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DEDICATION The responsibilities of a counselor of women, though often lightly considered, are nevertheless at times difficult and require certain abilities. Here one must deal with people on the basic fun足 damental level of human existence without the comfortable defini足 tion of a specific field of counsel. Here the bad is seen and is often more prominent than the good; consequently, the manipulation of human affairs for the good of all concerned is a skill which cannot be minimized. The staff of the 1958-59 ARROW is pleased to dedicate this publication to one whose impeccable skill in handling human affairs is paramount, to one on the campus who has the unique ability to enforce discipline without arousing antagonism, to one who is able to maintain an impersonal law and yet al足 ways be considerate of the individual, to one who, though not infallible in theory and not perfect in practice, maintains an attitude which commands love and respect, to one, counselor of womenMrs. Alice Ray

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MRS. ALICE RAY


FOREWORD A vital aspect in the doctrine of Christianity is the fact of a real existent Being who cannot be known through the five senses but only with a dynamic faith. It is therefore imperative that in any development of a Christian philosophy the intangible be exhibited at the expense of the materialistic. Thus by being a true believer in the Christian religion, we are constantly made aware of the im足 portance and validity of the insensible. The importance of the insensible is also recognized in the other areas of man's existence, for all high thoughts, noble deeds, and worthy endeavors are of necessity described in words which cannot be predicated. Also in this category are those fond, dear memories, whose value cannot be weighed or measured, but which are oftimes recalled in our minds through but a trifling gesture. It is the avowed purpose of this publication, the 1958-59 ARROW, to assist you in the recollection of those experiences, those thoughts, and those ideas, which now have become a part of you. We hope that within this book will be a word-a picture-a trifling thing which will bring to mind some pleasurable memory. To this end we have expended our efforts and now present to you the fruit of our labors.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS OUR CAMPUS .

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CAMPUS LIFE .

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ADVERTISERS .

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoylnr the banquet.

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enJo:rinc the banquet.

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoylnc the banquet.

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoying the banquet..

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and 'l'om White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoyinc the banquet.

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen路 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli颅 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoying the banquet.

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoying the banquet.

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoying the banquet.

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Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoying the banquet.

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L. to R. Ladd, Snowbarger\ Floyd, Smith, Craddock, Cantrell, Ripper, Danskin, Greve, Lawrence

Adn1inistrative Council Dr. ROY H. CANTRELL, Chairman President of the College DR. C. HAROLD RIPPER Dean of the College

DR. VERNON SNOWBARGER Dean of Students

HARRY L. CRADDOCK Business Manager

DR. DONALD R. DANSKIN Registrar

REV. CURTIS SMITH Director of Public Relations

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

ROBERT G. LAWRENCE Chairman, Division of Natural Science

DR. FRED FLOYD Head, Department of History

DR. FORREST LADD Head, Department of Psychology

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Administration

L. to R. Sybil Montandon, Mattie Belle Jones, Martha Rodeheaver, Velma Moyer

L. to R. Nellie Grimes, Carolyn Colwell, Irene Lawerence, Florence Lundy, Ruth Newberry, Erliene Brunkau

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Campus Personnel

DR. PAUL MACRORY College Physician

DR. LEON GILBERT College Physician

MR. HUBERT HARRIS

MR. MARVIN SIMPSON

Employment Service

Maintenance Superintendent

Custodian Supervisor

MRS. JULIA WYATT

MRS. KATIE DREWRY

College Nurse

Food Service Manager

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Humanities The Division of Humanities endeavors to fur­ ther develop in the student the skilJs of the com­ municative arts. These are commonly known as reading, writing, speaking, and listening. As such the various course areas within this division in­ clude literature, communica!ion, modem languages, and speech. These displace the archaic meaning of the word humanities, which "as re�tricted to the "study of the classics."' However, the change is not indicative of a shift from "the pursuit of knowledge for it own sake'· to the modern so· phistic idea of utility. Instead, the various courses of study within this division interrelate in such a manner that an organic unity is achieved.

WILLIS B. DOBSON Chairman, Division of Human­ ities; Professor of English; Head of Department of English; B.A., Centenary College; M.A., Ph.D., Uni­ versity of Texas.

ANNE BELLE LAUGHBAU:.vl Professor of English; Diploma in Theology, Fort Wayne Bible Institute; A.B., Greenville Col­ lege; M.A., Ph.D., University of Illinois; Honor Society Sponsor; R EVEILLE ECHO Sponsor.

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The Humanities Division provides not only for the study of the English language, but also for study of German and Spanish. It is a coordinated effort aimed at inculcating in the student the abil­ ity to move with ease in the different fields of knowledge, "hich is indicative of a liberal education.

CAROL LUNDY Associate Professor of English; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College; M.A., University of Texas; Graduate Study, Oklahoma City University and University of Oklahoma; ARROW S pon­ sor.

HELEN F. ROTHWELL As­ sociate Professor of English and Spanish; B.S., M.A., Ohio University.


�At;RI�E D I C K E R S ON A sistant Profes or of Eng­ lish; A.B., Bethany Nazarene Coll ege; M.A., Oklahoma tate Ln i versi ty ; M.A., U n i ­ \'ersity of Oklahoma; On Lea\'e of Ab ence.

GERALDI�E HUHNKE As­

si stant Professor of \1odern Language; Head of Depart­ ment of Modern Language;

A.B., Northwest Nazarene College; �1.A., State Unh·er­ s i t y of Iowa; Fulbright Scholarship.

ELLWOOD TA�1E Assi t­ ant Professor of Speech; H e a d of Department o f Speech; A.B., Northwest Naz­ arene College; M.A., Ph.D., C'ni\'ersity of DenYer: Var ity Debate Sponsor.

Faculty DORIS SCHUi\IANN As­ sistant Professor of Speech; A.B., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege; M.A., U n i versi ty of Oklahoma.

BE IE OLSO • Assistant Professor of Speech; A.B., John Fletcher College; M.A., University of Oklahom a ; Speech Club Sponsor; Mis­ sion Band Sponsor.

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Fine Arts Art and mu ic are traceable back to earliest history as the expressions of the soul of man trans­ figured to a permanent form ami structure. At Bethany Nazarene College a prominent place is given to this important field of creativity. The De­ partment of Art attempts to inculcate within the student a basic understanding· of the principles and bases of art. Enough cout"es are offered o that advanced work may be pursued in this field. The Department of Music, which is more extensive, presents a varied program of studie which include applied music, church music, music education, and music theory. Both fields are interrelated in their approach to developing in the student an appreciation for the arts. Through the various courses offered in this division the student is able to develop indi­ vidual creative expression as well as cultural appreciation. LESTER DUN� Chairman, Divi ion of Fine Arts; Associate Professor of Voice; Head of Department of Music; B.F.A., Bethany Nazarene College; M.Mus., Unh·ersity of Oklahoma; Pupil of Alex l\Iilschinofl, Nurnburg, Germany; Graduate Study, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Student Council Sponsor; A Cappella Director.

RAY BOWMAN Assistant Profe or of Art; Head of De­ partment of Art; B.S., �I.S., Kansa State College.

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The Division of Fine Arts ha as its objective the training of young people to initiate the pro­ gram of fine arts in the church, the educating of young people for teaching in the fine arts, and the preparation of gifted tudents for training in graduate work.

EUGENE CHAMBERS As­ sistant Profe or of Voice; B.Mu ., Bethany Nazarene College; M.Mus., University of Wichita.

ESTHER SAXON Assistant Profe or of Piano; B.Mus., :M.Mu ., George Peabody Col­ lege for Teachers.


KEITH PAGA:\l Assistant Professor of \Iusic; B.Mus. Ed., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege; M.Mus.Ed., University of Oklahoma; Band and Or­ chestra Director.

RUTH TAYLOR Assistant Professor of i\Iusic; B.F.A., Bethany azarene College; B.Mus., Oklahoma City Uni­ versity; M.Mus.Ed., Central State College.

:\1A R G A R E T DU�N In­ ::.tructor in Piano; B.F.A., Bethany Nazarene College; Music Club Sponsor.

Faculty

BETTY PAGAN Instruc­ tor in P ia n o ; B.Mus., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege.

R E U B E RODEHEAVE R Instructor j n Music; B.Mus., West Virginia University.

DAVID UERKVITZ Instruclor of Piano; A.B., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege.

A0:\11 DOB 0� In­ structor in Voice; Diplo­ ma in Voice, Olivet Naz­ arene College.

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Natural Science The movement from a closed universe to an infinite universe marks this present age as one of excitement commensurate with the voyages follow­ ing the discoveries of Columbus. The objective frontiers of science present to man a greater chal­ lenge than eYer. The pre·ent .emphasis placed upon this important field nece �:�itates that the American colleges and universities adjust their program in relationship. The Natural Science Division offers instruc­ tion in the fields of chemistry, biology, physics, and mathematics. Instruction in these fields is committed to the objective of developing under­ standing of the sciences and their relationship to the other areas of learning as well as to encourage the desirable traits of open-mindedness and intel­ lectual honesty . Parallel with this is the desire of the division to develop in the student an apprecia­ tion of the role of science in the improvement of society and mankind. ROBERT LAWRENCE Chairman, Divi ion of Nat­ ural Science; Profe sor of Biological cience; Head of Department of Biology; A.B., Ea tern azarene College; M.A., Boston University; Biology Club Sponsor.

R I C H A R D BUSHEY As­ sistant Professor of Biology; A.B., Th.B., Olivet azarene College; B.D., azarene The­ ological S e m i n a r y ; M.S., University of Illinois.

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DON BEAVER Professor of Chemistry; Head of Depart· ment of Chemistry; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College; M.A., Ph.D., Oklahoma State University; Chemistry Club Sponsor; Junior Class Spon­ sor.


J EARL GREER Professor of \lathematic ; Head of Depart­ ment of :\Iathernatics; A.B., Ol i ''et Nazarene College; :\I.A., Uni\'ersity of Illinoi ; Ph.D., U n i ve rsi t y of Okla­ homa.

F. E\1:METT HA \I\IER As­ �ociate Professor of Phy!>iC ; B.A., John Fletcher College: \I.A .. Cni\'ersity of Kam.as.

Faculty

Professor Lawrence instructs John Norton and Douglas Vaughan in a dissection of a dogfish shark.

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Philosophy and Religion "I desire only to know the truth, and to live as well as I can." These words spoken by Plato through the literary spirit •of Socrates epitomize the goal of liberal and Christian education in re· lationship to the individual. The Division of Philos· ophy and Religion exi::.ts as the point of departure for individual inquiry into the objective tenets of the Christian Faith. A Faith that has stood the test of time need have no fear of dissolution through an alliance of commitment with objective inquiry. Through instruction and serious inquiry it is hoped that the student will approximate more fully the spirit of Christ, that his life will not be a mere imitation, but a life vitally related to Christ.

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C. PHILO Chairman. Division of Philosophy and Religion; Profe::.:-or of Philosophy and Religion; llead of Department of Religion; A.B., B.D., Frank· fort Pilgrim College; A.J\I., Chicago EYangeli::.tic ln:-titule; D.D., God's Bible School; J\T.A., University. of \Iichigan; Ph.D .. Uni\·ersily of Oklahoma.

MEL-THOJ\IAS ROTHWELL Professor of Philo ophy: Head of Department of Phi­ losophy; A.B., Ohio Unh·er­ sity; 1\T.A. , U n i \ ersitv. of \1 ichigan; Ph.D., Boston Uni­ versity.

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The division is staffed with men committed to the objective of Christian education. The influ­ ence of the division is felt throughout the other divisions of the college. The central purpose of the college radiates from this diYision, balancing and bringing into focus the existent relationships be­ tween the various fields of objective inquiry.

W. N. KING Profes or of Religion; A.B., Th.B., Pa::.a­ dena College; ::\LA .. Cni,er­ sity of outhern California; S.T.M., Pacific School of Re­ ligion; S.T.D., Metropolitan University; Gospel Team Sponsor.

DONALD METZ Professor of Religion; A.B., Eastern N azarene College; B.D., Evangelical and Reformed Seminary; 1\I.A., University of Maryland; D.R.E., South­ western Theologica 1 Semi­ nary.


ROBERT SAWYER A soci­

HAROLD HOYT Associate Profe- or of R eli gion; Th.B., Bethany �azarene College; :l\I.A., Phi 1 1 ips Cni\'ersity; D.R.E., outh " estern B a p ­ tist Theological Seminary; Fre hman Class Sponsor.

ate Profes or of R eligion ; Head of Department of Bib­ lical Language::.; A.B., Th.B., Eastern �azarene College; B.D., Nazarene Theo log ical

Th.l\1., Baptist Seminary. eminary;

Central

Faculty

Elton Wood, missionary to the Cape Verde Islands, speaks to religion students.

