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1899-1949

'FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS

FOR FIFTY YEARS Fountain of knowledge Refuge from sin, Nazarene college . . . And builder of men. Born of convictions Cradled in prayer, God's benedictions ... Vigil you there. Harbor from storms Teacher of truth, In your strong arms . . . Gather our youth. Halt of a century Sacred thy halls, But greater thy memory \Vhen enternity calls. Buildcd with tears Defended with blood, For fifty grand years ... Triumphant through flood. From pillar to portal Sing of denial, That has made you immortal ... Bethany-P~niel. -CHARLES HASTINGS SMITH

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• A History of Faith • Men and \ Vomen of Faith • A Bulwark of Faith ~

Faith and the Arts

• Faith in Daily Living • Sportsmen of Faith • Faithful C ontributors • Faithful Students

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RROW September l 3, 1948 Dear Reader, Before the foundations were dug, even before the buildings were planned, Christ was made the very heart of Bethany-Peniel College. The founders determined that a Christian phil osophy of life should guide teachers and students in their pursuit of truth in every field of knowledge. Today this original objective remain s unchanged. It is the objective of our generation of Nazarenes today, as it was the founders' then. Our primary goal in this ARRO\V, as in the college at large, is to show the world the beauty of holiness. Holiness is a life lived by faith . For the yearbook we have chosen the theme of faith because we were saved by faith, we were sanctified by faith , and by faith we live each day. Our faith is in God, certain and fixed . True our faith must be tested and dem onstrat.ed; without perseveran ce in the face of obstacles our holiness leaders could not have founded BethanyPeniel Coll ege, and without demonstrating similar faith our generation cannot carry on and further expand the work of God to meet the needs of today. But tested and demonstrated now, our faith will some day be rewarded. At the first staff meeting of the year it was decided that we would rather write in this Foreword that all the staff of the ARROW are saved and sanctified than to have a book of literary and artistic perfection . We pray that through the grace and love of God we can report with shouts of praise as this book comes off the press that we all have the experience of holiness of heart. \Ve do not limit our prayers to fellow-staff members . We want every student to know that our personal prayer is tha t we shall meet in Heaven every individual whose picture appears in the Golden Anniversary ARROW. For any measure of success we attain in this book and in life, we as a staff give God the credit and glory.

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AITII is the s ub ~ tan ce of thin~ s hoped for , the evidence of things not seen. For by it the men of old , our elders, received di ,路ine approval and have obtained a eood report. Through faith we understand that the inspiration al and ideal educational centers were fr8med bv the word of God. so that thin:3s which are seen were not mad e of things whi ch do appear. By faith E. C. DeJernett. \V. G. Airhart. B. A. Cordell . C. A. McConnell, and Dr. A. l\ 1. I! ills in the sprin g of th e yea r 1899 offered unto God a most excellent sacrifice in the form of nrave r ~. mon ev, tim e, interest, and plans that resulted in Peniel University, by which they obtained .witness that they were righteous, God t estifying of th eir gifts: and by their gifts thev, being dead , yet speak Bv faith Arkansas Holiness College was founded in Vilonia, Arkansas, in the year 1900. It was promised th路1t it should be fruitful, and that it should grow and expand. for th e found ers had thi s testimon y that th eir gifts were pleasing 3nd acceptable to God . For th ev knew tint without hith it is impossible to please Him: for h e that cometh to Gnrl must b eli eve that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligentl y seek Him. By faith the Kan sas and Nebraska Distri cts of the Church of th e Nazarene, being wa rned of God of th e necessitv of Christian education. prepared th e way for th e foundation of Bresee College in 1905 for th e salva tion of yo uth; by which they became the heirs of righteousness which is by faith. Bv faith Miss Mallory in 1906 offered up to God her land and buildin!?s for Beulah Heights College. In the year 1909 thi~ imtitntion beca me Oklahoma Holin ess College and opened its first term with H . H. Miller as President and H. L. Short as D ea n. In like fa shion of faith. being lerl of God, Nazarenes of the Abil ene. San Antonio, and New Mexico Districts found ed Central Nazarene University in 19 10. By faith servants of God, when they were called to go out into the place which th ev were to receive for an inheritance, obeyed: and they went out, not knowing whither thev went. By faith thev sojourned in the land of promise. as in a new country, settling in Bethan y; for they were looking for a college which had foundations where yo uth in great numbers could learn and worship God . These founder s all di ed in faith, not having recei-ved what was promised for the future, but having seen it afar of!, were persuaded of it, and embraced it. In order to mak e a more perfect sub stance, th ese institution s of higher ]e;i rning merged into one through faith. Now with these combined forces of faith th ey moved up to greater heights. And what more shall I sav? For the time would fail me to tell of the many alumni , the devoted bcultv, th e liberal donors, th e faithful trustees, and the strong lead ers, who through faith have wrought righteou sness, obtained promises. out of weakness were made strong, waxed valiant in battle, and turned to fight the armies of the alien s. But these all, ha ving obtained a good report through faith , recei,路ed not all th e promises: God having provided so me better things for us, that they without us should not be perfect. Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lav aside everv weight. and the sin which clings so closely and let us run with perseverance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus the greatest of all pioneers and perfector of our faith who for the jov that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God .

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PROFESSOH FRED FLOYD

PROFESSOR FRED FLOYD To one whose kindly, humble spirit dailv radiates friendliness on our campus, whose unprejudiced devotion to truth challen r>es us to better scholarship, whose man y years of faithful service to the coll~ge have given us a lesson in staunch loyalty to great ideals, and whose zeal for righteousness is a constant inspiration to better living, to you, Professor Floyd, teacher, counselor, friend , we dedi,cate this, the Golden Anniversary edition of the ARROvV. In dedicating this book t~ Professor Floyd , we proudl v add his name to the di s tin~:;uished Jist of individuals so honored in the earlier volumes of th e ARROvV - C A. McConnell, L M. Ma v, A. L Parrott, Anna M. Logue, S. S. White, M. A. Wilson, C. H. Wiman, Kate Reese, B. M. Hall, Mrs. A. K. Bracken , vV. B. Dobson, Our Dads, Uncle Bud Robin son , L T. Corlett, th e Alumni, A. K. Bracken, Gertrude Taylor, John Stockton, Mendell Taylor, Earl Greer, Jack Moore, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Strang.

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DR. HOWARD V. MJLLER

HOWARD VASSAR MILLER, D. D. Dr. Howard V. Miller, chairman of the Board of General Superintendents of th e Church of the aza rene, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon, December 28, 1948, at his hom e in Brooktondale, New York. A member of the Church of the azarene since 1922, he had labored successfull y as pastor, di strict superintend en t, college Dean of Religi on, and author. In 1940 th e Tenth General Assembly elected Dr. Miller as one of its general superintend ents. Howard V . Miller was an ea rn est and effective minister of th e vVord of God. He gave of himself unstinbngly that th e work of th e church might be advanced and the cause of Ghrist extended. His devotion to th e work of God was marked by deep personal piety and loyalty to truth. He was firm in his convictions and unswerving in his stand for righteousness. Thcie qualities made him an ardent exponent of the doctrine of holiness and a worthy leader in the Church of the Nazarene. To his famil y and to his church , he has left a heritage of faith and fidelity that is priceless.

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HITHERTO: BEHOLD WHAT GOD HAS WHOUGHT! The walls of Jerusalem were down-just heaps of rubble. Sanballat and Tobiah declared it was laughable to think th e walls could be rebuilt. Said th ey, "If a fox go up he shall ever break clown their stone wall.'' But Sanballat and Tobiah reckon ed without God and Nehemiah . The universities, colleges and high schools had dismissed the God of creation and His Book. The consensus of scholastic opinion was that which is called sin is an integral part of humanity, or at the worst, a mere hangover from our animal ancestry. "To live a life fr ee from sin? Absurd! Impossible! Build a Holiness college? Prepostrous! Hah, hah! Such a college, if ever there should be one, would never gain recognition from educators." But the churches and the schools (a no Satan himself) failed to take into account Godand a small group of men who had an experience and \\路ere determined, literall y, to give their lives and all thev had to make it possible for their children to sec ure an education without having to deny God anci .His \Vord. Six men and God covenanted together. \Vithout backing of a church or organization of any kind , thev set out to build a college upon the foundation of lloliness unto the Lorci. And build they did. No path led the way before them; no blue print had been made. \Vhere would suitable teachers be found? What text books could be used? \Voulcl even holiness parents send their children upon s.uch an untried venture? In the begin ning among us, it \\路as largely the common people that received our message. "Not many wise men after the flesh , not many mighty, not many noble" were willing to face th e surrender and certain ostracism. God went to the farm s, the shops, the stores, and the homes, :mel called out young men and young women to go forth to testify that Pentecost had come again. Though they were ignorant of theology and had little understanding of the Bible, yet their glowing testimony and changed lives carried conviction, and many were added unto the Lord. However, it became evident that the propagation of holiness called for the training of the head and understanding, as well as for the crisis and surrender of the heart. There was thenand is vet-the temptation to "broaden" sermons beyond the doctrine of holiness. I recall a strong address given from the text " H e shall deliver thee from the . noisome pestilence," but to the preacher it was noise some pestilence. And, as would be natmal (as it still is ) the temptation would come to some to make show of a "little learning" -a dangerous thing. It did not materially help in the propagation of our cause as one of our strong, though uneducated evangelists explained in a sermon the word hvdrophobia, saying that it came from two Greek words, hvdro , meaning "mad," and phobia, meaning " clog.'' \Ve needed a school for our preachers, and no less today. The six "called-out" ones proposed to pro,路e that the highest Christian experience is compatible with the high est scholastic attainment. How fully their faith" has been vindicated our glorious Bethany-Peniel College of today gives ample proof. In every classroom, in every activity, in study and play and social function, " Holiness unto the Lord" has had its proper place.

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As to scholarship: The graduates of no college in th e state, are rated high er or given more h earty welcome at the State Uni versity than are th ose of Bethany-Peniel College. The highest Christian experience is compatible with the high est scholastic attainment. Of course we mad e mistakes of judgment in th ose earl y clays, in our zeal to make clea r th e line of demarkati on between holin ess and worldliness. Rul es were rigidly enforced, th ough it is possible that th e restri ction s upon th e association between th e young men and young women never found complete favor. I rem ember a senior being given several demerits along with a public reprimand for walki11g at th e side of a young woman as far as his own ga te on his way home for dinn er. 'V c were fortunate in th e character of th e stud ents who ca me to us during th ose ea rly years. It was evident that th ey came with a determinati on to make the three ,,路orcls, whi ch aft erwa rds became the motto of th e college, " Character, C ulture, Christ," th e dominant forces of their ]i,路es. If it is true that "a pupil upon one end of a log and Ma rk Hopkins on th e other en d constitutes a Uni versity," it would be equall y tru e that under A. M . H ills those ea rl y pupils received an educa tion, plus an experience of holiness, that gave th em stand ing with the product of any college in路 th e land. In the nin e years of its existence prior to th e organi zing of th e C hurch of th e Nazarene at Pilot Point, it prepared young men equipped to fill any position of service or hon or in the new Church. General superintendents, district superintend ents, college (and even state un iversity) presidents and teachers, seminary fa culty, successful pastors and missionari es went forth to honor th e trai ning received at Peni el. N ot only th ese; but men who became noted in civil life received th e stamp of that early school. The law, the U . S. Congress, state legislatures, medi cine and surgery, fed eral service-many deJXIrtments of life-received honor from our b oys. W e wer poor! Not wretchedly poor, but gJoriousJv poor. I recall one T hanksgiving Day wh en th e College Secretary was bidden to ea t dinn er with th e President and his famil y, wh en th e main dish was black-eyed peas. No apology was expected or given. T he salaries of teachers- small as th ey were-were seldom if ever paid on time or in full. M y mind goes back to a time when th e local store could no longer extend credit to anyone connected with th e college, wh en electricity and gas were turned off from their homes for many clays, when the cupboard of Old Mother Hubbard had nothing on us. I think I am correct in saying that th ere is but one indi vidual left in the Church of th ose six wh o brought thi s college into existence. As he sees "' Vhat God has wrought" in the fin e buildings, university-trained teachers, ungrudging recognition from educators, and the great arm y which has gone and is going forth to "girdle the globe with salvation, with Holiness unto th e Lord," it is difficult for him to remember that there were ever hard tim es-that th e Brook Cherith ever did dry up. Instead there comes to his ears again th e shouts of victory as th e stud ents file into service from their grove and group meetings-and th e "glory of the Lord fill s the temple." HENCEFORTH : This one thing we do, forgetting those things which are behind , and reaching forth unto those things which are before, we press towards the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.

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FAITH BUILT BETHANY -PENIEL COLlEGE \ Ve pay tribute to th ose co uraqeo ns pioneers wh o with u n w~ v er in ~ zeal ventured in to :m untried wilderness in answer to a call of God. T he doctrin e and experi ence of holi ness so inflam ed th eir souls that nothing could stop them Danqers of th e fr ontier. ~ wildern ess both spiri tual and material, confronted th em but in tim e yielded to th eir consecra ted efforts. T he frontier hardsh ips are a thing of the past, but the fa ith that overca me still endures. T hroughout th e educational zones we see a physical emb odiment of that faith in the scores of Naza rene ch urch es - simple frame churches, lofty churches of stone and steel, picturesque old church es, church es of every town, i: itv, and district. H ere in th e h ea rts of devout worshipers th e work of our found ers goes on : h ere is preach ed th e Word in its purity, regenerating. clea nsing, and empowering for service. T h ese churches, providing th e college with students, and income, and th e very reason for existence, will continue to stand as th e concrete expression of th e faith, devotion , and holi ness of hea rt that have made our college.great . Faith built th e churches, and faith b uilt th e college. Yes, fai th of hardy pioneers built Bethany- Peni el C ollege, and th e un quenchable faith of 811 Nazarenes can expand and improve and strength en it for greater useful ness in th e Kingdom. Thanks b e to G od for our found ers.

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NOT DISOBEDIE NT TO THE HEAVENLY VISI 0 N - - -

A. K. Bracken, 1920-28, 30-42

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It was necessary for om presidents to add vision to their faith. Yea rs ago King Solomon wrote, "Where there is no v~sion, the people perish." He addressed those word s, not only to his people, but to us. Our presidents have had a clear vision which enabled them to see the need of education with holiness. Our College has grown because they were men of vision who had a driving force necessa ry for success. May we of today catch that vision and promise to faithfu lly discharge our duties and hold the torch of holiness high above us.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Chairman Dr. I. C. Mathis Member Ex Officio Dr. Roy H . Cantrell

Vice-Chairman Rev. V. H. Lewis

Alumni Representative Mr. John Stockton

Secretary Rev. R. T. Williams, Jr. KANSAS DISTRICT

N EBRASKA DISTRICT

KA NSAS CITY DISTRICT

Rev. Ray Hance Rev. J. T. Gassett Mr. E. W. Snowbarger

Rev. L. A. Ogden Rev. Wm . E . Thompson Rev. L. S. OJi,路er

Dr Jarrette A yco ~k Rev L. W avne Se-ars Dr. A. Milton Smith

N . W. OKLA. DISTRICT

EAST. OKLA. DISTRICT

S. W. OKLA. DISTRICT

Rev. Mark R . Moore Dr. C . B. Strang Rev. A. LeRoy Taylor Rev. \V. D . McGraw

Dr. W. A. Carter Rev. Glenn Jones Rev . W . R . Donald ~ on Rev. B. F. Neel y Rev. H. M. Curtis

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ABILENE DISTRICT

DALLAS. DISTRICT

ARKANSAS DISTRICT

Rev. \V . B. Walker Rev. Luther Cantwell Rev. W. R. McClure

Dr. I. C. l\fathis Rev. Paul H . Garrett Re1路. Curtis Smith

Rev. W. H. Johnson Mrs. Agnes W . Diffee Rev. W . L. French

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT

HOUSTON DISTRICT

LOUISIANA DISTRICT

Rev. Hadley Hall Rev. Hearne Spruce Rev. J. B. Rose

Rev. V . I-I. Lewis Rev. Raymond McClung Rev. R. 1\1. Parks

Rev. Elbert Dodd Rev. G. l\l. Akin Rev. W. 0. Fisher

W. T. Johnson J Louis Emmert R. T. Williams, Jr. Stephen Bennett

If the war had its unknown heroes who served in obscure ways that others might receive decorations and honors, so a college too has its unsung heroes. Often the hero has an unpleasant task to do; he is a hero because he tackles it with valor and might. In this sense we think of our board members as real heroes. They have hard work to do, work that brings more criticism than glory. But they do it well, and they persist till the task is finished. They have carried on with the work which the founders began and in mnch the same spirit of consecration. They have stood behind the college through every storm, giving their time, their money, their influence without stint. If there is little reward for them on earth, they are none the less deservin~; thev evoke our gratitude and inspire us by their example. In appreciation of them we publish this book, saving to them, "Every student and every instructor appreciates you. We salute you one and all , our unsung heroes of Bethany-Peniel College."

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BRESEE HALLThe administr~tion hilildina wa~ hnilt in 1920 at which time it honsed evervthinq except the Fine Arts department. In 1941 Bresee H~ll wa~ built on the fro'1t and connected with the old bnildinq bv a sixteen-foot corridor. The two structures now contain the library, the administrative offices, and the speech department.

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COLLEGE CHURCHTI1e college church, constructed in

192 5, has a seating capacity of more than a thousand people. Recently it was enlarged and a seventy-room educational unit was built.

FINE ARTS BUILDINGErected in the summer and fall of 1934 on the east side of the campus, this building contains the offices of the fine arts professors as well as an auditorium which will seal' eight htmdred persons.

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LIBERAL ARTS BUILDINGThis building, completed in 1927, serves as the main classroom building. It also houses the science laboratories and the offices of the student publications.

GYMNASIUMThis building was erected in 1929 as a combination tabernacle-physical education building. It was later remodeled to serve as a gymnasium and to provide space for band and orchestra rehearsals.

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COMMERCIAL BUILDINGThe building wa s completed in 1928, an d is loca ted across th e street fr om th e Liberal Arts building. Th e top floor ha s classroom space and fa cul tv offi ces for th e com m ercial department; the first floor is used b y the hom e econ omi cs department. It also h ouses th e citv clerk 's offi ce.

f-ANNING I !ALLFanning Ilall 11路as erec ted as a dor mitorv for \\'om en in 1Q29. lt was re mod eled and enlarged in 1939 and serves nm,路 as th e m en 's donnitorv. In th e basem ent are located th ::: Drag O n Inn ( th e recrea tional center of th e campus), th e camp us work shop, and a laund rv room .

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JE RNI GAN HALLJernigan Hall. th e newer of th e two women' s dormitori es, was b11ilt in 1945 beside Bud Robinson Hall, with whi ch it is connected bv a covered wall.:. This dormitory contains forty -four room s, a coun selor's apartment, and a parlor.

BUD ROBINSON HALLBud Robimon Hall, constructed in 1936, is a dormi torv for women. It contains two large parlors. a dining room with a capqcity of fonr hundred diners, the college kitchen , and eighty-eight dormitory rooms. A third floor was added to th e building in 1940.

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INTRODUCING ...

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Office of the President

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Dear Studer,ts: v;ten Bet:r..any-Peniel Colleg e be gan its career fifty years a go, its material assets were few, its enrollment and faculty SII'.all. However,. it did have to its credit a fixed and worthy purpose: to fuse the best i:a · faith with t he best in education snd to perpetuate the truth of Christian holiness. In t l1is arm.iversary year, as we g ive special thought to the motives that prompted t he turning of the sod, i t is altogether fitting that we :pay special tribute to t he founders of our school . Th~y built better than they knew, for after fifty years we have no major changes to make in our aims and purposes as a colleg e. The passing years of experience have only helped us to envisage our g oals more clearly. Realizi ne:; tlla t history holds vi tal power of i ns p iration and suggestion i f lived over and over, let us devotedly reJ;;Iember our heritage and reaffirm our purpose for t he fu t ure. The miss ion of the college is to g ive you the very best opportunities for educ a tion in a Christian environment and thus demonstrate that holiness and thoroug hness in education are perfeci;ly cmapatible. Take the experiences of days spent on the campus of Bethany-Peniel ~nd convert them into holy cbaracter and useful living . To follow such a pattern will add to rather t h an t a ke fr om the heritage left by our fOunders. Loyalty to our Christian ideals i s the only t hing tb.Gt gives us a pl,ace today and assure s us a place tooorrow. It is one tl1ing to acquire infonna tion a nd learn skills in orC.er tcHnake a pass ing g rade. It is anot her thing to have we alth of knowle dg e stored in the depths of the human spirit as a rich ~source for daily living . It is one thing to have knowledge of the Christian way; it' is altogether a nother thing to have the Christian way implanted in the heart by Christ demonstrating i tseli' in a holy life of service. The efficient ARr'lOW staff under the able Editorship of •.Mebs" lunn has interestingly and u niq_uely reminde d us of our heritage as well as our responsibility. With new horizons in reach such as accreditation~ a dded buildinc s, better facilities and equipment, and. an ever grovri:ng student body, let us purpose to be strong in a world of sin, alert in the presence of opportunity and open-eared to the call of God and conscience for service and sacrifice. Our motto Vlill ever be "Charact·e r, Culture, , Christ." Sincerely your friend and brother,

Roy H. Cantrell, President REC/ch

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"COLLEGE

"Senate" Dr. Mathis, Dr. Cantrell

Moore, l'vicGraw, Snowbarger, McClure, Williams

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Rose, Ogden, Thompson, Jones, Emmert

Ripper, D unn , Snowbarger, Shannon, Dobson

Spruce, Strang, Il all, W. T . Johnson, Bennett

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"House of Representatives" Carter, Parks, Hance, McClung, Johnson

Garner, Floyd, Cantrell, Craddock, Wiman

Fisher, Garrett, Cantwell, Curtis, Taylor

Dodd, Lewis, Stockton, Smith, C . Smith

Gassett, Donaldson, French, Aycock, Oliver

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DR. C. A. McCONNELL, A.B., Th.D. Dean Emeritus of Religion "The wonder of all wonders is that the Infinite God should, through Christ, seek my fellowship ."

C . HAROLD RIPPER, M .A. Dean of Liberal Arts and Science Professor of Psychology "Character is wrought out in the experiences of life, and its quality is manifested in the responses one makes to situations demanding choices of a moral or ethical order."

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DR- ROY B. CANTRELL, M.A., B.D., D.D. President Dean ot Religion

"It's not enough to ,ub elbows with h\.n11anity, we must rub hearts."

LESTER L. DUNN , M.Mus. Dean ot Fine Arts Associate Professor ot Y oice "Make a \arge p\ace in your \ite tot music and it wi\\ bring you a priceless reward."

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FACULTY

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WILLI S B. DOBSON , M.A.

F RE D FLOYD, M.A. , B.D .

Professor of English

Professor of History

"Every student must learn for himself. At best the teach er can onl y arrange learning situati ons, stim ulate, direct, criticize, encourage, or, perhaps, set a good exa m ple."

" Probabl y th e most diffi cult lesson that it has b een necessary for me to lea rn is th at th e Lord does not need me on the judgment seat "

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JAMES CA RNE R, Ph.D.

AN NE C . CREVE, M .A.

Professor of Political Science

North C entral Co-ordinator Professor of Home Economics

" It is a shame for anyone to be less th an his best.''

" M eeting life's opportuniti es and responsibilities with spiritually guided abilities makes life an interesting and profitable experien ce."

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EARL V. GREER, M.A.

E. C. HALL, M .Ecl.

Associate Professor of Mathematics On leave of absence

Associate Professor of Education On leave of absence

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"It is good to be great, hut greater to be good. "

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JACK W. MOORE , B.D .

L. C. PHILO, M.A., B.D., D.D.

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion

"Human personalitv, like the perennial strawberry plant, bears its best fruit on the new growth_"

"There is no greater in vestment than in youth consecrated to God."

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DONALD D. DANSKIN, M .A.

ROBERT EMMEL, A.B.

Assistant Professor of Speech

"Our character is molded and shaped by the choices we make in life .''

" Friendship is one of the most blessed gates to life's happiness; always keep the hinges of this gate well oiled."

ALBERT FITZGERREL, M.Mus.Ed. Assistant Professor of Instrumental Music " Om greatest competition is yesterday."

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MARY FLICK. M.MUS. Assistant Professor of Piano "Without order, svmmetry, or harmony there can be no music ''

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E. C. KNIPPERS, l'vi.S.

ANNA B. LAUG IIBA UM , Ph .D.

Assistant Professor of Business

Assistant Professor of English

" \Ve should be putting the most into life instead of getting the most out of life."

" Campus Christianitv consists as much in stud ying in solitude as in singing in services."

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ROBERT G . LAWRENCE, M.A.

CAROL S. LUNDY, M .A.

Assistan t Professor of Biological Science

Assistant Professor of English and Speech

"When man ceases to be inspired by th e wonders of nature, he loses his zest for living.''

"This year I'm trying to pattern my life after the example set by the Master Teacher, who is my Guide, my Counselor, my All."

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RAYMOND R. MILLER, A.B.

DOROTHY PETERSEN, M.A:

Assistant Professor of Religion

Assistant Professor of Education

" Of Monev or Men for Missions - it is easier for God to get money tha~ it is to get consecrated Men. "

"Greatest of all teachers, teach me Thy ways that I may go forth to instill in others the lessons Thou hast taught."

VERNON A. SNOWBARGER, M .A.

CONSTANCE SPRUCE, M.A.

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Assistant Professor of History

" \;v'ise is the young person who determines not路 to do the task wh ere he can collect the most money but the one where his personality can be developed most: not where he can sell his life to the highest bidder but where he can contribute most to the development of the personalities of others."

"There is no wholly satisfactory substitute for brains; but science dcies pretty well."

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IRENE CARLSON, B.S.

Instructor in Mathematics and Science

Instructor in Home Economics

" More amazing and thrilling than the combined phenomena of science-Christ's love for man ."

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"Today's opportunities become tomorrow's stepping stones."

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LLOR EE CLARK, A.B.

Instructor in Voice

ln st~uctor in Piano

" It ceases not to be amazing the glory of the walk with God, in His will."

"Your life will have harmon y if it is directed by C hrist, the Great Musician."

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JAMES C. DOBSON

NAOMI DOBSON

Instructor in Art

Instructor in Voice

"No true art springs from atheism ; all the paths of beauty and design in the material universe lead to the same incomparable Christ of Calvarv. "

"T o sing well , one must so master the mechanics of singing that he is able to forg et th em and lose himself in th e message of the song. "

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CARROLL HARVILLE, B. Mus.

Instructor in Violin

Instructor in Piano

" In music, there are no barriers of race, religion or color. It is a language understood by all and is a great force in bringing about the unity of man. "

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C. MARSELLE KNIGHT

ALICE LEWIS

Ath letic Director Instructor flf Physical Ed ucation

Instructor in Voice

"Exercise is as vital for the physical as study is for the mental; both are necessary. "

"The most noble impulse is to serve God and to so live that one's life will bring no reproach upon th e Christ, the Church, the cause of Holiness or upon himself, the one who is God's ensample.''

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RUTH MILLE R, A.B.

