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SMC BULGES AT SEAMS 




Student Assistants |vij„t|,in to Hold Fall Week of Prayer 

reatiired in 
Registration 



J^Usasser to Play at First Lyceum 

I :.,,„. I,c™ of fc 



538 Register for 
New program of 
Cla 





Local Student Awarded Prizes in 
National Home Economics Contest 




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THI SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ff?*" 5J''^'"3zoo and Korea^oo! 



Gordon 



Stover; 
U,h'. Syl. 






ILLINOIS— 3 

H0U.id,..J.„y 

INDIANA— 4 



.oingloo. Doo,l„ 
o^.Bofty 



West, Paul 


Schmidt' Beverly 


Luce, Carolyn 


OKLAHOMA— 4 


Wltdenberg', Dovid 
COLORADO— 6 


Scofl. Frank 


Reiber, Alberta 


HaWLMoll/. < 


Galbralth, Larry 


Scott. James 




West. Florence 


S^ml'ns'^iB. 


iSB'izr" 


Chace, bther 


°«g^^ON-2^^^ 


Romans. Robert 


Stanley. Carolyn 


Pendleton, Richard 


Harms. Margara 




Straight. Edward 








Straight, Thomas 


MICHIGAN— 15 




CONNECTICUT— I 




Cornforth, Jerry 


DictiniOT. Robert 


StricUan'd, Gail 


Albert,' Bonnie 






Suttar. Dorothy 




tHilgner,''o^o 


Vlehmann. Hollis 




Siddle, Dylife 




FLORIDA— 125 


Terryn, Charles 


Foote, Elwood 


Server. George 



CHINA- 1 
CUBA— 4 

EAST AFRICA— I 

HAWAII— I 

Shishido, Calvin 
HONDURAS— I 

MEXICO— I 

PUERTO RICO— 7 



MONTANA— I 
NEW HAMPSHIRE— I 
NEW MEXICO-4 





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Jilly— Tenn. 






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THE SOUTHERf 



ROSTER jCor^hnued 



Dunagln, ShiHay-Tenn. 
RihB', Uoyd— Ala. 



' New Senators Elected to Committees 



SA ACTIVITIES 

SA President Outlines Objectives 



Owen, Stanley-Te.n. 




Radford, Carolyn— Tann. 
Ree.. David— Te.as 


Wat, Julie— Fla, 


Smith, Shery- Aio, 




Taulef Nict— Cuba 
Troedala. Judy-S. C. 
Watson, Carol Rose— Ga. 


SUPPORT 


wSlwaniT^^-Tenn. 


YOUR STUDENT 


Balvir, NatUti— Tenn, 


ASSOCIATION 


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The SloH of 


ClowIrH.n'',^w' 


The Southern Accent 


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Inspirational and Recreational 

Week End Provided by MV's 



, of tomms|lhil=>™Sr)i~ 

,„ '„: .1. ,..„,;i, cnjojid by .ho 







,n ,,pp,oxim.iol,. mo , 
show ,.oulho«oo, plan 




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oOUTHEefJ f'llSSIOH APiY GOLL[ fiE LI3RAR1 



'CHRIST IS THE ANSWER 



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Bonus Lyceum Coming Saturday Night 




College Students 
Reconsecrale Lives 








Underwater Photog 


[upner jnows mm 


H^M^^^I 


For Christ 


rdhm-nL""m' Uiu pst'dc^iJc In 


,„,;/ ■■■ "■ ■■ •''•""' 


^^E. WiTt'^ V^ '^^^i^^Pl 


opened the Fall Week of Priycc 


fnci, (here seem lo be mocc people 


In his roving on the IxKom of 


^^K iC~^ Asr-M^ riK "^ 


vluJail. of Southern MiHiooi^ 


'h^"t"».h''.r'ih;rb). 'le s«P'' '" 


Icrod ,' ,d,ooi of jMdIf i»,,p,„„. 


|^^«|^U& M::' ^m^ 


,.,'\i'.nu LzVolveU-^a^AdtenT 


Hsifwny round the world from 


Ii.h. The >iJjhlol hr.ih «i,|, ,l,,i, 




^^"^HL^I 


■m 7L 


'V, 1,,'.' ,;'^;',7n,c. jryethTt'laWr 


island which provides unique op- 


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m&r 


::'EinTrllI 


tuual wbnutine sightseer. Mike 

photographer, has spent more ihin 


ErIJISrt 


I^^HK^' - iMfllk 


:,.^:rx2xsS 




J^nce on l''o"ndcd' r»h-^f ^skin 




-inirS'ifSH 


ll'-Lth IhL- s'«i"Qf Ceylon" whidl 




^BH^^^SSI^^^^ -^^^^~^:r~^r5^^^_^r-:^--ji^ 


)ears fie has, during this time, hch 


pcsents here on Situtday night. 


:?;r3Si°s?'L?2^f^ 


B^HH^^^IaBjl^i ' ~^.-r 1,17 ~^ JliMna 


!!!!'r"lhe m'!ld'"'.nd''C"ibl'e t 


■ 1 -^cum ConmilteV'^"^" ° 


E. L, Minchin-Spoakoc lor Iho Fall Wotk o!'prov.^r ^ur-^cls w,ih -.omo sludonti Ttiny a.. lean Loitao 


knot., young people from man 


' SoUTthe wotld-s mo« beauti- 


mIndof'He h'lT''' lo'd'T """h"" 


l/<,»'l«toonvill,, Florida: T=««y Mo„.„ l,on, Birmir,gh.m, fl)ab.-.a c.d P.Wda C... l-om MaiLla.d. Florida 


rhis''o.""li°*ha''ali" S'r 


r-^-rLSTpl 


E'p£"if\f"ifjk'Fof"h; 


Physics Department Receives 


Ingle' 


of a mthless foe. They are ^ boon 




Grant to Continue Research 


Thelhenu.fot^dlevv«k,.,t^,.. 


to the undetwaler photognphcr; for 


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'TirSfirSI 


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i'^! mm*!' b^hrR^earch^Corprv 


»'hi'l7hrterb°dirn«de'd t" 


■live Lonelin,,, .,f Sin." Ti,,- .e. 


















Thc research project has been ,n 












progress at the Phpics Department 


rjpidly and atturatcly. Il n jntici- 






liBcd „.«(.! .nd jrallo! on Ihc 
noor of Ihc m lo i.ptu.o. oo bril- 


£d'"n '?h^t°,i; "'JfrE'' "i 




"'i^sixllfllir I" 


fiSstFoV~r.nV".m™ 


for Wednesday night wdi f.inr. 


'^i.^^nZ,:a\,iz\:!, 


oS""h"ta-talh'"lorn'd'lo 


copy. Physics 181. 182. Save for 


non-profit orgaoiution with hcad- 


Collefie, Al the end of each femes 


I'biisj"™ "*'■'" "'" 


He also made a film suri'cv in- 


4lo°n' 10 conlil. llici! "xptom- 


th'e apparatus ustd has been nude 


;h,il of the Coltrcll smoke precip- 


opportunity of hearing repoits given 


During the opening sc.uion Pri 


side «.hat°may be the larj-est wreck 


™°ion"pilore!''°Ln™h''ihV&" 


,n the laboratory out of surplus or 


itation system, it accepts appHca- 


by students who have been wotking 


day night, Elder ^[indll^ tel,i(e. 


m me ftorld-M thouijnd f^' '""fi 




''^ ■ ' "" ' 




h'el^ the studenrs undersland hu 


30,000 Ion baltleibip in it. The 
battleship broke away but the dock. 


filming all over Ceylon. 


NBC Carries 


Chiltjnooga, WRGP-TV, at GtJO 


"'e'ii"e"el'!,e"tio°naf°'|!m."™''ra 


T"th"' mairih'i^^^lv'hkh^he 


rzSJ'faT oT itrJs 


hJ.^';e";j;mnii''rSo^e^^^ 


Lecture Series 


"u"tNnTd VJ ?JSur«'t?^^S 


ILSloMa'i'eaTdSlof" 


^H^:;1";'rS"-'r£i 


fifteen feet long and weighing over 


temple which hid bi.-en looted and 


By E. O. Grunoset 


lhrrturL''Dr'white!'prTn"m?i'^^ 


!ho,dJ'be'Jo1nted™'o.a't°E"LB'e 


though-, bu. ■■(-■..«.• uolon>e.' 










IS espeeially dtsigned to give higV 




When Mike Wilson first visited 


more than three centuries ago by 


ment in mass education began. The 


the first semester's work would be 


'^L ttS» !Selo"ntenB"he 


bcJL^e"mot=Tr^iflc and bast! 


