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Full text of "Southern accent, Sept. 1956-May 1957"

THE 



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llin: ir-y 



r rrLiRFiiRiniK emphasis WEEK BEGINS 



willbconiheSMCci 

day CO launch the Fall W^sek of 

Religions Emphasis which 




Editorials 



icge (a torn of m.t,i,l l.») ™d .h, 
arresi of poliiical opponents, newspaf 
a former ptcsidenc of (fie counuj', 

.1 proccdu?. *2^^^ ^^ 

. 1. Jas[ to keep thin 

/amily, Somoio's [wo sons assumed complete co 
every infmireiimal fact of ihe government. 

Naturally these boys have the interests of eve 
heart, from proficeers down lo peasants 



IPOETS-Tfiisis Your 

Opportunity to Win 
Fane and Fortune 






leader in the country, 



ddcnial that 



indeed pi 

I would very much apprct 



tend my thanks to the stai] 

past and, I am sure, ihcy will do in the future, 
the bceinnini' of the lOSI academic year, ! was privi 
. 6 . b ., -"-"-' every minuit 

would have to leave our campus becaust 
Uh hi( me like a ton of bricks and with great dis. 
cnt 1 packed up my belongings and left Collcgedalt 
torium in North arolina. 
't go into the rigors of my eighteen -mo nth confint 



„.. to keep in touch with thi 

of the folks back at Southern Missionary College and cer- 
tainly lessened the difficulties of my hospitalization. 

Whenever 1 got low or had the blues I could jerk myself 
out of despair by rereading some of my old issues, so, thanks 
again [o (he South. 



CME Gradiiales 
Former SMCilei 









YOUR OPINION 



Cliapel Seating Appeals to Most 




^^^W RO\tAVNE GODWIN 

• "*,,» Fabulous Facelifling 
V"^ Bells for "Bii B.." 


bujy fiirls to keep MJH buulrg 
a lounge. Alreidy i drinking foun- 


:ili of which h:.ve been ordtred. Wc 
poured in the laundry loom in ih" 

kno^^'lulrte'li^'^"''''""'''''''' 
right h^nd side of" (hc%Mm\nd 

f §e?' r.inVii'Tlso?"" '■'"^'^ 
probalily get a sUrtj'.qed look jn 



BUTCH COGGIN Blo-^niiiiiiM Itondii 
l,..,l-> l..„k- 






)• bo, In Ihc Jo.miior, 



jon«H,ll' Mr'S^'i"""" "»■ A' ;i' """'i ZZ°Ll 






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1956 






THE SOUTHE 


RN AC 


CENT 








37 States, 10 Countries Send Representatives to SMC for '56-'57 Term | 


sh::i 


UBaron'Shl'' 


l^e^idCraiitut - /ReweM^er 7 1 


s-iiSon 


Lor.l.'Rltart 


Ballad ^ptf"^ 


teSUln. 








SjaneJ'i?!^* 


Mll''"jeaTtte 


Dykei. Donald 


MoCio'rr'toV' 
Mclntyre. Joan 




^ft-^fe 




s||l. 


McC'jaik"*' 


f4.. Randall 


uS'mZ"" 




rvrlWT^ P 




si'liiir 


Mfit^TB-eyln"' 


lilJl 


in 




f I Ml 11 4 




Currier, Nancy 


Phillip's, Kalio 


MIcHewrighl'. Ed 


kS? 




rM^pr 




sEilH." 


R'Sfjimrl^ 


'■^"''' if 5 Frank 


p!iiJ«. SWey 




^ll»1 


^ L 




Eia^sl'' 


Spalding, Benita 


PetarsoTBiia 


Ro'efci"* 




|:'>rXvff^ 


r w 




ElCr'^Veneta'^ 


sSl'fiaymon^^''" 


If'w' ^"pfanns 


Roielli Daniel 




LhPPirVAw 


' 




tpino£°sJm.el 


Sutler.' Eveiyn 


Sanger' Gail 


S':l'oen, Arvo 




:-Ajry^/Ai} 


bL ri 






Tolo, Betty 


ziJtiu ._ 


Shigley, Roy 




=-='{S> *V3^^» W>-3 re 




ll°s.vi'bb. 


fhXr'pf^^ 


iv'."."' "'°"' 


Sln'^'john' *'° 


- - -^- .,.,,, -^ 


i"nTeV'Gr7nh 


Tomes, Joyce 
Tra»ick, Bobby 










Sll.ler', ShlHe, 




*.'I°n,""'.y 


Truboy. Norman 


mHS'"''' 


Server. G°EoTge 


ii-rs 


Tyler, felher 
illlo^"MarcIa 


M°c"j'°'ii.n,<.n. 


«So;°DTn"'' 


B:r5's'o°n"cN(lo,d 


'•o'ndon. Oresle, 


H^nZTe'gg," 


WNbur";jrn,y 


Mccirf!; RoT,,! 


Wijlianri "jarr. 










Sparli, Vernon 


Warden Rayrn'ond 


•SZ Judy °" 


AcoX,°Aido " 


Hinoj"'johT 


Allgood, Anns Jo 


»«""; j"y' . 


&ar.n.Jad 


llller. Louis 


C°i.r£uri 


nVanJ^'Don'^n 


Henderson, Shirley 


'B:f°' 


BurnUd, Joan 


Wery. James 


Vega! \l^l 
Staples. Thomas 


HydeJrm.^ 
iiFjimmy' 


M°Co^'a1hy,JoB 
Rudi>ai'le,Sttnlev 


Si" 


Gentry', J. C. 
Haupt. Ronald 
M<ghsn>llh, Kelly 


§im. 


Amick, John 


King. R^or 


^?'"\mer 


Rocha, Margarnt 
Skaphar, V.cnon 


Numbers. Carolyn 


Nesy Hampshire 


Haye:! S^Bphfln 


Lomm^^nT.' Buddy 


McCoIpiti, Glen 


H™.'eH6I 


Rou'e J^r^lT '*'"' 


C7^. WilSm 


Rogers, James 


ACADEMY STUDENTS 


Jono,, Juonita 


C.yl.n 






Shealy, Ronnie 




Jono',, Shirley Jean 














Hu.l,,, Tad 


Wurl, Marilyn 


Kllgore. Paul 


Nicl, Lily 
Nick, Virginia 
Thailand 


S'lit'i:; Norman 


Sii'-ireHZy 


Sanchaz, Manuel 


Hyde, Allen 


Norlh Carolina 


Konat'ong^Songili' 


''"'frjlTel''"'^''"'" 


Kroeger, Don 


OU>tl',l"2M, 


hW Gleda 
HongKong 


S'rdXLr. 


Wong, ^i 




tE;z°Sil;°aiz"Sh 


Christiansen, Inqrrd 


Loh, Alice 


Bourne. Mery 


Adams, Jimmy L, 


Blakloy! John 


Loyo''ridqo' Charles Lennio 


Fkrid'a" 


Arthu'r, Richard 


5;X';d°°Ro^eri 


Anderson" Clymera 




Lo.erid?e; lonnie Ed.ard 


S?ti 


Holdridga, Shoman 
ften^mers Eugene 


Case. HJen 


«:":::: j:.,.,i. 


Si'g'e'i.nljfe^S'e'"' 


McKee,'Franc^ E^ely^"'"" 
MerW, PaurWayne 


SlSlGeX'"' 


Strondquisl, Edward 


Couok' Ak. 


■■|;a>>" (h.^^.s 


sS'pSs?z 


MicllawrlghF, Reqine Pago 


'i™p"'K°nnalh 


DavirDwight"' 


llEotiie 


StarclR-d lor by 


Burls. Larrv 


Moo'r';,'i'.'one'joyco 


el'' R^'l)' d 


pTher, Richard 


O."'s°"cosby 


SMC Stiidenls 


Cap'aheri. William 


"oJert' "omm^'joseph 


e,:hop, Joseph 


Wootey, Francii 




Oh'— the ptocedur« of Begislrj 


Cioi-er. Henry Thomes 


•M.rphy, '•*;'"^L«|_- 


Sd'ELrd 


Hoptins'. Dori! 




hcarl, in desperation lets tly a solley 


§s?o.'.i7 


01r^siead','RVyEug°ene 


B^i"...','!! 


£r.^.rilyn 
Caudill, Thomai 


Ht^irBgy^^^^^ 


°'D!*rM™ior.'."woil..d Dr 


|u|s£;£in 


Pragnell, Judy Merle 


c"I°n,*bi'r,,'j;n. 




"S »'"'[) nl 1 


",',,u7hu ^r™'*""'"" w'lo 


c"mon.'°Eu,Z 


ReX^d. CoTohr'n A^n" 


gJr'S:^^"" 


Eri'^bb): 


?.;Pe'r°'£""" - : 


;::;,■"■',■',,'., ::': '"""""' 


Davis. Joyce WynoHo 




Ormi'''c'«ler 


l<Bnnfldv,'N°n 


RamU^Roberf 


i,„,'i '■ ' ., 1 . V ''"'"'' 


D™.°i"'c.''role''R*°o'°a"" 


•Ro3l, SoToAnn ' 


OtJon"Gl'o°r9°e''' 


MaddorC^ryl 
McCoun. EdJje 


Showollor. Slanley 


; „■ ',,i"„'„J,'"'''" 


D^^ich'l.: Jud'Ann"" 
fi.ley. Clare.. Alonson 


sjr'°.';e°°'Mara..et 






— Ibybill 


F°.'m. JeJny 






Moore. Phylli: 










f.;™"°r 


sldebTtiom^Joyce 


^S't,,"";", 


for Miiiidsiy. Tuestia)-, Wcdntsdlj', 


|;£; U;;! 


Sm'lh; June'le Anile 


• nnay. Phyllis 


ErJnfAnn 


WiEfBrl™"" 


Let u*'*pcnd 1 fJcitin^ moment 


Guess. Kennelh 


SIricVlond, Gordon Douglas 


'■^'■C^"s 


Speyer, Joycol/n 
Watkins, Chailon 
Mafylaid 


SE" 


fo!'bl^*"mJl«'^ "^"I'J '" '"^ 


[!l"^ZZ 


iizshiF'"' 


T' 


ESfiErry 


t;„li5ei, Dorothy 


y :;:.-::' :::::.:.:: 




i;i"ji{wiii"d""" 




RiSdfcrrt'n 


^.h'i;n.fd."Hc,!r 




,l.Mu°ph, 


wllson" CheT, H°er3d 


■ """ 


Michigan 


wSlo'^Ria-ard 


.. 