Instructor in Church Music

Instru ctor in English and Math ematics

" I pray that I may not excuse myself because I am human."

" I often wonder why we Christians sit at home wa iting for calls to the world harvest fi elds when we have been given commands."

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JACK RAIRDON, Th.B ., A. B.

Instructor in Piano

Instructor in Social Science

"A college ed ucation is one which causes you to realize that you have not learn ed all th ere is to know."

"That is an A recitation and will help your academi c prestige."

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RUTH TAYLOR, B.F.A.

RAMON UNRUH , B. Mus.

Instructor in Piano

Instructor in Voice

" I plan to criticize oth ers as soon as I get myself m hand ."

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STUDENT INSTRUCTORS

Instructor in Speech

·Milton Sonnevik-German, Willis Flick-Instrumental, Paul Willwerth-Instrumental, Marjorie Lemay-Assistant Librarian, Mable Sonnevik-Voice, Ruth Perkinson-Spanish.

" Self-respect is essential for successful living.''

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BERNICE LEMMONS-Secrc;:tary to the President

OFFICE ASSIST ANTS--'-Aiice Lamb, Phyllis Jameson, Charlotte Hampton, Shirley Newman

RUTH NEWBERRY-Secretary to the Business Manager LEONA McCONNELL-Recorder

OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Marilyn Swim, Van McGill

OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Geneva Watts, Maxine Prough, Mona Bernstorf, Lavonia Bob;mnan

MRS. MARY

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MRS. KATIE DRURY

J. SEARS

BOYD KIFER

MRS. MATTIE JOBE

GLENN McARTHUR

MRS. BESSIE PHILO

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SENIOR 1899-1949

GRACE OHSFELDT -Secretary

DR-President -.. .1-....1 McAR1'H GLE ,... r ...

LLOYD TAYLOR-Vice. President

The class of 1949 began its four eventful years of college with a rugged initiation ceremony. Freshmen who survived the initiation experienced a good year highlighted by a class banquet with Governor Robert S. Kerr as main speaker. In the sophomore year the class eased the sting of its hurts by inflicting upon the new freshmen an equally hard initiation as it had received. The Cold Rush theme of the initiation became the class theme, .appropriate enough for hardy Forty-niners. For the junior year there were to be triumphs and thrills, enough to make any Forty-niner proud. The play "Magnificent Obsession" was a big success. Then came the round of honors in sports. On the night of the Jamboree, best-attended athletic event of the year, Forty-niners came way out ahead; their team won the game, their queen was crowned queen of the Jamboree,

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OFFICERS Golden AnniDersary

MILD RENE HALE- Treasurer

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BERNARD LORETTE-Council Representative ·~ '-··'-···~~· . ~ ·*-•'""""

and their decorations won first place. As if this were not enough, the class went out for softball with a spirit that brought them the tournament title. In the senior year attention was turned to services which the class could perform for the college. It brought to the campus the negro quartet, Ebonnaires, in the first semester and the King's Ambassadors in the second. It organized and carried out a Senior Week program that will mean much to later classes and the college as a whole. As its most significant achievement of the year, the class presented the college a check for one thousand dollars to be used for purchasing reference books for the library. The class president stated that the Forty-niners wanted to pioneer in this way in order to lead the college one step nearer to membership in th e North Central Association .

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THE STAFF

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CHARACTER " If in complete devotion to Christ we shun evil as He would shun it, and seek to bear the burdens of others, a by-product Character will result_" Dr_ A. K Bracken

CULTURE "Character, to be useful, must be relined, in accordance with the ideals and ethics of the Bible; this is true Culture." Dr_ L_ T. Corlett

CHRIST "In Christ is God's standard of human character. In Christ is the perfect f~uitage of culture_ In Christ man finds Cod, and Cod sees His purpose for man." Dr. C. A. McConnell

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WAr-.;DA BAKER

WILSON D. BAKER

A. B. in Psychology

A. B. in Religion

President of Girls B-Club President of Bud Robinson Hall Junior Class Play Athletic Director of Senior Class All Sports Missionary Band Prayer and Fasting

President of Junior Class Who's Who President of General NYPS (Bethany) Honor Society College Marshall

Athletic, genuine

Outstanding student, proud papa

Helena, Okla.

Queen City, Texas

GLORIA PORTER BALDWIN A. B. in English

SENIORS Class of '49

Student Pastor's wife

Industrious, high I.Q

Blanchard, Okla.

LOUISE BELL

RICHARD BERGEN

A. B. in Spanish

A. B. in Mathematics Not graduating in 1949

Etudiante d'Espanol Manly, reserved

El Dorado, Kansas

Ensign, Kansas

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HAROLD BLANKENSHIP

AVIS, BOWMAN

Th.B. in Religion

A . B . in Speech

Prayer and Fasting Gospel Team T)ebate Pres. of Dormitory Council Manager of Ticket Sales for Junior Play

Librarian, Historical Society at Central State College F.T.A. Speech Club Prayer and Fasting

\Vorker, enthusiastic

Shepherdess of children

Denison, Texas

Vici, Okla .

AUDREY BRASWELL, JR. A. B. in Biological Science

SENIORS Male Choir Reveille Echo Staff Vice-President of F. T. A. Christmas Chorus Senior Class Cheer Leade1 Junior Class Play

Healing in his ministry

San Bernadino, Calif.

CHARLES BRAZELTON

Th. B. and A. B. in Religion

Gospel Team Prayer and Fasting

Family man, earnest

Bethany, Okla.

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HUGH BRIGHT A. B. in Religion

HILDRETH BROCK

Consistent, considerate

Unruffled, efficient

El Reno, Okla.

Batesville, Ark.

A. B. in English

ODIS BROWN

Th. B. ln Religion

Class of '49

Men's Athletic Director Prayer and Fasting "Best Sport" Award "B" Club School Athletic Director Basketball Football Softball Track An able athlete Marquette, Kansas

LEONARD BURTON

BAILEY CANTRELL, JR.

A. B. in Chemistry

A. B. in History

Energetic in work and play

Steady, agreeable

Bethany, Okla.

West Helena, Ark.

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LEO CARDEN

GEORGE CARGILL

A. B. in Mathematics

A. B. in Religion

Manager of Drag On II

1947-1949 Mannerly, benevolent The "Drag" man

Bethany, Okla.

Poteau, Okla.

EARL CARTER

Th. B. in Religion

SENIORS

Band Gospel Team Prayer and Fasting Missionary Band

Fr:mk, conscientious

Tulsa, Okla.

JAMES CARTER

A. B. in Psychology

"B" Club

Chivalrous, unassuming ways

Sapulpa, Okla.

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MILDRED CATE A. B. in English

JOSEPH CLARK A. B. in Religion

Not graduating in

President of Missionary Band Pastor of Youth Church Student Director of Religious Activities Who's Who Student Council Vice-President of Gospel Team

1949

Alert, attractive

Understanding, devoted Christian Sacramento, Calif.

Staunton, Indiana

DULAN CLEGG

A. B. in Matl1ematics

Class of '49

Gospel Team Prayer and Fasting Business Manager of Junior Play

Likes a laugh but isn't irresponsible

Fort Worth, Texas

DOUGLAS CLEM

WOODIE COLEMAN

A. B. in Religion

B . Mus. in Church Music

Spiritual depth, faithful

"B" Club Softball Letters Student Representative for School

Unique, entertainer

Fort Scott, Kansas

Bethany, Okla.

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EARNEST CONRAD

BONNIE COPPOCI

Th . B. in Th eology

A. B. in Art

Not graduating in 1949 "B" Club Arrow Staff Earnest comrade Artistic, athletic

Bethany, Okla.

Coffeyvill e, Kansas

LAWRENCE COVELL A . B. in Religion

SENIORS

Prayer and Fasting Gospel T eam Missionary Band Chairman of Street Meeting Group

Helpful , comical

Pittsburg, Kansas

ADALENE COZBY

B. Mus. Ed in Public School Music

Certificate Piano Recital Vice-President Treble Ch orus Christmas Ch orus Orchestra Band Prayer and Fasting

Housewife, musical

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Lawton, Okla.

DAVID BAXTER COZBY A. B . in History

Orchestra Band "B" Club Basketball Softball Football Track All-School Basketball Outdoor man, future coach Dallas, Texas

LIVELY CRAWFORD A . B. in Philosophy

Vice-President Sophomore Class Supervisor and Teacher of College Sunday School Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer of Men's Dorm Council Track "B" Club Prayer and Fasting Philosophical, well-groomed Bethany, Okla.

DOROTHY CRILLY A . B. in History

Class of '49

Prayer and Fasting Gospel Team Missionary Band Primary Church

Casual, contemplative

New Philadelphia, Ohio

HENRY CROSS, JR.

LEE W. DA VENPOR'1

A. B . in Psychology

A . B. in Religion

Debate Team Junior and Senior Athletic Director A Cappella Choir Business Manager and Sports Editor of Reveille Echo "B" Club President Football Softball

Vice-President of F. T. A.

A guide of youth

"Hank," self reliant Oklahoma City, Okla.

Bethany, Okla.

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CHARLES E. DODD

AVIS DUFFY

A. B. in History

B.S . in Home Economics

In his father's footsteps

Vice-President of Home Economics Club Secretary of Junior Class Secretary and Treasurer of Dorm Council

Ray's reason for a smile

Vivian, Louisiana

Bowdon, Georgia

J. W. ELLIS

SENIORS

A. B. in Religion

President of Prayer and Fasting Student Director of Religious Activities \Vho's \Vho President of the Student Council A leader of men Charleston, West Va.

HENRY C . EMMERT

Th . B. in Religion

Student pastor

Oklahoma City, Okla.

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JOHN H. FLOYD A. B. in Biological Science

PAUL DWIGHT FRANKLIN

"B" Club (tennis ) Biology Club Biology Labora tory Assistant Reveille Echo Staff

Associate Editor of the Arrow Vice President of the Speech Club

Chemist, talkative

Artistic and imaginative

Bethany, Okla. 路

Frederick, Okla.

A. B . in SpeeclJ

CLARENCE FULTON A. B . in Religion

Class of '49

Christmas Chorus Prayer and Fasting Student Pastor

Congenial, courteous

Dallas, Texas

BETTY ELLYN GEORGE

JAMES R. GILBERT

A. B. in Religion

A. B. in M athematics

Band Orchestra Prayer and Fasting Gospel Team

Quiet, good looking

Reserved, determined

Waurika, Okla.

Sherman, Texas

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MARY FRANCES GILL

MARGARET GIRARD

B. S. in Business

A. B. in Religion

Debater, occupied

Dependable, very likable

Bethany, Okla.

El Reno, Oklahoma

FOREST GODKIN

Th. B. in Theology

SENIORS

Missionary Band Prayer and Fasting Gospel Team

Loves his wife, his daughter, and Texas

Port Arthur, Texas

CHAD E. GRANT A. B . in Religion

Constant, humble

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Grand Saline, Texas

HENRY GREEN

ANNA RUTH GROFF

Th. B. in Religion

B.S. in Home Economics

Contented, unpretentious

Con sci en tious, thoughtful

Terrell, Texas

Iberia, Missouri

ELWOOD HALE A. B. in Chemistry

Class of '49

A regular fellow

Bethany, Oklahoma

MILDRENE LOUISE HALE

IV A DELL HALEY

B. S. in Home Economics

B. Mus. Ed. in Public School Music

F. T. A. (social chairman) Treasurer of Senior Class Home Economics Club Vice-President Gospel Team Reveille Echo Staff

Vivacious, deliberate

Home Ec' er and home maker

Shawnee, Oklahoma

Roswell, New Mexico

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DAVID HALL

GUY W . HALL, J1' ..

Th. B. in Theology

A. B. in Religion

Not graduating in 1949

Active, orderl y A skillful artist

McPherson, Kansas

Bethany, Oklahoma

JACK HARRISON

SENIORS

A. B. in Speech College Quartet Prayer and Fasting Vice President Arrow Staff ~peech Club Junior Play Reveille Echo Business Manager Wise, discreet Lynwood, California PAUL HENDRIX A. B. in English

President of Freshman Class Prayer and Fasting Librarian of F.T.A.

Rather smile than talk

Quanah, Texas

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WALTER HERRICK A. B . in Biology Not graduating in 1949

Prosperous, meek

Johnson, Kansas

VIRGINIA LYNN HOAG B. Mus. in Violin Orchestra Concert Mistress A Cappella Choir Secretary of Student Council Lead in Junior Play "Magnificent Obsession" Oklahoma State Symphony Degree Recital \\Tho's Who Versatile, graceful Bethany, Oklahoma

ROBERT E. HOLLIS Th. B. in Religion

Class of '49

Prayer and Fasting Sunday School Teacher Student Pastor

Obliging, student pastor

Chickasha, Oklahoma

NORMAN M . HOWERTON A. B . in Religion

RALPH JARED Th. B. in Religion

Freshman Student Council Representative Studious, purposeful Diligent, spiritual

Bethany, Oklahoma

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BOYD KIFER

LORA LEE KNIPPER

B. Mus. in Church Music

A. B. in Speech

Male Quartet President of Gospel Team Pres. of Prayer and Fasting Steward of Dining Hall Dormitory Counselor Pres. of Sunday School Class Chaplain and Librarian of A Cappella Choir Lead in Junior Play "Harriett" Christmas Chorus

Fine Arts and Sports Editor of Reveille Ech Speech Club Freshman Class Treasure (Trevecca) Arrow Staff Proficiency Service Awan -Reveille Echo

Character, ability and personality combined

Gregarious, gifted speah

Muskogee, Oklahoma

Lawrenceburg, Tennesse

THURMAN D. KNULL A. B. in Psychology

SENIORS Biology Club F .T .A.

Quiet, sincere

Grand Saline, Texas

CHARLES LANGFORD A. B. in History,

Vice-President of Sophomore Class

Original, capable

Gainesville, Florida

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LUCILLE MEREDITH LAW

RICHARD W. LAW A. B. in Philosophy

A. B. in Religion

Vice-President of Sophomore Class Honor Society Gay, likable Friendly, gladsome

Bethany, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

CHESTER LAWSON B. S. in Business

Class of '49

Appreciates a good story

Lexington, Oklahoma

VERNON E. LEDBETTER A. B. in Religion

PAULINE LEE

Missionary minded

Mischievous, sunny

Bethany, Oklahoma

Chandler, Oklahoma

B . Mus. Ed. in Public School Music

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MARJORIE LEMAY B.S. in Home Economies

BILL LEWIS Th. B. in Religion

Treasurer Home Economics Club Reveille Echo Staff Assistant Librarian

Any job is a challen

Elwood's pretty fiancee

Duncan, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

BERNARD LORETTE A. B. in Chemistry

SENIORS

Vice-President of "B" Club Phi Delta Lamba F.T.A. Who's Who Softball Senior Student Council Representative Versatile and capable Bethany, Oklahoma

BILL LOUGHRIDGE

A. B. in Religion

Chairman of Gospel Team's Street Service

H urn ble, steady

Wister, Oklahoma 62

MERVEL LUNN, JR. A . B. in English Associate Editor of Reveille Echo A Cappella Choir Junior Play and Departmental Play Editor of Arrow Who's Who Sincere, devoted "Mebs" Kansas City, Missouri

L. GLENN McARTHUR A. B. in Chemistry President of Senior Class President of Dormitory Council President of Missionary Band Student Council Who's Who Chemistry Assistant Reveille Echo Staff All Sports "Best Sport" Award Rises by kneeling Mangum, Oklahoma

CHARLES McCALL A. B. in Philosophy

Class of '49

Reveille Echo Staff Vice-President of Honor Society W.S.S .F . Campaign Manager Sunday School Teacher

Studious, philosophical

Bethany, Oklahoma

CLAUDE McDONALD, JR.

VAN McGILL

Th. B. in Religion

B. S. in Business

Man with a purpose

Gentlemanly, sturdy

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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CHARLES L. MILBURN

DALE MARIE MIZEL

A. B . in Religion

B.S . in Home Economi'

'' B" Club All School Softball

Arrow Secretary President of Home Economics Club

Quick, clever

Refined, stylish

Bethany, Oklahoma

Sweetwater, Texas

HAROLD MORGAN A. B. in Religion

SENIORS

Vice-President of Junior Class Vice-President of Student Council

Amiable, encouraging

Fort Smith, Arkansas

THELMA MORRISON

A. B. in History

Business-like

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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TRAVIS MULLINS

A. J. NEWBERRY

B. Mus. E d. in Public

A. B. in Mathematics

School Music

Band Male Choir President Christmas Chorus Male Ouartet Busine"Ss Manager of 1948 Arrow N.Y.P.S. Chairman Fine Arts Reveille Echo Editor Student Council Song Leader A creator of music Camden, Arkansas

F.T.A.

Ma themagician

Wellington, Kansas

MARGIE NEWCOMB Th. B . in Religion

Class of '49

Quiet, dependable

McKinney, Texas

GRACE OHSFELDT

CHARLES OLIVER

B. Mus. Ed. in Public School Music

Th . B. in Religion

College Queen Orchestra Honor Society F.T.A. President of Jernigan Hall Secretary of Senior Class Prayer and Fasting

Honorable, high principled

Consistent, patient Houston, Texas

Little Rock, Arkansas

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ELVA ELLEN OVERHOLT B.S. in Home Economics

Unimposing, likable ways

Newton, Kansas

0 . K. PERKINSOl A. B. in Spanish

"Lights Out"

Bethany, Oklahom;

RUTH D. PERKINSON A. B. in Spanish

SENIORS

Rosy cheeked, valiant

Bethany, Oklahoma

CLARA JEAN PETERSON A. B. in English

Reveille Echo Staff Arrow Staff Junior Play Christmas Chorus F.T.A.

"Smithy," cute lisp

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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MARVIN PETERSON A. B. in Psychology

CLAUDE E. PITTENGER A. B. in Philosophy

College Marshall Honor Society Industrious, winsome A leader in scholarship

Oklahoma City, Okla.

Bethany, Oklahoma

DOROTHY PITTS B.S. in Home Economics

Class of '49

Sparkling personality

Wilmore, Kentucky

KENNETH K. POLLARD A . B. in Religion

JUANITA PORTER B.S. in Business Ed.

Honor Society Student Pastor Sunday School Teacher

Missionary Band Prayer and Fasting Dormitory Council Secretary and Treasurer of Honor Society

Athirst for knowledge

Duncan, Oklahoma

Companionable, cordial

Bethany, Oklahoma

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VELMA REED

ONETA RHODES

A. B . in History

B . Mus. Ed. in Public School Music

School Athl etic Director Honor Society Prayer and Fasting Reveille Echo Staff Basketball Softball Track Vice President of "B" Club Voll ey Ball Ping Pong

Baseball Basketball Missionary Band Gospel T eam Prayer and Fasting N.Y .P .S. Secretary Music educator

Future teacher, athlete Crowley, Louisiana

WILBURN R . ROACH . A. B . in Speech

SEN IDRS

Not graduating in 1949

Responsible, -respected

Bethany, Oklahoma

ELVIN ROSBRUGH A. B. in Biology Not graduating in 1949

Dignified, reserved

Rockville, Missouri

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Abernathy, Texas

MARTHA ROSE

LOUISE ROWLETT

B.S. in Home Economics

B. S. in Home Economics

Gospel Team Home Economics Club Christmas Chorus Reveille Echo Staff

F.T.A. Home Economics Club

Demure, radiant

Oklahoma City, Okla.

Raven hair, appreciative

Nacogdoches, Texas

HOWARD SAYES A. B. in Philosophy

Class of '49

Steadfast, consecrated

Shreveport, Louisiana

HERBERT SCOTT

EARLENE SHAFFER

A. B. in Biology

B.S. in Home Economics

President of Biology Club Junior Class Play Speech Club Debate Class Missionary Bane! Reporter Prayer and Fasting Biology Laboratory Assistant

Home Economics Club Secretary Honor Society

A lovely hostess Of varied talents Tulsa, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

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JACK SHOULDERS A. B. in Religion

MABEL SONNEVIK B. Mus. in Voice

Prayer and Fasting Gospel Team Christmas Chorus

School Trio Honor Society Dorm Council Student Teacher

A southern drawl

Made of music

O'Donnell, Texas

Wichita, Kansas

ROBERT SPINK'S Th. B. in Religion

SENIO.RS

Unobtrusive

Shreveport, Texas

WILMA MARIE SUGG A. B. in English

Arrow Staff President of Bud Robinson Hall

"Moon" struck, gracious

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Colorado Springs, Colorado

GERALDINE SUTTON B . Mus. in Church M usic

KATHERINE TAYLOR B. S. in Home Economics

Not graduating in 1949

"Katie," nonchalant Coy, charming

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Beggs, Oklahoma

LLOYD TAYLOR A. B. in Chemistry

Class of '49

Who's \Vho President of Honor Society Faculty Studies Committee A Cappella Choir Vice-President of Senior Class Chemistry Laboratory Assistant Lofty ideals, aesthetic Shreveport, Louisiana

RICHARD THOMPSON

PEARL EVE LYN TIMM

A. B. in Religion

B. S. in Home Economic;s A. B. in Psychology

A Cappella Choir Church Choir Band Prayer and Fasting Professional, precise Casual, well groomed

Alexandria, Louisiana

Carthage, Missouri

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'vV. F. VAUGHAN, JR.

IRENE WALKER

B. S. in Business Economics

B.F.A. in Music

Sponsor of the Sentinel (N.Y.P.S.) Church Choir Sunday School Teache1

Arrow Photographer

Loves photography and Doris Hospitable, practical

Bethany, Oklahoma

Pine Bluff, Arkansas

HERBERT B. WILEY

Th. B. in Religion

SENIORS

A handy man aroun,d the work shop

Belgrade, Missouri MARlETT A WILLSEY B. Mus. Ed. in Public School Music

Quiet smile, beautiful as sweet

Stillwater, Oklahoma

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FLOYD C . WOODWORTH A. B. in Religion

CHARLENE WOOTEN A. B. in Chemistry

Confident, reserved

Eager, bouyant

Pasadena, California

Durant, Oklahoma

DOROTHY JEAN WOOTEN B. S. in Business Education

Class of '49

Everyone loves her

Durant, Oklahoma

EMERALD WRAY

KENNETH H . WRAY

A. B. in Religion

A. B . in Religion

Resolute, distinguished

Hearty, exacting

Graham, Texas

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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DON CRAWFORD Vice-President

DORIS BEAVER President ..,!

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Fun-loving yet spiritual, intellectual, and ambitious, the juniors are bound together by ties of Christian fellowship whether in class prayermeeting or business session, on the athletic field, or in the class room. Talented too is this class, laying claim to excellent student leaders, evangelists, pastors, musicians, public speakers, teachers. It has earned a name for cooperation and initiative by

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CARL KRUSE Council Representative Secretary

LEON COOPER Treasurer

successfully carrying on a four-fold program of activities - religious, social, recreational, and intell ectua I. In Professor Robert J. Emmel the juniors have had a sponsor of resourcefulness and sound judgment. Under the direction of this Christian leader, the juniors are preparing for a responsible citizenship and a useful future.

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Adams, Enoch L. , Colorado Springs, Colo . Adams, Glendena, Blackwell, Okla. Alexander, L. R. , Bethanv, Okla. Alli son, Robert i\1., Topeka , I<

Al sobrook, McRichey, Amarillo, Texas Andrews, George D ., Roversford, Penn. Andrew,

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C. , Bethanv, Okla.

Armold, Jack D. , Okla. Citv, OJ

Arnold, Winola, Monument, Kans. Atkins, Gene L., Bethany, Okla.

Attaway, Charles A. , Bethany, OH

Bacher, Archie, Bethany, Oklo

Baldwin, Dean, Blanchard, Okla. Baldwin , Howard, Palacios, Texas Baldwin , Oliver R. , Bethany, Okla. Beals, Ivan, Woodbury, Iowa

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eaver, D ori s, Beth anv, O kla. Birdwell , T h ea, \Vesica , Texas Black, \ Vayne, Longview, T exas Bloodworth , G eorge W ., Bethany, Okla.

Bockm ann , F ern , Aurora, Neb. Bohannan, Bill , Bethanv, Okla. Bohannan , Luther, Bethany, Okla. Bohannon , Raymond , Malden, M o.

Brak ebill, Ray J., Little Rock, Ark. Brandt, D ea n D ., T opeka , Kans: Brown, Geron, Betl1 any, Okla. Brown, Harold, \V ickes, Ark.

Burn ey, Murrell L. , Bethanv, Okla. C antrell, Alma Dean , \ Vest H elena, Ark. Carroll , Robert, Barnsdall, Okla . Chenoweth, Max, Woodward, Okla.

JUNIORS 77

Collins, Francis C arl, Arapaho, Okla . C ooper, Leon , Melrose, N. M. Crawford, Don , High Springs, Fla

Crawford, Tillman A., Cushin

Davenport, Manuel, Colorado Springs, Colo. Davis, Carolyn, Kan sas City, Mo. Davis, Floyd, Kansas City, Mo. Davis,

J. E. , Bethany, Okla .

Davis, Thurman F., Bethany, Okla . DeBoard, M ary, San Gabriel, Calif.

Dodson , Wilbur T., Bethany, OH

Dougharty, Bo, Beaumont, T,

Dudney, B. L. , Texarkana, Texas Fletcher, Alberta, Bethany, Okla . Fry, Gilbert R. , Hutchinson, Kans. Gardner, John, Meade, Kans.

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JUNIORS

Gholson, Lawrence, Atlanta, Texas Gilbert, Ronald E., Dallas, Texas Gilham, Thomas F., Bethany, Okla. Gillham , Jeannean, Blackwell, Okla .

Grant, Dwain , Melrose, N. M. Grant, Dwight, Melrose, N. M. Gray, _Robert, Compton, Calif. Griggs, Mary Jo, Huntsville, Texas

Hampton, Charlotte, Atlanta, Ga. Hardin, Dewey, Muskogee, Okla. Harmon, Wesley, Okla. City, Okla. Harris, Hubert, Gravette, Ark.

Harris, Norma Jean, Bethanv, Okla. Harrison, Charles R. , Mabelvale, Ark. Harvey, R. C. , Betl1anv, Okla . Heap, Harlan, ElDorado, Kans.

JUNIORS

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llcnclerson, Margaret, Crowlev, La. Hicks, Arlin, Okla. Citv, Okla. llillery, Lee, Russell Springs, Kans. llillery, Vivian, Russell Springs,

lloffpauir, \Vilma Dean , Lafa vette, La. Hogan, Em ma Jean, Pine Bluff, Ark. 1-Iollancl, Cameron Charles, Okla. Cit Hoover, D. C., C isco, Texas

Hopkins, Evelene, Chandler, Okla. Hopkins, Phyllis, Udall, Kans. Huff, John W., Shawmut, Ala. Isaacs, R. H., Bethanv, Okla.

Jameson , PhylliS", Geary, Okla. Jamison, Marion M., Hutchinson, Kans. Jenkins, Luther R. , Mobile, Ala. Jones, Bess, Hamlin, Texas

JUNIORS 80

Kannady, Robert , C ollinsville, Okla. Ked y, Charles, Betham路, Okla. Ki ser, F.' D ., Pasa dena , Calif. Knippers, Harold, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.