Ceylon in 1955, a 3,000-ton fteighl- 


^?mi!lo'^hip^^s.m"llvth"2.000- 




concerned with "Ciissical" Physics 




his"^rmon on uarneed for Christ 


whilH ''^'"'"i"'' °" J 'u*^ ,- 1"'^ 


)tar-old temple was once one of 


room" scries of Gc-ncral Phjiirs 


mpicTof- Kweioaun (speed veloc- 


je'ho^l studentwan" teeeive ctcdi 


ma'n^iJbowa^dl^oww" e'lh^ 








it)-, review of trigonometry, falling 


for the course providinj; the stipula 








of industry as the Bell Telephone 


bodic-s, and projeailes); Liglil (vc- 






of (hVival<fr "a year bter Vh^en he 


tovered on shore and in the sea. 


Company. United States Steel, Pitts- 




ate met. Even thoojrh on ctedit is 


first stalcmems. His tert in conncc- 


K.ur..i;„,h..land,heaKain,ook 


iC.n,n,uu! o„ M. ij 


burgh Glass Company, The Pord 


principlf. defraction, and polaliii.i- 


wr''t^itTi"ml'd*;",fi"".! 


fl,"H7s^litE'statSw^ *'t 


-'^^^^^H 


pary, the programs will generally 


work .ind CTer'^"gravita"ional fidds! 


lh°e°pTOrC'S«V"«"™*™W 


know'my'' Fathe^ifd''He -l^li' «£- 


' "SSL ..Jt^^^^^^k 


leaTc^ undergrfduate collej^e stu- 
dents, and gifted high school slu- 


lues); C/«/r/f//y and' -)h.^".'W.», 


■fL"'unSst'.».'"'"'""°" 


itJr "*'" "*"" " '"' " 


Master Guides Organize for Year 


^^KO^^^t^^^ ^^^^1 


■roupr>vill be rcci-iving the course 


hrory microwaves, electronic com- 


M,lt''G3L''Tial°MV todi; 


eluded in the MV progressive d.vss 


j^^^^^^IH ^^h 


,„ .icademic credit ^Jj^^Sh -m ac- 


"""in the second semester the TV 




of telling a requited number of 


.._.,-.■ JP^^^^^ ^ 


.iri.n5lcd laymen (busioc>s men. 


S'n'rNJcT^'ph^lc^lnclud^ln 


Master Guide group teptcsents the 


specific Chrisliin stones to groups 
of children and young people- It 


jHHL^^L ^^EJm^^_j 


', brush up on their physics, and 


lopicf'r'VSng'l^'-'.'-- 


Itcr^promoledtJ'^heMfs^ot 


wnant'honorsTn the MyeTGuidc 






(opes, relalivily tlicory, line spectra. 






JI^^^H^P^^^^Mtf^^^^^^^^^^^^B 


hvsics) Those ivho take the 




group met for the first time on Sab- 


Tucker urged in closing that Ihc 










group begin immediately on ihe^c^j 


I^^^^^^^B 


" " ',!" '!2e'°^;.'ti 


physics. In the Nuclear P^y^^i^^"^ 


College Chapel. 


■ll's often n.uih too ble. /*'"." 


Hj^^^^H 


'-■^ ;„:' li'^'tamlta 


^tE::^^^ 


MV activities. Following this, Jim 


^^SsBtL 


^^i^^^m^^^^H 


""rrr'jr'p-i'-" 


;'r'.".nr't7"tn;™?''php''ci 


Especinlly tmphasiicd was the 


highpoinls of the ^;^^*'^ J'^^'p 


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.-i:;^L\T,;:^::r^— 


""■'"'""'""" " """" " 



Editorial 



One is always reticenc about compar 
With this 



of thts »Ze,'o"L',"on''the's''c.°eroTin "aat,.! life. Th. st.bLe 
on some wealthy fatm has 
faim hantls ate struggling it) gi 



._^ _, _ ;fain,ctanii 

get the hotses out bcfote the; 
... .™,.~ .o death.'/C horse is finally temovetl by lo.tre. Tbei 
the inevitable takes place—the giasp on the hoise slips, ant 
in no time at all the horse is back in the butning stable. 

During this Week of Prayer which has just been con 
clutled we have been led from the burning structure o 
sin. We have been led lo Jesus Christ, the only One who cai 
save us from this butning structure of sin. Ate we now. Iik. 
the hofse. going to turn about and run hack into rbe burning 
strucrurc ro bo destroyed with sin, or are we going to displai 



The Bible refers to this c^peIience which many of u: 

ave had as the 'new bitrb." Just as in life, rhmgs must no 

:op Etowing at bitth; so with this new experience we basi 

I upo5, gtowth must not stop. The Master, has c^ 



rHI SOUTHERN ACCENT 

The foreign Accent 




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some roomi omtf 
if deliciou, fudge, 


,;i°s,°..n 


e people 


ihc pcopk i 
indefmik 


Ike aaf, ar.n 
Som. of II 

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.ioaar, College i. whoto . Frid.y nigM P"'", '?,y, J" ,m'.I * 
..lu.t.rii, for yo.ti ..J which o. Ik. ■"»_';";.„"„„)•'«'"■'? 

ot°l'."on''N^h"irrat"t"r.rmp°" k'oii'g •» y^" '"i'"!".! 

that w. m.y gto. cloior to our Lwdor d.rl^g *","„ ,,'' .B* 

""w.".Tor""for )h. ati.no. of o„. of '"J , J"^"'„''lfti'"' I 
'I°d "uiTfj' H^ial'S'ipolen' l°i "^'J^'"'" ''J^'^ """^ ^ I 



fhit-Richard K 
1 Ihol ho drooli 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



BV now we la,o«. Like home,,, 
"mil, mnsiiU of 51 jiri, a, 

Zn, JiB.reM sl.W, Jofte M. 

Ivo nS .re (™m"ohio'° od 1« 
no, fo,j« P.olint J™o,, Jo™ 



2e)I.BI.nthTd,JoinPhilpoitJi,li 
WA M«,d. Fowlor, J.no. P«((or 

b»o,cn,o/M.odcJon»H.ll... 



Foruiu Holds 
Semester Elections 



lights go QUI v'hen 
Carol Egly, Sylvi 






|n..o.,ophon„,c>,.„dli„ls™os»r 
-bnl ih' ™,, doTook °s»d°?,om 

rhrrgMfc'(T, LJLgof 
» tow boll. (Misi Robonon did 
30 «oil tbat boll from some poor 
wiss cow? Please send it hack!) 



Casa Valle Elects 
I Semester Officers 






Dean Gets Soaked 

B)Gf;NlM«TH1i 



larlow, president; Ted 
liy.tremuerr' Chic Hodge. 



,ar (dig this title) " 
\ssodation." Jack? I 



Coiiuminity — 

— Clippings 

BjRutKANNTHO,,, 



"d,"g'™d °Z" 



Heffcrlin Reports 
On Summer 
Activities 



CLASSES BEGIN ON FLORIDA CAMPUS 



Hijdon! sJLsi 



J Yo°e""'' °'^ 



Scintillating 
Science Stirrings 



r Spanish (both of wh.t 






looks like a million 
dollars. 
The Editorial Staff 



Straight Retiuii 
As Boys' Dean 



WILSON LYCEUM 



■Uon Bak- He e^ploted tin 

vh^te temples built before ttri. 
till stand, allhongh many hav, 









SMCAl 

Receives 

Fellon'sliip 



(get ,w Ho shot now, plea 



„igl,t new chapter to t 



Spanish and Spnish'Spoking shl- 



e by faojlt)- members by Oc- 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




::;.:; klke 




cce^T 



1959 Seniors Elect Burchard; Langxagc Division 
Veep Jones Becomes Senator 






Ackerinan Sings 
New York Concert 



Elder Scully Tells 
Effects of Drugs 
On Human Body 

brought out by Eldi;t J. V. Soillj-, 



k,»Y«r's.tboFou,tbofJ„li,, 
Lod",™fvcraof"toh, 
Elder Sodlj- is l^rrently on 






r of Spanisb hymns sung by 



reign languiges 
.ht'commonw" 


rjlb'i;' 


ould major in 


Inglisb; „b„e» 






owalter, wai so 




th the help of 


eveni otbtr stu- 






i:ome an Englis 


profesor. 


Following this 




c Language and 


Liti;rawtt Divi- 



rkground, iflcni'ard thej' 



'Taith for Today'' Quartet Presents 
Secular Concert as SA Benefit 



Midgley Cycles Across America 





Beckner, Rees Announce 
All-time High for Annual 
Ingathering Field Day 



2. 


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f" ",*"' 


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of the d,y. Professor 



$5,612 COLLECTED 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



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Editorial . . . 

money's wotch in life. Tliai is everybody e\cepr the studeni 
whether he be a grade school pupil ot a college student The 
students of SMC are no exception to the rule. 