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Social Science The Division of Social Science deri\·es its existence from the many extensions of what might be termed the "science of human society." Under this heading are found the courses of economics, business, education, history, home economics, physical education, political· science, psychology, sociology, and secretarial science. Such a retinue of courses does not diminish the purpose of the division. Through its many extension it is hoped that the student will become cognizant of the prob­ lems of change in society. As such the student comes to grips with the relationship of dynamic forces of society to the traditional static forces. A basic under tanding of the continuity of history and social change prO\ ides the student with the comprehension necessary for viewing the progres of man in the light of a Christian philosophy of history.

ANNE GREVE Chairman, Division of Social Sci­ ence; Professor of Home Economics; Head of De­ partment of Home Economics; A.B., John Fletcher College; :JI.S., Iowa State College; Ph.D., University of :Minnesota; Home Economics Club Sponsor.

DONALD R . DANSK IN Registrar of the College; As­ sociate Professor of Business; A.B., Nebraska State Teach­ ers College; M.A., University of Nebraska; Ed.D., Univerity of Oklahoma.

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Consequently, the Division of Social Science stands as a very important part of the curriculum. The division serves not only as an attempt to pre­ pare the student for life in the future, but to pro­ vide a community of interests related to life now.

STANTON PARRY Assist­ ant Professor of Business; Head of Department of Busi­ ness; B.S., Cornell Univer­ sity; M.S., Ph.D., Michigan State University.

JESSE ANDERSON Assist­ ant Professor of Business; B.S., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege; M.B.A., University of Oklahoma.


LAWRENCE SNELL As­ sistant Professor of Secreta­ rial Science; B.S., Bethany Nazarene College; M. Comm. Ed., University of Oklahoma; Business Club Sponsor.

JIM P O S E Y Special In­ structor in Busines ; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College; LL.B., University of Okla­ homa.

WE LEY MOON Profes or of Education; IIead of De­ partment of Education; A.B., Houghton Col lege; Ed.M., U n iversity of Rochester; Ed.D., Univer�ity of Buffalo.

Faculty

DOROTHY SHELDON As­ sociate Professor of Educa­ tion; A.B., Kletzing College; M.A., University of Michi­ gan.

CONSTANCE SPRUCE As­ sociate Professor of Educa­ tion; A.B., U n iver ity of Texas; M.A., St. Mary's Uni­ versity; SNEA Sponsor.

FRED FLOYD Professor of History; Head of Department of History; A.B., Pasadena College; B.S., Mercer Uni­ versity; M.A., B.D., Vander­ bilt University; Ph.D., Uni­ versity of Oklahoma; Sopho­ more Class Spon or.

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JACK RAIRDO Associate Professor of Social Science; A.B., Th.B., Bethany . �aza­ rene College; ]\J.A., Univer­ sity of Oklahoma; Senior Cia" Spon'Or.

ELDRED LA DUE Instruc­ tor in Home Economics; B. ., Bethany 1azarene College; M . . , University of Illinois.

DON WILSON A s s i s t ant Professor of Physical Educa­ tion; Head of Department of Physical and Health Educa­ tion; A.B., Bethany 1azarene College; M.Ed., University of Oklahoma; "B" Club Spon­ sor.

Faculty JAMES GARNER Professor of Political Science and His­ tory; Head of Department of Political cience; A.B., Beth­ any azarene College; B.S., M.A., University of Oklaho­ ma; Ph.D., State University of Iowa; Prayer and Fa ting Sponsor.

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FORREST LADD Associate Professor of P ychology; Head of Department of Psy­ chology; A.B., Bethany az­ arene College; 1 . , Univer­ sity of Oklahoma; Ph.D., University of Kan as; Social Science Club Spon or. .


C. H. RIPPER Dean of the College; Professor of Psy­ chology; A.B., College of Em­ poria; M.A., University of Wichita; Ph.D., University of Iowa.

VE R�0\1 �OWBARGER Dean of Students; Profe:; or of Sociology; Head of De­ partment of Sociology; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College; M.A., University of Oklaho­ ma; Ph.D., University of Southern California.

Faculty

Dr. Tame gives able instruction to the Debate Squad.

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Library Problems on almost any subject assigned by the most eccentric professor can u�ually be olved through the facilities of the college library. The

difficulties encountered in trying to locate even the most impertinent of facts can be rendered soluble '' ith the expert help of Librarian Elizabeth 'mith or Assi:)tant Librarian Kathryn Pa chall. In this manner the library and its staff adequately fulfill their re pecti,·e function . Although the librar)

is not complete-but

what library is'?-the 38,000 volumes still pro­ ' ide a verv substantial foundation for almost every . academic field of endea\ or. And these ,·olumes i;1 turn are supplemented by a vast number of issues

from current periodicals. newspapers, government bulletins, pamphlets, and a record collection.

ELIZABETH S i\ II TH Libra­ rian; Assistant Professor of Library Science; A.B., Olh·et Nazarene College; �I.A., Uni­

The constant aim of the library staff is prompt, friendly service and the maintenance of a place

conduci\e to study.

versity of Denver; Freshman Class Sponsor.

KATHRYN PASCHALL As­ sistant Librarian; Assistant Verlon Anthony and Wally Cantrell find the library conducive to study.

Profe sor of Library

cience;

A.B., Trevecca College; B.S., Austin Peay College; :\LA.,

George Peabody College for Teachers.

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Residence Counselors

MRS. LUCILLE BOHANNON Bud Robinson Hall

MRS. ALICE RAY Jernigan Hall

MRS. CAROLINE COLWELL

MR. AND MRS. FRANK McCONNELL Chapman Hall

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Class Officers JOHN NORELL, JIM CHRISTY,

Vice-President

GRACE TWINING, GLEN CHESNUT,

Secretary Chaplain

President

DWIGHT SOUTHWORTH, Student Council Representative

BARBARA TOMPKINS,

Treasurer

JACK RAIRDON, Sponsor

Seniors, Class of 1959 From many states and varied backgrounds, there arrived at Bethany Nazarene College in Sep­ tember of 1955 nearly three hundred college fresh­ men bringing, in addition to their luggage, indi­ vidual goals and plans with which Bethany was to aid in fulfilling. Beginning with little in common except an ignorance of college life, they enthusias­ tically entered a four year era of preparation for the future. During this preparatory period, the members of the class of 1959 have made decisions which will affect all of life. Many have established a Christian philosophy of life; some have met the companion with whom they will share the rest of their life; most have selected a vocation or an­ swered a calling. And of course here the academic foundation stones have been laid upon which edu-

cated men and women may build a life. But these years have been not merely prepara­ tory. They have overflowed with rich experiences sufficient in themselves to become epochs in life. There have been the traditional "golden moments" of each year. The Freshman banquet with the "Deep South" theme, the Sophomore outing at Camp Classen in the Arbuckle Mountains, the Junior-Senior banquets and the Senior trip. As experience and knowledge have increased, the class motto "The fear of the Lord is the begin­ ning of wisdom," has become even more significant. To the graduating class of 1959, with its emphasis on both academic and spiritual values, the events and accomplishments of college years are spring­ boards to successful living in the future.

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SENIORS

DANIEL

E.

BROWN

B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; BS, Science; Band BILLY

J.

BoLES

Bethany, O k l a h o m a ; AB, Religion WALTER

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BooMER

B e t h a n y, O k l a h o m a ; AB, History ToM BAcH Tucson, Arizona; BS, Physi足 cal Education; A l l - School Athletic Director, B-Club, Bi足 ology Club, SNEA, All-Star Football a n d Basketball Teams

BILL CAMBELL B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; AB, Psychology WESLEY BuRPO Ponca City, Oklahoma; BS, Physical Education LAVONA BuTLER B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; AB, Speech MARGARET BURNS Birmingham, Alabama; AB, Speech; Speech Club, SNEA

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1959

JAMES WALLACE CANTRELL West Helena, Arkansas; AB, Religion; Gospel Team, Min­ isterial Association, Prayer and Fasting, Theological As­ sociation

LYNN CARR Norman, Oklahoma

CLEO CARLILE Texhoma, Oklahoma

CHARLEs CoNRAD CARRIGAN Beebe, Arkansas; AB, Reli­ gion; Gospel Team, Minister­ ial Association, Music Club, Prayer and Fasting

MARTHA CARTER Enid, Oklahoma; BS, Home Economics; B a n d , Biology Club, Gospel Team, Home Ec. Club, M i ss i o n Band, Prayer and Fasting, SNEA

HENRY CHEATWOOD Shreveport, Louisiana

VIRGINIA LEE CASE Tulsa, Oklahoma; BS, Ele­ mentary Education; Mission Band, Music Club, SNEA

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SENIORS

DoT CLARK De Queen, Arkansas; AB, Spanish; A Cappella, Band, Music Club, SNEA, Speech Club

JIM CHRISTY Leavenworth, Kansas ; AB, Philosophy-Religion; Who's Who, Class Chaplain, Class Vice-President, Gospel Team Vice· President, Ministerial Association Secretary, Echo Staff

GLEN R. CHESNUT

NoLA CINNAMON V i c i , 0 k I a h o m a ; AB, Speech ; Speech Club Presi­ dent, Debate Squad, Mission Band

Powhattan, Kansas ; AB, Re­ ligion ; Who's Who, Senior Class C h a p l a i n , M ission Band President, Prayer and Fasting Vice-President

JAMES w. DANIEL Searcy, Arkansas; AB, Re· ligion; Gospel Team, Minis­ terial Association

OscAR

N. CosTON, JR.

Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Mathematics

WENDEL LEE CRAIGHEAD

AMELIA CoosE Tichnor, Arkansas; AB, Mathematics ; Biology Club, Home Ec. Club, Mission Band, SNEA

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Kansas City, Kansas; AB, History; Who's Who, Stu· dent Council, ECHO Editor, Honor Society, Social Sci­ ence Club Vice-President, Band, Mission Band, Orches­ tra, SNEA


1959

DONNA DANSKIN Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; Gos足 pel Team, M i s s i o n Band, Prayer and Fasting, SNEA

RoY DoRRIS B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; BS, Biology

VIOLA DEVORE Tabor, Iowa; BS, Biology; Biology Club

JACQUELIN DosKOCIL Pratt, Kansas; AB, Music; Honor Society, A Cappella, Music Club

LARRY DosKOCIL Pratt, Kansas; BS, Business ; A Cappella, FBLA

ANN GARNER

STEWART L. DowNEY Artesia, New Mexico; AB, Religion

B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; AB, Biology; Who's Who, Stu足 dent Council Sec.- T r e a s . , Honor Society Sec.-Treas., Biology Club Vice-President, Social Science Club

MARTHA GIBSON Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ; AB, M u s i c ; A Cappella, Band Music Club, Orchestra, Prayer and Fasting, Treble Choir

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BILLIE D. GooDEN Augusta, Kansas ; AB, Re­ ligion; Gospel Team, Minis­ terial Association, M i s s i o n Band, Prayer and Fasting

J. GouLDEN

Marshall, T e x a s ; AB, Sci­ ence-Psychology; A R ROW and ECHO Photographer, Band, Biology Club, ECHO Business Manager, Orchestra

PATRICIA fRANKLIN GOODEN Hutchinson, Kansas; BS, El­ ementary Education; Gospel Team, Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting, SNEA

DoRA JEAN GL IDEW ELL Kansas City, Missouri; BS, Elementary Educati on ; SNEA Vice-President, ECHO Staff

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Ogdensburg, New York; AB, Religion GENE GREENAWALT Bethany, Oklahoma

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ANN HAMITER Grand Saline, Texas; BS, El­ ementary Education


1959

EsTHER HARDER :\leade. Kansas SAll\ UEL HAYES Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; AB, Biology CLARENCE WESLEY HAWKI:XS Post. Texas ; AB. Hi�:>tory; SNEA MARY ]ENE HENDERSON Dallas, Texas; B , Elemen­ t a r y E d u c a t i o n : Gospel Team. Home Ec. Club Sec.. �fission Band, Pra'. er and Fasting, Sl\EA

WESLEY HENRY Hutchinson, Kansas ; AB, Re­ ligion; Who's Who, Out­ standing Freshman Award, College M a r s h aI, Student Council P r e s i d e n t , Class President. Honor ociety. Gospel Team

Jo HowARD

NAOMI HoNAKER B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; BS, Home Economics; Home Ec. Club, SNEA

San Antonio. Texas; BS. El­ ementary Education: Who's . Who, ARROW Editor. Stu· dent C o u n c i l , Outstanding Freshman A w a r d , ECHO Queen, ECHO Staff, Prayer and Fasting, SNEA

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SENIORS

BARBARA KANE Omaha, ebraska; BS, Ele· mentary Education; S EA

RAMONA JANE JoHNSTON Tulsa, Oklahoma; AB, Mu· sic; A Cappella, Class Cheer· leader, Mission Band Secre· tary, Music Club

KAREN MAE JONES H u t c h i n s o n , Kansas; BS, Home Economics; Home Ec. Club S e c r e t a r y , Miss i o n Band, Prayer and Fasting, S EA

GLENDA JERNIGAN Blackwell, Oklahoma, BS, Home Economics; Gospel Team, Home Ec. Club., S EA