Knippers, Shural G. , Little Rock, Ark. Knull , Zelia, Bethan v, Okla. Kounter, Ivan, Coflevville, Kans. Krigbaum, Naomi, Bethany, Okla.

Kmse, Carl \V. , Bethanv, Okla. Ladman , Elsie Mae, Esther, Mo. Langford , Becky, Somerset, Kv. Lee, Jack , Brookhaven, Miss.

Lee, Quida W ., Brookhaven, .'v!iss. Lester, Howard , York, Neb. Light, Dollene, Okla. Cit\路, Okla . Long, Dorothy, Bethany, Okla.

JUNIURS 81

Maney, Ruth, Burkburnett, Texas

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Marsh, Archie, Austin, Colo .

Martin, Tomie S., Betl1any, Okla. McCaulla, James R ., Osborn, Oi

l'vlcCombs, Fuller 0., Bethanv, Okla . McCoy, Lawrence, Omaha, Neb . McMahon , Ruth Lavell, Post, Texas Minyard, Millye, Albuquerque, I

Moor, June Lee, Perkins, Okla. Moore, Donna, Omaha, Neb. Morrisett, Wanda, Muskogee, Okla. Moulton, Ralph, Donaldsonville

Nelson, Daisy, Belle Glade, Fla .

Newcomb, Donald vV., McKinnev, Texa. Oakes, Winifred, San Benito, Texas Parkhurst, Mildred, Woodward,

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JUNIORS

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Patton, B. A., Terrell, Texas Perkins, Mary A., \Vinlield, Kans. Perryman, J. E., Quanah, Texas Pierce, Douglas, Bethanv, Okla.

Pincomb, James, Colorado Springs, Colo. Porter, Bill, Houston, Texas Potter, Lorraine, Tulsa, Okla. Prough, Maxine, Haven, Kans.

Radebaugh, Bobby Dean, Henryetta, Okla . Reneau, Clifford, Chelsea, Okla. Robin son, Charles, \Vaco, Texas Rowlett, Marie, Nacogdoches, Texas

Sanders, Joseph C., Arcadia, La. Sayes, Dorothy, Muskogee, Okla. Scharclein, Charles W., Partridge, Kans , Schauer, Leola, Bethany, Okla.

JUN IORS

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Scofield, Genelle, Amarillo, Texas Search, Ira F. , Bethany, Okla. Shaffer, Garland , Bowlegs, Okla . Shoemaker, Melvin H ., Saratoga

Smith, Marie, Wichita, Kans. Smith, Paul R., Bethany, Okla. Smith, Hallie, Bethany, Okla. Sooter, Jack, Bethanv, Okla.

Spinks, Arlene, Frederick, Okla. Stearman , Billie Katherine, Tulsa, Okla . Stearman , Sam, Bethany, Okla.

Steele, Claude A., Bethany, Ok1

Steele, Mollie Faye, Bethany, Okla. Stewart, Marshall, Bethanv, Okla. Stewart, Vera , Topeka, Kans. Swim, Marilyp, Kansas City, M

Terry, Glen W., Brownwood, Texas Thompson, Jack L. , Bethany, Okla. Tucker,' Jimmy P., Bethany, Okla.

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JUNIORS

Turner, Jacqueline, Waco, Texas Twining, Ra y Eugene, Elk City, Kans. Vance, Chester, Jr. , Hutchinson, Kans. Vance, Schauner, Gate, Okla.

Vanderlind, Philip, Yukon, Okla. \Vade, Larry, Abilene, Texas Vl alker, Tella, Bethany, Okla. \Vassom, Betty, Bethanv, Okla.

Wassom, Earl E., Bethany, Okla. Watts, Geneva, Calumet, Okla. Vlhitener, James C. , Dalton, Ga. Whitley, Betty June, Chadron, Neb.

\Viens, Lillian D. , Harrison, Ark. Williams, Hubert, Donalsonville, Ga. Williams, Philip, Okla. City, Okla. Wilson, Donald, Bethanv, Okla.

Wooden, Carolyn , Tulsa, Okla. Wretling, Charles, Bethany, Okla. \Vright, Doris, Lamar, Colo.

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The Sweetest Music Ever Tolled

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DON MOORE . DON OWEN -:-President S-VIce-President

THE MILLERS - Sponsors

SOPHOMORE OFFlCEPtS

All traditions were broken when the Class of 1951 presented to the college in their sophomore year a set of Carillonic Tower Bells, an ideal gift. Through the gift they wish to perpetuate their memory in music, and by presenting it now they have made it possible for us to enjoy the chimes while we are yet 111 school. The bells were installed in the tower of Bresee Hall in time to commemorate the Easter season. They are a recent development in electronic chimes, costing three thousand, five hundred and fifty dollars. They will ring every quarter hour in the Westminister Chime combination. They may also be operated manually, for chime concerts, from the console organ in the Fine Arts auditorium. The class will dedicate this gift in their senior year.

MARVIN SNOWBAR NORMA JEAN SN~~R-Council Rep. TIBELEEN SULLIV;R-Treasurer N-Secretary

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Alexander, Nina Mae, Hutchinson, Kans. Allison, Martha, Morrilton , Ark. Anderson, Jean, Atlanta, Ga.

Barrett, Betty Jane, Mason, Texa:

Bass, Dale, Dixon, Neb. Bates, Milton D., Bethany, Okla . Bayles, Virjeane, Bethany, Okla. Behannon, Cathryn, Houston, 1

Bilyeu, Grace, Stillwater, Okla. Blanchard , Lottie, New Orleans, La. Block, Harold F ., Mitchell, Neb. Bohannan, Lavonia , Bethany, 01

Borchers, Ruth, Meade, Kans. Brandon , Ruth , Bartlesville, Okla. Bridges, Raymond M. , Birmingham, Browning, Joan , Bethany, Okla.

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Butler, Renee Elizabeth, Dallas, Texas Campbell, Ri chard, Claremore, Okla. Carothers, Joan , Maxwell, Neb. Carroll, Bill , Barnsdall, Okla.

Cavanaugh, E . Harrison , \Vinfield, Kans. Clegg, Loretta, Betl1anv, Okla . Clegg, N ita, Rotan, Texas Clem, Virginia Lee, Fort Scott, Kans.

Clifft, Goldie, Hollis, Okla. Cloud, Dennis, Higgins, Texas Coburn, Thurman E., Lawere11cebmg, Tenn. Commons, Vesta, Hutchinson, Kan s.

Cottam, T ed, Lowell, Mass. Crandell, Charles, El Reno, Okla. Crenshaw, Don , Stillwater, Okla. Culley, Olvette, El Reno, Okla.

SOPHOl\1DRES

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Cunningham, Ester Jane, Henrvetta , Okla. Curtis, H. G. , Siloam Springs, Ark. Davis, Wayman, Pearl, Texas Dickens, Joe Allen, Conwav, Ar

Diffee, Joe, Little Rock, Arkansas Dimond , Minnie Blanche, Gavlord, Kar Dole, Dwight, Omaha, Neb. Donoho, Edward K., McLean ,

Dorris, Jackie, Bethanv, Okla. Downs, Ralph , Breaux Bridge, La. Draper, Bill, Queen City, Texas

Duke, Margaret, Amarillo, Te:

Dyer, Bettie Mae, Roswell, N . M . Elam, Geraldine, Bethany, Okla. Elam, Johnn y. Bethany, Okla. Emmert, Ervin, Shamrock, Tt

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Evans, Geraldine, Sulphur, La . Evans, Mary Jeanne, San Benito , Texas Everhart, Floyd, Ness City, Kans. Farr, Audrey, Texarkana, Texas

Fechner, John C ., Shattuck, Okla . Foster, Bonnie, Cleo Springs, Okla. Freeb urg, Sidney, La Junta, Colo. Frey, Kenn eth 0., Newton , Kans.

Garber, Bill, Riverton, Kans. Garber, Bud , Lowell, Kans. Garsee, Jarrell , Tuttle, Okla. Gilley, Marvin G., Bethanv, Okla.

Gladney, Ernest M ., Bethan y, Okla . Goen , D . L. , Brownstown , Ind. Green, Yvonne, Augusta, Kans. Hakes, Robert, Bethanv, Okla.

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Hale, June, Tulsa , Okla. Halford , Marie, Ada, Okla . Hammerstrom, LeRoy, Omaha, Nel I-_larrell, Charles, Little Rock,

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Haworth , Bonnie, Hanston, Texas H errick, James, Farmingto n, N. M . Hillery, Wilma, Russell Springs, Ka Hoffpauir, Helen , Lake Ch a rle~

Holland, Zane, Craig, Mo. Holman, Edsel, Marigold, Miss . Hoover, Ed na, Ava , Mo. H orton, Don , Carnegie, Okla.

Hudson, Bill, Tulsa, Okla. Jon es, Charles Ray, Lufkin , Texas Jones, Betty, Kansas City, Mo. Jones, Orville, Clarksdale, Miss

SOPH0~1DRES 92

Johnston, Johnn y, Austin , Texas Joh nson, Milton , Hamlin , Texas Johnson, Wayne, Sweetwater, Texas Kee, Velma Lee, Electra, Texas

Keeton, Burl, Corpus Christi, Texas Kelso, Mary Lou, Lone Tree, Iowa Kenn edy, Iva W., Hooker, Okla . Kersten, M yron J., Lake Charles, La.

Kilpatri ck, Raymond, Pawhuska , Okla . King , Earl Gene, Betl1anv, Okla. King, Florence, Zylks, La. Kirby, Glen, Kansas Citv, Mo.

Knight, Marie, Grand Saline, Texas Knippers, Ruth , Manv, La. Lakey, Billy, Neodesha, Kans. Lanham, Delbert, \Voodward, Okla.

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Lawrence, Doris, Bethanv, Okla. Loewen, Ivan Daryl, \Vichita, Kans. Luther, Frances, Many, La .

Mason, Lewis A., Bethany, Okla.

Mewes, Evelyn, Fairbury, Neb . Miller, Berniece, Stillwater, Okla . Miller, Mary, Bethany, Okla. Miller, Ruth, Bethany, Okla.

Moore, Donald C ., Phoenix, Ariz. Moore, Johnnie, M cLean; Texas Moore, M yrtle L. , Hill Citv, Kans.

Moyer, Velma Louise, Kilgore,'

Mullins, George, Bethanv, Okla. M yers, Doris, Kansas Citv, Mo. McClung, Jean, Edmond, Okla.

McCollom , Russel R., Eureka, 1

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McPherson, Thelma J., ElDorado, Kans. Nelson, Charles Edward, Rogers, Ark. Newcomb, Doyle, Sapulpa, Okla. Newman, June, Joplin, Mo.

'Jewman, Shirley, Joplin , Mo. Nichols, Jane, Longview, Texas Oppy, John, Edgewater, N.

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Owens, Billye, Ardmore, Okla .

)wens, Donald, Joplin, Mo. Paden, Mary Jean, Omaha, Neb . Pardue, Mary Frances, Tampa, Fla . Patterson, Alma Ruth, Abernathy, Texas

Payne, Robert Clifton, Bethany, Okla. Posey, Gwendolyn, Mena, Ark. Post, Gene L., Grand Island, Neb. Powell, Mary Ellyn, Newton, Kans.

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Powers, Betty M., Henryetta, Okla. Potts, Troy C. , Texarkana, Ark. Prentice, Genelle, El Dorado, Ark. Pruess, Adeline, Wichita, Kans

Proffitt, Marvin, Bethany, Okla . Rakes,

J.

C., Borger, Texas

Ramick, Nelda, El Dorado, Ark. Randle, A. C., III, Okla. City,

Ray, Doris Ann, Okla. City, Okla. Redmon, Wilda, Mound City, Mo. Robinson , Jnne, Lawrence, Kans. Robinson, Modelle, Snyder, T<

Rogers, Homer, Coffevville, Kans. Rogers, Margarette, Bethany, Okla . Roper, Wanda, Lawton, Okla. Runyan, Francis M., Oakley, Kar

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SOPHOMORES

Sarras, Helen , Okla. Citv. Okla . Scofield, Lois, Amarillo, Texas Sheofee, Mary, Conwav, Ark. Schowalter, Emerson, Norborne, Mo.

Simmons, Marjorie, San Angelo, Texas Sinden, H erbert , Uhrichsville, Ohio Snowbarger, Marvin, Dodge City, Kans. Snyder, Carl R. , Bethanv, Okla .

Sn yder, Norma Jean , Bethany, Okla. Sonnevik, Milton Edwin , Stavanger, Norwav Spencer, Wanda Lee, Midwest C ity, Okla. Stewart, James M ., Robeline, La.

Stover, Marv Loui se, Medford, Okla. Stroman , Bill , Olmito, Texas Sullivan, Tibbelleen, Pine Bluff, Ark. Sullivan, Wesley, Longview, Texas

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Swan, Eleanor, Sapulpa, Okla. Swann , Johnie A. , Corpus Christi, Texas Taylor, Nell, Bethany, Okla. Tazelaar, Clifford H ., Washingtor

Thomas, George L., Batesville, Ark. Thomas, J. W. , Stilwell, Okla . Toepfer, James, Kingfisher, Okla . Trower, Robert F. , Clovis, N. M.

Tucker, Daniel H., Mayfield, Kv. Turner, Leslie W ., Cleo Springs, Okla. Upchurch, Avanele, Queen City, Texas

Walden, Ernest, Ulysses, Kans. Walker, Edith Mae, Bethany, Okla.

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\ Vest , John T., Purcell, Okla. \ Vestlund , Harold , Sioux City, Iowa W heeler, Samuel Earl, Marshall, Texas Wh ybrew, Robert C., Rogers, Ark.

Wiersma, Hessel, Okla. Citv, Okla . Willey, Lavelle, Bethany, Okla. \ Villiams, Kathryn, Elk City, Okla. Williams, Ph yllis> Edmond, Okla .

W illiams, Ruth , Man y, La. Williamson, Jun e, Okla. City, Okla . Willwerth, Paul , St. Albans, Vt.

W ooley, Annetta S., Marietta, Ohio Yeatman, Hazel, Fargo, Okla.

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HILLIS HERREN-President MR. FLOYD-Sponsor

RALPH CASEY -Council Representative JAMES STEVENS-Vice-President

FRESHM EN OFF!CERs The f reshma ethany.p . 11 class en1r>l 路 ' we1co carried . - W1th an 111ed to out 111 a " unusual ... the largest fre n army" them ll]JtJa tion history shman classe . e, Is one of 路 s m the Tl college's Je freshme1 themsel ves . J made q tllte . 11 second 1 J athletics .. a name for . Pace m ' gammg tJon. The nearly a]] s . at least in 1 freshmen . ports com . gnls took fi petJ. t Je Revei]] 111ent e Echo B k rst place 路 as etba]] ~ ourna. B

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Class of '52

Abbott, Jack, Sayre, Okla. Acord, Bob, San Antonio, Texas Adams, D on P ., Dahlgren, Ill . Anderson, Alice, Columbus, Kan

Anderson , Jesse, Skiatook, Okla. Andrew, Constance, Bethany, Okla. Archer, Freeda, Sayre, Okla . Atkins, Reta , Lawson , Mo.

Babcock, Joann, Grea t Bend, Kans. Babcock, Rose M ary, Grea t Bend, Kans. Barnes, Lee E ., Ferrv, Okla . Barnett, Barbara, Hooker, Okla.

Baxter, Donald, M ason, Texas Beard, Marvin , C olumbus, Ohio Bennett, Charles, Prescott, Ark.

Bernstorf, Mona Marie, Lewis, K<

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Berry, B. Rex, Cisco, Texas Bessire, Geraldine, Hillsboro, Texas Bilhimer, Lois, Kansas City, Kans. Binning, Louise, McDonald, Kans.

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Boebs, Betty Rose, Cleo Springs, Okla. Bolerjack, Francis, Okla. City, Okla. Bouldin, Louise, Parsons, Kans. Bradford, Madaline, \Vinfield, Kans.

Brannon, Wilbur, Tulsa, Okla . Briggs, Doretha, Topeka, Kans. Brink, Ellene, Ford, Kans. Brown, Denton, Cushing, Okla.

Brown, Lottie Jean , Pine Blufl, Ark. Bryant, Kenneth, Arkansas City, Kans. Buckow, Nola, Lincoln, Neb. Bumpus, John William , Birmingham , Ala .

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Burkhart, Ford, Newton, Kans. Burns, Cecil, Tulsa, Okla. Burn s, Geneva, Arkansas Citv, Kans .. Burton, Billy

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Roswell, N. M .

Butts, June, lola, Kans. Campbell , Pauline, Denver, Colo. Carlisle, Leta Mae, Temple, Texas Carothers, Evelyn , Maxwell, Ne

Casey, Ralph E., Savre, Okla. Chambers, Gene, Hutchinson, Kans. Chambers, Sherrel, McCrorv, Ark. Chinn, Theodore, \Vest Helena,

Chrane, Margaret, Kansas Citv, Mo. Christensen, \ V ilma, \Vichita, Kans. Clegg, Juna, Bethany, Okla.

Conrad, Wm. Howard, Coffevvil

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Cornwell, D onald E., Osborne, Kan s. Cox, Bettv, No rm an, Okla. C raig, Carl , M eade, Kan s. C ypert , Elisha , Brownville, T exas

Daniels, Helen , T errell , T exas Dann er, Richard , E va nsville, Ind. Darling, LaV ern e, Hutchinson , Kans. Davis,D ella Marie, Omaha, Ne b.

Dennards, Pea rl , \ X!ea th erford , Okla. Devore, \ Vayne E ., \ X!ellington , Kans. Dillard , Carl A., Ft. \)\f orth, T exas Doolv, Geraldi ne, Peniel, T exas

Dorri s, Robert, Bethanv, Okla. Dorri s, Roberta, Bethany, Okla . Douglas, T ed

J., Bartlesville,

Okla.

Drake, Clarence, Oaks, Okla .

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Driskill, Virginia, Okla . City, Okla. Eason, Fern, Grand Saline, Texas Eason, Harold, Grand Saline, Texas Edwards, Helen, Kansas City,

Elkins, Jacquinta, Tulsa, Okla. Emmert, J. VI/., V;tellington, Texas Emmert, Thurman, Bethany, Okla.

Engle, Ruth, Okla. City, Okl<

Ferraez, Fernando, New Orleans, La . Fetters, Robert, Watonga, Okla. Fitzgerald, Robert B. , Longview, 1 Follis, Sue, Amarillo, Texas

Fletcher, Bill, Denison, Texas Flowers, Lenora, Erick, Okla. Fletcher, Betty Jo. , Lake Charles, L

Foxworthy, Herbert, Richmond

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Frankenfield, Keith Kerby, Ponca City, Okla. Frazier, Herbert, Emporia, Kans. Freeman, Darrell, Dallas, Texas Fulmer, Don, Bowie, Texas

Garber, Thomas, Galena, Kans. Garrison, James, Pittsburg, Kans. Gatlin, W. D. (Jack ) , Longview, Texas Gering, Elvera Ruth, Kingman, Kans.

Gering, Leonard, Kingman, Kans. Gibson, Helen , Ava, Okla. Gladman, Dorothy, Kansas City, M_o. Goff, Edward, Bristow, Okla.

Goodson, Delores, McPherson, Kans. Grant, Mavis, G rand Saline, Texas Gray, John W., Okla. City, Okla. Green, Dell, Bethany, Okla.

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Green, Reva, Burkbumett, Texas Greninger, Eva Marie, SJiamond, Mo. Gribble, Clonnie, Tahoka, Texas

Guin, Wiley, Grand Saline, Tex;

Grout, Robert, Bell, Calif. Hagin, Zola Mae, Cordell, Okla. Hale, DeJ uana, Bethany, Okla. Hale, Helen , Shawnee, Okla.

Hamm, Mary Frances, Amarillo, T exas Hankin s, Maunette, Pine Bluff, Ark. Hanna, Esther J ., El Paso, Texas Hastings, Curtis, Cheney, Kar

Harper, Martha, Kirwin , Kans. Harrell, Ruth , Little Rock, Ark. Hawkins, Floyd E., Temple, Texas Herren, Hillis, Nevada, Mo.

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Hess, Joseph Leonard, Betham·, O}da. Hess, Robert E. , Rvan , Okla. Hill, Mary Lynne, Texarkana, Texas Hites, Betty, McPherson , Kan s.

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Hodges, Ralph, Kansas City, Mo. Hoffman, Marcella, Longview, Texas Homer, Dorothy, Bethany, Okla. House, Marjean, Beth any, Okla.

Hudson, Bobbie, Temple, Texas Huff, Joyce, Shawmut, Ala . Huff, Robert, Shawmut, Ala. Jennings, Clarence, Carmi, Ill.

Jennings, Imogene, Carmi, Ill. Johnson, Hannah , McPherson , Kans. John son, Margie Ann, Ed mond, Okla. Johnson, Martha, Okla. City, Okla.

FRESH~1EN 109

Johnson, Ralph, Hamlin, Texas Johnson, Yvonne, Wellington, Kans. Keefe, John H., Wichita, Kans. Kelly, Bob L., Winfield, Kans.

Kidd, Jerrett, Laurel, Miss. Kleck, Vera, Enid, Okla. Knight, John, Lahiland, Fla. Knoll, Grace Lynn, Houston, Te

Krey, Patricia, Great Bend, Kans. Landtroop, Jewel Lee, Maple, Texas Latson, Billie Jean, San Angelo, Texa: Lawson, Ray, Lexington, Okla.

Lehman , Leo D., Woodward, Okla. Lester, Ella, York, Neb. Lewis, Helen, Arkansas City, Kans. Lindsey, Mary Beth, Caney, Kan:

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le, Buddy, T yler, Texas Longnecker, Betty, Bryant, Okla. Longnecker, Bill, Bryant, Okla. Lovelace, Roselle, Sulphur, Okla.

路e, Jack B., Prescott, Ark. McAdoo, Roland, El Dorado, Ark. McBurnett, Robert C., Sherman, Texas McCallister, JosephS., Okla. City, Okla.

Claflin, Dale, Medford, Okla. McGinty, Daniel, Beebe, Ark. Mcinnis, Jetta Mae, Houston, Texas McKellips, D. A., Longmont, Colo.

ddux, Maynard Lee, Deerfield, Kans. Maiden, Harold, Cassville, \:Vise. Manners, Margaret, Durant, Okla. Marten , Mary Lou, Erick, Okla.

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1\ liddlc ton , Reba, llolclclll ·illc, Okla. 1\ lilburn , 1\ l:m· Lu , Bcth:m1·. Okla. 1\lilburn , V irgil , Altns, Okla.

1\ lill cr, 1\ lnri el, Ada, Okla. 1\'l oon, Freel 1\1., Sknmwt, ALl. 1\loorc, Darrell P., Phoe nix, Ariz. 1\ loorc, Bill, Dallas, Texas

1\loorc, Vernon , Chickasha , Okla. 1\ lorgan , 1\ lcrrill 1\1. , Portland , Ore. 1\lurrav, 1\loclena. Tahoka , Texas Neal , 1\ !orris. Bet ham·, Okla.

N ichols, Vestal , Lunccl, Kan s. Norman, Marv Jeanette, Grand Saline, T• Norsworth y, Robert , Meade, Kan s. Oakes, Frances D ., San Benito, 1

FRESHNlEN 112

Oliver, La\\-renee, Newton , Kans. Oshiro, Alice, I Ionolnln, I Iawaii Overholt, Elvera , Newton , Kans. Oyler, Bernadine, \ Vichita, Kan s.

Pagan , Keith A., Stroud, Okla . Parker, 路wilburn, \Vister, Okla. Patterson, Elmer, Collinsville, Okla. Patton , Mary Jo. , Terrell, Texas

Peck, Dolores, Kans;Js Citv, Mo. Petty, Margaret, Clovis, N. M. Pierce, Mel vin L., McLean , Texas Pinkston, Alma, Broadview, N. M.

Pinkston , Betty, Broadview, N. M. Pogue, W.

J., Jacksonville, Texas

Pool, Dean, Columbus, Ohio Posey, Ellis Lloyd, Mena , Ark.

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Powell, Austin, Osage, Okla. Prince, Bill, Altus, Okla. Prvon, Jean, \Vaco, Texas Pryor, Martin L., Gainesville, T<

Rainbolt, Rnth, Cleveland, Okla. Ramsev, Kenneth, \\/ellington, Kans. Ratliff, Melvyn D., Oakdale, Calif. Reed, Joy, Iota , La.

Reep, Frances, Lawrence, Kan s. Reeves, Elvie, Vici, Okla. Rhodes, Freda , Abernatln路, Texas Rhodes, Skeet, Abernathv, Tex;

Rhodes, \ Vanda, Albuquerque, N . M. Richmond, Ross, Mason, Mich. Roark, Dorthea , Long Pine, Neb. Robi nson, Clara, \Vaco,

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Rogers, \Vanda, Post, Texas Rosfeld , Florence, Lake Charles, La. Rough , Bill, Tulsa, Okla. Rowe, Ruth , Kan sas Citv, Mo.

Sanders, Don, Betl1anv, Okla . Sauer, Willodene, Cimarron, Kans. Scott, Agnes, McCrory, Okla . Scott, Virginia, Rock Hill, S. C.

Seay, Bill , Kansas Citv, Kam. Sharpton , \ Venda II, Collinsville, Okla . Shippy, llarlan II., \ Voodbine, Kans . Shippy, Vida, \Voodbine, Kans .

Shrout, Bob, Hoisington , Kam. Shurley, \ Vaync, Pittsburg, Kansas. Silvey, Lawrence E., Anderson , Mo. Simmons, Betty, Gu thrie, O kla.

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Singlt:LJn·. K J .. Om11gc, Texas Smith. Boh L., Colnmlms, Ohio Smith , Jam es Paul, I /agerma11, N. !v1. Smith , Tom , Jr.. l'l!ocllix, Ariz.

Southwell, Violet. Okla. Cih·, Okla. Spruiell, Roxie, Lamesa, Texas Staton , James, Sn·e<:twater, Texas Stephens, James D. , Tuscaloosa

Stipe, Charles, Betham·, Okla. Stover, I Ienrietta, Medford, Okla. Stowe, Jo Ann, Cisco, Texas Swift, Ri chard , Macon , Ga.

Tahchaw·wickah, Rose, Cac/1e, Okl.a Taylor, Bob, Ardmore, Okla. Taylor, \Va ync, Dinero, Texas Terry, Barbara Ann, Brownwood

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T ern·, Van ctti;r, 1\ /in cra/ \\' ells. T exas Tho man. R nth , I Ia n . Kans. T h oma s, John B., Stiln-cll, Okla. Th ompson, James Lee. Tulsa. O kla.

Trager, C h ri stin e, Li ttle Rock. Ark. Transne, Earl \\ ' ., Popular Bluff , 1\/o. Tn·on, Charl es, Co rp us C h risti, Texa s Tu cker, Rn bv, H eavener, Ok la.

Turman. Van , 1\ f;ISOn, Texas 'l'dcr, VirgiL Paris, T exas Ucrhitz. Da,icl , Bet/m11·. O kla. Um barger. Norman , Newton , Kans.

