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Dedication

Serving behind the scenes i s not glorious, yet each wheel and cog in a clock is necessary to turn the hands. Only the face is seen but it really has little to do with the working of the piece. The great are not always those who have their names in headlines, sway masses by the force of their silver tongues, have their names cast in forms chiseled in marble:

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True worth is measured not by the height of

our pedestal but by the' depth of our soul and the breadth of our service; and- the greatest deed is to accept our place in life and fill it full. *

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We wish to dedicate the 1953 ARROW to one who has served quietly but well. Our mind goes back to services rendered to hungry _

stud_ents, waitresses, scullery . maids, and washers of pots and 'pans; a _ 1-i�arty laugh for the do�nhea�ted, friendly advi ce for t he puzzled, prayer for those in need, and a godly life as a testimony to all. The admonition of Emerson to " ... put your creed into your deed ... " has been well followed in the life of

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MRS. KATIE DREWRY.

A year at Bethany-Peniel College .. .

. . .Boot Camp for Christian Soldiers

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Today We Prepare

The Bible emphasizes the fact that the Christian life is a warfare.

Those who claim the name of Christ m ust face the

fire of the enemy sooner or later.

Since it is fatal to go into

battle unprepared, God has provided places of training where His recruits may prepare themselves for the battles to come. As college students we are in "Boot Camp of life."

Here we

are to learn the effective use of the spiritual weapon's with which God has provided us. Perhaps there have been hard lessons. of discipline and perse­ verance, difficult spiritual calesthenics, and the learning that our own will must be subordinated to the will of a Higher Being, but if properly mastered these lessons will produce the muscles and energy for the battles ahead. This year at boot camp has been a memorable one in every respect, and in the years to come we will look back with pleasure even upon the things which now seem difficult.

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time has not been wasted. These experiences have prepared u�; mentally, culturally, socially, morally, spiritually and physically to meet the challenge of tomorrow.

We who are today in boot camp will one day go out to the front lines of the fight.

The sheltered atmosphere of school

environment will be gone. missiles of the enemy.

The air will be filled with the

Then we will thank God for the

strength and wisdom gained here. Today we are learning; tomorrow we will come to grips with the issues of lile.

Ours is not the carnal warfare of nations,

but the basic war that is back of all wars, national and inter­ national. The challenge is to prepare well, for sin and ignorance generaled by Satan are not easy foes to conquer. ·The world of today is broken into a hundred segments by class hatreds, political hatreds, race hatreds, sin, ignorance, war and destmction.

All these are tools of the enemy. .As soldiers

of the cross our warfare consists in relieving these situations with the power of the Gospel.

The Gospel is the hope of the

world, the solution to every problem. Let us go out from boot camp in the tomorrows to serve bravely in the fight; relieving the suffering, comforting the sorrowing, and bringing to the lost the news of Salvation.

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tomorrow we face the battles, but with Christ we can be more than conquerors.

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Go forward in His name, Holy war-fare waging, Powers of sin engaging; His royal standard d His truth divine proclaim, the world shall own him King. -Haldor Lillenas

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THE TRAINERS THE TRAINEES THE TRAINING

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In

Memoriam

For over two years before he went into active duty with the Air Force Jerry Riggs was a student at B-PC. His friendliness and co足 operative attitude endeared him to both students and faculty.

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enthusiasm and personality qualified him for the various positions of leadership which he held on the campus.

His consistent Christian life

was appreciated by all. Everyone who knew Jerry felt a keen sense of personal loss when he was fatally injured in an automobile accident on New Year's Eve. The Air Force lost an airman first class, but B-PC lost a "Soldier of Immanuel" first class.

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JERRY RIGGS, 1932-1952

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The Camp . ..

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. We were moulded to m anhood by thee . . .

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-Samuel Gillm an

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MEN'S HALL-These buildings, popularly known as "the barracks," are an auxiliary housing unit for .men students. Constructed from Army barracks, these units will house approximately one' hundred twenty-five men.

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FANNING HALL-This building was erected as a women's dormitory in 1929, but in 1939 it was remodeled and enlarged, serving since that time as the men's dormitory. It contains the college recreation room ( the Dragon Inn ) , campus workshop, and college laundry room, as well as fifty dorm. rooms and counselor's apartment.

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J E RNIGAN HALL-Women's Dormitory. The newer of the two women's dormitories, it was constructed in 194 5 beside its older companion, Bud Robinson Hall, to which it is connected by a covered walk. It contains forty-four rooms, counselor's apartment and a parlor.

BUD ROBINSON HALL-Women's Dormitory. Bud Robinson Hall was constructed in 1936. A third floor was added m 1940. Besides eighty-eight dormitory rooms this building contains a路 counselor's apartment, a large parlor, the college dining hall ( capacity 400), and the college kitchen.

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SCIENCE HALL-One of the most attractive buildings on the campus is the Science Hall, completed classrooms and laboratories as well as a growing museum.

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1 9 50. It contains science

GREENHOUSE-A gift of the Senior Class of 1 9 5 1 , this building is one of the most useful in the college. Not only does it provide plants for the beautification of the campus, but it is of value to the botany students also.

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FINE A RTS-On the east side of the campus, facing college street, is the Fine Arts building. Erected in the summer and fall of 19 34, it contains offices and studios of fine arts personnel as well as the college chapel, which will -seat eight hundred people.

COMMERCIAL BUILDING-The build足 ing was completed in 1 928, and is located on the east side of college street across from the Liberal Arts Building. The top floor houses the Commercial and Art Departments, while the first floor houses the Home Ec足 onomics Department.

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LIBERAL ARTS-The building, completed in 1 9 2 7, serves as the main classroom building. In the basement are the offices of the student publications and the Student Council office and lounge.

GYMNASIUM-The gymnasium, erected in 1 9 29, was remodeled and enlarged i n 1 934. In 1 9 4 5 it was again remodeled and recondi足 tioned. Bleachers seating six hundred persons were installed, the stage was closed with sliding doors, and two fine arts teaching studios were added.

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COLLEGE CHURCH - Constructed m 1 9 2 5 , the College Church has a seating cap足 acity of approximately thirteen hundred. A seventy room educational unit was added in the spring of 1 947, and the auditorium was enlarged and beautified.

BRESEE HALL-Tht rear section of Bresee Hall, formerly known as the "Administration Building" was constructed in 1 920, at which time it housed all but the Fine Arts department. In 1 94 1 Bresee Hall proper was built and connected to the old building by a sixteen-foot corridor. The two structures now contain the library, faculty and administrative offices, and the speech department.

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HEALTH SERVICE-Immediately t o the north of the Science Hall is the H ealth Service Building. Since 1 9 5 1 this building has been entirely devoted to infirmary, dis足 pensary, and living quarters for the school nurse. Prior to that elate the building was a faculty residence.

STUDE T UNION BUILDI G-When completed this building will be a worthy addition to our campus. Construction was begun in 1 9 5 2 and should be nearly completed in time for the fall semester of 1 9 5 3 . It will house the college dining room and kitchen, parlor, recreation room, and student offices. Its construction is a combined project of the Alumni Assn. and the Board of Trustees.

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The Brass . . .

. They serve God well, Who serve his creatures -Mrs. Norton

Dr. and Mrs. Roy H. Cantrell

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8ETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE BETIIANY, OKLAHOMA

Dear 8PC

Soldiers:

I would like to begin these words of greeting to you with the familiar retrain: 110nward Christian Soldiers, marching as

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war.

With the Cross of Jesus going on before11• .

Bethany-Peniel College is a " Boot Camp", splendid in conception, valiant

in endeavor and i.mpres5ive in achievement. Her victories have been won under the banner of the Cross. Her spirit is infectuous and compelling. Nothing more meaningful can be said of her than that the spirit which has characterized her in the past is still alive. Under the able editorship of Howard Conrad the 195) Arrow Staff has re­ viewed "Boot Camp" on the BPC Campus in a most interesting and colorful manner. wish to salute and decorate them for this unique production that so effect­ ively portrays our rich heritage as an institution, and vividly pictures the

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outstanding year that we are completing. The honored group who will be receiving commissions at Commencement time, and who will be leaving 118oot Camp" for active duty, are called to be strong in a confused world, alert in the presence of opportunity and open-eared to the call of God. 11Boot Camp" at BPC has been a new and choice experience for young people, one that has called for training, discipline, hard work, and the pursuing of objectives.

Yes, choices have been made.

Christ has been made Savior and

General. Friel"'.dships1 a life work and character patterns have entered the picture. It has all been an important and happy experience. However 1 let me remind you, that t� glory of the soldier is revealed on the battle field, not just at "Boot Camp". Victory is won in the front lines.

DR. ROY I-1. CA TRELL President

In view of this fact it is rrry earnest prayer that those under marching orders may live so close to their General that they may be daily under the Spirits guidance, and thus led to say and do that which will bless a world. I pray that they may live so nobly that those with whom they labor may find them lofty in ideals, deep in experience and persistent in effort. This will make them a real force for that which is constructive and inspiring. I further wish for them a life that will be worthy of the confidence of their fellow men. These are some of the marks of a good soldier.

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MISS LOIS MERRIAM Secretary to the President

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Board of Trustees Vice-Chairman J arrette Aycock

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Chairman V. H . Lewis Secretary R. T. Williams, Jr.

Alumni Representative E. C . Hall

ABILENE DISTRICT 0. \V_ Jenkins, Plainview Amos R. Meador, Borger Dulan Clegg, Dalhart

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT Janette Aycock, Kansas City Allen B. Miller, Kansas City A. Milton Smith, Kansas City

DALLAS DISTRICT Paul H. Garrett, Dallas H. F. Crews, Denison Clyde Ammons, Dallas

LOUISIANA DISTRICT Elbert Dodd, Pineville G. M. Akin, Minden L. H. King, Shreveport

HOUSTON DISTRICT V. I-I. Lewis, Houston \V. C. Oliver, Texas City K. S. White, Beaumont

NEBRASKA DISTRICT \Vhitcomb Harding, Hastings George B. Ronnekamp, York Blaine D. Proffitt, Lincoln

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT Ponder Gilliland, San Antonio Hearne W. Spruce, Corpus Christi Howard Scroggs, San Antonio

NORTH ARKANSAS DISTRICT W. H. Johnson, Russelville J . W. Hendrickson, Conway Paul Watson, Springdale

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

KANSAS DISTRICT Ray Hance, \Vichita L. \V. Godfrey, Hutchinson G. A. Gough, Wichita

NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT I. C. Mathis, Tulsa W. R. Donaldson, Muskogee Sam 'IN. Nesmith, Cushing

W. T. Johnson, Duncan R. T. Williams, Oklahoma City Earl Darden, Duncan J . Louis E'mmert, El Reno

NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT J . T. Gassett, Ponca City E. S. Phillips, Bethany A. LeRoy Taylor, Bethany Paul Hoag, Bethany SOUTH ARKANSAS DISTRICT W. L. French, North Little Rock Mrs. Agnes W. Diffee, Pine Bluff Melza Brown, Little Rock SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Glenn Jones, Ada B. F. Neely, Bethany W. H. Dietz, Henryetta

L. C. Philo, C. Harold Ripper, Fred Floyd, Willis B. Dobson, Anne C. Greve, Harry L. Craddock, �· H . \Viman, Roy H . Cantrell

Administrative Council ROY H . CANTRELL, Chairman President of the College

FRED FLOYD Head of the Department of History

C. HAROLD RIPPER Dean of the College

ANNE C. GREVE Chairman of the Di"l7ision of Social Science

HARRY L. CRADDOCK Business Manager

L. C. PHILO Chairman of the Division of Philosophy and Religion

C. H. WIMAN, Secretary Registrar

WILLIS B. DOBSON Chairman of the Division of Humanities

E. BOYD SHANNON Dean of Students

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Business One o f the first persons with which the average student becomes acquainted is Mr. Craddock, Business Manager of B-PC. Before coming to the college in 1 94 8 he was engaged in private business in Htitchinson, Kansas. Since his coming, the college has made some great advancements which prove his ability as an administrator. In his official capaCity he has charge of all college busi颅 ness, including student accounts, which may explain why he is one of the best known individuals on the campus. Besides being an able business man, Mr. Craddock is a Christian gentleman, and an active church worker, serving as Sunday School superintendent of the College Church.

HARRY L. CRADDOCK Business Manager

MRS. BETTY PAGAN Secretary, Veterans' Affairs

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M I SS RUTH NEWBERRY Secretary to the Business Manager

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Office

M I SS PAULINE M ILLER Office Clerk

M RS. SARAH PARKER Cashier

M ISS FLORENCE LUNDY Accountant

Upon entering the Business Manager's outer office, one is greeted first of all by the friendly smile of Miss Ruth Newberry, office secretary of Mr. Craddock. Miss New足 berry came to the college in 1 948. Before that time she lived in Kansas. Also found in that office is the Secretary of Veterans' Affairs, Mrs. Betty Wallace Pagan. One of the most important positions in the business office, that of accountant, is very ably filled by Miss Flor足 ence Lundy who has served in that capacity for a number of years. Assisting in the multitude of details involved in the financial department of our school are Miss Pauline Miller, Clerk; Mrs . Sarah Parker, Cashier; and Miss Nella Sykes.

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Dean of the College Dr. C . Harold Ripper, De-Jn of the College, is a man of outstanding character and intellect . Besides his teaching duties he is constantly busy with the tasks of setting up curricula, handling Selective Service Deferments, develop­ ing the testing program, and developing a program of education acceptable to the North Central Association. Though a busy man, Dr. Ripper takes a personal interest in each student and is always ready to help straighten out any problem within his j urisdiction. Before entering the field of education, Dr. Ripper DR. C. HAROLD RIPPER Dean of the College

served a number of years as a pastor in the Church of the Nazarene. An humble Christian spirit makes him a wonderful man as well as an outstanding educator.

M ISS FRANCES PRINCE Office Assistant

MRS. M INNIE B. ULRICH Secretary to the Dean of the College I Z 3 4 5 . B ! II 1/ IZ . .. : .. IS li 17 18 19 i l2 •,

M ISS ZELLA GLIDDEN Office Assistant

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Dean of Students Generally regarded with fear and trembling is E . Boyd Shannon, Dean of Students. This rather undesirable emo· tion has developed from the fact that his position places him in charge of student discipline. Such fears, however, are entirely unfounded. Dean Shannon is an understand­ ing counselor. All his decisions on student matters are tempered with fairness, mercy, and good judgment. Quite a versatile man, Professor Shannon, besides his duties as Dean, finds time to teach Chemistry and Coun­ seling, conduct revivals as an Ordained Elder in the Church of the Nazarene, and take part in city politics. All those who know him and make an honest attempt to

E. BOYD SHANNON Dean of Students

be law-abiding find him a good and sympathetic friend. Discipline isn't his only duty, however. All matters that have to do with the well-being of the student are his business.

M ISS BETTY CI-IERRY Office Assistant

MISS JUNE NEWMAN Secretary to the Dean of Students

M ISS J UNE McARTI-I U R Office Assistant

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Office of th e Registrar Keeping the permanent records, registering each stu足 dent, compiling and distributing grade reports, assembling statistics-all these are only a few of the duties for which C. H . Wiman is responsible as registrar. He not only cares for these duties in a capable manner, but also finds time to teach classes in Spanish and Missions. Professor Wiman comes from the state of Texas. Be足 ginning work in the ministry at thirteen years of age, he has since that time served the cause of God in Japan and Peru as well as here at home. His intelligence, energy, and C. H . WIMAN Registrar

zeal have won for him the respect of the college and of the Church of the Nazarene.

MRS. C. A. McCONNELL Recorder

M ISS HARRIET MONROE Secretary to the Registrar

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THf kfMPfll-THOMAS . .

Field Representative Believing in the modern proverb that it pays to adver足 tise, Bethany-Peniel College employs a full-time field man whose responsibility i s to present the needs of the school to the churches of our educational zone. Rev. Smith came to us in 19 52 from Corpus Christi, Texas. Since that time he has proved to be an enthusiastic booster of the school. Personally, Rev. Smith is very likeable and possesses a good sense of humor. Students will long remember his chapel messages which were garnished with such witty phrases as his famous "cremated equal," and anecdotes of his days as a student at B-PC.

REV. CURTIS SMITH Field Representative

MISS NELLA SYKES Office Assistant

M ISS NANCY DAVIS Switchboard Operator

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The Library

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Bethany-Peniel College possesses an excellent library containing 27,244 volumes plus a file of periodicals, pamphlets and newspapers dating back many years. The library also maintains a large file of phonograph records. Mrs. Willis, librarian, is a native of Cherokee County, Texas. She is an alumnus of B-PC and also holds a degree in library science from Okla-

MISS KATHRYN PASCHALL, Assistant Librarian

Beverly, Diane, and Melba Lynn inspect the magazine stacks.

At least they look studious.

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Tinker "concentrates" upon a difficult assignment.

Mrs. Leffel helps Delbert find his magazine.

homa University. Before joining the staff as librarian, Mrs. 路willis was affiliated, first with the public library in Amarillo, Texas, and later with the public library in Ada, Oklahoma. Serving as assistant librarian is Miss Kathryn Paschall from Clarksville, Tennessee. Miss Pas颅 chall graduated from Travecca Nazarene College and has done graduate work in Library Science in Clarksville and at Peabody University.

M RS . ELIZABETH WILLIS, Librarian

Kenneth doesn't seem too worried about his library fines.

Janet, Naomi, and Beverley do a little office work for the Library.

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Division

LESTER L . DUNN, M . Mus. The Fine Arts Division has as its chairman Lester L. Dunn, who came from Atwood, Oklahoma. Besides heading the departments of Music and Art, Mr. Dunn teaches as an Associate Professor of Voice. He is a gifted soloist, director, and composer. The contributions that he makes to campus programs are much appreciated by the students. He also directs the A Capella Choir and is sponsor of the Student Council. The department of Fine Arts offers training in public school music, church music, and instrumental music. Students wishing to enter vocational art work find such courses in the Art Department.

L. C. PHILO, B.D., M .A., D.D. Dr. Philo, who is chairman of the Division of Philosophy and Religion, claims Michigan as his home state. He is an excellent Bible scholar and preacher, and leads this department with a true concern for the welfare of each individual. All students, whether religion majors or not, take courses in this division-Bible and Life and Christian Doctrines. The aim of this department is not only to provide information, but to instill those qualities of soul that make for better preachers, teachers, and laypeople.

ANNE C. GREVE, Ph. D. Dr. Greve, chairman of the Divisio11 of Social Sciences, is an outstanding educator, a co-ordinator for the North Central Association of Colleges, and head of the Home Economics Department. Her home is in Brainerd, Minnesota, where she spends most of her summers. Besides her many duties on the campus, Dr. Greve is an active church worker and is in charge of the toddler room of the College Church. The Division of Social Sciences presents the human problems of the past and present to its students in an intelligent and Christian manner. It seeks to help each student to discover his own potentialities and limitations, thus developing a plan for his own life.

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Chairmen

ROBERT G. LAWRENCE, M.A. The acting chairman of the Division of Natural Sciences, originally came from Wilmington, New York. Serving as Assistant Professor of Biological Science, he has been on the teaching staff of Bethany·Peniel College since 1 9 4 7. He has proved himself not only an outstanding scientist but also a conscientious Christian, and an inspiring teacher. Under his leadership, the students of this department gain an appreciation for natural scien�e and the use of the scientific method of problem·solving. This division offers training for such careers as medicine, nursing, science teaching, and research.

WILLIS B. DOBSON, M.A. The Division of Humanities, headed by Professor Dobson, includes the fields of English, speech, and foreign languages. The aims of this division are to train students in the arts of self·expression, interpretation, and creativeness. Professor Dobson is an outstanding scholar and an interesting person. Originally from Shreveport, Louisiana, he has spent much of his life in Oklahoma, and has been with the college longer than any other professor, having served on the faculty since 1 9 3 1 . He is an accomplished pianist, works in the Sunday School, and devotes his spare time to Boy Scout work, music, and raising dogs and roses.

C. A. McCONNELL, A.B., Th. D . Dr. C. A. McConnell, Dean Emeritus of Religion, is loved and appreciated by all for his intellect and his wonderful Christian spirit. Active in the church since its founding, he is one of its best known laymen. He taught in our college from 1 9 1 8 until his retirement several years ago. In spite of his age he still possesses a keen mind . T-Ie teaches one of the largest classes in the Church of the Nazarene, and occasionally delivers lectures to the college on such subjects as the Trinity and Holiness. Faculty and students alike love and admire this great man for his wonderful spirit and personality.

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VIVIAN CHAFFEE ARNON, A.B. Instructor in Voice

E . ELISABETH BATTIN, A.B. M.M. Instructor in Voice

Native of Oregon-sweet Christian spirit-former mis足 sionary to Alaska-alumnus of Pasadena College.

Born in Vera, Oklahoma-hobbies are textile painting, collecting cups and saucers, and playing phonograph records-dislikes stormy weather and lack of study in piano students.

Faculty JOHN A. COLEMAN, M .A. Professor of Education

DONALD R. DANSKIN, M .A . Assistant Professor o f Business

Tative of East Liverpool, Ohio-Yale man-served \vith the Navy in W.W. I I-devoted husband-father of two (Roger and Kathy ) -dislikes dust and seven o'clock summer classes-likes New England springtime.

Regan, Nebraska, his home town-married and the father of a daughter and son (Donna and Gale) -his hobbies are fishing and volleyball-quiet and efficient.

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NAOMI DOBSON Advanced student under Ellen Kinsman Mann, Chase Baromes, University of Texas, and Dr. Oscar Saenger of Chicago Instructor in Voice

MAURINE DICKERSON, M .A . Instructor in English Born in Bethany-petite-exacting-likes travel, eating (hamburgers and French Pies ) , and basketball-her hobbies are reading and listening to records.

A native of Indiana-her hobbies are reading, crochet足 ing and baking-has a son, Bill-an able S.S. teacher足 especially fond of children, flowers and music-hates sand storms and washing dishes.

Faculty J. ROBERT EMMEL, M .A . Assistant Professor o f Speech Born in Johnstown, Pa.-makes hobbies of color pho足 tography, character sketches and travel-has traveled in Europe, Alaska, Canada and Mexico-likes people, but not when they are late for appointments-will take leave of absence next year to work on his Doctor's Degree.

HARVEY E. FINLEY, A.B., B.D. Assistant Professor of Greek and Religion From Wooster, Ohio-scholarly, likes sports and small game hunting-devoted husband-authority on ancient languages.

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FRED FLOYD, Ph.D. Professor of History

PAUL V . FREESE, B.S. m C.E. Associate Professor of Chemistry

A native of Donalsonville, Georgia-likes gardening and digging in the clirt-clislikes white folks singing Negro spirituals.

Hometown is in Bethesda, Ohio-youthful appearance -alumnus of E .N.C.-his wife's name is Helen.

Faculty BLANCHE I. GARNER, M .Mus. Eel. Associate Professor of Music Education and Piano

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

Born in Detroit, Texas-her hobby is raising African violets-likes good students-dislikes gum chewing in class.

Detroit, Texas, is his hometown-has two fine daugh足 ters and a wonderful wife-Uncle John was Vice足 President of the U. S.

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EARL V. GREER, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics

GERALDINE M . HUHNKE , M .A . Assistant Professor o f Modern Languages

Kechi, Kansas, is his hometown-excellent violinist­ sponsor of the ECHO-Children: Vincent Allen and Marilyn-sings tet1or in the church choir.

New Rockford, North Dakota-gets a new hobby each year-this 'year's hobbies are trying new recipes and collecting poetry - likes "most things" - chocolate, muchisimo.

Faculty J. D. I RWIN, M .A. Assistant Professor of Music

VIRGINIA AYERS I RWIN, M .A. Assistant Professor of Education

Hails from Vallev Head, Alabama-his hobbies are his "invisible tromb�ne", collecting antiques, and attend­ ing auctions-likes music, outdoor sports, dogs, and philosophy-his pet peeve is being put in the "clog­ house."

Lexington, Kentucky-collects antiques as a hobby­ member of the church choir-keeps Prof. Irwin out of trouble-has one son, Billy.

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

CORIN E E. KAUFFMAN, M .A. Assistant Professor of English

Came to B-PC from Kansas-intellectual-noted for his tremendous vocabularly and his short stature-on leave of absence.

Born in Jerusalem, Palestine-calls South Willington, Conn., her home-hobbies are reading and conversing -likes basketball and jonquils-dislikes plagiarism.

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W. N. KING, M.A., S.T.D. Professor of Religion

ALICE B . LEWIS Instructor in Voice

Rimbley, Alberta, Canada-an inspiring speaker-espe足 cially noted for his chapel addresses - bachelor Canadian accent.

Studied voice in Chicago-Traveled twenty-six years with the nationally known Aeolian and Edward's quar足 tets-taught voice at B-PC since 1 944.

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CAROL SPRUCE LUNDY, M .A . Associate Professor o f English

DONALD METZ, B .D., M .A . Associate Professor o f Religion

Hails from the magnificent state of Texas-enjoys reading and collecting cups·and saucers-three children, Beverly, Ronny, Russell-sponsor of t�e ARROW.

Originally from McKeesport, Penn.-hobbies are gar­ dening and golf-father of two--a former pastor-co­ sponsor of. Meek Missionary Society.

Faculty NORMAN 0. M ILLER, M .B.A. Assistant Professor of Business and Economics

L. S. OLIVER, M .A., M .Th. Assistant Professor of Religion

Born in Norman, Oklahoma-hobbies are music and photography-likes to eat-people who don't exercise their voting privileges might be said to be his greatest dislike.

