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Image depicts a man in a uniform standing on the steps of Schwermann Hall.
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Image depicts a man in a uniform standing on the steps of Schwermann Hall.
Image depicts a man in a uniform sitting on the steps of a house and smiling at the camera.
Image depicts four soldiers standing in front of a building at Concordia. Left to right: Arnold Dyke, Carl Schultz, Val Rithler, Donald Kulak.
Image depicts the side of an airplane with a star on the tail, and people in front and behind the airplane.
Image depicts the interior of the library with a moose head hung on the wall between the door and a book shelf.
Image depicts three men cleaning a room in the men's dormitory, making a bed and cleaning the floor with a mop and broom.
Image depicts people lined up and using weapons at the ballistics range at the Southern Alberta Military Camp.
Image depicts the Concordia Platoon. Front row, left to right: Carl Schutz, Val Rithler, Alfred Lucht, Walter Miller, John Armbuster, Richard Schultz; Second row: Herman Baron, Birt Krueger, Bill Knipp, Fred Stark, Arthur Hoffoman; Third row: Alfred Stefani, Norman Eifert, Aldred Reinholz, Ejvind Neilsen, Waldeman Dressler, Henry Kuring; Fourth row: Victor Kuring, Donald Thomas, John H. Ulmwer, Edwin Regal, Willard Eifert; back row: Arnold Dyke, Vaughan Johnson, George Rode, Simon Mair.
Image depicts (left to right) George Rode, Mrs. Schwermann and Fred Stark standing together, with other people and cars in the background.
Image depicts people on the porch of the First Service Building that was in use between 1921 and 1925. Address: 9529-110th Ave.
Image depicts the members of the "1, 2, 3, 4 Band" on stage.
Image depicts George Rode (center) and four classmates in suits, posed for a group photo on the front lawn of Concordia.
Image depicts the rooftop of Schwermann Hall and the side Founder's Hall, looking east at the river valley in the background.
Image depicts a graduating class grouped in front of Schwermann Hall.
Image depicts three boys with a wagon in the winter. Edward (Teddy) G. Pearce in wagon, Otto Schultz on the right, and Carl Beiderweiden on the left.
Image depicts three clowns outside in a field.
Image depicts high school students on the steps of Schwermann Hall. Left to right: Hilda Wildgrube, Naomi Henning, Marion Balcombe, Irene Kinzel, Laura Kimack, Adelia Bellefer, Rose Adomeit, Ruth Ohlinger, Esther Stieler.
Image depicts the girl's sports team sitting on the lawn with the coach standing behind them. Concordia buildings and other groups of people are behind the team.
Image depicts the interior of a boy's room in the dormitory, with two desks and chairs in front of the closet.
Image depicts the Concordia puckster goalie, D. Schultz, on the ice in front of a hockey net.
Image depicts the interior of a dormitory room, with a bed on the right and a dresser on the left.
Image depicts a group photo of the Concordia lyric quartet. Back row, left to right: Fred Gabert, Valentine Hergesheimer. Front row, left to right: Arthur Gehring, Louis Liske, Karl Krahenbil.
Image depicts students breaking ground with Stoney Plain horses. Fraser Cabin may be visible in the background.
Image depicts aerial view of the river valley looking east, with Concordia College in the bottom left corner.
Image depicts the professors' houses built in the 1940s at the current location of Wayne Gretzky Drive. The architects are G.H. MacDonald & H.A. Morgan.
Image depicts John E. Herzer, founder, pastor, and professor from 1943-1956. Houses visible in the background.
Image depicts students facing the camera and sitting at desks in a classroom located at the Caledonian Temperance Hotel.
Image depicts the girls' dormitory adjoining Fraser Cabin, with the Concordia main building visible on the left.
Image depicts a crowd gathered on the front lawn for the Concordia dedication and official opening of Schwermann Hall.
Image depicts students forming a human pyramid in front of a brick wall with windows. People include (not in order) Vaughn Johnson, Herman Boron, Edwin Jacobi, Melvin Muhly, Lowel Guebert, John Herreilers.
Image depicts the skating rink in the foreground, with Schwermann Hall on the right, and Founder's Hall on the left.
Image depicts six students looking out of the bus windows and door, parked in front of a church during the choir trip to Mellowdale.
Image depicts Coach Herrielers with the boys basketball team of 1923-1924.
Image depicts students sitting in the auditorium at Concordia College, all facing the camera.
Image depicts a class photo at the opening of Concordia College. Students are on the steps of the Caledonian Temperance Hotel, the first location of Concordia College. .
