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- whose most efficient leadership of BethanyPeniel College has even been for the building of the noblest of all virtues - - CHARACTER, CULTURE, and CHRIST.

STANDING WATCH

- for the growth and progress of Bethany-Peniel College. Through y our splendid and untiring efforts, honored with the blessings of a great God, our college has become universally respected. May y ou ever lead us onward and upward in the building of character for His glory. -B. M. Hall

SHIP'S LOG

Bon Voyage Know Your College Dedication In Appreciation Standing Watch Ship's Log Order of The Day-Kyle Crist Alma Mater-Music Committee Ode To Betsy-Kyle Crist Appreciation-Roy Van Arsdel Message From Ship 's Owners-Rev. E. D. Simpson Embarkment Ship's Officers at Helm Our Captain Speaks-Dr. A. K. Bracken Words From the First- Mate-Mr. B . M. Hall Why Attend Bethany- Peniel College-A. B. M. Ship's Crew K eep Voyage路s Entertained Ship's Doctor Ship's Etiquette-Kyle Crist What Would Be Saved In Case Ship Goes DownKyle Crist Nautical Daffynitions-Kyle Crist The Holy City Mid-Passage Mariner's Prayer-Kyle Crist Ship's Organizations Our Master Pilot-Kyle Crist What the Church Has to Offer-Rev . C. B. Strang Relationship of College an d Church-Dr. L. T . Corlett Ship's Pilot-A . B. M. Revivals-A. B. M. Aycock Lectures-A. B. M. Religious Organizatiom-A. B. M .

Coed's Ten Commandments--Kyle Crist Gentleman's Information Bureau- A. B. M. and L awrence Fish Miss Arrownia-prese nted by staff Littrell-y Speaking Whoosiers-Roy Van Arsdel All Work, No Play . . . Much Of the People, By the People, For the People Sigma Theta Phi-A. B. M. Student Recitals A Cappella Choir Practice Makes Perfect Concert Orchestra Y'heave Ho My Lads Fun . . . Wasn't It-"Sea Breezes"-A. B. M. She's A Young Thing and Cannot .. Resolved That .. . -Lawrence Fish Set of The Sail-Selected Port- bound Classified Passengers So They Go Steady, Do They?-Kyle Crist Complaint Department-Kyle Crist Scribbles From a Freshman-Charles Lunn Freshmen-Kyle Crist Scholarly Sophomores-Kyle Crist Melody Memories-Kyle Crist I'm Se-ri- ous-Lawrence Fish and A. B . M . Jaunty Juniors-Kyle Crist Wanted : - A Gas Mask-Lawrence Fish Sophisticated Seniors--Kyle Crist Au Revoir-Kyle Crist Review-All Hands On Deck-Adana Moore Finis-Pauline Miller Harbours-John R. Mooreland Activities Aboard Squints through the Spy Glass Flashes from Campus Life All School Basket Ball-Dick Littrell Retrospection-"Sea Breezes" B Clubs Softball Speaking of Tennis Basketeers l\1ake Baskets, Thrills and Crowds Feminine Basketeers . . . More Thrill s Flash! Flash! More Personarties On Your Mark! Get Set! Go !-Dick Littrell At Anchor Land Ho! Ship's Investors and Miscella路1eous In Appreciation Ten Nights in a Staff Room-Roy Van Ar sdel Au Revoir- A. B. M.

ORDER OF THE DAY EARLY MORNING WATCH Six bells- - TAPS--muffle the alarm clock and fall out Close WIND SCOOP-ventilator in sleeping quarters Seven bells-CHOW-in Bud Robinson Hall Quarter of eight bells-TURN TO-morning classes begin LATE MORNING WATCH Seven bells -KNOCK OFF-morning classes finish ALL HANDS ON DECK-Captain speaks to passengers and crew at chapel Eight bells-NOON CHOW-mess hall in Bud Robinson AFTERNOON WATCH Quarter past two bells-TURN TO-afternoon classes begin Six bells- KNOCK OFF-afternoon classes finish PROMENADE DECK-stroll with best girl friend , go to the soda fountain or post office, play ball, or recline in deck chairs EARLY EvENING WATCH Three bells-EVENING CHOW-mess hall in Bud Robinson Seven bells- GO TO QUARTERS-study two hours LATE EVENING WATCH Five bells-TAPS- prepare for y our bunk Six bells-DOUSE-the lights LATE EVENING AND NIGHT WATCH-MR. WHITE

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ODE TO BETSY Thou graceful swan of the college life , Thou unwritten epic with treasures rife, What mem'ry-fringed tales of happy toUTs Are held within your sweet allures: Tales of glamour of each senior class Whom yon cn1-ried to distant scenes in mass, Of A Cappella, of parties of chee1路, Of happy students, of memories dear. Thou charming friend with your red and white Streamlined body and your emblem of light, With graceful sweep and strength unfeigned You climbed the hills . never complained. Your hot rubber tread against the slab Sang gay little tunes that we1路e far from drab Till pressure suppressed at last broke through And off came the tire , tube , and fender too . But yet undaunted, and plucky still, You received assistance with gmteful will To hasten on with yow路 head held highYour motto to serve and not to die. -Kyle Crist

Appreciation This is a thank-you card from the passengers to all those who paid for our tickets, who bravely pinned roses on us and said "Bon voyage", to those who have often furnished fuel for the vessel, who were concerned about men overboard, and who are even now putting lights in the windows in case we should need- as almost everyone does at some time-a home port to which we may return. Our devoted thanks to our mothers and dads, and to those who have helped us as loyally as though they were. -Roy Van Arsdel

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Vve are happy to offer congratulations to you, Bethany-Peniel College and especially the Class of 1941. Our hearts are made to glow in warm admiration as we survey y our fine institution and the noble Christian character you are giving b ack t o u s. May y our life's horizons ever expand. May y our graduation never end y our schooling. Your education, we sincerely trust, has only begun. W e would challenge y ou, with y our signal achievement, your expanded horizon, and y our n ew learning, to create more beauty in the world , to discover greater happiness, and to do greater Christian service. We wish for you a worthwhile life in thet om orrows with an ever expanding life's horizon. --Rev. E. D. Simpson Secretary of the Board of Trustees

Board of Regents C. B . STRANG, Ex-officio ABILENE DISTRICT John L . Knight John F . Roberts J. Walter Hall ARKANSAS DISTRICT Holland London Mrs . Agnes W . Diffee R. M . Parks W. H. Johnson DALLAS DISTRICT I. C. Mathis W . L. Crawford Ray Hance G . S. R ogers ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Ja mes McGraw

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT W. A . Carter J. E. Aycock Mack Anderson W. R. Donaldson W. H. Barlow B. F. Neely KANSAS DISTRICT 0 . J. Finch E. W . Snowbarger A. C. Tunnell E . P . Robertson

LOUISIANA DISTRICT Elbert Dodd G. M. Akin WESTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT J. W . Short E. A . Greer H . L. Short Geren Roberts A . L . Taylor E . D. Simpson

NEBRASKA DISTRICT T . P . Dunn C. J . Kinzler KANSAS CITY DISTRICT Clyde Dawson Glenn Miller SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT E . E . Hale W . L. French M ark Smith F . H . Bugh Lawson Brow n

Stately yon vessel sails adown the tide, To some far distant land adventurous bound; The sailors' busy cries from side to side, Pealing among the echoing 1路ocks, resound; A patient, thoughtless, much-enduring band, Joyful they enter on their ocean way ; With shouts exulting leave their native land , And know no care beyond the present day. "Th,e Ships" -Southey

Ship's Officers at Helm

Our Captain Speaks The seas of life in 1941 are stormy. Dark clouds hang low. Times that shall try the souls of men are upon a great portion of the world. Many young men, with uncompleted years of college ahead of them, may never again enjoy the fellowship of college life. Ahead are reefs and shoals. But shall we fear and grow faint? No! Even in this our hearts shall be strong. In the ever lasting and eternal word of God we find the code of the seas. Here, too , we find chart and compass. Christ, our Master Pilot, sails the main with us. We need nevernor shall we ever-fear. Dr. A. K . Bracken, President

• • • Looking noTth thTough catalpa blossoms at ouT AdministTation building.

HALL OF ADMINISTRATION

• • • The place of pungent odors, buzzing talk, and keen competition.

HALL OF SCIENCE

Words From the First-Mate The period in the life of Bethany-Peniel College depicted in the pages of this volume of the ARROW has been a good period in which to live. I think there has never been a year in the history of our institution when there was less of conflicting interests or more of evidence of unity throughout our college. To make such a claim is intended as a tribute to the 1940-41 student body. It is you who determine in the largest measure just what kind of year a college term will be. I know that no school anywhere enjoys more loyal support of its constituency than is had by Bethany-Peniel College. The fine cooperation of this great and good group of people together with you and your potentialities is the reason for our claiming Bethany-Peniel College to be a wonderfully good college. B. M. HALL , A.B. Business Manager

Why Attend Beth any-Pen ieI Co II ege? The College of Liberal Arts offers pre-professional training in many fields of vocational endeavor; complete training for teaching, departmental study, religious training, and general college work. Members of the faculty hold degrees from the leading universities of the nation and are specialists in their fields . Small classes enable each instructor to know personally his students and their problems and to counsel with them. Only in colleges like Bethany-Peniel can the advantage of personalized instruction with unexcelled religious supervision be made accessible. Located near the capital city of Oklahoma, the college provides many advantages for the asking- education in every field , famous lecturers, interesting exhibits, field t rips, and many other appealing features. In Bethany and Oklahoma City the student is given excellent opportunity to be selfsupporting while securing an education. Finally, there is the wholesome democratic spirit of the campus. Found here are social organizations, a lively intramural sports program, departmentally sponsored organization s, and variou s religious endeavors. All contribute to the studen t 's development of a w ell-balanced personality and fit h im to b e an ideal Chr istian charact er.

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Want to see our president, our business manager, our registrar, or ow· librarian ?

Hall of Administration

Ship's Crew Keep Voyagers Entertained T. CORLETT A.B. , D.D. Religious Education

LEWIS

MATTIE E . B RACKEN

ERNEST C . HALL , M.Ed.

M.A. Edu cation Botany

Dean Physics Mathematics

CLARENCE GROTHAus M.A. , Ph.D.

FRED FLOYD M .A. , B.D.

MINNIE HARMS M.A.

EARL GREER . M.A.

Chemistry

History Religious Education

Modern Language

Mathematics Zoology

VERNON SNOWBARGER

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Social Science

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JOHN PETERS

M.A. Religion Philosophy

B. DOBSON M.A. Registrar English

WILLIS

MENDELL T AYLOR

LOIS GREEN H ALL

M.A. History Philosophy

A.B. Library Science

R. GISH * M.A. Philosophy Lan gu age

DELBERT

''On leave of absence for graduate work in Boston uAiversity

FLORENCE LUNDY

A.B. Accountant

HELEN LARSON

A.B.

Secretary to the Business Manager

SHIP'S DOCTOR This cruise of '41 has been made most pleasant by the kindly tou ch and sympathetic manner of our genial Ship's doctor.

DR. R. Q. GOODWIN Oklahoma City Oklahoma

• • • guiding us into the fountain of truth via

Hall of Administr·ation

Ship's Etiquette If you're the t ype to practice on your girl-friend and don't care too much

for the outcome, HEAVE HER A LINE. If you are a philanderer, you need a BLISTER (ing)

(an added armament of steel to break torpedo when it hits). If you are faithful to one love, you probably should STAND BY for a nod

or a smile coming from that person. If you live at the foot of the stairs, you should be DOGGED DOWN

(hatch screwed down where water can't get in). There are two directions: windward and leeward ; one should never spit to the WINDWARD. If your boy-friend takes you for granted, you should HOIST HIM OVER-

BOARD. If you care to dock in some cafe w ith your girl-friend, y ou must use your

TWO BITS. Every grade card should have a DOUBLE BOTTOM, a regular bottom and false bottom to keep your grades afloat in an emergency.

WHAT WOULD BE SAVED IN CASE THE SHIP GOES DOWN: Olga Rhea Jones' pin collection Helen Taylor's fur coat Ruby Vogt's husband Dana May's flute Jimmy Forman's gray suit Evelyn Littrell's grades "Chuck" L unn's electric hot plate The Administration's carpet Margaret Feldman's vibraharp Syble Grissom's candy "Breezy" Miller's horn Bruce Pardue's boots Carl Duffy's sermons Wesley Crist's linoleum blocks and window shades Bazil Highley's paper route Norma Jean Tharp's boy friends Madge Posey's make-up Eudell and Eugene Milby's Florsheim shoes Ruby Lee Myers' dates Roy Van Arsdel's blank prose

NAUTICAL DAFFYNITIONS : Wind-lass-young lady born in March and living in Oklahoma Bow-article of ribbon worn in coed's hair Wake-state or condition most of us never attain Control room- Prof. E. C. Hall's office Ordnance officers- Alfred Minyard and Lady Esther Bunk-half the conversations you hear Sea bag-same thing as a wind-bag only on the sea instead of land Stern-way the matron is sometimes Overhead-what the business manager talks about Hatch-what little chickens do Fo'castle-Lady Esther's living room Flight deck--any place where the facult y walks in on the students at the wrong time

ALLINE SwANN

GERTRUDE TAYLOR

B. Mus. Theory of Music, Piano

Ed.M. Speech, Expression

WILLO MAE BERESFORD

B.F.A. Piano

CHESTER CRILL

ALICE CRILL

M.Mus. Chairman of Fine Arts Voice

M.Ed. Theory of Music, Piano

RUTH LANG SMITH

A.B . . Piano

• • • Housing an auditorium, class and practice 1·ooms for dmma/a~and music

HALL OF FINE ARTS

• • • Merry diners, blushing dates, colorful banquets, and ivory serenades

BUD ROBINSON HALL

• • • Matron of women, Miss Esther Cor lett

• • • Host and hostess of men, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B . Miny ard

MEN'S HALL • • • Place of gentleman cultuTe sessions, jovial pmnks, nights of candle-bunting, an d gTeat fellowship

The HoI y City ORATORIO BY

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The Bethany massed Chorus of one hundred and thirty voices Sunday, December 15, 7:30 p.m. The Ch urch Auditorium CHESTER CRILL,

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ALLINE S WANN, ALICE C RILL ,

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pianist

One of the highlights of the season was this very inspiring program of song. One hundred and thirty voices in harmonious accord were lifted in praise and adoration to God for His greatest of all gifts, the Christ Child. This most enjoyable Christmas season will long live in our hearts.

Mariner's Prayer Oh God, though 1 am fraiL against The reckLess sea When it is rough , and 1 Am naught to conquer such a foe , Grant that I may find The way to keep my ship m路ight, and mind With fortitude rene'wed, And come at Last Into a port with tempests past, And cast anchor, -Kyle Crist

Ship's Organizations

Our Master Pilot The Master JP>Hot, ill1l the storm, Gommall1lldls the will1l(dls, the sea;; He kll1lows our shiJPl, He kll1lows the triJPl, Alll illlfilllite guide is He. Though alllgry gales our shiJPl assaa, Our hearts shaH lb>rave aU fe ,a r; Bellleath the (<ll_ualm there rests the calm Of the Master JP>Hot lllear. Mall1l perforce may miss the course? But He Ull1lf,aiHll1g, wise, Has ,c harter ed true, He'H see us through To the port lb>teyollld the skies. - K y le Crist

REV.