Native of Tampa, Florida-likes music-plays the vio­ lin and several other instruments-holds a pilot's li­ cense and enjoys traveling by air-his greatest dislike is people who are always griping about a "pet peeve."

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BETTY WALLACE PAGAN, B.Mus. Instructor in Piano

KEITH A. PAGAN, B . Mus. Instructor in Band

Native of Amarillo, Texas-her hobbies are reading and playing piano duets with the assistance of her husband, Keith-likes lemon pie-is Vets'. secretary for the college-her "pet peeve" is veterans who come in late to sign their papers.

A native of Oklahoma-recently took unto himself a wife (Betty ) -now doing graduate work at O.U. as well as teaching here-"pet peeve"-people who crunch carrots and potato chips-likes steak.

Faculty JACK T. RAIRDON, M.A. Assistant Professor of Social Science

DONALD PASCHALL, M .A . Instructor in Science

Comes from El Reno, Oklahoma-Harold's daddy足 Fanning counselor-hobby, attending court trials-likes "My Junior Gestapo" and Freshman Basketball-his greatest dislike is trash cans bouncing down the stairs at three A.M.

Clarksville, Tennessee-alumnus of Travecca College and Peabody Univ.-southern drawl-has a lovely wife and one small son.

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KENNETH ROBINSON, B .D., M.S. Assistant Professor of Speech

LESTER H . ROBSON, A.B. Instructor in Art

Grove City, Pennsylvania, is his home-his hobbies are cooking and traveling-in love with three girls, his wife Evelyn, and his two daughters, J ennifer and Lynne.

Hometown, Coffeen, Illinois-Alumnus of Bethany­ Peniel College-interested in Commercial Art-has a small son.

Faculty CONSTANCE SPRUCE, M .A . Assistant Professor o f History

VERNON A. SNOWBARGER, M .A. Associate Professor of Sociology

From Floresville, Texas-hobbies: art, collecting post cards of scenic rivers and historical places, growing and arranging flowers-likes to travel, especially in the U.S.

Born in Sylvia, Kansas-on leave of absence this year doing graduate work in the University of California.

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RUTH SEARS TAYLOR, B.Mus. Instructor in Music

RAMON UNRUH, B .Mus. Instructor in Voice

Native of Oklahoma-four children, all girls-church organist-active in church work-takes a personal inter足 est in her students.

His hometown is Newton, Kansas-hobby is working or playing with mechanical things-likes to read about or listen to the music of the great masters--dislikes inconsistency in Christians.

Faculty

DORIS VAUGHAN, B.Mus. Instructor in Piano

DONALD W. W I LSON, A.B. Instructor in Physical Education

She comes from San Antonio, Texas-an accomplished musician-takes a personal interest in each of her students-Fred's wife.

From Parnell, Missouri - likes books - his hobby is making things out of wood-dislikes carelessness with property, especially athletic equipment.

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M RS . MATTIE JOBE Counselor-Bud Robinson Hall

MR. AND M RS . JACK RAIRDON Counselors-Fanning Hall

Residence Counselors

M R. AND MRS. R. S . RUSHING Counselors-the Barracks

MRS. ALICE RAY Counselor-Jernigan Hall

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MR. EDDIE M ILLER Superintendent oÂŁ Buildings and Grounds

M RS. KATIE DREWRY Dietician

Campus Personnel

DR. PAUL MACRORY School Doctor

M ISS ALVINA HARRISON, R . N . School Nurse

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The Trainees •

Graduates

Old Salts

Rookies

Raw Recruits

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Graduates . . .

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The Class of 1953 REMEMBER : -September, 1 949. -"Prisoners" 4 : 00 a.m. arising, rotten eggs, shoe shining, initiations . . . need I say more? -Freshmen term papers . . four hours sleep nightly . . . ad;usting to dorm life (how did we survive?) -Into the solar regions for our "Stairway to the Stars" banquet. -"Experienced" Sophomores . . . Old Timers come September, 1 9 50. ' -Hay in the hair, hay in the clothes, hay everywhere . . . CJme Don Shelly. -"vVinter frolics" -Basketball season champs. -Dr. De Long's Revival-Prayer Chest and his great finale. -"Aristocrats," Banquet at Nichols Hills Country Club. -"Gertrude" Junior Class Chapel Program -Football, track, basketball, tennis victories . . . second place Echo tournament -Jamboree King, Reveille Echo King and Queen . . . none other than Juniors -Fried Chickens, Olives, Barefoot Juniors on horses, Devotions on the grass . . . Guess what! -"Golden Gate of Opportunity" at Nichols Hill Country Club (Oh, what work, but what fun ) -From the ridiculous to the sublime . . . Chapel Program -Jr. Lyceum . . . Evelyn路 Pittman choir -Spring Revival . . . T. E. Martin -Campaigns for Student Body Officers -Here . . . at last -Lest ye forget . . . Senior Class Prayer meetings -Real culture . . . Graduate Speech Recitals -Drums, cymbals, pep rallies, basketball games, and those two cheerleaders -"Old Seniors never study, they just sneak away." -All-night prayer meeting, fasting, and marvelous victory marked our last revival in college. -\Ve lived it up . . . class trip -the theme of the Junior Senior Banquet Thanks, Juniors -Commencement season . Baccalureate The Ivy Ring . . and . it's all over. -Me.

"Old Seniors never study, they just sneak away. "

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Front Row : V. Rogers, Sec. ; Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, Sponsors. Row 2 : W. Powers, Vice颅 Pres.; B. Ray, Treas.; P . Johnson, Pres.; C . Sumpter, Student Council Rep.

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Seniors �

ADAMS, GLENN, A. B . in Religion, Bethany, Oklahoma; Honor Society.

ALDERSON, RICHARD DEAN, A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Oklahoma; Basketball; Football; 'B' Club.

ANDERSON, JESSE, B . S. in Business Adm., Skiatook, Oklahoma; Business Club; Male Choir; Band.

AUBREY, WILDA ILLENE, B . S. in Elementary Education; Bethany, Oklahoma; Treble Choir; Music Club; F.T.A.; Prayer and Fasting; Treble Choir Trio; Band; Orchestra.

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BAILEY, GLENN, Th . B.; Bethany, Oklahoma; Minis­ terial Assn.; Student Pastor.

BALDWIN, MORA JANE, B. S. in Chemistry; F .T.A., Vice Pres. ( ' 5 1 ) ; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; Honor Society; ECHO Staff; Chemistry Associates of B-PC; Chemistry Lab. Assistant.

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BANKS, MARY ELIZABETH, A. B. in Psychology, Battle Creek, Mich.; Orchestra; Biology Club; F.T.A.

BENNETT, RAMONA, B . S . in Elementary Education, Sapulpa, Oklahoma; F.T.A.; Missionary Band; Prayer and Fasting; Honor Society, Sec.-Treas. ( ' 5 2 -' 5 3 ) ; Faculty Studies Committee, Representative; Basketball .

BLANKE NSHIP, JAMES, Th. B . , Denison, Texas.

BOGNER, CARL WENDELL, A. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

BOLERJACK, FRANCIS, A. B. City, Oklahoma.

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Religion, Oklahoma

BULLOCK, FOY CLEMMIE, Th . B., Bethany, Oklahoma.

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·Seniors �

CARGILL, VERNON, Th. B., Bethany Oklahoma.

CHENOWETH, MARY MAXINE, B. S. Woodward, Oklahoma.

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COATES, LOLA l\IAE, B. S. in Elementary Education, Houston, Texas; F .T.A.; M issionary Band; Honor Society; Prayer and Fasting.

CONRAD, W . HOWARD, A. B . in Religion, .Coffeyville, Kansas; Missionary Band; Prayer and Fasting; Co-Chairman of College N.Y.P.S.; ARROW Editor ( ' 5 3 ) ; Honor Society; Who's Who.

COSTON, DORIS DEAN, B. S. m Home Economics, Frederick, Okla.; Home Ec. Club; Basketball; F .T.A.

DAVIS, BETTY DORIS, B. S. in Elementary Education, Carthage, Missouri; F.T.A.; Home Ec. Club; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team.

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DAVIS, DELLA, B. S . in Elementary Education, Everton, Missouri; Fasting;

M;ssionary Band; Basketball;

Softball;

Gospel Team; Volleyball;

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Track;

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EASON, HAROLD R . , A . B . in Biology, Grand Saline, Texas; Biology Club, Pres. ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) ; Biology Lab. Asst.

EDWARDS,

VIRGIN IA,

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Home Economics,

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EDWARDS, WAYNE, A. B , in History, Duncan, Okla足 homa; Biology Club; History Club, Pies. ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) .

FALES, HERMAN, T H . B ., Bethany, Oklahoma.

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FERRY, JAMES, n o t graduating in 5 3 '

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GARDNER, DONNA, B. S. m Elementary Education, Delta, Colorado; F .T.A.

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GEORGE, CANTLEY, not graduating in ' 5 3 .

GEORGE, HEIDRICK, A. B . m Spanish, La Villa, Texas.

<-- GEORGE, SYBLE, B. S. in Elementary Education, Antlers, Oklahoma; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; F .T.A.; Music Club; Band; Treble Choir; Christmas Chorus.

GOEN, DONALD, A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Oklahoma.

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Class of 1953 GORE, GENE LLOYD, A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Okla. ; History Club; Honor Society, Vice Pres. ( ' 5 1 - ' 5 2 ) .

GREEN, JOSEPHINE RUTH, A. B . in History, Bethany, Oklahoma.

GREEN, ROBERT HAROLD, A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Okla. ; Vice Pres. of Junior Class ( ' 5 1 -' 5 2 ) ; Softball; Basketball; Ministerial Assn. ; Prayer and Fasting.

GUESS, MARY L. THOMPSON, A. B. m English, Bethany, Oklahoma.

GUNN, GORDON, A . B . m Psychology, McAlester, Oklahoma.

GUYETT, LEROY DAVID, A. B. in Religion, Kansas City, Missouri; Cheer Leader; Track.

Seniors +--

HALE, MARJORIE, B . S . in Elementary Education, Miami, Oklahoma.

HARGROVE, MABLE E, B . S. in Business Education, " Batesville, Arkansas; Prayer and Fasting; Missionary Band; F .T.A.; Basketball .

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HARROD, VANITA CAROL, A . B . in English, Olton, Texas; French Club; Honor Society, Sec. ( ' 5 1 -' 5 2 ) ; Faculty Studies, Representative; ARROW Staff; College Queen.

I IART, ANN, not graduating in ' 5 3 .

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HESS, JOSEPH, not graduating in ' 5 3 .

H IMES, HAROLD E . , A . B . in Religion, Sterling, Okla.; Ministerial Assn.; l\-1issionary Band; Prayer and Fasting.

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Class of 1953 �

HOWLAND, ERNEST, not Graduating

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JOHNSON, GARLAND, Th. B . , Frederick, Okla.; Missionary Band; Prayer and Fasting; Christmas Chorus; Soft Ball.

JOHNSON, PAUL, A . B . in Business Administration, Durant, Okla.; Football; Softball; Basketball; 'B' Club, President ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) ; Boy's Athletic Director ( ' 5 0-' 5 1 ) ; Honor Society; Vice Pres. of Soph. Class; Pres. of Jr. and Sr. Class; Business Mgr. of ARROW; Jamboree Team; ·who's Who. .

JONES, RICHARD A., A . B . in Religion, Hutchinson, Kansas; Speech Club; International Relations Club; H istory Club.

KETCHUM, BETTY, A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Okla.; Band; Dorm. Co(mci�; 'B' Club; Sec. ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) ; Basketball; Jamboree Team; Missionary Bancl.

KING, ANNA NELL, not graduating in ' 5 3 .

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Seniors �

KREIE, J O , not graduating in ' 5 3 .

KUNKEL, ELIZABETH, A. B., Oklahoma City, Okla.; F.T.A.; Home Ec. Club.

LaDUE, ELDRED, B. S. in Home Economics, Green­ ville, Ill.; Home Ec. Club, Pres. ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) ; F.T.A.

LAMBERT, TERRY K., A . B . City, Oklahoma.

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LEFFEL, ROBERT, A. B. in Religion, Freedom, Okla.; Pres. of Fresh. Class ( '49-' 5 0 ) ; Soph. Class ( ' 5 0-' 5 1 ) Speech Club; 'B' Club; Football; Basketball; Prayer and Fasting, Pres. ( ' 5 1 -' 5 2 ) ; Student Council; Director of Religious Activities ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) ; Student Evangelist and Pastor; Who's Who.

LITTLE, WALTER, A. B. in Religion, Tyler, Texas; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; Class Chaplain; All­ School Cheer Leader.

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Class of 1953 �

McCREERY, M I LTON LEVERT, Th . B . , La Junta, Colorado.

MciNNIS, JETTA MAE, B. S. in Elementary Education, Houston, Texas; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; International Relations Club, Treas. ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) ; Dorm . Council, Vice Pres. ( ' 5 1 - ' 5 3 ) ; F .T.A., Pres. Jamboree Queen ( ' 5 2 ) .

McKELLIPS, HAROLD MONROE, A. B. in Religion, McLoud, Okla. ; Basketball; 'B' Club; Student Council; F.T.A .; Prayer and Fasting.

MARTIN, ALICE BEATRICE, B. S. Education, Little Rock, Arkansas; F.T.A.

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MEADOR, J. T., Th. B., Borger, Texas; A Capella; Male Choir; Christmas Chorus; Prayer and Fasting; Missionary Band.

MEADOR, NELDA, A. B . in Speech, Borger, Texas; Biology Club; Varsity Debate; Class Cheer Leader; All School Cheer Leader; Christmas Chorus; Student Council; Speech Club, Pres.; A Capella Choir, Sec.-Treas. (Borger Jr. College) ; ECHO Staff.

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Seniors �

M ILLER, PAULINE, A . B . in Art, Bethany, Oklahoma.

M IYANISHI, BARBARA, B . S. in Biology, Honolulu, Hawaii; ECHO Staff; ARROW Staff; Dorm. Council; 'B' Club, Treas. ( ' 5 1 -' 5 2 ) ; Biology Club. Treas. ( ' 52-' 5 3 ) ; F .T.A.; Girl's Athletic Director ( ' 5 0-' 5 3 ) ; Prayer and Fasting; Missionary Band.

MURRAY, MODENA, B . S. in Home Economics, Tahoka, Texas; Prayer and Fasting; Missionary Band; F.T.A.; Christmas Chorus; Home Ec. Club, Sec.-Treas. ( ' 5 1 -' 5 2 ) , Vice-Pres. ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) ; Basketball; Volleyball; Softball; ARROW Staff.

NANCE, JACK, A. B. in Speech, Holdenville, Oklahoma; Varsity Debate.

PARKER, CLARENCE, not graduating in ' 5 3 .

PO\VERS, WADE, A . B . in Religion, Port Arthur, Texas; Prayer and Fasting; Vice-Pres. of Senior Class ( ' 5 2, 5 3 ) ; Honor Society, Pres. ( ' 52-' 5 3 ) ; Ministerial Assn., Vice-Pres. ( ' 52-' 5 3 ) ; A Capella; College Quartet; Band; Orchestra; Who's \Vho.

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Class of 1953 +--

RHODES, FREDA, A . B. in Religion; Abernathy, Texas; Missionary Band, Vice-President ( ' 5 2 ) , Treas. ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) , Program Chairman ( ' 5 2-' 5 3 ) ; Basketball.

ROSFELD, JOHN, B. of Mus., Lake Charles, Louisiana.

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SELF, AMOS, A. B .

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SENSENY, JAMES, A. B. in Religion, Edmond, Okla.

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SONNEVIK, M I LTON, A. B . in Religion, Bethany, . Oklahoma; Assistant in Modern Languages Department; Honor Society.

STAFFORD, ONUS LEE, Th. B ., Bethany, Oklahoma.

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STALLINGS, LESLIE, not graduating i n ' 5 3 .

STEELE, LEE WILLIAM, not graduating

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STEEL, RUSSEL LEVI, A. B. Oklahoma.

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Religion, Bethany,

STEPHENS, WILLIAM, A. B. in Business Adm., Cushing, Oklahoma; A Capella Choir; Band; Business Club; Christmas Chorus.

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STOWE, JO ANN, A. B. in English, Dalhart, Texas; ECHO Staff; ARROW Staff; History Club; Editor of B-PC HISTORIAN; Basketball.

SUMPTER, CLYDE GENE, A. B. in Speech, Richmond, California; Honor Society; Varsity Debate; Faculty Studies Committee, Representative; Assistant in Speech Dept., Class Cheer Leader; All-School Cheer L�ader; F.T.A .; Band; Orchestra.

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SUTTON, KENNETH, not graduating in ' 5 3 .

TAPLEY, JAMES, A . B . i n Religion, Sallisaw, Oklahoma.

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TAYLOR. TOHN D., A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Okla­ homa; Ministerial Assn.

THOMPSON, MARY LEA, B . S . in Elementary Eclucation, New London, Texas; F.T.A.

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TURNER, FRED, A . B. in Math., Cleo Springs, Okla­ homa; 'B' Club; Boys Athletic Director, ( ' 5 1 -' 5 3 ) .

TYLER, JUNELLA, not graduating in ' 5 3 .

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Seniors � TYLER, VIRGIL, T h . B., Eastland, Texas

TYLER, WILLIAM EDWARD, Th. Texas; Chemistry Associates of B-PC.

B.,

Eastland,

� WADLEY, MARCIL WARREN, B . S. in Chemistry, Eastland, Texas; All-School Cheerleader; Chemistry Associates of B-PC.

WALRAVEN, MAURICE, A. B . in Math. , Bethany, Oklahoma; Honor Society; F.T.A.; Young Married People's NYPS chairman.

� WATANABE, GRACE HElKE ; B. S. in Elementary Education, Honolulu, Hawaii; Missionary Band; Prayer and Fasting.

WHITE, LaNETA LYNN, B. S. in Home Economics, Hugo, Oklahoma; Home Ec. Club; F.T.A.; Christmas Chorus; Volleyball .

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Class of 1953 �

W I LLIAMS, ORVILLE E ., Certificate in Theology, Prague, Oklahoma; Freshman Chaplain ( ' 48-' 49 ) ; Church Visitor of College Church ( ' 50-' 5 1 ) .

WILLINGHAM, ELBERT, A . B . City, Missouri.

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W I LSON, RAYMOND, A. B. in Religion, Port Arthur, Texas; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team; Christmas Chorus; Male Choir; International Relations Club; Honor Society.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE, A. B. in Religion, St. Clair, Missouri; University of Missouri School of Mines; Minis­ terial Assn.; Gospel Team.

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Old Salts

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. And let each try, by grea t thoughts and good deeds, To show the most of Heaven he hath in him . . .

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-Philip James Bailey

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The Class of 1954 Flash!

1 9 5 1-Freshmen turn Indian during initiation 1 9 5 2-Sophomores go to Lake Murray instead of having banquet 19 53 Juniors have western party Jr.-Sr. Banquet held in the "Garden of Echantment" __

Three most eventful years have passed for the class of 1 9 54. During the current year the class lost some of its most out足 standing members, but some new ones were added and it has been a good year. The fun-loving, yet dependable, cooperative, and Spirit-filled members have proved themselves many times. 'T'he success of the class for the past three years has been dependent to a great extent on the excellent leadership of its officers and sponsor. The class would like to express a big "thanks" to them. The year of 19 5 3 has been one to remember. Who shall ever forget the ride through the brisk night air down along the country roads to the river for our campfire party? Will you not always remember the walk through the "Garden of Enchant足 ment'' with the harpist as the stars shined above your head at the Jr.-Sr. Banquet? Ah ! Sweet memories of ' 5 3 . Can you not still see our girls and boys struggling for strength and accuracy t o put the winning touches t o the Echo Tourna足 ment, or on Track Day, or on the football field? Above everything else, the class of 1 9 5 4 has endeavored to keep Christ first in all its activities. The class prayer meetings have indeed been times of spiritual uplift and fellowship. We also are proud of those of our number who are preparing to do work for the Lord in the future. Hail, Oh, class of ' 54. "Let the ropes of the past ring the bells of the future."

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS : F . Hagin, Vice Pres.; B. Sullivan, Pres.; Prof. Robinson, Sponsor; M. Harrod, Treas.; J. Mc足 Arthur, Sec. ( Boyd McClain, Student Council Rep. not pictured. )

Harold's last joke must have been a flop.

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Arnett, Henry Ayres, Shirley

Burch, Bill Burkhart, Wynona Burkinshaw, Gloria

Baker, Peggy Barnhill, Ivan Beals, Cliff

Bushman, Jerald Chandler, Geneva

Bennett, Verl on Blanchard, Henry Bohannan, Grady Bohannan, Joy

Clegg, Luther

Bonser, Elsie Britt, Bob Brittain, Bettie Brockman, Vern on Brown, Charlynn

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Juniors

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It looks as if Kenneth and Vanita are well chaperoned

Cox, Joyce Davis, Kendall

Clifton, Leona Coe, Margaret Cooper, Ronald

Dayhoff, Laverna Defoyd, Jacquetta Dinwiddie, Emit Cope, Eva Coston, Alton

Dibble, Lloyd Dick, Ken Dick, Rhea Dickerman, Alvis

Courtney, Mike

Dickerman , Doris Doggett, Benny Dorough, Carolyn Eastmen, vVanda Elliot, Frank

Class of 1 9 54

Hungry Juniors devour pop a n d Bar-B-Q at their "Wild West" party

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Evans, Geraldine Feurtado, Jack

1 larrod, Marjorie Herrick, Nelda I lerrick, Ralph

Finch, Arlene Flauding, Belva Garnett, Emil

Hightower, Wilma I louse, Clariece

Glidden, Zelia Goode, I Icrbert Graham, Kerney Guyett, Elaine

H u n ter, Dale

Hagin, Cordova Hagin, Frank Hair, James Hall, James Hamilton, Geneva

Juniors

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Not boss - - - Just bossy

Kelley, F. M . Knutson, Richard

Janzen, Henry Jo n es , Barbara Jones, Charles

Kreic, Ruth Lain, Virginia Landtroop, Doyce

Johnson, l:!:unicc Johnson, Will iam

Livingston, Bill Long, Claude McAllister, Beverly McArthur, june

Kastner, Art

l\ lcBurnctt, Robert McClain, Boyd J\ lcDaniel, Joe McFarland, Betty l\ ldvlanus, Janris

Class of 1 9 54

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Mackey, Janet Martin, Don

Perryman, N i ta Rae Penner, Dorothy Prentice, Carl

Meazell, Norman Merrill, Kenneth Miller, Joel

Prentice, George Pruitt, Connie

Moore, Maurice Morgan, Nlerrill Moore, James M u rray, Barbara

Quiring, Frank

Myers, Arthur Neal, Naomi Orndoff, Paul Oyler, Calvin Patterson, Alma Ruth

Juniors

82.

Nelda and assistants relate the gripping story of "The Three Bears" for enthralled Jernigan H a l l girls

Runyan, James Scales, Eula Mae

Quiring, Joan Raiser, Suzanne Raymer, Gertrude

Scales, Kenneth Schumann, Richard Scudday, Wendel Richie, James Rogers, John

Sears, Keith Taylor, Sherman Sloan, Alfred Sloan, Bobby

Rougeau, Corinda

Sloan, Delferd Smith, Kenneth Smith, Lora Jane Spangler, Lyle Spoon, Darrell

Class of 1 9 54

Ken Terry and Jim Hair take a d i m view of the Republician admin istration

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Steel, Ruby Stowe, Gu Ree

White, Dotti e George White, Theona \Vhitsett , Don

Stroman, John Stroud, Charles Sykes, J i m

Williams, Bob Will iams, Rebecca

Taylor, Earl Terry, Kenneth Tryon, Charles Tryon, Lottie B rown

Woodcock, Allen

Tyle r , I larold Ulrich, Bob VanDyne, Glen Waits, Eloise \Vatson, Naomi

Zimmerman, Robert

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John gets his degree in ping-pong next year

Rookies . . .

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We have no time to sport away the hours; All must be earnest in a world like ours . .

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-Horatius Bonar

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The Class of 1955 "Lo, the dawning day!" The summer was ended and one hundred fifty tanned hap'py Sophs made the long trek back to their favorite institution of higher learning, looking forward to a new college year brim full of studies, activities, and fun . Nor were we disappointed; for, after the weary clays of enrollment were over, we were enjoying the fellowship of each other and saying, "This is the life," BOOM! STUDIES!-book reports, themes, reading reports, tests, sleepless nights and weary days.颅 But since we are such an industrious group, we soon adjusted ourselves to the situation and even found time to intermingle many delightful activities with our studies. Our first class activity of the 路 new year was a hayride, after which we enjoyed a chili supper prepared by our versatile sponsor, Prof. Emmel. Then, to climax the second semester's activities, we had a sunrise breakfast at Will Rogers Park, followed that night by the high-light of the year, the Sophomore Banquet, held at the Sportsman's Club. We followed a Dutch theme and had representatives from Holland, Germany, and India. The occasion was excellent, one that will never be forgotten! And now, lo, the day is ended! The evening breeze is laden with the sweet smell of flowers; the Sophomore year of ' 52-' 5 3 is history. Although just a page i n life's history, our Sophomore year has left u s wiser, and better prepared t o face life's problems with courage and faith.

SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS : Prof. Emmel, Sponsor; J . Posey, Student Council Rep.; J. Demetre, Vice Pres.; M. Snowbarger, Pres.; l\1. Clark, Sec.; D. Holcomb, Treas.

