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Student publication of Bethany-Peniel College

Volume XXII

1945

Editor, MITSUKO ETO Business Manager, BILLIE ANN JONES Faculty Sponsor, DR. CLARENCE E. GROTHAUS

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Abrahams, Robert J . Armstrong, Kenneth Armstrong, T orbet A lexander, Harvey Anderson, Troy Arnold, Walter E. Arnold, Barbara Atteberry, Alton Atkins, James A. Baker, C. E. Bates, Elvis E. Beeman, Paul ( M ed . Di schg .l

Beresford, Daniel B. Biggers, Julian Bishop, Joe B. Bowman, Ray Brasher, Milton Brazeal, Maynard Brecheisen , C. B. Browning, Charles Joe Bugh, Vernon Bundy, S. H. ( M ed . Dischg. l

Bynum, Terrell J. Cambell, Carey "Canady, Reese Carter, Reginald Chilton, laude L. Clark, Lewis R. Cleveland, Jess Cleve land, Lander Corlett, Pau l Crawford, John Henry Corley, Robert ( K il led in bomber c rash )

Cozby, David B. Creech, Harris Cross, Gravdon Cutting, Charles Dan iels, Herbert Dawson, R. M. Douglas, Johnny Dodson, Fredd ie Dunn, Lester L. ( Facul t y member a n leave of absence)

Ethridge, Estel Fauss, D. C. Fauss, Edward, Jr. Ferguson, John Fish, Lawrence Flynn, Sam F. Fopay, Fred Foreman, James Frederick, Civilla Garrison, Wm. E. Gillespie, James Gore, Gene L. Graham, Calvin Gum, A ldan D. Hale, E. E. Hale, John Hamilton, James

Hamilton, James Harmon, James Harvey, Raymond Harper, John W . Harper, Leonard ( Med. Disch g .l

Hennessey, Delwin

Hicks, Robe rt ( deceased )

Hill, Doub le E. Hil!, Haro ld Hodges, Don Hodges, Vern on Horger, J . C.

··• Rank is no t given because o f co ntinua l ch a nges being m ode.

Newsome, Carl Our Father, we ore conscious of the fact that our port in this great struggle is small when compared with that sacrifice demanded of those who ore bearing the burdens and the fiery testing of bottle. Be close to those who hove gone forth in answer to the call to arms. As duty calls them out across the seven seas and into the countries that girdle the globe, grant them courage and fortitude sufficient for their task, 0 Lord . They ore fighting for their country and for Thee; they ore offering their lives in that lost full measure of devotion. Moy the victory, the peace, and the happiness for which they ore fighting, again come to our notion. We ask this in the nome of Thy Son whom they serve, and whom we serve. Amen .

(Killed in action)

Newsome, R. J. Owens, Charles Parrish, Milton Parrish, Herman Pate, Conley <Dischg . )

Paylor, A.M., Jr. Pearsall, Paul Peters, John L. Peterson, Marvin R. Phillips, C. W. Phillips, Robert E. Pitts, J. S. Purdy, Elgin Rhodes, Virgil Rhodes, Woodie L. Riggs, Donald Rice, Paul Riggs, William G. Roberts, Geren C. Roberts, John Ed Roeber, Johnnie Ronnekamp, George Sanford, Luther Scudday, Warren Sherrill, Hershel . Shuneman, Donald Sharp, Major E. Shellenberger, Elmer Shilling, Delton Short, James Short, John <Med. Dischg .)

Housinger, Earl House, Sam Hoyt, Harriette lngersol, Bob Ingle, Roy Johnson, Marvin Johnson, William Kromer, John Knight, Marselle Lambdin, J . C.

Langford, Lloyd E. Lorette, N. B. Lytle, Glen McGill, Wm. H. McNamara, 0. H. McNeilly, Robert W. Macrory, Harry Macrory, Paul Martindale, W. L. Meredith, Archei Meredith, Haske! Meredith, Hershel A.

Messer, Donald Messer, James Messer, Joe E. Miller, Audrey C. Miller, Adolph Miller, Frank Minor, Thaine Minyard, A. B. Moore, J . E. Moore, Mark Moore, Paul Motsenbocker, Othel Munn, Luke E.

Simpson, Ray Spinks, Lauris Stockett, Marv in Stroman, David Sullivan, Alfred Swann, Wallace Taylor, Charles T . Theus, Harold C. Theus, Edgar Thompson, Luther Transue, Earl Van Arsdel, R. C. Vauqhn, Fred Walker, Norman Wann, Claude W . Wessels, Dean H. West, Will iard Wiegman, Floyd M. Wilson, Eugene Royce Wilson, Kenneth Wiman, Cecil H. Wriaht, Vernon (Med . Dischg . )

Yarbrough, Daniel James

We Dedicate

7k TO one whose br illiance has not crowded out a gentle and humble sp irit, whose greatness has not superseded a love for fun and life and people, whose ambition has not d isplaced the h ighest of Christian ideals, whose leaving we regret-yet we are proud to give h im to a g reater cause . . . MENDELL L. TAYLOR, Ph .D.

Is ••••• the master who draws the purest notes of music from his instrument . the bricklayer who builds individuals into the walls of our churches the compass which directs the course of many a wanderer . . . the miner who strains from the rush ing waters of human maze the tiny pieces of metal to be melted and formed in God's mold . . . the beacon light which guides precarious youth over the tempting, misleading coral reefs of formative years . . . the breeze which kindles the tiny flame into a holy blaze of success that will in turn yield similar sparks of influence . . . the gardener who tends the delicate embryos in the barren patch until it becomes a garden of lovely plants whose roots are embedded in the soil of God's will and whose petals reach forth toward the dawning day .. .

OSCAR J. FINCH, B.D., D.D.

Our president is the one who guides, shapes, and directs the affairs of

the college.

With

wisdom,

tact,

and

infinite

patience he helps to mold young life into integrated maturity. Great indeed is the responsibility which has been thrust upon his shoulders, but innate ability and a close walk with God enable him to fulfill that responsibility.

We respect him,

admire him, love him- our president, Dr. Finch.

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JOHN STOCKTON Business Manager

DR. C. A McCONNELL Dean Emeritus of Relig ion

The professor with young ideas

It CAN'T be THAT much!

W . D. McGRAW Business Manager Elect

Ira lion

DR. MENDELL L. TAYLOR Dean of Liberal Arts

WILLIS B. DOBSON Registrar

E. C. HALL Dean of Student Life

CHESTER C. CRILL Dean of Fine Arts

ELIZABETH WILLIS Librarian

VERNON SNOWBARGER Director of Athletics

Secrelaria/ Sta/1

MARY RUTH ORR Secretary to the President

GRETA HAMSHER Secretary to the Business Manager

LEONA McCONNELL Secretary to the Registrar

FLORENCE LUNDY Business Office Secretary

MARGARET MEREDIT Assistant Librarian

MENDELL L. TAYLOR, Ph .D. History, Philosophy, Religion "Ha ppy is the man that findeth wisdom, and the man that getteth understanding ." ( Prov. 3:13 )

WILLIS B. DOBSON , M .A. English "Blessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is." Uer. 17 :7)

CHESTER C. CRILL, M.Mus. Music "The steps of a good man ore o rdered by the Lord: and he delighteth in His way." ( Ps. 37:23)

E. C. HALL, M . Ed . Educotion, Physics " Blessed are they that keep judgment, and he that doeth righteousness at all times." ( Ps . 106:3)

CLARENCE E. GROTHAUS, Ph .D. Chemistry " A wise man is strong; yeo, a man of knowledge increa se th strength. " fProv . 24 :5)

FRED FLOYD, M .A., B.D. History, Sociol Science " Blessed is th e man that feor e th th e Lo rd , tha t delighteth grea tl y in Hi s commandments." ( Ps. 112:1 )

EARL V. GREER, M.A. Mathematics, Zaol.agy

GERTRUDE TAYLOR, M.Ed.

VERNON SNOWBARGER, M.A.

Speech

Mathematics, Social Science

"My tongue shall speak of thy words; far all thy commandments are righteousness." IPs. 119:172)

"Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly." IPs. 1:1)

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" Fo r God giveth t:J' o man that is good in his sight wisdom, and knowledge and joy." IEccl. 2:26)

CAROL LUNDY, M.A.

C. HAROLD RIPPER, M.A.

EURELA BROWN, M.A.

English, Speech

Psychology, Religion

Home Economics

"Blessed is every one that feoreth the Lord; that walketh in His ways." IPs. 128: 1)

" The mouth of the righteous speaketh wisdom, and his tongue talketh of judgment." IPs. 37 :30)

"Blessed are they that keep His testimonies, and that see k Him with the whole heart." I Ps. 119:2)

C. H. WIMAN , A.B .

RUTH N. FESS, M.A.

DONALD R. DAN SKIN, M.A.

Missions, Religion

English, Greek

Business Education

" He that walketh up rightly, an d warke th rig h teousness, a nd speake th th e truth in h is hea rt ." (Ps. 15:2)

" She opene th her mou th with wisdom ; on d in her tongue is the lo w of kind ness." ( Prov. 10:26 )

" Blessed is th e m a n wh ose st ren g t h is in Th ee." ( Ps. 8 4 :5 )

ALICE E. CRILL, M.Mus. Ed.

C. B. STRANG, M.A., S.T.B., D.D.

ELIZABETH NELSON, M.A.

Music

Religion

Music

" Her wa ys are th e wa ys of pleasantn ess, a nd al l her paths are peace." ( Prov. 3 : 18)

" Le t the e lders that ru le we ll be counted worthy of double hono r, espec iall y they who labor in the word an d doctrine ." ( 1 T im. 5 : 17 )

" My lips sha ll grea t ly re joice whe n I si ng u nto Thee, and my sa ul . whi ch Th ou ha st redeemed ." ( Ps. 71 :23 )

WAYNE SPALDING, M.A., M.Mus.

MARGARET DUNN, B.F.A.

MARY SMITH, M.Mus.

Music, Modern Language

Music

Music

" A man's wisdom maketh his face to shine." ( Eccl. 8 : 1)

" Blessed are they that do His commandme nts." (Rev. 22 : 14 )

" A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." ( Prov. 15 : 1 3 )

IVALEE BOLERJACK, B.F.A.

RUTH TAYLOR,

NAOMI DOBSON,

Music

Music

Music

" Blessed are they that hear the word of Gad, and keep it." (Luke 11 :28 )

" The Lord taketh pl easure in th em that fear Him, in those that hope in His mercy." (Ps. 147:11)

" / will sing unto the Lord a s long as I li ve : I will sing praise to my Gad while I have my being ." (Ps. 104:33 )

MARIANNA SEARS, B.Mu s. Music , Engl ish " Th e righteou s sh a ll be glad in t h e Lo rd, a nd shall tru st in Him ." ( Ps. 6 4 :1 0 )

ALI CE LEWIS, Music "Whi le I li ve w ill I pra i se the L ord, I w ill sing pra ises unto m y God whil e I h ove an y being ." ( Ps. 146:2 )

\N. C. rOWLER President

oON BEAVER y 路, ce-President

ROX\E ANN MOORE Secretory-lreasurer

~inidlralion

Student Council, left to right: Jock Roirdon, Billie Ann Jones, Helen Faye Moo re, Gail Vanover, Ne il Hightower, Roxie Ann Moore, Don Beaver, Dr. Clarence Grothaus, W . C. Fow ler.

The voice of the students in the college governmentthat's the student council.

Under the efficient leadership of

Dr. Grothaus, this capable group this year sponsored the remodeling of the Drag, planned chapel programs and lyceum programs, and took care of all the thousand-and-one duties which go on behind the scene.

JACK RAI RDON Student Director of Religious Activities

The torch of Christianity moves through the dim twilight of the ages, leaving a trail of smoke that forms the ever-revealing intricacies of God's plan.

It has been held high by the army of fearless torch-bearers, and

its light has made their pathway beautiful and clear.

The rays of the

torch gleam on their banner and its motto, the Golden Rule; and the world bows in respect. The darkness of fear, the shadows of uncerta;nty, and the pale glimmer of worn-out hopes- all become . brightness and beauty when touched by the flame of that burning brand . Fanned by the breezes of time, its radiance ever increases -

until, when handed by

the faithful bearers to the returning Christ, it will be a great shaft of light reaching from earth to heaven, and to eternity.

"LET US MEET TO&ETHEI\ IN THE HOUSE OF &OD"

The Church- that's where we go to worship God in all the beauty of hoi iness. Dr. C. B. Strang, the pastor, gives words of counsel, advice, and encouragement to all who need them, and fearlessly proclaims the Word of God . It's a real opportunity to attend a church that possesses such genuine spiritual vitality.

