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BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE Bethany, Oklahoma Editor BoB TROUTMAN

Associate Editor ToMMIE JoHNSON

Business Manager NEIL HIGHTOWER Secretary MIZELL

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To one ,,vho, through vital Christian experience, a high appreciation of spiritural values, and the proper use of scholastic opportunities, has attained an exemplary integration of life . . . to one, the very quality of whose soul impels him to inspire others ... in appreciation of his work, his Christian example, and his friendship . .

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dedicate the 194 7 ARROW to Professor Jack \ V . Moore


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The ability to make religion an integral part of life is not gained over night. Training is necessary before we can know how to apply the Christian ethic to the things we do; say, and feel. This is the purpose of Bethany-Peniel College ... to provide training for Christian young people in a thoroughly religious atniosphere, and under the leadership of capable teachers who, through training and personal experience, have made an integration of life. The 194 7 ARROW has been planned to give you an un-biased view of our school. vVe have emphasized every phase of college life; for we believe that whether it be social, athletic, or scholastic, it is religious when organized around and carried on according to Christian ideals.


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FINE ARTS BUILDING


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COLLEGE CI-IURCI-I

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CONTENTS BOOK I ____________ ___ ADMINISTRATION BOOK II ____ FACULTY AND CURRICULA BOOK III ______ ASSOCIATED STUDENTS BOOK IV ____ STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS BOOK V ___ ______ __ ________ _______ SPORTS BOOK VI ______ ___ _______ _COLLEGE LIFE


ADMINISTRATION


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OSCAR. J. FINCH

FRANK J . KEMENDO

PRESI DENT

BUSINESS MANAGER

May 1, 1947

To the Students of Bethany-Penie1 College: Today we are participating in privileges that have been purchased for us by others. We are the beneficiaries of a rich legacy, the treasures of which will become increasingly meaningful with the passing of the years. The friendships which we have formed are deep in their significance. In most instances, these friendships have been formed because of the appreciation of the real worth of the sterling character found in one another. In any event, the significance of our college relationships will became more and more apparent as many ~row and develop in Christian grace and usefulness and as they become responsible leaders in their respective fields of service. Our teachers are rendering priceless service. Years of toil and study have qualified them to lead us past the quagmire of error to the gateways of truth. Sound Christian character, an appreciation of true life and of 路 real values, and the element of sacrificial service, which motivates their work, has given these teachers a genuine concern for those in whom they are endeavoring to make such worthwhile investment. Time will enhance the value which we place upon the godly life and the priceless counsel which each of them has given us.

The value of study, the import of courses, the impact of the college chapel, the influence of friends, the worship of the church and the guidance of our leaders will be revealed in their true worth as we draw upon the strength which they have contributed to our lives or as we find ourselves weak because of our failure to have properly appreciated and stored these riches. May we at once, if we have not already done so, make such personal adjustment as will enable us in life's eventide to review with gratit1,1de, and without embarrassment, the pages of this record which our efficient ARROW staff has given us.

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BOARD 0 Rev. W. A. Carter, Eastern Oklahoma District Dr. Jarrette Aycock, Kansas City District Rev. A. Milton Smith, Kansas City District Dr. Harold Reed;

Rev. Curtis Smith, Dallas District Rev. Odell Brown, Abilene District

Rev. A. Leroy Taylor, Western Oklahoma District Rev. Mrs. Agnes Diffee, Arkansas District Dr. Roy Cantrell, Kansas District Dr. C. B. Strang, Western Oklahoma District

Rev. J. Melton Thomas, San Antonio District Rev. W . Lawson Brown, Nebraska District Rev. W . R. McClure, Abilene District Rev. W. H . Johnson, Eastern Oklahoma District

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rRUSTEES Rev. W . B. Walker, Abilene District Mr. B. M. Hall, Western Oklahoma District Rev. R. T. Williams, Jr., Western Oklahoma District Dr. B. F. Neely, Eastern Oklahoma District

Mr. John Stockton, Alumni Representative Dr. C. A. McConnell (not a board member)

Rev. Wayne Sears, Kansas City District Rev. R. M. Parks, Arkansas District Rev. J. W . Short, Arkansas District Mr. E. W . Snowbarger, Kansas District

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Rev. Elbert Dodd, Louisiana District Rev. W. 0. Fisher, Louisiana District Rev. Paul Garrett, Dallas District

Rev. Hadley Hall, San Antonio District Rev. H. M. Curtis, Eastern Oklahoma District Rev.

R:B. Keny, Eastern Oklahoma District

Dr. I. C. Matthis, Dallas District

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REGISTRAR'S OFFICE

PROFESSOR C. H. WIMAN Registrar

f.. -Mccoune\\ Mrs. C . 路 secretary

Marceliene Thompson Office Assistant

Carolyn Davis and Alberta Student Assistants

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Margaret Henderson Student Assistant


BUSINESS OFFICE

Mr. Frank

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Business Manager 路

Jimmie Roach Cashier

Dan Beresford Veteran Administrator

Elaine Timm Secretary

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Ruth Ann Miller Office Assistant


Ten of the finest gentlemen and one of the sweetest ladies that can be found anywhere,-this is the ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL. Dr. 0 .

Why should any student fear the Council? He needn't if he behaves "himself!

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Mr. Frank

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Professor C. C. Crill Professor Lester Dunn Professor" Earl V. Greer

Professor E. C. Hall Dr. Wilson C . La Due Professor

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Professor Vernon Snowbarger Professor C . H. Wiman

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Miss Bernice Dawson, Secretary to the President

Miss Miriam Scott Secretary to the Business Manager

Miss Minnie Lea Taylor Secretary to the Dean of Student Life

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FACULTY AND CURRICULA


The Faculty at Chapel

DIVISION 01=

LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES

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LIBERAL ARTS CURRICULA Liberal arts curricula are offered leading to graduation with the foll owing degrees : Bachelor of Arts (A. B.); Bachelor of Arts in Speech (A. B. in Speech) ; Bachelor of Science in Business Education (B. S. in Business Education ); Bachelor of Science in Home Economics (B.S. in Home Economics).


PROFESSOR C. HAROLD RIPPER Dean Liberal Arts and Sciences

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DR. WILSON C. LA DUE Acting Dean Liberal Arts and Sciences

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HISTORY DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES To give the student a general view of the development of civilization and lead him to a proper appreciation of the unity and continuity of history. To give an interpretation of human relations, in reference to Christian standards of living, through an intelligent understanding of the factors involved in society's cultural, economic, social, and political problems.

PROFESSOR FRED FLOYD Chairman

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I:NGLIS~ DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES Skill in the communication of ideas through speech and writing. Training in intelligent, appreciative reading. Comprehension of the significant features of the English language, its growth, development,' and present status. Wide acquaintance with good literature; the understanding of our recorded heritage of significant ideas, great personalities, meaningful human experience, and artistic forms of expression.

PROFESSOR WILLIS B. DOBSON Chairman

PROFESSOR VADA LEE BEARD

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PROFESSOR ANNA B. LAUGHBAUM

PROFESSOR CAROL S. LUNDY

PROFESSOR MARIANNA SIMMONS

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I-lOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES The major objective of the Home Economics department is to offer courses to the student which will enable her to achieve a satisfactory social relationship, and opportunity to acquire techniques and skills needed in immediate personal and home ' living, and learning how to use her resources to attain the goals set up as the most worthwhile values of life. This objective is best obtained in conjunction with a high standard of Christian living.

PROFESSOR EURELA BROWN Chairman

PROFESSOR ANNE GREVE

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(First row ) R. Heap, M. Akin, Prof. E. Brown, E. Simpson, H . Jories, M . Ingle. (Second row ) M . Perkins, P. Jameson, M . Rowlett, L Davenport, E. Harris . (Third row) S. Davis, L. Bynum, N . Harris, I. Carlson, D . Buffington, M . Shive, L. King, L. Rowlett. (Fourth row) I. Raymer, E. Nee!, L. Hoffpauir, A. Butler, M . Rose, M . Hale, R. Carter, R. Reeves. (Fifth row) C . M cGill , D . Mizell, P. Timm, A. Duffey, B. Jones, K. Taylor, J. Johnson, A. Groff, A. Hoffpauir.

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C~EMISTRY DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES To aid the stud_e nt in understanding and appreciating the part that chemistry has played and is playing in the development of our civilization and in the extension of our understanding of the physical world. To aid the student to acceptable laboratory te6hniques and an appreciation of the possibilities of scientific research. To provide thorough training for those who expect to enter such specialized fields as teaching, research, engineering, industrial chemistry, medicine, and other professions; also to provide general knowledge of chemistry for those who wish a broad cultural background. To aid the student in realizing that there is agreement between true science and the Christian religion .

PROFESSOR BOYD SHANNON Chairman

BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES To develop skills and acquire knowledge which will enable the students to assume responsibility for their personal, family, and social business activities. To develop skills and attitudes which enable the students to secure initial office positions and make shorter their apprenticeship period in business . . To 路 develop proper social, economic, and business understandings which will enable the students to lead satisfactory lives as individuals and as useful members of society.

PROFESSOR D. R. DANSKIN Chairman

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MODERN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES Learning the skills involved in language, particularly that of reading to acquire the tools for gaining knowledge of foreign countries available only in the native language. Becoming acquainted . with the literature and thought of foreign countries. Acquiring some knowledge of the cultural background of civilization. The interpretation of foreign literature from the standpoint not only of good taste but also of Christian standards.

DR. WILSON C. LA DUE Chairman

PROFESSOR V ADA LEE BEARD

PROFESSOR C . H . WIMAN

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PSYCI-IOLOGY DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES To help all student to formulate a personal interpretation of human behavior which is compatible with a Christian concept of personality and is supported by the experimental data of a sound scientific psychology. To help all students to gain insight into the principles of motivation that will lead to intelligent ., control of personal conduct, and to.. effective participation and leadership in activities of the social group. To provide thorough undergraduate training in psychology for those who expect to enter such specialized fields as teaching, research, the Christian ministry, vocational counseling, industrial psychology, clinical psychology, and psychiatry. :ro provide professional counseling service for those who are in need of guidance in making vocational, educational, or personality adjustments.

PROFESSOR C. HAROLD RIPPER Chairman

PROFESSOR MARY LA DUE

PROFESSOR ANNE GREVE

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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES The motivation and guidanc~ necessary for the acquisition of the mental skills, techniques and factual knowledge requisite to a thorough mastery of the elementary mathematical tools found most useful in everyday life. Emphasis on valid derivation based on correct logical procedures. An appreciative understanding of the nature and spirit of mathematics in general; its cultural aspects, its relation to the sciences, philosophy, and other liberal arts.

PROFESSOR EARL V. GREER Chairman

PROFESSOR E. C. HALL

PROFESSOR VERNON A. SNOWBARGER

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SPEECH DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES To improve the diction, voice modulation and platform manner of the student, with a view to developing unaffected individuality. To provide training in effective speech for those " students whose chosen profession or avocation may require proficiency in public speaking. To 路develop skill in expression which will better equip the individual for places of leadership in community and church.

PROFESSOR LAWRENCE T. HOLMAN Chairman

PROFESSOR HELEN FAYE WADE

PROFESSOR CAROL S. LUNDY

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Mary Steve Sledge .. Graduate

Delene Johnson Graduate

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Mabel Cooner Graduate

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CURRICULA IN RELIGION Curricula are offered in religion leading to graduation with the Bachelor of Theology (Th. B.) degree, and the Certificate in Theology. The College also offers the Bachelor of Arts (A. B.) degree with a major in religion. The requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in religion, are the regular degree requirements in the Bachelor of Arts curriculum.


DR. 0 . J. FINCH Dean Philosophy and Religion

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DR. C. A. McCONNELL Dean Emeritus of Religion

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PI-ll LOSOPI-IY DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES To become aware of he religious and philosophic patterns of thought and conduct of our Western culture. To furnish the student with some of the tools of thought to be used alike by the theologian and scientist. To relate the natural ethic to the Christian revelation. To give meaning and perspective to the whole of the educational process. To lead the student to the discovery of and commitment to the true Christian values.

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RELIGION DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES THE GENERAL AIM OF THIS DEPARTMENT IS TO PROVIDE FOR ALL STUDENTS: A knowledge and understanding of the Bible. An outline of those basic truths which are essential to Christian experience and living. A proper emphasis upon the doctrine and experience of holiness. Inspiration and guidance toward a life of Christian service.

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE THERE IS A FURTHER OBJECTIVE OF PROVIDING FOR THE MINISTERIAL STUDENTS: A more adequate knowledge of the doctrines and practices of the Christian Church. A familiarity with principles of Biblical interpretation . A broad and foundational studv for those who plan to take advanced work in this field . A working knowledge of the task, of the message, and of the procedures in the Christian ministry today.

DR. 0. J. FINCH Chairman

PROFESSOR JACK MOORE

PROFESSOR FRED FLOYD

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PROFESSOR MARK MOORE

DR. C. B. STRANG

PROFESSOR HARPER WELCH

PROFESSOR C. H . WIMAN

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DIVISION 01= I=INE ARTS 59


Fine Arts Curricula

FINE ARTS CURRICULA Curricula are offered in fine arts leading to graduation with the following degrees, certificates, and diplomas : Bachelor of Music (B. Mus.); Bachelor of Music Education (B. Mus. Ed.); Bachelor of Fine Arts (B . F. A.); Certificate in Music; Certificate in Applied Music; Certificate in Church Music'; Diploma in Applied Music; Certificate in Interpretative Speech. DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES I.

THE TRAINING OF YOUNG PEOPLE TO CARRY ON THE MUSIC PROGRAM OF THE CHURCH. A. The preparation of students as ministers of music and church music directors. B. The training of ministers for an understanding of the music of the church. C. The training of evangelistic singers and song leaders. D. The training of church organists and pianists.

II. THE TRAINING OF YOUNG PEOPLE FOR THE TEACHING PROFESSION IN THE FINE ARTS. A. The training of teachers for grade and high school teaching in both the instrumental and vocal departments. B. The training of teachers for teaching applied music and music theory on the college level. III. THE TRAINING OF THOSE ESPECIALLY GIFTED SO THEY ARE PREPARED FOR GRADUATE WORK. A. This training is given especially in the applied branches of the Fine Arts (such a Voice, Piano, or Organ) preparing for individual achievement.

B. The ground work is given for teachers in the fields of church music, music theory, and music education. IV. THE PRESENTATION OF THE FINE ARTS IN SUCH A WAY AS TO GIVE A CULTURAL BACKGROUND TO EACH STUDENT IN THE COLLEGE.

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PROFESSOR C. C. CRILL Dean Fine Arts

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PROFESSOR MARL LA DUE Chairman Piano Department

PROFESSOR LESTER DUNN Chairman Voice Department


PROFESSOR WILO MAY BERESFORD Chairman Music Theory

PROFESSOR WAYNE THORNE Chairman Instrumental Public School Music


PROFESSOR ALICE CRILL Chairman Vocal Public School Music

PROFESSOR ELIZABETH NELSON Chairman Church Music

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PROFESSOR LLOREE W . CLARK Piano

PROFESSOR WILO MAY BERESFORD Piano and Theory

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PROFESSOR C. C. CRILL Voice

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PROFESSOR NAOMI DOBSON

PROFESSOR LESTER DUNN

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PROFESSOR RACHEL JACKSON

PROFESSOR MARY FLICK

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PROFESSOR ELIZABETH NELSON Voice and Church Music

PROFESSOR MARY LA DUE Piano and Theory

PROFESSOR ALICE LEWIS Voice

PROFESSOR MARIANNA SIMMONS Piano and Theory

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PROFESSOR DUANE SMITH

PROFESSOR VELMA STROMAN

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PROFESSOR RUTH TAYLOR Piano

PROFESSOR WAYNE THORNE Theory

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A CAPPELLA C~OIR

(Front row) B. Lindley, W. Helm, V. Hastings, M. Cate, H . Hightower, C. Horn, C . Jernigan. (Second row) B. K. White, H . Overmyer, F. Wiggs, M. Roeber, C. Robertson, M. Scott, J. Kee, P. Janzen, M Ball. (Third row) B. Baker, R. Unruh, B. Kifer, T . Stands, M. Little, A. Houts, G. Moore, W . Mansveld, G. Brown, L. Hillery. (Fourth row) M. Unruh, L. Tl}ompson, W . .McGill, C. Horn, C. Harville, G. Ronnekamp, M. Knight, M. Lunn, G . Brunson, P. Helm, R. Kee.

Whether it's a religious classic, a familiar hymn, or a Negro spiritual, A CAPPELLA CHOIR is equally good. Picked from the best voices in school, the choir remains the most outstanding choral organization on the campus, the favorite of students, faculty, and friends.

Professor C. C. Crill Director


TREBLE CHOIR First Row: D. Waggoner (pianist), V. Wilson, J. Gault, B. Human, M. Willsey, M. Hammon, D. Buffington, M. Henderson, D. Kifer, Prof.

E. Nelson (director), Second Row: N. Krigbaum, D. Adkins, A. France, G. Parker, P. Clay, J. Carothers, E. Messer, G. Harlan, D . Beaver. Third Row: N. Baker, R. West, M. Cooner, G. Sutton, K. Taylor, V. Hoag, M. Brandes, M. Horn, P. Janzen, P. Lee. Fourth Row: E. Timm, P. White, M. Pittenger, P. Hendrickson, G. McGiachin, B. St. John, J. Turner, L. Loughmiller, N. Hilton.

MALE CHOIR First Row: I. Search, A. Green, H. Lankford, T . Mullins, E. Adams, R. T. Bolerjack, 0 . Davidson, M.

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Second Row: W. Coleman,

T. Cottam, R. Lemmons, V. Ledbetter, I. Kounter, B. Dallas, H. Sayes, J. Gardner, Prof. L. L. Dunn路路( director). Third Row: J. Middleton, C. George, G. Terry, P. Franklin, H. Knippers, W. Bohannon, C. Little, A. Braswell. Fourth Row: W. Miller,"J. Birdwell, J. Carter, A Mayo, D. Wilmoth, L. Birdwell, L. Jones, L. Taylor.


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RECITALISTS

Ramon Unruh Certificate

Mary Jane Lucas Certificate

William McGill Certificate

Mabel Ball Certificate


RECITALISTS

Cha~Iene Jernigan VoiCe; Diploma

Curtis Horn Trombone; Certificate

Harriett Adams Organ; Degree

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Virginia Hoag Violin; Certificate


Celestine Horn Degree

Carroll Harville Degree_

Jean Purgason Certificate

Meretta Kellogg Certificate

RECITALISTS


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Double E. Hill Certificate

Doris Waggoner Diploma

Mildred Roeber Certificate

Charlene Jernigan Certificate


BAND

Professor Wayne M. Thorne Conductor

Top: P. Hopkins, J. Middleton, W. Bohannon, I. Grosclaude Bottom: C. Garrett, P. Cl<).y,

J. Hathaway

Top: E. Vinson, A. Hardin J. Carouthers, D. Williams Bottom: 0. Baldwin, M. Kellogg

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Top.: A. Mayo, R. Lemmons, W. Ketchum Bottom: A. Hicks, J. Tucker E. Carter, B. Cozby


ORCHESTRA

Professor Eldon Basl1ey Director

W. Flick, G. Osfeldt I-I W I ' 路 e man

W . McGill, N. Bolerjack, V . Hoag C. Horn, H. Adams, M. Briscoe

W. Bohannon, M. Kellog, A. Mayo, 0 . Baldwin

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ASSOCIATED STUDENTS


"We, the student body of Bethany-Peniel College, desiring to maintain and perpetuate the ideals for which the college has ever been justly respected and to promote the common interests and general welfare of our college community, do ordain and establish this constitution." -Preamble of Student Constitution

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Registration day last September marked the beginning of a cns1s m BethanyPeniel College. With our enrollment increased to a number greater than the college has ever known before, we had a little concern as to how well student government would function this _year. 路 There were new interests among our more mature students, so that we were at a loss to know the reaction of our student body to the various activities planned by the Student Council. Now that the school year is almost over, we can see that the crisis has been met; and the students of B. P. C. hav~ been a tremendous help in meeting it. The Student Council is a student organization and can function successfully only as you give us your support. 路 There are many thanks that could be offered. I shouid like to express my appreciation to the faculty; various committees, publication editors, and Student Council members for their untiring efforts in making this a historic year for our school. Thanks to all-it has been a 路 joy, an honor, and a privilege to work with and for you. Marselle Knight President, Student Council

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Norman Miller Vice-President

Alma Jean Lunn Secretary


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Reyndal Russell / Student Director of Religious Activities路

Professor and Mrs. J. W. Moore Faculty Sponsor

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Eugene Verbeck, Senior Representative

J.