Chili is welcomed by fhe hungry Sophs. '

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S opho111 o res

Gifts, flowers, and food put the finish i ng touches to Heart Pal week

Aldrich, Paul Aldrich, Robert Ambro, Paul Aubrey, Gaylancl Bales, Coit

Carter, Lucretia Bass, Dwight Battin, Martha Baxter, Wendell Bogart, John

Charton, Patricia Cheatwood, Dolores Borgenson, Leroy Bryan, Bob Bugh, Dwight

Cherry, Betty Clark, Mary Coon, Gloria

Burkhart, Park Byrd, Bill

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Class o f 1 9 5 5

Could one of those vacant chairs be for a certain Doctor, Mrs. Drewry?

Damewood, Leola Davidson, Jack Davis, Barbara Demetre, Jerry Dodson, Ann

Courtney, Pat

Eagon, Lanore Ellis, Doyle Enterline, Norman Edmonds, Samuel

Crenshaw, Shirley Crews, Thea!

Edwards, Ralph Gardner, Jane Farr, Buddy

Crouch, Cleva Curry, Robert Cypert, Jeanne

Fisher, Lois Fitzgerald, Don

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S ophomores

As a fitting culmi nation to the Martin-Coy feud, Preacher McGuire unites Bob Lin ley "Martin" and Fred Williams "Coy" in matrimony

Fletcher, Douglas Folsom, Bobbie Franklin, Roy Forshee, Peggy French, Dejuana

Helsel. Charles

Gilham, J. D . Gire, Jodene Goodson, Bill Goulden, Arley

Hess, Dean I less, Opal

Goulden, Darrell Hagemeier, Paul Hale, Robert

Hoffpauir, C. W . Holcomb, Dorothy Holland, Lowell

Hall, Fern Harrison, Alvina

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Class o f 1 9 55

From a l l appearances I'd say that the facu lty is going to the dogs

January, J ames Jarrell, Richard J usticc, Gene Kchr, Emai1uel Kerr, James

I lorton, Dale

Knutson, Jean Lackey, George Lamar, Rose Lamb, !-larry

!- l ull, Larry I ce, Charles

La Near, Kenneth Langford, James Longnecker, Marvin

Imcl, Jack I ngle, Della Jahde, Lila

McClain, Neva McCraw, Faye

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Sophomores

Faye is playing "I'm dreaming of a white Christmas," but we aren't sure whether Maurice is drea m i ng or just asleep

McGraw, Wendell McLain, Charlotte McNabb, William Martin, Stephen M iller, Gail

Osburn, Dick

Millican, Carolyn Mobley, Orville Mon tgomery, \>Vilma 1\lloore, Jackie

Owens, Nola Owens, Sydnalea

Moore, Tom Morris, Boyd M yers, Floyd

Oyler, Donald Pagan, Reeda Parish, Freda

Nichols, James Noffsinger, J i m 94

Class o f 1 9 55

Is Buster giving it or getting it?

Pitts, Virginia Pooler, Price Posey, Jim Posey, Lloyd Power, Buster

Parker, Roscanna

Prince, Frances Ramquist, Gloria Ritcha, Virginia Robertson , George

Pearson, Norman Pendleton, John

Robertson, Ophelia Ross, ! I a Savage; Donald

Pershall, Richard Petty, J o Anne Pitts, Umsted

Scott, Mary J o Simmons, Dean

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S opho111 o res

"Say, Wendell, da you suppose I have that much blood?"

Simmons, Totsic Smith, Art Smith, Norma Dell Snowbarger, Marion Steel man, Bobby

Steel man, Vcnnie Stevens, Jack Stewart, Marshall Stuart, Charles

Unruh, Grace

Unruh, Ruth Vaughn, Bill

Sullivan, Irene Taylor, Robert Taylor, Ruby

Wachtel, Eunice \,Yard, I mogene Ward, N eva Dell

Teague, Myrna Tiry, Velva

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Class of 1 9 55

Melba lynn, Jackie, and Nelda don't seem ta realize that it's agai nst the ru les to deface school property

Weir, \Vaulea

White, Beth White, Mary Jo

Wilson, Reta Williams, Freddie \Vimberley, Frances

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Raw Recruits . . .

A man can no more be a Christian without facing evil and conquering it than he can be a soldier without going to battle, facing the cannon's mouth , and encoun tering the enemy in the field .

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building of structive with th_e Initiation turns Con e I-I a11 . Bresee to the Scienc

win dows Freshmen clean mor e. Bill McNabb, Sopho

The Class of 1956 "Manhood, not scholarship, is the first aim of education."-Ernest Thompson Seton The aim of the freshman class as it has taken its place in Bethany-Peniel College is to develop a class of men and women who through education will become an asset to the world. The class has undertaken this task with the able sponsorship of Professor Rairdon . Wasting no time after coming to Bethany, the freshmen set out to tie for first place in football, WJn the Reveille Echo basketball tournament, and prove themselves more than capable in other sports fields. Class parties and socials climaxed by "Stair足 way to the Stars," the freshman banquet held in the First Christian Church in Oklahoma City, helped to maintain the fervent class spirit. But greater than these the class from the very outset of the school year began to find its place in the religious activities of our campus. The members of the class have felt their lives enriched spiritually, socially, and culturally by their year's attendance at Bethany-Peniel College. As the young men and women who make up this class go on to the clay of their graduation, they will endeavor to incorporate m their lives the essentials to make them men and women fully equipped to face life.

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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS : Front Row: R. Parker, Student Council Rep.; D. Newton, Vice Pres. Row 2: D. Orndoff, Treas.; B. Wooten, Sec.; T. Boyd, Pres.; Prof. Rairdon, Sponsor.

"HIC!"

101

Adams, Raymond Akin, Charles

Bateman, Kenneth Bates, William Beals, Harold

Adkins, Georgt Aldrich, Helen Allen, Norma

Bibb, Edgar Biggs, George

Ammons, Doris Anderson, Glendon Anderson, Shirley Armstrong, Dorothy

Bloomer, Dennis

Arndt, Lowell Baggett, Carl Baldwin, David Bales, Verla Base, Gloria

Freshmen

102

No Wonder Buddy enjoys his p lumbing job

Browning, Jean Broyles, Loreta

Bockman, Bonita Boomer, W. 0. Bowman, Verla

Bryan, Eileen Bumpus, Robert Burkhart, Glenn

Boyd, Tom Brehm, Clara

Burns, Mary Carter, Ruby Case, Charles Cline, Louise

Brown, Mary Lou

Cloud, Alice Cogdill, Wilber Coker, Kenneth Cole, Bill Cook, Bert

Class of 1 9 5 6

Is a l l of that Tea, Floyd?

1 03

Cook, J. D. Craig, Grace

Fields, Nancy Finch, Arlene Friesen, Ruth

Davis, Nancy Davis, Richard Davy, Melvyn

Gaddy, Barbara Gappa, Robert

Diffee, Bobbie Diffee, Robbie Douglas, Madalyn Dowd, Kelly

Gardner, Alvern

Driskell, Viola Dryden, Gerald Edmonds, Paul Edwards, Yvonne Farmer, Ernest

Freshmen

1 04

Nothing like tears to soften a man's heart, Beverly

Goodno, Myrlene Goodson, Barbara

Gardner, Duane Gardner, James Gassett, Donald

Gordon, J oyce Gossman, Joseph Gough, Wilma

Gibson, Lcnna Gilpin, Robert

Griggs, Carolyn Hann, Amos Hann, Naomi Harper, Alvin

Golden, Glenn

I Iarris, Billy J . I Iarris, Walter Haver, Ed Henderson, Bill Henderson, Larry

Class of 1 9 5 6

Adjusting your hearing aid, honey?

105

I l ickey, Zula ! l icks, Darlene

Jantz, Lawrence Jaques, Donna Johannes, Arthur

l l ill, Beverly Hinkle, Irene Hodgson, Marlin

Johnston, Beatrice Jordon, Billie

Holcomb, Margaret I lolland, J u ne Holsclaw, Bonnie Holzinger, William

Justice, Delbert

Honea, Betty Hoover, Bobby Houston, J uanira Howard, El izabeth Jantz, Dolores

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Freshmen

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Sweet dreams, Bobbie

Keplinger, Evelyn Key, Rhetta

Kastner, Don Kastner, Mary Lou Keith, Lloyd

Kidd, Elizabeth Kinne, Marilee Knight, Harlyn

Kelly, John Kennedy, Allyn

Knight, I Iarold Kohnk, Althea Kotwi tz, Alfreda Lana, Josephine Kennedy, Thomas

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Lasiter, Sammy Lepper, John Leverich, Jack Lloyd, Ramona Logan, Ethel

Class of 1 9 5 6

Coach Wilson measures a Texas smile

1 07

Logan, Harry Lyons, Joe

Manwarren, Evangel ine f\ l atncy , Darrell f\ 'l cnscr, Bill

L y tle , James }. JcCasl in, Luella McClure, Beverly

Mikkelson , Verna }. l ilburn, Anna

McDonald, M ilton t\ leG raw, l\ lary McGuire, Roger Mcintosh, Roberta

Mitchell, Wilma

McKinnis, George M cVey, Diane Malcom, Donald Malcom, Wilmer Mann, Barbara

Freshn1en

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Madalyn makes beautiful music at the Valentine pa rty

Neal, Melba Nee!, Wilfred

Mobley, Shirley Monroe, Harriett Moore, J . V.

Neely, Diane Newton, Richard Noel, Ark Moore, Wesley Morris, Dorothy

Noguchi, Elsie Orndoff, Dorothy Osburn, Milton Oxner, Betty M ullen, Elizabeth

Pagan, Patsy Parker, Beverly Parker, Robert Peek, Bucl Pfeifer, Diane

Class of 1 9 5 6

How d i d you get into the Jernigan Dorm party, Arley?

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Phillips, Dennis Phillips, Janelle

Rutledge, Alva Sanders, Lloyd Schciern, Glen

P ierce, Virgie Pirrong, Roger Poe, Aubrey

Selby, Lydia Shackelford, Charlotte

Puckett, Carolyn Pugh, Charles Pulliam, Lena Rawlings, Elden

Shelton, Verna

Reese, John Rethford, Jannis Ripper, Darlene Ross, Tony Roth, Elaine

Freshmen

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N e lda, don't you know its undignified to associate with Freshmen?

Smith, Ernestine Smith, Roberta

Shields, Patsy Sickenberger, Arden Skinner, Earl

Sloan, Lenore Sloan, Lucille

Smith, Wilma Southwell, Warren Spangler, Charlene

Sprowls, Shirley Stangeland, Shirley Steele, Evangeline Stephens, Ruth

Smith, Elisabeth

Sterling, Frances Stewart, Claude Sullivan, Martin Sumner, Floyd Suttle, Beverly

Class of 1 9 5 6

Your college career starts (and ends) with a line

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111

Swim, Carolyn Sykes, Nella

Wesaw, Delmer \V. Wetherell, Dan White, Judy

Taylor, Don Tiry, Ronald Tooley, Joyce

Wiens, Dolores Wiley, Lorene

Townsend, Carol Turner, Helen Turner, Shirley Tuttle, Dale

Williams, Charlene

Tyler, Forrest Van Ostran, Ken Wagoner, Henry \Valdron, Jo Watts, Jaun ita

Freshmen

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"Put your shoes on lucy. Don't you know you're i n the city?"

Young, Esther Ziebarth, Ellis

Will ison, Maxine Wood, Freddie vVininger, Reba

Hogan , Gerald I ngles, David Schauer, Dorothy

Wooten, Bobbie Wooton, Shirley

vVyss, Leon

Class of 1 9 5 6

Just horse-ing oround.

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Baldwin, George Cogdill, Oscar

Prichard, Arlene Prichard, \Valter Riggs, Marvin

Coston, Bonita Dehart, George Emerson, LaRon

Riggs, Ruth Taylor, Alvinrinc

Hoffpauir, Lucinda Howland, Delma Icc, Betty Kehr, Doris

Ulrich, Minnie

Lundy, Beverly McKinley, Alfred V l Iortensen, John Myers, Joan Payton, Ol i n

V a n Pel t, E . L.

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RICHARD SYNARD SCHUMANN . . . San Angelo, Texas

Junior majoring in Psychology . . . Editor, REVEILLE ECHO . . . Ministerial Association

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CORDOVA HAGIN . . . Bethany, Oklahoma

Junior majoring in Elementary Education . . . V-Pres. Student Council . . . V-Pres. of

Freshman and Sophomore Classes . . . Reveille Echo Queen

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Religious Council . . . Echo Staff . . . ·works in Mission in the slums of Oklahoma City .

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BOB LEFFEL . . . Great Bend, Kansas

Senior majoring in Religion . . . Director of Religious Activities . . . Pres. Freshman and

Sophomore Classes . . . B Club . . . Pres. Prayer and Fasting

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WADE POWERS . . . Port Arthur, Texas

Senior majoring in Religion . . . V-Pres. Senior Class . . . Pres. Honor Society

Ministerial Association . . . A Cappella Choir . . . College Quartet

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VIRGINIA ROGERS . . . Tampa, Florida

Senior majoring in Music-Education . . . Secy. of Student Council . . . Secy. of Sophomore,

Junior, and Senior Classes . . . A Cappella Choir . . . V-Pres. Music Club . . . Prayer and

Fasting . . . Attendant Jamboree Queen

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JUNE McARTHUR . . . Hobart, Oklahoma

Junior majoring in Home Economics . . . Secy. of Junior Class . . . Pres. B-Club . . .

Home Ec. Club . . . Bud Robinson, Dorm Council, Secy-Treas . . . Echo Queen Attendent

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. . . ECHO staff . . . Gospel Team . . . Prayer

and Fasting . . . Sunday School Teacher, Beginners' Department.

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James l : 7

BILL BURCH . . . Melrose, New Mexico

Junior majoring in Religion . . . Pres. of Student Body . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Traveled with the school quartet for two summers . . . Student Evangelist . . . B Club . . . Ministerial

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PAUL JOHNSON . . . Durant, Oklahoma

Senior majoring in Business Administration . . . Pres. Jr. and Sr. Class . . . Dorm Counselor

. . . Honor Society . . . Pres. B. Club . . . Business Manager, ARROW . . . Student Athletic

Director, Sophomore Year . . . Plans to teach after doing graduate work at 0. U. next year.

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HOWARD CONRAD . . . Coffeyville, Kansas

Senior majoring in Religion . . . Editor of ARROW . . . Missionary Band . . . N.Y.P.S. program co·chairman . . . Teacher, Sunday School Class, College Department .

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Theological Seminary to prepare for Missionary Work in the Spanish-speaking countries of Central and South America.

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"Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you."

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B I LL RAY . . . Bradenton, Florida

Senior majoring in Chemistry . . . Dorm Counselor . . . Honor Society . . : College

Marshall . . . B Club . . . Treas. Jr. and Sr. Class . . . Echo King ' 5 1 . . . Orchestra

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Ramona, Gloria, and Carolyn seek to beautify their 'kid

brother' (Tom Kennedy) in "Orville's Big Date." Nance, director )

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Ward ) Neva, Cleva, "Tex," and Gu Ree conspire against "Old Ironsides," the dorm mother.

Clyde Sumpter gets his just desserts in "Dress Reversal ." Nelda Meador was the director.

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In The

Virginia and Alvina in Comparative Anatomy Lab.

( \r Joe ancl Claude plav "路ith their Chemistrv set.

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Bob Rav-Cenius a t work.

Homemake majors learn the principles of Nutrition.

Classroom

Teddy and Bob cut up in Biology Lab.

American Go,路ernmcnt Class takes ach路antagc of the spring weather.

Prof. Dobson expo11nds upon the art of speaking English to a class of green Freshmen .

Prof. Miller livens up his Economics Class with a joke.

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In The

DR. SAMUEL YOUNG

DR. ERWIN G. BENSON

DR. RUSSEL V. DE LONG

"A Sign Unto You," a one act Christmas play directed by James January.

REV. HAROLD VOLK

Chapel

DR. RALPH EARLE

REV. WHITCOMB HARDING

DR. C . WARREN JONES

B. Vaughn, \V. Weir, E. Johnson and W. Stephens learn the true meaning of Christmas in "A Sign Unto You."

REV. DARRELL SLACK

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In The

DR. L . J . D U BOIS

DR. RAYMOND B ROW INC

DR. MENDELL TAYLOR

Quartet from the Nazarene Bible Training School in San Antonio, Texas.

DR. V. I-I . LEWIS

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Chapel

REV. J. S. LOGAN

REV. R. E . HODGSON

REV. HOWARD SWEETEN

Professor Irwin's class

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Church Music in a Christmas Cantata entitled "Chide Jesus."

DR. D. I. VANDERPOOLE

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Lecture Series Williams Lectures The Williams Lectures, established this year in memory of the late Dr. R. T. 'Villiams, General Superintendent of the Church of the Nazarene, were sponsored by Mrs. R. T. Wil足 liams, Senior and Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Williams, Junior of the First Church of the Nazarene of Oklahoma City. Rev. Harold Yolk, outstanding evangelist of our church, con足 ducted the lectures dealing with the subject of "Evangelism." This topic was chosen because the late Dr. Williams was intensely interested in and especially loved that field of Christian labor.

Aycock Lectures

REV. HAROLD YOLK

The Aycock lectures, sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Jarrette Aycock and Rev. and Mrs. Whitcomb Harding, were conducted in the fall by Dr. Mendell Taylor, professor of Church History at the Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri, and former professor at B-PC. The subject of Dr. Taylor's lec足 tures was "The History of Holiness." The spring group of lectures were delivered by Dr. B. F . Neely, well-known evangelist a n d o n e o f the founders o f the Church of the Nazarene. Dr. Neely's lectures on " Holiness" were interesting and enlightening to us all.

DR. MENDELL TAYLOR

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DR. B. F. NEELY

Lyceums

SOUTHERNERS QUARTET-Junior Lyceum

THE PLAINSMEN-Junior Lyceum

THE AMBASSADORS-Junior Lyceum

R. T. W ILLIAMS AND KEN WRIGHT足 Senior Lyceum

OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY MALE CHOIR-Student Council Lyceum ( Second Semester )

CHARLES RAMSDEN-Student Council Lyceum ( First Semester )

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Second Annual Great! \Vonderful! I liked it very much ! It ans\\路ercd questions about which I have wondered for a' long time! These and other thoughts were vocalized all over the B-PC campus follo,,路ing the Second Annual Careers Confcrmce held on February 4 . Since many young people in college haven't fully decided upon their life's work, the Student Council and Dean of Students instituted this method of acquainting such students with the possibilities, and preparation necessary for entering various fields of endeavor. This year twenty-seven consultants lectured and held private consultations as representatives of twenty-seven fields. The work of planning this year's conference was performed by颅 E. B. Shannon, Dean of Students and Bill Burch, President of the Student Council. To Gloria Ramquist, as Student Hostess, was entrusted the responsibility of making our visitors feel at home.

G. Ramquist, student hostess, Dean Shannon, and Bill Burch, Student Council Pres., officials of the conference.

After lectures and conferences were completed a tea for facultl路. consultants, and Student Council members was served in the Home Economics department under the direction of l\ !odena Murray.

J. Clyde \Vi1eeler, consultant on Social \Vork and Mental Hygiene, lectures to students interested in these fields.

Lynn \Vhite serves tea to visiting consultants.

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Careers Conference CONSULTANTS C. I. BLACKWOOD Secretarial Work JOHN L. BOLAND Speech Therapy CLARENCE A. B U RG Applied Music FAIRY CHISM Missions EDITH COPELAND Creative Writing F. C. FELLINGHAl\tL Business Management HENRY FOTH Music Education EARL D. FULLER Personnel Management ERNEST J. GENTILE Dentistry J. 0. GRANTHAM Engineering MILDRED GREGORY Home Economics ADA HA WKINS Nursing PAUL V. KEEN Physical Education V. H. LEWIS Pastoral Ministry CORA McCOY Home Economics HARRIETT B. MISKELL_ Counseling LUKE E. MUNN Elementary Education WILLIAM K. NEWTON Accounting GILBERT ROBINSON Secondary Education HOWARD R. SCROGGS Hospital Administration WILLIAM M. SHANNER Science and Technology CLARK SNELL_ Church Music A. LeROY TA YLOR Special Education A. N. TAYLOR Medicine J. CLYDE WHEELER Social Work and Mental Hygiene STEPHE S. WHITE_ Ciuistian Service ROOERT WARREN Law __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ __ _ _

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Dr. Garner, Prof. Lawrence, Prof. Paschall, Dr. Gentile, and Prof. Danskin, visit over tea. Paul V. Keen, consultant for the field of Physical Education.

R. Warren greets H. Tyler, stu�lent chairman in the session on Law.

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Student

Council

Upon taking office last September, the Student Council determined to promote a program which provided for the students spiritual, academic, cultural, social and recreational needs; a program which fostered wholesome intra-student rela足 tions and student-faculty operations; and most of all, a program which abbetted in the building of a student government in which each student was assured an active voice. Special concern has been given to policies which will enable future councils to serve as effective mediums between the faculty and administra足 tion and the student body. To meet its social objectives the council sponsored the following activities : Get Acquainted Week; the Hallowe'en, Christmas, Queen of Hearts, and weekly Saturday night parties; Jamboree Homecoming; a Christmas Banquet; Careers Confer足 ence; two Student Council lyceums--Charles Ramsden and the 0. U. Male Choir; "Twerp" Week; Heart Pal Week; the volleyball tournament; music for the dining hall ( via a new phonograph and collection of records ) ; and funds for a bulletin board to be placed in front of the Fine Arts Building.

BILL BURCH President

VIRGINIA ROGERS Secretary

CORDOVA HAGIN Vice President

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Government

BOB LEFFEL Student Director of Religious Activities

PROF. DUNN Sponsor

STUDENT COU C I L : FRONT ROW ( L . to R. ) D. Schumann, Publications Representative; C. Hagin, Vice-pres.; B. Burch, Pres.; V. Rogers, Sec.; B. Leffel, Dir. of Rcl. Act. ( RO\V 2 ) H. Conrad, Publications Representative; C . Sumpter, Sr. Rep.; B. McClain, Jr. Rep.; J. Posey, Soph. Rep.; R. Parker, Fresh. Rep.; Prof. Dunn, Sponsor.

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The Reveille In presenting to you Volume 2 3 of the Reveille Echo, we, your staff have endeavored to present in an unbiased manner the news and views of the faculty and student body. While striving toward this end, we have sought to maintain the standards of good journalism and to make the paper as inter路 esting as possible. Aside from our activities m publishing the paper, we joined with you in presenting the Seventh Annual Reveille Echo Tournament, which we felt was a "smashing success" because of splendid co路operation, excellent ball playing, and wonderful class spirit. In keeping with the institutional objectives of our college, we as a "voice of the campus" have sought to maintain and reflect the high ideals and standards which Bethany路Peniel College strives to promote and uphold. RICHARD SCHUMANN Editor

Realizing that any publication owes its existence and success to CO路Operative effort, we wish to express our sincere thanks to everyone who has made possible this year's volume of the Reveille Eclw.

LEFT TO RIGHT : Miller, McDaniels, Stuart, Neal, Neely, Vaughn, Baker, Rawlings, Miyanishi, Mikkelson.

Echo STAFF DICK SCI IUMA N

EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER

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LEE STEELE

ASSOCIATE EDITOR ---------------- JIM POSEY Faculty Sponsor ------------------------ Earl Greer Sports Editors ----------------- -------- JoAnn Stowe Jim Noffsinger News Editor ------------------------ Joe McDaniel Reporters Diane Neely Dale Tuttle, Charles Stuart, \lifalter Schofield, Faye � IcCraw, Melba Neal, Joel Miller, Bill Vaughn ------ -------------- ---------

Society Editors -- ---------- -- -- -------- Peggy Baker Beverly Myers

J I M POSEY Associate Eeli tor

Feature Editors -------------------- Geneva Chandler Charlotte McLain Columnists ----------------------------- Bill Burch Bob Leffel Cord ova Hagin Photographer ------------------------ Arley Goulden Circulation � Ianagcr

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Barbara Miyanishi

ASSOCIATED COLLEGIATE PRESS Official Student Publication of Bethany-Peniel College. Published bi-monthly during the school year by the Associated Students.

ARLEY GOULDEN Photographer

L E E STEELE Business Manager

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Arrow Here at last is your

1953

ARRO\V.

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schedules, staffless staff meetings, sleepless nights, unmct deadlines, late copy, and one hundred one other obstacles have been met in producing it. This is not, however, the cry of the cynic, for the pleasures of putting out the book have far outweighed the displeasures. Thanks are in order for all those who had a part in this production. Mrs. Lundy, Paul Johnson, Luther Clegg, Arley Goulden, Clyde Sumpter, Beverly McClure, Mar足 jorie Harrod, Beverly Myers, Modena Murray, Lynn White, Maurice Moore, Barbara Miyanishi, JoAnn Stowe, Buster Power, Mary L.

Thompson,

Joyce Cox, and

Madolyn Douglas have all played a major part in making the

HO\VARD CONRAD Editor

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ARROW possible, as well as others too numer足

ous to mention.

The cooperation of students, faculty,

and administration has been deeply appreciated . The entire staff join me in wishing everyone the best of everything in the clays ahead. \Ve believe that in the years to come students will be better able to meet life's battles because of "Boot Camp" at B-PC.

