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q able of Contents ADMINISTRA TION COLLEGE

THEOLOGY ACADEMY FINE ARTS

ORGANIZA TIONS JOKES AND KODAKS ADVER TISEMENTS.


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FOREWORD T o renew once more the ties whic h are as hap pyas we shall eyer know , [ 0 awaken again in us the memories of the days that are past, to strengthen mo re surel y the bonds that link us [ 0 o ur dear Alma Mater. is the sincere wish o f the edito rs of the Ninelelln Hundred Twenty -Five Arro w.

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L. M. MAY , B. S. in Ed .. M. A. Dean. Proh'.~sor o f Rl'ligious Education W e kno w few who have g iven so freely and un~elf is h l y o f their time and eff o rt to the p ro mot ion o f t he ben interests o f

our school. and to the bew: rmt nt of student welfare. A man who is lende r :an d sy mpathetic, no bl e and co ngenial , yet firm in h is convictio ns: a sublime combination of all that is good and true . To a mOln who possesses such qualities as to make himself a valuabl e and indispensable h et ot in the fo rwarding of o ur edu cati o nal wo rk . this third vo lume of t he " Arrow" is lovingl}' dt dic.1ted.

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For the past five yea rs Betlxlny -Peniel College has had a phe no menal grow th in all departments. The enrollment has passed th ree hundred and twen t y-five. the second largest en roilment in any of our schools. Th e College of Liberal A rts has grow n from an enrollment of sixteen students five yea rs ago to nea rl y o ne hundred at the present ti me: the High School Depa rtment has more tha n treb led in this time. now numbering about two hundred students ; the Department of Fine Arts has not lagged in t he least ~nd best of all the School o f Theol ogy has more than doubled in enrollment. The Faculty has been strengt hened from year j1. rowing dClllolnd.

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High School Department a Faculty of twelve members. most of whom either have their Master's Deg rees o r are working toward them . The Soecial DeFartments are filled by qualified and compete nt teachers. and the Dean of the Theological Depa rtmen t is one of the great thin kers and theologians of ou r church. In recog niti on of the character of the wo rk done. the high school. normal training and two yea rs of college have bee n accredited by the State Department of Education. the University of Okl.ahoma . and by the severa l Tucher's Colleges o f the Sute. Bethany-Penitl College is ~ member of the J\meri :an Association of Junior Colleges. The quality and characte r of the st udents of B. P . C. is worthy of men t ion. H er graduates and students are occupyi ng important places in the chu rch lang ing from the steady lay -member in the pew to the Editor of the Her.lld of Iiol iness and the genenal superin tendency of ou r great C hurch. Our st udents for the most part are prepa ring for some SOrt of christian work. and most of them leave with the ideals of the I nst itution and o f the Chu rch woven into l'very fibe r of their being . They ate helping to build the Chu rch of thl' N.lza rene. One o f the school's gre.lt hand icaps has been the lack of separate bui l d i n&~ for the high school and college and for an auditorium la rge enough to acom modate the crowds at our special meetings . At this time .1 large commodious bu ild in g is being erected for [his purpose. The neW building will house the college of libe ral arts. it will contain a large basement auditorium fo r the dai ly chapel ~ rvi cu. and a large auditorium for our specia l program s and church S{'rviccs. Since the school is not burdened wi th;]; hea vy indebtedness and the supporting (erritory is solidly behind thÂŁ' institution : there is .lssured a 'g reat futu re for Bethany-Peniel College.

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A. B. Greenvi lle College. ( Illinois ) G n duate S tuden t Ok laho ma State University . Bethany -Peniel Coll ege owes an un pa yable debt of gra ti tu de to President Bracken . It is largel y through hi s PWI Onil] effo rts a nd the wisdom of his fa r seeing eye chac the college en · joys the affiliation and disti nction that she d ocs lod ay. And more than tha t he has conducted him self in every activity of school life in such a way as to w in the h ighest esteem. resp~ ~ t. and love of the entire student-body .

" He is so fi M in every way. W o rds fail us when we go [ 0 say H ow much he means to us. In all the spor ts he jud ged lh ~m fair In.1I school life he's been fo ursquare ; OUf Presid en t , we love him ."

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Business management No Institution o r ente rp rise of any kind can hopf: to succeed without II sa ne system,uie method o f conducting ils business affairs Rra lizing thi s fact. Bethany -Peniel College has given II grut du l of l ime and effort to the bus iness end of her work.

Thro ugh [he faithfuln ess and ingenuity of the Business Manager. Rev . B . F. Neely , in ca rr ying o ul the rulings of the Board of Trusltu as thei r represent.ltivc , the school was able to report 10 the A$$I!mblu all indebted ness paid an d II small surplus left on hand So far she has reuined this record

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Stc reury TreasurH

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C W . Davis

B. F. Harris

A . C. Smith

J . Hamp Willis

Mark Whitney

S H . Owens

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R. M . Parks J. W . Bose

C. B. J ernigan

Allie Irick

J . E. Thrudgill

G H. Harmon

John W . Oliver

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Pr,,,dtn l , The luceur o( ~"Y 1n51otUliOll dtptnds on tlx d.-mJnd for the c.utput ~nd rht usrful· nUl of IIx product Mfn with Ilrrlina Chrilt,)n (hU.Kln. lOund prine;pl" .tnd ~bilily will he in drmlnd by IIx nf'tdr of humlll;ly u lana II ,Ix world 1IIIIdi Our Alumn. IlJl fyidently OoM IU Ihlfe in luppl)',", 'hif demAnd We h,", HvftJI hundrt'd ",cmtlC'u who He 011' In til: .... o rld of hHdlhlPI )nd hIPP'"'$I, m(tl'"a IIx d,h"u1t.u Ih,1t lift hnnl~ with lilt ume Ilnnglh o f w,lI ,,"d pUnty of pu.J'lOSC ""lIh ...·h" .. they II) Ibly met 1M p.obleml 1R Khool life \Vt In proud Ihn twO o( fix Gtnfld Supt"nlrndfnlJ look dcgr«S hom 011 . wllra_ Dr J W ClOdwin )Tld PI R T . W,lh)m.. With tht~ Iff tht fditor~ of ('Iur HfUld 01 lioh"". ud S"ndlY School hUutUff, 0, . J,m,s B. Ch'pm)" And Dr E. P rUYI")n n mem o btu of our UWCiJllon. \\Ie ~Jt th~1 the PR.~idlnt of OUr o .... n Mlovrd collel(e Ind fourt(~Q nf Ihf mrmbt" o f OUr roKuhy Ire ludu3tes (rom B P. C. \Ve dw> hJve Olhe r collfl(c Ptrildcnu rhf~' JTt N \\,.' S~nd fo rd of OliWI Collr!:e. C. B \\Iidmtyrr o f PUJdenJ Collrllc Ind A S I,ondon of Hu!chinJOn Blb!e Sc hool. Of lhou who b~"c i:rJdllltrd fro m lilt Stnior College sinet Iht 1.... 0 collellu hnt betn They Ht Prof. I M M,y un;ttd, lhlte MI holdi ng Imp0rtlnl p<'"sllions in 0111 II(hool MI~~ Jum Cruch Ind MIl, Anmt E. Monillomny , ' hrn of them ITt prnchlOl( Iht /l.olptl Rtl' , Norville E. Wood, Rev . Muv in J . Jonn Jnd Rey. \V , R, McClure, Ont il on lilt mil lio n rleld in Ilfric •. Of ,holf whn hAI'e f,nidled ou r J"nior ColI~e (QU'St since 1920 • • bout A Ih;n:! Irl pUl'$uina cour.l('l in hillhtr tdllUti o n, ,boUI I Ihlld Jrt luc hlna in holintll And lutt s.:hool. and 1M TtmJindfr Ut tqullly d,vided in the fidd of ChristiAn work And hJ mc build.nl. In Ihe forl"lln nIlJ," o ut\' f!tld .... e h,,'" MIll Lton) 1~lIfW of tM clUJ o f '11 nd MIJ\ I ,Ih,n T Colt of th" clASS of '16. 80Ih Aft ;n AfriCA We ,1'10 h,yt Dr Rudol ph G I'in of the ' 16 cbu And Mr. Anol /1.'1" tln.. y \\,.I;f);t of the el,,, of ' 18 In Ch,n, Mr And Mn. [lttU Krihn of Itwo dnl of "19 ue ulld,nl! In Btlh.ny whIle on 11lt;, furlough In Ind;A Wf h"·,, Mr And Mn A O . r,iu.l Jnd of lilt ClAU of '22. \Vr bolst o f hn,nll lupplitd Ihr Wt""n Oun;ct with ~ luperlntendrnt in ~dd'l;on to olher dlilri cu Ih)1 h~,·t h~d fur Ihr,r IUpt'rinttndcnn l"duulJ 'fOm Btlluny Penlt! In addition In th<-<t mentioned Atr mlny whom lhe wrun co uld not Itt In touch wllh Ind also lhas( .... ho ,n bulld,na hAPPY Chr;ni~n homel, lht fou ndl110n of our Ullon ,nd ou r chuKh, Tht home (o m""l bSI yur wlS indeed , ytry h,pp y lime Thrrt Wtrt o~r on, hundred prutnt on Alumni OJY of Commencemenl Wt '" lookinl tor,un:! 10 thIS fU r'l Alumni D,y, May 191h as twinl the I ..utut yrl. N, X.