,i.l,,h7 


Wiloete "Vitian° 




Cgrrarl. Elaine 

Ke'nfleid,' Richard"" 
Vaughn. Connie 

Vaughn. Ronnie 


Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Cody, Jerry 
Ponniylvania 


EiSEBziSz 


siiiSiF 


W°o«i,£yJnaK|y^^ _ 

w!do°"81lly''° 
Yo^gblooJ. D,.id 



ACCENT ON . . . ' ' --^ 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



Faculty Takes 
Siuidav Cruise 



Adams Speaks to %«. AauCemcf Five Teachers 

Yoiiiii; People VDattM Ptauide [join Prep Staff 

,"'1'""',',' * ' ;" "" /ltex€ictu,c "darnel \J:Tlt '^ZCt^ZlZ 



\,a.l. IN, Staff 

Kc ipnrlsClii^sNews 












First Directory 
Appears Here Soon 






Concert Tiikets 
Available Now 



,^ I Symphony Concert 
Series Features 
Local Orchestra 



S..oph.rit- 
violinlil (Out- 



His First Date 






ni^cusses Extras 
1 11 College Life 



h, 

"^in, iMa^hiCiid,- Club 



how » Kp, „d ,.pri. louthm, ftla^IlT (.liulc CU 

rK.'„S':"°"'"'""'''''"''ll'i,|,|i-|i,- I'laUK 



lillj- complclcd. so tliJI ho cao 






CHOIR ORGANIZED 



o°™nJ ooli»'o°'ScreJ K°' ""''" 
■ondo,.d bf ,h"Aho™l gZJ '° ■" 

NEW FURNITURE 



Onkwood Choir 
Sin^-Sal. Ml,. 



Jollday Spirit Reigns at Annual Picnic 



MV Leadercrafi 
Workshop Held 






THE 



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■-^ffiiovcQiiraEiisa),? 



SENATE SPONSORS MUSICAL PREMIERE 



STUDENTS TO INGATHER TUESDAY; 
DAY'S GOAL SET AT «6000 

The annual ingathering Field Day will be launched Tues 

^, Occohcr 16. Cats will be leaving che administration build- 

a. m., (O go as far as 125 miles to outlying cii 



is the [heme of (he Student , 
: Musical Premiere which will be Saturday nighi, Oct 

inted at 8 p. m. in the Tabernacle auditorium. 

and composer, will present musical interludes throughout the 
program. She is outstanding in her field, having been pre- 
sented in concert at Carnegie Hall in New York and or (be 
concert stage in South Africa. 

At present she is living in Collegedale with her parents, 
Dr. and Mrs. George E. Shankel, while waiting for her hus- 
band. Dr. Harvey Rittenhouse, surgeon of the Andrews Me- 
morial Hospital in Kingston, Jamaica, to return to the United 

Advance tickets arc on sale in the accounting office or 

grams Committee. Tickets are reasonably priced at fiftj- cents 




Editorials 

the people who will b:; i(s gujdra and leaders not only foi 
to follow. In wai[ing for a period before conducting this 

izciihcyfcel that liit\ i . ■ ■ . ■.. .| i; ■ ■ <:,.,■ r.. ■■ i ...■■ 

an unofficial '■nominauni; n.mmiiitL- and |.rc-si.-lLLi ,1,1,, 



Other than being mo:t un-dctnoc ratio, this system of 
government by any self-appointed group is against al, 
ciplcs of Christian education, and what is more, is pitifully 

rea;ivJng ade(|uaie representation and who are quite willing 
to await the organizational class meeting. 

"'PoHtmc '^mU^" 

Still another problem is the fanatic fc-aliy with 
some of [he freshmen come armed [o Southern Miss 
College, [xcpated [o defend to the very death their resf 
liinh-sdiMul ,,r jijdcmies. Granted, we all have (hat t 
kilL.f; Ml ,...,..,l^,j uhen wc think of the fun we had in 

iij>;li->lu.,,l ,).i)s jrc piissfd on rhe forever-turning wheel of 

wom^n and not boys and gjris. A feeling of loyalty to our 

Whether man or woman is from Satchmo Academy or 

capahilities i.. do rhe ifinRrd.ius tasli which is set before 



Instead of electing a person because of his or her physic, 
(implishniciiis, In us L-\aminL' [he leadership potenlialiiii 



Jails, Hospitals 
Need Sunshine 



r..plc. win 



?coc? 



,i,.„ 1 , , 1.. LI 1. ...'.:,,] „i,l, 


disciedii. 


or the class 








M,,U. .m„,i™.lly, a,,J on 


dowed V. 


1, - .,■ „ 


ili'.i*. ■.. .( lu vln.ulJ be Utilized by hi 


fellows ■ 




\\l Ii,,v^ itiiiiplimcntcd the ficsh 


man class 


on iis wise 


.|.,i-.i..ii ... «.iii ., few weeks before 


hoosing t 


.eir (.meets 


W c MiiiitL'K .Hid eurnLstly hope that 


they will 


jse as much 


wisdom in seleclirig iheir olTicers— e 


.ploying 


II Chtisiian 


and democ.ai.c means to do so. 










HOMAYNE GODWIN 



Silbersack Sacks Out 
Spooks, Screams, Silence 



.nyHing. b.l ».idenll> 



°"rnrr™ Talge Hall - - YMCA 
"^"'^ Walking on the Ceilin. 






SOUTH^Nf ACCENT 



■£ette74 Ca tAe S(Utai, . . . 



SMC's Or. Anderson is Versatile 



'^'fiiF-r ■ Hitf-*pm 



ACCENT ON . . . -•— 
. . . Collegedale Academy 



^(^cMz THaki^ l^fie4: 



eaHttc6u€e? T&Aa. "nte? 



AMICl 

, Mens's Annex 



Six «t-t-ks of our school year arc already behind us. 
lave you, as a siudei.c at Collegedale Academy, coniribuiLJ ReVOmpS RoOmS; 

" ^-m.-^you may ask. ■'Whai tould I, one individual, u.n Pitks NeW Nome 

^ery small and insignifKant, h 
■■■ lake for a bciccr schoc 






sponsibilitics. Bui our school's need is for ihosc who will ac 
cept duties willingly. The more (hat you do. the more quali 
fied you will become to take on other rcsponsibJIiiies. 

One thing that all schools can have is better school spirit 
and this can be obtained simply by being friendly and co 



Campfir.- W annlli "'''^''"^' 
I III nisli<'> I III) Sunday Phys Ed 

' , ' , ' , ; : ' , Activates Pupils 



Kadi.-Ch.Mus 
Clio, -rs (tlli.ris 



Elder Adams 
Stresses Prayer 






Acce^tt StajfliB^ QfKuU ^ocidLf. poAtied. 



^r^L.y±.!^!!l ..Jjo>*er Comes Out 
n Record Time 









ATS Shows Film 






for (he JOKER i, 



Social Hour Begins 

Music, ondlclight, and plw^ni 

SalucdJy night ■Gmdlcliehl Hour ' 
Should iho piohurf prognm |^r- 



(;rs Send News of 

r™*rh"""V'rtT,;' oisTRiBOTORs expjnd ^,""'""r ''"""'"" 

' „__ Dischai-Kcs 

Choir Organizes, 
Develops Plans 






frtndl, iiuilc 



7</atcli ■^OHt Senate 





■ 'alo'Iir' 


m 


„ ni',,' 


ho^SkJ 


E?i;i 



THE 



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;.SOFT SEATS SOUGHT 

1 II DdnfoilhFund 
ifllCnr. V-,vt.,meto 



Courtesy Week Scouts Choose 
Douglas, Inman, King and Queen 



lapd wlun Km^ Edward Douglas md Qu^cn 



First Backacher's 
Nat'l Convention 
Meets at SMC 

A campaign th.me of ;'S7,- 

CunvLucion at Lynn Wood 

SA President, John Harcy 
Gulp, del.veting his keynote 
ddress asked the assembly 
How long, O Collegedale, 



^^ . ^^ ^ thousands of dollats for less 

S(x«^et^ f9temonte^ cj 7'iadciuA<xei \otth> pioie«s' Hon long 

' I «i[I« callow lasness leih 
I ug) and downrifeht laziness 
(o riddle out souls lint I they 

L\erj lampaE^n' How long 




riioiK sChanged 
I hi Nn\emhei \ 



rordiall) imilcd to -jrr') 



Sdlk Polio Vaccine Now Available to Students 
Through Student Association at Collegedale 



lere are lists posted in both the girls and boys dorr 



1 fe^\ months 
long' O Col 






Violinist Hegyi and Wife Presented Here 

Chattanooga Symphony' "' J,']"*^ ' lurt^t'ii 




Editorials 


. . . ^ettcii to (^ S<(i(«i ■ ■ ■ 


^^^t BOMAVNE GODWIN 


7* 1/<^te 0% %^ lo. 1/ote 


J-i'l;': ' 


,■''. ;. 1:.,":;;™-ES 


\" ,f f Beeky, IVclvy, or Marilyn? 


in poliiitd issues and currcnc affairs is widespread on tht 


,,.|.,,,... ;, 


.:,„,',;:^;;';l;rs,'°i 


\ _^ Tasty Tempters 


campuses of many colleges and universities in rhe Uniied 




i:';;„i''ihttn'«aCm?id*e; 


mr^ 


share ihis uninformed condition. 

