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1 . THE COLLEyE •

11. CLASSES •

111. FEATURES •

lV. F1NE ARTS •

V. ORyAN1'ZAT10NS •

VI. ATHLET1CS •

Vll. ADVERT1SlNy and HumOR

1936 ERnEST R. CAmFIELD Editor and Manager

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• This year's issue of the Arrow is of the present and for the presen t. It is a story of the school year 1 935- 36. I t is neither a his­ torical r ecord of the past n or a prophecy for the future. Like an individual, it must either stand or fall on its own merits. This book gives a pict ure of I ife at this particular Nazarene College. It en deavors to uphold an d portray the ideals of B ethany­ Peniel College. In years to come you will look on this book with amusement, because of the change in dress an d customs. So we say enjoy it n ow for its sincerity an d tomorrow for its amusement.

• P u b l ished by Students of

Bethany-Peniel Colleg e, B ethany, Oklahoma Vol. X I I I

1936

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the students

of B ethony-Peniel

College we humbly dedicate this Arrow.

To those, liv­

ing or dead, who have tau ght us to see the finer and nobler mean ing of life. To those who seek no glory or reward but that of watchin g a small babe grow to be a brillian t man or woman . To those who are sometimes forgotten, yet who are still loved by us all-our Dads.

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qhe Administration By ALAN B. S M I T H

The machinery o f a school i s ob­ vious on every hand wherever one chooses to look. I t is seen in the classroom, Iibrary, fine arts studio, office, and campus. Although the de­ tails of the mechanism are not easily discerned at a first glance, the ob­ server is conscious of a finely worked out system. The individuals who turn the wheels of this machil�e are the ones who finally determine the qu ality of the finished product. It makes not a great deal of difference how shiny and important or rusty and depreci­ ated a machine appears; it is only as usefu l as its operators make it. I n the great educational plant of B ethany- Peniel College we find a ma­ chinery which would be hard to beat for potential efficiency. However, the active efficiency of the college, like that of any other su ccessful industry, is found in the operators - the ad­ ministration. It has been said that the present trend of the world's industry is toward a system in which one man shall stand in his two diminutive tracks and by operating a set of push-bu ttons, will, u naid­ ed by any other, run the world's bu siness. If this were possible just in the field of edu­ cation we should nominate Dr. A. K. B racken, President of B ethany- Peniel College, for this job. A. K. BRACKEN, M.A., D.O. , President

Half hidden behind a ponderous desk and a galaxy of indispensables composed of telephone, periodicals, jou rnals, wire basket, name- plate, and spectacles, the president screws up his eyes, taps the desk with his ever- present letter opener, leans back in his swivel chair, and draws from his deep fund of experience the following philosophy:

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Thirteen

The Administration (Continued) "Your school days follow you. "The mail of a college president at times be­ comes exceedingly interesting. A former student writes applying for a position. The question in­ evitably arises, is she still harum scarum� Is she still thoughtless, head-strong, boisterous, and lack­ ing in discrimination as to the company she keeps? "I was riding with two young men not long ago. The conversation turned to the record of grades. One young man said, 'I hope too many people do not see mine. ' But it is surprising how many eyes look upon the record of work that a student does in school. A's, B's, and C's are highly esteemed but too many D's, F's, and W's are bad splotches on a student's record.

B. M. HALL, Business Manager

"Again the name a student makes for him­ self in school will follow him. If he is honest, energetic, agreeable, reasonably popular, high­ minded, trustworthy, trustful, times without num­ ber his friends will r ecall these qualities. Time and again at an important moment in his life his good name, which he made for himself in col­ lege, will come to his help. Only a few days ago the man who has been longest connected with our holiness schools that made Bethany- Peniel Col­ lege, said to me, 'Son, we who were about the school in its early days had the coming men of the group spotted. We had them named. '

"Then, this leads me to say that the friends of our school days follow us. Their opin­ ion of us and their interest in us have much to do with our success. The friends we make call us for revival meetings; they nominate us to pastorates; they recommend us for teach­ ing positions; -they nominate us to the presidency of colleges; their influence often places us in district superintendencies; they recommend us for jobs in the commercial and in­ dustrial world that mean our chances for success. But it would be selfish to look at our friends in such a light as that. The friends of our college days are often the clos­ est friends of our more mature years. They are ours not to use but to enjoy. Yes, the friends of our school days follow us! "I cannot say that there is a profound or obscure moral in this. Merely let me repeat -our school days follow us." Now having seen what the president has to say, let us meander into the office of the business manager; and if we can hang on to one coat tail long enough to catch a word or two which Mr. Hall throws back over his shoulder, between telephone conver­ sations, dictation of letters, and interviews, we may learn something enlightening. "Total enrollment?

Four hundred and eight all told. "

"What method do you employ with students for the payment of their accounts?" " I make my specifications at the time the student enters school, or rather (with a grin) , let him make them, and if I can meet them I ask him to keep faith with the agreement. The student signs his own note. He must always give satisfactory explana-

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qhe Board of Regents

First row, seated: W. A. Carter, J . C. H enson, W. Lawson Brown.

B. M.

H a l l , A.

K.

Brac ken,

Second row: A. I . R i ce, I . W. You n g , Arthur Morgan, R . S. E. Hammer, Geren C. Roberts, E. L. A s k i n s, Ed. N . Lejeune. Third row: O. F. H a tfi e l d , H. L. Short, A. E. E. H o le, H o l ey Messer, V. B. Atteberry.

F.

H.

B. Macrory,

Rushi ng, W.

H.

J . W. Barlow,

Short,

Brock McLa i n,

H o l l and London,

I ra

Balsemeir, L . A . Reed, B. F . N ee l y, B. F. Harr i s , J . P. Roberts,

Th e A dminis tion as to how he expects to get the money. We have cancelled only $371 in debts since have been here." "What is your capital debt?" "$ 1 7,444.06." "What is the total value of the campus?" "$166,000." "What will be the approximate cost of the new dormitory you propose to build?" "$35,000. We expect to confine our capital debt to $50,000." "Do you have the support of the educational zone?" "In a nearly perfect manner. About 80 percent of our good standing financially is found in our contact with the school zone. We have kept faith with them, keeping every promise we have made." "Do you regard your manufacturing and sale of toiletries satisfactory?" "Yes. I t ties the student to the school. And then students selling these will naturally boost the college, making it better known." "How much have endowments brought in?" "We have cancelled them, using only the cash- offering plan. This is done by tours of school parties in week- end meetings and other special services." "Thank you, Mr. Hall, for your time. Just one more question: I s it not true that a few days ago a lady brought in her small child who had just swallowed a nickel to your office with the expectation of having you to remove it, knowing that if anyone in town could get it, it would be you:J Hey! Put down that typewriter. I 'm leaving."

Page Fifteen

FRED FLOYD, M.A., B.D. Dean, H istory

MRS. A. K. BRACKEN, M.A. Counsel l or of Women, Educa­ tion, Botany

WILLIS B. DOBSON, M.A. Registrar, English

qhe Fdcult� By ALAN B. S M I T H Meet the faculty. W e find ourselves in the den o f the Dean, Professor Floyd, who greets us in a genial Georgia manner: in, come in.

"Howdy, brethren.

What can I do for you?" Mr. Floyd is like that.

fair, square, he is a true sportsman.

Come

Dependable,

Mrs. Bracken, councellor for women,

complacently looks at you as she tells you that you will probably get "D" in botany since you haven't made anything but "D" in all tests and lab­ oratory. Or perchance it is an "A" since she can't possibly make it a li B". You have to run to catch up with Professor Dobson, the registrar, and then don't be surprised if he takes flight in the middle of a sentence either to meet a class or to see if Billy has swallowed a button. Dr . McConnell, the dean emeritus of religious education, says, "Son, . I'm grad you came in. " He can stop on time when he gets u p t o "say a few words;" so that makes him one of the most popular speakers on the campus-that to- gether with the wit and wisdom of his speech, which is always worthwhile. Mrs. Taylor manages the speech department quite as well as she does "my little husband", and without any trouble at all. appreciated

by

students.

Optimism,

Corlett

is

No teacher is more

thy

name.

But

better characteristic can we look for in a theological professor'

what None

has been disappointed in the work of this teacher, who finished his second

C. A. McCONNELL, A.B., Th.D. Dean Emeritus of R e l i g ious Ed­ ucation

GERTRUDE PENDERGRAFT TAYLOR, M.A. Speech, E n g l ish

LEWIS T. CORLETT, A.B. R e l i g ious Education

CLARENCE C h e m i stry

GROTHAUS,

Ph.D.

MINNIE HARMS, M.A. Modern Languages

KENNETH ALLEN RICE, Mathem a t i cs, Physics

M.S.

F A C U L T Y school year in Bethany this month. take it.

Dr. Grothaus is the man who can

Punched by the Reveille Echo repeatedly, he is still the friend

of that publication, by his refusing to be hurt.

But what else would you

expect from a sensible Ph. D. � Miss Harms has a place in the hearts of students which no one could take. I tIs not what she does, or says or thinks, though these are important. It's what she is.

Professor Rice will draw a picture of any solution on the

board; give him time, and he will explain it. face.

He is no kin to Se;�otor Fish­

His comments are always pertinent and enlightening. Little Audrey ·Iaughed and laughed the other day when Mr. Hildie

played in public, for she just knew that he'd never make all those keys stay down at one time. about.

His Liszt "Rhapsodie" is something to write home

One of the Bethany Halls is Mrs. B. M.

From almost nothing, the

library has been made into the comfortable place that it now is. Mrs. Hall al­ ways cooperates her best with the students, and they like her. Professor Gish thinks the S a t u rday Even ing Post is what the Country Gen tleman to lean on, coming home from town on the week end. a philosopher. right way.

stops

He's not dumb, just

Anyone might agree with him who considered it in the

Mrs. Swann is one of the most subtle of humorists.

Watch

what you say; she'll catch you up on it and then you'll feel oh, so foolish. Professor Coffee-wup! -Stahly and coffee.

You see we were thinking of synonymous terms

He is also a brilliant pastor of late, pulling a rare

bit of strategy in the re- financing of his church property.

Mrs. Hildie in­

spires her students to do things they didn't know they could do.

WALTER P i ano

J. HILDIE, B.MUS.

MRS. B. M. HALL, A.B. L i brarian

DELBERT R. GISH, M.A. P h ilosophy, German

She has

ALLINE SWANN, B.Mus. Theory of Music, P iano

ELMER STAHLY, A.B., Th.B. Mathematics

BETTY T. HILDIE Voice

F A C U L T Y been instrumental in bringing several fine artists to Bethany which the town had the privilege of enjoying.

Mrs. Herrell goes her way always dwell足

ing on the evils of being "what you is not when you should be what you is."

Her job is to keep tab

on the freshmen, and does as well as anybody could. Alan Smith hasn't any better sense than to stay up all night to write this story, thus incurring the displeasure of his fellow faculty members in two ways.

(Of course he missed classes the next day.)

Mother Norwood's careful training of Son Paul and Baby Curt is an outstanding example of her work and perseverance as matron in Bethany- Peniel Col足 lege.

FLORENCE LUNDY, A.B. Office Secretory

All the examples are too numerous to men足

tion. She is thoroughly appreciated by the community. Miss Lundy likes hamburgers and pop.

Better yet, she'll share them with you.

Wimpy has nothing on her.

J. Wellington

An ideal person to tell your troubles-she's

interested. Since you've met the faculty, are they not the wisest, merriest, and most likable folk of creation?

ELIZABETH HERRELL, A.B., B.F.A. Engl ish

ALAN B . SMITH, A.B. Violin

MRS. NETT IE NORWOOD Matron

"Anoth er day, anoth er class "

CLASSES

qhe Senior Class

Curtis Smith

President

Robert Morris

Vice- President

Edith

Secretary-Treasurer

Hoover

Page Twenty-One

CURTI S SMITH, B.A. Waco, Texas

Major-Philosophy C l ass President, Gospel Tea m , " B" C l ub, Beta De l ta R h o

Presi d e n t of

T a k e s a n a c t i ve part in a l l p h a ses of school l i f e-a n O l d E n g l i s h f i end-his s l oga n : "Appo i n t a com m i t tee" -sturdy a nd staunch, he lives a l i fe t h a t is a ttractive­ a IIKru mll•

ED I T H H OOVER, B.A. Betha ny, O k l a homa

Major-H istory Beta

D e l ta R h o, Secretary o f Senior C l ass

A d a i nty m a i d with true merit-consci e n tious in h e r w o r k and p l a y-the more one knows h e r the m o r e en­ d u r i n g qua l ities one observes.

ROBERT T. MORRIS, Th.B. Betha ny, O k l a homa

Major-Religious Educa tion V i ce - Preside n t of C l ass, Gamma De l ta Rho, Gospel Team I mpregnable to the d a r ts of evi l that wou l d destroy h i s idea l s for c h a racter-i s a l oya l class member-has a n i d e a l moth e r - i n- l a w .

Page Twenty-Two

FLETCHER SPRUCE, Th.B. Fl oresv i l le , Texos

Major-Religious Education President

of Gommo

Del ta

Rho,

Gospel Tea m

" Ez r a " , s o dubbed b y Professor F l oyd-W a n t t o hea r a w i secrack) see F l etcher-a good student-devoted to the w o r k of the Lord.

J U STI NE B U RTON, B.A. Rogers, A r ka nsas

Major-English President of G i r l s' Gospel Tea m , A l pha De l ta Rho Finds t i m e to be a friend to every one-fu r n i shes i n足 s p i ra tion fo r accom p l i sh m e n t-is a perfect l ady a nd a sincere scho l a r .

C LAUDE A . J O H NSTON, B . A . Betha ny, O k l ahoma

Major-Philosophy A l pha De l ta Rho, Gospel Team, French C l ub A fo l l ower of the song, "And i t's not for knowledge that we come to c o l l ege"-he's si ncere and true-a good friend.