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We bid a fond far ewell to you, College Seniors. Your work w ith us, as students. now is done. And as you pass beneath our portals to YOUf life's lask, We wish to say we' re proud of you, each one. \Ve shall miss you from ou r class rooms An d ou r halls as we pass through . But we want you ( 0 always remember, That the doors of B. P . C. swing wide fo r you . You are no w the finished product of ou r school : You wi ll represen t ou r in terests far .and wide. But your sterling characte rs. assure O Uf anxious hu rts. That we' ll be well ca red for by the cbss of '25 . In your planning have an ideal, To uphold the school-t rue blue, In your thinking c.a ll t o mem o ry.

The doors of B. P . C. swing wide for you. Y o u have graced OUf institution. And we ho~ you'll never stop. If tbe w orld gives place to actions, Then, we're su re yo u'll reach the top. When the toils of life press heavy, And yo u need a lift or (wo. Pack your grip a nd start for Bethan y, Por t he doors s w ing wide for you , Y o u have wrought well, College Senio rs, And may you r future life be bright and helpful too. But where'e r you go, what'!,f you do, always remember The doors o f B. P . C. sw ing wide: fo r you.

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HO\l1 R Bllov.'s Mtndllln. Trxas OilA Prt"dtrrl , iRlla Hho . Glt, Club . Orr/w"rll, Journal ~1"fI . Ed Club. ' 1'101001111 but hLm Klf un b~ his pJI.1I It! - ~rr, rvuy inch ~ mJn, "

ItU .UI: fROWN . Ahrll/,an. T,:cQ, fkilu Rho. Spanosh Clu!l . GIN' Cluh

Ed Club . " Sht IS .. ell 1,l.rd by CI' try o nt. liontn. frJnk. Ind full of fun :' /Jr,hunlj . Ollfa

B I ... "'("IIE GARNER

CIIl" St<N'tar!/, ~I'" Rho , Spoms/l Club , GI" Club . •' 1\ m~Hffn ( hHmlnll 1nd f~ir, Music Ulfl\l hilt M" is Utf ..

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Cfhe Sophomore Class Bethany-Pcni"l College boasts this yen of the largest ar.d best graduating class of Junior College in her history. It is not necessary to go into further discussion of this statement for it is a. point on which we Brc all agrcl.'d. There are several unique futures abour the class of '25 that did not distinguish former graduating ci:lsscs. In the first pl3ce , cach member is a product c.f this college, for carh one has taken all of h is college work in our own instilu · t ion . OUf schools arc getting to the pl-a::c in the t'duc':lIio nai world wht>rc their rollege curriculum is full enough .and rccogni'lcd sufficiently by Stale institutions to justify the Nazarene yourg man and woman to take at least half of his fO llese course within their walls and have no fCM of losing any work o r heine ill the lowest division of classes when he goes to highl'r schoo!s of learnin~ . Our own Alma Mater affords its constituency this priviligc. Oue class is prominent in all school activities. It has representati ves in practically every organi zation of (hz student-body, includi:1g the "A rrow" staff, ··Jourr al " staff and Student Council. It furnishes a player fo r both the college girls' ard colll'gc boys· baskl't ball teams and it has a participant in the annual track m~c(. So, in spite of (he fact tillt this class is unusually s(udiou~ they have time to spend in helping fo rward the work of the sc hool secondary to the regular literary course. Almost without a single exception. the class is enrolled in the Fine Art .~ Uepartment of the school. A number are taking piano, and they expect to give to t he Piano Department twO diploma graduates Others are st udyin ~ fxprcssio:1. Violin and Voice. This would indic . lte that the Sophomore class believes the Fine Arts are the Divine Arts and that time is weli spent in the acquisition of these accompl ishments. Ar:otber phenomenal characteristic of this class is the fact, that each one is lookirg toward the teaching profrssion as a permanent life work . Space would forbid our st ressing at length the value of teachers trained in a Ch ristian School. It is possible for us to adopt a policy of isolation that would tend to binder rather than promote the cause of Christ. The public schools are one of the greatest channels for being a real blessing to be round anYWhere, and they are ope n to our prospective tl'<lche rs. I n order to cxp~ct the best from the rising generation, the best must be given it in the way o( instruction and we believe that the graduates of Be[hany-P{'niel College have the best to offer, both as to intellectual t raining and to religious. The (ormer graduates o f ou r school have had no trouble in finding employment and givinSt satisfactory ser\·ice, and we are sure the class of ·25 will raise this standard if it is altered al all . Some of o ur class arc going to ~pecialize In piano. other~ in violin, but the larg er number in the College of Liber.ll Arts preparatory to High School posit io ns. On the whole, our second year of college has been a pleasant .lnd profitable o ne. We have tried to acc umulat e all the knowledge available, and on the other hand have tried to use this information to make us better students. better class mates, and better citizens when we will have finished our college career and assumed the stern er responsibilities of life, Wf' conquu~d . cfou mill" flli thf ul , Cluu of '25 now Furno .." Other" goa/s loom up Mfor~ u.r, But W t tLlf'r will umtmlHr . Whrn UH l~au~ rht~ hall, of ftormng All tht glory Dnd 1M h o nor 'I hoi Wf' ltlJrrwd with", IhrM" p(>(IDI, And tht t<'iKhrrr who hoc;~ laug hl u, M ort 10 u, Ihun Ol~r mor/ub.

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College Freshmen

WILLIS OOBSO:-J

Pr~$,d.m

___ JoveI'

\ ' i(r-/'rell dcnl

JOHNSON

_ LOlllSE nV1W MRS. R . E. GILMOKE

SKrtla'lI - Tre,,~uur fuculllJ Rtprl'unlcultJr

Cl.>u Color.

Grt: n

MOTTO

~nd

Wh,u.

'路 We WIll build Ih~ bddu bf WlllCh we climb,"


I

, 'H!2 STUDENT CQUt":U L AND ITS ACT IVI TY '25 ma rks tnt second successful y("H of the student (ouncil. ItS .. im has been ;a dose r fo'? i.uionship b"lw('cn t he s;uden l body and the f.l= uhy Thl" student body through the coun(!1 has becn .-.ble to co-oper.He with the (acuity and to bring forth the best me.15urt5 for the 5: h ool. We .He very fonun,He to have the best representative membus of the '-Chool on tnt' council. and [hey have served admirably. The student council $tJnd ... for th::: best in $(hool and ;1 has rendered many excellent prog rams this yeAt. Its members 10ft pushers. the ones who bac).. \ very gootllctiviry. This year it planned and executed with eagerness tht' ide:! of deaning up the campus. [0 make O Uf school a Sl:hool we ca n be proud ot and we arc proud of it, (or it is the best. The grandest a ; h i~vcm~1lt of {b~ year by this body, has been the o rgan i.. Jdon of the Bethan y Peni el College JournJL This paper is or especial in te rest to the st udent body as it (!.'lls tbe 10('011 news, school evwts and also it is a lir.e advertisi ng medium for ll~e sc hool. It;s J hctor in lh~ upbuilding of Ihl' {allege Jrd aHords the ):ccple of Bethany a nd the friends of rhe college a cl ose toudl with the school a ct;vit;~s.