VERLA 0KE LAMBERT Kansas City, Missouri; AB, Speech; Student C o u n c i l , Class Treasurer, Heart Pal Queen, ARROW Staff, Biol­ ogy Club, ECHO Staff, Pray­ er and Fasting, Speech Club

JOHN KILLFOIL Garden City, Kansas; BS, Business Administration

JERRY D. LAMBERT

DWAIN KELLEY Bethany. O k l a h o m a ; BS, Physical Education

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Norman, O k l a ho m a ; AB, Eng!ish; CIa s s Vice·Presi· dent, Band, Class Cheerlead­ er, ECHO Staff, Ministerial A s s o c i a t i o n , Prayer a n d Fasting


1959

PAUL LANA Arkansas City, Kansas; B , Mathematics; A Cappella. Band. Prayer and Fasting

Jo LII'\DSLEY

ZoLA MAE LANKFORD

Johnson. Kansas; BS. Home Economics; CIa s s Athletic Director. ECHO Q u e e n , Home Ec. Cluh, , �EA

Woodward. Oklahoma ; AB, English; Who's Who. AR­ ROW Editor, tudent Coun­ cil, Honor Society. Home· coming Attendant, Hearl Pal A Ltendanl. peech Club S EA

PAUL \1ARSHALL Lyon�. Kansas: AB, Religion

VADEAN MARSHALL Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Home Economics

OLEN D. McCLAIN Plaim·iew. Texas; AB. Busi­ ness and Religious Educa­ tion; Honor Society, FBLA

GERALD McCASLIN B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a : BS, Mathematics

LEE RoY McCLEERY B e t h a n y , Oklahoma; AB, Religion

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SENIORS

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DOROTHY C. MILNER Dodson, Texas; BS, Elemen­ tary Education; :\1usic Club. Treble Choir, SNEA

KATHRYN MEADOR Borger, Texas; AB. Music Education; Music Club Vice· President. A Cappella. EA

DALE MEESEY :\'laplewood. :\I issouri: Functional

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PHYLLIS JuNE McNEIL Hiawatha. Kansas; A B. Re· ligion: Gospel Team. Mis­ sion Band. Prayer and Fast· ing

DAL NEWBERRY Okmulgee, Oklahoma; Mathematics

JANE MooRE Temple, Texas; BS. Elemen· tary Education

PAUL

E. MOUNTS

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; AB, Psychology

JoHN MooN Bethany. Oklahoma; AB. Mathematics; Band, Chemis· try Club, Honor Society. Or­ chestra

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KATHLEEN NEWLIN

Wichita, Kansas AB, Psy- . chology; Biology Club, Mis­ sion Band

JoHN REYNOLDS NoRELL

JAMEs R. NoGGLES Spokane, Washington; AB, Religion

S p r i n g field, Illinois; BS, Chemistry; Who's Who, Sen­ ior Class President, CIa s s Athletic Director, Honor So· ciety Vice - President, Most Valuable Player Award, Chemistry C Iu b President, B-Club

RoBERT

E. NoRTON

Hamlin, Texas; BS, Elemen­ tary E d u c a ti o n ; Student C o u n c i l V i c e - P r esident, Heart Pal K i n g , B i o l o g y Club, SNEA

BEVERLY OLIVER Newton, Kansas; BS, Ele­ mentary Education; Home­ coming Attendant, Heart Pal Attendant, SNEA Secretary, A Cappella, Prayer and Fast­ ing

LoRRENE OwENS Woodward, Oklahoma; BS, Business Education; FBLA Sec.·Treas., Mission Band

HELEN K. OsHIRO Honolulu, Hawaii; AB, Psy· chology; H o n o r S o c i e t y , Mission Band, Social Science Club

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SENIORS

CHARLES

E. PETERS

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

JACK PACKWOOD Bethany. O k l a h o m a : AB. Psychology -Religion

POSEY J A E PARKER

Vivian, Louisiana; B , Bi­ ology

ROBERT L. OZMENT Bet han ) , O k l a h o m a ; AB. Natural cience

MARY Lou REEVES B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; BS, Elementary Education; De­ bate Squad, SNEA, peech Club

CoN IE PRICE N o w a t a , O k l a h om a : B , Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; FBLA Secretary

JOYCE RANSOM

CoY 0. PREssoN Broseley, Missouri; AB, Re­ ligion

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; AB, Sociology· Psychology; ECHO A s sociate E d i t o r , ARROW Staff, Social Sci­ ence Club Sec.-Treas., Pray­ er and Fasting


1959

WALLACE R. RENEGAR B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; AB, Religion

DELBERT L. SARGENT Beatrice, ligion

ebraska; AB, Re­

BILL C. RoHLMEIER Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

LAVETA SARGENT B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; BS, Business

CECIL W. ScHWENKE Guymon, O k l a h o m a ; BS, Business

NITA SHERRILL

RoBERT RAY ScoTT Fort Smith, Arkansas ; BS, Accounting; F B L A Presi· dent, Prayer and Fasting

Nowata, Oklahoma; BS, Ele­ mentary Education; Music Club, Prayer a n d Fasting, SNEA, Treble Choir.

BoBBY SLOAN B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; BS, Business

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SENIORS

DwiGHT SouTHWORTH

RAcHEL s�IITH Da, idson. Oklahoma; A B , English ; College Q u e e n , Honor Society, SNEA

RONALD SNOWBARGER Sylvia, K a n s a s ; BS, Busi­ ness ; Class Athletic Director, B-Club, FBLA, Varsity Bas­ ketball

DoROTHY JANE SLoAN

Garden City, Kansas ; AB. Religion : Who's Who, Class President, Student Council, Class Chaplain, Heart Pal King, B-Ciub Vice-President, Theological Assn. Sec.­ Treas., Ministerial Assn., ECHO Staff, Varsity Basket­ ball, Prayer and Fasting

Kingman, Kansas : BS. Ele­ mentary Education : Gospel Team. Prayer and Fasting, SNEA

CARL BERNARD SUMMER Freer, Texas ; AB, Religion ; Class Chaplain, Gospel Team President

BYRON STRANGE B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; AB, Religion

PAUL E. STROUD El Reno, Oklahoma; AB, Re· ligion

HERMAN STILLMAN Columbus, Ohio; BS, Math­ ematics

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GARY JAMES TAYLOR Blytheville, Arkansas; A B , History; Honor Society, His­ tory Club President

PATSY TEAS

MERLIN TAYLOR

Lovington, New Mexico; BS, Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; ARROW Staff, FBLA, Pray­ er and Fasting

B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; AB, Social Science ; SNEA

DALE L. TIRY Colorado Springs, Colorado; AB, Religion ; Speech Club

BARBARA JANE TOMKINS Fort Smith, Arkansas; AB, Music; Class Treasurer, A Cappella, Gospel Team, Mu­ sic Club President, Prayer and Fasting, SNEA

GRACE TwiNING

VERNA LEA TURNER Colorado Springs, Colorado; AB, English ; Honor Society, ECHO Staff, SNEA

Letona, Arkansas; BS, Ele­ mentary E d u c a t i o n ; Class Secretary, Dorm Citizenship Award, Gospel Team, Mis­ sion Band, Prayer and Fast­ ing, SNEA

ESTHER J. UERKVITZ B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; AB, Spanish

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SENIORS

0BED J. WATTERS Leon, Iowa; AB, :\1athema· tics; Who's Who. Honor So­ ciety, SNEA President

IsA WALLACE Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; EA

DOLORES JUNE WANSER Wiscasset, !\Iaine; B . Ele­ mentary Education ; H o m e Ec. Club, Prayer and Fast· ing, SNEA

CLAIR UITTS Independence, Kansas; AB. Religion

DALE WEBSTER Rogers, Arkansas ; BS, Busi­ ness ; A R R O W Business Manager, FBLA President, AU-Star Football Team

NADINE WATSON Springdale, Arkansas ; A B , Speech ; Mission Band, Pray­ er a n d Fasting, NEA, Speech Club Secretary

CLIFTON WATSON Longview, Texas : BS, Chem­ istry; A Cappella, Chemistry Club, Circle K Club Treasur­ er, ECHO Business Manager

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SHIRLENE WEBB Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ; BS, Elementary Education; Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, SNEA


1959

LONA MAE WHEATLY Alpena, Arkansas; BS, Busi· ness; FBLA Treasurer, Gos­ pel Team, Prayer and Fast· ing, SKEA

EDWARD LoY WILLIAMS

JULIA WHITE

Kansas City, Missouri; AB, English ; Social Science Club, Speech Club

B e t h a n y , O k l a h o m a ; AB, Speech

RoBERT D. WooD Trousdale, Kansas; BS, Bi­ ology; School Athletic Di­ rector, Biology Club Presi­ dent, B-Club, SNEA, All-Star Football Team

RICHARD YOUNG San Antonio, Texas

MARLENE ZIEBARTH

RoY GENE YouNG

St. James, Minnesota; BS, Home Economics; Home Ec. Club, SNEA

Alma, Arkansas; BS, Chem­ istry; Chemistry Club

JANIS ZINN Cardington, Ohio; BS, Ele­ mentary Education; Honor Society, SNEA

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Class Officers GEORGE KLINE, President DANNY STEELE, Student Council CHARLES CHILDRESS, Vice-President ANNE BOHLKE, Treasurer OWALAH HONAKER, Secretary DR. DON BEAVER, Sponsor GENE MARTIN, Chaplain

Representative

Juniors: Class of 1960 There is an indisputalJle boundary line that separates the upperclassman from his subordi­ nates. From his elevated perch he views them with condescending sympathy and bestows upon them a smile that boasts of friendliness with a slight tinge of superiority. Could it have been only three years ago that the worldly-wise juniors first faced Bresee Hall as naive, unversed freshmen? Well do the juniors re· member the boldness with which they met registra· tion, examination and initiation. Well do they remember also the spirit of vengeance with which they, as sophomores, later initiated their terrified successors. At the beginning of the year the juniors cele­ brated their promotion with a first-rate steak fry at Camp Don Shelley. Baked potato, salad, garlic bread and fried pies were the fitting complements for a perfect steak. Sitting around a glowing fire· place, members of the class witnessed a program of superb entertainment, climaxed by a genuine spitting contest. The Sunday afternoon before Christmas, still humming strains from The Messiah rehearsal, juniors rang the Beaver's doorbell and found themselves in the traditional Christmas fantasy· land. Pink Christmas balls, candles, cream puff, and the new stereo created an atmosphere of holi­ day gaiety that was deservingly anticipated, en­ joyed, and remembered.

While stnvmg to develop mentally and so· cially, the Class of 1960 has not neglected the welfare of their souls. Class prayer meetings, open· ing conventions and the college church have filled a need in lives that could have been satisfied by nothing else. The juniors have learned that a proper relationship to life is impossible without a proper relationship to God. As the school year neared its end, the Junior Class inevitably found themselves anticipating one event. At last the gala night did arrive-the eve· ning of the Junior-Senior Banquet. The Venetian Room of the Hotel Skirvin presented a fabulous background for this night of nights, this Nocturnal Interlude. Everyone's thoughts were completely captured by the food, the lovely bouquets, and especially the words of the speaker, R. G. Le­ Tourneau, as they forgot books and themes and indulged in this one night of luxurious festivity. Another year has spent its time. One question recurrently presents itself-" Have we grown?" The answer to this question determines the success of a year. Have the juniors, as individuals and as a class, developed? Has knowledge increased, and has this knowledge been accompanied by a corre· sponding ability to use it? Has relationship to God been strengthened, and are human relation­ ships therefore richer? A positive answer justifies the advancement of the Class of 1960.

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Anne Bohlke Milton R. Boydstun Diane Briggs ďż˝

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Carolyn Alexander Caretha Baird Kathy Alexander Loretta Bartley Verlin Anthony Charles Bohannan James Browning Jim Burgner Elberta Butler David Chandler

As a member of the Oklahoma Air National Guard, Dick Honaker is seen as he begins one of his scheduled flights.

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Charles R. Childress Vada Ann Clifton Jeanie Close Jeanette Cobb Carna Cole

Bobby A. Cox Joyce Cox Lloy Nell Cristy Janice Crockett Roy A. Davis, Jr.


Juniors

(Row l ) Patricia Decker Jack Dempsey Bill Dennis Henry Depue William D. Duke

( Row 2) Jo Dupree Jimmy L. Elkins Joe Wayne Farrow Bill Fowler Lonnie W. Fuson

(Row 3 ) Don Gadbow Yelda Jean Gordon Lois Graves Larry E. Green

(Row 4) Joe F. Guess Marjorie Hall Barbara Jane Hamilton Dean Harder

(Row 5) Duane Harder Billy J. Harris Ruth Ann Hart Beverly Helm

( Row 6) Karyn Herren Perry Hipple Dick Honaker Owalah Honaker

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Juniors

Orlando R. Jantz Scott L. Jennings Linda Lee Johnson

Gene Hood Charles Hoover Sheilia Hopkins

Bob Huffaker James Irwin Raymond Jacob

Danny Steele endeavors to instruct Pat Johnson and George Kline as to the best route in the all-school party skit "Trip Around the World."

