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The '48 ARROW brings you a glimpse of the year at Bethany 路 . . . a panorama of the happy hours of fellowship and fun, the quiet times of prayer and worship, and the opportunities for study and achievement. We have emphasized each side of college life ... "Character, Culture, and Christ." In years to come, when thoughts of the past are the sweetest of all, may memory light her fires and recall faces, haunts, and dreams.

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\Ve are grateful to you, Dr. and Mrs Strang, because of your loyalty, devotion, and unselfish service to Bethany-Peniel College. You have urged us to put first things first, you have been very understanding, you have guided our footsteps, you have broadened our vision for Christian service, and you have given us a desire to take fearlessly our places in world society. In appreciation, to you, we humbly and respectfully dedicate this 1948 ARROW.

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GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT Church of the Nazarene 1881

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BOOK ONE

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SCIENCE HALL

COMMERCIAL BUILDING

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Buildings

FINE ARTS

GYMNASIUM

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MEN'S HALLS

BARRACKS FANNING HALL

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WOMEN'S HALLS

JERNIGAN HALL BUD ROBINSON HALL

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PRE.SIDENT'S

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OLLEGE CHURCH

BOOK TWO

OUR PRESIDENT Upon the capable shoulders of our president, Dr. Roy T. Cantrell, is the tremendous task of leadership. He is performing this 路 task with outstanding executive ability, keen insight into educational problems, and unfaltering loyalty to the lofty standards of Christ. His sympathetic understanding and complete reliance on God have made him a sound ~dviser and leader, a gracious friend, and a humble and sincere Christian gentleman. Mrs. Cantrell also has been an asset to the college. She is a gracious, charming first lady of the campus with high ideals and strong convictions. She leads an inspirational life before us. Dr. Cantrell attended Pasadena College, graduated from Asbury, did graduate work at the University of Kentucky and Asbury Theological Seminary. He received his M. A. Degree from the University of New York, _his B. D. from the New York Biblical seminary, and his D. D . Degree from Northwest Nazarene College. 路 For three years Dr. Cantrell was Dean of Men at Eastern Nazarene College. He pastored twelve years in New York and was superintendent of the Ontario, Minnesota, and Kansas Districts before coming to Bethany-Peniel as President. We admire his intellect, selfless devotion a'h'd untiring efforts, his wisdom and fine understanding of human nature. "The steps of a good man are ordered 路 by the Lord: and he delighteth in his way." :

Mrs. Bernice Lemmons Secretary to the President

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DR. ROY T. CANTRELL President

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B0AR.D 0F TRUSTEES Alumni Representative MR. JOHN STOCKTON

ABILENE DISTRICT Rt1·. W. B. Walker Re1·. Odell Brown Rc1·. \\'. R. l\lcClnre ARKANSAS DISTRICT Rc1·. J. W. Short RcY . Agnes \V. Diffee Re1·. R. l\1. Parks DALLAS DISTRICT Dr. I. C . Mathis Rc1·. Curtis Smith Rei". Paul Garrett HOUSTON DISTRICT Rev. E. \\' . Powell Rev. Raymond McClung Rev. V . H. Lewis KANSAS CITY DISTRICT Dr. Jarrette Aycock ReY. A. Milton Smith Rc1·. \Vayne Sears

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Chairman I. C. MATHIS

College President Rn. RoY T. CANTRELL

Vice-Chairman B. STRANG

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Secretary REv. R . T . WILLI..\Ms,

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EASTERN OKLA . DISTRICT Rev. \V. A. Ca~ter Rev. \ \'. H. Johnson Rev: R. B. Kelley Dr. B. F. Neely Rev. \V. R . Donaldson Rev. H . M. Curtis WESTERN OKLA. DISTRICT Re1·. \V . T . Johnson Rev. R. T. Williams Mr. B. M. Hall Dr. C . B. Strang ~Ir. A. LeRoy Taylor ReY. E. L. Looman ReY. Louis Emmert

KANSAS DISTRICT Re1·. Ray Hance Dr. Harold Reed l\lr. E. \\' . Snowbarger LOUISIANA DISTRICT Re1·. Elbert Dodd ReY. G. M . Akin Re1·. W. 0. Fisher NEBRASKA DISTRICT Re1·. L. A. Ogden Re1·. A. F . Hayes Re1·. L. S. Oliver SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT Rev. Hadley Hall ReY. J. E . Moore, Jr. Re1·. Hearne Spruce

First row : Hayes, Smith, \Villiams, Mathis, Cantrell, Ogden, Reed, Brown, Spruce, Donaldson Second row : Walker, Johnson , Hance, Snowbarger, Diffee, Car ter, Hall, l'vloore, Neely, Smith Third row: Fewell, Kelley, Stockton, Sears, Curtis, McClure, Akin, Dodd, Fisher Fourth row : Oliver, Parks, Lewis, Short, Strang, Johnson, Hall, Ta~·lor , Garrett, McClung

ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL

CHAMPIONS .OF LAW AND JUSTICE LAWMAKERS OF B. P. C. CAMPUS 路 DEBATERS OF GRAVE AND MOMENTOUS DECISIONS THE SUPREME COURT OF OUR SMALL WORLD HELPFUL, KINDLY FRIENDS OF YOURS AND MINE .

Left to right: Snowbarger, Ripper, Greer, Shannon, \Viman, Secretary; Cantrell , Chairman ; Dnnn ; Kemendo, Dobson, M. Moore

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FRANK J. KEMENDO Business Manager

MISS MINNIE LEA TAYLOR Secretary to the Business Manager Second Semester

MISS MIRIAM SCOTT Secretary to the Business Manager First Semester

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MISS FLORENCE LUNDY Bookkeeper

DAN BERESFORD Veterans Administrator MISS GERALDINE SUTTON Secretary

MRS. JIMMIE ROACH MRS. JEANETTE MOULTON Office Assistants

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C. H. WIMAN Registrar

MRS. MARTHA HODGES Secretary to the Registrar

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MRS: LEONA McCONNELL Recorder

MISS SHIRLEY NEWMAN MISS CAROLYN DAVIS Office Assistants

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E. E. BOYD SHANNON Dean of Student Lite

MRS. HALLIE SMITH Secretary to the Dean of Student Life Second Semester

MRS. ELLEN PITTENGER Secretary First Semester

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LYMAN P. WOOD Field Representative

MISS JUNE NEWMAN Secretary to the Field Representative

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Deans HAROLD C. RIPPER Dean of Liberal Arts Psychology Combination of intellectual might and spiritual power ... capable leadership .. . friendly greeting . . subtle sense of h umor .. . pleasant . . . sincere . . . devoted father.

LESTER L. DUNN Dean of Fine Arts Voice, Music Ed .. He shall have music wherever he goes . .. Christ is Preeminent ... "I Love Life" ... conscientious . .. ready sympathy and understanding . . . home interests . . . Margaret and Jimmy.

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Deans DR. ROY T. CANTRELL Dean of Religion Man of God . .. straightforward humble . .. puts first things first unpretentious . . . frank and matter-offact ... deeply consecrated .. . Aman of vision .. . worked dreams into the reality of character.

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DR. C . A. McCONNELL Dean Emeritus of Religion \Ve are grateful for having known this saint. scholar. gentleman, and outstanding teacher . . . "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." Some thirty students have found the Lord in his home this year.

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Department WILLIS B. DOBSON English Considerate . . . individual sense of humor . . . "He dealt out English with a Master hand" . . . and still the wonder grew, that one small head could carry all he knew ... love of home life.

DOROTHY PETERSEN Psychology, Education

Enthusiast ... brumful of energy . individual laugh .. . always in a hu . . . an individualist . . . methodi ... firm believer in modern educati ... firm Christian .

JACK W. MOORE Philosophy, Religion Keen analyst of character ... courteous and thoughtful . . . a certain dignity . . . interesting speaker . . . efficient . . . consistent . . . individualistic manner ... sensitive to beauty ... practical philosopher.

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Heads CAROL LUNDY Speech, Expression, English Intriguing personality . . . cheerful . . . sympathetic . . . petite . . . short story writer .. . zestful . .. generous .. . helps the individual to realize and express himself ... deeply understanding . . . perfect hostess and mother.

VERNON A. SNOWBARGER Math, Sociology, Athletic Director Conscientious teacher ... athletic . . . sportsmanship . . . wellrounded life . . . industrious church worker .. . vim, vigor . . . vitality . . . tolerant and fairminded . . . co-operative.

ANNE C . GREVE Home Economics Keen insight into human nature . .. genius for details ... true humility . . . mental keenness .. . conservative ... charming personality . .. dependable . .. forethought and vision . .. firm yet tender ... patient . .. Nancy's interest.

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Departmen ALBERT H. FITZGERREL Instrumental Music . Reserved ... musician with a capital M ... talented . .. diligent .. . definite sense of humor . . . thorough ... enthusiasm . ... sensitive emotions . .. accommodating ... composer ... graceful director. "

WILLO MAY BERESFORD Piano, Music Theory, Organ Patient and understanding . . . popular with her students . . . obliging organist . , . friendliness and ease of manner . .. Kenneth Wayne's mother .. . reliable . .. gracious . .. versatile.

ELIZABETH NELSON Voice, Church Music Well versed in her field ... jolly disposition .. . diligent teacher . .. appreciative ... from Canada ... delicious food . .. charm of smile and manner .. . Treble Choir director ... versatile singer.

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ROBERT EMMEL Speech

Entertaining conversationalist . 路 . . versatile . . . 路comradely . strong sense of duty ... emphasis on the spiritual life ... fastidious appearance ... gentlemanly ... vitality ... clever ... diversified interests ... original.

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Librarian Cherry Smile . . . well-groomed ... untiring church worker ... a gracious and charming manner . . . patient . . . diligent "book worm" .. . unruffied ... impartial . . . worthy . .. .confidante diplomatic.

DONALD R. DANSKIN Business Education Serious ... likeable ... thorough teacher . .. reserved ... humble ... fair-minded . .. uses the essentials to the best advantage . . . father of two . . . accuracy . . . files.

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Department EARL V. GREER Math, Physics Reserved yet friendly ... co-operative ... mischievous sparkle in his eyes ... mental keenness ... ingenuous and zestful ... high standards of scholarship ... practical soft-spoken ... music enthusiast . . . quietly obliging.

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Enthusiastic children's worker ... from Texas ... appreciative . . . slow smile . . . kind and understanding ... skillful artist .. . doting Aunt ... makes History live . . . friendliness and ease of manner.

ROBERT G. LAWRENCE Biological Science Preoccupied air .. . thorough .. . well rounded personality .. . surveys all from a scientific viewpoint ... progressive ... untiring devotion to duty ... wholesome attitudes ... rare betrayal of feelings ... gentlemanly.

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Heads ALEMETA MIZELL Home Economics Charming manner . . . excellent taste . . . unhurried ... casual ... friendly interest ... sparkling eyes ... deep appreciation of beauty.

ANNA B. LAUGHBAUM English Intelligent and capable ... original ... individualistic . . . faithful . . . consistent Christian life . . . Doctors degree ... sense of life's true values.

E. C. KNIPPERS Business Education 1dly smile . . . active ;h worker . . . genuinely ested in his students . . . todical .. . contemplative eserved ... true Christian.

VADA LEE BEARD English, Modem Language Energetic sponsor of Gospel Team . . . plays the accordian and sings ... likeable and friendly . . . reliable worker ... quick sense of humor.

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Departmen ALICE LEWIS Voice, Evangelistic Singing "God set a song upon my lips" . . . unassuming and gentle ... patience personified .. . crown of snow-white hair .. . diligent ... tenderhearted ... Christ-like life.

NAOMI DOBSON Voice Sweetness and light . . . charming hostess . . . melodious voice : . . a family mother ... friendship worth cultivating ... serenity ... music-maker and dreamer of dreams ... devoted Christian.

DUANE SMITH Voice A well filled deep with music ... a proud father ... inspiring teacher . . . sparkling wit . . . a good conversationalist ... likeable ... poised .

MARGARET DUNN Piano Serene, courteous, petite ... reserved but sweet . .. a conscientious mother and wife ... an able pianist .. . understanding ... thoughtful . . . a special look for Lester. 路

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leads MARY FLICK Piano Inspiring ... patience and fortitude ... nimble fingers ... pleasant disposition . .. considerate and thoughtfuL

RUTH TAYLOR Piano Youthful . . . energetic . . . well groomed . . . lovely smile . .. versatile pianist ... enthusiastic . . . obliging and gracious mother of the four "little women."

LLOREE CLARK Piano t and retiring . . . a good

ter . .. Joe's wife ... a homemaker .路 .. patient understanding .. . "sweet lovely" ... steadfast life.

JACK RAIRDON History Considerate teacher . . . faithful . . . dry-humor .. . clever . .. interesting . . . pursuer of the best in each day's store : . . sincere Christian.

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Department ANNA GROSSMAN Violin Lovely smile ... petite ... interesting and charming personality .. . excellent violinist ... aesthetic appreciation.

MARK R. MOORE Religion

Interesting speaker . . . lore of experiences . . . grand sense of humor . . . such interesting classes! a Texan ('nuf said) ... witty ... spiritual.

RUTH MILLER ENGLISH Deeply spiritual ... brisk and capable ... busy lady, but thorough ... firm, but gentle . . . friendly and congenial . . . two interests -her family and Africa . . . gentle expressions.

RAYMOND R. MILLER Religion Unique ... rich in Bible lore .. . fond of a good joke ... Missionary Band ... mischievous grin ... heartfelt concern for missionary work . . . tolerant . . . loves God.

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Heads HELEN FAYE WADE Speech Generous and thoughtful . . gifted speaker . . clever and witty .. attractively groomed . . determined . . dignified . . keeps an " even pulse and spirit."

JAMES C. DOBSON Art

mtemplative . . energetic . . excellent preacher . . splendid ist . . courteous and sincere . . versatile . . responsive . . Jntaneous . . appreciative

MRS. BETTY WATSON Asst. Librarian Warm personality . . charming smile . . patience . . always willing to help . . Jimmy's wife . . poised . . gets a joy out of Jiving.

Professor Fred Floyd Miss Susan Shultz Professor E. C . Hall On leaves of absence

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MRS. KATIE DRURY Dietitian Proficient manager of the dining hall ... bills, budgets 路 ... menus, orders ... hearty laugh ... happy sense of humor .. . delicious food ... dependable ... colored Petunia-the doll!

MRS . M . G . JOBE Matron

Capable mother of Jernigan Hall . . . helpful . sweet disposition ... understanding ... interestec individuals . .. ardent basketball fan . . . mothe four sons ... ideal preacher's wife ... devoted.

MARY J. SEARS Matron Motherly matron of Bud Robinson Hall . . . tenderhearted ... always willing to help her girls ... devoted grandmother ... indoor gardner .. . crochets ... patient ... impartial ... wholly devoted to God.

ELIZABETH BERESFORD Nurse Southern drawl . . . neat ... efficient . . petite . slow but cherry smile . .. busy ... sweet disposition .. . knows her medicine.

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MR. AND MRS. LOY WATSON Counselors Takes time for everyone ... wants to help ... student preacher ... one little Watson ... a happy home atmosphere .. . devoted to man and God.

GLEN McARTHUR Counselor

scientious . . . devoted Christian ... likeable . . . sh grin ... chemistry assistant ... congenial .. . 1inely interested in the campus activities ... sportsship , .. wholesome attitudes.

BOYD KIFER Counselor A perfect delight ... entertaining ... clever . .. personality . . . a boys counselor . . . evangelistic singing . . . sound thinking . . . energetic Prayer and Fasting President . . . wholly dedicated to the Lord's work.

Emmilene Messer- one of many switch board operators - who work faithfully from seven a.m . to ten-thirty p .m.

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BOOK TH路REE

Of all the schools in this fair land There's one whose narne we praise, She's founded on ideals of right To her our songs we raise: Hail to thee, our Alma J\1ater, Noble and worthwhile, Red and white stand for the light Of Bethany-Peniel. We'll work for her, we'll light for her Be loyal, brave, and true, We'll bring her fame and grace her name, In every thing we do: Hail to thee, our Alma J\1ater, Noble and worthwhile, Red and white stand for the ligl1t 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 J\1ater, Noble and worthwhile, . Red and white stand for tl1e light Of Bethany-Peniel.

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Senior

Instructed in right and truths . . . pursuing wholesom e activities ... comprehensives ... commencement ... congratulations ... Junior-Senior Banquet .. . Senior play ... Senior trip ... Pursuing a rich heritage . .. dignity .. . meeting the challenge of life ... accepting life's assignments ... the pastorate .. . mission field ... the classroom ... the home.

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Officers

Milton Parrish __ __________ ____ __ ________ President Bill Baker -------------------- ------Vice-President Mary Ellen Herrin _________ ______________ Secretary Maurine Dickerson ______________________ Treasurer

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MILTON PARRISH

MARY ELLEN HERRIN

BILL BAKER

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Hutchinson, Kans.

Alexander, Kenneth A. B., Philosophy

Self contained .. musical . . gentlemanly .. very sincere .. steadfast .. takes life seriously . . tender Christian.

Wichita, Kans.

Armstrong, Betty A. B., Math

Charming manner . . lovely smile and eyes . . a good sport . . studious . . konsuming interest, Ken .. math student . . naive . . makes a good preacher's wife.

Albuquerque, New Mex.

Armstrong, Kenneth A. B., Religion

Kansan . Blond .. clever . . Chris's right hand man ... Betty's husband Dr. Fossil's toothpaste .. minister of .the gospel . . witty . . call of God.

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Queen City, Tex.

Baker, Nova R Mus. Ed.,

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Problem solver . . sis of Wilson and Bill . . intelligent .. wholesome .. warm friendliness especial knack with Rhythm Band . . musical .. conscientious .. fnn路loving . . zealous Christian.

Baker, Charlene

Bethany, Okla. B. Mus., Voice

" Charlie" . . remarkable musical ability . . mistress of piano . . .mellifluous demure .. that certain air . : intelligent .. diligent voice .. self-confident Christian.

Queen City, Texas

Baker, Bill A . . B., Philosophy

Intriguing personality 路.. 路 nice .. sings sweetly . . Charlene's proper.ty . . Jots of red hair .. charming manner .. adaptable .. sixfooter . . dedicated Christian .

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Galena, Kans.

Beatty, June B. Mus. Ed., Public School Music

Scintilating personality . . likes to apalyze people 路. . musical . . Fine Arts Assistantship . . intelligent .. devoted church worker .. charming smile . . never an idle moment .. humble spirit.

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Shattuck, Okla . B. S. in Business Ed.

C asual drawl . . sincere .. earnest .. friendly .. unassuming .. obliging .. motherly .. merry chuckle . . sweet disposition . . consistant Christian walk.

Texarkana, Tex .

Buffington, Ralph Th B., Theology

Politeness personified .. a good writer .. quiet .. dazzling smile . . future missionary .. friendly . . always busy .. finds joy in Jiving and in serving God.

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Campbell, Waldo

Miltonvale, Kans.

A. B., Psychology German shark . . sincere . . good sense of humor .. distinctive laugh . . loud neckties . . reporter . . boyish grin .· . likeable . . steady Christian experience.

Carden, Reba

Poteau, Okla . B. S. in Home

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Quiet . . reserved .. with a preoccupied air . . quaint . . sincere . . stable .. good student .. dependable .. cute hairdos.

Carter, Earl

Tulsa; Okla.

Th B., Theology Quick stride .. sincere .. gentlemanly . . industrious . . dependable, individual· istic ideas .. musical . . class spirit . . steady Christian.

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Christensen, Valdemar, Jr.

Wichita, Kans. A. B., Chemistry

"Chris" . . swell guy .. intelligence to spare .. humble . . personality with a capital P .. the 'Echo's' guiding hand . . good sport . . genuine Christian .

Grove, Okla.

Coale, John B. S. in Business Ed.

Future teacher Prexy .. dark good looks .. charming personality (Paul says so) . . distinguished air .. poise . . courteous . preoccupied . . sincere Christian.

Couchman, Virginia

Bethany, Okla . A. B. in Speech

Entertaining contributor to many programs .. optimistic . . good-natured .. depth and strength of character . _ faithful to friend and book . . high ideals _ _ steady Christian.

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Bethany, Okla.

Cross, Elizabeth A. B., English

Sparkling eyes and gamin grin . . unusual journalistic ability . . a p.k. . . "Hank" . . dependable .. interesting conversationalist .. busy~ but seemingly unhurried . . steady Christian experience.

Bethany, Okla.

Davenport, Lillie B. S. in Home Economics

"Blondie" .. married woman .. happy-go-lucky .. hair stylist contagious laughter . . friendly . . talkative . . efficient party planner . . Christ-like attitude and humble spirit.

Bethany, Okla.

Dickerson, Maurine

A. B., English Cherry . . loyal and firm friend . . a p.k. . . good student . . companionable .. unobtrusive .. speaking countenance .. devoted to God and church.

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Ponca City, Okla.

Doing, Peggy June A. B., History

"Judy" .. song-bird of B.P.C .. . engaging smile .. habitual sunniness talks with her eyes . . determined .. victor over seemingly unsurmountable obstacles .. beloved by all .. consecrated Christian.

Mulvane, Kans.

Esther, June A. B., History

Surprisingly deep voice for such a little one . . well-groomed . . . reserved lot of fun .. cute personality . . worth cultivating .. a good friend.

Emmert, Ruth

Sherman, Texas A. B. in Speech

"Mert, friend indeed" . . sports-minded . . enthusiastic .. mischievous twinkle .. ideal roommate .. Nita's sidekick . . abundance of energy .. always ready for a "lark" . . staunch Christian.

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Faulkner, Darthymarie

Houston, Texas A. B., Psychology

"Sandy" .. distinctive air .. enviable wardrobe .. candid expression of opinion . . diminutive features . ability to organize . "monster" . . pert laugh and walk . . practical Christian ideals.

Ferguson, John

Atlanta, Texas A. B., Religion

Individualistic . . blond . . nice to talk to .. speaking eyes . . preoccupied . interesting . . moves swiftly . . courteous .. a p.k . .. walks with God.

Fry, Georgiame

Hutchinson, Kans. A. B., English

English Assistant . . winning smile . . petite . . intelligent lovely eyes . . quiet .. unassuming manner . . sincere and genuine.

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Post, Texas

Gregg, Juanita B. S. in Business Ed.

"Nita" . . outstanding sportswoman . . Squaw Prexy . . gobs of fun . . tailored wardrobe . . product of the out-of-doors . . takes things in her stride .. ability to laugh at herself . . consecrated Christian.

Bethany, Okla.

Hall, J. Walter

Th B., Theology Another redhead . . that special smile for Grace .. tall _ . sincere __ friendly .. firm, but courteous . _ serving God.

Buffalo, Mo.

Harris, Irwin A. B., Religion

Sunday School Teacher . _ firm and staunch for the right .. earnest - . friendly . . unobtrusive but sparkling personality .. a tease . . nice - . steady Christian.

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路Fort Worth, Texas

Hearn, L. M. A. B., Religion

Quiet sense of humor .. former teacher . . the thinker .. dilligent student .. earnest and sincere . . devoted Christian .

Herrin, Mary Ellen

Memphis, Tenn. A. B., Psychology

"Shorty" . . unobtrusive but vibrant personality . . one of the Little Rock Clan . . discrimination . . winsome and wistful . . serene . sturdy and fast basketball forward . . a true student . . and earnest Christian.

Little Rock, Ark.