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STRANG

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What The Church Has To Offer Bethany-Peniel College and Bethany College Church are one. The church offers to each student am:t faculty member a place for worship and service. It invites each one to make t he local church his church during his stay at Beth an y , not in that it demands his membership, for this it does not do, but it solicits his loyalty, love and appreciation. It offers each an opportunity to improve his religious education, to w iden his scope of service and to deepen his spirituality. It is gratifying to the pastor to observe the measure with which these advantages are accepted. While the church door is ever open to receive worshipers, the pastor's study door is likewise ajar to welcome those who wrestle with spiritual problems. It is the pastor's desire, not only to be one of the splendid group identified with the church and college, but to be one with them in every endeavor to promote holiness unto the Lord.

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BETHANY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE • • • Place of stiTTing hymns, organ melodies, and masterful messages

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Relationship of College and Church by DR. LEWIS

T.

CORLETT

The colleges of any church are engaged in the most important work of the denomination. It is a twofold work, helping to save the young people of the families of the respective churches of the d enomination and training the youth in special lines of service for God and the Church. The College is dependent upon the Church for her support and for students, but in turn the College is under special obligation to maintain ideals that are commensurate with the standards of the Church and to develop an atmosphere that will encourage young people to align themselves first of all with the Savior and then in helpful service to the Church. There is an inter-dependence that calls for mutual understanding, sympathy , and support. Bethan y -Peniel College appreciates what the Church has done in bringing her into being as an institution and in supporting the Administration in the various projects from year to year. This has been the source and background of h er success, and in turn Bethany -Peniel College faculty and student-body pledge loy alty to the standard of Holiness and devotion to service under the banner of the Church of the Nazarene.

Ship's Pilot Bethany-Peniel College is most favored in having Dr. Lewis T. Corlett as Dean of Theology. His life has been interwoven into the lives of scores of young people. His sound advice has helped many decide problems relating to their future. As young ministers, only time and experience will be able to prove to us the value of his wise counsel and practical teaching. We desire, even though in a small way, to express to him our gratitude for his forbearance and long suffering with us in our numerous youthful mistakes and blunders. Our wish for him can only be, God's richest blessings upon an ideal Christian gentleman.

• • • A noble preacher and excellent leader, D1·. Lewis T . Corlett

• • • a devoted young man and gTeat soul-winneT, Rev . Ray Hance

REVIVALS Revivals in Bethany are indeed times of great spiritual awakening and enjoyment. Small wonder that the Lord gives us such great seasons of pray er and the glad shouts of newly born souls. With so many great-spirited men and women united in purpose it is not hard for God to speak in conviction. Thus should it ever be in our college and church. May it never cease to be a place of holy zeal and the refining power of the blessed Holy Spirit.

• • • a capable leadeT and soul-stin·ing pTeache1·, Rev. I. C. Mathis

For a straight-forward, gripping presentation of truth we are indebted to you, Dr. S. T. Ludwig. Our lives have been made richer by your contribution of sympathetic advice and counsel. You spoke By way of remembrance upon I.

The Personal Life of the Minister

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The Minister and His Own Soul

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The Minister and His Own Soul (con.)

IV.

Reasons Men Fail

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The Minister in Relation to His Young People

Aycock Lecture Series Our thanks to you, Rev. Jarrette and Dell Aycock and Rev. \Vhitcomb and Maridel Harding, for your greatly appreciated sponsorship of the most excellent and beneficial Aycock Lecture Series. Our appreciation is deeper than mere words. Through your warm spirit of generosity our hearts have been made to glow with a consuming zeal to perform our tasks in Christian service as "workmen needing not to be ashamed, rightly divining the word of truth."

As a student body we shall not soon forget the timely messages of Dr. Orval J. Nease. His masterful style and personal approach won the respect and admiration of all who were privileged to attend. His subject topics w ere Lest we forget I. II.

The Preacher and His Own Soul Ministerial Snares

III. Blameless Bishops IV. V.

Intangibles of Service God-sent Men

RELIGIOUS

Men's Gospel Team Ambassadors of the Cross! With pounding hearts, t imid manner, and roughshod youthful zeal, we delivered our first sermon in gospel team meeting. Here, we as young fledglings first tested our untried wings and made ready for the gruelling flight into realms of Christian endeavor.

Ministerial Association Knights of Devotion!

Brethren in the ministry! How fitting that a great God, a great salvation, a great calling should produce great friendships . In th e vast unknown of the tomor rows m ay our lives be more firmly united in the great bond of Christian service. May we ever seek t o be worthy of the noblest of all callings, emissaries of Christ.

ORGANIZATIONS

Wheeler Gospel Team Modern Messengers of the Cross! As Christian young ladies w e strive daily to live lives that portray the spirit of a living Savior. Deeper devotion and a richer walk in spiritual paths is our goal. Ours is the joy of spreading forth the Christian's message to a needy world. Thi s is our task.

Prayer and Fasting League Knights of Devotion! As she stands today Bethany-Peniel College is a growing monument to the fervent prayers and unstinted sacrifice of a devoted constituency. Through the key of prayer and fasting, godly predecessors opened the windows of Heaven and caused a downpouring of God's b lessings upon her. Desiring to perpetuate the rich heritage of the past, students anc'l faculty members meet each F riday in Room 8103 for a time of spiritua路l refreshment. This is a most invaluable contribution to the life of our campus.

Coed's Ten Commandments 1.

Thou shalt be at every social function.

2. Thou shalt be seen with at least two dates every week-end- m ore if possible. 3. Thou shalt always make good grades, but not study too much. 4.

Thou shalt be on every important committee and in every importan t organization in the school.

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Thou shalt have as many girl friends as boy friends , and plenty of both.

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Thou shalt b e a good spor t and ready for participation in any activ ity .

7. Thou shalt have pretty clothes or be able to borrow them. 8.

Thou shalt have a winning personality.

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Thou shalt be accomplished in most of the fine arts and outstandin g in one or two.

10.

Thou shalt be intimately acquainted and friendly with all the teachers.

Gentleman's Information Bureau Corresponding to the well known, long practiced, much talked about " grapevine sessions" of the fairer sex is the true, w ell tried , practice of Ferdinand sessions. I say it is a hypothetical experiment of long standing. for it is not a man's n atu::路e to talk, gab, and gossip as it is a woman's . Women are natural-born talkers while men are more reticent in nature. However, for mutual protection against the feminine sessions, some of the fellows meet for comparing of notes and observations of things in general. Education ally speaking. t here are times of cultural betterment for all concerned and everything from Chalfant's latest theories on "advice to the love-lorn" to Pardue's "approach" in hand-holding is adequately discussed. Everyone that desires advice from t h e Milbys is promptly received and dismissed. All information is charted and filed away in the most convenient waste basket. New elem ents such as t alks on social propriety and the matron's latest ruling in the way of parlor etiquette are all warmly debated, with respects to Henness'2 y and Wilson. Thus does ever y Romeo take his advanc 2 is promptly dismi_ss.=d upon a ppearance of t he participants to bed- until the n ext evening. where it will stop nobody knows. As to what like to know? "

assignment, and the session preceptor, who runs all the And so, on and on it goes. is said , "Well, wouldn't you

By virtue of student election and snapshot contest, w e as the student body of Bethany P eniel College wish to confer upon Miss Juanita Myers the title of MISS ARROWNIA . She is a junior in the Depar tment of Fine Arts with major in piano, and a member also of the a cappella and orchestra. She is thus signally h onored for her achievement in religious, social, and scholastic endeavor which our college strives so valiantly to foster.

THE STAFF PRESENTS YOUR llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil l941 "'""'"""""""""""'""'

MISS ARROWNIA

JOHN PETERS

Littrell- y Speaking THE REVEILLE ECHO STAFF EvELYN LITTRELL,

EditoT-in-chief

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT

Charles Lunn - - Lois Stockett Richard Littrell Roy Van Arsdel William Henry Harris David McKibbon Kyle Crist - - - -

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Faculty Sponso1·

BusiNESS MANAGEMENT

Trafton Williams - John Ed Roberts Laura Grace Roberts Gladys Lusk R.uby Lee Myers Alfred Minyard - Wesley Crist - - -

Business Manager Circulation Manager Typist Typist Typist Photographer A1·t Editor

The Reveille Echo staff has earnestly endeavored this year to publish for the students and faculty a bi-weekly college newspaper which presented a complete coverage of campus news events in an unbiased, journalistically correct manner. Each member of this group h as toiled faithfully and diligently to make the issues of this paper interesting to its readers. For myself, I am glad to have had the privilege of editing one volume of the R eveille Echo. The cooperation of students and faculty has been most gratifying and I am deeply appr eciative. -Evelyn Littrell

~~ whoosiers " WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Each year the publication Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities (University, Alabama) sponsors the selection of a group of students for special recognition for achievement. This year Bethany-Peniel College has selected from its junior and senior classes nine students to represent our school. The national organization's requirements for citation are scholarship, character, leadership in extra-curricular activities , sportsmanship, and possibility of u sefulness. Our own college has added one other-spirituality or Christian service. The students selected submit for publication a brief review of their activities in college.

HOYLE THOMAS

J ESSYE

COLLINS

BAZIL HIGHLEY

WILLIAM FISHER EVELYN LITTRELL ALLEN MILLER

Enw ARD TAYLOR GLADYS LusK WILLIS S N OWBARGER

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All Work, No Play---Much! ARROW STAFF ALLEN

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Editor-in-chief

WILLIS

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Faculty Advisor

STAFF MEMBERS

Raymond Hurn Kyle Crist Roy Van Arsdel Lawrence Fish Charles Lunn Elfrieda Shellenberger .T osephine Scoggins Trafton Williams

Business Manager College Life Editor Feature Editor Classroom Editor Snapshot Editor Art Editor Statistical Secretary Associate Editor

Gladys Lusk Ruby Lee Myers Dick Littrell Olga Rhea Jones Adana Moore Pauline Miller Wesley Crist Elizabeth Reed

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With sincere appreciation I desire to express my thanks to a loyal, hardworking staff and to the student body in particular for your greatly appreciated vote of confidence. It has been a genuine pleasure to lab or with you in the compilation of the historic events of a highly successful year, 1940-41. Your editor, Allen "Bresee" Miller

Student Body Council OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE I am indeed grateful for this opportunity to express my appreciation to the entire student body and faculty for their splendid loyalty and cooperation in the promotion of the various activities of this school year. I am particularly happy to have had the privilege of working with the members of the student council and have considered it a distinct honor to be closely associated with such a splendid group of students. Their kindness and cooperation have made my task as president of the student council a most pleasant one.

WILLIAM FISHER

President of Studei Council

To every student and faculty member who has made a definite contribution toward the accomplishment of our objectives for this school year, I express a sincere "Thank you." Sincerely yours, William Fisher

OFFICERS WILLIAM FISHER

President Enw ARD TAYLOR

Vice-president MARJORIE CROOKS FISHER

Secretary

REPRESENTATIVES BAZIL HIGHLEY

Senior representative "WILLIS SNOWBARGER

Junior representative MABEL SHIELDS

Sophomore representative CHARLES

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Freshman representative

ERNEST C. HALL

Faculty Sponsor

SIGMA

THETA PHI

At the General Assembly of the Church of the Nazarene in 1940, representatives of each of the Nazarene colleges met for the purpose of founding a national Nazarene honor society, uniting the associations of the several colleges into one organization, Phi Delta Lambda. Membership in Phi Delta Lambda is limited strictly to graduates. Sigma Theta Phi, the auxiliary honor society, however, includes high-ranking under-graduates. It began the year with twenty-eight eligible members, a number of whom were transferred from the rolls of Bresee College honor society.

PAUL CORLETT

MRS . L ESTER DUNN

MRS. MARJORIE FISHER

MISS ELIZABETH LEE

A.B. in Speech

Piano Certificate

Piano Certificate

Piano Certificate

MISS VIRGINIA BEBOUT

MISS J ESSYE COLLINS

MISS ELIZABETH GAINES

MRS. IMOGE NE THEUS

Piano Certificate

Voice Certificate

Piano Certificate

Expression Certificate

Student Recitals

ACappella Choir CHESTER C . CRILL,

Directo1路

Presents A Program of Sacred Music Unaccompanied and by Memory INVOCATION I Now L et Every Tongu e Adore Th ee Lo, A Voice to H eaven Sounding Th e Lord's Prayer Send Forth Thy Spirit

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Bach Gaines

II The Song of Mary God So Loved The World In Josep h's Love ly Garden J esus, Lover of My Soul Beautiful Saviour Hallelujah! What A Saviour

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Fischer Stainer Arr. by Dickinson Arr. by Camp Christiansen Bliss

INTERMISSION III Have Thine Own Way Lord I Got R eligion Gain' Home Ole Ark' s A Moverin' Praise to the Lord -

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Worthy commendation is due our splendid choir and its capable conductor, Professor Crill. Without a doubt this has climaxed a wonderfully fine year in concert endeavor. To this fine choir and its leader must go much of the credit for a wider recognition of Bethany-Peniel College. This year's Annual Concert Tour included the following cities: Pilot Point, Texas; Fort Worth, Texas ; Cisco, Texas; Lubbock, Texas; Amarillo, Texas; Dodge Ci:ty, Kansas; Sylv ia, Kansas, Coffeyville, K ansas; Carthage, Missouri ; Tulsa , Oklahoma, and Cushing, Oklahoma. During the year several engagements were filled in the following places: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Enid, Oklahoma; Hutchinson, Kansas, and Norman, Oklahoma. The choir was very enthusiastically received and according to the expressions of those w ho listened was deeply appreciated.

Practi ce Makes Perfect Some outstanding musical activities on the campus have been presented by the piano department this year. On the night of January 17, a rather ambitious piano concerto program was presented. The following numbers were included : Concertos : I.

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On May 2, the piano department sponsored its annual piano festivaL consisting of auditions given to the students by the celebrated Harold Hart Todd, of Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. Prof. Todd has been professor of piano and theory at Southern Methodist University for twenty-five years and is at present the conductor of the University Symphony Orchestra. Incidentally, he is the editor of the Cokesbury Hymnal of the Methodist Church and president of the State Federation of Music Clubs of Texas. He awarded 路rate certificates of superior, excellent, good, average, fair , and poor to the various contestants.

One of the commencement highlights was the polished performance of the eight-piano ensemble groups, directed by Alline Swann. The presentation was given by two groups of eight performers at eight pianos. The numbers played were as follows :

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Con cert Orchestra PRESENTED Its annual concert, which consisted of the following numbers: I An Oriental Fantasy "In a Chinese T emple Garden"-Ketelby. Moods a. Incantation of the priests. b. Incense of the temple. c. The two lovers. d . A Manchu w edding procession. e. Str eet disturbance among the coolies. f. The incantation of the priests. g. Finale. II "The Columbus Suite"--a grandiose descriptive fantasy. Movements a. In the Court of Spain. b. The sorrows of the departure. c. Fealty of the flag . d . The anchors weighed. e. Merriment of the sailors. f. Pray er. g. Hail Columbia.