W . Hall, Jr., Junior Representative Gary 路 Baldwin, Sophomore Representative

James Carter, Freshman Representative Bob Troutman, Editor of the ARROW Forrest Ladd, Editor of the ECHO

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ALMA MATER Of ail the schools in this fair land

There's one whose name we praise, She's founded on ideals of rightâ&#x20AC;˘ To her our songs we raise: Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, Noble and worth-while, Red and white stand for the light Of Bethany-Peniel. W e'II work for her, we'II fight for her Be loyal, brave, and true, W e'II bring her fame and grace her name, In ev'ry thing we do: Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, ,¡ Noble and worth-while, Red and white stand for the light Of Bethany-Peniel. Tho' many ways our paths may lead

When we from school depart, Let faith in God now burning bright, Remain in every heart: Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, Noble and worth-while, Red and white stand for the light Of Bethany-Peniel.

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IN MEMORIAM IRENE ELIZABETH CHERRY, a member of the Freshman class, lost her life in an automobile accident on December 16, 1946: She had returned to Abilene, Kansas, 路 to spend the Christmas -vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Cherry. Mr. Cherry, who was driving the car when the accident occurred, also lost his life.

Irene was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on July 9, 1928. Her grade school and high school work were taken at Peabody, Kansas, where she graduated with the class of '46. She entered Bethany-Peniel in September as a student in the Fine Arts Department. She planned to use her talent in furthering God's Kingdom. While on the campus, Irene was especially active in the religious organizations and regularly attended Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, and Missionary Band. Her conduct and her spirit proved beyond doubt that Chhst was the vital center of her life. B. P. C. is proud to have had Irene as a student. Her memory will linger long in the hearts of both faculty and student body. May her influence be used by God to draw us closer to Him.

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Those six students who smile condescendingly upon the struggles of the rest of the student body are graduates. Already in possession of one degree, these knowledge-thirsty persons are completing requirements for another. As graduates they have two main purposes in life-to continue their education; and to encourage the Freshmen by proving that it's possible to survive even four years under these pitiless profs!

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Beckel, Vivian Gamble, Albert

McReynolds, Emory

Rairdon, Jack

Stands, Jacob Wessels, Dean

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SENIORS


Twenty-seven women and twenty-nine men, the largest graduating class in the history of our school, will receive their long-sought-for degrees either on June 3 or at the close of the summer session. A survey of class history shows that in '43 there were one hundred and eight Freshmen enrolled, twenty-one of whom are receiving degrees this year. During their first year, Carl lngersol served as President; J. R. Smith led the group when they were Sophomores; and James Hamilton was head man for the Juniors. Three sponsors have given advice, sympathy, and class parties-Prof. and Mrs. Vernon Snowbarger, Prof. and Mrs. Earl V. Greer, and Prof. and Mrs. Harper Welch. Under the leadership of James Forman and continued sponsorship of Prof. and Mrs. Welch, this year's activities received a good start with a hamburger fry at Roger's haven. A hobo class party, held in the gym, gave the class an opportunity to relax from the grind of their last year and indulge in an evening of rousing fun .. Besides these strictly class activities there have been the Junior-Senior Banquet, the Faculty Breakfast, the Senior-Junior Breakfast, and the Senior trip. But all has not been play! A summary of the honors held by class members would be impossible, but some idea of their ability is shown by the election of five members to Who's Who. This year's Student Director of Religious Activities, ARRO\V Editor, and president of Phi Delta Lambda are seniors. Class members are active in every phase of school life-mental, physical, and spiritual. As these fifty-six students leave our campus to find places of service, they do not separate themselves from us. For them Bethany-Peniel College will remain the grandest college in the world, and their lives will continue to radiate the principles ::>f B. P. C.-CHARACTER-CULTURE-CHRIST!

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James Forman President

Bill McGill Vice-President

Ann France Secretary

Marjorie Dickerson Treasurer


ADAMS, HARRIETT, Oklahoma City, Oklahorna; 路 Bachelor of Music, Pipe Organ : Junior Play, Degree Recital, Certificate Recital, Piano Ensemble, Christmas Chorus, Organist at Oklahoma City First Church.

AKIN, MILDRED LA VERNE, Altus, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Science, Horne Economics : Prayer and Fasting, Treas. of Horne Ec Club, Senior Yell Leader, Senior Basketball Team, F. T. A., Treas. of Junior Class, Junior Play, Soph . Girl's Athletic Director.

ALGER, DANFORD W., Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, Religion: Prayer and Fasting, Missionary Band, Gospel Team, Junior Play, ECHO Staff sports editor, "B" Club, Band, N.Y.P.S. Sec'y-Treas., Letter in BasketbalL

ANDREW, LEWIS, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy: Phi Delta Lanl'Dda, Prayer and Fasting, Student Athletic Director, Sec'y of "B" 路 Club, Letters in Basketball and SoftbalL

BEBOUT, MEREDITH S., Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Theology: Sunday School Teacher, Prayer and Fasting, Junior 路 Play, A Cappella Choir.

BLAKE, \VILMA DEAN, Quanah, Texas; Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics : Prayer and Fasting, (;ospel Team, Missionary Band, Piano Ensemble, Christmas Chorus, Student Teacher.

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BOLERJACK, NAOMI, Independence, Kansas;_Bachelor of Arts, Spanish : String Ensemble, Orchestra, Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, Missionary Band.

BUFFINGTON, DOROTHY THOMPSON, Sapulpa, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Science, Home Economics: Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Missionary Band, Sunday School Teacher, Christmas Chorus, Treble Chorus.

BUFFINGTON, JACK RALPH, Texarkana, Texas; Bachelor of Theology: Gospel Team, Vice-Pres. of Prayer and Fasting, Mis. sionary Band, Sunday School Teacher, Treas. of N.Y.P.S.

COONER, MABEL, Jasper, Alabama; Bachelor of Arts, Speech : Prayer and Fasting, Degree Recital, Dorm Council, Junior Play, Departmental Play, Trio, Sextet, Treble Chorus, Christmas Chorus.

COZZENS, WAYNE, Capitan, New Mexico; Bachelor of Theology" and Bachelor of Arts, History : Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Missionary Band, "B" Club, Basketball, Softball.

DICKERSON, MARJORIE, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Science, Business Education: Gospel Team, Treas. of Sr. Class, ECHO Staff Typist, F. T . A., Orchestra, Christmas Chorus.


DUFFY, VIRGINIA TIDWELL, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Music, 路Public School Music: Prayer and Fasting, Sunday 路school Teacher, Piano Ensemble, Trio, Christmas Chorus.

FINCH, DEWARD RAYMOND, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor Jf Arts, Religion : Gospel Team, Missionary Band, Dorm Council, A Capella Choir, "B" Club, Softball, Basketball, Track.

FORMAN, JAMES ANDREW, Magnolia, Mississippi; Bachelor of Arts, History : Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Sunday School Supervisor, Pres. of Sr. Class, Debate, A Cappella Choir, Quartet, Student Council Pres., Departmental Play.

FRANCE, ANN, New Philadelphia, Ohio; 路Bachelor of Arts, Spanish: Prayer and Fasting, Junior Play, ECHO Society Editor, ARROW Staff, Sec'y-Treas. of Jr. Class, Dorm Council, Trio, Sextet, Christmas Chorus, Treble Chorus.

GRONEMYER, BILL, Sedro Wooley, Washington; Bachelor of Theology: Prayer and Fasting, Missionary Band, Pres. of Dorm Council.


HARPER, LEONARD C., Bethany, Okla]Joma; Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics: Church Choir, Church Octet, Christmas Chorus, Student Teacher, "B" Club, Letter in Basketball, Track, Softball.

HARVILLE, THOMAS CARROLL, Vivian, Louisiana; Bachelor of Music, Piano, Degree Recital, Certificate Recital, String En· semble, Piano Ensemble, Orchestra, A Cappella Choir VicePresident, Christmas Chorus, All School Quartet, Jr. Play, ARROW Fine Arts Editor.

HEAP, RUBY \VILSON, El Dorado, Kansas; Bachelor of Science, Home Economics : Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, Band, Orchestra, Piano Ensemble, Jr. Girl's Athletic Director, Vice-Pres. " B" Club, Vice-Pres. Home Ec Club, Letters in Soft· ball and Basketball.

HENDRICKSON, PHYLLIS, Conway, Arkansas; Bachelor of Music Education, Vocal Public School Music; Prayer and Fast· ing, Treble Chorus, Christmas Chorus, F. T . A.

HORN, MARY JO, Beaumorit, Texas; Bachelor of Arts; English: Phi Delta Lambda, Junior Play, Dorm Council, ECHO Sports Reporter, Christmas Chorus, Treble Chorus, Trio, Sextet, " B" Club, Letter in Basketball, Cheerleader, Departmental Play.

INGLE, MURIEL COZBY, Dallas, Texas; Bachelor of Science, Hon1e Economics: Student T eacher, Dorm Council, Orchestra, ECIIO Society Reporter, Home Ec Club reporter, Jr. Girl's Athletic Director, ··B" Club, Senior Basketball, Softbalf, Vollcv Ball, Track.

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INGLE, ROY GOODWIN, Dallas, Texas; Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics : Student Teacher, Dorm Council, Junior Play, Boy's Athletic Director, " B" Club, Basketball, Track, Football, SoftbaiL

JONES, HELEN LOUISE, Hutchinson, Kansas; Bachelor of Science, Home Economics : Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Phi Delta Lambda, Dorm Council, Student Teacher, Sec'y of Home Ec Club, Piano Ensemble, Christmas Chorus, Treble Chorus, State Home Ec Representative.

JOHNSON, RUTH DELENE, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, Speech : Gospel Team, Missionary Band, Sunday School Teacher, Who's Who, Junior Play, Degree Recital, Fresh . Sec'y, Soph. Treas., Jr. Student Cmincil Representative.

LUNN, ALMA JEAN, Kansas City, Missouri; Bachelor of Arts, English : Prayer and Fasting, Sunday School Teacher, Pres. of Treble Chorus, Pres. of Dorm Council, Sec'y of Student Council, Editor of ECHO, Who's Who, Letters in Basketball, Softball, and Volley Ball, Athletic Director.

McGILL, CHARLOTTE LONGMAN, Franklin, Louisiana; Bachelor of Science, Home Economics: Sec'y of Young People's Sunday School Division, Student Teacher, Pres. of "B" Club, Sr. Athletic Director, ECHO Sports reporter, T ennis, Baskethall, Softball, Volley Ball.

McGILL, BILL, Carmi, Illinois; Bachelor of Music Education , Public School Music: Pres. of Phi Delta Lambda, Certificate Recital, A Capella Choir, Christmas Chorus, Band, Pres. of Orchestra, String Ensemble.

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MARSH, 'VILLIAM, Portales, New Mexico; 路Bachelor of Theology, and Bachelor of Arts, History: Mi~sionary Band Pres., Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, "B" Club, Basketball.

MOORE, GEORGE CHAPMAN, Dallas, Texas; Bachelor of Arts, English: Vice-Pres. Phi Delta Lambda, Junior Play, Fresh. Student Council Representative, A Cappella Choir Pres., Forensic Tournament: First in Interpretation of Poetry, Second in Radio Speaking, Second in Oratory, Certificate in After Dinner Speaking, Student Teacher, Dorm Council, Toastmaster Jr.-Sr. Banquet.

MOORE, DECIMA JEAN, Phoenix, Arizona; Bachelor of Arts, Speech: Prayer and Fasting, Missionary Band, Gospel Team, Degree Recital, Treble Chorus, Christmas Chorus, One Act Plays, Sunday School Teacher.

MUNN, LUKE E., Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, History: Prayer and Fasting, Student Teacher, Pres. of F.T .A.

NORTHCUTT, CLAUDE LAWRENCE, Bonham, Texas; Bachelor of Theology: Prayer and Fasting, Phi Delta Lambda, Sunday School Teacher, "B" Club, Basketball, Gospel Team.

PARHAM, MARY RUTH, Akron, Ohio; Bachelor of Arts, Speech: Sunday School Teacher, Pres. of Dorm Council, Degree Recital, ECHO reporter.

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PATTERSON, J. HERSCHELL, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Theology.

PIGG, JOYCE, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, English.

PITTENGER, ELLEN ROGERS, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, English: Missionary Band, Gospel Team, Phi Delta Lambda, College Queen, Christmas Chorus, Treble Chorus, Trio.

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PURGASON, JEAN, San Antonio, Texas; Bachelor of Fine Arts: Certificate Recital, Piano Ensemble, Christmas Chorus, Treble Chorus, " B" Club, Baseball.

ROBN E' IT, CLII•TON, Kl ondi ke. Texas: Bachelor of Arts, Religion : l'ra vcr and Fasting.

RUSSELL. JAl'dES REYNDAL. Clarks,·illc. i\ lississippi : Bachelor of 'J'hcolog1·: Student Director of Rel igio ns Acti,·itics, i\ lis· sionarv Band , Gospel T eam, l'r;n-cr and Fasting. Sn nda1· School Teacher, Christmas Chorns, Jr. Vi ce- Pres., Donn Counci l.

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SCROGGINS, EUGENE, Blanchard, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Theology: Gospel Team, Student Pastor, Supt. of Buildings and Crounds.

SIMPSON, EULA MERLE WIMAN, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Science, Home Economics: Who's Who, Phi Delta Lambda, ARROW staff, Fresh . Student Council Representative, Christmas Chorus, Pres. of Home Ec. Club, Sec'y-Treas. of f'. T. A.

SIMPSON, HENRY PAUL, Bethany; Bachelor of Arts, Religion, Who's Who, Phi Deita Lambda, Jr. Play, Men's Counselor, Campus Maintenance Supervisor, Sunday School Teacher.

SLEDGE, STEVIE HOPE, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, Speech : Prayer and Fasting, Fresh. Sec'y-Treas., Junior Play, Degree Recital, A Cappella Choir, Christmas Chorus.

SLEDGE, D. WAYNE, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, Psychology: Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Tenu, A Cappella Choir, Quartet, Departmental Play, Sundav School Te1cher.

SMITH, J. RUSSELL, Ada, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts,. Psychology: Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Junior Play, Senior Student Council Representative, Dorm Council, Soph~ Class Pres., Departmental Play, Sunday School Teacher.

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STANDS, TALMADGE HORN, Beaumont, Texas; Bachelor of Arts, Speech: Director of Jr. Plays, Degree Recital, Certificate Recital.

STEWART, RETIS, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Arts, Religion: Prayer and Fasting, A Cappella Choir, Ouartet.

THOMPSON, RAYMOND LEE, Independence, Kansas; Bachelor of Theology: Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Missionary Band, Orchestra, Christmas Chorus, Departmental Play.

TAYLOR, MINNIE LEA, Bethany, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Science, Business Education: Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, Missionary Band, Sec'y to Dean of Student Life.

TROUTMAN, ROBERT DELWYN, Bushyhead, Oklahoma; Bachelor of Theology: Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Missionary Band, ARRO\V Editor, \Vho's \Vho , College Marshall, Phi Delta Lambda, Student Council.

VERBECK, EUGENE ROY, \\' ichita, Kansas; Bachelor of Arts, Rel igion: \ Vho's \Vho, Phi Delta Lambda Pres., Junior Play, Sec'y of N. Y. P. S., Sundav School Teacher, ''B" Cluh, Tennis, Quartet.

\VALDEN, EVERETTE, Dallas, Texas; Bachelor of Science, Chemistry: Christmas Chorus, A Cappella Choir, Male Choir, Junior Play, Band, All School Quartet. Trombone Trio, ECHO Business Jlvfanager.

\VEST, RHEBA EILEEN, Poteau, Oklahoma; B<lchclor of Arts . Histon路: Prayer and Fasting, l\fissionarv Band, Gospel Team , Christmas Chorus, Treble Chorns, Vice-Pres. of Dorm Council, ECHO Reporter, ARRO\V Secretary.

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rr7he House 1Beautiful" PRESENTED BY

SPONSORED BY

THE SPEECH DEPARTMENT

THE SENIOR CLASS

CAST Guy Stayton ____ ______ ________ ___ ___ __ __Harrell Lankford Elbert Baxter __ ______________ ___ ____ ___ __ Dean Wilmoth Archibald Davis ____ __ ___ _____ _____ ________ George Moore Jennifer Davis ______ __ ___ __ ____ ______ _______ Doris Beaver Hulda ---------- ____ __ __ ___ __ _______________ Betty Nash Nina Baxter ___________ ___ __ ___ _____ __ ______ Polly Harris Dr. Brink _____________ _______ _________ ____ Mervel Lunn Sam Dreyer __ _____________ _____ _____ ___ ___ Paul Franklin Martha \Viley ___________________ _____ _____ Mabel Cooner Richard Davis Age ten __ __________________ _________ _Herlwyn La Due Afterwards -------------------------------Jack Armold Vivian Baxter ----------- --- --- ---- - - - ------- -- - 10 Horn

Mrs. Talmadge Stands Director

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" If you're holding a fort-your home of your soulit's a big thing to end where you started."

"He ran out in front of Sam's car. That's all I know."

"You mean you vote 'no'? Why, you crazy thing. I'm giving you the opportunity of a lifetime."

"Our work's done Archie. I'm ready to go now andI'm tired, too."

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JUNIORS


The exclamation marks in the Crills' eyes and the gleaming silver service are just two more memories to be tucked away in the minds of B.P.C.'s ninetysix Juniors. This year, a busy and profitable one, officially began with a hayride to Lake Overholser, and ended with refreshments in the sponsors' back yard. Then, full of vim, vigor, and vitality, the Junior boys ran away with the season's football championship. It took sixty-one minutes to play that game because the last minute played off a tie. Soon after, long nights of practice on the class play, Harriet, began. On November 21st and 22nd the excellent cast played to a full house. The play was based upon the eventful life of Harriet Beecher Stowe. Its humor, pathos, and tense dramatic moments made it a play to be long remembered. With the opening of the basketball season, the Juniors again gained the spotlight. Their consecutive victories led to their winning the tournament. Then on February 28th, the class topped all activities with the annual Junior-Senior banquet at the Oklahoma City Country Club. Class members and guests took an air trip around the world. Pilot Johnny Douglas explained the beauties of South America, Africa, Holland, China, Alaska, and Hawaii as they flew along. Not to be overlooked was the Junior trip to Lake Murray in May. There were sun, water, boats and hikes for all. The Juniors are justifiably proud of their sponsors, and they tried to express their appreciation with their gift: a five piece silver service. The class' reputation for solid co-opeartion, financial foresight, and artistic initiative is enviable.

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Olen Riggs President

Double E. Hill Vice-President

Mary Ellen Herrin Secretary-Treasurer

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Alexander, Kenneth Baker, Bill Baker, Nova

Beaty, June Brakebill, Ray

Brummett, Neta

Brown, Odis

Carter, Earl Cate, Mildred

Christensen, Junior Cloud, Eunice Coale, John

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Cole, Harper Couchman, Virginia Crager, Aden

Crenshaw, Hazel Daniels, Herbert

Davis, Neil

Davenport, Lillie Mae

Davis, Sue Nell Di<:;kerson , Maurine

Doing, . Peggy June Dotson, Esther Douglas, Johnnie

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Emmert, Ruth Faulkner, Darthymarie Ferguson, John

Fry, Georgiamae Gregg, Juanita

Harris, Irwin

Hall, J. Walter, Jr.

Hathaway, Noble Herrin, Mary Ellen

Hightower, Neil Hill, Double E. Hoffpauir, Lois

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Hollingsworth, Ted Horn, Celestine Hurless, La una

Jansen, Pauline Jared, Ralph

Johnson, Tommie

Jernigan, Charlene

Karns, Colleen Karns, Jean

Kellogg, Merreta Kifer, Boyd King, Laveeta


Knight, Marselle Ladd, Forrest Langford, Mary Lou

Lister, Zelma Lucas, Mary Jane

Mahannah, Maurice

McMahon, Ruth

Matson, Morris Miller, Norman

Mizell, Jackie Newberry, Aaron Oakes, Loretta

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Parrish, Milton Peterson, Marvin Potter, Lorraine

Rainbolt, Calvin Reed, Velma

Robertson, James

Riggs, Olen

Roeber, Mildred Ronnekamp, George

Rosbrugh , Elvin Rowl ett, Louise Schuneman , Don

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Smith, Bill Smith, Clara Jean Snow, Richard

Snowbarger, Marieta Sutton, Geraldine

Thompson, Marceliene

Thompson, Lewis

Thompson, Mary Lou Thompson, Richard

Timm, Pearl Trager, Mary Louise Wade, Lettie

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'Vaggoner, Doris Ware, Tillie

Warren, Winnie

Watson , Loy

Weiman, Harriett Wiggs, Frances

Williams, Rosy Wilson, Betty Witske, Selma

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"I prefer to have the family together ... singing a favorite hymn."

HARRIET Presented by The Junior Class Directed by Mrs. Talmadge Stands

"Liberty is freedom to the individuals in it."

"Henry, how handsome you've grown! How distinguished!"

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"Sixty yards of real silk!"