Upsha,,·, Jane, C o u nt~ · Li ne, O kla . u,-ch;na . D oro th v. I Iono lu/u . I Lm·aii \\ 'alclrcp. T homas E., Jasper, Ala. \\ 'alla cc. Bctt v, Portales, N . M .

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\Va tt, Glorene, \ViciJita , Kans. \Vccks, Vi\'ian, \Vaco, Texas \Vest, Frances, Jasper, Ala. vVest, Ruth , Greenville, Texas

White, Clifford, Tulsa, Okla. \Vien s, Gcralcl, Harrison , Ark. \Villiams, Betty, Akron, Ohio

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\:Villiams, Virginia, Kansas Citv, Mo. \ :Vill iamson , C huck, Dodge Citl', Kans. \\' illiam son , Paul, Richm ond, Ind . \ Villiamson , \ :Vesley, Betham路, Okla.

\Vil son , Ravmoncl L., Port Artlm r, Texas \ Vilson , T homas fl ., Hutchinson, Kan s. \ Voocl , Donald C ., Conroe, Texas \Vright, Velma Mai, Little Rock, Ark.

\Vu ester, Terry, Centralia, Kans. Yarbrough, Peggie Tean, Wellington, Texas Yeckley, M orine, Tulsa, Okla.

Yoesel, Toan , Falls Citv, Neb.

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,\nclcrson, James \V". , Uclall , Kans. Bonser, Elsie, Scottsbluff, Neb. Br01m , Naomi , Bethanv, Okla. Buchanan, Harold , Monroe, La.

Coleman , Trovcc, Abernathv, Texas Cook, A. Bryce, Bethanv, Okla. Cra ven, Erden R., Bethanv, Okla .

Dillard , \V"ilma, Fort \ Vortl1 , Te)

Fulton, Frances, Dallas, Texas Geurin , Carl, Okla. Cit\路, Okla. Gladney, Velva, Bethanv, Okla.

Hall , Horace, Okla . Citv, Okla.

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llarris, Geneva, Mathis, Texas llarri, , Russell R., Corpus, Christi , Texas llcss, Marcia Jewel, Bethanv, Okla . Krigba um, Mildred, Bethanv, Okla.

Loughridge, Beatrice, \Vis ter, Okla. Lumlcv, Marvin M. , Arkansas Citv, Kans. Martin , Don, Bethanv, Okla. Moulton, Janette, Donaldsonvi JJe, Ga.

Pollard, Naomi Jantz, Newton, Kans. Shurley, Carmen , Pittsburg, Kans. Stewart, Edwina, Bethanv, Okla.

Thomas, \ V. 0., Bowie, Texas Vaughan , Troy T ., Prague, Okla.

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James William Ellis. Charleston, \ Vest Virginia. A.B. in Religion. Plans to be a pastor. President of Student Council . . . Student Director of Religious Activities . . President of Prayer and Reveille Echo Columnist . . . Fasting .. 'Who's \Vho 1948 . , Phi Delta Lambda Sunday School Teacher ... General Superintendent of Harvesters.

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L. Glenn McArthur. Mangum , Oklahoma. A.B. in Chemistry. Plans to be a. Medical Missionary. President of Senior Class ... Junior Student Council Representative . .. President of Missionary Band . . . Vice-President of Prayer and Fasting . . Vice-President of B-Ciub . . . Basketball ... Softball ... Football . . . Track ... Best Sports Award Counselor . President of Dorm. Council . .. Who's Who in 1948 . . . Assistant in Chemistry Laboratory . .. Studies .~~~:'::=:~~~C~ommittee ... Reveille Echo Staff . . . . . Assistant Pastor.

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Doris Darlene Beaver. Bethany, Oklahoma. Junior in Speech. Plans to be a teacher. President of Junior Class ... President of Speech Club . Assistant Editor of Arrow ... Society Editor of Reveille Echo . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Treble Choir . . District and Local N. Y. P. S. Secretary . . . Certificate Recital . . . Lead in " House Beautiful" . . . " Joan of Lorraine" ... Future Teachers of America.

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Jack D . Armold. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Junior in Speech . Plans to be an Evangelist. Editor of Reveille Echo . . . Sophomore Class President . . . Student Council . . . President of Oklahoma Senior Press Association .. : Junior路Senior Banquet Toastmaster ... Speech Club . .. Second Place Southwestern Debate Tournament . . . Varsity Debate Squad ... " House Beautiful" ... "Joan of Lorraine" . . . All.School Cheerleader .. . Softball . . Track . . Evangelistic Work.

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I AM THE CHURCH COLLEGE .

I am the oldest institution of higher learning in America. Before there had been state universities or other institutions of college rank, I had been found ed. For 300 years I have served my country well. rlluee centuries of achievement vindicate my right to be. I stand tor lite's highes t ideals. I search for truth, believing God's universe is firep roof, and that I may light the torch of truth anywhere. I lay emphasis upon genuine scholarship. My graduates are among the nation's greatest scholars. I believe in God. In the student' s expanding circle of adjustment I open wide the portal to the unseen world of spirit. My sons and daughters are men and women of vision and spiritual power. I train for service. Through me, culture dominates the work of the world. I give leadership to the nation. From me have come presidents, governors, legislators, judges, educators, editors, in greater proportion than from any other source. Upon me the church depends for its preachers, its teachers, its missionaries-all its leaders. Without me the work of the church could not go on . I deserve your support. I receive from each student less than half the cost of what I give. From me the poor are not turned away. I still look to you, the members of the church, to make this possible. I cannot continue the splendid record of the past unless I have help . I am the church college. I need your prayers and your gifts. -Author Unknown .

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our fathers is still living in the church. Revival fires have burned brightly and numerous souls have been won into His Kingdom. Truly saints of God have served as leaders crt this church. The Church of God marches on, a source of strength and power to our school. It is our refuge in time of storm and stress . Our pastor, Dr. C. B. Strang, as a shepherd to his goodly flock, is humbl y leading us on to victory. Our sole purpose is "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, in earth as it is in Heaven ." Yes, we are rich indeed, in having such a church on our college campus. May it always be a vital part of our school life. LESTER L. DUNN Minister of Music I

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Above all else that has made the Golden Anniversary Year memorable, the spiritual achievements tower highest in our thinking. The greatest blessing we receive on the campus is the enrichment of character we experience in times of spiritual emphasis. The religious treats of the year began with the three-day opening convention in which our General Superintendent Hardy C. Powers brought the messages. The fall revival was conducted by Rev. \Villiam and Marjorie Fisher, and the first Aycock Lecture series by Rev . E . E . Gross, of Washington, D. C . Owing to the sudden death of Dr. H . V. Miller, who was to have conducted our youth revival , Dr. R . V. Delong was called and filled the place

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ably. The spring series of Aycock Lectures was delivered by Rev. Edward Lawler, Superintendent of the Canada West District, and the spring revival was conducted by General Superintendent Orval J. Nease. In these series of services we have heard challenging messages brought in a spirit of meekness and humility and baptized with fervency and zeal. They have encouraged us beyond measure. As the year closes, we feel that a rich harvest of accomplishments has been reaped in the field of spiritual endeavor. Assuredly we are now better equipped to "go forth, bearing precious seed, and sowing beside all waters, that we may doubtless come again rejoicing, bringing our sheaves with us."

DR. HARDY C . POWERS

DR. RUSSELL V . DELONG

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REV. HAROLD JONES

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PRAYEH AND FASTJNG For spiritual food so necessary to Christian living, one may enter the Church on the corner of the campus at noon on Friday and be, as it were, in the great dining hall of God. From the moment one enters, His presence is known to be hovering over the group of students silently praying and awaiting His words. Hearts meet God here, and God meets spiritual, physical, and material needs. As Jeremiah said, " Thy words were found and I did eat them; and thy word was to me the joy and rejoicing of mine own heart; for I am called by thy name, Oh Lord God of Hosts." We give up a meal a week, a meal which only satisfies physical hunger. In return we feast on His word and enjoy the presence of our great Host, our God .

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Row 1-R. Miller, N. Harris, F. Eason, H. Sarras, 0. Rhodes, 0. Culley, B. Barnett, G. Evans. Row 2-R. Harrell , V. Shippv, L. Carlisle, J. Huff, J. Williamson, G. Watts, M. Simmons, \V . Rhodes, M. Miller, V . Wright, V. Clem, G. Clifft, A. Scott. M. Parkhurst. W. Rogers, F. Rhodes Row 3-R. \Villiams, N. Clegg, T. Bouldin, D . Beaver, D. Moore, B. Fletcher, D. Davis, L. Blanchard, C. Wooden, L. Scofield, V. Moyer, P. Hopkins, M . Harper, A. Preuss, G. Knoll, B. George. Row 4-A . Bowman. M. Paden. W. Roper, J. Mcinnis, D . Peck, R. Williams, G. Bilveu, S. Ward . S Follis, G. Watt, E. Carothers, H. Lewis, F. Rosfeld, N. Alexander, F . Bockmann, D. Briggs, G. Scofield, M. Prough, B. Foster. Row 5-B . Garber, L. Hillerv, T. Ga rb er, I-I. Maiden, D. Brandt, B. Hammerstrom. B. Little. C. Harrell. K. Bryant, J. Thompson, W . Harmon, V. Tyler, H. Carlisle, H. Sa yes, R. Gray. Row 6-G. Brown, J. Dickens, D. Owens, D. C. Moore, C. Stipe, C. Tazelaar, T. Coburn. D . Clem. E. Watson, R. Downs, L. Lehman, R. Danner, R. Huff, G. McArthur, E. W::tlden. J. Harrison , M. Showbar~er. Row 7-J. West. W. Black. B. Prince. D. Moore, D. Grant, E. Kiog, M. Shoemaker, E. Holman. B. Shrout, S. Freeburg, T. Birdwell, B. Seay, E. Rosbrugh , L. Barnes, B. Lakey, H. Herren ~ D. Dole.

GOSPEL TEAM Gospel Team serves to create a greater interest in personal evangelism and provides opportunities for Christian service by sending out groups and individuals to hold special meetings. Every week-end preachers and song evangelists hold services in various ch urches of our educational . zone. A committee works .in coordination with the Student Director of ReligiQtls A ctivities to schedule this work. The meetings each Thursday evening on the third floor of the Ed ucational U nit are among the most inspirational meetings on the campus. The services are not compul sory; students attend because they want to be where they can feel the presence of G od and enjoy freedom in the Spirit.

Row 1-G. Clifft, V. Shippv, R. Harrell, F . Eason , H . Sarras, B. Pinkston, W . Rogers, L. Carlisle, V. W ri f!ht, F. King, M. Parkhurst. Row 2-D. Beaver, M . Harper, T. Bouldin , M. Stover. G. Knoll, B. Barnett. R. Tucker, P. Hopkins, D. Peck, D. Moore, J. vVilliamson , S. Follis, D. Briggs. Row 3-D. Adams, L. Hillery, J. Mcinnis, W . Roper, R. Williams, J. Yoesel, S. W ard, E. Carothhs, Miss Bea rd, G . Bilyeu, A. Braswell, E. Transue. Row 4-W. Black, L. Gering, B. Little, D . C. Moore, H. Carlisle, D. Owens, R. Danner, B. Seay. E. W atson , L. Lehman. Row 5-M. Shoemaker, H . Grundy, B. Prince, D. Grant, D. Moore, E. King, R. Downs, S. Freeburg, B. Shrout, E. Holman. GOSPEL TEAM OFFICE RS D. C. Moore- Vice-President D. Moore-Secretary Miss Beard- Sponsor H. Carlisle-President

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1V11SSIONAR Y BAND Our M issionary Band is a group of men and women in search of diamonds- not diamonds in the earth , but diamonds far more precious, the souls of heathens. With the greatest tool that a miner might possess, the message of salvation, these young people are preparing themselves to go fo rth into the fields to find the undiscovered treasure and win it for Christ and ·heaven . Not only are the "called Missionaries" members of the band, but all who have a deep desire to promote missions and create a desire in others to do more to help, not our cause, but Christ's.

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M ISSIONARY BAND OFFICERS Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Miller- Sponsors A. Prness- Chaplin M. Miller-Treasurer H. Heap-Vice·President W . Hoff pauir-President ·

Row 1-L. Blanchard, G . Evans, J. Elkins, V. Hicks, E. Mewes, C . Behannon , L. Bouldin, V . Terry, M. Patton, R. Knippers, 0 . Cully, M. Martin, L. Flowers. Row 2- Z. Hagin . V. Moyer, N . Clegg, A. Preuss, J. Stowe, W . Rhodes, C . W ooden, W . Christensen, A. Scott, M . Hankins, L. Brown , F. Rhodes; M. Bradford, A. Cantrell, B. Powers, Mrs. Miller. Row 3- R. Miller, M. Paden , D. Davis, N . Alexander, M . Miller, F. Rosfield, E. Hogan, R. Middleton, W . Hoffpauir, E. Hanna, J. Moor, D. Peck, M . Lindsey, G . Bilyeu, F. Luther, L. Wiens, M . Smith. Row 4- T . Garber, B. Hammerstrom, f. Dickens, M . Maddux, R. Danner, V. T yler, E. Rosbrugh, J. Oppy, C . Harrell, F . Runyan, M . Snow· barger, R. Gray, Rev. Miller. Row 5- L. Barnes, D. Brandt, R. Hakes, H . Herren, M . Jamison, J. West, E. W alden, V . Ledbetter, H . Saycs, T. Cottam, H . Shippy, J. Clark. Row 6-M. Alsobrook, W. Harmon , D . Uerkvitz, B. Shrout, D. Dole, R. Bridges, H. Heap, K. Frankenfield, 0 . Perkinson, F. McCombs, G . Me· Arthur.

HARVEST OF SOULS The entire plan "Harvest of Souls" has a definite objective of a spiritual emphasis. Through th e combined efforts of the student body president and th e director of religious activities th e following plan was worked out : Phase I, setting our own house in order; II, the Church renaissance with a spiritual awakening of every member of the church and Sunday school ; Ill, a citywide revival. The pastors and harvesters are key men in the plan "Harvest of Souls." Their primary objectives are to serve every home in Bethany, to start cottage prayer meetings in individual homes, and to increase interest and attendan ce in all departments of the church and Sunday school. Each pastor and harvester ha s worked hard , and G od has bl essed in this effort . T o Him we give all of the gl ory and praise.

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Ruth Taylor Organist

Lester L. Dunn Director

Carroll Harville

Ramon Unruh Tenor

Mable Sonnevik Soprano

Wilbur Mansveld Baritone

Pianist

Row 1-0. Rhodes, E. Ladman, R. Brandon, R. Thoman, M. Sonnevik, M. Isaacs, B. K. Stearman , D. Beaver, V . Clem, V. Moyer, M. Henderson, B. Oyler. Row 2-P. Miller, C. Middleton , B. \Vassom, V . Wright, W. Sauer, G . Andrew, R. Unruh, W . Mansveld, P. Willwerth, S. Ward, M. L. Kelso, L. Bohannon, B. Lindley, A Brown, J. Beaver. Row 3-R. Patterson, G . Sutton, A. Cozby, N. Watson, B. Kifer, R. H . Isaacs, J. Middleton, E. Wassom, W . Miller, R. Campbell, C. Jones, L. Hillery, J. Gardner, J. Garsee, B. Miller, D. Sayes, T. Coleman. Row 4-B . Cox, E. Carothers, M. Bernstorf, L. Bell, C. Behannon, J. Babcock, Bill Garber, T. Garber, I. Search, Don Beaver, B. Bohannon, D. Uerkvitz, P. Williamson, W . Brannon, H . Knippers, T . Mullins, F. Archer, F. Bockman, E. Brink, G. Burns, P. Campbell. Row 5-V. Kee, J. Huff, B. Hites, D. Goodson, M. Evans, B. Dyer, L. Mason, J. Pincomb, J• Knight, H . Williams, \ V. Coleman, M. Snowbarger, C. Tazelaar, M. Bates, K. Bryant, V. Commons, 0. Culley, S. Follis, J. Haley, .N. Harris, J. Carothers. Row 6-D. Nelson, M . Milburn , M. Murray, R. ·Lovelace, H. Lewis, J. Landtroop, G . Fry, F. Davis, R . Huff, E. Cypert, C. Kruse, D. Brown, C . Craig, R. Hodges, H. Lester, J. T. Meador, D. Moore, P. Hopkins, B. Jones, M. Manners, E. Hoover, G. Elam. Row 7-W. Rogers, M. Yeckley, W . Rhodes, W. Redman, B. Garber, B. Lakey, K. Pagan, M . Shoemaker, E. Walden, F. Berkhart, R. Norsworthy, B. Prince, H. Shippy, R. Wilson, L. Posey, V . Nichols, V. Williams, L. Schaner, R. Tucker, H. Stover, R. Rowe, F. Rhodes.

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Row 1-N. Snyder, G. \Vatt, R. Thoman, V . Hoag, M. Issacs, D . Beaver, V. Clem, B. Miller, M . Johnson. Row 2-V. Wright, E. Ladman, R. Brandon, B. Wassom, W. Sauer, S. Ward, V . Moyer, M. Kelso, L. Bohannon, M . Henderson . Row 3- B. Garber, L. Mason, R. Issacs, B. Bohannon, J. Carter, C. Jones, R. Campbell, J. Garsee, G. Brown, P. Willw.erth. Row 4-J. Stevens, G. Andrews, J. Middleton, E. Wassom, L. Taylor, W . Miller, E. Holman, E . Transue, L. Hillery.

Year after year the A Cappella Choir has succeeded in attaining a high level of performance in a repertoire ranging widely from negro spirituals and familiar hymns to difficult classical and modern compositions. Its membership is selective; its singing always of high quality. To become a member of the organization is therefore a coveted .honor, and to have the choir present in a church service is invariably an inducement to large attendance. Its singing is highly enjoyed by the local congregation in Bethany, and its tour over a section of the school zone is an event to which pastors and churches look forward eagerly for weeks in advance. The A Cappella Choir does more than just sing with finesse; the deeply spiritual students who make up its membership have been trained by Professor L. L. Dunn, their director, to interpret music in a sl?jrit of worship to God. Their singing is none the less refined because it is singing in the spirit.

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1-B. Whitley, 0 . Culley, 0. Rhodes, D. Nelson, W. Rogers, M. Hoffman. 2-M. Prough , accompanist; M. Simmons, M. Duke, W. Christensen , M. Chrane, P. Yarbrough , '"路 Redman, M. 3-Miss Chaffee, N. Alexander, B. ' Vallace, B. Dyer, B. ' Villiams, G . Knoll, M. Milburn , A. Lamb. 4-M. Bernstorf, P. ~ee , H . Lewis, R. Lovelace, F. Archer, E. Carothers, B. Hites.

TREBLE CHORUS Treble Chorus is an all-girl choir under the direction of Miss Vivian Chaffee. It occupies the choir in the Bethany Church one Sunday night a month . The Treble Chorus also sings in neighboring churches on special occasions, in the annual concert of the three choral groups, on chapel programs, and for other enjoyable entertainments .

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Row 1-Mr. Unruh, D. Uerkvitz, accompanist. Row 2-T. Garber, V. Nichols, D . Moore, T. Douglas, G. Chambers. Row 3-D. Cornwell, E. Cypert, P. Williamson, D. Brown , I. Beals, K. Pagan.

MEN'S CHOJR Men's Choir under the able direction of Professor Ramon Unruh enjoyed singing a variety of songs at various church gatherings and in the college chapel. Plans are under way for the choir to represent the college in surrounding churches . Many choir members use the knowledge and experience gained in this organization as a stepping-stone toward qualifying for the A Cappella.

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ORCHESTRA The band and orchestra have added much to the spirit of school life by their stirring marches and novelty selections at athletic contests, outdoor recitals, ensembles, programs, and a spring concert. Achievements of the conductor and players have brought recognition to the college off the campus. At the Second Annual Intercollegiate Band Festival held in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Paul Willwerth, William Bohannan, Jacob Flick, James Middleton, Oliver Baldwin, Merle Jamison, and Richard Campbell were ranked by visiting conductors as excellent. Virginia Hoag placed first in violin in a district contest of the National Federation of Music Clubs of Student Musicians held in Dallas, Texas. MR. ALBERT FITZGERREL Conductor

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Row 路1- W . Flick, J. Middleton, B. Powers, B. Porter, D . Brown , Mr. Fitz~errel, H. Hea p, R. T ucker, E. Wassom. Row 2-J . Carothers, V. Terry, E. Caroth ers, M. Jamison, 0 . Baldwin , B. Ga rber, B: Accord, M. Shoemaker, E. Ladman, B. Hites. Row 3-T. Mullins, L. Flowers, B. Allison, P. Willwerth, b . Bohannan, W. Brannon, K. Bryant, C. C raig, R. Campbell.

BAND Professor Albert Fitzgerrel was one of the guest conductors of the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Band. He served as chairman of the forum "Orchestral Instruments" which was a part of the Oklahoma Music Teachers Association Convention in Oklahoma City. He also was a judge for the Southwestern District Band Festival in Weatherford, Oklahoma. The orchestra has been featuring a new program this year called "Orchestral Vespers ." The music for this program was arranged for the orchestra by Professor Fitzgerrel and Mr. Flick; Mrs. Lundy compiled the scrip. The program was built on the theme of "God Leads" and presented a challenge to those who truly strive to be Christians. MR. WILLIS FLICK Asst. Conductor

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BETIIANY-PENIEL COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS presents in DEGREE RECITALS PAUL DwiGHT FRANKLIN _____ ____ Speech The Life of the Apostle Paul JAcK BARHAM HARRISON ____ _____ Speech Shapespeare's " Macbeth" VIRGINIA LYNN lloAG _____ __ ___ Violinist Bruch's Concerto in G Minor LoRA LEE KNIPPERS ------ ~ -- --- Speecl1 " Papa Was A Preacher" MABLE BALL SoNNEVIK ______ ___Soprano Rossini's "Una voce poco fa" (Cavatina from the opera "II Barbiere eli Siviglia") Fine Arts Auditorium

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Marietta Willsey, Certificate Pianist

Virginia Lee Clem, Certi'ficate Pianist

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Travis Mullins, Assisting Pianist

Lavonia Bohannan, Certificate Pianist

Marlene Briscoe, Certificate Violinist

Wen dell Miller, Assisting Baritone

Norma Jean Snyder, Certificate Soprano

James Middleton, Certificate Tenor

Sara Frances Ward, Junior Pianist

Maxine Prough, Certificate Pianist

R. H. Issacs, Assisting Tenor

Mildred Parkhurst, Assisting Reader

Geron Brown, Assisting Baritone

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Every Student a Christian.

Each Christian privately praying fifteen minutes daily for the revival.

Each Chr istian helping another person to Christ.

E ach Christian attending every service.

Each Cbristia!l growing in grace.

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SINr-E 1921 - ABBREVIATED ANNALS • 1921 name Bethany-Peniel College adopted • 1922 state accredits junior college • 1923 "The Arrow" succeeds " Bethanian" • 1924 newspaper called " Bethany-Peniel CoUege Journal" begins • 1925 V"'BPC" official college song • 1926 scholastic re-organization o 1927

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discontinued • 19 32 financial program to buck depression • 19 33 enrolment swings upward again despite depression • 19 34 building era begun; Aycock Lectures founded • ...(9 35 intercollegiate forensic honors; 'Men's B Club organized; first Jamboree • 1936 new peak: over four hundred students • ...., 937 a cappella choir organized; degrees in public school music and in speech; first ,Women's B Club • 1938 local honor society founded ; "Who's Who" comes to campus

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~ 941 home economics added; student constitution adopted

"" 194 2 summer session established; "commercial subjects introduced ~ 194 3 dean of liberal arts added; Vfoday" founded; -Drag On Inn originated • ..1 944 campus indebtedness paid off;.-teacher-placement reorganized • Yl 94 5 degrees in business and in instrumental public school music offered; first participation in North Central Association studies • / 1946 new degrees in church music, in religion, in pipe organ; miracles in housing post-war enrolment • 194 7 field representative employed; art instruction given; sciences expanded; personnel and testing services revamped • 1948 art degree added; faculty retirement insurance; over nine hundred enrolled • 1949 re-organization follows administrative analysis; " Harvest of Souls" •

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VICE-PREs , - t PRESIDENT - AND MRs_ B M AND MRs M - - HALL - ARKMooRE

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SIN CE 1921- SECRETARY'S JOURNAL In my office there is a journal with a worn brown cover and yellowed pages. Inside are the minutes of all alumni meetings since 1921. A leisurely perusal reveals some interesting facts. In the precise handwriting of Mrs. A. K. Bracken there is an account of the union of th e alumni of Peniel and Oklahoma Nazarene College, dated 1921. C. A. McConnell was the first president of the new organization; he was succeeded by James B. Chapman. The brief minutes for 1932 are written in a sophisticated back-

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hand, signed by Lois Chapman. L. M. May recorded the minutes for the next three years, followed by J. E. Moore in 1925. C . Olan Moore and Ola White served as secretaries from ' 26 to '30 . Then the minutes for the next four :years are signed by Essie Ridings; however, she added Norsworthy to her name during the last of these years. R. E. Gilmore, Paul Haag, and James Garner served as presidents during that period. From '3 5 to '38 the minutes are given in the various scripts of Mrs. Paul Haag, Mrs. L. T. Corlett, and Vernal Dodds. Since '39 they have been signed by the present secretary, with Mendell Taylor, V . H. Lewis, B. M. Hall, Vernon Snowbarger, and Mark Moore

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J. W. ELLIS ___ ____ ____________ _____ __ __ President HAROLD MORGAN 路-- ------------Vice-President VIRGINIA HOAG ________ __ _______ _____ _Secretary J. W. CLARK __ _ . ___ __ _________ Religious Director MR. DUNN __ ____ _____ _________________ _Sponsor JACK ARMOLD ______ ___ ____ Reveille Echo Editor MERVEL LUNN ________ __________ Arrow Editor BERNARD LOREITE ________________ Senior Rep. CARL KRUSE ------ --- - - - ----------Junior Rep. MARVIN SNOWBARGER _______ Sohpomore Rep. RALPH CASEY ___ ___ _________ _____ Freshman Rep.

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The Student Council is the executive body of the Associated Students of Bethany-Peniel College. It operates in two hemispheres: to and from the college administration, and to and from the associated students. Loyalty to the standards, traditions, and regulations of the college, the development of personal responsibility, and holiness of life-these are its major aims. " Harvest of Souls'' was chosen by the council as its theme commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Bethany-Peniel College. This theme has permeated the thought and work of the council, and has been the instrument of many spiritual victories. To Him be the praise, the honor, and the glory.

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Assignments Monday evening in staff meeting ... deadline 5:00p.m. Wednesday ... clicking of typewriters until 4:59 p.m. - and after . .. headlining . .. n1ake-up . . . frequent trips to the printers until the stack of Echoes arrives at the Drag or the staff room .. . interesting reading for the next hour this is the Reveille Echo. Publishing the news and student views of BethanyPeniel College was expressed at the beginning of the school year as the resolution of the Reveille Echo. This objective has certainly been accomplished through the capability of the editor, Jack Armold,

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and his associate, Helen Sarras. Activities of the staff consisted in attending the Oklahoma Senior College Press Association meeting at Okmulgee, having a Christmas party, and sponsoring the third annual Reveille Echo Basketball Tournament, which was thought by many to be the most spirited event thus far exhibited on the campus. The entire staff worked cooperatively to present a grand anniversary year Reveille Echo.

