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B UIL DING FOR T H E- F U T U R E Education on a college campus is more than the mere acquisition of knmdedge-more than lectures and books and class rooms and stolid facts. It is a period of growth and development; of building for a suc足 cessful, harmonious future; of preparation for the time when its generation must accept the leadership of its world . The 1 9 54 ARROW seeks to picture the phases of college life on Bethany-Peniel campus which strive to fulfill these aims of American education and bring them to fruition within each student. vVe have pictured in this volume the intellectual, spiritual, social, and physical developments which exert their influence to build and shape our students into responsible citizens of tomorrow. Recorded here are the contribu足 tions which B-P.C. has made during the 1 9 54 school year to the lives of its students.

T A B LE OF CONTENTS BUILDING INTELLECTUALLY

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BUILDING SPIRITUALLY

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Church Lectures Religious Organizations

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BUILDING PHYSICALLY

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For your patient guidance, for your eagerness and understanding, for your constant and steadying influence, for your encouragement, for all the "little" things which you did beyond your duties as sponsor, we, the ARRO\N staff of 1954, dedicate this yearbook to you ...

MRS. CAROL S. LUNDY

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D R . ROY H. CANT R E L L PRESIDENT

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T H E P R ESID ENT Dr. Roy H . Cantrell, President of our college, i s loved and appreciated by every member of the student body. He is an able leader, a true friend, an understanding counselor, and a devoted Christian. Dr. Cantrell came to our campus in 1947 from the superintendency of the Kansas District. Since that time his primary interest has been the upbuilcling of our college. He spends many hours each year touring the educational zone, promoting the interests of the school. An important asset in Dr. Cantrell's success is his wife. Much of the cultural aspect of our campus is clue to the guiding hand of Mrs. Cantrell, rightfully termed as "first lady of our campus." Capably serving as secretary to Dr. Cantrell is Miss Lois Merriam. She also acts as recorder for the Board of Tustees. Assisting in the President's office is Miss Patsy Pagan, who is responsible for the circulation of the school bulletin, TODAY AT B-P.C.

DR. AND MRS. CANTRELL

PATSY PAGAN

LOIS MERRIAM

Office Assistant

Secretary to the President

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BOARD OF TRU STEES Chairman V. H. Lewis Vice Chairman Janette Aycock

Secretary R. T. Williams, Jr.

Alumni Representative Paul Macrory

ABILENE DISTRICT

NORTH ARKANSAS DISTRICT

0. \V. Jenkins, Lubbock Amos R. Meador, Borger Dulan Clegg, Borger

J. W. Hendrickson, Conway Paul Watson, Springdale Boyd Hancock, Jonesboro

DALLAS DISTRICT

NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

Paul H. Garrett, Dallas Fletcher Spruce, Texarkana Clyde Ammons, Dallas

I. C. Mathis, Tulsa W. R. Donaldson, Muskogee Sam W. Nesmith, Cushing

HOUSTON DISTRICT

NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

V. H. Lewis, Houston W. C. Oliver, Texas City Odell Brown, Houston

J. T. Gassett, Ponca City E. S. Phillips, Bethany A. LeRoy Taylor, Bethany Paul Hoag, Bethany

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT

Janette Aycock, Kansas City A. Milton Smith, Kansas City Dean Baldwin, Springfield

Ponder Gilliland, San Antonio Hearne W. Spruce, San Antonio Gene Houghtling, San Benito

KANSAS DISTRICT

SOUTH ARKANSAS DISTRICT

Ray Hance, 'Wichita L. W. Godfrey, Hutchinson G. A. Gough, Wichita

W. L. French, North Little Rock Melza Brown, Little Rock W. Raymond McClung, North Little Rock

LOUISIANA DISTRICT

SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

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

Glenn Jones, Ada B. F. Neely, Bethany W. H. Dietz, Henryetta

NEBRASKA DISTRICT

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

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

W. T. Johnson, Duncan Earl Parden, Duncan Carl A. Dillard, Waurika

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DR. C. HAROL D RIPP ER De an of the Coll ege

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DR. FR ED FL OYD Head of the Dep artment of Histo ry

HARRY

L. CRAD D O CK Busin ess Man ager

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S. LUN Dy Associate Profess o r of En glish

E. BOYD SHANN O Dean of Students

R OBER T C. L AWRE NCE Ch airman o f t he Divisi on of

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Natural

Science

B U SIN ESS Serving our campus effectively in the capacity of business manager is Mr. Harry Craddock. Known the campus over for his understanding attitudes and true Christian spirit, Mr. Crad足 dock very efficiently manages to merge the gap between expenditures and income. He has charge of all. the official business of the college, yet manages to participate actively as a citizen of Bethany and as Sunday School Superintend足 ent of the College Church. One of the secrets of Mr. Craddock's success is the able assistance given him by members of his staff. Miss Ruth Newberry, office secretary,

HARRY L. CRADDOCK Business Manager

EVELYN MILBURN Office Assistant

RUTH NEWBERRY Secretary to the Business Manager

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OF FIC E diligently manages all the minute details of the office and Miss Evelyn Milburn assists with Veteran's affairs. Miss Florence Lundy is the competent accountant, managing the numerous financial particulars of . the college. Assisting with this work are M rs. Sarah Parker, Mrs. Ramona Sykes, and Miss Irma Lee Ross.

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FLORENCE LUNDY Accountant

IRMA LEE ROSS Office Assistant

SARAH PARKER Cashier

RAMONA SYKES Office Clerk

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D E AN OF T H E C OL L E G E Executing the duties of the Dean of the College is C. Harold Ripper. Falling under his jurisdiction is the setting up of curricula, hand足 ling of Selective Service Defem1ents, develop足 ing the testing program, and working in coop足 eration with the North Central Association. Dean Ripper is also head of the department of psychology and serves as counselor to those majoring in that field. His expert leadership and guidance are evidenced by the progress he has attained for our college since assuming the duties of Dean. Assisting Dean Ripper is his secretary, Miss Nadene Ripper, supervisor of audio-visual aids and the mimeographing department. Others

DR. C. HAROLD R IPPER

assisting in this office are Misses Zelia Glidden

Dean of the College

and Nella Sykes.

ZELLA GL IDDEN Office Assistant

NELLA SYKES Office Assistant

NADENE R I PPER Secretary to the Dean of the College

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DE A N O F S T U D E N T S Mr. E. Boyd Shannon, Dean of Students, is one of the best known personalities on our campus. His responsibilities include such duties as managing student affairs, counseling and guiding students, directing the Teacher Place足 ment Bureau, and teaching courses in chem足 istry and psychology. Dean Shannon participates actively in city politics, serving as mayor of Bethany. He is interested in the activities of the town, main足 taining the basic principles adopted by its founders. Sen揃ing as secretary to Dean Shannon the first semester was Miss June Newman. NO\v filling this position is Miss Beverly McAllister. Aiding in the Dean of Students' office are 1isses Betty Cherry and June McArthur.

E. BOYD SHANNON

Dean of Students

BEVERLY McALLISTER Secretary to the Dean of Students (Second semester)

JUNE NE\VMAN Secretary to the Dean of Students (first semester)

BETTY CHERRY Office Assistant

JUNE McARTHUR Office Assistant

O F F I C E O F T H E R E G IS T R A R

One of the most important positions on the campus is that of the Registrar. Filling this capacity is Dr. C. H. Wiman, whose 'duty it is to keep an accurate account of scholastic rec足 ords of every student. The Doctor of Divinity degree was conferred on Professor Wiman last year from this college because of the contribu足 tion he has made to the Church of the Naza足 rene. Before Dr. Wiman became a member of our faculty he served as a missionary in Japan and Peru. Also in the office of the Registrar is Mrs C. A. McConnell, recorder of college tran足 scripts and vital statistics. Secretary to Dr. Wiman is Miss Harriett Monroe, and assisting with the office work is Mrs. Nita Rae Bohanan.

DR. C. H. WIMAN Registrar

HARRIET MONROE Secretary to the Registrar

MRS. C. A. McCONNELL Recorder

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F IE L D R E P R ES EN T A T IVE

To interest high school students in our col足 lege and to give them an incentive to become a part of our student body, is the duty of Field Representative Curtis Smith. He is the mediator between the college and the consti足 tuencv. revealing the needs of our school to them. Rev. Smith, coming from Corpus Christi First Church, became a member of our admin足 istration in 1952. His success, since that time, is clue in part to his hard work and sincere love of young people. The average student sees little of Rev. Smith because of his busy schedule. Most of his time is spent touring the educational zone. However, his face is very familiar at district camp meet足

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Field Representative

the college.

\,VANDA NESMITH

Secretary to the Field RepresentatiYe

NITA BOHANAN Office Assistant to Registrar

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DIVISION

\VILLIS B. DOBSO I,

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Division of Humanities

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LESTER L. DUNN, M.Mus.

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Ph.D.

Division of Social Sciences

Division of Fine Arts

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C H AIRMEN

ROBERT G. LA\V"RENCE, M.A. Division of Natural Science

L. C. PHILO, B .D., M.A., D.D. Division of Philosophy and Religion

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A. McCO TNELL, A.B., Th .D. Dean Emeritus of Religion

ELIZABETH CROSS, A.B. Instructor English

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DONALD R. DANSKIN, M.A. Associate Professor Business

NAOlVII \VISLER DOBSON Instructor Voice

MAURINE DICKERSON, M.A. Assistant Professor English

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FRED FLOYD, Ph.D. Professor History HARVEY FINLEY, B.D. Assistant Professor Greek and Religion

RUTH FRITCH, M.S. Assistant Professor Home Economics

BLANCHE GARNER, M.Mus. Ed. Associate Professor Music Education and Piano

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JAMES R. GARNER, Ph.D. Professor Political Science and History EARL V. GREER, Ph.D. Professor Mathematics

J. PRESCOTT JOHNSON, M.S. Associate Professor Philosophy

GERALDINE M. HUHNKE, M.A. Assistant Professor Modern Language

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MARY CHELF JONES, M.Mus. Assistant Professor Voice LA \VSON JONES, M.Mus. Assistant Professor Music

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

ALICE B. LEWIS Instructor Voice

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CAROL S. LUNDY, M.A. Associate Professor English

DONALD S. METZ, B.D., M.A. Associate Professor Religion

HOMER D. PASCHALL, M.A. Instructor Natural Science

WESLEY G. MOON, Ecl.D. Professor Education

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JACK T. RA IRDON, M.A. Assistant Professor Social Science KATHRYN PASCHALL, A.B., B.S. Assistant Librarian Instructor Library Science

K ENNETH ROBINSON, B.D., M.S. Assistant Professor Speech

DORIS SCHUMANN, Instructor Speech

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DOROTHY R. SHELDON, M.A. Assistant Professor Education CONSTANCE SPRUCE, M.A. Assistant Professor Education and History

DORIS VAUGHAN, B.Mus. Instructor Piano

RUTH SEARS TAYLOR, B.Mus. Instructor Organ

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DONALD 'vV. WILSON, M.Ecl. Assistant Professor Physical Education ELIZABETH WILLIS, M.A. Librarian Assistant Professor Library Science

JESS ANDERSON, B.S. Special Business

THURMAN COBURN, M.A. Special Psychology

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ROBERT M. DILLON, M.Mus.Ecl. Special Band MRS. EARL GREER Special Home Economics

MRS. \VESLEY MOON, A.B. Special Mathematics

MAR JORIE HALE, B.S. Special Home Economics

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LESTER ROBSON, A.B. Special Art TRAVIS MULLINS, B.Mus.Ecl. Special Music Theory

JOHN ROSFELD, B.Mus. Special Piano

FRED V AUGI-IAN, B.S. Special Business

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LIBRARY

Kenneth Merrill enjoys the current art exhibit in the library.

Marge Hale and John Schubert inspect the psychology stacks.

B-P.C. students utilize library facilities.

Harold Tyler anxiously inquires about library fines.

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R ESID EN C E COUNS E LORS

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C AM P U S PERS ONNEL

EDDIE MILLER Superintendent of Grounds

MRS. KATIE DRE\VRY Dietician

DR. PAUL MACRORY School Doctor

MRS. JULIA \VYATT

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SENIORS

CLASS OF '54

Through the doors 路of Breese Hall have passed many students with varied personalities, but with one a1m-a better education. \'Vhen the class of '54 stood before the tower with the silver chimes ringing in their ears for the first time, their onl:- design was an education from a Christian college. Now, stepping from the halls to hear the Carillonic bells toll their last hour of collegiate activities, they go forth with high hopes for the future.

However, they will not forget the years spent on the campus of Bethany-Peniel college. Long hours of classes and studies-chapel-mail postings-cokes at the Drag-senior papers-these will all be remembered.

Activities of fond recollection sponsored by the class have been: an early morning breakfast at Camp Don Shelley, Freshman Banquet at Beverly's Hide-a-way, Sophomore Outing at Lake Murray, Junior \Vestern Party on the Canadian River, Junior-Senior Banquet at St. Luke's Methodist Church, Junior Outing at Camp Classen, Senior Southern Plantation Banquet, and the exciting Senior trip, where three clays were spent at Camp Classen.

Better prepared to accept the responsibilities placed on t)1eir shoulders by preceding generations, the Senior class of

'54, leaves the halls of B-P.C. tied together with bonds of close friendship.

CLASS OFFICERS RO\V

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Jim Perdue, Vice-President; Glen

Van Dyne, Chaplain; Benny Doggett, Student Council

Representative.

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Hagin, President; Marjorie Harrod, Treasurer; June McArthur, Secretary; Professor Robinson, Sponsor.

Cast of 'The Farmer's Daughter", a melodrama given by the senior class.

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S E NIO R S

MARGARET COE BASS, Tampa, Florida; A. B., Mathematics; Honor Society; Class Cheerleader. WENDELL BAXTER, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion.

PAUL AMBRO, St. Louis, Missouri; A. B., Psychology; Class Chaplain; Mission Band, Vice-President.

HENRY BLANCHARD, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion; Mission Band; Male Choir; Orchestra; I. R. C.; Prayer and Fasting.

SHIRLEY AYRES, Bethany, Oklahoma; B. Mus. Eel., A Cappella Choir; Music Club; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting, Secretary; F. T. A.

ITA RAE PERRYMAN BOHA A , Bethany, Oklahoma; B. S., Elementary Education; F. T. A.; Home Economics Club; Prayer and Fasting.

JAMES BAILEY, Greenville, Texas; A. B., Religion; Gospel Team; Mission Band. ANN HART BALDWIN, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., English; Gospel Team; Student Council, 'Secretary, Summer School; Vars路 ity Debate; ECHO Staff; ARROW Staff.

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C L ASS OF

1954

GLORIA BURKINSHA\V, North Sacramento, California; B. S., Elementary Education; F. T. A. JERALD BUSHMAN, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B. Religion.

ELSIE BONSER, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion.

GENEVA CHANDLER, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Speech. Not graduating in June.

BOB BRITT, Kansas City, Missouri; A. B., Psychology; Biology Club.

LUTHER CLEGG, Rotan, Texas; A. B., History; ECHO staff; F. T. A., Vice-President; Historical Society, Secretary-Treasurer; Class Cheerleader; Student Council; Track; Who's \Vho; AR足 ROW Editor.

DOTTIE WHITE BRYAN, La Junta, Colorado; B. S., Home Economics; F. T. A.; Home Economics Club, President; Off足 Zone Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Gospel Team. BILL BURCH, Melrose, New Mexico; A. B., Religion; Student Council President; Director of Religious Activities; "Who's \Vho (two years); "B" Club; Ministerial Association; Prayer and Fast足 ing; Gospel Team; Jamboree King.

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S ENIO R S

JOYCE COX, Norman, Oklahoma; A. B., History; Student's Art League, Vice-President; B-P.C. HISTORIAN, Editor; ARROW, Art Editor; Historical Society; F. T. A.; Orchestra; Decorations Chairman. LLOYD DIBBLE, Bethany, Oklahoma; B. S., Elementary Educa颅 tion; F. T. A.

BOBBY COLLINS, Laird Hill, Texas; A. B., Religion.

ALVIS DICKERMAN, !-Iiggins, Texas; A. B., Mathematics.

RONALD COOPER, Melrose, New Mexico; A. B., Biological

Science; Biology Club, President; ARROW Staff.

KEN DICK, Tulsa, Oklahoma; A. B., Psychology; Class Athletic Director; F. T. A., President; Biology Club; Speech Club; ''B" Club.

LEAl I DELL DICK, Des i\1oines, Elcmcntarv A C1ppclla

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lo\\'a; B. S. Education; F. T. A., President: Choir; Class Secrctan路; ECHO Staff.

COSTON, Bethanv, Oklahoma;

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Religion;

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Gospel

Bethanv,

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Team; Pravcr & Fasting.

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1954

ZELLA GLIDDEN, Glendale, Arizona; B. S., Home Economics; F. T. A.; I lome Economics Club; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team. KERNEY GRAHAM, Kaw Citv, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion; Prm-er and Fasting.

BENNY DOGGETT, Bartlesville, Oklahoma; B. S., Business Ad足 ministration; I. R. C., Secretary-Treasurer; Business Club, Presi足 dent; Student Council; Honor Society.

YVONNE GREEN, Augusta, Kansas; Th.B., Religion; Mission Band; Prayer and Fasting; Kansas Club, Secretary; Ministerial Association, Secretary; Bud Robinson Dorm Council.

\VANDA EASTMAN, Wichita, Kansas; B. S., Elementary Edu足 cation; F. T. A.