H. F

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Qheological Department

T~ Chur.h of the NnJunt is I ullt<! 0111 pt'opk to serve In ,bc Irut UplClty of Ipr~~d '1"1 II(nplur~1 ho!inrJ,ll. Sht hId madt a .... onduful ~,ofd of which WI UI all proud but in c,Jer to CQnllnllf 10 bt liM t rtAttJl blftS;nll to 11M most p<coplt. il " INO\III.I), lmpt'ur;vl rhl! she produ ct I p'otrwlYl, rduuI.d, Splfh filltd mininr)'. R ull~'nll tht nw.! ot mHtin~ this candidon the TMologiu\ DITunmln[ of 8tthlny Fentd COnt1l1 wu ullblishtd . Th. cnvironmtnt ntTi II co ndu clVl to sp,ritulllY whilt dN' r:'und ;1 bt'"1 IrlinN

Wt pa;nt w,th Christl;n dignity to Ih. hud o f our The olol;'" OtpHlm'lIl Profns:)! Ch,.te. Alit" McCoPllfll. I lis wOrlh [0 0 111' .chnol and church u lusllinrd hy Ihis po~ilion ~Ionf un not IJt, P'''Pf'f\Y utlmlltd HI nOt only know l, bUI hI Illi IhH valulbl. POWtr, H ludwrJ h,\'c, of imputing knowltdgf In IllS ImQIOiiul cb.lJ(s corr«t cnlphu •• ,lnd richl ,nlupnUl,o n I f f bo:;nl pb(fd o n l be H oly 5<t;pllorcr ud urOIi conce.n,n, the Book ~u p\»nt«f 0111 Ind c.n«f If InlfilUIIOM nf judg«f by mfn who ~n m~df by Imm, Ihen we h~Vf: no fen of our Theolollell Otp~nmfnt !xin! coil1,d In QIlf5110n ~~ Iny um •. for IhOM who III .n Prof McCo nn, ll'. cia"", Ife bteom,n&. roo tld lnd arounded .n tho trllth ~nd wtll Ix .blt 10 comb~1 Ih, forus o f !Volution lnd higher crlUc.un wi,holll wmlr..ng Ihtn hilh In God Thi. moin of God not ()n ly UPOllndl tIM t rulh bu, loib. lbe IT'&"mfnl' Ih~1 molY lit produced in !,vor o f uror lnd nib ~lIfntion 10 their blbcy n (olllpned w,lh Ihe Boo~ l', olcuo r McCo nndl 11 ably IAi,ICd by P.ofnsors Whitt and MlY Both of ,moe men lrt well prrpucd ro l!Ve .nlUllCllon tn the COlltS" wh.,h Imy orhr

r.w

We belicYt INI no dtplnm,nt of our KhoDl is belir, el\IIippt'd wuh cHiuenl luchrn ,han lhe ThealOSiu!. And il ytl I'fmlins for the {1I111., 10 flllly d;5(IO£f the ",!u. of Iitt I'l,ninl I'fCriYf'd bert.

R. W.

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Cfheological y raduates

e E l O'll'.

Old~ht)rrw

CIII/. 011/".

B.II In 1111 duly p rompt )\ tw.\' ull

w)[ch,d ,"d ..... tpt . tte

pr~ytd

II :

lnd foil 10 . III. LFOSA fORBI:S. Ponalu. N U Other kope hId lM nOnt. no , w"h .n hf~ but 10 II,)Uo " n>td.l, wnh Ilvn"" "IP' ,tit

(,n of hu S)Viobr "

r

M BATES /:Irthanl/ . O ~III. 'Of dlh. Ind wronl hc 'AlIlh,. td,ned n (VI' ot hers MHd And wllu Iv pruchcd .-'

T ruth, u I~

pUClic.d

NAl\CY KFM P I;R, BNhDnOj. 0_1"

" The end of i(H nlnll 15 10 ~n o '" God Itld o ul of Ih.r I. no",'.6" 10 lo vi Itld im ,!>"

Him:'

0"'"

BEVl:.RLY LEWIS, &tluml/. " Hf hll ) work . I lifo pup"., Iht hilh'll

Imploy""nt

of

whIch

humIn

nl[UR

Ii

up~blt."

D

0.'"

P . WIIITIl . lJ.tho"!I . Oury Itld ttldly Ire Ourl: .t11111. and fu lll';' I, btlonl 10 God ••

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Bible School Bethany-Peniel College stands fo r h igh C hristian principles and idcoa ls. She especially sl.'cks to indo:t ri n.:atl.' her Ch ristian workers and send out preach ers and missionaries with unshaken (.lit h in the Word of God. Among the means provided f o r study of Scriptures is the special annual Bible Course wh ich is given to p reachers and Ch rist ian w o rkers. A full prog ram i~ arrAnged and special Bible lecturers secu red. The course covers a pe riod of tw o wecks and three o r fo ur le: tu res arc given each day. We Wcr{' i ndeed highly favo red this ycar in havin g Rev. F. M . M es~ ng u of C hicago. who Ic: tured on Re velation. Rev. Messenger has for a numb('[ of years given hi mself to the scudy of Pro phecy and (he Second Com ing of Jesus His lectures wen" int eresti ng, helpful and proved to be a strong inClntiv~ co furth F. M M m~n gr r l'r study of the Book of Revelation. Rev. M.:ssenger especially emphasized the pa rt the world war had in the fulfilling of prophecy and the further judgme~ts that are to come upo n the e.lrth aher Jesus comes and catches away those that are ready as described by Paul in I 1 hess. 4 : 13-15 . A mong the o ther (eatu cl'S of the cou rse wen' the three lecturl's given by Prof. C. A . McConne ll on "Dying to Live", " New Wine in Old Bonll's" and " Which End of the Telescope-The Trinity." Bro. M cConne ll is one of the strongest Bible teachers in ou r Nazarent movement and these lec tures w"n' indel'd a source of inspiration a nd Lnformation to the audience. T h .. wonderful explanation of the dO:lrin .. of the T rinity prov.. d that the sp.. ak .. r had mad .. a thorough study of t he subject a n d was l master o f theology. R ev. B. F . Neely gave two splendid lectures o n "'T he Bibl e- Versus t hl' Tongues Theo ry." One need not be led asrray Into t he modern Tong ues movement after attentive listening to these st rong lectures o n wh a t th t' Bible teacht'S in regard to the receiving of the gi ft of tongues. Another rema rkable numbe r on the program was the lectures given by Prof. S. S. White o n '" The ImptiCil tions of Evol utio n." P rof. White has spent years o f time on the stud y of Evolution and is well able to meet the Evolutio nist o n h is o wn ground and give convi ncing proof tha t the do: trin es of the Bible so;u..ai led by the critics welt hold secure ly through the sto rms of higher criti sm. Seve ral oc ht'f o ut-of- tow n spe;akers w ere prl'sent among whom w ere Genual Superintendent R. T. Will iams . of Dall as, Trx :lS. Rev . P . H . Lunn of Kansas City, and Mrs. Alice M. Davis of Oklahoma City This special course is given for (h~ benefit of Ch ristian workers OVl'r this :md adjoi ning districts and about 300 ava iled themselves of the opport u ni t y of hea ring these lectures. A. M. L.

1'T -3 1-


Cjospel Tearns

VOlin; Mtn 路, Gospt l

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Tt~m


ACddemlJ Se nio rs Tilt High Schoot Senior class was org.tniztd With rnth U5 1.um Immedi,udy afttr tht oswning o f school and il w,u the first class to prescnt a program In ch a~1. Thl~ program was wIll ctndtrtd and enjoyed by all. The class was not Ulufitd by merely enttrl<lining the school with chapr! programs. thty "'"nltd to do something in a concrete way thaI would at lust partially show their OlIpprulalion for du r old S . P . C. So the president ( ,1ll l.'d a cI.1SS meeting and pbns wert considered to put a much needed flag pole on the umpus With their characteristic energy and ability they succtl'ded In tunsporllng tht giant piecu of steel from Oklahoma City and In {;II SIOg the pole. ThiS was accomplished about 9 :)0 o ne night in the moonlight and.l bt.1utiful sight i( was to Set the bronze ball nse to dizzy heights as it was dimly portrayed in the 50ft moon bea ms. The ne x t day at t he ch.ap"1 hour .a v~ry impressive Armis 路 tlce progrolm was given in front at the Administ ra tion building and Ihe presi dent of tlu stnicr C: .. 5S fo rmally p r~sen t ed the (1.1g pole .tnd a large lovely (1018 10 the s:hool Tht da~ has had some slendld $o:ia] activities through the yeu. Among Ihe antS that thry most appreciated was tht V3lentil1e tntertainment given by the Sponsor. Mis~ Juliet Smith , for th3t tvening wol~ sprnl in the most delightful molnner poSSIble This dolss ukts .In Important piau in athletics. Two SUrs o( lut yrar'< track mete are on theIr roll Their tennis team is ant of the Vtry belt and two Import a nt placts on the high school b<lsku ball tum art filltd by seniors. So the uniors have enduvored to develop sound healthy bodies u well ;as minds Tht Seniors havt had two members on the Student-Council. ant on the Jou rnal <uff and one on the Arrow suff. 0111 of whom did excellent WOrk and reflected crtdlt on the cLus Life IS a grt3t bolIde jlnd push jlnd stick-to- lt art hum.:m pre-req uisites for success. This cljlSS dou not p roftss to be jlblt to gu,uantu the f uture or dis dose its fate, but they can Judge it by the past and present. and the Seniors ha v.-: this yea r elChibited thue s uccess making quali ties to the extent chal we firm ly he lieve lhey will go out on the field of ac t ion to serve and to con qutr. Yet the seniors realize that mere h uman i nstr umentality is not sufficient. fo r eve ry o ne muSt have tht !Ouch of the divine upon his li(t if he wo uld achieve J~enu i l"!e success. God h ,1$ manifested bis richest bll'ssing upon those wbo have r layed a sp~cific part in H is work, such as p ruchlng. singing. Qnd thc p laying (If inst ru ments, throughout tnt school yea r They as a dollS ruliZt th<ll it will rake thIS soul help in ord~t to prove

fhe grra tUI bltssmg In futu rt life. and as they luvt their btlovo:d BClh3ny Pe nitl College. we dtvoutly prjly thai they mjlY hjlvt the beSt In life and be the ,'realtst h elp to need y humolnity and glorify God in their hvc$ (or il is Ht who ],at h redeemed us all from sin

o. S.