There are (wo excuses which we have heard given (cccnil) 


'"\\L^''\L'l...,j,^<~~..^ 


£!SiSi 




^""1!° d r^-""*'' "'^f^ *° 9'<yiiZ, 


for local indifference to voting in the coming national elec- 


'z;j"t'il teTh'4°h. »".' 


both) sends a recommend jlion to 


!fiowHli'irny'Hf'3o5 


ibiy at^'he° poirt" oPdr^JdL te 
stalk on down to the faithful old 


of the candidates" an admission of ignorance and lack of 


!^jlc'(h"jffa'i^'"¥ his'c^oun'lrv' X 


proved l°sXnillcd.'it ihotldU: re- 


bouqhs ir to brighten their rooms 




desire to betome informed; and (2) "Doesn't the chutdi 


flub, or >n)iliinp etK he miy be- 


ferred back lo (lie fomm for icton- 


so thot the/ may erijoy (be magnH- 


At long last we have finally got- 


say wc shouldn't have anything to do with politics?"— a less 


long (0. Pcrlups lie imt <)ujlifid 


f£v5"^''?HfiSi'.s 


AccO'ding to'l^ofilyn Prlndle, 


fbor"^fo er"'wo'\lv'' '^V'^"?,''- 


forgivable example of negligence. 


j^ IQ it "(hit lomcont: with tapibili- 


we hove a now girl in the dorm. 


qroen sofa'ond a rose atmXZ 


Clc-arly. unless those giving the first excuse can get a 


titi, d.« en the lob. 








glimpse of the vital importance of knowing what is going on 


The pegple bclojiijinE \o this un- 


li'^'^M k^fM' lhl'noJlh'"nd"of 


my11'i^al'p'ersorA^''Lucv WatlJrv 


dormitory mo^e Ttlr'^flctii """^^ ""' 


in ihuir government and doing what they can about it, they 










will remain in their unconcerned state forever. A great deal 


liilei, but at leul they a(c ihowing 


FdH^°'IEf:5f'o!E 


'h "i^^^ ""h ^'""^^"l'^ T"'' "'i '' 


sure they heard spools, but' Faye 


is cjpably penned and voiced to arouse these passive mem- 


"'"iS'pJ B £ mireinoKd.! ooth- 


whtre she foun7w.rilyn s^udyi^g 




bers of our democracy, so we shall not attempt in this short 
space lo build a fitc under any of the Ia7y. 


inUine cemml «!. 


^"- R A. 


''4'^^°'J°^%}^^^^ 


over ?t1 h^Td'viSing'^everaf rE^i 


Those who arc ignorant of the church's stand on voting 


Avj SunJfflind 


Ed- 


ofhor gTrriold°he^r fo^[ay''''flt h^r 


end frying to frighten tha occu- 


should refer to the article by Arthur L. White, "Seventh- 


Deaf Mils Editor: 


It seems lo mc that there is 3. 


name was Becty ^"^"^'^ ^"'b'^ 


futenile "lor '"grown-u°p" coll '^'^ 


day Adventisis and Voting," in the October A Ra'hw a,i(l 


In the last issue of the Accent, 


grcjt indifference lowatd pittiolism 


name was Pecty Tanner! 


girls? Well . . . maybe you have 


Ihrald. which states that "Seventh-day Advcntists, like other 


fM"ihTthe "Littm "o'lbe°Edilpr 


neglect of out fljg. Oft limes I 




a point there. . . . 


good citizens in every country, have a responsibility to be 










loyal to their flag, but should not become embroiled in parti- 


!o"fee'l°np°>n'd'{'ips'abeu't°hh'w 


"EKcd, probably as i result of poor 


Iwo who were elected laif year. 


i t^'tL'? wiring mlrelyV^ggv 


san politics." 










A nioro exact statement of the church's position on voting 


formii it, lli^ darmilor^ nil! l.tte 


on the floor in the Lynn Wood 


dent of social "^•'"'''^ ?"'' Sally 


;ii appaararee up there in third 


is [onuiriLd in the following cxcetpt from the above men- 


[J'tiih?'"'"'"''"'""'''"'' 


loyilty lo one"s colors, I hope somc- 


both will Jiirfisd'fir'the^o^sfllon' 


of ^clrl ^il'f LV inVh""''^''* ■'^" ' 


". , , ihe church, in keeping with the Spirit of prophecy 


sbuuld""? S'mVt'el'r * ™ ".S 


litS. ■"" '" ' ""'"' A.a 


they hold. 


regards some things! " *"" ""' 


counsels, while emphasizing the privileges and responsi- 




'^i3}Aitzrl:L 


What could be nicer than warm. 


biliui s of the citizen in his community, does not indicate that 




snock? Nothing"? That Ipparen'flJ 


its membets shall or shall not exercise the tight of franchise. 


Green Room Gives 


THE 


hlve^brj'n'^in'^^pMr*°fcltIen''?o 


was what some of the girls hailing 


rai«i^'mt"or'i;!r^rT«rhi°'™c'."''DmJ3°.'ii^^^^^ 


Dining Privacy 


BOOKMARK 


U,°y'tn'.v'^ln''commeni"craf^n*i' 


be^ml * etidS tht^' tt ''^wi 


arc not lo become involved in political issues," 


i 1 ( lleos 


«>■ S"""-EV C01.V 


he Wly.flve pennies Ihsy paid 


peddling some calorJe-packud, 

rately answafed lo the desc.iplian 
of donuts. Calling all affiliatetTwIth 
the Border States. Deep South, anj 


;^^e4^ ' S'me ^i^*«j<Jife«!tf(^ 7 




for yourself? TTien miybe you 


ime/theroTZn'Tn^'unS; 


„ , '"':; '''"'-;'f " '-; '-^ ''''£''i ■"£" 




nto nhcQ Ihcy quit Ihcit job; with 


litehenette. The four Oriental girls, 
S Jtlluk°"Kongbtong ' ar^^caoUg 


the 'racTI^^'on' Are^youTeVp^^'.' 


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J Chicago daily nea'spaper and 
boughl a smjU weekly in ihe town 








dlb^Zsj^jKolfrma^in: 


BUTCH Misguided Frosh 

^°^^"^ Pumps for Die.Jiaids \ 


". . ,;, ,. ,,.,„i. , 11 dii- condition is apparenih 




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1 i,L o.iimion complaint is that we don't have enough time. 






which Jhe.eWkr.o,e_^ralr^anr^.lIy 




ll„.>"ii>jil.iintwouldnot be as prevalent if certain rules were 














HLt^s jnnll,ii iimc to'': Tit™ 


oons of ihe East. Yes, tha Cali- 


And how about the ' 


,,. ,^ M-linkling and grade point average rc(|uirenicnts 




'"'"■'"' '■'^"•"JxJs^ 


y caught up with us here at SMC 


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,L,,s..,i 1-1 llu^. li ,sl..lio.,l i.^ ill. .l...fKI^J.f ihisconsii- 


HITHER 


yz^jTii^'v':.;. 


!l!' n',''''u!"l' '^' lir.H7-''l' ■ ■> ' '''"■'""'i ""O" 




'N YON 


rh^,!;:^^^^'^ c"^ thin q'l'' 'irirhl^rTg^r and 


Elf i'^?-l , 


but if tlicy wete strictly followed by sponsors and students an 
imptovemeiit in student organization would be realized. 


Vliiii III ( > 1 M 1} 


UV T. D.N, 


aito- magnificent slfugglinqs found 
Ihot ho had inadvertently opened 


can think op some pretty in^nu..,. 
tricks, can't they? WelUon'Ik.r. 


Twn .irls were iicenll ■ iniro 


TheyVe all gone now. It's 'JiT'^^^^'? 


Collegians, unyoked from burdcn.some obligations, have a fat 


V III II \t lid 


daced to (he Mjude Jones Hall code 


t^ WD"fo golng'to mUsHm afoJnd 


Upchurch. Thay doni Wo Caster 


heakliier attitude towaid cxtia-curricular aaivities. 




l^riielHls 


from' the dLrk eornsri of Tolge a 


Oil any belter than we humani 


™southeIw accent 


Speaking of Castor Oil, lunde; 
who read the Tatge Hall arliciel^- 








though) of as human, blow else can 




A "'■■"'■"'' ' ■"""^ "^'\ 




Dl'f'iS'Hr!: TX r 


Iho other ovaning. Everyone Inows 


X"'-«K-«7;tVek!Vk'£ 
some people jUst never loarn. see 


H?£z;;;S;^&'Ji"i;n' -''''""^"""•" ''"■■■«"' '-■ 


rhpmicfru PrnfpQcnr 1 ilfoc QnnL Pnllprtina 


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uiiciiiiduj nuicdjui 


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Oiepon Slale College. Then in June. 
!'>16, Oregon Stite College again 





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ACCENT ON . . . ^.™.-.^^..«^ 
. . . Collegedale Academy 




i^lfr- 1 




Copperheads Lead League 






R isclici Pia J s Foi 
loiiil Asseiiilily 



Premiere Awards Three First Prizes 



^if Pltulen Paint 






THE 



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SDOTHEliN H!SSiOtiARY GOUGE LIjI,. 



DEAN ADVISES EARLY RESERVATIONS 



NEWJNGLAND FIELD TRIP PLANNED 



JUVENILE DIVISION CHIEF SPEAKS 
STUDENTS PRESENT TRIAL IN CHAPEL 




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5 Seniors, 2 Juniors Honored 
By "Who^s Who' Assodation 






Voling 


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IjEMIS 


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I \ mil Li(t I 
Dm I V tr 



Tfeat PaCaiimetei /(cUed ta £<d^ ..„^„p 




Band, Orchestra, Soloists 
Perform for Collegians 



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Editorials 

for (lit fitsL timt; in many clays. The Russian beat has st;tmine 
Ij- prtvailtd against the oppre 



and tltfeclion, her limbs ripped asunder by the Russian gun^ -;i il i .,.r (.^lt 

and ranks which pounded her unmercifully, unceasingly. Her . : ■ ■ ■ 
sirtcisarcblorched with ihc blood of thousands of innoL-tni. ^ ' ' '"V,'o"h 

which you and 1 lake so matier-of-faaly. . j,,"' ;;,,',',;., ^'' ;'|,.,,,.^." '|„"" ^'^^^^^^ 

In today's Hungary there exists no such thing as the youth; .ducjti.m tiom thc^ Un.crsiiy o 
they were murderously swept from the face of the earth bylFJorid.i. 

solid walls of gunfire; they were drowned, shot, beaten, club- The wj.mih of the Souih hj 
bed, crushed, blown up, yet Still they fought desperately on, r'^"'' "> ""^P' ''"K" "Pf" ""■' 
knowing that if they failed, the Magyar race was doomed ''"'"■ '"'' ''"-T *"'-'^ '"''''^ ''""" 



ltd only witli relic pistols, farm tools 
slv (Ikv m:irdiLd unf.Urering onward, coutageou'slj '''Lt'^'^'I^'I'^'V^^J^'ij''^^™^ 
Y. hn\s awrniil a ,u.niij. i,f tanks. They fought like ho) 



Coach Cooper Combines Brawn and Brains 



Jrst fnrih in another dea 
be no one on earth can s 



A y\ ^" V ^Am d I Sit a.Kd Tt/ait? 

^t 'P<x^4ut^ "Period Suf^e^ted 



Oh dm dntsd h 



riiapcl riiinisliing Appeal 

h h bugohCpFnhn, 

N n f) C g h g 



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SOUTHBitf ACCENT 



A Letlcr 

'. III.' F'MiK. 



