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C. Paul Gray

Associate Editor

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MAN of unusual ability and of sterling integrity; a wise counselor to the students in

their perplexities, and a staunch friend in adversity. He is an optimistic Christian, a thoroughgoing teacher, a preacher of marked distinctionPROFESSOR LEWIS T. CORLETT, Dean of Religious Education, Bethany-Peniel College.


conT~nT 1. ADMINISTRATION

2. CLASSES 3. ACTIVITIES 4~

FINE ARTS

5. REMINISCENCES 6. ATHLETICS 7. HUMOR AND ADVERTISING

1938

C. Paul Gray Editor-in-Chief


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College Motto:

Cha7-aciE7-1 Cuftu7-E1 Ch7-i1-t

CHARACTER- Stable as the Mountains CULTURE- Balanced and Symmetrical CHRIST- Radiance and Purity


1Ju ilrmnrtum G. B. COLLINS Born December 15, 1858 Died January 27, 1938


1Jn :!ltmnrinm JOE MeGRAW Born August 19, 1920 Died February 15, 1938


THE

events of this school year will never return, but their memories may be richer than the experiences themselves. The 1938 ARROW has endeavored to retain for you in permanent form a pictorial souvenir of the many phases of life in Bethany-Peniel College.

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theme of this Book is epitomized in the title of our school hymn, "Faith of Our Fathers." As students of Bethany-Peniel College we pledge anew our allegiance to the faith upon which our fathers have built.


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BOARD of TRUSTEES DR. A.

K.

BRACKE N, Ex-OfFICIO

Abilene District

Louisiana District

J. WALTER HALL

En N. LEJE UNE Lake Charles, Louisiana

Wichita Falls, Texas JoHN F. RoBERTS Pilot Point, Texas

Lake Charles, Louisiana

Arkansas District

New Mexico District

HoLLAND LoNDON

Little Rock, Arkansas R. S. R u sHING

Bentonville, Arkansas

G. M. AKIN

B. F. HARRIS Roswell, New Mexico E. L. AsKINs Artesia , New Mexico

Dallas District San Antonio District

I. C. MATHIS Tyler, Texas K. S. WHITE Kilgore, Texas

J. C. HENSON

San Antonio, Texas 0. F. HATFIELD San Antonio, Texas

Eastern Oklahoma District

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Western Oklahoma District

A. CARTER

Okmulgee, Oklahoma H. W. BARLow, SEc. oF BoARD

Hominy, Oklahoma J. E. AYCOCK Bethany, Oklahoma E. Donn Tulsa, Oklahoma

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B.

MACRORY, PRES. OF BoARD

Bethany, Oklahoma J.

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SHORT

Bethany, Oklahoma H. L. SHORT

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma E. A. GREEN El Reno, Oklahoma A. I. RICE Bethany, Oklahoma

HALEY MESSER

Ada, Oklahoma E. D. SIMPSON Tulsa, Oklahoma

MIL TON SMITH

Alumni Association L.A. REED

Kansas City, Missouri

Norman, Oklahoma C. W. BURPO Guthrie, Oklahoma

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A. K.

BRACKEN~ M.A.~

President~s

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Message

FEW days ago, it was my privilege to read a very challenging statement. I found it in a book called Controlling Human Behavior,

and it was as follows: "The great essentials of happiness are something to do , something to love and something to look forward to." I would modify the statement a little. In the second essential, I would say " Someone to love" . "Something to do; someone to love; something to look forward to."

It seems to me that the field is abo ut covered. So my message through the 1937-38 Arrow would be: "Find something to do and prepare well for it" . It is a joy to have something to do. It is a tragedy to have nothing to do. "Someone to love".

Love God.

Love your families.

Love your

friends . If you prepare your hearts to love, no one can take the joy of loving away from you. "Something to look forward to". No child of God can be robbed of this essential. He looks forward to happ iness in something to do and

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someone to love, and to the enjoyment of God and Heaven in the end.

A. K.

BRACKEN

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Bus iness Manager B. M. HALL~ A. B.

Message FroiD the Business Offiee

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progress of Bethany-Peniel College, so evidently written on the

pages of her history, has resulted from an unwavering faith of a progressive, cooperative, sacrificing constituency that believes in Christian educa tion as promoted here. True loyalty and unbiased cooperation of the student body of the past years has also contributed greatly in the progressive building of a greater college. The contributions to the welfare of the college- whether of material or mental or spiritual naturehave all had a part in the expansion and progress of the institution, and prompt me to acKnowledge fully and in all sincerity my deepest gratitude and profoundest appreciation. With the record of the past, a progressive spirit dominating our entire people at the present, and the well-founded faith in the future, we have just cause to anticipate continued expansion and ever-broadening service of Bethany-PenieL

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FRED FLOYD, M. A., B. D. Dean of Men, History

MRS. A. K. BRACKEN, M.A. Dean of Women, Education, Botany

WILLIS B. DossoN, M. A. Registrar, English

The Ad1ninistration Probably no one factor, in the entire history of Bethany-Peniel College, has contributed more to its success than the quality of leadership that has continually been embodied in her faculty. In the final analysis, it is the standards set and maintained hy the leaders of any group that are reflected in the hopes and ambitions of the followers . Scholastic attainment alone could not give one the right to a responsible position as moulder of ideals of Nazarene youth. The DR. C. A. McCoNNELL, A. B., Th. D. Dean Emeritus of Religious Education

LEwis T. CoRLETT, A. B. Dean of Religious Educaliun

DELBERT R. G:sH , M.A. Philosophy, German

KENNETH A. RICE, M. S. Mathematics, Physics

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WALTER

J.

HI LDIE ,

B.

Mus.

Piano GERTRUDE TAYLOR, M.A.

Speech, English ALLINE SwANN ,

B.

Mus .

Theory of Music, Piano

daily example of God-fearing Christian living, which is constantly before the eyes of young people, is of far greater importance to the future of the church and nation than any other consideration. What is more uplifting and inspiring to noble yohth, than the example of high Christian character, set before these young people by those in authority over them? Good character is human nature in its best form. It is moral order embodied in the individual. Men of character are not only the conscience of society, hut in every well-governed state they are its best motive powers; for it is moral qualities which, BETTY T. HILDIE , A .

B.

Voice

MENDELL TAYLOR, M. A.

History, Philosophy MRS. B. M. HALL, A .

B.

Librarian MIN NIE HARMS, M. A . Modern Languages

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ELMER STAHLY,

A. B.,

TH.

B.

Mathematics NovELLE BussEY,

B. A., M.A.

English RuTH LANG,

A. B.

Piano

in the main, rule the world. As an expression from the student-body, let me simply state that we appreciate sincerely the moral qualities exemplified in our faculty. These qualities are reflected in the conscience of every student. The ideal of combining the necessary spiritual standards of grace with high achievement in scholarship is exactly what BethanyPeniel College has achieved. Our faculty consists of a group of men and women who have a balanced philosophy of life. --VERNON SNOWBARGER FLORENCE LuNDY,

A.

B.

Secretary to the Business Manager

THELMA ISAACS HARPER

Violin EsTHER

G.

CoRLETT

Matron

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PRESIDENT O:F THE STUDENT COUNCIL As president of the student council, Dallas Baggett h as shown his constant desire to lead the student-body to clean, wholesome activities, which would promulgate the motto of our school, " Character, Culture, and Christ." Baggett is a loyal student, a true friend, a considerate "dorm pop," a good sport, and a devoted Christian.

EDITOR OF THE ARROW Paul Gray is one of the most highly esteemed students on the campus. His high ideals and noble Christian character bespeak for him a very useful future. His work on the Arrow for 1938 is deeply appreciated by the student-body, and this book will hold the more happy memories in days to come, because of the delightful memory of its editor.

EDITOR OF THE REVEILLE ECHO The bi-weekly news publication of the college has been very efficiently edited, in the past yea r, by Glenn Hicks. It has been said, "He alone has lost the art to live who cannot win new friends." Glenn is a friend to everyone, and b y his keen mind, his happ y smile, and many courtesies and kindnesses, he is ever making new friends. He has learned " the art to live."

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SENIORS Seniors are recognized as unusually versatile- excellently sponsored-presented "Lady Windemere's Fan"- champions in basket hall, volley ball, softball-rabbit supper at Camp l one-annual trip to Grand Canyon- class dinner at Y. W . C. A.- largest graduating class-highest percentage of bachelors.

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IRENE HILL,

B. F.

LETHA STAHLY,

A. '

B. F.

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Jones, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

Major-Public School Music

Major- Voice

Realizes the seriousness of life- meets prob路 lems with a smile- a close friend of "Calla's."

Won a ho st of fri end s through s in ging- very dependable--co ngenial.

Secretary of Senior Class, ARROW Staff, Women's Gospel Team, Beta Delta Rho, Senior Play.

Vi ce-president of Senior Class, Women's Glee Club, Women's Qua rtet, College Choir, A Cappella Choir, Senior Play.

ALTON ATTEBERRY, A .

B.

:Minneapolis, Minnesota

Major- English Capabl e prexy- loves nature- is affecte d by sprin g- a bright prospect as a teacher- an admirer of Prof. Gish. Presid ent Se ni or Class, Coll ege Quartet, REVEILLE ECHO S taff, Softball, Tennis, A Ca ppell a Choir, Men's Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Senior Play, Gamma Delta Rh o.

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HELE N McSHANE, A. B. Colorado Springs, Colorad o

A. B. Bethan y, Oklah oma

RoBERTA BERRY,

Majo r- Fren ch

Major- French

Effi cient in th e registrar's o!fice- always ha s a chee rful altitu de--a good French stud ent - a loyal Sen ior.