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T he-.lI

2

.Academq Seniors D"",,,,,_

STHU. DUNC AN . UIQp'~n.

Oil/II

Gin Club. Ed. Club

• AI pUI~ ~I a ~ .. l. ~nd 11 ptrflCl.

A nobl•• nd ,nnQunr i"'/ .. liLliE !!!. US, UIOP1QfI ,

"Ow.

l.oy,l'" ... of C' tlumM' •

O~III

Btl"""'"

Gin Clu t.. nOI .h.

foreign lid

CTi IO SCHWAB, ,,,~t,,oll. OJt:(" Uropum. l}ff.'''/~nI of Clan ,

S,,,(1,,,,

Cou",, ' . (;/rt Club.

· H. bu.ldrd

botll..

,h."

h.

know '"

II i......... ". ' p uu h: 1 mId. prom, " ... , In .11 " h ~o L I U'Y'I,H

hinl

M ARGUurTF. VAN W EELDI:N.

Grendf,,!<I , Ohlc. UWp'U", O«hf.trll. GI" Club, Jour. ".,1 S'<lII. CIIl" S.<t.rorll. · G ratt _IS In .11 hr' ttlP'. hnvr .. In hoff III tv . . , IflIU .. , d'g ""Y . nd love ••

'f" .

BAKKS R IJ.\~r;,

!lfr hanfj. Ok/II UIO",DrI

IX 111I.:rrr but don t be tOO ",no ul &11>0",,1. 011 /0 M"R.V Kf..\IPER, Uropum. Gift Club

,,,,,.pt,

· H .pp,nul l j th." w Ofry. So why ply tilt- highn pri e. ...

& t hlm". Oltl" rolumlH"n. G/H Club. " A dJ~shltr o f 1M lodl. di¥intly tJI! And mOSt d l~lnd, hi. "

1I.lILDltlcD HIC KS.

fIIlnai. &nd. TUIlI. CoIllml>.lIn . BlInd. A m ~ n 'l worth In Ihll world il nil mJlrd ~ccordlnl 10 hit cO/ld ",n"

BOON!;: HOOVER

8#thdnll. O~'a PlrTS CoIumb, an. 'f'rtlll. u"r 01 CIIW. Bend

Jn~rl'll

Co/tm<ln . 0,,"'11 Columbi"n . , ~ /101 1M tl\d o( liff.

E\'L I. YN M CKINNEV,

" HJpp;n u.s

Ch.."ttt

.....

& .... mom , CoIumlH"n A J w .. t he. al\d ~ h.ppy Who( mOrt co u ld On. dnin."

LOIS M IZELLE.

TUII<

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.A 2

Jlcdde mq Senio rs

ljtlnony . O llla GEORGE M ILLER, Ulop'fln. &md, G in Club . ' A liu1.t nOnMnu now Ind ltHon .

II "lilfwd by [h, bc1.r of mf" " M eLt on. T UIJI CoIumb"n ""'tuM SuNf . Studtnr Count,/ , Gin ( ;lub . C /IW Trfiliurt(. " He ;1 I m'lntt Ih~c anuets ill fhing< bll.h l. dr,iubk. tK~lth y ind JOYOU5 "

R E)" RQ&Y ,

& , h/l" I/, Okla C olum bum ' Wh,t 1m 1.1,1 yo u m~y brloe"r ~n d

MR S ILA LEWIS

p,J w" YOUf word upo n II .

1/1'" 01' lUnd, Tua& Co/umblC," " My tIU SU", ur my f"rirnds."

MAU Dle H OOV£R .

ROBERTA WHITt:. lk,h""I/ . Ok/a U'OfHIJn, Orr~II'fI , Gin Club .

" 1 ",v,r kl my ulld,n inurffT' w ith my tduUIIOII ..

&Ihanl}. O le/a C olumbian " 00 nOf mu.surr my kno wltdgr by my

C LARENCE P ULTS,

II~tLHr "

GWENDOLYN ROAN': .

8nhrmy . OIlfG

U,Opi,lrl . GI" Club . " A hippy trmptttd brinitr of ItHo bnt :' VERt. A LYeA,

Bdhlln!l, Oltl/l

Utopian. Gift Club , Ed. C/',b . " Hrr VHY fro w", H f r.lin T {H. ThJn Imilu of otht( mJ;dcnl Jrc." EOCAR RI CHAROSON . Sun Anlomo. Tu. U rOpian. &n,l. Clllq Potr . .. " m~n , flf. hil own hu rt "

Pttlltl, Tuus Ulopian , GI,t Club .

OPAL HAR RIS .

" Thty build 100 low who build Ix· nuth tht IUtI."

&,mmy. OItJ" CoJumMlln. SIfIut.,oOlIJ1.

VIOLA P ARRIS H,

" Tht t«rfC of ."CCut '1 cQ.uuncy of P"rpo~ .

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.AcddemlJ Seniors TllIU'AOGIt.l. R OBINSON &,h""II. Oil/II t'rnl"Cln, &",d, Orfl'wl"., Glff Club Thy p~lhwlY lift ' mont , ht . uu . (VA WOODRUrr, Col umbran, Etl

Woodwwd. 0'<1"

Club

Clal Vtlf«J.c-

/0,.,"" A a;ood ilUdtnt II ~ CI,dJl 10 hrr~lf

bu

d~~,m"u

.nd tit! Hhool ,.

EURA H MAl: BONO

Utop,"n , Ed " A sunburn look hum.n . h, pc . h~ WI, bo rn ..

wh~ n

£1 l)o,.uJo. Xllns ("n/umbum. GIlt Club, \f,U Pr", 01 Cillu "Lut"'''1 fro m 'Iud y mUll ~ won TW~I nl't, cn{,lItd from j.Oft (0 JOn

HAROI.D FRANKLIN.

CATl'OLEN'" VAN WLLI_D[~,

Gr.",J/.rld Oltl" UIO"."" Gilt Clu b Whtn SM !ud PllJofd by It <"mtd II kt Iht cus.nll o· c"llll" lt mUIIC [I.DA EICHHOLZ

£1

R",o,

Olt/II

Columbllll'! " Thf Ifmp~ of OUI purnt Ih olll h r..s ;1 "l~ntf .. ETNA CHIUSTAIN

/IoU" , 0141<1

Columbll'" -A !lUI nudeIU of Ut,hnll muit ,.

RVTH KOOKL=-< . Co/umb.lln. Ed

WU .. rtltll , 011'1/

Club .

. r,OA' thinal lOt impo$li blc 10 dihl:nCt ~nd slo.ill." Ln.Ll E Cox, Daughr,,~, OMa U ropian, GIft Club. " Thy vQice IS SWtt t IS 1/ it too k III mill" from thy h ct ."

Ern E OGot:N. C ufu,"bultl. Ed o r fallon: ~ It not chown fOI choott chtm fOI oo~lvu .

S\lCCU~

III.

w,

ELMER SJ,.(\U!S

Ulopi"". [vu y th,"; c()mn 10 h,m who WIllS Thtn:fofc wh y should I hony ."

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..Acddemlj J uniors VERA MCPtI \lL

Hobby

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REGINALD SNYOl:R

Hobby-/'IIJ1I,nq &d:fl Bol' Iltl.I" StMI'SON H obby

T""",'l harodlln(h'#1

MARY L EAR R eED

H ,bby-.ch<"",,,q

</um

HAROLD BARNUM

Hobby_ Do"..."

Bt:rH

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Forti

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JO:-:I' ~

MILOKLO S)~II~~

H,bby---C""'"nl/ twn JOHN SI J.l I"'>QN

HobbY_4PII1IJ'"'' I»,'h (A RLEJ<.[ H ICKS H o bby

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MILDlTro HOO5nN

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Hobby SHEL&V MCPHA il Hobb'-W......... , BE.~ICE

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WRIGHT

Hobb'---C\.IlImg CI"u.t' MflBLE MARTIN

Hobbl'--Going 10 Church in Oltf(J LOWELL HOOI'[I.

Hobby-\V"'rinq rtd

e"V

'1«/1,."

