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THE ARROW 1934


COPYRIGHT

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Raymond McC l u ng

Ed i tor- i n-Ch i ef

Christine Spurl i n

Assoc i a te Ed i tor

Dona l d Lew i s

B u s i ness Manager

Pri nted b y T h e T imes-Journal P u b l i sh i ng Compa ny O klahoma

C i ty,

Oklahoma

Southwestern Engra v i ng Company Oklahoma

City,

Oklahoma


P u b l ished by the Students of Bethany- Penie l C o l lege Bethany, Ok lahoma VOLUM E XI 1934


FOREWORD To the reader: You w i l l f i nd here i n t h i s p i c to r i a l a portraya l of t h e I i fe of t h e col l ege and i ts ac t i v i t ies.

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pa i n s to make i t the most acc u ra te, a rt is t i c , a n d the most p l e a s i n g poss i 足 ble.

We hope you e n j oy i t.

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you to s h a re w i th us o u r p l ea s u res, a sp i ra t ions, and our serious p u r poses wh i c h a re portrayed h e re i n, but espec 足 i a l l y do we hope t h a t you w i l l c a tc h t h e spi r i t of prog ress a n d adva ncemen t for Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege, w h i c h i s the sp i r i t of t h i s vol u me. A . K . B ra c k e n .


DE D I CATIO N To the one whose s i ncere C h r i st i a n l i fe h a s been a n i n s p i ra tion t o every student, whose e m p h a s i s on thorough and eff i c i e n t work has taug h t us the va l ue of accompL i s h ment, whose i n足 terest i n us has g iven us a determ i n a 足 t i on t o s ucceed, t o M r s . A. K. B ra c ken -the one who l oves us a l l-we g ra te足 f u l l y ded i c a te th i s vo l u me of the A r row.


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B. P. C . Music by J an e t Durfee

Words by D. R. G i sh

There a re schoo l s o'er a l l the coun try Whose pra i ses we m i g h t s i n g Of worth w h i c h i s u nques t i oned Whose students to them b r i ng Honor, true dE;!vot ion, l ove, a n d each good th i n g B u t n o n e l i ke t h a t f o r B . P . C . Whose l oya l studen ts s i n g . 2 . Yes, there a re schoo l s o'er a l l the cou n t ry. They nob l y f i l l t he i r p l a c e ; T h e y a l l have l oya l students Who l ea r n to r u n l i fe ' s race. But h a r k to those of our dea r schoo l ; N o common l ove they b r i ng , N o l ove I i ke that fo r B . P. C . L i st t o h e r students s i n g . Chorus: B. P . c., B. P . c., for thee we're eve r yearn i n g ; B . P . c., B . P. c., f o r thee o u r l ove i s burn i n g . P r i d e w i t h i n us d e e p i s g l ow i n g , F o r t h e good thou a rt bestow i ng; Pra ise to thee l i ke r ivers f l ow i ng , S p r i ngs forth f r o m o u t o u r hearts.


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III Fine Arts IV Activities V Athletics VI Advertising

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ADMINISTRATION


BOA R D

Western Oklahoma District Rev. J. W. Short Rev. H. B . M acrory Rev. E. G. Theus J . A. White H. L. Short

Bethany, Bethany, Bethany, Bethany, Norman,

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T R U ST E ES

A l u m n i Representative O k l a. O k l a. O kl a. O k l a. O k l a.

Rev. M i l ton S m i th

Norman, O k l a.

Dal las District Rev. I . M . E l l is Rev. L. T. Corlett

Dal l as, Texas Dal l as, Texas

Eastern Oklahoma District Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev.

W . A. Corter W. H. B arlow E. D. Simpson J. E. Aycock L. A. Bolerjack

Henryetta, O k l a. Hominy, O k l a. S ap u lpa, O k l a. Henryetta, O k l a. Bartlesvil l e, O k l a.

Louisia na District Rev. G. M. Akin Rev. E. N . Lejeune

Ale xandria, La. Lake Charles, La.

Abilene District Rev. V. B. Atteberry Rev. D. W. Si mpson

Abi lene, Texas Wel l ington, Texas

Arka nsas District Rev. J. C. Henson Rev. W. O. Fe l ts

Little Rock, Ark. Ben tonvi l le, Ark.

N ew Mexico District Kansas C ity District Rev. N. B . Herre l l

Kansas City, Mo.

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Roswe l l , N e w Mexico Roswe l l , New Mexico

Nebraska District

Kansas District Rev. A. F. B alsmeier

Rev. B . F. Harris Rev. W. A. Huffman

H u tchi nson, Kans.

Rev. H. N. H aas

H astings, Nebraska


President A. K . Bracken, M.A., D.O.

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AC R OSS

T H E

C E N T U R I E S

The q u e s t i o n of what ma kes up the i n d i v i d u a l m a n has c a u sed a g reat dea l of i n teres t i n g d i scuss i o n . P h i l osophers a s we l l a s l aymen have under­ taken to def i n e what man is, b u t a l l m u st a g ree that wha teve r h i s n a t u re a n d essence, he is a b l e to proj ect h i mself beyond the confi n es of h i s i m med i ­ a te p l a c e a n d t i me a n d h e c a n exert a n i nfl uence for good o r ev i l over a w id e rea l m of endeavo r . The fa me a n d i nfl uence of George Was h i n g ton was fe l t th roug h o u t Eu rope and even the known wor l d in h i s day, a n d in s p i te of those who have a t t a c ked h i s good n a me h i s i nfl uence i s pote n t now. I t i s sa i d that wh i l e i n p repa ra t ion for b a t t l e a t one t i me the French genera l i n i m med i a te c h a rg e was cou n t i n g up h i s ava i l ab l e men for the com i n g b a t t l e . " Pu t m e down fo r 1 0, 000," s a i d N a po l eon; a n d those fa m i l i a r with the i nfl uence of this m i g h ty general wou l d be s l ow to say that he had ove r­ esti mated i ts va l ue on the f i eld . Of cou rse, he cou l d not f i g h t a t every po i n t t h a t 1 0,000 men cou l d have foug h t . I t was h i s m i g h ty i nfl uence w i th men that made h i m so poten t a force. H e proj ected h i mself i n to th e i r l i ves and he added to th e i r strength. The w i fe of one of the emperors of France pa id a wonde rful t r i b u te to the cha racter of Queen V i c to r i a when she said, "Your p u r i ty a n d devot i o n to you r fa m i l y have p u rged every court i n E u rope . " N o t o n l y i s i t true that i nd i v i d uals a re a b l e t o proj ect tbemsel ves beyond the l i m i ts of t h e i r l oca t i on and beyond the t i me of th e i r e x i stence, but o rg a niza t ions a n d i n s t i tu t i ons can do the same. The Red C ross w i t h i ts m i n i st ry a n d compass i o n i s honored i n p l aces remote from where i t has funct ioned. C h u rches have exe rted the sa me i nfl uence. The L i t t l e C h u rch Around the Corner, the c h u rc h w i th a m i l l i o n f r i ends, i s a n i l l ustra t ion of t h i s t r u t h . I t wou l d be i m poss i b l e to esti mate the power for good i n the p romotion of C h r i s t i a n i ty of such i n s t i t u t ions as P r i nceton a nd Obe r l i n i n the i r e a r l y days. I t wou l d be easy to u n d e r - e s t i mate the poss i b i l i t i es for good of o u r own i n s t i t u t i on , Betha ny- Pen i e l Co l l eg e . The p u r i ty of her i d ea l s w i l l l ive for the yea rs to come i n the hearts of scores of o u r students. The r i gh teous p r a c t ices w h i c h she i n s i sts u po n , her ideal of u n s e l f i sh serv ice, and her h ig h s t a n d a rd o f sch o l a rsh i p shou l d i m p r i n t t h e i nfluence o f t h e co l l eg e i ndel i b l y u pon t h e m i nd s a n d hea rts o f t h e g e n e r a t i o n s t o come. T h e scores o f stu­ d e n ts who have gone from the i nst i t u t i on to c a r ry h e r b a n n e rs a n d to be her represen t a t i ves in th e i r va r i o u s fields of serv i c e w i l l be fo l l owed by h u nd reds more of l i ke m i nd and c h a racter. The day may come when the b u i l d i ngs t h a t stand u pon t h e c a m pus w i l l c ru m b l e, b u t h e r i d ea l i s m w i l l n o t per i s h . Yes, Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege i s i n a n e ra o f progress. H e r mate r i a l assets a re on the i nc rease. She is mov i ng forwa rd in the educ a t i on a l aspect of her work. Her h i g h i d ea l i s m, though not a l )¥ays rea l i zed in the deg ree that we wou l d w i sh, is beco m i ng more and more rooted in the m i nd s of her con­ s t i tuen ts, a n d h e r force for s p i r i tual l ife sha l l not wa n e . N ewe l l DW i g h t H i l l i s h a s sa i d , "God' s p l a n s a re l ong p l a n s . T h e sh eaves o f h i s h a rvest wave not a c ross fu r rows, b u t a c ross c e n tu r ies. " So we th i n k w i th the i nfluence of a God - g i ven i n s t i tu t i o n as Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege-the sheaves of i ts ha rvest sha l l wave not ac ross f u r rows, but a c ross the centu r i es and ages to come. Let us b u i l d w i th that thought in m i nd . A . 1<. B ra c ken

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F A C U LTY

B . M . H ALL, A. B . Busi ness Manager, Chemi stry

M RS. A. K. B R AC K E N , M . A. Dean af Women, Education, Botany

FRED FLOYD, M . A. , B .D. Dean af Men, H istary

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FAC U LTY

WILL I S B . DOBSO N , M . A. Reg i strar, Eng l i sh

M I N N I E H ARMS, M . A. Germ a n

K . A . R I CE, M . S. Mathematics, Physics

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FAC U LTY

M RS. BERT L U N DY, M . A . Expression

D. R. G I SH, A . B . P h i l osophy

C. A. McCONN ELL, A . B . , D.Th. Rel i g i ous Education

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F A C U LT Y

MRS. KEN DALL S. WH I T E P i a no

M RS . WILL I S B . DOBSON Voice

LEONARD GOODW I N , A . B . F rench

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FAC U LTY

ALAN B. SM ITH Violin

M R S. B . M . H ALL, A. B . Libraria n

M RS. N ETT I E N ORWOOD Matron

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FAC U LTY

MR. ELM E R STA H L Y, A . B . , Th . B . Assistant i n Chem i s try

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FLORENCE LUNDY, A . B . Office Secretory


M O U N TA I N

P E AKS

A story i s told of a babe who was born i n a n a r row va l l ey i n the Swiss Al ps. Yea r after year as he g rew o l der, he l onged for the day when he might c l imb to the top of the moun ta i n a n d see what was on t h e other s id e . At l a st he was a b l e t o mou n t the pea k, and t o h i s s u r p r i se he saw mou n ta i n after mou n ta i n rea c h i n g out beyond. It w a s a bea u t i f u l s i g h t t o h im a n d i n s p i red h im to become a g re a t trave l e r a n d mou n ta i n c l imber. The years of B . P. C. stand as mou n ta i n pea ks i n one of the most fasc i n a t i n g ranges of history of the C h u rc h of the N azarene. Out f rom the ha l l s of the col l ege have gone those whom God has c a l l ed to f i e l d s of u n u s u a l respon s i b i l i ty. Y o u w i l l f i nd t h e m as m i ss i ona r i es i n nea r l y a l l o u r fore i g n f i e l d s a n d a s pastors, evange l i sts, a n d d i s t r i c t s u pe r i n tendents i n the home land. AAany have been engaged as teachers in other i ns t i t u t ions of l ea r n i ng , wh i l e a h o s t have entered u pon l ives of usefulness in va r io u s voc a t i ons of l i fe . W h a t a h e r i tage i s ou rs! One c a n n o t stand upon the moun足 ta i n pea ks of B . P . C . w i thout the t h r i l l of a n u rge to become a t rave l e r a n d mou n ta i n c l imber. H u n d reds, i f n o t thousands, of y o u n g peo p l e of the great Sou thwest have a l ready c a u g h t the v i s ion and a re b u t wa i t i ng for e i th e r t h e day o r opportu n i ty to j o i n our student body. A tremendous respon s i b i l i ty rests u pon the consti tuency of our Educa t i on a l Zon e. W i th the e n ro l l me n t consta n t 足 l y i nc re a s i n g , many dema nds a re b e i ng REVEREN D H . B. M ACRORY made upon us. N ew b u i l d i n g s a n d eq u i pmen t must be provided and the fac u l ty i nc reased i n n umber. We must a r ise a n d b u i ld! F e l l ow trave l e r , stand w i th us u pon the mounta i n pea ks. Catc h a v i s 足 i o n o f yea rs of g o l den oppo r tu n i ty reac h i ng o u t beyond . W e know of n o i nvestmen t w i t h i n t h e C h u rc h t h a t w i l l u l t imately y i e l d g r e a t e r resu l ts i n b r i n g i ng men to c h u rc h a n d b u i l d i ng u p the K i ngdom o f God than t h a t which you may make i n B. P. C. , The C h u rc h of the N a z a rene must "Go Forwa rd . " Th i s i s o u r watch足 word a l ong every front. Let us do so sa fely w i t h i n the rea c h of o u r a b i l i ty a n d yet i n a way t h a t w i l l demo n s t ra t e to each other a n d to the world o u r fa i t h i n G o d and o u r devotion t o H i s cause. " Lead on, 0 King eterna l ; The day o f ma rc h h a s come; H enceforth in f i e l d s of conques t T h y t e n t s sha l l be o u r home. "

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SPURGEON HENDRIX Beggs, Oklahama- Ministerial Association; Gospel Team; De­ __ --�-I5ate�C �ub; Fre! , ch Club; AI ha Delta Rho . �

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HARRIS CREECH Be!!Jany, Oklahoma Dramatic_ C l ub; Beta Deltaball; Junior Closs Ploy.

