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Be I han Y.- PenieI C oIIe g e Bethany, Oklaho10a 1952

EDITOR

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ASSOCIATE EDITOR

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BUSI N ESS MANAGER SPONSOR

EVELYN CAROTHERS DOWNS

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LUTHER C LEGG

ELBERT WATSON

CAROL S. L U N DY


"Education or catastrophe!" T h i s i n dictment i s

often pronou nced on

our wor l d . B u t those o f

g reatest i nsight know t h a t mere l e a r n i n g

may

only hasten t h e mad ness; t h e worl d needs Christ!

The world needs Christia n ed ucation! U nless along

with the skills

and

knowledge,

the

val ues of

mea n i ngful Christi a n living a re a lso ta u g h t to

you ng people, ed ucation ca n only defeat its own pu rpose.

As a Ch ristian i nstitution of h i g h er learn i ng,

Betha ny-Pen iel Col l ege presents a strong c h a l 足

lenge t o h e r youth-a challenge n o t o n l y t o enter

wider vistas of s k i l ls, knowledges a nd tech n i c a l

a bilities, t o receive enrichment of u ndersta n d i ng and

fellowsh i p, but also to know the joys of

experiential religion a n d to prepa re for future responsi bilities in our c h u rch a nd our wor l d .

Students a t t h e college a re a nswering Christ's

challenge,

"Follow

me"-that

g reat

challenge

from which stems all worthwhile e ndeavor. Sens足

i n g the spi rit of the school, we a re wor k i n g for

its development, a nd concurrently our own.

So may we present t h i s A RROW of 1 952 in

which we offer for your consideration the efforts

of the a d m i n i stration, faculty a n d students to

MEET THE CHALLE NGE O F BE T H A NY - P E N I E L C O L L E G E

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DEDICATION

For you r genuine inte rest i n each student as a person . . . for your devotion i n serving our ca use . . . for your understa n d i ng heart, we hold you i n highest esteem . Because of your e n l ightened lea dership . . . your efforts to strengthen the scholastic atta i n m ents of the col l ege . . . be足 ca use you exempl ify for us the three-fold motto: Chara cter, C u ltu re, Christ . . . We ded icate the 1952 ARROW to you, DR. ROY H . CANTRELL


C O NT E N T S

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THE CHALLENGE T O SPIRITUAL AND INTELLECTUAL ADVANCEMENT

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THE CHAL LENGE TO SOCIAL ADEQUACY

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THE CHALLENGE TO PHYSICAL FITNESS

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SC I E N C E B U I LDING


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COLLEGE STUDENTS IN THE SERVICE A n u m ber of college men h ave gone to serve o u r cou ntry t h i s yea r.

They h a ve

been g reatly m i ssed on o u r c a m pus aFld i n o u r activities. Although we h ave been sorry

to see them leave, we know that they wi l l be a b l essing to their fel low servicemen during their stay i n the m i l itary service.

AIR FO RCE:

MARINES:

Meesey, D a l e

NAVY:

Gra n g e r, Kenneth Riggs, J erry

K i rby, Dorsey

Yaede, Edwin

Lout h a n , Lyn n

ARMY:

OFFICER'S CAND I DATE SCHOOL:

Cypert, E l i

Hodges, Ralph


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DI V ISI O N I THE CHA L L E N GE T O SP I R I T U A L AND I N T E L L E C T U A L ADV A N C E M E NT

In a stimulating atmosphere like that which pe,rvades the coll�@e, one cannot help but feel the challenge to learn, to grow7,both intellectually ·

and spiritually.

The college is thoroughly Christian. Christ receiyes first place not only in the religious services, which are numerous, but also in the classroom. Secular information is viewed objectively by the professors and students in order to detect and reject the false, th� un-Christian, while Qccepting that which is true. Scholastic standards are high; the courses of instruction a;e varied and numerous; teachers �re of the highest caliber. All combine to make a genuinely educative situation whicl'r*leaves an indefinable imprint on each student.

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"The true purpose of edu<;ation is to cherish ;1nd .;fl foldJh� �ed..of in;�ihortal­ ity already sown withim�s; to develop to their fulltst extent th@ capacities with which Gop has endowea us.:� -Jame�on


ADMINISTRATION FA C U LTY CHURCH C L ASSES WHO 'S WHO


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DR. R. H. CANTRELL, President

D r . R . H. Cantrell is com pletin g his fifth

year of service to Beth a ny-Peniel College as president. U nder h is i n s p i red leadersh ip, the

school has consta ntly flou rished in a l l depa rtments. A m a n o f h i g hest pri nci ple a n d s p i r it, he receives the esteem of all.


F R O M THE P R ESIDE NT�S DESK

OFFICE

MISS LOIS MERRIAM

OF

THE PRESIDENT

Secretary to the president Dear B.P .c.

Students:

The B.P.C. story is a thrilling epic of sacrifice and devotion, of

vision and fulfillment.

It is evident that there have been periods of

B:P .c. is

growth and accomplishment and times of glorious realization. a crusade, splendid in its conception, pressive in its achievements. banner of the Cross.

valiant in its endeavor, and im­

Its victories have been won under the

B:P.C. is also a spirit, infectious and compelling.

It has flamed in the hearts of the consecrated men and women whose sturdy Christian character is reflected today in the ideals and standards of the College.

Nothing more meaningful can be said for B".?.C.

than to declare

that the spirit which has characterized the institution for these years is still alive; and that the crusade which was begun so many years ago is still being carried on with increased vision and augmented forces.

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He face both today and tomorrow! I realize we are l

dangerously.

world is passing through a .crisis.

That gives us dual responsibility. It has always been so when the

But history records that such events

have been the birth-throes of a better day.

It is the corranitment of one 1 s

self to Christ which enables .the Christian to use today's uncertainty as a basis for tomorrow 1 s hope. a day of opportunity it is. ation.

Students of B";P .c. this is your day •

You have the chance of making history - today •

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congratulate Editor Downs and the Arrow Staff of

presented a "Challenge". alleld challenge.

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and what

\·/hat a challenge it is to live in this gener­ tomorrow.

1952.

You have

Let me restate, th€ future p-:-es�nt.; .:!..>1 '�!"lflar­

We face it with firm confidence thc..t GvJ -���·ho has lea

so unerringly during our past history,

will, in the days ahead, con.tir:.ue

to lead on in victorious conquest.

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CHARACTER e CULTURE

e CHRIST

DR. A N D MRS. R. H . CANTRELL

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B OARD OF TRU S TE E S Chairman

Vice-Ch a i r m a n

D r . Jarrette Aycock 0. W.

A B I L E N E DISTRICT

Jenkins, Pla i n view Ja mes McGraw, Ft. Worth Amos Meador, Borger

A R KANSAS D I STRICT

D r . V. H . Lewis Secretary

Alumni Representative

KANSAS D I STRICT

NO RTHWEST O KLAHOMA D ISTR ICT

R. T . Willia ms, J r.

Ray Vance, Wich ita E. W. Snowba rger, Sylvia Leon Jenni ngs, A u g u sta

KANSAS CITY D I STRICT

Mark Moore, Ponca City E. S. P h i l l i ps, Bet h a n y A . LeRoy Taylor, Bet h a n y P a u l H o a g , Bet h a n y

S A N ANTO N I O D I STR ICT

W. H. J o h n son, North Littl e Rock Boyd Hancoci<, Jonesboro W. L. French, North Little Rock

D r . Ja rrette Aycock, Kansas City A l l e n Miller, Ka nsas City Dr. A. Milton S m it h , Kansas City

Ponder G i l l iland, S a n Antonio Hea r n e Spruce, Corpus Christi S p u rgeon Lynn, San Ang e l o

Paul Garrett, Dallas H. F. Crews, Denison Clyde Ammons, Dallas

Elbert Dodd, P i n evi l l e W . 0 . Fisher, S h reveport G. M. A k i n , Minden

G l e n n J o n es, Ada Dave S h a r p , S hawnee W. H. Davis, Henryetta

Dr. V. H . Lewis, Houston R. H. Parks, Port Arthu r Raymond McC!ung, Houston

Wh itcom b H a rd i n g , Hast i n g s A. A . Sch neider, Hast i n g s Bla i ne D . Proffitt, L i n c o l n

W. T. Joh nson, D u ncan R . T . W i l l i a m s, Okla homa City E a r l Dard e n , A rd more J. Louis E m m ert, El Reno

DALLAS D I STR ICT

HOUSTON D I STRICT

LOUISIANA D ISTR I CT

N EBRASKA D I ST R ICT

NORTH EASTERN O KLAHOMA DIST R I CT

D r . I. C. Math is, T u l sa J . Paul Tucker, Tulsa W. R . Donaldson, Muskogee

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Dr. E. C. Hall

SOUTH EAST O KLAHOMA D IS T R I CT

SOUTHWEST O KLAHOMA D ISTRICT


ADMINISTRATIVE C OUNCIL

ROY H . CANTRE LL, Chai rman

FRE D F LOYD

P resident of the Col lege

Head of the Department of H istory

C. HARO LD RI P P ER

A N N E C. GREVE

Dean of the Co l lege

Chai rman of the Division of Social Sc ience

HARRY L . CRADDOCK Busi n ess Manager

L. C. P H I LO Chai rman of the Division of P h i losophy a n d Re l igion

C. H. WIMAN, Secretary Registrar E. BOY D SHANNON

WILLIS B. DO BSON

Dean of Students

Fred Floyd,

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C. Philo, Willis B. Dobson, Harry

Chai rman of the Division of Human ities

L.

Craddock, Roy H . Cantrell, Anne C . Greve,

E.

Boyd Shannon, C. H. Wiman, C. Harold Ripper.

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DEAN OF THE C OLLE GE A m a n of h i g h est sch o l a rs h i p, D r . C. H. Ri pper i s

co1sta ntly wor k i n g f o r the best i nterests of Bet h a n y足

P e n i e l College. As dea n , he not only has much to do

with academic issues of the school-setti n g u p c u r r i 足

c u l a , worki ng w i t h the North Central Association,

developing the college testing program, and h a n d 足

l i n g Selective Service deferments-but h e also ta kes

a part in promoti n g the interests of each student.

Often he is sought out for cou nsel; such g u ida nce is always given i n a helpful, consc i e ntious way. Dean R i p per is also an excellent professor

in the psy足

chology department. In every way he c o m m a n d s the respect of all the college .

C. HAROLD RIPPER Dea n of the Col lege

MIN N I E B LA N C H E DIMOND Secretary of the Dean of the Col lege

ZELLA GLIDDEN Office Assista nt

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VELMA MOYER Assistant i n Dean of Students'


DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE Evidencing a s incere i nterest i n each student on

the cam pus, Dean S h a n non has consistently striven

to better student relationsh i ps and heig hten the col足

lege social activity. As Dean of Stud,e nt L i fe, h e meets m a n y perplexing situations a n d problems da ily.

Guida nce comes with i n h is scope; m a n y are the stu足

dents who have come f rom his office with a better

grip on thei r own l ives a n d with greater confidence in others. Mr. S h a n non also serves very proficiently

as a teacher of g u i d a n ce, counsel i n g a n d related subjects in the college.

E. BOYD SHAN N O N D e a n o f Student Life

J U N E N EWMAN Secretary to the Dea n of Students

J U N E McART H U R Office Assistant

BETTY ADKINS Office Assistant

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B U SINE S S OFFICE

Mr. Ha rry Craddock seems to h a ve a spec i a l knack

for smoot h i n g out knotty problems. As b u s i n ess m a n­ a g er of the col l ege, he dea l s with m a n y of them

every d a y-always i n an efficie11t m a n ne r- b ut he never i s too b u sy for a conference with a student

who has a problem.

He patiently su pervises a l l the

deta i l s which a re necessary for kee p i n g the col lege m a c h i ne funct i o n i n g smooth ly.

H A R RY l . CRADDOCK

A l l col l eg e business

a n d student accounts a lso fa l l u n d er his jurisdiction .

Business Manager

A competent crew of workers may be fou n d with

Mr. Crad dock in the business office.

Friendly a n d

h e l pful, they m a ke a l l associations with t h i s office pleasant.

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RUTH N EWBERRY Secretary to the Business Manager

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FLORENCE LU NDY Accountant

PAU L I N E MILLER Office Clerk

MRS. SARAH PARKER Cashier

BETTY WALLACE Secretary, Veterans' Affairs

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OFFICE OF THE REGIST RAR Keep i ng the perma nent records, reg iste r i n g each

pu pil, com p i l i n g a n d d istributing grade reports, a s足

sembling statistics-all these are o n ly a few of the

d uties for w h i c h C . H . W i m a n is responsi ble as col 足

lege reg istrar. He c a p a b l y su pervises all these a n d m a n ages a lso t o teac h

severa l

s u b jects c a p a b l y .

B r i s k a n d energetic, he gets things d o n e efficiently; he is h eld i n h i g h esteem by a l l .

C. H. WIMAN Registra r

PHYLLIS McARTH U R Secretary t o the Registrar

JEWEL HOLLIS Office Assistant 28


REC ORDER Mrs. Leo n a McCon n ell is known for h e r c heery "hel lo"

and h e r h e l pful attitude. She a n d " U n c l e Charlie" m a ke

a ha ppy cou ple often to be seen 路about the c a m pus. Mrs.

McC o n n ell keeps very busy with her d uties cis recorder i n

the office of t h e reg i stra r . S h e prepa res路 tra n scri pts a n d

h a s cha rge o f recording a n d compil i n g g r a d e records.

MRS. C. A. McC O N N ELL Recorder

FIELD REPRE SENTATIVE Rev. C u rtis S m ith c a m e to Bet h a n y i n March to serve i n

this ca pacity vacated i n October by Rev. Ceci l K n i ppers.

The latter left to serve as D i strict Su perintendent of the

Hawa i i a n I s l a n d s . Rev. S m ith came to B-PC from Corpus

Ch risti, Texas, F i rst Ch u rch . He has shown g reat e n t h u siasm

for his new task and i s cap ably serv i n g the c olle ge i n this responsi ble position .

REV. C U RTIS SMITH Field Representative

VESTA McREYNOLDS Photostat Operator

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LIBRARY

Always ready with a c heery

s m i l e, a n d a h e l pful bit of assist足 a nce

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libraria n . our

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E l iza beth

W i l l is,

U n d e r her d i rect i o n ,

college li bra ry

is rapidly

e x p a n d i n g a n d i m provi n g . T h e

iibrary i s staffed w i t h a f i n e

g ro u p of workers w h o g i ve effi足

cient service to a l l the students.

MRS. E LIZABETH W I LLIS, Librarian

A grou p of students hard at the books.

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;e H u nter a n d Janet Mackey, (right) mem­ s of the l i brary staff, and Dorrell Spoon

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There must be a test i n the offing.

Mrs. Bill Garber, Assistant Librarian, and Mrs. Will is, Libraria n .

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D IVIS I O N The progra m of st ud ies at Beth a n y-Pe n i e l Co l l ege is d i vided into five main d i v i s i o n s-Re l ig i o n and P h i l os o p h y , Fine Arts, H u m ­ a n ities, Science, a nd Soc i a l S c i e nc2. A student m a y p i c k his pre­ ferred course from a m o n g t h e m a n y w h i c h fa l l u n d e r each of t h ese d i v i s i o n s . D r . L . C P h i l o h e a d s t h e Div i s i o n of R e l i g i o n a n d P h i l o so p h y He i s a n exce l l ent B i b l e sc h o l a r a n d prea c h e r , ev i d e n c i n g a g e n u i n e i nterest in each student. U n d e r his d i re c t i o n , t h e stu­ d e nts in t h is d i vision learn to rel ate t h e i n for mat i on w h i c h they l ea r n in t h e c l ass room to t h e i r i n d i v i d u a l l i ves, thus deve l o p i n g spirit u a l l y a n d cultura l l y . A l l stude nts, reg ard l ess of t h e i r ma jors, become a cquai nted with this d i v i s i o n w h i l e ta k i n g such courses a s B i b l e a nd Life, P h i l osophy and L i fe, a nd C h r isti a n Doct r i n e s . T h e D i v i s i o n of F i n e A rts is h ea ded by Mr. L e s t e r Dun n , ta l e nt­ ed so l o i st, d i rector and com poser. T h i s division is com posed of

the Department of Music a n d the Department of Art. The former provides tra i n i n g fm voca t i o n s in

p u b l ic school

m u sic, c h urch

music and i n strum e n ta l m u s i c . Foun dation work is a l so l a id for further study. Many who are not m a jo r i n g in m u sic e n joy t h e

D R . L . C. PHILO

c u l t u r a l a n d s p i r i t u a l bene fits rea l ized from t a k i n g m u s i c cou rses and p a rtic ipat i n g in m u sic e n s e m b l e s . Tra i n i n g in a rt is d i rected toward a voca t i o nal a i m , or toward the deve l o p m e n t of the aes­ th etic va l u e s acquired with t h e study of art. Stud ents i n the Division of Huma n i ties stu dy Eng l i s h , speech a n d fore i g n l a n g uag e . They a r e t r a i n e d i n t h e a rts of self-ex­ press i o n , interpretoti-:m, and treative n ess. A l l stud e nts me re­ qui red to ta ke severa l basic E n g l is h and

speech

cou rses. M r .

Wi l l i s B . Dobson, a n o utstanding sch o l a r a n d a s i ncere C h r i st i a n , i s c h a i r m a n of t h e divi s i o n .

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C HAIRMEN The goa l of the D ivision of N a t u ra l Scien ce, headed by Mr. Robert G . Lawrence, i s to i n sti l l in st udents an a p preciation for n a t u r a l science a n d the use o f the scientific method of problem­ solv i n g . Students i n this d 1 vision may receive basic tra i n i n g for such ca reers a s medic i ne,

n u rsi n g , science tea c h i n g , and

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sea rc h . Mr. Lawrence .is a n a b l e b i o l og ist, a consc ientious C h r i s ­ tia n , a n d o n i n s p i r i n g tea c h e r. He h a s d o n e m u c h to bu ild the science depo rtment to its present stre n g t h . D r . A n n e Greve h ea d s t h e D ivision of Soc i a l S c i e n ce; i n a d d i ­ t i o n t o this position, s h e i s a l so o n outsta n d i n g e d u cator, a co­ ordi nator for the North Cen tra l Assoc i a t i o n of C o l l eges, a n d head o f t h e home eco n o m ics d e p o rt m e n t . T h i s d ivision h a s fm its ai m an i ntelligent C h r i sti a n prese nta t i o n of past a n d present h u m a n problems and their i m p l ications. I t seeks to h e l p each stu dent d i scover his own pote n t i a l ities and l i m itations, thus de­ ve l o p i n g a p l a n for his own l i fe.

ROBERT G. LAWRENCE

Dr. C . A . "Un c l e C h a r l ie" McCo n n e l l , Dean E meritus o f Re­ l ig ion, is loved and admi red by stu dents and facu lty a l ike. Fo;­ m o n y years he ta u g h t at the c o l l e g e ; even now he occasio n a l l y g ives lectu res o n t h e Tr i n ity a n d H o l i ness. H e i s k n own a s o n e of the most outsta n d i n g l a y m e n i n the Nazarene C h u rc h .

DR. C. A. McCONNEll

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JOHN A. COLEMAN, P h . D . Professor of Education

" Ed ucation i s not i nformation; it is the a b i l ity to use i nformation . "

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FRED. FLOYD, P h . D . Professor of H istory

"God, g ive me sym pathy a n d sense a n d

help me keep my

courage h i g h ; God, g ive m e ca l m and confidence, and please­ a twi n k l e in the eye. "

JAMES R. GARNER, P h . D . Professor o f Political Science

"What should be done can be d o n e . "

E A R L G RE ER, P h . D . Professor of Mathematics

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"When a m a n 's knowledge is not in order, the more of it he has the g reater wi l l be his confusion of thought."


EMBERS

E R REL, M.Mus.Ed. ALBERT F . FITZG l Music or of Inst rumenta Asso cia te Pro fess s-only bowl of cherrie "Life is like a right li路Jing "

stems from when the fruit

D. W. N. KING , S.T. gion Pro fessor o f Reli

at every word th alone, b ut by by bread e liv not ll 1n sha God." the mouth of :eedeth out of

R NER, M.Mus.Ed . BLA NC H E I. GA o n a nd Pia no o f Music Edu cati Associa te Professor

stud ents eachers and ristians; a s t becometh Ch a s act s orocter, Culture, "Alway ge motto-'Ch to our colle up live uld we sho Christ.'"

D .E. PAUL Y. FREE SE, Chemistry of r esso Prof Associ ate

scienhsts the Bible; the ee n science and etw b ct onfli c 1ere is no ught up yet." t haven' ca

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VERNON A . SNOWBARGER, M.A. Associate Professor of Sociology On Leave of Absence "Wise is the young person who determ ines not to do the tas� where h e can col lect the most m oney but the one where hi: persona l ity can be deve l o pe d most."

DONALD D . DANSKI N, M.A. Assistant Professor of Business "The edu cated m a n knows how to work, is good to work w i t h , a n d is e q u i p ped not only for work but a l so for l eisu re . "

J. ROBE RT EMMEL, M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech

"Stop t h i n k ing a bo u t the man you m i g h t have been; start th ink­ 38

ing a bout the man you can be-t h ro u g h C h rist . "


IEMBERS

CARROLL HARVILLE, B.Mus. Assistant Professor of Piano

"You talk when you cease to be at peace with your thoughts."

HARVEY E. F I N LEY, B.D. Assista nt Professor of Greek and Religion

student of one book-the Bi ble-is consequently a student of

'Y books."

J. D. I RWIN, M.A. Assistant Professor of Music

"U n l ess we have with i n us that which is a bove us, we will soon yield to that which is a bout us."

GERALD I N E M. H U H N KE, M.A. Assista nt Professor of Modern la nguage

"The gods we worsh i p write their n a mes on our faces."

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VIRGI N IA AYERS IRWI N, M.A. Assista nt Professor of Education "We ore a l l stud ents, and when a tea c h e r ceases t o be a student, it is time she fol ded her tent a n d s l i p ped a wa y . "

J . PRESCOTT J O H NSON, M.S. Assista nt Professor of Philosophy " S p i ritua l v a l u es ore not merely i d ea l ; they ore a l so g r a n ite fact . "

C A R O L SPRU � E LU NDY, M.A. Assistant Professor of E n g l ish

"The va n ity of teach ing often tem pteth one to f o rget t h a t h e is a blockhead . "

N O RMAN 0 . MILLER, M.B.A. Assista nt Professor of Business and Economics "Pe rform each task now as i f it were you r l ost . " 40


[EMBERS

K E N N ETH ROBINSON, M.S. Assistant Professor of Speech

"If we take life the r i g h t way we shall live not somehow, but

t r i u m phantly."

JACK RAIRDON, M.A. Assistant Professor of Social Science

1e pessi m ist looks backward; th9 opti m ist forward; the theorist

vard; the practical man outwa rd; the C h risti a n m a n , God足

lrd . "

IRENE CARLSO N , M.S. Instructor in Home Economics

"Fear the Lord and serve H i m i n truth with all you r heart, for

consider how g reat t h i ngs He hath done for you ."

CONSTANCE SPRUCE, M.A. Assistant Professor of History

"Living must be i ustifi ed through service."

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FACULTl

VIVIAN E. C HAFFEE, A.B. I n structor in Voice "The world's g reat a re served; C h r i st's g reat are servants. Posi足 tion is desi r a b l e only if it exte n d s one's a b i l ity to serve . "

MAU R I N E D I C K E RSON, M.A. I n structor in E n g l is h " A t a s k worth d o i n g a n d frie n d s worth having m a k e l i f e wort l iv i n g . "

CORR I N E E . KAUFFMAN, M.A. I nstructor in E n g l ish "For Thou h a st formed u s for T h yself, a n d o u r hea rts a re rest l ess till t h ey f i n d rest i n Thee."

A L I C E B . LEWIS I n structor in Voice

"The Christian h as that Power to transform every cal am ity i n t< 42

o p portu n ity sweete n i n g the bitterest adversity and gett i n g m u s i ' out o f lifP.'s rP.mninoP.rs"


fEMBERS

DONALD PASC HALL, M.A. I nstructor in Science and Mathematics "C h r ist i s a l l in a l l to t h ose who are a l l i n C h rist."

RAYMOND PARKER I nstructor in Piano

fhe more extensive a m a n's knowledge o f what h a s been done,

1e路greater wi l l be his power of knowing what to do."

RUTH SEARS TAYLOR, B.Mus. I nstructor in Music " Not for one s i ng l e dqy can I d i scern my w a y .

But t h i s I know:

Who g i ves the day w i l l show t h e way, so I sec u re l y g o . "

LESTER H . ROBSON, A.B. I nstructor in Art "Use you r ta l ents to g l o rify God . " 43


FACULT1

RAMON UNRUH, B.Mus. I nstructor i n Voice "Use your g i fts f a i t h f u l l y a n d they s h a l l be e n l a rged; practice what you know, and you sna i l atta i n to h i g her k n owled g e . "

DONALD WILSON, A.B. I nstructor in Physical Education "Exercise i s a s vita l for the physica l a s is study for the m e nta l . '

Faculty members go native at their Pow- Wow at the youth center 44


RESIDENCE COUNSELORS

MR. AND MRS. JACK RAIRDON Fanning Hall

MRS. MATTIE JOBE Jernigan Hall

MR. AND MRS. LECIL BROWN Barracks MRS. GRACE STUMBAUGH

Bud Robinson Hall

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6

C AMPUS P ERS ONNEL

MRS. KAT I E DREWRY, Dietician

MR. E D D I E MILLER Head of Maintenance

MiSS OL VETTE CUllEY School N u rse

DR. PAUl MACRORY School Doctor


THE C OLLE GE C HURCE S h ou l d we sca n o u r 1952 book of m e mo r i es to足 gether, we wo u l d f i n d u po n its g o l d e n

pages a c 足

cou nts o f t h e n u m erous b l ess i n g s of G o d poured o u t u po n u s i n the services o f t h e co l l ege c h u rc h . Stand足 ing u p o n t h e c a m p us a s a refu g e f ro m t h e sto r m s o f l i fe, t h e c h urch h a s provided spirit u a l h e l p a n d strength to the stu d e n ts o f Bet h a n y-Peniel C o l l eg e . A s a l i g h t t h a t s h i neth i n d a r k ness to a i d a weary trave l e r a l o n g

t h e way,

the

col l e g e

c h u rc h

ever

moves forward i n its services for God and h u m a nity. With i n our book of m e mo r i es we h ave recorded a l l the events o f the yea r . O u tsta n d i n g a m o n g t h ese is the o pe n i n g schoo l convention with J e n kins; t h e fa l l

Rev. Orvi l l e

reviv a l w i t h D r . L. A .

Reed; t h e

C h r i st i a n service train i n g confere nc e w i t h D r . A l bert Ha rper, Dr. J o h n R i l ey a n d Rev. Everette Howard; and the s p ring rev i va l with Rev. T . E . Ma rtin . The c h u rc h contin u es to m a ke spec i a l p rovis i o n s to m e e t t h e n e e d s o f the students of Bet h a n y a n d to each student i s exte n d e d an

REV. E. S. P H I LL I PS, Pastor

i nvitation to worsh i p

God a n d feed u p o n H i s r ic h es w ithin t h e wa l l s o f the col l eg e c h u r c h . W e cou l d n o t c l ose o u r b o o k o f m e m o ries wit h o u t wr iting u po n its l ast g o l d e n p a g e a specia l prayer of t h a n ks g i v i n g to God for t h e col l e g e c h u rc h .

48


Educational U n it

C h urch Choir

Youth Ce nter

Parsonage

49


C HURC H

REV. BEN N ETT D U D N EY Director of Religious Activities

MR. HARRY C RADDOCK S unday School Su perintendent

..., 1 . -·---�� MISS SHI RLEY N EWMAN Ch urch Secretary

-,

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MR. BOB U L R I C H

MR. BOB GREEN

C h u rch Visitor

Youth Director


PERSONNEL

PROF. LEST E R L. D U N N Music D irector

\nG ,1 am \rli l•\ ,,, :

Jllllll\ll ... MRS. E. S. PHILLIPS W . F.M.S. President

PROF. CARROLL HARVILLE Pianist

MRS. A. LEROY TAYLOR

MR. GLEN McARTHU R

Organist

N .Y.P.S. President 51


THE H a n d e l 's "The Messi ah ," g i ven u nder t h e

direction o f Professor Lester L . D u n n , h a s

d o n e m u c h t o e n rich the lives of m a ny stu­

dents on the Betha ny-Pen iel C o l l e g e ca m­ pus, and h a s i n s pi red g reat a u d ie nces w h i c h

h ave h e a r d i t s performa nces. " T h e Mess i a h "

has produced o p port u n ity f o r voca l e x pres­

sion to m a ny si ngers who were not in c ho i rs

a n d who were not music ma jors.

A n overflow a u d ience witnessed the fi rst

performa nce of the oratorio given on S u n ­

day n i g ht,

December

10.

A second

per­

formance was made o n the fol lowing n i g h t

to a large crowd of out-of-town g u ests. Soloists

for

the

occasion

were

Vivia n

C h affee, sopra no; Evelyn Robi nson contra lto;

SOLOISTS: Ramon U nruh, Tenor; Vivian Chaffee, Sopr.a no; Evelyn Robinson, Con-


ME S S IAH Jmon U nr u h , tenor; a n d Geron Brown, bari­

·ne. Accompa nying the presentation were

·ofessor Carro l l Ha rville, p i a n ist; Professor

Jth Taylor, org a n ist; and the Betha ny-Pen-

1 Orchestra, with Professor A l bert F. F itz­

�rrel as concertmaster.

The choir itself, composed of more than

1e h u nd red s i n gers, i n c l uded mem bers o f e B-PC choirs-the A Ca ppel l a Choir, the eble Choir, a n d the Male C h o i r-plus a

rge g rou p of other college students a!)d J n y Betha ny townspeople.

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RELIGIOUS ACTIVITII Wilbur Brannon, Director of Rel igious Activities, presen路 the new student prayer c h a pels financed by B-PC studen路. to Rev. E. S. P h i l l ips and Ben nett Dudney.

N.Y.P.S. officers: Dorothy Brown, Minnie Blanche Dimond, Bob U l ri c h .

Church Visitation Grou p

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;PE C IAL SPEAKERS

Dr. D. I. Vanderpool

Dr. Roy Smee and Dr. Howard H a m l i n

Ministers a n d Ch ristian workers gathered f o r t h e Eva ngelistic Conference

55


E VANGELISTS

DR. l. A. REED

REV. T. E . MART I N

REV. ORVIllE J E N K I NS

56


CLASS OF 1952

Four years seemed o l o n g t i m e w h e n t h e c l a ss of '52 a s fres h m e n started their l o n g c o l l e g e c a reer. But now,

m

se n i ors, they l oo k b a c k on w h a t h a s been a very brief peri o d . In fact, t h e t i m e h a s been so bri e f t h a t they wonder h ow i t h as been a b l e to pass so q u i c k l y . It l ooked so l o n g w h e n it was a b l a n k s pace to be f i l led i n ; b u t it l o o k s s h o rt n o w beca use t h e t i m e h a s been fil l ed so com p l ete l y with bea u�i f u l m em ories-d efeats and ·1ictories in ath l etics, c h a p e l programs, a shoel ess party in ' t h e gym, c h ili at the Y /V,(A camp, ba n quets a t t h e Y .W . CA, t h e B i l tmore, t h e S k i rv i n , a n d fin a l l y , t h e b a n q uet o1 their se n i or yem he l d ot the cou ntry c l u b with Dr. Howard Ha miin of C h icago s pea k i n g .

For a l l four years t h e class sponsor h a s been t h e sa me: D r . Fred Floyd . H e h a s w i s e l y g uided c l a ss activities, co u n se l ­ led mem bers i n d i v i d u a l l y and co l l ective l y, a n d w h o l e h earted l y coopera ted i n promot i n g t h e various c l a ss proiects. His consecrated l i fe, yie l ded who l l y to God, has been a c o n st a n t i n spira t i o n to each mem ber of the c l a ss. There are a l so memor;es of th ose activities w h i c h are c l ass i f i e d as more d irect!y re l i g ious: the Gospel Tea m , Missio n ­ ary B a n d , Prayer a n d Fast i n g services, a n d c l ass praye1· meeti n g s . I n everyt h i n g t h e c l a ss mem bers h a ve tried to seek first the K i n g d o m of God . Bec a u se o f t h i s obiective the m e mories, a l rea d y ric h , w i l l beco m e richer os the years p l ace the c l a ss of '52 fart h er from the activities w h i c h m a d e those memories possi b l e .