Hightower, Neil

A. B., Religion Faithful quartet member . . Arkansawyer .. boyish smile . . not playing hard to get, just engaged .. diligent student . . a nice guy . . saunters .. coupla' nice sisters at B. P. C . .. consecrated Christian.

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Lake Charles, La.

Hoffpauir, Lois B. S. in Home Economics

" Friendship" .. twinkling eyes and lovely smile . . fun loving . . "honor girl" ... unfailing good humor .. sincerely friendly . . steady Christian .

Glasgow, Scotland

Hollingsworth, Ted A. B., History

From Scotland .. writes . . ask about his Australian memories . . loud scarfs .. ingratiating smile .. firm . . fascinating accent .. worth cultivating . . consistant Christian life.

Dennison, Ohio

Hurless, Launa A. R, Religion

Challenging speaker . . interest, H erb and Herb . . transferred from E. N. C . . . tender Christian . . feels God's call .. sincere .. earnest . . " Frum up Noth ."

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Ford, Kansas

Karns, Colleen B. S. in Business Ed.

Bangs . . often mistaken for a twin . . journalistically inclined . . future teacher . . intelligence, plus . . dependable . . quick thinking and independent . . musical . . earnest Christian.

Ford, ,Kansas

Karns, Jean B.S. in Business Ed.

The other half of a Marimb)l twosome . . practical and sensible . . sincere . one of those fortunate ones possessing brains . . future teacher . . quiet . seldom idle . . writes .. firm Christian.

Lakeland,

Knight, Marselle

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A. B. History " Red" . . student council prexy . . sincere . . keen mind and good judgment . . popular .. tall gentlemanly .. capable leader .. little nonsense now and then . . aesthetic . . , appreciation . . moving testimony . . "A true friend is the gift of God."

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Tulsa, Okla.

Ladd, Forrest

A. B., Bibical Lit. One of those redheads . . partial to brown clothes . . a brain (conservatively speaking) .. a disciple of 路 psychology .. nice sen~e of humor .. firm Christian.

Arnold, Nebr.

Lewis, Clark

A. B., Religion Married Man .. great tease .. well liked . . lots of fun . . witty .. future mis路 . sionary to Alaska .. musical .. very spiritual.

Lister, Zelma

Oklahoma City, Okla. B. Mus., Church Music

Friendly with reserve . . unusual voice .. independent thinker . . diligent student . . . casual drawl . . thoughtful . . good listener . . a loyal friend and firm \ Christian.

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Mahannah, Maurice

Conway Springs, Kans. A. B., History

"Little boy" grin .. curly top .. exclusively Wilma's .. future teacher . . unassuming .. obliging .. sincere testimony-

Mizell, Jackie

Sweetwater, Texas A. B., English

Versatile .. always a jump ahead .. dependable to the Nth degree . . well groomed . . poised . . friendly . . future teacher . . lover of the refined and unique .. gift for organization .. "And ful pleasaunt, and a amyable of port" . . consistan t living.

Winter Haven, Texas

Mortensen, James

A. B., Mathematics A prince of a fellow . . serious, with a purpose . . long, lanky, football hero .. transfer from Texas A & M . . friend to all . . warm and sincere smile . . "Quest of the Spirit."

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Bethany, Okla.

Newberry, Aaron

A. B., Mathematics Tall, quiet . . on the ball, scholastically speaking . . courteous . . musical . . someone you'd like to know better . . inspiring Christian.

Parrish, Milton

Bethany, Okla. A. B., Religion

Capable leader . . loyal . . trustworthy . . twinkling eyes . . pleasing voice . . "Watch the birdie" man . . popular .. good natured and friendly .. consistant living.

Duncan, Okla .

Parrish, Tommie

A. B., in Speech Consuming 路interests, Milton and the speech department . ~ 路in the "ball'n chain .. dramatic ability : . energetic campus worker . . purposeful . . a cer路 tain dignity .. sincere and steadfast .. testimony.

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Akron, Ohio

Parham, Ruth A. B., in Speech

Unassuming .. depth of character .. twinkling eyes .. mischievious smile .. journalistic ability .. witty .. punster .. unsuspected depths .. Judy's shadow . . devoted and living for Christ

Cleveland, Okla.

Rainbolt, Calvin A. B., Chemistry and _Math.

Witty . . dependable Echo member .. a ladies man .. all round athlete .. happy路go-lucky .. shutter路bug .. intelligent . . interesting to know .. a good friend .

Reeves, Lois

Vici, Okla . A. B., History

Addicted to bright scarfs .. chummy with her sisters . . vivacious .. excellent seamstress . . nonchalant . . good conversationalist . . genuine Christian.

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Bynumville, Mo.

Riggs, Rosetta B. S. in Home Economics

mce . . sparkling Home economics teacher . . particular . . preacher wife black eyes .. unique hair-do . . precise .. ideal preacher's wife.

Great Bend, Kans.

Riggs, Virgil A. B., Religion

Future minister . . has a lovely wife . . practical and systematic . . quick thinking . . . sincere testimony.

Robertson, James

Klondike, Texas A. B., Religion

"Jim" .. nice dependable Mr. Fixit .. cooperative .. helpful .. a true student . . determined . . thoughtful and sincere . . a diligent Christian .

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Pittsburg, Kansas

Roeber, Mildred Mus. Ed., Public School Music

" Pill" .. cute .. chic . . musical .. versatile . . pianist .. obliging .. Rhythm Band director . . individualistic .. her little girl voice .. pert .. a true friend.

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Roseland, Nebr.

Ronnekamp, George Th B. Theology

Makes those delicious rolls . . blond hair .. family man . . lovely tenor voice .. sharp sense of humor . . spontaneous chuckle . . . chronic salesman . . lives consistently.

Russell, Wendell

Dallas, Texas A. B., Mathematics

A nice guy . . sparkling personality .. loyalty . . exuberant . dependable . always smiling .. gets a "bang" out of life .. a loyal friend and firm Christian.

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Renfro, Okla.

Schuneman, Don A. B., Mathematics

Tall, favors the color red .. a farmer .. Millie's man .. nonchalant air .. dry humor .. athletic . more-fun! .. staunch Christian.

Shreffler, Charles

Sapulpa, Okla . A. B., Religion

A diligent student . . interesting speaker . . very sincere . . sportsminded . . well-groomed .. casual manner .. Sunday School worker .. devoted Christian.

Wichita, Kans.

Smith, William A. B., Mathematics

"Biil" .. clever .. other half of Smith and Rainbolt Inc .. . Outstanding sense of humor .. likeable .. gentlemanly qualities .. rnan路about-town .. wholesome attitude toward life.

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Bethany, Okla.

Snell, James B. S. in Business Ed.

Musical . . capable Church leader . . a business head .. controlled sense of humor .. a rather preoccupied air .. very friendly . . deeply spiritual.

Thompson, Lewis

Pine Bluff, Ark. B. Mus., Church Music

M. C . of the dining hall .. one of them quartet boys .. charmin' smile .. another Arkansawyer .. loves to tease . . a definite sense of humor .. enjoys life and people .. sincerely consecrated .

Timm, Pearl

Carthage, Mo. B. S. in Home Economics A. B., Psychology

Air of mystery and distinction . . poise plus . . lovely wardrobe . . distinctive . hairdos .. eye-catching walk .. busy lady .. well-read . . undisturbed, unruffled exterior . . wholesome attitude toward life.

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Traeger, Mary Louise

Little Rock, Ark. A. B., Religion

"Peanut" . . from Arkansas and proud of it .. sense of humor . . original . clever aitd witty .. one of those redheads . . remarkable versatility with pen . . unsuspected depths . . staunch Christian.

Hutchinson, Kans.

Unruh, Ramon B. Mus., Voice

The popcorn man . . interesting conversationalist .. melodious voice .. heartwarming smile .. intriguing personality . . adaptable Christlike attitude and humble spirit.

San Antonio, Texas

Vaughan, Doris B. Mus., Piano

Pert, and likeable .. piano hands .. Old South waistline .. happy-go-lucky fun loving . . devoted wife . . obliging accompanist . . finds joy in living.

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Wade, Lettie

Abilene, Texas A. B., Religion

Engaging dimple . . enthusiastic children's worker .. cherry smile . . efficient .. future missionary .. conscientious student .. an artistic ability .. reliable friend . . hearty laugh . . consecrated.

Warren, Winnie

Bethany, Okla. A. B., English

Quiet . . exclusive . . serene . . someone you would like to know better lovely dark hair . . future teacher . . unassumi~g . genuinely sincere.

Watson, Loy

Fort Smith, Ark. A. B., Religion ,

Dorm "Papa" .. friendly and courteous . . interesting preacher .. conscientious .. kind .. congenial .. purposeful .. steady .. Christian experience.

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junior The foundations of dignity ... proud of being uppercla: men . .. touch of sophsitication .. . sympathy for ar interest in each other .. . busy with class activity .. Junior-Senior Banquet ... Junior trip . .. class functic ... consecrated intelligent service for Christ ... searche for the right ... sincere in purpose.

PROFESSOR RAIRDON

PEGGY HALL

HAROLD MORGAN

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Jffice rs lson Baker ________ ___ __________________ President

rold Morgan -------- ---------------- Vice-President s Duffey _________ __ ____ ___ ____ _________ Secretary

;gy Hall -- - ------- - ---------------------Treasurer

:n McArthur ____ __ ____ __ __ _Council Representative

,fessor Rairdon ________ ___ _______ _________ Sponsor

\짜ILSON BAKER

AVIS DUFFEY

GLEN McARTHUR

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Adkins, Doris, Guthrie, Okla . Baker, Wanda, Helena, Okla. Baker, Wilson, Queen City, Texas Baldwin, Oliver, Palacios, Texas

Ball, Mabel , Wichita, Kansas Ballard, Albert, Sulphm Springs, Texas Bean, Joe, Duncan;Oklahoma

Bebout, Mathilda, Henryetta, Okla .

Bell, Louise, El Dorado, Kansas Bergen, Richard, JVlcPherson, Kansas Blake, Juanita, Quanah, Texas

Blankenship, Harold, Denison, Tex;

Brakebill, Ray, Little Rock, Ark. Bloodworth, George, Alma, Okla. Brandt, Dean, Topeka , Kansas

Braswell, Audrey, Cariizo Springs, 1

Party must have been a success I

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Brazelton, \ V. \ V., San Angelo, Texa s Brown, Odis, Marquette, Kansas Bruce, Robert, Higgins, Texas Brunson, Glenn, Ha stings, Ncb .

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Leonard, Bethany, Okla .

Cantrell, Bailel, West Helena , r\rk. Carden, Leo, Poteau, Okla . Cargill, George, Fillmore. Okla.

Carl, l\laxene, Little Rock, Ark. Carlson, Irene, Bethanv, Okla . Carter, James, Sapu lpa, Okla. Carter, Ruth, Sapu lpa, Okla .

:ason, Fred, Ivl uskogee, Okla. Clark, Joseph, Staunton, Ind . Clav, Pegg1路, Baytown, Texas Clegg, Dulan, Fort Worth , Texas

"Moon "-light and Roses

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Clem, Douglas, Fort Scott, Kans. Coleman, Woodie, Bethany, Okla. Collins, Carl, Arapaho, Okla . Conrad, Ernest, Wichita, Kans.

Coppock, Bonnie, Coffeyville, Kans. Cordell, Joe, Beebe, Ark. Covell, Lawrence, Pittsburg, Kans. Cozby, Adalene, Lawton, Okla.

Crawford, Lively, Drumright, Okla. Crilly, Dorothy, Bethany, Okla . Cross, Henry, Oklahoma City, Okla. Davenport, Lee, Bethany, Okla.

Davis, Bob, Carthage, Mo. Dodd, Charles, Vivian, La. Dole, Elizabeth, Omaha, Neb. Duffey, Avis, Bowdon, Ga.

Is there an especial knack to it, Earlene? ... the photographer likes mirrors too?

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Ellis, J. W., Charleston, West Va. Emmert, H. C., Sherman, Texas Flick, Willis, Martinsboro, West Va. Floyd, John, Bethany, Okla.

lin, Paul, Frederick, Okla. 'ulton, C . C., Dallas, Texas George, Betty, Waurika, Okla. Garber, Emma, Oklahoma City, Okla.

ill, Mary, Bethany, Okla. Girard, Margaret, EJ Reno, Okla . Godkin, Forest, Port Arthur, Texas Grant, Chad, Grand Saline, Texas

Green, Henry, Terrell, Texas Croff, Anna Ruth, Iberia, Missouri Guy, Marion, Paola, Kans. Hale, Mildrene, Shawnee, Okla .

The Home Ec. Club meets Mrs. Cantrell. Charming ladies-

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Haley, Iva Dell, Roswell, New Mexico Hall, David, McPherson, Kansas Hall, Peggy, San Benito, Texas Hardin, Dewey, Muskogee, Okla.

Harris, Earlene, Bethany, Okla. Harrison, Jack, Southgate, Calif. Henderson, Margaret, Crowley, La. Heneger, Clarence, Norman, Okla.

Herrick, Walter, Johnson , Kans. Hickey, Ruth, McPherson, Kans. Haag, Virginia, Bethany, Okla.

Hodges, Marion, Overland Park, Kans.

Hoffpauir, Audrey, Lake Charles, La . Holland, Cameron, Bethany, Okla. Hollis, Robert, Chickasha, Okla . Howerton, Norman, Perkins, Okla.

Queen ferry, Lady Fern, Lady Margaret

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Human, Barbara, Stillwater, Okla. Jared, Ralph, Ada, Okla. Kifer, Boyd, Muskogee, Okla . Knippers, Lora L., Lawrenceburg, Tenn . ._

Knull, Thurman, Grand Saline, Texas Krigbaum, Naomi, Bethany, Okla. Largo, James, Bethany, Okla . Law, Lucille, Duquain, Kans.

Law, Richard, Hutchinson, Kans. Ledbetter, Vernon, Bethany, Okla. Lee, Jack, Brookhaven, Miss. Lee, Ouida, Brookhaven, Miss.

Lee, Pauline, Chandler, Okla. Lemmons, Roy, Bethany, Okla. Lorette, Bernard, Bethany, Okla. Loughridge, William, Wister, Okla .

Everyone believes in Santa Claus young and old.

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Lunn, Mervel, Kansas City, Mo. Lynch, W. M ., Denison, Texas McArthur, Glenn, Mangum, Okla. McCall, Charles, Luflin, Texas

McGill, Van, Carmi, Illinois Marsh, Archie, Austin, Colo. Matson, Billy, Midl;;md, Texas Matson, Ruby, Houston, Texas

Milburn, Charles, Conroe, Ark. Mizell, Dale Marie, Sweetwater, Texas Morgan, Harold, Ft. Smith, Ark. Morrison, Thelma, Okla. City, Okla.

Moulton, Ralph, Calquitte, Ga . Mullins, Travis, Camden, Ark. Nash, Betty, Winfield, Kans. Newcomb, Margie, McKinney, Te~

Those talented A Cappella members!

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hsfeldt, Grace, Houston, Texas Overholt, Elbert, Newton, Kans. Overholt, Elva Ellen, Newton, Kans. Pittenger, Claude, Chickasha , Okla.

Pitts, Dorothy, Wilmore, Kentucky Pollard, Kenneth, Bethany, Okla. Price, Kenneth, McPherson, Kans. Reed, Velma, Bethany, Okla.

Reep, Kathleen, Neodesha, Kans. Reeves, Juanita, Vici, Okla. Rhodes, Oneta, Abernathy, Texas Roach, Douglas, Dallas, Texas

brugh, Elvin, Rockville, Mo. Rose, Martha, Oklahoma City, Okla. Rosfeld, Dorothy, Lake Charles, La. Rowlett, Louise, Nacogdoches, Texas

Merry Christmas, Arrow staff!

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Rowlett, Marie, Nacogdoches, Texas Scott, Herbert, Tulsa, Okla. Scott, Miriam, Miami, Florida Shoulders, Jack, O'Donnell, Texas

Smith, Wallace, Shawmut, Ala. Spinks, Lauris, Shreveport, La. Stevens, Wayman, Bethany, Okla. Sugg, Wilma, Colorado Springs, Colo .

Sullivan, Evelyn, Bethany, Okla. Sutton, Geraldine, Baton Rouge, La . Tyler, Katherine, Sapulpa, O~la. Taylor, Lloyd, Shreveport, La .

Thompson, Richard, Alexandria, La . Vanderlinde, Betty, Yukon, Okla. Walker, Irene, Bethany, Okla . Ward, Virginia, Bethany, Okla.

Nancy and " Mister" 路watch Aunt Anne.

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Watson, James, Bethany, Okla. Watson, Larry, Longview, Texas Weiss, Constance, Enid, Okla. Wiggs, Frances, Jonesboro, Ark.

Whitley, Betty Wiley, Herbert, Bethany, Okla . Wilson, Donald, Parnell, Mo. 路""'

Wood, Margaret, Bethany, Okla .

Wooten, Charlene, Bethany, Okla . Wooten, Dorothy, Bethany, Okla.

The Juniors should be proud of the "Magnificient Obsession" Cast.

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Sophomore A versatile class . .. "savages" . .. carefree ... energetic in each activity . .. responsive ... a unified group with a class spirit . . . determined and united in aim . . . aggressive ... amiable fun-loving .. . conscious of new responsibilities . .. inspirational prayer meetings.

PROF. EMMEL

NORMA HILTON

JOHN GARDNER

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Officers Jack Armold _____ ____ ____ ____ ____________ President Richard Law --------- --- --- - -------Vice-President Norma Hilton __________ ________ _________ Secretary

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Gerre Parker ------- ---------------------Treasurer John Gardner _______________________ Council Rep. Prof. Emmel ___________ __________________ Sponsor

JACK ARMOLD

GERRE PARKER

RICHARD LAW

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Adams, Eugene, Bethany, Okla. Akers, Beulah, Hooker, Okla . Alexander, Lawrence, Jacksonville, Texas Allison, Robert, Topeka, Kansas

Alsobrook, McRichcy, Amarillo, Texas Andrew,

J. C., Bethany, Okla .

Andrews, George, R_oyersford, Penn. Armold, Jack, Oklahoma City, Okla .

Arnold, \Vinola, Monument, Kansas Armstrong, Vestal, Albuquerque, New Mexico Bacher, Archie, Blackwell, Okla. Baldwin, Dean, Wister, Okla .

Baldll'in, Howard, Palacios, Texas Baldwin, Jack, Beaumont, Texas Baldwin, J. \V., Bethany, Okla. Beaver, Doris, Bethany, Okla.

If you doi1't think they are savages-

__just ask the Frosh l

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Birdwell, James, Mercedes, Texas Birdwell, Leo, Mercedes, Texas Birdwell, Theo, Mercedes, Texas Bockmann, Fern, Aurora, Neb.

Bohannon, Raymond, St . Louis, Illinois Bohannan, \Villiam, San Benito, Texas Bolerjack, R. T., Independence, Kans. Bright, Hugh, EJ Reno, Okla .

Briscoe, Birdie, Kaw City, Okla. Brown, Geron, Bethany, Okla. Brown, Lecil, Searcy, Arkansas Brown, Richard, Grannis, Arkansas

Brummett, Bob, Shattuck, Okla. Burney, Murrell, Oklahoma City, Okla. Cantrell, Alma Dean, West Helena, Ark. Carroll, Robert, Heavener, Okla .

Looks like hay rides might be ...

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Chandler, Geneva, J:Iouston, Texas Chapman, Pearl, Harrah, Okla. Cheek, Edith, Bethany, Okla . Cheveallier, Pauline, Olla, La.

Cook, Pauline, Hot Springs, Ark. Cooper, Leon, Melrose, New Mex. Cornelius, Wanda, Altus, Okla. Damewood, Alice, Coffeyville, Kan:

Dardon, Mary, Bethany, Okla. Davidson, Orin, Oswego, Kans. Davis, Carolyn, Kansas City, Mo. Davis, Floyd, Kansas City, Mo.

Davis, J. E., Brady, Texas Dodson, Wilbur, Houthorne, Nevada Dorough, Janil, Bowie, Texas

Dougharty, Wilburn, Beaumont, 1

Dr. Strang, remember yom dignity!

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1dney, B. L., Texarkana, Texas Emmert, Thurman, Wellington, Texas Emrich, Robert, Miltonvale, Kans. Eudaley, Malcolm, Freeport, Texas

1irestone, Orville, McAlester, Okla. Gardner, Johnny, Meade, Kansas Ganett, Carl, Tulsa, Okla. George, Cantley, LaVilla, Texas

;holson, Lawrence, Bivins, Texas Gilbert, James, Dallas, Texas Gilbert, Ronald Ed., Dallas, Texas Gilham, Thomas, Ft. Smith, Ark.

Grant, Dwain, Melrose, New Mexico Grant, Dwight, Melrose, New Mexico Hall, Guy, Camarillo, Calif. Hall, Leonard, Stillwater, Okla.

Where is "Miss Kate Pennoger," Prof?

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Harlan, Glendena, Blackwell, Okla. Harper, Harold, Bethany, Okla. Harper, Paul, Hoxie , Kansas Harris, Hubert, Granette, Ark.

Harris, Norma Jean, Bethany, Okla. Harris, Pauline, Hot Springs, Ark. Harrison, Charles, Mabelvale, Ark. Harrison, Travis, Bethany, Okla .

I leap, Harlan , El Dorado, Kansas Hendrix, Paul, Quanah , Texas Herndon, Al va, 1\1/ay, Oklahoma Hicks, Arlin, Oklahoma City, Okla .

Hightower, Hazel, Little Rock, Ark. Hillery, Lee, Russell, Springs, Kans. Hillery, Vivian, Russell Springs, Kans. Hilton, Norma, Houston, Texas

Notice! the band is there too!

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Hoffpauir, Wilma, Lafayette, La . Hogan, Emma Jean, Pine Bluff, Ark. Hoover, Daniel, Illinois 路Bend, Texas Hopkins, Evelene, Chandler, Okla.

Hopkins, Phyllis, Udall, Kansas Houghtling, Gene, San Benito, Texas Ingle, Junella, Antlers, Oklal10ma Issacs, R. I 1., Bethany, Okh1.

Jenkins, Luther, Columbia, South Carolina Jennings, Paul, Kosse, Texa s Johnson, Archie, Bethany, Oklahoma Johnson, Johnnie, No. Little Rock, Ark.

Jones, Bess, Hamlin , Texas Kannady, Robert, Collinsville, Okla. Kedy, C. A., Bethany, Okla. Ketchum , Marinell, Long Beach, Calif.

Time : Mountain Dew Place : Sophomore, Tennessee Occasion: Uniting Martins and Coys

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King, Earl, Bethany, Okla . Knippers, Carolyn, Little Rock, Ark. Knippers, Shural, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Knippers, Harold, Lawrenceburg, Ter

Knull, Zelia, Newport, Nebraska Kounter, Ivan, Coffeyville, Kansas Kutchka, Betty, Conroe, Texas Ladman, Elsie, Sther, Mo.

Lasater, Patricia, Oklahoma City, Okla. Laws, Bill, Glen Cave, Texas Laws, Eileen, Wichita Falls, Texas Lawson, Chester, Lexington, Texas

Lester, Howard, York, Nebraska Lewis, Bill, Duncan, Oklahoma Light, Darlene, Bethany, Okla. Lindley, Beulah, Del Rio, Texas

Polly kisses the hatchetthe dramatics club could use this.

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Charles, Bethany, Okla.