P a g e Twenty-Three

J I M MY McGRAW, Th.B. Bethany, O k l a homa

Major-Religious Education V i c e - President of

Student Counc i l , Gospel Tea m

A l pha

Delta

Rho,

Gentlemen prefer blondes, at least J i m m i e does-he's orig i n a l , dyn a m i c-ca p a b l e of meeting any situation that wo u l d confront h i m-an excel lent toastmaster.

EL I ZA B ETH McGRAW, B.A. Bethany,

O k l a homa

Major-English Beta Delta Rho, Gospel Team " Eyes a s stars of twi ligh t"-an excel l e n t dramatic stu足 dent-be l i eves in Jimmy's air castl es-is merry, sweet, and thoug h t f u l .

PAU L H ERRELL, Th.B. Coffeyv i l l e , Kansas

Major-Religious Educa tion Arrow Stoff, Student Counci l , Beta Del ta Team, " B " C l u b

Rho, Gospel

Obliging and fai r-a f a i t h f u l member of t h e Student Cou n c i l-but spring brings the " roma ntic fever".

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DWAYN E H I LDIE, Th . B . Betha ny,

O k l a h oma

Major-Religious Education Gamma De l ta Rho, Gospel Team An e n t h u s i a s t i c worker-ever grow i n g u p and up-ver 足 satile and i n d i v i dua l-h i s a m b i t i o n to become a fl ute p l ayer.

BERYLE MORGAN, B.A. Orange, Texas

Major-English V i c e - Presi dent

of

Card i n a l Gospel

C l ub, Gamma Team

Del ta

Rho,

By her own strength Be ryle has c l i mbed the ladder足 a com b i n a tion of red h a i r a n d sweet d i sposi tion ma kes her an u n usua l g i rl.

M A U R I C E L. HOWARD, T h . B . M t . Vernon, Texas

Major-Religious Education Gamma Delta Rho, Gospel Team H i s s i ze i s represe n t a tive of a l l his i n v i s i b l e cha racter足 i st i c s except h i s faul ts-is noted for his abi l i ty to ph rase h i s test i m o n i es in a d i fferent way.

Page

Twenty- Five

ALAN B. S M I T H , B.A. Ponca C i ty, O k l a homa

Major- English Ga m m a Delta Rho, Deba te, Arrow, Revei l l e Echo, Orchestra A bri l l i a nt j o u r n a l ist-an extraord i n a ry musi c i a n with mature m u s ica l j ud g m e nt-good sense of humor-co足 opera t i v e .

RUTH H . LANG, B.A. Hutchi nson, Kansas

Major-Chemistry Editor Reve i l l e Echo, Alpha Delta Rho ' Versatile and i ndependent-always in a hu rry-i n d i s足 pensa b l e to o u r pub l i c a tions-has a un ique ph i l osophy of I i fe that ma kes her a friend to everyone.

ERN EST R. CAMF I E LD, B.A. Bethany, O k l ahoma

Major-History Beta De l ta Rho, Editor Arrow, Reve i l le Echo " M i l l i o n - do l l a r s m i l e "-an u n u s u a l co l l eg i ate edi tor足 an a b l e executi ve-delibe rate and obstinate-noted for his canstancy in purpose.

Page Twenty-Six

S. H. B U NDY, B.F.A. Bethany, O k l a hama

Major-Piano A d i g n i fied-Iao king col l ege ma n-motto : " Le a rn a l l you can in a l l the ways you can"-h i s p l aying touches the deepest emotions.

GRACE FAUVER, B.A. San Antonio, Texas

Major- English Gamma

Del ta

Rho,

G l ee

A true sport t h rough and sense and ceaseless ene rgy.

C lub,

Orchestra,

Basketba l l

through-wholesome

L ESTER D U N N ,

good

B.F.A.

Atwood, Oklahoma

Major-Voice Student Ath l e tic Manager, College Quartet, G l ee C lub, Chorus, Preceptor The way in w h i c h he a t tac ks his prob l e m s i ndicates that he means to win-"music washes away from the sou l the dust of everyday l i fe"-"Ma rgaret, wou ld you m a r ry an idiot for h i s money?"

Page

Twenty-Seven

BYRON Le JEUNE, Th.B. Bethany, Oklahoma

Majar-Religious Education A l pha Del ta Rho, Orchestra, Band, Gospel Team He m u s t be an angel because he's al ways harping on something-Byron is zealous for God's work, conscien足 tious and re l i ab l e .

E U N I CE B ROWN, Th.B. J efferson, Texas

Major-Religious Education Gamma De l ta Rho, Gospel Team Has abi l i ty as a preacher-is accommodating, sincere, practical-and hard to get u p in the morning.

A RC H IE N. NORSWORTHY, B.A. B e thany, O k l ahoma

Major-Philosophy A l pha De l ta Rho, Gospel Team Has native wit, an argumen t for every p h i l osophy c l ass, and a remarkable wife.

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Twenty - E i g h t

QUENTI N GREEN , B.A. Woodward, O k l ohomo

Major-Mathematics Gospel Team, Gamma De l ta Rho A m a thematician fram Texas-rated the busi ness office d u r i n g " Leap week"-wi l l be a prafessor next yea r.

ED I T H ASKEW, Th. B. N o rm a n , O k l a homa

Major-Religious Education Gospel Team, A l pha D e l ta Rho Through adversi ty she perseveres-ha s strang faith in God-does n ' t mind a job if she con pick i t .

EDWARD C. GARR ISON, Th.B. B l a i ne, Colorado

Major-Religious Education Gospel Tea m , Beta De l ta Rho An i n tense desi re to serve the Lord a n d h u m a nity char足 acterizes ali his a c t i vities-he's p l easant, staunch, and true.

Page Twenty-Nine

HAROLD

HARCOURT, Th . B .

Rock, Kansas

Major-Religious Education A l p h a De l ta Rho, President of Boys' Gospel Team A u n i que mind, persona lity, and cha racter promise him a fruitful future-a loyal senior-aspires to be a preacher.

G LADYS FOSTER, B.A. H i co, Louis i a n o

Ma jor-H istory Beta

D e l ta

Rho,

Gi rls' Gospel Team

N eo t appearance and sweet disposition-is frie n d l y a n d i nquisiti ve-cha rged with the spiri t of youth.

PAU L W H I TAK ER, B. A. H a m l i n , Texas

Major-History De l ta Rho, Gospel Team E n j oys his German a n d histo ry-i s bl essed with common sense-plans for on e a r l y marriage ond teoch i n g a s his profess i o n .

Page Thirty

CAREY CAM P B E L L, B.A. Bethany, Okl ahoma

Major-History President Student Counci l , Col lege Quartet, G l ee C l ub, Chair, Gospel Teom Views life psychologica l ly-th i n ks married life fine足 exceptional l y capable as a leader-progressi ve-al ways ab l e to s i detrack Professor F l oyd .

R U B Y E L E E SH AW, B.A. McComb, Mississippi

Major-English Secretary

Student Council,

Arrow

Staff,

U n ique-versatile-has that someth i n g fellows guessing .

C HARLES R. THRASH ER,

Gospel

Team

that keeps the

B.A.

A l bany, Kentucky

Major-History Gamma De l ta Rho, " B " C l ub A gentl eman of t h e first magni tude-sma l l of stature but big of sp i ri t-takes in all the hockey games-fur足 nishes the p i stol for bas ketba l l games.

Page Thirty-O"e

MARV I N BRA N N O N , Th.B. Fil l more, O k l a homa

Major-Religious Education Gospel Team Quite philosophical-enj oys Browning-has determina足 tion to succeed in the service af the Lord.

T H E LMA H E NSL EY, B.A. Strang Ci ty, O k l ahoma

Major-History Gospel Tea m , Debate She sways them as she wil l s--one preacher wha re t a i n s her fem i n i ne c h a racteristics-has beautiful h a i r a n d g raceful wa l k.

HORACE R. S H ERRILL, Th.B. Bethany, O k l a homa

Major-Religious Education Discreet-stays cl ose ta h i s boaks and a l ways m a kes the A's--a war k m a n that needeth not ta be a s h a m ed.

Page Thirty-Two

DONALD BEAVER, B . F . A. Bethany, Ok lahoma

Majar-Piana G l e e C l ub, Chorus, Gospel Team, A l pha Delta Rho Soda je rker-everybody's pal-accomp l i shed in every respect a gentleman .

p i a n i st足

MARY BALES, B. A. Cal umet, O k l ahoma

Major-English Beta Delta Rho, G l ee C l ub I s a l w ays q u i et and unassuming, but peopl e of few words often th i n k thoughts-makes the best of everyth i ng .

C HARLES CALLAWAY,

B.A.

Bethany, O k l ahoma

Major-English Beta D e l ta Rho A fond "daddy"-always on the j ob---op ti m i st i c , ener足 getic, anxious to pl ease.

Page Thirty-Three

ANIS

K I NG,

B.A.

Lufkin, Texas

Major-English Wi l l reach the mark set by m a ny ta l l er ones-a refresh足 i n g b i t-ea rnest rather than frivolous.

MARY MON FORTE, B.A. C l eveland, O k l ahoma

Majors-Mathematics, English A l pha

Del ta

Rho,

Basketba l l

A bri l liant and tireless m i nd-studious but h u m a n , and so we love her more and more.

Poge

Thirty-Four

qhe Junior Class

Barrett

Kirby

President

Frank Ruder

Vice- President

Viola Parrish

Secretary-Treasurer

Page Thi rty-Five

BARRETT KIRBY

Pres. Jr. Men's Delta

Bethany,

Class, Arrow Staff,

Gospel

Team,

Beta

Jr.

Sec.

Oklahoma

Class,

Beta

Delta

Rho.

Rho.

FORREST

NASH

GEORGE GARDNER

Winfield, Kansas Band, Reveille

Men's

Gospel

Echo,

Rho.

Page Thirty-Six

Alpha

D a l las, Texas Team, Delta

Pasadena, V i ce-Pres.

Arrow

Echo,

Beta

Topeka,

Cal i fo r n i a

Jr.

Club,

Class, Staff,

Delta

French Reve i l le

Woodb ine, French

Club,

Delta

Team,

M i xed

Kansas

Arrow Staff, Debate, French Club, Gamma Delta Rho.

Rho.

J. E. MOORE

MARGARET MIDDLETON

Men's Gospel Team, Gam m a Rho.

MARK MOORE

FRANK RUDER

VIOLA PARRISH

D a l las, Texas

Topeka, Kansas

Kansas Girls'

Chorus,

Gospel Girls'

Glee Club, Alpha Delta Rho.

Student Council, Men's Gos足 pel Team, Band, Beta Delta Rho.

REX L. WEISINGER

JAMES

Lufkin, Texas

HILLIARD

Boys'

Glee

Boys'

Chorus,

Men's Gospel

Glee Club, A l pha Delta R h o .

Gamma

French

Club,

Team,

Mixed

Men's

LUCILLE BROCK

Temple, Texas Gospel

Chorus,

Club,

Delta

RAY SHERRILL

M u l eshoe, Texas M i xed

G i r ls'

Team,

Delta

Gospel

Team,

Rho.

Bethany, Oklahoma Beta

French

Club,

Alpha

Delta

Rho.

Rho.

A . E. HOFFPAUIR

WINNIE MAE HIRE

CLETUS WININGER

JOE McCLUNG

Bethany, Oklahoma

Duncan, Oklahoma

Duncan, Oklahoma

Harmon, Oklahoma

Men's

Gospel

Delta Rho.

Team,

Seta

Alpha Delta

Rho.

Alpha

Delta

Rho.

Men's Delta

Gospel

Team,

Beto

Rho.

Page

Thi rty-Seven

Beta

DOUGLAS RIDINGS

MARY LEE CAMPBELL

Bethany, O k l ahoma

Granite, O k l ahoma

Delta

Rho.

G i r ls' Delta

LAWRENCE SNELL Bethany, O k lahoma Beta

Delta

Rho.

Gospel

Team,

Gamma

Rho.

LEONA FORBES Buffalo G i r ls' Delta

Gospel Rho.

Gap,

Texas

Team,

Gamma

OSCAR

DE LOS BECK Dodge

C i ty,

Neodesha,

Kansas

Men's Gospel Team! Gamma

Men's

Delta

Delta Rho.

Rho.

Gospel

BALL Kansas Team,

Alpha

RUTH SHOCKEY

RAYMOND STEVENSON

Albuquerque, New M e x i co

Cabot, Arkansas

Gamma Delta Rho.

Band,

Orchestra,

C l ub, Gamma Delta

French Rho.

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WHITFIELD

WILCOX

Bethany, Oklahoma Reveille

Echo,

Team, Alpha

Men's Gospel Delta

MARVIN JOHNSON

MARlDEL HARDING

Bethany, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

Alpha

ZUMA

Rho.

Gospel

Alpha

Texas

Delta Rho.

Team,

HARDING

Bethany, Oklahoma Beta

Rho.

Men's

Gospel

Team,

JOE ANDERSON

CLIFFORD Lissie,

Texas

Gospel

Team,

Men's

Gospel

Delta Rho.

French

Club, Beta Delta Rho.

Chestervi l l e, Texas

COZBY

Stamford,

F a l ls, Texas

Men's Gospel Team, Gamma Delta

Girls' Delta

JACK DURHAM W i ch i ta

Delta Rho.

Rho.

WHITCOMB

Team,

Beta

Men's

WIESE

French

Club, Gamma Delta Rho.

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Thirty-N ine

PAUL W. MOORES Bethany, Arrow

RUTH

Okl ahoma

Staff,

Reveille

G i r ls'

Echo, French Club, A l足

SMITH

MYRTLE HERRICK

HAROLD THEUS

O k l ahomc

Johnson, Kansas

Bethany, Oklahoma

C.