E l bert Wats o n , Pres i d e nt; Fra n c i s Oa kes,

S t u d e n t Cou n c i l

Re pre­

se ntat ive; Dr. Fred F l oyd, Spon­ sor; Herb Steele, Vice President; Eve l y n

l m e l , Secretary; Wa n d a

Rogers, Treasurer.

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Senior "ch i l l u n " get on board for the hay-ride .


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STERLING ACTON

BETTY ADKINS

D O N NA FAITH AMMEL

SENIORS A.CTO N , STER L I N G , T h . B . i n R e l i g i o n , Bethany, O k l a h o m a . A D KiNS, B ETTY WI LLIAMS, B . S . i n B u s i n ess, A k r o n , O h io; Treble C h o i r , F . T . A . AMMEL, D O N NA FAIT H , B. Mus. E d . , Havi l a n d ,

Ka nsas; Musi c Club.

AMMEL, J O H N ,

A.

P h i l osophy- Re l i g i o n , Tonga noxie, K a n sas. ATTAWAY, C H A RLES, A . B . in Re l i g i o n , O k l a ho m a C i ty , O k l a h o m a .

60

J O H N AMME L

C HARLES ATTAWAY

B.

in


DONALD BAXTER

WILBU R BRA N N O N

C HARLES B E N N ETT

CLA S S OF 1952 BAXT ER, DONA LD, Th . B . i n R e l i g i o n , Bet h a n y , O k l a h o m a . B E N N ETT, CHA RLES, A. B . i n P h i l osophy, Bet h a n y , O k l a足 homa; President, Honor Society; Vice-President, I . R . C . ; Fa c u lty Studies C o m m itte; Col l eg e M a rsh a l l . B R A N N O N , W I L足

BUR, Th . B. in Relig i o n , Tu l sa , O k l a h o m a ; President, Gospel Tea m ; C h a p l a i n of F resh m a n a n d S o p h o more C l asses; Student D i rector of R e l i g ious Activit i es; Who's Who. B O H A N N A N,

LUTH E R ,

(Not G r a d u a t i n g

In May).

B R I GGS,

DOR ETHA, B . S . in Home Eco n o m i cs, Topek a , Ka nsas; Home Ec. C l ub; C h rist m a s C h o rus; Gospel Tea m ; Prayer a n d Fast i n g .

LUTHER BOHANNAN

DORETHA BRIGGS

Al


LEC I L BROWN

DENTON BROWN

GLORENE WATT BROWN

SENIORS B ROWN, DENTON, Th . B .

in

Religion, Cushi n g , Oklahoma.

B R OWN,

LEC I L, A . B . in P o l i t i c a l S c i e nce, Sea rcy, Arka nsas; Presi d e n t , I . R . C . ; S peech C l u b; Student C o u n c i l Rep.; Busi nes M a n a ger o f Reveil l e Echo; Preside nt, Dorm Cou n c i l ; V i ce Pres . , Student C o u n c i l ; Wh o's Who; Cou nse l l or, Men's Hall.

BROWN,

G L O R E N E WATT,

B.

S.

in

Home Eco n o m ics, W i c h i ta ,

Ka nsas; H o m e E c . C l ub; Secreta ry, H o m e Ec . C l u b; V i ce-Pre s . , Home Ec C l u b; Prayer a n d Fastin g . B ROW�� I N G , D O N NA, B. S. in H o m e Eco n o m ics, Pocasset, O k l a.; Secreta ry a n d Treas.,

Home Ec. C l u b; Secretary a n d

Treasurer, J e r n i g a n H a l l . B U M P U S , J O H N , A . B . i n B i o l o g y , B i r m i n g h a m , A l a ba m a; V ice- Pres., B i o l o g y C l u b; B C l u b; H o n o r Society. B U R N S , CECIL. Th. B. in R e l i g i o n , T u l sa , O k l a h o m a ; Gospel Tea m; Prayer a n d F a st i n g .

DON NA BROW N I N G

?

JOH N BUMPUS

CEC I L BURNS


JAMES BURR

VERNON CARGILL

RALPH CASEY

CLA S S O F 1952 B U RR, JAMES, A . B . in Bio l og y , Dodge City, K a nsas; Associate Editor, Revei l l e Echo; Bio l og y Club; Prayer a n d F a stin g . CA R G I LL, V E RNON, T h . B . in R e l igion, Bet h a n y , O k l a h o m a . CASEY, RALPH, A . B . in Philoso p h y足 R e l ig io n ,

Bet h a n y ,

Okla h o m a ;

Student C o u n c i l ;

B u siness

Ma nager

of

Revei l l e Ech o . C H AMBERS, EUGENE, B. Mus. in Voice, H utchinso n , Ka nsas; Arrow staff; A C a p pe l l o ; Music C l u b . HAYNES, CAROL, A . B . in Eng l is h , Rio H o n d o , Texa s; J a m boree Q ueen: B C l u b ; F . T . A . ; Gir l s' Ath l etic Direc足 tor. COX, BETTY, A . B .

in Music, Norm a n , O k l a h o m a ; Gospel Tea m ;

Prayer a nd Fastin g .

EUGEN E C HAMBERS

CAROL HAYNES

BETTY COX


H E L E N MAR I E DAN I ELS

HAROLD C U LWELL

DONALD EUGENE C R E NSHAW

SENIORS

C R ENSHAW, DONALD E U G E N E, A . B. in Reli g io n , Beth a ny, Okla homa:

Oass C h a plain; Gospel Tea m; Prayer and Fast i n g . CULWELL, HAROLD,

Th. B. in Rel igion, Bethany, Okla h o m a . DA N I ELS, H EL E N MAR I E, A . B. i n Rel i g ion, Wel l i n g ton, Kansas; Basketba l l ; Gospel Team; Prayer a n d Fast足

i n g . D E LONG, MAR I LYN, B. S. in Home Econom ics, Kansas City, Misso u r i ;

Arrow Staff; A C a p pella; Home E c . Clu b; Prayer a n d Fasting; Gospel

Team. D I FFEE, JO E, A. B . in Biology, Little Rock, Arka nsas; Preside nt,

Beta Sigma Lambda; Vice- Pres. , Stu dent C o u n c i l -Summer Sessi on; Repre足

sentative to Faculty Stu d ies C o m m ittee; Dormitory Counc i l ; All School Cheerleader. D I LLARD, CARL, Th. B . i n Relig ion, Mena, Arkansas.

MARILYN DE LONG

JOE DIFFEE

CARL D I LLARD


EYEL YN CAROTH ERS DOWNS

DWIGHT DOLE

RUTH E N G L E

CLASS OF 1952 DOLE, DWIGHT, T h . B. in R e l i g ion, Bethany, O k l a h o m a ; Student Counci l Represe ntative; Missionary B a n d . DOWNS, EV ELYN CAROTH E R S , A . . B. i n Biology,

Maxwe l l ,

Nebraska;

Who's Who;

Arrow

Ed itor;

Phi

Delta

Lambda; President, Tre b l e Choir; F .T.A.; Secreta ry, Beta S i g m a Lambda

(two years); Ch ristmas Chorus; Gospel Tea m; G i r l s' Trio; Ba n d . ENGLE,

RUTH, A. B . i n Psych ology, Norman, O k l a h o m a . FALES, H ERMAN , A . B .

i n R e l i g i o n , Betha n y , O k l a h o m a . F E CH N ER, J O H N , A . B .

in

History,

Betha ny, O k l a h o m a . F E R RA EZ, FERNANDO, Th. B. in Relig i o n , Beth a ny,

Oklahoma; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasti ng; Youth D i rector of Col lege

Churc h .

H E RMAN FALES

JOH N F E C H N E R

F E R N A N D O F ER RAEZ

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ROBERT FITZGERAlD

BOB FETTERS

THOMAS FOUST

SENIORS BOB F ETTERS, A . 8. i n Rel i g i o n , Wato n g a , Oklahoma; V ice-Pres. , Prayer and

Fasti n g ;

Gospel Tea m .

F ITZGERAlD,

ROB E RT, A . B .

in

History,

Betha ny, O k l a h o m a . FOUST, THOMAS, A. B. i n Reli g io n - P h i l osophy, Par足

sons, K a n sas; Prayer a n d Fastin g ; Gospel Tea m; Revei l l e Echo Ed itor;

Who's Who. GARBER, B I LL, B. Mus. in Voice, Betha ny, Oklahoma; Gospel

Tea m; Missionary Ba n d ; Music Club; F . T . A . ; A Cappella; Male Choir;

Ba nd; Orchestra; Christmas Chorus. GAR B E R, THOMA S , A . B . i n H i story,

Gale n a , Ka nsas; F. T. A . ; I. R. C . ; Gospel Tea m; Prayer a nd Fasti ng;

Missionary Ba nd; Male Choir; Echo Staff; Arrow Staff; Christmas Chorus;

Music Club; H i storica l Society. GARV E R , ALBERT, T h . B. i n R e l i g i o n , K i l l 足 buck, O h i o .

Bill GARBER

THOMAS GARBER

AlBERT GARVER


PATSY GEE

DONALD l. GOE N

WI LLARD H E ND ERSON

CLAS S OF 1952 PATSY GEE, A . B. i n Relig ion, Fort Worth, Texas; Miss i o n a ry Band;

Archery; Baseba l l ; Basketba l l . GO E N , DONALD L . , A. B. i n R e l i g i o n ,

Betha ny, O k l a h o m a . H ENDE RSON, WILLARD, A . B. i n Psyc h o l ogy, Mon足 roe, Louisi a n a . H E R R EN, H I L L I S , A. B . i n P h i losophy, Nevada, Missouri;

President, F resh ma n Class; Gospel Tea m, Prayer a nd Fasting; Ma l e Choir;

Christmas Chorus. HER R ICK, JAMES, A. B. i n Biology, F a r m i ngton, New

Mexico; B C l u b; J a m boree King; Echo Staff; Arrow Staff; Biology Club.

HESS, JOS E P H , T h . B . i n R e l i g i o n ; Bethany, O k l a h o m a .

H I LLIS H E R R E N

JAMES H E R RICK

JOSEPH H ESS

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DE JUANA HALE JONES

EVELYN IMEL

EUGENE K I N G

SENIORS IMEL, EVELYN, A . B . i n Speech, Lawrence, Ka nsas; A Cappe l l a ; Speech

C l u b ; Sr. C lass Secretary; Trio; Gospel Tea m . J ONES, DE J UANA HALE,

A . B . in E n g l ish, Betha ny, O k l a h o m a ; Arrow Staff, Echo Staff; Dra matics.

K I NG, EUG EN E, Th. B. i n Theology, Betha ny, O k l a h o m a ; Gospel Team . KNIGHT, J OHN, A . B . i n P h i l osophy, La kel a n d , F l orida; Faculty Studies

Comm ittee;

Vice-Pres . ,

Ma l e C hoir;

Vice-Pres.,

A

Cappel l a ;

Col l ege

Quartet; Vice- Pres., N . Y . P . S . ; I . R . C . ; Revei l l e Echo Sta ff; Basketba l l ;

Representative for School o n Zone; Soph . a n d Junior C l a s s Pres.; Who's

Who; Pres., Stu d e n t Counci l . LAN HAM, D E LB ERT, A. B. i n R e l i g i o n , Wood足

ward, O k l a h o m a . L I GHT, DOLLE N E, (Not Grad uati n g in May).

JOHN KNIGHT

DELBERT LANHAM 6

DOLL E N E LIGHT


DALE McCLAfliN

HAROLD MAIDEN

MAYNARD MADDOX

CLASS OF 1952 MC CLA F L I N , DAL E, !Not Grad uating i n May). MADDOX, MAYNA R D ,

A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Oklahoma; Missionary Band; Track; Volleyball;

French Clu b . MAID EN, HAROLD, A. B. in Religion, Bethany, Oklahoma;

Pres . , F.T.A.; Ministerial Association; Gospel Team. MART I N , MARY LOU

! Not grad uating in Mayl. MASON, LEW I S rCH IC Kl, B. Mus. in Chu rch

Music, Bethany, Ok lahoma; F.T. A . ; Music C l u b ; C h ristmas Chorus; Gospel Team; Prayer and Fasting; Male Choir; A Coppella. MAYO, ALV I N , A. B .

in Rel igion, Lake Charles, Louisiono; Missionary Bond; Gospel Teo m ; Bond .

MARY LOU MARTIN

LEWIS MASON

ALVIN MAYO

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J U N E MEAD

F RED MOON

J. T. MEADOR

SENIORS M E A D , J U N E, B . S . i n E d u c a t i o n , A l ba ny , Texas; C h r i stm a s C h o rus; Sen ior C h eerlea d er; F. T . A. MEA D O R, J AMES T H OMAS, A . B. in Reli g i o n , Bor足 ger, Texas; Miss i o n a r y B a n d ; Prayer and Fast i n g ; Basketa l l ; Ma l e C h o i r; A Ca p pe l l a . MOON, F R E D , A . B. i n Rel i g i o n , Bet h a ny, O k l a h o m a . MOO RE, D A R RELL, A. B. in R e l i g i o n , Phoe n i x , A r i z o n a ; Basketba l l ; B C l u b ; Boys' A t h l e t i c D i rector; Echo Staff; A r row Staff; Pres . , A C a p pe l l a ; Prayer a n d Fasti n g ; Youth C h u rc h Pastor; C h ristmas C h o r u s; Vol l ey ba l l ; Sec. -Trea s . , Gospel Tea m ; Q u a rtet. MOO R E , V E R N O N , B . S. i n B u s i n ess, O k l a h o m a C i ty, O k l a h o m a . MO R R I S , MAX I NE, A . B . i n Rel i g i o n , C i sco, Texas; Soft足 ba l l ; Basketba l l ; T r e b l e C h o i r .

DARRELL MOORE

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VERNON MOORE

MAXINE MORR I S


FRANCIS OA KES

J E RRIE NORED

VELMA MOYER

CLA SS OF 1952 MOYER, VELMA, A. B . in Re l i g io n , L a m a r, Col orado; A C a p p e l l a ; Trio; J a m boree Queen; Prayer a n d F a st i n g; Gospel Tea m . N O R E D , J ER RIE, B . S . i n Home Econom ics, Pote a u , O k l a homa; Prayer and F a st i n g; Gos足 pel Tea m; Arrow Staff; E c h o Staff; Home

Ec. C l u b ; Basketba l l; F . T . A .

B i o l ogy, S a n

Ben ito, Texas; Pres., Ho n o r

OAK ES, F R A N C I S , A . B .

in

Society; A C a p pe l l a ; P r e s . , B i o l ogy C l u b; S t u d e n t Cou n c i l

R e p . ; C l ass

Ath l et i c D i rector; Echo Sto ff; Bus. Manager, Echo; A rrow Staff; B C l u b . OSHIRA, A L I C E , A . B . i n H i story, H o n o l u l u , Hawaii; Who's Who, Re pre足 sentative for School; PAGA N , K E ITH, B . Mus. E d . , Stroud, O k l a h o ma; Pres , Music C l ub; B a n d ; Orchestra; Prayer and Fast i n g ; Gos pe l Team; P I ERCE, MEL V I N, A . B . in Mathematics, Me Lea n , Texas; Softball; V o l l ey足 ball; Honor Society; B C l u b .

ALICE OSHIRA

..

KEITH PAGAN

MELYIN P I E RC E

71


EUGENE PLEMONS

BILL P R I N C E

PATSY RAI N BOLT

SENIORS PLEMO N S , EUGE N E , A.

B.

in

Rel i g ion,

Bet h a n y, O k l a h o m a .

PRINCE,

B I LLY J O E, A . B . i n P h i l osophy, A l t u s , O k l a h o m a ; A C a p p e l l a ; M i n iste r i a l Assoc iation; Gospel Tea m ; Prayer a n d Fasti n g . RAIN BOLT, PATSY, B . S . i n Elem.

Education, Cleve l a n d, O k l a h o m a ;

B C l u b;

Pres.,

F . T . A . ; Gospel

Team; Prayer a n d Fasti n g . RAYM E R , I O N A , B. S. in Ho me Econom ics, De Ridder, Lou i s i a n a ; Basketba l l ; Missionary B a n d ; Ho nor Society; Prayer a n d F a st i n g ; H o m e Eco n o m i c s C l u b .

R E E P , F RA N C E S , B . S . i n

Econom ics足

Busi ness, Lawrence, K a n sas; A r row Staff; C h ee r Lea d e r . RHODES, F REDA, !Not Gra d u a t i n g I n Mayl.

IONA RAYMER

72

FRAN C ES REEP

FREDA RHODES


WANDA MAE RHODES

SKEET RHODES

HOMER LEE ROGERS

CLASS OF 1952 RHODES, S KEET, A. B. i n S peec h , Pete rsburg, Texas; B C l u b . R H O D E S , WANDA MAE, B . S . i n H o m e Econom ics, A l b u q u e r q u e , New Me x i co; Student Co u n c i l ; Missionary B o n d , Prayer and Fast i n g ; B C l u b ; President, Home Eco nomics C l u b ; Cl oss .A t h l et i c D i rector; Dorm itory p resident; Most Va l u a b l e

Player

Award;

S portsm a nsh i p

Award;

C h r i stmas

Chorus.

ROGERS, HOMER L E E , A . B . i n Psy c h o l o g y , L i berty, K a nsas; Missi o n a r y Bond; Prayer a n d Fast i n g . R O G E R S , WA N DA, B . M u s . Ed . , Post, Texas; Treasure r of S e n i o r C l oss; Treasurer o f Music C l u b ; Secret o ry , Bud R o b i n 足 son H a l l

Dorm itory Cou n c i l ; A C a p pe l l a C h o i r .

R O S FELD, F L O R E N C E ,

! Not Grad u a t i n g i n M a y . ) R U N Y O N , F R A N C I S MA U R I C E, A . B . i n History, Bethany, O k l a h o m a ; Missionary Bo n d , Ho nor Soc iety.

WANDA ROGERS

FLORENCE ROSFELD

FRA N C I S MAU R ICE R U NYON

73


AMOS SELF

MARGRETTA SANDERS

JAMES S E N S E N Y

SENIORS S A N D E RS, MA R G R ETTA, B . Mus. i n P i a n o, Port A rt h u r , Texas; A C a p pe l l a ; Music C l ub; Gospel Team; Prayer a n d Fasti n g . S E L F , AMOS, ( N ot g ra d u a t 足 i n i n Ma y ) . SENS E NY, JAM ES, A . B . i n R e l i g i o n , Bet h a n y, O k l a h o m a S H I P PY, HARLAN, A . B . i n

R e l i g i o n , C h a p m a n , Ka n sas; G o s p e l Tea m ;

B a n d ; Ma l e C h o i r; Arrow Staff; S H U R L EY, WAY N E, A . B . i n

Religion,

Beth a n y, O k l a h o m a . SLUSHER, C H A R L E S , A . B . i n Rel i g i o n , L i n c o l n , A r k .

HARLAN SHI PPY

74

WAYN E M. S H U RLEY

C HARLES SLUSH E R


BOB SMITH

BLANC H E SOUTHWELL

H E RB STEELE

CLA S S OF 1952 SMITH, ROBERT L., A . B. i n B i o l ogy, C o l u m bus, Ohio; Footba l l ; Basket ba l l ; Softba l l ; B C l u b ; Beta S i g m a L a m b d a ; F . T . A . SOUTHWELL, BLANCHE,

B . S . i n Home Eco n o m i cs, O k l a h oma C i ty, O k l a h o m a ; Home Economics

C l u b; Miss i o n a ry Ba n d . S T E E L E , H E R B E RT L . , A . B . i n Rel i g i o n , Coffeyv i l le, Ka n sas; Prayer a n d Fasti n g ; V ice-Pres., Gospel Tea m ; Col lege Q u a rtet; A Ca p pe l l a ; V ice-Pres., S e n i o r C l ass; B u s i ness Ma nager, Reve i l l e Echo; Who's Who. S T I P E, C HA R L ES, A . B . i n

Re l i g i o n , Bet h a n y , O k l a h o m a ;

P rayer a n d Fast i n g ; Missio n a ry Ba n d . TAZELAAR, C L I FFORD, T h . B . i n Rel i g i o n , Bet h a ny, O k l a h o m a . THOMP S O N , J A M E S , A . B . i n C h e m istry, T u l sa , O k l a h o m a .

C HARLES STIPE

CLIFFORD TAZELAAR

JAMES THOMPSON

75


L LOYD VAN TU RMAN

DAN I E L H . TUCKER

DAVID U E RKVITZ

SENIORS TUCKER, D A N I E L H , A B . i n R e l i g i o n , Mayf i e l d , Ke n t u c k y . T U RMA N, LLOYD V A N , Th . B . i n Rel i g i o n , Bet h a n y , O k l a 足 h o m a . U E RKVITZ, DAV I D , \ N ot G r a d u a t i n g i n Ma y l . WA L K E R , E D I TH, B . S . i n E d u c a t i o n , S a n Fra n c i sco, C a l i for n i a .

WALLAC E, BETTY, B . M u s . i n Pia no, C l ovis, N e w Me x ico; H o n or Society; Music C l u b; Orchestra; T r e b l e C h o i r .

76

EDITH W A L K E R

BETTY WALLACE


ELBERT WATSON

LAWRE N C E WATSON

ALMA W EISZBROD

CLASS OF 1952 WATSON, E L B E RT L E S L I E, A . B. i n H istory, B i r m i n g h a m , A l a ba m a; Pres., S e n i o r C l ass; Echo E d itor; B u s i n ess M a n a g e r , A R R OW; W h o ' s W h o, (two years); Pres . , S t u d e n t C o u nc i l , S u m m e r; Softba l l; I. R . C .; V i c e - P res., H isto rica l Society; Mon itor; School R e p . ; Gospel Teea m; Toastmaster-Sophomore B a n q uet; Head Host D i n i n g Ha l l . WATSON, LAW足 R E N C E THOMAS, A. B . in R e l i g io n , Rea d i n g , O h io; Musi c C l u b; B a n d . W E I S Z B R O D , A LMA C O RL EY, B. S. in E d u 足 cation, Beth any, O k l a h oma; H o n o r Society; P h i D e l ta L a m b da; F . T . A . W ESTLUND, HAROLD, A . B . i n R e l i g i o n , P h o e n i x , Arizona; A C a p pe l l a C h oir; B C l u b; C o l l eg e Q u a rtet. W I L LIAMS, ROB E RT B . , A . B . i n R e l i g i o n , D a l l a s, Texas; Honor Society; Gos pe l Tea m .

HAROLD WESTLU N D

ROBERT WILLIAMS

77


ELTON WOOD

WI LMA DEAN W I L LIAMS

MARGARET WOOD

SENIORS W I L LIAMS, W I LMA D E A N .. A B . i n Rel i g i o n , Bet h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; Pres. , Missio n a ry B a n d ; Sec. French Clu b . WOOD,

JAMES ELTON, A B . in S peec h , Beth a n y, Okla h o m a ; P r e s . , Gospel Tea m; V ice-Pres. Gospel Tea m; Mission a ry B a n d ; Prayer a n d F a st i n g ; E c h o Staff; Track; S peech Cl u b ; Ho nor Society; Who's W h o ; Miss i o n a ry A p poi ntee, C a pe Verde

I sla nds. WOOD, MARGA R ET L I TTLE, A . B . in Reli g ion, Bet h a ny, O kla h o m a ; Gospel Tea m ; Miss i o n a ry Band;

Prayeďż˝

and Fast i n g ; A Ca p pella; C h r istmas Chorus; Echo Staff; L a d ies Q u a rtet; Miss i o n a ry A p po i n tee, Cape Verde Isl a n d s .

WU E S T E R , T E R RY J . , A . B . i n History, Ce ntralia, Ka nsas; Pres. H i sto r i c a l Society; H o n o r Society; College Marshall ;

P h i Delta L a m b d a . Y A R B R O U GH, P E GG I E , B . M u s . i n P i a n o , V i nson, O k l a h o m a ; Cheerlea der; M u s i c C l u b; F . T . A ;

H o n o r Society; E c h o Staff; A R ROW Staff; Treble C h o i r ; Ba n d .

7P.

TERRY W U ESTER

PEGGI E YARBROU G H


tEMEMBER, SENIORS ?

1

That popular quartet of olden times-Jo h n Knight, James Stephens, Harold Westlund, a n d Paul Wil l iamson.

The sophomore ba nq uet at the Biltmore Hotel.

'

--1

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Our i nitiation when we were freshmen.

Joh nny Bum pus gave the order to electrocute the fresh man

AND ALL THE OTHER G O OD TIMES WE 'VE HAD

prexy at the close of in itiation.

79


C L A S S OF 1953

and

r\ e O e se 9 "1h n si s r o ,- owe w a de

Son g"

Memories of c lass sports, socials, prayer meeti ngs, a n d campus ach ievements w i l l l o n g rem a i n with each m e m ber

of the ! u n ior c l ass.

The year of 1 952 was off to a good start with an e n joya b l e c l a ss party, a n d c l osed with the memora b l e j u n ior足

sen ior banq uet; between these activities was a year fu l l of study, fun a n d compa n i o n s h i p .

T h e a r m e d forces h ave c l a i med m a n y cl ass m e m bers, a m ong t h e m J erry R iggs, c l ass president. I n spite of the de足

crease in e n rol l m ent, the cl ass has u p h e l d its reputation with h i g h scholastic a c h ievements, a good record in basket足 b a l l a n d footba l l , a n d spiritual advancement. With confidence, the c lass of '53 l ooks forward to its sen i o r yea r.

J . D . I rw i n , Sponsor; P a u l Jor son, President; V i r g i n i a Rage

Secretary; Wilma Crook, StudE

Cou n

c

i I

Representative; B揃

Green, Vice President; Bill Rc

Treasurer.

80

Clvde Su mpter pours his heart out i n a h u morous reading i n chapel.


JUNIORS

ANDERSON, JESSE

The C o l lege Qua rtet sounds off at the opening school party

B A I L EY, G L E N N B A I L EY, JAMES

ABBOTT, JACK ADAMS, GLEN

A L D E R SO N , DICK ATWOOD, E R N EST

BANKS, MARY B EN N ETT, ROWENA B I R DWELL, LEO

BOLERJACK, F RANCIS B R I TT A I N , BETT I E BOZEMAN, JOE B R OW N I NG, CAROL

BULLOCK, FOY CAMPBELL, PAU L I N E CEARLEY, J EAN I N E CHENOWETH, MAX I N E COATES, LOLA MAE

R?


CLASS OF 1953

CONNALLY, S U E

Surely, Santa, you have something there for Art!

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CONRAD, HOWARD CORNWELL, DON

G A R D N E R , DONNA G EORG E, CANTLEY

AUST I N , LEO GORE, G E N E

COSTON, DOR I S COURTNEY, M I K E CROOK, W I LMA

DAV I S , D E LLA DAV I S , MARGERY DICK, KEN D I C K E RMAN, ALVIS

D R Y E , JONAH

,?: I

.....

EATON, W I LDA EDWA R D S , V I R G I N I A EDWA R D S , WAYNE E LL I S , TOBY

83


JUNIORS

GUY ETT, L E ROY

O u r pre-med Joe Diffee seems to have serious eye trou b le

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HALE, MARJ O R I E H A RG R OV E , MAB L E N E

GRAHAM, PEGGY G R E EN, BOB

G U N N , GORDON

H A R ROD, VAN I TA HART, A N N HATLEY, MELVIN

HODGSON, J EAN I N E HOOTS, BOB JOHNSON, GARLAND JOHNSON, PAUL

JONES, R ICHARD KETCHUM, BETTY K I F E R , NEVA ZOE

f � -

K I NG, ANNA N E LL KNUTSON, R IC H A R D

84

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/


CLASS OF 1953

K R E I E, J O

Second semester begins as a l o n g l i n e f o r m s in the r e a d i n g room K U N G E L , E L I ZABETH LaDUE,

ELDRED

PA R K E R , CLA R E N C E

\\

P E R K I N S , E DW I N

POW E R S , WADE

LAMBERT, T E R RY L E F F E L , BOB LEMAY, MORA J A N E

L I T T L E , BU DDY Mci N N I S , J ETTA MAE MA R T I N , TOMMI MEADOR, N E LDA

M I YAN I S H I , BARBARA MOOR E , G E N E MORGAN, S U E M U R RAY, MODENA NANC E , JACK

85


JUNIORS

ROG E R S , V I R G I N I A

At the C h ristmas party, Grandma C u l ley te lls the folks how times have cha nged ROSFELD, J OHN R U S H I NG, UL US

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RAY, B I LL

..

;

R I D E N O U R , W I LL I AM

..)

i' I

R I GGS, J E R R Y R O B I NSON, CLARA

SANDERS, DON S A UER, V E R DA S H I PPY, V I DA

SHORT, FAITH STALLINGS, L E S L I E STAR K , JAMES STEELE, L E E

STOWE, JO ANN SUMPT E R , CLYDE SUTTON, K E N N ETH TAPLEY, JAMES T E R RY, VANETTIA


CLASS OF 1953

THOMA N , DEAN

Looks like C loro Robinson o n d Jerry Demetre think they're getting a bad d e a l TOM P K I N S , RALPH TRANSUE,

EARL

W I LSON, RAY WOODCOCK, G EORGE

WOOL R I DG E , SYBLE WR I G H T , PAL

TRYON, CHARLES TRYON, LOTT I E BROWN TYL E R , J U N E L L E

T Y L E R , W I LLIAM T U R N E R , F R ED WADLEY, MA R G I L WALRAVEN, MAU R IC E

WAT A N A B E , GRACE WATSON, NAOMI WH I T E , LYNN W I L L I AMS, V I R G I N I A W I L L i NGHAM, E L B E RT


CLASS OF 1954

o n or s" do th e h i n so n " b Ro s. r M p ar ty . Pr of. on d

ph o m ot th e So

or e chil i

Wise to the ways of col l e g e l i fe, t h e sophomores ret u rned to t h e c a m pu s of B-PC. With g reat ex pectations t h ev

began to p i o n the yea r's activities. A c h a n g e from the o l d type of fresh m a n i n itiation to a new was t h e f i rst d i fferent proce d u re o f t h e year. Another c h a n g e was the break from the old tradition of having a b a n q uet to an a i l - d a y out· i n g on ba nq uet day. T h e outing i n c l uded a n u n forg etta b l e trip to Turner Fa l l s . The sophomores d i d n't neglect the c u l ­ t u r a l side o f l i fe e i t h e r ; e a r l i e r i n the year a fo r m a l tea was h e l d . Both events were e n ioyed t o t h e f u l l est exte nt. In October, the sophom ores went all-out for a h a y r i d e to Camp Don S h e l l ey where a c h ili su pper was held for a! I class m e m bers. T h e s u p pe r was fo l l owed by a moo n l i g h t ride a r o u n d Lake Hef n e r . Excepti o n a l l y g o o d sportsmen w e r e f i e l d e d by the so p h o m ores-th e i r basketba l l tea m f i n i shed n e a r t h e top, a n d th e i r other tea ms made a good showi n g . Wee k l v c i a · < '"•·ave: meeti ngs proved t o b e o f g reat b e n e f i t . A l o n g with t h e other activities-both

re l i g i ous a n d

soc i a l -they a ided i n t h e a l l - ro u n d develo p m e n t o f t h e c l a ;s m e m bers.

Ken neth Robi nso n , S ponsor; Lea l De l l Bu rr,

P h i l l i ps,

Secreta ry;

Treasurer;

Bill

Velvc

S u l l i van

President; Cordova H a g i n , V ic{ President;

Bill

Burch,

Cou n c i l R e p resentative.

88

Sophomore sextet sings 1 n c h a pe l .

