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Southern Missionary College, Collegedak-, Tcnnt-ssee, Oa 



ACCENT CAMPAIGN BEGINS 



rShare Your Faith" 
lis Keynote Slogan 
I Of Volunteer Rally 



"-; ^ , 




Conducted on Basis 
National Elections; 
Abbott, Russ Run 






Gccmi to QwaKcl 










Student Senate 
Has 24 Members 






Faculty Meml)ers 
Meet New Students 

ducid lo Ihe colltjc iUH in ihe Itldi- 
lionJ f.™ll)..fludi.nl ■mpUon^S.l|,r. 

EiLiHttd*'dti^o',he(°™S Mr. O. D. McKee ?"»' oTZ'^tliSeC'/lKs'ld. Read the Editorial 

i^ „!,a^fa,S!ZJ\° hlu tZ'n- AcCCptS PositioU 

''"mYondpCof.hc.ve.ine'. Qu Collegc Staff 













THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




Definitely 91 l/ou'ie. Tlontktnn 

jo»..v Eff ™^' ^-^^^^ ■ • • <HlgWi<jktJ 

Once ip/n rhE hum of voices and Carol STumns U/^u^k Davi^ 

in the corfidoti of South Hall, New Students' Fofutn *^ held Monda^es^e- study ^rtod" r^les^'^n ' wnr.hr,^" i"" ' 

students have enteted tipon a life of ninj. September 27, ,n the Cillcge week, Ihcre v,„e a few gS ni 

?fHF3H''i iS's '^"'"'f""'" °""'" su^Bs'^fin™'*" oT°issrshe' ,'ir„usi;t"'„/"'Se; 






missed some ihinjs of impottance. Of cnurse the result wiirbTMan 

travel— r'"f^ "T^ V^ "" fi'^^es for the gitls, and the boys s, 

Mts, Blanche Geach came aU the ho^i.°s«™U°-'sl„'jrSDiryo?h"M 

md family. ' The Vandlon" couMn" |'|,°"^'y;|, *"'■■' "° "™'"n'"thL.< 

Spc-afcing of childten, the most te- "^"^>' ^"^ Jiminic Lou Westctli. 

selonging to Buddy and Ruth Brass, nineteen hundred and fort). eight, w, 



il°"'we ^Tm^iTr.Kwi'Ih'him Alumnj N CWS if ^^f S";. '', .sT," """ " 



, anJ who knows what rhej' might 






S44ftfitiAi y<U4^ Accent . , . ^enato 



vJutlook "'"""> "' ""■' "'" 0""i!= p"! Science Biiildii 



A persmi who rotei iu Ibe eUclwiis in our great coiiiilry is 

cnoiidereii a good citizen^: mpporter of govErnvietit by the ler entertained Mr and Mrs rh, I 

peofie. He might oppose eerlaiti poUlicl parties with great .„„,^, . A. Woolse, on their silver wdding Is Near Reality; 

vebettieiiry, but he is. iieoertheless, expressing his beliei, his views p,„„ ,,i„, ,, , e .1. anniversary. The Woolseys were mar- 17 ir r 

on a people's govenimeril. f S '■ ^^^Every'^audem^enroned in Southern ried at the home of the Fullers In the * ""<• 'S GrOWUlg 

always those u-ho oppose certain methods and policies in every toi, .md some even by eight. Tlitougb ou"a7n»d with nle'ho°n'Sre'^J?nTh.'^.,rf," BuddTng aresveJTnder way «cord' 

campaign. Thai is all ■■well and gooJr hul that opposition shoidj itmc -™.,...„i,.,. ,„,!..,.„ 1 . _ n ini nonorees m tne cart, , „, .,„ i,. 



rwl hide the real purpose of the campaipt. A person who will not „" n"' "u''. ™' P.'""" >•'' ™" Otis Graves with his wife' and piblic relations director. 

do his best for a worthy cause in school can be classiped in the same a to'ni-c undet' d'isaiVs'ion''bv"thc Knate" ■''"«'"" ■^"' '^«"* ^''^'">" "> '^e Under the direction of Elder V. G 

category with an American citizen who refuses /„ vote. The student senate i, Vim.rily a K liama Mi,',i;;i"?L'' f'"'"° '" u!;ioTcX;'nce"' fl^.r^tfrn 

The ACCENT campaign is „». Some will r/of feel lite partici- body of students working for the Wc "," Jk Jamir ,„,„ "'LTwith gathered from scvial d,no.^inat3 

fiating aclively on designated sides. But every student is duty- highest good of the student body and ^ ,.^5^1 i,^. ^,; ^^j ^\^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ sources. The members of the college 

bound to work for the main purpose— ACCtms in as many homes "".^'"'C •' » "J"'.' °" ,'"' J '."""f ' "nd their two children Mrs Perer i faculty and stalf ate making regular 



r school paper can and does influence many young peoplt 
to choose Southern Missionary College for advanced Iraining. Thi. 
is a direct influence in molding future tvorkers /or God! 

Cecil Coffey 




Thc Southern Accent Goes To the 
States antl Seven Foreign Countries h™,«i™t;ycSM"e',.'pr's"nu 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Registrar's Office Releases '48''49 Roster 5"^"'= M^^F^riand 

H J Ti, 1 M J jk H T Th i L t ommpncls (.ollege 

sB:^t!iBsP^- £sp;h}^'T^^E]£^il l:;;:M: V: / „: \ - ^ : ,'' '," " '" On Field Sriiool 



ieaclieis' institute 



Something 
Neip 






Jlifceu4it ia Pteieut 



cd OS . rejuia, Ivtcum fa. 









Miller Announces 8relj*'\fc'"h'l''oS<,°k' "r"* 
Record Enrollment hrfd', .i «lSi"™. fci'C- 



sC ;'m" '...''„,'.,:' '.'. '■""'' Adventist Officials 

'""-■ Senate Of SdlllluTIl Elin,|)f 






45167 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



1 -Z- IS Keal Success, Becomei Jfit Ai&i 25 Ifea/U 



Academj Ed tor al Siaflf 



R port r. June Bo n &.n o 



Phjsical Education Hansen Reports 
Offered In \(ademv ,, ^""[ 



Becamel Jfit Afjt&i 25 yecutl 



phj 



nd h.. tauiiht \ 






ReaC> T/t(S Qittcle I^^P th^' Irwd supply pkniful inJ 

ilH) helped .ti other culinar)' ddinht. 

n \ n I '7 such 3J petling potaiocs, clc. We haJ 

R JiThiTcr— l^"' Sw,5h- l°dfsh season and out of season." The whole 

oui of IhArhoolrnom down'ihL- ,ten. proBram «as a pradjwl dtmonstralion 

to Ihc lockcc. and ou. (o the bus. of God's plan in spite of some of the 

rb.' V.i Vmi °n Acont, \ not onij' wjs due. Since ny allowance couldn't . yy'" '""""^^^^^? '"°'^ ''" 'f^^ 



sidt Rt 


wing Ihoroughl)'. 


operation IS a sii(er 








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°'"5s"n'" *{"'"'' 


?i^'z£hj 


w"d°nod 


., ^nd',hc''lib(a<)- 


^oo^ri««of_»«« 


.Shf!" 


1, di„,,i,„s,d. I 


oiShl. Jooe 11, 12, 






cil, anditorium, Ih. , 


.''iSS'' 


to.e folK ud 


whom we I'tored "' 


b. i. wil 


help you 10 re- 


iommer. 



M. V. Rally 







(Cm/™,J/ro:»f<ije 1) ,emee lo m.nkiod EldelH.nson When it became necessjo, » move hdy or i gentlcmin. thosiasm for a rail, song never lo be 

Elder Evans delivered the Ffidaj- ended his address with a prayer that '"/ ^ ,' "^ an^^'felt a "it of ^' ^"" ' e">bartass people you like, forgotten by those who attended, arid 

evening vesper sermon. It was in keep- God wiH supply the need^ of llie d™fa''lmE'wonld''b!!'in mdeJ so they SHemember til.t two dates do not J;j,'j,!™«y™™'j"njres''s m^tini" 
















Southern Acc 


NT. {Sl.50 for [welve m 


nths). 


'"""''°"'' "■""'"■' 












^ 


Checi, here if renew,,. 



flilTO 







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Southern Missionary College, Colleytdale, Ttnnessec, Oct. 



LYCEUM PRESENTS TWO MAIN ATTRACTIONS 



Braleys Play To 
Full House In 
Double Session 

mi. fKuliy 
compkicly 




TWO-CONFERENCE MEET ROBERT BRADFORD TELLS 
HELD HERE BY TEACHERS STORY OF EXPERIENCES 

Th, ti.„,™.,T„i,„.i„,,™. UNDER mZI PERSECUTIONS 



Approximately s 









M. R. Garrett To Adventist Leader 



■.''rPiLr*j"S'*"to: Conduct Week of Praver ^i""^'*'^ '" (ilmrch ;;"|£'f^£'51!'cS5^^ ito%™~«il,°"l"£.a?oT<"a 

''"*">■''" '" " ' iiL-N, i. ,. .n. On "Pure Religion" '""'SfiL'^isrE' bl-lj jt°hr/.'S„l,Z:'sJ4''ffn,'° 

nilOP innriTT PnriLf ^''^^'"' " ''"'l''' ''"f'::^^' "■'" t"^ "■' pii n a i„,\,.,,nn Aiv^chu- orobltm W solve'" lie asked "Itis He becin to net wc.ik because lit- was 

RUSS, ABBOTT SPEAK i;;,::;;!"-,,;;,,!^ ?"?!!,'„"• '° sJi't:,. .? fh/&„5 co'Sc 5;rd=;dL;iofr,sl;,aM;' j«£»oriijin.ii,-hci,.d^»b= 

ciK;rj;E'i;;E^iis,™ ^!;?f;iEiiiii5^"lSf: "'Ki^"iS"'h^'p.3's;?'i,,. S't/p;;i!r;; , ' '-"3*f'^H^i;i£''Sf??f 

Etl,"™,™n«o™";.r;; !-'i,irii]i£s;'£^if '°EJ"—iZL,"',^.'l r';:::irs'JS°.nd^»K 

SE;tad~;2,.™.-.'!'mkTo:; 'z:JBi3x:i'cZ^k''S- 3«Hii''"'"'"°'''''° "" ' ^-' 

r'il c L r ,. ^F^BtlS<^!Z Maude Jones Hall 

5,000 Sub Letters Am„fa„,ita.o.,w„iih,c,urpo.c,. „ j,. . 

"' . . ,r' "• -« nii.i wo,id posiiion (,ets Ritclienettc 

Wntlen ui ( ,am|)ai£;n "■»* \\'!''£""whichT; Rnai p>.p.raio 





)- 


officially. It is fumorc 
crals, arc hoarding subs i 


£iE 


a proportionaicly gfcaler c 
wrongly used. ^ ^^ 


of (he 


y's 


"of'.lSf.l'l 


'^'"'S 


the college and lead- 


been Jlagcd during (he c 

ides, and chap«l ptofiran 
lighted the two-wcek-old 
Buslicans pulled a "jurpi 


o'u"e"of'te 

1F'€ 


it so highly, brought upon him 
lerciblc oirsc — the curse of !o 


1 


11- 


hi'bof' "II 


S^c? 


!(>■ taleo. pcograin- 


men telalialcd by siying. 


%,^fo,";: 


"\Vh)' were these blessing 


.Ted 


thanks to I 
tributcd lo 
mafcing (hi 


the improvem 




Wjee,k 0^ P^atfo^ . . . 

Periodi oj lime set aside aijd desi^'ialed especially as "lY^eeks 
0/ Prayer" ham formed milestones in the lives of many Christians. 
Many have received insftiration for life's journey a'id have con- 
tinned climbing upward; others have mistaken the temjiorary 
feeling for a completely renovated Christian experience. Instead 
of doing a thorough job of their sprjttg or fall "beartclea 
they merely stveep the 

The Christian exp 

'high as the highe 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 

Definitely ^ Ijau' 

.., , Masculine 



Tlonthtnrx 



gKCigliti 



valleys. 



rallet 



■Ihe 



', but tb 

■ whose experience is like ll,r r„ 
mticeahle outuard change. IIh 
tit and are idngging along Jay. 
I to get back onto the main high 

"""" """"";","< 



fdains o/ Kansas— there's r 

farently have drifted into 

,;.,', mating little .,r »o cf, 

Then, there are those fe, 

parable to the incline railway np Lookout Mom 

tanooga; a steep upward ^rade. 

Is yonr Christian exf/erience based upon the fact that it is 
the way of least resistance, at least white you are here in this 

of what others will say if yon don't? Is it because 'yon have been 
brought up in a Christian home and have acijtnred the Christian 
habit.' Or is it because of a deep conviction in the dcefn-sl corner 
ot your heart? 

There is a great need for a spiritual revival, a new dedication 
o/ the lives of 'yonng fieople. yes. even Isere at Collegedale. Are 
we not too enthusiastic over the activities of the present and future 
plans for our own happiness rather than prefiarinz ourselves to 
finish the task assigned to the youth of this denomination? From 
present world conditions we see that solemn times are in the not- 
loo-dlstant future, and we must be prefiared to meet the problems 
that will confront us then. ^ ^ ^ ^ 

October 2'^ Is the beginning of 






,, ,„,„-.„,..,..„ -. "I'""l- 

7k when lives are consecrated, others reconsecrated, am 
iilned resolutions made. This is a time of opportunity, ti 
.i„ri .,„d to vow to keep in the right track. It may b, 



Si«= l-™, bovs 
™.eh'."b, 10 



ard, but It is a challenge. Will you accept it? Only you 
ecide that. M. G. 

ABIUinnATS and RUSTICANS 



;rf^E£!^H;l^ i^S!!!^^ Alumni N{ 



s b)- wrifine letters. And boys, ihal's Stctd; 
yIuI wc-te doing. Why. wt couldn'l mcntai 






,'J.n i'''r'™'l!°w l^^nM'n^'il"°^'tod°° yZ ■■"""«' r-°.'.. ^enaiotial 







txcnange ,.l^^n„te:^l,[°;/c^t,MS;. r!o:°ii",z'",'J'M'?'" 

3{,"iiSfl"'"HE'i!i I^jllirESHitb-tS Wrislu, Fleming 

. !■■ '■ = ■ I' I I- ;lsotbep<,ss.bd,lics.ndlln,to.,on,„ AtlCnUm!; (.OlltlCll 









;<||; ff^ij;^',^'^ 


^e college 




Service Departmenl, 
Ihesf is already in ui 


foe specijl 
istie.Day 




i IliEman whose hon 


W' " t!d 




Stripes 


«— . 





THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



^ke Cjaoei i^afs... I)oe''Busine"s 'iith ^<^^^*^ <^ ^ AcOcUmtf, 

Tobiahsen Addresses ' ;,;,i,„J',;,';l 'i;''i7j Chattanooga Firms ^,„„ „,„„„ „^ g;' ,,'' ! ii 

IRC in First Meeting "£/£"'? '"'V'"};-,!, J Lo,.r„,™s .^rir;^ '•i5-S.;= ?;■;„" \ \ 



, , t.u ft J, M Academj AI)oimds 
''""F'a:.''°?; With Talents 



ta*J!u ' H°-'mK^"S^>■i'3 1™^ Camera Club 
!i''°£«u.''nonSl°r"'°"'°"""' Selects Salhany 
p,oi"o/TX'»cn'''jrf°''j '°Rtl„ As President 



nd Urr, Hughes .Miu. 
I Dier • 



VC'cl nash fou^h drj and dt) f 
Appiov.mikl) 1000 shirts and 1 



On lh7o.hcr hand ,h, Umlcd ;;„ To do lh« big ,.h, a n.. T,„, ;"„j™ ,;;;„1'™"^;„ ^odrdo ■■ 

SOU. and olhc, '""'"'' ';"""»° Do„„5 lh« b™' ">™ f '"!;'*' Skd" "" ""''' "°°" '"' '^'" '" JoMh'nTsra "Manlyn D° 

b^<ause of hir utter disccfiatd tor ihL gavt i rcsumi of las jcir s tlob ac t, „ ,, „ ,„ .„a „„„,^^ pood ex implc of one who h 

iignit) of the .ndiudual and for her tn .tics Dr Nelson the faiull> spon The three daj d^ cleaning semce |-,^ j ^"^ i,oj ^f „,„,!, p a nd 

eroellV in dealing with those who op^ ,„r, pledged his support to all the helps all Collejed.le to leep»^^^ * 

pose k';^,™'™™';'^,'^™,,,,^';,; ';™J ;Lid°eot Phaiee Salh™ ' Sed^n th" depLlW .'^™"'" ''"■I'"'."'" ' >""' >") 



"iTVabiassen stated that^jlrinhing |^Hi|i^SSt HEALTH HINTS 



J, ■,":,"; : h:; ■::;,' ,::;:, ;,:;,, iSg'" ^ili"'^"'"'""*"""^^ Academy Roster 

-— : ,7-j PI,,,.. n,,,ns Pkas -p:.c"«""^*'E:'"'»» For 1948-1949 

i)i\ision Head riane ino|)> rkgs. hdpto,ou. ^^ 

Ki-ives Model A To Florida Students £{5^,;^^"^™' S:!;'!?" 

From Colorado • i,.~: ' .1 -^.'".«m15 JejtiwnT°we7b!.irl7°'™"'o°'°pf Sr''i"!£'''' 









fcer'Sdownl"™'.!? ed with'Si i -', u' tollege- a5ljy,uf„,|*„7the»ton-Zuinin°l £i(3ct ^fiBSfiK A ''"al elf "n " n 'ai shng him This 

i*.e.!" md'°"e™''"'.Wndow "sb.dS \°^'°l^ Ji'm '.".nee"'" '" '"'*" "'"'"""',' '"I'in b'u'i'wn "hm to- G'a\:it>\Ma Pastol . . . • 

"Accent" Advances ''°rl""oTa'Tw'nI^rc™ej SS"'peSfr"r,iirhi'°p"i«'''«' ulmiiLe"'i'i''i^ip""ji^^^^^^^ bte"'«,^m°'"°""'' '"°"""'' '° 

\.,'.,. e.„ ..,.„..„,.. "■■■ '°™''' '"_*";'''' S''2™" l,owmud,°impS'eme«t'isocturrinE, , . , „ 1D,,1_,;4. 



Gems from the Pulpit 










were i.,.e.eed to attend College b, PrayCT BaudsMcet '"^P'^- ' '^™ ji^f^^E^S^^^^ ''•"P"'' H'"'"'gZ TZllg 

;iNlS'n':.i,d"»i,';'rli«''rrS Abbocrats Confuse ^j Qiapel Hour ^xi"'" ™""»" °' '''" "' -'■;L;5 tHrgiSrii?"' 