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CLA S S .

KENN.ETH A. HARPflf B ethany,

Oklahoma

.Beta Delta '. R ho;. Gospel Team; MixE\d - Chorus; jlas)ietball; Canto Glee Club; ·'Col lege Marshal. .'

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JU N I O R

DAN CANNING Guthrie, Oklahoma Orchestra;

Troubadours;

Beta

Delta

Rho.

In his tongue i s the law of kindness.

KATHRYN WALLIN Los

Angeles,

C a l i fornia

Gospel Team; Col lege Quartet; Madrigal Glee Club; Beta Delta Rho; J unior Class P lay. A sm i le of hers is l i ke o n act of grace.

OMMA DANIEL Prescott, Arkansas M i n i sterial Ass'n; Gospel Team; Basketba l l ; Beta Delta Rho. J ust be quiet, that's my plan, Unassum ing, but learn all you can.

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MARY BALES Calumet, Oklahoma Alpha

Delta Rho; Gospel Team.

To know her is to love her.

LLOYD LUNSFORD Mountain View, Oklahoma Gospel Team; Beta Delta Rho; Debate Club; German Club; President Ministerial Association, second semester.

I pray for keener sight That I may not grow weary of the fight.

ALBERTA

PATTERSON

Kearney, Nebraska Alpha Delta Rho; Gospel Team; Club; Orchestra; Basketball.

French

When duty whispers low, "Thou must/' Then she replies, " I con.1I

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JU N IO R

J. V. McALISTER Gorman, Oklahoma M i nisterial Assoc iation; A l pha Delta Rho.

Gospel

Team;

He looks at things through glasses; One lens of them is Courage, The other Common Sense.

MARGARET JETER N atchitoches, Louisiana Alpha Delta Rho; Gospel Team; M i n isterial Assoc iation. I f I am faithful to the duties of the present, God w i l l provide for the future.

JESSIE

MAE

GATES

Bethany, Oklahoma Beta Delta Rho; Gospel Team. To ease qnother's heartache, i s to forget onels own.

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BOBBY HICKS Tyro, Kansas Gospel Teom; M inisteriol Association; V ice足 president A l pha Delta Rho, second semes足 ter; Mixed Chorus; Bel Canto Glee C l u b ; Kansas Club; Student Counc i l ; J unior Class Play.

I want to know when to speak a word of hope and to add a word of cheer.

CHRISTINE BALL Kansas City, Missouri Alpha Delta Rho; French Team; Basketball; German Club; Poetry Club.

Club; Club;

Gospel Debate

She hateth idleness.

DALE GENTRY Cale, Arkansas Aloha Delta Rho; M i n i sterial Assoc iation; Basebal l ; Gospel Team. I l ike the man who faces what he must With steps triumphant and a heart of cheer.

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JU N IO R

BYRO� LE JEU�E Lake Charles, Louisiana Alpha Team.

Delta

Rho;

French

Club;

Gospel

If you'll go after the thing you wont with all your strength, faith, and hope, you' l l get i t .

RUBYE LEE SHAW McComb, Mississippi Beta Delta Rho; Gospel Team; J unior Ploy; Mixed Chorus; M i n isterial Assoc iation; Trevecca J unior College, '29 and '30; Pea­ body College for Women, '32. A perfect Woman, nobly planned, To warn, to comfort and command; And yet a Spirit sti l l and bright With something of angelic light.

VIRGI�IA CLAYTO� Bethany, Oklahoma Beta Delta Rho; French Club; Gospel Team. ill.

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A l i ttle laughter cures many a seem ing

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RAYBURN L. CANTRELL O'Brien, Texas A lpha Delta Rho; M i n i sterial Associ ation; Gospel Team. He puts h i s whole soul Into m a k i ng a goa l .

FAYE LITTEL R ingwood, O k l ahoma Alpha Delta Rho; Secretory M i n isterial Assoc iat ion, second semester; Gospel Team; Central State Teachers' College, '30, '31 , '32. Pure bosom'd as the watery gloss And Heaven reflected i n her face.

HAZEL JACKSON Galahad, Alberto Alpha Delta Rho; M i ni sterial Assoc i a t i o n ; Gospel Team. The q u i et m i nd is richer than a crown.

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SO P H OM O R E

HILDA LEE OYLER P ri tchett, Colorodo

DONALD BEAVER Bethany, Oklahoma

CURTIS SMITH Waco, Texas

MARGRETHA KISER Hastings, Nebraska

VOLA BOLERJACK Bartlesville, Oklahoma

ROY WEIGMAN C l a ude, Texas

FLETCHER SPRUCE Floresv i l le, Texas

HAZEL CHAPMAN Norman, Oklahoma

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S O P H O M OR E

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ALICE HERD Tangier, Oklahoma

JAMES McGRAW Raymondville, Texas

ROBERT MORRIS Abi lene, Texas

MABLE ABERNETHY Yukon, Oklahoma

EUNICE BROWN Jefferson, Texas

RALPH SAMPSON Prescott, Arkansas

FRED ADAMS E lmore City, Oklahoma

EDITH ASKEW Norman, O k l ohoma

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S O P H O M O R E

GLADYS FOSTER H ieo, Louisiana

MAURICE HOWARD Tuttle, O k l ahoma

ADAM HOF FPAUIR Crowley, Louisiana

DOROTHY CHERRY Shreveport, Louisiana

BERYLE MORGAN Orange, Texas

ORVIS FREDERICK Yukon, O k l ahoma

CHARLES RICE Huntsville, Missouri

SADIE BOUNDS Bethany, Oklahoma

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S O P H OM O R E

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NEVA BELL BOHLKE Kenesaw, Nebraska

EDWARD GARRISON B l a ine, Colorado

CLAUDE JOHNSTON C l ea r Lake, Texas

THELMA GALLAWAY Erick, Oklahoma

LOUISE COLLINS Des Moines, New Mexico

DE LOS

BECK

Dodge C i ty, Kansas

E. R. CAMFIELD H a m l i n , Texas

FERN GREEN Woodward, Oklahoma

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S O P H O M O R E

RUTH LANG Sylvio, Kansas

CAREY CAMPBELL Floresv i l le, Texas

HAROLD HARCOURT Rock,

Kansas

MARGARET BRACKEN Hutchinson, Kansas

LUCILLE BROCK Muleshoe, Texas

WOODROW LANGFORD Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

VERGIL DAVIS Port Arthur, Texas

ARLESY WALDEN Mc K i nney, Texas

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S O P H O M OR E

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MARIE STANDRIDGE Madi l l , Oklahoma

JOE TURNIPSEED W e i r, Mississippi

MRS, WHITCOMB HARDING Bethany, Oklahoma

HAZEL METCALF Bethany, Oklahoma

L, D, WIEGMAN Claude, Texas

JAMES LUCAS Woodward, Oklahoma

GLADYS GAYLER Henryetta, Oklahoma

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S O P H O M OR E

THELMA WEST Bethany, Oklahoma

PAUL HERRELL Coffeyvi l le, Kansas

MARY MOlonFORTE Cleveland, Oklahoma

MRS. IRENE HOFFPAUIR C rowley, Louisiana

ANIS KING Port Arthur, Texas

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W EST E R N OKLAH OMA D I ST R I CT ASS EM B LY I t was i n te rest i ng to observe the e n t h u s i a s t i c a n d co-opera t ive s p i r i t i n w h i c h t h e N a za renes o f the Western O k l ahoma D i s t r i c t g a thered for the twe n ty - f i rs t a n n ual a ssem b l y which convened a t Bethany, September 19-24. D r . J . B. C h a pman was the presid i n g off i c e r .

DR. J. B. CHAPMAN

The messages of this occ a s ion were espec i a l l y i nspir i n g .

No one c a n

s t i r the hearts m i ss iona ryward as d i d the general c h u rc h t reasurer, D r . J . G . Morrison, i n h i s messages.

The Reverend L . A. Reed, pastor of the F i rs t

C h u rc h of the N a za rene, K a n s a s C i ty, b roug h t a sea rc h i ng messag e o n p rayer a n d fast i n g .

These, w i th D r . Chapm an's messages, c a l l ed t h e peopl e

t o a more sac r i f i c i a l a nd devotio n a l serv i c e . Th u rsday n ig h t a pac ked h o u s e g reeted D r . A. K . B racken, P resident of Bethany-Pen i e l Col l eg e, a s he d e l ivered a n add ress o n C h r i s t i a n educa 足 t io n .

At the c l ose of h i s ta l k the a ud i ence responded i n p l edges of more

than $ 3 , 200. 00 for the erec t ion of the f i ne a rts b u i l d i ng . The reports from t h e d i s t r i c t showed success i n al l , and new goa l s for the com i n g yea r were set w i th e n t h u s i as m .

D i s t r i c t S u per i n tendent, Rev足

e rend J. W. Short, was r e - e l ec ted on the nom i n a t i ng b a l lot.

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FR E S H M A N

BARRETT KIRBY President Dal las, Texas

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J. E. MOORE, Jr. Vice-president Topeka, Kansas

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FRANCES STOCKTON Secretary-Treasurer Bethany, Oklahoma


F R ES H M A N

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VELMA TOM BAUGH Lowe l l , Nebraska

LLOYD REINMUTH Broadwater, Nebraska

HAROLD THEUS Bethany, Oklahoma

JESSIE SLAYTER Broadwater I Nebraska

DALE DARWIN V i rg i n i a , Nebraska

DONALD LEWIS Broadwater, Nebraska

ORVILLE ZOOK EI Dorado, Kansas

RUBY HOOD Duncan, Oklahoma

WINNIE MAE HOOPER Duncan, Oklahoma

HURSHEL HENDRIX Beggs, Oklahoma

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FR E S H M A N

MARGARET MIDDLETON Woodbine, Kansas

J. P. NORWOOD Madill, Oklahoma

GEORGE GARDNER E u l a , Texas

ALMA LUNSFORD Mountain View, Oklahoma

LEOLA CARTER Hedley, Texas

PAUL MOORES Henderson, Texas

CHARLES LACKEY, Jr. Hoffman, Oklahoma

MARJORIE WHITE Muskogee, Oklahoma

THELMA FREEMAN Bethany, Oklahoma

CHARLES VANCE Hastings, Nebraska

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F R E S H MA N

CL A SS

LAVAUN TOMBAUGH Lowell, Nebroska

RALPH SAMPSON P rescottI A r kansas

O. B. HOFFPAUIR Crowley, L o u i s i a n a

FLORA YARBROUGH Bethany, Oklahoma

VERNA MUSIC Canute, Oklahoma

LORENZO McNALL North P l atte, Nebraska

CLYDE MARKS Bethany, Oklahoma

ETHEL THOMAS Dodge C i ty,

Kansas

JOE McCLUNG Harmon, Ok lahoma

JENNIE HUSE Cranf i l l s Gap, Texas

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FR E S H M A N

JACK RAIRDOH Ok lahomo City, Oklahcma

RUTH CORLEY Bethany,

Oklahoma

HOVA WALKER Norman, Ok lahoma

DALLAS

BAGGETT

Bentonvi l le, A rkansas

JAMES CHISUM T r i n idad, Colorado

TRUSEAL HATHAWAY Cleveland,

Oklahoma

FLOREHCE JEAH WILSOH Oklahoma City, Ok lahoma

MARVIH JOHHSOH Bethany, Oklahoma

MORRIS OHSFELDT Houstont Texas

HELEH WILSOH Frederick, Ok lahoma

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F R ES H MA N

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AUSTIN NEAL Wanette, Oklahoma

IMOGENE MORGAN Blytheville,

Arkansas

MARGARET NATION A r l in g ton, Texas

ORIN MURRAY Ok lahoma C i ty, Ok lahoma

JOE ANDERSON Chesterville, Texas

GENEVIEVE PERRY P r i tchett, Colorado

OLA FELTS Bentonville, Texas

REUBEN NEWSOM Frederick, Oklahoma

WALTER JULIAN Fort Sumner, New Mexico

BARBARA BARTON Wayne, Oklahoma

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FR E S H M A N

HERSCHELL PATTERSON Bethany, Oklahoma

EULENE CAMPBELL Holden v i lle, Oklahoma

PAULINE FOX H i g g ins, Texas

GRANT HAYES Keyes, Oklahoma

EVERETT SPRAGUE Broadwater, Nebraska

XENIA MAE COFFEY Norman, Oklahoma

THALIA PAYNE Bethany, Oklahoma

HENRY POTEET Rotan, Texes

REX WEISINGER Lufkin, Texas

CLAIRECE HARP Minden, Louisiana

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FR E S H M A N

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EMMETT DALLAS Bethany, Ok lahoma

E ERNEICE CULBERTSON Minden, Louisiana

RUTH PIERCE Duncan, Oklahoma

JACK DURHAM Wichita F a l ls, Texas

HARLAN MENDENHALL 路 Mutual, Oklahoma

fRANCES WISLER Elg i n ,

I l l i no i s

WINNIE MAE HIRE Duncan, Oklahoma

KELLY HURST C leveland,

Ok lahoma

RAY SHERRILL Bethany, Oklahoma

MAMIE BATES Bethany,

Oklahoma

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F R ES H MA N

LYDIA BRAUN Rogersvi l le, Missouri

LE ROY EWING Bethany, Oklahoma

MARK MOORE Topeka, Kansas

ESSE NEELY Roby, Texas

CLETUS WINIGER Duncan, Oklahoma

DOUGLAS RIDINGS Bethany, Oklahoma

LAWRENCE SNELL Sulphur Springs, Texas

RUTH LAN KFORD Oklahoma C i ty, Oklahoma

MILDRED RAINBOLT Cleveland, Oklahoma

CLIFFORD WIESE Lissie, Texas

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F R ES H MA N

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VERNOL STAHLY Newton, Kansas