Stu den


BAK E R , PEGGY J A N E BA R N H I LL, IVAN BALDW I N , GEORGE B E N N ETT, RAMONA BENN ETT, V E RLON

BLANCHARD, H E N R Y P BOHANNAN, GRADY B R I TT , BOB BROOKS, TROY

BROWN, CHARL Y N BROWN, DOROTHY M . B U R C H , B I LL

A L B E RTON, MARY BETH

B U R R , VELVA CLEGG, LUT H E R

ALDRICH, BOB AYRES, S H I R L E Y NOR E N E

C L I FTON, LEONA

SOPHOMORES 90

Peggy seems t o think s h e is going tn t:�o n i f"'' \1 +hie

n n n-t o


C O E , MARGA R E T J A N E C O N R A D , G R E E TA R U T H COO P E R , RONALD COP E, EVA M A E COSTON, ALTON

DAVIS, B ETTY DAYH O F F , LA V E R N A DICK, RHEA D I C K ERMAN, D O R I S

D I NW I D D I E , E M I T DOGGETT, B E N NY DOROUGH, CAROLYN

F E U RTADO, JACK

E L K I NS, THOMAS E L L I OTT, F R A N K

FLOW E R S , L E N O RA GARN ETT, EM I L

EVANS, G E R A LD I N E

CLASS

OF 1954 Watch out, Peggy, it might be a fra>g

91


GOODMAN, N E LDA GRAY, BONI� I E G R I F F I T H , LETA MAE HAG I N , COR DOVA H A I R , JAM ES E V E R ETTE

HARROD, MARJ O R I E H A R T E R , BETTY J EAN HAW K I N S , NAOMI G E O R G E , H E I DR ICK

H EM B R E E , LOU I S E H E R R IC K , RALPH H I LL, THOMAS W

G I B BS, D R U S I LLA

H I GHTOW E R , W I LMA H I M E S , HAROLD

G L I D D E N , Z E L LA GOOD E , H ER B E R T

HOLLIS, J E W E L

SOPHOMORES 92

Well, t h e ARROW staff women look better


H O R ST, D O R I S HOUS E, CLA R I EC E HOWLA N D , E R N EST H U H N K E , A L F R E DA H U N T E R , DALE

H UTCH I NS , W I N EVA I S HAM, HAROLD JAHDE, L I LA JANUARY, JAMES

JOHNSON, E U N I C E JOHNSON, W I LLIAM 0 J O N E S , BARBARA

LAMB E R T , MAD I E

J O N E S , CHARLE S E . KASTNE R , A R T

LANDTROOP, DOYCE LONG, CLAUDE

K R E I E , RUTH

CLASS

OF 1954

93


M E RR ILL, KENN ETH M I L L E R , JOEL M I L L E R , W I LLIAM M I L L N E R , DOROTHY MONTGOM ERY, WAYNE

MOOR E , MARTHA MOO R E , MAU R ICE MOWRY, J IM MOYE R , V E R TA

M U R RAY, BARBARA MYERS, A R T H U R MY E R S , B E V E R LY

LOUTHAM, LYNN

McA R TH U R , J U N E McA L L I S T E R , B E V E R LY

MACKEY, J A N ET MEAZELL, NORMAN

McCLA I N , BOYD

SOPHOMORES 94

ThP. little vindow vioer h a s come!


McCOLLOM, R U S S E L McCOMAS, S U N N Y McDA N I EL, J O E McFARLAND, BETTY NOF F S I N G E R , DEAN

NUTT E R , MARY B ETH OG DEN, LOR E N OYL E R , CALVI N PADEN, B E R N A R D

PATTE R SON, ALMA RUTH PAY N E , JOY P EN D L ETON, JOHN

P E N N E R , DOROTHY P E R RYMAN, N ITA R A E

P H I L L I PS , E LA I N E PH I LL I P S , L E A H D E L L

P ET E R S , THOMAS

CLASS

OF 1954 ('"'\,..... "" 1+

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95


RAYME R , GERTRUDE RICE, COLEEN R IC H EY, JAMES ROPER, D E N Z I L ROUGEAU, C O R I NDA

R U N N E L S , FAYE R U S H I N G , DOT RUTLEDGE, DAVI D SCALES, EULA MAE

SCAL E S , K E N N ET H SCHOFIELD, WALT E R SCHUMANN, R ICHA R D

PRENTICE, C A R L

SCUDDAY, W E N D E L L S E A R S , K E IT H

P RE N T I C E , GEORGE P R I C H A R D , WALTER

SHAW, J O Y

SOPHOMORES 96


SLOAN, A L F R E D S M I T H , K E N N ETH SMITH,

LORA J A N E

S M I T H , P A UL S N OW BA R G E R , WYNONA

SPOON , D A R R EL L STAHLY, R O B E RT S T E E L , R U BY STAFFORD, ONUS L .

STOWE, GU- R E E STROMAN, J O H N STROUD, CHARLES

TACKETT, C H A R L E S

S U DDUTH, PAT SULLIVAN, B I L L

TAYLOR, J O H N D. TAYLOR, S H E RMAN

SYKES, J I M

CLASS

OF 1954

97


TW I N I NG , HAROLD TYL E R , HAR OLD TY L E R , V I R G I L E. U L R I C H , BOB

VANDYNE, GLEN VAN P ELT, E L D R E D WA I T S , E LO I S E

WAL K E R , R E B ECCA WALTON, V ICTOR IA

WH I T E, DOTT I E

O R N DO F F , PA U L T E R RY, K E N N E T H

SOPHOMORES OP


W H I T E , T H EONA WH I T S ETT, DON WIENS, ARTHUR W I L L IAMS, DOROTHY

W I L L I AMS, ROBERT W I LSON, V I O L E T W ITTLER, EMMA L E E

WOODCOCK, ALLEN WOODCOCK, VA L I DA

DANNER, DICK

YOES E L , J E R R Y

VAN D E R G R I FT, BETTY Z I MMERMAN, R O B E R T

CLASS

OF 1954

99


CLA S S OF 1955

h e ar er Ge n e S

re

\1 e rl Th e N et pr esen t s

o n ds

W "Ith

a so n g .

As h a p py-go- l u c k y g re e n i es, the fres h m e n a r rived o n the B-PC c a m p u s l a st September to beg i n t h e i r col l e g e c a reers. Pro b a b l y n o n e o f them wi l l ever forget those f i r st d a y s o f e x pectat ion w h e n they f o u n d the msel ves perched on the thres h o l d of four years of col l eg e . The g r e e n n ess beg a n t o wear o f f a s t h e frosh took the i r p l a ces i n the c l assrooms, dorm itories, ath l etic eve nts a n d a l l other phases of co l l ege l i fe. Ma k i n g the tra n s i t i o n from h i g h school to col l ege i n g ood fash i o n , t h e c l ass is o u t t o m a k e for itse l f a n a m e i n t h e a n n a l s of B - P C . With strong e n t h u siasm a n d loya lty, t h e fres h m e n e n te red i nto t h e ath l etic prog ra m . They were c a pa b l e e n o u g h to p u l l a f e w u pset v i ctories fr-om u p per-class m e n i n a l l s p o rt events. C l ass meeti ngs, p r a y e r meet i n g s , c h a pel pro­ g rams, pa rties and the s p r i n g b a n q uet a t Beve r l y's H i d e a way added to the b u sy year. Profesor J

Robert Emel was e l ected spo nsor of the group; h e led t h e m ably in a l l their activities.

J . Robert E m m e l , Sponsor; J a c ­ q u etta D e F o y d , Treasurer; J e rry Demetre, Hall,

V i ce

P resident;

Secretary;

Pres i d e n t ;

len

U m sted Back,

Cou n c i l R e p resentative.

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Student


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AMBRO, PAUL AU BR EY, GAYLAND BACK, LEONARD BAILEY, COLLEEN L. BALES, NORMA

BALLEW, CAROL BASS, DWIGHT BASSHAM, R A YDEAN BATEMAN, J U L I A

BAXT E R , W E N D E L L BEALS, CLIFFORD BIBB, EDGAR F .

A LTES, TROS S I E

B E NTLEY, FAE B E R RY, J E N N I E M.

A R NDT, D A R R EL L A RNDT, LOWELL

BERR Y, RUTH EVELYN

FRESHMEN 1 02


B LA I R , CLAR ITA BOGART, J OHN BOND, MAR I ON K I NG BOWMAN , ALMA D . BOWMAN , CLAR ETT A MA E

BOWMAN, J O H N J B R E N N EMAN, MARTHA B R ITT, HELEN

E LIZABETH

B R OW N , DOROTHY L E E

BROWN, GRACE B ROW N I NG, EDWA R D BUGH, DW IGHT

CALHOUN, G E N E

BUCHAN, L ES L I E G E RALD BLU E , JAMES MA RLON

CALL i E S , I LA J U N E CAMPBELL, R O B E RT

B U R KHART, PA R K D .

CLASS

OF 1955 1 03


C H A R TON, PAT R I C I A A N N CH EATWOOD. B EV ER L Y C H E R RY , BETTY CLOS E, D E LVA COLE, J E R R Y

COON, G LO R I A L E E COOP, J OYCE A R L E N E COURTN EY, P H I L L I P COX, FAYE

COX, JACK CRANSON, DONALD CRAWFO R D, MA R G I E

CAR L I S L E , LAV E R N E MAR I E

CRAWFORD, NANCY C R E NSHAW, S H I R LEY MAY

CHADW I C K , MARY L E E C H A N D L E R , E LS I E GAYLE

C R O U C H , CLEVA MAE

FRESHMEN 04


C U R RY, R O B E R T L E E C Y P E R T , L E N A R UTH DAMEWOOD, L EOLA DAV I D S O N , JO E L L E N DAV I S , BARBARA J U N E

DAV I S , C H A R L E S M E � L I N DEAN, A N N I E R U T H D E FOYD, JACQU ETTA DEMETRE, J ERRY

D I R K S E N , L I L L I E MAE DODSON, ANN DUNN,

H. H .

E LL I S , DOY L E E U G E N E

EAGON , L E N O R A EAGON, MARG A R ET

E L R O D, B E T T Y JAN E E N T E R L I N E , N O RMAN L E E

EDMONDS, SAM U E L

CLASS

OF 1955

1 05


F I S H E R , CLYDE L E E F I S H E R , LOIS A R L E N E F I TZGERALD, DONALD FLETCH E R , DOUGLAS FOLSOM, BOB B I E

FORSH E E , PEGGY F R ENCH, DEJUANA G A R D N E R , JANE G I L LHAM, J . D.

GIRE, JODENE GOODSON, W I LLIAM KENNETH GOULDEN, A RLEY

ETH R I DGE, CORA ANN

GOULDEN, DAR R E L L G R A N G E R , K E N N ETH

E V E R ETT, GRACE F A R R , BUDDY

GRAY, FABLE NAOMI

FRESHMEN l 6


G R E E N , RAMONA G R I PO N , EULA L E E H A L E , LOVETA HA L E, JACK HALE, RO B E R T

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HA L L , DALE RAY HALL, F E R N ELLA

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H A L L , V E R A NAD I N E H A M I LTON, PAUL L E R OY

HAMPTON, JOYCE HARPER, MARK DAVI D H A R R I S , B I LLY J O E

H ES S , LEON DEAN

H ELSE L, CHARLES H EMB R E E , RO BERT FLOYD

H I LL, EDWA R D HOCKER, MARVIN L E ROY

H E N D E RSON, JOYCE

CLASS

OF 1955

1 07


J E N N I NGS, J EA N N E N E J O N E S , M A R Y J A N ETTE JORDON, B I L L I E J USTICE, C LA U D E G E N E KAUNADY, R U TH

K E H R , DO R I S L U C I L L E K E H R , EMAN U E L K E LLEY, F RANCIS K I MBROUGH, MA R Y

K N UTSON, J EA N E L IZABETH LACKEY, GEORGE LAMAR , ROSE FAYE

I C E , C H A R L ES H U N T E R , EVER ETTE

LEACH, DONNA LEE,

B I LLY

IMEL, JACK LEON I NGLE, DELLA LEE

L E E , B I LLY WAYNE

FRESHMEN 1 08


L E HMAN, LOWELL L E W I S , LOR E N L I N DLEY, BOB MAR N E R , G E O R G I A MART I N , STE P H A N

MAYO, H EWEY MEES EY, DALE M I LL I CA N , CAROLYN M I LLICAN, NORMAN

MOBLEY, O R V I LLE MONTGOMERY, W I LMA FAYE MOO R E , J AC K I E

MEYERS, FLOYD

MOOR E , TOM MOR R I S , BOYD

McLA I N , CHAR LOTTE McCLA I N , N EVA DELL

MUR RAY, DALE

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CLASS

OF 1955

1 09


McGREW, IDA S U E McKAY, STANLEY McK IN L E Y , A L F R E D McNABB, WI LLIAM McREYNOLDS, VEST A MA R I E

NEAL, MARY FRANCES NOFFS I N G E R , J IM N ICHOLS, JAMES OAKES, J EAN ETTE

O'HARA, MARTHA OLI VER, R ICHARD OSBORN, D I C K

McCRAW, FAYE

OWEN S , NOLA J OY C E OXFORD, H A R R Y

McDU F F , P R ESTON McGRAW, DAV I D

O Y L E R , DONALD

FRESHMEN 1 "'


OWENS, SYDNALEA PA D E N , PAUL PAGAN, R E EDA GA I L P A R I S H , F R E D A MAE PA R K E R , R O S EANNA MAY

PATT E R S O N , VESTER PAYTON, OLIN PECK, B E N N YE DON PERSYN, RONALD

P E R SHALL, R ICHARD P H E L P S , ANN PHILLIPS, J A N E L L E

POSEY, DOROTHY

P ITTS, M I L D R E D V I R G I N IA PITTS, UMSTED

POSEY, JAMES POW E R , E L B E R T

POOLE R , P R I C E

CLASS

OF 1 9 5 5

1 1 1


RAY, BOB RAMQU IST, GLORIA J EAN R ECTOR, MARY KAT H R Y N R E N EGAR, WALLACE R I PP E R , NA DENE

R O B E RTSON, G E O R G E R O B E RTSON, O PHE LIA RODGERS, RUTH ANN ROG E R S , JOHN

SANDERSON, D I X I E SAVAGE, DONALD SCOTT, MARY JO

PRATT, S H I R L EY E LA I N E

SCH W E N K , MA R I LY N RUTH S EAGO, BOB B I E N E E L

P R I NC E , F RANCES IMOG E N E

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P U G H , BARBARA

S H I ELDS, D O R I S J U N E

FRESHMEN 1 12


S H O R T , J I MMY S I MMONS, DEAN S I MMONS, TOT S I E SLOAN, W I NONA SLOA N , ROY

S MI T H, A L I CE MAR I E SMITH, A R T H U R SMITH, NORMA D E L L SNOWBA R G E R , MAR I ON

S T E E LMAN, BOBBY STEWART, MA RSHALL S U LLIVAN, I N EZ I R E N E

TEAGUE, MYRNA U N R U H , L E O N A GRACE

TABOR, H E L E N TAYLOR, R U BY JO

VAU G H N , B I LLY VON S EN DEN , ALDA J EA N

TAYLOR, T H E LMA ROWE N E

CLASS OF 1955

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WALL, ROY WARD, CLARA IMOG E N E WA R D , N EVA D E L L W E B E R , DA R E L YN W E I R, WAULEA CLAUDETTE

WESTMOR ELAND, M E R LY N WH I T E , BETH W I E N S , EDWA R D W I LLIAMS, DONALD

WI LLIAMS, DOR I S L . W I LLIAMS, F R E D D I E W I LSON, R ET A M A E

WAGNON, RAMONA RUTH WA LE S, H A R R Y

W I M B E R L E Y , F RA NC E S WOOD, MARGARET

WALDEN, A N N A RUTH WALK E R , J. C

W Y N N E , BA RBARA LEE

FRESHMEN 1 14


BON S E R , ELS I E BOWMAN, L E E CHASE, OPAL COG D I L L , OSCAR D I LLA R D , WI LMA

GANSHORN, CAROL G E U R I N , CARL HANDLEY, JAMES LAMBERT, JOHN

MA IDEN, EULA MAE MAR E T , EDITH MY E R S , JOAN

R IGGS, MARV I N ROUGH, B I LL

STE ELMAN, VEN N I E LOU I S E .Y AEDE, EDWIN

S H EA R ER , G E N E

SPEC IALS 1 15


WANDA RHODES

FRANCIS OAKES

HERB STEELE

JOHN K NIGHT

TOMMY FOUST

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AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN

U NIVERSITIES AND COL L E G E S


JOHN K N IGHT, lakeland, Florida

John

has broug h t pleasu r a b l e l isteni n g

t o a l l of u s with h i s f i n e s i n g i n g . He served as Student Coun c i l President this year, a n d

h a s h e l d other i m porta nt positions s u c h a s

president of h i s sophomore a n d j u nior classes, representa足

tive for the school, and a member of the A Ca ppella Choir.


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E LBERT WATSON , Birmingham, Alabama

Versati l e a n d depe n d a b l e, El bert h a s suc­

ceeded i n a l l departments of col lege l i fe .

Reserved b u t a m bitious, h e h a s accepted

a l l tasks faithfu l l y and executed them with

c a re a n d vision. He has been R E V E I L L E ECHO Editor, Senior C l a ss President, and Busi ness Ma nager of the AR ROW.


WAN DA RHODES, A l buquerque, New Mexico Wa n d a is an a l l -rou n d g i r l , h a v i n g excel­

led i n all

sports, a l ways m a i nt a i n i n g her

d i g n ity a n d consideration for others. She h a s a l so pl ayed a

pro m i nent r o l e i n student

govern ment and home eco n o m i cs, her m a ior · department.

Wel l

l i ked

by

down-to-earth

everyone,

C hrist i a nity.

Wa nda She

typifies consecrated,

has

received

a

Good

Sportsma n s h i p Award a n d at the present is Home Econo­ m ics C l u b President a n d Student Cou n c i l Secretary.


FRANCIS OAKES, San Benito, Texas

When in search of Francis, one needed

only to go to the science b u i l d i n g , for he

was a l ways in a l a b of some sort. Francis h a s gone t h ro ug h col l eg e a lways looking

forward to ente r i n g the medical profess i o n .

He has excel l ed schol astic a l ly, socia l ly, a n d i n ath l etics.

He has been President of both Beta S i g m a L a m bda a n d

Honor Society. H e h a s a lso been a m e m be r of t h e "B"

Club.


ELTON WOOD, Bowie, Texas

O u r m issionary a ppoi ntee, Elton has l ived

before us the l ife h e preaches. He a n d h is

wife, Marga ret, wi l l go t h i s s p r i n g to their

charge, the C a pe Verde I s l a nds. O n t h e

ca m p us, E lton has g a i ned repute as a student p reacher and singer and has faithfu l l y served in m a ny capacities足

Gospel Team President, Cl ass C h a p l a i n , a n d Missionary

Ba n d President.


TOMMY FOUST, Parsons, Kansas

. A l i keable fel l ow, Tom m y is f u l l of l a ug h s

a n d good f u n . Whi l e kee p i n g t h i n g s g o i n g

a round the E c h o office this year, h is friend颅

l i n ess a n d cooperative attitude h a ve won for

him many friends. As 路a m i n i ster i a l student,

he has evidenced a si ncere l ove for s p i r itua l t h i ngs. He h a s

contributed m uch t o the school a s R E V E I L L E E C H O E ditor

and a member of the Student Counci l , and has a l so been

active i n Gospel Tea m .


ALICE OSH I RO, H onolulu, Hawaii

Al ice person ifies consta ncy of devotion

and service to others. Com i n g to u s from

Hawa i i, she has made a p l a ce of honor for

herse l f . She has been a loyal supporter of

the school. I ntel l igent a n d reserved, on occasion s h e spark足

les with wit. She has been a school representative and a

mem ber of both Missio n a ry B a n d a n d t h e H istorica l Society.


LECIL BROWN, Searcy, Arkansas

A real talent for lea d ersh i p has taken

Leci l p l a<:: e s at B-PC. Always com petent a n d

d i g n ified, h e h a s taken a n active part i n stu足

dent govern ment. His courtesy, steadfastness

and d i p l om a cy have won for h i m m a n y f r揃iends and posi足

tions o ( i m portance i n c l u d i n g Vice-President, Stude n t Cou n足

cil;

President,

ECHO .

I . R.C.;

and

Business

Manager,

R E V E I LL E


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H ERBERT STEELE, C offeyvil le, Kansas

Everyone knows Herb and a ppreciates h i s

si ncere spi rit. H i s sturdy depen d a b i l ity a n d

conscientiousne�s

h a ve

proved

themselves

u nder tri a l and h ave caused h i m to be a

leader at Betha ny. H is s i n g i n g i n a q u a rtet

was o n l y one outlet for h i s loya l ty a n d enth usiasm for the

school H e h a s served as Business Manager of the R E V E I L L E ECHO, S e n i o r Cl ass Vice-President, a n d i n the A Cappe l l a

Choir.


Evel y n has been active i n ca m pus activi足

ties and organ izations s ince her fres h m a n

yea r. I n addition t o h e r d uties as housewife,

she sti l l has m a i ntai ned a h ig h scho lastic

average. Ed itor of the 1 952 ARROW, she has a l so been

president of the Treble Choir, secretary of the Beta S i g m a

L a m bda, a nd a mem ber of t h e honor society.


WI LBUR BRA N N ON, Tulsa, Oklahoma

A g reat fel low, Wi l bu r-f u l l of jovial ity

a nd pra n ks on the su rface, but beneath l i es

a deep spi ritual experience. He h a s been outst a n d i n g as a

student eva n g e l ist, a n d

t h o u g h often o u t on meetings, he's ma intained a h ig h

scholastic record a n d h a s a l ways been a l eader on the

c a m pus, h o l d i ng such positions as Gospel Tea m President, C l a ss C h a p l a i n , a n d D i rector of Rel igious Activities.


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L E CJL B R O W N

ElB E R T WATS ON

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DI V ISI O N I I T H E C H A L L E N G E T O SO C I A L ADE Q U A C Y

Chatter in the dorm, the drag, the l aboratories . . . involved discussions at the dining table . . . friendly associations during c l u b meetings at banquets and parties, at cha pel-time . . . ; a l l of these have social impli­ cations.

They form an important part of college life at 8-PC where

opportunities for social participation abound.

The society about the

campus is such that it chal l enges each student to be at his best-to attain a harmony with h is environment and those about him which will enable him to develop each of h is potentialities for usefulness and find for himself a place of social adequacy in the world. "We m ust have the press of the crowd to draw virtue from us." -Patri


FEATURES M U S I C A L P R E SENTAT I O N S LECTURES AND LYCEUMS STUDENT GOVE R N M E NT PUBLICATIONS O RGANIZAT I O N S


IT HAPPENED REV. WESLEY MEEK, Returned Missionary from Africa

R EV. PONDER GI LLILA N D , D. S., San Antonio District

REV. RAYMOND H U RN, Pastor at Norman , Oklahoma

REV. J. DU BOIS, General N .Y. P.S. Secretary

Se n ior A Cappe l l a choir sings under the


IN C HAPEL REV. EARL MOSTELLER, Missionary from the Cape Verde Islands

REV. W ILLIAM FISHER, Evangel ist

REV. DONALD KEITH, Evangel ist

DR. S. S. WH ITE, Editor of "The Hera l d of Holiness"

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REV. C. WM. E LWANGER, Evangelist

Harold Tyler prepares to lea p d u ring the sophomore c h a pel program

R EV. AND MRS. H. T. POTEET, Missionaries from Africa

Sophomore band exposes its lack of talent


R EV. RUSSELL V. DE LONG, Eva ngel ist

REV. EVERETT HOWARD, Missionary to Africa

A typical c h a pel annou ncement

Ken Dick sings "Take a Cold IT . • -

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Jo a nd Bob Green think it's cute when wee Robert Lyn n sticks out h is tongue.

Lucy Crenshaw enjoys h e l ping h usba nd Don with h is studying

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YOUNG MARRIEDS

Mr. and Mrs. C h a rles Ray Jones h a ppily accepted their b a l l and chain December 1 4th, 1 95 1 .

This is probably the first sh irt Wayne Edwards ever ironed, but wife Virginia may be getting ideas.

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yarbrough enjoy rem ďż˝ n 1sc1ng while looking of the '5 1 A RROW.

If Bob Fetters a lways smiles l ike this while d rying d ishes for wife Geneva, h e is certa inly a remarkable m a n .

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GIRL S ' D ORM

Who told that joke?

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Brides? Well, tel l us more g irls .


A typical gab fest in Bud Robinson H a l l .

What's so interesting in the h a l l , girls?

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Bonnie cra n ks the B u d Robinson c a r which seems to be out of gas, as usu a l .


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Kansas City kitties

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We study better with our feet u p

Pajama party

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DORMS

Barber shop h armony

"Don't shoot! You'll drown me!"

Barracks boys sleeping out along the shore of Lake Overholser


FUN AND

Sa nta has gifts for a l l at the C h ristmas party.

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Bill Prince gets hypnotized by Joe Diffee at the se nior tacky party .

It's a sack race at the get-acqua inted party at the Youth Center.


FROLIC

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The gals have fun at the g iant Christmas dorm party.

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Virginia Rogers receives a potted p l a nt from her sleepy heortpal .

Love mixes with food at heartpal time.

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"Gul p! ! Maybe this isn't going to be so easy after a l l ."

It's amazing what a l ittle orange j u ice and a cookie can d o for a person's nerves.

B L O O D M O B ILE B-PC students a n d facu lty m e m bers con足

tributed 1 8 5 pi nts of blood to the Red Cross

when the O k l a homa City Blood m o b i l e v i sit足 ed here February 2 8 .

The good response

from the col l ege placed

Bet h a n y second

among O k l a h o m a col l eges and u n iversities

i n b l ood donations for the a rmed forces t h i s

yea r.

A see m i n g l y e n d I e s s line of B-PC'ers

formed at the Bet h a n y Youth Center, where

the B l ood m o b i l e was l ocated , to make t h e i r donations.

The l u l l before the storm.

S o m e who were giving f o r the

The storm after the l u l l or "Mother told me there would


"You mean there's worse yet to come?"

Ken Dick finds that he has type "0" blood, making h i m a u n iversal donor.

COMES TO B - PC fi rst ti me had a fee l i n g of a pprehension of

what was about to transpire. To others, who had given m a ny ti mes, this was i ust "old

stuff." Professor J. Robert Em m e l 's pint of

blood made a total of five g a l l ons h e h a d donated si nce 1 94 2 .

The Student C o u n c i l i n co-operation with

Dea n E . Boyd S h a n non, took charge of the

blood drive for our col lege. The enth usiastic

response to the a ppea l i s i n d ication enough

that they did a commendable iob.

"Fel lows, thi ng."

tel l you, there's noth ing to it-never felt a

"You bet I'll be contributing again to the Red Cross Bloodmobile"

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C URTAIN

John Knight tells Darrell Moore of the arrival of the king i n "The E m pty Room ."

G i rls of the club d iscuss their plans to combat bird's nest hats i n a scene from "The Bird on Nel l ie's Hat."

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TIME

Barbara Jones seems to be w i n n i n g bashful Wayne Montgomery over in a scene from "An nie's Man."

Warden B i l l Ray Pleads with kil ler C lyde Sumpter as Chaplain J ames J anuary looks on-a tense moment from "The Valiant."

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GIANT BAND I nstrumental h i g h l ig ht of t h i s co l l ege yea r

was

the

Ba nd

H omecom i n g

held

h ere

the

twenty-eighth of Ma r c h . O n t h i s date th ree alumni

of Bet h a ny who

had

received

their

tra i n i n g i n the c l asses of Professor Al bert F.

F itzgerrel brought their b a n d to the c a m pus and g ave a ioint concert with the col l eg e band,

wh ich i s d i rected by Mr. F itzgerre l .

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Prof. Al bert F. Fitzgerrel; B i l l Bohannon, Hydro; O l iver Bald足 win, Atoka; a n d J ames Middleton, Deer Creek-directors.

Band members find diversion in the Drag

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HOMECOMING Visiting bands i n c l uded the band from Hydro,

rected by Bi l l Boh a n no n ; the Atoka band with

l iver B a l d w i n cond ucti n g ; a n d the band from

�er Creek u n der the d i rection of J a mes Mid­ eto n .

T h e B a n d Homeco m i ng , w h i c h proved to b e

great success, w a s o n the biggest i nstrumen-

1 event ever held on this c a m p u s .

Visiting young musicians enjoy themselves a t B-PC

Marion Snowbarger, Joh n Stroman, and Dick Jones seem eager at the reception following the concert.

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T H E L E A R N I N G P R O C ES

Occasio n a l outdoor cl asses add variety to this business of getting educated.

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Students of m a m m a l i a n anatomy squabble over some poor eat's innards.

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One never knows exactly what may happen in chem l a b .


N T H E C LASSR O O M

Home ec d i nners prove to be both cu ltural and educational.

Education classes present projects i l lustrating the use of teaching a ids.

Students taking physical world get a taste of surveying.


CARE E R S C ONFERENCE

Students a n d facu lty a l ike were i nterested

in l iste n i n g in as fourteen successfu l men

a n d women d i scussed tra i n i ng for and op足

portu n ities i n their c h osen professions. The

occasion was the fi rst Ca reers Con ference, w h i c h , it i s hoped, wi l l becom e an a n n ua l

event,

giving

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students g u i d a n ce i n

voca足


D ENVER DEE K I RKLAND, Su perintendent of Putnam City Schools

The facu lty have tea with visiting consultants

HOMER F. MARSH, Associate Dean in

Charge of Student Affairs, 0. U. School of Medicine

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THE

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Staving off those hu nger pains.

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DR. HOWARD HAMLIN, Guest Speaker

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The speaker's table

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Old bachel ors' corner

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OKLAHOMA CITY GOLF A N D C O U N T R Y C L UB 1952 "THE OPEN DOOR"

CLYDE SUMPTER, Toastmaster

Table of facu lty members

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I Wade Powers sings "Th e Song of The Open

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FRE SHM E N BANQU E T APRIL 25th B E V E R L Y ' S H I D E AWAY

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Mr. James Neal Northe gives the address of the evening

The big wigs

More of the speaker's table

To each h is own

Quartet of fresh men sings


SOPHOMORE FE STIVITIE S L A K E M U R R AY O U T I N G 足 APRIL 2 5 th FORMAL TEA-MARCH 2 1st

Prof. and Mrs. Robinson a re crowned king a n d queen at the formal tea .

A segment of the reception l i ne

Boating on lake Murray forms a n exciting diversion

Ken neth Smith and Doc Scudday take to the saddle at lake Murray.

Soph omores a rrive at lake Murray


WORKING THEIR WAďż˝

H i l d reth Brock, Cook

Bob Brya n and Dick J ones, Kitchen H e l pers

A

g roup of

kitchen workers

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Campus painters, plumbers, carpenters, and yard workers

Mrs. Joh nson, Mrs. Garrett, Mrs. Harris-Members of the kitchen staff.

Dishwa s h i n g crew

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F ACULTY RECITAL

RAYMOND PARKER Pia nist

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A LBERT F. F ITZGERREL

J . D. I RWIN

Trombonist

Bass


RUTH TAYLOR Org a nist

LESTER L. D U N N Tenor

RAMO N U N R U H Tenor

BLANC H E GARN ER Pian ist

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GRADUATE RECITALS

PEGGY YARBROUGH Piano

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WENDELL SHARPTON

BETTY WALLACE

Speech

Piano


ELTON WOOD Speech

MARGRETT A SANDERS

G E N E C HAMBERS

Piano

Te nor

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C E RTIFICATE RE C ITALS

MARGRETTA SANDERS Sopra n o YAN ETTIA TERRY, Speech, (right), and WANDA ROGERS, Soprano, (left) .

COLLEEN RICE Piano MARJ O R I E DAVIS Piano

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TRIOS

Girls' Trio: Verla Moyer, Virginia Rogers, Dot Rushing

Treble Choir Sextet: louise Hembree, Mary Jo Scott, Grace Unruh, Olvette Cul ley, Merlyn Westmore land, Helen Britt

Girls' Trio: Wanda Rogers, Velva Burr, Velma Moyer

Saxophone Trio: Dorothy Holcomb, Joe McDaniel, larry Watson

Treble Choir Trio: Wilma Montgomery, louise Hem bree, Olvette C u l ley

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QUARTETS

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John Rosfeld-accompan ist, Gene Moore, John Knight,

lee Stee le, Bill Goodson-accompan ist, Darrell Moore, Herb Steele, Bill Burch

Wade Powers, Robert Hale

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Jesse Anderson, Tommy Garber, John Stroman, Harlan Shippy

Bernie Paden, J im Mowry, Bill Sullivan, Don Wh itsett

Richard Oliver, Pau l Paden, Billy Vaughn, Charles Ray Jones


lYCOCK LECTURE S

The Aycock Lectures, w h i c h were i n stituted i n

1 934 b y D r . J a rrette Aycock, a re condu cted pri­

n a r i l y for those i nterested i n the m i ni stry and

)!her Ch ristian work, but atten d a nce at them a i ­

Nays i n c l udes a l a rge group o f both m i n isteri a l

DR. JOHN R I LEY

J nd lay students. Each semester t h e lectures b r i n g

· o the ca m p u s an outsta n d i ng speaker f o r a week's ;eries of messages.