Image depicts an unidentified student in a uniform getting on a bus.
Image depicts a crowd gathered for the laying of the cornerstone during the construction of Schwermann Hall by Poole Construction Company Limited.
Image depicts Alfred Lucht "Flash" and Edwin Regal eating in the cafeteria.
Image depicts Simon Maier, Vicker Kurhg, and Edwin Regal washing dishes.
Image depicts ten women on the front steps of the dormitory, part of the Fraser Cabin.
Program includes the order of service, hymns, and a list of participants. Participants include:
The liturgist is Rev. Richard Kraemer, Spiritual Life Co-ordinator; the preacher is Rev. Edwin Lehman, President, Alberta-British Columbia District; the installer is Rev. Roy Holm, President, Manitoba-Saskatchewan District; the lector is Rev. Albin Stanfel, President, Ontario District President; the organist is Dr. Barry Bromley; the choir director is Gordon Hafso; and the names of the trumpets, crucifer, and torch bearers are also listed.
Program includes a history of Concordia College, a description of Orville Walz, the inaugural events, the order of the procession, a list of members in the Concordia Board of Regents, the Inauguration Committee, and the Presidential Selection Committee.
Book contains a detailed history of Concordia College from 1931-1963, and includes a list of faculty with dates of employment.
Program consists of a description of Richard Kraemer, a list of inaugural events, a history of Concordia College, descriptions of the presidential medallion and academic costume, the order of procession, the inaugural convocation program. Program also includes names of members in various groups including: delegates from other institutions, government representatives, past presidents, the Board of Regents, the Installation and Inauguration Committee, the Presidential Search Committee, the Lutheran-Church Canada Officers, and the Board of Higher Education.
Program includes a description of Alfred Roth, a history of Concordia College, and a list of previous presidents. Order of service includes salutations by Douglas Holtby, Prof. Walter Schienbein, Dr. Arthur Ahlschwede, The Rev. Glen Johnson, Dr. R. G. Baldwin, His Worship Mayor William Hawrelak and Mr. David King. Benediction by Dr. A. H. Schwermann.
Program also includes the members of the Board of Control, the Inauguration Committee, the Faculty Committee for the Election of the President, and the Electors.
Program includes information about Dr. Gerald Krispin, the order of procession, the inaugural convocation, a list of delegates from other institutions, the members of the Board of Regents, past presidents, marshals, musicians and the crucifer. A brief history of Concordia is also included, with program information including Bachelor of Management degree, Bachelor of Science degree, Bachelor of Arts program, Bachelor of Education After Degree Program, Bachelor of Environmental Health (After Degree) program; Director of Parish Services program; and Master of Information Systems Security Management.
Program includes the order of service, a history of Concordia, a description of Dr. Gerald Krispin, and a list of participants in the ceremony. The brief history of Concordia includes a list of programs including: Bachelor of Arts Program, Bachelor of Science degree, Bachelor of Management degree, Director of Parish Services program, Bachelor of Education After Degree Program, Bachelor of Environmental health (After Degree) Program, and Master of Information Systems Security Management.
Program consists of the order of service, participant information, the choirs participating in the Mass Choir, and the designer and construction company of the new gymnasium-auditorium.
The Sermon was preached by the Reverend Dr. Herman Harms. St. Louis, Missouri, First Vice-President of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
The Address was given by the Reverend Dr. Martin Walker, Buffalo, New York,
Member of Synod s Board for Higher Education.
The Liturgy was conducted by the Reverend Philip Janz, Stony Plain, Alberta, Secretary of the College Board of Control.
The Prayer of Dedication was spoken and the Choir was conducted by the Reverend Dr. Albert H. Schwermann, Principal of Concordia College.
The Organist was Miss Marvelyn Schwermann of St. Peter's Church, Edmonton,
Book consists of portraits of the graduating class of 1996, images of students clubs and associations, faculty, campus life, sports teams, and the arts.
Program includes the order of service, a summary of the building project, and a list of major donors.
Litugist is Chaplain Warren Steckelberg; Speaker is President Richard Kraemer; Lector is Edwin Seibert; Pianist is Dr. Barry Bromely; Choir is directed by Dr. John Hooper. Trumpeters, crucifer and torch bearers are also listed.
