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. BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

EDITOR RALPH HODGES ASSOCIATE EDITOR BILL LAKEY BUSINESS MANAGER WAYNE BLACK SPONSOR MRS. CAROL LUNDY

DEDICATION

We ded icate this book of memories not to one who has g rown too old to dream but to a you ng man. He is one whose abil ity and scholarly attitude have brought to him cha irma nship of the d ivision of natural science; one whose q u iet, friendly manner has made him beloved by the students who have sot i n his classes and worked in his laboratories; one whose wise g u idance a nd sympathetic u nderstand i ng have won him the admiration of his counselees; one whose sense of humor a nd zest for living have brought to him the a ppreciation of his colleagues; one whose humble spirit and god l y l i fe have given i nspiration to us a l l . To Professor Robert G . Lawrence we ded icate the 1 951 ARROW.

OUR BOYS IN THE SERVICE

Many of our boys have gone to serve our country d u ring this past year. We m iss their presence on the ca m pus a n d in the activities of school l ife. As they have gone out from us our p rayers have gone with them. We have had no report of a ny being kil led i n action, a n d we do cont i n ue to hope and pray that a l l wi l l return and find the i r p lace on our ca m pus once aga i n .

ARMY:

NAVY:

D i l l a rd, B i l ly J.

Brim, Burl

Gi l bert, Don

Cloud, Den n i s

McHuin, Ken neth

Cra ig , Carl

Taylor, Robert

Dungan, Wa l ly

Wi l l ia ms, Roy

Hend ricks, Robert

A I R FORCE: Clegg, E loy I ngram, B i l l

Klem met, Ken n eth Reed, Ron n i e U l rich, Robert

Ken nedy, Edwa rd

MAR I N E S:

Lege, Ma urice

Berry, Rex

Lewis, Arth ur

Coffey, Liston Con rad, Howard Da n ner, R ichard U m p h res, Don a l d G .

a揃ur Record Begins 'vith CULTURAL and SP IRITUAL Achievement

. From freshma n enrol l ment to senior g radua足 tion . . . on the campus l awns, i n the l ibrary, in the classrooms and l aboratories, even in the faculty offices . . . everywhere we find evidence of intel lectua l stim u l ation a n d ach ievement. I nspirational chapel messages, chal lenging Sun足 day School lessons, worshipful church services, de足 votional music, prayer meetings, u n usual N .Y.P.S. programs . . . . These a re some of the activities that help us to develop Christian character.

SOC IAL L IVING Brings Happy Memories.

A college education includes much more than at足 tending classes and preparing assignments. We a lso want to acquire cu lture, make friends, enjoy those leisure hours. Ma ny of our happiest recol lections of

B.P.C. wil l be of l ife in the dormitories, conversations in the Drag, enterta in ment at programs, class parties and banquets.

What Pleasure We've Received from ORGANIZATIONAL ENDEAVOit

Some of us h ave h ad a ch ance to develop leader足 ship abi l ities. More of us h ave had opportunity to follow, to m ake suggestions, to cooperate, to tal k, to write, to vote .l\11 of these h ave been made pos足 .

si ble through our clubs, our paper and annual, our student government.

. ATHLETICS Foster Sportsmanship and Stamina.

The school-spirited spectator who cheers from the gra ndstand; the weary athlete who plays out front; the officials who keep things going right; the band whose music fires our enthusiasm . . . Working to足 gether we build our athletic prog ra m .

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CONTENTS

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Liberal Arts B uilding

Fine Arts B uilding

Gymnasium

Bresee Hall, The Administration B uilding

Commercial Building

Below, The New Science B uilding

Fanning Hall

Jernigan Hall

B ud R obinson

Hall

INTELLECTUAL AND SPIRITUAL BLESSINGS

-Ad m i n istratio n -Faculty -Church -Classes -Who�s Who

BOARD OF TRUSTE E S Chairman V . H . Lewis

Vice-Chairman

Secretary

Al umni Representative

Dr. Jarrette Aycock

R. T. Wi l l ia ms, J r .

John Stockton

ABILENE DISTRICT

HOUSTON DISTRICT

N EBRASKA DISTRICT

W. B. Wa l ker, Plai nview

V. H . Lewis, Houston

L. A. Ogden, Hastings

J. V. Langford, Ama rillo

Raymond McClung, Houston

A. A. Schneider, Hastings

Amos Meador, Borger

R. M. Parks, Port Arthur

Wm. E. Thompson, Linco l n

ARKANSAS DISTRICT

KANSAS DISTRICT

N . W . OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

W. H. Johnson, Little Rock

Ray Ha nce, Wichita

Mark R. Moore, Ponca City

W. L. French, Little Rock

Leon Jenni ngs, Aug usta

Dr. Roy H. Cantre l l , Bethany

Boyd Ha ncock, Jonesboro

E. W. Snowberger, Sylvia

Paul Haa g , Bethany W. D. McGraw, Jr., Ponca City A. LeRoy Taylor, Bethany

DALLAS DISTRICT

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT

Pa ul Garrett , Da l las

Dr. Jarrette Aycock, Kansas City, Mo.

Hadley H a l l , Temple

Wm . C. A l l house, Da l las

L. Wayne Sears, Pittsburg, Ka n .

J . E. Moore, J r., Austin

Curtis Smith, Da l las

Dr. A. Milton Smith, Kansas City, Mo.

Hearne W. Spruce, Corpus Christi

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

LOU I SIANA DISTRICT

S. W. OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

Glen Jones, Tulsa

El bert Dodd, Vivian

W. T. Joh nson, Duncan

T. A. Burton, Bartlesvi l le

G. M. Akin, Vivian

Earl Darden, Ardmore

W. A. Carter, Sapu l pa

W. 0. Fisher, Shreveport

J. Louis Emmert, El Reno

W. R. Don a l dson, Muskogee Dr. B. F. Neely, Shawnee

R. T. Wi l l iams, Jr., Oklahoma City

Fred Floyd, Harry Craddock, L. C. Philo, E. Boyd Shannon, Anne Greeve, Dr. Roy H. Cantrell, Harold C. Ripper, C. H. Wiman, Vernon Snowbarger.

ADMINISTRAT IVE C OUNC IL ROY H. CANTREll, Chairman

E. BOYD SHANNON

President of the College

Dean of Students

C. HAROLD RI PPER

WilliS B. DOBSON

Dean of the College

Chairman of the Division of Humanities

l. C. PHILO

Chairman of the Division of Philosophy and R eligion

JAMES R. GARNER

Head of the Department of Political Science

R. G. LAWRENCE

Chairman of the Division of Natural Sciences

ANNE C. GREVE

Chairman of the Division of Social Science

C. H. WIMAN, Secretary Registrar

lESTER l. DUNN

H . l. CRADDOCK

Chairman of the Division of Fine Arts

B usiness Manager

FRED FlOYD

Head of the Department of History

OUR PRE SIDENT SPEAKS A few days ago I sat i n my office browsing over the notes of a lecture. There was l ittle inspiration in the atmo­ sphere for me. Life was lagging a long. Then-BONG BONG BONG BONG. The harmonious, elevating music of our CHIMES in the Tower ra ng out and I fou n d inspiration MISS LOIS MERRIAM again. The CHIMES, the gift to the col l ege from the class Secretary to the President of '5 1 , spoke to me of many things a n d I bowed my head i n thanksgiving to God. They spoke to me of BethanyPeniel Col lege, of progress, of God. Memories crowded fast upon my m ind. I saw a long stream of years that had passed since a very sma l l group of men, inspired with a vision to build a Christian College, bowed and dedicated themselves to a task. This vision was the germ cel l from which our school sprang . How inspiring to know that l ike the cell it l ives today. The CH IMES in the Tower at B . P . C. ever speak to us of progress a n d the fulfil lment of the vision of her founders. The assets of an institution are not a l l represented i n bu i l di ngs, i n ground appointments, equipment and endow­ ments. Her g reatest are wrapped up in the people who make up cam pus l i fe. Choice portraits on memory's wa l l s tel l of riches most valuable, friendships with earnest students and able faculty. An interested a n d progressive Board of Trustees, a loya l and active A l u m n i a n d a sympathetic a n d helpful •awns-people have encouraged us on our way. A l l this we have fou n d at B . P . C., but we have found more. Here we have fou n d God. His presence has motivated our activities and enriched our every experience. His visitation to our campus i n the g reatest revival i n o u r history is o u r choicest heritage. This revival started c h imes t o r i n g in o u r sou l s that wil l re-echo i n t h e l ives o f others for time and eternity. I wish to congratu late Editor Hodges a n d the ARROW STAFF of '50 and '51. In presef.lting the year book you have recorded experiences and events of our col leg e days in a most attractive and i mpressive m a n ner. You have pictured life's choicest memories for us. Friendships, Chapel services, class programs and parties, recitals, banquets, Gospel Team and Prayer and Fasting Meeti ngs, games, and reviva ls. You have g iven us a book that we are proud of and as we have read its content our appreciation for our school has g rown. We have a deeper g ratitude for a l l who have sacrificed to give u s what we have been privil eged to enjoy. The 1 95 1 Arrow shou l d challenge a l l to support the school with gifts and prayers a n d shou l d attract young people a l l over the Educational Zone to enro l l . The BONG BONG o f t h e tower Chimes brought memories that inspired m e . May t h e experiences recorded i n your h a l l of memories b e a source of inspiration t o y o u a lways. -Dr. Roy H. Cantrel l

The President's Home

DR. AND MRS. CANTRELL

DEAN OF THE C OLLEGE Esta blishing curricul a , making contacts with North Cen足 tral Association, corresponding with draft boards, teaching in the classroom and com piling his own dissertation for the P h . D. degree a re only a few of the many duties of the Dean of our college, C. H. Ripper. Throug hout .the year there has been a steady stream of worried male students possessing a 1 -A draft classification pouring into Dean Ripper's office, seeking help in getting deferred until the end of the year. The help he has given those in this matter has made them a ppreciate him all the more, yet those of us who are just merely acquainted with h i m find a rea l friend. He seems to have a way of u n dersta nding our problems and helping us solve them.

C. HAROlD RIPPER Dean of the College

CHARlOTIE HAMPTON S ecretory to the Dean of the College

ZEllA GliD DEN Office Assistant

DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE There i s no one on our cam pus who is more sincerely i nterested in the l ives o n d interests of the students than is Prof. Shannon. He is always rea<;ly to ta l k over a problem with us, no matter what it might be. If he is not a ble to meet our needs he finds somebody that c a n . We have found him to be fra nk, sincere a n d genuine. Many of us h ave been in his classes and found the same attitude of hel pful ness there. It has been Prof's duty a l so to see to it that we had adequate social activities. The many good times that we have had together at parties a n d picnics a n d t h e like w i l l h e l p us never t o forget our Dean of Student LLfe a n d what he h a s done for us. E. BOYD SHANNON

Dean of Student Life

JUNE NEWMAN

S ecretary to the Dean of Students

MARVENE MUSHGROVE AND RUTH MILLER Office Assistants

BUSINE S S OFFICE Rich or poor we a l l seem to have financial problems at one time or a n other. In our midst we have one who is capable of hel ping us with our financial

problems, our Business Manager, Mr.

Cra ddock. It is he who has made it possib l e for many of us to remain in school by helping us to meet our bills. With a keen insight i nto the needs and desires of young people, Mr. Craddock has won for h i mself the respect and honor of a l l with whom he has come in contact. In spite of a l l his responsi b i l ities we never find h i m too busy to have a n interest in our needs. A devoted Christian layman, Mr. Cra ddock, wi l l a lways be remembered for his friendly smile and considerate attitude. HARRY L. CRADDOCK B usiness Manager

R UTH NEWBERRY S ecretary to the B usiness Manager

Not only does it take money to operate a school,

but it a lso takes a competent

worker behind the scenes to keep an ac足 curate account of the income a n d expendi足 tures. Miss Florence Lundy, the bookkeeper for the Business Office, is such a person . W e don't see m u c h o f her; yet w e quickly learn to l ike her as soon as a n acquaintance is made. When we enter her office we a lways find a warm smile and a friendly welcome.

FLORENCE LUNDY Accountant

PAULINE MILLER Office Clerk

MRS. SARAH PARKER Cashier

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR This is one office that we a l l have spent some time i n . It is here that a l l of our records a re kept a nd a lso where we beg a n the school year by enrol l i ng through this office. The Reg istrar knows a l l of us from A to F. It is he who has the job of seeing that a l l req u i rements a re met for gradu. ation. His responsibil ities a lso take him out of his office and into the classroom. Ma ny of us have found him a very thorough a nd i nteresting Span ish teacher. Always friend l y and kind, a l l of us have lea rned to appreciate C. H. Wiman.

C. H. WIMAN Re gistrar

TIBILEEN MOORE Secretary to the Registrar

ADELINE PREUSS AND FAYE SMITH Office Assistants

REC ORDER Mrs. McConnel l , better known a s U n c l e Charl i e's wife, is another one who works beh i n d the scen es. She is the one who prepares and mails our transcripts and who records our grade� at the end of each semester. Alway,s ready with a friendly smi l e and wel­ come, Mrs. McConnel l has won our friendshi p and respect.

MRS. C. A. McCONNELL Recorder

FIELD REPRESENTATIVE

Rev. Cecil

Knippers, col l ege field

representative, seems so busy that we seldom have a chance to see h i m . However, as his t i t l e sugg ests, h e is out on the zone the g reater part of the time working and presenting our school to the many churches on each district. This is Rev. Knippers first year to serve in this capacity, yet he has a l ready proven h i mself to be a zea l ­ o u s a n d ardent supporter o f o u r schoo l .

LIBRARY Always when we see Mrs. Wil l is we see a smile. Whether on the cam pus or in the l i brary she mai ntains a

friendly attitude.

She is understa nding of young people and always will ing to help i n time of need. She is never too busy to take time out to hel p us in our resea rch themes, or to find some book that we are in need of. Ma ny times we must have tried her patience by the way we disturbed in the library, but never did she become domi neering i n her attitude to足 wards our misconduct. She is so demanding of respect that a feel ing of warmth a n d ELIZABETH WILLI S Librarian

friendship i s a lways felt while i n h e r pres足 ence.

MRS. STANLEY WILSON AND MRS. ORIN DAVIDSON Assistants

MRS. Bill GARBER Assistant Librarian

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Always busy keeping track of books. Leta Mae Rhodes Mora Jane Le May, Mary Miller, Jo Ann Harris and Jerry Riggs. Loretta Eason, Leah Dell Phillips, June Williamson, and Janet Mackey amuse themselves by cataloging books.

VETERANS' OFFICE Have you heard or seen a nyth ing of my last month's a l lotment? May I have a requisition for th is book? Now that we have three in our family, just how do I go about getti ng my extra a l lotment? These are only a few of the many questions that Mrs.

H a l l ie

Smith,

veterans'

a dmin istrator,

meets

with every day. She is always ready to h e l p and aid in any way. There is nothing that she l i kes more than a lot of fun. HALLIE SMITH

Veteran ' s A dministrator

BETIY WALLACE Office Assistant

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DIVISION DIVISION OF, NATURAL SC IENCE Robert G. Lawrence, Acting Chairman The general purpose of instruction i n the Division of Natura l Sciences is to develop a o a ppreciative understa nding of the sciences. The 'division . has the further specific goals of providing thorough basic tra i n i n g for such professions a s medicine and nursing, and of prepa ring students to pursue graduate study in a n y of the severa l fields of science. Mr. Lawrence has done much to develop the department of biology. He has a lso been in charge of the campus beautification program. He is pro­ g ressive, efficient a n d a sincere Christian.

DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE Anne C. Greve, Chairman The Social Science Division of the col lege at­ tempts to orient students in an intel ligent a n d Christia n understanding o f the problems o f human relationships, of social adjustments, of civic and political responsibil ities, and of the impact and portent of technological a dva nces in the world order. Miss Greve, besides being the chairman of the Division of Social Sciences, is head of the home economics department, and a coordinator for the North Central Association of Colleges. Miss Greve has this yea r had the degree Doctor of Philosophy conferred upon her.

DIVISION OF H UMAN ITIES W i l l is B. Dobson, Chairman The Division of Huma nities includes the depart­ ments of Eng l ish, speech a n d foreign l an g uage. The m a jor objectives of the Division are to tra i n the student in the communicative ski l l s, to develop c u l ­ tura l and aesthetic val ues, a n d t o cultivate standards of taste a n d h a bits that wil l lead to the ful lest de­ velopment of the personal ity and prepare for useful Christian l iving. Mr. Dobson is a n outsta nding scholar with a vital interest i n l iterature and l a nguage. He is conscien­ tious and completely devoted to God, the school a n d the students.

CHAIRMEN DIVISION OF FINE ARTS Lester L. Dunn, Chairman The Department of Music and the Department of Art make up the Division of Fine Arts. Art instruction provides both cultural a n d voca足 tional tra i n i n g . Al l students in the department are encouraged to understand a n d appreciate art a n d music both for themselves and for their contribution to modern society. The objectives of the Division of Music a re such as will lead to the development of spirit-fi l led mu足 sicians capable of producing good m usic without losing freedom of expression. Mr. Du nn is director of the A Cappe l l a Choir and has done outstanding work a s director of "The Messiah . "

DIVISION OF RELIGION A N D P H I LOSOPHY Dr. L . C . Philo, Chairman The Division of Rel igion a n d Philosophy has for its goa l the cultura l, ethical and spiritua l development of each student according to his needs. Through a l l the i nstruction an effort is made to develop ha bits of clear thinki ng, tolerance, a n d love of truth a n d to encourage h i m to become a more responsible citize n . Dr. P h i l o is wel l-known for his outstan ding chapel messages. He is a true Bible scholar and has a genuine i nterest of his pupils at heart.

Dr. C. A. McConne l l , Dean Emeritus of Religion "Uncle Char l ie's" l ife and testimony have mea nt much to a l l of us. His home has a l ways held a warm welcome for those with spiritua l needs. The l iving room of his home has been a place of prayer for students and faculty a l ike. His lectures on holiness in Christian Doctrine classes have hel ped many of us to see more clearly this basic doctrine of our church . It is an honor for us to have Dr. McCon n e l l in our midst.

FACULTY

FRED FLOYD, Ph.D. Professor History

J. PRESCOTT JOHNSON, M.A. Assistant Professor Philosophy

RUTH SEARS TAYLOR, B.F.A.

VIVIAN CHAFFEE, A.B.

Instructor Music

Instructor Piano

J. RAYMOND PARKER Instructor Piano

RAMON UNRUH, B.Mus. Instructor Voice

Some memories that burn: long assignments, terrific examina足 tions, term themes, outside read足 ing.

FACULTY

J. D. IRWIN, M.A. Assistant Professor Music

RICHARD GRACE Instructor Art

CONSTANCE SPRUCE, M.A.

DON BEAVER, A.B.

Assistant Professor History

Instructor Chemistry and Physics

CARROLL HARVILLE, B.Mus.

Prayer before class, consistent Christian exam ples, competent instruction, motivation for learn足 ing . . . these are some that bless.

Assistant Professor P1ano

W. N. KING, A.M., S.T.M. Associate Professor R eligion

FACULTY

CORINNE E. KAUFFMAN, M.A. Instructor English

EARL V. GREER, M.A. Professor Mathematics

GERALDINE M. HUHNKE, M.A.

BLANCHE I. GARNER, M.Mus.Ed.

Assistant Professor Modern Language

Assistant Professor Music Education and Piano

JAMES R. GARNER, Ph.D. Professor of Political Science and History

DONALD WILSON, A.B. Instructor Physi�al Education

S leepy students on Mondays, late themes, make-up test's, and �rip­ ing about grades.

FACULTY

MARGUERITE CATE FULMER, M.A. Instructor English

J. ROBERT EMMEl, M.A. Assistant Professor Speech

KENNETH ROBINSON, B. D., M.A.

AliCE B. LEWIS

Assistant Professor Speech

Instructor Voice

IRENE CARLSON, M.S. in H.Ec.Ed. Perhaps they will remember some things about us.

Instructor Home Economics

VIRGINIA AYERS IRWIN, M.A. Assistant Professor Education

FACULTY

KENNETH P. FULMER, S.T.B. Instructor Religion

CAROL S. LUNDY, M.A. Assistant Professor Speech .and English

JACK RAIRDON, M.A. VERNON SNOWBARGER, M.A.

Assistant Professor SocLal Science

Associate Professor Sociology

DONALD DANSKIN, M.A. Assistant Professor B usiness

ALBERT FITZGERREL, M.Mus.Ed. Associate Professor Instrumental Music:

The faculty have given us mem足 ories that bless and burn.

OVE R S E E R S OF DOR M S & CAMPUS L IFE MR. & MRS. DON MOORE B arracks

We Learned to Appreciate Them All

MR. & MRS. JACK RAIRDON (and HAROLD) Fanning Hall

MISS RUTH WILSON, Nurse, and Ol VETIE CULLEY, A ssistant, Apply the Works to Dwight Dole.

MRS. MATilE JOBE

Matron of Jernigan Hall

MRS. MARY J. SEARS

Matron of Bud Robinson Hall

MRS. KATIE DRURY

College D ietitian, & Manager of Dining Hall

MR. EDDIE MILLER

Head of Maintenance

OUR PASTOR The College Church continues to stand as a b u l 颅 war k of faith as she endeavors t o boost the col lege, the district and the entire program of the entire church. It has been a thr i l l to become personally acquainted with students and to see them grow as radiant Christia n workers i n the friendly eva ngel istic atmosphere of the church this year .

REV. E. S. PHILLIPS

The Parsonage

As w e rem inisce over the things that w e have en joyed together this year in the Col lege Church, we remember the Opening School Convention with Dr. Benner, the fal l reviva l with Rev. Harold Vol k, the good instruction that we received with Dr. S. T. Ludwig, Mary Latham, a n d Dr. Orpha Speicher i n the Christia n Worker's Conference. Then to start off 1951 there was the e n joyable Opening School Con路 vention with Dr. Roy Smee. The c l imax of a l l came with the gracious reviva l 路 that God gave us under the m i nistry of Dr. Russel l V. Delong. Yes; it has been a good year, but with God's hel p greater years are ahead, a s the Col lege Church continues to make plans to provide the student body with the best in opportu nities to serve, to worship a n d to become more l ike the Master in a fri e ndly Christian a tmosphere.

The Phillips Family

PERS ONAL EVANGELISM GROUP

Dr. Ludwig Speaks During Leadership Training Week

Personal evangel ism p lays a very important part in the growth and progress of a n y church. With an u ltimate goal of winning souls for Ch rist, the group has set aside each Thursday evening for the purpose of c a l l i n g on the people i n the surrounding community. The g roup is composed of college students a n d townspeople a l ike. U nder /

the leadersh ip of Orvil l e Wi l liams, church visitor, a n d Bennett Dudney, director of rel igious activities, the group has strived to better relations between church and community. Throug h the work of the group m a ny new people have been brought into not only the church, but a lso Christ's fold.

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THE C OLLEGE CHURCH

The oldest institution of hig her learning in America, sta nding for life's h i g hest idea ls, bel ieving in God, tra i n ing for service, a n d deserving our loyal support is the Church. "Enter to worship; leave to serve" is the atmosphere a n d chal lenge presented by our faithful pastor of the Col l ege Church, Rev. E. S. P h illips. Throug h the ch urch and under his leadership the students of Betha ny-Peniel Col lege receive the spiritual strength needed to m eet their daily problems of l ife.

The Church Choir Under the Direction of Lester Dunn.

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JACK RAIRDON

N. Y. P. S. President

BENNETT DUDNEY, Director of R eligious Activities

Sunday School Workers' Conference

MRS. E. S. PHILLIPS, W. F. M . S. President

THE Directed by Prof_ Lester Dunn

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Monday Night Practice

Those of us who sang in the annual Christruas presentation of Handel's g reat oratorio, "The Messiah", u nder the capab l e d i rection of Pro­ fessor Dunn, can never forget those Monday evening rehearsals_ The beautiful m usic and the thri l l ing words, taken d i rectly from the Bible, brought inspiration to us even during periods of rehearsa l . We who sat i n the congregation o n that December Sunday evening will a l ways treasure g ratefu l memories of the exaltation that we felt as the choir and the soloists, the organ, the pia no, and the orchestra presented this inspir­ i ng oratorio_ The wai l i n g m inor of the overture in the introductory music to "Comfort ye my people"; the solemnly prophetic words of the first section the tremendous climax of "Wonderful! Counse­ lor!"; the triumphant chorus of "Glory to God in the highest"; the joy of the brilliant aria "Re­ joice greatly"; �nd the prophetic note again i n "He sha l l feed h is flock" and "His yoke is easy" . . . These we wi l l long remember.

ME SSIAH I n the second part the choir cal led upon us to "Behold the Lamb of God"; and then they sang of the agony of the Passion as a great and indivisible sorrow, beg inning with the pathos of "He was despised" and conclud­ ing with the tender stra ins of "Behold and see" The chorus ."A l l we l i ke sheep" led our thoughts off into the paths where once we had gone astray; then with the singi ng of "He was cut off" there came a g leam of hope. Soon they sang the triu m phant "Lift up your heads"; then led us on step by step to the thri l l ing "Worth y i s t h e Lamb." As the i nstruments beg a n to sound out the fam i l iar notes of the sublime "Ha l le l u ja h Cho­ rus", we in the audience stood with heads l ifted and hearts exa lted. The choir sang "Ha l lelujah!" and our hearts echoed with in­ tense adm iration and praise, "Ha l leluja h!'' Yes, memories of this oratorio wi l l be thank­ ful ly treasured. I t is the annual presentation of "The Messiah" in early December that re­ . news in our hearts the real spirit of Christmas and remi nds us of the triu m phant l ife of H i m whose birthday w e celebrate. ·

Soloists:

Evelyn R obinson, Contralto; Ramon Unruh, Tenor; Vivian Chaffee, Soprano;

Geron Brown, Baritone.

DR. HUGH C. BENNER

DR. R. V. DE LONG

REVIVALS Never can we erase from our memories the enriching experiences of our reviva ls and conventions which motivate our spiritual growt h . These times of spiritual emphasis are the greatest blessing we receive wh i l e attending Bethany足 Penial Col lege. The open ing convention of the first semester was con足 ducted by Dr. Hugh Benner, President of our Seminary, who helped us set our spiritual goals for this school year.

REV. HAROLD YOLK

Rev. Harold Vol k, with his i nspiring, sou l stirring messages, came to us for the fal l reviva l. Del ivering the messages of the open ing convention of the second semester in h is u n ique way was Dr. Roy F. Smee, executive secretary of Home Missit>ns and Eva ngel ism for t _h e Church of the Nazarene. Dr. Russe l l V . Delong, Dean of the Seminary, was the special speaker for the Spring Reviva l , which was a time of spiritual awake n i n g . After t h i s year at Betha ny-Peniel Col lege w e leave feel足 ing that Christ has first place in her activities and He must have first place in our l ives.

