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COLLEGIANS REST FROM 
WEARY REGISTRATION 
LINES, CLASSES, LECTURES 



New SA Elections 
Name Publications 
Editor and 
Chairman 



WO! held 11 ih 


fcgulaf vesper hou 


FfidivevemnB 
Dclifield spok 


September 27. Hide 










in!cd'*'tK^ugh^lhc'"™edf ^-H 














dJl^S^e, 


he chipel hpuf car 








■mbly in ihe rollcg 


''TI^dII 


eld"'K^''Tn''e^ 




Elder Delafield Stresses 
Salvation By Faith 



Editorial: 




38 States, 10 Countries Make SMC Cosmopolitan Campus 






Brazil - 1 


F™."'a"L 


L°frw 


Cuba ■ 2 


Greok. Betty Jane 


lOWA-V" 


Equador - 1 


slJ^' 


T,h,''L\ 


Honduras - 1 


Hi99„,Kth,ra. R.lpK 


ll'Sn M 


Hong Kong - 2 


hm.T'o,™''' 


KENTUCKY- 


Korea - 1 


Lalllfod'. Judy " 


Haupt.' Fa- 


Puerto Rico - 1 


U»ve, An're 


LoctndgE. 


Siom - 1 


McHenry, Carolyn 


Miller, jo 


Sweden - 1 


ISZl' "£?' 


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:;E:ar"' 



SOPHOMORES 




ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



Editorial . . . 

THINGS YO'J WILL NEVER FORGET 
This is youc first year at Collegedale; maybe this is your 
first year away from home. You have been here for one busy 
month. Alreatly you have misseti writing home once, alreatJy 
you have found someone you will plan to write to, come next 
vacation. Now Mi. Hoars office, so fotmidable on tegisttn- 
tion day, is the home of a friend and counselor. Now you 
have met smiles petsonified in the forms of your registtar. 

You had not been hete ten minutes when someone intm- 
sejf and you had a new ftiend. By 






lanv fri. 



thtougl 



rough life. Your roommate, yoi 






Edirorials you may i 






_,en read, but the dorm columns by Chick Hodges ant 
Pauline James represent you and your life here on campus 

-_...-• here frm 

too could understand someone ftom Oregon 
or New Yotk.'Maybe it is you who wa,s lucky and 



Spanish toommate to help with your most difficult cours.: 
That fitst teal conversation in Sp.nt.h ,s a milestone whtd 
will take you out of die ■■beginning" class. No longer mus 
you humbly bow and murter, "Si'' or ■'Un poca.^' Now yoi 

"""one'Sy ne "ySTyou" ellows will remember Collegi 



n that big dinnei dai 



lo everything right 

,„ „, ^„„v™... - -, Mr"s. Williams^ dining room. 

Youll forget what was said in early morning worship 
hen you were so very sleepy, but you^U nevet foiget your 
r,,, in Snhhath school— how Mom would like to heat that. 



Roberson Named 1 , 

v.Mii.inv Dean Paul HoaT Assumes 



";f'aSn Principalship Now 



AMICl: 

Academy's New 
Acquaintances 

By Chi ' 



Jan Rushing Elected Prexy 
of Upsilon Delta Phi Club 




^. Pro^e^^i^ueaC. and ScutCce 



tostett, /torn Birminsh^n. 
■ott; jiiam', ke)'nolds. rmm 



oflilh by livinj 
Jinj'"u,"pa1usl 



'. "t'^!.d'°vSrki ™ 

Amicites Present 
Harold Johnson 

By °^"J;J'|^™'^,^ ,„„j 

inttX? H""l'd S. 'johnZ. 



GARDNER 
■The night of the Owns Convo. 



Music Ensembles 
Assemble Here 



Sun Shines Finally, j°{ t'tSs'^/'" "„!', °ij il''" 
Permits Picnif 1' iin j"„'„'';'"i"i5 Sic"'' °' ""^ 





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CONSTRUCTION STARTS 
AS SMC BULLDOZER 
MOVES MUCH EARTH 



Youth's Congress 
Meets in Noveinbej 
With Elder Lucas 



SMC Doct 
Teachers' 
With Nat 



Meetings 
ire Books 



WILHELMSEN BRINGS 
ADVENTURE FILM 



Seniors Choose 
Officers for Class 
Of 1957-'58 



r of Hifihbnd Acade 



SA Presents 
Musical Prerai 






MRS. CHRISTENSEN ATTENDS ADA 
MEET; GETS OMICRON NU AWARD 



Ralfe Ishani Give 
Piano Recital in 
Lynn Wood Hail 




fed vciy My as sc. 



CME Reports 800 
Students Enroll 






is ni, Sjileni. prcsenlcd a piogrim 
■ p mo music in Lynn Wooit Hall 
hipel Saturday, October 19. 


25;'schoDl of X-ray Ttchnology 
the School of Graduate Studies, 38 




Student Glamour 


~-:::ts^, 


Appears in "Joker" 

lorj the JoLer »is presenled bj 




chapel period MonJi\ • ' 




edited bj Ctioljn L 


c October 18 cliapel hour, to have 
"tctt""' Tlh 'Elder cEn Hyde, 


ice of photofiraphcr for the ap 


c stud nl body a b.ickground 


lidcolkgin inBcllincacqu-iinteJ^ 




Dean Clark Visits 
SMC This Week 



Hefferlin Seeks 
Rays This Summer 



Art Show Enjoys 
Much Attention 



Film Pictures 
Mountains,Pampa; 
Jungles, Indians 



SMC Stages 
Last Day Events 



Hjdc of the Speech DepirU 






Editorial . . . 



Tradition has become a way of life here in the Soud 
Soudiern Jadies and southern gentlemen have long bee 
famous for their gentleness, courtesy, and culture. This is 
reputation weU worth upholding— but are we doing it? 

Ladies, consider your forum meetings. Is the hubbub n 
heard last Monday night typical of every Monday night 
procedure? Perhaps a clearer definition of what the presider 
means when she says, "The floor is open for discussion," i 
needed. At any rate, we ate all aware of the fact that privai 

And what of our chapel periods and iyceum numbers? 

yout own in particular, and be honest with yourself. Chance; 
are you'll decide that where courtesy is concerned we ate deli- 
niiely lacking. 

What ate we going to do about it? As students of South- 
ern Missionary College and children of the Heavenly King, 
it is our duty to dedicate ourselves as Standard Bearers. Room- 

which must be dealt with by each one as an individual if we 
would have success as a gtoup. Let's start flying out colors! 

Pathfinders Plan Active Year 












mCCSHT 



Letters To the Editor 


HITHER 'N YON 


^J CA„O.V..lC. 


It looks i% though thii is going 




i^^ Spaghetti Supper 


American Tcjiipcnncc Society. I've 

officers and hire learned that, al- 
though they aren't planning any- 
thing spectaculit or splashy, thcj- 




The dorm has been the scene of many a rare sight in the pa, 








live way toward their gculs-' 


anted tunes, J*^ '^"''? '-°°" j^^^^H 


from oven tho most stony-heafled phyiics professor was the sight of 






Uu Denlson madly attempting to Ii. blown fuses for her neighbors 






Really, she was doing it all for science. (Otherwise kno«n as physlci 


l"d 'wl,r'Je" at' SL 'ui^nTo 


of'he^pS^lj-n^utLglZ; 


sands of pieecs left over, and h^'iss Stoneburnor had to call )he"'whol'e 








a '«pi°'iri3j' to' t^ti 


not regularly lislcn to such simplic- 


"'"Anoihfr'tooVrl,!liar sight around the dorm has been sick glrh. 


&veryn^"Ad!'enTi!ra<,rcJ and 


tollom "'"'h^^P^.^j^ ^ >"" "'"' 


h^Malhfir^tlnllrNoUaslIlbbl'd'NanlTc^^^^^^ 


the lonl cbapict of the Amcricso 


Ob^ioustr the M line "I hcjt 


minutes rest. They methodically patrolled the halls of MJH, giving 


Temperance Society. 






Stanley K, Showaller 


Wh"musl"^m!''Ion wrilers''bl'Se 


plaints we really appreciated their good care. Thanks a lot, Barbara 








We would like to express our ap- 


The most commonly used linw 


In spItQ of good nursing, Joan Kistler and Ann Cunningham seem 














mar,)- Uer wondefful nurses jnd 


(Conlmried on p^ge 3 Col. 3) 


funeral wreath made of "home-grown" yel'ow chrysanthemums. 


'^zSKS^^iy^^B 


.rne of out ability .0 make up .his 




he e<. t flu epidemic, Wc want 


We would like lo raprcss out ip. 


perfectly innocent goldfish, Oscar by name. Elvera Phillips overfed 








ed" h ^'i'eJ'^l^JoL^to 


lave prayed that we might recover 


Hopkins promptly and energetically administered artificial respiration. 


a us. 


I find Ihnt my vocabvilarj' is in- 


This pepped him up immeasureably. (Don't aik me how to give arti- 


'; "dr^lHfHli 


AirrL'"sa7'iw'sfnc°K- ''thank 


very unwise, (or when Alia Phllo backed into the hall after another 


■"" "i^^.'-n,^. ,.^ 


A T.il£e H.'ll flu victim 


attempt to muffle the din which issued from Oscar's room she kicked 




Oscar, with Alta splashing delermlnedly after him^" She would IhTost 








^^^^^ 




Finally, Oscar was returned home to live happily ever after, and Alta 


IP%: 


ALVIN CHRISTENSEN 


Speaking of rare and wonderful sights, it has been reported that 




Talge Hospital Spaghetti 


rsAD ^^'7"*^"^ "^"' "'""'■^^ ^"'- ^^ P'y^^''*'-'^ "P *''^*'^ 


I^SP' 






S^BVk 1 Physicist Fizzles 1 




Schmidt Slid Ih.l b. w.nt.d hi, mm. to tbo pape, .. h.t. 


But the rarest sight of all was Ann EllioH's new style, fuiiy-wuZ2y 










H, h. pl...e.l 


day Anna Jean left the sprinkler full of starch. Oh yes, Ann used if. 


m ^ eatblr a1 '«r had" when tbis"'coLmn°w«'lIJ wriHe-^.^Ou^ 


new ideaVould'TeV^'irthrsprly^nVl^rusllerj'' ^^' ■"evolutionary 


Speallng of fall— Kenneth Wright teak one the other day whan 




The Foreign Accent 


■hjeriMr°'i7donT"f yooToX Tko to'boy a"goo" dean -56 Chevi. 


By Stanley SHowALTrR 


tre.hl'r' ri°U'r,l°e°t°kt^'e'",'''L°."rre'''''lt"a™ald"oI°le''-h'om 




"Double, double. 