Left: CAROL LUNDY, Sponsor

Lower Left : Staff members get in the mood for work by playing games before starting the serious business of the clay. Below : ARLEY GOULDEN, Photographer

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PAUL JOHNSON, Business Manager

LUTI IE R CLEGG, Associate Editor

ARRO\V STAFF: C. Sumpter, B. McClure, M . Harrod, M. M urray, L. \Vhite, S. Raiser, B. l'vl iyanishi, I I . Conrad, Editor. pictured : Myers, Moore, Stowe, Power, Thompson, Cox, Douglas. )

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Honor Society Character, scholarship, leadership, and service are the some­

what intangible words that represent the qualifying factors for a member of Honor Society. A

2.5

grade point is the primary requisite for admission to

Honor Society. Entrance to this society is a worthy goal for any

student. An annual chapel program presented by the members

provided an initiation service for th�se new members who had

been successful in "making the grade."

Twice a month on Tuesday evenings at

8 : 00

this highly select

group lays aside books, term work, and tests, to be present for

an enjoyable hour of business and entertainment.

The outstanding project of the year's activities found culmina­

tion in a newly-founded scholarship award. This was sponsored

by the members of this organization plus the alumni members.

Awarded to an outstanding upper-classman, a member of the Honor Society, it is hoped that this will provide motivation for higher scholastic standards. Above: Dr. Floyd, sponsor; C. pres.;

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Powers, pres .; R. Bennett, sec.-treas.

Left: Clyde Sumpter entertains Honor Society with "Gertrude."

FRONT ROW. McClain, Teague, Harrod, McLain, Baldwin, Defoyd. ROW 2 .

Sumpter, Coe, Cherry, Long, Merrill, Powers. ROW 3 . Conrad, Wilson, John­ ROW

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Rosfeld, Kehr, Snowbarger, Posey, McDaniels.

Biology Club Under the leadership of Professor Lawrence, the Biology Club of Bethany-Peniel did much to promote an interest in science upon the campus. The objectives this year were to provide individual projects for students with a special interest in the field of biological science, to undertake one project as a club to be presented to the biology department, which would be interesting and educa足 tional to the rest of the student body. A cabinet display case was presented to the department in which is to be placed part of the growing B-PC museum. The club sponsored two field trips for the purpose of collecting specimens of plant and animal life. They also visited the State Hospital at Norman.

Above ( right ) : Biology Club Officers ( L to R ) , B. Miyanishi, treas.; A. Dodson, sec.; J. McDaniels, Publicity; H. Eason, pres.; Prof. Lawrence, sponsor; D. Tuttle, Field Rep.; D. Bugh, Rep. at large. Righ t : Teddy Goulden, Biology major, mounts a pheasant. Biology Club Members ( Below, L to R ) Front Row : Miyanishi, Broyles, Harrison, Dodson, Townsend, Coe, Banks, Taylor. Second Row : Prof. Paschall, Hodgson, Cooper, Gunn, Burns, Crouch, Lloyd, Bowman, Kelly, Malcom, Britt, Eason. Third Row : Bugh, Edmonds, Goulden, Osburn, Tuttle, Kennedy, McDaniels, Bass, Beals, Ray, Prof. Lawrence.

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Business Club The Business Club has had a busy year of club meetings, picnics and sports. They have also had an enjoyable year under the supervision of Norman Miller. The club has presented programs, films and speakers in the field of business. The Business Club Basketball Team won the Saturday Night League in the Reveille Echo tournament, and had both girls and boys teams in the volley ball tournament. The club has as its objectives "To promote interest

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Officers : Benny Doggett, pres.; Mary Clark, treas.; Clarice House, sec,; Jim Hair, vice路pres.; Norman Miller and Donald Danskin, sponsors.

RO\V 1 . Clark, Eagle, McClain, Milburn, Charton. ROW 2. Myers, McManus, \Vhite, Sloan, Rougeou, Prof. Danskin. ROW Doggett, Hair, Feurtado, Prof. Miller, Anderson, Ellis, Justice, Stroman.

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'B' Clubs The 'B' Clubs arc composed of lettermen of the college. At the present time letters are not awarded in individual sports, but only to those who excel in all sports. Thus the letter 'B' award is considered a high honor. These clubs sponsor annually some project beneficial to the athleti� program of the school.

MEN'S 'B' CLUB Officers PAUL JOHNSON ART KASTNER FRANK HAGIN DON W I LSON

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GIRLS 'B' CLUB ( L to R ) FRONT ROW : Cope, Miyanishi, Landtroop. R0\;\,1 TWO : Ketchum, McArthur, CroHcll, Waits.

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BOYS ·B' CLUB ( L to R ) FRONT ROW : Noffsinger, Turner, Hair, Moore. ROW TWO : Long, Johnson, Tyler, Bugh, Dick, and Burch.

Varsity Debate N o group of students has more fun while working hard than does the varsity debate team. Selected by the Professor in charge of Debate and Argumen­ tation, nine students made up the group this past year. After having worked diligently for two months gathering material, organizing it, preparing speeches, and rounds of practice debate, off we went to Ada, Oklahoma. There we weren't the most magnificent debaters, but we managed to hold our own, winning one "good." The opportunities to attend tournaments are limited because of our unusually heavy schedule of activities on campus, but this group is growing an�] is a real challenge for those students interested in debate. Many of the debaters are called on to judge high school debates in the near-by vicinities. J. Robert Emmel, Professor in charge of Debate and Argumentation.

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Feasting on Italian Spaghetti at the Chateau d'Emmel, the debaters closed their file boxes, brief cases, and minds, only to reopen and fill again come next year.

R. Knutsen, C . Dorough, Professor Emmel, I-I. Tyler, N. Meador, C . Sumpter.

Future Teachers of America Prospective teachers make up a large portion of our student body. The John R. Matt Chapter of the F. T. A., a junior affiliate of the National Educational Association, a professional organization for teachers, was organized on our campus to acquaint the prospective teachers with those basic and funda­ mental problems in the field of education. Various types of programs-films, special speakers, reports, and panel discussions-all add to the interesting meetings which are held one Tuesday night each month. Through this variety of effective programs greater appreciation for the teaching vo­ cation is created within the students. They become acquainted with the history, ethics, and practical experience of teaching, which adapts them to the professional field and to the com­ munity. F. T� A. affords the opportunity for teacher training and fellowship among those students of education on our campus.

Officers :

Syble George, vice-pres.; Jetta Mcinnis, president; Nelda

Meador, secretary-treas.; Clyde Sumpter, rep. at large. is Dr. Coleman, sponsor . )

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FUTURE TEACHERS O F AMERICA : FRONT ROW; ( L. to R . ) N. Ward, L. Smith, S. Raiser, T. Martin, N. Fields, C . Puckett. ROW 2 : D. Penner, A. Kohnk, N. Owens, G. Burkinshaw, D. Coston, J. Defoyd. ROW 3 : J. Cox, J. Mcinnis, S. George, G. Evans, E. LaDue, V. Edwards. ROW 4 : M. Murray, M. Thompson, W. Aubrey, G. Craig, B. Davis, L. White. ROW 5 : B. Jones, C. Sumpter, N. Meador, S. Owens, B. Farr.

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Historical Society The Bethany-Peniel College Historical Society at the end of its second year displayed progress under the supervision of Miss Constance Spruce. The aim of the society is to aiel in the de­ velopment of appreciation for history, and to instill a sense of the importance of that subject. Active membership is open to all history majors and minors. However the club welcomes as associate members anyone who has taken or is taking six hours of history or social science. Honorary members include all professors in the department of history and a number of the alumni who were history majors and club mem­ bers in the past_ The bi-monthly meetings presented programs of historical and current events. A number of films were shown this year to better acquaint the members with the history of their country. The club project is the annual publication of a paper­ containing articles of historical interest-known as the B-PC HISTORIAN. Above: C. Spruce, sponsor; C. Jones, vice-pres. ; L. Clegg, sec.­ treas.; W. Edwards, pres.; J. Stowe, editor of the B-PC H IS­ TORIAN; D. Hunter, public relations officer ( not pictured ) . Righ t : J . Stowe edits copy for the B-PC HISTORIAN. FRONT ROW. Stowe, Miss Spruce, 'Voocl, Cox, Clegg. BACK ROW. Dr. Floyd, Edwards, Farr, Jones, Mortensen, Biggs.

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Home Ec Club Members of the Home Economics Club include all who are majoring in home economics and those interested in any phase of homemaking. The purpose of the club has been to further scholarship, leadership, fellowship an d spirituality in home eco­ nomics. The sponsor, Dr. Greve, has at all times shown a sincere interest in each girl. She has capably directed the club in its academic achievements; at the same time she has kept before the members the school motto-Character, Culture, Christ. Outstanding programs of the year have been demonstrations on candle making, flower arrangement, and hair styling. The times of fun and fellowship will not soon be forgotten . A touch of culture in its practical form describes the Home Economics Club. Above: Officers-E . LaDue, pres.; M. Murray, vice-pres.; Dr. Greve, sponsor; D. 'vVhite, secretary-treas. Left : E . LaDue puts her Home Economics training to good use.

FRONT ROW : Wimberly, McFarland, LaDue, Wachtel, Fields, Glidden. ROW 2 : Dr. Greve, Harrod, D. \Vhite, L. White, Landtroop, Coston, McArthur.

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International Relations Club The purpose of the International Relations Club is to help its members to survey objectively, world, national and local situa足 tions, thus gaining better insight into international affairs. Mem足 bership is open to all who are interested in current problems and events. The IRC furnished a number of interesting chapel programs including the Republican-Democrat debate, and speaker Mac Q. Williamson, Attorney-General of Oklahoma. The club furnished a television set during the national election so students could watch the election returns. At the club meetings, programs were presented on current problems and events which were of interest to the students.

Above: J. Mcinnis, treas.; J. Posey, pres.; T. Kennedy, vice-pres.; C. Robinson, sec.

Left: Mac Q. Williamson, Attorney-General of Oklahoma. one of the special speakers for the club this semester. Below: Dwight Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson in Oklahoma City. The IRC took a great interest in the political campaigns of this year.

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Faculty Dames The organization known a s the Faculty Dames meets monthly in the home of one of the members for social contacts and personal development. Mutual interest and f�llowship is en­ couraged. The membership of this organization is restricted to those women who are wives of college teachers (but are not themselves teaching ) and to the wives of Nazarene pastors in Bethany and the wife of the business manager of the college. Subjects of interest are proposed for each gathering. It has become a tradition for the Christmas meeting to take place e�t the Cantrell home. The wife of each teacher who earns his Ph.D. is honored at one of the meetings.

OFFICERS MRS. CANTRELL MRS. GREER MRS. SMITH

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Dr. and Mrs. Ripper inspect their gift from the faculty family.

FACULTY DAMES : ( Front row, L. to R . ) Mrs. James Garner, Mrs. Frank McConnell, Mrs. E. S. Phillips, Mrs. Curtis Smith, Mrs. Lester L. Dunn, Mrs. Prescott Johnson, Mrs. Harold Ripper, Mrs. Roy H. Cantrell. ROW 2 : Mrs. E. Boyd Shannon, Mrs. Harry Craddock, Mrs. Earl Greer, Mrs. Kenneth Robinson, Mrs. Robert G. Lawrence, Mrs. Donald Danskin, Mrs. Don Wilson, Mrs. Fred Floyd.

Beth Ann PREACHER' WIVES' CLASS \Vith a fourth successful year now reaching completion, the preacher's wives on the campus can say that their unique class in adult education has proven itself to be of inestimable value. Mrs. Roy I-1. Cantrell, who began the course in the fall of 1 949, continued this year as the able instructor. Although the course is without college credit, it is sponsored by the administration of the college and is open to any ministerial student's wife. Classes meet weekly on Thursday nights. Mrs. Cantre11 lectures and leads the discussion of the group; occasional guest speakers enliven the: sessions. Various problems of vital interest pertaining to the prea:her's wife, her home, her children, and her church meet with discussions of the group. The pastor's wife in relation to her husband and his work, and her relation to the community as a church worker are pertinent subjects which are dealt with . The class has chosen for its name Beth-Ann. In the class sessions a fictional typical minister's wife named Beth-Ann is prepared for her role as the wife of a preacher. The problems which Beth-Ann is to face are discussed and solved in class periods. Thus she gradually develops the poise and charm so necessary for the part she is to play in the church and the parsonage. Upper Righ t : MRS. ROY H . CANTRELL, Sponsor.

Right : DR. MENDELL TAYLOR, special �peaker for the club. Below : BETI- 1-ANNS AND THEIR H USBANDS attend special lectures bv Dr. and Mrs. Mendell Taylor.

Alumni Association When will it b e clone? Perhaps i n time for m y grandchildren to use it. These caustic comments have been on the lips of every student since plans for the Student Union Building were first presented about eight. years ago. This year those plans , were nearing fruition and the cynical attitude became one of anticipation. This building has been sponsored and promoted by the Alumni Association of B-PC in connection with the Board of Directors. The members of this association, headed by Rev. Mark R . Moore, take a great interest i n the affairs o f their Alma Mater. Each year at commencement time the association sponsors a banquet honoring the members of the graduating class. It is on this occasion also that the annual "B" awards are presented to two members of the association in recognition of their outstanding achievements in the field of Christian service.

Above: Rev. Mark R. Moore, President of the Alumni Association.

Left and Below : Views of the Student Union building being constructed as a joint project of the Alumni Association and the Board of Directors.

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Music Club Another interesting and active organization of the campus is the music club, led by John Rosfeld. The meetings were planned by the capable group of officers : John Rosfeld, president; Virginia Rogers, vice-president; Shirley Ayres, secretary and treasurer; and Professor Elizabeth Battin, sponsor. Activities of the club included educational films shown at each meeting, plus entertainment by members of the club. The project for this year was an amateur program held this spring. Requirements for membership in the music club are affilia足 tion with one or more of the major music organizations on campus. The principal aim of the club is to inspire interest in good music.

Above: Shirley Ayers, secrctary-treas.; John Rosfeld, pres.; Virginia Rogers, vice-pres.

Left : Miss Elizabeth Battin, sponsor. FRONT ROW. Rosfeld, Rogers, Scott, Holcomb, King, Hale. ROW 2. Neal, Wooten, Steele, Ayres, Osburn, Byrd, rvlontgomery, Snowbarger, McLain, Goulden.

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HELEN ALDRICH, ELISABETH SM ITH, I RENE H INKLE .

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VERTA MOYER, WILMA MONTGOMERY, VIRGINIA ROGERS.

JOE McDANIEL, MARION SNOWBARGER, CI IARLES STUART, GLENN VAN DYNE .

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BILL BYRD, JIM MOWRY, BILL SULLIVAN, DON WI-IITSETT.

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Messiah On the night of December 1 4, Professor Dunn and one hundred eighty voices presented Handel's great oratorio, "The Messiah ." Assisting in the presentation were Professor Ruth Taylor, organist; and Professor Doris Vaughan, pianist. Soloists were Geron Brown, baritone; Vivian Chaffee Arnon, soprano; Ramon Unruh, tenor; and Evelyn Robinson, contralto. The choir was composed of members of the three college choirs plus other college students and townspeople. This annual presentation of 路 "The Messiah" gives opportunity for many singers other than choir members or music majors to sing in a large musical production under capable leadership. Member颅 ship in the choir was open to everyone and the public was invited to the program. SOLOISTS, Ramon Unruh, Tenor; Vivian Chaffee Arnon, Soprano; and Geron Brown, Bass.

Below : The entire personnel of TI-IE MESSIAH, Choir, Organist ( R . Taylor ) , Pianist ( D. Vaughan ) , Director ( Lester Dunn ) , and Soloists ( Unruh, Arnon, Brown ) .

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Holy City "The Holy City" was presented on the night of April 26 under the direction of Professor Lesteďż˝ Dunn. A choir of about seventy-five voices sang during the one and a half hour production. This choir was composed of volunteers with no special entry requirements. Besides the regular choir members, four soloists gave liberally of their time and effort to make this production a success. They were:

Robert Hale, bass; Naomi Dobson, soprano; Beverly

Suttle, contralto; and Ramon Unruh, tenor.

SOLOISTS : Naomi Dobson, soprano; Beverly Suttle, contralto; Ramon Unruh, tenor; Robert Hale, bass.

THE HOLY C ITY by A. R. Gaul Musicians, and choir pictured below. Lester L. Dunn, director.

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Band The band i s a musical organization open to all through try足 outs. Thirty-five hard-working members, only three of whom were music majors, made up this year's band. The calendar this year for the band included Jamboree, chapel, and a concert during music week in wl1ich some of the favorites were "Charmaine," "Band of America March," and "Two \Voocllancl Sketches." This organization met twice a week this year, and during these times the members clisplayccl a splenclicl spirit of cooperation. Prof. Keith Pagan was director. The purpose of the band is to maintain the cultural level of secular music on our campus.

Above: Robert Hale, pres.; Joyce Cordon, secretary足 treas.; Melvin Davey, librarian; Prof. Pagan, sponsor.

Left : Prof. Pagan, sponsor of the club.

FRONT RO\V. Hale, Herrick, Neal. -ROW 2. Cordon, Ross, Martin, Anderson, Dowel, Gassett, Stroman, Davy, Holcomb, Bryan. ROW 3. Prof. Pagan, Powers, Emerson, Baldwin, Burns.

A Cappella A Cappella Choir is an organization whose purpose is to present the gospel in music. This year, as before, it has made this presentation with God's anointing power. The choir is composed of forty young men and women who have consecrated their talent for the Master's use. Music to them is not only an art, but also an expression of reverence and worship to God. The schedule of A Cappella this year was climaxed by the sixteen hundred mile tour through Oklahoma, Texas, and Louisiana. The choir enjoyed a unity of spirit and fellowship as they represented our school in music. Some of the songs presented this year were '路Amazing Grace," "Great Gettin' Up Morning," "Yes, I Know," and " Rocka My Soul ." Upper Righ t : LESTER DUNN, Director. Righ t : Choir Members board the bus for their tour. Below : A CAPPELLA CHOI R : ( Front, L. to R. ) Row l : Goodno. Row 2 : Montgomery, Ripper. Row 3 : Taylor, Pruitt, Ammons. Row 4: Scott, Neely, Aldrich, Moyer. Row 5 : Rogers ( Sec.-Trcas. ) , \Vc.ir, Cope, Ramquist, McLain. Row 6 : Goodson, Hodgson, King, Suttle, Ayers, VanDyne. Row 7 : Osborn, Steele (Vice-Pres. ) , Snowbarger, Pitts, Burch . Row 8 : Vaughn, Oyler, Stephens, Phillips, Gassett, Sullivan ( Chapbin ) . Byrd, Farmer, \Vhitsett, Rosfeld ( Pres. ) , Pooler, Moore, I Iale.

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II ' ANN HART Graduate Speech Recital

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RICI--IARD OSBORN Tenor

VIRGINIA ROGERS Soprano

Recitals

NELDA MEADOR Graduate Speech Recital Cheaper by the Dozen by Frank Gilbreth Assisted by Don 'Vhitsett and Faye McCraw

ROBERT HALE Baritone

W ILLIAM STEPHENS Baritone

Student Recitals

CLYDE SUMPTER Graduate Speech Recital Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe Assisted by Madrigal Singers and John Rosfeld

JOHN ROSFELD Piano

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DOROTHY HOLCOMB Piano

Faculty Recital

BETTY PAGAN Piano

LESTER L. DUNN Tenor

BLANCHE I. GARNER Piano J . D. I RWIN Bass

RAMON UNRUH Tenor

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Social Training . . .

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Fun and

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Spe-akers' table, Fresh man banquet.

FRESHMEN BANQUET First Christian Church Banquet Hall Oklahoma City, Oklahoma April 24, 1953 "Stairway to the Stars" John Brett, speaker Dick Newton, toastmaster

Freshman Dandies and their Dates.

Where's Buddy, Barbara?

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Speaker's Table, toastmaster Sam E . and Dorothy H. in the foreground.

SOPHOMORE BANQUET Sportsman's Club Oklahoma City, Oklahoma "Our Dutch Garden" Joseph Benton, speaker Sam Edmonds, toastmaster

Bill, George, and Bob in the serving line.

Mr. and Mrs. Lorette, of the Bethany Flower Shop, guests of honor.

( Mr. Lorette is native of the Netherlands. )

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JU NIOR-SENIOR BANQUET April 24, 195 3 "Garden o f E nchantment" String 路 Ensemble Oklahoma City Symphony Orchestra

Junior trio consisting of Jim Mowry, Bill Sullivan, Don Whitsett.

String Ensemble from the Oklahoma City Symphony Orchestra.

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St. Luke's Methodist Church Terrace Room Oklahoma City, Oklahoma William J. Holloway, speaker Harold Tyler, toastmaster

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Dick and Doris Schumann relive their wedding clay.

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Roger is extremely lucky. Roseanna can 路at least make coffee.

The new Mrs. Beals smiles smugly as she and her new spouse cut the first piece of cake.

If Jim . Sykes always smiles when helping with the dishes, Ramona has a remarkable husband indeed. Gayland and Wilda Aubrey take time out for family devotions.

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The Drag

Ice cream a n d ECHOS a t the Drag.

Melba Lynn flirts with the soda jerk. Sleeping fountain boys mean slow service. John supervises the making of his "Wing Ding."

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Vanita and Kenneth read the election returns on the way home from the library. Election returns drive Tinker to drink.

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Motorcade

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DALLAS DISTRICT

SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

KANSAS C ITY DISTRICT

HOUSTON DISTRICT

Visitors

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NORTH ARKANSAS DISTRICT

ABILENE DISTRICT

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

"Willie" the Abilene steer.

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Campus Employees

Dining hall waitresses.

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Eddie Miller and his campus crew.

Eunice, Lc1ma, and Nancy cut marshmellows for the dinner salad.

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The Ch urch "Character determines the manner i n which a man interprets the will of God ." -Oswald Chambers In an attempt to more adequately apply the three-fold motto of our school, Character, Culture, Christ, to our own individual lives, it becomes a challenge for each of us to strive to find and fulfill the will of God. The spirit of Christian living which prevades our campus fills each of us with a desire and a deter足 mination to be the very best that both God and man expect of us. No blind and helpless groping for spiritual help need ever exist on our campus. The college church dominates our spiritual growth and helps us to live a consistent daily experience. Extra services such as Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Missionary Band, Meek Missionary Society, Ministerial Alliance, Chapel, and class prayer meetings, all help us to feel the ever present love of God and the desirous determination to make our lives a bless足 ing. We have found a finn foundation for our living-Christ from whom emulates all other activities. Through the various divi足 sions of our college life, religion unites and binds into a perfect harmony: Culture and Character are resultant effects of Christian living.

REV. E. S. PHILLI PS Pastor

In Rev. E. S. Phillips, Bennett Dudney, the College Church, and the Religious Organizations of our campus we have found real spiritual help and a challenge to be Christian soldiers worthy of the name.

Betty Jean, Mrs. Phillips, Rev. Phillips, Clara, and Karen

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The new parsonage-a project of Bethany First Church.

The Educational unit of the College Church.

DR. PAUL UPDIKE

REV. KENNETH RICE

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Personnel

HARRY L. CRADDOCK-Sunday School Superintendent

GERTRUDE PHILLIPS-NFMS President

RUTH TAYLOR-Organist ROBERT GREEN-Youth Director

LESTER L. DUNN-Minister of Music

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The College Department PROF. EMMEL, DR. PHILO, T. BOYD, D . NEWTON, D. SCHUMANN, Sunday School teachers in the College Department.

GLENN McARTHUR General NYPS President

Trophimus (A. Kennedy ) , Abacliah ( N. Allen ) , Minna ( R. Bennett ) , and Peter ( J . D . Cook ) , the Easter NYPS play "Shadow of Peter."

HARRIET MONROE AND HOWARD CONRAD, Co-chairmen of the College NYPS.

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Revivals and

Conventions

REV. PONDER GILLILAND-Speaker, opening Convention

Raymond Parker, Erwin G. Benson, L. J. Du Bois, and Ponder Gilli足 land, leaders of the Regional Church Schools and NYPS Conference. REV. E. W. MARTIN, Evangelist, Spring Revival

DR. G. B. WILLIAMSON-Evangelist, Fall Revival

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Gospel Team Soul-lifting singing, dynamic preaching, and glorious victory have all been a part of Gospel Team services held each Thursday evening at 6 : 30. \Vith students in complete charge, our services have provided . an evangelistic outlet, kept spiritual fervor high, and proved a means of winning many souls to Christ. A Wednesday through Sunday Youth Revival at Yukon, Oklahoma, was sponsored by the group this year. Our vice足 president was the speaker, with members of Gospel Team in charge of the music and as ardent supporters in the prayer room and congregation. God honored these labors, and the results of this revival were beneficial to all. A mid-week blessing was the reward for all who attended Gospel Team.

Upper Left: Gospel Team Officers, Prof. Metz, sponsor; Lee Steele, pres.; Margery Davis, secrctary-treas.; Maurice Moore, vice-pres. Left: Buddy Little speaks in Gospel Team . FRONT RO\V : Bowman, Eagon, McCaslin, McFar'and, Holcomb, Scott, Kohnk, Shelton, Wooten, Mc足 Allister. RO\V 2 : Montgomery, Petty, vVhite, Unruh, Cherry, Wilson, Charton, McManus, Hamilton, Evans, Robinson, Davis, Millican, Honea, Hinkle, Tuttle. ROW 3 : Bloomer, Posey, Leffel, Ross, Noel, Edmonds, Kennedy, Little, Stuart, Burkhart, Horton, Logan, Dowel, Hoover, Knight, McKinnis, McGuire.