We wish to commend this fine organization for its most excellent musical performance this year. Their excellent musicianship manifested itself in a most entertaining manner. May the organization ever grow and be an incentive to those who shall endeavor to attain a better appreciation of the Divine through the soul-stirring medium of beautiful music. PERSONNEL OF THE ORGANIZATION Pianist, Willo Mae Beresford FIRST VIOLINS Ernestine H orn Vernon Hodges Cla r ence Grothaus W en dell Lillenas SECOND VIOLINS Audr ey Miller Juanita Myers M arie Bla kely E a rl G r eer E laine Ston e J osephin e Steven so n

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VIOLA Mildred June Douglas FLUTES E velina Barber D ana May CLARINETS E a rl Dean Dawson Richa rd Hutchins Elwar d Green

BRASS William Fisher Allen Miller E verett Walden Raymond Hur n Fra nces Ca rson VIERA HARP Mildred F eldman DRUMS Sna re, Mildred D ou glas Bass, Charles Wilson

FU N... WASN'T IT! What fun to be a quartette boy .4.nd sing the country o'e r. ' Twould be a very paradiseI ' d never ask for rnore.

Sweet fortun e smiles on lucky me And happy is my lot To sing , to sl eep and f ee l so fr ee And eat three good meals hot.

But quartette tours and I must part, For muc h too old am I. Commencement bids rne soon depart And l eave this life. O h my!

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ALLEN MILLER WILLIAM FISHER JAMES FORMAN EDWARD TAYLOR

WILLIS S NO WB ARGER K ENNET H ALEXANDER DICK LITTRELL VERNON HODGES

DoN MESSER K ENNETH VOGT PAUL BATCHELDER JERRY McCLAIN

EVERETT GARRISON C. G . MILLER RILEY BRAN. ON RAYMOND HURN

RAMON UNRUH E STEL ETHERIDGE DAVID SHARP WILLIAM HENRY HARRIS

GERALDINE FRENCH GRACE BUGH JOSEPHINE SCOGGINS JANE P ARMER

W AHNONA HORGER MARY K ATHERINE HODGES NORMA JEAN THARP

VER N IE BELL VIIGIN GTON CATHERINE J AY ALICE WALDEN

JESSYE COLLINS ADA N A MOORE ELIZABETH GAINES

ELFRIEDA SHELLEN BERGER MILDRED JUNE DOUGLAS L AVERNE PATE LORA SHAW

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RESOLVED THAT Wise men argue causes, fools decide them; so nothing has been decided this year except the ever increasing fact that Bethany-Peniel College is making herself known in the forensic world, among all the colleges and universities in the Southwest. Carrying not only a message of technical knowledge concerning the relative merits and demerits of a proposed union of the Western Hemisphere, but also the message of character, culture, and Christ throughout their travels , the debaters attended tournaments at Ada. Norman, Chickasha, and Durant during th e course of the y ear. Along with credit for their achievements in actual verbal combat we should not fail to give the debaters credit for their ambassadorship of the principles of our school. The debaters have had a very successful year, going to the finals or semifinals in every tournament attended. Our teams won a tie for third p lace at Ada, went into the finals at Norman, took third place at Chickasha, and second and third places at Durant. A beautiful trophy rewarded the efforts of Roy Van Arsdel and Madge Posey at the Durant tournament. Individual recognition for excellence was given at the same tournament to Lawrence Fish. All in all it has been a very successful year and the interest of next year is assured when we shall be host to a tournament on our own campus. The participants in forensic activities this year were Olga Rhea Jones , Madge Posey, Erlene Duckett, Roy Van Arsdel, David McKibbon, William Henry Harris, William Fisher, Charles Alexander, and L awrence Fish.

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THE SAIL One ship sails east, one sails west, By the self same wind that blows; 'Tis the set of the sail and not the gale Which tells the way it goes. Like the waves of the sea are the gales of fate As onward we journey through life ; 'Tis the set of the soul which determines the goal, And not the calm or strife. -Selected

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HMeet Our Classified Passengers On This Cr)uise!"

College Specials

H. M. CURTIS Celephone, Texas

ROBERT NYE

MARVIN SIMPSON

Post, Texas

Mishawaka, Indiana

Vilonia, Arkansas

J EAN LEWIS

1\IJ:ILDRED l\IJ:CMAHON

LUCY MELVIN

MILDRED STROUD

K ansas City, Missouri

Post, Texas

Shafter, California

North Little Rock, Arkansas

{ ELEN BOYER ~l

L EWIS McMAHON

Dorado, Kansa s

LA VE'lNE PAT E

LOR ENE HUSKY

BONNIE J EAN WALKER

Bethany, Oklahoma

Roswell, New Mexico

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

JACK H AM ILTON

CLEON POWELL

ED BRADLEY

TERRELL BYNUM

Hays,

Kingston , Oklahoma

Elkhart, Indiana

Lufkin, Texas

K an~as

Intensive Ministerial ~ .C. WEST

ERMA REEVES

RICHARD COCHRAN

BER NICE JOHNSON

3okchito, Oklahoma

V ici, Oklahoma

Mountain Vies, Missouri

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

FLEMING PARMER

CLARENCE PATTON

WALLACE KORNEGAY

Bethany, Oklahoma

Bloomington, Indiana

Dallas, Texas

'l.ALPH KRACKE

AUGUSTA TERRY

Cr. YDE AIKMAN

Gus GRIFFIN

3eaumont, Texas

Konawa, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

Norman, Oklahoma

J . C. ANDREW

WILLARD SOUTH

MRS. THELMA DAY

CHARLES ROBERTS

Portales, New Mexico

Lawton, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Erick, Oklahoma

lOY BICKFORD

WILFORD PRESSON

HARRIETTE HOYT

LA VERNE METZLER

3onham, Texas

Wewoka , Oklahoma

Omaha, Nebraska

Cust er City, Oklahoma

ROMA JOY Du FOUR

LOIS BEST

L LOYD CORNELISON

J. B. SHEDDON

Wilson, Oklahoma

Claremore, Oklahoma

Dallas, Texas

Carrigan, Oklahoma

DELLA DAWSON

CONSTANCE ANDREWS

JAMES SHORT

WANDA FAYE McLAIN

Bethany, Oklahoma

Portales, New Mexico

Bethany, Oklahoma

Bethany, Oklahoma

MARY S MITH

I VA L EE BOLERJ ACK

RUDENE HALL

Bethany, Oklahoma

Independence, Kansas

Bethany, Oklahoma

Fine Arts SO THEY GO STEADY, DO T HEY? NAME :

REAS ON:

Mar y Ellen Naylor Virgin ia Tidwell Er lene Duckett Sam H ou se Charles Wilson Grace Bugh L aura Grace R oberts Vern on H odges Ed T aylor Miriam Willingham Charles Spicer Mable Shields Lucy Melvin George Ronnecamp Emmett Carter David McKibbon

Chan ce of m arriage Physical attraction L ove Censored Cultural backgrou nd (money) Est hetic companionship No ot her alter native Susceptibility to a pr etty girl No on e knows Susceptibility t o line Back-h ome int er ests Needs a cook Called t o be a pr eacher's wife H as fo und the b est L ove of wom an B-=lieves life's good things come in small packages

COMPLAINT DEPARTMENT: Cecil Miller-Won't anyone be here next year but me? Hoyle Thomas- Why don't they let us all go with the A Cappella? Willis Snowbarger-I wish they'd call me something besides "Willieburger". Jack Welty-I wish everyone would leave my girl alone so I could get her, maybe. Doreen Schott-'-Why doesn't some good man take me and m y Ford? Wayne Cozzens-Why doesn't somebody pass me the ball? Alfred Minyard-Why can't I have the only master key in the men's hall? Ruth Johnson- Why doesn't someone send me a sympathy card for m y hair? John Ed Roberts-Will somebody tell that referee to start calling fouls on these "guys" ? Vernon Bugh-Can I help it if I'm pretty? Martha Sue Gilbert- Will every other girl please leave my Emmett alone? We're engaged. Morris Chalfant-Do I have to be a one-man team again next year? Riley Brannon-Are there no more girls for me to conquer? (Apologies to Napoleon.) Mary Jane Shropshire-Girls around here wear their dresses too long. I'll never do it. Margaret Wyman-Why don't they offer more math here so I cou ld take it? Claude White-Why do these boys have to get up and leave all hours of the night? Preston Theall-Why don't t hey give t he working boys a chance?

MILDR ED RICE

DOROTHY BUSSEY

ELIZAB ETH R EED

GEORG E McADAMS

Bethany, Oklahoma

Lub bock, Tex as

P asadena, Califor nia

Wichita , Kansas

\VARRE N McNElLY

LUTHER THOMPSON

MILDRED F E LDMA N

DOROTHY GREEN

Bethany, Oklahoma

Pine Bluff, A r kansa s

Meade, Kansas

El Reno, Okla homa

MARGARET KIRBY LAMBERT

EXA YARBROUGH RICE

MARY LOUISE PUMM ILL

BILL GRONEMY ER

Be thany, Oklahom a

Be th a ny, Oklahom a

New ton, Kansas

Wellington, K a nsas

GE NE HOS KIN SO N

PAUL RIC E

MARGAR ET WILLIS M E RE DIT H KATHER E AN KRACK E

Burton , K a n sas

Bethany, Okla homa

Bethany, Okla homa

Beaumont, Tex as

Second Semester MARY Lou GILB E RT

MARTHA SUMMERHILL

J 01-I NN IE L EE CARL

Little Rock, Arkansas

El Dorado, Arkansas

Little Rock, Arka nsas

MAXINE BLACK

N ADI NE PULLIN

RUBY LEE MYER S

L ESTER LUCAS

Cordell, Oklahoma

Okl a homa City, Okla homa

Sherma n , Texas

Bethany, Oklahom a V ADA MAE LA NTZ Seiling, Oklahoma

CLARK LEWIS

EARL HOUSIN GER

EVA MAE LUCAS

Arnold, Nebraska

Silv ia, Kansas

Bethany, Oklahoma

J E WEL SANFORD

RUTH DOUGLAS FRANKLIN

ERNESTINE BROWN

0DA MILBURN

Betha ny, Oklahom a

Bethany, Okla homa BRUCE p ARDUE Lov ing, !New Mexico

Bethany, Oklahom a

Bethany, Oklahom a

THOMAS MOORE

Waco, Tex as

IRENE WILSO N

LEONA MILBUR N

Omaha, Nebraska

Foss, Oklahoma

Scribbles from a Freshman Nov. 10 Sept. 24 Hi youa ii How do you Iike my new south ern expression "yo uall "::> We had our "get acquainted " party last night on the mosquito-infested campus . B.P.C. is sure a great place, but it seems right after I leave the table I' m always hungry. I' m afraid you won't be able to read between the Iines; therefore I'll tell you I need more money for the necessary nutriments of life . Tell Bud I met a swell girl .

Dear MebsWell how 's the little brother::> Your b ig brother "Joe College" is what one might say snowed under with work. I thought I was good in footba ll on the neighborhood eleven , but I only got in for one quarter today. The frosh are ahead in the conference, however. I studied four hours last night on physics and algebra . I can hardl y wait till tomorrow-l've got a date-Not bad , on a week end . Edgar

Your dut iful son, Edgar.

Jan . 5 Dear DadWe are all settled down after our Chri stmas vacation ready to commence studying for our final s. Thanks again for the swell study lamp you gave me for Christmas . Whenever I see it, it reminds me of yo ur desire and expectat ions of me, and makes me want to do better. My grades should be pretty good-after all I come from good stock and I'm staying up till after 12:00 nearly every night. Your son, Edgar . P.S. Some k ;ds got married be tween semesters . I wonder if I ever will .

P.S . Don't tell the fol ks, but I may get two dates next week-end .

Ma y 15 Dear Mother, Dad , Brothers and aliIn about two weeks I'II be a sophomore. ( It's the optimist in me ) instead of a green freshman . Next year I' II be looked upon as an upper classman . Onl y three more years and my college days will be over. Have the ice box filled and the brass band read y because I' ll be home soon. Your child prodigy returns. Just Edgar. P.S. I spent $ 1.00 for a present so my girl friend won ' t forget me during the su mmer .

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OFFICERS Vice -President SecretaTy Student Cou .

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Madelyn Kirkp a trick Hutchinson, Kansas Vernon Bugh Omah a , Nebrask a

Gayle McDona ld Fergus Falls, Minnesota Charles Lunn Kansas City, Missouri Wilma Hedr ick Canute, Oklahoma Thorva l Cargill Shawnee, Oklahoma Geraldine French Shawnee, Oklahoma Charles Ale xander San Antonio, Texas Mary Katherine Hodges Norman, Oklahoma Edith Akin Dodso n, Te xas Martha Sue Gilbert Little Rock, Arkansas Charles Browning EYansville, Indiana Jennie Gray 路wichita, K a n sas William Benson, Jr. Countyline, Oklahoma Irene Curtis Telephone, Texas

Ram on Unruh Hutchinso n , Kansas Alice Pohl Meade, K a nsas Valeira Sharpton Center, Texas Lou venia White Durant, Oklahoma Curtis Pace Antlers, Oklahoma Wahnon a Horger Richfield, Kansas Joyce Carter Blackwell, Oklahom a Alvin Morga n Fort Smith , Arka nsas Leone Close Kingston, Kansas Peggie Richardson Potea u , Oklahoma Vernie Bell Wigington Fort Worth, Texas Eugenia Wiese Arlington, Texas E a rl Simmons Tulsa , Okla h oma Tressa Spurlin M o.so n , Texas Martha Speegle Dewey, Okla homa Lew is P atterso n Aberna thy, Texas Anna Vogt Meade, Kansas Betcy Mullin W ichita, Kansas Dorothy Seay Kansas City, Missouri Marvin Peterson Udall, Kansas

N orma Jean Tharp Lamesa , Texas Franklin Miller Texarkana, Texas Adolph Miller Tex arkana, Texas Ruby Vogt Bethany, Okla hom a Rudene Sledge Duncan, Okla hom a J osephine Stephenson B r itton, Okla homa Lee Spradlin Canute, Oklahom a Audry Ya rbrough Vinson, Okla hom a Audie Ya rbrough Vinson , Okla homa Royce Wilson Roswell, New Mex ico Madge Posey K a n sas City, K a n sas Dorothy Ridings Betha ny, Okla h oma M a riam Williams Longv iew, T exas Eudell Milby Sum m erv ille, K e ntucky Eugene Milby Sum merville, K e ntucky

Viola Borcher s Meade, Kansas Fra nk Garrish S a n Antonio, Texas Idaleen Anderson Abernathy, Te xas D avid McKibbon Cleveland, Ohio Naomi Beiner H e nnessey, Okla h oma H arley Duncan H a ndley, Tex as Elizabeth Carter Temple, Texas Genev a Dunn Atwood, Oklahoma Mary Dee Hind man Lordsburg, New Mex ico Earl Cotton Cushing, Oklah oma Alber tina Balsmeier Hutchinson, K a n sas Dav id Beem an Betha ny, Okla h oma Naomi Covey Blackwell, Okla homa Milton Brasher L ake Charles, Louisiana Eudora Ca ntwell Ponca City , Okla h oma Paul Flack Dorset, Ohio Anne Cheek

Little Rock, Arkansas Vivia n Cooper Anadarko, Oklah oma Frances Carson M ar shall, T exas Raymond Bobbitt Ringling, Okla homa