Locke, Gerald, Dallas, Texas Long, Dorothy, Bethany, Okla. McAllaster, Wendell, Tribune, Kans.

:lelland, Gayle, Burrton, Kansas

McClure, James, Mineral Wells, Texas McCombs, Fuller, Enid, Oklahoma McLain, Mariglyn, Bethany, Oklahoma

Makes Cry, Albert, Ponca City, Oklahoma Maney, Ruth, Burkbumett, Texas Mann, Stephen, Medford, Oklahoma Martin, Tomie, Searcy, Ark.

eador, Douglas, Borger, Texas Meador, Vcrmcll, Borger, Texas Messer, Emmilenc, Tulsa, Oklahoma Middleton, James, Woodbine, K;ms.

The Soph Prexy bmies the hatchet

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Miller, Wendell, Bethany, Oklahoma Minyard, Mildred, Portales, New Mex. Moor, June Lee, Perkins, Oklahoma Moore, Donna, Phoenix, Arizona

Moore, Juanita, Effinghani, Illinois Morrisett, Wanda, Muskogee, Oklahoma Moss, Clyde, Bethany, Oklahoma Motley, Eric, Carthage, Mo.

Nee! , Edna, Beatrice, Nebraska Nelson, Daisy, Punta Gorda , Florida Newcomb, Don, Sulpher, La .

Oakes, Winifred, San Benito, Texa:

Oliver, Laverne, Houston, Texas Orndoff, Patricia, Layetteville, Ark. Osborne, Adrian, Satanta, Kansas Parker, Cerre, Grand Island, Neb.

The beginning of the end-

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Parkhurst, Mildred, Woodward, Oklahoma Perkins, Mary Alice, Yukon, Oklahoma Perryman, John, Brownfield, Texas Phillips, Mary, Hutchinson , Kansas

Pierce, Douglas, Bethany, Okla. Porter, William, Houston, Texas Reeves, Ruthene, Vice, Oklahoma Reneau, Clifford, Chalsea, Okla.

Robertson, Cora, Perry, Oklahoma Robinson, Charles, \Vaco, Texas Rollins, Kenneth, Bethany, Oklahoma Sanders, Joseph, Arcadia, La.

Sayes, Dorothy, Muskogee, Okla . Sayes, Howard, Shreveport, La. Scarberry, Vivian, Wellington , Texas Schardein, Charles, Partridge, Kans.

Recipe for Soph-Frosh Party: Savages (Frosh or Sophs? ) Civilization

Food

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Schauer, Leola, Bethany, Okla. Scofield, Genelle, Amarillo, Texas Search, Ira, Columbus, Ohio Shaffer, Garland, Seminole, Okla.

Singletary, Robbie, Orange, Texas Smith, Naomi, Tahoka, Texas Sooter, Jack, Sarcoxie, Mo. Starks, Marjorie, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Stearman, Sam, Knowles, Oklahoma Stephens, Edna, Conway, Ark. Sutton, Geraldine, Baton Rouge, La. Stewart, Vera, Topeka, Kans.

Swim, Marilyn, Kansas City, Mo. Terry, Glen, Mission , Texas Thomas, Euline, Bethany, Okla . Thomason, George, Bethany, Okla.

Profs practicing what they teach

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Thompson, Kathleen, Overton, Texas Timm, Velma, Carthage, Mo. Tombaugh, Glen, Minden, Neb . Tucker, Jimmy, Claremore, Okla .

1er, Jacqueline, Temple, Texas Twining, Eugene, Elk City, Kansas Upchurch, vVinston, Queen City, Texas Vanderlinde, Philip, Long Pine, Neb.

Vandivcrc, Virginia, O'Donnell, Texas Van Dvnc, I !den, Independence, Kans. Vaughan, Fred, Pine Bluff, Ark. \ Va de, Lawrence, Abilene, Texas

cer, Winnie, Konawa , Okla . Wassom, Betty, Bethany, Okla. Wassom, Earl, Ponca City, Okla . Watson, Elizabeth, Fort Worth, Tex.

You have a right to be proud of them , gentlemen.

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White, Billie K., Muskogee, Okla. Whitener, James, Dalton, Georgia Williams, Calvin, Donalsonville, Ga. Williams, Herbert, Donalsonville, Ga.

Wilson, Virginia, Houston, Texas Wood, Elton, Dalhart, Texas Wrestling, Charles, Bethany, Okla. Wright, Ralph, Bethany, Okla .

Yarbrough, Ruth, Chicago, Illinois Yates, Doris, Amarillo, Texas

The Frosh class . officers are leading the line to sl Sophs that there are no hard feelings.

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Sophomore Initiation Varties

tiation Day was a day of fun and laughter for most sophomores. e high spot of the initiation chapel was furnished by the sopho're class when Dr. Jack Armold cleaned his patient, Donald Jore, by smashing a cherry pie over his gleaming pan. Then :y shook hands as a symbol of unbroken friendship between : two classes.

at evening the sophomores entertained with the enaction of : "Martins and the Coys." The feud ended with the wedding Grace Martin and Henry Coy.

1e sophomores honored the frosh class Friday evening, Septemr 26, as the initiation drew to a conclusion with a reception lowing a program in the Fine Arts auditorium. If you heard ~ weepings and wailings of sorrow by the sophomores that evetg it was just because the little casket containing the hatchet s being borne down the aisle by the pallbearers.

All is forgiven! Jack mourns the "dead" -the hatchet

The pallbearers place the casket on the stage

"I Do's" are said by Grace Martin and Henry Coy

The dignified sophs entertain the frosh

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Freshmen

A lively class . .. hearty fun . .. eager to learn ... prayer meetings . . . aspiration to become Sophomores . . . devoted to God . . . "clean up" ... "We build the ladder by which we rise from the lowly earth to the vaulted skies.''

THE MILLERS

BERNICE MILLER

PECK JONES

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Officers onald Moore __ __________________________ President ~ck

Jones ----------- - - - - - ----- - -----Vice-President

::mice Miller ----------------------------- Secretary orma Snyder -----------------------------Treasurer wight Dole ________ ______________ _____ Council Rep. he Millers ________ ___________ ___ _____ _____ Sponsors

NORMA SNYDER

DWIGHT DOLE

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Alexander, Nina, Hutchinson, Kansas Allison, Martha, Morrilton , Arkansas Anderson, Jean,' Atlanta, Georgia Attaway, Charles, Bethany, Oklahc

Atwood, Alvin, Alexandria, La . Atwood, Jimmy, Akxandria, La. Bailey, Elizabeth, Cameron, New Mexic Barr, Glenna Dell, Galena, Kansas

Bass, Dale, Dixon, Nebraska Behannon, Cathryn, Houston, Texas '

Benson, Lavonia, Grassland, Texas Bilyeu, Ila Crace, Stillwater, Okla.

Biscoe, Woody, Phoenix, Arizona Blanchard, Lottie, New Orleans, La. Bohannon, Luther, Odessa, Texas Bolerjack, Francis, Meade, Kans.

The official beginning of a new adventure for Harold.

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Borchers, Ruth, Orlando, Okla. Brandon, Ruth, Bartlesville, Okla. Brown, Naomi, Bethany, Okla . Brown, Richard, El Reno, Okla.

Brown, Vivian, Bethany, Okla . Browning, Joan, Bethany, Okla. Brummett, Robert, Shattuck, Okla. Burke, Agnes,Carl function, Mo.

Butler, Renee, Albany, Okla . Campbell, Richard, Nowata, Okla . Carlisle, Harold, Temple, Texas Carroll, Billy, Heavener, Okla.

Chalmers, Lawrence, Eldorado, Kans . Chambers, Eunice, Donalsonville, Ga. Clegg, Loretta, Longview, Texas Clegg, Nita, Rotan, Texas

Yes, it is a momentous decision'

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Clem, Virginia, Fort Scott, Kans. Colby, Daniel, Garden City, Kans. Commons, Vesta, Hutchinson, Kans. Cook, Pauline, Hot Springs, Ark.

Cox, Tommye June, Fort Worth, Texas Crenshaw, Don, Stillwater, Okla. Crandell, Charles, Mendon, Mo. Crouch, Viola, Alxin, Texas

Cunningham, Esther, Henryetta, Okla. Davis, Thurman, Chickasha, Okla . Davis, \Vayman, Pearl, Texas Dickens, Joe, Conway, Ark.

Dillard, Bill, Tahoka, Texas Dimond, Minnie, Bethany, Okla. Dole, Dwight, Omaha, Nebraska Donoho, Edward, Floyd, Texas

Meeting th e First Lady of B. P. C.

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Dougharty, Helen, Sivells Bend, Texas Downs, Ralph , Ferriay, La. Draper, Bill, Queen City, Texas Duke, Margaret, Amarillo, Texas

)yer, Bettie, Roswell, New 1\/exico Easley, Rebecca, Oklahoma City, Okla. Elam, Johnm路, Duncan, Okla. Emmert, Ervin , Texola, Oklahoma

Evans, Geraldine, Westlake, La . Evans, M ary, San Benito, Texas Everhart, Floyd, Ness City, Kans. Fant, Bernice, Texarkana, Texas

Farr, Audrey, Texarkana, Texas Fauver, Mary, San Antonio, Texas Fechner, John, Shattock, Oklahoma Fletcher, Jerry, Lake Charles, La.

Don't cheat her, fames

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Foster, Bonnie, Cleo Springs, Oklahoma Foster, James, Bethany, Oklahoma Franklin, Roy, Ford, Kansas Franzen, Rubena, Burns, Kansas

Frey, Kenneth, Newton, Kansas Fudge, Mary, Shawnee, Okla. Garber, Bill, Galena; Kansas Garber, Bud, Galena, Kansas

Garrett, Virjeane, Bethany, Okla. Garsee, Jarrell, Tuttle, Okla. Gilley, Marvin, Nash, Okla. Gilham, Jeannean, Blackwell, Okla.

Gladney, Ernest, Bethany, Okla . Glaze, Harold, Little Rock, Ark. Goode, Loyce, Alvin, Texas Graves, Imogene, Hardesty, Okla.

It' s good for the hgtlre, girls!

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Gray, Robert, Compton, Calif. Green, Yuonne, Augusta, Kans. Hakes, Robert, Onondaga, Mich . Hale, Jon Alice, Atuka, Okla.

Hale, June, Tulsa, Okla. Halford, Marie, Ada, Okla. Hammerstrom, LeRoy, Omaha, Neb. Hammon, Jeanne, Okla . City, Okla.

Harper, Helen, Bethany, Okla. Harrell, Charles, Little Rock, Ark. Harrison, Dean, Weslaco, Texas Hawkins, Maurine, Emporia, Kans.

-Iaworth, Bonnie, Houston, Texas Hayes, Nadene, Bethany, Okla . Haygood, Robbie, Lufkin, Texas Herrick, James, Eunice, New Mexico

Obedient stooges ...

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Hightower, Jean, Little Rock, Arkansas Hill, Dorothy, Norman, Okla. Hillery, Wilma, Russell Springs, Kans. Hocker, Louise, Hasan, Texas

Hoffpauir, Helen, Lake Charles, La . Hogan, Emma Jean, Pine Bluff, Ark. Holland, Zane, Craig, Mo. Hollis, Faye, Little Rock, Ark.

Hoover, Louise, Overland Park, Kans. Hoover, Myrtle, Illinois Bend, Texas Horton, Donald, Carnegie, Okla . Howland, Geneva, Woodward, Ok

Hutchinson, James, Cameron, New Mexico !mel, Evelyn, Lawrence, Kans. Issacs, Mildred, Bethany, Okla. Jameson, Phyllis, Geary, Okla.

Most enthusiastic chapel of the yea r

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Iantz, Naomi, Bethany, Okla . Johnson, Milton, Hamlin, Texa s Johnson, Wayne, Sweetwater, Texas Jones, Betty, Kansas City, Mo.

Jones, Charles, Lufkin, Texas Jones, Orville, Clarksdale, Miss .

Kee, Velma, Electra, Texas Keeton, Burl, Austin, Texas

edy, Iva, Hooker, Okla . Keplinger, Kenneth, Elk City, Okla . Kerston, Myron, Percival, Iowa Kilpatrick, Raymond, Skiatook, Okla .

rby, Glen, Kansas City, Mo. Knippers, Ruth, Many, La. Knudson , Bonnie, South Sioux, Neb. Knudson , Russell, Sioux City, Iowa

ey Don , we didn't know you were so fond of goats!

Kruse, Carl, Bethany, Okla. Laing, Keith, Lubbock, Texas Lawrence, Doris, Bethany, Okla . Lee, Frances, Brownfield, Texas

Liles, Harold, Wister, Okla. Luther, Mary F. Many, La . Lynn, Melva, Ralston, Okla . McBee, Joseph, Wichita Falls, T<

McClelland, Robert, Hutchinson, Kans. McKay, Victoria, Shreveport, La. Main, Gerald, Vici, Okla. Manning, Minnie, Bowie, Texas

Mason, Lewis, Ardmore, Okla. Massey, Charles, Norman, Okla. Mecum, Elaine, Kinsley, Kans. Meek, Lester, Orange, Texas

Get to work farrell-it's a long line.

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Mewes, Evelyn, Fairbury, Neb. Miller, Bernice, Stillwater, Okla. Miller, Mary, Bethany, Okla. Miller, Ruth, Bethany, Okla.

Moore, Donald, Phoenix, Arizona Moore, Johnnie, McLean, Texas Moore, Myrtle, Hill City, Kans. Moore, Virgie, Borger, Texas

Jre, Bill, Dallas, Texas Morgan, Opal, Wister, Okla. Moyer, Velma, Kilgore, Texas Mullenax, Levina, Lees' .Summit, Mo.

ns, George, Clarksville, Ark.

V!yers, Doris, Kansas City, Mo. Neal, Robert, Bethany, Okla. Neuenschwander, Doris, Stidham, Okla.

Grandmother, what a big mouth you have

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Newcomb, Don, Sulphur, La. Newman, June, foplin, Mo. Newman, Shirley, fop/in , Mo. Owens, Donald, fop/in , Mo.

Paden, Mary, Omaha, Neb. Pagan, E. C. Stroud, Okla. Passons, Kenneth, B_orger, Texas Patterson, Ruth, Abernathy, Texas

Payne, Robert, Bethany, Okla. Pazarzis, Francis, New Orleans, La. Posey, Gwendolyn, Mena, Ark. Powell, Austin, Osage, Okla.

Powers, Betty, Henryetta, Okla. Prentice, Genelle, El Dorado, Ark. Prouse, Adeline, Wichita, Kans. Proffit, 1\larvin, Portland, Colo.

Could turkey and pumpkin pie

have anything to do witl

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Prouse, Darlene, Golden, Colo. Purdy, Randall, Okla. City, Okla. Rakes, James, Borger, Texas Ramick, Nelda, El Dorado, Ark.

Randle, A. C., Port Acres, Texas Redman, W ilda, Mound City, Mo. Reed, Eugene, Pine Bluff, Ark. Reed, Gladys, Carthage, Mo.

Reynolds, Mary, Ca rthage, Mo. Robinson, Madelle, Weatherford, Texas Robison, June, Lawrence, Kans. Robers, Homer, Coffeyville, Kans.

Rogers, Mary, Tampa, Florida Rogers, Marga rette, Bethany, Okla. Roper, W anda, Lawton, Okla. Rose, Ruth , Liberal, Kans.

Moonlight serenade ..

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Runyon, Francis, Grinnell, Kans. Samuelson, Sally, Eureka Springs, Ark. Sarras, Helen, Oklahoma City, Okla. Saville, Robert, Wichita, Kans.

Scofield, Lois, Amarillo, Texas Shoefee, Mary, Bethany, Okla . Shore, Marion, Norwich, Kans. Showalter, Emerson, Norborne, M

Sinden, Herbert, Uhrichsville, Ohio Sloan, Nita, Stillwa ter, Okla . Smith, lola, Denver, Colo. Smith, Marie, Wichita, Kans.

Smith, Paul, Czar, West Va. Snowbarger, Marvin, Dodge City, Kans. Snyder, Carl, Overland Park, Kans. Snyder, Norma Jean, Kansas City,

Inspiring background for ball, boysor hadn't you noticed?

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:nyder, Bill, Overland Park, Kans. S.onnevik, Milton, Stavdnger, Norway Spencer, Wanda, Midwest City, Okla. Spinks, Leota, Bethany, Okla.

Stalling, Harvey, Jonesboro, Ark. Stanley, Joy Dee, Mooreland, Okla . Steele, Claude, Sherman, Texas Stroman, Bill , Olmita, Texas

1cker, Roscoe, Higgins, Texas Sturman, Ina Ruth , Norman, Okla . Sullivan, Tibbelean, Pine Blufl, Ark. Sullivan, Wesley, Longview, Texas

Swan, Eleanor, Sapulpa, Okla. Taylor, Nell, Bethany, Okla. Thomas, George, Baresville, Ark. Thomas, James, Stilwell, Okla .

Professors have their ofl moments too-

eh Prof. Sonnevik?

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Thomason, Bonnie, Bethany, Okla. Timms, Troy, Marlow, Okla. Toepfer, James, Kingfisher, Okla. Tomlinson, Bonnie, Guymon, 01

Trager, Vinita, Little Rock, Ark. Tritten, David, Bethany, Okla . Trower, Robert, Clovis, New Mexico Turner, Leslie, Cleo Springs, Okh

Tyler, William, Brookston, Texas Upchurch, Avaneal, Queen City, Texas Waggoner, J. T., San Antonio, Texas Walden, Ernest, Ulysses, Kans.

Watts, Geneva, Calumet, Okla . West, John T., Lexington, Okla . Westbrook, Jacqueline, Bethany, Okla. Whybrew, Robert, Alton, Kans.

Mrs. Jobe' s fashion plates.

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' illey, Lavelle, Bethany, Okla. Willey, Yerlene, Bethany, Okla. W illiams, Ruth, Many, La . Williams, Phyllis, Edmond, Okla.

Williamson, June, Oklahoma City, Okla. Wilson, Dean, Little Rock, Ark. Wood, l'vlarjorie, Bethany, Okla. \Voods, Arston, Nacoma, Okla.

Woodsmall, Jimmy, Berryville, Ark. W right, Joel , Pineland, Texas Yeatman, Hazel, Fargo, Okla.

: Charlie taught this memorable lecture on the

1ity to Prof. Mark when he was a student too.

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Second Asm ussen, David, Sioux City, Iowa Asmussen, Virginia, Sioux City, Iowa Attaway, Vurl, Bethany, Okla . Baldwin, Gloria, Blanchard, Ok;

Barrett, Betty, Mason, Texas Cate, Mildred, Sacramento, Calif. Crawford, Tillman, Tulsa, Okla. Dempsey, David, Conway, Ark.

Diffee, Joe, Littl~ Rock, Ark. Elkins, Jacquita, Tulsa, Okla . Fetters, Bob, Watonga, Okla. France, Jean, New Philadelphia,

Gilham, Frances, Bethany, Okla . Grant, Mavis, Grand Island, Neb. Hamilton, Jimmy, Hays, Kansas

Harrison, Elizabeth, Bethany, Okl

Just plain "board!"

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Semester Heck, Don Ell, Fort Worth , Texas Hudson, Bill, Tulsa, Okla. Huff, John W ., Shawnut, Ala . Huff, Robert, Shawnut, Ala.

;:s,

Dick, Port Arthur, Texas

Johnston, R. W . Socarro, New Mexico Kellogg, Doroth y, Guthrie, Okla . Lockhart, W illiam , Springdale, Ark.

Megason, Philip, Henderson, Texas Mills, John, Little Rock, Ark. Nelson, Verna , McPherson , Kans. Nichols, Jane, Longview, Texas

Parmenter, Carl, Bethany, Okla. Parmenter, Lois, Bethany, Okla. Patton, B. A. , Terrell, Texas Perkins, Edwin, Post, Texas

E. N . C.-ers meet at Bethany

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Post, Gene, Grand Island, Neb. Powell , Ellvn, Orange, Texas Quiring, Erma, Newton, Kansas Ra1 , Doris Ann, Oklahoma Citv, (

Rhoe, Betty, Bethany, Oklahoma Rubio, Baltazar,Chicla)'O, Pem Sanderson, Ruth, Clovis, New 1\1/exico Scharclein, Lcorta. Betlwny, Okla .

Singletary, \ Va ncla, Orange, Texas Starks, James. Bethany, Okla . Stedc, llcrhcrt, Coffeyville, Kansas Steele. Leona. Coffeyville, Km1sas

T'homan , Ruth , //arp, Kansas Tucker, Danid , 1\ Ia yfield, Kentucky Umuh , 1\ lch-in, Hutchinson, Kans. Westlund. llarold, Sioux Citv, low

The Sophs set sail . .

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Williams, Kathryn, Elk City, Oklahoma Willwerth, Paul, St. Albans, Vermont Wilson, Arlene, Parnell, Missouri Elders, tvlarion, Malden, Mo.

Bebout, Meredith, Bethany, Okla. Fulton, Frances, Bethany, Okla. Hodges, 1\路lartha, Kansas City, Kans. Walker, Tella, Bethany, Okla.

Jenkins, Gordon, Bethany, Okla. Jenkins, Jean , Betl1any, Okla.

Don't get excited-it's just a speech play!

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BOOK FOUR

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tEACH year WHO'S V/HO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES recognizes students from approximately 600 colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. In selecting students to be recommended, the campus nominating committees are asked to consider outstanding effort and accomplishment in academic work, extracurricular activities and service to the school. During the school year certificate awards are presented to all students selected. The purpose of the project has been to serve as an outstanding honor in which a deserving student after displaying merit in college and accomplishing his goals, will be given recognition without having to pay some fee, and to establish a reference volume of authoritative information on the great body of America's leading college students.

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Student

LAUNA HURLESS RED KNIGHT

Red Knight ____ _______ ___________ _______ ___ __ __ President Jack Lee --------- - -------------- - -- - -- - -- -Vice-President Launa Hurless ______ __ ___ _________ ___ ___________ Secretary J. W . Ellis __ ____ ______ ____ _________ ___ Religious Director Prof. Dunn __ _路____ __ _____ _________ __ _________ __ Sponsor V. J. Christensen ______ _____ _____ ______ ____ ECHO Editor Jackie Mizell ________________ ____ ___ __ __ ARROW Editor J. W. Hall ____ __ __ __ __ _____________ _____ ___ Senior Rep. Glen McArthur --- ---- '---------- - - ----------Junior Rep. John Gardner _____ ___ _________ ___ ___ __ ______ _Soph. Rep. Dwight Dole __________ ________ ____________ Freshman Rep.

Left to right: V. J. Christensen, D. Dol~, J. W. Ellis, J. Lee, Prof. Dunn, R. Knight, L. Hurless, J. W. Hall, G. McArthur, J. Mizell .

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C9ouncil

PROFESSOR DUNN

J. W. ELLIS

Left to right : V. Christensen ,

J.

Gardner,

J.

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Mizell,

J.

Hall, C. McArthur, D . Dole.