B ERNICE WHITAKER H a m l i n , Texas

PAUL WHITAKER H a m l inl Texas

WESLEY CRIST Sherman, Texas

FREDERICK PATZEL M a dison, Nebraska

ESTHER STRICKLAND Fort Dodge, Kansas

GEORGE COUNTS Fort Sumner, New Mexico

MILO TOMBAUGH Lowel l , Nebraska

WHITCOMB HARDING Bethany, Ok lahoma

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FR E S H M A N

THANE MINOR Bethany, Oklahoma

DENITH DYER Hastings,

Nebraska

FAYE WHALEY Duncan, Oklahoma

MERRITT SWIM Bethany,

Oklahoma

HARRY GROVE Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

MADELINE LUNN Kansas City, Missouri

OSCAR BALL Neodesha, Kansas

LEOTA SHERMAN Yale,

Oklahoma

OLIVER NEWSOM Frederick, Oklahoma

MARJORI E BALES Calumet,

Oklahoma

CLASS


MOTTOES AN D T H OUG HTS FROM TH E D I NIN G H AL L I t i s w i se not t o seek a sec ret a n d honest not t o revea l i t. Ta ke pa i n s to say some words of a p p rec i a t ion to those whose fa i th fu l 足 ness i s a h e l p to you . When you p l ay, p l ay h a r d ; when you work, don ' t p l a y a t a l l . A f r i end i s one who unde rstands you-one who sees you r fau l ts b u t l oves y o u s t i l l . The l ad d e r o f l i fe i s f u l l of s p l i n te rs, but they a l ways p r i c k t h e h a rdest when we a re s l i d i n g dow n . J esus n ever l oses a b a t t l e, b u t H e l oses m a n y a so l d i e r . N a t u re does n o t say, "You must not, " b u t she says, " I f you d o , you w i l l have to p.ay the p r i c e . " God ' s p l a ns a re wor l d - w i d e a n d etern i ty- l on g . When l ove a n d s k i l l wor k together, expec t a maste rp i ec e . T h e r e i s too much rega rd f o r appearances a n d t o o l i t t l e for rea l i t i es . Every d a y i s a leaf i n the book of L i fe. To c u re i s the vo ice of the past; to preven t i s the d iv i n e wh i sper of today. "Tea c h me in dewy s i l ence to know On the pru ned bush the l ovel iest roses g row. " We cannot expect d iv i n e g u idance w i thout g iv i ng h u m a n obed ience. A m a n too busy to take c a re of h i s hea l th i s l i ke a mecha n ic too busy to ta ke care of h is too l s . When w e cannot b e w i th t h e Lord on t h e mou n ta i n top, He w i l l be w i t h us in the va l l ey b e l ow. Q U OTAT I O N S F ROM DR. B RAC KE N'S C H A P E L TALKS I f we a re j ust to be the o rd i na ry in l i fe, why s h o u l d we come to col l ege? F r iends a re g o l d a n d s i l ve r to u s . There i s someth i ng i n every man a nd woma n t o respec t . Peo p l e a re moved much more b y emot ion a nd p rej ud i c e than they a re by reason i ng a n d log i c . There a re t i mes i n t h e C h r i s t i a n l i fe w h e n you need t h e i n terve n t i on of the D i v i ne, a nd . you may be s u re that God w i l l stand by a n d support you then, i f you a re true to H i m d u r i ng the o rd i na ry days of you r l i fe. God has a l l the a rm i es of heaven a t H i s command, which H e w i l l use to a n swer the s i ncere prayer of H i s l ea s t c h i l d . I f w e h o l d too much t o the past, w h e re i n c a n prog ress come? Keep you r head on you r s h o u l ders; you may need it some t i me. We a re a l l too rotten s e l f i s h . T h e fa rther I go a l ong t h e way, t h e more I f i nd t h a t i t i s better t o p u t a s i de my w i l l f o r H i s w i l l . I f a n y m a n wou l d fol low C h r ist, l et h i m g e t ready to b e c ruc i f i ed a l most any day a nd fol l ow H i m . I t i s a m i s ta ke t o t h i n k of C h r i s t i a n i ty as a b u n d l e ha nded t o us w h i c h i t i s ou r d u ty t o keep a t a l l costs. I t i s r a t h e r a l i fe t o be l ived . We w i l l have the fac u l ty a n no u nc e ments now, p l ease. POlle Sixty-Nine


S P E C I A L

STU D E N T S

An i n t r i n s i c pa r t of the col l ege i s the g ro u p composed of spec i a l s t u 足 dents.

These a re students who a re not e n ro l l ed for reg u l a r col l ege cou rses

a s cand i d a tes for a degree.

Th i s g ro u p i n c l udes a l l the fol l ow i ng students :

those d o i n g pos t - g ra d ua te work, those ta k i ng o n l y F i ne Arts cou rses, those e n ro l l ed for i n te n s i ve m i n i ste r i a l wor k , and those c a r ry i n g fewer hours than a re req u i red for a

reg u l a r col l ege cou rse.

The g reater n u mber of

the

spec i a l students are e n rol l ed in the F i ne Arts depa rtment; pub l i c school p u p i l s as we l l a s o l d e r students of the c o m m u n i ty o r from out of town have ava i l ed themse l ves of the opport u n i t i es offered in m u s i c , vo i c e , and expres足 s ion by th i s eff i c i en t depa rtment. The Spec i a l Student g ro u p has kept pace w i th the rest of the col l ege in i nc r ea s : ng i ts e n ro l l ment. spec i a l students.

Th i s yea r there have been over s i xty c l ass i f i ed as

These have no orga n i z a t ion l i ke the reg u l a r c l a sses, b u t

they e n j oy t h e sa me p r i v i l eges as d o t h e other students a n d have t h e same recog n i t ion from the a d m i n i stra t i on . These students ta ke pa rt i n a l l the act i v i t i e s o f the school .

They have

found the i r p l aces i n the a t h l et i c , l i tera ry, soc i a l , a n d rel i g i o u s orga n i z a t ions, a n d r.elp to m a ke u p the g l ee c l ubs and t h e c h u rc h a n d col l ege orchestra s . They a re represented i n both the Col l ege Ma l e Q u a rtet a n d the Women's Qua rtet.

Th e i r a i d, espec i a l l y that of the F i ne Arts students, is i n d ispens足

able in p resen t i ng De l ta Rho a n d Student Counc i l c h a pe l prog rams, a s we l l a s i n other prog rams g iven for the e n j oyment o f the school a n d c o m m u n i ty. I n fact, they add a d is t i n c t note to the col l ege that i s g re a t l y a p p rec i a ted by 揃a l l . Al though t h i s i s a m i sce l l a neous g roup, i ts members a re not thou g h t of merely a s students f o r w h o m there i s no d ef i n i te p l a c e i n t h e col l eg e ; they have c o m e t o be recog n i zed as a n essen t i a l pa r t of the co l l ege g roup.

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IMOGENE DAWSON Bethany, Oklahoma

REUEL PARRISH Bethany, Oklahoma

MARCUS TURBYFILL Norman, Oklahoma

NEOMA ROBISON Bethany, Oklahoma

RUTH BRANDY BERRY EI

Reno, Oklahoma

IlRANCE EDWARDS Bethany,

Oklahoma

LEO BALDWIN S t i g ler, Oklahoma

MRS. BOYD SHANNON Bethany,

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S TU D E N T S


S P E C I AL

S TU D E N TS

AUDREY BRASWELL Amari llo, Texas

MRS. FRANCES SHORT Bethany, Oklahoma

MILDRED BROADBOOKS Beatrice, Nebraska

LELAND GREEN Spur, Texas

PAUL BRANDYBERRY E I Reno, Oklahoma ROSELLA BROOKS Bartlesv i l l e,

Oklahoma

NINA STIVERSON Bethany, Oklahoma

WOODROW WALLACE Bethany, Ok lahoma

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S P E C I AL

S T U DE N TS

MARTHA WARKENTIN Newton, Kansas

MARVIN BRANNON F i l lmore, Oklahoma

CLIFTON WEST Bethany, Oklahoma

GRACE BAILEY Pasadena, Ca l i fo r n i a

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MRS. A. E . HOFFPAUIR Crowley, Louisiana

JAMES GRAY Bethany, Oklahoma

LETHA EAGAN Bethany, Oklahoma

BESSIE HUFF Laverne, Oklahoma

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S T U D E N TS

INA MAYE CHILDERS Merkel, Texas

J. D. WRIGHT Huntington, Texas

OLIVER WALKER Sayre, Oklahoma

ESTHER BOHLKE Kenesaw, Nebraska

EUNICE HANEY Bethany, Oklahoma

GRACE DUTTON Conway, Arkansas

PAULIN E BLACK Bethany, Oklahoma

ROBERT CAVETT Bethany, Okl ahoma

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PAULINE HOSTLER Bethany, Ok lahoma

JOHN

HOSTLER

Bethany, Ok lahoma

VIRGINIA TIDWELL Bethany, Oklahoma

BETTY JO LORETTE Bethany, Oklahoma

BETTY JANE KILLEBREW Bethany, Oklahoma

ILAFERN WALLACE Bethany, Oklahoma

JUNIOR HOSTLER Bethany, Ok lahoma

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S P E C IA L

STU D E N T S

HILDA REED Iota, Louisiana

CHARLES CAYTON Lawrence,

Kansas

LEE BAKER Coffeyvi l ie, Kansas

YULICE SCHOCK Jerico Springs, M i ssouri

GERTRUDE KINDEL Oklahoma C i ty , Oklahoma

LEONARD STOVER Pawnee, Ok lahoma

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CHARLES BOYER Neodesho, Kansas

MRS. WESLEY CRIST Sherman, Texas

ROBY JOSEY Brownsv i l le, Texas

EMMA MAE MULLENS B e l ton, Texas

GOLDA GALEY Bethany, Oklahoma

ELINZABETH RICE Bethany, Oklahoma

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F A L L

R EV I VA L

The Bethany c h u rc h a n d the col l ege have a deep a p p rec i a t ion tor the person a nd work of the Reve rend Mack Anderson, the eva n g e l ist who con ­ ducted the fa l l rev i va l . H e i s ea rnest, s i ncere, c h a r i ta b l e, h u m b l e , prayerfu l , a n d deeply s p i r i t ua l .

Even though h e i s one o f the you ngest eva n g e l i sts, h i s

m i n i stry i s effec t i ve a n d the resu l ts a re l a s t i n g . T h e work of t h e pasto� , t h e Reverend H . B . Mac rory, w a s very effec t ive i n prepa r i ng the hearts of the peo p l e to rece ive the b l es s i n g of God i n th i s revival effor t .

H e i s much a p p rec i a ted for h i s l o v i n g superv i s i o n o f the work of the. c h u rc h , h i s devotion to God, and h i s a b i l i ty to l ea d h i s peo p l e

i nto the

j oys of the " secret place of t h e Most H igh." The m u s i c was C a r l os

in

Montandon,

the c h a rge of

d i rec tor

of

the

c h urch c h o i r, a n d R uby D a l l a s, p i a n i st . Spec i a l m us i c was s u pp l ied b y the co l l ege q u a rtets a n d other spec i a l s i ngers.

W i th

God's b l ess i n g u pon i t, the m u s i c was a n a i d t o t h e success of t h e revi va l . Some of t h e col l ege orga n i z a t ions, such a s the gospe l . tea m s a n d the m i n i ­ ster i a l

a ssoc i a t i o n ,

kept

prayer

rooms

open at a l l hours of the day and spent much t i me in prayer for con v i c t i on of s i nners a n d ed i f ic a t ion

of t h e c h u rc h .

T h e col l ege a t l a rge sha red deeply i n t h e bu rdens a n d benef i ts o f t h e rev i va l . REVE R E N D MAC K A N D ERSON

Many o f the students gave the i r hearts to God a n d a c t i ve

e n tered

Ch r i s t i a n

i mmed i a te l y

wor k .

Many

i n to

wor ked

fa i th f u l l y i n the prayer rooms, in the cong rega t ion d o i n g persona l work, a nd a round the a l ta rs. The rev i va l was i n prog ress October 1 7 - 29.

Reverend M r . Ande rson

p reached under the i ns p i ra t io n of the H o l y S p i r i t and was rewa rded w i th over t h ree hund red seekers.

There was a l so a noticeab l e s p i r i t u a l u p l i f t

i n the c h u rc h , a n d a t t h e c l ose of t h e rev i va l a c l ass o f th i rty w a s rec e i ved i n to membersh i p . O n t h e l ast d a y of t h e rev i v a l t h e c h u rc h conducted a S i lver J u b i l ee Ann i ve rsary Ra l l y.

The Sunday Sc hool c l i maxed a l l prev ious records w i th

1 ,604 i n a ttenda nce; t h e c h u rc h more than su rpassed i ts quota i n offe r i n g s ; the N . Y . P. S . had a g re a t d a y w i th 3 7 5 i n a ttenda nce.