Chapel -that's the pause in the day's busy routine when the entire student body and faculty come together for relaxation and inspiration. The contact lends harmony and understanding; the programs present a challenge.

UGIVE

us

THIS DAY

OUR DAILY BREAD"

William and Marjorie Fisher Revivalists For some, a pause of spiritual refreshment; for others, an interlude of sweet communion with God; for many, the beginning of a lifetime's journey- all these are our revivals.

God's mighty

word is interpreted by God-like men , and the glory of heaven Dr . R. T. Williams

comes.

Revivalist

Wise counseling, sound advice, b its of wisdom from those who

Dr. D. Shelby Corlett Aycock Lecturer

journied farther than we- these are the Aycock lectures.

Rev .

and Mrs. Jarrette Aycock and Rev. and Mrs. Whitcomb Harding have arranged that each spring and each fall one of the leaders in our church will spend a week on our campus, speaking to us in chapel, in Christian workers' meetings,

m

personal

confer-

ences.

Dr. Selden Dee Kelley Aycock Lecturer

''LET YOUI\ LIGHT SO SHINE"

Gospel Team-that's the dynamo of Christian service on the campus. With a program of visitation, rei igious services, and inspirational meetings, these students "let their light so shine" that God's kingdom is glorified both in Bethany-Peniel and in many other near-by places.

Carl lngersol President

Christ to our neighbors

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YE INTO ALL

THE WOI\Lo路路

Missionary Band- that's the central powerhouse, that turns on the Iights all over the world. Some of the stu dents who belong to this organization feel God's call to go, others to staybut all desire to help spread the news of salvation to those who wait to hear it.

William Marsh Pr.e sident

Our neighbor from Mexico -Enrique Rosales

"TffiS KIND GOETH NOT OIJT BUT BY PRA.YER AND FASTING"

Prayer and Fasting League- that's the band of students who kneel in prayer every Friday noon and meet God in intimate and beautiful relationship. He Iifts the burden and gives new strength , determination, peace, and joy. And as they leave, their faces are lighted by that inner glow that comes only from a talk with the Master . . .

Spencer Johnson President

.,WE ARE LABOURERS TOGETHEI\ WITH GOD"

Through actual participation in religious services, both on and off the campus, our ministerial students are learning to take their place in God's harvest field.

God said-"1 have made man in my own image; therefore he must know the pure, the true, and the beautiful." So He took a bit of the star melodies, snatches of the angels' songs, the murmurs of the wind 'round the corners of heaven, and the songs of the birds who fly through His sky, and blended them together to send to man as-Music . He gathered the roaring of the thunder and the ocean, the voice of the ages, together with the stillest of all whispers-that which speaks to the human heart without words-and sent them to us as-Speech. He plucked the tints of nature, the hues of the sunset and of the rainbow, the brightness of the noonday sun, and the shadows of the crisp clear moonlight, and sent them to man that he might enjoy-Art. And man worships God through the beauty of these manifestations of his handiwork-music, and speech, and art. And man calls them fine arts, because he knows they come from God.

WITH SINGING., Bock row, left to right: Retis Stewart, Carroll Harville, Roy Brakebill , Richard Thompson, C. A. McClain; Harold G ~o ze, Wayne Sledge, Don Beaver, Eva May Harper, Helen Taylor; Deword Finch, Geraldine French, Dorthymorie Faulkner, Morceliene Thompson, Wilma Holey; Lewis Thompson, Charlene Jernigan , Zelma Lister, Mildred Roeber, Mary Steve Hope; Boyd Kifer, J oy Beaver, Wando Baldwin, Mary Jane Lucas, Elizabeth Hole; George Moore, Evangeline Hole, Eunice Patterson, Helen Robertson, Della Dawson; Neil Hightower, Doris Hoskins, Lucille Hudson, Berniece Dawson; Roxie Ann Moore.

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Beautiful voices blended in praises to the Father Chester C. Cri II Director

Cappella Choir.

that 's the A

It's still the most outstanding musical organization on

the campus, and the favorite of students and friends alike.

O;,ecto, Che,te, c,;ll Woves h;s baton; o,. Gmthaus, p,ofesso, G,ee,, (ond the othe<S ) sw;ng ;nto oct;on; the o'chestm p(oysr (t 'ep,esents the various instrumental abil ities of the campus-a// in unbelievable harmon y.

..PRAISE HIM WITH STJUN&ED INSTRUMENTS"

'VIOLIN

Andrew, Blanche Baker, Juanita Bolerjack, Naomi Gro th aus, Clarence Hayes, I rene Haag, Virginia Beaty, June Hathaway, Patricia John son, Ruby Rainbolt, Colvin J ernigan, Charlene Mayo, Emma Lissa

'VIOLA

Douglas, Mildred June Murphy, Louise

CELLO

E FLAT ALTO SAXOPHONE Dryden, Lurol Lucas, Charles

Wayne Spalding

BASS Bushree, Vesta May

CLARINET Brummett, Neta Cook, Ulmo Jean Lucas, Mary Jan e Waggoner, Doris

C MELODY SAXOPHONE Dickerson, Marj orie Grosclaude, Jene

TRUMPET Close, Myrna Bennett, R. Stephen Kifer, Boyd

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Thompson, Morceliene Carter, Earl Wilson , Ruby

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FRENCH HORN Tudor, Perry BARITONE

George, Betty Ellyn Hamilton , Jam es

DRUMs Gloze, Harold

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"811\I&, 0 DAUGHTER OF ZION"

Back row, left to right: Betty McNair, Eloise Brown, Ruth McMahon, Violet House, Anna Cornel son, Vivian Beckel , Lerline Thompson, Rubena Messer, Lucene Kirkland , Katherine Taylor, Margaret Newell, Phyllis Hendrickson, Zelma Li ster, Beulah Neufeld, Helen Jones, Nova Baker, Lois Bynum, Wanda Baker, Ina Pummill, Doris Bunyan, Marie Larson, Alma Jean Lunn, Frances Horger , Reba West, Georgia Bynum. Those not in picture : Mary Jo Bragg, Charyl Cl ose, Dea n Moore, Virginia Stumba ug h, Naomi Truesdell, Wahnona Snowbarger- pianist .

Girls who sing like the angels, but look much more substantial in their trim black skirts and white blouses-that's the Treble Chorus under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Nelson . It has taken on a personality and beauty all its own.

Elizabeth Nelson Director

Back row, left to right : Wayne Sledge, Lewis Thompson, Clester Pults, George Moore; Doris Hoskins, Ernestine Gooden, Wono Walker, Talmadge Stands; Mary Jo Horn, Lois Elaine Stone, Blanche Andrew; Dorcas Ann Gribble, Mary Steve Hope, Elaine Sanford, Virginia Stumbaugh .

The choral reading group interprets beautiful Iiterature.

Read in

unison by the chorus, well-known, old familiar lyrics become lovely works of art.

Gertrude Taylor Director

This is the group on the campus who know all the answers.

In general, it would be safe to

avoid argu ing with them . The debate squad has brought recognition to the College, and we are proud of its victories and its reputation of good sportsmanship.

Left to right: De word Finch, Talmadge Stands, Paul Batchelder, Mrs. Gert rud e Ta ylor, Billie Ann J ones, George Moore, Eorleen John son. Those not in

Do ri s Ho skins Eva Ma y Harper Helen Rob ertso n

Students

with

o u tstand ing

vocal ability ore grouped in tr ios and quartets.

Hours of practice

under the direction of M iss Alice Lewis result

in harmon ies r ich

and melodious .

Del la Dawson Roxie Ann M oore VVondo Joy Beave r

Charlene Jernigan Bern iece Dawso n Helen Tayl or

Lewi s Thompson, B::Jyd Kifer, N eil Hightower, Harol d Gloz e

Evangeline Hole, Ina Pumm i ll, Do r is Bun yan , Grace H ors t

Wando Joy Beaver Certificate in V oi ce

Recitals.

Certificates .

Diplomas.

Degrees.

Those ore the goals; long hours of hard work and practice ore the means by which these

go<;:~ls

ore

reached. The best talent of the college is repreLois Elaine Stone Degree in Piano

Naomi Kreie Degree in Speech

sented here.

Wando Baldwin Diploma in Piano

Billie Ann Jones Degree in Speech

"My Last Duchess"

Piano ensemble

Carroll Harville Certificate in Piano

Wilma Haley Certificate in Voice

Wana Walker Certificate in Speech

Velma Snowberger Certificate in Piano

Talmadg e Stands Certificate in Speech

The romantically beautiful story of the love of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett brought to Iive again on the stage of our college--that was the junior play. Top-notch acting, authentic costumes, and a bang-up ticket sales contest all contributed to its success.

The members of the class in dramatics learn self-expression through acting . Sometimes their work is serious, sometimes amusing- but always it lends ease and poise.

:Jfte oflttfe S~ep~erJ o/ _}~ngdom Come Full of heart-throbs and tender sentiment was the story of Chad, the "Little Shepherd of l<ingdom Come" as presented by the senior class. Presented in a modern setting by a superb cost, the ploy will long be remembered.

.of'lceum Variety is added to college life in the form of a dramatic sketch from the life of Beethoven "Moonlight Sonata"; next a lecture by "Slim Williams" describing his thrilling adventures in Alaska . It was then we decided to save our pennies and buy a motorcycle. The last lyceum number was in March when the Ritz Trumpeteers visited us .

"Slim Williams" Ritz Trumpeteers

0ÂŁ/ahorna Stale S'Jmpfwn'!

An unusual opportunity and beautiful muhic -. -that characterized the concert presented by the Oklahoma State Symphony Orchestra. The audience fell under the spell of the music, as the orchestra played and Victor Alessandro directed; and reluctantly left long after the lost lingering note of music hod died away.

In the picture above is Victor Alessandro, conductor of the Oklohomo state symphony orchestra, and below is Wayne Spalding, pianist, who appeared here on the Fanning memorial pipe organ benefit program.

GJucalion Education becomes a lifetime associate of one who learns to carry his book-satchel in an institution of learning and forgets not how to carry it with him from the school.

It is like the river with its influential tribu-

taries reaching forth, for education makes the man who makes the book. Like the effulgence of the sun that glances through the leaves to bring into contrast the shades of Iight and dark and to accentuate the color tones, the long Iine of the alphabet has marched its way through the denseness of every age to form prisms of enhanced visio路n and glints of enlightenment in every corner of creation. Education probed its way through the Dark Ages to expand in all the ramifications of present-day knowledge.

Philosophy & Religion

Music

English & Speech Foreign Languages <::,...,_,,...,, '-â&#x20AC;˘,.._-,...,

Science

Horne Econornics

Mathematics Cornrnercial Education & Psychology Health Education

''STUDY TO SHEW THYSELF APPROVED"

The heart of our college is found i'n the classroom, the laboratories, the Iibrary. They are the scene of long hours of work, and they're the motivating factor of many a headache . But for all that-we love them .

Hono r socie ty me mbe rs-first semes ter: Donn e ll Beave r, Rach e l Be lche r, Ch a rl es Bornema nn, Margu e rite Co te, W ilma Hal ey, Dorothy King , Mauric e Mah a nn a h, Roxie Ann Moo re, Virg inia Moo re, Jack Rairdon, He len Robe rtson, Velma Snowberg er, Lois El a ine Stone, Pe rry Tu do r, Una Wright. Second se mes te r : Ellen Marie Roge rs, Alme ta Mize ll , Anna Iren e Hayes, Eu ge ne Ray Verbeck, W a nda Loue lla Ba ldw in, Margare t H. Newe ll , He nry Pa ul Si mpso n, He len Loui se J ones, C. A. McCla in , Julia Odea n Murphree .

Ph i Delta Lambda-those studen t s who consistently set the curve. But they're not just bookworms, and you will find their interests are many and varied . To become a member, one must make a 2.5 average for two consecutive semesters. Most of us haven ' t done that, and won ' t-but we have the deepest admiration for these who have "made the grade. "

Velma Snowberger President

Bethany- Peniel was asked to select students to be listed in "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." So she had the students to pass by the judge's stand, and made her decision . To the qualifications-scholarship, leadership, sportsmanship, and co-operation, she added her own-spirituality. could be chosen . ..