RUTH SP[LL

ETlIl'L GRAVES

WILLIE lfll

Hobby·......<:",,'"'l hmr

NoRR1~

Hobb, ""<;"'''111''9 E"9/t.h OPAL lOUTII.\ '1 MAR~

HULL

Hobby - -&'''9 qu'" GIlANV1LLG RCK.ERS

Hobby

£."'1/1 ret f'''''''m

FLOY HOUGH

Hobby - D''''9 Su.'ffl

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Jlcademq Sophomores

LI Roy LFWt:,

Prn.drnf

V,C"_P, •.,dr,,' SKrtrar!l - T rffllillfU " 'fI("u/rv

Rtpr'~"'"It<J.t

I ro ~ J OHSWS JOSePHINE D U!'ICA!'I lI.lR S M Jl...... CI.t. W1L SOto;

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MOTTO \Vh~t

..... , lr, to be we

Ar~

now lxtOm"ll..

CLASS ROLL JACK ELLIS CHAR.ITY BROWN lUI£R WRI C,IIT JASI>l:R STIVERSOS R UTH OLI\'ER

U : ROY LtW1S BI.AI" CH I' EVANS l uCY M I.:S~ LR A LVIN M AII I\W lil. L M A XII ' W1T1TN

VERDIE 1vI .\!;; FAIN LEON JOJlSSO~

RUTI I f .aRO rA RL CrMC U ~I, U II IIAI I Rl~TII PAIIIU:.1t HI UI.AII Sp l' l I. J OS lPIHl'\ D US-CAS GRACI nU I \I\N 1.,\UR.\ l AIN nn LMA M C \\'[I UAMS R UTII RO"INSON !;LOA [t CHH O! 7.

This cJaS5 is not content t o rem .. in " sm<lll acorn or 01 little OJk alway s. They a re mak ing p rogress toward tht brger and bent( thing . of life:. T hey Jrc Quite an indisptnsa bl, bnor in BcthOlny -Penicl Academy fo r next yea r tbey will be Juniors and the nu t year Seniors and if we had no Sophomores this yeOir we would probably holVe no Senior cl ass of '27. So it takes us all to make the school. The class expresses their appreciation to the Faculty Representa t Lve. Mrs , Jewell Wilson. who has so understJndingly .1nd w isely directed thti r Oictivities and stood by them in prosperity and adversity She will be proud of this class some day .

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Jlcade mlJ fre shm en

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S"UtIUfY

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J

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C ANOIRSOS 01',0\1.. AYCOCK R L' In' WOOD

PROI'. J. S

SIMPSON

CL\ SS ROLL IiAROL D S\\J n I

CRISS

('IIARI,IE f\'l)f R:.o:-:

LA WTO;':

CHI KRY

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RUB" woon

NORR1~

[\' IoRT B RfNTI U"(.l:R

EverNE H UKiLl.

('1',\1.. A YCOC K M AItVIN S rONE V I 1 '1"\ '\\HTH

R ,\DA (WLClll' R SADri Hl!"r r R UbY 0 1'''5

M AR" RII [) ARNOLD KI:.IH:>I .\1ARY NI-I;L \' lhs~1U WRI GII T J (m BE AV E R H AROLD j . S MrrH

M,\RGUER tT!! It:c;c,; M YRA M ITCIIH.. I. Du ,n " R r M AR KWU. L R O\' P ECK RUBY W,u..L .... CE

This class mJr b cc mpa red to a lot of little s:!eds whi:h a ~prdner day There arc so many and they arc so cro wded they hardly hn'c room to hpl';l[he. but they arc growing just the sam!.' Within .1 few years. if thzy are Riven '::O l11 r (ul fOCKl. COIre olnd OItt~ n t ion p!~ntcd O:1C

they will bloom InlO bcolutiful flowe rs of litcra r y culture .and makC' others hilppy b y the resuiLs of thei r labors.

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Sub-Pr eparatorlJ D epartmen t

EIGHT GRADE GRAOUt\1TS __ I'M'; 1.. EMM£It50S

Pr'l<d"" 01 CltJU Vitf-Pu,ulm' _

UI

$«,"ICII"II

IIL1 .H': WRIGHT S~II TIIO\\I>SOS

TrwJluru VIIIN,aonr;;n

PAUl.

BLACK

tll. UB DoWNS

PAUL BLACJ(

$41111'"10"""

'-,«hlr

MISS JtSSIP LYNN CREECH

CLASS ROLL LI:OSARD GoooWIN

H I l.DA C HERRY

Bos-':Ii! Moo"E

I'STlU'w. OLIVER OTIS LI,l\ ILEY

DoRIS LO:-:G PAUL DJ....ek MYRTLE CROSILR PAUL E~U.I('RSON

RUTH HALL

Vrou.... HOWARI) ALLEN WRIGHT

BeSSIE THo:!.IPSON VIRGIL SAR""UM ARTIE. Fox

LILLIE oo\\.':<o:s RUTH KHIPFR

IRA ELLIS

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Fi e Arts


In the minds of Chrinian workers the~ has long been a question as to the hest fo rm of worsh.ip---the (arm that will most perfectly ex press the tho ughts and emotions of the ~oplt and draw them ntater to God . Some have advocated that deeds and sacrifices alone more truly txprtss our humility Olnd grOltitude. Others fel'! thOlI lip serv ice is the most tffec tive form . Some stress fJsting and puyer. vet others rtel that thro uqh singing and music they COIn more tru ly worship. This questio n Will rtmOlin .lS long as time en du res for as long as people are constituted so differentlv as to their I' mOtionOl! natures it w ill not be possible to decide upon any O'le form o f worshio. Fo r to one per ~ n a ce rtain type of worsbip wo uld be on ly a ce remony while to an other it mi jlh t be the very ou r breathinR of his so ul to his Heavenly Father And since the rnd in view is the truest worship fo~ the individual heart . all of ,he above fo rms must be encou raged. But the particular form th;"It 1 wish to ment io n is that of musi ~. It must be admitted that sacred music is as divinely inspired as sermons and writings. This is I've n true amOOR t he more classical writers When H ,l ydn was com posinf!; his o ntorio--The C re.ltion- he said . '" fell o n my knees dai ly and !,rOlYl'd ~r"l'<;t ly to God that He would Rranl me strenRth to carrY o ut the worl( and pra ise Him worthil y." When the composition was finished and oroduced and thl' audil'ncl' b rolte inl O tumuhuous ap"lau~ the feeble old mus ici,n was no l o n~er able to withhold his emotion H e burst into turs and strttchinR his hOlnds upward said. " It all came fro m HNven" And fro m our less \.dmou, COrnOOseu have we heard countless testi monies to the fact that because of some patticulOlr incident o r expe rience they were inspi red to w rite hymns o r music. This being true we should feel a great revertnct and appreciation for the mU$ic in ou r worsh ip. Our sl'rvices of devo tion wo uld lost much o f th.i r beauty . peace and ioy we re it nOf for the hymns and music thai we sing. Many h UrlS wo uld 10Sl' the enco uragement and insniration t hat (omes to them alone th ro u<;zh music And it only seems m o per thai music should have a nla c! in the service o f H im who created it. Throuoh solc red h istory it has held such an important plaa in all the occasions of rejoicing. It sel'ms to m o ~e adet"llla tely exp ress the i nmo~t feelings of humanit y. As one writer h:u said. " When words fail. music speaks." And too it has that oeculiar effect of cl ri vin<;z away the worries and perolexities of eve ry day life and of refreshi ng the hurt with its hnmony <lnd ~ace Rulb'il"lCl. ho w large a place musi c plavs in worshio it sho uld behoove choristl'ts Olnd pastors to carefully. tho ughtfull y and prayerfully plan this part of tht servicr so that it may prove Ihe grt'ate.st blessing and inspiration possible to those who are worshiping. Mucin Luther hOlS Solid : "Music is my sh ield in com bat and adversity : my friend and com panion in moments o f JOY; my comforte r and refuot in the As a final w o rd-Give us GOOD music ho ur o f despondency and sol itude." and MORE music.

E. B. G.

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,Th

'1.,

l

Pidno Departme nt

Brown. Mlrllurri,. Lon. 1 (>vrl. BI •• ~ Ik,h Jon ... TM\m~ MtW,n"n .. n.lrt. rr~ Gill",,; •. I hl.1b...h Rob"• V.h~ Smuh. Lordi. Hoo)'tr . Ru Wrlch . MHjo,,~ ~: ... Mrs, It Smuh, Mlld ..d !luboon, L Illi' Cox. to ....o. "'·....0 R'1Iinald ~1I)·.kr, Chou,n. La"rod.,. Ruth 510d..101I. Ed. Drisk UL Mn. I'. Bb(),;, JUllr Crff(h. RULh I'«k. Ruby 0«<, Ruth Rob'n<on 1t.lIi~

Muy

..,n.

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,

( I

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Piano y raduates BL ....NCIlE Gn.'1ER.

o.plomQ Bnhon~ . Okla 'If II in lu m illl mus;.:: th~t m~nf JoutMul hUlu Iurn Io~f ... MATTII,rr: NITLY. f).p/ o",<l. than". Oklo

n..

.. S~ d1ft nOI comm.nd , hc

d~

~ucc(n:

mon .he df'ICrVtJ it."