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D E P AR T M E N T

V IO L IN

J unior Hostler

Florence Lundy

N a dine Wal lace

Letha Eagan

Ruth

Brandyberry

Dale Darwin

Yulice Schack

John Hostler

Everett Sprague

Coina Mae Dawson

D u r i n g the past yea r the vi o l i n d e pa rtment h a s g iven students a m p l e oppor t u n i ty for s o l o wor k ; a t the same t i me i t has encou raged the i r p l a y i ng i n m u s i c a l o rga n i za t i ons, a nd by so d o i n g has a s s i sted i n va r i ous a c t i v i t ies of t h e co l l eg e a n d c h u r c h . I ts members h a v e h e l d respons i b l e p laces i n t h e orchestra , d o i ng the i r i n d i s pensa b l e pa r t i n t h e p l a y i ng o f t h e advanced work wh i c h t h a t orga n 足 i z a t i o n p resen ted i n the i r sever a l prog ra m a ppea rances. Ensem b l e work was e n j oyed by many in t r i o and q u a rtet as we l l as in the l a rg e r g ro u p of s t r i ngs. Th i s yea r t h e ensem b l e s p i r i t preva i l ed in a ma rked deg ree, a n d w i l l no doubt con t i n u e to be fe l t i n the f u t u re as the viol in depa r t m e n t g rows. The v i o l i n l ends i tsel f pec u l i a r l y wel l a l so in the p l ayi ng of sac red m u s i c . The i n t i ma te yet q u i e t tone of t h e v io l i n b l ends perfe c t l y w i th the rei i g i ous a tmosphere of the service; a s the i ns t r u m e n t i s p l ayed, there comes to the worsh i pe r a sense of tranq u i l l i ty a nd exa l ta t ion of s p i r i t. F i l l i ng the i r p l a c e i n t h e c h u rc h orchestra, the v i o l i n s have t h u s con t r i b u ted much t o the c h u rc h services of the past yea r . Of equa l i m portance w i th t h e a fford i n g of e n j oyment to o thers i s t h e deg ree o f bene f i t w h i c h t h e p l ayers themselves have rec e i ved when they I t i s a benef i t menta l ly, phys i c a l l y, a n d have perfo rmed on the v i o l i n . s p i r i tu a l ly; a n d ha ppy i s t h e one who c a n express h i msel f on h i s i ns t r u m e n t of fou r s t r i ng s .

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D E P AR T M E N T

The g reatest advantage w h i c h p i a n o m u s i c h a s ove r the m u s i c o f other i nstruments i s that it i s s e l f - accompa n y i n g . Therefore, as a so l o i ns t r u m e n t i n t h e s t r i c t sense of the word, the p i a no s tands a l most supreme. The m u s i c o f the p ia n o i s a l so i nd i spensa b l e i n accompany i n g o t h e r so l o i nstru ments. These two advantages j us t i f i a b l y acco u n t for the ma rked popu l a r i ty of the i nstrument a n d i ts master, both i n the rec i t a l roo m a n d i n the home. I t i s sa fe people study a l l m u s t p l ay, essen t i a l pa rt

to say t h a t i n the cou n t r i es w i th the h i g hest c i v i l i za t io n more piano than a n y other m u s i ca l i ns t r u m e n t . I t seems t h a t and i n some schoo l s p i a no- study i s g i ven i n the g rades as a n o f t h e c h i l d ' s educ a t i o n .

The word " p i a n i st" i s d e r ived f rom t h e word " p i a no, " mea n i ng " soft . " T h e i nstrument's fu l l n a m e i s " p i a n o - forte," mea n i ng l i tera l l y " soft - l o ud . " I n p i a no compos i t ions, some compo�ers have pl aced tr.e g reater empha s i s o n t h e " forte" s i de, a nd therefore, a s o n e w r i ter suggesis, m ; g h t better be ca I I ed "forti sts, " rather than p i a n ists. When used i n the r i g h t m a n n e r the p i a n o i s a d e l ight to be h e a r d . Chop i n i s one of the f i ne composers who rea l l y g a v e h i s a t t e n t i o n t o t h e b e s t qual i t i es of the p i a no . Chop i n , w h o m i g h t be ca l l ed t h e f i rs t of t h e i m press i o n i sts, i s the true a post l e of textu ral bea u ty. P roba b l y no g reater del icacy o r subtl ety c a n be found i n the pages of a n y piano music, than was g iven to some of h i s compos i t i ons. His art is a l so one o f p l a n g e n t rhyth ms a n d r i c h sono r i t ies. At a n oppos i te po l e f rom C hop i n in p i a n o music one f i nd s L i sz t, who i l l ustra tes what we often f i nd to-day i n the abuse of the p i a no . Wh i l e hav­ i ng much tec h n i c a l i n terest a nd even m u s i c a l bea u ty i n h i s com pos i t ions, one cannot g e t away f rom the fact that he is merely a v i rtuoso. The n o i se and spec i a l effec ts a re a l ways paramount i n h i s compos i t i o n s a n d exe m p l i ­ f i ed i n h i s own p l ay i n g . L i s z t ' s boast w a s t h a t a n orchestra cou l d d o noth i n g t h a t he cou l d n o t reprod uce on t h e p ia n o-a n a t t i tude w h i c h he w i l l have t o b e g i ven c red i t f o r t r y i n g t o a b ide by. "The 'ove r - wh e l m i ng schoo l ' , " says Da n i e l Greg o ry Mason, "has on the whol e fa i l ed to hold our i n terest. I t l eaves us bored and i n d i fferen t . " The fundame n t a l d u t i es o f t h e p i a n i s t a re t o g ive t h e h e a r e r someth i n g w h i c h w i l l r e l a x h i s m i nd , somet h i n g t o ponder a bout, a n d , a bove a l l , some­ t h i ng to e n j oy t h rough the p u r i f i c a t i on of a l l h i s fanc i e s a n d t h e i n sp i ra t ion of h i s i deal s .

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DE PARTM E N T

Reuel Parrish Esther Bohlke Luci lie P ickens P a u l i ne Hostler I rene H i l l Emma Moe M u l l i n s Odessa Smith Betty J 0 Lorette P a u l i ne Hensley l ona Pickens Kyle Crist Mrs. A. E. Hoffpauir H i lda Reed Barbaro Borton Margaret M i d d l eton Mary A l ice Cavener N i na Stiverson Betty J a ne K i l lebrew Ruth Long E l i zabeth Thompson Marie Standridge Louise C o l l i ns Mattie Hensley P a u l i ne B lock Yulice Schock Mary S m i th V i rg i n i a Tidwell Robert Cavett Lester Dunn Donald Beaver Bessie Huff Hazel Chapman

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V O IC E

D E P AR T M E N T

A s i ng e r ' s i ns t r u m e n t i s for more complex a n d d e l i c a te t h a n a n y a r t i ­ f i c i a l one. I t i s pa r t o f h i s phys i c a l , menta l , a n d s p i r i tua l b e i n g , a n d t h e c e n t e r of h i s l i fe. I ts m u s i c i s p u r e r , m o r e d i rect, a n d m o r e sou l -sea rch i ng than t h a t of any m a n u fac t u red i ns t r u m e n t . A man o r woman who possesses an a ttrac t i ve vo i c e is r i c h . T h e vo i c e i s a God - g i ven i n st r u m e n t a nd shou l d b e c u l t iva ted t o t h e h i ghest deg ree poss i b l e . O n e shou l d n o t con s i d e r the deve lopment o f t h e vo ice o n l y from t h e standpo i n t of teac h i ng i t , b u t a l so f o r the c u l t u r a l va l ue . "A person 's voice portrays h is c h a r a c t e r . " Dou b t l ess t h e r e i s noth i n g i n the rea l m of a rt w h i c h has such a w i d e­ reach i n g effect on the i nd iv i d u a l as s i ng i n g . S i ng i n g , prope r l y t a u g h t, d e ­ velops the body, i mproves t h e h ea l t h , c u l t ivates the i ma g i na t io n , refi nes one's m u s i c a l taste, and devel ops t h e m i nd . Correct s i ng i ng a l so i mproves t h e spea k i n g vo ice, for they c a n n o t be sepa rated . Al l correct s i n g i ng must have for i t s bas i s f i ne pron u n c i a t io n . An a x i o m of the g reat o l d I ta l i a n masters was : " P ronounce we l l a n d you w i l l s i n g wel l . " The s tudy of s i n g i ng for the c u l t i va t i on of a bea u t i fu l speak­ i ng vo i c e i s s tressed fa r too l i tt l e . The Greeks expected noth i n g g reat of orie w h o w a s i g n o r a n t of m u s i c . T h e power of m u s i c i s s o g re a t t h a t i t w i l l i nva r i a b l y sweeten a n y o n e who puts h i ms e l f in touch w i th i t . M u s i c i s a bea u t i fu l express i o n of l i fe a nd a c t iv i ty as we l l as of a rt, a n d s i n g i ng is one of the most b ea u t i f u l i n te r ­ p reta t i on s . II

I s h o t a n a r row i n to the a i r, I t fe l l to e a r t h , I knew not where; For, so swiftly it f l ew, t h e s i g h t C o u l d n o t fol l ow i t i n i ts fl i g h t . " I b rea thed a song i n to the a i r, I t fel l to e a r t h , I knew not where; For w h a t has s i g h t so keen a nd s t rong, Tha t c a n fo l l ow the f l ight of song :> " Lo n g , long a f t e rward, i n an oa k I found the a r row s t i l l u n b roke; And the song f rom beg i n n i n g to end, I found a g a i n i n the h ea rt of a f r i e nd . "

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Y u l ice Schock Curtis Smith Frances Wisler Adam Hoffpauir Margaret Bracken Margaret Middleton Everett Sprague L l oyd Reinmuth Donald Beaver Page E i g h ty- Five

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Esther Crooks Helen Sandy E l len Longford M i ldred Broadbrooks Marie Standridge

Bobby Hicks Lester Dunn Douglas R i d i ngs Corey Campbell Reuel Parrish

Esther Lewis Esther Bohlke Mrs. A. E. Hoffpauir Dole Darwin


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D E P AR T M E N T

I f one i s a b l e to express h i s thoughts c l ea r l y a n d forcef u l ly, he i s we l l sta rted o n t h e road t o success.

I t i s th i s q ua l i ty t h a t students i n t h e ex足

pression depa rtment a re acq u i r i n g .

They a re l ea rn i n g t o u s e the i r voices

and bod i e s to express the i r thoughts, the i r i deas, a n d t h e i r emotions in a g racefu l , con v i n c i ng m a n n e r . A m p l e proof of the effec t iveness of t h e teac h i ng i n th i s depa rtment may be seen in the p l ays g iven by th ese students.

Besides a p l ay on a l most

every De l ta Rho p rog ra m, they have f u r n i shed the cast for sever a l m a j o r p l ays-" W reckage/ ' " S u n U p/ ' a n d l i T h e A l a baster Box"-to men t i on a few.

One student i n t h i s department, M r .

H a r l a n Menden ha l l , won t h e

O k l a homa Oratory Contest, sponso red b y the Women ' s C h r i st i a n Temper足 ance U n i o n . Among t h e cou rses offe red a re pub l i c spea k i ng , p l a tform a rt, story tel l i ng , a n d o r a l i n terpreta t io n .

Mrs. C a ro l Lundy has been the compete n t

a n d effec t ive head of t h i s depa rtment f o r the l a s t two yea rs.

U nd e r h e r

leaders h i p t h e express ion depa rtment m a y b e expected t o become b i gger a n d better as an asset to B e th a ny- Pen i e l Col l eg e .

Page Eighty-Si x


E X P R E S S IO N

El len Lanqford Robert Morris Mrs. A . E. Hoffpa u i r H a r l an Mendenha l l F l o rence Lundy Charles Vance Barbaro Barton . Joe Anderson Esther Strickland George A lger Tha l i a Payne Harold Harcourt

Page Eighty-Seven

D E P A R T M E N T

Hazel Chapman Grace Dutton Neva B e l l Bohlke I na Moe Chi lders Ruth Lankford H i lda Reed Genevieve Pierce A rlesy Wolden Florence Jean W i lson C la i rece Harp Velma Tombaugh

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F letcher Spruce Emma Mae M u l l ins Reuel Parrish E l i zabeth Dobson Don Lewis M a m i e Bates Corey' Campbe l l Frances Wisler Charles Lackey Genevieve Perry Barrett Kirby H i lda Lee Oyler


B E L

C A N TO

Q U AR T E T

Lester Dunn, Carey Campbell, Reuel Parrish, P a u l Brandyberry.

COLL E G E

G IR LS'

Q U AR T E T

Mi ldred Broadbooks, Kathryn 路Wa l li n , Esther Crooks, Esther Bohlke.

Page Eighty-Eight


O R C H E S T R A

Alan S m i th

Letho Eagan

Verg i l Davis

Ruth Brandyberry

Everett Sprague

O l i ve Sutton

Vola

S . H . Bundy

Mrs. S . L. Fortner

Esther Lewis

Anis

Orin Murray

Dole Darwin

Charles Boyer

E. R. Camfield

Alberta Potterson

Charles C a l l oway

Earldein Dawscn

Bolerjack

King

Orv i l le Zook

Lorenzo M c N a l l

Hazel Chapman

Ruth Lang

D o n Conning

Marie Standridge

F l o rence Lundy

Bernard Armstrong

Lawrence Snel l

Caina Mae Dawson

J. E . Moore

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M A DR I G A L

G L E E

C LU B

Front row : Martha Warkentin, Hazel Chapman, Ruby Lundy, Kathryn W a l l i n , Esther Crooks, Esther Bohlke, M i ldred Broadbooks, H i lda Lee Oyler, Neva Bell Bohlke, Florence Lundy, Mrs. Dobson-d i rector, S . H . B undy-accompanist.

Back row : Frances Wisler, Margaret Bracken, Fern Green, Rcse l lo Brooks, Esther Lewis, Dorothy Cherry, Vola Bolerjack, Helen Sandy, Verna Music, Louise Coll i ns, Margaret N a t i o n .

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B E L

C A N T O

C L E E

C LU B

Front row : Fletcher Spruce, Brance Edwards, S. H. Bundy ( seated ) , Haro ld Harcourt, Spurgeon Hendrix, Thane M i nor, Delos Beck, Barrett K i rby, Curtis Smith, Bobby Hicks, J. V . McAl ister, Mrs. W . B . Dobson足 D i re.:tor.