_"We should be proud to have a sister honored by the President." CAST Harriet Beecher Stowe --------------------Tommie Johnson Catherine Beecher ______________________ Charlene Jernigan Henry Ward Beecher ____________________________ Bill Baker Calvin Stowe ________ __________________________ Boyd Kifer William Beecher __ __ ______________ ________ Neil Hightower Charles Beecher -------------- _____ ____ ____ Milton Parrish Edward Beecher ------ --- ---~--- - - -- ------Morris Matson Mary Beecher Perkins --------------------'-----Janie Lucas Thomas Beecher ______ __________________ Glenn McArthur James Beecher __ _______ _____ __ _______ ____ Calvin Rainbolt Isabella Beecher ___________________________ Pauline Janzen Dr. Lyman Beecher __ ____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Richard Thompson Auntie Zeb ___________________________ Mary Louise Trager Mr. Tuttle __________________________________ Bill Smith Mr. 路Wycherly ___________________ _________ Marselle Knight Samantha ___ __: ________ ~ _____________ Lillie Mae Davenport Freddie Stowe (child) ____ _________________ Herlwyn La Due . Freddie Stowe (man) _____________________ Marvin Peterson Georgie Stowe _____________________________ Milc1red Cate liatty Stowe _____________.:. ___________ ____ Clara Jean Smith Eliza Stowe _________________ ____ _______ .:._ Barbara Human Jerusha Pantry _________ __ ____ __ _________ Lewis Thompson Lowell Denton ----- - -------- ---------- --Johnnie Douglas Sukey ___ __: __________________________________ Tillie Ware Haley ----------------------------- ------- __ Earl Carter Jane ----- - ----------------=----------Virginia Couchman Mrs. Hobbs ------------ ____ ____ ___ Mary Louise Thompson

路"For mine eyes have seen the glory ... "

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JUN lOR-SENIOR

Rev. R. Stephen Bennett takes his "Solo Flight."

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BANQUET

FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS

''Na viJYat o 路 or to P'J 1 ot''

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SOPHOMOR~S


If you happen to be on the campus some Wednesday during class-meeting time and hear a melodious sound filling the air, you may be sure that it's the Sophomore "prexy" crooning orders to his class. Joe Bean and his one hundred and seventy-nine Sophs have done a good job of showing us how to solve that chief problem of all second year students . .. how to strike a happy medium between the silly Frosh and the conceited upper classmen. And just in case you're prone to minimize the task, let me tell you that it isn't easy. Ask any Sophomore! The chief activity of the year was seeing that the Freshmen were properly . welcomed to our school. With the able assistance of the class sponsors, Prof. and Mrs. Mark Moore, a program was worked out which was guaranteed to make every Freshman feel that personal attention was being paid to him. The fiendish glee with which the Sophs pounded the tom-tom and then watched while the poor "prospectors" ran to squat by a bush made us wonder for a day if this class were completely devoid of pity. But peace was made and the big barbecue furnished by 路 the Sophs more than recompensed their victims for the 路bruises, strained muscles, and wounded dignity suffered. Encouraged by th~ knowledge that they had done a good job of initiating the Freshmen, the Sophs settled down to do as good a job on. the more conventional tasks of college life. Studies were attacked with vigor and determination-by some at least-and several of their number rated a place in the honor society. Ball teams were formed and the group turned out to cheer lustily while their teams fought for the glory of the class. Romances were -started, pursued, and culminated. In short, the Sophomores did everything that all good college students do. Almost imperceptibly they have become more and more like the upper classmen so that the end of the year finds them well qualified to take their place as Juniors. This has been a grand year for the class of '49, bnt next year shows even better prospects. We can be sure that they'll make tl)e most of their opportunities.

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Joe Bean President

Lively Crawford Vice-President

Barbara Human Secretary

Lawana Loughmiller Treasurer

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Adkins, Doris Anderson, Zelia Mae Armstrong, Kenneth

Babcock, Lois Baker, Wilson Baldwin, Gary

Baldwin, Oliver Ball, Mabel Ballard, Albert

Barnes, Opal Bean, Joe Beckel, Lola

Beresford, Dan Blake, Juanita Blakenship, Harold

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Bohannan, Peggy Brasher, Mildred Braswell, Audrey

Brazelton, Woodrow Brazelton, Veatrice Brogdon, Tonie

Bruce, Robert Brunson, Glenn Burton, Leonard

Cantrell, Bailey Carden, Leo Cargill, George

Butler, Alberta Bynum, Lois Campbell, Waldo

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Carter, Ruth Cason, Fred Clay, Peggy

Clegg, Dulan Collett, AI ta Collins, Carl

Conrad, Ernest Coppock, Bonnie Cordell, Jo

Cozby, Baxter Courtney, Geraldine Crawford , Lively

Crilly, Dorothy Dalaba, Gene Davenport, Lee


Derby, LaVera Dole, Bernice Dole, Elizabeth

Duffey, Avis Edwards, Marion Ellis, J. W .

Emmert, H . C . Felter, Wanda Flick, Willis

Franklin, Paul Fulton, Clarence Gardner, Irene

Gault, Joanna Gill, Mary Frances Gillespie, Inez


Girard, Margaret Grant, Chad Green, Henry

Green, Milton Grissom, Robert Grissom, Violet

Groff, Anna Ruth Guy, Marion Hadduck, Edward

Hale, John Hale, Mildrene Haley, Iva Dell

Hall, David Hall, Guy Hammon, Melba


Harris, Earlene Harrison, Jack Hathaway, John

Henderson, Margaret Heneger, Clarence Hinkle, Josephine

Haag, Virginia Holland, Curtice Hook, France!

Horn, Curtis Howerton, Norrnar. Hudgens, Evelyn

Human, Barbara Ingersol, Robert In.gle, :Adalene


Issacs, R. H . James, Beverly Jenkins, Gordon-

Johnson, Archie Jones, Phyllis Kent, Arlene

Ketchum, Gertrude King, Wilbur Knippers, Lora Lee

Knull, Thurman Krigbaum, Naomi Largo, James

Ledbetter, Stanley Ledbetter, Vernon Lee, Pauline

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Lee, Jack Lee, Ouida Lemmons, R:oy

Lewis, Clark Lindley, Beulah Little, Margaret

Lorette, Barnard Loughmiller, Lawana Lockridge, William

Lunn, Mervel Lynch, William Lynn, Andie

McArthur, Glenn McCall, Charles Marsh, Archie

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Martin, Tomie Meador, Douglas Milburn, Leroy.

Milburn, Robert Mizell, Dale Moffat, Marion

Moore, Charlene Moore, Doroth)L Mullins, Travis

Nash, Betty Neuenschwander,. Doris Newcomb, Margie

Norris, Darlene Nye, Juanita Ohsfeldt, Grace


Overholt, Eva Ellen Patton, B. A. Phelps, Paul.

Phelps, Virgil Pollard, Kenneth Porter, Bill

Reep, Kathleen Rhodes, Virgil Rose, Martha Lee

Rowlett, Marie Scott, Herbert Scroggin s, Burl

Shreffler, Charles Simmons, Earl Singletary, Robbie

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Sistrunk, Werth Smith, Doyle Smith, Wallace

Snowbarger, Wave Lynn Spinks, Lauris Steele, Esther

Stevens, Wayman Stinson, Betty Sturdevant, Marcile

Sullivan, Arwanna Sullivan, Evelyn Talbert, Beatrice

Taylor,, Katherine Taylor, Lloyd Taylor, Virgil

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Thorp, Mary Thompson, Algree Traywick, Betty

Turbiville, Artie Unruh, Ramon Ward, Virginia

Watson, Larry Williams, Lucene Willsey, Marietta

Wilson, Genevieve Wood, Elton Wooten, Charlene

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SOPHOMORE BANQUET

Dr. A. B. Mackey, President Trevecca Nazarene College Guest Speaker

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FRES~MAN

INITIATION

General Rules

I. No freshman will leave the campus. 2. All freshmen must answer to the name of "prospecters." 3. When a Sophomore says "Gold Rush," all freshmen must start digging in the ground for gold. 4. When the tom-tom is heard, all .freshmen must squat beside a bush or tree. 5. At the sound of cow bells all freshmen mustreport to the stockade. Special Rules for Girls l. Girls will wash their hair Wednesday night and not comb it until Thursday at 7:00p.m. It is not to be done up. 2. Girls must wear the longest and most modest Mother Hubbard dress they can find. 3. Girls will carry all day a tin can or bucket with small holes in it, and yet not so large but what it will hold some gravel. 4. Girls will sit on chairs sideways. 路 5. On Friday, girls will wear their "Sunday-go-to-meeting" clothes.

Special Rules for Boys

I. Boys will not shave from Tuesday until Thursday :it 7:00 p.m. 2. Boys will wear khaki or blue jeans with loud colored shirts. A white or green handkerchief must be worn around the neck, fastened with a large safety pin. 3. Boys will ride a hobby horse all day. 4. Boys must have chairs reversed for dinner. 5. Boys must wear a hat or cap all day. 6. On Friday, boys must wear suit and bow 路ties. Schedule for Thursday l. -2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

All freshmen must be up by 4:00 a.m. and have their rooms cleaned by 4:30. Roll Call at the stockade . .. 4:30a.m. Exercises . .. 5:00 a.m. until 6:00 a.m Inspection for ingrown toenails and corns ... 6:00 a.m. until 6:30 a.m. Clean-up campus ... 6:30a.m. to 7:00a.m. Breakfast ... 7:00a.m. Freshmen must eat with shoes eff Freshman chapel .. . 10:30 a.m. Dinner ... 12:15 p.m. Only one shoe off for dinner. Greased Pig relay ... 2:45 p.m. Wagon trip to South Woods . .. 4:00p.m. . Evening chow, .followed by hill-billy program ... 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

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FR~SHM~N


"Being a college student isn't so bad once you get used to it." That's the opinion of the three hundred and sixty-five Freshmen who have started their college career in Bethany-Peniel this year. And to anyone who has watched them as they've made the necessary adjustments, it's apparent that this year's Frosh have what it takes. Absolutely fearless, they went through the receiving line at the Faculty Reception like veterans and hardly batted an eye at the intricacies of orientation. Of course the Sophomores were waiting with outstretched arms and gleaming eyes to make the new students feel completely at home-before the day was 路 over many of them no doubt wished they were at home! Asbolutely no formality on initiation day. Girls with uncombed hair and dressed in the most modest Mother Hubbards were gallantly escorted by bearded boys wearing blue jeans and riding stick horses. But somehow the "prospectors" managed to live through the "gold rush." Peace was made when Lively Crawford, vice-president of the Sophs, and Paul Hendrix, chief prospector, signed a treaty in a formal chapel service. That evening found the two classes feasting together at the expense of the Sophomores. A party in the South Woods ... complete with chaperonage in the persons of class sponsors Prof. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Holman ... was the first class activity. But not the last! No one can accuse the Frosh of inactivity ... whether it's studying or playing, they compete with the best. B. P. C. is justly proud of her Freshman Class of '47. To all of you who have helped to make this year: such a great success, we say, "Good-luck, .and come back again next year."

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Paul Hendrix President

Billy Dallas Vice:President

Elaine Timm Secretary

Leo Birdwell Treasurer

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Adams,

~ugene

Akers, Beulah Alexander, Lawrertce

Arnold, Winola Armold, Jack Baldwin, Anna Jean

Baldwin, Howard Baldwin; Jack Baldwin,

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Beaver, Doris Bilyeu, Doyle 路 Bilyeu, Ila Grace

Birdwell, J. W . Birdwell, Leo Bishop, Glen

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Bloodworth, George Bohannon, Raymond Bohannan, William

Bolerjack, R. T. Bowman, Jack Brandes, Marita

Brasher, Philo Braswell, Roy Bright, Hugh, Jr.

Briscoe, Birdie Brown, D011ald Brown, Geron

Brown, Royce Browning, Hazel Brummett, Robert


Burney, Murrell Burson, Ernest Campbell, Bonnie

Cantrell, Alma Dean Carleton, Sherrill Carothers, Joan

Carr, Venetia Carr_oll, Billy Carroll, Robert

Carter, James Cason, Mary Lou Cavener, C . E.

Chalmers, Lawrence Chandler, Geneva Chapman, Pearl


Cheek, Edith Cherry, Irene Cheveallier, Pauline

Clark, Joe Cloud, Dennis Coleman, Woodie

Conrad, W ellsey Coody, Darwyn Cooper, Leon

Cornelius, Wanda Covell, Lawrence Crawford, Robert

Cross, Henry Culwell, Harold Culwell, Thelma

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Dallas, Billy Damewood, Alice Daniels, Virginia

Dardon, Mary Davidson, Orin Davis; Carolyn

Davis, Erwin Davis, Floyd Davis, John

Davis, M. L. Davis, Robert Davis, Thurman

Dodson, Wilbur Donalson, Bonnie Dorough, Janil


Dougharthy, Wilburn Dudney, Bennett Emrich, Robert

Eudaley, Malcolm Fields, Richard Firestone, Orville

Fox, June French, John Friesen, Olga

Gandy, \Villiam Gardner, John Garrett, Carl

Garrison, Robert George, Cantley Gholson, Lawrence

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Gilbert, Ronald Gilham, Thomas Gilliam, Jack

Godkin, Forest Gouker, Betty Grant, Dwight

Grant, Dwain Green, Andrew Grunewald, Betty

Gunter, Birdie Hall, Leonard Haltom, Roberta

Hampton, Steve Hardin, Dewey Harlen, Glendena

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Harper, Harold Harper, Paul Harris, Hubert

Harris, Max Harris, Norma Jean Harris, Pauline

Harrison, Mary Harrison, Travis Hastings, Virginia

Heap, Harlan Heck, Don El Helm, Paul

Helm, Roberta Helm, Rhoma Hendrix, Paul

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Hicks, Sharlot Hightower, Hazel Hillery, Lee

Hilton, Norma Hogan, Emma Jean Holland, Cameron

Hollis, Robert Hoover, Daniel Hopkins, Evelene

Hopkins, Phyllis Houghtling, Gene Houts, Ann

lngersol, Paul Ingles, Lloyd Ingles, Ruth


Jennings, Paul Johnson, Johnnie F:iye Jones, Bess

Jones, Lewis Kedy, Charles Kee, Roy, Jr.

Keeton, 路crant Ketchum, Marinell Ketchum, Winston

Kifer, Dorothy King, Earl Kirkland, Curtis

Knippers, Carolyn Knippers, Shural Knippers, Harold


Kounter, Ivan Kutchka, Betty Langford, Harrell 路

Lasater, Patricia Law, Lucille Law, Richard

Lawson, Chester Ledbetter, Ada Lester, Howard

Lewis, Billy Lewis, Lester Light, Darlene

Little, Charles Little, Helen Locke, Jerald

1 Cl


Locke, Thelma Long, Dorothy Lynch, Minnie

McClaflin, Bertha McClelland, Bob McClure, James

McCoy, Lawrence McDowell, Jean McGill, Van

McGiachin, Gayle McLain, Mariglyn McMullen, Joyce

McNair, Lucille Makes Cry, Albert Maney, Ruth

152


Mann, Stephen Mannering, Ann Manners, Betty Lou

Martin, Grace Martindale, Raymond Matson, Billy

Matson, Ruby Mauldin, Johnie Mayo, Alvin

Meador, Vermeil Meeker, Mary Frances Merril, Gracie

Messer, Bobby Messer, Emmilene Middleton, James


Mill er, Alvin Mill er, Mae-Sallee Miller, \Vcndell

Mims, Kenneth Minyard, Mildred Moor, June

' Moore, Donna_ Moore, Juanita Moore, Ray

Morrisett, \Yanda Motley, Eric Moulton, Ralph

Mundell, Harlen Mundell, Virginia Munguia C., Ramon

154


Murray, Lawana Nee!, Edna Nelson, June

路 Newcomb, Donald Niedens, Walter Niles, Jacqueline

Oakes, Winifred Orndoff, Patricia Orr, Elmo

Osborne, Adrian Overholt, Elbert Overmyer, Helen

Pagan, E. C. Parker, Gerre Parkhurst, Mildred

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Perkins, Mary Alice Perkins, Eileen Perryman,

J.

E.

Peterson, Leonard Phillips, Mary Lou Phillips, Olena

Phipps, Phala Pittenger, Clauqe Pittenger, Marie

Plemons, Eugene Price, Orval Ralston, Robert

Rap; Loren Ray, Betty Fay Ray,

J. E .


Reeves, Ruthene Rhodes, Dorothy Rhodes, OneJ:a

Rhoe, Betty Riggs, Virgil Rishel, Lesta

Roach, Douglas Roach, Wilburn Roark, Warren

Robertson, Cora Robinson, Robert Rollins, Kenneth

Rosenbaum, Warren Rotlmer, Frank Runyon, LeRoy


Sadler, Gordon Sanders, Joe Sayes, Howard

Schauer, Leola Mae Scofield, Genelle Scott, Miriam

Search, Ira Shaffer, Garland Short, 路William

Shoulder, Jackie Shrive, Marilou Simmons, Victor

Stearman, Sam Starkes, Marjorie Stevens, Edna


Stewart, Calvin Stewart, Marshall Stewart, Vera

Street, William Stroman, David Stump, Richard

Swim, Marilyn Terry, Glen Thomas, Euline

Thomason, George Thompson, Jack Thompson, Kathleen

Timm, Elaine Timm, Velma Tinsley, Doris

JC::o


Trammell, Mordell Tucker, Jimmy Tucker, Joe

Turner, Jacqueline Twining, Eugene Unruh, Melvin

Vanderlinde, Phillip Vandievere, Virginia Vaughn, Fred

Vaughn, Mabel Wade, Lawrence Walker, Winnie

Walker, Irene Walker, Tella Watson, Elizabeth

1/;n


West, Ralph

Wh~ley, Mary Nell Whitaker, Nota路

White, Billie Katherine White, Elizabeth White, Patricia

Whitlock, Lorraine Wiley, Herbert Williams, Calvin

Williams, Edwin Williams, Hubert Williamson, Roland

Wilmoth, Dean Wilson, Donald Wilson, Virginia

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Wiman, Cecil Wisdom, Gerald Wood, Joseph

Wretling, Charles Wretling, Willamina Wright, Ralph

Yarbrough, Ruth Yates, Doris Young, Ray

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FRESHMAN BANQUET

Rev. \ i\1 . B. McGraw, Special Speaker

Geron Brown, Toastmaster

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SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS


Akin, Leonard Birdwell, Theo Blackshear, Ann

Bottoms, Mildred Brown, Fred Brown, Leci

Carleson, Irene

\

Conrad, Pauline Coyle, Thelma

Crenshaw, Harold Emmert, Joy Emmert, Thurman

Ester, June Fechner, John Hoffpauir, Audrey


Hoffpauir, Wilma Dean Hollowell, Frances Hostutler, Asa

Ingle, Junella James, Phyllis Jenkins, Luther

Kannady, Robert Kilgore, Geneva Kilgore, Howard

Lawrence, Truman Morgan, Harold Morgan, Opal

Owens, Ruth Jean Raymer, Ida Beth Reneau, Clifford

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Rhul, Evelyn Schardein, Charles . Stanley, Joy Dee

Steele, Herbert Steele, Leona St. John, Betty

Upchurch, Vachel Wassom, Betty Wassom, Earl

Watson, James Watson, Jean Wittler, Elaine

Verbeck, Neva (Special) Wright, Ruby (Special)

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SPECIALS Baldwin, Lucile Barnard, Elnora Bebout, Mathilda

Beck, Albert Cargill, Gertrude Cordell, Louise

Cottam, Ted Firestone, Lois Gatlin, Verda

Hull, Kenneth Jared, Clara Lyn?h, Betty

Pace, Eunice Prouse, Darlene Stinson,_Vernie

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THE SCHOOL HYMN Faith of our fathers! living still In spite of dungeon, fire and sword, 0 how our hearts beat high with joy When'er we hear that glorious

~ord!

Faith of our _fathers! holy faith! We will be true to Thee till death! Our fathers, chained in prisons dark, \Vere still in heart and conscience free:

How sweet would be their children's fate, It they, like them, could die for thee! Faith of our fathers! holy faith!

We will be true to Thee till death! Faith of our fathers! we will love Both friend and foe in all our strife:

And preach Thee, too, as love knows how, By kindly words and virtuous life: Faith of our fathers! holy faith!

We will be true to Thee till death!

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STUDEN-T ORGANIZATIONS


Bill McGill, President of Phi Delta Lambda; Glenn McArthur, President of l\1issionary Band; M. Ellis, President of Prayer and Fasting; Luke Munn, President of F. T . A.; Boyd Kifer, President of Gospel Tea路m .

J.

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OSCAR J . FINCH

FRAN K J . KEMENDO

PRESI DENT

BUSINESS MANAGER

Mly

1, 1947

Mr. Bob Troutma.n Editor of the ARROW Bethany, Oklahoma. M,y dear Mr. Troutman: I wish to convey to you and to your fine staff my congratu-

lations upon the publication of this the 1947 edition of our college yearbook. College life at Bethany-Peniel College holds .nuch for the sincere, earnest student. From our college are consistently going many who are today doing the work of strong men in the many fields of honest endeavor. In the years to come students, faculty, and friends of our

college will be pleased to note the way you have so splendidly portrayed the life and activity of Bethany-Peniel College. The academic, the social, and the religious life of our campus is so very well shown. To those of us that have been privileged to be closely associated with the college, it will revive many fine memories. To parents and friends the world around, it will adequately portray the life and work of the school we all love. Mr. Troutman, I am sure that everyone who has an occasion to view this .ARROW joins me in eX];>ressing to you our thanks for路 the faithful and efficient work you have done. It is my

sincere prayer, and I trust it shall be the high resolve of each of us, that with the help of a loving heavenly Father, Bethany-Peniel shall continue to serve more effectively and proficiently a lost and needy world. Vii th full assurance of my highest personal regards, I am MOst sincerely yours,

ECH:.ml t

E.

c.