Kathleen Benton Holliday, Texas William Henry Harris 路wynona, Oklahoma La Vell Bryant Blackwell, Oklahom a Jimmie Messer Duncan, Oklahoma Sophia Bradshaw Arkansas City, Kansas Juanel Curtis Telephone, Texas Evelyn Gribble Avon Park, Florida Delwin Hennessey Roswell, New Mexico Helen Simpson Little Rock, Arkansas Beulah Hook Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Dorothy Hilliard Temple, Texas Vernon Jones McRae, Arkansas Sevilla Cooper A n adarko, Oklahoma Walter Davis Olivet, Illinois Mary Hockin Alvin, Texas

Geneva Llewellyn Harlingen, Texas John Harper Grinnell, Kansas Fern Graham Telephone, Texas Paul Briscoe Ponca City, Oklahoma Louise Long Morrilton, Arkansas Arnw in Mauldin Britton, Oklahoma Esther Lusk Vilonia, Arkansas Audry Kinsey Wichita Falls, Texas Marjorie Keene Crow ley, Louisiana Troy Anderson Wichita Falls, Texas Dorothy McGraw Austin, Texas Johnny Kromer Round Mountain, Texas Vernia Rae Killough Carnegie, Oklahoma Bert Messer Glendale, California Naomi Carter Lyons, Kansa s Roy Ingle Shreveport, Louisiana

Billie Ann Jones Henrietta, Oklahoma Louise Blanton Fillmore, Oklahoma Mary Bonnell Lockesburg, Arkansas Joe McMahon Cloud Chief, Oklahoma

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Myrtle Mae Hare Wellington, Kansas Joe Bishop Elk City, Oklahoma Melba Lee Butler Lubbock, Texas David Sharp Carthage, Missouri Maxine Beard North Little Rock, Arkansas George Ronnekamp Juanita, Nebraska Velma Lee Snell Bethany, Oklahoma Elaine Ewing Bethany, Oklahoma Marie Blakely Stillwater, Oklahoma Frank Lucas Topeka, Kansas Billie Vann Woodville, Oklahoma Lila Fay Gregory Clovis, New Mexico Margaret Brient Minyard Bethany, Oklahoma Olga Rhea Jones Duncan, Oklahoma Mary Hanna Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Lo Anna Wallcot Oakland, Oklahoma Mildred June Douglas Bethany, Oklahoma Theda Darden Guymon, Oklahoma

We haven't time to make a rhyme: Our po1路tholes, bunks, and doors Are full of work that we can't shirkWe're SCHOLARLY SOPHOMORES .

With a retrospective view of our last year's grades, we feel the need to make some changes, and with the lessons learned in the childish experiences of our freshman year, we have turned our thoughts to the more serious matters of study, industry, and thrift. In a business sense, we are looking forward to the time when we shall be needing money. We are proud that we have begun working to that end by selling candy, peanuts, and pennants to the gullible passengers and crew on board. In a scholastic sense, we are looking forward to the time when we shall graduate. Therefore we have taken on a studious atmosphere fitting t o college sophomores. One of our sophomores, doing research in etymology, discovered that the word sophomore comes from the two Greek words "sophos", meaning 'wise' or 'educated', and "moros" meaning 'moron' or 'fool'. Putting them together, we have the word "sophomore", meaning 'educated moron' or 'wise fool'. With this research on the part of our class, we feel we should be given the rightful honor of upper classmen.

RAYMOND H Kingman K URN Cl ' ansas ass pTesident

DR. LS T路 CoRLETT ponsor

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Mary Ellen Naylor Bethany, Oklahoma Emmett Carter Okmulgee, Oklahoma Mable Shields Nash, Oklahoma Jerry McCla in Bethany, Oklahoma Virginia Tidwell Bethany, Oklahoma

Morris Chalfant D a n ville, Illinois Alice Walden Ford, Kansas Clelon Chisum Center, Texas Jean Winans San Antonio, Texas P reston Theall Silsbee, Texas Elfrieda Shellenberger Wichita, Kansas Dana Ma y Tahlequah, Oklahoma Ernestine Theus Bethany, Oklahoma Elward Green Durant , Oklahoma Guyon Yarbrough Bethany, Oklahoma

Kenneth Vogt Bethany, Oklahoma El-eanor Fortner Bethany, Oklahoma M a ry Ruth Hale Kan sas City, Misso uri Virginia Bebout Anthony, Kansas E verette Walden Ford, K ansas Mildred Jones Carnegie, Oklahoma Trafton Williams Little Rock, Arkansas Louise Buttram P almetto, Florida Leonard Harper Bethany, Oklahoma Kathleen McAnally Colorado Springs, Colorado Don Messer McAllen, T exas Lydia Garrett Bethany, Oklahoma Genev ieve Boone Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Mild1路ed Willis Amarillo, Texas Everette G arrison Bethany, Oklahoma

Marjorie Davis Clearwater, Kansas Kenneth Alexander Hutchinson, Kansas June Esther Peck, Kansas Marvin Pace Antlers, Oklahoma Lynette Corbin Marshall, Texas

Raymond Davis Bethany, Oklahoma Roseva Babcock Hutchinson, Kansas Doreen Schott Hutchinson, Kansas Lora Shaw Bethany, Oklahoma Wayne Cozzens Capitan, New Mexico Vera Black Bethany, Oklahoma Charles Spicer Hazelton, Kansas Ruth Johnson Hugo, Oklahoma Howard Allen McRae, Arkansas Audrey Miller Winfield, Kansas

Ramoth Berry Taylor Bethany, Oklahoma Richard Hutchens Tishomingo, Oklahoma Aline Olive Port Arthur, Texas Robert Norvell Bethany, Oklahoma Elaine Ramick El Dorado, Arkansas

Aden Crager Ballinger, Texas Erma Sears Smith Center, Kansas Miriam Willingham Olivet. Illinois Chris.tina Hamerstrom Bethany, Oklahoma Otha Nixon Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Douglas Elliott Carnegie, Oklahoma C. G. Miller Bethany, Oklahoma Erliene Brunkau Elkhart, Kansas Emery MeR ynolds W oodstone, Kansas Naomi Eagan Bethany, Oklahoma

N aomi Couchman Bethany, Oklahoma Jettie Hair Wichita F alls, Texas Elizabeth Boyd Fort Worth, Texas

Ma rg a ret King Dona lsonville, Georgia Weldon M artindale Betha ny, Oklahom a Mar y Ca ther ine Jay Oklahoma City, Oklahon>a Paul B a tchelder Kansas City, K a n sas L ois Stockett Bethany, Oklahom a Roy Va n Arsdel Bethany, Oklah oma Mildred E m berton Glade wa ter, Texas Lucille Pritchett Bethany, Oklahoma Mir iam Shor t Mcintosh Betha ny, Oklahoma Earl D a rden Betha ny , Oklahoma

Lula M ae Black Bet hany, Okla h oma D a r w in Fauss Bethany, Oklaho m a Elaine Stone Burrton, Kansas Herschel Meredith Phoenix, Arizon a Ro salind Bridge Clevela nd, Ok lahoma

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MELOD Y MEM ORIES: "An Apple for the Teacher"-Bill Fisher to Prof. Floyd "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair"-Norma Jean Tharp "Does Your Heart Beat for Me''- Vernon Hodges "If God Left Only You"- Kyle Crist "I Love You Truly"-Margaret Minyard "Alice Blue Gown"-Mrs. Crill "It Makes No Difference Now"- Gene Hoskinson "Billy Boy"-Bill Gronemyer "Romance"-Royse Wilson and Evelena Barber "Barnacle Bill the Sailor"-"General" Lee "We're Shovin' Right Off"-Ralph and Beatrice Carland "Bells of the Sea"-Juanita Myers and Grace Bugh "I'll Never Love Again"-Betty Lorette "I Was Just Dreaming Out Loud"-Jimmie Forman "San Antonio Rose"-Jean Winans "My Wild Irish Rose"-Ruby Lee Myers "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing"-Ramon Unruh "I've Got No Use for the Women"-Everette \Valden "She'll be Coming Around the Mountain"- Mildred Jones "Faithful Forever"-Marion Chapman "Chopsticks"-Olga Rhea Jones "You Made Me Love You"-Adana Moore "I Hear a Rhapsody"- Gladys Lusk "The Old Rocking Chair"- Elaine Stone

I'M SE--RI--OUS-Here is a fellow who needs no introduction. One who is well known for his droll humor and his su-pe-rior understanding of current affairs. One who is beloved and respected by all the stu dents and faculty . Ladies and gentlemen, we present for your observation Professor F red "Kaltenborn" Floyd, news commentator deluxe of Bethany-Peniel College. Incidentally, Professor F loyd is the "prof" of History and if anyone desired to understand the significance of 1492, or the continuity of history, or should he wish to develop his interest in nationalism, then the remedy for this acute type of illness cou ld be prescribed in a few simple words. Shake well, take free ly, at least three times a week, a class in history under Professor Floyd. This is a cure or your money refunded. You shall be free from this time, henceforth, and forevermore cured of all symptoms of that disease known as "history phobia". N . B. A semester of prevention is worth four semesters of cure ! Be wise!

We sing a song as we sail along; We're thirty leagues at sea.

We love our class, w e know we'll pass, We 're JAUNTY JUNIORS free .

What though the seniors travel first -class? Soon they must go ashore and we shall take their place. But in the true spirit of giving them a good send-off for their permanent shoreleave, we gave them a banquet by which they can always remember their fellow passengers, the Jaunty Juniors . After three years of patchwork studying, we've learned the art and have found that we have time for other activities to say nothing of reclining in the deck chairs to watch the ocean waves play in the sun, or sitting at the fountain sipping ice cream sodas. First semester, we presented as our junior play "The Spider", and on the ship's gymnasium floor we have cut a dashing figure. In scholastic records we have presented a good account and have kept ourselves shipshape in the other activities of the college. At the end of our freshman year in college, we were not sure we wanted to come back to school; in the sophomore year we were not sure we could come back; but as juniors we've made it with flying colors, and we know we'll be back next year to finish our degrees.

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MRS.SCAROL

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CLASS JAMES FoRMA MARION N WILLIS S HAPMAN NOWBARGER

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OFFICERS Vice-pr S est'd ent ecretar'!J Student 路c ouncrl. R epresentative

Top Row- Jam es Forman, Ma gnol ia, Mi ssissippi ; :\ia ri on Corlell Chapman , Bethany, Oklahoma; Willi s Snowbarger, Sylvia , Kansas; Vida Isham , Meade, Kansas ; Lyman Wood, Erick, Oklahoma. Bottom R ow- .T uanita Myers, Blackwell , Oklahoma; Jack Welty, Bethany, Oklahoma; Adana Moore, Dallas, Texas; Harold Walker, Oklahoma City, Okla路 homa; Evalena Barber, Cherryval e, Kan sas. T op Row-Ralph S impso n, Beth any, Oklahoma ; Margaret Glynn Wyman , Bethany, Oklahoma; William Ellis Gilbrea th , Den路 ver, Colorado ; Frances No rthcutt, Crystal City, Texa ; Claude Wann, Shelb yvill e, Arkansas. Center Row- Ivalee Bol erja ck, Bartl esvill e, Oklahoma ; Clifton S umm ers, :\1aud, Oklahoma ; Rena Ma e Cowa n, Wi ster, Oklahoma; Roy Darden, Sharon, Okla. homa; Bernice Garri so n, Bethany, Okl ahoma. Bottom Row- Richard Littrell, Bea trice, Nebraska ; Co ra Lee Dixon, Ardmore, Oklahoma; Mendell Smith , Bethany, Oklahoma ; Vada Lee Beard, Bet hany, Oklahoma; Lawrence Fish, Oklahoma Cit y, Oklahma.

Top Row~-Ve rnon Hodges, Kansas City, Missouri; Ernestine Horn McClain, Bethany, Oklahoma; Edward Taylor, Shreveport, Louisiana ; Helen Hearn Taylor, Bethany, Oklahoma; Charles Taylor, Bethany, Oklahoma. Bottom Row- Mary Jane Shropshire, McPherson, Kansas ; Conley Pate, Vilonia, Arkansa s ; Naomi Gray, Pasadena, California; Melvin Cleveland, Ci sco, Texas ; Lucille Long, San Antonio, Texas. Clar¡ence Coâ&#x20AC;˘.tolr , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Erlene Duckett, Waco, Texas ; Maurice Pardue, Loving, New i\Iexico; Top Rol"v J osephin e Scoggin, Beatrice, Nebraska; Edward DeBoard, Bethany, Oklahoma. Center Row- Jo Graham, Telephone, Texa s ; Ernes t Moore, Waco, Texas ; Thressa F elts, Shawnee, Oklahoma; Roy Howell, Vona, Colorado; Elizabeth Gaines, Clarksvill e, Tennessee. Bottom Row- Charles Wilson, Waukee, Iowa; Grace Bugh, Omaha, Nebraska; Nel son Johnson , Frederi ck, Oklahoma; Laura Grace Roberts, Pilot Point, Texas ; Lander Cleveland, Bethany, Oklahoma.

Vern on Coo dy Beth any, Oklah oma

El zora Cooner Ja sper, Alaba ma

Rose Marie Roe ber Pittsburg, Ka nsas

Wilma Yeager Imb oden, Arkan sas

Sadie Va ughan Bethan y, Oklahoma

Doil F elts Shawnee, Oklahoma

Floyd Smi th Bet han y, Oklahoma

As Others See Us A glance at the college campus seems t o r eveal a play gr ound for sports and social activities of y outh eager to b e entertained . But to the t eacher , who through the passing of years sees generations of students t ak e their four years' stroll through the college halls, t l1e college campus is life- abundant and full of opportunities. Here is life to be m olded an d shaped and guided into useful channels of living. Of course t her e are students to whom college life is superficial and anythin g but serious , but always through it all lingers the hope in the heart of the t eacher that y oung red-blooded life will catch an inspiration to m eet life's challenges w ith the best that Christian manhood and womanhood can give. There is something intangible but r eal in youth that inspires the teacher in his work- it is a consecrated aspiration to do some \vorthwhi le service for humanity supported by that -quality of inexperience which causes youth. to forget to make provision for failu re or reverses in life. The students of Bethany-Peniel College with clean living and Christian ideals will n ot fail those who are depending on them-Christian character w ill march on. - Professor Clarence E. Grothaus

WAN TED

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A GAS MASK!

Pheue-e-e-w - Someone must have thrown a ''stink bomb". No it's just Dr. Grothaus' chemistry class making "rotten egg" gas again. They have the bad habit of perfuming the uttermost recesses of our science building with that lovely, delicate, flower-like odor at the most inopportune moments . However , genius must make itself "smell" I guess, so we just have to tolerate the scents. We introduce to you friends a first-class gentleman and a "regular fellow" Dr. Clarence Grothaus, head of our chemistry department. He is a shy, reserved fellow who never has a whole lot to say, but when he does say something you know it's good. He has a brilliant mind, a host of good ideas, and a knack for taking the ever dreaded subject of chemistry and making it vitally interesting. If y ou don't know Dr. Grothaus, you are missing a real friend, and if you don't like chemistry, take it and he will make y ou like it .