WILLIS DO~:-i. IltplOnlll ShrtLVpoTt, L(I J 1(1 h~1 IIeVU wnlle" . n y mu-

but o h ' h)w h( t"" pl ~ y wh I ,h, nrh! , (dlnw h.,,"

Ir.

C."T'_OII:! 0 SI)',,!I>SON.

Vi/o"i", Ark.

[),plOn'HI

'\ h. t prt!!y It"i w,th lilt b.lt "P,,"" eYfl "'( .11 look b.ck wh:n wr p: n her .. ""'Il"'~'U

11' R\·\~ . Otpl/J "1iI Rllon

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To

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w".:h (In p •• nt .

Oltla

Ihn 1\01

To IteO" who knt .... IhR, know . 11 wo rds • •c f.,nt ," ELVA L<;K H • .

&Ihtlnl/. Oft}" Kind wo-d\ Jr! the mll';c of 1M ""o rld

( ,fill (alt.

CATTOLI;NA VA~ W"ELOES ,

D,p/omit, GrllmJllt/d. Ok/a .' \. th ' " " "CHI th.l Ofr mus" c~n

nOI ,nch'"

CAROL 51'11.1..

Diploma B"h.Jn!J, Ok/a 'At it! btl!. mUll' In whic h Jhr u(fll. unnot ~ 5WHt~t or mor~ joyolls !h~n Cl,ot .nC~IIH"

WIIITI-

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An .nrh"u,,"c .Ind 10,.11 work.H 8 P C moly 1M /I",cl, proud of htT

DAISY II ARIIIS

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Simplicitq in Vocal Expression One o f the first and m ost impo rta n t le ssons for (he swdem ( 0 lea rn in an y art wor k. is that all true power is simple . Nothing can be g reat or strong which is n o t founded u pon simpl e truthful ness. a nd fidelity to nature. D elivuy is ap t to be considered as somethi ng belonging entirely to m anner ilnd ex tfTnJ]s. I n many cases it IS co nsidered s~'no nym ous WIth a ffectation : yet t ruc work in expression is the best mea ns of ffiJking us fee! the real essence o f simlJlicity. While o n the o ne hand. elo: u tio:l may be made [he means of de veloping affec ta tio n: on the o ther. it JU.ly be studi ed in such a WJy as to remove .. ffeC[a[;on , and develop genuineness and sinceriry. If a student is led to study the elements o f h is th inking. and the spontaneous tendencies of his na tu.re to ;; Ucr.ln nS.-(Q o bserve what pleases h im ( n t ht con versa tion o f o thers. he w ill

I;lt:come consc ious of what is truly natural. and be able to d isti nguish naturalness from affectat ion. The greatest wri ters a nd artists h nve o ne inva riable ch aracteristic: they ue simple an d si ncere. H omer -a nd Phidias. Virgil a nd Dante. Shakespea re " nd \ VordswO rth. a ll use t h e si mplest words (Q express thti r ideas. The greatness o f all ar t consislS in its tranSpMency : t he greatne.ss of all ora to r y, o f an delivery. a nd his trionic expression. is !IS SImple intensi t y an d na tu ra lness. its depeh. n o e loudness. itS hidden soul. not sh owy garment . its repose. not ex t ravagance. The g rUtHt necessity fo r the student in expressio n is to be free from .:til manne risms. t he g re.:aeest danger 15 the su bst it utio n of a ffect.oHio n fo r the true l-ttcra nce of what is In t he mind. Affectation li tera lly me.:ans so mething l'Ise: a st ick of wood n,J,iled to the side of a t ree w ould be an affected, limb. II we do not h a ve somethin g in o ur hea rts . we can never have it in utterance. 5i mpl icity in ex pr~ssion mea ns an ab s~n(e of show, declamation, and the presf :1C~ of that o:1 ly whi ~ h mahs clear nnd tr,lnsparent. It is a m a nifestation of di rect ness o f t ho ughc and a im . SImplicity is founded upon slOcnity. It is .:a manifeSl.1tio n o f true tamestr.ess: it implies faIth in tr uth rathe r than in modes of presentation : it is a simple co rr~spondencc between though t. feel ing a nd their expression. founded upon ll uth ful ness of feeling It is ever the fou ndation of all excellence in expression . and it implies d irectneSs o f th ought . sincerit y of motive. truthful n us of I h e soul. 10 ils bearing toward natur~- and man. These a rt the mose necessary requ isites fo r all t ru e g reat n('ss in spcJk ing .

--Curry .

OUR DIRECT RESS And t hou a rt worthy: full o f power; As gentle . libnal -m inded, great, Consistent: wearing all t hat weig h t Of ru rning lighcly like a flo wer.

- Tennyson .

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Expression Grad uates

,., L PARRorr

lJt/hun,/. OkID.

B O. "Tht nren\lLh cf ) h (~ is mc.l surtd b)-_ t he ! trtRlllh of ~ will. But tht lfrcngth of J will" ' U\! Iht ~tnngth o f Iht W '~:l rolt lits Nhind il:'

NANCY Kl:MPIOR.

8 o.

" She mo vu surnt1y )1 h~Jtirg . nrver rnl ln g •

flr/flun y, Oh/a ~

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HilmI".,. 1'u:m Public Spr-Dillflq " t\ modest m,n of m~ny Jnd v)rird

\VI\LH: R GA RRETT.

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GARNER.

Belluml/ . OHa

Public SfK'd lttn 9_ 'If tHiriuev i, I N l UI of .. JJmc. i. n uly .. m~n "

r I~ { II.

m.an-In.n

BnhonlJ Oklt!_ Tt(lchtr', Ctrfi(j('{lIr. 'Hrr prCltnCt i ~ like tht SI' n's b rig hteJl u ri. 10 plr.1U nl He her smilf$, ~nd w inning h~ r w.ayJ ," L· OWN,

BANKS R OA\:E.

Buho"y. OHIl -

Publle Splolunn, He u k, nOlhing o f his friendf which hr h,mstll is nOI willing 10 do"

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Expression De partment

Ruth Ohvn. J . E. P~1I1

L~~. ~hn on 00"'''$, A"h,e N ottworl h \" 13~1n. N ,nl M, o.,n~ld. S,,,dfo.d 1.0,Jd O" .

Wh,lf. MUJO rif:

hml B~ k. Rn Ro b,. Ztlml Hlrnl, Mn. Viol, D,wJ()n C_flt MiUn. Dorothy LOIroon. J oe Pms. RII.h Jo rdJn :>'b'1' 8,1" Lton. Fo.bu. Flo y H Olllh, E r n.., Armmo n,

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MI ldred Simp.",


(Th

.firro ' 25

Voice Department

lOLIIS Rudy. R~I: ,nk'd Snycl,; r SteIb Roby. Bcngir D~wns M1'llLlUltc L~g. RUlh PNk. Vcu Sc~rs, 1 hr~.ldli.1l Robins;)n N .. ney Kemp" Lestt! Spinks. N~om, 80~1 , Gr~nvillc ROj(cr.~, Mrl _ Kcihn . llomcr Hr.:>wn Arch,e NOr$worthy, Olho Schwab, M~,y Kemper. KtndJU Wh.a. ~' r$ B'le' Vlrl Alru. Lillie COl.:. Lero)' Lc"';s. M,ldred Hobso n. O,isr '-ilrrtS.

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C.'TTOII".\ \' \'" Wl"!.Dr"

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D.r.-rror

MRS

M M,\Y

C.\ROL 5路Pbl.l.

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College Q uartet

MJ~s

M ISS M \1TI!.11'. 1'\ I:-,I-IY

NAl"CY K [\1PHI.