Dan Beaver

Rachel Belcher

Jack Rairdan

Wanda Baldwin

Many were eligible, but only seven

:Jhe _Arrow This is a "thank you" to those who have worked on this book, whether they wielded a pair of scissors and smeared glue, chewed pencils Editor MITSUKO ETO

Business Manager BILLIE ANN JONES

Faculty Sponsor DR. CLARENCE E. GROTHAUS

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finger

nails

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the campus with

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write-ups, camera,

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tramped the streets selling ads. Without cooperation nothing can be a success, and a college annual is certainly no exception to this rule. We hope you members of the staff will feel repaid for your cooperation, willingness, and dependability, when you see the book as a completed whole. "Thank you" to the staff, to the sponsor, and to-well, almost everyone. Editor

Editor.... ·················--·--- ·--·--··-·--·-·- ______________________ Mitzi Eta Faculty Sponsor ----··----··--- ___________________ Clarence E. Grothaus Literary Adv isor ____ ··-··--·--·····--·--·-··--··----·--·---·-·-------···Ruth N. Fess Business Manager -·--·--·-·-·--·--·--··--------··---·-·---·-----· Bi II ie Ann Jones Assistant Bus. Mgr· -·--·-··-----·---·--·--------------·-------·-------· Bill Dorough SecretarY---···---··--·-·---·----·---·-·-·--·--··-------·------·-·--·----···--- Reba West Artist·-----··--------------·-·-------·-----·--- ·--··--·--------·------·Harper Cole Photographer----·-·------·--·--··-·--·-----··--·---··--·---------·-------··--· BiII Smith Typist and Proof-reader ______________________________________ Marguerite Cote Make- up Editor·---·---------·--·-----··--·---------···-----·-·---· He Ien Robertson Rel igion Editor __ ·-··-·----·-··-·-···-·--·-··------·-··-------·--·----·Aibert Gamble

Fine Arts Editor ______________ -----·--··-··--···-·····-··-·-·-·-·-·Ca rro ll Harvi lie Feature Editor-·-----·-··--··--_____------··-------·--· -··· EIizabe th Ha Ie Girls' Sports Editor-·-·······-·--·--·- ---------··-------·· --·-·-·-· J uani to Gregg Boys' Sports Editor_·-·-··----·-·-·-··-·-·--·--·----·--·-·-·· Hampton Anderson Diary-on _______ -···-·--·---- ------·-·--·-·-··-···-·-·-···-·-·-··--··· Alma Jean Lunn Class Editors : Seniors ... --··-·-··-------··-·-·--··-··-·-··-···---··-·-·- ____Eva Ma y Harper Juniors. ___________________________________________________ ___ Evangeline Hale Sophomores --------·-·-·--·--·-·--·--·----···--··-·-·-·- __ Greta Hamsher Freshmen ___________· -· --·----·--·-·-····-·-····--·------- ·----··-·- Nova Baker

"The Reveille Echo" is, supposedly, the voice of the students. Occasionally it has been a rumble; more often it has been just an "echo." Our purpose has been to bring you the news, some fun, and a wee bit of inspiration-but most of all, to portray the student life as it is-Christian young people attending a Christian college whose ideals are of the highest. You have been patient with our "brain storms," and we have had a lot of fun. -The Staff

Editor, RACHEL BELCHER Bus. Mgr., DON NEWELL JCulty Advisor, WILLIS B. DOBSON

Editorial Staff:

Ed ito r, Rachel Belcher; News Editor, Gertrude Pugh; Religi on Editor, Jack Rairdon; Sports Editor, Hampton Anderson; Society Edito r, Lois Brasher; Feature Edito r, Ela ine Sanford; Columnists, M. T . Hollingsworth, Harper Cole; Repo rters, Lois Elaine Stone, Elizabeth Hale, Kathleen McAnally, Leonard Akin , Charlene Jernigan , Rubena Me sse r, Juanita Greg g; Feature Writers, Alma Jean Lunn, Elton W ood, George Moo re. Business Staff :

Business Manager, Don Newell; Circulati on Manag e r, Wesley Meek; Ph otograph e r, Bill Sm ith ; Copy Reader, Una Wright; Composito r, Forrest Ladd; T ypists, Morceliene Thompson, Gre ta Hamsher. Faculty Advisor, Prof. Willis B. Dobso n

::Dorm ofl/e It brings back memories-of jam sessions with peanut-butter crackers spread thick with homespun philosophy; of borrowed toothpaste and perfumed hair oil, and missing alarm clocks and prized photographs; of the give and take of stacked rooms and stealthy hide-outs from the dorm mother in those tiny, one-exit clothes closets. We remember old associations and would Iike to say in the students' own vernacular, "Ain't we coot? Us is broommates, 'cause we sweep together-dust we too." And lest we forget, memories of evenings spent around that "neverwinding-down" piano in the parlor; of those times in the cosy snack kitchen foreseeing what the future held for us guys when the "right one" was doing our cooking.

"In my heart there rings a melody Women's dorm council

Ritz-y snack Surprise !-potato chips

Mrs. Mary J. Sears, Women's dormitory counselor

Mrs. Sears is the one who gives the girls of Bud-Robinson Hall that much-needed "motherly" advice and counseling, as well as the "Too much noise on third floor I" after eleven o'clock at night. Her beautiful Christian personality and her genuine love for people ore radiated through her sweet smile.

Wonder what the closet looks like?

"Meet me at . .. to study chemistry ( :> ) "

Fudge at m idnight

" ... then take an aspirin and go to bed"

Tattle tale gray

Wartime shortage

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Prunes, Steve;>

Must be Saturday

Mrs. Walter Drury, Dietitian

Mrs . Drury is the one who plans the menus (as in hamfor- Sunday- dinner, you know), counts the calories in the butterscotch puddin's, and watches for vitamins in the cabbage and carrot salads. Under her efficient supervision, the din ing

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This year finds many at Bethony-Peniel joining that innumerable caravan of working students. As, doily, they grind out their education, they catch the vibrant uplifting tones found even in monotonous and humdrum perseverance.

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orgoret Lomb orn ert, Me , out of ch and Pop" L n s dorrnito oos 路 Ornbe t ry cou rnojor sk . . tn Men 's H r ore the nsefors trrntsh . of/ W ones h hether the d~ o bring Ord session for th Wtth Pillows ~ efficiently "t PUrpose of d . s ornrnunition tsturbonce . er a e Port" or "t ktscussing girls ,Mor on ofter-h ts a a e over " ' orn Ond p ours ' as the situatio op con n dernonds.

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Dream-ology

"No letter today"

"I don't want to walk without you"

Fun and Coca-Cola

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Gas rat ioning

" When day is done . . . "

Over the tinkle of teacups

La Casita council

Star gazer

The two s ingers

"The Little House" originated because of the growing pains of the college and will be remembered because of its spirit of cooperation , happiness, and spirituality. From the early morning prayer meetings, through the last few m inutes of studying, manicuring or pinning up hair by the hall light at 11 : 15, each day has been one of sheer happiness.

Smile pretty!

"Time out," for the parade of sports! Yes, our campus has a sports program too-varied, active, and successful. Whether we play or whether we sit on the sidelines and cheer, basketball, football, softball, and track are a vital part of our well-rounded college life at Bethany-Peniel. Sometimes we win; sometimes we lose; but always we have the joy of knowing we have "played the game square."

The same rules-true

sportsmanship, clean playing, and graceful winning or losing-are used in the "game of life," too. "There's the whistle, and here come the players . . . Rah, Rah! . ..

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"8" CLUB Girls' "8" club members : Roxie Ann Moore, Ruby Wilson, Juanita Gregg, Alma Jean Lunn, Esther Marie Landtroop, Jean Perguson . Not in picture: Eunice Patterson .

TENNIS SINGLES CHAMPION Juanita Gregg

FRESHMEN N. Umme l P. Hathawa y R. W illiams E. Weakes路 M . Larson E. N. Godwin J . Watts W . L. Rhodes M . E. He rrin Not in picture:

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UPPERCLASSMEN M . J . Horn R. Emmert J . Gregg W . Baker J . Perguson A . J . Lunn R. Wil son E. M . Landtroop R. A . Moore

THE REDSKINS

The Redskins ore composed of hard -working and sports- interested girls. They were chosen by the Girls' "B" club for their ability to ploy in the infield as well as in the outfield . Esther Marie Londtroop, Juanita Gregg, Alma Jean Lunn, and Ruby Wilson receive their second year letter while the others will receive their first year letter.

He rrin

Not in picture:

Horn

H. Eli E. Patte rson

Patterson

REDSKIN SOFTBALL TEAM Gregg

Watts

Lan d troo p

Lunn

W ilson

Rhodes

FRESHMtN L. Dryden P. Hathaway L. Stout J. Watts W. L. Rhodes L. Williamson V. Reed M. E. Herrin Not in picture:

E. Weakes R. Williams

SOPHOMORES J. Gregg R. Emmert A . J . Lu nn E. M . Londtroop R. Wil son M. J. Horn W. Boker L. Kin g

JAMBOREE TEAM M . E. Herri n E. M. Londtroop J. Gregg R, Wil so n C. Cl ose Not in picture:

R. Emmert M. J. Horn A. J . Lunn J. Watts

It seemed at the beginning of the season that the Sophomores would toke the tourney, but their luck was reversed the second semester . The Frosh succeeded in securing some new players that furnished the needed power to overtake and pass the Sophomores . The Frosh won the tournament by one game . Congratulations to a hard-working team!

The members of the Redskins are chosen by the Girls' "B" club for their sportsmanship, ability to play, and the number of games they participated in.

Alma Jean Lunn, Esther Marie Landtroop,

Ruby Wilson, and Juanita Gregg return for their second year letter. The remaining six players will receive their first year letter.

Lunn Watts

Emmert He rrin

Gregg Wilson Baker

Landtraap Horn Rhodes

Prof. Vernon Snowberger, Director

BOYS' "B" CLUB MEMBERS: Prof. Vernon Snowberger Kenneth Armstrong Danford Alger Ed Houston William Marsh Bill Dorough Jimmie Hamilton Irwin Harris Willis Lambert Emory McReynolds Don Beaver Hampton Anderson Deward Finch Lewis Andrew Odis Brown Not in picture: James Gillespie Calvin Graham James Hudson C. A. McClain Claude Northcutt Bob Nye Dave Sharp Jimmie Watson

OFFICERS Prof. Vernon Snowbarger_ ________________ _5ponsor Dave Sharp ---------------------------------- President Bi II Dorough ---------------------------Vice- President Hampton Anderson ______________________ Secretory

TENNIS SINGLES CHAMPION Dove Sharp

Dave Sharp won his third consecutive letter in tennis this year. He took the tourney with very little competition. Dave teamed with C. A. McClain to take the tennis doubles. This victory gives C. A. the requirements for his entrance into the Boys' "B" club in which Dave is already a member.

TENNIS DOUBLES CHAMPIONS Dove Sharp C . A. McClain

This is the first year Softball has bee n cr ed ited as a major sport at Bethany- Peniel College . Th e Boys' "B" club voted to make it suc h so as to gain new members for their club.

A f irst yea r

letter was given each member chosen on the t eam .

FINCH BATTING AVERAGE

Dewo rd, " Foggy," Finc h took th e batting overage with a .588 to h is c redit. Considering some of th e pitc hers he come up agai nst thi s is on exce ll en t record.

Lamber t Watson Sha rp Gra ha m

Gil lespie

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Finch Anderson

Hudson Armstrong

The Sophomores were victorous again as softball champions. They made the complete season without a single loss. The other classes had good teams but did not seem to be able to achieve as much team work as that of the Sophomores.

Graham Stewart Hamilton Gillespie

Watson Jenkin s Sledge Smith

JUNIOR-SENIOR Back row, left to right : W. C. Fowler, K. Hull, L. McMah on, J. Rairdon, E. McReynolds, C. Rock ; C. Pults, W. Orr, W. Lambert. Not in picture : D. Beaver, W. Marsh, C. A. McClain, D. Sharp, P. Tudor.

FRESHMEN Back row, left to right : L. Casey, D. Alger, L. Thompson, N . Hightower, L. Akin ; R. Thompson, B. Wade. Not in picture : R. Brakebill, 0 . Brown, E. Carter, H. Glaze, J . W . Hall , Jr. , I. Harris, Y. Moseley, C. Rainbolt, E. Riggs .

CLASS STANDING Team

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The Jamboree is the opening of the basketball season each year. This great event is held annually around the last of November in the college gymnasium .

It brings together Bethany High School

Bronchos and the College Redskin teams.

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colors waving and everyone behind his team, the Redskins were victor over the Bronchos this year.

JAMBOREE TEAM Left to right : Lewis Andrew, Eorl Riggs, Deward Finch, James Gillespie, Hampton Anderson, Odis Brown .

Never in doubt of victory, the Sophomores took SOPHOMORES

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Sledge Anderson Verbeck Simpson Fin ch Armst rong

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Congratulations to an undefeated team '

SENIORS Rairdon Lambert McClain Sharp Hull Fowle r Houston Rock Newell No t in p ictu1 e: Nye Reazin

JUNIORS McMahon Stands Smith Marsh Andrew Fau lkner Not in picture : Hu dson Bynum Beaver Pults

FRESHMEN Harri s, Brown, Watson, Stevens, Glaze , Alger . Not in oicture:

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Basketball is the main event in sports. There ore usually ten members chosen on the Redskin squad, but because of the man shortage on our campus, it was limited this year to only eight members.