We're on top deck, we demand respect, There's none who can surpass;

We write our name in the halls of fam e THE " FORTY-ONE" SENIOR CLASS.

SOCIALLY: nearly half of us got married or were married already. In the first semester we had a party open only to first -class passengers. Last semester we w ere guests of honor at a banquet given by the second-class passengers and were invited for a lovely dinner one evening with the captain of our ship. ATHLETICALLY: the first-class passengers won the softball championship, played in the finals in tennis , and came out with honors in basket ball, track and touch ball. The t wo all-school athletes, chosen by vote of the student body , were first-class seniors. MUSICALLY : many of our top deck passengers were featured in a cappella, orchestra, :o: olos, t rios, and quartettes. Many are accomplished musicians. Five of our seniors gave fine arts graduation recitals. SCHOLASTICALLY: many high-point students of ou r ship come from top deck. S even first -class passengers are members of the undergraduate honor society and some of these are graduating with cum laude , magna cum laude, or summa cum laude honors. ACTIVELY: w e took a side excursion to Mexico City . We presented the finest play of t he y ear, " The Product of The Mill," and gave an outstanding gift to the school. Firstclass passengers hold many of the best office s in the school: editor of the ReveilLe Echo , president of the student council, secretary of the student cou ncil, editor of the A rrow, president of the men's gospel team. Seven members of the senior class were among the nine elected to Who's Who among Students in American Colleges and Universities. As land hoves in sight, w e stand on deck with our diplomas in one hand and the confidence of a conqueror in our ey es. We, the first-class passengers, shall be the first to go ashore to try our arts upon the world, for we are the seniors of 1941.

HOYLE T Char lotte , N orth ROMAS Car

1. Cl ass PTe st.dent o rna

MR . AND MRS 路 B 路 M C a - sponsors .

CLASS JOHN G

ED R.OBERTS LADYS LusK JESSY E COLLINS B AZIL HIGHLEY

OFFICERS Vice -pTesident SecTetaTy TTeasuTe1路 Student c ounctl. Ro ~ pTesentative

H

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TH Ol\1.\S, Tb.B.

Gr.ADYS Lus K, B.F.A .

Cha rlolle, North Carolin a

\"il oni a, Arka nsas

J !ajor: R eligio us edu catio n

,]} aja r: Public school music

ACTIVITI ES :

_, CTfl !TIES :

Presid ent seni or class Vice-president juni or class Seni or pla y Who's Wh o R eveill e E cho Me n's gospel team

R eve ill e Echo Wh o's Wh o Seni or play Arrow sta ff Sec retary se ni o r class H abby : Cooker y

Hobb y : Athl eti cs

M AR J O RIE ( HO OK S fhH E R.

B.F.A. Beth a ny, Oklah oma

Bethany, Oklah oma

M ajor: Public sch ool m usic

II ajar : R eligiou s education

\VtLLIA ~ I Ft S II Ell ,

ACT IVITIE S :

Th .B.

ACTIVITIES :

Stud ent co un cil sec reta ry A cappella Senior play Who's Who Ladi es quartett e Honor society

Presid ent stu dent co un cil 路In strum ental qu artette Seni or pla y A Cappell a Who 's Who Mal e qu artett e

-Hob by: S napshots

Hobby : Mu sic

B AZII. HIGIILEY , Th .B .

::\f AHJOHI 拢 WtHE L En ,

::\1elrose, New l\fex ico

::\farshall , Texas

,]} ajar: R cligio11 s ed ucation

.lfajor: History

ACTII'ITIES :

A CTIVITIES :

H onor soc iety Wh o's Wh o :Men's gospel team Mini sterial assoc ia tion Hobb y : Col lectin g odd quo tati ons

A. B.

Wh eel er go pel tea m B Club H obby : Co ll ect in g poe ms

JESS YE

COLLIN '

B.F.A .

J oT-IN

EowAHD R oBERTS,

Ca pit an, New l\Iexico

P ilot P oi nt, Texas

Major: Public school music

Major: Chemistry

ACTl \ !TIES :

ACTIV!TlES:

A ca ppell a Who 's Who Best Gi rl Athl ete Treas m er ~e n io r cla ss Lad ies qu arte tt e Se ni or pla y

H obby: Collec tin g proverb s

Best Man Athlete B Club Ali -sc hool ba s ket-ball Se nior play Orch estra R eveille Echo

H obby: Agric ulture

ALLEN BHESEE MILLEH, Th.B. Wichita Falls, T exa s

EVELYN LITTRF.Ll., A.B. Bea t rice, Nebra ska

ill ajor: R eligious educa tion

Major : English

ACTIV ITIES:

ACTI\' IT IES:

Ed itor R eve ill e Echo A ca ppella H onor society Coll ege Qu een Wh o's Who Seni or play

Editor Arrow A ca ppella Sen ior play Ma le q uart ett e Wh o's Wh o Orchestra

H obby: P er so nalities

Hobb y: P oetry

KYLE

hERS CIUST, A.B . Bethany, Okl a homa

WESLEY FRA NKL! \' Clw<T, k B. Bet ha ny, Okla homa

Major: Speech

Major: H istory

ACTIVITIES:

ACTIV ITIES :

Arrow staff Junior play R eveille Echo staff M ix ed cho ru s School so ng co mm ittee

Hobb y : Writing

Presid e nt me n's gospel tea m R eveille Ec ho staff M ixe d choru s Co-stage mana ger senior play Mini ste ri a l associ at io n Arrow staff

Hobby: Ph otogra ph y

A.B.

D A ' YARBRO UG H, A .B.

BLAN CH E VA UGH N,

Be than y, Okl a homa

Atoka, Okla homa

Jl![ajor: Chem istry

Ma jor: History

ACTI VITI ES:

ACTIVITI ES :

B Club All-sch oo l bas ket-b all

H obby: S po rts

A.B.

B Club Honor society Philh a rmonic choral Athl e tic direc tor Bi g S ister Club

H obb y: Tra ve l

DonTH A B EY ILL, Th .B. Gr iffith ville, A rk a nsas

CLAUDE WI-IIT E, Th .B. Durant, Okl a homa

Ma jor : R eligio us educa tion

Majo r : R eligious edttcation

ACTIV ITI ES: ,\ CTI V ITIE S :

P res ident wo men's gospel team M ini steri al associa ti on Prayer a nd fa stin g l ea g ue B Club H onor soc iety Secreta ry mi ss iona ry soc ie ty

Men's gospel team M ini steri a l associat ion

H obby : Rad io

H ob by : Co ll ectin g recipes

CEC I L M tL LE R, Th.B. Blackwell , Oklahoma

P AU LA WHITENEH, A.B . Dun ca n, Oklah oma

Jl! ajor: R eligious education

M.ajor: German

ACTIVITIES:

ACT IVITI ES:

Who's Wh o Orches tra In strumental qua rtette Pres ide nt stud ent co un ci l '40 .T unior pl ay R eveille Echo staff

H obb y : Ma trimony

Senior pl ay Wh eele r gospel Lea rn Y.W .C.A . cabinet H onor society Mi ssiona ry soc iety

Hob by: Ga rdenin g

A.B.

W ic hita , Kan sas

DAviD CoRLETT, Th.B. Be thany, Oklah oma

Major: Philosophy

i'vlajor: R eligious edncation

ACTI VITIES :

ACTIVITI ES :

GLADYS WILLIA ) I S,

B Club Prope rty com mittee for seni or play Glee club Hobby : :\Iu sic a pprecia ti on

Orchestra President junior class '39 Co.sta ge mana ge r senior play ;\'len's go spel team Mini sterial assoc iation H obby : C urre nt e ve nts

VAL DA MAE WADD LE,

H u ~L

CnAWFOilD, Th.B. C ushing, Oklahoma

Major: Speech

.llajor: R eligious edncation

ACTIVIT IES :

ACT IVITI ES :

Ju n ior play

Me n's go spel team Mi ni sterial assoc iati on Prayer a nd fasting lea g il e Stu dent cou ncil President junior class S igma Phi

H obby : Salt a nd pepper sha ker coll ecti on

Hobb y : Coll ectin g "q uo tes" from famou s men

J u AN ITA

Co o K, A. B. T ip ton, Okl a homa

CARL D UFFY, Th.B.

Major : English

Ma jor: R eligious edttcation

ACT!\'! TIES :

ACTIVITIES :

Pro perty comm illee se nior play Vice路presid e nt Wheeler gospel team Prayer and fa sting lea gu e Ho bby : Coll ect in g sal t and pepper sh akers

A.B.

Da ll as, T exa s

We st S unbur y, P enn syl va nia

Seni or pl ay Men's gospel team lVIini sterial association Bryan literary so ciety Shakespearea n class ic players Hobby : P oetry

A.B. Bet hany, Oklahoma

MYHTLE WR!BORG HILL ,

M ajor : Speech

Major: H isto ry

ACTIV ITIES:

ACTIVITIES :

P A uL CoRL ET T ,

A.B.

Be thany, Oklaho ma

All-school so ftball Senior play Juni or play Speech reci ta 1

Glee Club Hobb y : Collect ing vase;

Hobby : Dramati c;o

Beth any, Oklahoma

W ILLIS LAMBEnT, Th.B. Bethany, Oklahoma

Major: English

Major: R eligious education

ACTIVITIES:

ACTIVI TI ES:

DonoTHY NOil\ELL.

A.B.

Sen ior pla y M iniste ri al associat ion Reveille Echo staff Glee cl ub Men's go spel team Orchestra

Sen ior play H obb y : Se wing

Hobb y : At hl eti cs

B.F .A . Orlando, Oklah oma

R o Y ~ ÂŁ AKI' , Th.B. Yukon , Oklah o ma

ELIZABETH LEE.

illajor : R eligiou s edu cat ion

Major : Piano

1\CT IVITI ES :

ACTIVITIE S :

Men's gospel team M ini sterial a;soc iati on H obby : Tra vel

B Clu b P iano recital Honor soc iety Hobby : l\lu sic

~ crapbook

Bt-:ATHICE

HI N DS CAilLAND,

A.B. Bethany, Oklah oma

Th.B. Bethany, Oklahoma

R ALPH CAHLAND,

Major : R eligious edu cation

Major: Histo ry ACTl\'lTIES : ACT IVITIES :

Secretary junior class Wom en's gospel tea m H obby: Kni ck Knacks

Orchest ra Junior play l\linisteria l associati on \fen's gospel team Hobby : Coll ectin g religiou< clippin gs

A.B. Littl e Ro ck, Arka nsas

PA U L CHAPMAN ,

Th .B. Bethany, Oklahoma

SYB L E GHtS SOM,

Major: R eligiou s education

!Vlajor: English

ACTIVITIES:

AC TI\'ITIES :

M ini sterial associati on Se ni or play Men's gospel tea m H obby :

Coll ectin ~

LOI S Y AHBH OUGH,

Wheeler Gospel team Bud Robinso n H all co un cil Ho bb_v : Post card s

co in s

B.F ..\.

Betha ny, Oklahoma

A.B. Bethany, Ok1ahoma

Major : Public sch ool music

J\1! ajor : Philosophy

ACT !\ !TIES :

ACTIV ITIES :

Senior pla y Mixed chor us Gl ee club Hob by : What-not s

Do uG L AS R ror'>cs,

A capp ell a Se ni or play Hobby : Coll ectin g co in s

LA VER NE A NS TINE, A.B .

Kan sas City, Kan sas

M ajar: English ACTIVIT IES:

Gl ee cl ub Mixed choru s Vice路 president Christian Workers Presid ent mi ssionary band Ladi es quartette Hobb y : Coll ectin g poems

The goal of which we dreamed as freshmen , to which we aspired as sophomores, and to which we looked forward as juniors, has been reached. To the faculty, to our fathers and mothers , and to the board of trustees. we say thank you. To the fellow students left behind we leave our hopes, sorrows, joys, and aspirations, and say. "Do your best." The gangplank has been drawn, for ever separating us from our college days. Now we must direct our steps over the hills of the unknown continent of life, and to y ou, our college friends , classmates, and teachers, we say AU REVOIR.

Review-All Hands On Deck! September 10-Convocation September 12- Bethany High School play "Saturday Evening Ghost" September 13- Fine Arts Faculty Program September 17-All-school party between Gym and Ad September 24-Motorcade

US;. Building Bl:rHANY. PEN lEi. . ._ 路路 _.. c.GE ;,:,;, . JSethil'lY,--Oklahoma

September 24-29- Western Oklahoma Assembly , Oklahoma City September 30-Junior Play cast chosen October

3-Senior and junior class parties

October

7-11- Freshman initiation

October

8-B Club Banquet

October 11--Freshman-sophomore party October 14-A Cappella party-Flathead Club October 19- Marge Fisher and Lottie Roberts won tennis doubles October 21-Aycock Lectures-S. T. Ludwig, speaker October 26-All-school Halloween party October 31-Revival-Ray Hance November 15-Junior play-"Spider Web" November 15-17-Leap weekend N ovember 18-Honor Society party November 19- First Lyceum program-Harry C. White, scientist November 22-Fine Arts Program November 25-Girls B Club banquet November 27-Thanksgiving holidays December

2-Classes begin

December

6-J amboree

December 10-Senior class party December 15-Christmas Cantata December 20-Christmas holidays begin January

6-School begins

January

?-Opening of basket-ball season

January

9-Echo Staff party

January 10-Elizabeth Gaines recital-Bugh assisting January 14- Second Lyceum program-"Marching Men of Song" January 20- Finals January 23-Boys go to Olivet January 28-Second semester opens with miscellaneous I Fine Arts program

All Hands On Deck! - Continued February

3-Aycock Lectures-0. J. Nease

February

3-4-Board of Regents meeting

February

7-J oint fine arts recital-A Cappella and Orchestra

February 13-Junior class party-Camp Ione F ebruary 14- Third Ly ceum program-"Ritz Trumpeteers" F ebruary 14- Valentine formal dinner February 21-Senior class play-"Product of the Mill" F ebruary 23- A Cappella went to Hutchinson February 26-B Club selected all-school team F ebruary 28-0livet basket-ball team-guests March

6-J essye Collins recital

March 15-Marge Fisher, Paul Corlett-recital March 16-23-A Cappella tour March 24-27- Preachers' meeting-Chapman and Nease, special speakers March 27 to April 6- Revival April

8- Virginia Bebout, Olga Rhea Jones-recital

April 11-Margaret Dunn, Roy Van Arsdel-recital April 18-Track April 18-Elizabeth Lee-recital April 23- Senior comprehensive examinations April 25-Departmental play May

2-Piano festival

May

9-Bethany High School facult y play

May

2-10-Senior trip

May

9-10-Junior trip

May 15-Junior-senior banquet May 24-Commencement begins May 24-Fine Arts program May 25-Baccalaureate-D. S. Corlett, speaker May 27-Alumni day May 28-Graduation-J. Glenn Gould, speaker

Harbours I think of harbours when the day is done And clouds of silver fret the tawny West ; Bee to the hive, bird to the hidden nest, Heart to its home in vessels one by one Quick to the waiting quay ; while ships of gray With wind-torn sails, in great boats dark as night, Mo v e quietly and round the harbour light To drop their anchors in the friendly bay.

