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Published by the Student Body of

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

EDITOR

Bill Lakey BUSINESS MANAGER

Ernest Walden - ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Helen Sarras SPONSOR

Willis B. Dobson

Where


;tic bond of friendship makes all men one.''


DEDICATION "Without a song, the day wou ld never end" for Professor Lester L. Dunn, whose tenor lyrics have thrilled us time and agairi. Music, however, is only one phase of his versatile life. One of his outstanding contributions to Bethany-Peniel College has been a genuine interest in student life and activities. For several years he has served as sponsor of our Student Council. He has guided us, he has cooperated with us, he has understood us, and he has loved us.

Professor Dunn, in sincere appreciation of your devoted Christian life, your consecrated talent, and your warm spirit of kindliness, we take pleasure in dedicating to yo u this , the 1950 edition of the Arrow.


DEDICATION

PROFESSOR LESTER DUNN

"Without a song, the day would never end"

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FOREWORD When

we

entered

Bethany-Peniel

College

it

didn't take long for us to realize there was a spirit about the school that took us in and made us feel at home. There was a difference here. What was it? Remember how friendly everyone was when

we

arrived? No one held himself aloof . All w ere doing their part to make us feel as though we were one of them. We found that none was less ready to show us the welcome sign and make us feel as if we were a part of the place than THE FACULTY.

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THE CHURCH There is something behind this spirit we have encountered here at Bethany-Peniel. The

atmosphere

evolves

from

some"th ing

deeper than human personalities. Beh ind it all is One who is superior to the human, a greater Friend than all others. From Him and through Him the handshake and welcome smile become genuine. The heart of our school is Christ. He is represented to us every day by the welcome we feel as we are influenced by those about us and THE CHURCH.

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We can't forget that hand shake we received as we stood at the threshold of our school career . There was an open welcome to even the most timid. We entered into the everyday life of our school. We met in the Drag, we played basketball, we were initiated, we met in the library to study, we had our before-Chapel talks in front of the Fine Arts Build ing. We were becoming a part of

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CON ADMINIS-TRATION FACULTY THE CHURCH THE STUDENTS CLASSES ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATION SPORTS

ADVERTISEMENTS


FINE ARTS

Many of us have met God in these buildings. We met Him in the chapel services in the Fine Arts Bu ilding as well as various religious functions of the College church .

COLLEGE CHURCH

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LIBERAL ARTS

We have come together many times in these buildings for classes. Our participation with one another in the activities of these classes brought us closer together. . . . Many a leisure hour was spent in the gymnasil!m where we came to know each other in friendly athletic competition .

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GYMNASIUM


COMMERCIAL BUILDING

In the old commercial building, some of us learned about art and the rudiments of business education . . . . We have Watched the new science building take shape this year. New classes have been introduced and new equipment has been used.

SCIENCE HALL

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BUD ROBINSON HALL

Our pleasant memories of friendships made here in these dorms will rank among the most lasting impressions of our college life.

JERNIGAN HALL


FANNING HALL

Not a small amount of time was spent in the basement of Fanning Hall sipping a Coke, or playing ping-pong in the Drag . Many a life-long friendship .was made here.

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.......-..... OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

April 28, 1950

Dear Stndenta Bethany-:Peniel College is a wonderful place. On this campns the hanelike atmosphere and the friendships are beantiful, close and lasting. The activities are clean aiid wholesome..> fitting into the :fra.nework of bnilding a well-ronnded Christian character. The instrnction is soand and trustworthy. Our appreciation of this hane-like atmosphere, these associations and privileges should grow with the years. The ARROi has given an excellent portrayal of the home-like atmosphere, of B.r.C. far the 1949-50 school year. They have preserved far ns sane of these graphic, colorful scenes which nake np onr college life. But to adeqnately appreciate the Spirit of the College it is necessary to be associated with the College. The valne of study, the import of coorses, the impact of the chapel, the inflnence of friends, the worship of the chnrch and the guidance of our leaders will be revealed in their trne worth as we draw upon the strength which they have contributed to oar lives as we find ourselves weak because of oar failure to have properly appreciated and stored these riches. May we at once, if we have not already done so, make such personal adjustment as will enable ns in life's eventide to review with gratitude, and without embarrassment, the pages of this record which our efficient ARROi Staff has given us. Now, we face both today and tanorrow. That gives ns dnal responsibility. Vlhat may seem expedient for today, when it is judged in the light of tomorrow, may be wholly inadeqnate. For that reason, I ask each -one of you to think carefully, - coonsel freely and pray earnestly before yon make decisions which may mean a complete change in your life. This is oor day--and what a day of opportunity. You have the chance of making history--today--and tomorrow. What kind of history will you write'? And as you fill life's scroll with the deeds of each succeeding day, do not forget that the world will ultimately be won, not by a crown but by a Cross. The home-like atmosphere of B.l'.\.1. is helping you build for time and eternity.

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OUR PRESIDENT The man who stood at the front door to welcome us in was Dr. Roy H. Cantrell. As we gripped his hand and felt his frank, sincere welcome we sow a representative of the spirit of ou.r schoql_. As we came to know him better, we felt secure in the knowledge that we were under such leadership. None of us fear to trust this man of God ; we have learned to have full confidence in him . In him we see one who puts God first , one who has a vision for the future of our school and 路is making his vision come true .

DR. ROY H. CANTRELL President

At the front desk of the President's office sits Mrs. Berniece Lemmons. Her pleasant smile and cooperative spirit have made an invaluable contribution to the friendly atmosphere of the office.

MRS . BERNIECE LEMMONS President's Secretary

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The Chairman's table at the Board of Directors meeting. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

Chairman, REV. V. H. LEWIS Vice -Chairman Dr. Jorrette Aycock

Secretory Rev . R. T. Will iams, Jr .

College President Dr. Roy H . Cantrell

BOARD OF CONTROL Rev . Rev . Rev . Rev .

W . B. Walker Paul Garrett V . H. Lewis W. T. Johnson

Rev . Ray Hance Dr. Jorrette Aycock Rev . Elbert Dodd Rev . Hadley Hall

Rev. Rev . Rev . Rev.

l. A. Ogden Glen Jones Mark R. Moore W. H. Johnson

BOARD OF TRUSTEES ABILENE DISTRICT Rev . W. B. Walker Rev . J. V . Langford Rev . Amos R. Meador

DALLAS DI STRICT Rev . Paul Garrett Rev. Curtis Smith Rev . Wm . Allshouse

HOUSTON DISTRICT Rev . V . H . Lewis Rev . 路R aymond McClung Rev . R. M . Parks

KANSAS DISTRICT

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT

LOUISIANA DISTRICT

Rev. Ray Hance Mr . E. W. Snowberger Rev . leon Jennings

Dr. Jarrette Aycock Rev . l. Wo_yne Sears Dr. A. Milton Smith Mr . John Stockton (Alumni Representative }

Rev . Elbert Dodd Re v. G . M . Akin Rev. W. 0 . Fisher

NEBRASKA DISTRICT Rev . l. A. Ogden Rev . Wm . E. Thompson Rev . A . A. Schneider SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Rev . Rev . Rev . Rev .

W . T. Johnson R. T. Williams, Jr. Earl Darden J . Louis Emmert

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Rev . Glen Jones Dr . W. A. Carter Rev . W. R. Donaldson Dr. B. F. Neely Rev . Tommy Burton

NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Re v. Mark R. Moore Rev. W. D. McGraw, Jr. R.e v. A. leRoy Ta y lor Mr . Paul Haag Dr. Roy H. Cantr ell

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT

ARKANSAS DISTRICT

Rev. Hadley Hall Rev . J. E. Moore, Jr. Rev . Hearne W. Spruce

Rev . W . H. Johnson Rev . Boyd Hancock Rev . W. l. French

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Left to ri ght : Mr . Craddock, Professor Wiman, Professor Lawrence, Dr . Philo, Dean Ripper, Dr. Cantrell, Dean Shannon, Professor Dobson , Dr . Garner, Professor Greve, Professor Dunn, Professor Floyd .

THE ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL

ROY H. CANTRELL, Chairman President of the College

E. BOYD SHANNON Dean of Students

C. HAROLD RIPPER Dean of the College

WILLIS B. DOBSON Chairman of the Division of Humanities

L. C. PHILO

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Chairman of the Division of Philosophy and Religion

JAMES R. GARNER Head of the Department of Political Science

R. G. LAWRENCE Chairman of the Division of Natural Sciences

ANNE C. GREVE Chairman of the Division of Social Science

C. H . WIMAN, Secretary Registrar

LESTER L. DUNN Chairman of the Division of Fine Arts

H . L. CRADDOCK Business Manager

FRED FLOYD Head of the Department of History

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BUSINESS OFFICE '路

We are sure you've been into the business office and met Mr. Craddock, the business manager of the college. We appreciate the warm welcome received here. This able man, with the burden of financing a school on his shoulders, still has time to extend a glad welcome and to do his part in making us feel at home. In him we have found a friend to aid in solving all our financial problems.

HARRY L. CRADDOCK Business Manager

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In the front office, Miss Ruth Newberry, secretary to the business manag er, ushers us in with a smile .

RUTH NEWBERRY-Secretary to Business Manager


Behind the scenes in any office such as the business office are those who deserve our appreciation. We meet them in the routine business of paying school bills, but perhaps don 't come to know them as personally as some others. One such as this was Miss Florence Lundy, the college bookkeeper. Those of us who came to know her during the year, felt she was truly doing her part in placing the welcome mat at our feet .

FLORENCE LUNDY Accountant

PAULINE MILLER-Office Clerk

MRS . SARAH PARKER-Cashier

We mef these two ladies several times at the business office window as we called for clearance

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cards and paid our school bills. They are Pauline Miller, office clerk, and Mrs. Sarah Parker, cashier.

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DEAN 0f

THE COLLEGE W hil e th e primary concern of Dean Ripper 's o ff ice was a ca dem ic

issues,

we a lways

found

th ere a n atm osp here o f genuine warm t h and friend liness. The he lpfu l man

beh ind the desk

was ever ready to assist us with our problems. In t his ma n we found a f riend, always ready to counse l us. We foun d a worth y hand ex tended, lead in g us, supporti ng us, a iding us to f ind our pla ce in o ur co ll ege home.

C. HAROLD RIPPER

Dean of College

The ready sm il e o f g reeti ng and desire to be of assista nce made us sin cere ly a p p reci ate

t he

Dea n's

secretar y,

C har lotte

Hampton.

CHARLOTTE HAMPTON-Secretary to Dean of the College


DEAN 0f

STUDENT LIFE All of us came to know the ma n in t he Dean of Students' office. Few on the campus ha d a closer relationship with us than he d id. It fel l his lot to take us all under his w ing . It was his job to keep a guiding hand on ou r socia l activities, but we a lso knew his office was a lways open for a friendly chat or for aid in any prob lem that arose in our studen t lives .

E. BOYD SHANNON Dean of Students

PHYLLIS JAMESON and RUTH MILLER

JUNE NEW MAN-Secretary to Dean of Student Life

Office Assistants

June Newma n, secretary to t he Dea n of

Ab le office assista nts to t he Dea n are Phyllis Jameson and Ru th Mi ll er .

Student Life, is known by all for her happy "Come in, may I he lp yo u?"

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OFFICE of t he

REGISTRAR P1ofessor Wiman, our registrar, has won a place in each of our hearts because of his sincere interest in our well being. We found that he could be counted on to help us in time of hardship. We know him as a wise, down-to-earth counselor. Many of us have gone to him for aid in problems both academic and personal.

C. H. WIMAN

Registrar

When we asked for our grades ~ach time, at the registrar's window, we met the smile of Mrs. Oneta Lester . She does her work with quiet dignity yet always with friendliness too.

MRS . ONETA LESTER-Secretary to

the Registrar

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The days have been brightened for many of us as we met Mrs. Leona B. McConnell on her way to the recorder's office. Her faculty to remember our names seemed to make her " Hellol " all the more friendly and sincere. Passing by the open door of her office, we have observed her busily executing her task

of recording

our

grades.

Her

friendly attitude and warm Christi an spirit have made us regard her as a real friend .

MRS . LEONA B. McCONNELL-Recorder

Adeline Preuss and Betty Williams are Mrs. McConnell's capable office assistants.

ADELINE PREUSS and BETTY WILLIAMS Office Assistants

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LI 8RA路nY Many of us spent quite a bit of tir;ne in the library, stud ying and reading . There is more to the library than the books we see there. Behind the functi ons of the library, directing them with an effi cient and experienced hand , is Mrs. Willis. She, like th ose in the other offices, was never too busy to help a student in need of aid , whether it wa s a pro blem concerning a book o; a personal one. We have found her always ready to enter into the activities centered about mak in g our college home a more enjoyable and livable place .

MRS . ELIZABETH WILLIS Librarian

In the reading room MRS. STAN LEY W ILSON and

If you need a book, check it out fro m REBECCA

LAVELLE WILLEY look to see who checked that

BREEDON , JUNE W ILLI AMSON , MARY ANNE TAY-

magazine out.

LOR, or MORRIS N EAL .

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MRS . MARJORIE HALE, Assistant Librarian

Taking her share of the load in the library office, Mrs. Hale always had a smile for us, whether we met her in the office or on the campus as she brought in the mail.

EARLENE

" Must keep the card file up to date too, eh, JIMMY

SHAFFER, and A LICE ANDERSON check up on the

BLANKENSHIP, MORA JANE LEMAY, and BARBARA

books in the shelves.

BARNETT?

MARY

MILLER,

WILMA

STANGELAND,

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VETERANS' OFFICE MRS . HALLIE SMITH, Veteran 's Office

Those o f us who are veterans came to 路 know M rs. Hallie Smith at registration time when we went throug h the V .A. o ff ice. She made the leng t hy process a more enjoyable one w ith her friendly, cons iderate attitude. Her congeniality and sense of humor made us feel at home.

BETTY WAL LACE and TIBBELLEEN MOORE, Assistants to Hall ie Smith in the V.A. Office .

BERNIECE MILLER, LAVONIA BOHANNAN, CONSTANCE PRUITT, GENEVA WATTS, VIRGINIA CLEM, and MONA MARIE BERNSTORF take care of the duties of secretary in the Fine Arts Office .

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THE FACULTY RETURNS TO THE GAY - 90'S


DIVISION OF HUMANITIES WILLIS B. DOBSON, Chairman Th e Hu man ities Division inc lu des the de part ments o f . En glish, speech, and foreign

language. Major

o b jecti ves of th e Div ision 路are to tr ain th e stud ent in t he communicative skill s of read ing, wri ti ng, spe a king and listeni ng; to develop cu ltural and aesthetic 路 val ues t hrough

the

st udy

of 路 g ood

litera t ure;

to

cu lt ivate a tti tudes of to lera nce a nd sym pa th y, sta nda rds of taste, and a t hirst for tru t h; to for m habits o f read in g and t hinking whic h w il l lea d to th e f ullest d evelopme nt o f t he

perso na lity

a nd

p re pare fo r

usefu l, Chr istia n living.

WILLIS B. DOBSON, M .A . 路 Professor of English A conscientious, completely devoted man devoted to God, the school, and to us, the students .

J. ROBERT EMMEL, A .B. Assistant Professor of Speech A cheery hello . . a versatile, energetic teacher .. friend of all .

VADA LEE BEARD, A .B. Assistant Professor in Modern Languages and English Consecrated spirit . . quick friendly smile . . energetic Christian worker.


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ANNA BELLE LAUGHBAUM, Ph .D. Associate Professor of English 路

MARGUERITE FULMER, M.A. Instructor in English

High ethical standards . . intelligent and original . . conservative . . appreciates a good time .

Friendly greeting .. fun loving . . coach's wife .

CAROL SPRUCE LUNDY, M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech and English Accomplished reader . . gracious manner . . original ideas .. admirable hostess . 路. genuine friend .

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HELEN WADE, A.B . Instructor in Speech A ready smile . . winning personality attractive .. Larry's wife.

MILTON SONNEVIK Assistant in Modern Languages Since re Christian : . patient .. conscientious understanding . . good husband, just ask Mabel.

C. H. WIMAN, A.B. Registrar, Associate Professor of Modern Languages

Genuine Christian friend .. able councilor .. brisk walk .. faithful.


DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES ANNE C. GREVE, Chairman The Social Sciences Division of th e college attempts to he lp students to d eve lo p cl ear an d crea t ive t hi nki ng, inte ll igent to lerance, an d a thirst fo r tr uth ; to develop and integ rate perso na lit y for effective Christia n living ; to beco me a respons ible member of t he home, communi ty, nati on a nd world; an d to develop t he abi lity of app ly ing Christ ian p ri nc ip les to da ily living. Thi s Div isio n attempts to o rient st ude nts in <.m intelligent and C hr istian understanding of the problems o f human relationships, of social adiustments, o f civ ic and po lit ica l responsib ilities, and of the impact a nd porten t of tec hnological advances in the w or ld order .

ANNE C. GREVE, M.S . Professor of Home Economics Forward looking vision for our school knows people . . considerate . . humble Christian .

DONALD R. DANSKIN, M .A . Assistant Professor of Business

IRENE CARLSON, B.S . (on leave) Instructor in Home Economics

Quiet . . unassuming . . business-like diligent teacher .

Reserved characteristics . . rippling laughter .. excellent cook ." . conscientious teacher .

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FRED FLOYD , M .A., B.D. Professor of History

Steadfast . . down-to-earth . interest in every student.

JAMES R. GARNER, Ph .D. Professor of Political Science and History

sincere

Southern gentleman .. scholar . . devoted . . loves his country .

JACK RAIRDON, Th .B., A.B. Instructor in Social Science

E. C. HALL, M. Ed. (on leave} Associate Professor of Education

Friend of the students . . ftne sense of humor . . constant Christian life .

Siricere attitudes . . interest in young people .. calm disposition . . warm handshake .

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C. HAROLD RIPPER, M.A. Professor of Psychology

VERNON A. SNOWBARGER , M.A . Associate Professor of Sociology

Always friendly .. trustworthy advisor considerate and understanding .

A friend of all . . congenial . . enthusiastic Christian worker .

CONSTANCE SPRUCE, M.A . Assistant Professor of History

HAROLD DAVIS, Th.B ., B.S ., M.A. Assistant Professor of Education

Friendly . . industrious church worker courteous and thoughtful.

Reserved . . diligent .. educator .. sincere.

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DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCES ROBERT G. LAWRENCE, Acting Chairman In terms of student needs, the general purposes of instruction in the Di vis ion of Natural Sciences are to develop an appreciative understanding of the sciences - their cultural aspects, their relationship to other areas of learning; to encourage such desirable attitudes as open-mindedness, suspended judgment, social responsibility, intellectual honesty; to cultivate appreciation of the role of science in the betterment of society, the methods of science, the orderlin-ess and beauty of natural phenomena, and the lives and achievements of great scientists; to reveal the agreement of true science and Christian faith. The Di vision has the further specific goals of provi ding thorough basic training for such professions as medicine and nursing, and of preparing students to pursue graduate study in any of the several fields of science.

ROBERT G. LAWRENCE, M.A. Assistant Professor of Biological Science Progressive .. efficient . . high standards of scholarship . . sincere Christian.

KENNETH FULMER, Th .B., S.T.B. Instructor in Physical Education

DON BEAVER, A.B. Instructor in Chemistry and Physics

Friendly . . sports minded . . mild mannered .. boyish smile .. fun-loving .

Likable . . quiet . . conscientious teacher . . scientifically inclined.

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LEONA McCONNELL, M .A . Assistant in Mathematics

EARL V. GREER, M .A . (on leave) Associate Professor of Mathematics

Uncle Charlie 's right arm . . a marvelous Christian spirit.

Brilliant .. reserved . . scholarly .. easygoing.

E. BOYD SHANNON, A .B. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Fair-minded . . loyal . . friend of all students .. scientific interests.

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DIVISION OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY L. C. PHILO, Chairman The Division of Phi losophy and Rel igion has f or its goal the cu ltural, eth ica l, and spi ritual deve lopment of each student accord ing to his needs. There are courses to acqua int him w it h p hi losophi ca l patter ns of t houg ht and others to give him a better knowledge, understanding, and apprecidtion o f t he Bib le. Through a ll the instruction an effort is made to develop his habits of clear t hi nki ng, tolera nce, and love of truth and- to encourage him to become a more respons ible citizen in a world society. Furth er, he is he lped to commi t himse lf to God throug h Christ and to apply Ch ristia n pr in ciples to his da il y living. Finally, the Division aims to help him integrate all his th inking and experience to formula te a trul y C hrist ian phi losop hy of life.

L. C. PHILO, B.D., M .A ., D.D. Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy 路 Rich Bible scholar . . consistent Christian attitude .. tolerant .

C. A. McCONNELL, A .B., Th .D. Special Lecturer, Dean Emeritus of Religion

Man of God . . consecrated Christian . . friend of every student and faculty member .. " Uncle Charlie" .

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W. N . KING , A .M., S .T.M . Associate Professor of Religion

J. PRESCOTT JOHNSON, A .B., M .S. Assistant Professor of Religion . Lively

winning smile . . quick sense of humor.

Subtle humor . . student of the Bible reserved but friendly.

J. W . MOORE, B.D . (on leave} Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy

Friendly chuckle . . firm believer .. depth of thought .. capable professor .

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DIVISION OF FINE ARTS LESTER L. DUNN, Chairman The Department of Music and the Department of Art make up the Division of Fine Arts. Art instruction provides both cultural and vocational training. To enable young people to render a greater service in the church, the department offers such training as illustrative chalk drawing. The prospective teacher in the public schools may receive direction in handling the techniques he will need in his profession. And the student wishing to follow art as a career may lay a good foundation for later specialization. All students in the department will be encouraged to understand and appreciate art both for itself and for the importance of its contribution to modern society. Music training, like instruction in art, enables students to live a more satisfying cultural life and prepares mony of the especially talented individuals for a music career. The department especially emphasizes training for elementary and secondary school music teachers and preparation for ministers of music in our church. The objectives of the Division of Fine Arts are such as will lead to the development of spirit-filled musicians capable of producing good music without losing freedom of expression.

LESTER L. DUNN, M. Mus. Associate Professor of Voice Devoted Christian . . composer given talent . . music lover advisor.

. Godstudent

NAOMI WISLER DOBSON Instructor in Voice

VIVIAN E. CHAFFEE, A.B. Instructor in Voice Kind

Spiritual . . enjoys life . . consecrated singer.

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charming . . appreciates music .. personal interest in students.


MARY FLICK, M. Mus . Assistant Professor in Piano

ALBERT H. FITZGERREL, M. Mus . Ed. Associate Professor of Instrumental Music Apparent humor

ambition for music . . efficient .

Quiet and reserved . . patient . . neat in appearance.

WILLIS FLICK Assistant in Music

BLANCHE I. GARNER, M. Mus. Ed. Associate Professor of Music Education and Piano

Well versed in his fiel_d . . patient instructor . Charming personality . . definite testimony frionri/v


RICHARD GRACE Instructor in Art

CARROLL HARVILLE, B. Mus. Instructor in Piano

Artistically inclined . . witty . . friendly smile . . bow ties.

Conservative .. dry humor .. accomplished pianist .

ALICE B. LEWIS Instructor in Voice Warm smile .. kind spirit .. talented inspiring Christian.

J. D. IRWIN, M.A . Assistant Professor of Mu$ic Unique . . clever . . conscientious teacher .. full of puns.


路 J. RAYMOND PARKER Instructor in Piano

RUTH SEARS TAYLOR, B.F.A. Instructor in Piano .

Grand sense of humor . . versatile pianist . . likable .

She sets you at ease .. wonderful personality .. excellent musician .

RAMON UNRUH, B. Mus . Instructor in Voice

J. C. DOBSON Instructor in Art

Man with a song and a smile . . spirit of humility.

Energetic .

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excellent artist . . man of prayer.


OTHER FRIENDS WE MET

. nee superVISOr . HERBERT MUNH OLLON'marntena

dieticianM:sd DREWRY n KATIE manager . ' . hall. o f drnrng

MRS BE nurse in ch arge . ofSSIE PHILO college d~ISpensary.


PROF. AND MRS . JACK RAIRDON AND HAROLD, counselors of Fanning Hall .

MRS. MARY J. SEARS, matron of Bud Robinson

GLENN McARTHUR, counselor for the barracks.

MRS . MATTIE JOBE, matron of Jernigan hall .


PASTORS OF THE BETHANY CHURCH After serving the Bethany Church of the Nazarene as pastor for the past nine years, Dr. C. B. Strang read his resignation Sunday night, November 27 . He had accepted a call to our First Church in Chicago to assume duties December 25. Among his many material achievements while at Bethany, was the construction of a commodious Youth Center along with the three-story educational building completed at a cost of $200,000. Under the labors of Dr. Strang and his good wife, church membership increased from 800 to ll 00 and the average Sunday Schoo l attendance swelled from 781 to 924. Thousands of students and townspeople were blessed under his ministry.

DR . AND MRS . STRANG AND DAUGHTER JOYCE MARIE

REV . AND MRS . PHILLIPS AND DAUGHTERS , ELIZABETH JEAN , KAREN LEE, AND CLA IRE CHRISTINE .

Taking up where Dr. Strang left off, Rev. E. S. Ph illips assumed the new pastoral duties of the College Church on Sunday, February 22 . He had resigned his post as Vice-President of Eastern Nazarene College. Prior to his connection with the college, he served a number of years as pastor of Nazarene churches in the East. Before taking the position at Wollaston, he was pastor of our first church in Baltimore, Maryland.

Alre~dy Mr. Phillips, his wife and three daughters have won a place in the hearts of the people of Bethany. God has blessed their service in a mighty way.


REV. E. S. PHILLIPS Pastor

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THE COLLEGE CHURCH The Bethany church takes its place in the center of the hearts of Bethany-Peniel students. From the church comes a challenge to Christian service -

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Sunday School work, to visitation evangelism, te N. Y. P. S. activities, to regular church attendance. From our church stems spiritual growth. Revivals w ith church leaders, special services, and regular pastoral sermons give the rooting and grounding we all need. The college church also meets the need felt by most students for a church home. While we are away from the local thurch in w hich we hold permanent membership, it is good to have a church on our campus where as a college group we may worship regularly and always feel at home .

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First row: Daniel McGinty, Bob Grey, Reba Middleton, Florence King, Yvonne Green , Lee Barnes, Charles Stipe . Second row: Jac k. Lee, Elbert Watson , Wilbur Brannon , Don Hicks, Glenn Bailey, Dr . Garner, Henry Blanchard, Wayman Davis, Virgil Tyler, Bennett Dudney, Schauner Vance .

LAMPLIGHTERS' LEAGUE Local young people a nd college students who feel deeply the need for their personal participation in Ch ri st's ministry to the Bethany community have found their place in the Lamplighters' League. Serving as an arm of the N. Y. P. S., the League is a medium for personal soul -winn ing . When one joins the Lamp li g hters, he pl edges to deal wi t h one soul a month about his persona l salvation and to systema ti ca ll y memorize th e Script ures, the only weapon he uses. Thi s wor k was inst ituted among the young people o f the Bethany ch urch, July 3, 1949, by the Reverend Pa ul Martin a t a service co nducted by th e teen-agers during the Teen -age Institute. Un til the opening of sc hool in September, th e Lamp lighters were led by the Reveren d Jack Lee, director o f re lig ious educa t ion in the co ll ege church . As th e schoo l year started, Bennett Dudney, church visi tor, took charge, and t he o rgan ized visi tation p rog ram o f the church was p laced in the hands o f t he Lamplighters . Local church members have visited a lso, a nd much has bee n done to acq uain t the townspeop le w it h the ch urch and co ll ege. Jac k Lee and Bennett Du dney both are se niors in t he co ll ege; dur in g the schoo l year many oth er co ll ege st uden ts have been acti ve Lamp li ghters .

We 're visiting for the College Church.

To th ose who have parti cipa ted, the Lam pligh ters' League has been an open door. Truly " Faith without wo rks is dead," and there is much need yet un reli eved. " Th e love of Christ co nstra in eth us ."


Lasl row , Wilda Eaton , Wando Eastman, Willeta Shepard, Nadine Carlisle, Florence Rosfeld, Naomi Watson, Marvene Wycoff, Madie Lambert, Virginia Rogers, Freda Rhodes, Suzanne Raiser, Vesta Commons, Syble Wooldridge, Fay Stearman, Patsy Rainbolt, Anno Nell King, Jewel Hollis, Dorothy Gladman, Helen Edwards, 0/vette Culley. Eighth row , Wilma Crook, Ruth Hudson, Constance Pruitt, Verda Sauer, Betty Williams, Neva Zoe Kifer, Toby Ellis , Bonnie Everhart, Norma Struble, Evangeline Monworron, Peggy Grohom, Ilene Twining, Lyle Spongier, Joan Richardson, Marie Mortensen, Phyllis Hopkins, Dorothea Frey, Joyce Cox. Seventh row , Betty Cox, Peggie Yarbrough , Soroh Richardson , Jessie Seoy, Wando Williams, Wilma Dean Hoffpauir, Wilda Redmon, lola Moe Hogan, Betty Scoggins, Mortho Winter, Lottie Blanchard, Mary Anne Toy/or , Annette Shropshire, Lois Scofield , Margaret Petty , Sally Jones, Anita Franklin, Norma Chapman. Sixth row : Frances Burton , Arlene Bond , Donna Browning, Joann Babcock , Esther Uerkvitz , Dennis Cloud , Maurice Lege', Hillis Herren, James Pincomb, Jessie Waits , Elbert Watson , Ray Winters , George Cheshire , Charlotte Fechner , Pauline Campbell , Virginia

Campbell, Joan Carothers, Doris Coston . Fifth row , Evelyn Carothers , Carolyn Delong, Marilyn Delong, Groce Knoll, Thomas Garber, Vestal Nichols , Richard Bergen, Bill Garber, Rolph Moulton, Elisha Cypert, Merle Jamison , Wallace Brown, Luther Dennis, Rolph Downs, Dean Thoman , Darlene Buckles , Ellene Brink, Doretha Briggs, Eula Moe Bond. Fourth row , Virlo Durham, Mono Bernstorf, Hollie Smith , Pauline Miller, Lewis Mason , Dorrell Moore , Ernest Walden, Don Martin, Deloris Goodson . Third row:

Morvin Snowberger , Clifford Tozelaar , Maynard Maddux , Wade Powers, Pauline Johnson, Luwana Isaacs , Betty Wallace , Gerry Mannering, Bonnie Crawford, Ruth Brandon , Betty Wassom, Earl Wassom , James Stephens, Don Owens , John Knight ,

Ivan Beals, Ed Holman , Monroe Gleason, Paul Williamson , Mildred lsoocs , Carol Browning, Mary Miller , Evonne Striegel . Second row, Delio Beckel, Geneva Watts, Willodene Sauer, Wando Rogers , Gene Chambers, Herbert Sinden, Bud Garber, Don Moore , David Uerkvitz , Richard Campbell , Charlotte Hampton, Sara Frances Ward, Jo Anne Smith, Berniece Miller. First row , Rowena Fields , Mable Sonnevik, Mildred Roeber, R. H. Isaacs, Bill Loke y, HPrbert Isaacs, Wilbur Brannon, Doris Beaver, Lavonia Bohannon , Virginia Clem, Mary Lou Kelso .

CHRISTMAS CHORUS

MRS, RUTH TAYLOR, Organist

DIRECTOR PROF . LESTER DUNN

CARROLL HARVILLE, Pianist

SOLOISTS VIVIAN CHAFFEE, Soprano

RAMON UNRUH, Tenor

THE MIRACLE OF "THE MESSIAH"

GERON BROWN, Baritone

by o second-rote, pampered poet, Charles Jennens. There wos olso a letter expressing the wish that Handel start wo rk immediotely on the oratorio, adding: " Th e Lord gave the Word."

One night in 17 41 a bent o ld man shuffled listlessly down a dark London stree t. George Frederick Handel wos starting out on one of his aimless, despondent wonderings which hod become a nightly ritual. Hi s mind was a bottleg round between hope, based on his post glories, oncl despa ir fo r the future. For fo rty yea rs Handel hod written stately music for the aristocracy of En gland and the Continent. Kings and queens had showered him with honors . Then court society turned against hi m; jealous rivals put rowdies to break ing up the performances of his operas . Hand el was reduced to penury. Now as he wa lked alon e on the Lond on str ee t the facade of a churc h loomed dimly in the dark, and he paused before it, bi tter thoughts we lling up in him. "Why did God permit my resurrection on ly to ailow my fel low men to bury me again? My God , my God, w hy hast thou forsaken me?" When he returned to his shabby lodgings, he found a bulky package on his desk. Upon examination, he found it to be words for "A Sacred Ora to rio," written

Listlessly Handel leafed through the pages, and a passoge caught his eye: "He was despised and rejected of men . He looked for someone to have pity on him, but there wos no man; neither found he any to comfort him." "He trusted in God He will give you rest" "Rejoice Ha ll elujah." Handel cou ld feel the old firt;; rekindling. In his mind wondrous melodies tumbled over one anothe r. Grabbing a pe n, he started writing . With incredible swift ness the notes fi lled page after page. For twenty-four days Handel labored ha rd, wit h little rest or food. Th en he fell on his bed exhausted. On his desk lay the score of THE MESSIAH - th e grea test ora torio ever written. In THE MESSIAH, Hande l lit a to rch that has been carried around th e world to lig ht th e dark pl aces of the earth as long as the re are vo ices to lilt in song, eyes to look to the hills, hearts to hope.

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REV. W. B. WALKER

REV. BONA FLEMING

REVIVALS When we arrived at Bethany-Peniel, we found that our development was not to be solely academic: our spiritual needs were met :Jiso in the opening convention and the revivals that followed throughout the year. The opening convention speaker was Rev. W. B. Walker, district superintendent of the Abilene District. His simple, straight-forward and clear messages made the Scriptures plain to us. Later in the semester the College Church brought to us Rev . Bona Fleming for the fall revival. Many of us found our way to God during this revival. As the second semester got under way, General Superintendent Samuel Young came to us as our Youth Week speaker . The strength of his messages enriched our souls and we were much further up the road toward our heavenly goal at the end of this short revival. The final revival of this school year was brought to us through the stirring, solid preaching of Dr. D. I. Vanderpool , recently elected General Superintendent. We'll not forget his impressive illustrations of Bible truths. We have found that our college believes in putting God first. Emphasis is placed on the religious side of our lives as well as the mental. No home be it our college home, or our residence- is complete if God is left out. We, here at the college, have found that He is the Head of every activity of our school.