Andrew tokes

his third year letter, while Finch and Anderson return for their second year letters. Each of the remaining players receives his first year letter . The Redskins won two out of the three gomes played this year.

Alger Armstrong

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TITLE HOLDER

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50 yd . dash 100 yd. dash 220 yd. dash 440 yd . dash 880 yd . dash 1 Mile Run 2 Mile Run 120 yd. H. Hurdles 220 yd. L. Hurdles 440 yd . Re!oy Discus Shot Put Hammer Throw Pole Vault High Jump Broad Jump

Curtis Smith John Ed Roberts John Ed Roberts Ponder Gilland Alfred Miller Byron LeJeune Doyle Felts Willis Snowberger Fronk Fuson Beta Harold Garrison Harold Garrison Robert Venable Lee Spradlin Paul Smith John Ed Roberts

5.4 sec. 10.2 sec. 22.2 sec. 52.5 sec. 2.13 min . 5. 1.5 min. 11.13 min. 18.05 sec. 27.8 sec . 43.7 sec . 106' 2" 46' 10" 121 '5" 11 '2.5" 5'8 V4" 20'3 ~12"

YEAR MADE 1935 1941 1939 1939 1942 1942 1942 1942 1940 1935 1932 1942 1932 1943 1944 1941

About the middle of September you land on the campus of BethanyPeniel College. After the nightmare of registration and initiation, you are a full-fledged member of the freshman class. You are bubbling with zest and enthusiasm, and your spirit permeates the whole campus. You sophomores are a little over-confident. Uust look how you treated those poor freshmen during initiation week.)

You have learned how to

get by with a minimum of study and a maximum of-recreation, would you say:> Juniors-Well, you have serious things on your minds. There is the junior play and the junior-senior banquet to plan . And you realize that soon you'll be seniors, so you start worrying about majors and m inors and upper-division credit. You make lots of high resolves, but somehow or other you don't accomplish too much . Seniors-senior play, comprehensives, senior trip, graduation .

You

feel very important deciding on the Commencement speaker and the announcements. You burn the midnight oil trying to make up for lost time . When Commencement finally arrives, you breathe sighs of relief. But you wipe the tears from your eyes as you say good-bye to Bethany-Peniel College .

DR. MENDELL TAY LOR Spon sor

W ILLIAM DOROUGH , Pres ident Deg ree: Th.B. Major: Religion " Good - nature is t he very ai r of a good mind, the sign of a la rge a nd generous soul, and the pecu lia r soil in wh ich vi rtue

CHA RLES ALLEN McCLAIN , Jr., Vice- Pres ident Deg ree: T h.B. Major: Religion " Cul tu re is a st udy of pertec t io n ."-

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Deg ree: T h. B. Major : Relig ion of ma nner al wa ys

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HELEN ROBERTSON Treasurer

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PAUL ERNEST FLACK Degree: A.B. Major: Philosophy "Curiosity is one of the permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous in-

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EVELYN N GRIBBLE

Degree: B.S. in Home Economi Cs Major: Home Economics

" A face with gladness overspread 1 Soft smiles, by human kindness bred !" -Wordsworth

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' Nothing lovelier can be found In woman, than to study household

goods, And good works in her husband to

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BILLIE ANN JONES Degree: A.B. in Speech Major: Speech

'She hath a natural, wise sincerity, ' simple truthfulness; and these tave lent her a dignity as moveless JS the centre:'-Lowell

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NAOMI KREIE

" Cheerfulness is on offshoot of goodness

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WILLIS J. LAMBERT RICHARD LINTON

Degree: A.B. Major: History "Ability involves responsibility. Power to its last particle is duty."-Mclaren

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KENNETH DEAN HULL Deg ree: Th .B. Major: Religion " Good-nature is one of the richest fruits of true Christianity."-Henry W. Beecher

ANITA LOUI SE LONG Deg ree: Th .B. Major : Religion

"The mildest manners and the gentlest hea rt."-H omer

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EMMA LISSA MAYO Degree: B.F.A. in Public Sch oo l Music Major : Public School Music "A lov ing heart is the truest wisdom. 11 Dickens

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WILSON LEE ORR Degree: A B. Major: Chemistry " Hi s hea rt was in his work, and the heart giveth grace un to every art."-Longfellow

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" Responsibility walks hand in hand w capacity -and power."-Holland

WILLIAM LEWIS PATTERSON Degree: Th .B. Major: Religion

"As th e intere5t of man, so hi s God ; his God, so he. "--Lavater

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ODEAN MURPHREE B. F.A. in Publ ic Sch oo l Music Majo r : Pub lic Schoo l M usic

"She is ca lm because she is t he mist ress o f her s ubjec t, -t he secret of se lf-possessio n." - Bea consf ie ld .

DONALD LELAND NEWELL Deg ree: Th .B. Majo r : Re ligion

Deg ree: Th .B. M a jor : Relig ion

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TWYLAH PH IPPS Deg ree: B.F.A. in Publi c Schoo l Music Major : Public School Music

" Chri sti a n i t y is th e hi gh es t perfec -

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Degree: Th .B. M ajor : Re ligion " There is no th ing nobl e in a c lergyman bu t th e burn ing zeal f or th e

solvati o n of souls."-Law

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VELMA LUCILE SNOWBARGER Dearee: B.F.A. in Public ''- School Music Major: Publ ic School Music

" " Good .,_taste

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" He is gent le that deeth gentle deeds." - Chaucer

" W e re she perfect, one would admire her

" H onesty is good sense, politeness, ami able

more but love her less." -Grattan

ness-ali in one."-Richordson

WAHNONA HORGER SNOWBARGER

LOIS ELAINE STONE

Degree: B.F.A. in Public School Music Major : Public School Music " It is true politeness, gentleness, and love

fo r humanity that constitutes a lady. "Lanca ster

Degree: B.F .A. in Piano Major. Piano

"Grecit things are not accomplished by idle dreams, but by years of patient study ."Aughey

UNA MARWILDA WRIGHT Degree: A.B . Major: English " Common sense is on ly a modification a talent. Genius is on exaltation of it: th difference is, therefo re, in deg ree, nc na ture. '' -Bu lwe r- Ly tt on

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Degree: A.B. Major: Engli sh

Degree : Th.B. Major : Religion

Her words ore tru sty heralds t o her mind ." - Ford

" Sincerity is religion personified."-

Chapin

DAVID SHARP Degree: Th.B . Major: Rel igion " In a word, to be a fine gentleman is to

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Briscoe, Paul Vernon Bynum, William Howard Classe n, Be tty Jea n Dawson , Della Douglas, Mildred June Doyle, D. Edwin Eta, Mitz i Ferry, James Loy

Gamble, Albe rt Leon Gronemyer, Bill W . Grosclaude, Jene Hale, Evangeline Haley, Wilma Ha sk ins, Doris Erline Hayes, Anna Irene

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Moore, Helen Faye Moore, Jean Moore, Virginia Moss, Berta Moe Neufeld, Floyd J. Pults, James Clester Ratcliffe, Pearl Irene Russell, Mildred

Simpson, Eulo Merle Smith, Floyd P. Stands, Jacob Eugene Stands, Talmadge Taylor, Minnie Leo Taylor, Ruth Toepfer, Naomi Ruth Tudor, Perry

Walker, Wono Gene Crenshaw, Hazel Irene Patterson, John H. Smith, Stephen Traeder, Mildred

Was the water cold? . .. "Pike's Peak or bust" . . . The terrible Meek . . . "The Great Stone Face" . . Whee - Whew! . .. Have a bite! "I gotta ack lak a man!" . . . "Tough, but oh so gentle" . . "Jabberwocky" . . . Smooth sailing . . . Lucky juniors.

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"Ma - honey" . .. Jimmie, did you lose your marbles? .. . Just George' . . . Glamor personified . . . Peanut butter shine . . . Nice goin ', Civ illa! . " Merrily we roll along-" . . . Welcome . . . Frozen vitamins . . . We don ' t believe in evolution, but- . . . "Don' t fence me in" . . . Which is the goat?

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Sophomore class officers: Sponsor, Prof. Earl V. Greer; President, J. R. Smith; Vice-president, Charles Oliver; Secretary, Lillie Mae Wright; Treasurer, Delene Stockton ; Student council representative, Gail Vanover. Cook, Ulma Jean Couchman, Virginia Dent, Violet Irene Dickerson, Marjorie Dunaway, Do rothy Jeanne Eli , Helen

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Hamsher, Greta Harville, Thomas Carroll Hendrickson, Phyllis Hinds, Geneva Pearl Hogan , Glenellyn Horn, Mary Jo Jenkins, Gordon Lee Jones, Helen Loui se

King, Laveeta Kirkland, Margaret Lucene Lister, Zelma Lunn, Alma Jean Mahannah, Maurice Lee Moore, Dean Moore, George Chapman Neufeld, Beulah Friesen

Newell, Margaret Northcutt, Claude Oliver, Wm . Charles Parham, Mary Ruth Patterson, Eunice Agne s Patterson, Violet Lemay Pigg, Margaret Joyce

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Thompson, Lerl ine Thompson, Raymond Lee Truesdell, Naomi Tudor, Cleo Vanover, Gail Verbeck, Eugene Roy

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Brow n, El o ise Brown , Odis Raymond Brummett, Neto Lou Buffington, Jock Rolph Bushree, Claude, Jr .

Bush ree, Vesta Moe Butler, Alberto Bynum , Georgia Bynum, Lois Marie Corter, Robert Earl

Cosey, Ruth Leo Co te, Mildred Chi Idress, Mary Luci lie Close, Charyl Close, Myrna

Cole, Harper Leroy Co rne lsen, Anno Marie Craig, Pegg y Crilly, Dorothy Mary

Dickerson, Maurine Doing, Peggy June Dryden, Lura! Faulkne r, Darthymarie France, Jean Gandy, Marie Gardner, Irene George, Betty Ell yn Glaze, Harold J .

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equipment-al l are just waiting to materialize as soon as the war is over. There will be a new dormitory here, a new Iibrary there, a new class room building on this corner of the campus, and a new student union building on that. And everywhere, there will be students-new students and old students, hundreds of students. There will be more build ings in which to teach history and philosophy and English . There will be more laboratories and equipment with which to make clear the principles of mathematics and science. There will be a larger faculty, and more courses. And there will be more young people receiving an education in a Christian college . But until that tomorrow becomes today, we must content ourselves with blue-prints and floor -plans-and dreams.

The ages' breezes bear the sound Of echoed voices ringing out, In myriad chants of ecstasy, The praise of faith that checks the dou bt. Long, long ago began this choir, When first one held Christ's banner h igh; Rehearsed by volunteers since then, This tale of love to us comes n igh . A tested shield engulfs this trust, Displaying martyred hero's gleam ; There, too, is marked a taint of red, And hovers near a visioned dream. For hopes and efforts spent Iike these, Have built a m illion causes true; Beh ind the veil of school life now Is well-aimed purpose carried through . The principles of those before, Ingrained in solid brick and stone, Reveal the seed that made the plant, Enshrine the prayerful smile or groan . Bright gems that fall from teaching lips, The ever-linking human chain, And off-shoots radiating light, Reflect intense desire and gain. This faith that manifested is, And knows our fathers' grasp, Shall always reign within our halls, If hand of each gives friendly clasp. Elizabeth Hale

ABILENE DISTRICT

NEBRASKA DISTRICT

Rev. W . B. Walker

Rev. T. P. Dunn

Rev . J. Walter Hall

Rev. A. F. Hayes

Rev. John F. Roberts

Rev. W . L. Brown

ARKANSAS DISTRICT Rev. Holland London Rev . Agness W . Diffee Rev. R. M . Parks

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT Rev . W . L. French Rev . C. C. Chatf ield Rev. R. B. Kelly EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

DALLAS DISTRICT

Rev. W . R. Donaldson

Dr. I. C. Mathis

Rev. Porter T. Carg ill

Rev. Chester A. Sm ith

Rev. B. F. Neely

Rev. G. S. Rodgers

Rev. W . R. White Rev. Haley Messer

KANSAS DISTRICT Rev. E. E. Zachary

Rev. W. A. Carter WESTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

Rev. P. J. Bartram

Rev. J . W. Short

Mr. E. W . Snowbarger

Mr. B. M . Hall Rev. C. F. Transue

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT Rev. Jarrette Aycock Mr. M . Frank Turner Dr. Hugh C. Benner

