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  • SU MMER SESS I O N B U L LET I N

    SCH OOL CALEN DAR

    SUMMER SESS I Oi'J-1 9 5 6

    [{egisrral inn beg'illK : 1)0 :Llll. Cla"geK bpgi n I: 11I a.m." Independence Day. a holiday .... I.'i rsr. Tel'lll ends" ... Sel'oud Term " Iase" begin 7: 111 a.m.

    ".\[onday . .J UIlP 11 "" ..... Tue8uay . .I nne 12

    .. .... Wednesday . .July 4 ...Frirlay, .luly I:l

    . "" .. fonday, July 16 Summer Se"Kion "loKPs ... .. ...... " .......... I'riday, Au?;ns-l 17

    F I RST SEMESTER

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    Registralioll and Fre:,hlllall DaY8 .. ... llollday. Classes begin 7: riO a.m ............... . .\[idSemestel'. .... .................. . . Tllanksg-iving HeceK" be.ginK 12:20 [I.m .......... .. . . Thanksgiving Hece:-:.:-; end 7:SIl a.Il1.. Chl'i:-;lJna Hpl'ess hegjn .- : Ol rl.lll ..

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    Sept. LO . [riday, Sept. 14 " . .Y[nnday. Septem bel' 17 ..Sa-turrlay. C\"o\"embpr 10

    . \\ednE',rlny. o\,pmbel' :!l . . . . ... [onday, ?\oYelHhel' (i

    . \\ edlle"day. De"embel' 19

    Christmas [(el'e"" f'lldK , : ,,0 '1.111. . ...... ..... . _ _ _ . .. Thul':Hl ay . .January :J Semesl('l' ends ........... .

    SECO N D SEMESTER

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  • 2 PACIFIC LUT H ERAN COLLEGE

    SUMMER STUDIES FOR . . .

    T h ose d e si ring special studi e s in Liberal Arts.

    Teac h ers "'ho \\"ish to meet leq\lirl' I1lenL for and/or leltification a(jmini5tl"ati\"{ "rec!entiab or wllo (1 sire adrlitional training (or promo lion and elr improvement.

    Graduates \\'orking- toward an advanr'ed clel!rep. !\Iasler or Art.s in lerlllcation or Ilal"ltelor or Eclu:"ltioll.

    Undergraduates working toward a Ua " helor 01" AJ"l.s c1egrpe or a Dachelor or Art:; in Crlnl"ation degree.

    Entering Fresh m e n who clesit'e to initiat.e their ('ollegp careers.

    School Administrators see kin g pradkal C()llreS \\"hkh ,,-ill aid lhem in lheir specializecl lasks.

    Administrative and Other Officers

    Presidenl Dean of I he ColleyI' Business M anayer Heyislmr __

    _

    Dean of A'I en Dean of Women DireCior of Teacher Educalion /lClin!} Librarian __ Direclor of Puhlic Relalions __ _ Direclor of Alhletics __ Director of Music __ Director of Nursing Dir ctor of Foods

    s C. EASTVOLD PHILIP E. HAUGE

    _ S o C. EASTVOLO _ ______ PHILIP E. HAUGE

    __ LESLIE O. EKL UNO MARGARET O. WICKSTROM

    ANNA MARN NIELSEN FRANK HAMIL TON HALEY

    ROY E. OLSON MAR VEL K. HARSHMAN

    ___ __ KARL E. WEISS ELINE KRAABE!. MORKEN

    FLORENCE QUAST

  • SUMMER SESSION BULLETIN 3

    VISITING FACULTY

    ERMA COFFMAN BLETHEN Education B.A., College of Puget Sound, 1927; M.A., Ohio State University, 1929; graduate work (part-time), New York School of Social Work, Columbia Universiy, 1930-1940 Cirector of Elementary School (ou.lscling, Tacoma Public Schools.

    TRYGVE I. BLiX Education B.A., Washington State College, 1935 M.A-, Washington State College, 1944. Principal, Bok.er Junior High School, Tacoma.

    EVELYN BUCKLEY Education B.A., 1944; M.Ed., Universiy of Washington, 1955. Educational Psychologist, Shoreline Public Schools, Seattle.