"■"""""emphSTTat the school ElemCntary Student ^„j„ b,„j, „„ ,„r ,l,e ^i^^TSit^l^I'S.forUI? buttZ; ri-nrtarSlthe'ehui 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Mia Maude 9. /a«ei 9i Still "The Divilie Call" /?. A. AndeMan Com. 

"Seii Knaumaud &eii J!<uied" SMSite Is Seminar Topic On £cM*icUitUf. 

By R. A. Anderson 



Galletje. 
Scltaal 




Wittschicbc Speaks 
In Baptist Churches 



ONE 


MORE 


WEEK 


OE 


"ACCENT" CAMPAIGN! | 


Se»J 


Clos 

c;/i S 

Sliide, 


sat 6: 
ibicnfi 
1 Credi 
SI .50 


oiT 


., October 28, 1948 
a Fueiitl and Gii'e 
Another Stihscrililioii 
velve Months 


a SMC 




. 


(C«/ j/o, 


«""■'''■"" 




ColkgeJ.)c. Ton 


n"« 








Send ihe ACCENT for 


o™ 


Year To: 




N.m. 


rR.FD 










Cl,' 


It's 


..a 









mJ put on Iht train for Paiii Wticn trtl • 1 nil ^ 

ihf tt.in tiow.cno, ii,t cto.„ne, i„ 1 His Bno 1 hat 



m f,M, of patt G.m.n l,lood. H, J"™ ,,-J,°t , „H inn^nm 
" ifctad °„ot''°mdh3''*a"i' • • • . 

cad he had been tiuiitcd asVjlw The hbiat)- hat recently leceived 

)r ten ycats. several shipments of new books. 



1 







fr) 



fill 



\}3\]D 



Tllf 



.uthtrn Wissionacy Col 



World 




National Hookups « 
Feature Two Songs 


ril/^hljs 


e,«;,.,u.;o„„„d 


°;;ri.S"rs;e'r'i"t s 


By Professor Miller 

duiiim till- Prudential Radio Hour! 
■The Presence of God;-— one ofPro- 


"Xeribot" 


l'''"*T°'IJ™ii 


Midison College Board, was cjlled lo 

The college {^residents hid several 
importanl mcclings and r«l progress 




THE SJJ.C 


STUDENT SEHJIIE 







THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



OjI L I n. . Definitely Jl y^'^ TlontKenn 

W^ek 4 Pjuz^ . . . Masculine ^ ,^,„.. . n,„ 






MavUed . . . <^^WiqKt4 I 

.ouU of p»ple hearing Ih, Irulh J.,' Ih. lir.l lim,. Elder Gm.ll. m ■I'^J " I'™ righl ho„,i o«l ofe.tt,' .^^^V^j; j;'™,h.„"lh"r 'i«!"d wS d'in?ns°°<im""h'il "rruM ° '," "" 

hi.,.rio.ol..™o»,on-p,epmnglorl,™loBo„.-ha.nolonIy.l,u=k ,,''■ „|„^'™ fTh^. jSe" ;.Jt"lS ""' "'"' """' '"'' ""'''' '"" "' ^° "V ""P"" o*™ I «lin"d a" , bf' 

rsMcTv°jjrofia7i''!^;SriYvt3th^rmrwhrrh''.'j i^^^^j-s "••"•'?■"" "'■"'■""■' "SAZif\Bar!)'p.'s,>'',z 's!z'!^£r,tL!c£;d'\ 

Scltoal Jiodfaltu 'Ut'dUniiea . . . rf°Go'd';s,°Tio«T>\"L'"',''';"h' J^''J;,p™'"i,b^rte*;„"'^Lf|,'i *; I'S'"* "'"°""''°°'"''™ 

Miu Eilher Hksl Ire.tooi. .eceloriol .dene. nolo, hoe demon- '"»''"''"' °'. "" """°"- iinj! Ti„d' of ilujyinj, M.,- Ne,d I 

SMC .lodonte. She enl.rod oolhueioelieoU? talo Iho ACCENT oom- '7' '"^'r fJrao W.m'if'Hc'hL' "'■»<: '?""='■ "' l-"G""ee. Gcorsi.. ,ht ph,, ever,' n'jJt 'du'tat "S 

poigp ond. OS o r.,oll. turned in eighly-lwo .ubeoriplions. Il ee.na lo ,"„j°o,„,iog joJ i„ s„,h . v., « lo ij° |i"."t' '•"',''J" ' P"™"' f™'"'' . ' '°»"J « down |„ Mii 

na Ihol ir .ho, o now .loden,, wo. able lo .olioi, oighly-lwo enb.orip- fc. h,|p,„| „ „j We .ppreeia. hi> i„ Qaob., 25 ihe Married Coople. Se ™" havrbJe'o otlf."'' ''}"". 

Sons, every olh.r .indenl sboold eoBilV gel llve-lho r.rprir.d number .ilNngneo in g.v nj r.-o worship Qob mei ,n ,he th.peL Harold Plyni, Girl" Lve"n e.efEr b'°» '"' " 

for a boDOuet tickel. There ifl the shght pOMJbilily thol failure lo do periods each week to an outside jgcie^arj' acted as chairman of the Here is an ouatandine anno '"° 

11 1 — 1 „it,_« Tl,» arrPNT olrttl Hoob ij/H=h In Ihmdr all "* '^"'' ' °^.^ '"'^ ®^' •°!" .° . "I" ' Rainev Hooper. HOZlTOnil llil 






k (bclonginE to Dora 



lloitA, ^enaie. PiiuiUa&i, . . . !p;'^r'mnj''3n'itTom°„T^™iia° JJ'^' 

Ab£t ha°e had I'f sleep .■ith''t'heir "t"""'. ,, ■ ,, '"' ''«"' ""■i"ly filad yeure I 

The Siodoni Senot. ho. completed it. organisation and i. ready j„" „ "he winli. for ihe pS N<». l>ot not teeth, is the new gefins better. Melba. I 

to dig into your problem, ond .ugge.lions, II »°"^ j"~ "J^^""^; '"° "'f" '"fXTemis" "ab o«r J"iia'°S>»°burn. "*""" " '" '" the^TOrend'rf Octb^,""'.*^"," 

STen ToL.'to ,'he'"..naTe'"m.e Jg°%ou™ Ih" Any°"uden° "„', Z^flTi'o. the be{p>.»' J''" j„."t',' os"r" *'e ™k"nd'of oiobe" r.ne"Fa?rell"ReS"Man'''a°;-d r';?' 

loeult, member i. weleome to ott.nd cdl regularly .eh.dul.d meeting^ -j^;;™!''/,,;;']!;';*."',;',";';;.; ^ItrMSisstopi a'nd h^i'ne,:' d"'',1 "h' ""%/" '■«'"»'"• 

te°e'tak°on'ad™tat° oTiwI prTreoo" a^7a" no d"ubl, profiling p,'" u'^lbo^ifS "'' °'°" '>' ™'""' '"'"■' ""■" b'-he'-i""™ ^^''t'l. ZZ,. '"' *'""' 

t™ the e° p. ri.nee gained Wri!elteve"Lr.ver^^ P.c.c kno. ^aboet this.) Edna E.rle and Joe Ssvain. 

at Southenn Mkuionory College .houJd oltend at lea.1 one Senat. ^^ r4.„^», 'J ^^''J^.J^^^^S"'' IJ^ the Uailer' dwell™"' are'tenriai'd' SemiOnette " 

out gaining a «r.t-hand knosyledge. to'b'rcalfur ''"°"' "'" '" '"' "'"""' '"°°'''" '"'"' """ ''""' MemOry LaHC 

mr . ■ nil. J I I « J 1 J 1 '*'"" «'"' ""' "'"' "" "" '•'" Tobiassen Addresses * iei,ureii"''w"ik aTons'» sededcd 

The Reader Writes yi^^::.:i:^Z *i Edv^'t: Local Kiwanis Club iSSsitr"" 



ddrcsseJ on October 2S b, P 
rohiaisen wis' ,M"rodo"d"by ^ 






m GDyiiiEftN m 



^enato'iiai Presenting ~ 

Outlook ''''"' ''^''"''"■' °* '*' 
Frances Andrews 




be held at the chapel period on Hon. weeks in' thrCnSsh'DeMftmem of ireilEror th "basTein" Ar'ea Head- 
day. November 8. Collejcdale Academy last year and ouSers of the American Red Cross 
V„e ,/ ,-.„■,/ A, ,„„„ j.ic^We Tlie past meeting brought out the when questioned, she said she enjoyed and as the Missionary Volunteer leader ■ 
I . :, , . I ,(/, Se"n''atJ''mra""' ' ™"">» »' tke it immensely. Frances plans to become in her home church have laid die 



ce of this appareiillj- resened 
ry friendly senior, call at the S 
iMaiorU, Olhce or at the H 

"unusu°ally tlfc'n'led Jeung laJj 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




rHE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Elder H. R. Beckner Is Pastor Tobiassen Speaks Three Seniors Express Opinions 

Of Union's Largest Congregation For Famine Relief On CoUege^Testuig Procedures 

In Church Service f 




Elder 


j-t iiudent body i 


n 




lut God's pconjc. tl 


°2d 


m tl 


Jl'lhtbw'ifo'od'. 


d^em.! 


App. 


ling indirccily t 


"";*- 


lied, 




end ih 


ci'lr 


^'in/hilsLmoTEllT 


:^t.. 




^ 'i. ^ D) singer Motley ™"™°,f ™{'£t£n"s3 Ei'irirf £n"»3 t^g 
Express Thoughts '^^^ZJ^:'""' °"''"'°'] '^'^i.^^tl^^'t 
po ^ On Prayer Week Eid?,T.SSn"l".eZtoedmisr" 



n ■Z.'b', "i Senate to Travel 

J** be'Sinn'd" To Bcrry School 

b „,ii h. h,, ]yg^{ Tuesday 

n'.s . n»!l planning lo •!....»« 10 the M 




ALUMNI NEWS 



"Accent" Is Read 
By Some People 



Ediiors. undoubtedly, 






worldly by tht faculty of the M; 






^byLmr^'Z 


High; 


effort at Ja 
Jare lyiek 


""■iinaSt 


'"/S 


;;,i™''." 



I ' ITr iL''''o°nd''»"t Academy Students J^r^Lmed'^L^'on'ihrsM'c ^^."i.n^roSnt" '^""°" sbftay'i!!.'" '""""* "'"""'i ^_,,J1 

'"''',', >,„i.| M„„, rim n M. n lampus particuhr inttresl has been fohii II ilbiir teaches Bible at Asht Rnburl Haiiiiii \s a ministi.ria ""■ ■ 

,„ I,, ,,;i I Italian 0™ PrCSent PrOgTam e>p,LeJ on the r"' <■( »™ ™»'«'> ..lie Agttcnllutal SthonI al rleleher ;||j;;''^|;[°';„^'5^'^™,';;7cLTi 1 

f;",'t°r,Ik™£Mt""»"TH°«" 5;\!f'T;'?r''£dt?J'M V Young Ladies Leam „mpn;"up;'„'£nin't«To"S'il"e j"°;,;£'""^;;:;^j, " 1 

p.'^,roi*eToCin° Hik'.d£ i"J;'|';; '" i"v , I Exercise Technique JiJ'''lJ'XbrVL ""e naS,'.o°"..*''i.a".n'Vi[.i'ii 

CV"'ti>'"'''™"°'""°^o»ti'" Efr ' In Johnson's Classes *'S';?, k ,rf ., > n..n,.ie,iai .otem °°"™" <;■ "';;,,;" ';;2,',"' "I 





last April 


olph famL 


allege barber 

Collcgcdak 
duation from 




intern .n the Ke«tua>Tennc..e Con 


ng dcpa.i 
na Confa n 




k'birk°at°Collig'l 


\ Attendance Records 

absences are handled b> the indiMduil 
tcatbcr b) loaennp ihi. gr\A<: madt 


f the facult) to 

oull^bllforan) 
Diligence i' I 

ndustry ^-frinh 


EH 


ss? 


h™do°M earl)''' On rndi'j "he w 'a 
He does about tiftj haircuts a v.ce 


hme ^^^^ 



I. 




.1 (.iijsifliMRV cQLiiBE \mm 



^ 



frQ 



LLdUd 



h 



Southern Miisionnr) C.IIo^u, Collcf;tda!t-, TunntHte, Noi 



RUSTICANS ALMOST LOSE CAMPAIGN 



Traditional Parade 
Honors Vets on 
\rmistice Day 




Church Officers 
^fl^ For '49 Presented 



Ai.-- FAan>- St'ltded Rittenhoiivo f,i\(s 
f'.ir Sohi Past \>\\\\ \imis|!(( Spndi 
N\iii|)h()in 



<<arrett's Sermon 

riimaxcs Vlcck 



SingspiratKiii liir t 
Neighbor Chiiiclics 



^llMA'l'i 



'iidcrson 
Is Guest of SMC 



45167 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



/iie. 'Tfoci ^xidtf '7&eitt&{ul7 



Definite!) NORTHERN nfHj.u^ 

Masu.line HIGHLIGHTS ^\U ^l 



(^ttoM( at ^^tttcf ' 



Same Scdjict- /idja-cetU /iit(^ 






Alumni News 



i'..li, >, 



\<«>. Nole 



rHE SOUTHERN ACCENI 



Picieutiu^ iL ^eiiicii - PUip Ifci 



Senators Impressed TUeet Out 'facu/tu - Geiali &u«(oh 

With Visit to , ,,.,„L„„ 

Georgia Srhool 




'^"l Young Stages Trial 
To Pro\e Truth 




C'Mik Disserts Dan. 2 



(, miking Class Food 
'""s'Vki Good, "Sr-iicr Saxs 



What Have You? 



(iofJey Wins Space 
111 Other Papers 



'{ llappuud 
S,i|i'MLn \i"h! 



Ihe Cjacei flat><; . 



'hhociats '»iUnt 
»n Banquet Plan'< 



THE SOUTHIRN ACCENT 




Pierce Addresses I ThePopiilar Opirii,.n Poll 

rnllc^e Chapel o., ., . u ■«,. . 



Student Artists Seminar Activities 

Pi-escnt First »--b-- '•■■ ■-'«•■ < i 

>l(,nllil\ Rcrital 



.^*^ 



V 




K«sa'/> 



^ 



;,°.'; Theologian, Note! 



11 



Committee to 
Streamline Policy 



.lack Miller 






Mnsu- Cl„h Fc 


,1,11,. .1 , .,, 


' ' ' CiHH'dinatiun of 
1 siiEui Ministerial Course 




LI LI 




fri 



{f^ 



Sour, 



il 



■^ft/V 



Southern Missionary College, Collegedale. Tennessee, DecenAer 3, IMS 



S.M.C. HAS FIVE STUDENTS IN "WHO'S WHO 



)J 



ABBOCRATS ENTERTAIN CAMERA club features 

AdDUUKHI J PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST 



"JL^^hLnlJedAcc 


p^rcTmrngn 


improve photographic lechmqw lo 
ni5(. sUndncds ot pho ognphic qiijl 


anntd b) food 


Sr 


don of pholofinphj and for rKogniz 

fcrjphcr-. 

|jUl(. Milh a picture of tbt Lvtiii 


ppi.d b) yant ML 


or> spcu.is nl 


z'z\i dSrXo "n^itts ,'°d S" 


' " ' ' ™" ~'""' 


f '"' ^aloi 


PhaiM Salhany president of the 




Ijrrj Hughes 


U,l Hufch.. rLCi^^d lourth pr,.. 




^.|| 


The judges of the tonttst wtrt Mr 

women and Hirold Armstrone who 

photograph) 

iCo,il,„„ed 0,1 page A) 




P^ 


Two Academy Boys 
Win Prizes In Fair 



G/-' n C 1 Tno I013I I H dub bojs £irl 

. 1. . rress Secretary ^mni »nd ci,dc wooi.i, ..rped 

To Hold Workshop ;^;;»; ,"™i°iS"°'' '"'' '^'■°"' 



NOMINATIONS MADE BY 
STUDENT-FACULTY SENATE 





Students Present il^tTlu'ftrn'o"''"'"," „?',?", 
Lyceum Program. C^r i." ' '\ ,' i' 



,etond double session ijCLum progrim dint bod> During tbe sebool Ji 

srofiram hiied « ith mus^r drinu .nd a^aided^bv" tbe"o°e"mz° Uo^ Is' 

nreru.nnunt — planned presented scnted to csth of the members tho 

md attended b) the student, them Probtbl) tl.t [ounjest of bono, 









"Pto^/iam Sceuei. "pttuit «5& ACCENT "Vieton^ ^att^eiet , ■ 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



^ti^'^,^Se^m.U^... Definitely ^/<1/-- NORTHERN 

„,. L .,. „ „.„,„.. ...„, Zm., s.,... ,. MascuUne ^Ha^^uJ . . . HIGHLIGHTS 



College. Little Jimmy rulfcr 



Senate (or con^ideratian. why tell it tc 
the liall7 Lofi go to our isnaiof with i 

and Find out for ourtelvej? 



window holding Nincy by the le^ 


'■"■'■ 


■ "' *"'" 


legcdale aiktd thu olhiT Jr. ■ '■ 




'liJl Jacquc Blrtley , 


John Garner^ ','^„,J'',i,lJ''di'!s"'l,! 


hcf floor V 


vithout steppmg on pcL-l,, 
?an arc'l '" '^"'' "" 


daughter, Margarel Kay, here in stay. 


Jacque? 


leone been sccin^j double, 

difficult to ascerlain Frr' 
om Belty Cloukey Ir, ■ 






elorc wo roaiiie tt, y]^\\^ 
B then." But don't ^"\ 






ning out. Kenneth Baiie and N. C. Randolph, lo Colu 
top coats Maxfields 

industrious 



,l|j. cipate in the wedding of L\^:r. . 

hool life must go on, however, even woTtiirmTdniobt l^inn to make enth-diy Advenlist Church on Sur- 

rdltsi of wet feet and cold faces, , J "hiL work You have to drink November 28. Elder Lauda performer; 

dajies. ~ something! '■"■ '^ere'nony. Harriet and Dorothy 

reseerc^'papc" IL^\Tb1 NOW.^nrthrn goTome 'f^r I Z\ vacation HistOFy Department JllkT^dL^!'' Wh7 do'yZ Tave ^,^^ „orth'end of third floor h. 