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

FRANK ELLIOTT, Aurora, Missouri; A. B., Philosophv; Prayer ' and Fasting; Philosophy Club, Vice-President; Mission Band; l'vlinisterial Association. JACK FEURTADO, Marshall, Texas; B. S., Business Economics; ECHO Business Manager; Band, President; Business Club; Music Club; Orchestra, President.

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S ENIO R S

GENEVA IIAMILTON, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; A. B. Speech; Bud Robinson Dorm Council; Mission Band; Prayer and Fasting; Honor Society; Omer Memorial Speech Award; ECHO Staff; ARROW Staff. 'v l !ARJORIE HARROD, Olton, Texas; B. S., Home Economics; ECHO Staff; ARRO\V Staff; Class Treasurer; Mission Band, President; Prayer and Fasting; Honor Society; Who's \Vho; 'v l leek Missionary Society; H6me Economics Club; F. T. A., Vice­ President; College Queen.

CORDOVA HAGIN, Bethany, Oklahoma; B. S., Elementary Education; Student Council, Vice-Presi-dent; Class Vice-Presi­ dent; ECHO Queen; ECHO Staff; Gospel Team, Secretary; Class President; Who's \Vho (two years).

CLARENCE HENEGER: Norman, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion; Gospel Team; Mission Band; Prayer and Fasting.

JAMES HAIR, Denison, Texas; B. S., Business Administration; Class Athletic Director; Business Club, Vice-President; "B" Club; Track.

ALVA IIERNDON, May, Oklahoma; B. S., Elementarv Educa· bon; Honor Society.

l\1ARJORIE IIALE, Miami, Oklahoma; B. S., Elemcntan· Edu­ cation. FRANK QUIRING, Bcthanv, Oklahoma; B. S., Education; Jamboree Team.

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CLASS OF 1954

CLARIECE

HOUSE,

Little Rock,

Arkansas;

Gospel Team, Secretary; F. T. A.; Business

Treble

Choir;

Club, Secretary;

Prayer and Fasting; Bud Robinson Dorm Council. DALE HUNTER, Shreveport, Louisiana; A. B., History; Histori足 cal Society; ECHO Staff.

NELDA HERRICK, Bethany, Oklahoma; B. S., Elementary Education; Honor Society.

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HENRY RAY JANZEN, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion.

RALPH HERRICK, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Speech; Band; "B" Club.

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WILLIAM JOHNSON, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion.

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RALPH HODGES, Mission, Kansas; A. B., Mathematics; Stu足 dent Council; ARROW Editor. JEANINE

HODGSON,

Bethany,

Oklahoma;

A.

B.,

Music;

A Cappella; Gospel Team; Mission Band; Prayer and Fasting; Meek Missionary Chapter, Vice-President.

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S E NIO R S

ANNA NELL KING, Sweetwater, Texas; A. B., Psychology; A Cappella; ECHO Staff; ARROW Staff; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team; Meek Missionary Society; Music Club. RICHARD K UTSON, Hastings, Nebraska; Th.B., Religion.

BARBARA" JO ES, Hutchinson, Kansas; B. S., Elementary Edu路 cation; Prayer and Fasting; Mission Band; Home Economics Club; F. T. A.; Honor Society.

NAOMI KRIGBAUM, Bartlesville, Oklahoma; B. Mus. Ed; F. T. A.; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team.

CHARLES JONES; Kansas City, Missouri; A. B., Religion; His路 torical Society, President.

VIRGINIA LAIN, Elk City, Kansas; A. B ., Religion.

CLAUDIA JONES, Bethany, Oklahoma; B .. S., Elementary Education. FRANCIS KELLEY, Beaumont, Texas; A. B., Religion.

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CLASS OF 1954

JOSEPH McDANIEL, Kansas City, Kansas; B. S., Biologv; Ilonor Society; Biology Club, Vice-President; ECHO Staff. BETTY i\!cFARLAND, Bethanv, Oklahoma; B. S., Home Eco足 nomics; Gospel Team; Home Economics Club; Bud Robinson Dorm Council President; Jamboree Queen; Praver and Fasting.

DOYCE LANDTROOP, Flonl, New l'v!exico; B. S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Class Athletic Director; F. T. A.; Prayer and Fasting; ''B" Club:

ALFRED McKINLEY, Cheyenne, Oklahoma; Certificate, Re足 ligion; Gospel Team; Ministerial Association; Prayer and Fasting.

CLAUDE LONG, Johnson, Kansas; B. S., Chemistry; "B" Club; Biology Club.

JA RIS McMANUS, Nashville, Tennessee; A. B., Economics; Business Club; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting.

BEVERLY McALLISTER, Alma, Arkansas; B. S., Business Edu足 cation; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; Class Cheerleader; Bud Robinson Dorm Council; Business Club. JUNE McARTHUR, Hobart, Oklahoma; B. S., Home Econom足 ics; F. T. A.; Home Economics Club; "B" Club, President; Class Secretarr; Bud Robinson Dorm Council; Who's \Vho; ECI-1 0 Staff; Oklahoma Club, Secretary; Most Valuable Player Award.

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SENIORS

VERTA MOYER, Lamar, Colorado; B. S., Elementary Educa足 tion; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team; A Cappella; Treble Choir, Secretary. BARBARA MURRAY, Wake Village, Texas; B. S., Elementary Education; ").'\" Club; F. T. A.; Mission Band; Music Club.

JANET MACKEY, Pueblo, Colorado; B. S., Education; Gospel Team; Class Cheerleader; F. T. A.; Librariarl.

ARTHUR MYERS, Hutchinson, Kansas; A. B., Philosophy; Prayer and Fasting; Gospel Team; Ministerial Association, Treas足 urer.

KENNETH MERRILL, Marshall, Texas; A. B., Philosophv; Honor Society, President; College Marshall; Philosophy Club, President.

NAOMI NEAL, Bethany, Oklahoma; B. S., Business Education; Gospel Team; F. T. A.

JOEL MILLER, Bethany, Oklal1oma; A. B., Religion; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; Ministerial Association; ECHO Staff. JAMES MOORE, Bethanv, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion.

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CLASS OF 1954

CARL PRENTICE, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion. GEORGE PRENTICE, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion.

PAUL ORNDOFF, Fayetteville, Arkansas; A. B., Religion.

CONNIE PRUITT, Enid, Oklahoma; B. S., Education; Gospel Team; F. T. A.; Music Club; I.R.C., Treble Choir; A Cappella Choir; Honor Society.

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ALl\1A RUTH PATTERSON, Abernathy, Texas; B. Mus. Ed.

SUZANNE RAISER, Craig, Missouri; A. B., Spanish; ''B" Club, Treasurer; F. T. A.; Historical Society; Bud Robinson Dorm Council; Honor Society; Mission Band, Program Chairman; Pravcr and Fasting; Meek 1issionary Chapter.

DOROTHY PENNER, Clinton, Oklahoma; B. S., Education: F. T. A.; Business Club; !\'fission Bane!. JAMES \V. PERDUE, Apache, Oklahoma; B. S., Chemistn·; Class Vice-President; Biology Club; Class Cheerleader.

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SENI ORS

Rr\CIIEL SAYRE, Cottonwood, Kansas; B. S., Elementary Education. KENNETH SCALES, Bethanv, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion.

JAl\1ES RICHIE. \Vichita, Kansas; A. B., Religion.

RICHARD SCHUMANN, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B , Psvchol­ ogy; ECIIO Editor; \Vho's \Vho; Prayer and Fasting; l\linisterial Association; College N. Y. P. S. President.

VIRGINIA ROGERS. llouston. Texas; B. Mus. Eel.; Class Sec­ retar\'; Music Club, Vice-President; Student Council, Secretan·; \\'ho's \\'ho.

\VEND ELL SCUDDAY, Brownfield, Texas; B. S.. Economics.

JOliN �OSFELD, Lake Charles, Louisiana; AdYanced \\·ork, Music Education. CORINDA ROUGEOU, Dallas, Texas; B. S., Business; Jerni­ gan I Iall Dorm Council; Business Club.

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CLASS O F 1954

KATHLEEN STARK, New London, Texas; B. S., !lome Eco­ nomics; Home Economics Club. CU-REE STO\VE, Post, Texas; B. S., Elementarv Education; F. T. A.; Gospel Team; ARROW Staff; Head Hostess; Prayer and Fasting.

KE!Tl I SEARS, Bethanv, Oklahoma; A. B .. Philosophy.

JOHN STROMAN, San Benito, Texas; B. S., Business Adminis­ tration; Business Club; Band.

LORA JANE SMITH, Portales, N<.:w l'vlexico; B. S., Education; �vlission Band, Sccretarv; Praver and Fasting; F. T. A., Treasurer; �1eck Missionary Society, Treasurer; Bud Robinson Dorm Coun­ cil.

CHARLES STROUD, El Reno, Oklahoma; A. B., RcJ.igion.

RICIIARD SNOW, Bethanv, Oklahoma; B. �'!us. Eel.; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; A Cappella; F. T. A. DARRELL SPOON, Trenton, Missouri; A. B., Religion; 'Gospel Team; Praver and Fasting.

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SENIORS

IIAROLD TYLER, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; A. B., Speech; Student Council, Vice-President; "B" Club; Track; Class Cheerleader; \\'ho's \Vho; Junior-Senior Banquet Toastmaster; ARRO\V, Business �lanager, Photographer. GLEN VAN DYNE, Independence, Kansas; A. B., Religion; Class Chaplain; Honor Society.

BILL SULLIVAN, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; A. B., Philosophy; Freshman, Sophvmore, Junior Class President; College Quartet; Ministerial Association; \Vho's \Vho; Prayer and Fasting.

VIRGINIA WILLIAMS, Kansas City, Missouri; B. S., mentary Education; F. T. A., Secretary.

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SYKES, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Religion.

ARSTON YVOODS, Bethany, Oklahoma; A. B., Spanish.

JERRY YOESEL. i\lission, Kansas; A. B., Math­ ematics; .. B" Club, President; ECIIO, Business i\ ' la nagcr. Spor ts Editor; Jamboree Team.

JANELLA TYLER, Bethanv, Oklahoma; A. B., English; Gospel Team; 1\llission Band.

VIRGIL TYLER. Betham, R ligion.

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J U N I O RS - C LASS O F '5 5

Last September for the third time, one h undred and fifteen ligh thearted classmates of the c;:lass of ' 5 5 began to descend on this campus with noisy, boisterous greeting for familiar scenes and faces . They had been engaged i n many different activities during the summer, but were now most anxious to get back to the fun, facts, and studies of life a t B-P . C .

The class returned this year with a . new sponsor, D r . L . C . Philo, directing the activities . T o begin the year with a bang, an Indian wienier roast was held along the banks of Canadian River. Then, with the coming of the Queen of Hearts banquet, we watched proudly as one of the young ladies of our class was crowned queen in the mystic forest of enchan t足 ment. As a further activity of the class, our unique lyceum program featured Symore Davis, man of varied personalities . Finally, as a climax to our most successful year, we honored the seniors with the Junior-Senior banquet at B everly's H ide足 a-way. It was a gala and festive occasion, as we were carried dreamily from "the lowly earth to the vaulted skies."

Now we are at the end of the third quarter of our role to be played at B-P . C . With only one quarter to go, we are looking forward to the final round of our college career with great expectancy of the future .

CLASS OFFICERS ROW 1 : Dorothy H ol comb, Secretary; Mary Jo Scott, Treasurer . ROW 2 : Sam Edmonds, President; Dr. Philo, Sponsor; Dwight B ugh , Student Council

R e p r e s e n t a t i v e;

Maurice

Moore, Vice-Presiden t .

Franz Shubert ( Robert Hale ) sings to Teresa ( Mary Jo Scott ) from the life of Shubert enacted at the Junior-Senior banquet.

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JUNIORS

Paul Aldrich Dwight Bass

Maurice Moore grabs his share of food at Junior party

Edger Bibb John Bogart Vernon Brockman Robert Bryan

Dwight Bugh Park Burkhart Betty Cherry Mary Nell Knight

Eva Mae Cope Pat Courtney Eli Cypert Jeanne Cypert

Sandy Damewood Lavern Day Ann Dodson Samuel Edmonds

CLASS OF 1 955

Tommy Elkins Geraldine Evans

Carolyn Millican and Patsy Robinson do weekly laundry

Buddy Farr Belva Jean Flanding Bobbie Folsom Emil Garnett

J. D. Gillham Herb Goode Teddy Goulden Paul Hagemeier

Robert Hale Charles Helsel Dean Hess Shelda Hodgson

James Hokada Dorothy Holcomb Lowell Holland Dale Horton

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JUNIORS

Virginia Hunter Charles Ice

Jernigan HaJJ's prize winning decoration in Jamboree contest

Della Ingle DeJuana Jarrell Dick Jarrell Emanuel Kehr

Jean Knutson Auleen Lamb Harry Lamb Rose Lamar

James Langford Jack Leverich Faye McCraw Wendell McGraw

Bill McNabb J. R. Martin Reba Middleton Carolyn Millican

CLASS OF 1 955

Orville Mobley Jackie Moore

Heartpal Week chairman, Jim Posey, expresses appreciation to Joyce Cox for out-s tanding decorations

Maurice Moore Floyd Myers James Nichols Jim Noffsinger

Dick Osborne Nola Joyce Owens Sydnalea Owens Richard Pershall

Jo Anne Petty Jennis Phillips Umsted Pitts Virginia Pitts

James Posey Gloria Ramquist Betty Ray James Rhoden

JUNIORS CLASS OF 1 955

Geo'rge Robertson

Irma Lee Ross Evelyn Rousselle

Students en;oy annual C--lmstmas_Ban q uet

Eula Mae Scales Mary Jo Scott Alfred Sloan Marion Snowbarger Lloyd Speicher

Charles Stuart Ruby Taylor Myrna Teague Kenneth Terry Ruth Unruh

Grace Unruh Bill Vaughn Mary Jo White lmagene Ward Donald Williams

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W. Wilson

Frances Wimberley Pal Wright Alfreda Wuester Robert Zimmerman

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S O PH O M O RES - C LASS O F ' 5 6 Renewed in strength and vigor, the Sophomores returned last September to begin their second year on the campus of B-P . C . Familiar scenes and faces from the previous year erased all traces of timidity and "greenness " . Beginning the year with eagerness, the Sophomores plunged enth usiastically into Freshma n initiation, where they were now the victors, rather than the vanquished. B u t after sufficiently humbling the new recruits, the hatchet was buried in an impressive ceremony, and all pledged to work together for a successful year.

Class athletics were an important factor in the Sophomore progra m . Under the direction of sponso·r and coach

Jack

Rairdon, the boys' basketball team was able to win first place in both the REV E I LLE E C H O Tournament and the class competition s .

T h e Sophomores decided against t h e traditional banquet in favor of an outing at Price's Falls. A s t h e buses were boarded in the early morning a drizzling rain failed to dampen the high spirits of the group . After arriving a t the Falls, Mrs . Drewry quieted ravenous appetities with food of both quality and quantity. Activities during the day incl uded wading, h iking, and frolicing together. Finally, as the sun began to s et, the weary Sophomores turned h omeward to resume their places of responsibility . Closing the secon d volume of "College Activities of the class of ' 56", the Sophomores will return as to edit the third vol ume in this series .

CLASS OFFICERS ROW 1 : Tom B oyd, President; Dale Tuttle, Vice-President; Robert Parker, Student Coun­ cil Representative.

ROW 2 :

Shirley

Stang­

eland, Secretary; Professor Rairdon, Sponsor; Melba Lynn Neal, Treasurer.

Sophomore Outing.

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J uniors

SOPHOMORES Raymond Adams George Adkins Helen Aldrich Norma Jane Allen

D'oris Ammons Martha Anderson Robert Anderson Freeda Archer

Dorothy Armstrong Gayland Aubrey George Biggs Dennis Bloomer

Marvin Bond W.