GHANA. TTiis ne«- slate gives one 


t choie to land upon, and war no rospecfor of persons. It is called 


ToilandlroubIci' 


the impression of children out for 


"" Ihe'do.m' -as tamed Into a .irloal hospital »ith "norses" on 


Andcauld^Z"bubble.-- 


rov™Tl^!n''unknown' wo?^^^ 


''"''Th«ie°"d. "D oto " Showalt. as makin h, round, wb.n 


The world is almos'^nT!!! 


|^^§|g 


on a chair. Showali.r asked .ho was sick and Carleton Hlgg'ns 


ihaotiL cauldron l^er '^hi'h Shake 


1> s'tcal north mto the de^rt to 


Snd'rec.tedVrapV "Oh^Vm fine ' Ho" Ire 'Zt '" " "" 


!KnXhl/"[rsccms''!"jl 'nnl' ma" 


s'tr'lk^^hl^ (X''o'<'rt'hur''d!^'irc^ 


h 11 * "■"/•"'"" '"■''"" "'''"' 'j''''''r"'',';j '\;' t'Tsi 'k'" 


ha,ts£cr,VnoU'ht'lMMfin'd 


indcpendu,^ from rranL.^ ^^^^^ 


Th! "p"rp™ lMhis",^;ifeh'm°.nt'is''tr p'llido i^'.il's fc'lhf po'or 


umlV tr"cIolutmn''"or'lmanLnl 


w r.umu hZ "1 ve'' 1 lIV'G'ildkr 


A hearty "thanks" goes to all the fellows who volunteered their 








Tu t'i<- )0u [ust 1 mild laslc of 


\ ndtr in the do ( arid \ l hip J 




















to the fad that 1 was not here myself, t/aybe it wasn't such a bad 


lirst if ill 111 s ,,0 '^OUl H 01 


itc jul 1 v.ot^ in tins 








WANT AD— Konny Burke Informed mo the other day that ho 


with i hlcril bani. Our first slop 


nn.-nbiislup in Europe ( ft 1 


wanlE an u^brola [masculine lypol. It soerr.s Ihat ono rainy Saturday 


reiM^hj'li l^V^t' n I^^'r iTm 


that Cimmunun was (he « 




nVom ^irVunningham."'^"" 




liUtVm'iwtl'rlTT^ li.r 1 




■ns that Ann has Iwo unbrollas hut in all faith end con 


iiL Mit llllurt 








i' K?nry^t' !fil5 7u~d1o°td,°UrrW rm°7n''Ks''"o"' 


minicIn iiLPmuc h ,!"" 


'l"l' L^,\!rt)'m"J 


b™llas°to"b'e"fo'.nd°" ""' °"' ° ' " ""' '"'"'"■ '" """ 


X''""'"yotT«iiphr 


ll^fu\fZ!'^i 


The Upsllon Delta Phi sponsored another spaghetti supper the 


liUle nation But iIil 




Tho"rei^L"''«n Ruling! h'/d°fl gorjpTnd l^^^^ 


?fT"-nl d"'a.."r" " * 


' "': ! 


baek (or seconds, thirds, and even fourths. Afior wo had stuffed our 


^ II pribabl) hu,s[ l^cf .l I c m.i,n 




and one married man by Ihe name of Brian' Wilco!', gave ulTfew 


Z 1 'iLd^V^ARGLNTlNA'unl'' 










Tho other day, playing football, Jerry Williams let his appetite 
got the best of him, ^nd he tried to tate a bito out of the head of Gene 


pX^^t^omrJuT: 


I3o1shc^>kss.hofelftull>tr, lotmd 




ma) cause Prejidtnt Atomburu' to 


ou whDsdDint what and >vhy 


'" *"' ThiHolumn^lr^oied fo^b ' c d ' h h h d f 


Imvl to tighten up on the cit.zenr) 


PtobabI) the happiest and most 


males of tho earrlpkii, buH JfryVIpeci" burden on my hla^rl re" 


aao."'lheS^Liih''AiUt'icto^hcw«'l' 


pr«e^t'°Ts ^WEST GCRMANY 


gardlng tho promulgation of (ho "Accent." Pleaio subscribe. Do it 


ern lOast of Afr i when wc traji 


Once again the German peopU 


IryoTdoI'tZubVcXio'Ub oe?7d o7The''"ht« '"'"""' ^''" ''° 


It mat Honest Abduls for a sll^h. 


hase snapped back afltr a worlcl 


Thank you 






llerl"nd"r',hT''neT''nron"of 


(CoM'w. 1 OH pngf 3) 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 

^ne ^o* ^ 0aaei SUcdent? 

Throughout history ihc masses have been conte 
rbings =s rhey e>risr Peopie have been slow ,o aecep, , 
better ideas and still slower to see Che need for imprc 
before they are developed. 

As you look around at your dormitory mates, do you see 
any new Newtons, Galileos, or Euclids? Do you see one of 
ihese in the mirror? How can you tell? Many men in New- 
ton's day were content in the knowledge that they were very 
learned; they knew all that the great scientists of their day 
had to offer. Because Newton was not satisfied, he was able 
10 leave us a new concept of science. How about you, fellow 
students? Do you accept anything you are told just because 
s on "good authority?" Do you think outside research foi 
:e of time? When ElcJer Boynton tells you thai 
certain act, do you ask why? When Mr. Hoai 
I gives you a new formula, do you accept it or do you ask hoi 




I NEW FACULTY 



STUDENTS ENJOY , ,^„ , ^ „ 

^ .— ...._.. ..^. ...w^ Kenneth Dunn Joins College 
FROLIC WITH FACULTY L„d Academy Faculty 



hom/p.nL''cCi;'rul'>^l -i^'c ->' 


'~'n,!.^h„,l .nJ l,a,..L ... .W UlI- i;iri. 


rapidly li propeller -dt.vtn mCNrt, 


JoAnn BIjtk, reported a truly new body 






SMCdieniphlofOctobeM, 1957. 


ser\cd the pirt)' went (o Ooltcwah, upab 


D.jn Ur-cliucc'.. fa.^ul./ honu 


iic:dy "fjmily, Merc ihcy repaired 


Z' 


B ■\ll^r' lh"'*5tud'i"hoS' and 


lEES^Br'^^^-J;^ 


boys 














— ' °f P^^"''P^"°" "■" "'^ 


hle.:^ke""f^d "and hihZZ 


filde 


Here arc a (w of ihe hi^ih- 




In'lh 


lighw of some of the parlies: 


samples of the 21 p.inici conducted 


know 






(ind 




a toncludcd ihit faculty home par- 


n( oi 








c'riuptf'Sve' ThJ'repo't" Ih^- 


Palh^nders 


sr 






bies, 


broke up J link wriier th.n most 


organLzalmn we m.y contemplate 


^ 


°elutn" their babyiitlers and tuck 


P is for Ih^c parents who must do 


Pathli 


honever. Bob and Marilyn reported 


their part for Ihcir boys and ^irls in 


fhe"'r 








delicious pizu. Another highlight 
of Ihi: e^•ening wis ihe lakinf; of 


with Gods help, are performing 
their duties faithfully and wtll. 


PfOV. 





Staff Stuffs Self TWENTY SMC SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS 

''':^!!''::" .TOUR NEW ENGLAND WITH DR. SHANKEL 



Veep Don Wilson 
Reviews Objectives 
Of Student Senate 



Upon arriving in Jamestown the 
with^Tp«?al inteiesJ the^epN^'^ol 












brought lo them bj- I 












roup eagerly I 

'isiting Ply-" 

^ is only one 









r<^€ClNT 



f ilhclmsen Tells 
Of Ancient Lore 



Southeni Memories ^^ 
Starts 



;:•::'" "Around the World" in Song and Costume 
Presented by Student Association 




SMC TEMPERANCE CHAPTER ORGANIZED 
WITH ORVILLE SWARNER AS PRESIDENT 



%f." 


"""»; 


on.c, College 


'" On-ii°rsltnc,.''T= praiTtM, 


'pS 


lo"rh=' 


hip'STot 


presented the otiicr nfficcrs ind then 


MJH a 


i Jud, 


1 Gmbb and 


day Adventist young people, nnd 
more specifically, the stndcnts of 
SMC have a grave .ciponsiWity in 


"«dj" 


Z'Z'k 


mt™!': 


presenting Kn,pe„ncej^.he^s«,- 


iy"foM 


e &o,E 


"SXtad 


Norma Giobb, Jody Smith, and 









Industrial Arts 
Building Starts 












>v„ to Italy, 



Danforth Fund 
Needs Applicants 






THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 


November 8, 1957 








Editorial . . . 


HITHER 'N YON 


^^^^B CAROLYN LUCE 


One December da) lasc year as a buddy and I roamed 
through the woods hunting foi decorations for a large parly, 
we became mosr interested in the shape of rhe trees. 

We noriced that the tiees high up on the hills that had 


T,„., W.,.„.. 


^^^ Goblin Girls Gobble 


he philoJDphical segment (ind it 


H!;iiii,inSaS''!^' 


y^ Sbiiffie Score Sluiffled 


*RN AcCtNT^Trp^fchlncc ih^J'ii 


i!'e"L"r)""fou''nd by'Vteidrbe able 


Loud shrieks and howls announced fh„ gathering of all (ailMul 


litile water had few branches and were not very symmerrical 








Others in the valley had plenty of water but were crowded 


rsl time is responding to signals 


and about (hat time you don't latc 


Bveoing. The screams of mornmonl were hardly unprovoked for luch 


tosc.het and so didnt grow evenly; the branches on some 
parts of die rrces were too long, while on oiher parts the 


nl reduced by teHecIcd light from 


LfTgalgrdis^rZ; "■''''' 


"'D^ro?hrKu£cwJSrn?os7oPg her costume of very, 


btanches were too shorr, and in still others there wete no 


ripping you (maybe the word is 


Next thing you know you will be 


CaTol InmYn Tn* Dior's" latos(Tven?nq°creatio'n' a flame^c l'"*d'' "*' 


branches ar all. However, there were a lew, a very few, tbar 


riping), for in the poit, most in- 






stood all by themselves with no other tiees anywhere near 


ividuals have found that it be- 


Face It: the only ^''J ^°^f^^''^ 


completo with black accciiories. Taking (he prlie as Taaies" were 


Tern these trees were very symmerrical and well balanced. 


^^foutth "^f the ^MhrouEh " 


wgin Ldinq the stori' That w.iy 


two liHle girls just arrived from the old country— Helen EllioH anc 


How like college life are these rrecs! Those students nn 


"Have you ever become ovciem- 


,■00 get bored during the middle of 


Norma Srutb, in Stockholm's "loveliojt" gingham gowns, straw bon 


the hillside of lofty ambitions will become dwarfed and mis- 


h-ltioillv e.^perated at . con- 


he second serial (isn't that why 


nets wA pigtails. One small but noisy "ctiickon" completed thoi 


shapen unless diey send their roots deep enough to rap the 
constant supply of the water of knowledge. Those that just 
tap the surface warer will suffer the seasonal droughts. 


prcl on,c<h,4 - d^picaHe. 
rcn't th<T? Nothing Uke reading 


'^r'BzE^ 


Those bathing teauttei, straight from the 1920's, garbed in rod 
jeans; loud, unmatched Bermuda socVi; high heels; old bathing luits; 


The students in rich, moist soil of the valley of learning 


le linJ Irnci of a (""S^P'' '"''* 


entire drag of ^"^'^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ 


Watkins and Ann EllioH. All hair styles were indoseribably lovely. 


who depend roo much on rhe thinking and learning of orhers 


ves leficcting the moonlighl. If 




Can anybody help identify that cute liHle peasant girl with the 


may suffer rhe consequences. They may become unbalanced 


warned lo leave them alone) ; psy- 


long braids, who had evidently [ust come over from the "fatherland"? 


in ihei, development and become prey to a very lopsided 




chologically, i( is far better io he 


^^^ Ono'^''ctold''l.™rdr'ol'erlook that delicate buck toothed d 


characrer and personality. 








Only die student who stands alone, who thinks things 


■eck's issue, The Attack."" 


with your shoulders Situate lo the 


her dashing escort, Shirlly e"n"tor '"Tho°'H'endren Slrirer In" 


out for himself mstcad of blindly accepring things, and sends 






?:tT;'lJ:s:;::i'rXt:»iti^w.i:"r'^^^^^ 


his toots deep into the foundations of knowledge, wtll de- 


enly the leader shouted, 'Lets go 


Jiose ","" ""|j^*™^"^, °"j i^J^ 


velop symmetrically. 
