J ndividual istic- a n inte restin g conversational路 ist- is frank in explainin g perso nal views.

Seni or Play, Alpha Delta Rho, French Cl ub .

Sec retary of Stud ent Co uncil , Vice-President of Women's Glee Clu b, Mixed Chor us, Orches路 Ira, Ba nd.

A. B. Bentonville, Arkansas

DALLAS B AGGETT,

Major- History Pleasin g ori gi nalit y- a good sense of humor - loyalty to native Arkansas- bright future in the ministry- deep devotion to God and church. President of S tudent Co uncil, Preceptor of Men's dormitory, Go spel Team , Mini sterial Association, Basketball, Softball, T enni s.

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PAUL GRAY, TH.

B.

MARK

Vilonia, Arkansas

R.

MooRE, TH.

B.

Dallas, Texas

Major--Religious Education

Major- Religious Education

T ypi cal "A rkan sawan"- 路a preacher of notea good student-always sincere in effort s and attitudes.

Interestin g " Prof."- liked by everyone- sincerity a marked quality-optimistic. Ministerial Associa tion, Senior Play, Gamma Delta Rho, Basketball, Softball, Men's Gospel Team .

Ed itor of ARROW , Men's Gospe l Tea m, Mi nisterial Association, Alpha Delta Rho.

CLARICE PYLES,

A. B.

Pavo, Geor gia

Major-His tory Georgia lassie with a sunny disposition- an outstanding student-a firm believer in Mark. Associate Edi tor of ARROW, Women's Gospel Team, Beta Delta Rho.

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TH. B. Cushing, Oklahoma

A. B. Kansas City, Missouri

HAROLD MoRRIS,

OscAR FERG USO N REED,

Major- History

Major- R eligious Education

"Fergy", a man equal to any occas ion- phi loso ph ical in altitud es- an int elli gent conver路 sationali st- - has loft y ambitions.

Sincere Chri stian ge ntleman- a very successful dorm " P op"- enj oys a hearty lau gh- a goo d st udent and an asset to any college.

Lettermen's Club, Seni or Play, Choral Speak路 in g Club, Men's Gospel Team, Mini sterial Association, . 1en's Gl ee Cl ub, All-School Basketball, Baseball , Tenn is, Tra ck, REVEILLE ECHO Staff.

Student Council, Preceptor of Men's Annex, Vice-Pres ident of Beta Delta R ho, Vice-President of Men 's Gospel Team , Mini sterial Assoc iation , All -School Softball Team , Tennis, Basketball , Lettermen's Club, ARROW S taff.

A. B. Collinsville, Texas

biA GILMORE,

Major- Mathematics Rese rved- unass umin g- a fri end to all- interested in the welfare of others. Senior Play, Pres ident Women's "B" Club, Tenn is Doubles Winn er, Volley Ball Team, T reasurer Senior Class, Pres ident Bud Robinso n Council.

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VERNON SNOWBARGER,

A. B. Frederick, Oklahoma

A. B.

OLIVER NEWSOM,

Sylvia, Kansas

Major-Mathematics, History

Major- Speech

True gentleman- an excellent student- cooperative in efforts--considers the opinions of others_

Devoted to Christian service- conscientioushas time for athletic and social activities.

Men's Glee Club, Men's Quartet, Senior Play, College Choir, A Cappella Choir, Softball, Basketball, President Beta Delta Rho, ARROW staff, Men's Gospel Team, Track and Tennis.

Beta Delta Rho, Gospel Team, Ministerial Association, President Prayer and Fasting League, Softball, Track, Tennis, Senior Play, All-School Basketball.

ESTHER ERDMANN,

A. B.

Sayre, Oklahoma

Major-History Athletic- progressive- creative- an chairman for programs.

excellent

Senior Play, "B" Club, Women's Glee Club, Alpha Delta Rho_

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FoRREST

NAsH, TH . B.

TH. B. Portales, New Mexico

ALFRED MI NYA RD,

Winfield, Kansas

Major- - Religious Education

Jlll ajar- Religious Education

Indu strious- a very devoted Chri stian- attacks probl ems with enthu siasm- a n accompl ished corneti st.

路路A I" indivi d ualisti c in views- a clever chap that always has an appropriate an swer- a good preacher.

REVEILLE ECHO S taff, Mixed Choru s, Gl ee Club , Alpha Delta Rh o.

ARROW Sta ff, Me n's Gospel Tea m, Ministerial Associa tion, Gamma Delta Rho.

E UPLE KEETO N,

A. B.

Bynum, Texas

Major- His tory Goo d cook- w ell-poised- has lofty idealsunasserti ve. Beta Delta Rho, Gospel Team.

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KATHERINE JERNIGAN,

A. B.

A. B. Bethany, Oklahoma

KITTlE MAE STOCKETT,

Bethany, Oklahoma Major-English Good news-hound-always gent in every activity.

Major-Mathematics

dependable- dili-

Conservative- an admirer of Mrs. Brackencompetent news reporter-a promising teacher.

REVEILLE ECHO Staff, Gamma Delta Rho.

Senior Play, REVEILLE ECHO Staff, Gamma Delta Rho.

A. B. Bethany, Oklahoma

MAURICE GATES,

Major- History Energetic-always spreads sunshine with a smile- a close friend of "Johnny" Johnson'san athlete of ability. President Alpha Delta Rho, Lettermen's Club, Tennis, All-School Basketball Team, AllSchool Softball Team, Senior Play.

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ARCHEL

MEREDITH,

TH.

B., Brunswick, Missouri

B.

WENDELL MoRTIMEYER, A.

Roswell, New Mexico

TH.

B.

Major-History, Religious Education

Major- Religious Education Deserving lad from the sands of the Westscatters sunshine wherever he goes. Beta Delta Rho, Men's Gospel Team, Minis路 terial Associat io n.

Unique character- has sensible view of lifeis tru e in servi ce to Christ-droll wit always creates a laugh. Band, Orchestra, M in isterial Assoc iation, AI路 pha Delta Rho, Senior Play, Men's Gospel Team, ARROW Staff, Glee Club.

MARY LE E GARLAND, A.

B.

Clarendon, Texas

Major- History A promi sin g school " marm"- sparklin g p er路 sonality- effi cient stud ent- a devoted Chris路 ti an. Gam ma Delta Rho, Senior Play, Women's Gospel Team.

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TH. B. Ada, Oklahoma

LEWIS INGLE, A. B. Shreveport, Louisiana

GLEN }ONES,

Major- History

Major- Religious Education

Effi cient athletic director- quiet, unassuming -commendable for serious attitude toward life.

Rollicking good humor is captivating- a suc路 cessful pastor- a natural successor to hi s father "Lum"- a loyal fri end.

Beta Delta Rho, Gospel Team, Director of athletics.

Senior Play, President Alpha Delta Rho, Soft路 ball, Basketball, Men's Glee Club, Ministerial Association, Men's Gospel Team, ARROW Staff.

A. B. Bynum, Texas

FLORIE KEETON,

M ajar-English Kind and considerate- an impli cit faith in God- sincere in motives for life. Alpha Delta Rho, Gospel Team.

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CAROL SPELL

EsTHER CRooKs BuNDY, B. F. A.

GrsH, B. F. A.

Bethany, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

Major-Public School Music

Major-Public School Music

Extremely studi ous, well -poised- earnest in all things- a devoted wife- good teacher and successful director of plays.

An outstanding personality- makes fri end s wherever fate leads - a sunny disposition easily wins admiration and respect. Senior Play, Beta Delta Rho.

A. B. Bethany, Oklahoma

DwAYNE HILDIE,

Major-Philosophy Son of Prof. Hildie- a goo d student of philos路 ophy- uncanny wit always receives a pleasing response. Softball, Tennis, Basketball, Glee Club, Band, Orchestra.

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A. B. Eldorado, Arkansas

CATHRIN FRANCIS,

FRANCES WISLER,

B.

F.

A.

Bethany, Oklahoma

Major-Mathematics

Major- Expression

With her, silence is golden- says little, but think s much- has an appreciation for th e finer things in life.

A petite lassie, who always makes on e ap路 preci ate her presen ce---1l utstandin g in dramatic ability- a good news reporter .

Gospel Team, Basketball , Gamma Delta Rho.

Gamma Delta Rho, Women's Gospel Team , Glee Club.

A. B. Bethany, Oklahoma

MARV IN J oHNSON,

Major- History Littl e of stature, but has those qualities that make a bi g man- jovial-enjoys life. President " B" Club, All-School Basketball Team, All-School Softball Team, Runner-up in Tennis.

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A. B. Neodesha, Kansas

PAUL FAUSS, A. B. Bethany, Oklahoma

Major-Mathematics

Major- Mathematics

Sensi bl e - frank - a promising mathematics professo r- a nat ive so n of Kansas who is loyal to heritage.

Good sport--owns a handy car- quiet and re路 served - speaks few words, but makes them cou nt.

Men's Gospel Team, Alpha Delta Rho.

Seni or Play, Alpha Delta Rho.

OscAR BALL,

BERTHA MoRSE , TH.

B.

Bethan y, Oklahoma Ma jor-Religious Education Beautiful Christ ian character- has a deep concern for co nsecrat ion and useful ness to to God- a promi sin g prea cher. Beta Delta Rho, Women's Gospel Team.

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B. F. A. Jasper, Alabama

TH. B. Bethany, Oklahoma

GERVAYSE CooNER,

LEONARD STOVER,

Major- Public School Music Contagious optimism - vivacious路- enjoys laugh, yet has a serious side.