BuKinesfi Gui>"iviee{s .^Memories'* Staff ^_^^Sl,v;'^^"^f^;'=i;^,'|;j """l^- ''i;?Hij''3"S€'f', 

A,n';^'MMJ'!'rNo\.mis"and Is Maloiie DummV S&^eJceTpaSment''"'^ °' "'^ Tf^mnPrDIirP Ts III 'h^' W;'."-^ >■" "x^^". 'H- ^'■''^^ 

AinLrii.i .Ili(> iiRi i>ii iNovimiXi -^ in.j p j aociii ociincc qcpinmtni. 1 ClIIUcI dllLC IS 111 soon, Wilma, Wc miss you. 

it'-ju:; ' '"l':":w?s.i,.™k, For '48-'49 Yearbook ,^.1.1" X i.pn:!^'°, "u\L: p .< Cfanrfarrl F""J;;;j»p<."« »i* "o,. „ (N„>i 

V„,|'„,i,|,i Uke Aikiiis , , , meet to consider makinc the hiitori' VjOQ S kjianQdrU ' __J_ 

II ru bnc' Wooa Memories arc bc-gmning lo dr.fl n,„irut„n, more interestini! Accord- 

' -,■ I M into ont-hj|f of the Publiations Of- ! .. , l- . u ■n , HouiiON Skid.mori. 1 f T T? J 

l,;;-',::\ I.,,,.:;','!!!,"; '-■ and ..,. t^mg catalogued and ^o^Je^ifiVlKiaT itencHubi^^^^ God has a standard set for those LaRe IS f Omied 

lUi ..,■. I l:,iliti liirM " '■' ■ "'■'^' "!^, ,',''„„"!]!':;. c"',t'^'' be required— that is, the student may '"^° "" "• b= His elect. Man was _ l?l 1_ PI J 

Air,, an.. .u-w.a.u. ^^' -l'l-l"f'y"rbook,5««//«r„ ,i,0os2 which course he Will take for created m His image and iis he ]n f laSfl T lOOQ 



us by our Creator, wc arc counseled lo nearbj' 

be temperate in all things. Remember wilhm _ 

that a thing becomes a habit only after rampage as a result of abn. 



phenomenon occurs ocau,onalb__wh. 
iddenly go on 



^^3=^i~§S Alumni News ^||Hg^2^^' iESi?@lli 

cording to her editor, other phiSe of God's work. Sfllltll AsiJl Wnrlfl^r ""^ ""^ '""i' '""'^''t? *''" V'' .^ 

The Academy slafi ha.s not yet been In a recent letter to Mi^i Joni- IJWUIII /%Md W Ul KCI gjthermp in front the Edgmon Afi'i- 

'pi3»°.o,r!;n'd'r,h;'di,«ion"f Jil/n f.r.'ta "XT'ofc''!,'"". To Visit Campus fci{'™ numl^;°'LZvJ,!'°'omra.J 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




SMC Wood Products Pie<ie>tiiitf (^ Smears - faead At&Ua 
Is Largest Industry; 
Employs Nearly 100 




isr'" '" ""■ »' "- '"-""" L D. Moffit Is f:rr„i"A;sf'rKV,:s,™. 

.oBdm'inly'Mmph ta, dLkJ.n'd HoUuig WorlisllOp tolln^SKlTbW l,'m°,rii' 

:SVH,'?,Hx3r: On Sabbath School «"^"VL''LX"'°'''' ''°°°« 

AOSAC Acts On Seminar Group S,'2fiH'¥i/''£»li''{B £;'*Td''i.pi,'.nh"Grict H'r„?*H€i'J''S;'°' 

n 11 A 1 ¥? T* II IJ Hit »■ lo produce diffeteni sti'les. The given fctentc plan lo keep (he Sabbadi „f ;; „i,^i'^,''" .".i"'"!!!" u?,"^jj^l 

l;ull Agenda lor I o Hold Meetings *t.. r™ .i.ns ih/„ m.i„ ,V;- |;i..oi «=* „p.iod.i. ..cordms ,. "/„ "- "or g,„i 

€lub Activities nK'ik''./'T?&;;™i'k'.cita; s,?'."!iL°°'l'\\dThr<s"i "hS Molt,, ,p.i. in jurd „ '■'"'''' ''"'' "■""-'° ''■'■■ "^"^' 




Mom Koll 



.hf ,ttt''o"Mi'rof"Ii,' dS" °" Academy News 



J wmplc tofiitiiution piepared by Pto- 

■ ™'s 7'i' °"'' """'■""' ''"'' °' I"""'' "■"! '"'■ "''''"" ","''■ "™^ 

minting Why nol send'"o"r officers sensed a Thlnksgivinj; program in Hit.l,. 

fo the meeting next inontli in order ttiapel on November 22, featuting the [];'^:j); 

may r.preien e ?J?„|,;g„ .^g t^'JIme" niomeleT. ,i lS'» j 

Kecent Visitors J„';pS;;;;^^^eLo," '';; i' ' '' • ' 



Facnlly Sbtlcht-^ — 

A.B.,W.M.C.-I9i6 
^ A. B.M.fl ,U.e.f Mei.-ra35 
/\.B.ir!L.S.,UofN.C.-|9J7 




As college etcponefeet, Prof- Brovun w. 

prompteti. to dcxcpt position at 

full- t.r^e Librorion. 

Prof. ooJ. Mrs. Bro* 
' <ai. th» 3 little Browns 
JDD plDDj sitfe "> 1 "!«/ house o. 
Camp Kodci'. 



TH£ SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Thanksgiving Day ^ j ^ / -« 

Is FuU of Activity, ^tucCcttt f -aient 



Writer Reports 




M. V.'s Present 
Vespers Program; 
Mensing Speaks 



Teachers Perform 
At Forest Lake 



l^m (ameia dub 



Accent Banquet 



presEiiled 61 lie Snde Is S c <il R" " " Abbo (Specal 




Dr. Ambrose Sulirie Report Released ^1 | ? 
To Leave Shortly On Board Meeting 
**n Western Trip ^^^j „" ^ m„^J j",") ^'H^^ 



Science Building 
To Be a Reality, 
President Reveals 




n""t srd"r-™t''~.""°'''°' "" Miller to Present 
'"^u" ,i,^'°™o.''i;i,ml'l'n,n"'!i,'''r™Sn'° Handcl's "Messiah" 




,»„*, Tiiangle Men Give 2'i^'Jirb,'L°fflSv;'imn'o'" 
^ h" Annual Reception SZtL'^^ui^^S'TaTu^^i. , , 

. I? To oir lly own th boj ec p ^"' ( hl?!,i \ m 'ih^ Q'uccii"of°Eni;' 









„ d M M ud Jo. ; 

LI hi ""bo, Opn ■" 



' \"; Temperance Society Sn»'^Mll''"l°^."I,™J'.lli''"*= 
*,""„, Presents Program at ''m or,(or» a™yi™| »^s,nt 

/:'' ' Public High School si''Sr2;lsr%fT 



d •"i(.h' Campus Is Getting i'^^J^i'j'j «i;;7'%™ tirSS 
Tn"u°' Dnc"J Au Inipi'o\ed Look "" 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



December 17. 1943 



"1^ ^<Md^ Mcut" ^•'^^'•'ly 



0f<ljo. 






NORTHERN 
MascuUne ' " ^ar-iuJ . . . HIGHLIGHTS I 

bBcame'^arf Adva^X^ Vhe6 a^vory itcad^of a°nichi"be°e»ih "me cathc- ^^''^ ■""! "^^'^ ^""^ '«' f"' '^l' y" For proof check ihe 19-18-19 college might add ihit Billc his decided "hir 

French and English in the ichool wilh compatiionstiip -hich we, Ihe crea- ^'o" *==• ''■^ fE"'**^ ''"'<■■ t«" '^^^- .... being Icfl beside the bed. Why? Vou 

wKich I waj connected. We both lived tures of Hl> hand, are denying Him '"^^^^"^"l^'^"^'"^' !he^dfe/"o "hit ^'"" "** '"''" """^^ ^"'^ "iT land'd' ""' '*"" °"*' °" *'''"'' '''^^ 

inT l°f"e'Jirrven'no°w will.' plelluro Sor«e of°"oJ"'a"re^'strtjggling against "ji/YiI^'pfiji' ■f'^Bllt\T'oT"thi: ^" '*''"'' '" °"^" ^'^ ^™"'' ' """'" minulil!^ ^'d'''' """""'"^ "P ""^ ^^""^ 

veled'aVThe °fKjrncy o"herFTrnch lur'ed "tr^yo/thaf the' OnT w^ho ^;"^[.''j;|'„ '''''[„ J™j"'J,/^^^^^^^ ■■..*-. _ vawtiot." begins? She has compouS 

one oftheiegends which ihe^read to hills and all the silver and gold of 'I'tT h^^ removed Ihe rpals and Ihal from the hospital sc^-cfal wetks ago hours U is until 12 noon, rx,,,'>,. 

me than to convev a beautiful spiri- earih, might be pleased to have you |* ''"■' '"«>" '"' <"<■■ ^"° «' '"»' bad wjlh a new douehtcf, she didn't expect 21, at any time you consul, ,■ 

tual lesson in fru4 values. But the draw by faith upon His boundless ^'-'^''^ <l"V'nf .,,,„„ 10 return so soon. Send hcf a card— Johnson has a copy in l,~.. ., 

IIHio e.oression which has lingered resources? Make this drafi uDon the ^ °" "V '^a; JS bad. Well, Irxie n will be appreciated. interested in Ihe number 01 ,.,.., 

with me all through the years, and bant of heaven, and see the clouds "'O"):^'- 


















• nifiht. Yes, 















Why not, then, 



>vhcre this would put .^.r^ ... 




,, .: , , il.i ■oronnlinl offite al th 






loriJj Sjn.tanum, 


and until (hen. girls, we'll tr>' to 
«'hal wc might have skipped las 


i 


Exchange 


of your life's ambition, and the 


e will 


™",o"Z« ™w ™°U Jrii™; 


3'i-Sr'±.t 


^t 


^sfH^iSiSriSi 









e-°"bo*you" f,VL'hied'7h"ecill'and';r;r'-o''To ^od's w"orl wTl^'quickly'finish.'d; " """ '^ " '^""''^'^^ ^_ 

ridf 'caN lVtt"'^}lttHll}i?"o?Ta¥ '^''^y^A. -Tht'Zo°l '^' "'" ^' Ffoiii tHc Rcadcrs 

Z^ of u" T?''\'^'\'^At\\r.rl°'^' Zdwo'r'kmg'i'rrcXrcal drawing Zd if^JVonald W.'r^hL'? ,,'''. 



of that (ace which filled his heart ^""""'"'' even. You are conscious of. a spiri- Th ,1 i^ ^nicno,, ^„^^^ education and busino, .id 

wllh a longing toward companion- baHles which are being fought from a"fe(t- "fTlet^harqlc'^con^d'itionTrom "''"''* ''''^"'' " scheduled lo give a interested ill" working fn eil'Lr u 

V77~ r- r, n I TVTTrTi Tr TT^'r .' I r obstruso problems in chemistry, math- «"'=" Vox^nnot awaken. The sarne (|j,orium during the chapel hour, 111^^0 in Tr^m^e'^rfn'fftim 'nri'T' 

T r m T rnU SPPrMT „»,.:„ ., „L„.:-. /_ »:' 4U,. one who first created you physically ,,,, , ,, i^l'L^, ,. l„j„„„, ",' .T^ *"■", TO^'ion. Lnii v 



.-...,=,..... Je us your InTtruLr ha^^ ^ which they have begun; His hand will ,. ,- , 

■"b^ r'!'"?" branches and soon tantaliiin e anoint your eyes with a sake, which VCtCFSIlS MflKC 

.'JlvvIS blill'ad^S''' ""^ "'""'"■ "^"^^ '-'^■^ ^buiit^*'^'m^^ t%oP- Average Grades 






Still another finds in tho intricacies °"', ^."'['"'i'''* "f" °' companionship ^^■c,^^''"^^ 5 Oo' veteran s^at U-T,"^ ' ""'V "'ish lh,it all my friends >-■ 

of language a well-nigh insurmounta- go^cios of" fife wrare "ounding '"'"''"'* ^"""'^ *^'"'' " "" substantial ""* ''^■'^ J>r l'^^^ lived "o"'' ^"'^ ^| 

gift of tongues and see' tho'd^HicuU Jl!"''»k 7tf^l'" l'"'* ^[."ti. ^""^ lI fi"'i= average of married and single ""el"--- 1 have just tried it out .." 

lies of cotnpariion, doclcniion, and 1 - beneath the weight %^i^„i^_ ^ ^"^ (oupic of New Engbnders, my " 






life's lessons ~ — — 

all life's bur- shadows of earth, 'The Lonely ^ 

lfa-i_ battles acquainted with grief, in order 

-■ " - - ..^...^niBss joyTof heat made cTtiiens of^fh^at qIadTeaIrr 

van and the glorious companionship inhabitants of which shall dwell 

of angels to become in the gloomy ever in the sunshine of God's \o' 






December 17, 1948 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Accent On The Academy 



"Memories" Staff Missionary Visits 
Presents Skit Daughters Here 

In Chapel Hour 




Alumni News 

po^ible only a piitral list. Because of 
Ihe shifting of medical personnel, it 
is indeed difficult (o have any true 
indcM IS to where they are presently 


Elder A. F. Tarr 
Speaks to Church 
On Southern Asia 

on Sabbath aflerrtoon, December A. 


Followine arc the names and ad- 
Benjamin, M-D..4710 Glenbrook Park- 
way, Silver Spring. Mar>'land; John 


standing the Indian people- He said 
m "^t h'-' M°"{ *'^''h°' '* '" ^ P'"^^'^ 
an^^et cm laborer m ihis m,w,on 


33 Wfi: Ashley Street, jackionvillci 


ail night (cadinp it. for the following 
the volume- hj^y." Th.rMi4n''rJ"« 

audience consisltd of only two people. 



™g"ato'° ""'^ "'"'■"""" '"' 3=i»="'"nrD,™ kf'i Tl,",d.,"!'o Music Department m D?t» w^ VXi'L.^trAn': 'm^' J'tTSiJu,.-'' '"" " 

News Notes Afademv Students '* ^*'' Known, S„„^j5^:y™|""MS^^^ c£«^"d' ^dit^.rlutai: 

/ItdUClIlV OlUUClllS W • 1 lo5eph C Hjyward. M.D,, 307 Soulh ievcnlh-diy Advcntists arc my bt.t 

° T c ri L Writer Asseits 

io Vrve Uiuich " , — — 



Academy Chorus 
Sings in Church 



Pnesthood Student 
Notv Iniolhd In 
Acadtmy Ileie 



Feed My Sheep- by 



1 /l<Mdetu^ ScHcofU- ^atCoiuietf, (^itM „^|„ ,.,,, .„j ,p„, , .tat ,„ 




Ingatherers Get 
Large Donation 



Srew up in OkUhomo,. 
Attended N.W. State College lyr- 
TauaVit public school i^ y^ 

BS. .n Bio. - EM C, 1940 
v1A.,n Bio- 
Poabody-1946 



It^ahlman ^; 

BIOLOdV 




.^TeoLcher at 
Kniijille Jr. flooi<Jcmy-'< 
Gobies Michigan Jr AcoJemy-iH 
Washville Jr: Aea<Jcmy-^5 

Came to S.M.C. in June 1946 as 
head, of the Biology Department 

(())_, Hobbies - 

Pl^otography and 
Wood Working 



rHE SOUTHEKN ACCENT 



December 17, 1948 



PneieniiKf /4e SemMi - ' Australian Leaves 

CHARLES CANNON and MANUEL CARBALLAL Fpiendlv MeSSa^B 

For SMG Students 




SOUTHERN 



'ACCENT 




EVANGELISM SCHOOL TO BE HELD IN ALABAMA 



A1S MeM Ut WaJu*,^i<»^. 2>. 6.; Holiday Season 
llttee 3>ele<f/ited. Qa ptam S.M.G. Enjoyed by Few 

(K,„/,„,iw) ""'"' "TiT . ma, „ii, .. con««u,ion At Collcgedale I 



Montgomery Chosen 
As Good Locatii 
For Summer Effort 




South Hall Lounge New M. V. Officers 
I Gets New Furniture Assume Duties 

c«,oy;,"jSB°of"s'oMh'H"'irjo: For fldniin;; Yeai' 



Handel's "Messiah" .M.'nu 
jiJ"'^ Sung by Chorus ^'j"; 







Resolutions Voted 
For Bible Majors 









ippks wilh whipped crcim 
almost as high. ■ 

"n'lhoush lh.,c wire only 






FuionmNiE 



" l"'ForS°ruJcnl looking fonvard Hlghlaud Pnncipal 



S iTdTvT,;™ rfiTLt "j;?." Accepts Position Vespers Conducted j..u.t is-m^ uii.o smuh. 

:E;SSi;'iS;''" On College Staff By^Pres. Wright ^ ' ' ^p" j^;;^t:j;i^ 



TH£ SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Fruit. Vegetables Spanish Cliih Holds Lynn Wood Hall 
Are Grown by Christmas Party Is Full of Activity 

'"'-•"'"'""="•'""""' ' OrSu"da-'Mo-":"g'= 



Special Department 



TrtMir^see [L Offers 
^iMiMsllurt' Major 



Book Keep 
Georgia. Confer* 
one. anj. one-half years 







i^ccent On^The Academy 



„.'S"" po^S,on'°Ip"j<''n.'''u?L''''.j"™i' Something New 
"'''°IS«^°lXtSlE"''}3, '" '''^ Library 






Academy News Note'. Last Year's Seniors ,./ jIVuS;^ noI'oZ, 

i", *,' ,' "X°t\' Are Here and There ™H„l)t"™^,'^°"''-' " 









r!n NMhnlk kC "»"'t'"""i l>"'<i'"l'"'' ""J fores") „S"i'" tmeniriii ' "Hir°m 
idi Cimille Holdcn l""''"> husbandry pre fort'sH) busi g^m m in^-tbt ml ib mining. 
.nd'"wm^o?°Pf«b!'n "o" 'auP"" ^™P<;"li.elj with Iht Col biwmcrmtdll't Lk^ 't ' ll l "l 



;4cadcmct Scacoii - ^avi^, ^loam conrtcnui 



Gems from the Pulpit 

I ij)mt Wc as a peopk lodaj 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



January U, 1949 



C)f343.afiiuHdu ^0^ Qiaina Definitely gc <^ 



NORTHERN 
Masculine ' ^|/(a,,tJ.., HIGHLIGHTS 



United Na'.loni Appo; 

sed agaWthe pane. 
10. but in Ihe U. S. , 



A Fable 



Vets News 







All vdCTjns arc nol only -. 









JirteLtZ",""nd'mZsi°i'ct Willi ^ ■.„ ,,,*V^'°;!°r?.„!,WMi. A I " Kl iV' "i,' ''■■', 

'n'^"'' !■ --f [' I" "( ■l-J'UC ICnlpGrflllCC DofQUiyl-epptrs, w^s a recent visHor mil iii...(i. I.i (.>.ii,l ,, n f!,,r 

vKhin wind, I musi complcle my cdu- HoUsmN Skjdmork is engineer Eit the Horida Sanilirium poor jnd n>.>^y-Cbmf 'nJnsDfi. Cito- 

,ition undc, the G, I. Dill? ind Hospilal, !,.„ Pidikr, und Mjrtlu Wood! 