CLASSES I


FRESHMAN PICTURE INDEX NAME

PAGE

NAME

PAGE

Allen, Billy Ray ____ _____ _____ ___________ __ 66 Arnold, Melvin __ __ ___ __ __ __ ___ ____________ 74 Atwood, Ernest ____ _____ __________ ______·__ 70

Dunn, Hariette ____ _____ _______________ ___ 7 4 Durham , Vida Ellen ______ ___ __ ___ __ _____ ___ 69

Bailey, Glenn ____________________ _______ __ 73 Bailey, Jay ____ __ _________ ______ ____ __ ___ _ 70

Eaton, Wilda --------- - --------- - ---- - ---- 73 Edwards, Wayne _________ _____ _____ _______ 68 Elkins, Kathy ____ ____ ____________ __ __ ___ __ 70

Eastman, Wanda ____ ____ __ ________________ 66

Baird, Betty - - -- -- - - - -- -- - ---- - ----- -- - - - -Baker, Frances ____ ___________ _____ _____ __ _ Barron, John _____ _________ __________ __ ___ Bassett, Maxine __ ___ ______ ____ ______ ___ ___ Beckel, Della _______ __ __ ___ ______ _____ __ __ Bevill, Martha ____ _____ ___ ____ __ ______ __ __ Blanchard , Henry _______ __ __ ___________ __ _ Blankenship, Jimmy ___ ______ ______ __ _______ Bohannan, William M . __ _______ ______ __ __ __ Bond, Arlene ------'----- - -- - ----- - - -~ - --- Bond, Eula Mae _____ __ ________ _______ ___ __ Bozeman, Joe __ __ ______ __ _______ ___ __ _____ Bradley, Ivan ________ __ ___ _____ _____ _____ Breeden, Rebecca __ _______ _____________ __ _

66 64 66 77 72 65 70 67 72 75 73 76 71 69

Brim, Burl -- -- - ----- - - - -- ------ - - -- ----- Brittain, Bettie __ __ ______ _______ __ ______ ___ Brown, Mary Lou ____ ______ __ __ _______ _____ Brown, Wallace _____ _____ ____ ___ __ _______ Browning, Carol _________ ::. _____ __ ___ __ ____ Browning, Donna ____ ____ __ __ ____ ___ ___ ____ Buckles, Darlene _____ __ _______ _:_ ______ ___ _ Bullock, Foy ------------ --- ------ --~------' Burton, Frances _________ __ _:_: ___ _:__~ __:·_____ :. _ Byler, Henry --------- -- --------~- - - - -----

75 69 68 75 68 65 67 77 71 73

Campbell, Virginia __ __ ____________ ______ ___ Cargill, Audeen _ ----- -- ------- - ------~---Carlisle, Nadine ______ _____ _____ __ __ _____ __ Chenoweth , Maxine __ __ ___ __ __________ ___ _ Cheshire, George -- -- -- - -- --- ~-- - - ---- -- -Coates, Lola Mae _____ ____ ____ ______ __ _____ Coates, Opal Foe _____ ____ ___ ___ __ ___ _____ Coble, Rita _____ ______________ ___ ___ ___ _ __:

73 75 74 66 73 77 70 77

Ellis, Toby - ------------·- - -------- -------- 69 Everhart, Bonnie ____ _____ __ ___ _____ _______ 68

Cole, Madge - - --- --- - - ----- -------------- 77 Connell, O' Dell C. _____ __________ _______ ___ 70 Coody, Don -- -- - -- - - ----------- -- ------ -Cope, Andrew _____ ____ __ ___________ ___ ___ Cory, Don _______ ____________ ___ ______·___ Coston, Doris __ ______ ______ _______ ________ Courtney, Mike _________ __ ___ __________ ___

78 76 65 72 77

Cox, Joyce -- --- --- --- --- ------------ ----Crawford, Bonnie ----- -- ---- --- - --- - ----~Criswell, W . T. ____ ___ ____ ___ ___ _____ _ ____ _ Crook, Wilma __________ ____ __ ___ _____ ____

64 65 65 64

Davis, Luella __________ __ __ ___ ___ _________ Davis, Margery __________ __ __ _____ ________ _ Davis, Warren Laverne ___________ __ _____ ___ Dennis, Luther __________ __ _____________ ___ Dick, Kenneth _____ -- - - - ----- -·-------- - --Dickerman, Alvis ____________ ________ __ ____ Dougharty, Pat ___ __ _____ _________ _________ DunbaG Joseph C. ___________________ _____ Duncan, John _____ _____ ____________ Dungan, Patty ---,.--- - ------ -- --- __ _______ _

71 74 71 73 66 72 64 69 77 77

Fechner, Charlotte _________ ___ __ _____ _____ _ Fields, Rowena ____ _____ _____ ______ _______ Fox, Imogene ________ ___ _____________ ___ _ Frank, Marcheta ___________ _____ ____ ______ Franklin, Anita ___ ____ ____ _______ _____ ___ _ Franklin, Robert ________ _________ _____ __ ___ Frey, Dorothea _______________ _____ __ ____ _ Fulton, Wanda ____ ____ __ _________ ________

71 65 69 69 67 64 67 78

Gear-bart, Lenora ___ _________ ____________ _ George, Bill ____ __ __ ______ ___ ___ ___________ Gleason, Monroe ____________ _____________ Gol ightly, B. F. _________ ___ ______ ______ __ _ Graham, Peggy _________ ____________ ______ Grange, Roberta ___ __________ ___ __________ Grimes, Deloris _________ ______ ___________ _ · Guyett, Le roy __ _______________________ ___ Guyett, Ralph ___ ____ ____ ____ ___ __ ____ __ __

71 64 78 75 72 74 69 64 69

Haltom, Virginia __ ___ ______ _____________ __ · Hargrove, Mablene ___ ________ __ __________ _ Harper, Alvin ____ ____ __ _____ ______________ Harris, Jo Ann __ __ ____________ ___________ _ Harrod, Van ita ___________ __ __ ____ ____ ___ _ Harter, Betty Jean ____ _____ ______________ __ Hastings, Betty Jean _________ _________ _____ Heidebrech~ Johnny ___ ______ _______ __ __ ___ Hendrick~ Bob ___ __ _____________ _______ __ Henry, Peggy ________ ______ _____ _____ ____ Henthorn, Bob ____ _________ ___________ ____

74 75 73 73 73 77 67 66 71 74 74

Herren, Ruth ---- - -------- - - -------·- - ----Hick~ Don ---- - --- - --- - ---- - ------ - --- - -Hill, Paul ine ------- - -- - - -- - -------- - --- -- Hill, Ruby - - - - --- ---- - -- - ---- - --- -- - --- - -Hollis, Jewel ------ - - - --- - -- -- -- - --------Hostetler, Naomi (Dolly) ___ ______ _____ _____ _ HowlarTd, Ernest _________ _____ _____ ____ ___ Hudson, Ruth Marie ___ __ ___________________ Huff, Robert ___ __ _____ ______ ______________

76 77 68 71 67 69 77 73 78

Jack, Zelma --------- - ---- - --------------- 72 Johnson, Garland ____ _____ ________________ 7 4 Johnson, Paul ----------------------- - ---Johnson, Pauline _______ ___ ___ __ ____ __ _____ Jones, Donna - -- - - - --- -- -- - - ---- - - -------· Jone~ Rithard - - -- - -- - -- - - -~ - ---- - ---- - ---· Jones, Sally ----- ----- - - - --- - --- -- ------- Joyc~ Naomi __________ ________ __________

71 66 75 76

78 77

Kersten, Edith --------- - - --- - - - - ---- - - -- -- 72 'KesneG Joyce ---- ----- - ------- - --- - ---- - - 76 Ketchum, Betty Jane ___________ _____ __ ___ __ 64

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PAGE

Kifer, Neva Zoe ---------------------- - ---King, Anna Nell ----------------------- - - Kirby, Dorsey __________ _: ____________ ______ Klemme, Kenneth - ----------------------- -

67 73 72 64

Lambert, Madie ----------------------- - - - Lawrence, Ferne ---------------------- - - - leach, Thurman --------------------------Lee, Ruthie --- - ---------------------- -- -Leffel, Bob ---------------------------- - - Lege', Maurice ---------------------------Lehman, Leo ----------------------------Lemay, Mora Jane - -----------------------Little, Arthur - - -------------------------- Long, Clara May - ------------------------ Long, Frances -------------------------- - -

72 72 73 78 78 72 66 65 66 75 70

McCaleb, Donald ------------------------ McClellan, John ____ ---------------------McCollough, James --------------------- --McCreery, Milton ------------------------ McCullough, Patricia -------------------- - -McCurter, Betty Lou ________________________ McFarland, Betty - - -----------------------McGinty, Bobby ------------------------ - Manwarren, Evangeline ____________________ Martin, Don -----------------------------M~an~h~ Barbara ___________________ _____ Moore, Gene ------------------------ - - - -Moorman, Nora Evelene -------------------Morgan, Floydene _________________ ______ _:_ _ Morgan, Lucille --------------------------Mortensen, Marie - -----------------------Muse, Eltie -------------------------- - - - Musgrove, Aaron --------------------------

66 65 68 68 77 76 75 75 71 75 74 71 73 76 66 76 65 71

O'Hara, Martha ------------------------ - Olds, Elizabeth ----------------~---------Olds, Olive -----------------------------Owens, Eyvind - ---------------------------

70 76 67 75

PalmeG Carman -------------~-----------ParkeG Clarence ------------------------ - Peters, Jo ______________________________ Plymale, Vance -------------------------- -Powers, Wade ---------------------------Pruitt, Constance -- - ------------------- - --PryoG Jean ------------------------------

74 65 65 76 64 68 78

Quiring, Frank --------------------------- - 76 Raiser, Suzanne __ _

71

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Richey, Monroe --========================= Riddle, Joan __________ , Riggs, Jerry -----------=================-Roberts, Maxine --

65 70 71 68

============================= Raymer, lona --------------------------- - Rhodes, Bertus __________ _ Rkhardson, Joan -- -------~------Rkhardson, Sarah___________________ _______

64 75 68 69

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Rogers, Virginia - -----------------====== == 66 Roland, L D. --- - -- - --------- - -- - -------- - 74 Rowell, Cliff ------------------------------ 70

NAME

PAGE

SaueG Verda --------------------------- - Saye~ Harvey --------- - -----------------Scoggins, Betty --------------------------Sear~ KeHh ----------------------------- Seay, Jessie -----------------------------Sharp, Mozelle - - ------------------------Shepard, Willeta --------------------~- -- -Shopfner, Billy ---------------------------Shreve, Muriel - --------------------------Singleterry, Raymond ---------------------Sloan, Delferd - -- ------------------------Smith, Jo Anne -- - -----------------------Spangler, Charlene -----------------------Spangler, Lyle ------------------------ ____ Stallings, Leslie ------------------------- - Stark, James - ---------- - - - ------------- - Stearman, Fay ---------------------------Steel, Russell ________ --------------------Steelman, Bobby -- - ------------------- - --Stephens, William -------------------'------Stewart, Lorraine - - -----------------------Stockton, Scottie _________________________ :_ Striegel, Evonne ----------------------- -- Stringer, James - -------------------------Struble, Norma - - --------------------- - --Stwalley, Mary Louise ----------------- -- --Sutton, Kenneth - -------------------------Swann, Donna Lee -------------------- - ---

72 75 74 74 76 70 65 73 71 64 67 67 77 77 64 68 75 70 68 70 78 69 66 72 67 68 67 78

Taylor, Mary Anne -----------------------Thoman, Dean --- - -----------------------Thompson, Clarence -------------------- - -Thompson, John E. -------------------- - --Turner, Fred - -- --------------------------Twining, Ilene ------------------------ - ---Tyler, Lois -------------------------------

64 67 72 66 74 69 70

Umphres, Donald ------------------------- 76 Usher, William ----------------------- - --- 65 VanBibbeG Rex - ----------------------- - -- 70 Wadley, Margil --------------------------Waits, Jesse -----------------------------Watson, Paul - - - -------------------------Waudby, Billie --------------------------Walraven, Maurice --------------------- - -Whatley, Harold ----------------------- - -White, La Neta - - ------------------------White, Melba ---------------- - -----~---~-Whitlock, Zelma ------------------------- Wil ley, Lyle - - ------------------------- - -Williams, Dillion ----------------- - ----- - -Williams, Orville E. ------------ - ----------Williams, Wanda ------------------------Williamson, Charles (Chuck) ____________ _____ Willingham, Elbert ---------------------- - W inter, Martha --------------------------Wooldridge, Syble ___________-_____________ Woolpert, Keith -------------------------Wright, Pal -- -- --------- - -- ----- - -------Wycoff, Marvene -------------------------

72 74 76 77 76 67 65 64 78 65 72 69 66 69 70 68 76 68 78 67

Yarbrough, Bob - ----------------------- - - - 78 Young, Tom ------------------------------ 68 Zerby, Bernadine ------ - --- - - - ------------ 64


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ROBERT LEFFEL,

PALMER WRIGHT,

ROBERT YARBROUGH,

President

Vice-President

Student Council Representative

SALLY JONES,

Secretary

FRESHMEN As a freshman class we were formally introduced to Bethany-Peniel College by a group of eager sophomores. Building their initiation around the theme of "Prisoners," they made certain that every one of us was a typical representative. Chain gangs, corn bread and water, electrocutions -

all these conditions were part of our initiation.

However, the pardon was finally granted and we officially became a part of the college. Choosing green and white for our class colors, we entered into the athletic program wholeheartedly. Though .they called us the "greenies," and we didn't win every time, we proved ourselves capable of causing much trouble to upperclassmen in all sports. The girls' softball team took second place in final league standings. Amid class meetings, chapel programs, prayer meetings, and the spring banquet we were kept busy throughout the entire year. Our experiences of this year will not be forgotten soon. As the year draws to a close we feel we have attained our goal -

that of developing spiritually, mentally, and

physically. And, looking forward to next year, we hope to accomplish greater things in the future .

WANDA FULTON,

Treasurer

L. C. PHILO, Sponsor


RAYMOND SINGLETERRY JOYCE COX LEROY GUYETT FRANCES BAKER

FRESHMEN

Corns are bruised at the all-school get-acquainted party.

KENNETH KLEMME MARY ANNE TAYLOR WADE POWERS BETTY JANE KETCHUM

BERNADINE ZERBY BILL GEORGE IONA RAYMER PAT DOUGHARTY

ROBERT FRANKLIN MELBA WHITE LESLIE STALLINGS WILMA CROOK


DON CORY BONNIE CRAWFORD CLARENCE PARKER MARTHA BEVILL

CLASS 0F 19路53 Freshman minds are strained in entrance examinations.

JOHN McCLELLAN ROWENA FIELDS W. T. CRISWELL, JR. JO PETERS

LA NETA WHITE WILLIAM USHER, JR. MORA JANE LEMAY ELTIE MUSE

LYLE WILLEY WILLETA SHEPARD MONROE RICHEY DONNA BROWNING


JOHN BARRON WANDA WILLIAMS JOHN E. THOMPSON BETTY BAIRD

FRESHMEN

A busy day f or the freshmen as registration begins .

VIRGINIA ROGERS KENNETH DICK WANDA EASTMAN BILLY RAY ALLEN

DONALD McCALEB MAXINE CHENOWETH ARTHUR LITTLE EVONN E STRIEGEL

LUCILLE MORGAN JOHNNY HEIDEBRECHT PAULI NE JOHNSON LEO LEHMAN


DELFERD SLOAN BETTY JEAN HASTINGS NEVA ZOE KIFER JEW EL HOLLIS

CLASS OF 1953

No, Professor Rairdon, you can 't register.

MARVENE WYCOFF OLIVE OLDS JIMMY BLANKENSHIP NORMA STRUBLE

DARLENE BUCKLES KENNETH SUTTON ANI TA FRANKLIN HAROLD WHATLEY

JO ANNE SMITH DOROTHEA FREY DEAN THOMAN MARTHA ROGERS

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CONSTANCE PRUITT PAULINE HILL WAYNE EDWARDS MARY LOU BROWN

FRESHMEN

Broadcasting from station FROSH at the "get-acquainted" party .

MI LTON McCREERY CAROL BROWNING KEITH WOOLPERT MAXINE ROBERTS

MARY LOUIS E STWALLEY BOBBY STEELMAN MARTHA WINTER TOM YOUNG

JAMES McCOLLOUGH BONNI E EVERHART JAMES STARK JOAN RICHARDSON


BETTIE BRITTAIN TOBY ELLIS ORVILLE E. WILLIAMS DELORIS GRIMES

CLASS OF 1953

Service with a smile as freshmen, such as Mike Courtney, become acquainted with the faculty.

SCOTTIE STOCKTON VIDA ELLEN DURHAM CHARLES (Chuck) WILLIAMSON JO KREIE

MARCHETA FRANK IMOGENE FOX NAOMI (Dolly) HOSTETLER ILENE TWINING

RALPH GUYETT REBECCA BREEDON JOSEPH C. DUNBAR SARAH RICHARDSON

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O'DELL C. CONNELL ELBERT WILLINGHAM KATHY ELKINS ERNEST ATWOOD

FRESHMEN

Then one morning at 5 A. M., the frosh begin the initiation routine.

LOIS TYLER WILLIAM STEPHENS FRANCES LONG REX VanBIBBER

CLIFF ROWELL OPAL FAE COATES JAY BAILEY JOAN RIDDLE

MARTHA O'HARA HENRY BLANCHARD MOZELLE SHARP RUSSELL STEEL

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CHARLOTTE FECHN ER BOB HENDRICKS MUR IEL SHR EVE WARREN LA VERNE DAVIS

CLASS OF 1953

By daylight, what used to be freshmen might be classified as anything .

RUBY HILL IVAN BRADLEY SUZANN E RAIS ER GENE MOORE

PAUL JOHNSON FRANCES BURTON JERRY RIGGS EVANGELINE MANWARR EN

LUELLA DAVIS AARON MUSGROVE LENORA GEARHART WI LLIAM RAY

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DELLA BECKEL CLARENCE THOMPSON FERNE LAWRENCE JAMES STRINGER

FRESHMEN

Shake, pal, we're in this mess together.

PEGGY GRAHAM MAURICE LEGE VERDA SAUER WILLIAM M. BOHANNAN

DILLON WILLIAMS EDITH KERSTEN MARGIL WADLEY ZELMA JACK

MADIE LAMBERT DORSEY KIRBY DORIS COSTON ALVIS DICKERMAN


ANNA NELL KING LUTHER DENNIS EULA MAE BOND HENRY BYLER

CLASS OF 1953

Lift that barge, tote that rail.

WILDA EATON ALVIN HARPER VANITA HARROD GEORGE CHESHIRE

THURMAN LEACH VIRGINIA CAMPBELL GLENN BAILEY JO ANN HARRIS

NORA EVELENE MOORMAN ASA ROGERS RUTH MARIE HUDSON BILLY SHOPFNER

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JESS E WAITS BARBARA MIYANISHI CARMAN PALMER ROBERT A GRANGE

FRESHMEN

Open air chapel on initiation day .

HARRIETTE DUNN L. D. ROLAND

BETTY SCOGGINS GARLAND JOHNSON

MELVIN ARNOLD VIRGINIA HALTOM FRED TURNER NADINE CARLISLE

PEGGY HENRY KEITH SEARS MARGERY DAVIS BOB HENTHORN

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JEAN RANDAL EYVIND OWENS CLARA MAY LONG DON MARTIN

CLASS OF 1953 The crystal ball seems a bit dusty as Neva Zoe predicts the future of the sophomores.

BETTY McFARLAND BOBBY McGINTY AUDEEN CARGILL BERTUS RHODES

B. F. GOLIGHTLY DONNA JON ES WA LLACE BROWN FAY 路STEARMAN

ARLENE BOND HARVEY SA YES MABLENE HARGROVE BURL BRIM

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SYBLE WOOLDR IDGE JOE BOZEMAN BETTY LOU McCURTER MAURICE WALRAVEN

FRESHMEN

The freshman initiates ore tried before on impartial sophomore jury.

JOYCE KESN ER ANDR EW COPE, JR. MARIE MORTENSEN PAUL WATSON

RICHARD. JONES ELIZABETH OLDS VANCE PLYMALE RUTH HERREN

JESSIE SEAY DONALD UMPHRES FLOYDENE MORGAN FRANK QUIRING

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MIKE COURTNEY PATTY DUNGAN BI LLIE WAUDBY BETTY JEAN HARTER

CLASS OF 1953

The freshman prexy, Bob Leffel, receives a "shocking" experience .

DON HICKS NAOMI JOYCE LYLE SPANGLER MADGE COLE

MAXINE BASSETT ERNEST HOW LAND RITA COBLE FOY BULLOCK

PATRICIA McCULLOUGH CHARLENE . SPANGLER JOHN DUNCAN LOLA MAE COATES

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RUTHIE LEE BOB YARBROUGH WANDA FULTON SALLY JONES

FRESHMEN

The barracks b for a b anquet. oys ente r

th e pirates' den

BOB LEFFEL LORRAINE STEWART ROBERT HUFF

JEAN PRYOR PAL WR IGHT ZELMA WHITLOCK

MONROE GLEASON DONNA LEE SWANN DON COODY


SOPHOMORE PICTURE INDEX

NAME

PAGE

NAME

PAGE

Abbott, Jack -- - -------------------------- 87 Abrahams, Elizabeth ----- - ----------------- 91

Culwell, Harold --------------------------- 89 Culwel l, Thelma ________ ________ ___ ____ ____ 89

Acord, Bob --------------- - -------------- -Adams, Don ---------------------------- - Ande~on, Alke _________________ ________ __ Anderson, Jesse ___________________________

85 88 93 92

Cypert, El isha ---------------------------- 92

Babcock, Joann --------------------------Barnes, Lee -----------------------------Barnett, Barbara -------------------------Bax~~ Donald -------- - ---------------- - Beard, Marvin ------------------- - ------- Bennett, Charles __________ :__ _______________ Bernstorf, Mona Marie ______________________

87 85 88 87 92 89 92

Be~~ Rex ---- - -------- - ----------------Bilhimer, Lois ----------- - ----------------Bolerjack, Francis ------------------------Bowman, Jack - - ----- -- -- --------------- - Bradford, Madeline -----------------------Bradley, Donna - - -------- ----------------Brannon, Wilbur ----------------------- - - Brewer, Marjorie - ------- - ------- - --------Briggs, Doretha - - ------- - ------ - ---------Brink, Ellene ----------- - ----------------Brown, Denton -------- - - ------ - ---------Brown, Lecil -----------------------------Brown, Lottie -- --- ------- ------------ -- --Burns, Cecil ------------- ----------------Bullion, Clyde ---------- - --- --- ----------Bumpu~ John ------------------ - --------Burkhart, Ford --------------------------- Burton, Billy J. ------------------ - - --------

93 89 86 86 83 82 82 92 84 87 85 85 88 82 89 89

Damewood, Alice ------------------------Daniels, Helen -- -------------------------Denne~ Dkk ------------------ - ---------Davis, Della -----------------------------Delong, Marilyn -------------------------Dillard, Carl ---------- - -----------------Dooly, Gerry ----- ---- -------------- -- - --Dorris, Robert _ ---------------- - ------- - --

84 88 84 91 87 82 82 93

Eason, Fern -- - ----------------- ---------Eason, Harold -- ------ - ------------------Edwards, Helen --------- ------- - ---------Engle, Ruth -------------------- - ---------

88 93 93 85

Ferraez, Fernando ------ - ------ -- ---------Fetters, Bob -- - --------------------------Fletcher, Billy Joe __________________________ Foxworthy, Herbert _____________________ ___

92 86 87 86

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Garber, Thomas ------ - ---------------- - -- 84 Gatlin, W. D. (Jack) _______________________ 84 Gering, Leonard ------ - --- -------- -------- 93 Gladman, Dorothy ------------- - ------- - -- 92 Goen, Donald ---- ---- ----------------- - -- 87 Goff, Edward ----------------- - ---------- 88 Goodson, Deloris -------------- - ---------- 89 Gray, John -- -- -------------------------- 89

90

Grou~ Robert --------- - ------ -- ---------- 92

85

Gunn, Gordon ------------------------- - -- 93

Campbell, Pauline ------------------------- 87 Cargill, Vernon J. ------------------------ - 92

Hagan, Zola Mae ------------- - ----------- 84

Carlisle, Leta Mae ------------------------- 90

Hale, Helen ------------------------------ 88

Carothers, Evelyn ---------------------- - -- 84

Hankins, Maunette ------------ - ------- - - -- 87

Casey, Ralph --- -- ------ ---- --- -- --------- 93

Harper, Martha -------------------------- 88

Chambers, Gene - ------------------------- 86

Hastings, Curtis --------------------------- 85 89 Hawkins, Floyd

Chaney, Birdsall - --------------- - ------- - - 93 Chaney, 0 . R. --------- - -------- - --------- 91 Chapman, Norma ------------------------- 87

Hayne~ Carol --------- - ------- - ---------- 88 He rren, Hillis ----------- ------- - ---------- 86

Cheshire, Eunice -------------------------- 92

Hodges, Ralph - ------- - ------------------- 89

Ch inn, Ted ------------------------------- . 87

Hoffpauir, Larry --------------- - ---------- 89

Conrad, Howard ------------------------- - 90

Homer, Dorothy ------- - ------------------ 90

Cook, Pauline -------------------------- - - 89

Huddleston, Cora ----- - ----------------- - - 82

Cornwell, Don ---------------------------- 84

lmel, Evelyn ___________________ _______ _: ___ 84

Cox, Betty ----- -------------------------- 83

Isaacs, Mildred --------------------------- 91

Craig, Carl ------------------------------ 83 Crosby, Wilbur ----- ---- ------------------ 90

Joh nson, Wayne ------- - ------------------ 90

79


PAGE

NAME

Ke efe, John ----- - - - ---- --- -- - - - --- --- --- 90 Keeton, Burl

-------- -- ---- -- ---- - - - --- 84

Knight, John - -- -- - - - ----- - ---- -- --- ---- -- 93 Knoll , Grace ---------- - ----- - ------ - --- - 84 Krey, Patri cia __ ___ _:_ _______ ___ __ ________ ___ 87 La ndtroop, Jewel ----------- - ----------- - - 83 Latson, Billie Jean __________ ___ ______ ___ ___ 85 Lehman, Howard __________ ___ _____ ___ ____ __ 91 Lindsey, Mary Beth - -- ------ - ----------; - - -- - 86 Little, Buddy ------- -------- ----- - --- ----- -- 90 Lowe, Jack B. _______ ___ ___________ ____ ____ 88 McAIIa ster, llladeene ________ ________ ______ 85 McBurnett, Robert ___ ______ ____ _______ ___ __ 84 McClaflin, Dale _______ _____ ___________ ____ 82 McClaflin, Gerald ine ___ ______ _____ _____ __ __ McGinty, Daniel ___ ______ ___ ___ ________ __ Mc in nis, Jetta Mae ____ ___ ____ _____ _______ _ Maddux, Maynard ___ ,. _________ ____ _______ Maiden, Harold ___________ _________ _______ Manering, Gerry ___ _____ ______ _____ ___ ____ Manning, Minnie Lou __ _______ _________ ____ Martin, Mary ____ _________ __ ________ _____ _ Middleton, Reba __ __ ___ _______ ___________

82 88 84 84 88 89 91 89 83

Moon, Fred M . -------- - ~ - -------- - --- - ---- 91 Moore, Darrell ___________ ___ ___________ ______ 85 Moore, Mary Frances ___ ______ _________ ____ _ Moore, Vernon ____ ______ ____ ____ __________ Morgan, Merrill ____ __________ _____ ________ Morris, Maxine ____________ _____ _____ ___ __ Murphy, Wilson ___ ___ ___ ______ ______________ Murray, Modena ____ ______________ ___ ___ __

90 90 91 83 86 90

Nichols, Vestal ___ ______ ____ _____ __ ____ ___ 83 Nored, Jerrie __________ _____ ___ ____ _______ 85 Oakes, Francis ___ ___ ___ ___ ________ __ __ ____ 88 Oliver, Lawrence ____ _____ ____________ ___ __ 89 Oshiro, Alice _____ _____ ______ ____ __________ 91 Pagan,

Ke~h

____ _____ ______ _____ ____ __ ___ 88

Petty, Margaret ______ ___ __ ___ ________ __ ___ Pierce, Melvin ___ ______ ________ __ _____ ____ Pinkston, Alma ______ ____ __ ______ ___ ______ ___ Pinkston, Betty _____________ __ ________ __ __ _ Pool , Dean _______ _______ ______ ______ ____

86 86 83 91 93

Prin ce, Bill --- - -------------------- - -- - -- - 83 Pre ntice, Genelle _______ __ ________ __________ 93 Rainbolt, Patsy ______________ _ ______ ______ Reep, Frances ___ __ ________ __ ___ _____ ___ Rhode~ Freda __ __ ______ __ ___ ___ __ ________ Rhode~ Skeet _____ ___ _____ ____ ___ ____ ___ _ Rhodes, Wanda ______ ______________ __ __ ___

87 85 92 83 86

Rhodes, Woodie 82 Robinson, Clara __ __ __________ ___ ___ _______ 89

NAME

PAGE

Robinson, Madelle ___ ______ ____ _______ _____ 90 Rogers, Homer ____ ____ ___ ___ _______________ 87 Rogers, Wanda _________ ____ ___ __ __ _______ 92 Rosfeld, Florence _____________ ___ __ _______ 82 Rowe, Ruthie ___ ___________ ______ ____ _____ 85 Sanders, Don ____ _______ __ ______________ __ 93 Sauer, Willodene ____ ___ __ ______________ __ 93 Seay, Bill __ _______ _____ _______ _______ ____ 92 Sharpton, 路wendell ___ ___ ____ ___ ____ _____ __ Shippy, Harlan ____ _________ _ ___ ___ _______ Shropshire, Annette __________ __________ ___ _ Shrou~ Bob ____ _____ _____ _____ _______ ____

93 83 92 88

Silvey, Lawrence _______ __ ______ ___ ________ 91 Singletary, Emery ____ _____ _____ ___________ 93 Slusher, Charles ____-__ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ 85 Smith, Robert ------------- - -------------- - - 91 Steele, Lee ---- - ---- - ---- - - -------------- 91 Stephens, James _______ _____ ________ _ ______ 82 Stewart, James ---- -- --- -- - ------ -- --路-- - -- 83 Stipe, Charles __ __ _____ __ ________ _________ 92 TayloG Bob ---- ----- ---- ------ - - - --- - -- -- 88 Terry, Vanettia ___ __ _________ ____ _________ 85 Thompson , James ---- --- --- -- ------- - --路---Trammell, Mordell ____ _____________________ Tryon, Charles __________ _____ _____ __ ____ __ Turman, Van ____ _____ __ ___ __ _______ _____ _

86 90 91 83

Tyler, Virgil ____ ______ __________ _____ _____ 87 Uerkvitz, David _____ _______ ___ ____________ 86 Uerkvitz, Esther _______________________ ____ 86 Uyehara, Dorothy ____ ____________________ __ 91 Waldrep, Thomas E. _______________________ Walker, Edith _______ __ __ _____ ____ _____ ___ Walker, Kenneth ____ _____ __________ _____ __ Wallace, Betty ____ _____ _______ ___ ______ ___ Ward, Sara Frances ____ _____ ____ __ ___ ___ __ Watson, Elbert ____ _____ _____ _____ _______ _ Watson, Lawrence ________ __ _____ __________ Watson, Naomi _____ _____ _________________ Watt, Glorene ___ ___ ___ __ ____ _____ __ __ _____

84 84 87 85 93 83 92 86 92

West, Frances -------- - ---- - ---- -- 路-- - - --- West, John ---- - ---- - --- - - ---- - ---- - ---- West, Ruth --------------- ----------------Westlund, Harold ______________ ____ __ ____ __ Williams, Betty _______ ___ ____ _____________ Williams, Phyllis ____ _____ _____ ___ _________ Will iams, Rebecca _________________________ Williams, Virginia ________________________ _ Williamson, Paul ___ ___ _____ ______ __ __ __ ___ Williamson, Sue ____ _____ _____ _____________ Winters, Raymond ____ _____________________ Wuester, Terry ____ _____ ___________________

82 82 91 82 90 90 83 90 83 82 93 82

Yarbrough, Peggy __________ ______________ 92 Yoesel, Joan __ __ _______ ___ ______ __ __ _____ 86


JOHN KNIGHT

WENDELL SHARPTON

RALPH CASEY

PROF. FRED FLOYD

President

Vice-President

Student Council Representative

Sponsor

WILLODENE SAUER Secretary

SOPHOMORES As we stepped up to the starting line two years ago, there was a flurry of anxiety to begin the four-year lap ahead of us. Registration proved both exciting and complicated. We were

glad

when

this

part

of

the .race

was over. Afterwards we faced new hazards -

entrance exami-

nations, initiation , adiustments to life in a dormitory, the task of organizing our class. Most hurdles, however, we took in stride, reminding ourselves that we were gaining strength for the second lap. New zeal and vigor marked the beginning of the sophomore yea r. Having run the first lap successfully, we now had the privilege of initiating

new runners. Our

athletic program was outstanding: the class took second place in both football and basketball; three boys in our class made the all-school basketball team and two made the football team; and, to complete the record, fi ve sophomore girls won places on the girls' all-school basketball team. This second

lap has taught us that only the best

runners ever finish the race. So as we pass the half-way marker, we plan to enter our iunior course as experienced runners with a greater determination to put forth every ounce of strength, if necessary, to reach the goal we see off in the distance.

SARA FRANCES WARD Treasurer

81


TERRY WUESTER CECIL BURNS JAMES STEPHENS HAROLD W ESTLUND

SOPHOMORES

At the end of a day of initiation, the sophomores sooth the freshmen with a reception .

FRANCES WEST JOHN WEST SUE WI LLIAMSON WILBUR BRANNON

CARL DILLARD FLORENCE ROSFELD WOODI E RHODES DONNA BRADLEY

CORA HUDDLESTON DALE McCLAFLIN GERALDINE McCLAFLIN GERRY DOOLY

82


VAN TURMAN REBECCA WILLIAMS SKEET RHODES ELBERT WATSON

CLASS OF 1952

Where ore a// those freshmen coming from?

VESTAL NICHOLS BETTY COX JAMES STEWART MADALINE BRADFORD

ALMA PINKSTON CARL CRAIG JEWEL LANDTROOP BILL PRINCE

HARLAN SHIPPY MAXINE MORRIS PAUL WILLIAMSON REBA MIDDLETON

83


EVELYN IMEL DON CORNWELL JETTA MAE MciNNIS THOMAS E. WALDREP

SOPHOMORES

"Well, sho' nuff, I welcome all you new students, too," says Darrell Moore at the get-acquainted party.

ZOLA MAE HAGAN

W D. (Jack) GATLIN DORETHA BRIGGS THOMAS GARBER

ROBERT McBURNETT ALICE DAMEWOOD MAYNARD MADDUX EVELYN CAROTHERS

GRACE KNOLL BURL KEETON EDITH WALKER DICK DANNER

.84


DARRELL MOORE BI LLI E JEAN LATSON DENTON BROWN VAN ETT IA TERRY

CLASS OF 1952

Sue and Billie Jean ask for a ticket to Grandma's at the get-acquainted party.

BILLY J. BURTON RUTHIE ROWE BOB ACORD FRANCES REEP

JERRIE NORED CURTIS HASTINGS BETTY WALLACE LECIL BROW N

LEE BARNES ILLADEENE McALLASTER CHARLES SLUSHER RUTH ENGLE


JAMES THOMPSON MELVIN PIERCE WILSON MURPHY WANDA RHODES

SOPHOMORES

Maynard Maddux grabs for the handkerchief; Alice Oshiro grabs for Maynard.

JACK BOWMAN MARY BETH LINDSEY GENE CHAMBERS MARGARET PETTY

JOAN YOES EL BOB FETTERS NAOMI WATSON FRANCIS BOLERJACK

DA \tl.b);' UERKVITZ ESTHER UERKVITZ HILLIS HERREN HERBERT FOXWORTHY


KENNETH WALKER PATSY RAINBOLT TED CHINN PATRICIA KREY

CLASS OF 1952

That Jolly Sophomore Quartet cheers everyone at the sophomore party.

JACK ABBOTT MARILYN DeLONG VIRGIL TYLER PAULINE CAMPBELL

ELLENE BRINK DONALD BAXTER JOANN BABCOCK BILLY JOE FLETCHER

HOMER ROGERS NORMA CHAPMAN DONALD GOEN MAUNETTE HANKINS

87


DANIEL McGINTY CAROL HAYNES EDWARD GOFF LOTTIE BROWN

SOPHOMORES

Birdwell salutes as Rhodes shoots .

JACK B. LOWE BARBARA BARNETT DON ADAMS MARTHA HARPER

HELEN DANIELS BOB SHROUT FERN EASON KEITH PAGAN

FRANCIS OAKES HELEN HALE HAROLD MAIDEN BOB TAYLOR


CHARLES BENN ETT MARY MARTIN CLARA ROBINSON LAWRENCE OLIVER

CLASS OF 1952

Moore and Shaffer stretch for one.

JOHN GRAY GERRY MANNERING LARRY HOFFPAUIR PAULINE COOK

RA LPH HODGES JOHN BUMPUS LOIS BILHIMER FLOYD HAWKINS

HAROLD CULWELL THELMA CULWELL CLYDE BULLION DELORIS GOODSON

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BUDDY LITTLE PHYLLIS W ILLIAMS WAYNE JOHNSON VIRGINIA WILLIAMS

SOPHOMORES

Ernest Walden concludes the announcements. "And when you have finished your dessert, you may pass out!"

MODELLE ROBINSON MORD ELL TRAMMELL MODENA MURRAY FORD BURKHART

WILBUR CROSBY BETTY WI LLI AMS JOHN KEEFE LETA MAE CARLISLE

DOROTHY HOMER HOWARD CONRAD MARY FRANCES MOORE VERNON MOORE

90


,\1\ERRILL MORGAN MILDRED ISAACS LEE STEELE RUTH WEST

CLASS OF 1952

Merry Christmas, everyone!

CHARLES TRYON BETTY PINKSTON HOWARD LEHMAN DELLA DAVIS

ALICE OSHIRO LAWRENCE SILVEY MINNIE LOU MANNING 0. R. CHANEY

ROBERT SMITH DOROTHY UYEHARA FRED M. MOON

ELIZ.ABETH ABRAHAMS

91


FERNANDO FERRAEZ WANDA ROGERS ELISHA CYPERT MARJORIE BREW ER VERNON J CARGILL

SOPHOMORES

Piano ensemble plays in chapel .

ANNETTE SHROPSHIRE

LAWRENCE WATSON PEGGY YARBROUGH JESSE ANDERSON EUNICE CHESHIRE

MONA MARIE BERNSTORF MARVIN BEARD FREDA RHODES BILL SEAY

CHARLES STIPE DOROTHY GLADMAN ROBERT GROUT GLORENE WATT ()f)


WILLODENE SAUER GORDON GUNN ALICE ANDERSON RALPH CASEY WENDE LL SHARPTON

CLASS OF 1952

DON SANDERS

Spring comes, and students turn to the study of green lawns.

