 


fellow men. He cited the Biblical 


PhiJi/""' 


For New Addition 


SllSat'ra™ be ''la'eiS'oo' the 


featuied guest speakers at the Tenth 


L^i*^He'I!id°^ch men'in^our '^y 


Geotge Bogovich 


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permaoeot ttaoscetpt aod the plaee- 
meot folder and be n.ade readil) 


[t »as uodec Elder Wrighfs ad- 


S;s3H'tS 


^Shlddin 


ins'il^'iild'c'X'ntr 


Platemeot Sere-ice 


dent assoeiatioiis in Seventh-day Ad- 




Chuc^'dT alle 




Y..,bo.l SeCion 


Southem Missionat>- College, under 


^"fIh""w ■ h A ■■! h h«n 


AmfS'tand 


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hive a j-«tbook working polic)', 


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iHJSEE'lEc^ 


Wilfred R'eyua 

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colS'es""' 


fe'iL"rti~t;°''.ha°°'aiL''t" 


Annual Unveiled 
To Student Body 


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''"Hc^^si'id AU men fail, but no 




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lirti;'nj'','''th'','i,ui'a,',is["*i* 


siomary Cullege student body for 


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S"te"a'dmo"ffi.n"fta,"Pu''nj 


die regular chapel servioe held then 






people should follotv today. 




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During Elder Wright's adminis- 


wid. the Srsl yearbook as the re- 


£:3v~^ 


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fi'Hn'Sfj-dS'S 


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r^'ordtrsi^'iB *^oS"td- 


whl* i!^0 pTgtJ'more'Ih.r iSt 


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md wha°e with a' mXn"a'it*"e' 


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ran "r 'lidu "ti'c™'°s!'ork""Eldct 


Umar Phillips is die associate 




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tographert and Dick larsen, busi 



News Notes 



l^iUi^^adlH^ <z«d ^emt^tacif. 



jally comribuce S12 each toward i 



chapel-held general ; 



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According co many who seem co know, it is true that 
a minor catastrophe might evolve if all publications on this 
campus were given the opportunity to solicit advertising 
with no limits. To the average Chattanooga businessman, 
Collegedale, Southern MUsionary College and CoUegedale 
Academy are all the same. If contaaed by three or four dif- 
[ organizations from this campus for advertising, or 



■■Budget chapel" the central complaints were not whether 
it was riohc or wrong to eive CA S500 to keep it from 
stealing our advertisers The main fault found was the denial 
of the student right to democratically slow the proceedings 
enough to find out "what^s going on." 

The faas maj' as well be faced that the Student Associa- 
tion has run an overall deficit for two years in a row. For 
this reason if no other, students should be given the tune 
and chance to find out just where funds are going and why. 

Suave parliamentary procedure has fooled a -lot of 
people a lot of the time. This time it didn't appear to fool 
many of the people any of the time. 

In short, the sentiment is as one student remarked, 
■'Come on, y'all, don'r you know ihat^s my money you re 
playin' choochoo with?" 



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Recently, the SMC campus was in a general uproar b( 
use a certain well-known faculty member jokmgly advised 
;o do away widi those benches if they have to be chopped 
own with a small hatchet," 

It is a well-known fact, so everyone has been told, that 
irtain undesirable familiarities have been occurring on the 
enches placed on our campus. So there you are. 

While everyone was being terribly upset over the pms- 
ects of losing the traditional concrete benches, a folder 
antaining a decision made by President's Council last fall 
mply to move the benches into some less secluded spots 






word f 



After several outstanding harangues on the subj 
which accomplished nothing, a certain word was finally 
put into use hy another well-known faculty member. The 



mmmtaim 












On Speciei- «tW Sfrecimctt 



o help him. 


lihinglon, D. C 
physics major a 


one 


On Apri 


sl°:D""c,»k 


p*' 


.rnigh?™ 


ccrl at Little C 
Mahcl Wood ac 


om 


TOEp'TltjL 


Keonetly was 


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Letters . . 



iilly when there might 
rlher discussion if tin 

;e an SA assembly dv< 







3 Cdpeppef jj^ij 1,^,^ Qjig Ftidiy nigl 






All Hitched Up 



suddenly a hand r 
lind Steve and del 



Elliolt brothers (i! 
Marvin) might d 






buLms'onhe night .n«ct^J' 
lower I bebcie \ w" ^'"^'^^ 



S.S^ ^€Utde fom^'^^imtt 



jjonts in .1 comfocwble deck chair. 
BJ15 [Old Fashioned Golden type. 