.■i„.u..,-V<.-s. You must comnlcl. as irue suldier. of ih. coss we. as Wt^ «c,e happy lo have Miss Myrtle 

■our edut.U.on^uwtl»n^mnLjorj^from ^_„^ ^i ^ur Cl.riiti.in duly, ^^^'^^^^ Coll"^ wlbr^tf vi"t'Senl il"'th" 

ior:.,"': ''■::■'■■' ;:r;, L^tu^J.^lSai^^^^^^^^^ "To^^rSLpi^scdwahnhoii- Lyceum Schedule 



,.e of disdiarg. or term, "abit. We wouM nut inmK or o vn mg ^^^^^„ ^^^j^^,^j -February 5-Bef( Hariwdl. N.donat 

: W3t, whichever is b,ur or operatmg a b.e ver)^ J<;""^"r°/ f^om tL University of Tennessee , Audubor. Society 

,-„fr,.ni liipnh.fc i^ an article bv Ptesi- ThcR-fore he must befiin a course of "*■ "'"I'-- P"J;'"B ^°' """" ''"'L T' Medical School in Memphis, Ten- February F2— Academy Talent 

Jenl Wri'hMn Trwent WriSL;'^^^^^^^ education by J"ly 2^. l^^'- I""""' f f n=ss'-'^- S February 20— Girls' Open House 

.^.'."'c^d^il unuled ^enii!ic'nicnt°'in"this'"m"niier. put a random blending of fruit, ^■ege- l^, ' 



I,,, ,. ,,,. April 2— Open Nighl 

ins ,ul"l'iV April 16— Outdoor 'Pr 



Trust 






ihc- L-urt. Isnonmc In ihes. 
ino«c«far'ta™™m 






THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Pneietdimj, the. Senior Have You Heard Degree Is Offered Unusual Sermon 

ROSALINA CARDONA and ANDREW CHASTAIN AboUt Jollll Uoe J^^ [|j„^p EcOHOmicS Delivered Bv 

Beine on Black List r davu, h.nriksfn r» i* i ' 

Fi„, m.,„,. „ri,, mi„.„ ,„ ,h. Pastor Reckner 




Si"m '°«*v. "S "Happy New Year" 



„ ™uiiy "".ppSSt "b^ui "m, col- if L'°lm^^Utf acC J. "i' !'„°'J«'H™,^d4-'|™^ "nifc" nd i'hl i*""' ■ko*w'd''f«S"ii."™; Is CHapel Theme 

fau'lpj.'ihSlir^.mmpi^^^^^ SrhVhTS'^J^^i'lil'Xl more Sk w^' m V blomE'°i» 5,';'ij;„„^;5"*;';'.°' "" ''™"'' "' ™>»i"rM^^mor,,ta"\°°'h."™ 
ilod.nB L°i>'in"s' , B"l,°lor "r S .r;ck°pl,J'Smc["''And'"w te SL oV IreamTo? "iiiho™ plV"e "Pkotoioj ro,n,lure and ,000, di- ° •■HVprcsi/tcaid.'"'™,..,, 













nij "Mll'uVciSSo'i";' *.'""d fCpkin, m''B°w,",:'voo;™nj": A Day's Record 



=!a:^d';l„';°;™;rp"'!n'r h the Cafeteria Rol'hins Renews 

"V°LpT,Lkd .i,™p,isdii. Lo,sro...MN '48 At Collesedale 



Former S.M.t.-ites Evangelism School !f''4""i"£fi°«;^'%°/}°j"'i* Ss''".'iJ'£i'°,",''i"fri^°° m'"ioo5"',ci',"i™Ltr'',cu 

Heed Mission Call (c,.,»w /™ f„„ „ ««S3^^£2at££o £|£,^":;Xo"^ 'a,„Z;tl;CCu;;L 

rp O I » . Dt. Waj-nc MicFafbnd. tditor of little futroui-iis actoss it w'ith tl.e fo.k- Sixtvtliree L'iris is5i« with the '^°?'' ^^^^ ''^■'" '" ^""ounding tc 

10 south America iv/< -.j h^m, wiu u- »«, ih, 



in?eiu,S"ra"lirt'h°tc""ll I'o'hl^ Zo'lh'lik', °' bf'SttSonlci' ^^x'^t^l'^^SBj^i 

utici o'r",h"f«ult°Ttl'will 'r„'''„d''°h„"'iM'''coo'idl't"'mi"''lh" SE^ffiii'wlalfon"™''™'! 

oc.n ^ tp^o n oc^ooc , 



..,■5 b. caiibt.ttd b, nun, 
;'v,„hieht'bor">"(ot'ii'V 



I'teZ. lir (,;m,.?ll;,';f ;'b SS; S^Lif €£""1'^?^?^ ^nn^Tmll '.'"nl.tifiSj tt'r/ihan ^p^°rV™™,«=°'co™fe'E* ComiUg WorliShopS 

I5;l"i£r"""''''°" "''■''" ™'"'" "" """"'' """ '"''' °' About Mice and Men SrHifFLir'/JSx f'''""'"''-°=V°R'TL''°ES'." 

"ai^h".. ^:^|'!''i,';, l.n- , ■.,.„■ ^" '''O*'' inttttcMed in atlcndinn 1 1 rp i 11 'I the batcly, and a new hot wjtcr hiiilet m"!l "" ^'^T fnk^men I 

tt.i'Snf ,1. I),;!",; ^l;;.,;,;, M, ■«. ."nime, K=ld Sehool of Ivn": AUO 1 etraChlOride whi,h l, Jonnated to th. „nt„l heat- ^^,^Z\ Conf.r.nc I- 



5;^3J5£h;t;£ir;,ft^s Bihie 



address will bt Apart- 



■ attendance and April 4-6— Elder D. E. 




Southern Missionary College, Collegedaic, Tennessee, January 28, 1949 



Dixie Co-op Merges 
With College Store 
Effective Feb. 1 



New Art Course 
Is Being Offered 
By Mrs. Ora Plue 




"'rr,a;;:"; .... ™.a. ...1 .n Lyceum Presents IRC Club Sponsors Volunteer Society |' ' :i ', , J ;„, ' ; ' ;,: 

jble the Cdlcgedale commum.) to Ml'S. Lillian Smltll /ii i r, . U IJ => H D II Jn 1 liu t I, n br i!tl> to ll, t tik 

"'°SL^I"^'",!!2tkJ2i,!^"' L,ii,.t, snttth M„>,c„ of th. Chapel Sjinposium Holds Z-Uay Kail) ^ , , ,^,,^„i. sj. ,„t^,,^,b. 

"i < o op «., oti..o,Kd > i)a°m°5°os,.nrof'3,!: totUt ,°bmi Qu Worfd Affalrs ,h 



„ll, .v„ .r„n,„„d b, il» 



CSto'' to, Wo 
icbools pl.o pill 



° 00 '3 


da, oiotog J, 


"t'Jd.ol 




tTOtt,. „ 


Sn'^ 


toldb, t.olot 


r,rr 


thought pctno 
Camilk LIo>d 


ored b) Ihl r 
(h Mensing prese 
people in (bt war 






fUTUflEVOIE 



Dr. Frank H. Yost „ ^' , ^ :?",." '?' "'" ~~ 

I To Hold Workshop :; . :; L'; First -49 Senior J''^^,*;; J^^?.' 

On Church History :„, , . ;,,'„- Completes Course ?> f^ ,\f''' 

Dt r„„k H Yost Uiociat. idito, tlut .oold o.rc ™ ,nu, ,, i ■t.utioo p|„|,p l „.,„^ tb.oloe, m„or . ,> Al C AVailaOle 5^ 

w^'^^wZSw.!", d'c^SI Oakwood Stiidents ';7lyr'\r'S''t" h" "« ' c s^''^ j." ' \' 

I S^iiToX"t'iL'dt™>3'i-'hopo" ^™" f^aiitatn Here "°j,';"'v"„l!;,'i';„ tm,..d . t,ij to ,» v g d c" '' b' 



CIdti tbin Afttr 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Hjeioluiioti Jm file/xi Semeite>i 



A Modi ^idcawUeaui eMoLit 



Definitely NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS 
Masculine si>kcai,j< 






;5°(o them. It iJ 






Lhc o-htf nigiil > 
bnd djmbcd ii 



Mails Are Used for Good WiU-Maybe! *rv:'irp«°.f,;f ,1',; 

11........™ ....1 ,wh„,h«o,Ip.ilis.) 



-- i!i^°£S3;Bs -^"l^"" Alumni New s 



^ ^:™>^w,,h ,hc kn...lc-4. of ,h. .^KaXttsJ 






d Flyal hj, ..Ji, !■ 



M.V.'s Challenged to j"d\ta«''.r',„°g„^'!!.''„r'Sd, 
Temperance Work """;"* '^'^^ his amorous touriin^? 

I Surel). no ont will Lvcr be able to till 



"h'o'jrc mltiotc 


Is - 


iris tiosv the), en 
cllghifid. dclcetabl 


=SIl! 


Excha 


;',r.r"f;Lc' 


*'"' wZ 


itted rj'heb w! 


ost forgot. I 


senS"brN.S.I^S»ih 


n ntighbotlioodi 


ning ,ctu 


i''£°E?'!i; 


IIS 


Eixf^Srj! 



tlnulng hi! kltcr Oti; writ, 
vent by Cocoa, Florida, and s; 






ange 



""""" """ '" '^ '^'"""'^ Lydia J. Kester j.sn'o.t {Xh?lJ^.*'SL^^^^^^ wTi!r^v^i7'^'^"°''ii'^ '' 

«T M.' T* I W/ 1 r" I Currjui will rtiiLiin tliiniig lilt coming mighl 1 just add this nolL- r 

I esting I ime Is Welcome Guest -^-"i- '- "-^■k .. "-'i^-- f«r ^r^- <^r..uhaion. on <i,c binh of 

Uncovers Poet At Girls' Home rl',m"^^'lll™t,T;'';?J''Vr ''"*'"' ""^ '"'" f-^-" ^-'^ \ 



ecply enriched 

Ld- fr'^m'"!^*^ ^* ^" ■' ' will fear t " ' ' 

rht SL-lkr of Purple.'' written by Everj' day Kussii saps ntw 

Ju^ipliiii-Cunnington Edwards, which from satellitv nations and pi; 






THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Tobiassen Speaks S. S. Teachers Cows WUl Loaf "Grandma" Goodrich Has Attended 

I To Schoolmasters Hold Meetings When New Shed Sabbath School Ninety-three Years 

At Monthly Meet ^^^'itS^'ntl"*''™ Is Completed n-i' 






bbi.i5stn tmph3Si;td tl 



'" pSmor Tobus.en, .ddrrainj te J.'^^ ^^f*;;,* jSi, ""hoJ'/Ku'S Farm Purchascs 

'lrinwrSncro''''hicl!".s"ro'oir« """"'^ ' — ^^^ Dodge Truck 

S'°mi;i.r'le?pI«'3°''tol'p«ato Oakwood Names bJrdra"™/d°b-iterouoffcI',', 

S' of 'MLjism'blcndid '"'Jh LeCtUtC ScricS r„"'knoi *" '.tat d"|!.Mn 

biltcr ideolo«iMl md f'^'W"''^^": p D £ T< I o^vns a new Dodge truck, a 

"'b"r «.r oA .he domworof * •>•' "roi. 1 ucker » T"":i,'°°b. ,00 hi v 

Sons men.'"""''""' ' '^"" ""'" on?rf'to''l.au!e''i„S' m''ho„"o"'ot Im!rp;ife lL°o°^o'.lK'n™!™d CoUcgC Church 

drn'oT'oikwooj"™. ',°n";i™ao, !','" ifio"";. '" '" "" ''<"•'""'■ Complctcs PlaHs 

Hagans Leaving; l^^'Z-'::f S ^p4 m„.,^^M.o' ».„,.., For Memorial Park 

-,, PI ^1 liie tdiKHionil line rjther [hjo the Dr jnd Mrs. Ross Hughes recently 

Shoe SIIOP LlOSeS l,,enn, in,, S,. 10 csh. Icture, „e ,d the "Bodd,- Bosses, Eld., j .,„^, 

I pcc^ cj.h ,,,,. The, .,.c no. t„„„„ H„«„d w„ formerly bus.oess ...n- ^.^^ ^ J^^ , '^ ,1,^ „„ll ^ 

CtjmNM Vi'MKiNM.N .„ the lo.cl* A loctc, Li.lores ..jer here. ^,^,|l_,_.j ^,^,^„„^„ ^^^^ ,„, „,^ 




more. Sad m:»s^ijr^S.M^C-,ttt^^B.r M jOtUtaii <M XUtB 1 Jteit Soif 






-Lneyand, 


.fts. Hagan's t 


feryone jjh buljnte 

iffspring your best 
; he will she's entire 


frit-nd or room 
ly too noisy, d 


"^s tb"tt' d 


Lrtilos 


etX"'! ""flik"'" 


nonln' 11 


"1 lE'%; 


by loeJ .csidr 


fspcings aroood Hi 


n,",":i • ... 


nrenity- 


''^- 


' '" 


/Iceetit 


an tAt. 


/ieizeUtM^ 


- - 




ior Sketch 


""" '"" '' 


News Notes 



id I hive to fio down the hall sinj;- 'l"^ Collegcdak church '''c college 

g the Old Refrain-sbsh-sh."— Rutb , u ,h*,''"?"",^!!'rt on.!'o„n. .n,i D 'J i' A'J 

pioger [p.cious local,", should b^secorS rreSldCnt S AlOC 

,d,",°s°E'°"d"' olr sTod,"periodra!e '°'Th™th''°'tr"generosity of the (Not TrUmBn's) 

:..|. , i.l, ■ li l!»nc- Heosoo lanVcootaio'lng two a.ro' running ^l\\^% AfaoUt Job 



9»«rf /««« tU PulfUi l^.^'^jS^slenft-dTwitti! L7l"n3?ftcSft'h?SS 









3 



mphithCciR-r, «i.l,j^cnllv^1 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



CHISM AND CLAYTON 




Tentative Plans Jfmie IfoM &oe>i 'Kied tka 'leUfJtone.? \ 

For Science Bldg. ^ken, l^ AU Meani, Read lUii.! 
Are Presented '""' 



, op>n? tinyonc 

Ijinj! (There «. 
inly TOraly.four phones in Ih.l bmU- 



"Opet.lor." Or she mifhl 



bo.U.oj ,. Georj,. Colon... lyle m ^JJ j j„,| ^^ ,„j „, ^„„,.^ „„, ,,, ^, ^ ,„ 

jn L-shape I. eomplemenB ihe A & ^,(,^^| ^j^J j^ ,^^.^,,,^ j^,,,, , ,^. ,„„, ,^ ,,,,„, 

Djoiell, memond l,bn,0'. b"! h.a ^^^ ^^ p_,_, , ,^ p,^,^„ s,,„.„, „„-, .,^ l„,y^ ;,„, .j^^, , 

' ,.''li.i°°« '' r ™nJ The out of bed yet? li P.esideot Wright the board when the sitcn , 

with Jxah Jlooo jBoye groana ine ,„ |,|, „B„i ^hen •dlMfcs ta he Sre. It lights op like the 



''L!nm'.V":„[!rrUs'"rrMn!" 'l"t',"'num. ThTT^riJ"^^^^'" K^is^ BdT' ' [''"""''"'^'iT^'d'i'a'nced'chemii't''' qitcsti"os^'thar Lve'^b^eO Lked'Vhe was" moved' from the AdminTsulIl'o'n 

tuuM,i mJ IjMfufi ^ Jm ""'-'"^^ Clayton! "oi,r'"!eo,o"r"dasi sreretar,' fab. chsT'rMm! ;torati"'Joom,'''offic2, "'"£" "'^t"™;!,^""^™?" '"''' li'ail'' A 1*^17 wl" h!'t°afrj7" 

'"h»l,""'lla. ra'iiertJ them' "'"" Ij""', '","jS ' fmn"°iv>r'°sl'' Ute S"o dfanmei 'tnSin'^a^gei °'ftrhaV°you"°""'™'°wo"nX'ed what sommct foi sending telr^gt'am," The 

„„!'Z',5r*',n'"h*i" toit'al'home *"^d''^JdeK\l'i1hisihffiou '"''''''"" ''^"''"rad'io aS'lTec't'rk d'jn Ssw" y'om calT as prom'ptly' as sla'Ls "and' threrlmnk 'L,'"!',', 

hi's'ImbitiorTis'to^ be^'reabied this When asked about her plans for departments 

summer when he and Mattie will begir. '^^^^'^'^^^^'^l'^^^'^'^'^. leel^re'raom of'I'hTarl^'hitte.t'er'r''' Wrigllt AddrCSSeS Mr. HartCr TalliS 

^"nthiS Ild"tZ*r;ii2' for ^mricolarSilies Xh aSord". ft™.* ™ms''*d'fwo tloTk'rioms" City CivitaH CluL ALoUt DaUgHter, 

""'""""^?-^«—- !!%!J^^ ~^in^B<^ J^'S'triiri^r'^ Not About Work 




aks iiet eteellent ton- (t|(. (ortage adjaeent, Sunday, Feb- 


to do. bu 


Wright sai 
Wjitasai 


, what you do 

d'tha?rioeatio°r 
; classroom, "be 

i'rrally wants tt 


repUed" 
1 daughte 


.■'i'"-'"!'"' !'".'*''' Seminar Officers 
Report Progress 



For First Semester 






WittSchiebe Speaks Future Teachers ""„";„~„-~;;;;';S'The7olTe'"e 1,'.' .',;a'r'munj"ri"'h0e"i>rs" '"" Ma,ie wm be veV musleal be;.u- 

On China's FntUre a AlVarderl Pin« uplS 'di"s'ion"mWs'terial VudeoU "prSdent Wright' .ebled'how there when e.lher of Ihem plays tiae piano 

rtl C /\*VdlUCU 11110 1,..^,. „„„,.i,„a inrs.nvimiii-lv fiftm-n ,.,»,« r,....r (..s.^nh. in. In-d students nn she sleeps tight On thtough. 