Rev. E. A. Green Dr. C. B. Strang Rev. L. W . Collar Rev. A. LeRoy Taylor ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE

LOUISIANA DISTRICT

Rev. M ilton Smith

Rev . Elbert Dodd Rev . W. 0 . Fisher Rev. G. M . Ak in

PRESIDENT OF BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE Dr. 0 . J . Finch

1944 45 Adams, Harr iett Orleane 3123 N .W . 16th , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Aki n, Leonard Everett 414 West Walnut, Altus, Oklahoma Aki n, M ildred La verne 41 4 West Walnut, Altus, Oklahoma Alger, Danford Wayne 203 N. Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma Anderson, Hamp t on Dedrick 201 N. Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma Andrew, Alma 124 N. Pen iel, Bethany, Oklahoma Andrew, Blanche Hast ings 124 N . Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma Andrew, Lewis Edward 124 N . Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma Antrim, Patricio Ruth 300 N .W. Second Street, Bethany, Ok lahoma Armstrong, Billy T orbett 218 N. Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma A rm strong , Ken neth Shelby 31 1 S. Dona ld, Bethany, Oklahoma Attaway, Ella Munsinge r Bethany, Oklahoma Ba iley, Co lleen L. Bethany, Oklahoma Baker, Juanita Marilyn 1423 Chester Street, Stillwater, Oklahoma Boker, Nova Louise Queen City, T exas Baker, Wando Adelle Helena, Oklahoma Baldwin, Wanda Lo ue lia Bo x 509, Idabe l, Oklahoma Barnard, Elnora 209 S. 6th Street, Purcell , Oklahoma Batchelder, Pa ul , Jr . 2603 N .E. 33rd Street, Portland, Oregon Beasley, Jennie Malone Goodlett, T exas 路 Beaty, June Avis Route l , Go lena, Kansas Beaver, Dori s Darlene 200 N . Pen ie l, Bethany, Oklahoma Beaver, Wando Jay 200 N . Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma Beaver, William Donnell 1813 Mclean Street, Falls City, Nebraska Beckel, Vivian Alto 8 14 N. Mueller, Bethany , Oklahoma Beckner, Lynna Mill sap Route 4, Sulphur Springs, Te xas Belc her, Sarah Rachel Route 2, M elrose, New Mexico Biddle, Mary El len Box 862, Vivian, Louisiana Bloke, Wilma Dean 606 W. 6 th , Quanah, Texas Bolerjack, Geneva Ruth 511 W. Walnut, Independence, Kan sas Bolerjack, Naomi Wynell 5 11 W. Walnut, Independence, Kan sas Bornemann, Charley Lester Route 3. Okarche, Oklahoma Bounds, Lucil le Aud rey Bethany, Oklahoma Bowman, Avis Nodine 311 S. Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma Bowman, Carl Roy 209 S.E. 2nd Street, Abil ene, Kansas Bragg , Mary Jo 341 5 S. Shortel, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Brakebill. Roy 13 18 College Street, Little Rock, Arkansas Brasher . Lois Stockett 6 10 North Mueller Street, Bethany, Oklahoma Bratten, Fri eda Gertrude Route 3, Box 253, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Bris:oe. Paul Ve rn on Bethany, Oklahoma Brook. Hildreth I. Batesville, Arkansas Brown. Alta Irene Eastman Bethany, Oklahoma Brown , He len Moe Jones, Oklahoma Brown. Leona Eloise l Oo:2 E. Third, Cushing, Oklahoma Brown, Odi s Rovm ond Bethany, Oklahoma Brown. Sybil Ruth Jones, Okl ahoma Brown;ng, Est allee N. R.R. 2 . Pocasset, Oklahoma Browning, Juanita Lavern R.R. 2. Pocasset, Oklahoma Browning, Lillian Nadine R.R. 2, Pocasset, Oklahoma Brummett, Neta Lou Shattuck. Oklahoma Brya n . Patty Lou Rou t e 3. Box 270. Oklah oma City, Oklahoma Buffino t on , Jock Rolph 208 Melton, T exa rkana , T exas

Bunyan, Dori s Marie 2402 Maple, Wichita, Kan sas Bushree, Claude William, Jr. Bethany, Oklahoma Bushree, Vesta Mae Long Bethany, Okl ahoma Butler, Norma Irene Bethany, Oklahoma Butler, Vida Alberta Route 6, Lubbock, Texa s Bynum, Georgia Wayne Bethany, Oklahoma Bynum, Loi s Mari e Bethany, Oklahoma Bynum, Looman Walla ce Bethany, Oklahoma Bynum, Margaret Hill Bethany, Oklahoma Bynum, William H oward Bethany, Oklahom a Calloway, Esth er Charlene 3 17 N. Wh eeler, 8ethany, Oklahoma Cantrell, Alma Dean 23 1 So. 5th Street, West H elena, Arkansas Carl, Mary Max ine 30 15 W. 12th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas Co rter , Mary Lee Route 3, Box 141, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Corter, Robert Earl 路 4137 So. 31st W. Avenue, Tul sa, Oklahoma Casey, Erma Jewe ll Bethany, Oklahoma Cosey, Robert Loui s Bethany, Oklahoma Cosey, Ruth Leo 3 12 N. 3rd Street, Sayre, Oklahoma Cote, Mildred Lucille 922 No. Custer, Grand Island, Nebraska Cote, Sara Marguerite 922 No . Custer, Grand Island, Nebraska Ca vi n, Helen Max ine R.R. I, Isabel, Kansas Childress, Mary Lucille 1321 E. 7th Avenue, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Chaffin, Toy Thresso 2741 N .W. 27th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklo . Childress, Mary H e len 710 No. Wilborger, Electro, Te xas Chrone, Margaret Odell Bethany, Ok lahoma Classen, Betty Jean 1601 N .W. 33rd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Cla yton, James Rodgers 316 N . Redmon, Bethany, Oklahoma Close, Charyl Lucille Kingsdown, Kan sas Close, M y rna King sdown, Kan sa s Cloud , Eunice Oneto Higgins, T exes Cole, Harper Leroy Bethany, Oklahoma Collins, Melvi n Roy Campbell, T exas Colston, Ruby Lucin o Rt. 3, Box 269, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Conway, Woodrow Arthur 540 No. Cherokee St., Muskog ee, Oklahoma Coody, Richard Don Bethany, Oklahoma Cook, Ulmo Jean 97 Victory Park , McAlester, Ok lahoma Cornelius, Robbie Manson Route I, W ellington, Te xas Corne lson , Anna Marie Meade, Kansas Cosh ow, Betty Goy Box 324 J, Route 3, Oklahoma City, Okla . Cotter, Carolyn Jea n Bethany, Oklahoma Cotton, Ronald Earl Bethany, Oklahoma Couchman, V irginia Marie Bethany, Oklahoma Craig , Pegg y Lou ise Box 74 , Granley, Missouri Crenshaw, Hazel Irene 1420 Sprinafield, Stillwater, Okl ah oma Crill y, Dorothy Mary 237 Second St. S.E., New Philade lphia , Ohio Crown. Florence Fox 1510 Linwood Bl vd ., Oklahoma City, Oklo. Culbertson, Nolan D . 724 No. Waco, Wichita, Kan sas Cutting, Keith Richmond Bethany. Ok lahoma Cutting, Virginia Ellen Bethany, Okla homa Davis. Doris Jea n Bethany, Oklahoma Dav is, Ra ymond Doug las Bethany, Oklah oma Do:vis. Sue Nel l Bethany, Oklahoma

Dawson, Della Elizabeth Bethany, Oklahoma Dawson, Esther Bern1 ece Ford, Kan sa s Dent, Violet Irene 6 322 Ridge Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri DeVilbiss, Leslie Ra ymond Stillwater, Oklahoma Dickerson, Ali ce I rene Edmond, Oklahoma Di : k ersan, Argu s Ruby Piedmont, Oklahoma Dickerson, Dolores Cashion, Oklahoma Di ckerson , Mar;orie Marcella Bethany, Oklahoma Di ckerson, Montie Maurine Bethany, Oklahoma Dickerson, Vivi an Jean Cashion, Oklahoma Dillingham, Lois Isabe ll 2808 Frede ri ck , Shreveport, Louisiana Di xon, Warren Verner Bethany, Oklahoma Doing, Pegg y June 715 N o. First Street , Ponca City, Oklahoma Dorough, William Montgomery, Jr . R.F.D. I, Bowie, T exas Do uglas, Mildred June Bethany, Oklahoma Dayle, Donald Edwin 1248 S. Evan ston, Tulsa, Oklahoma Dryden, Lurol Elizabeth 1010 N . Ell ison, Guymon , Ok la hom a Dunaway, Dorothy Jeanne Kilfore, T exas Durbin, Matthias, Jr. Box 419, R. I, Fort Smith, Arkansas Edmonds, Billye Jean Bethany, Oklahoma Elder, Willie Lee 122 W. Eufaula, Norman , Ok lahoma Eli, Helen El izabeth Bethany, Oklahoma Ellard, Jane lle Ruth Bethany, Oklahoma Ellard, Paul Doug las Bethany, Oklahoma Emmert, James Louis Yukon, Oklahoma Emmert, Mary Ruth l 009 Cherry Street, Orange Te xa s Eppler, Thoma s Albert Britton , Oklahoma Erwin, Pansy Este lene Pearl , T exas Eta, Mitsuko Bethany, Oklahoma Evan s, Chas. Plott 5940 N .W. 40th, Oklahoma C ity, Oklahoma Fain, Shirley Dell 400 N . Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma Fau lkner , Charl es Doug las Bethany, Oklahoma Fau lk ner, Dorthymarie 508 Milwaukee Ave, Houston, T exas Fau ss. Grova line Ann 723 N. Asbury, Bethany, Oklahoma Ferry, James Loy Vilonia, Arkan sas Finch, Deword Raymond 500 N . Pen iel, Bethany, Oklah oma Fin ch . Doro th v Arlene 500 N . Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma Flock , Paul Ernest 106 '12 S.E. l st, Andover, Ohio Fletcher, Alberto Marie 609 E. Matthews Ave., Jonesboro, Arkansas Flovd . Mrs. Lillian Harden 路 311 N . Coll ege, Bethany, Oklahoma Fo ley, William Eugene Bethany, Oklahoma Fowler . William Colvin 3808 8 27th W. Ave., T u lsa, Oklahoma France. Ann R. 337 Front Ave. S. C., New Philadelphia, Ohio France. Kath erine Jean 337 Fro nt Ave. S. C., New Philade lphia, Oh io Frederic k , Ci v illa Moriaold 123 N . Penie l, Bethany, Oklahoma French. Emma Geraldin e 1 120 N . Philadelphia, Sh awnee, Oklahoma Fri esen, El sie Marie Route 2, Box l 22 Custer, Oklahoma Gamble. Albert Leon l 05 S.W. First, Bethany, Oklahoma Gandv. Lois M a ri e i 09 Mueller, Bethany, Oklohomo Gardner, I ren e Meade, Kansas Garrett, Earnes t Whitfield 1007 N. Main St ., T ulsa , Oklahoma Garett. Geinnia Vi rgnane 313 N .W. Sec., Bethany, Ok lahoma

Student ;})irector'l, 1944- 45 { ContinueJ} Gatlin, Verda Myrtle Bethany, Oklahoma George, Betty Ellen Route 2, Aline, Oklahoma Gillespie, James Duke 312 Axtell, Clovis, New Mexico Glaze, Haro ld Jackson 2015 Orange St. , L itt le Rook, Arka nsa s Godwin, Emmi e Nodine Sherman, T exas Gooden, Erne stin e Irene 41 2 East 13th, Amarillo, Te xas Goodwin, Kathleen Frances 306 N .W. Ave., Bethany, Oklahoma Graham, James Calvin Alton, Texas Greathouse, Hattie Earlene