Dr. J o h n R i l ey, pastor of the C o l l ege Ch u rch

Jt N a m pa, I daho, bro u g h t the fa l l series of lec­

u res this yea r . The scope of h i s s u bject i nc l uded

'the Nazarene m i n ister as a m a n , as a leader,

Js a priest and as a preacher."

The spring group of lectu res were del ivered by

) r . Al bert F. Ha rper, Executive Secretary of the

)epartment of C h u rc h Schools for the C h u rc h of

he Nazarene. The theme chosen by D r . Ha rper

=or presentation was "Ch risti a n Service" as a p­

Ji ied to a l l g roups of Ch rist i a n workers-not o n l y o the m i n iste r i a l students.

The lectures have been a sou rce of inspi ration

Jnd blessing to a l l-fac u l ty and students a l i ke . rhey never fa i l t o b r i ng a dded zeal f o r C h rist i a n ;ndeavor t o t h e c a m pus.

DR. ALBERT F. HARPER

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JUNIOR LYCEUM

THE EVELYN P ITTMAN NEGRO C H O I R EVELYN PITTMAN, Director

On October 20 the i u nior c l a ss presented the Evelyn Pittma n Negro C h o i r in a

l yceu m . T h i s c h o i r has been org a n ized for fourteen years a n d h a s acq u i red a s p l e n d i d

reputation i n the O k l a h o m a C i t y a rea .

Some of the en ioya b l e se l ections the choir presented were "The Lost C h ord," " I ' m

Going t o D i e with a Staff i n my H a n d , " "Water Boy," " Rock ' a My Sou l ," a n d "We

Love America," a composition by the d i rector of the c h o i r .

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;ENIOR LYCEUM Reverend

R.

T.

Wi l l i a ms,

Jr.,

voca l ist a n d N a z a r e n e m i n ister, a n d K e n Wrig ht, nationally k n o w n or­

g a n ist, were presented December 3

i n a l yceu m by the senior c l ass. T h i s w a s t h e t h i rd consecutive y e a r t h e two have a p peared together before the BPC student body in l yce u m . O n ce a g a i n t h e i r popu l a rity was u n dis p uted . A varied prog r a m of musical

se l ections was

presented,

and topped off w it h a m usica l con­ test in w h i c h seve ra l mem bers of t h e a u d i e n ce partici pate d .

REV. R. T. WILLIAMS, JR. and KEN WRIGHT

STUDENT COUNCIL LYCEUM Mr. Edward B r i g h a m , basso pro­ f u nda, was p resented by t h e Stu­

d e n t Cou n c i l October 2 i n t h e F i n e

Arts A u d i to r i u m . M r . B r i g h G m h a s m a d e m a n y o t h e r a p pea r a n ces a t N a z a re n e co l l eges over t h e n a t i o n . I n a d d it i o n t o s i n g i n g , M r . B r i g ­ h a m a l so acco m p a n ied h i m se l f at t h e piano and gave seve r a l d r a m a ­ tic rea d i n g s .

EDWARD BRIGHAM 1 79


M O T O RCADE

Nebraska District

Dal las, Texas, District

Arkansas District

Abilene, Texas, District

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VISITORS

Madi l l , Okla homa

Barnsda ll, Oklahoma

Kansas City District

Ka nsas District

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V OT E HE E


THE STUDENT S ' VOICE

As the d ays rol l by the a c h ievements of the Students

Cou n c i l of B-PC wi l l be recorded .

I n a l l matters of student con d u ct, the cou nc i l endeavors

to foster a n d encourage honor a n d genera l i nterest, a n d

J J O H N KN IGHT Student Council President

l oya lty t o the col l eg e . I t attempts t o l e n d a i d a n d g u ida nce

to student activities, and to act a s a basis of co-operation between students a nd facu lty.

Criticism and co-operation a re deemed necessary, for

t h roug h these e l e ments t h i s g ro u p exists, and only by such

means can it attem pt to f l ourish a s a sou n d i n g board of

student o p i n i o n .

This year the Student Cou n c i l sponsored a n u mber o f

projects s u c h as the get-acq u a i nted, T h a n ksg i v i n g , C h rist足 mas a n d Youth Center parties; the J a m boree; the vol l eyba l l

tou r n a ment; chapel programs; a n d the i n sta l l ation o f a

water founta i n for the science b u i l d i n g .

il .

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WANDA RHODES

l E C i l BROWN

Secretary

Vice-President


fN GOVERNMENT

WILBUR BRA N N O N Director o f Religious Activities

U N L I L MEMBERS:

PROF. JACK RAIRDON Faculty Sponsor

Wilbur B ra n no n , Tommy Foust, Wa n d a R h o d es, F r a ncis Oakes, Bill B u rc h , Prof. J o c k Roirdon-Sponsor, Len Bock,

Evelyn Downs, Lecil

Brown,

l mo Crook, John Knight.

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Clhe Cf<et TOMMY FOUST Editor

The co-operation of the student body a n d the

facu lty mem bers h a s a g a i n made poss i b l e the p u b足

l is h i ng of the Reveille Echo, a col l eg iate paper of high jou r n a l istic sta nd a rds.

Despite the l a c k of extensive form a l tra i n i n g for

such a task, the staff, wor k i n g o n a v o l u ntary basis, has tried

to

p u b l ish

an

u n bia sed

and

i m pa rt i a l

acco u n t of B-PC's news. T o s u p p l e m e n t th is, various features and other items o f genera l student i n terest

were a dded to a l leviate a n d enrich the editions.

The weeks of i nterview i n g , reporti n g , and beati n g

dead l i nes were c l i maxed with two parties a n d t h e a n nual sponsorshi p of t h e Reve i l l e E c h o Basketba l l

Tournament. Co-operation o f a l l four classes m a d e tourna ment participation r e a c h a n a l l-time peak.

This year has seen the completion of the twenty足

ElBERT WATSON

second v o l u m e of the Reveil l e Echo.

Associate E ditor

STAF F M E M B E R S : Buster Powers, T o b y El lis, Darre l l Goulden, J a mes Posey, T o m m y Garber,

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June

McArthur, M a u rice

Moore.


�e 8cho E D I TO R

BUS I N ESS MANAGER

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

TOMMY FOUST

H ERB ERT STEELE

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

HERBE RT STEELE

Business Manager

ELBE RT WATSO N

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _

Reporters Arley Gou l d e n , · Buster Powers, J a c k Feurtado, D a rrell Gou lden, Joel M i l ler, Ma rion Snowbarger, Joe McD a n iels, Tom m y Garber, D e a n Hess, C h a rles Stipe. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

Sports Ed itor

Sports Reporters

Society Editors_

_ _ _ _ _

Maurice Moore

Wa l l y Renegar, Dick Al derson

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Toby E l l is, Peggie Yarbrou g h

Feature Writers _ C a rol i n e Doro u g h , C h a rlotte Mcla i n Wi l bur Bra n n o n , J o h n K n i g h t C o l u m n ists Typists

_ __ _ _ _ _

I

I

J e r r i e Nored, Peggy Gra h a m

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___

Photog rapher

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Circulation Mm10ger

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

Facu lty SponsC'r

Arthu r S m ith

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D a l e H u nter

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ ____

Earl Greer

A RTHUR SMITH a n d ARLEY GOU LD E N , Staff Photographers; P R O F . EARL G R EE R, Sponsor. STAFF MEMBERS: Joe McDaniels, Peggy Gra h a m , Dale H u nter, C h a rlotte Mclain, J e r rie Nored, Arley G o u l d e n .

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FROM THE E D I T O R 'S D E S K

Here's your ARROW. It's taken a l o n g year to put

MRS. EVELYN CAROTHE RS DOWNS, Ed itor

it together. We're more t h a n g l a d to be through .

It's become a bit tiresome t o spend l o n g hours of

the s p r i n g d a ys down in a

dark

basement room

poring over copy a n d p ictures, but it's been f u n .

It's d i fficu lt t o g e t everyth i ng i n a yearbook, b u t

our m a i n i d e a t h i s y e a r has been t o g e t our school

i nto the book-its p u r pose, scope, and c h a l l e n g e .

The way that e a c h o f us h a s respon ded t o these t h i n g s the school has offered u s is the i m porta nt

t h i ng-the t h i n g that wi l l count in the future as we beg i n to g ive out from

we've h a d here.

MRS. CAROL LUNDY,

LUTHER C LEGG,

Sponsor

Associate Editor

the store of experience

Members of t h e A R R O W Staff: De J ua n a J o n es, Rhea Dick, R o n a l d Cooper, W a n d a R h o d e s , M a r i l y n De Long.


It's a n odd t h i n g , but one s i m p l y c a nnot catch the

good o l d school spi rit a n d i m prison him between two covers of a book. He's far too i n ta n g ible. But we

hope,

and

have kept it

in

m i n d throughout the

p l a n n i n g of the book, that when you look through

t h i s AR ROW, t h i n g s will come to your mind that w i l l

rem i n d you o f t h e fact t h a t there's no place q uite l i ke good old B-PC.

Our tha n ks to a fine staff who've been i n dispensi足

b l e i n h e l p i n g get out the book. Roses espec i a l l y

ELBERT WATSON, Business Manager

t o the associate ed itor, t h e busi ness m an a g er, a n d

the photog rapher, without whom w e could n't have

succeeded . And one cou l dn 't f i n d a better sponsor than Mrs. Carol Lu ndy. She and our l iterary advisor,

Miss Corr i n e Kauffm a n , h ave a l ways been ready to h e l p a nd lend a word of encouragement.

And, fina l l y, our t h a n ks to a l l the students a n d

faculty for their cooperation . W e hope each of you

w i l l e n joy your '52 AR ROW t h roughout the years

to come.

HAROLD TYLER

MISS CORR I N E KAU FFMAN

Photographer

Literary Advisor

STAFF MEMBERS: Jerrie Nored, Tommy Garber, Dwight Bass, Carolyn D o ro u g h , Anna Nell K i n g , Pegg y Gra h a m .


A CAPPELLA CHOIR Each yea r the A Cappe l l a C h o i r presents a h i g h l evel of per­

form a n ce in a repertoire ra n g i n g from Negro spi ritua l s a n d fami l iar h y m n s t o d i ff i c u l t c l assic a l a n d modern com positions.

Some of the outsta n d i n g n u m bers g iven this year were " Entreat

Me Not To Leave Thee," by Don V a n d e n berg; " Ezekiel Saw de Whee l , " by Roy C h a r l es; " S i n ner L i ke Me," by C . J. Butler, a n d "Crown H i m K i n g o f Glory," b y Tschai kowsky.

The A Cappe l l a does more t h a n j ust s i n g with f i n esse; the

students who make up its mem bersh ip have been trai ned by Pro­

fessor Lester D u n n , their d i rector, to i nterpret music in a spirit of wors h i p . Their s i n g i n g is not less refined because it is s i n g i n g i n t h e spirit.

The c h o i r h a s m a d e its a p pea r a n ce t h i s year at Sh awnee,

D a l las and O k l a h o m a City c h u rcheo, and at the O k l a h o ma Edu­

cation Association Convention, the Greater Oklahoma City Holi­

ness Conve n t i o n , a n d the T r i n ity Preachers' Convention. They

h ave a lso sung for two wed d i ngs, a n activity new to the c h o i r .

A Cappella members board t h e bus w h i c h w i l l take them to a weekend service.

T h e choi r's a n n u a l t o u r over a section of the education zone

President

is a n event to w h i c h a l l those i nvolved look forwa rd. The scope

of this yea r's tour wi l l i nc l u d e O k l a h o m a , Arka n sas, Ka nsas a n d

Misso u r i . T h e c l i m a x of t h e season wi l l b e t h e a ppearance of the A Ca ppel l a Choir at the General Asse m b l y in

Misso u r i .

ROW

1:

Wa n d a

Kansas City,

Vice-President

Rogers, Rowena

Chaplain

B e n n ett, Marg retta Sa nders, A i d a J e a n vonSe n de n , Wi l ma

Moyer, V e l • a B u rr, B o b b i e Seago, V e r l a M o y e r . ROW

2: 3:

_ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

Sec'y a n d Treasurer

D i rector

S n o w b e r g e r , D o t R u s h i n g , P r o f . Lester L . D u n n . ROW

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

H a ro l d West l u n d

_ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

C rook, Marga ret

Darre l l Moore

_ _ _ _ _

Wood,

_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

B e n nyedon

Peck,

Bi l l P r i n c e

Herbert Steel e

Lester L . D u n n

Ca rol

Brown i n g ,

Wynona

Coleen R i c e , V i r g i n i a Rogers, J ea n i n e Hodgson, C h a rlotte, Mcla i n , M a r i l y n D e l o n g , lea h D e l l P h i l lips, V e l m a Gene C h a mbers, B i l l G o o d s o n , Gene M o o r e , Lee S t e e l e , D a r r e l l M o o r e , W i l l i a m Ste p h e ns, J . T. M e a d o r , Bi l l

S u l l iva n , Herb Steele, Wade Powers. ROW 4 : Lewis Mason, J o h n K n i g h t, B e r n i e P o d e n , J o h n Rosfeld, Price Pooler, B i l l B u rc h , Robert H a l e, Don W h i tsett, H a ro l d West­ l u n d , Bill Prince. F I RST SEMESTER M E M B E R S N O T P I CT U R E D : Evelyn l mel, C h a rles S t u a rt,

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Gerald

B u c h a n , F r a ncis O a k e s .


r

TREBLE CHOIR The Treble Choir, u ntler the d i rection of Miss V i v i a n

C h a ffee, w a s com posed t h i s y e a r of twenty-five women's voices. The m e mbers a re g iven one- h a l f h o u r cred it each

semester. They meet three cl ass periods per wee k . C h o i r

m e m bersh i p is o p e n by tryouts to w o m e n of a l l c l a sses .

P u b l i c a ppeara nces of the Treble C h o i r hove not bee n

l i m ited to the col l eg e campus; d u ri n g the year it h a s given many performa nces at surro u n d i n g ch u rches.

WI LMA MONTGOMERY AND BETTY C H ERRY do a bit of h ar­ monizing with Miss C haffe.

Pr·esident __ _ _

Vice- President

_

Sec'y a n d Treasu rer Prog ram C h a i r m a n

_ _ _ _ _ __ Wi l ma Montgomery

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ Fern H a l l

There ore several d uet, trio, and q u a rtet a rra n g e m e nts

with i n the c h o i r . Sacred m us i c is given m u c h emphasis, but cl assic a n d sem i -c l a ssics are a l so favorites.

The choir is d istinctly C h r i st i a n i n its bel i efs and practice.

It has en riched the l ives of its m e m bers a n d g iven them

a desi re to wors h i p a n d serve C h r ist thro u g h m u sic.

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Betty Cherry _Dorothy H o l co m b

�OW 1 : Barbara P u g h , Totsie S i m m o n s , Vesta McReynolds, M e r l y n Westmo reland, L o u i s e H e mbree, F e r n H a l l, M a r i l y n Schwenk, M o r y J o Scott, Faye Bentley, Prof. V i v i a n

:h affee.

R O W 2 : lenora F l owers, D e l l a I n g l e, Dorothy M i l n e r, J o d e n e Gire, Rose l a m a r , E v a M a e C o p e , I re n e S u l l i v a n , Foye C o x , O l vette C u l l ey. ROW

Groce U n r u h , Betty C h e rry, Betty M c F a r l a n d , Dorothy H o l c o m b, S h i r l e y Ayers, W i l m a Montgomery, A l rr.a Ruth

3:

H e l e n Britt,

Patterson, J a c ki e Hoxsey, D e l o res C h eatwood.

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MALE C H O IR Professor J . D. I rw i n gave u n reserved l y of h is time a n d

energy t h i s year to h e l p m a ke the Men's C h o i r a success. Working together, the men of the Choir h ave en joyed a

very satisfactory yea r. The choir

made a ppeara nces at W i l l ia ms Memori a l

Church, J e r n i g a n Mem o r i a l C h urch, a nd Eastside C h urch足

a l l of Bethany; and a lso at Yukon, Oklahoma, a nd at the Pen nsylva n i a Avenue C h u rc h in Oklahoma City. They sa ng

one Sunday eve n i n g

Church.

of each

month at Bet h a n y

F i rst

S p l e n d i d performa nces were g iven by the choir i n chape l

a n d d u r i n g t h e National Music Week, but the biggest event

of the year was the c h o i r tour taken d u r i n g the Easter

seaso n .

T h e i r m a i n objectives were t o s i n g at a l l t i m e s for t h e

g lory of God, a n d t o e n r i c h the l ife of e a c h m e m be r

through t h e med i u m o f good music.

Prof. I rwin pulls a pun for the boys. President

_ _ _ ________ _________

Vice-P resident

Sec'y-Treasurer

C h a r l es Ray Jones

__________________

Thomas Garber

_____________________

B i l l Garber

Reporter ------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Tommy E l k i n s

Acco m p a n ist

________ _ ___ _ __ __

J acq uetta d e Foyd

ROW 1: Gene Sharer, J i m Sykes, Dick Osborne, Doyle Ellis, Billy Va.ughn, Tommy Garber, Jacquetta Defoyd-accompa nist. ROW 2: Bill Garber, Paul Paden, Pat Courtney, Maurice Moore, Joel Miller, Kenneth Scales, Mike Courtney, Bob Hodgson, Prof. J . D. I rwin. ROW 3: Glenn Van Dyne, Jim Mowry, Marion Snowberger, Umsted Pitts, Harlan Shippy, Bob Hoots, Charles Ray Jones.


PRAYER AND FASTING Prayer a n d Fast i ng is a t i m e o f spiritual feast i n g for

those students who spend the hour from twel ve to one o'c l ock i n the College C h u rch every F r i d a y noo n . It is a

t i m e of q u iet reverence; God is h onored in every service.

Prayer requests and r i n g i n g testi m o n ies add i n sp i ration

and e ncouragement i n each service. C h r i st's name is ex ­

a l ted, pra ised a n d worsh i p ped by each member a n d sou l s

f i n d needed strength a n d comfort.

:�yer and Fasting officers pose for the ARROW photogra pher. President

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Vice- Presi dent

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Sec'y and Treasur·er Organ ist

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Sponsor

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Bob Fetters

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Song Leader

Bob Leffel

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Jo Kreie

John Rosfel d

Many d i f ferent speakers have been presented this year

to m a k e u p a varied prog ra m . To c l ose the yea r of Prayer a n d Fast i n g services, a rose service was held d u r i n g w h i c h

e a c h m e m ber cou l d ex press h i s a pprec iation f o r the l ives o f other mem bers.

Darre l l Moore

J a mes Garner

)W 1 ' Neva McC l a i n, Velva B u rr, W i l d a Eaton, J o Kreie, Dr. J a m e s G a r n er, sponsor; J a n e l l a

P h i l l i ps , Doris

Kehr,

I mo g e n e Ward, W y n o n a

Snowberg e r .

ROW

2:

o l a Owens, Tommi Martin, Ramona B e n n ett, J o y D e a n S h a w , L i l l i e Di rksen, S h i rley Crenshaw, Beverley Myers, E u l a G r i p o n , Beverley M c A l l ister,

Laverna

!tty Davis, Doretha Briggs, A n n a N e l l K i n g , Leona C l ifton. ROW

Coates, Sydn a lea

3:

D e l o res Cheatwood, E l a i n e P h i l l i ps, F l o rence Rosfeld, C a rol H a y n es, Lola

wens, Peggy Baker, Jewel H o l l is, C l a ra Robinson, Jetta M a e M c i n nis, Emma Lee W ittier, S h i r l ey Ayers, J o Ann

Petty. ROW 4, Bill

Mae

B u rc h , W i l m a

Dayh off,

Crook, P a l Wright,

>rdova Hagin, leah D e l l P h i l l i ps, Della Davis, Dick Osbo r n , Elton Wood, John Ro;feld, Emanuel K e h r. ROW 5 : C h a rles E . J ones, Len B a c k , U msted Pitts, B i l l y V a u g h n , arion Snowberger, Bernie P a d e n , M a u rice Moore, Dwight Bass, Sta n l ey McKay, F ro n k H a g i n , Dwig h t B u g h , Vester Patterson, K e i t h P a g a n , T o m m y Ga rber.

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GOSPEL TEAM Gospel Team serves to create a g reater i nterest i n per足

sonal eva n g e l ism and provi des opport u n ities for C h ristian

service. Meetings a re h e l d each Th ursday eve n i n g on the

third f loor of the educat i o n a l u n it. These serve as a source of i nspiration to many. The services a re under student d i rection with a l a rge n u m ber o f the col lege young people participat i n g .

I n add ition t o these reg u l a r meeti ngs, m a n y members of

gosel tea m g o out i n g ro u ps to h o l d services at various

ch urches on the educati o n a l zone. O n e o f the strongest

spiritual forces o n the c a m p us, Gospel Tea m is ever i n 足

creasing i n membersh i p a n d i nterest. Pal Wright

Herb Steele

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Cordova H a g i n

President

Vice President

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Prof Nor m a n Mil ler

Secretary

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Sponsor

R O W 1 : Velva B u r r , Ruth Kreie, Cordova H a g i n , Pol W r i g h t , J o y S h o w , A n n a N e l l Greeto Conrad, Rosa n n a Porker, W i l da Eaton, J o Kreie,

The officers make with a smile.

Eulo

Gripon,

K i n g , W i l ma C r o o k , Betty D a v i s , L a v e r n e Dayhoff.

Frances Pri nce,

Robinson, Na ncy C rawford, De J ua n a French, Laverne C a rlisle, Beverly McA llister. R O W

Barbara

3:

Pugh,

Merlyn

Westmore l a n d , M a r i l y n

Verto Moyer, C a r o l Ga n s h o r n , O p a l

shaw, Beverly Myers, E m m a Whittier, Dorothy Brown, J e a n K n utson, Wynona Snowberger, Jewel

H o l lis,

Peggy

Baker.

Chase, L i l l i e

ROW 4 : Delores

Fern H a l l , Betty C h e rry, H e l e n Da n i e ls, Gu-Ree Stowe, Wayne Montgomery, Rita Wilson, Syb l e Woolridge, Leah Dell P h i l lips, D e l l a q u ist, Delve Close, Doretha Briggs. ROW 5: B i l l y V a u g h n , Len Back, Marion Snowberger, Bob Hodgson, Herbert Goode, Dwight Bugh, Stanley McKay, F ra n k H a g i n , Keith Pagan.

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Bernie

Paden, M a u rice Moore,

Bill

ROW

Davis,

B u rc h ,

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Loreece

Swenck, Jette D i r ksen,

C h eatwood,

Crawford,

Mc i n nis,

C l a ra

S h i rley Cren足

Ma.ry J o

Scott,

Dick Osborne, G l o r i a Rom足

Dwig h t Boss, Vester

Patterson,


MISSIONARY B AND Cape

Verde I l'"ds

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U nder the c a p a b l e leaders h i p of its president a n d spon - ,

sor, t h e college Miss i o n a ry B a n d h a s m a d e m a n'/ strides of progress i n bette r i n g the spiritu a l tone of the c a m p u s . The

i nformative and i nspirat i o n a l services held each T h u rsday

eve n i n g i n the science h a l l chapel h ave blessed the hea rts of a l l who h ave attended .

Most of t h e m e m bers of Miss i o n a ry Band a r e c a l l ed of

God to the m ission f i e l d ; yet m a ny others a re carrying t h e b u r d e n a n d h e l p i n g t o promote m issions at home a nd

a broad . The group is working together toward the o n e

g reat goal t h e y h a ve i n m i n d-that of h e l p i n g spread t h e news of sa l vation t o the wor l d .

Mr. and Mrs. Elton Wood, Missionary Appointees President

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Vice-President

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Record i n g Sec'y

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Correspo n d i n g Sec'y

Treasurer

Don Owens

F reda Rhodes

Alfreda H u h n ke

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V e l m a Moyer

Wa nda Rhodes

C h a p l i n -- --- -- --- - - - --- - -- --- - -- -Tom m y E l k i n s Sponsor

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Prof. W i m a n

Throug hout t h e y e a r o rg a nized g roups were s e n t out

across the zone for t h e purpose of acq u a i nt i n g t h e peo p l e of the c h u rch w i t h t h e . progr a m of Missionary Ba n d . The

org a nization a l so sponsored a Missi o n a ry E m phasis Week and ra ised money for a specia l project.

The g reatest thri l l afforded to Missionary Band was t h e

a ppoi ntment of two of their choice young people, Mar­

g a ret and Elton Wood, to the m ission field of the Cape

Verde I s l a n d s .

1 : Don Owens, Jerry Demetre, Freda Parrish, Velma Moyer, Theona White, I mogene Ward, Betty Ketchem. ROW 2 : Prof. C. H. Wiman, Nola Joyce Owens,

1mi Martin, Wanda Rhodes, Barbara Jones, Ra·mona Ben nett, Maxine Morris. ROW 3: Gloria Caan, Lola Moe Coats, Florence Rosfeld, James Posey, U msted. Pitts, Courtney, Tommy Elkins, Homer Rogers, Doyle Ellis.

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MINISTE RIAL ASS OCIATION The Beth a ny - P e n ie l Col l ege Min isteri a l Association wm

org a n i zed this year for the p u r pose of prov i d i n g an op­

portu n ity for a l l m i n ister i a l students to col lectively consider,

d i scuss and i nterpret those problems pec u l ia r to the m i n is­ try, thereby i ncrea s i n g thei,- efficiency for service in the Kingdom of God a nd the c h u r c h .

Through t h e o r g a n ization t h i s y e a r the m i n iste r i a l stu­

dents have bee n i ntroduced to many practica l problems of

the actua l m i n istry. The problems-both materi a l a n d spiri­ t u a l -were d i scussed with fra n kness, open - m i nded ness a nd

earnestness, thus m a k i n g possi ble an obiective su rvey a n d

sol ution . The

organ ization

rea l i zed that the

prob lems of the

c h u rch and m i n istry shou l d bE: executed in a wise a nd ob­

iective m a n ner for the best good of the K in gd o m of God a n d the cause of C h rist.

D u r i ng the year there have been seve r a l spea kers a n d

m a n y l ively d iscussions; a m o c k c h u rch board meet i n g ,

a m o c k wed d i n g a n d a l so a s i m u l ated f u n e r a l were hel d .

A.l l o f these activities have lent knowledge to the forth­ coming m i n istry of the m e m bers. The Mi n isteri a l Association

has been as asset that has been a ppreciated by the m i n is­

ter i a l students of the col lege t h i s yea r .

Officers 'mainta i n t h a t pastora l dignity President

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Vice-Presi dent Secretary

Treasu rer Sponsor

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Bi l l Pri nce

Bernie Paden

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J . T. D rye

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B i l l S u l l ivan

Dona l d Metz

L E F T TO R I G HT: E m a n u e l K e h r, Arth u r Myers, Alfred M c K i n ley, R a l p h Herrick, D o n a l d Oyler, K e n n eth Terry, Tommy E l k i ns, Don Owens, B i l l y E. lee, Bob Leffel, Wa d e Powers, O l i n Payton, Dr. W. N . K i n g , G l e n A d a ms, G l e n n Bai ley, R o y Wresche, Bernie

Paden, K e n neth Scales, B i l l S u l l i va n, B o b Green, J o h n Rogers, B i l l Prince, Howarc

H i mes, Pal Wright, J. T. Drye, Gayland A u brey, Bill B u rch, Prof. Donald Metz, Fey B u l lock, Ulus R u s h i ng, R i c h a rd Sch u m a n n , Lowell Arndt, Colvin Oyler, George Wood coc k .

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H OME ECONOMICS CLUB Members of t h e H o m e Economics C l u b i n c l u d e a l l w h o a re m a j o r i n g i n h o m e eco n o m i c s a n d those i nterested i n a n y phase o f h o m e m a k i n g . T h e p u r pose o f t h e c l u b h a s been t o f u rt h e r sch o l a r s h i p,

l ea d ersh i p ,

fel l owsh i p

and

s p i r i t u a l ity i n h o m e eco n o m i c s . T h r o u g h o u t t h e y e a r m e m ­ b e r s o f t h e c l u b h a ve worked together i n promoting a better o r g a n ization a n d i n g iv i n g assista nce to t h e d e p a rt ·· ment. T h e c l u b sponsors, Mi�s Greve a n d Mrs. C a r l so n , h a ve at a l l �imes shown a si ncere i n te rest in each g i r l . They capably d i rected the club i n its a c a de m i c a c h ieve m e nts; yet at the same t i m e they kept before the m e m bers t h e s c h o o l motto-Cha racter, C u ltu re, C h rist . O n e of the o u tsta n d i n g activities of t h e y e a r was a s e m i ­ fo r m a l T h a n k s g i v i n g b u f fet s u p per g i ven u n d e r the d i rec­ tion of Miss D o n n a Brown i n g . The other c l u b pro jects, f i l ms,

The executive council ready for a meeting

a n d work · n i g hts w i l l not soon be forg otte n . T h e c l u b d e m o n strated

success f u l

creative

a b i l ity

by

w i n n i n g seco n d place in the a n n u a l J a m boree decoration contest. Bra nc h i n g out i n to a n other p h ase of a ctivity, the Presi dent

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Vice- President

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Sec'y a n d Treasurer S ponsor

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c l u b a g a i n spon sored

Wanda R h odes

C o u n c i l tou r n a m e n t .

G i orene Brown

in t h e Student

A t o u c h of c u l t ure i n i t s pract i c a l f o r m descri bes t h e

I r e n e Ca r l son

W 1 , J e a n K n utson, Leala Damewood, Barbara P u g h , Martha B r e n n e m a n , C a r o l G a n s h o r n ,

wenk, Betty Davis, Glorene Brown, Wanda

v :J I Ieyba l l team

Home Economics C l u b .

Mod ena Murray

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a

Rhodes, Modena M u rray, Prof.

I re n e

Carlson,

Opal

Chase,

E l d red

La

S h i rley

Due,

C r e ns h a w .

Coleen

Rice,

Row

Vera

2,

Hall,

Virginia J une

Edwards,

McArt h u r.

Marilyn ROW

3,

�etha Briggs, Mariorie H a rrod, N a o m i Watson, Frances Prince, Marilyn D e l o n g , Lanete White, Z e l ia G l i d d e n .

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BETA SIGMA LAMBDA One of the most active orga n i zations at Beth a ny � Peniel

is Beta S i g m a Lambda, the biology club. With Assista nt

Professor Robert G . Lawrence as sponsor, this c l u b does much to promote the i nterests of science o n the c a m pus a n d

a l so b r i n g s t h e b i o l og y �t udents together i n a n org a nization

cond uctive to the further a n ce of common i nterests, service, and fe l l owsh ip.

The prog r a m of the club this year i n c l uded the exch a n g e

of plant specimens w i t h Eastern N a za rene Col lege a n d a

field trip to Price's F a l l s, May 9, w h i c h served not o n l y as

a time for col lect i n g speci mens, but a lso as a splendid out� ing for c l u b mem bers.

Active i n a l l phases of col lege l ife, the c l u b sponsored

a vol ley ba l l tea m which emerged as the c h a m pion tea m of

the Student Cou n c i l V o l l eyba l l Tou r n a ment. The club a lso took first place in the decorations contest for the J a m boree,

w i n n i n g the prize of twenty�five d o l l a rs.

As their club project for the year, the club purchased a

splendid group of one h u n d red t h irty�five stuffed b i rd s from

the House of Yesterday, a m useum at Hasti ngs, Nebraska .

The v a l u e of these b i rds tota l s c l ose to fifteen h u ndred

dol l a rs. A display case was built for the b irds, t h u s be�

g i n n i n g o school museu m , u n its of which may be added from yea r to yea r.

Studying nature President - - -- -- - � - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

V i ce�President Secretory

Treasurer

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Joe D i f fee

J o h n Bumpus

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Rep. at Lorge - �

Fresh m a n Rep.

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J a mes Herrick

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Bob Br itt

Dwight B u g h

FRONT: B o b BrHt, David R u t l e d g e, J o h n B u m p us, A n n Dodson, J i m H e r rick, J o e Diffee, Prof. Robert Lawrence. B A C K : J o e McDa n i e ls, N e l d a Meador, K e n Dick, B a r b a n Miya n is h i , R o n a l d C o o p e r , V i o l e t W i l s o n , E v e l y n D a w n s , R u by T a y l o r , Lena Cypert, B o n n i e G r a y , D a r r e l l G a u l d e n , C l e v a C r o u c h , B i l l R a y , Arley Gau l d e n , D w i g h t BaS! C l y d e Fisher,

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Bill M c N a b b, Cliff Beals.


