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THE

of 1958

BETHANY

NAZARENE

BETHANY,

COLLEGE

OKLAHOMA


We dedicate the 1958 ARROW...

To one who achieved scholastically l?y graduating from BNC with high honors and by receiving a Fullbright Scholarship to Germany . . .

To one who has contributed to the Church by holding the posi­ tions of chairman of the Fairy Chism Chapter of the Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society and of Stmday School teacher in the College Church . . .

To one who has inspired many by her devoted life in following Christ daily . . .

To you,

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WANDA WILLIAMS Secretary

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DR. & MRS. ROY H. CANTRELL 17


Dean. oi the College As leader of the academic division of Bethany Nazarene College, Harold C. Ripper, Dean of the College, has proven himself to be a capable admin足 istrator and outstanding educator. On him falls the responsibility of selecting and organizing the curricula of the college, as well as many other duties connected with his office. As an able leader in the educational circle, he represents BNC throughout the year at numerous meetings of the leading educators of today. His role as Dean of the College is not his only one. As head of the Department of Phychology he has shown his ability as an instructor as well as administrator.

Dr. Ripper, Dean of the College, checks one of the many forms which comes to his attention.

His busy schedule does not prevent him from counseling and giving advice to those who seek him out to help them solve their problems. He always displays a personal interest and concern for those who come to him for advice. Undoubt足 edly his experience gained from serving in the pastorate for several years prior to coming to serve as a member of the administration of our college has aided him in dealing with students and their problems.

Ren Powell, mimeograph operator, _readies his machine for another stencil.

Sybil Montandon, Secretary to the Dean, displays a smile that everyone welcomes.

Dr. Ripper dictates a letter to Carol Gray, office assistant.

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Dean. o i Stu.den.ts The Dean of Students, Dr. Vernon Snow­ barger, and his competent office staff have the responsibility of innumerable phases df college life: t:arrying out disciplinary measures, recording class and chapel cuts, registering student cars, processing class absences and many other details which must be taken eare of. But more important than these is the fact that Dr. Snowbarger is al­ ways ready and more than willing to counsel with students who come to him with their problems. He is much more interested in serving the students in this capacity than in dealing with them in a disciplinary way. Since counseling is a major in­ terest of his, fellows and girls alike, with their varying problems, come to Dr. Snowbarger be­ cause they know he is ready to listen to their prob­ lems and capable of helping them find solutions. Aside from his duties as Dean of Students, Dr. Snowbarger is a professor in the department of Sociology in which field he holds a Ph. D. degree. He also serves the community in various civic organizations. This was his second year as Dean. His job very often goes unrewarded, but his efficiency is seen in the smoothness with which he carries on his tasks.

Dr. Snowberger, Dean of Students, schedules the years activities on the school calendar.

Dr. Snowberger dictates a letter to his efficient secretary, J a n ice Sanders.

Janice Sanders, secretary, has a pleasant greeting far all who visit the office of the Dean of Students.

Ruth Rawli ngs, office assistant, records daily chapel attendance.

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B u. s i n e s s Today's society plagued with monetary prob· lems might find the solution for these problems in the wise calculations of Bethany Nazarene Col­ . lege's able financial administrator, Mr. Harry Craddock. He has earned the admiration of all who know him for his ability at managing the fiscal affairs of our college. He is always ready to listen to student financial problems and offers his as­ sistance in solving them. His friendly smile is a welcome sight to the student seeking his advice and sugg�stions. He is also interested in the in­ dividual student with any personal problem out­ side the financial realm. These responsibilities which demand so much of his time do not prevent him from serving his community in civic affairs. He is a faithful mem­ ber of the college church where he serves as Sun­ day School Superintendent. His consistent Chris­ tian life and radiant personality are characteristic of this favorite who executes well one of the most difficult jobs on campus-Mr. Harry Craddock. Mr. Craddock finds l i ttle time to relax in his crowded day.

Ruth

Newberry

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day's appointments.

Mrs. I rene Lawrence, assistant secretary to the Business Manager, tabulates another column.

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Miss

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Barbara Tompkins, office assistant, stops to give a hearty smile as she figures work sheets.

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Brunhaw,

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Registra r Dr. Donald R. Danskin fills one of the most responsible positions of our college as Registrar. The filing of high school'records for each student entering the college is one of the many duties that fill Dr. Danskin's busy days. From his office come all of the many forms necessary for registration. Every ninth week finds Dr. Danskin and his staff gathering together the grade slips for each student which report his academic progress. It is necessary that Dr. Danskin keep accurate records on the .?cademic progress of each student because even after graduation he will be called on to provide copies of these records. As head af the department of Danskin has proven himself to be ministrator with a keen interest in of the student body whether they demic nature or otherwise.

D r . Danskin, Registrar, pauses i n his busy day t o accommodate the photographer.

business Dr. a capable ad足 the problems be of an aca足

A man of outstanding administrative ability, a devoted Christian, an understanding counselor, and a capable instructor are only a few of the traits which make Dr. Danskin a bulwark of our college.

Marilyn Page, office assistant, is busy helping with registration.

Typing letters is only one of the many tasks performed each day by Joyce Page, secretary.

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Re eorder One might succeed in hiding his grades from a friend or roommate, but there is one who finds it her job to record all grades and to formulate trans­ cripts. Mrs. Leona McConnell Meek as college re­ corder works in cooperation with the reg1strar's office by carefully recording grades, distributing grade reports, maintaining student files and making out transcripts. Her behind the scene efforts often go unrewarded, but without them the administra­ tion of the college would be incomplete. Her charming smile and warm personality make her appreciated by both the student body and ad­ ministration. A sincere lady who adequately fills the position of recorder of our college, Mrs. Meek served the Church of the Nazarene as a missionary in Africa. She has dedicated her life to God's work. Her example of a Christlike life has been an in­ spiration to the many friends she has made on

Mrs. Leona Meek, recorder, types another record to place on file.

this campus.

Grace Twining is always ready to lend a helping hand.

Orlando J antz smiles with anticipation as h e awaits the news of h is grades.

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C o u.:ns e l o r of Woii•e n The personification of the motto ot the school -Character, Culture, Christ-is Mrs. Roy H. Cantrell, the "First Lady" of the campus, who serves as Counselor of Women. This position was especially created to serve the girls of the college, but Mrs. Cantrell is often looked to by the men also for answers to their problems. It may be a fine point of etiquette or a problem of homesick­ ness to which she lends an understanding ear. She is an admirable Christian lady who definitely has the feminine side of the College at heart. Coupled with her desire to be of help socially is her desire for every girl who enters Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege to live a Christ-filled and Christ-centered life. The schedule of this delightfully charming lady is a varied one. � er duties range frorri serving teas to sponsoring the Beth Ann organization. She helps these student wives prepare themselves to meet the problems which they will inevitably face in the future. A gracious hostess, a welcome guest, a sage ad­ visor, and a person whose life exemplifies Christ is Bethany Nazarene College's Counselor of Women-Mrs. Roy H. Cantrell. Mrs. Roy Cantrell, Counselor of Women, is loved a n d appreciated by a l l who

know her.

Mrs. Cantrell plans the

Mrs. Cantrell, a gracious hostess, chats with Beverly Oliver over a cup of tea.

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Ann

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D i r ect o r o i Public Be l a t i on.s Mediator between the college and the educa足 tional zone, the Director of Public Relations, Rev. Curtis Smith, spends most of his time tour足 ing the zone, presenting the needs of the college. Because of his concern for his responsibilities, his unique humor, and his magnetic personality this dynamic individual has a place in the hearts of all who know him. Since his busy schedule keeps him away from BNC much of the time, it is a special treat to have as chapel speaker a graduate of the college who exemplifies Christ in every aspect of his life as does Rev. Smith. On his shoulders lie many responsibilities which he has proven his ability to handle. The enthu足 siasm with which he tackles each task and his concern for the welfare of each student and the college marks him as one of the favorite members. of the administration.

C u rtis Smith, Director of Pu!>lic Relations, points out one of the stops on one of his tours on the educational zone.

Secretary Phyllis Jennings adds efficiency to the office of Director of Public Relations.

Of.fice assistants, Lynda Land, Jan Hancock, and Linda Pryor work on the stack of mail that issues from the office.

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Seated: Dr. Anne Greve, Dr. Roy H. Cantrell, Dr. C. Harold Ripper, Mr. Harry Craddock.

Standing: Dr. Fred Floyd, Mr. Robert Lawrence, Dr. Donald

R. Danskin, Dr. Vernon Snowberger, Dr. Donald Metz, Rev. C u rtis Smith.

A d iD i n i 8 t r a t i v e C o u.Jie i l DR. ROY H. CANTRELL, Chairman President of the College DR. C. HAROLD RIPPER Dean of the College

DR. ANNE C. GREVE Chairman of the Division of Social Science

HARRY L. CRADDOCK Business Manager

DR. DONALD METZ Professor of Religion

DR. VERNON SNOWBARGER Dean of Students

DR. FRED FLOYD Professor of History

DR. RONALD R. DANSKIN Registrar

ROBERT G. LAWRENCE Chairman of the Division of Natural Science REV. CURTIS SMITH Director of Public Relations

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Hu.maiiities Under the able leadership of Dr. Willis B. Dobson .:he Humanities Division endeavors to develop in its students, skills in the communicative arts of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. The various course areas in this division include literature, communication, modem languages, and speech. Each area tries to de­ velop an appreciation of cultural and aesthetic values in its students. The Humanities Division offers instruc­ tion in our own native tongue, the smooth colorful spanish, and the gutteral sounding German. Working with the language departments the speech department through its various subdivisions of public speaking, dramatics, interpretation, and debate offers instruction ' related to the utilization of the language skills. The departments of languages and speech co-ordinate their efforts to offer opportunities for learning in any number of specialized areas. Because of its de.sire to cultivate attitudes for learn­ ing and to provide practice and experience in the com­ municative arts the division is staffed with qualified, able professors who work together as a unit to fulfill the objectives of the Humanities Division.

MAURINE DICKERSON Assistant Professor of English A graduate of BNC-Holds MA from Oklahoma State University -Is working on a library science degree at the University of Okla­ homa-Enjoys bicycling.

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WILLIS B. DOBSON Professor of English Obtained his PhD from University of Texas-Caring for J:>ets, playing the piano, working with Cub Scouts, readmg and collecting magazines make up his list of hobbies-Enjoys Sunday School work, art, and music,

NAOMI EMMEL Assistant Professor of Modern Language Holds MA from Escuela Inter­ mericana De Verano in Saltillo, Coahiula, Mexico - Music and cooking are favorite hobbies Also taught at NNC-Now on leave of absence.

J. ROBERT EMMEL Associate Professor of Speech Received AB from ENC and MA from University of Oklahoma­ Is now working on his PhD-En­ joys cooking, collecting recipes, youth work - Now on leave of absence for graduate study.


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GERALDINE HUHNKE Assistant Professor of Modern Language A graduate of NNC - Received MA from State University of Iowa-Claims figurine and tex­ tile painting and cooking new dishes as hobbies-Is one of the few ladies who enjoys fishing­ Also likes to eat chocolate.

ANNA BELLE LAUGHBAUM Associate Professor of English A graduate of Greenville College -Holds MA and PhD from Uni­ versity of Illinois-Sponsors Hon­ or Society and ECHO-Hobbies are writing, tennis, traveling, hiking.

CAROL LUNDY Associate Professor of English Received her AB at BNC where she served on the Student Coun­ cil-Also holds MA from Uni­ versity of Texas-Claims bicycl­ ing and collecting cups and sau­ cers as hobbies-Seventh year as ARROW sponsor.

Fae ulty BESSIE OLSON Assistant Professor of Speech Received AB from John Fletcher College and MA from University of Oklahoma-Hobbies are writ­ ing letters and reading, travel­ ing, and making new friends­ Sponsors Mission Band and co­ sponsors Speech Club.

DORIS SCHUMANN Assistant Professor of Speech Was president of Junior Class at BNC where she received AB in Speech-Holds MA from Univer­ sity of Oklahoma-Enjoys good plays and music-Is Head Hos­ tess in dining hall.

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Social S c i e :n c e A vital division· of the curriculum in Bethany Naz­ arene College, that of Social Science, strives to train students to look at the problems of change involving our modern world so they can gain a proper perspective of life and be able to formulate a Christian philosophy of life. Social Science deals with the science of the human society, whether that society be the family, state, or race, and with the relations and institutions in­ volved in man's existence as a member of an organized community. To cover every phase of such a large field the division offers courses in economics and business, education, history, home economics, physical education, political science, psychology, sociology, and secretarial science. The field of social science in attempting to prepare students for life and its problems serves as an important phase of our curriculum. Under the qualified leader­ ship of Dr. Anne Greve, divisional chairman, the faculty members serve as guides into these facets of intellectual pursuit.

JESSE ANDERSON Instructor in Business Obtained his BS from BNC­ Also holds EdM from University of Oklahoma-Likes to play vol­ ley ball-He and his wife served as counselors for Fanning Hall­ Appreciates Christian atmos­ phere at BNC.

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ANNE GREVE Professor of Home Economics Graduate of John Fletcher College where she was presi­ dent of Senior Class-Holds MS from Iowa State Col­ lege and PhD from Minnesota University-Enjoys traveling, water color painting, collecting pictures, and cooking-Sponsors Home Ec Club.

DONALD R. DANSKIN Associate Professor of Business Holds AB from Nebraska State Teachers College - Also holds MA from the University of Ne­ braska and EdD from University of Oklahoma-Likes to play vol­ ley ball-Serves as Registrar of the College.

FRED FLOYD Professor of History Holder of AB, MA, BD, and PhD degrees-Was vice president of student body and secretary of Junior Class-Enjoys gardening -Sponsors Freshman Class and Social Science Club.


JAMES GARNER Professor of Political Science and History Graduate from BNC where he was president of Student Council and Senior Class - Holds MA from University of Oklahoma and PhD from University of Iowa - Sponsors Prayer and Fasting League.

FORREST LADD Assistant Professor of Psychology Editor of the REVEILLE ECHO at BNC where he graduated Holder of MS from University of Oklahoma-Also holds PhD from University of Kansas - Enjoys gardening.

ELDRED LA DUE Instructor in Home Economics Holds BS in Home Economics from BNC - Received MS in Home Economics E d u c a ti o n from University of Illinois-Her hobbies consist of cooking, sew­ ing, photography, and traveling -Was Home Ec Club president in college.

Fac ulty WESLEY MOON Professor of Education Received his AB from Houghton College where he also taught­ Holds EdD from University of Buffalo - Native of New York State-Hobbies include reading, hunting, and mechanics.

JIM POSEY Special Instructor in Business Graduate of BNC where he was a member of Who's Who In American Colleges and Univer­ sities and Echo editor-Received LLB degree from the University of Oklahoma-Hobbies are col­ lecting books and photography.

JACK RAIRDON Associate Professor of Social Science Holds AB and THB from BNC where he was Student Director of Religious Activities - Received MA from University of Oklaho­ ma - Sponsors the Senior Class -Claims attending court trials as hobby.

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C. H . RIPPER Professor of Psychology Received PhD in psychology from University of Iowa-Serves as Dean of the College-Served as pastor for 14 years - Would like to have some spare time.

DOROTHY SHELDON Assistant Professor of Education Holds AB from John Fletcher and MA from University of Michigan -Taught in Owosso Bible Col­ lege - Enjoys textile painting, �ature study, reading, and travel­ mg.

LAWRENCE SNELL Instructor in Secretarial Scienc1 A graduate of BNC-Holds M} from University of Oklahoma­ Hobbies are reading and photo graphy - Member of Delta P Silon Business Fraternity.

Fac ulty VERNON SNOWBARGER Professor of Sociology Alumnus of BNC-Holds PhD from University of Southern Cal­ ifornia-Is prominent in youth work-Serves as Dean of Students -Dislikes people being motivat­ ed by financial standing.

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CONSTANCE SPRUCE Associate Professor of Education Holds AB from University of Texas and MA from St. Mary's University-Claims reading, arts and crafts, as hobbies-Likes to travel-Sponsor of SNEA.

DON WILSON Assistant Professor of Physical Education Graduated from BNC Summ;: Cum Laude - Received EdM from the Universitv" of Oklahom< -Sponsors Men's "B" Club and coordinator of all athletic evenb on campus-Hobby is carpentry


Fi .. e Ar t s Included in the curriculum of Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege is the Divi�ion of Fine Arts which has as its ob­ jectives the training of young people to carry on the program of fine arts in the church, the educating of young people for the teaching profession in fine arts, and the preparation of young people who are especially gifted for entrance to graduate work. With these ob­ jectives in mind the division strives to create an appre­ ciation of aesthetics in both the art and music depart­ ments. The Fine Arts Division encourages individual creative artistic expression by bringing about a better understanding and appreciation of the arts through the various courses offered in this division. Leading the division is chairman Lester Dunn. As a Christian teacher he is well qualified to lead the faculty in carrying on the objectives of the Fine Arts Division .

RAY BO\VMAN Assistant Professor of Art Holds BS and MS from Kansas State College-Served on staff of Kansas University-Claims paint­ ing as hobby-Dislikes irrespon­ sibility and lack of beauty where it should be found.

LESTER DUNN Associate Professor of Voice Graduate of BNC-Holds MMus in voice from Univer­ sity of Oklahoma - Has studied voice in Europe Has taken graduate work from Cincinnati Conservatory -Hobbies are scrapbooks and mechanics-Sponsor of Student Council and director of A Cappella Choir.

EUGENE CHAMBERS Assistant Professor of Voice Graduated from BNC Cum Laude where he served as ARROW photographer. Holds MM us from University of Wich­ ita-Hobby is photography-Dis­ likes a lack of concentration on good music.

NAOMI DOBSON Instructor in Voice Received diploma in voice from Olivet - Student of Elizabeth S t r a i t m i l l e r , E l l e n Kinsman Mann, Oscar Saenger-Taught at Pasadena and Olivet - Enjoys knitting, baking, and trying out new recipes.

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MARGARET DUNN Instructor in Piano Graduate of BNC where she was a member of Phi Delta Lambda -Enjoys collecting new recipes, vases, bookends, and pictures that are musical in appearance­ Sponsors Music Club.

BETTY PAGAN Instructor in Piano· Received BMus from BNC where she was a member of orchestra and music club-Enjoys reading and listening to good records­ Spends most of time with dau­ ghter, Melva Joy.

KEITH PAGAN Assistant Professor of Music Obtained BMusEd from BNC where he was president of Music Club-Holds MMusEd from Uni­ versity of Oklahoma - Director of Band and Orchestra-Hobby is tinkering.

Fac ulty ESTER SAXON Assistant Professor of Piano Received BMus and MMus from George Peabody College-Enjoys symphonies, reading, pencil draw­ ing, and cooking-likes friendly attitude of students at BNC.

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RUTH TAYLOR Assistant Professor of Music Class secretary at BNC where she received BFA degree-also holds BMus from Oklahoma City Uni· versity - Member of American Guild of Organists - Enjoys ice cream and spare time.


Ph i l o s o p hy a nd Reli g i oii The Division of Philosophy and Religion is inter­ ested that the student obtain an understanding of and appreciation for the Bible and become familiar with the philosophical patterns of thought. It is the objective of the division that the student make a personal com­ mitment to God and establish an intimate relationship with Him. The instruction offered attempts to help the student make an application of the principles to worth­ while living and become a responsible citizen. By help­ ing the student develop a tolerance and thirst for truth, the division is purposefully trying to help him develop clear thinking to use in formulating his own Christian philosophy of life. The division is staffed with qualified instructors who are truly men of God dedicated to the task of religious education. Guided by Dr. L. C. Philo, divisional chair­ man, this division trains the Christian workers of tomorrow.

HAROLD HOYT Assistant Prof�ssor of Religion Graduate of BNC where he was a member of Honor Society Was College Marshall - Holds MA from Phillips University and DRE from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Enjoys bird-study, hunting, and fishing.

L. C. PHILO Professor of Philosophy and Religion Holds MA in theology from Chicago Evangelical In­ stitute and MA in philisophy from University of Michigan-Also has DD from God's Bible School­ hobby is collecting heathen gods-Likes the spiritual emphasis of the college.

W. N. KING Professor of Religion Holds AB and ThB from Pasa· dena-Received MA from U ni­ versity of Southern California -Also holds STM and STD de­ grees-A native of Canada-He enjoys Greek and Latin poetry -Soonsors Gospel Team.

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DONALD METZ Professor of Religion A graduate of ENC where he edited the yearbook and paper足 Holds MA from University of Maryland and BD from Evan足 gelical and Reformed Seminary - received DRE from South足 western Baptist Theological Seminary-Likes golf and garden足 mg.

ROBERT SAWYER Assistant Professor of Religion Received his AB and ThB from ENC where he was president of Senior Class - Holds BD from Nazarene Theological Seminary and ThM from Central Baptist Seminary-Enjoys music, house planning and decoration, and yard work.

Fac ulty

Dr. Hoyt's class of student preachers listen attentively to Orlando J a ntz's message.

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N a t u. :r a l S c i eii c e This age of science has pushed to the foreground the study of natural science. The launching of "sput­ niks" and satellites by the world powers makes neces­ sary the expansiorl in the fields of mathematics, chem­ istry, and physics. Advancement in the field of biology, has reached an all time high but must be continued if our society is to be rid of the many incurable diseases which take a large number of lives each year. The Natural Science Division under the expert leadership of Prof. Robert Lawrence offers instruction in these fields to develop understanding of the sciences and their relationship to other areas of learning and to encourage such desirable traits as openmindedness and intellectual honesty. It is the desire of the division to develop appreciation for the role of science in the better­ ment of society, the methods of science, and the beauty of natural phenomena. The entire division is of high caliber faculty-wise student-wise, and curriculum-wise.

DON BEAVER Associate Professor in Chemistry and Mathematics ':;tudent Council president and Junior Class president at BNC where he received AB degree­ Holds MS and PhD from Okla­ homa State University-Sponsor of Chemistry Club and Soph­ omore Class - Hobby is wood­ working.

