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It gives me sincere pleasure to brinq a personal message to the students of BethanyPeniel College. We have been associated together during the college year 1942-1943a year that has seen rapid and catastrophic changes take place throughout the world. It may seem to some that we have been closely sheltered from what has been taking place, and yet all of us have been affected by qreat happenings. We have reacted accordingly and by O'.Jr own decisions have become a part of the new world now in process. Whether our individual contribution is for good or iII depends on the choices we have made. The record stands! It has been engraved by our own hands. Now, we face both todav and tomorrow! That gives us dual responsibility. What may seem expedient for today, when it is judged in the light of tomorrow, may be wholly inadequate. For that reason, I ask each one of you to think carefully, counsel freely and pray earnestly before you make decisions which may mean a complete change in the trend of your life. I realize that we are living dangerously . It has always been so when the world is passing through a crisis. But history records that such events have been the birth-throes of a better dav. I call your attention, also. to the necessity of the Christian perspective in times like these. Christianity was born in the midst of a crisis. The true followers of Christ have scarcelv known anything else. But they do not base their faith on thinqs which can be shaken. They receive their strenqth from One who outrides the crisis and is thus able to give poise and direction no matter what the outward environment may be. It is this commitment of one's self to Christ which enables the Christian to use Today's uncertainty as a basis for Tomorrow's hope. The World Tomorrow will need trained men and women in greater numbers than we have vet anticipated. The world will need men and women who have been challenoed to effective service by the pronouncement of the victorious Galilean who said, "Take up thy cross and follow me ." Comrades of 1943! This is your day-and what a day of opportunity it is. What a challenge it is to live in this generation. You have the chance of makinq history-today . . . . and tomorrow! \Nhat kind of historv will you write::> And as you fi II Iife's scroll with the deeds of each succeeding day , do not forget that the world will ultimately be won, not by a crown but by a Cross!" Faithfully vours, S. T. LUDWIG.


To a lady who inflates our ego, who sees "possibilities" in the most unpromising of us, who shows us ways to draw nearer to our Iiving Christ, who mo kes th e c lass room o voco l d issec ti o n lobo ro tory fo r th e bes t o nd worst of us. Head of the "Personal itv Department," Mrs. Gertrude T avlor of Bethany-Peniel College, holds the keys to the true ideals of livina, and she keeps the door unlocked.


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Administration


S mne old story; but the latest version . . . Once upon a time there was a fa culty; and they lived in an "Ad" building.

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they were very hap py. Also in the "Ad" building lived an administration- and they too were very very happy. One day their good friends the board of regents came to visit them. No wonder they were happy.

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Kansas City District Rev. Jarrette A ycock Rev. Hugh C. Benner Mr . M . Frank Turner

Kansas District Rev . Oscar J . Finch Rev. W . D. McGraw Mr. E. P. Robertson

Nebraska District Rev. T. P. Dunn Rev. J. F. Simpso n Rev. W . L. Brown

Western Oklahoma Distr ict

Rev. C. B. Strang Rev. E. A. Green Rev. L. W . Collar Chapla in Geren C. Roberts

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

W . R. W . T. Porter W . A. Haley

Donaldson White T. Cargill Carter Messer

Chaplain E. E. Hale

Louisiana District

Rev . G. S. Rogers Rev. Mack Anderson

Abilene District Rev. John L. Knight Rev. J . Walter Hall Rev. John F. Roberts

San Antonio District Rev. W . L. Fre nch Rev. H . B. Hughes Rev. F. H. Bugh

Arkansas District

Rev. Elbert Dodd

Rev . Holland London

Rev . W. 0 . Fisher Rev . G. M . Ak in

Rev . Agnes Diffee Rev. R. M . Parks

Rev. J. W. Short Mr . B. M. Hall Rev. A. LeRoy Ta ylor

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Alumn i Representat ive Rev. J am es P. M cGra w


BOARD OF REGENTS

REGISTRAR'S


BUSINESS OFFICE

OFFICE

JOHN STOCKTON, BUSINESS MANAGER


C. A McCONNELL, A.B., Th.D . Special Lecturer Dean Emeritus of the Department of Rei igion

FRED FLOYD, M.A. , B.D. History and Religious Education Dean of Men GERTRUDE PENDERGRAFT TAYLOR, M.Ed . Speech and Expression

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MENDELL L. TAYLOR, M .A. History and Philosophy CAROL SPELL GISH, M .A. English

E. C. HALL, M .Ed. Physics and Education

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Mrs. CAROL LUNDY, M.A. Assistant, Speech Deportment CLARENCE E. GROTHAUS , Ph .D. Chemistry PAULA WHITENER, A.B . Modern Language

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A. SNOWBARGER A.B., M .A. Mathematics and History

WI LLO MAY BERESFORD M.Mu s. Piano, Music Theo ry


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

MABEL E. EAKIN, B.S . Home Economics

HAROLD W . REED, M.S ., Th .D. Dean of Department of Rei igion Mrs . LORRAINE PITTS, M .A. Commercial Department C. HAROLD RIPPER, M .A. Librarian, Education


Miss FLORENCE LUNDY Secretory to Business Manager

E. V . GREER, M.A. Mothemat:cs and Zoo logy

ALICE F. CRILL, M.Mus .Ed . Piano, Music Theory and Music Education


ESTHER CORLETT

Matron, Bud Robinson Hall

Mrs. RUBY BLACKMAN Matron, Men's Hall


D. R. GISH, M.A., Ph .D. Philosophy

LESTER L. DUNN, M .Mus. Voice, Music ThP"" 路


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witf1out: Audrey Miller, our own little W .A.A.C. , with her high I.Q. Stephen Smith and his woy with the ladies . Roxie Ann Moore with her vim and vigor. Woodie Rhodes and his quiet personality. Prof. Snowbarger and his little block briefcase. Edith Akin's Howard Borgeson . Marvin Peterson's Ford. Ed Jackon and his assistants to keep us out of trouble. Ernestine Gooden's posture. " Boots" Gassie's diamond. Leon Jennings and his athletic ability. Reathyl Meek and her book at the basket-ball games. Ottis Sayes carney jokes in the dining hall. Mary Frances Antrim 's red hair and freckles . Lawrence Burgess's wisecracks in the Drag . Judge Harris's blood of ink. Clester Pults's radiant smile. El Shellenberger's grace. Virginia Moore to grade our Algebra papers. Bertha Labenske's pantomimes. Clean Powell pla y ing Bill McGill ' s horn in the pep-band . Lydia " Hepsy" Garrett. Slap-happy Johnny Roeber's Doghouse Blues to keep up our morale. Wilson Orr' s camera . David Beeman to set the tower clock . Twylah Phipps ability to study hard and make good grades. All the married couples to remind the rest of us that life isn ' t just a bowl of cherries. All the Prof. ' s to keep us busy. Charlie Browning and his Collinitis. Evil Mae Hornbaker. Gracie Morgan and the three directions she flies in at once. Sylvester and his Bull Pen . Junior Gestappo. Celery Hebert and her "cuddl y" glances . Ann Evans and her way with dead cats and J immie Hamilton . Spencer Johnson 's hearty "Amen -" Charlotte Longman's red boots . Mrs. Blackman's bulletin board .