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Meek Mission ary Society An organization which has gained a place of prominence on our campus is the Meek Missionary Chapter. The monthly Sunday afternoon services were times when God's presence was cspcciallv ncar and students caught the true vision of sacrifice and of missions. A period of devotion preceded the inspirational lessons. Africa \\·as brought close to the hearts of all by educational and enter­ taining lessons concerning the mis�ion work there. After a period of spiritual feasting the group gathered to partake of "sack lunches." This was a time of real fellowship. This year the bovs were active members and contributed much to the success and progress of this organization. The packing of a box for the Nazarene Bible School at San Antonio, Texas, was one of the highlights of the year. This i\·as climaxed by a party with a Mcxican theme. This and the Alabaster Box offering were among the projects of the year. Upper Righ t : FRO T RO\V ( L to R ) , Prof. and Mrs. Metz, co-sponsors; D. Holcomb, Secretary; J. Hodgson, President. SECO D RO\V, K. Scales, Box Chairman; S. Edmonds, Song Leader; M. M urray, Trcas.; IV ! . Harrod, Study Chairman.

Righ t : Kenneth displays materials collected for the Bible School in San Antonio. FRONT ROW. Conrad, Smith, King, Holcomb, Hodgson, Riser, Sloan . ROW 2. Jones, Snowbarger, !\ Irs. Metz, Murray, Harrod, McClure, Burkinshaw, Unruh. ROVV 3 . Sumpter, Prof. Metz, Scales, Edmonds, Clegg, Enterline, Myers.

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Ministerial Association The Ministerial Association i s a n organization which was created for the purpose of better p>eparing the ministerial stu足 dents for their life's calling. This preparation is accomplished through collective consideration and interpretation of problems peculiar to the ministry. This year the association has been active on our campus. They have held their meetings twice a month during which they had several outside speakers. The main objective of the Ministerial Association is to help ministerial students to realize the responsibility of their calling and thus adequately prepare for the ministry.

Officers MAURICE MOORE President WADE POWERS -------------------Vice-President JAMES GARDNER ---------------------- - Secretary ARTHUR MYERS -----------------------Treasurer DR. L. C. P HILO Sponsor _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

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ROW 1 . Conrad, Bullock, Schuman, Leffel, Burkhart, Howard, Myers. RO\V Dr. Philo. ROW 3. Taylor, Moore, Burch, Hann, Little, Conway.

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2.

McKellips, Guyett, Noel, Moore, Stuart, Van Dyne,

Missionary Band A s one of the major religious organizations a t B -PC, Mission颅 ary Band has definitely contributed to the spiritual atmosphere of the college. In the Science Hall Chapel each Thursday evening the inspirational services were a blessing to all who attended. Among the members were those who have a special call to some mission field and those who have an interest in furthering the cause of missions around the world. Under the capable sponsorship of Professor C. H. Wiman, the organization has finished another progressive year. We will never forget his heart-stirring chapel messages, during our mis颅 sionary emphasis week, about his experiences as a missionary in Peru. The special project of the year and the tours to various churches on the Zone were all part of the contribution of this year's Missionary Bane!.

Officers MARJORIE HARROD President PAUL AMBRO ------ ------ ---- --- - --Vice-President FREDA RHODES ------------------------Treasurer ( not pictured ) PROFESSOR WIMAN ----------------- ---路路Sponsor GRACE WATANABE Secretary _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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ROW l . vValdron, Clark, Pulliam, Hodgson, Martin, Raiser. RO \V 2. Myers, Wood, Pitts, Williams, Murray, Harrod, Rhodes. ROW 3. Himes, Ambro, Prof. \Viman, Skinner, Pitts, Knight, Conrad.

Prayer and Fasting Prayer and Fasting is a time of spiritual feasting for those students who spend the hour from twelv.e to one o'clock in the College Church every Friday noon. It is a time of quiet rever足 ence; God is honored in every service. Prayer requests and ringing testimonies add inspiration and encouragement. Christ's name is exalted, praised and worshipped by each member, and souls find needed strength and comfort. Many different speakers have been presented this year to make up a varied program. At the close of each semester of Prayer and Fasting a communion service was held in which each student can participate. Officers BILL SULLIVAN President LEE STEELE -- ----- --------- -------Vice-President JOHN ROSFELD Organist PROFESSOR HARVEY FINLEY Sponsor __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ ___ ___ _ ______

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ROW l . Prof. Finley, Sloan, Crenshaw, Rhodes, Kohnk, Holcomb, Davis, Eagon. RO\V 2. McCaslin, White, Unruh, Taylor, McLain, Phillips, Penner, Mackey, Coe, Battin, Conrad. ROW 3 . Hodgson, Wilson, Cherry, Davis, Millican, Cope, Hodgson, Ayres, McArthur, House, White, \Vooten, Tyler, ROW 4. Tuttle, Eliot, Posey, Hagin, Bugh, Little, Edmonds, Vaughn, Moore, Burkhart, Himes, Dick, Burch, Leffel, Prentice.

Gloria Bnrkinshaw and Betty Ketchum ride herd in the "Toddler Room" of the College Church.

Bob Ulrich keeps a weather eye on his class of junior boys.

Shouting and tears follow victories accomplished at the altar in the Martin revival .

Th e Coiie ge n epartl seellJ s lJ en t to be SUn cla a h ug y sch e suc oo] cess, M. , li a t lea Party aro]cl st for [(. , a Caro] n c1 L yn eon W.

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Physical Training . . .

"

A sound mind in a sound body, it the former be the glory of the latter, the latter is indispensable to the former . . .

"

-Edwards

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DON WILSON, Coach

Sports at B-P C The shrill whistle in the gym, the crack of the bat as wood meets horsehide on the softball diamond, the barking of signals on the football field; these are familiar sounds to the ears of B-PC students as campus athletics progress. Yes, these are essential parts of college life. One of the best methods for the development of Christian character is found in athletic participation. For it is here that one encounters crisis experiences and problems that will teach him good lessons for the game of life. Here at B-PC, the athletic department, under the supervision of Don Wilson, has endeavored to provide a well-balanced intramural athletic program that would include everyone. I nterest is high and competition is keen as the class teams battle for supremacy in football, basketball, and softball.

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DWIGHT BUGH, Men's Athletic Director.

Men's Sports The boys' class sports are the most exciting sports events on the B-PC Campus. The football season found all the teams close right down to the wire. In the final game of the season, the seniors had only to defeat the sophomores to win the crown. In this game however, the sophomores spoiled the seniors' chances by downing them 1 2-6. Thus, the sophomores, juniors, and seniors shared the crown with identical records of four wins and two losses. The lowly frosh had to be content with last place. On the basketball scene, the Juniors won their second consecutive seasonal crown in losing only one game all season-a high scoring loss to the frosh, 88-7 5 . The freshmen started poorly, but gained during the late stages of the seaso)1 to gain second place. The seniors were content with a third place, and the lowly sophomores suffered a winless season . As the yearbook goes to press the seniors are leading the pack in the softball season . does happen in the boys' class sports here at B-PC.

However, anything could happen and anything

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FRED TURNER

KEN DICK

GENE JUSTICE

ELDEN RAWLINGS

Seniors

Juniors

Sophomores

Freshmen

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D.

Scudday

J. Stroman

F. Hagin

J. Yoesel

JUNIORS

) . Mowry

C. Beals Jun iors : Won 4 Lost

2

Three way tie for

Fo o t ball

first place.

Seniors : Won 4 Lost

2

Th ree way tie for

L. Steele

M. Wadley

R. Green

P.

R. Alderson

SEN I O R S

Johnson

B. Leffel

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first place.

W. Little

D.

Newton

F R ESH MEN

E.

D.

R. McKinnis

Justice

A.

J. Gardner

Lost

Kennedy

Foo t ball

Freshmen : Won

Skinner

Sophomores : \Von 4

0 6

Lost

2

Three Way tie for first place M. Stewart

G. Justice

D.

SOPHOMO RES

L. Hull

D.

J. !mel

Fletcher

Bugh

211

Basketball Won

Lost

Juniors

5

1

Freshmen

4

2

Seniors

3

3

Sophomores

0

6

CHAMPIONS, JUNIORS, ( L. to R . ) Hagin, Scudday, Kastner, Yoesel, Burch, Dick, Cooper, Mowry.

Left Center: SENIORS, Front Row : Steele, Little, Gunn, Turner. Row 2: Jones, P. Johnson, Self, Ray, G . Johnson. Lower Left: SOPHOMORES, Front Row : Bryan, Noffsinger, Moore, Bugh. Row 2 : Snowbarger, Justice, Jarrell, Stewart. Lower Righ t : FRESHMEN, Front Row : Noel, J. Gardner, A. Gardner, Wyss. Row 2 : Farmer, Kennedy, Bloomer, Bond.

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Jerry ruins Bob's bid for the basket.

The Freshmen hoist AI Kennedy to their shoulders after he has led his team to victory.

Gardner shows off his dribbling ability.

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Leon makes a hit for the Freshmen .

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FRESH!'v1A D. Baldwin J. Lepper L. Wyss D. Malcom T. Boy9 B. Harris D. Matney

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TEAM E. B. A. E. D. D.

SOPHOMORE TEAM B. Vaughn F. Williams M. Moore D. Bugh B. Powers G. Justice J. Rogers M . Snowbarger C. Stuart

Rawlings Bumpus Noel Farmer Bloomer Gardner

Sophomore team

Freshman team

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It's an out!

Cooper m a kes J路t saf e back to secon d.

J UNIOR TEAM

SENIOR TEAM

J. Hair R. Cooper P. Orndoff K. Dick J. Stroman F. Hagin J. Yoesel

J. Blankenship B. Little B. Leffel J. Anderson L. Steele I-1. Himes F. Turner P. Johnson G. Johnson

Senior team

Junior team

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ELOISE WAITS, \Vomen's All School Athletic Director

Women's Sports m

Under the leadership o f Eloise Waits, Girls' Athletic Director, the sports program this year has been a success. Promotion o f interest athletics, development of sportsmanship, and promotion of Christian leadership have been the objectives of the sports program this year. In the fall archery takes the spotlight as the classes battle for "bullseye" supremacy.

Basketball opens its season with the Jamboree and climaxes with the Reveille Echo Tournament. Following that comes volleyball, tennis, and track. Letters are awarded to athletes showing outstanding ability, to encourage good sportsmanship and performance. Those receiving letters are eligible for membership in the Girls' 'B' Club.

CLASS ATHLETIC DIRECTORS B. MIYANISHI Senior

216

T. CLIFTON Junior

C. CROUCH Sophomore

B. HONEA Freshmen

Archery

BARBARA MIYANISI II First Place

IRENE SULLIVAN Second Place

"TEX" CLIFTON Third Place

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Basketball Class Standing Won

Lost

6

0

Juniors Freshmen Seniors Sophomores

3

3

2

4

0

6

High Scores Games Played CHAMPIONS-JUNIORS, Front Row: Clifton, Landtroop, McArthur, Cope.

Raiser, Smith, Waits.

Back Row :

Eloise Waits Barbara Miyanishi Betty Honea Ruby Taylor Alvina Harrison

Points

Average

5

1 02

20.4

5

73

14.6

5

63

1 0. 5

4

38

9.5

4

38

9.5

Left Center: SENIORS, Front Row : Miyanishi, Ketchum, Rhodes. Back Row : G . Stowe, Meador, J. Stowe, Murray.

Lower Left : SOPHOMORES, Front Row : Taylor, Harrison, Moore. Back Row : Crouch, Unruh, Teague.

Lower Right: FRESHMEN, Front Row: Aldrich, Cline, Kot足 witz, Williams. Back Row: Wood, Stevens, "\Valton, Honea, Turner.

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Will eta

Maddox tries â&#x20AC;˘ to el u de El ois e \Vaits, gu ard .

The Se nio rs

try despe rately to get ba ll in t he clear.

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Alvina sin ks one fo r th e So ph om ores.

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Paul puts the shot for Oklahoma. Moore and Gardner fight for the rebound.

Doycc, arc you and Cleva swatting flies?

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Parker wins first fm

Carl is vital to the juniors with his passing.

Burch flies high for the Off Zoners.

:lahoma in the

880

yard run .

Did you miSS it, Jerry?

Basketball or football?

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LETTER�IEN: ( Front Row, L . to R.) B. Little, J. I lair, D. Bugh, A. Kastner, J . Yocsel, A . Kennedv. P . Johnson, L. Steele, J. Noffsinger, F . Turner, C. Long. Not pictured : J. l\ fowrv, F. Hagin, B . Leffel.

Ro"· 2 :

Bill R;1y,

One of the highest honors that can accrue to the participant in athletics at B-PC is to be chosen as recipient of an indi\·idual letter award. This is an honor that comes only by virtue of outstanding ability, skill, cooperation, teamwork, and sportsmanship in athletics. Letters arc not awarded in individual sports. This year the Bovs' 'B' Club selected, subject to the approval of the Athletic Committee, fifteen boys for this award. Those chosen were A. Kennedv, Noffsinger, Bugh, MO\ny, I lagin, Bill Rav, John­ son, Steele, Leffel, Turner, Long, Little, Kastner, Yocsel, and Hair.

" Tin z an "

. to the air M owry tak es

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L ittle h olds t/Ja t fo r t lin e he S . en 1 0rs .

LETTER\\'Ol\1 E N : ( Front Ro"路路 L. to R . ) J . McArthur, R. Stephens, R. Taylor, A . Harrison. Row 2 : E . \Vaits, S. Raiser, B . l lonea, "T" Clifton, B . l\1ivanishi. Not pictured : D . Landtroop, B . Ketchum, C . Crouch .

Lctterwomen are selected in the same manner as the lettermen . Because of the difficulty of securing the 'B' award recipients prize it more highlv than almost any sports award . Though a great nnmber of persons were outstanding this year thirteen excep颅 tional sportswomen were finally selected to receive the award : Harrison, Stephens, Crouch, Clifton, Honea, McArthur, Tavlor, Ketch um, Landtroop, R<Jiscr, and \Vaits.

Freda proves to Eloise that she shouldn't sleep while handling the ball . 22 3

The Sophomores surround Farmer as he sacks up two points for the Freshmen.

In

spring a

Yo u ng

In a n 's base b a lJ.

Lee p ass es as B ll dd路l路 biOck s.

Do_vcc

an d for a n o th e r

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ALL-SCHOOL CHEER LEADERS R. Kreie, C. Sumpter, N. Meador, D. Whitsett

A ll-School Sports The sports program also includes such all-school events as Jamboree, Echo Tournament, Volleyball Tournament, and Track Day. These are all outstanding sports events of the year because of the great student interest and enthusiasm . Jamboree starts the basketball season officially with the all-school team playing the Alumni. The season is closed with the Reveille Echo Tournament, which determines the class winners for the entire season. The Freshmen boys took the tournament when they defeated the Junior boys in the last five minutes of the finals. The Junior girls won an overwhelming victory throughout the tournament. The clubs on the campus formed teams for the Volleyball Tournament. The Biology Club came out first in both boys' and girls' compe足 tition. For Track Day the teams came from the state clubs. The mighty Texas Longhorns took first place with Zone Hornets came in second with 3 7 % points.

Jamboree

Track Day

4 1 1h

points, and the Off足

Echo Tournament

225

Jam boree Tipping off the

1 9 5 2- 5 3

basketball season, the B-PC Redskins

and the Alumni met in the annual basketball Jamboree. This year the old grads were little competition for the smooth working Redskins who outclassed them all during the game and won 5 2-4 1 . From the very 'first basket the outcome o f the game was not in doubt. The Alumni fought hard to keep even with the REDSKINS, \\路inncrs over the Alumni. Front Row : ( L . to R . ) J\<Iowrv, Kennedy, Bugh, Farmer. Row 2 : ! Iagin, Kastner, Alderson, Johnson, Yoesel, Burch.

Redskins but were not able to do i t . The B-PC Squaws were also victorious a s they defeated the Alumni in a low scoring contest,

1 6-9.

The highlight of the evening was the beautiful coronation in which Jetta Mae Mcinnis was chosen as the queen of the Jamboree.

Left : ALU M N I . Front : Post, Stangl:land, Baker, Draper, Riggs. Rhodes, McArthur, Oliver, 'Voolpert, Grout. Lower Left : Woolpert and Riggs tie up I lagin, Redskin position. Lower Righ t : Riggs blocks out a score for the Redskins .

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Row 2 :

The Alumni try to work the ball.

THE SQUAWS, winners of the women's com足 petition. Front Row: ( L to R ) Harrison, Raiser, Ketchum, Miyanishi, Waits, Stephens. Row 2 : Honea, Clifton, Landtroop, McArthur, Parker, Crouch.

Jammed-up Jamboree

227

Bryan and Stangeland vie for the tie

Paul get's set to pass

Victor and vanquished. shake hands before the queen

Dick drives past Gordon

228

m

Her Highness ]etta Mae Mcinnis "Jamboree Queen"

229

JUNIOR TEAl\ ! , tournament \\·inncrs. Front Ro,,· : Row 2 : Clifton, Landtroop, McArthur, Cope.

( L. to R. )

R;1iscr, Smith, \\'aits.

Echo Tournament A successful basketball season was fittingly climaxed when the annual Reveille Echo tournament was held at the end of this years basket­ ball season. The four class teams were at their best as they battled for the tournament crown. In the championship game an up and coming team of freshmen clowned a slightly favored junior team, who were gunning for their second tomnamcnt crown, by the score of 59-46. The game was tight almost all the way. \Vith fi, e minutes remaining the frosh led 48-46, then they began pulling away from the frustrated juniors as they stalled the ball beautifully and won going away. Harrison and 1\ lcr\rthm ,·ic for possession of the ball .

30

A Sophomore scores ,,·ith the assistance o f a tired teammate, R. Tador.

FRESHMAN TEAM, tournament winners. Front Row : ( L . to R. ) A. Gardner, Wyss. Row 2 : Farmer, Kennedy, Bloomer, Bond .

Noel J . Gardner,

In the consolation finals, the seasonal last-place team, the sophomores took the measure of the favored seniors, 77-70. Preliminary games on Fridav night found the juniors tapping the seniors 6 3-6 1 and the freshmen won handing o,路cr the sophomores 8 1 -6 3 . I n the girls' tournament, the junior girls emerged the champions, and in the bovs' Saturday night League final the Business Club was victorious. In each tournament the most valuable hov and girl in the tournament were chosen bv the various teams. The ones selected this year were Barbara Miyanishi, a senior, and Allvn Kenncck a freshman. At the halftime of the final game, Charlotte 1\ leLa in was crowned the tournament queen bv the freshman star, Allyn Kcnnedv, "路ho was the Tournament King. Bloomer vainly tries to block a lay-up shot by Hagin.

A. Gardner chalks up two more points for the Freshmen .

Queen Charlotte presents the outstanding woman player's trophy to Barbara Miyanishi, a Senior.

Al Kennedy, a Freshman, receives the out足 standing player's award .

King and Queen of the Echo Tournament, Al Kennedy and Charlotte McLain.

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Her Highness Charlo tte l\1cLain "Echo Tournament Queen"

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TRACK CHAMPIONS, Texas Longhorns . J. Mortensen, J. Justice.

Fron t :

L.

Clegg, J . Hair, D.

Broad jump-Boyd-20'3" Mile run-Parker- 5 : 08

Justice, T. Boyd.

Back :

D.

Jarrell, G. Golden,

1 20 yd. high h urdles-Clegg-1 8. 7 Shot put-Mowry-4 3 ' 9 Vz "

220 yd . dash-Tyler-24.0 Pole vault-Long-1 0'6" 440 yd. relay-Off Zone ( Noffsinger, Burch, Kelly, Tyler ) 880 yd. relay-Texas ( Hair; Clegg, Justice, Boyd ) -1 : 4 1

220 yd. low hurdles-Clegg-tong ( tie ) -29.2 440 yd. dash-Tyler- 5 5 .8 50 yd . dash-Burch-6 . 5 Discus-Mowry- 1 0 2' 1 1 " 1 00 yd. dash-Dick-1 1 .6 880 yd. run-Parker-2 : 1 5 .9 High jump-Gunn- 5 '6 %, "

* Basketball throw-Clifton-99' 2 " * Softball throw-Clifton-1 86'3" '' 220 yd . relay-N. W . Oklahoma-34. 5 ''' 50 yd . dash-Clifton-7.6 * 1 00 yd . dash-Clifton-1 4 . 7 * 7 5 yd . dash-Stephens-1 1 .6 *-Girls.

Hair, G . Justice, Clegg, Boyd, poise after setting a new 880 yard relay record.

Boyd leaps high and far to win the broad jump for the Texas Longhorns.

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Gunn clears 5 feet 7 inches for the Oklahoma Chiefs.

Tyler breaks the tape to win the 440 yard relay for the Off Zone Hornets.

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Clifton wins the 1 00 yard dash for the Texas Longhorns.

Alvina Harrison represents the Ttojans in the softball throw.

Clegg strides the timber trail to win first for Texas.

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Volleyball THE B IOLOGY CLUB-Winners of the men's volleyball championship. Front Row ( L. to R . ) : Kelly, Bugh, Cooper. Row 2 : Britt, Noffsinger, Bob Ray, Bill Ray, Prof. Lawrence, Baggett.

Above: THE BIOLOGY CLUB WOMEN'S TEAM - winners of the women's volleyball championship. Front Row ( L. to R . ) : Harrison, Miyanishi, Taylor. Row 2 : Stephens, R. Unruh, Crouch, Landtroop.

Right: C. Stuart of the Ministerial Association 'sets it up' for his team mates to score against the Business Club.

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Our Advertisers . . . Churches

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Advertising Index

CHURCH ADS

Abernathy, Texas

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244

Abilene District -------------- ------- - 2 5 5 Ada, Oklahoma

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Bartlesville, Oklahoma

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Bethany-Peniel College Bethany Eastside Bethany First

263

Carthage, Missouri

Kansas District

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24 7

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Lincoln, Nebraska

2 52

Dr. Paul Macrory --------- ---------- 2 7 5

2 57 244

283

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2 53

North Arkansas District

258

J. & M . Cleaners

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247

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248-249

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2 59

Ponca City, Oklahoma

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239

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2 39

241 24 3 261 260

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242

Religious Organization San Antonio District

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266 251

South Arkansas District

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267

Southeast Oklahoma District -------- ďż˝- 2 5 1

Topeka, Kansas ---------------------24 3

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261 265 240

Kraker's

272

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281

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284

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�1unn Radio

Wichita Falls, Texas

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Wichita, Kansas, Westside Yukon, Oklahoma

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239 244 266

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Nazarene Publishing House Oklahoma Natural Gas Owen's Furniture

276 2 76

Paul Hoag

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275 277 2 84

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274

Peck Grocery - - ---- ----------------- 276 Posey Auto Supply Powell Rexall Drug Student Council

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Southwestern Stat. & Bank Supply T. G . & Y.

Holdenville, Oklahoma ---------------2 5 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Jack Frost

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Mayhew's Cafe ---------------- ----- 270 Pine Bluff, Arkansas, First

Texarkana, Texas -------------- ----- 262

2 38

First National Bank, Bethany

Herman's Eat Shoppe

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270

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264

Guthrie, Oklahoma ----------------- 2 50

Houston First Church

276

Nebraska District

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Hot Springs, Arkansas, First

Dragon Inn

___________________

250

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Sapulpa, Oklahoma -----------------2 39

Hooker, Oklahoma

Dr. Ralph Shadid

Green's Studio ---------------------282

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Henryetta, Oklahoma

280

247

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Guymon, Oklahoma

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College Shoe Shop ------------------ 279

Lubbock, Texas, First

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Great Bend, Kansas

275

242

Dallas District ---------- ---------- -- 246

Edmond, Oklahoma

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College Cleaners

272

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First National Bank, Yukon

Oklahoma City First

_:_

Buford Ingram

271

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Brown-McClure Lumber

Little Rock, Arkansas, First -- ------ --- 241

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Bethany Flower Shop

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Dalhart, Texas ---------- ---- ------- 26 5

Durant, Oklahoma

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Northwest Oklahoma District

Dodge City, Kansas

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Corpus Christi, Texas -------- ------- 240

Denison, Texas

245

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263

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Coffeyville, Kansas, First

Kansas City District

Kansas City St. Paul's

268

260

Kansas City Central ----------------- 242

2 56

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Central Church, Dallas

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Kansas City First -- -

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Bethany William's Memorial

Independence, Kansas

2 52

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The Fast G row i n g C h u rch a n d S u n day School of O k l a ho m a

THE CHURCH of the NAZARENE

C9o mp liments of the FIRST CHURCH OF THE

NAZARENE 7 1 8 S . Fourth PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA

• A Frie n d l y Church With a Sane Scriptural Message About a S u pernatural Saviour to a S i n-Sick World REV. GLEN W. ABLA, Pastor Graduate of Northwest Nazarene Col lege,

L.

WAYNE SEAHS

pastor •

Residence Phone 1 858 Park at Li ncol n, S a p u l pa , Oklahoma Office Phone 300

COMPLIME NTS O F

FIRST CHURCH of the

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 5th and Burnett W I C H ITA FALLS, TEXAS

NAZARENE 8TH & STATE STR E ET P I N E BLU FF, ARK.

AGNES wHITE DIFFEE pastor • WE A R E BOOST ERS

of Bethany-Peniel College

and the ARROVV BUFORD BU RGNER, Pastor

2 39

"THE F R I E N DLY CHU RCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"

PAU L D. MANGUM, Pastor

ALAMEDA AT BOOTY

FIRST CHURCH of th e NAZARENE CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS I N

T H E

H E A R T

O F

A M E R I C A'S

MOST

B E AU T I F U L

C I TY

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE HOUSTON, TEXAS L. P. JAC K D U RHAM, Pastor

LOCATION - 46 WAUGH DRIVE

VISIT U S WHEN YOU ARE IN HOUSTON

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FI RST CHURCH of the NAZARENE LITTLE ROC K, ARKANSAS Maryland a n d Battery

C H U C K W I LSON, Minister of Music

ME LZA BROWN, Pastor

Broadcasti ng over KARK Dai ly at 1 1 a . m .