ROBERT LAWRENCE Associate Professor of Biological Science A graduate of ENC-Holds MA from Boston Univer­ sity-Has done graduate work at Oklahoma State Uni­ versi �y and Boston University-A biological science en­ thusiast who enjoys hunting and fishing-Sponsor of Biology Club.

EARL GREER Professor of Mathematics Received AB from Olivet where he was vice president of Senior Class-Holds MA from Univer­ sity of Illinois and PhD from University of Oklahoma-Taught at Bresee College.

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GLENN KEYS Instructor in Biological Science Received BS and MA from George Peabody Colloge - dis足 likes 7: 30 classes - Sponsor of Junior Class-Enjoys swimming, :vater skiing, and horse back rid足 mg.

EMMETT HAMMER Assistant Professor of Physics Holds AB from John F1etcher College and MA from Kansas University - Dislikes immature college students - Has a green thumb-Enjoys playing golf.

Faenlty

John Norton, low Askew, and Alvin Hammer examine "wee beasties" in microbiology lab.

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Li bra ry "Could you tell me where to find the average tem­ perature of a bat?" This is typical of the many questions asked each day of the library staff, which consists of three trained librarians-Miss Elizabeth Smith, head librarian, Miss Kathryn Paschall, catalouger, and Miss Maurine Dickerson who works in the reference depart­ ment. Student assistants also help "oil the wheels" on which the library runs. TI1e bewildered freshman working on his English research theme or a harried senior needing material for· a senior paper may be seen browsing through the books or quietly studying as the deadline for theme papers. nears. In the library one may find a pamphlet file, mon· thly art exhibits, periodicals covering most fields, and a record collection including records of the Bible, modern languages, classic plays, poetry and music of famous composers. This is added to one of the most import­ ant parts of any library-books. These books are effici­ ently classified for use at a moment's notice. The 34,000 volumes range from light fiction to research material for papers on almost any subject. Friendly, courteous service at all times in an atmosphere conducive to study is the central aim of the library staff.

lewis Poteet receives helpful assistance with the card catalogue from Miss Dickerson and Kathryn Watson.

ELIZABETH SMITH Assistant Librarian, Instructor in Library Sciene Holds AB from Olivet Nazarene College where she was elected to Who's Who. Among Students in American Universities and Colleges-Received MA from Univer­ sity of Denver-Has served as librarian in elementary schools, in colleges, and in public libraries-Likes Music, baseball, and nephews-Dislikes intolerance.

KATHRYN PASCHALL Assistant Librarian Business manager of TREY­ ECHOES at Trevecca where she received AB - Holds BS from Austin Peay State College and MA from George Peabody Col­ lege - Hobbies include reading and bicycling - Enjoys sympho­ nies.

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Re s i d enc e C otin. s e l o r s

MRS. OLIVE WRIGHT Bud Robinson Hall

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MRS. ALICE RAY Jernigan Hall

MRS. CAROLYN COLWELL Fanning Hall

MR. AND MRS. GLENN KEYS Chapman Hall

MR. AND MRS. RICHARD SCHUMANN Chapman Hall


Caii-.pu.s Person.Itel

MRS. KATIE DREWRY Dietitian

MRS. JULIA WYATT School Nurse

MR. MARVIN SIMPSON Superintendent of Grounds

DR. PAUL McCRORY School Physician 41


Class Officers Don Fitzgerald Wesley Burpo Ramona Davis Pat Swigart

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Forrest Cunningham Talmadge Johnson Jack Rairdon

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President Don Fitzgerold

Seniors C l a ss o i 195S As is the nature of a college, each year one of its classes moves on and another arrives to take its place. Four years ago in the fall of 1 9 54 a class came into being. It was made up of those who, upon leaving one level of education, realized that there was yet much to learn both within textbooks and outside of them. TI1e primary function of this class, like_ all other classes, was in the areas of organization, fellowship, and service. \Vithin this general framework it adopted to the specific traditions of Bethany Nazarene College. TI1ese traditions included at least one major high­ light each year. The first year saw a large and enthu­ siastic Freshman class prepare its own banquet which featured the Honorable Raymond Gary, Governor of the State of Oklahoma, as the speaker. One day was set aside the second year for the annual Sophomore outiHg where a sense of closeness settled upon a group which solemnly realized that it had reached the half-way point. The third year found the class, as Juniors, smaller in number but just as enthusiastically preparing another banquet, this time for the class of 19 57. Against a back­ drop of a running waterfall another state official, Leo

Winter, left an indelible impression with his wit and wisdom on all who attended. And then, suddenly, came the final year. Strangely enough, despite all its activities, it was shorter than the rest and the Senior class became aware of a certain awe occassioned by its impending dissolvement and the call of life upon each individual to play the part for which he had trained. TI1is attitude permeated the enjoyment of the Junior-Senior Banquet and was felt in the relaxa­ tion of the Senior trip. The members of this class began to realize that time truly was sand that slipped through grasping fingers never to be regained. Within four short years a class had witnessed its own change from an organization to a spirit, from machinery to a memory. It had attained true identity not through its own power but through the lives of these individuals who would live on after the organization had ceased to exist. Such was the nature of college, and life. A class must dissolve and yet it could not die, for it had become too much a part of those who had built its banquets, planned its trips, and prayed in its prayer­ meetings. The spirit, then, must be the class and thus it is in this, the class of 1 958. 45


S er�i o :r 8 GLENN BURNETT, Wichita, Kansas; AB, Speech; SNEA, ECHO Staff, Speech Club, Football, Softball. VERNON W. BURPO, Ponca City, Ok­ lahoma; BS, Education; All-School Team, All Star Basketball, "B" Club, Biology Club, SNEA.

DELTA ROGERS ALLEN, Post, Texas; AB, Music; A Cappella, Music Club Publicity Chairman.

DON GLENN CARNEY, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; BS, Business.

LOWELL BELL, Lubbock, Texas; AB, Religion.

CONRAD CARRIGAN, Beebe, Arkan­ sas; AB, Religion.

GLEN BOND, Ingalls, Kansas; AB, His tory; SNEA Treasurer, Social Science Club Secretary and Treasurer. BEVERLY BOYD, Orange, Texas; BS, Home Economics.

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19贈SS ELMER CHANDLER, Bethany, Okla足 homa; AB, Religion. ESTA CLIPPINGER, Iowa City, Iowa; BS, Elementary Education; SNEA.

FORREST CUNNINGHAM, Bartles足 ville, Oklahoma; BS, Chemistry; Who's Who, Student Council, Honor Society President, Chemistry Club Vice Presi足 dent, Philosophy Club Vice President.

AMELIA COOSE, Nady, Arkansas; AB, Math; ECHO Staff, Mission Band, SNEA, Home Ec Club, Biology Club.

ASENATH DAVENPORT, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education.

GENELL CRAWFORD, Sherman, Texas; AB, Music; Music Club, SNEA, Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, A Cappella, Homecoming Queen.

BEVERLY DAVIS, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; AB, English; Home Ec Club, SNEA, Biology Club. RAMONA DAVIS, Midland, Texas; BS, Elementary Education; Class Secretary, SNEA Vice President, Honor Society, Mission Band. 47


S e .. i o :r s DALE GARDNER, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; AB, Religion; Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting. BERTHA GILL, Texas City, Texas; AB, History; Social Science Club, ECHO Staff, Orchestra.

JERRY DEMETRE, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion; Mission Band, Ministerial Association, Class Vice President, Mission Band President.

J. D. GILLHAM, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Business.

BUDDY EMMERT, Orange, Texas; BS, Business; A Cappella, "B" Club, Busi­ ness Club, Class Vice President, Stud­ ent Council, Quartets, Softball, Basket­ ball, Gospel Team.

J. M. GLEASON, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, History; Who's Who, Student Council Second Vice President, Gospel Team.

ELLEN FITZGERALD, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; Prayer and Fasting, Gospel Team, SNEA, Class Cheerleader. DOYLE FRAZIER, Texarkana, Arkansas; AB, Religion; Prayer and Fasting, Gos­ pel Team, Ministerial Association Vice President. 48


1or;s GLENN GOLDEN, Houston, Texas; AB, Religion. GEORGE HAN, Seoul, Korea; BS,. Biol足 ogy, Biology Club.

J. MARLIN HODGSON, Bethany, Ok足 lahoma; BS, Biology.

GARY W. HARTPENCE, Ottawa, Kan足 sas; AB, Philosophy; Student Council President, Class President, Philosophy Club President, Who's Who, Honor Society, Freshman Award, . Student Council.

FRANKIE HOLLAND, Okarche, Okla足 homa; BS, Elementary Education; Prayer and Fasting, SNEA Secretary

JANETT HIGDON, Hamlin, Texas; BS, Elementary Education; SNEA, Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting.

DEAN HORTON, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Biology; Biology Club, SNEA, "B" Club, Football and Basketball All Star Teams, A Cappella, Heart Pal King, Jamboree King. ELDRIDGE HUDGINS, Falls Church, Virginia; BS, History.

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S en.i o r s TALMADGE JOHNSON, Duncan, Oklahoma; AB, Religion; Class Presi足 dent, Student Council President, Who's Who, A Cappella, Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, Ministerial Association. MARY LOU KASTNER, Oklahoma; BS, Education.

Bethany,

RUSSELL HUMAN, Stillwater, Okla足 homa; AB, Religion; Gospel Team.

JOHN C. KILLFOIL, Garden City, Kansas; BS, Business.

CLEM JARVIS, Stillwater, Oklahoma; AB, Religion; Prayer and Fasting, Male Choir.

PAUL LANA, Watonga, Oklahoma; BS, Math; A Cappella, Male Choir, Music Club.

CLARENCE JENNINGS, Coolidge, Arizona; AB, Religion; Ministerial As足 sociation Treasurer. MARY BURDINE JOHNSON, Beth足 any, Oklahoma; BMusEd, Music; A Cappella, Trio.

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195S LAVERTA LANE, Rock Port, Missouri; BS, Education. RICHARD LEWIS, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Philosophy-Religion; Ministerial Association, Co-ordinator of Religious Activities, Class Vice President, Who's Who.

EUGENE McELYEA, Crockett, Texas; AB, Political Science; Social Science Club, Honor Society, ECHO Associate Editor, ECHO Editor, Student Coun­ cil.

KENNETH LONG, Olton, Texas; BS, Physical Education; All School Athletic Director, SNEA.

MARY LOU McGRAW, Joplin, Miss­ ouri; BS, Elementary Education; SNEA.

OLETHA LUDWIG, Kansas City, Miss­ ouri; AB, Speech; A Cappella, Honor Society, Freshman Award, Who's Who, Homecoming Queen Attendant.

LAURA McNAMES, Claremore, Okla­ homa; BS, Home Economics; Class Athletic Director, SNEA, Home Ec Club President, Gospel· Team. BOBBIE MEADOR, Arlington, Texas; AB, Psychology-Sociology; A Cappella, Class Cheerleader, Trio. 51


S eiii o r s DEAN NEFF, Phillips, Texas; AB, Church Music; A Capella, Music Club President, College Quartet, All Star Football Team, Heart Pal King. GYPSY NEHRBASS, Lawrence, Kansas; BS, Home Economics; SNEA, Home Ec Club Secretary, Dorm President, Dorm Secretary.

EDWARD MILLER, Westville, Florida; BS, Natural Science; College Marshall, Honor Society, Prayer and Fasting.

BRYAN NEWLON, Bethany, Okla足 homa; BS, Business Administration; Honor Society.

SHARON MILLER, West Des Moines, Iowa; AB, Elementary Education; SNEA, Dorm Chaplain, Gospel Team.

RUTH NORMAN, Hyattsville, Mary足 land; BS, Elementary Education; SNEA, Prayer and Fasting, Dorm President.

LLOYD MILLIKIN, Bethany, Oklaho足 ma; AB, Religion; Honor Society. MARGE MOUNTFORD, Oklahoma; BS, Education.

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19!SS JOYCE PAGE, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; A Cappella, Beth Anns. BARBARA PEACOCK, Pelican, Louis足 iana; BS, Home Economics; SNEA, Home Ec Club, Chemistry Club, Mis足 sion Band, Prayer and Fasting.

CHARLES PUGH, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Religion.

CHARLES PHILLIPS, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; BS, Business.

JOHN RAWLS, Lufkin, Texas; BMus Ed, Music; Male Choir, A Cappella President, Music Club.

DAVID PHILO, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Philosophy; "B" Club, Student Council Second Vice President, Philos足 ophy Club.

MARY LOU REED, Bethany, Okla足 homa; BMusEd, Music. FRANKLIN ROBERTS, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; BMusEd, Music.

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S en.i o r s LA VETA SARGENT, Bethany, Okla­ homa; BS, Business. JACK SHEEKS, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; AB, English; Literary Society Vice President.

JOHN ROGERS, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Religion.

DENE SIMPSON, Kansas City, Miss­ ouri; AB, Psychology; ARROW and ECHO photographer, Class Vice Presi­ dent, Honor Society, Prayer and Fast­ ing, Biology Club, Psychology Asso­ ciates.

EDWARD ROWLEY, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Speech; Speech Club, Phil­ osophy Club, Ministerial Association Vice President, ECHO Staff.

SHIRLEY SIMPSON, Bethany, Okla­ homa; BS, Home Economics; Home Ec Club, SNEA.

HIRAM SANDERS, Bethany, Oklaho­ ma; AB, Religion; A Cappella, Quartet. DELBERT SARGENT, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion.

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195S DOROTHY SLOAN, Kingman, Kansas; BS, Elementary Education; Biology Club, Gospel Team, Treble Choir, SNEA. ALMA SMITH, Corpus Christi, Texas; BS, Elementary Education; Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting, A Cappella, ECHO Staff, Social Science Club Sec­ retary.

KATHERINE SNOWBARGER, Sylvia, Kansas; BMusEd, Music; A Capella, Music Club, SNEA, Honor Society, Who's Who, Class Secretary, Student Council Secretary-Treasurer, College Queen, ECHO Queen.

JIM PAUL STEWART, Jasper, Alabama; AB, Religion; Ministerial Association, Gospel Team, Class Athletic Director, "B" Club, ECHO Staff, Football, Basketball, Softball.

LADONNA SPARKS, Frederick, Okla­ homa; BS, Elementary Education; Speech Club, SNEA, Gospel Team, A Cappella, Mission Band, Class Cheer­ leader.

CHARLES STRAWN, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion; Class Vice Presi­ dent, Mission Band President, Student Council Vice President.

DOYLE STROTHER, Ardmore, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion. PAT SWIGART, Woodward, Oklahoma; AB, Music; A Cappella, Honor Society Vice President, Music Club, SNEA, Who's Who, Class Treasurer, Prayer and Fasting. 55


S en.i o r s DELEITA WASHBURN, Orange, Tex; BS, Business; Business Club. PHILLIP WASHBURN, Orange, Tex.; BS, Chemistry; Chemistry Club.

JANET TAYLOR, Blytheville, Arkansas; BS, Elementary Education; Prayer and Fasting, Mission Band, Social Science Club.

DELORES WELLMON, Nicaragua, Central America; AB, Spanish; Mission Band Treasurer and Secretary, Honor Society, SNEA, Who's Who, Class Treasurer.

WESLEY TRACY, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Religion.

JOHN A. WESTMORELAND, Mem足 phis, Tennessee; AB, Religion.

MELVIN UNRUH, Bethany, Oklaho足 ma; BMusEd; Music. GWEN WALKER, Miami, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; SNEA Sec足 retary and President, ECHO Editor, Who's Who, Student Council, Prayer and Fasting. 56


19 SS JOHNNY G. W E S T M O R E L AN D, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Physical Edu­ cation; All-School Athletic Director, Class Athletic Director, "B" Club President, SNEA, All-Star Football Team, Varsity Basketball Team. JULIA WHITE, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Speech.

WALLACE WHITE, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion.

VERA RUTH WINTER, Hooker, Okla· homa; BMusEd, Voice; Honor Society, A Cappella, Music Club, SNEA, Who's Who, Class Treasurer, A R R O W Queen, Student Council Secretary.

LOIS WIMBERLEY, Edmond, Okla­ homa; BS, Elementary Education; Prayer and Fasting, Mission Band, SNEA Vice President.

ROBERT WOODY, Jerico Missouri; AB, Religion.

ROBERT WOMACK, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion; Gospel Team President. CHARLES ZECHMAN, Clinton, Okla­ homa; BS, Science. 57

Springs,


Class Of f i c e rs Dwight Southworth Jerry Lambert

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Vadean Bonner Grace Twining Verla Oke

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Jim Christy Glen Keys

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President

Vice-President

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Secretary

Treasurer

Student Council Representative

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Chaplain

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Sponsor

President Dwight Southworth

.J .. n i o r s

C l a s s o i 1 050 Smaller in number and wiser in the ways of college, with coolness and confidence the_ class of fifty-nine be­ gan its third year on the campus of BNC. Anxious of accomplishment they set themselves immediately to the tasks of study, term papers, difficult laboratory experi­ ments and .various other academic endeavors. Seeing the goal of graduation coming into view the juniors spent less time at the trivial aspects of college life and more time over books and typewriters. Group conversa­ tions began to take on a more serious tone. As freshmen in September of nineteen fifty-qve they descended on the peaceful little town of Bethany with spirits high- acting very much as all freshmen do. Be­ ginning that first year on the BNC campus the fresh­ man class was not small ( nearly three hundred strong) but unwise in the ways of college ( Registering was such a complicated process ) . The social whirl of the first week was such fun, but soon to be tasted was an­ other side of college life. · Accelerated lectures, outside readings and term papers jolted the frosh like cold water in the face. High points in that first year of col­ lege were initiation week, the class sock party in the gym, and the most important social event of the class­ The Freshman Banquet with a Deep South theme. Having cut their academic teeth as freshmen they

tackled a more difficult curricula their second year. Members of the class began taking more responsibility and positions of leadership in the various facets of col­ lege experience. Highlighting the social calendar of the year were the Christmas party and the skating party. A day of relaxation and fun in which assignments and studies were pushed aside was enjoyed by the sophs at their outing at Camp Classen in the Arbuckle Moun­ tains. When they came to school in the fall of fifty-seven as juniors, they were not restrained by fears and anxietie� so characteristic of them during the two previous years. This year considerable athletic prowess was displayed by tying for second in football and taking first place in basketball. A charcoal broiled steak fry and hayride was the junior fall social event. Without a doubt the cli­ maxing event of this year at BNC was the Junio.r-Sen­ ior Banquet with its theme of Some Enchanted Even­ ing. The banquet was held in the Patrician Room at 0-Mealey's Cafeteria. The class of nineteen fifty-nine will never forget its banquet. They took tests, finished term work and left school for home and summer jobs. More than ever before they were looking ahead to that long awaited Senior year always remembering to be guided by the class motto, "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom." 59


J u n i o :r s

Tom Bach Jerry lambert serves Beverly Oliver her steak while Robert Norton puts the finishing touches on his.

Vernon Beckett Esther Bergen Betty Jo Blystone Charles Bohannan Billy J. Boles

Vadean Bonner W.

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Boomer

Donivan Bounds Milton R. Boydstun Nita Brewer

Daniel E. Brown Margaret Burns Lavona Butler James Wallace Cantrell Cleo Carlile

Lynn Carr Martha Carter Henry Cheatwood Glen R. Chestnut Jim Christy

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Ronald S. Barlow


Nola Cinnamon Dot Clark Bob A. Cox Wendel L. Craighead Alfred T. Crays

James W. Daniel Donna Danskin Carolyn Daugherty Delbert Dayhoff Doris DeVore

Viola DeVore Jacquelin Doskocil Larry D. Doskocil Stewart Downey Doyle Ellis

Marlene Forshee Ann Garner Martha Gibson Donna Glaze Dora Jean Glidewell

Bill Gooden Patricia Gooden

Arley J. Goulden Ken Granger

Eunice Reep looks through the latticework as she finishes arranging the ivy for

the Heart Po l Bonouet.

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J n n i o :r s

Gene Greenawalt Vincent Allan Greer Picture hat and spectator pumps are modeled by Ester Bergen for the Home Ec. "Crazy" Style Show.

Billy Jack Grimes Donald Gunsalus Ann Hamiter Dan Hamiter Duane Harder

Billy J. Harris Clarence Hawkins Samuel Hayes Mary Jene Henderson Wesley Leroy Henry

Joyce Holland Gerald. B. Holley Richard E. Honaker Charl�s Hoover Jo Howard

James Irwin Raymond Jacob aomi Jantz Orlando Ray Jantz Glenda Jernigan

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Linda Sue Johnson Ramona Jane Johnston B. Gene Jones Karen Mae Jones Barbara Leigh Kane

Loyd Keith David King Jerry Lambert Zola Mae Lankford Jo Lindsley

Harry A. Logan Olen D. McClain Paul Marshall Joe Meade Kathryn Meador

Stanley D. Meek Dale Meesey Arlene Moore Jane Moore Richard D. Mountford

Dean Newsom James R. Noggles

John R. Norell Robert E.

orton

Jo Howard, Beverly Oliver, and Eunice Reep, "Three lonesome Po lecats," serenade at the All School H a l loween Par

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J u n i o :r s

Verla Oke Ronald Orr Dim candlelight and delicious garlic bread lend a touch of authenticity to the Sophomore Spaghetti Supper

Lorrene Owens Jane Parker Tom Penrod Don Pierce Virginia Potter

George Powell Coy Presson Connie Price Joyce Ransom Eunice Reep

Mary Lou Reeves Cecil W. Schwenke Sally Seachord John Shocklee Rachel Smith

Sharon Smith Ronald Snowbarger Don Soule Dwight Southworth Roger Strong

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Paul Stroud Richard Stump Carl Summer Gary Taylor Waneta Taylor

Patsy Teas Dale Tiry Barbara Tompkins Verna Lea Turner Grace Twining

Clair Uitts James Douglas Vaughan !sa Wallace Dolores June Wanser Clifton Watson

adine Watson Obed Watters Shirlene Webb Dale Webster Lona Mae Wheatley

Bob E. Wheeler Orin L. Wilkins Loy Williams Robert D. Wood Vivian Woods

Lina .Yakle Richard Young Roy Gene Young Janice Zinn Scott Jennings


Class Officers George Kline

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Tommy Robinson Madalyn Shannon Eleanor Kroeze

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President

Vice-President

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Secretary

Treasurer

Duane YoeseLStudent Council Representative Wales Lankford Don Beaver

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Chaplain

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Sponsor

President George Kline

S o p h o n-. o r e s C l a s s o i 196 0 The mighty sophomores roared back to the campus of BNC determined to make their second year of col­ lege one never to be forgotten. Their militant battle­ cry was "Initiate the Freshmen," which they proceeded to do in a grand manner. Green beanies on green frosh, an egg throw, Indian court, and the inter-class basket­ ball game were all climaxed by the traditional ceremony of burying the hatchet. As the green leaves turned to gold, the sophomores, whose battle song had changed to the melody of "Shine On, Harvest Moon," piled onto a hayrack pulled by old Dobbin to ride and sing their way around Lake · Hefner. A time of spiritual highlight for many sophomores was the moments spent together in the class prayer meetings which were led by the class chaplain. These inspirational services drew the class ties closer together, making their class one together with God. When the winds shifted to the north and the first tiny snow particles drifted across the campus, the tune changed to ''I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas." This Christmas spirit was manifested at an informal drop-in at the home of the class sponsors. Dr. and Mrs. Beaver. Punch and cake were served, and before leaving everyone made a wish on the candy wreath. The high-point of the athletic year for the mighty Sophs was the Echo Tournament. Game by game they battled their way on to the finals from which they emerged victorious over the Freshmen, with the win­ ner's trophy clutched tightly in their hands.