I think of harbours peaceful in the sun When old folks pass with hairs white as wool, Knowing a perilous voyage is almost done , Knowing they seek a harbour beautiful Where they shall lay aside life's clumsy oar, Nor wind nor wave shall hurt them anymore. - John R. Moreland

Activities Aboard

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• • • on the Be thany-Peniel College campus!

Flashes From

Campus Life!

All-S chool Basketball Team R. Nye

W . Cozzens

R. Littrell

M. Chalfant John Ed Roberts D. Yarbrough E. Garrison

E. Gilbreath

W. Snowbarger

M. Cleveland

Competition on the hardwood was exceptionally keen this year with a host of thrilling games resulting. Class rivalry was at a high pitch and crowds watched each contest with interest. Four evenly matched teams battled for the championship, with the favored sophomores capturing the coveted trophy. An underrated junior team nudged the seniors for second place, with the frosh bringing up the rear. Ten players were elected to this year's All-School Team because of their all-round ability and fair play. Those elected were John Ed Roberts and Daniel Yarbrough, seniors; Dick Littrell, Melvin Cleveland, Willis Snowbarger, and Ellis Gilbreath, juniors; Wayne Cozzens, Morris Chalfant, and Everett Garrison, sophomores; Robert Nye, freshman.

BASKETBALL Name Sophomores Juniors Seniors Freshmen

W 7 5 4 2

STANDINGS L 2 4 5 7

Per .778 .556 .444 .222

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• • • Place wheTe stalwaTt physiques aTe builded

OUR BEAUTIFUL GYMNASIUM RETROSPECTION

FatheT Tim e, FatheT Time , ReveTse youT mad flight. Could I, could I Be granted the thTill Of Te -living that happy night,

RaptuTous joy, rapturous joy Would be my delight. Could I, cov-ld I In college be still L iving that gloTious twilight. -"Sea Breezes"

Memory shall never let fade from us the most enjoy able seasons of strolling arm in arm along the beautiful campus ways. We talked of countless things . T here were expessions of deep devotion; secrets were confided; dreams were built; while Dan Cupid held kingly sway. Yes , we were lost in dreams of the future, and perhaps even somewhat intoxicated by zeph yrs of spring-laden, flower-scented air. Fond memories fade, but never disappear. Brighter they grow as the polish from the sands of Time does its work. That which is left has fashioned itself into perfect dreams. -"Sea Breezes"

College was grand ...... wasn't it!

Men's ~~ B" CIub PRESIDENT

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John Ed RobeTts Conley Pate

Athleticall y speaking, this year has been one of keen interest and competition. This has been brou ght about largely b y the fine supervision of the "B" Clubs. One of their extra curricular activities was the sponsoring of the "Everybody Play Basketball" on Saturday nights. There was really a lot of fun and a most enthusiastic participation by a large majority of students. Then the J amboree, the game w ith Olivet, as well as the lively inter-class games, made a very full year for all concerned. The interest manifested by the students shows that the club program was more t h an worthwhile.

Women ' s ~~ B" CIub P RESIDENT

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J essye Collins

V ICE - PRESIDENT

B lanche Vaughn

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MaTjoTie WheeLe T

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Softball

Although softball is not considered a major sport, it nevertheless holds the spotlight in the fall recreational program. This king of all sports furnishes recreation and entertainment to the students and faculty of Bethany P eniel College, and this year was no exception. Starting with a blinding blaze of speed, the senior team rode in the Championship Chariot from the beginning. They fully lived up to the preseason dope predictions as they suffered but a lone defeat during the ninegame schedule. Entrenched soundly in second place was the sophomore t eam with six victories and three defeats . The juniors and freshmen handicapped by weak pitching staffs were tied for last place with two wins and seven defeats each.

THE ALL-S CHOOL TEAM As a merit for their fine performance throughout the season, the "B" club along with class athletic directors elected the following men to positions on the All-School Team: Paul Corlett, Senior Willis Snowbarger, Junior John Ed Roberts , Senior Dick Littrell, JuniOT Daniel Yarbrough, Senior Cecil Miller, Senior Hoy le Thomas, Senior Wayne Cozzens , Sophomore Jimmie Messer, Freshman Morris Chalfant, Sophomo1路e Roy Ingle, Freshman

Speaking of Tennis ME N' S SI NGLES

MEN 'S DOUBLES

Morris Chalfant is not only the flash iest but also one of the most outstanding racket wielders ever to hold the men's tennis singles crown at BethanyPeniel College.

Morris Chalfant teamed with Royce Wilson, to sweep through to victory in the doubles bracket after several hard-fought matches. Competition was extremely stiff from the start but slashing drives, effective returns, superb net play, along with smooth teamwork, fina lly routed all other aspirants to the title.

Demonstrating superb tennis that showed no faults, he combined a powerful driving game, both forehand and backhand, with a terrific net game that nearly blasted his opponents off the court. In the finals he conquered David Sharp 6-2, 6-1, 6-1 for the championship.

WOME N' S DO UBLES

WO MEN' S SINGLES

After a year's lay-off, Miss Laura Grace Roberts and Miss Marjorie Crooks again teamed together to capture the championship which they held two years ago. They comprised a well-rounded team and encountered little difficulty in ringing up their second championship triumph.

Miss Geneva Llewellyn kept the singles crown in the freshman class, where it has rested for the last three years, by upsetting Miss Miriam Willingham in three hard-fought sets 7-5 , 6-4, 6-4. Miss Llewellyn possessed a whistling service, booming drives, and a steady backhand. Her ease and accuracy on the court resulted in her tennis victory.

Basketeers Make

Congratulations-John Ed Roberts , for your distinctive, hard- won honors as Bethany-Peniel College's most valu able all-round gentleman contribution to our sports activities.

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Darwin Fauss Preston Theall Everett Garrison Leonard Harper

Everett Walden Kenneth A lexander Jerry McClain Morris Chalfant

JUNIORS Ellis Gilbreath Willis Snowbarger Vernon Hodges

James Forman Conley Pate Dick Littrell

SENIORS Hoyle Thomas Paul Cor lett Cecil Miller John Ed Roberts Dan Yarbrough FROSH Ed Bradley Robert Nye Delwin Hennessey Charles Brow ning

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Feminine Basketeers ~~ SHIVER

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Louise Buttram Jean ·w inans Mildred Jones

SOPHOMORES !GAIN!" Miriam Willingham Elfrieda Shellenberger Lavern Pate

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Marjorie Fisher Dortha Bevill Mary Smith Blanche Vaughn J essye Collins

Esther Lusk Mary Henderson Wilma Hedrick Idaleen Anderson Naomi Beiner Valeira Sharpton Teresa Spur lin

. ALL-STARS Blanche Vaughn Louise Buttram J essye Collins Naomi Beiner Mildred Jones Lavern Pate Dortha Bevill Teresa Spur lin Miriam Willingham

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Top Honors - to you, Miss J essye Collins, for your prowess in the realm of feminine athletics. We admire your capable qualities and sportsmanship.

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On Your Mark! Get Set! Go! One day each year is set aside for the men of Bethany-Peniel College to show their athletic prowess. This is known as Track and Field Day. With the coming of each spring new records are being written into the record books, and if good weather prevails, this year should be no exception. The grads of former days are reluctantly watching their marks fall one by one as new aspirants eagerly carry away top honors. The records at which they will be shooting this spring are as follows:

EVENT 50-yard dash 100-y ard dash 220-yard dash 440-yard dash 880-yard run 1-mile run 2-mile run 120-y d. high hurdles 220-yd. low hurdles 440-yd. relay Discus Shot put Hammer throw Pole vault High jump Broad jump

T ITLE HOLDER Curtis Smith Curtis Smith John Ed Roberts Ponder Gilliland Ellis Gilbreath Byron LeJeune Darwin Fauss Frank Fuson Frank Fuson Beta Harold Garrison Harold Garrison Robert Venable Milford Sadowsky Ponder Gilliland Wayne Sears

RECORD YEAR MADE 5.4 sec. 10.3 sec. 22.2 sec. 52.5 sec. 2:17.5 5:1.5 11:45.7 18.5 27.8 43.7 106'2" 46'10" 121 '5" 10'1 0" 5'51/2" 20'2 3/4"

1935 1933 1939 1939 1939 1932 1940 1940 1940 1935 1932 1932 1932 1937 1939 1940

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Dodson, Texas Akin, Roy se R. 520 Cedar Yukon, Oklahoma Alexander, Charles L. Bethany, Oklahoma Alexander, Kenneth L. 412 East Tenth St. Hutchin son, Kansas Allen, Howard F. Route No. 1 McRae, Arkan sas Alltop, Ruth E. 817 North Colleg e St. Bethany, Oklahoma Ander son, Troy A. 1605 Co le Wichita Falls, Texas Anderson, Idaleene Box 116

Abernathy, Texas Andrew, Constance S. Gravette, Arkansas Andrew, J. C. Portales, New Mexico Anstine, Laverne A. 722 Cypress Kansas City, Missouri Antr im, Patricia R.

300 N.W. Second St. Bethaf'ly, Oklahoma Atkins, Delores 319 North Hammond Bethany, Oklahoma Atkins, Jimmie A. 400 North Peniel St. Beth any, Oklahoma

- BBabcock, Rose ·a W. R.F.D . No. 3 Hutchinson, Kan sas Baker, Made line H. 3237 South Virgini a Oklahoma City, Ok lahoma Bales, Gerald ine E. 724 North Donald St. Bethany, Oklahoma Bales, Les!ie 724 North Donald St. Bethany, Oklahoma Ealsmeier, Albertina M. 309 West Second Hutchi nson, Kan sas Barb er, Evelena 200 West Sixth St.

Cherrvva le, Kan sas Batchelder, Paul J. 934 Gilmore l<ansas City, Kansas Beard, Maxine J. 613 West 22nd St. North Little Rock, Ark. Beard . Vada Lee 30:3 N.W. First Bethany, Oklaho'lla Bebout, Viroinia I.

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Biggers, Mildred Sue 115 North Asbury St. Bethany, Oklahoma Bishop, Joe Bresee 822 West Sixth St. Elk City, Oklahoma Slack, Lu la Mae 715 Hackberry Ave. Duncan, Oklahoma Black, Maxine M. 420 West Eighth St. Cordell , Oklahoma Black, Vera P. 114 North Redmond St. Bethany, Oklahoma Blakely, Marie E. 423 Duncan St. Still wa ter, Oklahoma B!a nton, Louise B. Fill more, Oklahoma Bobbitt, Raymond L. Ringling, Oklahoma Bo lerjack, Iva Lee 511 West Walnut Indep Pndence, Ka nsas Boone, Genevieve 1428 N.W . First Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Borchers, Viola E. Meade, Kan sas Bounds, Lu ci ll e 506 North Redmond St. Bethanv, Okl ahoma Bounds, G!enn W. 506 North Redmond St. Bethany, Oklahoma Boyd, Elizabeth A. Fort Worth, Texas Boyer, Helen N. 402 North W as~ i ngton El Dorado, Kan sas Bradley, Ed C. 1413 Okema Elkhart, Irdiana Bradshaw, Odell D. First Street Bethany, Oklahoma Bradshaw, Sophia M. 1325 W. Colorado Ave. Arkansas Citv. Kansas Brannon, Riley 405 Baltimore Piainview. Texas Brasher, Mil ton W. 515 Lew is St. Lake Charles, Loui siana Bridge, Ro sa lind J. Route No. 1 Clevol and, Oklaho11a Bridgeman . Marv E. Ponca City, Okl ahoma Bri scoe, Paul V. Route No. 2 Ponca City, Okl ah om a Briscoe, Velma Lee S. Bethanv, Oklahoma Brown, Bernadine M. Vin son, Oklahoma Brown, Betty Ann Box 9 Comanche, Oklahoma Brown, Dona ld I. 200 North Hammond St. Bethany, Oklahoma Brown, Ro ~ce W. 200 North Ham mond St. Bethany, Oklahoma Brown, Maggie E. Bethany, Oklahoma Browning, Charles J . 1667 ~outh Fares Ave. Eva nsvi II ~. Indiana Brunkau, Erl iene R. Elkhart, Kan sas Bri en, Rita 40 2 North Coll ege St. Beth any, OKlahoma Brient, Lavelle 409 North Main Blackwe ll , Oklahoma Buck, Lee A. Bethany, Oklahoma

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-CCalloway, Charlene E. 301 North Pen iel St. Bethany, Oklahoma Calloway, Hazel B. 301 North Pen ie' St. Bethan y, Oklahoma Cargill, Thorval P. 605 South Park Shawnee, Oklahoma Carland, Beatrice H. 201 North Co!leoe St. Bethany, Oklahoma Carland, Ralph C. 201 North Co! leae St. Bethany, Oklahoma Carl , Jennie L. 3015 West Twe lfth St. Lit tle Rock, Arkansas Cars on . Frances Vict.ory Drive Marshall , Te xas Carter, Elizabeth E. 108 North 23 'd St. Temple, Texas Carter, Joyce M. 218 South A Blackwe ll, Oklahoma Carter, Naomi Ruth Route No. 1 Lion s, Kan sas Carter, Walter M. 925 North Griffi n Okmulgee, Oklahoma Cart er, Emmett W. 1008 North Gr iffin Okmulgee, Oklahoma Chalfant, Morris D. 502112 Lafavette Dan vi lle, Illinois Ctl aplin, Frankie M. Bethany . Oklahoma Chaoman . Pau l B. 3.07 North College St. Betha"Y, Oklahoma Chapman , Marioo L. 307 North College St. Bethany, Oklahoma Cheek . Ann D. 724 East Thirteenth North l ittle Rock, Ark. Chisum, Cl•lon A. Cen ter. Texas Chrane, Frances E. Eldon, Missouri Chao! in, Anna Mae 407 North Red'11ond Bethany, Oklaho '11a Cleve land, Melvin C. Route No . 1 Ci sco, Te xas Cl e> ·e land. JPssie S. Route No. 1 Cisco, T~> xas Cleve laod . Lander G. Route No. 1 Cisco, TPxa s Close, Leone M. Kingsdown. Kan qs Cochran, Richard H. Mount View.. Missouri Collins, Jessye M. Box 13 Capitan, New Mex ico Colston, Rub y L. Route No. 3 . Box 269 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Coody, Don R. 405 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Coody, Vernon L. 405 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Cook, Jaunita N. Tipton, Oklahoma Cooner, Elzora A. Tenth Ave. Jasper, Alaba:na Cooper, Vi vian K. 203 N.E. Sixth St. Anadarko, Oklah oma Cooper, Sevi II a M. 203 N.E. Sixth St. An adarko, Oklahoma Corbin, Lynette E. 1305 North Bolliver Marshall, Texas Cordell, Frances Route No. 2 Waton 9a, Oklahoma Corlett, David S. Baker Apt s. Bethany, Oklahoma Corlett, J . Paul 205 North College St. Bethany, Oklahoma Corl ett, Rosabel! G. Baker Apts. Bethany, Oklahoma Corne lison, Ll oyd E. Route No. 8, Box 462 Dallas, Texas Cotton, Archie E. Route No. 1 Cu shina, Oklahoma Cotton, Clarence E. Box 4334 Okl ahoma Cit v. Oklahoma Cottoo, Ronald t. 1002 East Second Cu sh ing, Oklahoma Couchman, Naom i Jane 305 North Peniel Betha ny, Oklahoma Covey, Naomi D. 914 West College Blackwe ll , Okl ah om a Cowan, Rena Mae Wist er, Oklahoma Cozzens, Wayne P. Capitan , New Mexico Craqer, Ad en M. Rout e No. 2 Ballenger . Texas Cra wford, Huel B. Route No. 3 Cu shino, Oklahoma Cr ist, l<vle Myers Box 421 Bethany, Oklahoma Cri st, Welsey F. Bo x 421 Bethany, Oklah oma Curti s, H. M. Route No. 1 Telephone, Texas Curti s. Irene J. Bethany, Oklah oma Curti s, Juanel L. Tel ephone, Texas