213 S. Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma Gregg, Juanita Jewell R. 2, Box 39, Post, Texa s Green, Edwa Neal 406 N. College, Bethany, Oklahoma Gribble, Dorcas Ann Avon Park , Florida Gribble, Eve lyn 927 W. Main St., Avon Pa rk, Flor ida Grissom, Robert Jesse 1 1 1 Asbury, Li ttle Rock, Arkansas Gronemyer, Bill \Nerren Route I, Sedro, Washington Grosclaude, Dee Lillianno 707 Asbury, Bethany, Oklahoma Grosclaude, Iri s Glendaia 707 Asbury, Bethany, Oklahoma Groscloude, Lana Jene 707 Asbury, Bethany, Oklahoma Guinn, Thelma Rachel Goshen, Arkansas Hale, Deloris Lorene 1920 E. Main , Shawnee, Oklahoma Hale, Elizabeth Wynne 115 N . Mueller, Bethany, Oklahoma Haley, Wilma Mae 504 E. Second, Roswell, New Mexico Hale, Evangeline Martha 115 N. Mueller, Bethany, Oklahoma Hall , John Walter, Jr. 3907 Ave. G, Fort Worth, Texas Hall , Patricia Marie 3907 Ave. G, Fort Worth, Texa s Hamilton , Jimmy David 504 Walnut, Hays, Kansa s Hammer, Mary Viola 404 N. Donald , Bethany, Oklahoma Hammer, Melba Jacqueline 3022 N. Place, Oklahoma Cit y, Oklaho m a Hamsher, Freda Irene Route 4, Neosho, Missouri Hamsher, Greta 2923 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Missour i Hankins. Mack Eugene 617 E. Eiqhth, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Harper, Eva May

Bethany, Oklahoma Harrell. Lois Elizabeth 2373 W . Twelfth, Little Rock, Arkanscs Harri s. Floyd Irwin Route 1, Buffalo, Missouri Harris. Fron ::es Jo Ann Bethany, Oklahoma Harris, Earlene Bethany, Oklahoma Harris, Robert Donnelle 1 12 y, E. Ninth, Winfield, Kansas Harrison , Travis Jacob Bethany, Oklahoma Harville, Thomas Carroll Box 68, Vivian, Louisiana Haskins, Dori s Erline 517 N. Eighth . Ponca City , Oklahoma Hathaway, Noble Chapman Bethany, Oklahoma Hathaway. Patricia Ann 502 E. Cherokee, Cleveland, Oklahoma Hawkins. Alton Merl Bethany, Oklahoma Hawkins. Lometa Culwell Bethany, Oklahoma Hayes. Anna I rene Bethany, Oklahoma Henderson, Willard Noel 1626 N. Washington, Enid, Ok lahoma Hendrickson , Phy llis 1511 Scott , Conwa v, Arkansas Herrin . Marv Ellen · Route ·1, Box 73, Marked Tr ee, Arkansas Hess, Norma Lee Route 1, Blackwell, Oklahoma Hightower. Neil Edward 873 Rice . Little Rock , Arkansas Hilliard. Dorothy Mae 201 S. Tw en tieth, Tem ole, T exas Hind~ . Geneva Pearl Bethany, Oklahoma

Hinds, Glenda Saloma Bethany , Oklahoma Hogan, Glenellyn 1415 Morland, Route 5, Norman, Oklahoma Hoggatt, Gloria Dell Lakeview, Te xas Hol li ngsworth , Johnnie Carl Bethany, Oklahoma Hollingsworth, Meredith Theodor e Bethany, Oklahoma Hollingsworth, Meryl Roselyn 3U7 E. Broadway, Enid, Oklahoma Holmes, Zita Mae Guymon, Oklahoma Homer, Lester Otto Box 83, Hollis, Oklahoma Hoover, Charles Ross Route 2, Box 320 B, Oklahoma City, Oklo . Hoover, Shirley Jeanne Route 2, Box 320 B, Oklahoma City, Okla. Hope, Mary Steve Scottsville, Texas Hopkins, Edna Mae Stapleton , Nebraska Harger, Frances Edell 501 W. Tenth , Dallas, Te xas Horn, Mary Ja 2695 Cabl e, Beaumont, Texas Horst, Grace Marie Route 1, Newton, Kansa s H ouchin, Harvey Anthony Route I, Fort Smith, Arkansas Hause, Janet Rhea Bethany, Oklahoma H ou~e, Violet Sunbeam 922 Arkansas, N. Little Rock, Arkansas Hous ton, Edward Raymond Bethany, Oklahoma Houston, Graci e Hawkins Bethany, Oklahoma Hoyt, Roberta Mae 324 N. Olive, Wellington, Kan sas Howard, Voleta Marilyn 1144 N .W. Forty-first, Oklahoma City, Okla. Hudson , James Junior Little Rack, Arkansas Hudson, Lucille Gunter 1 105 Thayer, Little Rock, Arkansas Hulcy, John Reece 615 S. Lee, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Hulcy, Katherine K. 615 S. Lee, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Hull, Kenneth Dean Bethany, Oklahoma Human, Paul Luther Route 4, Stillwater, Oklahoma lngersol , Carl Clinton 802 Wash ington , Stillwater, Oklahoma Ingram, Jarrell Buford 508 N. Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma Ingram, Mary Nelma Camfield 508 N. Donald, Bethany , Oklahoma Jackson. Lucy Jane 208 V2 East Main Street, An then:•, Kansas Jared, Ralph Glenn 504 S.W. Logston, Bethany, Oklahoma Ja rrel, Glenda Jane 321 N. Wheeler, Bethany, Oklahoma Jenkins, Gordon Lee 616 W. 9th, Ada, Oklahoma Jenkins, Jonito Bethany, Oklahoma Jennings, Leila Jeannene 106 S.E. Second, Bethany, Oklahoma Jernigan, Charlene Bethany, Oklahoma Jernigan, Marjorie Joan Bethany, Oklahoma Johnson, Betty Lee 1307 W . 22nd St., Tulsa, Oklahoma Johnson, Martha Jimmie 21 1 1 Lincoln, Ft. Warth , T exas Johnson, Mary Fern R.F.D. 3, Wellington, Te xas Johnson , Ruby Lee 701 North Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma Johnson, Tommie Earleen 603 N. 4th, Durant, Oklahoma Johnson, Thoma s Soen-:er 503 S. 17th, Fredrick , Oklahoma Johnson, Wynonia Earlen~ 307 N .W . 4th, Bethany, Oklahoma Jones. Billie Ann 307 N. 13th, Henrye tta, Oklahoma Jones. Helen Loui se R.F .D . 3 West 30th, Hutch 'nscn. Kanscs Korns, Melva Jean Ford, Kansas Karns, Winifred Colleen Ford, Kan sas Kee, Margie Rae Troup, Te xas Keen, Jay Lou Oklahoma Cit y, Oklahoma

Keen, Nell Florence Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Kerr, Lee Donna Margare t Henryetta, Oklahom a Key, Patricia Irene Bethany, Oklahoma Kifer, Boyd Ray 1220 Chest, Muskogee, Oklahoma King, Dorothy Faye 1 102 S. Hayne St., Monroe, North Carolina King, Laveeta Emil y Broadvi ew, New Mexico King, Norma Ruth Bethany, Oklahoma King, Velma Rae Bethany, Okla homa Kirkl<;md, Margaret Lucene Donalsonville, Georgia Kreie, Naomi I. Bethany, Oklahoma Ladd, Forrest Earl 842 E." Second, Cushin g, Oklahoma Lambert, Willis James Bethany, Oklahoma Land, Herbert Leroy Bethany, Oklahoma Land, V irginia Waldrep Bethany, Oklahoma L andtraap, Esther Marie Maple, Te xas Langford, Mary Lou 2110 W . Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Larson, Marie Elizabeth 2116 V2 Military Avenue, Omaha, Nebraska La se ter, Patricia Lee 3 100 N .W. 25th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Lemay, Marjori e Evel yn Siloam Springs, Arkansas Linton , Richard Henry Bethany, Oklahoma Lister, Ruby Audrey Oklahoma City, Oklahom a Lister, Zelma Maxi ne 745 S.W. 35th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Laganbill , Martha Irene Bethany, Oklahoma Long, Anita Loui se Horrilton , Arkansas Long , Dorothy Lucile Bethany, Oklahoma Longnecker, Betty Louise Edmond, Oklahoma Lcng necker, Morvin Eugene Edmond , Oklahoma Lc ngnecker, William Albert Edmond, Oklahoma Longnecker, William Gus Edmond , Oklahoma Lucas, Charl es Wesley Jornson, Kansas Lu:as. Mary Jane Johnson, Kansas Lunn . Alma Jean 1607 E. 37th Street, Kansas City, Missouri Lunsford , Hazel Lorene Bethany, Oklahoma Lunsford. Tomm v Joe Bethany. Oklahoma Lynoh. Ruby Ellentine Beebe. Arkansas Lynn . Georgia Moe Oklahoma City, Oklahoma McAnally. Kathleen 1526 W. Pikes Peak Ave ., Colorado Springs McClain . Chn rl es Allen 1020 1nth Avenue. Pra den •c n . Florida McCollom, W i lma Leota Howard, Kansas McElfresh, Dorsie Marie 603 Dewev. Chandler, Oklahocna McHuin . Gwendolyn Elvse Bethany, Oklahoma M oLauahl in , Kathleen R ·R . 2. Hinton , Oklahoma M:Mnh~· n. M i ldred Binoham Beth anv, Oklahoma McMahon. Louis Oliver Bethanv, Oklahoma McM~hon, Ruth Lavelle Post. T ex as McN(lir. Bettv Jean 63 1 West Ninth Street , A da, Oklahoma M::::Revnolds . Emerv LP .. nv Bethany. Oklahoma Macrorv. Juanita Brvon 7060 N W. 36th. Ok lah oma City, Oklahoma Mah(lnnoh, Maurice Lee 5015 Armstronq, Wichit a , Kan, as Monn"'!rs . Clarence Rov Bethanv , Oklahoma Marrinan, Mary Alice Bethanv. Oklahoma Marsh . Willi.am Edward l'ethony, Oklahoma

Student ::Directorg, 1944-45 {Continued} Marshall, Opal Em berron 407 Blanton Street, Texarkana, Texas Mayfield, Ella Vida Bethany , Oklahoma

Ma yo, Emm a Li ssa 1635 Hodges Street, Lake Charles, Louisiana Mayo, Minnie Ruth

1635 Hodges Street , Lake Charles, Louisiana Meek, Wesley Earl Bethany, Oklahoma Melvin, Ava Lou Canute, Oklahoma Messer, Rub ena Pearl 1007 North Jefferson, San Angelo, Te xas Miller, Joette Jane Bethany, Okla homa Mizell, A lmeta Est e lle Ill 0 Crane Street, Sweetwater, T exas Mizell, Jackie Jean 11 10 Crone Street, Sweetwater, T exas Moecke l, Valetta Jewell Sy lvia , Kansa s Montandon, Charles Cla y Bethany, Oklahoma Mon t gomery, Dora May Bethany, Oklahoma Moore, Decima Jean 1109 Lowry Street , Stillwater, Oklahoma Moore, Dorothy Ol etta 1209 James Stree t, Waco, Texas Moore, George Chapman 3018 Gordon, Monroe, Loui siana Moore, Helen Faye Rocky, Oklahoma Moore , Me lva Dean 1 109 Lowry Street, Stillwater, Oklahoma Moore, Roxie Ann 3018 Gordon A ve nue , Monroe, Louisiana Moore, Virginia Lee Rolf, Oklahom a Moseley, Yack Clayton Bethany, Oklahoma Moss, Berta Labe nske Bethany, Oklahoma Moss, C lyde William Bethany, Ok lahoma Moulton, Janette Owens Donalsonvil le, Georgia Mu rphree, Julia Odean Hamlin, T exas Murphy, Loui se I rene Rt. 7 , Box 1, Litt le Rock, Arkan sa s N eal, Melba L y nn Bethany, Oklahoma Neely, Elmo Diana Betha ny, Ok lahoma Neely, Madie Koren Bethany, Oklahoma Neufeld , Beulah Friesen Bethany, Oklahoma Neufe ld , Flo yd Jack Bethany, Oklahoma Newell , Donald Leland Bethany, Oklahoma Newell , Margaret Hoopingarner

Bethany, Ok la homa Nix, Mary Beth Bethany. Ok lahoma Normondin. Marjori e Lila 509 North G., Herington , Kansa s Northcu tt, Claude Lawrence Bethany , Oklahoma Northcutt, Lilli an Odell Bethany, Oklahoma Nye, Robert Noel Bethany, Oklahoma Oakes . Loretta Alieen 2636 E. 13th Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma Oliver. Albert Morri s 1301 West 2nd . Little Rock , Arkansas Oliver . William Charles Bethany, Oklohoma Oliver . La Verne Hilton Bethany, Oklahoma Orr, Mary Ruth Bethany, Oklahoma Orr, Wilson Lee Bethany, Okl ahoma Overholt, El va Ellen 625 South E,.,st 3rd, Newton , Kansas Owen<>. Rosetta Elmira Bnx 194. Laverne, Oklahoma Pace . Lorena Mu rohv Bethany, Oklahoma Pace , Will iam Albert Bethany, Oklahoma Parham . Marv Ru th 2163 18th Street S.W., Akron, Ohio Park. Robert Euaene BethanY, Oklahoma Patterson. Eunice Agnes 1106 5th Street, Wichita Falls, T exas Patterson, John Herschel Bethany, Oklahoma