'N \ 

B, T. Dn. 



lying in U.,a of T.Ie. 1 
..»,, iht lira „pl,„,„o 

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Jo.n.ijhl M np . 



RO.MAVNE GODWIN 

Patty's Pajamas Peek 
Cat Goofed 



3 tlie mldnigl,t oil every nighl. 






BUTCH COGGIN 

Talge Terrifying Still 
Sky Falls on Third 












Five "Accent" Editors On Campus 






ACCENT ON 



. . Collegedale Academy 



iDaiiy Bar Manned 
By Jovial Jays 



an anicle for the school paper But will you be there on 

si^nily reminded of it? Do you always do your best, or do 
you do 3 half-hearted job jusc to ^ei ii done? 

Responsibility doesn't come overnight. Have you ever 
Slopped to consider what might happen if you have not 
cultivated responsibility by the time you leave school and go 
out to take a job? You might have some disappoimments! 

We all like to be thought well of. One way to have this 

daily those in charge of the program, will think more highly 



some of those who would like to he in both chorus and band. 

The new choral organisation meets on Friday evening 

and practices sacred pieces. This 

group will not sing for secular progj 



Girls Settle Down 
To the Routine of 
Dorm Life 

B, Joan- Warc. 



u^h,. r,nd loJ,cJdlu 



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tiodit 









CAN YOU IMAGINE? 
Professor Boynton with ; 



img a 



Professor Hoar as an all-star quarterback? 
Joel Gerhart as the president of the college? 
Eugene Oltnstcad as a Dodger fan? 
Regina Micklewright without a smile? 
Eddie Wheeler not whistling? 

Grace Spoone without a reply? 
Miss Atkins with blonde hair? 



Florida Campus Reports 
*'Trick-or-treaters" Move 



New Awuiug Gives 
Stox-e Face Lifting 



Boynlon Plans fo 
Stud. Ml <:iia|M I. 



rcJiJu,!;r'or^.h^'''l™p''w,"'h j Brooni Shop Of 1"r 
''■"Edth" Ai;inl'*'X';'r'An,hs, I Work For Slud.-n 



lunt of fact they 
student and face the 



s. This English entrance test shows what patticular 
iduals lack in certain phases of English and what they 
to develop and what classes are best suited to this 



Ok SMe e^mfru^ 



Radio Club Builds cn,^^ -i,. .„„ 
Transinillrr. TricsjSwpvMk 

For l-<:C l.irrn.rs ''^^^^^^C 



"pat S^t^-^t^t^ 



lirst Kdiloiial 
\MlirH >t.! iicd 






COPPERHEADS STILL LEAD, 
LEAGUE INTEREST WANING 

InikriKi.i »e.ihi-r u.raiirins of drizzle and f,c«zine 
Kmnmi««. ta-c tailed .he Iragm pl»y since ihelaii 
issue. Only a /ew games have been played, vviih leading 






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I jDeadlineNearforSoftSeats; 

»' jl 1 Parties Write,Sell, Eat 

y .urned in ,l,e l,,g.s, .o,.l »'"';»« -"r;^.^„,_,_ ^,,,^^_„ 




Profs Discuss, 
Campus Grows 



i ii' Five Attend SA Workshop Meetings 
on Ookwood College Compus 



' SMC Alumnus l;™. ,r"lt™'ie»S'i,.iS,"l,e" 
Serves On CME ]-«■ Jy '->"3'^X'H»tod' 
Yearbook Staff ',;„*,„' S;;-™, .Ji,V ,^ ' 









:do„^.^ll,,g,«p,tare„„, 
■ b, iht.t popeiir dousS'.e 



< I I Olli 

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Sara Brown Raises $50 02 
Many Raise ' iViinute Man" 

I I III! Mil I 

II 1 I I A 

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I Books \icriuiil 
l|itli(«(liih I l<l 



ft laC a Zaj( C 
7? cHif "ttc ^<Caii 







Sciiiinary in D.C. 



. ' il'n* lloiiiiiil.sm C.lcd 
„Alu.,dS.D\ As ImportaiU 

(Acp)-Ar, "lis""' p"'';;;;' 






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New SMC^akery Underway 

23 Admitted To '■'^""i'"' $460,000 Industry Started 

Honor Fellowship Local Church By College & King's Bakery 

^" 'Idmiinn.^ V Gets TV Programs 1 The tonstcuction of a bakery at Southtm Missionary Col. 



Art Teacher Flys 2,000 Miles 
Biweekly to Instruct Collegians 



SMC Officials ;:^ 

Kctivrn from Meet \ZZ 
(M'Sdiiliiciii Assn. '"'' 




Resolutions Disclosed Spring Workshop and 
Honor Society Proposed by Delegation at OC 



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Mttxp Cjrisitmas! 



52iss«s«»esa 



Editorials 



70&<f 719 TZeeefitioH? 



IThe Knows ir. The News [Readers Polled on 

I M^i!^ !^<,'.^i',T ."'n=«"',TZn"n I Accent Preferences 



■lucsime by ikc tampi 



'i(h some dtgm- of justice ihe -unasked" in MJH I V,,,,ed in p 
I, "Haven't the foJIo>.s any concept of raodetn dating f,„„d,|„p' 
s theit self-riapec.?-, bu, the Talsc-itcs wercn-, cn^ jUu™ C, 
thout ground to smnd on who said "A SS-IO date » .ha, » 



mwic 


wcru .«(.■ (1) su/ncient dales were 


Otcontr 


citd, and 


































or, in 


thct words, ihe pocket of ihe stude 


[. Dorm 


(ory dub 




programs arc [radidonal ways of r 
ny SDA college campuses. A good 


jsing cl 


l;'"wK 







icn done ac SMCi 

MC smdenr ossociacion docs not hog all ihe be 

selfuhly; ii uses them to a good end — that of 



,elpa 



onder if (he plan of alio 
Ihougl. 



Perhaps (he two most important rccommendatiorw adopt- 
ed ar ihc Oakwood workshop concerned the workshop iisel' 
It was accepted unanimously by [he various delegates to ha^ 
a local spring workshop on the individual campuses and t 
change die date of the regularly held workshop to the sprin| 

Generally speaking the local workshop would consist of 



Although it is granted t 



:ould not be aired. I 



sloution to have the 



I gain (lie needed counsel hefote hand, 
tw olfitcrs will not be without counsel from the 
i. Of the five delegates from each college one will 
.nicer with the host college designating the ofliccrs 

1 editors, two newspaper editors, and two repre- 

et equally important resolution is the honor soci- 
al. It was felt that there is a definite need on out 
foster and recognize superior scholarship. Out- 
.Tkcis. i^Ienied musicians, and local Star athletes 
^.vtii -.nme type of recognition; therefor. 



:cpted and legii 
ted to the college presidents i 



e people, unwillingly b 



Alumni Organize 
Local Cliapter 



And We Have 
Definitions, Too 



Ti^Tfic 'Wce^^ Sef<ne (^^ftUttttad. 



SOUTHI 



\CCENT 



BUTCH COGGIT 



MJH-ites Carol Men 
Hi-Fi's Occupy Guys 



ACCENT ON . . . .,„.,,..,.. 
. . . College dale Academy 



oihei da) 1 asked myjelf a qmicion, "Why arc people 



Discovoicd: Your _ 

Piizci P„s„>.i„„ beniors in the Spotlight 




30 New Courses Offered in 10 Depts. of ^^""^ Ec_ Building Border States Win in Soft Seat 



Instruction for Second Semester 



First on Slate 
In Ten Year Plai 



Campaign; Cash Votes - *I500 



National Backachcr's Com 

nave him a total of $1,533.99 in cash votes antl S26cJ 

pkilgiiti votia. 

Tht; Intleptntlent patty cantliilati:, Louis Wiltlman, . 
in S500 bchiniJ Waltiits with $1,036.78 in cash votia 
! pletlgi^ that amounted to SS'l-I.OO. 



Studenis Progress 
In Art Classes 



,,.,,,. , , . , , . 1 1 niioir Presented 

( lulls lidlil Saliirdiu Nidil >ii(ials, ;,„ T,.:„]i,|„mi 

Eatin". .''-v.immiii^. Ilikin:; ini'liKlrd |l,,li,li\ Mu i il< 




First Nine Weelis Honor Roll Listed with 
Students Varied Opinions of Grades 



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pr.lcd bj if«,> ir 
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'J^l^snmm 



Frosh Select Class Officers 
Don Culp Chosen President 







CHANTICLEER QUARTET WILL SING 
HERE IN LYCEUM SAT. NIGHT JAN. 26 

Being brought back by popular request, the Chantii;leers, 
highly acclaimed male quartet, will again sing for SMC's 

Famous for their excellent degree of quality in per/oim- 

11 Diard sings high tenet; Richatd Wright holds the ti 



Kenneth McGuire. 

ful fusion of four individual vo 

.upecb blend and richness of tone, they achieve t 






Alumn Orgai 
Local Chapte 



Orators Compete Here 
In Temperance Contest 
For $100 Scholarship 




SDA Church Service Is Held on TV 
Hyde Speaks on I Shall Return i 



President Dean Visit 
'i Flo rn SMC Interest 



lie t]bE Mjd Fees 
l«ii F ' Emci! on 



SEATING CAMPAIGN SUCCESSFUL 
SOFT SEATS BECOME REALITY 

A dream, the labor and toil of a campaign and a touch 
of beaun were realized in the new chapel seats when chapel 







Seminar Organized 
Bottsford Elected 
Plans Disclosed 




College Cabinets Expands to Twice Its Former Size 
Work Opportunity Provided for 12 More Students 



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Editorials 



Dc-af Sfudi-nt— Here follows a litde food for thought. | ^''^j' |,Vj!;ml'/^m^c°ut!l'lVMm^ 
We would like for you to think about our prop. -■-^- -'-'■ ■ 
talk about it, ihen arrive at jour own conclusions, 
will be published in the opinion poll of the nt 

IDEA— Is it feasible to suppose that the students oi 
Southern Missionary College could have a separate churti 
service from the community? Now that the chapel is cnlargw 
the problem of not enough room has vanished into thin ait 

Many of the members of your faculty favor such a moM- 
for ihcy feel that in a separate church service the sermons 
could be more on a collegiate level, and the speaker v^-oul(l 
not face the task of gearing a sermon to rwo groups^ 
colleges and academics have adopted this plan, and it appcai 

If you students want a separate service, we feel that thci 
will be such. If you do not want ii, of course there will nc 
b^ such a move. 