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Boomer

Robert Barron Verla Bowman

Chicken served "Southern" style by "Suhs an' Missis" at Senior Plantation banquet

Arlyne Brown Loreta Broyles

Tom Boyd

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CLASS OF 1 956 Elieen Bryan Robert Bumpus Mary Burns Naomi Carrigan

Charles Case Roland Cason Louise Cline Esta Clippinger

Alice Cloud Wilbur Cogdill Kenneth Coker Elizabeth C oker

Grace Craig Barbara Davis Clytis Davis Nancy Davis

"Prince" Harold Tyler fits glass slipper to "Cinderella" Ann Dodson

Richard Davis Melvyn Davy

Betty Honea

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SOPHOMORES Bobbie Diffee Robbie Diffee Lillie Dirksen Carrie Dittmeyer

Madolyn Douglas Gerald Dryden Yvonne Edwards Norman Enterline

Darlene Farmer Ernie Farmer Nancy Fields Barbara Gaddy

Duane Gardner Jim Gardner Don Gassett Myrlene Goodno

Shirley Christy holds her own in snowball fight

Barbara Goodson Eileen Guidi

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CLASS OF 1 956 William Haltom Amos Hann Bill Harris Alta Herndon

Kenneth Herrick Opal Hess Darlene Hicks Marvin Hocker

Gerald Hogan June Holland Bobby Hoover Elizabeth Howard

Mary Lou Kastner Doris Kehr John W. Kelly Allyn Kennedy

Twilight and the rose garden provide sufficient inspiration for Kiddy Howard and Bill Sullivan

Tommy Kennedy Rhetta Key

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SOPHOMORES Marilee Kinne Althea Kohnk Alfreda Kotwitz Howard Ledbetter

John Lepper Grqham Lukens Beverly Lundy James Lytle

Luella McCaslin Mary Lou McGraw Roger McGuire Vesta McReynolds

Wilmer Malcolm Evangeline Manwarren Darrell Matney Gene May

Roy Simpson seeks aid of fellow students in Western "Civ" difficulties

Verna Mikkelson Anna Milburn

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CLASS OF 1 956 Shirley Mobley Harriett Monroe Wesley Moore Karlos Morgan

Melba Lynn Neal Perry Nee! Diane Neely Dwight Neuenschwander

Richard Newton Elsie Noguchi Milton Osborne Patsy Pagan

Leon Pelley Janelle Phillips Carolyn Puckett Barbara Pugh

Kitchen work is enjoyed by Lenora Turner, Nancy Fields, and Nana Yamamoto

Lena Lou Pulliam John Reese

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SOPHOMORES Miriam Reinhold Patsy Robinson Verlyn Ross Dorothy Schauer

Glen Scheiern John Schubert Charlotte Shackelford Wayne Sharpton

Arden Sickenberger Earl Skinner Lenore Sloan

Lucille Sloan Wilma Fay Smith

Fleta Henbest encourages "tall tales" of Wendell McGraw

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CLASS OF 1 956 Carson Snow Norma Sue Springer Shirley Stangeland Evangeline Steele

Marshall Stewart James Stringer Martin Sullivan Beverly Suttle

Carolyn Swim Nella Sykes Richard Timmer

Helen Turner Galen Townsend

Benny Doggett, Karlos Morgan, and Frank Elliott beautify campus

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SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 1 956 Leanora Turner Dale Tuttle Forrest Tyler Kenneth VanOstrand

Jo Waldron Don Wetherell Dolores Wiens Lorane Wiley

Delma Jean Williams Jo Ann Williams Judy White

Leon Wyss Ellis Ziebarth

Dick Haltom begins early training for baseball season

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FRES H M EN - C LASS O F '5 7 It was with mingled emotions of loneliness, fear, adventure, and expectancy, tha t we, the freshmen class of 1 9 54, came trooping to the B-P . C . campus in September.

After the tears of homesickness had died away, and the harrowing days of registration were over, with moans, groans, and much laughter, we were ushered into our initiation . Then came the settling down more sanely into our college routine of classes and studies .

Immediately, the members of our. class began to make a place for themselves in the various fields of athletics . Proudly, with triumphant shouts, we watched as the girl's basketball team was awarded first place in the REVEI LLE ECHO Tournament.

Along with studies, classrooms, and lectures, there came lighter moments as decked out in costumes for a gala and festive masquerade party in the new Student Union B uilding. Then as a fitting climax to our year, we banqueted

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dreamy "Garden of Enchantment", the first class to hold its banquet in the new Student Union B uilding.

Under the able leadership of Professor Fred Floyd, the class has worked together developin g in each phase of our col足 lege motto : Character-Culture-Christ. With an anticipating sparkle in our eyes, we are looking forward to the three remainin g years to be spent on the campus of this educational institution .

CLASS OFFICERS ROW 1 : Paul Edmonds, President; Chuck Har足 per, Student Council Representative; Larry Flood, Vice-president. ROW 2 : Beverly Emmert, Treas足 urer; Professor Floyd, Sponsor; Shirley Edwards, Secretary.

Speaker's table at the Freshman Banquet.

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FRESHMEN Jimmie Aaron Alice Abraham Yvonne Adams Eulene Akin路 Marjorie Alexander

Shirley Alexander Harold Allen Robert Allen Janelle Alllmons Garland Anneler

Lowell Arndt Nadine Arndt Robert Atkinson Nell Atwood Helen Austin

Orville Bailey Charles Baldwin Frank Baldwin Robert Barker Patricia Barham

Jamboree cheering s q uad is saddened as the Alumni whip ahead

Tom Battin Shirley Bauder

Norman Baughn LeNore Baxter

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CLASS OF 1 957

Shirley Baxter Robbie Beaver

Sam Bell Shirley Bell

Bob Bolton checks schedule for next ferry

Eunice Bettes Harold Boldt Bob Bolton Donna Bond Ruth Bond

Juanita Bowman Betty Brannon Patsy Braudaway Joan Brown Lela Brown

Doris Bumpus Delores Burns Jerry Burns Ronald Burroughs Ramona Campbell

Robert Campbell Della Jo Carpenter Charlene Carrick Wanda Carrigan Lewis Carter

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FRESHMEN Wanda Carter Thomas Cash Elmer Chandler Freddy Cheveallier Gwenon Childress

Shirley Christy Georgia Clark Norma Clifton Frances Collins Bert Cook

Molly Copeland Eula Pearl Coston Oscar Coston Arlis Coy Imagene Crabb

Carolyn Crawford Jan Crawford Ronald Crosley Claude Cypert Alyce Davis

Gaines, \Vyss, Bond, and Huff harmonize for the Abilene District Motorcade

Harold Davis Lee Davis

Ruth Davis Shirley Davidson

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C LASS OF 1 95 7

Louise Dean Bill DePrater

Carolyn Dodgen Roy Dorris

Beginning of a new semester brings new faces to our campus

Jack Driscoll Merrelle Duree Paul Edmonds Shirley Edwards Vincent Ellis

Ben Ellison Ruth Elrod LaRon Emerson Beverly Emmert Barbara Evans

Weldon Ferguson Donald Firestone Phyllis Fisher Ellen Fitzgerald Iretha Flanagan

Lilas Flanagan M. C. Fleming Larry Flood Rachel Floyd Kay Fortner

FRESHMEN Mary Foster Lou Ann Fox Harold Franklin Patricia Franklin 'Paul Gaines

Tommy Gaines Gene Galbraith Lura Gann Irma Lee Garnand J oye Getsinger

Bob Gigout Ray Gill Vonciel Gordon Marlene Graham Burton Gray

Marji Greve Fayra Hager Jo Ann Hale Bobbie Haley Martha Hall

"Water Can't Quench the Fire of Love" of Jo Ann Hale and Shirley Bell

Mildred Hammar Jim Hammond

Neal Hanlon Chuck Harper

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CLASS OF 1 957

Harry Harris Suzanne Harris

Glenna Faye Harrison Nelva Hebard "Flight of the Bumble Bee" is traced by Suzie Patzel on the marimba

Elmer Helfenbein Bob Helsel Fleta Henbest John Hendricks Lula Hendrix

Robert Herrick Barbara Hickman Stanley Hicks Kendall Hight Ruth Hines

Geraldine Hinkle Hilda Hogan Dean Horton Jacqueline Hoxsey Jerry Hull

David Huff Gerald Human Sarah Humphry Walter Isaacs -

Clem Jarvis

FRESHMEN Robert Jernigan lola Johnson Lloyd Keith Berniece Kendrick Lloyd Kendrick

Reba Keys orwood King Shirley King Joyce Kirk Lester Knight

Melva Knippers Barbara Kreie Edwina L�ngford Margaret Langheld Violet Lashley

Clynelle Lawrence Ruth Ann Lay Virginia Livingston Kenneth Long Gladys Love

Typical B.-P. C. welcome is given Abilene District Motorcaders

Walter Lunsford Kenneth Luther

Florine Lutze

CLASS OF 1 957

Ruthie McCaskill Berneitta McCormack

Cliffie McCurley Marilyn McGuire

Freshmen initiation helps dispel cobwebs and dust in SUB

Roberta Mcintosh Ruby McKaughan Clifton McNabb Bob Madison Glenda Maddux

Eleanor Manbeck Barbara Mann Howard Manwarren Ronald Mercer Sue Merrill

Evelyn Milburn Barbara Minchew Bobby Mitchell Bob Moore Harold Wayne Moore

Wayne Murrow Dwight Neal Dean Neff Gypsy Nehrbass Wanda Nesmith

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FRESHMEN Eunice Noffsinger Howard Oliver Barbara Owens William Oxner Monte Page

VaLeta Parrish Franees Parker Eva Nell Patterson Eileen Patzel Dale Paul

Bill Penquite Charles Peters George Petry Ruth Pierce Harry Pierce

Bonnie Pippert Rodney Pitts Wanda Pope Roberta Posey Janice Price

Backstage Council meeting of Freshmen officers Flood, Parker, Edmonds, Harper, and Emmert

Arlene Pruett Ruth Pugh

Lurline Raymer Lois Reavis

CLASS OF 1 957

Darryl Reed Bobby Rhodes

Deene Rice Judy Ridley

Japanese students en;oy first meal on campus with Hawaiian friends

Roger Riggs Ruth Riley Franklin Roberts Joanne Rogers Kenneth Rogers

Rosalie Rose Grace Sauer Harry Schoenhals Ardith Schuler Grazelle Scott

Johnny Selemon Mary Lou Sells Lucille Seeton Bobbie Seymore Chester Shafer

Luphelia Sharpton Melba Shelley Dale Shott Henry Sickels Norene Simmons

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FRESHMEN Roy Simpson Bill Sipes Dorothy Sloan Frank Sloan Benny Slusher

Dixie Joy Smith Gwendolyn Smith Joy Smith Wilma Glee Smith Lee Sneyd

Louis Snively Bob Snuggs Jim Snyder Glenn Sparks LaDonna Sparks

Norma Stahly Alta Stallings Ruth Stangeland Flo Ann Starks George Stevenson

Carolyn Crawford and Connie Pruitt enioy Christmas in the dorm,

as

well as at home

C)larles Strawn Alice Taylor

Clayton Taylor Nadine Taylor

CLASS OF 1 957

Glenda Teague Bythella Theus

Maridell Tombaugh Jim Tracy

Bob Helsel and Ruth Woods enthrall student body with Freshmen chapel program

Delores Trimble Marian Truax Kenneth Turner Grace Twining Lester Unruh

Arrena Vaughn Bob Viser Lavonna Ware Harold Webster Lyle West

Ruth Ann Wilkinson Amos Williams Robert Williams Virginia Williams 2\rless Wilson

Mary Lou Wittler Ruth Woods Clara Womack Irma Jean Wright Clyde Wynn

Glenna Yarbrough Roy Young

Henry Zaleta

The center of attraction at Junior Party-FOOD!

SPECIALS

Dorothy Aldrich Lee Bowman Vernon Collins

Betty Ice Sue Langford Ruby Leverich

Barbara Miyanishi Joan Myers Evonne Neuenschwander

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THIS

PUBLICATION

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PUBUCATION

NOT

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O F A. N. MARQUIS a CC::. , " W H O ' S WHO IN A M E RICA"

H. P E T T U S R A N D A L L EDITOR

"Z?JuJeafa_:J:,x tlfaba1na Novemb e r 2 ,

1953

Mr . Joe C ollege

General Delivery

B e thany ,

Oklahoma

Dear Sir : You were re c ommended t o us r e c ently for r e c o gnition in the 1953- 54

Edi t i o n of WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERIC AN UNI�TERS ITIES & COLLEGES . It i s a pleasure t o t ell you that your nominat ion has been a c c e pt e d .

The student s r e c o gnized in WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI ­

VER S ITIES & C OLLEGES each year are nominat ed from approximat ely 6 5 0 c ol ­

l e g e s and universit i e s . c ons ider ,

Campus nominating c ommit t e e s are inst ructed t o

i n making the i r s el e c t ions ,

the student ' s scholarship ; h i s c o ­

operat i on and leadership in academic and ext racurr i c ular act i v it i e s ; hi s c i t i zenship and s e rv i c e t o the school ; h i s prom i s e of future usefulne s s .

WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES & C OLLEGES awards

each member a c e rt if i cate of r e c ognit ion , at graduat ion or earl i e r in the year .

honor program is the placement s e rvi c e , i o r s and graduat e s .

pre sent ed on the campus e ither

An ad j unct t o our int e rnat i onal

c onducted for the bene fit of s en ­

There i s no c o st t o t h e student for inclusion in t h e

publ i cat ion o r f o r any s e rvi c e s rendered by t h e o rganizat ion .

Before you fill in the blank forms t hat a c c ompany this lett e r , read the Instruct ion She et ;

please

this sheet explains the nature of each form

and the purpo se for whi ch it will be used . c omplete your forms carefully ,

It is your re spons ibility t o

part i c ularly the two B i ography Blanks , and

t o mail your c ompleted forms t o thi s offic e promptly .

So there will ·be

no chan c e of omi s s ion , we r e c ommend that your forms be returned within ten days .

Our staff wishes t o add it s c ompliment s t o those you have r e c e ived

on the campus and t o ext end you a c o rd ial welcome .

We hope you will

c onsider t h i s re cognit i on a small reward for work well done and an en­ c o uragement for the future .

S inc e rely yours ,

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BILL BURCH Bill, twice elected to Who's Who, has previous足 ly served as Student Council president. He is a religion major and for the past year was director of the religious activities. Bill hails from Melrose, New Mexico.

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C O R D O VA H A G I N The senior class president is another second time selectee for Who's Who. Cordova is an education major and calls Bethany home. Last year she served in the capacity of Student Council vice-president.

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HAROLD TYLER Harold, a speech major, is from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He has been photographer for both student publications. For the past year, he has served as Student Council vice-president and business man足 ager of the ARROW.

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J U NE M cA RTH U R The president of the women's B Club, June, li.as been selected for the second time as a mem足 ber of Who's Who. She has served as secretary for her junior and senior classes. June is a home economics major from Hobart, Oklahoma.

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BILL SULLIVAN From Pine Bluff, Arkansas, comes Bill, a religion major. He has been a member of the A Cappella choir. and a college quartet. He was president of his freshman, sophomore, and junior classes.

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MARJORIE HARROD Marjorie, a home economics major from Olton, Texas, is a called missionary. She is a member of Phi Delta Lambda and was named college queen last year. She has served as president of Mission Band and is treasurer of the senior class.

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LUTHER CLEGG Editor of the ARROW, Luther, comes from Rotan, Texas. In previous years he was associate editor of this publication. Luther is majoring in history.

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BETTY CHERRY Secretary of the Student Council is Betty. She is a member of the Phi Delta Lambda and is reporter for the junior class. Betty is an education major and comes from Abilene, Kansas.

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MARION SNOWBARGER Marion from Sylvia, Kansas, is president of the Student Council. He is an A Cappella choir mem足 ber, and was president of the sophomore class last year.

J I M PO SEY Jim is the editor of the REVEILLE ECHO. He has served as representative to the student Council, and is a member of the Phi Delta Lam足 bda. Jim is a native of Wellington, Texas, major足 ing in political science.

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BUILDING SPIRITUALLY

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Rev. and Mrs. Phillips, Clara, Karen, and Betty J ean in front of the new parsonage.

T HE COL LEG E CH URC H The most important aspect o f an individual's development is the spiritual phase of his life. Along with the intellectual attainment provided by our campus, there is also the opportunity "

to develop those ethical and moral qualities essential to a Christian life. The College Church stands as a shelter to all students of B-P.C., and its pastor, Rev. advisor and sympathetic friend.

E. S.

Phillips, serves as ready

DR. E. S. PHILLIPS Pastor

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CH U RCH

MRS. E . S. PHILLIPS N.F.M.S. President

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ELI CYPERT Youth Director

SHIRLEY NEWMAN Church Secretary

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P E R S O N N EL

M INNIE BLANCHE ULRICH Office Assistant

DICK SCHUMANN Church Visitor

ROBERT GREEN Minister of Christian Education

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C H URC H MUSIC

LESTER L. DUNN Director of Music

Presentation of the annual Messiah under the direction of Lester L. Duan.

Soloists in the presentation of the Messiah : Geron Brown, Evelyn Robinson, Mabel Sonnevik, Gene Chambers.

RUTH TAYLOR Church Organist

MARGARET DUNN Church Pianist

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S U N DA Y S C H O O L AND N . Y . P : S.

HARRY L. CRADDOCK Sunday School Superintendent

ELSIE NOGUCHI Sunday School Secretary

JAMES GILBERT N.Y.P.S. President

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REVIVALS AND CONVENTIONS

REV. ROBERT WOOD Fall Opening Convention

REV. JOHN LOGAN Fall Revival

REV. PAUL MARTIN Spring Opening Convention

DR. SAMUEL YOUNG Spring Revival

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CHAPEL

MR. GEORGE REED Member of National Parole Board

DR. GEORGE FRAME President of Hurlet Nazarene College, Scotland

MISS CRANE Missionary from British Honduras

DR. BASIL MILLER Author and Lecturer

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SPEAKERS

DR. S. T. LUDWIG General Church Secretary

REV. WILLIAM FISHER Evangelist

MR. AND MRS. CHRIS DUTTS Oklahoma University students from India

REV. C. S. JENKINS Missionary from Africa

CHAP E L S P EAKERS

REV. RONALD BISHOP Missionary from British Honduras

MISS CHRISTINE SPURLIN Missionary from Egypt

REV. AND MRS. HIROSHI KITAGAWA Missionaries from Japan

DR. L. J . DU BOIS General N.Y.P.S. President

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AYC O C K LECT U R ES

DR. HOWARD HAMLIN

The Aycock lectures are sponsored each semester by Dr. and Mrs. Janette Aycock and their son-in-law and daughter, Whitcomb and Maridel Harding. Dr. Aycock decided to sponsor the lectures a number of years ago when he lived in Bethany. Since that time he has selected many outstanding speakers who have given students practical advice for Christian living.