March came in like a lamb but quickly turned into a lion. In keeping with Oklahoma weather the rain­ clouds hovered low and completely drenched the sophs at what was one of the most memorable events of the year. After trudging through the red Oklahoma mud, they reached their destiny, Camp Don Shelley and their object, thirty pounds of spaghetti with all the trimmings. The day of the class outing arrived. The early morn­ ing hours found the sleepy sophs piling in the buses bound for Camp Classen and a whole day of fun. Boat­ ing, ballgames, horseback riding, and ping-pong, were all included in the day's activities, as well as a trip to Turner Falls. Ending the day with a vesper service the sophs turned their faces campus-ward and came home tired but happy. With final exams on the scene the realization dawn­ ed sharply and clearly that the school year was almost gone. Gathering for their final get-together as sopho­ mores, the class had a Going Away Party to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne." As each one said good-bye with an outwardly happy countenance, within he knew the sad­ ness that comes from having to break, for three months, friendships which had developed strong ties during the two years of his college life. These are the outward achievements of their soph­ omore year, but within most of them has come a greater achievement-"a growth in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man." 67


S o p h o iD o :r e s

Carolyn Alexander Kathy Alexander A love poem read by George Kline to Owalah Honaker creates atmosphere at the Old Fashioned Sweetheart Banquet.

Curtis Ammons Verlin Anthony Earl Baker Ann Blue Patricia Anne Bohlke

Donald Bridgwater Diane Sue Briggs Myrna Brock laomi Campbell Ray Cantwell

Roy Case Charles Childress Vada Ann Clifton Jeanie Close Jeanette Cobb

Albert Cocannouer Marilyn Collins Joyce Cox Lloy Nell Cristy Phil Cromeans

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Ronald Crosley Walter Crow

Martha Cruzen Marlene Curless Rosa Lena Curley I Ienry

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Barbara Douglas

Jo Dupree Carlton Easley Arnold Edinger Jimmy Elkins Mary Lou Farmer

Joe \Vayne Farrow Douglas Fletcher Bill Fowler Bernice Frolich Elvira Frost

Lonnie Fuson Don Gadbow

Glen Cantzer Robbie Cardne1

The success of the Sophomore Hayrack Ride is expressed by the happy smiles of Wales Lankford and linda Johnson.

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Velda Cordon Providing entertainment for the All School Get Acquainted Party John Shockley interviews Roy (Minnie Pearl) Case.

Larry Green Majorie Hall Duane Harrod Ruth Ann Hart Beverly Helm

Karyn Herren Perry Hipple Owalah Honaker Paul Eugene Hood Sheilia Hopkins

Eva

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Bobby Huffaker Delton Isaac Linda Lee Johnson Pat Johnson

Dwain Kelley Marvin C. Kelman Edna Lea Killam George Kline Wynell Knight 70

Carol Jean Gray


Eleanor Kroeze Nina Lackey

Lynda Land Wales Lankford Edwin Latham Lorene Lewis Bobbie Loper

Ronald Lundy Faith McClung Gene McCreery James McGraw Florence McNames

Phyllis McNeil Don McWhinney Gene Martin Janice Matlock W. H. Meek

Ronald L. Mercer Robert E. Miley

Angie Miller Lucy Miller

Halloween witches Twila Reiss and Lillie Owens keep a c lose watch over their bubbling cauldron.

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Sophomores

Ray Miller Jon Mitts Mrs. Schumann points out stage directions for "The Wreckage" to George Kline, Owaloh Honaker, and E leanor Kroeze.

John Moon Joyce

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Charles Moreland Chester Naramor Charles

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John Norton Beverly Oliver Denny Owens Lilly Owens

Judy Payne Pat Parette Jan Parrish Marilyn Page Dorothy Peterson

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Aubrey D. Poe Wanda Pope Ren Dale Powell Robert Prentice

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Linda Pryor Marshall Pryor

Ruth Rawlings Deny! Reed Phyllis Rehfeldt Twila Reiss Robert Richards

George Richey Don Robb Gayle Robichaux Tommy Robinson Sue Rogers

Pat Koss Kay Rowe Jim Rutherford Madlyn Sanders F. Robert Schafer

Myra Schubert Robert Schubert

Madalyn Shannon Charles R. Sharp

The approaching marriage of the popular STUCO president, Gary Hartpence, to charm in

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Sophomores SN IJidYN

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801 N O r Ben Sherrill Glen F. Shore

Smiling Diane Briggs models the seasons newest box suit.

Yvonne Shumaker Henry A. Sickels Verla Sloan Clariece Smith Doris Smith

Jim Smith Robert Snodgrass Carl Soliday Rosa Ellen Spence Arthur Sponagel

LaRena Stanley Naoma Stqrk Juanita Stearman Kathleen Stearns Danny Steele

Joyce Stringfield Jean Sturgeon Carolyn Sulzer Joyce Swartz Don Vail

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Janet Vineyard Jimmie Walker Kathryn Watson Merritt L. White

Robert White Sue Jo Whitman Durward Wiens Richard Wikoff

Carole Williams Fern Willison James 路Wilmoth Dorothy Worley

Mary Wynn Patricia York Duane Yoesel Dwain Young

Kay Young

Jamboree Queen Candidates, Vera Winter, Gene II C rawford, Pat Swigart, Zola Lankford, Oletha ludwig, and Pat Johnson, pose for the photographer as they

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C l a ss Officers Ray Hance Kent Kline

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Carolyn Swigart Barbara Burton

President

Vice-President

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Secretary

Treasurer

Tom White Student Council Representative _ _

Wayne Moyer Fred Floyd

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Chaplain

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Sponsor

President Ray Hance

F :r e s h iD e n C l a s s o i 196 1 The freshmen are here! This was the cry that echoed around the campus in early September of 1957. Every­ where one looked, new friendly faces could be seen. It was like fans gathering for a basketball game. From the first day, the contest was on with the "green" freshmen fighting for their rightful place in the student body of B.N.C. The sophomores put the freshmen through a rugged workout as a preparation for their first year in college. In the athletic activities between the two classes during Initiation Week, the sophomore offense proved too strong for the freshman defense. By presenting the Freshman Talent Show, they whistled their way back into the good graces of the student body. The tip-off of the year came when the freshmen elect­ ed officers, who led the class carefully and ably through moments of frivolity, fun, and seriousness. A time-out for fun was called and the freshmen gathered at the Youth Center for their barbecue party; everyone par­ ticipated and enjoyed the games and refreshments. By this time of the year the football season was drawing to a close and the freshmen bounded into second place, tying with the juniors. This was duplicated in the basketball season. The class of 1961 was anxious to help make its first year in college a success. They plunged into the middle of campus life by joining various clubs and by attending

the social activities made available for them. Twirp Week brought fun to all with its amusing sights of girls walking boys, carrying their books, and performing all the little polite duties that are expected of men in our culture. Their first big social event arrived and off they were for an evening of gaiety at the Christmas Banquet. Second semester found the freshmen full of excitement with each new heart pal gift. The Heart Pal Banquet was the closing event of a week of surprises and tricks. As the year progressed the frosh chose class cheer­ leaders, to meet the challenge of the Echo Tournament. With the exceptional support of the cheerleaders and class, the team moved their way into second place when they lost to the sophomores by two points. The unusual Freshman Banquet, arranged around the theme of space travel, was the most important social event for the class. Its success was the result of efficient teamwork. These activities will never be for­ gotten because many films were made of them. That long awaited summer vacation arrived at last. Books were pushed aside, trunks were packed, dorms were vacated, and the freshmen made their way home. They were no longer "green", scared, or confused, but were more learned in the ways of college life. With the experience gained their first year, the class of 1961 will return next year ready to jump those hurdles awaiting them. 77


Freshmen

Eddie Abla Joan Abla Bobby Huffaker successfully defends his title of "Watermelon Champ" at the All School Get Acquainted Party.

Lowary Dean Abla Lou Askew George Alton Aubert Carl Lee Aubrey John Ayers

Thelma Baggett Mona Carol Baldwin Milford Barrows Lester DeWayne Beaty Delores Bechtle

Pat Belcher Martha Biggs Judith Bink Janet Blankenship Cary Boese

Jane Bohannan Charlotte Ann Bowers Steve Brown Judy Burnham Barbara Burton

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Hoyt Cain Cargal Don Carley Glenda Carpenter Carolyn Case Becky Casey

Sylvia Cearley John Chamberlain Rita Chandler Donna Chestnut Ruth Chestnut

Jack Chisum Darlene Classen Ruby Frances Clegg Eleanor Coates Carolyn Conn

Shirley Cook Bobbie Cooley Jane Cooper Gladys Copeland Richard M. Cox

Judy Craft Ronald Craighead

Donna Kaye Crawford Dorothy Crawford

Concluding the Freshman Initiation lewis Hall shaves off Ray Hance's week long beard as Warrior Bob Snodgrass looks on.

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F :r e s h m e n

Ronald Cronk Sandra Cuppy Walking through the waded area at the Bud Robinson Dorm Party Sharon Neufeld, Bob Snodgrass. and Kent Kline encounter Ghost Carol Gray.

Dorothy Curley Sandra Currie John Dailey Carolyn Daniel Barbara Danner

Reese Daugherty Jerry Davis Richard Davis Elba Fern Depue Rod Dobson

Betty Dorsey Paul Durham Mary Dreier Gilbert Elliott Sharon Ellison

Sam Emmert Elvera Enns Robert Eppler Cilberetta Everitt Barbara Ferguson


Doris Filer Sophia Filipski David Fletcher Herbert Fowler William P. Franklin

Phyllis Gearhart Ruth Gibson Vivian Gibson Barbara L. Glidewell Linda Clisan

Loren Goodrick Emma Colden Donna Granger Toinette Green David Creer

John Creve Joe Guess Jim Hamilton Alvin Hammer Esther Pauline l lammer

Ray Lunn Hance Jan Hancock

Lillian l lanner Beverly June Harral

Under the close supervision of Warrior Bob Snodgrass the gym floor gets a

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Shirley Ann I ]arrington Wendell I Iarrison Freshmen Becky Casey, Wendel Harrison, and Betty Lackey view the long line of sophomores who are intent upon making their initiation comp lete.

Doris Hart Walter Hawkins Carolyn Janette Haynes Gene Allen Haynes Donald Heitman

Judy Helms Kenneth Cecil Hembree Trela Henbest Bob Henderson James F. Henley

Conrad Herman Barbara Ann Hill Freda Hinkle Fred Hodgeboom Harold Eugene Holmes

Beverly Ann Hoover Opal Mary Hoppe Darrell Huling Betty Sue Hutson Bertha Infield


Luetta Inglish Dixie Ingram Kay Jeffries Comer Johnson Jane Johnson

David Jones Evan John Jones Linda Lou Jones Tommy Allen Jones Mary Ann Kelley

John W. Kennedy Kent Kline MaeBeth Knapp Robert Kramer Frances Krawitz

Betty Jane Lackey Jerrold Lake Kathleen Lane Albert Lowell Laughlin Emmett Guy Ledbetter

Ruth Anna Lewis Sue Lewis

Phillip Lighthill orman Lint

With a look of disdain pie eating champion Mrs. 路Schumann watches runner-up


Freshmen

Billy Rex Ludwig Portraying the theme at the Sweetheart Banquet are Steve Brown and Gilberetta Everitt "Taking An Old Fashioned Walk."

Yvonne McCleery Betty McCrite Melvin �cCullough Sue McElwain Janell McFarland

Judy McNeil Gladys McReynolds Carl Madden Marshall Martin Joe Matthews

Eddie Mayhew Bobby Meade Glenda Meek LaVon Miller Beverly Mincey

Nona Moore Don Morgan Wayne Moyer Darleen Myers Sharon Neufeld

Russell Lundy


Marlow Neuschwanger Edwin Nicholson Elizabeth Anne Norton Wilomae Owens Gloria Page

Robert Page Doris Parker Ethel Mae Parker Anita Parmer Bonita Parmer

Colene Patterson Sandra Paulson Ellen Payne Loretta Payne Wanda Petefish

John Phipps Ruth Pilcher ' Joseph R. Pitts Cleta Pope Cynthia Popejoy

Lewis Poteet Myra Powell Una Eulene Powell Kenneth Presson

Alberdean Pryor Rose Quiring Catherine Reed Sharon Darline Riley


F :r e s h m e n

Jeannie Roberts Benny Ray Robertson Ham operators Phil Washburn and Jae Wayne Farrow prepare to transmit while Lewis Poteet watches.

Eddie Rowland Jean Royce Ruth Ann Scroggs Tom Sellers Anneitta Shepperd

Mildred Sherman Phyllis Shumake l\lilton Shumaker l\ lildrcd Simpson Doris Sipe

Charles Sipes Lynn

D.

Smith

Wendell Snowbarger Betty Soliday Ronald Spears

Pat Stafford Wayne Stark Mildred Stogsdill Zuma Strawn Laverne Sutherland


Carolm Swigart Ann Tavlor Kave Tavlor Garrcth Tennyson Norman Thiessen

l'vlildred Faye Tipton Mary Tompkins Carolyn Uphaus Dwight Uphaus Nancv Van \Vinkle

Russell Walborn Nancv \Valker Danny \Valton Karen \Vatson Judy Wellman

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Jon Whatley Thomas White Mary Lynn Wicker Chester B. Wilcox

jene Williams Robert L. Williams Grace Williamson Alice Wilson Edythe Wise

Jan Woolery Crystal Wright Wanda Wright Lavonne Marie Young


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Mr . Joe Col l ege Bethany Nazarene Col l ege Bethany, Okl ahoma Dear Mr . Co l lege : Y ou have b e e n r e c omme n d e d to u s fr om y our c ampu s f o r r e c ognition

in the 19 5 7 - 5 8 Edition of WHO ' S WHO AMONG S T UD E N TS IN A M ERI C AN UNI V ERSI TI ES AND C O L L E G E S .

It i s a ple a s u r e to t e ll you that y our

nomination has be en a c c e pt e d . The student s r e c o gni z e d i n thi s public ation e a ch ye a:r ar e nominate d

fr om appr o ximate ly 7 0 0 c olle g e s and unive r sitie s . c ommitte e s are in str ucte d to c o n s ide r ,

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H . P e tt u s Randall HPR : mnw Enc s .

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College C h .. r c h On the corner of a busy call}pus stands the College Church, the First Church of the Nazarene of Bethany. It affords a home church for the majority of students at the college. The friendly atmosphere of this the largest church in our denomination makes everyone feel wel­ come. There is an opportunity for anyone who is willing to work, either in the Sunday School or in some other area. Dr. E. S. Phillips, pastor of the College Church, is

DR. E. S. PHILLIPS

exemplary of the spirit of the church. His manner is friendly, his messages are truth-fili ed and challenging. He often gears his messages to help the young people of the college with their spiritual problems. Mrs. E. S. Phillips is a pastor's wife of great merit. Her work is continuous; she is very active in the mis-

sionary program of her church. Perhaps her most im­ portant task is the work she does "behind the scenes" helping her husband. The "younger set"

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the Phillips household con­

sists of three charming daughters, Betty Jean, Clara, and Karen. The College Church is a center of many of the col­ lege religious activities : gospel rallies, opening conven­ tions at the beginning of each semester, class prayer meetings, special chapel services, Gospel Team and Mission Band services, and Prayer and Fasting services. The College Church gives the students a home church while at college. Long after the facts learned in college classes have been forgotten, the students will remember the impact that this church made on their spiritual lives.

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DR. and MRS. PHILLIPS, BETTY JEAN, KAREN, and CLARA.


Architects' model o f

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ColleR• Bethany's First Church of the Nazarene is receiving a new $300,000 face in remodeling program. The en­ largement of the educational departments will raise the capacity from 1 ,200 to 1 ,700 The three-story building was designed to increase efficiency in teaching since a new system of instruction in the Sunday School has been inaugurated. A two-story building wifl be added to house the senior high school department, church library, church offices, the pastor's study and two work rooms. The upper story will not be added until later. .

BOB GREEN Minister of Christian Education 108

Seating capacity in the sanctuary will be raised from l ,200 to 1 ,650 by expanding the walls and replacing the present balcony by a sloping mezzanine to seat 400 per­ sons. The entrance will be on ground level with a ramp underneath the mezzanine leading into the main hall.


�rch with new expansion.

Chureh The new front will consist of a series of angular colored glass and metal panels which will give a bel­ lows effect. The remainder of the building will be a relatively simple modern styling with an overall con­ struction of brick, concrete and masonry, making it fireproof. A sixty foot tower will center the building, topped by a heavy metal cross. The enlargement of the basement will make room for a small chapel to seat 1 2 5 persons. Associated Architects and Enineers of Bethany drew up the designs and plans for this new edifice which will grace the campus as well as the town of Bethany. This four-stage building program will be completed by next spring or summer.

LESTER DUNN Director of Music 1 09


Revivals

REV. PONDER GILLILAND Fall Revival

REV. LAWRENCE H ICKS Spring Revival

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Ayeoek L e e t li :r e s

MRS. EMMA IRICK First Semester

REV. I. C. MATHIS Second Semester

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Cha pel Speakers

DEAN M ILO REDIGER North Central Association Coordinator

W. T. WHITE Evangelist

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ROBERT I. GOSLAW Superintendent, New York District


DR. 0. J. FINCH Superintendent, Colorado District

REV. LOWN England

REV. & MRS. JAMES HUDSON Missionary, Guatemala

REV. BRONELL GREER Missionary, India

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The � December brought the excitement of the Yule tide season to our campus and to the town of Bethany. The hustle and bustle of this season was seen as the students made arrangements to go home for the holiday. But on the evening of December 1 5, 1958, one could see the students and townspeople alike laying aside prepara­ tions. The carols floating from the College Church called them to the annual presentation of "The Messiah."

PROFESSOR LESTER DUNN Choir Director 1 14

A choir of one hundred and sixty voices blended to­ gether under the able conducting of Professor Lester Dunn in this annual production. Accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Taylor, organist, and Mrs. Margaret Dunn,


pianist, and a twenty-six piece orchestra under the direc足 tion of Professor Keith Pagan, the choir filled the air with "Glory to God", "And the Glory of the Lord", "Behold the Lamb of God", and other portions of Handel's "Messiah." The voices of soloists Mrs. Mabel Sonnevik, soprano; Mrs. Evelyn Robinson, contralto; Mr. Melvin Unruh, tenor; and Mr. Geron Brown, bass sang out in honor of our Lord and added beauty to this favorite production. The strains of music filled the church and thrilled each heart for they brought to each the realization of the "Messiah" who came that all inight live eternally. Climaxing the evening of music was the all favorite "Halleujah Chorus," which the choir sang as a heavenly chorus praising the "Messiah."

PROFESSOR KEITH PAGAN Orchestra Director

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Q II a r t e t s

Henry Cheatwood, Marshall Pryor, Danny Steele, Dean Neff.

Don Morgan, Ed Nicholson, Melvin McCullough, Steve Brown.

Dean Nev.'>om, Tom White, Steve Brown, Ed Nicholson Dean Newsom, Tom White, Steve Brown, Ed Nicholson

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Trios

lorene Owens, Carol Gray, Wilomae Owens.

Mild red Tipton,

Phyllis Schumoke,

Emma

Golden.

Virginia Potter, Eunice Reep, Jo Howard.

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Vero Winter, Pat Swigart, Kathy Snowberger.

Karen Watson, Barbara Burton, Donna Kaye Crawtord.

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Front row: Po rette, Willioms, Mincey,

Close,

Page, Cantrell, Henbest,

Third row: Walton, Tipton, Moore, Wise, Riley, Peacock, Smith.

Filer.

Second row: Golden, Schumake, Copeland, Williamson, Wilson, Payne.

Fourth row: Uitts, Gadbow, Moyer, Carlile, Uphous, Jones.

G o s p e l T e a In Officers: Bob Womack, pres.; Glen Golden, vice路pres.; Vadean Bonner, sec.; Dr. King, sponsor.

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Under the leadership of student preachers, student workers, and musicians the Gospel Team functions as one of the most active organ路 izations on the campus. It serves as a spiritual fortress and provides opportunity for our stud颅 ents to gain experience in various capacities of Christian work. The semi-monthly meetings, evangelistic in nature, are inspirational and from them many blessings are received. The atmosphere of these services is permeated with song and praise. Gospel Team members offer their talent to surrounding churches. Their fame has spread over our educational zone. By invitation these young Christian workers carry the gospel in pearly every direction. Traveling with this group is a well organized talented group of singers and musicians who furnish music for their services. The group holds services nearly every Sunday, and holi颅 days find them traveling great distances for special services and revivals.