Let us look at a few specific examples of this fact Class 
attendance at SMC is compulsory, as it is in many of, if not 
most of the colleg. 

jre is not for the benefit ot ttic 

ass. The student has paid 
VoVthe opportunicj. of attending these classes and yet he 
can think of a hundred and one reasons why he should be 
excused. We cannot see how this works out linanLiall) 

Then there is the matter of study periods This >ear 
a decided effort has been put forth by the administration of 
this college to guard the students' evenings for the purpose 
of study. It seems that we ought to express appreciation foi 
this effort instead of complaining that our privileges arc bein£ 
snatched from us like a hawk snatches the baby chicken! 
from their mother. 

It is human nature to make use of any excuse that can bt 
found and so in the past at SMC the student has felt that h» 
need not study in the evening if he could find something els< 
CO do. This year many of the e.scuses which «e had haM 




moved leaving u 
Kk done. 

Everything i; 



vith no 






s of ouj 



school career. TTie only thing we need is the determination, 
and that can only be supplied by each one of us individually. 
it would be an honor to our college if we could become 
known among our denominational colleges as the school 

I highest scholastic standards. 



3 help i 



) your college? 



A Happy Day 

Selected 

heart full of thankfulness, 
A thimble full of care, 

soul of simple hopefulness. 
An early morning prayer— 



Whate'er it brings to thee 



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Dmc Editor: 




OQr coliegc students 




rcl.ttons ia«m tlte 


ir^z^^^-^CCgt^lT 


"■'Brf"rt»° «;'olIt 



nee confession is good 


(or (ko 


oul' I'll d 7 


ln;wJ:;;;r-d 


l.t.o 


•ogM kio,. E, 
added the top 


of diglnity with tile in 
lifd ilo.r l.mp (h'.f°n 


wolso 


he lobby 1,05 
»f (he pl.ote 
Ik. mon .1 


.,nta.nto.l,)intl„5 


Is' J.,,0 


■ o. .boot „- 



'pink and b't 



;lnjt (excep* for (he adt 
Sylvia O'Brien got . 




GENE KENDALL 

College Is Crisis 
Beetles Drink Ga 



,lge._ An English r. 
inment in chemiitry which was duti ;. 









No perhips we had better bkc a pi^^^ {^^ ,^6 men's reception, ^o be iale Ifiis mf 
«ond look at the situation before ^^^^ ^^%„a. Almost evoryttiing is stHI on the top 
" - - -' le (o report that to your rep oHer c/arything 



■DNEY, AUSTRALIA— A sparkling new sea-c 






THE SOUTHERN ACCENl 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



I Ed itorial . . . 

Did you ever stop to realize [hat the twelve men the 
\'!,[cc called were young men, youth? Some were humble 
I, .,,rmen, others held high positions, but all followed the 



Today the Master bids, "Follow Me." We may have 
■,i our fishes — out temporal wants — but the reward 
,[. He asks us to give up nothing that is for our good. Did 
H^ himself give up the greatest riches and glory in all the 
-Id for us? 

X'e may not always recognize the call. It comes in man 

s you realize the path of right while helpin 

It be while di; 



ion Fireside. Another t 



•SL literature to some of the man t 
I :he beautiful valley in which we live. But for many the 
ill is heard during an inspirational Week of Prayer. 
Wherever and whenever you hear the still small voic 
cnder yourself to Him, and the blessings that you wi 
ive will amply reward you. 

There's a divinity that shapes our ends, Rough-hew thei 
he will." — Shakespeare Carol Ann Meyer 



y — Students Enjoy 



— Clippings 



Outdoor Exercises 



Honor Roll 

25 Receive Honors 



H°rL:;f4°rtr, 


did'T" '"" ''"'' "" "">■ "''° 

otgintzod a gnoio of Flying Dutch- 


^£«;o?^s^r^; 


volleyball going. 


*m Kk. up B Iht foot o( Grmd 


1 think- I en .po.k fo, ,.00'ono 


t-p«re °"itt°d mZ\l ta"°a 


tool''"' ? '"'dT'' ""'■ '"■' "h 


ncm of J guitar. Wo hid i 
"1011.0. p.,t,,„on,jtaorveo."'' 


Band Organizes; 
Hayncs President 


Pime t'li to" «M forth" 


The Collogedilc Awdemy B.ind, 


::*"'"■»"■>»""""*" 


'f "li'" '""''"'"' ^' ™'' 


Musical Program 
Given at Forum 


v"'r',"iJont r?i;'';;"iT; 


^Tho Collogodnlo Acadcnij lotom 


Mr Jack „ i 


""ut^frf^^^^ 


H.'i'TZ'i'th fnl, ., 1 


^flidiTunulo tL AcidLrr'^'ns^f 


''T:T^i"7^rlT\ 


^Cipal Ruse Wilson sjn;, Wlitn 
""'I^Nur i^ollowtd b) Jinnn 


i:^zit'"^ct:: 


^no immUr tnlilleJ Djncc f 
'^ Ros;M5 n,cn ihc Brosvn 


j"' '"'""'■'"1'°'"' 


j^'t',;;ra":rbS; 


no™'d™'i°/h'Hi"'ko'nrn" 



Students Win 



War Implements 
Find Strange Use 



enough to shidy- But 



xactly J pleiiuce tt.p. thouth 



vinglfor.Tlthoughtl,, 



COC Holds First 
Officers Council 



rought out duti 



New Physics 
Equipment 



Professional Cluhs 
Elect Officers 



S|<nsor— Dr.Ktnnedj- 

Home Eeonomlct 
PfKidenl— (bmoni McCurdy 

Secteury-Tteas.— Dorii Hopkin 









tKy«i 






Miuchin Brings 
Lessons of Truth 



rou^hl inlo otir hearts b) God 



Rees Reports oi^ 
Autumn Council 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




Union Room Campaign 



Collegians Seek $5,000 







Jl'i." J^Jup 


wm 


{ 

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1 



"ACCENT 



nv Plans Laid j MV's Picseni 

■Christmas "Dear Janet" \<"^<"'."l 



Courtesy Week Observed at SMC 





Editorial . ■ ■ 

We have been disturbed lately by the seeming lack of 
reverence displayed by ihc students during the devotional 
period of our cbapcls. We notice sucb things as the passing ol 
notes, whispering, talking out loud, laughing. |oking, and 
.... j..;_„ tt7„ „,„" ^«, if our Father in beavtm is pleased with 
. the time that is especially devoted to 



rtu n.c.u>.-,ii »i ^.^ ." nes comes to mind. David, 

the king of Israel, decided that it \s-as time for the Ark of 
the Covenant to be moved from Kiijatbiearin, and broughr to 
the capital, Jerusalem. So taking the Ark, they placed u on 
a cart to be drawn by o:ren to Jerusalem. As they wen,, tie 
road descended through a dry rivet bed and here the vvagon 
rocked and the Ark shook as if it would fall olT. U«.h, 
one of those walking by the side, stretched out h,s hand to 
steady the Ark am' 
of hii was in deft 



lent of Old! 






nire disobedience to the rules God had 
■ved iirevetence for rhe things of God. 
Does it seem logical that just because God does not teact 
.o .v.e,y .nd ,uicl.,> -.n ou. .in., th. v. sho.ld be i^ev- 



7^ ^tf ^(Wt Ofi^fiontuttU^ 

This is to give out fritnds who would not be othecwisi 
soliciced an opporcuniiy to contribute to out project here a 
SMC. We are sure [hat you will wane to help us iti thjs hni 
endeavor. Just cut out this blank and then place it in ai 
envelope with your gift and mail it to: The Student Associa 
tion. Southern Missionary College, Collegedale. Tennessee 



THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

COLLEGEDALE, TENNESSEE 



D SlOO D S50 DS20 DSIO □ 55 □ 
Amount you wani to give S 



Kler is thit although Agucri 






ikjnd-Zhiva 


Q- mifiht m^in, or 


ofwhatodo.h(.-c 


fng '^^i-L 


■m.6h,«ndpop. 


N^I pr?z. or'hc" 


If lhe>' meui 


othing, (hen jourc 


Finally, in a l.l.e 




ng. for Ihcj- a.e 




loMly tonnKl.^ 


d v/irh one of Ih'. 


nalj *ro(e to (he 



J phpkun-poct > 






of ih« Ups;(on 


Delta Phi. Th«e in 


itation> 


through the «i 
Our enioyment 
J a rosull of 


ds frgm Talge Ha 


ustling 









evan Ihoegh at time 


•;•; 


lify 


!oT.v"h.°itr, 


wShlhehandym..! 
The, ,., Cfcri.m 




'""" 


only one. a y.a,- 


already bedowed a 


£ 


;:, 


oad (bT'y.ar'i='°h.° 


Spaalin, .1 Ck, 
Ihe Chrlslmas PaHy. 