Program includes induction of new faculty members:
Barry Barclay, Coordinator, After-Degree Diploma in Environmental Health;
Valerie Bishop, Coordinator/Counsellor Adult Basic Upgrading Program;
Lee Elliott, Public Affairs Director;
Ladislav Hala, Director of Computer Systems;
Robert Heller, Assistant Professor of Psychology;
Linda Nikolaj, Assistant High School Principal;
Alberto Severini, Assistant Professor of Biology/Environmental Science;
Linda Scott, Assistant Librarian, Education & Social Sciences;
Eva Stang, Coordinator/Counsellor, Native University and College Entrance Program;
Elizabeth Smythe, Assistant Professor of Political Science;
Lynette Toews-Neufeld, Reference Librarian;
Mary Wagner, Human Resources Officer.
Appreciation is given to the Building Committee Members, the architect, the builders, library staff, other individuals and organizations.
Letter from Walter V. Shienbein, Acting President. Letter consists of an appeal for 60th anniversary offerings. Donation card includes an option to receive the anniversary edition of Albert H. Schwermann's "Recollections of a President Emeritus."
Program includes event information for Religious Emphasis Week. Presentation on the Lutheran Association of Missionaries and Pilots (LAMP) by LAMP's director, Rev. Les Stahlke. Panel discussion on foreign missions panelists include: Prof. A. Merrifield, Rev. V. Hennig, Miss Margaret Duthie. President R. A. Frantz, Moderator.
Program consists of a calendar of events related to the 50th Anniversary.
Booklet consists of a history of Concordia College as written by A. H. Schwermann, images included.
Program includes order of service and historical highlights.
Participants listed in program:
The preacher: The Rev. Dr. Harold A. Merklinger, D.D. President, Lutheran Church — Canada
The officiant: The Rev. Roland A. Frantz, President, Concordia Lutheran College
The lector: The Rev. Arthur Gehring, Pastor, St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Stony Plain, Alberta
The choir: Concordia College Choir, directed by David Stocker, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Music
The organist: Miss Marvelyn Schwermann, Music Director at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Edmonton, Alberta
The call to worship: The Rev. Dr. A. H. Schwermann, President of Concordia College from 1921 - 1953
Includes convocation information regarding Education Week (Mar. 1-7), Government Week (Mar. 8-14), Social Concerns Week (Mar. 15-20) and Arts Week (Mar. 21-28).
Panelists include: Mr. Morris Anderson, Principal of Luther College, Regina, Saskatchewan; Rev. K. Glen Johnson, President, Camrose Lutheran College, Camrose, Alberta; Rev. Roland Frantz, President, Concordia College, Edmonton, Alberta.
March Convocations 50th Anniversary Committee: Prof. Lowell Eckert, Chairman; Prof. Alan Merrifield; Dr. Alfred Roth; Prof. Walter Schienbein; Dr. David Stocker; Prof. Gisela Wikeley; Prof. Harold Witte.
Lecturers and drama presentation directors are also listed.
Concerts by the Concordia College Choir, the Edmonton Centennial Choir, and a wind ensemble from the University of Alberta.
Program includes order of service and hymn information. The Preacher: Dr. A. M. Rehwinkel, Professor at Concordia Theological Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri. Professor at Concordia, Edmonton from 1922 - 1927.
The Liturgists: The Rev. A. J. Mueller, Pastor of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Edmonton, First President of the Alberta-British Columbia, District and Chairman of the Concordia Board of Control; and the Rev. Roland A. Frantz, President of Concordia College.
The Organist: Miss Sylvia Ruff, Ponoka, Alberta
The Trumpeters: Miss Carlene Helmkamp, Instructor, Concordia College, and Mr, Don Thompson, Student, Concordia College.
The Choirs: The Lutheran Choral Society of Edmonton and District, Miss Marvelyn Schwermann, Conductor; The Chapel Choir of Concordia College, Miss Carlene Helmkamp, Conductor.
The Anniversary Committee: Prof, A. Guebert, Chairman; Prof, A. F. Reiner, Secretary; President R. A. Frantz; Dr, A. H. Schwermann, Advisory.
The choirs: Chapel Choir of Concordia College and the Lutheran Choral Society of Edmonton and District.
Letter to pastors from A. Laurie, Director of Public Relations, informing them of weekly convocations including Education, Government, Social Concerns and the Arts. Event details for Education Week included.
Program consists of hymns and service information.
Lessons led by Mr. Ted Holtby, Member of the Board and Building Committee and Rev. Larry MacKay, Member of the Building Committee and Alumni Association.
Remarks given by Rev. Harry Ruf, Dr. Richard Willie, Mr. Ken Pilip and Dr. Roy Holm.