At IRC Meeting . ,,, ,„ . "ySiZCTE' weekl, Thrsal campus Completing from th. —^ — ^^ 

ni.Lv Mcitimsot. At Uiapel Service meetings. first grade primer to ; eollfge degree. NEW ART (Co„ii„„„/ /ro.« Me I . 



e college olfieials belies 
learn is by doing— ob 
eed that "The devil tem. 



spwkct tominucd. ■■lilt only v/.iy \W 


iKdJ^t'L.l s 


uprrinlcndcnls of 


iS— 


' nighl.' Jan 

■aS'rlii' 


o'a°,; 2K Miss Giddings 
""m,; Xo Visit Campus 


both domg village s 

phony doting the iii 

offer words of appr 
) RittTnhou"- Ill's gi", 

le enthusiasm! iVlSks* 


eandSteensl.Jl 
:n loyal »i^g"' 


, "I day' Advenlisls i, 


,„/,„„„; /re 


Smessij: if SaH'isii;.?i';;is 


only real opportunity to share yoi 
;. but on- fonim of youth's pmtil..i: > 


- ; ■Vr,„,gh his 


,ifn°t!j'lo''BJet 




Southern Missionary Ccllcgc CcIlegLdak 



EDITOR REVEALS YEARBOOK PLANS 



Home Ec. Sponsors Harwell Presents 
Demonstrations on Nature-Logue Here 

Cooking With Milk .„.s;irH„.'.i"r,v, ' '' ^MM r^ %\i 



:.„\tT4™lnu,uy;'.V;c*£,^ :£?p°?k~\!;i'SF!;f''„'."l',, Education Is Key l^entland It lis 

. .'■^1 1 X.!!^!i ..^.rl^Yll,^^ ^n Tm,I homt With Ihc bud and ihL ijiiiuj i> rri /^| 1 1 1T« /^i , 1 IT 1 

..hJoZlar,, .'k*,.!,.™,, I,. „„,, ,1, u,io.,d .„j ,1,. phi lo Global View, ()t Signs Woik 

';l"' "' ' I >"'j Bates Asserts ^ 




Md;;'*'i,. .liA „ 


^ 1 . 1 ' ' ul ll'jttT 


pcopk. 01 Ihe Mor 
ih.jlobil„E« Colo 

ilIiooIs lold in oud 

ficull) jnd students 

ipeiKio), « guts 

Im phrlovoph) thL 
to nlLcts Iho iiilih 

rtitbc"'ndTl 'V 


aoltq 


1, 


s '^^'iiin IS "■iiij^'H 


Yost Lists Rules 
Foi ( hr islians 




itincut) of Iixj! s.gn.ficJiHi. «er 


1 \ Ills K(pOlt^ O 


Glj<j Works 


d','°f™' 11,°° m*""? "f i|"''d"'» 




First Snow Causes 





riiiiinniriiK 



Miniature Uproar ^^^^^ g,^,^ Refmii (ut Semeiieti. /letuuiiei 



(Bl lii^.aS 'Lt Jitot felt >ot) l,Tpj'r°tliulK"LnJ Ont'n'Vtonl ol Fcaturui also on Tttd. 

'™"l'Pl""' "l>0"t th,, BL1,^ARD thi polpit WIS J |.ria Jisk lili de f^f,™" '„" J^o'S' MSl' 
"1 the fnorning onlj to be booTd") co'iron" of Collegedjle and surround mints of the sermons preae 



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Se^uuiuui <U t&e Btd . . . Definitely Uf QJou'ts NORTHERN 

Masculine ^|/(«,,£^... HIGHLIGHTS' 




Sedai pamu TOiiUi luc "JfUi. Sj^- TOtiiU - - """AtodiZine dub officm for one SnhflipC »' fflrhcipt ;';L?°s°whi'',C^T°'"" '"''"'■ 

' * ^*"" ° hZ'"n'p™rup';iLm'b,°*»liog ?"„,,f'";i*',"''°of'"h,r^™tl,i; mo\")^hl",^mv„'';o",'','l','"'h,'„ 

,;, "\j""" ° """'™' I: . M, IVss Apari- Fi„a||,-, ,„J ,„ hsi, Jl i, done .„„ 

n'ir''lk°™!'.'i"i'5'shto'''''''' "•'^'' °'»d'"j"dl Maihm, ba>e Tilto^SI ,l'^"Yns"' ■'"'' "°"''' 
fainil) Lidk' Laro luVcomcTo — 

ur. frank lost b,„,,,„h„_ o„. ot,b.,eH„ Alumni NeW5 

¥ • . T^ ¥\ » membtrs( ) of Uiai famdi has bten 

Lists len UOS ■" ll.c Jmsp.la] „„<. rancda, ^,",","0™" 

;™uu"i T°]K. 'tould" .o''E„ * '^''*^ GiddingS °cvcSi^mn!p"c!'s"'ma,', ,'„. ' 

"'Ti'Sd 10- » do ,a,h rhing To Return Here ba,'''*;'!,",'*' '"''".'"■ " 

"'^'''I'lirLmrolrJ.r'df,' ^^^^ '^^^^ Year ;rcX~.k,Iii,"a*'of","r,b'*,:' 

1 : .j.ia„ai,,.^mo,.ibo,o„sbi, °i;';™£' j;7j^j;.;';,°J''^4"|\«'"^^ rd''slidoThC"";b5'S"'',il;,',.,, 

l'.'":',ld"£°k'',o°'brmore kind tnmiis°lo'b'i-, d.»* h°"rni-«rfa'n: of^-bonl ont hnndr.d AfJ U;'d;'",,: 

, ".dJ U- fi.m In ,n, con.ic nm^Wor. toBMo'in'SibT'l'ta SnZtalT ™™lf ""and 'fanSJ, 

, .• .„nupfa in „c,da,. Ihing. Unnraiyrf MMg" in Ann Arbor '^^'J, *>i "^j'*!;"; '^l^^'^ZZ. 

i-..,.!^ .,.,'," .arrfoll,™" """'' °" WaJ,niSlon,DXj.wl«rl.,b1ha/u,!.o ^"^jVirTl,™": ""' "' "" 

302 SMC Students HSrlHH "!;?""''"' ------ ■^^,' 

Take "Ministry" >ot'."^'y;•a^;'^c'nra,l'";''',l:. ',.,,.,,'. ,,.:_i„ i„,,i 

To Set Sul). Rcccird ":3J~?,,;;/"y"p; !'°',''," ''' i'"'>™no"'n»i'oi'<>i»r^-'-' 





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^.umiiuA &Mk. S&}i*t SecMd SewMtex ^ctiifitiei. ^ '^ Students Madison Doctors 

~— Are Privileged Visit CoUegedale 

Spanish Club Holds ■— '^si^ »' ■'llliinij ^° ^^^^^ Liquor 

Annual Banquet 
In Dining Room 



mdustry. The ampaicn to dry up ^"^^^^ jL' "'e vesp<t service. Friday 
ihis conmy wis ver,- eHicienUy sorted "'"'"«• .P',.™"'';, ""S "°P'" *= 
by tlie W.C.T.U. of Chatijtrio.j °"" " "» Temple," 

We at Coltedale are orMleeid Dr. Gant is a Mlow of the Ameri- 

Physieiaru, the highest 




M,„dt''ed°°thr'ipBA.rrTr™'i?o UsHcrs' CluL I.R.C. Elects 

°lS'''c",S,''Totene Gkin aod Elccts Officcrs NcH Officersi 

""l^'oTspaSsh 'lud,'"'*™ iht Ushers ciob , soot of thtn,o,t Plaus Agcoda 






Do loirr part by helping 



Academy IVe«'s Notes 



,' "and^'Mr's Gleo"a"°Goo*d°ie''r ty'pe 'r°.)lKi°.e "liinj eM>'ritnc"d sor, treasurer athnne laoserasso,, AcadcmV SeuiorS 

„,st andirtactnesersree Tl,e second t) pe "" ''"'1 t'"" I I'J Gra.cs J 






cople Herhtjbb) .s music and sj 



\p\xX\^:A^"i^ 


"mc 


s,;',d'Hc;.', , . . 


or ,":i 


Hi 


VaLn'"';re,t'tmg ^ 


^ aa^^'^'aSSclwc m!v"" 


Warren Rdta club president 


and 


Plans ..c being m.d. for tlit r. 


on Ihrs 


nult'e, 




^HHUfe^ 


aral help to the members som 


h"3 


Wnjht u dl'' spiritTht' J'r^Z 


3 


the pro 


cam on April 16 


Pi 


'^tBs^ Z 


.2 


iic^il>o"i'nduJid for^bi club s Tmol 


shaping 


°iu" 


II l,i£l,l.tl,t the pro 


■^1 


X\'"d. r£i ^c^lwTfor.'Zi 


"in 


Stamp Qub 


lund II 


Nes. 


m 1 rc^,o. ol tht 




10 d sph) Miiished prQ|eiH in a fea 
'nl'h V^ be sponsored bj the 

Veltman Elected 
J It it (Klit monthl) meeting 


,eid 


»illcUcr^'or«.lh'tbc'((^'|^'f"i^n°o 
1= officers and members looffuworll. 

Alrcad) planned arc stamp auctioni 


Wcel. 


Mor 

si 


and Geocpc AsliloLk 

cas Tuesdi) nif,hl j„ 


B4 

Winifred McKee 

^c ate glad to wckomc h 

LgidJi Acadcm) untU tl 
ihc went to Washington 






lis .hlhle^l s.i.h lor cfampli be on the go and kno« sehal is 
11679 ™*;g=,^j,'l,j','*',^^'' ,;~'-"„j ,?mI "die" taking the 




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QaUI/vmia WeatUe^ ^uuUUf. Heacttei 'JetutzUee. <uti GolUtfeiiaU - 




Pleijentitt^ tk& Settioti 



ARl. CLOUGH and CECIL COFFEV 




Mensing Speaks Here Is More WBAC To Carry 

To Seminar Group About John Doe Student Broadcast 

,,„*!"" ,'„';.u',:;.''/K''M„u'i, 'S'n' And Priscilla Prim »»'S«'-ii" i'Sir 






I 



■r 



.„ .IL,( ,*>t,ue«ilt W bit™, 
d""™ i,n'dc,a3'..h, I ,,m 






New Students h\ST^if°°'Lok"l:ik^2l^ Hill'", "Zi\"£7^,^T°ba 

1 :^ - ■ >;: Uut.iion T°,J"jbk''e ' lndi.„.. "bo, A-ln,: donrb^il. "colkgrp"L "n 

'■ .]' '..' , ',■ ' ': Tftdiioit^, t^iacifi. "„"''',?„""[,• ,i,Vo'„''*i,'''':, ' 



lifihlly."— Elder C E. doublcdly c 





™™"* 


«-h,cK please send ou- 


rafh"rmLl'''ii 


« SOUTb 


ERN MLMORIES. Tht price for 


(N. 


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lind^'wiuioMii Ldl'.nd";, Nelson and Scriven' I. R. C. Presents President Wright JSLoroScTudtaeian profe,,, 

S>n"i,crS*eoid"f.s°°"aii ">°"kd Week of Prayer Palestine Film Reveals Change N^^Sr/on's''''"''*''^''''"" 

of Ma Jc Jonc M ° 1""°"'"" Eidra L. M. Nelson and « A piiJ"™^^ rfTmi Wm Ih CoUege Day al''Zl°°m L'^ ^imt^'^Sk'^L 




Tn^L Hall ''Ta""^ Woncn 5 Rlsi £!der Nelson recently assuniLd his enpinL of )Our automobile ' H. 'stated ^^^^^^ ^Jaf^'^ "for^ ^u p'eVs'unda'" "^^^^* AcCrcditatioU 

teiZ'd IHiisH'Es'Hi ;"i«-'"° E^"°"'""'-""J''"'' ^ji^j;; O". <■« -""-■'-' '"^^.rnJ^'SLTcVnj.ti:;' 

'n.tn'-,,, :;X!'Z:;'%'ll ;'7'Ui™;e"ai,*.'n7l*et°a° teepSt "rf '?he'''Te'nt,ti -."i, "u ."'I'f' ' ' > \ tn n^S Vijes a^\eo°™l,j 



Cliapel Singers 
To Tiuir Florida 



#« ^1 r^ivii t ? 



'"ffselt'ootl'tttnl 



fUlUREVfNIS 



^ 



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rjfOjouis Definitely NORTHERN 

^Ha..^. . MascuUne HIGHLIGHTS 1 



livo! of countlcii numbers In 
in vain. But what aro we doir 






" ^cce^" s^fi^^^^^€4- s^w^^su^ 'y"'^H'''^£",^.a>''oiu","X'; 'l'''^irViH"onr*'t' 



.f Chrlitopher P Crai 



lite ind pint il 



BuJij .. (hL K.ntuck, Jts 



SouU to (ouls can never teacti 
What unto themselves was taughl 



had bc(n nt, 

hadnolsM 1 






^^ t^ P.wfiAet V ^ T^€*tm<ua (^Ame^ 



r trj lo i,o to ilt 



Pn.ei&fiiifta the. Senior _ - - 

K!'! i i. ! »,i \< il ..,,<! iliANNE DOUSETi 




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Secretarial Class 
Leads Professional 
Graduates 



Alumni News 







s."°l 


(C, 


Z 


ne group b)- the 


Mar>- a 


di" f 


„,1, 


oirc'Si 


"'in ,efe 


£" 


d; ■■ 


type of music 
Chapel Sin(;ets, 


™P" 


.d.ad 


ne°" 


™rrii 




ll? 


;:? 


J""„"L''?'iii 


lonymg 


"d£ 


m"" 


zlrjz 


Sophomore 


Officers 


soptamo 


,--* 


UBh 


jiir"" 


SpTul"! 


H' 


fro 


.'jfroJi-zX 



Foi raei Student 
Accepted at Emoii 



^^ a'nrounred. ^ "°° ^^'^' ' Grandpa Wcst 
Pipe Organ Honoi ed on Seventy- 

Roin^pnatpd Fifth Birthday 



Voice Class Press Apartments LLpud ai hil Emorj un s^r. t) m t i 

^Irit^i.T'.Sr.;"™''™^"'', Are No More ?™ ,p°p'i'™is n "n" j Ep°M ,■• 



number of additions 






FLORIDA YOUTH'S CONGRESS BEGINS TONIGHT 








STUDENT SENATE PLANS 
FOR COLLEGE DAY EVENT 



ACCENT 1 Dr. T. W. Steen 

jalLjtes tne yoLng people of -^ r" 

ItL Yol' , con,,'.T,".iL°h Returns \ rom 
t°o"pe'c"i'r"po?.r,.'Cdl'„" Education Meet 



Tuition Awards 
To Be Given 
Acadcnn Senidrs 



College Seniors K°o'?Mi;S°rrlh""he iid, 
Are Presented SioT"? ik^\ Mmi™,™, 

In Chapel Session IriEVsEiysiilft 



,omc sin? H..0 yoii cro.,cJ the M ^^^'i,^'" ,t°id- Ch«i.t Fbhtino T'Sin' solo'",- Donald l""\v"t. S'"*.Sin^°£.rL^''^IlT>';' The n.ma of these nominees p, 
S„ of b.pl,sm? H.ve yon gone ™""o'„™;' l-H.IST I (OHTINo □„„ p q. Ri'llenhonse n,.de the S Ito Ln tt^ L„did S vioo.l, svete annonn.^l .t the lime , 

Jpw?d'dL"'!f'iSe7or.rp:S , 0,,.,. ,o„de.ce„sion n.e.ot mote fo™, c,„s p„en,j,i.. ^„ .,„^^^^^ „ ,„,. J^itL'-'-^.t;?, "j '—rl^/nriSi. b.s, 



fs became susnidous 












Usm;; his Miractive prophi-tic charts 


[Ci>,ili,w.^ o„ />.,ge A) 


3. good taste 

4. tlicmsclvcs 

Dorothy Evans s.ing "Scnice" by 


year study of mental testing whith 
his just been completed by psychol- 


Committee; Cecil Coffey, chairman. 


Campus Cleanup 
Is Thorough Job 

Students and faculty members ufiitei 

Vwm several hundred yards back o 
tile campus proper to Apison Pike 


Gaitens Resigns 
Academy Post; 
Sorenson Coming 

and will 'll nHh' nm us" a?'tb'^.''"b 

Mrs. Myrtle B. Watrous, who ha 

(he librarj'. She enpecls to alten 

Miss fli^lty Brooke, i graduate o 

return .is English teacher in th 
academy and to teach English method 


Sunday night program, ushering. 
Mondiy morning, tours of Indus- 


and brush, raked leaves, picked up 
loose objects, and, in general, '■cleane!] 


Dr. Ambrose Sulirie 
Returns From West 

quest to the student body during the 
chapel iiour, Monday. March 7, giving 


Dr. Steen to Head 
Summer Session 


"'"' '^fcZL.J ... ^.,g. 4) 


Under the eencral direction of Wal 

Sludcnl Senate, The work was donc^n 
Rroiips—rwenty to (liirty students ani 

and lisiened to specific areas. Las 








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TOeeii J>i "Pnazfen 



)ody Ihe SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Definitely ^/ <!/- - , NORTHERN 

*t; Masculine J\Kai'dA . . . HIGHLIGHTS 



A prophecies wtilch mate us a Jenor 
ably, the part Advenlist youth will 






z.::. rir5;i^=uf1:?u'5r..f:j^h'^r"sr:^ '^^BEiiEiz^^i 3.,rs.iS>£:;i";.^ ^£ki^s%SP^ 

y^-Z/^^a T^ ^,, _ _ _ . ^. i'"".".^-- '.^_.'^. °!':l,?l'' .l^!!l'' boxes, decorated wilh bwutjfu! roses ,„ red ptncil. This committee was 




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f'7j& A'cioetUit -^awt' iA V leMtieeC Om^ gtcudaitd Statuu, Student Recital Home Ec. Quizzes; 

Presented to Public Plans Meetings 
By Music Dept. ■o.J^-'lwZaTXL^, ,iod 



\'S^ 2- "fff- &■ SttidaiU it 'RaiUa SiaacUaiiiHf 




"fffc VETS NEWS Foreign Panorama ^IS^A'^il^X"™ "^.'^'"riff^ 

™ic >,. B. c.M«E.Ln Given by M.V. ;Z<.rS,-"ta''SL'^''S "&/v™ Vto/U'y i.Tof 

bnd P.to- For *, v«mj, tnrelline i" ■ B™o„, Orel R.», and M.,a,n f" „*S,rE"„'om!c,'ciX''pS 

!olo..nd ,cho.l of „gh„ iBicn.nE, to. >,o A pn.„m„ of Ih. ro,;,j„ 6,lds Ddlo.v. C, liS' S^^ v^,, P^SfJ, 






■dgn appjrd w.u also displiytd by ^^.^j 



S-"h;';t+.""'i' "v''''''"'l'rS Academy Seniors of 1 949 . . . 

;' ' ' I'l^n. Ind" JOYCE GOGGANS, WAYNE HEIBERT and SAM 1 




Sam is a native son Of Tenociicc '"'' 


aod.nl; and hil p<-l ptTO 1. Ccils. 