Back row : J.

E. Moore, Carl Kiser, Paul Herre l l , Charles C a l l oway, Lloyd Reinmuth, Rice, Orvis Frederick, J ac k Durham, Douglas R i d i ngs, Donald Beaver.

Page N i nety-One

Kenneth

Harper, Charles


M IX E D

C H O R U S

Seated : Brance Edwards, Curtis S m i t h , Barrett K i rby, J . Beck, Harold Harcourt, Everett Sprague:

E.

Moore,

Fletcher Spruce, J .

V.

McA l i ster,

Delos

F i rst row : S. H. Bundy-Accompanist, Frances Wisler, Martha Warken t i n , Hazel Chapman, Ruby lundy, Kathryn W o l l i n , Esther Crooks, Esther Boh l ke, M i ldred Broadbooks, H i lda lee Oyler, Neva Bell Bohlke, Florence lundy, Mrs. W . B. Dobson-Director.

Second row : Dora McQuay, Foe L ite!!, Margaret Bracken, Genevieve P i erce, Rosella Brooks, Esther Lewis, Dorothy Cherry, Vola Bolerjack, Helen Sandy, Verno Music, louise Col l i ns, Rubye Show, Margaret Notion.

T h i rd row : Spurgeon Hendrix, Bobby H icks, lester Dunn, Char les Cal loway, Paul Brandyberry, Kenneth Harper, Lloyd Reinmuth, Charles Rice, Orvis Frederick, Douglas R i d ings, Carl K i ser, Paul Herrell, Donald Beaver.

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P L A Y

JU N I O R

"W R E C KAGE" by J . H a rtley Manners The Cast

Dr. Lanfear The Patient Kate B u r rows Mrs. Lanfear, Dr. Lanfear ' s mather M r . Bu rrows Mrs. Bu rrows N u rse Maid

-

Harris Creech James McGraw E l i zabeth Dobson Omah McArthur Charles Cal laway Rubye Lee Shaw Kathryn Wa l l i n E l l en Langford

Seldom is t h e re hope for dope add i c ts u n l ess the w i l l powe r of the v i c t i m i s s t reng thened . found h i m .

T h e Pa t i e n t w a s a l most past red e m p t i on w h e n D r . Lanfea r

Much to the doctor's s u r p r i se, the P a t i e n t was h i s own fa ther.

After D r .

La n fea r p roved h i s worth, o l d " Scotc hy"

B u r rows f i n a l l y

consen ted t o h i s ma r r i age t o Kate, a n d o f cou rse a l l " l ived h a pp i ly ever a fter. " The J u n io r C l a ss presen ted " W reckage" to a fu l l house i n Bethany a n d then l a te r repea ted the performance in N orman . was the best o f i ts type ever p resen ted in Bethany.

P a g e N i nety-Three

Many sa i d this play


T H E

W I N T E R

R E V I VA L

One of the h i g h pea ks of the school yea r was the w i n t e r rev i v a l h e l d i n Feb r u a ry.

The Reve rend a n d M rs. J . E . Aycock were the workers.

The i r

home i s j ust off the co l l eg e campus, and the i r endeavors were o f spec i a l i n terest a n d h e l p t o t h e school because they a re know n n o t o n l y a s eva n g e 足 l ists, b u t a s n e i g h bo rs .

Mrs. Aycoc k had c h a rg e of the s i ng i ng wh i l e Rev足

erend M r . Aycoc k d i d most of the preac h i ng . rev iva l , Mrs. Aycoc k gave two c h a pel messages.

A l o n g w i th the m u s i c in the Me,sages to the N . Y. P . S.

g roups coth Su nday n i ghts were a l so g i ven .

R E V E R E N D A N D MRS. J . A. AYCOCK

La rgely th rough the efforts of these spec i a l wor ke rs, Bethany estab足 l i shed another record in the h i story of the C h u rc h of the N a z a ren e.

Th i s

was a n " o n t i me" Sunday school record of 1 3 80 peop l e . A l l cou n t i ng stopped a t exac t l y 9 : 3 0 A M . Th i s record is espec i a l l y commenda b l e, for that Sunday morn i n g was t h e set t i n g for the only b l i zzard of the seaso n . T h e sermons were encourag i ng , u p l i f t i n g , a n d conv i c t i n g .

M a n y of the

chapel services were devoted to messages on B i b l e c h a racters. servi ces devoted to the study of Peter were espec i a l l y u p l i f t i n g . i ng S unday n ig h t one h un d red peo p l e went forw a rd for praye r .

The two

On t h e c l os 足 One of t h e

ou tstand i n g po i n ts of the meet i ng w a s the prea c h i ng o f a pos i t i ve gospe l . Very few "don t's" were hea rd from the l i ps of the eva n g e l i st ; b u t the res u l ts obta i n ed were a pos i t ive proof of the feas i b i l i ty of the eva n g e l ist's method. The school c a nnot measure the va l ue w h i c h the mee t i n g b roug h t . rev i va l , some fee l , was one of the best Bethany has w i tnessed .

The

The school

has become better acqua i n ted w i th Reverend and Mrs. Aycoc k and is now in even a better con d i t i o n to a p p rec i a te them as n e i g hbors.

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A CT I VI T I ES


STU D E N T

C O U N C IL

The Student Counc i l is the represen ta t i ve of the student body. I t i s composed of a pres­ ident, a v i c e - p residen t, a sec ­ reta ry- t reasu rer, a n d a repre­ senta t i ve

from

each

of

the

c l asses. All student ac t i v i t i es come under the j u r i sd ic t ion of the I t has the respons i ­

counc i l .

b i l i ty o f apport ion i ng , rec e i v ­ i ng , and d i str i b u t i ng the funds for the col l ege yea r book, the school paper, and the a th l et i c

It

depa rtmen t . prog ram chape l ,

each and

provides

Thu rsday

works

In

a for

other

ca pac i t ies. We feel that th i s yea r has been the g reatest i n the h i s­ tory of Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege, not only sp i r i t ua l l y a n d n u m e r ­ i c a l l y, b u t a l so i n the q ua l i ty of the s t u d e n t g roup.

Because

the Student Cou nc i l

i s repre­

senta t i ve o f the student body, th i s

i mprovem e n t

has

been

echoed in the Counc i l , ma k i ng t h i s a yea r of great ha rmony and a c h i evem e n t .

Vayle Lewis, urer.

President; El len Langford, Seoretary-Treas­

Genevieve Pierce, Senior Representative; L l oyd Langford, Vice-President. Bobby H i c ks, J unior Representative; Reuel Parrish, Freshman Representative. We deeply regret that through an error the picture of J i mmy McGraw wos o m i tted. Mr. McGraw is the Sophomore Representative to the Stl,!dent Counci l .

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T H E

A R R OW

Raymond McClung Christine Spu r l i n Don a l d Lewis Charles Col laway Omah McArthur Alan Smith J i mmy McGraw - Carlos Montandon E l izabeth Dobson Ruth Lang Morris Ohsfe ldt I mogene Margan

S TA F F

E d i ta r - i n -Chief Associ a te Ed i tor Busi ness Manoger Assistant Busi ness Manager Art E d i tor F i n e Arts Representative Athletic E d i tor Sen ior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshmon Representative Typist

Another yea r has rol l ed a round, a nd now the Arrow i s ready fo r your perusa l . The s l eepl ess n i g h t s a n d the days of ha rd wor k that the staff spent i n prepa r i ng th ese pages a re over .

We have made our last h i tc h - h i k i ng t r i p

to the eng ravers, h e a rd the l as t compl a i n t t h a t " I don ' t l i ke my p i c t u re , " a nd have cor rected the l as t a r t i c l e w r i tten for the a n n ua l-a n d now the book i s before you. We hope you w i l l l i ke it. poss i b l e

that

so

much

I t does n ' t seem wor k

could

be

c rowded between the covers of such a s ma l l book. I f you l i ke the Arrow, then you s h o u l d be g rateful f o r the m e m b e r s of the s t a f f ; f o r i t i s l a rg e l y t h r o u g h the i r s i ncere l oya l ty that th i s a n n u a l h a s been com p i l ed .

We

a re deeply i ndebted to o u r sponsor,

Pro足

fessor

W.

i n terest

in

B.

Dobson,

not

only

for

his

the Ar row a n d for h i s m a n y

t i me l y sugges t ions b u t a l so f o r the m a n y wea ry hours that he spen t i n proof read i ng PROFESSOR W .

B.

DOBSON

o u r mater i a l .

W e have attempted t o p rese rve the record o f your I i fe i n B e t h a n y 足 Pen i e l Col l eg e .

I f, i n the d a y s t o c o m e a s y o u t u r n t h rough t h e s e pages,

you feel you r hea r t s t i r red by the s i g h t of f a m i l i a r faces and g l i mpse of fa m i l iar say i ngs, then we sha l l feel that the 1 93 4 Ar row h a s fu l f i l l ed i ts p u rpose. -Raymond McCl u n g .

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A R R OW

STA F F

Donald Lewis, Christine Spurlin, Raymond McClung, Ruth Lang, J i m m y McGraw, E l i zabeth Dobson, Omah McArthur, Carlos Montandon, A l a n S m i th, Charles C a l l away, I mogene Morgan, Morris Ohsfeldt. Page N i nety- N i ne

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T H E

Top row : Bottom row :

R E V E I L L E

E C H 0

Maurice Howard, Omah McArthur, J ac k Rai rdon.

Franoes Wisler, Barrett K i rby, Harlan Mendenh a l l , Harris Creech.

The Reveille Echo is a b i -wee k l y newspaper pub I i sh ed by the students of Bethany- Pen i e l Col l e g e . The staff of t h i s paper ma ke it th e i r r u l e to publ i s h i n te rest i n g news about the v a r i o u s a spects of col l ege ac t i v i t i es a n d a d m i n i st r a t i o n . E a c h issue of the p a p e r con ta i n s ce rta i n fea t u re co l u mn s . Among these are "The Lowdow n , " " Look i n g Them Over , " a n d a col u m n devoted to essays o r poems by the students of the col l ege. The fea ture " Look i ng Them Over " i s w r i tten by H a r l a n Mendenha l l . Th i s col u m n i s a c h a ra c t e r s ketch of s o m e i n te rest i n g student of Betha ny- Pen i e l Col l eg e . "The Low足 down" is a c o l u m n of campus goss i p and c h a t ter about eve rybody and h i s affa i rs. F rances W i s l e r, who i s one of the most effic i e n t a n d p u n c t u a l members of the staff, i s the reporter for soc i a l events a n d person a l notes of the campus. The a t h l e t i c events of thc col l ege a re reported by H a r r i s C reech , w h o i s h i mse l f a competent referee a n d a t h l ete. F rom t i me to t i me, the Echo p u b l i shes ed i to r i a l s by Pres i d e n t B racken, P rofessor F red F l oyd, a n d Professor C . A . McCon n e l l . These ed i to r i a l s a re one of the most worth -wh i l e fea tu res of the paper. The Revei l l e Echo Staff Edi tor Assistant Edi tor C i rc u lation Manager Busi ness Manager Soci ety Reporter Col u m n i st Ath l e t i cs Reporter

Omah McArthur Maurice Howard J a c k Ra i rdon Barrett K i rby Frances W i sler Harlan Mendenh a l l H a r r i s Creech Page One H u n dred


T H E

M I N I S T ER I A L

A S S O C IA T I O N

Among the org a n i z a t i ons of Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege there i s none more i mporta n t than the M i n i s te r i a l Assoc i a t i o n . Very c l osely l i n ked to t h e s p i r i tua l l i fe of the c a m p u s , i ts prog ram h e l p s to d e te r m i n e t h e success or fa i l ure of the schoo l . The m i n i ster i a l group o f t h i s yea r i s o n e o f t h e l a rgest a n d most a c t ive in the h i story of the col l eg e . There a re more than seven ty e n ro l l ed who are prepa r i ng for spec i a l serv i c e . I n the mee t i ngs e a c h Tuesday even i ng , lectu res on s o m e of the oppor足 tun i t ies a n d p roblems of the m i n i stry a re g iven by speakers of a b i l i ty and expe r i e n c e i n the f i e l d s t hey represent. These w i l l be of g rea t h e l p to the young m i n i sters i n the i r fu t u re wor k . B u t j ust a s fa i th w i thout works i s d e a d , so theory w i th o u t pra c t i c e i s dead. Al most constan t l y the orga n i z a t ion i s rep resen ted on the f i e l d i n revival ca mpa i g n s a n d i n the a c t i v i t ies of the l o c a l c h u r c h . A n u mber g o o u t each week e n d t o h o l d serv i c es i n n e i g hbor i n g c h u rches a n d schoo l houses. Many conversions have been reported t h i s yea r by these workers i n the va r i ous commu n i t i es. The g roup fee l s that it has a d i v i ne l y a ppo i n ted task o f c a rry i n g the gospel of f u l l sa lva t ion to a needy wor l d a n d i s s t r i v i n g ea rnestly to prepa re for the tas k . " G o y e i n to a l l the w o r l d a n d preach t h e gospel t o every c re a t u re . " " Lo, I a m w i th you a l ways, even to t h e e n d of t h e wor l d . "