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9:hey did? JONES, M ILD RED FLORENCE Major-Public School Music Minor-Voice A Cappella "B" Club Sec. Sen ior Class

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SHELLENBERGE R, ELF RIEDA MAE Majo r- French Minor-Eng., Education Who's Who Sec. Student Council Jr . & Sr. Pl ay

HALE, MARY RU T H Maj or-Speech Mino r-English Vice-Pres. Sr . Class Departmental Play Junior Pla y

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Billie Ann Jones

Dorothy Carlton

William Henry Harris

Royce Wilson Chester Morgan Olga Rhea Jones

David McKibbon

Louvenia White "Smilin Through"


ldaleen Anderson

Lloyd Wyatt

Ferne Krey

Harley Duncan

Norma Jean Tharp Thompson


Estelle Sherri II

Robert Troutman

DOC REED Sponsor

Melba Lee Butler

Earl Cotton

Mary Henderson

Lee Spradlin

OTT Vice-Pres .

CHARLIE JOE Pres.

Marjorie Nell Robertson

Lila Fay Grego

Roy Ingle

Albertina Balsmeier


orothy Hilliard

John Harper

DOT Scribbler

Thorval Cargill

Mildred Roberts

MURIEL Girl's Athletics

Alfred Miller

Minnie Ruth Mayo

David Beeman

Wah nona Snowberger

ROY Boy's Athletics

Clean Powell

Valeria Sharpton


James Harmon

Esther McMahan

Zita Mae Holmes

Charles Brown ing

I rene Wilson

Ottis Sayes

Edith Akin

Emmett Carter Muriel Cozby Ingle


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JIMMY Athletic Manager

Lawrence Burgess

ROXIE Secretory and Dough-Girl

Mabel Burgess

PROF TAYLOR Sponsor

Paul Briscoe


CHARLIE Girl's Athletic Director

Double E. Hill

BURGESS Vice-Pres. and Drag Man

Marie Cottingham

James Hamilton

DAGWOOD Prexy


Inez Tischmacker

Clyde Swift

Eva May Hornbaker

Evangeline Ha

Donald Schuneman

Mathilda Phipps Wilson Orr

Irene Reneau

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Vernon Wright

Naomi Kreie

Grace Slead


Harry Macrory

Gene Rule Glen Lytle

Odean Murphree

Mary Francis Antrim

Dean Wessels

Bronell Greer

Wesley Meek

Sylva McDowell

W . C. Fowler

Una Wright


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Mary Margaret I

Velma Snowbarger

Spencer Johnson

Thelma Transe

Mildred McClaren

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Well what do you know -It's Clyde again


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C. A. McClain

Louis Patterson

Eileen Childers

Roxie Ann Moore

Levita Haley

Ed Houston

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L. J. Crenshaw

Lorene Patterson

Mildred Emberton

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Clarence Manners

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Velma Cotton

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This was meant to be a snap page, but Wilson 's camera couldn ' t stand the goff. It broke. How could we hove a writup in this space with our scribe in bed with the measles::> Glee Roberts, our artist was tied up at the time, so a drawing was out. We were sunk. Then our brain hod a storm. Why not leave the page blank? Who would core::> So, here it is : Use it for what you wish- autographs, teleph one numbers, scribbling, love notes, or don ' t use it . We don ' t care.


STEVE

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Top. Gracie Morgan . Second Row . Mary Jackson , Marselle Knight . Third Row. Lola Bec kel , Ed Fauss, Joy Beaver. Fourth Row . Vera Hagemier, Gordon Hic kman , Ester Lintroop, Paul Franklin . Fifth Row . Reg inald Carter, Marie Venerable, Wi II iam Marsh, Leona Chester, Houston Atkin s. Si xth Row. Marlene O' Hair, J . C. Horger, Ernesting Gooden , Howard Bynum, Marjorie Dickerson .

PROFESSOR SNOWBARGER Spo nsor


Top Row . Clell Cunningham, Della Dawson, Lucil le Hudson, Mareta , Saunders, Maynard Brazeal, Wanda Baldwin, Bernice Dewhitt, Marvin Peterson, Gracie Hawkins, Madalyn Fauss. Third Row. Blanche Hastings, Gwendolyn Hathaway, Violet Lemay, Lauris Spinks. Fourth Row . Geraldine Gaines, Ed Hurn, Cleo Atkinson . Fifth Row. Almeta Mizell, Harvey Houchin . Si xth Row Mildred Akin .


Top Row . Naomi Toepfer, Barbaro Arnold, Elmer Shellenberger, Vivian Farnsworth, Rachel Belcher . Second Row. Ruth Terry, Mary Gilham, Ester Redburn, David Stroman. Third Row. Norma Flock, Floyd Neufeld , Ernestine Robertson. Fourth Row. Gerald in e Boles, Naomi Terry.


Top Row. Stephen Smith, Naomi Bolerjack, Virgil Rhodes , Ruth Harper, Jack Martin. Second Row. Doris Haskins, John Hale, Betty Classen, Henry Harvey, Virginia Moore. Third Row. Jan Ferguson, Wendall Gosset, Ann Evans, Leon Howard. Fourth Row. Drusilla Bishop, Perry Tudor, Anna Johnson . Fifth Row . Bernice Dennis, Don Newell . Sixth Row. Eula Wiman.


Top Row. Helen Fay Moore. Second Row. Nella Ada Allen , Don Hodges. Third Row . Lorene Patterson, J . C. Andrew, Wilma Haley. Fourth Row. Nadine Lorance, Jacob Harrison, Wilmae Gossie, Gene Gore . Fifth Row . Mae Frances McRee, Don Doyle, Mary Ellen Fields, Bill Gronemyer, Berta Labenske . Si x th Row . Charles Owens, Reathy l Mee k, Bernard Brecheisen , Tessie Stewart, Elgin Purdy.


College Spe~ials

Top Row. Allie Mae Eppler, Thomas Eppler, Talmadge Stands, Virginia Spradl in . Second Row . Leone Close, Montie Hickman , Virginia Simpson . T hird Row. Vina Andrew, Ruby Vogt, Madeline Hurn, Celestine Hebert, Mary Ingram, James Fraley. Fifth Row . Matthias Durbin , Noble Hathaway. Sixth Row. Frankie Choplin , Edward Jackson, Loyce Whitten, Charles Roberts, Paul Nesmith.