So — give us your opinion — we'd like lo hear it. 

k<M /lie. a S-V./l. /tt^Mf 




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ACCENT ON . . . — ^-- 
. . . Collegedale Academy 



24 STUDENTS Seniors in the Spotlight 

ADVANCE IN TYPING „ ^— ^ 

AND SHORTHAND 



Aet'i "Da Setter ;4tte'i. Sxawi 

° Girls Busy With 

par/(.l'ftr,\™lm*ttL"°lIrirc»Sr,Z,'L''M, parties & Pranks 3°»^'£~}S^^^^ 

(he fitsi ones some decided [hat [hey must make berier grades. 
but before long they were back in the same old pattern And J 
c six-week tests came around the second time, ihej 
woke up to the fact rhar they must do better. Still some 
went back to the old ways. 

tht alarm clock rings some people jump right up. But this 

but (hey still stay there. All of a sudden, they realise that 
T than they think and up they jump. 




w.i.h Yo., SENUTE 




,j^ ...„ ,.„..„..,;,; Eijlit Parties Giien ., ,H„r,f,„ii,, b=.,nn,n.or *, 

'f' ErBoCn ,Sij i',.',j .1 ' Departments Sat. Nigtil 'l°"r,lL'"J«. ''"'""'• ° " 



Unique Program Planned 
For Tonight by Legion 




Spiritual Emphasis Week Held Knowledge Hccuiwlales 



,W«,d«,nW>l 


SA WILL PRESENT 




CITY HIGH BAND 


ripo\h. Minne- 
ien>:c R.Rhlcout- 


Fcbmj'rJ' 2, "it will'b^* lhc''lhi^ti 

Bob LcBard. Hudcnt bind dim- 

einiialions, oflcn ai good as pro- 




mci 






T 



CrTY HIGH SCHOOL BAND PLAYS HERE 
TOMORROW NIGHT FOR SA BENEFIT 



Casavant Brings 
Marching Band, 
and Solo Units 

Th Ch n C H feh 



Dr. Fite Addresses Seniors 
Today During Presentation 




Fulbright Introduces Two Bills in Senate 
Allowing Educational Deductions 



Board Convenes for Pliysics Convention 

Annual D scuss on 



[WO bills, which I consider vital co [he developmen[ > 

ards of our coLimry. 

The firs[ bill would allnu 

an additional incomt [ax o^ ; ^i 

omp.ion for a [: _ 

pause, or a full-tini 

,[ an educational insiitutn.n 

exemption may be claimed b) 
ihe taxpayer himself, ot on ai- 



ORCHESTRA PLA'iS 



Sabbath School 
Takes Poll to Find 
Real Purpose 



po c of he Sabba I S t 

O I e 80 p e n 30 

pond d Ih r e p en 

' ■ houfi e pu po c 

S hod a o 

bou he B bic 







Chanticleers Give Program 



WATCH FOR 



^ea^ ^ 'f¥eant 



BAND - CHORUS ■ PLAYLETS 



Editorials 




ACCENT ON . . 
. . . Collegedale 

Art you imc of those people who are happy no maiier 
vvhai jou art doing, or are you like some that just aren't happy 

ir you ate in the lattct group, remember that you can be 

only try. Cultivate a happy atmosphere. One way to do this 
is to make others happy: If you make someone else happy, 
some of it will automatically rub off on you. If you have an 
unpleasant task to do. do it whole-heatiedly, think of the 
pleasant effects it will have on others when it is finished, and 
the job will go much faster and will be much easier. 

Also if you are unhappy, think of what it will do to othets. 
Can you be happy if there is someone around who always has 
a long face ot complains about everything.' No! And other 
people can"t be happy when you ate like that. 

Happiness comes not from doing what you like bin likinc 



Seniors in the Spotlight 



Kendall Speaks for 
Local ATS Chapte 



Undeihill Says 
More Edmiitio 

NlMil.-il for Sue- 






Perfect Records 
:New Arrivals . . 



boy.- (I hope!) 
o.'pMj'h., 



cnllj- painted J soft rfppl. 



ANNEX :;;;;:'", 

ANTICS S:r,SS 



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isl coupit of weeks line 








M«(oryoumiKht5iythty 




Ji!) Miybe our sleeping 










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a°"°it"ml° j'ftom'** rail"',' ' Aca(lcm\- VcspcFS 
.°;d"'to'i..m"„"±mi5. it Ciimmittcc MfCts 




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Board Approves Building of New 
Home Ec Housing, Elementary Sdiool 



Upsilon Delta Phi Banquet Features 
Southern Colonial Theme, Guest Artists 



A Spanish mossed, magnolia blossomed Old South 
place last night beginning at 7:30 a.m. in 



Music Dept. Gives 
March 2 Lyceum 




Gymnastic Troupe Takes First Trip; in "These Times" Magazine 
Madison College, Highland Are Hosts ■"t^^'''r°'':t^£^S^ 

The ficst tfip of the 1957 Southern Missionary t.nil^ti ' | " '''' ''/^^'llV'''"' I 'n'^'Vil ''' iV'i 

Gymnasium Troupe began with a performance at Madi.M.i " "."^^'"^^ . ^i'" .":",,' ", 

College on February 9. , i,. , , .. ,,; . ,.^i, |„. J^fipl,, on i HvJ.> .i.lmnni.l,, I 

Members o( the team ate: Bob Jobe, Tommie Thomas, | „„ ,„,j „, ,,„,„„„ ,„„ hi tnoi- 1 ...,1k ih.i ,...1 



; COLPORTEUR WEEK: 



Prof. Hoar Replai 



hi';tif;'S=vr„S Union Publishing Men Spend "isgins; laurihen, 

s* progresiive dive in which he ; KrOQStad Resigfl PoStS 

,/».,„ ™ „„„ Week on SMC Campus Feb. 22-27 



SStai'i" Sfn cS'TSI:, "lllniliistrial Irts Olitalns 
".X!' smPk''.,:",'' I'h" '"■; Equipmtnt Wnrtli $1,30 




Editorials 

W. .,.- of.c-n IOC b^,, ,o raogn™ >nd .pp.ccis.c som 
of the things we take far granted. Such can be said of our aiii 
lude toward the function of the Ushers' Club. As tve stop an< 
icficCT we can realize that they do a splendid job during ou 

always have a pleasant greeting at the door, and often g 
more than out of their way to seat us according to our whim; 

What do you say we respect their wishes, and not Icav 
them standing in the aisle when they show us lo a front scat 

Ushers' Club members— congratulations on a job well 
done. In the future we will try to make your work lighti 
by better co-oper.ition, 

allegia 

wc are a bit out of practice— we could not remcmDCt it it iv 
■'. . . one nation, under God, indivisible. . ." or ". , . one r 
tion, indivisible, under God." (It is the latter) True, t 
"under God" phrase has been inserted since we first learn 
ihe pledge in grade school, bui the fact that we haven't knoi 
i( all out lives seems to be a weak excuse for botching tl 
solemn declaration of loyalty. 

It is not funny when young adults cannot remember i 
pledge of allegiance to the flag of their own country. Perha 



TOe /i<^tee. ?4.'U.e. 



To the Editor 



tiuch Mudying took place rhat nleht. 



HITHER 'N YON 



with God. Although the 


che worshippers a closer rappor 

[)tm of the Sabbath morning wor 

n each we collectively seek divine 


fthere be those, who, beca 


se of their personal altitude or ex 


ncumbent upon them, thro 


ugh respect and consideration for 


Two groups contribu 

csponsibility in ihcit man 
and spirit. Bui more imp 

;roup conducting the servi 


e to the reverence {or lack of 
vices. The congregation have a 
er of participation, both in form 
rtant is the responsibility of the 

n jn organization of the desitec 

presentation. If a congtegaiioi 


react inordinately to a we 


1-planned, mature service, where 



rence? And if an adult, intelligent congtegatio 



FA , ">l><^. especijily when ypu t. 

orergn Accent .i,M,>L„mr.«.ubeh«.ieak!- 



lably in few other chi 
ihwhile sermons from 
unatc. However, the 






1 [his 



^ . Most will agiee ih: 

four hundred hymnals banging into their racks do nothing 
to enhance the first sentence of the prayer. Nor do children": 
sustained cries add anything to the beauty of a musical ren 
dition. The loud talk and the stamp of feet on the stair: 
from latecomers to evening worship at the Music Hall dc 
detract from the desired atmosphere. Have wc considered 
also the sacrilege of reading during the worship portion ol 














.. magic Cheer" wot 













ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



SENIORS IN THE SPOT LIGHT: 



BUCKEYE, BOOKWORM SENIORS FEATURED 



■y^out OU /lie. tfou "ReaUtf ? 

How old m you> We're sore yooll answer by givLng us 
eour ace in years. Scop and chink a minucc abooc chis. Really, 
yon ace only as old as yon. aetions cell you ace. Soraecimej 
Cone chronological age and yooc ■actioos age" ace noc ch. 



When one cisiches academy agi 
growing older. Buc on closer ol 
i( he is growing up\ Some acci~ 




ACCENT Reporter Gets Lowdown 



PERSONALITY SERIES; 



FRESHMEN COED IS ... ..<.!.-.... «.=.. ..v-mv^.. j^j Professor is Calm, Collected 

COLORFUL PERSON "il NightWOtchman's Report Unassumingly Wise and Dignified 
















The complLrc report of rhc nifiht 
Kii'i :>inil,r>.jr5: Light out ibovc 



m", i°'hi°"i'od^" """' 



Doctor Says 
Break the 
Coffee Break 






h^^r^'htrSTe^L-'to-TIhr': BOARD APPROVES i;*:r"Tl?"*' ^'p- 
ilfilnl'til??!?^ STAFF CHANGES!]:^ '"'''.ikJt^'FZi^B 









il:''€Jr{«'H'' t'''';'"'j'' Student Senate Plans for 
iH£f}£;,"!H™{--'' College Days April 14-16 



NATURE CLUB: 



Si.iir^f l!r,.;,kf;,.l S^thS ,tlr.ff°hl"Si 

Shllf.l I..1' Mm1-.Ii SlZJcETTOWOTKIliSol' 



DeMllle Says God s 
Law Is Not Out of date 









l0 $S(fKiVK«i\ ^ ^ --^ Second Basketl U R i I I n 1 i ay 
'^|1^»V(_-__J;^ _^ iHornctsRedIa k t k I I 




E\cl ange Student 
Speaks at ML Club 






Hon Fellow h p L t Includes 26 
f Tl d N ne Week Pe ^ 






°c"3 '» olri "tildn'/ 

Zoology Class to Make 
Florida Field Trip 






A Student 

(ACP)— Mirrme 






mjikii.: i.,uMm gqlilse use. 