JACK HARRISON AND H ENRY CROSS Business Managers '

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HELEN SARRAS ' Associate Editor

Editor ___________________________ Jack D . Armold Business Manager 1st sem ______________ Henry Cross Business Manager 2nd sem. __________ Jack B. Harrison Associate Editor ---------------------- Helen Sarras News Editor ------------------------ Ernest Walden Fine Arts Editor----- --- ------------ Travis Mullins Society Editor -------------- -- -------- Doris Beaver Religion Editor ----------------------- Don Moore Religion Writers_ _______ _Lora Lee Knippers, Jack Lee Sports Editors _________ Phillip Williams, Velma Reed Sports Reporters------------ Ira Search, Darrel Moore Feature Editor ----------------------Jean Anderson Feature Writers -------- Raymond Harvey, Betty Jones, Earl Transue, Cilley Bill Hudson, Reporters: Ruth Knippers, Marjean House,Marvin Jeanean Gillham, Marie Knight, Ola Fern Eason, DeJuana Hale, John Knight, Wilma Christensen, Winnie Oakes, EJ Vera Overholt, Tom Garber, Marvin Snowbarger, Wendell Sharpton. . Colunmists ------------------- f. W. Ellis, Joe Clark Photographer -------------------------Gene Post Circulation Manager _______________ Wesley Harmon Staff Artist ---------------------- Wanda Morrisett Staff Typist --- - ------------------June Williamson Faculty Sponsor ____________ Dr. Anna B. Laughbaum

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PHILIP WILLIAMS, Business Manager

To the casual observer any member of the Arrow Staff (editor included) might appear as a fine, upright, young student, sober, sane, and serious. But if perchance the casual observer ever got a glimpse of one of the afore mentioned staff members in his native setting (the Arrow Staff room) he might possibly change his views. Just picture a dark basement room cluttered with Arrows from 49 years back and a heap of people climbing over each other muttering softly, submissively, to themselves. One stern figure looms over all shouting "deadline" at frequent intervals. In spite of the slave-driver, the 1949 Arrow has made remarkable progress during these

MERVEL LUNN, Editor; JOHN WEST, Make Up Editor

Seated: M . House, M. Henderson, P. Willwerth, C . Kruse. Standing : B. Lakey, L. Knippers, P . Franklin, J. Harrison.

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STAFF last spring months because of the beautiful, cooperative spirit of the staff. Each of them, without exception, prefers the dark, damp little room to the horrid old out-of-doors. \Vhat does it matter that everyone else is out on . a picnic? \Vho cares if somebody's narrow-minded roommate got up a gang to go bicycling? All some people think about on gorgeous spring days is soaking up the sunshine.

DORIS BEAVER, Assistant Editor MR. DOBSON, Sponsor

However, in our little center of culture a scholarly few remain to uphold its dignity. They have spurned pleasure, turned their backs on foll y, and cut classes to bring you your 1949 Arrow.

FRED VAUGHAN, Photographer PAUL FRANKLIN, Associate Editor

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HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Mr. Garner _____________________ Sponsor Carl Kruse ____________________ President Mary Miller ___________________ Secretary Marvin Snowbarger ___ ______ Vice-President

Row Row Row Row

1-B. Miller, V. Clem, V. Stewart, D. Nelson. 2-N. Snyder, R. Miller, N. Alexander, B. Dyer, M . Miller, M. Dimond, B. Whitley, L. Clegg, N. Brown, J. Anderson. 3-M. Snowbarger, F . Runyan, J. Garsee, B. Lakey, G. McArthur, J. Middleton, E. Walden, D. Wilson, M. Davonport. 4-D. Clem, B. Lorette, R. Campbell, C. Kruse, W. Baker, K. Frey, L. Taylor, B. Bohannan, G . Mullins.

Phi Delta Lambda is the national honor society operating in our Nazarene Colleges. A grade-point average of 2.5 for two semesters is required for membership in the local associate chapter. If upon graduation from college a student has maintained a 2.4 grade-point average, he is eligible for permanent membership. The society was fortunate to have had Dr. James Garner as its sponsor this year. He was one of the men responsible for organizing the Phi Delta Lambda at the General Assembly in 1940. In addition to holding regular monthly meetings, the chapter presented the new members in chapel and closed the year's activities with a banqtiet.

FUTURE TEACHERS of AMERICA OFFICERS Dale Mizell ---------------Vice-President Paul Hendrix __ __ __ ___ ________ _Librarian Robert Allison _______________ __ President Miss Peterson ___________________ Sponsor Grace Ohsfeldt __ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ _Secretary

Row Row Row Row

1- J. Robin son, W. Morrisett, F. King, A. Cozby, D. Beaver, M. Stover, L. Schauer, M. Rose, D. Nelson. 2- K. Taylor, M. Hale, B. Dyer, L. Rowlett, C. Wooden , B. George, A. Bowman, M. Rowlett, I. Haley. 3- R. Allison, T. Garber, J. West, F. Davis, T. Mullins, C. Lawson. 4-P . Hendrix, V. McGill, B. Cozby, D. Uerkzitz, J. Pincomb, E. Rosebrugh, A. Braswell.

Your little brother Johnny is in the second grade. He is perfectly bright, but for some reason he would rathe; tie two kitties' tails togeth er than to learn to spell "cat." He is quite a problem, but the FT A has the solution. Teacher should guide Johnny's interest in cats (which has already been wrongly stimulated) into the right channels. Johnny can be made to see how pretty Kitty's grey-and-white splotched fur is and to love to listen to the music of her hoarse purr. On our campus we have the John R. Matt Chapter of Future Teachers of America. Its purposes are to promote culture and uphold the dignity of the teaching profession. After active participation in this club, teachers are better prepared to take their places in the profession as living examples of "Character, Culture, Christ."

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SPEECH CLUB OFFICERS Mr. Emmel ___ ___ ________ ___ ___Sponsor Jeannean Gillham __ __ ___________ Secretary Doris Beaver __________________ _President Lora Lee Knippers --------------Treasurer Paul Franklin ------ - ------Vice-President

Row 1-P. Hopkins, D. Beaver, M. Dimond, B. Barrett, A. Bowman , L. Knippers, M. Parkhurst. Row 2-I. Search, C. Wretling, P. Franklin, F. Davis, J. Harrison, J. Armold, Mr. Emmel.

The Epsilon Gama Sigma was organized in 1947, for the purpose of furthering the department of speech. With the cooperation of the members of the speech faculty, the students interested in the project drew up a charter and formed a constitution . Restricted to speech majors and minors and persons especially interested in the Fine Arts, the organization aims to cultivate in each member a mental and physical poise to prepare himself for practical life situations. It strives to create in the minds of others an appreciation for interpretative art and the beauty of everyday language.

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DORM COUNCIL OFFICERS Mr. Shannon ___________________ Sponsor Ruth Ma ney -- - -- - -- ----- - -- --Treasurer Adeline Pruess _____________ ____ Secretary Glenn McArthur ___ ___ __ _____ __President

Row 1-V. Wright, R. Knippers, G . Watts, A. Preuss, R. Rowe. Row 2-R. Hodges, W. Sugg, G . Watt, D. Moore, P. Hopkins, G . McArthur. Row 3-E. Walden, B. Kifer, D. Owens, D. Clem, E. Holman, J. Diffee.

The Dorm Council is composed of the officers of each dormitory. Its purpose is to see that the students are congenial and are living happily in their respective dormitories. This year's Council has been under the capable leadership of Glenn McArthur. The Council works in cooperation with the Student Council and the Dean of Student Life. A Christmas party was given by the two councils and was a big success. The proceeds were sent to Rev. E. E . Hale, president of the Nazarene Negro Institute in West Virginia. The Council wants to thank the students for cooperating with. them and making dormitory life more enjoyable.

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB O FFICERS Charles Bennett --------- ---Vice-President Mr. Garner _______ ____________ __ Sponsor Wendell Sharpton ______________ President Hallie Smith ___ ___________ _____ Secretary John West ___ _________ Publicity Chairman

Row 1- T . Garber, H . Smith, J. McClung, G. Bilyeu, E . Ladman, R. Casey. Row 2-D. Brandt, \ V. Sharpton , C. Vance, M. Bates, W. Gatlin, E. Watson .

Under the leadership of Dr. James Garner the local International Relations Club was organized at the beginning of the school year. The club is a member of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, an organization represented in all the states of the union and in more than sixty other countries of the world. At each regular meeting an interesting program is given to promote the cause of peace and prosperity, cooperation, and better understanding among nations. The local club was represented in the annual meeting in Stillwater, Oklahoma. for the region embracing Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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FRENCH CLUB OFFICE RS Edsel Ilol man _____________ Vice-President Rnth Miller ------------------ - T reasurer Miss Beard _____________________ Sponsor Andrey Farr _____________________ Secretary Charl es Langford _______________ President

Row l-N. Snyder, Miss Beard, A. Farr. Row 2-F. King, B. Langford, M . Miller. Row 3-J . Middleton, E . Wassom , E. Holman , J. Pincomb, C . Langford .

The French Club was organized during the present school year for the purpose of increasing interest in the French language, the French people, and the study of languages in general. The Club is open to all students having credit in French or currently enrolled in the subject, and is sponsored by Miss Vada Lee Beard . Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month and are conducted partly in French . The Club is purchasing a set of French phonograph records to aid them in pronunciation and is also encouraging correspondence between Club members and French-speaking people abroad. A French play given by the gtoup in chapel has contributed to the success of the organization in its first year.

BIOLOGY CLUB OFFICERS Mr. Lawrence ___ ______ ___ ____ __ Sponsor Loretta Clegg -------------- -- - -Treasurer Winifred Oakes ________ Publicity Chairman Herbert Scott ___________ ____ ___ President Helen Edwards __________ _______ Secretary Don Newcomb ______ _____ _Vice-President

Row 1-V. Moyer, M. Halford, B. Whitley, H. Edwards, L. Clegg, L. Brown, M. Hankins, W. Oakes. Row 2-M. Snowbarger, D . Pool, B. Smith, H . Eason, J. Staton, F. Oakes. Row 3-H . Scott, D . Newcomb, A. Braswell, Mr. Lawrence, R. Bridges, L. Silvey, C. Williamson.

The Beta Sigma Lambda Club, better known to the students as the Biology Club, organized at the college this year with twenty-eight charter members. This organization is affiliated with the Oklahoma Academy of Science. Its members include Pre-medical and Pre-nursing students as well as those majoring or minoring in biology. In regular meetings, held twice a month, the members work on projects, such as taxidermy, chart making, preparing model skeletons, constructing model animals, and making acquariums. They also see educational films and hear authoritative speakers on subjects pertaining to their interests. With a party the first semester, a picnic this spring, an ali-day field trip, and an open house during commencement to display the work of the biology department and of the Club, there are evidences of a great future for this new member of the campus organizations.

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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS Elva Ellen Overholt ------------Treasurer Doroth y Pitts ______ ____________ Secretary Mildrene Hale ___ ____ __________ President Mrs. Carlson _______ __ ________ ___ Sponsor

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1-V. Hillery, N. T aylor, M. Allison, Mrs. Carlson, B. Barnett, D. Nelson. 2-G. Scofield, K. Taylor, W. Spenser, P. Jameson, J. Carothers, B. Jones, N. Harris, A. Spinks. 3-D. Mizell, M. Rose, M. Hale, L. Schauer, D. Pitts, E. Overholt, J. Reed. 4-D. Myers, J. Moor, G. Watt, B. Wassom , L. Rowlett, J. Bessire, M. House.

A touch of culture, in its practical form , is added t o the campus atmosphere of erudition by the Home Economics Club. The membership is open to students who are interested in developing a greater interest, in Home Economics from either a practical or a professional standpoint and in gaining the fellowship of individuals of siinilar interests . The activities of this group include several meetings a semester at which some special phase of Home Economics is developed and demonstrated . In addition to this, the group finds time for refreshments, recreation, and camaraderie. Recently the group adopted the project of redecorating the home economics dining room, doing the work themselves.

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There is always an exciting girls' athletic program on the campus of Bethany-Peniel College. This has been especially true during the 1948-49 school .term. In the fall of the year, the sports activities began with softball. After many enthusiastic games, the sophomores came out with an over-whelming victory over the other classes. All of the teams, however, showed marked sportsmanship and cooperation as they did in every sports event. Next in line was basketball, the most thrilling sport activity of the year. Following many interesting and hard-fought games, the seniors came out undefeated in the fi nal bout of the tournament . Other activities of the year were volleyball, tennis, ping-pong, and, the last event, track, in which even the loser came up as a full-fledged B.P .C. Redskin.

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N. Alexander, J. Robinson, Mrs. Wade, M. Evans. OFFICERS B. Coppock-Secretary, V. Reed-Vice-President, Mrs. Wade-Sponsor, \V . Baker-President.

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MEN'S Although Bethany-Peniel College does not participate in inter-collegiate sports, great stress is laid on physical development. Much com petition is afforded between classes in baseball, football , basketball , and track. Starting with softball in the fall and winding up with track in the spring, the athletic events continue with never a dull moment through the school year. Tepnis, ping-pong, and horseshoes provide opportunities fo r individual participation. Keen competition is encountered in these fields . Letters are awarded to athletes showing outstanding ability. This encourages good sportsmanship and better performance. Those receiving a Jetter in one of the sports are eligible for membership in the B-Clubs.

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Abernathy, Texas ___________________ 212

Lincoln First _____ _____ __ ____ _____ __ 215

Abilene District ____________________ 213

Little Rock First __ _____ ___ ___ __ ___ __ 240

Ada, Oklahoma ______ _______________ 214

Louisiana District ______ ____________ _ 224

Amarillo First ______________________ 215 Arkansas District ________________ ____ 216 Atlanta, Texas ______ __ __________ ____ 217 Austin First ________________________ 218

Muskogee First ___ ___________ _______ 241 Nebraska District ____________ ______ _ 231 Nebraska District NYPS ____________ __ 218

Bethany East Side ___________________ 214 Bethany First ______________________ 219 Bethany-Peniel College ___________ ____ 220 Blanchard, Oklahoma ________________ 223 Borger, Texas _____________ ______ ___ 222

Newton, Kansas __ __________________ 236 New Orleans Central _________ _______ 222 Norman , Oklahoma _________________ 242 Northwest Oklahoma District ______ 244-245

Acme Potato Chips _______ __ _____ ___ 254 American Typewriters __ ___ ______ ____ 2 55 Atlee Dairy -------------- - ----- - --- 254 B. & H. Mercantile __________________ 256 Bethany First National Bank __________ 25 7 Bethany Flower Shop ________________ 258 Bethany Plumbing & Appliance ____ ____ 256 Book Shoppe, The __________________ 259 Brown-McClure Lumber Co. __________ 260 Campus Footwear __ ________________ 261 Cherry's Hamburgers ___________ _____ 262 College Cleaners _________ ___________ 263 Cowan Printing __________ ______ ____ 264 College Shoe Shop _____________ __ ___ 262 Colonial Bread _____________________ 254

Campus路 Religious Organizations _______ 221 Carthage First __ ___ _____________ ____ 224

Oklahoma City Capitol Hill ________ ___ 227 Oklahoma City First _________________ 243

Dr. Macrory __________________ __ ___ 265 Dr. Shadid ____ ___________ _____ __ ___ 265

Cisco, Texas _________________ ______ 217

Oklahoma City Penn. Ave. ______ _____ 246

F rank Variety Store ________ __________ 266

Oklahoma City Southside _____ ____ ___ 22 7

Hal Owen, Photographer ___ __________ 267 Herman's Eat Shop ______________ ____ 263 H . Mendall Smith _________ _____ _____ 264 Holmes Drugs _________________ _____ 261

Corpus Christi First _________________ 22 5 Dallas District ______________________ 226

Oklahoma City Trinity ______ _________ 242

Dallas Trinity ______________________ 224

Omaha, Nebraska ____ ___ ____________ 215

Denison, Texas ____________________ _ 214 Ponca City First __ __________________ 246

J. &

Publishing House, The Nazarene ______ 247

Kraker's Dept. Store _________________ 261

Fort Worth North 路______ ____________ 225

San Antonio District _______ _____ ____ _ 248

Launderette, The ____________________ 262 Lillenas Music Co. _____________ ___ __ 262

Frederick, Oklahoma ________________ 229

San Antonio District NYPS ___ ________ 248

Eastern Oklahoma District ____________ 228 Fort Worth First ___________________ 227

Galena Park _______________________ 215 Guymon, Oklahoma __ _______________ 230

San Benito, Texas ______ __ ____ _______ 249 Southwest Oklahoma District ___ __ _____ 250

M . Cleaners ______________ ______ 260

Oklahoma Natural Gas ______________ 264 Oklahoma Photo Supply Co. ___ _______ 255 Owens' Furniture ------------------- 2.68

Shawnee, Oklahoma _____ ____________ 22 5

Paul H oag Insurance Agency ____ ___ ___ 265 Payne's Adv. & Book Co. _____________ 266

Henryetta, Oklahoma _______ ______ ___ 232

Temple, Texas ____ ______ _____ ____ ___ 249

Reveille Echo, The ________ _________ _ 269

Hooker, Oklahoma ----------------- - 233 Hou'Ston District ___________ ______ ___ 234

T opeka, Kansas ------- - ------~------ 225

Houston First _____ ________ _____ ____ 235

West Helena, Arkansas _______ __ _____ 214

Smith & Street, Barbers ____ __________ 263 Southwestern Stationery & Bank _______ 271 Stewart's Paint Store _________ ___ __ __ 261

Hutchinson First ____________________ 236

West Tulsa ____________ ____________ 251

Kansas District __ __________ ________ _237

Wichita Beulah _______________ _____ _ 233

Kansas City Central ___ __________ __ __ 222

Wichita First ----- - ---- - ----------~ 235

Kansas City District _____________ ____ 238

\Voodward, Oklahoma ___________ ____ 229

Wehrenberg Drugs ___ ____ ___ ______ __ 270 \ Vestern Auto Associate Store _________ 256

Yukon, Oklahoma ___________________ 223

Yukon First National Bank _________ ___ 266

Hastings, Nebraska ____ __________ ____ 231

Kansas City District NYPS ___________ 223 Kansas City First _______ ______________ 239

T . G. & Y. Stores ___________________ 256 Times-Journal ______ __ ____ ___ _______ 2 55 Up-To-Date Cleaners ________________ 25 5 Union Bus D epot ____ _______________ 270

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Congratulations and

Best Wishes on your

50TH ANNIVERSARY From

"A Chttrch that believes in you" ABERNATHY, TEXAS

212

District Superintendent W . B. Walker, Rev. C . "Stowe, and Rev. D . M . Duke with Students, Present and Prospective.

ABILENE DISTRICT Sound in Doctrine - Sane in Appeal Evangelistic in Emphasis - Constructive in Character

W. B. WALKER Dist. ~upt.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1949 AND BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE ON ITS

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY

DISTRICT OFFICERS 0 . V. McMAHON, Secretary-Treasurer LUTHER CANTWELL, Church School Board Chairman D. M. DUKE, N.Y.P.S. President MRS . W . R. McCLURE, W.F.M.S. President MRS. CARL ELLIS, Junior Director

213

BETHANY EAST SIDE ~~~ cHURCH 0 F THE

N 9i

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9i

R E N

E

Rev. and Mrs. Frank McConnell Rev. L. H. Dickerson, Pastor

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

A Spiritual Program by a Church That Is Growing

311 North Oak Avenue

ADA, OKLAHOMA

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49

CHURCH of the Pastor, H. F. CREWS

NAZARENE

CHUHCH of the NAZAHENE 231 West Texas St.

WEST HEL ENA ARKANSAS

DENISON, TEXAS

REV. M . T. CH INN, Pastor

" \VE MAKE YOU FEEL WELCOME"

214

Galena PaPk ChuPch of the NazaPene

Congratulations to \'-' 路 BETHANY-PENIEL

Extends Congratulations B. P. C. faculty and Students of 1949

CENTRAL CHURCH of the

NAZARENE *

41st and Charles St. Omaha 3, Nebraska F. W. BARTHOLOMEW, Minister

2016 First Street GALENA PARK, TEXAS

*

EUGEN E W. M OORE Pastor

"Tile Singing Pastor Of Tile South"

A FRIENDLY CHURCH

CONGRATU LATIONS TO OUR STUDENTS

In T he Heart Of A

GREAT STATE

First Church of the Nazaren e 33rd & C Sts., Lincoln, Nebr. WM. E. THOMPSON, Pastor A Christian Educa tion Pays Rich Dividends!

First Church of the Nazarene Amarillo, Texas R EV.

J.

F. HAMM Pastor

21 5

Greetings and Congratulations Class of '49 from the

ARKANSAS DISTRICT "The Arkansas District is whole heartedly supporting Bethany-Peniel College in their promotion of the old fashion Holiness Program." W . H. Johnson, Dist. Supt.

Rev. J. W . Hendrickson

Dist. S. S. Chairman

Rev. Boyd Hancock

Dist. N.Y.P.S. President

Mrs. Noble

H~milton

Dist. W .F .M.S . President

Mrs. Ruby Holland

Dist. Secretary

Rev. G . E. Hawkins

Dist. Treasurer REV. and MRS. W . H. JOHNSON

N.

P. Y.

REV. BOYD HANCOCK District Pres.

OUR STUDENTS ARE THE BEST 216

S.

Church of the Nazarene West Seventh and Avenue F.

CISCO, TEXAS

CECI L STOWE . .. PASTOR

Our 131{](9 Students Billy Rex Thomas and Jo-Ann Stowe

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of 1949 FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE "Atlanta's Evangelistic Center"

ATLANTA, TEXAS

MRS. DEE BLUE, Junior Supervisor

MRS. JOHN THOMPSON, Hi-N-Y Sponsor

MR. PAUL BURSON, President N .Y.P .S. REV. PAUL J. STEWART Pastor

We Are For BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE'S

Program 100% 217

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of 1949 From The

AUSTI N FIRST CHURCH J. E.

MOORE,

JR.

"In The Heart Of Texas"

Pastor

''God will lead Bethany-Peniel for another 50 years"

87 SAN MARCUS ST.

AUSTIN, TEXAS

NEBRASKA DISTRICT N.Y. P. S. * * *

* **

JUSTLY APPRECIATES BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE AND EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS ON THIS 50TH ANNIVERSARY. ASSISTS IN RAIS ING THE EDUCATIONAL BUDGET. URGES YOUTH TO ATTEND THE COLLEGE WHERE CHARACTER, CULTURE, CHRIST ARE EMPHASIZED WITI-IOUT LOSS OF VITALS IN LIFE. PLANS FOR A MOTORCADE TO BETHANY IN NOVEMBER OF '49 WITH GROCERIES AND EDUCATIONAL BUDGET CHECK IN FULL FOR THE YEAR. WATCH NEBRASKA.

WINSTON R. KETCHUM District President

218

PURPOSE OF THE CHURCH"To serve the permanent and temporary residents of BETHANY."

Church Choir

PURPOSE OF THE STAFF-

Ruth Taylor

"To live exemplary lives

at

and lead others to

The Organ

CHRIST."

On the Platform-Prof. Lester Dunn, Minister of Music; Mrs. C. B. Strang, W.F.M.S. President; Dr. C. B. Strang, Pastor; Jack H. Lee, Director of Religious Education; Wilson Baker, N.Y.P .S. President.

PURPOSE OF THE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES"To teach the truth of the BIBLE and to train for consistent CHRISTIAN LIVING."

EDUCATIONAL BUILDING

219

fiJelltanJ/

=

f!/Jeniel Cfi'ollege

HALF CENTURY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE

U

Culture

Bresee Hall- The center of activity for the colleqe 220

ST.UDENT RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

Preaching and singing,

This is a tgpical scene at a stude~t reliv-ious rallg

22

Corner Second & \ Vca th crly Sts.

AMOS R. rvfEADOR, Pastor

BORGER, TEXAS

We ..Are Boosters

8 ongratulations ()n

For

[}olden

1Bethany 1Peniel C9ollege

..Anniversary

STUDENT J. T. MEADOR

STUDENT J. C. RAKES

When In---

KANSAS CITY, KANSAS WORSHIP

WITH

Compliments

of

us

Qiruind 速~u r.c4 of i ~c ~a;;arcnc 3606 Magazine Street

NEW

ORLEA~S ,

LA.

CENTRAL CHURCH TENTH

of

the

AND

NAZARENE PACIFIC

Allen B. Miller, Pastor

222

Thomas B. Osteen, Pastor

BEST WISHES to

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE on

FIFTY YEARS of

Church of the Nazarene

Christian Service

BLANCHARD, OKLA.

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT "Greetings To B.P.C. On Its Golden Anniversary"

N.Y. P. S.

Dean Baldwin Pastor

''Invitation of the Chimes"

Church Sponsors: Radio Program (KLPR, 2:45P.M. Sunday)

*

Gospel Team

* Christian Service Training * Bus Transportation

"With Best Wishes"

YUKON, OKLAHOMA Rev. Otto C. Perry Pastor

Clint Coats S.S.Supt.

223

LOUISIANA DISTRICT MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Rev. & Mrs. Curtis Smith

*G. M. Akin * W. 0 . Fisher Mrs. Elbert Dodd W.F.M.S. Pres. Rev. B. M. Loftin District N.Y.P.S. Pres. Rev. V. D. Perryman Chairman, Church School Board

TRINITY CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Elbert Dodd, Superintendent

DALLAS, TEXAS

CONGRATULATIONS TO B.P.C. For 50 years of service, and to the CLASS OF "1949. May God bless you, guide you and make you a blessing to the whole world is our prayer.

Congratulations Class of '49 from the

First Church of the Nazarene CHESTNUT AT GRANT

CART HAGE, M ISSOURI

The staff of the "Precious Promise Program" sponsored by our church and heard each Sunday at 8:30 from KDMO 1490.

A Spiritual and Evangelistic Church in a Beautiful, Growing city.

ROSS W. HAYSLIP Minister

224

L. H . CLEGG Pastor

Congratulations CLASS OF '49 from

NORTH FORT WORTH Conqralufafiom

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CLASS 1900 Gould Avenue

First Chu rch of th e Nazarene TOPEKA, KANSAS

Fort Worth, Texas

FORREST W . NASH, Pastor

CHURCH of the NAZARENE SHAWNEE, OKLA.

L. LEE GAINES, Pastor

We ftre 13oostetrs For BEST WISHES

18ethany-1Peniel 8ollege

to

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE and the

CLASS OF 1949

J. C . WARRICK Pastor

FIRST CHURCH rWE NAZARENE CORPUS CH RISTl, TEXAS

225

DALLAS REV. I. C. MATHIS, D.D . Superintendent

MRS. I. C. MATHIS W .F.M.S. President

DISTRICT REV. H. F. CREWS Ch. Church School Board

226

REV. CURTIS SMITH N.Y.P.S. President

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE FORT WORTH, TEXAS

IN APPRECIATION of BETHANY--PENIEL COLLEGE REV. LUTHER CANTWELL Pastor

SOUTHSIDE CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Qlapitol I&i11

Qlfrurdy of Wfre ~a;mrcue So. Harvey at 2 3rd

Phone 62路2794

LAWRENCE GHOLSON, S. S. Supt. HILDA HAMMAN, W .F.M.S. Pres. OLA MAE N ICHOLSON, N.Y.P .S. Pres.