Hall

Dean of Students /

CHARACTER

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e

CULTURE

e

CHRIST


PROFESSOR E. C . HALL Dean of Student Life

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Just a few more hours and we'll be gone. Hope I don't sound sentimental, but it is true that several of us will not have the good fortune to be back in B. P. C. next year. In view of that fact, let's have just one more little talk. We have had -a wonderful year because God's approval has been upon the activities of the campus, and because of the whole-hearted, co-operative spirit that ~ everyone has manifested. The revival efforts have found fruition in "life's turning point" experiences for many, and real spiritual help for all. We have met God in many of the chapel services; the dorm prayer meetings have been times of rejoicing. For all of this, I want to express my sincere gratitude to God and say a real "thank you" to everyone who has ever attended the meetings of the religious organizations. In retrospection, there is one question we need to ask ourselves: Have we done our best? Success is not measured by the quantity of results but by the quality of our efforts. If we have not put forth a sincere effort to develop our God-given talents in His Kingdom, let us determine that today, and in the tomorrows, we will "give of our best to the Master." Yours because of Christ, J. Reyndal Russell Student Director of Religious Activities

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PRAYER AND FASTING LtAGUE

The PRAYER AND FASTING LEAGUE is an 路 organization founded for the purpose of providing a greater opportunity for students to meet God in intimate communion. Each Friday during the noon hour a large percentage of the student body avail themselves of this opportunity. Services are conducted in the main auditorium of the College Church and are largely devotional in nature. During revivals, meetings are held twice weekly. No one who has attended a Prayer and Fasting service will minimize the importance of this group of devout Nazarene youth who seek earnestly to follow Christ after the pattern of the Bible and their church. From the midst 9f such groups today, come the leaders of our church tomorrow! Albert Gamble F : Treasurer; Prof ~rs~ semester Pres路 E th Second semeste; Pr::~ cfoyd, Facuity SSp~nsD~tsJon, Secretary' enn McArthur, Vice.;:~sid~~- Ellis,

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GOSPEL TEAM GOSPEL TEAM promotes the spiritual life of ·our college by emphasizing a program of evangelism and providing opportunities for special Christian service. Every week-end finds various groups preaching andsingil}g the Gospel in the churches of our educational zone. All field-work is under the direction of a committee which work in connection with the Student Director of Religious Activity. _ Meeting each Thursday evening in Bresee Chapel, Gospel Team services are characterized by enthusiasm and freedom in the Spirit. Everyone comes expecting to meet God-is it any wonder that the organization is a vertiable dynamo of Christian vitality?

lty Sponsor; ' }Aark }Aoort, f~~~easurer (_not -. . d t· PrO•· secretary . Clark Vice-p:deS\ tnLoretta oakes, Joe v:f~r pres\ en ' Boyd ""' ' pictured)·

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MISSIONARY BAND Bethany-Peniel College is definitely mission-conscious. Twice a month on Tuesday evening, the MISSIONARY BAND meets in Bresee Chapel for an hour of devotion, prayer, and instruction. Although many of the group are preparing for active service on the field, membership is not restricted to called missionaries, The objective is to present missions in such a way that our young people will give whole-hearted support to the missionary program of the Church of the Nazarene. Missionary Band puts its teachings into practice by taking a special project each year to promote the cause of missions. Three-thousand dollars was raised to establish a new station in Australia; over two-thirds of this amount was pledged by students and faculty in a special chapel program, the remainder coming from churches which call the Band for missionary programs.

Glen McArthur . Prof c H ' President· v · . . . . Wim ' IVIan Beckel S president. an, Faculty Sponsor· M"Jt ecretary·Treasurer· ' I on Parrish, Vice:

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PHI DELTA LAMBDA

It's an honor tci be a member of the honor society-logical, isn't it? The local Eta chapter of Phi Delta Lambda, an inter-collegiate honor society operating in Nazarene Colleges, has for its purpose the stimulation of interest in scholarship and high educational standards. Students who have attained a 2.50 grade average on thirteen hours or more for two successive semesters are elected to yearly membership. Graduates with a 2.40 average 路 for their entire four year course are extended permanent membership. In spite of their studies, these students find time to take an active part in extra-curricular activities. An autumn banquet, held in the Bethany Youth Center; an installation service for new members; and a spring picnic have helped to make the year a most successful one. Everyone can't be in the honor society, but everyone can try. You don't have to be a book-worm-it just takes initiative, perseverance, discipline, and hard work!

Bill McGill, President; Prof. Elizabeth . Nelson, Faculty Sponsor; Curtis Horn, Vice-President; Nova Baker, Secretary-Treasurer.

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(Top) M. Guy, J. Blake, K. Pollard, M. Mahannah, W. Blake. (Bottom) J. Christensen, M. Herrin, J. Karns, F. Ladd, C. Karns, T . Johnson, R. Troutman.

(Top) B. Stinson, J. Horn, M. Dickerson, L. Munn, V. Taylor, W. Warren, E. Pittenger, L. Hoffpauir. (Center) V. Ledbetter, C. McCall, E. Verbeck, C. Shreffier, E. M. Simpson, H. Jones, C . Moore. (Bottom) L. Oakes, B. Baker, W. Mansveld, W . Baker, M. Willsey, L. Taylor, G . Ohsfeldt, B. Human, C. Jernigan, seated.

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BANQUET

Prof. Holman holds his路 listeners spellbound.


The purpose of a yearbook is two-fold: to provide a record of the year's activities for the students' present and future enjoyment, and to serve as a means py which the educational zone can come to know their school. We of the staff have tried to maintain a balance between the two in the make-up of the '47 ARROW. The task of publishing an annual would be an impossibility without the co~ operation of both student body and faculty. To our president for his advice; to our sponsors for their sympathetic understanding; to the professors for their patience as we've disr,u pted class schedules; to the students for their co-operation; and to the Staff, I want to express my sincere thanks. Problems, perplexities and discouragements have come, but the consciousness of God's presence and the knowledge that you were supporting us has given strength to complete the job. We hope that you will feel repaid for all inconvenience as you look at the finished book. We have tried to give you an annual you will enjoy and one which you will be proud to show your friends as representative of our school. If we have succeeded in any measure, we shall feel amply rewarded for our work. Bob Troutman Editor

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Neil Hightower, Businesss ,Manager Leonard Harper, Assistant Business Mgr.

Dr. and Mrs. W. C. La Due Faculty Sponsors

Doris Beaver, SocietY Editor 路 Professor A. Laughbaum, Literary Critic Loretta Oakes, Religious Editor

184


Jackie Mizell, Secretary; Tommie Johnson, Associate Editor

Raymond Martindale, Ass't Photographer Milton B. Parrish, Staff Photographer

Charlene Jernigan, Fine Arts Editor Mary Ellen Herrin, Girls' Sports Editor Olen Riggs, Boys' Sports Editor

185


The Editor relaxes.

''~'ho

wouldn't like a cup of tea?

That famous La D ue personality.-

Mrs. La

Due can cook

Second helpings!'

186

here's proo

f positive.


THE REVEILLE EcHo Staff has attempted this year to produce a college newspaper which not only carries news to the student body, but also reaches a high standard in the collegiate newspaper world and presents a true picture of BethanyPeniel College to our outside readers. To this end we have continually striven, and, we think, not without some measure of success. ~

It has been our aim to promote high scholarship and well-organized living in thoroughly Christian atmosph~re.

THE REVEILLE EcHo has been a co-operative affair. No one person has done all the work, but a relatively small group of staff members has worked hard to produce our school paper. Recognizing a diversity of desires and tastes, we have tried to hold an even of news, human interest, and humor. We hope that you have been pleased.

b~lance

To out sponsor, Professor E. Boyd Shannon, and to all who have contributed, we say "thanks." Forrest E. Ladd Editor

187


Curtis Horn, Business Manager Prof. Boyd Shannon, Faculty Sponsor John Hale, Associate Editor

Jackie Mizell, Reyndal Russell, James Carter, Jean Karns, Joe Clark, Marjorie Dickerson

Congratulations, Forrest!

The Sponsor Speaks

188


C. Smith, B. Smith, A. France, C. Rainbolt, J. Christensen, T. Cate

G. Parker, J. Turner, L. Knippers, C. Wooten, M. Ingle, J. Horn

M. Lunn, C. Karns, J. Braswell, L. Taylor, R. Knight

F. Brown, M. Herrin, M. Trager, I. Davis, G . Bishop, P. Helm

189


F. T. A. PLEDGE THE GOOD TEACHER REQUIRES: PHYSICAL VITALITY. I will try to keep my body well and strong. MENTAL VIGOR. f will study daily to keep my mind active and alert. MORAL DISCRIMINATION. I will seek to know the right and live by it. WHOLESOME PERSONALITY. I will cultivate in myself goodwill, friendliness, poise, upright bearing, and careful speech. HELPFULNESS. I will learn the art of helping others by doing helpful things daily in school and home. KNOWLEDGE. I will fill my mind with worthy thoughts by observing the beautiful world around me, by reading the best books, and by association with the best companions. LEADERSHIP. I will make my influence count on the side of right, avoiding habits that weaken and destroy.

' . Prof. Anne Greve, E Simpson, Sec y, Vice-Pres.; L . Munn, Pres.

THESE THINGS WIL I DO NOW THAT I MAY BE WORTHY OF THE HIGH OFFICE OF TEACHER.

Sponsor; H . Turner,

First row : E. Simpson; H. Jones, M. Herrin, 0. Phillips, R. Maney,路 0.' Rhodes, .W . Warren. Second row: A. Lunn, W . Blake, . W . Cornelius, D . Yates, V. Timm, J. Carot~ers, M. Dickerson, M. Dickerson, H . Williams. Third row : M . Mahannah, 路G. Wilson, I. Haley, M. Trager, G. Schofield, V. Couchman, V. Duffy, D. Beaver, P. Hopkins, M . .Rowlett, A. Groff, T. Stands. Fourth row: J. Gardner, E . Davis, T . Walker, J. Coale, L. Harper, P. Hendrix, A. Newberry, D. Hill ~ L. Lester, C. Lawson, L. Munn. 路

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WHO

AMONG

IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES

AND COLlEGES

The honor of representing one's school in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES is a nationally recognized distinction .

Election is based upon character, scholarship,

extra-curricular activities, service to the school, and potentiality for future usefulness in business and society.

Students who are elected are presented

with a certificate of recognition and are privileged to wear the official keya symbol of the most versatile achievement in college.

A biography of each

student-elect is included in the current volume of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, a book which serves as a guide

for personnel managers who are seeking capable college graduates. By joint action of the Administrative Council and the Student Council, twelve students from B. P. C. were elected to membership this year.

Delene

Stockton Johnson is already a member by virtue of her election last year. Bethany-Peniel College congratulates and honors her most outstanding students.

May their future life be as successful and useful as the ir college

life has been!

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SPORTS


209


路 Professor Vernon Snowbarger 路 Director of Athletics

210


Odis Brown, Boys' Athletic Director

BOYS' ATHLETICS

211


FOOTBALL REDSKINS-N. Miller, G. Shaffer, R. Knight, 0 . Brown, B. Baker, H . Cross CLASS CHAMPIONS; Jtmiors-N. Miller, 0. Brown, N, Davis, B. Baker, M. Matson, R. Knight, C. Rainbolt

212


SENIORS Everette Walden, Danford Alger, Wayne Sledge Roy Ingle, James Foreman, Deward Finch.

SOPHOMORES M. L. Davis, Jack Lee, Robert Milburn, , Archie Marsh, Charles Milburn, Joe Bean, . Lively Crawford, . Douglas Meador.

FRESHMMAN Woodie Coleman, J. W. Baldwin, Warren Rosenbaum, Bob Davis, Ira Search, Dewey Hardin. Garland Shaffer, Henry Cross, Ray Young, Dick Fields, Bob Ralston, J. W . Birdwell .

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JAMBOREE

Front : 0 . Brown; D. Finch; 0. Riggs; W. Cozzens; G. McArthur. Stroman; R. Ingle. Not Pictured : B. Carroll.

Back: E. Overholt; 路D.

The Bethany-Peniel Redskins humbled the Rothschild's quintet in the annual Jamboree game which was played on Friday evening, November 29. A capacity crowd attended the official opening of the basketball season, and. cheered the college team on the road to victory. McArthur sparked . the team through the first period. Brown was particularly adept at shooting; his twelve points made him high point man for the game. Cozzens hit three shots from the field despite an ankle injury. Finch played a fine defensive gaine, and Riggs' maneuvering over the court left little to be desired. Carroll, one of the two freshmen to break into the line-up, showed much promise in the short time he playe<l. The Redskins were out in f~ont at the first quarter 8-4; at half-time the college was still in the iead with. a scor<\ of 16-6. During the third quarter, the Rothschild's team came to and pushed ahead 22-21. But in the final frame, the college team played almost without error and compietely dominated the floor. The Roths. child's boys were unable to score 路in the last six .minutes of the game. The .final score was 38-24.

life

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CI-IAMPIONS!

JUNIOR TEAM. Front row : Marvin Peterson, Odis Brown, Milton Parrish . Second row : Irwin Harris, Olen Riggs, Bill Baker, Don Schuneman.

216


.路 SENIORS (Front row) William Marsh, Danford Alger, Eugene Verbeck. (Second row) Everette Walden, Claude Northcutt, Wayne Cozzens, Roy Ingle.

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SOPHOMORES (Front row) Bob Milburn, Glenn McArthur, Edward Hadduck. (Second row) Joe Bean, Lively Crawford, Baxter Cozby.

FRESHMEN (Front row) Garland Shaffer, Bcib Carroll, Janies Carter. (Second row) C. E. Cavener, David Stroman, Elbert Overholt.

217


Olen Riggs Irwin Harris Bill Baker

Garland Shaffer Bax~er Cozby Odis Brown

Deward Finch Wayne Cozzens Glenn McArthur

REDSKINS

Bob Carroll

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SENIORS

Front: P. Simpson, D. Alger, W . Marsh. Back: E. Walden, R. Ingle, W. Cozzens, L. M unn

Front: C . Rainbolt, J. Horger,. M. Peterson. Back: M . Parrish, N. Miller, 0 . Brown, M. Knight, M. Matson, B. Baker

JUNIORS

220


FRESI-IMEN

First Row : I. Search, E. Overholt, R. Carroll, W. Rosenbaum, W. Coleman, D. Hardin, J. Baldwin, J. Armold, G. Brown . Second Row :路 J. Birdwell, R. Ralston, T. Lawrence, 路c . Shaffer, J. Carter, D . Stroman, M. Stewart.

First Row: J. Lee, S. Ledbetter, A. Marsh. Second Row : B. Lorette, B. Milburn, G. McArthur, B. Cozby, D . Meador, C . Grant.

SOPI-IOMORES

221


Billy Dallas Singles Champion .

222


Garland Sb ff, Ir1 a er gb Point,;.,. "v!an

BOYS' TRACK

N . Hightower; 0 . Brown

Roy Ingle

Charles 路Little


WARRI.ORS

Milton Parrish, President Glenn McArthur, Vice-President Gene Verbeck, Secretary

First Row : N. Davis, M. Peterson, K. Armstrong, J. Hall, W . Marsh, D. Alger. Schuneman, I. Harris, L. Crawford, C . Northcutt.

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Second Row : 0. Brown, W . Cozzens, D.


Harriet Wellman, Girls' Athletic Director

GIRLS ' ATI-4LETICS 225


Alma Jean Lunn Wanda Morrisett Mary Ellen Herrin

Peggy Bohannon Charlotte McGill Millie Akin

Nita Gregg Mary Jo Horn Muriel Ingle

SOFTBALL R E D

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Velma Reed

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SENIORS: Front: C . McGill, M. Ingle. Purgason, J. Horn, A. Lunn, M. Akin.

Back: H. Adams, J.

JUNIORS : M. Herrin, J. Gregg, M. Emmert, V . Reed. (Not pictured) M. George, T. Ware, R. Williams, L. Williamson, M. Langford.

FRESHMEN : Front: 0. Rhodes, V. Hastings, W. Morrisett. Back: N. Krigbaum, P. Hopkins, C. Robertson, H. Hightower, D. Kifer.

SOPHOMORES : Front: B. Coppock, E. Dole, D. Rhodes, A. Sullivan, P. Bohannon. Back: G. Wilson, V . Carr, L. Knippers, K. Reep, A. Butler, C. Moore.

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CHAMPIONS!

First Row : M. Aki!l, J. Horn, A. Lunn Second Row: H. Jones, C. McGill, R. Heap, M. Ingle

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JUNIORS (Front row) M . Herrin, V. Reed, J. Gregg. (Second row) M. Emmert, Z. Lister, P . .Janzen, H . Weiman, S. Faulkner.

SOPHOMORES (Front row) E. Dole, A. Sullivan. (Second row) B. Coppock, D. Rhodes, L. Knippers, G . Wilson.

FRESHMEN (Front row) 0. Rhodes, E. Cheek, J. Johnson, H .. Hightower, E. Stevens. (Second row) P. Harris, F. Hollowell, P. Phipps, W .. Morrisett, L. Schauer.

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BASKETBALL REDSKINS Velma Reed Muriel Ingle Sandy Faulkner

Hazel Hightower Mary Ellen Herrin

Alma Jean Lunn

Elizabeth Dole

Mary

Jo

Horn

Arwana Sullivan

Rub~'

Heap

Nita Gregg Charlotte McGill

230


Charlotte McGill

Nita Gregg

231


Velma Reed and Mary Jo Horn

Gl RLS' TRACK

232


Prof. Jackson, Faculty S Juam路ta G regg, p res1.dponsor M ent A ary E . Herrin, Secreta rwanna Sullivan v 路 p ry , Jce. resJdent

Front Row: V . Reed, R. Emmert, B. Coppock, M. Ingle, M. Lunn, M. Herrin. R. Jackson, C . McGill, J. Gregg, A. Sullivan,

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Back Row: M. Akin, J. Horn, J. Purgason,


COLLEGE LIFE


Mrs. Mary J. Sears Counselor, Bud Robinson Hall

Mrs. M . G. Jobe Counselor, Jernigan Hall

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simpson Men's Counselor

237


DINING HALL

Mrs. Katie Drewry Coliege Dietetician


LiBRARY

Mrs. Elizabeth Willis Librarian

M JSS 路 Susan Schultz Assistant Libranan .


DRAG

Mr. and Mrs. Geron Brown Managers

240


AYCOCK LECTURES

Dr. Jarrette Aycock Fall Lecturer

Dr. Hardy C. Powers Spring Lecturer

241


Rev. and Mrs. Leslie Fritzland

Dr. and Mrs. Mendell Taylor Dr. David Hind and Rev. Remiss Rehfeldt

Dr. E.

CAMPUS VISITORS

242

Stan]

ey Jones


COLLEGE CHURCH


Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Strang, Pastor


~VANG~LISTS

Rev. Remiss Rehfeldt Fall Revival

Rev. Harry E. Jessop Holiness Convention

Rev. Mendell Taylor Sprin2 RevivaJ

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COLLEGE DEPARTMENT

of the CI-IURCI-I

The college church seeks to meet the spiritual needs of our students by providing a place in which 路they may worship, and affording them an opportunity for active Christian service.

~Harper Cole, director Of Religious 路Education, and Albert Gamble, Church visitor, talk over plans for the . college department.


Yokemates Division of N ,Y.P.S.

College stt]dent~ getting ready for choir processional.

Joe Clark Director of Youth Church


Professor Mary La Due and her sophomore girls.

Professor Anne Greve is in charge of the nursery.

Professor Alice Lewis and June Beaty direct Junior Church


SNAPS~OTS


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ALL SCHOOL

PARTY

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Without the support of the churches on our educational zone, the '47 ARROW would not be possible. We appreciate the financial aid they have given us-, but most of all we are grateful for their prayers in our behalf. May God's richest blessings be upon the Church of the Nazarene in every phase of her world-wide program.


BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE BOOSTERS ARKADELPHIA CHURCH of the NAZARENE Rev. Marie Brown, Pastor 807 Crittenden Street Arkadelphia, Arkansas

HARRAH CHURCH of the NAZARENE Rev. L. E. Shaw, Pastor Box 72 Harrah , Oklahoma

INDEPENDENCE CHURCH of the NAZARENE

BATESVILLE CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Rev. L. A. Bolerjack, Pastor 511 W . Walnut Street Independence, Kan sas

Rev. Loy D . Jones, Pastor 1611 E. Harrison Street Batesville, Arkansas

KINGFISHER CRURCH of the NAZARENE

CHASE CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Rev. E. E. Orton, Pastor 315 S. Seventh Street Kingfisher, Oklahoma

Rev. 0. A. McGuire, Pastor Box 303 Chase, Kansas

CRYSTAL CITY CHURCH of the NAZARENE

NOWATA CHURCH of the NAZARENE Rev. S. Moody Campbell, Pastor Box 129 Nowata, Oklahoma

Rev. \ 짜 illiam C. Emberton, Pastor Box 1012 Crystal City, Texas

OKEMAH CHURCH of the NAZARENE

FAIRBURY CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Rev. Luther Shaw, Pastor 224 . Fourth Street Okemah, Oklahoma

Rev . R. A. Gilster, Pastor 314 7th Street Fairbury, Nebraska

SAN JACINTO CHURCH of the NAZARENE HOOKER CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Rev. Arthur A. Miller, Pastor 25 11 N . W . First Street Amarillo, Texas

Rev. Floyd W. Akin, Pastor Hooker, Oklahoma

\"!ELLINGTON CHURCH of the NAZARENE Rev . Clarence A. Warkentin , Pastor 904 N. Jefferson Avenue \ Vellington, Kansas

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•• Your Publishing House

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The Nazarene Publishing House -has assets totaling more than one million dollars-every dollar dedicated to the task of spreading the gospel over the entire world. -is literally "girdling the globe with salvation." If the periodicals published since 1912 were placed end to end they would completely encircle the earth and cover more than 20,000 miles on the second circuit. More than 23,500,000 periodicals are now being published annually. -is filling a vital place in the field of religious book publishing. During the calendar year closing December 31, 1946 more than 156,400 books and booklets have been printed. -is a substantial contributor to the general interests of the church. Since 1940, more than $174,000 has been given to various departments of general church activity. -is equipped and ready to fill orders for anything in the religious field needed for personal, Sunday school or church use. Your patronage is urged for any and all items of a religious nature needed by yourself, your church or your Sunday school.

NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE 2923 Troost Avenue, Box 527 Kansas City 10, Mo.

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WICHITA FIRST CHURCH

P. J. BARTRAM, Pastor

Extends Congratulations to The Class of '47 and Arrow Staff

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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

J. A. REED Music Director

REV. AGNES W. DIFFEE Pastor

CHARLES F. WILSON Pianist

HA RADIO BEACON FOR CHRISTl" OVER STATION KARK, 920 on your dial

Broadcast Schedule: MONDAY through SATURDAY, 11:00-11:30 A.M. SUNDAY: 8:00-9:00 A.M., Sunday School Hour 11:00-12 :00 Noon, Worship Service 3:30-4:00 P.M., Young People's Hour 10:30-11:15 P.M., Back Home Hour

C. J. BURLESON Sunday School Supt. MRS . HERBERT B. DANIELS W .F.M.S. President FRED MYRICK N.Y.P.S. President REMOTE CONTROL STUDIO 路.

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Greetings

to BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE.

REV. J. R. FERGUSON Pastor

Church of the Nazarene

Front row (left to right ): Wilson Baker, Nova Baker, John Ferguson

Atlanta, Texas

Back row: B. L Dudney, Winston Upchurch, Bill Baker, Lawrence Gholston

W . L SISSON S. S. Superintendent

MRS. STELLA DAVIS N.Y.P.S. President

We Appreciate 18. V. @.

CHURCH of the NAZARENE GAINSVILLE, TEXAS Corner of Scott and Ritchie Sts.

C9ongratulations to the @lass of '4 7 I

EVANGELIST BERTHA PULTS Bethany, Oklahoma

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MRS. FRED WAISENANT w F M S Pres"dent

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FIRST CHURCH 1Jf the NAZARENE "T he Si ngin g Chu r c h" 901 N. W. 6th Street

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

R. T. WILLIAMS, JR. "The Singing Pastor" WAYNE M. THORNE Director of Music

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NORTH FORT WORTH

Church of the Nazarene 1900 Gould St.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS

* (Of6ilene 1Jistrlct 3teralJ of 3toliness eampaiqn eonlest CÂť'inner)

N .Y.P.S. COUNCIL

Spiritual

Chesley Lewis, Pres. Lloyd Carter, Vice-Pres. Mrs. Chesley Lewis, Corres. Sec'y. Mrs. W . A. Harwell Junior Program Mrs. H. E. McCullough Finance and Librarian Mrs. G . W. Cleveland Sentinel

f9hurch Where You Will Want to Worship

CHESLEY LEWIS N .Y.P.S. President

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HOUSTON FIRST CHURCH

V. H . LEWIS, Minister 46 Waugh Drive

"Preaching the all Sufficient Christ"

Houston, Texas

Our Congratulations to young members of our Church for their choice of

East Side Church of the Nazarene Bethang, Oklahoma

Bethany,Peniel College: • Birdie Lou Briscoe • • • • •

C9ongratulates the C9lass

Peggy June Doing Milton E. Green R. H. Isaacs Earl Wassom Betty Wassom

and Arrow Staff of 194 7

First Church of the Nazarene 718 South Fourth Street

Ponca City, Oklahoma W. D. McGRAW, JR.

REV. L. H. DICKERSON

Pastor Pastor

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KANSAS A Growing District DISTRICT PERSONNEL ADVISORY BOARD

OFFICERS

Edward Snowbarger

Clifton Norell

Harry Craddock

Secretary

C . L. Rodda

Jon athan Gasset Treasurer

H. W . Reed

R.H.CANTRELL,D.D. District Superintendent DEPARTMENT LEADERS

C. E. Rowland, Chairman of Church School Board Ruth Williams, President of W. F. M. S. C. L. Rodda, President of N.Y.P.S.

CAMP MEETING and

DISTRICT ASSEMBLY at HUTCHINSON August 4-10

DISTRICT PARSONAGE

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Church of the Nazarene 8th Street At Pia tte Avenue

YORK, NEBRASKA

* E. A. RODEWALD

Pastor

"Petunia"

FELLOWSHIP WORSHIP EVANGELISM I

H. W. REED, Th. D., Pastor

Pastor, H. F. CREWS

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

CHURCH of the NAZARENE NEWTON, KANSAS

231 West Texas St.

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CHURCH of the NAZARENE lOth and Willow St.

DUNCAN, OKLAHOMA SALUTES HER STUDENTS! Mary Nell Whaley Billy Waite Lewis Roy Key June Key Robert Robinson Maredale Trammel Kenneth Pollard

Church of the Nazarene I

Seventh and Webster

junction City, Kansas

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W . T. JOHNSON Pastor

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Boosting Honoring

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GREATER

B. LOLA ANN

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CONSTANCE

c. PROPOSED NEW BUILDING NEW CHURCH LOCATION Woodlawn and Grant

PRESENT LOCATION North Colorado and Princeton

"A BEACON LIGHT ON BEACON HILL" J. MELTON THOMAS, Pastor

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ABILENE DISTRICT C9ongratulations to the ~raduating @lass of 19471 REV. W.B . WALKER District Superintendent

DISTRICT OFFICERS 0. V. McMAHON, Secretary-Treasurer LUTHER CANTWELL, Church School Board Chairman D. M. DUKE, N.Y.P.S. President MRS. W. R. McCLURE, W .F.M.S. President MRS. CARL ELLIS, Junior Director

DISTRICT CAMP MEETING: July 14 to 20, Cisco, Texas

DISTRICT ASSEMBLY, October 8-9 Sound in Doctrine - Sane in Appeal Evangelistic in Emphasis - Constructive in Character

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Sincere Greetings to Students and Alumni of Bethany-Peniel College

PAUL H. GARRETT, M.A. Minister

WAURIKA, OKLAHOMA CHURCH of the NAZARENE

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"The Church With an Upward Look and a Forward .March!"

8th and Brown Sts.

Texarkana, Texas, U.S.A.

WE ARE PULLING FOR BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

. J. B. GEORGE,

Pastor

THE LOUISIANA DISTRICT We are for an Old-Fashion Program of Evangelism We Are Back of B. P. C.! ELBERT DODD, District Superintendent

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WE SUPPORT

Bethany.,Peniel College

100% Because We Believe Trained Leadership Is Essential To

S. S. Superintendent

All Phases of The Ministry of the Church

Novelle Newsom Y.W.M.S. President

Carl Stephenson N .Y.P.S. President

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 14th

and Ave. "Q"

LUBBOCK, TEXAS

REV. AND MRS. A. F. LAING

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CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of '47 from the

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT \NE ARE PROUD OF OtJR COLLEGE, HER PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATIVE GROUP, FACULTY and STUDENT BODYI

DISTRICT OFFICERS HADLEY A. HALL, District Superintendent LYMAN P. WOOD, N.Y. P. S. President HEARNE SPRUCE, Chairman of the Church School Board MRS. PEARL KEETON, President of the W. F. M. S. MAURICE TURNER, Secretary

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HADLEY A. HALL District Superintendent

MELTON THOMAS, District Treasurer

CAMP and ASSEMBLY DISTRICT CAMP and N .Y.P.S . . INSTITUTE at Waco, Texas (June 23-29) DISTRICT ASSEMBLY at Corpus Christi First Church (August 26-28)

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r9ompliments to BETHANY --PENIEL COLLEGE from

CHURCH of the NAZARENE ABENATHY, TEXAS

REV. L. H. CLEGG

DOROTHY RHODES

ONETA RHODES

VIRGIL RHODES

DULAN CLEGG

Hail

BETHANY -PENIEL COLLEGE and

r9ongratulations to the r9lass of '47 from

FIRST CHURCH 1106 5th Street

Wichita Falls, Texas REV. WALTER PATTERSON

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拢greetings from the REV. BOYD HANCOCK N.Y.P.S. President

YOUNG PEOPLE OF ARKANSAS to the

Students

of Bethang-Peniel College 路 REV. J. W. SHORT District Superintendent

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SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT NAZARENE YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY

W. C. EMBERTON

LYMAN P. WOOD

J . B. ROSE

F. W. ROGERS

SECRETARY

PRESIDENT

VICE - PRESIDENT

TREASURER

"We Are Boosting Bethany"

WOODWARD-

CI-IURCI-I of the NAZARENE Fifth and Texas Streets

WOODWARD, OKLAHOMA

A CHURCHWith A Moving Program Interested in the Sunday School

PRESENTINGA Progressive Pastor

REV. E. L. LOOMAN

A Cooperative People

WI-IO BELIEVE IN TI-lE PROGRESS OF TI-IEIR COLLEGE!

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In .Appreciation for Its f9ontribution

BORGER CHURCH of the NAZARENE Corner Second and Weatherly Streets

BORGER, TEXAS 0A(;)

We

fire 18oosters For 18ethany-1Deniel @allege ~

REV. AMOS R. MEADOR, Pastor

CHURCH of the NAZARENE GUTHRIE, ORLAHOMA PASTOR ALVIN MAULE "We believe in our Schools"

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J.

NEUFELD . Pastor

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS (jreelin9> from

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SCENES

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LAKEVIEW PARK Kansas City District Center JARRETTE AYCOCK District Superintendent

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CENTRAL CHURCH of the NAZARENE "The Church With a Welcome" Haskell and Victor Sts.

DALLAS 1, TEXAS

* • Sunday School, 9:30 A.M . • Preaching Services 11:00 A.M. and 7:30P.M. REV. AND MRS . A. F . DUKE Pastors

Mid-Week Prayer Service 7:30 P.M.

CHURCH

T-1024 Phone: T-74293

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the NAZARENE

306 West Elm St.

HILLSBORO, TEXAS

* H . D . BURSON Pastor

We are 100 % for Bethany-Peniel College

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 11TH AND LOWRY STREET

STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA CLAUD L. BURTON PASTOR

Honors her students at 13. 1fJ. e.!

P. INGERSOL

B. HUMAN

M. WILSEY

A . MIL LER

R. YOUNG

N. HOWERTON

HAROLD CRENSHAW

HAZEL CRENSHAW

L. HALL

J . NILES

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G. BILYEU

R. INGERSOL


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BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE REV. L. A. OGDEN, District Superintendent REV. J. EDWIN McCONNELL, Chairman Church Schools REV. A. F . HAYES, President Young People's Society MRS. L. S. OLIVER, President Women's Missionary Society

CHARACTER CULTURE ASSURE US OF HOPE

CHRIST

CALENDAR OF DISTRICT EVENTS JULY 27TH THROUGH AUGUST 3RD, CAMP MEETING AND ASSEMBLY AT HASTINGS, NEBRASKA WITH DR. G. B. WILLIAMSON, General Superintendent SEPTEMBER 16TH THROUGH 18TH, PREACHERS' RETREAT AND CONVOCATION AT NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA DECEMBER 2ND THROUGH 4TH MID-YEAR CONVENTION WITH DR. D. SHELBY CORLETT AS CONVENTION WORKER

Bethany helps build a better and stronger Nebraska District Nebraska District helps build a b.igger and better Bethany

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L. LEE GAINES Pastor

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE On Almeda StPeet, One Block Nopfh of Six Points CORPUS CHRISTl, TEXAS

CONGRATULATIONS TO BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE, HER FACULTY, AND STUDENTS

PARSONAGE, 1214 McKENZIE STREET

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Grace Church of the Nazarene 307 East 35th Street AUSTIN, TEXAS

Greets her students in

Bethany-Peliiel College!

REV. LYMAN P. WOOD, Pastor

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C. E. HEATWOLE

RALPH McCLAIN

RICHARD SNOW

PASTOR

S. S. SUPERINTENDENT

N .Y. P. S. PRESIDENT

STUDENT AT BETHANY PENIEL COLLEGE

A Growing Church With A Spiritual Program We Are Back of Bethany-Peniel College 100 %

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Eleventh and Prescott St. SALINA, KANSAS

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CORA ROBINSON

STAN LEDBETTER

WEST SIDE CHURCH of the NAZARENE TULSA, OKLAHOMA 7 of the More Than 800 Reasons Why We Are Back of B.P.C. REV. and MRS. W . H . JOHNSON

(Kenneth Brooks not listed)

BETTY WASSOM

EARL WASSOM

LOY WATSON

AUSTIN FIRST CHURCH

REV. J. E. MOORE, JR.

We

Gxtend f9ongratulations to the f9lass of 1947

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DALLAS MRS. I. C. MATHIS W.F.M.S. President

REV. I. C. MATHIS Superintendent

Here's How We Feel: COUNT ON US TO BACK ANY PROGRAM TO FORWARD THE WORK OF BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

DISTRICT REV. CUTIS SMITH N.Y.P.S. President

REV. H. F. CREWS Ch. Church School Board

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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Harrison :tt Forty-first

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

Pastor: A. Milton Smith Visitor: Robert E. Harding Music Director: Ray Moore Organist: Mrs. Robert Edwards Sunday School Supt: F. C. Davis Youth Supervisor: Kenneth Robinson Pres. W.F.M.S.: Mrs. Phil Milburn Pres. N.Y.P.S.: Willard Taylor Sec'y to Pastor: Mrs. Robert Harding

A. MILTON SMITH, Pastor

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C. GARRETT

G. SHAFFER

A . BECK

C. RENEAU

P. PHIPPS

J . TUCKER

J . GAULT

. EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT 11

Enthusiastically Backing Our College" ++++

F. LADD

WE ARE PROUD of OUR 59 STUDENTS W. H. BARLOW

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E. MESSER

S. LEDBETTER

T . JOHNSON

DIST . SUPT~

A. L. BELCHER DISTRICT TREASURER

DISTRICT SECRETARY

C. SHREFFLER

W. A. CARTER.

B. MESSER

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OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

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GENE DAVIS Music Director MARGARET SPENCER Pianist C. H. WITHROW Sunday School Supt. BETTY HERRIN N.Y.P.S . President MRS. TOM MONTGOMERY W .F.M.S. President WALTER HINTZ Secretary

REV. H. H. SPENCER

MRS . H. H. SPENCER

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Jl Hearty Vote of

John Knight, N.Y.P;S. President . Mrs. H. H. Hagemeier, W.F.M.S. President

Approval to 18.1fJ. C9. from the

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT N.Y.P.S.

FIRST CHURCH AMARILLO, TEXAS L. L. Van Houten, Pastor

H. M. CURTIS, President V. R. CLARK, Secretary

E. W. Willis, Sunday School Supt.

M. K. SHROUT, Treasurer

C. E. Yates, Treasurer

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Special Worker~~!~

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College Gospel Team Leads Student Revival Approximately 125 young peo- . - - - - - - - -- -- pie got definite spiritual help in ~ Prof. Mark Moore, Sponsor the recent "Every Student For . Christ" campaign sponsored ·by Gospel Team. Climaxing a Boyd Kifer, President .; glorious chapel services,

GOSPEL TEAM

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Loretta Oakes, Secretary

Joe Clark, Vice-President

·\Gos\)e ~t\il\1\esre-

Gospel Tea, . Sho ~ Activities , W vood 1 ., The ncrease ~~

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OUR COLLEGE IS THE ANSWER TO YOUR PROBLEM CCke Problem of tlze Parent: Where should I send my son or daughter to College?

CCke ProbLem of Youth: Where can I receive a Christian Education?

CCke ProbLem of tke Ckurch: Where can we fulfill our obligation to our youth and who will train our future workers?

CCke ProbLem of tke StewarJ: Where can I invest my money that I may receive eternal dividends?

BETHANY -PENIEL COLLEGE Bethany, Oklahoma

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Prof. C. C . Crill and the "Grand Opening Day" Choir

THE COLLEGE CHURCH Has added as new features This YearA Three-story Educational Unit

An Enlarged and redecorated Church Auditorium

An organized Religious Education Program

We want t he s t udents of B. P. C. to have t he bes t Harper L. Cole Educational Director

C. B. Strang, D. D. Pastor

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Albert Gamble, Chmch Visitor


WESTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT [)reetings from the Home CDistrict RAY HANCE, District Superintendent

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In :Appreciation

of BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

Rev. and Mrs. Frank McConnell

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 311 North Oak Avenue

ADA, OKLAHOMA

YUKON CHURCH of the NAZARENE YUKON, OKLAHOMA

IN APPRECIATION of BETHANY --PENIEL COLLEGE

HOBART WICKENS Sunday School Superintendent

OTTO C . PERRY Pastor

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BETTY TRAYWICK N .Y.P.S. President


NORMAN CHURCH of the NAZARENE ALEMEDA AND APACHE STREETS

NORMAN, OKLAHOMA

Heartily Supporting the Program of

Character Culture Christ GEREN ROBERTS Minister Church Choir, AI Sullivan, Director

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CHURCH of the NAZARENE

EUGENE SCROGGIN

Corner of Sixth and Main

Blanchard, Oklahoma

Rev. R. F. & Martha Franklin, Pastors 1. .I

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We wish to thank all of the business firms of Bethany and Oklahoma City who have, by their advertising, clone so much to make possible the '47 ARROW. These are friends of our school .. .let us show our appreciation by buying from ARROW advertisers.


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STEAKS - OYSTERS - CHICKEN OUR SPECIALTIES

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Phone 2516

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WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM SALESMEN . AND TI-II:IR WIVI:S

S. K. CLAYTON FII:LD SUPI:RVISOR BOX 486

BETHANY

v\lsr LUMSERING' ALO"'G

39th & MAY AVENUE

910 NORTH WALKER

1515 SOUTH AGNEW

MIDWEST CITY

Four Stores For Your Convenience

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BUILDING SUPPLIES LUMBER I

BUILDERS HARDWARE- WALLPAPER

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F.H.A. Repair and Remodel Loans

H. E. LEONHARDT LUMBER CO. IN BETHANY Since 1924

Carroll Smith, Manager

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f9ompliments of

DR. RALPH SHADID We Specialize In

BETHANY

Stew and Coffee

BOB'S CAFE WE CATER TO STUDENT'S TRADE

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Bethany's finest and most modepn plant.

1Boosters for 18.10. f9.! Quick, Efficient Service To Your Door

We employ B.P.C. Studeuts

ELMER H . MANN

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JAY R. JACOBS


The Oklahoma Natural Gas Company, as a local institution, has always tried to give every natural gas customer in your community the ultimate in good gas service. To accomplish this worthy ·objec. tive, Oklahoma Natural has created · several additional services, and made them available to every one in the community. Let's take a look at these extra services offered to you at no cost.

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OHLRHOffiR nRTURRL ~~

NATURAL GAS SERVICE HAS PLAYED~ VITAL PART IN THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF OKLAHOMA SINCE 1900.

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You're neither too young or too old to enjoy the correct atmosphere and excellent food at

HARPER'S GRILL New location at 107 S. College Street

Bethany

JAKE'S SERVICE STATION Studellls

Main and Donald Streets

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You're Ofefcome

G. MciNTYRE, Owner Phone 640

From Our Shelves to Your TableTHAT'S THE RIGHT COMBINATION!

Quality of Commodity and Efficiency in Service Arc Our Endeavor

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Lois Ballard, Secretary

Insure In Sure Insurance

HALL-HOAG AGENCY 106 S. COLLEGE Bethany - Phone 603

B. M. HALL

PAUL HOAG

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116 S. vV. lst Street

HENRY'S I.G. A. Grocery and Market

Phone 2436

The F1fiendly Sto1fe

BETHANY MOTOR CO.

We have a Delivery Service Phone 605

"All the king's men couldn't put Humpty together again. But we'll put that car in shape."