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Se10ester Students

Top Row. Velma Cornelius, Othel Motsenbacker. Second Row . Lillian Russell, Luke Munns, Lillian Allen , Don Beaver. Third Row. Dorothy Voigt, Charles Montandon , L il lian Weaver, Patricia Hall , Joyce Wharton, Fourth Row. Clinton Rock, Mae Huss, Clester Pults, Elizabeth Harr ison. Fifth Row. Lou ise Long , Bob Fow ler, Nina Mann .


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Fine Arts Specials


Fine Arts?


ORCHESTRA MEN ' S QUARTETTE

GIRL'S TRIO

MEN'S QUARTETTE

PIANO ENSEMBLE


DIRECTOR CRILL

A Cappella


DIRECTOR TAYLOR

Choral Choir


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DEBATE SQUAD

JOHNSON -ORATORY

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ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION


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Quiet! No one whispers while the A Cappello Choir skyrockets its throbbing melody into the atmosphere. What will you hove, a choral? a spiritual:> Just nome it. One more feather in Professor Crill's bonnet for his achievements with this group. His sturdy baton arm and catching grin hove earned for him a place of honor in our hearts. Through him the choir has become a tradition .

Trio The Dawson, Boles, Beaver women's trio has already projected itself into the spotlight. We predict a sparkling future for these girls.

Quartets Men's voices in groups of four ore always popular on and off the campus. The Hurn, Harris, Cunningham, Beaver foursome is above par and clear of the rough . Perhaps they were late in getting started, but the weeds aren't growing under their feet now. Music lovers all over the district ore calling for Wolden, Horger, Harvey, and Littrell. How those boys con warble !

Orchestra Professor Crill again, with baton in hand, poses for the downbeat. Yes-orchestra . Among them ore such music masters as Hurn, Tudor, and Hoog. Thanks a million, Orchestra, for the rhythmic lift.

Piano Ensemble Twenty-eight hands con render on effective interpretation of Rachmaninoff's "P relude in C Sharp Minor." For proof we turn to the fourteen pionoeers who ploy with both hands on the ivories and one eye on Mrs. Crill. They do make beautiful music together.

Recitals "Bong" is what the recitalists of this year hove gone over with a. Six recital programs hove produced six brilliant performances. Perhaps this phrase sounds a bit trite, but what do you soy when people ore good:> Songs by Lora Show, adventures in expression with Cora Lee German and Mary Ruth Hale, piano interpretations by Lois Elaine Stone, Wando Baldwin, and Ruth Dardenquite on array of talent. (And we realize that this is on incomplete sentence . We used it for effect. ) The recitalists do deserve a round of hearty applause.

Speech Do you stutter::> Does your tongue beat out a weird rhythm on your wisdom tooth when you talk? Are you a knock-kneed chapel speaker::> Do your lips bump into words on their way out the door:> Toke speech! Mrs. Taylor has just what you need, whether it's on exercise or a dull razor . Gas rationing kept the debaters in port this season, but home competition was hot. The oratory and Bible reading contest finals were run off in chapel with all alacrity and celerity. These verbal battles will pave the way for imitation in the future. The choral reading group has appeared upon several occasions, each time with new snap and cackle. They're tops in scripture reading. The most recent of the recent ore the round table discussions which have caught fire among the intellectuals. Even the proletar iat have fallen victim to the plague. So much for Speech. And so much for Fine Arts.


Student


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HONOR SOCIETY STUDENT COUNCIL

Stoff Room April 6, '43 Dear Roy Hurn, Thanks old man . And thank the Student Council for us, will you:> You've done a job and a half in the role of student governors. You and you r gong hove given us a priceless heritage in the Dragon Inn . We won ' t forget what you've done. Those chapel programs were great; and your rood signswell your rood signs hove given motorists a new slant on life. Be sure to tell the council we are grateful. Forever yours, Stoff and Students.

STUDENT COUNCIL - Pres ident, Ra y Hurn ; Vice-President, Charles Spicer; SecretaryT rea surer, Elfr ieda Shellenberge r; Senior, Lyman W ood; Juni o r, Olga Rea J one s; Sophomo re, Bronell Greer; Freshman , Ed Hurn ; Sponsor, Professo r Taylo r.

HONOR SOCIETY If you 've been studying and can point with pride to a 2.50 grade overage, your name will appear next year on the membership list of Phi Delta Lambda . Professor Grothaus has given his sponsorial support to the society for the past two years. Royce Wilson, the '42- '43 president, has bagged a straight 3 .00 since his entrance into college. Presi dent, Royce Wil son ; Vice-President, Elfrieda Shellenberger; Sec retary-Treasurer, Eve le na Barbe r; Albert ina Balsme ier, Charl es Brow ning , Da vid McKibbon, Audrey Mill e r, Bronell Gree r, Willima Henry Harris, Doubl e E. Hill , William McGill , Odean M u rphree, He le n Robertso n, Valeira Sharpton, Miriam W il lingham, Una W right.


BETHANY, OKLAHm

VOLUME XIII

ARROW STAFF HEAVES SIGH

Work Schedule Completed Finally

As the last page of the '43 Arrow was zipped to the printer the staff wound up its yearly affairs with a rejoicing and a flashing of teeth . Those enjoying the lpana smiles were : David McKibbon, editor; Olga Rhea Jones, associate editor; Wi Ison Orr, photography editor; Mildred Roberts, art editor; James Tyson, sports editor; Marselle Knight, assistant sports editor; Charles Browning , business manager; Chester Morgan, circulation manager; Roxie Ann Moore, literary editor; Mary Ruth Hale, senior editor; Ottis Sayes, junior editor, Johnny Douglas, sophomore editor; Eula Merle Wiman, freshman editor; Ernestine Gooden, assistant freshman editor; Helen Robertson, make up editor; Marjorie Nell Robertson, fine arts editor; Eva Mae Hornbaker, society editor; Gracie Morgan, and Don Beaver, typists.


fESDAY, JA IUARY 19, 1943

NUMBER 7

HARRIS NAMES '43 ECHO STAFF Douglas is Associate Knight is Sports Ed The 1942-43 volume of the REVEl LLE ECHO, the bi-weekly student newspaper, began rolling last week as Editor William Henry Harris announced completion of the staff. At the same time it was learned that the group would again have its head quarters in the top room of the tower. Dr. S. T. Ludwiq is to lend fatherly adv ice as the faculty sponsor of the publication . Other selections are as follows : Johnny Douglas, associate editor; Luther Tyson

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Religious Life Aycock Lectures Two lecture series, two teachers in church affairs, intellectual awakenings on the campus, and all credit due to Jarrette and Dell Aycock. With the fall series came General Superintendent H. V . Miller. Need we say his messages were packed with inspirational wallop:> No, we needn't. Pastor of First Church of the Nazarene, Long Beach, California, Dr. H. B. Wall in delivered the glad tidings during the spring series. Our thanks to you both!