S,cond AlfO

Srnmd SUP''''lO M J\~

MI SS ZOr-:ABILL :,><, H.Y

.1]$511

I ,:-.;l" eRll-ell

[;r51 Sopruno

Fi rst Allo

Tbe Colic!:c Ql-artct was c rganiud almost two ye.us ago. and the cha rfcr ;,lcmbc.s. Mi~ s"s J c~s ie Crczeh . Matttlcc and Zon :t bd N eely. <lnd Nanc y Kempe " Hill co mpose the personnel. Perhaps B. P . C. has no b ~: t ~ r m ed ium of ad vertising than thro ugh th:.> sir.ging of th :se you ng ladies Their services arc al ways 1:1 d= mand. Rarely docs a call co me from any part of the s~hcol territ ory wi tr.out the ph eas: " brin g the College Qua rter if possible" They l1.1ve sllng at the W~s ,c rn and Easte rn Oklahoma Distri ct Assemblies . at rhe D:tJ!;JS Assl'mbly . at Yo ung Pc o p!c~' Ccn vt'n ,ion. J nd at m any ch urches thi"Oughout th e support ing territory of t~)2 ;;: hool T his qua rtet is Ol1e o f the gre,llest assets to th .. colleg:: constit uency. Duri r g t he carly part of the su mm er last yra r thl' qU.lr\l't \V,1$ engaged fo~ ~<ve[ a[ mecti ngs includ in g Ihl' W cs:l'rn Ok [ahoma District C,mp m ee ting a ~ Oklahoma C ity . They tra v e[~d pr.Ktically the renlJ.inde[ o f Ihe su mm er w ith the Business Man ager. Rev. B F. Neely: in th .. interest of the school. In this they 'lSSis ted in raising the bu dget which made it possible [or B. P. C. to make .~uc h a gratifying financial re port at the Assemblies. At the opening of school in September 1924. the y sang with renewed spirit and enthusiasm at the Co nvQC,l lio n Service. This winter th ('y have sung befo re tr. e Ok [ahoma W . C. T . U .. the State Tea ~ h rrs路 Asso:la tion and Okla homa Cou ncil of Christian Educ ation. The Quartet is a worthy product of a wonhy institut io n . They have afforded spiri tual help and good wholeso me entertainment to 41[1 who haw ceen privileged to hear them . Thei r si nging is of such charac ter ;'\05 to reflect credit upon the instit ution both fro m religious and advertising viewpoints The sc hool fecis that it owes a great deal to these you ng ladies fo r they have so loyally and freely give n of thei r time a nd talen t to tbe promotion of the inter eStS of B. P. C.

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T hc- .Arrow"':C

Viol in D epartment

• l\\!~s

FPAPHIt.\ SlATO:"< In.<lru{for.

MHllurrilf V,m \Vteldrn I fa Gillispie, 110llln lIrow n. Rat Wdeh. Jr";n M~r!in. SJtJndlr Ry.ln. Robell.> Whllc. Chr,~unt Lw~m.ler. Tn.- study of Ihc violin n{Cupin,ln Import .. n! piJH on the mus ', ,u "ic" lum of Bttluny Prnlrl Collrgc. In {~(I no ~ inglt in~L,unlcnL "'In tht uceplion of Ih, p,ano ..ldlls so much I.> our sAcred nuuk in the ChUTCh lnd otht< Ch"'IIJn worshIp ~s dc.:s the v;"lin. In Jdd1l;on lu Ihe church o rchcs[u tlwl viulin rurnish~~ the hUrl o f Iht «hoot o rd:utu , for it is on the sn. ngl of Ih,< little instrument ,ha[ Iht mu~;c of' tht soul ;s plJ)"cd

The drpHlmcnl hls p"rhJPs tht 1\1.-1 J«omplishtd ;nSHuetor in its history. M ss J vcr)' thO TOUjth ~Iud)' of bolh In. Itchnit .'nd lone colori ngs of dL vIolin ~nd is we!! prtp: r~d 10 INch Ihcsc t.s.str.. fI~b to hcr ""denls. She,$ J gr~d"~le u"dent of Prof rrt"y o f OkbhcmJ Ci lY . .. nd abo hJ$ ' I~tr r(cogn;lion f rom I~ Okbhom .. Un;vU."ly ~sld(, hcr \';15\ slo rc I) f inform~l; on rcg~rdini Ihis kin\; of in5lrununIS. 'he poQsscssr$ ~nOlhtr t hH" CIC rUlt e wh IC h m~ku her ,,,ch .. vAI""ble luther, Jnd IhH IS J mon wonderful .. nd JI' HJtlive p;:rsonJli,y EpJphrJ SIJLOn hl' mJdt

MUsi, like ReligIon '$ fo r rvery ont 10 (Ol1\inll in to,U .. ct wilh the IJ[ent of Olhers, but in dlt tffor! 10 milkr music hi$ possession IhJt unc1tp«lrd .. nd glo rious muSU ' t. Espt'ti .. Uy is

tnJoy t1tpcrimenl.dly. a nt mily be blessrd b\' it i, only whtn he h"s pouud out hit own ~ul irs br~u t y and richntss rf"u-Ii itstlf to him in [his [rUt of 1m: vioHn.

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• BAND

DirN:lor P nOF. J . S. SI\IPSON LCW;$, !-Ioo"t •. Wright. /I.\tller. Simpson, I ~jn Sl;\'(r~on . D~ "is Pulls. A. MJrkw dl "'. :-..'ecly. Jone" L. N~~ly . GHnr r . O . MJrk",dl. Kf,hn . Robi nson, :--:~utnsd:\\'~rdfr. Smi th. \Vi n:lI. R ic h..rdson ,

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W ILLIS DoBW:-;'

N«ly. S~l1. Robi nson. Wright. JaMS, Neely. St;"frson , Bra"'". GillispIe. \Vcl,h. C,,"o rRt. Wh itt. V~n Wt('!dtn, Sw,n , L ~vcnder, A )'coc k, RYJn , M~ n ln

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Heard in Chapel " 'Thou shah love they neighbor as

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United States of America "-Prof. McConnI'll. " Informed intelligence is the foundation of represent.Hive government," - Prof. W i Ison. "Praise God' I am (~Iif'g preu)' much .11 home r:ow !"-Rev C. E. Tony, Pastor of Church in Oklahoma City . "We should be lhJ.nkful as ,itiLl'l's of lh~ kil'r,Jom of h ~ av e nand A. citinns of Ihl! Unilld St;lIl.'~ of Am~ r .cJ.." R. E. Gilmore. " ( feci that we art' gcltjrg I-.ryed lip for Inc ccv:va I. "-S. S Whi ~c " Let us leun to be go;)d losers "-ProL ilr.1ckcn . "The BClttitudl's .:arc thc allituccs thilt ft)!k~ must be in in order to be thl.' ~,111 of thc earth "- l~ . F. Ned), . " I iulc ~irs jl'vo!vl' grea t pri ndpks."-A. I P.urolt " No man can li"l' abO',\! his faith." 13 . F. N~dy " What you rontrib u({' ,·.. ill bell' dl."::'.m ir c the {utur~ o{ (h{' Chur:h of thr _a)'arI.'M" i\. K. Bracken . "Fals.! sup~rra (urJ.li s m is J. grcJtl.'r d.~nger to us today than is r,ltiOnl'ism," -5 S. Whi tt. " Thr ·e is o:lly Ol!e thing t hlt you Jnd I (;1"1 co:nbal th~ world wjlh__ that IS the Hal)' Ghost." Bona F lemmlrg. " The first blessing cuts down the ttl.'e: tl:c s~wnd ble~~·r.~ pull~ out th ... root " -Bon.1 Fll.'mming. " Ptoplt do not inherit ~ood characters-they build thr m "-B F. Ne~l\' , EVl.'ry young man ought to have a definitr objrctivl!' in "ltW ." - A . K. Buckt'n " There arc Strt';lt and golden opportunities p~epin8 around t he co rner looking for the ",ide awake young man or woman. " -E. 0 Russell. P astor of Church in Kansas City. "A nation c.;\n pursul.' material and mechanical pr~rams, but it can not build a government worth while without educuing the mora l a nd spi ritu al idea ls of he r youth '·-R. 0 Wyland. NatiOn.ll Official of Boy S:OUIS. " There is a wide open door to every young man and woman in the C hu rc'" o f t he Nn;,lfcnc."-R. N1. Pa rks. Oist . Sup!. " I e takes cou rJ.ge to champion t he cause of Go·j a nd hol iness."-R . M . P arks " W e h olVe a responsibil ity wi th refl.'rence to h umanity, OlL r na tion, and OlLt immedi;He f:lll1 ily, but the highest of all is that wit h refercnc~ to God" - R . M . P arks. "Don't \lse t he pitch fork a nd pASS t his good talk on to the ne"'(t fellow hut keep it for yourself."-Prof. Bracken . "Fin3iity is the o nly heresy in li£1.' "-Pro£. W hite " You nn't win a boyar girl to God until you h3vt won them to yourself." Prof Whitt "Oon't hi!' isoi.:lled wOlde in on somebody" P rof. Bracken . " Dreams .Ut ~ood and nI.'C(,5s.l ty but we m ust S!.ct behind rhrm and make them come true if they mtan anything to us "-Prof Bracktn " " I f you ,Itt' gOlnst to be a prC.lcher, son, you will h.lvr to go through this world on your knees:' E. C. Dces. Oist Supt. Mo. DiS( ' "The differcnct' bttwl.'en the snong and the weak is d«ision."-E, C Dees " A person let s up in his devotional lift before he commits actual sin." -Pro£. W hitt.