DR. ROY SMEE

FRESHMEN As a fresh m a n class we were welcomed to Bethany-Peniel Col lege by a group of eager sophomores. Initiation began at 4:30 A.M. The theme of our in itiation, Indians, was an un usu a l one. Several weeks after registration our class officers were elected. Bob U l rich was e l ected as student cou ncil representative but was cal led i nto the Navy. Bill Burch was elected to replace h i m . Maroon and white were chosen as our class colors. T h e girls' BILL SULLIVAN President

basketba l l team took second place in the Revei l l e Echo tournament, and a fresh man g i r l was crowned queen of the tournament. A very good class spirit was shown throughout the season . An early morning breakfast at Cam

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She l l y was a real treat to the freshm a n . The class party was a l so held there. These, plus class

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CORDOVA HAGIN Vice-President

LEAH DELL PHILLIPS Secretary

PROFESSOR ROBINSON Sponsor

PAT SUDDUTH Treasurer

BILL BURCH 2nd Semester Student Council Representative

BOB ULRICH 1st Semester Student Council Representative

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FRESHMAN Albertson, Mary Beth Anderson, Jennie Anthony, Joyce- ---- --- ---- -- - --- --Armstrong, Mary lee Arne«, Henry Arnold, Melvin Ayers, Shirley

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D�kerma� Doris 63 Dinwiddie, Emmit_ 69 Doggett, Benny 61 Dorough, Carolyn 68 Dungan, Wally 67 Dunn, Paul 72 Elkins, Charles_ 71 Elliot, Frank 69 Ellis, Doyle 65 Emil, Garnett 58 Ethridge, Jerry -------- ---- -------- --- ----5 6 ___________________________

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Gay, Thomas Gassen, Gerald George, Heidrick Ghent, loran Gibbs, Drucilla Gilbert, Don Glidden, Zella Goode, Herbert Goodman, Nelda Goodwin, PaL Grant, Mavis_ Gray, Bonnie

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Hagin, Cordova 65 Hagin, Frank 58 Hague, Clara 59 Hale, loveta 60 Hall, James_ 58 Hamilton, Paul 56 Harmon, Evelyn 66 Harrell, Johnny 56 Harrod, Marjorie 71 Hartman, Florence:_ 66 Hawkins, Naomi_ 69 Heavner, Pauline 56 Hembree, louise ---- ------- -- ---- - ----- -- ---5 6 Hendrix, Bonnie 64 Herr�k, Ralph 5 7_ Hightower, Wilma --- ----- -- -----�--- -- -----60 Hodgson, Bob 62 Hoffpauir, Stanley 71 Horst, Doris_ 71 Hoskins, 0. l. 57 House, Clariece ----- ----- --------- --------68 Howard, Beth 63 _Hutchens, Wineva 56 Hudson, MargeHa 69 Huhnke, Alfreda 72 Hunter, Dale 69 _ ________________ ____________

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McAllister, Beverly -------------------------56 McClaflin, A lice 57 McClain, Boyd 59 McCrary, Ruth - ------- -- -- -------- ------- -- 63 McCreery, Betty Jo 71 McCreery, Gene ---- -- -- --� --------- -------60 McGuffey, Wanda 69 MacArthu� June -- ---- ------------- ----- -- -61 Mackey, Janet --- -- ---- -------- ---- --------63 Meazell, Norman 68 Merril, Kenneth 61 _____ _______________________

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Meyers, Beverly ----------------------------56 Miller, Edna -- ---------- --- ------------- - --62 Miller, Joel --- -------- ------- --- ----- ------58 Millican, Norman 70 Millner, Dorothy ---------------------------64 Mitchell, G. D. 59 Montgomery, Wayne 68 Moore, Martha ------- ----- - ------- --- ----- 63 Moore, Maurice 60 Moyer, Verta ----- ---- ------ --- -- ---- -----72 Murray, Barbara 57 Myers, Glenn 70 __________________________

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Paden, Bernie 59 Payne, Glen --- ----------- ---- -----------70 Payne, Joy 59 Pendelton, John 67 Pel'ner, Dorothy 59 Perryman, Nita Rae 66 Peters, Thomas - ----- --- ----------- --- --- --- 64 Phillips, Elaine ----------- ---------------- -� 9 Philips, Leah Dell 58 Powers, Mary 59 Prentice, Carl 64 Prentice, George 61 Prichard, W. L. 70 _____________________________

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Reed, Ronny 65 Rice, Coleen - -70 Rhodes, A. T. - -- ---------- ----- ------------ 62 Rhodes, Dorothy 58 Roark, Doris 70 Roeber, Wilma 70 Rogers, John 68 Rogers, Martha 64 Roper, Denzil 63 Pos� Irma Lee 71 ___________________________ ___

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Sargent, Edna 62 Saunders, lla Mae 58 Scales, Eula Mae 57 Scales, Kenneth 68 Schneider, Corene 63 Schofield, Walter 62 Scudday, Wendel 60 Sharp, Mozelle 64 Shaw, Joy Deane -------------------------64 Sloan, Alfred 58 Sloan, Roy 69 Slothower, Belden 66 Smith, Kenneth 69 Smith, Lora Jane ---------------------------66 Snowberger, Wynona 66 Sooter, June 65 Spell, Curtis 68 Spoon, Darrel l 67 Stafford, Onus 57 Stanley, Robert 58 Steel, Ruby Mae 64 Stowe, Gu-Ree 63 Stroman, John --- -------- -- ---------� 67 Stroud, Charles 59 Stump, Bonnie ------57 Sudduth, Pat 63 Sullivan, Bill 61 Sullivan, Bill R . 63 Sull ivan, Irene 62 Sunderland, Pat 61 Sweet, Lois 58 Sweet Lola 72 Sykes, Jim _70 -----------------------------

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Waits, Eloise Walker, Rebecca Walton, Victoria Weber, Darry Webster, Clarence Westmoreland, Juanona White, Dottie White, Theona Wilson, Violet Whitsett, Don Widner, Charles Williams, Roy Wood, Margarette Quiring, Erma

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MELVIN BOWLUS WIN EVA HUTCHENS PAUL HAMILTON BEVERLY MEYERS

DAN I E L BROWN JOHNNY HARRELL PAULINE HEAVNER'

DON GILBERT

WILLIAM BATES

LOIS TYLER JOHN TAYLOR

FRESHMEN MAVIS GRANT JOHN YORK J E R RY ETHRIDGE

What Is Your Number Please?

BEVERLY McALLISTER LOUISE HEMBREE

KAY JOHNSTON EULA MAE SCALES

Freshman Exams . . . Ugh!!

0. L. HOSKINS BONNIE STUMP DARRY WEBER

CLASS OF 1 9 54 WYNONA JOHNSON BARBARA MURRAY

RALPH H ER RICK

ONUS STAFFORD

KENNETH TERRY ALICE McCLAFLIN VERLON BENNETT

HERBERT GOODE MARLYN BROUGH BETTY LOU DAVIS BOB BRITT

FRANK HAGIN LEAH DELL PHILLIPS JOEL MILLER ROBERT STAN LEY

ROBERT BRYAN JAM� HALL I LA MAE SAUNDERS

GERALD GASSEn

WESLEY TRACY

W. H. BONNER LOIS SWEET

FRESHMEN GARNEIT EMIL DOROTHY RHODES ALFRED SLOAN

Looks Just Like You,. Prof. Irwin

CLARENCE WEBSTER ANSEL LAMBERT

FRANCES COFFEY CLARA HAGUE

And Then You Go See Prof. . .

ROBERTA CLINE G. D. MITCHELL MARY POWERS

CLASS OF 1 9 54 DON WHITSETT JO ANN BURKHALTER

DOROTHY PENNER

DOTT I E CHASTAI N

BERNIE PADEN BETTY BOYD CHARLES STROUD

EDWARD KENNEDY MILDRED KIME BOYD McCLA I N JOY PAYNE

GENE McCREERY RHEA DICK MAURICE MOORE MARY BETH ALBERTSON

LOVETA HALE CHARLES JONES W I LMA HIGHTOWER

JACK CLINKINGHEARD

VERNON BROCKMAN

HAROLD TWINING ERMA QUI R ING

FRESHMEN DOROTHY BROWN JOHN BOWMAN PAT GOODW I N

Reachin' for it

WAULETA DAVIDSON WENDEL SCUDDAY

JACK FEURT ADO MARY BETH NUITER

Watcha Nose, Boys?

LOLA MAE COATES BENNY DOGGEIT LUCRETIA MAE CARTER

CLASS OF 1 9 5 4 ROBERT ZIMMERMAN JUNE MacARTHUR

J EDONNE KELLY

JOYCE ANTHONY

GEORGE PRENTICE PAT SUNDERLAND KENNETH MERRIL

CLAUDE LONG BEITY DANIELS BILL SULLIVAN VIOLET WI LSON

IRENE SULLIVAN WALTER SCHOFIELD EDNA SARGENT BOB HODGSON

ROBERT DEEDS MARY LEE ARMSTRONG A. T. RHODES

PAT BRITION

GERTRUDE RAYMER

BETTY D. DAVIS DICK OSBORNE

FRE SHMEN EDNA MILLER BILL FROST THEONA WHITE

Asleep on th' Job?

GRACE BROWN MELVIN ARNOLD

JANET MACKEY RAMONA BENNETT

Even Dr. Phillips Is Tickled

OPAL LADMAN CORENE SCHN EIDER MARTHA MOORE

CLASS OF 1 9 54 DAN J EN N I NGS PAT SUDDUTH

BETH HOWARD

LA VERNE DAYHOFF

DORIS DICKERMAN MARY ANN LUBBERS DENZIL ROPER

BILL R. SULLIVAN RUTH McCRARY RONALD COOPER GU-REE STOWE

CARL PRENTICE MARTHA ROGERS THOMAS PETERS RUBY MAE STEEL

MOZELLE SHARP BILL INGRAM MARTHA TROTTER

KAY TRUSSELL

DOROTHY MILLNER

FAY RUNN ELS LUTHER CLEGG

FRESHMEN ZELLA GLIDDEN BILL BURCH BON N I E HENDRIX

/' ve Seen It All

FRANCES FOX JOY DEANE SHAW

GEORGE DEHAIT HAROLD TYLER

Dog's Life

KENNETH BATEMAN J U N E SOOTER J I M JENN INGS

CLASS OF 1 9 54 VERNA FREY H E I DRICK GEORGE

ELOY CLEGG

RONNY REED

LORAN OGDEN CORDOVA HAGIN DOYLE ELLIS

PAUL ORNDOFF MARY LEA THOMPSON ELDRED VAN PELT THOMAS GAY

J ERRY YOESEL EVELYN HARMON BELDEN SLOTHOWER ELMA CHRISTENSEN

FLORENCE HARTMAN DEAN NOF FSINGER DOROTHY RUSHING

J U N E CRAIG

HENRY BLANCHARD

SHIRLEY AYERS TROY BROOKS

FRESHMEN NIT A RAE PERRYMAN JACK NANCE LORA JANE SMITH

Why That Fiendish Look?

WYNONA SNOWBARGER BOB ULR ICH

DOTT I E WHITE ALTON COSTON

Waiting for What Never Happened路

HENRY ARN ETT DRUCILLA GI BBS JOHN STROMAN

CLASS OF 1 9 54 LEONA CLIFTON DARRELL SPOON

ELOISE WAITS

WALLY DUNGAN

GRADY BOHANNAN TONI VAN BIBBER JOHN PENDELTON

BON N I E GRAY DOLORES BURWELL IVAN BARNHILL R EBECCA WALKER

JOHN ROGERS CLARIECE HOUSE KENN ETH SCALES J U N E VANDEGRIFT

NELDA GOODMAN DAVID RUTLEDGE ELIZABETH FREEBURG

CAROLYN DOROUGH

WAYNE MONTGOMERY

DOYCE LANDTROOP NORMAN MEAZELL

FRESHMEN DEE BRANDON ROY WILLIAMS RUTHIE K R E I E

The Freshmen Show Their . . . Talent???

NELDA CAMPBELL CURTIS SPELL

THU RMOND JOHNSON FRANCES CRUZAN

Whatcha Waitin For?

BESSIE FORD ARTHUR LEWIS WANDA McGUFFEY

CLASS OF 1 9 5 4 FRANK ELLIOT NORMA LEE BALES

ELA I N E PHILLIPS

NAOMI HAWKINS

EMMIT D I NWIDDIE MARGETTA HUDSON DALE HUNTER

KENN ETH SMITH J E N N I E ANDERSON ROY SLOAN DORIS BETTY

COLEEN RICE GLEN PAYNE PEGGY BAKER MADGE COLE

GLENN MYERS VIRGINIA I R V I N E NORMAN M I LLICAN

DOROTHY BROWN

DORIS ROARK

ELMER K N E E VELVA B U R R

FRESHMEN W. L. PRICHARD GAYLE CHANDLER LORAN GHANT

Youso Won Me To Mop Out Dis Closet?

J IM SYKES WI LMA ROEBER

BETTY JO McCREERY STANLEY HOFFPAUIR

How About A Shampoo?

CALVIN OYLER JUANONA WESTMORELAND DOROTHY BOWMAN

CLASS OF 1 9 5 4 EVA MAE COPE BARBARA J EAN JONES

DORIS HORST

CORINDA ROUGEOU

IRMA LEE ROSS CHARLES ELKINS MARJORIE HARROD

VICTORIA WALTON CHARLES WIDNER MARJORIE BATES LYNN LOUTHAN

DON FULMER LOLA SWEET DONALD FRITZ

.CLIFFORD BEALS VERTA MOYER

PAUL D U N N

CHARLES TACHED

MARGARETIE WOOD JAMES JANUARY

FRESHMEN CLASS OF 1 9 5 4 ALFREDA HUHNKE'

Who's the Dude with the "Hat"

SOPHOMORES

BOB LEFFEL President

Returning with a year's experience at col lege l ife, we the sophomores, felt much more at ease upon entering into college l i fe than a year ago as freshmen. While it seemed that something had taken an awful tol l from our membership, we came back with the determ ination to make this the best year of our l ives thus far. Nearly as soon as, if not before, registration was over we began making plans for freshm a n in itiation. We had been through it the year before 路 and l i kewise were ready to return the favor when the time came. I nitiation day, we feel quite sure, wi l l never be forgotten by the freshman class of '50-'5 1 . We also found time to get away from the g rind occasiona l l y for a party or social gather颅 ing. F i rst semester we had a hay rack ride out to Camp Don She l l ey. All of those who attended enjoyed an evening of fun and enterta in ment. Then came spring and the class banquet which was held at the Nichols H i l l s Country Club. This event, comjng as a climax to the school year, provided one and a l l with a delightful evening. Then too, we found time to attend class prayer meetings, which were inspiring and helpfu l . God's blessing was manifested and we were d rawn a step closer to H i m . With t h e halfway m a r k reached w e now look forward to the next two years. As we work and strive to reach the goal let us strive to please God in so doin g .

PAUL JOHNSON Vice-Pres.

PROFESSOR IRWIN Sponsor

MARTHA WINTER Treasurer

VIRGINIA ROGERS Secretary

JERRY RIGGS Student Council Representative

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Steele, Lee

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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

S1

7S

_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _

Mcinnis, Jeta Mae

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_____________________________

___ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_____________________________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Marrs, J. R. --------------------�----------79

Stevens, William

Martin, Don Miller, Bill

_______________________________

S3

Sutton, Kenneth

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _______

S4

Thoman, Dean

Miyanishi, Barbara Moore, Gene

n

_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

______________________________

Paris, Wendell

____________________________

Pearson, Norman Perkins, Edwin

Powers, Wade Pruit, Connie

S4

___________________________

S2

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

7S

____________________________

SO

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

S4

Quiring, Frank Quiring, Joan

76

______________________

_: _ _ _ _ _ _ Sl

so

___ ___________________________

Raiser, Suzanne

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

n

Ray, Bill -------�------- -------------------S1 Rhode� Bertus

_ ____________ _______________

Rhodes, Leta Mae Richie, James Riddle, Joan Riggs, Jerry

__________________________

_ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

___________________________

__ ________________________

76

79

7S

Usher, William

_____________________________

_____________________________

79

76 83

7S

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

79

______________________________

Waldraven, Maurice Watanabe, Grace

SO

White, Lynn

________________________

S4

n

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

79

___________________________

7S

_______________________________

Whitlock, Zelna

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Willingham, Elbert

79

_________________________

80

___________________________

S2

______________________________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Robinson, Clara Rogers, Virginia

S2

76

Winter, Martha

7S

____________________________

S4

___________________________

Woolpert, Keith

____________________________

Wooldridge, Syble

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

81

so

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

S3

Wright, Pal - - ---------------------- - - - - - - -82

S3

Wycoff, Marvene

________________ ______________

76

Yarbrough, Bob

76

Young, Tom

Rowland, Ernest Rushing, Ulus

Wilson, Raymond

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Rosfeld, John -----------------------------71

Saunders, Don Sears, Keith

76

Whatley, Harold

n

S1

____________ _________________

SO

79

n

______________________________

Tyler, William

Waits, Jesse

S3

S3

____________________________

_____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Wadley, Tex

77

76

Trent, Wanda Sue

Tyler, Virgil

S2

___________________________

Trammel, Mordell

Turner, Fred

82

- - - - - ---- --------------------

_ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

___________________________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _________________________

n

79

so

CLARA ROBINSON GENE MOORE J ETA MAE MciNN I S FOY BULLOCK

BOB GREEN DONNA GARDNER MORDELL TRAMMEL

KEITH SEARS

BOB McGINTY

WILLIAM TYLER WILLIAM STEVENS

SOPHOMORES DELFERD SLOAN JO ANN HARRIS RICHARD KNUTSON

City Sophistication vs. Mountaineer Ruggedness

DEAN THOMAN DON SAUNDERS

NAOMI JOYCE MAX I N E CHENOWETH

On the Air but Off the Beam

BARBARA MIYANISKI ROBERT HENDRICKS WI LMA CROOK

CLASS OF 1 9 5 3 JO ANNE PETIY JO KREIE

FAY STEARMAN

JOAN R I DDLE

HARRI ETIE DUNN JOHN ROSFELD SUZANNE RAISER

GRACE WATANABE LESLIE STALLINGS MARVENE WYCOFF Ell CYPERT

TEX WADLEY SHELDA HODGSON MAURICE LEGE MARTHA WINTER

LYN N WHITE J ESSE ANDERSON ARLENE BOND

BETTY McCURTER

FRED TURNER

NEVA K I F E R ALVIS DICKERMAN

SOPHOMORES MARTHA BEVILL KENNETH BRYANT ANNA NELL KING

"Them's My New Slippers!?!

WANDA EASTMAN EDWIN PERKINS

RUTH HERREN VIRGIL TYLER

Redwing, Shoe-Polish Face

JESSE WAITS MORA JAN E LEMAY HENRY JANZEN

CLASS OF 1 9 5 3 MARY LOU BROWN JAMES RICH I E

ZELNA WHITLOCK

J. R. MARRS

GENE MOORE WANDA SUE TRENT BOB YARBROUGH

PAUL JOHNSON CAROL BROWN ING MI LTON McCREERY HAROLD WHATLEY

FRANK Q U I R I NG BERTUS RHODES LETA MAE RHODES WILLIAM BOHANNAN

ANDREW COPE PEGGY GRAHAM BOB LEFFEL

ELBERT WILLI NGHAM

MAX GREEN

BUDDY LITTLE CON N I E PRUIT

SOPHOMORES BI LLY RAY ALLEN SYBLE WOOLDR IDGE LEROY GUYETT

Lost Respects to the Hatchet

GLENN DODSON TOM YOUNG

KEITH WOOLPERT BETTIE BRITTAIN

What Did You Do, Mrs. Irwin?

FAITH SHORT BILL RAY MAR I E HUDSON

CLASS OF 1 9 5 3 JOE BOZMAN BETTY JEAN HASTINGS

VANITA HARROD

ROWENA BENNETT

LEE STEELE V I DA S H I PPY JOHN BARRON

WADE POWERS VIRGINIA CAMPBELL ROLLY FOSTER WILDA EATON

ROY SMITH BETTY KETCHUM J ERRY RIGGS LYLE SPANGLER

MABLENE HARGROVE NORMAN PEARSON MARGERY DAVIS

KEN DICK

GARLAND JOHNSON

GENE GORE DORIS COSTON

SOPHOMORES PAL WRIGHT SALLY JONES RAYMOND WILSON

That Is a Mighty Enduring Smile

RICHARD JONES GLEN ADAMS

MIKE COURTNEY ULUS RUSHING

Sticky Stuff for Stuffing Students

DON MARTIN J ER RY McCLAFLIN KENNETH SUTION

CLASS OF 1 9 5 3 LEO BI RDWELL GLENN BAILEY

DON COODY

TOBY ELLIS

WAYNE EDWARDS DOLLIE HOSTETLER J I M STARK

ERNEST ROWLAND LETA MAE CARLISLE WILLIAM USHER HERMAN FALES

LUTHER DENNIS

WENDELL PARIS JOAN QUIRING

LEO LEHMAN

CANTLEY GEORGE

DORSEY K I R BY MAURICE WALDRAVEN

SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 1 9 5 3

V I R G I N I A ROGERS BILL MILLER

"Dem Bones"

JUNIORS

The class of 1 952 is sma l l in n u m ber, but l arge in achievements. Being a wel l-rounded class we have had a good athletic program . A junior boy took the championshi p i n a tennis tourna ment a t the beginning of the year. Through the footbal l season we foug ht a hard fight, and with the beg i n n i n g of the basketba l l season we started out with a junior girl bei ďż˝ g crowned queen of the J a m boree. JOHN KNIGHT President

Besides the class parties and clasďż˝ prayer meetings, other memorable events of this year have incl uded a lyceum presenting Edgar G. Raines, lecturer a n d comed ian, and our a nnual

banquet for the seniors

g iven at the Persian Room of the S kirvin Tower Hotel in Oklahoma City. Altogether the experiences of the past year have been educational and e n joya ble.

WENDELL SHARPTON Vice-President

JERRY HOLMAN Treasurer

DR. FLOYD Sponsor

WILLODENE SAUER Secretary

LECIL BROWN Student Council Representative

J U N I OR

P ICTURE I NDEX 91

De long, Marilyn - - ------------------------92

88

Down� Evdyn - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - ---93

Ammel, John ----�-------------------------88

Eason, Harold -----------------------------91

Baxter, Donald

Abbott, Jock

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Ammel, Donna Bradley

90

_________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

95

Engle, Ruth

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

94

Ferrez, Fredondo

__________________________

91_

Fetters, Bob ---------------------------- - - -93

89

Fitzgerald, Robert - - -------- ---------------- -94

93

Foust, Thomas -----------------------------92

Bennett, Charles Bolerjack, Francis Brannon, Wilbur Briggs, Doretho

______________________

___________________________

____________________________

- - - - - - - - -------- ----------------

88

_ _ ______ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _

Brink, Ellene -------------------------------92

Garber, Thomas

Brown, Denton --------------------------- - -95

Gatlin, Jock ----------------- --------------91

Brown, lecil --- ---------------------------88

Gee, Patsy --------------------------- - - ---90

Browning, Donna

91

Green, Josephine ----------- ------ ------ - - --92

Bumpu� John -- ---------------------------88

Grout, Robert - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -90

Burnes, Cecil

Gunn, Gordon - - ---------------------------94

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____________________

94

_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Burton, Bill -----------------------------�--.94

94

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

92

88

Hole, Helen -------------------------------88

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

94

Hawkins, Floyd

______________________________

92

Haynes, Carol

__________________________

89

Herren, Hillis

_____________________________

89

Hobet, Helen

94

Hodges, Rolph

Campbell, Pauline Cargill, Vernon Cosey, Rolph

Guy, Mary Ann

___________________________

Chambers, Gene Chaney, B. P.

__________________________

Chapman, Norma lee -- - -- - - -, ----

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ ________________________

__

95

---------------------------92

___

---------------------------91

___

---------------------------95 95 _

_______________ ______________

Chinn, Ted ----- --------------------------91

Holman, Jerry --------------------------- - -92

Cornwell, Don

Hoover, D. C.

_____________________________

94

______ _______________________

90

Cox, Betty - -- - - ---------------------------92

lmel, Evelyn ---------------------------- - - -90

Craig, Carl

93

Knoll, Groce - - - - - - - --- -

90

Krey, Pot

94

King, Gene -------------------------------95

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

93

Knight, John

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

94

McBurnett, Helen ---------------------------88

Dillard, Carl ------------------------------94

McCrory, Mary ------------------------ - - --89

_ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Crenshaw, Don

____________________________

Culwell, Harold Daniels, Helen Davis, Della

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___

-

_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

---------------------------------

______________________________

89

89

94

McGinty, Daniel McClaflin, Dale

___________________________

Shippy, Harlan

95

Shropshire, Annette

93

Shur ley, VVayne

94

Slusher, Charles - - - - ------ - ------- ---- -- ---88

____________________________

Maddu� Maynard Maiden, Harold

95

_________________________

____________________________

Smith, Bob

May'>, Alvin - --------- -- ------ ---- -------- -93

Smith, Faye

Mead, June

89

Steele, Herb

92

Stipe, Charles

93

Stowe, Jo Anne

95

Thompson, James

91

Tryon, Charles

93

Tucker, Daniel

93

Turman, Van

91

Uerkvitz, David

91

Uerkvitz, Esther

90

Upchurch, Avanele

88

VVeiszbord, Alma

90

VValker, Edith Mae

Moon, Fred

_______________________________

Moore, Darrell Nored, Jerrie

____________________________

___________ ____ _______________

Morris, Maxine

____________________________

Moyer, Velma

_____________________________

Murry, Modena Oakes, Francis Oshiro, Alice Pagan, Keith

_____________________________

______________________________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Pierce, Melvin Powell, Ellen

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_____________________________

______________________________

92 90

_______________________________

___________ ____________________

90

89

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

91

____________________________

_________ _________________

91

89

_____________________________

_____________________________

90 91

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _

90

____________________________

88

________ ____________________

VVal l ace, Betty

Rainbolt, Patsy Ruth --------------- --------- -88

VVatson, Elbert

Raymer, lona

VVatson, Lawrence

89

95

_ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Prince, Bill - ------------------------- ------88

_ _ ____________________________

94

_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Martin, Mary lou ------ -- ---- - -------------88

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

91

_ __________ _________________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

93

__________________________

94

_________________________

93

_____________________________

_______ __________ __________

90

89

_

90

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Reep, Frances -------- -------------------- -88

VVatson, Naomi

Reiff, lucy

92

VVatt, Glorene

93

VVestlund, Harold

89

VVilliams, Betty

90

VVilliams, Robert ---------�---------�-------90

91

VVood, Elton

________________________________

Rhodes, Freda

_ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Rhodes, VVanda Rogers, Homer Rogers, VVanda

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ ______ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

____________________________

_

__ __ _ __ _ _ _ __ _______ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

89

____________________________

89

____________ _________________

89

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ __ ___ __ _ _ __ ___ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

93

92

______________________________

Rosefeld, Florence --------------------- - --- -92

VVood, Margarette

Sauer, VVillodene

89

VVoods, Arston ----------------------- --- ---88

91

VVuester, Terry

92

Yarbrough, Peggy

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Saunders, Margretta Sharpton, VVendell

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

95

_________________________

___________ _ _ _ _______________

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_______________

94

93

ARSTON WOODS FREDANDO F E R R EZ MARY LOU MARTIN CHARLES SLUSHER

PAULINE CAMPBELL BILL PR i NCE FRANCES REEP

-

HELEN McBURN ETT

LECIL .BROWN JOHN BUMPUS

JUNIORS HELEN HALE PATSY RUTH RA INBOLT MELVIN PI ERCE

It's Moisturized

JOHN AMMEL DONNA BRADLEY AMMEL

ESTHER U E RKVITZ

HAROLD WESTLUND WILLODENE SAUER

Rastus, I Don't Want to Marry You

PAT KREY CHARLES TRYON NAOMI WATSON

CLASS OF 1 9 5 2 GENE CHAMBERS WANDA RHODES

IONA RAYMER

MARY McCRARY

ELBERT WATSON GLORENE WATT CHARLES STI P E

WILBUR BRANNON JUN E MEAD B. P. CHANEY GRACE KNOLL

KEITH PAGAN EVELYN IMEL D. C. HOOVER ELLEN POWELL

HOMER路 ROGERS DAVID U ERKVITZ RUTH ENGLE

LAWRENCE WATSON

ROBERT GROUT

PATSY GEE DAN I E L TUCKER

JUNIORS DON CRENSHAW HER拢 STEELE AVANELE UPCHURCH

Who Let the Cat Out of the Bag?

FAYE SMITH ROBERT W I LLIAMS

JO ANNE STOWE FRANCIS BOLERJACK

Post Puts Up a Big Front

JAMES THOMPSON WANDA ROGERS FRANCIS OAKES

CLASS OF 1 9 5 2 MARGREITA SAUNDERS H I LLIS HERREN

ALICE OSH I RO

HARLAN SHI PPY

TED CHINN MAX I N E MORRIS JACK ABBOIT

VAN TURMAN DONNA BROWN ING HAROLD EASON JACK GATLIN

WENDELL SHARPTON ELLENE BRINK FRED MOON J E RRY HOLMAN

MARY ANN GUY JIM BURR MARILYN DE LONG

LUCY R E I F F

BOB SMITH

CAROL HAYNES RALPH CASEY

JUNIORS BETTY COX THOMAS FOUST FLORENCE ROSFELD

That Ain't Tea, That's Corn

JOSEPH I N E GREEN ELTON WOOD

ALVIN MAYO VELMA MOYER

....

SSServing SSears SSweetcake and SSoda Pop

DORETHA BRIGGS CARL CRAIG HELEN DANIELS

CLASS OF 1 9 5 2 DARRELL MOORE BETTY WALLACE

FREDA RHODES

MODENA MURRAY

PEGGY YARBROUGH MAYNARD MADDUX EVELYN DOWNS

BETTY WILLIAMS BOB FETTERS ALMA WEISZBORD ROBERT FITZGERALD

CHARLES BENNETI DELLA DAVIS CECIL BURNS HAROLD CULWELL

VERNON CARGILL HAROLD MAIDEN NORMA LEE CHAPMAN

DON CORNWELL

CARL DILLARD

JOHN KNIGHT EDITH MAE WALKER

JUNIORS TERRY WUESTER ANNETIE SHROPSH I R E BILL BURTON

GeHin' Acquainted-Without Shoes

THOMAS GARBER GORDON GUNN

J . 路 T. MEADOR

Bro. Phillips Seems Bored With It All

DENTON BROWN HELEN HOBEL

c路LASS OF 1 9 5 2 DONALD BAXTER FLOYD HAWKINS

DANIEL McGINTY

J E R R I E NORED

MARGARETIE WOOD GENE KING

WAYNE SHURLEY RALPH HODGES DALE McCLAFLIN

SENIORS

BILL DRAPER President

DON OWENS Vice-President

MARY JEAN PADEN Treasurer

Wel l , I didn't think I 'd make it, but here it is May 29, 1 95 1 , and my d i ploma is waiting for me on tbe platform. When I receive that rol l of paper I a m supposed to be better able to meet the chal lenge of l ife. What wil l the future hold? Can you imagi ne?-four years of college l i fe beh ind me. Oh, the memories they hold-Fresh m a n orientation . . . Fresh m a n exams . . . registration . . . Fresh man in itation . . . Sophomore tests . . . class banquets . . . class breakfasts . . . prayer meetings . . . Lyceum programs . . . parties . . . revivals . . . athletic defeats and victories . . . chapel programs . . . Senior comprehensives . . . Senior week with its one day trip, party at Wi l l Rogers, Fine Arts Program, and that memorable day when we ta ught classes . . . dedica足 tion of the Carillonic Tower Bel ls . . . Bacca laureate . . . Commencement-Oh, yes, Commencement足 Goodness, I haven't heard a word that has been said because of my wandering mind. Maybe we were a g reen bu nch of freshmen but we have reached our goal as seniors and w i l l become B-PC g raduates. Congratulations are in order-we made it!