FLOYD W . ROWE Pastor

OKLAHOMA C ITY 1519 S. E. 29th Phone 6-8094

Rev. R. F. Li ndley

The Church With the Friendly Welcome If You Come Once You \ Viii Come Again

227

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

"Our proof that Eastern Oklahoma District is backing our college."

.

W. A. Carter Dist. Supt. '

~-

DR. W . A . CARTER

District Supt.

228

OUR STUDENTS

WOODWARD OKLAHOMA .

FIFTH AT TEXAS

E. L. Looman, Pastor

J. H . Secrist, Sunday School Supt. Joe Parkhurst, N.Y.P .S. President Mrs. B. Looman, W.F.M.S. President

ekurch of tke cN.azarene ttfh at 2Jakfia ffrederick, Oklahoma

-"THE SECOND BLESSING CHURCH"

REV. R. F. & MARTHA FRANKLIN, Pastors

229

CHURCH

OF THE NAZARENE

Boosting 18.1P. C9. ~

804 Roosevelt ~ Guymon, Okla.

REV. EUGENE SCROGGIN 路 PASTOR

230

NEBRASKA DISTRICT Congratulates Bethany-Peniel College on its 50th Anniversary.

L. A 0 ·

'{Jden

'

s

Physical and spiritual progress.

Christian workers for all walks of life .

Faith inspired in the Church of the Nazarene and its mission.

Holiness as a cardinal doctrine emphasized and upheld.

Nebraska has profited more than contributed.

Nebraska will continue to support financially, prayerfully and with students.

11pennten..1

<lCI]f

A GROWING DISTRICT IN THE HEART OF THE NATION!

"The Beautiful Brick Church On Christian Corner" \

"The fear of the Lord is the sum of wisdom, and in all wisdom is the Law fullfilled."

CHURCH

of the

NAZARENE

Hastings, Nebraska EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49 AND THE ARROW STAFF REV. A. A. SCHNEIDER

231

Compliments OF

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE

W.H.DAVIS Minister

WE ARE PROUD OF OUR STUDENTS ATTENDING .BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE.

Bob Radebaugh Esther Cunningham Betty Longnecker Betty Powers

Henryetta, Oklahoma 232

Beulah Chur>ch of the Nazar>ene East Harry at Greenwood Drive

\ .VICHITA, KANSAS

REV. E. L. DUBY Pastor

<S~urc~ of t~t. ()\a3arel1£"ct::~.

cf.; •• ~f~

{S~«•cf'

BARBARA BARNETT

IVA KENNEDY

CONGRATULATIONS

GOLDEN

and

ANNIVERSARY

BEST \ .VISHES

REV. LOY WATSON

CLASS

233

HOUSTON DISTRICT

Ckurck of tke cNazarene

Congratulations REV. V. H. LEWIS D istrict Supt.

REV. JAMES HESTER Dist. N .Y .P.S. Pres.

~

/'- th

AN.N IY ERSARY ~. ""' REV. RAYMOND McCLU NG District S.S. Chairman

CLASS

MRS. V. H. LEW IS Dist. W .F.M .S. Pres.

234

HAROLD KIEMEL, Pastor 46 W AUG II DRI VE

HOUSTON 7, TEXAS CONGRATULATIONS TO BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE THE CLASS

Grace Knoll

Grace Ohsfeldt

Emma C . Behannon

Jetta Mae Mcinnis

OUR STUDENTS

OUR STUDENTS

Harold Kiemel

WICHITA fiRST CHURCH

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49 AND ARROW STAFF REV. G. A. GOUGH Minister

235

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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 9th & Main

N EW TON, KANSAS CONGRATULATIONS to President Cantrell and the fine teachers at Bethany-Peniel College, as well as to the spiritual leaders among the student body, and to the graduating class of 1949 for their success in maintaining a high level of spirituality and intellectuality in the College. . . . E. W . POWELL Pastor

WE ARE PROUD OF THE COLLEGE RECORD OF OUR OWN YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE STUDENT S THIS YEAR AT BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE. They are : Ford Burkhart, Kenneth Frey, Lawrence Oliver, Elva Ellen Overholt, Elvera Overholt, Ellyn Powell, Norman Umbarger.

Greetings to the students at BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 211 East Fourth Street

H UTCHINSON . KANSAS

LEONARD WILLIAMS

CLINTON MAYHEW

S.S. Supt.

N .Y .P.S . Pres. REV. MARK SMITH Minister

236

The Kansas District of the Church of th e Nazarene is going forward with a program of evangelism. The above picture is the tabernacle located at the Kansas District Nazarene Center in Hutchinson . It is known as Bresee Park and is the old Bresee College Campus.

RAY HANCE District Superintendent HAROLD B. HOYT District N .Y.P.S. President C. E. ROWLAND Church School Board Chairman

MISS RUTH WILLIAMS District W.F.M.S. President

237

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT DR. JARRETTE AYCOCK District Superintendent

Air View of North Half of Kansas City District Center

238

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Harrison at Forty-first

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

WE SUPPORT THE COLLEGE WITH OUR PRAYERS, WITH OUR YOUNG PEOPLE, AND WITH OUR MONEY.

Pastor : A. Milton Smith, D. D . Music Director: Ray Moore Organist: Mrs. Robert A. Edwards Sunday School Supt~ Floyd C. Davis Youth Supervisor: Eugene Verbeck Pres. W.F.M .S.: Mrs . Al Ramquist Pres. N .Y.P.S .: Fred J. Parker

) -I D~ .

A. MILTON SMITH, Pastor

239

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE MARYLAND and BATTERY STREETS

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

"Congratulates Th e Class A nd Arrow Staff Of 1949"

AGNES WHITE DIFFEE, Pastor CHARLES H. SMITH, Assistant Pastor

240

C . T. HOLLIS, Sunday School Supt.

J.

A. B. BURNEY, Assistant Supt.

CHARLES F. WILSON, Pianist

MRS. MABEL DANIELS, W.F.M.S . Pres.

MRS. RUBY WELTON, Secretary

DEAN WILSON, N.Y .P.S. Pres.

H . R. POINDEXTER, Treasurer

A. REED, Music Director

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Fat Almire

MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA

~reetings to

13.11. C9.

From

MUSKOGEE FIRST

** We are supporting you with:

*

Students

*

Money

*

Prayer

REV. & MRS. W. R. DONALDSON

241

MRS. H. H. SPENCER

TRINITY CHURCH of the NAZARENE S. W.

29th

at Indiana

OK LAH O M A CITY, OKLAHOMA MRS. TOM MONTGOMERY "V{!.F.M.S. President \ i\TALTER HINTZ Secretary

GENE DAVIS Music Director

GERALD LOCKE Sunday School Supt. MISS BETTY HERRIN N.Y.P.S. President

REV. H. H. SPENCER

HEARTILY SUPPORTING CHARACTER

CHRIST

GEREN C. ROBERTS Minister

CHURCH

of the NAZARENE

ALEMEDA AND APACHE STREETS

NORMAN, OKLAHOMA 242

NORMAN MILLER Song Director

-- nCCke

Sinqin9 Pa5lor'' R. T . WILLIAMS, JR.

\

~ ~utt~lfNazarene (7

901 N. W. 6t.b ST.

OKLAHOMA CITY

rrccke Sinqinq Gkurck"--

243

....

D

MARK R. MOORE, Dist. Supt. W . D . McGRAW, JR., Church Schools MRS. ROY CANTRELL, \V .F.M.S . EUGENE SCROGGIN, N.Y.P.S.

244

(Left) ( Left Center) ( Right Center) (Right)

I

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CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR FIFTY YEARS OF SERVICE IN OUR GREAT CHURCH ; BEST WISHES FOR ANOTHER FIFTY YEARS OF OUTSTANDING PROGRESS . ..

I

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245

41 YEARS OF LOYALTY Just nine years after the formation of the first school which merged into our present BPC structure, Ponca City Church of the Nazarene was orga nized September 26, 1908. Throughout her history, she has loyally stood by the interests of her college. Present Building erected in 1928 by Rev. & Mrs. M. V . Dillingham.

WE CONGRATULATE BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE ON T HE ACHIEVEMENTS OF 50 YEARS OF SERVICE TO OUR EDUCATIONAL ZONE OF THE CH URCH .

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 718 South Fourth Street

Ponca City. Oklahoma W. D . McGraw, Pastor

Jr.

PENNSYLVANIA AvENUE Church of the Nazarene NORT H PEN N . AVE AT WEST PARK OKLAHOMt\. C ITY, OKLAHOMA

f9ongratulations to BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE HER FACULTY and

the f9lass REV. H. JONES

246

of '49 M. L. STONE, S. S. Supt.

NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE 2923 Troost Ave., Box 527, Kansas City, 10, Mo. 102 East Colorado St. Pasadena 1, California

1592 Bloor St., West Toronto, .Ontario

247

SAN ANTON IO DISTRICT DISTRICT OFFICERS I laclley Ilall, Dist. Supt. M. E. Turner, Dist. Secy. Ivy Bohannon, Dist. Trcas . Spurgeon Lynn, N.Y.P.S. Pres. Hearne Spruce, C.D. C .S .B. Mrs. Pearl Keeton , W.F.M.S. Pres.

DISTR ICT ADVISORY BOARD C. E. Keys L. 路Lee Ga ines

Rav Hostetler P . S. DeWi tt

"Our District leaders, pastors and laymen extend to Bethany-Pcnicl College and the CLASS of 1949 our sincere best wishes and prayers. \\!e are for Christian Education and our School."

{-J reet ings from the SAN ANTON IO DISTRICT NAZARENE YOUN G PEOPLE'S SOCIETY

*

*

*

SPURGEON LYNN President

248

Temple Church of the Nazarene 3rd Street At Avenue H Temple, Texas

Mrs. Dolie Leach, Sunday School Superintendent Mrs. W. D. Carroll, W.F.M.S. President Mr. J. W . Fipps, N.Y.P.S. President

REV. WILLARD L. HUBBARD

OUR STUDENTS

Harold Carlisle, Floyd Hawkins, Mrs. Bobby Jo Hudson, Miss Leta Mae Carlisle

"[Jucafion anJ CkriJlianitlj 1JrinfJJ SucceH !Jn .Cife."

Our 13]{](9 Students Guy Hall Mary Jean Evans Winifred Oakes Francis Oakes Bill Stroman Bill Bohannon

Congratulations to Bethany-Peniel College ON FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS AND ACHIEVEMENT AND MAY HER FUTURE BE EVEN MORE GLORIOUS. WE ARE BEHIND THE COLLEGE 100%.

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE San Benito, Texas REV. and MRS. IVY BOHANNON

249

The N ew #&~

t.

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT OF THE

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE EXTENDS CONGRATULATIO N S REV. W. T . JOHNSON

1\1RS. W. T . JOHNSON

District Superintendent

District \V.F.M.S. President

TO

THE

REV. FLOYD SMITH

REV. STEPHEN BENNETT

Church School Board Chairman

District N.Y.P.S. President

ARROW STAFF Fo r A Fin e Prod uction Cel ebrating

B.P.C.' S GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY

250

WEST TULSA Chur ch of th e Nazarene SO. QUANAH & 22ND STS., TULSA, OKLAHOMA

SALUTES

18. 7P. G.

Left to Right: Earl Carter, senior; Jimmy Tucker, junior; June Hale, frosh .; Bill Hudson, .mph; Bill Rough, frosh; Clifford White, frosh.

"Only one life, 'twill soon be past Only what's done For Christ will last."

251

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256

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257

258

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259

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309 E. MAIN

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"BEST WISHES TO THE COLLEGE ON ITS GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY."

Holmes Drug YOUR REXALL DEALER IN BETHANY • Prescriptions our specialty

BE T H A N Y 106 S. E. Main

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Phone 440

eomplimenb of STEWART'S PAINT STORE BETI-IANY, OKLA. BONNIE AND RETIS STEWART Owners

* Weatherbird Shoes for Children * City Club Shoes for Men * Connie Shoes for Women SAM KRAKER, Proprietor

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LAUNDERETTE 117 S. College

WHEN IN

BETHANY VISIT

Bethany, Oklahoma WASH & DRY- RAIN OR SHINE

"All Work and No BENDIX Makes Mrs. Housewife Gloomy." The Isaacs Family

LILLENAS MUSIC AND BOOK HOUSE

809 North Western OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU ON YOUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY

On any occasion, you will always be welcome at

CHERRY'S for

HAMBURGERS

COLLEGE SHOE SHOP 105 S. College

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MILTON BATES, Prop.

"It's all in the cleaning and pressing" "THERE'S A LOT OF DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GOOD HAIRCUT AND A BAD ONE."

SMITH AND STREET BARBER SHOP 18 W . Main

BETHANY

Phone 686

W ITH BETHANY路PENIEL COLLEGE, WE . GLANCE BAC KWARD IN GRATEFUL AND SINCERE APPRECIATION AND WE LOOK FORWARD WITH HAPPY ANTICIPATION OF A STILL BRIGHTER FUTURE.

COLLEGE CLEANERS 112 E. Main

BETHANY

Phone 3450

MR. & MRS. N. A. LITTLE, Owners

"WE EDUCATED WOLVES KNOW WHERE TO GO WHEN WE WANT GOOD FOOD AND FRIENDLY SERVICE."

HERMAN'S EAT SHOP "Home of Good Eats" \VHERE THE "COLLEGE GANG" LIKES TO EAT

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COWAN PRINTING CO. 316 E. Main

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INDUSTRY

NATURAL GAS KEEPS INDUSTRY PROGRESSING! Natural gas is a vital material. And the gas industry is one of many doing its part to keep industry in Oklahoma expanding and progressing. At rates comparable to the lowest in any part of the world, industrial users find natural gas amazingly economical . . . especially when they consider the flexibility, speed and efficiency natural gas afiords industrial and manufacturing processes. Industrial and domestic customers alike are assured of an abundant supply of natmal gas backed by ample reserves. The natural gas industry is doing its part to assure the future development and growth of Oklahoma.

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' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF YUKON

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Congratulations

Bankers Advertisiny &Book Co.

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50th Ann iversary

l 08 S. E. Main

Phone 614- 2431 - 2130 Bethany, Oklahoma

WISH YOU SUCCESS We Furnish Churches and Ministers a Complete Line of Books at Special Prices

IN THE YEARS TO COME

WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF GOOD-WILL ADYERTISING : Calendars - Fans - Pencils !__ Novelties Leather Goods & Plastics

H. B. FRANK STORES

VISIT OUR RET AIL STORE Complete Line of School Supplies Religious Books - Popular Books

Calvin Norwood, Manager Yukon

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GREEN'S STUDIO 224 W. Main

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"Personally, I think the 50th Anniversary yearbook is tops." Hal Owen-Photographer

"I have confidence in this GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY ARROW. It will be the best yet."

"It's been a pleasure to have had a part in this year's production of the ARROW."

Bessie Farley-Photographer

Roy Hawkins-Dark Room Tech.

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FURNITURE

CONGRATULATING BETHANY-PENIEL ON ITS GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY

PRESENTING THE PERFECT GIFT FOR THE GIRL OF YOUR DREAMS

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John C. Martin Manager 'The man with a smile and a heart of gold"

Producing these smiles is the business of our GRILL

Whether your needs are SOCIAL or MEDICINAL, we are equipped to serve you the best always.

L WEHRENBERG PHARMACY 102 S. E. Main

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Phone 636

7Printi ng and Lithographing • Produced in a modernly equipped plant. • Where machines cast new type for every job, which means that every letter produces a clean clear, sharp impression. • Where the best of camera and plate making equipment is operated by carefully trained men who take pride in their ability to do better lithographing. • Where every order that comes to the plant is looked upon by the craftsmen as an opportunity to display their skill. • Where QUALITY pnntmg and lithographing standards are maintained.

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FAITHFUL STUDENTS ABBOT, JACK 111 W. Popular St. Sayre, Okla. ACORD, BOB 1107 W. Elsmere St. San An toni o, Texas ADAMS, DONALD P. 318 S. 8th St. Mt. Vernon, Ill. ADAMS, ENOCH L. 802 N. 19th St. Colorado Springs, Colo. ADAMS, GLENDENA HARLAN Bethany, Okla. ALDREDGE, PATRICIA 5902 N. W. 40th St. Oklahoma City, Okla . ALEXANDE R, LAWRENCE RAY Bethany, Okla. ALE XANDER, WINNIE MA E Bethany, Okla. ALEXAN DER, NINA MAE 412 E. lOth St. Hutchinson, Kan sas ALLISON, MARTHA Route I Morrilton, Ark. ALLISON, ROB E RT M. Box 267 Bethany, Okla. ALSOB ROOK, McRICHEY 1401 Filmore St. Amarillo, T exas ANDERSON, ALICE V. R.R . 2 Columbus, Kansas ANDERSON, JAMES, JR. Bethany, Okla. ANDERSON, JEA N Ill Moreland Ave. Atlanta, Ga. ANDE RSON, JESSE C. 521 W. Grand St. Skiatook, Okla. ANDREW, CONSTANCE V. Bethany, Okla. ANDRE \ V, J. C. Bethany, Okla . AND REW, LORA A. 124 N. Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. ANDREWS, GEORGE D. 445 Washington St. Royersford, Pa. ARC HE R, FREDA A. Box 248 Sayre, Okla . ARlVIOLD, JACK DAVID 2935 N. W. 12 St. Oklahoma City, Okla. ARNOLD, WINOLA MAE Monu ment, Kansas ATKINS , E UGENE LEE 路 I 311 S. Atlanta Place Tulsa, Okla.

ATKINS, RETA FAYE Rt. l Lawson, Mo.

ATTAWAY, CHARLES ALLEN 206 S. W. Ave. Bethany, Okla. BABCOC~ ,

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BABCOCK, ROSE MARY Gen. Del. Great Bend, Kansas BACHER, ARCHIE 424 W. Padon St . Blackwell, Okla. BAKER, WANDA A. H elena, Okla. BAKER, WILSON D. Bethany, Okla. BALDWIN, GLORIA PORTER Bethany, Okla . BALDWIN, HOWARD Star Rou te Palacios, Texas BALDWIN, OLIVER R. Bethany, Okla . BALDWIN, WILLIAM A. Bethany, Okla. BARNES, LEE EDWIN R.F.D. 4 Perry, Okla. BARNETT, BARBARA DON Box 562 Hooker, Okla. BARRETT, BETTY JANE Bethany, Okla. BASS, DALE V. Dixon, Neb. BATES, MILTON D . 70 1 N . Donald St. Bethany, Okla. BAXTER, DONALD Box 714 Mason, Texas BAYLES, JULIANNE :>04 N . W . 2nd St. Bethany, Okla. BAYLES, SHIN.LEY JEANNE 304 N. W. 2nd St. Bethany, Okla. BAYLES, VIR JEANE GARRETT Bethany, Okla. BEALS, IVAN 2730 Prospect St. Sioux City, Iowa BEARD, CHARLES M. 4 7 5 Derrer Road Columbus, Ohio BEAVER, DORIS DARLENE 204 N . Peniel St. Bethany, Okla . BEBOUT, MEREDITH S. Bethany, Okla.

BEl-lANNON, EMMA 508 Del Norte St. Houston , Texas BELL, IVA LOUISE II 0 5 Cave Springs St. El Dorado, Kansas BENNETT, CHARLES Emmett, Ark. BERGEN, CHARLES RICHARD 1208 S: Maple St. McPherson, Kansas BERNSTORF, MONA MARIE R.F.D. I Lewis, Kansas BERRY, BILLY REX Rt. I Cisco, Texas BESSIRE, GERALDINE 209 Line St. Hillsboro, Texas BILHIME R, LOIS RUTH 920 S. 13 St. Kansas City, Kansas BILYEU , !LA GRAC E 1206 Lewis St. Stillwater, Okla . BINNING, ALMA LOUISE McDonal~ , Kan sas BIRDWE LL, THEO Box 207, Rt. 2 Mercedes, Texas BISCOE, WOODY LEE 2335 E. Harvard St. Phoenix, Ariz. BLACK, GERALD WAYNE Box 1209 Longview, Texas BLANCHARD, LOTTIE 4028 Camp St. New Orleans, La. BLANKENSHIP, LEE HAROLD 1031 Nelson St. Denison, Texas BLOCK, HAROLD F. Box 522 Mitchell , Neb. BLOODWORTH , GEORGE W . Bethan y, Okla . BOCKMAN, FERN 131 7 A.St. Aurora, Neb. BOEHS, BETTY ROSE R.R. 1 Cleo Springs, Okla. BOHANNON; LAVONIA Bethany, Okla. BOHANNON, LUTHER D . Bethany, Okla. BOHANNON, RAYMOND Bethany, Okla. BOHANNON, WILLIAM Bethany, Okla. BOLERJACK, FRANCIS 605 S. E. 50 St. Oklahoma City, Okla.

BONNETTE, ROBERT LEE 30 2 S. Beaver St. Bethany, Okla. BONSER, ELSIE ARLENE Scotts Bluff, Neb. BORCHERS, RUTH Meade, Kansas BOULDIN, THELMA L. 1229 N . 17 St. Parsons, Kansas BOWMAN, AVIS N . Box 201 Vici, Okla. BRADFORD, AUDREY 1014 Lawry St. \ Vinfield, Kan sas BRAKEBILL, RAY 140 5 Commerce St. Little Rock, Ark. BRANDON, ALMA RUTH 12 7 N. Cheyenne St. Bartlesville, Okla. BRANDT, DEAN I 020 E. 6th St. Tof!eka, Kan sas BRANNON, WILBUR 119 E. 37 Place Tulsa, Okla. BRASWELL, AUDREY, JR. 1504 Fairfax Drive San Bernardino~ Cali{ BRAZELTON, WOODROW W . 1525 Cake St. San Angelo, Texas BRIDGE, MERLIN Bethany, Okla. BRIDGES, RAYMOND M. l005 Graymont Ave. Birmingham, Ala. BRIGGS, DORETHA 1211 Quincy St. Topeka, Kansas BRIGHT, HUGH M . 705 S. Roberts St. El Reno, Okla. BRINK, ELLENE Ford, Kansas BRISCOE, MARLENE Bethany, Okla. BRISCOE, PAUL Bethany, Okla. BROCK, HILDRETH Batesville, Ark. BROWN, A. DENTON I 002 E. 3rd St. Cushing, Okla. BROWN, ALTA f.. Bethany, Okla. BROWN, GERON Bethany, Okla . BROWN, LOTTIE JEAN Box 3835 Stuttgart, Ark .

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BROWN , ~ I ADGE Box 1 H9 Dalhart, Texas BROWN , NA0~ 1I ~ ! AE 70 0 N. !'d ueller St. Bethanr, Okla . BROWN , ODIS R. Bethany, Okla . BROWN , R. HAROLD Rt. I Gram路is, Ark. BROWN , RICHARD R. Rt. I El Reno, Okla . BROWN ING, JOAN 322 N . Redmond St. Bethanv, Okla. BRU~ILEY, WOODROW 252-t S. W. 28th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. BRYANT, KENN ETII Grenola, Kansa s BUCI lANNAN, HAROLD W. Box 74 Ava , l\ lo. BUCKOW, NOLA D EAN 229 N. 11th St. Lincoln , Ncb. BUI\IPUS, JOliN 2 509 16th St. Bi rmi ngham, Ala. BURKl lART, fOR D 215 \V . l Oth St. Nc\\'tOn, Kansas BURNEY, MUR RELL Bcthanv, Okla. BURNS. CECIL C. 2639 E. 5th Pl. Tulsa. Okla. BURNS, GENEVA 425 S. 8th St . Arkansas City, Kansas BURTON , BILLY JOE 105'12 E. 2nd St. Ros\\"ell, N. M. BURTON, LEONARD 51-l S. W . T errill St. Bethany, Okla. BUTLER, ELIZA BETH RENEE Alba ny, Okla. BUTLE R, LA VANNA 117 N. \ V. Ave. Beth any, Okla. BUTTS. JUNE YVONNE 609 N. 2nd St. lola, Kansa s BYNUM, Rt\ Y S. 515 N. W. 2nd St. Bethany, Okla . Ct\1\ IPBELL, PAULINE 175 South Pearl Denver 9, Colo. Ct\1\IPBELL, RICHARD EDWI 119 South Florence C laremore, Okla. CANTRELL, ALMA DEAN \ Vest H,elena, Ark. CANTRELL, BAILEY, JR. 220 South 4th \ Vest Il elena, Ark.

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CA RD EN, ROB ERT LEO Bethan v, Okla. CA RLISLE, I lt\ROLD 11 08 South !\lain St. Tem ple, Texas CARLISLE , LETA MAE 11 08 South Mai n St. Tem ple, Texas CARLSON, NANCY LEE 11 5 N. W. First Bethany, Okla. CA ROTHE RS , EVE LY N RUTH Maxwell , Neb. CAROTIIERS, JOAN Box 665 Maxwell, Neb. CARROLL, BILLY D . Box 744 Barnsdall, Okla. CARROLL, ROB ERT Box 744 Barnsdall, Okla. CARTER, JAMES WILBUR 102 1 East Thompson Sapulpa, Okla. CA RTE R, EARL 41 37 S. 31st W. Ave. T ulsa, Okla. CASEY, RALPH EUGENE 21 3 North Third St. Sayre, Okla. CASON, FRED LEON Bethany, Okla. Ct\TE, MILDRED LUCILLE 22 3 I Pine t\ ve. Sacramento, Calif. CAVANAUGH , E. HARRISON Bethan y, Okla. C ll t\MBERS, HERBERT E. 125 East 12th St. I I utchinson, Kan sas C HAMBERS, SHERRE L DEAN Route 2 McCrary, Ark. CIIANEY, BIRDSALL PERRY 804 North Asb ury Bethan y, Okla. Cllt\NEY, MARY LOUISE 804 North Asbury B eth~n y, Okla. CIIENOWETH , ROBERT MAX Rural Route 1 \ Vooclward, Okla. CIIINN, THEODORE MARCUS 720 Park Ave. \ Ves t Helena, Ark. CIIRANE, MARGARET 6 125Tracy Kansas City, Mo. C IIRISTENSEN, WILMA RUTH 230 1 South Water St. Wichita I!, Kansas CLARK, JOSEPH WENDE LL 301 N. W. Main St. Bethan y, Okla. CLEGG, JUNA C. 603 North Redmond Bethany, Okla. CLEGG, LORETTA ELSIE 603 North Redmond Bethan y, Okla.