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Our Literdflj Societies A frequent hindrance to people in public li(e is an in.lbilil)' to wo rk well in organiza tions. Bdieving Ihis and wishing to provide a field for this lUln · ing . Bcthany-Pcniel A cademy and College w ,u divided equ;'IlIy into two som~­ ties in the school year 1920-21. Misses Lois C hapnun .lnd M.lltilec ~ctl}' were selected to ahernately choose students until evcry o ne in school was lined l!P on ore of the two sides. Thes'! chosen by Miss Ked)' elect!d M r. S. L. Fortne r as president and rhoS(' Mr~ A K Brack(ln as Fa~ulty R~pre~~ntJtI\·e. Miss Chapm an's side organi zed with Mr William fred;lI1d .lS p:csicc!it and Prof. C. A. McCo1ne!1 as Fa : ult~' R cprcsrnt.1tivc. a r.d voted to d('"sign.l[c t heir so:icty No. I until time could be had (or the scr('~ ti on of a fitting nam e. \Vhen this was .In · nouncd. the infant Uto pi.lns :lrose to the 0:c.1.5;on manfully and asked to b': r emem ~ e t'::d as Sodety No A I. T h ~re the spiri t of fri end !v rivalry W.l,~ bq:un .lnd a few dolyS la ter So : i ,~t y N o. I became the Co'umbi.ln Litrr"ry So=icty with colors rcd .lnd blue; Jnd s.ociety No_ A - I became the present UlOp::ln Li ter.lrY Socirty standing true for Ihe oliye gr{'~n .lnd gold. 1300h so:inies were .uivi,' and enterprising throughout the )'t'.lr ;lnd in (h~ Fall of '21 h.td grown to a gn:at exh'nt The college enrollmen t had so inCH.l$cd b)' tb.ll lime th.ll th: coUrge <Iudents withdrew from the two competing Litl1'nr}, SOcil':ie~ .lnd organized them-;elvl'S Into a Socit'ly which was el!:cJusive for college students and graduates of the Fint Arts and Theolog ical Ocpartmr nls. The rame chos~n w,n D:lfl Rho. the colou. rO}'.l1 purple and gold: the motto. " Know~l"d~e is Power" The first pruidenr was Mr. R. E. Gilmore with ~ln. R E. Gilmore JS secre · !.lry .1nd Mrs. A. K. Bucken as first Facull)' Rtp~e~tnt.ltl\·e Then there were tbree org.lniza tions in the field. Nch rin,hng the others for first honors on every occasion . And though luck bas been elusive thev have sh,lred abo ut equ.llly . The Ulopi3n and Delta Rho Societies h.:n·e c.l rried off more than their ~hare of athletic honou. bUI the ColumbiJ.ns have made it up .1long literary lines. Their ac.tdemy graduates have won more fi rst place honors: most of the vale The U topians stand dicto rians and salutatorians haVing been Co[umbi.\n.~ first .IS h.1ving given 10 the school the most of the Pine Arts graduates. The enrollment .1t present stands first in f,lVor of Utop ians. Columbi3ns second. and Delta Rho~ third . The D~ lla Rho Lit er.1rY Society reali zing toot "Know ledge is Power" depends not upon thl' number of members but thei r qualifiutions for its success. Since it Ius been the recipient of all graduates from Ihe m her two soc ielies il claims to have the cream of the college for its members. The Utopi.1ns will conquer for the)' know "Uni ty is Progrl'u." The Colum hi.1ns will win in the battle of life. for th ~)' "Find a W.l}' o r make one." We fecI that our school days would be quite incomplete without the advantages of o ur Societies Their .lim is to cn.lblr }'oung people to ~ famili.lr with the usage of parl ia mentary law: to preside judiciously; to speak well in d:s=us· sion. fo rcefully '.lnd to the point: to meet opposilio:l g n ~ i ously; to givt due weight to the arguments of others. and considrralion to thow who$(' opin;on~ differ from ont's own. to submit one's will to thl:' m.ljority . 2nd reSpeCI the decisions of an o rganizt'd body . All these things arc abundantly worth acquiring .15 .1 preplralion to rl:'.ll life and the Societies are the means for their acquisition and the ,Irena for their puctict. V. S.

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The purpose of any college shouJd be the [horough development of the rhree· (old m a n, t he 5pi ritua l. in rrlleclIul and physical This dots not mun th .u t he p h y s i~l is of lesser imporlance, but rha t it sho uld h Ol ve due consideration. The good effect of school sports (0 the student, to the pl aye r and to rhe $chool in gene ral is a far r~.1( hing one. The re IS no su rcr road to perfect health than regula r physica l traini ng in ope n air. M orcvcr engagi ng in wholesome sport w ith others hei r s onc to o vercome m a ny u ndcrsira ble trai l S of charac ter suc h as laziness. t imidity. conceit ,l nd lack of consid('ration fo r fellow studentS. The p la ye r rurns t wo lesso ns of incsli mabie va iue to hi m fo r the res t of h is li fe: h ow to be a game loser a nd ho w to be a fair w inn er. The J lh lct..: who w hen d efeated refuses to ad mit thal it was fairly done and always co mes through wi th a n :dibi. b~ r.tl inR' officials a nd o pponents alike. will not be lolcr.lted br his team ma tes. H e either cha nges his attitude or gats th ro ugh s:hoot. and possibly t hrough life, fr iend less T he S<lme princ iple a p pl i ('~ to the winne r The swagge ring victor who fails in any wa y to give lhc lo~...: ; his JUSt d ues. will not last long. O verconfi · dtmce is the onc ev il that all l rue pla yers uni te against. Ph ysica l cultu re 1).\$ proved itself Imporunt and necessa ry a nd the [im.' bas co me whe n no boyar girl should be able to!..ty like Topsy. " I just growed·'. so far as his or he r physic.ll condi tion is concerned B U I in order not to say this. every young man and wom an c.an well afford to give time a nd ' attention 10 acq uirin g a healthy lod vigorous body It is time to call a halt on puny. sickly . hollow chested a nd w u~· kn ee d mt'n and women Thert' arc enoug h such peo?le in tbe wo rl d no w. Th ~ body which God has g;\'en man should bz well dc\'dopd and w hen this is d one one is well stJrtt'd tOW37d a happy <l nd succ.tssfu l lift

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I l is il (il ct rhat in the Spring All nawrc begi!ls with life (0 sing, Ie has its spell on ever ything, I would caLl it "Creeping l e f'ld(>n c i e~ , " The gTJ~S cree'ps IlP when dw (<lin cree ps dow n. The buds creep o ut w b ell t he stln COineS .Hou n d, The s.lcevcs (f("P tip ilnd the nr~k s ( .CL路p down , The students cl'e~p our whell t !? D c" ) ' S o ut o f {O\\'tl. Prof. Br.lckc n: (In history class} - " \VhJl do yOll think abouc A . Lincoln?" Homer:-"I think. ir is .l pretty g-cod car but J IiI-. a Packa,-d beller." Prof. McConnell :-"Wr,al is') SVIlOOVID?" Willis:- "Ir is a word you lise ,~h n 'y o u an ' t spell the O[h~r one."

I-Ie is not necessari ly a rising young m<ln because he wears balloon lrOllsers . .lv\r . Gilmorc: - " Oh Reuben . I'm so glad you've come bilck all safe. jle:lrd (ha t soml:' silly man had tu mbled oH ovet I'he cliffs, and I wa.;:; afr~id " might be YOll ." Bcv, Lewi,s :-"My wifl!, doesn't undcrsLlnd me, Om's vour.~?" M r. Curtis :-"l don ' t th ink so. I've neve r h 'ard J;e r cV 'J) xn~nt i or; ,oaf na.me."

M,rs, Dees to Mrs. G"n;er :-"Whcn is you:, daugh tel thinking of gc((ing . Mrs. G. :-"Constandy."

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Mr. Mitchell :-'·S ure. wc serve anybody . sit down" Prof Simpson :-"If Ihe President should dlt and tht Viet· President shou ld die, who would then be ulltd ?" Miss Forhts . .snapping he r fingers -" The Secrtlary of Stolle " Erma Simp.son :-"No, the underuker would be called first."

• A young theologian namtd Fiddle , Refu.sed to rtcri ve hi.s degree: " For" , said he . '"Tis enough to b'!' FIddle Withou t hting Fiddle D , D ." \Valter Gur\!tt . ( practicing his exprc.s.sio n)-'· Has[ thou come to tormen t mt befort tht time r" A.s he .spoke MIS.s Montgomt ry walktd in , Harold Funklin :-"1 ain't never madt but one grammatic.11 error- and whtn I seen I done that-l taktn it b.1ck " Cuol Sptll- On English) - " [.s it correct to say, 'I wish I wtrt some where tlsd' " Otho Schwah :-" N o, you should say ' I wish Wt were some where else.' ,. l .tRoy L. : -'·Whtrt'.s Elmtr SmytUr" Mr. Bates -" He' s Ovtr uting at the dormitory." Ltroy "- " Ho1 : hil ! That's nfWS I \Vho tver hurd of any a nt ovn·tilt ing at that plan: ~" A ttilr fOt Harold 2nd his liult tin wagon He .swo re he cou ld drivt like a fitTY dugon . But whilt mdulging in a chatttf , You should have sccn the flivver sunt( For Stba Wood '.s car was comin' right al 'er.

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