"jsiCCgMT 



I Adeiphians Tour Wciiiger Givos Lvceum Satnite 

; With GymTroupe ^ ■■».;*.• i 

During Vacation Lccture Feotures U.S. Capital 

l-ht G n .»i . T,o.r» "J '1" — Cm.,nE to ibc SMC can,p,js thjs Sacurd., nij,!,. ,s Dr 

SJ"°d "nj S,T 'J'/"' f"St SMC Museum For Charte E Wen.gcr rcoonntd sptaker for civ.c sooal and 







^^5';™ "J Christ's Foreign Legion Sponsors 
tpM^I^.i.... . I, "Mission Weekend"; Baasch Speaks 






TURN TO PAGE 4, READ" ' "'^ **'"' 



Election Advice' 



Editorials 



ont would ihink we ptdcstrians would take the hint. How- 
ever, being slaves lo the hurr> habit we generally feel iiiv 
pellcd to lake the shortest distance between t^vo points, 



M of this grassy spot is good for— besides 
-if we may not tread on the grass to reach it. It 
r unnecessary if its purpose is not to support hu- 
. h is doubtful that the college donated it for an 
the scenery. 
Either the grounds department (i 
decorating the area with wires and signs) should cease trying 
to make us shoricuiicrs and bench siitcts feel like careless 
citizens, or the bench should be removed to a mote honorably 
accessible location. Even if the bench is removed, and with it 
che threat of its users to the grass, there will still remain the 
problem of eliminating ihe menace of shortcutters. Just how 
(his could be done more successfully than the present system 
of wire fences and signs, we don't know. We don't go for the 
solutions proposed by the South Dakota State College Board 

of Control members who w --■■- -'—- ^ ''"''" 

campus jaywalkers off the gi 

expounded Dave Christen! 




ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 




Canvassers, Bookkeepers, Secretary 



ind we've been foUov 



^-jvyf^ 



Casa Loma Plans Reception 
For All Academy Students 



'r"lV'''arieWp"h£be^ijMc 
lu7o"h;.X« ".°a,.j'iou"'h',J 


'■"'''irr 


T. 
P. 
R. 
On llu- Fla. Campus 



ifE. 


l'«i 


•iSi 


TSS.S 


'ZJ,°, of' 


,°i"™"l 



RICHARD F 




SA PREXY GIVES ELECTION ADVICE; 
LISTS CANDIDATES' QUALIFICATIONS 



"For" and "Against" Opinions Aired 
In Dividing Large ColJegedole Church 






and liumbk- candidates. April means spring c 



Shall we divide the Collegcdrilc I 
iblies? Wait, don-[ answer ■«-■ ..r 




r„n,,„,ls.,ry 

( hi-s.v. Vllcudccl 

\is (till. IN 




Ik'^cmimsEVil; i"i'itaL£. I Eiglilli (iradci-s Li-arn Sliopwork 
!iiI\St?bita';>"''byon"iEai'li W i-(lncs(la\ in lA Lab 



'■"'■ll'' 


lk'Il'ui"i.''i'!', 


E^j^rE^T^fB':"' 


ut^" 


Hi 


ijr"U^;|^?':rnH''::";i^ 




ERE PROBLEMS 


SOLVED (?) 


Beit Solution! 


Sril^IrS 


Suspcctedly linanced h, i i. .-r .,nv 


''Jl'olri'°'s'invi«tT. 


^ilcn'ofGcntrilDJl.itj 1 ■ m '|'^ '".IV' '^t^ 


NOS AlHtS. ARGENTINA. . 


°"""°'". »"-"" '" ' l.k.»*.-.Jr 


in 1 I,«!(l,y finjndii con- 

': 'Z.'\\:. S.II2 millmn). 


INSTRUMENTAL AND 
PRESENT VARIED LYC 

on Satu.djy nijtlit, M^reh 2 This 
WIS the eighth ptojj.jm of Ihc ly- 


fOKi STUDENTS 
UM PROGRAM 


u "IZidcnl is 10 


Pjuy Gilbc... 


,d„nni Mjnou. 


,„|,.„ .„d «il] have hv^c, 


VOCAL o^j,/^.,... ..,„. .,. "■-.■J; 


vrd^."lmTmnotJon 


,»STKUMH»„L. „„„;.,„, J|^|;.;;.,,^..... 


SiiSii 


™""-"T„, :.;::;;:;;;; ;r:: 


"SH5S:"5 


;;^— -;■ ■;/:■' ' ,,;;;: 


'mX^T E'TpciI*) 


»-'""''"~"' '-'u.'r;. _ . . . 


v™« Cu... . . Dim.. 


'"■''' '■'■'■ ' ' I., ,.„,. ^v.,„.. 


■The . . . strength of tliac 


vocAf.;. ■ ■ ""■^■''''"^' „;;;;;; 


day piMK a the guemlU 


INSTRUMIN.. ■ .... ^.■ il J;;,;^;;-; 


good muiic. 





E:i::LE"!C;l?.:"VCli[E£LIBRftlll 



"l\C€aNT 



Two Predentals get 
CME Acceptc 




Chattanooga Youth Orchestra 
Plays Here Tomorrow Night 






"Inside Red Russia" -- Travelogue dolbledosc 

By Russ Potter Coming Here April 6 ^«'' ^"i"" Motherhood r't?^ 

i I And Tests in Stride ' 



HighSthoolSeniorsI^ 

Notice 

■dall)inMicdi i ' t 

legeDajsonilKSM. 
ApnlKihiougl. N \ „ u 

id lolke. I.f^ ICC plan„Lil 
Student A»ou»i,on |.r.„ 
dLfit, John Gulp and Gord in 
Hjdc facult) cootdinacoc If 
jou phn to attend kindU 
iititcJolinColp.c/oSootliiii 
M.ss.onarj College and tJI 



Ingathering Begin 
Eorly This Year 




~» Th» Band Tours Carolina Academies, 
"SLZt Takes Scenic Trip to Mount Pisgah 



New Record Out Creamery Gets $10,000 in Equipment; 

By Band & Chorus »■.•<• i ■ i 

Production Speed Improved 



Ha^e v"" niisbcd the cra^h, clattet, and general noise issu- 
ing from the College Crearaei) at three o clock in the morn 
ing' Well, rrankl), I lia%en t eidier, sniec 1 m usual!} slciipmg 



It Fletcher Acaden 






Local Student Receives 
Merit Scholarship 



ipplaald Mr Htppic ; 



$4000 m Ads Sold 
By "Memories" Mgr. 



*\* - 



Feature Editorial: 



Letters to the Editor 



leant a people that the world pays no attention to us whatso 
;ver— as (hough we did not exist— Ah/ the tJay will cor 



watched and oui teachings are being examined. 

In all of this «c have nothing to fear except 
forget the way in which God has led us in the past. 



We have found that our doctrinal teachings can cndii 
ilic most crJtic-jl analysis and most thorough investigation. Oi 
most thoughtful and intelligent critics have been compclli 

have admonished us as a people to stay close to that source fi 
our inspiration and for stability. In them we can find assu 






™dT,t,T.ii'htt'I,;"dJ»pI'Ll7;Zl"';'Zc,^^^^^^ * Tyrant at Our Bock Door 



at worship, at work, and at play. They want to see what these 
fcmatkabk- teachings have done to us individually— to you 

What a challenge! What an opportunity! What a respon- 
sibility! 

Here in Southern Missionary College we arc, as it were, 
an exhibition, anti the people of Chauanooga arc watching, 
ringing tru. 



/ite ^&u "Sittitt^ 'D<MMt?" 







Living ill the Do 
Is . . . Fun 



„: \r.. I..9hm,, .ingm,, .,d 






:'£S 



Ti'hl-'r 


f jbjcct feir and 


Refl"dBr°s"D 
d.^niff. 


«l'. on 


'is^k 


.;tl' 


S 


'■iS 


f (he night. The 




1." .«. 


ctiorotely on ih 


ha letepho 


E- 




^^S 




v::^' 


dl helpfullret^ 


llf^ 


«d,i 




Ar"^FMT OM 




SENIORS IN THE SPOTLIGHT: 




. . . Collegedale Academy 


Doctors, Teachers, Musician 


^(fme See fli /ieaeleiuf, Veuff 

You may hear people say any day now, "Spring is jun 


IT'S A GIRL! 


onriunA'crto ^.idujlc ^I'iji."."' 


' " ' ' ■ '■ .;f^Sz"i3i 


around the corner." At Collegedale wc can beat that stare 
menc. Spring is already here! Oh, yes, we may lose ii for a fen 
days at a lime, hut that just makes us appreciate the warm sun 


lrJ!'lcd"'^u'''^dr'''Th"bn'''''imj'ci' 


Ifll'n'^v; 


"'•■ utiTZV 


laSHSs 


Spring at Collegedale means different things to differcn 


on Wcdncsdj), Mirth is! 


XOl^AWxm^-.Kr 


ii .1 I.NR-ivfll mating 


^^^^^^^^^^^^H 


people: picnics will be planned, baseball leagues are being 




cduC4ti0ti?n'(i'i.. ,.": " I. ..i. . 


1 1 ■-. i;. . im'ii'hI'""'"'''^'''"*' 


^^^^^I^^^B^H 


formed, teachers «ill be plagued by the sound of lawn mow 


appcj'r'jnce" 1010^X5" "votld^' Sho 


Chini. went m Auslrjlun Mission 


Ht 11.1. Ktii ,1 vcrr aitivcmciiv 


^^^^^^^^^^nai 












to attend, spring vacation is over (alas), and thoughrs o 
graduation occupy what little minds the seniors have leftl 


hluc c)ed b% giffs pjpi lojl min) 




rritiSiii^TitS' 


I^ET^^M 


College Day and Academy Day plans ate undenvay, and 










you have probably already been invited to attend these func 


hi! h.bv dmskc 


^■B|k 


DAVID MESSINGER 


I^WS^ ?^^^ 


tions on April 14-16. We extend a special welcome to all 10th 










and 1 1 ih grade students in Georgia Cumberland and Alabama 


Wc arc all proud ol our rcw sii- 


^r^^M 


«t ",. t!i["iondUnv..'i. ri-.K-^d' 


^t w 


Mississippi and invite you to come to Collegedale and witness 
(he beauties of the campus. It looks best in the spring. Come 
for College and Academy Days — and we predict that you wi! 


ifi' wiFf '" ''''°'' "'™' 


2 

Alice Uh 
u-oiked in the broorruhop 2'/, yciti. 


|,.«:= ^-v^ 








Annex Antics 


Strange Things Take 
Place in Amici Hall 


ll.°. Joh'n ihrb.'"on"uli, Wlli 
aueniog for our ocatJemv ladioi 


^x:r'':'^r'%^T^^ 


ifSMl 


l95.l-)^'' he w« m«idcnl°^ (he P'""- 


standing in Ihe washing machinB 

something on u! they are badly 

males and (out lomolBS. How kboul 

Spring vacation. She has teen in 
la'albnTI helptd'''he"r. " "'"' 


mg'^ofTsmall pine boTgb and put- 


way share ffio ipirit of loyoily th«' 


djy rcich hct fiMi of bcTimi, . 