Revivals Among the top flight activities of importance in college life are the church revivals. The past year has produced four. The evangelists in order of meetings are : C. A Gibson, Bona Fleming , J . W. Montgomery, Jarrette and Dell Aycock. Four revivals plus five evangelists equals an abundance of spiritual campus sp irit nine times over. We t ip our caps to Pastor C. B. Strang.

Missionary Band Newest thing on the campus is the Missionary Band. If there is such a thing as an organization with a future, here it is . At the present time they are busily engaged in a major project, that of ra :sing money for a church in the Cape Verde Islands. They're doing nicely, too.

Gospel Team Here we have a group of Christians who touch God. Their present emphasis lies upon campus evangelism. With their deep note of spirituality they lend depth to a school that welcomes depth . The Gospel acts as a guyrope on our ship.

Prayer and Fasting Room 103 , Science Bldg., is the Friday noon meeting place of the Prayer and Fasting Band. Vigorous, enthusiastic, and thoroughly sincere, the members of the organization are proving the scriptural principle that "to give up is but to receive." No yardstick can measure the good that they do ; no measuring rod, the service.


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GIRL'S "B" CLUB Melba Lee Butler, Ruth Terry, Tessie Stewart, Ma y Francis McKree, Charlotte Longman , president; Miss Eakin, Muriel Ingle. Valerio Sharpton, ldoleene Anderson, J oh nnie Roeber, Roxie Ann Moore, Mary Francis Antrim, Midge J ones, Clelon Chism .

ALL-SCHOOL SOFTBALL Wayne Cozzens, Charles Browning, Morselle Knight, Ed Fauss, Bob N ye, Jimmie Hamilton, Luther Knight, Bernard Brecheisen , Roy Ingle, Jock Martin, David Stroman. Ruth Terry, Mildred Aken , Tessie Stewart, Evoleno Barber, Muriel Ingle, Roxie Ann Moore, Charlotte Longman, Melba Lee Butler, May Francis McKree .

CHEER LEADERS Paul Franklin, Gene Rule, Johnnie Douglass, Doris Hoskins.

BOY'S BASKETBALL Seniors : Preston Theall, Elword Green , Dick Littrell, Wayne Cozzens, Leon Jennings, James Shepherd . Sophomores: Graydon Cross, Glenn Lytle, James Hamilton, Don Schuneman, Morvin Peterson . Freshmen: J . C. Horger , Lewis Andrew, John Hale, Ed Fauss, Elmer Shellenberger, William Marsh. Juniors : Roy Ingle, Chester Morgan , Bob Nye , Johnnie Harper, Harley Duncan , Royce Wilson, Charles Browning.

Gl RL'S BASKETBALL Sophomores : Roxie Ann Moore, Mary Francis Antrim, Marie Cottingham, Charlotte Longman, Vivian Sharpton, Inez Tishmaker. Juniors-Seniors : Irene Wilson, Mary Henderson, Melba Lee Butler, ldoleene Anderson , Muriel Ingle, Velero Sharpton.

Freshmen: Joy Beaver, Mildred Akin , May Francis McKree, Tessie Stewart, Ruth Terry, Ruth Harper.

Gl RL' S ALL-SCHOOL BASKETBALL Roxie Ann Moore, Mary Francis Antrim , Ruth Terry, Marie Cottingham, Mabel Burgess, ldoleene Anderson , Velera Sharpton, Melba Lea Butler, Charlotte Longman .


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Classified Roll of Students as of March 5, 1943 Abrahams, Robert John Route 2, Box 488 Lake Charles, Loui siana Akin, Edith Lou ise 822 W. 6 th St. Elk City, Oklah,oma Akin , Mildred Laverne 8 22 W . 6 th St. Elk City, Oklahoma Allen , Howa rd Ful f on Route l McRae, Arkansas Allen, Lillian Rosemond Route 2 ' Vivian, Loui siana Allen, Nella Ada Route l, Box 259 McAllen, Te xas Anderson, ldal eene Maggie Box 116 Abernathy, T exas Andrew, J. C. Portal es, New Mexico Andrew, Lewi s Edward Po rtal es, New M exico Andrew, Vine Constance Stimson Portales, New Mexico Antrim, Mary Frances Bet hany, Oklahoma Antrim, Patricia Ruth Bethany, Oklahoma Arnold, Barbara June Bethany , Oklahoma Atkinson, C leo Maurine 41 5 S. Johnson St. Enid, Oklahoma Atkins, Houston Bethany, Oklahoma

Atkin s, James Bethany, Oklahoma Attaway, Ella Munsinger Bethany, Oklahoma Baker, Charles 503 Wolverton St. Ardmore, Oklahoma Baldwin , Wanda Louella Box 509 Idabel , Oklahoma Bales, Gerald ine Elizabeth Bethany, Oklahoma Ba lsme ier, A lbertina Mae 309 W . 2nd St. Hutchinson, Kansas Barber, Eve lena 200 W. 6th St. Cherryvale, Kansa s Beaver, Dor is Darlene Be thany, Oklahoma Beaver, Wanda Joy Bethany, Oklahoma Beaver, William Dc nne ll 2557 Browne St . Omaha, Nebraska Becke l, Lola Loui se Be th any, Oklahoma Bec kel , Viv ian Alta Bethany, Oklahom a Beeman, Samuel David Bethany, Oklahoma

Belcher, Rach el Sarah Route 2, Box 85 Melrose, N ew Mex ico Bishop, Drusilla Freddi e Box 304, Hooker, Oklahoma Black, Mildred Bethany, Okla homa Black, Gerald W ayne 21 5 Marion Drive Grand Prairie, T exas

Bohlin g, Edwa rd William Bethany, Oklahoma Bo ler jack , Naomi 511 W. Walnut St. Independence, Kan sa s Boone , Margaret Genevieve 14 28 Northwest First Oklahoma City, Oklah oma

Borgeson , Howard Raymond 329 S. Fl eming A ve. Dallas, T exas Bounds, Glenn Bethany, Oklahoma Bowman, Mary Elizabeth Bethany, Oklahoma Brakebi II , Hazel Parker 2207 Rack St . Little Rock, Arkansas Branson, Lucille Va lentine 610 N. Broadway Shawnee, Oklahoma Brazeal, Maynard Lynn 31 l N o. H om e, Route 6 Kansa s City, Missouri Brecheisen, Carl Bernard 1409 Parsons