Major- Religious Education a

Alpha Delta Rho , Women's Gospel Team, Senior Play.

Industrious student- interested in work of God's kingdom- sympathetic toward othersa kind, understanding friend.

WILLO MAY CALLAWAY,

B. F. A.

Waco, Texas

Major-Piano Versatil e pianist- a lover of mu sic- a possessor of the fin er qualities of good character. Beta Delta Rho, President of Women's Glee Cl ub, Mixed Chorus, Women's Quartet, A Cappella Cho ir, Student Cou ncil First Semester, Senior Play_

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PAUL

RI~E~

President

JUNIORS The Junior Class was anything but dead this year. Presented "The Enemy"-breakfast at Lake Overholser-dinner at the Y. M. C. A. Club House-good major office representation-host to Seniors at banquet- good athletes-women 's tennis championship- includes fewest number of boys.

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PAUL

RICE

R uTH HALL

Bethany, Oklahoma

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Optimistic- Affable

Petite- Demure

Alpha Delta Rho, President of Junior Class, Softball, BasketbalL

Gamma Delta Rho, Secretary of Junior Class, Junior Play, Vice-President of Women 's Council, Gospel Team.

MARY LOUISE THOMPSON

El Reno, Oklahoma

Devout- Good Beta Delta Rho, Prayer and Fasting League.

MILFORD

SoDowsKY

Blackwell, Oklahoma

Aggressive -

Obliging

Beta Delta Rho, J unior Play, Orchestra, Band, College Choir, Basketball, SoftbalL

FRED PATZEL

ETHEL McA N INCH

Wi chita Fall s, Texas

Dallas, Texas

Bethany, Oklahoma

Blackwell, Oklahoma

Analyzing- Prompt

Collegiate-Sterling

Capable- Zealous

T aciturn- 8 usy

Alpha Delta Rho, College Choir, Gospel Team.

Beta Delta Rho, Editor of R EVE ILL E ECHO, Softball, Junior Play.

Alpha Delta Rho, Gospel Team, Ministerial Association.

Alpha Delta Rho, Gospel Team, " B" Club College Choir.

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FRANCIS WAGES

EDNA PHILLIPS

SPURGEON LYNN

Lms TowNE

Bethany, Oklahoma

Colorado Springs, Colo.

Big Springs, Texas

Orlando, Florida

Buoyant- Brisk

Industrious- Communicative

Resolute- Conscientious

Secretary Beta Delta Rho, Gospel Team, ARROW Staff, Choral Speaking.

Gamma Delta Rho, Gospel Team, Glee Club, Softball, Ministerial Association.

Beta Delta Rho, Glee Club, Gospel Team.

CLAUDE CHILTON

HARRIETTE BAILEY

FRANKLIN KEESEE

Grand Saline, Texas

Birmingham, Alabama

Bethany, Oklahoma

Ropesville, Texas

Pleasant- ÂŁ nergetic

Dynamic- Loyal

] ocose- Ej jervescent

Careful- Conservative

Alpha Delta Rho, Gospel Team, Band, Orchestra, REVEILLE ECHO Staff, Softball, Basketball, Junior Play.

Alpha Delta Rho, J unior Play, Debate, Choral Speaking.

Beta Delta Rho, Gospel Team, Prayer and F a s t i n g, Basketball, Softball.

LoRENE GRANT

Alpha Delta Rho .

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H ELE N LARSON

LOUIS PEROT

Bethany, Oklahoma

Wichita, Kan sas

Omaha, Nebraska

Converse, Lo ui siana

V ersatile- Paronomastic

Generous- Felicitous

Ta citurn- Neat

Dependable- SteadY'

Secretary of Gamma Delta Rho , Vi ce-President of Women's Gospel T eam, Women's Counc il, Glee Club, Basketball, "B" Club.

Secreta ry of Ga mma Delta Rho, Vice-President of Women's Go spel Tea m, French Clu b.

Alpha Delta Rho, Gospel Team, Ministerial Association.

CHARLES SM ITH

Alpha Delta Rho, Vicepr es i d e n t Student Council, ARROW Staff, R E V E ILL E ECHO Staff, " B" Club, J unior Play, Ch oral Speakin g, Softbal L

GLADYS

WILLIAMS

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H. SPENCER, ]R. Dallas, Texas

L uc EN A D EGROODT

A NNA MAE GROSEC LOSE

Bethany, Oklahoma

Hobart, Oklahoma

Composed- Companionable

R eticent- Thoughtful

Facetious- Apposite

Gamma Delta Rho, Prayer and Fasting Lea gue.

Beta Delta Rho, President Men's Gospel Team, Ministerial Association, Glee Club.

Gamma Delta Rho.

Vmc i NIA GROFF

Iberia, Misso uri

Punctilious- Sagacious Beta Delta Rho, Prayer and Fasting League, Gospel Team, Missionary Band .

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ERNEST ORTON

~1ARGARET BRACK E N

PA U LINE NEELY

Oklahoma City, Okla.

Altu s, Oklahoma

Ada, Oklahoma

Elgin, Illinois

Thoughtful- Earnest

Winsome-Jolly

Individual- Happy

Congenial- Plausible

Beta Delta Rho, Mini sterial Association.

Beta Delta Rho , Gospel Team.

MILDRED NEELy

ALDIHDGE

Vice-Presid ent of Alpha Delta Rho, Junior Play, Gl ee Club, '" B" Club, Student Council, Softball, Basketball.

E ss E NEELY

ALE N E WELCH

Ada, Oklahoma

Wellington, Texas

Ada, Oklahoma

Mountain Vi EW, o:- la.

Intelligent- Gay

Punctual- Busy

Frank- Bantering

Reserved- Amiable

Alpha Delta Rho.

R Ay

Alpha Delta Rho.

Ru sS ELL A N DERSON

Gamma Delta Rho, Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting Leagu e. Ministerial Associat ion

Gamma Delta Rho.

Alpha Delta Rho, Gospel Team.

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RoY RAY

JoA N MANGU M

RoY PoOLE

MARY MILLER

Raton , New Mexico

Nampa, Idaho

Hollis, Oklahoma

Trinidad, Colorado

Courteous- Willing

Intriguing- S cintillant

Deliberate- Assiduous

Beta Delta Rho, Gospel Team, ARROW Staff, 1unior Play, French Club.

Gamma Delta Rho, President Women's Athletic Association, Glee Club, A Cappella, Women's Quartet, 1unior Play, Gospel Team, College C h o i r, Tennis champion.

Beta Delta Rho, Softball, Men's Go s p e I Team.

Practical- Ready Beta Delta Rho.

E UN ICE PHILLIPS

MARJORIE BALES

RE NA MAE CowAN

DEUA L Woons

Colorado Springs, Colo.

Calumet, Oklahoma

Wi ster, Oklahoma

Tell, Texas

Vivacious- Talkative

R etiring- Scrupulous

Sincere- Diligent

Worthy- Placid

Gamma Delta Rho, Gospel T ea m, Women's Co u n c i I, Missionary Band.

Alpha Delta Rho, Gos路 pel Team, Softball.

Beta Delta Rho, President Women's Gospel Team, V i c e-President Women's Co un cil , Min路 i s t e r i a I Association, President Missionary Band.

Alpha Delta Rho.

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~E~IL MILLER~

President

SOPHOMORES Money-making activities- champion girl athletic teams-efficient class sponsor-trip to Horseshoe Lake-annual banquet-unexcelled class and school spirit-never on the bottom in activities.