DR. ALLAN MILLER

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G OSPEL TEAM

Each Thursday evening Gospel Team assembles in the upper church auditorium. Then� follows a program of inspirational and devotio�al worship which provides a spiritual boost for all those who attend. Gospel Team furnishes an opportunity for potential ministers, music directors, and Christian workers to make practical appli­ cation of those fundamentals acquired in the classroom. At the same time it provides spiritual blessings through President J D. Cook Vice-President --------------------Tom Boyd Secretary Clariece House -------------------------

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its victorious testimonies, its inspirational music, and the words of His spokesmen.

MISSION BAND

Mission Band is an organization composed of the missionary-minded students on the campus. However, it is not necessary that one feel a call to foreign service in order to be a member of this organization. The weekly services are held on Thursday evening in the college church. The soul-enriching, heart-stirring, and inspirational services attract a large number of at足 tendants. The informative programs are on home mis足 sion work, as we11 as that in foreign lands. In addition to regular services, tours to surrounding churches are conducted in the interest of missions. Each year this organization works with the general missionary program of the Church of the Nazarene in a special project for missions. It was their privilege this year to help buy household equipment for Don and Adeline Owens, former students of B-P.C., who are going as missionaries to Korea.

President Marjorie Harrod Vice-President Pat Courtney Secretary ------------------------Janie Smith Treasurer Myrlene Gooclno _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ ___

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MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION

The Ministerial Association has for its purpose the preparing of the ministerial studen �s on the campus for their life's work. This is done directly through study of actual experiences, and vicariously through the lec­ tures of outstanding guest speakers. Twice monthly the future ministers assemble for an informative program on problems peculiar to .the ministry. The Association has finished another progressive year President Vice-President Secretary Chaplain Sponsor

Park Burkhart Jim Gardner Yvonne Green Richard Newton Dr. King

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under the capable direction of Dr. King. Through the organization, many students have become better pre­ pared to fill their places in life's highest calling.

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ROW l : Park Burkhart, Dr. King, Yvonne Green, Dick Newton. RO\V 2 : Frank Elliott, Joe Miller, Jim Gard­ ner, Bill Burch, Karlos Morgan, Amos Hann, Harry Baldwin, Charles Stuart, George Stevenson.

PRAYER AND FASTI N G

Each Friday noon the student body gathers in the church auditorium for an hour of prayer and fasting. There is no organized membership, but any student vv路ho wishes to spend the hour in reverence and devotion attends . The services are devoted to testimonies, prayer, and scripture reading. Occasional special speakers enrich the program throughout the year. The climatic service of the year is the Rose Service at the final meeting of Prayer and Fasting. Here each student presents

a

rose as a tribute to those persons

whose lives have aided and encouraged them through颅 out the year.

President

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Maurice Moore

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Shirley Ayres

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Professor Finley

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JAMBOREE C O R O N AT I O N

Attendants await revelation of contents of massive basketball.

Queen Betty McFarland and attendants : Jerry Yoesel, Frank Hagin, Bill Burch, Beverly Emmert, Janet Mackey, Eunice Noffsinger, June McArthur, Ernie Farm足 er, Bob Bryan.

King Bill Burch crowns Betty McFarland queen of the Jamboree Home Coming .

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King and Queen of Hearts reign in Magic Forest of Enchantment.

King Marion Snowbarger presents Queen Ann Dodson bouquet of roses.

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R EV E I L L E E C H O C O R O N AT I O N

King Yoesel searches below the coral reefs for the Treasure Chest containing the Echo Queen.

The Treasure Chest opened reveals its hidden jewels : Echo Queen and her attendants.

King Yoesel crowns Virginia Rogers the treas足 ure of the student body of B-P.C.

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LESTER L. DUNN Tenor

DORIS VAUGH� Pianist

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MARY CHELF JONES Contralto

BLANCHE GARNER Pianist

LAWSON JONES Pianist

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S PE E C H R E C I TA L S

HAROLD TYLER Cyrano de Bergerac

GENEVA HAMILTON Galilean

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LYC E U M S

JUNIOR LYCEUM Seymour Davis

STUDENT COUNCIL LYCEUM James Neilson Vera Neilson Clarence Burg

SENIOR LYCEUM Lawson Jones Mary Chelf Jones

SENIOR LYCEUM

"THE M INOR MIRACLE" Amos Williams Harold Tyler Clarence Parker Bill Burch

"OVER THE TEACUPS" Sandy Damewood Bobbie Diffee

"THE MONKEY'S PAW" Geneva Chandler Maurice Moore Bill Sullivan

QUARTETS AND TRIOS

Dick Osborne, Tinker Oyler, Bill Sullivan, Robert Hale.

Eva Mae Cope, Bobbie Folsom, Virginia Rogers.

Walter Isaacs, Jim Noffsinger, Lester Knight, Dick Haltom.

QU ARTETS AND TRIOS

Paul Gaines, Dean Neff, Charles Strawn, David Huff

Eulene Akin, Elizabeth Smith, Helen Aldrich.

\ Myrlene Goodno, Grace Unruh, Yvonne Edwards.

Paul Gaines, Carl Baggett, Bill Burch, Maurice Moore.

A D A Y O N T H E C A M P U S O F 8 - P. C.

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Supper at 5 : 30 . And then to work . . . .

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Devotions before retiring . . . .

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Dottie Bryan comes to the aid of her thirsty husband, Bob.

Jackie Kennedy provides a delectable meal for Allyn after a hard day's work.

Darlene Farmer enlists the aid of Ernie in clearing away the dinner dishes.

Preparation of Sunday dinner is a "family affair" for Dick and DeJuana Jarrell.

James and Sue Langford select a book for an evening of reading together.

A difficult study session is concluded with a mid足 night snack by Ken and Leah Dell Dick.

Dwight Bass assists Margaret with her senior paper by proof reading her final copy.

June and Lowell Holland end their day with family devotions.

Lee and Margaret Sneyd check the contents of the sugar bowl before going shopping.

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W OMEN'S

Bud Robinson and Jernigan Hall. Sue Merrill, Connie Pruitt, and Marjorie Harrod crease their wardrobes in spare time.

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Fletta Henbest assists Barbara Minchew in nightly ordeal of hair setting.

Bud Robinson girls peruse Modern Bride as Mrs. Jobe looks on.

Betty Cherry displays new formal for group of admiring onlookers.

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MEN'S

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Richard Davis does outside reading for Christian Doctrines.

Gene Galbraith engages in usual activities. Howard Oliver and Claud Cypert indulge in midnight snack.

DORMS

Wyss reads the latest happenings on the mission field to Wilson and Baggett.

Nothing can divert the attention of Moore, Hoover, and Bloomer on Saturday night.

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Nothing Kirby and Anderson do seems to arouse Stroman.

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Geneva Chandler and Bill Sullivan in the "Monkey's Paw".

Bill Vaughn and Ruth Wood pause in their "Old Fashioned Walk".

Chuck Harper portrays "Rheumatism".

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The stage cast of "An Old Fashioned Walk".

Harold Tyler, Clarence Parker, and Bill Burch await sight of land in "The Minor Mircale".

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P A RT I ES

Seniors banquet in "Southern Plantation".

Western music at the Junior party.

Hero captures vi11ian to rescue lover and family at Senior party.

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Wide open spaces are conducive to western music.

Accompanied by LaDonna Sparks & Charles Strawn, Ken Dick sings "Take an Old Col' Tater and Wait" for Arrow staff party.

Virginia Rogers, Happy Chandler, and Ronnie Cooper give visual demonstration of school regu足 lations at All-School Get-Acquainted party.

Professor Dunn, Dick Osborne' Robert Hale Bill Goodson, and Jim Noffsinger entertain a t unior Indian party.

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FRESHMAN BANQUET

Speaker Ponder Gilliland delights audience with a humorous story.

Ruth Elrod, Melba Shelley, and Lou Ann Fox enter足 tain with musical lyrics.

Dignitaries dine before the "Garden of Enchantment".

A group of lovely ladies discuss the elaborate banquet decorations. The magic of the "Garden of Enchantment" brings smiles of approval from freshmen guests. 1 4f\

S O PH O M O RE O U T I N G

Sophomores cross creek in bare feet.

Breakfast chow line provides sustenance for a vigorous morning.

Return home weary and spent, but with wann memories of a wonderful outing.

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JUNIO R-SENIOR BA N Q U ET

Emcee Maurice Moore and Mary Lou Kastner discuss artistic banquet decorations.

Guests of the evening, Dr. and Mrs. Phillips and Dr. and Mrs. Cantrell.

Senior Class officers table.

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Guests enjoy jokes of toastmaster.

Rev. James McGraw, guest speaker.

Robert Hale and Mary Jo Scott present the life of Franz Shubert.

Junior president Sam Edmonds and Dorothy Holcomb relish the fried chicken.

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M OT O RCADES

ABILENE DISTRICT

DALLAS DISTRICT

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT

NEBRASKA DISTRICT

NORTH ARKANSAS DISTRICT

SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

KANSAS DISTRICT

HOUSTON DISTRICT

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SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT

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CA M P U S

Floor crew preparing to wax SUB.

Florine Lutze and Ruth Riley practice future domestic duties.

Dining hall waitresses vocalize together before serving dinner.

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Switchboard operators.

Mollie Copeland and Hilda Hogan chat as they dry the silver.

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C A R E E R D AY CON S U LTAN T S JOANNE ANDERSON DELL AYCOCK BILL BAKER -:... F. R. BORN MELZA BROWN JOHN E. CARLSON EVELYN F. CUMMINS MARY GODDARD A. J. HAZWELL ARTHUR A. HELLBAUM HARRY MACRORY ARCHEL B. MEREDITH GEORGE MISKOVSKY TRAVIS MULLINS HOWARD NEUMANN OLIVE POWELL JOSEPH C. PRAY KENNETH RICE A. G. SCHUESSLER RAY SIMPSON JIM TYNER C. H. WIMAN

Medical Technology Marriage ďż˝ Insurance Secondary Education Pastoral Work Church Music Social Work Journalism Personnel Management Medicine Law Chaplaincy Governmental Services Music Education Radio Secretarial Science College Teaching Religious Education Engineering Elementary Education Physical Education Missions

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Dr. Arthur Hellbaum, special lecturer of biological research.

Governmental services and public office are explained by Senator George Miskovsky.

Miss Mary Goddard lectures. to a group of potential journalists.

Rev. Melza Brown instructs students in the field of pastoring.

Mrs. Olive Powell discusses possibilities in the field of secretarial science.

STUDENT COUNCIL

The Student Council is the governing body of the campus. Composed of the coun�il officers, the directors of religious activities, the editors of the student publi­ cations, and class representatives, its purpose is to act

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MARION SNO\.YBARGER President

ROW 1 : Betty Cherry, Professor Dunn, Marion Snowbarger, Bill Burch. ROW 2 : Benney Doggett, Chuck Harper, Jim Posey, Dwight Bugh. RO'V 3 : Luther Clegg, Harold Tyler, Robert Parker.

BETTY CHERRY Secretary

B ILL BURCH Director of Religious Activities

PROFESSOR L. L. DUNN Sponsor

HAROLD TYLER Vice President

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of students and faculty members", is a bi-monthly folio printed by the student body- of the campus. The efforts of the staff, working largely on a voluntary basis without re­ muneration, makes possible the publication of the paper. . The most important responsibility of the staff i s the meeting of deadlines, which means hours of interviewing, copy writing, and proof reading must be done before the dead line can be met. The ECHO sponsors the annual Reveille Echo Tourna­ ment climaxing the basketball season. One of the highlights of the year's social activities is the coronation of the Echo Queen at this time. The tournament is the competitive struggle among the four classes for the basketball champion­ ship trophy.

JIM POSEY, Editor

During the year members of the staff represented B-P.C. at

the national Associated Collegiate Press convention in

Chicago, Illinois, and the Oklahoma Collegiate Press con­ ference at Stillwater, Oklahqma. At the latter meeting, editor Jim Posey was chosen president of the state association.

Dale Tuttle, LaRon Emerson, Lucille Sloan, Jo Ann Hale, Frances Wimberly, Jerry Yoesel, Ben Ellison, Glynelle Lawrence, Joy Getsinger.

TOM BOYD, Associate Editor

JERRY YOESEL, Business Manager

MAURINE DICKERSON and GERALDINE HUHNKE Sponsors

Kenneth Merrill, Bill Burch, Sue Merrill, Dick Haltom, Susy Patzel, June McArthur, Geneva Hamilton, Shirley Bell.

A R R OW S T A F F

The ARROW Staff of 1 954, in collaboration with its sponsor, Mrs. Carol Lundy, has striven to bring to the students a yearbook of pric;_eless val'lle. This book is one of memories which will be treasured for many years to come. Once an individual is on the road of life, he can't turn back. He can only renew his past experiences through his reminiscences. The staff hopes that this ARROW will aid in renewing memories of classmates and activities. Also in this compilation the s�aff has endeavored to present the four-fold aims of a college education : build­ ing intellectually, building spiritually, building socially, and building physically. LUTHER CLEGG Editor

RO�' 1 : Don Conway, Marjorie Harrod, Beverly Lundy, Barbara Goodson, Be\ erly Suttle, Happy Chandler, Grazelle Scott, Roberta Posey. ROW 2 : Bythella Theus, Eunice Bettes, Doyce Landtroop, Carol Swim, Geneva Hamilton, Gu-Ree Stowe, Buddy Farr, Bar· bara Miyanishi.

MARY JO WHITE Associate Editor

HAROLD TYLER Business Manager

MRS. CAROL LUNDY Sponsor FRANK SLOAN Assistant Photographer

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A CAP P E L L A C H O I R Composed of forty voices under the direction of Lester L. Dunn, the A Cappella Choir is one of the outstanding groups of our coiiege. The students making up its membership are not only skilled in the art of musical presentation, but are also consecrated to the presentation of the spiritual aspect of their songs. The choir's repertoire includes three types of religious music : classics, negro spirituals, and church hymns. The favorite number of the choir, and the one best received by its audiences has been "He Lifted Me Out." DIRECTOR LESTER L. DUNN President Vice-Presiderit Secretary-Treasurer Chaplain

John Rosfeld Ernie Farmer Bennyedon Riggs Maurice Moore

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During the year the A Cappella sang in Oklahoma City, Daiias, and Ponca City churches, and the Okla足 homa City Holiness Convention. The climax of the year for the choir was its annual tour of churches on the educational zone. This year's tour included ap足 pearances in fifteen different churches of Oklahoma and Texas.

ROW 1 : Neely, Fox, Aldrich, Steele, Riggs, Pruitt, Hodgson, Rogers, Akin, Scott. RO\V 2 : Taylor, Cope, Folsom, Ramquist, Suttle, Ayres, Farmer, Ammons, King, Goodno. ROW 3 : Vaughn, Noffsinger, Viser, Hale, Pitts, Edmonds. ROW 4 : Isaacs, Bell, Rosfeld, Knight, Galbraith. ROW 5 : Goodson, Osborn, Farmer, Gardner. ROW 6: Oyler, Moore, Pooler, Oliver, Haltom.

MUSIC CLUB The Music Club is composed of those students who are actively interested in the varied aspects of musical appreciation. It has as its purpose the promotion of music on the campus and a fostering of the appreciation of good music among the students. Mary Chelf Jones, contralto, and Lawson Jones, pianist, were presented in a recital during the year. Oth足 er club programs consisted of filmed productions of famous operas, composers and artists.

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ROW 1 : Madison, Stahley, Pruitt, Pagan, Archer, King, Akin, Neal, Haley, Scales. ROW 2 : Vaughn, Taylor, Patzel, Scott, Holcomb, Truax, Rogers, Phillips, Trimble, Krigbaum. ROW 3 : Wilson, Galbraith, Oliver, Morgan, Knight, Taylor, Rosfeld, Davy. ROW 4: Allen, Conway.

BAN D Individual musical appreciations are expressed col足 lectively in the Band under the compotent direction of M. Dillon. The Band is a small organization but power足 ful in its musical interpretation, which is evidenced at concerts given in chapel each year. An important portion of the Band is the trumpet TRUMPET QUARTET : Melvyn Davy, Howard Oliver, John Stroman, Jack Feurtado.

quartet. This quartet has presented several numbers on our campus in the past year.

ROW 1 : Stangeland, Bumpus, Krigbaum, Raymer. ROW 2 : Ray, Milburn, Lutze, Bryan, Hager, Clifton. ROW 3: Smith, Conway, Hann, Oliver, Davy, Newton.

HONOR SOCIETY

The Honor Society is composed of those students who for two consecutive semesters have maintained a grade point average of 2.5. The real purpose of the organization is to stimulate, develop, and give recog­ nition to scholastic attainment, leadership, and those elements of character that go to make good citizenship. The sponsor of the Honor Society this year was Mr�. Richard Schumann, who guided the Executive Council in a rewriting of the Society's constitution. The outstanding activity of the Honor Society is the annual presentation of a scholarship to some mem­ ber of the organization at commencement time. The purpose of this scholarship is to stimulate among the students a desire for higher scholastic standing?.

President Robert Parker Vice-President -------------------Jim Gardner Secretary Dorothy Holcomb Dick Newton Chaplain Sponsor Mrs. Dick Schumann _ _ ____________________

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ROW 1 : Barbara Jones, Diane Neeley, Mrs. Dick Schumann, Joyce Cox, Shirley Stangeland, Alfredia Wuster. RO\\' 2 : Gloria Burkinshaw, Marjorie Harrod, Bettv Cherry, June McArthur, Ruth Unruh, Mary Jo White. ROW 3 : Kenneth Merrill, John Kelley, Charles Helsel, Jim Gardner, Dick Newton, Tom Boyd, Benny Doggett.

FUTU R E T EA C H E R S OF A M E R I CA THE TEACHER YOU ARE TO BE YOU ARE NOW BECOMING . . . .