TOUt a- '^<Mn. pant? 


:!:tlxrS};™»P 


::^'^ilj!v^i;|l^'u 




Do you know why November 12 is importanr to the 


On the radio, continued stories 


of Mir/Ftr/ — it has the last scc- 


the game. 


students of "iMC.^ Ves, it is the annual Ingathering Field 


each their pcat.As you vainly seek 


ion of an awfully good slor> 


The girls of MJH have certainly been partying recently. The 
student park, Tuesday evening, October 32. Sandy Collier played the 


Dav Lei's all get on the band wagon and make it a successful 
day Im sure that all of the SMC students arc energetic imd 


or something decent this comes 


about. , . . 


Jealous enough to do the least, which would be to get rheir 
Minureman goal. 


The Foreign Accent 


The main objective of this day is for all to have the 


ByST.NtHvSHOw..rHB 




opportunity to help the needy at home and abrciad. Several 


jQi ~Z1.^^^,^ 


students cannot carry the burden alone; it requires the co- 
operarion and the participation of the entire student body. 
Ingathering is not die only held that needs student sup- 
port There are the many phases of the MV work which 


.ember Egypt's General Nasser's 


ncif;hbor5 such lovely people iS tht 
Communist Tibelans, the Southern 


call for student parucipation. Every 1st and 3rd Sabbath 


old on to youi hat; (his is a good 


'ranis, Perhjps with an exception 


BH^^V'vi 


rhc Sunshine Bands go out to bring cheer to the shut-ins 
otphans, and the sick. Have you gone on one of thrae bands? 


own' m p!namt 'if "uXnk'lhlt 


hU^'mto'^e 'pL^^^^^^^^ 


B^Bf^ Plaster Palpitates 


If not, why not volunteer to go with one ot the bands and 




brine a cup of good cheer to some lonely heart. Jesus has 








^id?te iLmu^cb as ,e have done i, unto the least of these 


nn't be so sure. Congress sent a 


natc in having as its premier one of 


Paul Allen, the weather man, wishes to apologi.e to all the people 


... ye have done it unco me." 

Another field thai needs student support if it is to exist 


zfi^'lSz^'^1^^. 


jcnt efficient, and diplomatic pol- 
licians — Huscyn Shaheed Suhra- 


telling people of low temperature to the e.tent that he had many 
shaking in their boots for foar that their cars had froien. Well, pretty 


is the Student Association. As the name implies, U is an 








■■association of students" fot the betterment of out college. 


aersons in higher echelons sit up 






Do you ever attend the Student Senate.' This definitely con- 




:iolitical career almost literally by 


only 13^ lower than it was supposed to be. Technicalities! 


cerns you, and if it doesn't have student support it cannot 


RED CHINA . . . Poor old Mao, 


he bootstraps. Pio-Wcslern, de- 




but be a failure. 


The Peoples Friend." is hiving a 


termined, shrewd, and sixtj-thtee, 


so J rolled over to close the window and shut out the icy blast. In 


Let each one of us do out part in supporting the pro- 
gram of our college, and this will develop the best of school 


ifficult time trying to hold to- 
ciher the Chinese People's Rcpub- 


^A^l^fTpe^y-: 


^S\Ei^^i^?^iviS:^^ 


spirits. 


march. and Mao sits In Pciping 


moSr^he-day'Vn^'^T bnd 'of 


rhr^olsum^'Sking'the'^ion"!" o1''hi " pr^eribTd bo^ made^hil 


Subs Still Sought 


hewing his fingernails, wondering 
what new propaganda scheme he 


happy smiles is "Down 'With the 


Bob Matthews, Carleton'i roommate. 


For you readers who have not yet been contacted by a 


world think that all is well in the 


Out? well, perhaps. There's an old 


fell you why. Last time 1 said that "Dunn's car was done, and if you 


member of the Student Association, this is your opportunity 




saying that you can't keep a good 




(0 subscribe to the ACCENT. The price U still two dollars, 






last month. It was a good story though, wasn't it77777 


and we would not want you to miss a single issue. 


ropaganda; he has 600 million 
rcatest problems. 


philosophy'of "doni kill 'em, put 


=oN.J';:;,.*HJST„/kll°x:dL:"..d°'°p::is;!;;:Hitr.°rTh" 




,",s™ ivati r. 't"f distiio'i 


entirely possible that Ike's old 
buddy from World War II days 


StV'hi'lfh" j%',^:';'hV,rr.Ltl."°o»7ht™.lr.i,"';",' 




— ^--^--^CCgl^lT 


i!s^z?^.£".it:f^ 


OnTy'^u^e^wiirtJ" 


clothe,, and flew down to chapel only to find he wai an hour early. 
Don^t feel loo bad, John, 1 did Ih.) one. myself. 


j^ siMlilHill 


Especially — For Freshmen 

B, RON PlotEt 




During the past week, several of 




D.e lo fh. cold -alh.r ». have b.an having lately soma of fh. 


u(»i™"roe iIk KhMl''iar!^»^d"'^''d°i^'ilS'^S!i^EnTMtd''^L"^ 


the Freshmen girls hive encoirn. 


you are being called a "square," 








Actually a diatom is a plant found 


olha, day as 1 was w.llin, p.sl' Ih, d.an^s offic. 1 ov.rh.a.d Dean 


;u;"£rH."HsS7i' "' "^ '"'~'^"°"" "'* " " " ■" 


as the ■■Pirate." began this week of 


In fresh water; its phylum .s 




Seatham MiiiionoiT Coll»flo Shidanl Auodaligii 


AlT,'l«T,the™7™S™ond 


Gmndset.)*^"'"'' "^ '''°^'^' 


'woii'L»bll,to".'™i.°! ii^r.°z ir, ",^Ma, ".Zn 


STAFF 


eje, TliJt patch cerUinly looked 


ginia 'A™«d 'L^' to^ Fr^'hi^ln 


have them put out." 


- rh' Anna Ion Robiiuon '60 


impressive! Sei'cral days later Judy 


Comp she discovered that h« chair 


column, my mind (7| turned over to the time of year. It's the last of 








of the offices. Fortunately she sur 




doan of men. It has the tame rhythm at " 'Twas the Night Before 


" ~~ ' ' p,„| ,„„'., 


tiiat ihe is saw a lc<tcrn sittinc'i't 


Cot..n.^A,v^^ C^,.«.™, ^; Bj^^^. I^U™. J^; __Mn Hin=.^«; 


hurt her foot. Really, Judy, what is 
wrong??? (Get well soon!) 


LToTecor^era^d'Lt'^^t'e 












T,p..--- * '- ' A,,;., ., ... Su. Johnson. -., 


Marthf we^'tol" ' oTnof ,o"'S 


Towe7of°Pis^bu^t I would li^agine 


""'■ John Hinel )'JZui \ put his -ame in this column, he would put 


Rcr-....-.-.--R..^^iT-^=rt.^H.f,. ^ ■ 1 N M ','.||,'^n^'*';,^'vi,ii'nj" 


weight *' " '""' "° 


"^ Hen """vesT a^nd'*i ^"Im 


mine in his John Hines. ^^^^_^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ 










Jinrf, \\<\. ■iV, 1. l.r.r, . 1 ,ir, , W,lc..<. ■(,[■. Donjid 


add to your vocabulary. 


ern Mercantile. It goes lil;c"this'' ' 


" Let^m "toll 7ou fellas if''YOU w'a"nt your name in here, do some- 


W.ISKI, W, 


If someone calls you a "psycho 


Before 1 go to bed at night. 


thing outstanding, like seeing how many flips you can turn from the 


















T«lu.ial Advi»r &.n MtB™™ 


called a "crack pot!!!" (Compli 


Who knows, toTs'e'ni^r I'ma 


walked Into the of fice'^nd 'informed uTfhat he bought an"umbrella 



Ewcpiiomll) good 



ACCENT ON . . 
. . . Collegedale 

No good advice, no heavy logic, and no siUted conch 
siotis are forthcoming. Read on! We hope you enjoy th; 
liiue as much as we enjojed wricing u In this issue ne wis 
to pay overdue compliments to those ^ho are keeping u 
[he fine spirit at Collegedale Academy No doubt, flatlet 
nill be more easily read than sage council 

ReLentl>, Dean Upchurch took time ""f '" ..""i., 
ro lommend the men in Amici for theit c 
room care We ^%ould blush 
kttp up the excellent work, men 

The Academy Student Forum started 
«i[h a moonlight hike ending around a campure complete 
v\ith marsbmallows and good scuties which \\ere told b) 
Professor Hoat and Elder Bo)nton Congratulations to oui 
rnrum Council, headed by Tommj Mosccrt (The editoi 
vMshcs to thank S)lMa Sellers for the report) Casa Loma 
Llub got tht jump on the men of Talge by having an open 
h( usu earl) this year Upsilon Delta Phi must really keep 
\M)rking to compete with a spirit like this 
Leave it to our vivacious young ladies lo find an excus 

ine Pauline James' article this week will see that our girl 
lia\'e a really good spirit. 

Amici Hall may not have hi-fi sets in every room. It doe 
have a good public address system which plays music tha 
compares very well with that heard drifting up from Talgt 

but also in the excellent programs here on campus whicl 
vou have earned the right to attend. 

Fellow students, this editorial was fun to write. Will 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




Honor Lists Published... 
Please Note, Parents 




wnlcd^ in chapel, a 

JlyLchil^efo/Mre 
nts, he spoiled Lloyd Is 



;lifihtfu[ part)-. We had il 



SENIOR SKETCH 



iWiisician Anderson 
Enjoys Profession 







the right of the bo)-;s annex. 



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ivcn famil, «^ 


li^Tv 


.1 jakmoes 


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completed the co 


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eeh ^hool, I \ 



enough snow 



Professional Students Or^arizo fhili^ 



■ollowing.he..wplan>,^ 
v>«lins pb^of the dub sp 



John SieniL-ns ivii nnally elected 
Robert East, i griduate of S^^C 



BARBARA DALTON , 

Teniperatnre 
Pulse 
Respiration 

ON THE FLORIDA CAMPUS 



prB-nupi!ng at SMC. 



Noel wa7fl''Wlega°te,"nd''bolh"Ella Hyde and Sally Dflugherfy were 



rHE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



''Around the World" Scenes Portray Countries in Music 




fEATURE Jl 

Press Employs Former Students 

For Several Departments f 




» lutive jon of Collegcdile. having "* 
been botn hccc. He graduated from J^ 


thjn ihe office of ihc hUxwger of 


shop, it paises through the hards , 


pay-col] deck, billine clc;ck, and 
F. Meiic. 


has charge of the lnlert)-pc ma- ^ 
«js l)orn in Chattannojja and has 


y*^M|^ 


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SENIOR SKETCH 




Y I Photo Mart 
Wants Pictures 






^ople to share in the productio, 
'^^^ZSalldptofiUb^^^^ 



Ackerinan Judges 
Singing Contest 
Cliattanooga 






sGyTK[;;:[.]!:siG;;.^CYGuLsai- 




CCINT 



Board of Trustees 
Meets in January 



SUNDIN PRESENTS 
THE GOSPEL TEAM 



DON COSSACK CHORUS AND DANCERS 
PRESENT CONCERT SATURDAY NIGHT 



INe« Truck iDhures 
Prompt Deliveries 






Students Choose 
Faculty Counselors 




Ci'ane Leads Effort. 
Ill East Brainerd 

Br.in«d k^ bnt. !« for Jaao.|, 






YOUTH'S CONGRESS 



Elders Lucas and Nelson Address the Southern Youth 





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COURTESY WEEK 



"Golden Glow of Southern Culture" 
Theme Chosen by Courtesy Group 



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tjirjS: 


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Editorial 



£e44. l^^ut "^ou^ Sea? 