CLEGG, MELBOURNE DRELAN CRAIG, CARL DENZIL 2112 Loving Ave. 318 East Rainbelt Ft. \V orth, T exas Meade, Kansas C LEGG , NITA MANIT A CRANDALL, CHARLES 1-1 . Hucl Route Bethany, O kla. Rotan, Texas CRA YEN, ERDEN RICIIARD CLEM, O LI VER DOUGLAS 220 South Asbury 60 2 South Judson Bethany, Okla. Fort Scott, Kansas CRt\ WFORD , DONALD CLEM , VIRGINIA LEE Box 17 3 602 South Judson High Springs, Fla. Fort Scott, Kan sas CRt\ WFORD, LIVELY CLJFFT, GOLDI E IRENE 317 No rth Noyoles I 010 East Broadway Tulsa, Okla . Hollis, Okla. CRAWFORD, TILLMAN AUST!i'CLOUD, DENNIS DANIEL Bethany, Okla. !-Iiggins, Texas CRENSHAW, DONALD EUGENI COBURN, THURMAN E . 1420 Springfield 31 5 S. E. 5th Street Stillwater, Okla. Beth~n y, Okla. CR ILLY, DOROTIIY MARY COLEMAN, GEORGE WOODIE 237 Second St., S. E. 501 N. W. Second New Philadelphia, Ohio Bethany, Okla . CRIPPEN, EVA IIA YES COLEMAN, TROYCE R. 3829 N. W. 23rcl St. 50 1 N. W. Second Oklahoma City, Okla. Bethany, Okla. CROSBY, WILBUR OWEN COLLINS, FRANCIS CARL I 06 South Donald Vet Hut 16 Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. CROSS, HENRY ALLEN COMMONS, VESTA JA NE 201 'h N. W. Main St. 515 East 7th Bethany, Okla. Hutchinson, Kansas CULLEY, OL VETTE LOUISE CONRAD, ERNEST 417 North MaComb 119 'h North Asbury EI Reno, Okla. Bethany, Okla. CUNNINGHAM, EST H E R JONE CONRAD, WILLIAM HOW t\RD 170 I West Denision 1604 West Fifth St. Henryetta, Okla. Coffeyville, Kan sas CURTIS, H EN RY GENE COOK, ALVIN BRYCE Box 514 General Delivery Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. CYPERT, E LISII A COOK, PAULINE LOIS Route 3 316 Hobson Ave. Brownfield, Texas I lot Springs, Ark. COOPER, LEON DANIELS, IIELEN MARIE Box 245 911 North F. St. Melrose, N . M. Wellington , Kansas COPPOCK, BONNIE DANNER, RICI--IARD EARL 1009 East 8th 2942 Arlington, Coffeyville, Kansas Evansville, Incl. CORNWELL, DONALD E. DANSKIN, DONALD R. Osborne, Kan sas Bethany, Okla. COTTAM, JANIC E DARDON, Mt\RY 206% S. W. Main St. Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. DARLING, LA V E RN E t\. COTTAM, TED WOODWARD Bethany, Okla. 2061h S. W. Main St. Bethany, Okla. Dt\ VENPORT, LEE WARD Bethany, Okla. COVELL, LAWRENCE LEE 1001 \Vest Second DAVENPORT, MANUEL Pittsburg, Kan sas 708 North CoopeL COX, BETTY JOLENE Colorado Spring s ~ Colo. 224 East Mosier DAVIDSON, ORIN W INDLE Norma n, Okla. 306 South Donald 路 COX, TOMMY拢 JUNE Bethany, Okla. Trevecca College DAVIS, CAROLYN MAE Nashville, Tenn. 3 539 Garfield COZBY, DAVID BAXTER Kansas City, Mo. General Delivery Bethany, Okla. Dt\ VIS, DELLA MARIE 1015 South 29th St. COZBY, ROSA ADELENE INGLE Omaha, Neb. Bethany, Okla.

DAVIS, FLOYD C. 3 539 Garfield Kansas City, lV!o. DAVIS, JOHN EDWA RD ~Jason, Texas DAVIS, LA VERNE 1723 N. E. 19th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. DAVIS , THURMAN FRED 414 East i\ lain Bethany, Okla. DAVIS, \VA YMAN Box 74 Pearl , Texas. DEBOARD, MARY COLDEN 3424 tfesa Drive San Gabriel , Calif. DENNARD, PEA RL NAOMI 908 orth Caddo \Vcatherford, Okla. DESIIANE, LARRY ALLEN 4100 N. W. 36th St. Putnam City, Okla. DEVORE, WAYNE C. 201 North Donald Bethany, Okla . DICKENS, JO E ALLEN 6 1 I I Sa tcrma North Hollywood, Calif. DIFFEE, JOE THOMAS 1623 \Vest 23rd St. Little Rock , Ark. DILLARD, BILLY JOE 1209 East 26 th St. Snvder. Texas DILLARD, CARL AL YIN 11/lh South College Bcthanv, Okla. DILLARD, \\f JLMA FERN 1171h South College Bethany, Okla. DI~IOND , MINN IE BLANCHE 211 North College Bethany, Okla. DODD, CHARLES E., JR. Box 606 Bethanv, Okla . DODSON, WILBUR TAYLOR l 061h E. Main St. Bethanv, Okla. DOING , PEGGY JUNI~ 71 5 North First St. Ponca City, Okla. DOLE, WALTER DW IGHT 3 554 I larvard Omaha, Ncb. DONO I 10, ED\V ARD KING Bethanv, Okla. DOOLY, GERALDINE Peniel, Texas DOROUCII , JAMIL D. 40 7 1 . E. Main St. Bethanv, Okla. DORRIS, JACKIE WESTBROOK I 06 North Mueller Bethany, Okla. DORRIS, ROB ERT W. 208 North Donald Bethanv, Okla. DORRIS, ROB E RTA N. 822 North Asburv . Bethany, Okla. ·

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DOUCHARTY, WILBURN T. 389 5 Ogden St. Beaumont, T exas DOUGLAS, TED JAMES 200 S. Delaware Ave. Bartlesville, Okla. DOW S, C l IARLES RALPI I General Deli very Colden Meadow, La. DRAKE, CLARE CE WILLIA~l Ringwood, Okla. DRAPER, BILLY DENSON Queen City, Texas DRISKELL, VIRGINIA BELLE Route 10, Box 510 Oklahoma City, Okla. DUDNEY, BENNETT L. 724 North Donald Bethany, Okla. DUDNEY, CATHRYN BAKER 724 North Donald Bethany, Okla. DUFFEY, AVIS M. Route 2 Bowdox, Ca. DUKE , MARGARET ANNE I 302 East First St . Amarillo, Texas DUNLAP, DIANA RUTII Route 10, Box 4 36 Oklahoma City, Okla. DUNLAP, JOHN BRYANT Route I 0, Box 4 36 Oklahoma City, Okla. DYER, BETTIE MAE I 006 West 8th St. Roswell, N . ~!. EASON, IIAROLD RAY Route 2 Grand Saline, Texas EASON, OLA FERN Route 2 Grand Saline, Texas EDWARDS, HELEN ELIZABETI I 6630 Park Ave. _Kan sas City•, Mo. ELAM, FEALON BRYANT 427 East Main St . Bethany, Okla. ELAM, GERALDINE II. 427 East Main Bethany, Okla. ELKINS, JOCQUITA LEA 837 South Harvard Tulsa, Okla. ELLIS, J. W . 313 N. W. Second St. Bethany, Okla. ELLIS, MAE S. 313 N. \V. Second St. Bethany, Okla. EMMERT, HENRY CLAY 920 N. W. 45th St. Oklahoma. City, Okla. EMMERT, ISACC ERVIN Box 67 Texola, Okla. EMMERT, JOliN W. Route 3, Box 60 \\'ellington, Texas

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J. LOUIS 506 S. Rock Island El R;n o, Okla. E~IMERT , MARY RUTII I 02 5 East Houston Sherman , Texas EMMERT, THUR IAN II 3 North Asbmy Bethany, Okla. E !RICH, ROBERT LEE Miltonvale, Kansa s ENGLE, RUTH N. 427 Park Drive Norman, Okla. EVANS, GERALDINE Route I , Box 180 \Vestlake, La . EVANS, CERALDEAN LUCILLE 5940 N. \V. 40th St. Bethany, Okla . EVANS, MARY JEANNE 867 North Sam Housto n Blvd. San Benito, Texas EVANS, MARY JESSIE 5940 N. \V. 40th St. Bethany, Okla. EVE I~ I !ART, FLOYD 314 N . W. Second Bethany, Okla. FARR, AUDREY LEE I 732 West 6th St. Texarkana , Texas FECIINER, JOHN CHARLES 12 5 North Donald St. Bethany, Okla. FERRAEZ, FERNANDO 30 7 N. \V. First St. Bethany, Okla. FETTERS , BOB RAY 311 \Vest Second St. \Vatonga, Okla. FISI IER, LOIS ARLENE 308 South Beaver Bethany, Okla. FISIIER, PHYLLIS VIRGINIA 308 South Bea,·er Bethany, Okla. FITZCERREL, ALBERT IIAROLD 318 N. \V . 5th St. Bethany, Okla. FITZGERALD, ROBERT BRUCE General Delivery Creggton, Texas FLETCHER, ALBERTA MARIE 1416 Rain St. Jonesboro, Ark. FLETCHER, BETTYJO 903 Eleventh St. Lake Charles, La. FLET'CHER, BILLY JOE 229 \Vest Monterey Denison , Texas FLETCHER, MILDRED LOUISE II 7 North Penicl Bethany, Okla. FLICK, JACOB WILLIS 216 North Peniel Bethany, Okla. FLOWERS, LENORA Box 147 Erick , Okla.

FLOYD, JOH N II. '!I l North College Bethanv, Okla. FOLLIS, BETTY SUE 362 3 N. E. lith St. Amarillo, T exas FOSTER, BONN IE INE Z Cleo Springs, Okla. FOXWORTHY, HERB E RT II. 257. Richm ond Ave. Ri chmond, Incl. FRANKENFIELD, KEITH K. 300 South Ash St. Ponca Citv, Okla. FRANKLIN, PAUL D. 211 East Dahlia St. Frederick, Okla. FREDERICK, CIVILLA ~1. 21 1 North College Bethany, Okla. FRAZIER, H ERBERT IIOOVER Ronte 5 Emporia, Kansas FREEBURG, SIDNEY CORDON BQx 216 La Junta, Colo. FREEMAN, DARRELL 5207 Goodwin Dallas, T exas FREEMAN, DOROTIIY ANN Oklahoma City, Okla . FREY, KENN ET J I OLIN Bethan y, Okla. FRY, G ILBERT RAYMO ND General Delivery Bethany, Okla. FUL !ER, DONALD RAY General Delivery Bethany, Okla. FULTON, CLARENCE CECIL 105 S. W. First St. Bethan y, Okla. FULTON, FRANCES SHARP 105 S. W. Fi rst St. Bethanv, Okla. GARBER, BILLY G EN E Route 2 Galena, Kan sas GARBER, BUDDY JOE Box 418 Bethany, Okla. GARBER, TIIO~IAS RAY~lO N D Route Z Galena, Kansas GARDNER, JOHNNY BURTON 404 East Kansas Meade, Kan sas CARNER, VIRCIN! t\ A N 400 North College Bethany, Okla. GARRISON, JAMES \V . I 0 I 7 East lith Pittsburg, K~nsas CARSEE, JARR ELL \V. Tuttle, Okla. CATLIN, W. D. I 07 South Penicl Bethany, Okla . GEORGE , BETTY ELLYN 410 East B St. \ Vaurika, Okla.

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II ALL, GEORGE DAVID Bethany, Okla. HALL, GUY WALTER, JR. 30 I South Donald Bethany, Okla. IIALL, IIORACE V. 2415 West Main Oklahoma City, Okla. HALL, LOIS GREEN Pasadena, Calif. IIAM!'vl , MARY FRANCES 3609 Van Buren Amarillo, Texas HAMMERSTROM, LEROY P. 4111 Corby St. Omaha, Neb. !lAMPTON, CHARLOTTE Ill 0 M emorial Drive S. E. Atlanta, Ga. IIANKINS, MAUNETTE 404 West Barraque Pine Bluff, Ark. liANNA, ESTHER JUANITA 700 Lombrano St. San Antonio, Texas !!ARDIN, DEWEY 927 Maple St. Muskogee, Okla. I lARMON, WESLEY LEE 1326 S. W. 20th Oklahoma City, Okla. IIARI' E R, MARTHA BELLE Kirwin, Kansas I JARR ELL, CI IARLES RAND 2323 West 12th St. Little Rock, Ark. I IARRF:LL, RUTII VIRGINIA 2323 \Vest 12th St. Little Ruck, Ark. IIARRIS, IIUBERT RANDOLPH Bethany, Okla. I lARRIS, MARY GENEVA 210 North Peniel St. Bethany, Okla . llARRIS, NORMA JEAN 70-f North College St. Bethany, Okla. IIARRIS, RUSS E LL RAY 21 0 North Peniel St. Bet.han y, Okla. IIARRISON, CHARLI<:S Route 1 Mabelvale, Ark. IIARRISON, JACK 10309 Atlantic Ave. South Gate, Calif. IIARTZLER, MARVIN B. 51 I N. W . Main St. Bethany, Okla . HARVEY, RAYMOND 309 North Donald Bethany, Okla. liAR VILLE, THOMAS CARROLL Cypress St. Vivian, La. IIASTINGS, CURTIS DAVID Box 26 Cheney, Kan sas I-lA WKINS, FLOYD EDWARD 11 7 North Penicl Bethanv, Okla.

I lA WORTH , BONNIE LEE 1002 Merrill I lollston, Texas I lEAP, HARLAN VICTOR 116 North College Betha ny, Okla . HENDERSON, MARGARET M. 927 North Avenue C Crowley, La. HENDRIX, PAUL RAY 406 N. W. Second Bethany, Okla. I IERREN, HILLIS EDGAR Route 3 Nevada, Mo. HERRICK, JIMMY L. Farmington , N. M. HERRICK, LEONARD WALTER John son, Kan sas HESS, JOSEPH LEONARD Bethany, Okla. I-JESS, MARCIA JEWE L Bethany, Okla. IIESS, ROBERT EMIL Route I Ryan, Okla. IIICKS, JOHN ARLIN 161 8 S. W. Binkley Oklahoma City, Okla. IIICKS, VIRGINIA Box 237 Kilgore, Texas HILL, MARY LYNN 2012 West 9th St. Texarkana, Texas HILLERY, HENRY LEE Ru ssell Springs, Kan sas HILLERY, VIVIAN LUCILLE Russell Springs, Kan sas IIILLERY, WILMA FAY Russell Springs, Kansa s IIITES, BETTY DEE 221 East Skancke McPherson , Kan sas HOAG, VIRGINIA LYNN 503 North Willow St. Bethany, Okla. IIODGES, RALPH RAYMOND Box 527 Kan sas City I 0, Mo. IIOFFMAN, MARCELLE 517 North 4th St. Longview, Texas IIOFFPAUIR, HELEN JUNE Route I , Box 50 A Bell City, La. IIOFFPAUIR, WILMA DEAN 717 Gen. Mouton Ave. Lafa yette, La. IIOGAN , EMMA JEAN 2100 West 24th St . Pine Bluff, Ark. HOLLAND, CAMERON C . 1612 North Villa Oklahoma City, Okla. I IOLLAND, ZANE FRANCIS Craig, Mo. HOLLIS, ROB~RT ELDRED Bethany, Okla. I IOLMAN , JAMES EDSEL Route I , Box 75 Mcricold , Miss.

HOl\!ER , DOROTHY l\IAE 1 I 3 South D onald Bethany, Okla. H O O GE. KEN NETH JOE 2 300 \V ebberville Road Austin , T exas HOOV E R, DANIEL C. 208 South Asbury Bethan y, Okla. HOOV ER, E DNA LOUISE Route 2 A,·a, l\1 o. IJ O PKI NS, EVELEN E 4 12 East 8th St. C handl er, Okla. H O PKI NS, PHYLLIS GAIL Route I Udall , Kansas HO RTO N, KENN ETH DONALD Box 576 Carnegi e, Okla. IIOSTUT LER, LEOLLA I 00 York Ave. C orpu s Christi , Texas H O USE, l\IARJ EAN l\IARY 4 I 2 N. \ V. Second Bethany, Okla. HO W E RTO N, NORMA MASON 1 H N . \V. Second St. Bethan y, Okla. I JU DSO N, BOBBI E JO CARROLL 309 Nor th Donald Bethany, Okla . H U DSON, WILLIAM J. 309 North Donald Beth any, Okla. H UF F, JOH N . WADE 107 South Penicl Bethany, Okla. H U FF. JOYC E 201 North Mueller Beth any, Okla . H UFF, ROBERT 20 I North Mueller Bethany, Okla . ING RAl\1 , DIXIE NELL 508 No rth Donald Bethanv, Okla.

JENKINS, LUTIIER LEON -fl 8 S. E. l\Iain St. Bethany, Okla. JE N N INGS, CLARENCE LEE Box 129 Carmi, Ill. JENNINGS , Il\10GENE Box I 29 Carmi ; Ill. JENSEN, IIARRY ROBERT l\ li ltonvale, Kan sas JOl INSON, HANNAH Route 3, Box 50 McPherson, Kan sas JOHNSON, MARGIE ANN 309 East Avers Edmond, Okla. JOIINSON, MARTHA 807 N. W. 9th St. ·Oklahoma City, Okla. JOHNSON, MILTON Box 126 Hamlin , Texas JOHNSON, RALPH Box 126 llamlin, Texas JOH NSO N, WILLIAM vVA YNE 1103Birch Swcetwa ter , Texas JOHNSON, YVONNE 907 vVest Lincoln Vv ellington, Kan sas JOHNSTON, RAYMOND Box 274 Bethany, Okla. JONES, CHARLES RAY Route 5 Lufkin , Texas JONES, ELIZABETH ANN 140 3 East 77 th St. Kan sas City, Mo. JONES, LULA BESS Box 172 Ilamlin, Texas JONES, ORVILLE C. 217 Monroe Clarksdale, Miss.

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KANNADY, ROBERT THOMAS Route I Collinsville, Okla. KEDY, CHARLES 303 South Donald Bethany, Okla . KEE, VELMA LEE 2 I 1 West Franklin Electra, Texas KEEFE , JOHN 700 North Asbury Bethany, Okla. KE ETON, BURL ALVIN 2902 Sanita St. Corpus Christi , Texas KELLOGG , DOROTHY EVELYN Route 4 Guthrie, Okla . KELLY, BOB 804 East 12th St. Winfield, Kansas

JAR ED, RALPH G. 30 5 North Peniel Bethany, Okla.

KELSO, MARY LOU Route I Lone Tree, Iowa

ISAAC . l\IILDRED LUCILLE J 17 South College Bethany, Okla. ISAACS, RALEI G H IIAMLIN 11 9 South College Bethan y, Okla. JACKSON, TIIOMAS H. Bethany, Okla. JAl\I ES, ROB E RT RICIIARD 220 East Pipkin Bea umont, Texas JA l\ IESON, PHYLLIS Route 2 Gearv, Okla.

KENNE DY, IVA WA N IC E Box 25 2 Hooker, Okla. KE RST ON, MYRON Bethan y, Okla. KIDD , JERRETT WESLE Y Box 115 Laurel , Miss. KIFER , BOYD RAY 1220 Chestnut Muskogee, Okla. KILPATRICK , RAYMOND DAL E 7 I 0 East 7th St. Pawhuska, Okla. KING , EARL GENE 709 1h N . W. 30th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. KIN G , FLORENCE Box 2 55 Zylks, La. KIRBY , GLENN 36 I 8 C ampbell St. Kansas City, Mo. KISER, F. D. Bethany, Okla . KLECK, VERA ESTH E R 708 North Mueller . Bethanv, Okla. KNIGHT , JOHN ALLEN 220 East Palm Dri ve Lakeland, Fla . KNIGI IT, MARSELLE 409 N. W. 2nd St. Bethan y, Okla. KNIGHT, VERLIN MARIE Box 394 Grand Saline, Texas KNIPPERS , DAVID liAR OLD Smith Apt. 8 Bethan y, Okla. KNIPPERS , JOHNNY CAROLYN I 08 North Donald Bethan y, Okla. KNIPPERS, LORA LE E 420 Lawrence Lawrenceburg, Tenn. KNIPPERS , RUTH ELIZAB ETH Box 2 38 Man y, La. KNIPPERS, SI-IURAL G EORGE 420 Lawrence St. Lawrenceburg, Tenn. KNOLL, GRACE LYNN 1327 West 21 st St. Ilouston , Texas KNOX , SIDNEY C. 101 Vernon Ave. Lubbock, Texas KNULL , THURMAN Apt. I 068 B, Huskervill e Lincoln , Neb. KNULL, ZELLA MAE Apt. I 068 B, Huskerville Lincoln , Neb. KOUNTER, IV AN 104 South Donald Bethany, Okla. KREY, PATRICIA Route 2 Great Bend, Kansas

KRIGBAU M, M ILDR ED ALI CE 210 North D onal d Bethan y, Okla. KRI G BAU M , NAO MI E LS IE 210 North D onald Bethany, Okla. KRUSE , CARL WILLI AM 503 North Redmond Bethany, Okla. LADMAN, ELSIE MAE Esther , l\ lo. LAKEY, BILLY JO liN 603 orth 7th Neodesha, Kansas LAl\113 , ALICE JOHNSON Bethany, Okla. LAMB , WOODROW W. G eneral Deli very Bethany, Okla. LAMBERT, TERRY Bethan y, Okla. LANDTROOP, JEWEL LE E Floyd ,N . M . LANGFORD, BECKY Bethany, Okla . LA NGFORD, CHARLES Bethan y, Okla . LA N HAM, DELBE RT Route 4 Woodward, Okla. LATSON, BILLIE JE AN I 112 W est Harri s San Angelo, Texas LAW , LUCILLE M ER E DIT H 31 3 N. W. 3rd St. Bethany, Okla. LA \V , RICHARD . 31 3 N. \V. 3rd St. Bethany, Okla . LAWRENCE , DORIS 128 North D onald . Bethany, Okla. LA \VRENCE , EDDRA FE RNE I 28 North Donald Bethany, Okla. LAWSON, CHESTER CALVIN Moore, Okla. LAWSON , ROY D EMPS E Y General D elivery Lexington, Okla. LE DBETTER, VERNON 307 North Donald Bethany, Okla. LE E , JACK 30 7 North College Bethany, Okla. LEE, PAULINE 924 Manuel Chandler, Okla. L E E , OIUDA WALDROP 30 7 North College Bethan y, Okla . LE HMAN, LEO D E AN 22ncl Lincoln Woodward, Okla. LE MAY, MARJORIE Route 5, Box 13 Siloam Springs, Ark. LEMMONS, ROY JAM E S 110% North College Bethany, Okla.

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LUNSFORD, TOMI\IY JOE 710 North Asbury Bethany, Okla. 路 LUTIIE R, FRANCIS Box 107 Man y, La. McADOO, ROLAND 804 Spring St. Eldorado, Ark. 1\lcARTIIUR, LLOYD GLENN 11 8 North Oklahoma [\ langum , Okla. 1\lcBURNETT, ROBERT 9 11 East Brockett Shcrm <\n, Texas 1\lcCALL, C IIARLES 509 Lufkin Ave. Lufkin, Texas l'vlcCALLISTE R, JMIES 315 North College Bethany, Okla. 1\lcCAULLA, JAM ES RUSSEL 308 N. \ Y. Second St. Bethan y, Okla. 1\ IcCLAFLIN, ELMER DALE 168 Nor th Sixth 1\lcdford, Okla 1\lcCLAIN, OLEN D EE Bethany, Okla . 1\lcCLAIN, WILMA Bethany, Okla . McCLELLAND, GAYLE 210 North Peniel Bethany, Okla . McCLELLAND, ROBERT 210 North Peniel Bethany, Okla. McCLUNG, BETTY JEAN 303 \Vest Main Ed mond, Okla. McCLURE , JAMES 30 I Vz South Donald Bethany, Okla. McCOLLOM , RUSSEL 7 17 North Main E ureka, Kan sas McC0MBS, FULLER Bethany, Okla. McCOY, LAWRENCE WELDON 116 South Donald St. Omaha, Neb. McDONALD, CLAUDE 6 18 S. E. 4th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. McGILL, VAN LANE 302 North College Bethany, Okla. McGINTY, DANIEL 119 North Asbury Bethany, Okla. McGINTY, AVENELLE 312 North College Bethany, Okla. MciNNIS, JE'(TA MAE 2 507 Ohsfeldt St. Houston, Texas McKELLIPS, DALLAS General Delivery Bethany, Okla.

1\lcMAIION, RUTH LAVELLE Box l Post, Texas 1\lcPII ERSON, DORIS JEAN Route 3, Box 23 1 Oklahoma City, Okla. 1\lcPJ-IERSON, THELMA 40 I South Alleghany El Dorado, Kan sas MADDUX, MAYNARD LEE Deerfield, Kan sas MA ID EN, HAROLD L. Cassvilk, vVisc. MANEY, ELSIE RUTH Route I , Box 136D Burkburnett, Texas MANN, STEPHEN WALTER Bethany, Okla. MANNERS, MARGARET A. 713 West Texas St. Durant, Okla. l\1ANSVELD, WILBUR L. 513 North \ Yheeler St. Bethany, Okla. l\IARSI-1, ARCHIE 1-J ERSC I-IEL Austin, Colo. 1\IARTIN, CAROLANN 109 N. \ V. Seventh St. Bethany, Okla. 1\!ARTIN, DONALD ALLEN 109 N. \V. Seventh St. Bethany, Okla . 1\IARTIN, JUDITII ANN 215 North Donald St. Bethany, Okla. 1\IARTIN, LEAH ROGERS 30 1 South College St. Bethany, Okla. 1\!ARTIN, MARY LOU Box 87 5 Erick, Okla. MARTIN, TOMIE S. 11 2 North Redmond St. Bethany, c;>kla. MASON, LEWIS A. II 0 South Donald St. Bethany, Okla. MEADO R, JAM ES THOMAS 209 East Second St. Hutchinson, Kansas MEGASON,' PHILLIP H. Route 2 ll enderson, Texas MEWES, EVELYN LENORA Box 190 Fairbury, Neb. MIDDLETON, DORIS I. 30 I North Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. MIDDLETON, JAMES ALLEN 30 l North Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. MIDDLETON, REBA JOAN 510 South Oak St. Holdenville, Okla. MILBURN, CHARLES L. 213 North Wheeler St. Bethany, Okla. M ILBURN, MARY LOU 213 North Wheeler St. Bethany, Okla.