JACK LEE

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Jackie Mizell ____________________ ___________ Editol Travis Mullins ______________________ Business Manage1 Paul Franklin ------------- -- __________ Asst. EditOJ Dale Mizell _____ __________ ___ _______ _____ Secreta'} Milton Parrish ________________________ Photographel Mrs. Elizabeth 路willis ___ ____ _____ ___ _______ Sponsm Geneva Chandler ______ __ _______ _____ Literarv Editor June Beatty _______ ____ _:_ __ _________ Fine Arts Editor Nita Gregg -- - ---- - -- - - ---- ___ _______ Sports Editor

TRAVIS MULLINS

Garland Shaffer __ __________ _____ _____ _Sports

Edi~or

George Andrews ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ Make Up Supervisor Keith Laing _______________ ____________ _Make Up Jimmy Woodsmall __ ______ ___ ____ ________ Make Up

Milton Parrish

Nita Gregg, Jimmy vVoodsmall, June Beatty, Keith Laing

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Staff

'his yearbook we bring to you as the product of

m years work. We sincerely hope that you ac-

ept it with the joy and anticipation that we have

elt in preparing it.

It is yours to keep as a

nemoir of 1948 at Bethany-Peniel College.

JACKIE MIZ~LL

Mrs. Willis, Geneva Chandler, George Andrews

Paul Franklin and Dale Mizell

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STAFF EDITOR --- - --- --- -------- ----- - ----V. J. CHRISTENSEN BUSINESS MANAGER ___ ______ KENNETH ARMSTRONG ASSOCIATE EDITOR __ __ ___ ________ ___ COLLEEN KARNS News Editor - -- - --- ---------------------- - ------Jean Karns Fine Arts Editot _________ _____ __ __ __ _______ __ Charlem! Baker Society Editor __ ___ ______ ___ __ ____ ______ _______ Doris Beaver Religion Editor ---- ------------------- - --- Ted Hollingsworth Religion Writers _____ ___ ____ ____lola Smith, Geneva Chandler Margaret Henderson Sports Editors ___ _________ ___ ____Bill Baker, Lora Lee Knippers Sports Reporters_ _Hank Cross, Vestal Armstrong, Elbert Overholt Feature Editor --------- -- - -- ---- -- - ~ - --- - - -Elizabeth Cross Feature Writers_ ___________ Mary Louise Trager, Ray J. Brakebill Reporters ____ __ Waldo Campbell, James Carter, Arlin Hicks, Ruth Knippers, Bonnie Thomason, Betty Nash, Millie Minyard, Ernest Waldon, Maurine Dickerson, Sandy Faulkner, Jack Armold, Tillie Cate. Columnists ____ __ __ ___ ___ __ __ ___ __Marselle Knight, J. W. Ellis Photographer __ ______ _____ ___ _____ __ _____ _______ _Bill Smith Circulation Manager ____ ______ ________ __ ___ __ _Calvin Rainbolt Cartoonist ____ ____ ______ ___ __ ___ _____ ____ ___ __Gerre Parker Typists __ ___ ___________ ________ __ Marjorie Lemay, Kathy Reep Faculty Sponsor __ __ _____ ___ ___ __ ____ __ ___ ___ __ Mark Moore

V . J. CHRISTENSEN. Editor COLLEEN KARNS. Asst. Editor

Seated : G . Parker, B. Nash, A. Hicks, K. Retp, W . Campbell, T . Cate, L. Knippers. Standing : E. Walden, V . Armstrong, C. Baker, E . Overholt, M. Minyard, R. Brakebill, D. Beaver.

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THE REVEILLE ECHO Student Newspaper of

BETHANY -PENIEL COLLEG E Bethany, Oklahoma Member

Associated Collegiate Press Published every other Tuesday during the school year by the Student Association

M. MOORE, Sponsor KEN ARMSTRONG, Bus. Mgr.

Seated : M. Henderson, J. Carter, S. Faulkner, M. Lemay, C. Rainbolt, M . Trager, J. Karns. Standing: B. Baker, B. Thomason, T . Hollingsworth, M. Dickerson, B. Smith, H. Chandler, R. Knippers,

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J. Ellis.

Future Teachers of America Association OFFICERS John Coale _____________________________ President Lee Davenport ----------------------Vice-President Colleen Karns ___________________________ Secretary Geneva Chandler ________________________ Treasurer Dorothy Petersen _______________ __________ Sponsor Lillie Davenport ___ ______________ Social Chairman

First row: J. Mizell, L Reeves, G. Reed, L. Davenport, V. Ward, J. Coale, M. Mahannah, G. Chandler, C . Karns, W. Warren. Second row: M . Parkhurst, J. Karns, V . Couchman, M . Roeber, I. Haley, A. Upchurch, D. Rosefeld, Wooden, L. Wade, G. Fry. Third row: L. Hoffpuair, M . Hale, L. Rowlett, T. Walker, W. McAIIaster, 0. Baldwin, L. Davenport, C. - Rosbrugh, J. Braswell, 路 G. Ohsfelt, M. Rose.

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1Jhi C])elta Society The Eta chapter of Phi Delta Lambda, national honor society operates in the various colleges of the Church of the Nazarene, on the basis of a grade average of 2.50

on a full college load for two successive semesters: OFFICERS Lloyd Taylor _____ _____ __ _______ ___ _: ___ ____ President Charles McCall --------- ---- ----------Vice-President Juanita Blake ----------------- -,- - --- Secretary-Treas. Miss Anna Laughbaum ____ _______________ ___Sponsor

Left to right: C. McCall, L. Taylor Miss Laughbaum, J. Blake

First row : 0 . Lee, I. Walker, P. Lasater, W . Arnold, L. Taylor, Miss Laughbaum, M . Dickerson, E. Cross. Second row: H . Williams, W . W arren, I. Carlson, C . Karns, C. Baker, J. Blake, N . Baker, J. Karns, B. Human . Third row: C . Shreffler, J. Coale, K. Pollard, 0 . Baldwin, G. McArthur, E. Overholt, J. Christensen, L. Jenkins, \ V. Mansveld. Fourth row: B. Dudney, R. Unruh, L. Gholson, F. Ladd, L. Burton, C. Pittenger, B. Baker, W. Baker, B. Loriette, C. Williams and Keith (the educated dog. ) .

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Sigma 2Jamma epsilon

Speech C9lub :LfE OFFICERS Tommie Parrish ________ ___ ______________ President Paul Franklin ____ _______________ ___ _Vice-President Virginia Couchman _________________ ______ Secretary Wanda Cornelius ___________________ _____ Treasurer Jeanne Gilham ____________________ ____ __ Reporter Prof. Emmel ___ ____ _____ _____ _______ _____ Sponsor

P. Franklin, T. Parrish, Prof. Emmel, V . Couchman

Front row: W . Cornelius, P. Franklin, T . Parrish,-Prof. Emmel, V. Couchman. Second row: D. Long, V. Vandever, D. Beaver, M . Perkins, M . Parkhurst. Third row: J. Armold, G. T errv. H . Scott, B. Cook, L. Knippers, C . Garret.

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Home Cc.onomics f9lub OFFICERS le Mizell _____ _____________ _______ ___ President

is Duffey ________________________ Vice-President

rlene Harris -------------------------- -Secretary

trjorie Lemay --- ----------------------Treasurer

neta Mizell, Anne Greve _____________ _Sponsors

First row : Miss Mizell, N. Harris, D . Nelson, N. Taylor. Second row : E. Harris, M. Hale, D. Pitts, L. Hoffpauir, M . Rose. Third row: S. Faulkner, A. Hoffpauir, I. Carlson, M . Lemay, D. Mizell, A. Duffey.

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fl C9apella C9hoir

PROFESSOR LESTER DUNN Conductor Front row: E. Imel, V. Hoag, M. Ball, C. Baker, B. Nash, M. Issacs, B. White, B. Lindley, D. Beaver. Second ~ow : R. Thoman, P. Hall, P. Roeber, S. Faulkner, Prof. Dunn, M. Wood, F. Wiggs, M. Henderson, V. Clem. Third row: B. Human, N. Snyder, L. Thompson, B. Bohannon, J. Carter, R. Campbell, P. Willwerth, W. Mansveld, L. Ben路 son, L. Hillery. Fourth row : I. Search, G. Andrews, J. Middleton, R. Unruh, B. Baker, W. Miller, M. Knight, M. Lunn, L. Taylor, J. Sooter.

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Treble C9hoir MISS ELIZABETH NELSON

First row : D. Vaughan, pianist, R. Brandon, R. Singletary, D. Adkins, J. Robinson, A. Cosby, C. Knippers, F . Hollis, R. Miller, W . Arnold, Miss Nelson. . Second row : M. Duke, I. Walker, L. Wells, M. Rogers, G. Watts, V. Ward, C . Taylor, V . Moyer, E. Hoover. Third row: M. Evans, G . Harlan, J. Turner, V. Kee, D . Hill, V. Asmussen, C. Davis, G. Howland, V. Trager, P. Lee.

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1nen's C9hoir

PROFESSOR DUANE SMITH Conductor Stephen Smith, Mascot Front row: M. Mahannah, W. Dougharty, L. Mason, L. M. Hearne, R. Franklin, J. Armold, A. Makes Cry, L. Hammerstrom, Prof. Smith, Conductor. Second row: B. Keeton, A. 路woods, J. Fletcher, E. Wassom, J. Mortensen, B. Laws, C . Jones, R. Emrick, H . Williams, Accompanist.

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musical Representatives

\II through the summer the two college quartets were )USY

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touring the West Central Educational Zone solicit-

ng funds for Bethany-Peniel College and advertising the :ollege over the zone. During the fall the ladies trio has 1eld services in nearby churches. Wherever these groups ELSIE LAD MAN, Second Soprano 1ave gone they have taken their testimony for Christ and

Barbara Human, First Soprano Margaret Henderson, Alto

1ave endeavored to do service for Him.

BOYD KIFER, Second Tenor Lewis Thompson, First Tenor Travis Mullins, Baritone Jack Harrison, Bass

R. H . ISSACS, First Tenor Bill Baker, Second Tenor Red Knight, Baritone Lloyd Taylor, Bass

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Orchestra

PROFESSOR ALBERT FITZGERALD Conductor .

First row: V. Hoag, M. Briscoe, W. Flick, C. Rainbolt, J. Ta ylor, R. Brandon, H. VanDyne. 路 Second row: D. Clem, F. Brockman, J. Middleton, B. Powers, B. Bonhannon, R . Allison, E. Ladihan, R. Campbell, M. Moore, E. Wasson, M . Sonnevik, J. Beatty. 路 Third row: P. Lasater, Prof, Fitzberrel, 0 . Baldwin, G. Ohsfeldt, B. Porter.

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13and

WILLIS FLICK Asst. Conductor

First row: W. Flick, J. Middleton, C. Rainbolt, 1. Moore, E. Wasson. Second row: B. Powers, D. ealy, K. ealy, J. Diffee, B. Porter, A. Hicks, R. Campbell. Third row: S. Bayles, C . Goodwin, M. Pearce, N. Lewis, C . Garrett, H. Baldwin, 0. Baldwin, Prof. Fitzgerrel, P. " ' illwerth, P. Hopkins, B. Bohannon, R. Allison, B. Garber, E. Ladman .

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1ÂŁJrayer and Fasting OFFICERS Boyd R. Kifer ________________ _____ ___ __ Presi, Jack Harrison ------ ------~~ ------- --- Vice-Pmsi, Betty Nash ---- ----------- - - - ----- ____ __ _Secrt C . H. Wiman __________ _______________ __ _Spo

Boyd Kifer, Betty Nash, Jack Harrison, Prof. Wiman

First row: D. Sa yes, \ V. Arnold, 0. Rhodes, L. Clegg, I. Kennedy, B. Thomason , R. Carter, V. Moyer, L. Reeves, J. Moore. V. Timm, \V. Redman , V . !;:!em, Y. Greene. Second row: L. Chalmers, I. Search, V . Crouch, F . Hollis, L. Blanchard, M. Rogers, J. Moore, D. \ Vooten, R. Brandon, M. Evans, M. Girard, D. Long, G. Barr, M. Fudge, V. Couchman, V. Trager, E. Hoover, \V. Doughtary. Third row: B. Kifer, P. Smith, E . \ Vood, B. Garber, H . Smith , C. Knippers, B. Jones, B. Nash, \Vooten, Shoffee, B. Tomlinson, N. Hilton, V. Kee, V . Beard, B. Human, E . Imel, N. Alexander, L. Thompson, J. Whitner. Fourth row: H. Sayes, J. Dickens, F. Run yon, R . Gr<1y, l\1. Paden, G. Bilyeu, G. Ferry, T . Mullins, D . Dole, L. Scofield, S. Newman, H. Vandyne, F. Luther, A. Upchurch, H. Yeatman, R. Patterson, C . Moss, J. Scooter, J. Armold. Fifth row: D. Dempsey, J. Woodsmall, H. Westlana, B. Hammertrom, 0. Brown, H. Carlisle, E. Knippers, B. Fetters, C . Jones, P. Magason, M. Alsobrook, H. Heap, R. Kannady, D . Grant, C. George, M. McAIIaster, H . Morgan, D . James, D . Grant, M . Sonnevik, E. Adams, V. Ledbetter, G . McArthur.

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[;}ospel Team OFFICERS

f!:lton Wood ______________________________ President

Harold Carlisle ------------------------ Vice-President Beulah Lindley ______________________ __ ____ Secretary

\lliss Vada Lee Beard ________________________ Sponsor

H. Carlisle, Miss Beard, E. Wood, B. Lindley

First row : M . Parkhurst, V. Timm, R. Miller, M. Wood, Miss Beard, E. Wood, H. Carlisle, B. Lindley, J. Elkins, R. Thoman, R. Franzen, K. Williams. Second row : N. Ramick, W. Morrisett, L. Scofield, A. Groff, W . Redman, R. Sanderson, M. Paden, G. Watts, V . Moore, P. Jameson, A. Burke, M . Evans, B. Tomlinson, P. Hopkins, M . Fudge, D. Neuenschwander, B. Human, V. Crouch, D . Sayes, 0 . Rhodes, Y. Greene, E. !mel. Third row: I. Graves, I. Haley, R. Patterson, G. Howland, M. Swim, J. Gilham, L. Knippers, R. Williams, B. Barrett, E. Kees, D. Hill, N. Hilton, J. Turner, L. Wells, B. Cook, V. Asmussen, P. Lee. C. Taylor, J. Williamson, M . Rose, M. Hale, L. Kouter, D. Beaver, L. Parmenter, I. Smith, B. Briscoe. Fourth row: R. Saville, F. Bolerjack, H . Lester, A. Braswell, T. Davis, B. Fetters, L. Thompson, D. Grant, C . Reneau, W . McAllaster, G. Terry, J. W . Birdwell, R. Kannady, D. Grant, B. Hudson, E. Emmert, I. Kounter, E. Twining, R. Franklin, D. Horton, L. Hillery, C. Parmenter, Z. Holland, B. Kifer.

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missionary 18and OFFICERS Joe Clark __________ _____________________ President Marshall Stewart ____________________ Vice-President Lettie Wade __ ___ __________ _____________Secretary Juanita Moore __:_________________________ Treasurer Mr. and Mrs. Miller ---------- ------------ Sponsors

L. Wade, Prof. and Mrs. Miller, J. Clark, J. Moore

First row : A. Cantrell, W . Walker., R. Miller, M. Rogers, M . Smith, C. Behannon, H. Daughtary, V . Moyer, D. Sayes, W. Arnold, I. Kennedy, D. Nelson, R . Knippers, N. Clegg, E. Ladman, B. Powers, P. Hopkins. Second row: N. Alexander, M . Wood, R. Borcher, C. Wooden, J. Moor, B. Jones, M. Miller, J. Ingle, W . Hoffpauir, McConnell, B. Rubio, J. Clark, J. Moore, R. Miller, I. Hogan, J. Blake, L. Bell, J. Browning, E. Cunningham, R. Rose, E. Hoover, R. Williams. Third row: I. Search, E. Wood, H. Scott, J. Hakes, C . George, F. McCombs, E. Carter, D . Dole, M. Alsobrook, H . Heap, B. Porter, F ,. Everhart, W. McAllaster, D. Brandt, H. Tyler, M. Sonnevik, G . McArthur, C . Lewis, T . Cottam, L. Chalmers, F. Runyon.

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Student Vas tors and

ere ache 1( s "pray ... the Lord of harvest, that he will send forth more laborers into his harvest." The vision is broader and the opportunities are greater than ever before. First row: E. \ \'ood, L. Jcnbns, J. Thompson. Second row: H. \Viley, D. Baldwin, T. Hollingsworth.

First row : P. Lasater, D. Vaughn, E. Beresford, C. Karns, R. Riggs. Second row: I. Carlson, J. Karns, J. Beaty, C. Baker. Third row: M. Sonnevik, J. Coale, R. Unruh ... Baltazar Rubio not pictured.

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BUD ROBINSON COUNCIL

Seated: W. Baker, R. Knippers, L. Benson, N. Gregg. Standing: P. Doing, B. White, Mrs. Sears, A. Duffey, J. Blake.

\Dormitory Seated : M. Henderson, G . Ohsfeldt, Mrs. Jobe, S. Faulkner, F. Wiggs. Standing: V. Couchman, N. Clegg, R. Haygood, N. Sloan.

JERNIGAN COUNCIL

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JOINT COUNCIL

The Dorm Councils have for the first time united in a joint effort to promote a congenie! dormitory life. The work began with a "Culture Week," during which time the dining hall was redecorated . Other activities were the annual Thanksgiving Banquet, Christmas Party, and Valentine Party. It is the desire of the organization to become a permanent establishment for the promotion of all phases of college life.

Nita Gregg, N. Heigh tower, S. Faulkner, H. tllankensmp, \..... Uhsteldt, M. Henderson, \V. Baker.

J. Carter,

C9ouncils Standing: I. Harris, B. Bohannon, kenship, E. Carter, L. Thompson,

FANNING COUNCIL

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J. Carter, N. J. Perryman,

Heightower, L. Watson, H. BlanSeated.

BOOK FIVE

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r9ollege 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 word! Faith of our fathers! Iwlv faith! We will be true to Thee tiii death! Our fathers, chained in prisons dark, Were stili in heart and conscience free: How sweet would be their children's fate, If they, like them , could die for Theel Faith of our fathers! holy faith! We will be true to Thee till death!

Faith of our fathers! we wiii love Both friend and foe in ali our strife: And preach Thee, too, as Jove knows how, Bv' kindlv' words and virtuous life: Faith of our fathers! holy faith! \Ve will pe true to Thee tiii death!

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R ev i vals Rev. Lon Woodrum, nationally known poet-evangelist, was the fall evangelists of the college church. Rev. Woodrum has been active in evangelistic work for the past nineteen years and is considered one of the outstanding national speakers for the Youth for Christ rallies. His vivid imagination revealed many unthought of treasurers in the Bible.

REV. LON WOODRUM

Rev. Charles Strickland, pastor of Dallas First Church of the Nazarene, held the opening convention of the school year, September l 0-14. Thus inaugurating a. plan whereby each school year will be opened by a religious convention. The encouragement and inspiration were splendid boosts to students. Rev. Strickland is greatly interested in youth work and feels the needs of young people.

Dr. G . B. Williamson, General Superintendent of the Church of the Nazarene, conducted youth revival services in the college church from January 28 to February l. He also gave the dedicatory address for the educational unit. One of God, one who preaches from God's word, one who knows and teaches the doctrine of holiness only partly describes Dr. Williamson. Rev. Charles Hastings Smith held the spring revival at the college church. He is a native of Arkansas and is a humorist-poet of wide note. He has traveled extensively over the United States and has brought "never-to-be-forgotten" messages wherever he has gone. REV. CHARLES HASTINGS SMITH DR. G . B. WILLIAMSON

REV. CHARLES STRICKLAND

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:Aycock Lectures

~ev.

Holland London, pastor of the St. Louis First

;hurch of the Nazarene, delivered the fall series of the ~ctures.

The lectures were primarily for those inter-

sted in the ministry and other Christian work.

'r. R. V. Starr, superintendent of the Southern Illinois

listrict delivered the spring series of lectures. He has een recognized for many years as one of the outanding leaders of the church.

His discussions dealt

'ith the several aspects of God and sin.

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EDWARD HARPER Sunday School Supt. The Bethany Sunday School is one of the largest in the church of the Nazarene. It is composed of ten departments and sixty-five classes. Mr. Edward Harper is Sunday School Superintendent for this large school. All the activities of the Youth Center are under close supervision of Jack Lee, director. Jack is also president of the N;Y.P.S. The Youth Center was erected by the Bethany Church of the Nazarene in 194 5 to provide a place of wholesome recreation and proper charaCter development for the youth of the city.

The Bethany Youth Center

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JACK LEE N. Y. P. S. President

r:9hurch

DR. C. B. STRANG Pastor For the past eight years the Bethany Church of the Nazarene has enjoyed the progressive leadership of its present pastor, Dr. C. B. Strang. During these years the church membership has increased from 800 to 1075. It is the duty of the Director of Religious Education, Harper Cole, to coordinate the activities of each of the agencies of the church, and with the church School Board, to set up general educational policies for the church. HARPER L. COLE Director of Religious Education

The church Choir, consisting of persons from both the community and the college under the direction of Lester Dunn, minister of Music, furnishes the music each Sunday morning.

The Church Choir under the direction of Lester L. Dunn

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C9hapel Speakers

BALTAZAR RUBIO (from Peru )

REV. E. E. ZACHARY Missionary from Australia

DR. W. A. ECHELS Missionary from Japan

DR. ANDREW JOHNSON

REV. SPURGEON HENDRIX Missionary from Argentina

MR. LIU LIANG-MO W . S. S. F . Speaker

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One of the greatest things we receive on the campus is 路 that ennoblement, enrichment, enlargement of character that enables us to face life with manhood. These speakers with their keen intellect, fervent spirit, and zeal for the cause of Christ have encouraged us in this achievement.

MR. ELMER KAUFFMAN Sunday School Emphasis

DR. L. T. CORLETT President of Nampa College

DR. ZACK JOHNSON President of Asbury College

DR. ALBERT HARPER Christian Education Conference

DR. A. K. BRACKEN, Nashville, Tenn. and Uncle Charlie

DR. E. G . BENSON Christian Education Conference

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Lyceums Sponsored hg the Student Council

The first lyceum of the year featured Joseph Benton

well known tenor. The program featured composition:

of Handel, St(auss, Schubert and many other famou: composers. Mr. Benton studied in France and Italy he spent many .successful years singing in Italian Opera While abroad he sang before such famous persons Mussolini, the King of Italy, and Queen

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Wilhelmini~

of Holland. Upon his return to the United States h( entered the Metropolitan Opera. At the present tim( Mr. Benton is teaching at the University of Oklahoma

JOSEPH BENTON, Tenor

Oklahoma Little Symphony Orchestra

The second lyceum program was given by the Oklahoma Little Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Victor Alessandro. He is heralded as one of America's most brilliant young conductors. Since his first appearance with the orchestra he has built an organization, now in its tenth season, that is recognized as one of the nation's top-ranking symphony organizations.

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Lyceums

'rofessor Lester Dunn was presented in the last lyceum

mmber of the year. The program featured several clasical, religious, and modern classical numbers. Mrs.

vlargaret Dunn was accompanist for the program.

'rofessor Dunn has studied at Bethany-Peniel, the

Jniversity of Oklahoma, and under Alex Milschinoff

,f Nurnburg, Germany. He is now Dean of Fine Arts

1t Bethany-Peniel College and director of music at the

:::allege Church.

LESTER L. DUNN, Tenor

Classen High School A Capella Choir

The Classen High School A Capella Choir of Oklahoma City under the direction of Mr. Earl Wilhoit presented the first lyceum of the second semester. The A Capella Choir composed of some sixty voices has consistently rated superior in regional and state contests in recent years.