PROF. RAIRDON Sponsor

VIRGINIA CLEM Secretary

MARVIN SNOWBARGER Student Council Representative

SENIOR PICTURE INDEX Alexander, Nina Mae Alsobrook, McRichey

___________________ _ _ _

11S

Draper, Bill

________________ _ _ _ _ _ _

1 01

Eason, Loretta

___________________ _ _ _ _ _ _______

_____________________________

Ande�on, Jean ----------------------- - - - - 1 03

Evans, Mary Jeanne

Andrews, George ------------------------ - 1 1 4

Farr, Audrey

Attaway, Charles

1 19

Fechne� Charles

---------------- ------ 1 07

Foster, Bonnie -

Ayers, Craig Bas� Dale

_ _ _________________ _ _ _ _ _ _

_______

___ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ ____________________

Baldwin, Howard

-

--------- - ----

-

_________

1 12 l 09

___ _ _ _ _ _ _______ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

111

_ _ _ _ _ __________________ __ _ _ _ _

1 01

________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

--

-- - - - - - -

-

-

---

- -

-

_______

1 17 1 06

111

Frederick, Civilla ------------------------ - - 1 1 2

1 16

Freeburg, Sidney --------------------------1 OS

Bayles, Virjeane ------------------------- - - 1 1 7

Frey, Kenneth

Beals, Ivan --------------------- - ------- - - 1 04

Garber, Bill - - ---------------------------- 1 02

Black, Wayne

1 1S

Garber, Bud ------------ - - ------------ - - - 1 06

1 07

Gardner, Frankie

_______________________ ______

Bohannan, Luther

__________ ________________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

___________ _ _ _ _ ________ _ _ _

1 07

1 03

Bonnette, Robert ----------------- ------- - - 1 06

Gardner, Johnny -------------------------- 1 03

Bordelon, Helen ------------- -------------- - 1 1 S

Garsee, Berniece

Cantrell, Wanda

1 06

Garsee, Jarrell --------- -------------- --- - - 1 08

--------- ------------ - - - - 1 02

Gholson, Lawrence ------------------------ 1 09

Carlisle, Harold

_________ ________________

___

Cavanaugh, Harrison

______________________

1 13

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _________ _ _ _ _

l 08

Gilham, Thomas -------------------------- - 1 1 8

Clary, Betty ------------------------------ 1 04

Gilley, Marvin

Clegg, Nita

1 16

Goen, Donald

___________

1 1S

Green, Yvonne

_______ _ _ _ _ _ _ ______ _________

1 00

Greiner, George

1 06

Greiner, Kathleen

1 1S

Grout, Dean ------------------------------1 OS

1 01

Grundy, Paul - - ------------------------ - - - 1 1 6

_ ________________ _ _______

1 00

Hammerstrom, Leroy - - � ------------------ - - 1 1 4

__________________ _________

1 02

Hampton, Charlotte

_____________ _________________

Clem, Virginia --- - - -

Cloud, Dennis

�oburn, Thurman Cooper, Joan

---

---

--

--

__________________________

_____________________________

Commons, Vesta

________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Cox, Tommye June Culley, Olvette

__

-------------------------- 1 1 1

_______________________ _ _ _ _ _

1 17

___ _ _ ____ _ _ _ ______________ _ _

1 03

_ _ _ _ _________________ __ _ _ _

-

--- - - - --- - - -

-

-

-

_ _ _ _ ____

1 08 1 08

_____________ ___________

l OS

_ _ _ _ _______ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ __ _ _ _

1 12

Davidson, Orin - ------------------------- - 1 1 7

Harpe� Paul

Davis, Wayman

1 12

Harrell, Charles -----------

_ _ _______

1 10

Harris, Hubert

________________ _ _ _ _

l OS

Harrison, Charles ----------------------- - - 1 00

-- - ----- - ---- --·- - - - - -- - --- 1 03

Henderson, Margaret ------------------- - -- 1 09

1 06

Herrick, James ---------------- ------------ 1 1 3

_ _ _ _____________________ _ _ _

Delong, Carolyn

__________ _ _ _ _ _ _

Dimond, Minnie Blanche Dole, Dwight Downs, Ralph

___

.:_

___ __________________ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

--

------

-

_____ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _________

111 1 12

_ __________________________

1 13

Perryman, J. E.

___ _ _ ___________ ______ _________

1 04

Phillips, Virginia

Hillery, Wilma Hobel, Lee

_

___________________________

115

_ ____________ __ _ _ _ _ _______

1 14

Hoffpauir, Larry ------------------------- - 1 1 4

Post, Gene

Hogan, Emma Jean

1 07

Preuss, Adeline

1 04

Riddle, Melvin - - - - - - - - --- - -·-- - - - - - - - -- - - - - 1 08

111

Robnett, C. E.

111

Robson, Lester

1 00

Roper, Wanda

Johnston, Johnny - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ---------- - - 1 1 0

Ruble, Warren

Joiner, Hal

1 16

Runyon, Francis

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

1 05

Scofield, Lois --

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____

1 04

________________ ___________

1 12

Holman, Edsel Horton, Don

- - - - - - - - - - -· - - -

_

_____________

______________________________

Horton, Marie Isaacs, R. H.

_________ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

_______ ____________ _ __________

_____ _ _ _ _ ______________________

Jones, Charles Ray -- - - -

Jones, Orville

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SENIORS

MORRIS NEAL, A.B. in Business and Economics; Bethany, Okla., Echo Staff Photographer, Library Assistant.

CHARLES HARRISON, Bethany, Okla.,

( not graduating i n May ) .

MORRIS NEAL

TOMMYE J UNE COX,

A.B. in Speech, Waco, Texas. Th .B., Woodward, Okla.

D ELBERT LANHAM,

LAVELLE WILLEY, A.B.

in Psychology, Bethany, Okla.

DENNIS CLOUD,

Higgins, Texas, (not graduating i n May) .

ADELINE

PRU ESS, A.B. i n Religion, Wichita, Kansas, Dorm Council,

Missionary Band,

French Club, Treble

Choir, Treasurer J u n ior Class, Who's Who.

CHARLES HARRISON

DELBERT LANHAM

TOMMYE JUNE COX

LAVELLE WILLEY

DENNIS CLOUD

ADELINE PREUSS

MORRIS MATSON

VESTA COMMONS

GORDON STANGELAND

McRICHEY ALSOBROOK

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 MORRIS

MATSON,

A.B.

in

Spanish,

Midland,

Texas; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Tea m.

VESTA

COMMONS, B.S. in Home Economics, Hutchinson, Kansas; Treble Choir;

S peech

Cl ub; Christmas

Chorus; Vice-Pres. of Home Ec. Cl ub; Prayer and Fasting; Meek Missionary Society; Sunday School teacher in Primary and Beginner Dept.

AUDREY FARR

CHESTER VANCE

GORDON

STANGLAND, B.S. in Business; Footba l l ; Basket足 bal l ;

Softba l l

and

Track;

B-Ciub.

McRICHEY

ALSOBROOK, A.B. in Rel ig ion-Ph i losophy.

AUD足

REY FARR, A.B. i n Education, Texarkana, Texas; Prayer and

Fasting; Honor Society; Missionary

Band; Sec'y of French Club;

F.T.A.

CH ESTER

VANCE, A.B. in Music, Hutchinson, Kansas; Or足 chestra; Span ish Club; I . R.C. Music Club.

STANLEY

WILSON, A.B. in History, Bethany, Okla.; Mission足 ary Band.

STANLEY WILSON

SENIORS

HAROLD CARLISLE, Th.B., Bethany, Okla.; Vice­ Pres. of Gospel Team; Pres. of Gospel Team (two years); Student D irector of Rel i g ious Activities; HAROLD CARLISLE

Senior Class Chaplain. Bethany, Okla.

KENNETH WRAY, Th.B.,

LUTHER BOHANNON, A.B. in

Rel igion, Bethany, Okla.

OLVETTE CULLEY, A.B.

i n Psychology, Ta l ih i na, Okla.; Missionary Band; Prayer and Fasting; Honor Society; Speech Club. CLI F F TAZELAAR� A.B. i n Rel igion, Bethany, Okla. ; Prayer a n d Fasting; Christmas Chorus.

MYRTLE

MOORE, B.S. in Home Economics, H i l l City, Kans.; Band; Pres. of Home Ec. Club; F.T.A.; ARROW Staff.

BILL GARBER, Bethany, Okla. (not gradu­

ati ng i n May) .

KENNETH WRAY

LUTHER BOHANNON

OLVETTE CULLEY

CLIFF TAZELAAR

MYRTLE MOORE

BILL GARBER

JEAN ANDERSON

FRANKIE GARDNER

JOHNNY GARDNER

DWIGHT DOLE

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 J EAN ANDERSON, A.B. i n Psychology, Atlanta, Ga .;

Echo Staff; Cheerleader;

Staff.

F.T.A.; ARROW

FRANK I E GARDNER, A.B. in Engl ish, Beth足

any, Okla.; Speech Club Treas.; Honor Society. JOHNNY GARDNER, A.B. in Chemistry, Betha ny, Okla.; Student Cou ncil;

F.T.A.;

Committee; Chemistry Assistant.

Faculty Studies

VERLIN PARSONS

YVONNE GREEN

DWIGHT DOLE,

Th.B., Omaha, Neb.; Student Cou ncil Representa足 tive.

VERLIN PARSONS, A.B. in History, Milton足

va le, Kans.; F.T.A.; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Tea m.

YVONNE GREEN, Th.B., Augusta, Ka ns.;

Prayer and A.B.

Fasti ng.

MARVIN SNOWBARGER,

in Biological Science, Dodge City, Kans.;

Honor Society; Male Choir; Student Cou ncil (two years); Missionary Ba nd; Prayer and Fasting; Bi足 ology Club; Christmas Chorus; Editor Reveille Echo; Who's Who.

MARVIN SNOWBARGER

SENIORS

LEE

HOBEL,

A.B.

in

Rel igion,

Cedar

Springs,

Kansas; Missionary Band and Prayer and Fasti ng. IVAN BEALS, A.B. i n Religion, Honor Society; A Capella.

LEE HOBEL

BETIY CLARY, Mason, Texas, (not gradu足

ating i n May ) .

ORV I LLE JONES, A.B. i n Speech,

Clarksdale, Miss.; Vice-Pres. Fresh man Class, I . R.C., Pres. Speech Club, F.T.A., Pres. Associated Student Body, Who's Who.

EDSEL

HOLMAN, A . B.

in

Speech, Merigold, Miss.; President of I . R.C.; Student Council Representative 1 949-50; Vice-Pres. of Stu足 dent Cou ncil years);

Who's

1 950-5 1 ; Cha p l a i n A Cape l l a Who.

GLENN KI RBY,

A.B:

(2 in

History, Kansas City, Mo., Senior Ath letic Director, B-Ci ub, B-Ciub President 1 950-5 1 , A l l School Foot足 ba l l , A l l School Basketba l l . B . S . in

MARY J EAN PADEN,

Business Administration, Omaha, Nebr.;

Sec'y-T reas. of Prayer a n d Fasting; T reas. of Senior Class.

\

f

IVAN BEALS

BETTY CLARY

ORVILLE JONES

EDSEL HOLMAN

GLENN KIRBY

MARY JEAN PADEN

SI DNEY FREEBURG

MINNIE BLANCHE DIMOND

DEAN GROUT

EVELYN MEWES

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 SIDNEY F REEBU RG, A.B. in Relig ion, La J u nta, Colo.; Missionary Band; Prayer and Fasting; Mis足 sionary Society.

MINNIE BLANCHE

D IMOND,

A.B. in Speech, Betha ny, Okla.; Gospel Team; Vice-Pres.

Speech

C lub;

Honor

Society;

F.T.A.

DEAN GROUT, A.B. in Business and Economics, Bethany, Chorus.

Okla.;

Basketba l l ;

F.T.A.;

CHARLOTIE HAMPTON

CHARLES RAY JONES

Christmas

EVELYN MEWES, A.B. in Rel igion, Fair足

bury, Neb.; Prayer and Fasting; Missionary Band; F.T.A.

CHA RLOTIE HAMPTON, B. of Mus. in

Ch urch Music, Atlanta, Ga .; A Cape l l a ; Ch ristmas Chorus; Dorm Council; Basketba l l .

CHARLES RAY

JONES, Lufkin, Texas (not g raduating in May). BILL LAKEY, A.B. in Rel igion, Neodesha, Kans.; Editor of ARROW 1 950; Honor Society; Associate Editor of ARROW; Pres. of Student Council for Summer 1 950.

BILL LAKEY

SENIORS

BUD GARBER, A .B. in Religion, Bethany, Okla.; Honor

Society;

Band;

Christmas

Chorus

(four

years); Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team; Male Choir; Echo Staff. JAMES STEWART, Th . B . , Beth足

BUD GARBER

a ny, Okla.

BONN I E FOSTER, A.B. i n Religion,

Cleo Springs, Okla. Psychology,

THURMAN COBURN, A.B. i n

Bethany,

Okla.;

Honor

Society.

RALPH DOWNS, B.S. in Mus. Ed., Betha ny, Okla.; F.T.A.; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; Christmas Chorus.

WANDA CANTREL-l, B . F .A . i n Art, El .

Reno, Okla.; B-Ci ub; Artist for Echo; Winner of Art Contest 1 948; F.T.A.

ROBERT BONNETTE, A .B.

i n Relig ion, Betha ny, Okla.

JAMES STEWART

BONNIE FOSTER

THURMAN COBURN

RALPH DOWNS

WANDA CANTRELL

ROBERT BONNETTE

LOIS SCOFIELD

R . H. ISAACS

WANDA ROPER

JOHN SHOWALTER

CRAIG AYERS

EMMA JEAN HOGAN

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 LOIS SCO F I ELD, B.S . in Bus. Ed., Amaril lo, Texas; A Capel la Choir; Music Cl ub; F.T.A.

R. H. ISAACS,

B. Mus. in Church Music, Bethany, Okla.; Col l ege Quartet (three years); Christmas Chorus; A Cape l l a , Pres. and Vice-Pres.; Music Cl ub; Oklahoma State Symphony Choir. Ed ., Lawton, Okla. Bethany, Okla.

WANDA ROPER, B.S. in Bus. JOHN SHOWALTER, Th.B.,

CRAIG AYERS, B.S. in Education,

Bethany, Oklo.; F.T.A.

EMMA J EAN HOGAN,

A.B. in Religion, Pine B luff, Ark.; Treble Choir; Missionary Band Treas.; Prayer and Fasting; F.T.A. KENNETH FREY, A .B. i n History, Bethany, Okla.; Honor Society; Col lege Marsha l .

KENNETH FREY

SENIORS

B. A. PATTON, Th . B ., Terrel l , Texas.

KATHLEEN

GREINER, A.B. in History, Bethany, Okla . ; Prayer and B. A. PATION

Fasting;

Missionary

Band;

Gospel

Team .

GEORGE GR E I NER, Th.B., Bethany, Okla.; Gospel Tea m.

MEL Y I N R I DDLE, Th.B., Pontiac, Mich. (not

g raduating in May).

FRANCIS RUNYON, Th.B.,

Bethany, Okla.; Missionary Band, Honor Society. BERNIECE GARSEE, .B . Mus. Ed., Bethany, Okla. JARRELL GA RSEE, Th .B., Betha ny, Okla.

KATH LEEN GREINER

MELYIN R IDDLE

GEORGE GREINER

FRANCIS RUNYON

BERNIECE GARSEE

JARRELL GARSEE

WESLEY SULLIVAN

DONALD MOORE

MARGARET HENDERSON

JAMES TOEPFER

LORETTA EASON

LES TURNER

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 DONALD MOORE, A . B. in Rel ig ion, Bethany, Okla.; Pres. of Freshman a n d Sophomore Classes; Vice­ Pres. of Gospel Team; Student Representative on the Educational Zone; Pres. of Prayer and Fasting (two years); assistant in Preacher's Workshop Sun­ day School Class; Master of Ceremonies at J u n ior­ Senior Banquet; Master of Ceremonies at J a m boree (two years); All School Softba l l ; B-C iub; Who's Who (two years); Counselor of Men's H a l l .

WES­

LEY SULLIVAN, A.B. in Biolog ical Science, Long­ view, Texas; Track, Footba l l ; Senior Cheerleader; Biology Cl ub; Missionary Ba nd.

MARGARET H EN­

DERSON, B. Mus. Ed. in Vocal Public Schoor Music, Iota, La.; Echo Staff; ARROW Staff; Sec'y-Treas. of Prayer and Fasti ng; Treble Choir; A Cape l l a ; . Col lege Trio. JAMES TO EPFER, T h . B., Bethany, Okla .

LOR ETTA EASON, A.B. in Biologica l Sci­

ence, Bethany, Okla.

LES TURNER, B.S. Bus. Ed.,

Cleo Springs, Okla.; F.T.A.; Honor Society.

LAW­

RENCE GHOLSON, Th.B., Bethany, Okla.

LAWRENCE GHOLSON

SENIORS

CAROLYN D E LONG, A.B. i n Psychology, Kansas City, Mo.; French Cl u b; Gospel Team; Treble Choir 1 949-50; Christmas Chorus.

JOHNI E SWANN,

Bethany, Okla. (not graduating in May) .

CAROLYN DELONG

MARY

MILLER, A.B. in Rel igion, Trinidad, B.W. I.; Sopho足 more Faculty Representative; Sec'y-Treas. Mission足 ary Band; Sec'y Honor Society; French Club; Sec'y . Student Cou ncil; Who's Who; Vice-Pres. Missionary Band; Treas. Treble Choir.

JOHNNY JOHNSTON,

Bethany, Okla. (not graduating in May ) . SONNEVIK, May) .

MILTON

Bethany, Okla. (not graduating i n

GENE POST, A . B . i n Psychology, Grand

Isla nd, Nebr.; B-C i u b; Footba l l ; Basketbal l ; Track; A l l -School Basketbal l and Softbal l ; Reve i l le Echo; F .T.A.

GENEVA WADS, B.S. in Mus. Ed., Calumet,

Okla.

JOHNIE SWANN

MARY MILLER

JOHNNY JOHNSTON

MILTON SONNEV I K

GENE POST

GENEVA WADS

MARY JEANNE EVANS

MARIE HORTON

DON HORTON

MARVIN GILLEY

CHARLES HARRELL

WINIFRED OAKES

CLAS S OF 1 9 5 1 MARY J EAN EVANS, B.S. in· Bus. Eco., Sec. Sci ., San Benito, Texas. History,

Bethany,

MAR I E HORTON, A.B.

Okla.;

F. T.A.;

Gospel

in

Tea m .

DON HORTON, A . B . i n Relig ion, Bethany, Okla.; Basketba l l ;

Vice-Pres.

Chaplain (three years) .

of

Gospel

Team;

Class

MARVIN GILLEY, Beth­

any, Okla. ( not graduating i n May ) .

CHARLES

HARRELL, A.B. i n Relig ion, Little Rock, Ark.

WINI­

FRED OAKES, A.B. in Biology, San Benito, Texas; Biology Club; Reveille Echo Staff; ARROW staff; Cheerleader; Gospel Team and

Dorm Council .

DALE BASS, B.S. in Math, Dixon, Neb.

DALE BASS

SENIORS

WAYMAN DAV IS, A.B. in Religion, Pear l , Texas; Class Chaplain.

S IDNEY KNOX, Th. B., Lubbock,

Texas; President of Missionary Ba nd; Prayer and Fasting; F .T.A.

WAYMAN DAVI S

CIV I LLA FREDERICK, A.B. i n Psy足

chology, Bethany, Okla.; Missionary Band; Prayer and Fasting; Archery; Basketba l l .

HUBERT HAR足

R IS, A.B. in Rel igion, Betha ny, Okla.; Honor So足 ciety.

BILL DRAPER, A.B. in Rel ig ion, Queen City,

Texas; Ath l etic Director of Class; School Athletic Director; Vice-Pres. of J u n ior Class; Pres. of Senior Class; Who's Who.

MARY LOU KELSO, B. of Vocal

Mus. Ed., Lone Tree, Iowa; Sec. of F.T.A.; Music Club.

PAUL HARPER, A.B. in Biblical Literature,

Kirwin, Kansas; B-Ciub; Track; Missionary Band; Gospel Team .

SIDNEY KNOX

HUBERT HARRIS

CIVILLA FREDERICK

BILL DRAPER

MARY LOU KELSO

PAUL HARPER

C. E. ROBNETI

CHARLES LANGFORD

JUNE WILLIAMSON

JAMES HERRICK

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 CHARLES

LANGFORD,

Th.B.,

Bethany,

Okla.;

Pres. of French Club. C. E. ROBNETT, Th.B., Beth足 any, Okla.

J U NE WILLIAMSON, A.B. in Psycholo足

gy, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Sec'y Student Council; Sec'y Junior Class; Jamboree Queen; Who's Who; Vice-Pres.

Dorm

Cou ncil ;

Treas.

French

Club.

WILMA H ILLERY

HARRISON CAYANAUGH

JAMES HERRICK, Farmington, N. M. (not gradu足 ating in May ) .

WILMA H ILLERY, B.S. i n Business

Education, Russe l l Springs, Kansas.

HARRISON

CAVANAUGH, A.B. in Rel igion, Bethany, Okla.; Ba nd.

GEORGE MULLINS, Th.B., Bethany, Okla.;

Honor Society.

GEORGE MULLI NS

SENIORS

GEORGE ANDR EWS, A.B. i n Rel ig ion, Royersford, Penn . ; Colleg e Quartet; A Capel l a .

LARRY HOFF­

PAU I R, Bethany, Okla.; (not graduating i n May ) .· V I RGI NIA PHILLI PS, B.S. in Ed., Des Moines, Iowa;

GEORGE ANDREWS

� .T.A.; Editor of F.T.A. page in O . E.A. J ournal. ROY LEMMONS, A.B. i n Economics-Business, Beth­ a ny, Okla.; Orchestra; Band; Male Choir; F .T.A. LEROY HAMMERSTROM, B.S. i n Bus. Adm., Omaha, Neb.; Vice-Pres. of class; Honor Society Vice-Pres.; Boys B-C i u b (three years); Class Ath l etic Director. HALLI E SMITH, B. Mus., Bethany, Okla.; Music Club; I . R.C.; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team . PAUL SMITH, Th.B., Betha ny, Okla.; Prayer and Fasting;, Gospel Team .

LARRY HOFFPAUIR

ROY LEMMON S

VIRGINIA PHILLIPS

LEROY HAMMERSTROM

HALLIE SMITH

PAUL SMITH

V IRGINIA CLEM

WAYNE BlACK

J. E. PERRYMAN

NINA MAE ALEXANDER

HELEN BORDELON

WILLIAM McGILL

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 WAYNE BLACK, A.B. in Relig ion, Longview, Texas; Basketbal l ; Vice-Pres. of Prayer and Fasting; Vice­ Pres. of Senior Class of '50; Business Manager of ARROW.

V IRGINIA CLEM, B. Mus. in Piano, Fort

Scott, Kansas; Music Club; Honor Society; Sec'y of Class; A Capel la; Prayer and Fasting. MAN, Th.B., Bethany, Okla.

J. E. PERRY­

NINA MAE ALEX­

ANDER, A.B. in Religion, Hutc h inson, Kansas; Mis­ sionary Band; Prayer and Fasting; Honor Society; French C lub; Treas. of Girls B-C i u b; Good Sports­ manshi p Award 1 950.

H ELEN BORDELON, A.B. in

French, Marksvil le, La.; F.T.A.; Missionary Band; Basketba l l .

WILLIAM McGILL, B. Mus. Ed., Carmi,

I l l . ; Orchestra; Band; Christmas Chorus; Honor So­ ciety; Echo Staff; F.T.A.; Faculty Studies Committee. JOAN COOPER, B.S. in Home Economics, Bethany, Okla.; Treble Choir; Band; Home Ec. Club Vice­ Pres.

JOAN COOPER

SENIORS

PAU L GRUNDY, Th.B., Bethany, Okla.

HOWARD

BALDWIN, A.B. in Rel ig ion, Palacios, Texas; Band; Honor Society; Prayer and Fastin g .

N ITA CLEGG,

A.B. in Religion, Bethany, Okla.; Missionary Band;

PAUL GRUNDY

Prayer and Fasting; Meek Missionary Chapter. S H I RLEY N EWMAN, A.B. in Religion, Joplin, Mo.; Dorm Pres.; Meek Missionary Society Pres.; Church Office Sec'y.

HAL JOIN ER, Th.B., Lake Charles,

La.; Prayer and

Fasting; Gospel Team .

RUTH

MILLER, A.B. in Religion, Trinidad, B.W. I . ; Mission足 ary Ba nd; Prayer and

Fasting; Honor Society;

Treas. French Club; Facu lty Studies Committee; Winner of ARROW Essay Contest; Treble Choir; Reveille Echo; Basketba l l Queen; Senior Girls Ath足 letic Director;

Sec'y Meek

Missionary

Society.

LESTER ROBSON, A.B. in Art, Bethany, Okla .

HOWARD BALDWIN

NITA CLEGG

SHIRLEY NEWMAN

HAL JOINER

RUTH MILLER

LESTER ROBSON

VIRJEANE BAYLES

ORIN DAVIDSON

MARIE SMITH

DONALD GOEN

JACK SOOTER

J. C. WHITENER

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 V I RJ EANE BAYLES, Bethany, Okla . ( not graduating in May ) .

ORIN DAV I DSON, Bethany, Okla. (not

graduati ng in May ) .

MAR I E SMITH, A.B. i n Re足

lig ion, Wichita, Kans ; Missionary Ba nd; Girls B足 C!ub; Meek Missionary Society.

DONALD GOEN,

Bethany, Okla. ( not graduating i n May) .

JACK

SOOTER, A.B. i n Math, Bethany, Okla.; Honor Society; F.T.A. Ga.

J . C. WHITEN ER, Th.B., Dalton,

CHARLES FECHN E R, Th.B., Bethany, Okla-.

CHARLES FECHNER

SENIORS

EUGEN E TWI N I NG, A.B. i n Speech, Betha ny, Okla. CAROLYN WOODEN, A.B. i n Education, Tulsa, Okla.; Missionary Band; Pres. of F.T.A.; Prayer and Fasting.

EUGENE TWI NING

THOMAS G ILHAM,

A.B.

in

Religion­

Philosophy; Student Pastor (two years).

DON

OWENS, A.B. i n Rel igion, Oronogo, Mo.; Vice­ Pres. Boys B-C i u bj Vice-Pres. Sophomore Class; Dorm Council; Student Director of Religious Activi­ ties; Who's Who; Col lege Quartet; Sportsmanship Award 1 950; Softbal l ; Footba l l ; Track. PAUL WILL­ WERTH,

B.

of Mus., Betha ny,

WALDEN, U lysses,

Okla.

ERNEST

Kansas; Chemistry Assista nt;

Who's Who; Faculty Studies; Head Host in Din­ ing

Hall;

Honor

Society;

Dorm

Cou ncil;

Bus.

Manager of ARROW; Assistant Ed. of Echo; College Quartet; A Capel la; Male Choir; Christmas Chorus; Music Club; Prayer and Fasting; Missionary Band; Gospel Team; Baseba l l .

RUTH MAN EY, B. Mus.

Ed., Burkburnett, Texas; Pres. of Jernigan H a l l .

CAROlYN WOODEN

THOMAS GilHAM

DON OWENS

PAUl WillWERTH

ERNEST W AlDEN

RUTH MANEY

CLASS OF 1 9 5 1 WARREN RUBLE

CHARLES ATTAWAY

WARREN RUBLE, A.B. in Religion, Oklahoma City, Okla.

CHARLES ATTAWAY, Monument, Kansas

(not graduating in May ) .

LEWIS (Chick) MASON,

Bethany, Okla. (not g raduating in May ) . CHICK MASON

ROBERT WI LLIAMS DORIS BULLOCK ROBERT H U F F LUCILLE C H I N N

PAT BURNS RUSSELL HARRIS

W J . POGUE

MARY JO DU FOUR

PEARL LUCKEY

CLARENCE WILLIS BETTY RUNYON

SPECIALS

MARVIN LUMLEY WILMA DILLARD B I LL ROUGH

The Mr. & Mrs.'s Show Their Appreciation For Mrs. Drury

TH ELMA CULWELL

DARLENE TOEPFER

Paul! D i d You Drop that Book o n Purpose?