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Linda Sue Johnson Patsy Johnson Marlene Kelley Raymond S. Kelley

Edna Lea Killam George Kline Wynell Knight Elvida Knode Lynda Land

Wales Lankford Richard H. Leffel Betty Link Bobbie Loper Ronald Lundy


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(Row 2) Billy R. \1attson Charlotte \1eador Stanley D. Meek John Metcalf Robert E. Miley

( Row 3) Rosalia \liley Lucy Bell \Iiller Loui"e ;\!iller Ray ďż˝!iller

(Row 4 ) Jon Mitts Ernest Moore Joyce Moore Charles Moreland

(Row 5) Bill Morris Joanne Mowry Chester Naramor Dean Newsom

(Row 6) Geraldine Nicholson Bill Norris John Norton David F. Odelherg

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Juniors

Ozey Reed

Marilyn Page Ralph Parks Judy Payne

Joseph M. Phipps Robert Prentice Marshall Pryor Twila Reiss George Richey Don Robb

Karyn Herren appears to have come out on the losing end of a snow fight with Corky Matthews.

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Gayle Robichaux Sylvia Rogers Kay Rowe Raymond Rowell Robert F. Schafer

Madalyn Shannon Glen F. Shore Yvonne Shumaker Henry Sickels Verla June Sloan


Juniors

( Row 1 ) Clariece Smith Doris Smith Robert G. Snodgrass Joyce Solomon La Rena Stanley

( Row 2 ) Naoma Stark Juanita Stearman Danny Steele Pat Strawn Betty Jean Sturgeon

(Row 3 ) Elda Ann Th路ornburg Bob Turner James Douglas Vaughan Donna Viser

(Row 4) Russell Walborn Kathryn Watson Paul Whitaker Merritt L. White

(Row 5) Clifton E. Wiens Richard L. Wikoff Fern Willisol'l James Wilmoth

(Row 6) Paul W. Wire Dorothy Worley Duane Yoesel Kay Young

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JIM HAMILTON, Vice-President

SUE LEWIS, Secretary WAY E �OYER, Chaplain

President

RUTH ANN SCROGGS, Student Council Representative

:\1ARY LY:\"X WICKER, Treasurer DR. FRED FLOYD, Sponsor

Sophomores: Class of 1961 Howdy! With this friendly greeting the Class of 1961 began their second year of college life by initiating the newly-arrived Freshman Class. Soph­ omore deputies were seen all over B. N. C. campus issuing orders and summons to the poor underclass­ men. A "corral" was built in the Memorial Student Union lounge and court was held each evening for the freshman "outlaws." The green freshmen were given their beanies on "Round-up Day," their faces were painted on "Branding Day," and "The Big Slaughter" came the night of the basketball game with the mighty sophomores merging victorious. Mid October found this original class in the Italian atmosphere of their pizza party. The Youth Center was gayly decorated and dimly-lit in true Italian fashion, and there was a complementary program. Shortly after the Christmas vacation, the sophs surprised their class sponsor, Dr. Fred Floy, with a birthday party. A money tree with 27 attached dollar bills was presented to Dr. Floyd to com­ memOI·ate his 27 years in Christian education. Typical of their class motto, "Labourers To­ gether with God," the sophomores took time from their busy schedules each Wednesday during ac-

tivity period for class prayer meetings. These serv­ ices, led by the class chaplain with different class members taking active parts, proved to be times of spiritual ble ing and times of clo eness as a class. This spirit remained in each project the sophomores undertook as a class. As Easter-time drew near, the sophomores "followed their noses" to Will Rogers Park for an Easter sunrise breakfa t. There they found ham and eggs and all the trimmings. After a brief in­ spirational talk by Curtis Smith, B. N. C. field representative, communion was taken by the class members. Highlighting the year's activities was the an­ nual Sophomore Clas Outing. Buses took a wide­ awake and eager group to Camp Classen and Turner Falls and returned the same group, sleepy and tired, to the campus after a day full of food, fun and frolics. Moving pictures were taken of all these activi­ ties to add to those of last year. These happy mo­ ments will long be remembered, not only because they are recorded on film, but because they are re­ corded in the heart and memory of every member of the Class of 1961.

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Sophomores

Pat Belcher Judy Bink Jane Bohannan

Edwin Abla

Crystal Aubrey

Joan Abla

Buddy Baker

Carl Lee Aubrey

Delores Bechtle

Rodney Bowen Don Bridgwater Boh Brown Steve Brown

A group of B.N.C. students attending the ceremonies of the Church of the Nazarene at Pilot Point, Texas consent to have their picture taken.

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Judy Burnham

Becky Casey

Barbara Burton

John Chamberlain

Hoyt Cargol

Ruth Chestnut

Don Carley

Francis Clegg

Carolyn Case

Eleanor Coate::;


Sophomores

(Row 1 ) Francis Collins Bobbie Cooley Janie Cooper Gladys Copeland Richard Cox

(Row 2) Donna Kaye Crawford Dorothy Crawford Ronald Cronk Linda Crow

(Row 3) Sandra Cuppy Sandra Currie Carolyn Daniel Lanny Daugherty

(Row 4) Jerry Davis Betty Demetre Elba Depue Ann Dibble

(Row 5) Carl Dimond Rod Dobson Adeline Dommer Bobby Dorough

(Row 6) Betty Dorsey Paul Durham Gilbert Elliot Sharon Ellison

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Sophomores

Phyllis Gearhart Bob Goodman John Greve

Elvera Enns Elvira Frost Floyd Enterline Barbara Ferguson Gene Galbraith

The International combination of Dennis Kim and Normando Lint provide musical entertainment at the sophomore pizza party.

Pauline Hammer Ray Hance Janice Hancock Lillian Hanner Sharon Hansmeyer

Beverly Harral Shirley Harrington Rita Harris Wendell Harrison Doyle Hawthorn


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(Row 2) James Henley Conrad Herman Barbara Hill Fred Hodgeboom

(Row 3) Kathy Hollis Harold Holmes Carolyn Hood Opal Hoppe

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(Row 5)

Luetta Inglish Dixie Ingram Kay Jeffries Mary Jennings

Comer Johnson Jane Johnson Dave Jones Linda Jones

(Row 6) Tommy Jones John Kelley Dennis Kim Kent Kline

Carolyn Haynes Carol Heitman Donald Heitman Judy Helms Kenneth Hembree "'\

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Sophomores

Albert Laughlin Janice Laughlin Ruth Anna Lewis

Harold Knotts

Jerrold Lake

Robert Kramer

Kathy Lane

Betty Lackey

Edwin Latham Phillip Lighthill Normando Lint Phyllis Lounsbury

Bonnie Loving

Judy McNeil

Russell Lundy

Gladys McReynolds

Yvonne McCleery

Edna Mabry

Melvin McCullough Marshall Martin Lynn Carr's operational techniques captivate the interest of . BIOlogy Club members and their guests.

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Jannell McFarland

Carlton Matthews


Sophomores

( Row 1 ) W. H. Meek Angie Miller Dene Moore Sylvia Moore Don Morgan

( Row 4) Ed Nicholson Roberta Nielson Wilomae Owens Gloria Page

( Row 2) Wade Morgan Barbara Morris Meredith Morse lvadene Mounts

( Row 5) Robert Page Anita Parmer Bonita Parmer Colene Patterson

(Row 3) Wayne Moyer Frances Myers Marlow Neuschwanger Sharron Neufeld

( Row 6) Ellen Payne Loretta Payne Scott Peters Jack Petty

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Sophomores

Mona Presson Loretta Proctor Curtiďż˝ Robertson

John Phipps

Elaine Powell

Cynthia Popejoy

Una Powell

Lewis Poteet

Kenneth Presson

Bertha Santin Ruth Ann Scroggs Tom Sellers Timothy Seo

It appears that the registration ritual is fatiguing and frustrat­ . mg to faculty and freshmen alike.

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Anneitta Shepperd

Mildred Simpson

Mildred Sherman

Jim Smith

Phyllis Shumake

Lynn Smith

Milton Shumaker

Wendell Snowbarger

Glenda Sickels

Carl Soliday


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Pat Stafford

Darlene Thiessen

Dwight Uphaus

Delores Stallings

Norman Thiessen

Danny Walton

Wayne Stark

Mildred Tipton

Karen Watson

Laverne Sutherland

Mary Tompkins

Judy Wellmon

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Thomas White

Grace Williamson

Edythe Wise

Mary Lynn Wicker

Alice Jane Wilson

Carol Yarbrough

Floyd Wilder

Richard Wind

Pat Yarbrough

Jene Williams

Gerald Wisdom

Sharon Young

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JOE TOMPKINS, Vice-President

GAIL JERGE:\"SEN, Treasurer

DELETTA YANDEGRIFT, Secretary

NOR\1AN HUX:\1AN, Student Council Rep.

RICHARD SPINDLE, Chaplain

DR. HAROLD HOYT, Class Sponsor

MISS ELIZABETH SMITH, Class Sponsor

Fresh�nen, Class of 1962 In September the individuals of the Freshman Class began a new chapter in their lives. This ad­ vent on the campus initiated many events which were to mark their memory. One of these was initiation week or "Howdy Week." Decorated with various colored beanies, the green freshmen soon got the feel of college life. With dignity they displayed red and green painted faces, but a time of humility came when forfeits were paid for not obeying the sophomores' initia· tion pranks. Having survived this first week, the neophytes soon began getting acquainted among themselves. The Youth Center was the scene of the first class party, an informal time of eating, singing, and fellowship. Across this page in the froshs' memory flashes a tinge of delightful reminiscence. Sports-wise, the Freshman Class became more and more sure of themselves. After tieing with the Senior Class for the basketball title, the freshmen went on to capture the much-coveted Echo Tourna· ment crown. Of course, the spirit of the class back· ing its team made this a more thrilling event. For

it was at this time the class as a whole learned the meaning of real team work. Among the pages of these exciting and un­ forgettable experiences appear more serious mo· ments of meditation and prayer together as a class. More rewarding than all the parties and other social events on the campus were these times of spiritual growth the freshmen received from the atmosphere of the campus, the Christian faculty, and their class prayer meetings. Toward the end of this first chapter one event stands out. This is the Freshman Banquet. Once again the freshmen realized the importance of team work. Truly this occasion highlighted the year and will long be remembered by every member of the Class of 1962. Now, standing on the threshold of a new chapter i n their college career, the Freshman Class look to a greater tomorrow, knowing that all the experiences of this firl)t year will remain in their memory, but knowing that the experiences of a new chapter will be even more rewarding if they but make them so.

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Freshmen

Beth Baggett Coetta Baker Jeannette Barton

Winford Akins Brenda Albright Bertha Alexander

Barbara Atkins Louise Atkinson Eleanor Aubrey Pat Basham Gary Beck Jettie Ann Belew Larry Bernstorf

James Bertram June Black Patricia Bodine Jake Bowers James Brannon

Mrs. Curtis Smith is temporarily the center of attention a t the all-school party.

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Noel Braswell Janice Brechbill Douglas Breithaupt Sandy Browning Shirley Buffington


Carolyn Crider Maridell Cunningham Ellen Dale

Nevin Burkhart Homer Butler Phyllis Butts Judy Calhoun ]o Ann Callison

Stepheni Carr Dortha Castleberry Daniel Chamberlain Boh Chilton

Larry Classen Ralph Classen Roe Cline Don Close

Adrain Davis \llarjorie Davis Wendell Davis Joan Dean

Violet Cochran Dorothy Combs Merrietta Cook Judy Craig Marilyn Crawford

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Freshmen

Darrell Duer Joel Duggan Richard Dumas

Judith Deneen Charles Dodgen Melva Jo Dorn

Curtis Dorris Harold Dorris Belva Douglas Wand a Duvall Merrill Ecker Ellen Edge Karen Ehrlich

Richard Emerson Jerry Engle Sherman Enterline Don Ferguson Jan Fitysimmons Lynn "the nose" Carr and Vada Ann Clifton have apparently collaborated in a successful joke.

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Terry Francis Bob Friesen Gene Frye Carol Fuson Ruth Garner


Walter Hawkins Jim Headley Joy Henshaw

Joe Gibbs William Gilbert Arlene Goldsmith Evangeline Grant Sharon Grass

Peggy Graves Cecil Gray Carol Jo Green Marina Green

Donna Greiner Gloria Hall Joel Hamilton Gene Hancock

Georgia Herren Roy Herren Delores Hinshaw Nelda Hobbs

Linda Hargis Zelda Hart Kenneth Harvey Judith Harverly Alton Hawkins

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Freshmen

Norma Huffaker Darrell Ruling Dolores Jameson

John Hodges Anna Mae Hodgson Thad Hofmann

Stanley Howse Dena Hubbard Benny Hubby

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Lenore Jeffries Rue Jennings Gail Jergensen Herbert. Joines

) Donald Jones James Jones Jim Kane Paul Keeling Kletes Kelly Anne Bohlke's amorous advances bring much disquietment to Loy Williams in a skit at the Heart Pal Coronation.