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SOPHOMORES

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RUTH W IESE

BETTY LU NN

Arlingto n, Texas

Kansas City, Missouri

CECIL MILLER

Blackwell, Oklahoma

BoBBIE MERRILL

MARGARET WILLIS

Marshall, T exas

Amarillo, Texas

RAY FINGER

JAMES THR AS H ER

Dall as, Texas

Albany, Kentu cky

L OU ISE CARTER

MYRTLE WRIBORG

Okmulgee, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

JA MES R oBE RT S

Gary, Ind iana

FRA N K HARRIS

Bethany, Oklahoma

Joy EA GAN

HARRIETTE CHILDRESS

Bethany, Ok lahoma

Foll ette, Texas

ELBERT LAGEN S KE

Holland , Texas

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BoYD HA NCOCK

Co nway, Arkan sas

WILMEII LAMBERT

Cheyenne, Wyoming

VEVA TATE HARRIS

MARTHA Lo u HoLLIDAY

Bethany, Oklahoma

Henryetta, Oklahoma

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46


OPHELIA BRISCOE

BYRDELL BISH OP

Tucumcari, New Mexico

Dalhart, Texas

WILLis LAMBERT

Cheyenne, Wyoming

HAROLD HoYT

Wellin gto n, Kansas

CA TH EH I NE 5TH ICKLA N D

FLOHE N CE RH ODES

Nashville, T en nessee

Hale Center, Texas

E u GE N E An N OLD

Bethan y, Oklahoma

W ES LEY C IUST

Sherman, Texa s

ELIZABETH STA HNES

ELLA MAY S T UHGEON

Muskogee, Oklahoma

Bethan y, Oklahoma

D ONALD CAI NE

Lin coln, Neb raska

CHAHLES BOYER

Neod esha, Kan sas

FLOHRIE WHEELER

FAIRIE B ALES

Marshall , Texas

Calumet, Oklahoma

J. c.

LAMBDIN

Bethany, Oklahoma

HENHY CHAWFOilD

Bethany, Oklahoma

PA ULI ' E CoLLIN S

L u cY LITTHELL

Capitan, New Mexico

Bethany, Oklahoma

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EuGENIA

WEsT

Jasper, Alabama

HowARD ScROGGS

Cherokee, Oklahoma

Shreveport, Louisiana

R AYMON D HANTLA

1\'I eade, Kan sas

CLARA SCHIFFNER

CHLOE NELSON

Alva, Oklahoma

Pocasset, Oklahoma

CARL NEWSOM

Frederick , Oklahoma

B AZ IL HIGHLEY

Melrose, New Mexico

MARGARET 0HS FELDT

MYRTLE CA UG H EY

Houston, Texas

Battle Creek, Iowa

JoE YARBHOUGH

Bethany, Oklahoma

PA u L CoR LETT

Bethany, Okl ahoma

BILLIE BR OWNSON

fRANCES D AVIS

Lincoln, Nebraska

Kansas City, Missou ri

EuGENE GRAVES

Shreveport, Louisiana

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GENEVA I NG LE

C HESTER Ro BINSON

La]unta, Colorado

I oN A PI CK ENS

ATHA J oRDAN

Bethany, Oklahoma

Fa irfax, Okl ahoma

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D o noTHY GHEEN

El Reno, Oklahoma

DA VID CORLETT

BR UCE EwERS

Kan sas City, Misso uri

Atlanta, Nebraska

VALDA MAE WADDLE

Dallas, Te xas

AvALEEN

MuRPHREE

Hamlin, Texas

PA U LI NE MILLEH

Blackwell , Oklahoma

HELENE BoRREL

Marksville, Louisiana

MARY SMITH

Bethany, Oklahoma

DA N IEL

Y AHBROUGH

Bethany, Oklahoma

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MEN' S DORMITORY

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WILLIAM FISHER., President

FRESHMEN The Freshman Class this year is marked with unusual talentmusicians-debaters-good organization-hay ride to the Lakeclass dinner at Y. W. C. A.-major representation in Departmental

Pl ay, "C eci路1路Ia " .

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FRESHMEN

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William Fisher Blackwell, Oklahoma

Marjorie Crooks Topeka, Kansas

Aleta McShane Colorado Sp rings, Colorado

Martha Ruth Smith Little Rock, A rkansas

Sadie Vaugha n Lake A rthur, Louisiana Della Shaw Stillwater, Oklahoma

Evelyn Ester Peck, Kansas

Estelle Pearce Johnson, Kansas

Mary Loui se Pummi ll Newton, Kansas

Loui se Clifford Tupelo, Oklahoma

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Trma Mae Patterson Abernathy, T exas

Clast ine McBee Fowler, Colorado

He rbert Hicks Dallas, Texas

Orval Minor Bethany, Oklahoma

Clyde Owensby !Vliami, Florida

Joy W hitlock Hillsboro, Texas Dee P lymate Bethany, Oklahoma

Bert ie Lee Roebuck Tyler, Texas

John E. Roberts Pilot Point, Texas

Raymond Leopard Bethany, Oklahoma

Mary Ella Weaver Dallas, Texas

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52


Florence Ray Raton, New Mexico

Kenneth Franklin Hominy, Oklahoma

Audrey Edwards Ma rksville, Louisiana

Ila Mae Joines Caddo, Oklahoma

Hoyle Thomas Charlotte, North Carolina

Beulah Mae P ope Tyler, Texas

Hazel M . Parker Little Rock, A rkansas

Bess ie Lee Orlando, Oklahoma

Nannie Jo Graham Bonham, Texas

Beulah Mae Cornwell Osborne, Kansas

Lois Yarbrough Bethany, Oklahoma

Kathryn Morris Ballinger, Texas

Kathleen McLa in Bethany, Oklahoma

Billy Greathouse ] ackson, Tennessee

Richard F . Fain Lead Hill, Arkansas

Ruby Martz Knowles, Oklahoma

Lee P lymate Bethany, Oklahoma

Francine Joh nson Dallas, Texas

Edward Hugh Gilbert Hollis, Oklahoma

Joe McGraw Temple, Texas

Ca rl eton Loui se Keeton Bynum, Texas

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FRESHMEN


Shirley Dugger Carthage, Missouri

J. L. Lawrence If/ ellington, Texas

Helen Broadwell Roscoe, Texas

Charlie Mae J ohn son Konawa, Oklahoma

J essie Collins Capitan, New Mexico

Margaret Miller Coffeyville, Kansas

Royce Thomaso n Frederick, Oklahoma

Raman Chandler H ollene, New Mexico

Virginia Callaway If/ aco, Texas

Corene Colberg Lorraine, Kansas

Harold Hill Konawa, Oklahoma

C. Aubrey Isaacs

Jrene Schooley

Ponca City, Oklahoma

Cofjeyville, Kansas

Maxine Chase Herrington, Kansas

Lu cy Melvin San Bernardino, Calijornio

Tressie Ort ego Marksville, Louisiana

Beatrice Hinds Bethany, Oklahoma

Virginia Lee Bacchus No rth Little Rock, Arkansas

Jack Welty Electra., Texas

LaVerne Cates Atwood, Oklahoma

Rebecca Moores Bethany, Oklahoma

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54


Mary Louise Helms Hillsboro, Texas

Loui s McMahon Post, T exas

Lola Bagley Chillicothe, Texas

Helen Mayo Lake Charles, Louisiana

Syble Gri ssom Little Ro ck, Arkansas

Velma Walker Cushing, Oklahoma

Post, T exas

Lâ&#x20AC;˘HTeta Wood s Tell, Texas ] uanita Cook Tipto n, Oklahoma

Wilma Carter Ok mulgee, Oklahoma

Allen B. Miller Blackwell, Oklahoma

Nella Marie Bohlin g Bethany, Oklahoma Paul Moore Bethany, Oklahoma

Elizabeth Alleger Neodesha, Kansas

Gladys Lusk Vilonia, Arkansas

Marjorie Grim Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Delma Walker Cushing, Oklahoma

Ralph Carland Little Ro ck, Arkansas

J. C. Warrick

Robert Cory El R eno, Oklahoma

Cecil Crawford Beth any, Oklahoma

Doroth y Norvell Bethany, Oklahoma.

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FRESHMEN


Ruth Williams

Herman Parrish

Marvin Stockett

Topeka, Kansas

Bethany, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

Marjorie Wheeler

Marshall, Texas

Catherine Burkett

Esther Haynes

Faye Newsom

Cushing, Oklahoma

Edmond, Oklahoma

Frederick, Oklahoma

Gladys Williams

Margaret Osborne

Gertrude Holt

Jasper, Alabama

Dallas, Texas

Hiwasse, Arkansas

Eva .Mae Wilson

Erick, Oklahoma

Webb Garland

Inez .McMahon

Ralph Simpson

Good Night, Texas

Hillsboro, Texas

Vilonia, Arkansas

Bryan Wilkinson

Ruth .Mill igan

.Mary Miriam Cosby

Raymond Wilbanks

Grand Island, Nebraska

Searcy, Arkansas

Stanford, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Eloise .Meador

Willie W. Voigt

Daisy Spray

Bethany, Oklahoma

Red Rock, Texas

Dover, Oklahoma

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SPECIAL STUDENTS

SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS

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AN SEL G UNTER

Inten sive Ministerial Litt le R ock, Arkan sas BETTY

]EAN

KILLEBREW

Fine A rts Be than y, Oklahoma LE VEitT

'W EA VER

Intensive

Jlf i ni .~ t e rial

W ewo ka ,

Okl a h oma

l\ IABY ALI CE CA \' EN ER

Fine Arts Be th a n y,

HARIIY

Okl a h oma

MACIIOIIY

Fine Arts Beth a n y, Okl a ho ma VERA

PA U LI N E

BLACK

Fine Arts Beth a ny, Oklahoma

McLAt N Fine A rts Beth a n y, Oklah o ma

CAnnot, L

C AR l'>H :N HAYE

College S p ecial Sa n Ant o ni o, T e xa s

PA ULI NE \ V tLL IAMS

Fin e Arts Ja sper, Alabama

Lots

D r:NN Y

Fine Arts Neo des ha,

Kan sas

COI N A

l\路fAE

HOlii NSON

Fine A rts Be than y, Ok lah o ma L u ciLLE PICKEN S

F in e Arts Be than y, Oklah o ma

R UTH

TAYLOR

Fine Arts Be tha n y, Okl a h oma Runt CAROL Hu.DtE Fine Arts Be tha n y, Okla homa

Snm. Fono Fi n e Arts Be t lmn y, Okl a h oma V IOLET

" ' ooo

In t ensive Min isterial Sa n Ant oni o, T e xa s

V IR GI N IA TIDW E LL

Fine Arts Be th a n y, Oklah oma MILDBED S m: BIGGE RS Fine A rts Be th a n y, Oklah oma GER AJ.D I J'IO E

KEETON

Fine Arts B e~ h a n y,

Oklah o ma DoROT HY

RI DI NGs

Fine Arts Be than y. Okl a homa

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58


HoRACE

B LACKSHEAR

r; o/lege Special Be thany , Ok la homa WIN N IE

ALICE

BLACKSHEAU

Fine Arts Bethany, Oklah oma ANNIE

LAURA BLACKS HEAR

Fine Arts Bethany, Oklah oma SAD I E

B LACKSHEAR

l ntellsive Ministerial Bethany, Oklahoma

lREt"E HAYE S

Fine Arts Bet hany, Oklahoma WINN IE NE AL

I nt ensive Mini sterial Waldron , Ark ansas FAYE Jon••E s WAnniC K College Special P os t , T e xas VELMA