CluIlanoogJ. His litsl fout years of 
school were spent in the East Bidgi- 


JKk 


next lhr« years were SMOl in public 
school, rtlu.ning then lo East Ridge to 
.qradujte fiom the eighth ctade. He 


P 


'"•'cFBl^SlL 


\^l 



;o. ire plan! lo slaidv 




While in School 



o place like Collegcdak to Education in New York Unis-eisity he religion in one way,'" Elder Nelson 

me I apnrecrate so much the many played an important part in the annual said, "but it is li;akmi; out itt other 

Christian f'nendships made here with meetings o( this Association. places." He listed some of these as 

''■'■■'" ' '^" ^ c-.^c. „|„g f^^^ Babyion, r ■- 



Earn Your Honors !,',rsj,5' th.'! wiViftSfSum ™7£t!ida,°T'wrb"'il°° lie Sot Stat r^SsIc"' ""'"■ """' ^"'p^aenfS"*. w.', 

Arc ou mlcraUd in cocational ''"'■''' ""' ?'"""' ™™"" '">''•"' '•"' '""">' P"^"'"' ''" Th,nJ„, Eiruruj: Thu Comi»; ^""JX^stni'hfi's^oni'r' 

JE"-!' l" 1'°"" '■" '"•cnli'stcl^ CeT'l '"reran on' tm 173'^ President k'a'wcI ht'in s eafcin ■ a ™' ^c^'hTJm'i^t^s^J llil'S oTNetras'k.,''.'""""'" " ''" """ ' " 

SMC f ,h r n a°fciendl,'a!idd'cpendaUcstodem We Wednesday ecenine at 6ll5 o'clock Tliis brief sermon svas followed """rda'ton to the doors of life o 

lo^l^SLsTiU ■nmmai'lia h esc sou '■"°" ''" "'" '" >"'"='"' '" '"' emphasiied the fact that nobody else by rinsing testimonies of victory and jj^,], „^^„, everything. Tliose ivl. 

'imm '"'"" "'"" '" ""' """ "" '" e"n do the work God has planned for decision by a large number of the |,5s||„j ,„ ,,5, ,'„j »„,„ „,,. Joe 

Acconnlioo BonU ecomu Music !H^f '— '""'""'■ Christ has opened for them are « 







COLPORTEURS HOLD 5-DAY INSTITUTE HERE 




louthtrn Missionaf; College, Colkgcilale, TeiiiRi-n-. March 25, 1945 



^s. 9'^- -ma^,- £./«,.. STUDENTS FROM MEXICO 
^"^ ^"^ '"^ *""^ PRESENT MUSICAL LYCEUM 

Return the Visit 




Institute Results ACCENT Receives Made by S.M.C.ites 

In 75 Colporteurs Congress Report Tliree Years Ago 

For Next Summer speoal RcpoRTmi daniel chavez 

r„..,„ r „„,^, HisMighltd b, mmiL- .nd slorits of A group of .luJcnls mJ Juo, 









&m.ni!°.'llj"Aoi"ij'!''vhe,c^hc''dTd Padtlock Speaks .,o.ilcndinceof.bootiiEl.iisiodcois J'^'^j'^^J™ '"a '"('Cir,' 



Oakwood Group 


Hl/'ii 


\lt^tr£t ™£1 


"" ""' ""'"'■ 


Here April 9 

Oakwood College, Huntsvillc-. Ala- 


,■": ; ' 


' ' '"'Si!! —5' 


ay (he publishing 


'hy evening, April 9. at 8:00 P.M. 




' !';i"S is^S 

Now thouuodi are picfe (he s 


^B:^"; 


..ogmg *o 




rbc possibilily 










nrcsentcd by 0.ikwood College litre 




wk WIS oo ^e campiu In addilio 


n to [be books 




jttcoding th 




e'°inlr'iluteJ^ib 




(Co,./ 


,„„l m, f.ijr •!) (C»» 


,»,J orr M' t 


Douglas BenncH. They my be pur- 










/^'^ 








#S^ 










The receipts of llie program will 




U '^&.^# ^ 


-M^M ' 










Day. This is a special gift from the 
-vm be' adukl'Twent5,'d.il5'rcn"^ 


V 
A 


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AWi tt u 


Montgomery, Ala., 


M 


Ij^pJA 


m^||m 


To Hear Oioir 

The Chapel Singcfs hjvc added to 


E 
X 


^^S 


if'^W 


rrogram to be given in Montgomery. 


I 


^j^^ 




for lilt ,hoir to begin their trip a day 


C 


^ K^^iis 




III nirmiiij-ham, Tuesday night, AjJtil 


^ 1 


fenHT^'lw]^. Hi 






I 










^^^^^^^^^"tll^L^ 


mi Group LoH 


(CoiiIhiiieJ on page A) 




Kd„V.. •-' «"»" ""■'•' 





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^ ^.end S-cwtce 



Definitely ^/ ^ou't^ 

Masculine ^''t^ 



NORTHERN 
HIGHLIGHTS 



d.ll.ite ,pinio„'th,i ., . °..Jt ol Im -. «.J„d h,.,d S.l.rd., nisM, '"J •""•pi,.-. ttJ ,b Uil, ou„ No ^, ^,^j^.„„ ,„ „„„d.„c^ nudtnl, f„„, i„ ,h. h.U Sund., nighl ,, „, 
, »umb„ ot SMCil., will ,..l 1. d. ,.,vi„ .outh .( Ih, border. ^"I"," p"n> >"ll b! uUn ""r "lo Ji.' '""' *'„ ™™2iT„ 1" rkli lb" d,tl"ou't J jj,,"'*'"'"" '"' 



StueUat "pjmuttt 



/ Ihey do, whether 



whereby luggeilions from itudents may be vo 
i that the Senate is not representing the inte 






d P.imon ,s 1I.C phihn'hropra 
rani.onsly jov, ihc money 10 rc- 
,0 disk pbyer I, w» don.lod, 
,r, Ihroegh ihe dormdor,' ,m- 



grou, and with progreis thor. is ihango. There is no le.el of edooalioe where ""'] " I 

one does jomotling only booee.e he is told to do so. The admiriislration has ""'" °°=- , . 

recognised this need (or the students to understand and express them- ,,, "5,"° „f "^^^Js'^^hehjll p"omi,M 

"purairour eggs"in' one b^astot." (or that is the only way in which we can ^am^tT^^^ i to n^it^horne 'he 



WITH THE PROPHET OF THE REMNANT CHURCH 



uitTm™ 


derlighl wen, 


ippy to ha 
. guest in 


'i'fiii 




ni^ht serenade by the Ac 






rM-midt,ne:rx'™11i^ '^£^}'Irlir"^iii^i Alumni News I 



Sted 


limsalf under the bright 


?5 


udied and perfocted un- 
e light which you may 


zl 


r'.°'wi"th';ma'in"g""ut.,°s' 


stop 


Z"aal«"uVs''o'f''ult'r" 




Katherine A h^axfield 






B I acock Lectures 

Mr WeslE) DIacocK professional 
portrait pholographtr of Chattanooga 

School of hfmor Photograph) pre 



ig back ple^nt nn 
\Ithough the deadlin 




March 25, 1949 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Studmti '^ene "Pjiom l4taitcU xincl Oi^t g(uituieHti W^Hie Pre-Nurgino Club 

SMct&mn "iHiaioKa^ (^oUe^ (^ruixfr fi (^ttiMtypalitcut Stidt^ Holds Banquet 

,lh,rn Miss.QnaO' Colk-.i l..s h.vt gam. htMs'mct ™,orc like . m Ita Di,l l.c m.nrrfcd I" Dillillg RoOID 



Academy 

Neiis Notes 



J 5' 1 ^1 ?""'■"'""' ""1 HosfiuE »,,! icprnn- tit .cast. Jou (who didnl) shooM „J „;. ,™„,,ha;c Jnd undcriinJ 
°j w, >', J '".- ,, l.m sttm tl,e lone k.„iif«ll,. d,CQ- ,o« tW Zo T.vc oot iot„Str,i 

.do, We,, Indtos, F,o„, QIm,,, I„dia, tom» Jo,„ tatcd Bbk It looked ,™d o„o„,l, lo ,, '■ , , >. '•°. 5" d,d 1, ^ ,?," ' 



sophomote .od 






^ but plan, to onto, 
',adoMd''f,o'n,'sTc: 






Students Attend Mexican Lyceum Sophomore Class 

I Radio Workshop ,k. .,,,'f,""""',"!' """'■''"' Gives Social 

ncca gi,i on ,i,e In Gyinuasium 



finish ,hoi, Veterans Launch 
Training Pro«raii 



s,uden,s and one facuUy mem- righ,, 

o mTnis'ers or,'hrCollescdfle To,,.^,, 
dio pla, 



held Ma,ch i, „ud)-in 



mida bjS 






lo,- lid fi'Sm [™e o7Se man''-°Mn'n, , a 

fe Ata D'eTS,,'irio'''°soo",T,,°,o l"^" b,° the Tp'p'o,? ",opr,od' a°nd iho)' ma, have diffitnio, will, in iho ,he ea.e Kamjol ki,"o,T'on°sS' 

i.C. Banks we,o:Thom.,-, Ash- Eldo, W„tph.l,^and^ Redad^ Rodti- j^j'tXrAnTSS "^" ''''"' J»«''i"- " pot't.aI"to»" to the ' o.Vii yd ,Cio,« *e"a°d'e«e w"h 



five student 



I by the 









axopho 



I- ritifof gave Florida Congress 



ticipants included ^direomts^^of the J^f'j" /("'"i-aJJ™™ °' B'^'^hJ o" botto.-inB mono, horn faculty J°„„";|;™„^;™;XVM!A-o"era.°,°: »f'r"lh praent:' "''"°"' 

ditecto, of the Hymns of all Chutche, re";''j°;",„'p|~;;"t'nd"s°ev='S' ote «™ ^ wet " *'"'""' *=» fication moans to you. will be launched. ^ll^^'^f I'^SZl'Tll^^tt'"''' 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Pne6^e*iiifin, the Se*iioJi4. - - 

GUY HYDER and BETTYE KISTLER 



^vrly cnjo)-s tl.c studj-of 




Soulheni Memories 




for 1949 




Fcal,'rws — 




■k l^ffic Alumni S«tbn 


;^ 


Ri^5.;Rvi.: Your Copv NO 


5?] 


This is your lasl oppoitun 
Order before April 1 fro 

Southern Missionatj- Colle 
CoUegedalc, Tennes5ee 


1)- 



Fii'st Arbor Day Line Lecture 
Sees 10,500 Trees Is Well Received 
Planted on Campus ^y College Group 

RArMOND WOOLSEV 

h n'^'^iiT^umed the fiist '^PP™-''im«dy 600 people were 



".imJf sSTit^mill'ta. tid ^J j,;„'j;'j;,^;|,=;;;if-/7c.';'.'; Coiporteur Work ''°EtEH'ZD°.,'ifw°°ta™d Sf? k!™' ,B" ,1;:!' ' 

honor rolMndicites' high scliolaslic Ihe past five years. In this springs Alds EduCatloU, that the TVA toiild supply as many "'^^' '- ''''■' . ^ -. ■ : . 

■ankino. . . l'!T!'"i,rfi,™ "' '. „„°" .J,' D.„ t A ,^oi,jj,ine seeJIing, « wonld be de- • " _ 






by predicting; light shov 
to belie- 



»lpo,te„r i, a man of nnt enon^h rain hid fallen to be of '""/?"' *'• ''«-•' Pl'tf-m 
brioEs into onr schools any benefit. Two night, later, however. ""^ °' "" P'"'" .eason 
sent by 






Institute - Cont'd 



S,„" r,""T;oT"'°S,c',° """ X.'^ a meXofrhe rhire'pe'iSt. S^n rtS g,"'' ."'iZf 0",^ i™ "fcol Je' O^""— A« «e , , 

i:r: :■■"■■" I..", ■" '" '::.:^::ytZ.p7ifZ '"^£^;J?r'Xng.rof on, be. ilJtiietm'SifS^aJcS » "i;S ^g^s'ld^';, 

;:■■ - ■ : ■ '::;,c:y;;;;;:,n,:r;u sSh^zjlt'Sir^i'l :^-'i,:::^s'iX:^'2rs 'S;r'ii£:^'i,;rr"s 3 b 



. been concerned ■ 






o 



M^B 


% 


IS 


^^' colporicur shidenl brings into 


|r;:r::. 


'■ M.V. Society 
IIol,M,n,..iit„ 



Guild Hears FrOOIll SoaS according lo tl 



ig of the Apoili 






1 shcplK-Tdess of the flock. A period QlHpel SingCI'S 




President Improving '*"^*'"''" '" ''^^ ""^° '' ''°'''- 

The Acci-NT is hipp)- to jnnouncf "Tht fine art of living is to dn 

that President Wright is dcfmittly im- f'om e.uh person his best. Friendsf 

or_ painling, or sculpture." — Uli 



COURSES OFFERED NEW STUDENTS, PAGE 3 




Commci 

PtOB 



louihein Missionary College, Collegedalc, Tennessee, April : 



sM.e.ouen.-m^.t.stude^ COLLEGE BOARD CHAIRMAN 

LAUDS WORK DONE HERE 




c,:e,«nc.,r,'2!™'ii.Mi„Td Ih" M™' teociito 'jrSifc ^ ^akwood Prcscnts Aims of Education 'Zf ^l^„TZ£\S!cZ''ii2t 

t^Brhi^t^iii "l4="»»"Sh°'°«'" M"*'''=='l Program ^re Important, S"L7":.°.:ME,;,i:ed','oTii 

The new student enrolling in Soutl)- we ate movinfi swiftly f ^_ ^ _^ 

?„™''''f-!.?r„™ nropram of "mixed nieb 

, April 9. in Of raconl years ihe alms of edii- outweighs the supply. 

._ . program was calion have been so repeafedly 



endlj' people. He will find 
'highe" llline/'in^life,' '"" 



-l!;,'Ti President Writes for'thrsen'"e. of skilled workers in 

' ■-;--■-; , -sc«<;<i n ,|,„j ,„o groups, m the rapidly ex- 

iixed melodies and sp.ri- Kennlth A. Wright pjndins n'Ofk of God, tonlrnually far 

,ly. 
ire highly pleased 

cceds' wcnf Inward ihe^purcha-ie rt^5ying"'an='"''' " ^ ''^"" """ ^"'"''"" ° 

bVtlioachiBvomentoliheli 



Speakers Chosen 
t By Senior Class 






"My SonI 









Ciiy of Lifiln." the 
'" Spirituals ptwm' 



THE SOUTHBRN A C C E N T 



S.M.C. Students Broadcast Over Local Stations; 
FM, AM Outlets Utilized by Radio Class and Others 



Veterans News Chapel Singers 

Released By Leave Tomorrow 

Affairs Office f«. v.„„™ 



(1) The V«m„ 

* ho i! pracMly imb- J" ' <W=I. choi, cmp 
me- Th(s Form 7.1905rr. &?;/«/ far '""l "mbcn wril present livt 5,00 




iJered. -Steps to Chrisr and -Who sioo.,, woA on the part of stodeni, iot, ySn' staf'nL" it"Yo°u° nTe'd'T. M new S™Un^he"eeiE™eS,mt'on S.abbaih aftetnooo, Aptil IS, the 

Ire ^5°"';^^;'|^f™;;"'|^.j ^JjfJ "= "!"". •""> K™"', 'V employing help yo» meet some of the domestic date. Of eourse the above insttiittions *°'^/"' '""' ""'?"' *' 8^' "I-'" 

;innine of the next school year North AmYtic. "AVpm™a™elEhti° Wh" w'e'"°afe'°tiinE"lo°'i!' TtW oodet'p'ubh-c to lJrfT?ecire°p,°,' "T" '» Mi^^Snn'jiy"whcre "thej 

The second tadto broadcast is a tivc presidents, managers, and other ea'erybody needs some training in home mission from the local ofhce of the "''| ^ .ft^turcd guests at W. O. 

siatioo WVUN in Chattanooga. Ten- division are participating in this pro- "^"Accolding to Miss Lois Heiser in- tr^il^That thc'^Publk'uw 16 vcte^ran '■'Shwiy to Dayiona Be.ich for the 

ncsscc. "Twilight Mcditatioos;" pre- ject- structor in home economics, tberc^ are most continue in school on the year '^'""'^^y "'g"" pcegmm. they ss-il! con- 

^f*",^'; ?r ^*''^°''^' ^^, narrator, is inquiry into the extent of Sabbath sixteen girls and one boy who were both the Fall and Spring semesters ^^t^mofi concert. Leaving the citrus 

scheduled or every Sunday afternnon jciJool attendance and participation of her student, last year are now married, and also to the Summer session. He '"".' '•"?»?■ "" 'J"'' "'" ™» "» 

atSeeoclock. Tbti broadcast is a college students. -A homemaker needs to know how ma, secure permission from the local "Pj"! of Georgia for their last stand, 

ftee time program made possible Oswald Cook is gathering infor- to bake bread, cook vegetable, correct- oBce of the Veteraos Administra- l<'tJm!"'lay evening. FoUowing the 

through arrangements svrth the mana- mation from approximately one hun- ly. and make good salads," Miss tion to take a vacation ovec the smn- P'oe™ the jmgers will board the 

get of the radio itattoo. dred evangelist" pastors, and other Heiser said. mer months, but if he does this of Jj,', "J*" SlSS "t'an^dat 

?nj' jXveS^'' second biss.'pra"; Stho'lics"'""'"" ""''"" "°°°'' "" the wm-.-'she" slaK '^■' A Icif cour"? tnin"ine unJe"'p''ublic'£w'°i(!-°°"°°'' ™T '"•'" 1^ »» 'V "ind in 

precedes a three-minute sermonette by Curtis Morton is making a report on i" each is excellent preparation for la'ci'tion t°ll'bf " b"h T" 

oSfto mairthis ptog™ m'a prt'o? ™nS«ent?a"» ,«c« in miSriSi ""A[°'j"e,=nt the home economics StudcntS WritC ing^of their vacation for the tour «li 

next years activities so that persons may denominational work. A number of shidonts are involved in many prac- n 1 1 C * . ei^^^iml^i^hil'nNcH' vklrrd '^nJ r^« 

iSd'*th'°t!ld ?"'"°°*"th"' '"'•"'"""•' '»'»'«"' '"'' '■'•"""• ".■""'>«' '"''' " "pkoti™!!. Broadcast Scripts S 3 iap "r;" ", , pieSnl 

jre iwolthe? Lara',,ron™irM,3 "" '"'"" ^^ S" btyMg 3™'ical'l'y°°'Se "gw! Student, m the Contemporary Inter- "'""°'' " '''■<'"" ''" " ' "'^ 

,L rJ,L^jV,t^':^^^"?l'^^^^'°[ rr .CI. in the advanced clothing class desigo tiational Relations class taught by Pro- Students Preacll 



£i?'l'^MS^a"fuareo1 Mother" TwCUty StudCtttS 

HC°°Zgin';ii'!rE''f™i"^wBAc°Tn Ask for Hcbrcw 






,„„,.»eu*''a're'alte°' Students Prcacli 

t'e'i'a°*se"'to'r ^°™ a"™"[' "''""' ^" ^' ChurclieS 

for the regular Monday chapel "bread- Of Vicillity 

weekly oese, 'dig ' -- - - 



"uwrence Scale, has a ,uarter-hou, ym'HebreTwdrhr'la'u^ht'lfer'eShTn laihrai')' Employs S'onarreh'ttoii" 2™,™ Advintis't" i" pulotS^oySgSstk'work"* 

ffins'!'Teon"ssee'"M:sicT'»"idid Sest in tch a''cours?°'""' ""''' '^'"e StudcntS f„°char°J 0?™. acSd'-broaSn '" eTi''wiihiS\"?o?-otae"dts'o°f 'he 