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Judy Knudson Verna Mae Kidd Charles Kimbrough Irene Kindall Twila 1\ing


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Carole Korb Phyllis Krey Jimmy Lambert Jean Langley Tarry Lashley

Charlotte Laughlin Robert Laywell Wanda Lea Gerald Lee

Linda Lehman Charlene Leming Onnalee Leonard Larkey Lucas

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Sue Meek Leota Melton Bill Meyer Darrel Miley

Harrell Lucky Bobbie McAlister Janey McDowell Tom McLaughlin Farris McNutt

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Freshmen

Larry Naggetz Cah路in Newkirk Elizabeth Nichols

Becky Miller Sandra Mills Carolyn Montgomery

Kaye Moore Mary Nell Morgan Martha Munhollon Jeanette Nord Cairo! Parker Linda Parker Virginia Parris

LaDell Patterson Roberta Payne Shirley Payton Shirley Pearcy Gilbert Pelts

Food, an essential ingredient at any fiesta, receives partic颅 ular attention at the Mexican booth at the all-school party.

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Claire Phillips Eileen Philips Mary Sue Pierce Mildred Pierce Geneva Powers


Harold Shira Phil Showalter Phil Shrout

Barbara Price Johnny Rayburn Ervin Reimer Joy Ridings Gerald Rieger

Joy Riley Jerry Roberts Earllene Robnett Jerry Rose

Christine Rust

Sara Sampson

Theresa Schmidt Robert Schroeder

Dred Simmons Paul Simmons Joan Sloan Ardeth Smith

Floyd Schwanz

Ann Sears

Merle Sellers Yvonne Senter Janene Sharp

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S. C. Stevenson Peggy Sullivan Shirley Sykes

Barth Smith Lanny Snodgrass Richard Spindle

Ruth Ann Stark Elton Stetson Lester Stevenson Barbara Tanner Rebecca Tedman Garreth Tennyson Nelda Thomas

Delon Thompson Jack Thompson Emogene Thornton Geraldine Thornton Mary Tobey Freshmen "cattle" are corraled by sheriff Ray Hance during initiation week.

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John Wright Claude Yates Ray Yerkes

Patricia Wooster Leonard Worcester Garq \\'right

Florence Walden Brenda Waldroop Mary Ann Walker Duane Wall Randy Wanser

Johnny Wheelbarger Beth Wiegman Janice White Floyd Weise Becky Westmoreland Mona White onna White Betty Wharton

Stan Wilkins Julius Williams Lawrence Williams Nelda Willingham David Wilson

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The recent addition of church offices and classrooms

Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Phillips

Bethany First Church Of the many Churches of the Nazarene in the Oklahoma City area, one in particu­ lar aims its program at the B. N. C. student. The Bethany Church of the Nazarene, under the leadership of Dr. E. S. Phillips, pastor, is the focal point of many college religious activities: gospel rallies, class prayer meet­ ings, religious organization meetings, reviv­ als, opening conventions, and the customary week-by-services. As the first stage of a $300,000 remod­ eling program, the church has completed this year an addition of church offices and class­ rooms in modern styling. Professors Ray Bowman and Robert Lawrence assisted with the planning of this $75,000 addition. The church provides a youth center which is involved in many extra-curricular activities of B. N. C. It affords a home church for most of the college students and is long remembered by those who attended as "Col­ lege Church."

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Messiah Historic music of the Christian religion was again presented on December 14, 1958, as the volunteer student oratorio chorus ren揃 dered George Frederick Handel's "The Mes足 siah." The choir was directed by Professor Lester Dunn and was accompanied by an orchestra under the direction of Assistant Professor Keith Pagan. Soloists for this year's performance, some of whom have assisted before, were Mrs. Ma足 bel Sonnevik, soprano; Mrs. E. S. Phillips, contralto; Mr. Geron Brown, bass; and As足 sistant Professor H. Eugene Chambers, tenor. Accompanists were Mrs. A. LeRoy Taylor, organist, and Mrs. Lester Dunn, pianist. An outstanding musical and spiritual event of the year, the performance of "The Messiah" was presented in the College Church, with over 150 students participating.

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Oratorio The Bethany Na7.arene College oratorio chorus, on April 19, 1959, presented "The Holy City" by A. R. Gaul. The choir, consisting of one hundred fifty student voices, was directed by Professor Lester Dunn. InvolYed in the presentation of "The Holy City" were the following special performers: Jacquelin Do kocil, soprano; Geraldine Thornton, mezzo-soprano; Gene Galbraith. baritone; Assistant Professor H. Eugene Chambers. tenor; and the Freshman Trio, including Sandra Browning. Geraldine Thornton, and Deletta Vandegrift. Accompanists for the oratorio were Mrs. A. Leroy Taylor, organist, and Mrs. Lester Dunn, Pianist. The first part of "The Holy City" was suggested by the passages of scripture, "Here have we no continuing city," "Thy Kingdom come," and sets forth the desire for a higher life, as expressed in the words, "My soul is athirst for God," which de ire is followed by other passages expressive of the perfection of the higher life, such as "Eye hath not seen." The second part wa uggested by the words, "I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away," thus realizing the desire and promises contained in the first part. With the exception of two hymns, a verse from Milton, and three verses from the Te Deum, the words are entirely scriptural.

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Chapel Speakers

Dr. Kenneth Rice

Rev. Harold Madden

Dr. Hugh C. Benner

Dr. J. T. Gassett

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Rev. EUon Wood Missionary to Cape Verde

Dr. Evelyn Witthoff Missionary to India

Pilot Point

Drs. D. I. Vanderpool, J. B. Williamson, Hardy C. Powers, and Hugh C. Benner, general superintendents, are seen at the 50th Anni颅 versary Celebration of the Church of the Nazarene at Pilot Point, Texas, on October 13, 1958.

Dr. H. Orton Wiley "Jeaks to the group gathered at the Pilot 1', 路"lt celebration.

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Revivals and Conventions

Rev. Charles Hastings Smith Spring Revival

Rev. Bernie Smith Fall Revival

Dr. Ray Hance Opening Convention

Dr. Mel-Thomas Rothwell Opening Convention

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KING'S MESSENGERS QUARTET Dick Leffel, Norman Huxman, Ray Yerkes, Ralph Yerkes

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Sandy Cuppy, Phyllis Shumake, Jeannie Close

Ladies Trios

Sandy Browning, Geraldine Thornton, Delletta Vandegrift

Karen Watson, Barbara Burton, Donna Kaye Crawford

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Members of Prayer and Fasting

OFFICERS: Gene Martin, pres.; Linda Johnson, sec.­ treas.; and Dr. Garner, sponsor.

Prayer and Fasting The Prayer and Fasting League is com­ posed of those students who desire to fast and pray each Friday noon. This group is to be commended for their consistent spiritual contribution to the atmos­ phere of B. N. C. Its uniquely spiritual services are well known. As each worshiper prayerfully enters the College church sanctuary, he imme­ diately senses a Divine Presence, and instinc­ tively heeds the Psalmist's exhortation to "be still and know that I am God." Rich spiritual rewards may be had for the reaping by all sin­ cere participants in this service. Prayer and Fasting members contribute weekly toward a Foreign Missions project. This year the group provided two organs for work on the mission field in Argentina.

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Mission Band Realizing the importance of a foreign mis­ sions emphasis in every Christian society, Mis­ sion Band endeavors to bring to B. N. C. stu­ dents a stirring missionary program twice each month. The world wide need of the gospel has been effectively presented by visiting speakers, returned missionaries, missionary appointees, and our own professors.

OFFICERS: Doris Smith, treas.; Jane Bohannan, sec.; Miss Olson, sponsor; Ruth Rawlins, vice-pres.; and Glen Chesnut, pres.

This group, composed of called missionary students and those with missionary interests, unites in prayer fot our missionaries around the world. Prayers also ascend for the needy peoples with whom they work. As this year's foreign mission project, funds were provided for a national pastor's home in Transvaal, Africa. Mission Band maintains an active schedule of presenting missionary services and programs in the churches in this area. These efforts have brought untold blessings. 125


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Gospel Team OFFICERS: Wesley Henry, Song Leader; Jene Hen足 derson, Sec.-Treas.; Jim Christy, Vice Pres.; Lloyd Milli足 kan, Pres.; Dr. W. N. King, sponsor.

As one of the important religious organi足 zations on the campus of B. N. C., Gospel Team ministers to the spiritual needs of the student body. Under the direction of its annually elect足 ed student leaders, the conducted services are often found richly rewarding by those who attend. The principal participants in the bi-monthly evangelistic services are student ministers and those preparing for other areas of Christian service. This provides not only a proving ground for Christian workers in training, but also a foundation upon which to build a futue life of fruitful and effective service. The ministry of Gospel Team also extends beyond the campus. Through a singing group and student ministers, it reaches each Sunday into churches throughout this educational zone. In this manner it provides a very worthwhile service.

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Representative group of the Beth Ann Organization

Mrs. Sawyer, Mrs. Hoyt, and Mrs. Cantrell, faculty ladies, serve at the reception.

Beth Anns If it were possible for anyone to have as many problems as a minister, that dubious honor would certainly go to his wife. The Beth Ann organiza足 tion derives its name from the word Bethany, sig足 nifying the typical minister's wife. The group is formed with a program of ines足 timable value to all those who are members. Mrs. Cantrell, sponsor, who herself was a pastor's wife for many years, is an expert leader. Occasional special speakers are invited, and such subjects as the role of the minister's wife i n the community and problems pertaining to her home as the par足 sonage are discussed. At the beginning of the year a reception was given for all ministerial students and their wives. A banquet was the highlight of the year.

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Band Providing a means of expression for those advocates of the woodwind, brass, and per足 cussion instruments is the band under the able leadership of Professor Keith Pagan. During the basketball season, the pep band added spirit to the games, while the band as a whole with its program of classical and popular music entertained the student body in chapel and other concerts. Smaller, special足 ized ensembles, composed of various band members, provide the proper mood for ban足 quets and small social events. With all these activities the band is fast becoming an outstanding organization on the campus of BNC.

OFFICERS: Tommy Jones, vice-pres.; Irene Kindall, sec.; Dwight Uphaus, pres.; Prof. Pagan, sponsor.

Front Row: P. Rehfeldt, I. Kindall, E. Killam, B. Case y T. Jones, J. Knudson, J. Wright, P. Whittaker, N. Thomas, H. Arnett. Second Row: B. Tanner, J. Metcalf, C. Aubry, D. Clark, J. Roberts, W. Craighead, R. Rodeheaver, A. Snow足 barger, R. Grossman, L. Snodgrass, P. Durham, P. Yarbrough, D. Uphaus. Third Row: J. Petty, T. Davis, J. Johnson, Prof. Pagan. ,

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A Cappella Choir Representing some of the finest musical talent on the campus is the A Cappella Choir. Serving not only as an excellent vocal assem­ blage, the choir also functions as a represent­ ative group in its travels over the educational zone. This year the annual tour took the choir through the states of Texas, Arkansas, Lou· isiana, and Oklahoma. The choir promotes and presents the superlative in sacred music and in so doing, characterizes the spirit in which they sing. On the social scene, many enjoyable evenings spent in the Dunn home provide times of relaxation and fun for the choir members. Music week brings the choir to a lighter vein of music emphasizing semi­ classical music.

OFFICERS: Carolyn Swigart, sec.; Dwight Uphaus, vice-pres.; Prof. Dunn, sponsor; Ed Nicholson, pres.

Front Row: K. Watson, J. McFarland, S. Browning, B. Helm, R. Garner, D. Crawford, W. Owens, D. Clark. Sec­ ond Row: M. Gibson, K. Meador, C. Swigart, M. Tipton, I. Kindall, B. Phillips, B. Burt�n. J. Johnston, E. Coates. Third Row: C. McCreery, D. Newsom, W. Moyer, D. !\forgan, P. Durham, D. Isaacs, R. !\Iiley, G. Hancock, B. Norris. Fourth Row: T. White, L. Patterson, 1\1. McCullough, C. Watson, S. Wilkins, E. Nicholson, J. Farrow, B. Prentice, D. Uphaus.

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Biology Club B. N . C . has o n its campus a group of students who gaze through microscopes and soil their hands on formalin-preserved speci­ mens. These fine folks are the ones who oc­ casionally are heard mumbling incoherent phrases containing such alarming words as trophozoite, erythrocyte, Amphioxus, and what-do-you-call-it. Many of these people will become doctors, dentists, nurses, or biology teachers. In order to exchange ideas and to im­ prove interdepartmental relations, a Biology Club has been formed for these students and others interested in the biological sciences. A more sophisticated name, Beta Sigma Lamb­ da, though less frequently used, is the official title. The organization is affiliated with the Oklahoma Academy of Science, and is spon­ sored by Professor Robert Lawrence. Activi­ ties of the club include lectures, educational films, and demonstrations of various types. OFFICERS: Pauline Hammer, vice-pres.; Joan Dean, fresh rep.; Madalyn Shannon, pres.; Lynn Carr, pub. chairman; Frances Clegg, sec.-treas.