Patterson, Lewi s William

Rogers , Ellen Mar ie

Bethany, Ok lahoma Patterson, Vio!et Lemay Bethany, Oklahoma Patton, Jan Ann Bethany, Oklahoma Payne, Effi e Marie Bethany , Okl a homa Perot, Loui s H ouston 3123 Holl y, Shreveport, Loui siana Pershing, Edith Evangeline 12 Ebon Street, Glassbo ro, New Jersey Phenix, Winnie H ortense Box 273, H amlin, T exas Phillips, Arlene Janelle Bethany, Ok lahoma Phillips, Dennis Th eron Bethany, Oklahoma Phillips, Goldie Ellen 800 Cleveland, Lafayette, Loui siana Phil li ps, Mary Douglas Bethany, Oklahoma Phipps, T wylah Loui se 1 115 E. 5th Street, Bartlesville, Oklahoma Pic kens, Mrs. Elsie Schrock Bethany, Oklahoma Pigg , Margaret Joyce 120 E. Tahlequ a h Avenue, Sulphur, Oklahoma Pletcher, Barbara Etta Horlinger, Tex as Porter, Birdie Nolie Windom, T exas Potter, Lorraine 221 5 N. Lewis, T u lsa, Oklahoma Powell, Clean Gray Bet hany, Oklahoma Price, V ictoria Lee 505 N.E. 8 th, Oklahoma City, Ok lahoma Pugh, Gertrude Agnes 510 Wes t Rutledge, Yates Cen t er, Kansas Pults, James Clester Beth any, Oklahoma Pummill, Ina Lucil le I 17 W. First, Newton, Kan sas Purgason, Jean Alice 1813 Santo Anna, San Antonio, T exas Rainbolt, Ca lv in 210 W. N avajo, Cleveland, Oklahoma Rairdon, Jack Thomas Bethany, Oklahoma Rairdon, Lilli an Cane, Bethany, Oklahoma Ratcliffe, Pearl Irene 1203 24th Street, Be ll eville, Kansas Ray, Jonathan Edward Bethany, Oklahoma Ray, Jonathan Edward , Jr. Bethany, Oklahoma Reaz in, Lawren ce Vincent Bethany, Ok lahoma Reed, Ve lma Marie 125 East Tenth, Craw ley, Loui sionOJ Reeves, Lois Aven Vici, Oklahoma Rhodes, Wilma Ly nn Olton , Texas Richert, Emma Eva Bethany, Oklahoma Ridings, Joy El izabeth Bethany, Oklahoma Riggs, Stanley Earl Bethany, Oklahoma Riley, Alma Lankford Bethany, Oklahoma Riley, Cec il Harvey Bethany, Oklahoma Ripper, Joyce Elaine Bethany, Okl a homa Ripper, Marvel Darlene Bethany, Oklahoma Ripper , Nadene Eleanor Bethany, Oklahoma Roberts, Alvin Ezra Bethan y, Oklahoma Roberts, Edi th Rase Bethany, Oklahoma Robe rts, Maxine Bethany, Oklahoma Robert son, Gladys Lee Bethany, Oklahoma Robe rt son, H e!en Louise 906 East Broadway, Newton, Kansas Robertson, James Harold Bethany , Oklahoma Robnett, Clifton Eugene Bethany, Ok!ahoma Robnett, Ruby Ful ton Bethany, Oklahoma Rock. Clinton A. , Jr. Bethany, Oklahoma Rock, Golda Krey Bethany, Oklahoma Roeber, M ildred Maxine 1807 S. Locust , Pittsburg , Kan sas

103 7 S. Main, Wichita , Kansa s Rogers, J eonnette Bethany, Okl a hom a Rosbrugh , El v in William Rockville , Mi ssouri Ross, Eun ice Best Bethany , Oklahom a Rowe, Floyd Webb Bethany, Oklahom a Rowlett, Fr ances Lou ise Nacogdoches, T exes Russe ll, Ita Fa ye Box 214, Hyd ro , Oklahom a Ru sse ll , Lillian Mildred 904 Lucille Stree t , Little Rock, Arkansas Sanford, Ruth Elaine Bethany, Ok lahoma Scott, Do nna Dean Noel, Missouri Scroggin, Eugene Warren Bethany, Oklahoma Scroggin, Janet Odell Bethany, Oklahom a Sharp, David L iv ingston 2558 Brow n Stree t , Omah a , Nebraska Shaw, Luther Fred Bethany, Oklahoma Shaw, Nell Guy Bethany, Oklahoma Sherer, Betty Jane Bethany, Oklahoma Shi llington , Ellen Marie Route 3, Box 480, Oklahoma Ci ty, Oklahoma Shilling t on, He len Mary Route 3, Box 480, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Simpson , Alta James Bethany, Oklahoma Simpson, Eulo Merle Wima n Bethany, Oklahoma Simpson, Geraldine Irene Piedmont , Oklahom a Simpson, H enry Paul Bethany, Ok lahoma Simpson , Leona Maxin e Bethany, Ok lahoma Sledge, Don Wayn e Marlow, Oklahoma Smith, Barbaro Jean Bethany, Oklah oma Smith, Byron Clifton Long Beach, M!ssissipp i Smith, Flo yd Preston Bethany, Okla homa Sm ith , C lara Jean 2220 Classen , Oklahoma Ci t y, Ok lahoma Smith, Grafton Leader Bet hany, Ok lahoma Smith, James Russell 507 E. 8 th Street, Ada, Oklahoma Smith, John Stephen 162 1 Woodbine Avenue, Kn oxville, Tennessee Smith, Paul Noble Frank 162i Woodbine Avenue, Kn oxv ille, Tennessee Sm ith , Wil li am Ra y 121 South Popular Street, Wi chita , Kansas Snow, Paul Richard 242 South Fifth , Salina, Kansas Snowberger, Ve lm a Lucile Sylvia, Kansc s Snowberger, Wahnona Horger Dallas, Texas Stanlev. D ix ie Jean 1002 East 6 th, Coffeyville, Kansa s Stands, Jacob Euqene Bethany, Okla homa Stands, T almadge Horn Bethany, Oklahoma Stee le, Leona Fern 720 E. 8th St reet, Co ffeyville , Kansas Stevens, Delbert Wayman 62 1 South Broa dway, Ada , Oklahom a Stewa r t . Bonnie Lee Grandfield , Oklahoma Stewart , Mary Rose Oklahoma Cit y. Ok lahoma Stewart. Reti s Woodrow Bethany, Oklahoma Stockton, K ittie Jovne Box 1 27 . Buffalo Gap, T exas Stock ton. Robert Louis Bethany, Oklahoma Stock t on, Ruth Delene Bethanv . Oklahoma Stone. Loi s Elaine Burrton , Kansa s Stout. Leona Ruth Ford, Kan sa s Strano, Joyce Mari e Bethan y, Oklahoma Stumbaugh. Cletta Virginia Box 9116 , H ous t o n, Texas Sullivan , Eulo Eve ly n Dothom, Alabama

StuJenl ::Direclor'J, 1944-45 {ConlinueJ} Sullivan, Ruth Anne Albany, Oklahoma Summers, Lydia Mae Cheyenne, Oklahoma Sumner, Gertrude Louise 15 South 14th Street, Colorado Springs, Colo . Sutton, Era Geraldine Baton Rouge, Louisiana Swanda, Rita Jo Bethany, Oklahoma Swigart, Theo Bethany, Oklahoma Ta y lor, Helen Varyne 116 West Cleveland, Sapulpa, Oklahoma Taylor, Mattie Katherine 116 West Cleveland, Sapulpa, Oklahoma Taylor, Minnie Lea Olio, Louisiana Ta ylor, Rubye Alta

Clovis, New Mexico Taylor, Ruth Estella Bethany, Oklahoma Taylor, Wilma Jeanne Bethany, Oklahoma Thomas, Christine Eulene Bethany, Oklahoma Th ompson, Dorothy Louise Sapulpa, Oklahoma Thompson, Gladys Lerline Overton, T exas Thompson, Lewi s Ruben 629 T exas Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Thompson , Luna Ruth 629 Texas Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Thompson., Morceliene Carr Bethany, Oklahoma Th ompson, Mary Louise 629 Texas Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Thompson, Raymond Lee Bethany, Oklahoma Thompson, Richard Harrel 21 18 Webster Street, Alexandria, Louisiana Thrash, Dowona Loraine Bethany, Oklahoma Timm , Pearl Evelyn 221 E. Mound Street, Carthage, Missouri Toepfer, Naomi Ruth Kingfisher, Oklahoma Tompkins, Genalane Vivian, Loui siana Traeder, Mildred Willis Amarillo, Texa s Trager, Mary Louise 700 South Valentine, Little Rock, Arkan sas Trent, Opal Kathryn 417 S. Atchison, El Dorado, Kansas Truesdell, Naomi Jewell 1211 West Munson Street, Dennison, Texas Tudor, Cleo Atkinson Bethany, Oklahoma Tudor, Perry Edward Bethany, Oklahoma

Ummel, Nadine Mae 357 No. Sierra Madre Blvd., Pasadena, Calif. Upchurch, Win ston Vachel Queen City, T exas Vanover, Audrey Flo 550 Doucette, Beaumont, T exas Vanover, Nadia Gail 550 Doucette, Beaumont, T exas Vansickle, Earl Adam St. Joseph, Missouri Van Winkle, Waldo Emerson Bethany, Oklahoma Vaughan, Margie Alice Bethany, Oklahoma Verbeck, Eugene Ray Bethany, Oklahoma Verbeck, Neva McOsker Bethany, Oklahoma Vessels, Vetris Modena Ryan, Oklahoma Vollmer, Bonnie Alice 406 W. Oklahoma Avenue, Anada rk o, Oklo Wade, Beulah Anderton College Ave., Bethany, Oklahoma Wade, E. Bruce College Ave., Bethany, Oklahoma Wade, Lett ie Marie 1134 Locust St., Abilene, T exas Waggoner, Doris Eryn 2406 Winona, San Antonia, Texas Walker, Irene Andrew 124 N. Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma Walker, Wana Gene Hallsville, Texas Warren, Winnie Edward 111 North Asbury St., Bethanv, Oklahoma Watson, James Verlin R.F.D. 1, Blackwell, Oklahoma Watson, Loy Lee 1125 S.W. 25th, Oklahoma City, Oklah~ma Watts, Lila June 530 Elm , Yukon, Oklahoma Weakes, Esther Marion Route 4, McKinney, Texas Weaver, Lillian Ruth 675 Madison, Beaumont, Te xas Webb, Alberta Madeline R.F.D. 1, La s Animas, Colorado Weir, Waulea Claudette Box 326C, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Weiss, Laura Mary Constance 724 E. Cherokee, Enid, Oklahoma Weiss, Thelma Lou R.F.D. 1, Baxter Springs, Kansas Wessel, W _a nda LaVerne Piedmont, Oklahoma West, Reba Eileen 404 Clayton Ave., Poteau, Oklahoma Wickham, Alma Jo 302 S. Peniel, Bethany, Oklahoma Whartnn, Joyce Mildred 205 N. Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma

Wiegman, Geraldine Keeton 721 N. Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma Wildman, Thelma Irene R.R. 4, Edmond, Oklahoma Wilkins, Clara Lola R.F.D. I, Decatur, Arkansas Willey, Erma Jean 203 S. Donald, Bethany, Oklahoma Williams, Mina Rose Penelope 431 Mabberly Ave., Langri en, Texas Williamson, Mary Lois 2312 Virginia Lane, Billings, Montana Wilmoth, Clifford Dean 1220 N.W. 18th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Wilson, Betty Jane 1621 N. Hill side, Wichita, Kansas Wilson, Beverly Jean 525 S. C. 18th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Wilson, Garrnett Eugene 525 S. C. 18th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Wilson, Ruby Emma 532 N. Em grana, El Dorado, Kansas Winder, Jacqueline Mary R.F.D. 3, Oklahoma 路 city, Oklahoma Winter, Selma Katherine Box 7, Haaher, Oklahoma Wood, James Elton 807 Cammack St., Dalhart, T exas Woodcock, Dorothy Mae 129 N. Bilbo, Lake Charles, Louisiana Woodring, Edith Marie 124 N.W. Ave., Bethany, Oklahoma Woodring Hester Roy 307 N.W. Fifth, Bethany, Oklahoma Woodring, James Richard 307 N.W. Fifth, Bethany, Oklahoma Woodring, Lou Ella 307 N.W. 5th, Bethany, Oklahoma Woods, Ora Lee P. 0. Box 82, Vidor, Texa s Woods, Roy Edward Route 2, Victorville, California Wretling, Betty Lou 818 N. College, Bethany, Oklahoma Wretling, Charles Earl 818 N, College, Bethany, Oklahoma Wright, Lillie Mae Pineland, Texas Wright, Loi s Frances Sublette, Kansas Wright, Uno Marwilda 811 S. Fifth , Kiowa. Kansas Wrightsman, Marvin Dale 1002 N.W. 46th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Yarbrough , Esther Lois 712 N. Penie!, Bethany, Oklahoma Young, Vera Violet 509 N. Wheeler, Bethany, Oklahoma Yund, Addie Darl ene 2809 Chess, Parsons, Kansas

"Mitzi, you stand over here so they con hove something to Iough ot"-ond the staff photographers hove bogged onother trophy .