Evetyont at sonic lime in his life has heai 

pleased when the hate, who had all the capacity for the race, 
was so badly outdone? 

lies that to have a disadvantage is actually 
an advantage. People don't expect as much from one who is 
working at a disadvantage; therefore, it takes away the mental 
strain which comes as a result of knowing that one must make 
good in the field. A person who makes good in his chosen and 
fitted field confronts this bit of gossip about hinuelf-"\Vcll, 
he should be good. After all, he's been doing it all his 
life, etc." 

Obsene what could have been done had the hare used 
his talents fully and with faithfulness. People with ability 
should not become satisfied with the fact that they ate a 
certain ratio ahead of the group, but rather should measure 
iheir progress in terms of bow much they could have done. 

Tliis is no easy trait to develop. It takes ambition not 
to become satisfied with above average work. Better yt 
takes a keen and sincere interest ir 
permit him to stop with anything 



Seven Express Viewpoints 



\voik that 



The Work of Tearing Down 

II doein'l Uke « bll of salt 

To leal a biiildhie di 

maniac with wild delig 

Coidd ,a„ ll 10 I 
' il Ukts a skilllid * 
To bndd a palace fai 

aiilyjorai 

E and iplern 

a tol oj Ihoitghl 
To ciish a lonly loiei 
I chmiy jool will do. 



It doein'l lake iiilelligeiice 
To giipe and ciilicize 
When things don't go jnsl light, oi fai 



But it takes a heal, of wisdom 
To build a way o/ lije 

Then la keef it miming smoothly 
r„e JTom grife and i/n/t. 



OPINION POLL 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 

Especially — 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 






Teachers Attend 
Knoxville Meeting 



>'nrf, jotod h 



DEPARTMENT FEATURE 



119 BUSINESS MAJORS ENROLL FOR SEVEN COURSES 



joint worship in ihc college chapel. 


w^ able to obWin over a hundred 


Elder Ftili Guy ptescntcd the mom. 


dollan worth of nen' le^ctbooks fo 


,ng notihip Ulk. H|-^''"' = ^^_^^^| 


he curriculum hboratorj-. 


powei, iuperioi phjsiul 5trenf;th. 


ie?Trnd-:;'';he''mt.!'nT; 


which b available 10 ill— a Jaus 


''onall'^acquiInl''edwiUi^ranf'^'e 


il is not a lack of piogfams ^4nd 


edTcation'' ""'""'' ''^''"' '" 


IJ, m'oar live, .nd ou. ptojedi 




with a soni^'ser^Ke led by ElJe. 


Autumn Comes 




Sojl petals fall 


of Ga.-Cumb. acted ai supennten- 


Without a ioiwd. 






''llintre''' itn' S« Chuck 


Upon the ground. 


del Vallc Cuol Buckner Kenneth 


Their color gnuB 


Kissint;!^*. and Dick Wilson. Elder 


That once had been-^ 


miisions appeal was extended by 


To tempi and haunt 
The eye of me,,. 


huibjnJ spent some lime in Indo- 


Their life— how short- 






tliose people becauscthc)' are Chris- 


To fade from mind 


by Elder Tcddric Moht. MV sccic- 


JEWIL Edwards 






Chplr Sing. 


course whid. is designed to train 


The college choii. led by Prof. 


people. He was in(er^■ie^^■cd by an 






Tbc offertory' was furnJsheiJ by the 


liie 'inner thoughts of the congrcga 














there soniethiog 10 be done for 


interviewed four )'oung persons wh 








Betty Eldridge, Sbirlc)- Puckctt, Do 


MV wotk from Its bc-fiinnings with 


Parrish, and DiL Henson lold ho« 






/.•pl.lfomanJpbndlta 






bough o.u n on , 




soiiTHEii!i \im\w gdlIs;: mm\ 



rAC€gMT 



Davidson Attends 
Business Meeting 



Dasowakita Club Stages Life of Stephen--' "p' 



Add* New Items 



Foster in "Hour of Charm" Benefit 

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THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Editorial . . . 

"7<fc 'Wa^i^tUit SetUM ..." 

Down in [he barren valleys tall trees cowered before 
,he howling December wind. Up on .he high slope, of the 
Smokies .he snow lay in deep drifts. As wc drove along 
the winding mooniain highway, shafts of sunl.ght made tin) 
rainbows on icy twigs and branches. 

We rounded a long, descending curve, and below trs lay 
Maggie Valley, bathed in the peculiarly rosy hght of a seitmg 
svinTer sun. Chris.mas candles began to liicker ,n the w.ndows 
of houses nestled against the valley floor. 


The Foreign Accent 


And here uc hsvc our Sputnik 

iiehi 

Is n,.,Je h, ui ..nd not by the God 


the wofM that they even disrcgatdec 


light's" 'people huTed toTdto! l"den^v"iih packages and 
wrapped in heavy coats and woolen scarves. The even.ng a.r 
was filled with greetings of ■Merry Chr.stmas" and w.th 
old, familiar carols clanging from church towers. 


..mrh of hypiXriLiL-a! cMtem,,st. 
IS the)' hope 10 do someday. 


s' df "bL'°u "a Hilsclf'o!'HT 
m?n1o h^.'l^^ and Dblf. Hl^ 


The heavens were studded with tw.nkl.ng stars vyhen we 
arrived at our destination. Inside the house we could see a 
tall tree wirb its lights glowing warmly. The door burst open 
Ltd rhe air was fufl of the cl.atter of relat.ves »d d,e strams 
of -'Silent Night" wending their way from the parlor. 


lion of one's hopes and goals but 


onto the stafie of life and says 
the universe looks down pitj-in^l 


The world was full of the Christmas spirit. Hearts were 
light, and folks who never spoke to one another at any other 
lime were smiling and shaking hands. 

That ivas last Christmas. Now .he season is here once 

!£;"^rriXS.s"Sco^°."ES^| 

■ ^ Wh (his 5o''' Is il (he "Christ" in Chtistmas? Is 
"h^.u example- "f the peace and good will that would bring 
j»y to mankind if we always remembeted to love and adore 

(he Babt uf Beihluhem? 


Nolhini; but an empty shell— and 




A Real Chistmas 






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rHE SOUTHERN A C C £ 



ACCENT ON . , . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



This is the season when one hears as many ways of saying 
Mcrrv Christmas" as there are handshakes. Some seem to 
^jv "Merry Christmas, Friend, may God bless all you do." 
These people are the happiest of all our friends; we are made 



.._ ..-onder if ( 
sent the spirit of the Christ Child. 
\. few people seem almost afraid lo speak. 



Then there are even those cold personalities who will 

.coEni-^e no Christmas at all. They rush past us absorbed 

the problems of the world, problems at home, problems 

litv have to meet, problems they have only imagined. 

Some of these people we like, while others leave us 

Friend, is it possible that lo different people you may play 

liilTerent roles as you say, "Merry Christmas," this year? 

, there not those whose company you enjoy and thosr 

ose presence you have made mutually uncomfortable: 

here one whose eyes you can not quite meet as you extent 

season's greetings? The spirit of this season makes i 

I both imperative and easy for you to remove any such blemish 

from your happiness. 

From your editor, "Merry Christmas, and may God bless 
viiu in this season as you become a greater blessing to ot" 



Scholastic Honor Roll 



(.asa Valle Serves 
Spaghetti to Boys 



Especially — 

— for Freshmen 






Attendance — 

— Honor Roll 



Holidays PiOMde 
\aiiety foi Pupils 



IVIoie Aboul Amici 



^ ^^M^iKa^ 'PatuMe, 









by 5.yin£ th.,t\vhcn su, 
u.l,o^ompUmcdabo.t n. 



Watthlioui Senate 
\Soilv toi SMCites 



tx.r" ;^ t S-":sJ-^;;vt?f •,:'^^ 




how Ihey applied to (he world more than i90o7"ri af^er^theT pTL 


lan^ation. So he Jct out to find the Spirit of Christmas. 


Thii simple man had often read the itory of Scrooge and lile 


most men he behevod iti pages became they were familiar to him- 


io ho reasoned that the Christmas Spirit was the spirit ot qlvinq' 


'''^^2\n\?'^''^ri^'^°'^^ 


vo'icei i?E?hinf f I £v£ S"LJi£r'-' °^'*'""""'°"''^ 


Th"'<^ '*"'' ^° ''^ pufcfiaied a few gifts for his small son. gl^X 


but In'^io^llnlH h'i''ih*rht '/I'd h "°^ f""""^ '-^ ""'«l^>h giving. 


3t such a party, he mused, there v-ill be ligbtheariednesi and happineu 






seem fulfilled, bo. soon the laughter became mere"!? noise, Td 


looking into the eyes of his friends, he found no true [oy there He left 


t^hf hoWa""'"^ *^^* ^" "'"^'^^^^ ^^^ "'" ''"g"^^'' tl-^ '"^''ning of 


Since Christmas is primarily a religious festival, he made Ms way 




the soft falling of the snow in the gray and shuffling dusk, and hi 




dim interior, but the quiateness lay gently on his disconsolate mind 


and he was sure that Tn this peaceful sanctuary lay the answer to 


his search; so he rested gratefully there and looted about him. Thoro 




concerned with"his owl burd '""h'° '"'^"^ "" '^'' """ '""''°"- " 


around him. And the man shool. his head sadly, gathered his packages. 


and tiredly left. 


Ha walked past a doien brightly^Jothed Santa Causes whose 








Out of the partial darkness of a city evening ran a small boy. 






so he asked, ■;Why are you so happy, son?" 


mas and'thlreVbTlirof "s urprile^.''"""^ '"'^ " "'" """ '" ^^"'^" 


'■You must have a great deal of faith in Sa.ta Clags." 


' give me"p*resenirD^dy'7 have faith in^yW''*' "'""' ^"* ^°"'" 


; And the simple man went home and read the Sermon on +l,e 


your "children,^ hl^mucT moTe' 'shairyourFlLr^hicrfs fn'^heavln 




Suddenly he knew why fhare was no Christmas Spirit in the gifts 


of the Christmas shoppers, why there was no joy in the holiday party. 


why there was no comfort in the cathedral. Only (he children knew 




faith In one higher than themselves. He thought ot the faith of the 


shepherds and the Magi kneeling at Ihe manger, and there In his 


very unremarkable home, without a carol or a tree or a gaily wrapped 




possessed— (he Christmas Spirit. 