!F5h!rih5''"'^^^" 


cMhe'clTa LmV^BVy" Club.''""" 


Drive Teachers 






ffl 


; :";'-:.;"«c;''s 


Crazy; Here's Ho^i 


;■•• ■ ■■•■•-■'■•■ :^' 




».,, p„f„»5,l^.i.- ,;. :i^ 


la,,,'.''*""" "^''"^ 7 










"""",--"-- 






"I,;;; , „ /"v 


':', ' "'rr'i'' '' i"'-'" '■ '"■' 1 'i'' ' ■ ' '■■!■■■ ■ '■"''■■ m'i'i h'mi'" 


DOIlOTliV DVE 




(Jan.pu» ^]^ 




T. 

K. 
On llic I'la. 




Q 


^^^^^^ti£^X^ 


*x*H?£rr''';!::':; 


' xilcr Rooms, Warmer Undies May 


^E- 


'^£pZMV'S:tZ\ZT.Vr'."lT^,^^iZlt^t 


''d,'"""'"! ",'"„, 


i'l V nls (olds Sa\s "Life and Health" 




pMi':',";'u"V-4°Mr9'.»'StTj:;:;zi"(o;v;r! 


Efv, .1 'v 




..'ihlT.CprznS 


^^ 


^s^zH^^hij ^iiiiiz"!' rzz' 


?.?'rd,bL'>i'i'r"t' Uul'Thiisiu 


'Zu""" ■ 


■ ':''':T"';5Hl'!i ^•'■^'"" 


T!:^Isi$r^£';Sc^i:'i^'i:I':^z\i^'5. 


Kd .„ old" J)'rf Jtlrmid 


*i^3£S,^ 


''ii. ''r'n- i!"u'.-."''i7Vh7". 'lu,'"' 7"|I" 


bEffErt£;HinH^6nSt 


■■^£"''1 :"""'"""'''' 


'I'.'":' "':'*'■;";: ; . 


!!'.'m'^' imJ ourai'!o"ul''irbr'iulh^ 


;in'I'';l!^S„To;Sz, 


Two young lodia; who recently viiifed the Collegedale campus 


S™l„Ml ,. :, ■.■'■■ ^^ 


..rikHly 


"' '>""o'.'l'.r homu, ho J.o, 


LS"' '''""■ '"' ''" ° """ 


vo^tsi^^^iS^M^^^i^^^^ 


to"',h:;v, : ,„,, i-.'-t".. 




°phU"."p''o'.u'o''.r"No'fc 


,dr'ram;Si''r°;'^i'u',u';d: 


man (Slnh .""k""' tal for ad" atharmy 


i5;£l;r,H^ 


' ' rSHiiE 


porrpirlog ' f-ooly," whothor i rl,. • .' ,..:.'.!.!! 


"''°Thr,7ud«nt°faTulty'a.'io'ctho',^ 


^ ,k.,l.n=, rt.W, 
onl-. a7 cXgedflle fo v°.t hero' 


'"'''{H':S:::;}E 




liiP^ipli 



HMPT, WILSON, CASE, MtlUM ELECTED 




"-ACCENT 



Academy & High School Seniors 
Briefly Observe College Life 



Nagel Brings Picture Travelogue 

ue Danube" Sat. Night 



Cunis Nagcl will present chc colorful travelogue 
Beautiful Blue Danube" in the Collegciialc Autliiorii 
rVptil 20 at 8 p. m. 




THE FIGHTING lAOY 
Last SA Benefit of Year 



Tonight's Program 
SMC Promotional Film Is Underway, Features South 
Actors Theme Format, Revealed 



Dr HcHeriir Actcpts 
Nuclear Radiation Work 



Editorial: 



ifL going to enjoy having 
louc our campus survey ^ 
ming opinions [hat will cffc. 
urc education. Although [he c 
[o your /u[ure may no[ seen very imp. 
s one thai may change the 
hfe. Pc-rhaps you have looked forward lo [his lime that you 
would spend with us or maybe you dreaded the thought of 
coming here. Whatever your previous concept was, we hope 
tha[ as you make yourselves at home with us now, you will 
not be disappoin[ed in our school. 

We at SMC ate only human beings such as you. (At least 
we try [o be even iliough [hei 



IndLtd. our physical plant does not rank among 
the mos[ exclusive colleges. We cannot provide you a pr'— 
in which to stay. Nor can we place before you [he "it"-i 
modern facilities that some educational institutions have. ; 1 Hb 
But our school was not founded to be a place of lu; . 
leisure. Our school cannot be judged by ^he looks of thi 
outward ihingi 
of secondary importani 
Can [he real reasor 
like the blueprints of a building? We thinl 




ACCENT ON . . . 

. . . Collegedale Academy 



SPOTLIGHT 



8tli Graders Visit 


Amici Adventures 


For Academy Day 


Prelude to Success 

Cy GtNl KfcNP,\LL 


Rccisltaiion for Ac-idcmy Div, 




,uJj '.\/^^^^'>\l" '^;^^^2 






and their lovely daughter who 


of Coll'S^^''^ Acidcm)- Focum. 










-ell Mri. Kilgore is lept busy 






completed, and while ihej' jre uiit 


to ^l°ch oLr^' ^" '*", 1^*1*'' 


testing film >vil[ be jhown in (he 


or parhaps in futile efforts to 


Fine An$ chiipel. 


swallow har pacifier. 


I„ti,-n.ie>v( ,vith academy k-nchcii 


A'lo' April Fools Day wo jusl 


icmttimo during ihc diy. The ncw- 


to tot"Aprir2^go°bywllhL't"s''omo 










'hQtl'peTiod 1^ ^ct'L'^iT^rcl wh^l 


c°.;«toZw£l^it^^^^^ 


in CollegcJjIc Acjdemy. 






umniit.'and Tommy Moilert^Dwigl^t 




Hildobranl wbs on ihe wuy whan 


Special Chapel Plonned 


party. 


For Today ot 3 P.M. 


?og"c?mVngtnthSdronour 




campus. Among thom wore Free- 






Sw Hrir;p™°Ld" ,i; a S" 


v'l'7'soli;''.hM"r,.inTd"'o";;;; 


ulJ°&,'^"t^^M^i"d^PtaL 


after yco vara brave enough to 


W B. Hisfiins, »poi»or 


Wth 


Jk™rJ"'lho pi.Vo'1'm'.o 


«n Incre^In^dlffTcllI^ in'paying 


>PS°Lmt,f ""'' """"" '"'' 


1' ■B''£iJ'EH"n liS'Jii" 




iltuilralion in physics clasi and 


'^r°5'°"T"".'''''''i"''j 


E£4t!{"'i'die''°''ilE; 


S;:L ','.,' 1.', ,1. ^m.lne 


roighbor* 




:xS:HS''H£ 


cijr'r wiirprLr-ln"" Lm" 


dS' 'fbw' an "underctrnt'of 


"'i,r"!„?°"d™„- .ill i.,n 


lerlau's effort to do a really good 
iob of gatting the bait education 


rogsi . 






[ffJjo.TiEJFr'hof: 


.^^"!!l"™rL. 








no room for dlicouragement. po 


"■""■" - "■* " 


oom for rollore, a spirif which will 






DOROTHY DYE ^^^^ 


T. S^'^ 


P. m^ 


R. .^^■jfc. 


On llu' Kla. Campus ^^^| ' 


to J'Lrdrh-m'ffn"ii™i„!,ii^ii'Lt"!;;"™td'ri°'d'°.rd ' 


rkr!x.rptf,74°7"l'^roi".'~L° z',7X"' =°' "I'ilr"' 


flmailng! Spring weather males ih purchase eson more diflicult be- 


cause of that deadly malady ■'spring fever. " EvetYono egreei that the 


f^lu're "F°req°.Vr,t°s.t™'th.' ate Mp°ie 'allel'e'lhTre'r prog'.,"™" J 






.yes tee .,« q.ile seasiti.e to light gr.ee, aed other brlltanl colors . 


^.re',a™a™'h'rortt.'etod° occ''.'sion°.% b,°"'oollng ..phyrcontoa =' 


iff.ciriTthVdL"?L*tte'bL°'r.'\hTniS!^Ti™rihi ' 


sTb";,s°\rxt°h.rrr, '°.c.';° diMy' -* '"■.«'','"". " 


"°,''lifd™sT bte'ibo'.Td,'Vhr°o"h.'r's° Ir'ere*"",' Zl'- ' 


X,io'^°ri!.',''April7re"*2'."o'n tir.'rioTgTe'l'e'cd'k a', £ » 




stadenis era also looking forsvard lo visiling the Collegedale cempus ^ 


soon to gel ...y from it all. 




SIX ACADEMY SENIOR CLASSES f"'/.^""^..,. baseball season starts on 

REPORT YEARNS ACTIVITIES 



Converted Softball Field 

Softball bais and balls have been stored awaj- at SMC 



COLLEGEDALE 





S011THEffiH,ES!fl!!MG0LlK£U3RW 



SA Presents Suhrie Bust to College 



Walters Reveals 
New Teachers 



Forl957-53Term 



Chemistry Class 
Visits DuPont 
Nylon Plant 




educational consuUam of Southern Mh: 
s prtsi;ntt;ti Monday to the ,-olku. ht tht 
l.Dt. Suhrie, who servt J s\tl .i..r..iu .r- 



Missioiiar) 
(:„l,.ifnl V 


Gives 

cspors 


jtEI:^: 




th™L°f°*n'lk''> 


irtscnlcd. ivitli 



Hallotk's-Athabaska Country" ^f'^' "and Featured This Sat Nite, 
_,,.,, ' Shatzkin and LeBard to Solo 

Comiing Here Sat. ma may 1 1 



UTS PRIZE WINNER 
WATKINS SUTEO FOB 
NJTIONU CONTEST 



Scott, Walters, Wilcox, Pendleton 

Elected Editors and Business 

Managers of Accent, Memoriesj^Mc iion.eco>m„t 




.SL .tei'e .n"p',™nt.j I Rodlo Club AnHOUHces Amateur Radio licensees; 
.";l''°°„\l'H;'";f Bible School Enrollment Cards Sent to Others Hams 



Editorial: 



which rtsulted in ihc elevation of the college's spiric. 