Parsons, Kansas Briscoe, Paul Vernon Route 2, Ponca City, Ok lahoma Brown, Dona ld Irvin Bethany , Oklahoma Brown, Roy Bethany, Oklahoma Brown, Veri Bethany, Oklahoma Browning, Charles Joseph 1734 Beverl y Dri ve Pasadena, California Bryan, Danna Lou Route 3, Box 326 D Okla homa City, Oklahoma Brya n Janet Oren a Bethan y, Oklahoma Brya n Patty Lou Route 3, Box 270 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Bryan, Rita Martino Route 3, Box 328, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Burgess, Lawren ce Monroe Ramseur, North Carolina Burgess, Mabel Fair Ramseur, North Carolina But ler, M e lba Lee Route 6 Lubbock, Te xas Bynum , W i lliam H oward Pittsburg , T exas Callawa y, Esther Charlene Bethany, Oklahoma Campbell, Waldo Russell 443 N . Cooper Ave. Col orado Springs, Colorado Canaday, Ree se Box 124 Sycamore , Kansas Cargill, Tho rval Porter 409 Clayton Ave Po teau, Ok lahoma Carlton, Doroth y Loi s Route I Udall, Kansas Carter, Martin Reginald l 17 West Lincol n Sapulpa, Okla homa Carter, William Emmett Bethany , Oklahoma Carter, Vernon Morri s 925 N. Griff in Okmulgee, Oklahoma Cham bers, Doris Jane Bethany, Oklahoma Chancellor, M e lba Ruth Route l Dill, Oklaho ma Chest er, Leona Ophelia Artesia, New Mexico Childers, Eileen Elizabeth Route 2 Sy lvia , Kon sos Chism, Clelon Arwilla 900 Thompso n St . Lu f kin , T exas Chaplin , Frankie Gladys Miller Bethany, Oklahoma Classen, Betty Jean 1601 N. W . 3 3 St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Close, Leone Mae Kingsdown, Kansas Colston, Ruby Lucina Route 3, Box 269 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Cood y, Richard Donovan Bethany, Oklahoma Coody, Vernon Louis Bethany, Oklahom a Cook, Ralph Franklin Bethany, Oklahoma Cordell , Frances Alsette Route 2 Wat onga, Oklahoma Cornelius, Velma Nell Wellington, Te xas Cottingham, Helen Mari e Route 6 Prescott, Arkansas Cotton, Clarence Edward Route 3 Yukon, Oklahoma Cotton, Ronald Earl l 002 E. 2nd St. Cushing, Oklahoma Cotton, Velma Blake l 002 E. 2nd St . Cushing, Oklahoma Cozzens, Perry Wayne Capitan, New Mex ico Crenshaw, Loui s John Box 542 Texarkana , Te xas Creese, Lloyd M elv in Bethany, Oklahoma Cross, Graydon Orri s 31 N . Walnut, Colorado Springs, Colorado Cunningham, Clell l vor Bethany, Oklahoma Cunningham, Frederick 821 East 17th St. Little Rock, A rka nsa s Curtis, Minnie Joy Box 438, Rout e 2 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Daniel, Ali ce Jo Box 14 Trinidad, Te xa s Darden , Earl Clifton Bethany, Oklahom a Darden, Elton Roy Bethany, Oklaho ma Darden, Ruth Drake Bethany, Oklahoma Dav is, Raymond Douglas Bethany, Oklahoma Dawson , Della Elizabeth Bethany, Oklahoma Day, Thelma Russell Bethany, Oklahoma Denni s, Ruby Bernice Dill , Oklahoma Dewhitt, Bernice Brawn Bethany, Oklahoma Dickerson, Marjori e Marcella Box 708 Wellington, Tex as Dorough, William Montgomery Route l Bou ie, Texa s Douglas, Johnny Lanier 509 East 8 th Dallas, Tex as Doyle, Donald Edw in 1248 S. Evanston T u lsa, Oklahoma Duncan, Harley Fountain 1256 E. Arlingto n St. Ft. Worth, Tex as Durbin , Matthias, Jr . Route 2 Canu te, Oklahoma Ellard, Paul Dougla s Bethany, Oklahoma E! v, Bonnie June Bethany, Ok lahom a Emberton , Mildred 2206 W . ll th St. Te xarkana, Texas

Emm ert, James Lewi s 1009 Cherry Yukon, Oklahoma Emmert, Velma Campbell 1009 Cherry Yukon, Oklahoma Enterline, Lexa Bethany, Oklahoma

Eppler, Allie Mae Em mert South 7th St. Quanah, T exas Eppler, Naomi Jo 2122 S.W. 23rd St . Oklahoma Ci t y, Oklahoma Eppler, Thomas Albert South 7th St. Quanah, Te xas Etc, Mitsuka 46 - l 1-D Gila Relocation Center Rivers, Arizona Eva ns, Anna Louise 6 32 E. Highland St. San Angelo, Te xas Ewen, A lvi n , Jr . Box 385 Sterlington, Louisiana Fa rn sworth , Vivian Marce lla 224 E. Linco ln St . W ellington, Kansas Faul kner, Flora Alger Bethany, Oklahoma Fauss, Beverl y Ann Bethany, Oklahoma Fauss, Darwin Clayton Bethany, Oklahoma Fa uss, Edward, Jr. Bethany , Oklahoma Fauss, Madalyn Stumpff Bethany, Oklahoma Ferguson , Jan Willodean Sargasso, Alabama Ferguson , J. R. A tlanta , Te xas Ferry, Jam es Loy Route 3 Vi Ionia, Arkansas Fields, Mary Ell en Route 4 Topeka, Kan sa s Finger, Lorene Bethany, Oklahoma Finger, Ray Bethany, Oklahom a Flack, Norma Anna Hanson Dorse t, Ohio Flack, Paul Ernest Dorse t , Ohi o Floyd, Lillian Harden Bethany, Oklahoma Ford, Mary Elizabeth Bethany, Oklahoma Fowl er, Bob Dale 925 W. 23rd St . Tul sa , Oklahoma Fow ler, William Calvin 9 25 W. 23rd St. Tul sa, Oklahoma Fral ey, Jam es Collard Sadler, Texas Franklin , Paul Dwight Box 200 Custer City , Oklahoma Fry, Mary Alice 5801 N . W. 42nd St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Gaines, Geraldine M y rtle 904 E. 4th St. Pittsburg , Kan sa s Garrett, Glennis Virjeane Bethany, Oklahoma Garrett, Lydia Barto

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Gassie, W ilmae Elizabeth 3 126 Laurel St. New Orleans, Loui sia na German, Cora Lee 90 1 W . Clayton St. Hugo, Oklahoma Gilbert, Jean 206 Pork Avenue Little Roc k , Arkansas Gilliam, Mary Loui se 11 1 E. Grant Mangum, Oklahoma Gillispie, Tobi e 59 17 N . W. 41 st St. Oklahoma City , Oklahoma Gooden, Ernes t ine I rene 313 W . 16 th St. Amarillo, Texas Gore, Gene Ll oyd 1209 N. 4th St .