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Y OU N G

M E N 'S

G O S P E L

T E A M

The eva ng e l i s t i c s p i r i t of the C h u rc h of the N a z a rene i s echoed i n h e r schoo l s . O n e o f the ma n i festa t i ons of th i s i n Bethany- Pe n i e l Col l ege i s t h e You ng M e n ' s Gospel Team, w h i c h i s an o rga n i za t ion of the young m e n for the p u r pose of ca r ry i ng the gospel of J es u s C h r i s t to n e i g hbor i n g commu n i 足 t i es. Th i s g ro u p i s composed of a l l col l ege men i n te rested i n C h r i s t i a n work; it n u mbers a mong i ts members seve r a l you n g m i n i sters of exp e r i e n c e . The reg u l a r mee t i ng s h e l d e a c h Thu rsday even i n g a re t i mes of i n s p i ra 足 t i on a n d s p i r i tu a l refreshment. A message i s g iven a t each mee t i n g by one of the members of the Tea m . These young men have h e l d serv ices i n seve r a l nea r - by pl aces of worsh i p t h i s yea r a n d feel that God has b l essed them i n the i r efforts. They a re a l so a c t i ve i n the work of the l oc a l c h u rc h . T h u s t h e Gospel Team i s n o t o n l y bene f i c i a l t o t h e i nd i v i d u a l members in tra i n i n g them i n a c t i ve serv i c e but a l so i s a n asset to t h e local c h u rc h a n d school i n h e l p i ng t o c reate a more s p i r i tu a l a tmosphere. " O t h e rs, Lord, yes othe rs, Let t h i s my motto be; Hel p me to I i ve for others Tha t I may l ive l i ke Thee . "

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G I R L S'

G O S P E L

T E A M

Among the pe rmanent re l i g ious orga n i za t i on s of Bethany- Pen i e l Col l eg e i s t h e G i rl s' Gospel Tea m, composed o f a l l co l l ege g i r l s w h o w i sh t o j o i n . The Tea m meets every T h u rsday eve n i n g for a th i rty- m i n u te pe r i od of pra ise and worsh i p . Th i s h a l f hour each week, when the g i r l s c a n l ay a s i d e the i r school work a n d m e e t together, i s one of s p i r i t u a l refresh m e n t a nd m u t u a l h e l p . Th i s g roup has been con t i n u a l l y g row i n g a nd t h i s yea r has a l a rg e r n u mber of members than ever before. The obj e c t ives of th i s o rg a n i za t i o n a re to w i n sou l s to J esus C h r ist, to i nsp i re one another to I i ve more I i ke the Master, a n d to help to c reate a good s p i r i tu a l envi ronment of the school . Occas iona l l y the Team presen ts a prog ram at some n e i ghbor i n g c h u r c h . I t i s n o t o n l y necess a ry t o t ra i n t h e m i n d ; the s p i r i tu a l l i fe shou l d be deepened and the v i s i on of C h r i s t i a n service b roadened. Th i s is accompl i shed in a very great way t h rough the s p l e n d i d wor k of the Gospel Tea m . Thus it i s a necessa ry complement to the l i te ra ry work of the school . May i t ever g row a nd h o l d as i ts motto, " W i n n i ng others for Chr i s t . "

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w.

C.

T.

0R A T 0R I C A L

U.

C O N T EST

Harlan Mendenha l l , Freshman i n Bethany- Pen i e l Col l ege, won fi rst pl ace i n t h e state ora torical con足 test sponsored by the Women's Christian Temperance Union, which was h e l d in Oklahoma C i ty in February. He won over a field of contenders and was awarded a d iamond meda l .

He i s thereby enti tled to enter

the national g rand d i amond contest which w i l l be held in Wash i ngton, D. C . in June. h i s plans to enter the contest.

He is making

The subject of h i s

oration w a s " Befuddled W i ts i n An A g e of Power . " M r . Mendenha l l pays la rge tribute to the h e l p he

received

from

the

Expression

Department

of

Bethany - Peniel Col lege and t o Mrs. Lundy, i ts head, who gave him help i n preparing for the .contest. The col l ege i s proud of i ts p u p i l of outstanding abi l i ty and has awarded him a year's scholarsh i p as a token of i ts apprec i a t ion for h i s accomp l i shments. HARLAN M E N DE N HALL

T H E

AYCOCK

L E C T UR E S

Because of h i s i n terest i n the future m i nistry of the Church of the N a za rene, Reverend Jarrette E . Aycock has advocated that the young m i n i sters be more spec i f i ca l l y trained for the i r future work. Working on the principle that the best way to learn is by the other man's experience, he has proposed tha t Bethany足 Peniel students have the advantage of lectures on the work of the m i n ister g i ven by successful preachers; a l so he has offered to a rrange for the financing of such a program. The school has g l a d l y adopted his suggestion and plans to make such lectures a permanent feature of the col l ege. Because of h i s part in arranging these lectures they w i l l be cal led the Aycock Lectures. The fi rst lectures of this k i nd were g iven Apri l 2 - 6 by Reverend D. Shelby Corlett, whose successful m i n i stry ma kes h i s advice and suggestions of speci a l value. Besides spea k i n g each day a t the chapel hour, he was g iven a reg u l a r c l ass period each day to present some of the methods he had found successful in h i s work and to answer any questions students desi red to ask h i m . H i s l ectures were w e l l attended and greatly apprec i a ted by a l l . REVEREND D . S H ELBY CORLETT

These lectures w i l l be one of the attractive features to m i ni sterial students planning to a ttend Bethany - Peniel Col l ege.

Page O n e Hundred Four


D E B AT E

C LU B

RAYMOND McCLU NG, President

I M OGE N E MORGAN, Secretary

ROB ERT MORR I S, Vice- president

MRS. BERT L U N DY, Sponsor

P O E T R Y

C LU B

MAU R I C E HOWARD, President

FAYE L l TTEL, Secretary

OMAH McART H U R, Vice-president

P ROFESSOR G I SH, Sponsor

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A L P H A

D E LT A

R H O

One of the I i ve- w i re I i te r a ry o rga n i za t i o n s on the c a m pus of Betha ny足 Pen i e l Col l eg e is the Al pha c h a pter of Del ta Rho. The word " a l pha" i n t h e o r i g i n a l Greek l a nguage means " f i rs t " ; conseq u e n t l y t h e Al pha c h a pter t r u l y has the adva ntage in name. And n o t a l one in name does it l ead, b u t a l so i n a c t i v i t i es, f o r the membe rs of A l pha m a y b e t r u t h fu l l y c a l l ed " the sa l t of the ea r t h . " Respons i b i l i ty, dependa b i l i ty, a n d " s t i c ka b i l i ty" a re t h ree q ua l i t i e s w h i c h e n a b l e one to b e s uccessf u l in wha tever he attempts; A l p h a members possess a l l th ree i n g rea t deg ree. T h e members a re a l so v e r y e n 足 t h u s i a s t i c ; they a re good sportsmen, good l osers a s we l l as good w i n ners. Mr. C a r l os Monta ndon was the P r e s i d e n t of the Al pha c h a pter d u r i ng the f i rst semester w i th M r . Rober t Vena b l e as V ic e - pres i d e n t . For the second semester, Mr. Ca rey Ca mpbe l l was e l ec ted Pres id e n t a n d M r . Bobby H i c ks V i c e - pres i d e n t .

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B E T A

D E L T A

R H O

A col l ege l i te ra ry soc i ety i s i n the pec u l i a r pos i t i o n of hav i ng a d u ty to perform for two g rou ps-the comm u n i ty w h i c h s u pports the col l ege, a n d t h e i n d i v i d u a l s w h o a ttend. I n accorda nce w i th i ts f i rs t d u ty i t m u s t tea c h t h e i nd iv i d u a l to be soc i a l l y- m i nded-to g i ve a l l he c a n to soc i ety. In reg a rd to i ts second d u ty, i t must teach t h e i nd i v i d u a l to a pprop r i a te u n to h i ms e l f a l l t h a t he c a n from the best of soc i e ty, to l ive h i s own l i fe u n 足 s u b m e rged i n the mass. Throug h t h e teac h i ng of t h e va l u e of work, a nd through the g i v i ng of soc i a l v i s io n , t h e l i te r a ry soc i ety provides i ts members w i th a n a pprec i a 足 t ion o f wor k we l l done a n d o f d i f f ic u l t prob l ems u ndertaken a n d so lved . I t e n deavors to g ive someth i ng of the v i s i o n a n d s p i r i t of the sc i e n t i s t S te i n metz a nd t h e soc i a l l y- consc i o u s W i l so n . Certa i n l y i t c a n n ot g i ve a g re a t d e a l of these q ua l i t ies, b u t i t w i l l i n sp i re a few students a n d open a new f i e l d of thoug h t to others. I n dea l i ng w i th the prob l e m of the i nd i v i d u a l , Beta Del ta Rho tra i ns the student to recog n i z e facts, to reason c l ea r l y, to m a ke dec i s ions, a n d a f t e r a dec i s i on i s m a d e , t o be prepa red t o advance i t . The s t u d e n t i s ta u g h t t o rea l i z e t h a t i t i s of no g reat s i g n i f i cance w h e t h e r he l eads o r fol l ows; t h a t it is the adva n c e m e n t of thoug h t w h i c h counts. The object of the soc i e ty is to deve lop in i ts members a n apprec i a t i on for the h i g h e r types of m u s i c and l i te r a ry prod uc t ions, and to encou rage i n te l l ec t u a l and c u l t u r a l d evel o p m e n t . The sem i - mo n t h l y prog rams g iven b y the B e t a chapter a re va r i ed i n n a t u re a n d a re both h e l p f u l a n d e n j oya b l e .

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T H E

E L LY S O N S

AT

B E T H A N Y

Among the many good th i n g s that come Betha ny's way was t h e rece n t e i g h t-day ser ies of l ec t u res u pon S u nday School w o r k b y Doc tor and M rs . E. P . E l l yson.

I t w a s my p r i v i l ege t o be present a t b u t o n e of M r s . E l l yson ' s

add resses, b u t t h e b l ess i ng I h a d rece ived i n former yea rs t h ro u g h h e r m i n i s 足 i stry, and t h e u n a n i mo u s expres s i o n s o f g ra t i tude b y t h e l a rge a u d i ences that g r ee ted h e r a t t h i s t i me assure me of the va l ue of h e r work.

We have had

S u nday School workers, and Sunday School worke rs足 i n s p i ra t iona l and otherw i se.

We have been roused to

g reat z e a l to " b r i n g them i n / ' and count n u mbers, and yet there h a s been, a t t i mes, a q u e s t ion whether we did i ndeed know what it was a l l about.

Did we

know them w i t h whom we were d ea l i ng-these i n 足 d iv i d ua l s o f the C rad l e Rol l , t h e you th, t h e ado足 l escents, the a d u l ts? DR. E. P . ELLYSON

Did o u r S u nday School work

embrace a defi n i te p u r pose w roug h t o u t in a d ef i n i te prog ram:>

Were we com m i tted to that p rogram, and

d id we-and here was t h e o u tstand i n g i m portance of this s e r i es-know how to meet the n eeds of our prog ram:>

Doc tor E l l yson l ed us day by day, step

by step, in a g row i n g a pprec i a t ion of o u r f i e l d of l abor in t h e S u nday Sc h oo l . Not o n l y w i l l the B e th a ny S unday School be e n r i c h ed through better service, but in scores of commu n i t i es, to w h i c h our pu p i l s go out, w i l l t h e b l es s i n g of these l ec t u res be f e l t . We a re g ra teful to o u r pastor, Rev. H . B . Mac rory, and to o u r Su nday School S u p e r i n tendent, Prof. A. Leroy Taylor, and to o u r local c h u rc h school boa rd, f o r b r i n g i ng th i s conve n t ion to u s , a n d w i s h i t were poss i b l e f o r every one o f o u r c h u rches and S unday Schoo l s t o have t h i s m i n i st ry of t h e E l l yson s .

-Ch a r l es Al l en McCon n e l l .

Page One Hundred Eight


G E R M A N

C LU B

RUTH TROUB, P resident

VELMA TOM BAUGH, Secretary-Treasurer

DONALD

M I SS HARMS, Sponsor

BEAVER, Vice-president

F R E N C H

C LU B

FRANCES S H A N N O N , President, f i rst semester

HAZEL CHAPMAN, Secretory

MARY MONTFORTE, President, second semester

M I SS HARMS, Sponsor

Page One Hundred N i ne


Horseshoes.

Prof. Stohly

Under Ruth's w i ndow. Now, E l len !

( right ) .

Our piano teacher.

The kids that make us happy.

Ruth and Mary.

Glenn and Prof. Gish in the realms of . phi losophy.

Let's see who's boss.

The registrar's helpers.


A gang of fel l ows. B. M .

And how?

Who's afraid of the b i g , bad wolf?

Let's hope the scales aren't right.

Popeye hit Buddy just onct. H u m a n flies.

All up i n the a i r .

J ust w e four girls.


M endenhall see someone. Papa Venable.

M i ss Gish . 路 I t's just Harry .

Our Dear Editor.

L i t t l e Joe, the Wrangler.

Mother Norwood must . be com ing.

Yea, A l pha !


Monroe's.

The K i sers.

Wedding B e l ls are breaking up-

A good pose, Ruth.

Miss Harms.

Mr. and M rs. P h i l l i ps.

Not s i l ly, just c ute.

Archie and Esse.

After the Sneak.


This strenuous col lege l i fe. How does Marie manage? Our good f r i end J u l ian. Prof. Floyd's hope.

Pals.

Aren't we happy?

Co-eds.

Time for c lass, Bessie.

H e ought to be there soon, Helen. The source of our knowledge.

The most popular g i r l i n town.


The four musketeers.

The compus from

The ideal married couple.

Our l i brarian.

Paper?

Dorm " g i r l ies."

J ust a l it t l e shy.

the watertower. Delos gets the dorm dirt.