INTERNATI O NAL RELATIONS CLUB T h e p u r pose of t h e I n terna t i o n a l R e l a t i o n s C l u b is to h e l p its m e m bers to su rvey o b j ective l y wo r l d , n a t i o n a l a n d local situations, t h u s g a i n i n g

better

i n s i g h t i n to

i nt e r n a t i o n a l

a f f a i r s . T h e m e m bersh i p o f the c l u b i s not c o n f i ned to stu 颅 d e n ts m a j o r i n g i n a parti c u l a r f i e l d , b u t is o pe n t o a l l w h o a re i nterested i n c u rrent problems a n d events. D r . J a m es Garner served a b l y as sponsor t h i s yea r . T h e progra m s f o r e a c h meet i n g h a ve been varied a n d i n terest i n g . T h e r e h ave b e e n p a n e l s , g e n e r a l meetings,

p l a y s and

special speakers.

d i scussion

Professor W i m a n

spoke conce r n i n g t h e i nternati o n a l relations betwee n t h e

lorete family and their g uests present a Dutch program for I.R.C. President

Secretmy Treasurer Reporter S ponsor

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C l a ra

len B a c k R o b i n son

one d i scuss i o n . O n a n other occasion the m e m bers l e a r n e d a bout t h e orga n i zation a n d pu rpose o f t h e U n ited N a t i o n s . T h e promotion of world p e a c e was stressed at a l l ti mes.

J etta Mae Mc i n n i s

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G l o r i a R a m q u ist

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i n the native d ress o f t h e N et h e r l a n d s t o s p e a k a bo u t t h e i r cou ntry. T h e Neg roes o f A m e r i c a w e r e t h e m a i n s u b j ect of

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V i ce-Pres i d e n t

U n ited States a n d Peru . N i c k Lorette a n d h is f a m i l y c a m e

Tommy Ga rber

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J a m es G a r n e 1路

I{ 1 , Carolyn M i l l i c a n , V i r g i n i a W i l l i a ms, Gu-Ree Stowe, leona C l ifton, C l a ra R o b i n s o n ,

F l oyd Myers, Tommy Garber, Jetta

lyn West morelan d, A n n a R u t h D e a n , Gloria R a m q uist. R O W Q , Orvi l l e M o b l e y , D r. J a mes Garner, C h a rles

E.

Mae Mci n n is , A i d a J e a n

von

Senden,

J ones, B u d d y F a r r , J i m m y B l u e, len Back, Ray Wii颅

U msted Pitts.

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FUTURE TEACHE RS OF AMERICA The Future Tea c h e rs of America is a i u n i o r d ivision of the Notional Eudcotion Assoc i a t i o n , a professio n a l o r g a n ­ ization f o r teachers. T h e J o h n R . Molt c h a pter of the F . T . A .

w a s org a n ized at Beth o ny - Pe n i e l Col l eg e f o r the benefit of the prospective tea c h e rs on the c a m p u s . P u r poses of the F .T.A. o r e to d e v e l o p a m o n g young people who o re prepa r i ng to be teachers on org a n i zation w h i c h will be o n i ntegra l p o rt of state a n d notional educa­ tion associations, to acquaint teachers in tra i n i n g w ith the h i story, et h i cs, a n d prog ra m of the org a n ized tea c h i n g profession a n d t o g ive t h e m practica l experience i n work­ i n g tog ether i n a democratic way o n the prob l e m s o f the profession and the co m m u n ity. T h e orga n i zation tries to

F.T.A. Officers fa l l i n l i ne

i nterest t h e best you n g m e n and women i n education a s a l i felong career, a n d to g ive t h e m i n s i g h t i n to t h e i r poss i b i l i ­

President

ties for usefu I ness os teachers.

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V i ce-President

Meet i n g s of F . T . A . a f ford many o p port u n ities for l ea r n · i n g a n d f e l lowsh i p . I nterest i n g speakers a n d f i l m s e n l iven

Secreto ry

t h e sess ions of the org a n i zatio n .

Treasurer librarian S ponsor

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Patsy R a i n bo l t

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Luther C l e g g

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Leah D e l l P h i l l i ps

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J o Kreie

J i m m y Bl u e

Dr. Joh n Coleman

2 : D r . J o h n C o l e m a n , R u t h E n g l e , Betty C h e r ry, Ra mona B e n nett, W i l d a Eaton, Patsy . b o l t , M a b l e n e H a r g rove, Betty A d k i ns, T o m m i Martin, Peggy Yarbroug h , C a ro l y n M i l l ic a n . R O W 3: S y b l e Woo l r i d g e , W a n d a R h odes, C a rol Haynes,

R O W 1 : Alice Oshiro, W a n d a Rogers_. J o Kreie, Coleen Rice. R O W Coston, Doretha

Briggs,

Florence

Rosfeld, S h i r l ey

Pratt, Gu-Ree

Stowe,

Gerl d i n e

Evans,

C l a ra

Robinson. ROW

4 : Tommy

Garber,

Della

Davis,

leah

Rain­ Doris Dell

P h i l l i ps, lola M a e Coates, S h i rley Ayers, G e o r g e lackey, Ca ntley George, M e l v i n Pierce, J i m m y B l ue, C h a rles E . J o nes, K e i t h P a g a n , Syd na l ea Owens, Jette Mae M c i n nis, l u t h e r C l e g g .

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T h e Bet h a n y - P e n i e l Col l eg e H isto r i c a l Society, org a n i ze d

r

t h is year u n de r t h e sponsors h i p of Professor Consta nce S p ruce, beco m e t h e f i rst o r g a n i zation of its kind o n t h e c a m pus. T h e society's m a i n p u r pose i s to a i d each st udent i n g a i n i n g a better u nd ersta n d i n g o f h ow t h e study o f h is­

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tory can aid the prese nt-day generation in so l v i n g its world

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problems. , >

Active m e m bersh i p in t h e H istorica l Society i s l i m i ted to h i story m a jors and m i nors. However, a n yone who has t a ke n or i s t a k i n g a t l east s i x h o u r s of h i story o r S oc i a l S c i e n c e 1 1 - 1 2 c a n be a n assoc iate m e m be r . Honorary m e m bers i n ­ c l u d e o i l professors i n t h e d e p a rtment of h i sto ry. In spite o f t h e fact t h a t it i s a new o r g a n ization, t h e society h a s f u n ctioned wel l t h is y e a r w i t h a good atte n ­ d a n ce at a l l o f t h e meeti n g s . P r o g r a m s h ave i n c l u d e d t h e

The officers l i ne up to be shot

prese ntat i o n o f h istorica l f i l ms, ro u n d t a b l e d i scussions, a n d stud ies o n t h e "Boomers" a n d t h e "Sooners." T h e two proj ects of t h e society were t h e d i s p l a y w i ndow

President

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _

Vice-President Sec'y-Treosu rer Reporter

_ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Terry Wuester

pa per conta i n i n g a rt i c l es o f h istorica l i nterest.

E l bert Watson

In t h e future t h e H i sto r i c a l Society w i l l try to so l i c i t m e m ­

Peggy Gra h a m

bers f r o m a m o n g a l l former h i story m a j ors of t h e col l eg e .

To m m y Garber

T h e d r ive i s n o w u n der w a y to m a ke t h e soc i ety a s far­

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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

in Bresee H a l l and t h e "B-PC H istor i a n , " a twe l ve - p a g e

rea c h i n g a s poss i b l e .

W 1,

Prof. Constance Spruce, Terry Wuester, Pegg y G r a h a m , Elbert Watson, T o m m y Garber, D r . Fred Floyd, Prof. J a c k R a i r d o n . R O W

ittler, Ruth

Eng le, Faye McCraw,

Francis

R u nyon, Walter Schofi e l d ,

luther

C l e g g . ROW

3:

A lfreda

H u h nke, Rebecca

Williams,

2:

Carol Haynes, E m m a lee

El bert W i l l i n g h a m ,

Dale

H u nter.

· ! a n Shippy, Wayne Edwards, C h a rles E. J o n e s .

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MUS IC CLUB Three yea rs a g o the Music C l u b was formed with the pur pose of b r i n g i n g more g ood m u si c to t h e students of the col l eg e . The fa c u l ty sponsor· of the c l u b t h i s year was Professor A l bert F i tzgerre l . i\n e f f i c i e n t l e a d e r , Mr. F i tz­ gerrel was on a rdent s u p porter of every a ctivity of the c l u b a n d h e l ped i n t h e various activities t h r o u g h o u t t h e year. Keith Pagan, able president o f t h e c l u b , devoted m u c h t i m e a n d e n ergy t o m a k i n g t h e c l u b

o

s u ccess. A s a resu l t

o f the co m b i ned efforts o f the c l u b mem bers, officers a n d sponsor, the c l u b w a s a b l e t o acco m p l i s h m u c h t h i s year.

T . B u m s West m a n , A.ss istant P r i n c i pa l of the O k l o h o m cr

C i ty Symphony, wcrs presented i n rec ita l by t h e c l u b e cr r l y i n the yea r . M r . West m a n 's v i o l a recital w a s e n joyed by a I o rge student a u d i e n c e . Two c h a p e l p r o g r a m s were spo nsored

by the c l ub­

Professor Lester D u n n 's voice stu d e nts presented a p rog r a m

T. BURNS WESTMAN, viola recita l i st, presented by Music C lub

of sacred c l assics, a n d the col l e g e b o n d g a ve the other c h a p e l prog r a m . The Music C l u b a l so spo nsored the f a l l concert series of t h e B-PC b o n d . Other· activit ies of t h e c l u b i n c l u d e d a session o f l i ste n ­ i n g t o records h e l d each Wed nesday eve n i n g

Pres i d e nt _ _

prior to

V i ce-P resid e nt

prayer meet i n g . The c l u b cr l so p l a n ned a n d presented a

K o m pus S i n g on May l 0, the c l os i n g n i g h t of Music Wee k .

Var ious c h o i r

rep rese ntat ives f ro m t h e dorm itories,

_ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _

Sec reta r· y

T reo s u r e r

the

fa c u l ty, o n d other g r o u ps co:n peted at t h e s i n g . T h e b o n d

Keith A . P a g a n

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Betty Wa l l ace

Peggy Y a r b r o u g h Wa n d a Rogers

P u b l i c ity C h a i r m a n

a n d t h e f a c u l t y q u a rtet a l so took p a rt i n t h i s event w h i c h

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_

_ _ _

_ _

_ _ _ _

J o c k F e u rtado

w a s we l l rece ived .

L E FT TO R I G H T , P r o f . A l bert F . Fitzgerrel, T o m m y G a r b e r , Betty W a l lace, K e i t h P a g a n , S h i rley Ayers, D e l o res C h eatwood, Betty C h e r ry, G r a c e U n r u h , J ac q u etta De Foyd.

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Wa n d a

Rogers, J a c k

F e u .-tado, Toby E l l is,

Wilma Crook, Peggy Yarbrough,


DE B ATE LE AGUE

Pa rtic i p a t i o n

i n fore nsics o n t h e c a m p u s o f Bet h a ny­

Peniel C o l l e g e c l i m a xes with t h e verba l con tests of t h e d e bate l ea g u e . T h e g r o u p is m a d e u p o f the stu d e n ts w h o q u a l i fy f o r u p pe r d i visio n a l debate. Activities of the league for the past year i nc l uded par­ t i c i pa t i o n in various to u r n a m e nts in o p posi t i o n to l ea d i n g col l eg es a n d u n iversities o f t h e Southwest . I n su bord i n atio n to t h i s progra m , p a i r s of teams e n g aged i n d e bates at h i g h

f. Emmel d i shes out a third hel ping of spaghetti to Wendel l Sha rpton at a debate d i n ner.

schoo l s a n d c i v i c o r g a n izati o n s . The s u b j ect stu d ied by t h e l e a g u e was a t i m e l y a n d pert i nent prob l e m w h i c h w a s prese nted t o d e bators over t h e e n t i re n a t i o n a s t h e n a t io n a l co l l eg i ate reso l ut i o n . The

p u r pose o f t h i s d e bate o r g a n ization g o e s m u c h

deeper t h a n surface a r g u menta t i o n . I t e n co u r a g es o b j ective and refl ective t h i n k i n g and stresses the i m porta nce of a n a ­ lytica l reaso n i n g . T h ese a r e p r i n c i p l es w h i c h t h e l e a g u e s u p ports as i ntegrating f a ctors o f a w e l l - b a l a nced l i fe .

. EFT TO R I G H T , E v e l y n l mel, N e l d a Meador, C a r o l y n D o r o u g h , Boyd McCla i n , Rich a rd K n utson , C l y d e S u m pter, W e n d e l l S h a rpton, J. R o b e rt E m m e l , S p o n s o r ; A n n Ha rt.

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BAND The Betha ny-Pe n iel College Band is m a ki n g a n a me

for itse l f as a fi rst-cl ass orga n ization both on the c a m p u s

a n d i n the m usical ci rcles of the state. Th roughout t h i s y e a r the ba n d has repeated l y c o m e t o the forefront a s a vita l

part of the m usical l ife of the col l ege. More a n d more

students a re rea l iz i n g the v a l u e of participation in an i n ­

strumenta l g roup; t h i s year a total of f ifty-two d i f ferent

students played in the b a n d . This com pares q u i te favoro b l y

with other schools i n t h e state w h o h a ve a student body s i m i l a r in size to that of Betha ny. Despite f i n a n c i a l l i m ita­

tions, the band has complete i n stru mentation .

Among its activities t h i s year, the b a n d gave several out­

of-town concerts, wh ich were very wel l received, res u l t i n g

i n i ncreased d e m a n d for i t s services. A g a i n t h i s y e a r the band gave its fa l l series wh ich proved to be very pop u l a r.

Other a ppea ra nces were i n C h a pe l a n d at the J a m boree.

The h ig h l i g h t of this year's activities was th � Band Home­ comi n g the twenty-eighth of March . O n this d a te th ree a l u m n i of Betha ny brought their b a n d s to the campus a n d

gave a ioint concert with t h e college b a n d . T h i s w a s the biggest i nstrumental event ever held on this campus.

The ti rless efforts of Al bert F . Fitzgerrel have contri buted

g reatly toward m a k i ng the B-PC b a n d one of which a l l

those associated with the col l ege m a y b e prou d .

Officers in a iovial mood. President

Vice-President Secretary

Treasurer

S ponsor

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Jack Feurtado

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Keith Pag a n

Peggy Yarbroug h

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fern Ha l l

A l bert F itzgerrel

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ROW 1: Delva Close, Myrna Teague, Georgia Marner, Buster Powers, Wilma Crook, Wanda Rogers. ROW 2: Arley Goulden, Fern" Hall, Ralph Herrick, Jack I mel, Bill Garber, Robert Hale, Keith Pagan, Rosanna Parker, Dorothy Holcomb, Larry Watson. ROW 3 : Peggy Yarbrough, Wilda Eaton, Lavern Dayhoff, Umsted Pitts, Nor­ man Meazell, Marion Bond, Darrell Goulden, Jack Feurtado, Wynona Snowberger, Beverly Myers, Richard Jones, George Robertson, Marion Snowberger, Park B u rkhart, Bill Lee. ROW 4: Toby Ellis, Ruth Kaunady, Betty Wallace, Robert Hembree, Bill Goodson, Jimmy Ha nd ley, Prof. Albert Fitzgerrel.


ORCHESTRA C o n t r i b u t i n g g re a t l y to t h e m u s i c a l l i fe of t h e c a m p u s, the orc h estra h o l d s a vita l p l ace a m o n g the col l eg e org a n i z o t i o n s . T h e n u m b e r o f d i f ferent i n d iv i d u a l s part ici pati n g i n t h e orchestra l pwg r a m t h i s yea r c l i m bed t o a tot a l o f forty. In spite o f t h e fact that none o f t h e p l ayers are st r i n g m a jors, t h e orchestra performed s o m e very good m u s i c a n d p l ayed it a t

a

h i g h m u s i c a l l eve l .

For t h e seco n d y ea r, t h e orc hestra provided t h e accom­ pa n i m e n t for "The Mess i a h , " t h e orc hestra a l so performed t h e overtu re a n d t h e offertory. V a r i o u s m e m bers o f t h e orch estra com b i n ed to form sm a l l e n se m b l es, s u c h a s t h e st r i n g q u i ntet, which were we l l received by l o c a l a n d col l eg e g ro u p s . The s p r i n g con cert g iven by t h e orc hestra d u r i n g Music Week was one of t h e best m u s i c a l offe r i n g s of t h e school yea r . Among the n u m bers presented was a Haydn Sym­ p h o n y . A g u est voc a l ist presented o n t h is prog r a m was we l l received b y t h e a u d i e n c e . C h a i rm a n L i b ror i o n C o n d u ctor

_ Betty W a l l a c e _ _ _ _ _ De a n

Mr.

A l bert

F.

F itzg e r re l , t o p - n otch

music i a n ,

d i rected

Hess

the orchestra t h i s yem; h e g a ve u n st i n ti n g l y of h i s t i m e a n d

_ A l be rt F. F i tzgerrel

ef forts towa rd i m p rovi n g t h e q u a l ity of t h e p roductions by the o r g a n i z a t i o n . Much c r e d i t i s a l so d u e to M r . T. B u r n s West m a n , str i n g tea c h e r of t h e col l e g e .

:OW 1 , B i l l Ray, Bob Ray, Betty Wa l l ace, Bettie Britta n , E l d red L a D u e , Buster Powers, P h i l Vawter. R O W

•ro ug h , Valeda Pa r r i s h , Wilma Crook, J a mes Midd leton, Delva Close, Keith

Pagan, Carol A n n Martin,

2,

Clyde

D o n W h itsett, Faye McCraw, W i l d a Eaton, P e g g y Yar­ S u mpter. ROW

3,

Marvel

Vawter,

Ann

Taylor,

Donna

' m m e l , Sdyna lea Owens, C h a rl e s E. J o nes, A r l ey G o u l d e n , Prof. A l bert F . Fitzgerrel, D a r r e l l G o u l d e n , Norma n M i z e l l , D e a n Hess, J a c k F e u rtado.

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H ONOR S OCIE TY The P h i Delta

L a m bd a , o n e of t h e outsta n d i n g

orga n izations on t h e cam p u s, i s a cha pter o f t h e national

h o n o r society

f u n ct i o n i n g

throughout a l l

Nazarene col l eges. Its p u r pose h a s been t o e l evate school schol astic sta n d a rd s and to promote a n i n 足 terest i n l ea dersh i p , c h a racter a n d service. To become a n associate mem ber, one m u st m a i n 足 t a i n a 2.5 g r a d e p o i n t average f o r t w o consecutive semesters. If upon g ra d uation from c o l l e g e a student has ma inta i n ed a 2.4 grade point avera g e over a l l h i s co l l ege work, h e i s e l i g i b l e for permanent mem足 bers h i p i n the society.

Phi

Delta

1 952:

Lomba c a n d idates f o r

Cha rles

B e n nett,

lana

Raymer,

Evelyn

Downs,

Fr

Oakes, J o h n B u m p us, Terry Wuester. N o t s h o w n : J o h r. A m m e l , C o r a l Haynes, Robert W i l l

. With the a b l e l ea d e rs h i p o f Ken neth Merri l l a s president a n d Dr. P a u l F reese, sponsor, the mem bers have worked d i l i g e n t l y to

promote

and

m a i nt a i n

h i g h sta nda rds a t Bet h a n y - P e n i e l Co l l ege.

Presi d e n t

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

V i ce-Pres i d e n t

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Sec'y-Treasurer S po nsor

ASSOC I AT E MEMBERS: ROW McComas, C l a u d e L o n g . ROW

1:

3:

K e n n eth Merri l l

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Van ita H a rrod

_ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Patsy R a i n b o lt, Wynona Snowberger, Margaret Coe, Ramona B e n nett. ROW

2:

Gene Gore

Pa u l F reese

Leah Dell P h i l l i ps, J un e McArthur, lana Raymer, S u n n y

L o l o M a e Coats, E v e l y n D o w n s , W i l m a C r o o k , Alfreda, H u h n ke , A l m a Weiszbrod, M a r j o r i e H a r rod, Elton W o o d . ROW

3:

J o h n Rasfeld,

Gene Gore, Keith Pagan, Glen Adams, Clyde Sumpter, K e n neth Merrill, Terry Wuester.

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FACULTY DAMES T h e orga n i z a t i o n k n o w n as t h e

Facu lty D a mes meet s

m o n t h l y i n t h e h o m e of o n e of t h e m e m bers for soc i a l c o n 足 tacts

and

perso n a l

deve l o p m e n t .

Mutual

i n terest

and

fe l l ows h i p i s e n c o u ra g e d . The

m e m b e rs h i p

of t h i s

org a n i za t i o n

is

rest r i cted

those w o m e n w h o a r e wives of col l ege teach ers

I

to

but are

n o t t h e m se l ves tea c h i n g I a n d to t h e w i ves of N a za r e n e pastors i n Beth a n y a n d t h e w i fe of the b u s i n ess m a n a g e r

o f t h e col l e g e . S u b iects of i n terest a r e pro posed f o r e a c h g a t h e r i n g . Faculty h u s bands at the

fall

A m o n g t h ose t a k e n

pow-pow

u p t h i s year were a

d i scuss i o n

of

v a r i o u s h e i r l o o m s b e l o n g i n g to t h e m e m bers, an e x c h a n g e of favorite reci pes, a n d a n exch a n g e of pictures. It h a s become a t r a d i t i o n f o r t h e C h ristmas meet i n g t o t a k e p l ace at t h e C a n tre l l h o m e . The wife o f e a c h teacher w h o e a r n s h i s P h . D . is h o n o red a t o n e o f the meet i n g s . T h u s f a r Mrs. F l oy d , Mrs. R i pper, and Mrs. Greer h ave been so h o n o r e d .

ROW H.

1 : M r s . J a mes

C a n tre l l .

ROW 2 :

Gar ner, M r s . M rs .

E.

Boyd

Frank

McCo n n e l l , M r s .

Shannon, Mrs.

Harry

P h i l lips,

M rs .

C u rti s S m i t h , M rs . lester l . D u n n , M rs. Prescott J o h n s o n , M rs .

C ra d d oc k , M r s .

E.

Earl

Gre er, M r s .

S.

K e n neth

Robinson, Mrs.

R o b e rt

G.

Lawrence,

H a ro l d R i p p e r , M r s . R o y

Mrs.

Donald

D o n s k i n,

M r s.

D o n W i l s o n , Mr s . F r e d F l o y d .

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PREACHERS ' WIVES CLASS With a t h i rd success f u l year now rea c h i n g com pletion, t h e preachers' wives on t h e c a m p u s c a n say t h a t t h e i r u n i ­ q u e c l a ss i n a d u l t ed ucation h a s prove n itse l f to be of i nes­ t i m a b l e v a l u e . Mrs. Roy H. C a n t re l l , who began the cou rse in the fa l l of 1 949, cont i n ued t h is year as the a b l e i nstruc­ tor. A l t h o u g h t h e cou rse i s without co l l ege credit,

it is

spon sored by t h e a d m i n istra t i o n of t h e col l e g e and i s open to a n y m i n iste r i a l student's wife. C l a sses wh ich prev i o u s l y met m o nt h l y now meet wee k l y o n T h u rsday n i g hts. M r s . C a n t re l l l ectures a n d l e a d s t h e d i scuss i o n s of t h e g r o u p ; occa s i o n a l g u est spea kers e n l ive n the sess i o n s . V a r i o u s problems of v ita l i nterest perta i n i n g t o t h e prea c h er's w i fe , h e r h ome, h e r c h i l d re n , a n d h e r

Mrs. R . H . Cantrell, teacher o f t h e class.

c h u rch meet with d iscuss i o n . The pastor's w i f e i n relation to h e r h u s b a n d and

his work, a n d her relation to the

co m m u n ity a s a ch u rch worker are pert i n e n t s u b j ects w h i c h a re dea l t w i t h . The c l a ss h a s c h osen f o r i t s n a m e Beth-A n n . I n t h e c l ass sess i o n s a f ict i o n a l typical m i n ister's w i f e n a med Bet h - A n n is prepared f o r her ro l e as t h e w i l e of a p r e a c h e r . T h e prob l e m s w h i c h Beth-.� n n i s to lace a r e d i sc ussed

and

solved i n c l ass periods . T h u s s h e g r a d u a l l y deve lops t h e i n t h � ch u rc h a n d t h e parso n a g e .

poise a n d c h a r m s o necessary f o r t h e p a r t s h e i s t o p l a y

C o m mittee members meet i n g t o p l a n the Bet h - A n n b a n q u et a r e : R O W 1 : M r s . E u l a Oyler, Mrs. Mrs.

208

Delores Taylor. ROW 2 : Mrs. Geneva Fetters, Mrs.

Dorothy A m bro, Mrs. Joyce A l d r i c h , Mrs.

C a rma

C og d i l l ,

Evelyn

Cantrell,

Mrs.

M a e M a i d e n , M r s . T h e l ma Dorothy

Mrs. Katherine D u d ney.

W i l l i a ms,

Mrs.

H a milton, M r s .

Joan

Myers.

Elva

ROW

3:


ALUMNI A S S O C IATION T h e ma jor projec t o f t h e B-PC A l u m n i t h i s year h a s been t h e work o n t h e Student U n ion B u i l d i n g . Under the

c a pa b l e

l eaders h i p

Moore, w o r k o n t h e b u i l d i n g alumni

of was

President

Ma r k

beg u n .

Ma n y

m e m bers h a v e contrib uted to t h e b u i l d i n g

f u n d , a n d both students a n d a l u m n i h ave don ated t i m e and l a bor o n the project.

REV. MARK MOORE

Excavation for the new Student Union Building

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DIVISION III T H E C HA L L E N G E T O P H Y S I C A L F I T NE S S

The a lertness of mind and body which stems from good health is a quality needed in a l l phases of l iving. The wel l-rounded athl etic program at Bethany helps provide this qual ity; c lasses i n physical education pro足 vide an outlet for the energies of the young people, give training in games a nd their rules, and in general promote better health a n d alert足 ness. Sports of the campus include a l l varieties. The intramural athl etic program gives more persons a chance to participate i n the games. The fine rivalry touched off challenges players and spectators a like to high interest, good sportsmanship, and keen perception. These qualities a l l carry over t o make for better l iving. "Games lubricate the body and the mind." -Franklin


QUEENS BASKETBALL F O O T BA L L B - C LU B S SOFTBALL TRACK


ATHLE T I C S

U n de·r t h e s u pervision o f D o n Wi l s o n , B-PC's i ntra­ m u r a l ath l etic prog r a m has gone forward this yea r . Student

i nterest

has

been

keen

and

com petition

stro n g . Footba l l , softba l l , a n d basketba l l h ave e a c h h e l d seaso n a l spot l i g h ts, w i t h m a jor i nterest i n t h e l atter . T h e basketba l l

season

t h e J a m boree,

fea t u r i n g

and

in

c l i m a x ed

o pened

March

in

Novem ber with

the A l u m n i with

the

H omeco m i n g , Reve i l l e

Echo

To u r n a me n t . Vol l ey ba l l , a rchery, te n n is, p i n g - po n g , h o rseshoes, track and f i e l d eve n ts each h o d its devotees, both on the f i e l d a n d o n the s i d e l i nes. One of the

principal

ob jectives o f t h e

a t h l et i c

prog r a m h a s been to deve l o p sports m a n s h i p a n d a s p i ri t of fa i r p : a y in com peti t i o n . An effort h a s a l so been made to i n c l u d e every student in some p h ase of t h e ath l et i c progra m .

PROF. DON W I LSON, School Athl etic Director

Boys' C l ass

Ath letic

Directors,

S E N IORS,

Darrell Moore, SOPHOMORES, David Rut­ ledge, FRESHMEN, Gene J ustice, J U N IORS, Fred Turner and Max Green (Not Pictured).


STU D E N T ATHLETIC DI RECTO RS: Wanda Rhodes and Darre l l Moore

Girls' C lass Ath l etic Directors, SOPHOMORES, Leona C l ifton, FRESHMEN , Bobbie Sea n n . S F N I O R S Wnnrln RhnrlP<

I I I N i n R C:. Rn rhnrn Mivn n i c h i

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MISS VE LMA MOYER J a m boree

Queen,

a

religion

m o i o r f r o m L a m a r , Colorado.


MISS CLARA ROBINSON Reve i l l e Echo Tournament Queen, a n education maior from Waco, Texas.


JAMB OREE T h r i l l i n g s u s pense h e i g htened b y the frenzied y e l l s from t h e c h e e r i n g sections ush ered a s p i n e-ti n g l i ng J a m boree i nto h i story. The Redskins' e n c o u n te r with the A l u m n i team was t h e f i rst of what i s to be an a n n u a l a f f a i r-the h ome­ com i n g of t h e a l u m n i for t h e J a m boree g a mes a n d festivities. Off to a s l ow start, c a utious p l a y of the f i rst q u a r­ ter ended with a 9-7 score i n favor of t h e A l u m n i . T h e second

q u a rter

beg a n

with

vigor,

h owever,

and

the g a m e see-sawed back a n d forth u n t i l t h e h a l f saw t h e A l u m n i with a n eig ht-point 26- 1 8 l e a d . The g a me was rough t h ro u g h out w i t h fifty-ei g h t perso n a l fou l s c o m m itted a n d s i x m e n l eaving t h e contest o n f o u l s . H a rd - fo u g h t, t h e com petition seemed

Queen and attendants aboard the float.

to g row m ore i ntense every m i n ute of the l a st h a l f o f play.

C l oser even t h a n t h e score i n d icated, t h e

g a m e ended w i t h a 47-4 1 victory for t h e Redskins.

�-- · . '�

Jubilant Redskins

Kin

and Queen make their entr .


H O ME C OMING I n t h e g i r l s' g a m e o f t h e eve n i n g , t h e S q u a w s

1 a i ntained their u n d e feated record for t h e e i g h t h ear b y d o w n i n g t h e A l u m n i with a score of 48- 2 3 . T h e f i rst period of p l a y saw exce l l e nt teamwork s the S q u aws prom pted cheers with a score o f 1 5-9.

) u tsta n d i n g g u a rd i n g on the pa rt o f the S q u a ws

1 a d e t h e A l u m n i f i g h t i n va i n u n t i l t h e i r defeat. J u b i l a nt beca use o f the victorious d o u b l e- h eader,

� e tea ms were we l l - pleased with the beg i n n i n g of 952's basketba l l seaso n . H a l f-time cere m o n i es of t h e m e n 's g a m e featu red bea u ti f u l coronation cere mony at w h i c h Miss V e l m a

�oyer

was

crowned

J a m boree

Q u ee n

with

Miss

Vanda Rhodes a n d Miss Marjorie Davis a s atte n d ­

l nts. K i n g of t h e J a m boree w a s D i c k A l d e rso n . Other

,scorts were D a r r e l l Moore and J i m Herrick.

A l l school cheerleaders:

Neva Kifer, Billy Va u g h n , Toby E l l is,

Park Burkhart, Col leen Rice, Tex Wadley

l

Glen McArthur, a l u m nus,

r

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ACTION Biology Club's winning decoration

Foster scores for the Alu m ni Stangland passes a round Bryan

A Squaw tries for a score Foster tips the ball

223


REVE ILLE E C H O

I n t h e best- p l ayed basketba l l g a m e of t h e seaso n , March

l , a tea m o f h u stl i n g so p h o m o res w o n t h e R E V E I L L E E C H O To u r n a m e n t c h a m pio n s h i p by edg i n g p a s t a g a me, h a r d 足 f i g h t i n g j u n io r five i n a t h r i l l - pa c ked d u e l , 5 5 - 5 2 . T h e g a me wos c l ose o i l t h e way; t h e so p h s h e l d t h e edge f o r t h e fi rst t h ree q u a rters, t h e n g a i n e d it back i n the l a st m i n u te w h e n a free-th row b y F r a n k H a g i n , voted Most V o i u a b l e Player of the to r u n a m e n t , put t h e m a h ead for good; B i i l Burch added t h e c l i n c h e r w h e n h e hit a f i e l d g o a l f r o m t h e c o r n e r with f i ve seconds l e f t . The s o p h s g a i n e d a d o u b l e v i ctory a s t h e so p h o m o re

g i r l s defeated t h e s e n i o r g i r l s 29-24 i n the f i n a l s . J u n e

Q u een Clara arrives via a co nvertible

224

Winning s o p h o m o re team m e m bers confer with Coach Olin Riggs

Most Valuable G i r l Player award winner, June McArth u r


TOURNAMENT

McA rth u r, voted Most V a l u a b l e P l a ye r a n d Doris D icker足 m a n , l ed their tea m to victory. In the S a turday N i g h t Lea g u e the fres h m a n B tea m kept t h e sophs from w i n n i n g a t r i p l e crown a s they . downed the sophomore B tea m 42-40 in a t h ri l l i n g overt i me g a m e . T h e t o u r n a m e n t w a s c l i maxed by coro n ation ceremon ies i n w h i c h C l a ra Rob i n son was crowned q u e e n b y King B i l l Ray. Atte n d a nts a n d escorts for t h e coronation were Lea h D e l l P h i l l i ps a n d Darre l l Moore, Margery Davis a n d F ra n k Hag i n .