Jo

S1RATT

College Special H o t Springs, Arkansas

CHARLES

KJ NC

I ntensive Minist e rial St. Loui s, :Misso uri ] EAN

KI NG

I n tensive Ministerial S t. Louis , Mi sso uri HUBY CAUGHEY

Fine Arts Battle Creek, GLENN

Iowa BoUND S

Intensive Minist eria l Bethany, Oklahoma

l\<IJRIAM

SHORT

College Special Be tha ny, Oklah oma R UDENE HALL

Fin e Arts Be than y, Oklah oma J oHN

HuLc Y

Fres hman Blyth evill e, Arkansa s GUYON

YARBROUGH

Fine Arts He thany , Okl a homa

FREEMAN

PE A RSON

l ntensi·v e .M inisterial Be th any, Ok lah oma ANNA MAE

C I IOPLIN

Fin e Arts Be tluny , Ok la h oma .M ARGARET

LEWIS

Coll ege Special S t. Loui s, Mi sso uri l\'L\R GAnET Mc!\EI LLY

College Sp ecial Be th any , Oklahoma

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H ERM A N

MAYO

)uni.or Lak e Cha il es, Loui sia na Fti A NCES

LESLEY

Sophomo re

Hiwa sse, Arka nsas D EWK\"

J\lon cAN

l nte11 sive Ministerial

Go !J onn a. L oui s iana E u zAnETH R ocK

l unt:o r Mc Kinn ey, Texas

R UT H

l NG IUM

) nnior Wi c h i ta , Ka nsas L \l\t ES E ASON

F res hman Columbus,

Georgi<:

R u nY PoTEET

Fres hmnn R ota n, T exas PA U L

C H A PM AN

Ju nior Vi cksb urg, .M ic h igan

P oN DER

I

G I L LI L A ND

Fres hman Del hi , Okl a ho ma HE LEN

H EAlt N

F res hman ft1 c Kinn cy,

T exas

ED W A Ji l)

D E B OARD

Fre.s hm.an Ne wa rk , Ohi o L u c1LL E

BnA NSO N

Sop h omore

Bent onvill e, Arkansas

P EA nL MoRJti S } u n i.o r

Ha mlin , T e xa s PHILL I P joH NSON

Junio r Okl a homa C it y, Okl a h oma :M Ani E I'\'fcAHE Intensive Min iste rial Yuk o n , Okl a ho ma CLA U DE B ECK

F reslunan

Ma rshall , T exas

H AHO LD \'f,f AJ. KER

I nten sive Mi nis te rial Beaum ont , T ex as VJ OI.A M ARI E LA N HAM:

Fr esh man \Voo d ward , Oklah o ma O s v.u BoG AN :M c CoY F : eshman H a l le y, T exas AGN ES

l\ IEEK

C ollege Specia l Oran ge, T e xa s

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,"", ~路路~

]AcK M cCLUNe Jun io r Norman, Oklahoma LA UN JA Coo K

Freshman Ci sco, T e xas KYLE C nJ ST

Freshman S herman , T exas

H . 1\L CunTi s CoLlege Spe cial Tel ep ho ne, T exas

DWIGHT

1\路I EIIEG!T II

Sopl10more D e q u oi n , Kansas L EONA

Nl cCo NNELL

Coll ege Special Bc lhan y, Oklahoma l\'I YHN A

HAM JIIE H

Co lleg e S p ec ial Ma s on C it y, Iowa 1-IAHOLI)

Tl-IOl\IPSON

l nten.siv e Minis t.e rial Bl y ih cv ill c, Arka nsa s

BooEnT

SPEAII

Int en sive A1 1:nist crial B e thany , Ok~ahum a

Lo u Junior

i\ I A itY

THoH NTON

Tre nt o n , Texa s BAII BAIIA

H E t ZE II

F resh muu D e e r C r eek ,

O klah o ma

C n Al'OT

STOC KTON

So ph omore

Rock y Font, Colorad o

ART H UII

MEnltBIA~

Int e n sive Minis t t-:rial

Bern e, Indi ana Yvo NNE Rou!DEA Ux

Junior K ap la n ,

Loui siana fnEmA PEAnL F re sluuan

A s KEW

No rman , Oklahoma

T oM WnnE Freshman Al exandria , Loui siana

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STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council has filled its place as supervisor of student activities this year under the leadership of Dallas Baggett. It has advocated a wholesome class spirit, clean sports, a spiritual atmosphere, and a better understanding between the students and the administration. These objectives have been successfully realized.

DALLAS BAGGETT - - - President CHARLES SMITH -

- Vice-President

HELE N McSHANE

- Secretary

HAROLD MoRRIS - - - - Senior Representative WILLO MAE CALLAWAY Junior Representative First Semester RusSF:LL ANDERSON - - Junior R epresentative Second Semester BETTY

LUNN - - -

HERBERT HICKS -

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- Sophomore Representative - Freshman Representative

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present

to

you

this

book of memories- memories that shall become tender and mellow with the passage of time. If in future years you look at these pages with glowing animation, gales of laughter, or moist eyes, we shall be forever repaid for the grinding hours of toil we have spent on its compilation.

-The Editor

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Paul Gray - - - - - - - - - Editor-in-Chief Clari ce Pyles - - - - Associate Editor - Editorial Assistant Charl es Smith - Vernon Snowbarger - Editorial Assistant - Editorial Assistant Gl enn J ones - - - Wend ell Mortimeyer - - Senior Representati ve Edna Phillips - - Juni or Representati ve Betty Lunn - - Sophomore Representative - Freshman Represen tat ive Ralph Carland - - - - Fine Arts Editor Irene Hill - Bobbi e Merrill - - - - - - - - Activity Editor Francine J ohn so n - - - - - - Art Editor Al fred M inyard - - - - - - - Snapshot Editor Cecil iVIill er - - - - Assistant Snapshot Editor Harold Morri s - - - - - - - - Athl eti c Ed itor Milford Sodowsky - - - Assistan t Athl eti c Editor Roy Ray - - - - Calendar Edi tor J ack Welt y - - - - - - - - - Humor Editor Joe McGraw - - - - - - - Advertising Manager J ohn Roberts - - - - Adverti sing Manager Prof. Mend ell Taylor - Faculty Sponsor Prof. Willi s B. Dobso n - - - Faculty Advisor

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THE REVEILLE ECHO Gl enn Hi cks - - Cecil Miller - - Kittie Mae Stockett Margaret Mill et Oscar Reed - Gene Arnold - Claude Chilton - Ka therin e J erni gan J oa n Man gum - Charles Smi th - Forres t Nash - - - Alton A tteberry - - 路 Betty Lunn - - - Catherine Stri ckl and Clyde Owensby Willi s Lambert Gene Graves - Ruth Wei se - Valda Mae Waddle Willi s B. Dobson -

- - - - - Editor - Assistant Editor - - - Editori alist - - News Editor - - - - Featu re Editor - - - - Sports Ed itor -Assistant Sport s Ed itor Society Ed it or - - - - - Society Editor - - - - - - Column ist - - - - - Humor Ed itor - News Reporter - News Reporter - News Reporter - News Repo rter - Advertisin g Manager - Circulation Manager - - - - - - Typist - - - - - - T ypist - - - - F aculty Sponsor

During the past year THE REVEILLE ECHO has pre路 sented news of interest about the students, faculty members, and the college as an m stitution_ It has attempted to uphold the journalistic standards of a college newspaper and to represent in an Impartial manner all the different phases of student activities.

-Glenn Hicks

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ALPHA DELTA RHO The Alpha chapter of Delta Rho has fulfilled its duty as a literary society by presenting programs that were both educational and entertaining. The presidents for the past year have been Maurice Gates and Glen Jones.

BETA DELTA RHO A great deal of talent has enabled Beta chapter to make its programs original and informationaL The members pride themselves on work well done, and they are determined to win the cup . Vernon Snowbarger and JoeY arbrough have served the chapter as presidents.

GAMMA DELTA RHO The inspiration that Gamma chapter received by winning the cup last year has given it a new impetus to work, and it is striving to keep the cup this year. Its programs have encouraged intellectual and cultural development. Allen Miller and Hoyle Thomas have been excellent leaders.

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GOSPEL TEAMS The Men's and Women's Gospel Teams are permanent religious organizations of the school, which meet each Thursday evening for a period of praise and worship. The Gospel Teams are beneficial in broadening the spiritual life of the individual students as well as creating a better atmosphere in the schooL Eunice Phillips and H. Spencer have served well as presidents of the two teams this year.

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MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION

MISSIONARY GROUP

PRAYER AND FASTING LEAGUE

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THE AYCOCK LECTURES Again the Aycock Lectures series have left a profound impression on the character of the student-body of Bethany-Peniel College. From no other occasion is derived the inspiration that comes from these lectures. They are anticipated from year to year with added interest. The student-body desires to express its sincere appreciation to Rev. Janette E. Aycock, the originator of the lectures, to Rev. I. C. Mathis, to Rev. Mack Anderson, to Rev. Holland London, and to Rev. D. Shelby Corlett, D.D., for providing these lectures once each semester. The fall lectures were delivered by Rev. C. Warren Jones, D.D., Secretary of Foreign Missions of the Church of the Nazarene. In the chapel services Rev. Mr. Jones treated the qualifications for meeting the issues of life. Each afternoon he spoke to the ministerial group on the Dr. C. Warren Jones preparation needed for a pastor and on the keys of success for pastors and evangelists. Out of yea rs of practical experience as a pastor and as Superintendent of the Pittsburgh District of the Church of the Nazarene, he gave information and counsel of utmost value to all who are engaged in Chri[tian work. The second-semester lectures were given by the Rev. C. B. Strang, Pastor of the First Church of the Nazarene, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For the theme of his lectures in the chapel services he chose "Life Situations of Jesus and How He Met Them," and developed it in a scholarly and memora ble way. In his messages to the ministerial group he stressed life-situation preaching. "Meet the needs of your people," he urged. His sincerity and straight-forwardness, hi s words of wisdom, were appreciated by all of his hearers.