Some of the most inspirational times experi颅 enced by BNC students have been those few minutes spent each week at noon on Friday in the college church at Prayer and Fasting. The organ music floating across the campus each Friday noon serves as a reminder of that special service. The Prayer and Fasting League strives to develop a stronger Christian character and to foster a deeper spiritual growth within each individual. The quietness ot the hour, the soft tones of the organ, and the devotional attitude displayed by all, are conducive to worship. In this reverent atmosphere communing with God is a rewarding experience. The Prayer and Fasting League introduced the prayer and fasting chart this year. The dimes and quarters and half dollars for the snacks and meals sacrificed go to be used for New Guiena missions, where the value of the money is doubled and tripled.

Officers:

Paul Marshall,

pres.;

Virginia

Glen

Chestnut,

vice- pres.;

linda

Johnson,

sec..l!eas.

Potter, organist; Dr. Garner, sponsor.

P r a y e r a n d F a s t i n. g Front row:

Filer, Oke,

Page, Webb,

Dorsey,

Clegg, Johnson, Snodg rass, Pryor, Wheatley, Bowers, Wil liams, Parker. Second

land, Schumaker, Cantrell, Hance, Baldwin, Cobb, Helm, Jernigan, Cook, Twining. Easley, Scroggs, Copeland, Cristy, Wanser, Lane.

Third

row:

Carrigan,

H a r rington, S h u maker,

Lankford, Johnson,

Fourth row: Green, U phaus, Ch risty, Howard, Parette, McCullough, Lewis, Reed, Garner, Rawlings,

Payne, Moore. Fifth raw: Briggs, Worley, Hipple, Cinnamon, Peacock, Neufeld!, Gooden, McNeil, Glidewell, Alexander, Pryor. Holland, Miller, Phi lo, Gooden, Martin, Lundy.

row: Presson, More路

Seventh row: Chestnut, Marshall, Garner, Robertson, White.

Sixth

row:

Potter,


Front

row:

Olson,

Owens,

Copeland,

Bohanan,

Owens,

Peacock.

McNeil. Fourth row:

Second Nara mor,

row:

Wise, R iley, Young.

Fowler, Chestnut,

Third

row:

Smith, Wellman,

Payne, Stark,

Young.

B a n. d Officers: Richard Young, pres.; Ruth Rawlings, vice·pres.; Glen Chestnut, treas.; Jane Joh nston, sec.; Miss Olson, sponor.

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Mission Band, an organization composed of missionary-minded individuals who feel a call to the foreign field or are vita11y interested in the work of missions, is concerned chiefly with promoting interest in this worthy cause. Vari­ ous types of programs have been utilized in the semi-monthly meetings. From film strips, slides, visiting speakers, returned missionaries, and natives from the foreign fields the student body of BNC received much enlightenment on the work of missions and the tasks and responsi­ bilities of missionaries. This vital information wi11 no doubt be used to great advantage by BNC students in future years when serving on foreign fields or working in missionary societies in the home lands. Each year the Mission Band undertakes a special missionary project. The project for this year is an offering for a home for a national worker in Formosa. In this way the students can have a part in spreading the gospel abroad.


Beth Anns, a class without credit designed for the wives of ministerial students, took its name from the word Bethany and is applied to an imaginary minister's wife. The pr:_.gram of this active organization is far from fictitious for it prepares the minister's wife for her role in the parsonage. Under the expert leadership of Mrs. Roy H . Cantrell, the organization plays a vital role in making better preachers' wives. The club sponsors courses of study for those ladies who are interested in preparing them足 selves for future service. A Red Cross Home Nursing course was offered to the group and taught by Mrs. Wyatt. The course taught the ladies how to be helpful in times of illness and disaster. Besides the personal experience which Mrs. Cantrell imparts to the mem足 bers, outside speakers are invited to share the activities of these future "First Ladies of the Parsonage." St. Patrick's season furnished inspiration for the green and white decorations at the annual Beth Ann Banquet held in the Patrician Room at O'Mealey's. The event was well attended by Beth Anns and their husbands and guests.

Officers: Mona White, pres.; Betty Demetre, vice pres.; Zora Frazier, sec.; Glenda Packwood, treas.; Joyce Page, publicity chairman; Mary Klink, Sue Baldwin, Devotional chairmen.

Bet h A n it s

Emcee Dr. Hoyt coordinated the evening's activities at the annual Beth Ann Banquet.

Guest speaker A. LeRoy Taylor spoke on the laymen's position in the church.

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hont row: Gibson, McForlond, Taylor, Winter, Helm, Swigart, Tipton, Snowborger, Meador, Everett. Second row: Coates, McClung, Cook, Oliver, . Swigart, C lifton, Phillips, Kruzen, Joh nston, Clark. Third row: McCreefy, Haynes, Newsom, Mayhew, Morgan, Rawls, Emmert, White, Watson, McCullough.

Fourth row: Smith, Brown, Ammons, Yoesel, ISaacs, Durham, Nicho!son, Farrow, Prentice, Lanna.

A C a p p e l l a C hoir Officers: John Rawls, pres.; Buddy Emmert, vice-pres.; Kathy Snowbarger, sec.-treas.; Lester Dunn, director.

The A Cappella Choir consists not only of forty able voices, but also forty individuals with fine personalities, and Christ-like charac­ ters singing as a unified body. As a representative group of the college, the choir is on demand for many off-campus ser­ vices. These include appearances in preachers' conventions in the Oklahoma City area and churches in various cities m this area of the educational zone. On-�ampus it is an invaluable spiritual asset in services for both the fall and spring revivals. Climaxing the year's activities, the choir takes a tour of the educational zone. The itinerary of this year's tour included visits to churches in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas. Found in the choir's repertoire are for the most part classics, Negro spirituals and hymns, but Music Week brings the choir to a lighter vein of music. In its busy schedule the choir finds time for Halloween hayrides and eventful evenings at the home of its director, Professor Lester L. Dunn.

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Under the leadership of Professor Keith Pagan, the band is fast becoming an outstand­ ing organization on the campus of BNC. This year has found it busier than ever-beginning its season with two well-received lawn con­ certs. During the winter months the pep band added an important part to the spirit of athletic events by playing for all the college basketball games, including Jamboree and Echo Tourna­ ment. A combination of classical and light music was presented by the band in concerts for visitors and students in the Student Union Building. The band's contribution to Music Week topped the year's activities. Within the band are several ensembles which provide en­ tertainment for banquets and :;mall social events. Evidence of the band's venture into the social realm was the hamburger fry at Wiley Post Park. Everyone returned home delight­ fully stuffed with hamburgers prepared by head chef Pagan.

Officers: Delton Isaac, pres.; Wendel Craighead, pub. chairman; Ed N icholson,, vice-pres.; Dot Clark, sec.-treas.; Prof. Pagan, sponsor.

Ban d Front row: Scroggs, Uphaus, Clark, Lewis, Casey, Pagan, Jones, Robichaux, Jones, Johnson, Isaacs. Wright, Craighead, Smith, Yarbrough, Upha us, N icholson, Martin,

Bohanan, Durham, Robertson.

Second row: Carley, Garner, Powell, Bechtle, Third row: Stringfield, Joh nson, Scott, Carlile.

Burnham.

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Front row: Sch umann, Forshee, Lankford, Oke, Clark, Gardner, Olson.

Second row: Pierce, Powell, Bohlke, Kroeze, Tiry.

Third row: Cinnamon,

Burns, Watson, Reep, Rawlings, Honaker, Williams.

S p e e ch Cl u b Officers: Nola Cinnamon, . pres.; Verla Oke, vice-pres.; Ronnie Lundy, treas.; Owalah Honaker, sec.; Miss Olson and Mrs. Schumann, sponsors.

Epsilon Gamma Sigma, revived by speech enthusiasts, has been very active in its return to the BNC campus. The Speech Club provides cultural growth by promoting the arts of drama, interpretation and oratory and purposes to create an opportunity for speech students to develop their abilities in situations outside of class. The club's activities consist not only of monthly meetings with student participation but also lectures by off-campus speakers. A program of interpretive readings presented in chapel and a field trip to the University of Okl<!足 homa Speech and Hearing clinic are among the other activities of the club. The members of this club have contributed to a growth of enthusiasm in the Speech de足 partment. Any student wishing to improve his personality by developing good speech tech足 niques finds this a channel of expression. 1 26


Understanding in the field of music is the foundation of the Music Club on our campus. In this club music enthusiasts are given a chance to learn appreciation outside of the classroom. The purpose of the Music Club is to help its members incorporate various phases of music into their daily lives. Through records, films concerning composers and their compo­ sitions, lectures on timely subjects, and per­ formances of guest musicians, the members learn the importance of music in their lives. The Music Club is composed largely of ma­ jors and minors in the department, but mem­ bership is not restricted only to those in that field. Since this club is interested in promoting music appreciation, all interested are encour­ aged to belong.

Officers: Dean Neff, pres.; Richard Mountford, vice-pres.; Kathy Snowbarger, sec.-treas.; Mrs. Dunn, sponsor.

M II s i c C l u b Front row: Dunn, Meodor, Granger, Johnston, C rawford, Meador, Everett, Seocord, Wotson, Tompkins, Ing lish. Second row: Dunn, Newsom, Meesey, Shocklee, Robichaux, Sheffield, Lewis, Norton, McClung, C rawford.

Third row: Neff, Nicholson, McCreery, Upha us, Durham, McCullough, Brown,

Ammons, Tipton, Swigart.

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Front row: Garner, Shannon, McNeil, DeVore.

Second row: Willison, Coose, Vaughan, Bach, Wellman, Owens.

Third row: Han, Beckett, Woods,

Orr, B. Norton, J. Norton.

B i o l o g y C I .. b Officers:

Robert Wood,

pres.;

Ann

Garner,

vice.pres.;

Madalyn

Shannon,

sec. treas.; lilly Owens, pub. chairman; Viola DeVore, rep. at large; Prof. Lawrence, sponsor.

Beta Sigma Lamba, or the Biology Club as it is commonly called, is a haven for those stud足 ents interested in the biological sciences. An affiliate with the Oklahoma Academy of Sci足 ence, the Biology Club offers membership to any biological science enthusiast. Under the guidance of its sponsor, Professor Robert Law足 rence, the club offers programs of varying types. Through educational -films, demonstrations, field trips, and lectures the members learn of the current trends in this field. Future dentists, doctors, nurses, instructors, and laboratory tech足 nicians find the Biology Club an avenue of learning. The knowledge gleaned from the activities and programs of this club will be profitable in the days ahead when they are serving humanity in responsible positions. 1 28


Science is now of foremost interest to all Americans. Our survival as a leading world power depends on our scientists and their ef­ forts in the field of science. 1l1is scientific fervor has shOW11 itself in the increased mem­ bership of Alpha Beta Chi, the Chemistry Club on our campus. The activities of this club took its members on field trips to chemical plants and labora­ tories. Through films, field trips, and research into specialized areas the club members are better acquainted with this field and its pos­ sibilities. 1l1is year the Alpha Beta Chi furnished a display case for its department. This valuable asset in the Chemistry department is used to display models of molecular structures of com­ mon chemical compounds. Each year this scientifically minded club steps into the social world by giving a banquet for its alumni members, many of whom are holding responsible positions in the scientific world.

Officers: John Norell, pres.; Dave Jones, vice-pres.; Joe Wayne Farrow, sec.-treas.; Dr. Beaver, sponsor.

Front row: Howard, Watson, Rutherford, lighthill, Peacock.

Second row: Hodgboom, Harder, Washburn, Farrow.

Third row: Carley, Jones,

Norell, Cunningham, Beaver.

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Front row: Webster, Schwartz, Owens, Wheatley, Henbest, Gray, H i l l, Phipps.

Payne,

Price, Wilcox.

Second

row: White, Washburn, Du pree, Herren, Cobb, Payne,

Third row: King, Wilmoth, lake, Phipps, Rutherford, Mitts, Whatley.

Officers: Dale Webster, pres.; Lorene Owens, vice·pres.; Joyce Schwartz, sec.; Lona Wheatley, treas.; Jerrold lake, rep. at large; Ellen Payne, reporter; Prof. Snell, sponsor.

The Business Club offers membership to those vitally interested in this field and to those planning careers in this area. The Future Leaders of America, as this club is called, was organized to promote interest, to afford an out­ let for this interest, and to serve the school by strengthening the Business department. With an active schedule of films, field trips to banks, insurance agencies, and other con­ cerns, the club is informed as to the limitations and possibilities in the field of business. First hand information is gleaned from trips to ob­ serve the operations of the newest business machines. Leading business men are often guest speakers at the bi-monthly club meet­ ings. Thus, the members are made aware of the endless opportunities for a career in the field of their choice. This well-rounded organiza­ tion contributes to the prestige of the campus and produces able leaders for tomorrow.

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Changing the name of Future Teachers of America to Student National Education As­ sociation did not change the purpose of the club which was organized to acquaint its mem­ bers with opportunities found in the teaching field and to develop student leadership. This organization and its activities are of great interest to all planning on education as a vocation. Through instructive films, panel discussions, and guest speakers, the club ap­ peals to those primarily. Membership in this club enables one to at­ tend the state and district teachers' conventions a'nd .entitles one to receive both the NEA Journal and the Oklahoma Teacher, two ex­ cellent magazines for teachers. This active club is an asset to our campus and community and contributes much to the educational interests of the prospective teachers.

Officers: Gwen Walker, pres.; Ramona Davis, vice-pres.; Frankie Honand, sec.; Glen Bond, treas.; Miss Spruce, sponsor.

S. N. E . A . Front row:

Sheldon, Smith,

Lane,

Popejoy,

Alexander,

Peacock,

Potter, Hollard, Bonner, Miller, Henderson, Webb, Wallace. Davis, Gray, Wellman.

Snowberger, Sparks, McCleary, Moon.

Second row: Swigart, Winter, Oliver,

Third row: Clippinger, Twining, Ziebarth, Carter, Glidwell, Smith, Neh rbass, McNames,

Fourth row: Lundy, Waters, Poe, Bond, Walker.

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Front row: Peacock, Bergen, Parette, Hart, Enns, Briggs, Copeland. Jones, laDue, Alexander.

Second

row:

Helms,

Powell, Bowers, Taylor,

Bonner,

Neh rbass,

Henderson,

Third row: Greve, lewis, Jernigan, Carter, Lindsley, McNames, Ziebarth, McNames, Coose.

H o ii-. e E c o n. o ... i c s Officers: Laura McNames, pres.; Jo Lindsley, vice-pres.; Gypsy Neh rbass, sec.; Florence McNames, treas.; Dr. Greve and Miss LaDue, sponsors.

An interest in the field of home economics and enrollment in or completion of a course in this department entitles one to membership in the Home Ec Club. Designed especially for the "fairer sex", this club endeavors to furnish the world of today and tomorrow with efficient, able home makers. Girls who are planning careers in this field receive experience and in足 formation which will enable them to train others concerning modern and new ideas of this rapidly advancing field. Some of the practical activities of this group have been style shows and field trips. Activities such as these provide first-hand information concerning current topics of styles, fashions, and etiquette. 1 32


Alpha Nu, a student affiliate of the Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Lambda in the official title of the Honor Society at BNC. This organ足 ization strives to raise the scholastic standing and rating of BNC and to stimulate a desire in all students to excel in scholarship, leadership, ethical character, and service to others. Eligibility for membership is the attainment of a grade point of 2.40 for two consecutive semesters by any member of the Associated Students of Bethany Nazarene College en足 rolled in at least twelve college hours. This intelligent group on our campus has among its members many of the leaders of cam足 pus life. The club meets regularly at monthly luncheons, where the members' discuss prob足 lems that confront the average college student. Officers: Forrest Cunningham, pres.; John Norell, vice-pres.;. Ann Garner, sec.-treas.; Dr. Laughbaum, sponsor.

H o n. o :r S o c i e t y Front row: Smith, Lankford, DeVore, Shannon, Kroze, McClung, Garner, Cobb, Laughbaum. Second row: Winter, S,owbarger, Hall, Cox, Ludwig, Rawlings, Payne, Clifton, Killam, Third row: McElyea, Cunningham, Orr, Norell, Craighead, Page, Hartpence, Taylor, Miller.

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Front row: Taylor, Sulzer, Gill, Kane . . Second row: Taylor, Craighead, H udgins, B.ond, Floyd.

S o c i a l S e i e n e e C I .. b Officers: Gary Taylor, pres.; Wendel Craighead, vice·pres.; Alma Smith, sec.-treas.; Dr. Floyd, sponsor.

History, political science, and sociology en­ thusiasts find the Social Science Club an ave­ nue of learning. Its meetings promote interest in the values of social science in today's world. The happenings of the past, present, and future, all of importance to this organization, are re­ ceived and studied through visual aids, field trips, and group discussions. Among its mem­ bers might be found historians, sociologi sts, and politicians of tomorrow. Each year the club publishes the BNC His­ torian which is composed of outstanding re­ search papers written by students in these fields. This well rounded organization contributes much to those interested in social science on the campus. 1 34


It is important that the youth of today grow spiritually, mentally, socially, and physically. Our college is organized with this in mind and encourages growth in these four areas. Out­ side of the classroom many clubs are organized to stimulate growth in a specific area. The "B" Club, a club for the lettermen of our campus, encourages the physical development of the male constituency of Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege. In order to qualify as a letterman the in­ dividual must have participated in a majority of the games played by his team in two or more of the major sports and must have shown above average ability in one of these. The "B" Club is privileged each year to make nominations for the good sportsman­ ship award given to the player who has dis­ played the highest qualities of sportsmanship and fair play.

Front row: Westmoreland, Fitzgerald, Burpo.

I

Officers: Johnny Westmoreland, pres . ; Dwight Southworth, vice-pres.; Buddy Emmert, sec.-treas.

Second row: Yoesel, Neff.

Third row: Stewart, Southworth, Philo.

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Zola Lankford, Tom White, Vera Winter, Forrest Cunningham, Gary Ha rtpence, Ronnie Orr, David Philo, Eugene McElyea, Duane Yoesel, Verla Oke, Professor Dunn.

Ohe Cf<eoeille 8cho

ECHO Staff members, Joyce Ransom and Loy Williams concentrate on their assig nments.

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A current collection of campus news and views may be found in the carefully written columns of the student news­ paper, the REVEILLE ECHO. This publication offers in­ formation concerning coming attractions and past happen­ ings. The student body looks forward every other week during the school term to the ECHO. A staff of creative writers guided by its able editor compile the artic;les, checking them again and again, to produce the best results. Inquiring re­ porters chase over the campus delving into the darkest cor­ ners to find that human interest story unknown to the public. These stories and articles roll out of the typewriters into the hands of the editor to be approved. The smell of rubber cement permeating the air, the clicking of typewriter keys, the hustle and bustle of staff members scurring in and out, and the cluttered desks typify the ECHO office before sending each edition to press. Normalcy then visits the office again until new assignments are made and the process is repeated.


EUGENE McELYEA Editor

JOYCE RANSOM Associate Editor

CLIFTON WATSON Business Manager

ANNA BELLE LAUGHBAUM Sponsor

GWEN WALKER Associate Editor

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Reep, Stearman, Oke, Howard, Watson, Hance, Du Pree.

This is the ARROW -the year book of Bethany Nazarene College. It is the most complete condensed account of the year's activities. It will be treasured for years because of the lovely memories hidden between its covers. When the pages are yellow and brittle with age, it will be a cherished item to glance wistfully through . With this in mind the members of the staff labored over the pictures, copy, anJ captions in order to make this the 1958 ARROW an accurate record.

Carolyn Daugherty and Patsy Teas work on last minute preparations for the ARROW.

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Under the capable guidance of their sponsor, Mrs. Carol Lundy, the staff spent many long days selecting, sizing, past足 ing and pulling up pictures, writing and rewriting copy, checking galJ.ey, running in to see the printers or photo足 graphers, and many seemingly endless tasks that every year足 book staff must perform. As the deadline loomed up closer in view, typewriter keys clicked faster, pictures rolled from the dark room and the office took on a look of despair. Amid the picture trimmings and layers of discarded copy came the last pages and the ARROW went to press. The presentation to the students of Bethany Nazarene College ARROW erased the lines of worry and strain on the faces of the staff for their task was completed .


DON FITZGERALD Business Manager

ZOLA MAE LANKFORD Editor

PAT JOHNSON Associate Editor

EUNICE REEP Assistant Editor

CAROL LUNDY Sponsor

DENE 路 siMPSON Photographer

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Seated: Miller, Bohlke, lewis, Norton, Dupree, McNames, Howard.

Standing:

Willia ms,

Kennedy,

Stringfield, Morgan,

Davis,

Craighead, Jones,

Poteet, Powell, White, Dobson, Burpo, Stewart.

S t .. d e n t Co .. .. c i l The hub of student activities at Bethany Nazarene College is the Student Council. The members guide the students through the year and act as mediator or go-between for the students and the administration. This year's social calendar \\·as begun by the All School Party planned by the Council . Throughout the year the Council planned activities to provide a well-rounded social program. The Council presented two lyceums, planned the homecoming activities and the banquets for the Christmas and Valenti1; e seasons, supervised the Heart Fund Drive, and sponsored the annual Twirp Week and tournaments for the table tennis and caron enthusiasts. The Council is composed of the president, first vice- presi­

dent, second vice-president, secretary-treasurer, editors o.f the ECHO and ARROW, and one representative from each Student Council President, Gary Hartpence explains cancer drive material to Wendel Craighead.

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of the four classes. Guided by their sponsor, the council mem­ bers work together for the welfare of the student body.


GARY HARTPENCE President

RONNIE ORR First Vice-President

VERA RUTH WINTER Secretary

PROFESSOR LESTER DUNN Sponsor

DAVID PRILO Second Vice-President

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H o iD e e o iii i n. g C o r o 路fi路'a t i o n. ..