W." 


hLu 


„ .aeh Pr.y.r Ban 
'1 forget this when 


,a:i.bb lot lh> child 


ii 


•"'• 


a b, y.a, b.„d 



Campus Opi 






r^ccew 




■s of our student body i 
udcnt body is to be to 



D,™ ./ S-W™/ At.,,. 



- -..-, •'\'Vb,;s''«*"'cl 

La'!^'.!oVr"i?hi7"Lt,""o'.ll»-trdtwV^^^ 
up 1' ™adl' tr-dh "; If b"ot.iow tt- ^^jA 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . 

, . . Collegedale Academy 



EditoriaL_^ 

'Julicteuce - ^<fd <w Svii ? 

'■ \ nolilf, all-round character is not inherited. ... A noble 
rliaracter is earned by individual cfforr ihrough the merits 
and eracc of Christ. God gives the talents, the powers of 
ind- we form the character. It is formed by hard, stern 
battles with self." (Chrisi's Object Lessons p. 331) 

To everyone God has given talents. Those who can 
,visely use many, receive many. Others will cultivate onl) 



o do some particular job because thej feci 
; the talent for it. The Master of all i! 

1 do great things if they only tr> All 



Community — 

— Clippings 



AMICl 

Midnight Parties 



Chair Elects 
New Officers 



Scintillating 
Science Stirrings 



rht PhjiKi 



, is ask. 

I different in ou. 



uistiuu^ly our entire manner affects others. Even ihost 
■ s (hat no one else knows about affects others because 
, leave an impression on us that will affect 
Throwapebbh 



e lake, and 
and another; and as they increase 
reaches the very shore. So with oui 






in the influence of the life of a godly student.' There is 
L:nod in us. Therefore we must rely on divine power to 
M our characters in the right fashion so that we might 



^ol Ann M^cr Jwnie Slc> 
iro! Anne Eglq Kilhj Her 



Senior Class of '59 Organizes 
Fisher Elected President 




of height cl5.uhL-tc xsril be made 
up uuh sprcJ and shll (Yea, 


t"::tf.':";. ;':;,:"' "'. 




"asa Loma \5 ins i > 




B\ 22 Per Cent 


..n, ,l..,h.u,.-tcnTh.b,oul 


\Iargin ^ 


li Mrnt code and is no longer 


mirf ^Ml'^ °° Ocf'£ " 


by the staff (h.it it wouldn't happen 
you'd better believe they ate really 


can Tempcnncc Socici)-, 

225'o more boys hid joined the 
ATS thin girls. 
The ATS officers rejwct se^craJ 




Students Enjoy 
Treasure Hunt 


gills 


hunt on Sahirday night, November 

imille, jmitps: one led b, Elder 
Bojnioo. the oihe, by Miss Bcie,. 

t"ii.e Le.'wote'lhe'it t^ls W 
them bick to the College Store 


Appifenll) the monsoon season 
mudd) weather ind lower spirits 


"rjmj'L't'mh'z"?^"!.^' 


M!tu°JStA^Zt^"^i 


i?!'"'':"' '"'' 


.hi, n 1J.C pi ICC im„ m Ihc 


"'-'-'' ' 


•"''"{'"■ ,':^3 


ii!f:3^:^'j^^'J;.r 


Hallo«ecn Party 
By Casa Valle 

Looi It Dinnj Hollc, and 


"erm"'b,J oil'°s''o'c<Slii''on "l 


iH'TF'iV* 


' . i ipplei 

he, to eviend J 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 







"ACCENT 



Junior Class Elects Officers; 
Del Valle Chosen President 






Dean Addresses College Assembly 
[stresses Values of Life 




pirn^d by''iv^''f IChoirs Present Sacred Concert 




SMC lludcm bodj « 
oppor(unit) pr«tnts 



College Ediitali( 
Drains Finance! 



MV's Feature Elder Reeves 
"What I Saw in Rome" 



\dininisliators 
V, , I . liody 



Nursing Students 
Tour Union 






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THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



Editorial . . . 

■loy to the world, the Lottl will como! 
Let earth receive her King;" 
Let earth receive her ICiog." This phrase inti 

.■^Lisht years ago rhe Magi visited the Christ Child, Shep 
, h . ds heard the angels sing and knelt before Him. B-.. 

Herod Si™- »!' '^ ■»■'■= *"''"=" °' "«"«''""- *"'' ■'' 
' possessed mob '■™6['^^™'„''°°c|,"i's™,al''™ds tinsel th 

I ( j'his religious holiday were it not for the hope and jo 

I that fills the heart when wc realize the true mean.ng of th 

,iri.olCl..ristn.a-? C. A. M. 



Collegedale Academy 
SCHOLASTIC 
HONOR ROLL 



Lights Are Great 
Problem 



. coelJ ,o.hf, a, 
,1 by the r™o..„ 



Scintillating 
Science Stirrings 



iMaodoJonesaod- 
, (/fa ,(,m) „o= 



Dean has now conaplded Oper 



luietiy slody. 
1,0 is sebicrt, 







Men's Reception 
Held in Old 
Cafeteria 

day evening;, November 23. Ar 7:30 
(he boys proudly showed their dales 




J 

really 


— Clippings 

iflcr out Thanksgiving week end. 
Our "ioybcan" turkcj' and pumpkin 


JOVCT LmSFO«D 


R.!cnn,.„ ,M^ uX. 


\ll 


mat't'a's'dlvacSot' ""'''" 


,h7fo'rm^ iirioro/ Tmid HiS 


n"lte"nni-«-'"t"™ 


really 


ov° the holiday ..Lk end -one 


a ^rCJt chnn^e was noliced. The 


H'i.''i"frcou«'' 


■i 


Mk,°' iSe'beTo'e'^Sl atal 


ffnA look at .ill the looms told you 



Academy Fliers 
Defeat Celtics 

hiEh.«,,nj Aeaden,, 
"d^he highly loated I 
playing by both le^n 



Miy occopied. U ../; In Phys- 




Sfi 


£• 


";}'■ 


'''^,.^''": "' ■ 




AHENDANCE 






HONOR ROLL 


^H* 


b" 


on.Syl.i. 



L 



"ACCENT 



Sophomore Students Capped; Albert Schweitzer Film 

Leave for Orlando, Florida Campus Coming Tomorrow Night 




..,,. ..„.„, .,. A ■„. . .j^.;^' ^ Prepare for 

„' .,,,?. :()iilir>lSl,„li,-in '""1"™'=* 

Possible, Says o,H-n,ii„„ 1 ir,.>i.l,- ™~' 

Noted Authority 



I Chanticleers 
Repeat at SMC 



Nurses Honored 
In This Issue 



E. S. Chae e Studies 
For Dortiirate 



F,,d"^"cljl"k™'i,tnV"'n" Doss, Nelson, Reile Are Featured 
L»L™f". "tamr/oi 7^X In Medlia! Cadet Corps Attivites 




■ ma><':co 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



January 30^ ,, 



Editorial . . . 
'Ptin^wcU . . . 

r wishes to take this opportunity 

[o bid farewell and Godspeed to our sponsor. Miss France 
Andrews, «lio has been the life and spirit of the SouTHERt 
Accent for many years, has left us to rake up work teachinj 
in the English Department of Southwestern Junior Collegt 
Keene, Texas. 

Miss Andrews has 

....r heart has been wit 

than this, however, as she was the first editor of the f 



the correct usage of their mother tongue. 

And a word of welcome to our sponsor, Mr. Willi 
Taylor, who wc trust will enjoy working with us on thi 



(^t^tifUituiaUo^t^. 



now Mr. Showaliers column. The Foreign Accent." has been 
predicting the downfall of Batista's government in Cuba an. 
■ ■ ssue he can, as it were, say, "I told you so. 

rust chat this event, plus the scores of other event 



THE MARKS OF AN EDUCATED MAN 



The Foreign Accent 




p4dveHtUt ^on.U %ew^ . , . 



^\ \* \*-CSl_l_l I -^ -^de by Free Chln« Rcli.f Association. j L.rry McComb. wh.t did _yo. .oe in Co>. P^" C...J J' . 



•|!=: 


h..d. 


d,".'rt'.„ '.Tsi 


ROCK DOOR CANYON 


MONUMENT 




h.d., 


frpiIlletu'.°M 


Ml. Ad,.n.i,t.- M. 


n.me.t 


Vfllloy which hai 


bell (or the Sevenih-d 


HIL^Hh 


E ISLANDS— Ev 


iBse'mont or ditch. 1 


G "bol 


H'crjTt 


WASHINSTON. 


D,C. 