Lam esa, Texa s Green, Lewis El word 124 W. 2 nd St . Atoka, Oklahoma Greer, Bronell A. Route 5 Shawnee, Okl ahoma Greer, Vincent Allen Bethany, Oklahoma Gregory , Lila Fay Whitney, Nevada Grone m ye r, Bill Warren

1117 W. 7th St. W elling ton , Kansas Hagemeier, Vera Lorene South 3rd St . M edford, Oklahoma Hole, Evangel ine Martha 605 S. Pork St . Shawnee, Oklahoma Hole, Jo hn Hardy Box 364 Marksvi lie, Lou isiana Hol e, Mary Ruth 605 S. Pork St. Shawnee, Oklahoma Hol ey, Levito Ire ne 504 E. 2 nd St ., Route 2, Box 3 Roswell, New Mexico Holey, Wilma Moe 504 E. 2nd St ., Rou t e 2, Box 3 Roswell, New Mexico Hall , Ernest Carl Bethany, Oklahoma H a ll, Patric io Marie 3112 Lov ing St . Ft . Worth , T exas Hami lton, Jock Bethany, Oklahoma Hamilto n , James 2410 N. W . 3rd St. Amarillo, Texas Hamilton, Jimmie Wilburn 121 Lamar St. Hillsbo ro, Texa s Hammer, Mary Viola Bethan y, Oklahoma Hansford, Mary Jo Bethany, Oklahoma Hansford , Patsy Loui se Bethany, Oklahoma Harmon , James Ira 520 Simpson St . Seminole, Oklahoma Harper, Jo hn Wesley 6 15 North Ro thsay, Minneapo lis, Kansas Harper, Ruth Mildred 6 15 N o rth Rothsay, Minneapoli s, Kansas Harris, Frances Jo Ann

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Box 516 Wynona, Oklahoma Harrison , Elizabeth A ll en Bethany, Oklahoma Harrison, Tra v is Jacob Bethany, Ok lahoma Harvey, H enry Elberson 441 E. 17th St . Baxter Springs, Kansas Hoskins, Doris Erl in e 5 13 N . 8 th St . Ponca City, Ok lahoma

Hasti ngs, Blanche Madelene 2000 Ida A ve. W ich ita , Kansa s Hathaway, Gwendolyn Allen 12 1 Cottonwood St . Sulphur Springs, Texas Hathaway, Noble Chapman 12 1 Cottonwood St . Sulphur Springs, Texas Hawkins, Alton Merle Bethany, Oklahoma Hawkins, Gracie Lee 216 W . Grant Mangum , Oklahoma

Huss, Moe Magda lene Eudora, Kan sa s Jones, Olga Rh ea 803 Elder Av e. Duncan , Oklahoma Jones, Mild red Flo rene Route 2, Box 97 Carneg ie, Oklahoma Ingl e, Muri e l Cozby 4215 Marathon Blvd.

Austin, Texa s Ingle, Roy Goodwin 421 5 Maratho n Bl vd.

Austin, Texas

Ingram , Jarrell Buford Bethany, Oklahoma Ingram , Mary Nelmo Camfield Bethany, Oklahoma Jackson, Edward Owen Bethany, Oklahoma Henderson, Mary Lo u ise Jackson , Mary Elizabeth Mermenton , Louisiana R02 w . Ti shmingo St. Henderson , Philli s Madill , Oklahoma 5401 N. Portland Jennings, Jeo nnene Leila Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Bethan y, Oklahoma Hensley, Velma Ed i th Jennings, Leila Kesler Bethany, Oklahoma Bethany, Oklahoma Hickman, M ontie Maurine Dickerson Jennings, Leon Eugene 6 11 E. 14th Ave. Route 1, Box 96 Amarillo, Te x as Son Angelo, T exas Hickmon, Rolph Corter Jernigan, Marjorie Jo Ann 970 256th St. Bethany, Oklahoma Wilmington, California Jobe, Iri s Marie Rosst o n , Arkansas H ickmon , Worth y Gordon 6 11 E. 14th Ave. Johnson, Anno Moe Amarillo, Tex a s Route 2 H i ll , Double E. Carnegie, Oklahoma Cameron, Oklahom a Johnson , Bernice Hill, Mary Margaret 60 1 V2 S. W . 24th St. Bethany, Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Hill, Ramona Ruth Johnson, Ma ry Elsie Bethany, Okl a homa Putnam City, Ok lahoma Hillery, Vivian Lucill e Johnson , Th omas Spencer Route 4 Russel l Spring s, Kan sas Hilliard, Dorothy Moe Frederi ck , Oklahoma 20 1 S. 20th St . Johnson, Wynona Earlene Temple, Tex a s Bethany, Oklahoma Hodges, Donald Le Roy Jones, Billie Ann 5400 Kansa s City Ave. 307 N. 13th St. Overland Po rk, Kan sa s Henrye tta, Oklahoma H o lmes, Zito Moe Jones, Olga Rhea 803 Elder Ave. 6 South Main Guymon, Oklahoma Duncan , Oklahoma Hoover, Charles Ross Jones, Mildred Flo rene Bethany, Oklahoma Route 2, Box 9 7 Hoover, Peggy Joyce Carnegie, Oklahoma Yukon , Oklahoma Jones, Shirley Beverl y Bethany, Oklahoma Hoover, Shirley Jean Bethany, Oklahoma ~~~t eM3a rg ie Ro e Horger, James 路Caughey Troup, T exas 501 W. 1Oth St. Dallas, T exas Keesee, Thom as Frank lin 2432 24th St., Horger, Wohnono Lubbock, Tex a s 50 1 W. 1Oth St . Dallas, Texas Kesler, Gerold Ri chard Hornbaker, Eva May Bethany , Oklahoma 110 W . 12th St. Klopfenstein , Faye Rihn N ewton , Kan sa s Route 5, Box 470 Houchin , Harvey Anthony Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Ro ute 2, Box 441 Knight , Luth er Rho e Ft . Smith, Arkansas 703 S. E. 6 th St., H ouse, Janet Rhea Mineral Well s, T exas Bethany, Oklahoma Knjght, Cleo Morselle 807 S. W . 5th St. House, Mar jea n Mary Mineral Well s, Te xas Bethany, Oklahoma Kreie, Noami Isabelle 301 Keystone Houston, Edward Raymond Stafford, Kansas Box 149 Di ll, Oklahoma Krey, Ferne Zen ith , Kansas Howard , Leon Layton 512 Fillmo re Kuykendall , Lela Loui se Topeka, Kan sas Bethany, Oklahoma Hudson, Jam es Junior Kuykendall , Wanda Lee 2511 Marshall Bethany, Oklahoma Little Rock, Arkan sas Loben ske, Berta Mae 900 Ta y lo r St . Hudson , Luc i ll e Gunter Austin, T exas 25 11 Marshall Little Rock, A rkan sas Londtroop, Esther Mari e Sta r Route l , Maple, T exas Hurn, Edward William Lemay, Violet Mildred 915 N . Cedar Portal es, N ew Mex ico Kingman , Kansas Hawkins, Lometa Cullwel l Bethany, Oklahoma H ebert, Celest ine Ann 535 Palm St. Beaumont, T exas

Hurn , Made ly n Kirkpatrick 9 15 N . Cedar Kin gm a n, Kon.sos

Littre ll, Richard Earl 1214 Scott St. Beatrice, Nebraska

Hurn, Raymond Walter 915 N . Ceda r Kingm a n, Kan sas

Lang , Anita Loui se 600 E. Volley St . M orri Iton, Arkansas

Huse, Jennie Bethany, Oklahoma

Longman, Charlotte Winnifred Charenton, St. Marys, La.