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2]raduate Recitals

Doris Vaughn, Piano

Tommie Parrish, Speech

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(/)iploma

lRecitals

Virginia Hoag, Violin

Betty Nash, Voice

Mabel Ball, Voice

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f9ertificate 1Recitals

Patricia Lasater, Piano

Doris Beaver, Speech

Evelyn Keeton, Piano

Adalene Cosby, Piano

Bill Bohannon, Trumpet

Grace Ohsfeldt, Piano

Wilbur Mansveld, Voice

Junior 1Recitals

Lora Lee Knippers, Speech

Travis Mullins, Piano

Winola Arnold, Piano

George Ronnekamp, Voice

Norma Jean Snyder, Voice

James Middleton, Voice

The messiah By

Handel December 7, 1947

BETHANY CHOIR Bethany Church of the Nazarene First row : Director Dunn, B. Human, V. Hoag, C . Baker, M. Ball, Dobson, Soprano, M. Dunn, Pianist. Secon row: E. Imel, C . Robertson, M. Roeber, N. Snyder, P. Hall, T. Phipps, Smith, Tenor. Third row: V . Brown, G. Parker, H. Hightower, M. Henderson, D. Middleton, J. Middleton, D. Beaver, R. Unruh, Tenor. Fourth row: P . Clay, A. Cosby, M. Perkins, P. Orndoff, G. Watts, R. Knudson, B. Knudson, A. Woods, H. Sinden, J. Rakes. Fifth row: V. Wilson, K. Taylor, M. Starkes, R. Singletary, D. Rosfeld, B. Wassom, E. Wassom, M. Mahannah, J. McBee, B. Kifer, I. Search. Sixth row: E. Watson, P. Hendrix, G. Howland, J. Stanley, G. Sutton, G. Scobie!f, M. Rogers, R. Wright, C. Fulton, W . Russell. Seventh row : R. Patterson; R. Brandon, B. Cook, V . CouchmaJl, M . Duke, B. Dyer, M. Evans, R. Franzen, G. Harlan.

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:Annual C9hristmas C9antata LESTER L. DUNN Director Margaret Dunn Pianist

Willo May Beresford Organist SOLOISTS

Tenor Ramon Unruh Duane Smith

Soprano Naomi Dobson Eliza beth Nelson Baritone Geron -Brown

First row: Nelson, Soprano, J. Beaver, E. Cross, J. Karns, C. Karns, L. Benson. Second row : Brown, Baritone, V. Clem, F. Wiggs, M. Woods, B. Lindley, S. Faulkner, B. White. Third row: Beresford, Organist, L. Taylor, J. Harrison, J. Sooter, A. Mayo, D. Beaver, Brown, P. Lasater, T. Browning. Fourth row: R. Emmel, L. Hillery, T. Mullins, J. Garsee, I. Kennedy, B. Haworth, P. Lee, R. Maney, B. Miller, V. Moyer. Fifth row : J. Arnold, E. Adams, 0. Davidson, R. Campbell, D. Sayes, D . Akin, B. Thomason, L. Scofield, P. Cheavellier, G. Chandler. Sixth row: B. Keeton, B. Garber, L. Mason, J. Birdwell, C. Knippers, I. Haley, E. Hoover, F . Parrazis, G. Prentice, 0 . Rhodes. Seventh row: W. Hillery, I. Walker, J. Turner, V. Kee, N. Kirghbuam, E. Ladman, D. Long, M. Phillips, V. Hillery, B. Tomlinson, V. Trager, L. Mullenex.

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STAGE CREW Prompter -----------------------~----- Peggy Clay Costumes for women ______________ Barbara Human Pauline Lee Make Up --------------------------Joan Browning Charlene Wooten Hair styles ________________ ________ Beulah Lindley Costumes for men ___ _________ ___ Clarence Heneger Sound effects ________________________ Eugene Reed Charles Bergen Lights - ------- - - - -------------- ---- --Joe Dickens Stage hand __ _____________________ _Charles Harrell Stage properties Manager_ __________ Margaret Girard Stage properties _____ ____ ____________ Betty Whitley

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magnificent Obsession from the novel by LLOYD C. DOUGLAS

Presented by

Junior @la,ss Directed by J. ROBERT EMMEL

Assisted by MRS. TOMMIE PARRISH

CAST Martha ------------ ----------------Wanda Baker Nancy Ashford ______ _______________ Elizabeth Dole Helen Hudson ---- ------------------Virginia Haag Dr. Malcolm Pyle ___________________ Jack Harrison Monty Brent ________________________ Paul Franklin Joyce Hudson __________ _______________ Betty Nash Bobby Merrick ______________________ Mervel Lunn Dr. Wayne Hudson ------~----------- Herbert Scott Perry ------------------------------ Wilson Baker Mrs. Wickes ______________ _______ Mathilda Bebout Marion Dawson _______________ Margaret Henderson Jack Dawson -----------------------Junior Braswell

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Joan of Lonaine by MAXWELL ANDERSON

Joal). of Lorraine presents highlights from the life of Joan Arc by using the device of a play within a play. The events fro Joan's life, the people whom she knew, and many of the speech even are taken directly from historical records.

Joan, daughter of Jacques d'Arc, was born in the village Domremy, in the province of Lorraine, France, in 1412. F four years, from the ages of 13 to 17, she heard Voices from Go revealing to her that she was to crown Charles the Dauphin, King of France, and that she would lead the King's army victory against the invading English army. In 1429,. she did ju that, then was captured by the Burgundians and sold to tl English for ransom . Finally she was tried and found guilty heresy. On May 30, 1431, Joan was burned at the stake in tl Old Market Square in Rouen.

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Presented by the

Department of Speech Directed by

Mrs. Carol Lundy Sponsored by the Senior Class

cAsT Jim Masters, the Director (Inquisitor) _______ _Mervel Lunn Aline, the Stage Manager ----- - - -- --- - - --- ---- Doris Beaver Tessie, the Assistant Stage Manager __ __ ________ Dorothy Long Marie, the Costumer - - -- --- - - - -- ---- ---Virginia Couchman Abbey (Jacques d'Arc ) (Father Massieu) - - - --- J路 W . Birdwell Jefferson (Durand Laxart ) (Tremoille ) -- - ------Jack Armold Mary Gray (Joan d'Arc) --- - - - -- - ---------Tommie Parrish DoHner (Pierre d'Arc ) (Courcelles) __ ___ ________ Keith Laing Sheppard (Jean d'Arc) (Eiain Chartier ) ________ Harold Glaze Quirke (St. Michael ) (Dunois ) - - --~--- - ---- - --- Gl en Terry Miss Reeves (St. Catherine ) _____________ Mildred Parkhurst Farwell (de Metz ) (Executioner ) ----------Jimmy Woodsmall W ard (The Dauphin ) _________ ___ ___________ Paul Franklin Kipner (The Archbishop of Rheims) _______ ___ __ Carl Garrett Smith (The Bishop of Beauwais) _______ ___ __ David Dempsey Electrician ------ - ------- --- ------- - - - -- Joe Allen Dickens

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JuniorSenior

18anquet DR. T. K. CHRISTIAN Special Speaker

The Presidents and wives make the speakers table

School Days by Margaret Henderson, and Lora Lee Knippers "Now that Autumn is here" bv Travis Mullins and the Quart;t

"Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" Betty Nash, R. H. Issacs

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mirror lRoom ii {()

c;ommencement "

J. W.

F;LLIS Toastmaster

The speakers table

Everyone must be satisfied with the party

Must be enjoying the chit chat

"The Graduating Class"

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Sophomore

1Banquet JOSEPH H. BENTON 路 Special Speaker

Hotel Skirvin J.

ROBERT EMMEL Toastmaster

Continental Room R. T. WILLIAMS, JR. Program

The speakers tables

An event to remember

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Freshmen Banquet Beverleg's Blue , Room

Rev. C . L. Rodda

ORVILLE JONES Toastmaster

The speakers tables

Oh what fun for the Froshl

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Pall 8lass A novel Thanksgiving party was given to the members of the senior class the evening of November 14, at the Bethany Youth Center. The money which would have been used for refreshments was used to buy food to aid students at Hurlet Nazarene College at Glasgow, Scotland. The program was in the form of a dinner menu with a musical cocktail, nuts and salad, main course, desert and an after dinner speech by Prof. J. W. Moore, class sponsor.

Imagine the Seniors are learning to spell!

Why Jerry, we didn't know you were tempermental

Refreshments

The members of the junior class had an informal party at the Bethany Youth Center on November 24. Dulan Clegg was master of ceremonies for the occasion and conducted the evenings activities. The class also sent money for food to the students of Hurlet Nazarene college.

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The most interesting part of the party?

Parties

Lincoln Park was the scene of the sophomore mechanized hayride and weiner-roast on the evening of October 10. The evening was spent in singing and laughter with an accompanyment of instrumental music.

All we need is the harvest moon

Milton sings Swedish songs for the Sophs

The Freshmen class had an indoor party last November 7, at the Y.M.C.A. Camp Don Shelly. Musical selections were given and Prof. Miller class sponsor, gave a skit. Moving pictures of the Freshman Initiation and of Africa were showed by Prof. Miller.

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Jamboree C9ollege

vs.

1R 0 t hs.c hi ld's Novemher .26, 1947 Geraldine Sutton is crowned Queen by Glen as Margaret, Joe, Fern, and Odis look on.

What action boys! The whistle blows! The Juniors win the prize for clever decorations

The savages are an enthusiastic class

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Gc hoTournament March 12-13 King Harvey Stallings and Queen Tibeleen Sullivan with attendants G. Shaffer, E. Harris, E. Hale, T . Cate. i

Dr. Cantrell presents Bill Draper with the most valuable player award

Dr. Cantrell tries a free throw between halves

br. Cantrell presents the trophy to the championship

It takes action boys

junior team

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Initiation c:Day SEPTEMBER 25

"Clean up!" What a picture these words present to the Freshman of 1947. An entire army of shoe polish, brushes, wash cloths, toothbrushes, and onions parades across the mind of each resigned and long suffering Freshman. He also has a mental picture of the B.P.C. campus and surrounding territory as it appears to the somnolent eye during the wee hours of the morning. Included in this album of snapshots is the unforgettable picture of many, many, stockinged heads and bearded faces peering over the edges of the luncheon table. From this reserved seat on the floor, we hear the initiated one mutter, "Please pass the butter." We must not omit that picture in which the freshmen (and incidentally, some of the sophomores) were thoroughly, but definitely cleansed. Some frosh found out the hard waythat a truck is not the ideal place for a shower bath. It will be fun to remember this day when you are a senior, frosh! Exercises at 4:30 a.m.-ho hum .

"Please pass the butter."

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The

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18anquet

PROFESSOR E. C. HALL Special Speaker

JIMMY HAMILTON Master of Ceremonies

Good food, good company, good time.

President Elbert smiles approval.

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School Partu

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"guess who"?

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Stag Hag 1Darties

Thanksgiving Party lflovember 25, 1947

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f9hristmas 1Party cDecernber II, 194-7 209

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Track CJJay 211

CAMPUS RECREATION HALL

MR. AND MRS . BUD CARGILL Managers

Vim, Vigor, and Vitality! Make it cherry, please

May the best one win

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Va rt1es â&#x20AC;˘

The Home Ec, Club gives a dinner for their heart interests

Barbara Human and Lewis Thompson Valentine King and Queen

Boyd R. Kifer, Master of Ceremonies

The board and faculty indulge!

Oh for more term tests like this one!

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C9ampus

Views

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Icy weather The prayer chapel

Snow on the cedar The Kansas City District sponsors a tour for prospective students

Papa Kifer and his barracks boys

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Spring is Here

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BOOK SIX

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Athletic CDirectors

Professor Vern on Snowbarger

Odis Brown

Velma Reed

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13 0 y ' S rr 13 " C9l u b OFFICERS Elbert Overholt ------ - ----------- - ----- President Glen McArthur ----------- - ----------- __ Vice-Pres. Bernard Lorette ------- ----------路----- -- Secretary B. Lorette, E. Overholt, G. McArthur

First row: J. Hall, B. Baker, J. Carter, B. Cosby, G. Shaffer. Second row : J. \Vatson, J. Armold, B. Lorette, E . Overholt, G. McArthur, 0 . Brown, J. Bean. Third row: L. Cooper, J. Floyd, I. Harris, D . Schuneman, M. Peterson. H. C:rn<< \-V C:oleman, B. Carrol.

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OFFICERS uanita Gregg ________________ ___ _______ _President ~Iizabeth Dole ______________ ______ _Vice-President Vlary Ellen Herrin _______________ __ _Secretary-Treas. ;andy Faulkner _______ .___________________ Reporter Vliss Peterson ______ ________ _________ __ ___ Sponsor N. Gregg, M. Herrin, E. Dole, S. Faulkner

First row: M. Herrin, W. Morriset, Miss Peterson, N. Gregg, V Reed. Back row : 路B. Coppock, W. Baker, S. Faulkner.

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Frosh : FRONT: B. Draper, B. Hammerstrom, H . Stallings.

Champs: FRONT: J. Birdwell, D. Hardin, L. Birdwell, B. Davis, G . Shaffer. BACK : Search, J. Armold, B. Carrol, V . Armstrong, G. Hought路 ling, E. Overholt.

BACK : Owens, P. Jones, J. Fletcher.

Football

7eams

JUNIORS: 0 . Brown, B. Cantrell, G . McArthur, W. Coleman, H . Cross, L. Milburn.

SENIORS : N . Hightower, C. Rainbolt, D . Schuneman, V. Christensen, R. Knight, B. Baker.

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\

G . Shaffer,

J. Carter,

B. Hammerstrom, R. Knight, H. Stallings, B. Baker. Not pictured

J.

W. Baldwin,

J.

Mortensen .

.All School Football Team .All School Softball Team M. Herrin, Y. Green, B. Coppock, V. Reed, W. Baker, N. Gregg. Not pictured R. Hicky, L. Bell, L. Hocker.

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JUNIORS: J. Watson, 0 . Brown, J. Lee, Prof. Rairdon, J. Bean, C. Grant, B. Lorrette, B. Cantrell, G . McArthur, W. Coleman, H . Cross, E. Conrad, L. Milburn. '

FRESHMEN : P. Jones, B.路 Keeton, W . Biscoe, G. Garsee, H . \\' estlund , H. Stallings, J. Fletcher, D. Owens, D. Moore, G . Post, L. Turner, B. Draper, Bill ' Hudson.

Softball SOPHOMORES: J. Armold, B. Carroll, C . Garret, I. Search, G. Houghtling, V . Armstrong, P. Williams, D. Hardin, G. Shaffer, B. Laws, T . Birdwell, J. Birdwell, E. Overholt.

Teams

SENIORS : J. Largo, C . Rainbolt, N. Hightower, B. Baker, Prof. Moore, F. Ladd, M. Parrish.

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CHAMPS : E. Dole, B. Whitley, B. Coppock, K. Reep, W . Baker, V. Reed.

FRESHMEN : G. Prentice, B. Jones, R. Haygood, N. Alexander, N. Ramick, L. Bell, M. Rogers, J. Robinson.

Softball

Teams

SOPHOMORES : V. Hillery, W . Morrisett, P. Harris, M. Minyard, P. Hop!ins, M. Smith, W. Oake_s, L. Schauer.

SENIORS : S. Faulkner, N. Gregg, M . Herrin, A. Hoffpauir.

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\ CHAMPS : L. Birdwell, V. Armstrong, G . Shaffer, E. Overholt, B. Carrol, D . Wilson.

JUNIORS : G. McArthur, J. Carter, L. Burton, J. Bean, B. Cosby, 0 . Brown .

B asketball Tea ms FRESHMEN: J. Herrick, B. Carrol, H. Stallings, B. Draper, G. Post, D . Horton, Owens, G . Kirby, D . Moore, R. Campbell, H. Westlund.

SENIORS: V. Christensen , M. Peterson, D . Schuneman, B. Baker, K. Armstrong, I. Harris, M. Parrish.

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SOPHOMORE: B. Cook, P. Harris, V. Asmussen, L. Schauer, M. Smith, W. Morrisett, E. Cheek, V. Stewart, V. Hillery.

JUNIORS: L. Knippers, L. Bell, W. Baker, V . Reed, B. Coppock, 0. Rhodes.

18asketball Teams FRESHMEN: N. Ramick, T . Sullivan , B. Jones, G. Prentice, J. Robinson, M. Duke, N . Alexander, R. W illiams, M. Miller, R. Haygood .

SENIORS : M. Herrin, N. Gregg, Z. Lister, A. Hoffpuair, S. Faulkner, J. Beatty.

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1Boy's Jill-School Basketball 7eam

Baxter Cosby

Elbert Overholt Bill Draper

Gene Post Joe Bean Glen McArthur

Odis Brown

Vestal Armstrong

Garland Shaffer

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Bill Baker

{Jirl's ftll School 1Basketball Tea m

Velma Reed

Tibeleen Sullivan Marv Ellen Herrin Ruth \Villiams

Nelda Ramiek \,Yanda Baker Nina Mae Alexander

Nita Gregg

June Robinson

Louise Bell

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Margaret Duke

Front row: B. Carrol, E. Overholt, G. McArthur, V. Armstrong. Second row: J. Carter, G. Shaffer, J. Bean, B. Baker, L. Gholson, 0 . Brown, B. Draper.

Jamboree Teams M. Herrin, T. Sullivan; N. Gregg, R. Williams, L. Bell, M. Duke, V. Reed, N. Ramick.

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Tennis

C9hamps

Bonnie Foster and Wanda Baker, Doubles

Elbert Overholt, Singles

Nita Gregg, Singles

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May the best man win

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BOOK SEVEN .

\Ve are deeply grateful to the churches, firms, and individuals listed on the following pages who have helped to make this year's ARROW a success. \Vithout your support, our book could not have been published.

Tl1e Jirrotv

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Staff

ADVERTISING INDEX CHURCHES

COMMERCIAL Page

Page

Kansas City First

272

Arrow Staff, The --- - -------------- 286

Lawrence, Kansas

259

Atlee Dairy ----------------------- 286

Lincoln ·First -- - ---------- -- - ------ 263

B. & H. l\fercantile - -- ------------- 286

Page

Abernathy, Texas

276

Abilene District ------------- - ----- 244 Ada, Oklahoma -------------------- 263 Amarillo First _________ __ _____ _____ 256 Arkansas District __ ___ __________ __ __ 264. Arkansas District NYPS ___ ___ ______ 264

Little Rock First--- - ----- ---------- 273

Lubbock, Texas First

Bethany Plumbing & AppliaJW· -- -:'-'·- - 282 246 Book Shoppe, The ___ __ ;_~-~-~- --• ~ - 288

Austin First __ _: _______ ____ _________ 256 McAllen, Texas ------ ------------- 265 Bethany East Side . ---- ------------- 260 Bethany First --------------------- 266 Bethany-Peniel College _____________ 277

Bethany Flower Shop ---.,- ----------- 281

Louisiana District -----~------- ----- 252

Boyer Courts --- - - -- ---,--- -------- 290

Mineral Wells, Texas -- - --- --------- 261 Muskogee First -------- ------- - ---- 254

College Cleaners - --- - ------------- 284

Muskogee Memorial -------------- -- 268

Cottage Cafe ------- -------------- 292

Nebraska District __ ____ __. .: _________ 248

De Luxe Cleaners -------- - -- ------- 289

Newton, Kansas ------------ ------- 263

Dr. Macrory ------ - ------- -- ------ 292

Borger, Texas --------------------- 261 Brown, Lawson ---- ----- - ---------- 250 Campus Religious Organizations ______ 240 Carthage, Missouri First ------------ 268

Norman, Oklahoma ---------------- 241

Chapman, Louise ---~-------------- 242 Christ, Roy and Ruth -------------- 252 Corpus Christi Broadmoor Park ______ 250 Corpus Christi First ---------------- 267

Dr. Shadid ----------- ------------ 289

North Fort Worth, Texas ____ _____ __ 260 Hal Owen, Photographer ____________ 285 Oklahoma City First --------------- 269 Oklahoma City Penn. Ave. _________ 245 Oklahoma City Southside ______ _____ 274

Hoag and Hall Insurance ____________ 284

J.

& M. Cleaners - -- ~ --------------- 291

Oklahoma City Trinity _________ .___ 247 Kraker's Dept. Store - --------------- 283

· Dallas District ------------------ -- 251 Dallas Trinity ----- ----- ----------- 275 Denison, T~as --------------- ----- 265

Ponca City First -------,.----------- 261 Post, Texas

259

Launderette, The ------------------ 283 282

Publishing House, The Nazarene ______ 278

Lillenas Music Co.

San Antonio District --------- -- ---- 253

Owen's Furniture ----- ~- ----------- 287

Eastern Oklahoma . District

262

Frederick, Oklahoma First

270

San Antonio First

Hastings, Nebraska

248

Temple, Texas -------------------- 268

Hooker, Oklahoma

260

Texarkana First -------------------- 252

Houston District ------------------ 255

Tyler, Texas --- - ------------------ 274

Houston First --------------------- 242

Western Oklahoma District __________ 243

Houston Oakwood ---------- ------- 275

,Western Oklahoma District· NYPS ____ 249

Hutchinson, Kansas

Wichita Beulah ---~--------------- 257

T. G. & Y. Stores ------------------ 284

Wichita First --------------------- 265

' Trave-Taylor Printing Co. ----------- 293

267

Kansas District -------------------- 271

250

Reveille Echo, The ________ :_ _______ 280 Royal Fur Shop ------------------- 282 Smith and Street, Barbers ----------- 286 Smith and Rainbolt, Photo ________ :..._ 283 Stewart's Paint Store --------------- 292

Kansas City District _____ _______ ___ 258

Winfield, Kansas First -------------- 242

Kansas City District NYPS __ ________ 275

Yukon, Oklahoma ----------------- 249

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Wehrenberg Drugs --- -- - ----- ------ 289 Western Auto Associate Store _______ 283

It is the duty and aim of the three religious organizations on our campus to help in providing the spiritual and religious guidance necessary for the growth of each student in our college. Our success this year has been determined by the splendid cooperation we have received from our students and faculty. We appreciate every prayer said in our behalf, every word of encouragement and every act of service that we have received throughout the year. May God richly bless each of you.

J. W.

ELLIS

Dir. Rel. Activities

PRAYER AND FASTING LEAGUE Boyd Kifer, President Jack Harrison, V . Pres.

GOSPEL TEAM Elton Wood, Pres. Harold Carlisle, V . Pres.

MISSIONARY BAND Joe Clark, Pres. Marshall Stewart, V. Pres.

Friday Noon Finds Members From Each Group At Prayer And Fasting

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NORMAN CHURCH of the NAZARENE ALEMEDA AND APACHE STREETS

NORMAN, OKLAHOMA

Church Choir- Norman Miller, Director

REV. GEREN ROBERTS P:-~stor

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HOUSTON FIRST CHURCH EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO BETHANY-PENJEL COLLEGE AND THE CLASS OF "48" HAROLD KIEMEL

Pastor

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Corner 12th & Thompson

Winfield, Kansas STEWARD REED, Pastor

Evangelist Louise Chapman

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WESTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Horne cJJistrict

of 13. V. (9.

100 CHURCHES - 7000 MEMBERS - 9000 MONTHLY AVERAGE IN S. S.

Our Program: 'LO l'.tness

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evangelism For 7he Whole World"

DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD R. T. Williams, Jr. M. L. Turbyfill E. C. Hall Vernon Snowbarger

DISTRICT SECRETARY Fred F1oyd

DISTRICT TREASURER Dr. C. A. McConnell

DISTRICT S. S. CHAIRMAN W. D. McGraw, Jr.