STERLING ACTON JOAN MYERS JONAH DRYE

SPECIALS G. D. BALDWIN BILL BURNSIDE

ROY MARTIN

H E N RY WHITE

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Jo Ann Lowers the Boom

Travelin, or going some where?

Bud Robinson Dorm Council

Feathers a flyin'

Popcorn a Ia heating stove

Everyone seems to be sprucing

The Toni parlor

BOYS' D ORMS

Bail Out!

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Looks as if Jdrry Has Konked Out

Tired of Waiting, Fellows?

Whose Dime Was It?

You Are My Sunshine .

Elbert is Going to be Unhappy when he Wakes Up in the Drag

What a Way to Cram

MR. & MRS.

B ertha Willwerth Blows Reveille for Paul, Dead to the World

Jarrell Stuffs B efore Going to Work

"The Thing"

Dick Breaks the Monotony with a Song

Bride and Groom, Jerry and Ed Holman

Ralph and Evelyn Downs Study the MacArthur Story

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Prof. Rob inson Helps Daughter, Jenifer, Celebrate Her 2nd Birthday.

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Tell her what you really think!

No clues here

Cleaning the affic

Them city visitors !

"The Dear Departed" Returns

Country Boy Cooper

I won't give him up !

New England Farmers

BANQUETS

Camera Conscious, Gene?

Don't Look So Bored, Peggy

Waiting for Dessert

Bill, the Ray

The Freshmen "Hide-Out" at B everly's Hide-Away.

R eally, Beverly, You Must Be Mistaken.

The Big Wigs Go Into a Huddle.

Look at the Dignitaries at the Sophomore Banquet.

Charles, Did You Tell that Joke?

The Juniors and Seniors at the Skirvin Tower Hotel.

What's Prof. Robinson Up To? , . ,

THE D R AG O N INN

ORVIllE WilliAMS, proprietor first semester

Sundaes, Sodas and Straws

Is that a Flying Saucer, Mac?

1 0:00 pm Interlude

WAYNE SHURLEY, proprietor second semester

Mail Time

Diggin for Gold, Wayne?

Everyone seems to be Camera Shy

WINTRY FROLICS

Hillis, you beHer watch out

We all had fun, including the Profs

Shaking off the excess

Which one is the tree?

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Turn about is fair play

Dog pile!

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CLASSES & STUDIE S

Studying for a Change

The Well Patronized R eading Room

\ďż˝ . The Lab Boys

Book Worms

Diversion from Studies

Esto Muy Bueno

Double Decomposition Asleep on the Job

A CAPPELLA TOUR

With trustful Charles Rice at the wheel, the mem足 bers of the A Cappel la Choir, Prof. and Mrs. Dunn boarded the Greyhound Bus that transported the choir to seventeen Nazarene Churches in Oklahoma, Ah - What a Life !

Kansas, and Nebraska. The congregations responded favorably as the choir sa ng with freedom the sacred classics, negro spiritua ls, and gospel songs.

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continual ly, and l istening to singing, laughing and ukelel ies, the a ppreciation of the members for each other didn't lessen, but i ncreased. Having traveled over 2,000 mi les o n their annual tour, the choir re足 turned to Bethany and school l ife, feel ing their own l ives had been enriched, and aware of the fact that they had been a blessing at the various churches where they had sung.

Looking Down at Our Bus From The Top of Nebraska's Capitol.

Chow Down in Lincoln

Some Choir-Members Visit the Capitol at Lincoln

A Scenic Bit of Western Nebraska

Easter Sunday Morning at Dodge City, Kans.

WORKING STUDENTS

Hot Rolls for Supper

The Full Time Kitchen Crew

Everybody Has His Fingers in On this One

The Campus Boys

Dishwasher's Brigade

Bob and Max Pass the Food

The Painters

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FACULTY REC ITALS

LESTER DUNN Tenor

CARROll HARVILLE AND DORIS VAUGHAN, Pianists

GRADUATE

VIRGINIA CLEM Pianist

Tommye June Cox in "Merchant of Venice"

Gene Twinning i n "Merchant of Venice"

RECITALS

Betty Clary in "Mary"

Minnie Blanche Dimond in " Speaking of Operations"

Paul Willwerth, Trumpeter

CERTIFICATE RECITALS

GENE CHAMBERS Tenor

PEGGY YARBROUGH Piano

HARRIETIE D U N N Soprano

GERRY HOLMAN Soprano

MARGRETIA SAN DERS Piano

DICK CAMPBELL Trombone

MARTHA WINTER Piano

SENIOR LYC E UM Featured together in the sen ior lyceum program on October 6, were Ken Wright, nationa l l y known organ­ ist, and Rev. R. T. Wi l l ia ms, J r., WKY's "Si nging Pastor." Mr. Wright has had his own radio program with station WKY for several years and recently has been made one of their loca l television artists. Mr. Wil l iams, pastor of the F i rst Church of the Nazarene, Okla homa City, a l so has a reg ular radio program and is ac­ companied by Mr. Wrig ht at the org a n . Mr. Wi l l iams a l so has his own television program of favorite hymns on Sunday afternoon. After Mr. Wi l l ia m s sa ng several wel l -known semi­ cl assics, Mr. Wright played a program of miscella­ neous, ending with a musical contest in which the audience participated.

KEN WRIGHT & R. T. WI LLIAMS, JR.

S TUDENT C O UNCIL LY CEUM Lytle Powe l l , professor of piano at the University of Okl ahoma was presented by the Student Cou ncil in a lyceum program Tuesday evening, March 20. Mr. Powel l received his Bachelor of Music degree from Baylor University at the age of 1 7, and after graduation went to London where he studied under Tobias Matthay. He is one of two in this country who holds the teacher's di ploma from that school as wel l as an honorary artist's p layer di ploma. He has performed as soloist with the New Orleans P h i l h a rmonic orchestra and the Springfield Sym­ phony, S pringfield, Mo. The prog ram incl uded Beethoven's "Appassionata" Sonata, three intermezzos and the E flat ma jor Rhap­ sody by Brahms and six Chopin Etudes.

LYTLE POWELL

AYCOCK LECTURE S Once each semester a series of lectures is g iven presenti ng the practical side of the Christian m i nistry to those of us who are preparing for Christian service. These lectures are provided by Dr. and Mrs. J arrette E. Aycock and Reverend and Mrs. Whitcomb Harding. General Superintendent Dr. Samuel Young was the speaker for the fal l lectures. His theme was John Wesley, and i n h is own characteristic and u nique man ner, Dr. Young cla rified the position of the Church of the Nazarene in relation to John Wesley. We wi l l not forget h is resounding c h a l l enge, "You don't have to com mit i ntel l ectual suicide to be a Christian"

DR.

SAMUEL YOUNG

Rev. Norman Oke, Director of Christian Service Tra i n i ng for the general Church of the Nazarene, was the speaker for the spring series. In his subject, "Our Protestant Heritage", Rev. Oke graphically pictured our protesta nt salvation, freedom, responsib i l ity and future i n five profound lectures. We are grateful to the Aycocks and Hardings for making these lectures possible, and the men who m i n istered to us out of their rich experiences, i n helping prepare us for a greater l ife o f service.

REV. NORMAN OKE

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REV. ROBERT CHUNG

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STUDE NT The students of Betha ny-Peniel Col lege a re very fortunate to have on their campus .a form of self足 government which is representative of the entire student body. Each class is represented, as wel l as the rel ig ious organizations and the two student-sup足 ported publ ications. A l l members a re elected by the student body or the i ndividual classes. The purpose of the Student Cou ncil is to represent the students. It a lso has tried to provide the students with good social entertai nment. Ma ny parties were sponsored throughout the year. Among them the A l l 足 PECK JONES, President

School Get-Acquainted party at t h e beginning o f the year, and then the Christmas party just before we left for the holidays. The married students were a l so treated to a party a l l their own this year. Again we were not slighted in the sp r ing when the Council provided for the last a l l -school party. The Council has a lso continued the work started last year i n the Student Lou ng e by equipping it with a stove and refrigerator. The Student Cou ncil has a lways found both the students and the administration very co-operative in all that it did.

Student Council Members: Peck Jones, Don Owens, Edsel Holman, Jerry R iggs, Bill Burch, Elbert Watson, Lecil Brown, June Williamson, Marvin Snowb arger, Prof. J. Robert Emmel, R alph Hodges.

C OUNCIL

President Sponsor

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Vice-President

Peck Jones

J. Robert Emmel

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Edsel Holman

Rel igious Director --路路----------------Don Owens Reveille Echo Editor Arrow Editor

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Junior Representative

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Ralph Hodges

Marvin S nowbarger

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Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative

Sponsor

El bert Watson

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Senior Representative

PROF. J. ROBERT EMMEL

Lecil Brown

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Jerry Riggs

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Bill Burch

EDSEL HOLMAN Vice-President

DON OWENS

D irector of R eligious Activities

JUNE WILLIAMSON Secretary

Ohe <Reveille 8cho With t h e co-operation o f t h e student body a nd faculty members, your Reve i l l e Echo has been able to conti nue publ ish i n g a n i m partial account of the cam pus news of B-PC i n a way which maintained h i g h col leg iate journal istic standards. ELBERT WATSON Editor

Although we rea l ized that it was impossible to publish a paper which would meet with everyone's approval,

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features, news and views i n each issue to make interesti ng reading for the student body as a whole. The staff has worked h a rd to achieve this goal and we feel that the good response of the students to . the paper has made our efforts worthwh ile. Activities of the staff other than working on the paper included two parties and the sponsorsh ip of the fifth a n n u a l Reve i l l e Echo Basketba l l Tourna足 ment.

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paper by t h e four classes, who took a more active part than ever before in the Tournament. Satisfied that we have done our best to produce a paper that was of service to you, the student, we bring Volume 2 1 of The Reve i l l e Echo to a close. ERNEST WALDEN AND J IM BURR Associate Editors

Staff Members: Clegg.

Carol Haynes, Francis Oakes, Winnie Oakes, Gordon Gunn, Annette Shropshire, Jean A nderson, Luther

STA F F OF REVEIL LE ECHO

Student Editor

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Business Manager

El bert Watson

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Lecil Brown

Associate Editors 1 st Semester

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2nd Semester

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J i m Burr

Ernest Walden

Reporters: June Sooter, Geneva Watts, Ann Nel l King, Don Sa nders, Lucretia Carter, Joan Stowe, Wayne Montgomery, Toni

Van

Bibber, Donna

LECIL BROWN

B usiness Manager

Browning, Bill Ray, Suzanne Raiser Sports Editors: F ;ancis Oakes, Carol Haynes, June McArthur Society Editors_

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Annette Du Bois, Jean Anderson

Feature Editor --------------------Winnie Oakes Feature Writers: Minnie Blanche Dimond, Mora Jane Lemay, Virginia Phil l i ps Religion Editor---------------------- Don Moore Proofreader Columnists

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Leah Dell P h i l l ips

Peck Jones, Don Owens, Iva n Beals

Typists: Mary Miller, Gerry Nored, Betty D . Davis, Sally Jones Photographers

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Circulation Managers

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Morris Nea l , Harold Tyler

Gordon Gunn, Luther Clegg

Faculty Co-sponsors E. Boyd Shannon, James Garner Harold Tyler and Morris Neal, Staff Photographers; Prof. Shannon and Dr. Garner, Sponsors.

Staff Members: Don Sanders, Marvin Snowberger, Geneva WaH, Bill Ray, Anna Nell King, Tom Garber, June Sooter, Ivan Beals, Suzanne Raizer, Minnie Blanche Dimond, Coleen R ice, Mary Miller, Dan Jennings.

RALPH HODGES, Editor

A year at B-PC is someth ing long to be remem足 bered. It has been a year that has had both its ups and downs. Probably, however, the most im足 portant things will not be remembered, but wi l l be sta m ped upon our l ives and activities i n the years that are ahead. The things which wil l so long l inger in our m inds are too n u merous to mention here a nd that is why we, the staff, have worked and pla nned together to bring you this the '5 1 ARROW. We have prepared it with the idea i n mind of g iving to you in a ta ngible way someth ing that wou l d as near l y as possible represent our lives and activities d u ring the year. We u nderstand that the book is not perfect in any respect and that some will be bound to feel that they have been left out. This ca nnot be prevented but we do want to say that we have tried to present that which is most representative of our l ife.

Bill LAKEY, Associate Editor MRS. CAROl LUNDY, Sponsor

Staff Members:

Darrell Moore, Winnie Oakes, Sally Jones, Peggie Yarbrough, Jim Herrick and Jean Anderson.

As editor I would not feel right without g 1vmg thanks to those who have hel ped to make this year足 book more than just a dream or possibil ity but rather a real ity. I a m glad to be able to say, without exaggerati ng, that I have had a staff that has co足 operated to their fu l lest extent. Not one of them has shirked his duty but rather has come around many times and asked if there wasn't someway they cou ld help. That means a lot on a job of this size. This year's sponsor, Mrs. Carol Lundy, and adviser, Miss Kauffman, have g iven aid and g uida nce many times during the year. There are others who are a lso greatly appreciated on the staff-the writers, photog ra phers, and defi足 nitely the business manager. Co-operation has made this yearbook possible. Not only co-operation from the staff, but from every member of the faculty and student body. As you turn the pages, not only this year but i n the years to come, we hope the '5 1 ARROW wil l bring pleasant memories to you .

WAYNE BLACK, Business Manager

GENE CHAMBERS, Photographer M I S S KAUF FMAN, Literary Advisor

Staff Members: Tom Garber, Jerrie Nored, Marilyn DeLong, Ramona BenneH, Luther Clegg.

PRAYER AND FASTING Every Friday _noon from twelve to one o'clock a pproximatel y 1 50 college students and townspeople gather in the college church for a n hour of prayer and fasting. There is no set pattern, no formu l a by wh ich th is service m ust progress. It is a service i n wh ich God is honored a n d His Spi rit is fol l owed. We who attend find the Prayer and Fasting service to be the height of spiritu a l blessing a mong the school activities. The Friday noon service is to a l l of us a "Sweet Hour of Prayer."

President

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Vice-President

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Secretary-Treosurer Sponsor

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Don Moore

Wayne Black

Mary Jean Paden

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Fred F loyd

GOSPEL TEAM We who attend Gospel Tea m are beg inning to rea l ize what a contribution it has made to our l ives this year. Our Gospel Team services are characterized by en­ thusiasm and freedom in the -Spirit. These services promote the spiritual l ife on our campus by em phasizing evangel ism . Our Gospel Team has g rown this year i n spiritua l ity as wel l as in n u m bers. Ma ny ti mes the services have · been c l i maxed with souls seeking God at an altar of prayer. He has richly blessed us in our efforts together.

President

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Vice-President Treasurer S ponsor

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June MacArthur, Corrine S nyder, Ruth

Carlisle, Dr. Row

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Violet

King,

Dorothy Wilson,

Lucy

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Doris

Hillery, Beverly Row

Sponsor,

Velma

Coston,

McAllister,

Krie,

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Darre l l Moore

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Cloroice

Pa l Wright

W. N. King

House, Pal Wright, Darrell Moore, Harold

Garber, Ralph

Downs, Evelyne

Downs,

Evelyn

Burr, Mary A n n

Lubbers, Dottie

White,

Wilda Eastland, Harriet Dunn,

Martha

Leta Mae

Winters,

Margretta

/ mel, Bill

Prince.

Sanders, Mary Armstrong, lmra Ross,

Wilma

Carlisle.

Gordon Gunn, Zela Glidden, Virginia Rogers, Margette Hudson, Sybil Woolridge, Naomi Watson,

Reiff,

Don

Crenshaw,

Mackey,

Faye

Stearman,

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Verlin

Parsons,

4,

Tom

Harold Carlisle

Della

Maxine Wilma

Davis,

Shelda

Chenowerth,

Hodgson,

Sue

Crook, Cordova

Shirley

A yres,

Wynona

S n owberger,

Janet

Trent.

Hagin,

Betty Davis, Beverly Meyers, Don

Whittset, Bill

Sullivan, Don Moore, Lee Steele, Bill Burch, Ivan Barnhill, Dale Hunter, Bob Fetters, Bob Hendricks, Way­ man Davis, Don Sanders, Herb Steele, Bernie Paden, Jo Krey.

MISSIONARY BAND Our Missionary Band is a campus org a nization, promoted chiefly by the cal led m issionaries, but a nyone who is in足 terested in m i ssions may attend a nd take part in our services. Each week on Thursday eveni n g we meet in the Science H a l l Chapel a nd our services are both inspirational and i n formative. Each year our Missionary Band sponsors Missionary Em足 phasis Week. This year Miss Ma ry Scott, General Secretary of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society, was the special speaker. Her m i n istry was an inspiration and blessing to a l l . Under capable leadership o u r Missionary Band h a s gone forward for God . This year we raised over two thousand dol l a rs for our m issionary work i n the P h i l ippine Islands.

MISS MARY SCOTI, Missionary Emphasis Week Speaker, poses with Don and Sid.

A number of our m issionary students g a ined va luable experience and rendered capable service by working in m issions i n the neg lected sections of Oklahoma City. Some of us who attended Missionary Band feel God's call to go, others of us to stay, but a l l of us desire .to help spread the news of sa lvation to those who wait to hear it.

Pres: cent

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Vice-President_ Secretary

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Sid ney Knox Mary Mi l l er

Adeline Preuss

Treasurer----- -- ----- --- --- -- Emma Jean Hogan S ponsor

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SPEECH CLUB Epsi lon Gamma Sigma has two main objectives: to promote better speech by g ivirig a general knowledge and su rvey of the many fields of speech, and to l i ft the speech sta ndards on the campus. To become a member of the club one must have three hours of speech or be enrol led in three hours of speech. This year, outside of regular club meetings, the group worked on a project of choral reading to be presented in a chape l prog ra m. The club took part in many different activities and social functions, in accord with their objectives, during the past year.

President _ -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Wend e l l Sha rpton Vice-President Secretary

Minnie Bla nche Dimond

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Evelyn

I mel

Left to right: Prof. Emmel, sponsor; Virginia R ogers, Donna Browning, Betty Cox, Ken足 neth Dick, June Sooter, Victoria Walton, Vesta Commons, Leah Dell Phillips, Evelyn lmmell, Gordon Gunn, Rhea Dick, B ill Burch, Mary Martin.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The purpose of the I nternational Relations C l u b is to study international affairs a n d a i d i n promoting peace. The sma l l n u m ber of members has favored i nformal, d iscussion type programs at our semi-month ly meetings. I m portant questions facing nations today have been dis足 cussed with a l l members participat i n g . T h e I . R. C. hel ped i n securing Dr. Wa ldo Stevens, wel l 足 known radio commentator of Oklahoma City, as a chapel speaker during U nited Nations Week. Mr. Henry J a nsen, former i ntel l igence officer, spoke to us on three d ifferent occasions.

DR. JOHN PETERS, Chapel Speaker

Lecil

Brown

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Delores Brannon Benny Doggett Dr. Garner

President

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Secretary-Treasurer

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Sponsor

Henry Blanchard, Richard Knutson, Benny Doggett, Loren Ogden, Lecil Brown, Dr. Garner, Wendell Sharpton, Leona Clifton .

MUSIC CLUB We who are members of the Music Club wi l l carry with us some very - happy memories of this organiza足 tion: The i nspiring and interesting monthly meetings, Bennye Don Peck's recita l , the fi l ms and lectures, the program given by Professor Lytle Powel l from Okla足 homa University's music department, and the very amusing masquerade party last October at Camp Don Shel ley. We' l l remember, too, the efficient leadersh ip of our officers and the hours of thought and work that they spent for our amusement and instruc.t ion.

President

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Vice-President Secretory Treasurer Sponsor

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Richard

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Geneva Watts Betty Wa l lace

Ca rro l l Harvi l l e

R o w 1 : Dick Campbell, Geneva Watts, Wi/lodene Sauer, B etty Wallace, Virginia Clem, Carl Craig. Row 2: Margaret Henderson, Charlotte Hampton, Margretta Sanders, Mary Armstrong, Peggy Yarbrough, Margery Davis, Wanda Rogers. Row 3: Eula Mae Scales, Martha Winters, Sybil Wooldridge, Hallie Smith, Wilda Eaton, Virginia Rogers, Mary Lubbers, Wynona Snowberger, Bill McGill. Row 4: Tom Garber, R. H. Isaacs, P_aul Wi/lworth, Wade Powers, Jerry Holman, Wilma Crook, Laverna Dayhoff, Harry Arneff, Jack Fertato.

A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappe l l a Chair, com posed of forty m i xed voices, is u nder the d i rection of Professor Lester L. D u n n . This Choir was fi rst organ ized i n 1 938. Si nce that time it has appeared in concert in eight states. Members are chosen by tryout o n l y, consideration being g iven to sig ht-seeing abil ity, voice range, blend, and per­ sona lity. There is no discrimi nation as to who may try out; choir membership is open to fresh man and senior a l i ke, m usic major and non-m usic major. Harmony

President_

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Vice-President_ Secretary Treasurer Director

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Watts, Rowena

Bonnie Stump,

Virginia

Ben nett, Clem,

The choir is d isti nctl y Christia n i n its bel iefs a nd practices. Its sole purpose is to present a prog ra m of sacred m usic with d istinction, backed by vital Ch ristian experiences.

R. H. lssacs

John Knight

Harold West I und

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Geneva

Hampton,

Public a ppea ra nces of the choir are not l i m ited to the campus. During this year the A Ca ppel la Choir has g iven ' concert� at Da l l as, Oklahoma iCty, a nd the Bethany Church. The choir has made the customary a n n ua l tour at the Easter season, traveling north to Ka nsas and Nebraska.

Gerry Holman Lester L. Dunn

Morgretto Sanders, Berniece

Gorsee.

Willodene

Sauer, Lois Scofield,

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Rice, Evelyn

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Charlotte Leah

Dell

Phillips, Marilyn DeLong, Jerry

Holman, Mildred Isaacs, Velma Moyer, Mary Lou Kelso, Margaret H e n ­

derson.

Ernest

Row

3,

Chick

Mason,

Wolden,

Harold

Meador, Richard Campbell, Bill Sullivan, Wade Powers.

Whatley, Dorrell Moore, Row

4,

William

Stevens, J.

T.

Gene Chambers, Bill Garber, Bud Ham­

merstrom, R . H . Isaacs, Colvin Oyler, Ed Holman, Ivan Beals, Don Whitsett, Harold Westlund, Bill Prince.

TREBLE CHOIR The Treble Choir, com posed of fifty women's voices, is under the d irection of Miss Vivian Chaffee. Meeting th ree class periods a week, the members are g iven one-h a l f hour credit each semester. While em phasis is placed upon sacred music, the repertoire incl udes some cl assics a nd semi-classics. Fulfi l l ing many engagements i n surrounding ch urches, the choir has included i n this year's performa nces the Col颅 l ege Church, Bethany East S ide, Yukon Nazarene, Jernigan Memorial a nd different Sunday School and N.Y.P.S. pro颅 g rams and chapel services. The Treble Choir c l i maxed a successful year's work with a ioint recital with the Men's Choir, which was presented du 1路ing Music Week in the spring.

Triple Trio Members

Social octivities during the year were both forma l and i nforma l . I n the fa l l , a breakfast picnic was given at Lake Overholser far the choir members. I n the spring, a banq uet was g iven for the choir members and the i r guests.

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Verla Moyer

Miss Vivian Chaffee

Faye Stearmen, Mary Powers, Betty Jo McCrary, Maridel Rushing, Lyle Span gler, Verla Lee Mayer,

Beth Howard, Naomi Krigbaum, Marvene Mush grove, Jo Krei, Wilma Roeper. Moeney, Eula Mae Scales,

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Betty Wallace, Ruth

Dottie Chastain, Carol Browning, Louise Hembrey, Virginia Rogers, Clareice

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Mary Lou Brown, Mary Armstrong,

Eva Mae Cope,

Pauline Heavner, Joyce Anthony, Zelia Glidden, Mary Miller, Ruth Miller, Pat Sunderland, Betty Lubbers, Betty D . Davis, Jedonne

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Wineva

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MALE C HOIR The Men's Choir under the d i rection of Professor J . D . I rwin has closed o very successfu l yea r. Programs were g iven at the Col lege Ch urch, Wi l l iams Memorial Church, Pennsylva n ia Ave n ue Church and our ch urches at Yukon and Holdenvi l l e . One of t h e h i g h l ig hts o f t h e y e a r was t h e Choir's trip to Ft. Worth, s i n g i n g for a weekend Youth Reviva l . A nother one of the i m porta nt a ppea rances of the choir was in the music week prog ram on the campus. The aim of the Men's Choir is to promote good Christian wi l l through the singing of hym ns.

Prof. Irwin Points Out a Note Which Needs Improvement.

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T o m Garber, Don Cornwell, J o h n Baskett, L e e Steele, Jesse Waits, Prol. Irwin, Director.

Keith Sears, R o y Williams, H e n r y Blonclrord, I v a n Barnhill, Jarrell Gorsee, Don Moore. Williams, Charles Roy Jones, Bill Burch, Paul Orndoff, Ken Terry. Troy Brooks, Bob

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BIOLOGY CLUB T he Beta Sigma Lambda Society is a member of the Oklahoma Academy of Science. It is the aim of the biology club to promote an i nterest in biological sciences in its many ramifications, and to contribute materia l l y to the biology department. Membership is open to biology ma jors and m inors, pre-nursing, pre-medicine, pre-dentistry, and students who have been enrol led or are now enro l led in three hours of biological science. The club, which meets twice a month, has en joyed many interesting and educational programs and films during the year. The group has fina nced and super足 vised the construction and presentation of a museum display case to the col l ege, which was placed i n the Science H a l l .

Francis Oakes presents Showcase to Dr. Cantrell

Some o f t h e activities o f t h e club during t h e year have been an October party, a spring field-trip, and presentation of a chape l prog ra m. The c l u b has a l so sponsored a boys' and girls' vol l eyba l l team . The . cl ub's policy of working together with both academic a nd school interests is promoting a feeling of h a rmony among a l l the biology students. Francis

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Seated: Dave R utledge, Keith Woo/pert, Francis Oakes, Loretta Eason, Winnie Oakes, Evelyn Downs, James Herrick,. Standing: Wayne Edwards, Betty Boyd, Margery Harrod, Joe Diffee, She/do Hodgson, Dean Thoman, Violet W"ilson, Bob Britt, John Bumpus, Prof. Lawrence, Betty Whitley, Pat Sudduth.

BAND Nothing adds more to the enthusiasm of a bal lgame th.an a good band. The band has been very active in playing for pep ra l l ies, J a m boree, a n d Echo tournaments this year. Althoug h the band has lost severa l of its members to the a rmed forces, it has continued to entertain us with good m usic. Besides the chape l programs, it has made severa l a ppearances throughout the year: its a n n u a l Christ足 mas concert, a spring concert, a

mass concert of the

Bethany h i g h school and college ba nds and many out of

Brass Quartet

town programs including the one presented at Central State Col lege at Edmond. They have several ensem bles, which have played in chapel, i n the dining h a l l , on recitals, for ba nquets, and for ch urch services here a nd in neig h boring towns.

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Carl Craig

A l bert Fitzgerrel

ORCHESTRA One of the most valuable organizations on the campus is the orchestra, under the direction of Prof. A l bert Fitz足 gerre l . T h e orchestra i s divided into two g roups: t h e string group and the f u l l symphony orchestra. Stri ng q u i ntets and quartets taken from the orchestra have performed several times throughout the year. The orchestra has g iven several performances, including a feature spring concert during Music Week in May. Its la rgest contribution of the year was accom panying "The Messiah" for the first time. It added greatly to the performance. The orchestra not only g ives non-music ma jors and string instruments ma jors a n opportunity to work with others but it g ives brass or wind i nstruments ma jors a cha nce to get experience on other instruments. This will be of g reat use to them in their work as instrumental teachers.

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Jea n Taylor

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A l bert Fitzgerrel

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA "The future we study a n d plan for beg ins today," says Chester 0. Fischer; thus the John R. Matt Chap足 ter of the Future Teachers of America provides this opportu nity for the future teachers of Bethany足 Peniel Col lege.

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Mora Jane LeMay

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Mrs. J. D. Irwin

Purposes of the F . T. A. are to develop a mong young people who a re preparing to be teachers an organization which sha l l be an i ntegral port of state and national education associations, to acquaint teachers in tra ining with the history, ethics, and pro足 gram of the organ ized teaching profession, to g ive teachers i n tra ining practical experience in working together i n a democratic way on the problems of the profession and the com m u n ity, to i nterest the best young men and women in education as a l ifelong career, to encourage careful selection of persons admitted to teacher preparation, with em phasis on both character and scholarship, and to seek through the dissemination of i nformation and through higher sta ndards of preparation to bring teacher supply and demand into a reasonable balance.