^Ttf^^ BARBARA DALTON 


ftjp? T « Temperature 


^ v" Respiration 


A ON THE FLORIDA CAMPUS 


The eleven seniors marched into the Sanitarium church Friday and 


Sabbath led by Barbara Dalton, junior class president, and Jeanette 


Hoslotler v ee president. The entire junior class led the seniors on 


Over fifty people v,'ere present at the "Buffet Supper" given 


by Ihe |unior class In honor of these graduates. The parly was hold 


a "prophecy" and the seniors a "will." Myrna Roberts, Shidoy TIco 




a duet and a reading. Mrs. Clapp bought most oF the food 


n p eparat on for the party. 1 understand that she mistakenly bought 




for the student nu sos and Iho community young people. Elder Kenneth 




had been he e ( would be impossible to exprais the blessing we feel 




Because our line of study is now primarily in (he field of eye, 




D^ r" E D ako n Winter Pari. We find that the doctor Is not only 


a v y capabe teacher, but an o.cellent host f,' ""^j'- ■^|!*?'' ° ^^ 
hours we all have a stimulating "gab session and dohc.ous hot 


elu n°o'M s! GIe"nda Rdfe^from CME Ste'she llslalln^o'*'^'"'^^' 


ber 1 wa, raduation week end for the 


last sen o^'^Lss ("gradul'Trom (he^Horid'a Sanll^rTum and Hospital. 


B^l nn no w th I9S8 the nurses wiil receive their diplomas from the 




THE SOU THE R N ACCENT 

Chef Smith Tickles ^^^"°"^-"™ Fun in Physics lab 

BiiigesouNVints 
Ti wel m Em ope 



Palates of SMC-ites! 



Baldwin \di.iits 
I Lil I I I Inn 



IT/ nT Pitlifiml.is Se 

\ "■"" \ncluli n I'l, 111 

a Sp„ n k 



Snow' Decides Not 
To Stay in Southland 



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Board Approves Dorm Construction, 
Road Paving, Campus Improvements 






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Editorial . . . 

"Hevet (}iifc Tifr t&e Skp. ..." 

Semester grades ace someiimes looked upon with dis- 
eiLSt and mavbe a few tears. One should keep in mind that 
fli is not in vain. The following ate a few famous ^wiong 
s diat may ease the cruel blow of 



Alfred Tennyson's grandfather gave him ten fhillings 

lad The old man said, "Thetc, that's the litsi money you evet 
earned by your poetry, and. take my woid tor it, it will be 

Benjamin Franklin's mother-in-law hesitated at letting 
bet daughtet matty a printer. There were already two pr - 




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ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



(lOdi ^ Tlew Seuteiten 









Community 
Clippings 



crhaps ihe highlight of vac 



brad tailed i>s all with samo deli, 
ciooi cookies and soft dtinks. Then 
Liberace the Second descended up- 



. onl, one thing wio 
tian, hu a phot: 
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Dunn Presides 
Ovei- Nurses Club 









Opinion Poll 






ition for eight senators- 
snciation to ce-appnaise 



is equally evident that some fifty 



the tight direction.— C. M. HpU 






nbers is unsvicldy. 
c workahic then 1 I 



Education Officer 
Visit Academy 



Dr. Lynn Wood 
Reviews History 



Chiapas Mission 
Receives 2 Houses 






wnded by giving not nnly ennugh 



Christcnsen "Names" A Story! 









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Case Graduates 







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B ARBARA DALTON 

Temperature 
Pulse 



—it's COLD. 

a by "Zl. lome bj Irain. and a few of us by c. 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



SMC Names Nine to Receive 
"Who's Who" Awards; Chosen 
for Scholarship and Leadership 



Student Association Presents Statement 




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llxcnalion Talks 


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TPI Dean Speaks 


n, rhn.ttn.cn spmt niosl ol hi. 


At Presentation 


v""M""*' 


Of 1958 Seniors 


:,;: 


ficull\ and student body durinp the 


••'^:^^'tBl 


utce5 trom Bethel College, the Uni- 
biikground of expccienre as an cdu- 


\(linM dunni, bptmg^ VK^liOn 


;H°jFE£!rIrl: 


1 ihit he «is happ) to 
KUi students are tal 


tnle Professor of Uic Colltje of 
Edoc.lioo al the Uni.eesil, of Teo- 


|- \\ 15 \ct) intertsting 


...fAfid";™",;"'"" 



Lower Classes and Clubs Elect Officers 
Swarner, Lorenr, Del Valle, Hoofard Serve 



>MC Instructors Earn Higher Degrees ■"■J:; J^;« 

i.ampus Improvements Recommended '°'!^°^Z,ls vesper,-j.om. 














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president of the Dasowjkili Club, 

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Uasowakita Club 
Invites Men 
To Reception 

On Mondi)-, Febniiij' 3, the Up- 
down the oisle holding a box and 


Little Chorale 
Sings Here 

to the CoDcgedilc conununity by the 


"Look what I found outside the 


w'e"ed7="S'N™ Yo,ke„, Don- 


Ronald Pickel then opened the 


Arranger; Wdliam Jonson, Mirsical 
Director; jnd Gene Bayliss, Chore- 
ogtspher ha.e staged md directed 


mcnt before the) deuphcred the 


"T.'*e°'s!>Lri.re>'"">8 "»"» 


tremc power of J tomans ability 
(o do tescar^h .nio the thnughts of 


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prompll) di^iiisscJ— " nh iht re 


ra,?',:Tr^n',oe';",V::"'L* 


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L"„n'[x'„;:i;r"R;'h°'rd"',i^?i" 


Teu Collegians 
Enroll for Class 
InJonrn.lliM,. 


Hvde Serves on 
TcMl."ok(:ron|. 


hi partiLipnti to ^cr\e llii-n honiL 


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he Theological Scmimr) and the 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Editorial . . . 

^<we Owi (^eUiA IfMofU? TUf 

The atarnoon w.s hri{;hi .nd warm with ihc lays of iht 
cailv Octohet sunshine. Clouds floated lazily like pufls ot 
white cotton against the blue sky above. The three ol us 
walked slowly down the dusty country lane A tj"™ »' 
birds flyine south lor rhe winter months, lecled crazil) o^er- 
head. The fields were yellow with goldenrod. A Iresh, coun- 
try aroma died the air. 

Tornins off the lane into a little-used path, we made our 
way through brambles and . pine thicket, over a morst saw- 
dust pije-iemains of an abandoned mill-and climbed care- 



.-ally over the rocks, forming a roaring v 



'°°l.'ying"''ihere"ad'e u°s Lei 'nostalgic-reminding us of 
childhood days and dreams, and all rhe rhings we were gom|- 

'° Our hopes, our lives were all wrapped up in our lircams 
When rhings went wrong and older, wiser_ heads did nr 
agree wirh us we rhought, 



lose our chddish 



passing yeats and changing cireu. 

form to mediocriry, making 



i the dreams could ha 
ttioda little revision; bur the atdot an. 
time erased them and madi 

" VTesr,U°u6h.fwt?"pe,meating my thinking as I lay 
there rbat October day. And today I ask myself, has tmie 

"'"pip" rw°rong'i"Ekintth.t such childish zeal 
should have been nurtured and carried oyer into adulthood 
Maybe it woold be a detriment to the college student to feel 
so stronelv about a coal in life. It is probably natural that 
,he dreaS, of success, when face to face with the stern teality. 
of the struggle necessary to obtain it, should he dimmed and 

like to think that this is the ansv 
that the changes and the 





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THE SOUTHERN ACCEf 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



McCay Addresses 
Physics Club About 
Work at Oak Ridge 



I futt6o-i^ IReO'C^ 7^cie4t^fte .... 

edale Academy actually looks focward 

well, at lease thej look forward ti) tin 

n period. For a Junior this marks as g 

ath of adolescence as his 5i\tcenth bi 

:s the end of his morbid uMstcncc x. _.. 

me only. Exam week is the period ihosun 

_ .J , ich Juniors are alio^ved to grow up and 

I look at life for the first time through the tinted glasses of a 

lemselves on the back and consoling themselves, Wc re 

oner classmen now." Still, it was uncomfortable when a 

■ good program was presented andcouldn the shared with tf 



I iadie 



owing up; there 



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e of us haven't waited so much 

1 111: ...." ^w ..js noi brought a great social upheaval 

I at Collegedale. It has brought a new and better spirit to our 
I campus, especially between the upper classmen. Our Seniors 
I are proud of this year's Juniors. They have shown that they 

■ ■ as many of Emily Post's rules as we. They have already 
;d themselves to be mature students, equal to the trust 
jrivilegc entrusted to them. We hope that the Juniors 

■ will .eel more than ever. nD\ that he) are m//j upper class 
|men, the bond of loyalty and fr cndsh p v-h ch II hold us 

together long after gtaduat on ne\t spr ng 



I -Lamp Post" Staff 
I Reports Progress 



INTRA MURALS 

Basketball Teams 
Play Series, All 
Score Baskets 



:5 (24 siudenls entolk, 
ic prjnaplts of v^tiou 



COLLEGE 

First Semester Honor Roll 



Safety Hazaids 
Discussed in 
Opinion PoU 



I Casa Valle Club 
I Chooses Officers 



Fust Semester Honor Roll 



Hflssenpffog, Glenn' 






, SEATS 

: This Is Sad Plight 
, Of Many SMC-ites 



Ne Blood Li cet 
U ed I CI c Lab 



THE SOUTHERN ACCE 



FLA Hears SMC Kennedy Takes 
ts„ Expln Teatlu.^lo 

01) I e ( 1 1 




Speech Department Builds ^^^^^^^^^^ in Room 322; 

Physics Department Assists in Technical Details 




n I „ „ , jh To II 



for Iht CollcgLdik 3 1 




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Barksdale Addresses 43 Seniors; 
Doctor Underhill Mokes Presentation 









Talge Presents 
Program of Music 






Dosowokito Holds Reception; 
^^Hearts" Theme of Evening 



IBiologists Earn Credit for 

Atlantic Coast Summer Field Trip 






Walters Reports 
Annual Progress 





/I ^laadei OcUIm^ »*<■ 



ied«n 






uning fraiecnity i 



nd pulpi 
I, all will sounc 

u. au linderatandinL, • . -. , 

g tookd? Can anyone >,ho has lived duougl. the pa^, 
■ . and had his wi.s about him fail to see that what the 
calls Btoihcthood is just a mask foi expediency. Pei- 
his statement calls fof an explanation, 
or to 1945 our legislators were pleading, in the jntetest 
itherhood of course, that the batriers against the Chi- 
ld Indians be lifted, 



of tho. 



tihy pec 
speedily folk 



andpe 



Iby, 



i loved ! 



tally bound by the ties of 
r hittet foes. Then the cty 



jnd domonsttatc to them out Droihcrhood; 

arc killing our Chinese foes, ate they not?" 

All of this happened in one short decade. Is it a wonder 
that the world lifts its eyebrows when we begin to talk ah, 
BROTHERHOOD? It is all too evident that Btothethood 
times past has meant expediency but not morality. 

Again, our love for one another or for nations is coupled 



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so 


called Brothethood p 


art col 


pricked hallo 


on. 










Even in rhis 


narre 


otco 


uttesy, hot 


often 




na 




1 Ihe 


young ma 


n devis 


of ways wher 


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n caus 


: some young lady 


die essence o 




trim 








polite veneer 




disa 




How easy 




embittered, s 


riy 


or 




esoct to un 


gcndeir 



CAROLYN LUCE 



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Wlien It Snows ll Siioivs 
Mc'Cnrdy Ovcrlearns 






created equal." Our forefathers suffered ai 
rinciple, but today our nation eagerly allie: 
IS that trample underfoot that sacred and 
pie of religious freedom; indeed we close 

ight in spite of repealed pleas that the pledg. 



o that end av. 


en in exchange for ou 


r dollars, be ke 


pt. Wc 


nibracetheTit 


Ds and Francos; we ma 


e unholy allian 




hem but at n 


.at a price! Our crite 


ion for such u 


ions IS 


.mply: "Ate y 


u with us or against u 






If we treat 


ur neighbor kindly be 


ause It IS econ 






\pedient to do so; if 






kotherhood t 


foreign nations aro 


nd the globe 






e are on the trail tha 






dismal failure 


n our international re 


ationships. 