    MORRIS EVERETT FORD Education B.A., College of Pugel Sound, 1932; graduate work, ibid, 1933-34, 1937-38, 1938-39. Superintendent, Franklin Pierce School District, TeeDlno.

    HAROLD F. GRAY Education B.A., Pacific Lutheran College, 1944; B.Ed., College of Puget Sound, 1946; M.A-, College of Puget Sound, 1950. Principal, Clover Park High School, Tacoma.

    DORIS V. HU8NER Education B_S., Illinois State Normal University, 1928; M.A., Northwestern University, 1934; Ed.D., Co!orodo State College of Educotjon, 1944. Department of Education, Montana State College.

    MELVIN SEVERIN MONSON Education B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1928; M.A., Northwestern University, 1934; Ed.D., Colorado State College of Education, 1944. Associate Professor of Education, Montana State College.

    BERTRUM O. MYHRE Education B.A., Pacific Lutheran College, 1945; B.S., University of Washington, 1941, M.Ed., Col lege of Puget Sound, 1952. Principal, Washington Elementary SchooL Tacoma.

    ANNE E. ORLUCK Education B,A., University of /ashingtotl, 1952; M,A., University of Washington, 1954. Worrf:'n Avenue Elementary Scoal, Seattle.

    IRMA L. PAINE Art B.A., University of Washington, 1945; M.E., Western Washington College of Education, 1953. Diroctar of Art, Tacoma Public Schools.

    HELEN POLL.,ARD Education B.A., Eastern Washington College of Education: B.Ed., University of Washington. Consultant, Seattle Public Schools.

    DOROTHY THORDARSON Education B.S., Oregon State College of Education; B.A., University of Oregon; graduate work, University of Califarnia. Curriculum Coordinator, Highline School District, Sea!!le.

    KATHERYN E. WHITE Education B.A., Western Washington College of Education, 1942; M.A., Teachers College, Colum-bia University. Head Teacher, Burien Heights Elementary School, Highline School District.

  • 4 P A C I FIC LUT H E R A N COLLE G E

    R E GULA R FACULTY

    ELVIN M. AKRE, B.A., MA HERBERT M. AXFORD, B.Co01m., M.Com. GRACE ELEANOR BLOMQUIST, B.A., M.A. VERNON C. CARLSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ELLEN K. CHRISTENSEN, B.A., M.A. OSCAR R. DIZMANG, B.S., M.A. LESLIE O. EKLUND, B.S., M.A. STANLEY D. ELBERSON, B.A., B.Ed . . JON MEYER ERICSON, B.A. in Ed., M.A. DONALD R. FARMER, B.S., Ph.D. CARL G. FAU LK, B.S. GORDON O. GILBERTSON, B.A., M.M. ARNOLD J. HAGEN, B.A., M.Ed., D.Ed. MARVEL KEITH HARSHMAN, B.A. LUCILLE M. JOHNSON, B.A., M.A. OL".F M. JORDAHL, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. THEODORE O. H. KARL, B.A., M.A. RA YMOND A. KLOPSCH, B.S., M.A. ERIC C. KNORR, C.T., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ANNE E. KNUDSON, B.A., M.A. JOHN G. KUETHE, A.B., B.D., S.T.M. HAROLD J. LERAAS, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., D.D.S. OTTILIE E. LITTLE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. FREDERICK E. LUDTKE, B.Ed., M.S. in Ed. EUGENE A. MAIER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. GuNNAR J. MALMIN, B.A., B.M., M.Mus. ELINE KRAABEL MORKEN, B.A., R.N. ANN CAROLYN NELSON, B.A., M A. FREDERICK L. NEWNHAM, L.R.A.M. ANNA MARN NIELSEN, B.A., M.A. MAGNUS NODTVEDT, B.A., A.M., Th.B., Th.M., Ph.D. ERIC NORD HOLM, B.A. ROBERT C. OLSEN, B.S., Ph.D. BURTON T. OSTENSON, B.A., M.S., PhD. JESSE P. PFLUEGER, B.A., B.S., ('T., D.D. HERBERT R. RANSON, B.A., MA, Ph.D. KELMER N. ROE, B.A., B.Th. M.Th . .... GEORGE ROSKOS, BA. Art Ed., M.A. JOSEPH E. RI'JNNING, B.A., M.A. H. MARK SALZMAN, B.A., M.A. WALTER C. SCHNACKENBERG, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. THEODORE J. SJODING, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. KRISTEN B. SOLBERG, B.A., Ed.M., Ed.D. ANTHONY STAMPOLlS, A.B., M.PA" Ph.D. WILLIAM L. STRUN/