Row 1 : Joan Quiring, Helen Bordelon, Mora Jane LeMay, Virginia Philips, Carolyn Wooden, Mrs. Irwin, Mary Lou Kelso, Berneice Garsee. Row 2: Tom Garber, Margaret Henderson, Mrs. Keller, June Mead, Leta Mae Carlisle, Pat Krey, Geneva Watts, Jean Anderson. Row 3 : Bob Hendricks, Bill McGill, Ruth Engle, Evelyn Mavis, Wilda Eaton, Wanda Roper, Mary Miller, Lois Scofield, Mrs. V. Snowberger. Row 4: Faye Smith, Mary Jean Evans, Evelyn Downs, Naomi Joyce, Howard Baldwin, Marie Horton, Verlin Parsons, Audrey Farr, Ray Bridges, Leah Dell Phillips, Ralph Downs, Eileen Brink, Craig Ayers, Bob Smith, Chas. Harrison, Lee Hobel, Alma Weizberd.

HOME EC ONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club has been organized to promote better homema king, to educate students i n the varic;>us fields of home economics, and to g ive assistance to the home economics department as a whole. Any girl who is i nterested in some particular field of home eco足 nomics may become a member of the organization. The group has been very active during the past year, having done the renovation and redecoration of the home economics department. The club gave a tea for the Bethany High School seniors, j ourneyed to Sti l lwater to help observe the "50th Anniversary Day," a n d organized a girls' vol ley足 bal l team . One of the main social functions of the year was a Christmas party.

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Sitting: Marilyn DeLong, Alice McClaflin, Myrtle Moore, Glorene Watt, Mrs. Irene Carlson, Sponsor, Vesta Commons, Wilma Hightower, Joan Quiring. Standing: Doris Coston, Virginia Campbell, La Neta White, Modena Murray, Doretha Briggs, Virginia Irwin, Pat Goodwin, Zelia Glidden, Joan Cooper, June McArthur, Naomi Watson.

HONOR SOCIE TY

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Bud H a m merstrom

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Professor Snowbarger

For several years now there has been an honor society on BPC campus. Its purpose has been to elevate scholastic sta ndards and to promote an in­ terest in leadership, character and service. The local Epsilon Chapter is one of six chapters which were organ ized in 1 940, when the national P h i Delta La mbda was founded to serve a l l the col leges of the Church of the Nazarene. However, since 1 946 it has been i nactive. So this year it was reactivated and has been functioning quite effectively. To become a n associate member, one must main­ ta i n a 2.5 grade-point average for two consecutive semesters. If u pon graduation from college a student has mainta ined a 2.4 grade-point average, he is eligible for perma nent membershi p i n the society. Our cha pter has one h u ndred and fifteen perma­ nent members with a bout twenty-one more members to be added from the class of 1 95 1 . H i g h l ight of this year's activities was a d i nner on May 28, with Dr. Harold W. Reed, President of Ol ivet Nazarene Col l ege, as speaker. Another in­ teresti ng event was a chapel service i n March for the i nvestiture of new members.

Row 1 : LoveHe Culey, Virginia Clem, /ona Raymer, Marvene Muskgrove, Mora Jane Lemay, Audrey Farr, Marie Horton, Vanita Harrod, Jean Anderson, Bud Hammerstrom . Row 2: Francis Oakes, Betty Wallace, Lucy R ieff, Willodene Sauer, Ellene Brink, Pat Krey, Civil/a Fredrick, Carol Haynes, John B umpus, Robert Williams. Row 3: Terry Wuester, Bud Gar­ ber, Mary Miller, Alvis Dickerman, Evelyn Downs, Nina Mae Alexander, Keith Woo/pert, Melvin Pierce, Sidney Knox. Row 4: Prof. Snowbarger, Sponsor; Maurice Walraven, George Mullins, Wilma Crook, Paul Johnson, Ivan Beals, Milton Sonnevik, Les Turner. Row 5: Thurman Coburn, Kenneth Wray, Lawrence Gholson, Bill Ray, Kenneth Frey.

PHI DELTA LAMBDA

DR. GARNER AND PROF. RAIRDON Study Plans for Re-activating Phi Delta Lambda.

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Mary Ellen Herren

Row 1 : Bud Garber, Mary Miller, Nina Alexander, Audrey Farr, Virginia Clem, Char足 lotte Hampton, Marvin Snowbarger. Row 2: Ruth Miller, George Mullins, Sidney Knox, Civil/a Frederick, Bill Lakey, Ernest Walden. Row 3 : Leslie Turner, Kenneth Wray, Kenneth Frey, Dr. Garner, Sponsor; Lawrence Gholson, Thurman Coburn.

PREAC HERS' WIVES CLAS S Beth Ann Banquet

Beth-Ann, derived from the word Bethany, was the nome chosen to identify the preachers' wives on the campus of Bethany-Peniel Col l ege. This class, taught by Mrs. Roy H . Ca ntre l l , meet each Th u rsday even i n g in the Science H a l l . Such topics as Beth-An n 's place in the home, Beth-Ann's place i n the church, Beth-A. nn 's consecration matches that of her h usband, and m a n y others a re d iscussed i n these classes. T h e Beth-An n's of Bethany-Peniel Col足 lege felt that these classes were very prof itable i n helping them prepare for the responsi bil ities o f the future in the role of m i n isters' wives. With the theme "Beth-Ann banq uets with her clergy-man," the year was c l i maxed with a banquet held i n Bud Robi nson H a l l . Rev. E. S . Ph i l l i ps, the after-d i n ner speaker, gave an inspiring speech which conta i ned many practical ideas to guide the Beth足 A n n 's and their c lergy-men toward a successfu l future i n the m i n istry.

FAC ULTY DAM E S I n the fa l l of 1 94 1 under the l eadersh i p of Mrs. S . T. Ludwig the �acu ity Da mes was organized to afford the wives of the Facu lty men and l ocal pastors the opportunity to work together in the i nterest of promoting the idea l s of Betha ny-Peniel Col lege. That yea r there were ten active mem bers; this yea r there are twenty. The month ly meetings vary in i nterests. I n December it has become traditional to meet at the home of the Col l ege Presidellt with the lad ies of the Faculty as special g uests. The Pa nsy Ring which honors the jun ior and senior g i r l s a n nouncing their engagements ta kes the place of the May meeting. The officers serve a term of one semester, assu m ing the duties according to a l phabetical order. This semester Lois f itzgera ld is president, L i l l ia n Floyd treasurer, and Jewe l l Garner secretary. Four o f the charter members a r e sti l l active.

Pansy Ring Candidates for 1 950

Mrs. Albert Fitzgerre/1, Mrs. D . R. Danskin, Mrs. Fred Floyd, Mrs. Harold Ripper, Mrs. Roy H. Cantrell, Mrs. C. H . Wiman, Mrs. Robert Lawrence, Mrs. Vernon Snowbarger, Mrs. Boyd Shannon, Mrs. J. Prescott Johnson, Mrs. Earl Greer, Mrs. Harry Craddock.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Students, faculty, and a l um n i are three importa nt necessities for the operation of the college. The physical equipment is a l ways i m portant, but buildings of brick and mortar are useless u n l ess the proper spirit, backed up with prayer, is back of them. Many a l u m n i associations carry the financial burdens of the c-ol lege. Some of the lead i n g members of the church of tlie Nazarene in this educational zone and through足 out the church are graduates from our alma mater. Former general superintendents, our general treas足 urer, district superintendents, pastors, evangel ists, m issionaries, and laymen have been tra ined on this campus, and Peniel Col lege, Central Nazarene, Ark足 a nsas Hol i ness, Bresee, and Beu lah Heights. At the present time the a l um n i are raising money to build a Student U nion bui l d i n g . We need l 00 % coopera足 tion in order to attai n this goa l .

GLENN MacARTHU R has a Word at the Annual Banquet

W e Vote Yes

Ylo - We won't soon forget: .

Bob Wi l l ia m s and his enthusiastic cheerlea d i n g . Wade Powers, the u n forgetta ble cha racter. The sweeping spri ng reviva l with Dr. De Lon g . T h e crew cuts, p l us many other thi ngs, o f t h e Bar X ( ba rracks) boys. The a l most u ndefeated atheletic j u n ior g i rls. "Tex" Cl ifton.

Third floor, Bud Rob inson Ha l l . F ifth yea r sen ior, Winnie Oa kes. Rol l i ng the profs in the snow. J i m Herrick's bashful ness. M i n n ie "Pea rl"-need we say more? B i l l Burch's record brea king 37 poi nts at the Echo Basketba l l Tourna ment. Ca rol Haynes, J a m boree Queen, Cordova Hag i n , Echo Quee n . Cowboy, Prof. E m m e l . T h e M i l ler sisters from Africa, and t h e i r q u iet, ta lented personal ities. The loya lty of the '5 1 Class; a lso their g ift of the Ca ril lonic Be l ls to the col lege ca m p us. Max Green, J a m boree King, Gordon Sta ngeland, Echo King. I ke lssacs, the velvet tenor. The A Ca ppel l a's contri bution to the spring reviva l . Wilbur Bra n non's shouts a n d A mens, piano p l aying a n d i m itations. Even if you try, Wayne Montgomery. Another long-to-be- remem bered frosh, Peggy Baker. The g r i m determination of Mert Moore as she went to col lege on crutches. "Whooee"-C. Helen Mooshia n . The not to b e forgotten n ight of i n itiation for new Gi rl's "B" C l u b members at their s l u m ber pa rty, Ca m p Don Shelly. Pa u l Wil lwerth and his tru m pet. Ken Wrig ht, organ ist, a n d Rev. R. T. W i l l i a ms J r., tenor a n d the i r retu rn lyce u m prog ra m . Wi l lodene Sauer a t the piano a n d org a n . The Four Motorcades. Rowena Fields Ben nett, school ca n a ry. Herb Goode's "AMEN". E rn ie Wa l den's corny jokes. Coleen a n d her boy friends . A l l the married cou p les to rem i n d the rest of us that l ife isn't a l l a bouq u et of roses. The money from home that never a rrived . A l l of these a n d many more.

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ATHLETICS

ATH LE T I C S One of the best methods by which a person may develop Ch ristia n character, sportsmanship, a nd a spirit of fair play is through partici pation in athletics. For it is u pon the ath l etic field that an individual is presented with problems and crisis ex­ periences that he never encou nters else­ where. The admin istration of BPC, rea l izing the need for Christia n athletics in every l ife, h as done its utmost to organ ize a n intra mural sports program that can incl ude everyone. A lthough the q u a l ity of play is i m portant, it is the participation of every student i n some phase of ath letics that is vita l . This year, under the su pervision of full­ time Ath letic Director Don Wilson, the ath­ l etic program at Betha ny-Peniel Col l ege has th rived. I ncreased d ressi ng room accommo­ dations, a revamped gym office, a nd a revita l ized prog ram have added to the prog ram's i ncreased effectiveness.

PROF. WILSON . . ector of Ph ysical Educ atron 01r

Interest is high in ath letic events at BPC, and com petition is keen. In the fa l l football takes the spot l ight for the men as the classes battle for pigskin supremacy. The g i rls' interest turns to the diamond as they play off their softba l l schedule. The major sport on our ca mpus, basket­ ba l l , opens its season with the J a mboree a n d is c l i m axed each year by the Reveil l e Echo Tou rnament. Hard a n d fast action

That's a foul!

pack each thri l l ing contest as the various squads vie for basketba l l superiority. Vol l eyba l l is the first of a host of spring sporting events. Lazy spring afternoons are fil led with the fam i l iar sounds of wood meet­ ing horsehide, as the men try their luck at softba l l . Opportun ity for individual competi­ tion is offered by participation in archery, ten nis, and ping-pong. The ath letic activity of the entire year is cl imaxed in early May, when school is dismissed and we partici pate in Track Day. Si nce the devel opment of sportsmansh i p i s o n e o f the main objectives o f o u r ath letic prog ram, the h i ghest athletic honor that is bestowed at BPC is the Good-Sportsmansh i p Award. This award is g iven each year t o the boy and girl ath lete who have shown Christ­ ian character and a spirit of fair play u pon the athletic field .

PAUL JOHNSO N AND CAROL HAYNES Student Athletic Directors

Class Athletic Directors, Girls: D oris D ickerman, Fresh ., Barbara Miyanishi, Soph., Wanda Rhodes, Jr., Ruth Mil­ ler, Senior. Boys: Francis Oakes, Jr., Keith Woo/pert, Soph., Dave R utledge, Fresh., Glenn Kirby, Senior.

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O UR Q UEEN fo r t h e

JAM B O REE C A R O L H AY N E S

Jamboree Queen, Miss Carol Haynes, is a col lege junior majoring i n Engl ish . Carol's versatil ity, Chris足 tian l ife, a n d cooperative spirit h ave made her the choice of the student body.

The Royal Family

Splendor and Royalty Arm's Length

Darrell Fires Away for the R edskins

JAMB OREE Excitement a n d thr i l l s preva iled as the a n n u a l basketba l l season was opened b y the J a m boree attractions. An outma nned but not outfought band of Redskins stayed within ral l y range of Cooper's Service Stat�on throughout most of the basketba l l game, only to be smothered in the f i n a l m i n utes of play and go down in defeat, 49-38. The Redskins, possessi ng height, experience, and hustle looked good even in defeat, although they were unable to cope with the razzle-dazzle of Cooper's service Station. After several m i n utes of cautious play without much action, the g a me developed into a nip a nd tuck battle. Most of the Redskin's counters came on long set shots while Cooper's markers were made i n close. J ust before interm ission the Service boys dumped in two quick goals for a seven point 2 1 - 1 4 lead at halftime. Returning to the court with renewed spirit after ths rest period, the Redskins soon drew a breast of Cooper's. Once a g a i n the game settled down to a methodical, evenly matched, defensive duel. With about seven m inutes remaining in the game, the roof began to fall with Cooper's h itting for three field goal s a nd a seven point lead. Unable to find a scoring combination, the Redskins took n umerous chances which resulted in several m is­ cues and a final score of 49-38. In the g i r ls' g a me of the evening the Squaws met the Bethany Merchanettes a n d scored a basketbal l victory of 52-46. Spiritedly fighting in this high point g a me, the Bethany Merchanettes kept the Squaws on the jump as they led them until the last minute and a h a l f of the game. Frequent personal fouls then assured the Squaws of victory. Goodwin came in with a free throw; Rhodes ral l ied with a nother shot, was fouled, and sent a nother ba l l sai l i ng through the basket. Then sta l l ing for time the Squaws held the Mercha nettes until the whistle blew a n d the curtai n fel l on another victory for the Squaws.

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Bill Wa tches for th e s wi sh.

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Two more for the squaws.

BOY'S JAMBOREE TEAM Front row: Keith Woo/pert, Bill Burch, Gordon Stangeland, Max Green, Bill Draper. Bade row: Franlc Hagin, Glenn Kirby, Darrell Moore, Jimmy Herrick, Coach Don Wilson .

GIRL'S JAMBOREE TEAM Front row: Mary Beth Nuffer, Doris Dickerman, Pat Goodwin, Nina Mae Alexander. Baclc row: Eloise Waits, Suzanne Raiser, Evelyn Harmon, Alice McClaflin, Wanda Rhodes, Marie Smith.

The Redslcins scored.

All-school cheerleaders.

CLA S S BASKETBALL The basketball season this yea r was thri l l i n g and close, with every tea m possessi n g a fiery determi nation to wi n . Si nce the seasonal champion wm not decided u nt i l the final contest, com petition was keen, and enthusiasm high throughout the entire campa i g n . Last year's cham pions, t h e seniors, started off the season fast a nd preceded to win their fi rst three ga mes. They topped the j u n iors 33- 3 1 for their f i rst triumph a nd conti n ued their w i n n i ng ways by trimming the frosh 4 1 -29 a n d the sopho足 mores 29-27. After a slow start, the sophs caught fire with the conclusion of the fi rst round of play and gave the sen iors a real battle for the rema inder of the season. The nseniors were n i pped first by the jun iors 36-34 and went down to their second defeat before the revita l i zed sophs 47-44. As the campaign entered its final rou nd, the sophomores were in fi rst pl ace with five victories agai nst a lone defeat, closely fol l owed by the seniors. Si nce both tea ms won their next two con足 tests, the championsh i p was riding upon the out足 come of the season's finale. Tension was high as the tea ms took the floor for the deciding duel. Close and hard-fought, the game was a thril ler from start to f i n ish. The sophomores, however, were not to be denied as they edged the sen iors in a spine-t i n g l i n g f i n ish 40-36 to capture the championsh i p crown. The g i r l 's season bega n briskly with the Fresh足 men conti n u a l l y fighting in order to claim the championship title from the J u n iors, but one tie and a loss each gave the two teams a tie for first place. The g i r l 's ga mes should be better attended . They are just as thri l l i n g as the boy's many ti mes a n d provide a generous amount of enterta inment.

Bryant Drives Through Four Opponents

The Game Is Underway

That's a Nice Set of Teeth Bill!

Why did you have to kick Harold, Skeet?

Everybody reaches high.

A little spirit helps every game.

B ill and Darrell beat the breeze.

Bryant seems to have lost an arm.

Stickum Up !

MEN'S CLASS TEAMS

The Champion Sophomores, back row: Lee Steele, Bob Green, Bill Ray, Paul Johnson, Max Green; front row: B ertus Rhodes, Fred Turner, Ken D ick, Keith Woo/pert.

Left, Seniors: Glen Kirby, Jim Herrick, Prof. R airdon, Coach, Don Horton, Back row: Gordon Stangeland, Dick Campbell, Bill Draper, Gene Post, Mascot, Harold Rairdon . Left B elow, Juniors, Back row: Skeet R hodes, James Thompson, Ralph Hodges, Dale Bass; Front row: Bob Smith, Francis Oakes, Harold Westlund, D arrell Moore.

Below, Freshmen, Back row: Darry Weber, David R utledge, Bob Bryant, Frank Hagin. Front row: Boyd McClain, Tommy Elkins, Ronnie Cooper, Bill Burch.

Above, Freshmen, Front row: June McArthur, Leona Clif足 ton, Pat Goodwin, Doris Dickerman, Mary Beth Nutter, Back row: Eloise Waits, Doyce Landtroop, Evelyn Har足 mon, Joy Payne. Above right, Sophomores, Front row: B etty Ketchum, She/do Hodgson, Mary Lou Brown, Barbara Miyanishi. Back row: Mablene Hargrove, Dottie Chastain, Modena Murray, lona Raymer, Suzanne R aizer. R ight, Seniors, Front row: Marie Smith, Civil/a Frederick, Helen Bordelon, Nina Mae Alexander. Back row: Mary Miller, Bonnie Foster, Ruth Miller.

GIR L S ' C L A S S TEAMS

CHAMPIONS, Juniors, Front row: Freda Rhodes, Jerrie Nored, Helen Daniels. Back row: Wanda Rhodes, Carol Haynes, Faye Smith, Maxine Morris.

Multiplicity of extremities.

J. T. fires one for the Fatmen.

Who fired that shot?

Hands Up ! !

Champions of the Saturday League, the Arrow

Champs of the Echo Saturday League tournament, the dum goufs

Very calm for the Saturday League. We all /ike refreshments at a game.

O U R Q UE E N fo r t h e

REVEILLE ECHO TOURNAMENT C O R D O VA H A G I N

Echo Queen, Miss Cordova Hagin, is a col l ege freshman m ajoring i n Religion. Cordova's friendli ness, sincerity, a nd Christia n character m a ke her a true rep resentative of our cam p us g i r l .

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Vamp & Boy

majesty

Most Valuable Player Awards

Girl

THE REVIELLE ECHO TOURNAMENT

A fitti ng cl imax for the highly successful basketba l l season was the a n n ual Reveille Echo Tournament. Every leam was at its best as the four cl asses battled for top honors in a thri l l ing tournament. I n the championsh ip g a me, a fighting team of seniors fought off a sterl i ng sophomore ra l l y l ate in the game to win their second consecutive Revei l l e Echo Tou rnament championship, 45-4 1 . A thri l l er a l l the way, the outcome was not decided until the final ten seconds. The cavorting fresh men took the measu re of the juniors 59-37 in the consolation finals. A "harlam" j u nior squad j ust could n't get rol l i n g as Bill Burch, frosh star, equaled their score by h imself as he meshed 37 points. Prel im inary contests fou nd the seniors outscoring the greenies 47-42. The sophs edged the ju n.iors in a thril ler 36-33.

Each year the most val uable boy a n d girl player of the tourna ment is chosen by the various teams. Selected for the outsta nding player awards this year were a jun ior, Wanda Rhodes, and Bill Dra per, a senior. For the third consecutive time the j u niors took the g i r l 's Revielle Echo crown. The jun iors defeated the freshman 2 1 - 1 5 in order to capture the championsh ip victory. Wanda Rhodes was awarded the most va l uable player award this yea r .

Glen looks as if he were all eyes.

f re Green pumps a two-hander

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has 9o t their hOnds

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The Juniors stand up and holler.

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The Dudes score as the 8/ac:kboys look on.

decor ati o ns fi rst p1 ace The Senior ' s 路

Lookout, goat stew tomorrow

Long hair stuff

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F O OTBALL CLASS TEAMS Climaxing three seasons of undefeated play with 1 6 stra ight wins the seniors leave a record that indicates this team was as good as, and prob足 a b l y better than a n y other that has scrimmaged on "Windy Stadium." Combining a stau nch forward wa l l a n d a ste l l a r backfield, the seniors had a potent offense that a l lowed them to score at will against most of their opponents. The

Champion

Seniors, Bade

row:

Glen

Kirby,

Wesley Sullivan, Jarrell Garsee, Bill

Draper, Prof. Rairdon, Coach, Don Owens, Don Moore.

Front raw:

Sud Hammerstrom,

Paul Harper, Harold Rairdon, Mascot, Dick Campbell, Gordon Stangeland.

Left,

Juniors,

Smith,

Bob

Back

row:

Williams.

Harold

Front

Westlund,

row:

James

Carl

Craig,

Thompson,

Bob

Johnny

Bumpus, Francis Oakes, Darrell Moore.

Below, Left, Sophomores, Back row: Fene Moore, Maurice Lege.

Aggie Cope, Max Green,

Front row:

Bill Ray, Keith Wool足

pert, Paul Johnson, Buddy LiHie, Bob Hendricks.

Below,

Freshmen,

Darry Weber.

Back

row:

Front row:

David

Rutledge,

Melvin

Bow/is,

Carl Prentice, George Prentice, Bob

Bryant, Bob BriH, Charles Crouch.

Football All-Stars, Glen Kirby, Bill Draper, Pay/ Johnson, Gordon Stangeland, Keith Woo/pert.

The Seniors close in.

Bob heaves a pass

Gordon makes yardage for Seniors

Stretching, but not enough.

SOY'S "S" CLUB Front row: Sock row:

Francis Oakes, Harold Westlund, Bill Burch, James Thompson, LeRoy Hammerstrom, Bill Draper, Gore/on Stongeloncl, Glenn Kirby. Gene Moore, Freel Turner, Keith Woo/pert, Paul Johnson, Jimmy Herrick, Dorrell Moore, Don Moore, Wesley Sullivan.

" B " C LUB S Under the leadership of Glenn Kirby a nd Wanda Rhodes, the men's a n d women's "B" C l ubs checked off 1 9501 95 1 as one of their most successful years. Each year the infl uence of the "B" Clubs is strong l y felt in m a ny campus affairs. A worthy ach ievement this year has been a more unified J a m boree plan, whereby much more school spirit has been incited. Highlighting the year was the Club's a n n u a ďż˝ banquet, which was held near the end of the second semester. Any man or woman who has won the "B" is eligible to be initiated and accepted into the respective cl ubs.

GIRL'S "B" CLUB Front row: Sock row:

Nino Alexander, Yvonne Green, Free/a Rhodes, Barbaro Miyonishi, June McArthur, Eloise Waits, Neva Kifer, Suzanne Raiser. Marie Smith, Leona Clifton, Wane/a R hodes, Coleen Rice, Bonnie Foster, Patsy Rainbolt.

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Before we bring to a close our book of memories-we wou l d l i ke to i ntroduce to you-those people who have lessened ou r financial load a n d helped to make the '5 1 A RROW a success. These a re the friends who a re standing by during this period of i nflation . We ask that you return the favor by patroniz足 ing thei r b usi nesses; a nd, to the churches and d istricts represented we say, "Thanks for your help!"

Wayne Black Business Manager

A D Y E R T I S I N- G I N D E X CHURCHES

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Abernathy, Texas ------------------------249

Fort Worth Northside --------------------258

Newton, Kansas -------------------------238

Abilene District --------------------------241

Guymon, Oklahoma ---------------------..254

Norman, Oklahoma ---------------------248

Ada, Oklahoma -------------------------249

Hastings, Nebraska ----------------------238

Northwestern Oklahoma District

Arkansas District -------------------------257

Henryetta, Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Augusta, Kansas -------------------------250

Hooker,

Bethany Eastside -------------------------233

Houston Central Park

250

Perryton, Texas -------------------------..245

Bethany First ----------------------------261

Houston District --------------------------251

Pittsburgh, Kansas ----------------------..248

Bethany-Peniel College -------------------231

Houston First ----------------------------259

Ponca City, Oklahoma -------------------260

Bethany Williams Memorial ---------------248

Independence, Kansas --------------------256

Salina, Kansas --------------------------250

Carthage, Missouri ----------------------236

Kansas District -------------------------235

San Antonia District ----------------------252

Carpus Christi, Texa, --------------------245

Kansas City District ----------------------237

San Antonio District N.Y.P.S. --------------255

Cutlling, Oklahan�<� ----------------------245

Kansas City First

242

San Benito, Texas ------------------------252

Dallas Central -------------------------..236

Kansas City St. Paul's --------------------240

Texarkana, Texas --�---------------------240

Dallas District ---------------------------232

Lincoln First -----------------------------253

Topeka First ----------------------------253

Dallas

----------------------------262

Little Rock First --------------------------244

Waco First -----------------------------236

Denison, Texas -------------------------..262

Louisiana District ------------------------256

Wichita First ---------------------------..258

Dodge City, Kansas ----------------------259

Muskogee, Oklahoma

Yukon, Oklahoma -----------------------233

Eastern Oklahoma District ----------------239

Nebraska District -----------------------260

First

Oklahoma

--------------------239

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Paul

&

City

First

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246-247

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234

Hallie Smith ----------------------253

COMMERCIAL Auto Tradin' Past ------------------------269 B

&

B Mercantile ----- -------------------272

Hal Owen ------------------------------266

Paul Hoag ------------------------------277

H

Paul Macrory ---------------------------274

B. Frank Stores ---------------------..267

Bethany Flower Shop --------------------273

Herman's Eat Shoppe

Brawn-McClure Lumber Co.

Humpty

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270

Buford Ingram -------------------------..268

Jerry's

Campus Footwear -----------------------269

J

· College Cleaners ------------------------274

&

Dumpty

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267

Peck's Grocery --------------------------265

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Powell's Drug ---------------------------270

---------------------..265

Ralph Shadid --------------------------274

M Cleaners -------------------------271

Reveille Echo ----------------------------264

Washeteria

Kraker's

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Southwestern Stationery

&.

&

Bank Supply

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278

Colonial Baking Co. ----------------------275

Munn Radio Shop -----------------------265

T. G.

Cowan Printing Co.

271

Nazarene Publishing House

280

Up-To-Date Cleaners --------------------279

281

Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.

275

Wehrenburg Drug -----------------------276

272

Owen's Furniture ------------------------268

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First National Bank, Bethany First National Bank, Yukon

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Y. Stores ------------------------279

Western Auto Associate Stare

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279

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE Roy H. Cantre l l President C. Harold Ri pper Dea n Ha rry Craddock Business Manager Cec i l Knippers Field Secreta ry Spi ritual Atmosphere High Scholarship Low Tu ition Op portun ities for Self-Help

The Co l lege is a n a nswer to your problems •

The Problems of Youth Where can I rece ive a Ch ristia n Ed ucation?

The Problems of Parents Where sha l l I send son or daughter to Co l l ege?

The Prob lem of the Stewa rd Where ca n I invest my money that I may receive Etern a l d ividend?

( l ) Gift Annu ity Contract - A Gift Annuity Contract is a " legal agreement between the Col lege and the i n d ividual whereby in exchange for a g ift of a sum of money the Co l lege ag rees to g ive the i n d ividual a n income for l i fe. Ann uity payments may be as h i g h as 7 % depen ding on the age of the ind ividua l . (2) Life Loa ns - I nd ividua ls who do not feel they can make a n out-rig ht g ift may wish to lend thei r money to the Col lege. U n der the terms of a l i fe loan the i nd ividua l receives 3 % interest. The money may be re­ ca l led if it is needed. If the loa n is never re-ca l led it becomes the property of the Col lege upon the death of the in dividua l . (3) Wi l ls - Through a Wi l l provisions ca n be made for re latives a n d for

the Kingdom of God . Betha ny- Peniel Col lege wou l d be a wise choice. Write Presi dent R. H. Cantrell, Bethany, Oklahoma CHARACTER

CULTU RE

CHRIST

DA LLAS GOING FORWARD

Paul H. Garrett Superintendent

FOR

CHRIST

Corbie Grimes Dist. N.Y.P.S. Pres.

SUPPORTING Bethany-Peniel College H . F . Crews Church Schools Chairman

DISTR ICT Mrs. Paul Garr.ett Dist. 路C.M.S. Pres.