EMERY SINGLETARY HELEN EDWARDS LEONARD GERING BIRDSALL CHANEY

SARA FRANCES WARD RAYMOND WINTER ROBERT DORR IS REX BERRY

JOHN KNIGHT GENELLE PRENTICE HAROLD EASON DEAN POOL

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JUNIOR PICTURE INDEX NAME

NAME

PAGE

PAGE

Alexander, Nina Mae _________ ____________ 104

Emmert, Ervin __ _________________ _ ___

104

Alsobrook, McRichey ______________________ 107

Emmert, J. W . __________ ________________

Anderson, Jean --- ----------- -- ----------

99

Evans, Mary Jeanne ----------------- -;- ------ 101

Andrews, Ge orge ----------------------- - 101

Farr, Audrey --------------- - ----- ----- -- 103

99

Bayles, Virjeane ------------ - ---- -------- 106

Fechne~ John ------------ -- ----- - ----- - - 105

Bass, Dale ---------------- ------ ------ __ 104

Foster, Bonnie

Beals, Ivan ------------------------- _____ 104

Freeburg, Sidney ___________ ______________ 107

Bilyeu, Grace -- - ------------ - -------- ---- 102

Frey, Kenneth - -- ------------------------ 100

Blanchard, Lottie -- ---------- - ------------ 104

Fry, Gilbert --- - ------------------------- 105

Bohannan, Lavonia ------------ - ----------

99

Garber, Billy ------------- ---- ----------- 104

Bohannan , Luther ___________ __ ___________

98

Garbe~ Bud ----------------------------

98

Brandon, Ruth - - - - -- --------------------- - 105

Garsee, Jarrell - - - --------------------- --

98

Bridges, Raymond _______________________ _ 105

Gilley, Marvin -------------------------- - 107

Brown, Geron -- - ---------- - - - --- -------- 100

Gilley, Vera ----------------------------- 107

Campbell, Richard ------------------------ 103

Green, Yvonne ----------- - -------------- 100

Carl isle, Harold -- - ------------------------ 103

Grout, Dean --------------------------- - 107

Carothers, Joan - ------- ------------------ 102

Grundy, Paul ------------- - -------------- 100

Cavanaugh , E. Harrison _______ __ _________ _ 102

Hakes, Robert -- - ----------------------- - - 102

Chapman, Pearl _____________ ____________ 102

Hammerstrom, Leroy _______ __ ____________ _ 102

Clary, Betty Jane _____________ ___________ _

98

Harpe~ Paul - --------------------------- 106

Clegg , Loretta -- - ------------ - ----------- 103

Harrell, Charles -------------------------- 104

Clegg , Nita ---------------- - -------- --- - 104

Harrison , Charles __________ _____________ __ 101

Clem, Virginia __ _____________ _____________ 102

Harvey, Raymond ------------------------ 106

Cloud, Dennis - - - - ------------------ ---- - 100

Heidebrecht, Allen ----------------------- 102

Coburn, Thurman ------------------------- 106

Henderson, W illard _________ __ ____________ 101

Commons, Vesta -------------- - ---------- 100

Hes~ Joseph ---------------------------- 106

Cook, Bettye ---------------------------- 105

Herrick, James ------------- - ------------- 104

Culley, Olvette ----------------- - --------- 102

Hillery, Wilma --------------------------- 102

Davis, Wayman -- - --------- -------------- 103 Delong, Carolyn ----------------- ---------

99

Diffee, Joe ------ ------------------------ 104 Dimond, Minn ie Blanche ____________________

Hebel, Lee ----------------- - ----------- -

99

Hoffpauir, Wilma Dean ___________________ _

99

Hogan, Emma Jean -----------------------

98

Holland, Wilda -------------------------- 104

98

Holman, Ed -- - -------------------------- 106

Dole, Dwight --- - ------------------------ 100

Hoove~ Dan~! - - --------------------- --- 102

Dodson, Glenn --- - --------- - - ---------- - 102 Dougharty, Nell ------------ - - ---------- - 102 Dougharty, W . T. ------------------------ 107 Down~ Ralph -- -- ---------- - ------------

103

Horton, Donald ----------- - ------------- -

98

Horton, Marie -- - ----------------------- -

98

Hudson, Bill -------------- - - - ------------ 106

98

Isaacs, R. H. -- ---- ---------------------- - 101

Draper, Bill ------------ --- - - ------------ 106

95


NAME

PAGE

NAME

PAGE

Johnson, Archie ---------------- - --- -- - - -- 103

Preuss, Adeline

107

Johnston, Jo hnny ______ ___ __ _ .:_ ___________ _ 106

Proffitt, Marvin

105

Joiner, Hal ________ _____ _________ __ ____ __

99

Riddle, Melvin ----- - --------------------- 101

Jones, Betty ------- - -- -- ------ - --- ------- 105

Robinson, June __________ _______________ _

98

Jones, Orville (Peck) _______ _____ __ _______

Roper, Wanda __ ___ ___ _______ __ __ ___ _____

99

99

Kelso, Mary Lou __ _________ ___ ____________ 105

Runyon, Francis -------------------------- 100

King, Florence __ ____ __ ______ ___________ ___ 103

Sarras, Helen - --------------------------- 104

King, Gene ------- - --- - ------ - - ---- - - - - - 98 Kirby, Glenn __________ _____ _____ _____ ___ 102

Scofield, Lois ----------------------------

Knox, Sidney -- - -- - ---- - - - - - --- - ------ - - -

99

Shurley, Wayne ___ _________ _____________ 107

Krigbaum, Naomi _____ ___ ___ ______ __ ____ _

98

Smith, Hall ie - ------- - - - ------ - ---------- 100

Kruse, Marie ___ _____ _________ __ _____ ____

98

Smith, Marie

Lakey, Bill - - -- -- -- - --- -- - - -------------- 102 Lanham, Delbert __ _____ _____ __ ____ ___ ____ 103 Liglit, Dollene _____ _________ _______ ____ __

99

99

Showalter, Emerson ________ _________ ___ ___ 103

101

SmHh, Paul ----------------------------- 100 Snowbarger, Marvin ______________________ 106 Snyder, Carl ____________________________ 106

Frances ___ _________ ____ __ ___ ___ __ 102

Snyde~ Norma Jean --------------------- 106

Lynch, Ruby _________________________ ___ _ 103

Sonnevik, Milton ------------------------- 101

Luthe~

Sooter, Jack --------------------- - ------McPherson, Thelma ___ ______________ __ __ __ 107 Mayo, Alvin -- - -- - -------- - ------ --------- 106 Mewes, Evelyn __ ___ ___________ ____ ____ ___ 103 Miller, Berniece ____ ___ __ ___ ____ ____ ____ __ 100 Miller, Mary ____ __ __ _____ _______________ 104 Miller, Ruth ------- - ---- - -- - -- - - ---------

99

Moore, Donald __ ______ _____ __ ___ ___ ___ __

98

99

Stangeland, Gordon ______________________ 101 Stangeland, Wilma ----------------------- 104 Stark, Kathleen ---------------------- - --- 107 Steele, Herbert --------------------------- 107 Stover, Mary Louise ______________________ _ 105 Swan, Eleanor --------------------------- 105 Swann, Johnie A. ------------------------ 104

Moore, Donna _______ ____ _____ ___________ 101 Moore, Frank ie _______ ____ ______ _________ 101 Moore, Myrtle _________ ___ _______________ 101 Moore, Tibbelleen - --- - ---- - - - - -----------

98

Myers, Doris ---- - -- ---------------------- 101

Thomas, J. W路-------------- - ----- ~ ------- 103 Tim~ Troy -------------------------- - ---

98

Toepfe~ James -------------------------- 100

Transue, Earl ----------------------------- 105 Turner, Leslie --------- - -- - --- - ------- ---- 105

Nea l, Morris ---- - - -------- - ---- - - - -- - - --- 107 Newman, Shirley ____ __________ ___ ___路____ _ 103

Walden, Ernest -------------- - -- --- - --- - -

99

Watts, Geneva ------------------ - - - ----- 103 Oakes, Winifred ____ __ ___ _____ ___________ 105

Willey, Lavelle --------------------------- 100

Owens, Don - --- - ------------------------ 107

Williams, Mary -------------------------- 100

Paden, Mary Jean ___ _____________ ________ 104

Williams, Ruth --------------------- - ----- 100

Parsons, Veri in ___________ __ _______ _______ 103

Williamson, June ------------------------- 107

Payne, Robert ___________________________ 101

Willwerth, Paul - - ------------------------ 100

Perryman, J. E., Jr. ___ ______ _______________ 101

Wilson, Stanley __________________________ 105

Post, Gene -------------- - --------------- 105 Potts, Troy -- - --------- ------------------

99

Wooley, Annette Schmelzenbach _________ ___ 101 Yarbrough, Betty Jean _____ _________ ____ ___ 105


ED HOLMAN Student Council Represent ative

BILL DRAPER Vice-President

DON OWENS President

PROF . JACK RA IRDON Sponso r

JUNE WILLIAMSON Secretary

JUNIORS The clas, of 1951 has made many achievements sc holarship,

in

physical

and

spiritua l

develo p ment,

in in

leadership on the campus . Leadership during the ~urren t year has been

most

marked in the field of a t hletics. At t he beginning of t he year t he junior boys took t he championshi p in footb al l. Then as the basketball season came to a close, the class team had won all but one game. Further honor came in N ovember when a junior girl was crowne d queen of the annual Jamboree, and in Marc h, w hen t he junior boys were presented

gold

basketballs at the

Reveille

Echo

Tournament for defeating all the other cl a ss teams. Four boys and one .girl lettered in basketbal l, and a junior girl was crowned queen of the Tournament. Besides reg ular class prayer meet ing s a nd class parti es, ot her memorable events of this year have included a lyceum program presenting Joseph Benton, tenor, to the campus, and t he annua l banquet for seniors g iven at t he Oklahoma C lub in Oklahoma Ci ty. Al togeth er the experiences of the class this year have been both enjoyable and ed ucat ive -

good preparation for t he strenuous and

ful l acti vit ies anticipated for t he senior year.

ADELINE PREUSS Treasurer

97


JARRELL GARSEE MINNIE BLANCHE DIMOND BUD GARBER BETT~ JANE CLARY

JUNIORS

Stangeland finds the going tough against the sophomores.

LUTHER BOHANNAN TIBBELLEEN MOORE DONALD MOORE EMMA JEAN HOGAN

NAOMI KR IGBAUM TROY TIMS MARIE KRUSE GENE KING

RA LPH DOWNS MARI E HORTON DONALD HORTON JUNE ROBINSON

QR


SIDNEY KNOX RUTH MILLER LEE HOBEL WILMA DEAN HOFFPAUIR

CLASS OF 1951

Skeet Rhodes almost gets away for aT. D.

WANDA ROPER J. W. EMMERT CAROLYN DeLONG TROY POTTS

ORVILLE (Peckl JONES LOIS SCOFIELD HAL JOINER ~AVONIA

BOHANNAN

DOLLENE LIGHT ERNEST WALDEN JEAN ANDERSON JACK SOOTER

99


RUTH W ILLIAMS HALLIE SMITH PAUL SMITH DENNIS 'CLOUD

JUNIORS

Robert Chung from Korea impresses the student body with the need in Korea .

PAUL GRUNDY LAVELLE WI LLEY JAMES TOEPFER PAUL WILLWERTH

VEST A COMMONS GERON BROWN MARY W ILLIAMS FRANCIS RUNYON

DWIGHT DOLE BERNIECE MILLER KENNETH FREY YVONNE GR EEN 1()()


MYRTLE MOORE M IL TON SONNEV IK DORIS MYERS

I

GORDON STANGELAND

CLASS OF 1951

"Professor Emmel" Garsee serenades his true love at the get-acquainted party.

ANNETTE SCHMELZENBACH WOOLEY GEORGE ANDREWS MARY JEANNE EVANS W ILLARD HENDERSON

MELV IN RIDDLE FRANKIE MOORE J. E. PERRYMAN, JR . MARIE SMI TH

ROBERT PAYNE R. H. ISAACS DONNA MOORE CHARLES HARRISON


ROBERT HAKES OLVETTE CULLEY GLENN DODSON GRACE BILYEU

JUNIORS

Positive proof-some people do study in the Library .. . and some don't .

ALLEN HEIDEBRECHT WI LMA HILLERY E. HARRISON CAVANAUGH JOAN CAROTHERS

NELL DOUGHARTY BILL LAKEY VIRGINIA CLEM LEROY HAMMERSTROM

DANI EL HOOVER FRANCES LUTH ER GLENN KIRBY PEARL CHAPMAN


SHIRLEY NEWMAN J. W

THOMAS

AUDREY FARR ARCHIE JOHNSON

CLASS OF 1951

Havoc reigns as the Ruggles family prepares to go visiting .

LORETTA CLEGG RICHARD CAMPBELL EVELYN MEWES VERLIN PARSONS

HAROLD CARLISLE BONNIE FOSTER WAYMAN DAVIS RUBY LYNCH

FLORENCE KING EMERSON SHOWALTER GEN EVA WATTS DELBERT LANHAM

lW


NITA CLEGG CHARLES HARRELL LOTTIE BLANCHARD ERVIN EMMERT

.

JUNIORS

Some of the faculty pick up some pointers from Dr. McCartney, coordinator for the North Central Association .

WILMA STANGELAND IVAN BEALS NINA MAE ALEXANDER DALE BASS

JOE DIFFEE MARY JEAN PADEN JAMES HERRICK MARY MILLER

W ILDA HOLLAND JOHNIE A. SWANN HELEN SARRAS BILLY GARBER


EARL TRANSUE WINIFRED OAKES STAN LEY WILSON RUTH BRANDON

CLASS OF 1951 \

Marvin and Flossy edit a story for the Reveille Echo .

LESLIE TURNER BETTY JEAN YARBROUGH GILBERT FRY BETTYE COOK

BETTY JONES JOHN FECHNER ELEANOR SWAN RAYMOND BRIDGES

GENE POST MARY LOU KELSO MARVIN PROFFITT MARY LOUISE STOVER

105


JOS EPH HESS CARL SNYDER NORMA JE'AN SNYDER PAUL HARPER

.JUNIORS

Dave Shapard tells one on Don Moore at the Jun ior-Senior banquet .

JOHNNY JOHNSTON VIRJ EAN E BAYLES THURMAN COBURN

BILL HUDSON MARVIN SNOWBARGER BILL DRAPER

RAYMOND HARVEY ED HOLMAN ALVIN MAYO

106


MORRIS NEAL THELMA McPHERSON KATHLEEN STARK JUNE WI LLIAMSON DEAN GROUT

CLASS OF 1951

Look what Santa brought to the party.

DON OWENS ADELINE PREUSS McRICHEY ALSOBROOK

WAYNE SHURLEY

W T. DOUGHARTY SIDNEY FREEBURG

HERBERT STEELE VERA GILLEY MARVIN GILLEY

107


THE SPEECH DEPARTMENT PRESENTS

• • •

Paul Harper tells Minnie Dimond that she may leave in " The Twelve Pound Look. "

Phil Williams appeals f Annette Shropshire, as Jen Riggs, Paul Harper, Dwain Grant an Peck Jones look on in " The Po t Boiler .

Mary Lou Kelso refuses to give up her throne to Virieane Bayles in

" Mary of Scotland ."


CAMPAIGNING FOR STUDENT OFFICES

WINNERS ON NEXT PAGE


THE WINNERS NEXT YEAR'S STUDENT COUNCIL

Seated, Marvin Snowbarger, Senior Representative; June Williamson, Secretary; Elbert Watson, Echo Editor; 'Standing, Edsel Holman, Vice-President; Lecil Brown, Junior Representative; Peck Jones, President; Ralph Hodges, Arrow Editor; Don Owens, Director of Religious Activities; Professor Emmel, sponsor.


SENIOR PICTURE INDEX

NAME

NAME

PAGE

PAGE

Kemendo, Frank _______________________ __ _ 116 Knippers, Harold __________________________ 119 Knippers, Shural __________________________ 136 Kounter, Ivan _____________________________ 114 Kruse, Carl ____ __ ___________ ______________ 130

Armold, Jack ---------------------------- 117 Arnold, Winola ___________________________ 118 Attaway, Charles _________________________ 127 Bacher, Archie ___________________________ _ 126 Baldwin, Dean _______________ ____________ _ 135 Baldwin, Howard __________________________ 119 Baldwin, Oliver - ------------ - ------------- 126 Beaver, Doris ___________________________ __ 120 Bell, Louise ________________ __ _____________ 130 Bergen, C. Richard ________________________ 118 Birdwell, Theo ___________________________ _ 121 Black, Wayne -------------------------- - - 129 Bloodworth, George -------------------- -- -120 Bohannan, William R. ______________________ 133 Bohannon, Raymond _____________________ __ 135 Brandt, Dean _______________ _·_____________ 138 Brown, Harold _____________ _______________ 122 Burney, Murrell ______________________._____ 138 Cantrell, Alma Dean _________ ___________ ___ 133 Carroll , Robert ------------- - ------------ -125 Chenoweth, Max _________________________ 116 Collins, Francis Carl _______________________ 131 Conrad, Erned ___________________________ 118 Cook, Alvin B. ------------- -- ----------- - - 127 CoopeG Leon _______________ ______________ 119 Crawford, Don ___________________________ 134 Davenport, Manuel __________ ______________ 133 Davis, Floyd __________________________ ___ 123 Dodson, Wilbur --------------------------- 131 Dudney, BenneH ___ _______________________ 115

Langford, Becky __________________________ 137 Lee, Jack ________________ ________________ 115 Lee, Ouida ___________________________ __ _ 115 Lemmons, Roy ____________ ________________ 137 LedeG Howard ___________________________ 123 locke, Jerald _____________________________ 128 luna, Pedro _____________________ _____ ____ 138 McCaulla, James __________________________ 120 McCombs, Fuller __________________________ 125 McCoy, lawrence _________________________ 117 Mason, lewis (Chick) _______________________ 132 Middleton, James _________________________ 124 Miller, Wendell ___________________________ 117 Moulton, Ralph --------------------------- 117 Mullins, George C., Jr. ______ __ _____________ 121 Nelson, Daisy ____________________________ 129 Newcomb, Don ___________________________ 115 Parkhurst, Mildred ___________ __ ________ ____ 122 Pincomb, James ___________________________ 118 Prough, Maxine ___________________________ 127 Radebaugh, Bobby _________ ___ ____________ 124 Reneau, Clifford _________________________ 126 Roach, Wilburn ___________.________________ 128 Rowlett, Marie ______•___________________ ___ 122

Emmert, Thurman _________________________ 131 Emrich, Robert ___________________________ _ 135 FlekheG Alberta __________________________ 125

Sanders, Joseph ___________ _______________ 125 Schardein, Charles ________________________ 132 Schauer, leola ____________________________ 117 Shaffer, Garland __________________________ 129 Shoemaker, Melvin ________________________ 128 Sinden, Herbert ___________________________ 115 Smith, Wallace ___________________________ 121 Stearman, Samuel _________ ______ ______ ____ 122 Steele, Claude ____________________________ 114 Stewart, Marshall _________________________ 135 Stewart, Vera ____________________________ 132 Sullivan, Evelyn ______________ _____________ 121

Gardner, John _________________________ ___ 133 Gholson, Lawrence ------------'------------ 119 Gilbert, Ronald (Jack) _____________________ 127 Gilham, Thomas __________________________ 130 Gillham, Jeannean ________________________ 135 Grant, Dwain _____________________________ 136 Gray, Robert ----------------------------- 138 Hale, John _______________________________ 137 Hale, June _______________________________ 137 Hampton, Charlotte _______________________ 134 Hardin, Dewey ___________________________ 123 Harmon, Wesley __________________________ 134 Harr~, Hubert ___________________________ _ 132 Harris, Norma Jean _______________________ __ 129 Heap, Harlan -------------- - --~----------- 135 Hicks, Arlin ---------------------------- - - 137 Hillery, Lee ______________________________ 136 Hillery, Vivian ___________________·_______ __ 128 Hopkins, Evelene ____________ ___________ ___ 131 Hopkins, Phyllis -------------------- _______ 119 Howerton, Norman ________________________ 136 Huf~ John ____ ___ __________ _____ _______ __ 138

Thompson, Jack __________________________ 121 Tucker, Jimmy ____________________________ 120 Twining, Eugene __________________________ 129 Vance, Chester _____________·______________ 131 Vance, Schauner __________________________ 116 Vanderlinde, Philip ___-:.:_·____________________ 134 Wade, lawrence _______________________ ___ 123 Wassom, Betty lee ________________________ 124 Wassom, Earl _____________________________ 124 Whitener, James ___________________________ 125 Whitley, Betty _____________________________ 123 Wiley, Herbert ___________________________ 130 Williams, Philip ___________________________ 114 Wilson, Don __ ________________ ____ ________ 126 · Wooden, Carolyn _________________________ 114 Wretling, Charles ______________________ ___ 127

Jameson, Phyllis __________________________ 137 Jamison, Merle ___________________________ 116 Jenkins, luther ____________________________ 133 Jones, Bess _______________________________ 136

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SENIORS "Spirit-filled" is the motto of the Senior Class. To be filled with class spirit, and loyalty to church and school, and, most important, to be filled with the Spirit of Christ -these are the goals for which the Class of '50 is striving -goals not only for college, but for the life that lies ahead . Four eventful years, cherished in memories, lie behind the seniors. Three hundred and sixty-five freshmen hurriedly plied pick and shovel as the sophs cried "Gold Rush!" four year ago. These woes were soon forgotten as the freshmen, led by Paul Hendrix, hitched their wagon to a star and Professor Dunn sang "Stardust" at their banquet. As sophomores, under the leadership of Jack Armold, the Class of '50 led in the organization of class prayer meetings and the girls' pep club, the "Savagettes," cheered the sophomore Savages on to victory. The gold idea was again adopted when the iuniors, with Doris Beaver as president, gave the Golden Anniversary senior class their banquet with the theme "Go lden Memories". Also, in its iunior year, the class decided to build a tennis court to leave as the senior gift, in love and appreciation, to Bethany-Peniel College.

C. PHILIP WJLLIAMS President

The senior class, with one hundred and twenty members, is still winning its share of honors in scholarship, leadership, athletics, and all-round Christian character. With Phil W illiams as president, the class has brought Ken W right, organist, for a lyceum program and completed plans for the senior gift. And so the "spirit-filled" motto permeates the whole program of the Class of '50. Theirs is a spirit that will continue in Bethany-Peniel after they graduate and in their lives as they serve Christ in a needy world.

Sponsors.

PROF . ROBERT EMMEL

PROF. J. PRESCOTT JOHNSON

, ,,


SENIORS

WAYNE BLACK Vice-President

VERA STEW ART Secretary

DORIS BEAVER Student Council Representative

LEON COOPER Treasurer


SENIORS

IV AN KOUNTER

CAROLYN WOOD

IVAN KOUNTER, JR., Th . B., Bethany, Oklahoma; Gospel Team . CAROLYN WOODEN, A. B. in Spanish (not graduating in May), Tulsa, Oklahoma; Missionary Band, Prayer and Fasting League, F. T. A. Secretary .

PHILIP WILLIAMS, A. B. in Religion, Okla-

homa City, Oklahoma; President of Senior Class, Business Manager of Arrow.

PHILIP WILLIAMS

in Religion, Norfolk, Virginia.

CLAUDE STEELE

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CLAUDE STEELE, A. B.


CLA S路S OF 1950 1ERBERT SINDEN

DON NEWCOMB

HERBERT SINDEN, A. B. in Religion (not graduating in May), Bethany, Oklahoma; Christmas Chorus, Male Choir.

DON NEWCOMB, A. B. in Biology, Vivian, Louisiana;

Vice-President of Biology Club, President of Biology Club.

BENNETI DUDNEY, A. B.

in Religion, Texarkana, Texas; Manager of Book Shoppe (four years), Director of Lamplighters, Church Visitor for Bethany Church of the Nazarene, Sunday School teacher .

OUIDA LEE, B. S. in Home Economics, Bethany, Oklahoma.

JACK LEE, A. B.

in History, Bethany, Oklahoma; Vice-President of Student Council, N. Y. P. S. President, All-School Softball Pitcher, Director of Religious Education in Bethany Church, Who's Who Among Students two years, B Club, Prayer and Fasting League.

BENNETT DUDNEY

OUIDA LEE

115

JACK LEE


SENIORS

SCHAUNER VANCE

MAX CHENOWET

SCHAUNER VANCE, Th . B., Gate, Oklahoma .

MAX

CHENOWETH, B. S. in Business, Woodward , Okla-

FRANK KEMENDO

homa .

FRANK KEMENDG, A. B. in Religion, Waco,

Texas.

MERLE JAMISON, B. S. in Business (summer

graduate), Hutchinson, Kansas; All-School Cheerleader, Junior Class Cheerleader, Gospel Team, Missionary Band .

MERLE JAMISON

11A

Track,

Basketball ,


CLASS OF 1950 JACK ARMOLD

JLA SCHAUER

LEOLA SCHAUER, B. S. in Home Economics, Bethany, Oklahoma; Outstanding player award in Reveille Echo Tournament.

JACK ARMOLD, A. B. in Speech, Oklahoma City,

Oklahoma; Who's Who Among Students, Editor of Reveille Echo, President of Oklahoma Senior Press Association, President of Sophomore Class, Athletic Letters in Track and Softball, Student Council, "House Beautiful," " Joan of Lorraine," Second Place Southwestern Debate Tournament, All-School Cheerleader, Varsity Debate Squad, JuniorSenior Banquet Toastmaster, Speech Club, Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting League. RALPH MOULTON, A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Oklahoma; Secretary of McConnell District.

LAWRENCE McCOY, Th . B., Omaha, Nebraska .

WENDELL MILLER, A. B. in

Religion, Bethany, Oklahoma.

RALPH MOULTON

LAWRENCE McCOY

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WENDELL MILLER


SENIORS

JAMES B. PINCOMB

WINOLA ARNOL

JAMES B. PINCOMB, A. B. in English , Colorado Springs, Colorado.

WINOLA ARNOLD, A. B. in

Music !summer graduate \, Monument, Kansas; M issionary Band, Prayer and Fasting League, Gospel Team, Honor Society.

C. RICHARD BERGEN , A. B.

in Chemistry, McPherson,

Kansas; Q uartet W or k,

Volley Ball Championship Team, F. T. A. C. RICHARD BERGEN

ERNEST

CONRAD , A B. in Religion, Th. B., Derby, Kansas; Softball Letter 1945.

ERNEST CONRAD

llR


CLASS OF 1950 -IYLLIS HOPKINS

HOWARD BALDWIN

PH YLLI S HO PKINS, A. B. in Speech, Uda ll , Kansas; Mon itor, Prayer and Fasti ng, and Gospel Team.

HOWAR D BALDW IN, Th. B. (not graduating in May), Pa lacios, Texas;

Prayer and Fasting, Phi Delta Lambda. La wrenceburg, Tennessee . Junior

Class

Treasurer,

HA ROLD KN IPP ERS, B. Mus. Education,

LEO N COOP ER, A. B. in Biology, High Springs, Fl orida; Senior

Class

Trea surer,

Basketba ll,

Track.

LAWRE NCE

GHOLSON, A. B. in Relig ion, Bivino, Texas; Basket ba ll, Honor Society.

HAROLD KNIPPER$

LEON COOPER

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LAWRENCE GHOLSON


SENIORS

GEORGE BLOODWORTH

GEORGE BLOODWORTH, Th. B. and A. B. in Religion, Alma, Oklahoma.

DORIS BEAVER, A. B. in

Speech, Bethany, Oklahoma ; Who's Who Among Students two years, President

of

Junior Class, Presi-

dent of Speech Club, Vice-President of Speech Club, Senior Student Council Representative, Assistant Ed i: tor of Arrow, Society Editor of Reveille Echo, Certificate Speech Recital, Member of F. T. A., Student Representative for Faculty Studies Committee, Lead in Department Play, A Cappella Choir, All-School

JIMMY TUCKER

Cheerleader, Vice-President of N. Y. P. S., Graduate Speech Recital. Oklahoma.

JIMMY TUCKER, Th . B., Heavener,

JAMES Mc;:CAULLA, Th . B., Osborne,

Oklahoma; Ministerial Fellowship Assoc., Olivet College; Illinois Student Pastor .

..

I'

JAMES McCAULLA

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DORIS BEAVER


VALLACE SMITH

CLASS OF 1950 THEO BIRDWELL

WALLACE SMITH, Th. B., Shawmut, Alabama.

THEO BIRDWELL, A. B. in Religion ,

(not graduating in May), Mercedes, Texas; Basketball, Football, Baseball, Initiation Program, Junior Church . JACK THOMPSON, Th . B., Pine Bluff, Arkansas; J~nior Class Chaplain, Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Student Pastor.

EVELYN SULLIVAN,

A. B. in Psychology (summer graduate), Monument, Kansas; F. T. A.

GEORGE C.

MULLINS, JR., A. B. in Religion, Clarksville, Arkansas; Honor Society.

JACK THOMPSON

EVELYN SULLIVAN

GEORGE C. MULLINS, JR.


SENIORS

SAMUEL STEARMAN

MILDRED

SAMUEL STEARMAN, A. B. in History, Graduating this summer, Hutchinson, Kansas.

MILDRED PARK-

HURST, A. B. in Speech, Woodward, Oklahoma ; Speech Club, F. T. A., Prayer and Fasting League, Gospel Team.

MARIE ROWLETT, B. S. in Home

Economics, Nacogdoches, Texas.

MARIE ROWLETT

HAROLD BROWN,

-A. B. in Religion, West Helena, Arkansas; Member of Personal Visitation Evangelism .

HAROLD BROWN

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PARKHUR~


"'RENCE WADE

CLASS OF 1950 HOWARD LESTER

LAWRENCE WADE, A. B. in Religion, Abilene, Texas. Philosophy, York, Nebraska. Sports, Speech Club, F. T. A.

HOWARD LESTER, A. B. in

FLOYD DAVIS, A. B. in Psychology, Kansas City, Missouri; BETTY WHITLEY, A . B. in Biolog y, Chadron, Nebraska.

DEWEY HARDIN, A. B. in Chemistry, Muskogee, Oklahoma.

FLOYD DAVIS

BETTY WHITLEY

DEWEY HARDIN


SENIORS

EARL WASSOM

BETTY LEE WASSOJ

EARL WASSOM, A. B. in Rel igion, Ponca City, Oklahoma .

BETTY WASSOM, B. S. in Home Economics,

Little Rock, Arkansas.

JAMES A. MIDDLETON, B.

Mus. Education, Woodbine, Kansas; French Club, President of A Cappella, Vice-President of Band , Vice-President of Student Council (Summer Session), Honor Society, Clarinet Quartet.

JAMES MIDDLETON

BAUGH, Th . B. (not graduating in Ma y), Henryetta , Oklahoma.

BOBBY RADEBAUGH

BOBBY D. RADE-


.BERTA FLETCHER

CLASS OF 1950 JOSEPH SANDERS

ALBERTA FLETCHER, A. B. in Psychology, Jqnesboro, Arkansas; Prayer and Fasting League, Treasurer of Missionary Band, Basketball, Bud Robinson Dormitory Council . JOSEPH SANDERS, A. B. in History, Arcadia, Louisiana.

ROBERT CARROLL, Th . B.,

Barnsdall, Oklahoma; B Club, Two Basketball Letters, Three Softball Letters.

FULLER

McCOMBS, Th . B. (summer graduate), Enid, Oklahoma; Missionary Band .

JAMES

WHITENER, A. B. in Religion, Dalton, Georgia .

ROBERT CARROLL

FULLER McCOMBS

JAMES WHITENER


SENIORS

OLIVER BALDWIN

OLIVER

BALDWIN,

Texas; F. T. A. Oklah oma .

B.

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Palacios,

CLIFFORD RENEAU, Th. B., Chelsea,

ARCHIE BACHER, A. B. in Religion,

Po nca City, Oklahoma.

ARCHIE BACHER

Education,

DON WI LSON, A. B. in History, Burling-

ton, M issouri.

DON WILSON

Mus.

CLIFFORD RENEAl


t>.XINE PROUGH

CLASS OF 1950 ALVIN B. COOK

MAXINE PROUGH, A.B ., in Music, Haven, Kansas. ALVIN B. COOK, Th.B., Bethany, Oklahoma. CHARLES WRETLING, A.B. in Psychology (not graduating in May l, Bethany, Oklahoma; Speech Club, Debate Squad, Character in "Macbeth," Third place in mixed debate at Southwestern National Debate Tournament, Church Choir, Student Pastor. CHARLES ATTAWAY, Th.B. (summer graduate), Monument, Kansas; Missionary Band, Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, Honor Society. 路 RONALD GILBERT, A.B. in Chemistry, Dallas, Texas.

CHARLES WRETLING

CHARLES ATTAWAY

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RONALD IJACKJ GILBERT


SENIORS

VIVIAN HILLERY

VIVIAN HILLERY, B.S. in Home Economics, Russell Springs, Kansas; F.T.A., Dorm representative, Athletic director ttwo years !, Gospel Team, Home Economics Club . JERALD

MELVIN SHOEMAKER

LOCKE, A .B. in Rel igion , Dallas, Texas. MELVIN SHOEMAKER, A.B. in Religion and Philosophy, Bethany, Oklahoma; Track, Football, Prayer and Fasting, Band, Gospel Team . WILBURN ROACH , A.B. in Speech , Dallas, Te xas.

WILBURN ROACH

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JERALD LOCKE


CLASS OF 1950 >AISY NELSON

WAYNE BLACK

DA ISY NELSON, B.S. in Home Economics, Belle Glade, Fl o rida; F.T.A., Home Economics Clu b, Honor Society. WAYNE BLACK, A.B. in Religion (not graduating in May l, Longview, Texas. EUGE N E TW ININ G, Th.B. !not graduating in May l, Bethany, Okla homa. NORMA JEAN HAR RIS, B.S. in Home Economics, Gravette, Arkansas; Secretary of Junior Sunday School, Christmas Chorus, Prayer and Fasting League, President of Home Economics Club . GARLAND SHAF FE R, A.B . in Economics and Business, Seminole, Oklahoma; Class Athletic Director, lettered in football four years, Band , Male Choir.

EUGENE TWINING

NORMA JEAN HARRIS

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GARLAND SHAFFER


SENIORS

LOUISE BELL

HERBERT WILEY

LOUISE BE LL, A.B. in Spanish, El Dorado, Kansas; B Club, letters in softball, basketball, and volley ball, Missionary Ba nd, French Club, Prayer and Fastin g League. HERBERT WILEY, A.B. in Religion, St. Louis, Missouri . CARL KRUS E,

CARL KRUSE

A.B. in Chemistry, Bethany, Oklahoma; Student Council President, Junior Class Student Council Representative, Honor Society President, College Marshall. THOMAS GILHAM, A.B. in Religion tnot graduating in May l, Bethany, Oklahoma .

THOMAS GILHAM

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CLASS OF 1950 HESTER VANCE

THURMAN EMMERT

CHESTER VANCE, A.B . in religion and Music (not gradua ti ng in May l, Hutchinson, Kansas. TH URMAN EMMERT, Th .B. (summer graduate), We ll ington, Texas. FRANCIS CAR L COLLINS, A. B. in Re ligion, Arapaho, Okla homa. EVELEN E HOPK INS, A.B. in Relig ion (summer gradua te), Chandler, Ok lahoma; M iss ionary Band, Prayer and Fasti ng Leag ue, Gospe l F.T.A. WI LBUR DODSON, A.B . in Re ligion (not graduat ing in May), El Dorado, Kansas.

FRANCIS CARL COLLINS

EVELENE HOPKINS

1~1

WILBUR DODSON


SENIORS

VERA STEW ART

LEWIS !CHICK! MASON

HUBERT HAR RIS

VERA STEWART, A.B. in English, Topeka, Kansas; College Quee n, Secretary of Senior Class, English Assistant, Honor Society, F. T.A. HU BERT HARRIS, Th. B., Campus Maintenance Manager. LEWIS (Chick) MASON, B. of Ch. Mus. lnot graduating in May), Bethany, Okla homa. CHARL ES SCHA RDEIN, Th .B., Partr idge, Kansas .

CHARLES SCHARDEIN

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CLASS OF 1950 "' UEL DAVENPORT

JOHN GARDNER

MANUEL DAVENPORT, A.B. in Philosophy, Co lorado Springs, Colorado; President of Sophomore Class, Editor of Reveille Echo 1'48 ), Honor Society. JOHN GARDNER, A.B. in Chemistry, Meade, Kansas. WIL LIAM R. BOHANNAN, B. Mus. Ed., San Benito, Texas; Orchestra, Male Cho ir, A Cappella, Dormitory Council, Student Council, Studies Committee. ALMA DEAN CANTRELL, A.B. in Religion, West Helena, Arkansas; Missionary Band, Sunday School Teacher. LUTH ER JENKI NS, A.B. in Rel igion, Columbia, South Carolina; Pastor at Coleman Chapel Church of the Nazarene, College Marshall, Honor Society.

WILLIAM R. BOHANNAN

ALMA DEAN CANTRELL

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LUTHER JEN KINS


SENIORS CHARLOTTE HAMPTON

WESLEY HARMON 路

PHILIP VANDER LIND

CHARLOTTE HAMPTON, B. of Mus. !not graduating in May \, Atlanta, Georgia. PHILI P VANDERLIND E, Th.B. (not graduating in May, Long Pine, Nebraska. WESLEY HARMON, A.B. in Religion , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ; President of Missionary Band, Echo Staff . DON CRAWFO RD, 路路 A.B . in Biology, High Springs, Florida ; Vice-President of Junior Class, B Club, Biology Club .

DON CRAWFORD

134


CLASS OF 1950 EAN BALDWIN

JEANNEAN GILLHAN

HARLAN HEAP

DEAN BALDWIN, A.B . in Religion, Springfield, Missouri. JEANNEAN GIL LHAM, A.B . in Speech, Blackwell, Oklahoma. HARLAN HEAP, A.B. in Religion, El Dorado, Kansas; Vice- President of Missionary Band , Echo Staff, Arrow Staff. ROBERT EMRICH, A.B. in Religion (not graduating in May l, Miltonvale, Kansas . RAYMOND BOHANNON, Th.B ., St. Louis, Missouri. MA RSHALL STEWART, Th.B., Robeline, Louisiana ; Vice-President of Missionary Band .

ROBERT EMRICH

RAYMOND BOHANNON

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MARSHALL STEWART


SEN I 0R.S

BESS JONES

SHURAL KNIPPERS

SHURAL KNIPPERS, A.B. in Business, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. BESS JON ES, A.B. in Chemistry, Hamlin, Texas . NORMAN HOWERTON, Th.B., Perkins, Oklahoma . DWAIN GRANT, A.B. in Bus. and Economics, Melrose, New Mexico. LEE HILLERY, A.B. in Religion and Philosophy, Russell Springs, Kansas; Missionary Band, Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting League, A Cappella.

NORMAN HOWERTON

DWAIN GRANT LEE HILLERY

136


CLASS OF 1950 :CKY LANGFORD

ROY LEMMONS

JOHN HALE

BECKY LANGFORD, A.B. in History, Bethany, Oklahoma. ROY LEMMONS, A.B. in Economics and Business, Bethany, Oklahoma. JOHN HAL E, A. B. in Psychology \n ot graduating in May l, Bethany, Oklahoma. JUNE HA LE, Th.B., Tulsa, Oklahoma. PHYLLI S JAMESON, B.S. in Home Economics, Geary, Oklahoma. ARLIN HICKS, A.B. in Psychology, Oklahoma Ci ty, Oklahoma; Band , Echo Staff, Arrow Staff.

JUNE HALE

PHYLLIS JAMESON

1 ~7

ARLIN HICKS


SENIORS

DEAN BRANDT

JOHN HUFF

JOHN HUFF, Th.B. l not graduating in May l , Lovett, Alabama. BRANDT, A.B . in Religion, Topeka, Kansas.