920 Ki lo.

Sunday 8 a n d 1 1 a . m.

1 :30 a n d 1 0:30 p.m.

CHURCH of the NAZARENE DODGE CITY, KANS.

D. D. LEWIS, Pastor MR. H E NRY BURGEN, S. S. Superintendent MISS BERNICE ANDERS, Secretary MR. WM. KORNELSEN, Treasurer MRS. CHARLES HAGER, N . F .M.S. President HAROLD LEWIS, N.Y.P.S. President

D. D. lEWIS, Pastor

241

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S TO CLASS OF "53"

FIRST CHURCH o f th e NAZARENE 7 1 8 W. Trudgeon, H e n ryetta, Oklahoma

The C h u rch With A •

Reverence for the past! •

Program for the Present! •

Vision for the Future!

W. H. D E I TZ, M i n ister

a personal word . . .

Our Church Is Spiritual, Evangelistic, and Progressive

Backing B-P C and Her 3C's CHARACTER

ROSS W. HAYSL I P

CULTURE

Min ister

CHRIST

We believe that Bethany-Peniel College has these same characteristics

with our . . .

STUDENTS

PRAYERS

FINANCE

DOROTHY MOR R I S

BEVERLY SUTILE

JOE McDA N I EL

ELI ZABETH SMITH

M I S S GEORGIA MAE FRYE

That is why we give our unqualified support in Students, Money, and Prayers

N.Y.P.S. President

c�����L

OF THE

NAZARENE

ALLEN B. M I LLER, Pastor-A Graduate of B-P C TENTH

242

&

PACIF IC,

KANSAS

CITY,

KANSAS

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Chestnut at Grant Sts. CARTHAGE, MO.

A . D. SMITH S.S. Supt.

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 1 Oth & Bucha nan Streets TOPEKA, KANSAS

"A

C h u r c h

o f

' l n s p i r a t i o n"

Of Bethany-Peniel Col lege It Can Be said:"Far from you sounded out the Word of the Lord, a lso i n every p l ace your fa ith to Godword is spread abroad."

(I Thess. 1 : 8 ) . FORREST W . NASH, Pastor

In Appreciation for the Contribution of Betha ny-Pen ie l Col lege to O u r C hurch

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZA RENE Durant, Okla homa

CONGRATU LATES TH E CLASS OF '5 3 AND TH E A RROW STA F F HAROLD C. HARCOU RT, Pastor

243

"And the hours shall be filled with m usic, With song and praise and prayer, And the burdens of lite be lifted From all who enter there." *

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WE CON GRATU LATE BETHANY- PE N I E L COLLEGE FOR H E R MARVELOUS S P I R I T A N D SCHOLASTIC ACH I EVEMENTS

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 33rd a n d "C" Streets · L I NCOLN, N EBRASKA

Clarence W. Perry, Min ister

COMPLIME NTS O F

WEST SIDE UHURUB of the NJZJRENE U n iversity and Wa l n ut

C H URC H

of the

NAZARENE

Abernathy, Texas

We Be lieve i n Our School HAROLD E. J O N ES, Pastor •

When in Wichita, Worship With Us. C HAS. C. MONTA N DO N , Pastor

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WIC H ITA, KANSAS

WE ARE BOOSTERS

II •

::> ::> U U R I .

THE D ISTRICT S ITUATED I N THE H EART OF AME RICA AND I N THE H EART O F THE C H URCH O F THE NAZARE N E

J a rrette Aycock, D.O., District Superintendent

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L

L

Rev. Paul H . Garrett District Superintendent

C o n g ratu lates C l a s s

of

The

'5 3

Paul H . Garrett, District Superintendent H. F. Crews, District Church School Chairman Corbie N. Grimes, District N.Y.P.S. President Mrs. Paul H . Garrett, District N.F.M.S. President

Some of the B-PC Students from the Dallas District

246

L U BBOCK

F I RST C H U RC �-i of the NAZA R E N E 1 4 STREET & AVE. Q.

Congratula tions to B - P. C. FOR H E R ­ SPI RITUAL ATMOSPHERE EXCE LLENT FAC U LTY WON DERFUL STUDENT BODY GREAT FUTURE

CARL STE PHE NSON-S.S. Supt. TOLLI E STEPH ENS-N.Y.P.S. President MRS. MARRY KNOX-N . F .M.S. President

R. B. KE LLY, Pastor

WE MA KE YOU F E E L WELCOME

\V I LL IAM S M E M O R I A L NAZ A REN E C H U RC H

Mrs. McConnel l's Sundoy School Class Rev. a n d Mrs. H . F . Crews

F RA N K McCON N E LL, Pastor

Com p l i ments of the

CHURCH of the NAZA RENE 825 No. Beaver

Bethany, Okla.

23 1 West Texas St. DEN ISON, TEXAS

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L. S. OLIVER District N.Y.P.S. President Youth Camp-June 1 5-19

Left to Right-James Garner, Fred Floyd,

Camp Fellowship, Kansas

All are members of th� District Advisor Secretary. The absent member of the A< -This group provides excellent counsel an

Left-Mrs. Elm�r Stahly, District N.F.M.S. President and Mrs. L. S. Oliver, Recording Secretary, busily engaged in directing

muc] yet to be

the district efforts.

NORTHWEST OKL 248

NOT TO M INISTER

U

J. T. GASSETT District Superintendent �tt, Wayne Sears, E. S. Phillips. cept Dr. Floyd, who serves as District d is W. J. Bryan of Guymon, Oklahoma. as the District goes ahead-

nd

;sessed ,

)Shua

1 3 : 1

Left to Right-Wayne Sears, Chairman of the District Church School Board, and Frank McConnell, Bennett Dudney, and District Superintendent Gassett look over pictures of year's camp and make plans for the 1 9 5 3 boys' and girls' camps . Absent members of the Church School Board are Ellis Teasdale, A. LeRoy Taylor, and James Hester.

HOMA DISTRICT BUT TO M IN ISTER

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"Sincere Thanks To Our 1953 ARR OW Advertis ers!"

The S ta ff

Cong ratu lations To The Class of 1 95 3 From Your REV. E . l. LOOMAN 1 2 1 2 W. logan

F r i ends a nd Pastor

Ce n t r a l Church

of the CHURCH of the NAZARENE Second and Noble GUTH RIE, OKLAHOMA

T H E

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F R I E N D L Y

C H U R C H

N az a re n e Victor a n d Haskell DALLAS, TEXAS

C LYDE E. AMMONS, Pastor

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S C l a s s

o f

' 5 3

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT PonJer

or.

(jillilanJ, JJLstrict SuperinlenJent

Southeast Oklahoma District APPRECI ATES B-PC BECAUSE - Ou r You ng People Can Attend a Chr�stia n Col lege. - Of the Fine Ad m i n istration, Facu lty, and Student Body. - Of the Grad uates Serving In Our D istrict.

GLEN JONES

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

MRS. EARL JOHNSON JOHN ELLIS

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

THOMAS F . GI LHAM

D istrict Superi ntendent

District N . F .M.S. President

District C h u rch School Board Cha irman

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

District N .Y . P . S . President

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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE BARTLESVI LLE, OKLAHOMA

MORRIS CHALSANT

Adrian Osborne

Pastor

N.Y.P.S. President

A. L. Brandon

Mrs. J. E . Schneider

S. S. Superintendent

W.F.M.S. President

Congratulations and Wishes to The Class of 1 9 5 3

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH of the NAZARENE 2908 I n d iana

KANSAS C ITY, M I SSOU R I Robert L. Sawyer

Jack H . Lee

Minister of Music

Pastor

" T h e

S i n g i n g

C h u r c h

W i t h

a

F r i e n d l y

W e -l c o m e "

Congratulations to Bethany-Peniel and the

ARRO\V STAFF Students Leon Wyss

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Dick Newton

Hol denv i l l e CHUR CH of the N A Z A R E N E

Rev. F. L. Nance, Pastor

"Supporting the

"The Church Where One Is Never a Stranger"

Entire Program

Our Students : Jack Nance, Maxine Willison, Joyce Gordon

of the Church "

COF F EYV I LLE, KANSAS

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE "Forward With Christ in Perfect Love"

B ETHANY STUDENTS FROM COFFEYVILLE FIRST : Howard Conrad Greta Conrad Homer Rogers John Rogers Martha Rogers Leona Steele Ferree Esther Steele Overholt Herbert Steele Lee Steele Evangeline Steele

Kenneth Bateman Ivan Kounter Bonnie Coppock J. T. Drye Ulus Rushing Jim Sykes Velva May Tiry Ronald Tiry Dan Jennings Dixie Jean Stanley Barnard

REv. J. J. STEELE, Pastor

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COM P L I MENTS OF

F IRST CHU RCH

of the

N A ZARENE

H a rrison at Forty- Fi rst KANSAS CITY, M ISSOU R I

SUPPO&TING OUR COLLEGE YEAR BY YEAR

DR. A. MILTON SMITH Pastor

MUSIC D I R ECTOR ORGAN IST

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SUNDAY SCHOOL S U PT. PRESID ENT N . F.M.S. P R ES I D ENT N.Y.P.S. YOUTH D I R ECTOR

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RAY MOORE

MILDRED EDWARDS

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V E RNON LUNN

MRS. A . MILTON SMITH

___________

EARL BLYSTONE

________________

BILL P R I NC E

With Heartiest Congratulations And Best Wishes To Bethany-Peniel College

THE AB I LENE DI STRICT, C H U RCH O F THE NAZARENE ORVILLE W. JENKINS, Superintendent MRS. ORV I LLE W. JENKINS, President, Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society REV. L. A. OGDEN, Chairman, District Church Schools Board REV. \VILLIAM DOROUGH, President, Nazarene Young People's Society

255

B e s t Wi s h e s T o T h e C l a s s O f ' 5 3 - - SU PPORT I NG - Bethany-Peniel College- 1 9 5 2-' 5 3 $ 5 500

Seminary

General Budget

District

$ 3 000

$ 1 4, 5 00

$ 1 0,000

"The Entire Program of the Entire Church"

BENNETT DUDNEY Minister of Christian Education I

THE COLLEGE CHURCH "The Students Church Home While in College"

Harry Craddock, Sunday School Superintendent Glen McArthur, Nazarene Young Peoples' Society President Mrs. E. S. Phillips, Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society President Bob Ulrich, Church Visitor Bob Green, Youth Director Shirley Newman, Secretary Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Fisher, Maintenance MUSIC Lester Dunn-Minister of Music Ruth Taylor-Organist Margaret Dunn-Pianist

. . . Working Together With

a

Single Purpose .

Chri st For A ll 2 56

REV. EVERETT S. PHILLIPS College Pastor

.

THE SUNFLOWER D I STR I CT SUPPORTS BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

WITH STUDENTS - WITH FINANCE - WITH PRAYER

RAY HANCE, District Superintendent MILTON HU XMAN, District N.Y.P.S. President C. E. RO\<VLAND, District Church School Chairman MRS. RAY HANCE, District N.F.M.S. President

2 57

NORTH ARKANSA S DISTRICT

REV. W . H . JOHNSON District Superintendent

REV. BOY C. HANCOCK District S. S. Chairman

EVERY DEPARTMENT B OOST I NG BE T HANY -PEN I EL COLLEGE I N I TS PROGRAM OF CHR I ST I AN EDUCAT I ON I N A HOL I NESS ATMOSPHERE

DI STRICT ADVISORY BOARD

MRS. NONA HENDRICKSON District N.F.M.S. President

Rev. J. W. Hendrickson Rev. Paul Watson Mr. Elbert Tyler Mr. Wesley Hamric

2 58

REV. JOE GLYN CORDELL District N.Y.P.S. President

Sp r e ad i ng Scriptural Holiness Through .

ENLI STMENT

EVANGELISM

EDUCATION

1 0 1 .11. w. •• ll Oklahoma City

REv. R. T. WILLIAMS,

MINISTERS :

JR.

REV. KENNETH S. RICE

REv. H ARPER L. CoLE 2 59

Complim e n ts

o f

C H U RCH OF THE

OUR STUDENTS Glen Van Dyne, Belva Flauding, Joe lyons

INDEPENDENCE, KANSAS - Supporting the Whole

PAUl M. SODOWSKY, Pastor Th.B. "39", A . B.

"40"

Program of the Church -

B-PC

MEET US AT THE

We Are Boosters for

BETHANY-PENI E L COLLEGE

CHU R C H of the NA ZARENE 1 2th and Stone GREAT BEND, KANSAS

CLAUDE

260

G.

WHITE,

Pastor

Our Students : LaVerna Dayhoff, Judy White, Marvin Riggs

f9ongra tu lations to the

@lasso{ '53 from the

CHURCH o f the NAZARENE Broadway & l m o

Hooker, Oklahoma

FRANK J. KEMENDO, Pastor

DENVER GRO U N DS

BOB YA RBROUGH

MRS. ONA NAG E L

S. S. Supt.

N .Y . P.S. Pres.

N . F .M.S. Pres.

CHURCH of the NJZJRENE Boulevard at Main

Edmond, Oklahoma

"The CHURCH With a Welcome"

Cong ra tula tions To T h e S EN I O R CLASS And To The

A R R OW S TA F F J erald R.

Locke, Pastor 261

Compliments

and

Best

Wishes

From

TEXARKAN A FI R ST UDURUD

FLETCHER SPRUCE, Pastor

Students From First Church in B-PC : Buddy Farr Pat Shields Bill Goodson Barbara Goodson Barbara Murray Alan Kennedy James Rhoden

Texarkana First Church and New Parsonage

"Best Wishes to B-PC and

Class of

' 5 3"

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Guymon, Oklahoma

8th and Roosevelt

Guymon Students at B-PC

262

EASTSIDE

CHURCH o f th e NAZARENE Six Blocks East of the College Campus

BETHANY, OKLAHOMA

<<A Home-Like Church for B-PC Students There's Always a Welcome At Eastside." Rev. Darrel L. Slack

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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Ada , Oklahoma

REV. R. S. BALL, Pastor J IMMI E HALEY, S.S. S upt.

DOROTHY BURNS, M . F .M.S. Pres. F RANK CAR RIGE R, N .Y.P.S. Pres.

" W E

A R E

A L L

O U T

F O R

B - P C " 263

Congratulations from the

NEBRASKA District We're For B-P C 100% NO W

.

.

.

.

and Tomorrow Too!

"Mai ling My App lication Ear ly"

RUSTY HARDING

WH ITCOMB HARDING

264

DISTRICT S U PERINTENDENT

C O M P L I M E N T S O F

HOT SPR I NGS, ARKANSAS F I RST CHURCH of

the

NAZAREN E

Members o f Hot Springs First Church visit our campus

REV. J. FRANK HAMM, Pastor

A college with a Holiness EmphasisThat's B-P . C .

If

you are planning

to attend college, Consider B-P.C. First.

Congratulations to Seniors of

1953

"We think B-PC is one of our greatest investments."

DALHART, TEXAS

Cecil Stowe, Pastor 265

R E LI G I O U S O RG A N IZAT IONS

BOB LEFFEL Student Director of Religious Activities Bethany-Peniel College

Ministerial Association

Prayer and Fasting

MAURICE MOORE, Pres.

BILL SULLIVAN, Pres.

YUKON REPRESENTATIVES In B-PC MRS. DEAN H ESS DEAN H ESS LOY FERRY JEROME MARTIN MRS. RAMON UNRUH PROF. RAMON UNRUH-Faculty

uSincere :Appreciation For The @allege" YUKON CHURCH BONNIE PERRY N.Y.P.S. Pres .

266

of the NAZARENE

FRANK HOOVER S. S. Supt.

OTTO C. PERRY Pastor

SOUTH ARKANSAS DISTRICT

Students and Pastors from the South Arkansas District visiting B-PC while on the Motorcade.

DISTRICT ADVISORY W. L. FRENCH, District Superintendent MRS. W. L. FRENCH, N.F.M.S. President

BOARD W. L. FRENCH MELZA BROWN

REV. J. FRANK HAMM, Church School Chairman MR. ISHMEL STIVERS, N.Y.P.S. President

MRS. AGNES WHITE DIFFEE C. H. PARKER I. L. STIVERS

267

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE * CHARACT E R * C U LTU R E * C H R I ST

DR. ROY CANTREll, President OUR COLLEGE I S T H E ANSWER TO YOU R PROBLEM ­ •

T H E PROBLEM OF TH E PARENT: WH E R E SHALL I SEND MY SON O R DAUGHTER TO COLLEGE?

THE PROBLEM OF YOUTH:

TH E P ROBLEM O F THE STEWARD:

W H E R E CAN I

RECEIVE A C H R ISTIAN EDUCATION?

WH E R E CAN I I NV EST MY MO N EY THAT I MAY RECEIVE ETERNAL D I V I D E N DS?

268

Commercial . . .

269

M AY H E W ' S C A F E

Many of the College students gather to meet their friends at Mayhew's Cafe

"In the Shadow of B-P C"

Compl iments 0

f

The ''DRAG"

Customers

"Where the Students Gather for a Coke and Fun"

270

FLOWERS AND BANQUETS JUST GO TOGETHER

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lorette are guests at the Sophomore Banquet.

THE FLOWER SHOP Mr. a n d Mrs. D. F. H i l l

207 N. E. Main

-

Mr. a n d Mrs. Nick Lorette

Phone WH 9-3422

271

Looking to a bright future "W E 'VE

a l ready

lea rned to save . " The n ewly wed足 d e d co u p l e t h a t can m a ke that state ment is well o n the way to

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

g

of YUKON

s u c c e s s f u l m a r足

Our 61 st Y ear of Banking

riage. Financial secu rity is everybody's goal and regular deposits in a savings account here will help you to provide that secu rity.

C o m p l i m e n t s

o f

T h e B R O W N - M c C L U R E L U M B E R C O M PA N Y "A Home-Town Concern" 309 East Ma in Street

*

Phones WH 9-607 1

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WH 9-608 1

BETHANY, OKLAHOMA

"Striving daily to build a bigger and better Bethany"

Roy Brown 272

Me lvin McC lure

Compliments

P O SEVS

AUT O S U P P y

of

AUTOMOTIVE 2 TRACTO R PAATS

RO B E RT POS EY AUTO SU PPLY WH OLESALE - R ETA I L

1 202 8th Street

We l li ngton , Texas

273

THE

Salutes Th e

1 953

ARROW

PA D

Our Friendly Office Staff Is Tra i ned to Give You Prompt a n d Efficient Service

It Costs Noth i n g to Ta l k About Your Life I nsura nce Prog ra m

We Are Equi pped to Help You Locate a n d Buy Your Home

Come i n - We Wa nt to Get Acq u a i nted With You

-Mrs. Junette Chenoweth

-Merlin C. Martin

-Mrs. Margaret Pershall

-Fred Vaughan, Jr.

- Paul Hoag 274

co mpliments

COMPLIME NTS

of

OF

Buford I ngram

W e s t e rn A u t o A s s o c i a t e 1 23 S . COLLEGE

H EADQUARTERS For . . . •

G.E. RCA

"See Our New Whiteline

APPLIANCES

Refrigerators, Homefreezers, and Wash ing Machines"

TELEVI SION

LEONARD K E N DALL, Owner PHONE WH 9-68 3 1

1 1 0 S. W. MAI N

B e th a n y

Bethany

COMPLIMENTS OF

AND

C9om p liments

TE LEVI S I O N

of Dr. Paul Macrory

M U N N RADIO

HEADQUARTERS FOR

M OTO ROLA • HOUSE RADIOS

Bethany

• CAR RADIOS • TELEVISION

1 06 S. W. 1 ST

B ETHANY

Phone WH 9-2698

275

Peck's Food Store

Compl iments of

Bethany, Okla.

U . S. Good and Choice Meats

JACK FROST

F resh - Produce

You r

H i g hest Qual ity i n

Z e sto Man

Ca n ned Goods

You Will Find

39th and McArthur

" B u s hels of B argains at Pec k ' s "

C9o mp liments of Dr. Ralph Shadid Bethany .

KRAKER'S

ladies & men's weaT

SPoRTSWEAR

for CoLLEGE

Joe and Jane

1 22 S . W. MA I N - PHONE WH 9-3440

B ETH ANY

276

R E l i G I OUS BOO KS e B I B l E S

SU N DAY- SC HOOl liTERAT U RE MUSIC

e

C H U RC H S U P Pl i ES

The

Beth any Book Sh oppe 277

"Wh e n Th i n k i ng of a Home 足 Th i n k of OWE NS'

B ETH A N Y 1 26 S .W. Ma i n

WH 9-2700 -,

For All Your Drug Needs

We Give S & H

Green Stamps

WEHRENBERG DRUG Betha ny Phone WH 9-6361

278

C9o m p limen ts of Yo ur Friendly T. G. & Y. STO RE B ETHANY

Headqu arters for College Students

Comp liments of

U P-TO- DATE CLEAN ERS " Co m e i n fo r T h e in

Dry Cleani ng and

Best Pressi ng"

PHONE WH 9-240 1

1 1 6 S. W. MAI N

Colle ge

Shoe

Shop

"Always A Booster For B-P C " e Weyenberg Shoes for "College Joe" e Feature Fashion for "College Miss"

279

P O WE L L R E X A L L D R U G

Fou nta i n

Service

Ii i 1 "We Are Here to Serve You"

DRUGS

-

SUNDRIES

PRESCRIPTIONS - Carefully Compounded -

1 26 S .W. Ma i n

Phone WH 9-656 1

COLLE GE CLEANERS

" M i g h t A s We l l H a v e T h e B e s t " Mr. a n d Mrs. N . A . Little

280

ASSOC IATED STUDENTS OF BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE 1 9 52

O F F I CE OF THE STU DENT COU N C I L

1953

Jirn Posey

President Burch looks over one of the award cups

Boyd

Mcctain

HERMAN'S EAT SHOPPE Prom pt, Friendly Service

SPEC IAL IZING I N ­ HOME COOKED FOODS

1 07 S. COLLEGE

BETHANY I OKLA.

281

G REE N ' S STUD I O 224 W. Main

Oklahoma Cih]

Cong ratu lations to The Ed itor and Staff "Person a l ly, I th i n k the 1 953 ARROW is tops." -Hal Owen, Photog ra pher.

" I have confidence i n this 1 953 A RROW. It

will be the best yet." -Bessie Fa rley, Photog ra pher.

I 282

for an Excel lent Publ ication

"It's been a p leasure to have had a part in this yea r's production of the ARROW." -Roy Hawkins, Dark Room Tech .

.

FIRST N AT I O N A L BA N K OF BETHANY

F I RST I N NAME - F I RST I N S ERV I C E

WE

SERVE

OUR

C O M M U N I TY

OUR

D E POS ITORS .

OUR

BORROWERS

MEMBE R OF F . D J.C.

283

Who Says There's Anything Cleaner Than an Automatic GAS Ran ge? Everybody knows that parts of an automatic Gas range lift out for quick and easy dish-pan sudsing­ keeps pots and pans shiny bright and kitchens cleaner, too. For finest cooking results on the Gas range

YOU buy, look for the "Cp" seal­ a n u nbiased· guide to cooking per­ fection.

O H LR H O ffi R n RTU R R l � CrnlljXiMAf

ONE AND TWO DAY SERVICE

Bethany's finest and most modern Dry Clea ners

"Always Boosting B-P C" 1 1 5 S. COLLEGE

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ELMER MANN and JAY R . JACOBS, Owners Phone WH 9-3332

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S tudent Directory ADAMS, GLEN EDWIN

AUBREY, WILDA EATON

1 04 N. E . 3rd

1 1 6 '-h N. College

Bethany, Okla.

Bethany, Okla.

ADAMS, RAYMOND

AYRES, SHIRLEY NORENE 3 0 3 East "B" Ave.

Oklahoma City, Okla.

Altus, Okla.

AKIN, CHARLES 9 1 0 S. 49th Temple, Tex. ALDERSON, DICK D . 3 1 0 S . Pearl Galesburg, Ill. ALDRICH, HELEN 2 5 3 3 Verona Overland, Mo. ALDRICH, PAUL A . 2 7 3 2 N . West Ave. Bethany, Okla. ALDRICH, ROBERT M. 208 N. Cqllege Bethany, Okla. ALLEN NORMA JANE Box 8 3 3 Terminal, Tex. AMBRO, PAUL ELMER

Route l Bentonville, Ark. BAILEY, GLENN WALtACE 1 1 7 N. Peniel BAILEY,

)AMES

PERRY

3908 Barnett Parkway Warr Acres, Okla. BAKER, PEGGY JANE 3 29 East "E" Hutchinson, Kans. BALDWIN, GEORGE DONALD 407 N. E . 1 st

1 1 7 Peniel Bethany, Okla. ANDERSON, JESSE Box 3 1 1 Skiatook, Okla. ANDERSON, MARTHA ESTER 1 609 N. E. 1 5th Oklahoma City, Okla. ANDERSON ROBERT W . 1 609 N . Kelham Oklahoma City, Okla. ANDERSON, SHIRLEY York, Nebr. ARMSTRONG, DOROTHY 4 1 0 W. Central Arkansas City, Kans. ARNDT, LOWELL DUANE Alva, Okla. ARNETT, HENRY FOSTER 1 08' S. Mueller Bethany, Okla. ASHLOCK, KENNETH 1 1 24 S . W. 39th Oklahoma City, Okla . AUBREY, GAYLAND E R NEST 1 1 6 '-h N . College

Bethany, Okla. BALDWIN, JOHN DAVID 407 N. E. 1 st Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla.