- Sevcnlh-day 



:.,. •■pl.r.rs 



pr^.^'wh'. t^diLTth".' ZC, '.'' <h«°Hl 5P;'2 J:&:l 
Up,^.t^,W.j.,».,ij,^,d.™^^ 

^°l^LE,l!l£^{ii^ii5*'~'"f^ 

help lollo. !(«d.nti. 9...1.r tdort in ''"*"■-'," .,"1*"',' J I 
Wfongi iQng almoit forgoHon, all those wpply 1"'^'^^[j .uq?"' ^ ■ 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 




AMJCl 




HYSICS RESEARCH 


Desert Training 


(C 


^o^Tir^p'la'nJaVoIbi.s 








Vacarion is over, Whnt a dismj 


cxpcfi 


ncnl began there were "bou 


thought ! Well, 1 suppose by Ihis 
























more. (1 hive .l,„dy broken it.) 


Using 


these, the lempetature of a 


Amid H)ll received j bi(h 111 


m 


as bee rm 














room oicupied by Young, Fish, ant 


















number one suspect Garj' Jacobs 


^ 


TW * 


culprits were apprehended and sent 


mpe 




to Dean Upchurth. He solved the 


*b 


p. 


pi^lrs'toi^' >:,;",;teti,r 


«": 


gssn 


undoubtedly to get us used to desert 


« 


* "" 


i:^"S??r?;Er; 






"tiif^!''!"",!'!!! 






aXcM ,dm „J f.„,i„ by ,k 






,«oipn»,,„dll,t|'r.J.-.,,,,h»,s 


„cu 


p, IS, 


||§|BH| 


5^ 


J 


■ng down the hall, or a buzzy bomb 


°^b<r 


m. 


nc dive bomber will clip you. The 




fl™ 


to"be ptog.KsinJ'rapidIv- Th= >"=">' 


Tb 










dent, Dan Smith, and I've heard 






that he is really on the ball. The) 


m 




nMgi^nd^ire pUnling wveral'les 






sions together in which, 1 imagine 






quite a few plane, will bite the dus, 




= '^ ^ u. 


















«: tS 


go back, n sunny Florida.- 


'^ 


p.en ^ 


Students Take 


* 




Hike in Snow 






j;,'u7of']bo"i"50a?a^m,^ldLs 






more n-as fjlling Kndily. [I " ^■ 






"ba'^c"L''mlM't 






Tp<,n,,„„,.,^™ho„.,,hc 


lb 










jj",;r.:;;,'A„.r:;;;:; 






lr.:^-:'yL'r. 






iholl i.o„,s, IhB. Dnn Sl-ishl 
Rrf,Bl.,™nB«mjp|.l.!.Ji,«Bh- 


H 






CHA E K 






/ 


hi-v .11 biktd tack lo H. cjn.pu. 
uppy 


"" 




Casa Vallc Elect 


;" 




Veiv Officers 






The Cis-i Va]|u Girls' Club 






;™'£r-"™"^ 


^ 




. 1 r. 1 J^un Philpoll 






,U ..[ .A, D..nn,. Dunn 


K 




... Judy Truesdale 


„ 


- — ■ — — ■ — — 


Tbf ..lfi.-cr> hjvc nuny plans in 




reJ 


^\7i^l,':*;™'»J:'i,"r'.i"..'„';c 




^ 



:.:a-'- 



THB SOUTHERN ACCENJ 



_^^|;™)Mo^i,„ 



-^ ., „ . TL • nt.l^MHe. SA Presents Financial Statement 

19 Nurses Receive Their Diplomas; ^.f ,„„.,„ 

Last Class on SMCs Florida Campus ::»;-HH 




Stiidenl Association Financial Report 

I, CURRENT OPERATIONS 






So«lh..» Memori.. S. 


aign Income 

i (o Faculty, etc. 






H.ndbo.l-Tran,!.. (. 








L.). Collectii. »" 1' 


6-57 Memonei Adver 


ion? 




TOTAL INCOME 








EXPENSE: 








Appropriation) io Sou 


r;s":rM.„or:„ 






Ad.Ini..r.tion: 






600 00 


2. Mi.eogr.phin, 


including Handbook) 




■■■ ';'■'' 








" ^ll^^^ 




and Candlelight Hou 




SS,0 




4 Olh.r 1 ;*■■■■ 


TOTAL EXPENSES 


Park Project (no chang 


in thi^ acouni) 


Haupt 


""° T 


Handbook 


100,; 






it ii rishi now. 
,ophoc,'is"on«,nk"l>. 



onl,.,oa,on,.hv*ttnJ 



''n."tr'ScroS**w 



nod, oo, 
rfl'lrdp. 



„ indi.idoJiy «;* " ,,„ 




€€gNT 



Lindberg Joins Faculty; Board Convenes 
Fills Andrews Vatancy ^'^''""'^^^ 




Color Film Shows 
Vnir,Kil-nl Ni^-bl 






Club Officers Sponsor 
All-School Supper 



Contestants Ready 
To Give Orations 




Prophecy Series Features 
Mrs. White's Grandson 







Former Dean Returns 
As Presentation Speaker 






President Seeks 

Staff \r" = 'u„,« 



"Memories" Staff Forges 
Aliead on 1959 Book 






■.iculty sponsot, Mr. C 



Enrollment at SMC 
has hit an alLtlme high 
this year with 595 stu 
dents. See the story on 
page 4 with the roster 
of new students for this 



Andrews Accepts Call to 
Position on SWJC Faculty 




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THE SOUTHERN A C CENT 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . '"^'aue^'H^'^^'meet 

. . . Collegedale Academy "^"^ ^^^^:::f!r'^'^" 



j Fliers Extend 
T, ,T,„,"" Winning Streak 



Aettii ta t^e 5«to!iw . 



I fwenty-Eight Ar 
|Oii Honor Roll 

SCHOLASTIC HONOR RC 






I Senior Sketches 






nuriV nc, SUurd,, nijhl ,itli„, 
jr™ pi,l on b, ,h, »„demi Whil, 

bobnc,<l,fonmo,.S.I«.d.v»,sl„ 



Andrews Given 
Good-bye Party 



Boys' Club Elects 



Community — 

— Clippings 






, n,el.l, h. t,n p„nit,llr . 









,d ht. mil, r»>"d 












McGraw-Hill Plans 
Book on SDA Work 



""0- sl"d, lo ihe ,ub,Kl 



Press Updates 
Equipment 



He's a Brain! 
But Who Is He? 



,.d Ih, Bibby toil, J"'"^f 






Nurses' Choose 
Richardson 






.pk- Ihinji conti-mtd .ill, nu„ 






Garner Elected 
Forum Prexy 



."hMl- Bogi""'! Svmpuhy Or 



no.n.ain folk, l.y 


.opliobia 


ofthc 


■■KooufclKc doo^ 


\f, 'dclr folk 


may you 


and [ 


Km of cduraiiOT TTh 


n''"ouf br^h^ 


dguillj-o 


,udg. 


lo be disciplined; the 
o be inspired; .i pwfo 


ght he ii high Of 


iri: 


r,i"! 


moniUly included und 



:he southern acc eni 



Enrollment Reaches 
All-Time High at SMC 

1 ' L '" Ji'iiM'ii \Hai(lc(l 
, >;i)IIVlinldi',liip 



sMcciiaigesLow Ministers Study Student Senate, SMC Stvlp 

111 National Report Cctiiltlic Pfdhlems b, sa^.v i,„-„ ' * 



ALABAMA 
CALIFORNIA 



"Aliiniiii Vssist 
12 Woiiliv Students 



ORESON 

SOUTH CAROLINA 
Hayes, Oliver 

TENNESSEE 

Chlnn, CathormB' 
Chrlitensen. Elle 

Gsfhart, Priscillo 
Greene. Sferjir^q 



23 Students Matte 
Dean's Honor List 



rlin, Bot^y Joor (U.i.) 



,n5b.,,, fceiin. |M,s.| 






Ui^ lend the fish a Ifelffiiig hm 

They hiMd ihe lomly bmhes /,/,; 

r*" t'7', 'ht I'r'LltZnd'rl!! /"*""' 
B„t f,U Ihl'hmly'hZ'l uS'h fl,, '"""' 

«ho ge„ll, l„„ ,h, p„eil„l ,hme 
Aid lim, Ihe Ihoiighl, omc mare Ic heme 
BiU ,.,„e Ihe u:Sde, l„„ l„ ,„„, 
A„i jme . wmdere, /o ra«,„. 