DEAN

MURRELL BURNEY, Th.B .,

Truscott, Texas. ROBERT GRAY, A.B. in Religion, Los Angeles, California. PEDRO LUNA, Graduate Special , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

MURRELL BURNEY

ROBERT GRAY PEDRO LUNA Graduate Special 138


SPECIAL STUDENT PICTURE INDEX NAME

PAGE

NAME

PAGE Mary _______________________ ______ 140

Acton, Sterling ____ ____________ ____________ 140

Lumle~

Attawa y, Vurel Dean ~-------------------- - - 140

Lumley, Marvin __________________ _____ ___ __ 141

Birdwe ll , Leo ~------------- ---------------- 141

McComb~

Bohannon, Violet ___ __________ _____ _____ ___ 140

McHuin, Anne ~- ~ ---- - --------------- ------ 140

Bonser, Elsie ~----------------------------- 140

McKellips, Dallas __________________ ________ 140

Buchannan, Harold ~------- ----------- ~--- -1 40

Mann, Stephen ______ ______ ~--- - ___________ 140

Chaney, Mary _____________ ______________ _ 140

Martin, Tomie ~- - -------------------------- 140

Cottam, Ted __________________ __ _____ __ ___ 140

Nelson, Ed ~------------------------------ 140

Craven, Erden _____________ _______ ________ 140

Pea~on , Norman ~---- --- ------------~----- 140

Crawford, Tillman ~------------------ - -----140

Pogue, William --- ----------- - - ~--------~-- 141

Davis, Thurman _________________ __路________ 140

Radebaugh, Wynona - -- --- - -----------~-- 7 _ 140

Dillard, Wilma ________ ____________________ 141

Randle, A. C,__________ __ _________________ 141

Drye, J. T,________________________________ 140

Runyon, Betty _____ __ ______________________ 141

Everhart, Floyd _____-_______________________ 140

Rushing , Ulysses ~-------------------------- 141

Frey, Verna -----------~--- -----------------141

Shadix, Louis _______ __ __________________ __ 141

Guerin, Carl --------------~ ----------------141

Southwell, Blanche ~--- - ------------------ __ 141

Hembree,

lrene ___ ____________ _____ _______ 141

Thomas, John ____ ____ _____________________ 141

Hembree, Louise __________________ __ ___ ____ 141

Turman , Betty ____________________ ___ ______ 141

Hess, Marcia ~----- -- --- ----------------- -- 140

Twining, Henrietta ____________________ :_ ____ 141

Lehman , Joy Dee _____ ___ ___ _______ ________ 140

Willis, Clarence ___ __ __ _:_ _____________ :. _____ 141

Edna __ ___ ____ __________________ 140


MARVIN LUMLEY ELS IE BONSER VU REL DEAN ATTAWAY BETTY TUR MAN CLARENCE WIL LIS

SPECIALS Does it taste good, Gracie?

WILMA DILLARD VERNA FREY HENRIETTA TWINING BLANCHE SOUTHWELL VI OLET BOHANNON

ULYSSES RUSHING BETTY RUNYON CARL GEURIN MRS. FRED HEM BREE LOUISE HEMBREE

LOUIS SHADIX STERLING ACTON JOHN THOMAS WILLIAM POGUE

A C. RANDLE

140


ED NELSON MARY LUMLEY TOMIE MARTIN THURMAN DAVIS WYNONA RADEBAUGH

SPECIALS Dr. Cantrell confers with Dr. Neale of North Central Association .

J. T. DRYE ERDEN CRAVEN MARCIA HESS NORMAN PEARSON DALLAS McKELLIPS

TED COTTAM TILLMAN CRAWFORD LEO 路 BIRDWELL FLOYD EVERHART JOY DEE LEHMAN

ANNE McHUIN EDNA McCOMBS HAROLD BUCHANNAN STEPH.EN MANN MARY CHANEY

141


WHO'S WHO . â&#x20AC;˘

1n

American Colleges and Universities

143


WHD'S

Doris Beaver, Bethany, Oklahoma, A. B. in Speech, plans to be a teacher .. . President of Junior Class .. . President of Speech Club . . . VicePresident of Speech Club ... Senior Student Council Representative ... Assistant Editor of Arrow ... Society Editor of Reveille Echo ... Certificate Speech Recital ... Future Teachers of America .. . Faculty Studies Committee ... Lead in Department Play . . . A Cappella Choir . . . AllSchool Cheerleader .. . Vice-President of College Church N . Y. P. S. . . . Graduate Speech Recital . . . Who's Who Among Students, two years.


WH 0

Carl Kruse, Bethany, Oklahoma, A. B. in Chemistry, plans to be .a research chemist . .. Student Council President .. . Junior Class Student Council Representative . .. Honor Society President ... College Marshall . . . Faculty Studies Committee .. . Column in Reveille Echo . . . Male Choir President .


WHD'S

Jack Lee, Bethany, Oklahoma, A. B. in History, plans to be a pastor, Vice-President of Student Council . . . General N . Y. P. S. President of College Church, Youth Director at Youth Center . .. Director of Religious Education, two years . , . Who's Who Among Students, two years . . . B Club . . . Prayer and Fasting . . . First Vice-President of District路

N. Y. P. S. . . . Member of District Church School Board .

146


WH 0

Vera Elizabeth Stewart, Topeka, Kansas, A. B. in English, plans to be a teacher . . . Secretary of Senior Class . . . College Queen . . . Future路 Teachers of America . . . English Assistant.

147


WHD'S

Bennett pastor . Teacher Heights College

Dudney, Bethany, Oklahoma , A . B. in Religion , plans to be a . . Manager of Book Shoppe for fou r years . . . Sunday Schoo [ . . . Youth Church .. . Sunday School Superintendent at Crown . . . Director of Lamplighters' group .. . Church Visitor for Church .

148


WH 0

Luther Jenkins, Monroe, North Carolina, A. B. in Religion, Pastor . . . College Marshall . . . Honor Society . . . Pastor of Coleman Chapel . .. Book Shoppe .

TAO


WHD'S

Donald Moore, Bethany, Oklahoma, Junior in Religion , plans to be a pastor . . . President of Freshman Class . . . President of Sophomore路 Class . .. Delegate to General N. Y. P. S. Convention ... Vice-President of Gospel Team .. . Student Representative on Educational Zone . .. Master of Ceremonies at Junior-Senior Banquet . . . Faculty Studies. Committee . .. President of Prayer and Fasting League .. . Assistant in Preachers' Workshop Sunday School Class .

. Master of Ceremonies

at Jamboree .. . Gospel Team . . . B Club . . . All-School Softball.


WH0

Mary Miller, Bethany, Oklahoma, Junior in- Religion, plans to be a路 missionary to Africa . . . Secretary-Treasurer of . Student Council Treasurer of Missionary Band . . . Secretary of Honor Society . . . Faculty Studies Committee . . . Primary Church Worker.

1 ,,


WHD'S WH 0

Billy Lakey, Neodesha, Kansas, Junior in Religion, plans to be a pastor . .. Arrow Editor . . . Honor Society . . . Gospel Team . . . Prayer and Fasting League . . . Sachem Honor Society for Senior Men at Kansas University . . . Delta Phi Delta, Honorary Art Society.


FUN AND FROLIC If ugliness is bliss, well ...

Foxworthy and Stringer watch the last battle .

Be careful, Romeo, because Juliet may not really be dead!

I'm all right, Walter, how're you?

Cheer up! The worst is yet to come .

Careful there, Professor Davis. 156


Sorry, Brother Phillips.

Very nice, Dr. Cantrell.

An old hand at this game, eh?

,

You didn't tell the truth, so you must pay the consequences, Sidney .

Could this be harmony class?

We like those wieners hot.

Girls, what is so interesting? A man?

157


GIRLS' Sh-h! Quiet, girls, it's-you know whc

Then there 's the domestic type .

Virginia, did you tell that joke?

158


â&#x20AC;˘

DORMITORIES A typical scene of conversation.

-

Which one are you looking at, Annette?

Study hours in the dorm .

0.

0

I

0


80y s '

Date night must be approaching.

Tell 'em how it's d one, Mac .

We couldn't think of anything to put under this picture.

11;n


DORMS

But fell as-it's cold out there.

Guests from Kansas City District get a taste of 路dorm life-

Jimmy and Dale, the happy bachelors .

161


FINALS

The library is an ideal place to study?

Even the library assistants find time to relax.

Then there ore other forms of recreation.

Ah, what a way to get a term theme

How not to cram .

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CLASSES IN THE SCIENCE BUILDING

Marvin , is that Flossy? _

Lee, where's the Inferior Mesenteric Ganglia?

Are you sure you know what you're doing?

Ray, don't be so "catty".

Silvey, what do you know about it?

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THE

PECK JONES, JOHN THOMPSON, AND CHARLES HARRELL clean up the place .

Mass meeting .

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ORVILLE WILLIAMS , proprietor second semester . JOE DIFFEE AND HAROLD MAIDEN smile for the girls.

An exciting game for the more

No w, Gracie , don 't tell us you didn't know he had feet .

Girls who drink coffee are quite , popular, huh?

energetic students.


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MRS. DREWRY supervises the kitchen .

Those pies look good, taste good, too .

Full time kitchen crew, MRS. WEST, MRS . GASSETi MRS . JOHNSON, MRS. HAR~

Ivan gets a finger in the pie.


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STUDENTS

MR . MUNHOLLON adds another brick to the Science Building.

The Campus Crew

The Plumbers . Inside the campus work shop .

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FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORE BANQUETS What was that again?

Big evening -

huh -

The master -of ceremonies gets hungry, too.

Looks like the freshmen are having a good time.

Why all the smiles?

Must have been a good joke .

Talking. as usual, Sally.

Chicken good, Harold?


JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET Everybody seems to be listening to Dave Shapard.

The toastmaster, Don Moore, has a word.

Junior president, Don Owens, congratulates the seniors, too.

Let us see, Mrs . Rairdon.

Seniors, listen to this!

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A CAPPELLA TOUR Heading for points South, the singing A Cappel la left Bethany, by way of Greyhound, Thursday, April 6, at 5:45 P.M. and a rrived in Enid in time for the evening service. From here th ey journeyed to Guymon, one of Okla homa's panhandle cities. One of the points of interest here was the Anchor D Ranch, where some six thousand head of cattle and numerous saddle horses may be seen.

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Then, on into West Texas, the choir made its first stop at Amarillo. Characterized by dust, wind, wheat-fie lds, and sage-brush, the Texas plains seemed to stretch into endless space. Arising early on Monday morning, the 路 forty-three eager travelers began the longest trek of the trip. Stopping at a lovely park in San Angelo for lunch , they relaxed in the cool of the shade trees. As they entered the suburbs of San Antonio late that afternoon, the spacious sky-line held a particular attraction for them . Concealing their fat igue, they sang soon after the evening meal was served. A few brave members were up before the appointed hour the next morning to view the famous Alamo.

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from here, the scenery changed considerably, as the beautiful Rio Grande Volley came into view. waving palm trees, brilliant flower-beds, citrus orchards, with delicate perfumes, and balmy breezes welcomed the visiting choir to Weslaco and Son Benito. Just across the border of our own United States, the keenly interested group made their way into Matamoros, Old Mexico. Shopping centers, markets, colorful senioritos, and sighing路 guitars were only one side of the picture. Behind all of this were sadness, ignorance, disease, and poverty . Glad 路 to be Americans, the A Cappello members 路 came away thanking God tor \-lis goodness to them.

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Corpus Christi provided the next enjoyable experience. Gulf waters, palm trees and boating made pleasant vacation surroundings and enhanced an opportunity tor lounging and strolling through the park. A visit to the magnificent Capitol building and University campus at Austin were more highlights of their travels. At Waco, It was Baylor . University that attracted attention. After stops at Fort Worth on Sunday morning, and Gainesville that afternoon, the bus brought the home-seekers into Ardmore, Oklahoma, for their final appearance . After the traditional flower-service, the choir members and their director sang with hearts overflowing with praise and gratitude for a memorable A Cappella tour. Back home again that night, they ended their 2150-mile tour.

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FACULTY

LESTER DUNN, Tenor

ALBERT FITZGERREL, Trombonist

BLANCHE GARNER, Pianist

WILLIS FLICK, Clarinetist

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RECITAlS

RAMON UNRUH, Tenor

RUTH TAYLOR, Organist

CARROLL HARVILLE, Pianist

VIVIAN CHAFFEE, Soprano

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GRADUATE

JEANNEAN GILLHAM in " A Christmas Carol"

WILBURN ROACH in "Keys

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of the Kingdom"

MILDRED PARKHURST in "The Big Fisherman"


RECITALS DORIS BEAVER in "Who Walk Alone"

PHYLLIS HOPKINS in " The Other Wise Man"

JACK ARMOLD in " Pilgrin'l's Progress"


CERTIFICATE RECITALS GERON BROWN, Baritone

BETTY WALLACE, Piano

MARY FRANCES GILL, Speech

WILLODENE SAUER, Piano

SARA FRANCES WARD, Piano

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GENEVA WATTS, Junior Voice

CHARLOTTE HAMPTON, Junior Pianist

ASSISTANTS R. H. ISAACS, Tenor

WILLODENE SAUER, Organist

ROWENA FIELDS, Voice

PATRICIA KREY AND ELLENE BRINK Vibra Harp

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VIRJEANE BAYLES, Speech


SENIOR LYCEUM PROGRAM ~eatured together in the senior lyceum program on December 1, were Ken Wright, nationally known organist, and Rev. R. T. Williams, Jr., WKY's " singing pastor ."

Mr. Wr ight has had his own radio program with station WKY for several years and recently has bee.n made one of their local television artists. Mr . W ill iams, pastor of the First Church of the Nazarene, Oklahoma City, a lso has a regular radio program and is accompanied by Mr. Wright at the organ . After presenting a reproduction of the " Singing Pastor" radio program, Rev. R. T. Williams became the Master of Ceremonies for the evening, and Ken Wright played a program of miscellaneous music. At the close of the concert, Mr. Wright played request numbers for the audience.

KEN WRIGHT and R. T. WILLIAMS , JR.

JUNIOR LYCEUM PROGRAM Mr. Joseph Benton, noted lyric tenor, was featured in the junior lyceum program on March 17, in the Fine Arts Auditorium. Six groups of songs including two operatics were presented. Among these select ions were " The Minstrel," "Improvise," " The Deaf Old Woman," "Come un bel di di maggie," "Le clavecin," and "How Many Times Do I Love Thee?" For an encore Mr. Benton chose "Annie Laurie." Mr. Benton is a member of the Met ropolitan Opera Company and has been the tenor in the Metropolitan Opera Quartet since 1936. He received his A. B., Mus. B., and M . A. in modern languages from the University of Ok lahoma. Now a member of the faculty of this institution, he serves as acting chairman in the Depar t ment of Voice.

jOSEPH BENTON, Tenor


THE AYCOCK

LECTURES Presenting the practical side of the Christian ministry to those of us who are preparing for Christian service, the Aycock lectures, provided by Dr ._ and Mrs. Jarrette E. Aycock, and the Reverend and Mrs. Whitcomb Harding, consist of two five-hour sessions year ly. The speaker for the fall series in November, was the Reverend V. H. Lewis, District Superintendent of the Houston District. We received these lectures enthusiastically, sharing with the speaker a feeling that lectures to ministers should deal with practical issues : "If a thing works," he stated, "we want it, and if it doesn't work, we don't want it."

Again, "Christian

REV. V. H. LEWIS

DR. RALPH EARLE

ministry should be measured at the point of production-not cold-bloodedly, but imparting a sharp awareness of the responsibility involved in serving Him whose grace is sufficient for us." Dr. Ralph Ear le, professor of Biblical literature in the Nazarene Theological Seminary at Kansas City, Missouri, spoke to us in the spring lectures . He spoke on the subiect "Holiness in the New Testament. " A student was heard to say, " He made me realize

iust how much

holiness is in the New Testament. " "I liked his clear illustration; his rich, fundamental presentation , free of hobbies, his understanding of the trials of new Christians." "He iust opened the doors to holiness for me, made me realize the deeply personal fellowship of the Holy Spirit." We appreciate the interest of Dr. and Mrs. Aycock and Reverend and Mrs. Harding in us, and that of the men who ministered to us, helping us to a deeper union with Christ, and showing us more completely of His love for men.

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VISI"TORS TO OUR CAMPUS REV. REMISS REHFELDT

DR. A. K. BRACKEN and B. M. HALL

REV. AND MRS . HARRY WEISE

DR . MENDELL TAYLOR

DR. W. A. CARTER

REV .. J. E. L. MOORE

REY. JOE BISHOP

REV. J. E. WILLIAMS

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BLACKWOOD BROTHERS QUARTET

PASTOR MALOFF

REV. ROBERT CHUNG

ASBURY CHOIR

DR . E. E. DALE

REV. L. A. OGDEN

MRS . LOUISE CHAPMAN

MR. BOB LeTOURNEAU


First row: Wanda Rogers, Geneva Watts, Rowena Fields, Willodene Sauer, Betty Wassom, Mildred Isaacs, Charlotte Hamp ton , Doris Beaver, Virginia Clem. Seccnd row: Evelyn /mel, Ruth Brandon, Bonnie Crawford , Della Beckel, Jerry Maner ing, Sara Ward, Pauline Johnson , Lois Scofield, Mary Lou Kelso, Lavonia Bohannan . Third row: Bill Garber, Lewis Mason , Ernest Walden, John Knight, Darrell Moore, Wendell Miller, William Stevens, Richard Campbell, Herb~rt Isaacs, Geron Brown. Fourth row: Gene Chambers, R. H. Isaacs, James Stevens, Earl Wassom, Edsel Holman , Paul W illiamson, Ivan Beals, James Pardue, Harold Westlund . Not pictured: Donald Owens and Berniece Miller .

OFFICERS

A CAPPELLA

Pres ident ----------路--------- -- ---- ____ ___ G eron Brown Vice-President ________ ______ ___ ____ ___ __ _ R. H . Isaacs Secretary _________ ______ ______________ Mary Lo u Ke lso

CHOIR

Treasurer __________________ __ ________ Jerry Manering Director ___________ _________ _______ Prof. Lester Dunn

The A Cappel la Choir, composed of forty mixed voices, is d irected by Professor Lester Dunn. The choir meets five class periods a week for practice, enab ling members to receive one hour credit a semester.

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Members are chosen by tryout only, consideration being given to sight~singing ability, voice range, blend, and persona lity. There is no discrimination as to who may t ry out; choir membersh ip is open to freshman and senior alike, music major a nd non-music major. Public appearances of the choir are not limited to t he campus . In t he present year t he A Cappella has conducted services on week-ends in several Oklahoma cities, including Duncan, Bartlesville, and Henryetta, and has made the customary annual tour of several dist ricts of the school zone. In belief and practice the A Cappella alwa ys stands for Christi an ideals. The director emphasizes t hat it is not enough just to sing wel l; good singing must be accompanied by good living . The choir sincerely aims to present Christ and His message through be~:wtifu l songs.

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ector, Miss Chaffee. First row, Fay Stearman , Jo Peters, Mary Lou Brown, Lyle Spangler, lola Mae Hagan, Betty Cox, Charlotte Fechner, Jo Kreie, ·ette Culley, Virgeanne Bayles, Neva Jo Kifer. Second row, Jewel Hollis, Virginia Campbell, Darlene Buckles, Wanda Buckles, Wanda Fulton, Delores mes, Norma Struble, Patricia Dungan, Constance Pruitt, Virginia Rogers, Wanda Eastman , Adeline Preuss, Martha Harper, Grace Knoll . Third row , Betty /lace , Peggy Graham, Syble Woolridge , Wil/eto Shepard, Marie Mortenson, Edith Kersten, Betty McCurter, Wilma Crook, Evelyn Carothers, Doris Cos' Martha Winter, Wilda Eaton, Ruth Hudson, Mona Marie Bernstorf.

TREBLE CHOIR

OFFICERS PresidenL ____ ____ ______ Eve lyn Carothers

The Treble Choir, composed of forty women's

Vice-President_ ____ ________ Adeline Preuss Secretary-Treasurer ___________ Grace Knoll

•ices, is directed by Miss Vivian Chaffee. Meeting

Director _____________ Prof. Vivian Chaffee

ree class periods a week, the members are given te-half hour credit each semester. While emphasis is aced upon sacred music, the repertoire includes me classics and semi-classics. Fulfilling

many engagements

in

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surrounding

urches, the choir has included in this year's per-

rmances the Bethany Church, Bethany East Side, nnsylvania Avenue, Yukon Nazarene, and dif-

·ent Sunday School and N. Y. P. S. programs. The

3ble Choir climaxed a successful year's work with joint-recital with the Male Choir, which was pre-

1ted during Music Week in the spring . Social activities during the year were both formal d informal. In the fall, a picnic was given at the uth Woods for Choir members and their guests. March, a spring

banquet was given at Bud

binson Hall, with Rev. E. S. Phillips as guest-

eaker.

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FLUTE : Willis Flick . OBOE: Vanettia Terry. CLARINETS: James Middleton , Wade Powers, Willis Flick, Joan Carothers, Marie Mortensen, Vanettia Terry, Elou ise Porter, Betty McFarland , Betty Ketchum, Norma Chapman . BASSOON: Norman Miller . SAXOPHONES : Evelyn Carothers, Maurice Lege . PERCUSSION : Jerry Ri ggs, Darlene Buckles, Betty Hastings . TYMPANNI : Loree Ellis. CORNETS: Paul Willwerth , William Bohannan , Paul Watson, Harrison Cavanaugh . FRENCH HORNS : Richard Campbell, Carl Craig, Alvin Mayo . TROMBONES: Betty Street, Bobby Acord, Vance Plymale, Bill Garber, Kenneth Klemme . BARITONES : Den 路 ton Brown, Keith Woo/pert, Bud Garber. BASSES: Oliver Baldwin, Howard Baldwin, Merle Jamison . STRING BASS: Herbert Isaacs.

BAND Do you kn ow of an ything w hich gives more zest to a ball game than a stirring ma rch excellently pla yed by th e band? The ba nd has not only added to the spirit of the athletic contests; it has made ou r entire school life more enjoyab l~ . The lawn co ncerts The Hungry Five.

in the fall attracted many townspeople as well as students. The band also gave its th ird a nnual Chr istmas concert, its second ann ua l concert for the veterans at Will Rogers Memorial Hospi tal , a n excha nge concert w ith the North Cen tra l State Co ll ege band , and the Scholarship Concert. Several groups have been org a nized within the band . They are the " Hungry Five," the cl arinet quartet, and the brass ensemble . They have pl ayed fo r various programs, banquets, and church services here and in neighboring tow ns .

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'io lins: Chester Vance , Jean Taylor, William Bohannan , James Middleton , Will iam Ray, Ma rlene Briscoe, Betty Street, Ruth randon , Betty Wallace, Bill Garber, Bettie Britton, Joyce Cox, Mary Lou Kelso , Geneva Watts. Violas: Richard Campbell, â&#x20AC;˘avid Uerk vitz, Lavonia Bohannan, Berniece Miller . Cellos: Oliver Baldwin, Willis Flick, Paul Willwerth, Helen Edwards . asses: Herbert Isaacs, Carl Craig . Piano : Betty Wallace .

OFFICERS OF BAND AND ORCHESTRA

ORCHESTRA

President ----- - - - --- - --------- ______ James Midd leton V i ce-~resident _____ ______ ___________ Richard Campbell Secre tary- Treasure r - ----- ------------ - -- Vanettia Terry Directo r ___________ ____ ___ ______ Prof. Albert Fitzgerrel

Something new has been added on our campus n the field of instrumental music. This is the college ;tr ing orchestra. In former years, the orc hestra was Jid.ed by wind instruments, but now it is strictly string. The orchestra under the direction of Prof. Fi tz :Jerrel has had a successful season. It has given pro-

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:Jrams for se veral churches, in chapel , and a t he r Jlaces. The string quintet and other ensembles f rom he orchestra have given performances. One of the most important concerts o f the year -vas the Scholarship Concert. This concert, given by Joth the orchestra and band, was for the purpose of "stablishing a sc holarship fund. Th is fund is for p rosJective students who are interested in majori ng in nstrumental

music

but

who

lack

the

necessary

inancial support.

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First row: Tom Garber, Don Cornwell, Bill Lakey, Maynard Maddux, Prof. Unruh, Luther Dennis, Wade Powers, George Cheshire Kenneth Klemme. Second row: Dean Thoman, Vestal Nichols, Dennis Cloud, Jesse Anderson, Don Martin, Keith Pagan, Hilli: Herren, Richard Jones, Ford Burkhart, Junior Mitchell.

OFFICERS President ___________________________ Georg~ Chesh Vice-President-------------- - ----------- - Hill is Herr Treasurer---- ------------------ -- ----- - Denn is Clo Director ____ __ ____ ______ ____ ____ __ Prof. Ramon Unr

MEN'S CHOIR Now let's sing this song. The Men's Choir under the direction of Profes~or Ramon Unruh en joyed their singing engagements this year immensely. The choir occupies the choir loft in the Betha ny Church one Sunday night a month . The choir also sang in neighboring churches on special occasions throughout the year. One of the important appearances of the choir was in the Music Week program on the campus. Altogether th is was a most successful year for the Men's Choir.

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STUDENT PASTORS First row : Thurman Davis, Charles Schardein , Melvin Shoemaker . Second row : Marvin Lumley, James McCaulla, Robert Trower .

TRIOS SALLY JONES, BERNIECE MILLER, and ROWENA FIELDS.

ELYN CAROTHERS , WILMA CROOK, and DORIS COSTON .

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CHARLOTTE HAMPTON, WILLODENE SAUER, GERRY MANERING .

GENEVA WATTS, EVELYN IMEL, and MARY LOU KELSO .

CHARLOTTE FECHNER , DARLENE BUCKLES, and WILDA EATON .

JOHN KNIGHT, R. H. ISAACS, WENDELL MILLER, PAUL WILLIAMSON .

GENE MOORE, GENE PLEMONS , W ADE POWERS , JOHN GARDNER .


First row: Prof. Johnson, Sara Ward, Willodene Sauer, Ellene Brink, Betty Wallace, Betty Williams, Norma Jean Harris, Wilma Stangeland, Bill Garber, Francis Oakes, Wendell Sharpton. Second row: George Mullins, Les Turner, Carol Haynes, Evelyn Carothers, Mary Miller, Mary Beth Lindsey, B~tty Whitley, Virginia Clem, Nina Alexander, Terry Wuester . Third row: Charles 路 Bennett, Kenneth Frey, Sidney Knox, Ivan Beals, Harlan Heap, Thurman Coburn, Lawrence Silvey, James Middleton, Bill Lakey.

HONOR SOCIETY

OFFICERS President ___ ________ _ ______ ___ __ ___ __ Charles Bennett Vice-President ------ - - - -- - - --------- Wendell Sharpton Secretary ___ ______________ __ ___ ___ __ __ Olvette CuI ley Treasurer - - - - --- -- ---- - ----- --- -- --- ---Vera Stewart Sponsor ____ __ ___ ____ __ ___ __ __ Prof. J. Prescott Johnson

The Phi Delta Lambd a, one of the outstanding organizations on our campus, is a chapter of the national honor society functioning thrQughout our Nazarene Colleges. To become an associate member, one must make a 2.5 grade-point average for -two consecutive semesters. If upon graduation from college a student has maintained a 2.4 grade-point

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average, he is el igible for permanent membership in the society. This year approximately forty students have belonged to the organization. With Professor Johnson as their sponsor and Charles Bennett as their presi-. dent, this group has worked diligently to promote and maintain high standards in Bethany-Peniel College. In addition to their scho lastic accomplishments, the members of the honor society have also engaged in various social activities during the year, one of the main events being the annual spring banquet.

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First row: Vivian Hillery, Mora Jane Lemay, Prof . Davis, Harold Maiden, Carolyn Wooden, Marie Rowlett. Second row: Mildred Parkhurst, Phyllis Jameson, Bill Garber, Evelyn Sullivan, Ruth Engle, Frankie Moore. Third row: Alma Dean Cantrell, Leola Schauer, James Pincomb, Les Turner, Frances West, Norma Jean Harris .

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America is a junior division of the National Education Association, professional organization for teachers. The John R. Mott chapter of the F. T. A. was organized at Bethan y Peniel College for the benefit of thE( prospective teachers on our campus. By attending the monthly meetings, reading literature on education, and participating in various projects the future teacher keeps abreast of current teaching problems and the general trends of the profession . The primary concern of the future teacher is the youth of toda y and the part the teacher plays in guiding them in the formation of character, attitudes, and ideals. Consequently, work in Sunday Schools and yo uth groups is encouraged as a worth w hile project. The scope of the organization is not limited to our campus. Each member of the local chapter is a member of the national organization. Through the efforts of the national organization the F. T. A. is attempting to obtain better salaries for teachers, get larger ta x appropriations, provide better school facilities, and encourage new teaching methods. Through our F. T. A. chapter the prospective teacher may contribute to the ideals and objectives of the teaching profession, and thereby build a better profession, a stronger country, and a happier world .

OFFICERS President ----------------------~--- - - Harold Maiden Vice-President__________________________ _ John West Secretary-- - ------------------------- - Marie Rowl ett Treasurer ___ __ _____________________ Carolyn Wooden Sponsor ___ _________________ __ _____ Prof. Harold Da vis

F. T. A . relaxes.


First row: Virginia Rogers, Prof. Emmel, Peck Jones, Doris Beaver, Betty Clary, Frankie Moore. Second row: Donna Browning, Evelyn /mel, Annette Shropshire, Carol Haynes, llladeene MeAl/aster, Bettye Cook, ¡ Minnie Dimond, Mildred Parkhurst. Third row: Bob Leffel, Pat Dougharty, Lecil Brown, Richard Jones, Ed Goff, Elbert Watson.

OFFICERS President ________________________________ Peck Jones

SPEECH CLUB

Vice-President __________________________ Doris Beaver Secretary ___________ _____ __ __ ________ ___ Betty Clary Treasurer _________________________ ____ Frankie Moore Sponsor ___ ___ ___________ ___ ______ Prof. Robert Emmel

Epsilon Gamma Sigma, better known as !he Speech Club, was organized in 1947 under the sponsorship of Professor J. Robert Emmel. The club has two main purposes: to enable each member to improve his personality by developing good speech techniques and to acquaint him more broadly with the fields of public speaking and their usefulness in daily life. The active membership in Epsilon Gamma Sigma is limited to students who have taken twelve hours of speech. The potential members must be registered in at least one speech course. Honorary members include all professors in the department of speech.

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The club meets one night each month, and the prograf!1S are varied from time to time. In November the meeting consisted of interpr~tative numbers. In April the association was honored in having as guest Mr. Jake Hoover, chairman of the Oklahoma Forensic Programs, who spoke on the dynamics of speech . One of the meetings was devoted to social entertainment - a most enjoyable sixteenth-century costume party. The good attendance at the sessions of the Speech Club are indicative of the interest being shown in speech work on our campus.

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First row: Dr . James Garner, Tom Garber, Nola Dee Buckow, Lecil Brown, Clyde Bullion, Edsel Holman . Second row: David Uerkvitz, Esther Uerkvitz, Rebecca Williams, Wendell Sharpton, Hillis Herren.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB

OFFICERS President- ----- -- --- - - - - - - ----------- - --- Ed Hoi man Vice-President--- - -- -- ----- - --- ---- - Wendell Sharpton Secretary _____ ___ ___ ____________ ___ Rebecca Williams Treasurer--- - ---- ----- -- - ---------------Tom Garber Sponsor __________ ___ __________ ____ Dr. James Garner

The main purpose of the International Relations Club IS been to study world relations in order to promote :ace. Under the guidance of Edsel Holman, presid~nt, 1d Dr. J. R. Garner, faculty sponsor, our group has kept 1SY throughout the year.

Various members of the organization drew inspiration lm attendance at intercollegiate conferences in three 1tes. One group went to Shreveport, Louisiana, to attend :l Southwestern Regional Conference of the International lations Club. Another group of us participated in the telfth Public Affa irs Conference at Principia College or Alto, Illinois. Others attended the state conference the I. R. C. at Oklahoma City University; and one repre1tative was present at the UNESCO at Phillips University, Enid, Oklahoma . From these conferences reports were ::>ught back and del ivered to chapel audiences and other erested groups. The club gave further publicity to intertiona! problems by sponsoring two public programs in 1ich Dr . Waldo Stephens, of Oklahoma City, well-known ::lio commentator, spoke on America's relationships to the 1er notions of the world . Through the regular semimthly meetings the twenty-one members of our club have nsistently carried on a program like that of the other apters of the international relations organization operatl in various parts of the globe.

Dr. Waldo Stephens

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First row: Phil Williams, Prof. Beard, Lottie Blanchard, Adeline Preuss, June Williamson. Second -row: John Bumpus, Annette Shropshire, Nina Alexander, Marilyn DeLong, Vanita Harrod, Carolyn DeLon-g. Third row: Dale Bass, Maynard Maddux, Bob Fetters, Wendell Sharpton, Gene Post, Carl Snyder.

OFFICERS President ___________ __ ________ ______ ___ Phil Wi II iams Vice-President ___________ ______ _____ _: Lottie Blanchard Secretary __ ______ ______ __ ____ ______ ___ Adeline Preuss

FRENCH CLUB

Treasurer ________ ____________路_______ June Williamson Sponsor __ _____________ __ _______ Prof. Vada Lee Beard

Le Rendezvous des Am is is open to students having credit in French or curr.ently enrolled in the subject. The semi-monthly meetings of the club give students opportunity to use the French language in actual communication. The programs are further planned

A party? How about a week from Friday?

to promote an interest in French civilization. An interesting feature of the activities this year was a French costume party held at a French cafe. To give the proper atmosphere the cafe used candle light,

French

decorations,

a

program

printed

in

French, a waiter appropriately attired in white. The program included violin music, glimpses of French styles, and other features illustrating French cultural attainments. Language study has become more meaningful and enjoyable through the careful planning of the officers of Le Rendezvous des Amis.

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First ro w: Paul W illwerth, Prof . Irwin, Charlotte Hampton , Geneva Watts , Virginia Clem, Ruth Brandon . Second ro w: Louis Mason , Wanda Rogers, Peggy Yarbrough, Willodene Sauer, Sara Ward , Hallie Smith, Jewel Holl is . Third ro w: Keith Paga n, Betty Wallace, Jerry Manering , Wilma Crook, Darrell Moore, Carl Craig .

OFFICERS Pres ide nt------- - - --- _________________ Paul Willwerth Vice -President_ ___________________ _____ __ R. H. Isaacs Secretary --------- - -------------- - ---- Virginia Clem Treasurer _______________ ______________ Ruth Brandon

MUSIC CLUB

Sponsor ________ _____________________ Prof.

The newest departmental club on our campus is the Music Club, o rganized this year under the leadershi p of Pro fessor Lester Dunn to meet a long- fe lt

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need. Th e club chose Professor J. D. Irw in as spo nsor and Paul Wi ll werth as presi dent, drew up a const it ution , and

arranged

for

monthly

meetings.

Th e

programs have been varie d, incl ud ing educational films and lectures. One pro ject undertaken involves sponsori ng

exchange

music

p rograms

wi th

other

schools . Interest in t he club is grow ing.

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J. D. Irwin


First row: Prof. Lawrence, Don Newcomb, Betty Whitley, Evelyn Carothers, Loretto Clegg, Harold Eason. Second row: LoHie Blanchard, Betty Hastings, Burl Brim, Kenneth Sutton, Nino Alexander, Wilma Stangeland, Winnie Oakes, fern Eason. Third row: Dick Donner, Leon Cooper, Wesley Sullivan, Theo Birdwell, Maurice Lege~ He/en Edwards, Frances West, Bess Jones, Carl Snyder. Fourth row: John Bumpus, Francis Oakes, Bob Smith, Marvin Snowbarger, Dean Pool, Joe Diffee, Lawrence Silvey, Jim Herrick, Keith Woo/pert .

OFFICERS

President ____________________ __ ___ ____ Don Newcomb Vice-President ________________ _____ __ ___ Betty Whit ley Secretary ___________________________ Eve Iyn Carothers

BIOLOGY CLUB

Treasurer _____________________________ Loretta Clegg Sponsor _________________________ Prof . R. G. Lawrence

The Beta Sigma Lambda Club, organized last year, is a member of the Oklahoma Academy of Science. Membership in the local club is open to majors and minors in biology and to students of pre-nursing, pre-medicine, and pre-dentistry. The club serves to increase their interest in biology in its many ramifications and gives them opportunity to contribute materially to the equipment of the biological laboratory . Thus, in addition to meeting twice a month for lectures or films on 路biology, the club is carrying out worthwhile projects; they are preparing a lion skeleton for display and are financing and supervising the building of a show case for biological specimens. Stepping outside the field of academic interests to organize a basketball team, the club is promoting a feeling of solidarity among all students of biology.


First row: Rebecca Breeden, Mary Ann Taylor, Marilyn DeLong, Gerry Nored, 11/adeene MeA/laster, Lorraine Stewart, Jo Kreie , Prof . Greve . Second row: Bernadine Zerby, Madge Cole, Sally Jones, Frances Luther, Lois Bilhimer, Virginia Rogers, Doris Coston, Vivian Hillery, Norma Jean Harris, Tibbeleen Moore, Charlene Spangler. Third row: Doretha Briggs, Pauline Johnson , Nola Dee Buckow, La Neta White , Norma Chapman, Midge Isaacs, Phyllis Jameson , Leola Schauer, Daisy Nelson . Fo urth row: Peggy Henry, Naomi Watson , Virginia Campbell, Arlen'! Bond, Eula Mae Bond, Verda Sauer, Betty McFarland , Frances Burton, Pat Dungan, Donna Browning, Doris Myers, Marie Rowlett.