Front Row: P. Hammer, P. Masters, F. Clegg, C. Crider, R. Jennings, V. DeVore. Second Row: C. Haynes, A. Coose, M. Cunningham, K. Newlin, J. Dean, J. Deneen, 0. Hoppe. Third Row: A. Garner, M. Carter, J. Breckbill, M. Sellers, L. Miller, M. Shannon. Fourth Row: T. Sellers, D. Walton, J. Hodges, R. Hance, V. Beckett, J. Burgner.

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Chemistry Club Never has there been a greater emphasis placed on science and scientific research. The fact that we are living in a scientific age is clearly demonstrated by the growing interest in Alpha Beta Chi, the Chemistry Club on our campus. Included among the interesting and varied progrnms, which the club presents monthly, are scientific films, chemical and other scien足 tific demonstrations, and speakers, which in足 clude scientists who hold the responsible po揃 sitions in industry. The activities of Alpha Beta Chi each year include a banquet, honoring the chemistry alumni members, and a field trip. The field trip this year consisted of a visit to the Phil足 lips Plant in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Each year the club attempts to contribute useful gift to the Science Department. This year the gift was a set of scientific paintings to be hung in the hall of the science building.

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OFFICERS: Dr. Beaver, sponsor; Dave Jones, pres.; Ruth Ann Scroggs, sec.-tres.; Joe Guess, vice-pres.

Front Row: C. Crider, P. Hammer, J. Deneen, J. Dean, R. Scroggs, M. Cunningham. Second Row: B. Shira, F. Bodgeboom, C. Watson, D. Carley. Third Row: R. Young, R. Lundy, J. Wilmoth, J. Norell. Fourth Row: R. Dobson, D. Jones, Dr. Beaver.

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Circle-K The Circle-K club is a new men's club formed this year at Bethany Nazarene Col· lege. It was organized with the intention of performing duties of service which will di­ rectly benefit the students and the college. Because of its unique purpose, Circle-K r.:an work in close . cooperation with other school organizations. Membership in Circle-K is restrictive. Persons desiring to affiliate are required to meet the minimum scholastic standard deter­ mined by the school and live consistently by school standards. Applicants are approved by the faculty and voted in by the entire club membership. Circle-K is an affiliate of Ki­ wanis International, which governs the basic policies.

OFFICERS: Danny Steele, pres.; Ray Hance, vice-pres.; Harrell Lucky, sec.; Clifton Watson, treas.; Prof. Lawrence, sponsor; Hubert Harris, Kiwanis sponsor.

Seated: D. Steele, R. Hance, M. McCullough, S. Brown, W. Lankford, R. Spindle, G. Jergenson, B. Chilton. Stand­ ing: Prof. Lawrence, M. Pryor, S. Wilkins, K. Kline, C. Johnson, H. Lucky, G. Martin, D. Wall, C. Parker, H. Harris, G. Kline, C. Watson.

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Varsity Debate The Varsity Debate squad, reorganized this year after a lapse of several years, pro­ vides a wonderful experience for students in­ terested in the fields of persuasive and argu­ mentative speaking. The squad is composed of several teams of two members each. In intercollegiate competition, an annually predetermined subject is used. This year the subject was: "Resolved that the further de­ velopment of nuclear weapons should be pro­ hibited by international agreement." Under the expert supervision of Dr. Ell­ wood Tame, who formerly coached debate at Denver University, the squad has accumulated an impressive won-lost record against such competition as Dartmouth, Colorado, North­ western, Baylor, and other outstanding col­ leges and universities.

OFFICERS: Dr. Tame, sponsor, and Joe Wayne Farrow, president.

Front Row: S. Neufeld, N. Cinnamon, M. Tobey, J. Roberts, Dr. Tame. Second Row: J. W. Farrow, J. McGraw, D. Wall, G. Shore.

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Ed Nicholson, Paul Durham, Dwight Uphaus

Small Ensembles

Wendel Craighead, Charles Bohannon, Henry Ar路 nett, Dwight Uphaus

Under the direction of the faculty of the instrumental department, the small instrumental ensembles fill a definite need on our campus. They vary in composition from French horn quartet and Saxophone quartet to brass quartet and trio. These groups serve in various capacities during the year from giving chapel programs, to entertaining at banquets and small social events. The brass trio accompanied the A Cappella Choir on its an颅 nual tour. Some of the definite purposes of the small ensembles is to provide variety from large ensembles su9h as band and orchestra, and to give forming experiences for instrumentalists. However, participation is open to any student by audition, and academic credit may be received.

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F. B. L. A. Future Business Leaders of America is an international organization for all college and high school students interested in business. F. B. L. A. is a new organization on the cam足 pus this year, but it should be an important one for those planning to enter business as a career. In our capitalistic society, it is important that all be familiar with the business world. F. B. L. A. attempts to present many oppor足 tunities for such an acquaintance. This is ac足 complished by interesting field trips, films, and informative speeches given by individuals who are familiar with business vocations.

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OFFICERS: Prof. Snell, sponsor; Lorene Owens, pres.; Judy Payne,

vice-pres.; Connie Price, sec.

Front Row: C. Price, L. Owens, S. Young, T. Schmidt, Prof. Snell. Second Row: P. Teas, J. Payne, E. Knode, B. Albright. Third Row: G. Beck, M. White, M. Neuschwanger, R. Wanser, C. Schwenke.

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Home Economics The Home Economics club is especially de足 signed with those interested in the field of home economics in mind. Anyone enrolled in a home economics course, or majoring in the field, is eligible for membership. This club endeavors to furnish the world of today and tomorrow with efficient, able homemakers. Girls who are planning careers in this field receive experience and informa足 tion which will enable them to train others concerning modern methods and new ideas of this rapidly advancing field. Interesting activities during the year have provided first-hand information concerning current topics of styles, fashions, cooking, and etiquette.

OFFICERS: Yvonne Schumake, vice-pres.; Gladys Copeland, treas., Dr. Greve, sponsor, Jene Henderson, sec., Carolyn Alexander, pres.

Front Row: G. Copeland, D. Briggs, C. Alexander. Second Row: E. Dale, E. Wise, E. Enos, Miss LaDue. Third Row: R. Lewis, l\1. Zeibarth, M. Carter, G. Jernigan, K. Jones, J. Henderson, U. Powell.

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Men' "B" Club In the physical education department, the principal student organization is the Men's "B" Club. Its aim and purpose is to stimulate and encourage physical development among the male students at B. N. C., and to promote all campus athletic programs. In order to become a member of the "B" Club, a student is required to have received a letter in one of the three major intra-mural sports, which are football, basketball, or soft­ ball. Only those athletes who are elected to the all-star team at the end of each respective season are eligible to receive letters. The members of the Redskins' varsity basketball team who receive varsity letters are also eli­ gible for membership. Perhaps the most outstanding endeavor of the club is the presentation of a sportsman­ ship award trophy at the end of each school year to the one athlete on campus who the club feels has displayed the highest qualities of sportsmanship and fair play.

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Music Club Promoting a n appreciation for good music on the BNC campus is the �fusic Club. The purpose of this organization is to help music enthusiasts incorporate various phases of mu· sic into their daily lives. The programs this year have included everything from opera to musical films and performances of guest mu­ sicians. Through these various programs tse members have learned the importance of mu­ sic in their lives. Music majors and minors largely compose the membership of the Music Club. However, all who are interested in music are welcome to attend the monthly meetings.

OFFICERS: Mrs. Dunn, sponsor; Gayle Robichaux, sec.; Kathy �feador, vice-pres.; Barbara Tompkins, pres.

Front Row: S. Grass, B. Tompkins, K. Meador, G. Robichaux, S. Browning, K. Watson, D. Clark. Second Row: P. Bodine, M. Green, N. Thomas, C. Swigart, S. Lewis, B. Casey, V. Clifton, P. Yarbrough. Third Row: J.\.lrs. Dunn, E. Dale, E. Grant, I. Kindall, 0. Leonard, J. Doskocil, L. Stanley, M. Tipton. Fourth Row: D. Wilson, E. Nicholson, P. Durham, H. Lucky T. Jones, D. Upbaus.

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ORCHESTRA Striving to fulfill part of the need for instrumental culture on our campus, the orchestra, under the capable direction of Professor Keith Pagan, has presented various concerts throughout the year. In the second year of performance since its reviving, the orchestra has, in the words of its director, made remarkable progress. Also, the orchestra has served ably as accompaniment for the annual presentation of the Mes­ siah. Since 1957 it has presented chapel programs, concerts, and has par· ticipated in the Music Week activities each year. This year the orchestra has presented from its repertoire, compositions by Bach, Handel, Mozart, and Strauss. Membership is not confined to music majors or minors, but is open to any student by tryout.

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Phi Delta Lambda Character, scholarship, leadership, and service are qualities becoming a member of Alpha Nu, an affiliate of the Epsilon chapter of the National Honor Society functioning throughout the Nazarene Colleges. Phi Delta Lambda was established to promote scholar· ship and friendly relations among students throughout the nation. A grade point average of 3.4 must be maintained for one academic year i n order to be eligible. The group includes leaders from all phases of campus life, from student council president and senior class president, to officers in vari­ ous clubs in all departments of education. Though scholarship achievements take first place, extra-curricular activities aren't omit­ ted. Banquets and parties are on the agenda for those who use their time wisely. Meet­ ings are held each month at a luncheon in the Peniel Room of the Student Union. OFFICERS: John Phipps, vice-pres.; Dr. A. Laughbaum, sponsor; Vada Clifton, sec.; Verlon Anthony, pres.

Each spring certification and pins are presented to the members to formally denote their membership in the group.

Front Row: K. Watson, J. Zinn, L. Jones, R. Smith, Dr. Laughbaum, J. Cox, V. Clift�n, F. McClung, R. Rawlings. Second Row: P. Hammar, A. Garner, J. Payne, V. Marshall, B. Link, U. Powell, E. Killam, L. Inglish. Third Row: R. Hance, G. Taylor, L. Poteet, D. Carley, W. Henry, R. Wikoff, V. Anthony, J. Phipps. Fourth Row: D. Uphaus, P. Dur­ ham, 0. Watters, E. Nicholson, J. Norell, W. Craighead, J, Moon, 0. McClain, D. Harder.

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S. N. E. A. The John R. Mott chapter of the Student National Education Association is a profes­ sional association for Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege students who are preparing to teach. With membership in this organization one becomes a student member of the National Education Association, and the Oklahoma Education Association with all the rights, privileges, and responsibilities of associate membership in these professional organiza­ tions. A member also receives the publica­ tions put out by these organizations. S. N. E. A. provides members with op­ portunities for developing personal growth and professional competence; for gaining an understanding of the history, ethics, and pro­ gram of the organized teaching profession; for participation in cooperative work on the problems of the profession and the commu­ nity; and for active professional membership on the local, state, national, and world levels. OFFICERS: Dora Glidewell, vice-pres.; 1\Iiss Spruce, sponsor; Beverly Oliver, sec.; Ronald Cronk, treas.; Obed Watters, pres.; Carna Cole, historian.

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Social Science Club Combining this year the fields of history, political science, sociology, and psychology, the Social Science Club carries on a broad and rich tradition. The only unity found by students from such varied fields is often in this comprehensive organization.

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OFFICERS: Kent Kline, vice-pres.; Lewis Poteet, pres., Joyce Ransom, sec.-tres.; Dr. Ladd, sponsor.

Front Row: L. Poteet, J. Ransom, L. Jones, L. Miller. Second Row: Dr. Ladd, J. Kennedy, J. Moore, M. Morse, K. Newlin, J. Rayburn, B. Loper Back Row: K. Kline, D. Sheffield, D. Morgan, W. Craighead, G. Taylor, G. Kline, Dr. Garner.

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Speech Club "Speech club meets tonight at 6:30" is synonymous with "There will be an interest­ ing and worthwhile program tonight." Films, interpretative readings and an intercollegiate debate were crowned with a faculty recital by the sponsor, Miss Bessie Olson. These activi­ ties were sponsored by the speech enthusiasts of the Epsilon Gamma Sigma. Although of primary interest to speech majors and minors, most speech club activi­ ties are open to any who desire to attend. The cultivation of an appreciation for good literature as well as a lot of good entertain­ ment joins with the opportunity for perform­ ance before an audience by budding drama­ tists and speakers. Together they give Epsilon Gamma Sigma an important place on the campus of B. N. C. OFFICERS: Owalah Honaker, vice-pres.; Miss Olson, sponsor; Nola Cinnamon, pres.; Nadine Watson, sec.; Ronnie Lundy, treas.

Front Row: Mrs. Schumann, J. Stearman, N. Watson, 0. Honaker, Miss Olson. Second Row: D. Clark, A. Bohlke, S. Neufeld, R. Rawlins, K. Watson, M. Forshee, M. Tobey. Third Row: Dr. Tame, D. Wall, L. Williams, J. W. Farrow, R. Bowen, T. White, J. Roberts.