At the clo 


e of the Spanish F 


evolution, Dan 


West, 




sentative of the Churc 


1 of the Bteth 




n Spain study 


ng the ways whereby 


hat devastated 


country 


might he heipe 
lighted up. He 


d, its starving peoples 
had ir. No. The answ 











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ALVIN CHRISTENSEN 

Talge-itesHailDeau 
Valentines Storm DoiJ 



Spa n reeds cattle; her babies need milk. And noitbetn In- 
diana responded with mote than 9,000 heifers. Did those good 
Protestants stipulate that only Protestant babies should be 
g en milk ftom their heifers? Did they make sure no Com- 
mun st baby got a drop? Never! And those cows didn't care; 
f r the cty of a hungry Communist baby sounded very much 
1 ke the cty of a hungiy Capitalist baby. 

Brotherhood Week can mean a lot to this old woild when 

" " '^- ^ " ■ " ■ "' -.11 come from help- 

we can expect them 
through the beaten 

Id fol- 

^ads to 

leads to life Is that of 

C. G. Bush 



and if V 



hel'p them'r 



if expediency. 

lents of Southern Missionary College, 
lows the wide road of expediency, hi 



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THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Branson Locates Site for 
Sontliprn Junior College 



irangal 


HSH 


„,«„ 


ed'dfiht years arli- 


,?*a 


lr.l£C 


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'('■■&5'u'th^tnTriiIi- 


R,J,t 


y and the Proi-hf 


m 


pistor at Oollwjh 
and was so deeply 


cj'l 


"ior,"'rt OollI'lh' 


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"opt^»,^ '^ ^ 


al th 


t tjnw preidcnt of 


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ndly .n 


nuncd by lh= li.p- 


liphted 


H, md the people 




SCJlM^t" 



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Upsilon Delta Phi Features 

"Adventures in Hi Fi" for Benefit 



Elder Roland Hegstad Conducts 
Spring Week of Prayer Here 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Editorial . . . 

They marched solidly down the aisle of the chapel, keep, 
ing step with the thunderous tones of the organ. They were 
[he SMC students who hail from nations other than the USA, 
and each was carrying proudly the flag of his homeland, 
the thoughts which filled their minds that 



ffe-ll never know f 



- portrayed in ih 



Perhaps one 
sunlight cascading down the sides. For am ; „ , 

may have been [hat of a brilliant flower garden, full of 
blooms peculiar to the tropics. For one the memory may 
have been the smell of fresh bread in Morher s kitchen. 

The curving lines of a pagoda silhouetted against a blue 

sk-y- the voices of loved ones speaking their own language— 

- se are a few of the things that I would guess these young 

1 and women were remembering that morning as they 

rched down the aisle. 

But what rd really like to know is this: how did they 

feel when Old Glory was carried, fluttering, down the aisle. 

Did their hearts warm with remembrances of friendly 

smiling faces which had greeted them when they first jomed 

us on our campus? Did the thoughts of the people whom our 

flag represents serve to strengthen them and counteract their 

fJin^ of homesickness for their native lands? Have you^ 

gone out of your way to help make out guests leei at Some. 

I wonder how we'd rcaa under similar circumstances. 



CHARACTERS ON CAMPUS 




ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Colleg edale Academy 



THE SOUTHERN ACCE^ 



id you ever hear of second-hand popularity? This 

vc will find out what it is and why people seem in- 

d in it. This second-hand popularity is acquired by a 

I gioup of social parasites who choose friends, classes, clubs, 

boost in their personal popularity rating it will give. These 
are the ones who push with all their strength for that office 
you give them, and then lie down on the job, content with 
the honor which they feel is theirs. These are the egotistical 
pushers who horn in on your circle of friends and slay only 
until [hey find another group which appeals to them more. 
In this group is the date who takes little interest in the wet- 

I fate of his girl for the evening, except that they be seen 

^together 



:e very hard to detect. 
Are you putting 
land social groups as you expect fi 

■ plaining 



which V 



uch il 



eyou 



e dragging youf 



:oo slowly, when you 
own feet behind? 

her symptom of this social parasite whicb 
lifferent. Such a person desires to feel important, 
)rtant than anyone else. This person is often 
share this attitude with a few fellow snobs and 
■ form what we call a clique. Have you ever been in a dinnei 
le behind a group of fellows who stood in a right circle 
id made it apparent that no one else was good enough 
in in their conversation? Perhaps they may even disa 
me diflicult course in loud tones to impress all listen 
Iwith their intellect. They may even refer pointedly to u 

s held by the inconsiderate clan before any friendly 
Iperson who may offer 



Red Jackets Win 
As All Score 

By John Mines 



You have also seen the devoted public s 



villin 






edont 



who 



We think panicularly of 
accompany for special music and song service; 
get their names on any program. That attitude of 
e and genuine friendliness shown on the part of 
if adopted by the majority, could drive the social s 



|Commnnity — 

— Clippin 






AMICI 



Friendly Fellows 
Feel at Home 



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SMCNuisesinFla. 

Sei\e Suppei to 
Foiest Lake Cliib 





HITHER 'N YON 


ARCHIVES 

Thatcher Farm 






Opinion Poll 

Br <J..vt M«nros 








Was Site for 
"New" SMC 






b™™,°lSd-,lte ;;;:!„!;;: 


ZtiVT'SfTCx:', 


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!es. Unlike ordinary modern ar 


Br Don Parhish 


l-e«,.> Wt,? 












SofinSli'en~i''S,ll''''° 


tains near OoKewah, Tennessee, a 


:'n3r.r.HKidf3t 








audience, but it was elevating and 






n^d^ran through the place, and a 




ed 


arc an onlimiled nlmbir^of 'tide 




personalities that brought pleasure 


\ 


e'l"rt "*"''_;^'l. ■'«■»'«''■'» 


legidaJe" "Se'ce^,^! 'parwt^h'e 


ioyS'"-S™^r ci^Lr'^ '"' 








"I enjoyed the film, "The Court 


°i 


iteZr'r ',™n"i''s '° 


all totalling between tlirec and four 


Mar(iiil of Billy Mitdidl' best of 
the importance of being true to our 


' 


laogh hearlily at ^ad^^Dr^dl, 


ErdB'HrlEE 


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It 


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dents of the Southern and the South- 


bold lo our convictions in the last 








days. It shows how strongly wc 








should be nxited in our beliefs and 




3 few lid«, and understand th 


Elder Wight first investigated (he 


standards and gives an insight into 










" 


nud, complain that he undeistand 


r'^nel''LlerS"'th"^' b^tfif of 


— Alfli-y Sue Ejles 

"l have enjoyed se^-eral programs 








thoroughly, mainly because I did 






abililj- and his fatherly counsel. 


not attend. Really though, I enjoyed 






Weak and crippled though the 










hilarious." — Carolyn Lace 




















staff. All those t«tcd proved (o b< 


was a testing and trying experience' 


programs that wc can associate in a 




ve<y narrow-minded people. 










principal of the Graj-sville school, 
and he was brought loOoltewah as 


vi^enrtZ one ^.ti J^ 


m 






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/> 


then rdr"ioiral"''sKr«ar)- of the 


hiving fo entertain himself. I'Si^k 


he 


f 


w^'^d<^ed the"J^Rt SweT of 


S"grat°"if ^ani7'an"e?e^ 


t 




CollegT """" ' '"" ^"""" 


3£^!£S£] 


Si' 


=- 


yellow house," was the largest on 


Deans N.cht What else' 1 en 








, 


'^°^ ^° ''""""^- 


but conducted a business in lime A 


wheL'"lie"r)"n'^n rhTIomZ^n ' 




£;?il\?HvHE 


tht buline^ h'ld'tt thaT. m' J 




» 


,rm '. 


2 


spotted him. Whether or not he ac 


died away. There remained n 






tually made it hunting oc not de 






5 


rav?Toti;i"of"pu^wh?don 


S^mr^of'*'Lm "had" four ^o^'h^e 


Llmr,'h'ita^ii'"^"/T 










,, 


to yoQ. Turned upside-down, thi 


doned; they were minus doors and 


Kmda hard to sav— John We, 


I 


Droodle becomes: Ub^ngi tnl 
uoodfii leg gohig himling. or lidc 


hB^i^Illl, 


le-,' Neiec' Tra\elogue' No' SA 
Benefit' Maybe Faculty Home 


I 


O "? Jf PV„ 


variety 'Getting better Facultj Tal 




5 a ,7 ^ 


by the incoming school fami[> The 












■ 


(jjartcrs and the gids dorimlory 


'^!S'h°UhTltZlh -?n"o1her 


'" 


„«■'.=*■ 


students. President Thie! s and other 


^^■Hie Don Cossad s jdded some 




a 4 « ^ 








a 6 '^ d^ 


shacks, filled the openings ™"d^ 


Tieir guKcral European voices 






'fiFttl'^hhh:. 






Trope.l sk, .r ,..n b, (ro«. 










f lor da orange 


and half canvas was built eai.li 


![tl'^o<!j"b'umm Holes the « Md 


C p ani( n Thw a t snow- 


>-ear (he student bodj numbered 


onimiy incr be n^, (he presided ol 


I( ciu5tlldont unJcstjnd, 


about fifty. And Ihtrc acre in 


hL S.,hool 




i' u ro^h^r'^'i''^ 


f^i***^ BARBARA DALTON 




^'k ,'^:,"/^n"n "T^Tr 


^P^H Temperature 






, dbjKnn,!, Burke, 


A ON THE FLORIDA CAMPUS 


















("% 


eilker d.ao whllo. n,edi.n, .hit. or dirl, white! W. .oJ.raland 
that this ir the heaviest ano«fall Waahington haa had in years, and 
a thrill to soma of the girls though — espeeially Jeanetto Hoslijt/ar 
'" '^i'neeTwrole"^ Ella Hyde and Sally Daugherty have both had 






visitors from tho Sunshine Stata. Gals, you must be a powerful at- 




" 'I'mLTZI'T^: 


""^ Of course not being used to these slippery waits we've had 
casualfies-Holen Andrado, Betty Thompson, and Anno Boothe a 
have had iroublo siHing down lately! „ 




toiumn. Upside-down this be- 


All the girl, at Cfclldren's took their torn being ..=k_^J Jea">J^-_ 




s, ll.ild-bi.uleJ ,„.mirilb p.ih-l>. 








""i u'ndtt'nd Ztyvonne Noel is always geWng the h.spitaj eall 






ystom mired up. Every time they call .' ;7°'J_!=«'_{*".,^"*' ,h° |,at 




"Sers" '" """"' ""''' 


abby she thinks th.y sj^y ^™'»;9 j 







THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



SENIOR SKETCH 

C.P.A. McClellan 
Graduates Soon 



Spring Arrived 
In CoUegcdale! 