The geiille luell, ,h„l pUy „.)il, f,,/, 
Bill in . /!„(, heroine „ ,Lr 
Are like the mm who longs lor peace 
And Ihen goes of lo (igtl i Zi. 

lo geiille swell,: 



ll'ilh he„, nnd miSd so lull ol e 



"Happiness Comes From Service" 
Says Operation Fireside Speaker 




"If Slie Couldn't Be Bested, 

Slie Must Someliow Be Alisorbed" 






-Ihej- had bien M SWJC 



,i,l,., Don, 



^ACCENT 



Board Approves Majors; 
Considers Dorm Plans 



Marley Will Be 
Evangelistic 
Speaker for 
^ C^ r-\ Prayer Week 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



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. . . Collegedale Academy 



iAcademy Reception Features 
'"Rainbow on the River" 



Scintillating - 
- Science 



Editorial 



Perhaps no one can fully L-stimatc <h. elT.cc ■■|itde ihin 
lany things chat seem insignjficani 



Booker T. Washington, son of a slave, yearned an educa- 
1 so much thac he starccd lo Hampton Institute with only 
y meager necessities. After entering he was assigned a 
room to sweep. Later, he said he felt thac the way that room 
was swept would decide whether he was going to stay or not, 
He stayed and went on to become the foremost educator 
.imong colored people and the president of Tuskegee In- 



Forlorn and ragged, a small boy roamed the streets of 
n wishing for something to do. As he hung around a 

1. he noticed the richest lady in town about to enter. He 
ned the door, and she smiled and said "Thank you." It 

ni a great deal to him for the richest lady in town to notice 
and that incident changed his life. He later became a 


yWCA wi 


A barn builder cold Bible stories to four barefoot neigh- 
boys while he worked. He interested them in Sunday 
nl and taught chcm valuable charaaer building lessons. 


ship of Jand 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Taylors Give First Concert 
Using New Baldwin Piano 



Sophomores Elect Culpepper; 
Freshmen Choose Watson 




BoRrd Bills Drop, 
Reports D. L. West 


of thil one b(dy, bfinf; man 
one body: io.lsnii ami," 


TTie tolkgc hll published the 


for brMhrin to dttcll loj'et 


boys .nd S30.00 for ijirls ovct .hi 

boyi j-d S27.7i for gi'b.' Thc^ 
.v.„p hav. been computed on 


A chjllcn^t ttjs ihrown 

lo olhtt peoples the privile 
cdgcofthclrlllh/ 



SA Holds 
Elections 
Tomorrow 











Rhodes, Jensen, McCoun Take 

Talent Scouts' Contest Cash Prizes 



Baptisms Planned to Follow MV Project 
And Elder Marley's Week of Prayer 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



'Science Clubs Visit Oak Ridge Atomic Site; 
SMC Physics Upgrades Department 



Editorial . 

In one of .he r«cc„, Week of Pt>,er meefings Elde, 

L. Marley said that "what God has done for others He 

I i^n do for lis." Although this is no secret, it is nevertheless 

iry that we really know J< 



innally acquainted with Him; just as 
i^ht the friendship of some earthly pets 
is, it possible that n 



■poi-hye \o Carol Ann Ejly am 
Highland Awdtmy. Girls, we mis 



3 busy with th 
■ ■-^deA routine of school aaivities that we don't take tim 
hmk — to meditate; that we don't take the oppoitunitit 
:1k u'llh Him; that we don't have time to be holy? 
This is a problem. What must we do about it? 
Out time is limited. Into it we must squeeze all the 
Lhwhile things we expect to do. Many will have to be left 
Line. In our activities, as with anything else, there is such 
ling as "good, better and best." Therefore, if we ate to 
ke life the very best, we must put the best into it, leaving 
:ht- 'giiod" and perhaps even some of the "better." 
This is not unreasonable because to know God is the very 
1 thing wc can accomplish in life; and if it means f< 
Mime of those things which in themselves may be good, 
■'. if life is [o be the best, we must do that. C.A.M 



; ile Omdiicts 
a>rr Week 



D..., .nd "A Qa«.ion \ 

Senior Sketches 



)■ neighbors were complaining I 



Biology Club Sees 
Audubon Film 



"il'SC 


pcnnj, 


pliotographic 


:rit? 


"it 


w'p°h„,„"!i,- 


tmdwi h 


h« c 




1 his b«n 


nKHii 


7 ,o tjkc trial 


Xp05uf« t 


find / 


xui and cxpo- 


cn^lph,, 


graphs 


f tilt sptxtrum 


h"e tZZ 


'™"i 


Jn imputilj- in 
^. Ih. rifh, of 


. hil ih. 


dm ,1, 


nlun™,!,., „ 



NEWS NCTES 



«nllv in .! 
,plcr ind tl- 









'i%and likes especially, ■ 



luggin, md Mrs. alhoun « 
^(ence. The>- enjoyed the study 






il-st people in I 
are noi only 1 



■I Love the South" 



SMC's President on Quitters, 
Recreation, and the South 



TH t S OUTHERN A C C E N^T^ 

[SA Brings Student Lounge Campaign 
To a Successful Conclusion 



Nestell, Clark Are Appointed 
By SMC's Board of Trustees 



(It, Marilyn Young; 


„r"'a'd"u' 






er Buddy McEltoy 
issislanr;andCim- 


'LTJlT" 




,,■;, li^ 


"■^he'l^d.-rnodrhe 
p«cd fn raising Ihi- 


has laujht f 


f:B'i 


-f" 


A5s«iltion Omctrs- 


"di.oa" "'" 


o„a Pol„on 


of nirod 


■^s'^HH 


^i: 


bt^in his 


■Thfhf 


lor. Jean ,i( slndml 


^^^^■^^^^H 




n Collcgcdale s vailty- Sandy U---. i> 


L 


11 


^,,',1 H 


r/Jh"mg^o7 ^di?«tT^n' Ll'nn 




K. N.„.ll 


Pood Hall for all offices and pcr- 
















nd produclion of Kveral btKhiii« 






lafc?4"uVh 


Hall, and promotion trips for stu- 


'"°h" irvS'in 


.kJ";LT'°'^' 


'"'ZZ 


"" ^«™"'"^"'- 








iuyiKERN mmim gollcee mm\ 




CCgNT 



"r^l':"":'^''"""'' '' 300 Seniors Visit Campus 




Si 1 li 1 n I <1 Siliiiiidl Will Be 
^ ' I '' ( ifcKinUiiecloi 



«. =nd by Ihi- 


Im. ihc,' 


Congratulations! 

Collegedale Academy 

On Holding 

First Musical 

Festival 



SA Elects New Officers 



A 




Collegedale Academ /losts 
First Union Music h '?ja\ 




Editorial . . . 

Congratulations, Seniors, on the i 
tion. We salute you for your attainmci 



ing back in 1859, thei 
ved. How 



d be liappy 



longer good enough for us. At least this is true in the field 
of education. So wc hasten lo say that while you are passing 
a very important mileposi, we hope you stiJI have the goal 
of a college education before you. There are jome reasons 



e need t 



ic hours of c 



it be > 



I win take well educated citizens to heep 

it to our God. The Lord's work, in these 
rth's history, needs men and women, young 
iih a good cd 



ipe the snares of Satan in the last days, we mu 
ivhere we stand and why we stand there. These arc 
reasons why you should plan to go to college ne\t ye 
let us say that we don't know of any better plac 
jour college education than right here at SMC. Th 
college for die South. 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



A Challenge to Seniors 

X'elcome, seniors, to Southern Missionary College. Wc 

iiovc been looking forward to your arrival on our campus 

for several months now. Each student and faculty member 

.uld like to extend a very warm and cordial welcon' 

ch one of you. Wc will do all in our power to make 

ly a profitable and enjoyable one. 

The most beautiful time of year, spring, has arri 
We would like you to feel perfectly free in gcttmg acquainte. 
with our beautiful campus. The Student Association ha 
planned a very inclusive and interesting two-day P^ogran 
for your benefit, and I am sure that each one of you will be 
kept pleasantly occupied. Everything ='^"^ "^f '^J;;^''!/;^'; 
on our campus may not entirely smt you Bm^I ^^^^^l^^^,^ 

United Stated. Improvements are taking place every day and 
before many years go by. we will have one of the best physical 
plants too Those of you who have decided, or are decidinj; 
now. to attend SMC will have the opportunity of watc'iing 
and sharing in the blessings of a vigorous, growing college. 
You will not be here many hours before the friendly 
atmosphere of cur campui will captivate your imagination; 
and hearts. This is one place where you will be sure to find 
warm Southern friendline?5 ftor.i everyone you come in coJi- 
:act with. The one thing about a college campus that will leave 

Nowhere will you find, to such a marked degree, the Chris- 
" " ind friendliness that is displayed ' — " ■^"'' 



We know 
We hope that tl; 



stay yo 



had ( 



Lie things you probably don' 
ery few. 
before V 

yo^ want^oXne^back here and 1 
We trust you will excuse us f 
so crazy about the place we can't help letting some 
pride overflow. In conclusion, we want to use a g 

/it STfte "Hext "Tfean, 

Welcome! Welcome! seniors and prospective 
of SMC. It b with genuine pleasure thar I extend to c 
of you a warm and hearty greeting. For many months w 
the students of SMC, have been looking forward to the di 
when you would arrive on our campus, 
aheady felt the friendliness and good 
faculty alike. We have opened our campi 




hope that you will decide 
September. 