- DDarden, Earl C. 103 South Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma Darden, Roy E. 103 South Asbury Betha nv, Oklahoma Darden. Ruth A. J 03 · South Asbury Bethanv, Oklahoma Darden, Th oda D. 103 South Asburv Bethany, Oklahoma Davis, Marjorie L. Box 194 Clearwater, Kan sas Davis, Ravmond D. 412 N.W. Second Beth any, Oklahoma

Davis, Raymond C. Box 194 Clearwater, Kansas Davis, Shelby M. 303 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Davis, Walter H. Olli ; et, Illinoi s Dawso n, Del la E. 604 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Day, Thelma 0. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma DeBoard , Chri stine G. Bethany, Oklahoma DeBoard, Edwa rd B. Bethany, Oklahoma DeGroodt, Lu cena G. 124 North Peniel Bethany, Okl ahoma Dixon, Cora Lee 126 E St. Ardmore, Oklahoma Dobson, Willis B. Jr. 113 West Second St. Bethany, Oklahoma Douglas, Mildred June 308 North Colleg e Bethany, Oklahoma Duckett, Erl ene D. 1114 North Fourth St. Waco1 Texas Duffy, Carl L. West Sunbury, Pa . DuFour1 Rom a Joy W il son, Oklahoma Duncan, Harley Handley, Texa s Dunn 1 Geneva L. At wood, Oklahoma Dunn, Margaret M. 309 N.W. Fourth Bethany, Oklahoma

- EEagan, Naomi B. South Dona ld Bethany, Oklah oma Elli ott, Douglas D. Bethany, Oklahoma Ely, Bonnie June 610 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Emberton , Mildred M. 619 Canfie ld St. Gladewa ter, Texas Emerson, La Ron Bethany, Oklahoma Esth er, June P. Peck, Kansas Et heridge, Estel L. 808 Johnson Amarillo, Texas Ewinq, El aine W. 206 N.W. Fi rst Bethany, Oklahoma

-FFain, Shirley D. 400 North Donald Bethany, Oklahoma Fauss, Darwin C. 514 North Coll ege Bethany. Oklahoma Feldman, Mildred N. Meade, Kansas Feldman, J. Floyd Meade, Kansa s Felts, Doil F. Ti shominoo, Oklahoma Fe!ts. Tressa Tishomingo, Okl ahoma Fish, La wrence D. Route No. 4 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Fisher, William C. Bethany, Oklahoma Fi sher, Mariorie C. Bethany, ·oklahoma Flack, Paul E. Dorset , Ohio Floyd, John H. 311 North College Bethany, Oklahoma

Floyd, Rachel 311 North College Bethany, Oklahoma Fopay, Fred C. l 06 East Wood Drumright, Oklahoma Ford, Sibyl L. 122 S.W. Main Bethany, Oklahoma

Foreman, James A. Magnolia, Mississippi Fortner, Eleanor 0 . Stop 14 & 50th St. Bethany, Oklahoma Franklin, Ruth D. Bethany, Oklahoma French, Gera ldine E. ll20 North Phil adelphia Shawnee, Oklahoma

Hall, Rudene E. 111 North Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma Hamerstrom, Cristina B.

105 S.W. First Bethany, Oklahoma Hammer, Vio la M. 705 North Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma Hamilton, Jack W. 104 West First Hays, Kansas Hanna, Mary A.

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Abilene, Texas Garrish, Frank F. 303 Gladstone

San Antonio, Texas Garrison, Bernice E. 607 North Donald Bethany, Oklahoma Garrison, Everrett W. 607 North Donald Bethany, Oklahoma Gi Ibert, Mary Sue 206 South Park St. Little Rock, Arkansas Gilbert, Martha Sue 206 South Park St. Little Rock, Arkansas Gilbreath, Ellis W. 3035 West 23rd Ave. Denver, Colorado Gish, Delbert Bethany, Ok lahoma Graham, Augusta T. Bethany, Ok lahoma Graham, Fern Telephone, Texas Graham, Mary G.

Telephone, Texas Graham, Nann ie Jo Telephone, Te xas Gray, Jennie M. 2205 Maple Wichita, Kansas

Gray, Naom i M. 61 North Hill Ave. Pasadena, California Green, Dorothy V. 109 West Jenkins El Reno, Ok!ahoma Green, Edward L. Route No. 1 Durant, Ok lahoma Greaory, Lila Fay 921 Davis St. Route 2 Clovis, New Mexico Gribble, Evelyn I. 927 West Main St. A11on Park, Fl orida Griffin, Gus A. Norman, Ok lahoma Grissom, Syble M. 1605 Battery St. Lillie Rock. Aarkansas Gronemyer, Bill W. 304 South Birch Wellington, Kansas

- HHair, Eddie C. 1203 Holliday St. Wichita Fall s, Texas Hair, Jellie L. 1203 Holliday St. W ichita Fa ll s, Texas Hale, Marv Ruth 4002 Clierlotte Ave.

Kansas City, Missouri Ha ll. Albert L. 108 West Ave. Box 385 Bethany, Oklahoma fla il , John B. Route No. 1 Lindsey, Oklahoma Hall, Maurice 111 North Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma

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109 N.W. Second Bethany, Oklahoma Harris1 Jo Ann 114 North Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma Harris, Ina Earlene 114 North Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma Harris, Wi lliam Henry Box 516 Wynona, Oklahoma Hedge, Charity B. 609 North College Bethany, Oklahoma Hedrick, Wilma M. Route No. 1 Canute, Oklahoma Henderson, Mary L. Iota, Loui siana Hennessey, Del win J. 405 North Kansas Roswell , New Mexico Hiohiey, Bazi l E. Melrose, New Mexico Hilliard, Dorothy M. 201 South 20th St. Temple, Texas Hill, Myrtle Wribourg Bethany, Oklahoma Hindman, Mary Dee Box 508 Lordsburg, New Mexico Hockin, Mary Box 641 Alvin , Texas Hodges, Floyd Vernon 2923 Troost Ave . Kansas City, Missouri Hodqes, Mary Katherine 126 West Symmes Norman, Oklahoma Honnell, Mary M. Lackesbura, Arkansas Hook, Beulah R. N.W. 36th & Go,eldine Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Horger, Wahnona R. Richfield, Kansas Ho~kinson, Euo~ne N. Route No. 2 Burtton, l<ansas House, Mary M. ~01 N.W. Second Bethany, Oklahoma House, Samuel L. 2326 S.W . J 6th Terrace Miami, Florida Housinqer, Earl H. Sylvia, Kansas Howell, Roy 0. Vona, Colorado Hoit, Harriette M. 3702 North 53rd St. Omaha, Nebraska Jiuber, Walter F. 4508 Du va l St. Austin, Texas Hughs, Madora 924 West Fourth Little Rock, Arkan sas Hurn, Raymond W. 915 North Cedar Kingman, Kansas Husky, Lorene G. 606 West Tenth St . Roswell, New Mexico Hutchens, Rich ards J. First St. Ti shomingo, Oklahoma

- lIngle, Roy G. 1059 Eustis Shreveport, Louisiana Ingrim, Buford J. 508 North Donald Bethany, Oklahoma Isham, Vida V. Box 321 Meade, Kansas

- JJarvis, Mary R. 804 North Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma Jay, Catherine M. 1732 East Park Place Ok lahoma City, Oklahoma Jenkins, Daph ne J. Tenth & Gardner Box 450A Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Jenkins, Virginia R. Tenth & Gardner Box 450A Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Johnson, Nelson D. Frederick, Oklahoma Johnson, Bernice M. Route No. 6, Box 36 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Johnson, Ruth V. 910 West Dalton Hugo, Okl ahoma Johnson, Wynona E. 307 N.W. Fourth St. Bethany, Oklahoma Jones, Billie Ann 307 North 13th Henryetta, Oklahoma Jones, Nadi 'l e D. 307 South Redmond Bethany, Oklahoma Jo11es, Vernon J. McRae, Arkansas Jooes, Mi ldred L. Route No. 2, Box 97 Carnegie, Oklahoma Jones, Olga Rhea 803 Elder Duncan, Oklahoma

- KKeene, Marjorie Route No. 1 Crowley, Loui siana Ki lmer, Flora N. Iota, Louisiana Ki l lough, Verna Rae Rout e No. 2, Box 96 Carnegie, Oklahoma King, Margaret I. Donalsonville, Georgia Kinsey, Audrey M. Box 1097 Wichita Fa!ls, Texas Kirkpatrick, Madelyn L. 820 East A Ave. Hutchinson, Kansas Kornegay, Wallace R. Route No. 6, Box 516A Dallas, Texas Krac ke, Katherean A. Route No. 3. Box 96 Beaumont, Texas Kracke, Ralph A. Route No. 3, Box 96 Beaumont, Texas Kromer, Bertha Round Mountain, Texas Kromer, Jonnie W. Round Mountain, Texas

-LLambert, Margaret K. Bethany, Oklahoma La mbert, Willis J. Bethany, Oklahoma Lance, Patsy R. 319 North Wheeler Bethany, Oklahoma Lantz, Vada Mae Seiling, Oklahoma Lee, Elizabeth S. Rou te No. 2 Orlando, Oklahoma Lewis, Clark H. Arnold, Nebraska

Littrell, Evelyn Mae 1214 Scott St. Beatrice, Nebraska Littrell , Richard E. 1214 Scott St. Beatrice, Nebraska Lill enas, Wendell H. Bethany, Oklahoma Llewel lyn, Gene .a F. 1333 East Tower Harlingen, Texas Long, Lou ise A. 600 East Valley Morrilton, Texas Long, Luci lie M. 210 Loraine San Antonio, Texas Lorette, Betty Jo 208 N. E. Main Bethany, Oklahoma Lucas, Frank S. 130 Western Ave. Top eka, Kansas Lu cous, Eva Mae W. 115 North Peniel Betha ny, Oklahoma Lu cous, Lester H. 115 North Peni el Bethany, Ok lahoma Lunn, Charles E. 1607 East 37th St. Kansas City, Missouri Lu sk, Esther M. Box 105 Vilonia, Arkansas Lu sk, Gladys Opal Box 105 Vilonia, Arkansas

- MMartindale, Weldon L. Bethany, Oklahoma Mau ldin, Arnwin W. 106 South Edmond Britton, Oklahoma May, Dana W. Route No. 1 Tah lequah, Oklahoma McAdams, George W. 1512 Lulu Wich ita, Kansas McAnna l ly, Kathleen 1322 West Pikes Peak Colorado Springs, Colo . McAl lan, Verdie M. 801 North Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma McC lain, Ernest i ne H. Bethany, Oklahoma McClain, Jerry B. Bethany, Oklahoma McCurry, Anita Ruth 507 North Red:nond Bethany, Oklahoma McCurry, Rae Janette 507 North Redmond Bethany, Oklahoma McDonald, Gayle I. 211 East Alcott Ave . Fergus Falls, Minnesota McG raw, Dorothy G. 4209 Avenue G Austin, Texas Mcintosh, Miriam Short 303 South College Bâ&#x20AC;˘thany, Oklahoma McKibbon, David R. J 790 North Woodbury Cleveland, Ohio Mclain, Charlotte A. 210 North Donald Bethany, Oklahoma Mclaine, Wanda Faye 312 N.W. 3rd St. B~>thany, Oklahoma McMahan, Joseph W. Bethany, Ok lahoma McMahon, Lew is 0 . Box T Post, Texas McMahon, Mi ldred Box T Post, Texas McNei ll v, Warren R. 106 N.E. Twe lfth St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma McReynosds, Emery L.

Route No. z Woodston, Kansas Mrador, Grace W. 601 North Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma

Melvin, Lu cy E. Box 999 Shafter, California Meredith, Herschel A. 713 West More land Phoenix, Arizona Meredith, Margaret W. Bethany, Oklahoma Messer, Bert E. 64 7 South GIen dora Glendora, California Messer, Don W. 521 South 12th McA l len, Texas Messer, Jimmie T. 15 South Tenth Duncan, Oklahoma Metzler, Laverne E. Custer City, Oklahoma Mi lburn, Leona L. Bethany, Oklahoma Milburn, Oda M. Bethany, Oklahoma Milby, Eudell W. Summerville, Kentucky Milby, Eu gene P. Summersville, Kentucky Mi ll er, Allen Bresee Bethany, Oklahoma Mil ler, Adolph P. 1619 West Ni nth St. Texarkana, Texas Miller, Audrey C. 1417 Ea st 12th Winfield, Kansas Mil ler, C. G. 113 North Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma Miller, Cecil W. 513 West McKinley Blackwell, Oklahoma Miller, Frank J. 1619 West Ninth St. Texarkana, Texas Minyard, Margaret B. Bethany, Ok lahoma Moore, Adana A. 427 West Clarendon Drive Dallas, Texas Moore, Ernest W. 1209 James Waco, Texa s Moore, Thomas E. 1209 James Waco, Texas Moraan, Alvin C. 7222 North 33rd St. Fort Smith, Arkansas Mullen, Belly E. 306 Butts Bldg. Wich ita, Kansa s Myers, Jaunita H. 538 West Oklahoma Blackwe ll , Oklahoma Myers, Ruby Lee 423 West Wilson Ave. Sherman, Texas

- NNay lor, Mary Ell en Route No. 3 Edmond, Ok lahoma Neal, Morris 207 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Nee ley, Caren 114 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Nixon, Otha J. Capitol Hill Station Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Northcut, Frances 0. 322 West Maverick Crystal City, Texas luorve ll, Dorothy L. 606 North Donald Bethany, Oklahoma ~Jorvell, Robert Dean 606 North Donald Bethany, Oklahoma rJye, Robert N. 1071/2 West Mi st Ave. Mishawaka, Indiana

- 00iive, Aline I. 2948 Ninth St. Port Arthur, Texas

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Reed, Elizabeth G. 530 North Hallistan St. Pasadena, California

Pace, Curtis L. Box 164 Antlers, Oklahoma Pace, Marvin J. Box 164 Antlers, Oklahoma

Reeves, Erma L.

Pardue, Maurice P. Drawe r F

Loving/ New Mexico Pardue, Bruce D. Drawer F

Loving, New Mexico Parmer, Fleming E. 1267 Van Buren

Beaumont, Texas Parrish, Herman L. 122 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Pate, Conley D. 313 N.W. Second St. Bethany, Oklahoma

Pate, Laverne B. 313 N.W. Second St. Bethany, Oklahoma

Patterson, Lewis W. Route No. 2 Abernat hy, Texas Patton, Clarence J. Route No. 5

Vici, Oklahoma Rice, Exa Y. Bethany, Oklahoma Rice, Mildred K. 208 North College Bethany, Ok lahoma Rice, Paul W. Bethany, Okl ahoma Rich ardson, N. Peggie 411 Clayton Ave. Poteau, Oklahoma Ridings, Dorothy M. 119 North Asbury Bethany, Ok lahoma Ridings, Douglas L. 119 North Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma Ridings, Joel Don 300 North Redmond Bethany, Oklahoma Rigg s, La Dona M. 108 North Mueller Bethany, Ok lahoma Roberts, Charles L.