T H E

T OR N A D O

The a n g ry c l ouds a re p i l i n g h ig h , H eavy, d a r k beneath t h e s ky, Essay i ng a l l the i r strength to t ry. T u mb l i ng , toss i ng , fea r f u l s ig h t , Obdurate c l ouds i n the shades of n i g h t Rol l a n a r m of fea r f u l m i g h t , N uc l eu s o f the morta l p l i g h t ; Awf u l r u s h i n g , sw i r l i n g , mass i ng , Devas ta t i ng i n i ts pass i ng , Obfusca t i n g , a n d h a rass i n g , Onwa rd sweeps t h e torn ado. -By M a u r i c e H owa r d .

PSYC H O LO G Y Knowl edgeSynap t i c pa t hways bea t by t i rel ess repe t i t ion Th rou g h d a r k, moss-covered forests o f Cort i c a l i s l ands. Forgetfu I nessC h i l l y, b l a nket i n g snows, fa l l i n g sec r e t l y And cove r i ng paths of knowledge i n moments Of i d l en ess. Revi ewWa r m w i nd s of renewed i h te rest eas i l y b l ow i ng O'er c h i l l ed paths, rev i v i n g them to l i fe And n a t u ra l g rowth . -By M a u r i c e H owa r d .

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AT HLE T I CS


AT H L ET I C S Someone h a s s a i d t h a t a l l work a n d no p l a y w i l l make J a c k-an d l ots of i t .

B u t what is to be profi ted by h ea p i n g u p wea l th and by so d o i n g

n eg l ec t i ng you r body so t h a t after you have made you r f o r t u n e y o u a re i n a b roken-down phys i c a l cond i t ion a n d cannot e n j oy i t ?

Here i s a man who

has devoted h i s l i fe to the passion of h i s sou l-ma k i n g money.

H e spe n t

h i s school a n d col l ege days se r i ou s l y prepa r i n g h i ms e l f f o r t h e task, a n d took no i nterest i n a t h l et ics.

H e g radua ted w i t h honors a nd now h a s ea rned

a g re a t fortune, b u t h i s hea l th i s i mpa i red a nd he is on a m i l k - a n d - c racker d i et.

On the other hand, one of his former c l assmates now h a s a h a rd

t i me m a k i n g ends meet, b u t s t i l l he possesses t h a t s p l e n d i d phys ical frame he devel oped in school d u r i ng yea rs h e was e n j oy i n g the rec reation of such sports a s baseba l l , basketba l l , sw i m m i ng, a n d trac k .

A l though h e h a s f a i l ed

to g e t the world of wea l th a t h i s feet, he possesses someth i ng worth fa r more thpn gold a nd s i lver.

H e has hea l th ; he is h a p py.

I n Bethany the va l ue of exerc ise i s e m p h a s i z ed , a n d a t h l e t ics a re or足 g a n ized i n such a way that everyone can p a r t i c i pa te .

I n some com m u n i t i es,

the m i stake is often made of tra i n i n g a few of the best, a n d weed i n g o u t those w i t h

l esser ab i l i t ies

i n sports.

Bethany- Pen i el

Col l ege encourages

everyone-wea k o r strong, s k i l l fu l or awkwa rd-to come o u t a n d p l ay. I n the ea r l y a u t u m n , a soft- ba l l l ea g ue was formed w i t h enough tea ms for everyone to p l ay.

When basketba l l season sta rted, a c l ass l ea g ue was

formed and c l i maxed by a fou r - g a m e tou rnament p l ayed before a fu l l gym足 n as i u m . The g e n e r a l consensus of op i n ion was t h a t the F reshman c l ass h a d the b e s t tea m . A tenn is tou rnament w a s h e l d i n the spr i n g .

Baseba l l season a n d t rack,

wh i c h had not ta ken p l ace when "The A rrow" wen t to p ress, a l ways prove a t i m e of much i n teres t i n g compe t i t ion a n d r i va l ry between the cha pters of De l ta Rho. There i s in Bethany- Pe n i e l Col l eg e a n abundance of i n te rest i n a t h l et ics, and a d i s p l ay of c l ea n sportsmansh i p the yea r round. in a t h l etics a l ong w i t h you r stud i es, you w i l l B ethany- Pen i e l Col l ege.

P a g e O n e H u ndred N ineteen

f i nd

I f you a re i n terested much compe t i t ion

in


B ASK E T B A L L J u n ior-Se n ior Team

B a c k row : Charles路 Cal laway, George A l ger, C Front

row :

Harris

Cree:h,

F.

G.;

Kenneth

( capta i n ) ;

S.

Harper, H.

G.;

Bundy,

Robert F.;

Venable,

Spurgeon

G.;

Hendrix,

Harold G.;

Johnson,

Glenn

Bohlke,

F.; F.

Sophomore Tea m

Back row :

Donald Beaver, C;

Front row :

Woodrow Longford, G.; J i mmy McGraw, F.

Dale Gentry, C; Claude Joh nston, G . ; Paul Herrell, G . ; Charles Rice, G. ( capta i n ) ;

Buddy Camfield,

F.; C u r t i s Smith,

F.

Page One H undred Twenty


B A S K E T B A L L Fres h m a n A Tea m

Bock

row :

Rolph

Front

row :

H a r o l d Theus, G . ;

Sampson,

c.; J.

Merritt E.

Swim,

Moore,

G.;

F.;

Wolter

Barrett

J u l ian,

K i rby,

C.

( captain ) ;

O l iver

Newsom,

F.

G.

F res h m a n B Tea m

Bock row : Austin N ea l , G . ; Lawrence Snell, G . ; Mark Moore, Mendenha l l , C.

F.

Front row : Thone M i nor, G . ; J oe Anderson, G . ; Charles Lackey, F . Page One Hundred Twenty-One

( capta i n ) ; Emmett Dal las, ( absent ) .

F.;

Harlan


B AS K E T B A L L Beta G i rls

Back row : T h a l i a Payne, G . ; Ola Felts, c . ; Truseal Hathaway, G . ; Mary Montforte, F . ; Margaret Nation, G . ; Dorothy Cherry, G. Front row :

Fern Green, G . ; Ruth Lankford, G . ; Beryle Morgan, C . ;

Helen W i lson, c . ; Gladys Foster, G.

A l p h a Girls

B a c k row :

H e l e n Scndy, c . ; R u t h Corley, F . ; R u t h P i e rce, G . ; Christine B a l l , G . ; Mabel Abernethy, C .

Front row :

Genevieve Perry, G.; E t h e l Thomas, G . ; H i lda L e e Oyler, F . Page O n e Hundred Twenty-Two


A DVERT I SI N G


To You Th is new A R ROW is you rs足 the year- book of your co l lege. I ts fr iends are your friends; they

have stood by you .

They are

you r advert isers .

H o l d your o l d fr iends and ga in new ones .

G ive your advertisers

a tria l , and let them know you read their advert isements.

Th en they w i l l he l p you make the

future

A R ROW a

l arger,

f iner ann ua l . Let u s keep our fr iends back足 ing us-and push ing.

-c. DON LEW I S Bus iness Manager

P a g e One Hundred Twenty-Five


Bethany�Peniel C ollege ACCREDlITED-FlINANClIAlLlLY STABlLE­ EVANGElLlISTlIC -----

.

-----

D E P ART M E N T S Co l lege . . . Theo l ogica l

. . . P iano .

.

. Vo i ce . . .

Express i o n . . . Viol i n .

O R GA NIZ AT ION S Stude n t Counci I

.

. . Arrow S taff . . . Reve i l ie Echo S taff

. . . M i nister i a l Associa t i o n . . . Gospe l Teams . . . Debate C l u b . . . Orches tra . . . C h orus Ba nd . . . G l ee C l ubs . . . Q uar te ts . . . S ta te C l u bs . . . De l ta Rho Society . . . Poetry C l u b . . . Lan g uage c l u bs -----

+

CAM P MEET I NG A U G U ST 1 6-26 -----

. -----

Wr i te :

A. K . B RA C K E N , M . A. , D . D . P R ES I D E N T

B ET H A NY

O K LA H O M A

Page One Hundred Twenty-Six


Com p liments of

B ET H A N Y- P E N I E L C O L L E G E C ll LJ R C H

R EV. , H . B . M AC R O RV, Pa stor

BETHANY, O KLAHOMA

Page One Hundred Twenty-Seven


H omer S. Co ldwel l

P H O N E 2-4338

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

DR. L . E. GLASS DENTIST

S U ITE 209

COLCORD

Perrine B u i ld i ng

Phone 2 - 7 666

BLDG.

OKLAHOMA C I TY

21.

September : 4-6.

Registration over a n d school begins. Cheerfu l , happy faces and a gen­ eral a i r of depression and hopeless­ ness. "Fresh" wear a laak of de­ spai r m i ng led w i th a n t i c i pa tion.

1 5.

"Get Acqua i n ted" col lege.

1 9.

Western Oklahoma sembly begi ns.

29.

October :

Party for the

4.

5. District

Fel lowshi p Banquet. M r . H a l l raises $ 3 , 5 1 0 on Fine Arts B u i l d i n g . Tragedy ! ! H a z e l lost h e r von i ty on the weiner roast Mother N or­ wood gave her "dorm" chi ldren.

As­ 1 6.

COL L E GE G RO CE RY

Dr. Bracken and Men's Quartet l eave for Abi lene District Assembly. Election o f officers for Al pha and Beta Del ta Rho. Does Elsie Adam rate or no?

a nd

HARDWARE

We Have--GROCERIES

HARDWARE

A f u l l l i ne of best q u a l ity­ a lso shoes and dry goods

Rad ios, R ug s,

F reshly c u t

Linoleu ms,

b y Geo. M . H a l l

MEATS

Garden Tools, etc.

Phone 2 We D e l ive r

G. W. Ford

B eth a ny

Page One Hundred Twenty-Eight


Congratulations--ARROW STAFF and Students

of

Bethany�Peniel

CoHege

S u n d ries

Ca n dies a n d Lunches

Sch ool Books

Mag a z i n es F i l m Developing

Stationery

D AV I S

CONFECTI ONERY J. M . Davis, Proprietor

B eth a ny, Okla . Phone 1 3 3

Page One Hundred Twenty - N ine

S u ppl ies


A S U GG EST I O N

Sa y v ��

TO CAR

OWN ERS !

The 1934 model cars are certainly th e b e s t ever - and a great m a n y " i l l be purch as e d . B u t you w h o w i l l con t i n u e t o dri v e y o u r present car, we s ugge s t a call at our Texaco Sta­ tion.

Let us

.

es"

----e-

C LAYTO N 'S S ERVICE STATION

show how Texaco

Fire - Chief Gasoline and Texaco

----e-

Crack-proof M o tor O i l will i m ­ pro v e your car's performance. Our T exaco produ c t s and our serv ice w i l l so i mpress y o u - you'll s tup h ere regularly.

U P TO - DAT E C L EA N E RS LET U S C l ea n for you P ress for you Mend for you and B l oc k you r h a ts

We Satisfy O.

C. Coody

Phone 1 2

Sto p 1 4 B ET �l A N V

Dean F l oyd : So ! you are bock i n school . I thoug h t I expel led you lost week . U psta r t : You d i d , but d o n ' t d o i t aga i n , becouse my D o d was plenty sore lost t i me . 1 7.

Bro. Fleming speaks to us in chape l . Wonderfu l service.

1 8.

Beg i n n i n g of fa l l revival w i th Bro. Mock Ande rson .

1 9.

Six weeks g rades received. Ba rbaro wonders what the $ 1 .90 means on her s l i p . Den i th and Christine tel l us what the i r ideal boy and g i rl wou ld be : Boy : Thone's eyes, H a rold's hair, Paul H . 's complexion, Buddy's s m i l e, Cu rt's physique, Barrett's athletic abi l i ty, Charles' persona l i ty, Lloyd's l i ne, Mark's pep, Bobbie's c l o th es,

Page One H u n d red Thirty


are th ose wh o wh en tried, pro ve tru e. - - - We 're friends

gcolmes CjJharllnacy for CBethany CJ(ornes drugs toi let a rticles

s u n d ries

u nexcel led fou n ta i n

candies

service

H O L M L8 10HARMAecy

Harris' whistle, Carey's voice, J i m ­ my's ori g i na l i ty, Carlos' col l eg ia te a i r, Don Lewis' business abi l i ty, and S . H . 's ta lent. G i r l : Barbara's l i ps, H a ze l 's eyes, Dora's complexion, Den i th ' s h a i r, Esther C . ' s figure, I mogene's clothes, Peggy's persona l i ty, Gladys' l i ne, Kathryn's d i sposi tion, Christine's pep, Esther B . ' s voice, Made l i ne's d i g n i ty, Omah's bra i n s, H i l da Lee's a th letic abi l i ty, and Helen W . 's II I t. 1I 31.

W. L. BUCK COMPANY OKLAHOMA C I TY, OKLA. Phone 2 -4 6 6 1

1 6.

Col lege is honored by a v i s i t and a speech from Oklahoma's Represen ­ tat ive, Les l i e Conner.

Page One Hundred Thirty-One

N . Bdwy.

FOR YOUR CONVEN I ENCE We carry i n stock for q u i c k shipments a complete l i ne of Ath letic Equipment and Sporting Goods - Baseba l l , Vol l ey Ba l l , Gol f, Tenn i s and F i s h i n g Tac k l e . Special

Prices

to

Schools and Colleges

Wri te for N ew Spring and Summer Catalog

November : U n c l e Buddy speaks i n chape l . He's the same old " U nc l e Buddy."

311

-----

H a l lowe'en. Who put the p i g in the d i n i n g h a l l ?

6.

H YAC I NTH HOLMES

EARL H OLMES, Ph.G.

• When

in O k la h o ma City, Make Our Store Yau r Headquarters


for Economical rrofl.portat'o,.

1 7.

Frances spra i n s her nose. Poor g i rl !

26.

Bobby and Brownie Congratu l a t i ons !

29.

Thanksg i v i n g . Col lege h i tc h - h i kers seen every where.

are

married.