Those future teachers who are members of the John R. Matt chapter of the F.T.A. at Bethany-Peniel Col­ lege realize this and are availing themselves of the opportunity to learn through this organization. They are not only members of the local chapter, but are also members of the Oklahoma Teachers Association and the National Educational Association. Ken.Dick President Buddy Farr Vice-President Virginia Williams Secretary Treasurer ------------------------Jane Smith __________________________

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During the school year the club has sponsored many informative and instructive programs, including films on current affairs and prominent special speakers. The chapter was also represented at the various state con­ ventions held during the year. Through these various activities the future teachers have become acquainted with the history, ethics, and program of the teaching profession.

ROW 1 : Sheldon, Moon, Dick, Clegg. ROW 2: Mackey, Penner, Smith, Raiser, Owens, Ramquist, Stowe, White, Smith, Theus, Pulliam. ROW 3 : Glidden, Mikkelson, Cherry, Williams, Rousselle, Scott, Wuester, Stallings, Posey, �nippers, Dick, Jones. ROW 4 : Smith, Burkin­ shaw, Owens, Greve, Bryan, Landtroop, Jones, Snow, Snowbarger, Farr, Biggs, Dibble.

BIOLOGY CLUB One of the most recognized organizations on the campus is the Biology Club. Membership consists of those students who are either majors or minors in Biological Science. Completion of last year's project, an ornithology museum, provides a valuable addition to our campus. An exciting occasion for the members is the annual spring outing. The site of this year's trip was Price's Falls, where snakes, grasshoppers, and bugs were pur足 sued between periods of recreation.

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Publicity Chairman Sponsor

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Biological films, a dog operation, and a visit to the home museum of a cosmopolitan explorer are only a few of the enlightening activities of the Club.

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ROW 1 : Gwen Smith, Janelle Phillips, Rachel Floyd, Alfreda Kotwitz, Barbara Mann, Shirley Christy. ROW 2 : Professor Paschall, Mary Burns, Ruth Unruh, Ann Dodson, Professor Lawrence. ROW 3 : : Jim Perdue, Dale Tuttle, Joe McDaniel, Bill McNabb, Ronald Cooper, Robert Barron.

B U S I N ES S C L U B

The Business Club serves to promote an interest in the field of business for all business, majors and minors, and motivates these students to better prepare them足 selves to meet future competition. The bi-monthly programs were usually discussions led by prominent business men which gave students Benny Doggett President Vice-President -------------------Jimmy Hair Clariece House Secretary Della Ingle Treasurer Reporter -----------------------John Stroman Professor Danskin Sponsor _____________________

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insight into the field outside of classroom technicalities. . To supplement these programs, films were shown stress足 ing business practices and ethics.

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ROW 1 : Barbara Pugh, }"rofessor Danskin, Benny Doggett, Marilee Kinne. ROW 2 : Helen Turner, Luphelia Sharpton, Floyd Myers, Nola Owens, Della Ingle. ROW 3 : Kenneth Rogers, Clariece House, LaVonna Ware, Janris McManus, Wilmer Malcolm. ROW 4 : Shirley King, Jessie Anderson, Bob Gigout, John Stroman, Phyllis Fisher.

H I S TO R I CA L S O CIETY The Historical Society is a departmental club for those students majoring or minoring in history. The purpose of this organization is to promote interest in the field of history outside of class room lectures. Having been formed only three years, it has in that short time definitely made a place for itself on the campus. The annual publication of the B-P.C. HISTORIAN, com足 posed of articles and essays written by students inter足 ested in history, is of special significance to the club. It gives its members an opportunity to express their views on situations of historical content.

President Charles Jones Vice-President Grazelle Scott Secretary-Treasurer Charles Helsel Editor of H ISTORIAN -------------Joyce Cox Sponsor Dr. Fred Floyd _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

During the year the club presented many programs of local, national, and international scope which gave the students a more thorough understanding of the problems confronting people today, and suggested pos足 sible means of bettering society.

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For members of the Historical Society, the outlook for the future has been made brighter by exploration of the past. ROW 1 : Dick Osborne, Charles Jones, Joyce Cox, Suzanne Raiser, Grazelle Scott, Marion Snowbarger, Maurice Moore. ROW 2 : Franklin Roberts, Harry Pierce, Karlos Morgan, Paul Orndoff, James Lott, Charles Helsel, Dr. Fred Floyd.

HOME E CON OMICS CLUB

The promotion of practical culture and etiquette is the purpose of the Home Economics Club. Active mem足 bership is composed of home eco i 10mics majors and minors, and associate membership is composed of those interested not as a profession, but in the refinement of daily living. Under the able sponsorship of Dr. Anne Greve, the club has advanced rapidly in recent years. The programs President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor

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presented bi-monthly are planned to further the objec足 tives of enjoyment and enlightenment in social living. The club was awarded second place at the Jamboree Home-Coming for their outstanding and unique entry interpreting "Home Cookin'."

ROW 1 : Diffie, Baker, Bryan, Dr. Greve, Miss Fritch, Yamamoto, Love. ROW 2 : Hunter, Henbest, Fields, Stockstill, Rose, Mc足 Farland, Stark, Milburn, Glidden. ROW 3 : Nehrbass, Schauer, Bettes, Beaver, McArthur, Landtroop, Harrod.

LITE R A R Y S O CI ETY

A newly organized society on the campus is the Liter足 ary Society. The purpose of this organization is to pro足 mote interest in the interpretation of good literature and to stimulate an incentive for creative writing. Although the Literary Society was not organized until the second semester, several programs of interest to a student of literature were given. Some of the most outstanding of these were recorded readings of their own poetry by Robert Frost and Vachel Lindsay.

President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Critic Sponsor

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ROW l : Ruby Taylor, Lurline Raymer, Alfreda Wuester, Sandy Damewood, Mary Jo 'Vhite. ROW Buddy Farr, Professor Willis Dobson, Miss Maurine Dickson, Mrs. Carol Lundy.

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PHILOSOPHY CLUB

A newly formed organization on the campus, the Philosophy Club, was organized to help advance phi足 losophical knowledge ahd- encourage philosophical thinking among its members. Membership consist of any student interested in this field. At each meeting of the club a paper was read by some member of the organization either about or by some great philosopher.

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Kenneth Merrill Frank Elliott Don Conway Professor Johnson

This first year of its existence, the Philosophy Club has become a very active organization. Much of its success is due to its sponsor, Prescott Johnson.

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To climax this year's 揃 activities, the club sponsored a banquet for its members with Dr. Delbert R. Gish, professor of philosophy at Nazarene Theological semi足 nary, as guest speaker. The club plans to make this banquet an annual affair with an outstanding philoso足 pher as speaker.

1 : Charles Jones, Charles Helsel, Alfred Sloan. ROW 2 : Kenneth Merrill, Mrs. Johnson, Professor Johnson, Don Conway, Frank ROW 3 : John Taylor, Keith Sears, Betty Sears, Leah Dell Dick, Ken Dick, Dr. King.

BETH ANNS

Homiletics, Doctrinal Theology, and Biblical history are open books for the ministerial students on our campus. But while these students are preparing for the ministry, their wives may find it necessary to remain at home with the children and do housework. They may not find time in their busy day for classroom activities. However, for women in this realm, Mrs. Roy Cantrell has organized a society to provide information on life in a parsonage. Incidents which a pastor's wife must inevitably go through ar·e portrayed by fictitious Beth Ann, an average Nazarene minister's wife. Any problem pertaining to her duties as such are discussed.

President _:_ Mrs. Paul Hagemier Vice-President Mrs. Carson Snow Secretary Mrs. Ray Smith Treasurer Mrs. Lawrence Jant Devotional Chm. Mrs. Dwight Neuenschwander Sponsor Mrs. Roy Cantrell _ _ _ _ _ _

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RO\\' 1 : JerrY Yoesel, Bill Burell . RO\V 2 : Claud Long, Jim Hair, Jim Noffsinger, Ken Dick. ROVI 3 : Buddy Little, Harold Tyler, Allyn Kennedy, Dwight Bugh.

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An Athletic organization for the young women on our campus is the Women's "B" Club. To become a 路

member of the organization one must excell in at least one sport. The 'Vomen's "B" Club works jointly. with the Men's "B" Club in maintaining the concession stand at the basketball games. The profits from this stand are used for a special project sponsored by the club. This year's project was the club's attendance at a major league baseball game.

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Suzanne Raiser, Eva Mae Cope, Doyce Lantroop, June McArthur, Betty Honea, Ruby Taylor. ,

FACU LTY DAMES

The Faculty Dames is an organization composed of the wives of the college professors and local Nazarene ministers. It is designed to en �ourage social contacts and promote personal development among these ladies. At each meeting, subjects of mutual interest, benefit, and enjoyment are discussed. Mrs. Roy Cantrell annually entertains the Faculty Mrs. Danskin, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Cantrell prepare to serve Faculty Dames at the Christmas party.

Dames with a traditional Christmas tea. Other activities for the year were a tea for women dormitory residents and a meeting devoted to the modeling of hats, original creations of vegetables. One meeting each year is dedi­ cated to those wives whose husbands have received their doctoral degrees during the year.

RO\V 1 : Mrs. James Garner, Mrs. Frank McConnell, l\1rs . E. S. Phillips, Mrs. Curtis Smith, Mrs. Lester Dunn, l\1rs. Prescott Johnson,

Mrs. Harold Ripper, Mrs. Roy Cantrell. RO\V 2 : Mrs. Boyd Shannon, Mrs. Harry Craddock, Mrs. Earl Greer, Mrs. Kenneth Robinson,

Mrs. Robert Lawrence, Mrs. Donald Danskin, Mrs. Don Wilson, Mrs. Freel Floyd.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Due to the efforts of the Alumni Association, this year for the first time: we are able to print the Student Union edition of the ARROW. At last, a picture of the finished product can be included in this compilation of events and activities. For eight years, the Alumni Association, in connection with the Board of Directors, has promoted and financed the erecting of this addition to our campus. And now it stands, as a proud salute to their diligence and sacrifice. The Association is headed by Rev. J. T. Gassett, and much of the success of this organization is due to his vigorous leadership. Each year the Association honors the graduating class at Commencement time with a banquet. At this banquet the annual "B" awards are presented to two members of the Association in recog足 nition of their outstanding achievements in the field of Christian service.

At the Jamboree

I lomecoming

Rev. J. T. Gassett, President of the association, speaks at the Alumni banquet.

the Alnmni cline at the lal'ish banquet.

B UILD ING PHYSICALLY

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COACH DON WILSON

ATH LETI CS AT B - P C The physical education department of the campus is under the supervision of Coach Don Wil足 son. This includes instructing courses in tennis, badminton, volleyball, and handball, as well as serving as athletic director for the major sports. In the fall the athletic season is begun with intramural football among the various states repre足 sented on the campus. This year competition was keen and interest ran high as each team vied for the championship trophy. The major sport on the campus is basketball, which opens its season with the Jamboree, and is climaxed by the Reveille Echo Tournament. Athletic participation serves a vital purpose on a Christian campus, helping to develop charac足 ter, sportsmanship, and a spirit of fair play. The athletic program is concluded each year with the annual Track Day.

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MEN'S ATHLETICS

JIM NOFFSINGER Men's All School Athletic Director

C LASS ATHLETIC DIR ECTORS

Freshmen

JIM HAIR Senior

TOBY BOND Sophomore

BILL VAUGHN Junior

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INTRAMURAL

BORDER STATES TEAM ROW l : Davis, Hight, Kennedy, Tracy, Harper. ROW 2 : Britt, Yoesel, Baggett, Pitts, Orndoff, Prentice.

Gardner reaches high to snag long pass for Kansas.

TEXAS TEAM ROW 1 : Vaughn, Moore, Hair. ROW 2 : Jarrell, McNabb, Boyd.

Burroughs drives through center for touchdown for Texas.

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FO O TBALL

OKLAHOMA TEAM ROW l : Emerson, Perdue, Lindley, Helfenbein, Dorris. ROW 2 : Ridings, Gunn, Dick, Farmer.â&#x20AC;˘

Dick Timmer throws pass in battle between Off-zoners and Kansans.

OFF-ZONE TEAM ROW l : Kelley, Skinner, Bumpus, Tyler, Gardner. ROW 2 : Herrick, Cooper, Case, Madison.

KANSAS TEAM ROW l : Archer, Oliver, Page, Hull, Gray. ROW 2 : Manwarren, Campbell, Gardner, Long, Biggs, Hann, Anneler.

I N TRA M U RA L BAS K ET B A L L

CHAMPIONS SOPHOMORES, ROW l : Gardner, Newton, Baldwin, Hal足 tom, Kennedy. ROW 2 : Baggett, Stewart, Bloomer, Dryden, Farmer.

LEFT, SENIORS, RO\V l : Dick, McClain, Hair, Cooper. ROW 2 : Burch, Hagin, Scudday, Yoesel.

LOWER LEFT, JUNIORS, ROW l : Bass, Vaughn, Noff足 singer, Moore. ROW 2 : Jarrell, Trimble, Bryan, Snowbarger. LOWER RIGHT, FRESHMEN, ROW 1 : Neff, Hight, Human, Hull. ROW 2 : Campbell, Allen, Oliver, Horton, Harper.

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Coach Wilson gives freshman team last minute instructions.

Oliver makes

Fresh m en a n d Jlln

Freshmen and Juniors take to the stratosphere in fight for the baH.

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JAMBOR E E The annual basketball season was opened by an intense, excitement filled Jamboree, as the Redskins and Squaws officially clashed with toe Alumni teams. In the boys' game the Alumni, l ed by Art Kastner, de­ feated the Redskins 62-59. This was sweet revenge for an alumni team which up to this year had not been able to defeat the college team. They played good, steady ball, and their rebounding was a big factor in the outcome of the game. At the end of the first quarter, the graduates had built up a lead of 1 6-1 2, but by half-time the Redskins had narrowed the distance to one point, and the score stood 3 1-30. The third quarter opened without the Alumni showing any effects of fatigue, and by the end of the period had built their margin to 47-42. In the fourth quarter the Redskins began to gain ground, and with 3 1!2 minutes left in the game, tied the score 50-50. Both teams began to fight desperately for the lead with the ball changing sides frequently. The closing moments of the game were filled with tension as the score continued nip-and-tuck. As the final buzzer sounded, the Redskins were trailing three points.

Kennedy halts Alderson.

ROW 1 : Jim Gardner, Bill Burch, Ernie Farmer, Jerry Yoesel. ROW pictured, .�1 Kennedy, Frank Hagin. )

2:

Howard Oliver, Arless Wilson, Wendel Scudday, Robert Bryan. ( Not

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Kastner controls the tip-off for the Alumni.

Paul Johnson, Bill Baker, Bill Draper, Harold Rairdon, Gordon Stangeland, Odis Brown. RO\V 2 : Professor Rairdon, Lee Steele, Gene

Post, Irwin Harris, Dick Alderson, Art Kastner, Bob Leffel, Glen McArthur.

Hagin dribbles past Kastner. Players await anxiously for rebound.

Alderson breaks under the basket.

Draper's try for basket is unsuccessful.

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Yoesel scores two points for the Redskins.

Alderson dribbles past Kennedy.

ALL SCHOOL C H E E R L � AD E R S : Shirley Christy, Melba Shelley, Dick Sul­ livan, Tommy Kennedy, Bill Vaughn.

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R EV E I L L E E C H O The annual REVEILLE ECHO Tournament brought to a fiitting climax a highly successful basketball season. The tournament was attended by the four classes, each battling mightily for the championship trophy .

The hard fighting sophomores of Coach Jack Rairdon de­ feated the freshmen to win their second consecutive tourna­ ment championship. In the consolation finals the seniors took third place when they edged by the juniors. True Christian sportsmanship was not sacrificed for mere victory on the part of any team as they battled for the cham­ pionship. Finally, the storm-tossed waves of the sea were calmed and the sophomore ship rode the waters of victory alone.

Yoesel scores for the seniors.

The freshman valiantly cheer their team onward.

In the final seconds of game, freshmen and sophomores struggle for championship trophy.

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TOU RNAMENT

FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS : Melba Shelley, Dale Shott, Norene Simmons, Shirley Alexander.

Queen Rogers presents Dryden with the "Most Outstanding Player Award."

SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS : Martha Anderson, Dale Tuttle, Melba Neal, Don Conway.

JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS : Betty Ray, Buddy Farr, Jo Ann Petty.

SENIOR CHEERLEADERS : Luther Clegg, Beverly Mc足 Allister, Margaret Bass, Janet Mackey, Jim Perdue.

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Emcee Moore pauses briefly

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Horton scores for freshmen.

Cooper tries in vain to block basket of Hight.

A desperate struggle for the ball ensues.

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It's a jump-lrall between freshmen and sophomores.

Yoesel takes his stance.

Noffsinger leaps desperately to block basket of Horton.

Victorious sophomores celebrate championship.

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TRACK CHAMPIONS - OKLAHOMA TEAM ROW l : Coy, Edmonds, Baldwin, Gunn, Human. ROW 2 : Allen, Moore, Perdue, Farmer, Hagin, Dick.

TRACK Broad Jump-Long

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Pole Vault-Burch-Hull

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Shot put-Moore

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OFF-ZONE TEAM ROW 1 : Kelley, Skinner, Bumpus, Tyler, Gardner. ROW 2 : Herrick, Cooper, Case, Madison.

TEXAS TEAM ROW 1 : Rhodes, Huff, McNabb, Wilson, Moore. ROW 2 : Clegg, Boyd, Hair, Merrill, Gains, Neff, Jarrell.