Cliff Keller Plans 
Teaching Caree 



SMC Band Plans 
Varied Activities 
Under Mi". Jackson 



Scholars "Play" 
In Gynmasium 






SENIOR SKETCH 



Back 'N Forth 

B, D. Ch«] 
JUJI in czs. Ih. t™.l .di 



Dean of Boys 
Plans to Teach 




Professor Curtis Serves for 65 Years 
As Teacher of Math and Librarian I 



■ork by private sludy afler ,vo,|,- 






SENIOR SKETCH 



Niswonger Train 
For Medicine 



,0- h.ll5 .( too«)eJe. I,c, 
J,,,- c.n,K lo »s torn .lit hM, 







Watrous Studies 
Homeroom Plan 






Memories" Plans 
First Snow Party 



.onghoM Ik, SOI 



;„p„inlend,nrs S,«d, Council fn, 

l»L'°l,e'"ndy Ai* cnd»„cn,™i 
idped E,ail, in j.ihmnj ihe de 

liB or 1 hom™ goid.n» pb<. 
mol, o'ffti. sWdfll «s Ion" 



Bowens Visit So 
In Canal Zone 









COLLEGE DAYS 

April 13, 14 

ALL SENIORS AND HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 






rAC€gNT 



Voice of Prophecy 
Announces Youth Course 



inick \,l,ln-,M- 



i" .1..: ' v^C:^^ Olson Places First in Annual 
Temperance Oratorial Contest 







THE SOUTHERN A CCENJ 



Editorial . . . 

The first gusis of spring have blown over the valley of 
Collegcdale. A chorus of frogs give forth with a constant, 
croaking serenade. A few days ago, as we came down the 
steps of Maude Jones Hall, a speckled bird on the lowest 
limb of a holly tree was warbling a prelutle to spring. 

But with the coming of spring there's one thing we 
remember; statistics show that year after year the 
most fatal for G.P.A.s (particularly those with low 
:e) has been spring fever. A. ]. 



Letter to the Editor . . . 



H' 


CAROLYN LUCE 






^^ 


Katydids for Sale 






j^ 


•'Nick" 


Names 






artificial pony (a 


,"o'-:'h':r.' 


i*n','l5'tfr,lre" 


o^'n't". 


'.Z; 


.VirnVr."""." 


^rned" -oC 


■S§1? 


growth 


1 their 


tooir.'w"" 


lhe°bl°-°e".''e 


a"''iart"orSe°ber 


""lined 


r.er, 


b..n.. |Th., «m 


"tir/l'T 


ung now.a.days-l 


e ..eni. 


Ann. 


d., f"^^\^^ 


■, ...ity. 




. The",'e 


person 


bMrned oul, (ho 


battery died, t 


SMC they pracl 


they ran 
when they 
oally or., 
CLOSED. 


IZl 


they finally did s 


to budge. 


m'jiriib 


decided 


at, he 


itwXhrb 


.Vt'ThairM,; 


ective and rightful 


enticed 


,o,h. 


you're not espc 
one-fourth of the 

bed. Ann Cunn 


EllioH. "Gyps 
by. "Birdie" 

iaily oh.o.y iu 


Cara.an" |Ca.aw 
e o.ening. iu.t afte 


n|. "Turf 

,he had 
ely. "1 • 
tely. An. 


Woods. 


packed Katydid 
I "a'ndToont.'ot" 


7 They're del 

Carolyn Lowry 
ClleetWel, » 


atydidi? Lutcious. 
De'annrRrg'by.'or 


e llheV'e 


•:it 




CHRISTENSEN 



Tucker Raffles Waffles 
Vacation Vanishes 






. On (ho other hand if yo" ""'j 
'and ""am til T^hT ACCENT I 






rHE SOUTHERN ACCE^ 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



\7<^^i da Ot^xi ^ead in ^au. 7 

Maybe you do not believe in love at fitsc sighc. Maybe 
Ificst impressions do not mean much to you. Still, others do 
count first impressions. What would a stranger rhink who 
was observing you now as you read the Accent? Did you 
read first those sections intended to enlighten you, such a: 

loid your ego force you to scan the papet for your owi; 

liamc? Does yout school spirit support a real intetest in yout 

;hool paper.' When you arc through reading this papet 

hat will othets have read in you.' (The editor hopes that 

[hey will at the least give you credir for good choice of 

re!) G. K. 



:asa Loina Hunts 

l,,v>sac.ldaadbnttrn,tht,„, 



J boys i[uickly. but pondEtouslj 



Conimuiiity — 

— Clippings 






H> then jQu may be pleasantly 



D P Enjojs 
phinese Cho^ 



BCther out In the ope 



Forum Plans 
Fun in Snow 



Eoty. fo, the, scnously ddi.c! 
,ition.l, brcakine .nnocoat J 
injslasm to satisfy thaeuts 



Remember 
COLLEGE DAYS 

April 13, 14 



SENIOR SKETCH 



Peel to Teach 
In Pell Cit) 



Opinion Poll 



QUESTION— I, 






Ideas for Accent 



ul bj means of d ipla,. 
e highlights of ts scop 



Barn Used as Auditoriiun 

«, Don PA..15H 

the not Sopicmbo 
d in, llmngh ik.n 
itity oc complete, 






Id Jnd place on the 
and enough bo,l,nj 






Temperature 
Pulse 



f^ 7^ Respiration 



rfl be completed. Howcc, ,f il.is /k Qpj jjjj f [.ORIDA CAMPU 






HE SOUTHERN A C C E iN T 




Mary Dietel Receives Title of 
Professor Emeritus in Languages 




I^-J~l~l — ^1 



L 






IgA Sponsors Egg 
lEne Hunt in Park 



Home Ec Supper; 
Grundset Emcees 



I mscn Receives 
U rellmisliip 



SA Elects Officers Wilson, Crane, Hall, 
and Godwin; Short and Luce are Editors 




\K Stiiclc nt^ 1' irticipate in 

( li itlanooga Art Exhibit 







Sem Campbell Presents 

Lyceum Here April 26 



SMC Offers 
Summer Work 




phjSKjII) mcnullj ind 




'' (S'JSZ M' ■!) 



Alumni Gathers on College Campus 

Classes of '32 and '47 Honored 



r'.'ii;f*Xnr;"j« 



Pomt Sjitem gi^cn b) 



Lab Assistant Says 
Work Is Beneficial 



COLLEGE DAY ISSUE 




lalf chis many people hurrying aboi 

You will find college a challenge— different and inin- 

fomTio^SMC."Thir'is the pbcJ where you tnay develop and 
use iheni to their fullest. 

SEE YOU NEXT SEPTEMBER! 

Future President's Message 

It gives me a great di^al of pic 
seniors' We, the students of SMC, have Oe-en loOKing lo.v 
tu )oui arrival for many montlis now. We have opened 

compittel) at home with us. 

I know that as you participate in the program we have 
planned for you the warm spirit of SMC will captivate yout 
■ ■ • ■ ■ s. It is a wonderful privilege f" "-nmc 



a Christian school such a' 
ire \ou can associate with 
als and Christian principle; 

ead\ planning for 



e education, 
o hold high 



e wm'be ;;,rki"'ng on "projects, such as a Student Cen.e 
to make life at SMC more enjoyable for all. It is our . 
to serve you in every possible way, so plan now to comt 



^CCSNT 



Honor Roll for First Nine Weeks, 

Of New Period Second Semester 






T,l.,, bH„ 



f^' — 

Sunny Skies 

V^i_<-1 Higgins Marches 


B»l b=(.,. .. g.t .l.rl^d or .n, w.nJ.ri.gi lot mo o.fo.J to 


' Whil, 1 .m wriliog (hi, oolomoit i, r.miog. !>"» 1 kop. Ik.t ., lo. 
• lot in tki, pop.r don't got tl,, ja that it r.ira .11 tfc. fim, h.«. 


The oihef day there was some kind of something or othtt lo go 


EESHi:SSHSB{i;n;; « 


in the general localifry of Collegedale during which time many 'oull 
wishing to keep dry availed themjelves of umbrellas. It so hupps^nod 
that the rain stopped, but the soul? contriving to be cautious .ould 
open the door, put up their umbrella, wall a few yards, hold ^ui iheir 

blessed with curiosity, Dicl< asked Carleton why he had ''''.|"^^^^''|^"j 


1 run into but Leiand Teti curled up on three chairs trying to sb>;p. H= 
said he was working. I guess it would be work to try to sleep lifcc that! 


Jnttah 

By JoH^ 

The Rebel!, with Chuck del Valle 
place. He has a well-balana-d team 


mrals 

Basement — ^White Sox nunigcd 
,h'eif°n°n,°.'tk'-nf.rV* 
h.v.n'1 a pilche, a»i«i il I'O* 


But it is thought Ihtit (he txcellcnt 
fielding he has in Don Wilson, 


,i,r:"eSS';!N«^";-- 


^^:.^T^-^:^ ■!.f': 


Hoilo, Hoppers (LmJ.';' 


E:vLn }::::-Sl 


Slump Jumpers liave a snan? 
poss'cred U-am including ]u)« h" 






THE SOUTH! 



ACCENT ON . . . 
l..Collegedale Academy 



College 
ademy Dr 






I a( spring wl 
loyal, while thought of an umbrella- 
School spirit has been unusually 

who liie rival class officers were, active forum officer. 

cellent articles by underclassmen, and programs good enough 

for the college to "crash" on dean's night. Now a senio 

I in sharp new jackets and junior plans for a junior-: 

nic have pushed this school loyalty to an all time 

Visitors to our campus will find students who, bt 

)ur proximity to rhe college, consider it socially acceptable 

jtudy. "Stjuares" are the exception, but "A" students are 

y much in demand. We have a staff strengthened by its 

" ■ the college and enriched by eager p; 




^\ Registrar's Office Proves 

Worthwhile Experience 



ciivity in preparation for 
:ass carpet absorbs t 






who, lit 



rtill thir 






d drink great draught: 



some of these things which mal> 
SLhool may not be easy to discer 
more profitable for all of us we 
le of our academy dorms for each v 
]ol pride in all wc do. Some of us 



I lore About Amici 



Ausherman Chooses to Remain 

On fampiis After fHadiiation 



^djool ^ongg 



s pU^ that by nature 



R HIGHLAND 
Highland AcaiJem, 



3) us cheer with our heads held high. 
STUDENTS OF LITTLE CREEK 



FLETCHER ACADEMY S' 




Mmibtenal Semiiiai \i!i!ts LliiHches 
In Areas Surrounding SMC 




THE SOUTHER NACCEN 



April H, ,55, I 




soyTH[ii;i fjiiSiuiiiiiiV ciLia m m 






ISam Campbell 
■ Hunts Animals 
IwithHisCa 



Christensen Gets Sopi.s, lai s„|,|,,i -Monument Valley" Film Shows Experiences of Adventlst 
PluKappaPhi ""'" ■« Missionaries; Francis Line Brings It to SMC 




,„ng b) Addph.a 


l.^p.. 


ronr!ol.t)Ilo, Duih 


3H 


Sordon Pi.lt") 
Buck) Coggin ptcii 

Rcpiibhi v.ilh Bo 


"'"''i' i'to 


H;£' 






THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Editorial 



"'if.au MM itant eleuA kow . . 

The 2:30 Old Testament class qui - ■--"-' 
fled muttetings as the last class bell rii „ 
bold tilts his bifocals and peers over them as he calls the class 
roll The class then proceeds with the lesson. 

Crash! Whooshl Titter-titter! Tee-hee!-jnd with a 
miehiv swirl of scarlet skirt Minnie-Belle MacGillicuddy 

coUapses. breathless, into h- ' - ■— ■•.""i". "Oh- 

■ofessor Smorgasbord, I' 





ed a 


victory. Everyone in the entire class is looking at h 




her." Oh, glorious day! 