>St Valuable Boy Pl ayer award winner Frank

One of the skits enacted during the tournament

Winning Sophomore g irl's tea m a re j u bilant after the game

225


T N E M A N R U O T O ECH

fro sh of soph s and It' s a pile - u p

h er g u a r d trie s to esc a pe Ire ne Sul liva n

j u ggl i n g trie s a littl e Sk ee t Rho des

gin fo ul on Ha Lo oks l i k e a

26


A CTION

Joh ns o

n h as th at d e term in e

d lo o k

L o oks

lik e B o ck s cor es o g o in 2 27


MEN'S BASKE TBAL TEAMS SCORES O F W I N N I N G TEAM

Sophomores vs. Fres h m e n Sophomores vs. J u n iors

Sophomores vs. Sen iors

_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Sophomores vs. Fres h m e n Sophomores vs. J u n iors

Sophomores vs. Sen iors

Sophomores vs. Sen iors

_ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

_ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

Sophomores vs. Fresh m e n Sophomores vs. J u n iors

_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _

_________

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _

47-45 63-47 6 1 -56 47-52 49-52 58-50 5 1 -35 45-42 57-54

SEASON'S H I G H SCORERS CHAMPIONS, SOPHOMORES, FRONT ROW: Frank Hagin, Doc Scuddoy, Bill Burch, Ronald Cooper. BACK ROW: David Rutledge, J i m Mowry, Jerry Yoesel, Art Kastner.

Moore, D a r re l l

Burch, B i l l

_ __ _ _ _ _

Alderson, D i c k

_ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

Points

Average

8

1 26

1 5 .7

8

1 24

1 5.6

9

1 22

1 3. 6

9

1 12

1 2.4

9

1 08

1 2 .0

_ _ _ _ _ _

__ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

H a g i n , Fra n k

Bac� Len

Games Played

LEFT, J U N IORS, FRONT ROW: Fred Turner, Ken Dick, Dick Alderson, Lee Steele. BACK ROW: Pal Wright, Max Green, Bill Ray, Paul John­ son, Buddy Little.

LEFT BELOW, FRESHMEN, FRONT ROW: Bill Lee, Wally Renegar, Gene J ustice, Jack l mel. BACK ROW: Marion Snowberger, Len Back, Prof. Don Wilson, Dwight Bugh, U msted Pitts.

BELOW, SENI ORS, FRONT ROW: Skeet Rhodes, Francis Oakes. BACK ROW: Harold Westl und, Darrell Moore, Bill Draper.

228


W O MEN�S B ASKE TBALL TEAMS SCORES OF W I N N I N G TEAM

tomettes vs. Cycl ones

_ _ __ _ ___

tom ettes v s . C u d d l e B u g s

tom ettes vs. S h a m rocks

tomettes vs. Cycl ones

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

tomettes vs. C u d d l e Bugs

tomettes vs. S h a m rocks

tomettes vs. C u d d l e Bugs

tomettes vs. S h a m rocks

tomettes vs. Cyc l o n es

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _

_ _ _ _ _ __

_ _ _ _ _ __ _

_

_ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __ _ _

_ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ __ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _

49-2 4 48- 1 8 58 - 1 7 37-30

56-24 27-24 48-32 48-27 6 3- 2 4 CHAMPIONS, ATOMETTES, FRONT ROW: lone Raymer, Wanda Rogers, Gertrude Raymer. BACK

SEASON'S H IGH SCORERS Games Played

hodes, Wa n d a

:;ago, Bobbie

- -- -- -- -

Average

279

31

9

1 83

20.3

9

1 78

1 9. 8

------

8

1 19

1 4.9

----------

9

91

1 0. 1

- - - - -- -· - - -

y pert, L e n a Ruth

_ _ _ _ _

liya n is h i , Barbara u l l iva n , I re n e

9

Points

ROW: Cleva Crouch, June McArthur, Wanda Rhodes, Modena Murray. NOT SHOWN: Merlyn West­

_

moreland, J ulia Bateman.

RIGHT, CUDDLE BUGS, FRONT ROW: Ruth Rodgers, Bonnie Gray, Ann Phelps. BACK ROW: Lena Ruth Cypert, I rene Sulliva·n, Maxine Morris, Ramona Ben­ nell, Nelda Meador.

RI GHT, BELOW, SHAMROCKS, FRONT ROW: Rosea n ne Parker, Barbara Miyan­ ishi, C larita Blair, Jean Knutson. BACK ROW: Helen Daniels, Leona Clifto n, Eva Mae Cope, Carol Haynes, Fay Cox.

BELOW, CYCLONES, FRONT ROW: Jackie Moore, Bobbie Seago, Jacquetta Defoyd, Betty Ketchum. BACK ROW: Doris Coston, Doyce Landtroop, Doris Dickerman.

2 29


ALL SQUAWS

CLEVA CROUCH

WANDA RHODES

230


STARS RED SKINS

Bill BURCH

D I C K ALDERSON

ART KAST N ER

23 1


CO-CHAMPION J U N IORS, FRONT ROW: Bill Ray, Ken Dick, Paul Johnson,

CO-CHAM PION SEN IORS, FRONT ROW: Jim Burr, Skeet Rhodes, J o h n Bum足

Buddy Little, Dick Alderson. BACK ROW: Fred Turner, Max Green, Margil

pus, Charles Stipe. BACK ROW: Harold Westlund, Darrell Moore, Bill Draper,

Wadley.

Francis Oakes.

MEN'S F O OTBALL TEAMS SOPHOMORES, FRONT ROW: Maurice Moore, J i m Mowry, Doc Scuddoy, Art Kastner, Carl Prentice. BACK ROW: Dave Rutledge, Bob Britt, George Prentice.

FRESHMEN, BELOW, FRONT ROW: Paul Paden, Billy Vaughn, Gene J ustice, Dwight Bugh. BACK ROW: Wally Renegar, Billy Jo Harris, Jack l mel.

232


Seniors close in on Paul Orndoff

Gene Moore g a i ns yardage for the j u niors

F O O TB ALL ALL- STARS

Reneaar stoos the action for Rhodes

Burn ous comes to the rescue

233


ARC HERY

Barbara Miya nishi shows good archery form

I ndoor archery

LETTERWOME N : Barbara Miyanisni, Eva Mae Cope, Wanda Rhodes

234


WOM E N ' S B C L U B, F R O N T ROW: B o b b i e Seag o , B a r b a ro M i y a n i s h i , R uth Kreie, Carol H a y nes, J u ne McA rth u r, C o l e e n Rice, L e n a Ruth Cyp�rt, Roseo n n a P o r k e r. BACK ROW: Leona C l ifton, Cleva Crouch, Doris D i c k e r m a n , Eva Mae Cope, Wanda

Rhodes, Prof.

Wilson-Sponsor,

Doyce

Landtroop.

B CLUB S M E N ' S B C L U B, F R O N T ROW: B i l l y H a rris, B i l l Bu rch , J o h n B u mp us, D w i g h t B u g h . S E C O N D ROW: Len Back, H a ro l d West l u nd , Prof. W i l s o n ­ Sponsor, Da � re l l M o o r e , F r a n c i s O a k e s , M e l v i n P i e r c e . BACK ROW: J i m my H e r rick, K e n D i c k , J a mes T h o m ps o n , P o u l J o h nson, B i l l Ray, C o r l Prentice, Fred T u rner, Bob S m i t h .

235


MEN!S S OFTBALL TEAM

}. S E N I ORS Front: Chuck Tryon, Don Owens, J. T. Meador, John Bumpus. BACK: Harold Westlund, Elbert Watson, Bill Draper, Francis Oakes, Wendell Sha rpton.

Jesse Anderson. BACK: Cantley George, Max Green, Paul Johnson, Garland J ohnson, Ken Dick.

SOPHOMORES, Front: J i m my Hair, Cliff Beals, Ron Cooper, Paul Orndoff. BACK:

Kendell Davis, Doc Scudday, Jerry

YoeseL Art Kastner, Maurice Moore.

FRESHMAN, Front: Buster Powers, Douglas Fletcher, Don Fitz. gerald, Len Back, Jack Cox. BACK: Coach Wilson, Gene J ustice, U msted Pitts, Dwight Bugh, Wally Wall, Jack l mel.

236


- ·o--- � ..

WOMEN'S ; oFTBALL TEAMS

5

'j

'( )I ? •

j

7

ATOMETTES Front: Gertrude Raymer, lona Raymer, Faye Bentley. Back: C l eva Crouch, Greeta Conrad, Wanda Rhodes, Modena Murray.

SHAMROC KS,

Front:

Barbara Miya nishi,

Ruby Tayl or, C l arita Blair. Back: Rosea n n e Parker, C a r o l Haynes, leon a Cl ifton, Helen Daniels.

CU DDLE BUGS, Front: Irene Sul livan, Bar­ bara Jones, Ann Phel ps. Back: lena Ruth Cypert, Betty McFarland, Elea nor H u nter.

Betty

Ketc h u m,


WINNERS OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT

BOYS' C H AM P I O N S , B i o l o g y C l u b Tea m , F R O N T ROW, R o n a l d Cooper, Bob S m it h , J o h n B u mpus, Francis Oakes. B A C K ROW, Ken D i c k , J i m H e rrick, Bill Ray, D w i g h t B u g h .

G I RLS' front

C HA M P I O N S , row'

McArth u r ,

E l d red Merlyn

La

Home D ue ,

Economics Wanda

Westm o r e l a n d .

Back

Club

Team,

Rhodes, row:

J u ne

Greeta

C o n ra d , Doyce Landtroop, M o d e n a M u rray, Roseanna Parker.

238


TRACK N EW TRAC K

REC ORDS SET - 1 952

OT JIM MO WRY -SH LE ONA CLIFTON

PUT , 48

Ft . , 4 l n .

ROW BAS KE TBAL L TH

80 Ft.

ws the discu s J i m Mow ry thro

es in firs t Ha rol d Tyl er com . race i n the mile

239


240

Carol Haynes carries the baton in the girls' relay race

. ' ;

J i m Noffsinger goes over the top.


ADVERTISING

W E SI NCERELY TH A N K Y O U . . .


ADVERTISING INDEX C H URC H

Abernathy, Texas Abilene District Amarillo First

250

Hen ryetta, Oklahoma

250

Holdenville, Oklahoma

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ __ ___

Augusta, Kansas

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ ___

__ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Pine Bl uff, Ark., First

254

I ndependence, Kansas ------------- - - -- ---257

Religious Organizations

254

Kansas City District

243

San Antonio District

248

Southeast & Oklahoma District

272

Southwest Oklahoma District

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ______

Kansas City, Mo., First C h u rch

268

lincoln, N ebraska

268

Little Rock, Arkansas, First

255

louisiana District

268

lubbock, Texas, Williams M e m .

271

Midwest City, Oklahoma

269

Mineral Wells, Texas

Eastside Church -- --- -- ------ ------ --- -- -271

Muskogee, Oklahoma

Fort Worth, Texas, First Church

Carthage, Missouri

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ ___

Central C h u rch, Dallas Cushing, Oklahoma Denison, Texas

_ ___ __ _ _ ____ _ _ _ __ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ __

_ __ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Dr. Paul Mccrory

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __

Du ncan, Oklahoma

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Great Bend, Kansas Hastings, Nebraska

Overland Park, Kansas

_ _ _ ___ _ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ __ _ _ _

Kansas District

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _

262

____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____________

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ __

____________

_____ _____________________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

270

Nebraska District

255

Newto� Kansas

Topeka, Kansas

Trinity Church, Oklahoma City

263

Norman, Oklahoma, First

262

______

T�eG Texas

Westside C h u rch, Wichita

258

Wichita First Church

247

Wi lliams' Memorial

256

Woodward, Oklahoma

__ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _

270 246

_ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

269

_ _ _______________

266

_ _ _ _ _ ________________

___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

263 267

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ _ _ _ _ _ ___ __ _

261

_ _ _ _ ___ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ ___ _

253

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _

246

_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _______________

260

_ _ _ _ _ _ ______

261

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _

265

_____________

251

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ ___ _

275

_ _ _ _ _ _____________

St. Paul's C h u rch, Kansas City, Missouri

____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

251

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ ____ _ _ _

Texarkana, Texas, First

____________

246

_ _ _ _______________

244

_ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _

273

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

260

_ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

244-45

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _______

Hooker, Oklahoma

27 4

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _

Oklahoma City First C h u rch

Houston District --- ------- - -- ------ ------264

249

Bethany First Church

Bethany-Peniel College

Northwest Oklahoma District

252

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

Ba rtlesvi lle Church

267

256

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _

268

_ _ _ _ _ _ _____________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Arka nsas District

ADS

267 271

261

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____

COMMERCIAL ADS

Auto Tradin' Post

Bethany Commercial C l u b Bethany Flower Shop Book Shoppe Brown-McClure

___ _ _ ___________

_ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ __

_ ___ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ __

Frank's Cafe

287

Green� Studio

283

H. B. Frank Stores

281

Herman� Eat Shop

_ _ _ _ ___ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ __ _ _ _ __

Cowan Print Shop Dr. Ralph Shadid

_ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

________________________

First National Bank

_ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ ___

290

___________________________

Peck's Grocery - - ------------------------290

286

Powell Rexall

285

Revei lle Echo

278

Southwestern Stat. & Bnk. Supply

284

T. G. & Y.

281

The "Drag"

285

Times Jou rnal -- - -------------- ----------278

_ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ __

____________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __ __

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

284

Jim's Mobil Service

284

J & M Cleaners

278

Krake�s

278

Munn Radio --------------- - ----- -- -----288

Up-to-Date Cleaners

285

Nazarene Publishing Hause

280

Wehrenberg

279

Oklahoma Natura-l Gas

288

Yukon Bank

__ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ __ _

College Cleaners Colonial Bread

287

__ _ _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _

_______________________

_ _ _ _ __ __ __ _ _ __ ___ _ _ _ __ _ _ _

_ _ _ ____________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _______

Paul Haag

_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ ________________

289

_ ___ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _

__________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ _______ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

_ _ _ _ _ ____ __ _ _ _ ___ __ _ _ _ __ ____

_ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

277 292 291

285 282

288 290 282


"RUSTY" The third generation headed for B.-P.C.

KANSAS

Ii--i

C ITY

DISTRI C T

Dr. J a rrette Aycock

S u peri ntendent

243


MARK R. MOORE

MRS. MARK R. MOORE

District Superintendent

W. F.M.S. President

JACK H. LEE N.Y.P.S. President

J. T. GASSEn C h urch School C ha irman

FOUR YEARS OF PROGRE S S BY THE HELP OF G OD

S E RV I N G T H E MISSIONARY CAUSE: -Th roug h 59 Societies and 9 1 C h apters -By rea ching Other Sheep su bscription goal SERVING T H E C H U R C H BY: -Giving 1 1 percent to Wor l d Wide Eva n g e l ism -Org a n izing eig hteen c h u rches i n Mid­ Century C rusade

-By stim u lating i nterest throug h Reading Course -By Reg u l a r a n d Ala baster Giving -By Prayer and Fasting

-An active visitation eva n g e l ism prog ram -Paying Bethany Pen i e l Col lege b udget month ly and i n f u l l -Using Bethany Pen ie l Col lege Students a n d Preachers

NORTHWEST 0Kl

��sERVING THE NORTHWE ST SEC1

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WE APPRECIATE BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE FOR TH E V I TA L PART S H E PLAYS I N TH E L I V E S OF

O U R YOUTH

CONGRATULAT I ONS TO AR ROW STA F F AND CLASS OF 1 952

SERV I NG C H U RC H SCHOOLS: -By ten percent i n crease for three years -By supportin g Four Star Prog ra m -By cond u cting District Workshops a n d con足 ventions -By Boys and Girls' C a ravan work

SERVI NG T H E Y O U T H BY: -Boys a n d Girls' Ca mps

LOO K I N G FORWA R D

-Youth Institutes -Promoting Youth Literature, Eva n g e l ism and Ch ristian Tra i n ing -Urg ing attenda nce at Bethany Peniel College

TO N EW V I CTO R I ES TH ROUGH CH R IST

I0MA DISTRICT lKLAHOMA FOR THE CHURCH''

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G reetings jro1n LAKEVIEW CHURCH of the NAZARENE

N.Y.P.S. COUNCIL PASTOR , R EV. H I RAM P . H U F F S EC R ETARY, M R S . R UTH SCHOONOV E R P R E S I D E NT, M R S . I R E N E B E R RY T R EAS U R E R, PAU L TU R N E R V I C E - P R E S I D E NT, R EV . CLA U D E P I TT E N G E R

Ch u rch Phone: M E l rose 8333

Lakeview Nazarene N .Y;P.S.

7600 Antich Road

P a rsonage Phone: H Edrick 2455

Overland Park , Ka nsas

G RACE CHUR CH of the NAZARENE TYL E R , TEXAS

Pastor, Mrs. Thelma Steel m a n

WE B E L I EVE I N G IV E O U R S U P PORT

Rev. J . E . Perryma n, Pastor

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13etkam;-Penief Cofleqe STU DE N TS:

Miss Bobbie W arren, N .Y.P.S. Pres.

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NEBRASKA DISTRICT CASTS Unanimous Ballot For B-PC Severa l Students from the Nebraska District Cast Their Ba l lot

D ISTRICT O F F I C E RS

C H U RCH SCHOOL BOA R D CHAI RMA N : R E V . A . A . SCHN E I DE R N . Y . P . S . P R E S . L . C . SCHWANZ W . F .M . S . P R E S . LO I S RON N E KAMP ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

R EV. CLARENC E P E R RY REV. G E RALD WO RCESTE R M R . W. E . E I GSTI M R . CLARENC E R I E G E R

WHITCOMB HARDI N G District S u perintendent

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"The featured attraction a ppea ring o n Ka nsas C ity District ad was borrowed from the Nebraska District."

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F IRST CHU RCH COMPL I M ENTS OF

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Harrison at Forty-Fi rst

N A ZA R E N E

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

SUPPOR TING OUR COLLEGE YEAR BY YEAR DR. A. M i l TON SMITH Pastor

M U S I C D I R ECTO R O R GA N I ST

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W e Ap p r e c i at e a n d S u p p o rt B e t h a n y - P e n i a l C o l l e g e f9ong1fatulations C9lass of '52 and ft1f1fow Staff

The College Church

REV. EVERETI S. PHILLIPS College Pastor

Uti l iz i n g

our enti re fac i l ities a n d

resou rces for the sa lvation o f sou ls a n d the b u i l d i n g of the K i n g do m .

Bethany Youth Center, owned and operated by the Chu rch

T h e Education a l Unit

B E N NETI DUDNEY Minister of Christian Education

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ABILENE DISTRICT App reciates B-PC beca use - O u r young peo p le ca n attend a C h ristian C o l lege. - Of the g rad uate serving on our d i strict. - Of the fine a d m i n istration/ facu lty/ a n d student body.

Orvi l le W. Jenkins - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Superi ntendent Mrs. O rv i l l e W. Jenkins - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -- - - - District W. F.M.S. Pres. R. B. Kel l y - -- - - - - - - - -- -- - - - -- - - - - - - - -- - - - - -- - District C h u rch School Bd. C h . J . B. Rose - - - - - - -

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To a l l who a re weary a n d wou l d f i n d rest,

To a l l who sorrow a n d need comfort,

To a l l who are f r i e n d l ess a n d need compa n i onship,

Rev. Charles C. Montandon, Pastor Mrs. B. J . Ingram, N .Y.P.S. President

To a l l who a re s i n n ers a n d need a Savior,

To a l l who seek eagerl y the K i n g d o m o f God, This c h u rch opens wide its doors,

And in the n a me of C h r ist says: "Welcome."

ABERNATHY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE A B E R NATHY , TEXAS

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PINE BLUFF, ARKANSAS

REV. MRS. AGNES DIFFEE

Supporting B-PC

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GRADUATED Jack Thompson Lewis Thompson Fred Vaugh n , Jr. E m m a Jean Hogan

Our students-Tommy Elkins, Jerry Demetre,

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LOUISIANA DISTRICT D ISTRICT OFFIC ERS CALE N DER REV. ELBERT DODD

Boys & Girls C a m p-J u n e 9- 1 3

Superintendent MRS. ELBERT DODD W.F.M.S. President

District C a m p-J u ly 3- 1 1

REV. B. M. LOFTIN N .Y. P.S. President

REV. JOSEPH PITTS

DR. T. M. A N D E RSO N

Retu rned Missionary

R EV. & MRS. LEON COOK

REV. PAUL PITTS Cha irman S.S. Board Students from Louisiana D istrict

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A R I( A N S A S D I S T R I C T FORMER STU DE NTS, OF COLLEGE

BETHANY- P E N I E L

STU D E NTS N OW ATT E N D I NG B-PC

NOW I N ACTIVE SERVI C E I N ARKANSAS:

FROM ARKANSAS: B EV ERLY McALLISTER

PASTO RS:

REV. REV. R EV . REV. REV. REV. REV. REV. REV. REV. REV. REV. REV. REV. REV.

BOYD HANCOCK, J O N ESBORO J. V E RNON JON ES, A R KAD E L P H IA MAR V I N C. S IMPSON, B E E B E J O E G L E N CORD ELL, FAYETTEV I LL E M. 0 . GUY, P I C K E N S CHAPEL LOLA WILKINS, L I NCOLN NOLAN C U L B E RTSON, MOR R I LTON RAY CANTR ELL, D E Q U E E N ARC H I E J O H NSON, MENA C. L E ROY M I LB U R N , MAGNOLIA G E O R G E A N D R EWS, S I LOAM S P R I NGS STERLING ACTON, E U R EKA S P R I NGS & MRS. V E R N I E STINSON, L I B E RTY JACK LOW, SUTTON BLAN'C H E JON ES, PARAGOULD

D ELVA CLOS E

MAB L E N E HARGROVE C A R L P RENTI C E

EVANGELISTS:

REV. REV. REV. REV.

CARL GU E R I N

TRAFTON W I LL IAMS, S I LOAM S P R I NGS E. J . BOWE RS, NORTH L I TT L E ROCK ED N ELSON, ROG ERS CHARLES HASTI NGS SMITH, CONWAY

GEORGE PRENTICE

H A R O L D CULWELL

CHARLES B E N N ETT

JAMES STAR K

PAU L O R N D O F F

TROSSI E ALT E S

MARY J O SCOTT

W I L LIAM McNABB PAU L I N E COOK

JOE DIFFEE

J EWEL H O L L I S F R EDA PARISH

J U t-..J E VAN D E R G R I FT PAT CHARTON

D EJ UANA F RENCH CLA R I EC E H O U S E A L I C E MA RTIN

R ICHARD O L I V E R

CHAPLA I N I N U . S . A RMY: R E V . CONLEY D. PATE

J E RRY D EMETRE

M I N I ST E R OF MUSIC:

LOTT I E B ROWN TYRON

TOMMY ELKINS B I L L S U LL IVAN

MR. CHARLES WILSON, L ITTLE R O C K F I RST

M I S S I ONARY TO A F R I CA

R E V . LOU I S E LONG, NOW ON F U RLOUGH

ANN HART

ALTON COSTON H A R RY OXFORD LECIL BROWN

MACK BLALOCK

THE ARI(ANSAS DISTRICT IS S UPPORTING B - P C WITH: Its Successful Past - The Inspiring Present I

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D I STRICT O F F I C E RS R EV . W. H . J OH NSON, S u perintendent

R E V . J O E GLEN CORD ELL, N . Y . P . S . President REV. NOLAN C U L B E RTSON, S.S. C h a i r m a n

MRS. C A R L P R ENTICE, W.F .M.S. President

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SOUTHWE ST OI{LAHOMA DISTRICT

SU PPORT I N G T H E

BOOST I N G F O R BETHANY

PROG RAM OF HO L I N ESS

P E N I E L COLLEGE IN ITS

EVANGELISM AT HOME

P ROG RAM FOR B U I L D I N G

AND AROU N D THE

T H E K I N G DOM

WO RLD

W. T. J O H NSON District Superintendent

Some of the students from Southwest Oklahoma District gather in front of Bresee H a l l .

MRS. W . T . J O H NSON

K E N N ETH RICE

J . L O U I S EMMERT

Dist. W. F.M.S. President

Dist. S.S. Chairman

Dist. N .Y.P.S. President

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FIR ST CHURCH of the NAZA R E NE BARTLESVILLE, OKLAHOMA

T. A. BU RTON

A D RIAN O S BO RN E

A. L. BRANDON

MRS. J . E. S CH N E I D E R

Pastor

N.Y.P.S. President

S. S . S uperintendent

W . F .M.S. President

Congratulations a n d Best Wishes to the C l a ss of 1 952

GREETINGS TO BETHANY-PENIEL COLLEGE

CH U RCH OF TH E NAZA R E N E 1 0 1 0 OSAG E AUGUSTA, KANSAS

REV. L EON J EN N I NGS, Pastor

"Worshi p the Lord in the Beauty of H o l i n ess"

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CHUR CH

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NA ZA RENE CUSHING, OKLA HOMA

WE ARE GLAD TO SU P PO RT O U R CO LLEGE WITH O U R P RAYE RS, OU R YOU NG PEOPLE, A N D O U R MONEY STU DENTS

W i l l i a m Stephens - Charlyn Brown - Denton Brown

Rev. L . H . Dickerson , Pastor

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C LA U D E G. WH ITE, Mi n ister

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HOLDENVILLE

CHUR CH o f the NAZARENE S U P PORTING T H E ENT I R E P R OG RAM OF TH E CH U RCH

R E V . E . A. G R E E N

OUR STU D E NTS Bob Green

J oseph i n e Green Max Green

Wa n d a Green "The C hu rch Where One I s Never a Stra nger"

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G RADUAT I N G CLASS a n d to the A R ROW STA F F of l 952 THE POTENTIAL OF B ETHANY- P E N I E L COL L E G E

Newton, K a ns . ( Entrance t o New Ed ucatio n a l B u i l d i ng i n Backg round)

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Com p l i ments of the

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-S U PPORT I N G T H E WHOLE P ROG RAM OF T H E CHU RCH-

Our Student GLEN VAN DYN E

ELEV ENTH and WALNUT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

R. C. Hockensm ith I. V . Powers

P a u l Vitts

BOARD OF STEWARDS Basil Metca l f

Mi l l ie Bacon

W. E. Cutsi nger

Don a l d Van Dyne

H. Wayne Van Dyne

M. D. SMITH S . S. Su pt.

MRS. M E R L E HUDSON W.F.M.S. Pres.

HAROLD GAR RETI N.Y.P.S. Pres.

PAU L M. SODOWS K Y Pastor C l a ss of '39

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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

F . AT E LM I R E

MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA

W I TH D E E P

FORWA R D I N G

APPRECI AT I ON

OU R YOUTH

For The SCHOLAST IC

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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Eighth & Brown

TEXARKANA, TEXAS

R E V . F LETCH E R SPRUCE O U R STUD ENTS B i l l Goodson Buddy F a r r

Barbara Murray

Bennett Dud ney

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CHURCH of the NAZARENE HASTINGS, NEBRAS KA

PREAC H I N G TEAC H I N G S P READ I N G B I BLE HOLI N ESS

Fifth and Saunders Avenue

A. A . SCH N E ID E R, Pastor

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Mrs. E a r l Joh n son John E l l is

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Distr ict W . F . M . S . P resident

D i str ict C h u rch School Boa rd Cha i r m a n

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BE THANY-PEN I E L C O LLE GE

FIRST CHURCH

f the NAZARENE

For so nobly serv i n g the cause of C h r isti a n ed ucation

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WILLIAM'S MEMORIAL CHURCH of the NAZARENE Duke Street at N . Canto n Ave . LU BBOCK, TEXAS

COMPLIMENTS O F

MIDWEST C ITY

J . REYNDAL RUSS ELL, Pastor

CHURCH OF T H E NAZARE N E

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Appreciate Our Col l ege

Rev. and Mrs. R. S. B a l l

"A Grow i n g C h u rch i n

the Fastest Grow i n g in West Tex a s . "

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CON G RATU LATIONS TO THE A R ROW STA F F BOOSTING BETHANY- P E N I E L COLLEGE ONA NAGEL

W. F . M . S . President

BOB YARBROUGH N.Y.P.S. President

S t. C h u rch of the

ADOLPH H I L L

S . S . S u perintendent

cA!azarene Twenty- n i nth a n d I n d i a n a Kansas City, M isso u r i

J . W. E L L I S Min ister

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R O B E RT L . SAWY E R

M i n ister o f Music


FIRST C H URCH of the NAZA REN E MARYLAND AND BATTERY STS. liTTLE ROC K, ARKANSAS

Always a Friend of Bethany - Peniel College

ME LZA H . BROWN, Pastor CHARLES W I LSON, Assista nt MARY LOU I S E TRAGER, Youth Di rector


THE H OUST O N D I S TRI CT S u pport i n g B-PC

* P ROV I D I NG STUD ENTS

* U S I N G G RA D UATES

D R . V . H . L EWIS

B e thany O ffers

District S u perinten d e nt

* O P PO RTU N ITY F O R DEVELOPMENT *路 L I F E THAT I S S P I RITUAL

D istrict O fficers

REV. W. R . McCLUNG-District

* I N S P I RATION F O R T H E SOUL

Cha i rm a n C h u rc h School Boa rd MRS. V. H . LEWI S-Presi dent D i strict W . F . M . S . M R . C . H . W I LSON-D istrict Treasurer

* VISION F O R THE FUTURE

* E DUCATION WITH P U R POSE * T RA I N I N G F O R S E RV I C E

REV. W. M. LYN CH-District Secreta ry

D istrict C alendar

You n g Peop les C a m p & I nstitute-J u ly 2 1 -25 D R . REM I SS R E H F E LDT-Spea ker Boy & G i rls Ca m p-J u ly 28-Aug ust 1

D i strict Asse m b l y Week-A ug ust 25-29

T o T n e C l ass Of '52 C O N G RA T U L A T I O N S

R E V . J AMES H ESTER

D i strict N . Y . P . S . President

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Ponder Qt. (jiffifand, Superintendent

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PearL J<eelon Of.f!..JI. S. PmiJent

ÂŁrnie ..J1oore

Ckurch School Ckm.

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GREETING S to B - P . C . from the

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE WICHITA, KANSAS

S u pporti n g you with * STU DE NTS * MONEY * P RAY E R

G . A. Gough

11The Church With an U pward Look and a Forward March11

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I rvin Sullivan

Bob Alexander

Doris Patteson

Mrs. Sam Bundy

S . S. Supt.

N .Y.P.S. Pres.

W. F.M.S. Pres.

C hoir Director


WILLIAM ' S M E M O R IA L CHU R CH of the NAZAR EN E

TO BETHANY - P EN I E L COLLEGE

I T S STU D E NTS - ADMI N I STRATION - FACULTY

825 N . Beaver

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Bethany, Oklahoma

O U R CONGRATULAT I O N S •

FRA N K McCON N E LL, Pastor

O U R CON F I D E N C E

O U R COOPERATION

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Our Student, TOBY ELLIS

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Rev. W. H. Davis Pastor

B Y BETHANY P E N I E L COLLEGE

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FIRST CHU R CH of the NAZARENE Pastor

C hest n ut a t Grant

B I LL H E N D R IC KS

CLYDE AMMON S

CARTHAGE, M I S SO U R I

N .Y . P . S . President

O U R C H U RCH O F F E RS S I NC E R E CONG RAT U LATIONS

A l l of the Facu lty and Students at

To The

Beth a n y- Pen iel Col lege Have a

CLASS O F '52

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We A p p reciate O u r F i ne Co l l ege A n d the G reat Work That T hey a re Doi n g

CH URCH of the NAZARENE

W i t h O u r You n g Fo l ks

Victor a n d Haske l l Streets

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When you're i n Carthage Pay us a vis it!

WE MAKE YOU F E E L WE LCOME

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F I RST C H U RCH O F TH E NAZA R E N E Po l k a t 20th

Co m p l i ments of the

AMA R I LLO, T EXAS

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 23 1 West Texas St.