MRS. HENRY BUTLER Manager

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Bethany


The Building ONE OF HIS EXAMPLES

L. C. CHERRY CONTRACTOR

Bethany, Okla. The Builder

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CCke Printer

THROUGH countless \ centuries of time, from pyramid building to cathedral building, civilization limped along, dragging one foot wearily after the other, unmindful of passing years, ignorant of the thought world, and not suspecting the possibilities of the common man. Then came the printer, heaven-appointed prophet of the new ages to be, opening the doors to worlds unknown. Civilization leaped forward , alive and eager, romping through the years, scattering new ideas with a prodigal hand as seeds into the fertile soil of human minds. Today, thanks to the printed word, the common man, conscious of his powers, may look upon a broader horizon than did the wisest men of old. Tomorrow, perchance, the sky will brighten into an unclouded day of human progress-a day worthy of the cumulative efforts of the ages .

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"We enjoyed our 路 work at Bethany very much this 路 year-it was a pleasant experience with a fine group of people." Hal Owens Photographer

"It was a pleasant task working with the ARROW staff and the other wonderful folks at the college. Bessie Farley Photographer

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"The association I have had with Bethany-Peniel College has been most pleasant in every way." Sally Ward Retoucher and Colorist

"I have enjoyed all the contacts I have made with B.P.C. and hope to continue them through the years." E. R. Hawkins, Jr. Dark Room Technician

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The student directory has been compiled at your request and for your use. Names and addresses have been taken from registration cards, many of which have not been filled out correctly. We regret any mistakes for which we are responsible, but trust that the directory will be of service to you in continuing the friendships of this year.

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STUDENT DIRECTORY ADAMS, EUGENE 506 N. Redman Bethany, Oklahoma ADAMS, HARRIETT 3123 N. W. 16 Oklahoma City, Okla. ADKINS, DORIS MAE 415 E. Logan Guthrie, Oklahoma AKERS, BEULAH Box 291 Hooker, Oklahoma AKIN, LEONARD 414 W . Walnut Altus, Oklahoma AKIN, MILDRED 414 W. Walnut Altus, Oklahoma ALEXANDER, KENNETH 412 E. lOth St. Hutchinson, Kansas ALEXANDER, LAWRENCE Rt. 2 Jacksonville, Texas ALEXANDER, WINNIE 406 W , Bow St. T yler, Texas ALGER, DANFORD 203 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma ANDERSON, ZELLA Newport, Nebraska ANDREW, J. C. Bethany, Oklahoma ANDREW, LEORA ALMA 124 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma ANDREW, LEWIS 124 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma ANDREW, VINA 712 N. Beaver Bethany, Oklahoma ARMOLD, JACK 2935 N. W. 12 Oklahoma City, Okla. ARMSTRONG, ADA 218 N. Donald Bethany, Oklahoma ARMSTRONG, KENNETH 1215 E. Lead Albuquerque, New Mex. ARMSTRONG, VESTAL 1215 E. Lead Albuquerque, N: Mex. ARNOLD, WINOLA Monument, Kansas ATTAWAY, ELLA 202 S. W . Ave. Bethany, Oklahoma BABCOCK, LOIS 1025 S. Topeka \Vichita, Kansas BAKER, BILL Box 46 Queen City, Texas

BAKER, NOVA Box 46 Queen City, Texas BAKER, WILSON Box 46 Queen City, Texas . BALDWIN, ANNA JEAN 1620 Milam Beaumont, Texas BALDWIN, GARY 113 N. Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma BALDWIN, HOWARD Star Rt. Palacios, Texas BALDWIN, J. W . 104 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Oklahoma BALDWIN, JACK 1620 Milam St. Beaumont, Texas BALDWIN, LUCILLE 113 N. Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma BALDWIN, OLIVER Star Rt. Palacios, Texas BALL, MABEL 417 Ellis Wichita, Kansas BALLARD, ALBERT Putnam, Street Sulphur Springs, Texas BARNARD, ELNORA 209 s. 6th Purcell, Oklahoma BARNES, OPAL R.F.D. 2 Bowdon, Georgia BARNES, S. B. 2420 S. W . 35th St. Oklahoma City, Okla. BATES, DORIS LEE 1601 S. Armstrong Bartlesville, Oklahoma

BECKEL, VIVIAN 814 N . Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma BEGGS, GEORGE LEE 1311 N. 2nd St. \Vichita Falls, Texas BERESFORD, DANIEL R. R. 5, Box 840 Waco, Texas BEST, JOSEPH Claremore, Oklahoma BILYEU, DOYLE 1206 Lewis St. Stillwater, Oklahoma BILYEU, ILA GRACE 1206 Lewis St. Stillwater, Oklahoma BIRDWELL, J. W. R. F. D . 1, Box 207 Mercedes, Texas BIRDWELL, LEO R. F. D. 1, Box 207 Mercedes, Texas BIRDWELL, THEO R. F. D. 1, Box 207 Mercedes, Texas BISHOP, GLEN Box 332 Crystal City, Texas BLACKSHEAR, ANNA Alva, Oklahoma BLAKE, JUANITA 606 W. Sixth Quanah, Texas BLAKE, WILMA 606 W. Sixth Quanah, Texas BLANKENSHIP, HAROLD 1031 West Nelson Denison, Texas BLOCK, HAROLD F., JR. Mitchell, Nebraska BLOODWORTH, GEORGE Alma, Oklahoma BOHANNAN, PEGGY 556 S. Crockett San Benito, Texas

BONNETTE, ROBERT 2935 Quinton St. Shreveport, Louisiana BONNETTE, VIRGIE 420 W. 31st St. Cheyenne, Wyoming BOTTOMS路, MILDRED 851% N. Tacoma Indianapolis, Ind. BOWMAN, JACK 7853 N. Broadway St. Louis, Missouri BRAKEBILL, RAY Little Rock, Arkansas BRANDES, MARIT A 36 S. Pershing Liberal, Kansas BRASHER, MILDRED Rt. 4, Box 127 Lake Charles, Louisiana BRASHER, PHILO Rt. 4, Box路 127 Lake Charles, Louisiana BRASWELL, A. L., JR. Box 24 Carrizo Springs, Texas BRASWELL, Roy 714 N . Williams Amarillo, Teaxs

BOHANNAN, WILLIAM 556 S. Crockett San Benito, Texas

BROGDON, LOLA ANNE 1334 W . Elsmele Pl. San Antonio, Texas

BOHANNON, RAYMOND 2428 Manchester Ave. East St. Louis, Ill.

BROOKS, KENNETH 4212 S. 33 W. Ave. Tulsa, Oklahoma

BOHANNON, VIOLET 2428 Manchester Ave. East St. Louis, Ill .

BROWN, DONALD 3808 Dempster Dallas, Texas

BOLERJACK, NAOMI 511 W. Walnut St. Independence, Kans.

BROWN, FRED 2105 Parker Ave. No. Little Rock, Ark.

BECK, ALBERT Bethany, Oklahoma

BOLERJACK, GENEVA 511 W. Walnut St. Independence, Kans.

BROWN, GERON 1020 W. 6th St. Grand Island, Neb.

BECKEL, LOLA 814 N. Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma

BOLERJACK, R. T. 511 W . Walnut St. Independence, Kansas

BROWN, LECIL Rt. 5 Searcy, Arkansas

BEAN, JOE 712 Stephen Ave. Duncan, Oklahoma BEATY, JUNE Rt. I Galena, Kansas BEAVER, DORIS 200 . N. Peniel Bethany, 路Okla. BEBOUT, MATHILDA Box 491 Henryetta, Okla. BEBOUT, MEREDITH Box 658 Blythe, California

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BRAZELTON, VEATRICE 3520 Ave. Q Lubbock, Texas BRAZELTON, WOODROW 1525 Cope St. San Angelo, Texas BREWER, MATTIE BESS 307 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma BRIGHT, HUGH 705 S. Roberts El Reno, Oklahoma BRISCOE, BIRDIE Box 405 Kaw City, Oklahoma BRISCOE, PAUL Kaw City, Oklahoma


CARLSON, IRENE Bethany, Oklahoma

CARR, VENETIA 217 E. King Tulsa, Oklahoma CARROLL, BILLY Box 253 Heavener, . Oklahoma CARROLL, •ROBEltT Box 253 Heavener, Oklahoma CARTER, CHARLES 1437 s. w . 30th Oklahoma City, Okla. CARTER, EARL Tulsa, Oklahoma CARTER, JAMES 419 S. Independence Sapulpa, Oklahoma CARTER, RUTH 419 S. Independence Sapulpa, Oklahoma CASON, FREDERICK Bethany, Oklahoma CASON, MARY LOU Bethany, Oklahoma CATE, MILDRED 2710 W. 5th Grand Island, Neb. CA VENER, C. E., JR. 209 S. Beaver Bethany, Oklahoma CHALMERS, LAWRENCE 125' West Fourth Eldorado, Kansas CHANDLER, GENEVA 2923 Troost Ave. Kansas City, Missouri CHAPMAN, MARIE Box 191 Harrah, .Oklahoma CHAPMAN, PEARL Box 191 Harrah, Oklahoma CHEEK, EDITH 724 East 13th Little Rock, Arkansas CHERRY, IRENE 218 E. Enterprise Abilene, Kansas CHEVEALLIER, PAULINE Box 305 Olla, Louisiana CHRISTENSEN, VALDEMAR 2301 S. Walter Wichita, Kansas CLARK, JOSEPH Box 28 Santon, Indiana CLAY, PEGGY Box 225 Baytown, Texas CLEGG, DULAN Box 33 Abernathy, Texas CLOUD, DENNIS HiggiJC!S, Texas CLOUD, EUNICE Box 182 Higgins, Texas

CAROTHERS, JOAN Box 665 Maxwell, Nebraska

COALE, JOHN Box 553 Grove, Oklahoma

BROWN, ODIS Box 321 Marqurette, Kansas BROWN, ROYCE WAYNE 509 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma BROWNING, HAZEL Pocassett, Okhihoma BROWNING, JUANITA Pocassett, Oklahoma BRUCE, ROBERT T. Higgins, Texas BRUMMETT, NETA Rt. 3 Shattuck, Oklahoma BRUMMETT, ROBERT Rt. 3 Shattuck, Oklahoma BRUNSON, GLENN 813% W. 6th St. Hastings, Nebraska BUFFINGTON, DOROTHY Rt. 2, Box 147 Sapulpa, Oklahoma BUFFINGTON, RALPH 208 Melton Texarkana, Texas BURNEY, MURRELL 745 S. W. 33rd St. Oklahoma City, Okla. BURSON, ERNEST 3503 Fairview Dailas, Texas BURTON, LEONARD Bethany, Oklahoma BUTLER, ALBERTA Rt. 7 Lubbock, Texas BYNUM, LOIS 505 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Oklahoma CAMPBELL, BONNIE Box 333 Grandfield, Oklahoma CAMPBELL, WALDO Miltonvale, Kansas CANTRELL, ALMA DEAN 220 S. 4th St. West Helena, Arkansas CANTRELL, BAILEY, JR. 220 S. 4th St. West Helena, Arkansas CARDEN, LEO Box 362 Poteau, Oklahoma CARGILL, GEORGE Bethany, Oklahoma CARGILL, GERTRUDE Bethany, Oklahoma CARL, MAXINE 3015 w . 12th Little Rock, Arkansas CARLETON, SHERRILL 6502 Texarkana Houston, Texas

COLE, HARPER Bethany, Oklahoma COLEMAN, WOODIE 501 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Oklahoma COLLETT, ALTA Rt. 10, Box 100 Oklahoma City, Okla. COLLINS, CARL Arapaho, Oklahoma. CONRAD, ERNEST 2224 S. Broadway Wichita, Kansas CONRAD, PAULINE 2224 S. Broadway Wichita, Kansas CONRAD, WESLEY Long Pine, Nebraska COODY, DARWYN 405 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma COONER, MABEL Box 3 Jasper, Alabam;,~ COOPER, LEON 712 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma COPPOCK, BONNIE 1007% E. 8th Coffeyville, Kansas CORDELL, JOE Beebe, Arkansas CORDELL, LOUISE Searcy, Arkansas CORNELIUS, WANDA Rt. 3 Altus, Oklahoma COTTAM, JANICE Bethany, Oklahoma C.OTTAM, TED Bethany, Oklahoma COUCHMAN, VIRGINIA Bethany, Oklahoma COURTNEY, GERALDINE 9 N~ Poplar Sapulpa, Oklahoma COVELL, LAWRENCE 1001 W . 2nd Pittsburg, Kansas COYLE, THELMA Rt. 1 Galena, Kansas COZBY, BAXTER 4 322 Pensacola Dallas, Texas COZZENS, WAYNE Capitan, New Mexico CRAGER,ADAN R. R. 1 Ballinger, Texas CRAVEN,ERDEN 545 N. 25 Lincoln, Nebraska CRAWFORD, LIVELY Drumright, Oklahoma CRAWFORD, ROBERT High Springs, Florida CRAWFORD, TILMAN Oklahoma City, Okla.

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CRENSHAW, HAZEL 1420 Springfield Stillwater, Okla. CRENSHAW, HAROLD 1420 Springfield Stillwater, Oklahoma CRILLY, DOROTHY Bethany, Oklahoma CROSS, HENRY 2233 N. W. Park Oklahoma City, Okla. CULWELL, HAROLD R.F.D. 1 Elkins, Arkansas CULWELL, THELMA Gosheri, Arkansas DALABA, GENE Kansas City, Mo. DALLAS, WILLIAM 310 N . College Bethany; Oklahoma DAMEWOOD, ALICE 1516 West First Coffeyville, Kansas DANIEL, VIRGINIA 1515 Pruett Fort Worth, Texas DANIELS, HERBERT. 224 s. Martin St. ~ittle Rock, Ark. DARDON, MARY 2919 S. W. 16th Oklahoma City, Okla. DAVENPORT, LEE Bethany, Oklahoma DAVENPORT, LILLIE MAE Pineland, Texas DAVIDSON, ORIN 618 5th Oswego, Kansas DAVIS, CAROLYN 3539 Garfield Kansas City, Missouri DAVIS, ERWIN Pearl, Texas DAVIS, FLOYD 35 39 Garfield Kansas City, Missouri DAVIS, JOHN 112 N. Redman Bethany, Oklahoma DAVIS, NEIL Box 346 Electra, Texas DAVIS, M. L. R.R. 3 Carthage, Missouri DAVIS, ROBERT R.R. 3 . Carthage, Missouri DAVIS, SUE NELL 311 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma DAVIS, THURMAN 1428 S. 8th St. Chickasha, Oklahoma DERBY, LAVERA Wichita, Kansas DICKERSON, MARJORIE 204 S. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma


DICKERSON, MAURINE 204 S. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma DODSON, WILBUR 419 N. 19th St. Fort Smith, Arkansas DOING, PEGGY JUNE 715 N. First Ponca City, Okiahoma DOLE, BERNICE 3554 Howard Omaha, Nebraska DOLE, ELIZABETH 3554 Howard Omaha, Nebraska DONALSON, BONNIE Buna, Texas DOROUGH, JAMIL 301 Raymond St. Bowie, Texas DOTSON, ESTHER 602 S. 8th St. Abilene, Texas DOUGHARTY, WILBURN 3895 Ogden Beaumont, Texas DOUGLAS, JOHNNIE 3512 Hotcher St. Dallas, Texas DOYLE, DONALD EDWIN 4129 E. First St. Tulsa, Oklahoma DUDNEY, BENNETT 2023 Pine St. Texarkana, Texas DUFFEY, AVIS Rt. 2 Bowdon, Georgia DUFFY, VIRGINIA 721 N. Peniel "Rethany, Oklahoma DURBIN, MATTHIAS, JR. Bethany, Oklahoma EDWARDS, MARION R.F.D. Box 273 Macksville, Louisiana ELLIS, J. W. 625 Jane St. Charleston, W. Virginia ELLIS, MAE 625 Jane St. Charleston, W. Va. EMMERT, EVELYN Bethany, . Oklahoma EMMERT, H. C. Oklahoma City, Okla. EMMERT, JAMES LEWIS 109 W . Jenkins El Reno, Oklahoma EMMERT, RUTH 10 35 E. Houston Sherman,. Texas EMMERT, THURMAN Bethany, Oklahoma EPPLER, THOMAS Britton, Oklahoma EMRICH, ROBERT Miltonvale, Kansas ESTER, JUNE Mulvane, Kansas

EUDALEY, MALCOLM Box 696 Freeport, Texas EVANS, RONALD 3813 N. W. 13th Oklahoma City, Oklahoma FARMER, CONSTANCE 807 Masters St. Corlein, Kentucky FAULKNER, DARTHYMARIE 213 English St. Houston, Texas FECHNER, JOHN R.R. 3 Shattuck, Oklahoma FELTER, WANDA 803 N. Eleventh Modeska, -Kansas FERGUSON, JOHN Box 2 Atlanta, Texas FIELDS, RICHARD 6730 Paseo Kansas City, Missouri FINCH, DEW ARD 212 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma FIRESTONE, LOIS Bethany, Oklahoma FIRESTONE, ORVILLE Bethany, Oklahoma FLICK, JACOB 516 Virginia Ave. Martinsburg, W . Va. FLICK, MARY Bethany, Oklahoma FOREMAN, JAMES Magnolia, Mississippi FRANCE, ANN 337 Front Ave. S. E. New Philadelphia, Ohio FRANKLIN, PAUL 617 E. Oklahoma Ave. Blackwell, Oklahoma FRENCH, JOHN 109 Summer St. Hingha\n, Massachusetts FRIESEN, OLGA 1210 7th St. Fairbury, Nebraska FRY, GEORGIAMAE 519 E. 8th Hutchinson, Kansas FULTON, CLARENCE Bethany, Oklahoma FULTON, FRANCES Bethany, Oklahoma GAMBLE, ALBERT R.R. 2 Eureka Springs, Ark. GANDY, WILLIAM 109 N. Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma GARDNER, IRENE Meade, Kansas

GARRISON, ROBERT 607 N. Donald Bethany, Oklahoma GATLIN, VERDA Rt. 10, Box 147 Oklahoma City, Okla. GAULT, JOANNA 1820 N. Denver Tulsa, Oklahoma GEORGE, CANTLEY Box 86 La Villa, Texas GEORGE, MARCELLA Box 86 La Villa, Texas GHOLSON, LAWRENCE Buvins, Texas GILBERT, RONALD 726 S. Clinton Dallas, Texas GILHAM, THOMAS 1821 S. lOth St. Fort Worth, Texas GILL, MARY FRANCES 2'f2 S. College Bethany, Oklahoma GILLESPIE, INEZ 409 Pile St. Clovis, New Mex. GILLIAM, JACK Bbx 627 O'Donnell, Texas GIRARD, MARGARET 316 N. Bickford El Reno, Oklahoma GODKIN, FOREST Rt. 1, Box 103 Port Arthur, Texas GODKIN, WILMA 306 N. W. Ave. Bethany, Oklahoma GOUKER, BETTY Rt. 4 Beatrice, Nebraska GRANT, CHAD Box 448 Grand Saline, Texas GRANT, DWIGHT Star Rt. Melrose, New Mexico GRANT, MAVIS Box 454 Grand Saline, Texas GRANT, DWAIN Melrose, New Mexico GRAY, ELSIE MAE Duncan, Oklahoma GREEN, ELVIN - 906 So. 9th Chickasha, Oklahoma GREEN, HENRY 702 Lawrence Ave. Terrell, Texas

GARDNER, JOHN Meade, Kansas

GREEN, MILTON 515 East 15th St. Hutchinson, Kansas

GARRETT, CARL 1007 N. Main St. Tulsa, Oklahoma

GREGG, JUANITA Rt. 3, Box 39 Post, Texas

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GRISSOM, ROBERT 1605 Battery Little Rock, Arkansas GRISSOM, VIOLET 922 Arkansas Ave. No. Little Rock, Ark. GROFF, ANNA RUTH R.F.D. 2 I veria, Missouri GRONEMYER, BILL Rt. 10 Sedro Woslley, W ash. GRUNEWALD, BETTY 1411 2nd Woodward, Oklahoma GUNTER, BIRDIE 1206 Rice Little Rock, Ark. GUY, MARION 308 N. Silver Paola, Kansas HADDUCK, ED 31 Grant Russell, Kansas HALE, ELWOOD 508 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma HALE, JOHN 508 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma HALE, MILDRENE 739 N. Louisa St. Shawnee, Oklahoma HALEY, IVA DELL 504 East Second St. Roswell, New Mexico I IALL, GEORGE DAVID 4 22 E. Kansas McPherson, Kansas IIALL, GUY Arrow Head Springs Hotel San Bernardino, California HALL, J. WALTER 312 College St. Bethany, Oklahoma HALL, LEONARD 1311 Fern St. Stillwater, Oklahoma HALTOM, ROBERTA 315 E. Munroe Jonesboro, Arkansas HAMMAN, MELBA 3022 N. Place Oklahoma City, Okla. HAMPTON, STEVE Pearl, Texas HARDIN, DEWEY 927 Maple St. Muskogee, Oklahoma I-IARLAN, GLENDENA 220 E. Florence Blackwell, Oklahoma HARPER, BERTHA 305 N. W . Main Bethany, Oklahoma HARPER, HAROLD 305 N. W. Main Bethany, Oklahoma HARPER, LEONARD 109 N . W . 2nd Bethany, Oklahoma


HELM, RHOMA 902 East Tyler St. Harlingen, Texas

HENDRIX, PAUL Rt. 1 Quanah, Texas HENEGER, CLARENCE Box 552 Norman, Oklahoma HERRIN, MARY ELLEN 1 531 Oakwood Memphis, Tenn . HICKMAN, CHARLES 2527 s. w. 32 st: Oklahoma City, Okla. HICKS, JOHN 1618 W. Binkley Oklahoma City, Okla. HICKS, SHARLOT 1227 Grant Dallas, Texas HIGHTOWER, HAZEL 823 Rice. Street Little Rock, Ark. HIGHTOWER, NEIL 82 3 Rice Street Little Rock, Ark. HILL, DOUBLE E. Cameron, Oklahoma HILLERY, HENRY LEE Russell Springs, Kans. HILTON, NORMA Houston, Texas HINKLE, JOSEPHINE 329 W. Texas St. Dension, Texas IIOAG, VIRGINIA 503 N. Willow Bethany, Oklahoma HOFFPAUIR, AUDREY Rt. 2, Box 453 Lake Charles, Louisiana HOFFPAUIR, LOIS Rt. 2, Box 453 Lake Charles, Louisiana HOFFPAUIR, WILMA DEAN Rt. 2, Box 18 Effie, Louisiana HOGAN, EMMA JEAN Rt. 7, Box 392 Pine Bluff, Ark. HOLLAND, CAMERON 1612 N. Villa Oklahoma City, Okla. HOLLAND, CURTICE 720 Poplar Ave. Yukon, Oklahoma HOLLINGSWORTH, TED Glasgow, Scotland

HELM, ROBERTA 902 East Tyler Harlingen, Texas

HOLLIS, ROBERT 527 South 6th Chickasha, Oklahoma

HELM, WERTH Box 80 Blanchard, Louisiana

HOLLOWELL, FRANCES Rt. 6, Box 414 Little Rock, Ark.