Bloomington, Indiana

Bloomington, Indiana Paylor, Albert M. 503 N.W. Second St. Bethan v. Oklahoma Payne, Effie M. 511 N.W. Main Bethany. Oklahoma Payne, Robert 511 N.W. Main Bethanv, Oklahoma Pearce, Mari lyn 725 North Redmond Bethany, Oklahoma Peck, Bennye D. 210 North Donald Bethany, Ok lahoma Peterson/ Marvin A. Udall, Kansas Philios, Janelle 207 South Asburv Bethanv . Oklahom·a Pickens, Nina Charleen 1722 P'Yk Avenue Little Rock, Arkan sas Pohl , Alice M. Meade . Kansas Posev, Madge 2923 Troost k •e. Kansas City, Missouri Powell, Cleon G. Kingston . Ok lahoma Presson, Wi lford V. 715 South Wewoka Wewoka . Oklahoma Pritchett . F. Lucille Box 176 Bethany. Oklahoma

Pummill, Marv Louise 117 West First

Newton, Kan sas

Taylor, Ramoth B. Bethany, Oklahoma

Mc Pherson, Kansas Simmons, Peter E. Farmer's Market

Tay lor, Tressie R.

Bethany, Oklahoma Whee ler, Marjorie R.

313 N.W. First St. Bethany, Oklahoma Tharp, Norma Jean 107 Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma Theall, Preston, J . Route No. 1, Box 1G

White, Claude G. 610 West Texas Durant, Oklahoma

Tul sa, Oklahoma

Simpson, Geraldine Pi edmont, Oklahoma Simpson, Helen L. 4420 West 22nd St. Little Rock, Arkan sas Simpson, Marvin C.

Vilonia, Arkansas Simpson, Ralph E. 4420 West 22nd St. Little Rock, Arkansas Simpson, Ray L. 322 Oliver

Conway, Arkansas Simpson, Wilda J. 3344 N.W . 22nd St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Sledge, Rudene 0. Box 567

Duncan, Oklahoma Smith, Floyd T. Purce ll , Oklahoma Smith , Mende l l H. 307 N. W. First Bethany, Oklahoma Smith, Mary L. 111 N.W. First Bethany, Oklahoma Smith, Marie M. 301 N.W. First Bethany, Oklahoma Snowbarger, Willis E.

Ma in Street

Patton, Virginia Route No. 5

Shropshire, Mary Jane 112 Third St.

Erick, Oklahoma Roberts, John Edward Box 428

Pilot Point, Texas Roberts, Laura Grace Box 428

Pilot Point, Texas Roeber, R. Marie 1807 South Locust

Sylvia, Kansas

Pittsburg, Kansas

South, Willard J. Lawton, Oklahoma Speegle, Martha Lou General Delivery Dewey, Oklahoma Spicer, Charles M. Route No. 2

Ronnekamp, George B. Juniata, Nebraska Rubino, Margherita 317 North Hammond Bethany, Oklahoma Rushing, Quay V.

Drumright, Oklahoma

Hazelton, Kansas Spradlin, Georqe Lee Route No. 2 Canute, Oklahoma Spurlin, Teresa L. Box 385

-SSanford, Jewe l M. 406 N. W. Second Bethany, Oklahoma

Mason, Texas Stevenson, Josephine E.

Schott, Doreen R. 126 East Fifth Ave.

211 North Western Britton, Okl ahoma Stockett, Lois A. 610 North Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma

Hutchinson, Kansas Scoggins, Josephine C. 1210 Bell

Beatrice, Nebraska Sears, Erma Sm ith Center, Kansas Seav, Dorothy L. 415 West 60th Terrace

Kansas City Missouri Sharp, David L.

Stone, Elaine L. Route No. 1, Box 79

Burrton, Kansas Stranq, Jovce Marie J 21 N.W. Main Bethanv, Oklahoma Stro11d . Mildred E. 2517 East Fifth St. North Littl• Rock, Ark.

802 Grant St. Carthage, Missouri Sharpton, Val eria L. Route No. 4

Summers, Clifton L.

Center, Texas

Route No. 2 Maud, Oklahoma Summerhill, Martha 427 West First St. El Dorado, Arkansas

Shaw, Lora L. 307 North Peniel Bethany, Okl ahoma Sh•ddon, Joseph

Carrigan, Texas Shellenberger, Elfrieda 1538 N. Waco

- RRamick, Ela ine E. 426 West First El Dorado, Kansa s Ray, Alice L. Route No. 2 Wister, Okl ahoma

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Wichita, Kansas

Ta vlor, Charles Edward 2824 Edgar St.

Shields, Mabie E. Route No. 2 Nash, Oklahoma Short , James V. 303 South College Bethany, Okl ahoma

Shreveport, Louisiana Tavlor, Charles T. Bethany, Oklahoma Taylor, Helen H. Bethany, Oklahoma

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Silsbee, Texas Theus, Ernestine H. Bethany, Oklahoma Theus, Imogene D. Bethany, Oklahoma Thomas, Hoyle C. 1825 Pegram Charlotte, North Carolina Thomp son, Luther J. 629 Texas St. Pine Bluff, Arkansas Tidwe ll , Virginia L. 721 North Peniel St. Bethany, Oklahoma

Trice, Louise C. N.W. Fiftieth Bethany, Oklahoma

Turner, Carol L. 304 N.W. Ave . Bethany, Oklahoma

- UUnruh, Ramon R. Route No. 4

Hutchinson, Kan sas

- VVan Arsdel, Roy C. 107 S.E . First St. Bethany, Oklahoma Vann, Billye J. Woodville, Oklahoma Vaughn, Blanche Atoka, Oklahoma Vaughn, Sadie 0.

Lake Arthur, Louisiana Vogt, Anna Meade, l<ansas Vogt, Kenneth P. Bethany, Oklahoma Vogt, Ruby C. Bethany, Oklahoma

- WWaddle, Vald'! Mae 622 West Twe lfth St. Dallas, Texas Wa lcott, Lo Anna Oakland, Oklahoma Wa lden, Alice F. Box 9

Ford, Kansas Walden, Everett 0. Box 9

Ford, Kansas Walker, Bonnie J. 1519 S. E. 29th St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Wa lker, Harold M. - 1519 S. E. 29th St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Wann, Claude W.

Batesville, Arkansas Warrick, Faye Bethany, Oklahoma Wehling, Patricia J. 7204 N.W. 39th St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Welty, Jack D. Bethany, Oklahoma

West, Clifton C. 1402 East Grand

Marshall, Texas

Wh ite, Louvenia I. 401 South Ninth

Durant, Oklahorna Whitener, Pau Ia Route No. 3

Duncan, Oklahoma Wiese, Eugenia M. 800 South Cooper

Arlington, Texas Wigington, Vernie Bel l 1332 East Allen

Fort Worth, Texas Willey, Lave lle 600 North Redmo nd Bethany, Oklahoma Willey, Jane C. 600 North Redmond Bethany, Oklahoma Williams, Gladys E. 1008 South Martinson

Wichita, Kansas Williams, Mariam V. 431 Mobberly

Longview, Texas Williams, Trafton D. 915 Cumberland Dri ve Little Rock, Arkan sas Willingham, Miriam I. 7100 Virginia Ave.

St. Louis, Missouri Willis, Mildred L. 1801 Broadmoor, Box 3026

Amarillo, Texas Wi lson, Charles F. Waukee, Iowa Wilson, Royce E. 812 North l<ansas Roswe ll, New Mexico

Wilson, Irene E. 1464 Wirt Omaha, Nebraska

Wiman, Margaret Glenn Aparta do 85

Chiclayo, Peru, S. A. Winans, Jean W. 115 St. Francis St.

San Antonio, Texas Wood, Lyman P. HiiiSborough, Texas

-YYarbrou9h, Lois E. 712 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma

Yarbrouah, Daniel J. 712 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma Yarbrouqh, Guyon B. 712 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma

Yarbrough, Juanita Audie Vin son, Oklahoma Yarbrough, Vanita Au dry

Vinson, Oklahoma Yeager, Wilf11a P. Imboden, Arkan sas

- ZZell , Ina E. Route No. 1, Box 174

Mobeetie, Texas

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Mr. Don Messer Miss Pauline Miller Mr. W. C. Bonney Mr. Alfred Minyard Mr. William Finney Mr. B . M. Hall Mr. Huel Crawford Mr. Robert Winkler Friends of anonymity

Did you ever vote on a "most popular" girl or boy and feel that the one who was elected was not the proper one for the place? Mayb e we all have. Well, you can take this to the ones you think deserve the titles and get their autographs. Most representative girl: Most representative boy: Friendliest boy: Friendliest girl: Best athlete of the boys: Best athlete of the girls: B est sport : Favorite t eacher: Best musician: Most jolly student: Most studious person : Girl with prettiest eyes: Boy with prettiest hair: Best writer : Neatest person: Most original person: Most generous boy: Most unselfish girl: B est dramatist: Most popular teacher: One with whom I have t he most fun : B est singer: An ideal married couple: Closest friend :

Best artist: Most mannerly person: Most versatile student: Most courteous person: One whom I admire : Most sympathetic teacher: A pretty "red-head" Most talented person: Most dependable pers':'n: Most thorough teacher: Hardest worker: A likeable blond: Most mischievous : B est loser: An understanding friend: An interesting brunette : Most inspiring person: Most likeable personality: Most ambitious person: Most vivacious person: Most handsome boy : Best dressed girl: Best track man: Best track girl: Most popular boy: Most popular girl:

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All work and no play makes Jack, but of course some play helps. Outside of the work one finds to do around the school, here are some of the occupations of the students. FLY BUSINESS-Luther Thompson, Junior Moore, Morr is Chalfant, Huel Crawford, and Wallace Kornegay say, "Shoe, shoe, let us shoe you." FLATTERY BUSINESS-Don Messer says, "Say it with photographs; flattery almost guaranteed." GOSSIP BUSINESS-Kenneth Vogt, Archei and H erschel Meredith, Darwin F auss, Bazil Highley, Sam House, Thomas Moore, and L awrence Fish say, "Have you heard the latest gossip. No? Then let us add you to our list of newspaper subscribers." SHADY BUSINESS- Wesley Crist says, "You have as much privacy as a goldfish behind those ragged shades. L et me install you some new shades or venetian blinds." SLICK WORK-Willis Lambert and Huel Crawford say, "Bring your car around and let us grease it." DANGEROUS BUSINESS-Conley Pate says, "I used to play Post Office but now it's work." HOT AIR BUSINESS-Charles Tay lor says, "How about some tailored service for your car-gasoline, or free air?" FEED BUSINESS-Myrtle Hill and Doil Felts say, "Come over to our cafes and fill your 'tummies' for a quarter or a dollar." BRING 'EM BACK DEAD BUSINESS-Lander Cleveland says, "My boss and I will bury your dead." PRUNE BUSINESS-Melvin Cleveland, Emmett Carter, P reston Theall, and Lewis McMahon say, "Don't you need some nice fresh fruits , vegetables, or meats today?" SMOOTHING WORK-Earl and Roy Darden say, "Let us sand your floors ." PRESSING BUSINESS-Vernon Coody and Ralph Simpson say, "L ook at your baggy pants (everyone else does) and let us clean and press them (pants)." MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS-Marjorie Wheeler and Gladys Williams say, "Supply your needs at the Five-and-ten." COOKY BUSINESS-Clifton West and Paul Rice say, "Let the bakery bake it for you ." HAIR-RAISING WORK- Clyde Aikman says, "Let me trim that bush from around your ears and shave your face." GRAPEVINE BUSINESS- Lois Stockett says, "Send me all the gossip you know. I work in the Tribune Office, you know." LIQUID (ated) BUSINESS- Oda and Leona Milburn say, "Need some good dairy milk?" DIRTY WORK-Anna Vogt, Mariam Williams, Jo Graham and many others say , "\Ve're modern Cinderellas, cleaning people's dirty houses for our board. " - K.M.C.

Ten Nights in a Staff Room This is a moral lesson on the evils of intemperance-the intemperance of never doing today what you can put off till tomorrow and then trying to do it all tomorrow. This moral is taught in ten spasms of blank prose. The burlap rises on a dark stage, but in bursts the vivacious secretary, Gladys Lusk. After switching on the light and looking under the table for Breezy, she sits down to leaf through some assorted college annuals. The door opens and Kyle Crist struggles in with three bales of manuscripts. "I'm sorry I didn't have time to write an y more than this today, what with eight hours of classes," she murmurs as she notes the time, eleven o'clock. At this juncture Editor Charmin' Breezy breezes in with a dummy in his arms. (Note: a dummy is a sample which the editor makes to show th e printers and engravers how; it is not a member of the staff.) At six minutes till twelve, Roy Van stumbles in with twenty-seven sheets of paper , all beginning the same way and all ending in a series of doodles. He is given seven annuals to read as models. Raymond Hurn drops in to report progress on ads, but stays to say, "Listen, I'm serious. You really do need some insurance on this manuscript and these pictures. Now, I have a little policy-" As he leaves, Evie Littrell of the ECHO arrives to remind Gladys that she is in the wrong staff room-that she should be typing news, not history. She is followed by El Shellenberger with her pop-corn popper, but nobody brought any butter. J onsey comes in with four double exposures, which she says constitute a double feature , and notes that Roy has not written a cryin' thing y et. At two-ten, Kyle Crist decides to go home, and bumps into White, the night watchman, as she opens the door. The burlap falls at twenty minutes past three as the editor goes home to study for-? Act II Ditto with minor changes. Act III Ditto with ditto ditto. Act IV through X Ditto

As the y ears hasten by and memorie s begin to lose the ir detail, it is our sincerest desire that this book will be a trea sure house t o w h ich mem ber s of the Class of '41 and f r iends may t u r n and explore the cher ish ed personal t ouches that give meanin g t o t he time-wor n

but ageless phrase, "We were in college together" . Your editor, Allen " Bresee " Miller

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Our heads are thick, we get sea-sick, We're not good seam en now; But we will learn, so now we turn, And take our FRESHMAN bow.

W e are a distinguished class on board Good Ship Arrow. There are more passengers traveling fourth-class than an y other. We came on board for our first cruise with our mothers ' "good-bye" still ringing in our ears. Clutched in our hands were the umbrellas and tightly-packed suitcases they had given us. But we were unaccustomed to the ways of the sea and ship, and something must have looked queer about us. We created more excitement than all the other passengers put together. First, there was that dreadful sea-sickness; we were all in competition for the fish-feeding championship and wished with briniest of tears that we were back home. Then came the ordeal of getting acquainted w ith the other passengers and the ship's routine. That's where the fun started-for the other passengers. But now we feel the tinge of salty air creeping into our system. It gives us that glorious feeling of no-longerfresh-but-seasoned Freshmen, and we think we're going to like the voyage fine .


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