Escorted b y D r . Cantrell and Dean Horton.

robed by Wesley Burpo

and p resented with a bouq uet of yellow mums by Ronnie Snowberger.

Queen Genell Crawford reigns as Homecoming Queen.

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Qene/l @raw/ord �mecomin g �ueen


H e a rt Pa l C o r o it a t i o ii

Phyllis Rehfeldt escorted by Dwight Southworth .

.

.

was seated on her royal throne.

Dwight Southworth and Phyllis Rehfeldt as they reign King and Queen of the Heart Pal Banquet.

The r!tgal court, Princesses Vada Ann Clifton and Beverly Oliver and Princes Ronnie Orr and John Norell, gaze upon

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E cho C o :r o n. a t i o :n

Queen Jo Lindsley wears a radiant smile as she reigns over the Echo Tournament.

Blue spotlights caught the happy smiles of the royal court as they sat on their misty blue cloud.-like thrones.

Princess

Joyce

Swartz

was

escorted

Curtis Ammons followed by . . .

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by

Princess Pat Johnson escorted by

The main attraction, Queen Jo Lindsley,

Kent Kline.

was escorted to her throne by Deon Neff.


I

Scho CG'ournamenl {Si)ueen


H o m e c o m i u. g Fe stivities Chilling winds seemed to cool揃 the tem peratures around November 22, but did not put out the blazing spirits of the Bethany Redskins as they set out to make the homecoming day one of the best. Taking the place of a parade, each dorm足 itory decorated the front, keeping in mind the theme of "Beat Alumni." The dorms were judged by a chosen com足 mittee. First place winners were the Fanning Hall crew and second place went to Chapman Hall. The other dorms' decorations also exemplified the determination of the Red足 skins to beat the Alumni. Colors of bright red, black, orange, and white added to the enthusiasm of all. Bfesee Hall was decorated by the Alumni to welcome their friends to the campus.

War hoops were heard all over the campus as the afternoon activities progressed. A pep rally was held in the gymnasium. The coaches gave speeches and a three-act skit, "The Three Spuds", was given. The queen candidates, Genell Crawford, Pat Swigart, Pat Johnson, Zola Lankford, Vera Winter, and Oletha Ludwig were presented. Participation in the Homecoming Activities was excellent and the efforts of the all-school cheerleaders were not wasted as they were well rewarded when the Redskins went on to defeat the Alumni in the Annual Homecoming Game.

Jernigan Hall girls came f1 war erie! , - ,.

Fi rst Place Fanning Hall girls had great i ntentions af rocketing the Alumni to the moon.

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Al UM N I

S T E�J

All

school

cheerleaders,

Tom

White,

J oyce

Stringfield,

Marshall Pryor, Donna Crawford, Pat J o h nson, and Linda Johnson, led the Redskins to victory.

Second place winners Chapman Hall boys thought the A l u m n i would make a tasty stew.

ir teepee to give their Alumni.

Bud

Robinson contributed to the activities several

Indians who were in the

mood for burnin3 the A l u m ni at the steak.

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C h :r i s t ... a s B a n q ii e t

Faculty and students alike enjoy the atmosphere created by the Christmas dinner and decorations.

Delicious turkey with its trimmings brought happy smiles and contented faces to the g uests.

George Kline served as emcee for the pro足 gram following the banquet.

Singer Joe Meade provides entertainment for the program.

Oletha

Ludwig adds a touch of Ch ristmas

spirit with her reading, "Christmas Time on the Frontier."

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H e a rt Pa l B a n q u. e t

Master af ceremonies Gary Harlpence g reets everyone at the annual Heart Pal Banquet.

A smile of satisfaction is displayed on Dick Schuman's face.

Eunice Reep listens intently Ia crooners, Danny Steele, Dean Neff, Marshall Pryor and Henry Cheatwood who provided music for the coro足 nation.

"I love you more than a froa loves to hop,''

was the cry of Jerry Lambert as he expressed his puppy love for Verla Oke.

Kathy Alexander and Ronnie Lundy annou nced their intentions of being permanent heart pals.

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F :r e s h iD a n B a n q .-. e t

Smiling

Anne

Bohlke

received

some

gentlemanly

assistance from Kent Kline.

Singing g uest

in

a

singers,

space The

atmosphere

Fables,

make

their debut at BNC.

Dr. A.

K.

Christian

was guest speaker

the annual Freshman Banquet.

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at

Stars, angel hair clouds, and rocket nut cups together with the planets provide an "Out of this World" feeling.


S o p h o iD o r e o .. t i n. g

Presid<>nt George Kline consults Don

Seaver, sponsor,

about the day's activities at Camp Classen.

Exciting games of volley ball provide an afternoon of fun for many.

Chef Don Metz prepares tasty dishes to be

"Corkey" McCreery and Marilyn Collins find planning

engulfed by hungry sophs.

a boat ride very amusing.

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John Norell acts as Master of Cere足 monies at the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. A duet by Vera Winter and Henry Cheatwood adds variety to the program .

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"Some Enchanted Evening" was enjoyed by the J u niors and Seniors at O'Mealey's Patrician Room.

Dr. Greathouse from Nashville, Ten足 nessee, adds a southern touch to "Some Enchanted Evening".

Ken Wright, organist, accompanies Roger Strong and Ann Taylor on the violins.

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John Norell presents Junior Class Sponsor, Glen Keys, with a farewell gift.

Pat Swigart gazes longingly at Chuck Harper's plate as she waits to sing on the program .

.or

Engagements were announced by

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Mary Kelly and Elmer Chandler

Mona Baldwin and Coy Presson

Virginia Potter and Roy Case

Genell Crawford and Talmadge Johnson

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The Wr e c k a g e

The dope addicted patient (Gene Galbraith) tells his wife (Owalah Honaker) that he is no longer a decent man but a "bit of life's wreckage."

Mrs. Burrows (Anne Bohlke) reassures Dr. Lanfear (George Kline) she will be glad to call him her son-in-law. In the foreground, ' the doctor s mother (Owalah Honaker) is thinking of her own unhappy marriage.

Mr. Burrows (Ray Cantwell) threatens his daughter (Eleanor Kroeze) by tell路 ing her he'll turn her out of his house if she chooses to marry Dr. Lanfear.

Dr. Cobb (Jimmy McGraw) tells the patient (Gen<> Galbraith) to steady himself and he'll soon be feel颅 ing better.

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Kate Burrows (Eleanor Kroeze) retorts coyly as Dr. Lanfear (George Kline) invites her to be a doctor's wife.

The "wreck" (Gene Galbraith) flinches as Dr. Lanfear (George Kline) tells him the seriousness of the needle inflicted wound o n his arm.

The butler (Don McWh in ney)

di rects

Dr.

Lanfear

(George Kli ne)

to

the whereabouts of his mother.

A twisting of her wrist by a drug路crazed patient (Gene Galbraith)

brings

piercing screams from

the

nurse (Dot Clark).

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As

life's

twilight

hours

draw

nearer,

Jennifer

Davis

(Sharron Neufeld) feels the sturdy hand of her faithful husband, Archie (loy Williams) in spirit and in memory.

Calmly listening to the strong persuasions of her son and daughter-in-law, Richard

and Vivian

(Ron

Lundy and

Eu nice Reep) Jennifer Davis remains unbended.

H o u s e B e a u t i i u. l Kindly Dr. Brink (Danny Walton) and Jennifer re足 affirm their contentions that Archie has been working too hard.

Jennifer and Archie Davis present their check to Elbert Baxter (Ed Rowley) for the property on which they will build their "House Beautiful".

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Anxiously standing by, Jennifer learns of the accident occuring when her young son, Richard (Mike Weed) ron in front of an automobile driven by Sam D reyer (Rob Gardner).

Martha Wiley (Juanita Stearmal)) and Elbert Baxter recall the exemplary life of Ar'chie Davis, now deceased.

The impractical housewarming gift presented to Jennifer by Sam Dreyer provokes frank remarks from Nina and Elbert Baxter (Nola Cinnamon and Ed Rowley).

Always there when needed, the devoted maid, Hulda (Delores Wellman) serves Jen another cup of tea.

Dreaming of her "Knight in shining armor" Jen sees Martha, Guy (Ray Ha nce), Vivian, Sam, Richard, and Dr. Brink as members of the royal court.

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Ly e e ii i-n s a :n d Recitals

R. T. WILLIAMS and KEN WRIGHT Student Council Lyceum

VERA RUTH WINTER Fine Arts Recital

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ROGER STRONG Fine Arts Recital


KATHERINE SNOWBARGER Fine Arts Recital

DELTA ROGERS ALLEN Fine Arts Recital

RICHARD MOUNTFORD Fine Arts Recital

PAT SWIGART Fine Arts Recital

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Ly e e o. II• s a .. d Recita ls

MYRA LUGINBYHL SCHUBERT Fine Arts Recital

MARLENE FORSHEE Speech Recital

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CAROLYN SWIGART Fine Arts Recital


T �irp

Week

Alberdean Pryor displays her Twirp Week manners for Bobby Norton.

Eleanor Coates treats Phil Lighthill to a snack on a Twirp date.

One week a year the Studel)t Council spon­ sors "Twirp Week," a· week in which the girls and boys trade places in our college society. Included in this week of anticipated events, the girls must assume the duties that a boy is ex­ pected to perform every other week of the year. The girl is expected to carry books, open doors, stand back to let the gentlemen enter the din­ ing hall first, seat the gentlemen, and walk on the outside of the sidewalk. The Student Coun­ cil provides entertainment of various kinds on campus for those girls without cars. The girls , make the dates, call for them, provide transpor­ tation, if needed, plan the evening's entertain­ ment and pay the bills. Beverly's Pancake Alley became the stomp­ ing ground for several girls and their dates who traded the night life for an early-to rise date for breakfast. Other forms of entertainment con­ sisted of bowling, plays, picnics, and dinner engagements. As the last ·s troke of the-chimes rang out at 1 1 : 30 Saturday night, the magic of the week became only a memory in the heart and pocket­ book of both lad and lassie. Even though this week offered many amusing hours, the weaker sex willingly returned the masculine obliga­ tions to the rightful owners.

Jo

Howard accepts her

responsibility of carrying

Don McWinney's books "Twirp Week style."

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Jeanette Cobb, Dot Clark, Patsy Teas, and Joyce Moore help Gypsy Nehrbass select records for an evening of relaxation.

Term papers, letters to

11

Mo

ideas make up a part of

Bev Oliver,

Barbara Tompkins, Grace Twining,

and

Delores

Bechtel burst into laughter when the photographer asked if they were studying.

Delores Wellman's friends carefully examine the contents of her hope chest.

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Many life-long friendships are formed during the college years. Probably the greatest oppor­ tunity to meet and make friends is in the informal, homey atmosphere of the dormitory. It would be interesting, if possible, to follow the dorm life of a girl from her freshman year to her last days as a senior to note the many ways she has learned to get along with girls from many different types of backgrounds, with varying temperaments, per­ sonalities, and interests; to know the ways in which she has grown tip from a. high school senior at home, to a college co-ed away from home and on her own. But even more interesting would be a tour of Bud Robinson Hall, Jernigan Hall, or Fan­ ning Hall on the night of a banquet to take in the flurry of net skirts and the scent of flowers, to lis­ ten in on the reports given after returning from the big event, or to happen in when a girl is "hav­ ing trouble" with a member of the opposite sex.


• r m i t o :r i e s

When study h .. urs arrive, Bud Robinson girls agree an "comfort first." I

iendly conversations, and wistful verage room in Fanning Hall.

Popcorn, cokes, and magazines are the

main

ingredients for

any partv held in Bud Robinson Hall.

Yes, all of these facets of dormitory life help the green college freshman to blossom into a mature college graduate. Even though college giris from frosh to seniors seem to have an air of certainty and self-confidence about them, there are times whea even a room­ inate is unable to help with soni·e problems. It is then that the dorm mother plays a vital role in helping to mold her "girls' " characters. She is always on hand with � motherly shoulder upon which to cry and unbiased but kind help, whether it be social or spiritual.

Martha Cruzen, LaRena Stanley, and Marilyn Page offer suggestions to Jane Henderson while she fits a d ress an Pat Parellt

The dorm is a center of the spiritual activity on the campus. Here the girls get together in planned weekly or spontaneous prayer meetings. This, along with the regular religious activities of the campus, gives tl�e spiritual food necessary to live consistent Christian lives. 167


The days spent

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the dorm are perhaps

the most pleasant ones in a young man's life. Here one learns the art of living close to many other young men with a minimum of friction and a maximum of fun . Bull sesRayman Boning, Fred Hodgboom, and Dave Jones prepare tomorrow's

sions and coke parties are happy means of

assignments l"hile Don McWh i n ney readies his shoes for another days wear and tear.

developing a broad, well-balanced outlook on life. Bethany Nazarene College with its motto of Character - Culture - Christ attracts many young men who have wholesome Christian attitudes. Wtih these men one

Dale Webster and Jerrold Lake listen intently to Scott Peter's run down of baseball records.

Long

hours of test craming seemed to have induced sleeping

sickness o n

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Forrest C u n ningham, Ray H a nce,

and

Kent Kline.


• t o :r i• e s

� ID I

may form friendships which will endure throughout life. Living in Chapman Hall are two young resident counselors who share a deep interest in the affairs of the men and are ever ready to offer a friendly word of advice or admon­

Ron Orr slumbers peacefully while the picture of his g uardian ang le, Vada Clifton, watches over him.

ition. Though graduation may bring separation, the men of Chapman Hall will carry with them throughout life fond memories of BNC and the time they spent there in the men's dormitory.

Late hours find coffee brewing in Chapman Hall.

Danny Steele proudly displays a picture of "his girl" to Clifton Watson and Wayne Moyer.

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Fountain girls, Judith Bink, Delores Bechtle, and Kay Jeffries, take a break during one of the few periods of the day when the counter is not lined with customers.

Th e Dra g A name well-known and a spot familiar to every mem­ ber of the student body of Bethany Nazarene College is the Drag, located in the Memorial Student Union Building. The Drag, as it is now known, is the short­ ened version of the original name, "Drag On In", which more aptly signifies the purpose of the ·vital part of the campus. After a difficult evening of cramming for exams, writing term papers, preparing routine assign­ ments, or other back-breaking tasks, such as shampooing one's hair, ironing a fresh blouse or sewing on a missing button, the Drag offers a haven for the weary ones who are able to drag themselves across campus for that last cup of coffee, or a final word to the best girl or favorite guy betore turning in fc,, the evening. Almost any hour of the day finds a group of students in the Drag, eating a sandwich to tide them over until the next regularly scheduled meal in the dining hall, discussing common problems over a cup of coffee or an iced Coke, reading letters from home, arranging for dates for next weekend, or getting in some last minute cramming before an exam. The "ping pong room" offers an outlet for the excess energy of those who are inclined to this less strenuous type of atl1letics. Check­ ers, chess and carom round out a full program of enter­ tainment for the least active of all Long after many other phases of life at BNC have been forgotten, the memories of happy hours in the Drag will live on. 1 70

Bonita Parmer pauses to p l a n h e r next play in an exciting and crowd-drawing game of carom.


Fa l l

Music furnished by Prof. Sawyer ond

Ester Saxon

provided atm..osphere at the All-School Banqul!t.

As pu nishment for not wearing their beanies during freshman initiation, Carolyn Swigart and Sandra Polson were victims of male hair stylists.

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Kathryn Pascali's crystal! ball holds many secrets for

"There's always room for one more," was the cry

the Halloween g uests.

at the Junior hay rack ride.


Kenny long ond Johnny Westmoreland mark windy

Old Nel and Maud take the sophomores on an old

stadium for the football season.

fashion hay ride.

loy Williams steps into the roll of emcee a t the Hal loween party while angels, Alma Smith and Bertha Gil, silently sit o n grave stones.

The band exemplifies those results of determination

Good citizens of Bud Robinson Hall cast their voTes

and perseverance as they give another g rand per足

for their "girls" for officers of the dorm.

formance under the direction of Prof. Pagan.

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W i rt t e r

The spirit of Eoster orrived early on campus this year in the form of a snow Easter bunny.

Winter was ushered in formally at the annual Christmas Banquet.

Steve Brown adds the finishing touches to Mr. Snowman.

Joyce Schwartz and Wesley Burpo pause be路 neath the heari before they leave the Heart Pal Banquet.

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Alma Smith, Chairman af the C hristmas Banquet decora­ tions, directs her helpers as they pick branches of pine for the tables.

Paul Whittaker and Jack Packwood find rol ling snow balls is not such an easy task.

Jim

Paul ·Stewart poses with

Glenn

B urnett who

is proudly displaying one of his heart pal gifts.

Denny The efforts of these snow lovers are combined in building a snow fortress.

Owens

hides

nally waiting with

behind

hard

working

Terry

Con­

his snowball until the photog rapher gets a little closer.

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Sprin g

Italians, George Kline and Faith McClung, enjoyed the Sophomore Spaghetti

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Supper at Camp Don Shelley.

Queen Jo Lindsley presents the trophey for the most valuable player to J unior John Norell.

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Ping pong players, Buddy Prentice and Glenn Burnett

Ed Rowley points out site for "House Beautiful" to

shake hands after a fast game of ping pong.

Ray Hance, Sharon Neufeldt, and Loy Williams.


Nimble fingers of the Freshman girls form

rocket

nut cups for the Freshman Banquet.

The new season finds the yard crew beautifying the campus.

Queen Jo Lindsley watcl,es the exciting ECHO finals over a box of popcorn.

Campus employees, Bob Henderson and Norman Lint, begin work on the Senior gift.

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Athl etics at B. N . C.

DON WILSON Head of the Athletic Department

KENNY LONG All-School Athletic Director 1 80

Bethany Nazarene College has tried to set up an athletic program to provide each person an oppor足 tunity to promote .physical' exercise and draw each person to a common interest As the fall season came to its full life, shouts were heard and white sweat shirts were seen hustling across Windy Stadium as the football season got well under way. Winter came in its usual fashion with chilling winds and cold temperatures forcing sportsfans to retire to the indoors. With all its enthusiasm and grandeur, "round ball" became the main attraction for several months, and was highlighted by the Homecoming game and Echo Tournament Upon completion of the basketball season, volley足 ball stepped in with participation steming from the student's individual groups and organizations. Com足 petition was close as each team tried to defeat the all famous faculty team. As the trees began to blossom and the sweet smell of perfumed flowers filled the spring air, shouts of "Play Ball" enticed all softball fans. This completed the last main sport of the year. All athletic events were whole heartedlv welcomed as each season brought greater enjoyment to both participants and spectators, adding much to their lives as students of Bethany Nazarene College.

JOHNNY WESTMORELAND All School Athletic Director


A thletic Directors

JIM PAUL STEWART Senior

RONALD SNOWBARGER Junior

MELVIN McCULLOUGH Freshman

CURTIS AMMONS Sophomore

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All eyes are an Eddie Mayhew as he makes a desperation attempt to p u l l in a forward pass during the Fresh's 2 1 - 1 8 spanking of the J uniors.

Football Blessed with perfect weather for football, the intra-mural touch football program enjoyed a banner season at BNC this year. Spectators as well as players had plenty of oppor足 tunity to view some of the best football games seen on campus for the past several seasons, with two games scheduled per week and every class playing once each week. With three years of experience behind them, the Seniors fielded a powerful team both offensively and defensively. Their defensive ability was exhibited by the fact that only five touchdowns were scored against them during the season . Demonstrating a balanced attack a s well a s good defensive work, they rolled to a 52-1 8 victory over the Juniors for the season's high point total for a single game. Their narrowest margin of victory was their 34-6 trouncing of the Sophomores. Much as the pre-season predictions indicated, the race was one-sided as far as the Seniors w.ere concerned. They finished first with a 6-0 record. The Frosh were surprisingly strong, finishing in a tie for second place with the Juniors, both teams possessing 3-3 records. The Sophomores were un足 able to register a single victory. 1 82

ALL-STAR TEAM Kneeling: Wood, Westmorelahd, Fitzgerald, Webster. Standing: Bach, Neff, Southworth, Phik.


SENIORS 39-SOPHOMORES

0

SENIORS 46-FRESHMEN

6

SENIORS 45-J U N IORS

0

SENIORS 34-SOPHOMORES

6

SENIORS 48-FRESHMEN SENIORS 52-J U N IORS

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SENIORS Kneeling: Philo, Hartpence, Golden, Westmoreland, Long. Standing: Burns, Stewart, Neff, Fitzgerald, Burpo, Hoover.

J U N IORS

7-SOPHOMORES

0

JU NIORS 25-FRESHMEN

14

J U N IORS

45

0-SENIORS

J U N IORS 28-SOPHOMORES

6

J U N IORS 18-FRESHMEN

21

J U N IORS 1 8-SENIORS

52

J U N IORS Kneeling: Watters, Southworth, Scott, Beckett, Wood. Standing: Snowberger, Bach, Orr, Strange, Packwood.

SOPHOMORES

0-SENIORS

39

SOPHOMORES 1 4-FRESHMEN 27 SOPHOMORES

0-JUNIORS

7

SOPHOMORES

6.-JUNIORS

28

SOPHOMORES 1 2-FRESHMEN 27 SOPHOMORES

6-SENIORS

34

FRESHMEN Kneeling: Hamilton, McCullough, Henderson, Harrison, Pitts. Standing: Uphaus, Davis, Morgan, Durham, Moore.

SOPHOMORES Kneeling: Ammons, Richey, Owens, Childress, Kline. Standing: Fqrrow, Kelly, Ross, Yoesel.

FRESHMEN 27-SOPHOMORES 1 4 FRESHMEN 1 4-JUNIORS

25

FRESHMEN

46

6-SENIORS

FRESHMEN 27-SOPHOMORES 1 2 0-SENIORS

48

FRESHMEN 2 1 -J U N IORS

18

FRESHMEN

183


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Hard charging George Kline traps Senior Don Fitzgerald behind the line of scrimmage for a five yard loss.

While Senior Glenn Golden hurriedly looks for a pass receiver, Junior Bob Scott moves in for the kill.