DISTRICT N.Y.P.S. PRES. F1oyd Rowe

REV. W. T. JOHNSON District Supt.

DISTRICT W.F.M.S. PRES. Mrs. Lena Thompson

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L. to R. 1st row: R. Maney, L. Wade, H . Daugherty, J. Mizell, E, Watson, B. Lindley, L. Benson, 0. Rhodes. 2nd row : R. Patterson, V. Scarberry, D. Mizell, L. Watson, B. Jones, N. Brummett, M. Manning. 3rd row : L. Scofield, M. Duke, M. Johnson, D. Hoover, V. Kee, J. Blake. 4th row : L. Hearne, V. Moore, D. Clegg, E. Wood, M. Alsobrook, E. Perkins, G. Bessire, N . Clegg.

DISTRICT

ABILENE

Sound in Doctrine - Sane in Appeal Evangelistic in Emphasis - Constructive in Character CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1948! WE ARE PROUD OF OUR 29 STUDENTS W. B. WALKER Dist. Supt.

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, \V.F.M.S. President MRS. CARL ELLIS, Junior Director DISTRICT CAMP MEETING AND ASSEMBLY August 16-22 at Plainview, Texas Workers: T. M. Anderson, Dr. G. B. Williamson Lawson Brown

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PENNSYLVANIA AvENUE Church of the Nazarene "Center of Blessings" N.Y.P.S. Pres. HAROLD MORGAN

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

W.F.M.S. Pres. MRS. J. D. WOLFE

CHURCH BOARD A.

J.

Mus grove

S. B. Murray M. L. Wycoff Mrs. E. H. Hullet W. L. Brasher

J.

P. Beeman

H. A. Cross M. F. Eagen

PIANIST Mrs. M. L. Wycoff REV. 0. F. LANGFORD, Pastor

M. L. STONE, S. S. Supt.

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\VE EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS IN BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 14th

anJ Ave ."Q"

LUBBOCK, TEXAS

REV. AND MRS. A. F. LAING

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TRINITY CHURCH of the NAZARENE S. W.

29th

at Indiana

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA ~

H. H. SPENCER Pastor GENE DAVIS Music Director MARGARET SPENCER Pianist GERALD LOCKE Sunday School Supt. MARK FRANCIS N .Y.P.S. President MRS. TOM MONTGOMERY W.F.M .S. President WALTER HINTZ Secretary MRS. H. H . SPENCER

REV. H. H. SPENCER

247

NEBRASKA DISTRICT SUPPORTS Bethany~Peniel

College

WELCOME

Annual Camp and Assembly HASTINGS, NEBRASKA July 18-25

REV. L. A. OGDEN, Dist. Supt.

"The Beautiful Brick Church On Christian Corner"

WE ARE FOR B.P.C. AND ITS WORK OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Hastings, Nebraska EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '48 AND THE ARROW STAFF REV. & MRS. A. F. HAYES

248

D . Hoover

E. Nee!

D. Light

W . Bloodworth

YUKON NAZARENES Not Pictured: F. Everhart H . Lile

THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT WITH PROMISE WHEN CONSECRATED TALENT RECEIVES TRAINING AT B.P.C. Dr. Cantrell and Faculty, Yukon is back of you one hundred percent NYPS Pres.

OTTO C. PERRY Pastor

CLINT COATS S.S.Supt.

B. Vanderlinde

J.

P. Vanderlinde

C. Fechner

Western Oklahoma District

N.Y. P. S. "BACKING OUR COLLEGE" Entrance to District Center Youth Camp-Turner Falls

FLOYD W. ROWE Dist. Pres.

J.

LEWIS EMMERT 1st Vice Pres.

FLOYD P. SMITH 2nd Vice Pres. MRS. W. D. McGRAW 3rd Vice Pres. VERNON SNOWBARGER Sec. and Treas. CAMP DATES: AUG. 2-6

249

BROADMOOR PARK Church of the Nazarene CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS-

Gxtends f9ongratulations to

BETHANY PENIEL -COLLEGE ALVIN MAULE Pastor

COMPLlMENTS OF

FIRST CHURCH TWE NAZARENE San Antonio, Texas

C. E. KEYS

Evangelist Lawson W. Brown

Pastor

250

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

DIS-TRICT REV. CUTIS SMITH N.Y.P.S. President

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

251

THE LOUISIANA DISTRICT WE ARE FOR AN OLD FASHIONED PROGRAM OF EVANGELISM THE LOUISIANA DISTRICT IS FOR BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE, AND THE ENTIRE DISTRICT IS PRAYING FOR AN OLD FASHIONED HOLY GHOST REVIVAL TO SWEEP THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL AND ZONE.

ELBERT DODD District Supt.

REVS . G. M . AKIN and W. 0 . FISHER Members of the Board of Regents

PAUL H. GARREIT, M.A. Pastor

THE PASTOR AND PEOPLE OF

First Church of the Nazarene Texarkana, Texas Cooperate With Students And Faculty In Making

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

EVANGELISTS, ROY and RUTH CHRIST

"Our School"

Preachers-Singers

CHARACTER - CULTURE - CHRIST

2923 Troost Ave., Box 257, Kansas City, Mo.

252

Conr;ralufalions AND

J3es t

Ofis hes

to the

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT SUPPORTING BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE \VITH OUR MEANS, OUR PRAYERS, OUR YOUNG PEOPLE AND OUR INFLUENCE

We invite the ministerial graduates entering the pastorate upon graduation to begin their ministry in the San Antonio District

HADLEY A. HALL District Superintendent

253

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE F at Almire

MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA

~reetings to

18. IJ.

From

MUSKOGEE FIRST

* We are路 supporting you with : Five students Ed. Budget paid in full : And our prayers.

REV. & MRS. W. R. DONALDSON

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HOUSTON DISTRICT Church of the Nazarene --Boosting Bethany-Peniel College

REV. V. H. LEWIS District Supt.

--Advancing The

-Organizing New Churches

N.Y. P. S.

-Building Greater Sunday Schools

--Promoting Old Fashioned Revivals

District S.S. Chairman

--Supporting Foreign Missions

MRS. V. H. LEWIS Dist. W .F.M.S. Pres.

255

eompliments lo

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE from REV. J. F. HAMM Pastor

FIRST CHUr~CH of the NAZARENE AMARILLO, TEXAS

D. Yates

L. Scofield

G. Scofield

M. Ann Duke

M. Alsobrook

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of 1948 From The FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE "In The Heart Of Texas"

J. E. MOORE, JR. Pastor

Honoring Our Own Student RAYMOND JOHNSTON

87 San Marcus St.

Austin, Texas

256

Our 1B 10 (9 Students Vivian & Gene Houghtling Peggy & Guy Hall Mary Jean Evans Winifred Oakes Bill Stroman Bill Bohannon

Hes t Wish es Bet hany - Peni el Co ll ege YOU HAVE : Our Young People Our Financial Support And Our Prayers For Your Continued Progress

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE San Benito, Texas

REV. and MRS. IVY BOHANNON

BEULAH CHURCH of the NAZARENE East Harry at Greenwood Drive Wichita, Kansas FEATURING Indirect Lighting Terraced Floors Disappearing Floors STERLING C. LANSDOWNE Founder-Designer-Builder 1937-Pastor-1948

Thousands of souls have found Christ at this Altar of prayer; many have finished their education at BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE; some are in attendance now and others plan to enroll next year. Beulah Church is a BOOSTER for BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE.

257

"Fellowship by tile Lake"

SCENES IN LAKEVIEW PARK, KANSAS CITY DISTRICT CENTER Jarrette Aycock, District Superintendent

258

from the

Post Ckurch of tke cNazarene Post, Texas

REV. JOE S. NORTON, Pastor

Conqratufations to Our (}rowinq Coffeqe

Church of the Nazarene 19th and Vermont LA \VRENCE, KANSAS

KIETH C. TAYLOR Pastor

259

We Are For Our College Program 100% L. H. DICKERSON Pastor

BETHANY EAST SIDE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

L.H.CLEGG Pastor

Greetings B. P. C.

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Hooker, Oklahoma

from NORTH FORT WORTH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1900 Gould Avenue Fort Worth, Texas

FLOYD W. AKIN Pastor

260

BORGER

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Corner 2nd & Weatherly BORGER, TEXAS AMOS R. MEADOW, Pastor

Young People's Class

'We Arc Boosters

N.Y.P.S.

For 13ethany-1Peniel C9ollege

@ongratulations to

18. 19. @. Church of the Nazarene Mineral Wells, Texas

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE South4th at Cherry Ave.

6xtenJs

P0NCA CIT Y, 0KLA H0 MA 路 W . D. McGRAW,

eonqralulaliom lo

JR. W. R. McCLURE Pastor

Pastor

261

13. P. e.

Compliments

of

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT A Growing District

Backing DR. W . A. CARTER District . Supt.

A Growing College

TRUSTEES Rev. W . A. Carter Rev. W. H . Johnson 路 Rev. W. R. Donaldson

Rev. R. B. Kelly Rev. H . M. Curtis Rev. B. F. Neely

262

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 9th & Main

NEWTON, KANSAS G

G

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FROM

T

Mr. Frank Quiring, Sunday School Supt.

I N G

Mrs. Walter Beirschbach, WFMS Pres. Mr. Clarence Lindsay, NYPS Pres.

s

R E E T I N G

s

OUR EIGHT BEST REASONS FOR SUPPORTING B. P. C. /

H. W. REED, Th.D. Pastor

Elbert Overholt, Elva Ellen Overholt, Leota Spinks, Kenneth Frey, Verna Frey, Erma Quiring, Elaine Mecum, Naomi Pollard

13est Ofishes for 13ethanlj- Penief Coffeqe

A FRIENDLY CHURCH In The Heart Of A

GREAT STATE

Rev. and Mrs. Frank McConnell

First Church of the Nazarene

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

33rd & C Sts., Lincoln, Nebr. WM. E. THOMPSON, Pastor

311 North Oak Avenue

ADA, OKLAHOMA

A Christian Education Pays 路 Rich Dividends!

263

Greetings and Congratulations Class of '48 from the

ARKANSAS DISTRICT REV.

J. W. HENDRICKSON, Dist. S. S. Chairman

REV. BOYD HANCOCK. Dist. N .Y.P.S. President MRS. FRANCES SHORT, Dist. W .F.M.S. President MRS. RUBY HOLLAND, District Secretary MR. REES POINDEXTER, District Treasurer

J.

W. SHORT District Supt.

Dr. Cantrell, we rejoice because you are privileged to instruct our 800 youths annually in the way of Holiness and to all the students of Bethany-Peniel College we extend an invitation to come over into the Arkansas District and help us build Christ's kingdom and the Church of the Nazarene.

ARKANSAS

N.

We extend greetings to the students and faculty of B.P.C. and wish to take this opportunity to say that the Arkansas N.Y.P.S. is backing you 100% .

Y.

P. S.

. REV. BOYD HANCOCK District Pres.

264

WICHITA fiRST CHURCH

P.

J.

BARTRAM, Pastor

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '48 AND ARROW STAFF

CHURCH of the NAZARENE OUR DEAR SCHOOL, We Greet You! \Ve appreciate your continued contribution to the perpetuation of the Church and the blessed cause of Holiness! May your standards of 'Character, Culture and Christ' lead unerringly to glory! We are boosters for you one hundred percent!

Pastor, H . F. CREWS

HEARNE, W. SPRUCE, Pastor

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

McALLEN, TEXAS

231 West Texas St. DENISON, TEXAS

265

Church School Board

Eighth Grade Girls S. S. Class

BETHANY CHURCH of the NAZARENE

C. B. Strang, D. D. Pastor

Edward Harper S. S. Supt.

Harper L. Cole Ed. Director

Jack Lee NYPS Pres.

Lester L. Dunn Min . of Music

Marie Strang WFMS Pres.

Fifth Grade Week-Day Bible School

Lura Fitz W.F.M.S. Chapter

266

Congratulations To The

CLASS OF '48 From

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE On Almeda Street, One Block North of Six Points

CORPUS CHRISTl, TEXAS SUPPORTING THE WHOLE BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE PROGRAM AND ITS ADMINISTRATORS

L. LEE GAINES, Pastor

Compliments OF

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 211 East Fourth Street

HUTCHINSON, KANSAS

REV. C. L. RODDA

Minister

267

TEMPLE CHURCH of the NAZARENE 3rd Street At Avenue H Temple, Texas REV. MAURICE E. TURNER Pastor for 8 Years

MRS. ALINE TURNER Sunday School Supt. for 7 Years

GREETINGS:

CHARACTER

Bethany-Peniel College Zone CULTURE

B. P. C. Students

Churches and Pastors

CHRIST

WE BELIEVE REV. & MRS. WILSON

IN THE PURPOSE OF BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

First Church of the Nazarene

MEMORIAL

CARTHAGE, MISSOURI

Church of the Nazarene MUSKOGEE, OKLA. REV. E.. C. WILSON Pastor

THAINE SANFORD, Pastor

STUDENTS FROM OUR CHURCH Ted and Janice Cottam

Leon and Mary Cason

268

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 'The Singing Church" 901 N. W. 6th Street

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

R. T. WILLIAMS, JR. "The Singing Pastor" J. RAYMOND PARKER Director of Music

269

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KANSAS DISTRICT Salutes Her B. P. C. Students RAY HANCE, District Superintendent

C. L. RODDA, District NYPS President

C. E. ROWLAND, Church School Board Chairmna

MISS RUTH \VILLIAMS District WFMS President

271

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Harrison at Forty-first

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

WE SUPPORT THE COLLEGE WITH OUR PRAYERS, WITH OUR YOUNG PEOPLE, AND WITH OUR MONEY.

Pastor: A. Milton Smith, D. D. Assistant: Robert E. Harding Music Director: Ray Moore Organist: Mrs. Robert A. Edwards Sunday School Supt. : Floyd C. Davis Youth Supervisor: Eugene Verbeck Pres. W .F.M.S.: Mrs. Phil Milburn Pres. N.Y.P.S.: Fred J. Parker Sec. to Pastor: Mrs. Robert Harding

A. MILTON SMITH, Pastor

272

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS J. A. REED Music Director

REV. AGNES W. DIFFEE Pastor

CHARLES F. WILSON Pianist

"A RADIO BEACON FOR CHRIST!" OVER STATION KARK, 920 on your dial

OYe o{re ProuJ Of Our StuJents !In 13. P

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Charles Harrell Mary E. Herrin Johnnie Johnson Neil Hightower Faye Hollis Edith Cheek Joe Diffie Carolyn Knippers Venita Trager Maxine Carl Mary L. Trager Ray J. Brakebill Ted Hollingsworth John Mills

273

FLOYD W. ROWE Dist. Pres. J. LEWIS EMMERT 1st Vice Pres. FLOYD P. SMITH 2nd Vice Pres. MRS. W. D. McGRAW 3rd Vice Pres. VERNON SNOWBARGER Sec. and Treas.

CAMP DATES: AUG. 2-6

Greetings to Our College

SOUTHSIDE CHURCH of the NAZARENE 1519 S. E. 29th

Phone 6-8094

OKLAHOMA CITY

GREETINGS FROM

CHURCH of the NAZARENE W. Bow & Ellis

TYLER, TEXAS Ralph Wright Dir. of Mus.

Rev. F. W. Fike Pastor

( ex-BPC Student)

1215 N . Ross

Ph . 3653 ( ex-BPC Student)

NYPS Pres. Mrs. J. J. Chisum Junior Supervisor, Mrs. H . Ginn

S. S. Supt. J. J. Chisum (ex-BPC Student) WFMS President, Mrs. H. A. Murray

274

OAKWOOD CHURCH of the NAZARENE 7118 Rosewell Street

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Greets Her Students In Bethany-Peniel College WARD B. CHANDLER Pastor

and

~

G. Chandler

Dr. Cantrell, Faculty and Students

N. Hilton

BEST WISHES Rev. & Mrs. Curtis Smith

to

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE and the

CLASS OF 1948

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT

TRINITY

N. Y. P. S.

CHURCH of the NAZARENE DALLAS, TEXAS

275

£;}reetings from the

Rev. & Mrs. D. M. Duke

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

ABENATHY, TEXAS

Erdeene Clegg, NYPS Pres.

276

CULTURE

CI-IARACTER

CI-IRIST

OUR COLLEGE IS THE ANSWER TO YOUR PROBLEM CCize Problem of the 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 the ekurck: Where can we fulfill our obligation to our youth and who will 路train our future workers?

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

BETHANY -PENIEL COLLEGE Bethan~,

Oklahoma

277

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STUDENT DIRECTORY ADAMS, EUGENE 506 N. Redman Bethany, Okla. ADKINS, DORIS MAE 415 E. LOGAN Guthrie, Okla. AKERS, BEULAH Hooker, Okla. ALEXANDER, NINA MAE 412 East Tenth Hutchinson, Kans. ALEXANDER, KENNETH LEON 412 East Tenth Hutchinson, Kans.

ARMSTRONG, VESTAL 1215 E. Lead Ave. Albuquerque, N. Mex. ARMSTRONG, KENNETH 1215 E. Lead Ave. Albuquerque, N. Mex. ARMOLD, JACK D. 2935 N. W. 12th Oklahoma City, Okla. ARNOLD, WINOLA MAE Monument, Kans. ASMUSSEN, VIRGINIA Route I, Box 298 Sioux City 18, Iowa ASMUSSEN, DAVID DANIEL

ALLISON, MARTHA JOYCE Route I 2310 Terminal Drive M orn"Iton, Ark. s路 wux c路tty 18 , Iowa ALEXANDER, LAWRENCE RAy BAKER, WILSON DENSON Route 2 Box 46 Jacksonville, Texas Qu~ City, Texas ALLISON, PATRICIA BACHER, ARCHIE 0, Jr. 4749 N. 16th 424 W. Padon Phoenix, Arizona Blackwell, Okla. ALLISON, ROBERT M. BAILEY, ELIZABETH 4749 N. 16th Cameron, N. Mex. Phoenix, Arizona BAKER, WANDA ALLTOP, FRANK Helena, Okla. 123 N. Peniel BAKER, NOVA Bethany, Okla. Box 46 ALSOBROOK, McRICHEY Queen City, Texas 140 I So. Fillmore St. BAKER, ELAINE Amarillo, Texas 518 E. Chestnut ATWOOD, ALVIN RAY Carthage, Mo. Route 3, Box 34a BAKER, CHARLENE Alexandria, La. 205 N. Donald ATWOOD, JIMMY ROY Bethany, Okla. Route 3, Box 34a BAKER, BILL Alexandria, La. Box 46 Queen City, Texas ATTAWAY, VUREL DEAN 307 N. W. First BALL, MABEL LORENE Bethany, Okla. 417 Ellis Wichita, Kans. ATTAWAY, CHARLES ALLEN BALDWIN, WILLIAM ALDEAN 204 S. W. Avenue Wister, Okla. Bethany, Okla. BALDWIN, JACK, Jr. ANDREW, LORA ALMA 170 E. Alma Bethany, Okla. Beaumont, Texas ANDREW, J. C. BALDWIN, OLIVER RICHARD 712 N. Beaver Star Route Bethany, Okla. Palacios, Texas ANDREW, VINA CONSTANCE BALDWIN, HOWARD EARL Route 6, Box 1386 Star Route Phoenix, Arizona Palacios, Texas ANDREWS, GEORGE DANIEL BALDWIN, GLORIA PORTER 44 5 Washington St. Box 288 Royersford, Pa. Alice, Texas ANDERSON, LOA JEAN BALLARD, ALBERT WINFORD Ill Moreland Ave. S. E. Box 461 Atlanta, Georgia Sulphur Springs, Texas

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BARRETT, BETTY JANE Box 96 Mason, Texas BARR, GLENNA DELL Route 2, Box 485 Galena, Kansas BASS, DALE VERNON Dixon, Nebr. BEAN, JOE LECESTER 712 Stephens Duncan, Okla. BEATY, JUNE AVIS Route I Galena, Kansas BEAVER, WANDA JOY 200 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. BEAVER, DORIS DARLENE 200 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. BEBOUT, MEREDITH S. Box 658 Blythe, Calif. BEBOUT, MATILDA PHIPPS Box 491 Henryetta, Okla. BEHANNON, EMMA CATHRYN 1025 East 14th St. Houston, Texas

BLANKENSHIP, LEE HAROLD Denison, Texas BLOODWORTH, GEORGE WALT Route I, Box 110 Alma, Okla. BOCKMANN, FERN ELAINE 1317 A St. Aurora, Nebr. BOHANNAN, LUTHER DOUGLAS 807 North College Brady, Texas BOHANNAN, WILLIAM ROBERT 319 S. Crockett San Benito, Texas BOHANNON, RAYMOND M. 2428 Manchester E. St. Louis, Ill. BOLERJACK, FRANCIS H. 605 E. 50th Oklahoma City, Okla. BOLERJACK, GENEVA Bethany, Okla. BOLERJACK, R. T. 511 W. Walnut Independence, Kans. BORCHERS, RUTH NEOMA Meade, Kansas BOWMAN, JOY FRANCES Bethany, Okla. BRAKEBILL, RAY 1405 Commerce Little Rock, Ark.

BELL, IVA LOUISE ll05 Cave Springs El Dorado, Kans. BENSON, LAVONIA LEE Box 642 BRANDON, ALMA RUTH Lamesa Texas 127 N. Cheyenne BERESFO~D MARY ELISABETH Bartlesville, Okla. Route 9 Box 147 BRANDT, DEAN DELOSS Waco, Texas 1020 East 6th Topeka, Kans. BERGEN, CHARLES RICHARD 1208 East Maple BRASWELL, AUDREY LEE McPherson, Kans. Box 24 Carriyo, Texas BESSIRE, GERALDINE MARIE 209 Line BRAZELTON, WOODROW W. 1625 Cape Hillsboro, Texas San Angelo, Texas BILYEU, ILA GRACE BRIGHT, HUGH MORGAN 1206 Lewis 705 S. Roberts Stillwater, Okla. El Reno, Okla. BIRDWELL, THEO BREWER, MATTIE BESS Rt. 2, Box 207 307 N. Peniel Mercedes, Texas Bethany, Okla. BIRDWELL, JAMES W. BRISCOE, MARLENE ISAACS Rt. 2, Box 207 II I N. College Mercedes, Texas Bethany, Okla. BLAKE, MARY JUANITA BRISCOE, PAUL VERNON 606 W. Sixth ll6 N. College Quanah, Texas Bethany, Okla. BLANCHARD, LOTTIE LOUISE BISCOE, WOODY LEE 4028 Camp St.. 1027 E. Indian School New Orleans, La. Phoenix, Ariz.

BRISCOE, BIRDIE LOU Box 405 Kaw City, Okla. BROWN, RICHARD Route 1 El Reno, Okla.