OFFICERS

HOME ECONOMICS

Pres ident_ ________________________ Norma Jean Harris V ice-Pres ident ________ __________ Joan Carothers Cooper Treasurer __ _______ ___________________ Nel l Dougharty

CLUB

Spo nsor _________ _______ _________ __ Prof . Anne Greve

The purpose o f the Home Eco nomics Cl ub is th e furtherance

of scholarship,

lea d ersh ip, f e ll owship,

and spi ri tua lity t hroug h Ho me Eco no mics. A ny gi rl interested in t his part icul a r fi eld may be a member of this organ iza ti on .

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Miss Anne Greve, the head of the depa rt ment, is t he sponsor of t he club. Thi s year's officers have inc luded:

N9rma

vice-president;

Harris,

Betty

preside nt; Joan Coo per,

Jones,

secretary;

and

Ne ll

Dougharty, treasurer. A Hallowe'en g et -acqua inted party served as th e first club meeting of th e year . La ter th e clu b chose as its pro ject to prepare a living room unit in one sect ion of th e di ning room. After th e coll ege co mpletes its planned re mo de ling of th e ho me economics department t his su mm er, th e club will return to th is project and fi nish it next fa ll . ill th e mea nwhil e th e club is f indi ng ma ny interesti ng activities to develop ho me economics ski ll s and learn ing.

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First row: Joyce Cox, lola Mae Hagan, Prof. Grace, Bob Fitzgerald, Mary Martin. Second row: Dollie Hostetler, Russell Steel, John Barron, Harold Whatley, Keith Sears, Suzanne Raiser, Jean Randal.

OFFICERS

ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE

President ______________ ______ _______ Robert Fitzgerald Vice -President ________________ ____________ Joyce Cox Secretary ___________________________ Mary Lou Martin Treasur er ___________________ __ ______ Zola Mae Hagan Sponsor _____ ________________ ____ Prof . Richard Grace

A g roup of art students of Bethany-Peniel College who felt the need of an organization to promote interest in art throughout the school met February 21 and organized the Art Students' League, under the sponsorship of Professor Richard Grace. From time to

The master's touch.

time the League will visit art galleries, hear lectures, d iscuss wel l-known paintings, and engage in creative art projects. In this semester the club has redecorated the two art rooms in the Commercial Building , painted murals on one wall of each room, and made a field trip to the Unjversity of Oklahoma, where they visited the art department and the exhibit of painting by the famous primitives-painter, Grandma Moses. Club meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month and are open to all students interested in the promotion of art.

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First row: Carol Haynes, Wanda Rhodes, Willeta Shepard, Maynard Maddux, Donald Moore, Mary Jean Paden, Prof . Wiman, Doris Coston, Martha Winters, 0/vette Culley, freda Rhodes, Martha Harper, Ruby Hill, Jo Kreie, Dolly Hostetler. Second row: Rita Coble, Gerry Nored, Mary Miller, Mab/ene Hargrove, Ruth Miller, Neta Clegg, Helen Sarras, Barbara Barnett, Mildred Parkhurst, Dorothy Gladman, Gerry Sutton, Carolyn DeLong, Arlene Bond, faye Stearman, Tibbe/een Moore, Della Marie Davis. Third row: Mary Williams, Virginia Rogers, Mary Beth Lindsay, Pauline Johnson, Pauline Campbell, Bud Hammerstrom, Elbert Watson, Bob Gray, Wilma Crook, Gerry Manering, Marilyn De Long, 1//adeene MeA/laster, Mary Ann Taylor, Frankie Moore, Bonnie Crawford, Wanda Williams, Evelyn Mewes, Carolyn Wooden, Evelyn Carothers, Grace Knoll. Fourth row: lona Raymer, Sally Jones, Jewel Hollis, Lee Hillery, Merle Jam路son, Darrell Moore, Bert Rhodes, Dwain Grant, Keith Pagan, Lee Barnes, Don Owens, Wilbur Brannon, Bill Garber, Phyllis Jameson, fred ferraez, Harold Maiden, Eula Mae Bond, Leta Mae Carlisle, Wanda Eastman. Fifth row: Charles Stipe, Bob Hendricks, Tom Garber, Bob Leffel, Jerry Riggs, Gordon Gunn, Marie Horton, Don Horton, Sara Ward, George Andrews, Lois Scofield, Betty McFarland, Peggy Graham, Ruth Wil liams. Sixth row: Harold Westlund, Joe Diffee, Bill Prince, Bill Ray, Don Hicks, Jarrell Garsee, Lee Steele, Bob Shrout, Dwight D~/e, Les Turner, James Hoffpauir, Lee Hob/e, Wayman Davis, Hal Joiner. 路

OFFICERS President __ __________________________ _Don a ld Moore Vice-President -------------- - ------ -- -- - W a y ne Bla ck Secretary -Treasurer _____________ __ ___ M ary Jea n Pa de n Sponsor __ ___________ __ _______ ___ __ Prof. C. H. Wiman

PRAYER AND FASTING LEAGUE Each Friday noon, between 12:00 and 1:00, throughout the year, we gather in the college church and wait before God in prayer. This hour is known as " Pra yer and Fasting ." The guest speaker each time is the Spirit of God; His presence is very real in these services. There is a holy atmosphere which completel y en velopes our waiting hearts. The sincere prayers uttered from the heart, the testimonies with notes of victory, and the reading and preaching of God's Word make this service a glorious one. Prayer requests are made known to the group and then lifted to God . Thi s hour spent each week in prayer and fasting has made a vital contribution to our lives. The fruits of p ra yer and fa sting may be experienced in terms of deeper consecration, greater determination to serve, and an all-consuming love for Christ.

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First row: Evelyn Mewes, Esther Uerkvitz, Wesley Harmon, Adeline Preuss, Mary Miller . Second row: James Bailey, 0/vette Cutley, Wi//eta Shepard, Wilma Dean Hoffpauir, Luella Davis, lona Raymer, Nita Clegg. Third row: Tom Garber, Wanda Fulton , Edith Kersten , Naomi Joyce, Mary Beth Lindsey, Imogene Hogan, Carolyn Wooden, Florence Rosfeld, Rebecca Williams, Marie Smith, Ruth Miller, Della Marie Davis . Fourth row: Robert Hakes, Lee Barnes, Ted Cottam, Charles Tryon, Alvin Mayo, Dwight Dole, David Uerkvitz, Garland Johnson, Earl Transue, Sidney Freeburg, Don Hicks, Lee Hob/e . Dr. Philo, sponsor, not pictured.

OFFICERS

MISSIONARY BAND

President----------------- ___________ Wesley Harmon Vice-President _________________________ Adeline Preuss Secretary-Treasurer _____________________ __Mary Miller Sp-onsor ___ ______ ____ ___ ______ ________ Dr. L. C. Philo

The Missionary Band, under the leadership of W esley Harmon , president, has had a very successful year . From chapel programs to meetings in Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma we have been kept busy. Our band, consisting of one hundred and thi rty members from the freshman through the sen ior classes, feels the deep urgency of preparing for the work to w hich God has called us.

We all appreciated her ministry.

Our main project of the year was raising better than six thousand dollars for the Koreans. The establishment of an exhibit room on the campus for th ings from mission fields was alsq started . The meeting s across the districts were for the purpose of acqua inting the people of our church with our program . Sunday School classes were held in the hospitals of Okl a homa City by members of our group . Chapel programs were given to allow other students on our campu s to see some of our work. We held o ur weekly prayer meetings on Thursd a y eve r.ing s. God came in to bless. us many times, making His presence felt very near. We had one hundred and twent y-three called missionaries on our campus this year. Many you ng people, called to other fields of endeavor, un ited with us in our meetings. Dr. Philo has been our very capable faculty ad viser this year while Adeline Preuss, vice-president, and Mary Miller, secretary and treasurer, have done commendable work.

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First row: Hal Joiner, Bob Fetters, Wayman Davis, Marie Horton, Don Horton, Prof. Beard, Tibbelleen Moore, Wilbur Brannon, Mary Stover, Leta Mae Carlisle, Syble Wooldridge, Dollie Hostetler, Della Davis . Second row: Lois Scofield, Phyllis Jameson, Maxine Chenoweth, Wilda Eaton, Darlene Buckles, Helen Sarras, Wanda Eastman, Arlene Bond, Carolyn DeLong, Carol Haynes, Frankie Moore, Martha Harper, Ruby Hill, Neva Jo Kreie . Third row: Herbert Steele, Harold Westlund, Sally Jones, Bill Prince, Harold Maiden, Eula Mae Bond, Bonnie Crawford, Jewel Hollis, Virginia Rogers, Martha Winter, Marilyn DeLong, Doris Coston, Grace Knoll, Evelyn Carothers, Peggy Graham, Wanda Williams, Faye Stearman, Jerry Sutton, Mildred Parkhurst, Barbara Barnett. Fourth row: Jarrell Garsee, Jim Herrick, Merle Jamison, Elbert Watson, Gordon Gunn, Bob Leffel, Darrell Moore, Bertus Rhodes, Dwain Grant, Bill Lakey, Keith Pagan, Gerry Nored, Sora Ward, George Andrews, Don Moore, Cecil Burns, Fred Ferraez, Lee Hillery.

OFFICERS

GOSPEL TEAM "The evangelistic center of the campus" -

President------------------------ - --- Wilbur Brannon Vice-President ___________________________ Don Horton Secretary-Treasurer __________________ Tibbelleen Moore Sponsor _____ ______________ ______ Miss Vada Lee Baird

this

was our motto for the year in Gospel Team . Our purpose as we met every Thursday evening was to show our fellow students the way to Christ. Many have made personal contact with God through these

, The Rushing Family .

services. We have been guided through this year under the leadership of Wilbur Brannon as president of

-

the group, ably assisted by Don Horton, vice-president, and backed at all times by the marvelous spirit of our sponsor, Miss Vada Lee Beard. Several special services were held during the year, presenting such speakers as Rev. Jimmy Dobson, Rev . R. T. Williams, Jr., and the Rushing family, a singing and preaching group known for their radio appearances and rev iva l services over a large section of our country. This has been a successful year for our Gospel Team and we look forward to future growth under God 's direction, as we maintain our place in the religious atmosphere of Bethany-Peniel.

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STUDENT COUNCIL CARL KRUSE, President

Through the functioning of the Student Council the students of Bethany-Peniel College enjoy a larger measure of self-government than is usually found in a college of this size . Elected annually by students and faculty, the Council represents students to the administration and carries on other activities for the benefit of fellow-students. One of the projects for this year was to prepare a new lounge for students, a room which might serve as a gathering place for small groups or as a room for relaxation between classes . The room has been furnished

with

couches, easy chairs,

tables,

and

table lamps; the walls are tinted in restful shades of pale green, and the lighting is soft. As now equipped the room is just the place to read a new

LESTER DUNN, Sponsor

magazine, look over an assignment before class, or write a letter home. Eventually, when an adjoining room has been converted into a kitchen, the lounge will

better

provide

for

social

functions

for

the

smaller organizations on the campus. In all of its work this year the Student Council has maintained a spirit of unity and has had the fullest cooperation from the students at large.

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STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Don Owens, Carl Kruse, Harold Carlisle, Ed Holman, Doris Beaver, Mary Miller, Bob Yarbrough, Ralph Casey, Marvin Snowberger, Prof . Lester Dunn, Bill Lakey.

Presi dent ___________ _________________ ____ Carl Kruse Spo nsor:.. _________________ __________ Prof. Lester Dunn Vi ce- President ___________ ___ __ __ ___ __ ____ Don Owens Religious Director ________________ ______ Harold Carlisle Reveille Echo Editor _____ _____ ___ ___ Marvin Snowbarger Arrow Ed itor ______ ___________ __ _____ ______ Bill Lakey Sen ior Representative __________________ __ Doris Beaver Junior Representative _________ ____ _______ Edsel Holman Sophomore Representati ve ____ _____ _______ Ralph Casey Freshman Representative _____ ______ ___ Robert Yarbrough

HAROLD CARLISLE, Student Director of Religious Activities.

MARY MILLER, Secretary

DON OWENS, Vice-President


THE REVEILLE ECHO Your

Reveille

Echo staff this year has striven to

publish an impartial account of the news and student views of the college in a way which would maintain high collegiate journalistic standards. Since staff members worked purely on a voluntary basis and for the most port were without formal journalistic training, it was at times hard to meet this goal. However, with the w hole-hearted cooperation of most of the staff, occasional contributions from the students at large, and good suggestions from the sponsors, we feel that news, views, and humor have been combined to produce a paper from which everyone could get at least a little

MARVIN SNOWBARGER, Editor

something worthwhile. Interesting activities of the staff included trips to Stillwater and Edmond for Oklahoma Senior College Press Association meets, two big staff parties, and the sponsoring of the fourth annual Reveille Echo Basketball Tournam ent. With the enjoyment that these activities afforded us, the added knowledge that we gained in trying to produce the paper, and the satisfaction of having done our best to serve you, we feel that the year's work has been highly worthwhile to each of us personally.

GENE POST and JACK ARMOLD Photographer and Associate Editor

The Staff: Francis Oakes, Winnie Oakes, Ernest .Walden, Annette Shropshire, Elbert Watson, Vera Stewart and Doris Beaver.


THE STAFF OF THE REVEILLE ECHO Student Editor _______ ____ _____ Marvin Snowberger Business Manager ____ _____ __ ____ Ralph E. Casey Associate Editors ___ Manuel Davenport (f irst semester ) and Jack Armold (second semester ) News Editor ____ ------- - - - ----路--- _ Ernest Wa lden News Reporters : Rebecca Breedon, Jerry Riggs, Fern Eason , Tom Garber, Jeannean Gillham, Mary Gill, DeJuana H a l~, James Pincomb, James Str ing er, Geneva Wa tts, La vel le Wi ll ey, Bob Yarbrough, Charles W illiamson, Lue lla Davis. Copy Editor--------- - - - ----- _ _ Helen Sarras Copy Readers: Vera Stewart, June Wi ll iamson, Martha Winters . Proof Reader: Mary Chaney. Re-write Editor ___________ __ __ Annette Shropshire Society Editor -------- 路路 -路--_____ Dor is Beaver Sports Editors _______ Don McCaleb lfirst semester ! and Francis Oakes (second semester ! Sports Writers: Norma Lee Chapman, Patsy Rainbolt, Darrell Moore, Jimmy Herrick, Carol Haynes. Feature Editor ______________ ___ _ W inn ie Oakes Feature Wri ters: Betty Jones, llla deene McAI Iaster, Jean Anderson, M inn ie Blanche Dimond, Mora Jane Lemay. Column ists: Carl Kruse, Harold Carlisle, Earl Transue. Typi sts _____________ ____ __ EIIene Brink, Sue Follis

RALPH CASEY, Business Manager

Photographer -------- -- -- --- ------_ Gene Post Circulation Manager ___ ______ ______ Elbert Watson Staff Cartoonist _______________ _ Martha Harper Faculty Co-sponsors __ ___ __ Dr. Anna B. Laughbaum , E. Boyd Shannon

The Staff: Seated: Rebecca Breedon, Martha Harper, Ellene Brink . Standing: Tom Garber, Jimmy Herrick, Lavelle Willey, /1/adene MeA/laster, Luella Davis, Minnie Blanch

Dimond, Fern Eason .

DR . LAUGHBAUM and PROF. SHANNON, Sponsors


THE ARROW At last the day has come for the 1950 Arrow to come off the press -

a day which we, like all the annual staffs

before us, have eagerly antic ipated. A lot of work has gone into this effort to represent the school year, entailing many sleepless

nigh ts and

days of w riting , rewriting,

p icture-taking, retaking, page make-up, pasting, proofreading, and ad selling. The work that has gone into the book doesn't tell the worth of th e publication; that will o nl y be shown in future years when the student takes it down from its pla ce on the shelf 路 and looks at it.

B1LL LAKEY, Editor _

If it successfully reminds him of the 1949-50 school year, then it isn't a fai lu re. In this book we have attempted to emphasize the bond of friendsh ip tha t exists here on our campus. Those of us who exper ienced this school year together realize that the sp irit w hich prevailed, of close friendships, is something which can only

suggest.

no publication can truly present but In

order to

recall

this thought of

stud ent fe ll owship to every reader of the Arrow, we have developed it as the theme of the book.

HELEN SARRAS, Associate Editor, and PROF. DOBSON, Faculty Sponsor.

Staff Members: Doris Beaver, Sidney Freeburg, Wanda Williams, Muriel Shreve, Wilma Crook, Keith Sears.


YEAR BOOK In

preparing

the

book

for

publication

we

have

wished to give every student an opportunity to make some contribution to it. At the beginning of the year we sponsored a contest for cover design which was won by a freshman, Ralph Guyett . Later the Arrow conducted a contest to encourage the wr iting of essays in apprecia tion of the college by st udents, p rospective st ude nts, and alumni. Awards, financed by the advertising sect ion of the book, include a tr ip to the campus for the alumnus who wrote the best essay, and scholarships for the student and

prospective

student

winners.

Contest

winners

are

announced in the advertising division of the book.

ERNEST WALDEN, Business M anager

As a final note, appreciation must be given to all who aided in this production. There would have been no writing without writers, no pictures without photographers, and no finances without a business manager. And, though we interrupted many a class period, t he student body and faculty afforded us cooperation without which we would have failed. Working together makes all things possible. We trust that you will find this year's A rrow a success.

Staff Members: June Williamson , Wende// Sharpton, Frances Reep, Virjeane Bayles, Tom Garber.

RALPH HODGES and GENE CHAMBER S, Photographers


THE ALUMNI BANQUET

MR. JOHN STOCKTON, President

REV. MARK MOORE, Vice-President

DR . S. S. WHITE

MRS . A. K. BRACKEN

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THE ALUMNI ASSOCIAT ION At the annual banquet last year the Bethany-Peniel

can be planned to include a dining hall and kitchen for

College Alumni Association elected as president Mr. John

the college. The Alumni Association is incorporating these

StockJon, General Treasurer of the Church of the Nazarene.

units in the plans. The campaign for funds is well organized

Un路der. his strong leadership the Association has set some

and will get into high gear at about commencement time.

large goals for the year. Now that the enrollment of the

Meanwhile an early solicitation of pledges, following an

college has become so large, the alumni group is taking

address by Mr. Stockton to the students and faculty,

in over a hundred new members each year . It will thus be

brought an immediate response -

possible in the near future to realize goals for which

a total of $4,500 in

pledges to be paid in by September. With all cooperating,

we have long hoped and planned.

it is not an impossibility for the bu ilding soon to become

One great task the graduates have set for themselves

a reality.

is to finance the construction of a student union building.

The college can well afford such a building ; it wil l

Definite plans call for the breaking of ground early in

help to solve many problems. Our war heroes deserve the

September . The structure will cost about $70,000. While this is a large sum to raise, the Alumni Association already

memorial - a permanent structure dedicated to the youths

has about $10,000 on hand and several thousands in

who gave to their country, at the same time a building

pledges which can be collected when the building gets

to serve the youths of today and tomorrow. The students

under way. To make the prospects brighter, the college

of the college will see in this building a symbol of the

has agreed to furnish $35,000 of the funds if the building

friendship and deep interest of the Alumni Association.

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First row , Mrs . Fuller McCombs, Mrs . Hubert Harris, Mrs. Carl Dillard, Mrs. Floyd Hawkins, Mrs . Schouner Vance, Mrs. Charles Attaway, Mrs . Harold Buchanon , Mrs . Fred Ferroez, Mrs . Jock Lee . Second row, Mrs . Lawrence Gholson , Mrs. M . Lumley, Mrs. Fred Moon, Mrs. Arthur Little , Mrs. Erne st Howland, Mrs. Kenneth Frey, Mrs . Betty Turman , Mrs . James McCoullo, Mrs. Raymond Bohannon, Mrs. Stanley Wilson. Third row , Mrs. Harr y Cavenaugh, Mrs . Leo Lehman , Mrs . Lawrence Watson , Mrs. Emerson Showalter, Mrs . Morvin Gilley, Mrs. Clarence Willis, Mrs. O'dell Connell, Mrs . Herbert Wiley, Mrs. Leonard Hess , Mrs. Sterling Acton, Mrs . Tillmon Crawford .

PREACHERS' WIVES CLASS TAUGHT BY MRS. CANTRELL This year Bethany-Peniel Co llege has. offered a most unusual course - perhaps the most unusual one tha j has ever been offered. 路 It is' a course in adult education, specifically for preachers' wives, and though it does not carry college cred it, is f~lly authorized by the schooL The course is proving itself to be of inestimable value, and as a result it will be continued next year. This ,u.nique project was begun in the early fall of 1949 with Mrs. R. H. Cantrell as the able instructor. C lasses were held in the Science Hall twice a month. Occasional guest speakers enliven the sessions. Thi s course has been very helpful to the young preachers' wives on the campus, particularly to those whose responsibilities rob them of much participation in college activities. The main object of this course is to prepare each young woman enrolled for her role as the wife of a minister and for her place in the parsonage. Some of the pertinent subjects whic h were treated in the classes this year were: th e pastor's wife in relation to her husband and his work, and the pastor's wife in her relation to the community as a church worker, a hostess and a neighbor. Proper et iquette for a pastor's wife has also met with interesting discussion in the classes. Th en, too, church organization is taught in coordination with a strong emphasis on the part th at vita l Christian living must play in the life of a minister's wife. The young preachers' wives are learning how to cope with the various problems that they are soon to meet in the ministry . They are developing the poise and the personal grace and charm that will help them to be of real assistance to their husbands in their future lives.

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Faculty Dames , First row , Mrs. Vernon Snowbarger, Mrs. J. Prescott Johnson , Mrs. James Garner, Mrs. E. S. Phillips, and Mrs. D. R. Dans kin. Second row , Mrs. Harold Ripper, Mrs . Lester Dunn, Mrs. Harry Craddock, Mrs. C. H. Wiman, Mrs. Ramon Unruh , and Mrs. Boyd Shannon.

Chairman ______________ _________ Mrs. Roy H. Cantrell

FACULTY DAMES

Secretary _____________________ Mrs. Harry L. Craddock Treasurer _________________________ Mrs . C. H. Wiman

A splendid spirit of fellowship has been brought about among the w ives of the college faculty members b y an organization known as the Faculty Dames. In fact, the ma in purpose of this novel organization is to promote mutual interest and fellowship among these women who are so closely related to the college but are not in constant contact w ith its activi ti es.

It

Th e Faculty Dames meet once a month at the homes of various members. The membership of this organization , whic h averages about twenty-five members, is restricted to those women who are wives of college teachers (but who are not themsel ves teaching ), and to the wives of the Nazarene pastors in Bethany and the w ife of the business manager of the college. Officers are elected semi-annually. The meetings of the Faculty Dames are given over to the discussion of subjects of mutual interest to the ladies and to the planning of projects. The Faculty Dames have sponsored various interesting projects and have given several gifts to the college; they also serve ex officio as the committee which plans and gives faculty teas, picnics, and parties. Every May these wome n sponsor the Pansy Ring , a lovely ceremony at which the engagements of various junior and senior college girls are announced. Th is year the Faculty Dames have for their own special project the helping of each other. In times of sickness and need they lend a helping hand. It is the object of these women to shed a Christ-like spir it abroad among the members of this community.

MRS . ROY H. CANTRELL

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MEN'S ATHLETICS Much enthusiasm is aroused over athletic events for men. In the fall, football takes the spotlight. Though not as rough as tackle, six-man touch is a wide open, fastmoving game that is interesting to watch. Spectators crowd the sidelines of "windy stadium" as the teams battle for supremacy over a pigskin. The major sport on our campus, basketball, opens its season with the Jamboree and ends with the Reveille Echo Tournament. Every other Monday and Friday night from December to March, the class teams meet on the hardwood to match their skill at the game . During the spring the softball diamond is crowded with boys wishing to try their luck at softball. These beautiful afternoons are filled with the shouts of excited youths, and the sound of leather meeting wood . Also in the spring, ping-pong and tennis offer opportunities for individual competition. One of the biggest events of the year, however, arrives early in May, when school is let out for the day and we participate in Track Meet. We spend the entire day in competing in the skills of the track, and we eat the noon day meal outside in picnic style.

PROF. KENNETH FULMER, Athletic Director

Sportsmanship plays a great part in our athletic activities. It is heavily stressed in every phase of the sports program. Each year the Best Sport award is given to the individual who has exhibited the best sportsmanship throughout the year. This is the highest athletic honor that can be received at Bethany-Peniel College .

BILL DRAPER and WANDA RHODES, Student Athletic Directors.


CLASS ATHLETIC DIRECTORS

First row: Darlene Buckles; Wanda Rhodes, Ruth Williams, Leola Schauer . Second row: Keith Woo/pert, Law路 rence Silvey, Bud Hammerstrom, Theo Birdwell .

WOMEN'S ATHLETICS Th ere are two p rinc ipa l p urposes o f t he athl eti c program f or women: fi rst, to provide an opportunity for clean, wholesome fun through sports; secondly, to promote Christian fellowship. The program of a t hlet ics thus plays its part in build ing Christian character. In the fall after a very successfu l round of softball games, we began a ping-po ng tournament which interested a great many sports. Marjorie Brewer, sophomore, won the championship. The basketball season, which began in November, kept us active through the win ter months. The n in th e spring came vo ll ey ball, tennis, and t rack. M uch o f t he success of t he athl et ic p rogra m is d ue to the careful p lanni ng and e nthusiast ic part icipation in sports by th e Women's B Cl ub a nd the women's a thlet ic d irecto r, Wanda Rhodes. They have given us a great year in spo rts.


JAMBOREE AND REVEILLE ECH There are two major sports events in the college which

In the Jamboree last fall , after some tense moments of

attract large crowds, including visitors from out of town.

waiting, the audience was thrilled when the announcement

One of these is the annual Jamboree, initiated in

1940,

was made, and June Williamson, a junio r, as queen, took

and the other is the Reveille Echo Tournament, introduced

her place beside Jimmy Herrick, the king , captain of the

to our campu s four years ago by the editors of the school

Redskin team, and both received their crowns. The selection

paper. At each of these entertainments much interest centers

had been made in advance by vote of the members o f the

in the selection of a queen to be crowned between games.

Jamboree Team. Decorations, band music, announcements from

In Bethany-Peniel College this ceremony is something more

a master of ceremonies (Robert Leffel ), other preparatio ns

than a popularity contest: every effort is made to keep the

had created

choice on the highest possible level ; a queen is chosen as

make this moment the clima x of the occasion .

representative of all the highest ideals of the school. She

The Reveille Echo Basketball Tournament w a s held in March, after considerable publicity had been given in the school paper . Nominations for queen required a petit io n of at least fifty signatures; the final selection of queen then w as by vote of the audience at the game . The results of t he

must be a good student, and she must be an example of the kind of Christian character the college is striving to build . For these reasons it is a signal honor to路 be chosen as queen in an athletic program on our campus.

suspense

and the

necessary atmosphere to


lUEENS ~lection

were kept secret until the moment when

he coronation was to take place . At that moment he queen, Ruth Miller, escorted by the captain of he winning basketball team, Glenn Kirby, stepped hrough a huge paper replica . of the Reveille Echo md received her crown. Miss Miller is the daughter )f Rev . and Mrs. R. R. Miller, missionaries to Trinidad, vho were members of the college faculty last year . .ike Miss Williamson, she is a member of the junior :lass and a worthy recipient of the honor bestowed Jpon her.


FRED TURNER

BILL MOORE

LAWRENCE OLIVER

WENDELL MILLER

T H E JAMBOREE We were crowded into the gymnasium the night of the jamboree game, and were not disappoint路 ed in the action, even though our team did come out on the short end of the score. Our boys started off t~eir basketball season by playing a team representing J. and M. Cleaners of Bethany. It seemed for about ten minutes, as the game got under way, that the Redskins might come through victorious. They had forged ahead in the opening part of the contest, but the J. and M. team soon pulled up from behind and steamed on to win the game. The inexperienced Redskins weren't outdone when it came to hustle and spirit. They were in there all the time doing their best to hang up a good score for their side. Those of us who enjoy a good, fastmoving game saw plenty of action this night. The game was spiced with numerous scuffles for the ball. It wasn't unusual to find three or four players on the floor seeking the ball. The Redskins led till the end of the first half was near of hand; then a Cleaner, Earl Smith, a former Bethany-Peniel student, sank a long shot and followed that with a free throw which brought the J. and M. team out in front. As the game went into the second half, Frank Quiring, a freshman Redskin, brought us back to a tie with them at 30-30. From this point on, owing to a crack long-shot artist named Bowen, the Cleaners took c~.arge and widened the gap till the game ended with the score at 45-34. In the girls' game of the evening, the Bethany Squaws, led by Wanda Rhodes, came through with a 26-23 win over the Alumnae even though the Alumnae had been in the lead at half-time. As we left the gym at the close of the evening, we all felt satisfied with the games. Even though defeat of our college team had taken out some of the enjoyment for us, we yet sensed that our basketball season was off to a good start. The keen competition shown in later games proved that we were right; this was a great season for basketball.

DARRELL MOORE

FRANK QUIRING


JIMMY HERRICK

BILL DRAPER

LAWRENCE SILVEY

RALPH HODGES

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KEITH WOOLPERT


THE REVEILLE ECHO

TOURN AM ENT We saw the basketball season end in a flurry of players and basketballs, as we attended

the

Reveille

Echo

Tournament

and

watched the class teams battle it out for tournament honors. As usual, every team was all out to win, and we knew that the stand ings of the teams in regular season play wouldn 't hinder them as they played in these games. After a hard-fought, close game, the jun iors came through to victory, downing the sophomores 57-45 . Even though the juniors led at half-time, the sophs came from behind in the second half to tie the game. From then on it was a hectic game, providing thrills in every moment as the lead exchanged hands several times . Then in the last minutes of the game the juniors pulled out into the foreground arid won. In the consolation game, the freshmen gave the " ole men" a scare as they cavorted through the first half, befuddling the seniors with their antics. During the second half the teams settled down and the freshmen came up within one point of at least tying the game up as it went into the last seconds of play. However, as the buzzer buzzed, it was the seniors who took away the consolation prize. The members of the teams, both boys and g1rls, chose one girl and one boy as most valuable players of the tournament. The ones selected were Leola Schauer, senior g irl, and Garland Shaffer, senior boy. As the crowd filed out this night, we found that we had enjoyed a good basketball season, and two good even ings of fun during the tournament topped it off fine .

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LEOLA SCHAUER and GARLAND SHAFFER receive Outstanding Player awards from Dean Shannon .

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CHAMP ION JUNIORS, Standing, Don Horton, Dale Bass, Sponsor, Prof. Jack Rairdon, Dean Grout, Dennis Cloud . Kneeling, Jimmy Herrick, Dick Campbell, Glenn Kirby, Bill Draper, Gordon Stangeland and Harold Rairdon in the Center.

SENIORS,

Standing ,

Marshall

Stewa rt,

Wayne Black, Wendell Miller, Thea Birdwell. Sitting, Leon Cooper, Garland Shaffer, Bob Carroll.

SOPHOMORES, Standing , Lawrence Oliver, Darrell Moore, Lawrence Silvey, Don Wilson . Kneeling ,

Francis

Oakes,

Skeet

Rhodes,

Ralph Hodges, and Harald Westlund .

FRESHMEN , Standing, Keith Woolpert, Paul Johnson, Tom Young , Fred Turner. Kneeling , Frank Quiring , Burtus

Rhodes, and

Bob

Hendrichs.

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BASKETBALL Basketball is the major sport on our campus. This year each class team started the season with a fiery determination which always leads to stiff competition. In the pre-season practice games, the sophomores arid seniors came out on top and it looked as though they were the teams to beat. But, as the season progressed, the juniors became the mighty men of Bethany-Peniel. Led by captain Glenn Kirby, the juniors路 defeated the frosh 33 to 29 to start their string of victories . Their next victims were the seniors, whom they beat by a score of 63 to 44. The following Friday night they laid the sophs in the dust 32 to 29. The first round of play ended with the juniors on top and the sophs in second place . The freshmen were in third and the "ole men" were in the cellar. The juniors started off the second round by taking another game from the greenies 48 to 4 1. The same night the sophomores eeked out a win over the seniors 52 to 49. The juniors continued their winning streak by trimming the seniors and sophs 52 to 35 and 34 to 30 respectively. Coming into the last night of the season, the juniors held first place, the sophomores were second , and the freshmen and seniors were tied for third. The sophomores, thirsty for revenge after two unsuccessful attempts to beat the juniors, gave them the only dark spot on their otherwise unblemished record by defeat ing them 48 to 37 in the final game of the season . Losing this final game however didn't affect the standing of the teams, and the juniors found themselves in possession of the much coveted basketball pennant.


BASKETBALL

BASKETBALL ALL STARS: First row: Keith Woo/pert, Lawrence Silvey, Gordon Stangeland, and Darrell Moore. Second row: Jimmy Herrick , Garland Shaffer, Bill Draper, Glenn Kirby, and Lawrence Oliver. Not Pictured: Bob Carro// .


GIRLS' BASKETBALL A favori te in the ath letic prog ram o f B.-P .C. is basket bal l. We, the gir ls, are not to be ou tdo ne b y the boys on this score; "We en ter into this sport w ith a good deal of vigor and en th us iasm. The basket ba ll season was brough t to an exc itin g close wi th the Reveille Echo Tou rn ame nt in Marc h, the sophomores coming out as victors for the second consecut ive year. The freshmen defeated t he juniorsenior team d uring t he early part o f t he Tou rn ament with a score of 49- 46, bu t th e sop hom o res carr ied off th e honors in the last game of the Tour namen t w it h a 51-28 victory over the f resh man team. Hig h scorers in t he fina l game we re Wil leta Shepherd fo r t he freshmen and Wanda Rh odes for th e sophomores.

SOPHOMORES: Standing: Ruth West, Wanda Rhodes, Norma Chapman, Carol Haynes, Helen Daniels . Sitting: /lladeene MeAl/aster, Freda Rhodes, coach Don Wilson, Madaline Bradford, lola Mae Hagan.

Members of the w inning team rece ive d go ld basketba ll s as awards. The following girls received these ho nors: Wanda Rhodes, Caro l Hay nes, lladeene McAIIaster, Fern Eason, Madal ine Brad fo rd, and Ruth West. The gold cup went to Leola Schauer, w ho was elected the most va luab le player . Captains of the var ious teams are as fo llows: freshmen, Darlene Buck les; sophomore, Wanda Rhodes; j~nior, Ruth Wil liams; senior, Leo la Schauer. Coaches for the freshman and sophomore teams are, respectively, Paul Johnson and Bil l W ilson. In addition to the class teams, an al l-schoo l team is chosen from the best players in each class. The . girls sleeted for this team we re Leola Schauer, senio r, Wanda Rhodes, sophomore, Caro l Haynes, sophomore, El izabeth O lds, freshman, Nina Alexander, junior, llladeene McAIIaster, sophomore, Madaline Brad ford, sophomore, Ruth West, sophomore, Fred a Rhodes, sophomore, Jo Ann Harris, freshman, Su zanne Raiser, freshman, and Barbara Miyanishi, fres hman.

SENIORS : Vivian Hillery, Vera Stewart, Betty Whitley, Leola Schauer .

FRESHMEN: Standing: Joan Riddle, Marie Mortenson, Willeta Shepard, Joan Harris . Kneeling: Suzanne Raiser, Darlene Buckles, Elizabeth Olds, Barbara Miyanishi .

JUNIORS : Standing: Mary Miller, Ruth Williams, Frances Luther. Kneeling: Marie Smith, and Nina Alexander.

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GIRLS' ALL-SCHOOL TEAM

MADALINE BRADFO

NINA ALEXANDER

FREDA RHODES

LEOLA SCHAUER

JEWEL LANDTROO

BETTYE COOK

RUTH WILLIAMS

MAXINE MORRIS

WANDA RHODES

ALL STARS: Standing: Leola Schauer, 1//adeene MeA/laster, Ruth West, Wanda Rhodes, Nina Alexander, Carol Haynes. Kneeling: Freda Rhodes, Barbara Miyanishi, Audrey Bradford, Suzanne Raiser, and Joan Harris . Not pictured: Elizabeth Olds.


FOOTBALL

CHAMPIONS-Juniors: First row: Don Moore , Bud Hammerstrom, Gordon Stangeland . Standing : Dennis Cloud, Don Owens, Gene Post .

SENIORS: First row: Theo Birdwell, Wes Harmon, Garland Shaffer . Second row: Marshall Stewart, Wendell Miller, Phil Williams .

SOPHOMORES: First row: Francis Oakes, Lawrence Silvey . Second row: Harold Westlund, Darrell Moore, Skeet Rhodes.

FRESHMEN : First row: Bobby Hendricks, Paul Johnson, John Barron . Second row: Wade Powers, Maurice Lege: Keith Woo/pert . ')')Q


FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL ALL STARS : First row : Paul Johnson, Bud Hammerstrom and Garland Shaffer. Second row: Bill Draper, Don Owens and Gordon Stangeland . Not pictured: Darrell Freeman , Bill Moore .

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80ys' SOFTBALL At the first crack of the bat, th e so ft ba ll season of 1950 was off to a thrilling start l Wi th eac h class possessing a fine spirit of enthusiasm, it was not difficult to field a team to represent each of th e four classes. As the first two games were played, it became evident that it was to be a season o f close competition. And so it was -

plenty of exc iteme nt

SENIORS : First row : Phil Williams, Jack Armold, Wesley Marshall Stewart . Second row: Dewey Hardin , Dwain Grant, Garland Shaffer, Wendell Miller , Roy Milburn and Theo Birdwell.

for everyone!

Harmon,

After the completion of the first round of play, the freshmen topped the standings with three w ins and no losses. The second round, however, showed more rivalry than the first, the results bring ing t he freshmen and

iuniors to a deadlock for the top

position, while the sophomores and

seniors we re

battling for third and fourth places respectively. As the A rr ow goes to print, it looks as if the champions will be crowned from either the freshmen or the

iuniors,

with

the seniors

and

sophomores

following in order. When the last strike is called, it will have been a good softball season in BethanyPeniel.