路 Longnecker, Betty Bethany, Oklahoma Longnecker, Eugene Bethany, Oklahoma Long necker, Evangeline Moe Bethany , Oklahoma Longnecke r, Frances McPhail Bethany, Oklahoma Lo ngnecker, William Bethan y, Oklahoma Lorance, Nadine Berni ce RFD Hydro, Oklahoma Ludwi g, Martha Eli zabeth Bethany, Ok lahoma Ludwig , Oletho Mae Bethany, Oklahoma Ly tl e, Glen Eliott 82 1 W . 7th St . Junction City, Kan sas McClain, Charles Allen 100 1 1 1th Ave. Bradenton, Florida McClain, Jerry Benjamin Bradenton , Florida McClaren , Mildred 405 N . 1Oth St. Independence, Kansa s McCurry, Ra e Jan ette Bethany, Oklahoma McDowell , Sy lv a M erl e 101 N . Lindenwood Topeka , Kan sas McGill , William Horrell Box 16 Carmi , Illinois M c Kibbon , David Richard 8 75 Michigan Ave. Pasadena, California Mclain, Charlotte Ann Bethany, Oklahoma Mclain, Mariglyn Bethany, Oklahoma McMahan , Marion Esther Bethany, Oklahoma McMahon , Joseph Wendell Bethany, Oklahoma McRee, Moe Frances 386 Palm Ave. Houma , Lou isi ana McReynolds, Emery Le Roy Bethany, Oklahoma McWilliams, El bert Blackburn, Oklahoma Mccrory, Harry Blair Bethany, Oklahoma Mann , Nino Bel l S. 3 rd St Medford, Oklahoma Manners, Clarence Ray Bethany, Oklahoma Marrinan, Mary Alice Bethany, Oklahoma Marsh , William Edward Route 1 Portales, N ew M exico Martin, Ann Bethany, Oklahoma Martin , Jock Route 2 Bloomburg, Arkan sas Maxwell , Roy 300 S. E. 3 rd Ave . Mineral Wells, T exas MQYo, Minnie Ruth 16 35 Hodges St. Lake Charl es, Louisiana M eado r, Groce Winifred General Delivery Richmond, California Meek, Reoth y l Irene Route 4 Lawrence, Kansa s Meek , Wesley Earl Route 4 Lawren ce, Kan sa s Melton, Delio Nell Box 547 Crane, Texas Miller, Adolph 1619 W . 9 th St, Texarkana, Texas Miller, Alfred Cl int o n Manchester, Oklahoma Miller, Audrey Carol 1417 E. 12th St. Winfi e ld, Kansas Miller, Delo res Pea r l Bethany, Ok lahoma


M iz ell, Almeta Estell e I I I 0 Crane St.

Sweetwater, Texas M oning e r, Gene Franklin

Bethany, Oklahoma Montandon , Charles Clay Waurika, Oklahoma Moore, Helen Faye Bethany, Oklahoma Moore, Roxie Ann 2450 Brannon Dallas, Tex a s Moore, Virginia Lee Route I Raft, Oklahoma Margan, Gracie Noami 9012 16 th Ave. , S. W. Seattle, Washington Morgan, Melvin Chester 9012 16 th Ave., S. W. Seattle, Washington Matsenbocker, Oscar Othel I I 7 E. Castro Norman , Oklahoma Mullen , Glenda Marte il Bethany, Oklahoma Munn, Luke Eugene Route 4

Rosston , Arkansas Murphree, Julia Odean Hamlin, Texas Neal, Melba Lynn Bethany, Oklahoma Nesmith, Paul Ray 409 S. Eddy Ave.

Deni son , Texas Neufe ld, Floyd J. 429 York Ave. York, Nebraska Neufeld, Beulah Friesen 429 York Ave . York, Nebraska Newell, Donald Leland Stafford, Kansas Newell, Margaret Hoopingarner Stafford, Kansa s N ye, Robert Noel I 07 V2 Mishawaka A ve. Mishawaka, Indiana O'Hair, Marlene Mabel May, Oklahoma Olive, lla Aline 2948 9th St. Part Arthur, Tex a s Orr, David Elm o 607 W . 2nd St . Roswell, New Mexico Orr, Wilson Lee 1000 N . Mi ssouri

Roswell" New Mexico Owens, Charles Oscar Catesby, Oklahoma Parenti , Rose Marie Bethany, Oklahoma Pate, Laverne Bounds Bethany, Oklahoma Patterson , Virginia Lorene Abernathy, Texas Patterson, William Lewis Abernathy, Texas Payne, Effie Marie Bethany, Oklahoma Payne, Robert Clifton Bethany, Oklahoma Pearce, Mary Catherine Bethany, Oklahoma Pearce, Maureen Louise Bethany, Oklahoma Peterson , Leonard 906 E. I Oth St . Junction City, Kansas Peterson, Marvin Arthur

Udall, Kansas Persall , Clifford 89 N. Florida St . Amarillo, Texas

Phillips, Janelle Arlen e Bethany, Oklahoma Phipps, Junia Mathilda II 12 West Divi sion St. Henryetta , Oklahoma Phipps, Twylah Lou ise 304 West St . Loui s St . Wetumka, Oklahoma Powell, Clean Gray Kingston , Oklahoma Pritchett , Frances Lucille Bethany, Oklahoma

Pu lts, Jam es (leste r 124 N. Main Springdale, Arkansa s Purdy, Elgin Wayne 1337 E. 81 st Terrace Kansas City , Missouri Rairdan, Jack Thoma s 2116 S. Central Avenue Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Reazin , Lawrence Vincent Hugoton, Kansa s Redburn, Esther Rena Route I M cCune, Kansas Redwine, Laverne Sch ofield Bethany, Oklahoma Reeves, Erma Loree Vici, Oklahoma Reneau, Irene Maude 1203 East Ash El Reno, Oklahoma Rhodes, Virgil Star Route Hart, Texas Rhodes, Woodie Lee Star Route Hart, Texas ~ipoer, Opal Wheeler Bethany, Oklahoma Ri g gs, William Gerald ! Bi ll) Bethany, Oklahoma Roberts, Charlie Lesli e Bethany, Oklahoma Roberts, John Edward Bethany, Ok Iaham a Roberts, Mildred Ri ce Bethan y, Oklahoma Robertson , H elen Loui se 906 East Broadway Newton, Kan sas Robertson, Marjorie Nell 906 East Broadway