Rev. C. B. Strang

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REVIVALS Bethany-Peniel College Administration_ and students enjoyed the opportunity of contributing and cooperating in two revival campaigns with the local church during the 1937-38 school year. Spiritual establishment, religious zeal, and Christian ethics were predominant in every activity of the revivals. To the institution the revivals brought a better appreciation for the kingdom of God, the plan of salvation, and the privilege of Christian service. The campaigns assisted in the maintaining of a spiritual status in the college consistent with the religious traditions and program of the Church of

Rev. H. B. Macrory

the Nazarene.

The fall revival was conducted by Rev. H. D. Macrory, pastor-evangelist. Mr. Brance Edwards directed the music and sang under the anointing of the Lord. Rev. Mr. Macrory consistently delivered stirring and inspiring messages that resulted in many individuals receiving definite spiritual establishment. The Spring campaign brought a nation-famed evangelist, Rev. F. Lincicome of Gray, Indiana. He presented clear and original material with sincere religious facts. The influence of the revival was of unlimited value, for a large number were forward for prayer. Prof. Walter J. Hildie was in charge of the mUSI C.

Rev. F. Lincicome

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COLLEGE CHURCH

Brother G. B. Collins's gift of the organ is a living testimony of his unselfish

and

untiring

devotion to th e kingdom of Chri st.

Hammond Electric Organ, Gift of Brother G. B. Collins . to the Bethany Church of the Nazarene.

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F-i-n-e A-r-t-s


A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappella Choir is a group of selected voices from the Men's and Women's Glee Clubs. They have appeared on several programs this year. This is the first appearance of such a group on the campus, but will no doubt become one of the strong features of the Fine Arts Department. They are under the efficient leadership of Prof. Walter J. Hildie.

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FINE

ARTS


BRAHMS WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB

MEN'S GLEE CLUB

MOZART WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB

THE MIXED CHORUS

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ARTS

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QUARTET

Jam es Thrasher

H. H. Spencer

Eugene Graves

J ack

~cClung

By representing the school throughout the educational zone during the summer and by appearing on many programs during the school year, the quartets have filled a very valuable place in the activities of Bethany Peniel College. There are three men's quartets (one of which is not shown here) and one women's quartet. The quartet not shown in the pictures was composed of Raymond Leopard, Vernon Snowbarger, Alton Atteberry, and Oscar Reed.

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Letha Stahly

J oan Mangum

Willo Mae Callaway

Coina Mae Robinson

QUARTETS

Allen Miller

F orrest Nash

Cecil Miller

William Fisher

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FINE

ARTS


COLLEGE ORCHESTRA This year the orchestra has appeared on several miscellaneous programs, under the baton of Mrs. Alline Swann. This group also accompanied the Bethany High School operetta, "Gypsy Rover". The big event of the year was its annual concert, April 29. A program of nationally known music was presented. The piano soloist for the orchestra on this occasion was Miss Ruth Lang, one of the instructors of the Fine Arts Department. She played the "Third Movement of Mozart's E-flat Concerto" with orchestral accompaniment. This number was an arrangement by Mrs. Swann.

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DEBATE This year eleven debate teams have entered in four forensic tournaments and successfully represented our college in forty-nine debates. Seven of this season's teams are freshman groups, and this indicates that there are prospects for more fine teams next year.

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ARTS


CHORAL SPEAKING The aims of the Choral Speaking Group have been to stimulate a love for literature and to enable all students to interpret the printed page better by group participation.

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Faith, Hope, and Charity . . . Bell hop . . . Fresh-air taxi Frankenstein . . . Contest's best Louisiana gal . . . B. M's . . . That feminine touch . Hunter, spare that rag . . . Lifers . . . Delbert, No. 2 . . . We're playing horsey

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F resh paint .. . Pioneer . . . Old maids . . . Editor and group Kiss me quick . . . Sweethearts . . . Ahoy there . . . Lad y Esther . .. More h ot dogs Edmond's P as tor . . . The immortal dreamer .. . Head high .. . Flop-eared mnle T h orn am ong the r oses . .. P . J. .. . Loafer s . .. Ye old purple shirt Blessed be the ties that b ow . . . Grinn ers . . . Fr :nch Department Head . . . Publicity stunt

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~ Brotherly love .. . Courtesy, H azel's Beauty Shop . . Tea~h er 's pets The J oneses . . . Prohibitionist . . . Blow- out . . . Lum's little boy . . . Three of a kind Sch oolboy scr ap . . . Witch of Endor .. . Angler .. . Beans . . . F reshies Sen orita .. . College runt . . . Wives of tomorrow

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Most Valuable Girl

HELEN MeSDANE

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Most Valuable Bo,. .

PAUL GRAY

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Favorites DALLAS BAGGETT- characterized by sincere and forceful preaching--a capabl e and efficient leader among th e students- a helpful and sympathetic fri end to alla unique personality spi ced with Arkansas wit-seems to charm the ladi es- to know him is to love him.

BETTY LuNN- the personification of all the feminine qualities-sensibl e and genteel in manner- loves to play pranks, but screams at the sight of mice and bu gs- a good Christian- con siderate of others.

GLENN HicKs- unass uming, but confident-an editor of marked ability- has made himself many frie nds, amon g them, Dan Cupid- withal a sincere Christian and a valuable fri e nd.

CLARI CE PYLES- an energe tic and loyal senior-manager of an extraordinary I. Q.- always bu sy, but takes time to scatter flow ers-has great respect for Mrs. Bracken -- dee ply reli giou s- bl essed with abundance of ideasplans to teach school a year or two.

F o RREST N ASH- is ma ster of a lively trumpet- creator of " Ka mpu s Karacters"- sin gs well a nd has good pro;pecls as a preacher-i s an argumentative philoso pher and a bachelor of note.

E uN ICE P HILLIPS- an admirer of th e matron- always ha s time to tell a good j oke- respected for her un路 waverin g con victions- a leader in all spiri t ual acti vi ti es -a loyal junior an ~! a cheerful fri end to everybody.

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Favorites WILLO MAE CALLAWAY- school's favorite accompanist - dainty in all her habits-lovable disposition-always willing to help a friend- a good student- has bright pro spect for successful musical career.

VER NON SNOWBARGER--reserved, but friendly-a student of distinction- neat in appearance- will he a successful teacher- a good soloist-heart is at Hutchinson- -an asset to any schooL

BoBBIE MERRJL- a favorite sophomore- very attractive - pleasing personality-a speaker of unusual ability-a noted debater- a careful student.

CHARLES SMITH- has natural talent as a public speaker - collects jokes for a hobby- a good toastmasterwrites "Chuck 's Wagging Tongue," and is a columnist in hi s own right- his originality and optimism win for him many friend s.

R uT H HALL-unpretentious and dainty as the flowers - is an anthologist and versifier- -a lover of nature and of pets--had the leading role in "The Enemy"a conscientious Chri stian and an ideal lady.

WILLIAM FISHER- a neat, clean-cut young gentleman-possesses great musical ability-a band director a s well as a good singer-always ready to take the initiative-knows how to sell tickets for a Senior Class play- has a prornising future.

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How do, gals . . . Home, Campus Products . . . Twiggy First class twerp . . . Picnic pigs . . . Peek-a-boo Hickey couple . . . Siamese twins . . Check my oil, too . . three-point wizard Old-fashioned . . . Frenchmen . . . Dobsonites . . . College orphanage . . . Toyland

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i\n old Georgia custom .. . We're the annex boys . . . Out in the cold . . . Stumped Spinsters . . . Chicken real . . . Bread line Chinese Ambassadors .. Stars and stripes forever Lewis .. Miss Erdmann .. Our pride Steeple路j acks . .. Soph. dictator . . . Shelby and Lewis . .. Off and on Kiddies . . . Forrest's Nash . . . Winter wonderland

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LETTERMEN'S CLUB This organization has served as a cooperative and regulative function in athletics, and its brief span of service has well justified its existence. It has promoted the sports that the student body as a whole have wanted. A valuable part of its work has been to elevate the standards of performance. Not the least of its contributions has been an adequate merit system, by which awards and recognitions are given to outstanding athletes. These awards are medals and letters. The receiving of these tokens makes one eligible for membership in the "B" club. The aim is toward the creation of a permanent tradition for Bethany-Peniel athletes.-D.R.G.

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ALL-SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM Sports fans crowded the gym to witness another basketball season. Surprises, spiced with thrills and spills, characterized the entire schedule. The celebrated octet named as "all-school" team were selected by a comittee of five, appointed by the Administrative Council. Smiles of approval sanctioned the selection of Maurice Gates, Russell Anderson, Marvin Johnson, Mark Moore, Oliver Newsom, Oscar Reed, Paul Rice, and Elbert Labenske as outstanding players of the season. Each player was awarded a letter-Gates and Anderson lettering for the third time; Moore, 1ohnson, Newsom, and Reed receiving their second "B"; Rice and Labenske's splendid record giving them their initial insignia.