KANSAS TEAM ROW 1 : Archer, Oliver, Page, Hull, Gray. ROW 2 : Manwarren, Campbell, Gardner, Long, Biggs, Hann, Anneler.

BORDER STATES TEAM Pitts, Yoesel.

Hnll flies high to tie for first.

Boyd broadjumps for Texas.

Kansan Hann passes baton to Hull.

Yoesel lunges against tape to win 440 yard dash for Border States.

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Off-zoner Burch breaks tape in 50 yard dash.

Despite difficulties, Flood breaks high hurdle record for Oklahoma.

Hull puts a shot to win second for Kansas.

Gardner skims the bar for Kansas.

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Hagin throws discus to win third place for Oklahoma.

Moore wins first for Oklahoma in shot put.

Oliver finishes first

Boyd wins 880 yards relay for Texas team. 1 (\Q

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mile race.

Gunn takes first in high jumping for Oklahoma.

Burch vaults pole to tie for first for Off Zone team.

Oliver comes in first to win 880 yard run for Kansas.

Off-zoner Tyler breaks tape to win 220 yard dash. 1 (\(\

LETTERMEN ROW

1:

Ronald Cooper, Jerry Hull, Robert Bumpus, Jim Gardner, Jim Hair. ROW 2 : Ken Dick, Maurice Moore, Bill Burch,

Howard Manwarren, Harold Tyler. ROW

3:

Robert " Campbell, Allyn Kennedy, Howard Oliver, Wesley Moore, J erry Yoesel.

Page high jumps for Kansas.

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WOMEN'S ATH L ET I C S

NELVA HEBARD All School Athletic Director

C LASS AT H L ET I C D I R E CT O R S

Freshmen

DOYCE LANDTROOP Senior

BETTY HONEA Sophomore

RUBY TAYLOR Junior

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I N TRA M U RA L BASKE T B A L L

CHAMPIONS FRESHMEN, ROW 1 : Shelley, Christy, Clark, Humphry, Womack. ROW 2 : Emmert, Gordon, Carrick, Noffsinger, Hebard.

LEFT, SOPHOMORES, ROW 1 : Sloan, Cline, Rousselle. ROW 2 : Coach Wyss, Honea, Scott, Kotwitz.

LOWER LEFT, JUNIORS, ROW 1 : Cherry, Ramquist, Taylor, Scales, Neely. ROW 2 : Petty, Unruh, Phillips, Damewood. LOWER RIGHT, SENIORS, ROW 1 : Raiser, Miyanishi, Stowe, Smith. ROW 2 : McManus, Landtroop, Coach Farmer, McArthur, Hagin.

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Clark sacks up two for Freshmen as the Juniors sadly review situation.

Landtroop goes in for a lay up.

Seniors and freshmen give wild ball a chase.

Clark outjumps Ramquist to steal ball for Freshmen.

JAM BOREE

Jamboree gets underway as Squaws dribble down court.

ROW

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Louise Cline, Sarah Humphry, Beverly Emmert, Clara Womack, Nelva Hebard. ROW 2 : June McArthur, Doyce Land troop, Grazelle

Scott, Vonciel Gordon, Eva Mae Cope.

Alumna aims at basket. Squaw tangles with the Alumna.

ROW

1:

Freeda Rhodes, Yvonne Green, Nadene Ripper. ROW 2 : Ruth Franklin, Irene Sullivan, Maxine Morris, Ruth Emmert, Nita Gregg.

Franklin seeks to outmaneuver Landtroop.

Alumni and Redskins vie for possession of the ball.

Hebard moves away from opposing Alumna. McArthur guards Alumna forward.

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R EV E I L L E ECHO TOURNAMENT

Cline tries a shot from the side to score against the seniors.

Miya n isb i

All hands anxiously await the rebound.

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Freshmen clock up two points against the seniors.

Despite efforts of Unruh, Gordon scores for Freshmen.

Rousselle makes a high try for the basket.

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Freshmen cheerleaders help build enthusiasm for class games.

Confident Freshmen score two points to defeat the Juniors.

Scott tosses scoring basket for the sophomores.

Queen Virginia Rogers presents June McArthur the "Most Outstanding Player Award."

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T RA C K

Stallings throws softball to win second place.

Cope wins first in softball throw.

Emmert outstrips Cline to win 7 5 yard dash.

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Cline comes in first in 50 yard dash.

Cline breaks tape in 1 00 yard dash.

VO L L E Y B A L L

ROW 1 : McManus, McKaughan, Smith. ROW 2 : Taylor, Landtroop, Lutze, Taylor. ?1 1

LETTERWOMEN ROW l : June McArthur, Doyce Landtroop, Alfreda Kotwitz, Beverly Emmert. ROW 2 : Sarah Humphry, Nelva Hebard, Vonciel Gordon, 路 Ruby Taylor, Louise Cline.

Carrick throws the baseball for Oklahoma .

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A D V E RT I S I N G I N D EX COMMERCIAL ADS

CHURCH ADS

Abilene District

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Ada, Oklahoma

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Augusta, Kansas

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Kansas City Central

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Kansas City District

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Kansas City First

Bethany-Peniel College Bethany Eastside

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Bethany William's Memorial Blackwell First

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Carthage, Missouri

Central Church, Oklahoma City College Church

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Corpus Christi, Texas

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Dallas District

Lincoln, Nebraska

Little Rock, Arkansas, First Louisiana District

Denison, Texas

Dodge City, Kansas

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Meridian Park, Oklahoma City

Durant, Oklahoma

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Duncan, Oklahoma

Freeport

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Great Bend, Kansas

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Guthrie, Oklahoma

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Guymon, Oklahoma

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Henryetta, Oklahoma Hooker, Oklahoma

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Houston First Church Houston Oakwood Houston District

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Independence, Kansas

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Norman, Oklahoma, First

Northwest Oklahoma District

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Oklahoma City First

Ponca City, Oklahoma Religious Organization Salina, Kansas

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San Antonio District

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Sapulpa, Oklahoma

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Southeast Oklahoma District Southwest Oklahoma District

234

Texarkana, Texas

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Topeka, Kansas

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Wichita's First

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235

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Pennsylvania First, Oklahoma City Perryton, Texas

Bethany Flower Shop

Brown-McClure Lumber

Buford Ingram

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Colonial Bakers

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College Shoe Shop

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Dr. Ralph Shadid

Dr. Earnest Gentile

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First National Bank, Bethany

First National Bank, Yukon

241

Green's Studio

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Herman's E a t Shoppe M . Cleaners

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Munn

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Nazarene Publishing House

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Kraker's

Radio

Oklahoma Natural Gas

O'Mealey's

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Peck Grocery

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Posey Auto Supply

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Powell Rexall Drug Stub and Sue

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Student Council

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

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Owen's Furniture

Paul Hoag

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Up-To-Date Cleaners

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Wehrenberg Drug

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Key's

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J. &

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College Cleaners

Western Auto _____ ________________

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B�num Electric

Jack's

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Bethany Medical Center

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Community Loan & Investment Co.

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C . R . Anthony

Dragon Inn

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Alumni Association

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228

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Northeast Oklahoma District

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Nebraska District_

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North Arkansas District Dallas Central

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Kansas City St. Paul's Kansas Di�trict

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Western Motel

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C ON GRATULATI O N S . . . .

"Heading Toward B-P.C."

NEBRASKA DISTRICT Whitcomb Harding

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District Superintendent

( *Paid For By A B-P.C. Booster) 215

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE DURANT, OKLAHOMA

HAROLD C. HARCOURT-Pastor

Congratulations to the Class of '54 and the Arrow Sta ££ Perryton, Texa�

First Church of the Nazarene Blackwell, Oklahoma

1 5th and Amherst

Congratulations Seniors J. REYNDAL RUSSELL Minister 216

E. Padon and South A

OUR STUDENTS Lenore Sloan Bob Jernigan Larry Flood J . P. INGLE Pastor

Sincere Compliments

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT ��The l(ind Of Church We Have Tomorrow, Depends On The Youth We Have Today."

YOUTH CAMP .Tune 28 - July 2 DISTRICT CAMP August 6 - 1 5

W. T. JOHNSON District Supt. 217

W E MAKE YOU F E E L WE LCOME

C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s TO

THE

CLASS

OF

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From 路

Central Church of the Nazarene Victor & Haskell Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Crews

DALLAS, TEXAS

Com p l i ments of the

CHURCH of the NAZA RENE 23 1 West Texas St.

Clyde E. Ammons Pastor

DEN I SON, TEXAS

WILLIAMS MEMORIAL

Congratu lations

Dan Hamiter N. Y. P. S. President

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CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Bethany-Peniel Co l lege

8 2 5 No. Beaver Street

We Are With You 1 00 %

B ETHANY, OKLAHOMA

Frank McConnell J . C . Fechner_

Clint Coats_

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Pastor

Educationai Director

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Sunday School Supt.

Dorothy Luginbyhl, Pianist and NFMS Pres . Vestal Nichols

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Chorister

The growing church where everybody is happy and everybody likes to sing.

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AUGUSTA, KANS. Church of the Nazarene 1 0 1 0 OSAGE

CHARLES M. SPICER Pastor

THE COLLEGE CHURC H Serving Both College And The Comm unity

DR. E. S. PHILLIPS Pastor

HARRY CRADDOCK S . S . Superintendent

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Minister of Education

ELI CYPERT

Youth Director

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First Church Of The Nazarene

TOPEKA, KANSAS "A Church Of

Inspiration"

Tenth and Buchanan Sts.

Best Wishes -

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F r o m A n A c t i v e C h u r c h

Forrest W. Nash Minister

T o A Great I n s ti t u t i o n

Compliments of

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INDEPENDENCE, KANSAS

CHURCH OF THE

S th l a l t Broadcasting the "NAZARENE HOUR" 8 : 00-8 : 30 A. M. Sundays on KIND 1 0 1 0 Key.

Our Students

BELVA FLAUDING-GLEN VAN DYNE

M . D. SMITH S. S. Supt. MRS. MERLE HUDSON N.F.M.S. Pres. BOB RANDELS N.Y.P.S. Pres. B OARD OF TRUSTEES­ P:Jul Uitts Basil Metcalf

Hester Van Dyne

Millie Bacon

WAYNE VAN DYNE Choir Director

Harold Garrett

\Vayne Van Dyne

Merle Hudson

R. C. Hockensmith

Clifford Palmer

Donald Newmaster

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BOARD OF STEWARDS­

Ethel Yates

Harold Taylor

PAUL M. SODOWSKY, Pastor Th .B.

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District N.Y.P.S. I nstitute-June 2 1-25

Paul and Monica Martin Special Workers District B oys & Girls Camp-July 5-9

Rev. Herbert Merritt, Boys Camp Director Mrs. C. B. Dickerman, -Girls C a mp Director District Camp Meeting-July 1 9-25

Dr. L. T. Corlett and Rev. J . C. Dobson, Camp Preachers Rev. George Andrews, Musical Director

Greeti ngs

from

the

ABILENE D ISTRICT of the

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

ORVILLE W. JENKINS District Superintendent WILLIAM DOROUGH District N.Y.P.S. President D. M. DUKE District Ch. School Bd. Chairman MRS. 0. W. JENKINS District N.F.M.S. President

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First Church of the Nazarene Houston, Texas

46 Waugh Drive

Our Students : MARLENE GRAHAM FLETA HENBEST

L. P. JACK DURHAM Pastor

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S UPPORTING O UR COLL E GE YEAR BY YEAR

Music Director-Ray Moore Organist-Mi ldred Edwards Sunday Schoo l Supt.-Vernon Lunn N . F.M.S. Pres.-Mrs. A. Mi lton Smith N.Y. P.S. Pres.-Gero ld Berg lund Dr. A. Milton Smith Pastor

Youth Director-Bi l l Pri nce 223

KEN S. ARMSTRONG

G . A. GOUGH

Associate Minister

Minister

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZ A R E NE 1 400 East Kellogg, Wichita, Kansas

"THEY SAY WE'RE FRIENDLY"

Devot ional Spirit ual

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District Superintendent

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The P ennsy lvania Avenue

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

C. R. THRASHER Pastor

P e nn A v e . a t W e s t P a rk Oklahoma Cit�

MRS. M. L. WYCOFF N.F.M.S. Pres. LAVERNE DAY N.Y.P.S . Pres.

M. L. STONE S.S. Supt.

FIRST C H U R C H of the

NAZARENE REV.

J.

F. HAMM-Pastor

Hot Springs, Arkansas

MRS. ESTER TEAL-N.F.M.S. Pres.

RALPH PARKER-N.Y.P.S. Pres.

WE ARE PRAYING AND BOOSTI NG FOR A N EW BOYS' DORMITORY

226

I. L. STIVER-S .S. Supt.

C OMPL IMEN TS of

The First Church Of The Nazarene . Rev. L. Wayne Sears, Pastor

7 1 8 South Fourth Street

Ponca City, Okla.

Church Organized September, 1 908

In

Our

4 6th

f9o n g ra tu l a t i o n s . . . S e n i o rs 1 9 5 4

.

Year Of Service FIRST CHUR CH OF THE NAZARENE South Crawford and Almeda Norman, Oklahoma

.

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 8th & Roosevelt-Guymon, Okla. STUDENTS : Robert Bryan Dottie Bryan Melvin Davy Eileen Bryan

REV. JAMES C . HESTER Pastor

Now In Our Fortieth Year Of Bringing Scriptural Holiness To Norman. REV. RAYMOND W. HURN, Pastor Class of 1 94 3

Our B-P.C. Students : Lela Brown, Eunice Bettes, Kay Fortner, and Clarence Henegar. 227

FIRST C HUR C H O F THE NAZARENE D O D G E C ITY, KAN S A S

Avenue "A" At Cedar

",t/ e�

'kJiih A VUioH. Jn A

e�

Rev. Milo L. Arnold

'kJiih A dJ.�"

"THE FRIENDLY CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"

PAUL D . MANGUM, Pastor

ALAMEDA AT BOOTY

First Church of the Nazarene Corpus Christi, Texas

I n The Heart of America's Most Beautiful City 228

CHURCH of the NAZARANE

FIR ST CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Chestnut at Grant Sts.

CARTHAGE, MO.

1 1 th and Prescott

SALINA, KANSAS REV. ROSS W. HAYSLIP Minister 路

REX CONNER Minister of Music CONGRATULATIONS TO BETHANY-PENIEL

A. D. SMITH Sunday School Supt.

COLLEGE

"A Spiritual Church With An

And Our Students-

Roy Archer

Evangelistic Emphasis"

Throu gh these Doors Pass

Jerry Hull

Friendly People Seekin g to WOrship 路 God in Spirit

Jack Driscoll

and in Truth .

REV. HAROLD JONES-Pastor

Congratulations to the Class of '54

HOOKER, OKLAHOMA

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

DENVER GROUNDS S.S. Supt.

HAROLD WITZKE N.Y.P.S. Pres.

Broadway and lmo

REV. FRANK J. KEMENDO Pastor

MRS. HENRY WITZKE N.F.M.S. Pres. 229

THE LOUISIANA DISTRICT e

STANDS FOR T H E PROGRAM O F T H E C H U RC H

e

BELIEVES I N OLD FASHIONED REVIVALS

e

IS ALL OUT FOR SOULS BOYS AND GIRLS CAMP JUNE 1 4th-17th

District Camp July 2 5th-July 4th •

Fort Jessup Camp July 30th-Aug. 8th •

DR. T. M . ANDERSON •

DON SCARLETT •

REV. ROY BETTCHER MR. GERALD JENKINS

MR. AND MRS. GERALD JENKINS

B. M. LOFTIN-N.Y.P.S. Pres. 301 8 Gordon Avenue Monroe, Louisiana

ELBERT DODD-D.S. 1 6 1 1 Henry Street Pineville, Louisiana

MRS. ELBERT DODD-N.F.M.S. Pres. 1 6 1 1 Henry Street Pineville, Louisiana

ADA FIRST CHURCH

PAUL E. PITTS-S.S. Board Chm. 32 3 Oakland Street Lake Charles, Louisiana

R. A. McCORMICK-Treasurer Box 142 Monroe, Louisiana

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

North Oak Ave. At Ninth REV. R. S. BALL Minister

MRS. REVADALE JONES N.Y.P.S. Pres. JIMMIE HALEY S.S. Supt. DOROTHY BURNS N.F.M.S. Pres. 2 30

Park at Lincoln

SAPULPA,

OKLAHOMA

REV. G. W. ABLA Minister

TEXARKANA FIRST'S STUD ENTS

BUDDY FARR

BARBARA GOODSON

BARB,A!tt MORRAY

MR. & MRS. ALLYN KENNEDY

BOBBY RHODES

REV. FLETCHER SPRUCE PQstor

231

DISTRICT

ADVISORY

AND

B OARD

O FFI CE R S

• Assembly and Conventions-July 26-30

B ETHANY FIRST CHURCH

J. T. GASSETT Superintendent

DR. HUGH C . B ENNER, Ge ? eral Superintendent

' 'Know God DR. E. S. PHILLIPS Advisory Board Sec.

L. WAYNE SEARS Advisory Board

H. L. CRADDOCK Advisory Board

DR. JAMES GARNER Advisory Board

- - - Be

- - - Go - - - T

DR. FRED FLOYD District Sec.

NORTHWEST

D . R. DANSKIN District Treasurer

OKL

B O O STING B ETHANY-PENl D I S T R I C T N . Y . P . S . O F F I C E.R S • Camp and Institute-July 5-9

JAMES C. HESTER N.Y.P.S. President

Camp Fellowship

(Near "W'ichita, Kansas)

DK MENDELL TAYLOR, Speaker

2 32

M . L. RIDDLE N.Y.P.S. Vice-Pres.