A Growing Church with a Spi ritua l Prog ra m

We A re Back of Betha ny- Pe n ie l College 1 00 %

E A S TS I D E Chu r c h o f t h e N a z a r e n e East of Ham mond on Ma i n Street

Bethany, Oklahoma

J . T. Gassett !'>astor

YUKON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Pastor

Minister of Music

Rev. Otto C. Perry

Prof. Ramon U nruh

Yu KoN ·$ Be�� ' : i} I= LO U R � I

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BREAD OF L I F E

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110 FINER OR MORE MOO£RII MillS IN AMERICA

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�N MILL & GRAIN CO. 1

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EVANGELISM & EDUCATION Combined in

PREAC H ING & TEAC H ING HOLINESS

R. T. Williams, Jr.

Kenneth S. Rice

"The Singing Pastor"

Minister of Education-

W. l9 1t. Oklahoma City

t O I :N.

"Bring Your Burden and Exchange It for a Song"

KANSAS DISTRICT -AP P R EC IATES TH E GRADUATES OF B-PC WHO A R E S ERVI NG ON OUR D ISTR ICT -CONGRATULATES H E R YOUNG PEOPLE WHO AR E P R I V I LEGED TO ATTEND B-PC - I S GRAT E F U L FOR TH E ADM I N I STRAT ION OF B-PC - I S l 00 % FOR BETHANY-PEN I EL COLLEGE

Ray Hance

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Mrs. Ray Hance C. E. Rowla n d Ed Hurn

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District Supt.

District W.F.M.S. President

District Church School Board Chm.

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District N .Y.P.S. President

Ray Hance

BEST WISHES TO BETHANY-PEN I EL COLLEG E AND CONGRATULATIONS TO TH.E CLASS OF 1 95 1

BEL I EV I NG I N BETHANY足 PEN I EL COLLEG E Clyde E. Ammons Pastor

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE WACO, TEXAS Ivy Bohannan, Pastor

CENTRAL C H U RCH OF THE NAZARENE Victor a n d Haske l l DALLAS, TEXAS

C H U RC H OF THE NAZARENE Chestnut at Grant CARTHAGE, M I SSOU R I

" A Spi ritua l a n d Eva ngel istic Church"

WE WHOLE HEA RTEDLY SUPPORT THE PROGRAM OF BETI-1ANY- PE N I E L COLLEGE WITH PRAYE RS, STU DE NTS AND F I NANCE Ross W. Hayslip Pastor

STUD ENT S FR O M KANSAS C ITY D I S TRI CT

- ABOUT ONE-HALF STUDENTS FROM DISTRICT Row 6-Bob BriH, Charles Jones, Hillis Herren, Ken Bateman, Frank Elliott, Jerry Yoesel, Lee Steele Row 5-Bil/ Garber, B ill Lakey, Wayne Shirley, Troy Brooks, Herb Steele, Thomas Foust, Darrell Spoon Row 4-Wesley Tracy, Earl Paxton, Dee Brandon, Pat Brittaain, Suzanne R aiser, Faye R eynolds Row 3-Margery D avis, Ruth Hudson, Mozelle Sharp, B etty Davis, June Sooter, Clyde S umpter Row 2-Evelyn lmel, Carolyn DeLong, Marilyn DeLong, Doffie Chastain, Severly Myers, D oretha Briggs Row 1 -Homer Rogers, Tommy Garber, Bud Garber, Ulysses Rushing, Jim Sykes

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KAN S A S CITY D IS TRI C T JARRETTE AYCOCK, D . D . SUPERI NTENDENT

Supporting the Whole Program of the Chu rch

Fifth and Saunders Avenue

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE HASTI NGS, N EBRASKA A . A. Schneider� M i n i ster

WE SALUTE OUR STUDENTS Verna Frey Kenneth Frey Frank Quiring, Jr. Erma Quiring Jennie A nderson Milton McCreery Marlene Van Bibber Doris Horst

New Church Edifice Under Construction (Ed':'�ational Unit Completed)

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE N i nth & Ma i n N EWTON, KANSAS Rev. Clifton Norell Pastor

B e s t Wi s h e s to B e t h a n y F rom

H EN RY ETTA F I RS T C H U RCH O F T H E NAZA RENE:

W e Are Proud o f Our Students from Henryetta - They Are: Toby Ellis Mary Powers Bob Radebaugh Wynona Radebaugh Betty Runyon

W. H. Davis Pastor

EASTERN OKLA HOMA DISTR ICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

GLEN JONES District Superi nte n dent ADVISORY BOARD Rev. W. H. Davis . Rev. W. T. White H. D. Morrisett Chas. T. Whitsett Rev. John Ellis Chairman S. S. Board

DISTRICT OFF ICERS Rev. A. L. Belcher Dist. Treas. Rev. S. W. Nesmith Dist. Sec'y Mrs. Earl Johnson W.F.M.S. Pres. Rev. T. A. Burton N.Y.P.S. Pres.

Glen Jones during Board of Trustees Meeting at Bethany

Jean Howard, N.Y.P.S. Pres.

J. W. El l is, Pastor

OUR GOAL

The Pastor and the Peop le of

ST. PAUL1S CHURC H OF THE NAZAREN E

is to get

Kansas City, Missouri O U R YOUNG

Cooperate

S m iles from Hooker students: Fay Stearman, Tom Young, Martha Winter

PEOPLE

With Students a n d Facu lty

TO ATIEND

I n Making O U R COLLEGE

BETHANY-PE N I EL COLLEGE "Our School"

Comp l i ments of HOOKER CHU RCH O F THE NAZARENE CHARACT E R - CULTURE - CHRIST

Hooker, Oklahoma Jack H. Lee, Pastor

FIRST CHURCH OF THE N A Z A R E N E E i g hth & Brown TEXARKANA, TEXAS

F letcher Spruce Minister Class of '36

Su pporting the school where our young people receive a CHRISTIAN E DUCATION Barbara Murray, Audrey Farr, Bennett Dudney Texarkana Students

BACKING

J.

B RO se tv Pto;nv,� . 'Y. P.s r . Pe ew ' .,..'eJros s ·

·

THE

ABILENE DISTRICT CH U RCH OF TH E NAZAREN E

BETHANY

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE KANSAS C ITY, M I SSOU R I Dr. A . Mi lton S m ith Pastor

SUPPORTING BETHANY- PE N I E L COLLEGE Bob models Marilyn's coat for the students

YEAR BY YEAR

from Kansas City First

Harrison at Forty-First

Minister of Christian Education Harper L. Cole Music Director Organist_

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Sunday School Supt. President W.F.M.S. President N.Y.P.S.

Ray Moore

Mrs. Robert Edwards

___________________

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Vernon Lunn

Mrs. AI Ramquist

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Earl Blystone

Dr. Smith talking with Ken Robinson just after the Board of Trustees ad journed

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

F. AT ALM I R E MUSKOGE E

OKLAHOMA

COUNT O N US TO BACK ANY PROGRAM TO FORWARD THE WORK OF BETHANY- PE N I E L COLLEGE

Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Donal dson

Com p l iments of

THE FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Mary land and Battery Streets LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

Prof. Gilbert Rushford

_________________

Mrs. Margaret Poindexter Mr. Ray Clifton

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_________ _________________

Mrs. Fred Myrick Mr. C. T. Hollis

Music Director

_________________

_________________

Mr. Cecil Holeman

Pianist

Treasurer

W.F .M.S. President

Sunday School Supt.

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N.Y.P.S. President

Rev. I . C. Mathis, D.D.

CONGRATULATIONS TO

THE C LA S S AN D A RROW STA F F O F 1 951

Congratulations to the C lass and Arrow Staff of 1 95 1

Comp l i ments of the FIRST C H U RC H OF THE NAZARENE 1 2 1 4 McKenzie

Corpus Christi

Texas

Rev. Curtis Smith and Wife Compliments o f The CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 5th Avenue and S. Amherst Perryton, Texas Buford Burgner, Pastor J. H. Ferguson, S.S. Supt.

C9ongratulations to the @lass of

Paul E. Tucker, N.Y.P.S. Pres. Mrs. Buford Burgner, W.F.M.S. Pres.

195 1

Greetings from the

C H U R C H O F T H E N A ZA R E N E I

Cush ing, Oklahoma

Students: Denton Brown William Fisher Don Baldwin

The Church

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1 1 6 E. Maple Rev. L. H. Dickerson

Pastor, L. H.

l?ickerson

S.S. Supt., E. 0. Fricker N .Y.P.S. Pres., Charles Tal bott W.F.M.S. Pres., Mrs. S. M. Davis

BAC KING THE PROGRAM FOR

Com p l i ments of the

CHARACTER, C U LTURE, CHRIST

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 900 E . Fourth Pittsburg h, Ka nsas

L. Wayne Sea rs, Pastor

FIRST C H U RCH OF THE NAZARENE

WE APPRECIATE OUR COLLEGE

Al meda and Apache Norman, Oklahoma Geren Roberts, Minister Al bert Fitzgerrel, Song Di rector

Wi l l ia m's Memoria l

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 823 N . Beaver Betha ny, Oklahoma Fra n k McCon n e l l , Pastor

H. F. Crews, Pastor

Com p l i ments of the

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 23 1 West Texas St. Den ison, Texas Rev. and Mrs. Fra n k McConnell

�reetings from the :Abernathy n. Y 1£J. S. to the Students of 18. 1£J. C9.

l,

To a l l who are str,angers, To a l l who are weory and wou l d find rest, To a l l who sorrow and need comfort, To a l l who are friend l ess and need companionshi p, To a l l who are sin ners and need a Savior,

To a l l who seek eagerly the Kingd � m of God, This church opens wide its doors, And in the name of Christ says: "Welcome"

Rev. D. M. D u ke, Pastor

ABERNATHY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Abernathy, Texas

Com p l i men ts of

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ADA, OKLAHOMA

J. E. Lansdowne Pastor

Robert Parker N.Y.P.S. Pres.

MARK R. MOORE District S u perintendent

Pastors a n d Wives

JACK H. LEE ·

N .Y.P.S. President

WORKERS TO� Supp orting the E ntire I Seminary Offe ring

Educational .J

Pastors and Wives

NORTHWEST OF

Pastors and Wives

Distr

MRS. MARK R. MOORE W. F.M.S. President

.

Pastors a n d Wives

J. T. GASSEn Church School Cha irman

HER WITH GOD 路am

of the Entire Church

Home Missions

Foreign Missions

. H OMA DISTRICT

p Banquet

Pastors and Wives

Mark Moore, Dr. Albert Harper and C hurch School Board

Building for The Kingdom

Students: Theano White and Yvonne Green James January, not pictured

Church

of the Nazarene

Leon Jenni ngs, Min ister AUGUSTA

KANSAS

"Future member of the class of '72"

BOOSTING B-PC WHERE OUR YOUTH CAN BE E DUCATED WITH A CHRISTIAN I N FLU ENCE

Don Cornwe l l Gil bert Raymond Jim Jennings

Four months old son of

Reve rend and Mrs. Raymond McC l u ng of F I RST

CHURC H OF THE NAZARENE Prescott at 1 1 th Salina, Kansas

CENTRAL PARK CHURC H OF THE NAZARENE 69th Street and Ave n ue J Houston, Texas

L. J. Mi nkler Minister

"The C h u rch with a Friendly Welcome"

W. R. Roach

June Hale

L. A. Meek

Baytown, Texas

Alvin, Texas

Alvin, Texas

THE HOUSTON D I S TR I CT "Supporting Betha ny-Pen iel Col lege"

Where former students a re pastoring, proving that "Cha racter, Culture, Christ'' is Earl Wassom Palacios, Texas

N. B. Cain

worthwh i l e i n l ife.

Kirbyvil le, Texas

Not pictured : K. S. White

Wm. Porter

Beaumont, Texas

Galveston, Texas

Charles Ol iver

Harold Kiemel

Texas City, Texas

Houston, Texas V. H. Lewis District S u perintendent

J. W. Lambert

W. M. Lynch

J. R. Buffington

Orange, Texas

Nacogdoches, Texas

Bay City ; Texas

M. D. Edwards

W. R. McClung

Bridge City, Texas

Houston, Texas

C9ongratulations to the @lass of

195 1

OUR STUDENTS

IN TH E MAGIC

I N B.-P. C .

RIO GRANDE

Mary Jeanne Evans

VALLEY

Win ifred Oakes

of

Francis Oakes John Edwin Stroman

TEXAS

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE San Benito, Texas L. Lee Gaines, Pastor

Com p l i ments of

THE SAN ANT O NI O D I STRI CT

Had ley Ha l l, Dist. S upt. Spurgeon Lyn n, District N .Y . P . S . President Hea rne Spruce, District Cha i rm a n Church School Board Mrs. Pea rl Keeton, District W.F.M.S. President

Hadley Hall, Dist. Supt.

Congratulations and Best Wishes from

Rev. Pau l a n d H a l l i e Smith

FIRST CHURC H OF THE NAZARENE

Evangelist Singers

TOPE KA, KANSAS

Youth Workers Accordionist

Forrest W. Nash, Pastor 2 1 4 N . Redmond

Betha ny, Oklahoma

WITH

H EARTFELT APP R EC IATI ON FOR THE

SCHOLASTIC A N D S P I R ITUAL ACH I EVEMENTS OF

BETHANY-PEN I EL COLLEG E

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 33rd and HC" Streets LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Clarence W. Perry, Minister

C H URCH OF THE NAZARENE

8th a n d Roosevelt G uymon_, Okla homa

L I N K I NG

FORWA R D I NG OU R

TH E

YOUTH TO BETHANY

CHU RCH

FOR F U RTH E R

AND

DEVELOPMENT

OUR YOUTH

Eugene W. Scrogg i n Pastor

"OPERATION YOUTH INC." Owned a n d Operated by the CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

E ugene W. Scrog g i n Di rector

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT N . Y. P. S . Spurgeon Lyn n , Pres.

EXECUTIVE COMMITIEE President

_____________________________

Vice-President

Spurgeon Lyn n

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Secretary

______________________________

Curtis S m ith

Roy T. Poole

Treasurer ---------------------ďż˝--------Ernest Moore Hadley Haii

____________________

District Superintendent

1Bethany-1Peniel C9ollege Is the School for the San Antonio CDistrict Young People

SAN ANTONIO D ISTRICT STUDENTS Bohannan, Grady Buford

Mill ican, Norman P .

Carlisle, Harold Goodwin

Oakes, Winifred Rind

Clary, Betty Jane

Oakes, Francis Donald

Clifton, Leona Este l l e

Pryor, Jean Kathryn

Davis, Wayman Fontaine

Rice, Coleen

Evans, Mary Jeanne

Richey, Monroe William

Ford, Bessie Virginia

Robinson, Clara Jeanette

Fritz, Donald Gene

Stroman, John Edwin

Hawkins, Floyd Edward

Terry, Roy Kenneth

George, Lloyd Cantley George, Heidrick A. Hocker, Marvin Leroy Howard, Katherine Beth Johnston, Raymond W.

Tryon, Charles Armen Turman, Lloyd Van Tyler, Lois E. Tyler, Virg i l E. Watson , Lawrence Thomas Walker, Rebecca A n n

Curtis Smith, Vice-Pres.

Com p l i ments of the

LOUISIANA DISTRICT E l be rt Dodd, Superi ntendent Preacher and Missionary Students

Students from Lou isiana District

DISTRICT CAMP AND N .Y.P.S. E N CAMPMENT June 26 thru J u ly 4 Dr. T. M. Anderson a n d Bona Fleming Evangel ists

Com p l i ments of the

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I ndependence, Ka nsas

Left to right: M. D. Smith, S. S. Supt.; Mrs. Merle Hudson, W.F.M.S. Pres.; Harold Garrett, N .Y.P.S. Pres.; Wayne Van Dyne, Choir Director

Church - 1 1 th and Wal nut

Paul M. Sadowsky Pastor Class of '39

THE ARKANSAS DISTRICT

STU DENTS F ROM A R KANSAS D I STR ICT

IS SUPPORTING BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE WITH ITS PRAYERS, STUDENTS AND MONEY W. H. JOHNSON, District S u peri ntendent ADVISORY BOARD

I . C. MATH I S W. L. FRENCH C. H. PA RKER DAV I D WA RD

We Congratulate the

W . F .M.S. President MRS. CA RL PRE NTICE S. S, Chairman J. W. H E N D R ICKSON N . Y. P.S. President E . H . SAN D E RS

1951 G ra duat ing

Class

CONGRATULATI ONS TO BETHANY-PEN I EL COLLEGE and CLASS OF 1 95 1

FROM

The North Side

Church of the Nazarene

FORT WORTH, T EXAS

Rev. and Mrs. l. H . Clegg

- S u p port i n g the Who le P rogram of the C h u rch -

FIRST C HURCH OF THE NAZARENE W I CHIT A, KA NSAS G. A. Gough, Pastor

FIRST CHURCH O F THE NAZARENE

46 Waugh Drive

Harold Kiemel, Pastor

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Congratulations a nd Best Wishes to the Class of '5 1

DODGE CITY

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE M. L. Turbyfi l l Pastor

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Geo. Snowberger Wm. Kornelsen Ray Sauer Henry Bergen Charles Hagor

M. M. Mowrey S. S. Supt. Mrs. Luci le Hagor

BOARD OF STEWARDS

W.F.M.S. Pres.

Ches H. Wilcoxen E. P. Lewis Fred L. Kuhne Bernice Anders Robt. Wil l iamson

Donna Jean Burr N.Y.P.S. Pres.

Avenue B and East Vine St.

Unlo ading Produce from Nebraska Motorcade ,

L . A . Ogden

CompJ i ments of

NEBRASKA DISTRICT

L. A. Ogden, District Superintendent C. W. Ogden, District N.Y.P.S. President A. A . Schneider, District Ch urch Schools Chairman Mrs. W. E. Thompson, District W.F.M.S. President

Nebraska Motorcade on Tour of Campus

Com p l i ments of the

FIR S T C HURCH O F THE NAZARENE Ponca City, Oklahoma

Church

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7 1 8 South Fourth Street W. D. McGra w Pastor

THE

BETHANY CHURCH of the

NAZARENE Rev. Everett S. Phillips

Bennett L. Dudney

Pastor

Min ister of Education

S UPPO R TIN G

HOLINESS UNTO THE LORD

Jack Rairdon

Vernon Snowb erger

Mrs. E. S. Phillips

N .Y.P.S. President

Sunday School Superintendent

W.F.M.S. Presider1t

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE l Oth and Cumberland at Beckley Dallas 8, Texas

WILLIAM C. ALLSHOUS E, Pastor

Henry Bol l, Sunday School Superintendent

A BEAUTIFUL CHURCH A GLOR IOUS MESSAGE

Kenneth McMa h a n , N .Y.P.S. President

A F R I ENDLY WELCOME

Ada McWil l iams, W. F. M. S . President

A C K N OWL E D G M E N T S HAL OWEN, Photographer Oklahoma City, Oklahoma AMERICAN BEAUTY COVER COMPANY, COVERS Da l ias, Texas SOUTHWESTERN STATIONERY & BAN K SUPPLY Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '5 1

May Success Be You rs I n The Years To Come

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A Part of Our Shop Devoted to Loca l I nstitutions

Cowan Printing Co.

316 E. Main

Phone 3467

O N E a n d TWO DAY S E RVICE BETHANY'S F I N EST AND MOST MODERN D RY CLEA N E RS Present N EW S H I RT LAU N DRY WITH MODERN EQU I PMENT

TU R N I N G OUT S H I RTS AN D CLEAN I N G

"Fit For A King " ELMER MANN and JAY R. JACOBS, Owners 1 1 5 S. Col lege

Phone 3332

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Phone 2742

Bethany, Oklahoma

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Betha ny-Peniel Col leg e from THE BETHANY FLOWER SHOP

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BETHANY

BETHANY

COMPLIMENTS OF

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Mr. and Mrs . N. A. L ittle, Owne rs

1 1 2 S . E . Main

Phone 3450

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which means that every letter produces a clean clear, sharp impression.

Where the best of camera and plate making equip­

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Where every order that comes to the plant is

looked upon by the craftsmen as an opportunity to display their skill.

Where QUALITY printing and lithographing

standards are maintained.

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Your Friendly

T. G. & Y. STO RE B ETHANY

Headquarters for Col lege Students

For your convenience

AS (LOSE AS YOUR DEAREST ffiAILBOX

serving the Bethany area

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STUDENT DIRECTORY ABBOTT, JACK 1 1 1 W. Poplar Sayre, Okla.

BAILEY, GLENN WALLACE 902 Cliff St. St. Joseph, Mo.

BENN ETT, VERLON WAYNE 1 1 7 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklo.

BOYD, BETTY MARIE Box 274 Chillicothe, Texas

ACTON, STERLI N G 307 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

BAILEY, JAMES PERRY Route 5 Greenville, Texas

BETTY, DORIS LORRA I N E 1 20 1 W . South Ave. Emporia, Kan.

BOZEMAN, JOE H . 734 Barkley Houston, Texas

ADAMS, GLEN EDWIN Route 2 Roosevelt, Okla.

BAKER, NOVA l.

BEVILL, MARTHA LENA Route 2 Searcy, Ark.

BRANDON, DELORES VALENTI N E

ADAMS, REATHA BROWN I NG 1 04 N. E. 3rd Bethany, Okla.

BAKER, PEGGY JANE 329 E. E' St. H utchinson, Kan.

BI RDWELL, LEO E. 608 N. Willow Bethany, Okla.

ADKINS, GEORGE W. Box 1 3 1 Barnsdall, Okla.

BALDWIN, GEORGE DONALD 407 N. E. 1 st Bethany, Okla.

BISHOP, TRAVIS D. 5 1 1 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

ALBERTSON, MARY BETH 3 1 2 2 N. 27th Fort Smith, Ark.

BALDWIN, HOWARD EARL Star Route Palacios, Texas

BLACK, DOROTHY PITTS Box 61 Bethany, Okla.

ALDRICH, ROBERT M. 2533 Verona St. Overland, Mo.

BALES, NORMA LEE 2 1 0 S. MUELLER Bethany, Okla.

BLACK, GERALD WAYNE 2 1 23 Mobberly longview, Texas

ALEXANDER, N I NA MAE 41 2 E. 1 0th Hutchinson, Kan.

BARNHI LL, IVAN RAY

BLANCHARD, H ENRY PIERRE, I l l 4028 Camp St. New Orleans, La.

ALLEN, BILLY RAY Bethany, Okla.

BARRON, JOHN E. 1 001 N . 1 2th Lamesa, Texas

BLANCHARD, J ESSE R. 4028 Camp St. New Orleans, La.

BASKETT, DOROTHY MAY

BLOODWORTH, GEORGE WALTON 6 1 9 N. W. 7th Bethany, Okla.

ALSOBROOK, McRI C H EY 1 05V> S. W. 1st Bethany, Okla. AlliSON, ROBERT Sharon, Okla. AMMEL, DONNA BRADLEY 205 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. AMMEL, JOHN ALVIN 205 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. ANDERSON, J EAN 1 1 1 Moreland Ave., S. E. Atlanta, Ga. ANDERSON, J E N N I E ODESSA 1 1 25 Ash St. Newton, Kan. . ANDERSON, J ESSE CRAWFORD 521 W. Grand Skiatook, Okla. ANDREWS, GEORGE D. 445 Washington Rogersford, Penn. ANTHONY, JOYCE MAR I E 1 9 1 3 Caldwell Conaway, Ark. ARMSTRONG, MARY LEE 3003 E. ledbetter Dallas, Texas ARNETT, HENRY FOSTER Blackwell, Okla. ARNOLD, GEORGE THOMAS Route 1 Seminole, Okla. ARNOLD, MELVIN EMERT Monument, Kan. ATTAWAY, CHARLES ALLEN 3034 S. W. 23rd Oklahoma City, Okla.

205 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

3 1 1 6 Kentucky Shreveport, La.

1 1 2 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. BASKETT, JOHN F. 1 22 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

BOHANNAN, LUTHER DOUGLAS 200 S. West Ave. Bethany, Okla.

BASS, DALE VERNON Dixon, Nebr.

BOHANNAN, GRADY BUFORD 712 N. West Ave. Bethany, Okla.

BATEMAN, K E N N ETH DERRALL Route 2 Cof eyville, Kan.

BATES, MARJORIE

808 s. 9th Kingfisher, Okla.

BOHANNON, WILLIAM MONROE 7 1 2 N . West Ave. Bethany, Okla. BOHANNON, LAVON I A LEE Hydro, Okla.

BATES, WILLIAM S. 4 1 1 w. 1 6th Bartlesvi lle, Okla.

BOLERJACK, FRANCIS H .

BAXTER, DONALD RAY

BOND, VELMA ARLENE Route 2 Ingalls, Kan.

409 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

622 S. W . 1 st Bethany, Okla.

BAYLES, VIRJEANE GARRETT 3 1 3 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

BONNER, WILLIAM HARVEY 1 1 6 S. Cherry Pine Bluff, Ark.

BEALS, CLI FFORD A.

BONN ETTE, ROBERT LEE 2935 Quinton Sh reveport, La.

5223 N. Fairmont Sioux City, Iowa BEALS, IVAN ANSON 2730 Prospect St. Sioux City, Iowa

BONSER, ELS I E ARLENE

BEAVER, DORIS DARLENE 200 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

BORDELON, H ELEN SORREL Bethany, Okla.

BEBOUT, MEREDITH STANDLEY Box 254 Grover City, 'Calif. BENN ETT, CHARLES 1 1 9% S. College Bethany, Okla.

1 1 2 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

BOWLUS, MELVIN VIRGI L Box 53 Alexander, Kan. BOWMAN, DOROTHY LEE 734 w. 1st Hutchinson, Kan. BOWMAN, JACK OLIVER 908 N . Beaver Bethany, Okla.

Craig, Mo. BRANNON, WILBUR W. 1 1 1 9 E. 37th Place Tulsa, Okla. BRASHER, LOIS S. 209 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. BRIDGES, RAYMOND M. 1 005 Graymount Birmingham, Ala. BRIGGS, DORETHA MAE 1 2 1 1 Quincy Topeka, Kart. BRI N K, V. ELLENE Ford, Kan. BRITT, BOB 2760 Holmes Kansas City, Mo. BRITTAIN, BETTIE JANE 1 524 lyle Ave. Waco, Texas BRITTON, PATRICIA 2732 East Ave. Springfield, Mo. BROCKMAN, VERNON LOGUS Vivian, La. BROOKS, TROY ELLIS 1 926 W. Elm Sp�in3field, Mo. BROUGH, MARLYN lYMAN Bethany, Okla. BROWN, CHARL YNN 403 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. BROWN, DENTON 1 002 E� Third Cushing, Okla . BROWN, DANIEL ELIJAH 3 1 7 1 8th St. St. Petersburg, Fla. BROWN, DOROTHY LEE 508 W. 4th St. Oakley, Kan. BROWN, DOROTHY MAXI N E Box 1 20 Albuquerque, N. M. BROWN, GRACE LOUISE 508 W. 4th St. Oakley, Kan. BROWN, H ENlY HARLAN 5034 Meadowbrook Dr. Fort Worth, Texas BROWN, LECIL Route 5 Searcy, Ark. BROWN, MARY LOU 4305 Fourth Sioux City, Iowa

ATWOOD, ERN EST E. Route 1 McArthur, Ohio

BENN ETT, RAMONA . J O 8 1 3 S. Main Sapulpa, Okla.

AYERS, JOSEPH CRAIG Bethany, Okla.

BENN ETT, ROWENA FIELDS Bethany, Okla.

BOWMAN, JOHN J EF F ERSON Route 2 Atlanta, Kan.

BROWN I NG, ELIZABETH CAROL

AYERS, S H I RLEY NORENE 303 E. '8' Ave. Altus, Okla.

BENN ETT, THELMA 7 1 5 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

BOWMAN, LEE R. 908 N . Walker Webb City, Mo.

BR'YON, ROBERT GEORGE 801 N. Crumley Guymon, Okla.

BROWN I NG, DONNA RUTH Pocasset, Okla. 1 54 Brevard Rd. Ashville, N. Car.

BRYANT, KENNETH DOYLE 3 1 0 S. 8th St. Arka nsas City, Kan.

CHAMBERS, HERBERT EUGENE 1 25 E. 1 2th Hutchinson, Kan.

COLLINS, FRANCIS CARL Route 2 Arapaho, Okla.

C ULWELL, JORDAN HAROLD Route 1 Elkins, Ark.

BUCHANAN, HAROLD W. Box 74 Ava, Mo.

CHANDLER, ELS I E GAYLE Route 1, Box 77 Terico, N. M.

COMMONS, VESTA JANE 321 1 N. Walnut Hutchinson, Kan.

CULWELL, TH ELMA G U I N N Goshen, Ark.

BULLOCK, DORIS NELL Box 64 Alto, Texas BULLOCK, VOY CLEMM I E Box 64 Alto, Texas BUMPUS, JOHN WILLIAM 2509 W. 1 6th St. Birmingham, Ala. BURCH, BILL E. Box 1 1 4 Melrose, N. M.

CHAN EY, BI RDALL PERRY Box 529 Bethany, Okla. CHAN EY, MARY LOUISE Box 529 Bethany, Okla. CHAPMAN, NORMA LEE 201 N. Cardenas Or. Albuquerque, N. M. CHAPMAN, PEARL E. Harrah, Okla.