H,„'l''j'" '"°;''"'" !>' '>•' F'B'i . This year 91 students have cntoUed Ag AssistantS "''"^ '■' ' """l"" "' '"'"' """ aSfomfd'em'iV'l'iJeS m"c MWsSS 



Miss Lois BoWen the aver^4"°of oncc^evcryTwo weeks" 

To AsSIUlie Position mo"ns."and fri^men fnd'sophornore^s 



riilhoo - i? ?; T * ? 1^ t developing a basic vocabular,-. In n- tetday- It is the pl.,^ next yea, to condM the Sabbath school service,, 

mrilioos I, the slogan used by the termecfiate New 1 estament Greek, the appoiot a full-lime auist.ot librarian. As Health Dll'eCtOr Many students of music participate in 

^"'^^ofPraphecy radio broadcast. We student translates the Epistles of John Approximately H.OOO volumes will these activities. After the services in 

d'ents'wh™t7 "' 'he 'heoloeical stu- lems of textual criticism arc considered, forty-two magazines antl papeis are visor in Xtetn-os a't"pa'^ad^e vT<^- chureirmem'^r's"^ '" 



ion for man 


of (he 


theological stu- 


Icnis of textual cf itkism 


tc considered. 


brty-two 


magajines and papers are 


visor in 




. Vn'll^. 


chiircli m 


embers 
















rguiarly, including sdiolarlv, 






led ne^ 














of expository material a 


"jllbk'lo'^tE 


.ah and 


Z["^spz^i"''v"Lm^Tt{ 


Mr^Mild 


Sed^E^OaS""' 


replacing 


[hiusand* 




vereJbyS-M.C 








not b^" 


ed by 


mpdL-'withoui 


nK^itudVofTlfeBible''' 


of Greek ,n 


)criodica 


inderj' department of the 


tra?ni" a 


wen complelcd h 


r nurse's 


cSl^ 


oing pasto 






















































































eop Ih" wa" 


ustbc% 


iin<;d and pun- 


t^f^3B 


nfi acceptably 
out practicinp 
rdcr. Hap- 


ZIZ 


c^,.':Lf^^J. 


aiy Collcg 


in IM6. 






t'-t;;;. 






to k-eep th 


mind pure and 




Gods plin,"^ 


"faiUo 


according to 


failure" '"°%«^JLJ 


'Jl7oi CAr/T 


ok ranee' 


turn; to practice humility, 




^flft^e''in"'iil'ris 




notS' 


explain~y 


"nemSwill ,im 














e of time and opportunity; 


vate qmet 










-Je/ecW. 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



PneietitUUf. the SetiioM. - - - 

THOMAS HANSEN. JEAN KUSTER and MABEL MAGU]RE 



Seminary Announces Opportunities 

..,. ,„ ..wo. » ,«, .^ For Self-supporting Students 




1 foe thirty senior by ^ 
rial graduMcs to sup- wlio 
i while attending the emp 






Shryock Spealts 



,i',','. ' ',.'->:,.■",' New Principal 

Hi'ffSHfS Is Completing ^n Happiness 

iri.nR Hn fullnmr OoCtOratC Woi'Iv the ' onk'^'tl^e'^oiT'ir rta 



ttn°p"d"J»"n"'ilecLl'l™nJ°fL"d' Seie''twl%r"kme"nt?'"tt..'°he'r^; SummCr ScSSion j*„f,|'tZo"io°°"'l Z UnilLii,' o'?lKk''l.o*S sStath, D^ si 

liness makes him a friend of the liigll- certificate rri n • I 00 ^^ Nebraska Professor Sorenson's visited SM.C, over the week eod as 

est type ■niisserious.mmded, el very p„„„.„|,„,i„„ „j „„,|c „„k lO Begin JUUB LL major lield is Enslish and Eoropean part of h,s annnal toot of S D.A. t„l- 

'°p"rSnce''nrLo°""^ fh" f.rstamonrber hobbies. Her ehosen " History. He is also doinj eradoale ,fJne3ita*«Siols" ''""''"" I 





College, CJIcgedak-. 



NEARLY 300 STUDENTS VISIT S. M. C. 



Dr. Frank H. Yost 
I Speaks on Proposed ^ 
[Calendar Revision 

Sa,-°e'S'n",'Ap, 




I ;rs7;iEA"Djt%;i;'i'.°'d" Dr. J. p. McCallie, Clubh Sponsor President Returns ;„« f„f !,l"J„^"|;^„^„ , 

I SegoS^.S™usl;fup»™T School Headmaster, Amateur Hour From Florida; rkTi'^rAJ^ipSt* ^ 

°l'"3l"S'bSoHi;« Speaks in Chapel , J^t °d~« aI';:!"™?'^^^,; Resumes Duties :KS.Sj,Uf"a°.~= 



™i?'"mpiifri 



I Dr. Trygve Lie 
To Give Address 



Dr. Page Speaks on 
World Government 



SSuZ,e''°H=Zl, 
dtoB'lo OT"r'pl.ilo.opl,,, 



fOTllRtVENTS 



StMiAiitc ^ SaUotA 



THE SOUTHE RN ACCENT 

Definitely Of <l/o 

„j Masculine ^ 



,ud. 



NORTHERN 
HIGHLIGHTS 






Sjhu. John Morgan, (o. 



elected wilh Earl Cloogh i 



WITH THE PROPHET OF THE REMNANT CHURCH 



• pror-ncc. It wu e»perll, tonilrorted [j," j^,;" „, „S„;"J°b" „ ."J Sixt;. girls .tlendeJ , loor.n h,„: 

""■nTgeneJoJTsmBlv of wa.r plven ""■ ™« I?'"''j''°,i'",llh-TM' 'hit rarl,.. p>Lk°K and°,m°n, .S'h"' 

lo noorcroos individoals in tirioos «■" "f •••"■' """" ""V^'.^'" ,„ chocolate with mirshmjllo.s „er. 

UJV5 has helped wjter Collcgedalc ties and has prosed to he a twon to ^^^,^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ Grindstone 

durrng the recent droochl (for Col- the nrarrred stodcnl. as well a, to the.r Moont.in. Orchids to the laondtv m.o 



niog, Ap, 



n May, 
entl F 


1948. there svm a slight 


To the many fellows 


cd to 


set up 1 Traikt Village 


of their mirrors Do yo 


rnmcn 


1 sysrcm. The presideril 


lo'!idi"to ™ "fe d*°"ll 


secieta 


y ifc membErs ex-officio of 


just rifiht while wailinc 


tii: 


ng the organiEalicn a voii e 


on Saturday night? 




'"^ffi''°^'^f ""^ h*''^Ml '^^'^'' 


campus recently have l>ee 


.Vv^r 


re elected Harold Flynt, 


of Martha McGee, Dor 








rT/nt"' 




htarJh. McKee, and Ro. 








dent J 


nd Taylor Hill s«retar). 


Bern- Vft"''"'^'' ^"^" 



of floral composition and had April 8 will remain a memorable '"" fo' ^ broom. When she ram 

J (how and ttlale on the hislorj' j^y for Mr, and M.S. Lloyd Pleasants, ''^.'^^ Marjiyn was up on the dresse 

rangcments began in ancient Teresa Ann. weighing six pounds one *P''I='" "^'"^ petfume. 

■" "" "'■ '-''- - - ■ * who would have dimples. Tr^- wa^" 



^St Beckner Addresses Alumni NewS 



." ll».u3;''i,lto Se'Vthl fo^ma'king homes'oft" .n7c"hoIclra GraduHtinS CksS 

",,..11,.,, I ~, ■»•'= l»aoli("l ■ ■ - ■ '^ 



'"Us'Sfti" GEMS FROM THE PULPIT 









Hoover, SMC-ite, "i;;;;.!',;;;!, l''£H' 

Accepted at C.M.E. S,;,, Ap"uri', "''°'' 



iomorrah WORLD GOVERNMENT 'oon be off II 



"'m"lJo„„HVr,rld l-tderali„s p,„ SciUOrsPlan 

X"iis".in rAmrorowoV"'" '"''"''' '"' Shlwi ;li,,"r,;,n"Tn™''p".,d;. Jour of Smokies 






THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



PneietUUuf, tke SetiiMA. Elder Roenfelt Classes Attend Dorothy Morga 

M...J GuiNN Presents Choice Criminal Court Prc'^lflpni nf 

MORGAN — OAKBS — RISETTER — SCHLENKER _ WEST ... _ . lICMUCni 01 



jtir. of andOT)- .r.d 
ipiins receiving ll.c 



At Vesper Service „i^''*;," ctrnif ''S ■" dmot Two-year Class 



^ 



burglity ind fclonioui 






■ranecid by tlie ^^ J[^ Hcmjnp, 

I'red, "is at tlic liwd rhc dass 
'OSS roids and only an undcnUndmg dents ind live » 




r=hn 






11 


ff^; 




''wii'l'."'o-ir ""■/ 


■|i|? 


»i»E plMtd 


" find h 


1 


a rcht 


CALENDAR 




In 


ns^«iSe 


S*f te.«„' 


,.mpi™,,i r 


'Ir'.n .^' 


r;,'5™„7.n, 


D, S|..n« 


Trir 




i:;r . 






THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




Honor Roll 



lievieuti SptUif "lowi. 0^ Bautk 



Recent o*t tne ^ca^lemcf, 

SENIOR SKETCHES 






ft 



Rub, Jran Lynn, bo,n in K«„q., 



■ pt,RubyJtn„pl2 



ibath school supennttndc-m, 
il, and^'sabbath scho'dpList 
Sell, Wallace is a ssvcu 



nood, people M 

'°nd"°md°"to°r 



Dr. Perry Weber, "Voice of Youth" ? " ^ 
Educator in Japan, Ends Series May 6 ^ ^r^. 

Has Church Service c™l,slg,nno d ^ 



The work in Japan is pioercssing ,n^"|,ir*mii!i 
in«linp"fhat llTs^orkcrs^hardl) dare "^^^J,'^ "^^ 



''£i,'''i''"'''"i'?"i'"'r"'r"oi """"" °' '°°'°"'"'"°'°' Scholarship Awards b*nn,>To"bc"T™£^steVu, ^;*^^';';~/|£°^f£"'ffj,J; 






Da,°'°April 2 


\ '^Ji^^E2,.^'^z'i i'ii^'sl^Si 


Biro Icadcrshi 
offered b) 1 

pplied on t 


n V^>^ sophomoir'").""? AnHual Picnic 

Woiior Waid niLuns schcMjl in door ball gamts and tennis, mtl 
AllanU Georgia (his fall Walters skating and baskefball. 

' favorilL hobby is photograph) in ideal ont to forgtt sludits. 






■ '*'^T 




MENSING G ETS TOP SENATE POST 



Veltman, Uiick Ashlock Relates 

Elected Editors Influences of 

Vesper Services 



9i. fl/ewi SecJieta/Uf. 




at o ^ ^ 




COMMENCEMEmrj^m S to 5 





i3'Sl''°S'HritoX S"""".'''" Flcenors Arrive 



'''•''^X'-'^''-i°'^''''^^^^^^^^^^ '" ^""^^ America ''nT.;£r''['"J'2 ,'1.^ >£°|.T"ilV;r"";,5|'."- , 

'^°^H'^;lr{^":ip^.j»=d^^^ Ils"'-t"^lt;iis^ SfSriSHEEsx ^-vj^frf^wS:;::/' 

■"Sikwing ..ch . prog™,- s.tn (od.y. ™';f " „ ' ™^°""-"' ' NcM AcctWT i..u. .ill bt )»nt i. Caa. Die, and NtarJgu j 



a; 


"SheSd'^i" 


°n"ch'„gin'g° 


'"'I'h.'!".''. 


/h,Tn p 


™"' "> 


na.-p'rta»ofb 


Sj.£ 




tl lo"o»°collJ 
olh.» h... r 


, for ,.«d, 


nd r.,.. 


li ji 


rjohn Edgmon 




rtk.r ..topi to M 




» pkuor. 








tity Q 




It year. Your 






''""l; Fi 


L-noc will serve 



WITH THE PROPHET OF THE 



your Alma Mslcf^through 'a manifci* interoit m the SOUTHERN ACCENT ^}'l f'''|""'|!^ I'ed'^nlkdtllin"'"'"^ jr«"cul... », biur.L- (^1".." T 

and ■■Southetn Mcmorioi"— Iha! fhrougfi the yean, in whalever land you ^^fcr^ '"leaving 'colketdalc the //munsirjlfon/^Th'ti'Xrit^l- "n' 

i^ni tri 'upol'lhirhSwod" 4°ot.'"i'n ^Ihl'" yiror'LrrTrn!e»e'.'''iilh '■■''■■^"o'^ '■^I'f^;!, "■ °^'""^°;.r''Mt; ""ti'' h':;!Nnr"i'N'i;'r', ,;' '- , 

plea^nt and precious memories ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^ N Jm, rk'-nor, who is m (raining .t [;.::;„;' 'R^d'"K/K;,L;; ^ 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Pne,ie4duuf. tUe Setuo'ii. - ■ 

WES ERF E D WHEE ER WOOD 



May 20, 1949 

S. M. C. Graduates Moore lo Speak Brown, Duncan, 
Satisfy Field, \\ Highland Acad. Hackman to Be 

(>ffi(idU \^rile 1 I I Mmm ihi nnn.ga of Academy Graduates 




Lu'irir'nd ,„ fc\i;~s''r.mp",''i.,';«"o''";K "'ol"™' ,t BZu°'.';n''j:.«,j juniors, seni<.i 

1,'°hf4Sml'cil,'b':;'j ;,tl*a"'S"i:t;^".« Have Outing 



■nd work in oid< 
:"jl'"ilo,l.li"< 






L \ Jnd loutage ^^^ | ^ 

" il'awl and look |,us)._ bai^ . 



i!'l»"'n1'r,o'"r* 

., Mauiufp, Cmln. 



uojcfsiind that some of oor coUiUL^ upon Him, tnd lake piit in tlic sct^kc c'jmp"\akU' pU-ntv oi lim^ liot, PrOmotlOU BooklctS o* 
do not hold thu type of students and listen lo cxptcssions of ptaise ,i,„e j, nothing like it!'' stvs Bel "■ 



»°tv""^ "hf.h'lmL'o such s tfess. feg "„" ihe'pUer of tl "de'.oliZi men'd;ble''''''No dmlV 
ine s lack of spitihaal fottitude, we seiviee eon.lueted eath Ftida, e.ening will he an eoeonmBn,. 



Pioneer Missionary 
Nearing Completion Speaks in Qiapel 



sincere Itibule to the pctpchiity o 







S. M. C. SENIORS TO GRADOATE TODAY 



Degrees, Diplomas 
To Be Awaided \n 
Pi- id U Wii hi 




Aeaaemy HoUs Commencement,- Professional Class 

Graduates JNmeteen 

Harms, Banks, Tobiassen Speak i„ Today's Service 




HI I ^ ' 



rHE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



We Need Unity 



Construct ion 
Science Build 
Is Progressing 



Commeneement • 



SMetit Senate - - 

We wi>h to t.te .M; oppodumty to congratulate the .tude 
the excellent choices made tor neri year's major off.cei. Mr. K 
in our opinion, serve the college in a most commendable and prog 
He will have good assistance from Miss Motley who has^had ( 

Jr^ed^ver^'acceptaWy on"th'i?yeal's"AC^ENT staff. Others 

a^he^r^''an'd will back Mr. Mensing In any progressive work he 
in mind. We will be looking for great things from the Student I 

We Don't Need "School Spirit" 

The c.tstarding collegiate misnomer, "School Spirit." is not 






more"^ 


"w,"™.';.;?.'. 


'""llfp 


'%X 


'L^ 


i'tt' tt 


fH'p^ 


^ork'.nd'Z" 


er'Io' l.l 


part. The thing that 


mo.t pe 


on aim 




llIZ 


th!t"!hi, 




• it, pr 






















IS THE HOLY SPIR WO 






















,™ugh , 




.lion. Ik. Hoi, Spirit is , 


















COUNTERACT THE V 




OF IH 


















delay 


HinoL",? H° 


"hi^l^W 


Se'tak. 


."ccTnt of' 


'"IZ 






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f Local Ch 
n.ils Si 




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in^ ihc foolbal! i 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



To Lectin e 



ACCIHI Headlines of the fear 

miy jelctttd by i 







ung enough. ■ 


□ing to school [ 


his^afte^c- 


i\o* 


»s"wi.ii 


;udy ai the Vnl 


S?4 




pf| 


"t"" ^'°' 


!fS 


I^^^K^a 


M,.. H.m.- 


lill [5 employed 


aso&e 


^^^H^V 






ntran e and/or CI jngi of Tea n ng unin moas ok ol il e student body. °'^°'\ '!"^ "f^^'"" B'°"r P^'^'jil^'l 

.lalus, »nd lorward .t to Ihe Region.l Ov« one hundted students and '"e?' '/"""V' F .''^:~^ 

)Iiicc of the Veterans Administration faculty members look prt in the (outs , . f',h"\c ' '"'.""'■ P*^""" 

/ho his custody of your Case-file, sponsotcd by the Sdente Department , *^ me minisictui rtSic 



Missionary Work Siininier Courses '"'■ 
Important Factor, Are Announced ■ \ . 



..■ourse Day, November 11, put on their U,i. I, r|„|. 
if office ''°"^' ''j"'''' ^^""^ ^ '^^''""^i"S trowd w|,„.i 



Southern Memories Dailey Elected 

K.Nrnls SuidemsenlcrioE Southern Mi.,on ^" Is Off thePrCSS CIuI) Pn Md. I, I 

. . -ludent sion wilKind^VvarilJy^orioirrse.ror durliroV'hrJ.iibli'shmg'wDrk'in out Delivered Soon ,iJi'' rl.' 






Sincerity in all 
Jjj- Of night I 



I, K-X^ D^Tlm W sll°n .S^ ■Mr. Ftan^. Ch.rles. Sue .nd I P'°"t^^' '^"^'i'^" ^'""''"" /"^T"^' "'^''^ '''^■■'^■-' ^^■■^■' ''1'^ ■'"'■ '"'P- 

.Mi.d.h..! open,rjune ?r.,n!'''''''"i r"""'. "'" '' .I'^H, fo" r^year^nolT. Our'home j,Jj''';;";;''j;,Xdir TT'*1d 'l^ nussionajies who «-ant to become r^ 

(rQm"dleKrX'i"ira°nd""cherr'in In Todav's ExCFcisC '-'our Union field includes >mai 



jll'r'ir,J on^'stjitarha he imdtbui ''^''' ''""" J"'"' '' ""' '^"6"" ^ r\','^hji we^are no/fTr^lomTh^SM'' Q,orRuJ'''^^ociir'"d-^''''°Q'r^ Library TrCaSlU'CS 

few' such inquKies'"' "' """'''' " Elcuicntary Seniors reUs'lnYmost piw ■' '°' ""■ ■^'"^'="' * ''""■ 







'j olra'"! 


slands''* TT^is IS 


a''bul >' 


= S?ci 


|ltS 






^.^ :,:,;•;■: 


't:}!'EJ'[ 


M 


; F°td San°E; . 