Maybe it's a unique picture

(such as Prof.

Spalding and Mrs. Gertrude Taylor playing marbles together), or maybe it's the eighth re-take of a group whose unusual beauty has been hard to capture on film. The pictures in the 1945 Arrow speak for themselves of the results of the long hours, hard labor, and lost sleep of those most necessary cogs in the wheel of "annual" progress-the staff photographers, Bill Smith and Colvin Rainbolt.

UP- TO- DATE CLEANERS Where cleaning is an art MODERN EQUIPMENT

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Phone

Phone

R. J. TANKERSLEY

504

504 30 years of cleaning and pressing

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BETHANY CLEANERS: Every garment inspected

BILL PACE

~l~Hl a~Mil~ BARBER SHOP

Next door to Post Office

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BARB~R SHOP

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Good Work

The FIRST NATIONAL BANK Bethany, Oklahoma

Member F.D.I.C.

Co1npliments of

PAUL and B. M. HOAG - HALL AGENCY

* We appreciate your patronage

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FUNK'S VARIETY STORE

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Janitor Supplies for the Home

CLARENCE TACKETT SUPPLY CO.

Compliments of

P~TTY'S F~~D

and

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Waxes, Soaps, Bulbs, Mops, Waxing Machines for Rent

We will be here when your grandchildren come to college

GOOD NEWS !

205 W. Second Phone 2-0221

BUY BOOKS AT WHOLESALE.

Phone 645

THIS MEANS MORE BOOKS FOR YOUR MONEY.

DAI LY SCRIPTURE

ANA LYTICAL - OXFORD

v' ERSE CALENDARS

UNIVERSAL Bl BLES &

EVER YDAYGR EETI NG CARDS CHRiSTMAS CARDS

PAYNE WHOLESALE BOOK CO.

TESTAMENTS

THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE

CLARKE'S - MATT HEW HENR Y COM MENTARIES

Bethany, Oklahoma SPECIA L PR ICES

CRUD EN'S - YOUNG'S -

TO CHURCHES AND CHRISTIAN WORKERS

W rite for Free CatCllog

STRONG' S CONCORD~

COLONIAL BREAD COMPANY

J FOODS

BETTER FOODS Always Economical Prices

Special Low Prices

• Fresh Vegetables • Fine Meats • High Standard Foods

of 1944-45

Everyday

DAVIS CASH GROCERY

Compliments and best wishes to the Arrow staff and students

HAMMER'S I GA FOOD STORE Pay cash and save at I G A

DouGLAS DAVIS,

Proprietor BETHANY

PHONE 605

Right now, most home owners are interested in keeping their homes in good livable conditions by remodeling, repairing, and small property additions. They want to make those repairs with good materials. They want them to last! After the war, when priorities have been lifted, they will be ready to rebuild or leave their rented apartments and build a new home. While waiting for materials, come by the Leonhardt Lumber Company and let us assist you with plans . . . chart the new advantages for the postwar home. There is one thing certain. When the war is over, you can depend on Leonhardt having the finest materials on the new market!

SEVEN -LARGE YARDS TO SERVE路 YOU

The

H. E. LEONHARDT LUMBER COMPANY

The MEXIDOT

SERVING THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN

We speciali2:e in: CHICKEN FRIED STEAKS PLATE LUNCHES HAMBURGERS CHILl COLD DRINKS

WHERE COLLEGE STUDENTS EAT " W e cater to the college and all of those with knowledge."

Owner and Operator, OLETA REEDER

FINE

FOODS

AMERICAN CAFE

Greetings from

INGRAM'S

V erabelle's

CoLLEGE GROCERY

Beauty Salon

Appreciate Your Business ' ~RS.

Phone 622

C. A. WOOD

REVIE~

Bethany

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NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY

HIGDON'S FLOWER SHOP

Good Printing Opens the Door to Good Business Residence Phone

494 Business Phone 653

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Phone 2341

3-7662

City

AMERICAN TYPEWRITER COMPANY Repa ired and Rebuilt by Expert Mechanics

uFlowers for every occasion,,

All Work Guaranteed

Cut Fresh Daily from Our Greenhouse

301 N. Broadway

\VHERE STUDENTS TRADE

• FOUNTAIN SERVICE • DRUG NEEDS • PRESCRIPTIONS

Your patronage in the post is deeply appreciated

and

your

continued

support is solicited.

WEHRENBERG PHARMACY

"Costumes for all.

GLADYS BULLA'S

From

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COLONIAL

ILLINOIS BANKERS LIFE INSURANCE

BEAUTY SHOPPE T elephone Bethany 648

''C''

COSTUME SHOP Mrs. Bulla Alta Brown

FRIEND

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128 lh W. 2nd Street

Your Fell ow -Student

Alto Simpson

"WE HAVE IT"

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

OWENS FURNITURE

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SERVICE STATION

RIDING'S BAGNOLIA SERVICE FIRESTONE _

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HISTORY BY THE WEEK

All the LOCAL NEWS

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• WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS • CHURCH PAGE • SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS • SCHOOL NEWS • CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION • PICTURES AND FEATURES • SERIAL STORY

Students and patrons· of the college read the columns of the Revei lie Echo each week for news and features about college act ivities and announcements of coming events. Many students keep the files of the Echo that they may read the week by week revie'N; ·of their col lege days . . . chr'onicles that reflect student life ;, better than any medium errwhating from the campus.

QUALITY PRINTING

- - o f all kinds - -

The Bethany TRIBUNE • PHONE 220 • Loca lly Owned and Published

SERVING BETHANY AND WESTERN

THE REVEILLE ECHO

OKLAHOMA COUNTY \ Member of the Oklah!Jma Press Assoc iati a,n.

q(A!. r;,.,MU! ... ' v(111lt-fuW WELL lo. BURNER TIP

THROUGH 5.000 Mll.ES OF PIPE I That's a ~,. . , ot pipe! And it's a tremendous task to see that you, the customer, get the gas you need, whenever you want it. It's a 24路hour-a路day job bringing gas from widely scattered fields, over rocky hills and across ri<ers . ; maintaining proper pressures all along the line .. . planning and constructing new liues, and replacing old ones. It's a job that requires the tireless efforts of hundreds of men and women all working to see that your home, army and navy ,路amps, factories and office buildings will get suf路 ficient fuel even on winter's coldest day. So you see, 5,000 miles of pipe is not just a number . . . instead, it represents a living, dramatic journey from distant wells to the burner tips in your home.

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WE have watched Bethany-Peniel College grow from a small building on the prairie to the large institution it is today The "Arrow" has also developed from the first brochure to the beautiful, large-size book of this year. We are proud that we have been selected to make the engravings for its many editions during these years of expansion. Our wish and prophecy is that Bethany has a great future in the post-war era.

May we serve

SCRIVNER- STEVENS

your

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BETHANY- PENIEL COLLEGE OFFERS YOUNG PEOPLE A Christian Education in an Accredited College ARTS AND SCIENCES THEOLOGY FINE ARTS MISSIONS EDUCATION BUSINESS HOME ECONOMICS Institutes - Workshops - Lectures

PLANS FOR TI-IE FUTURE Increased Facilities for a Growing Student Body New Pipe Organ New Men's Dormitory New Fine Arts Building Two New Dormitories for Women New Library and Class Room Building New Memorial Student Union Building

AFFORDS THE FRIENDS OF YOUTH W ho honestly and prayerfully seek to invest in a cause which Represents a rea I need Pays Eternal Dividends Promises continuous service Provides future Christian Leaders Is carefully and wisely administered Contribution may be made either through gifts or annuities For information write

OSCAR J. Fl NCH, President BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE Bethany, Oklahoma

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Complinzents of

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE CHURCH .

C. B. STRANG, D.D., Pastor

R. STEPHEN BENNETT, Assistant Pastor and Director of Religious Education

A GREAT CHURCH BOOSTING A GREAT COLLEGE ,

WESTERN OKLAHOMA

DISTRICT WELCOMES TO THE HOME DISTRICT OF BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE :

-0. J. FINCH, President -W. D. McGRAW, Business Manager

J.

w. SHORT,

Dist. Supt.

Pre~ident

FRED FLOYD, Secretary

MENDELL TAYLOR, N.Y.P.S.

C. A. McCONNELL, Treasurer

MRS. FRANCES SHORT, W.F.M.S. Pres:dent

A. LEROY TAYLOR, Chairman of district school board

Greetings from

TULSA CENTRAL UHURUH PROPOSED NEW BUILDING of the

West Side Uhnruh of the Nazarene N. Penn. and W. Park

" Center of blessings" OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA Rev. 0. Franklin Langford, Pastor

HALEY MESSER, Pastor

CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE

ARKANSAS DISTRICT CHURH OF THE NAZARENE uAlways behind Christian Education''

HOLLAND LONDON, District Superintendent

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

Special Greetings

718 SOUTH FOURTH STREET

from Oklahoma

Ponca City,

The church with a welcome C. F. TRANSUE, Pastor

KANSAS DISTRIUT UHURUH OF THE NAZARENE

Greetings

UHURUH OF THE NAZARENE W. A. Carter, Pastor " Always your fri end"

Sapulpa

Oklahoma

uw e enjoy our part in supporting Bethany-Peniel"

, LITTLE ROCK FIRST CHURCH Extends Congratulations

To the Class of '45 C. J. BURLESON, S. S. Supt.

AGNES WHITE DIFFEE

MRS. MABEL DANIELS

FRED CUNNINGHAM

Pastor

W.F.iU.S. President

N.Y.P.S. President

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ABILENE DISTRICT CAMP MEETING

FROM

FIRST CHURCH O路F THE NAZARENE

July 16 to 22

Wichita Falls,

Worker: EVANGELIST C. B. FUGETT

Texas

Place : LEUDERS, TEXAS

W o lte r Pa tterson,

W. B. WALKER, Dist. Supt.

Pa s t o r

We Believe in:

Nebraska District

BETHANY-PEN I EL COLLEGE HER ADMINISTRATION, To the student body:

HER FACULTY,

"Ships go east and ships go west

HER STUDENT BODY,

What e'er the wind that blows HER WORK and

It's the set of the sail and not the gail ' That determines the way she goes.

HER FUTURE

To Dr. Finch and the faculty: I

CARTHAGE CHURCH of the NAZARENE

We believe in you and are depending on you.

Chestnut at Grant CARTHAGE Thaine F. Sanford, Minister

MISSOURI

T. P. DUNN, District Superintendent

Evangelists

WALDO VAN WINKLE PEGGIE MAE VAN WINKLE "Bringing l!

~essage

of the old time gospel

in sermon and song"

UNIQUE WORKER Plays nine instruments simultaneously

G. CHESTER l\10RGAN Evangelist 2923 Troost Ave., Box 527

REV. ARTHUR E. BARKLEY Rock Hill, So. Carolina

EVANGELIST CHALK ARTIST GOSPEL Sl NGER

Kansas City 10, Mo.

"All for Christ and Christ for all"

10 years in Christian work Preaches a constructive message Illustrated songs and sermons LARGER CHURCHES WANTING MORE THAN ONE WORKER USE HIM J AS SINGER AND CHALK ARTIST I

THE NAZARENE HOUR BROADCAST

In appreciation of

BPC

Each Sunday

San J ac:iirito

ll :00- 12:00;

l :30-2:00

Church of the Nazarene

Arthur A. Miller, Pastor

. 90 North McMaster Street

AMARILLO, TEXAS

KGGF Coffeyville, Kansas 690 Kilo. J. J. STEELE AND FAMILY

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WICHITA FIRST

Compliments

~ CHURCH

Church .of the Nazarene MONROE, LOU ISlANA

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Extends congratulations to class of '45

J. ERBEN MOORE, Pastor

and to the ARROW staff P. J. BARTRAM, Pastor

THE FRESHMAN路 CLASS

THE FIRST CHURCH OF THE 路N AZARENE 5th and Texas, Woodward, Oklahoma

The Second Blessing Church The Friendly _C hurch

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