CARLISLE, HAROLD GOODWIN CLEM, VIRGINIA LEE 1108 So. Main 602 South Judson Temple, Texas Fort Scott, Kans. CARROLL, BILLY DEE CROUCH, VIOLA GRACE Bm~4

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, Bransdall, Okla. Alvin, Texas CARROLL, ROBERT EARL COALE, JOHN LAWRENCE BROWN, RICHARD HAROLD Box 744 Box 553 Route l Bransdall, Okla. Grove, Okla. Grannis, Ark. CARTER, RUTH E. COLBY, DAVID DANIEL BROWN, ODIS RAYMOND 1020 E. Thompson 111 So. 13th CRAWFORD, TILLMAN AUSTI 400 N. Peniel Sapulpa, Okla. Garden City, Kansas Oklahoma City, Okla. Bethany, Okla. CARTER, JAMES WILBUR COLE, HARPER LEROY CRENSHAW, DONALD EUGEI BROWN, VIVIAN RUTH 1021 E. Thompson 307 N. College 1420 Springfield Box 458 Sapulpa, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. Bethany, Okla. CARTER, ROBERT EARL COLEMAN, GEORGE WOODIE CRILLY, DOROTHY M. BROWN, GERON LAWSON 4137 S. 31st W. Ave. 501 N. W . Second Box 181 237 Second St., S. E. Tulsa, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. New Philadelphia, Ohio CARTER, VIRGIL LEE COLLINS, FRANCIS CARL CROSS, ELIZABETH BROWN, NAOMI MAE 1437 S. W. 30th Route 2 700 N. Mueller 115 N. Mueller Oklahoma City, Okla. Arapaho, Okla . Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. CATE, MILDRED LUCILLE COMMONS, VESTA JANE BROWNING, MOLLIE JOAN CROSS, HENRY ALLEN 1862 Fifth Ave. 515 East 7 St. 322 N. Redmand 2233 N. W . Park Sacramento, Calif. Hutchinson, Kans. Bethany, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. CHALMERS, LAWRENCE W. CONRAD, ERNEST BRUMMETT, NETA LOU 125 West Fourth CUNNINGHAM, ESTHER JANI Box 172 Route 3 1701 W . Division Eldorado, Kansas Towanda, Kansas Shattuck, Okla. Box 85 CHANDLER, INEZ GENEVA COOK, BETTY JEAN Henryetta, Okla. BURNEY, MURRELL LA MERE 7118 Roswell Route 2 324 S. E. 18th Houston 9, Texas Melrose, N. Mex. DOROUGH, JANIL DURLING Oklahoma City, Okla. CHAMBERS, EUNICE EUGENIA COOK. PAULINE LOIS 301 Raymond St. Donalsonville, Ga. 605 School BURKE, MARY AGNES Bowie, Texas Route 1 CHAPMAN, PEARL ELIZABETH Hot Springs, Ark. DARDON, MARY DEVONA Carl Junction, Mo. Box 191 路 COOPER, ERNEST LEON 812 N. Central Harrah, Okla. Box 245 BURTON, LEONARD Bethany, Okla. 514 S. W. Terrill CHEEK, EDITH BEATRICE Melrose, N. Mex. DAVENPORT, LEE WARD Bethany, Okla. 201 Ridgeway COPPOCK, BONNIE RUTH 204 S. Asbury Little Rock, Ark. 1009 E. Eighth BUTLER, RENEE ELIZABETH Bethany, Okla. Albany, Okla. CHEVEALLIER, LULA PAULINE Coffeyville, Kans. DAVENPORT, LILLIE MAE Box 305 CORDELL, FRANCES A. Route 1, Box 48 CAMPBELL, WALDO RUSSELL . Olla, La. Box 547 Pineland, Texas Miltonvale, Kansas CHRISTENSEN, VALDEMAR, JR. Bethany, Okla. DAVIDSON, ORIN WINDLE 2301 S. Water CORDELL, JOE GLYN CAMPBELL, RICHARD EDWIN 618 Fifth Wichita 11, Kansas Route 1 119 South Florence Oswego, Kans. Claremore, Okla. Beebe, Ark. CLARK, JOSEPH WENDELL Box 28 CORNELIUS, WANDA LOU DAVIS, CAROLYN CANTRELL, BAILEY Route 3 3539 Garfield Staunton, Indiana 220 S. Fourth Altus, Okla. Kansas City, Kans. CLARK, LLOREE ROSE West Helena, Ark. 4121 W. 19th COTTAM, JANICE DAVIS, WAYMAN FONTAINE CANTRELL, ALMA DEAN 616 lwing Box 74 Topeka, Kansas 220 S. Fourth West Helena, Ark. CLAY, PEGGY Muskogee, Okla. Pearl, Texas路 713 Merian COTTAM, TED WOODWARD DAVIS, THURMAN FREDRIC! CARDEN, REBA WEST 146 Hampshire 1428 S. Eighth Pelly, Texas Box 309 Poteau, Okla. CLEGG, ELSIE LORETTA Lowell, Mass. Chickasha, Okla. Route 1, Box 382 COUCHMAN, VIRGINIA MARIE DAVIS, BOB STEVEN CARDEN, ROBERT LEO Longview,' Washington Bethany, Okla. Route 3 Box 363 Poteau, Okla. CLEGG, MELBOURNE DULAN COVELL, LAWRENCE LEE Carthage, Mo. 1001 West Second DAVIS, JOHN EDWARD 2112 Loving Ave. CARGILL, GEORGE ORVAL Fort \Vorth, .Texas Pittsburg, Kans. Mason, Texas路 Fillmore, Okla. CLEGG, NITA COX, TOMMYE JUNE DAVIS; FLOYD CARLTON CARL, MAXINE Hud Route Box 435 3539 Garfield 3015 W. Twelfth Bethany, Okla. Rotan, Texas Kansas City, Kans. Little .Rock, Ark. COZBY, ADALENE CLEM, OLIVER DOUGLAS DEMPSEY, DAVID EDWARD CARLSON, IRENE 1012 Gore Blvd. 110 N. College No. 4 602 South Judson 1810 S. Blvd. Fort Scott, Kans. Conway, Ark. Lawton, Okla. Bethany, Okla.

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DICKENS, JOE ALLEN Rt. 3, Box 16 Conway, Ark. DIFFEE, JOE THOMAS 1623 West 23rd St. Little Rock, Ark. DILLARD, BILLY JOE Box 934 Tahoka, Texas DIAMOND, MINNIE BLANCHE 211 N. CoJlege Bethany, Okla. DODSON, WILBUR TAYLOR 106% S. E. Main Bethany, Okla. DODD, CHARLES ELBERT Box 606 Vivian, La. DOING, PEGGY JUNE 715 N . First Ponca City, Okla . DOLE, ELIZABETH EVALEE 3554 Howard St. Omaha, Neb. DOLE, WALTER DWIGHT 3554 Howard St. Omaha, Ncb. DONOHO, EDWARD K. Floyd, Texas DOUGHARTY, WILBURN T . 3895 Ogden Beaumont, Texas DOUGHERTY, FLOYD HELEN General Delivery SivelJs Bend, Texas

DOWNS, CHARLES RALPH Breaus Bridge, La. DRAPER, BILL DENSON Box 33 Queen City, Texas DUDNEY, BENNETT L. 2013 Pine Texarkana, Texas DUFFY, AVIS Route 2 Bowdon, Ga . DUKE, MARGARET ANNE 1302 East 12th AmariJlo, Texas DORRIS, ROBERT WARD 822 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. )ICKERSON, M. MAURINE 204 S. Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. WER, BETTIE MAE 1106 West Eighth RosweJI, N. Mex. ~ ASLEY,

REBECCA JEAN 3311 N. W . 28th Oklahoma City, Okla.

:LAM, FEALON B. Duncan, Okla.

ELDER, MARION SHERWOOD Box 472 Malden, Mo. ELKINS, JACQUITA LEA 103 N. Xanthus Tulsa, Okla. ELLIS, JAMES WILLIAM 625 Jane St. Charleston, W. Va. EMMERT, ISAAC ERVIN Texola, Okla. EMMERT, HENRY C . 920 N . W . 45th Oklahoma City, Okla. EMMERT, THURMAN EARL Rt. 3, Box 61 WeJlington, Texas EMRICH, ROBERT -LEE Miltonvale, Kans. ESTER, THELMA JUNE Muluone, Kansas EUDALEY, MALCOLM F. Route 1 Freeport, Texas EVANS, GERALDINE Rt. 1, Box 180 Westlake, La. EVANS, GERALDINE LUCILLE 5940 N. W. 40th Oklahoma City, Okla. EVANS, MARY JEANNE 867 N . Sam Houston San Benito, Texas EVANS, MARY JESSIE 5940 N. W. 40th Oklahoma City, Okla. EVERHART, CURRAN FLOYD Ness City, Kans. FULTON, FRANCES SHARP 3811 Holmes St. DaJlas, Texas FARR, AUDREY LEE 17 32 W . Sixth Texarkana, Texas FAULKNER, DARTHYMARIE 21 3 English St. Houston, Texas FECHNER, JOHN CHARLES Route 3 Shattuck, Okla. FERGUSON, JOHN ROBERT Box 2 Atlanta, Texas FETTERS, BOB RAY Box 383 \Vatonga, Okla . F IKE, FRED F. 1215 N. Ross Tyler, Texas FIRESTONE, WILLIAM 0 . Route 6 McAlester, Okla.

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GEORGE, BETTY ELLYN 315 E. Park Waurika, Okla. GEORGE, L. CANTLEY FLICK, JACOB WILLIS Box 86 516 Va. Ave. La Villa, Texas Martinsburo, W. Va . GEURIN, CARL FLOYD, JOHN H. Gen. Del. 311 N . CoJlege Benton, Ark . Bethany, Okla. GHOLSON, LAWRENCE W. FOSTER, BONNIE INEZ Bivins, Texas Cleo Springs, Okla. GILBERT, RONALD EDWARD FOSTER, JAMES L. I 08 S. Cumberland 401 N. W. First DaJlas, Texas Bethany, Okla. GILHAM, THOMAS FRANKLIN FRANCES, KATHERINE JEAN 1821 South 1Oth St. 337 Front Ave. Fort Smith, Ark. N'ew Philadelphia, Ohio GILBERT, JAMES RICHARD 112 E. Spring St. FRANKLIN, PAUL DWIGHT Sherman, Texas Box 934 GILL, MARY FRANCES Frederick, Okla. 212 S. CoJlege FRANKLIN, ROY JOSEPH Bethany, Okla. Ford, Kansas MARVIN GERALD GILLEY, FRANZEN, RUBENA VIOLA Route 3 Route I Nash, Okla . Burns, Kansas GILLHAM,_JEANNEAN FREY, KENNETH OLIN 715 Edgemere 1203 High BlackweJI, Okla. Newton, Kansas GIRARD, M. MARGARET FRY, GEORGIAMAE 316 N. Bickford 1119 East Seventh El Reno, Okla. Hutchinson, Kans. GLADNEY, ERNEST MILLER FUDGE, MARY ELIZABETH 403 N. Peniel 612 S. Louisa Bethany, Okla. _ Shawnee, Okla. GLAZE, HAROLD JACKSON FULTON, CLARENCE CECIL 2015 Orange 3719 York St. No. Little Rock, Ark. DaJlas, Texas GODKIN, FORREST ADRIAN GARBER, BILLY GENE Route 1, Box 103 Route 2 Port Arthur, Texas Galena, Kansas GOODE, LOYCE Rt. 1, Box 34 GAE,BER, BUD J. Alvin, Texas Route 2 Galena, Kansas GRANT, CHAD EDISON Box 488 GARBER, EMMA LUTICIA <:;rand Salii1e, Texas 2612 N. Francis St. GRANT, DWIGHT LARRY Oklahoma City 6, Okla. Melrose, N . Mex. GARDNER, JOHN GRANT, MAVIS NORMAN 404 E. Kansas Meade, Kansas Box 454 Grand Saline, Texas GARRETT, CARL RAYMOND GRANT, WYATT DWAIN 1706 N. Elgin Tulsa, Okla. Melrose, N . Mex. GARRETT, GLENNIS VIRJEANE GRA YES, DOROTHY IMOGENE 313 N . W . Second Hardesry, Okla. Bethany, Okla. GRAY, ROBERT LOUIS 914 N. Mayo GARRISON, LILLIAN OPAL Compton, Calif. 214 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. GREEN, HENRY LOYD 702 Lawrence Ave. GARSEE, JARRELL WILLIS TerreJI, Texas Tuttle, Okla. GREEN, IRMA YVONNE GATLIN, VERDA M. Route 3 Rt. 10, Box 147 Oklahoma City 7, Okla. Augusta, Kans. FLETCHER, CHARLES JERRY 903 Eleventh St. Lake Charles. La .

GREGG, JUANITA JEWEL Route 3, Box 39 Post, Texas GROFF, ANNA RUTH Iberia, Mo. GUY, MARION ORIN 922 N. Sycamore Ottawa, Kansas HAKES, ROBERT EARL Onondaga, Mich. HALE, DEJUANA 508 N. College Bethany, Okla. HALE, ELWOOD C. 508 N. College Bethany, Okla. HALE, JUNE ARLYS 2415 S. Phoenix Tulsa 7, Okla. HALE, MILDRENE LOUISE 739 N. Louisa Shawnee, Okla. HALEY, IVA DELL 504 East Second Roswell, N. Mex. HALL, GEORGE DAVID 42 S.E. Kansas McPherson, Kans. IIALFORO, MARIE Route 5 Ada, Okla. HALL, GUY WALTER Box A路HO Camarillo, Calif. HALL, PEGGY JOYCE 319 S. Crockett San Benito, Texas HALL, J. WALTER, JR. 312 College St. Bethany, Okla. HAMILTON, JAMES DAVID 504 Walnut Hayes, Kansas HAMMAN, JEANNE 3022 N. Place Oklahoma City, Okla. HAMMERSTROM, LEROY P. 411 Corby Omaha, Nebr. HARDIN, DEWEY MELVIN 927 Maple Muskogee, Okla. HARLAN, GLENDENA RUTH 220 E. Florence Blackwell, Okla. HARMON, WESLE_Y LEE 1214 N.E. 20th Oklahoma City, Okla. HARPER, EDWARD HAROLD 305 N.W . Main Bethany, Okla. HARRIS, EUNICE V ASHTIE 116 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla.

HARRIS, POLLY 105 South Ave. Hot Springs, Ark. HAYES, NADINE 710 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. HARPER, HELEN MARIE 305 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. HARRELL, CHARLES RAND 2323 West 12th Little Rock, Ark . HARRIS, FLOYD IRWIN Buffalo, Mo. HARRIS, HUBERT RANDOLPH Gravette, Ark. HARRIS, INA EARLENE 114 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. HARRISON, CHARLES RAY Rt. 1, Box 20 Mabelvale, Ark. HARRIS, MORMA JEAN 704 N. College Bethany, Okla. HARRISON, ELIZABETH ALLEN 104% S. Donald Bethany, Okla. HARRISON, JACK BARHAM 10135 Atlantic Ave. Southgate, Calif. HARRISON, TRAVIS JACOB 104% South Donald Bethany, Okla. HAWKINS, MAURINE 602 Weaver St. Emporia, Kans. HAYGOOD, ROBBIE RA YE 205 Raguet St. Lufkin, Texas HAWORTH, BONNIE LEE 1002 Merrie! Houston, Texas HEAP, HARLAN VICTOR 531 North Taylor El Dorado, Kans. HEARN, LLOYD MILTON 2911 Merrimac Ft. Worth, Texas HECK, DONELL Rt. 5, Box 387 Ft. Worth, Texas HENDERSON, MARGARET Iota, La. HENDRIX, PAUL RAY Route 1 Quanah, Texas HENEGER, CLARENCE 0 . 110 West Johnson Norman, Okla . HERNDON, ALTA Bynumville, Mo. HERNDON, ALVA EUGENE May, Okla.

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HOOVER, DANIEL C. Illinois Bend, Texas HERRICK, LEONARD WALTER HOOVER, EDNA LOUISE 9Ist & Antioch Rd. Johnson, Kans. Overland Park, Kans. HERRIN, MARY ELLEN HOOVER, LORELLE I 531 Oakwood 500 N. Redmond St. Memphis, Tenn. Bethany, Okla. HICK, JOHN ARLIN HOOVER, MYRTLE 1618 S. W . Binkley Box 96 Oklahoma City, Okla. Illinois Bend, Texas HIGHTOWER, NEIL E. HOPKINS, LENA EVELENE 823 Rice 412 East 8th Little Rock, Ark. Chandler, Okla. HILL, DOROTHY CHARLENE HOPKINS, PHYLLIS GAIL 1031 W . Brooks Route 1 Norman, Okla. Udall, Kans. HORTON, KENNETH DONA HILLERY, HENRY LEE Box 576 Russell Springs, Kans. Carnegie, Okla. HILLERY, VIVIAN LUCILLE HOUGHTLING, LAWRENCE Russell Springs, Kans. Route 2 HILLERY, WILMA FAY San Benito, Texas Russell Springs, Kans. HOWERTON, JOANNA LOU HILTON, NORMA FAYE 1820 N. Denver 7133 Roswell Tulsa, Okla. Houston 9, Texas HOWERTON, NORMAN M. Route 2 HOAG, VIRGINIA LYNN Perkins, Okla. 503 N. Willow Bethany, Okla. HOWLAND, GENEVA RUT! 1410 Third St. HODGES, MARION LEON Woodward, Okla. 5400 Kansas City Ave. Overland Park, Kans. HUDSON, BILL JOE 1803 W. Archer HODGES, MARTHA Tulsa, Okla. 918 Blue Jacket Blvd. Shawnee, Kans. HUFF, JOHN WADE Shawmut, Ala. HOFFPAUIR, AUDREY ANNA Route 3, Lake St. HUFF, ROBER FREDERICK Lake Charles, La. Box 192 Shawmut, Ala. HOFFPAUIR, HELEN JUNE Rt. 2, Box 453 HUMAN, BARBARA ROSALII Lake Charles, La. 1123 Husband Stillwater, Okla. HOFFPAUIR, LOIS E. Rt. 2, Box 453 HURLESS, LAUNA C . Lake Charles, La. Route 1 Dennison, Ohio HOFFPAUIR, WILMA DEAN 717 Gem. Mouton !MEL, EVELYN JEAN Lafayette, La. 2200 Ohio St. HOGAN, EMMA JEAN Lawrence, Kans. Rt. 7, Box 392 INGLE, JUNELLA Pine Bluff, Ark. Route 1 HOGAN, GERALDINE Antlers, Okla. 1415 Morland ISAACS, MILDRED LUCILLI Norman, Okla. 11 7 S. College HOLLAND, ZANE FRANCIS Bethany, Okla. Craig, Mo. ISAACS, RALEIGH H. HOLLINGSWORTH, MEREDITH 119 S. College 107% S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. HOLLIS, ALBERTA FAYE JAMES, DICK 2909 19th St. 2324 West Eighth Port Arthur, Texas Little Rock, Ark. JAMESON, PHYLLIS JUAN!' HOLLIS, ROBERT E. Route 2 1428 Kansas Ave. Geary, Okla. Chickasha, Okla.

JARED, CLARA FRANCES 305 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. JARED, RALPH GLENN 305 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. JENKINS, LUTHER LEON 3902 Ensor Ave. Columbia 60, S. C . JENNINGS, PAUL ROYCE Box 28 Kosse, Texas JOHNSON, JOHNNIE FAYE 162 5 Sycamore N. Little Rock, Ark. JOHNSON, MILTON R. Box 126 Hamlin, Texas

KEMENDO, FRANK JOE 313 N. W . Third Bethany, Okla.

LADD, FORREST EARL, JR. Tulsa, Okla. LAING, KEITH LA VERNE 16 30 14th St. KEMENDO, VERA CHRISTINE Lubbock, Texas 313 N. W . Third Bethany, Okla. LANGFORD, BECKY ZULA Delmar, Ky. KEPLINGER, KENNETH LANGFORD, CHARLES C. 202 W. Broadway Gainesville, Fla. Elk City, Okla. LADMAN, ELSIE MAE KERSTEN, MYRON JAKE Esther, Mo. Percival, Iowa LARGO, JAMES RICHARD KETCHUM, MARINELL LOU 117 N. Peniel 403 N. W . Second Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. LASATER, PATRICIA LEE KILPATRICK, RAYMOND DOLE 3100 N. W . 25th 710 East 7th Oklahoma City, Okla. Pawhuska, Okla . LAW, LUCILLE MEREDITH JOHNSON, WILLIAM WAYNE KIFER, BOYD R. Rt. 1, Box 87 1103 Birch 1220 Chestnut Duquoin, Kans. Sweetwater, Texas Muskogee, Okla . LAW, RICHARD WILLIAM JOHNSTON, RAYMOND W . Green Garden Drive KING, EARL GENE Box 393 Hutchinson, Kans. 411 N. Mueller Socarro, N. Mex . Bethany, Okla. LAWRENCE, DORIS ARLINE JONES, ORVILLE EASTLAND 128 N. Donald KNIGHT, MARSELLE CLEO 217 Monroe Ave. Okla. Bethany, 220 East Plane Dr. Clarksdale, Miss. LAWS, WILLIAM R. Lakeland, Florida JONES, CHARLES RAY Glencove, Texas KIRBY, GLENN OTTIS Rt. 5, Box 332 LAWSON, CHESTER CALVIN 3618 Campbell Lufkin, Texas Gen. Del. Kansas City, Mo. JONES, LULA BESS Lexington, Okla. Box 172 KNIPPERS, CAROLYN LEDBETTER, VERNON EMOL Hamlin, Texas 1623 West 23rd 307 N. Donald Little Rock, Ark. JONES, ELIZABETH ANN Bethany, Okla. 140 3 East 77th KNIPPERS, RUTH ELIZABETH LEE, JACK HEWITT Kansas City 5, Mo. Box 328 Rt. 2 Box 7ZBB Many, La. Baga Kusa, La. KANNADY, ROBERT THOMAS KNIPPERS, DAVID HAROLD LEE, OUIDA WALDROP Route 1 420 Lawrence Rt. 4 Collinsville, Okla. Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Brookhaven, Miss. KARNS, MELVA JEAN KNIPPERS, EDWARD C. LEE, M. PAULINE Ford, Kansas Box 328 924 Manvel KARNS, WINIFRED COLLEEN Many, La. Chandler, Okla. Ford, Kansas KNIPPERS, LORA LEE LEMAY, MARJORIE EVELYN KEDY, CHARLES ALBERT 420 Lawrence Rt. 3 303 S. Donald Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Siloam Springs, Ark. Bethany, Okla. KNIPPERS, SHURAL G . LEMMONS, ROY JAMES KEE, VELMA LEE 420 Lawrence Box 232 211 W. Franklin Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Bethany, Okla. Electra, Texas KNUDSON, BONNIE ROSE LESTER, HOWARD MONROE KENNEDY, IVA WANICE So. Sioux City, Nebr. York, Nebr. Box 252 N. Bo KNUDSON, RUSSELL BURNETT LEWIS NELLIE MAE Hooker, Okla. Sioux City, Iowa Be;hany, Okla. KEETON, BURL ALVIN KOUNTER, J. IVAN LEWIS CLARK HENRY 307 East 35th 313 West Second Be;hany, Okla. Austin, Texas Coffeyville, Kans. KEETON, EVELYN M . KNULL, THURMAN DALE LEWIS, BILL WAITE 1511 East 8th Box 485 309 Maple Pueblo, Colo. Duncan, Okla. Grand Saline, Texas LIGHT, DOLLENE KELLOGG, DOROTHY EVELYN KRAFT, VIRGINIA MAE Alexander Lane Rt. 4 5512 Nail Ave. Bethany, Okla. Guthrie, Okla. Mission, Kans. KELSO, MARY LO.U 241 N. Dons Ana Dr. Albuquerque, N. Mex.