Ipli 


iif; 


'\k°L!iV, 


u^ Clyde 


■'acadinl?' " 


hoolan. 


1 Jean^L,™ cdilo 


•aSafl;"o„'f:' 


.ishi, 


°l,"L"\xZ 


„. P O. Bo- 


,2:,Mand,vill, 


■, Jamaic; 


■ -mt spim 01 


r enidf„l, lato, 1 



Page 4 


THE SO 


UTHERN ACCENT 


Junt 5, 1949 


Commencement 

pij Ihc d* «ilhoul appreijlion ot 
Only ujijivided and unjbbrtviitcd 


=«.,P., 


r 


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LBH / !^H '" '^"' ' 1 




n 


1 i 
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II Vni I 




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f i 



V ii 1 s II \ a 

H Ul CI \i I 1 

1 1 ( II (ii I I 



J = 1 ^ 

m " * J G 
Sn OLUNTEER SOC ET 




EA S FRON THE PULP T '"n " 

i 


. ^ 


£affy Morning 


at Collegedttle 


\ 


^ 


^^^^ 


'' 




Camp Meeting Held 



Evangelisn, Field School on'Tar/uslere Record 19^ BnroU at SMC 



Opens in Montgomery, Alabanm 

The Field School of Evangelism opened iis evangelistic series '*"{ 

of meetings Saturday evening, June 18, in Monigomery, Alabama. ^^ 

The series of lectures is being held in the Montgomery tiiy hall im- 

Over three hundred persons attended the tirsi It-Lturc* hy E C, ml 






[°f for Summer Session 

The People are seeking for Knowledge! The Summer School en- 

,n,lj. roHment at Southern Missionary College verifies this statement 
hich verj' well. The summer of I9-i9 has broken all previous records 
for summer school attendance at Southern Missionary College. 



linite Europe 


under one head. The 




Quatlct and Marilyn 








-five students of the 




f Evangehsm had pre- 




of nearly 150.000 m 


"^it db-|l 


^■Th T^^Earh stuS 


VM given a t 


tritory and asiigned the 


isk of petso 


ally mv.lmg that corn- 


ClSsM «c 


held dally by instructors 






-arland. Tim 


c not in cbss is spent m 






n!Lb"'for^th? 


com"nr--''ngs°'"'"' 


.a,ne"i 'r 


'^:^:hXZJ^i 




"J,c°™si;rr„°.«L'f"V/hlt: Comer Stone Laid ot ,i,, G™.,.,i^co„fc,™,=. r,«n»d Director Speaks i^Uafcn'Z °°c=',d°. ™'i„° 

";i;;'"™'''B''';n"1is''f,™i'c"'i For science Building Lis ™,„° ch°a?'L™"'"°m"k On Testing Service XLro«^™","Ti,°.°'c"i 

Ski o„ e«i.'w.,k. Anderson Speaks -tT^HfjiS'ihi '-LpZ'Z In Other Colleges i"" '"'»■" '"''■"""- 

MSSrtes.Mrm'"XA-' Thecoma, „on.. of SMC. »»• L'iixS"! ^a?^™'.;,"'; ,i,.''5oa™c°™feta™cSCw,- ^„,;;!;;,*t'";;r "1" "jf ""'vti 

The Ctittrion Qu.rit, plan. ..«r.l bid'bv V. G. Andc.on p,oid,„i of '" Eid„, /. J. Nclhcr,, Vkc-Pr.-sid™i .Isi Minj a, Di.Mor of Ihj Samm.j "';«;J'/"''P„7';?„""'„'°;4" 

l,ip. 10 lh= iHoK 10 em m"iic"l ihc Souihcm Union, .n an oBici.l „f *, Gcniral Conference, .no P. H. S.-.imn.^ „pl.med^oJhe^!»Jmte .1 J^:"^V.iud°nU. ho.v.ver. i.l.o .1- 

s to ou.ing. *ii " 'j"'°! Two spcjkcis weic on Ihe piosum. Union, empliisi?ed a lurn fiori the o counsc mg pi S i„,„L^.„ f.li thev mint oblain a. muili knowkdjlc 

minislciial shjdcnl Jack Saget and one G ors- Nelson chiiiman of Ihe p.ist ways of hfe and urged Hue On a recenl trip lo bouihe.n ijli- o,c) ,,...., , ^|^^^ ^.^^^^ 



Most '49 Seniors Found at Work 







THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Our Collegedate - - 



DEFjNiTELv jiAscui-iNii - SuliHe Spcalis at 

Ifom (titfet, Wt Paints On ^T^^^^'^^^ 



Time, It's yours, Use It! - - 



Posilbly thoy were gifted wllh been minds through heredity, but < 
:quiro IbDir feats of Inowledgc in what might be termed ■'the 



jrj;i..s( body of depths of his soul. 

y hand picking form of a clirri"i; I 
. populilc his depicting a «ct.cn ( 



College Rosier 



-puK ■Ml his freshly scrubbed blrh- l'-'*'"- l^^-^^^'^- Mississippi, jnJ Stii. 
M.-. ,i,..„-, .ind sliding on his newly j^.^^^^^^'"" '-"'I'^^'--' P'"^' "hiff, Ar 



Former Student '• 

Wins Nat. An-ard ^/lUJing BdL 



m. Jr.. 






s Group Miss Bessie Frances Hyde, diu^hu 

diploma from rhe' National g'u"" 

i. ■.; concert program of Iwenti- members. Sunday evening, ]ano^2(,. at "on"" 

All';^; -"-"^ ^•"'"'''"' /"""'< J""" I', th. home of Mr.\nd Mrs. Tom V. 

...KeS '?''5- Gcrbe^r.^of^Collegedale. Elder Wood- 

::^T'^nn«|c Committee Plans Georgia"ch'urcrp"formed the «r"- 

^"""fc'wj Summer Activities ""vwallsts were Florence TLui... 






cady been prove 






Academy Roster EL"'st°rS"2'''lriey'v" ward'w'a; b^' J^T 

; ..:: Tcor.™^ m^nlighThike on Vr 9- "'" , ^V^l '^°V" 

' ■ Ta.n««i: Coming evenrs feature a concert by 'owi^d. 'he wedding 

, ,. N„„h o"d.^ '*''" ^°"^M Evans, formerly of our decorated by Mrs. 







"F" 


Td^r^lMirwHcom"! 


^E£Eri! 


507 Lyle'st?A<la^nT 


"^^i^if* 




■ Inly ■'3 


Wilma Jean Wilk 


5 of Forest Lj 




i-l.nnc^ for 




bride of Hen 




■" jnd August 


Wooten. Jr., of Nat 


hei, Missis.ip^ 


::::, , „i,„ „ ;J'ili'c^„i'"p 


aui'«?bL"'ob! 


Memorial Chapel, 


at'''Fo'rl5t 'u 










, The l,,Kl,l,Khl of 1 




















on A'ijs.'ir' Thos 


"Ihoha^r't" 














tended Collegedale ta! 










the past know that 


hey are ente.- 


Belly Hardy, of ^ 


cksonvjile, Fb 


h 


pFSlJ'SS" 




ginia w'acoH. O'rlan 




1 


i' m"K™'lm 


will"b^ojenon 


was best man. Billy ■>! 


V^M. Otiand 










Arlington. Cal 










ns altendanli. 


^ 




les Committee 


TTie couple went 


,0 (he Bahan 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



President Announces More Staff "" 



I vrs^-.^M:::.,, ,« /'^ 



Oil lie i Si, mi Laid 




Lll"ii.*'j«mo 


Colk^L m 


ihildrc" rio,d lEi 
'ftool! ho"™"'.",. 


"""li'l 1 ' 


ftCCENT" No p"c 


^5°,™°'^!*" 






l.„,\ih'°'»°p 


(..nTof ccl™^ 


No,m» L Kroua 


d n„v .ddttmn, 


;EZiiH;A 


h"5;rH 


IVaim..n 1 


•1.111- 



Double Wedding 
I First in 20 Years 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



' ' Raics foi ihc W-iO South- 

Manager Fred S. Sanburn, busi- 



Norwegian Conies 
For School Here 



ume of theAcCENT. The old rate 
of SI. 50 per year has been cut to 

50 'I'cidemic "Subs are rolling in for new 

"hoiolf Gun and renewal subscriptions," re- 

irway, form- ports Circulation Manager Lo- 

egian Junior ren Bishop, who is assisted by 

mpanitd by Harold Wood. New subscribers 

.."'l.-j""-!^ wishing to obtain a complete 
volume of next year's Accent 



Laubach Clarifies 
Veteran Training 



Professor Tobiassen's vuit in Eu 


rope should subscribe now! 


last summer. ■■Southern Missi 


nary The coming issues will be 


list Icho!)!,- Ihcj- declare,, givin, 


'T" "I>'gger and better" writes Fred 




arc laying the foundation for 


manj- Advenlist young people in 


lor- S.M.C.'s "voice." 


way who would like to attend & 


uth- N(j formal ACCENT campaign 


At present they live with Dr. Am 


^^^- is planned, and the money thus 


saved will go for a better paper. 




The goal is 5000 subs. 
sane- Business Manager Sanburn 


-When we work with all the 


tified ability that God has give 


lis. urges — 


will of God, when self is ctucific 


f" "SEND YOUR SUB NOW, 


2-- REMEMBER, Sl.OO FOR 


185- TWENTY ISSUES" 



0((iixni SIt'eted %» T^aU !4cUUd 



CPINICN PCLL 




Diiector Speaks 



Dean s List 




REGISTRATION WEEK STARTS SEPTEMBER 14 

Suhrie Will Direct 'S:J'",i"X^n^iS!i'J!ZZ^ SpS'L wj m^'l,c'i';,,"' j?'r'';o°,™^vS'T\i'to£."'!;;- '"'vi,'!!'!!""""""-*"'"™- 

Kefistration Program tl,tZT'.!LZ:*7,hii'c^Jmi onSla,fo'„'p,'XtoS'™TS"w!'u ^jlfSI'imbj'iliVI n^^ff'^i^i'"^!'"""'*'"'^^ 

freshmen Have Week ''^•^^i™d'd J'of o.imi.iion wiu b^m™,ol°i,/f°o„,i™L"o' "rtf liilivEsll «iii »^™h!,u*e™"°" °''""""''' °'' 

for Orientation ;;",i;il™„r"f "-iTSn Ztj ™Jn.Mo?';;ffeta,n^LiFrii;' SMil"'"} ™Tiii S Ff'y3« irisif?™""''"'''-'^^^^^^ 

Orientation of ftcshmen and all kg.; chapel under the ditection of Those whose name; begin with the for those who have i»mpleted regis- intendents that evening. '*"f*' 

,. students and registration w.jl be- Professor Lcjf fCr Tobiassen. Follow- letters A-E wjll register that aftetntson- tration. All sbadents will complete regis- 

at S:00 P st \ycdn«da,-, Septenv ,05 Jl,,,, seat.^ will k^assign^cd^ to^lhe ^^ Professor J.^R Ashlock will conduct Dr, F. O. Rillenhouse. dean of the tr.tion Tuesday morning Outdoor 

ils'onP.M. T. - ~ |i iii ' ' - ■ .; .-.K.-nsTsvo tests, the low-a- Saturda,- night ivill feature a lechite- day night on the .subjeel, ■The M- , Iv 1 .,: \V„d,', „°l'l ofcial!J"oTn 




ihcrn Missionary Colics.:, 





Vptcmbln-Ptio 


pal^Soren 




Scptcmhcr ti — Coll 


f^Afa'S 




emy tegisttat 


on 




September H— Tu 


cS; nLT 




"'"'*™"4™° 


., Fae-ult, 




"''"'"'mentltion 


Jt.:;: 




Opening ion 


;;atmr- 




Vptimbir 21 - D 


ginning of 




September 31-7 
taiull, p.. 


er'",';d' 




' ;y3'< 


]![jxi 




0,t.he,'''"-La',° 


ip Facult, 




"""'"'Prai'ef ^' ' 


WceL ot 




New Band Director Announces 
Plans For First S. M. C. Band 



College Board Votes ffa'S wc",'e"«eniira™?.n';rf'bj 
More Improvements ?;;n,*i''Lc°The'kad.rsi,'ip of'Vro' 






Almo'f.tx';L'l".l•3.n^^,5^4r^.mt7^.'6?or;;ircu"pz^^ august festivil finishes ;;;r;e,;f,dSofi!T.7oX:'ng"i4" 

E'7.iv'E'.EriFjilEZ€i'£VIt!'n.'i2r^^ summer school lyceums i'rCice" °''" 7o,Ztt"r"l,°a! 

halfEv^fhe'rhaiman oU?r' bo °rd, EUcr vI'g. Anderson. Elrier J. J. Nethery, -[i,^ August Festival, a summer ,,,!,'ieip''a"on'' m^schtJorii'frhe^men- 

vico president of the General Conference, offered the proycr. ,jltnt ptogram, svas p— e"i.,,t i- tl... K' ,1 ', . .- - ...,.,_... 

1 attended the Carolina, Florida, Georgia-Cumbcrland, and Kenfuety- .liapel of Lynn Wood 

Editor Lectures ^""i£t^£S;lf'H^.^^5o"a!llIZIZI IE iiirii .!' 

To Field School r,rlt;'i^art.l:titt.iil3i'li,hitvT£ iSs'tfaT;.;':,:; " 






anih because fho twel 



Xn'^i^it^duS;;:,:!,';.;: '''«'^'^^:.y'^,j2;;;rr;J;t::e,rv;;e;:? Miirr; :":;: 
S.;irE'i5i;^!:a i-l;::h'^:;'zt::;f:.KiS'Se'K°r3;.';s!;i;':; j;::; 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



p. 71. ^. SdlCMtiM '?^e(U SfiM^ 




''''Efi!irl'i!o°fffi'ri:d''Is^^^^^^^^^^ ZSiffiTHsETi^ ^"^ -^^""^ — swik» "Retmoi. 






,elp.m...,(md 



"Jl h.,' 're-,..d John R..kin'. PictUte StOWIt 00 

f r„.llr.*i:;'.;!irX": b T ',1, ; d" .t :■■ ' t ' ///•« e/' j/ pm/ 









all because the for 




H App csbp H 



1 r cd, Ihe dormitory Ins lost one 
f most op and coming inhabitants 
— b 1 1 suppose we shoultfn't begtudge 









Come! Join a School ot Christian Youth 
With Christian Standards 



l/VMuta KelL 









lum and Hospila 
and Mrs. Fted 
ieBy in the Sm, 



laubaeli Advises ''.°S,^''1^KL}:1',^S:^ MiSga"°MeJt"ta™n%S''' 
New e I Students "'^^ *"■■"= "' °°" ^"°^ "^ ?"."■:'■■ ";■ f""?" '"i'^".".- 




nan Johnson and Miss Betty 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Use 
PerM 



Presenting: The College Board XrS«t%S 

I Sixteen viricd aiij experienced per- laufiht in Ohin S(Mc Umve-rsiiy. wtotc He wis fotmerly eonneeled with Madi- Tiiis summer of '-19 finds manv ot 

sometsmiken^jlreboudjf SonUi- ™,^^Jj^»"^^Jj™'^.^ *= ""it" son Collese. ibe fraltj engaged in various Mivi- 

Taf ''™ide'n't'''c,f°ih="NoVth°P.t"c mif'itn'arffrom AfS. He^is 'the"" "" =^'""°'"'»' '"lirin'"r.deTor the »™k 'at ftf"' i'. A^'"ThSlog°iS 

,i'fe«"i"HisVS'toe'ne°' Sip'^ol^fPHeS^'STo^* i^Sif^^^^^^^^ 5J~1^^( Evangelism "'n'Slomim'eV, NgVV Staff 

;;«;'i/is'Stis°'s'iii ii!iHii:;r!rSiiSE --^Srlriy^fSJSrJit °:s;Tk:~A"zt^i^ 












Wrights Celebrate northern highlights Tenn„see, and through 

Silver Anniversary ^««« Se<*& - ^inU j4fte. ;4i. TiMul «,oin^v.Vta Ma', 

HL^ofrf'to'Slii °'"""'''°"" min\ltro'n!S''y-D*'a'nd*it,hinr';; f^^'Jeljlfd^'glS^ob^ttold.' ^^ (^■M PtMHtd 

StafT menriiers and friends showered °)j^[i ^.^^'gni^fof ^hVpo'ison'lw Jaluous'^doirlES of^dl^^thKC ^"^105 ^"'^ "i^i^ta-Uf StiH^d 

' ^ toinplete set of Holrnes and Ed- ^^ Gaekenheimer and poetic ecstacies over it attd this is the l"„'^«i?r,„' wiri'T'."! AmlriTa' n, 

„J, Lovely lady ■il.erasare. y„urs truly have a double-dale, (here Jesuit. 



Misses Joan Henriksen and Hetty of da, the deep (?) voice of Drew "'' ' ';«.■»(»' be a two hour course, and may appl, 

ILirdy kept the guest book. G..ctenheimer may be heard calling. ' ■:'.■'";■,;„„.„- =">»' °" •""""" ""1°"" '""."V 

Tiny Tots Go to i,;;^",^ IJ^'^nJ^iS'^S'C .-i,:,; a ,i/,, .ja .,:..»:. ;™,.,; iriif'';* °",*5JrAs 7 p" 

SlinUner School Too '^ The giJis who were trying to sleep fil"'jJ^']/'l'"'^J%^^JI"l.^y''''^' '^ '" ' 

"■0"" 'ills*"" 'hrd"^^!!? '°''°"° °">. ""' '!*"''''' P""'"'"'!-" """' '""' '°'""°" '. '"" "J"'^j ,„ the' 'life^and "oSnrionroroiher 





.■ a hazy recollection oi scattered, bu tiie memories oi tnis ^^ ^^^ ^^g MARRIED 

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THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



BENNETT ELECTED TO TABERNACLE ^r^Tiia'If p":!! 
S. S. POST. HUGHES GOES TO CHAPEL ,,,-- isi-r/„r 



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f^,=r.3\r" — PRESIDENT RELATES EXPERIENCES 

New Teadl.«. Join |^ ANTILLIAN UNION MISSIO^^ 

National 1' raternity 



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fellowship aniong «onKn j],^ ]o„| coofacnct in 

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