Woodrow S. : For d i n n e r today we had a chi cken that was h atched in a n i ncubator.

WOODWARD C H EVROLET C O M PA N Y

C l i fford W. :

How do you know?

Woodrow : Any chicken that had a mother cou l d not be that tough . December :

A u thorized Dealer

5.

Rev. M r. French from Texarkana, Texas, speaks i n chape l .

7.

Picture Day.

1 2.

B ET H A N Y, O K LA H OMA

Prof. Ha l l sets the gaol for 50 new students for the second semester. We a re behind you, Mr. H a l l .

O ur R e c ord Fou rteen yea rs of se rv i ce To f r i ends of B . P . C . H a s bou n d us very c l ose l y F o r t i m e a n d e te rn i ty . â&#x20AC;˘

g reen vegeta bles

fresh and c ured meats staple can ned goods â&#x20AC;˘

Satisfaction can be found for the most dainty appetite J . A . WH I T E Bethany, Oklahoma

Page One H u ndred Thi rty-Twa


1 5.

21

.

-

The J un i o r Play W rec ka ge. Shakespeare in School : Frosh : A Comedy of Errors. Soph : Much Ado Abo u t Nothing. J u n iors : As You Like It. Seniors : All's Well That Ends Wel l . The last day of school weeks.

for two

24.

We i l l We l l ! El len and Woody got ideas from Bobby and Brown ie.

29.

Even the fac u l ty took the fata l leap. What can we expect of the poor students�

J a n uary : 2.

A l though the Freshmen e n j oy p l ay­ ing with the toys they have become used to, they do not u nderstand why they have to beg i n school work aga i n .

I\i()wa Lu m ber e()m pa".", ( ( Ev ery Stick

TH E

a

H O M E

D ry O n e ) )

B U I L D E RS

• .

.

.

hOlne InstItutIOn furnishing complete building serVIce for the home owner and builder. A

May Be thany, O k l a homa

Page One Hundred Thi rty-Three

we

serve

you? Phone 1


We i nv i te you to v i s i t u s w h e n i n O k l a h oma C i ty . •

Twe lve s tores for YO U R Conve n i ence •

tlazeylJ A HOME INSTITUTION

M O O R E 'S

HOME OF UNDELIVERED TAILOR MADE SUITS AND OTHER MAKES

S E RV I C E S TAT I O N

Service As You Like It GAS

T I RES

OIL

T U B ES

$1 5 .00

Where Money Goes Farthest

WE 00 OUIt PART

$22.50

FLEIG'S Ta i lor-Made C l oth i ng Store S U ITS M A D E TO O R D E R

and

and

G R EAS E

ACC ESSO R I E S

1 09 WEST GRAND AVENUE One Door West of City Hall

B i rt W. Moore

B eth a n y

PHONE

2-1633

F.

J . A. TH I NG, Pres.

OKLAHOMA CITY

J . M E R R I LL, Vice- Pres.

D I AL 3 - 54 8 4

o. K. FURNITURE & RUG CO. ( 0. K. AUCTION CO. )

'·Ho usetur-nishings tor- Less·' O K LAHOMA C I TY, OKLA.

HUNDREDS OJ!'

J. P. MONTGOMERY

Sri TISFIED

CUS TOMERS IN BETHANY

3 2 1 North H udson

Sales Mgr.

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THE FARMERS STATE BANK Approved members in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Deposits '''Sl.,eed up to

$2,500.00

BETHANY, OKLAHOMA

lVe in vite

Com p liments

yo u to visit tli e

I DEAL G ROCE RY AND

MAR KET F resh Meats, Veg eta bles

FINE ARcrďż˝ eOMIJANG)(

a nd a

F u l l L i n e of Groceries We sell o nly Dependa b l e ]If erchcmdise) so t h e r cfo re We can gua rctn tee S atisfactioJl to ea.ch C u stom e 1 ', '

OKLAHOMA CITY

B E R N I C E ALYEA

Phone 5

Beth a ny

EL CENTRO C LEAN ERS R E U EL PA R R I S H

T he

-

proprietor

Students' clean-press shop

H ATS C L EA N E D A N D B LOC K E D F R E E D EL I V E R Y

PHONE 50

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BETHANY


"

NAZARENE YOUNG JPEOJPLEPS SOCIETY WESTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Psa.

121 : 1

"1 will lift up mine eyes �mto the hills from whence cometh my help."

REV. JOSEPH PITTS, President

Our Opportunity The N . Y . P . S . of the Weste rn O k l a homa D i st r i c t is i n t roduc : n g i ts new baby proj ect for th i s yea r . I ts name is D i st r i c t Home M i s s i o n E n te r p r i se. I t w i l l not be g rown u n t i l eac h local N . Y . P . S . h a s ra i sed 1 c a member per wee k . When i t i s g rown , i t w i l l court n e w opport u n i t i es, engage n ew f i e l ds, and ma rry new soc i et i es that w i l l b l ess a d y i n g comm u n i ty. Th i s means " Ea c h One Win Oneil

=

4800 by the next conve n t i o n .

o lFlFIC[ALS� District Pres i dent-Joseph Pi tts, Sti l lwo ter District Vice Pres i de n ts : M i l ton Smith , Normon A. L. Toylor, Bethony Poul Gorrett, Erick

District Secretary-Treasurer Agnes Fi tzgera ld, Edmond Annual Convention A l tus, O k l a.-July 2 4 - 29 Speaker-J. W. Montgomery

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PUT CHRIST I

FIRST

F I RST C H U RC H OF TH E NAZA R E N E 90 1 West .6th St. , O k l a homa C i ty, O k l a homa

We

'u s e

no lc� t c h str'ing, t h e d o o r is open •

H1J1-en ill the City l;V orship 'wit h us S E RV I C E S Sunday School-9 : 3 0 a . m .-N . Y. P. S.-6 : 3 0 p . m . Morn i n g Worsh i p- I I :45 a . m .-Evangel istic Service-7 : 3 0 p . m . -

-

I . W . YO U N G, Pastor Phone 3 - 6 1 5 7

Residence 8 2 9 West 7 th St.

1 5.

"To f l u n k or not to f l u n k . That is the question

1 7.

We passed that 50 mark by having aver seventy students regi ster for the second semester.

1 8.

Arrow Staff Party. Peggy goes with Sta h l y.

1 9.

F i rst basketba l l Alpha and Beta.

game

between

Curt S . : I d reamed last n i g h t t h a t I proposed t o t h e most beauti ­ fu g i r l i n the world. Marie S . ; Did I accept?

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22.

Second semester work begins. H a r l a n ; Patze l ' s engaged. Charles L . ; about i t?

Did he tel l you a l l

H a r l a n : Mercy, no, I on ly spent the afternoon w i th h i m . 30.

The Sen iors sneok, and t h e J u n iors can not f i n d the m . Prof. Bracke n : ( i n t h e middle o f joke ) : Have I ever t o l d th is one before? Class ( i n chorus ) : Yes. Prof. Brac ken ; Good. You w i l l probably understand i t thi s ti me.


t-I azel H a rris Bea u t y 3 0 5 South Don o l d

Shop

Heard i n c l a ss : I nstructo r : M i ss F e l ts, what i s your g reatest s i n ?

Phone 228 -J .--

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Mi ss F e l ts : Van i ty. I s i t before the m i rror for hours a d m i ring my beau ty.

Sha mpoos

M a r ce l s

F i nger waves

M a n i c u res

I nstructar : That's That's i ma g i nation.

Eyebrow t r i ms Eyeb row & Lash Dyes Fac i a l s

H a i r Dyes

nat

vani ty.

March :

a--

--

Each patron g Iven individual attention .

I.

The Soph. i mpersonate the facul ty. We hope the facu l ty is benefitted.

28.

We were a l l frig h tened today be­ cause it looked as though Emma was going ta get i n a h urry.

Apri l :

We in'vite your patronage.

February : 2.

We g l a d l y welcome Echo back.

the

Reve i l l e

Ha rry Grove ( chattering as usu­ al ) : On account of the depression I have had to ta l k through the same hat for three years stra i g h t .

B r o . Corlett's lectu res beg i n .

BEAVER'S STORE •

DRY GOODS WORK CLOTHES

Esse ( to t h e boy friend ) : Have you ever tried l istening to a play w i th your eyes shut?

HOUSEHOLD NEEDS

Voice ( from row beh i nd ) : Have you ever tried l iste n i ng to one w i th yaur mouth shut?

READY-TO-WEAR

6.

Meeting of Board of Trustees.

7.

M i d - w i n ter revival beg i ns.

1 5.

2.

Wed d i ng be l l s for the facu l ty aga i n . Prof. Gaod w i n th i s time.

NOTIONS

Q u al ity 'Tells

-

P rice Sells

B ETHANY, OKLAHOMA

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5. I I.

20.

J u nior-Senior Banquet i n the O k l a ­ homa Club B u i l d i n g . It's all

over-the Arrow goes to

You ng Men, we a re bidding for you r a pparel busi ness

press.

with only Sta nda rd­

Orchestra Program.

Q u a l i ty-Well-known b ra n ds of merch a n d ise at

May : 1 9.

Fine Arts Reci ta l

20.

Bacca l a u reate Sermon .

21.

Annual F i n e Arts Program .

22.

A l u m n i Day.

23.

Communi ty ment.

Day

and

th e lowest prices possible. Fash i o n Pa r k S u i ts

Commence­

M a n h a ttan S h i rts Bostonian Shoes Stetson Hats Etc .

Boy : Do you bel ieve i n P l a to's theory of love? G i r l : I don ' t know. I ' ve never been out w i th h i m .

�lothil\g S�re S west� 125-127

OKLAHOMA C I TY

Lloyd L. : Why are you g u rgl i n g sound?

Margaret M . : I 'm tryi ng to swal low that l i n e you a re g i v i n g me.

3 2 3 W e s t Ma i n OKLAHOMA C I TY

I t was in R . E. A . tha t th i s happened : "And Lot's w i fe looked back and turned i n to a p i l l a r of sa l t. " Someone stirred i n the back of the room. "Typical woman d river," said a sleepy voice.

FASH I O NS I N GOOD TASTE C h oose yo u r

w i se l y - Safeg u a rd

re t u r n

se l ec t i n g

to

you r

E l eg a nce

by

wa rd robe

at

MART I N ' S .

Dom i n a n t Fash ions for a l l occasions 1-Vmn e n - .1l1isses & Junio rs

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m a k i n g that

Dale Darw i n : Now that you have looked over my music, what wou l d you l i ke to have me pl ay? Alan S m i th : domi noes.

I th i n k we had better play

Whi tcomb : My w i fe had a dream last n i g h t and thought she was married to a m i l l iona i re . Voyle : You ' re l u c ky. M y w i fe th i n ks that i n the day time.


BETHANY REALTY COMPANY

Esther B . : I thi n k t h e governmen t i s terribly mea n . They s a y they want people to manage C . C. C. camps who can best handle men.

I N S U RA N C E - R E N TALS - SALES

Made l i ne Lunn : That soun.ds a l l r i g h t to me.

We spec i a l i z e in i n s u ra n c e , know the n e e d s a n d h ow to a p p l y them . T h e re a re no wea k compa n i e s i n o u r l i n e . •

Prompt adjustment and Courteous treatment

Office Phone 3

W. H . C reech Notary P u b l i c

A . I . R i ce

Notary P u b l i c

Res. Phone 1 5 6-W

Esther : Then why don ' t they let us women e n l i st? "I wan t/"ome powder." "Mennens?'1 " Nope. W i m m i ns . " "Scented) " "Nope. I ' l l toke i t mysel f . " Lan d lady : My rooms a re f i v e doll ars and up. Lloyd Lunsford : B u t don't you th i n k that's 0 l i ttle h i g h ? I am a student. Lan d lady : A student? In that case i t's f i ve dol l a rs down. N e i ghbor : What causes the most trouble to you r car. Mr. Bundy : The son and the due.

The secret servi ce at Wash i ngton was very anxious to get hold of a very s l i ppery gangster who was reported to be i n O k l a ­ h o m a . They s e n t six photog raphs of h i m, taken i n d i fferent posi tions, to Mr. Legge, with i nstructions to catch the man. M r . LeQge g o t busy, and t h a t very n i g h t he wi red back : " I 've i dentified the gang and arrested a l l six." A woman entered a crowded street car i n Oklahoma C i ty. A gentleman offered her his seat. She fa i n ted. When she was re­ vived, she thanked h i m . He fa i n ted.

FL O WERS 4-3034

Ph ones

5- 1 222

Our Personal Service Will Please

Freshman : I ' m a l i ttle stiff from bowl i ng. Upper classman : were from?

Where'd you say you

The treasurer of the ladies aid society went i n to the bank to deposi t some money, remarking to the banker, " H e re's some a i d money." M r . Stockton thought s h e sa i d some e g g money a n d remarked enthusi ­ astica   y "We l l , the old hens d i d pretty ' we l l ."

Members F l o rist Tel eg raph Del i very

H E RRMAN N'S F LOWE R S H O P 1 1 3 0 N . W . Th i rty- Second S t reet OKLAHOMA C I TY

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N ew York have fa ster p resses, b u t s peed g e n e ra l l y

is obta i n ed

at

the expense of

q ua l i ty, a n d those g i a n t h i g h s peed ma足 c h i nes d o n o t e n a b l e the own e rs to red u c e c o s t be l ow o u rs, for o u r l ow ove rhead offsets the adva n tages of s peedy p resses w i th th e i r g rea t i n vestmen t, i n h i g h ren t a reas, a n d o p e ra ted b y h i g h l y pa i d eng i nee rs .

Ca l l a t

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

1 00- 1 06 N . E. 2 n d Street o r w r i te

us.

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