Edmond,

Gospel

Gamma

Delta

Team,

A lpha

Delta

Rho.

Rho.

Men's

Gospe l

Gamma

Delta

Team, Rho.

pha Delta Rho.

ALDEN D. GRIM

ElMA P. GRIM

Bethany, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

Men's Alpha

Gospel Delta

Team, Rho.

A l ph a

Delta

Rho.

BARBARA SWARTZENDRUBER Hydro,

Oklahoma

G i r ls' Gospel Team, A l 足 p h a Delta

Rho.

MARTHA EYSTER Hydro,

Oklahoma

VERNOl Newton,

Girl's Gospel Team, Al足

Reveille

pha

Gospel

Delta

Rho.

STAHLY Kansas

Echo,

Men's

Team,

Boys'

Glee Club, Mixed Cho足 rus, Gamma Delta Rho.

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HENRY POTEET

Debate,

Gamma

VERA

PAULINE KOPCHO

Rotan, Texas

York, Alpha

Delta

Delta

OLIVER NEWSOM

McCORMICK

Frederick,

Britton, Oklahoma

Nebraska

Men's

Gamma Delta Rho.

Rho.

Gospel

Team,

Beta Delta R h o .

Rho.

DALLAS BAGGETT Bentonvi lie, Arkansas Men's

Gospel

French

Club,

Delta

Oklahoma

Rho.

Team, Gamma

ALICE

HERD

Tangier, Oklahoma Girls' Gamma

Gospel Delta

Team, Rho.

LOIS Oklahoma Alpha

LEHMAN City,

Delta

Rho.

Okla.

BEULAH LOWE Caldwell, Orchestra,

Kansas Girls'

Club,

Mixed

Girls'

Gospel

French

Club,

Glee

HARVEY

Il linois

Band, Ministerial Assn.,

Chorus,

Men's

Team,

Alpha

Gamma

HUMBLE

V i l l a Grove,

Gospel Delta

Team,

Rho.

Delta Rho.

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T HE

J. Glenn Gould

AYC OCK

L E C T U R E S

A. E. Sanner

For the third successive year The Aycock Lecture Series has proved to be a great benefit to the students of Bethany- Peniel College. The high precedent set by the pre­ vious lecturers was ably followed in the fall series, October 14- 18, by the Reverend J. Glenn Gould, pastor of the First Church of the Nazarene, Baltimore, Maryland. Again in the spring lectures, February 17 -21, the Reverend A. E. Sanner, superintendent of the South­ ern California District, measured up to all expectations. The Reverend Mr. Gould based his talks on the missionary aspects of Christianity. He spoke daily to the student body at the chapel hour; at three o'clock each afternoon he lectured especially to the ministerial students. Probably his most generally remem­ bered lecture was his first. He brought out the necessity of a Christian student's need of an adequate preparation and the trouble caused by short and easy cuts to success; the necessity of a "heart-crushing experience" to teach how to fail and still be faithful; the necessity of being humble and of keeping Christ ever in the foreground. Mr. Gould is a scholar of outstanding ability and an author of prominence on various subjects of interest to the Nazarene movement. He is a member of the executive commit­ tee of the N. Y. P. S. and takes an active part in young people's work in eastern churches of the Nazarene denomination. The Reverend Mr. Sanner used practical Christianity as the theme for his lectures. He placed the subject so enticingly before the students as to keep them in an enthus­ iastic attitude. He mixed. common sense with rei igious truths and delivered them in a straight- forward and positive manner. Reverend Mr. Sanner is an optimist. His lectures which caused most comments concerned the three dangers of attending a holiness college. He explained that students might fail to take advantage of the opportunities surround­ ing them, they might lose their experience through neglect, or might fall in love.

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...

The Sophomore CLass

Ray Crooks

President (Deceased)

Ray Simpson -

First Vice- President

Alton Atteberry -

Second Vice- President

Letha Stahly -

Secretary-Treasurer

Page

Farty-Three

ALTON

RAY SIMPSON

ATTEBERRY

Abilene,

Ccnway,

Texas

Arkansas LETHA STAHLY Newton, Kansas

EDNA

MARY VIRGINIA

BRECHBILL

MOORE

Woodbine,

Sen Antonio,

Kansas

Texas OSCAR REED, Kansas City, M i ssouri

HELEN McSHANE

WILLO MAY

Colorado Springs,

CALLAWAY

Colorado

Waco, Texas NORMAN

WALKER

Bethany, Oklahoma

KATHERYNE DAVIS

IRENE HILL

Bethany,

J o nes,

Oklahoma

Oklahoma WENDELL

LILLENAS

Kansas Ci ty, Mi ssouri

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RUSSELL

ANDERSON

ALFRED SULLIVAN

Elgin,

Bethany,

I l linois

Oklahoma INEZ LACKEY Hoffman, Oklahoma

CLARICE PYLES

LUCILLE SCHULDT

Povo,

F t . Lauderdale,

F lorida

Flarida ORLIE

WALKER

Konawa, Oklahoma

IRENE

HOLLOWAY

RHODA SPRUCE

Topeka,

F loresvi l ie,

Kansas

Texas LORENZO McNALL Densmore, Kansas

JOYCE

BROWN

MARY SANDLIN

Altus,

Henryetta,

Oklahoma

Oklahoma FRANCIS WAGES Houston, Texas

Page

Forty- Fi v e

HAROLD

VELMAR HENDRIX

MORRIS

Beggs,

Cushing,

Oklahoma

Oklahoma DOROTHY SHELOR Bi l l ings, Montana

GRACE

KITTlE MAE

THOMPSON

Bethany,

STOCKETT

Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma KATHERINE JERNIGAN Bethany, Oklahoma

VERDIE

MARGARET

MAE

WHITE

BRACKEN

Oklahoma City,

Beatrice,

Oklahoma

Nebraska MARGARET JANSSEN Blanchard, Oklahoma

WAL LACE BOHLKE

FRED PATZEL

Kenesaw,

Madison,

Nebraska

Nebraska

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IDELL TAYLOR

GLADYS WI LLIAMS

Holl i s,

W i c h i ta ,

Oklahoma

Kansas

MILTON

LOUIS

DODSON

PEROT

Converse,

Bentonville,

Louisiana

Arkansas WINNIE B. HOLLAND Erick, Oklahoma

MILDRED DAVIS

LOUISE SIMMONS

Springdale,

Woodward,

Arkansas

Oklahoma MINERVA LEAGUE Mutual, Oklahoma

FRANCES

LOUISE HASLET

COLQUITT

Fairbury,

Wellington,

Nebraska

Kansas HELEN HASLET Wel lington, Kansas

JULIUS

PAUL FAUSS

SCHNEIDER

Mankato,

Bethany,

Kansas

Oklahoma RUTH INGRIM Wichita, Kansas

IRENE HAIR Wichita

Foils,

Texas

Page

Forty-Seven

ESTELL ROBINSON

MAURICE GATES

La J unta,

Bethany,

Colorado

Oklahoma RO BERTA BERRY Bethany, Oklahoma

ANNIE LOIS

THELMA

WEST

HENDERSON

Bethany,

I ota,

Oklahoma

Louisiana PAUL GRAY V i l on i a , Arkansas

RUTH CORLEY

FERN STROUD

Bethany,

EI Reno,

Oklahoma

Oklahoma JOE TURNIPSEED Weir, M i ssi ssippi

GEORGIA

BOWEN

PEARL

M c K inny,

Oklahoma

Texas SAMUEL MANNING Cushing, Oklahoma

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STEI NMEYER Norman,

qhe Freshman Class

Fred McConnell -

President

Cloyton Simmons

Vice- President

I mogene Dawson

Secretary-Treasurer

Thane Minor -

Freshman King

Margaret Camfield -

Freshman Queen

Poge

Forty-Nine

FRED McCONNELL, Topeka, Kansas IMOGENE DAWSON, Bethany, Oklahoma MARGARET CAMFIELD, Ham lin, Texas CLAYTON

SIMMONS,

Homi ny,

O k lahoma

CLEO GESTRING, Olathe, Kansas THANE MINOR, Bethany, Oklahoma RALPH DAVIDSON, Wichita, Kansas EDNA MAUDE BLACK, Bethany, Oklahoma

GLENN HICKS, D a l las, Texas ELIZABETH FITZ, To Ming

Fu, Hopei, Ch ina

IRMA FITZ, To M i ng F u , Hopei, Ch;na JULIAN BIGGERS, Bethany, Oklahoma

ELIZABETH BRIENT, E I Paso, Texas PAUL MACRORY, Bethany, Oklahoma CHARLES SMit H, Bethany, Oklahoma EVELYNE CONROY,

Houston, Texas

FRANCIS FRENCH, Bethany, Oklahoma SARA FLEMING, Dalias, Texas AVA LOU HALL, Ponca City, Oklahoma EVERETT GARRISON, Bethany, Oklahoma

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GRANT STOCKTON, Enid, Oklahoma ILENE NIXON, Raymondv i l le, Texas MARJORIE STEVENSON, Cabot, Arkansas YVONNE RO BIDEAUX, Crowley,

Louisiana

ALENE WELCH, Mt. View, Oklahoma BAZIL HIGHLEY, M e l rose, New Mexico PARALEE HARRISON, A ltus, Oklahoma NELLIE HARRISON, A ltus, Oklahoma

IMA GRANT HOSMER, Sayre, Oklahoma CHLOE GRIFFIN, Sherman, Texas HENRY ENNS, Hooker, Oklahoma MARY MILLER, Tri n i dad, Colorado

RUBY LANHAM, Woodward, Oklahoma FRANCIS TAYLOR, Bethany, Oklahoma DOROTHY BRANNON, Borger, Texas HALLIE BRANNON, Borger, Texas

WESLEY SHERRILL, Bethany, Oklahoma VERNOCIA SHERRILL, Bethany, Oklahoma EDNA HUSKEY, Ryan, Oklahoma RUTH HALL, Stillwater, Oklahoma

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ORSON EVANS, Wichita, Kansas LELA MAE SHAFFER, Seminole, Oklahoma ROY RAY, Trinidad, Colorado IRENE ROLAND, S u blette, Oklahoma

LORENE GRANT, Grand Saline, Texas PAUL BOULET, Indian Bayou, Louisiana VIOLA REESE, Wann, Oklahoma ORVAN ELROD, Bethany, Oklahoma

ELZER LLOYD, Vi lonia, Arkansas MARY RUTH MOORES, Bethany, Oklahoma ROY EAGAN, Bethany, Oklahoma VIOLET MANNING, Cushing, Oklahoma

RUTH WALLACE, T u l o rsosa, New Mexico LOWELL LANKFORD, Cabot, Arkansas RENA HILL, Davenport, Oklahoma ROY POOLE, H o l l is, Oklaho�a

SPURGEON LYNN, B i g Spring, Texas LUCILLE BRANSON, Bentonville, Arkansas RAY ALDRIDGE, Wellington, Texas ADA NICE, Kingfisher, Oklahoma

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PAUL RICE, Bethany, Oklahoma VIOLA ASKI�, Hagerman, New Mexico MARGARET

RA�SBARGER,

B a l l i nger,

Texas

CHARLES BOYER, Neodisha, Kansas

DORIS REED, I ota, Lou i siana DWIGHT MEREDITH, Harper, Kansas WILLARD BREATHWIT, Hugo, Oklahoma DOROTHY VA�DERFORD, Albuquerque, New Mexico

GEORGE SEATO�, Topeka, Kansas REBA KIRBY, W i nter Haven, F lo r i da ROSE KIRBY, W i nter Haven,

Florida

z . D . ATES, Bethany, Oklahoma

LOIS DE��EY, N e o d i sha, Kansas MILFORD SODOWSKY, B lackwel l , Oklahoma PAUL LAIS, Topeka, Kansas RUTH BRA�DYBERRY, E I Reno, Oklahoma

ELDRIDGE �ICCUM, Davenport, Oklahoma PEARL McA�ICH, B l ackwe l l , Oklahoma ETHEL McA�ICH, B l ackwell, Oklahoma ER�EST GARRETT, Cushi ng , Oklahoma

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MARGARET AVERY, Knowles, Oklahoma NAOMI BE BOUT, Clear Water, Kansas MAYDA SMALL, Burkburnette, Texas DEUAL WOODS, Tell, Texas

LUCENA DeGROODT, Bethany, Oklahoma HARRIETTE BAILEY, Bethany, Oklahoma FELIX HOCKER, Lubbock, Texas RUTH BRUCE, Canadian, Texas

LONA WEBB, Pearl, Texas GLENN BARTON, Semi nole, Oklahoma E,DNA BOEHM, Medford, Oklahoma VIRGINIA DAVIS, Springdale, Arkansas

RUTH LEGG, Bethany, Oklahoma HELEN LARSON, Omaha, Nebraska ROME INGLE, Erick, Oklahoma MARY LOUISE THOMPSON, E I Reno, Oklo,

ESTELLA JANTZ, Chanute, Kansas DORA DOZIER, Chanute, Kansas OPHELIA PAYNE, Bethany, Oklahoma JOHN INGLE, Erick, Oklahoma

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SPECIAL STUDEnTS

SEconD SEmESTER STUDEnTS

Page

Fifty-Five

S P E C I A L

STU D E N TS

OLIVER MORGAN I ntensive M i n isterial I n d ianapo l i s, I ndiana RUTH MORGAN F i n e Arts I ndianapolis, Indiana EUNICE BROWN Fine Arts Houston, Texas HOWARD BROWN I ntensive M i n i ster i a l Houston, Texes