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The Redskins' Southworth (34) sets a screen for Horton while First Baptist's Austin (40) and Daniels (50) try to slop Horton's drive in BNC's 76-34 romp over Oklahoma City First Baptist.

Ba8ketball Something new was added this year to the athletic program at BNC, with the organization of a varsity basketball team. Playing an abbreviated schedule and picking opponents from the various church groups in Oklahoma City and the surounding area, the team was adjudged by all to be an outstanding success. When the fact that this is BNC's first varsity basketball team is taken into consideration, it must be readily admitted that the team was unusually strong. With Coach Don Wilson picking his players from all four classes, the entire school was rep.resented by the team. In the season's opener, the Redskins faced a deter­ mined five from Trinity Baptist Church of Oklahoma City. The lead changed hands several times throughout the game, with the Redskins holding a three point margin with 90 seconds left in the game. Proving that it is never too late to win, the alert Baptists made two clean steals of the ball, hit driving lay-up shots, and won the game 47-46. Freshman John Phipps led the Redskins with 1 2 points. Taking their first defeat in stride, the Redskins went on to a successful season with a final record of six wins and three losses. The other losses were administered at the hands of First Church of the Nazarene, Bethany,

the scores being 60-58, and 56-42. Sophomore Duane Yeasel led the Redskins' attack in the first of these con­ tests, contributing 19 points, while Senior Johnny West­ moreland was high man in the second with a 1 9 point outburst. In a third game with Bethany First, the Red­ skins were victorious by a 1 6 point margin, 63-47, with Yoesel again being the high scorer with 1 7 points. In other games, the Redskins trounced Penn Avenue Church of the Nazarene, 67-44, with Yoesel scoring 1 6 and Freshman Gary Boese adding 1 3 more; Boese led the Redskins to a 77-34 thumping of Oklahoma City First Baptist with 17 points; Oklahoma City's First Church of the Nazarene was defeated, 5 5-2 5, with Junior Ronnie Snowbarger scoring 1 8 points, closely followed by Yoesel with 1 7; and, in a post-season ex­ hibition, the Redskins defeated a team composed of the Intra-Mural All-Stars by a score of 5 5-4 1 . Ronnie Snowbarger led the Redskins with 16 points, while "little brother" Wendell Snowbarger paced the All­ Stars with a total of 1 5. In the traditional homecoming game, the Redskins defeated a strong Alumni team by the score of 52-47. Gary Boese led the Redskins with a 2 1 point blast, and Ernie Farmer was high man for the Alumni with 14. 185


Homecoming at BNC is as traditional as the Easter bunny, Santa Claus, or firecrackers on the Fourth of July. One of the most ex­ citing events of the entire school year, it brings from far and near the graduates of years past. The activity of this day is high­ lighted by the annual Redskin-Alumni bas­ ketball game, which pits the college team against a team composed of the best basket­ ball players from the teams of the past. This year was no exception and, on the evening of November 22, 1957 the BNC gymnasium was packed with a capacity crowd for the seventh renewing of this traditional battle. Every pre-game prophecy gave the game to the Redskins by a wide margin, since they had the advantage of three weeks of concen­ trated practice prior to the game. The Alumni, because of restrictions imposed up­ on them by their work and travel distance, were unable to get together for a single prac­ tice until the night before the game. What they lacked in practice, however, they made up for in experience and determination, and game time found them with their minds set on one goal-a solid trouncing of the Red­ skins. With both teams playing cautiously from the first, the game moved relatively slow, but

R E DSKINS Kneeling: Snowberger, Phipps, Westmoreland, Burpo, D . Yoesel. Sta nding: Southworth, Moyer, Shocklee, Boese, Horton, Meade.

H o i-n e c o iD i n g RE DSKINS 52

A LU M N I 4 7

ALUMNI Kneeling: Motsinger, Leffel, l mel, Kcutner, Gardner. Standing: Harris, Kennedy, Oliver, J. Yoesel, Farmer.

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to the amazement of the Rcdskins, fans and mem­ bers of the Alumni, the Alumni team_ pulled stead­ ily ahead. At the end of the first half, the "old men" were in possession of a seven point lead, 34-27. Sharp shooting on the part of Alumni guard Ernie F<Jrmer was largely responsible for the scor­ in spurt. Redskin forward G<�ry Boese had netted twelve points also, to keep the Alumni from turn· ing the half into a total romp. The beginning of the second half saw the Red­ skins revamp their defensive set-up, and as the half progressed it was evident that they had not given up the game as a lost cause. Boese continued his scoring rampage with a nine point outburst in the second half, giving him a total of twenty-one for the evening, and the game's high score honors. Substitute Wayne Moyer came off the Redskin bench in the third quarter and stuffed through eight points to help close the gap on the tiring Alumni. The Redskins defense tightened up and held Farmer to a total of two points during the second half and the entire Alumni team could garner but thirteen points in the half, while the Redskins picked up a team total of twenty-five for a five point margin victory, the final score being 52-47.


Redskin John Shocklee goes high to tip in a wayward rebound while Duane Yoesel (25) . and Gary Boese (33) look on.

Alumnus Dick Leffel drops i n two points for the Alumni while Redskins Johnny Westmoreland

(22),

Dwight Southworth (34) and Joh n Phipps try to decide who should try to stop him.

As Alumnus Bill Harris drives under the upstretched arms of Redskin Dwight Southworth, Wayne Moyer (24) moves over to help break up the play, while Alumnus Art Kastner (2) and Redskin Gary Boese (33) stand by.

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Alumnus Bill Harris looks for a shot while Redskin Dwight Southworth gets set to stop the play.

Howard Oliver, Alumni center, goes high above Wayne Moyer for two valuable points.

Redskin Gory Boese goes for a loose ball while Alumni Harris and Jim Gordner apparently try to keep out of his way.

A look of anguish on the face of Redskin John Phipps shows his determination to sink two points despite the efforts of Alumnus Bill Harris.

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J u nior center, John Norell, makes o futile attempt to stop a scoring effort of Sophomore Bob Richords in the Sophs' 42-40 victory over the season's champion J uniors.

M e n ' s In t r a - Mu r a l B a s k e t b a l l With the formation of the varsity backetball team this year the intra-mural backetball program was greatly strengthened in that the most talented players were absorbed by the varsity, leaving the intra-mural teams much more evenly matched. From the end of football season until the first night of basketball competition, it was difficult to find anyone who would venture out on the limb by predicting the order in which the teams would finish. The season opener pitted the Seniors against the Juniors. The Juniors, perhaps hit hardest by the varsity draft, were surprised by a hustling Senior five and were edged by a score of 3 5-33. Wesley Burpo led the Seniors with 1 3 points, while Bob Wood contributed 1 2 for the best Junior effort In the first meeting between the Sophomores and Freshmen, Ed Nicholson and Melvin McCullough led the Frosh to 52-33 victory with 1 6 and 14 points, re足 spectively. The second weekend saw the Juniors battle the Sophomores and squeaked to a 42-40 win. The Seniors were defeated by an alert Freshman team by a score of 38-31, with Wendell Snowbarger scoring 1 4 points for the game's scoring honors.

To complete the first half of the season, the Seniors "came, saw, and conquered" the scrappy Sophs by the score of 47-38. The Juniors met the Freshmen and won their first game of the season by a 52-30 tally. Tom Bach took the game's scoring honors with 19 points for the Juniors. The standings at the midway point found the Seniors and Frosh tied for first place and the Sophs and Juniors tied for third. Starting the second round, the Juniors trounced the Seniors, 47-34, and the Sophomores surprised the Fresh足 men, 42-39, throwing the season's standing into a four足 way tie for first place. The Juniors continued their winning ways by sneak足 ing by the Sophs, 4 5-43. Bach and Prentice paced their teams with 1 6 points each. The Seniors absorbed their third defeat of the season at the hands of the Frosh, 47-41 . Burpo contributed 20 points to the Senior attack. In the last weekend of action, the Sophs bounced the Seniors into the cellar, 3 5-29. The Juniors emplanted themselves in first place by defeating the Frosh, 36-33. A thrilling season was concluded, but the Echo Tourney was just ahead, and no one would venture a guess as to its outcome. 1 89


SENIORS 35-J U N I ORS

33

SENIORS 3 1 -FRESHMEN

38

SENIORS 47-SOPHOMORES 38 SENIORS 34-J U N IORS

47

SENIORS 4 1 -FRESHMEN

47

SENIORS 29-SOPHOMORES 35

J U N IORS Kneeling: Henry, Back, Webster, Ch risty. Sta nding: Snowberger, Watters, Norell, Orr, Wood. SENIORS Kneeling: Burpo, Fitzgerald, Long, Hartpence. Standing: Philo, Neff, Stewart, H udgins.

J U N IORS 33-SENIORS

35

J U N IORS 52-FRESHMEN

30

J U N IORS 47-SENIORS

34

J U N IORS 43-SOPHOMORES 45 J U N IORS 36-FRESHMEN

33

J U NIORS 40-SOPHOMORES 42

SOPHOMORES 33-FRESHMEN 52 SOPHOMORES 38-SENIORS

47

SOPHOMORES 42-FRESHMEN 39 SOPHOMORES 45-J U N IORS

43

SOPHOMORES 35-SENIORS

29

SOPHOMORES 42-J U N IORS

40

FRESHMEN Kneeling: Nicholson, Moore, McCullough, Snowberger. Standing: Kramer, Jones, Sheffield, Walton, Hamilton.

SOPHOMORES Kneeling: Huffaker, Owens, Ammons, Kline, Shore. Standing: Kelly, Shocklee, Kelman, Isaac, Hend ricks, Steele, Prentice. FRESHMEN 52-SOPHOMORES 33 FRESHMEN 38-SENIORS

31

FRESHMEN 30-J U N IORS

52

FRESHMEN 39-SOPHOMORES 42

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FRESHMEN 47-SENIORS

41

FRESHMEN 36-J U N IORS

36


Junior John Norell makes a futile attempt to gain possession of the ball from Seniors Dave Philo (99) and Jim Paul Stewart,

Senior Guard Wes Burpo drives for the base line around J u niors Tom Bach (44) and Bob Wood.

With J u niors Tom Bach (44) and Bob Wood looking on, Senior Wes Burpo goes high to hit a valuable field goal.

Wes Henry, Junior, exhibits his ballet ability to Sophomores Glen Shore (22) and Bob Richards.

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The climax of every intra-mural basketball season at BNC is the annual Reveille Echo basketball tourna­ ment. The outcome of this tourney is always in doubt until the final whistle is blown. This season was no exception, with the four teams more evenly matched, perhaps, than in any one year previously. This is borne out by the fact that with two-thirds of the regular season plays completed all four teams were tied for first place. Not even the most reckless pre-tournament prophets would pick a favorite. The first round action pitted the Seniors against the Freshmen, with the . Seniors in the now-or-never role. Tension was high, with the trading goal for goal all the way to the finish. The end of the first half found the Seniors in possession of a slim I 2-IO margin . Both teams started slowly with the Frosh hitting four shots from the field during the half, while the Seniors connected only twice. With three minutes of playing time remaining in the game, the Freshmen, trailing by three points, went into a pressing man-to-man defense and stole the ball twice in succession, drove all the way for easy lay-ups and won the game 32-31 . Wendell Snowbarger was top scorer for the Frosh with lO points, followed by Ed Nicholson and Melvin McCullough with seven and six points respectively. Dave Philo led the Seniors with nine points, while Eldridge Hudgins and Wesley Burpo contribed six each.

F rosh Melvin McCullough's jump shot is deflected nicely by a flying Junior, Tom Bach.

E c h o T o u r n a iii e n t

Sophomore Duane Kelly is guilty of a foul as he attempts to steal the ball from Frosh Mel McCullough in the tournament finals.

The second game in the first round brought a meet­ ing of the Juniors and Sophomores. Although big John Norell netted a total of 22 points for the Juniors, the Sophomores were able to keep his teammates in fair control ·and went on to win, 39-38, with Buddy Prentice hitting I 5 points to lead the Sophs. •

The second round placed the Juniors and Seniors in the consolation game, with the Juniors victorious by a 40-3I count. Senior Dave Philo and Junior Tom Bach led the scoring with l 3 points each. In the cham­ pionship game, Sophomore Duane Kelly and Freshman Wendell Snowbarger shared scoring honors with I I points each . .In one of the most exciting games of the entire year, the Sophs claimed the title and the trophy with a 44-42 score. The Most Valuable Player, elected by the members of all four teams; was Junior John Norell. His 22 points was high for a single game, his I 2 points per game was the high average for the tournament, and his stellar defensive work was an outstanding factor in his team's succes�. With only two teams competing, the women's Echo Tournament champion was decided in a single game, with the Upperclass-women squeezing out a one point victory margin, I 8- I 7. Pat Johnson and Ellen Payne led all scorers with I I point's each. I 92


Senior Gory Ho rtpence starts his favorite shot, a one-hand jump shot from the free throw line_

Senior Wes Burpo and Junior Bob Wood crouch for the jump to decide possession of a tie baiL

Freshmen Dave Jones goes high above Senior Eldridge Hudgins to control the tip on a jump baiL

With Freshmen Ed Nicholson, Dave Jones (44) and Robert Kramer (22) looking on, Senior Don Fitzgerald goes into the air on an attempted lay-up_ Seniors Eldridge Hudgins (55) and Gary Hart­ pnce (22) move in to help-

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Class Cheerleaders

SENIORS Ellen Fitzgerald, LaDonna Sparks, Bobbie Meador.

J U N IORS Linda Sue Johnson, Jane Johnston, Dot Clark, Ester Bergen.

SOPHOMORES Donna Granger, Jeanie Close, Jo Dupree.

FRESHMEN Ray Lunn Hance, Tom White, Donna Crawford, Gilberetta Everitt, Sue

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Lewis, Genene Lunn.


Athletic Directors

BERTHA G ILL Senior

JO LINDSLEY Junior

BETTY LACKEY Freshman

CLARIECE SMITH Sophomore

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Sophomore-J unior guards Laura McNames and Jo Lindsley scrap for a rebound in the women's Echo Tournament game while Freshmen forwards Ellen and Loretta Payne look on.

Wo iD e n � s B a s k e t b a l l Very often the term "athletics" is associated only with the male sex. At BNC, an attempt is made to include everyone in every activity possible, including the athletic program. To carry out this aim, a women's intra-mural basketball program was instituted. Hampered some­ what by a lack of participation of the upperclasswomen, the program was received with no less enthusiasm this year than in years past by players and spectators alike. The meager participation of the Juniors and Seniors necessitated the combination of those classes with the Sophomores in a team referred to as the Upperclass­ women. The Freshmen women, as usual, were able to field a strong aggregation from their own class. The first game of the season resulted in a victory for the experienced Upperclasswomen. Jo Whitman and Pat Johnson led their team's scoring with 17 and 1 2 points respectively. Freshman Ellen Payne dropped in 14 points for the losers. In the second meeting of the two teams, Ellen Payne again paced her team's scoring with 1 1 points and a 27-2 1 victory for the Frosh, despite a 1 2 point outburst by the losers' Pat Johnson. The Frosh continued to improve as the season prog­ ressed and the third game gave them another victory,

34-22. Upperclassman Jo Whitman was the games high scorer with 1 6 points, while Ellen Payne led her team with 1 3. In the fourth game, both teams were without their leading point-makers and the spectators watched a slow-moving, but exciting 1 5-14 battle with the Frosh increasing their .won-lost record to 3-1 for the season. Jo Whitman turned in the season's high individual scoring effort in the fifth game with 22 points for the Upperclasswomen as they trounced the Frosh 50-32. Laura McNames made her, first appearance of the season, and bolstered the Upperclass attack with 1 5 points, followed by Pat Johnson with 1 3. Ellen Payne had 16 points for the losers, followed by Loretta Payne with 1 0 points. The season finale was won by the Frosh by a score of 30-20. Jo Whitman paced the losers with 1 8 points for the game's scoring honors. Ellen and Loretta Payne provided the scoring punch for the Freshmen with 1 2 and 1 1 points, respectively. . Each team was well represented in the top four scorers for the season. Jo Whitman led all scorers with a 1 5.6 average, followed by Ellen Payne with 1 3.2, Pat Johnson with 1 2.3, and Loretta Payne with 8.3. 1 97


SOPHOMORE-J U N IOR Kneeling: L. Johnson, Parette, Whitman, Rogers, Smith. Standing: P. Johnson, Moore, Lindsley, Twining, McNames, Robichaux.

Scores SOPHOMORE-J U N IOR 34

FRESHMEN 27

SOPHOMORE-JU N IOR 2 1

FRESHMEN 2 1

SOPHOMORE-JU NIOR 2 2

FRESHMEN 34

SOPHOMORE-J U N I OR 1 4

FRESHMEN 1 5

SOPHOMORE-J UNIOR 50

FRESHMEN 32

SOPHOMORE-J U N IOR 20

FRESHMEN 30

FRESHMEN Kneeling: Haynes, Lackey, Loving, L.

Payne.

Standing: Curley, Baldwin, Askew, Tipton, Wise, E. Payne.

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"It's

mine," says Linda Johnson to Freshmen Mild red Tipton, Carolyn Haynes and Bonnie Lovi ng.

Pat Johnson goes in for an easy lay-up around the aut足 stretched arm af Edythe Wise, Freshman defender_

Freshman guard Carolyn Haynes uses football tactics to slow up the prog ress of Pot Johnson.

Corolyn Hoynes breoks through to steal the ball from Gayle Robichaux as teammate Lou Askew looks on.

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Adver tising

Index

CHURCH ADVERTISERS Abilene District Abilene First

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Aushn Grace

213

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Bartlesville First Bellaire, Texas Bethany College Church

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Carthage, Mo. Dallas Central Dallas District

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225

Houston First Hutchinson, Peniel

231

Independence, Kansas

225 238 222

Joplin District

240

Kansas City First

209 212

Kansas City Quindaro

Dallas First --- ------- -------------- 2 1 7 Denison, Texas First 241 ________________

Duncan Oak Avenue Durant First

220 232

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Emporia First Enid First

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Ft. Worth River Oaks Greenville, Texas Guymon, Okla.

2 26

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_ _ _ _ __ __ __ __________ _

Henryetta, Okla., First Hooker, Okla.

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_________ _____________

Hot Springs, Ark., First Houston District

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

232 227 2 37 230

227 2 36 2 39 206

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Kansas City Argenhne Kansas City District

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___

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Kansas District

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Kingston, Missouri

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Lincoln, Nebraska, First Little Rock First Lufkin, Texas

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Nazarene Theological Seminary Nebraska District

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New Orleans, Louisiana Churches Norman First North Arkansas District Northwest Oklahoma District

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Oklahoma City Crown Heights Oklahoma City First

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2 38 237 228 214

Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Ave. Oklahoma City Shields Oklahoma City Trinity Oklahoma City Westgate Overland Park, Kansas

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Pampa, Texas Petersburg, Texas

211

Ponca City First

203 241 215 226 23 5 242 208

241 229 233 204

233 242 2 34 2 36 2 39

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216

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Muskogee First

229 224

239 241

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San Antonio District San Antonio Hatfield

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Sapulpa Church of the Nazarene Southeast Oklahoma District Southwest Oklahoma District Student Religious Organization

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Texarkana First Topeka First

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240

Wichita, Kansas, First Wichita Falls First

218

Williams Memorial, Beth:my

252

Nazarene Publishing House

2 57

Oklahoma Natural Gas

266

Peyton Garage

245 256

Powell Rexall Drug

221 240 207 2 30 228 219 231 2 34

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Topeka Oakland Tulsa Central

2 38

242 224

210 2 39

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240

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISERS Alumni Association Anthony Department Stores, C . R. Art's Barber Shop Ayers Pontiac Co.

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Bates Shoes 263 Bethany Flower Shop 267 Bethany Laundry 264 Bethany Medical Center 2 59 Bethany Nazarene College ------------249 Brown-McClure Lumber C o . 257 ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Drag, The

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Eagan Plumbing Felts Shoe Store

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First Nat'l. Bank, Bethany First Nat'l. Bank, Yukon

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City Cafe College Cleaners Colonial Bread Community Loan Company Curtis Studios

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Deavill's Laundromat Don's Medical Center Don's Pharmacy

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Griese] Motor Co.

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Hal Owen Photographers Hansen-Atlee Dairy Herman's Eat Shoppe

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Hogue-Stone Floor Covering Humpty-Dumpty Stores

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Shadid Dental Clinic E . Boyd Shannon Southwestern Stat. & Bank Supply

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Stewart's Paint Store Student Council

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Up-to-Date Cleaners Wehrenberg Drug \Vestern Auto Western \ l 1otel B . G. Wilkes Co.

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J & M Cleaners Kraker's

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Martin & Vaughan Insurance

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Yukon Mill and Grain Yukon National Bank

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Gilbert Clinic Graham's Appliance

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KAN SAS

D I STR I CT TH E WH E AT STATE

' ' Breaking

the

Bread

o f

Life

1 n

the

Heart

of

t h e

N a t io n ' '

RAY HANCE

E . R . HO USTON, J R .

C. E. ROWlAND

MRS. RAY HANCE

Dist. Supt.

N .Y.P.S. Pres.

Ch. School Board Chmn.

N . F .M.S. Pres.

203


NORTHWEST OK ��7l1e Whole r:District .

J. T. GASSETT Superintendent

DISTRICT O F F I C E RS

DR. F RE D FLOYD Secretory

DR.

D. R. DANSK I N Treasurer

DR. E . S. P H I L L I PS Advisory Boord Secretary

With Students .

H. L. CRADDOCK Advisory Board

204

K. DONOHO Panhandle

A . D . GRIM Western

FRANK McCO N N E L L Southeast

LEON J E N N I NGS Advisory Board

DARREL L. SLACK Church School Chairman

C H U RC H SCHOOL ZONE C H A I RMEN

E.

W. J . BRYAN Advisory Board

K. R. North

MEADE Central

CARL POWERS Northeast

MRS. V I DA ROBI NSON South Centra I


lHO MA D ISTRI CT Boosting Bethany MRS. F. J . KEMENDO N.F.M.S. President

MRS.