CON NELL, O'DELL CALVIN 202 s. 20th Temple, Texas

CURRY, ROBERT L. 43 1 3 S. E. 27th Oklahoma City, Okla.

CONRAD, WILLIAM HOWARD 1 604 W. 5th Coffeyville, Kan.

CYPERT, ELISHA Route 3 Brownfield, Texas

COODY, RICHARD DONAVON 405 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

DANI ELS, BETTY RUTH

COOK, ALVIN BRYCE

DAN I ELS, H ELEN MARIE

Box 334 Bethany, Okla.

91 1 N. 'F' St. Wellington, Kan. 9 1 1 N. 'F' St. Wellington, Kan.

CHASTAIN, DOTT I E J EAN 1 4 1 7 Elliott Parsons, Kan.

COOK, NAOMI L. Box 334 Bethany, Okla.

DAVIDSON, ORIN W. 500 Washington Ne�sho, Mo.

CH ENOWETH, MAX I N E Route 1 Woodward, Okla.

COOK, PAU L I N E LOIS

DAVIDSON, WAULETA A. 341 W. Coler St. Neosho, Mo.

BURNS, CECIL CARL 2 1 1 Y2 N. College Bethany, Okla.

C H I NN, M. LUCILLE 807 N. Willow St. Bethany, Okla.

COOPER, JOAN CAROTHERS Box 665 Maxwell, Nebr.

DAVIS, BETTY DORIS Route 3 Carthage, Mo.

BURNSIDE, BI LLY H. 834 Darcey Ave. Morgantown, W. Yo.

C H I NN, TH EODORE M. 3 1 6 N. W. 5th Bethany, Okla.

COOPER, RONALD Box 245 Melrose, N. M.

DAVIS, BETTY LOU Route 2 Hutchinson, Kan.

BURR, JAMES A.

CHRISTENSON, ELMA MARIE 2255 S. Water Wichita, Kan.

COPE, ANDREW GLEN Box 79 · Fort Worth, Texas

DAVIS, DELLA MAR I E 1 01 5 s . 29th Omaha, Nebr.

BURR, VELVA DORENE Route 2 Rocky Ford, Colo.

CLARY, BETTY JANE

COPE, EVA MAE Box 289 Wewoka, Okla.

DAVIS, MARGERY EDITH 3539 Garfield Kansas City, Mo.

BURTON, BERTA FRANCES 1 05¥2 E. 2nd St. Roswell, N. M.

CLEGG, ELTON ELOY 2 1 1 2 Loving Fort Worth, Texas

CORNWELL, DONALD EDGAR Route 2, Box 1 1 0 Osborne, Kan.

DAVIS, WARREN LAVERNE 101 N. Asbury St. Bethany, Okla.

BURTON, BILLY JOE 1 05¥2 E. 2nd St. Roswell, N. M.

CLEGG, E U N I C E MANITA Hud Route Rotan, Texas

COSTON, ALTON HERBERT

DAVIS, WAYMAN FONTA I N E

BURWELL, DOLORES JOAN Southwest City, Mo.

CLEGG, LUTHER BRYAN ttud Route Rotan, Texas

COSTON, DORIS DEAN Route 2 Frederick, Okla.

CLEM, VIRGI N I A LEE 602 S. Judson Ft. Scott, Kan.

COURTN EY, MIKE O'DELL l l Y2 W. Main Miami, Okla.

C L I N E, JOHN Shawnee, Okla.

COX, TOMMYE J U N E Waco, Texas

C L I N E, ROBERTA I R E N E Route 3 Gage, Okla.

COX, BETTY JOLENE 2243 E. Mosier Norman, Okla.

BURKHART, JO ANN 1 25 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. BURN EY, MURRELL L. Box 384 Bethany, Okla.

801 E Dodge City, Kan.

CALHOUN, R. EUGENE 908 N. Beaver St. Bethany, Okla. CAMPBELL, NELDA J U N E Quinlan, Okla. CAMPBELL, PAUL I N E FLORENCE 510 Osceola Denver, Colo. CAMPBELL, RICHARD EDWIN 403 N. Florence Claremore, Okla. CAMPBELL, VIRGI NIA MAE 403 N. Florence Claremore, Okla. CANTRELL, WANDA MORRISETT 7 1 9Y2 S. Rock Island El Reno, Okla. CARGILL, VERNON J . Milburn, Okla. CARLISLE, HAROLD GOODWIN 1 1 08 S. Main Temple, Texas CARLISLE, LETA MAE 1 1 08 S. Main Temple, Texas CARTER, LUCRETIA MAE Route 2 Doniphan, Mo.

Box 96 Mason, Texas

C L I N K I N G H EARO, JACK EDWARD 503 E. Dewey Blackwell, Okla. CLOUD, D E N N I S DAN I EL Higgins, Texas C L I FTON, LEONA ESTELLE N. Rifle St. Arkansas Pass, Texas COATES, LOLA MAE 8 2 1 5 Bendell Drive Houston, Texas COBURN, THURMAN E. 3 1 5 S. E. 5th Bethany, Okla. COFFEY, ALICE FRANCES Box 477 Antlers, Okla. COFFEY, L I STON RAY Box 477 Antlers, Okla.

317 Hobson Ave. Hot Springs, Ark.

4 1 68 E. 5th Bethany, Okla.

CRAIG, ARDITH J U N E 3 1 8 E . Rainbolt Meade, Kan. CRAIG, CARL DENZIL 318 E. Rainbolt Meade, Kan. CRENSHAW, DONALD EUGENE 1 420 Springfield Stillwater, Okla. CROOKS, WILMA LOIS 2522 Fifth Great Bend, Kan. CROUCH, CHARLES GOODWIN Route 1 Lockney, Texas CRUZAN, FRANCES SARRILLA Box 1 67 Victor, Texas

CASEY, RALPH EUGENE 408 N. 3rd Sayre, Okla.

COGDILL, OSCAR GLEN 601 Thornton Clovis, N. M.

C U LLERS, ZULEIKA ALMA 5 9 1 5 N. W. 40th Oklahoma City, Okla.

CAVANAUGH, HARRISON E. 526 w. 1 44 E. Chicago, I n d .

COLE, MADGE MAD I L I E N E

CULLEY, OLVETTE LOUISE

Route 2 Udall, Kan.

Route 1 Talihina, Okla.

Box 74 Pearl, Texas DAYHOFF, LA VERNA Bison, Kan. DEEDS, ROBERT GENE 8 1 5 N. Pierce Hutchinson, Kan. DEHART, GEORGE Bethany, Okla. DeLONG, CAROLYN JANE 55 1 4 C restwood Dr. Kansas City, Mo. DeLONG, MARILYN LOU 5 5 1 4 Crestwood Dr. Kansas City, Mo. D E N N I S, LUTHER M. Box 1 94 Bethany, Okla. DICK, KEN 1 0 1 2 E. Haskell Pl. Tulsa, Okla. D I CK, R H EA PAU L I N E 1'<> 1 2 E. Hask� ll Pl. Tulsa, Okla. D I CKERMAN, ALVIS GRANT 404 S. Boston Stafford, Kan. DICKERMAN, DORIS CAROLYN 404 S. Boston Stafford, Kan. D I F F EE, JOE T. 1 623 W. 23rd St. Little Rock, Ark. DI LLARD, BETTY JOE 1 209 E. 26th Snyder, Texas • D I LLARD, CARL ALVIN Oden Star Route Mena, Ark.

DIMOND, M I N N I E BLANCHE 2 1 7 N . College Bethany, Okla. DINWIDDIE, EMIT CLARENCE Route 5 Wichita, Kan. DINWIDDIE, LUCILE H. Box 623 Bethany, Okla.

FREDERICK, CIVILLA 2 1 1 N. College Bethany, Okla.

ELLIS, DOYLE EUGENE Gaylord, Kan.

FREEBURG, ELIZABETH ANN

ELLIS, NORMA LAREE Box 972 Henryetta, Okla.

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DODSON, E. LUCILLE Yukon, Okla.

Ell, RUTH ELIZA ETH 2 1 0 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla.

DODSON, GLENN LEE 1 501 Shelden El Dorado, Kan.

EMERSON, laRON 205 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

DODSON, WILBUR Yukon, Okla.

EMMERT, I SAAC ERWIN Box 67 Texola, Okla.

DOGGETT, BENNY F. Route 3, Box 20 Bartlesville, Okla. DOLE, W. DWIGHT 3554 Howard Omaha, Nebr. DOROUGH, CAROLYN WEST 716 N . Winnetka Dallas, Texas DORRIS, ROBERT W. 305 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla. DOWNS, CHARLES RALPH Eunice, La. DRAPER, BILL DENSON Box 1 33 Queen City, Texas DRYE, JONAH TITUS Box 32 Bethany, Okla. DUDN EY, BENN ETT l. 307 N. College Bethany, Okla. DUDNEY, Cathryn laRUE Box 46 Quee.n City, Texas DuFOUR, MARY JO 1 72 1 W. Broadway Ardmore, Okla. DUNCAN, JOHN 905 Corsicana Wellington, Texas DUNGAN, LEONARD WALLACE 325 S. Oak Ponca City, Okla. D U N N , E . LUCILLE 201 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. DUNN, HARRI ETTE FRANCES 3 1 8 E. 7th Hastings, Nebr. DUNN, HAUL H . 201 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. DYCK, BETTY JANE 415 Boyd Ave. N. Newton, Kan. EASON, HAROLD RAY Route 2 Grand Soline, Texos

GERING, LEONARD LAWREN C E Kingmon, Kan.

ELLIOTT, FRANK CHARLES Route 2, Box 1 73 Aurowra, Mo.

EMMERT, JOHN W. Box 451 Bethany, Okla. ENGLE, RUTH 427 Park Dr. Norman, Okla. EPPLER, Alll E EMMERT Britton, Okla. ETHRIDGE, GERRIE Kilgore, Texas

Route 1 Ava, Mo. FREEBURG, SIDNEY GORDON

GEURIN, CARL 3030 s. w. 1 1 th Oklahoma City, Okla. GRANT, LORAN REGINALD 1 05 S. Douglas Malden, Mo.

Route 1 Ava, Mo.

GHOLSON, LAWRENCE W. Vet. Apt. 3 Bethany, Okla.

FREY, K E N N ETH OLIN Vet Hut No. 6 Bethany, Okla.

GIBBS, DRUSILLA I N EZ Route 1, Box 3 B Quail, Texas

FREY, VERNA EILEEN Vet Hut No. 6 Bethany, Okla. FRITZ, DONALD G E N E 524 N. W. 8th Bethany, Okla. FROST, B ILLY JOE 804 W. Main St. Shawnee, Okla.

GI LBERT, DON DEAN Ainsworth, Nebr. GILHAM, THOMAS F. 726 N. College Bethany, Okla. G I LLEY, MARVIN G .

FULMER, DONALD RAY 507 Orchard Bonnie, Texas FUNK, ROBERT, JR. 505 N. W. 8th Bethany, Okla.

605 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla. GLEASON, JEWEL MONROE 2 1 4 S. Asbury Bethany, Okla. GLIDDIN, ZELLA VIOLA 8502 Boyd St. Omaha, Nebr.

EUBAN KS, EDD I E l. Sallisaw, Okla.

GARBER, ALICE A N D ERSON Bethany, Okla.

EVANS, MARY JEANNE 867 N. Sam Houston Blvd.

GARBER, BI LLY G E N E Bethany, Okla.

GOEN, DONALD l. 1 24Y�. N. College Bethany, Okla.

GARBER, THOMAS RAYMOND

GOFF, J U NIOR EDWARD

San Benito, Texas FARR, AUDREY LEE 1 732 W. 6th Texarkana, Texas

Route 5, Box 7 Bristow, Okla.

Route 2 Galena, Kan. GARBER, BUD JOE 42 1 Y, N. E. Main Bethany, Okla.

GOLIGHTLY, B. F. Box 224 Mclean, Texas

FECHNER, JOHN CHARLES Route 3 Shattuck, Okla.

GARDNER, DONNA MAE

GOOD, WARREN G. 8 1 1 N. College Bethany, Okla.

FALES, HERMAN S. Route 3, Box 1 1 0 Jasper, Fla.

GARDNER, FRANKIE MOORE 3740 Ogden St. Beaumont, Texas

FECHNER, BUD WALTER Shattuck, Okla.

F.ERRAEZ, FERNANDO 1 83 1 Carondelet New Orleans, La. FETTERS, BOB R. 3 1 1 W. 2nd St. Watonga, Okla. FEURTADO, JACK WARREN 701 E. Rusk Marshall, Texas FITZGERALD, ROBERT BRUCE 302 E. Main Bethany, Okla. FLETCHER, ALBERTA M. Box 602 1 Bethany, Okla. FLETCHER, BI LLY JOE 1 1 7 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. FLETCHER, MILDRED H. 1 1 7Y2 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. FORD, BESSIE VIRGINIA 1 1 1 7 Clay Waco, Texas

EASON, LORETTA CREGG 1 640 N. Pacific Highway Kelso, Wash.

FOSTER, BON N I E I N EZ Cleo Springs, Okla.

EATON, WILDA ILENE Palco, Kan.

FOSTER, ROLLY H . H. Shippensburg, Pa.

EASTMAN, WANDA LORRA I N E Cimarron, Kan.

FOUST, THOMAS ALBERT 306 Southern Parson, Kan.

EDWARDS, HAROLD WAYNE 4 1 0 Oak Street Duncan, Okla.

FOX, FRANCES ALENE Altheimer, Ark.

ELKINS, CHARLES THOMAS Route 6, Box 6 1 6 Pine Bluff, Ark.

FRANKLIN, ROBERT E. l. 3801 N . W. 46th Oklahoma City, Okla.

Route 1 Delta, Colo.

GARDNER, JOHN B. 3740 Ogden St. Beaumont, Texas GARNETT, E N I D EARL 207Y2 N. Beaver Bethany, Okla. GARRETT, ZONABEL NEELY 3 1 3 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. GARRISON, LILLIAN 3 1 4 N. W. 6th Bethany, OklCI.

GOODE, H ERBERT SILVESTER Grand Saline, Texas GOODMAN, NELDA LOUISE 607 W. Arapaho Weatherford, Okla. GOODW I N , PATSY LEE Hydra, Okla. GORE, G E N E llOYD 1 1 0 S. Mueller Bethany, Okla. GRAHAM, PEGGY A N N E

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GARSEE, JARRELL W. Box 645 Bethany, Okla. GARSEE, BERNICE I R E N E Box 645 Bethany, Okla. GASSETT, GERALD EUGEN E 400 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. GATLI N, W. D. 1 1 5 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. GAY, THOMAS OSCAR 1 84 1 Y2 Heany Dr. Houston, Texas GEE, PATSY CHARLOTTE 2221 S. Riverside Dr. Fort Worth, Texas GEORGE, l. CANTLEY Box 8 1 6 loVilia, Texas GEORGE, HEIDRICK A. 4 1 3 Willow Bethany, Oklo.

1 507 w. 26th Houston, Texas

GRANT, DWIGHT 201 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. GRANT, MAVIS N . 509 Miller Bethany, Okla. GRAY, BON N I E 1 045 S. Hobart Pampa, Texas GREEN, IRMA YVO N N E Route 3 Augusta, Kan. GREEN, JOSEPH I N E RUTH 1 07 S. Peniel Bethany, Oklo. GREEN, ROBERT HAROLD 1 07 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. GREEN, MAX l. 3 1 7 S. Oak St. Holdenville, Okla. G R E I N ER, EUGENE GEORGE 308 N . W . 2nd Bethany, Okla. GREI N ER, KATHLEEN McANALLY 308 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

GREVE, ELLA MARIE 1 1 5 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla.

HARMON, EVELYN MARI E Route 1, Box 323a Delta, Colo.

GRAY, BON N I E LEE 1 045 S. Hobart Pampa, Texas

HARPER, PAUL FRANKLIN Kirwin, Kan.

GROUT, DEAN E. 2 1 4 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla.

HARRELL, CHARLES R. 2323 w. 1 2th Little Rock, Ark.

GROUT, ROBERT A. Bethany, Okla.

HARRELL, JOHNY 2323 w. 1 2th Little Rock, Ark.

GRUNDY, PAUL H. Box 422 Tishomingo, Okla.

HARRIS, JO A N N 1 1 4 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla.

GUNN, GORDON CARL

HARRIS, H UBERT R. Box 6 1 Gravette, Ark.

Box 1 44 Cement, Okla. GUNSTREAM, LETA MAE 2 1 5 N. Durango Dr. Albuquerque, N. M.

HARRIS, RUSSELL RAY

GUY, DONALD L. 1 B56 Arroyo Colorado Springs, Colo.

HARRISON, CHARLES RAY Box 671 Bethany, Okla.

GUYETT, LEROY DAVID 2418 Troost Kansas City, Mo.

HARROD, MARJORIE ELLEN

HAGIN, FRANK GORDON 306 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

HARROD, VANITA CAROL Route 1 Olton, Texas

HAGIN, CORDOVA R. 306 N . Asbury Bethany, Okla.

HARTMAN, FLORENCE Box 63 Syracuse, Kan.

HAGUE, CLARA BELLE 1 24 S. Osage Ponca City, Okla.

HARVEY, RAYMOND C. 500 N. W. 6th Bethany, Okla.

HAINEY, MERYLE NEWSOM 600 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

HASTINGS, BETTY JEAN Box 26 Cheney, Kan.

HAKES, ROBERT EARL

HATLEY, MELVIN 410 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

1 1 2 N. W. 3rcl Bethany, Okla.

1 05 S. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla.

Route 1 Olton, Texas

HALE, DeJ UANA LOU 508 N. College Bethany, Okla.

HAWKINS, FLOYD EDWARD

HALE, HELEN RUTH 1 920 E. Main Shawnee, Okla.

HAWKINS, NAOMI JOY 602 Weaver Emporia, Kan.

HALE, LOVETA MAE 739 N. Louisa Shawnee, Okla.

HAYNES, FAY CAROL 307 N. W. 5th

HALE, MARJORIE ANN 6 1 2 'B' S. E. Miami, Okla.

HEAVNER, PAULI N E FRANCES 2 1 0 Luder Kilgore, Texas

HALL, EDWARD JAMES Route 4 Muldrow, Okla.

H E I DEBRECHT, ALLEN

HALL, JAMES ROBERT 500 Simpson McPherson, Kan.

HEMBREE, MAY LOUISE 8 1 5 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

HALL, KENNETH D. 526 E. Simpson McPherson, Kan. HALL, RUBY LYNCH Bube, Ark. HALTOM, VIRGI N IA RUTH 3 1 5 E. Monroe Jonesboro, Ark. HAMMERSTROM, LeROY P H I L I P 4 1 1 1 Corby Omaha, Nebr. HAMILTON, PAUL LeROY Bethany, Okla.

1 1 7 N. Peniel .Bethany, Okla.

Bethany, Okla.

Vet. Hut No. 20 Bethany, Okla.

HENDERSON, MARGARET M. Iota, La. HENDERSON, WILLARD NOEL 3079 Dick Taylor Monroe, La. HENDRICKS, ROBERT MEREDITH 1 3 1 4 N. Monroe Topeka, Kan. HENDRIX, BON N I E ARLENE 531 W . See Nevada, Mo. HERREN, H I LLIS EDGAR 1 407 W. Cherry Nevada, Mo.

HAMPTON, CHARLOTTE 1 1 1 0 Memorial Dr. Atlanta, Ga.

HERREN, RUTH MAE

HARGROVE, MABLENE Batesville, Ark.

HERRICK, JAMES LOUIS Farmington, N. M.

1 407 W. Cherry Nevada·, Mo.

H ERRICK, RALPH WALTER Farmington, N. M. HERRIN, MARY ELLEN 303 N . College Bethany, Okla. H ESS, JOSEPH LEONARD Vet. Hut No. 1 Bethany, Okla. , H I G HTOWE R, GARLAND ODELL Dodson, Texas H I GHTOWER, WILMA FAY Route 1 Dodson, Texas HILL, EDWARD Box 1 53

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Pahokee, Fla. H ILL, RUBY ODESSA Box 1 46 Hooker, Okla. H I LL, THOMAS W. 4505 N. 1 4th Pl. Phoenix, Ariz. HILLERY, WI LMA FAY Russell Springs, Kan.

HOSTETLER, NAOMI MAE 1 620 E. 8th St. H utchinson, Kan. HOUSE, GLEN N I E CLARIECE 1 2 1 7 Parker North Little Rock, Ark. HOWARD, KATHER I N E BETH 2 5 1 4 Lynch Corpus Ch risti, Texas HOWLAND, DELMA L . 4 1 7 S. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. HOWLAND, ERNEST WAY N E 4 1 7 S. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. HUDSON, MARGETTA FAYE 1 425 S. Walnut Sherman, Texas HUDSON, RUTH MARIE Roote 1 Goodman, Mo. HUFF, J O H N W. Vet. Hut No. 4 Bethany, Okla.

HOBEL, HELEN S. 307 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla.

HUFF, ROBERT F. 303¥2 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

HOBEL, LEE ELDON

HUH NKE, ALFREDA CHRISTINE New Rockford, N. D.

503 7th Ave. N. W. Cedar Rapids, Iowa HOCKER, MARVIN L. 607 Vermont St. Austin, Texas HODGES, RALPH RAYMON D 5500 Lamar Mission, Kan. HODGSON, CHANTEL JEANI N E 1 220 S. Glass St. Sioux City, Iowa HODGSON, ROBERT EUGENE, JR. 1 220 S. Glass St. Sioux City, Iowa HODGSON, S H ELDA 1 220 S. Glass St. Sioux City, Iowa HOFFPAUIR, CLARENCE W. 541 Claiborne St. Sulphur, La. HOFFPAUIR, LARRY Route 3, Box 260 Lake Charles, La. HOFFPAUIR, STANLEY PAUL 7 1 7 Gen. Mouton Lafayette, La. HOGAN, EMMA JEAN 2 1 00 w. 24th Pine Bluff, Ark.

H UNTER, WILLIAM DALE 2900 Frederick Shreveport, La. HUTCHENS, W I N EVA LOUISE 602 N . Hemp Tishomingo, Okla. IMEL, EVELYN JEAN 2200 Ohio Lawrence, Kan. I NGRAM, BILL FRANKLIN 502 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. IRVINE, MARY VIRGI N IA Route 2 Neodesha, Kan. ISHAM, HAROLD S. 1 06 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. ISAACS, MILDRED LUCILLE 5 1 8 E. Maple Fairview, Okla. ISSACS, R. H. 1 1 9 S. College Bethany, Okla. JACKSON, JAMES PERRY 4000 N . W. 34th Oklahoma City, Okla. JANUARY, JAMES C. Augusta, Kan.

HOLMAN, GERALD I N E 1 07 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

JANZEN, S. RAYMON D Cloud C hief, Okla.

HOLMAN, JAMES EDSEL 1 07 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

J E N N I NGS, DAN D. Route 5 Coffeyville, Kan.

HOOVER, DANIEL C. 208 S. Asbury

J E N N I NGS, JIM L. 441 S. College Salina, Kan.

Bethany, Okla. HORST, DORIS LOUISE Route 1 Newton, Kan.

JOHNSON, ARC H I E R. 4 1 2 S. Somerville Pampa, Texas

HORTON, KENNETH DONALD Box 576 Carnegie, Okla.

JOH NSON, G . T.

HORTON, MARIE KNIGHT 309Y> N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

JOHNSON, RAY PAUL 603 N. 4th Durant, Okla.

HOSKINS, CATHER LEE 2 1 0¥2 Egan

JOH NSON, THURMOND JERRY. Box 371 Henderson, Kan.

Monroe, La.

503 s. 1 7th Frederick, Okla.

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KISER, F I NA D. 131 s. 7th St. Santa Paula, Colif.

LEWIS, ARTHUR GERALD 1 1 40 s. w. 46th Oklahoma City, Okla.

McFERREN, GEORGE M. 323 S. Windomere Dallas, Texas

JOHNSON, WYNONA EARLENE 307 N. W. 4th Bethany, Okla.

KLEMME, K E N N ETH ALLEN 1 229 N. 1 1 th Enid, Okla.

UTILE, ARTHUR D. 1 056 Riverton Dr. San Carlos, Calif.

McGILL, WILLIAM HARRELL

JOH NSTON, G. KAY

KNEE, ELMER HENRY Afton, Iowa

UTILE, MAGGIE M. Box 1 03 Bethany, Okla.

McGI NTY, BOBBY D. Beebe, Ark.

JOHNSON, WILLIAM 1 09 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

4904 Lynnwood Austin, Texas JOH NSTON, RAYMOND W. Box B93 Socorro, N. M. JOINER, HAL 4 1 5 Hodges Lake Charles, La. JONES, BARBARA J EAN Route 3 H utchinson, Kan. JON ES, CHARLES EDWIN 2915 Bales Kansas City, Mo. JONES, CHARLES RAY 1 409 An Rd. Lufkin, Texas JONES, ORVILLE E. 2 1 7 Monroe Clarksdale, Miss.

KNI GHT, JOHN ALLEN 220 E. Palm Dr. Lakeland, Fla. KNOLL, GRACE LYNN 1 327 w. 2 1 st Houston, Texas KNOX, SIDNEY C. 1 01 Vernon Ave. Lubbock, Texas KNUTSON, RICHARD WAYNE B22 Circle Q Hastings, Nebr. KOUNTER, IVAN 64B Post Rd. Chester-Trainer, Penn. KREIE, NEVA JO Sylvia, Kan. KREIE, RUTH ALENE Sylvia, Kan.

JON ES, RICHARD ANDREW Route 3 Hutchinson, Kan.

KREY, PATRICIA LOUISE Route 2 Great Bend, Kan.

JON ES, SAllY

KRIGBAUM, NAOMI ELSIE Box 733 Bartlesville, Okla.

1 403 E. 77th Kansas City, Mo.

UTILE, WALTER LOUIS 901 N. Harris Tyler, Texas LIVI NGSTON, WILLIAM B. 2 1 4 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. LONG, CLAUDE G. Johnson, Kan. LANTHAN, LYNN W. Knowles, Okla. LUBBERS, MARY A N N Ensign, Kan. LOCKEY, PEARL C . 5 1 5 Linden Stevbinville, Ohio LUMLEY, MARVIN M. Vet. Hut No. 1 5 Bethany, Okla. LUNA, PEDRO B. Bethany, Okla. McALLISTER, BEVERLY LOIS Box 296 Alma, Ark.

6 1 5 Wook St. Carmi, I l l .

McGI NTY, DAN I EL DOYNE Beebe, Ark. McGUFFEY, WANDA J EAN 304 Oleandu G"rand Saline, Texas Mci N N I S, JffiA MAE 2507 Ohsfeldt St. Houston, Texas McH U I N , K E N N ETH ONAN 2 1 0 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. McKELLIPS, D. A . 4205 Fitzgerald Wichita, Kan. MACKEY, JANET 1 022 Edison Ave. La J unta, Colo. MADDUX, MAYNARD LEE N. Star Route lakin, Kan. MAIDEN, EULA MAE Ingalls, Kan. MAIDEN, HAROLD Cassville, Wis.

McARTHUR, WANDA J U N E 1 1 B N . Oklahoma Mangum, Okla.

MANEY, RUTH Box 24 Burkburnett, Texas

LAKEY, BILLY JOHN Neodesha, Kan.

McBROOM, MARLENE MAY 1 06 E. 7th Topeka, Kan.

MARRS, J. R. Filer, Idaho

LAMBERT, ANSEL D. 207 Bizzel St. Bryan, Texas

KEllER, NORMAN EUGENE Box 256 Seelyville, Ind.

McBURN ETI, HELEN LEWIS 1 06 S. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

LAMBERT, MADIE RAYE Box 971 Vivian, La.

KELLY, JEDONNE DOLORES

McBURN ETI, ROBERT 1 06 S. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

LAMBERT, TERRY K. 207 Bizzel Bryan, Texas

McCLAFLI N, ALICE MARIE 168 N. 6th Medford, Okla.

LAND, LEROY Box 1 9 Pampa, Texas

McCLAFLI N, E. DALE 1 68 N . 6th Medford, Okla.

LANDTROOP, DOYCE AVANELLE Box 3 1 Floyd, N . M.

McCLAFLIN, GERALDI N E

LANGFORD, CHARLES CLAYTON Box 524 Gainesville, Fla.

McCLA I N, THOMAS BOYD 1 403 Cuyhaga Clarksdale, Miss.

JOYCE, NAOMI RUTH Pleasanton, Kan. KEEFE, JOHN HORACE 200 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. KEESEE, CHARLEY Box 556 Bethany, Okla.