ESSIE GELLER I ntensive M i n isterial Bethany, Oklahoma

J. W. GELLER I ntensive M i n i ster i a l Bethany, Oklahoma

C. F. LaFERNEY I ntensive M i n isterial Bethany, Oklahoma CORA LaFERNEY F i ne Arts Bethany, Oklahoma

KENNETH HARPER College Spec i a l Bethany, Oklahoma THELMA ISAACS College Spec i a l P o n c a City, Oklahama KATHRYN CAMFIELD F i ne Arts Bethany, Oklahoma HARRIS CREECH F i n e Arts Bethany, Oklahoma

MARGARET GOSSVENER I n tensive M i nisterial Bethany, Oklahoma ROY McGONAGILL College Spec i a l Pasadena, Cal i fornia PAUL BRANDYBERRY Intensive M i n isterial Bethany, Oklahoma DALE DARWIN College Spec i a l V i rg i n ia, Nebraska

ALEX DUKE College Spec i a l Bethany, Oklahoma RUBY DALLAS College Spec i a l Bethany, Oklahoma JUNE ALEXANDER College Special Bethany, Oklahoma R. A. McCORMICK I ntensive M i nisterial Britton, Oklahoma

MADLYN COLLIER I ntensive M i n isterial Tulsa, Oklahoma PAULA WARNICK Fine Arts Houston, Texas ESTHER WARNICK F i ne Arts Houston, Texes RUTH WARNICK F i ne Arts Houston, Texas

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S P E C I A L

S T U D E N T S

DEWEY MORGAN Intensive M i n iste r i a l Goldcnna, Loui siana THELMA HO BGOOD I n tensive M , i nister i a l H o t Springs, Arkansas DRUSILLA HUTCHISON Col lege Spe c i a l Grady, N e w Mexico A . L . BRASWELL I ntensive M i nister i a l Bethany, O k lahoma

RUTH DYE College Specia l Akron, O h i o W. L. GLEATON I n te n sive Min i steri a l Ta l lassee, Alabama JOHN PERRYMAN Intensive M i nisterial Harrah, Oklahoma BEATRICE PIERCE I ntensive M i niste r i a l M a r l ow, Oklahoma

LEONARD STOVER I ntensive Ministerial Bethany, Oklahoma MIRIAM SHORT F i n e Arts Bethany, Oklahoma SADIE BOUNDS Col lege Specia l Bethany, Oklahoma SAMUEL MUSIC I ntensive M i n i sterial Bethany, Oklahoma

LETA MAYE CURNUTT Col lege Spe c i a l Macomb, Oklahoma RAYMOND LEOPARD I ntensive /v\i n i st e r i a l Bethany, Oklahoma DEWEY PACE I ntensive M i n i sterial Bethany, Oklahoma RUTH McNEFF C o l lege Specia l Tuttle, Oklahoma

VERA BLACK F i ne Arts Bethany, Oklahoma MARY SMITH F i n e Arts Bethany, Oklahoma MYRTLE CARGILL F i n e Arts Bethany, Oklahoma EUGENIA WEST Col lege Special Jasper, Alabama

VERA HOFFPAUIR F i ne Arts Bethany, Oklahoma EMMA RICHERT Col lege Special Bethany, Oklahoma DORTHY RIDINGS F i n e Arts Bethany, Oklahoma LEONA McCONNELL C o l lege Spe c i a l Bethany, Oklahoma

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SP E C I A L

S T U D E � T S

MAURICE HALL Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma RUDE�E HALL Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma BETTY JA�E KILLE BREW Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahama PAUL CORLETT Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma

RUTH CARROLL HILDIE F i n e Arts Bethany, Oklahoma JU�IOR FAUSS Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma CLETOUS LA FER�EY JR. F in e Arts Bethany, Oklahoma ELEA�OR FORT�ER F i ne Arts Bethany, Oklahoma

HOWARD SHOCKEY F i n e Arts Albuquerque, New Mexico MATTIE PEARL HE�SLEY F i n e Arts Bethany, Oklahoma FRA ...CES HE ...SLEY Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma WILLIAM GLEATO'" F i n e Arts Tallassee, Alabama

LUDEA ... THOMAS F i ne Arts Bethany, Oklahoma LY ...... LOWMA� Fine Arts Bethany, O k lahoma J. W. LOWMA ... JR. Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma MARJORIE GRIM F ine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma

DA ...IEL YARBROUGH Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma GUYO ... YARBROUGH Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma ESTHER YARBROUGH F i ne Arts Bethany, Oklahoma JOE YARBROUGH Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma

MARY CAVENER Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma VIRGINIA TIDWELL Fine Arts Bethany, Oklahoma

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S E C O N D

S E M E ST E R

ST U D E NT S

MERRI TT SWIM Bethany, Oklahoma Sophomore JOSEPHINE CRAWFORD Topanga, C a l i fornia Sophomore THEDA AT TABERRY Abilene, Texas Freshman EUG�NE WA TSON Blackwell, Oklahoma Junior

ANSEL GUNTER Little Rock, Arkansas I ntensive M i n i st e r i a l FRANCES �LLEN GUNTER L i tt l e Rock, Arkansas I ntensive M i n i ster i a l MARJORIE BROWN I ( onsas C i ty, Missouri Col lege Special JOHN SHOR T Bethany, Oklahoma Freshman

KATHERYN RUDER Pasadena, California Sophomore EDNA PHILLIPS Colorado Springs, Colorado Freshman EUNICE PHILLIPS Colorado Springs, Colorado Freshman JENNIE HUSE Cranf i l l Gap, Texas Sophomore

MILDRED CULWELL Hedley, Texas Sophomore H. H. S PENCER Dal las, Texas Sophomore WAYNE SEARS Norman, Oklahoma Freshman CLARA VIRGINIA TA TE Bethany, Oklahoma Col lege Special

FRANKLIN KEESEE Ropesville, Texas Freshman GERALDINE WHI TAKER Ham l i n , Texas Freshman PEARL MORRIS Ham l i n , Texas Freshman JOHN SEAL Stillwater, Oklahoma Sophomore

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Fifty-Nine

S E C O N D

S E M E S T E R

S T U D E N T S

MARY FRANCES WIESE Lufkin, Texas Freshman MACIE WILCOX Winnsboro, Texas F i ne Arts ONETA WRIGHT S u l phur, Oklahoma Freshman ERNESTINE STEPHENSON Headrick, Oklahoma Fresh m a n

DALPH NEWCOMB Fai rfax, Oklahoma Intensive Ministerial MATTIE EMMA AYTES Bethany, Oklahoma Freshm a n WALTER CAMP Wellington, Texas Freshman MAXINE BAL DWIN Bethany, Oklahoma Freshman

FAYE ROBI NSON Perryton, Texas Sophomore ERNEST ORTON Cherokee, Oklahoma Sophomore RUTH ONETH Rogersv i l le, M i ssouri College Special R. L. PITTMAN Bethany, Oklahoma Fine Arts

ELSIE LAEGER Wichita, Kansas Freshman BERTHA MORSE Trent, South Dakota Junior LORETA MORSE Trent, South Dakota Sophomore VIRGINIA HOAG Bethany, Oklahoma Fine Arts

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lYe old h angout"

FEATURES

...

most Valuable Students

RUTH

LA N G

C A R E Y CAM P B E L L

With the thought i n mind that a student's personal contribution to a school i s the best criterion of his value to that school, the students of B ethany- Peniel College elected a boy and girl whom they considered to have contributed most by assuming their share of both social and scholastic responsibil i ty in school li fe. Ruth Lang and Carey C ampbell, both seniors, were adjudged as outstanding for this honor. Thirteen boys and the same number of girl s, representing the three upper classes, were n om inated by the student body. In the election Carey Campbell and Ruth Lang placed first, and the six boys and six girls re足 ceiving the highest number of votes were chosen as the school Favorites. Thus all were chosen on the same merits. R uth Lang stands out from the other young women of the school in the service she has rendered. U nlike most women she does her gossi ping in the open, and to prove that the students I ike it they have made her editor of the Reveille E c h o for two years. Ruth is famous for the rapidity w i th which she covers the di stance between two poi nts, and she is always going places-to get things done. She is a talented piani st and an ex足 cellent scholar, and will r eceive her A. B . i n chemistry this spring. Carey Cam pbell with his indomitable personality has led the stu足 dent body progressively through this year as president of the Student Council. He is a great proponent of reforms and loves an argument on social conditions. If anything is going on you can find him there. For the past three years he has sung with the College Male Quartet. His life has been lived in different parts of the world, and his varied experiences have made him a colorful character. Page

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F A V O R I T E S Buddy Camfield with h i s in­ comparoble s m i l e hos disployed his genius by a l most sin g l e­ h a nded l y brin g i ng this ed i t i on of the A r row i n to existence.

Mrs. Ka thryn Camfie l d , the favorite l i bra r i a n , i s our ideo of 0 l a dy. She is now being accredited w i th ma king her Buddy a gen t l e m a n .

C l a r i ce P y l e s mig h t b e c a l led the femi n i n e N a p o l eon of scho­ l asticism from the way she conquers her A's. We hope she never meets her Water­ !oa.

B a rrett Kirby is a product of the local c h a p ter of T a m m a ny H a l l ( Kr u m H o u se l . H e has p roved h i s executive abi l i ty b y a c t i n g as president of a num­ ber of student org a n i za tions.

Forrest N osh started out b l o w ­ i n g a cornet and t h e n b l ew a n d b l e w u n t i l h e blew h i mse l f in as co l l ege bandmaster, and a fine one he ma kes.

Letha Sta h l y may be the w i fe of Professor El mer, b u t she does n ' t l e t tha t i n terfere with doing a n y kind of j ob you m ig h t suggest.

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F AV O R I T E S Edna Brechbi I I may be j u st a miniature model but her ways sum up to m a ke o n ideol model for most of us to cOpy after.

Mark Moore -- the l i vel i est , friendliest, and most energetic as wel l as the youngest of the Krums, h a s earned his p l ace as a favorite by his apprec i a ­ tion of others' r i g h ts .

Whitfi e l d Wi lcox has a n a l ias with a double mea n i ng, for it is h e who writes the Reveille Echo I ma h Purist c o l u m n, and he is manager of Wilcox L a u n ­ d r y incorporated.

Justine Bu rton is the co-ed boss a t the Annex a n d ma kes a mighty good assist a n t to the college ma tron . Her sympa ­ thetic perso n a l ity ma kes her the girls' confidant.

Rubye Lee Show i s a south ­ erner , s idea of personification o f femi n i ne qualities. She has the c h a racteri stic p l easant per­ sona l i ty w i th a decided i nde­ oendence.

Curt Sm i th , the fe l l ow with a sl eeve fu l l af subtle j okes for se l f amusement, is to be con ­ gra tulated for the m a n ner i n which h e h a s led his c l ass th rough their strenuous j u nior and sen i o r years.

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S i x t y - Five

Prexy, etc . . . . The Fool . . . No mon', no fun . . . Now, ch ildren. Co-eds . . . Ad. Sui I d i n g . . Theologians . . . May Queens. Ah, those eyes . . . The "Maes" . . . Skipper . . . Lunch sacks . . . Stand by, J oe . Move i t or p a r k it . . . T h e line-up . . . c . c . C. Sunny weother . . . Hi Mother . . . U n hea rd-of Quartet.

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Hil l B i l l i e s . . . Lonesome . . . The R ice J r . . . . Poosh' em up Tony. We four, no more . . " Now up in I l l i no i s" . . . Yoo hoo, E l me r . . . Dorm. Ye o l d Campus . . . They must be O. K. Dear, deer, dear . . . G u a rd i a n . . . a f i l l e r . . . Extre m ists . . . Goon sisters.

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Going up . . . Theus, watch J u l i an Fi- nartz Some more R i ce. "C lean i ng and Press i n g " . . P i c k e r - uppers. Leon hard, fel l ows . . Razorbocks . . Da l l as New Mex . . . Big Krum Three Dabs . . . Seven m o r e hours, Vel . . . . T h e Steinwoy. Studying) hum m ! . . Gid -da- up. Pag i ng, J oe . . . Soup's on . . . Grow up kids . . . Short, e h )

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. Stop, l ook, and) . . . House of H a ppiness. Annexers . Pistol Pete . . The C a m pbel l s Beg i nn i ng early Accordion M a n . . . Beheaded. Standa rd-bearers . . . Ring i t, sister . . . Sooners. Moore, H i ll, Smith . . . J us t o n " Echo" . . . Moil time suppress it . . . O l d Faithfu l : Look, Peggy . . . C l eaned up . . . Postmasters . . . F l a . smiles.

Po.ge Sixty. N i n e

I ncidenta l l y, M r . S m i th . . . J a y H a w kers . . . Day is done. N i ce team wo r k . . . Hueyana . . . Alone. Seniors can t a ke i t . . . Come down P h i l osopher. Propaganda . . . J im m i e ' s H eritage. Big shots . Longhorns . . H e re we are, boys . . Anticipating. Dorm brood . . . Bac kwards . . . Satan . M r s . B uddy.

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N ortherners . . . Tammany . . . Reaching h i g h . E v e r there, J oe? . . . I n action . . . E l even - twenty. Over the seas . . . Corn H uskers Co l l eg e capers " Fresh man? . . . Behind the carpet . . . Rev. and Mrs.

Calif. The end.

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Call it a tie . . . Ath l e tic minded . . . Seniors . . . Swing i t . . . Dr. B . . You're o u t . . . Sophs . . . " Bird i e ? " Two poi n ts . . . H a rper . . . Fogged

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Wo i tin' m y turn. Rocketeers U ndefeot路oble. out

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F I ing it.

"Gon e but not forgotten "

F InE ARTS

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...