JUNIORS : Harold Carlisle , Dennis Cloud, Gene Post, Jarrell Garsee, Harold Rairdon, mascot; Les Turner , Peck Jones, Don Moore , Gordon Stangeland and Don Owens .

FRESHMEN: First row: Fred Turner, Gene Moore , Maurice Lege, Bob He ndricks. Seco nd ro w: Ke ith Woo/pert, John Barro n, Ed Williams, Paul Johnson , Burl Brim, and Bob Leffel .

SOPHOMORES: First row: Harold Westlund, Bob Smith , Melvin Pierce , Elbert Watson . Second ro w: La wrence Sil vey, Darrell Moore , Wendell Sharpton , Fred Ferraez, Bob Collins . ?ell 路


B0YS' SOFTBALL


GIRLS' SOFTBALL

A M PIONS-Sophomore s: Kneeling : Madaline Bradd, Carol Haynes , Fe rn Eason . Standing : Maxine Mar Wanda Rhodes, Jewel Landtroop, Norma Chapman , ty Wallace , Helen Hale .

JUNIORS : Bonnie Foster, Ruth Williams , Frances Luther, Yvonne Green, Ruth Miller , June Robinson .

The ~ophomores began the season by defeating th e sen iors 27 to 3. This same mighty sophomore team ended the season with a victory of 38 to 6 over the freshmen. The sophomores remained undefeated throughout t he season - a record of which they are justly proud . The freshmen finished the season in second place, having wan four games and lost two. The juniors and the seniors tied for third position; t he se niors with a record o f one game won, two lost, and three forfei ted; the junio rs, w ith five last and o ne g a me forfei ted to them by the seniors. Ten gi r ls ea r ned letters in softball. The letters we nt to one senior, Me rt Em mert; two junio rs, Yvon ne Gree n a nd Bonnie Foster; one f res hman, Da rl ene Buck les; and si x sophomores, Jewel La nd t roop, Fer n Easo n, Ca ro l Hay nes, Norma Chapman, Wanda Rh odes, and Madal ine Bradford .

ALL STARS : Standing: Fern Eason, Darlene Buckles, Carol Haynes, Bonnie Foster, Norma Chapman, Madaline Bradford. Kneeling : Wanda Rhodes, Yvonne Green .

SENIORS : Vivian Hillery , Ph yllis Hopk ins, Le ola Schaue r, Norma Jean Harr is, Phyllis Jam eson .

FRESHMEN: Kneeling : Mary Lou Bro w n, Elizabeth 0/ds, Darlene Buckles, Barbara Miyan ishi, Marie Mortenson. Standing : Betty Hastings, Anita Franklin, Joyce Co x , Suzanne Raiser .


TRACK DAY ')'VI


TRACK MEN'S RECORDS

50 yd. dash - Curtis Smith- 5.4 sec.-1935. 100 yd. dash-John Ed Roberts-10.2 sec.-1941. 220 yd. dash-John Ed Roberts-22.2 sec.-1939. 440 yd. dash-Ponder Gilliland-52.5 sec.-1939. 880 yd . run-Alfred Miller-2: 13 min.-1942. 1 mile run-Odis Brown-5:01.7 min.-1947. 2 mile run-Doil Felts-11: 13 min.-1942. 120 yd . high hurdles-Charles Williamson-16.9 sec. -1949. 220 yd. low hurdles- Fran k Fuson-27.8 sec.-1940. Discus-Gene Post-114 feet-.1948. Shot put-Gene Post-47' 11 %"-1950. Pole Vault-Lee Spradlin-11' 2"-1943 . High Jump-Harvey Stallings-5' 9 34 "-1948. Running Broad Jump-John Ed Roberts-20' 3W'1941. Standing Broad Jump- Garland Shaffer- 9' 3W'1950. 440 yd. relay-43.7 sec .-1 933 . 880 yd. relay-1 :46 min.-1948. WOMEN 'S RECORDS

50 yd. dash-6 .3 sec.- 1935. 75 yd. dash-8.8 sec. 1944. 100 yd . dash-12.2 sec. 1944. 220 yd . relay-25 .2 sec. 1944. Basketball throw-76' 4"-1944. Baseball throw-165' 11 "-1946.

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TENNIS

WILLETA SHEPARD and WANDA RHODES Doubles Champions

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Seated: Carol Haynes, Ruth Williams, Yvonne Green, Wanda Rhodes, Prof. Wade, Suzanne Raiser, Ruth West, Madaline Bradford, Jewel Landtroop, Mary Jean Evans . Standing: Freda Rhodes, Fern Eason, Darlene Buckles, Norma Chapman, 11/adeene MeA/laster, Bonnie Foster, Nina Mae Alexander, Jo Ann Harris, Barbara Miyanishi, Louise Bell, Leola Schauer, Bettye Cook, Elizabeth 0/ds .

B CLUBS The B Clubs, organ ized to stimulate interest in athletics, are composed of students elected by the teams participating in the various sports. An all-school team is selected for each sport p la yed, qualifying the members for letters. Those who ear n letters are entitled to membership in the Men's or Wom en 's B Club. Interesting activities of the clubs th is year included a basketball game for " the fat men and the faculty." Beside sponsoring games, the clubs sold refreshments at athlet ic events, enjoyed parties and picnics, and had a formal banquet.

Seated: Bob Smith, Bud Hammerstrom, Prof . Fulmer, Bill Draper, Woodie Rhodes. Standing: Don Owens, Keith Woo/pert, Paul Johnson, Darrell Moore, Jim Herrick, Lawrence Oliver, Glenn Kirby, Jack Armold, Don Moore .


ADVERTISING INDEX COMMERCIAL

CHURCHES

Abernath~

Texas __________________ ______ 253

Lawrence, Kansas ________________________ 247

Abilene District _____________ ________ __ _ __ 269

Lincoln First _____________________________ 259

Ada, Oklahoma ________ ___ _________ ___ __248

Little Rock First _________________________ 262

Arkansas D~trict ------------- - - - - - --- -- - 261

Louisiana District ______ _____ ___ ______ ____271

Acme Potato Chips ______________________ 289 American Typewriters ____________________ 287 Bethany First National Bank _______________ 278 Bethany Flower Shop _____________________ 286 Book Shoppe, The ___________________ ____ 28 1 Brown-McClure Lumber Co. ______ __________ 291

Bethany East Side _____________ __________ 250

Muskogee First ------------- -- ___________ 252

Campus Footwear ______________________ _ 287

Bethany-Peniel College ________ ___________ 246

Nebraska District ___________ _____________ 274

College Cleaners ________________________ 282 Cowan PrinHng __________ ______________ _285 Coll ege Shoe Shop ________ ___________ ___ 292

B.-P . C. Boosters _________________________ 242

Neodesha , Kansas _______ ________________ 267

Borger, Texas ________________ ___________ 249

Newton, Kansas ___ _________ __ ___________ 251

Drag-On Inn ___________________________ 279

Norman , Oklahoma ______________________ 248

Dr. Mccrory -------------- ___________ ____ 285 D~ Shadid ________________ ________ _____ 285

Bethany First ___________________________ 263

Campus Religious Organizations -- - - ---~--- 247

Northwest Oklahoma District ____ _______ 256-257

Corpus Christi First ___________ ___________ 259

Colonial Bread _________________________ 280

Hal Owen, Photographer _________________ 293 Hargrove Service Station ______________ ____ 284 Herman~ Eat Shop ______________________ 282

Cushing , Oklahoma __________________ ____ 259

Oklahoma City ' First _________ ____________ 275

Dallas Central _________ __ _______ ___ _____ 258

Perryton, Texas -------- ___ -- - ------ _____ 248

Jerrys Washeteria _______________________ 289 J. & M. Cleaners ________________________ 292

Denison, Texas __________________________ 248

Pittsburg, Kansas _______ ____ _____________ 270 -

Koby Service Station _____________ _______ _292 Kraker's Dept. Store _____________________ 289

Ponca City First ------------- - ----------- 271 Eastern Oklahoma District ______ ___________ 266 Pos~ Texas --------------- - ------------ 258

launderette, The ________________________ 291 Munn Radio & TV ______ _____ _ ___________ 285

Fort Worth , North ___________ __________ _ _251 San Antonio District ______________________ 255 Guymon, Oklahoma _______ ______________ 272

San Antonio District N.Y. P.S. ___ ___________ 254 Springfield First __________________________ 270

Oklahoma City lsi National Bank & Trust Co. _280 Oklahoma Natural Gas ___________________ 282 Owens' Furniture ________________________ 290

Hastings, Nebraska ______________________ 274

Shawnee, Oklahoma __________________ ___ 247

Paul Haag Insurance Agency -------------- - 288 Powell Rexall ______________ _____________ 289

Henryetta, Okla. ------------------------ 268

Sunnyside, Kansas _____________ _ __________ 267

Publishing House, The Nazarene ____________ 277

Hooker, Oklahoma ---------------- ______ 260 Houston District _________________________ 264

Reveille Echo, The _______________________ 283 Topeka, Kansas ------------------------- 270 Southwestern Stationery and Bank __________ 294 Stewart's Paint Store ____________________ 287

Houston First ___________________________ 249 Waco, Texas ______ _______ ______ _________ 259 Hutchinson First ------------------------. 266

T. G. & Y. Stores ________________________ 287 Wichita Beulah ____________ ________ _____ 251 Up-To-Date Cleaners _____________________ 284

Kansas District ______________________ ____ 273

Ulysses, Kansas ______ _______ __ ___________ 251

Wehrenberg Drugs ______________________ 284 Western Auto Associate Store ____ __ _______ 291

Yukon, Oklahoma -------- --- - - - --------- 250

Yukon First National Ban)< ________________ 276

Kansas City District N.Y.P.S. --------------. 270 Kansas City First - - ------------------------ 265

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We, the ARROW Staff of 1950, think Bethany-Peniel College is the grandest place on earth.

This year we

decided to ask the stude nts, the prospective students, and the alumni how they felt about it. An essay contest was sponsored among the three groups on " Why I Want to Attend

Bethan y-Peniel

College," 路'What Bethany-Peniel

College Means to Me," and "Why I Am Glad I Attended Bethany-Peniel College."

To reward the winners we set up the ARROW SCHOLARSHIP FUND and awarded scholarships amounting to fifty dollars to the students and the prospective students and a free trip to Bethany-Peniel College on Alumni Day for the alumni winner . The ARROW SCHOLARSHIP FUND was financed by using an allotment from each advertisement sold in the 1950 ARROW and by contributions from interested friends.

We feel our contest was a real success, and we are

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE, THE HEART OF A

therefore presenting to you the winning entries. We wish

GREAT EDUCATIONAL ZONE.

to express our appreciation to all of those who entered our- contest. To our wonderful group of advertisers who made our contest possible we say that we appreciate your co-operation . We hope all of our readers will enjoy "B.-P. C. in Action!"

Very truly yours, THE ARROW STAFF.

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE BOOSTERS:

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Crescent Church of the Nazarene Crescent, Oklahoma Rev. Paul Ridings, Pastor

Freer Church of the Nazarene Freer, Texas

Williams Memorial Church of the Nazarene Lubbock, Texas Rev. J. R. Russell, Pastor

Waterloo Church of the Nazarene Waterloo, Oklahoma Rev. Noble Hathaway, Pastor

First Church of the Nazarene

Rev. Carl H. Kruse and Wife

Second and Campbell Broken Bow, Oklahoma Rev. Orie F. Jones, Pastor

Rev. Miss Norma L. Moore, Pasto r

Evangelist and Singer 503 N. Redmond Bethany, Oklahoma


HONORABLE MENTION (GROUP II )

Franci Boker Joyce Cox Wilma Crook

Vanita Harrod Fay Carol Haynes Donald Hicks

Ruth Knippers Russell Steel

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D. H. Williams

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FIRST PLACE - - -GROUP II

"

TO HER OUR SONGS WE RAISE" by Ruth Miller

Bong! Bong! Bong! Bong! The chimes ring out their song, the red light of the tower sign flames out the message, and even the wate r tower gives a gracious welcome. These are symbols of Bethony-Penie l College standing and shining for Christ and sending out its glad message far and wide. It is here that you _con pray with other young people and see them mode whiter than snow; it is here that a leader hardly dares open a service for testimonials for fear he will not be able to stop it; it is here that the students knee l in prayer after breakfast to ask God 's guidance throughout the day; and here where so many means of spiritual food ore provided through prayer meet ings, Gospel Teom , Missionary Bond Yeo, team, fight! Basketball and football odd excitement and thri l! s to an already busy week, as red-and-white or blue-and-gold clod teams corry the game home to victory. Midnight-oops, I mean eleven o'clock feasts in the dormitory on lost Sunday's sack lunches; Fine Arts recita ls, when you dress in your Sunday best and try to improve your cultu re; classes under Christian professors who really wont to help you; all these ore a port of what Bethony-Peniel College means to me. I walk down the path from Bud Robinson Hall to old Bresee, and somehow my heart is happy, for all these young people ore my friends -some of them running to get to class on time, some of them strolling along just for the fun of it, all of them with a happy, peaceful look. Yes, there is something different about B.-P. C. campus. SURE, IT'S A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN, THIS BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE!

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· FIRST PLACE - - - GROUP I

MY IDEAL COLLEGE by June McArthur, Mangum, Oklahoma Bethany-Peniel College has a great many traits that might induce students to come to her campus. It is a Christian school, with good fellowship, clean sports, and a spiritual atmosphere . A religious school is a great benefit to a young Christian starting out in Life. As Christian in John Bunyan's " Pilgrim's Progress" encountered many dangers on his way to the Celestial City, so do we young Christians today need all the help of God and of other Christians to keep us true . A student will obta in much help from Christian teachers and classmates. Therefore, a Christian school would be an advantage over a state college or. university where worldliness runs rampant. The kind of people one associates with while in college molds the remainder of his life to a great extent. In a Christian school, like Bethany, most of our associates have the right motives and the right slant on life. I have visited the campus of B.-P . C., and I feel safe in saying that you could associate with the majority of the students and still keep secure in your experience. The students there are friendly, unselfish, sympathetic, tenderhearted, and treat you like they would like to be treated . The sport life at B.-P . C. is also very clean . Each student has a chance to develop his physical body and still dress like a Nazarene should. I have never been able to participate in sports, because I could not conscientiously dress as worldly athletes do, but I am looking forward to B.-P. C., where I can play ba sketball and other sports in the modest clothing befitting a Christian . The atmosphere that pr~vails around a school depends upon the type of students that live there . In many schools where you go, the atmosphere seems dirty and full of rubbish because of the swearing students and worldly teachers and administrators. I sincerely believe and can witness to the fact that I have never felt this type of atmosphere at B.-P . C. A small college is an advantage in many ways. It gives each student the opportunity to have more friends . This creates a friendly atmosphere on the campus. Afso, the teacher can know the student personally, becomes interested in his success, and, therefore, may be the key to the student's future . The members of our family have a great deal of influence over us. Since my brother went to and graduated from B.-P. C., he has urged me to go there also. Of course, I want to follow in his footsteps and make B.-P . C. my alma mater, too. I have been brought up with the idea of going to B.-P. C. When someone mentions college-that, to me, means Bethany. As one visits B.-P. C. and comes upon the campus, a caressing arm , formed by the Church, students, faculty, and organizations of the school, seems to lie upon his shoulder and draw him to its bosom . These are the reasons why I choose Bethany-Peniel College!

ENTER

HONORABLE MENTION (GROUP I) ••• ,Tel

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Betty Lou Bennett Holdenville, Oklahoma

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Elva Jean Burdick Edmond, Oklahoma

$50 S<holanhips· 10 ttl WllftlHI\"

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Beverly McAllister Alma , Arkansas

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Mary Powers

Doris Dickerman Stafford, Kansas Carolyn Dorough

Henryetta, Oklahoma Mildred White Kingman, Kansas

Bowie, Texas ?AA


HONORABLE MENTION (GROUP Ill) Lora Lee Knippers 420 Lawrence St. Lawrenceburg , Tenn. Ernest W. Moore, Jr. 227 Beatrice St. San Antonio, Texas Paul Milford Sadowsky 511 West Walnut Independence, Kansas

FIRST PLACE--- GROUP Ill

WHY I AM GLAD I ATTENDED BETHANY路PENIEL COLLEGE by Margaret Glyn McReynolds Ella May, Lady Esther, Mac, Professor Greer and Uncle Charlie are the reasons I am glad I attended Bethany-Peniel College. Actually, of course, they only represent my reasons. Ella May was my roommate in my freshman year. She, like nearly everyone else I met, was a complete stranger that first day I spent on the campus. Before many weeks passed we became almcst inseparable. Even now, years after graduation, we are like sisters. To me, Ella May represents all my college friends. These friendships were made dearer by the common interests and ambitions that had brought us from varied localities and environments to live on the campus of Bethany-Peniel College. The friendships formed in those days are neither valued lightly nor quickly forgotten. Lady Esther, as we affectionally called our matron, stands for the element of "home" at BethanyPeniel College. I was a lonely youngster an ocean away from parents when I first met Lady Esther. She immediately took me in, and I knew I had found a h::Jme again. Through the years it fell her lot to mete out discipline and advice, though many are the confidences we two shared . Perhaps Mac should appear next in this enumeration. I met him at Bethan y-Pen iel College and now he's my husband. Enough said. . Then there is Professor Greer. As my major professor he represents in my mind the faculty. As I sit in my parsonage home, separated by miles and years from Bethany-Peniel College, I am startled at the realization that many things I have "learned" are only vague memories. " Equation ," "theorem " and "formula" have a faintly foreign sound. However, mathematic classes were more than sessions spent studying algebra, trigonometry, or calculus. Never shall I forget the wise coul'\sel and patient instruction of godly professors. Many were the valuable lessons learned from their lives. The spiritual influence exerted by the college is typified in Uncle Charlie. The decision to give Christ full control of my life was influenced by his spirit of devotion and complete consecration. I shall always be indebted to my alma mater for her contribution to my spiritual life. Yes, I am glad I attended Bethany-Peniel College and trust that my children will someday enjoy that same privilege.


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TUDENT / RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 1-\AROLD

CARLISLE, Director AGUE fASiiNG LE o AYER ANO President • P" QonO ld ~oore, BAND. <A\SSIONARY President 1-\ormon, 1 \fl/eseY

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President GO SPEL iEA~ . o onnon, Wilbur ur

THE ADVERTISING SECTION OF THE

18.-][J

1950 ARROW Presents

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In

Compliments

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of

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

N.Y. P. S. lawrence, Kansas

Compliments

of

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Shawnee, Oklahoma CECIL KNIPPER$, Pastor BEST WISHES TO REV . E. E. REEP, Pastor STUDENTS FROM LAWRENCE: Miss June Robinson Miss Evelyn lmel

BETHANY -PEN IEL COLLEGE and the CLASS of 1950

Miss Frances Reep The world hos been enriched more by the poverty of its holy people than by the wealtn of its millionaires.

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Congratulations to We heartily support the program for Character,

the 1950 Graduating

Culture, and Christ.

THE ADA, OKLAHOMA CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Class from

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Apache and Alameda NORMAN, OKLAHOMA REVEREND GEREN ROBERTS S. L. Fortner, S. S. Supt. Mrs. E: E. LeCrone, w :F.M.S. President Mr. Ernest Hogan, N.Y.P.S. President Prof. Robert Fitzgerrel, Choir Director

Rev. and Mrs. Frank.McConAell Pastor and Wife

In JiGTIOn

Students pause during a busy day for chapel in the Fine Arts Auditorium.

Compliments of

Compliments of ...

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Perryton, Texas

Pastor, H. F. CREWS

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 231 West Texas St. DENISON, TEXAS Buford Burgner, Pastor

''We Make You Feel Welcome"

J. H. Ferguson, S. S. Supt. '2A8


• :oMPLIMENTS OF

!HURCH of the NAZARENE 209 East 2nd Street B0 RGER, ·y EX AS · . REV. AMOS R. MEADOR, Pastor .I'

LODEMA ARMSTRONG, N.Y.P.S. President

Compliments of FIRST

CHURCH

of the NAZARENE

HOUSTON, TEXAS

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR STUDENTS and BETHANY-PENIEL COlLEGE FOR SUCCESS IN 1950 Our Students: PEGGY GRAHAM GRACE KNOLL

REV. HAROLD KIEMEL, . Pastor


Compliments of

YUKON CHURCH of the NAZARENE In the Heart of Oklahoma To Bethany-Peniel College in the Heart of West-Central Educational Zone

TRANSPORTATION

RADIO PROGRAM EVERY SUNDAY 2:45 -

3:00 P. M. on KLPR-1140 Kc.

OTTO C. PERRY Pastor .

Compliments of

EASTSIDE CHURCH of the NAZARENE Bethany, Oklahoma

REV . J. T. GASSETT, Pastor OUR N. Y. P. S. GROUP

MARVIN GILLEY, N.Y.P.S. President VIVIAN CHAFFEE, Chorister MARSHALL STEWART, Sunday School Supt.

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Compliments of Compliments

NORTH FORT WORTH CHURCH

of

. OF THE NAZARENE

FIRST CHURCH of the

NAZARENE Ninth and ' Main Newton - - Kansas

• Earl W : Powell, Pastor Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Clegg, Pastor

• Congratulations to the GRADUATING CLASS of BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE 1949-1950

Compliments of

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Compliments of

BEULAH CHURCH of the NAZARENE

Ulysses, Kansas

REV . E. 0. WALDEN, Pastor East Harry at Greenwood Drive WICHITA, KANSAS

We Are Boosters

Congratulations to the

for

Graduating Class and ·

Bethany-Peniel College

to the Arrow Staff of 1950

. C. E. ROWLAND, Pastor


Compliments of

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE F. at ALMIRE

MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA

Greetings to

B.-P.C.

We are supporting you with:

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STUDENTS *MONE Y

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PRAYERS

REV. AND M.RS. W. R. DONALDSC

Students are welcomed to Bethany- Peniel College by faculty at a special freshman party.

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Enrolling in a Christian College! Students, new and old, wait in line to complete registration.

Compliments of

CHURCH of 路 the NAZARENE N.

Y . . P.

S.

ABERNATHY, TEXAS

D. M. DUKE Pastor

N. Y. P. S. President_ ______________ ___ __ ROXIE SMITH Sunday sc路hool Superintendent ________ VIRGIL HALFORD


Compliments of

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT NAZARENE YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY SPURGEON LYNN, District President

J. E. MOORE, JR. _________ :._ ____________ Vice-President

~OY

T. POOLE ____________________________ Secretary

CARL MOORE --- --------- - ---------------Treasurer

Front row, left to right: Fred Reedy, Spurgeon Lynn (preside! J. E. Moore, Jr. (vice-president), Roy Poole (secretary), Carl Mo• (treasurer). We are for B.-P. C. first,

Back row, left to right: A. P. Wallentine, Jacob Stands, F. Rogers, Ernest Moore, Arthur Payne.

last, and a"ll the time.

STUDENTS FROM THE SAN ANTONIO J?ISTRICT ATIENDING B.-P. C. Bobby Acord Donald Baxter Thea Birdwell Harold Carlisle Nodine Carlisle leta Moe Carlisle

Betty Clary Colvin Connell Wayman Davis Mary Jeanne Evans lilly Gearhart Betty Horter Floyd Hawkins Burl Keeton Billie Jean Latson

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Student preachers in action during Student Revival Week.

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Hazel Mortense Francis Oakes Winifred Oakes Jean Pryor Monroe Richey Claro Robinson Donna Swann Johnie Swan lois Tyler Virgil Tyler Charles Tryan lawrence Watson


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Compliments

of

SAN 'ANTONIO DISTRICT

HADLEY HALL "Our District leaders,

pastors and

laymen extend to

. District Superintendent

Bethany-Peniel College and the CLASS of 1950 our sincere best 路wishes and prayers. We are for Christian Education and our School."

Spurgeon Lynn District N.Y.P.S. Pres. Mrs. Pearl Keet_Qn District W.F.M.S. Pres.

HQt/N拢SS 1/NTIJ THE tOK/l

I. 路w. Justice District Secretary

Ivy Bohannon District Treasurer

I -a - - - ' Ministers of the San Antonio District


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FOR THE

HOME

MISSION PASTOR

Preparing to Preach JACK THOMPSON Student Pastor

' AWNEE, OKLAHOMA

SUPPOR

the ENTIRE I MARK R. MOORE

MRS. MARK R. MOORE

District Superintendent

W.F.M.S. President

RALPH JARED Pastor-~~ Above Church

"I Am Among Y

CONGRATULATIO~

NAZARENE LITERATURE HERALD OF HOLINESS

N . Y. P. S. AND VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLS

THANKSGIVING SUNDAY SCHOOL

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MESSAGE OTHERS

SENDING SU PPLIE S TO THE M ISS IO N FIELD

Preaching Holiness REV.

FLEMING PARM ER

MISSIONS

IG ~RAM

of the WHOLE CHURCH

NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA GENERAL BUDGET

DISTRICT

GIVING-EASTER AND THANKSGIVING

He That Serveth" EUG ENE SCROGGIN N.P.Y.S. President

B.-P. C. PAYING THE EDUCAT IONAL BUDGET, GERALD LOCKE TO HARRY CRADDOCK

W. D. McGRAW, JR . Church School Chairman

COLLEGE RALPH MOULTON From The Drag to the Pulpit

ANTICIPATING COLLEGE

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Com pl iments

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CHURC > H OF THE NAZARENE

N. Y. P. S. Post; Te路x as-

HONORING OUR STUDENTS

H. E. McCLAIN Pastor

EDWIN PERKINS N .Y.P.S. President

Naomi Watson, Wanda Rogers

Compliments of

-c -ENTRAL CHURCHofilieNAZARENE Haskel l at Victor

DALLAS, TEXAS Bel ievi ng in Bethany-Peniel College, its faculty mem- . 路 bers and students.

CLYDE E. AMMONS _______________ ________ Pastor

J. DUDLEY POWERS _______________ Choir Director MARLOW SAL TER __ __________ Sunday School Supt. STANLEY BENNETT _____________ N.Y.P.S. President


Compliments of

A CHRISTIAN EDUCATION PAYS

'CUSHING CHURCH of the NAZARENE

RICH DIVIDENDS!

Harrison at Maple

CUSHING, OKLAHOMA Compliments of

L H. DICKERSON, Pastor

FIRST CHURCJ:i OF THE NAZARENE

A. D. BROWN, Sunday School Supt. MRS. <CLARA DUNSMORE, W.F .M.S. Pres.

33rd and C Streets, Lincoln, Nebr.

MRS . MAXIN.E WHITE, N.Y.P.S. Pres.

WM. E. THOMPSON, Pastor

OUR STUDENTS William Stephens Denton Brown

Compliments of

FIRST CHURCH of. the NAZARENE 19th and Flint WACO, TEXAS

Compliments of

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 1214 McKenzie

CORPUS TEXAS

CHRISTl,

IVY BOHANNON, Pastor Best wishes to Bethany-Peniel College and to the CLASS OF 1950

REV. CURTIS SMITH and WIF~ 259


Compliments of

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE PAN HANDLE and TEXAS

OUR

HOOKER, OKLAHOMA

STUDE N TS

MAURICE E. TU RN ER______ __ ________ __ ___________ Pastor ADOLPH HILL ___ __ _____________ __ ___ Sunday School Supt. HAROLD W ITZKE ___________ _______________ N .Y.P. S. Supt. MRS. ONA NAGEL_____ ______ __ ______ __ ___ W.F .M.S. Pres. Left to right: MARTH A WINTERS, FAY STEARMAN, RUBY HI BARBARA BARNETT. Standing: _

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BOB YARBROUGH. .~

Not pictured: . TOM YOUNG, BETTY YARBROUGH .

Students learn first-hand the mechan ics of the N.Y.P.S. during a Christian Service Traini ng Class.

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Compliments ' of

ARKANSAS DISTRIC ,T 路 W . H. JOHNSON, District Supterintendent

N.

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H. M. CURTIS, District N . Y. P. S. President

. MRS. CARL PRENTICE, District W .

M. S. President

THE ARKANSAS DISTRICT CONGRATULATES THE

(ev. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson

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CLASS

OF

1950


Compliments

of

girst efutrck of the .cNazarene Marylan.d and Battery Straets

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

REV. I. C. MATHIS, D.D. Pastor

PROF. GILBERT RUSHFORD ___ _: ________ Music Director MRS. MARGARET POINDEXTER _______________ Pianist MR. RAY CLIFTON _______________________ Treasurer MR.

C. T: HOLLIS _________ __: _____ Sunday School Supt.

MR. A. B. BURNEY ________________ ___ Assistant Supt. MRS. I. C. MATHIS -- - ------~ ----- W.F.M.S. President MR. DEAN WILSON _______________ N.Y.P.S. President

Congratulations to the CLASS' and ARROW STAF~F

of 1950

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Compl i ments

of

THE COLLEGE 路CHURCH SER YES BOTH THE TOWN OF BETHANY AND THE COLLEGE ' . .

THE CHURCH IS INTERESTED IN YOUR

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Spiritual Standing

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Personal Problems ,

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Academic Achievement

THE REV. E. S. PHILLIPS FAMILY

LESTER DUNN Minister of Music

JACK H. LEE Director of Religious Education

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Compliments of

HOUSTON D'ISTRICT "-~

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''On a <Mighty Crusade for -Christ"

Congrotu lations to the

C LAS S 0 F 1 9 5 0

REV. V. H. LEWIS

MRS. V. H. LEWIS

Distr.icf Supt.

Dist. W.F .M .S. Pres.

R~V. JAMES HESTER

REV. RAYMOND M!=CLUNG Dist. S.S. Chairman

Dist. N.Y.P.S. Pres.

Students from the Houston District

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Compliments of

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Harrison at Forty-First

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

WE SUPPORT THE COLLEGE • WITH OUR PRAYERS

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DR. A MILTON SMITH Pastor

Minister of Christian Education HARPER L. COLE

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Music Director ________ _______________ RAY MOORE OrganisL ___ ;- _____________ MRS. ROBERT EDWARDS Sunday School Supt. ---------------VERONO LUNN President W . F. M. S. ----------_,-MRS. AL RAMQUIST President N . Y. P. S. ---------------~ FRED J. PARKER


Compliments

of /

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT GLEN JONES, DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT -

John Ellis, S. S. Chairman Advisory Board: S. W. Nesmith, District Secretary W. H. Da vis

A. L. Belcher, Dist~ict Treasurer

w.路 T.

H. D. Morrisett

Mrs. Earl Johnson, W.F.M.S . Pres. 路

Charles T. Wh itsett

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T. A. Burton, N.Y.P.S. Pres.

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Sincere Greetings from

EASTERN OKLAHOMA DISTRICT

In :A C9 TIOn!

Robert Chu ng of Korea speaks in Chapel. Students learn of missiona,ry opportunities.

Congratulations from

HUTCHINSON KANSAS FIRST 路CHURCH To 路students and Graduates of Bethany-Peniel College

N.Y.P.S. President

Pastor

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COMPLIMENTS

OF

SUNNYSIDE CHURCH of the NAZARENE Marienthal, Kansas

OUR

PAUL EDWARDS - - - - - - S. S. Supt.'

STUDEN T S

:ctured:

Not Pictured:

Lee Hillery Vivian Hillery . ll adeene McAllister

Curtis Hastings John T. West

Wilma Hillery

Compliments of

CHURtH of the NAZARENE 1008 Osage

NEODESHA, KANSAS /

KEITH C. TA YLOR ___________ ______ _______ Pastor JOHN E. DENNY ____________ Sunday School Supt. MRS. JAMES LASWELL ______ __ __ N .Y.P.S. President The church at Neodesha appreciates the splendid work being done at 路Betfiany-Peniel College, the efficient leatlership 路of our president, Dr. Roy C.antrell, and the faculty . We stand by with our prayers and finances. Student from the local church : BILL LAKEY ~

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COMPLIMENTS OF

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZAREN.E HENRYETTA, OKLAHOMA

WE ARE PROUD OF OUR STUDENTS ATTENDING BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

W. H. DAVIS . Minister

Students in Jernnigan Hall have their evening devotions.

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in the

Prayer

Chapel of Bud Robinson Hall.

Compliments of

ABILENE DISTRICT Sound in Doctrine - - - Sane in Appeal Evangelistic in Emphasi.s - - - Constructive in Character

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1950 AND BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE W. B. WALKER District Superintendent

STUDENTS FROM ABILENE DISTRICT

DISTRICT OFFICERS 0 . V. McMAHON ______________________ $ecretary-Treasurer R. B. KELLY _______ :._ ______ ____ Church School Board Chairman D. M. DUKE_ ____________ __-; _____________ N .Y.P.S. President MRS. W. R. McCLURE ________ __ __________ W.F.M.S. President MRS. H. E. McCLAIN ___________ __________ ___ Junior Director


Compliments

Compliments

of

of

· FIRST CHURCH · of the

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT·

NAZARENE

N. Y. P. S.

Broadway at Divisio.n \

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SPRINGFIELD, MO .

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BEST WISHES

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to BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE '

and the CLASS OF 1950 Rev. and Mrs. Dean Bal dwin

1!3. 10. C9.

C: A. · GREEDING, S. S. Supt.

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, MORRIS BURLISON, N.Y.P. S. Pres.

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-May the l:'ord rk hly bless B.-P. C. in th is

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mid-cen tury

Evening devotio ns

year

in Bud Robi nson Ha ll.

Compliments of

FIRST CH.U RCH of the NAZARENE ·

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Compliments

900 E; Fourth

of

PITTSBURG, KANSAS

FIRST CHURCH

L. WAYNE SEARS, Pastor

of . the CONGRATULATIONS

NAZARENE

to

A GREAT YEARBOOK 1Oth and Buchanan St.

for ;

A GREAT YEAR

TOPEKA, KANSAS

at

A GREAT COLLEGE

FbRREST W. N ASH Pastor

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Compliments of

LOU.ISIANA DISTRICT ELBERT DODD, Superintendent MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Rev. B. M. Loftin District , N .Y.P.S . Pres.

D:

* 'G. M. Akin

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Rey. V. PerJyman Cha irman, Church School Board

W . 0. Fisher

DISTRICT CAMP June 26 thru July 2

Mrs. Elbert Dodd W .F.M.S. Pres.

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DISTRICT N .Y.P.S. ENCAMPMENT June 23 thru June 26 OUR STUDENTS

.

Dr. T. M. Anderson and Rev. Pau l Garrett,. Evangelists

Dr. T. M. Anderson and Rev. Paul Garrett, Evangelists Camp located in beautiful Piney Woods on U. S. Highway 71five mi les north of ' Alexandria, La. This is an OldFashion Hol iness Camp!

OUR STUDENT PREACHERS .

Compliments of

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Ponca City, Oklahoma PASTOR

CHURCH

718 South Fourth Street

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Mc.Graw~Jr ----------

OUR STUDENT M.iss PouJ ;..,., ldil '---~----


Compliments of

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Eighth and Roose.velt

GUYMON, OKLAHOMA

BOOSTING

B.-P.

C. . THE CHURCH CO-OPERATING TOGETHER CONSECRATED TO A CAUSE DETERMINED TO DO GOD'S WILL.

G UY M OW

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"A Recreotionol Program in o Spiritual Atmosphere. "

D. Moore, Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Scroggin, E. Pierce, B. Kifer. Banquet introducing Youth, Inc.

EUGENE W. SCROGGIN The Pastor

13. -10. C9. Ill Stu dents of the Biology deportment lea rn the. harmony of sc ience a nd the Bi ble.

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Compliments

of

KANSAS DISTRIC .T

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE FINDS

KANSAS .DISTRICT FRIENDLY AND CO-OPERATIVE

RAY HANCE District Superintendent

HAROLD B. HOYT District ·N.Y.P.S. President C. E. ROWLAND

Church School Board Chairman

MRS. RAY HANCE District W.F .M.S. President Kansas students on the steps of Bresee Hall.

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Compliments of

NEBRASI(A DISTRICT L. A . ODGEN, District Superintendent REV. W. R. KETCHUM, District N.Y.P.S. President REV. J . E. McCONNELL, Qistrict Church Schools Chairman MRS. W. E. THOMPSON, District W.F.M.S. President

L.A. OGDEN

Compliments •

of

CHURCH of the NAZARENE .fifth ond Sounders Streets

HASTINGS, NEBRASKA

REV . A. A. SCHNEIDER Pastor

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In Students at

AC9TIOn

Men's Hall pause for evening devotions.

Compliments

of

901 N. W. 6t.b ST.

OKLAHOMA CITY

"THE SINGING CHURCH"

COMBINING

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EDUCATION

'AN GELISM

R. T. WILLIAMS, JR

KENNETH S. RICE

"The Singing Pastor"

Minister of Education

OUR STUDENTS AT B.-P. C. j

;Jeorge Arnold Marvin Beard 3eron Brown Jeannean Gilham loe Gray

Wesley Harmon Melvin Hatley Shural Knippers Mrs. Loyal Sipes D. Wayman Stevens Charles A. Thompson PICTURED

Helen Sarras ~une Williamson

Philip Williams Donna Jean Jones.

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ACI(NOWLEDGMENTS HAL OWEN, Photographer Oklahoma City, Oklahoma AMERICAN BEAUTY COVER COMPANY, COVERS Da lias, Texas SOUTHWESTERN STATIONERY COMPANY, PRINTING Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Just Travelin' ... Or Going Somewhere? Without some definite incentive in life, men are "just travelin'!" Most men want to obtain competence in providing for themselves and their own, saving a certain amount regularly for emergencies and future needs. Men who acquire this thrift habit are going somewhere .. . Think it over, are you going somewhere or are you just travelin'?"

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We Have Safety Deposit Boxes To Rent!

--+----First Nationai Bank of Yukon--Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation -

A Banking Institute Built On Service To The People -

1950

1892

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As Close As Your Nearest Mailb

Nazarene Publishing House 2923 Troost Ave., Box 527 Kansas City 10, Mo.