F RANK I E CHOPLIN Western

MRS.

N . F.M.S. ZONE C HA I RMEN

LEON J E N N I NG S Panhandle

MRS. E R N EST ORTON North Central

MRS. LEON P E L L E Y Northeast

MRS. M. L. R I DD L E Southeast

MRS. PAUL TEMPLE South Central

10rayers and Finances. " BOB R. FETTERS N.Y.P.S. President

EARL COTTON Panhandle

N .Y.P.S. ZONE C H A I RMEN

JOHN F E RGUSON North Central

ROBERT G R E E N Southeast

M. M . MORGAN South Central

C . W. SC H A R D E I N Northeast

LARRY WADE Western

205


HOUSTON DISTRICT (9 o n g r a t u l a t i o n s DURING THE THE

GOLDEN

H O USTON

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A N N IVERSARY YEAR - AS WELL AS

D I STRICT

I

958"

EVERY YEAR -

IS ACTIVELY S U PPORT I N G BETHANY NAZARE N E COLLEGE

Advisory Board L. P. Durham Odell A. Brown T. T. Boyd

Granville S. Rogers Church School Board Chairman

R. G. Crouch

A. L. Payne N.Y.P.S. President Mrs. W. Raymond McClung N.F.M.S. President Marlow Salter District Treasurer

W. RAYMOND McCLUNG District Superintendent

Dwight J. Bolton District Secretary Van Turman Junior Society Director

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(iideJ)Jl_n!Jlversqy 1 908 - 1958

Houston District A n n iversary S logan: "LET US APPREC IATE O U R H E RI TAGE, APPRAISE OUR RESO U RC E S, ADVANCE TO THE TASK"

206


CHURCH of the NAZARENE SAPULPA, OKLA H O MA

PARK and LINCOLN

E. H. SANDERS�� PASTOR

B O O STING B. N. C. WITH OUR PRAYERS-Y OUTH-FINANCE S

BOB DONALDSON, Su nday Schoo l Su perintendent AL. GIESE, N .Y.P.S. President TH E LMA ROBE RTSO N, N . F.M.S. President DICK YOC H AM, C h a i rm a n , Board of Trustees

207


Here's a blank check- signed by our district Treasurer-fill it out for any amount-against our unlimited reserve of good will and best

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SANCTUARY

FIR ST CHURCH of th e NAZARE NE W I C H ITA, KAN SAS

G . A . GOUGH, Minister

210

W.

I. GOUGH,

Visiting Minister


QuinJaro Ckurch of tke cAfazarene

-路

Arch itectu r a l Drawing o f New C h u rch - Location, 2800 North 34th P resent Location: 2843 North 1 3 , Ka nsas City, Kansa s

LINDA JOHNSON

RICHARD MOUNTFORD

JERALD R. LOCKE Pastor

MARGE MOUNTFORD

PAT JOHNSON DORIS FILER "A Friendly C h urch With A Spiritual U p l ift"

211


DALLAS

DISTRICT

Our Students a t B.N.C.

Supporting the whole program of the whole Church in 1 9 5 8the Golden Anniversary Year

Dr. Paul H. Garrett District Superintendent Mrs. Paul H . Garrett

Rev. Milton B. Parrish

Rev. Fletcher C. Spruce

N.F.M.S. President

N.Y.P.S. President

District Church School Chairman

212


THE "NEW" KANSAS CITY DISTRICT D R . J A R R ETTE AYC O C K .

D I ST R I CT S U P E R I N T E N D E N T

D I ST R I CT A D V I SO R Y B OA R D DR. A. DR.

214

M I LT O N S M I T H

JOHN

STOCKTON

R EV . MR.

D R EX E L F E R G U S O N M.

FRANK TURNER


C9ongratulations To The @lass of IQ58 and

Bethany na::i:arene C9ollege

ABILENE DISTRICT

CHURCH of the NAZARENE ORVI LLE \V. JENKINS, Superintendent

WM. DOROUGH

AMOS R. MEADOR

l'dRS. OR V I LLE JENKINS

District N . Y . P . S . President

District Church School

District N . F . l\1 . S . President

Board Chairman

D I ST R I CT CAMP M E ET I N G CAMP A R R OWH EAD

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Workers: REV. N I C HO LAS H U LL REV. MAYNARD JAMES PROF. RONALD J. LUSH

213


S u p p o r t i n g C9 h r i s t i a n e d u c a t i o n

.1

M A R Y l A N D

A V E N U E

A N D

BATTERY

S T R EE T S

l I T T l E

R 0 c K,

A R K A N s A s


1trst Qhurch of the Jlazar�ne

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M eyer B lvd. a t Rockh ill Road

KAN SAS C I TY, MO.

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C-H U R C-H

NAZA �-k N� Robert G. Nei lson, Pastor

Tenth and Beckley Dallas

David P. Benson, Music, Ed ucation

217


U

T H E S I N G I N G C H U RC H "

1J1trst .Q!qurrq

nf

tqr

Nu�arrur

901 N. W. 6th Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

"Supporting the Program of Bethany Nazarene College"

218

R . T . WILLIAMS Pastor


STUDENT RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

DAVID PHILO Coordinator

BOB WOMACK Gospel Team

PAUL MARSHALL Prayer and Fasting

DR. DON METZ Sponsor

RICHARD YOUNG Mission Band

219


OAK AVENUE CH URCH of the NAZARENE 1 70 1 Oak Ave n ue D uncan, Oklahoma

"The Heart of Christian Education is First the Education of the Heart"

W. M . LYNCH Pastor

Congratulations to •

The Administration •

The Faculty •

220

The Class of 1 958

D. WAYNE SLEDGE S .S. Supt JOHN AYERS Our Student


The San Antonio \District

W. H. DAVIS, Pastor

OUR STUDENTS John Chamberlain

Mary Jo Howard

Bob Schafer

Phil Cromeans

Paul Johnson

Henry Sickels

Carolyn Daugherty

John Kennedy

Alma Smith

Jerry Davis

Ruth Lewis

Carl Summer

Ramona Davis

Glenda Meek

JoAnn Williams

Phyllis Gearhart

Martha Moore

Kay Young

Wendell Harrison

Linda Pryor

Richard Young

Eugene Hood

DEPARTMENT HEADS

ADVISORY BOARD

Howard Borgeson, N.Y.P.S. President

Ardell Setliff

Larry Humnch, Chr. Church School Board

E. E. Galbraith

Mrs. Pearl Keeton, N.F.M.S. President

Rev. Howard Borgeson Rev. T. A. Burton

To Dr. Roy Cantrell and School Staff We Pledge Our Best!

22 1


B ET H AN Y C H U R C H E T H A N y

B E T H A N Y N A Z A R E N E C O L L E GE A LU M NU S I N A CT I O N

'

0 K L A H 0 M A

(* Not an Alumnus of B.N.C.)

222

C H URCH

STAFF

FRONT ROW-Betty Jean Phillips, Office Assistant; Mrs. Ruth Taylor, Organ ist; N.F.M.S. Pres.; Mrs.

Ruth

Human, Church Office Secretary; *Mrs. Raymond

*Mrs.

E.

S.

Phillips,

Browning, Church Visitor.

SECOND ROW-Mr. Thurman Coburn, N.Y.P.S. Pres.; Lester Dunn, Minister of Music; Robert H. Green, Minister of Education; Dr. E. S. Phillips, Pastor; Gene L. Gore, Minister of Youth; Sunday School Supt.

Harry L. Craddock,


of th e

N AZA R EN E

V I S I O N O F THE FUTURE

Architects Model of Church Building Program

A

PROGRAM

WORSHIP SERVICES EVANGELISTIC SERVICES PRAYER SERVICES SUNDAY SCHOOL N.Y.P.S. N.F.M.S.

TO

M EET

ALL

NEEDS

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL CARAVAN YOUTH RECREAT ION SUMMER CAMP YOUTH INSTITUTE HOME DEPT.

223


CENTRAL CH URCH o f the NAZA R E N E 570 North Denver, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Senior Class of

1 958

ERNEST ARMSTRONG Pastor

OVER TWENTY FORMER B.N.C. STUDENTS ATTEND TULSA CENTRAL CHURCH

P E N I E L C H U RC H of

the

REV. C. G. WHITE Pastor

NAZARENE H U T C H I N S O N , KAN SAS 0 u R s T u D E PAT GOODEN

N T s FERN WILLISON

Gong ratulations 7o 7he Glass of 1958 224


F I R S T C H U R C H of the N A ZA R E N E ABILENE, TEXAS

" A b i l e n e ' s

F r i e n d l y

C h u r c h "

We

WAYNE T. GASH Pastor

" W E

The

H O L D

T H E

H O L I N E S S

Class

B A N N E R

of

1 958

H I G H "

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE BARTLESVILLE, OKLAHOMA 1\ I INISTER OF MUSIC, GERON BROWN

A WHOLE CHR IST FOR O U R SALVATION •

A WHOLE BI BLE FOR O U R STAFF •

A WHOLE C H U RCH FOR OUR FE LLOWS H I P •

A WHOLE WORLD F O R O U R PARISH

REV. ALBERT NEUSCHWANGER Pastor

225


Fort \Vorth's newest Nazarene Church extends Congratulations to B ETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE and to the Class of ' 58.

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Chapel pictured-New sanctuary now under construction to left of picture.

R iv e r O a k s

Cllurcll (Jf Tile Ntlztlrene 5605 B l a c k O a k L a ne

Com plim e n ts

F o r t W o r t h , T exa s

CHARLES R. McCALL, Pastor

o f

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Lufkin, Texas

424 Lufkin Avenue

The C H U RC H and PASTOR appreciate the splendid Faculty, Great Student Body, and Aggressive Program of B ETHANY !\ I RS . E M MA Pastor

IRICK

REX NEISINGER S.S. Superintendent 226

NAZARENE COLLEGE.

MRS. MARGARET NEISINGER N.F.M.S. President

BUDDY FORD N.Y.P.S. President


Our Sincere Cong ratu l ations To The C lass of 1 958 We Pledge Our Support To Bethany Col lege •

Our Prayers

Our Fina nce

Our Youth

Jackie Packwood

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Cynthia Popejoy

our students

F I RST C H U RC H of the N AZA R E N E "A Friendly Church In A Friendly City"

H E N RYETTA, O KLA.

CORNER 8th and TRUDGEON DAV I D F. KRICK, Pastor

fftnt Ckurch of tke cNazarene STATE AT ADAMS

E nid, Oklahoma

\Ve are proud of our students

C . A. SMITH,

MARTHA CARTER

KARYN HERREN

JANIE JOHNSON

JANICE PARRISH

Pastor

Congratulations to B ETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE and the C LASS of 1 9 5 8

S.S. Supt. ELMER SHELLENBERGER " A

L i v e

N.Y.P.S. Pres. MARVIN MYERS C h u r c h

W i t h

A

L i v e

N.F.M.S. Pres. MRS. GLADYCE JOHNSON M e s s a g e ' '

227


Compliments

of

the

SOUTHWE ST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT District Advisory Board-

W. T. JOHNSON District Superintend€nt

REX. OTTO \VILLI SON

Church Schools Chairman

REV. J. L. WOOLMAN

REV. C. D . GADB O\i\1

I. E. EMMERT

N . Y . P . S . President REV. ROB E RT CARROLL

J . L. B EAN, SR.

N . F . M . S . President MRS. "'· T. JOHNSON S UMM E R CAM PS N . Y . P . S . CAM P & I N STI TUTE D I ST R I CT CAMP M E ET I NG

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J u ne 23-27 A u g u st 2 - l 0

"Study to show thyselt approved unto God . . .

"

I I Timothy 2 : 1 5

IIIJI ARGE NTI NE

/4'tJ' J'

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 28th & Metropol itan Avenue KANSAS C ITY, KANSAS

Lawrence A l ba, Pastor

228


C9ongratulations to 78. n. C9. from

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Apache & A la m eda

â&#x20AC;˘

Norma n, Okla.

L. WAYNE S EARS, Pastor

FIRST CHURC H of the NAZARENE HO USTO N, TEXAS

46 \Vaugh Drive

Our Students :

Trela Sue Henbest Dallas \Vestmoreland Paul Cozby Durham

L. P. JACK DURHAM Pastor 229


SO UT H EA ST O KLA H O M A D ISTRI CT GLEN JONES District Superintendent MRS. L. A. R ICHARDSON

REV. H. l\1. C U RT I S

REV. JOHNNIE HARRI SON

N . F . M . S . President

Chairman, Church School Board

N . Y . P, S . President

ADVI SORY BOARD H. M. C U RT I S, Minister HAROLD C. HARCOU RT, M inister H . C. RUSTIN, Layman LEONARD STU BBS, Layman

WH OLEH EARTEDLY S U P PORTING T H E E N T I R E PROGRAM O F THE C H U RC H I N T H E 50TH ANN IVE RSARY YEAR

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Eighth and Roosevelt GUYMON, OKLAHOMA

OUR PLEDGE OF CONTINUED S U P PORT

REV. LEON JENNINGS Class of 1 944

2 30

Student at B . N . C. - Cecil Schwenke


GRA C E C HU R CH o f th e NAZ A R E N E A U STIN, TE XAS

REV. H OWARD BORGESON , Pastor

Norman 0. Mil ler, Choir Di rector

David Gal braith, N . Y . P . S . P resident

E. E. Ga lbraith, S. S. S u pt.

Mrs. M. 0. Dodgen, N . F . M . S . P resi dent

TEXARKANA FIRST F letcher Spruce Pastor

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Eig hth at Brown Texarkana, Texas

S e n d i n g C o n g ra t u la t i o n s t o t h e A r r o w S t aff o f

1 958

2 31


FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE EMPORIA, KANSAS

A Church \Vith A

* Reverence for the Past * Program for the Present * Vision for the Future

7th and Trundel

B E S T

\V I S H E S - - -

"A Spiritual Ch urch with an Evangelistic Emphasis"

STEWARD REED Minister

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Du rant, O k lahoma sa lutes . . . Bethany Nazarene C o l lege and C lass of '58 LOYD OWEN, Secretary

2 32

HAROLD C. HARCOU RT, Pastor


The P e nn s y lvani a A v e nu e

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

C. D. GADBOW Pastor M. L. STONE S. S. Supt.

P e nn Av e . a t W e s t P ark O kl a h o m a City

MRS. J. D . WOLFE N.F.M.S. Pres. KEN GRANGER N.Y.P.S. Pres.

NORTH ARKAN SA S D I S T R I C T REV. J. W. HENDRICKSON District Superintendent

Dist. Parsonage, Conway, Ark. Officers

Advisory Board Rev. Boyd Hancock Rev. John Maybury Burt Trumble Alfred Felts

Rev. Harvey Rathbun, Dist. Sec. Elbert Tyler, Dist. Treas. Rev. Eugene Hulsey, NYPS Pres.

Mrs. J. W. Hendrickson, N.F.M.S. Pres. Rev. John Maybury, Dist. Ch. School Chairman

233


C9ong ratulations @lass o f

rr

58"

CCrinib; Ckurck of tke cNazarene OKLAHOMA C I TY, OKLAHOMA

Propo�ed Remodel and Addition

GENE GALBRAITH Minister of Music

OuR CHURCH Standing for the purity of the gospel Striving for the unity :Jf the saints Seeking the lost for Christ, our Lord

W. DONALD WELLMAN Minister

Miss Janet Blankenship

Miss Luella Inglish

Miss Gladys McReynolds

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 1 00 1 Buchanan Street

Topeka, Kansas "The Church That

2 34

Sings"

Miss Dorothy Worley


FIRST

CHURCH of the NAZARENE No. "F" at Elmira Muskogee, Oklahoma

( Under Construction )

Congratulations BETHANY on One More Year of Service Jerrold R. Lake ( Student)

to C H RI ST and our Beloved Zion.

George M. Lake, Pastor

r9 o n g ra t u l a t i o n s a n d 18 e s t Wi s h e s to t h e @lass of I QS8

FIRST

£HUR£H of the NAZARENE LINCOLN, NEBR ASKA

235


CHURCH of the NAZARENE Hooker, Okla homa

Our Students Vera Ruth \Vinter Juanita Stearman Elvera Enns

R. EARL COTTON Pastor

Darrel l. Slack Min ister

2 36

C9o n g ra t u l a t i o n s C9 l a s s o f 1 9 5 8


District Advisory Board

District Department Heads

Paul Sodowsky Ross Hayslip Don Van Dyne Luther Paris

Gloria Baldwin, N.P.M.S. Mendell Paris, Church School J. R . Smith, 路N.Y.P.S. Evely'n Eudaley, Juniors

Our Students

C9o n g ra tu l a t i o n s t o 18 e t h a n y n a :;c a re n e f9o l l e g e from

JOPLIN

DISTRICT

DEAN BALDWIN District Superintendent

Pushing

the

During

E n ti re

the

Program

Golden

of

the

Anniversary

Church Year

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Greenvi l le, Texas

MILTON B . PARRISH Pastor

Washington and Gibbons Streets

Congratul ati o n s A n d

t o

to

O u r

Class S t u d e n t

o f

' 5 8

DONNA CRAWFORD

2 37


C

H U R C H 0 f I A z A R E I

N

h

South E leventh & Wa lnut

I N DEPENDENCE, KANSAS

E

e

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF " 5 8"

OUR STUDENTS BEVERLY H ELM-CLAIR UITTS

M . D. Smith S.S. Supt. Mrs. Ethel Yates N.F.M.S. Pres. Mrs. John Van Dyne N.Y.P.S. Pres.

NEW PARSONAGE AND CHURCH

Board of Stewards Robert Randels, Chmn. George Puryear Mrs. R. M. Bryant Hester Van Dyne Millie Bacon W. J. McDaniel Cecil Cotterill

Board of Trustees 0. S. Palmer, Chmn. L. R. Price Wayne Van Dyne W. L. Rogers Ralph Manning

PAUL M. SODOWSKY Pastor

THE

B E L LA I RE

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

of

4636 Bella ire B lvd.

PoNcA CITY, OKLAHOMA 1 Blk. East of Post Oak Rd. Be lla ire, Texas

has fifty glorious years of hisfory behind her; but her slogan, like that of the denomination, on our mu足

MARLOW SALTER, Pastor

tual Golden Anniversary Year is l. J. M I N K l E R

S. l. King, S.S. Supt.

"PREPARE FOR A GREATER TOMORROW" Mrs. Marlow Sa lter, N . Y.P.S. Pres.

Mrs. R. W . Anderson, N . F.M.S. Pres.

Congratulations To 2 38

The

Class

Of

1 9 5 8

Mrs. S. l. King, Jr. Soc. Supv.


CHURCH of the NAZARENE Pampa, Texas

LAKEVIEW CHURCH of the NAZARENE 7600 Antioch Road

OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS

B U FORD B U RGNER Pastor

Extends Congratulations and Best Wishes to The Class of 1 9 5 8

Minister

E. E . REEP,

"Kansas City's Friendliest Suburban Church."

HOT SPRINGS FIRST CHURCH of

the

NAZARENE

T h ird Street a n d South Avenue HOT SPRI NGS, ARKANSAS

Rev.

and 1\lrs. D . M . Duke J. F. HAMM Pastor

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 5th and Burnett WICH ITA FALLS, TEXAS

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THE GROWING CHURCH WHERE EVERYBODY IS HAPPY AND EVERYBODY LIKES TO SING J u st

In Deep Appreciation For

BETHANY NAZAREN E COLLEGE

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CHR I ST IN C HARACTE R AND C U LTURE

Telephone TW 9-8373 DOWNTOWN C H U RC H-4 1 00 N. Robertson St. Rev. C. E . Bordelen, Pastor Telephone W H 7-8382 F I RST C H U R C H - 1 0 1 3 Da nte St. Rev. Robert J. Mil ler, Pastor Telephone U N 1 - 1 600 WEST BANK C H URC H-P. 0. Box 2 6 1 H a rvey, louis iana

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Kingston, Missouri

Rev. E . A. Dix, Pastor Telephone FO 6-56 1 1

CHARLES \V . HoncE, Pastor

SINCERE GREETINGS AND

CHURCH or the NAZARENE

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS AND ARROW STAFF OF 1 9 5 8

PETERSBURG, TEXAS

BEN F. MARLIN, Pastor

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1 700 East Myer Bou levard

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T H E A L U M N I A S S O C I AT I O N of

B ETHA NY NAZ A R E NE C OL L E G E Offers Opportu nities of Lasting Value-Promoting Christian Education thru The B .N.C. Alumni Founda tion , Inc.

Y O U R O P P O RTUN ITY LASTING VALUES THE FOUNDATION

Provide A livi ng Gift For Young People

Promote C h ristian Ed ucation

Fu lfi l l the H eritage of Cha racter-Cu ltu re-C h rist

A Permanent & Expa n d i n g Prog ram of Student Scho la rsh ips and Benefits

Deve lop C h ristian leaders

Contribute to the Growth and Deve lopm ent of Beth a ny Nazare n e C o l leg e

Ad m i n istered by Active Members of the B.N.C. Alumni Association

Org a nized for the Sole Benefit of B . N .C. and its Studen-ts

Funds Mana ged & I n vested Accord ing to Sou nd Busi n ess Princip les

Our Goa l One Thousand Memberships by Septem ber, 1 958 J o i n Today

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G RA H A M'S APP L I A N C E S

STORE

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CARPETS

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Genera l E lectric a n d RCA Appliances Early American Furn iture a n d Gifts P hone WH 9-3894 W H 9-3273

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The Best I n Plumbing & H eatin g

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"S triving daily to build a bigger and better Bethany"

Roy Brown

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Dep artment Store Serving the College and the Community

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Comp limenlJ of

Bethany Medical Center

Paul D. Macrory, M.D.

David Fried, M.D.

UP-T O -D ATE C LE ANE R S

"Noted for Consistently Good Service"

1 1 6 S . W. Main

Phone WH 9-240 1 2 59


POWELL RE XALL DRUG STORE

Drugs

Sundries Prescriptions

1 26 S. W. Ma i n

P hone W H 9-5656 BETHANY, O KLA.