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The Arrow Staff

Jerry Roberts, Francis Clegg, Ruth Lewis, Ladell Patterson, Beverly Oliver, Lewis Poteet, Patsy Teas, Vada Clifton, Duane Wall, Mary Lynn Wicker, Haridell Cunningham

The Arrow The ARROW belongs to you-the student body of Bethany Nazarene College. An effort has been made by the staff to capture the tangible, as well as the intangi足 ble, experiences of every student throughout the school year. After deciding on a modern theme for the year足 book, the editor designed the cover, carrying the same design throughout the book. In striving for more unity an asymetrical layout of pictures was used. Countless hours were spent by the staff in prepar足 ing a dummy, taking pictures, writing copy, making layouts, pasting pictures, and making innumerable trips to the printer. Many cups of coffee later, a tired staff took the final pages and copy to the printer, and sat back to wait for the finished product. With a sigh of relief, the staff presented to the student body the 1959 ARROW.

Jo Howard, Editor

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Sue Lewis, Associate Editor

Dale Webster, Business Manager

Mrs. Carol Lundy, Sponsor

Gary Taylor, Staff Artist; Arley Goulden, Staff Photographer

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The Echo Staff

Echo Filling the unique place in the newspaper world as a college newspaper, the Reveille Echo serves B. N. C. The policy of the paper has been not only to reflect the spirit of the campus by amplifying the common knowledge on past happenings, and stimu­ lating interest in future events, but also to express opinion and reaction to the events in our state, nation, and world. Dedicated to this broader vision are the editorials, an analysis of current news, and news ar­ ticles from time to time. The Echo aho presents campus news stories, feature article , club news, essays by student officers, religious articles, and a complete sports page. Intro­ duced this year were book reviews and an emphasis on letters to the editor. The publication of the Echo keeps the editor and his volunteer staff busy, as the paper is published approximately every two weeks during the school term. The Reveille Echo is a member newspaper of the Associated Collegiate Press, which provides pro­ fessional criticism and rating of value to the progres­ sive newspaper.

Wendel Craighead, Editor

148


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Jon Mitts and Joyce Ransom, Associate Editors

Arley Goulden, Staff Photographer

Dr. Anna Belle Laughbaum, Sponsor

Clifton Watson, Business Manager

149


Student Council Officers: Seated; Prof. Lester Dunn, Ann Garner, Jo Howard, Ruth Ann Scroggs. Standing; Wales Lankford, Danny Steele, Wendel Craighead, Dwight Southworth, Wesley Henry.

Student Council The Student Council is a student organization which plans for the activities and general welfare of the student body. This group is composed of members elected by the student body as a whole or by classes. These students serve as a means of communicating student ideas to the administration and represent the student body in matters which concern them. Social events and activities comprise most of the efforts of this group. The Student Council begins the fall term with an all-school get-acquainted party. This is followed by the organization and direction of the Homecoming activities. It is also responsible for the lovely banquets at Christmas and on St. Valentine's Day and sponsors Twirp Week. Other sponsored ac足 tivities provided for by the Student Council include various types of lyceums, the Heart Fund drive, the table tennis tournament, and a chapel program each week. Guided by their sponsor, Professor Lester Dunn, the Student Council not only plans the social activi足 ties but also works for a better relationship between students and administration. Wesley Henry, Student Council

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Robert Norton, Vice-President

Ann Garner, Secretary-Treasurer

Wales Lankford, Director of Religious Activities

Professor Lester Dunn, Sponsor

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Beverly Oliver

Zola Lankford

Pat Johnson

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Sue Lewis

Carolyn Swigart


Linda Johnson Homecoming Queen

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Heart Pal Attendants

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Faith McClung Heart Pal Queen

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Donna Kaye Crawford Attendant

Pat Johnson Attendant

Reveille Echo Tournament Coronation

Ruth Ann Scroggs Queen

158


Ruth Ann Scroggs Echo Tournament Queen

159


Christmas Banquet

Harrel Lucky, Janie Cooper, Steve Brown, and Kathy Lane seem more interested in the food than in the photographer at the Christmas banquet.

Seated at the head table are Dr. and Mrs. Cantrell, Wesley Henry, and Professor and Mrs. Dunn.

The play, "Home for Christmas" was presented following the banquet, and seen here are Joe Wayne Farrow and Marlene Forshee.

Seen admiring the beautiful decorations, with pink and white as the central colors, are Dr. and Mrs. Hammar, and Dr. and Mrs. Beaver.

160


Heart Pal Banquet Each year a week is set aside for Heart Pal Week. During this time students draw names and, unknown to each other, exchange small, inexpen足 sive, foolish gifts. For example, someone might receive a bottle of glue with "I'll stick by you, Valentine," attached. This week of fun is cli足 maxed by the Heart Pal Banquet and coronation.

Donna Kay Crawford and Ed Nicholson wonder what the joke is between Donna Granger and Tom White.

Margie Davis and Clair Uitts seem to be enjoying the banquet.

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Seen enjoying the Freshman Banquet, are Dena Hubbard and Bob Scott.

Wayne Sears, the evening's special speaker.

Freshman Banquet

Master of Ceremonies Joe Tompkins' joke gets a laugh from his date, Delletta Vandegrift.

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Jim Posey and Wales Lankford seem to be reliving the "good old days."

Sophomores, on raft and in boat, on the lake at Camp Classen.

Sophomore Outing

Kent Kline sits and watches as Jim Burgner and Melvin McCullough work bard at the oars.


Seated at the Speakers Table are: Bob Geerdes; George Kline, Jr. class President; Faith McClung; Dr. and Mrs. Beaver, Jr. class Sponsors.

Junior-Senior Banquet

The annual Jr.-Sr. banquet, held this year in the Venetian Room of the Skirvin Hotel, Oklahoma City.

164


Seated at the Speakers Table are: Professor and Mrs. Rairdon, Sr. class sponsors; John Norell, Sr. class President; Beverly Oliver; Dr. and Mrs. Cantrell, and R. G. LeTourneau.

R. G. LeTourneau, speaker of the evening.

George Kline, President of the Junior Class, and Master of Ceremonies.

165


Marlene Forshee in her senior recital "The Golden Journey" â&#x20AC;˘

Bison Glee Club

166


Lyceums and Recitals路

Miss Bessie Olson in her faculty recital, "Silas Marner"

Nadine Watson in her senior recital, "Sona- of Ruth"

167


Twirp Week One week every year the Student Council sponsors "Twirp Week," a phrase to strike both terror and delight to the hearts of many. Facing something of a departure from the "ways of their fathers," the fairer sex find they must check the calendar, pull out old purses and hopefully look for forgotten coins, ask for the dates, plan the evening's entertain足 ment, reach for the customary check, procure transportation, and pay all the common cour足 tesies generally accorded the ladies. The men, in turn, appear to "endure" this week with smug enjoyment, although some turn a little grayer at the prospect of no date. It is generally agreed, after a week of hilar足 ious mix-ups, embarrassing situations, and much money-spending, that truly the "ways of their fathers" was much more successful.

Millie Tipton wistfully takes account of the resources which she has hoarded with an eye towards twirp week.

A whole week to plan for, and complete confusion as to which day would be best.

168

With fingers crossed, knees shaking, Mil揃 lie takes courage and asks Tom Bach for a date, which he accepts, and the time is set.


. . . he makes no move to alter the situation, and Millie carries on in true twirp week tradition.

Unaccumstomed to such courtesies from a lady as the opening of a door for him, Tom looks a little awkward, however . . .

Millie has a coke, while Tom gleefully accepts her invitation tcQ "have a snack."

Again wistful, Millie views with mixed emotions her resources which have been depleted during the week.

169


Loy Williams is seen as the kindly Friar Lawrence.

Romeo and Juliet, are portrayed by Kent Kline and Anne Bohlke.

ROMEO AND JULIET

Melvin McCullough and Dot Clark, a servant and a page, stand ready to serve at the Capulet masquerade party.

170


Lord and Lady Capulet (Dave Sheffield and Owalah Honaker) plan the marriage of their daughter Juliet to the haughty Paris.

Nurse, (Nola Cinnamon) sensical council to Juliet.

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Dramatists personae: Seated; Melvin McCullough, Dot Clark, Kent Kline, Anne Bohlke, Jerry Roberts, Richard Spindle. Standing; Bill Morris, Marlene Forshee, Kathryn Watson, Juanita Stearman, Gail Jergenson, Duane Wall, Nola Cinnamon, Wendel Craighead, Grayden Martin, Loy Williams, Owalah Honaker, Dave Sheffield.

171


As Maridell Cunningham stalls her roommate's "friend," Rue Jennings finishes getting ready.

Memories are renewed as La Rena Stanley and Kathy Newlin look through an old yearbook.

Women's Dormitories Three dormitories, Jernigan, Bud Robinson, and Fan足 ning, house the girls attending B. N . C. Throughout the school year these dorms provide a place where new friends are made, and the girls become acquainted with "dorm life." For every freshman girl who enters this strange new world of dorm life there is a short time of adjustment. This strange world is soon transformed as the "strange girls" take on new meanings as friends and the once dark and foreboding rooms soon begin to shine with a variety of curtains and bedspreads. After a day full of classes and the activities on the campus have died down, the dorms suddenly come alive. Rooms light up and girls begin studying, writing letters home, or talking about the day's activities. This "liveliness" often lasts into the wee hours of the morning, with the tanta足 lizing smell of popcorn never ceasing.

Ruth Ann Scroggs prepares for a night of studying.

172


Dormitory Councils

JERNIGAN HALL Kathrine Meador, Madalyn Shannon, Anne Bohlke, Angie Miller, Patsy Teas

FANNING HALL Joy Riley, Deana Hubbard, Sue Meek, Ruth Scroggs, Norma Huffaker BUD ROBINSON Jane Bohannon, Sue Lewis, Gloria Page, Sandy Mills, Sandy Cuppy

173


Life at Chapman Hall

174


DORMITORY COUNCIL-Wales Lankford, Dale Webster, Dwight Southworth,

Mr. Frank McConnell, John Norrell, George Kline.

MEN'S DORMITORY The three-story U-shaped building on the north side of the campus is Chapman Hall. Inside this building reside the young men of the college. One must realize that these students are the ones who relax vigorously. The building is one of the campus' newest, but the wear of two years use has mellowed it a little. Meanwhile, furrows of memory etch their way into the minds of all these young men. The Pythagorean theorum is easily forgotten, but the thrill of hard-won verbal battle will last for years. Although the exact words will not be remembered, some of the techniques used in winning arguments may prove useful throughout life. Here too, the young men learn for the first time that a room doesn't clean itself, ( some learn) and mothers begin to receive some of the appreciation they deserve. For these and many other more personal reasons, the men of Chapman Hall will remember the days spent here.

Tom White is caught dreaming of his forthcoming wedding, perhaps with mixed emotions.

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Melvin McCullough admits he still must be a "growing boy."

Delores Beetle shows her ability in hamburger making.

The Drag One of the most popular spots on the campus is the east end of the Memorial Student Union Building, better known to B . N. C. students as the Drag. At almost any time of the day one can find students actively engaged in discussions, ranging from the latest rocket missile to the newest fad in clothes, trying to study, or attempting to get the last drop of Coke from the cup. The Drag is ideally situated for one to get something to eat when the regular meal has been missed, or when just a snack is desired. It is also a favorite place of congregation for students when chapel or a class has been dismissed early. The annual Student Council table tennis tournament is held in the Drag as well as various committee meetings in one of the "big booths." The Drag is a wonderful and relaxing place to take a break while studying. However, there is a slight tendency for the break to become extended because one must hear the latest news or get a date for the weekend while finishing a Coke or cup of coffee. Whether cramming for finals, waiting in line during the ten o'clock rush, playing an exciting round of ping pong, or just relaxing while reading a letter from home, the stu足 dents demonstrate the popularity of the Drag.

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B. N. C. CAMPUS

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ATHLETICS AT B. N. C. As the athletic program at Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege is geared primarily for the intramural level, it has been the desire of the physical education department to provide such a variety of programs as to interest every student on the campus. To facilitate this, the athletic program is functional the year round, including the principal seasonal sports of football, basketball, volley­ ball, softball, tennis, and track and field events. The hoped for end is not only the physical well being of each participant but the development of such intangible virtues as cooperation and sportsmanship. In some sports there is a more elite group of par­ ticipants which compose all-star teams and all school teams. These teams competing with like groups from off our campus have done much to engender school spirit. When we recognize the prominence of the Home­ coming events and the Echo Tournament on the campus we are in a sense recognizing the important place ath­ letics holds on the campus.