MILBURN, VIRGIL Altus, Okla. MILLER, BERNIECE Route 2 Stillwater, Okla. MILLER , LORETA MURIEL 317 North Oak St. Ada, Okla . MILLER, MARY MOFFATT 201 North College St. Beth~ny, Okla. MILLER, RUTH CONSTANCE 20 l North College St. Bethany, Okla. MILLER, WENDELL L. 201 North Donald St. Bethany, Okla. MINYARD, MILDRED LOUISE 618 East Oak St. Portales, New Mexico MIZELL, DALE MARIE II 09 Cran e St. Sweetwater, Texas MOON, FRED MAURICE 114 \ Vest Main St. Shawmut, Ala. MOOR, JUN E LE E Route 2 Perkins, Okla. MOORE, DARRELL P. Bethany, Okla. MOORE, DAVID W. 80 I North Mueller St . Bethany, Okla. MOORE, DONALD CHAPMAN Bethany, Okla. MOORE, DONNA DRUCILLA Bethany, Okla. MOORE, JAMES VERNON I 307 South N inth St. Chiekasha, Okla. MOORE, JOHNNIE PAULINE Box 332 McLean, Texas MOORE, MYRTLE LORRAINE Hill City, Kansas MOORE, WILLIAM GOODW IN 2763 Crest St. Dallas, Texas MOREY, TESSA 309 North Hammond St. Bethany, Okla. MORGAN, HAROLD R. l 09 Vz Northwest Second St. Bethany, Okla. MORGAN, MERRILL M. Bethany, Okla. MORGAN, ROB ERT M. 306 South Lake St. Ponca City, Okla . MORRISETT, WANDA LOU 1225 Ash St. Muskogee, Okla . MORRISON, THELMA TINSLE1 \Varr Acres, Box 282 Oklahoma City, Okla . MOULTON, JEANETTE S. 208 North College St. Bethany, Okla . MOULTON, RALPH L. 208 North College St. Bethany, Okla.

t\IOYER , VELt\IA LOUISE 309 East Sabine St. Kilgore, Texas t-.IULLINS, GEO RG E C. 21 0 Nor th Peniel St. Bethany, Okla . MULLINS, TRAV IS D. 208 North College St. Bethany, Okla. t\IURRA Y, MODENA Route I Tahoka, Texas t\IYERS, DORIS 4144 Euclid Ave. Kansas City, Mo. NEAL, t\ IELBA LYNN 207 North Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. NEAL, t\IORRIS LEO 20 7 North Peniel St. Bethany, O kl a. N E LSON , CHARLES EDWARD Rogers, Ark. NELSON, DAISY Belle Glade Palm Beach , Fla. NE\VBERR Y, AA RON JOHN 11 7 North Redmond St. Bethany, Okla. NEWCOMB, DONALD W. 116 'h North College St. Bethany, Okla. NE \1./COMB, EVE RETTE DOYLE 639 S. Maple St. Sapulpa, Okla. NEWCOMB, MARGIE 11 6 'h No;th College St. Bethany. Okla. NEWMAN, GWENDOLYN JU NE Route 4, Box 4 11 Joplin, M o. NEWMAN, SHI RLEY Route 4, Box 411 Joplin , Mo. N IC I IOLS, JANE C . 1101 Pine St. Longview, Texas N IC HOLS, VESTAL OTHO Bethany, Okla. N IL ES, JACQUELINE OPHE LIA 51 6 Sherwood St. Stillwater, Okla. NO RM AN, MARY JEANETTE Box 454 Gran d Saline, Texas NORSWORTHY, ROBERT Meade, Kansas OAKES, F RANCIS DONALD Box 1747 San Benito, Texas OAKES, W IN IF RED Box 1767 San Benito, Texas OHSFELDT, G RACE MARIE 766 \ Vest Rittenhouse St. Houston , Texas OLIVER, LAWRENCE RALPH 315 West Eighth St. Newton, Kan sas

O LIV E R, WILLIAM CHARLES 316 South west Second St. Beth any, Okla. OPPY, JO li N I 3 Beverly Place Edgewater, N. J. OSBORNE, ADRIAN D. 64 1 5 N . W. 32nd St. Oklah'oma Ci ty, Okla. OS ! IIRO, ALIC E TERUYO 11 06 Kaili St. I Ionolulu 45 , Hawaii OVERHOLT, ELVA ELLEN 62 5 S. E . T hird St. Newton, Kansas OVERHOLT, ELVE RA LOUIS E 62 5 S. E. Thi rd St. New ton , Kansas OWENS, DONALD DEAN 820 G rand Ave. Joplin, Mo. OWENS, RUTH JEAN 1401 N . E. Fourth St. Ardmore, Okla. OYLER, BERNADINE 540 Pattie St. \ Vichita, Kansas PADEN, MARY JEAN 3558 North 59th St. Omaha, N eb . PAGAN, KEITH Route 2, Box 29 Stroud , Okla. PARDUE, JAM ES 421 North Main St. Bethany, Okla. PARDUE , MARY ROGERS 421 North Main St. Bethan y, Okla. PA RRISH , VA LETA 507 North Willow St . Bethany, Okla. PARKE R, WILBURN G. \ Vister, Okla. PARKHURST, MILDRED C . 1824 Firth St. Bethany, Okla . PATTE RS ON, ALMA RUTH Route 2 Abernathy, T exas PATTE RSON , ELMER L. 1827 Oak St. Collinsville, Okla. PATTON, B. A., JR. 114 N. W . Second St. Bethany, Okla. PATTON, MARY JO 91 3 Lawrence Ave. Terrell , T exas PAYNE, ROBERT CLIFTON 509 N . W. Main St. Bethany, Okla. PECK, DOLORES 8Zl South Elmwood St. Kansas City, Mo. PERKINS , MARY ALICE Wakita, Okla. 路 PERKINSON, OATHER 208 North College St. Bethany, Okla.

PE RKI NSON, RUTH DI C KSON 208 North College St. Bethany, Okla. PE RRYMAN, J. E., JR. 208 \ Vest Seven th St. Quanah, Texas PETERSON, CLARA JEA:'-1 SMITH 708 North College St. Bethany, Okla. PETERSON, MARVIN A. 708 North College St. Bethany, Okla. PETTY, MARGARET Star Rou te C lovis, N. M. PIE RCE, DOUGLAS Bethany, Okla. PIERCE, HAZEL MARIE Bethan y, Okla. PIERCE , MELVIN LeROY Route I M cLean, Texas P JNCOMB, JAMES B. 550 West Williamette St. Colorado Springs, Colo. PINKSTON, ALMA JEAN Broadview, N. M. PINKSTON, BETTY RUTH Broadview, N. M. PITTENGER, CLAUDE E. 41 3 North Willow St. Bethany, Okla. PITTS, DOROTHY 31 North Lucban Road Bagnio City, Luzon, Philippines PLEMONS, LUTH E R EUGENE l 06 South Asbury St. Bethany, Okla. PLEMONS, PATSY PRYOR l 06 South Asbury St. Bethany, Okla . POGUE , WILLIAM J. Bethany, Okla. POLLARD, KENNETH K. 311 South Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. POLLARD, NAOMI JANTZ 311 South Peniel St. Beth any, Okla . POOL,路 DEAN C . 1 55 Guernsey Ave. Columbus, Ohio PORTER, CHAUNCY WILLIAM Route I 0, Box 260 Oklahoma City, Okla . PORTER, JUANITA BLAKE Route I 0, Box 260 Oklahoma City, Okla. POSEY, ELLIS LLOYD I 206 South II th St . Mena, Ark. POSEY, GWENDOLYN 1206 South II th St. Mena, Ark. POST, GENE L. 422 W est Fourth St. Grand Island, Neb . POTTER, LORRAINE 2215 North Lewis St. Tulsa, Okla.

POTTS, TROY C . 2930 S. W. lith St. Oklahoma C ity, Okla. POWELL, AUST IN I-1., JR. Osage, Okla. POWELL, MARY ELLY N 227 East Tenth St. Newton , Kansas POWE RS, BETTY MARIE 13 07 West Gentry St. I Ienryetta , Okla. PRENTICE, DEANE GENELLE 535 Russel Ave. El Dorado, Ark. PREUSS, ADELIN E LOIS 90 5 'h West Douglas St. \ Vichita, Kansas PRINCE, BILLY JOE 310 North Jackson St. Altus, Okla. PRITCHETT, WM . ROBERT 2536 N. W. 30th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. PROFFITT, MAR Y IN 0. 414 S. E. Main St . Bethany, Okla. PROUGH, WILMA MAXINE Route I Haven, Kansas PRYOR, JEAN KATHRYN 2009 North 15th St. Waco St. PRYOR , MARTIN L. 421 N . E. Main St. Bethany, Okla. RADEBAUGH , BOBBY DEAN 301 N. E. Main St. Bethany, Okla. RAINBOLT, PATSY RUTH Zl 0 West Nava jo St. Cleveland, Okla. RAKES , JAM ES C. Bethany, Okla. RAMICK , NELDA C . Ill 7 West Oak St. E l Dorado, Ark. RAMSEY, KENNETH 915 West Seventh St. Wellington , Kansas RANDLE , A. C ., III 311 South Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. RATLIFF, MELVYN D. 700 North Willow St. Bethany, Okla . RAY, DORIS ANN 132 l N. W. 13th St. Oklahoma City, Okla . RE DMON, WILDA AMERIAL Mound City, Mo. REE D , VELMA MARIE Iota, La . REE D , W ANDA JOY 路 Box 109 Iota, La. REE P, FRANCES LA YO NNE 1842 Vermont St. Lawrence, Kan sas REEVES, ELVIE LOUIS E Yici, Okla.

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REEVES, L. RUTIIENE \'ici , Okla. RENEAU , CLIFFORD LF.E Route 2 Chelsea, Okla. RIIODES, DOYLE ONEATA Route 2 Abernathy, Texas RIIODES , FREDA GVlENDOL YN Route 2 Abernath y, Texas RHODES , WANDA MAE 711 South Vassar St. Albuquerque, N. M. Rl lODES, \VI FRED EUGENE Route 2 Petersburg, Texas RIIOE , BETTY RIIODENE -+ 14 East Pine St. Enid , Okla. RIC! lEY, MONROE WILLIAM Rush Courts Putnam City. Okla. RIC! IMOND, ROSS N. 5626 N. W. 39th St. Oklahoma City, Okla . RISER, A N CAROLYN 6 107 .W.49thSt. Oklahoma City, Okla. ROACII , WILBURN R. Bethany, Okla. ROANE , LORENE Temple, Texas ROARK, DOROTHEA Long Pine, Neb. ROBERTS, II ELEN MAXINE 312 South Donald St. Bethany, Okla. ROBINSON , IRIS MODELLE Route I Snyder, Texas ROBINSON, CI IARLES 182 5 Baylor St. \Vaco, Texas ROBINSON, CLARA J. I 82 5 Baylor St. \Vaco, Texas ROBISON , JUNE Route 4 Lawrence, Kan sas ROGERS, IIOMER LEE Route 2 Coffeyville, Kansas ROGERS, MARGARETTE MAE 304 North Willow St. Bethany, Okla. ROGERS, WANDA LOUISE Box 537 Post, Texas ROLLINS, JAMES KENNETH Bethanv, Okla . ROPER, WANDA PEARL 16 12 North 16th St. Lawton, Okla. ROSBRUGH, ELVIN WILLIAM Route 2 Rockville, Mo. ROSE , MARTHA LEE 736 S. W. 34th St. Oklahoma City, Okla.

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SHANNON, ESTI-!EII FRANCES SMITH, PAUL R. 109 N. W . First St. 2 I 4 North Redmond St. Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Sl lANNON, MADALYN JEANNE SMITH, ROBERT L. ROSS, CECIL LEROY 109 N. W. First St. Route 3 197 Dakota Ave. Bethany, Okla. Conway, Ark. Columbus, Ohio SHARPTON, WENDELL A. ROUGH, BILLY EN GENE SMITH, THOl'viAS LAMAR Box 12 I 340 East Sixth St. 2319 East Culver St. Collinsville, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Phoenix, Ari z. SHIPPY , HARLAN II. ROWE , RUTH E. SMITH, WALLACE II . Route l 5525 \Vavne St. 214 North Peniel St. Chapman, Kansa s Kan sas City, Mo. Bethany, Okla . SIIIPPY, VIDA MARY ROWLETT, FRANCES LOUISE Route l SNOWBARGER, MARVIN DALE Route I , Box 285 Chapman, Kan sas Route l Nacog"doches, Texas Dodge City, Kan sas SHOEFEE, MARY LILLIAN 101 7 Main St. ROWLETT, WILLIE MARIE SNYDER, CARL RICHARD Conway, Ark. Route I , Box 285 208 West Main St. Nacogdoches, Texas Bethany, Okla. SHOEMAKER, MELVIN H. 314 N. W. Second St. RUNYON, FRANCIS MAURICE SNYDER, NORMA JEAN Bethany, Okla. Oakley, Kansas 208 West Main St. Bethany, Okla. SHOULDERS, JACK RAY 2!8 North Donald St. SONNEVIK, MABEL BALL SANDERS, JOSEPH C. Bethany, Okla . 501 North Mueller St. Route I Bethany, Okla. Arcadia, La. SHOWALTER, JOHN EMERSON Bethany, Okla. SONNEVIK, MILTON EDWIN SANDERS, RAY DON 501 North Mueller St. 709 North Asbury St. SHROUT, BOBBY DALE Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Box 115 Hoisington, Kan sas SOOTER, JACK WAYNE SARRAS, HELEN 20 1 N. W. First St. 728 N . W. 22nd St. SHURLEY, CARMEN DELORES Bethany, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. 122 North Peniel St. Bethany, Okla . SOUTHWELL, VIOLET RUTH SAUER, WILLODENE MARIE 1325 S. W. 27th St. North Star Route SHURLEY, WAYNE M. OklaJwma City, Okla. Cimarron, Kansas I 22 North Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. SPENCER, WANDA LEE SA YES, DOROTHY KIFER 201 North Key St. 308';-2 N. W. Second St. SILVEY, LAWRENCE EDWARD Midwest City, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Route I Anderson, Mo. SPINKS, ARLENE KENT SAYES, WILLIAM HOWARD 114 N. W. Second St. 308';-2 N. W. Second St. SIMMONS, BETTY RUTH Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Route 5 Guthrie, Okla. SPINKS, ROBERT LAURIS SCIIARDEIN, CHARLES WM. Partridge, Kan sas 114 N. W. Second St. SIMMONS, MARJORIE GENEVA Bethany, Okla . 2616 Algerita Ave. SCHAUER, LEOLA MAE San Angelo, Texas SPRAY, RUTH ANN 400 North Asbury St. Bethany, Okla. 70 I North College St. SIMS, NOAH P. Bethany, Okla. South William St. SCOFIELD, CENELLE LAVERNE Atlanta, Texas I 50 I Travis St. SPRUIELL, ROXIE LEE 路Amarillo, l~exas Star Route 2 SINDEN, HERBERT J. Lamesa, Texas 501 N. W. Second St. SCOFIELD, LOIS ADELLE Bethany, Okla. I 50 I Travis St. STAGGS, L. E ., JR. Amarillo, Texas Route I SINDEN, LAUNA HURLESS Blanchard, Okla. 501 N. W. Second St. SCOTT, AGNES ANN Bethany, Okla. Route 2 STATON, JAMES G. McCrory, Ark. 500 Locust St. SINGLETARY, EMERY JEWEL Sweetwater, Texas 11 7 North Peniel St. SCOTT WILLIS HERBERT, JR. Bethany, Okla. STEARMAN, BILLIE K. WHITE 31 37 East Fifth St. Tulsa, Okla . 119% South College St. SM ITH, ELWIN Bethany, Okla. SCOTT VIRGINIA MAXINE 709 North Redmond St. STEARMAN, SAMUEL M. Route Bethany, Okla. 119 ';-2 South College St. Robeline, La. SMITH, HALLIE BRANNON Bethany, Okla. SEARCH, IRA F ., JR. 214 North Redmond St. 72 1 North Asb ury St. STEELE, CLAUDE A. Bethany, Okla . Bethany, Okla. 710 North Peniel St. SMITH , JAMES PAUL Bethany, Okla . SEAY, WILLIAM JOHN Box 372 1327 North 34th St. STEELE , MOLLIE FAYE BROWN Hagerman, N. M. Kansas City, Kansas 710 North Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. SMITH , MAYBELL MARIE SHAFFER, EARLENE HARRIS 151 7 South Emporia St. 101 North Asbury St. STEPHENS, JAMES DAILY Wichita, Kansas Bethany, Okla. 28 39 15th St. Tuscaloosa, Ala . SHAFFER, CARLAND WAYNE SMITH, MYRNA JEAN l 0 l North Asbury St. 417 North Willow St. STEVENS, DELBERT WAYMAN Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla.

STEW ART, EDWINA L. 211 orth Redmond St. Beth any, Okla. STEWART, JAl\!ES l\1. 310 N. \ 11/. First St. Bethanv, Okla . STEWART, l\1ARSIIALL I. 21 1 No rth Red mond St. Bethany, Okla. STEWART, VERA ELIZABETH 518 \ Vashburn St. Topeka, Kan sas 3TIPE, C I IARLES MARION 109 S. W . Second St. Bethany, Okla. STOCKTON, FRANCES Bethany, Okla'. STORCH , BEVERLY JEANNE Gravette, Ark. STOUT, PATSY ANN Piedmont, Okla . STOVER, H EN RI ETTA LEE Medford , Okla. STOVER, MARY LOUISE !\ Iedford , Okla. STOW E, JO ANN 500 \ Vest Seventh St. C isco. 'l'exas STREET, WILLIAM LLOYD 503 North Donald St. Bethany, Okla. SUGG, WILMA MARIE 1532 North Weber St. Colorado Springs, Colo. SULLIVAN, G. TIBBELLEEN I 315 Chestnut St. Pine Bluff, .,Ark . SUL LIVAN, WESLEY 0 . 804짜2 North Fourth St. Longview, Texas SUl\ 1\VALT, MA RGA RET 310 N . W . First St. Bethany, Okla. SUTTON , E. GE RALDINE 3326 W ayne Dri ve Baton Rouge, La . SWAN, ELEANOR LOUISE I 02 5 Eas t McKinley St. Sapulpa, Okla. SWANN, JO II IE ALMER 2 50 1짜2 Fig St. Corpus Christi , Texas S\VIFT, RI C HARD STEPHEN Kingsley Drive Macon, Ga. S\VIM , MARILYN LOUISE 562 5 Park Ave. ' Kansas City, Mo. TAIICIIAW-\VICKAH, ROSE Indiahoma, Okla. TAYLOR, ANN 718 No rth Peniel St. Bethany, Okla . TAYLOR, GEORGE WAYNE Box 2 Dinero, Texas TAYLOR, MATfiE KATHRYN Box 367 Beggs, Okla .

TAYLO R, NE LL MARIE 718 North Peniel St. Bethan y, Okla.

TUCKE R, DANIEL II EN R Y 11 7짜2 South College Bethany, Okla. TUCKER, JIMMY PEYTON TAYLOR, ROBERT RICIIARD 402 N. E. Second I 00 3 Ilarris St. Beth any, Okla. Ardmore, Okla. TUCKER,RUBYELLOT TAYLOR, WILLIAM LLOYD Box 135 282 4 Edgar St. Heavener, Okla. Shreveport, La . TURMAN, LLOYD VAN TAYLO R, WILMA JEANNE Bethany, Okla. 718 North Peniel St. TURNER, JACQU E LINE Bethan y, Okla. Box 801 T AZELAAR, CLIFFORD I IAROLD Waco, Texas 108 North College St. TURNER, LESLIE WAYNE Bethany, Okla. Box 109 Cleo Springs, Okla. TERRY, BARBARA ANN 16 10 Sixth St. TWINING, RAY EUGENE Brownwood, Texas Box 165 Elk City, Kansas TERRY,GLENW . TYLER, VIRGIL E. 161 0 Sixth St. Route 2 Brownwood, Texas McG regar, Texas TERRY, VANETTIA LOUISE Mineral Wells, Texas UE RKVITZ, DAVID T HOMAN, RUTH MILDRED Route 2 607 E lm St. Thayer, Kansas I lays, Kan sas UMBARGER, WILLIAM T HOMAS, C HRISTEEN EULINE 820 East 8th St. 313 North College St. Newton , Kan sas Bethany, Okla . UPCHURCH , AVANELE THOMAS, GEORGE LOUIS Route I, Box 87 I 506 Byers St. Queen City, Texas Batesville, Ark. UPSIIA W, JAN E THOMAS, JAMES WALTER Box 66 423 East Main St. County Line, Okla. Bethan y, Okla . UYEHARA, DOROTHY THOMAS, JOHN B. 2009 Democrat St. I 07 S. E. T hird St. H onol ulu 12, T. H. Bethany, Okla. T H OMAS, WILLIE 0. 11 0 North Donald St. VANCE, CHESTER Bethany, Okla. 32 5 East 8th St. THOMPSON, JACK L. I I utchinson, Kansas Bethany, Okla . VANC E, SCHA VNER THOMPSON, JAMES LEE Bethany, Okla. 2627 East Fourth Place VAND E RLINDE, BETTY JEAN Tulsa , Okla. Yukon , Okla. THOMPSON, RICI-IARD H. 521 Elm St. 307 N. W . First St. VANDERLINDE, PHILIP RAY Bethany, Okla. 521 Elm St . TIMM , PEARL EVELYN Yukon, Okla. Box 35 VAN HOOSER, CLAYBORN Bethany, Okla. Box 36 TIMS, TROY D. Catoasa, Okla . Bethany, Okla. VAUGHAN, TROY THERMAN TOEPFER, DARLENE FERN 208 North Donald 204 N. W . Second St. Bethany, Okla. Bethan y, Okla. VAUGHAN, WILLIAM FRED TOEPFER, JAMES C. 301 N. W. First 204 N. W. Second St. Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okia. TRAGER, CHRISTINE WADE, LAWRENCE HUG II 3014 Battery St. 622 S. W. First St. Little Rock, Ark. Bethany, Okla. TRANSUE , EARL W. Bethany, Okla. TROWER , ROBERT FLOYD Bethany, Okla. TRYON, CHARLES A. 46 14 Brookdale St. Corp us Christi, Texas

WALDEN, ERNEST JOSEPII Box 335 Ul ysses, Kansas WALDREP, THOMAS ERWIN 205 N. W. Main St. Bethany, Okla.

WALKER, ALMA AND REWS 124 North Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. WALKER, EDITII MAE Bethany, Okla. WALKER, TELLA B. Bethany, Okla. WALLACE, BETTY LOIS Box 194 Elida, N. M. WALTON, RUBY NORENE Okeene, Okla. WARD, SARA FRANCES Robin s St. Conway, Ark. WASSOM, BETfY LEE 708 North \ 11/illow St. Bethany, Okla. WASSOM, EA RL EUGENE 708 North Willow St. Bethany, Okla. WATSON, ELBERT LESLI E 1212 Fourth Terrace \Vest Birmingham, Ala . WATSON, JAMES VERLIN 203 North Donald St. Bethany, Okla. WATSON, NAOMI LA WAN Box 594 Post, Texas WATT, G LORENE FAYE 1133 West 35th St. \ 11/ichita, Kansas WATTS, GENEVA JOSEPIIINE Route 2 Calumet, Okla. WEE KS , VIVIAN GRACE I 004 South I Iamp ton Road Dallas I I , Texas WEIR, WAULEA 402 North Donald St. Bethany, Okla . WEST, JOH N T. Box 85 Purcell, Okla. WEST, MARGARET FRANCES 1202 West 22nd St. Jasper, Ala. WEST, NAOMI RUT II Box 286 Peniel, Texas WESTLUND, HAROLD J. 2124 Jon es St. Sioux City, Iowa WESTMORELAND, JOHN C. 509 North Willow St. Bethany, Okla. WESTMORELAND, REB ECCA 509 North Willow St. Bethany, Okla. WHEELER, SAMU EL EA RL 204 South Sanadian St. Purcell, Okla . WI liTE, BILLY JOE 3130 N. W. 39th St. Oklahoma City, Okla . WIIITE, CLIFFORD JAM ES 1645 South Olympia St. Tulsa, Okla. WHITENER, JAM E S C. 31 1 North College St. Bethany, Okla.

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WILLIAMS, LU CENE K. WILSON, DONALD WAYNE Donalsonville, Ga. 208 North College St. \VILLIAI\IS, MARY L. Bethany, Okla. 3-t I 3 South McKinley St. WJIYBREW, ROBERT CLINTON WILSON, 0. W. Oklahoma City, Okla. Bethany, Okla. 32 13 N. W. Pioneer St. \V ILLIAMS, MARY RUTH City, Okla . Oklahoma W IENS , GERALD STA lLEY Box 60 7 Three Glines Court W ILSON, RAYMOND LEE Man y, La. I Iarrison, Ark. 348 Thoma~ Blvd. W ILLIAMS , PHYLLIS L. Por t Arthur, Texas W IENS, LILLIAN DORA 820 ~~ es t Second St. Three Glines Court \ V!LSON, THOMAS IIENRY Edmond, Okla. I Iarrison, Ark . 3200 North Elm St. W ILLIAM S, REB ECCA llutchinson, Kansas Box 60 7 WIERS!VIA, H ESSE L Ma ny, La. Beth any, Okla . \ V OOD , DO NALD COY 309 N. W. Main St. WILLIAMS , VIRGINIA LOIS WILEY, I IERBERT B. Bethany, Okla. 3422 East Sixth St. Bethany, Okla. Kansa s C ity, Mo. WOODEN, CAROLYN RUTH WILLEY, ELLA LA YELLE W ILLI AMSON, CHA RLES II . I 2 35 South Birmingham Place 600 Nor th Redman St. Raymond, Kansas Tulsa, Okla. Bethany, Okla. W ILLIAM SON, JUN E LA VERNE WOODS, ARSTAN VALJ EAN WILLIAMS, BETTY IR E NE 405 N. W. Sixth St. Bethany, Okla. 320 Stull Ave. Oklahoma City, Okla. Akron , Ohio WOODWO RTH , FLOYD C. W ILLI AMSON, PAUL DONALD 14 29 Paloma St. \VILLIA}. IS, CALVIN I 30 Richmond Ave. Pasadena, Calif. Donalson ville, Ga. Richmond, In cl . WILLIAMS, CI IARLES PHILLIP WOOLEY, ANNETTA S. W ILLIAMSON, R. WESLEY 2123 North Bath Ave. 902 Fifth St. 206 South Peni el St. Marietta, Ohio Oklahoma City, Okla. Bethany, Okla. WILLIAMS, HUBERT MELVIN WOOTEN, CHARLENE J. WILLSEY, MARIETTA Route 1 302 South Ninth St. 21 7 Duncan St. Durant, Okla. Donalsonville, Ga. Stillwater, Okla. \VIIITU:Y, BETT Y JU NE 326 King St . C hadron , N cb.

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WILLWERTH, PAUL IRWIN 245 North Main St. St. Albans, Vt.

WOOTEN, DOROTHY JEAN 302 South Ninth St. Durant, Okla.

WRA Y, EM E RALD T. 411 5 North Grove St. Oklahoma City, Okla . W.RAY , KENNETH HENRY 600 1 N. W . 49th St. Bethany, Okla. WRETLING, BETTY LOU 818 North College St. Bethany, Okla . WRETLING, CHARLES EARL l 09 S. W. Second St. Bethany, Okla. WR IGHT, DORIS 903 South 11th St. Lamar, C olo . WRIGHT, VELMA MAl 4109 West 17th St. Little Rock, Ark. WUESTE R, TERRY Centralia , Kan sas WYCOFF, MARV E NE 0 Box 47 Oklahoma City, Okla. YARBROUGH , PEGGIE JEAN Route I Vinson , Okla. YEATMAN, HAZEL Fargo, Okla. YECKLEY, MORINE 3224 East 7th St. Tulsa, Okla. YOESEL, JOAN ELIZABETH Route 1 Falls City, Neb.

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