■o months' tim^ each one of y 



ing from High School (Academy). V. 
nendcd for your achievements thus far. You 1 
I high-point, a goal in your aspirations, and foi 
■ery happy. But before you lies an even grcate 
if a college education and preparation for fu 
o God. SMC offers you a rich college cducatic 






will t 



^g^l'L. 


H^tBrHjiiH^ 


Speallng o 


f the iophomore outing— who goofed 
for a quid c.change— if not— pidiod 


„*°,.idL°n,'' 


Ramona Helm, Dorii Hoptins and Larup 


(arn.fc.d r 
'X, r.Ld 


omi. The only draw back, 1 understand, 

de from wonhlp each night wai devla 

I to be removed — curiolity go! the bp 
over to read on the tag "To be mavcd 
nchaiantly feeling rather foolish. 



\\'k 






It you will feel completely 



As you participate in the various progra 


ms of College 


Day, we hope you will capture in imagination 


the spirit and 


life of this, our Alma Mater. You may soo 


have the op- 




t«t degree 0? 








College day: 


ate die best days of your life. Make the mc 






.sociating with 




1 develop you 


into a power for good, capable of meeting s 




challenga of the world today. 






It of progress 


and we are here to sene you. Already plans 


arc being laid 


for what we believe will be a banner year ol 


student enter- 


prise and activity. There ate many things in 


store for you 


Various types of social occasions will prove t 


be an enrich 


ing faaor in your college experience. At th 




informal occasions you will have the opportu 


nity of getting 


better acquainted with each other. We sha 


1 be working 






E upon o 



tablishment of 
t'SMC. This will prove to be a unifying 
ir campus, and will eventually serve as a pro- 
of SMC to the general public of the Chatta- 
nooga^atea. Whatever the aaivity may be, rest assured that 
your SA will endeavor to make your life at SMC more en- 
joyable and more complete. We are looking forward to a 
promising school year. Come, be a part of it! 
Don CKAf 






ACCENT 







THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



Scintillating 



Atuiical yanLx {^am e<MKecticut Science Stirrings 



Senior Banquet Has 
Hawaiian Setting 



jitorial . . . 

,:e ^aK "Hext "ifeOA. 



t I u iindoubicdl) found that wt ha\e here ihe 
HI L i I studi-nts whom jou ha\c ac jour school \ ou 
u probabi) decided that our classes art abouc ihe same 
Si uri, perhaps mort iniercsiing' It maj he that our 
I us looks smiilar to >ours Our facultj haie pi ' " 
rcised JOU wtch the fact that the) are e\erj bit as con 
It] as your facultj You maj e\cn haM; found that oui 

Whether this is the cast or not, we hope that jou ha\i 
VLd being here as much as nc ha\e tnjojed having j 







-«l,n|Mns;- T' -in K Siibjrcl 
I... \|H.I !.,k.' 












,n Olifoma Jo 


looiri olT"u 


jnJ *i Coi 
j°.V>oo'pl. 


gcdjie Acjdcm) bi 


°Ct ,1,1 lolcb 


lorl or pil oot 
1 hi hoppeJ bick 


Johns 10 


rN^mt bl 'l" 


Wl bo,! 10 ,h 


had foriottcn all 


Jo,« Uo 
lolo. b, Eot 


i^'zi- 


clm"'l';nV°o 


;;>,"",';",»"'. 


'"°',""j, 


ToTvid^Kiw pli) 



Academy Plays i Baseball Season 
Host to Prospects Gets Underway 

On Mood., Apnl f. Colk,, - ■ ■ •■ 

d,l. Aad™, pl.,,d boa lo 






b, iho^oJco.l 
b, lb, «nJ™i 






J Domb C VVJlon L 
E C,o.,on G J.cobj. 1 



ml, bcforL spcakine 



,„al, lo n.1 
10 lypes of 



ions p«pk .od mo!,c b. 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



J^^. IK, 



Welcome, Seniors, of Southern Union 




rA€€gMT 



:':::ry^'^±;,^'^^':r" Showalter Elected Southern Accent Editor; 

. As IN cw Majors .. .1 ^i n n • ■■ 

Take Shape Hamilton Chosen to Be Business Manager 




Union Session in Miami 

Aadf^'V^I'Rees, Fleming Re-elected 



Schoolmasters 
Attend Banquet 

^A, MV, Leaders Attend Workshop; At SMC 



uiktd Ihc btjinnins of Ihi Qiii 




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Editorial . . . 


CLUB NEWS 1 


f^ E«MA.ANCASTE. 


^^ 






Colporteur 


^BK ^1L 




An annountenieni chat was recently posted on the bulle- 


Who sjid Ihe Home Economics 


An annual pitnic of the Colpiir- 


K X- , W\ Finals — Exams and 




lin board by the Dean o( Men merits a little thought and 










r'^r Sd"h JJ:.™r= E sbo'l t^ 


pared by iihoni ? Why us, of course. 


Approximately eighty persons al- 


J^ii ^"""""" ^'■'^'""^" 




First things firsf! An apology is in order to Ihoso Se 


iers who „e„ 


should have a "Bring Back What You Borrowed Week." 


We ncs:t '^'^^i^'^' "''"' ^^' '"' 


the day— iupper. 


Hope the weather didn't dampen your spirits and that 
be bad with us when school starts in September. We o 


^M wcall,,. 


•?„',t7weJL;'''-ScWeet"Zry^^^^^^^ 


r MiTs HeSnTlhe Chili M 


Supper consisted m.tinly of ,pa^ 
ghelli, tossed salad, and '™^^P^|"^'-^^ 




inhnitum. 


eLuL Power Board,^ ^^_^ 


prepared' f''"'"'''"'" 




"loyed ha.;., 


To set CO the point o( the matter, what we ate crying to 


izhjpM !^'d"':i.rho'S; 


After filling their stomachs, they 
i;i!ed their minds with thoughts of 


,,u7"irJ'Vo*l\.'t..fpi!intri«''d''.'!e'b"^',°C 


* « u-: '° 


say is tha, you had better start planning to return the things 










"\^ also appreciifed the inleresl- 


in devotion- 


one. Rulh. you give very vivid doscriplioni! 


' 


D.S. 














helped financially in purchasing 


he forgot lo ,e. book, .od .,.. on her eemm.rbe! 


"IS ai tliQugii 




SMts. provided us by the Industrial 




We were fortunate this year lo 


what WIS needed to put over this 


'" Dian. Ludl.m. lie . slrie, around our & .71 


»'P^<t,(cl,'! 


N„„. ( ,J„M l,e sh,ph,g lighl- 


witness dispUys ind dcmonslratiDns 


''X^olporteur Club oflice^ ..re^ 


^RoiTrJ X"' "^°J S"-«"°0»tTrrl1hf''.' 


timE you Id, 
eft her g|,„„ 


l,„Md.l !,.,■,. ,he,„e„^^„e 


J§3fiSS 


Valle, vice-president: Judy Smilh, 


B(er while voiling them, she picked up the glaiies e 


d tommenrj 


rz.f?:^;,'tt';i^:r,;p 


jistor; Ronald Rogers, puhlicily 


ha* if they were a liffle slronger they would be {usf II 
would Ihoy, Diane? 


= hns. Reai, 


2:/rn::^;£L:i:2'..». 


l^homf. The' ardmf whidTfill^s 


.eeretary. 


„"!.;;r, I7™ ou°t 'ooT'ch.Hief.'grrd t" 


i 3 fe- tip,. 


V^-&TZ^:l..,. 


through the doors about meal lime 


zt;!^';?""^'"!'"'.'!" 


She was a very dolighHul speaker, and we all thor 


ughly onioH 


Whe,, 1 congou, he/,. ,,,ifhl. 


It is also fun lo feel that we 


meeting of the Music Clu -^^^^^^ 


mlng at the Industrial Y in town. We really had a file 


llrr"f. 'du'^T 


h,„e,d „/ M,i„s „p lo u& 


can ser^e oryaniwlions other thin 


LTa^h Dalton vice-president; Judy 


.eing ducked, drowning, being drowned! Hope we c 


r. da ;i ag^i, 


AboHl ,om, m«, I ,m:,r k,„w. 










A„iu,h.uheyMAIo,.,e«,d,o.,. 


ser^'ine. or |^^^^^||^S ""' spacious 


irLswir" ""* ' 


With so many summer weddings being planned 


■ ■-■■dz-nh ol 


Soo,j VU hoU my ,h,ef,ki,, lighl. 


Our services extend beyond the 


Next year the club and the Fine 


^aude Jones HaW. it's Ifinda hard to get down to stud 


■11.^ (grlW 






Arts Division arc planning lo spon- 






W„l,l,.n,, jo, UfU, my „,i,.d. 