MRS. M. L. RIDDLE N.Y.P.S. Sec.

KENNETH FAEY

DANFORD W. ALGER

1\.T V P «;;::

TrP-:��nrPr

T .omnliuhtPrs T .f'oUnP

"By My Spirit - - - Stand, Speak, Share, S

LYLE SAXTON Teen-APP Ren

SUE BURTON

DI STRICT CHURCH SCHOOL B OARD AND J UN I O R D I RECTO R S • B0ys and Girls Camp-June 2 1 -July 2 • District \Vorkshop-September 27-29

DR. V. H. LEWIS, Speaker

�ng

r

1

L. WAYNE SEARS Church Sch. Bd. Chm.

-

- - - Do Exploits

- -

w· ,, ln

M . L . RIDDLE Church Sch. Board

MRS. CHARLES ROBERTS Junior Director

HOMA

JAMES HESTER Church Sch. Board

DARRELL L. SLACK Church Sch. Board

FRANK McCONNELL Church School Treasurer

A. LEROY TAYLOR Church Sch. Board

DISTRICT

C O LL E G E I N E V E R Y WAY ! D I S TRICT N .I . M . S . O FFICE R S • District Convention-July 26th

MRS. ELMER STANLEY N.F.M.S. President

BETHANY FIRST CHURCH DR. REMIS REHFELDT, Speaker

"I Must Work - - - the Night Cometh "

MRS. EARL HARRIS Treasurer

MRS. D. RAND PIERCE Recording Sec.

MRS. ROY H. CANTRELL N.F.M.S. Vice-Pres.

MRS. J. P. INGLE Corresponding Sec.

MRS. D. R. DANSKIN Suo't. of Studv

MRS. E. S. PHILLIPS Suo't. of Pub!icitv

FIRST

CHURCH

of the NAZARENE

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Mary land a nd Battery

MELZA BROWN, Pastor

CHUCK WI LSON, Minister of Music

Broadcasting over KARK Daily at 1 1 a.m.

920 Ki lo.

Sunday 8 and 1 1 a.m.

1 :30 and 1 0:30 p.m.

H O U STO N OA KWO O D - - S U P PO RTS By Students Gwenan C h i l d ress Jetta Mae Cook Don Conway Glen Golden V i rg i n ;a Lyn n Rogers Joh n Sch u bert

P足 C-

Pa l Wrig ht

GRANVILLE S. ROGERS Pastor

P a ying E d u c a tio nal B u d g e t Pub lic and Private Pray e r s 2 34

The First Church of the Nazarene Guthrie, Oklahoma

E. L. LOOMAN Pastor

Compliments Of The

FREEPORT Second and Noble

The Church with the Five point program for 1 9 54.

CH URCH of the NAZARENE

1 . Each of us win one Soul for Christ and the Church. 2.

Each of us win Five people for the Sunday School.

3. Each of us be present each Prayer meeting night in the year. 4. Each one of us be one to build the Spiritual condition of the church. 5 . Each one Practice Store-house Tithing for the year. We

believe this wiii be

a

C. R. WATSON Pastor

N. B. LORETTE S.S. Supt.

well rounded year for ail.

�� B O O S T E R S FOR B - P. C . "

F I R S T CHURCH o f the NAZ A R E NE Corner 8th & Trudgeon HENRYETTA, OKLA.

THE CHURCH WITH A •

Reverence for the Past! •

Program for the Present! •

Vision for the Future!

W. H . DEITZ, Minister 235

MRS. V. H . LEWIS N.F.M.S. Pres. CHARLES OLIVER N.Y.P.S. Pres. ODELL BROWN Church School Chairman DR. V. H. LEWIS District Supt.

H O U STO N D ISTRICT Where B.-P.C. Students And Graduates-Both Ministers And Laymen Enjoy Living And Servi ng The Lord In A Friend ly Ch ristian Fel lowship

C o n gratu lati ons Bethany-Peniel College On The New 2 36

Student Union

"And the hours shall be filled with music, With son g and praise and prayer, And the burdens of life be lifted From all who enter there." *

*

WE CONGRATU LATE B ETHANY-PE N I E L COLLEGE FOR H E R MARVELOUS S P I RIT A N D SCHOLASTIC ACH I EVEMENTS

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 33rd and "C" Streets LI NCOLN, NE BRASKA Clarence W. Perry, Minister

STUDENT RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

cosl' EL 'TE N-A , \'res. . D . c oo t-, J ,

BILL BURCH - Director

2 37

KANSAS DISTRICT

D I S TRI CT PAR S O NA G E WI C H I TA., KAN S A S

RAY HANCE MIL TON H UXMAN C. E . ROWLAND MRS. RAY HANCE

2 38

District Superintendent District N. Y. P. S. President District Ch. School Chairman District N. F. M. S. President

When in Kansas City

Worship With Us "The Singing Church With A Frien d ly We lcome"

JACK H. LEE Pastor

ROBERT SAWYER Minister of Music

CONGRATULATIONS

WE路 SUPPORT B-P.C.

To :

WITH :

ARROW STAFF

MONEY

and

PRAYERS

THE SENIOR CLASS

STUDENTS

ST. PAUL' S CHURCH of the NAZARENE 2908 I ndiana Kansas City, Missouri

SOUTHEA ST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT District Su p erintendent GLEN JONES

D ISTRICT PARSONAGE

ADVISORY BOARD : W. H. DEITZ H. M. CURTIS GUY RADEBAUGH MONROE PARKER

OFFICERS : HAROLD HARCOURT, Secretary 302 S. Ninth Durant, Oklahoma MONROE PARKER, Treasurer Box 964 Ada, Oklahoma

AUXILIARIES THOMAS GILHAM, N. Y. P . S. President JOHN ELLIS, Church School Chairman MRS. EARL JOHNSON, N. F. M . S. President MRS. GLEN JONES, Junior Director

2 39

CENTRAL

Co ng r a t u la t io ns

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 6 1 5 S. Lee

to

OKLAHOMA C ITY, OKLAHOMA

B - P.

.

C.

NORTH TEXARKAN4 CHU RCH OF THE NAZARENE

GEORGE ROBERTS Minister

LAWRENCE ABLA,

KENNETH TERRY Minister of Music

Pastor

"Let us· Be Yovr Church Home - While At College"

I

....' "'t_ . J# N A Z A R E N E Jl/len !J.Ht//,r)!inis/,y»

lOth i Pacific

·

·

·

Kansas City , Kansas

B ETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE AND

S ! L.U T E S

THE GRADUATING CLASS OF ' 54

E . H . GOODMAN, S.S. Supt. GERALDINE COLE, N.Y.P.S. Pres. MARION SNYDER, N.F.M.S. Pres.

PLEDGING B-P.C .

240

STUDENTS

PRAYERS

F INANCE

NORTH ARKANSAS DISTRICT

REV. J. W. HENDRICKSON District Superintendent

REV. BOYD C. HANCOCK District S. S. Chairman

EVERY DEPARTMENT BOOST I NG B E 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. J. W. HENDRICKSON District N.F.M.S. President

MR. ELBERT TYLER District Treasurer

Mr. Harold Barnett Rev. Paul Watson Rev. W. E. Latham Mr. Wesley Hamrich

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

REV. HARVEY E. RATHLUN District Secretary

241

" N ot h i n g l i e s o u ts i d e t h e powe r

of prayer except that which l ies

outside the will of God." M I N ISTERS R. T. WILLIAMS, JR.

242

KENNETH S. RICE

HARPER L. COLE

OAK AVENUE CHURCH

OF

THE NAZARENE

Our Student-Lou Ann Fox

1 7TH AND OAK DUNCAN, OKLAHOMA

"THE CHURCH THAT MAKES A FRIEND OF EVERY VISITOR"

ME RID IAN PARK

Rev. and Mrs. Earl C. Darden路 and Family

CHURCH of the N AZARENE

North West 44th and Meridian OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA NOBLE HATHAWAY Minister

243

CONGRA TULA TIONS •

ON THE STUDENT UNION BUILDING •

ARROW STAFF •

SENIORS OF '54

fr o m

N ORTH EAST O KLA H O MA DISTRI CT

DR. I. C. MATHIS District" Superintendent

ALBERT NEUSCHWANGER Church School Board Chm.

244

ROBERT WEATHERS District N.Y.P.S. Pres.

MRS. ESTER HENDRIX District Jr. Director

TOM SMITH S. S. Supt.

CLAUDIA JONES N.F.M.S. Pres.

ELDA MAY BOGART N.Y.P.S. Pres.

CONG RA TULA TIONS TO 1 954 SENIOR S From

EAST SIDE CHURCH of the NAZARENE BETHANY, OKLAHOMA " A FRIENDLY CH URCH NEAR

REV. DARREL SLACK

THE

C A !v1 P U S "

C H UR C H O F THE NAZARE NE WE ARE BOOSTERS

For

BETHANY-PENIEL C OLLEGE

1 2th and Stone GREAT BEND, KANSAS -

CLAUDE G. WHITE, Pastor

Our Students : Judy White

Lester Unruh 245

DALLAS DISTRICT District N.F.M.S. Pres.

District N.Y.P.S. Pres.

MRS. PAUL H. GARRETT

REV. HAROLD C. DAVIS Tyler, Texas

Dallas District

PAUL H. GARRETT District Superintendent

District Church School Chair.

REV. H . F. CREWS Denison, Texas

District Advisory Board

REV. CLYDE E. AMMONS REV. LOY WATSON MR. LAWRENCE CRAWFORD MR. NED THOMPSON

246

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

CULTURE

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE IS THE ANSWER TO YOUR PROBLEM•

The Problem of the Parent:

Where shall I send my son or daughter to college? •

The Problem of Youth:

Where can I receive a Christian education? •

The Problem of the Steward:

Where can I invest my money that I may receive -eternal dividends?

CHRIST

247

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249

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COLLE GE CLE ANE R S

3 1 ST & MAY

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Phone WH 9-68 3 1

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Little

BETHANY, OKLAHOMA

Serving the College and the Co mmunity

BETHANY, OI(LAHOJ\IA

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e U . S . Good and Choice Meats

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K.R AKER'S

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Phone WH 9-3440

"For Friendly Service and Quality Food It's PECK'S

B ETHANY

251

Community Loan & Investment Company 1 0 5 S. COLLEGE

PHONE NO. WH 9-4188

BOX 8 5

B ETHANY, O K L AHOMA

LOANS - FINANC ING CARS FURNITU RE

JACK DAVISON

2 52

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TH E DRAG

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COMPLIMENTS OF

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TE LEVI S I O N H EADQUARTERS FOR

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M OTO RO LA •

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B ETHANY

Phone WH 9-2698

JACK'S 5 & 10 "Where A

Dime

Is Still Worth 1 0 ¢ "

253

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"Wh e n T h i n k i n g of a H o m e 颅 T h i n k o f OW E N S '

BETH ANY 1 26 S .W. Ma in路

WH 9-2700

POWELL REXALL DRUG

"We Are Here to Serve You"

DRUGS - SUNDRIE S PRE SCRIPTIONS - Carefully Compounded -

1 26 S. W. MAIN

2 54

PHONE WH 9-6 5 6 1

Cof!tpliments of

BETHANY MEDICAL CENTER DR. PAUL MACRORY

DR. LEON GILBERT

DR. ERIC MOTLEY

255

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THE ALUMNI A S S O CIATION HOMECOMING B ANQUET

NOVEMBER 1 9 5 3

256

GARLAND SHAFFER Vice-President

REV. J. T. GASSETT President

DR. PAUL MACRORY Rep. on Board of Trustees

SHIRLEY NEWMAN Secretary

FLORENCE LUNDY Treasurer

CONSTANCE SPRUCE Historian

Compliments

P O S E VS

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of

AUT O S UP P y

ROB�RT POS�Y AUTO SU PPLY WHOLESALE - R ETA I L

1 202 8th Street

Wel lington, Texas

257

Who Says There's Anything Cleaner Than an Automatic GAS Ra.n ge? Everybody knows that parts of a n automatic Gas range lift o u t for q u ick and easy dish-pan sudsing足 keeps pots and pans shiny bright a nd kitchens cleaner, too. For finest cooking results on the Gas range YOU buy, look for the "Cp" seal足 a n unbiased guide to cooking per足 fection.

O K LR H O m R n RTU R A l {ja-6 CrnlljXIM!f

Compliments of

U P-TO- DATE CLEAN E RS

" Co m e i n fo r The Best in Dry Cle a n i ng, Pressi ng a n d Lau nd ry S e rv i c e "

1 1 6 S. W. MAI N

258

PHONE WH 9-2401

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BETHANY

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WE

S E RV E

OUR

COMM U N I TY

OUR

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BETHANY, OKLAHOMA

"Strivin g dail y to build a bigger and better Bethany"

Roy Brown

Melvin McC lure

''Food To Fit Your Taste At Collegiate •

Prices��

H ERMAN'S EAT SHO PPE 1 07 S. COLLEGE

260

]{Jri n ti ng •

a�d Lithograph ing

Produced in a modernly equipped plant.

Where machines cast new type for every job,

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

Where the best of camera and plate making equip­

ment is operated by carefully trained men who take pride in their ability to do better lithographing.

Where every order that comes to the plant is

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

Where QUALITY pnntmg and l ithographing

standards are maintained .

STAT I OII E RY & BAN K S U P P LY •

LAWTON

PONCA CITY

AMARI LLO

A N D T � E PRI NT I N G D IVI S I ON I N OKLA�OMA C I TY

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Com p liments of .

Stub a n d S u e 路

C9ompliments of Your Friendly T. G. & Y. STO RE B ETHANY

ZBS f'O 39th and McArthur

Headquarters for Col lege Students

For All Your Dru g Needs

C9ompliments of Dr. Ralph Shadid and

Dr. Earnest Gentile We Give

Bethany

S & H Green Stamps

WEHRENBERG DRUG Betha ny Phone WH 9-6361

262

THE

Salutes Th e

1954

ARROW

t

LOANS

INSURANCE

11£Al £STATE

Our F r iendly Office Staff Is Tra i ned to G ive You Prompt a n d Efficient Servi ce

It Costs Noth i n g to Ta l k About You r Life I ns u ra nce Prog ram

We Are Eq u i pped to Help You Locate and Buy You r Home

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

-Mrs. Junette Chenoweth

-Merlin C. Martin

-Mrs. Margaret Pershall

-Fred Vaughan, Jr.

-Mrs. Betty De Long

Paul Hoag 263

HAL OWEN PHOTOGRAPHERS O p eratin � I n

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PEARL STUBBS

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T h e

l

W i s h e s

9 5 4

T o

A R R O W

EDITH CARTWRIGHT

MARLYN MAY

ME ET T� E GA N G AT

KEY'S

GOOD

J:o o D I I •

CAM P U S"

ONE AND TWO DAY SERVICE

'•

Bethany's f i n est a n d most modern D ry Clea ners

"Always Boosting B-P C" ELMER MANN a n d JAY R. JACOBS, Owners

1 1 5 S. COLLEGE

Phone WH 9-3332

26 5

W E S T E R N M OT E L

"On Hiway 66

e Air Conditioned

e Private Baths

-

One Mile West of B-P.C."

e Central Heating

e T.V. In Rooms

WESTERN AUTO ASSOC IATE 1 2 3 S. COLLEGE C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s

S E N I O R S

from

CoLLEGE SHoE SHoP 1 0 5 SOUTH COLLEGE

Mr. Kendall shows Jim Gardner and Jim Trimble the latest in Auto Supplies

B ETHANY, OKLAHOMA

266

BETHANY FLOWER SHOP

ONE BLOCK EAST OF THE CAMPUS

''Me e t i ng t h e Flo w e r Ne e ds of B e t h a ny ' ' The LORETTS & The H I LLS

267

BUSINESS PHO . : WH 9-3 378

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1 22 W. Ma;n

BETHANY, OKLA.

HOME PHO. : WH 9 3664

T �� � c

I HOWARD BYNUM Owner JAMES JANUARY Salesman

��your Headquarters

BOB WILLIAMS T.V. Tech.

For All Appliances"

THE A S S O CIATED STUDENT B O DY O F BETHANY-PENI EL C O LLEGE . . . HAROLD TYLER

LUTHER CLEGG

Vice-President

Arrow Editor

BETTY CHERRY Secretary

JAMES POSEY Reveille Echo Editor

PROF. L. L. DUNN Sponsor

BILL BURCH Religious Activity Director

CHUCK HARPER Freshman Class Rep.

DWIGHT BUGH Junior Class Rep.

BOB PARKER Sophomore Class Rep.