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SENIORS - CHAMPIONS Oliver

Maurice

Newsom

Gates (F9rward)

(Center)

Harold

Oscar Reed

Morris (Guard)

(Center)

Vernon

Mark Moore

Snowbarger (Forward)

(Guard)

Marvin

Glen Jones (Guard)

Johnson (Forward)

STANDING Per cent Won Lost 2 .777 7

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SOPHOMORES- RUNNERS UP Bazil

Carl

Highley

Newsom (Forward

(Guard)

Chester

Elbert Labenske

Robinson

(Forward)

(Guard)

Henry

Eugene Arnold

Crawford (Center)

(Guard)

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Daniel

Cecil Miller

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Yarbrough

(Forward)

(Center)

STANDING Lost Per cent Won .555 4 5

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JUNIORS Paul

Claude Chilton

Rice (Guard)

(Forward)

Roy

Russell Anderson

Ray (Forward)

(Forward)

Paul

Milford Sodowsky

Chapman (Guard)

(Guard)

Frank

Charles Smith (Center)

Keesee (Center)

STANDING Per cent Lost Won .333 6 3

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FRESHMEN Herman

Webb Garland

Parrish

(Forward)

Bryan

(Center)

Edward

Wilkinson

Gilbert

(Forward)

Cecil

(Guard)

Marvin

Crawford

Stockett (Guard)

(Center)

John

Hoyle Thomas

Roberts

(Guard)

(Forward)

STANDING Won Lost Per cent 3

6

.333

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SENIOR SOFT-BALL TEAM Many cheering spectators awed by suspense and stimulated by the fight and determination of each team were held spell bound by several split-second plays on the field. The Juniors threatened several times to supplant the Seniors. Nevertheless, the accurate fielding and consistent, well-placed hits of the Seniors resulted in their becoming the Champions. Gold-bronze soft-ball charms were warded all players making the all-school team. Players receiving these unique tokens were as follows:

Seniors:

Marvin Johnson, center-field; Maurice Gates,

short-stop; Harold Morris, third base; Juniors: Russell Anderson, :itcher; Glenn Hicks, catcher; Charles Smith, short-field; Roy Poole, left-field; Freshmen: William Greathouse, first base; Hoyle Thomas, second base; and Marvin Stockett, right-field.

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MEN'S DOUBLES Teamed together to defend their doubles

net title, Harold Morris and Maurice Gates were crowned as winners after several hard fought matches. Competition was keen from the beginning, but slashing drives and consistent returns, along with effective team work, finally routed all other aspirants to the title.

MEN'S SINGLES By his consistent playing Oliver Newsom was again victorious in the tennis singles tournament. His ability to play the net outclassed all of his opponents regardless of their volleys, drives, or close-place shots. He defeated Marvin Johnson 6-l, 6-4, 4-6, 9-7 to successfully defend the crown.

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LETTERWOMEN'S CLUB For a number of years athletic opportunities for women have been limited by lack of interest. A new impetus was given this year, however, in the work of the newly organized Letterwomen's Club. At this writing, the most successful season of women's basketball has just closed, and the prospects for other sports are brighter than m many years.

The group of young women interested in athletics

has made a courageous and successful stand for recognition, and the entire school has benefited thereby.-D. R. G.

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VOLLEYBALL An all-school volley ball team was selected and attractive medals

were given all members. Those receiving

this

distinction

were

Harriette Childress, lma Gilmore, Loreta Woods, Helen Broadwell, Inez McMahan, and Ruth Williams.

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FRESHMENCHAMPIONS Women's athletics have won a worthy place in the sport curriculum. A fall volley-ball tournament for the energetic co-eds was initiated this year. The entire conference schedule was spiced with spectacular plays and unusual interest. The freshman team proved their outstanding ability by defeating all contenders and winning the championship.

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SOPHOMORE CHAMPIONS The smooth playing, careful passing and accurate shooting of the Sophomores made them favorites from the initial game, although they were never out of danger until the conference bouts were completed. The jubilant fans appreciated good sportsmanship as well as outstanding ability.

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FRESHMEN The Freshman team should be commended for their splendid record. They had good organization, and made many brilliant plays. After several hard fought battles they ended the season with the distinction of "runner up." The prospects are good for a strong team next year.

JUNIOR-SENIOR TEAM The many activities of the Junior and Senior classes made it impossible for each class to select a team, but the combination of the two formed a strong contender for the championship.

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WOMEN'S DOUBLES The women's doubles tennis tournament was characterized by unusual interest. Surprises, disappointments, and inspired plays made both players and spectators enthusiastic. lma Gilmore and Pauline Collins after several hard fought battles won the final match and the championship title.

WOMEN'S SINGLES With brilliant serves and sure returns, Joan Mangum emerged victorious from a field of nineteen entrants, to be crowned the women's singles champion. Joan's ease and accU:racy on the court defeated Harriette Childress, a strong contender for the title in the final match.

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Humor AND

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Jokes • Prof. Taylor: "If the class will just keep u p as it has, you w ill all be like Napoleon." Boyd Hancock: "How's that? " Prof: " You are all going down in history."

• "I started out on the theo ry that the world had an opening for me." "And yo u found it ?" "Well , rather ; I'm in the hole now."

Poli ceman : "Halt! Who goes there?" Voice: " B. P. C. student." P oli ceman: "Advance and recite 'Faith of our Fathers.'" Voi ce: " I don 't know it." Poli ceman: "Proceed, student."

• Waitress: "Have you given your order?" Diner : " Yes, but please change it to an entreaty."

• "~hy, didn't you laugh at the prof's jokes this morn1ng? " I don't have to. I'm dropping hi s course next week."

• "Now," sa id Prof. Stahly, " pass all your papers to the end of the row. Have a carbon sheet under each one so that I can correct all mistakes at once."

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• " Hello, Oscar, are yo u usin g yo ur bathing suit to· ni ght ?" " J'm afraid so." "Spl end id! Then you won 't mind lend ing me your tux ."

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Charles: "Uncle, don't you think that it would be fooli sh for me to marry a girl who was intell ectually my inferior ?" Prof. Co rl ett: " Worse than foolish, Charles," was th e reply. " Worse than fooli sh- impossible."

• Marjorie your first." Fisher: you." Marjorie up wishing

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The Guy: "I dreamed of you last night." The Gal (coldly): " Really!" The Guy: " Yes : then I woke up, shut th e window, and put an extra blanket on the bed ."

"Bacchus is such a resourceful gi rl." " Is she?" " Why, the other day she left her vanity case at home; so she powdered her no se with a marshmallow."

• Tommie White: "You know you are not a bad· look ing sort of a girl." Frenchie: " Oh, you'd say so even if you didn't think so." Tom: "Well, we're square, then. You 'd think so even if I didn 't say so."

• Jones : "Doctor, I'm scared to death . This will be my first operation." "Sure, I know ju st how you feel. You're my first pati ent. "

Kind Friend: " Poor little boy, have you no friends?" Little Boy: "No, Ma'am . I was Joke Editor for the Annual."

• " Haven 't I met you before, my charming young lady?" " Well, your phrase seems familiar."

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Some good advice to Freshmen Who want to learn a lot: Don't ever let your classes Get you both ered or upwro ught. When you have a theme to write, Get a "coke" instead. Never let a thing but fun Clutter up your head.

A. Smith

Go in for lots of basketball, And every football game. Get yourself a lot of dates Wit h some attractive dame.

WINDOW SHADES, VENETIAN BLINDS,

If yo u don't take thi s good advice, You'll be an awful fool. It's from an upperclassman Who's flunkin g out of school.

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Nazarene lJoung People's Society WESTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou rm example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity. l Timothy 4 :12

Do You Know? 1.

That the N.Y.P .S. constitutes aver one - third of the enti re Church of the Nazarene.

2.

Th at the N.Y.P.S. furnishes Bethany-Peniel College mos t of its students.

3.

Th a t the N .Y.P.S. spansars .mast af the home mission wo rk of ou r church and especially of our district by N.Y .P.S. plan of " Penn y A Week" and "A Hom e Mission Campaign on Each Zone."

4.

That the annual district N.Y.P.S. convention will be held at Elk City, Augu st 8 -9 -1 0.

5.

That the future of the Church of the Nazarene is just as sa fe as the present N .Y. P.S. makes it, and no mare.

ERNEST ARMSTRONG, Th .B. Di strict President

A Responsibility

A Challenge

WE KNOW That God with us, God in ns, God above us, God beneath us. God behind us, and God going before us

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THE CHURCH IS SAFE

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Calendar for Arrow 1937-1938 â&#x20AC;˘ Sept. 6- Labor Day- Registration Day with man y curious and bewildered Freshmen - Get-together at Bud Robinson HalL Sept. 7- Upper Classmen show that they "know the ropes" in their registrationDr_ McConnell gives excellent convocation Address on " Life_" Sept. 8-Classes begin-Freshmen hunting elevators, rooms, classes, teachers, etc_ Sept. 9- Dr_ L A_ Reed speaks in chapeL Sept. 11- First Delta Rho meeting of year, in charge of Student CounciL Sept. 15- Sophs had extra clothes and whitewash-hence the dummy and the white sidewalks_ Sept. 16- First Student Council program of the year_ Sept. 17-Election of Student Council representatives-First 1ssue of the " Reveille Echo_" Sept. 18-No Delta Rho?