Depailmcnt will hold an inlercstint; 


sor a series of four Sunday night 


'ol'thrVirfi ou"o^f bed for^morninq°'wotihi "^Inllc-- 


!, ■n^^siquHo 


Far Ihm I'll mikt ihe eihe,, find 


and educational "Open Hoase" for 
home economists from Chattanooga 


^.Ip'tion siri« at a ve'ry" nominal 


nameless tune on the chimes, they ate going to play ' 1 


■ i-ZlX 


The mile /,«<«««. ,0 deep 










Th., keep me, Le from „eeded,leep. 


■Open House" for the general pub- 


nounced early in September. Tickets 


I've found them, I've found fhem, those girls wKq 


:iing tke 


i:dr;i:r::7::!!^:J-:. 










wil^MfT'thir ''■Mf' ff ' C "do^t 


registration- ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ 


ncome TaVmen a!e rfleMhem. Cal't hoirout'on^L 


- -n, qlHi, 


-Diet KMer 


"'■^tlJ^l. 


Lb^e-'No *dale was'dv^"Tt 


he-s got to have spending money, too- 








Adventist Prayers Published 


* ffH^^ GENE KENDALL 




Rev tlv ewlv revised edition 


beiuty flish upon out htrJtts May 


IK rainorinfi in physical educJiion, 




:^^^*^<y 




\;r.\ fj^S^ 


"c' "^'Z'^^£',"tA t"t 


't'^mlrvi!"hl7ZSmTo°&, 


Religion 


l^l^i ' The Spol on ihe 






.""xioZ f*."stTctco'lo,ld "(.re 


mu°r°s SetH "' ,^°,*i 'r'.m' 


h^'°^en'qui;r'tdve''?his'yrr: 


1^^ 1 Glas.s Face 




1 1 1 took of diily ptay..! 


EirHfi/irSht— 


m1 TvEHy'r^L™" 


S;:P"^'-^ 


^ t'l^ J 




1 J by Chcistiins of jII 


AH year there have been some men who insist.- 


,r.g t™ 


« b, m of the mosi rmi- 


Chiist. Ihe Son of Thy love, be 


Cumbtrlmd Conference, spoke 


This year the numbers of the 


}y shaving while in the shower- With the advent ol sprir. 


:ti unrEsl 














l Id h« ...ision ,...t.l..s 












/, b, ^ enth.d., Adren.i,. 


gbtj' of Thy Person and ihe loveli- 








ctiTi walh 


„ t Urttrsttimc. 






Georgia-Cumberland Conference; 






























W A F c 1 Ind C A Rmcs 


would dim our vision of the One 


methods in the field of spelling. 


Elder H- E, Baasch, college Bible 


Highland Academy's homecoming weekend have , 


:nce our 
















0/ Thj-childr«. who suffer m^y > 










M , College .ppe.,.b.- 


5US be I'livinj. bright re.]it,-.-Gr.nt 


e™»'r.n'c«'in'aod",eSine,'!;nd 


Eld^VTwdfe,'a'Srdnr 


Sunday morning these fellows tied a call's leg lo ■■■ 


■ -,A\cdei 




shall be stronficr fhin thit of pain. 


m so doing fhci' created enthusiasm 


ister who served as a missionar)- in 


to various indignities, made his plight very well Inci 


t.vcryDM 


d j^,S!r^,^Tb":^;' 


ul tl rr!^K'h'o^r'lii°!e£- 


!rndergonnh^"hrr!'owi'ng"M'peri- 


2'eLf\nd'"p'astorin'the"u!s"A."He 


on eampus. We're sorry our fellows caused you tji. 


.■'!sjrH 




■r. ■ ■i.i.M.nqueringdoubt, 


cnce. 


spoke on modern Spiritualism and 


'h hM'^r W ^'""|-l^'^^h''"fT7 h la'l 


„ A thai BD, 


Brat, nupon the sk,,. ■ ■ 












....fij portion. S.r . 












iiii-::: 


,, ,■ ■ ■.'.■■foourc-sof Thy 


SliSfiiii 


^li¥rr!nz 


Whoever borrowed that trash can from bad of 


I'^l'^lttl 






types of churches. 






.<^~^^^^^& 


5^€€^I^JT 


*'p°ti'°"' "'" °" '" """"'"" 


guest. Say, don't we have a rule against unaulhom 

and Norman Elliott as sleeping through a recent veip.- 
thoy were really off campus. Don't feel bad, someone w 


^'!"lX'!^ 


- 1-^ 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 


Andtn^ 


m ?£21S!^Ef™i3S-SS3S 


^^^^^■^^^^ 


^TaZ^^' 


,;„,, ' ':MW^ 


^^v ^^^^ 


Proloisor Kuhlman has everyone seeing bugs, h 
cceptioni could be his students who think that they ar 


boards Jep^" 


:a»H^;»:;,:.,..„. '^ -.;.:is;=„&s 


^H W/ftJOee.T^Vj V ^^H 


gas* Good old' CharleT Nrholl"!" riend' we'could'hav 


oHle ''"' '"■' 


S..O,.m Ml..i™.„ C.ll.„ S,.d 1 A, ■ » 


'done - ■; 


f-iu-h.™ 


^B •:> — ^'^— .^B 


1 1 must stop and get up now. 1 |ust noticed that 


d^Jii'h^^' ■ 




tea jB 


nglon. ^ 




"'iomI •"^'^-^ 




whe.-'^ 


^^I^^ll^jll^^^ 


light ''bmJn hTlr lod^ lovely" bu^t that white (recHe 


st-^*^ 



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



Bethea Leads the List 



The Underground 

Society 




Burke Addresses 
Physics Club 



pcclrognphy pjrt 
project beini; cjrri 


it™ 




(Seven! 






d in the Acc£N 


dclicr 


rs^'ii^r; 


/!*; 


d cspecfilly'^onr 


™=,„. 


ctorj' photo grjph 


;,.f;;: 


rtH:H 


^fE 


,*;::£";„ 


",OJ„ph 


3c eisilt iJjpwd 1 




„„., ,i,.,5 . p 


«„„ph 



FHE SOUTHERN ACCENT 




rACCgMT 



SMC Students-Staff Observe i^"""^^dyOu.ii„e 

buinmer School 

National Music Week \ !.^,''':^::':':'i-'-' 



n>L Reeves Concludes 
'■I I Marriage Lectures 



SA Senators Inaugurated 
In Chapel Ceremony 



Professors Help 
Tennessee League 

fight a^Jinst liquor and inloxicanM 
Itni^lh and bfc:,d.h of our slate. 







Swarner Places Third 

In WCTU Oratorical Contest 






workshop under th 
t supply lompanie 



Read ^\ < 



Ik Sivirner SMC Colle 
iitd George C Oumji 



SA Workshop Officials 
Plan, Work, Vote, and Play 



Now IS the hme *o 
pay your pledge 



Gymnastic Team Gives 
Physical Prowess Program 



Have you applied 
for next year' Bet 
(er do It now 



. ","ne'"n"|o"d /pk.unr CoUegiatC CllOrale I r^'l""' 
nil, On tr.di, rflernJ.^,. SlllUS .ll LollisM'Ilc SMC Rr 



P"!)^! ^1 LjiiuliL 1 III jrti.iLi I 






SOUTHERN ACCENT 



Editorial . . . 

Like any other organization a Student Association must 
[inue to grow or it will become stagnant and eventually 
In taking a backward glance at our own Student Asso- 



of Eastern SDA Colleges was held on the campus of SMC by 



n this the tenth anniversary of these workshops we will 
again be able to contribute to the growth of this vital part 




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ISkip Day Features 
Smokies' Tour 

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FrJitorial . .. 


; t^evetctti^ y&tce . . . 


, ),ii.rniinjiicin— ihat thing so often confused with genius 

1 ,. ,[ijiibiirn persevering force that makes men and 

.,J, .,. Thomas Edison, Madam Curie, or the Wright 

v\ [k long hours in the lab testing, checking, and 


rrue, it took more than just dccetmination, hut without 
huv. and many more, would certainly have given up with- 

kaving their contribution to our safety and comfort. 

That quality of determination Is juit as much needed 

uf schoolwork and daily lives as it is on some large task 
>.|jted to revolutionize the world. 


he allowed to shape the man. We should seize upon 


l\^ page 194, 

.Men who have battled circumstances with a determined, 
itvering power have surpassed the obstacles that mount 

le them. These are men who achieve satisfaction from 
jiig accomplished that which others could have done if 
V had determined to do so. C. A. M. 


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Ji-.-Sr. Picnic Held 
At State Park 


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ng. or a good game 
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Reeves Lecture 
On Love. Marr 






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Baseball Standings 



Scintillating 
Science Stirrings 






SA Senate 






3r, DiipUy 



Summer School 



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