This window was a gift from Thomas E. Welmers and Mrs. Jennie
Waalkes Welmers in memory of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evert
Welmers and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Waalkes.
(left) The Prophet Samuel, as a boy, is
shown answering the call of God. He is wearing the silver
that his mother, Hannah, is said to have made for him.
Befitting a king, the garment is tied with a golden girdle
and the hem of the skirt is woven with jewels and bound
(right) The stern-faced Apostle Philip is shown carrying a crossed-staff. In
this depiction the artist shows three kinds of grass. It has no particular
symbolism, but was merely a way in which the artists thought of decorating
in the old European cathedrals.
The symbols, from left to right, are The Holy Bible, The Chalice,
and the Winged Torch.