Fine Arts Department

WALTER J. H I L D I E Dean of Piano GERT R U D E P E N D ERGRAFT TAYLOR Head of Speech Department

ALL I N E SWA N N Head of Theory Depo rtment

B ETTY T. H I LD I E Head ot Voice Departmen t

ALAN B . S M I T H Head of Viol i n Department Page Seventy-Five

P I A N O

D E PA R TM E N T

Pi a no E n se mb

Left t o R i qh t : W i l la Mae C a l laway, Barrett K i rby, J oyce BroNn, Charles Boyer, Mered i t h , Mary S m i t h , E . R. Camfield, Ruth Lang, Mary V i r g i n i a Moore, I rene

S . H . Bundy, Margaret M i d d leton, H i l l , Estelle Jantz, Donald Beaver.

Bethany- Peni el College employs two outstanding teachers in the piano Professor Walter J . Hildie is completing his second year as department. Mrs. Alline Swann came to the college head of the piano department. this year from Southern Methodist U niversity at Dallas, Texas, She teaches music theory and is assistant piano teacher. Something new in piano work was introduced this year by Professor Hildie when an e i ght- piano ensemble with two performers at each piano played an evening program. A group of singers and the viol in quartet assisted on the program, making an ensemble affair throughout. Sixty­ five performers appeared in this recital. As a means of encouraging her serious students to more diligent work, Mrs. Swann is offering a scholarship to be awarded at the end of each semester. The award, which includes two lessons per week for a ful l semester, is given on the basis of musical capacity and earnest sin­ cere work. Mrs. Swann i s making this scholarship possible and at the end of each semester chooses from her students the one most outstand­ ing in talent and faithful work. Elizabeth Fitz was awarded the scholar­ ship at the end of the first semester of the 193 5 - 3 6 school year. Approximately seventy- five students are enrolled in the piano de­ partment including college and public school students. Eight pupils are under, practice teachers supervi sed by Mrs. Swann. These practice teach­ ers are from the theory class in piano teaching. Professor H ildie presented three students in certificate recital s. Don­ ald Beaver and Ruth Lang played programs that complete their certi fi cate requirements while Will o Mae Call away played her junior certificate re­ cital.

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S P E EC H

D E PA RTM E N T

M rs. Mend e l l Tay lor, speec h head, spen t h e r f i rs t yea r i n B e t h a ny- P e n i e l Col l ege in 1 935- 3 6. D u r i n g t h i s yea r new cou rses have been added in debate a n d speech . The f i e l d of speech i n c l udes four phases : i n terpret a t i on , d ra ma t i cs, speech a nd debate. Work in i n terpreta t i on and d ra m a t i c s has been in the col l eg e c u r r i c u l u m in past yea rs. C l ass wor k in the phases of speech and debate i n c l udes new cou rses i n t rod uced t h i s yea r by M r s . Tay l o r . Records show that in the post two semesters a tota l of one h u nd red and th i rteen students have taken e i ther c l ass or p r ivate work i n speec h . D u r i n g th i s f i rs t year of i n ter-co l l eg i ate debate i n Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege, tea ms rep­ resen ted the col l eg e i n the tournaments a t W i nf i e l d , Kansas; C h i c kasha, O k l a h o m a ; and D u ra n t, O k l a h o m a . One tea m won the f i rs t i n ter-co l l e g iate debate at home by w i n n i ng the dec i s ion f ro m M c M u r ry Col l eg e of A b i l e n e , Texas, in M a r c h . Twen ty- two students c a me o u t for debate. The e i g h t that made the tourna ment tea ms were Osc a r Reed, M a r k Moore, A l a n S m i th , H e n ry Poteet, A l ton Atteberry, John Sea l , Joseph i ne C raw­ ford, a n d Max i ne B a l d w i n . Osca r Reed i s the student d i rector of debate. The students i n d r a m a t i c s have g iven th ree one-act p l ays a n d one fu l l even i n g prod uc t i on . " C h i l d ren of the Moon o r of God " i s the three-act departmen ta l p l ay g iv­ en in the e a r l y s p r i n g . Lea d i ng ro l es were ca r r ied by Thane M i nor, H a r r i s C reech, Mrs. E l iza beth H e r re l l , a n d Josep h i n e C rawfo r d . A major pa rt of the l i b ra ry benef i t pro­ g ra m was the o n e - a c t p l ay, " Ba rg a i n s i n Ca thay. " The two other one-act p l ays made up the l a s t pub l ic prog ram f ro m the speech depa rtmen t . These p l ays on Apr i l 24 were both cente red about the theme of the c ross. I n the phase of i n terpreta t ion, twen ty-one students e n ro l l ed for c l ass work wh i l e twen ty- two students took pr ivate l essons . From th i s g ro u p fou r s t udents were presen t ­ e d i n rec i ta l . H a r r i s C reech, w h o rec e i ves h is c e r t i f i ca t e t h i s yea r, gave h i s sen ior rec i ta l f ro m the works o f Van Dyke. I n her j u n i o r cert i f i c a t e p rog ram F ra nces W i s l e r gave i n ­ terpreta t ions o f c l a s s i c poetry a n d prose. H a rvey H u m b l e a n d M a r i d e l H a rd i ng i n c l uded a o n e - a c t rel i g ious p l a y i n the i r j o i n t rec i ta l . When James McGraw won the c u p for second p l ace i n afte r - d i n n e r spea k i n g a t the Sava g e Fore n s i c tou rn a m e n t in D u rant, O k l ahoma, h e a l so won the d i s t i nc t ion of be­ ing t h e f i rs t to b r i n g a cup to this campus from another col l eg e in the state. Mr. Mc­ G raw represen ted the c o l l eg e a t the tournament both in after- d i n ner and extempo ra ­ neous spea k i n g .

Fi r s

First row ' Mark Moore, Norman Walker, Second row : Mrs. Mendell Taylor, coach; v i ser.

Oscar Reed, Barrett K i rby, Alton Atteberry. The l m a Hensley, Clayton S i m mons, Maridel

H a r d i ng,

P rofessor Fred

Floyd,

ad-

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TH E

Personnel of

quartet,

V I OL I N

Q U A RT ET

A l a n B. S m i t h , Ruth Brandyberry, C larence Grothaus, D i rector, Mrs. Al l i n e Swann. Accompanist, Ruth Lang .

T H E

V I O L I N

and

Thelma

Isaacs.

D E P A RT M E N T

The v i o l i n q u a rtet i s the med i u m t h rough wh i c h the v i o l i n depa rt足 m e n t has made many contacts w i th t h e pu b l i c . Th i s orga n i za t i on made i ts f i rst publ i c a ppea rance p l ay i ng a g roup of Mex ican n u mbers in costu m e . The q u a rtet of v i o l i n i sts p l ayed the ass i s t i n g g ro u ps on H a r r i s Creec h's rec i ta l from t h e speech depa rtmen t . An ea r l i e r a ppea rance was i n con 足 nect i on w i th t h e e n se m b l e prog r a m . Other a ppea rances were made on the rad io a n d i n c h a pe l . The students from t h e v i o l i n depa rtment have taken the i r pl aces i n t h e .col l eg e o rc h estra, m a k i n g for a dependa b l e sec t ion of s t r i ngs. Alan B . S m i th , v i o l i n p rofessor, i s p l a y i n g f o r t h e second yea r w i th t h e O k l a 足 homa C i ty S i nfon i a . T h i s g ives h i s students an i n s i g h t i n to t h e w o r k of the outsta n d i n g s t r i ng ense m b l e of the state. The students of g rade school age studyi ng d uced to t h e eas i er c l a s s i c compos i t i ons. Much you n g e r s tudents i s confi ned to stud io rec i t a l s . these p u p i l s a re rec e i v i n g , t h ey w i l l form the d e pa rtment i n the nea r f u t u re .

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v i o l i n h a ve been i n tro足 of t h e p l a y i n g of these W i t h t h e early tra i n i n g fou nda t i on fo r a s t rong

C O L L E G E

Lester Dunn

Carey

Brawn

Paul

J ack Durham

Campbell

C O L L E G E

J oyce

Q U A R T E T

WOM E N 'S

I rene

Halloway

Brandyberry

Q U A R T E T

Mary

V i rg i n i a

Moore

W i l l a Mae Callaway

P age

Seventy- N i n e

C O L L EG E

C H O I R

First row : Kenneth H a rper, Fronc i s Wages, Este l l Rob i n son, Vernol Lowell Lonkford, Rome I ng l e , Joe Turni!)seed, Roy McGono g i l .

Stahly,

John

I ng l e,

J ul i an

Biggers,

Second row : Ruth Brandyberry, E d n a Maude Black, I mogene Dawson, A d a N ice, E l i zabeth Fitz, I rma Fitz, Mary Bales, Mrs. E n i ce Brown, Cleo Gestring, Edna Brechb i l l , Ruth Bruce, Helen Larson, D a l e Darwin, Lela Mae Shaffer. T h i rd row : Lona Webb, Estel l a Jantz, Thelma West, Edna Boehm, Sara F l e m i ng , Margaret Ransbarger, I rene Hi l l , Rhoda Spruce, Walter J. H i ld i e ( d i rector ) , Paralee Harrison, T h e l m a I saacs, Ruth Mc Neff, Yvonne Robideaux, I lene N i xon, Helen McShane, Letha Stah ly. Fourth row : Lester Dunn, Everett Garrison, Oscar Reed, Rex Weisinger, Glenn Barton, Quentin Green, Mary V i r g i n i a Moore, Margaret M i d d l eton, Beulah Lowe, Joyce Brown, F e l i x Hocker, Carey Campbe l l , Raymond Leopard, Paul Rice, Alton Atteberry, O r l i e Walker.

The members h i p of the col l eg e c ho i r i n c l udes a l l those in the M e n ' s and Wom e n ' s G l ee C l ubs. The c o l l eg e c ho i r i s u nd e r the superv i s i on of W a l ter J. H i l d ie, accompa n i s t a nd d i rec tor. The work of th i s g ro u p d u r i ng the f i rs t semester c u l m i na ted in the C h r i s t mas c a n ta t a . The c ho i r sang the W i l son a r ra n g e ment of H a n d e l ' s o r a t o r i o " T h e M ess i a h . " T h e processiona l of robed s i ngers i n add i t i o n to the q u a rtets, so l os, a n d choruses m a d e a n i m press ive S u nday n ig h t service a t the col l eg e c h u rc h . The C o l l eg e Cho i r i n co-opera t i on w i th t h e vo i c e depa rtment made the c a n tata " Es t h e r , " by B radbu ry, the i r second semester prod u c t i o n . Fif足 teen sol o i sts took pa r t i n s i ng i n g t h e story o f Est h e r . S i xty vo i ces m a k e u p the c ho ruses. Th i s w o r k i s a n u n u s u a l f o r m of the c a n ta t a s i nce i t i s drama t i zed t h ro u g h o u t . T h e c a n tata i s u n d e r the d i rec t i on of P rofessor a n d ' M rs. Wa l ter J . H i l d i e. The g l ee c l ubs have made va r ious a ppearances d u r i n g the school yea r I n rec i ta l s as we l l as i n the servi ces of the l oc a l c h u rc h .

G L E E

M E N ' S F i rst row :

John

I ngle,

Fel i x

Hocker,

Corey

Campbell,

Rome

C L U B I n g le,

Este l l

Robinson, Alton

Atteberry.

Second row : Charles Boyer, Lowell Lankford, Julian B i ggers, Vernal Stahly, O r l i e Walker, Joe Turnipseed, Roy McGonag i l , Francis Wages, Lester Dunn. Th ird row : Raymond Leopard, Glenn Barton, Everett Garrison, Rex Weisinger, Oscar Reed, Kenneth H a rper, Paul Rice, Quen t i n Green. Walter J. H i ldie, d i rector.

WOM E N'S First row : Ruth B ruce, Parolee Harrison, B lack, I mogene Dawsont Eunice Brown.

G L E E

Lela Mae Shaffer, Ada

C L U B N ice,

Ruth

Brandyberry,

Edna

Maune

Second row : Helen Larson, I rma F i tz , Rhoda Spruce, Edna Brechbi l l , Joyce Brown, I rene H i l l , Mary V ; r ­ g i n i a Moore, I lene N ixon, L e t h a S t a h l y , Thelma I saacs, Mary B a l e s , Cleo Gestring, E l izabeth Fitz. Th i rd row : Sara Flem i ng , Lana Webb, Margaret M i ddleton, Dale Darwin, Yvonne Robideaux, Ruth McNeff, Edna Boehm, Helen McShane, Margaret Ransbarger, Beulah Lowe, Thelma West, Este l l a Jantz. Walter J. H i ldie, d i rector.

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Trumpets : Dwi ght Meredith, Glenwood Shockey, Bernard Armstrong, Roy Ray, Warren Lowman. bones: D . R . Gish, Byron Lejeune, Alton Atteberry, J . E. Moore, Rex Weisinger, Que n t i n Green. nets : A d a N ice, M r s . D. R . Gish, Helen McShane, Raymond Stevenson. Saxophones : S. H. Tuba : Oscar Reed. Marimba : Beulah Lowe. Bass : Orson Evans. Drum s : Francis Wages.

Trom足 Clari足 Bundy.

There is a p l a c e on the col l eg e ca mpus that can be fi l i ed by no other m u s ica l org a n i z a t i on t h a n the band. Only a few peo p l e yet confuse the pos i 足 t i on o f the band a n d o rchestra . The band, w i t h i ts g reater vol u me a n d i ts adapta b i l i ty to i m med i a te use, is ca l l ed u pon to provide m us i c for va r ious o u t - door prog rams a n d a t h l et i c events. On this c a m pu s the ma i n f u n c 足 t i on o f the b a n d has been t o f u rn ish the m u s i c a t s t u d e n t g a t h e r i n g s i n the f i e l d house. As a n ever fa i l i n g means of a rous i n g e n t h u s i asm the band shou l d con t i n ue to f i n d a pop u l a r p l a c e a t the c o l l eg e a t h l e t i c contests. Th i s yea r the col l eg e band has been under the g u idance of a student d i rector, Forrest N as h .