Dignified? 
mory) some misg 



Im.hc'sJn'BydrmI 
|h)-s.al plant.- 






' Upon picparinp to journcv loth. 


















iuppl}-. Rcmen)bcr, only Sl.OO pel 



Workshop Held 

(C J I f J 




Master Guides Camp Out 
For Week End at Canyon 






Personality Sketch 

Weeks Graduated 
From LSC in 194i 



Personality Sketch 



McKee, Aldrich Reelected seraty in Charge :;„;;;,,,, 
To Conference Positions *^^s*!;!"!^"!" . -" - »- 










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Dr. Chinn Has Taught Here 
For Four School Years 



Poll Is Taken Among Senators 
On Benefits of Their Duties 



Professors Asked 
To Participate on 
Exam Committees 



Congratulations to the Senior Class — 19i0 

Watkins Memorial Hospital 

Ellijoy, Georgia 



Nursing and pre-med students who may 
be interested in corresponding with flie 



D. A. Higgins, Administrator 
Watkins Memorial Hospital 



SOUTHERN mSURtNGE AGENCY 

COLLEGEDALE ■ TENN. 









iwhsrelwn be of service 1. 
Jian ever before lire im 



GULF 



CHIC FURNISHINGS 




Watt to Be Here 
Next School Year 
As Math Teacher 



Attention 
MPAites! 

Be Sure to Attend 

the First 

Mt. PIsgah Academy 

Alumni Meeting 

May 22 



Seniors Perform 
At Music Recital 



,1 on Apnl <'J'^f^^ 
arE™.nl«n1p"l 



Custom Photo Finishers 
COLLEGEDALE, TENN. 



12 Exposures 

Develop.-) S P""" 

SIXTY CENTS 



{Hanson Presents Students 
[With Future Teacher Pins 

^jbbalh, April 9. Elder H. i 



I Chorale Tours 
■Southern States 
■On Annual Trip 









i various gmpcl hymn 






.. I R. Sittalilt. Mfrrl. W 
.. Stanl.^' D, Brown, Clyde 









56 Graduate 

lCo,,„m„J l„ t.g,,) 




W. A. Anderson Presents 
Audubon Society Program 



GtaduationSpeakei 



Weniger Is Dean 
Of SDA Seminary 



ta Kappa and the Phi Kapp; 



veuty-eight voi. 



Phyaic 



K. H. Wood Lived 
In Orient IS Years 



see the thrivinij dtj- of Rod 
nber most vividly die meado'n 



Physics Given 
New $3,200 Grant 



SA Budget Passed 
During Meeting 
Held by Officers 



budgcl by James Culpepper. SA 
for discussion by. Dick Toler. 

$500 Grant 
A slaremeot from die floor ejues. 






a cylindhcal . 






tshelhoujjhllheptocec 
■poor PR.'' 









Morgan Here to Help Start 
SMC's Self-Evaluation Study 




(he hobby clubs were or^ 



Ecsedy and Mercer Join 
Talent for Benefit Concert 



mnual U.p 



mlV, 



The biology club invited f 

National Foresltj- Department, 
jpcali to their members. They a 

Workinglon Trip 






sedy befan smJy.ng prano at the 

Kennedy Remarks 
On Particulars 
Of Summer School 

K. M. Kennedy, diretto, 



,dy rton a schol. 



.■ Student Association 



-ieulum Development and P>y- 

the summer school are available 
a Dr. K. M. Kennedy, director 



Students Attend 
Physics Meeting 

Fnur SMC physics smden 



BroaHnst •' eUcctivi teaching to involved : 



I McKay and Bill Mundy mr 

c Icchjtc on demonstration tc 
|uc5 was given by Pennsylva 






Harm Is Done 
To Youngsters 
By Glue Sniffing 

M a.rpiane flue-it c. 



cment known a, airplane glue, 
ton. lack of bodily and mental 






Music Club Elects 
New Officials; 
Another Name 



■ Kennedy uij that He slady | 
,1, complete and rhrtlh 



Tennessean Garner to Be 
SA President Next Year 



^er the fatal blow consist of sue 
.Ivents as chloroform, carbon tetn 
iloride. acetone, ethylene dichlt 






without expcncnar 
A persoo of real depth am 



:ially basketball. He 



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dicalsecretati^l^™;;!,,"! 

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