(he effectiveness of the Student Association and the poten- 
tialities of student-faculty cooperation. The possibilities of 
this relationship are unlimited at Southern Missionary Col- 
lege. 



Jla'iy "J^ave &td ScM£^ 

Bcncfii progtarm have alwajs seemed to be a noccssiiy 
around our academy or college. Too many bencliis prove 
CO become a burden, buc we believe ibai Sou.hctn Missionary 
College has done a good job in finding ,he happy medmm 
between paid programs and those that may be attended tree. 

Inch clubs in ouVcoTlegesj'ibat they rightfully onghc to 

)ve would mean that the SA would have to gi 



. ^ett&u t<x t^ ^fltow . 



pocdi of Talgc citcry Saturdij- niphi 



now being applied lo tht 

^To bcntfiis, but it wouldn't hurt us to lighten 
it. Such legislation. 






. growing, expanding co leg< 
amplishmcnis and example ol 

fhrconttibuiions'Vo Southern Missionary College of the 

!" ' ■' '""! . ..' ''' '\'"-\ ■ • ..ii.T'-- to Southern 

, I, , , , , . . . ...liege, is often 

ThL seiviif nn.jwis lie uiiiiirliicik whik- at SMC were 

ic that we can still enjoy today was orgiini:tation of the 
euf student association. This work was the expression 
his f,.i.h in. and love for students and the result of hi 
M, 11,111 that" Students learn by doing, by fulfilling Icadei 



li, Dr. ;,iilirie, a nun s^ In. sum\ head and shoulders above 
his fellows [uofesiionally, and was a thoroughly educated 
Christian gentleman, we are profoundly grateful— graw I ' 
for his sense of professional ethics which was without a pe» 
s presence here which insp. - ' '■ 



THE 

FOREIGN ACCENT 

By Stanlli- Showalter 






a higher plan of endeavo. 







pb«, :mdcounl«ploM. Prime "■ 









HITHER 'N YON 






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Dorm Has Peace 
Roummatcs - Indispensable 



,b,5°f TE°woerd'brfd'.".d(ui° dXdi™ w»"''°ii Ifi '■■"" '""'"' 

wait. 'norTOo"wr^l— bLjt mByb8"solly''^Bond°s'' rMmmo7e* NelTi 
Heddon, can. From the loots of a new watch on her right wtlit. 







.edge I thi.t |M.i. luce 



BUTCH COGGIN 

WKLH Broadcasts 
Study Won't Hnrt 



when hi, hot.lo-,o MO Ch... cac,ht on lira. 11 ,o happened that 
le'ew'u™a"d thln°"ol"hol Zd bJIL'.d W.J'T,! IhL .'aL.d 

h°a' p.«ad"tn^rbC lhTn(!iao"'oot!V"r*lH'.™!| °' 

irs a mattar of da,, no. until all -ill b, o.e, |Hu,r.,l| and (h, 
:Z il'X'I a';,"?ein9"'t*"ed°a?bhnU; S'.'lh^i.^d 'otS', 

the niallar. don t you betieva me? Yea, Ihay hove -em), t^any there be 
who are lerlly dreaming about something they cell a lerrn or research 



College Day Guests Tell What 
|They Enioyed Most About Visit 



ACCENT ON . . . 

. , . Collegedale Academy 



tju, „( ,1,0 s.ill darkn... of night comes the dear, mdodic 

my.^hi'rdic. birdii^*. birdie- at 9:30 p.m. This "red bird" of 
Collegtclak valley fiits through white- flowered dogwood, 
shady groen dms. and sim-ly pines filling us anew with life 
and energy. 

(o -whip-poor.will, whip poor Will." 

anything which tries, will afford many hours of pleasure if 

Old Father Sun with his dancing, merry ways spells 
S.PR-I-N-G lo cveryotic. Tulips nodding to and fro say 
"thank you" to his life-inducing rays. The sweet fragrance of 






sky. 



3eneath all this is the verdant grass, which spreads itself 

This is Collegedale today during the "best" season of the 
year. 

Carol Ann Meyei 



CA Has Surprise 
Picnic in Quarry 



Seniors Sawyer, 
Silver, Smith, 
Sketched Today 












DOROTHY DYE 



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Oil llir ria. Canipu 






Weal of Proyo. (o. all tho .fudcnf. began Apnl 22.^A patsonM 



Printing Class i seniors in the spotlight 

Visits Loral i^ Businessmen, Biology Major Pictured 

Printing Firms 



done by phutogrjphy 









CEcdile Academy, ihc has been 
irciident of the Birli chorus, uiis. 

Judy pbn^ to m:.jor in dementary 
cducJlion, inJ is dlrudv prcparinc 
for thij »orfc by collKling ii...(erijU 


wiy pist the offset depjtimcol 
Dwighl left us lempor«ily lo lilk 
shop with the lind of Ihat depail- 

al the College Pros. 


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rolhj..uijy Spiiii Chnstensen Presents 
I Hie,*- IS Paper to Sot ety 






College Seniors Enjoy Annual Outing at SDA's Here's Advice for Friendly, Jovial Professor 
Camp Cumby-Gay in Georgia Mountains '^™*'' ^'"'^^- Seems Like Old Friend 






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mtho'lrom",ri™o'Sr.Tp "li',''' TypC Exllihlt 

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MK.MMus r, . . v. "A" Wet" Memories Staff Holds 

Girls Softball Teams Organized pMC ll„me(oming ^'"*'' ** ^■""'"■.r"'""'""" ' """* 

Dodgerettes Lead Three Teams n-, ;.i;" n:,., ,„„,,„_.,, «■„. ,,,„ o.r „( .he „p,n,„„_ ,h,,r ,i.,i yi-, - 





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Graduation 
Present Advice 
49 Senior Students 



Speakers ^ g>^^^ ^^ g.^^^ ^^Jp 5„rfg„j|gf5 Qpygj fg ^j^pj 
S. M. C. 




Editorial: 

great. Ic's been fun." Some ihings we must admii; we goi 
just whai we looked for— we learned only what we studied 
we achieved only what we attempted. 

He who looked for the good, he who made and not 
waited for the breaks, he who put hjs whole self into college 
hfc-goi what he came foe. 

So many things go together lo make a successful, en- 
joyable college year. 

rbe classes: Some we took because we wanted to, otheis 
because they wcte required. We griped about their re- 
quited assignments, sometimes crammed fot them; but got, 
if we applied ourselves, something out of them all. 

The social occasions: No doubt about it— you gals looked 
super on Saturday nights. You guys who debated so long 
before asking for that date, aren't you glad you finally did? 

Our teachers: We appreciate your hard work, your sin- 
cerity, your devotion. We learned from you in the class- 

lives,'and transplanted to othets till the end of time. 

The sports: Many of us enjoyed the diversion of the ball 
games whether as participants or spcaators. Ball field and 
gymnasium: you've seen a lot of some of us, haven t you. 

Our friends: We find it hardest to say good-bye to you. 
We'll sec you again someday, though; if not in this world, in 
the earth made new. 

The Sisbbalh meeliiigs: We will long remember those 
vesper services. Remcmher the night you stood up to show 
that yiju wanted to follow Christ all the way? It was an 
important decision, and it made you feel good all over. 

so called little things that are actually pretty big when you 
thumb through the Southern Memnries and notice them men- 
tioned by your varioUs classmates. 
■Remember nature outing." 
■•Enjoyed working on the paper with you.' 
"The lime when we surprised Betty with a birthday 
party." 

■How wc did slave sweeping the Ad. Building together! 
■Remember those outdoor prayer bands." 
"Y\\ never forget how you used to pass out the mail and 
blink lights." 

"Those surprise quiz^tes in hisioty." 
'•Remember the night we short-sheeted your roommate." 
"I enjoyed our Sabbath afternoon walks, and going tt 
Sunshine Band." 

Some of those little notes are signed, "'See you next yeat 

Others who signed those notes wc may not sec fot years 

When we look back, college life takes on a real meaning 

doesn't it? Some ihings we would have done differently, bu 

Wc ate sorrj' to sec some go, but are proud of ou 



HITHER 'N YON 



Plans for Summer 
Revealed by 
Pupils 







PATSY SCOTT 



Memories are Made , . . 
of College Dorm Life 





















Bci 



of 1957. 



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nigVit (not Bveryfaody paid her duel?) . 








3oplo LP at odd hours 



lifly clolhi 



closeness during our wolU offer Friday night vesperi . , .the i 
ran^je of the leys as the monitor wbIU the holls dur.ng the v 




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Earn Pins, Honors 


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Final Liiiulicon 



ACCENT ON . . . is, ,v,<i M ii..n„r; JFjnal Seniors Interviewed 

. . . Collegedale Academy ^';"'"' """"';';''„ Before They Graduate 



rad,j.,mE this spring: Up Final Aclivites ; 

„„ s do noi .all) sign.ly .he end of 

,i,;n„* bui ra.he. a bcginninD of dillcreni things. Tlicy mark , 
,Sc and »f "eonda.y aducion but opens .o oSe .ha field of '• 



anoibe. school year for them, but it 



Five Seniors Have Only One Week 
Left III A( adcmy School Year 




Methods Class 0p,fi4yUeuUtU^ ^ 7<^on4, <U S 7K& 
Visits School in 




Picnickers Tell of Krogstad Presents Final Concert 
W fS Sens "^"'9 *" S«C Bands and Solo.sts 



Dasowakito Serves Buffet Supper 
i'^K;;"'.!,**™ To Music Faculty and Guest 



of woo/"?ifh11y lIllcJ lo^cllic 



Ufiun bf our club picsrdcnl Pilty 






:»ll, .fI>o .he budjo 



iiom ro [ of Piiiy Invin Mpecidly liked Ihl 



Future Plans of 1957 Seniors 







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