Participants include President Richard Kraemer, Concordia; Dr. Roy Holm, Board of Regents; Mr. Ken Pilip, Concordia Foundation; Mr. Allan Wells, Robert Tegler Trust; Dr. Richard Willie, Building Committee; Dr. John Woollard, Faculty; Mr. Keith Kruse, High School; Mr. Mircea Panduk and Ms. Margaret Russell, Library; Mr. Marcel Labbe and Ms. Nancy Joseph, Student Associations
Poster includes images of the campus, President Roland A. Frantz, Albert A. Schwermann, a sports team and the Concordia Choir, as well as information about the anniversary.
Printed on poster:
"In these forty years 170 Concordia students have entered the service of the church, 126 pastors, 44 teachers. Of these sixty are now serving the Lord in Canada.
The anniversary thank offering is to flow into the Church Extension Fund of each District. The interest of the fund will be used by the college to provide aid for boys and girls who are preparing themselves for the ministry or the teaching profession in the church.
We invite you to work with us, to pray with us, to visit our campus and take part in our celebration if possible, to observe the anniversary in your congregation, and to thank God for His many blessings to Concordia."
Welcome by President Richard Kraemer.
Remarks by Rev. Harry Ruf, Prof. Wayne Stuhlmiller, Blair Schmaus, Kirsten Bergstrom and Rev. Paul Eifert. Scripture readings by Norman Selman and Rev. Larry MacKay.
Performance by the Concordia College Choir led by Gordon Hafso.
Wielding of the Spade includes: Richard Kraemer, Ted Holttjy, Harry Hole, Sheri Dalton, Bob Thompson, Arlyn Belden, Arnold Dyke. Prayers by Rev. Martin Kaare, Chaplain.
Program consists of the renovated science wing and Alumni hall floor plans, and the service of dedication information.
The liturgist is Rev. Richard Kraemer, Spiritual Life Co-ordinator. The dedicators are Rev. Walter Schienbein, Acting President, and Rev. Ed Lehman, President A-BC District. The preacher is Rev. Don Unterschultz, Member, Board of Regents. The lectors are Brent Kilback, Student Body President and Rev. Wayne Stuhlmiller, Dean of Student Affairs. Concordia College Choir directed by Prof. Gordon Hafso. The organist is Dr. A. Barry Bromley, Professor of Music. Names of the trumpet soloist, crucifer, torchbearers, and banner bearer are also included.
Acknowledgments include architects, Mclntosh, Workun, & Chernenko; construction management, Graham Construction Limited; the Board of Regents Building Committee and various contractors.
Preacher is listed as Oliver R. Harms. Liturgists are listed as Rev. W. A. Rumsch, and Rev. W. F. Schoepp. Organist is Marvelyn Schwermann. The Chorus
Director is Rev. Albert H. Schwermann. The Officiant is Rev. Walter M. Wangerin, President of Concordia College. Guests include: Rev. W. C. Eifert, William Hawrelak, Anders O. Aalborg, Bernal E. Walker, and K. C. Stanley.
Program for the Jubilee Service of the Lutheran Church (Mo. Synod) commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Alberta-British Columbia District and Concordia College includes hymns, prayers and announcements.
Organ prelude by Marvelyn Schwermann. Liturgists include: Rev. A. J. Mueller, Rev. C. C. Janzow, Rev. W. A. Raedeke, and Rev. A. F. Reiner.
Jubilee Chorus conductor: Rev. A. H. Schwermann.
Program for the ground-breaking ceremony for the girl's dormitory includes: a hymn; the meditation led by President Walter Wangerin; the litany for the ground-breaking ceremony led by Professor Guebert; and a prayer led by Donna Hippe, chairman of the coed council.
Program consists of a brief history of Concordia College; images of the buildings; faculty, Board of Control and Building Committee members; hymns and readings.
Listed in the program are the members of the first Board of Control: Rev. A. Rehwinkel, Chairman.Rev. E. Eberhardt, Jacob Ulmer, Henry Maschmeyer, and Ed Schmidt.
The faculty members listed include: Rev. A. H. Schwermann, Principal; Prof. A. Rehwinkel, M.A., B.D.; Prof W. A. Baepler, and Prof. J. H. Herreilers. Building Committee members include: Rev. J. C. Mueller, Chairman; Rev. E. Eberhardt, Jacob Ulmer, Sam. Gabert, R. Waechsel, Prof. A. Rehwinkel, Secretary; Rev. F. Pfotenhauer, D. D.; and Henry Horst.