KRUSE, CARL WILLIAM 503 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

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LISTER, ZELMA MAXINE 745 S. W. 35th' Oklahoma City, Okla. LOCKE, JERALD 107 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla . LOCKHART, WILLIAM C. Rt. 4 Springdale, Ark. LONG, DOROTHY LUCILLE 310 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. LORETTE, N. BERNARD 308 N. W. First Bethany, Okla. LUNN, MERVEL SAMUEL, JR. 21 East 57th St. Kansas City, Mo. LOUGHRIDGE, WILLIAM H. Rt. 2 Wister, Okla. LUTHER, MARY FRANCES Many, La. LYNCH, W. M. 117짜.! N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. McALLASTER, WENDALE E. Tribune, Kans. McARTHUR, LLOYD GLENN 118 North Okla . Mangum, Olda. McCALL, CHARLES 114 N. W . Second Bethany, Okla. McCLELLAND, ROBERT F. 609 North Star Hutchinson, Kans. McCLELLAND, GAYLE JEAN Rt. 1 Burrton, Kans. McCLURE, JAMES Mineral Wells, Texas McCOMBS, FULLER OWEN Enid, Okla. McDONALD, CLAUDE D. 2319 N. Dewey Oklahoma City, Okla. McKAY, VICTORIA LEA 2802 Frederick St. Shreveport, La. McGILL, VAN LANE 302 N. College Bethany, Okla. McLAIN, MARIGLYN 118 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. McPHERSON, THELMA J. 40 S. Alleghany El Dorado, Kans. MAHANNAH, MAURICE LEE 210 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

MAKES CRY, ALBERT, Jr. 306 N. W . Sixth St. Bethany, Okla. MANEY, ELSIE RUTH Rt. I, Box 136 D. Burkburnett, Texas MANN, STEPHEN WALTER 707 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. MANNING, MINNIE LOU 214 S. Asbury _ Bethany, Okla. MANSVELD, WILBUR LEE Bethany, Okla . MARSH , ARCHIE HERSHEL Rt. I Austin, Colo. MARTIN, TOMIE S. 112 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. MASON, LEWIS ALEXANDER 110 S. Donald Bethany, Okla . MEADOR, DOUGLAS EUGENE 209 East Second Borger, Texas MECUM, DORIS ELAINE Rt. 2 Kinsley, Kans. MEEK, LESTER ALLEN Box 2 Orange, Texas MESSER, EMMILENE 616 E. 26 Pl. No. Tulsa, Okla. METZGER, SUE REDFORD Rt. 3 El Reno, Okla. MEWES, EVELYN LENORA Box 190 Fairbury, Neb. MEGASON, PHILLIP HUGH Box 537 Henderson, Texas MIDDLETON, JAMES ALLEN Rt. 1 Woodbine, Kans. MILBURN, CHARLES LEAROY 51 7 Grove St. Conway, Ark . MILLER, BERNICE IRENE Rt. 1 Stillwater, Okla . MILLER, MARY MOFFAT 201 N. College Bethany, Okla. MILLER, RUTH CONSTANCE 201 N. College Bethany, Okla. MILLER, WENDELL LEROY 201 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. MILLS, JOHN AARON 1004 Woodrow St. Little Rock, Ark.

MINYARD, MILLIE 618 East Oak Portales, N. Mex.

MULLINS, GEORGE C., JR . Box 445 Clarksville, Ark. !'dYERS, DORIS ELIZABETII 4144 Euclid Kansas City, Mo.

MIZEa, DALE MARIE 1109 Crane St. Sweetwater, Tex.

OWENS, DONALD DEAN 820 Grand Joplin, Mo.

PADEN, MARY JEAN 3558 N. 59th St. Omaha, Neb. MIZELL, JACKIE JEAN NASH, BETTY GRACE PARKER, GERRE ANN ll 09 Crane St. 14 39 East Third 415 W . 5th St. Sweetwater, Tex. Winfield, Kans. Grand Island, Neb. MOOR, JUNE LEE PARKHURST, MILDRED C. NEAL, ROBERT ARTON Rt. 2 1824 Fifth St. 610 N. Donald Perkins, Okla. \Voodward , Okla. Bethany, Okla. PASSONS, KENNETH EARL MOORE, DONALD C. NEEL, EDNA E. I 33 Third St. 2521 N . 8th St. Box 865 Huber Camp Phoenix, Ariz. Bethany, Okla . Borger, Texas MOORE, DONNA DRUCILLA NELSON, CHARLES EDWARD PARMENTER, CARL F. 2521 N. 8th St. Rogers, Ark. 201 S. Clay St. Phoenix, Ariz. NELSON, DAISY MARIE Denver, Colo. MOORE, JOHNNIE PAULINE Box 873 PARMENTER, LOIS B. Box 332 Punta Gorda, Fla. 201 S. Clay St. McLean, Texas NEWBERRY, AARON JOHN Denver, Colo. MOORE, JUANITA ISABELL 11 7 N. Redmond PATTERSON, ALMA RUTH Rt. 3 Bethany, Okla. Rt. 2 Effingham, Ill. NELSON, VERNA LOUISE Abernathy, Texas MOORE, MYRTLE LORRAINE 1002 N. Ash. PATTON, B. A., Jr. Hill City, Kans. McPherson, Kans. 913 Lawrence NEUENSCHWANDER, DAILE A. Terrell, Texas MOORE, VIRGIE Stidham, Okla. PAYNE, ROBERT CLIFTON 4178 Robinson Borger, Texas NEWCOMB , DON WILLIAM 509 West Main 610 Lincoln Bethany, Okla. MOORE, WILLIAM GOODWIN Sulphur, La. PARRISH , TOMMIE EARLEN 1114 Kings Highway NEWCOMB, MARGIE VAUGHAN 101 N. Asbury Dallas, Texas Rt. 4 Bethany, Okla. MORGAN, HAROLD ROY McKinney, Texas PARRISH, MILTON BAINE 5323 Park Ave. NEWMAN, GWENDOLYN JUNE 101 N. Asbury Fort Smith, Ark. Rt. 4, Box 411 Bethany, Okla . MORGAN, OPAL MELISSA Joplin, Mo. PERKINS, BONNIE EDWIN Wister, Okla. NEWMAN, SHIRLEY EILEEN Rt. 1 MORRISETT, WANDA LOU Rt. 4, Box 411 Post, TeJ~as 1225 Ash Joplin, Mo. PERKINS, MARY ALICE Muskogee, Okla. NICHOLS JANE CAROLINE 833 Maple MORRISON, THELMA TINSLEY 1101 Pine St. Yukon, Okla. 6118 N. W. 50th Longview, Texas PERKINSON, OATHER, K. Oklahoma City, Okla. 110 N. College MORTENSEN, JAMES ERNEST OLIVER, WILLIAM CHARLES Bethany, Okla. Winter Haven, Texas 1301 West Second PERKINSON, RUTH DICKSO Little Rock, Ark. MOSS, CLYDE WILLIAM 110 N. College 505% N . W. Main OAKES, WINIFRED RIND Bethany; Okla. Bethany, Okla. !Benito, Texas PERRYMAN, JOHN E. MOTLEY, ERIC L. 203 W. Tate 507 Pine OHSFELDT, GRACE MARIE Brownfield, Texas Houston 8, Texas Carthage, Mo. PERRY, BEVERLY ORNDOFF, PATRICIA LOUISE MOULTON, RALPH L. 520 Cedar Rt. 6 Rt. 5 Yukon, Okla. Fayetteville, Ark. Colquitte, Ga. PETERSON, CLARA JEAN OSBORNE, ADRIAN DENNIS MOYER, VELMA LOUISE 308 N. W . Secbnd 309 E. Sabine 6511 N . W. 32nd St. Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. Kilgore, Texas PETERSON, MARVIN A. OVERHOLT, ELBERT DAVID MULLENAX, LEVINA 308 N. W. Second 625 S. E. 3rd St. Box 307 Bethany, Okla. Newton, Kans. Lees' Summit, Mo. MULLINS, TRAVIS D . OVERHOLT, ELVA ELLEN PIERCE, DOUGLAS FRANKL: Rt. 2, Box 路 241 62 5 S. East Third 402 N . College Camden, Ark. Newton, Kans. Bethany, Okla.

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PHILLIPS, MARY LOU Rt. 3 Hutchinson, Kans. PITTENGER, CLAUDE EARL 413 N. Willow Bethany, Okla. PITTS, DOROTHY FAE I 0 3 College St. Wilmore, Ky. POLLARD, NAOMI RUTH 311 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. POLLARD, KENNETH KEE 311 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla . PLEMMONS, LUTHER EUGENE 100 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. PORTER, WILLIAM 6926 Ave 0 . Houston 11 , Texas POSEY, ALICE GWENDOLYN Box 142 Mena, Ark. POST, GENE LEROY Grand Island, Neb. POTTS, TROY C . Bethany, Okla. POWELL, AUSTIN HARRY, Jr. Box 53 Osage, Okla . POWELL, MARY ELLYN 1009 Cherry St. Orange, Texas POWERS, BETTY M . 124 West Main Henryetta, Okla. PRENTICE, DEANE GENELLE 525 Russell Ave. Eldorado, Ark. PRUESS, ADELINE LOIS 905% W. Douglas Wichita, Kansas PRICE, KENNETH VIRGIL Box 362 Bethany, Okla. PROFFETT, MARION ORIN Box 213 Bethany, Okla. PROUSE, DARLENE EDNA 72 3 Washington Ave. . Golden, Colo. QUIRING, ERMA RUTH Rt. 1 Newton, Kans. RAMICK, NELDA CHARLENE 1117 W . Oak St. Eldorado, Ark. REDEBOUGH , BOBBY DEAN 2711 S. Central Oklahoma City, Okla. RAINBOLT, CALVIN 210 W. Navajo Cleveland, Okla.

RAKES, JAMES C. 11 5 Andress St. Borger, Texas RAY, DORIS ANN 131 N. W. 13th Oklahoma City, Okla. RANDLE, A. C. 1325lh N. E. 14th Oklahoma City, Okla. REDMAN, WILDA AMERIAL Mound City, Mo. REED, ROBERT EUGENE 1315 Chestnut Pine Bluff, Ark. REED, GLADYS LORRAINE 808 S. River Carthage, Mo. REED, VELMA MARIE Nocoma, Texas REEP, KATHLEEN EMMA 1002 Lincoln Neodisha, Kans. REEVES, JUANITA VERNOIS Vici, Okla. REEVES, LOIS AYEN Vici, Okla. REEVES, RUTHENE Vici, Okla. RENEAU, CLIFFORD LEE Rt. 2 Chelsea, Okla. RHODES, D. ONET A Rt. 2 Abernathy, Texas RHOE, BETTY RHODENE 309 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. RIGGS, ROSETTA IRENE 3400 and Geraldine Oklahoma City, Okla. RIGGS, VIRGIL MAYNARD 3400 & Geraldine Oklahoma City, Okla. ROACH, DOUGLAS F. Smith Apts. S. College Bethany, Okla. ROACH, WILBURN RANDELL Bethany, Okla. ROBERTSON, JAMES HAROLD 116 N. College Bethany, Okla. ROBINSON, CHARLES R. 1825 Baylor Waco, Texas ROBINSON, IRIS MODELLE Cuthbert, Texas ROBINSON, JUNE Rt. 4 Lawrence, Kans. ROEBER, MILDRED MAXINE 1807 S.. Locust Pittsburg, Kans.

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ROGERS, MARY FRANCES SCHARDEIN, LEOTA GRACE 4816 Highland Ave. I 07 S. E. Third Bethany, Okla. Tampa, Fla. ROGERS, MARGARETTE MAE SCHARDIEN, CHARLES W. 30'7 N. Willow I 07 S. E. Third Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. ROGERS, HOMER LEE SCHAUER, LEOLA MAE Coffeyville, Kans. 400 N. Asbury RONNEKAMP, GEORGE Bethany, Okla. Rt. 2 SCHEUNEMAN, DONALD E. Roseland, Neb. 101 N. Asbury ROLLINS, JAMES KENNETH Bethany, Okla. 105% S. W . First SCOTT, W. HERBERT, Jr. Bethany, Okla. 3137 East Fifth St. ROPER, WANDA Tulsa, Okla. 1612 North 16 SCOFIELD, LOIS ADELE Lawton, Okla. 1501 Travis St. ROSBRUGH, ELVIN WILLIAM Amarillo, Texas Rt. 2 SEARCH, IRA FLOYD, Jr. Rockville, Mo. 494 S. Warren Ave. ROSE, MARTHA LEE Columbus 4, Ohio 736 s. w. 34th SHAFFER, GARLAND WAYNE Oklahoma . City, Okla. Rt. I ROSE, RUTH MARIE Seminole, Okla. Box 109 SHANNON, FRANCES BRACKEN Liberal, Kans. 109 N. W. First ROSFELD, DOROTHY ANN Bethany, Okla. Rt. 2, Box 270 SHOEFEE, MARY LILLIAN Lake Charles, La. 1017 Main St. ROWLETT, FRANCES LOUISE Conway, Ark. Rt. 1 SHARPE, DOROTHY JEANNE Nacogdoches, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. RUBIO, BALTAZAR SHOULDERS, JACK ROY Leonardo Ortiz 140 309 N. Donild Chiclayo, Peru Bethany, Okla. RUNYON, FRANCIS MAURICE SHOWALTER, JOHN EMERSON Gronnell, Kans. Bethany, Okla. RUSSELL, WENDELL ALLEN SHREFFLER, CHARLES SAMUEL 615 West 12th St. 511 S. Maple St. Dallas, Texas Sapulpa, Okla. ROWLETT, WILLIE MARIE SINDEN, HERBERT JAMES Rt. 1, Box 285 320 West Fourth St. Nacogdoches, Texas Uhrichville, Ohio SANDERS, JOSEPH C. SINGLETARY, ROBBIE MAE Rt. I 1112 Main Orange, Texas Arcadia, La. SANDBERG, ROBERT ERIC SINGLETARY, WANDA JEAN 1112 Main 615 West 3rd St. Coffeyville, Kans. Orange, Texas SARRAS, HELEN SLOAN, NITA JO 402 N . Knoblock St . 728 N . W. 22 Oklahoma City, Okla. Stillwater, Okla. SAVILLE, ROBERT LEE SMITH, HALLIE 1731 Burns 214 N. Redmond Wichita, Kans. Bethany, Okla . SMITH, lOLA V. SA YES, DOROTHY KIFER 1220 Chestnut 4690 Clay Muskogee, Okla. Denver; Colo. SAYES, WILLIAM HOWARD SMITH, JAMES P. 6120 Willard Ave. 210 N. College Shreveport, La. Bethany, Okla. SCARBERRY, VIVIAN 1109 Ft. Worth Wellington, Texas

SMITH , MAYBELL MARIE 151 7 South Emporia Wichita, Kans.

SMITH, WALLACE HAVARD 628 S. W . First Bethany, Okla. SMITH, PAUL ROGER 214 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. SMITH, WILLIAM RAY 1 517 S. Emporia Wichita, Kansas SANDERSON, RUTH CARLEEN 821 Ross Clovis, N. Mex. SNELL, JAMES LAWRENCE Bethany, Okla. SNYDER, CARL RICHARD 30H2 N. W . First Bethany, Okla . SNYDER, NORMA JEAN 303%, N. W . First Bethany, Okla . SNOWBARGER, MARVIN DALE Rt. I Dodge City, Kans. SONNEVIK, MILTON EDWIN Lars Dahles vei 6 Shavanger, Norway SOOTER, JACK W. Rt. 1 Sarcoxie, Mo. SPENCER, WANDA LEE 201 N. Key Midwest City, Okla. SPINKS, ARLENE 801 N. 15th Frederick, Okla. SPINKS, ROBERT LOUIS 6613 Fairfield Shreveport, La. STARKS, JAMES HENRY 212 S. Mueller Bethany, Okla. STALLINGS, HARVEY LEE Rt. 3 Jonesboro, Ark. STANLEY, JOYDEE ELLEN Mooreland, Okla . STEARMAN, SAM MARVINE Box 105 Knowles, Okla. STEELE, HERBERT LEROY 702 E. Eighth Coffeyville, Kans. STEELE, CLAUDE A. 710 N. Peniel St. Bethany, Okla. STEELE, LEONA 702 E. Eighth Coffeyville, Kans. STEPHENS, EDNA EARLE 212 Oliver Conway, Ark. STEWART, MARSHALL IRA 211 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla.

STEWART, VERA ELIZABETH 518 Washburn Topeka, Kansas STROMAN, BILLY JOE Box 132 Olminto, Texas STURMAN, INA RUTH 732 Asp Norman, Okla. SWAN, ELEANOR LOUISE 1025 E. McKinley Sapulpa, Okla. SWIM, MARILYN LOUISE 5625 Park Ave. Kansas City, Kans. SUGG, WILMA MARIE 1532 N . Weber Colorado Springs, Colo. SULLIVAN, G. TIBBELLEEN Box 503 Pine Bluff, Ark. SULLIVAN, E. EVELYN 506 S. College Dothan, Ala.

THOMPSON, LOUIS RUBEN 629 Texas St. Pine Bluff; Ark. THOMPSON, RICHARD H. 201 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. TIMM, PEARL EVELYN Carthage, Mo. TIMM, VELMA ANGELINE 221 E. Mound St. Carthage, Mo. TIMS, TROY DONIVAN Box 25 Marlow, Okla . TOEPFER, JAMES C. Rt. I Kingfisher, Okla. TOMLINSON, BONNIE NADINE Guyman, Okla.

VAUGHAN, WILLIAM FRED, JR 301 N. W. First Bethany, Okla. VAUGHAN, DORIS 301 N . W . First Bethany, Okla. VANDYNE, HELEN MARIE Rt. 2 Independence, Kans. VANDIVERE, LUCY VIRGINIA Rt. 2 O'Donnell, Texas VANDERLINDE, BETTY JEAN 109 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. VANDERLINDE, PHILIP RAY 109 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

TRACY, EVELYN L. 1 I 5 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla.

WADE, LETTIE MARIE 602 S. Eighth Abilene, Texas WADE, LAWRENCE HUGH 602 S. Eighth Abilene, Texas WALDEN, ERNEST JOSEPH Ulysses, Kans. WALKER, ALMA IRENE 124 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. WALKER, TELLA B. 124 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. WALKER, WINNIE Box 4 Konawa, Okla. WARD, VIRGINIA LOUISE 105 S. E. First Bethany, Okla. WARREN, WINNIE EDWARD 308 N. Wh~ler Bethany, Okla. WASSOM, EARL EUGENE 708 N. Willow Bethany, Okla, WATTS, GENEVA Calumet, Okla. WATSON, WILLIAM LARRY Bethany, Okla. WATSON, LOY LEE Bethany, Okla. WATSON, JAMES VERLIN 203 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. WATSON, ELIZABETH HEARN Bethany, Okla. WEISS, LM. CONSTANCE 1206 N. 12th Enid, Okla. WELLS, LOLA MAE Box 43 Erick, Okla. WEST, JOHN T . Box 158 Lexington, Okla.

TRAGER, MARY LOUISE 30 14 Baltery Little Rock, Ark.

SULLIVAN, WESLEY 804% N. Fourth Longview, Texas

TRAGER, VINITA 3014 Baltery Little Rock, Ark.

TATE, CLARA VIRGINIA 206 N . College Bethany, Okla.

TRAMMELL, NINA WALKER 608 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

TAYLOR, M. KATHERINE 1025 E. McKinley Sapulpa, Okla. TAYLOR, NELL MARIE 718 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. TAYLOR, WILLIAM LLOYD 2824 Edgar Shreveport, La. TERRY, GLEN W. I 0 2 3 Francisco Mission, Texas THOMAN, RUTH MILDRED 607 Elm St. Harp, Kans. THOMAS, GEORGE LOUIS 1506 Byers Batesville, Ark. THOMAS, CHRISTEEN EULINE 313 N. College Bethany, Okla. THOMAS, JAMES WALTER Rt. 2 Stilwell, Okla. THOMAS, WILLIE OTHEL Rt. 2 Stilwell, Okla. THOMASON, BONNIE JEAN 804 N. College Bethany, Okla. THOMPSON, JACK L. Box 552 Bethany, Okla.

TROWER, ROBERT FLOYD 207 N . W . First Bethany, Okla. TUCKER, DANIEL HENRY Rt. 4 Mayfield, Ky. TUCKER, JIMMY PEYTON Box I25 Heavener, Okla. TURNER, LESLIE WAYNE Cleo Springs, Okla. TURNER, JACQUELINE D. 916 West Ave "G" Temple, Texas TWINING, ROY EUGENE Elk City, Kans. TYLER, WILLIAM EDWARD Rt. 1 Brookston, Texas UNRUH, RUTH ARLENE 401 E. Main Bethany, Okla. UNRUH, RAMON RICHARD 716 N. Central Bethany, Okla. UNRUH, MELVIN 300 E. Main Bethany, Okla . UPCHURCH, CLARICE A. Rt. 1, Box 87 Queen City, Texas

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WESTBROOK, JACQUELINE WILEY, HERBERT B. 308 N. W . First Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. WILLEY, ELLA LAYELLE 600 N. Redmond WESTLUND, HAROLD, JR. 2124 Jones St. Bethany, Okla. Sioux City, Iowa WILLEY, VERLENE WHITE, BILLIE KATHERINE 203 S. Donald 302 S. 9th Ave. Bethany, Okla. Durant, Okla . WILLIAMS, CHARLES PHILIP WHITE, VIRGIL MATHEW 2123 N. Bath 1319 S. 9th Oklahoma City 5, Okla. Ponca City, Okla. WILLIAMS, DALE RUSSELL WHITNER, JAMES CLIFFORD 1162 Fifteenth 3ll N. College Batesville, Ark. Bethany, Okla. WILLIAMS, HUBERT MELVIN WHITLEY, BETTY JUNE Rt. I 326 King Donalsonville, Ga. Chadron, Neb. WILLIAMS KATHRYN RAYE WHYBREW, ROBERT CLINTON 904 W~st First Alton, Kans. Elk City, Okla. WIGGS, EMMA FRANCES WILLIAMS, MARY RUTH 406 Creath Box 607 Jonesboro, Ark. Many, La. WILES, ERNEST CALVIN WILLIAMS, PHYLLIS L. 40 5 S. E. 24th 820 W. Second St. Oklahoma City, Okla. Edmond, Okla.

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM CALVIN WOODS, ARSTON VALJEAN 208 N. College Dacoma, Okla. Bethany, Okla. WOODSMALL, JAMES T. Ill S. Main WILLIAMSON, JUNE LA VERNE 405 N. W. Sixth St. Berryville, Ark. Oklahoma City, Okla. WOOTEN, DOROTHY JEAN WILLWERTH, PAUL IRVIN 712 N. Peniel 245 N. Main St. Bethany, Okla. St. Albans, Vermont WOOTEN, JOYCE CHARLENE 712 N. Peniel WOOD JAMES ELTON Bethany, Okla. 713 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. WRAY, EMERALA TALMAGE Rt. I WOOD, MARGARET Newcastle, Texas 713 N. Mueller WRAY, KENNETH H . Bethany, Okla. Rt. 10, Box 214 WOOD, MARJORIE SUE Oklahoma City, Okla. 119 S. College WRETLING, CHARLES EARL Bethany, Okla. 109 S. W. Second WOODWORTH, FLOYD Bethany, Okla. 501 N. W . Second WRIGHT, ROB ERT RALPH Bethany, Okla. Bethany, Okla. WOODEN, CAROLYN RUTH YEATMAN, HAZEL 1235 S. Birmingham Fargo, Okla. Tulsa, Okla.

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