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Violins: Alan B. S m i th, Ruth Brondyberry, C l a rence Grothaus, Dole Darwi n, Thelma I saacs, Groce Fauver, R u th Long, Florence Lundy, Howard Shockey, Lynn Lowman, Marjorie Grim, M i l ford Sadowsky. Viola : Mrs. S . L . Fortner. C l a r i nets : Helen McShane, Raymond Stevenson, Mrs. D. R. Gish . Saxo足 phcne : S . H. Bundy. Marimba : Beulah Lowe. Trumpets: Forrest Nosh, D w i g h t Meredith, Glenwood Shockey, Roy Roy, Warren Lowman. Trombones: D . R. G i sh , Alton Atteberry, Glen Borton. P iano : E. R. Camfield.

U nd e r the w i d e - sw i n g i n g ba ton of M rs. A l l i n e Swa n n the c o l l ege orches足 tra has p l ayed through another school yea r, a ppea r i n g at each opportun i ty as we l l as g iv i n g the a n n u a l p rogram i n the s p r i n g . the "In the the

I n t h e ea r l y part o f t h e yea r t h e orchestra speech d e pa r t m e n t gave a n i n te rpreta t i o n of a Pers i a n Ma rket", by Kete l by. D u r i ng the represe n ta t ives from the speech d e pa r t m e n t market scene.

ass i sted b y m e mbers of the pop u l a r compos i t ion p l a y i n g of the n u mber por t rayed the a c t i o n of

The a n n u a l prog ra m i n c l uded such n u m be r s a s the Qua rtet from " R igol e t to" and "Anv i l Chorus," both by Verd i . A concert transc r i pt ion o f Stra uss' " B l ue Da n ube Wa l tzes" was a l s o p l a yed in stage set t i n g of i n ter足 preta tive col ored l i g h ts. Throughout the school term the o rc hestra has been ready to a ppea r when ca l l ed on, whether i n connec t ion w i t h Sunday School work, pub l ic rec i ta l s, or chapel prog rams.

MRS. A LL I N E SWA N N Di rector

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U N POSSESS E D

POSS ESS I O N S B y Rev. H. B . Macrory R usse l l

H . Conwe l l ,

in

his

add ress,

"Acres

of D i a monds", tel l s of a m a n in Pen n s y l va n i a who owned a f a r m in C rawford Coun ty, a n d who wrote to a cou s i n in Canada that he wou l d I i ke to 揃 enter the oil b u s i ness w i th h i m . The cou s i n repl i ed h e c o u l d not e m p l oy h i m because

he

d id

not

understand

the

b u s i ness.

"Then", sa i d he, " I w i l l u nd e rsta nd i t", a n d w i th commenda b l e z e a l

beg a n

a study of the whole

th eory of the coa l o i l s u b j ec t .

After somet i me

he wrote h i s cou s i n , "I now know a l l a bo u t o i l . I know what

i t l ooks Ii ke ;

w h a t i t s m e l l s Ii ke ;

how t o ref i n e i t, a n d w h e r e t o se l l i t . " rep l i ed t o h i m t o "come o n " .

H is cous i n

S o he s o l d h i s fa rm

in Pennsylva n i a for e i g h t h u nd red a n d th i rty-fh ree REV.

H.

B.

do l l a rs, even money, and moved to Canada.

MAC RORY

After he had gone, the fa r m e r who p u rchased wate r i n g the c a t t l e a nd fou nd the prev i o u s own e r stream of water r u n n i ng

down

t h e p roperty went to a rrange for

had

a l ready

done so.

There was a

t h e h i l l s i d e back of the b a r n ac ross w h i c h was pl aced

a p l a n k edgew ise, and at a sl i g h t a n g l e, for the pu rpose of t h row i ng to one s i de a d read足 fu l - l oo k i n g sc u m

th rough

which

the

c a t t l e wou l d not d r i n k.

Thus the m a n who had s t u d i ed a l l a b o u t the coa l o i l subj ec t h a d for twenty - th ree yea rs been da m m i n g bac k a f l ood o f o i l w h i c h the state g e o l og i s t s a i d in 1 870 was worth more

tha n

fa rm today.

one h u n d red m i l l i o n dol l a rs .

The c i ty of T i tu sv i l l e stands bod i l y u pon that

Yet the own e r so l d it for e i g h t h u n d red th i rty-th ree do l l a rs, and M r . Con 足

wel l added-no sense.

What u n possessed possess ions were h is r

What u n possessed possessions are o u r s today ! What oppo r tu n i t i es for Bethany- Pen 足 i e l Co l l eg e .

Opportu n i t i es w h i c h , i f emb raced, w i l l make poss i b l e the b u i l d i ng of one of

the g reatest i n s t i t u t i ons of i ts k i nd to be fo u n d a nywh ere. Do we have the v i s io n ;:>

A re we prepa red to go u p a t once a n d possess the l a nd;:>

The a n swer rests w i th the consti tuency of o u r educa t io n a l zone.

P a g e Eighty- Four

Th e Church

ORyAnlZATlons

ST U D E N T

C O U N C I L

Two foremost pu rposes were i n the m i nd of Ca rey Campbe l l when he was e l ected by the student body to be th e i r l eader. F i rst, he w i shed to c reate a c l oser re l a t ionsh i p b e ­ tween the student body a n d t h e fac u l ty m e m ­ bers. Secon d l y, he wan ted a m o r e c e n t ra l i zed and systemati zed orga n i z a t ion i n a l l student activi ties. I n carry i n g o u t these two s u b j ects, the student counc i l has been expl i c i t l y e ff i ­ c ie n t and pa i nsta k i n g . I t h a s been t h e object o f t h e student coun c i l t o ra i se t h e s t a n d a rds of the l i te ra ry programs and to orga n i z e the counc i l in accord a n c e w i th i ts o r i g i na l pu rpose. The cou nc i l crea ted a new chapter i n t h e D e l ta Rho I iterary soc i e t i es , establ i shed Freshman reg u l a t i on s a n d p recedents, f u r ­ n i shed i n te rest i n g as we l l as educa t i ona l prog rams e a c h w e e k i n c h a pe l , a n d b y m o t i o n s a nd reg u l a t i ons h e l ped to c reate add i t io n a l c l ass s p i r i t i n B e t h a ny - Pe n i e l Col l eg e . C a rey C a m pbe l l

Pres i d e n t

J a mes McGraw

V ice- Pres i d e n t

R u bye Lee Shaw

Secreta ry

Pa u l

S e n i o r rep rese n ta t i ve

H e r re l l

J . E . Moore

J un ior represen ta t i ve

C l a r i c e Pyles

Sophomore representa t i ve

T h a n e M i nor Cha r l es S m i th -

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Fres h m a n represe n t a t i ves

P a g e E i ghty-Seven

T H E

A R R OW

The 193 6 ed i t ion of the Arrow i s the t h i r 足 teenth yea rbook t o b e p u bIished b y t h e students of B ethany- Pen i e l Col l eg e . The pu rpose of the Arrow i s to prov i d e a l a s t i n g record of the ac足 t iv i t i es of the school yea r i n as a t t ra c t ive a ma n 足 n e r a s poss i b l e . An effort i s made t o portray every phase of school I i fe, and to c reate a boo k wh i c h the s t u d e n t w i l l e n j oy l on g a f t e r the e n d of h i s co l l e g e career.

E R N EST R . CAM F I ELD

T H E STAFF Ed i to r and M a n a g e r

Ernest R. C a m f i e l d

Sponsor -

M rs . M e n de l l Tay l o r

Fac u l ty Adviser

Prof. W . B . Dobson

Ed i to r i a l Ass i s ta n t -

A l a n B . S m i th

Ed i to r i a l Ass i s ta n t -

Osca r Reed

A r t Ed i to r

R u th Lang

Featu re Ed i to r

-

Frank Ruder

Sports Ed i to r S n a pshot

Ba rrett K i rby M a r k Moore

Ed i tor

P a u l La i s

Ass i s t a n t Orga n i z a t ions Ed i tor H u mor Ed i to r

Pa u l H e r re l l

Sen i o r Representat ive -

R ubye Lee Shaw

J u n i o r Represen ta t ive

Pa u l Moores

Sophomo re Represen ta t i ve

M a ry V i rg i n ia Moore

Freshman Represen ta t ive

F red McCon n e l l

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Compe t i t ion between l i terary soc i et i es i n Bethany- Pen i e l Co l l ege was i nc reased when Gamma De l ta Rho was o rg a n i zed in add i t i on to B eta D e l ta R h o a n d A l ph a De l ta Rho. A s i lver l ov i n g c u p was purchased by the s t u 足 d e n t counc i l a nd g iven t o the soc i e ty c h a p t e r w h i c h w o n t h e most p o i n ts i n t h e fol l o w i n g con tests : vo ice, p i a no, essays, poetry, oratory, dec l a m a 足 tion, basketba l l , soft - ba l l , vol l ey ba l l , a n d track. P i n s w e re g iven t o t h e i n d i v i d u a l w i n ners. Gamma won both t h e ba r i tone a n d t h e con tra l to even ts i n the vo ice con test; B eta c a p t u red f i rst p l ace i n t h e tenor d iv i s ion a nd A l ph a f i rst pl ace in t h e soprano d i v i s i o n . A c a pa b l e vo i c e p rofessor f ro m C e n t ra l State Tea c h e rs Co l l e g e was sec u red to j ud g e t h e c o l l eg e con test. B eta sec u red both f i rst and second p l a c e in the men's d e c l a m a t ion con test a n d Ga mma won i n t h e women's d ec l a ma tory d i v i s ion. Th ree j ud g es were secu red to d e c i d e t h e w i n n e rs i n each of th ese d i v i s ions. A l ph a won t h e ora tory contest. The subj e c ts were on proh i b i t i on and a p r i z e of ten dol l a rs was g iven to Pa u l G ray, the w i n n e r . I n t h e soc iety a t h l et i cs B eta won t h e m e n ' s basketba l l , sof t - ba l l , and vo l l ey ba l l tourna ments wh i c h p u t them in t h e l ea d for tota l po i n tag e . G a m m a w e n t a h ead i n t h e g i r l s' basketba l l a n d vol l ey ba l l tou rnamen ts w h i l e t h e B e ta g i rl s won t h e soc i ety soft-ba l l t i tl e. Each S a t u rday even i ng one soc iety gave an i n terest i n g prog ram that was g raded by t h e th ree sponsors of t h e i n d i v i d u a l c h a pters. The ave rages of t h ese g rades were taken and the soc iety w i th the h i g h est g rade rec e i ved f i fty p o i n ts towa rd t h e c u p. The prog rams have cente red a round cen tra l t h e m es t h a t have made them h u morous, educa t iona l , a n d i n terest i n g . I n add i t ion t o g iv i n g p ro g ra ms, t h e i nd i v i d u a l c h apters, a t va r ious t i mes, have gone on s u n r ise b rea kfa sts and stea k f r i es w h i c h have proved very success f u l and e n t e r ta i n i n g . P r e s i d e n ts f o r t h e soc i e t i es w e re as fol l ows : Al pha, Forrest N ash and R usse l l Anderson ; B e ta, B a r rett K i rby a n d C u rt i s S m i t h ; Ga mma, F l etcher S p r u c e and M a r k Moo re .

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Approx i ma t e l y e i g h ty students i n Bethany- Pen i e l Col l eg e a re defi n i te l y p l a n n i ng t o enter some p h a s e of re l i g ious work as t h e i r l i fe's voca t i o n . T h e M i n iste r i a l Assoc i a t ion h a s p rovided an orga n i za t ion for t h e s e m i n i ster i a l students a n d opportun i ty for t h e d eve l opment of t h e i r ta l ents. T h e assoc i a ­ t i on i s exc l us iv e l y for those young m e n a n d women w h o are p l a n n i n g to enter r e i ig ious work. Each week-end many of the students of Betha ny- Pen i e l Co l l ege a re engag ed i n r e i i g i o u s services. Some have reg u l a r c h a rges t h a t t h ey a ttend, wh i l e others hold week-end conven t i ons in a l l parts of t h e state . These ser­ vices g ive the m i n i ster i a l students expe r i ence that w i l l be of va l ue to them in f u t u re yea rs. Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege i s con t r i b u t i ng to the c h u rc h of t h e Naza rene you n g m i n i s ters who a re ta k i n g the pl aces of those p i oneers who founded the N a z a r e n e denom i na t i o n .