Newton , Kan sas Robertson, Mary Ernestine Route 5 Norman, Oklahoma Rack, Clinton Andrew, Jr. Omaha, Nebraska Roeber, Johnny Gwenda Ia 1807 S. Locust Pittsburg, l<ansas Rawe, Floyd Webb I 519 S. E. 29th St . Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Rule, Georgia Eugene 717 Butternut Abilene, T exas Russell, Lillian Mildred 904 Lucille St. Little Rock , Arkansas Sanford , Elaine Ruth Bethany, Oklahoma Sanford, Mary Jewell Bethany, Oklahoma Sanford, Richard Hillis Bethany, Oklahoma Saunders, Mareta Vivian Bax 56 Roosevelt, Oklahoma Sayes, James Ott is 6120 Willard Ave . Shreveport, Loui siana Sayes, Melba Lea 6120 Willard Ave. Shreveport , Loui siana

Schuneman , Donald Eugene Route I Renfrow , Oklahoma Setliff, Mary Geneva Route I Mathis, Texas Sharp , David Livingston 802 Grant Carthage, Missouri Sharpton, Lillian Vivian Route 4 Center, T exas Sharpton, Valeria Lucille Route 4 Center, T exa s Shaw, Lora Louise Bethany, Oklahoma Shellenberger , Elfrieda Mae 1538 N . Waco Wichita, Kansas Shellenber~er, Elmer By ron 1538 N . Waco Wichita , Kan sa s Shepherd, James Orv ill e Bethany, Oklahoma

Shepherd , Ma t tie Burto n Bethany, Oklahoma Sh errill, Caroly n Estell e Bethany, Oklahoma Sherrill, Charles Thomas Bethany, Oklahoma Sherrill, Ray Edwin 3 6 28 N . W . 12 th St . Oklahoma City, Oklahom a Shrum, Monteen Box 43 8 Pittsburg , Texas Simpson , Geraldin e Irene Piedmont, Okla homa Simpson, Virginia 219 East 12th St . Pine Bluff, Arkansa s Slead, Grace 80 6 Rural Ave. Emporia, Kansa s Smith , Jean Barbara Bethany, Oklahoma Smith , Mabelle Marie Bethany, Oklahoma Smith , John Stephen 3517 E. Capitol St., S. E. Wa shington , D . C. Snow, Wanda I 09 West Jenkins St . El Reno, Oklahoma Snowbarger, Velma Lee Route 2 Sylvia , Kan sa s Spicer, Charles Madioon Kiowa, Kan sas Spinks, Robert Lauris 6613 Fairfield Ave. Shreveport, Loui siana Spradlin, George Lee Bethany, Oklahoma Spradlin, Virginia Allen Bethany, Oklahoma Stands, Jacob Eugene Bethany, Oklahoma Stands, Talmadge Horn Bethany, Oklahoma Stewart, Tessi e Mae Route 6, Box 4 00 San Antonio, T exa s Stockett, Betty Lou Bethany, Oklahoma Stockett , Emma Eunice Bethany, Oklahoma Stockton, Ruth Bast Bethany, Oklahoma Stone, Lois Elain e Route I , Box 79 Burrton, Kansa s Strang, Joy ce Marie Bethany, Oklahoma Streigel, Yvonne Joyce Bethany, Oklahoma Stroman , Davi d Box 132 Olmito, Texa s Stumpff, Carol Margi e Bethany, Oklahomo Stumpff, Donna Lee Bethany, Oklahoma Swann, Victor Gale Bax 8 5 Beebe, Arkansas Swift, Clyde N. DeQueen, Arkan sa s Swigart, Patricia Ann Bethany, Oklahoma Swigart, Thea Drake Bethany, Oklahoma Taylor, Helen Hearn Bethany, Oklahoma Terry, Naomi Lucill e Route 2 Bloomburg, Texas Terry, Ruth Marie Rout e 2 Bloomburg , Texa s Tharp, Norma Jean Bethany , Okl a homa Theall , Preston Joseph Route I , Box I G Sil sbee, T ex a s Thomas, J. Melton 2110 N . W . Park Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Thompson, James Luther Be than y, Oklahoma Tischmacher , Forrest Inez 3 603 Eutopia Greenville, Texa s

Toepfer, Naomi Ruth Route 4 Kingfi sher, Oklahoma Transue, Thelma Kathl een 3 15 E. Cherry Ave . Ponca City, Oklahoma Trice~ Catherine Louise Route 2, Box 4 8 2 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Troutman , Robert Box 83 Foy il , Oklahoma Tudor, Perry Edward 6 11 W . State Enid, Oklahoma T y son, Luther Ewing 21 85 E. 6 Ct. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Vandervort, Gerald Burton Bethany, Oklahoma Vandervor t , Lois Dunbar Bethany, Oklahoma Venable, Flora Marie 160 8 S. Grand Monroe, Louisiana Venable, Genevieve Pierce Bethany, Oklahoma V ogt, Peter Kenneth Bethany, Oklahoma Vogt, Ruby Bethany, Oklahoma V oigt, Dorothy Hanna Bethany, Oklahoma Voigt, Willie Woodrow Bethany, Oklahoma Walden, Everette Orv ille Box 13 Ford, Kansa s Weaver, Lillian Ruth 675 Madison Beaumont, Texas Wessel s, Dean Howard 602 W . Page Dallas, Texas Wharton , Joyce Mildred 63 0 I I th St. Lake Charles, Louisi a na White, Louvenia Inez 302 S. 9th Avenue Durant, Oklahoma Whittenburg , V eta Mae Route I Dill, Oklahoma Whitten, Alice Mari e Bethany , Oklahoma Whitten , Loyce Bethany, Oklahoma Willey, Ella Lavelle Bethany, Oklahoma Willey, Eva Janice Bethany, Oklahoma Williams, Albert 1152 N . Atlanta Tulsa , Oklahoma Williams, Trafton DeVoigt 9 15 Cumberland Drive, Little Rock , Arkansas Willingham , Mariam Irene Olivet, Illinois Wi Ison , Euqene Royc e 8 12 N. Kansas Ro swell, New Mexico Wilson, Irene Ella 1464 Wirt St . Wichita, Kansas Wilson, John Albert Bethany, Oklahoma Wil son Warren Kenneth 8 12 N . Kansas Roswell, New Mexico W iman , Eula Merle Bethany, Oklahoma Wood , Lyman Paul I 0 6 Duncan St. Hillsboro, Texas Woodring , Edith Marie Bethany, Oklahoma W oodring , Lou Ella Bethany, Oklahoma Wright , Una Marwilda 8 11 S. 5th St . K iowa , Kan sas Wright, Vernon La Moine 8 11 S. 5th St. Kiowa , Kan sa s Wyett , Lloyd Deane 8 14 N . St. Paul St . Wichita, Kansas Yarbrough, Guyon Bevington Bethany, Oklahoma



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