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Congratulations to the Class of 1 952

"DU NCAN'S O L D TIME R E L I G ION C H U RCH"

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE DUNCAN, OKLAHOMA J . E . C OO K, Pastor

B E S T WIS HE S TO

THE GRADS OF �52

WEST SIDE

CHURCH of the NAZARENE HAROLD J ONES

WICHITA, KANSAS

Pastor

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Congratulations, Class of '52!

Bethany-Peniel College may well be proud of her President and administrative officers, her faculty and student body, her wel l plan ned campus, and her outsta nding ach ievements . . . .

A N D T H E C H U RCH O F T H E NAZA R E N E I S PROU D O F BETHANY- PE N I E L COLLEGE .

FIRST CHURCH O F THE NAZARENE F o rt Wo rt h , Te x a s JAMES McGRAW, Pastor ('36)

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This yea r we have stood by with O u r Prayers Our Fina nce Our Young People And every young person from our c h u rch who has attended

Bethany

Ch ristia n a n d wi l l i ng to take a more responsible p lace i n the C h urch. H . H. SPENCER, Pastor 1 335 s. w. 29

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STUDENT D IRECTORY ABBOTT, JACK 1 1 1 W. Poplar Sayre, Okla. ACTON, STERLING F. Bethany, Okla. ADAMS, GLEN EDWIN 1 04 N . E. 3rd Bethany, Okla . ADKINS, B ETTY WI LLIAMS Bethany, Okla. AlBERTSON, MARY BETH 3 1 22 N. 27th Ft. Smith, Ark. ALDERSON, R I CHARD DEAN 478 Rombard Galesburg, I l l . ALDRICH, ROBERT M. Bethan.y, Okla. ALTES, TROSSIE Ft. Smith, Ark. AMBRO, PAUL ELMER Overland, Mo. AMMEL, DONNA B . Hairland, Kans. AMMEL, JOHN ALVIN Tonganoxie, Kans. ANDERSON, JESSE C. Skiatook, Okla. ANDREWS, JOHN CLI NTON 720 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. ARMSTRONG, MARY LEE 303 E. Ledbetter Dr. Dallas, Texas ARNDT, DARREL R. 1 320 Mill Alva, Okla. ARNDT, LOWELL DUANE 2 1 2% S. Asbury Bethany, Okla. ARN ETT, H ENRY FOSTER Blackwell, Okla. ATTAWAY, CHARLES ALLEN 3034 S. W. 23rd Oklahoma• City, Okla. ATWOOD, ERNEST EDWIN Box 35 Byer, Ohio AU BREY, GAYLAND ERNEST Route 5 Kansas City, Mo. AUSTIN, LEO C. Mi nneapolis, Kans. AYRES, SHI RLEY NORENE 303 East "B" Ave. Altus, Okla. BACK, LEONARD EDWARD Clayton, Mo. BAILEY, COLLEEN L. 1 703V• Ash Duncan, Okla. BAILEY, GLENN WALLACE 6627 Grant St. St. Joseph, Mo. BAILEY, JAMES PERRY Route 5 Greenville, Texas BAKER, PEGGY J U N E 3 2 9 East "E" St. Hutchinson, Kans. BALDWIN, GEORGE DONALD 407 N . E. l st Bethany, Okla.

BALES, NORMA Route 1 Cherryvale, Kans. BALLEW, CAROL LEE 6359 Sni·A·Bar Rd. Kansas City, Mo.

BLAIR, CLARITA I RENE 441 E. Shelman McPherson, Kans.

BANKS, MARY ELIZABETH Route 2, Box 1 7 1 4 Battle Creek, Mich.

BLALOCK, MACK 1 003 S. College Bethany, Okla. BLANCHARD, H E N RY PI ERRE 4028 Camp St. New Orleans, La.

BARNES, LEE Route 4 Perry, Okla.

BLANCHARD, JESSE 4028 Camp St. New Orleans, La.

BARNHILL, IVAN RAY 3 1 1 6 Kentucky Shreveport, La.

BLANKENSHIP, JAMES RUSSELL 1 03 1 Nelson Denison·, Texas BLUE, JAM ES MARLOW Box 338 Alia nta, Texas

BARRON, JOHN Lamesa, Texas BASS, DWIGHT RUSSELL Dixon, Nebr. BASSHAM, T. RAYDEAN 1 1 2 E. Gordon· Sapulpa, Okla. BATEMAN, J ULIA ELLA 6924 Querlees Dr. Shreveport, La. BATEMAN, KENNETH DARRELL 922 Colorado Coffeyville, Kans.

BOGART, JOHN THOMAS 4 1 9V• N. E. Main Bethany, Okla. BOHANNAN, GRADY B. 1 1 09 S. I mperial Monaha.ns, Texas BOHANNAN, WILLIAM MONROE 7 1 2 N. West Ave. Bethany, Okla.

BAXTER, DONALD RAY Bethan.y, Oklo: BAXTER, WENDELL LOYD 307 N. W. l st Bethany, Okla.

BOHANNAN, LUTHER DOUGLAS 402 N . . Peniel Bethany, Okla.

BAYLES, GLEN N I S V I RJEANE 503 N. West Ave. Bethany, Okla.

BOND, MARION K I NG 1 23 N. 9th Dura nt, Okla.

BEALS, CLIFFORD 3223 N. Fairmount St. Sioux City, Iowa

BONN ER, WILLIAM HARVEY 1 09 S. E. l Oth Bethany, Okla. BONSER, ELS I E ARLENE Scottsbluff, Nebr.

BENNETT, CHARLES Emmell, Ark. BENNETT, DORI S Box 501 Bethany, Okla. BENNETT, RAMONA JO 1 807 S. Main Sapulpa, Okla.

BOLERJACK, FRANCIS 622 s. w. l si Bethany, Okla.

BOWLUS, MELVIN Alexander, Kans. BOWMAN, ALMA DARLENE Box 207 Vici, Oklo

BENNETT, ROWENA F I ELDS Dallas, Texas

BOWMAN, CLARETTA MAE Box 207 Vici, Okla.

BENNETT, VERLON WAYNE Box 1 25 Chesterhill, Ohio

BOWMAN, JACK OLIVER 409 N. W. l si Bethany, Okla.

BENTLEY, FAE MAR I E Laverne, Okla.

BOWMAN, JOHN J EFFERSON Route 2 Atlanta, Kans.

BERRY, J E N N I E MAXINE MI. View, Okla. BERRY, RUTH EVELYN Mt. View, Okla. B I BB, EDGAR 301 N. Beaver Ave. Skiatook, Okla. B I BB, FRANCES 301 N. Beaver Ave. Skiatook, Okla.

BOWMAN, LEE R. 4 1 0V, N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. BOZEMAN, JOE H . 7 3 4 Barkley Houston, Texas BRANNON, WILBUR Bethany, Okla.

BRITT, H ELEN ELIZABETH Shawm ut, Ala. BRITTAIN, BETT I E JANE 1 524 Lyle Ave. Waco, Texas BROCKMAN, VERNON LOGUS 208 N. College Bethany, Okla. BROOKS, TROY ELLIS 1 926 W. Elm Springfield, Mo. BROWN, A. DENTON 206 W. Main Bethany, Okla. BROWN, CHARLYN SPRAWLS 206 W. Main Bethany, Okla. BROWN, DOROTHY LEE 508 N. 4th Oakley, Kans. BROWN, DOROTHY M. Box 1 20, Route 4 Albuquerque, N. Mex. BROWN, GLORENE FAYE Wichita, Kans. BROWN, GRACE LOU I S E 5 0 8 N . 4th Oakley, Kans. BROWN, LEC I L Route 5 Searcy, Ark. BROWNING, DONNA RUTH Box 97 Pocasset, Oklo. BROWNING, EDWARD EQU I LLO Box 97 Pocasset, Okla. BROWNI NG, ELIZABETH CAROL 322 N . Redmar.d Bethany, Okla. BRYAN, ROBERT GEORGE 801 N . Crumley Guymon, Okla. B U C HAN, LESL I E GERALD Chase, Kans. BUGH, DWIGHT ART H U R 2437 N . 45th Ave. Omaha, Nebr. BULLOCK, FOY C. Bethan.y, Okla. BUMPUS, JOHN WILLIAM 2527 Bush Blvd. Birmingham, Ala. BU RCH, BILL E. Box 1 1 4 Melrose, N. Mex. B URKHART, PARK D. 2 1 5 W. l Oth Newton, Kans. BURNS, CECIL CARL 1 05 s. w. l si Bethany, Okla.

BRENNEMAN, MARTHA Newton, Kans.

BU RNS, PATRI C I A KAY 1 05 s. w. l si Bethany, Okla. BURR, JAMES A. 801 "E" Dodge City, Kans.

B I RDWELL, THEO Route 2, Box 229 Mercedes, Texas

BRIGGS, DORETHA MAE 9 1 7 Topeka Blvd. Topeka, Kans.

BURR, VELVA DORENE Route 2 Rocky Ford, Colo.

B I RDWELL, VIVIAN 608 N. Willow Bethany, Okla.

BRITT, BOB 5629 Maple Mission,, Kans.

BUTCH ER, B I LLY RAY 401 N. E. Main Bethany, Okla.

B I RDWELL, LEO E. 608 N. Willow Bethany, Okla.

BRANTON, ELS I E MAE 407 N. West Ave. Bethany, Okla.

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BYRD, LORRAIN NEAL 3 1 5 N. W. 5th Bethany, Okla. CALHOUN, R I C HARD EUGENE 918 E. Elm St. Enid, Okla. CALLI ES, ILA J U N E licking, Mo. CAMPBEll, PAU L I N E 804 !<noxcourt Denver, Colo. CAMPBEll, ROBERT BEECHER 3 1 5 S. Kansas St. Cherokee, Okla. CARGill, VERNON J. 7 1 6 N . Central Bethany, Okla. CARLISLE, LAVERNE MAXIE 1 1 08 S. Main Temple, Texas CASEY, RALPH EUGENE Bethany, Okla. CEARLEY, J EAN I N E 9 1 1 S . DCiir li ngton Tulsa, Okla. CHADWICK, MARY LEE Davis, Okla. CHAMBERS, H ERBERT E. 1 04 S. Donald Bethany, Okla. CHANDLER, ELS I E GAYLE Route 1 , Box 77 Texico, N. Mex. CHAPMAN, NORMA LEE · 201 c ardenas Dr. Albuquerque, N. Mex. CHARTON, PATRICIA ANN 1 07 N. Morrill Morrilton, Ark. CHASE, OPAL 3 1 45 "T" lincoln, Nebr. C H EATWOOD, BEVERLY DOLORES 1 550 Parker St. Shreveport, La. C H ENOWETH, MARY MAX I N E Route 1 Woodward, Okla. CH ERRY, BETTY J EAN 208 E. Enterprise Abilene, Kans. C H ESH I R E EUNICE CI-!AMBERS Box 295 Bethany, Okla. C H I N N, MARGARET LUCILLE 807 N. Willow Betha.ny, Okla. C H I N N , THEODORE M. 807 N. Willow Bethany, Okla. CLARY, BETTY JANE Box 96 Mason, Texas CLEGG, LUTHER BRYAN Hud Route Rotan, Texas CLI FTON, LEONA ESTELLE Box 1 1 8 1 Aransas Pass, Texas CLOSE, DELVA J U N E Mulvane, Kans. COATES, LOLA -'MAE 8215 Bendell Dr. Houston, Texas

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COLBY, DAN I EL DAVID 1 408 "B" Garden, City, Kans. COLE, J ERRY Center Point, La. COLEMAN, RUTH 504 N. W. 5th Bethany, Okla. COLLINS, BOBBY G. laird Hill, Texas CON NALLY, MARGARETTE SUE Route 1 La J unta, Colo. CONRAD, GREETA RUTH 1 604 w. 5th Coffeyville, Kans. CONRAD, WILLIAM HOWARD 1 604 w. 5th Coffeyville, Kans. COOK, ALVIN BYRD Sharon, Okla. COOK, PAUL I N E LOIS 3 1 7 Hobsin Ave. Hot Springs, Ark. COON, GLORIA LEE I rving, Texas COOP, JOYCE ARLENE 6359 Sni-A-Bar Rd. Kansas City, Mo. COOPER, RONALD KIRK Box 245 Melrose, N. Mex. COPE, ANDREW GLEN 7905 Harwell Ft. Worth, Texas COPE, EVA MAE Route 1, Box 289 Wewoka, Okla. CORNWEll, DONALD EDGAR Osborne, Kans. COSTON, ALTON H. 4 1 6 S. E. 5th Bethany, Okla. COSTON, DORIS DEAN Route 2 Frederick, Okla. COURTNEY, MIKE O'DEll 1 04Y2 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. COURTNEY, PHI LLI P PATRICK l l Y2 N. W. Main Miami, Okla. COX, BETTY JOLENE 224 E. Mosier Norman, Okla. COX, FAYE IMOGENE Iotan, Mo. COX, JACK WAYNE Sherman, Texas CRANSON, DONALD H . L a J unto, Colo. CRAWFORD, MARGIE LOREECE 603 E. Young St. Tulsa, Okla.

CROUCH, CLEVA MAE lockney, Texas CULLEY, OLVETTE LOU ISE 1 10 N . College Bethany, Okla. CULWEll, JORDAN HAROLD 403 N . Redmond Bethany, Okla. CURRY, ROBERT LEE Oklahoma City, Okla. CYPERT, LENA RUTH Route 3 Brownfield, Texas CYPERT, J EANNE TAYLOR Bethany, Okla. DAMEWOOD, LEOLA BEll 1 5 1 6 w. 1 st Coffeyville, Kans. DANNER, R I CHARD 2942 Arlington Ave. Evansville, I nd. DANI ELS, H ELEN MAR I E Wellington, Ka,.,s. DAVIDSON, JO EllEN Prague, Okla. DAVIDSON, J O H N H EN N IGER 406 N. E. 1 st Bethany, Okla. DAVIS, BARBARA J U N E 1 1 1 % N. West Ave. Bethany, Okla. DAVIS, B ETTY DORIS Route 3 Carthage, Mo. DAVIS, CHARLES MARLIN Red Rock, Texas DAVIS, DELLA MARIE Everton·, Mo. DAVIS, KENDAll RAY Route 9, Box 654 Tulsa, Okla. DAVIS, MARGERY EDITH 3539 Garfield Kansas City, ·Mo. DAYHOFF, LAVERNA 2 1 09 30th St. Great Bend, Kans. DEAN, A N N I E RUTH Box 264 Waurika, Okla. DEFOYD, JACQU ETTA 2 1 6 s. 1 9th Frederick, Okla. DEHART, GEORGE B06 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla.

CRAWFORD, NANCY CARROL 603 E. Young St. Tulsa, Okla.

DEHART, VERA MAE 806 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. DELONG, MARI LYN l. 55 1 4 C restwood Dr. Kansas City, Mo.

CRENSHAW, DONALD EUGENE 1 l 6V2 N. College Bethany, Okla.

DEMETRE, J ERRY L. 201 Rutherford Pine B luff, Ark.

CRENSHAW, SHI RLEY MAY 1 420 Springfield St. Stillwater, Okla.

DENNIS, LUTHER M. 407V2 Redmond Bethany, Okla.

CREWS, THEAL 6 1 3 lakeview Pineville, La.

COE, MARGARET JANE 902 fribley Tampa, Florida

CROOK, WILMA LOIS 2522 5th Great Bend, Kans.

COGDill, OSCAR GLEN Bethany, Okla.

CROUCH, CHARLES GOODWIN lockney, Texas

D I C K, KEN EUGENE 1 0 1 2 E. Haskell Pl. Tulsa, Oklo.

D I C KERMAN, DORIS CAROLYN Box 775 Floydada, Texas D I FFEE, JOE THOMAS 1 623 W. 23rd little Rock, Ark. D I LLARD, CARL ALVIN 1 05 s. w. l si Bethany, Okla. DI LLARD, W I LMA FERN 1 05 S. W. l si Bethany, Okla. D I MOND, M I N N I E BLANC H E 3 0 3 N. College Bethany, Okla. D I NW I DD I E, EMIT C. Box 623 Bethany, Okla. D I NW I D D I E, lUCi llE Box 623 Bethany, Okla. DI RKSEN, lilliE MAE 659 S. 3rd St. Medford, Okla. DODSON, ANN LOU 909 1 st Ave. lawrenceburg, Tenn. DOGGETT, BENNY FRANK Route 3, Box 20 Bartlesville, Okla.. DOLE, W. DWIGHT 3554 Howard Omaha, Nebr. DOROUGH, CAROLYN WEST 1 928 Arizona Dallas, ·Texas DOUGHARTY, W I LBURN THOMAS Hydro, Oklo. DOWNS, EVELYN CAROTHERS Box 459 Bethany, Okla. DRAPER, Bill D. Box 1 33 Queen City, Texas DRYE, JONAH T. Box 23 Bethany, Okla. DRYE, VESTA LEE Box 23 Bethany, Okla. DUDNEY, BENNETT L. 307 N. College Bethany, Oklo. D U N N, H. H . Y u b a City, Calif. EAGON, LENO�A ETHEL Shattuck, Okla. EAGON, MARGARET FERN Shattuck, Okla. EASON, HAROLD RAy 2 1 4Y2 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. EASON, LORETTA 2 1 4% N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. EATON, WI LDA ILENE Palco, Kans. EDMONDS, SAMUEL EDWARD Harrah, Okla. EDWARDS, HAROLD WAYNE 4 1 0 Oak Ave. Duncan, Okla.

D I CK, R H EA PAUL I N E 1 0 1 2 E . Haskell Pl. Tulsa, Okla.

EDWARDS, RALPH C. 52 1 2 N. Miller Oklahoma City, Okla.

DICKERMAN, ALVIS GRANT Box 775 Floydada, Texas

EDWARDS, V I RG I N I A CAMPBELL 409 N. Florence Claremore, Okla.


ELKINS, CHARLES THOMAS Route 6, Box 6 1 6 Pine Bl uff, Ark.

FORD, B I LLY MARION Route 1, Box 1 00 Lufkin, Texas

Ell, RUTH 2 1 0 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

FORSHEE, PEGGY RUTH 203 s. 9th Duncan, Okla. FOUST, THOMA S ALBERT 306 Southern Parsons, Kans. FOWLER, LYNN S. Elkhart, Kans.

ELLI OTT, FRANK CHARLES Aurora, Mo. ELLIS, DOYLE EUGENE Gaylord, Kans. ELLIS, NORMA LOREE 62 1 W. Bdwy. St. Hen ryetta, Okla. ELROD, BETTY JANE 1 8 1 3 Farson St. Joseph, Mo. ENGLE, RUTH 1 003 N . W. 96th Oklahoma City, Okla. ENTERLINE, NORMAN LEE Gray, Okla.. EPPLER, ALLIE EMMERT 1 0 1 3 N. W. 96th Oklahoma City, Okla. ETHRIDGE, CORA ANN 504 N. St. Joe St. Morrilton, Ark. EU BANKS, EDD I E L. Bethany, Okla. EVANS, GERALDI N E Sulphur, La. EVERETT, GRACE LUCILLE Baker, La. FALES, HERMAN S. 408 N. E. 2nd Bethany, Okla. FARR, BUDDY D'WAYN E 1 732 W . 6th St. Texarkana, Texas FECHNER, JOHN CHARLES 1 2 1 0 W. College Betha,ny, Okla. FENT, MARGUERI ETE Guthrie, Okla. FERRAEZ, FERNANDO Bethany, Oklo. FETTERS, BOB R. Box 575 Bethany, Okla. FEU RTADO, JACK WARREN 701 E. Rush St. Marshall, Texas F I NLEY, DOROTHY 3 1 0 N. Wheeler Bethany, Okla. FISHER, CLYDE LEE 7 1 2 W. 7th St. Leavenworth, Kans. F I SHER, LO I S ARLENE 308 S. Baaver Bethany, Okla. F I TZGERALD, DONALD RAY 7500 S. Hudson Oklahoma City, Okla. F I TZGERALD, ROBERT BRUCE 302 S. E. Main Bethany, Okla. FLETCHER, DOUGLAS GENE 229 W. Montry St. Denison, Texas FLOWERS, LENORA L. Box 1 47 Erick, Oklo. FOLSOM, BOBBIE DOX I E 6 1 1 Morrell Ave. Baytown, Texas

FOX, PAUL BENJAM I N Box 246 Bethany, Okla. FREEBURG, SIDNEY GORDON Route 1, Box 38 Ava, Mo. FRENCH, RACHAEL DEJUANA 245 East "C" Park Hill No. Little Rock, Ark. FREY, VERNA EILEEN Bethany, Okla. GANSHORN, CAROL 1 041 S. 36th St. Lincoln, Nebr. GARBER, B I LLY GENE 1 1 9V> N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. GARBER, THOMAS RAYMOND Route 2 Galena, Kans. GARDNER, CLEDITH JANE Duncan, Okla. GARDNER, DONNA MAE Garnet Meso Delta, Colo. GARN ETT, EMIL EARL Fargo, Okla. GARNER, DARWIN ALBERT Killock, Okla. GEE, PATSY C HARLOTTE 222 1 S. Riverside Dr. Fort Worth, Texas GEORGE, HEIDRICK A. Box 86 La Villa, Texas GEORGE, L. CANTLEY Box 86 La. Villa, Texas GEWIN, CARL 204 N. W. 6th Bethany, Okla. GHANT, LORAN R. Malden, Mo. GI BBS, DRUSILLA I N EZ Route 1, Box 3 B Quail, Texas GILLEY, MARVI N G. 605 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. GI LLHAM, J . D., J R. 330 Cornieal Greenville, Texas GIRE, EVELYN JODEANE 220 E. Ashland Nevada, Mo.

GOODMAN, N ELDA LOU ISE 607 W. Arapaho Weatherford, Okla. GOODWIN, PATSY LEE 410 13 W. Chapel Sa n.ta Maria, Calif.

HALL, EDWARD JAMES 722 N. Beaver Bethany, Okla. HALL, FERN ELLA Box 747 Bethany, Okla.

GOULDEN, DARRELL ROLAND 1 1 3 Merrill St. Ma rsha II, T exa5 GRAHAM, KERNEY Route 2 Kaw City, Okla.

HALE, JAMES ROBERT 9 1 7 Fairview Dr. Bethany, Okla. HALL, VERA NAD I N E Route 3, Box 1 79 Muldrow, Okla.

GRAHAM, PEGGY A N N E 1 507 w. 26th Houston, Texas GRANGER, K E N N ETH N EAL St. Louis, Mo. GRAY, BON N I E LEE 1 045 S. Hobart Pampa, Texas

HAMILTON, PAUL LEROY 8 1 7 W. Ridge Dr. Wichita, Kans.

GRAY, FABLE NAOMI Oklahoma City, Okla. GREEN, JOSEP H I N E HARVILLE 1 07 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. GREEN, MAX LYNN 3 1 7 S. Oa k Hol d enville, Okla. GREEN, RAMONA LAVERNE 521 E. Bdwy. Hollis, Okla. GREEN, ROBERT HAROLD 1 07 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. GREEN, WANDA HOFFMAN Longview, Texas GRIFFITH, LETA MAE 6 1 7 Edison Ave. La J unta, Colo. GRIPON, EULA LEE 903 Stanto" St. Beaumont, TfXOS GRI SHAM, JAMES COHEN 827 35th St. Oakland, Calif. G U N N, GORDON CARL Edmond, Okla. GUYETT, LEROY DAVID 4 1 1 S. Lawndale Kansas City, Mo. HAGEMEIER, PAUL 720 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. HAGI N, CORDOVA R. 302 S. Beaver Bethany, Okla. HAGIN, FRANK G. 302 S. Beaver Bethany, Okla. H A I N EY, MERYLE N EWSOM Bethany, Okla.

GOEN, DONALD L. 509 Hatley Dr. Bethany, Okla.

HAIR, JAMES EVERETTE 8 1 6 W. Mon-terey Denison, Texas

GOODE, HERBERT S. Grand Saline, Texas

HALE, ROBERT WALLACE 508 N. College Bethany, Okla. HALL, DALE RAY 303 N. College Bethany, Okla.

GOODSON, WI LLIAM KENNETH 2009 New Boston Rd. Texarkana, Texas GORE, GENE L.· 5 1 7 Oak St. Clovis, N. Mex. GOULDEN, ARLEY 1 1 3 Merrill St. Marshall, Texas

GLI DDIN, ZELLA V. 205 W. "A" Ave. Glendale, Ariz.

GOLI GHTLY, B. F. Box 224 Mclean, Texas

HALE, MARJORIE ANN 612 "B" S. E. Miami, Okla.

HAMPTON, JOYCE MONT I N E 1 1 1 0 Memorial Dr. Atlanta, Ga. HANDLEY, J IMMY 2 1 2 S. 3rd Ponca City, Okla•. HARGROVE, MABLENE Batesvil le, Ark. HARPER, ALVIN ALEXANDER 1 1 1 S. Donald Bethany, Okla. HARPER, MARK DAVID Kirwin, Kans. HARRIS, BILLY JOE 632 E. Grandy Denison, Texas HARRIS, HU BERT R. Bethany, Okla. HARRISON, CHARLES RAY Bethany, Okla. HARROD, MARJORIE ELLEN Route 1 Olton, Texas HARROD, VANITA CAROL Route 1 Olton., Texas HART, AMELIA ANN E. 3rd St. Prescott, Ark. HARTER, BETTY J EAN 615 N. 6th St. McAllen, Texas HATLEY, MELVIN EARL 4820 N. Portland Oklahoma City, Okla. HAWKINS, NAOMI JOY 602 Weaver Emporia, Kans. HAYNES, FAY CAROL Box 54 Rio Hondo, Texas H E I D EBRECHT, ALLEN B. Bethany, Okla. H EIZER, W I LBUR EUGENE Bethany, Okla. HELSEL, CHARLES WALTER 943 Lincoln Ave. Loveland, Colo.

HALE, H ENRY JACK 612 "B" S. E. Miami, Okla.

HEMBREE, MARY LOUISE 8 1 5 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

HALE, LOVETA MAE 739 N. Louisa Shawnee, Okla.

H EMBREE, ROBERT FLOYD 8 1 5 N. Paniel Bethany, Okla.

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H ENDERSON, EVELYN JOYCE Shawnut, Ala. H ENDERSON, W I LLARD NOEL Bethany, Okla. H ENDRI CK, GEN EVA WOODLEE 4 1 4 N. Central Bethany, Okla. H ENSON, EDWIN NEAL Bethany, Okla. HERREN, H I LLIS 1 407 W. Cherry Nevada, Ma. H ERRICK, J IMMY Farmington, N. Mex. H ERRI CK, RALPH W. Farmington, N . Mex. H ESS, JOSEPH LEONARD 501 N . W. 7th Bethany, Okla. H ESS, LEON DEAN 522 E. Freeport Broken Arrow, Okla. H I GHTOWER, W I LMA Route 1 Dodson, Texas H I LL, EDWARD OLIVER Pahokee, Fla. H I LL, THOMAS WILLIAM 4505 N . 1 4th Pl. Phoenix, Ariz. H I M ES, HAROLD ELDO Sterling, Okla. HOCKER, MARVIN LEROY 607 Vermont St. Austin, Texas HODGSON, CHANTEL J EAN I N E 1 220 S . Glass St. Sioux City, Iowa HODGSON, ROBERT EUGENE, JR. 1 220 S. Glass St. Sioux City, Iowa HOFFPA U I R, CLARENCE WILLIAM Sulph ur, La. HOFFPA U I R, LARRY J . Bethany, Okla. HOLCOMB, DOROTHY FERN Route 3 Walters, Okla. HOLLIS, J EWEL 2324 w. 8th little Rock, Ark. HOOTS, BOBBY FRANKL I N Columbia, Ky. HORST, DORI S LOU ISE Newton, Kans. HORTON, LAWRANCE DALE Carnegie, Okla. HOUSE, CLARIECE 1 2 1 7 Parker St. No. little Rock, Ark. HOUSE, JANET R H EA Bethany, Okla. HOUSTON, J UAN ITA MAY Freeport, Texas HOWLAND, DELMA JOYAL 4 1 7 S. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. HOWLAND, ERN EST WAYNE 4 1 7 S. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. HOXSEY, JACQUELIN Atwood, Kans. HU BBS, ARTHUR E. 215 N. Wheeler Bethany, Okla. H U F F, ROBERT F. Shawnut, Ala. H U H N KE, ALFREDA C H RI ST I N E New Rockford, N . D .

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H U LL, JAMES LAWRENCE 550 s. 1 1 th Salina, Kans.

KANNADY, RUTH NAOMI 5940 E. 2 n d Tulsa, Okla.

LAMBERT, TERRY K. Route 3, Box 2 1 2D Oklahoma City, Okla.

H U NTER, ELEANOR PEARL lenora, Okla.

KASTNER, ART Altus, Okla. KEHR, DORIS LUCILLE Dighton, Kans.

LAND, H . LEROY Bethany, Okla.

H U NTER, EVER ETTE LEROY 1 1 1 S. 1 3th St. Garden City, Kans. H U NTER, WILLIAM DALE 2900 Frederick Sh reveport, La. HUTCH ENS, W I N EVA LOU I S E Tishomingo, Okla. I CE, CHARLES MAYFIELD Bethany, Okla. IMEL, EVELYN J EAN 2200 Ohio lawrence, Kans. IMEL, JACK LEON 2200 Ohio Lawrence, Kans. I NGLE, DELLA LEE Route 1 Antlers, Okla. I RV I N E, V I RG I N I A Route 2 Neodesha, Kans.

KEHR, EMANUEL WI LBUR Dighton, Kans.

KELLEY, FRAN C I S MARION Beaumont, Texas KERSTEN, MYRON J . Carnegie, Okla. KETCHUM, BETTY JANE 309 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla.

LEAC H , DONNA MERCEDES Callaway, Nebr.

KIDD, AGNES J . Asher, Okla. K I FER, NEVA ZOE Stillwater, Okla.

LEE, B i llY WAY N E 2 0 8 N. College Bethany, Okla.

KIMBROUGH, MARY KAY 403 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla. KING, ANNA NELL 1 008 Hickory Sweetwater, Texas

JACK, ZELMA KATH ERI N E Bethany, Okla.

KI NG, EARL GENE 3 1 2 s. w. 4th Bethany, Okla. KI NSEY, CHARLES E., JR. Box 1 .097 Wichita Falls, Texas

JAHDE, LILA Sioux City, Iowa JANUARY, JAMES C. 1 07 N . W. 6th Bethany, Okla.

K I RBY, DORSEY RAYMOND 3 6 1 8 Campbell St. Kansas City, Mo. KNEE, ELMER H E N RY North Richmond, Wash.

J EN N I NGS, LAllA J EA N N EN E Bethany, Okla.

KNI GHT, JOHN ALLEN 220 E. Pa lm Dr. lakeland, Fla. KNUTSON, J EAN ELIZABETH 822 Circle Q Hastings, Nebr.

ISHAM, HAROLD FOSTER Bethany, Okla.

JOH NSON, EDITH KERSTEN Bethany, Oklo·. JOH NSON, E U N I C E MAR I E 1 60 1 S . Wahsath St. Colorado Springs, Colo. JOH NSON, GARLAND SHADIOUS Bethany, Okla. JOH NSON, PAUL 603 N. 4th Durant, Okla. JOH NSON, W I LLIAM OSBYRN 723 N . Mueller Bethany, Okla. JOH NSTON, RAYMOND W. 1 07 S. E. l Oth Bethany, Okla. JON ES, BARBARA J EAN Route 3 H utchinson, Kans. JONES, CHARLES EDWI N 2 9 1 5 Bales Kansas City, Mo.

LANDTROOP, DOYCE A Box 3 1 Floyd, N . Mex. LANHAM, DELBERT G. Route 4 Woodward, Okla.

KN UTSON, R I CHARD W. 822 Circle Q Hastings, Nebr. KREIE, EVA 1 1 4 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla. K R E I E, NEVA JO Box 1 33 Sylvia, Kan�. KREIE, RUTH ALI N E Box 1 33 Sylvia, Kans. KRIGBAUM, NAOMI ELS I E B o x 773 Bartlesvi lle, Okla. KUNKEL, ELIZABETH LOU ISE 5401 N. Portland Oklahoma City, Okla.

LEE, B I LLY EUGENE 6 1 0 N. W. 7th Bethany, Okla.