1 9 1 6 N. Trenton Ruston, La. KELSO, MARY LOU lone Tree, Iowa KENN EDY, EDWARD D E N N ISON 2 1 25 N. W. 35th Oklahoma City, Okla. KETCHUM, BETTY JANE 330 W. Ocean Blvd. long Beach 2, Calif. K I F ER, NEVA ZOE 3 2 3 W . Miller-Apt. 1 Stillwater, Okla. KIME, MILDRED JOSEP H I N E E. Star Route lenapah, Okla. KING, ANNA NELL 1 008 Hickory Sweetwater, Texas KING, EARL GENE Box 59 Chickasha, Okla. KING, FLORENCE VIRGINIA Box 255 Zylks, La. KI NSEY, CHARLES E. Box 1 097 Wichita Falls,_ Texas KIRBY, D Q �SEY RAYMOND 36) �; Campbell Kansas City, Mo. KI RBY, GLENN OTIIS 3618 Campbell Kansas City, Mo.

LADMAN, OPAL FAE Box 697 Flat River, Mo.

LAN HAM, DELBERT GEORGE Route 4 Woodward, Okla. LEE, RUT H I E ARIMENTA Box 1 1 22 Brownfield, Texas LEFFEL, ROBERT LEROY Route 3 H utchinson, Kan. LEFFEL, S H ERRY McGLA C H L I N Route 3 H utchinson, Kan. LEGE, CALVIN MAURICE Crawley, La. LEHMAN, LEO DEAN 22nd lincoln Woodward, Okla.

209 Line Hillsboro, Texas

McCOMAS, SUNNY S. 6 1 2 1 Heidel Ave. Baton Rouge, La. McCRARY, ANNA RUTH 704 E. 1 3th Cisco, Texas McCRARY, MARY MAUD 704 E. 1 3th Cisco, Texas McCREERY, BETTY JO 1 0 1 8 Rice La J unta, Colo. McCREERY, G E N E DELOS 1 1 1 2 1 3th St. Greeley, Colo.

LEMAY, MORA JANE Box 452 Bethany, Okla.

McCREERY, M I LTON LEVERET , 1 01 8 Rice Ave. La J u nta, Colo.

LEMMONS, ROY JAMES 1 1 0 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

McCURTER, BETTY LOU 600 N. Edward Malden, Mo.

MARTIN, DONALD ALLEN 301 S. College Bethany, Okla. MART I N, MARY LOU Box 875 Erick, Okla. MARTI N, TOM I E STANDLY 1 1 2 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla. MASON, LEWIS ALEXANDER 1 1 0 S. Donald Bethany, Okla. MATSON, MORRIS CHARLES 928 N . Baird Midland, Texas MAYO, l. ALVI N Box 1 98 lake Charles, La. MEAD, J U N E 707 E. Elm Hillsboro, Texas MEAZELL, NORMAN DWA I N E 1 1 3 N . 1 8th Colorado Springs, Colo. MEADOR, JAMES THOMAS 209 E. 2nd Borger, Texas MERRi ll, K E N N ETH ROGER 4 1 07 Victory Drive Marshall, Texas MEWES, EVELYN LENORA Box 1 90 Fairbury, Nebr. MILBURN, CHARLES 5 1 7 Crone St. Conway, Ark. MILBURN, VIRGIL EUGENE 7 1 8 Julio Alters, Okla. MillER, EDNA Box 34 Dodson, Texas

M I LLER, JOEL EDWARD 1 08 College Bethony, Oklo.

MURRAY, MODENA Route 1 Tahoka, Texas

MI LLER, MARY MOFFAT Box 444, Port of Spain Trinidad, BWI

MYERS, ARTHUR WILLIAM

M I LLER, PAU L I N E

MYERS, BEVERLY JOYCE

201 N. Douglas Bethany, Okla. MI LLER, RUTH C . Box 444, Port of Spain Trinidad, BWI MI LLER, WILLIAM V. 4302 Arkansas St. Wichita, Kan. MILLICAN, NORMAN PAUL 9 1 7 Preston Waco, Texas MILLNER, DOROTHY C. Box 55 Dc:.dson, Texas MITCH ELL, WILLIAM Route 1 Haven, Kan. MIYANISHI, BARBARA H I SAKO. 5 1 3 Haiwiula Honolulu, Hawaii MONTGOMERY, DOYLE WAYNE Kechi, Kan. MOON, FRED MAURICE 1 1 4 W. 'M' St. Shawmet, Ala. MOON, WILMA 1 1 4 W. 'M' St. Shawmet, Ala. MOORE, DARRELL P. 1 009 Main St. Delta, Colo. MOORE, DONALD C. Bethany, Okla. MOORE, GENE A. Box 432 Wellington, Texas MOORE, JAMES VERNON 1 1 9 N. Redmond Bethany, kla.

MOORE, MARTHA ANN East Riverside Courts Carlsbad, N . M. MOORE, f. E. MAURICE 1 009 Main St. Delta, Colo.

Box 744 Bethany, Okla. Craig, Mo. NANCE, JACK LEE Tishomingo, Okla. NEAL, MORRIS LEO 207 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. NELSON, LEON EDWARD 322'h 6th St. Perry, Okla.

PARMER, MARY A N N 1 400 Ave. A Cisco, Texas PARSONS, VERLIN KEITH Miltonvale, Kan. PAYNE, GLEN H. 523 E. Clark Weatherford, Okla. PATTON, B. A. 9 1 3 Lawerence Ternvell, Texas PAXTON, EARL ARTHUR Bethany, Okla. PAYNE, JOY 1 1 1 Walnut Muskogee, Okla.

N EWCOMB, MARGIE ALICE 1 1 6Y> N. College Bethany, Okla.

PEARSON, NORMA LEE 525 Cedar Yukon, Okla.

N EWMAN, J U N E Route 4, Box 41 1 Joplin, Mo.

PENDLETON, JOHN PAUL Route 3 Wills Point, Texas

N EWMAN, SHIRLEY EILEEN

PENNER, DOROTHY DARLENE

Route 4, Box 4 1 1 Joplin, Mo. N I CHOLS, VESTAL OTHO 803 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. N I C HOLS, JAMES C. Wheatland, Okla. NOFFSIN�ER, DEAN 406 Curtis Brush, Colo. NORED, LOLA GERALDI N E 504 Rogers Ave. Poteau, Okla. NUTLER, MARY BETH Route 2, Box 39 Conway, Ark. OAKES, FRANCIS DONALD 5 1 9 S. Dowling San Benito, Texas OAKj:S, WI N I FRED R I N D 5 1 9 S. Dowling San Benito, Texas OGEDEN, LOREN EUGENE 803 N. Briggs Hastings, Nebr. ORNDOFF, PAUL B. Route 6 fayetteville, Ark.

Box 64, Route 1 Clinton, Okla. PERKINS, BON N I E EDWIN Route 1 Post, Texas PERRYMAN, J. E. 2 1 8 N . Donald Bethany

PRICHARD, WALTER LLOYD 1 743 Gold Wichita, Kan. P R I N C E, B I LL 3 1 0 N. Jackson Altus, Okla. PROFFETT, MARVIN 414 S. E. Main Bethany, Okla. PRUIT, CONN I E 1 424 E . Pine Enid, Okla. PRUIT, MARION 1 1 39 E . Haskell Tulsa, Okla. PRYOR, JEAN 2009 N . 1 5th Waco, Texas Q U I R I NG, ERMA RUTH Route 1 Newton, Kan. Q U I R I NG, FRANK LE ROY Route 1 Newton, Kan. Q U I R I NG;'JOAN Route 1 Newton, Kan. RADEBAUGH, BOBBY DEAN Craig, Mo. RADEBAUGH, WYNONA LOU Craig, Mo.

PERRYMAN, N I TA RAY

RAI NBOLT, PATSY RUTH 210 Navajo Cleveland, Okla.

PETERS, THOMAS IRVIN 715 Clay Arkadelphia, Ark.

RAI N ES, CLINTON ALVIN 201 N . Donald Betha ny, Okla.

PETTY, JO A N N E N . Commerce Way Clovis, N. M.

RAISER, SUZANNE Craig, Mo.

208 w. 7th Quanah, Texas

P H I LLI PS, LEAH DELL 2702 4 1 st Pl. Des Moines, Iowa P H I L L I PS, MAE ELA I N E Route 3 H utchinson, Kan. P H I LLIPS, VIRGINIA LOU 2702 41st Pl. Des Moines, Iowa PI ERCE, MELVIN LEROY Route 1 Mclean, Texas

RAY, WILLIAM JACKSON 1 903 22nd Bradenton, Fla. RAYMER� IONA LOU Route 1, Box 3B2 De Ridder, La. RAYMER, VIDA GERTRUDE Route 1, Box 382 De Ridder, La. REED, RONNY EUGEN E 808 S. River Carthage, Mo.

MOORE, MYRTLE LORRA I N E Hill City, Kan.

OSHIRO, ALICE 1 1 06 Kaili St. -Honolulu, Hawaii

MORGAN, GRACE EDNA Box 502 Bethany, Okla.

OWENS, DONALD DEAN Box 4539 Stockton, Calif.

MORGAN, MERRILL MARVIN 1 1 09 Dearborn Caldwell, Idaho

OYLER, CALVIN BERYL

MORRIS, RENA MAX I N E 208 E. 9th St. Cisco, Texas

PADEN, BERNARD f . 3558 N. 59th Omaha, Nebr.

MOYER, VELMA LOUIS� 207 W. Poplar Lamar, Colo.

PADEN, MARY JEAN 3558 N. 59th Omaha, Nebr.

MOYER, VERTA LEE 207 W. Poplar Lamar, Colo.

PAGAN, KEITH Box 29 Stroud, Okla.

MULLI NS, GEORGE C., JR. 208 N. College Bethany, Okla.

PARDUE, JAMES W. 3 1 3 N. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla.

MUNDELL, W I N F I ELD A. 708 N . Mueller Bethany, Okla.

PARIS, WENDELL OSBORN 534 S. La. Loundaine Springfield, Mo.

PRENTICE, GEORGE 535 Russell Ave. El Dorado, Ark.

RHODES, LETA MAE 7 1 1 Vassar Albuquerque, N. M.

MURRAY, BARBARA G E N E Box 976 Texarkana, Texas

PARKER, CLARENCE M. 623 w. 1 9th Ada, Okla.

PREUSS, ADEL I N E LOIS 905Y2 W. Douglas Wichita, Kan.

RHODES, SKEET Route 2 Petersburg, Texas

540 Pattie Wichita, Kan.

PLEMMONS, EUGENE L. 1 06 S. Asbury Bethany, Okla. POGUE, WILLIAM J . Route 2 Jacksonville, Texas POST, G E N E LEROY 503 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. POWELL, MARY ELLEN 227 E. 1 0th St. Newton, Kan. POWERS, MARY LaVERNE 1 307 W. Gentry Henryetta, Okla. POWERS, WADE 2640 8th St. Port Arthur, Texas PRENTICE, CARL 535 Russell Ave. El Dorado, Ark.

REEP, FRANCES LA VONN E 1 842 Vermont Lawrence, Kan. RUFF, LUCY ELLEN 1 407 N. Main Garden City, Kan. RHODES, A. T. 305 W. Moise Prescott, Ark. RHODES, BERTUS A. 7 1 1 Vassar Albuquerque, N.

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RHODES, DOROTHY GLADMAN 1 24 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. RHODES, DOROTHY J EAN 908 Karnes Fort Worth, Texas RHODES, FREDA GWEN Route 2 Abernathy, Texas

RHODES, WANDA MAE 7 i 1 S. Vassar Albuquerque, N . M.

RUBLE, WARREN D.

RICE, COLEEN 4323 Hollywood Terr. Corpus Christi, Texas

RUN NELS, FAYE I R E N E 207 N. Fairview Pittsburg, Kan.

RICH EY, MONROE WILLIAM Route 4 San Benito, Texas

RUNYON, BETTY M.

R I C H I E, JAMES WENDEL 1622 N . Market Wichita, Kan.

RUNYON, FRANCIS 309 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

RI DDLE, JOAN 1 98 E. Blvd. S. Pontiac, Mich.

RUSHI NG, FRANKLIN DEE

RI DDLE, MELVIN LEE 68 W. Rutgers Pontiac, Mich.

RUSHING, MARIDEL 1 05 E. Overton Madill, Okla.

RIGGS, J ERRY 1 08 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla.

RUSHING, ULUS Bethany, Okla.

RILEY, CECIL HARVEY 505 N. W. 6th Bethany, Oklo. ROARK, DORIS GLYNN 602 N. 7th West Monroe, La. ROBINSON, CLARA JEAN ETTE 1 825 Baylor St. Waco, Texas ROBN ETT, CL.IFTON EUGENE 520 N. W. 8th Bethany, Oklo. ROBSON, LESTER HARMON 302 N. College Bethany, Oklo. ROEBER, WILMA J U N E 1 807 S. Locust Pittsburg, Kon.

3937 N. W. 1 2th Oklahoma City, Okla.

309 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

Box 32 Bethany, Okla.

RUTLEDGE, DAVID E. 229 Spruce Clarksdale, Miss. SANDERS, MARGRETTA 3900 30th Port Arthur, Texas SANDERS, DON Apt. 948 Sheppard Field Wichita Falls, Texas SARGENT, EDNA J U N E Rural Route Steinauer, Nebr. SAUER, WILLODENE Cimarron, Kan. SAUNDERS, ILA MAE 523 s. 8th Lincoln, Nebr. SEARS, KEITH Cedar, Kon.

ROGERS, HOMER LEE Route 2 Coffeyville, Kon.

SCHNEI DER, CORENE MAE 1607 E. 7th Winfield, Kan.

ROGERS, JOHN HENRY Route 2 Coffeyville, Kan.

SCOFI ELD, LOIS ADELE 1 50 1 Travis Amarilla, Texas

ROGERS, MARTHA LUELLA

SCALES, EULA MAE Box 721 Mclean, Texas

Route 2 Coffeyville, Kon. ROGERS, VIRG I N IA LYNN 1 02 W. Wilda Tampa, Flo.

SCALES, K E N N ETH LEE Box 721 Mclean, Texos

ROGERS, WANDA LORENE Box 537 Past, Texas

SCHOFI ELD, WALTER ELBERT

ROLAND, LESSLEY Route 2 Moldron, Okla.

SCUDDAY, WENDEL G E N E 2 1 2 W. Hill Brownfield, Texos

ROPER, DENZIL Route 4, Box 223 Tulane, Calif.

SHADIX, LOUIS BRYAN 3 1 5 N. Main Hollis, Okla.

ROPER, WANDA 1 6 1 2 N. 1 6th Lawton, Oklo.

SHARP, NORA MOZELLE Route 3 Neosho, Mo.

ROSFELD, FLORENCE RUBY

SHARPTON, WENDELL AQUILLA 1 1 04 Broadway Collinsville, Oklo.

Route 2, Box 270 Lake Charles, La. ROSFELD, JOHN EZRA Route 2, Box 270 Lake Charles, La. ROSS, IRMA LEE Elkhart, Kan. ROUGEOU, CORINDA SUE 602 w. 1 2th Dallas, Texas ROUGH, BILL 5360 S. 36 Wove Tulsa, Oklo. RUARK, E STHER L. Bethany, Oklo.

1 8 1 5 Morven Overland, Mo.

SHAW, JOY DEANE Route 2 Jefferson, Oklo. SHI PPY, HARLAN Route 1 Chapman, Kon. S H I PPY, VIDA MARY Route 1 Chapman, Kon. SHOPFNER, BI LLY JOE 802 N. 47th Fort Smith, Ark.

SHORT, LILLIAN FAITH Booneville, Ark. SHOWALTER, J O H N EMERSON Route 2 Norborne, Mo. SHROPSHIRE, J EAN A N N ETTE 1 1 2 3rd McPherson, Kan. SHURLEY, CARMEN 307Y2 N . W. Main Bethany, Okla.

SONNEYIK, M I LTON EDWIN 1 1 9Y2 S. College Bethany, Okla. SOOTER, JACK Route 1 Sarcoxie, Mo. SOOTER, WANDA J U N E Route 1 Sarcoxie, Mo. SPANGLER, ESTHER LYLE Moville, Iowa

SHURLEY, WAYNE MARION 307Y2 N . W. Main Bethany, Okla.

SPELL, J . CURTIS

SIMS, NOAH PAUL

SPOON, DARRELL LEE

Atlanta, Texas S I NDEN, H ERBERT 320 w. 4th Uh richsville, Ohio S I N GLETERRY, EMERY J EWEL 1 1 7 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. SI NGLETERRY, RAYMOND EDGAR 72 1 N. Asbury Bethany, Oklo. SLOAN, ALFRED PAUL 323 W. Folton Blackwell, Oklo. SLOAN, DELFRED LEE 402 Knoblock Stillwater, Oklo. SLOAN, RAY ARTHUR Cleveland, Kan.

416 E. Jeanette Crowley, La. 403 Grand Mound City, Mo. STAFFORD, ONUS L. 1 00 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. STAHLY, ROBERT D. Route 5 Newton, Kan. STALL I N GS, LESLIE KEANER Route 1 Hyndman, Po. STARK, JAMES EDWARD Route 1 Emmett, Ark. STEARMAN, VIRGI N I A FAY Box 704 Hooker, Oklo.

SLOTHOWER, BELDEN J. Osborne, Kan.

STEEL, RUBY MAE Route 1 Brownsboro, Texas

SLUSHER, CHARLES ODDIS Route 2 Lincoln, Ark.

STEEL, RUSSELL LEWIS Route 4, Box 1 67 Norfolk, Yo.

SMITH, FAYE Box 604 Tishomingo, Oklo.

STEELE, LEE WILLIAM 702 E. 8th Coffeyville, Kon.

SMITH, HALLIE

STEELE, H ERBERT LeROY

2 1 4 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla.

702 E. 8th Coffeyville, Kan.

SMITH, KENNETH EARL 201 Beaver Guymon, Oklo.

STEGALL, E. C. 2234 S. Phoenix Tulsa, Okla.

SMITH, LORA J A N E 900 S. E. Arizona Portales, N . M.

STEPHENS, WILLIAM 1 0 1 8 E. Walnut Cushing, Oklo.

SMITH, MAR I E 1 942 S. Minn Wichita, Kon.

STEWART, JAMES M . Route 1, Box 1 7 Robeline, La.

SMITH, PAUL J. Box 698 Bethany, Oklo.

STIPE, CHARLES MARION

SMITH, PAUL R. 2 1 4 N. Redmond Bethany, Oklo. SMITH, ROBERT L. 1 97 Dakota Columbus 8, Ohio SMITH, ROY MARK 500 N . Plum Hutchinson, Kon. SNOWBARGER, LOIS 3 1 2 N. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. SNOWBARGER, MARVIN DALE Route 1 Dodge City, Kan. SNOWBARGER, WYNONA JOAN Route 1 Dodge City, Kon. SNYDER, NORMA J EAN Bethany, Okla. SONNEYIK, MABEL BALL 1 1 9짜2 S. College Bethany, Okla.

1 09 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Oklo. STANGELAND, GORDON MOORE 705 N. Pine Ponca City, Okla. STO N E C I P H ER, ELLIS E. 5 6 1 5 N. W. 4 1 st Oklahoma City, Oklo. STOWE, GU-REE

500 w. 7th Cisco, Texas

STOWE, JO ANN 500 W. 7th Cisco, Texas STRICKIN, RUBY A N N E 330 S. W. 34th Oklahoma City, Okla. STROMAN, JOHN EDWIN Box 1 32 Olmite, Texas STROUD, CHARLES LESTER 1 403 S. Jensen El Reno, Okla.

STUMP, BOO N I E MAR I E

THOMPSON, JOHN E. 3425 'D' Lincoln,· Nebr.

VanBIBBER, REX L.

SUDDUTH, PATSY RUTH 7 1 1 W. Harris Madill, Okla.

THOMPSON, MARY LEA Box 431 New London, Texas

VANCE, C H ESTER SAMUEL

SULLIVAN, BILL MUNSEY

TIMS, TROY D. Marlow, Okla.

VANDEGR I FT, J U N E ELIZABETH

Box 72 Hamlin, Kan.

1 3 1 5 Chestnut Pine Bluff, Ark. SULLIVAN, BI LLY ROSS Box 1 52 Post, Texas SULLIVAN, I N EZ IRENE 1 1 6 E. Everett St. Brush, Colo. SULLIVAN, WESLEY OTTO B04Y, N. 4th Longview, Texas SUMPTER, CLYDE 5 1 4 S. Tom S:. Webb City, Mo. SUNDERLAND, PAT 1 B 1 6 2nd Woodward, Okla. SUTTON, K�NETH RAY 38 1 1 Shelley Blvd. Do lias, Texas SWANN, J O H N I E ALMEN 72 1 N. Col!ege Bethany, Okla. SWEET, LOIS B. 701 5th Woodward, Okla.

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Box 722 Bethany, Okla. 325 E. 8th Hutchinson, Kan. 1 406 Louisiana Little Rock, Ark.

TOEPFER, DARLE E 201 Y, S. Donald Bethany, Okla.

VANDERLINDE, PHILLIP RAY

TOEPFER, JAMES C. 201 Y, S. Donald Bethany, Okla.

VAN PELT, ELDRED LEON

TRACY, VIVIAN IMOGENE 6027 E. 1 2th Kansas City, Mo. TRACY, WESLEY DWAYNE 6027 E. 1 2th Kansas City, Mo. TRAMMELL, MORDELL 1 05 Walnut Duncan, Okla. TRENT, WANDA SUE Haven, Kan. TROTTER, MARTHA ANN Box 295 Tishomingo, Okla. TROWER, ROBERT FLOYD 904 Jones Clovis, N. M. TRUSSELL, KAY De Witt, Ark.

604 Wanetta Bethany, Okla. Route 1 Oberlin, Kan.

WELLS, MYRTLE H. 91 1 Fairview Dr. Bethany, Okla. WESTLUND, HAROLD J. 2316 N . 24th Phoenix, Ariz. WESTMAN, T. BURNS 2208 W. Eubanks Oklahoma City, Okla. WESTMORELAND, JUANONA J U N E 654 Hoffman Corpus Christi, Texas WHATLEY, HAROLD CLAYTON 28 1 0 Las Palmas Port Arthur, Texas

VENABLE, ALBERT LUTHER 606 Fletcher Austin, Texas

WHITE, DOTT I E J EA N Route 1 La J u nta, Colo.

WADE, LAWRENCE H. 3 1 0 N. Wheeler Bethany, Okla.

WHITE, H ENRY BENTON

WADLEY, MARGIL WARREN 3 1 0 Green Eastla nd, Texas

WHITE, LA N ETA LYNN 302 S. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

WAITS, M. ELOISE 1 405 Oklahoma Ave. Woodward, Okla.

WHITE, THEONA ILEEN 330 Main Augusta, Kan.

WAITS, J ESSE LEE 1 405 Oklahoma Ave. Woodward, Okla.

WHITENER, JAMES C. 1 223 N. Hamilton Dalton, Okla.

WALLACE, BETTY L.

W H I TSETT, DON 5500 E. Apache Tulsa, Okla.

Box 1 94 Elida, N. M.

1 1 1 6 Lee Lawton, Okla.

SYKES, JAMES MONROE 902% E. 4th Coffeyville, Kan.

TRYON, CHARLES ARMEN Box 904 Sinton, Texas

WALDEN, ERN EST JOSEPH 245 w. 'C' Kingman, Kan.

W H I TTOCK, ZELNA l O N E 28 1 8 Hickory Texarkana, Ark.

TACKETT, CHARLES R. 1 601 N. College McKinney, Texas

.TUCKER, DANIEL H. Box 497 Bethany, Okla.

WALKER, EDITH MAE 326 Coleridge St. San Francisco, Calif.

W I D N ER, CHARLES MEREDITH

TANKERSLEY, HAROLD D.

TURMAN, LLOYD VAN 1 2 1 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

WALKER, REBEC CA ANN Box 894 Pharr, Texas

WIENS, ARTHUR Box 271 Meade, Kan.

TURNER, FREO OLEN Cleo Springs, Okla.

WALRAVEN, MAURICE PETER 204 S. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

WILEY, ELWOOD EMERY Route 3 San Benito, Texas

WALTON, VICTORIA RUTH Route 2 Abilene, Texas

WI LLEY, ELLA LAVELLE 600 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

WATANABE, GRACE KEIKO 410 E. Le!co Lane Honolulu, Hawaii

WILLIAMS, BETTY I R E N E

WATSON, CLARENCE PAUL

WILLIAMS, DOROTHY K. 506 N . Asbury Bethany, Okla.

WATSON, ELBERT LESLIE

WILLIAMS, ORVILLE C. 5 1 3 N . St. Paul Wichita, Kan .

5 1 5 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. TAYLOR, JOHN DAVID 3600 N. Arkansas Wichita, Kan. TAYLOR, CALVIN MONROE Lawton, Okla. TAYLOR, ROBERT R. 1 003 Harris Ardmore, Okla. TAYLOR, SHERMAN N. Hemingford, Neb. TAZELAAR, CLI FFORD Bethany, Okla. TERRY, GLEN W. 1 1 00 8th Brownwood, Texas TERRY, ROY KENNETH Route 1 Harlinger, Texas TERRY, VANETTIA 1 00 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. THOMAN, DEAN 607 E!m Hays, Kan. THOMASON, BOBBY RAY 3 1 3 S. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. THOMPSON, CHARLES ALLEN 720 N . Beaver Bethany, Okla. THOMPSON, DOROTHY J. 720 N . Beaver Bethany, Okla. THOMPSON, JAMES LEE 2627 E. 4th Pl. Tulsa, Okla.

TURNER, LESLIE W. Cleo Springs, Okla. TWINI NG, HAROLD DEAN Anderson, Mo. TWINING, RAY EUGENE 212 B. N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. TYLER, HAROLD F . 1 945 4th Ave. S . E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa TYLER, LOIS B. Route 2 McGregor, Texas TYLER, VIRGIL E. Route 2 McGregor, Texas TYLER, WILLIAM EDWARD Route 2 McGregor, Texas UERKVITZ, ESTHER JUAN ITA 403 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. UERKVITZ, THOMAS DAVID 403 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. ULRICH, ROBERT THOMAS Crescent, Mo. UPCHURCH, AVANELE Route 1 Queen City, Texas USHER, WILLIAM IRVIN Cushing, Okla.

530 w. 7th Freeport, Texas

1 2 1 2 4th Terr. W. Birmingham, Ala.

256 N. Clarence Wichita, Kan.

2962 Trenton Akron 1 2, Ohio

WATSON, LAWRENCE THOMAS 223 Burkhart Reading, Penn.

WILLIAMS, ROBERT PAUL 506 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

WATSON, NAOMi LaWAN Box 594 Post, Texas

WILLIAMS, ROY BROOKS Route 2, Box 89 A Arlington, Texas

WATT, GLORE N E FAYE

WILLIAMS, MARY L . 341 3 S. McKinley Oklahoma City, Okla.

WATTS, G E N EVA Route 2 Calumet, Okla.

W I LLIAMSON, J U N E LA VER N E

WEBER, DARELYN DEE Arnold, Nebr.

WILLINGHAM, LOUIS ELBERT

1 1 33 w. 35th Wichita, Kan.

WEBSTER, CLARENCE CHARLES 1 003 Booth Houston, Texas WEIZBROD, ALMA C. 4 1 0 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

405 _N. W . 6th Oklahoma City, Okla. 5330 Paseo Kansas City, Mo. WILLIS, CLARENCE BLA I N E Bethany, Okla. WI LLWERTH, PAUL I RW I N 1 26 N . Donald Bethany, Okla.

WILSON, JAMES A. 2 3 0 E. Ohio Walters, Okla. WILSON,

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Box 56 Faxon, Okla. WILSON, RAYMOND LEE 348 Thomas Port Arthur, Texas

WOODS, ARSTON 1 05 N. W. 6th Bethany, Okla.

WOOLDRIDGE, SYBLE Box 1 1 7 Antlers, Okla.

YARBROUGH, PEGGIE J EA N Route 1, Box 66 Vinson, Okla.

WOOD, ELTON JAMES

WOOLPERT, KEITH DELLAN

YARBROUGH, ROBERT R. Hooker, Okla.

1 1 2 S. E. Main Bethany, Okla. WOOD, FRANCES M. 521 Harrington St. Little Rock, Akr.

4 1 2 1 w. 1 9th Topeka, Kan.

WRAY, KENNETH H . 6001 N. W. 49th Bethany, Okla.

WILSON, STANLEY ELDEN 505 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

WOOD, MARGARET L. 1 1 2 S. E. Main Bethany, Okla.

WILSON, VIOLET EMMOGENE

WOODEN, CAROLYN RUTH 1 235 Birmingham Tulsa, Okla.

WUESTER, TERRY Centralia, Kan.

WOOLDRIDGE, DONALD H. Box 1 1 7 Antlers, Okla.

WYCOFF, MARVENA OLA 3505 N . Geraldine Oklahoma City, Okla.

1 202 San Juan La J u nta, Colo. WI NTER, MARTHA LUCILLE 2 1 4 E. Galdys Hooker, Okla.

WRIGHT, PALMER LYNN 506 Plymouth Houston, Texas

YOESEL, J ERRY ROY Route 1 Falls City, Nebr. YORK, CHARLES E. Box 32 Pinson Fork, Ky. YORK, J O H N PAUL Box 1 45 Pinson Fork, Ky. YOUNG, THOMAS Durham, Kan. ZIMMERMAN, ROBERT PAUL Box 1 02 Bertha, Minn.

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