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T h i s yea r t h e gospel tea ms have a g a i n con t r i b u ted l a rg e l y to t h e sp i r i tua l back­ g ro u n d a n d exper i ences of t h e students in B e t h a ny- Pen i e l Col l eg e . Each week t h e young m e n ' s a n d wom e n ' s teams have met a n d conduc ted re l ig ious s e rvices for col l eg e students. P rofessor L. T . C o r l e t t a nd M rs. Mende l l Tayl o r have ac ted as sponsors fo r these student o rg a n i za t i ons. H a ro l d H a rcou rt, as pres i d e n t of the Boys' Gospel Tea m, h a s a rranged i n teres t i n g as we l l a s sp i r i t u a l p rograms e a c h T h u rsday even i n g . H e h a s presen ted spec i a l speakers to i ns t r u c t t h e you n g men in va r ious r e l i g ious wor k . The Gospel Tea m h a s become a med i u m by w h i c h i nexpe r i enced m i n i sters h ave been g i ven a c h a n c e to start the i r l i fe's work. I n add i t i on to t h ese con t r i b u t i ons to t h e students' l i fe t h e Boys' Gospel Team ha� sent members o u t to h o l d rev i va l s and rel i g ious s e rv i c e s . Th i s h a s g iven t h e you n g m i n i ­ sters add i t i on a l expe r i ence and h a s a l so g rea t l y b e n e f i ted t he i r a ud i ences. The G i r l s' Gospel Tea m sel ected as t h e i r pres id e n t J us t i n e B u rton, who has proved that the trust wh i c h was pl aced in h e r was j us t i f i ed com p l e t e l y . You n g women exc l us ivel y h o l d t h e services. Va r ious spec i a l speakers have been broug h t t o B ethany t o speak to these you n g women of t h e col l eg e . ' Page N inety-Three

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U nd e r the eff i c i en t l eadersh i p of Letha Sta h l y, pres i d e n t, and M i ss M i n n i e H a rms, sponsor, the F rench c l ub was orga n i z ed i n to a pra c t i c a l a s we l l as a n honorary c l u b . Tw i c e a m o n t h the F rench c l ub meets and e n j oys a n i n teres t i n g and educa t i o n a l p rogram in wh i c h the F rench l a n 足 g u a g e a n d t h e F rench - spea k i ng peop l es a re t h e ma i n themes. O n l y those students who a re ta k i n g F r e n c h and those who have prev i o u s l y taken the subject a re e l i g i b l e to m e mbersh i p . One of the most i n teres t i n g features o f t h e l a n g ua g e c l ub t h i s year was the correspondence of the A m e r i c a n students w i t h students who l ive in F ra n c e . The c o l l eg e students w r i te in the E n g l i s h l a n g uage, and the F rench p u p i l s r e p l y in the i r n a t ive ton g u e . Not on l y is F rance i nc l uded in the c l u b study, but a l l F re n c h - spea k i ng n a t ions of the e n t i re wor l d a re d iscussed i n the meet i n g s at one t i me or a n o t h e r . I n s o m e m ee t i ng s everyone i s req u i red to spea k o n l y i n F rench wh i l e a t oth e r t i mes t h e m e mbers a re a l l owed to converse free l y i n Eng l i s h . Some of t h e most i n teres t i n g p rograms have i n c l uded F rench p l ays tha t a re u s ua l ly h u morous i n n a t u r e . Others a re of the m o re s e r i o u s type. I n add i t ion to t h e pa r t i c i pa t i o n i n p l ays a n d the correspondence between F r e n c h and E n g l ish s t u d e n ts, F rench g a m es a re p l ayed that a re h u morous in the u n i q u e m a n n e r o f the Fren c h m e n . Off icers of the F re n c h c l ub are L e t h a S ta h l y, pres i d e n t ; Da l l as Baggett, secretary; a n d Luc i l e S c h u l dt, p rog r a m cha i rma n .

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Harris Creech

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Kenneth H a rper E . R. Camfield

Lester Dunn J immy McGraw

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W i thout a doubt the most u n fortunate tea m of t h e schoo l , t h e Sen iors pl ayed good ba l l , b u t were doomed to t h e c e l l a r pos i t i o n a s t h ey fa i l ed to w i n a game. Howeve r, two of the i r l osses were " h ea rt - b rea kers", as the J u n iors beat them by one po i n t in t h e i r f i rs t g a m e, and won o n l y after a n ove r - t i m e per iod in the i r second g a m e . C reec h at the forwa rd pos i t ion was eas i l y the outsta n d i ng p l ayer on the team, and was awarded a place on the Al l - School F ive . Dunn, being sw i tc h ed f ro m h i s u s u a l forward post to the center pos i t i o n , p l ayed i ns p i red ba l l a n d l e n t m u c h to the team's f i g h t i ng s p i r i t , as we l l as ea r n i ng h i mse l f a p l ac e on t h e A l l - Sc hool Squad . B ra n dyber ry, B u ndy, a n d Ca m f i e l d d iv ided t i m e a t t h e other forwa rd pos i 足 t ion ; H e r re l l , McGraw, a n d H a rper took c a re o f t h e back-cou rt. Thrasher a l so pl ayed one game, a n d made everyone wond e r why h e h a d n ' t pl ayed a l l yea r . T h e S e n i o r t e a m w a s u n i q u e th i s yea r i n t h a t S m i t h w a s a non - p l a y i n g ca pta i n . A precedent has b e e n s e t f o r non - p l a y i n g ca pta i n s i n n e x t yea r's teams.

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Barrett Kirby

Oliver Newsom Forrest Nash

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Mark Moore Haro l d Theus

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W i n n i ng the c h a m p ionsh i p for t h e t h i rd stra i g h t yea r, t h e J un io r tea m was t h e " d a r k h o rse" of t h e l ea g u e . After l os i ng t h e i r f i rs t g a m e to t h e Sophomo res by a deci ded marg i n , the t e a m f o u n d i ts " f i g h t i ng c l othes", a n d set about to g a i n t h e c h a m p ionsh i p . Then c a m e two c l ose v i c to r i es ove r t h e S e n i ors a n d F resh men before t h e i m portant t h ree - po i n t v i c to ry over t h e Sophomores. A p l ay-off was necessary as the J u n i ors won t h e i r l ast two g a mes w i t h t h e Sen i o rs and Fresh m e n . T h e school a n d town t u r n ed out some f ive h und red s t rong to see t h i s a l l - i mporta n t g a m e . Rev i s i ng the i r u s u a l style o f p l ay, t h e J u n iors l ed a l l t h e way, a n d b y s h e e r f i g h t won w i th a 20- 1 9 c o u n t . As a rewa rd for the i r f i n e p l ay, t h e J un i o r tea m rec e i ved a n e n j oya b l e t r i p to K a n sas C i ty. N o one p l ayer was outsta n d i n g on the tea m ; t h e i r success was d u e t o tea m-work a nd f i g h t . T h e sta r t i n g I i n e - u p was N ewsom, c e n t e r ; J o h nson and W i ese, forwa rds; and Moore and K i rby, g u a rd s . Bagg ett, T h e us, a n d R u d e r w e r e a b l e subst i t u tes, and h e l ped much w i th t h e i r r e l i e f work.

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Russell Anderson Oscar Reed

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At the beg i nn i n g of the season, in s I z i n g u p the d i ffe rent teams on pa per, it wa s g e n e ra l l y conceded that the best tea m was the Sophomore squad . B u t when t h e t i m e c a m e to prove themse lves, t h ey seemed to l a c k that " la s t - q ua rter p u n c h ", and w e r e nosed o u t by t h e J u n iors. Wal ker, a t t h e f i rst pos i t i o n , was t h e key - m a n of t h e tea m , a n d p l ayed steady ba l l i n every g a m e . I n the forward pos i t i ons M a u r i c e Ga tes a n d A l fred S u l l ivan, who h a v e pl ayed tog e t h e r for years, h a nd l ed t h e ba l l i n a h ig h ly c r ed i ta b l e m a n n e r . I n add i t ion t o h a nd l i n g t h e ba l l w e l l , Gates was the l ead i n g scorer in the schoo l . Osc a r Reed and M e r r i t t Sw i m were t h e reg u l a r g u a rds, but Russe l l Ande rson a l terna ted w i t h them f req u e n t l y. Ray S i mpson a l so p l ayed good ba l l as a s u bs t i t u te forwa rd, a n d h i s presence was p rom i n e n t in t h e scor i n g co l u m n . A s a rewa rd fo r t h e i r good consistent p l a y i n g , W a l ker, Ga tes, Reed, and Anderson were awarded pos i t ions on t h e A l l - School Squad .

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P a u l Macrory George Seaton

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S ta r t i ng out as the d a r k h o rse, the F reshmen p l ayed i n - a n d - o u t ba l l d u r i ng the season, a n d ended i n th i rd p l ac e . Tw i c e t h ey n osed o u t t h e Sen i o rs i n t h e l a s t q u a rter, a n d i n add i t i o n to tha t, t h ey p u t a real scare i n to both the Sophomores and J u n i o rs as t h ey pl ayed i n s p i red ba L i aga i nst them. As i t t u rn ed out, t h e tea m was composed most l y of former B et h a ny H i g h School p l ayers-a factor that enab l ed them to p l a y we l l tog e t h e r . However, o f the t h r e e ou tsta n d i ng p l ayers on the tea m , o n l y o n e , S m i th , had p l a yed on t h e Bethany H i g h School tea m . T h e o t h e r two w e r e David 足 son i n the back-cou rt, a n d Woads at forwa r d . Davidson had t h e a b i l i ty of b e i n g on t h e spot a t t h e r i g h t t i me, a n d was t h e hub of t h e tea m ; w h i l e Woods had a n u n c a n ny eye for t h e basket. The men compl e t i n g t h e squad were R i ce, B i g g e rs, Mac rory, a n d Ga r r i son ; and even though there were no Freshmen on the Al l - Sc hool Squad, much is expected of t h i s tea m in t h e i r u p pe r - c l assmen days.

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D a l l a s Baggett Harold Theus

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Mark Moore Lorenzo M c N a l l

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C l ifford Wiese J. E . Moore

I n t h e f i rst i n tra - m u ra l tou r n a m e n t of t h e year, t h e J un i or c l o ss wa l ked away w i th the soft-bo l l c rown for the th i rd yea r s t ra i g h t . They sta rted out I i ke a wh i r l w i nd , w i th a 2 1 -6 v i c to ry ove r the u norgan i z ed Sophomore tea m . George Ga rd n e r l ed the b a r rage in t h i s g a m e w i th two home r u n s a n d two o t h e r h i ts i n fou r t i mes a t bo t . I n t h e second game, however, t h e J un iors w e r e defea ted 7 -6 b y a b e t t e r orga n i zed a n d stron g e r Sophomore tea m . The J un iors then won ove r t h e F reshmen, w i th Mark Moore, J . E. Moore, O l i ve r N ewsom , C l i fford W i ese, B a rrett K i rby, a n d M o rv i n J o h nson d o i n g cons i s t e n t l y good h i t t i n g . Then the J u n iors lost to the Sen i ors i n a c l os�ly con tested game, b u t reg a i n ed t h e i r former l ead i ng pos i t i on by dec i s i ve l y bea t i n g the Sen iors in the f i n a l g a m e . T h e l i n e - u p for t h e J un io r t e a m was a s fo l l ows : J . E . Moore, c . ; F ro n k Ruder, p. ; Ol i ve r N ewsom , p . ; Da l l as Baggett, l b . ; H a ro l d Theus, 2b . ; M a r k Moore, 3 b . ; M o rv i n J oh nson ss. ; C l i fford W i ese, I f . ; Ba rrett K i rby, rov . ; Lorenzo Mc N a l l , d . ; George Ga rdner, rf. ; a n d Forrest N o sh, LJ t i l i ty.

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School preced e n t fe l l i n t h e fa l l ten n i s tou r n a m e n t as C l ayton S i m ­ mons, a fresh man, d efea ted H a r r i s C reech i n t h e f i n a l rou nd 6-4, 6 - 3 , 6- 1 . Ra ted o n l y as a d a r k horse a s t h e tou rn a m e n t g o t u n d e r way, S i m m o n s d e ­ feated such p l ayers as A l ton Atteber ry 6-2, 6 - 2 , M i l ton Dodson 6 - 4 , 7-5, and O l iver N ewsom 3 - 6, 7-5, 5-7, 6 - 3 , 6- 1 before reac h i n g t h e f i n a l s . C reech d rew a bye i n t h e f i rst round, a n d adva n c ed b y d efeat i ng P a u l M a c rory 7-5, 6-2 and by w i n n i ng ove r M a u r i ce Gates 6-4, 3 - 6, 6-2. B efore a c t u a l play beg a n , 0 1 iver N ewsom, t h e defend i ng c h a mp ion, and P a u l B randy­ b e r ry we re favored to reach t h e f i n a l s, b u t M a u r i c e Gates took B ra ndyberry o u t i n one of t h e b i g gest u psets of t h e tou rn a m e n t, a nd N ewsom fel l v i c ­ t i m t o S i mmons' accu rate p l acemen ts. I n t h e f i n a l match, S i mmons won by b e i n g a b l e to come th roug h in the p i nc hes, by ta k i ng adva n ta g e of C reech's e r rors, a n d by ma k i n g a c ­ c u rate p l ac e m e n t s . H a ro l d M o r r i s a n d C l ayton S i m mons were t h e doub l es c h a m p i o n s . T h e y rece ived a defa u l t f r o m H a r r i s C reec h a n d Dwayne H i l d i e a f t e r w i n n i n g ove r K e n n e t h H a rper a n d M a rv i n J oh n son 6-4, 4-6, 6 - 0 . As a resu l t of th i s tou r n a m e n t, ten n i s l ettermen t h i s yea r were C l ayton S i m mons, H a r r i s C reech, a nd H a ro l d Morr i s .

H AR R I S CREECH Runner-up

Page One Hundred Four

CLAYTO�! S I MMm�S Winner

" tt L o ve rs ' La n e

ADDERTISln�

dnd HUmOR

I T'S

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T U R N

By Pa u l H errell H OO'S

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IN

B . P.C.

Cutest -

Ada m Hoffpaui r

Busiest

G l adys Foster

Laziest

Ruth Lang

Mast Bashful

-

Baldest -

Whi tcomb H a r d i n g Russe l l Ande �son

Dumbest

Leana Forbes

Mast Studious -

Fred McConne l l

Mast

Carey Campbell

Conservative

Q u i e test

H.

Mast

A l fred S u l l ivan

I n teresting

Loudest

H.