Bethany, Okla.

BIGGS, GEORGE A. J R . Box 84 \�ayside, Kans. BIRDWELL, LEO E . Bethany, Okla. BLANCHARD, GRACIE E . Bethany, Okla. BLANCHARD, HENRY Bethany, Okla. BLANCHARD, JESSE R . 2 1 1 'h S. Redmond

BALES, COlT

Bethany, Okla.

Cherryvale, Kans. BALLENTINE, EVA MAE Bethany, Okla.

BLANCHARD, SUNNY 2 1 1 'h S. Redmond

Bethany, Okla. BLANKENSHIP, JAMES 2 1 1 a N. College

BANKS, MARY ELIZABETH Route 2, Box · 1 7 1 4 Battle Creek, Mich. BARNHILL, IVAN RAY 3 1 1 6 Kentucky

Bethany, Okla. BLOOMER, DENNIS Route 1 Sentinel, Okla. BOCKMANN, BON ITA BETTY

Shreveport, La.

1 3 1 7 "A" St.

BASE, GLORIA JEAN Route 1

Aurora, Nebr. BOGART, ELDA MAE

Burrton, Kans.

42 1 N. E . Main Bethany, Okla.

BASS, DWIGHT Dixon, Nebr.

BOGART, JOHN THOMAS

BATEMAN, KENNETH DERREL 7 2 1 N . College

421 N . E. Main Bethany, Okla.

Bethany, Okla. BATES, WILLIAM S . 4 1 1 W. 1 6th Bartlesville, Okla. BATTIN, MARTHA JEAN 901 E . 6th Ave. Hutchinson, Kans. BAXTER, WENDELL 69 1 3 N . W. 5 7th Oklahoma City, Okla .. BEALS, CLI FFORD 4 1 0 S. Rustin Sioux City, Iowa 4 1 0 S. Rustin

301 N . Beaver Bethany, Okla.

40 1 N. E . Main

BALDWIN, MORA JANE

BEALS, HAROLD

301 N . Beaver Bethany, Okla.

40 1 N . E . Main

BALES, VERLA MAE

ANDERSON, GLENDON

Oklahoma City, Okla. BIBB, EDGAR F.

BIBB, FRANCES

Bethany, Okla.

Bethany, Okla.

Dallas, Tex.

286

BAGGETT, CARL EDWARD

Bethany, Okla.

5726 Morningside

308 S . Donald BESS, DONNA

208 N . College AMMONS, DORIS LOUISE

BE NNETT, VERLON WAYNE Bethany, Okla.

ADKINS, GEORGE W. 2 1 4 N. Redmond

1 807 S . Main Sapulpa, Okla.

3 1 2 3 N. W. 1 6th

Bethany, Okla.

BENNETT, ROMONA JO

0.

Sioux City, Iowa

BOGNER, CARL W. 1 5 0 1 S . W . Binkley Oklahoma City, Okla. BOHANNON, GRADY BUFORD 1 1 4 N . W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. BOHANNON, JOY SHAW 1 1 4 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. BOLERJACK. FRANCIS H . 1 00 S . W. 2 3rd Oklahoma City, Okla. BOND, MARVIN

BONNER, WILLIAM HARVEY 1 08 N. E . l Oth Bethany, Okla. BONSER, ELSIE ARLENE . 2 0 5 S. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla. BOOMER, W. D . Route 3 Okarche, Okla. BORGESON, GUS LEROY 1 3 2 7 Harlandale Dallas, Tex. BOWMAN, JOHN JEFFERSON Route 2 Atlanta, Kans. BOWMAN, VERLA JEAN Harmon, Okla . BOWMAN, LEE R . 1 07 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla . BOYD, TOM WESLEY 1 208 ldyewoocl Lufkin, Tex. BRASHER, LOIS STOCKETT Bethany, Okla. BRATHEWAY, HESTER 2702 S . Sturdley Ave. Putney, Vermont BREHM, CLARA LOUISE Y<Jrk, Nebr. BRITT, BOB 3 6 1 4 Bellefountain Kansas City, Mo. BR ITT, HELEN 3 1 0 Henry Ave. Shawnut, Ala. BRITTAIN, BETTY J . 2 1 1 'h N . College

Bethany, Okla. BROCKMAN, V. L. Bethany, Okla. BROWN, A. DENTON 206 W. Main Bethany, Okla. BROWN, CHARLYNNE S. 206 W. Main Bethany, Okla. BROWN, MARY LOU White Wright, Tex. BROWNING, JEAN Kansas City, Mo. BROYLES, LORETA B. Route 3 Alma, Ark. BRYAN, ROBERT GEORGE Box 2 24 Guymon, Okla. BRYAN, AUDREY EILEEN

Box 1 5 7 3

Box 2 24

Pampa, Tex.

Guymon, Okla.

BUGH, DWIGHT 2437 N. 4 5 th Omaha, Nebr. BULLOCK, FOY CLEMMIE Box 4 5 8 Bethany, Okla. BUMPUS, ROBERT FRANKLIN 2 5 3 3 Bush Blvd. Birmingham, Ala. BURCH, BILL Box 1 1 4

Melrose, N. Mex. BURKHART, GLENN ELLIS 2 1 5 W . l Oth

Newton, Kans. BURKHART, PARK

307 N . W . Main Bethany, Okla.

BURKHART WYNONA S. 307 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

BURKINSHAW, GLORIA V. Long Pine, Nebr.

CH INN, VIRGINIA

1 206 Beaver

Bethany, Okla.

Bethany, Okla.

Guymon, Okla.

CLARK, MARY JOAN Route 2 Spencerville, Ohio CLEGG, LUTHER Hud Rt. Rotan, Tex. CLIFTON, LEONA Box 1 1 8 1 Aransas Pass, Tex. CLINE, LOUISE Route 3 Gage, Okla. CLINKENBEARD, WILLA DEAN 4 1 1 N . Mueller Bethany, Okla. CLOUD, ALICE Higgins, Tex. COATES, LOLA MAE

Harrah, Okla. BYRD, WILLIAM

1 1 07 Richmond Dr.

Nashville, Tenn. CALHOUN, RICHARD E . 2 5 1 4 W . Park Dr. Enid, Okla. CARGILL, VERNON 7 1 6 N . Central Bethany, Okla.

CARTER, LUCRETIA 3 2 1 W. State

Enid, Okla.

CARTER, RUBY INEZ Columbia, Miss. CASE, CHARLES 1 00 5 Graymont Ave. Birmingham, Ala. CASON, ROLAND 9 1 0 N. W. 20th

Oklahoma City, Okla.

CHANDLER, GENEVA 7 1 1 8 Roswell ' Houston, Tex. CHARTON, PATRICIA ANN 1 07 N. Vorrill Morrilton, Ark. CHEATWOOD, DOLORES 5 1 2 W. 8 3rd

Shreveport, La. CHENOWETH, MAXINE Route 1 Woodward, Okla. CHERRY, BETTY

COSTON, ALTON H . 4 1 6 S. E . 5th Bethany, Okla. COSTON, DORIS Route 2 Frederick, Okla. COURTNEY, PHILLIP PAT l ll h N . Main Miami, Okla . COX, JOYCE 2 24 E. Mosier Norman, Okla. CRAIG, GRACE ELLEN Box 1 4 1 Meade, Kans. CRENSHAW, SHIRLEY 1420 Springfield Stillwater, Okla.

COGDILL, OSCAR

BUTCHER, BILLY RAY

Bethany, Okla.

82 1 5 Bendell Dr .

BUSHMAN, JERALD 1 1 0 N. Redman

CORNWELL, DONALD

Houston, Tex. COE, MARGARET

Bethany, Okla.

DAVY, MELVYN

5 0 5 N. W. 2nd

BURNS, MARY 1 0 2 8 4th Ave.

Birmingham, Ala.

COPE, ANDREW GLEN

807 N. Willow

902 Fribley St. Tampa, Fla.

CREWS, THEAL Rhinelander, Wis. CROUCH, CLEVA Route 1

72 4 N. Donald

Lockney, Tex.

Bethany, Okla.

CULWELL, HAROLD

COGDILL, WILBUR J . 6 0 1 Thornton Clovis, N. Mex.

3 0 1 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. CURRY, ROBERT L.

COKER, KENNETH

308 S. College

1 1 0 N . Redmond

Bethany, Okla.

Bethany, Okla. COLE, BILL Udall, Kans.

CYPERT, JEAN TAYLOR 1 07 N . Asbury Bethany, Okla.

COLE, STANLEY L. Beaver, Okla . CONKLE, WILBUR D. 5 5 22 N. W. 42nd Warr Acres, Okla. COLLINS, BOBBY 20 5 ¥.! W. Main Bethany, Okla. CONRAD, WILLIAM HOWARD 1 604 W. Fifth Coffeyville, Kans. CONWAY, DONALD LEO Box 5 74 Bethany, Okla. COOK, BERT Box 3 1 1 Baytown, Tex. COOK, J . D . Box 3 1 1 Baytown, Tex. COOK, PAULINE 3 1 7 Hobson Hot Springs, Ark. COON, GLORIA Irving, Tex. COOPER, RONALD

DAMEWOOD, LEOLA 1 5 1 6 W. 1 st Coffeyville, Kans. DAVIDSON, JACK 406 N. E . l st Bethany, Okla. DAVIS, BARBARA JUNE 302 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. DAVIS, BETTY Route 3 Carthage, Mo. DAVIS, DELLA Route 1 , Box 2 5 1 Everton, Mo. DAVIS, KENDALL Route 9, Box 6 54 Tulsa, Okla. DAVIS, MARGERY 3 5 3 7 Garfield Kansas City, Mo. DAVIS, NANCY M. Box 1 4 Walters, Okla . DAVIS, RICHARD

DAY, LA VERN Route 1 0 , Box 1 7 3 Oklahoma City, Okla. DAYHOFF, LA VERNA ,2 1 09 30th St. Great Bend, Kans. DEFOYD, JACQUETTA 2 1 6 s. 1 9th

Frederick, Okla. DEHART, GEORGE 806 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. DEMETRE, JERRY 2 0 1 Rutherford Pine Bluff, Ark. DIBBLE, LLOYD 8 1 8 N . College Bethany, Okla. DICK, KENNETH 1 0 1 2 E. Haskell Pl . Tulsa, Okla. DICK, RHEA 1 0 1 2 E. Haskell Pl.

Tulsa, Okla.

DICKE RMAN, ALVIS Box 1 8 3

Higgins, Tex. DICKERMAN, DORIS Box 1 8 3 Higgins, Tex. DIFFEE, BOBBY GRAY Box 24

Bethany, Okla. DIFFEE, ROBBIE GAY Box 24 Bethany, Okla. DINWIDDIE, EMIT 5 0 1 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. DODSON, ANN 909 First Lawrenceburg, Tenn . DOGGETT, BENNY Route 3, Box 20 Bartlesville, Okla. DOROUGH, CAROLYN 1 4 1 5 Carson Dallas, Tex. DOUGLAS, MADOLYN 1 929 N . E . 28 Oklahoma City, Okla. DOWD, ORVAL KELLY 5 500 E. Arache Tulsa, Okla. DRISKELL, VIOLA ANN • 7 1 2 Wanetta Bethany, Okla. DRYDEN, GERALD 9 1 9 N. Beaver Bethany, Okla. DUDNEY, B ENNETT L.

208 E . Enterprise Rd.

Box 24 5

3 7 1 2 Park Ave.

307 N. College

Abilene, Kans.

Melrose, N. Mex.

Kansas City, Mo.

Bethany, Okla.

287

DYER, VEDA Bethany, Okla. EASON, HAROLD 2 1 4 1h N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. EAGON, LENORA Box 36 Shattuck, Okla. EASTMAN, WANDA Cimarron, Kans. EDMONDS, NELZENE Dutton, Ala. EDMONDS, PAUL 204 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. EDMONDS, SAMUEL 204 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. EDWARDS, HAROLD l l 6 1h N. College Bethany, Okla. EDWARDS, RALPH C. 1 4 36 N. W. 1 st Oklahoma City, Okla. EDWARDS, VIRGINIA 1 1 6 1h N. College Bethany, Okla. EDWARDS, YVONNE Box 1 2 Killeen, Tex. ELI, RUTH 2 1 0 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. ELKINS, CHARLES Box 5 59 Bethany, Okla. ELLEDGE, DAVID H . 14 N. Madison Edmond, Okla. ELLIOTT, FRANK Route 2, Box 1 7 3 Aurora, Mo. ELLIS, DOYLE Gaylord, Kans. ENTERLINE, NORMAN LEE Gray, Okla. EVANS, GERALDINE Route Box 3 1 6B VI estlake, La. FALES, HERMAN 408 N. E. 2nd Bethany, Okla. FARMER, ERNEST 1 5 1 5 Drexel Blvd. Oklahoma City, Okla. FARR, D'WAYNE I 7 3 2 W. 6th St. Texarkana, Tex. FERRY, JAMES LOY 5 36 Clearview Dr. Bethany, Okla. FECHNER, JOHN C . 5 4 1 7 N. Central Bethany, Okla.

288

FEURTADO, JACK 701 E. Rusk Marshall, Tex. FIELDS, NANCY 1 2 1 9 Fredonia Muskogee, Okla. FTNCI I, ARLENE 5 1 0 Center St. Costa Mesa, Calif. FISHER, KAYE DON Oklahoma City, Okla. FISHER, LOIS 308 S. Beaver Bethany, Okla. FITZGERALD, DON 7 500 S. Hudson Oklahoma City, Okla. FITZGERALD, ROBERT 302 S. E. Main Bethany, Okla . FLAUDING, BELVA JEAN 6 1 5 E. Edison Independence, Kans. FLETCHER, DOUGLAS 229 W. Montry Denison, Tex. FLEMING, MARSHALL C . 309 S. E. 4th Bethany, Okla . FOLSOM, BOBBIE DIXIE Bethany, Okla. FORSHEE, PEGGY RUTH 420 N. C. St. Duncan, Okla. FRANKLIN, ROY 708 N. College Bethany, Okla. FRENCH, D E JUANA 44 1 2 Maple St. Little Rock, Ark. FRIESEN, RUTH Hutchinson, Kans. FRY, JAMES D. 5 1 1 N. Pine Ponca City, Okla. GADDY, BARBARA 5006 Ave G. Austin, Tex. GANN, JOHNNIE LOU Marlow, Okla. GAPPA, ROBERT 2623 St. Anthony Colorado Springs, Colo.

GARDNER, JAMES 404 E. Kansas Meade, Kans. GARDNER, CLEDITH JANE Duncan, Okla. GARNETT, EMIL Vet. I lut No. 5 Bethany, Okla. GASSETt, DONALD 400 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. GEORGE, HEIDRICK A. 320 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. GEORGE, L. CANTLEY 2 1 1 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. GEORGE, SYBLE W . 2 1 1 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. GIBSON, LENNA 506 W. Martin El Reno, Okla. GILLHAM, J. D. JR. 2 8 1 0 Bors d'arc Greenville, Tex. GILPIN, ROBERT 2 8 5 8 W. Campbell Albuquerque, N. Mex. GIRE, EVELYN JODENE Nevada, Mo. GLIDDEN, ZELLA 2 0 5 W. A. Ave. Glendale, Ariz. GOEN, DONALD 509 Harley Dr. Bethany, Okla. <;;O LDEN, GLENN 2 507 Ohsfeldt Houston, Tex. GOODE, HERBERT Route 1 Grand Saline, Tex. GOODNO, MYRLENE Route 1 Ponca City, Okla. GOODSON, BARBARA 2009 New Boston Rd . Texarkana, Tex. GOODSON, WILLIAM 2009 New Boston Rd . Texarkana, Tex.

GOULDEN, ARLEY 1 1 3 Merrill Marshall, Tex. GOULDEN, DARRELL 1 1 3 Merrill Marshall, Tex. GRAHAM, KERNEY Route 2 Kaw City, Okla. GREEN, JOSEPHINE 3 1 2 N. W. 5th Bethany, Okla. GREEN, ROBERT H . 3 1 2 N. W. 5th Bethany, Okla. GRIGGS, CAROLYN 1 1 39 Winding Way Dr. Nashville, Tenn. GRISHAM, JAMES Oakland, Calif. GUESS, MARY T. 2 1 0 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. GUNN, GORDON 207 E. Madison McAlester, Okla. GUYETT, LEROY 60 1 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. GUYETT, RALPH Bethany, Okla. HAGEMEIER, PAUL 720 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. HAGIN, CORDOVA 302 S. Beaver Bethany, Okla. HAGIN, FRANK 302 S. Beaver Bethany, Okla. HAIR, JAMES 8 1 6 W. Monterey Denison, Tex. I TALE, DWIGHT Bethany, Okla. HALE, LOVETA 739 N. Louisa Shawnee, Okla. HALE, MARJORIE 6 1 2 B . S. E. Miami, Okla. . I IALE, ROBERT 508 N. College Bethany, Okla .

GARBER, ALICE Bethany, Okla.

GORDON, JOYCE 400 E . Commerce Oklahoma City, Okla.

GARDNER, ALVERN Route 1, Box 1 5 2 Delta, Colo.

GORE, GENE 1 1 0 S. Mueller Bethany, Okla.

HALL, FERN Bethany, Okla.

GARDNER, DONNA Route 1, Box 1 52 Delta, Colo.

GOSSMAN, JOSEPH G. 2 1 2 E . 2 8th St. Los Angeles, Calif.

HALL, JAMES 502 N. E. 2nd Bethany, Okla .

GARDNER, DUANE Route 2 Delta, Colo.

GOUGH, WILMA Route 1 Stuart, Okla.

HALL, WILLIAM 70 1 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

HALL, EDWARD Bethany, Okla.

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I IAMILTON, GENEVA Route 1 Pedro, Ohio HAMILTON, PAUL Bethany, Okla. HANN, AMOS Route 2 Udall, Kans. I IANN, NAOMI Route 2 Udall, Kans. HARGROVE, MABLENE General Delivery Batesville, Ark. HARPER, ALVIN I l l S. Donald Bethany, Okla. HARRIS, BILLY JOE 502 N. College Bethany, Okla. HARRIS, MARJORIE Bethany, Okla. HARRIS, WALTER 3 1 4 N. W. Second Bethany, Okla. HARRISON, ALVINA Route 3 Butler, Mo. HARROD, MARJORIE Route 1 Olton, Tex. HARROD, VANITA Route 1 Olton, Tex. HART, AMELIA ANN Bethany, Okla. HATLEY, MELVIN 4820 N. Portland Oklahoma City, Okla. HAVER, ELDRED G. 202 E. Oklahoma Guthrie, Okla. HAWKINS, ELDON Wichita, Kans. HELSEL, CHARLES 943 Lincoln Loveland, Colo. HENDERSON, BILL Union, Mo. HENDERSON, LARRY Route 7, Box 3 37B Texarkana, Ark. HENDRICK, GENEVA 4 1 4 N. Central Bethany, Okla. HERRICK, KENNETH Route 3 Farmington, N. Mex. HERRICK, NELDA GOODMAN 1 0 3 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. HERRICK, RALPH 1 0 3 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

HESS, JOSEPH Bethany, Okla. HESS, LEON DEAN 30 1 1;2 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. HESS, OPAL 3 0 1 1;2 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. I IICKEY, ZULA FAE Bethany, Okla. I IICKS, THURLOW Caddo Lake Rd. Karnack, Tex. HICKS, DARLENE Route 2, Box 224A Loveland, Colo. H IGHTOWER, WILMA Dodson, Tex. I IILL, BEVERLY Ft. Worth, Tex. H IMES, HAROLD Sterling, Okla. HINKLE, IRENE Route 2 Twin Falls, Idaho HOCKER, MARVIN 609 Vermont Austin, Tex. HODGSON, CHANTEL J. I J O N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. HODGSON, JAMES MARLIN 1 1 0 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla . HODGSON, ROBERT, JR. 1 1 0 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. HODGSON, SHELDA WYVONN 1 1 0 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. HOFFPAUIR, C. W. 208 N. College Bethany, Okla. HOFFPAUIR, LUCINDA 208 N. College Bethany, Okla. HOGAN, GERALD 1 0 3 1;2 N. E. Second Bethany, Okla. HOLCOMB, DOROTHY Route 3 'Valters, Okla. HOLCOMB, MARGARET Route 3 Walters, Okla. HOLLAND, JUNE 302 N. College Bethany, Okla. HOLLAND, LOWELL 302 N. College Bethany, Okla. HOLSCLAW, BONNIE Morrilton, Ark. HOLZINGER, W I LLIAM H . Marion, Ind.

HONEA, BETTY Route 5 Prescott, Ark. HOOVER, BOBBY Route 3 M t. Vernon, Tex. HORTON, LAWRENCE DALE 1 29 S. W. 3 5th Oklahoma City, Okla . HOUSE, CLARICE 1 2 1 7 Parker Little Rock, Ark. HOUSTON, JUANITA MAY Freeport, Tex. HOWARD, BILLY JOl i N Route 2, Box 87 Walnut Ridge, Ark. HOWARD, ELIZABETH l 007 Alametas San Antonio, Tex. HOWLAND, DELMA 4 1 7 S. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. HOWLAND, ERNEST 4 1 7 S. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. HOXEY, JACQUELIN Atwood, Kans. HUFF, LELAND 3041;2 N. College Bethany, Okla. I-l ULL, JAMES Salina, Kans. HUNTER, DALE 2900 Fredrick Shreveport, La. ICE, BETTY 8 3 3 5 N. W . 39th Bethany, Okla. ICE, CHARLES 8 3 3 5 N. W. 39th Bethany, Okla. !MEL, JACK Muskogee, Okla. INGLE, DELLA Route 1 Antlers, Okla. INGLES, DAVID 708 E. 4th Bristow, Okla. I RWIN, JOHN 506 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. JAHDE, LILA Bethany, Okla. JANUARY, JAMES CALVIN Bethany, Okla. JANZEN, HENRY Box 5 5 Crescent, Okla. JAQUES, DONNA Tulsa, Okla.

JARRELL, RICHARD 1 9 2 2 E. Maddox Ft. Worth, Tex. JOHANNES, ARTHUR 409 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. JOHNSON, EUNICE Colorado Springs, Colo. JOHNSON, GARLAND 209 N. College Bethany, Okla. JOHNSON, PAUL 6 0 3 N. 4th Durant, Okla. JOHNSON, STEPHEN Bethany, Okla . JOHNSON, WILLIAM General Delivery Bethany, Okla. JOHNSTON, BEATRICE 5007 S. 3 1 st W. Ave. Tulsa, Okla. JONES, BARBARA Route 3 H utchinson, Kans. JONES, RICHARD Route 3 Hutchinson, Kans. JONES, CHARLES 6727 Pasco Kansas City, Mo. JORDON, BILLIE JENE Vet. Hut 1 8 Bethany, Okla. JUSTICE, CLAUDE EUGENE 1 1 0 S. Marshall Van Alstyne, Tex. JUSTICE, DELBERT 1 1 0 S. Marshall Van Alstyne, Tex. KASTNER, ART 1 1 6 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. KASTNER, DONALD Bethany, Okla. KASTNER, MARY 1 1 6 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. KAUP, MARLIN 504 N. College Bethany, Okla. KEENER, RONALD ARTHUR Bethany, Okla. KEHR, DORIS Bethany, Okla. KEHR, EMANUEL Bethany, Okla. KEITH, H. LLOYD Antelope, Tex. KELLEY, FRANCIS Box 572 Bethany, Okla. KELLEY, JOHN W. 1 509 University Ave. Hot Springs, So. Dak.

289

KENNEDY, ALLYN Route 7, Box 5 1 8 Texarkana, Ark. KENNEDY, THOMAS Route 3 Alma, Ark. KEPLINGER, EVELYN l 024 W. Ava A. Elk City, Okla. KERR, JAMES Bethany, Okla. KETCHUM, BETTY 309 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. KEY, RHETTA Chandler, Okla. KIDD, ELIZABETH Box路 7 1 3 Mission, Tex. KING, ANNA NELL 1 008 Hickory Sweetwater, Tex. KINNE, MARILEE Route 2, Box 1 4 San Benito, Tex. KNIGHT, HAROLD H . 60 5 Fry St. Larned, Kans. KNIGHT, HARLYN P: 605 Fry St. Larned, Kans. KNIPPERS, SHURAL G. 59 1 1 N. W. 40th Oklahoma City, Okla. KNOWLTON, LAURA 502 路 Hatley Bethany, Okla. KNUTSON, JEAN 8 2 2 Circle Q Hastings, Nebr. KNUTSON, RICHARD 822 Circle Q Hastings, Nebr. KOHNK, ALTHEA 903 W. 4th Grand Island, Nebr. KOTWITZ, ALFREDA Route 1 Drexel, Mo. KREIE, NEVA JO Sylvia, Kans. KREIE, RUTH Sylvia, Kans. KUNKEL, ELIZABETH 5401 N. Portland Oklahoma City, Okla. LACKEY, GEORGE Route 1 Pharr, Tex. LA DUE, ELDRED 7 2 3 N. Elm St. Greenville, Ill. LAIN, VIRGINIA Box 1 0 1 Elk City, Kans.