LEE, H ELEN 610 N . W. 7th Bethany, Okla. LEFFEL, ROBERT LEROY Route 3 Hutchinson, Kans. LEFFEL, SH ERRY RUTH Route 3 Hutchinson, Kens LEHMAN, LEO DEAN Route 4 Woodward, Oklo. LEHMAN, LOWELL DUANE Route 4 Woodward, Okla. LEMAY, MORA J A N E Siloam Springs, Ark. LEVE R I C H , JACK L. 1 1 7 W. Acres Norman, Okla. LEWIS, LOREN W I N FRED Oklaunion, Texas LIGHT, DOLLENE LAVEDA Route 1 0, Box 1 93 Oklahoma City, Okla. L I NDLEY, BOBBY RAY 402 N. W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. LITTLE, BUDDY 901 N . Harris Tyler, Texas L IVI NGSTON, WILLIAM Box 8 1 57 Tulsa, Okla. LONG, CLAUDE G I NTER Joh nson, Kans. LOUTHAN, lYNN WESLEY Perry, Okla. LUNA, PEDRO B. 5707 N. W. 41 Oklahoma City, Okla. McALLISTER, BEVERLY LOIS Box 296 Alma, Ark.

JONES, CHARLES RAY 508 N. College Bethany, Okla..

LACKEY, GEORGE AMOS Route 1 Pharr1 Texas

JONES, DEJUANA LOU HALE 508 N. College Bethany, Okla.

LADUE, ELDRED MAE 723 N. Elm St. Greenville, Ill.

McARTHUR, WANDA J U N E 41 1 S . Wash ington Hobart, Okla.

JON ES, MARY JAN ETTE Miami, Okla.

LAMAR, ROSE FAYE Anadarko, Okla.

JON ES, RI CHARD ANDREW Route 3 H utchinson, Kans.

LAMB, HARRY l. Ford, Kans.

McBURN ETT, H ELEN L. 1 07 S. E. 7th Bethany, Okla.

JORDAN, B I LLI E GENE Temple, Texas

LAMBERT, JOHN RUSSELL Box 604 Bethany, Okla.

JUST I C E, CLAUD EUGENE 1 1 0 S. Marshall Van Alstyne, Texas

LAMBERT, MAD I E RAVE Box 97 1 Vivian, La.

McARTHUR, PHYLLIS JAMESON Bethany, Okla.

McBURN ETT, ROBERT C. 1 07 S. E. 7th Bethany, Okla. McBURN ETT, SAM Bethany, Okla. McCORY, J I MM I E EARL Abla ny, Ore.


McCLAFLIN, E. DALE 1 06 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

MAIDEN, HAROLD L. 208 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla.

McCLAIN, NEVA DEAN 1 307 Portland Plai nview, Texas McCLAIN, THOMAS BOYD 227 Lynn Ave. Clarksdale, Miss.

MARET, EDITH 207 N. W. 1 st Bethany, Okla.

McCOLLOM, RUSSEL RICHARD Eureka, Kans.

MARRS, WI LLODENE SAUER Filer, Idaho

McCOLLOUGH, EMMA J EAN Belort, Kans.

MART I N, ALICE B. 1 709 E. Washi ngton Ave. No. Li!!le Rock, Ark.

McCOMAS, SUNNY SI BYL 6 1 2 1 Heidel Ave. Baton Rouge, La.

MARNER, GEORGIA C H R ISTI N E 3 2 2 E . Sa n Miquel Colorado Springs, Cola.

MARTI N, B ETTY WRETLING Bethany, Okla.

McCRAW, FAYE EMILY 3732 Bales Ave. Kansas City, Mo.

MARTI N, DON ALLEN 307 S. College Bethany, Okla.

McCREERY, H ELEN 403 N. Mueller Bethany, Okla. McCREERY, M I LTON LEVERT 403 N. Mueller Bethany, Oklo.

MART I N , MARY LOU Erick, Okla.

McDAN I EL, JOSEPH CLARKE 52 1 3 Granada Kansas City, Mo.

MARTI N, ROY Q U I NCY 1 833 N . E. 1 1 th Oklahoma City, Okla. MARTI N, STEPHENS MORRIS 307 N. Peniel Betha.ny, Okla.

MONTGOMERY, DOYLE WAYNE Kechi, Kans. MONTGOMERY, WI LMA FAY 1 205 s. w. 28th Oklahoma City, Okla. MOON, FRED MAU R I C E 1 0 1 N . Asbury Bethany, Okla. MOORE, DARRELL P. 1 009 Main. Delta, Cole>. MOORE, GENE A. 409 S. Alabama Amarillo, Texas MOORE, GEORGE C . 2 1 4 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla. MOORE, JACKIE H ELENE 409 S. Alabama Amarillo, Texas MOORE, JAMES VERNON 1 620 Andover St. Oklahoma City, Okla. MOORE, MARTHA ANN Box 449 Ca rlsbad, N. Mex.

McDUFF, JAMES 0. Olio, La.

MASON, LEWIS ALEXANDER 3 1 0 N. W. 4th Bethany, Okla.

McFARLAND, BETTY ESTHER Route 3, Box 1 20 Elk City, Okla.

MAYFI ELD, GERALD I N E Sallisaw, Okla.

MOORE, MAU R I C E 1 009 Main Delta, Colo. MOORE, THOMAS CLAYTON 1 004 W. 33rd St. Austin, Texas

MAYO, HEWEY WILFORD 1 809 Sales St. Greenville, Texas

MORGAN, MERRILL MARVIN 509 N. E. 1 st Bethany, Okla.

MAYO, S. ALVI N Route 1 , Box 1 98 Lake Charles, La.

MORGAN, MONA SUE Wister, Okla.

McFERREN, GEORGE M. 323 S. Windomere Dallas, Texas McGINTY, BOBBY DWIGHT Searcy, Ark. McGI NTY, DAN I EL DOYNE Bethany, Okla. McGRAW, DAVID WENDELL 9 1 6 West Ave. G Temple, Texas McGREW, IDA SUE Caddo, Oklo,. Mc i N N I S, J ETTA MAE 2507 Ohsfeldt Houston, Texas McKAY, JOHN STANLEY 2609 Lincoln Shreveport, La. McKELLI PS, HAROLD M. 4205 Fitzgerald Wichita, Kons. McKINLEY, ALFRED THOMAS 415 N. Central Dodge City, Kans.

MEAD, J U N E LYN ETTE Box 382 Albany, Texas MEADOR, J. T. 209 E. 2nd St. Borger, Texas MEADOR, N ELDA FAYE 209 E. 2nd St. Barger, Texas MEAZELL, NORMAN D. 1 1 3 N. 1 8th St. Colorado Springs, Colo.

MORRIS, BOYD 508 Ida Garden City, Kans. MORRIS, RENA MAX I N E 208 E . 9th St. Cisco, Texas MOWRY, JAMES NELSON 509 w. 1 1 th North Pla!!e, Nebr. MOYER, VELMA LOU ISE 207 W. Poplar Lamar, Colo.

MEESEY, DALE LEONARD Maplewood, Mo.

MOYER, VERTA LEE 207 W. Poplar Lamar, Colo.

MERRILL, KENNETH ROGERS 4 1 07 Victory Dr. Marsh<>ll, Texas

MURRAY, BARBARA GENE 604 Arizona, Wake Village Texarkana, Texas

MILLER, JOEL E. 1 07 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

MU RRAY, DALE LEE Bradleyville, Mo.

McLAIN, CHARLOTTE ANN 1 1 8 N. Donald Bethany, Okla.

MI LLER, PAULI N E E. Bethany, Okla.

MU RRAY, MODENA Route 1 Tahoka, Texao

McNABB, WI LLIAM ARTH UR Route 3 Greenbrir, Ark.

MI LLER, WI LLIAM V I LAS 4302 Arkansas Wichita, Kans.

MYERS, ARTH U R W I LLIAM Box 744 Kalvesta, Kans.

McREYNOLDS, VESTA MAR I E 8 1 8 E . 6th Hutchinson, Kans.

MI LLICAN, CAROLYN FAITH 9 1 7 Preston St. Waco, Texas

MACKEY, JANET Route 2 LaJ un!a, Colo.

M I LL I CAN, NORMAN PAUL 9 1 7 Preston St. Waco, Texas

MADDUX, MAYNARD LEE 304 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. 路

MI LLN ER, DOROTHY P. Box 55 Dodson, Texas

MADDUX, WILLETA SHEPARD 304 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

MIYAN I S H I , BARBARA H. 5 1 3 Kaiwiula, St. Honolulu, T. H .

MAIDEN EULA MAE BOND 208 N W. 1 st Bethany, Okla.

MOBLEY, ORVILLE GEORGE 223 S. Walnut Sapulpa, Okla.

MYERS, BEVERLY JOYCE Box 1 73 Craig Mo. MYERS, FLOYD FRAN KLIN Kalvesta, Kans. MYERS, WANDA JOAN Box 744 Bethany, Okla. NANCE, JACK L. 609 Tulakes Bethany, Oklo NEAL, MARY FRANCES 6 1 0 N. Donald Bethany, Okla. NEAL, MORRIS L. Bethany, Okla.

N EWMAN, J U N E 1 1 OV2 N . College Bethany, Okla. N I C HOLS, JAMES CLAUDE Pryon, Okla. N I C H OLS, VESTAL OTHO Bethany, Okla. NOFFSI NGER, J IMMIE KEITH 406 C u rtis Brush, Colo. NOFFSI NGER, WI LBUR DEAN 406 C u rtis Brush, Colo. NORED, GERALD I N E Box 345 Poteau, Okla. NUTTER, MARY BETH Route 2, Box 39 Conwa,y, Ark. OAKES, FRANCIS DONALD Box 1 767 San Benito, Texas OAKES, NORMA J EANETTE Route 1 1 , Box 438 Oklahoma City, Okla. OGDEN, LOREN EUGENE 3609 Van Buren Amarillo, Texas O'HARA, MARTHA C. 9 1 6 Park Ave. Greenville, Texas OLIVER, R I CHARD GLYNN 621 Olive No. Li!!le Rock, Ark. ORNDOFF, PAUL B. Route 6 Faye!!eville, Ark. OSBORNE, R I CHARD 2 9 1 5 lvandell Dallas, Texas OSH I RA, ALI C E T. 1 1 06 Kaili St. Honolulu, H. T. OWENS, ADELI N E Smith Apt. N o . 8 Betha路ny, Okla. OWENS, DONALD DEAN Smith Apt. No. B Bethany, Okla. OWENS, NOLA JOYCE 1 2 1 Texas Ave. Woodward, Okla. OWENS, SYDNALEA Woodward, Okla. OXFORD, HARRY WILBURN Mablevale, Ark. OYLER, CALVIN BERYL 540 Pa!!ie Wichita, Kans. OYLER, DONALD EDWARD Meade, Ka ns. OYLER, ELVA MARl E Bethany, Okla. PADEN, BERNARD FRANK 1 680 Whitmore Omaha, Nebr. PADEN, PAUL CHARLES 1 680 Whitmore Omaha, Nebr. PAGAN, KEITH A. Route 2, Box 50 Stroud, Okla. PAGAN, REEDA GAIL Route 2, Box 50 Stroud, Okla. PANTON, W I LLIAM BERNARD Fil lmo re, N. Y.

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PARISH, FREDA MAE 704 Cornish St. No. Little Rock, Ark.

POOLER, ULUS PRICE 1 400 s. w. 28th Oklahoma City, Okla.

R I C H I E, JAMES WENDELL 1 622 N. Market Wichita, Kans.

SAND ERS, MARGRETTA A. 3900 30th St. Port Arthur, Texas

PARKER, CLARENCE M. 202 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

POSEY, DOROTHY FAITH 1 03 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

R I D ENOUR, WILLIAM WAYNE 604 N. W. 2nd Bethan.y, Okla. R I GGS, J ERRY PATTERSON Bethany, Okla.

SANDERS, RAY DON 2 1 2 N. Redmond Bethany, Okl� . SANDERSON, D I X I E AVALENE 8 2 1 Ross St. Clovis, N. Mex.

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PARKER, ROBERT LOU I S Bethany, Okla. PARKER, ROSEANNA MAY Route 2 Sylvia, Kans. PARKHU RST, LOU I S GILFORD Bethany, Okla. PATTERSON, ALMA RUTH Route 2 Abernathy, Texas PATTERSON, C. VESTER Route 2 Abernathy, Texas PAYNE, JOY 1 550 Houston Muskogee, Oklo. PAYTON, OLIN VAN 1 04 s. w. 5th Bethany, Okla. PECK, BENNYEDON 707 N. College Bethany, Okla. PENDLETON, JOHN PAUL Route 3 Wills Point, Texas PENNER, DOROTHY DARLENE Box 40 1 , Route 1 Clinton, Okla. PERKINS, BON N I E EDWIN Route 1 Post, Texas PERRYMAN, N ITA RAE Box 225 Mineral Wells, Texas PERSHALL, R I CHARD EUGENE 905 Davis Clovis, N. Mex. PERSYN, RONALD ELZ I E Clearwater, Kans.

POWER, ELBERT NEWMAN 206 Caddo St. Marshall, Texas POWERS, R I C HMANO WADE 2640 8th St. Port Arthur, Texas PRATT, S H I RLEY ELA I N E Route 1 Kingsley, Iowa PRENTICE, CARL ORTHER 535 Russell Ave. El Dorado, Ark. PRENTICE, GEORGE CRAWFORD 535 Russell Ave. El Dorado, Ark. PRICHARD, WALTER LLOYD Bethaay, Okla. PRINCE, B I LLY JOE 310 N. Jackson Altus, Okla. PRINCE, FRANCES IMOGENE Route 5, Box 1 48 Marshall, Texas PROPES, FOREST R. Route 5 Henderson, Texas PUGH, BARBARA J EAN Route 6 Lawrence, Kans. RAIN BOLT, PATSY RUTH 2 1 0 W. Navajo Cleveland, Okla. RAMQUI ST, GLORIA J EAN 6555 Holmes Rd. Kan.s as City, Mo. RAY, ROBERT B L A I R 1 903 22nd St. Bradenton, Fla.

PETERS, THOMAS IRVIN Arkadelphia•, Ark. PETTY, JO ANNE N. Commercial Dr. Clovis, N. Mex. PHELPS, ANN 28 1 7 20th St. N. St. Petersburg, Fla.

RAY, WILLIAM JACKSON 1 903 22nd St. Bradenton, Fla.

PHI LLI PS, ARLENE JANELLE 207 S. Asbury Bethany, Okla.

RAYMER, VIOLA GERTRUDE Route 1, Box 382 De Ridder, La.

P H I LL I PS, BETTY J EAN Bethany, Okla. PH I LLI PS, LEAH DELL 2702 4 1 st Pl. Des Moines, Iowa P H I LL I PS, MAE ELA I N E Route 3 H utchinson, Kans. PI ERCE, MELVIN LEROY Box 591 Mclean, Texas PI TTS, MILDRED VIRGINIA 323 Oakland St. Lake Cha rles, La. PITTS, UMSTED CAL VI N Box 1 4 Baguis City, Philippines

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POSEY, JAMES Box 368 Wellington, Texas

RAYMER, IONA LOU Route 1 , Box 382 De Ridder, La.

RECTOR, MARY KATHRYN Cha nute, Kans. REEP, FRANCIS LA VON N E 1 842 Vermont Lawrence, Kans.

R I GGS, MARVIN ELLIS 3808 Forest Great Bend, Kans. RIGGS, OLEN LON N I E, J R. Bethany, Okla. R I PPER, NADENE ELEANOR 501 N. Willow Bethany, Okla. ROBERTSON, GEORGE 1 32 1 E. McKinley Sapulpa, Okla. ROBERTSON, OPHELIA 1 32 1 E. McKinley Sapulpa, Okla. ROBI NSON, CLARA J EAN ETTE 1 825 Baylor Ave. Waco, Texas ROBINSON, EVELYN H . 5 1 4 N. W . 6th Bethany, Okla. ROBSON, LESTER HARMON Bethany, Okla. RODGERS, RUTH ANN 1 332 Locust Muskogee, Okla. ROGERS, HOMER LEE Route 1 Liberty, Kans. ROGERS, J O H N H E N RY Route 1 Liberty, Kans. ROGERS, V I RG I N I A LYNN Box 7056 Tampa, Fla. ROGERS, WANDA LORENE Box 537 Post, Texas ROPER, DENZIL Box 76 1 Shawnee, Okla. ROSFELD, FLORENCE RUBY Route 2, Box 270 La.ke Charles, La. ROSFELD, JOHN EZRA Route 2, Box 270 Lake Charles, La. ROUGEOU, COR I NDA SUE 602 w. 1 2th Dallas, Texas ROUGH, B I LL EUGENE 2 1 1 4 N. Birmingham Pl. Tulsa, Okla.

SAUER, VERDA ELA I N E Cimarron, Kans. SAVAGE, DONALD DEAN 1 2 1 7 Armstrong Bartlesville, Okla. SCALES, EULA MAE Box 804 Melean, Texas SCALES, KEN N ET H L. Box 804 Mclean, Texas SCHOFI ELD, WALTER ELBERT Box 5 3 1 4, Route 1 Robertson, Mo. SCH UMANN, R I C HARD 41 4 Spauldin Austin, TexO$ SCHWENK, MARILYN RUTH 5 1 4 S. Sewella Hastings, Nebr. SCOTT, MARY JO 3601 N. 48th St. Ft. Smith, Ark. SCUDDAY, WENDEL GENE 2 1 2 W. Hill St. Brownfield, Texas SEAGO, BOBBI E NELL Box 37 Lelia Lake, Texas SEARS, ALVEY KEITH 307 N. W. Main Bethany, Okla. SEARS, BETTY DAVIS 307 N . W. Mai n Bethany, Okla. SEEDS, V E N EDA 3629 N. W. 1 1 th Oklahoma City, Okla. SELF, W. AMOS Route 1 Fierier, La. SENSENY, JAMES HAROLD 1 1 8 N. Bdwy. Edmond, Oklo, SHARPTON, WENDELL 1 24 N . Peniel Bethany, Okla. SHAW, JOY DEAN Route 2 Jefferson, Okla. S H EARER, EUGENE 626 E. Highland San Angelo, Texas

REN EGAR, WALLACE RAY 3 3 1 5 West Adm. Tulsa, Okla.

RUNN ELS, FAYE R. 207 N. Fairview Pittsburg, Kans.

RHODES, FREDA Route 2 Abernathy, Texas

RUNYON, FRANCIS M. Oakley, Kans.

SHI PPY, HARLAN H. Route 1 Chapman, Kans.

RUSH I NG, MARI D EL "DOT" 305 W. Main Bethany, Okla.

S H I P PY, VIDA MARY Route 1 Chapman, Kans.

RUSHI NG, MARION D. Box 32W Wellsburg, W. Va.

SHORT, J IMMIE H ERMAN 303 S. College Bethany, Okla.

RHODES, WANDA MAE 7 1 1 S. Vassar Albuquerque, N . Mex.

PLEMONS, LUTHER EUGENE 200 N. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

RHODES, W I N FRED E. "SKEET" 206 N. Asbury Bethany, Okla. RICE, E. COLEEN 4323 Hol lywood Terrace Corpus Ch risti, Texas

RUSH I NG, ULUS S. Box 32 Bethany, Okla.

PPOGUE, WILLIAM J. Box 5 1 2 Bethany, Okla.

R I C H EY, MONROE WILLIAM Route 2 Son Benito, Texas

RUTLEDGE, DAVID E. 433 Catalpa St. Clarksdale, Miss.

S H I ELDS, DORIS J U N E Marshall, Okla.

SHORT, LILLIAN FAITH Bethany, Okla. SHU RLEY, WAYNE MARION Gilmer, Texas SIMMONS, DEAN LEROY Alamoto, Kans.

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SIMMONS, TOTSI E 26 1 6 Coleman St. San Angelo, Texas

STEEL, RUSSELL T. Rt. 1 0, Box 1 90 Oklahoma City, Okla.

TAYLOR, S H ERMAN N. 403 N . Peniel Bethony, Okla.

U ERKWITZ, ESTHER HANNA 301 N . W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

SIMS, NOAH PAUL Bethany, Okla.

STEELE, H ERBERT LEROY 702 E. Bth Coffeyville, Kans.

U ERKWITZ, THOMAS DAVID 301 N. W. 2nd Bethany, Oklo,

STEELE, LEE WILLIAM 702 E. 8th Coffeyvi lle, Kans.

TAYLOR, TH ELMA ROWENE 209 N. 1 4th Parsons, Kans. TAZELAAR, CLI FFORD H . 9 1 6 Fairview Dr. Bethany, Okla.

STEELMAN, BOBBY RAY 2907 Chandler Hwy. Tyler, Texas

TEAGUE, MYRNA DALE Box 5 1 5 Green Cave Sprgs., Fla.

UNRUH, LEONA GRACE Rt. 4 H utchinson, Kans.

STEELMAN, VEN N I E LOUISE Route 1 Big Sandy, Texas STEPHENS, WILLIAM 1 0 1 8 E. Wa lnut Cushing, Okla.

TERRY, ROSALE Bethany, Okla.

USH ER, WI LLIAM I . Rt. 1 0, Box 1 83-B Oklahoma City, Okla.

S I N D EN, H ERBERT JAMES Bethany, Okla. Sl PES, MARY ELIZABETH Bethany, Okla. SKILLEM, ROY FRANK McAlester, Okla. SLOAN, ALFRED PAUL 323 W. Fulton Blackwell, Okla. SLOAN, DELFORD LEE 1 24 N. Peniel Bethany, Okla. SLOAN, ROY A. Kingman, Kans. SLOAN, W I NONA LEA 323 W. Fulton Blackwell, Okla.

STEWART, MARSHALL Rt. 2, Box 282 Ft. Worth, Texas STIPE, CHARLES MARION Bethany, Okla.

SLU SHER, CHARLES 0. Bethany, Okla.

STOCKTON, FRANC I S Bethany, Okla.

SMITH, ALI CE MAR I E Caro, Mich. SMITH, ARTHUR DAVID 503% N. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

STON EC I P H ER, ELLI S E. Bethany, Okla. STOWE, GU-REE Box 246 Delhart, Texas

SMITH, KENNETH E. 201 N. Beaver Guymon, Okla.

STOWE, JO ANN Box 246 Delha rt, Texas

SMITH, LORA JANE Box 443 Portales, N. Mex.

STROMAN, J O H N EDW I N Box 1 32 Ol rll ito, Texas

SMITH, NORMA D ELL 5829 Blue Hills Rd. Kansas City, Mo. SMITH, PAUL J. Caro, Mich. SMITH, ROBERT LU DLOW 6 1 6 S. Ogden Ave. Columbus, Ohio SNOWBARGER, MARION Sylvia, Kans.

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SNOWBARGER, WYNONA JOAN Route 1 Dodge City, Kans. SNYDER, NORMA J EAN Bethany, Okla. SONNEVIK, MABEL BALL 908 Dawson Drive Bethany, Okla. SONNEVIK, MILTON ?08 Dawson Drive Bethany, Okla. SOUTHARD, JAMES CHARLEY Carl J u nction, Mo. SOUTHWELL, BLANCHE EVELYN 1 325 S. W. 27th Oklahoma City, Okla. SPOON, DARRELL LEE 703 Grand Ave. Mound City, Mo. STAFFORD, ONUS LEE 1 97 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla. STAHLY, ROBERT D. R. R. 5 Newton, Kans. STALLINGS, LESL I E KEANER Bethany, Okla. STARK, JAMES E. Rt. 1 Em mett, Ark. STEEL, RUBY MAE 601 N. Willow Bethany, Okla.

TERRY, ROY KENNETH Rt. 1 Harlington, Texas TERRY, VANETTIA LOUISE Mineral Wells. Texas THOMAN, DEAN 607 E l m Hays, Kans. THOMPSON, CHARLES ALLEN 720 N. Beaver Bethany, Okla. THOMPSON, DOROTHY EDNA 720 N . Beaver Bethany, Okla. THOMPSON, JAMES LEE 2627 E. 4th Pl. Tulsa , Okla. THOMPSON, MARY LEA Box 43 1 New london, Texas TIMS, TROY D. Marlow, Okla.

STROUD, CHARLES L 732 So. Ellison El Reno, Okla.

TOMPKI NS, RALPH BURON Box 369 Vivian, 1.a.

STUART, CHARLES E. 5004 Grover Ave. Austin, Texas

TRACY, BETTYE BOYD 1 04 S. W. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

SUDDUTH, PAT R. 71 1 W. Harris Madill, Okla.

TRACY, WESLEY D . 1 04 S. W. 2 n d Bethany, Okla.

SULLIVAN, BILLY MUNSEY 1 3 1 5 Chestnut Pine Bluff, Ark.

TRANSUE, EARL W. 2 1 4 N . Peniel Bethany ,Oklo.

SULLIVAN, I N EZ I RENE Box 42 1 Brush, Colo.

TRYON, CHARLES A. 1 24% N. College Bethany, Okla.

SUMPTER, ClYDE GENE Webb City, Mo. SUTTON, KENNETH RAY 1 07 N. Winnetka Dallas, Texas SYKES, J IM MONROE 902 E. 4th Coffeyvi lle, Kans. TABOR, H ELEN 1 7 1 0 N . Madison H utchinson, Kans. TACKETT, CHARLES RAY Bethany, Okla. TAPLEY, JAMES DALE Sallisaw, Okla. TAYLOR, CALVI N MONROE Bethany, Oklo. TAYLOR, GWEN KAY Bethany, Oklo. TAYLOR, JOHN DAV I D Box 745 Bethany, Okla. TAYLOR, RUBY JO Broadview, N . Mex. TAYLOR, RUTH ANN Bethany, Okla.

ULRICH, ROBERT THOMAS 643 Marcilene Terr. Wichita, Kans.

VANDERGRIFT, J U N E 1 1 20 Ringo St. little Rock, Ark. VA NDER L I N D E, BETTY J . Bethany, Okla.

VAN DYNE, GLEN L Rt. 2 I ndependence, Kans. VAN PELT, BON N I E Box 4 1 4 Bethany, Okla.

VAN PELT, ELDRED L Box 4 1 4 Bethany, Okla.

VAUGHN, B I LLY EDWARD 1 2 1 2 W. Arlington Fort Worth, Texas VON SENDEN, ALDA J EAN 1 2 1 5 R idgelea St. Longview, Texas WADLEY, MARGIL 1 3 1 0 Green St. Eastland, Texas WAGNON, RAMONA RUTH 2406 S. Portland Oklahoma City, Okla. WAITS, MARY ELO I S E 1 405 Oklahoma Ave. Woodward, Okla. WALDEN, ANNA RUTH Maysvi lle, Okla. WALES, HARRY LEE Bussey, I owa WALKER, EDITH MAE Bethany, Okla.

TRYON, LOTTIE BROWN 1 24% N. College Bethany, Okla.

WALKER, J. C. 1 436 S. W. 1 2th Oklahoma City, Okla.

TUCKER, DAN I EL H ENRY Rt. 4 Mayfield, Ky.

WALKER, REBECCA ANN Pharr, Texas

TURMAN, LLOYD VAN 3 1 1 S. Peniel Bethany, Okla.

TURNER, FRED 0. Box 1 09 Cleo Sprgs., Okla.

WALL, ROY WALLIS 1 8 2 1 E. Pecan Sherman, Texas WALLACE, BETTY L Box 1 94 Elida, N. Mex.

TWI N I NG, HAROLD DEAN Anderson, Mo.

WALRAVEN, MAU R I C E P. 5 1 2 Clearview Dr Bethany, Okla.

TYLER, HAROLD F. 3725 Center Point Rd. Cedar Rapids, Iowa

WALTON, VICTORIA RUTH Route 2, Box 35 Abilene, Texas

TYLER, J U N ELLA I NGLE 402 N. E. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

WARD, CLARA IMOGENE Box 384 Eastland, Texas

TYLER, V I RGIL E. Rt. 2 Hil lsboro, Texas

WARD, NEVA DELL Box 3B4 Eastland, Texas

TYLER, WILLIAM EDWARD 402 N. E. 2nd Bethany, Okla.

WATANABE, GRACE KEIKO 4 1 0 E. leleo lane Honolulu, T. H.

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WATSON, ElBERT lESl i E 1 2 1 2 4th Terr. W . Birmingham, Ala. WATSON, lAWRENCE THOMAS Bethany, Okla. WATSON, NAOMI LAWAN Box 594 Post, Texas WEBER, DAREl YN DEE Arnold, Nebr. WEIR, WAULEA ClAUD ETTE Bethany, Okla. WEISZBROD, ALMA C. 804 N. College Bethany, Okla. WESTlUND, HAROlD J. 3 1 09 E. Cypress Phoenix, Ariz.

WI ENS, ARTH U R Meade, Kans.

WilliAMS, WilMA HOFFPA U I R Bethany, Okla.

WOODCOCK, AllEN lOU I S S t . Clair, Mo.

WI ENS, EDWARD MARTIN Harrison, Ark.

Willi NGHAM, lEWIS ElBERT 5330 Paseo Kansas City, Mo.

WOODCOCK, GEORGE C. 309 N . Donald Bethany, Okla.

WilliS, ClAR ENCE BLAI N E Winchester, I n d .

WOODCOCK, VALEDA GERliNG, 309 N . Donald Bethany, Okla.

WI ENS, H ELEN M. 521 Elm St. Yukon, Okla. WILCOX, ROBERT PATR I C K Bethany, Okla.

WI LSON, ARlENE EliZABETH Bethany, Okla.

WilliAMS, D I LlON lEROY Bethany, Okla.

W I LSON, DONALD WAYNE Bethany, Okla.

WilliAMS, DONALD FRED Arnold, Nebr.

WilSON, JOHN ALBERT Bethany, Okla.

WILliAMS, DONAlD WAY N E 1 20 S . College Bethany, Okla. WilliAMS, DORIS LUCI LlE Arnold, Nebr.

WESTMAN, T. BURNS 2208 W. Eubanks Oklahoma City, Okla. WESTMORELAND, MERLYN 44 1 5 Dickson St. Houston, Texas

WilliAMS, DOROTHY C H R I ST I N E 1 005 E . 7th St. Beardstown, I l l .

WHITE, DOTT I E J EAN Route 1 la J u nta, Colo.

WILliAMS, ORVI LlE E. Bethany, Okla.

WHITE, lANETA LYNN 302 S. Redmond Bethany, Okla.

W I LliAMS, MARY LORRA I N E 341 3 S. McKinley Oklahoma City, Okla.

WilliAMS, REBECCA Box 607 Many, La .

WILSON, 0. W. 3 2 1 3 N . W. Pioneer St. Oklahoma City, Okla. WILSON, RAYMOND lEE 348 Thomas Port Arthur, Texas Wi lSON, RITA MAE Box 333 Antlers, Okla.

WRESCH E, ROY LEE 200 W. Ross Sapupla, Okla. WRIGHT, JACK 5403 Hearne Shreveport, la.

WRIGHT, PALMA lYNN 506 Plymouth Houston, Texas WU ESTER, TERRY Centralia, Kans.

WI LSON, VIOlET IMOGENE 1 202 Sa n J u a n Ave. la J u nta, Colo.

WYNNE, BARBARA lEE 1 006 E. Ind. Blvd. N. Marshall, Texas

WIMB ERlEY, FRANCES ClEM I N T I N E Route 2 Mu leshoe, Texas

YAEDE, EDWIN Temple, Texas

WITTlER, EMMA lEE Jansen, Nebr.

WilliAMS, ROBERT BENNETT Route 1 Red Oak, Texas

WITTlER, MARY LOU Jansen, Nebr.

WilliAMS, ROBERT PAUl 1 005 E. 7th St. Beardstown, I l l .

WHITSETT, lOWELl DON 740 N. Columbia Tulsa, Okla.

WOOD, JAMES ELTON 1 1 2 S. E. Main Bethany, Okla.

WilliAMS, TW illiA ROSE 1 20 S College Bethany, Okla.

WOOD, MARGARET LITTlE 1 1 2 S. E. Main Bethany, Okla.

WIDN ER, CHARlES MEREDITH 256 N . Cla rence St. Wichita, Kans.

WilliAMS, VIRGI NIA lOIS 3422 E. 6th Kansas City, Mo.

WOOD, MARGARETTE 521 Harrington little Rock, Ark.

WHITE, THEONA llEEN 330 Main Augusta, Kans. WHITlEY, BETTY J U N E Chadron, Nebr.

WOODRIDGE, J O H N N I E SYBLE Box 1 1 7 Antlers, Okla.

YARBROUGH, PEGG I E J EAN Rt. 1, Box 66 Vivian, Okla. YARBROUGH, ROBERT Hooker, Okla. YARBROUGH, RUBY H I Ll Hooker, 路 Okla. YOESEl, GERAlD RAY Rt. " 1 Falls City, Nebr ZIMMERMAN, ROBERT PAUL Rt. 1, Box 1 02 Bertha, Minn.


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