INVESTMENTS

L O AN S AND FINANCES Borrow O n :

6% P a i d On I nvestments

Cars Furniture

I nterest Paid Sem i-An n ua l ly

Co-Sig ners

JACK DAVIDSON

BARBARA NEEL

ANN OUTHIER See Us About Your Financial Problems

C O M MUNITY L O AN & INVE STMENT C O MPANY WH 9-4 1 88

2 1 7 E. Main

We Are Helping to Build A Better Bethany

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CURTIS S.T UDIO

HANSEN & ATLEE DAIRY INC.

28 1 5 C lassen Bou levard

OKLAHOMA C ITY, OKLAHOMA WE GIVE S&H GR E E N STAMPS

Phone JAckson 5-2229

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B a rb er . S h ops

DR. RALPH SHADID

Two Locations

DR. EDWAR D SHADID

DR. WA LTE R THOMPSON 1 1 7 So. Col lege

Westgate S hopping Center

Bob Womack B i l l H a rris

L loyd M i l l ikin

BETHANY

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Art Kastner

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Congra tulations Arrow Staff

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KRAKER' S

LADIES AND MEN's WEAR

Sportswear for College

1 1 8 S. W. Main

Joe and Jane Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan 1 2 2 S. \"1. Main

Phone W H 9- 3440

Your

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J. L. and Julia Jennings

B ETHANY

Compliments of Your

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G R I ES EL M OTO R Special Services to Students

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DEAV I L L ' S

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We Can Take Care of All Your Prescription Needs Westingho use E q uipped

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426 E. Ma i n

HERM A N'S

Don Coody, Reg istered P h a r m a cist

30 1 W. Main

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Compliments

E AT S H O P P E

of

Serving the Students

WESTE RN AUTO ASSOCIATE

of B . N.C.

1 0 9 So. Col lege

Bethany, Okla.

1 23 So. Col lege

Bethany, Okla.

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FELTS

W E II R E N B U R G

F A MILY S H OE STORE

DRUG

Bethany's Most Modern Drug Store

fJJiudenl $«4ineo� v:/ftfi/tecialed HOGUE - STONE F LOOR

COVER I N G

COMPANY

We Give S&H Green Stamps

Phone WH 9-5636

Compliments of

COLLE G E CLEANE R S

Dry C lean ing a n d La u ndry Service "Carpets for Every Purpose"

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23rd & C lassen

22 1 0 NW 23rd

JA 8-4483

JA 5-3987

One Day S h irt Service

1 30 So. Col lege

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BETHANY FLOWER SHOP

7h e Fi n e s t In F l o w e r s Fo r fl l l O c c a s i o n s

WE APPRE C IATE

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BOOSTING

B ETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE

207 E. MAIN

WH 9-3422

ONE AND TWO DAY SERVICE

Beth a n y's finest a n d most modern Dry Cleaners

"Always Boosting B.N.C. " ELMER MANN, Owner

1 1 5 S. COLLEGE

Phone WH 9-3332

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-BEACH, TOM 2 520 E. 7th St., Tucson, Arizona BAGGETT, THELMA 509 S. E. "C" St., Bentonville, Ark. BARKER, EARL Route I, Springdale, Arkansas BALDWIN, MONA CAROL Apt. C.C. 5 Philrich Br., Borger, Texas BARLO\V, RONALD S. Box 778, Bartlesville, Okla. BARROW, MILFORD 3929 SW 2 5th, Oklahoma City, Okla. BEATY, LESTER DeWAYNE Roufe I , Box 2 57, Parkville, Mo. BECHTLE, DELORES Ottawa, Kansas BECKETT, VERNON 2 2 1 7 W. Washington St., Charleston, \V. Va. BELCHER, PAT 2428 East 1 3th Place, Tulsa 3, Okla.

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BLYSTONE, BETTY JO 36 1 8 Campbell, Kansas City, Mo. BOESE, GARY ------------------406 N . Wood, Neosho, Mo. BOHANNAN, CHARLES Box 207, Crescent, Okla. BOHANNAN, JANE Box 207, Crescent, Okla. BOHLKE, PATRICIA ANNE 703 8th Ave. Se., Clinton, Iowa BOLES, BILLY J. - - -402 N.E. l sf, Bethany, Okla. BOND, GLEN Ingolls, Kansas BONNER, VADEAN Tichnor, Arkansas BOOMER, W. 0. 1 1 3 S.E. 7th, Bethany, Okla. BOUNDS, DONIVAN Route I, Box 148, Wellington, Texas BOWERS, CHARLOTTE ANN 2 1 6 North Marion St., Kirksville, Mo. BOYD, BEVERLY 1 00 5 Cherry St., Orange, Texas BOYDSTUN, MILTON R. 1 24 S.W. Third, Bethany, Okla. BREWER, NITA 1 1 0 East Modoc, Nowata, Okla. BRIDGWATER, DONALD D. Box 307, Larned, Kansas BRIGGS, DIANE SUE Box 1 1 7, Guthrie, Okla. BROCK, MYRNA 902 South Main, Jacksboro, Texas BROWN, DANIEL E. 302 S. Peniel, Bethany, Okla. BROWN, STEVE 2 2 2 S.E . ¥.'averly, Bartlesville, Okla. BURNETT, GLENN 1 1 36 South Terrace Dr., \Vichita, Kansas BURNHAM, JUDY 1 9 2 1 B Broadway, Lubbock, Texas BURNS, MARGARET 1 02 8 5th Ave., \Vest, Birmingham, Ala. BURPO, VERNON \\'. 9 1 6 S. 8fh St., Ponca Citv, Okla. BURTON, BARBARA 316 Thomas, Atlanta, Texas BUTLER, LAVONA 506 N. College, Bethany, Okla . ____________

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CARLILE, CLEO -----------------Box 492, Texhoma, Okla. CARNEY, DON GLENN 5401 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, Okla. CARPENTER, GLENDA Pine Spring R�ute, Carlsbad, New Mexico CARR, LYNN D., JR. 1 50 5 Ann Arbor, Norman, Okla. CARRIGAN, CONRAD Box 393, Beebe, Arkansas CARTER, MARTHA 3 2 1 W. State, Enid, Okla. CASE, CAROLYN 1 00 5 Graymont Ave. West, Birmingham, Ala. CASE, ROY 1 00 5 Graymont Ave. W. Birmingham, Ala . CASEY, BECKY ------------------Box 206, Bethany, Okla. CEARLEY, SYLVIA I 006 \Vest Ninth, Cisco, Texas CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN D. Lasara, Texas CHANDLER, ELMER 520 N. College, Bethany, Okla. CHANDLER, RITA 520 N. College, Bethany, Okla. CHEATWOOD, HENRY B. 2 7 2 2 Stonewall, Shreveport, La . CHESTNUT, GLEN R. PO\dJattan, Kansas CHESTNUT, DONNA Plaimille, Kansas CH ESTNUT, RUTH Box 29 3, Plaim·ille, Kansas CI IILDRESS, CI L\RLES Route 4, Norman, Okb. CI IISmi, JACK Route I , I I ern:, Texas CHRISTY, pr-1 Route I , Leavcm\·orth, Kansas CINNMION, NOLA Vicj , Okbhoma CLARK, DOT DeQueen, Arkansas CLASSEN, DARLENE Box 7 1 9 , r-Ieade, Kansas CLEGG, RUBY FRANCES H ud Route, Rotan, Texas CLIFTON, VADA ANN 2610 E . \\'ashington, North Little Rock, Ark . CLIPPINGER, ESTA 5 2 9 So. Clinton, Iowa City, Iowa CLOSE, JEANIE Kingsdown, Kansas COATES, ELEANOR 5 0 5 N. Hammond, Bethany, Okla. COBB, JEANETTE 10 I East Cherry Sf., Blvtheville, Ark. COCANNOUER, ALBERT Hurdland, r- Iissouri _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

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COLLINS, MARILYN 54 Redland Ave. Rumford, Rode Island CONN, CAROLYN 201 5 E. 34th St., Tucson, Arizona COOK, SHIRLEY -----------------2 824 Boss Ave., Shreveport, La. COOLEY, BOBBIE 337 Dennis, Nacogdoches, Texas COOPER, JANE 2 1 1 0 E . 54th St., Tulsa 5, Okla. COOSE, AMELIA -----------------Nady, Arkansas COPELAND, GLADYS Route 1 , Box 1 50, Lowell, Arkansas COX, BOB A. - -------------------20 1 '-h S . Donald, Bethany, Okla. COX, JOYCE --------------------309 South Jackson, Breckenridge, Texas COX, RICHARD M. 2676 Belknap, Dallas, Texas CRAFT, JUDY Tulsa, Okla. CRAICHEA� RONALD 3704 Springfield, Kansas City, Kansas CRAIGHEAD, WENDEL L. 3704 Springfield, Kansas City, Kansas CRAWFORD, DONNA KAYE Box 94 1 , Greenville, Texas CRAWFORD, DOROTHY 206 Caldwell Ave., Sulphur Springs, Texas CRAWFORD, CENELL 1 1 07 E. College, Sherman, Texas CRAYS, ALFRED T. Box 192, Dieterich, Illinois CRISTY, LLOY NELL Box 349, West Plains, Mo. CROMEANS, PHIL 3716 So. Congress Ave., Austin, Texas CRONK, RONALD D. -l l 9 Veterans Blvd., Tucson, Arizona CROSLEY, DONALD R. 62 3 NW 6th, Bethany, Okla. CROW, WALTER Box 1 6 5, Paxton, Nebraska CRUZEN, MARTHA Watonga, Okla. CUNNINGHAM, FORREST 746 NE Washington Blvd., Bartlesville, Okla. CUPPY, SANDRA l 304 South Twelfth, Burlington, Iowa CURLESS, MARLENE 3 1 0 S. Cypress, Kansas City, Mo. CURLEY, DORTHY MARIE 8 1 40 Lulu, \Vichita, Kansas CURLEY, ROSA LENA 8 1 40 Lulu Street, \Vichita, Kansas CURRIE, SANDRA 1 1 5 East First Street, Monticello, Iowa _ _ ____________

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DANNER, BARBARA 505 NW l Oth, Bethany, Okla . DANSKIN, DONNA 1 2 3 N. Redman, Bethany, Okla. DAUGHERTY, CAROLYN 5 0 6 S. Swight, Monahans, Texas DAUGHERTY, REESE 4020 Sterling Ave., Oklahoma City, Okla. DAVENPORT, ASENATH 305 NE 2nd, Bethany, Okla. DAVIS, BEVERLY ANN 6020 NW 58th, Oklahoma City, Okla. DAVIS, JERRY 434 Furr Dr., San Antonio, Texas DAVIS, RAMONA 602 Brooks Drive, Midland, Texas DAVIS, RICI-IARD L. 6020 NW 58th, Oklahoma City, Okla. DAYHOFF, DELBERT 3 0 1 S. College St., 2 1 09 3 0 St., Great Bend, Kansas DEMETRE, J ERRY L. Box 5 59, Bethany, Okla . DEPUE, ELBA FERN Route 5, Box 573A, Oklahoma City, Okla. DEPUE, HENRY A. Route 5 Box 573A, Oklahoma City, Okla. DeVORE, DORIS 520 \Vest Boulder, Colorado Springs, Colo. DeVORE, VIOLA Box 2 5, Tabor, Iowa DOBSON, ROD 508 McCormick St., Shreveport, Louisiana DORSEY, BETTY -----------------2938 SW l Oth, Oklahoma City, Okla . DOSKOCIL, JACQUELINE 3 0 8 N W 2nd, Bethany, Okla. DOSKOCIL, LARRY D. 308 N W 2nd, Bethany, Okla. DOUGLAS, BARBARA 1 0 8 South Oak, Bristow, Okla. DOWNEY, STEWART 6 1 0 N . 1 4th, Artesia, New 1\Iexico DREIER, MARY -- ----- ------ -- -Route l , Newton, Kansas DUPREE, JO Route 1 , Box 1 74, Atlanta, Texas DURHAM, PAUL C . 1 00 3 Heights Blvd., Houston, Texas

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HANNER, LILLIAN --------------2 1 6 East 24th, Kearney, Nebr. HARDER, DUANE G. Meade, Kansas HARRAL, BEVERLY JUNE 4 8 1 6 Eastline Road, Fort Worth, Texas HARRINGTON, SHIRLEY ANN Route 1, Stuart, Okla. HARRIS, BILLY J. ---------------704 N. College, Bethany, Okla. HARRISON, WENDELL K. 4 1 09 N. Chadbourne St. San Angelo, Texas HARROD, DUANE ---------------Route 1 , Olton, Texas HART, DORIS -------------------7 5 3 N. Anna, Wichita, Kansas HART, RUTH ANN --------------l O l l Gregory, Hutchinson, Kansas HARTPENCE, GARY W. ---------2 1 6 Elm Street, Ottawa, Kansas HAWKINS, CLARENCE Box 1 092, Post, Texas HAWKINS, WALTER 208 N. College, Bethany, Okla. HAYES, SAMUEL ----------------5000 N . W. l Oth, Oklahoma City, Okla. HAYNES, CAROLYN JANETTE 3420 West Colorado Ave., Colorado Springs, Colorado HAYNES, GENE ALLEN ---------3420 W. Colo Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. HEITMAN, DONALD ------------503 N. College, Bethany, Okla. HELM, BEVERLY - --------------741 5 East Third St., Tulsa, Okla. HELMS, JUDY 6030 Stearns, Shawnee, Kansas HEMBREE, KENNETH CECIL Bethany, Okla. HENBEST, TRELA SUE ----------1 2 27 Waverly, Houston, Texas HENDERSON, BOB --------------Route 4, Stormy Acres Kansas City, Mo. HENDERSON, MARY JENE 4837 Bromfield, Dallas 1 6, Texas HENLEY, JAMES F. ------ --- -----Sayre, Okla. HENRY, WESLEY LEROY 60 5 East 1 6th, Hutchinson, Kansas HERMAN, CONRAD FRAZIER 1 507 North l Oth St., Lamesa, Texas HERREN, KARYN Route 3, Enid, Okla. HIGDON, JANETT - - -------------224 NW Ave. H, Hamlin, Texas HILL, BARBARA ANN ------------3009 Harrison, Kansas City, Mo. HINKLE, FREDA ----------------Box 1 86, Tishomingo, Okla. H IPPLE, PERRY R. - ------------- -5 1 1 E. Mohave Rd., Tucson, Ariz. HODGEBOOM, FRED 6 500 SNI-A-Bar, Kansas City, Mo. HODGSON, J. MARLIN ----------1 2 5 N. Peniel, Bethany, Okla.

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HOLLAND, FRANKIE LOUISE Route 3, Okarche, Okla. HOLLAND, JOYCE --------------4508 W. 24th, Little Rock, Ark. HOLLEY, GERALD B. Box 2 1 8, Vivian, La. HOLMES, HAROLD EUGENE Salina, Kansas HONAKER, OWALAH 7 1 9 N. Donald, Bethany, Okla. HONAKER, RICHARD E. 1 0 1 S. E . 7th, Bethany, Okla. HOOD, PAUL EUGENE 698 E. Colorado St., Victoria, Texas HOOVER, BEVERLY ANN 103 N. E . 2, Bethany, Okla. HOOVER, CHARLES -------------5 1 7 N. W. 6th, Bethany, Okla. HOPKINS, SHEILIA --------------3 0 1 N. Donald, Bethany, Okla. HOPPE, OPAL MARY Lamar, Colorado HORTON, DEAN -----------------72 5 N. College, Bethany, Okla. HOWARD, JO -------------------1 007 Alametos, San Antonio, Texas HUDDLE, EVA N. Route 2, Braddyville, Iowa HUDGINS, ELDRIDGE 2 2 5 Sleepy Hollow Rd., Falls Church, Va. HUFFAKER, BOBBY Route 3, Post, Texas H ULING, DARRELL 202 E . 2nd, Scott City, Kans. HUMAN, RUSSELL Stillwater, Okla. H UTSON, BETTY SUE --------- --Route 2, Box 1 6 1 , Muldrow, Okla.

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JOHNSON, COMER _______________ 1 8 1 8 Alabama Ave, Selma, Ala. JOHNSON, JANE _________________ 2 526 W. Broadway, Enid, Okla. JOHNSON, LINDA LEE ___________ 603 N. Fourth, Durant, Okla. JOHNSON, LINDA SUE ___________ 1 509 N. 49th, Kansas City, Kansas JOHNSON, MARY ________________ 2 1 1 S. Redmond, Bethany, Okla. JOHNSON, PAT ___________________ 1 509 N. 49th, Kansas City, Kansas JOHNSON, TALMADGE __________ Box 249, 906 Cedar, Duncan, Okla. JOHNSTON, RAMONA JANE ______ 5007 S. 3 1 st W. Ave., Tulsa, Okla. JONES, B. GENE _ ____ ___ ________ _ Box 625, College Vet. H u t # 3 , Bethany, Okla. ____ - ----JONES, DAVID 1403 E . 7 7 , Kansas City, M o� JONES, EVAN JOHN ______________ 222 East Saline, Lindsborg, Kansas JONES, KAREN MAE _ ____________ Route 3, Hutchinson, Kansas JONES, LINDA LOU __________ _____ 5 1 0 6th St., Monett, Mo. JONES, TOMMY ALLEN ___________ Goodwell Okla.

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McELWAIN, SUE -- -- --707 Western, Topkea, Kansas McELYEA, EUGENE M. ___________ 1 1 1 South Grace St., Crocket, Texas McFARLAND, JANELL _ _ __________ 1 506 S. First, Kirksville, Mo. McGRAW, JAMES ____ ____________ 2 0 E . Winthrope Rd., Kansas City, Mo. McGRAW, MARY LOU ____________ Box 1 8 5, Bethany, Okla. McNAMES, FLORENCE ___________ Claremore, Okla. McNAMES, LAURA ________________ 2 1 0 N . McCloud, Claremore, Okla. McNEIL, JUDY ___________________ 308 S. 1 2th, H iawatha, Kansas McNEIL, PHYLLIS ________________ 308 S . 1 2th, Hiawatha, Kansas McREYNOLDS, GLADYS __________ 608 Topeka, Topeka, Kansas McWHINNEY, DONALD T. ________ 9 8 1 3 Brooklane, Raytown 3 3, Mo. --

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-MMADDEN, CARL __________________ 2600 Malloz Dr., Hutchinson, Kansas MARSHALL PAUL _ _______________ Lyons, Kansas MARTIN, GENE L. __________ ___ __ _ Route 3 , Troup, Texas MARTIN, MARSHALL _ ___________ 720 N. Peniel, Bethany, Okla. MATLOCK, JANICE ______________ 2 3 1 1 Wyoming, Carlsbad, New Mexico MATTHEWS, JOE ______ __________ 2 50 3 E. Cedar St., Springfield, Mo. MAYHEW, EDDIE ________________ 8 1 6 Beaver St., Bethany, Okla. M ADE, BOBBY _ _ ________________ :>20 Locust, Alva, Okla. MEADE, JOE _____________________ 5 2 0 Locust, Alva, Okla. MEADOR, BOBBIE ________________ 720 Circle Drive, Arlington, Texas MEADOR, KATHRYN _ _ _ _ _ ________ Box 1 02 5, Borger, Texas MEEK, GLENDA __________________ 800 East 3 5th St., Odessa, Texas MEEK, STANLEY D. ______________ 4 2 2 4 Sterling Ave. Oklahoma City, Okla. MEEK, W. H . ____________________ Veterans Aprt. # 1 0, Bethany, Okla. MEESEY, DALE ___________________ 7741 Rannells, Maplewood, Mo. MERCER, DONALD L . ____________ 308 S. W. 3 , Bethany, Okla. �liLEY, ROBERT E. ______________ Route 2 , Chanute, Kansas MILLER, ANGIE __________________ 2827 Emmett, Dallas, Texas MILLER, WALTER EDWARD, JR. _ _ Route 2, Box 243, Westville, Fla. MILLER, LaVON _________________ I 002 West College, Blackwell, Okla. MILLER; LUCY ___________________ Route 2, Box 243, Westville, Fla. MILLER, ROY A. - -- - Box 9 5 1 , Bethany, Okla. •

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-NNARAMOR, CHESTER -----------206 S. Frisco, Springdale, Arkansas NEAL, CHARLES -----------------24 5 Basswood St., Houston, Texas NEFF, DEAN --------------- Phillips, Texas NEHRBASS, GYPSY ---------------Roufe 3, Lawrence, Kansas NEUFELD, SHARRON -----------206 S. C St., Monmouth, Illinois NEUSCHWANGER, MARLOW ---Bartlesville, Okla. NEWLON, BRYAN ---------------5 0 5 N. Central, Bethany, Okla. NEWSOM, DEAN ---------------1 4 1 2 Pile St., Clovis, New Mexico NICHOLSON, EDWIN G. ---------North Star Route, Cimarron, Kansas NICHOLSON, GERALDINE -------Ingalls, Kanasas NOGGLES, JAMES R. -------------3 0 3 3 S . W . 2 3, Oklahoma City, Okla. NORELL, JOHN R. ---------------9 2 4 West Edwards, Springfield, Ill. NORMAN, RUTH ---------------49 1 4 40 Place, Wyattsville, Maryland NORTON, ELIZABETH ANNE -----Box 1 4 3, Hamlin, Texas NORTON, JOHN E. --------------Box 1 4 3, Hamlin, Texas NORTON, ROBERT E . ------- - ---Box 1 43, Hamlin, Texas

OLIVER, BEVERLY 3 1 5 West 8th, Newton, Kansas ORR, RONALD ------------------Route 2, Anadarko, Okla. OWENS, DENNY ----------------1 3 1 6 W. 7th, Emporia, Kansas OWENS, LILLY -----------------1 60 1 West Wilcox St., Indianapolis, Ind. OWENS, LORRENE 1 2 1 Texas Avenue, Woodward, Okla. OWENS, WILOMAE 1 2 1 Texas Avenue, Woodward, Okla.

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