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LAMAR, ROSE 4 0 3 E . Okla. Anadarko, Okla. LAMB, HARRY 7 1 4 N. College Bethany, Okla. LAMBERT, MADIE RAYE 1 1 9 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. LAMBERT, TERRY Route 3, Box 2 1 2D Oklahoma City, Okla. LANA, JOSEPHINE 7 1 4 N. Weigel Watonga, Okla. LANDTROOP, DOYCE Box 3 1 Floyd, N . Mex. LANEAR, KENNETH 2 3 30 Connor Joplin, Mo. LANGFORD, JAMES Box 1 5 2 Bethany, Okla. LASITER, SAMMY Muldrow, Okla. LEFFEL, ROBERT 1 00 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. LEHMAN, LEO Bethany, Okla. LEHMAN, JOY DEE Box 3 4 1 Bethany, Okla . LEPPER, JOHN 1 06 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla . LEVERICH, JACK Bethany, Okla. LINDLEY, BOBBY 402 N. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. LITTLE, WALTER 9 0 1 N. Harris Tyler, Tex. LIVINGSTON, W I LLIAM 207 S. W. Terrill Bethany, Okla . LLOYD, RAMONA 1 500 Booker St. Little Rock, Ark. LOGAN, ETHEL Ordway, Colo. LOGAN, HARRY Ordway, Colo. LONG, CLAUDE Johnson, Kans. LONGNECKER, MARVIN Oklahoma City, Okla. LOVETT, WILLIAM RAY 5920 N. W. 59th Warr Acres, Okla. LUNA, PEDRO 5 707 N . W . 4 1 st Oklahoma Citv, Okla.

LUNDY, BEVERLY 1 29 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. LYONS, JOE Box 278 Portland, Tex. LYTLE, JAMES 8 2 1 W. 7th Junction City, Kans. McARTHUR, JUNE 4 1 1 S. Washington I lobart, Okla. McARTHUR, PHYLLIS 1 1 3 S. E. 7th . Bethany, Okla. McALLISTER, BEVERLY Box 296 Alma, Ark. McBURNETT, ROBERT Bethany, Okla. McCASLIN, LUELLA Route 2 Broken Bow, Nebr. McCLAFLIN, ELMER DALE Bethany, Okla. McCLAIN, NEVA 1 307 Portland Plainview, Tex. McCLAIN, BOYD 2 1 2 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. McCLURE, BEVERLY 3 2 1 5 Davis Ave. Sioux City, Iowa McCRAW, FAYE 3 7 3 2 Bales Ave. Kansas City, Mo. McCREERY, M I LTON Box 4 5 8 Bethany, Okla. McDANIEL, JOSEPH C . 5 2 1 3 Granda Kansas City, Kans. McDONALD, MIL TON 3 1 6 N. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. McFARLAND, BETTY 220 N. Booth Elk City, Okla. McGINTY, DANIEL Bethany, Okla. McGRAW, MARY LOU General Delivery Granby, Mo. McGUIRE, ROGER Box 3 3 5 Bethany, Okla. MciNNIS, J ETTA MAE 2 507 Ohsfeldt Houston, Tex. MciNTOSH, ROBERTA Bradleyville, Mo. McKELLIPS, HAROLD Route 2 McCLOUD, OKLA.

McKINLEY, ALFRED Bethany, Okla. McKINNIS, GEORGE 5 206 Jamidson St. Louis, Mo. McLAIN, CHARLOTTE 1 1 8 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. McMANUS, JANRIS 390 3 Baxter Nashville, Tenn. McNABB, WILLIAM Route 3 Greenbrier, Ark. McVEY, JANET 3 1 04 N. Elizabeth Pueblo, Colo. MALCOM, DONALD Mason City, Nebr. MALCOM, WILMUR Allen, Nebr. MANN, BARBARA Kansas City, Mo. MANWARREN, EVANGELINE Lyons, Kans. MARTIN, ALICE 1 709 E. \Vashington Ave. Little Rock, Ark. MARTIN, BETTY Bethany, Okla. MARTIN, DON Bethany, Okla. MARTIN, JEROME 3 1 7 S. West Ave. Bethany, Okla. MARTIN, STEPHEN 208 S. Redmond Bethany, Okla. MATNEY, DARRELL 2 1 1 N. College Bethany, Okla. MEADOR, J. T. 3 0 3 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla. MEADOR, NELDA 209 E. 2nd Borger, Tex. MEADOR, JEWEL HOLLIS 303 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla. MEAZELL, NORMAN l 06 N. !\I ucller Bethany, Okla. MENSER, W I LLIAM 6 1 0 N. Asbun路 Bethany, Okla . MERCHANT, CHARLES 1 1 4 N. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. MERRILL, KENNETH 4107 Victory Dr. Marshall, Tex. METZ, DONALD Bethanv, Okla.

MIKKELSON, VERNA 2 346 1 6th Ave. So. Minneapolis, Minn. MILBURN, ANNA Route 4 Perry, Okla. MILBURN, VIRGIL Bethany, Okla. MILLER, GAIL Route 3 Kiowa, Kans. MILLER, JOEL 1 07 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. MILLER, PAULINE 201 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. MILLICAN, CAROLYN 9 1 9 Preston Waco, Tex. MITCHELL, WILMA Van Buren, Ark. M IYANISHI, BARBARA 5 1 3 Kaiwivla St. Honolulu, Hawaii MOBLEY, 0. GEORGE 208 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. 10BLEY, SHIRLEY 208 N . Donald Bethany, Okla. MONROE, HARRIETT Route 4, Box 972 Carthage, Mo. MONTGOMERY, \VAYNE Kechi, Kans. MONTGOMERY, WILMA 1 20 5 S. W. 28 Oklahoma City, Okla. MOORE, GENE Box 1 6 1 Ropesville, Tex. MOORE, JACKIE Ropesville, Tex. MOORE, JAMES 2 5 1 4 S. Main Bethany, Okla. MOORE, J. WESLEY 203 N. E . 3rd Oklahoma City, Okla. MOORE, J. V. Tampa, Fla. MOORE, MAURICE 1 1 9 Colorado LaJ unta, Colo. MOORE, THOMAS 203 N. E. 3rd Oklahoma City, Okla. MOORE, ·wiLLIAM ROBERT 5 5 1 9 G. St. Little Rock, Ark. MORGAN, MERRILL Bethany, Okla. MORGAN, PATRICIA Oklahoma City, Okla.

MORRIS, BOYD 406 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. MORRIS, DOROTHY Box 376 Garden City, Kans. MORTENSEN, JOHN A. c/o American Emb<lssy Aminan, Jordan MOWRY, JAMES 5 29 W. 1 1 th North Platte, Nebr. MOYER, VERTA 207 W. Poplar Lamar, Colo. MULLEN, B. ELIZABETH 4801 Armstrong \Vichita, Kans. MURRAY, BARBARA GENE 604 Arizona Texarkana, Tex. MURRAY, MAUDIE MODENA Route 1 Tahoka, Tex. MYERS, ARTHUR 2 1 0 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla . MYERS, FLOYD Kalvesta, Kans. � 1YF:RS, WANDA 2 1 0 N. Peniel Bethanv, Okla. NANCE, JACK South Oak I I olden ville, Okla. NEAL, MELBA LYNN 207 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. NEAL, NAOMI HAWKINS 208 N. \V . 1 st Bethany, Okla. NEEL, WILFRED PERRY Box 1 5 5 Loraine, Tex. NEELY, DIANE 1 1 4 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla . NEUENSCHWANDER, D. E. 5 0 5 N. W. 8th Bethany, Okla. NEWMAN, JUNE 206 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. NEWMAN, SHIRLEY 206 N. Asburv Bethany, Okla. NEWTON, RICHARD 6 1 4 N. 5th Chetopa, Kans. NICHOLS, JAMES Bethany, Okla. NOEL, ARK, JR. 902 S . Pettet Hominy, Okla.

NOFFSINGER, JIMMIE 406 Cmtis Brush, Colo. NOGUCHI, ELSIE 1 760 Mahani Loop Honolulu, Hawaii OGDEN, PATRICIA Bethany, Okla. ORNDOFF, DOROTHY Route 6 Fayetteville, Ark. OSBORN, DICK 29 1 5 Wandall Dallas, Tex. OSBURN, P. M I LTON Box 1 5 5 Holyoke, Colo. OWENS, NOLA 1 2 1 Texas Ave. Woodward, Okla. OWENS, SYDNALEA Route 2 Woodward, Okla. OXNER, BETTY 2 1 4 S. 6th West Helena, Ark. OYLER, CALVIN 540 Pattit Wichita, Kans. OYLER, DONALD Geary, Okla. OYLER, ELVA Bethany, Okla. PADEN, PAUL Omaha, Nebr. PAGAN, PATSY Route 2 Stroud, Okla. PAGAN, REEDA Route Box 50 Stroud, Okla. PARISH, FREDA MAE 704 Cornish St. Little Rock, Ark. PARKER, BEVERLY 805 Summit Little Rock, Ark. PARKER, CLARENCE 1 0 5 S. W. l st Bethany, Okla. PARKER, ROBERT Box 964 Ada, Okla . . PARKER, ROSEANNA Sylvia, Kans. PASSONS, MAJOR WM. Borger, Tex. PATTERSON, ALMA Route 2 Abernathy, Tex. PAYTON, OLIN Bethany, Okla. PEARSON, NORMAN Yukon, Okla.

PEEK, BUEL Unionville, Mo. PENDLETON, JOl iN Bethany, Okla. PENNER, DOROTHY Route l , Box 40 Clinton, Okla. PERQUE, JAMES W . 1 420 S. W . 56th Oklahoma City, Okla. PERKINS, B. EDWIN 3 1 3 N . W . 2nd Bethany, Okla . PERRYMAN, NITA RAE Box 2 2 5 Mineral 'Neils, Tex. PERSHALL, RICHARD 801 N. Willow Bethany, Okla. PERSYN, RONALD 1 06 N. W. 2 Bethany, Okla. PETTY, JO ANNE Star Route Clovis, N. Mex. PFEIFER, DIANE Chanute, Kans. PHELPS, ANN St. Petersburg, Fla. PHILLIPS, JANELLE 207 S. Asbury Bethany, Okla. P H ILLIPS, DENNIS 3 0 1 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla. PHILLIPS, MAE ELAINE Hutchinson, Kans. PIERCE, VERGIE McLean, Tex. P IRRONG, ROGER 9 1 2 N. W. 2 2nd Oklahoma City, Okla. PITTS, UMSTED 203 College St. \Vilmore, Ky. PITTS, VIRGINIA 1 72 3 Foster St. Lake Charles, La. POE, AUBREY Dimmitt, Tex. POOLER, PRICE 1 400 S . W. 28th Oklahoma City, Okla. POSEY, ELLIS LLOYD Canadian, Tex. POSEY, JAMES 1 202 8th Wellington, Tex. POWER, ELBERT N., JR. 206 Caddo St. Marshall, Tex. POWER, WADE 1 1 4 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

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PRENTICE, CARL 5 3 5 Russel Ave. El Dorado, Ark. PRENTICE, GEORGE 5 3 5 Russel Ave. El Dorado, Ark. PRICHARD, Bethany, PRICHARD, Bethany,

WALTER Okla. ARLENE Okla.

PRINCE, FRANCES Marshall, Tex. PROPES, FOREST Bethany, Okla. PRUITT, CONNIE 1 424 E. Pine Enid, Okla. PUCKETT, CAROLYN Beech Grove, Ark. PUGH, CHARLES La Valle, Wis. PULLIAN, LENA Box 1 296 Duncan, Okla. QUIRING, FRANK Bethany, Okla. QUIRING, JOAN R . Bethany, Okla. RAISER, SUZANNE Box 54 Craig, Mo. RAMQUIST, GLORIA 6 5 5 5 Holmes Kansas City, Mo. RAWLINGS, ELDON Box 4 1 1 Hennessey, Okla. RAY, ROBERT B. 1 9 0 3 2 2nd Bradenton, Fla. RAY, WILLIAM JACKSON, JR. 1903 22nd Bradenton, Fla. RAYMER, VIOLA GERTRUDE Route 1 , Box 3 8 2 DeRidder, La. REED, DERYL 6 1 0 N. W. 7th Bethany, Okla. REESE, JOI-IN Route 6 , Box 248 Oklahoma City, Okla. RENEGAR, WALLACE 3 3 1 5 W. Admiral Tulsa, Okla. RETHFORD, JANNIS 2 0 1 N. E. 26th Oklahoma City, Okla. RHODEN, JAMES 1 209 J uclson Texarkana, Tex. RHODES, FREDA Route 2 Abernathay, Tex.

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RICHIE, JAMES 1 622 N. Market St. Wichita, Kans.

SANDERS, BOBBY GENE 6 1 6 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

RIGGS, BENNYEDON 707 N. College Bethany, Okla. RIGGS, LYNETTE C. 308 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla. RIGGS, MARVIN Box 662 Bethany, Okla. RIGGS, RUTH Bethany, Okla. RI PPER, DARLENE 501 N. Willow Bethany, Okla. RITCI-IA, VIRGINIA Nickerson, Kans. ROBERTSON, GEORGE Fire Dept. Bethany, Okla. ROBERTSON, OPHELIA Fire Dept. Bethany, Okla. ROBINSON, CLARA 1 82 5 Baylor \Vaco, Tex. ROBINSON, PASTY 1 82 5 Baylor Waco, Tex.

SANDERS, MARGRETTA Port Arthur, Tex. SANDERS, LLOYD 3 1 4 N. Woodrow Bartlesville, Okla . SAVAGE , DONALD I 21 7 Armstrong Bartlesville, Okla. SCALES, EULA MAE Box 804 McLean, Tex. SCALES, KENNETH Box 804 McLean, Tex. SCHAUER, DOROTHY 400 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. SCT IEIERN; GLENN 1 82 8 South Gate Tampa, Fla. SCHOFIELD, WALTER Box 5 3 1 1 1 , Route I Robertson, Mo. SCHROEDER, DONALD 7 3 2 N. l Oth Broken Bow, Nebr. SCHUBERT, JOHN 1 042 W. 1 7th Houston, Tex.

ROGERS, JOHN Route 2 Coffeyville, Kans. ROGERS, VIRGINIA Box 70062 Tampa, Fla. ROLAND, LESSLEY D . 2629 Norman Ave. Bethany, Okla. ROSFELD, JOHN Route 2, Box 1 70 Lake Charles, La.

SCHUMANN, RICHARD 1 1 4 N. College Bethany, Okla. SCOTT, MARY JO 360 1 N. 48th F t . Smith, Ark. SCUDDAY, WENDELL I 09 W. Hill Brownfield, Tex. SEARS, ALVEY KEITH 30 3 % N. College Bethany, Okla.

ROSS, I LA MAE Route 1 Gibbon, Nebr.

SEEDS, VENEDA Oklahoma City, Okla.

ROSS, TONY 209 E. Maple Duncan, Okla .

SELBY, LYDIA 4 500 N. W. l Oth Oklahoma City, Okla.

ROTH, ELAINE St. Louis, Mo.

SELF, WILLIAM AMOS Box 4 3 5 Bethany, Okla.

ROUGEOU, CORINDA 602 W. 1 2th Dallas, Tex. ROUSE, CECIL Bethany, Okla.

SENSENY, JAMES Edmond, Okla. SHACKELFORD, CHARLOTTE 2 1 1 2 N. Rhode Island St. Oklahoma City, Okla.

RUNYAN, JAMES LESTER Route 4 Maryville, Mo.

SI-IA W, CYRUS Yukon, Okla.

RUSHING, ROBERTA 400 S. Morrow Drumright, Okla.

SHELTON, VERNA 2029 1;2 E. 2nd Tulsa, Okla.

RUTLEDGE, WILLIAM Broken Arrow, Okla.

SHIELDS, PATSY Texarkana, Tex.

SICKENBERGER, A . A. 2 1 0 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. SICKMILLER, RALPH 5 7 0 1 N. Portland Oklahoma City, Okla. S IMMONS, DEAN Oklahoma City, Okla. SIMMONS, TOTSIE San Angelo, Tex. SKINNER, EARL 8745 S. Sheridan Kenosha, Wis. SLOAN, ALFRED 30 5 S. College Bethany, Okla. SLOAN, BOBBY DEAN 1 1 1 7 N. Harvey Oklahoma City, Okla. SLOAN, DELFORD 1 24 % N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. SLOAN, FRANK ALLEN 2 3 1 9 S. Euing Dallas, Tex. SLOAN, LENORE 3 2 3 W. Frelton Ave. Blackwell, Okla. SLOAN, LUCILLE Aline, Okla. SLOAN, MARIE Bethany, Okla. SMITH, ARTHUR 1 1 5 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla. SMITH, ELIZABETH 1 507 W. 9th Dixon, Ill. SMITH, ERNESTINE Bethany, Okla. SMITH, KENNETH 201 N. Beaver Bethany, Okla. SMITH, LORA JANE 1 600 S. Ave. E . Portales, N. Mex. SMITH, NORMA DELL 5 8 2 5 Blue Hills Rd. Kansas City, Mo. SMITH, PAUL Box 3 5 7 Bethany, Okla. SMITH, RA YTHELL 407 N. E . Main Bethany, Okla. SMITH, ROBERTA Bethany, Okla. SMITH, VIOLET Bethany, Okla. SMITH, WILMA FAY Route 9 Lava, Okla. SNOWBARGER, MARION Route 2 Sylvia Kans. ,

SONNEVIK, M I LTON 908 Dawson Dr. Bethany, Okla. SOUTHWELL, WARREN 7 1 4 S. E. 4 3rd Oklahoma City, Okla. SOUTHWORTH, DON Bushton, Kans. SPANGLER, LYLE Moville, Iowa SPANGLER, CHARLENE Moville, Iowa SPOON, DARRELL 2 3 2 1 Maliel Trenton, Mo. SPROWLS, SHIRLEY Bethany, Okla. STAFFORD, ONUS 1 07 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. STAHLY, ROBERT D. Route 5 Newton, Kans. STALLINGS, LESLIE K. Bethany, Okla. STANGELAND, SHIRLEY 705 N. Pine Ponca City, Okla. STARK, JAMES 400 W. Walnut Prescott, Ark. STEEL, RUBY Brownsboro, Tex. STEEL, RUSSELL Route 1 0, Box 1 84 Oklahoma City, Okla. STEELE, EVANGELINE Coffeyville, Kans. STEELE, LEE 702 E. 8th Coffeyville, Kans. STEELMAN, BOBBY Fire Dept. Bethany, Okla. STEELMAN, VINNIE Bethany, Okla. STEPHENS, WILLIAM 1 0 1 8 E. Nolump Oklahoma City, Okla. STEPHENS, RUTH 1 08 Maple Dr. Newton Falls, Ohio STERLING, FRANCES Little Rock, Ark. STEVENS, JACK S. Central Bay Station Kearney, Nebr. STEWART, JR. CLAUDE Bethany, Okla. STEWART, MARSHALL General Delivery Keller, Tex. STOWE, CUREE Box 246 Dalhart, Tex.

STOWE, JO ANN Box 246 Dalhart, Tex. STROMAN, JOHN Box 1 32 Olmito, Tex. STROUD, CHARLES 407 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. STUART, CHARLES 5004 Grovea Ave. Austin, Tex. SULLIVAN. B ILL MUNSEY 4 2 1 Elm Pine Bluff, Ark. SULLIVAN, IRENE Brush, Colo. SULLIVAN, MARTIN Route Box 2 3 0 Little Rock, Ark. SUMNER, FLOYD 90 3 E . Leflord Hugo, Okla. SUMPTER, CLYDE 6094 Monterey Ave. Richmond, Calif. SUTHERLAND, BARBARA Port Arthur, Tex. SUTTLE, BEVERLY 8000 Oldham Rd . Hickman Mills, Mo. SUTTON, KENNETH Dallas, Tex. SWIM, CAROLYN 562 5 Park Ave. Kansas City, Mo. SYKES, J I M. 2 1 2 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. TAPLEY, JAMES 1 44 3 % N. W. 42nd Oklahoma City, Okla. TAYLOR, DON 309 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

TEAGUE, MYRNA Box 5 1 5 yreen Cove Springs, Fla. TERRY, R. KENNETH 1 0 5 S. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla. THOMPSON, MARY LEA Box 4 3 1 New London, Tex. THOMPSON, MARCELIENE C. 645 N. W. 7th Bethany, Okla. TIRY, RONALD 1 202 Sycamone Coffeyville, Kans. TOOLEY, JOYCE Elk City, Kans. TOWNSEND, C. GALEN Box 248 Sutherland, Nebr. TRYON, CHARLES Bethany, Okla. TRYON, LOTTIE BROWN Bethany, Okla. TURNER, SHIRLEY ELIZABETH 89 1 0 W. 62 Terr. Merrian, Kans. TURNER, FRED OLEN Box 1 09 Cleo S prings, Okla. TURNER, HELEN Route 2 Eastland, Tex. TUTTLE, DALE Kalvesta, Kans. TYLER, DELORES \Vinnfield, La. TYLER, FORREST Route 2 Hillsboro, Tex. TYLER, HAROLD 3 7 2 5 Center Point Rd . Cedar Rapids, Iowa TYLER, JUNELLA Bethany, Okla.

UNRUH, RUTH ARLENE 809 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. VAN DYNE, GLEN Route 2 Independence, Kans. VAN OSTRAND, KENNETH Bradshaw, Nebr. VAN PELT, ELDRED Box . 1 4 1 Bethany, Okla. VAUGHN, B I LLY 1 2 1 2 Wanlington Ft. Worth, Tex. WACHTEL, EUNICE 1 34 2 Stratford Ave. Nashville, Tenn. WADE, JAMES L . 1 0 7 S . Peniel Bethany, Okla. WADLEY, MARC I L 1 3 1 0 Green Eastland, Tex. \VACONER, HENRY Bethany, Okla. WAITS, MARY ELOISE 1 40 5 Okla. Ave. Woodward, Okla. WALDRON, BEATRICE 2 1 5 Jodie Lufkin, Tex. WALRAVEN, MAURICE 5 1 2 Clearview Bethany, Okla. WALTON, MARILYN Route 2 Delaware, Okla. WARD, IMACENE Box 384E Eastland, Tex. WARD, NEVA DELL Box 384 Eastland, Tex. WATANABE, CRACE 4 1 0 E . Leleo Lane Honolulu, Hawaii

TAYLOR, ALVARINE W . 62 3 \Van etta Bethany, Okla.

TYLER, V I RGIL 300 S. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

TAYLOR, EARL 1 2 37 S. W. 58th Oklahoma City, Okla.

TYLER, W I LLIAM Bethany, Okla.

TAYLOR, JOHN D. Box 745 Bethany, Okla.

ULRICH, M INNIE BLANCHE 303 N. College Bethany, Okla.

TAYLOR, ROBERT 62 3 Wanetta Bethany, Okla.

ULRICH, ROBERT 3 0 3 N. College Bethany, Okla.

WEIR, WAULEA 605 N. Peniel Bethany, , Okla.

TAYLOR, RUBY Bellview, N. Mex.

UNRUH, ERMA RUTH Route I Nevada, Mo.

WESA W, DELMER 720 N. Beaver Bethanv, Okla.

UNRUH, LEONA .CRACE Route 4 Hutchinson, Kans.

WETHERELL, DAN 308 Forest Joplin, Mo.

TAYLOR, RUTH ANN Bethany, Okla. TAYLOR, SHERMAN Bethany, Okla.

WATSON, NAOMI Post, Tex. WATTS, JUANITA 3 5 3 3 Indiana Kansas City, Mo. WEBBER, DAVID F. Oklahoma City, Okla.

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WILLIAMS, DILLON 1 0 8 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. WILLIAMS, DONALD FREDDIE Arnold, Nebr. WILLIAMS, DONALD WAYNE 208 N. College Bethany, Okla. WILLIAMS, MARY L. Oklahoma City, Okla. \VILLIAMS, ORVILLE 700 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. WILLIAMS, REBECCA Box 607 Many, La. WILLIAMS, ROBERT P. 509 Clearview Bethany, Okla. \VILLIAMS, STERLING 1 0 1 N. E. Main Bethany, Okla. V/ILLIAMS, TWILLA R. Bethany, Okla. WILLINGHAM, ELBERT 5 3 30 Pasco Kansas City, Mo. WILLISON, MAXINE 800 S . Oak 1 -Iolclenville, Okla. \VILSON, ARLENE 207 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

WILSON, 0. W . 3 2 1 3 N. W. Pioneer Oklahoma City, Okla. WILSON, RAYMOND L . 3 4 8 Thomas Port Arthur, Tex. WILSON, RETA Box 3 3 3 Antlers, Okla. WIMBERLEY, FRANCES Route 2 Muleshoe, Tex. WININGER, REBA Box 387 Freer, Tex. WOOD, FREDDIE GERALDINE 2 1 3 E . South I Iarrison, Ark. WOOD, MARGARETTE 52 I Harrington Little Rock, Ark. WOODCOCK, GEORGE 3 0 3 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. WOODCOCK, ALLEN St. Clair, Mo. WOOTEN, BOBBIE 608 Russell \Vest Helena, Ark. . WOOTEN, SHIRLEY Durant, Okla. WRESCHE, ROY LEE Sapulpa, Okla.

WYSS, LEON F . 29 1 0 Troost Kansas City, Mo. YOESEL, GERALD Route 1 Falls City, Nebr. YOUNG, ESTHER Dexter, Mo. •

ZIEBARTH, ELLIS 1 0 5 l Oth St. St. James, Minn. ZIMMERMAN, ROBERT P. Bethany, Okla.

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