BENNY DOGGETT Senior Class Rep. MARION SNOWBARGER President

268

CONGRA TULA TES the

1954 ARROW

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ST U D ENT I N D EX AARON, JIMMIE L. 72, 1 52 1 04 Main, Duncan, Okla. ABRAHAMS, ALICE ------------------ 72 1 406 E. Prien Lake, Lake Charles, La. ADAMS, RAYMOND K. -------------- 60 3 1 2 3 N. W. 1 6th, Oklahoma City, Okla. ADAMS, YVONNE 72 Route 1 , Anderson, Mo. ADKINS, GEORGE W. 60 6709 N. W. 29th, Bethany, Okla. AKIN, EULENE 72, 1 28, 1 62, 1 6 3 1 3 1 2 W. Ponca, Ponca City, Okla. ALDRICH, DOROTHY --------------- 84 5732 N. West Ave., Bethany, Okla . ALDRICH, HELEN 60, 1 28, 1 5 3, 1 6 2 2 5 3 3 Verona, St. Louis, Mo. ALDRICH, PAUL A. ------------------ 52 5732 N. West Ave., Bethany, Okla. ALEXANDER, MARJORIE ------------ 72 Ponca City, Okla. ALEXANDER, SHIRLEY 72, 1 9 1 , 1 89 909 Meadow Lane, Tyler, Tex. ALLEN, HAROLD 72, 1 6 3 Lubbock, Tex. ALLEN, NORMA JANE 60 Box 883, Terminal, Tex. ALLEN, ROBERT E . 72, 1 84 5 502 N. West Ave., Bethany, Okla. AMBRO, PAUL E. -------------------- 36 St. Louis, Mo. AMMONS, DORIS 60, 1 62 5726 Morningside, Dallas, Tex. AMMONS, JANELLE 30, 72 5726 Morningside, Dallas, Tex. ANDERSON, MARATHA 60, 1 9 1 1 609 N. E . 1 5th, Oklahoma City, Okla. ANDERSON, ROBERT --------------- 60 5 1 3 W. Logdsdon, Bethany, Okla. ANNELER, GARLAND 72 Route 2, Sylvia, Kans. ARCHER, FREEDA A. 60, 1 6 3 Sayre, Okla. ARMSTRONG, DOROTHY 60 4 1 0 W. Central, Arkansas City, Kans. ARNDT, LOWELL ------------------- 72 307¥.! N. W . Main, Bethany, Okla. ARNDT, NADINE -------------------- 72 1 320 Mill, Alva, Okla.

BAGGETT, CARL 1 28, 1 4 1 , 1 82, 1 84 Route 1 , Bentonville, Ark. BAILEY, JAMES --------------------- 36 Greenville, Tex. BAILEY, ORVILLE -- ----------------- 72 Oronogo, Mo. BALDWIN, ANN HART 36 1 0 5 N. W. Second, Bethany, Okla. BALDWIN, CHARLES E. 72, 1 84 3 1 4 N. W. Second, Bethany, Okla. BALDWIN, FRANK ------------------ 72 1 06 N. Mueller, Bethany, Okla. BARHAM, PATRICIA ---------------- 72 Cabot, Ark. BARKER, ROBERT 72 5 3 0 S. W. l Oth, Oklahoma City, Okla. BASS, DWIGHT 52, 1 3 5, 1 84 Dixon, Nebr. BASS, MARGARET COE 36, 1 3 5, 1 9 1 902 Fribley, Tampa, Fla. BATTIN, TOM ---------------------- 72 1 509 7th, Lubbock, Tex. BAUDER, SHIRLEY ------------------ 72 Box 2 1 3, Scotts Bluff, Ark. BAUGHN, NORMAN - � 72 Marlow, Okla. BAXTER, LENORE 72 Wray, Colo. BAXTER, SHIRLEY 73 7 1 9 N. Gillette, Tulsa, Okla. BAXTER, WENDELL 36 69 1 3 N. W. 57th, Bethany, Okla. BEAVERS, ROBBIE GWYNN 73, 1 70 Arcadia Drive, Center, Tex. BELL, SAM 73, 79, 1 62 1 1 0 5 W. Cave Springs, El Dorado, Kans. BELL, SHIRLEY 73, 76, 1 28, 1 59 401 5 Brookview Road, Austin, Tex. BETTES, EUNICE 73, 1 60, 1 70 1 2 30 N. Peters, Norman, Okla. BIBB, EDGER ----------------------- 5 2 Blanchard, Okla. BIGGS, GEORGE 60, 1 66 Box 84, Wayside, Kans. BLANCHARD, HENRY --------------- 36 Box 628, Bethany, Okla.

BOND, MARVIN 60, 74, 1 8 1 , 1 82 Box 1 573, Pampa, Tex. BOND, RUTH _! 73 Ingalls, Kans. BONSER, ELSIE --------------------- 37 205 S. W . First, Bethany, Okla. BOOMER, W. 0. --- ---- 60 Route 3, Okarche; Okla. BORRON, ROBERT K . 60, 1 67 20 5 ¥.! N. W. Main, Bethany, Okla. BOWMAN, JUANITA ---------------- 7 3 3447 E. Murdock, Wichita, Kans. BOWMAN, LEE R. ------------------- 84 1 07 N. W. Second, Bethany, Okla. BOWMAN, VERLA ---- -------------- 60 Harmon, Okla. BOYD, TOM 60, 1 59 1 208 Idyewood, Lufkin, Tex. BRANNON, BETTY ------------------ 73 125 N. Wheeler, Bethnay, Okla. BRAUDAWAY, PATSY --------------- 7 3 1 202 N. 7th, Wichita Falls, Tex. BRITT, ROBERT 37, 1 82 3614 Bellefountain, Kansas City, Mo. BR0CKMAN, BERNON L. ------------ 52 Vivian, La. BROWN, ARLYNE ------------------ 60 Swan, Mo. BROWN, JOAN ---------------------- 73 4 1 1 S. 8, Arkansas City, Kans. BROWN, LELA ---------------------- 7 3 7 0 3 E. Symmes, Norman, Okla. BROYLES, LORETTA 60 Route 3, Alma, Ark. BRYAN, DOTTIE WHITL_ 37, 1 34, 1 66, 1 70 Route 1 , La Junta, Colo. BRYAN, ELIEEN -------------------- 6 1 Box 2 24, Guymon, Okla. BRYAN, ROBERT, 52, 1 1 6, 1 34, 1 84, 1 86, 188 801 N . Crumley, Guymon, Okla.

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COLLINS, FRANCES 74 Box 1 4 1 , Bethany, Okla. COLLINS, VERNON 84 Box 1 4 1 , Bethany, Okla. CONWAY, DON 1 60, 1 6 3, 1 69, 1 9 1 , 1 9 3 Box 5 74, Bethany, Okla. COOK, BERT ------------------------ 74 Box 6 1 6, Bethany, Okla. COOPER, RONALD 38, 1 67, 1 8 3, 1 84, 1 9 2 Box 2 4 5 , Melrose, N . M. COPE, EVA MAE 51, 52, 1 27, 162, 1 7 5 , 204 709 N. Davision, Cleveland, Okla. COPELAND, MOLLY 74, 1 5 3 Route l, Lowell, Ark. COSTON, ALTON H. 38 4 1 6 S. E. 5th, Bethany, Okla. COSTON, EULA PEARL 74, 207 Box 1 22, Nazareth, Tex. COSTON, OSCAR -- ----------------- 74 Box 5 2 1 , Bethany, Okla. COURTNEY, MIKE 38 1 04¥.! N. W. Second, Bethany, Okla. COURTNEY, PAT ------------------- 5 2 l l lh N. Main, Miami, Okla. COX, JOYCE --------------38, 5 5 , 1 72, 1 79 224 E. Mosier, Norman, Okla. COY, ARLIS S. ---------------------- 74 1 5 3 5 N. W. 48th, Oklahoma City, Okla. CRABB, IMAGENE 74 Box 2 529, Amarillo, Tex. CRAIG, GRACE 61 Box 1 4 1 , Meade, Kans. CRAWFORD, CARO;LYN 74, 82 Box 1 39, McKinney, Tex. CRAWFORD, JAN 74, 206 1 1 0 1 E. Ave., Wellington, Tex. CROSLEY, RONALD ----------------- 74 Box 44 3, Elkhart, Kans. CYPERT, CLAUDE 74, 140 Route 3, Brownfield, Tex. CYPERT, ELI 52, 1 00 726 N. College, Bethany, Okla. CYPERT, JEANNE 52 7 2 6 N . College, Bethany, Okla. _________________

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DAVIS, NANCY --------------------- 61 Box 1 4, Walter, Okla.

ELLIS, VINCENT East Fouke, Ark.

COKER, KENNETH 61 2408 S. W . Grand, Blvd., Okla. City, Okla.

DAVIS, RICHARD W. 37 1 2 Park, Kansas City, Mo.

ELLISON, BEN 75, 79, 1 58 809 E. 2nd Ave., Pine Bluff, Ark.

COLLINS, BOBBY G. Gen. Del., Laird Hill, Tex.

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GANN, LURA YVONNE -------------- 76 1 50 5 Garden, Austin, Tex. GARDNER, DUANE ---------- ------- 62 Route 2, Delta, Colo. GARDNER, JIM 52, 62, 1 62, 1 82, 1 8 3, 1 84, 1 86, 1 89 404 E. Kansas, Meade, Kans. GARNAND, IRMA LEE 76 Route 2, Box 343, Ardmore, Okla. GARNETT, EMIL ---------------- --- 5 3 Vet. Hut 5 , Bethany, Okla. GASSETT, DON --------------------- 62 403 N. Redmond, Bethany, Okla. GIGOUT, BOB 76, 1 68 2 202 Third St., Galena Park, Tex. GILL, RAY L. ----------------------- 76 1 0 3 '-h N. E . 2nd, Bethany, Okla. GILLHAM, J. D. --------------------- 5 3 700 W. 1 5th, Panama, Fla. GLIDDEN, ZELLA 1 4, 39, 1 66, 1 70 205 W. Ave., Glendale, Ariz. GOODE, HERB ---------------------- 5 3 Route 1 , Box 1 5, Grand Saline, Tex. GOODNO, MYRLENE 56, 62, 162 Route 1 , Ponca City, Okla. GETSINGER, JOYE 76, 1 58 Morrilton, Ark. GOODSON; BARBARA 57, 62 2009 New Boston Rd., Texarkana, Tex. GOODSON, BILL 1 62 2009 New Boston Rd., Texarkana, Tex. GORDON, VONCIEL_76, 202, 204, 208, 209 Delight, Ark. GOULDEN, TEDDY 53 1 1 3 Merril St., Marshall, Tex. GRAHAM, KERNEY 39 Route 2, Kaw City, Okla. GRAHAM, MARLENE ---------------- 76 1 507 W. 26th, Houston, Tex. GRAY, BURTON 76, 1 28 2220 S. Santa Fe, Wichita, Kans. GREEN, YVONNE ------------------- 39 Route 3, Augusta, Kans. GREVE, MARJI 76, 1 66 1 00 5 High, Grinnell, Ia. GULDI, E ILEEN --------------------- 62 540 1 Portland, Oklahoma City, Okla. GUNN, GORDON 39, 1 8 3 207 E . Madison, McAlester, Okla. ______

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JANZEN, HENRY RAY 41 Box 5 0 1 , Bethany, Okla. JARRELL, DEJUANA 54, 1 34 1 0 5 S. W. 6th, Bethany, Okla. JARRELL, DICK 54, 1 34, 1 84 1 0 5 S. W. 6th, Bethany, Okla. JARVIS, CLEM ---------------------- 77 S. Husband Rd., Stillwater, Okla. JERNIGAN, ROBERT E. 78 1 020 W. Santa Fe, Blackwell, Okla. JOHNSON, lOLA -------------------- 78 1 1 3 2 E. Park, Enid, Okla. JOHNSON, WILLIAM 41 Gen. Del., Bethany, Okla. JONES, BARBARA 42, 144, 1 66 Route 3, Hutchinson, Kans: JONES, CHARLES 42, 1 4 1 , 1 66, 1 69, 1 72 6727 Paseo, Kansas City, Mo. JONES, CLAUDIA -- ------------- ---- 42 501 N. Redmond, Bethany, Okla. ______________

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LAIN, VIRGINIA MAY 42 Box 1 0 1 , Elk City, Kans. LAMAR, ROSE ---------------- ------ 54 403 East Oklahoma, Anadarko, Okla. LAMB, AULEEN -------------------- 54 7 1 4 N. College, Bethany, Okla. LAMB, HARRY ---------------------- 54 714 N. College, Bethany, Okla. LANDTROOP, DOYCE 43, 1 60, 1 66, 1 70, 1 7 5 , 192, 20 1 , 202, 203, 204, 206, 208 Route 1, Floyd, N . M. LANGFORD, EDWINA -------------- 78 808 N . College, Bethany, Okla. LANGFORD, JAMES 54, 1 3 5 Z l la N . College, Bethany, Okla. LANGFORD, SUE -------------------- 84 Route 1, Gilmer, Tex. 78 LANGH ELD, MARGARET Route 3, Box 63-A, Minden, La. LASHLEY, VIOLET 78 Middlebrook, Mo. LAWRENCE, GLYNELLE 78, 1 5 8 Route 2, Robertson, Mo. LAY, RUTH ANN 78, 1 36, 1 38 526 E . Oak, Chandler, Okla . LEDBETTER, HOWARD 64 Box 207, Bethany, Okla. LEPPER, JOHN ------ ---- ----------- 64 4 1 7 East Main, Bethany, Okla . LEVERICH, JACK ------------------- 54 1 1 7 W. Azres, Norman, Okla . LEVERICH, RUBY ------------------ 84 Box 206, Bethany, Okla. LINDLEY, BOB 183 Bethany, Okla. LIVINGSTON, VIRGINIA ------------ 78 1 1 6 S. W. 39th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. LONG, CLAUDE -----------------43, 1 74 Johnson, Kans. ___ ____________

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LUTHER, KENNETH ---------------- 78 I I 0 S. Mueller, Bethany, Okla. LUTZE, FLORINE 78, 1 5 2 832 East Kiowa, Colorado Springs, Colo. LYTLE, JAMES 64 821 W. 7th St., Junction City, Kans. ________________

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MANN, BARBARA 79, 167 5728 Kenwood, Kansas City, Mo. MANWARREN, EVANGELINE 64 Route 3, Lyons, Kans. MANWARREN, HOWARD 79 Route 3, Lyons, Kans. MARTIN, J. R. ---------------------- 54 4703 N. W. 39th, Oklahoma City, Okla. MATNEY, DARELL ------------------ 64 1 04¥.! N. E. 3rd, Bethany, Okla. MAY, GENE ------------------------ 64 7 1 3 E. 9th St., Dewey, Okla. MERCER, RONALD 79 Camargo, Okla. MERRILL, KENNETH 30, 44, 1 59, 1 69 4 1 07 Victory Dr., Marshall, Tex. MERRILL, SUE 79, 1 38, 1 59 4 1 07 Victory Dr., Marshall, Tex. MIDDLETON, REBA ---------------- 54 5 1 0 S. Oak, Holdenville, Okla. MIKKELSON, VERNA 64, 1 66 3 346 1 6th Ave. so., Minneapolis, Minn. MILBURN, ANNA ---------------- ---- 64 Route 4, Perry, Okla. MILBURN, EVELYN 1 2, 79, 1 70 7 1 19 Paseo, Kansas City, Mo. MILLER, JOEL 44, 1 28 1 07 N. Peniel, Bethany, Okla: MILLICAN, CAROLYN 30, 5 3, 54 9 1 7 Preston, Waco, Tex. MINCHEW, BARBARA 79, 1 39 McGehee, Ark. MITCHELL, BOBBY 79 3 1 3 N. College, Bethany, Okla. MIYANISHI, BARBARA, 8 1 , 84, 1 60, 1 7 5 , 202 5 1 3 Kaiwiula St., Honolulu, Hawaii, T.H. MOBLEY, ORVILLE 55 208 N . Donald, Bethany, Okla. MOBLEY, SHIRLEY 65 2 0 8 N. Donald, Bethany, Okla. MONROE, HARRIETT 16, 65 1 1 4 1 Grand Ave., Carthage, Mo. MOORE, BOB ----------------------- 79 5 5 1 9 G. St., Little Rock, Ark. MOORE, HAROLD WAYNE 79, 1 8 2 1 7 1 7 E l Paso St., Wellington, Tex. ________________

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MYERS, ARTHUR ------------------- 44 9 1 7 East Third, Hutchinson, Kans. MYERS, FLOYD 5 5, 168 Kalvesta, Kans. MYERS, JOAN ----------------------- 84 9 1 7 E. Third, Hutchinson, Kans. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____

NEAL, DWIGHT -- ------------------ 79 5 8 1 3 S. 10th, Omaha, Nebr. NEAL, MELBA LYNN 60, 65, 1 63, 1 9 1 2 0 7 N. Peniel, Bethany, Okla. NEAL, NAOMI JOY ------------------ 44 208 N. W. First, Bethany, Okla. NEEL, PERRY ----------------------- 6 5 Box 1 5 5, Loraine, Tex. NEELY, DIANE 65, 1 62, 202 1 1 4 N. Peniel, Bethany, Okla. NEFF, DEAN 79, 1 28, 1 84 3 5 Bunkhouse St., Phillips, Tex. NEHRBASS, GYPSY 79, 170 Route I , Lawrence, Kans. NESMITH, WANDA 17, 79 1 1 6 E. Maple, Cushing, Okla. NEUENSCHWANDER, DWIGHT 65 505 N. W. 8th, Bethany, Okla. NEUENSCHWANDER, EVONNE 84 505 N. W. 8th, Bethany, Okla . NEWTON, RICHARD 65, 1 84 6 1 4 N. Fifth, Chetopa, Kans. NICHOLS, JAMES -------------- ------ 5 5 Ryan, Okla. NOFFSINGER, EUNICE 69, 80, 1 1 6 406 Curtis, Brush, Colo. , NOFFSINGER, JIM 5 5 , 1 27, 1 62, 1 74, 1 84, 1 8 5, 1 9 3, 2 0 1 , 202 406 Curtis, Brush, Colo. NOGUCHI, ELSIE 65, 8 1 , 1 04 1 760 Mahani Loop, Honolulu, Hawaii, T.H. ____

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