Ask any exasperated teacher if this is an isolated 


case 


He will vigorously assure you thai it is not. Do a 




orisinal research on your own and you will see how 
students do "steal" the whole class's time in this way 


Of 


course it is taken for granted that you will be in your 


sea 


when the bell rings and will observe, not join, the late-co 


le.s 



7^ (^^t^M^ &^^m^d<titt&t 

:ollegedale is occasionally blessed with the absi 
ipy transfer students— but not very often. So 



lade know 
ley 



looking. They generally ha\ 



well-dressed, clean 



if it's cold, groan if it's hoc, rant when i 



These people are actually wonderful people. They 
shouldn't be dealt with harshly, but rather they should be 
pitied. Their well-developed physical bodies glow with 
health, but unfortunately their mental aptitude ' 
mature. One should not consider then 

Somehow they are convinced that they'rt 



OteAuU to. t^ ^ttUt^ 








the « 


alls 


n the c 


orridors of the 














ildin 


s are the poster 




anno 


unce ev 


ents of interest 




les. Numerous 


unes each yi 


ir these 


gay, eye -catch 


gdev 


ces somehow pe 


etrate 


ursu 


bconsci 


ous, prompting 


Rii 


how many of u 




eally stop t 


look at these 




It is a woven f 
ing and appcali 


ct that 






must be qmie 




e in or 


erto 


make the least impres 


on on 


preoccupied collegiate m 


inds. 






Sor 




this ye 






superb. If you 






ate aw 


are r 


Fthe f 


ct that it takes 




ated thought, ti 


me and 


orig 


nality. Various posters 



>rkmanshi[ 
the approval of the most critical eye. 
The remuneration, if any, for t 
for the posters is certainly ne' 



which would 

responsible 



) them. These bchint 



r^ccsHT 






Letter to the 
Editor 



Pittman Returns 
For Brief Visit 



of Don Crane. A f 
through the teyhoi. 



Vocational Subjects Provide 
Emplo}Tnent, Enjoyment, Relaxatuin 
and Remuneration 



THE SOU THEKN ACCENT 



Iaccent on . . . 

Collegedale Academy 

HONOR ROLlT 

27 CA Scholars 
Land on Roll 



Annex Antics 






NIOR SKETCH 

( nimei 's Job Uses 
iisiness Skills 






ti-CollTOa„<lihm/ir.llj 
iHcplmiMcomplaciht 



«°"',h'/""' 
«l> or 'on," 



More About Amici 

B,- Ted Smith 

dL„v™ oiley" ..' Lid l 

fc^ iMo'ftrdoo'' B.™ 
lorned ihe ke, ho wa mido foil)' 



FUTUREVENTS 



OPINION POLL 



Shall We Change? 



ins „bjcc 

Jl.r Vv 

of paper i 






INTRAMURALS 



Play-by-Play Accounts of Recent Games; 
League Soon to Close for Year 



'ougly single bj- Oplein C 






,. b, lliitd b.,en,in.Jin,V,, 



b„e on a fieldin£ etro, b, Jo.ge 
Othoa. A doable b,-HoolSaande„ 

, „„jie 10 cenle, Jeld Ihns , 












Ifabaaeon.nencb, 
'.n°d°,ee.!rdbU°f.irLl,. 












lt:i°z: 


/o?° 


;^^"* 




iMP 


ing horn,; fo 


the 


founeenlh and 


decidinf; run 


otih 


Rebels. 


In the top 


fthc 


Itrth the hittilnt. 


stopped. G. S 
field. Ma.b.e, 


tic 


fore thq- were 
infiW to right 


Dykes doubl 


d'^to 


EiS 


^:i£z"e 


b« 


ootascously lo 
h Ihe bij .an. 


H..,o.. 




r';*',;:^; 



r<^C€^MT 



Do You Dare? 



Rccniitment Plan 
"W oiks in Siiminci 



SMC's ^^Million DollaK' Chapel 
Hears Report by Elder Chrlstensen 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Editorial . . 



7*^e S^ —- 7*^ ^CfiHttiHt^ 



. Since then she has worked in every phase of new; 
gathering, make-up, headline-writing, and proof reading. 

With untried and often delinquent reporters, in tht 
face of skepticism and occasional short-sighted criticism 
often t)'ping much of the copy herself, sacrifici 



Lo)-aI support by (he administration of the school plu 

occasional encouraging letters from subscribers have been 

chiefly from lack of understantling of the function of a col 



;nt to the Southern Union the NEWS of 
Southern Missionary Collegt 

And so there will be fewer hurdles next year, for the 
incumbent, Donald Short, has the advantage of a yeai" 
perience in the composing room of the press where 1 
made up the Accent, a "ttained" nucleus of reporter 
the promised support of intetested persons who will work 
■with him to make ne\t year's SOUTHERN ACCENT the best 
interpreter of life on a Southern campus. 

We wish for you, Mr. Short, a year in which editorial 
tasks will be less of a grind and more fun for you and youi 

—FEA 





Senior Placements 




arc tr).L 


\z 


wjn Mildred; Teich W SMC eJEmentiT)- idiool. 




.t,r:i 


\ ci!]i 


nell. Vinson: Going 10 study it Eastnun School of Music. 


Z ,r '^^ t d 




6. D., 


chd:. John: Gridu.tc work (or army). 


at Harrj' Tmman!) 1 




»■ *" 


ard. atolyn: Dean of Women. Oik VmV Acidemy. 


;S"trbuH'"Ji,r 


;:;;^^ 


10 Jins 


n Otl- Vandcibuilt University, Fellowship, and Lomi LinJa. 


to "talk him* into s 


yinp If 


11, Kell 


r. Qifton: Baltic Cctek Academy. 


does so, it will be wil 


the und 


12. Nis.^ 


onge.. Jerome: Loma Lmda. medicmc. 


™wet"?o'5o *'\''-''s 


even mo 






I - 



:^|S^€CWJT 



=•"""" ""■••" >vr.K-„='"-" "--"■" 






w J',,' yx I t M V. 1 


fi H Etan P - 


ST„, 


Ann, Jean Robinson, '6 


Ai ■ Edl 




™~"^t,'; SS'TcS'.'!'" -S: 's 


; Henii V«,. 'fiTf'j.cfc 


T ■, '' An F 


R.potl=^Ro™arT HajH, -fit; David KinBry, -Ji. 
MiRin, '60; VlTGinia Nick, 'CO; Sotb Pai 


p^. . , ^^ .* ■" ""■"' ■""■■"■ " 


BujinB! Advisor rv, rJ w ' .j 


T^hnr.,1 kA.;.r.. 


D«i ^^cD<ootn 



The Foreign Accent 









Job Opportunities at SMC 




hop, Liundty, Maintc 


ancc. Broom Shop 






town and employ man 


y young ptopie. 






lenses, although there i 




reasonable amount of 


work to supplemen 


sources such as paten 


■ relatives, persona 






ROSEMARY HAYES 

Parties At All Hours 
Procrastinators, Inc. 






There ii much activity in the dorm thes 
.arch papen put eft until the la,l poi.il 

found time to pact in preparation for ieavi 

plated another year of their lives. Virginia' 
■rirthday parly in the Utehen.He. It „a. a f, 

hTrd floor, and MLrJ'loi, 'Faeem"'y'er°a °d 

ransoms for e.ercise. She must not have 
wmjers 









5-3:i'^ 


h'Ve'' 


€i 


sing, the "ea'rlirr 


.S^s'om'n^dia' 


di£: 


nlT" 


Z"d1 Cr'.ne" 


olyn Numbers. Bo 


fierso 


Don 


nd Phyllis Short. 






'•yt- 


a"nVpus 


.lufiht 
lire,' 


s caujhl 


^orng Ihiough the r 

p«iple in ihe Un 

ledger, thi; vkc-pres 
friends rapidly 

''Zn°°yhmt" 
ins ""j" .r'.°sh° . 


and through 

.n™ "uTfouTlf 
d left, iassinj 


DONALD PARRISH 


--?- 




Stuffed Animals 
It Could Be Yoi 


is being felt throughout Talge Hall. Now is the 


im'of",'=t 





Phi for bringing «, so man, enjoyable feeds 
our whole-hearted support of our"''men'rcIu'i 

egged, dead). One was seen hanging around 
sfflce. another around the door of hi, apai 









THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . 
... Collegedale Academy 



Thirty students, on May 22, 1958, plan to graduate from 
Collegedale Academy, We who are to compose this number 



e about to possess it, it frightens us. 

Once graduation appeared as a great golden en 
fe, to freedom, to independence. Now the goldej 
[swung open, the gold is out of sight. The future hej^nd ! 



ich we have often rebelled. The tests in our life were given 
Ijby teachers over definite material in books; our rewards were 



Within our life span will occur the greatest technological 
nces the world is ever to see. Science tells us tbis. Fur- 
we expect the full outpouring of the latter rain and 



Our class motto is "Walking With Christ," our ain 

heaven." We have one hand to reach up for the nai 

Ipierced hand of Jesus Christ and a second hand to share wit 

■^■■r fellow man. The Lord is our Guide; of whom shall v, 



lAdjectives Tell Story for Picnickers 



.n><ou.l)i^i.ted phone oils fron 



Dllo^^.ns ihppery D^vifihl 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



What Course Shall i Take? 

WHAT course !h«ll 1 Ufc. in eolltge? Fortonad, U,,, ,„,„^ 




Southern Memories Presented 
To Educator Hira Curtis 



ojr, Gordon Hyde, :ind T. B. 






vocation 


dcnl which ire 


f defini 


s ^ofitiona 
















ncinj! tojidher. 


'^'l 


is eslimitc 


that mo 


e than fifty per 


ent of 


he American 


Joroth)- Ackcrmin, Edwina Jnck- 


«s' 


TSi", 


"X 


n in which they 
of n tragedy. Th 


first jo 


"Kilt 
















lived "Two Guiwrs" as i cbtincl 


impo 


mnt questi 


n. 








olo -ind Mrs. ]. M. Ackcmun 


L 


NCcpt for ce 


(am pre 


" l"^Th""'""f 


he fres 


mm jear in 


3ng "May Mapic." Two rMdmgs 


l^!l 


dViZ us 


whsl c 


ourse to take wh 


nthey 


..i.c n«d 1 


\ndtew5 cpmpleted (he evenings 


'l?lr' 


[■'ifmtTr 


(e pbns 




a'blrco'' 


r™»Mlo» 




rHE 



i^ 



)r. C. N. Rees Elected President of SMC 

l>ming Sliankel 
\|)|)(iiiit((l 




THE cnnTHERN ACCENT 




i»>^.-!'.^v lA't,; A 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



early 200 Register for Summer School Af SMC 



Dr. and Mrs. Walters 
Move to West Coast 




THE SOUTHERN A CCENJ 



FROM THE ARCHIVE 



Library Keeps Pace with 
Southern Mi«ionary College Continues to Grow Accreditation Standards 







";, 


«)■ appcopt, 


"Ufo,„ 
Si 


hargin 


E desk. TliL 


c stiliitia 


diiotli) 


r™ ,h. 


helv« « 


IIV, A 






"ndorr 


by thoni^E 


ont t^ 


To"!;.- 


ralcj lh,| Ik 


huiouni 


'"Z 


"dl;-; 




IvuG 


orgian atchii 




!'ihJ 


. 'S?'m^l 


ir"' 


■:i' 




■ftncf b 
rtidinjl 


M,,lk 






r«e 


^""''2.., 


""dlonja 


.ndM 


cngnjcd in 
tudent stJli 


■r 


,1,. lo 


Irbrarj- «'0'1 
n the collet! 


:3 

not jni 


«™ 


".»^Z 


5 


i* 


ed by SMC 
'dot of .. J' 


lomi 1^ 
nunli S) 
.lltS^J^