HEMREE, IRENE 504 E. 9th Metropolis, Illinois

HARPER, PAUL Box 351 Hoxie, Kansas HARRIS, IRWIN Buffalo, Missouri HARRIS, HUBERT Gravette, Arkansas HARRIS, EARLENE ll4 N. Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma HARRIS, NORMA JEAN 704 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma I IARRIS, MAXIE 1809 13th St. Port Arthur, Texas HARRIS, PAULINE 105 South Ave. Hot Springs, Ark. I IARRIS, ELIZABETH Bethany, Oklahoma HARRISON, JACK Mabelaule, Arkansas HARRISON, MARY 912 Orleans Topeka, Kansas HARRISON, TRAVIS 852 Edgefield Rd. Fort \Vorth, Texas HARVILLE, CARROLL Box 68 Vivian, Louisiana HASTINGS, VIRGINIA Cheney, Kansas HATHAWAY, JOHN 502 East Cherokee Cleveland, Oklahoma HATHAWAY, NOBLE 121 Cottonwood St. Sulphur Springs, Texas HEAP, HARLAN 531 N. Taylor El Dorado, Kansas HEAP, RUBY 532 N. Emporia El Dorado, Kansas HECK, DON EL 3824 Wilmer Houston, Texas HELM, PAUL 902 E. Tyler St. Harlingen, Texas

HOPKINS, PHYLLIS Udall, Kansas HORGER, JAMES 501 W. lOth St. Dallas, Texas I-lORN, CELESTINE 535 Palm Beaumont, Texas I-lORN, CURTIS 2695 Cable Beaumont, Texas HORN, MARY JO 2695 Cable Beaumont, Texas HOSTUTLER, ASA Higgins, Texas HOUGHTLING, GENE Rt. 2 San Benito, Texas HOUTS, ANNALEIGH 512 Dakota Ave. Chickasha, Oklahoma HOWERTON, NORMAN 1520 Springfirld Stillwater, Oklahoma HUDGENS, EVELYN 15ll E. 8th Pueblo, Colorado HUDSON, JAMES 1100 Rock Little Rock, Arkansas HULL, KENNETH Toulanda, Kansas HUMAN, BARBARA 1123 Husband St. Stillwater, Oklahoma IIURD, ALVIN 1009 W. Park Oklahoma City, Okla . HURLESS, LANNA Rt. 1 Dennison, Ohio INGERSOL, PAUL 802 Washington Stillwater, Oklahoma INGERSOL, ROBERT 802 Washington Stillwater, Oklahoma INGLE, ADALENE Lawton, Oklahoma INGLE, JUNELLA Rt. 1 Antlers, Oklahoma INGLE, MURIEL 4 322 Pensacola Dallas, Texas INGLE, ROY Lawton, Oklahoma INGLES, LLOYD Bethany, Oklahoma

JAMESON, PHYLLIS Rt. 2 Geary, Oklahoma JANZEN, PAULINE 110 N. Douglas Lyons, Kansas JARED, CLARA Box 5 Bethany, Oklahoma JARED, RALPH 126 N. E. 2nd St. Ada, Oklahoma JENKINS, GORDON 616 W . 9th St. Ada, Oklahoma JENKINS, LUTHER 3902 Ensor Ave. Columbia, S. Carolina JENNINGS, PAUL Box 28 Kosse, Texas JERNIGAN, CHARLENE 205 N. Donald Bethany, Oklahoma JOHNSON, DELENE 219 W. 68 Terr. Kansas City, Kansas JOHNSON, ARCHIE Pampa, Texas JOHNSON, JOHNNIE FAYE 1625 Sycamore No. Little Rock, Ark. JOHNSON, TOMMIE 603 North 4th Ave. Durant, Oklahoma JONES, BESS Box 172 Hamlin , Texas JONES, HELEN R.R. 3 Hutchinson, Kansas JONES, LEWIS 700 Roosevelt Ave. Sand Springs, Oklahoma JONES, PHYLLIS Cherryvale, Kansas KANNADY, ROBERT R.R. 1 Collinsville, Oklahoma KARNS, COLLEEN Ford, Kansas KARNS, MEL VA JEAN Ford, Kansas KEDY, CHARLES Bethany, Oklahoma KEE, JUNE 912 Duncan Ave. Duncan, Oklahoma

INGLES, RUTH Bethany, Oklahoma

KEE, ROY 106 Walnut Duncan, Oklahoma

HOOK, FRANCEL 3620 N. Geraldine Oklahoma City, Okla.

JSSACS, RALEIGH H. Rt. 2 Ponca City, Oklahoma

KEETON, GRANT 505. N. Peniel St. Bethany, Oklahoma

HENDERSON, MARGARET Iota, Louisiana

HOOVER, DANIEL Illinois Bend, Texas

JACOBS, J. R. Overton, Te;ocas

KELLOGG, MERRETA Ogallah , Kansas

HENDRICKSON, PHYLLIS 515 Center St. Conway, Arkansas

HOPKINS, EVELENE 412 E. 8th Chandler, Oklahoma

JAMES, BEVERLY 2909 19th St. Port Arthur, Texas

KEMENDO, VIRGINIA 31> N . W . 3rd ~ethan y, Oklahoma

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KENT, ARLENE 801 N. 15th St. Frederick, Oklahoma KETCHUM, GERTRUDE Ainsworth, Nebraska KETCHUM, WINSTON Ainsworth, . Nebraska KETCHUM, MARINELL 209 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma KIFER, BOYD 1220 Chestnut Muskogee, Oklahoma KIFER, DOROTHY 1220 Chestnut Muskogee, Oklahoma KILGORE, GENEVA 416 N. Brush Coleman, Texas KILGORE, HOWARD 716 S. Paecos Coleman, Texas KING, LAVEETA Bethany, Oklahoma KING, EARL 4ll N. Mueller Bethany, Oklahoma KING, WILBUR Bethany, Oklahoma KIRKLAND, W. C. Donalsonville, Ga. KNIGHT, MARSELLE 220 E. Palm Drive Lakeland, Florida KNIPPERS, DOUGLAS Many, Louisiana KNIPPERS, CAROLYN 1623 W. 23rd Little Rock, Ark. KNIPPERS, HAROLD 420 Lawrence St. Lawrenceburg, Tenn. KNIPPERS, EDWARD Box 328 Many, Louisiana KNIPPERS, LORA LEE 420 Lawrence St. Lawrenceburg, Tenn. KNIPPERS, SHURAL 420 Lawrence St. Lawrenceburg, Tenn. KNULL, THURMAN Grand Saline, Texas KOUNTER, IVAN 313 W. 2nd St. Coffeyville, Kansas KRIGBAUM, NAOMI 312 W. lOth Bartlesville, Oklahoma KUTCHKA, BETTY 1358 Bonham St. Paris, Texas LADD, FOREST 1324 N. Lewis Tulsa, Oklahoma

LARGO, DOROTHY ll 02 South Hayne St. Monroe, N. Carolina LARGO, JAMES Bethany, Oklahoma LASATER, PATRICIA 3100 N. W. 25th Oklahoma City, Okla. LAW, LUCILLE R.R. 1, Box 87 Duquoin, Kansas LAW, RICHARD Green Garden Drive Hutchinson, Kansas LAWRENCE, TRUMAN 128 N. Donald Bethany, Oklahoma LAWSON, CHESTER Lexington, Oklahoma LEDBETTER, ADA Ryan, Oklahoma LEDBETTER, STANLEY Tulsa, Oklahoma LEDBETTER, VERNON Fargo, Oklahoma LEE, JACK Rt. 2, Box 72 Bogolusa, Louisiana LEE, MARGARET PAULINE 924 Manvel Ave. Chandler, Okhihoma LEE, OUIDA 路 Rt. 4 Brookhaven, Miss. LEMMONS, ROY Box 235 Stigler, Oklahoma LESTER, HOWARD York, Nebraska

LITTLE, HELEN Box 617 Pittsburg, Texas LITTLE, MARGARET ll 0 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma LITTLE, W. J. Pittsburg, Texas LOCKE, JERALD 3307 Swiss Ave. Dallas, Texas LOCKE, THELMA 3222 Crutcher St. Dallas, Texas LONG, DOROTHY 310 N. Donald Bethany, Oklahoma LORETTE, BERNARD 207 East Main Bethany, Oklahoma LOUGHMILLER, LAW ANA 1040 S. Washington Wichita, Kansas LOUGHRIDGE, WILLIAM Rt. 2 Wister, Oklahoma LUCAS, MARY JANE Johnson, Kansas LUNN, ALMA JEAN 2l E. 57th St. Kansas City, Missouri LUNN, MERVEL 2l East 57th St Kansas City, Missouri LYNCH, BETTY 1031 W. Nelson Denison, Texas LYNCH, MINNIE 217 E. Hull St. Denison, Texas LYNCH, W.M. 217 E. Hull St. Denison, Texas

LEVERICH, JACK l 02 Castro! St. Norman, Oklahoma LEWIS, BILL 309 Maple St. Duncan, Oklahoma

LYNN, AUDIE 3020 Wheeling St. Kansas City, Kans. LYNN, MELVA MADELINE Rt. l Ralston; Oklahoma

LEWIS, CLARK Arnold, Nebraska

McARTHUR, GLENN 118 North Oklahoma Mangum, Oklahoma

LEWIS, JOE LESTER 410 E. 8th St. Pawhuska, Oklahoma

McCALL, CHARLES 509 Lufkin Ave. Lufkin, Texas

LEWIS, NELLIE MAE Bethany, Oklahoma LIGHT, DARLENE Higgins, Texas

McCLAFLIN, BERTHA 168 w . 6th Medford, Oklahoma

LINDLEY, BEULAH 400 N. Peniel St. Bethany, Oklahoma

McCLELLAND, ROBERT 609 North Star Hutchinson, Kans.

LISTER, ZELMA 745 S. W. 35th Oklahoma City, Okla.

McCLURE, JAMES Box 488 Big Spring, Texas

LANGFORD, HARRELL Waldron, Arkansas

LITTLE, CHARLES 50 5 Second St. Bethany, Oklahoma

McCOY, LAWRENCE Bethany, Oklahoma

LANGFORD, MARY LOU 2110 N. W. Park Oklahoma City, Okla.

LITTLE, GLEN 505楼.! N. W. 2nd Bethany, Oklahoma

McDONALD, CLAUDE 2319 N. Dewey Oklahoma City, Okla.

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McDOWELL, JEAN 3012 Alabama Ave. Shreveport, Louisiana McELFRESH, DORSIE 400 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma McGILL, CHARLOTTE Franklin, Louisiana McGILL, VAN 615 W . Oak St. Carmi, .Illinois McGILL, WILLIAM Box 16 Carmi, Illinois McGLACHLIN, GAYLE R.R. Burrton, Kansas McLAIN, MARIGLYN 118 N. Donald Bethany, Oklahoma !\路1cl'viAHON, RUTH 2ll2 Ave. M Lubbock, Texas McNAIR, LUCILLE 2208 Barksdale Blvd. Bossier City, Louisiana McREYNOLDS, EMERY \Voodston, Oklahoma MAHANNAH, MAURICE Box 574 Conway Springs, Kansas MAKES CRY, ALBERT Rt. l Ponca City, Oklahoma MANERING, ANN 229 W . Montery Denison, Texas MANEY, ELSIE RUTH Rt. l, Box 136 Burkburnett, Texas MANN, STEPHEN I 58 South 3rd St. Medford, Oklahoma MANNERS, BETTY LOU 713 West Texas Durant, Oklahoma MANSVELD, MARION Bethany, Oklahoma MANSVELD, WILBUR Bethany, Oklahoma MARSH, ARCHIE RL l. Austin, Colorado MARSH, WILLIAM Rt. 路 l Austin, Colorado MARTIN, GRACE 40 5 West Academy St. Searcy, Arkansas MARTIN, TOMIE 405 W . Academy St. Searcy, Arkansas MARTINDALE, RAYMOND 202 S. E. 3rd Bethany, Oklahoma MATSON, BILLY Midland, Texas MATSON, MORRIS Midland, Texas


MIMS, KENNETH 2212 Ernest St. Lake Charles, Louisiana

MOORE, CHARLENE R.F.D. 1 Roff, Oklahoma MOORE, JEAN 2521 North 8th St. Phoenix, Arizona MOORE, DONNA 2521 North 8th St. Phoenix, Arizona MOORE, DOROTHY 1209 James Waco, Texas MOORE, GEORGE 1114 Kings Highway Dallas, Texas MOORE, JUANITA R.R. 3 Effingham, Illinois MOORE, RAY 1123 N. Benton St. Charles, Missouri MORGAN, HAROLD 1222 North 33rd Fort Smith, Arkansas MORGAN, OPAL V\' ister, Oklahoma MORRISETT, WANDA 1225 Ash Street Muskogee, Oklahoma MOTLEY, ERIC 507 Pine Street Carthage, Missouri MOULTON, RALPH Donalsonville, Georgia MULLINS, TRAVIS Rt. 2, Box 241 Camden, Arkansas MUNDELL, HARLEN Bethany, Oklahoma MUNDELL, VIRGINIA R.R. 1 Galena, Kansas MUNGUIA C., RAMON 104'-h Main Stafford, Kansas MUNN, LUKE R.F.D. 4 Roostor, Arkansas MURRAY, LAWANA Rt. 6, Box 179 Texarkana, Texas NASH, BETTY 1439 E. 3rd Winfield, Kansas NEEL, EDNA Beatrice, Nebraska

MINYARD, MILDRED 618 E. Oak St. Portales, New Mexico .

NEELY, MYRTLE 114 N. PenielBethany, Oklahoma

MATSON, RUBY 5922 Lavender Houston, Texas MAULDIN, JOHNNIE Box 202 Britton, Oklahoma MAYO, ALVIN 1635 Hodges St. Lake Charles, Louisiana MEADOR, DOUGLAS Box 907 Borger, Texas MEADOR, VERMELL Box 907 Borger, Texas MEEKER, MARY FRANCIS 1521 N . Grove Wichita, Kansas MERRILL, GRACIE 164 South Iowa Cherokee, Oklahoma MESSER, BOB 616 E. 26th Pl. N. Tulsa, Oklahoma MESSER, EMMILENE 616 E. 26th Pl. N. Tulsa, Oklahoma METZGER, SUE R.F.D. 3 Whites Creek, Tenn. MIDDLETON, JAMES R.R. 1 Woodbine, Kansas MILBURN, CHARLES 517 Grove St. Conway, Arkansas MILBURN, ROBERT 7119 Paseo Kansas City, Missouri MILLER, ALVIN Rt. 1 Stillwater, Oklahoma MILLER, MAE-SALLEE 715 S. Rennie A~a, Oklahoma MILLER, NORMAN 2511 N. W. 1st Ave. Amarillo, Texas MILLER, RUTH ANNE Bethany, Oklahoma MILLER, WENDELL 2511 N . W . 1st Ave. Amarillo, Texas

MIZELL, DALE 1110 Crane Street Sweetwater, Texas MIZELL, JACKIE Ill 0 Crane Street Sweetwater, Texas MOFFAT, MARION Marlow, Oklahoma MOOR, JUNE Rt. 2 Perkins, Oklahoma

NEWCOMB, MARGIE Bethany, Oklahoma NIEDENS, WALTER Optima, Oklahoma NILES, JACQUELINE 318 E. 11th St. Stillwater, Oklahoma NORRIS, DARLENE 712 Fifth St. East McCook, Nebraska NORTHCUTT, CLAUDE 1019 Evans St. Bonham, Texas NYE, JUANITA 8 N. Portage Ave. South Bend, Ind. OAKES, LORETTA 2635 E. 13th Place Tulsa, Oklahoma OAKES, WINIFRED Rt. 1 San Benito, Texas OHSFELDT, GRACE 4826 Rittenhouse Dr. Houston, Texas OLIVER, CHARLES 1301 West 2nd Little Rock, Arkansas OLIVER, LAVERNE 204 Milwaukee Houston 9, Texas ORNDOFF, PATRICIA 204 N. 2nd lola, Kansas

OVERMYER, HELEN 603 N. Ash Ponca City, Oklahoma

PATTERSON, JOHN 1106 5th Wichita Falls, Texas PATTON, B. A. 913 Lawrence Ave. Terrell, Texas PECK, HESTER 707 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma PERKINS, MARY ALICE 406 Iowa Street Winfield, Kansas PERKINS, EILEEN 2122 Princeton Wichita Falls, Texas PERRYMAN, JOHN 1104 South Nueces Coleman, Texas PETERSON, LEONARD Udall, Kansas PETERSON, MARVIN Udall, Kansas PHELPS, PAUL 305 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Oklahoma PHELPS, VIRGIL 305 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Oklahoma PHILLIPS, MARY LOU R.R. 3 Hutchinson, Kansas PHILLIPS, OLENA 1904 East 5th Little Rock, Arkansas PHILLIPS, VIRGINIA 101 S. Ashbury Bethany, Oklahoma PHIPPS, PHALA 1115 E. 6th Bartlesville, Oklahoma PIERCE, DOUGLAS 402 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma PEGG, JOYCE Rt. 1 Davis, Oklahoma PITTENGER, CLAUDE 518 Dakota Ave. Chickasha, Oklahoma

OWENS, RUTH JEAN 12 S. W. 42 St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

PITTENGER, ELLEN Box 213 Bethany, Oklahoma

PACE, EUNICE 822 West 6th St. Elk City, Oklahoma

PITTENGER, MARIE 518 Dakota Chickasha, Oklahoma

PAGAN, E. C. Rt. 2, Box 29 Stroud, Oklahoma

PLEMONS. EUGENE 1925 Connon Waco, Texas

ORR, ELMO 3612 Dyer El Paso, Texas OSBORNE, ADRIAN Satanta, Kansas OVERHOLT, ELBERT 625 S. W . 3rd St. Newton, Kansas OVERHOLT, ELVA ELLEN 625 South East 3rd Newton, Kansas

PARHAM, RUTH NELSON, JUNE 2163 18th St. 413 S. Topping Akron 14, Ohio Kansas City, Missouri PARKER GERRE NEUENSCHWANDER, DORIS 415 5th St. Stidham, Oklahoma Grand Island, Nebraska NEWBERRY, MRON PARKHURST, MILDRED Bethany, Oklahoma 1824 5th St. NEWBERRY, THELMA Woodward, Oklahoma Bethany, Oklahoma PARRISH, MILTON NEWCOMB, DONALD 707 N . Mueller St. Bethany, Oklahoma Bethany, Oklahoma

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PLEMONS, PATSY 2009 No. 15th Waco, Texas POLLARD, KENNETH 207 N. W. 1st St. Bethany, Oklahoma PORTER, BILL 6926 Ave. 0 Houston, Texas POTTER, LORRAINE 2215 N. Lewis Tulsa, Oklahoma