1592 Bloor St.,West Toronto, Ontario

277

102 East Colorado Pasadena 1, California


@ongratu lations and 1Best '\Vishes to the @lass of 'so

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BETHANY

Mr. F. L. Davis, Executive Vice-President


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Compliments

of

THE "路DRAG"

Serving the Students

of

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

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Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Class of '50

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF OKLAHOMA CITY


THIS STORE IS OWNED AND MANAGED by the

NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE Bibles and Testaments

Mottoes and Plaques

Books

Music

Gifts

Records

Greeting Cards

Stationery, Etc.

Church Supplies

THE BOOK SHOPPE 200 West Main

Bethany, Oklahoma

Phone 2738


HERMAN'S EAT SHOP WITH EVERY PASSING YEAR OUR APPRECIATION FOR BETHANYPENIEL COLLEGE, ITS FACULTY AND STUDENT BODY HAS INCREASED, AND IT IS OUR SINCERE DESIRE TO GIVE THEM OUR VERY BEST IN SERVICE.

HERMAN'S EAT SHOP

COLLEGE CLEANERS

Specializes in

112 E. Main

Home-Cooked Food!

BETHANY

Phone 3450

MR. and MRS. N . A. LITTLE, Owners Welcome

0 IL PRODUCTION

Students

REFINING

~

AVIATION

INDUSTRY

NATURAL GAS KEEPS INDUSTRY PROGRESSING! Natural gas is a vital material. And the gas industry is one of many doing its part to keep industry in Oklahoma expanding and progressing. At rates comparable to the lowest in any part of the world, industrial users find natural gas amazingly economical . . . especially when they consider the flexibility, speed and efficiency natural gas aftords industrial and manufacturing processes. Industrial and domestic customers alike are assured of an abundant supply of natmal gas backed by ample reserves. The natural gas industry is doing its part to assure the future development and growth of Oklahoma.

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THE

NEWS A ND STUDENT V IEWS

OF

BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE


Compliments

Congratulations to

of

CLASS OF 1950

and the ENTIRE COLLEGE

"For the finest in drycleaning for 21 years"

HARGROVE'S MAGNOLIA SERVICE UP-TO-DATE CLEANERS BETHANY, OKLAHOMA

116 S. W. Main

Phone 504 and

0 . C. COODY, Proprietor

GUTHRIE MOVING COMPANY

FOR

ALL YOUR DRUG NEEDS

WEHRENBURG DRUG We're Here To Serve You Best

102 S. E. Main

BETHANY

?A.d.

Phone 636


f9ompliments

f9ompliments of

of

DR. RALPH SHADID

DR. PAUL MACRORY

BETHANY

BETHANY

Gf Castin9 !Jmpression ~r Gf 13elter 13ethanlf

JlakiiUJ

Compliments of

MUNN RADIO AND

TELEVISION

HEADQUARTERS for MOTOROLA

• HOUSE RADIOS • CAR RADIOS • TELEVISION

COWAN PRINTING CO. 316 E. Main

Bethany 467

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of

Bethany-Peniel College from

THE BETHANY FLOWER SHOP


Gompliments of Your Friendly

T. G. & Y. STORE BETHANY

'} Weatherbird Shoes for Children

* City 1

Club Shoes for Men

* Connie

Headquarters for College Students

Shoes for Women

SAM KRAKER, Proprietor

TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES CASH REGISTERS New and Used - Fully Guaranteed Supplies - Repairs - Ribbons Type Cleaner - Rentals

ALL MAKES RENT OR SALE CONVENIENT TERMS Compliments of

We Buy, Seii and Repair All Makes and All of Our Work Is Guaranteed

STEWART'S PAINT STORE

CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES

716 S. K Main BETHANY, OKLA.

AMERICAN TYPEWRITER CO.

Larry and Retis Stewart Owners

416 N. Robinson Phone 3-7662 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

287


COMPLIMENTS OF . . .

HOAG INSURANCE AGENCY "Insure in Sure Insurance"

Boosting for B.-P. C.

PAUL HOAG

l 06 S. COLLEGE

PHONE 603


DRUGS - - SUNDRIES

SELF-SERVICE

PRESCRIPTIONS

WET WASH ROUGH DRY

• Carefully Compounded •

FINISH WORK

Compliments of

POWElL REXALL DRUG

JERRY'S WASHA TERIA 111 S. Peniel at S. E. First

126 S. W. Main

Phone 656

Phone 2895

Acme Gold Leaf Potato Chips Potato Chips The New Way With An Automatic Machine The Most Clean and Sanitary Way Established 1917'

KRAKER·'s ~~The

Quality Store"

Compliments of

"BEST WISHES TO THE COLLEGE IN THIS MID-CENTURY YEAR."

ACME POTATO CHIPS CO.

BETHANY 106 S. E. Main

1112 N. W .. 5th Phone 440

289

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OWENS' FURNITURE on

!ft5 gi/h;-gir5l G{nniver5arlj

"YOUR HOME SHOULD COME FIRST'' BETHANY 126 S. W . Main

Earl Owens, Owner

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Phone 2700


LAUNDERETTE 117 S. College Bethany, Oklahoma

WASH & DRY- RAIN OR SHINE

* TRUETONE RADIOS

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HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES DAVIS TIRES-WIZARD BATTERIES SPORTING EQUIPMENT Home-Owned and Home-Operated

. L. GIFFORD PARKHURST

"All Work and No BENDIX Makes Mrs. Housewife Gloomy."

Bethany, Oklahoma 119 S. College

Phone 733

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HOME TOWN CONCERN-

MILLWORK - PAINT - WALLPAPER - HARDWARE 309 E. MAIN

PHONE 607

ROOFING - CEMENT

BETHANY, OKLA.


"The Station That Service Built"

College Shoe Service

WASHING-GREASING-POLISHING

Announces 25 Years of

ROAD SERVICE

Quality Service

GET THE MAXIMUM FOR

TO THE STUDENTS OF B. P. C.

YOUR DOLLAR

105 S. College MILTON BATES, Prop.

ELMER MANN and JAY R. JACOBS, Owners


GREEN'S STUDIO 224 W. Main

Oklahoma Citg

"Personally, I think the 1950 ARROW is tops." -Hal Owen, Photographer.

"I have confidence in this 1950 ARROW. It will be the best yet." -Bessie Farley, Photographer.

"It's been a pleasure to have had a part in this year's production of the ARROW." -Roy Hawkins, Dark Room Tech.

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10rinting and Lithographing • Produced in a modernly equipped plant. • Where machines cast new type for every job, which means that every letter produces a clean clear, sharp impression. • Where the best of camera and plate making equipment is operated by carefully trained men who take pride in their ability to do better lithographing. • Where every order that comes to the plant is looked upon by the craftsmen as an opportunity to display their skill. • Where QUALITY pnntmg and lithographing standards are maintained.

STATIONERY

a

LAWTON

PONCA CITY

-· BANK SUPPLY

AMARILLO

• JOPLIN

WICI-IITA

AND TI-H: PRINTING DIVISION IN OKLAHOMA CITY TH~ TRAV~-TAYLOR PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHING PLANT

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STUDENT DIRECTORY ABBOTT, JACK 111 West Popular Sayre, Okla.

BAILEY, GLENN WALLACE 902 Cliff St. St. Joseph, Mo.

BERGEN , C. RICHARD 1208 S. Maple McPherson, Kans .

BONNETTE, VIRGIE KATHALEEN 302 S. Beaver Bel hany, Okla .

ABRAHAMS, ELIZABETH MAE Route 2, Box 529 Lake Charles, La .

BAILEY, JAMES PERRY Route 5

BERNSTORF, MONA MARIE

BONSER, ELSIE ARLENE 435 Hillerest Rd. San Mateo, Calif.

ACORD, BOBBY GLEN 1107 W. Elsmere San Antonio, Texas

BAIRD, BETTY LOU 407 Reynolds Ave. Poteau, Okla.

ACTON , STERLING F. Box 767 Dewar, Okla.

BAKER, MARY FRANCES 705 N . W . C St. Ardmore, Okla .

BEVILL, MARTHA LENA Route 2 Searcy, Ark.

BOWMAN, JACK OLIVER 70B Beaver Bethany, Okla.

ADAMS, DON PAUL 1220 s. 12th Mount Vernon, Ill.

BALDWIN, HOWARD EARL Star Route Palacios, Texas

BILHIMER, LOIS RUTH 920 s. 13th Kansa~ City, Kans.

BOZEMAN ,JOE H. 734 Berk ley Houston , Texas

ALEXANDER, NINA 412 E. lOth

BALDWIN, JACK, JR. 3150 Cleveland Beaumont, Texas

BILYEU, ILA GRACE 1206 Lewis St. Stillwater, Okla .

BRADFORD, AUDREY MADALINE 1014 Lowry Winfield , Kans.

Hutchinson, Kans.

ALLEN, BILLY RAY 6645 Ave. P Houston, Texas

Greenville, Texas

BALDWIN, W. J. FRANK 104 N. W. Second Bethany, Okla.

AMMEL, JOHN ALVIN

BARNES, LEE EDWIN Route 4 Perry, Okla .

Tonganoxie, Kans.

ANDERSON, JEAN 111 Moreland Ave., S. E. Atlanta, Ga.

ANDREW, J. C. B24 S. Wewoka Ave. Wewoka, Okla .

BASSETT, MILDRED MAXINE Box 372 Arnold, Neb.

ANDREW, LORA ALMA 124 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

BAXTER, BILLIE LOUISE 301 V2 N . W. Main Bethany, Okla .

ANDREWS, GEORGE D. 445 Washington Royersford , Penna .

BAXTER, DONALD RAY 301 Y2 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

ARMOLD, JACK 2935 N. W . 12th Oklahoma City, Okla .

BAYLES, GLENNIS VIRJEANE 302 N. College Bethany, Okla .

ARNOLD, GEORGE THOMAS Route 1 Seminole, Okla .

BEALS, IVAN ANSON 2730 Prospect St. Sioux City, Iowa

ARNOLD, MELVIN ERNEST Monument Kans.

BEASLEY, SUELLEN 607 N. Redman Bethany, Okla.

Monument, Kans .

ATKI~JSON, MARY FRANCES

Box 330, Rt. 2 Ardmore, Okla . ATTAWAY, CHARLES ALLEN 206 S. W . Ave., Bethany, Okla. ATTAWAY, VUREL DEAN 206 S. W . Ave., Bethany, Okla.

BIRDWELL, THEO Route 2, Box 207 Mercedes, Texas BIRDWELL, VIVIAN 300 N. E. 2nd, Box 511 Bethany, Okla. BLACK, GERALD WAYNE Box 1209 Longview, Texas

BARNETT, BARBARA DON Box 560 Hooker, Okla. BASS, DALE VERNON Dixon, Neb.

ARNOLD, WINOLA MAE

BIRDWELL, LEO E. 300 N . E. 2nd, Box 511 Bethany, Okla.

BARRON, JOHN EARL Route 2, Malvern Rd. Hot Springs, Ark.

ANDERSON, JESSE CRAWFORD 521 W. Grand Skiatook, Okla.

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BERRY, REX Route 1 Cisco, Tex.

BALDWIN, OLIVER 413 N. College Bethany, Okla.

ALSOBROOK, McRICHEY 105 S. W . First Bethany, Okla .

ANDERSON , ALICE VIRGINIA Route 2 Columbus, Kans .

Lewis, Kans.

BLANCHARD, HENRY P. 4028 Camp New Orleans, La. BLANKENSHIP, JIMMY 1031 Nelson Denison, Texas BLOODWORTH, GEORGE WALTON 619 N. W . 7th Bethany, Okla . BOHANNAN, LAVONIA LEE 208 N. College Bethany, Okla . BOHANNAN , LUTHER DOUGLAS 200 S. W. Ave. Bethany, Okla. BOHANNAN, WILLIAM MONROE Trailer Camp Bethany, Okla. BOHANNAN, WILLIAM ROBERT 20B N. College Bethany, Okla. BOHANNON , RAYMOND MICHAELL Vet. Apt. 13 Bethany, Okla .

BEARD, CHARLES MARVIN 475 Deerer Rd . Columbus, Ohio

BOHANNON, VIOLET Vet. Apt. 13 Bethany, Okla .

BEAVER, DORIS DARLENE 200 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

BOLERJACK, FRANCIS HERBERT 605 S. E. 50th Okla. City, Okla.

BECKEL, DELLA EVELYN 814 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla .

BOND, EULA MAE Route 2 Ingalls, Kans.

ATWOOD, ERNEST EDWIN Box 35 Byer, Ohio

BELL, IVA LOUISE 1105 Cave Springs El Dorado, Kans.

BABCOCK, CRYSTAL JOANN Gen. Del. Great Bend, Kans.

BENNETT, CHARLES Route 1 Emmett, Ark.

BOND, JOSEPHINE BEATRICE 2023 Texas Chickasha, Okla.

BACHER, ARCHIE 0., JR. 105 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

BENTLEY, LOUISE EUGENIA Route 2, Box 256 Holtville, Calif.

BONNETTE, ROBERT LEE 302 S. Beaver Bethany, Okla.

BOND, VELMA ARLENE Route 2 Ingalls, Kans .

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BOUNDS, WAYTASHUA ANNETTE 1501 Amerilla Wellington, Texas

BRADLEY, DONNA FAITH Haviland, Kans . BRADLEY, IVAN KEITH 424 Carrie M-cPherson, Kans. BRANDON, ALMA RUTH 127 N. Cheyenne Bartlesville, Okla. BRANDT, DEAN DELOSS 427 Chand!er Topeka, Kans . BRANNON, WILBUR W. 1119 E. 37th Pl. Tulsa , Okla . BREEDON, ESTHER REBECCA 725 Willard St. Greensboro, N. C. BREWER ,BETTIE JEANE 904 9 th N. W. Ardmore, Okla. BREWER, EUGENE FiELD Route 10, Box 356-c Fresno, Calif. BREWER, MARJORIE JOYCE 1251 Ohio St. El Paso, Texas BRIDGES, RAYMOND M . Box 435 Bethany, Okla. BRIGGS, DORETHA MAE 1211 Quincy Topeka, Kans . BRIM, BURL JOHN Route 5 Wellington, Texas BRINK, VERA ELLENE Ford, Kans. BRITTAIN, BETTIE JANE 907 Leavins St. Baytown, Texas BROWN, DENTON 1002 E. Third Cushing , Okla . BROWN , GERON LAWSON 606 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. BROWN , LECIL Route 5 Searcy, Ark. BROWN, LOTTIE JEAN Route 6, Box 629 Pine Bluff, Ark. BROWN , MARY LOU 4505 4th Ave . Sioux City, .I owa


BROWN, ROCHARD HAROLD Route 1 Grannis, Ark.

CARLISLE, LETA MAE 1108 S. Main Temple, Texas

BROWN, WALLACE LEE 201 W . Marshall Midwest City, Okla.

CARLISLE, HAROLD GOODWIN 114 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla .

BROWNING, DONNA RUTH Pocasset, Okla . BROWNING, ELIZABETH CAROL 154 Brevard Road Ashville, N. C.

CARLISLE, NADINE MURRAY 114 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

BROWNING, MOLLIE RAY 323 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. BUCHANNAN, HAROLD W . Box 74 Ava, Mo. BRYAN, RITA MARTINA Route 10, Box 167 Okla. City, Okla . BUCKLES, DELTA DARLENE Mound City, Mo. BUCKOW, NOLA DEE 1127 S. 31 st lincoln, Neb. BULLION, CLYDE ALFRED Truscott, Texas BULLOCK, FOY P. o. Bcix 624 Alto, Texas BUMPUS, JOHN WILLIAM 2509 16th w. Birmingham, Ala . BURKHART, FORD NEAL 215 W. lOth N ewton, Kans. BURNEY, MURRELL LAMERE 409 S. E. Second Bethany, Okla. BURNS, CECIL CARL 2339 E. 5th Pl . Tulsa , Okla. BURTON, BERTA FRANCIS 105 V2 E. Second Roswell, N. Mex. BURTON, BILLY JOE 105% E. Second Roswell, N . Mex. BYLER, HENRY D. Syl via, Kans. BYRD, LORRAINE 3 15 N. W . 5th Bethany, Okla.

CAROTHERS, EVELYN RUTH Box 665 Ma xwell, Neb. CARROLL, BILLY DEE Box 541 Smith Apt. Bethany, Okla. CARROLL, JOAN BROWNING Box 541 Smith Apt. Bethany, Okla . CARROLL, ROBERT Box 744 Barnsdall, Okla. CARUTHERS, HELEN RAY Putnam City, Okla . CASEY, RALPH EUGENE 312 N . 3rd Sayre, Okla. CAVANAUGH, EUHRA HARRISON 106V2 S. E. Main Bethany, Okla . CHAMBERS, HERBERT EUGENE 125 E. 12th Hutchinson, Kans. CHAMBERS, SHERREL DEAN Route 2 McCrory, Ark.

CARGILL, DELTA AUDEEN

R. R. 1 Milburn, Okla. CARGILL, VERNON JESS 715 N . College Bethany, Okla.

COBURN , THURMAN EUGENE 315 S. E. Fifth Bethany, Okla. COBLE, RITA MAE Jonesboro, Ark. COLE, MADGE Udall, Kans . COLLINS, BOBBY laird Hill, Texas COLLINS, FRANCIS CARL Vet. Apt. 16 Bethany, Okla . COMMONS, VESTA JANE 3211 N. Walnut Hutchinson, Kans . CONNELL, O' DELL CALVIN 100 N . i>eniel Bethany, Okla. CONRAD, ERNEST Rout e 2 Melrose, N. Mex. CONRAD, WILLIAM HOWARD 1400 E. 8th Coffeyville, Kans.

COOK, ALVIN BRYCE Box 334 Bethany, Okla.

CHAPMAN , PEARL ELIZABETH Box 191 Harrah, Okla.

COOK, PAULINE LOIS 317 Hobson Ave. Hot Springs, Ark.

CHENOWETH , MARY MAXINE Route 1 Woodward, Okla .

COOPER, EARNEST LEON Bethany, Okla.

CHENOWETH, MAX Smith Apt. Bethany, Okla .

CHESHIRE, GEORGE W. 208 N. College, Box 295 Bethany, Okla.

CARDEN , LEO ROBERT 603 Rogers Ave . Poteau, Okla .

COATES, SHIRLEY B10 N. Ash bury Bethany, Okla.

CHANEY, ORA R. 36th and College Bethany, Okla. CHAPMAN , NORMA LEE 201 N. Cardenas Drive Albuquerque, N. Mex.

CAMPBELL, PAULINE FLORENCE 510 Osceola Den ver 9, Colo.

CANTRELL, ALMA DEAN 220 s. 4th West Hel.e na, Ark.

COATES, OPAL FAY 6430 Myrtle Houston, Texas

COODY, RICHARD DONAVON 405 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla .

CHESHIRE, EUNICE CHAMBERS 208 College, Box 295 Bethany, Okla.

CAMPBELL, VIRGINIA MAE 403 N. Flo re nce Claremore, Okla.

COATES, LOLA MAE 6430 Myrtle Houston, Texas

CHANEY, BIRDSALL PERRY Box 529 Bethany, Okla.

CAMPBELL, BILLY LEE Greggt on , Texas

CAMPBELL, RICHARD EDWIN 403 N. Florence Claremore, Okla .

CLOUD, DENNIS DANIEL Higgins, Texas

CHINN , THEODORE M. 7700 Antioch Rd . Overland, Kans. CLARY, BETTY JANE Bo x 96 Mason , Texas CLEGG, ELSIE LORETTA 105 N. W. Second Bethany, Okla . CLEGG, EUNICE MANITA 105 N. W. Second Betha ny, Okla. CLEM, VIRG I NIA LEE 602 S. Judson Ft. Scott, Kans. CLIFFT, GOLDIE IRENE Wh eeler, Texas CLOSE, VERA PEARL 211 N. Ashbury Bethany, Okla.

COOK, BETTY JEAN Route 2 Melrose, N. Mex.

COX, JOYCE RUTH 224 E. Mosier Norman, Okla. CRAIG, CARL DENZIL 318 E. Rainbelt Meade, Kans . CRANDELL, CHARLES HENRY 601 W. Hayes El Reno, Okla. CRAVEN, ERDEN RICHARD 413 Fa in Bethany, Okla. CRAWFORD, BONNIE JO 1335 Galloway St. Dallas, Texas CRAWFORD, DONALD RICHARD 410V2 N. W . Second , Box 291 Bethany, Okla. CRAWFORD, MARGARET ELIZABETH Vet. Apt. 12 Bethany, Okla. CRAWFORD , TILLMAN AUSTIN Vet. Apt. 12 Bethany, Okla. CRENSHAW, DONALD E. 1420 Springfield Stillwater, Okla. CRIPPEN , EVA MAY 3829 N. W. 23rd Okla. City, Okla. CRISWELL, WILLIAM THOMAS Box 125 Olton, Texas CROFT, B. RUTH 1302 E. Maple En id, Okla. CROOK, WILMA LOIS 2522 Fifth Great Bend, Kans. CROSBY, WILBUR OWEN 106 S. Donald Bethany, Okla. CULLEY, OLVETTE LOUISE Route 1 Talihina , Okla.

COOPER, JOAN CAROTHERS Bethany, Okla.

CULWELL, JORDAN HAROLD 211 V2 N. College Bethany, Okla. CULWELL, THELMA GUINN 211 V2 N. College Bethany, Okla.

COPE, ANDREW BLEN, JR. Route 6, Box 79 Ft. Worth, Texas

CYPERT, ELISHA Route 3 Brownfield, Texas

COPPOCK, BONNIE RUTH 806 9th Coffeyville, Kans.

DAMEWOOD, ALICE MAE 1516 W. Fi rst Coffeyville, Kans.

CORNWELL, DONALD EDGAR Route 2, Box 110 Osborne, Kans. CORY, DON BRUCE 4108 Paseo Kansas City, Mo.

DANIELS, HELEN MARIE 911 N . F St. Well ington, Kans. DANNER, RICHARD EARL 2942 Arlington Evansvi ll e, Ind.

CORY, LYNN EDWARD 300 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla.

DANSKIN, DONALD R. 123 N. Redmo nd Betha ny, Okla.

COSTON, DORIS DEAN Route 2 Frederick, Okla.

DAVENPORT, MANUEL 708 N. Cooper Colorado Springs, Colo.

COTTAM, TED WOODWARD 206 S. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

DAVIDSON, PATTY RUTH 421 N. E. Main Bethany, Okla .

COURTNEY, MIKE O'DELL 1013 N. W . J St. Miami, Okla.

DAVIS, DELLA MARIE 1015 s. 29th Omaha , Neb.

COX, BETTY JOLENE 224 E. Mosier Norman, Okla.

DAVIS, FLOYD CARLTON 3539 Garfield Kansas City, Mo.

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DAVIS, LUEllA LORRAINE 146 E. Oat Drumright, Okla.

DRAPER, BILL DENSON Box 133 Queen City, Texas

EVERHART, BONNIE RUTH 1510 Ave. A Dodge City, Kans.

FRY, GILBERT RAYMOND Vet. Apt. 19 Bethany, Okla.

DAVIS, MARGERY EDITH 3539 Garfield Kansas City, Ma.

DRYE, JONAH TITUS Box 32 Bethany, Okla.

EVERHART, FLOYD CURRAN Bethany, Okla.

FULTON, WANDA MAE 305 S. E. 45th Okla. City, Okla.

DAVIS, THURMAN FRED 312 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

DUDNEY, BENNETT LANDER 724 N . Donald Bethany, Okla.

DAVIS, WARREN LAVERNE 212 S. Asbury Bethany, Okla. DAVIS, WAYMAN FONTAINE Box 74 Pearl , Texas DAWSON, MRS. R. M . 510 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. DEAN, DONALD GLENN Route 3 Howard, Kans. DelONG, CAROLYN JANE 5514 Crestwood Drive Kansas City, Mo. DelONG, MARILYN LOU 5514 Crestwood Drive Kansas City, Mo. DENNIS, LUTHER MADISON 100 N. Peni el Bethany, Okla. DICK, KENNETH EUGENE · 1012 E. Haskell Pl. Tulsa , Okla. DICKERMAN, ALVIS 404 S. Boston Stafford, Kans. DIFFEE, JOE THOMAS 1623 W. 23rd little Rock, Ark. DILLARD, CARL ALVIN 105 S. W . First Bethany, Okla. DILLARD, WILMA FERN 105 S. W. First Bethany, Okla. DIMOND, MINNIE BLANCHE 211 N. College Bethany, Okla. DODSON, GLENN LEE 1501 S. Sh eldon El Dorado, Kans . DODSON, WILBUR TAYLOR 216 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

DUNN, HARRIETTE FRANCES 318 E. 7th Hastings, Neb. DUNCAN, JOHN 203 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla . DUNGAN, PATTY ROSE 325 S. Oak Ponca City, Okla. DUNBAR, JOSEPH CLEVE 303 ¥2 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. DURHAM, VIDA ELLEN Route 2 Udall, Kans. EASON, HAROLD RAY Box 15, Rt. 2 Grand Saline, Texas EASON, OLA FERN Box 15, Rt. 2 Grand Saline, Texas EASTMAN, WANDA LORRAINE Box 351 Cimarron, Kans .

EATON, WILDA ILENE Palco, Kans. EDWARDS, HAROLD WAYNE 410 Oak Ave. Duncan, Okla. EDWARDS, HELEN ELIZABETH 6630 Park Kansas City, ~flo . ELAM, FEALON B. 807 N. Willow Bethany, Okla. ELKINS, KATHRYN LOUISE Granby, Mo. ELLIS, NORMA LAREE 1106 W . Main Henryetta, Okla. EMMERT, ISACC ERVIN 113 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

DOOLY, GERALDINE Bethany, Okla.

EMMERT, JOHN WESLEY 506 N. College Bethany, Okla. EMMERT, MARY RUTH Box 161 Atlanta , Texas

DOROUGH, JAMIL D. 410¥2 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

EMMERT, THURMAN EARL 113 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

DORRIS, ROBERT WARD 305 N. W . First Bethany, Okla.

EMRICH, ROBERT LEE Miltonvale, Kans. ENGLE, RUTH 427 Park Dr. Norman, Okla. ETHRIDGE, JERRIE Kilgore, Texas EVANS, GERALDEAN LUCILLE 5940 N . W. 40th Bethany, Okla.

DOLE, W. DWIGHT 3554 Howard Omaha, Neb.

DOUGHARTY, NELL TAYLOR 116 S. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla . DOUGHARTY, PAT 116 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. DOUGHARTY, WILBURN THOMAS 116 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla . DOWNS, CHARLES RALPH 315 E. Northern Crowley, La .

EVANS, MARY JEANNE 867 N. Sam Houston Blvd. San Benito, Texas EVANS, MARY JESSIE 5940 N. W . 40th Bethany, Okla.

FALES, HERMAN S. 203 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. FARR, AUDREY LEE 1232 w. 6th Texarkana, Texas

FUNK, ROBERT, JR. Hennessey, Okla. GANDY, WINDOL JEROME 1201 link St. Orange, Texas

FECHNER, CHARLOTTE ANN Route 3 Shattuck, Okla.

GARBER, BillY GENE Route 2 Galena, Kans.

FECHNER, JOHN CHARLES 533 N. W. 8th Bethany, Okla.

GARBER, BUDDY JOE 421 V2 N. E. Main Bethany, Okla.

FERRAEZ, FERNANDO Vet. Apt. 9 Bethany, Okla . FERRAEZ, FRANCES Vet. Apt. 9 Bethany, Okla. FETTERS, BOB R. 311 W . Second Watonga, Okla. FIELDS, ROWENA MAYE 4216 Clavendon Dr. Dallas, Texas FITZGERALD, ROBERT BRUCE 7210 N. W. 39th Bethany, Okla. FLETCHER, ALBERTA MARIE 1417 Rains St. Jonesboro, Ark. FLETCHER, BillY JOE 117¥2 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. FOSTER, BONNIE INEZ Cleo Springs, Okla. FOX, IMOGENE JOYCE Althmeimer, Ark. FOXWORTHY, HERBERT HAROLD 257 Richmond Ave. Richmond, Ind. FRANCE ,KATHERINE JEAN 337 Front Ave. S. E. New Philadelphia, Ohio FRANCIS, RUBY LEE 321 s. 7th Bethany, Okla.

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FRANK, MARCHETA JUNE 205 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla. FRANKLIN, ANITA 108 Colonial Circle Marietta, Ga. FRANKLIN, ROBERT E. L. 406 N. Washington Hobart, Okla . FREEBURG, SIDNEY GORDON Box 216 La Junta, Colo. FREEMAN, DARRELL DEAN 5107 Goodwin Dallas, Texas FREEMAN, DOROTHY Route 3, Box 442 Okla. City, Okla. FREY, ALDINA DOROTHEA 1203 N. High Newton, Kans. FREY, KENNETH OLIN Vet. Hut 6 Bethany, Okla. FREY, _VERNA EILEEN Vet. Hut 6 Bethany, Okla.

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GARBER, GLENNA DELL 421 % N. E. Main Bethany, Okla. GARBER, THOMAS RAYMOND Route 2 Galena, Kans. GARDNER, JOHN B. 404 E. Kansas Meade, Kans. GARRISON, LILLIAN OPAL 214 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. GARSEE, JARRELL WILLIS Noble, Okla. GATLIN, W. D. 217 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. GEARHART, LillY LENORA Box 1172 McAllen, Texas GEORGE, BILL J. 410 East B. Waurika, Okla. GEURIN, CARL 3030 s. w. 11th Okla. City, Okla. GERING, LEONARD L. Route 3 Kingman, Kans . GHOLSON, LAWRENCE W. Vet. Apt. 3 Bethany Okla. GHOLSON, LOIS Vet. Apt. 3 Bethany, Okla. GILBERT, RONALD E. 119% S. College Bethany, Okla. GILHAM, THOMAS F. I06V2 S. E. Amin Bethany, Okla. GILL, MARY FRANCES 212 S. College Bethany, Okla. GillEY, MARVIN G. 605 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. GILLEY, VERA LORENE 605 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. GILLHAM, JEANNEAN 715 Edgemore Ave. Blackwell, Okla. GLADMAN, DOROTHY JEAN 4428 Harrison Kansas City, Mo. GLEASON, JEWEL MONROE West 7th St. Kingman, Kans.

GOEN, DONALD L. 311 N . W. 3rd Bethany, Okla.


GOEN, IVA DARLENE 311 N . W. 3rd Bethany, Okla.

HALE, JOHN HARDY 506 N. College Bethany, Okla.

HAWKINS, FLOYD EDWARD 17 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

HOFFPAUIR, LARRY JIMMIE 309 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

GOFF, JUNIOR EDWARD Route 5, Box 7 Bristow, Okla.

HALE, JUNE ARLYS Smith Apt. 10 Betha_ny, Okla.

HAYNES, FAY CAROL 307 N. W. Fifth Bethany, Okla.

HOFFPAUIR, WILMA DEAN 717 Den Mouton Lafayette, La .

GOLIGHTLY, B. F. Box 224

HALE, ROBERT WALLACE S. 508 N. College Bethany, Okla.

HEAP, HARLAN VICTOR 208 N. College Bethany, Okla. HEIDEBRECHT, ALLEN B. Vet. Apt. 20 Bethany, Okla.

HOGAN, EMMA JEAN 2100 w. 24th Pine Bluff, Ark .

HEIDEBRECHT, JOHNNY W. 2337 S. W. 34th Corn, Okla.

HOLLIS, ALICE JEWEL 3224 w. 8th Little Rock, Ark.

HEMBREE, MARY LOUISE 815 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

HOMER, DOROTHY MAE 113 S. Donald Bethany, Okla. HOOVER, DANIEL CORNELIUS 208 S. Asbury Bethany, Okla. HOPKINS, LENA EVELENE 412 E. 8th Chandler, Okla.

Me lean, Texes

GOODSON, DELORIS MARIE Box 110 Wichita 2, Kans.

HALL, EDWARD JAMES Route 4 Muldrow, Okla.

GORE, MARILYN ANN 3300 Council Rd . Okla. City, Okla.

HALL, GEORGE DAVID c/o Rev. Garsee Noble, Okla. HALTOM, VIRGINIA RUTH 315 E. Monroe Jonesboro, Ark. HAMMAN, RONNIE EARL 3625 N. W. 20th Okla. City, Okla. HAMMERSTROM, LeROY PHILIP 4111 Corby St. Omaha, Neb.

GRAHAM, PEGGY ANNE 1507 w. 26th Houston, Texas

GRANGE, ROBERTA BERYL 716 Buchanan Topeka, Kans. GRANT, DWIGHT LARRY Box 13 Melrose, N. Mex. GRANT, WYATT, DWAIN Box 13 Melrose, N. Mex. GRAY, JOHN WHITSETT 44300 N. Barnes Okla. City, Okla. GRAY, ROBERT LOU IS 763 E. 246th Wilmington, Calif. GREEN, IRMA YVONNE R. R. 3 Augusta, Kans. GREEN, MARIE TOINETTE 718 Willow Bethany, Okla. GRIMES, THELMA DELORIS 9th St. and Bowie Ave. Crockett, Texas GROUT, DEAN 107 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. GROUT, ROBERT A. Vet. Hut 11 Bethany, Okla . GRUNDY, PAUL 312 N. College Bethany, Okla. GUNN, GORDON CARL Box 144 Cement, Okla. GUYETT, LEROY DAVID 3828 8th Kansas City, Mo. GUYETT, RALPH WILLIAM 3828 8th Kansas City, Mo. HAGAN, ZOLA MAE Box 124 Cordell, Okla. HAINEY, MERYLE NEWSOM 611 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. HAKES, ROBERT EARL 112 N. W. Third Bethany, Okla . HALE, DeJUANA LOU 508 N. College Bethany, Okla . HALE, ELWOOD C. 119% S. College Bethany, Okla. HALE, HELEN RUTH 19:;!0 E. Main Shawnee, Okla.

HEMBREE, IRENE 815 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. HENDERSON, WILLARD NOEL 3019 Dick Taylor Monroe, La.

HAMPTON, CHARLOTTE 1110 Memorial Dr. S. E. Atlanta, Ga. HARDIN, DEWEY MELVIN 927 Maple Muskogee, Okla.

HENDRICKSON, ROBERT M., JR. 1314 N. Monroe Topeka, Kans.

HARGROVE, MABLENE Batesville, Ark.

HENTHORN, BOB DEAN 810 E. Birch Enid, Okla. HERREN, HILLIS EDGAR 1407 W . Cherry Nevada, Mo.

HENRY, PEGGY LOUISE 601 w. 12th Ada, Okla.

HARMON, WESLEY LEE 1326 s. w. 20th Okla . City, Okla. HARPER, ALVIN ALEXANDER 308 N. W. Second Bethany, Okla.

HERREN, RUTH MAE 1407 W. Cherry Nevada, Mo. HERRICK, JAMES LOUIS Farmington, N. Mex.

HARPER, MARTHA BELLE Kirwin, Kans.

HARPER, PAUL FRANKLIN

HESS, JOSEPH LEONARD Vet. Hut 18, Box 12J Bethany, Okla. HES, MARCIA JEWEL Vet Hut. 18, Box 321 Bethany, Okla. HICKEY, LENA MAE 50th and Asbury Bethany, Okla.

Kirwin, Kans.

HARRELL, CHARLES RAND 2323 w. 12th Little Rock, Ark. HARRIS, EUNICE VASHTIE 116 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. HARRIS, HUBERT RANDOLPH Vet. Unit 1 Bethany, Okla. HARRIS, JO ANN 114 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla.

HICKS, DONALD EUGENE 1512 Filkial Ave. Mon roe, La .

HICKS, JOHN ARLIN 4140 N . W. 16th Okla . City, Okla. HILL, HELEN HEARN 403 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. HILL, PAULINE ANNIS 311 s. 4th Ponca City, Okla. HILL, RUBY ODESSA Box 146 Hooker, Okla.

HARRIS, NORMA JEAN 704 N. College Bethany, Okla. HARRISON, CHARLES RAY Route 1, Box 20 Mabel Vale, Ark. HARROD, VANITA CAROL Route 1 Olton , Texas HARTER, BETTY JEAN 615 N. 6th McAllen, Texas HARVEY, RAYMOND C. 511 N. W. 6th Bethany, Okla. HASTINGS, BETTY JEAN Box 26 Cheney, Kans .

HILLERY, HENRY LEE Russell Springs, Kans. HILLERY, VIVIAN LUCILLE Russell Springs, Kans.

HASTINGS, CURTIS DAVID Box 26 Cheney, Kans. HATLEY, MELVIN 410 N. W. Second Bethany, Okla.

HOPKINS, PHYLLIS GAIL Udall, Kans. HORTON. KENNETH DONALD 309 V, N . Donald Bethany, Okla. HORTON, MARIE KN IGHT 309V2 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. HOSTETLER, NAOMI MAE 1610 E. 8th Hutchinson, Kans. HOWERTON, JOANNA LOU 301 S. Donald Bethany, Okla. HOWERTON, NORMAN MASON 301 S. Donald Bethany, Okla. HOWLAND, ERNEST WAYNE 417 S. W . 3rd Bethany, Okla. HUDDLESTON, CORA NELL Route 1 Ramhurst, Ga. HUDSON, BILL J. Bethany, Okla. HUDSON, RUTH MARIE Good, Mo. HUFF, JOHN W . Vet. Hut 4 B; thany, Okla. HUFF,ROBERT F. 303 V, N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. HYDE, ERDENE CLEGG Box 18 Lorenzo, Texas

IMEL, EVELYN JEAN 2200 Ohio lawrence, Kans.

INGRAM, DIXIE NELL 508 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. INGRAM, TED Route 1 McAlester, Okla.

HILLERY, W ILMA FAY Russell Springs, Kans.

ISAACS, HERBERT WILBUS 117 S. College Bethany, Okla.

HOBEL, LEE ELDON 503 7th Ave. Cedar Springs Kan.

ISAACS, MILDRED LUCILLE 117 S. College Bethany, Okla.