Spencer

Edna Brechbi I I

Mast Democra t i c

Ba rrett K i rby

Mast

Mary

Awkward

V i rg i n i a

Mast Graceful -

Osc a r Reed

Mast M i sc h i evous

M i ss H a r m s

Fastest

J oe

S l owest

J. E. Moore

Bestest -

Me

Warstest

You

Turni pseed

W i sest -

Ruth

Mast

J oe McClung

Versa ti le

Moore

Dye

Biggest

Fra nces W i s l e r

S m a l lest

The End

I N T E L L I G E N C E T EST ( Choose

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1 0. 1 1. 1 2. 1 3. 1 4. 1 5. 1 6. 1 7. 1 8. 1 9. 20.

any

f i fteen-ti m e

l i m i t 45

m i nutes )

Guess a number between one a n d three. Spe l l corre c t l y the ward xerophalmia. W h o wrote D i c kens' "The T a l e of Twa Ci ties") What city in Texas was n a med after Gene ra l

Houston?

Are you g e t t i n g the a nswers r i g h t ? When

i t i s n ig h t time in China, when i s it Wednesday here?

Where's E l mer? Why doesn ' t A n n i e l i ve here a n y more? Is

that so?

Who i n ven ted the question a nd if not why not? W h a t famous pea k

in

Colorado was named after Z ebulon

P i ke?

W h a t question is t h i s ? A r e y o u fond of c l oves?

If so, what

style?

What k i nd of store is H o l mes' pha rmacy? What

is a

poi n t l ess

What t i m e i s

j o ke?

it when

the c l oc k stri kes

twe lve o'clock on

Saturday?

I n w h a t season of the year d i d Wash i n g ton spend the w i n ter at Va l ley Forge? I n round numbe rs, what was the dura tion of the W h a t d i rection does

H u ndred Years War?

the music go?

I n wha t c i ty was the J ohnstown flood?

Page One Hundred Seven

B ET H A N Y - P E N I E L COLLEG E State-accredited College of

Liberal Arts.

Strong, aggressive Theological Department. Training School for Teachers. Exceptional opportunities in Piano, Voice, Expression, and Violin-Choruses, Quartets, Orchestra, Glee Clubs. Special Bible and Christian Workers Lec足 ture Courses.

For information write A. K. BRACKEN, M .A., D.D., President Bethany, Oklahoma

P a g e O n e Hundred Ei g ht

Compliments of

Bethdnl]� Peniel College Church

REV. H. B. MACRORY, Pastor

Bethan� , Oklahoma

Page One

H undred

Nine

COLLEGE G ROC E RY A N D MAR K ET

G. W. FORD, Prop.

H A R DWA R E - D RYGOODS

U N AB R I DG ED "That's w h a t thou g h t so."

I

say"

means " I a g ree" ar " I

" How ya d o i n ' ? " means " h ow a re you today?" or " a re you accomp l i s h i n g a ny t h i n g ? " "Come a n d get i t " means " d i n n e r i s ready" o r " t h e be l l i s r i n g i n g . " " Exams" Xmas.

come

each

six

weeks,

apposite

of

"You" i s used i n a l ternation w i t h " I " when there i s a n u np l e a sa n t t a s k to perform. "A" th i n k .

is a

mark

perta i n i ng

to school

work,

- Meet Y OtW F1'ie17 ds -

V i s i t Our N ew Loc a t ion

Phone 2

We Del iver

I

K I OWA L U M B E R COM PA N Y

and

{'Every

Make N ew Ones

Stief"

a Dry One"

at

DE L U X E C O N F ECT I O N E RY

compl ete B u i l d i ng Service for

WHERE You

are

a tten tion

assured

courteous

a nd

prompt

to your needs. - We

carry a

comp l e te l i ne of School Supp l i es-Maga z i nes -Lunches-·Fou n t a i n

Drinks

A Home I ns t i t u t i o n f u r n i sh i ng

and

Confec -

the home owne r a n d b u i l d e r .

May �Ve Serve You ?

tions.

Ralph

Page One Hundred Ten

P H O N E 133

H ester

B etha ny, Oklahoma

Phone 1

NAZARENE YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY WESTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

Our Motto : Let no man despise thy youth.

OBJ ECT I VES 1 .

Co-opera t ion w i th Pastors

2.

A Gospel Band in Every Soc i e ty

3.

S t ress P e rsonal Eva n g e l i s m

4.

R a i se Home M i ss i on B udget

5.

Home M i ss i on Campa i g n

6.

U rg e H a l i ness of H ea rt a n d L i fe for Ou r You n g Peop l e

in Every Zone

JOSEPH S . P I TTS, President Rya n , O k l o .

P ROJ ECTS A H E RALD OF HOL I N ESS CAMPA I G N-T h i s i s b e i n g sponsored once each yea r b y the District N . Y . P .S. For the post two years Bethany P e n i e l Col lege has g i ven a year's scho l a rs h i p to the you n g person sec u r i n g the l a rgest n u mber of subsc r i p t ions in t h i s campa i g n . "A

P E N N Y A W E E K F O R H O M E M I SS I O N S ."-T h e D i s t r i c t N . Y . P . S . i s respon s i b l e for ra i s i n g Home M i ssion Funds, and each Society has accepted a Home M i ssion Budget.

D I ST R I CT B U LL ET I N-The D i s t r i c t N . Y . P . S . h a s a page each month in o u r D i strict B u l l e t i n . D I ST R I CT TOU R-Sponsored o n c e e a c h yea r j o i n t l y by t h e D i s t r i c t N . Y. P. S . and S . S . i n terest. AN N UA L CON V E N T I ON-A j o i n t Convention of the D i s t r i c t N . Y . P . S . and Sunday Schoo l . Do te-J u l y 2 1 -24, 1 9 3 6 . Spec i a l Spea ker-So T . Ludw i g .

Page O n e H undred Eleven

Pase Studio J oseph Pose » » P hotog ra p h e r

N eg a t ives of t h i s year's A n n u a l p i c t u res a re on f i l e i n t h i s s tu d i o, a nd p i c t u res may be had from them at any f u ture t i me .

1 2 8 V2 West M a i n Street O K LAHOMA C I TY, O K LA H OMA

J U ST I MAG I N E

1. 2.

The Post Office w i th o u t Z u l o Mae. The Arrow w i thout Buddy.

3.

H a rr i s Creech w i th o u t a basketba l l .

4.

J . E . w i thout a new g i r l .

5. 6.

J i m McGraw w i thout h i s smi l e.

7. 8. 9. 1 0.

R u t h La ng w i th o u t a hustle. Lester Dunn w i th o u t Margaret M i dd l eton. Paul

H e rre l l w i th o u t a French c l a ss.

H e n ry Poteet w i thout a n argument. Mr. G i sh w i thout a p i ece of cha l k .

C ompliments

The H AZ E L HARR I S Bea u ty S h op

Bethany Tribune I f you r ha i r i sn ' t b e ­ com i n g to you, you shou l d b e c o m i n g to u s - We spec i a l i z e i n a l l l i nes o f b ea u ty work.

Phone 114

Phone 48

Page One Hundred Twelve

Over the B a n k

gor Jlea'lly :lilty ClJears - -

-

The T i mes- J ou r n a l P u b l i s h i ng Company h a s suppl i ed t h e schoo l s of O k l ahoma and t h e Southwest with A n n ua l s, Teac h i n g M a n u a l s, subj ect We

Work- books

and

phase

of

cove r i n g school

every

a c t i v i ty.

i n v i te you to become one of o u r

h u n d reds of S a t i sf i ed C ustomers.

Phone

»

»

»

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Times�Journdl Publishing Co. Est. 1 889

1 00- 1 06 N . E . 2 n d S treet O K LA H OMA C I TY, O K LA H OMA

Page One H undred Thirteen

U P-TO- DATE C L EAN ERS B e s t W i s h e s t o "AR ROW" Staff

SALES a n d S E R V I C E

H I G HWAY MOTO R COM PA N Y

1 00% for Bethany- P e n i e l Col l ege

PHONE 32 "S. & H."

Green

S ta m ps

Dea r Echo Edi tor :

Dear Scream Court : N a tu ra l ly,

being

PHONE 1 2

O. C. COODY, Prop.

a

n e a t boy a nd

adverse

to

l i v i n g in a c l u ttere d - u p cond i tion, I am consta n t l y i n a pos i tion t a h a v e my sensi b i l i t i e s shoc ked.

I

am w r i t i n g you i n hopes yau w i l l w r i te an a r t i c l e on " H ow t o K e e p Y o u r Roo m - m a te H a ppy" "The S i m p l e Art of P i c k i ng T h i n g s U p . "

or

Last F ri d a y I do l l a rs

in

i t,

lost my pocketbook w i th twenty

and

I

advertised

in

you r

paper.

Yesterday I found it i n the p a n ts pocket of my other suit.

You r paper i s wonderfu l ! S i n ce r e l y yaurs, P a u l M a c rory

T i d i l y yaurs, George Seaton

P. S. You may p r i n t this i n your paper using my name.

Patronize

Holmes Phc1rmc1cq Se'rviny B ethcLny II O?1fl,es Q u a l i ty P rod u c ts M a n ufactu red on U n exc e l l ed Fou n ta i n Service

the Ca mpus, Sol d by the S t u d e n ts,

Presc r i pt ions Ca refu l l y Compo u nd ed

w i th P rof i ts H e l p i n g Another E n te r Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege.

Earl Holmes, Ph.G.

Poge One H u n d red Fourteen

Hyacinth H o l mes

B ETT E R P R O D U CTS CO.

WHERE DO THEY G O F ROM H E R E ? Down the road of life's adventurous highway, when recollections of these glamorous youthful days will be treasured memories. W e consider it a distinct responsibility to assist in depicting this span of life in pictorial history. So SWECO has combined the mechanical ele足 ments with the artistry and built, over a period of years, a quality which makes it a distinction for the Annual to bear the title"ENGRAVED

BY

SWECO."

SOUTHWESTERN E N G R AV I N G C O . OKLAHOMA

CITY,

OKLA.

,

c\

COlll plilltents of -

C O R N E R GROC E RY " Th c Fricl/ dl)' Store"

PHONE 4

Walter Patterson a n d Son

MOTH ER GOOSE R H YM ES H i c kory d i c kory doc k, The mouse ran up the clock, The c l oc k struck one,

C ompli1'n ents of

And down he runGuess he cou l d n ' t take i t. L i t t l e M i ss M u ffett

COTTAG E B EAUTY S H O P P E

Sat on a tuffett, E a t i n g the curds and whey;

P H O N E 94-W

Along c a me a spider, And s a t down beside her, And said, " I s this sea t taken?"

KATH E R Y N E DAV I S

AMY BALES

Little Jack Horner s a t i n a corner, Ea t i ng his Chri stmas pie. H e stuck in his thumb And pu l l ed o u t a p l u m b A n d s a i d , " Phooey, I thought i t was a cherry . "

H O M E F E ED COMPA N Y HAY,

Dealers i n F E E D,

S E E DS,

and

PRODUCE

A . H . Wallace and B . Vandever

PHONE 45

POETRY Sing a song of expense, pocket fu l l o f dough, When you meet B . M., watch the money go.

B ET H A N Y E L ECT R I C S H O E S H O P Shoe Repa i ri n g a n d Shoe Dye i n g A Compl ete L i n e of Wea r - U -We l l Shoes

J . W. BATES, Prop.

OH, FOR THE GOOD OLD DAYS Whe ďż˝ everyth i n g ' s made of concrete, In a world where there's n a ry a s t i c k , T h e chi l d that has b e e n i n d i screet Wi l l have to be spa n ked w i th a bri c k .

B ET H A N Y M I LL A N D F E E D CO. IMPER I A L FEED

W. F. Weis"brod

Page One Hundred S i xteen

Phone 1 04

R u th Dye : " H ow k i n d of you to b r i n g me those lovely flowers. They o re beo u t i f u l ond fresh. Why, I be l i eve there is some dew on them ye t . " H o rris Creech ( confused ) : "Yes, b u t I ' m g o i n g t o p o y i t o f f tomorrow."

B ET H A N Y REALTY COMPANY F I R E , W I N D , AUTOMOB I LE, and L I F E I NS U RA N C E HARR I S

C R E E C H-Agent

PHONE 3

"Yes, this i s l i tt l e B i l l y . " " How o l d i s h e , P r o f . Dobson?" " N eorly two . " " C o n t h e l i tt l e fe l low write?" "Oh yes," s a i d the proud father, " b u t he h a s not a s yet pub l i shed anyth i n g . "

1 04 S. College St.

CongTat1�lations - - to t h e "ARROW"

SM I T H ' S BAR B E R S H O P "SeTving Bet hany Stl£clents"

JIM

N EW'T

Mr. Ha l l to C h a r l es : " I hear you a re a paupe r . " C h a r l e s : "Goody, i s i t a boy or a g i rl ? "

C oll�plilnents-

MOOR E'S S E RV I C E STAT I O N Phone 7

Bethany

Ka thryn : "Tha n k s f o r t h e r i d e . " Wende l l : "Oh that's a l l r i g h t ; don ' t m e n t i on i t . " K a th ryn : " I won't; don't you . " Rex ( a t b a sketba l l g a me ) : "That w i l l be our best man before the yea r is ove r." E l i za b e th : "Oh, t h i s i s so sudden . "

F O R SALE : A l l the notes acc u m u l a ted d u r i n g my seven years i n col lege. Si gned, C a rey Campbe l l .

Mrs. Herrel l : "What o u thor d o you I i k e best?" Marjorie Brown : "My fa ther. " Mrs. H . : "What d i d h e w r i te)" M a rjori e : "Checks."

S P I NACH I feel so melon c a u l i , dear, Si nce you have been away, The thyme has seemed so very long, I pine for you each day. N o sugar beets your sweetness, Don ' t t u r n i p your nose at me. B u t take this e i g h teen-ca rrot ring And le ttuce m a r r i ed be.

P a g e O n e ·Hundred Seventeen

AUTOG RA P H S

Page One Hundred E i ghteen

AUTOG RA P H S

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A UTOGRA P H S

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Hundred Twenty

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