PRICE, ORVAL Litana, Arkansas PRITCHETT, LUCILLE Rt. 10, Box 486 Oklahoma City, Okla. PROUSE, DARLENE 723 Washington Ave. Golden, Colorado PURGASON, JEAN 1813 Santa Anna San Antonio, Texas QUICK, THOMAS R.F.D. 7, Box 71 Oklahoma City, Okla. RAINBOLT, CALVIN 210 W. Nazajo Cleveland, Oklahoma RAIRDON~ JACK 1604 Euclid Oklahoma City, Okla. RALSTON, DORIS Rt. 3 Carthage, Missouri RALSTON, ROBERT LEE Rt. 3 Carthage, Missouri RAP, LOREN 801 Hill St. Lincoln, Nebraska RAY, BETTY FAY 1125 E. Allen Fort Worth, Texas RAYMER, IDA BETH Rt. 1, Box 404 De Ridder, 路Louisiana REED, VELMA 125 East Tenth Crowley, Louisiana REEP, KATHLEEN 1002 Lincoln Neodesha, Kansas REEVES, RUTHENE Vici, Oklahoma RENEAU, CLIFFORD Rt. 2 Qhelsea, Oklahoma RHODES, DOROTHY Star Rt. Hale Center, Texas RHODES, ONETA Abernathy, Texas RHODES, VIRGIL Star Rt. Hale Center, Texas RHOE, BETTY Burr Oak, Kansas RICHERT, EMMA 109 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma RIGGS, OLEN 207 N. E. 4th St. Bethany, Oklahoma RIGGS, VIRGIL R.R. 4 Great Bend, Kansas

ROACH, WILBURN 317 S. Waverly Dr. Dallas, Texas ROARK, WARREN Long Pine, Nebraska ROBERTSON, CORA 115 7th Perry, Oklahoma ROBERTSON, GLADYS Rt. 1 Klondike, Texas ROBERTSON, JAMES Rt. 1 Klondike, Texas ROBINSQN, MODELLE Rt. 5 Weatherford, Texas ROBINSON, ROBERT Box 735 Duncan, Oklahoma ROBNETT, CLIFTON Klondike, Texas ROBNETT, RUBY 3719 ' York St. Dallas路, Texas ROEBER, MILDRED 1807 S. Locust Pittsburg, Kansas ROLLINS, KENNETH 313 N. W. 4th St. Bethany, Oklahoma RONNEKAMP, GEORGE R.F.D. Juniata, ROSBRUGH, ELVIN Rt. 2 Rockville, Missouri ROSE, MARTHA 736 S. W. 24 Oklahoma City, Okla. ROSENBAUM, WARREN 1602 8th Ave. Scottsbluff, Nebraska ROTHNER, FRANK 12 West Silver Lake Oklahoma City, Okla. ROWLETT, LOUISE Rt. 1 Nacogdoches, Texas ROWLETT, MARIE Rt. 1 Nacogdoches, Texas RUNYAN, LEROY Grinnell, Kansas RUHL, EVELYN Fairview, Oklahoma

SCHARDEIN, CHARLES R.F.D. 1 ' Portridge, Kansas SCHARDEIN, LEOTA Hutchins, Kansas SCHAUER, LEOLA MAE Box 114 Channing, Texas SCHUNEMAN, DONALD R.F.D. 1 Renfrom, Oklahoma SCHOFIELD, GENELLE 1616 Jackson Amarillo, Texas SCOTT, HERBERT 3137 E. 5th St. Tulsa, Oklahoma SCOTT, MIRIAM 105 N. E. 95 St. Miami, Florida SCROGGIN, EUGENE R.R. 1 Stillwater, Oklahoma SCROGGINS, BURL 402 Hart Ave. Springdale, Ark. SEARCH, IRA 494 S. Warren Ave. Columbus, Ohio SHAFFER, GARLAND Rt. 1 Seminole, Oklahoma SHANNON, BOYD 413 N. Willow Bethany, Oklahoma SHARPE, DOROTHY Rt. 5, Box 604 Oklahoma .City, Okla. SHIVE, MARILOU 3024 East Third No. Little Rock, Ark. SHORT, W. C . Pattonville, Texas SHOCK, MILDRED Oklahoma City, Okla. SHOULDERS, JACKIE Rt. 2 O'Donnell, Texas

RUSSELL, REYNDAL 1403 Cuyahoga Ave. Clarksdale, Mississippi

SIMPSON, EULA MERLE 403'-h N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma

SADLER, GORDON Troup, Texas

SIMPSON, PAUL 704 West Shawnee Tahlequah, Oklahoma

RISHEL, LESTA 602 N. 1st St. Garden City, Kansas

SANFORD, LUTHER 406 N. W . 2nd St. Bethany, Oklahoma

ROACH, DOUGLAS 317 S. Waverly Dr. Dallas, Texas

SAYES, HOWARD 6120 Willard Ave. Shreveport, Louisiana

SHREFFLER, CHARLES 511 S. Maple Sapulpa, Oklahoma SIMMONS, EARL Tulsa, Oklahoma SIMMONS, VICTOR 104 S. Donald St. Bethany, Oklahoma

SANDERS, JOSEPH Rt. 1 Arcadia, Louisiana

SINGLETARY, ROBBIE 1112 Main St. Orange, Texas

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SMITH, CLARA JEAN 2220 Classen Oklahoma City, Okla. SMITH, DOYLE Adrian, Georgia SMITH, ELEANOR MAE 513 W. River Ave. Lansing, Michigan SMITH, FLOYD 1833 N. E. 11th Oklahoma City, Oklahoma SMITH, JAMES RUSSELL 307 E. 8th Ada, Oklahoma SMITH, MARGARET KING Donalsonville, Georgia SMITH, VIOLET 5421 N. Lawrence St. Philadelphia, Penn . SMITH, WALLACE 296 Galivan St. Shawmat, Alabama SMITH, WILLIAM 121 South Poplar St. Wichita, Kansas SNELL, JAMES 801 Virginia Dr. Oklahoma City, Okla. SNOW, RICHARD 322 So. 11th St. Salina, Kansas SNOWBARGER, MARIETA Marienthal, Kansas SNOWBARGER, WAVE Marienthal, Kansas SPINKS, ROBERT 6613 Fairfield Ave. Shreveport, Louisiana ST. JOHN, BETTY 1524 Maryland Ave. Little Rock, Arkansas STANDS, TALMADGE 269 5 Cable St. Beaumont, Texas STANDS, JACOB R.R. 2 Seiling, Oklahoma STANLEY, JOY DEE Mooreland, Oklahoma STARKS, MARJORIE 1215 N. Cheyenne Tulsa, Oklahoma STEARMAN, SAM 335 So. Illinois Wichita, Kansas STEELE, CLAUDE 1506 So. Crockett Dallas, Texas STEELE, ESTHER 702 E. Eighth Coffeyville; Kansas STEELE, HERBERT 702 E. 8th Coffeyville, Kansas

SLEDGE, MARY STEVE Harrison, Texas

STEELE, LEONA 702 E. 8th Coffeyville, Kansas

SLEDGE, WAYNE 606 N. Broadway Marlow, Oklahoma

STEPHENS, EDNA EARLE 523 Oliver St. Conway, Arkansas


STEVENS, WAYMAN 208% N. College Bethany, Oklahoma STEVENSON, MABLE 400 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma STEWART, CALVIN 518 Washburn Topeka, Kansas STEWART, MARSHALL Kansas City, Missouri STEWART, RETIS Walters, Oklahoma STEWART, VERA 518 Washburn Topeka, Kansas STINSON, BETTY Elk City, Kansas STINSON, VERNIE Elk City, Kansas STREET, WILLIAM 503 N. Donald Bethany, Oklahoma STROMAN, DAVID Olmito, Texas STUMP, RICHARD 1912 Schoenheit St. Falls City, Nebraska STURDEVANT, MARCILE 421 S. Kansas Cherokee, Oklahoma SULLIVAN, ARWANNA 619 W. Barr, Box 503 Pine Bluff, Arkansas SULLIVAN, EVELYN Donalsonville, Georgia SUTTON, GERALDINE 3342 Wayne Dr. Baton Rouge,. Louisiana SWIM, MARILYN 5625 Park Ave. Kansas City, Missouri TALBERT, BEATRICE 210 Enterprise Abilene, Kansas TAYLOR, VIRGIL 2824 Edgar Shreveport, Louisiana TAYLOR, KATHERINE 116 W. Cleveland Sapulpa, Oklahoma TAYLOR, MINNIE LEA Box 323 Olla, Louisiana TAYLOR, LLOYD 2824 Edgar St. Shreveport, Louisiana TERRY, GLEN 1023 Francisco Ave. Missi.on, Texas THARP, MARY Box 692 Clovis, New Mexico THOMAS, EULINE 313 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma THOMAS, IRENE Bethany, Oklahoma THOMASON, GEORGE 720 N. 9th St. Frederick, Oklahoma

THOMPSON, AVA Box 195 Pine Bluff, Arkansas THOMPSON, ALGREE Rt. 1 Big Sandy, Texas THOMPSON, JACK 629 Texas Pine Bluff, Arkansas THOMPSON, KATHLEEN Rt. 2 Overton, Texas THOMPSON, LEWIS 629 Texas St. Pine Bluff, Arkansas THOMPSON, MARCELINE 217 E. King Tulsa, . Oklahoma THOMPSON, RAYMOND 533 N. 8th Independence, Kansas THOMPSON, MARY LOUISE 629 Texas Pine Bluff, Arkansas THOMPSON, RICHARD ·2118 Webster St. Alexandria, Louisiana TIMM, ELAINE R.F.D. 2 Shelton, Nebraska TIMM, PEARL Shelton, Nebraska TIMM, VELMA Shelton, Nebraska TINSLEY, DORIS 4235 Ave. A. Beaumont, Texas TRAGER, MARY LOUISE 3014 Battery Little Rock, Ark. TRAMMELL, MORDELL 105 Walnut Duncan, Oklahoma TRAYWICK, BETTY 2 3s· Main St. Yukon, Oklahoma TROUTMAN, ROBERT Box 4 Busyhead, Oklahoma TUCKER, JIMMY 119 S. Florence Claremore, Oklahoma TUCKER, JOE 119 S. Florence Claremore, Oklahoma TURBVILLE, ARTIE Box 482 Austin, Texas TURNER, JACQUELINE 916 W . Ave. G. Temple, Texas TWINING, EUGENE Elk City, Kansas UNRUH, MELVIN R.F.D. 4 Hutchinson, Kansas UNRUH, RAMON Rt. 4 Hutchinson, Kansas

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UNRUH, ARLENE 1829 W. Pikes Peak Colorado Springs, Colo. UPCHURCH, VACHEL Rt. 1, Box 87 Queen City, Texas VANDERLINDE, PHILLIP Long Pine, Nebraska VANDIVERE, VIRGINIA Rt. 2 O'Donnell, Texas VAUGHAN, MABLE 401 North Western Britton, Oklahoma VAUGHAN, FRED 1505 W. 32 St. Pine Bluff, Arkansas VERBECK, EUGENE 3300 W. 13th Wichita, Kansas VERBECK, NEVA Turon, Kansas WADE, LAWRENCE 517 Pecan St. Abilene, Texas WADE, LETTIE 517 Pecan St. Abilene, Texas WAGGONER, DORIS 2406 · Winona San Antonio, Texas WALDEN, EVERETTE 424 East Seventh Hutchinson, Kansas· WALKER, IRENE 124 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma WALKER, TELLA Clovis, New Mexico WALKER, . WINNIE Harrah, Oklahoma WARD, VIRGINIA 105 S: E. lst St. Bethany, Oklahoma WARE, TILLIE 3121 i'ierpoin t Columbus, Georgia WARREN, WINNIE 219 South Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma WASSOM, BETTY 1307 W. 22nd St. Tulsa, Oklahoma WASSOM, EARL 842 N. Oak . St. Ponca City, Oklahoma WATSON, JEAN 1510 Ave. N Cisco, Texas WATSON, ELIZABETH 2911 Merrimac Dr. Fort Worth, Texas WATSON, JAMES 127 Melton St. Longview, Texas WATSON, LOY 3909 North St. Fort Smith, Arkansas WATSON, WILLIAM 1316 Dickson St. Fort Worth, Texas

WEISS, CONSTANCE 1206 N. 12th St. Enid, Oklahoma WELJ\1AN, HARRIETT R.R. 1 Arkansas City, Kansas WESSELS, DEAN 101 No. Asbury Bethany, Oklahoma WESSELS, ROXIE 114 Kings Highway Dallas, Texas WEST, RALPH 303 N. Blanco Coleman, Texas WEST, REBA 404 Clayton Ave. Poteau, .Oklahoma WESTMORELAND, RUTH Bethany; Oklahoma WHALEY, MARY NELL 604 So. 12th St. Duncan, Oklahoma WHITAKER, NOTA Box 26 Choctaw,. Oklahoma WHITE, BILLY K. 302 s. 9th Durant, Oklahoma· WHITE, PATRICIA 11 7 \Vest Green Clinton, Missouri WHITE, RUTH 1021 Thompson St. Austin, Texas WHITLOCK, LORRAINE 2818 Hickory St. Texarkana, Arkansas WIGGS, FRANCES 406 Creath Ave. Jonesboro, Arkansas WILEY, HERBERT 505 W. Enright Ave. St. Louis, Missouri WILLIAMS, EDWIN Rt. 3 Donalsonville, Georgia WILLIAMS, HUBERT Rt. I Donalsonville, Georgia WILLIAMS, LUCENE Rt. I Donalsonville, Georgia WILLIAMS, ROSY Rt. 3, Box 51 Longview, Texas WILLIAMS, W . CALVIN Rt. I Donalsonville, Georgia WILLIAMSON, LOIS 2 312 Virginia Land Billings, Montana WILLIAMSON, ROLAND Bethany, Oklahoma WILLSEY, MARlETTA 217 Duncan St. Stillwater, Oklahoma WILMOTH, CLIFFORD 1220 N. W. 18 Oklahoma City, Okla.


WILSON, BETTY 217 N. Broadway Wichita, Kansas WILSON, DONALD Parnell, Missouri WILSON, GENEVIEVE 209 Mary SL Alexandria, Louisiana WILSON, GARRETT Oklahoma City, Oklahoma WILSON, James 3107 Ave E Council Bluffs, Iowa WILSON, VIRGINIA 116 East 24th St. B:ouston, Texas WIMAN, CECIL 108 N. W. Ave Bethany, Oklahoma

WINGBLADE, PAUL 1355 Main Parsons, Kansas

WOOD, ELTON 807 Commack St. Dalhart, Texas

WRETLING, WILLAMINA 818 N. College Bethany, Oklahoma

WISDOM, GERALD Cumberland, Ohio

WOOTEN, CHARLENE 712 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma

WRIGHT, RALPH Bethany, Oklahoma

WITTLER, ELAINE R.F.D. 1 Janzen, Nebraska

WOOTEN, DOROTHY 712 North Peniel Bethany, Oklahoma WRAY, ELWYN 1508 N. W. lith Oklahoma City, Okla.

WRIGHT, RUBY Rt. 2 Jacksonville, Texas

WOOD, JOSEPH 607 Commack St. Dalhart, Texas

WRAY, KENNETH 1510 N. W. lith Oklahoma City, Okla.

YATES, DORIS 2044 Hayden Amarillo, Texas

WOODS, CAROL Northfield Rt. Childress, Texas

WRETLING, CHARLES 818 N. College Bethany_, Oklahoma

YOUNG, RAY 1202 Duncan Stillwater, Oklahoma

WITZKE, SELMA Bethany, Oklahoma

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YARBROUGH, RUTH 210 N. Redmond Bethany, Oklahoma


INDEX A Cappella Choir ----------- ----- -~ 69 Acting Dean of Liberal Arts __ ________ 38 Administration ______ __________ ____ 22- 31

Faculty and Curricula ______________ 34-77

Prayer and Fasting League ____________ 177

Fanning Hall --- --- -----------------路- 14 Finch, Dr. 0 . J. _____ _______ __ ___ 24, 53

President's Message ------~----------- 25

Administrative Council ---------------30 Advertisements, Business _________ 323-331

Fine Arts ------------------------ 59-77 Fine Arts Building ____________________ 12

Advertisements, Church - -- ---~,_-_ 262-297

Fine Arts Departmental Chairmen ___ __ 62-64

Alma Mater ----- -- ------------------86 ARROW ______________ _____ ___ 18 3-186

Fine Arts Professors --------- - --- __ 65-68. Football _______________________ 212-214

Associated Students _______________ 80-169

Foreword -------------------------- 6 Freshman Banquet ____ ___ _______ ____ 163

Aycock Lectures _______________ _____ 241

Freshman Class _________________ 138-163 Band ------------------~-----------76 Basketball, Boys' -----,- ----------- 216-219 Basketball, Girls' ________________ 228-230

Freshman Initiation _______ __________ 136

F. T. A. __________________________ 190

Board of Trustees ___ ___ ____ _________ _26

Girls' Athletics ------------------2 25-2 3<

Boys' Athletics __________________ 211-224

Girls' Matrons --------------------- 23.7 Gospel Team ____________________ ___ 178

Boys' Counselor --~----------------- 237 Bresee Hall _________________________ 10 Bud Robinson Hall __________________ 15

Graduates ______ ___ __ ------------- 88-89 Gyna~um __________________________ 13

Business Education ______ _______ _____ _44 Business Office ______________________ 29

Hall, E. C . ___ _______ _____ _________ 175 History ---------------------------- 39

Chapel Speakers ____ ___ ______ ___ ____ 242 Chemistry ---- - --------- ---- - ------- 44 Cherry, Irene (In Memoriam) ___ c_ _ ____ 87 Christmas Chorus ____________ __ _____ _71 College Church -------~----'---------- 18 College Church ------------~---- 244- 248 College Life _________________ ___ 236-260

Home Economics --------------------42 Home Economics Club ------ --------- 4 3

Dean of Religion -------------------- 53 Dean of Student Life ___ __ _______ ___ 175 Dedication ------------------------- -4 Dining Hall ___________ ___ __________ 232 Director of Athletics _____________ ____ 210

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Ripper, C. Harold ___________________ 37

School Hymn ______________________ 169 Science Hall _________________ ________ 2 Scott, Miriam ------------------ -- --- 31 Sears, Mary J. ______________________ 237 Second Semester Students _________ 164-167 Senior Class ------ --------------90-103 Simpson, Paul ______________________ 237 Snapshots . _____________________ _ 250-260 Softball, Boys' __________________ 220-221 Softball, Girls' __________________ 226-227

Speech ------------------- ----------48 Speech Department Play __ __________ _ )02

Jernigan Hall --------------------- -- 16

Curricula in Fine Arts ________________ 60

Dean of Liberal Arts ________________ 37

Reli~on

____ __________ __________ _ 215

Jamboree

Junior-Senior Banquet _______________ ll8

Dean Emeritus of Religion ------------ 54 Dean of Fine Arts ___________ ______ __61

Softball, Girls' __________ __ _______ 226 Registrar's Office ______ _________ _____ 28

Sophomore Class _______ _______ _ 120-137

Crill, C. C. ________________________ 61

Dawson , Bernice ____________________ 31

Redskins Basketball, Boys' _________________ 213 Basketball, Girls' _________________ 230 Football __________________ _______ 212

Instrumental Recitalists ________________73

Jobe, Mrs. M .. G. -----~-------------237 Junior Pby ______________ __________ 116

Curricula in Religion ----------------- 52

Recitalists ____________ 49, 72, 73; 74, 75

Sophomore Banquet __ ____ ____ ______ 135

Commercial Building _________________ 17 Contenb __________ ______ ___________ 19

Curricula in Liberal Arts ______________ 36

Psychology ------------------------- 46

La Due, Dr. W. C . ---- -- -- ---------- 38

Speech Recitalists --------------------49 Special Students __ ___ _____ _________ 168 Sports ----- - ---- ------ --------- 208-2 33 Squaws ---- ------ -- --------------- 233 Strang, Dr. .and Mrs. C. B. ____________ 244 Student Council _______________ ___82-85 Reli~ous

Activities __ l76

Library ------ --------- -- - ---------2 39

Student Director of

Liberal Arts ---------------------- 35-50

Student Directory ----------- ----32 3-331 Student Organizations __ __________ 172-205

McConnell, Dr. C. A. ---------------- 54 Male Choir _________________________ 70 Mathematics ------------------------ 4~ Missionary Band ____________________ 179 Modern Languages ----------- - ---- --45

Taylor, Minnie Lea ---- -------------- 31 Tennis, Boys' ______________________ 222 Tennis, Girls' _________________ _____ 231 Tra~k,

Boys' _______________________ 223

路 Track, Girls' _________ __ _______ _____ 232 Treble Choir _______________________ 70

Orchestra

--------- --------- ----- ---77

Drag ------- ------- -- ----------- -- 240

Phi Delta Lambda ______________ 180- 182

Voice Recitalists -------~-------------72

ECHO ________________________ 187-1 89

Philosophy ---- ---- --- ---------------5; Philosophy and Religion ______ ______ 51-52 Piano Recitalists ____________ _________ 74

Warriors ---------------------- - ---224 Who's Who ____________ _______ 191 -20 5

English - --- ------- ------- - ________ 40

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