Not a quorum present for election _

Sept. 20- Rev _ H_ B_ Macrory speaks in chapel on prayer_ Sept. 21-New Students divided for Delta Rho Societies_ 15-14 Softball thriller-

Sophs best Juniors m

Sept. 22-ProL Floyd speaks on "It's up to you" Sept. 23-New Student Council Representatives introduced-Seniors defeat Juniors in outstanding softball game of the year by 6-5 score in tenth inning_

The Following Bethany Firms Have Supported Publications of Bethany-Peniel College throughout the School Year

Hazel's Beauty Shop

Holmes Pharmacy

Kiowa Lumber Company

Highway Motor Company

Up-to-date Cleaners

Bethany Drug Company

College Cleaners

Ideal Grocery

Johnson's Service Station

L F. Eagan, Electric

Hughes Shoe Shop

Ed Fauss, Plumbing

Moore's Service Station

Home Feed Company

McKeans Grocery and Market

Bethany Mill & Feed Company

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For Information Write

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BRACKEN,

M.A., D.D., President

Bethany, Oklahoma

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Sept. 24---Freshman Party- P. H. Lunn speaks on "Tests of Christian Discipleship" in chapel. Sept. 25- Sophomores have early-morning breakfast-Delta Rho Chapters organized. Sept. 26-Rev. B. F. Neely speaks at evening service. Sept. 28-Rev. Jarrett Aycock speaks at chapel. Seniors lose first game of the season. Assembly convenes at Enid. Sept. 29- Frosh girls "ducked" at Bud Robinson Hall. Sept. 30- Presentation of members of the "Arrow" staff, the "Reveille Echo" staff, and the "B" Club in chapel. Oct. 1- What's this? Two girls go back to the drug store after their dates- said they were still hungry. Oct. 2- Joe McGraw sings "bass" solo; Billy Greathouse plays trombone solo; Charles Smith wants a wife in program presented by Alpha. Oct. 4---Tryouts for Junior Play. Oct. 5- Rev. W. M. Tidwell of Chattanooga, Tenn., gives special lectures-"Twig" McMahon christened. Oct. 7-Freshmen give chapel program. Oct. 8- Community play in new City Auditorium-rain pours; everyone drenched. Oct. 10-Fisher "hikes" with loaf of bread! Oct. 11- Rev. Jimmie Miller of Indianapolis in chapel. hunt ducks.

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Oct. 12- More ram. Dr. E. P. Ellyson m chapel. Oct. 13-Still raining . Oct. 14---Sophomores give chapel program. Taylor.

Miller " dishes it out" about Prof.

Oct. 15- Something new! Prof. Hildie sits on front row of chapel. missionary, Miss Seay, speaks in chapel.

Returned

Oct. 16--Cold, dreary evening as Gammas present "Down on the Old Plantation." Oct. 18- Aycock lectures- Dr. C. Warren Jones, lecturer. Russ speaks on "love" at "B" Club Banquet. Oct. 20- Dr. McConnell finds " lost" watch. Morris and Gates win doubles tennis title again. Oct. 21-Glee Clubs have wiener roast. Oct. 22- First six-weeks grades out. Mr. Spangenberg of R oger 路Babson Institute speaks in chapel on European situation. Oct. 25-Newsom wins over Johnson in tennis singles finals. ment begins. Oct. 26- Horseshoe tournament begins. Freshman flag burned down.

Volley-ball tourna路

Rev. Victor Ber gman smgs m chapel.

Oct. 27-Ex-Congressman Mr. Upshaw, of Georgia, speaks in chapel. Revival starts with the pastor, Rev. H. B. Macrory, as evangelist. Oct. 29- College night at the revival- good spirit. " pop quizzes" .

Prof. Floyd sick; hence the

Oct. 30--Halloween- Annex Boys have scare. Nov. 2-Class night at revival. Nov. 3-Group pictures taken at inter vals when the sun was out. Nov. 5- Group pictures completed for the "Arrow." Nov. 9-Prof. Floyd back in school. Nov. 12-Who took down the dinner bell at the dormitory? Nov. 13-Billy Greathouse christened "Promiscuous." !\'ov. 14---Minya rd breaks over and dates. Nov. 15- How did Oliver Newsom feel when he found that his preparing a missionary speech for the lyceum number was all a joke? Carl Von Hoffman in Lyceum number tells of Africa. \fov. 16--Band organizes. Nov. 19- Junior Class presents play, "The Enemy". Nov. 22-State college inspectors give B. P. C. high rating. Nov. 23- Prof. Floyd speaks on " Foolin' Around." No v. 24---Thanksgiving vacation begins. Nov. 29- School resumes after the vacation . Nov. 30- Jonesy finds his car on the fr ont porch of Bud Robinson Hall-Must have been the Sophs again! Dec. 1- Dr. Carpenter, astronomer, speaks in Lyceum number. Dec. 2- Junior class presents Chapel program.

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MACRORY,

Pastor

BPC

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Dec. 3-Jamboree. Dec. 4--Debaters go to Weatherford-make good showing with two teams tying for first place. Dec. 6-Votes cast for school favorites. Dec. 7-Women's Council dinner. Dec. 8- Vote for the "most valuable student". Dec. 9-0rchestra presents the "Chinese Flower Garden". Dec. 13-Rev . Ernest Armstrong speaks on "A Man whose name was John." Dec. 17- Christmas Vacation begins-everyone homeward bound. Jan. 3-Back to the grind. Jan . 16-Rev. and Mrs. L. S. Osborn , missionaries returned from China, show pictures of their work. Jan. 17-20-Final exams--cramming. Jan. 24--Registration for second semester.

Some leave-new ones come.

Jan. 25- "Get acquainted" party for new students. Reed introduces Hearn to Social Life. Jan. 26- Prof. Corlett speaks on the "Glory of being Narrow-minded." Brother Collins injured on way to prayer-meeting. Jan. 27-College suffers great loss when Brother Collins dies. Jan. 28- Spencer leaves class to hear "certain girl" sing over the radio. Jan. 30-Brother Collins laid to rest- known to all as a " Good Man". Feb. Philosophical Prof. Taylor turns theological in chapeL High school presents play. Feb. 2-Ground-hog day . Prof. Flo yd meets all the boys in the dormitories. Feb. 3-Dr. Bracke11 returns from California speaking trip. Feb. 4--Charles Hastings Smith has second date of the year. Feb. 6- Miss Harm s taken to hospital. Over the top in Sunday School attendance. Feb. 7- Aycock Lectures begin with Rev . C. B. Strang of Pittsburgh, Pa. Speaks on the " Life Situations of J esus and How He Met Them." F eb. 8-Joe McGraw taken to the hospitaL Feb. 10- Sophomores defeat Freshmen in season's basketball thriller. Teachers banquet in Oklahoma City. Feb. 11-Senior Class presents play, " Lady Windermere's Fan", and announces the three persons who will accompany them on their trip. Feb. 12-Alpha presents " Flower Garden Scene" _ Election of Delta Rho officers for second semester. Feb. 13- Alfred Minyard preaches Sunday afternoon. Feb. 14--A rain y Valentine Day. Funny ones, sentimental ones, " Dixie Melody Masters" present Lyceum number. Feb. 15-School saddened b y the death of Joe McGraw. Meeting of Board of Regents. Feb. 16-Rev. H. B. MaCI路ory gives report of the Board of Regents and gives good outlook for the schooL Feb. 17-"B" Club presents awards in softball, women's volleyball, and horseshoe contest.

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Feb. 18-Dr. Bracken speaks in chapel. Feb. 19-Debate in Beta Delta Rho program. F eb. 21-Prof. Floyd "snowbound" in classroom--everyone enjoying the snow. Feb. 22- Snow melts- mud- Prof. Floyd speaks on international affairs. Feb. 23- Junior Class selects Junior-Senior Banquet committee. Feb. 24--"Arrow" staff has delightful party. Feb. 25- Rev. Mr. Ballentine of Toronto, Canada, speaks in chapel. Feb. 26--Gammas present "strictly literary" program to improve quality of Delta Rho. Feb. 27-Dallas Baggett preaches Sunday afternoon. Mar. 1- High School presents "Gypsy Rover," an operetta, in Municipal Auditorium. Mar. 2-Soccer makes its appearance-sore "shins" . Mar. 3- Somebody plays pranks. Mar. 4--Debate teams go to Durant. Fine Arts Program. Mar. 5- Mr. Brown presents Lyceum number with magic, accordion , and harp. Mar. 6-Paul Gray preaches Sunday afternoon. Mar. 7-Seniors have a picnic. Mar. 8-Profs. Taylor and Corlett like potatoes better than flowers. Debate pro路 gram. Edwards finally rates Owensby. Mar. 11- Grades out again. Frosh and Soph picni c-Frosh lose their reins. Mar. 12-What? No Leopard in the Parlor? Velma must have gone visiting some friends in Edmond. Mar. 13-Mark Moore preaches Sunday afternoon. College boys and girls com路 pete in Sunday School contest. Mar. 14--D. Shelby Corlett speaks in chapel. Wilkinson breaks loose and goes walking with a girl. Mar. 15- Mr. Hutchison , the " Bird Man," entertains in chapel and imitates bird songs. Mar. 16- Track men begin practicing. Mar. 17- Musical trio from Oklahoma City University in chapel. St. Patrick's day. "Reveille Echo" staff has picnic. Mar. 18- Announcemen t of speech departmental play by Chasie and Thomas. Mar. 19- Herman Mayo awarded fifty copper pennies as winner of Prof. Quiz pro路 gram. Beta has Ice Cream party. Mar. 20- Spring revival begins, Rev. F. Lincicome, evangelist. D. Shelb y Corlett speaks at zone Sunday School rally. Mar. 21- First day of spring. Rev. F. Lincicome speaks about "Success" in chapel. Mar. 28-Great revival spirit on. April 3-Spring revival ends. April 8- "Cecilia" , departmental play. April 15- 0rchestra program. April 28- Junior-Senior banquet. April 29- Glee Club program. May 5-Wisler-Stahly graduation recital. May 21-Fine Arts program. May 22- Baccalaureate service. May 25- Final day of college.

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