HODGES, RALPH RAYMOND 5500 Lamar

ISAACS, RALEIGH HAMLIN 119 S. College Bethany, Okla.

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HOLMAN, JAMES EDSEL Route 1, Box 75 Merigold, Miss.


JACK, ZELMA KATHERINE 306 S. Donald Bethany, Okla . JACKSON, JAMES P. 4000 N. W. 34th Bethany, Okla. JAMESON, PHYLLIS JUANITA Route 2 Geary, Okla . JAMISON, MARION MERLE 729 w. 17th Hutchinson, Kans .

JENKINS, LUTHER LEON 3903 Enson Avenue Columbia, S. C. JOHNSON, ARCHIE RUDOLPH 403 N. Peni el Bethany, Okla. JOHNSON, GARLAND THADIOUS 503 s. 17th Frederick, Okla. JOHNSON, IDA PAULINE 309 E. Ayers Edmond , Okla. JOHNSON, ROY PAUL 603 N. 4th Durant, Okla. JOHNSON, WILLIAM WAYNE 1103 Birch St. Sweetwater, Texas

JOHNSTON, DON DWIGHT Box 893 Soco rro, N . Mex. JOHNSTON, RAYMOND MILLBURN Box 274 Bethany, Okla. JOINER, HAL BURNEY Route 3, Box 175 Lake Charles, La. JONES, DONNA JEAN 921 N. W . 6th Okla. City, Okla. JONES, ELIZABETH ANN (BETTY) 1403 E. 77th Kansas City, Mo. JONES, JOAN 6300 N. W. 22nd Okla. City, Okla. JONES, LULA BESS 248 S. W. Ave . C. Hamlin, Texas JONES, ORVILLE E. (PECK) 217 Monroe Clarksdale, Miss. JONES, RICHARD ANDREW Route 3 Hutchinson, Kans.

JONES, SALLY 1403 E. 77th Kansas City, Mo. JOYCE, NAOMI RUTH Route 1 Pleasanton, Kans . KEDY, CHARLES ALBERT 509 N . W. 5th Bethany, Okla. KEEFE, JOHN HORACE 700 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. KEETON, BURL 2902 Lenita St. Corpus Christi, Texas KELSO, MARY LOU Route 1 Lone Tree, Iowa

KEMENDO, FRANK 400 W . Central Fairview, Okla.

KERSTEN, EDITH MARGARET Percival, Iowa

KERSTEN , MYRON J. Percival, Iowa KESNER, NORMA JOYCE Barnsdall, Okla. KETCHUM, BETTY JANE 406 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla. KIFER, NEVA ZOE 323 Miller Stillwater, Okla.

LAMBERT, MADIE RAYE Box 971 Vivian, la.

LITTLE, WALTER LEWIS 901 N . Harris Tyler, Texas

LAMBERT, TERRY K. 207 Bizzet Bryan, Texas

LOCKE, JERALD 105 s. 1st Bethany, Okla.

LANDTROOP, JEWEL LEE Box 31 Floyd, N. M. LANGFORD, BECKY ZULA MUSE Vet. Apt. 5 Bethany, Okla.

LONG, CLARA MAE Box 164 Granby, Texas

LANGFORD, BONNIE CHRISTELLE 1307 W . 22nd Tulsa, Okla.

KING, ANNA NELL 1008 Hickory Sweetwater, Texas

LANGFORD, CHARLES CLAYTON Vet. Apt. 5 Bethany, Okla.

KING, EARL GENE 105 s. w. 1st Bethany, Okla. KING, FLORENCE VIRGINIA Box 255 Zylks, La . KIRBY, DORSEY RAYMOND 3618 Cael Kansas City, Mo.

LANHAM, DELBERT GEORGE Route 4 Woodward , Okla. LATSON, BILLIE JEAN 1112 W. Harris San Angelo, Texas LAWRENCE, EDDRA .FERNE 128 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. LEACH, THURMAN LEE Cameron, N . M.

KIRBY GLEN OTTIS 3'6l!i Camel Kansas City, Mo. KISER, F. D. 420 S. E. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

LEE, JACK HEWITT 307 N. College Bethany, Okla.

KLEIN, OHREN ARRON Route 1 Wellston, Okla. KLEMME, KENNETH ALLEN 1229 N . 11th Enid, Okla. KNIGHT, JOHN ALLEN 220 E. Palm Dr. lakeland, Fla .

LEE, OUIDA WALDROP 307 N. College Bethany, Okla. LEE, RUTHIE ARIMENTA Box 1122 Brownfield, Texas lEFFEL, BOB LEROY Route 2 Hutchinson, Kans.

KNIPPERS, DAVID HAROLD 420 Lawrence St.

LEGE', CALVIN MAURICE Route 2 Crawly, La. LEHMAN, HOWARD WAYNE 3701 Nichols Oklahoma City, Okla.

Lawrenceburg, Tenn.

KNIPPERS, SHURAL 108 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. KNOLL, GRACE LYNN 1327 w. 21st Houston, Texas

LEHMAN, JOY DEE ELLEN 119V, S. College Bethany, Okla .

KNOX, SIDNEY C. 101 Vernon lubbock, Texas KOUNTER, IVAN, JR. 104 S. Donald Bethany, Okla. KRIEIE, NEVA JO Sylvia, Kans. KREY, PATRICIA LOUISE Route 2 Great Bend, Kans.

LEHMAN , LEO DEAN 119V, S. College Bethany, Okla. LEMAY, MORA JANE Route 5, Box 13 Siloam Springs, Ark . LEMMONS, ROY JAMES 110 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. LESTER, HOWARD MONROE 124 N. Peniel Bethany, Oklo)

KRIGBAUM, NAOMI ELSIE Box 733 Bartlesville, Okla .

LESTER, ONETA RHODES 124 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

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

LEWIS, BILL WAITE 104 N. E. 34rd Bethany, Okla.

KRUSE, MARIE HALFORD 503 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. LAKEY, BILL JOHN 603 N . 7th Neodesha, Kans . LAMB, ALICE Route 3 Elkhart, Kans. LAMB, WOODROW W . Route 3 Elkhart, Kans.

LIGHT, DOLLENE LaVEDA Route 10, Box 193 Oklahoma City, Okla. LINDSEY, MARY ELIZABETH . 1007 N . State Caney, Kans. LITTLE, ARTHUR DURMAN Trailer Camp 1 Bethany, Okla.

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LONG, FRANCES MARIE 4208 Pine Greenville, Texas LOUGHRIDGE, WILLIAM HAROLD Route 1, Box 106 Wister, Okla. LOWE, JACK BERTRAM 509 W . Elm Prescott, Ark. LUMLEY, MARVIN MARIS Vet. Hut 15 Bethany, Okla. LUMLEY, MARY BELLE Vet. Hut 15 Bethany, Okla. LUNA, PEDRO B. 5707 N. W. 41st Oklahoma City, Okla. LUNSFORD, HAZEL LORENE 710 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. LANSFORD, TOMMY JOE 710 N . Asbury Bethany, Okla. LUTHER, Mary Frances Box 107 Many, La . LYNCH , RUBY E. Route 2 Beebe, Ark. McALLASTER, ILLADEENE GRACE Tribune, Kans. McBURNETT, ROBERT C. , 911 E. Burkett Sherman, Texas

McCALEB, DON 815 S. Jefferson Enid, Okla. McCAULLA, JAMES RUSSELL 402 Y2 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. McCLAFLIN, ELMER DALE 106 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla. McCLAFLIN, GERALDINE MARIE 106 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla. McCLELLAN, JOHN LOUIS 531 Twiss Topeka , Kans. McCLELLAND, ROBERT FRANKLIN 210 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. McCOLLOUGH, JAMES ALBERT 612 N. Woodland Beloit, Kans. McCOMBS, EDNA NADINE Vet. Unit 14 Bethany, Okla. McCOMBS, FULLER OWEN Vet. Unit 14 Bethany, Okla. McCOY, LAWRENCE W . 113 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. McCREERY, MILTON LEVERT 302 S. Beaver Bethany, Okla.


McCULLOUGH, PATRICIA LEE 730 Kensington Kansas City, Mo.

MIDDLETON, REBA JOAN 510 S. Oak St. Holdenville, Okla .

MORRIS, RENA MAXINE 208 9th E. St. Cisco, Texas

OWENS, LA DONNA RUTH 309 N . Wh eele r Bethan y, Okla .

McCURTER, BETTY LOU Mald en, Mo.

MIDDLETON, JAMES ALLEN 513 N . Wheeler Bethany, Okla .

MORTENSEN, HAZEL MARIE Te xas Agri. Exp. Station Winter Haven, Texas

PADEN , MARY JEAN 3558 N. 59th Omaha , N eb.

MILBURN, CHARLES LEROY 213 N . Wheeler Bethany, Okla .

MOULTON, RALPH l. Cherokee, Okla .

PAGAN , KEITH AREATUS R.R. 2, Box 29 St roud, Ok la.

McFARLAND, BETTY ESTHER Route 3, Box 120 Elk City, Okla . McGINTY, BOBBY DWIGHT 119Y2 N . Asbury Bethany, Okla. McGINTY, DANIEL DAYNE 119% N . Asbury Bethan y, Okla. McHUIN, ANNE 210 N . Donald Bethany, Okla . MciNNIS, JETTA MAE 2507 Ohsfeldt Houston, Texas McKEll! PS, DALLAS A. Vet. Apt. 17 Bethany, Okla . McPHERSON, THELMA JUANITA 401 S. Alleghany El Do rado, Kans . MADDUX, MAYNARD LEE N . Star Rout e laki n, Kans. MAIDEN, HAROLD LORRAINE Cassvi l le, Wis .

MYERS, DORIS ELIZABETH 4144 Euclid Kansas City, Mo. 路

MILLER, _WENDELL 201 N . Donald Bethany, Okla .

NEAL, MARY FRANCES 610 N. Donald Bethany, Okla .

MITCHELL, WILLIAM Route 1

NEAL, MORRIS LEO 207 N . Pen iel Bethany, Okla .

Haven, Kans.

MANNING, MINNIE LOU 2504 Filmo re Wich ita Falls, Texas

MOON, WILMA MARIE 101 N . Asbury Bethany, Okla.

MANWARREN, EVANGELINE Rout e 3

MOORE, DARRELL P. 1009 Main Delta, Colo.

MARTIN, DON ELLEN 301 S. College Bethany, Okla.

MOORE, DONALD CHAPMAN 108 N . Co ll ege Bethany, Okla .

MARTIN, JUD ITH ANN 215 N . Donald Bethany, Okla .

MOORE, DONNA 1009 Ma i n Delta, Colo.

MARTIN, LEAH 301 S. College Bethany, Okla .

MOORE, FRANKIE 3740 Ogden

MARTIN , LINDELL 115 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla .

MOORE, GENE AUSTIN Box 432 Wellington, Te xas

MARTIN, MARY LOU Box 875 Erick, Okla .

MOORE, JAMES VERNON 119 N . Redmond Bet hany, Okla.

MARTIN, TOMIE STANDLEY 112 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla .

MOORE, MARY FRANCES 119 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla .

MASON, LEWIS ALEXANDER 110 S. Donald Bethany, Okla .

MOORE, MYRTLE LORRAINE Hill City, Kans.

MEWES, EVELYN LENORA Box 190 Fai rbury, Neb.

MUSGROVE, AARON JASON, JR. Route 5, Box 634 Oklahoma City, Okla.

MILLER, RUTH COSTANCE Box 444, Port of Spa i n, Trin idad, B. W. I.

MOON, FRED MAURICE 101 N . Asbury Bethany, Okla .

MEALS, ROBERT W . Route 3, Box 442 Oklahoma City, Okla . MEEK, HOWARD D. 4645 N . W . 39th Bethany, Okla.

MUSE, ETTIE MARY Delmer, Ky.

MILLER, MARY MOFFAT Box 444, Port of Spain, Trinidad , B. W . I.

MANN, STEPHEN WALTER 707 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla .

MAYS, WILLIAM F. Route 3 Mansfield, Mo.

MURRAY, MODENA Route 1 Tahoka , Texas

MILLER, PAULINE ELEANOR 201 N . Donald Bethany, Okla .

MANERING, ESTHER (GERRY) McDo nough , Ga.

MAYO, SEAMAN ALVIN Route 1, Box 198 lake Charles, La.

MURPHY, WOODROW WILSON 110 N . Donald Bethany, Okla .

MILLER, BERNIECE IRENE 807 w. 4th Stillwater, Okla .

MIYANISHI, BARBARA HISAKO 513 Kaiwiula St. Honolulu, T. Hawa ii

Lyons, Kans .

MULLINS, GEORGE C., JR. 210 N. Penie l Bethany, Okla.

MILBURN, MARY LU 213 N . Wheel er Bethany, Okla .

NELSON, CHARLES EDWARD 122 N. C St. Rogers, Ark . NELSON, DAISY MARIE 9 N . W. Ave. C Belle Glade, Fla . NEWCOMB, DON WILLIAM 116% N . Colleg e Bethany, Okla . NEWMAN, JUNE Route 4, Box 411 Joplin, Mo. NEWMAN, SHIRLEY EILEEN Route 4, Box 411 Joplin, Mo. NICHOLS, VESTAL OTHO 813 N. Peniel Bet hany, Okla . NORED, LOLA GERALDINE 504 Rogers Ave. Poteau, Okla .

Beaumont, Texas

OAKES, FRANCIS DONALD Box 1767 San Benito, Tex as

OAKES, WINIFRED RIND Box 1767 San Benito, Texas

MOORE, TIBBELLEEN SULLIVAN 108 N . College Bethany, Okla . MOORE, WILLIAM GOODWIN 506 N . College Bethany, Okla . MOORMAN, NORA EVELEN 210 N . Bueller Bethany, Okla. MORGAN, LUCILLE, LEA 3316 Hamilton St. El Paso, Texas MORGAN, MERRILL MARVIN Box 502 Bethany, Okla . MORGAN, MYRA FLOYDENE Caddo, Okla .

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PALMER, CARMON CHARLES Box 52 Sallisaw, Okla . PALMER, JAMES ELMOUS 2324 West Bow Ty ler, Texas PARDUE, JAMES W ILEY 313 N . W . 3rd Bethany, Okla . PARKER, CLARENCE MONROE 623 w. 19th Ad a, O kl a. PARKHURST, MILDRED CHARLOTTE 1824 5t h Woodward , Okla . PARSONS, VERLIN KEITH Route 2 Miltonvale, Kans. PATTON , B. A ., JR. 913 lawrence Terrell , Te xas PAYNE, ROBERT CLIFTON 509 N. W . Main Bethany, Okla . PEARSON , NORMAN LEE 525 Cedar Yukon , Okla . PERRYMAN , J. E. , JR. 210 N. Dona ld Bethany, Ok la. PETERS, HELEN JOSEPHINE 542 N . Monroe Decatur, Ill. PETTY, MARGARET Star Route Clovis, N. M. PHILO, DAVID HEWITT 110 N . Coll ege Bethan y, Okla . PIERCE, DOUGLAS F. N . W . 34th Oklahoma City, Okla. PIERCE, HAZEL MARIE Geary, Okla. PIERCE, JAMES W . Capitan , N. M . PIERCE, MELVIN LEROY Route 1 Mclean, Texa s

O ' HARA, MARTHA 3017 Henry Greenvi lle, Texas

PINCOMB, JAMES BRYCE 550 W . Will iamette Colorado Springs, Colo.

OLDS, LOTTIE ELIZABETH Box 115 Countyline, Okla. OLDS, OLIVE VIOLA Box 15 Countyline, Okla . OLIVER, LAWRENCE RALPH 315 w. 8th Newton, Kans. OSHIRO, ALICE TERUYO 106 Kaili St . Honolulu, Hawaii OWENS, ALFRED EYVIND Star Route Gage, Okla . OWENS, DONALD DEAN Route 1, Box 42 Oronogo, Mo.

PINKSTON , ALMA JANE Broadview, N . M . PINKSTON, BETTY RUTH Broadview, N. M. PLEMONS, LUTHER EUGENE 107 S. Asbury Bethany, Okla . PLYMALE, GARVIN VANCE Fowler, Kans .

POGUE, WILLIAM J. Bethany, Okla. POOL, DEAN CLYDE 115 Guernsey Ave . Columbus, Ohio PORTER, CHANCEY WILLIAM 6926 Ave . 0 Houston, Te xas


POSEY, Elll S llOYD 1206 s. 11th Mena , Ark.

RHODES, WINIFRED (SKEET) Box 375 Abernathy, Te xas

RUARK, ESTHER LANYON 3025 Pearl Joplin , Mo .

SHARPTON, WENDEll AQUillA Box 111 Collinsville, Okla .

POST, GENE lEROY 422 W . 4th Grand Island , Ne b.

RHODES, WANDA MAE 711 S. Vassar Albuquerque, N. M.

RUBlE, WARREN D. 3937 N. W . 12th Oklahoma City, Okla .

SHEPARD, WlllETA FAYE Route 1 Helena, Okla.

POTTS, TROY C. 2930 s. w. 11th Oklahoma City, Okla .

RHODES, WOODIE lEE 711 S. Vassar Albuquerque, N. M.

RUNYON, BETTY POWERS 109 N. W. Second Bethany, Okla.

SHIPPY, HARlAN H.

POWEll, GRACIE lEE 906 S. Jackson

RICHARDSON, SARA GRACE 1602 Schaer St. North little Rock, Ark.

RUNYON, FRANCIS MAURICE 109 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla.

POWEll, MARY EllEN 227 E. lOth Newton , Kans .

RICHARDSON , JOAN HElEN 1211 N. Wfnstcn Tulsa, Okla.

RUSHING, MARION DEllA Box 32, Mansfield Apts. Bethany, Okla .

POWERS, RICHMOND WADE 2640 8th Port Arthur, Texas

RICHEY, MONROE WilliAM 214 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla .

RUSHING, UlYSSES S. Box 32, Mansfield Apts. Bethany, Okla .

PRENTICE, DEANE GENEllE 535 Russell Ave . El Dorado, Ark.

RIDDlE, JOAN 303 N. W. lst Bethany, Okla.

SAlMON, MARION B. 5913 N. W . 40th Oklahoma City, Okla .

PREUSS, ADEliNE lOIS 905 % W . Douglas Wichita , Kans .

RIDDlE, MElVIN lEE 303 N. W . lst Bethany, Okla.

SANDERS, JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER Route 1 Arcadia , La .

PRINCE, BillY JOE 310 N. Jackson Altus, Okla .

RIGGS, JERRY PATTERSON 108 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla .

SANDERS, RAY DON Apt. 94B, Sheppard Field Wichita Falls, Texas

PROFFITT, MARVIN ORIN 414 E. Main Bethany, Okla.

RIPPER, MRS. OPAl E. 501 N. Willow Bethany, Okla.

SARRAS, HElEN 728 N. W . 22nd Oklahoma City, Okla.

PROUGH , WilMA MAXINE Route 1

RISER, ANN 6907 1'-l. w. 49th Bethany, Okla .

SAUER, VERDA ElAINE

Tucumcari , N . M.

Haven, Kans .

Cimarron, Kans .

SAUER, WlllODENE MARIE

PRUITT, CONSTANCE lONE 1424 E. Pine 路 Enid , Okla.

ROACH , WilBURN R. 1442 17th Galena Park, Texas

PRYOR, JEAN KATHRYN 2009 N. 15th Waco, Texas

ROBERTS, HElEN MAXINE 311 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla .

QUIRING, FRANK lEROY Route 1 Newton , Kans.

ROBINSON , ClARA JEANETTE 1825 Baylor Waco, Texas

SCHAUER, lEOlA MAE Bethany路, Okla .

RADEBAUGH , BOBBY DEE 206 N. College Bethany, Oklla .

ROBINSON, IRIS MODEllE Route 1 Snyder, Texas

SCOGGINS, BETTY Box 424 Vivian, La .

RADEBAUGH, WYNONA lOUISE 206 W. College Bethany, Okla.

ROBINSON, JUNE THElMA Route 4

SCOFIElD, lOIS 1501 Travis Amarillo, Texas

RAINBOlT, PATSY RUTH 210 W. Navajo Cle veland , Okla.

ROGERS, ASA S. 224 W . Byers Hobbs, N. M.

RAISER, MARY SUZANNE Craig , Mo.

ROGERS, HOMER lEE Route 2 Coffeyville, Kans.

RANDAl, lOIS JEAN Buffalo, Okla . RANDlE, A. C. , Ill 12 1 N. Donald Bethany, Okla . RAY, WilliAM JACKSON 1903 22nd St. W . Bradenton , Fla. RAYMER, IONA lOU Route 1, Box 404 DeRidder, la.

Cimarron, Kans .

SAYES, HARVEY RAY 6120 Wi llard Shreveport, la . SCHARuEIN , CHARlES WM. 305 S. W . 3rd Bethany, Okla .

Lawrence, Kans.

SEARS, AlVEY KEITH Cedar, Kans . SEAY, JESSIE EllEN Box B2 Mclean, Texas SEAY, WilliAM JOHN 1327 N. 34th Kansas City, Kans.

ROGERS, MARTHA lUEllA Route 2 Coffeyville, Kans .

SEEDS, MRS. VENEDA 3629 N. W. 11th Oklahoma City, Okla .

ROGERS, VIRGINIA lYNN 102 W . Hilda St. Tampa, Fla .

SHADIX, lOUIS 365 N. Mailn Hollis, Okla.

ROGERS, WANDA lORENE Box 537 Post, Texas

Chapman , Kans .

SHOEMAKER, MElVIN HENRY 708 N . Mueller Bethany, Okla . SHOPFNER, BillY JOE 812 N. 27th Fort Smith , Ark . SHORT, JOHNNY JERREl 303 S. College Bethany, Okla . SHOWAlTER, JOHN EMMERSON Vet. Unit 10 Bethany, Okla. SHREVE, MURIEl RUTH 1419 Mervin Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa . SHROPSHIRE, JEAN ANNETTE 112 3rd McPherson, Kans. SHROUT, BOB D. Box 115 Hoisington , Kans.

SHURlEY, CARMEN D. 307 N. W . Main Bethany, Okla. SHURlEY, WAYNE M. 201 N. Donald Bethany, Okla . SilVEY, lAWRENCE EDWARD 1202 Murphy Ave . Joplin, Mo. SIMS, NOAH PAUl 201 N. Donald Bethany, Okla . SINDEN , HERBERT JAMES 501 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla . SINDEN, lAUNA CUNNINGHAM 501 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla . SINGlETARY, EMERY JEWEl 117 N. Pen iel Bethany, Okla. SINGlETERRY, RAYMOND EDGAR Marlow, Okla . Sl PES, AliCE EliZABETH 706 N. Beaver Bethany, Okla. SlOAN , DElFRED lEE 402 N. Knoblock Stillwater, Okla . SlUSHER, CHARlES 0 . 207 N. W. 1st Bethany, Okla. SMITH, HAlliE NAOMI 214 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla .

ROPER, WANDA P. 1612 N. 16th lawton, Okla .

SHAFFER, GARlAND WAYNE 112 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla .

ROSFElD, FlORENCE RUBY Route 2, Box 270 lake Charles, la.

SHANNON, ESTHER FRANC.ES 109 N. W. 1st Bethany, Okla .

RENEAU , CLIFFORD lEE Route 2 Chelsea, Okla .

ROWE, RUTH ElMYRA 5525 Wayne Kansas City, Mo.

SHANNON, MADAlYN JEANNE 109 N. W. 1st Bethany, Okla .

RHODES, BERTUS A. 711 S. Vassar Albuquerque, N. M.

ROWlETT, WilliE MARIE Route 1, Box 285 Nacogdoches, Texas

SHANNON, SYlVIA KAYE 109 N. W. 1st Bethany, Okla.

SMITH , ROBERT l. 197 Dakota Columbus, Oh io

RHODES, FREDA GWEN Box 375 Abernathy, Texas

ROWEll, CLIFF 2 110 W. Williams long Beach, Calif.

SHARP, MOZEllE 402 Jefferson Ave., Rt. 3 Neosho, Mo.

SMITH , WAllACE HAVARD 103 N. Donald Bethany, Okla .

REDMON , WilDA A. Craig , Mo. REEP, FRANCES l~VONNE 1842 Vt. Lawrence, Kans .

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SMITH, JO ANNE 5825 Blue Hills Rd . Kansas City, Mo. SMITH , MAYBEllE MARIE 1517 S. Emporia W ichita , Kans . SMITH , PAUl ROGER 214 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla .


SNOWBARGER, MRS. LOIS L. 312 N . W . 3rd Bethany, Okla.

STEWART, EDWINA LOU 211 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla .

TAZELAAR, CLIFFORD H. 108 N . Colleg e Bethany, Okla .

TYLER , VIRGIL E. Route 2 McGre gor, Texas

SNOWBARGER, MARVIN DALE Route 1 Dodge City, Kens.

STEWART, JAMES MACKY 313 S. E. 4th Bethany, Okla .

TERRY, VANETTIA LOUISE General Delivery Mineral Wells, _Texas

UERKVITZ, ESTHER HA NNA 301 N. W . l si Bethan y, O kla.

SNYDER, CARL RICHARD 400 N. College Bethany, Okla .

STEWART, LORRAINE Route 1, Box 24 Robeline, La .

THOMAN, ROBERT DEAN 607 Elm Hays, Kens .

UERKVITZ, THOMAS DAV ID 301 N. W . l si Bethan y, Okla .

SNYDER, JIM ROBERT 7700 Antioch Rd . Overlend Perk, Kens .

STEWART, MARSHALL I. 211 N. Donald Bethany, Okla .

THOMAS, JAMES WALKER 204 S. Canad ien Purcell, Okla .

UMPHRES, DONALD GE N E Rou te 1 Rog ersvill e, Mo.

SNYDER, NORMA JEAN 400 N . College Bethany, Okla.

STEW ART, MELBA Route 1, Box 24 Robeline, La.

UNRUH, M RS. RUTH ARLENE 115 N . W . l st Bethan y, Okla .

SONNEVIK, MABLE BALL ll9Y2 S. College Bethany, Okla .

STEWART, VERA ELIZABETH 518 Washburn Topeka, Kens .

THOMAS, JOHN B. Route 2 Stillwater, Okla . THOMASON , BOBBY RAY 108 N . W. 2nd Bethany, Okla .

SONNEVIK, MILTON EDWIN ll9 Y2 S. College Bethany, Okla .

STIPE, CHARLES MARION Bethany, Okla .

THOMPSON, CHARLES ALLEN 720 N . Beever Bethany, Okla .

UYEHARA, DOROTHY SEI KO 2009 Democrat St. Hoonlulu 17, T. Hawaii

THOMPSON, CLARENCE ARTHUR Box 181 Alliance, Neb.

VAN BIBBER, RE X L. Bethany, Okla .

SOOTER, JACK W . 208 S. W. Main Bethany, Okla . SOUTHWELL, BLANCHE EVELYN 1325 s. w. 27th O klahoma City, Okla . SPANGLER, CHARLENE Neville, Iowa SPANGLER, ESTHER LYLE Moville, lowe SPINKS, ROBERT LAURIS 301 S. Donald Bethany, Ok la . SPRADLIN, DONALD LAVERN Canute, Okla. SPRAY, RUTH ANN 701 N. College Bethany, Okla . STALLINGS, LESLIE KEANER 127 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla . STANGELAND, GORDON MOORE 105 N . Pine Ponce City, Okla. STANGELAND, WILMA JEAN 705 N. Pine Ponce City, Okla. STARK, JAMES EDWARD Route 1 Emmit, Ark. STEARMAN, SAMUEL MARVIN Box 502 Bethany, Okla . STEARMAN, VIRGINIA FAY Box 704 Hooker, Okla . STEEL, RUSSELL LEVI Bethany, Okla .

STOCKTON, SCOTTIE MACK BuHclo Gap, Texas STONE, NANCY CAROL 4909 State Oklahoma City, Okla . STOUT, PATSY ANN Piedmont, Okla . STOVER, MARY LOUISE Medford, Okla . STREET, SETTY HITES 205 N . Willow Bethany, Okla . STRIEGEL, JOYCE EVONNE 222 S. Finl ey Norman, Okla . STRINGER, JAMES ARTHUR 312 S. Main McPherson, Kens . STRUBLE, NORMA NORENE 407 S. Perry Ponce City, Okla . STWALLEY, MARY LOUISE Monument, Kens . SULLIVAN, E. EVELYN 200% N. College Bethany, Okla . SULLIVAN, WESLEY OTTO 804Y2 N . 4th Longview, Texas

SUTTON, GERALDINE Jackson St. Beton Rouge, La . SUTTON, KENNETH RAY 3811 Shelley Blvd . Dalles, Texas SWAN, ELEANOR LOUISE 1025 E. McKinley Sapulpa, Okla.

T,.OMPSON , JACK L. Route 2 Yukon, Okla . THOMPSON, JAMES LEEE 2627 E. 4th Pl. Tulsa, Okla . THOMPSON , JOHN EDWARD 3425 D. St. Lincoln , Neb. THOMPSON, KATHLEEN Box 431 New london, Texas TIMS, TROY D. 207 N . W . lsi flethcny, Okla . TOEPFER, JAMES C. 201 % S. Donald Bethan y, Okla. TRAMMELL, E. MORDELL 105 Walnut Duncan , Okla . TRANSUE, EARL WESLEY 806 N . Mueller Bethany, Okla . TROWER, ROBERT FLOYD Vet. Hut 19 Bethany, Okla . TRYON , CHARLES ARMEN 4614 Brookdale Dr. Corpus Christi, Te xas TUCKER, JIMMY PEYTON 402 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla . TURMAN , BETTY 117 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla .

STEELMAN, BOBBY RAY Box 3 Peniel, Texas

SWANN, DONNA LEE 114 N . W. 2nd Bethany, Ok la . SWANN, JOHNIE A. 114 N . W . 2nd Bethany, Okla . TAYLOR, MARY ANN 2824 Edger Shreveport, La . TAYLOR, RUTH ANN 718 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla . TAYLOR, WILMA JEANNE 718 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla.

TWINING, HENRIETTA LEE 212 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla . TWINING, NELLIE ILENE Anderson , Mo .

STEPHENS, JAMES DAILY 2839 15th Tusca loosa, Ale .

TAYLOR, ROBERT R. 1003 Harris Ardmore, Okla .

TWINING, RAY EUGENE 212 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla .

STEPHENS, WILLIAM 1018 Walnut Cushing , Okla.

TAYLOR, SHERMAN NORMAN 208 Y2 N . College Bethany, Okla .

TYLER . LOIS EDNA Route 2 McGregor, Texas

STEELE, CLAUD ANALTER 709 N. Willow Bethany, Okla . STEELE, HERBERT LeROY 702 E. 8th Coffeyville, Kens . STEELE, LEE WILLIAM 702 E. 8th Coffeyvi lle, Kens.

TURMAN , LLOYD VAN 117 N . Peni el Bethan y, O kla . TURNER, FRED OLEN Cleo Springs, Oklo . TURNER, LESLIE W . Box 109 Cleo Spri ngs, Okla .

USHER, WILLIAM IRV IN, JR. Route 10, Bo x 183B Oklahoma City, Okl a.

VANCE, CHESTER SAM UEL, JR. 325 E. 8th Hutchinson, Ka ns.

VANCE, SCHAUNER P. 716 Centra l Bethany, Okla. VANDERLINDE, PHILIP RAY 723 N. Muell er Bethany, Okla . WADE, HELEN FAYE 622 s. w. lsi Bethany, Okl a . WADE, LAWRENCE H. 622 S. W . lst Bethany, O kla . WADLEY, MARGIL W A RRE N 1310 S. Gree n St. East Ia nd, Texas WAITS, JESSE LEE 1405 Oklahoma Ave. Wood ward , Okl a. WALDEN , ERNEST JOSEPH Box 335 Ulysses, Kans. WALDREP, THOMAS E. Smith Apt., Box 605 Jasper, Ala . WALKER, EDITH MAE 207 N. Beaver Bethany, Okla . WALKER, KENNETH LEE Gymn. 4 Fowl er, Kens . WALLACE, BETTY LOIS Box 194 Elida , N . M. WALRAVEN , MAURICE PETER 204 S. Asbury Bethany, Ok la. WARD, SARA FRANCES Box 885 Conwa y, Ark. WASSOM, BETTY LEE 708 N. Willow Bethany, O kl a. WASSOM, EARL EUGENE 708 N. W i llow Bethany, O kla . WATSON , CLARENCE PAUL Gymn. 4 Bethany, Okla . WATSON , ELBERT LESLIE 1212 4th Terrace Birmingham, Ale . WATSON , LAWRENCE THOMAS 212c N . Peni el Bethany, Ok la.


WATSON, NAOMI laWAN Sax 594 Post, Texas

WHITENER, JAMES CLIFFORD 311 N. College Bethany, Okla.

WILLIAMS, PHYLLIS 820 W . 2nd Edmond, Okla .

WOODEN CAROLYN RUTH 1235 S. Birmingham P. Tulsa, Okla.

WATT, GLORENE FAYE 1133 w. 35th Wichita, Kans. WATTS, GENEVA JOSEPHINE Route 2 Calumet, Okla. WAUDBY, BILLIE JOE Galesburg, Ill.

WHITLEY, BETTY JUNE 326 King St. Chadron, Neb.

WILLIAMS, RUBY REBECCA Box 607 Many, La .

WOODS, ARSTON VALJEAN 212 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla .

WHITLOCK, ZELMA 2818 Hickory Texarkana, Ark.

WILLIAMS, VIRGINIA LOIS 3422 E. 6th Kansas City, Mo.

WOODY, W. T. 708 N. College Bethany, Okla.

WIEGAND, NAOMI CHARLOTTE 108 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. WIEGAND, LINDA LEE 108 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. WILEY, HERBERT B. Vet. Apt. 2 Bethany, Okla .

WILLIAMS, WANDA NELL 520 N. Ellis Tyler, Texas

WOOLDRIDGE, JOHNNIE SYBLE Box 117 Antlers, Okla. WOOLEY, ANNETA SCHMELZENBACH 902 5th Marietta, Okla.

WEISZBROD, ALMA CORLEY 410 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

WEST, MARGARET FRANCES 1202 W. 22nd Jasper, Ala .

WILKS, DIANNE Box 442, oute 3 Oklahoma City, Okla.

WILLIAMSON, CHUCK H. 116% N. College Bethany, Okla. WILLIAMSON, JUNE laVERNE 405 N . W. 6th Oklahoma City, Okla. WILLIAMSON, PAUL DONALD 130 Richmond Ave. Richmond, Ind.

WEST, NAOMI RUTH Box 286

WILLEY, ELLA LAVELLE 600 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla.

WILLIAMSON, SUE FOLLIS Box 804 Bethany, Okla.

WEST, JOHN T. Box 85 Purcell, Okla .

Peniel, Texas

WESTLUND, HAROLD JUNIOR 2124 Jones St. Sioux City, Iowa

WILLEY, LYLE STEPHEN 600 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla .

WESTMORELAND, MRS. LOIS 509 Willow Bethany, Okla .

WILLEY, VERLENE 203 S. Donald Bethany, Okla .

WHATLEY, HAROLD 2810 Los Palmos Port Arthur, Texas

WILLIAMS, BETTY IRENE 2962 Trenton Rd . Akron, Oh io

WHITE, CLIFFORD JAMES 1645 S. Olympia Tulsa, Okla.

WILLIAMS, CHARLES PHILIP 2123 N. Bath Oklahoma City, Okla.

WHITE, BILLIE JOE 3008 N. W . 45th Oklahoma City, Okla.

WILLIAMS, DILLON LEROY 219 N. Crescent Kansas City, Mo.

WHITE, CLAUDY LEE 3008 N. W . 45th Oklahoma City, Okla.

WILLIAMS, EDWARD l. Box 108 Fairbanks, Alaska

WHITE, HENRY BENTON 116 Lee Blvd. Lawton, Okla.

WILLIAMS, MARY LORRAINE 3413 S. McKinley Oklahoma City, Okla.

WHITE, LeNETA LYNN 302 S. Redmond Bethany, Okla. WHITE, MELBA Box 241 Sallisaw, Okla.

WILLWERTH, PAUL IRVIN Smith Apt. 8 Bethany, Okla. WILLINGHAM, LEWIS ELBERT 5330 Paseo Kansas City, Mo. WILLIS, CLARENCE BLAINE Trailer Camp Bethany, Okla. WILSON, DONALD WAYNE 208 N. College Bethany, Okla. WILSON, GARRETT E. 525 S. E. 18th Oklahoma City, Okla. WILSON , RETA ANN Piedmont, Okla. WILSON, RUSSELL LYNN 208 N . College Bethany, Okla.

WOOLPERT, KEITH DELLAN 4121 w. 19th Topeka, Kans. WRETLING, CHARLES EARL 708 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. WRIGHT, GOLDIE MAYE WELLER 617 N. Wheeler Bethany, Okla. WRIGHT, PALMA LYNN 226 Simsbury Houston, Texas

WUESTER, TERRY Centralia, Kans.

WYCOFF, MARVENE OLA 5735 N. W. 39th Oklahoma City, Okla. YARBROUGH , BETTY JEAN Box 84 Hooker, Okla. YARBROUGH, PEGGIE JEAN Route 1 Vinson, Okla.

WILLIAMS, M . RUTH Box 607 Many,' La .

WILSON, STANLEY ELDON 505 N. W . 2nd Bethany, Okla. WINTER, MARTHA LUCILLE 204 E. Gladys Hooker, Okla.

YARBROUGH, ROBERT RAY Hooker, Okla. YOESEL, JEAN ELIZABETH Route 1 Falls City, Neb. YOUNG, KENNETH 313 N. Wheeling Kansas City, Mo. YOUNG, THOMAS EARL General Delivery Durham, Kans.

WILLIAMS, ORVILLE EDWARD 307 N . W. Main Bethany, Okla.

WINTER, RAYMOND HARVEY Trailer 20 Bethany, Okla.

ZERBY, BERNADINE Route 2 Custer, Okla.

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