  • SU M MER SESSION BU LLE TIN 5

    SPECIAL F:EATURES READING CLINICS

    Ixperien('ed t.eaeher are looking 1'01' pral'tical courses during the ,mm mel' se8sions. They want something thal can be used tlireetly in the ('[ass room. It has been the polky at Pacific Lu'lheran College 'to make the ('olllplete program of this nat.llre. Two ('t)llrties are being adeled tlIis sum mel' tlme should be of ll>ll'tit-ular vallie to the teacher" w ihing to help iu Lhe teaching of l'padingto the ,:hilcl who ha.s had difl'il'ult.y. The"e course" are:

    Educ. 469-Directed Teaching in Reading Centers Four hours lliret'ted observation anrl teaching ill summer relnedial "Iass

  • PACI FIC LUTHERAN C OLLEGE

    CHILDREN'S T HEA TRE W OR

  • SUMMER SESSI ON BU LLE TI N 7

    GENERAL INFORMATION L OCA TI ON

    Pacifit: Lu t her an Colleglc', the only Lutheran senior college on the ptuire jo'acifi(' Coat, is loc,teil in Farklanrl,Washington, a suburb of Tacoma, an aUradive city of about 160,000 i nhab ita nts ; it is neal' (vlollnt Haini er anrI the );alT ows Bridge, third larg-est sLlspension brid'ge in the Il'Orlll.

    The 12G-ane college ('amplll'\ is 5i,tua ted in the heart. of {he Evprgreen Playg"rounrI where there is a healthful l:Iimate and beantiful scenery. Hail roads an(1 highways make rile college easily al'eessible from all part;; of t he country. Taeoma city buses run regularly to and from do\\'ntowu and :;top in front 01' tile eampus.

    ACCREDI TATI ON Pa('ific Lutheran College is [ully an;re(litetl by the );ot'thwes'l As .'iol'ia

    tion 01' Secondary and Hig-her Schools as a four-year liheral arts college, It is a ecredit ed by the S,tale Hoard or Education as H teacher tr 'aining institution ol't'erinl;' a co mplete training" prognm lor pro;;pee

  • 8 PACIFIC LUTH ERAN COLLEGE

    decide not 1.0 l'olltinlle ill the se('olltl I.eI'm mI."! l11.)(.

    BU ILD ING SYMBOLS: AS BAcH I:lAd2 CB CYIS JA L ),II S

    Art Building Business AclministnLl.ion Buildilll' -"0. I Bnsine. s Administration Building- o. 2 Class Builtling Chapel-.VlusiL'Speedl Builcling Inllustrial An" i:luiltlillg (Lower amp'ls) Library Iain Building S"ifHl('e Hall

    PERIOD T IME SCHEDULE: Fir:

  • S U M M E R S E S S I O N 6 U L L E T I N 9

    A D M I S S I O N

    F R E S H M E N

    G ra d u a te or a l l cl < ' I ' l ' ed i le c i h i g- I i l ' l l o ( ) 1 i l l t h e :' UlI f 8 o f \Va I L i n g to l 1 I I O ll l r1 f i l l O l l t . t h e g-e n e t' 1 a p p l ic a t i o n b l a n l( II l t i c l t i s o n f i l e i n L h e h i g h s c h O O l p r i n ('.i p a l ' s o r U c e . T h e Hegi t n\ t" o r r i c e X L L i t e C o l l pge a l s o lI' i l l [01'lI' a r c! he b l a n\( t o o t. h e r , o n req u e s t. In a d d i t i o n t ilE. C o l l e'g-e req u i re h\'o I ' il a ra de r l'e"Om n l e n r i a r!o:l' from i n d h' i r l u a b lI'ho a re persona l l y f)I'Qua i ntee! lI' i t l i t lie a p p l ic a n t . T h e tnI 'm" l l l a y be o bta i n e (l hy w r i r i n g; t.o the r t egis ll''-lr':-; ( ) fic :p .

    R IO G U L A R S T U D E N T S , A D V A r-.J C E D S T A N D I N