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The Winter 1966 edition of Taylor Magazine, published by Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
missionaries, births, weddings, deaths, Taylor University, Alumni, Ayres Alumni Memorial Library, Carillon, science, information, technology, culture, automation, computers, sociology, construction, science building, liberal arts building, president’s home, A. E. Knowlton, Wengatz Hall, East Hall, Grace Olson Hall, higher education, education, Christian higher education, liberal arts, development, Harold Olsen, Sally Olsen, missions, evacuations, Christianity, Ray Isely, Ruth (Skaaden) Isely, evangelism, Miracle Hill, Todd Hinkle, Elizabeth Miller, Jane (Stickler) Helzerman, Ron Helzerman, Jean Desposito, Charles W. Shilling, Alumni Fund, giving
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Taylor University, "Taylor University Magazine (Winter 1966)" (1966). The Taylor Magazine (1963-Present). 14.
In this Issue:
Of Sounds and Symbols
For Whom The Bells Toll by Dee Friesen ‘66
The Scientific Revolution by Dr. Charles W. Shilling ‘23 Construction Survival of the Finest by Dr. Gordon G. Zimmerman
What Missionary Sacrifice Means by Herschel O. Engebretson ‘54
News of the Classes
Why Are We Going to the Congo? by Dr. Ray and Ruth (Skaaden ’59) Isely ‘57
On the Go With Alumni Ed.
Alumni Set Record