COACH DON WILSON Head of the Athletic Department

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CURT AMMONS AND TOM BACH All-School Athletic Directors


Athletic Directors

RONALD SNOWBARGER Senior

JOHN PHIPPS Sophomore

CURT AMMONS Junior

JOHNNY RAYBURN Freshman

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SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS

25-SOPHOMORES 31-FRESHMEN 45-JUNIORS 15-SOPHOMORES 27-FRESHMEN 37-JUNIORS

SENIORS Row 1: Webster, Bach, Henry, Strange, Kelley Row 2: Woods, Watters, Southworth, Snowbarger

FOOTBALL

SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES

13-SENIORS 7-JUNIORS 24-FRESHMEN 12-SENIORS 27-JUNIORS 19-FRESHMEN

25 20 0 15 12 13

SOPHOMORES Row 1: Uphaus, Matthews, McCullough, Presson, Phipps Row 2: Dobson, Duryea, Sheffield, Moyer, Walton

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JUNIORS 13-FRESHMEN JUNIORS 20-SOPHOMORES

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JUNIORS 12-SENIORS

45

JUNIORS 26-FRESHMEN

19

JUNIORS 12-SOPHOMORES 27 JUNIORS 12-SENIORS

37

Tongue in cheek, Webster snags a pass.

Kline leaps for a long pass.

FRESHMEN

0-JUNIORS

13

FRESHMEN

6-SENIORS

31

FRESHMEN

0-SOPHOMORES 24

FRESHMEN 19-JUNIORS

26

FRESHMEN

27

2-SENIORS

FRESHMEN 13-SOPHOMORES 1 9

FRESHMEN Row 1 : Joines, Patterson, Campbell, Pelts, Tyer Row 2: Rhodes, Emmerson, Dorris, Rayburn, McLaughlin

185


Campbell makes a run for the freshmen.

Football Windy Stadium was scene of another very successful season in the intramural Touch Football program. The four teams, each one representing a class, demonstrated how football can be played in hard, rough competition but yet showing extremely good sportsmanship as head hit head with no pad­ ding in between. This season presented a very col­ orful and entertaining program for each spectator that watched from the sidelines, and for each stu· dent that participated. Combining size, speed and skill with experi­ ence, the seniors used a balanced offensive and defensive attack to climax their college athletic ca­ reers by winning the League Championship and accomplishing an undefeated season. After two years without winning a single game, the juniors put three games in the victory column, allowing them to tie the sophomores for second place in the league standings. The hapless freshmen, lacking experience in touch football, did not win a single game, but with their desire to win and competitive spirit, caused the upperclassmen many anxious moments before succumbing to the superiority of the other teams. The victorious seniors, coached by Ronald Snowharger, placed five men on the All Star foot­ ball team, and one sophomore was also named for the team. Dobson makes a try for the sophomores.

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Steele reaches out gingerly to down Pelts.

Jones begins

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jaunt around end as Phipps and Sheffield close in for the tag.

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SENIORS 35-SOPHOMORES

34

SENIORS 31-JUNIORS

28

SENIORS 43-FRESHMEN

30

SENIORS 50-SOPHOMORES

41

SENIORS 53-JUNIORS

37

SENIORS 52-FRESHMEN

58

JUNIORS 33-FRESHMEN

47

JUNIORS 28-SENIORS

31

JUNIORS 49-SOPHOMORES 3 8 JUNIORS 43-FRESHMEN

53

JUNIORS 34-SOPHOMORES

33

JUNIORS Row 1 :

Robb, Phipps, Ammons, Bridgewater

Row 2:

Prentice, Kelley, Ross, Huffaker, Kline

Men's Intra-Mural Basketball

SOPHOMORES 34-SENIORS

35

SOPHOMORES 35-FRESHMEN 65 SOPHOMORES 38-JUNIORS

49

SOPHOMORES 41-SENIORS

50

SOPHOMORES 46-FRESHMEN 58 SOPHOMORES 33-JUNIORS

34

FRESHMEN 47-JUNIORS

33

FRESHMEN 65-SOPHOMORES 35 FRESHMEN 30-SENIORS

43

FRESHMEN 45-JUNIORS

43

FRESHMEN 58-SOPHOMORES 46 FRESHMEN 58-SENIORS

52

FRESHMEN

188

45

JUNIORS 37-SENIORS

Row 1:

Parker, Thompkins, Rayburn, Noggles, Bernstorff

Row 2:

Dorris, Martin, Davis, Close, Classen


High on the list of campus activities i s the men's intra-mural basketball program. The most talented athletes from each class gather together under the watchful eye of superb coaching to provide the league with its four ball clubs. The players practice many hours a week to get ready for the all­ important games that are played Fri­ day and Saturday nights during the season. Not only does it provide enter­ tainment for the fellows, but also for the many loyal fans and spectators who venture over to the gym to watch the clubs battle. Everyone is eligible to participate for his class team ex­ cept those playing on the varsity bas­ ketball team.

SOPHOMORES Row 1: Walton, Snowbarger, McCullough, Hall, Hamilton Row 2: Phipps, Cronk, Jones, Sheffield, Shroud, Kramer

This year the teams again proved to be well-matched. The seniors, coached by Ronald Snowbarger, had a great defensive ball club and han­ dled the ball very well. The juniors came up with a fine ball club after a slow beginning. Coach Ammons de­ veloped a good offensive team and they rebounded very well. The sopho­ mores, with John Phipps calling the plays, were hit the hardest by the varsity squad and as a result suffered severely in the class league. However, they were tall and proved very hard to beat. Coach Wilson handled the fresh­ men, who were the best all-around ball club in the league.

SENIORS Row 1: Watters, Henry, Packwood, Bach, Baker Row 2: Snowbarger,

Newberry,

Norell,

Woods,

Kelley

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REDSKIN TEAM Row 1: Ammons, Presson, Phipps, Wilkins Row 2: Snowbarger,

Southworth, Moyer, Nicholson

Varsity Basketball The Redskins had a very successful season with a final record of fourteen wins and three losses. Considering the limited schedule of the Redskins, it must be admitted that the team was unusually strong. Coach Don Wilson had representatives from all classes on his team and by choosing his oppon足 ents from various church leagues and independent teams, the Redskins had some tough opposition. After taking a defeat at the hands of Oklahoma City Trinity Baptist in their first game, the varsity team came back in the fifth game of the season to beat the Trinity Baptist team. The other two losses were at the hands of the strong Bethany First Church of the Nazarene team, while the next thirteen wins were from Meridian Park Church of the Nazarene, Epworth Methodist, First Baptist, Mayfair Baptist, Exchange Avenue Baptist, Kelham Baptist, Capitol Bombers, and Unit Parts, all of Oklahoma City, the All-Stars from Jones, and the BNC Alumni. Senior Ronnie Snowbarger led the Redskins with a total of 254 points to average fifteen points per game and John Phipps was a close second with 239 points and a fourteen point average. Stan Wilkins, Wayne Moyer, and Ed Nicholson all scored over one hundred points. The next five, in or足 der, were Dwight Southworth, Kenneth Presson, Duane Yoesel, Charles Riley, and Curt Ammons. The Redskins scored a total of 1,215 points with an average of 71.5 points per game while hold足 ing their opponents to 860 points for a 50.6 point average. 190


High on the list of campus activities is the men's intra-mural basketball program. The most talented athletes from each class gather together under the watchful eye of superb coaching to provide the league with its four ball clubs. The players practice many hours a week to get ready for the all­ important games that are played Fri­ day and Saturday nights during the season. Not only does it provjde enter­ tainment for the fellows, but also for the many loyal fans and spectators who venture over to the gym to watch the clubs battle. Everyone is eligible to participate for his class team ex­ cept those playing on the varsity bas­ ketball team.

SOPHOMORES Row 1: Walton, Snowbarger, McCullough, Hall, Hamilton Row 2: Phipps, Cronk, Jones, Sheffield, Shroud, Kramer

This year the teams again proved to be well-matched. The seniors, coached by Ronald Snowbarger, had a great defensive ball club and han­ dled the ball very well. The juniors came up with a fine ball club after a slow beginning. Coach Ammons de­ veloped a good offensive team and they rebounded very well. The sopho­ mores, with John Phipps calling the plays, were hit the hardest by the varsity squad and as a result suffered severely in the class league. However, they were tall and proved very hard to beat. Coach Wilson handled the fresh­ men, who were the best all-around ball club in the league.

SENIORS Row 1: Watters, Henry, Packwood, Bach, Baker Row 2: Snowbarger,

Newberry,

Norell,

Woods,

Kelley

189


REDSKIN TEAM Row 1: Ammons, Presson, Phipps, Wilkins Row 2: Snowbarger,

Southworth, Moyer, Nicholson

Varsity Basketball The Redskins had a very successful season with a final record of fourteen wins and three losses. Considering the limited schedule of the Redskins, it must be admitted that the team was unusually strong. Coach Don Wilson had representatives from all classes on his team and by choosing his oppon足 ents from various church leagues and independent teams, the Redskins had some tough opposition. After taking a defeat at the hands of Oklahoma City Trinity Baptist in their first game, the varsity team came back in the fifth game of the season to beat the Trinity Baptist team. The other two losses were at the hands of the strong Bethany First Church of the Nazarene team, while the next thirteen wins were from Meridian Park Church of the Nazarene, Epworth Methodist, First Baptist, Mayfair Baptist, Exchange Avenue Baptist, Kelham Baptist, Capitol Bombers, and Unit Parts, all of Oklahoma City, the All-Stars from Jones, and the BNC Alumni. Senior Ronnie Snowbarger led the Redskins with a total of 254 points to average fifteen points per game and John Phipps was a close second with 239 points and a fourteen point average. Stan Wilkins, Wayne Moyer, and Ed Nicholson all scored over one hundred points. The next five, in or足 der, were Dwight Southworth, Kenneth Presson, Duane Yoesel, Charles Riley, and Curt Ammons. The Redskins scored a total of 1,215 points with an average of 71.5 points per game while hold足 ing their opponents to 860 points for a 50.6 point average.

190


Nicholson, eyeing the opposi足 tion, dribbles downcourt.

Phipps is off and running after grabbing a rebound.

Presson, No. 25, leaps high to foil the opposition's attempt to recover the rebound.

191


Homecoming Basketball The eighth traditional Homecoming basketball game on November 21, 1958, was played in the B. N. C. gymnasium, which packed to capacity. The first Redskin lead · came when Wayne Moyer scored a free throw and Ron Snowbarger put in a lay-up. These points were quickly compensated for by a basket by Westmoreland and a well bal­ anced Alumni attack. The Alumni came back strong after the half and started a rally that brought the score up to 39-38. Two timely baskets by Redskin Ed Nichol­ son, however, put the college men ahead once more. From this point on, every spectator was standing in excitement. Westmoreland tied the score 46-46. The Redskins pulled ahead with scores by John Phipps and Ron Snowbarger. Westmoreland hit again to put the alumni near, but Snowbarger re· Ernie ciprocated to put the Redskins ahead Farmer netted a free throw and Howard Oliver, with nine seconds left to play, scored from mid­ court for the oldsters.

54-50.

Alumnus Farmer goes high for rebound.

After freezing the ball until the final whistle, the Redskins emerged victorious 54-53.

Southworth comes to Phipp's aid as Kennedy and Farmer con­ verge on the ball.

192


REDSKINS Row 1: Ammons, Presson, Phipps, Wilkins Row 2: Snowbarger, Southworth, Moyer, Nicholson

ALUMNI Row 1: Swim, Oliver, Oliver, Kennedy, Rairdon Jr., Height Row 2: Gardner, Coach Rairdon.

Westmoreland,

Farmer,

Yoesel,

Harris,

193


Row 1: Parker, Thompkins, Rayburn, Noggles, Bernstorff Row 2: Dorris, Martin, Davis, Close, Classen

Echo Tournament The Echo Tournament, consisting of both men's and wom足 en's playoffs, was held March 6-7 in the college gym. In the women's bracket, the juniors defeated the freshmen and sopho足 mores to claim the trophy. In the men's tourney, the first game featured the juniors and freshmen. The juniors held on well at first and ended the half with a lead. In the second half the freshmen gained priority and held it to a victorious final of 48-38.

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The second game found the seniors and sophomores match足 ing skills. The seniors succeeded in pushing ahead for a final score of 48-37. Trying for third place, the juniors took an early lead and retained it throughout the game for a victory over the sophomores.

50-44

Aiming for first place were the seniors and freshmen. The freshmen captured the lead from the offset and tenaciously clung to it to gain a tournament championship.

53-42

Cairol Parker, a freshman forward, was presented the outstanding-player-of-the- tournament trophy for his excellence in team assistance and individual ability. Cairol Parker, Most Outstanding Player

194


Norris races downcourt, thinking Thompkins and Davis are chasing him instead of the loose ball.

�lartin raises his hand in protest as Kelley rebounds for the Juniors.

Classen does some fancy step­ ping as he tries to grab a rebound.

195


Sheffield's strong lay-up attempt.

arm

stops

Watter's

Oliver and Presson wait tensely as the ball seems to hang sus足 pended in the air.

Badly outnumbered, Freshman Parker gains possession of the ball.

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Women's Athletic Directors

SUE ROGERS Junior

JO LINDSLEY Senior

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KAREN EHRLICH Freshman

MILDRED TIPTON Sophomore

198


Pat Johnson, who made the most points, darts past the opposition

Link looks tensely on.

as

Betty

Women's Basketball Women's basketball is played parallel to men's basketball. It is planned for the physical in­ terests of the women. Teams are. composed of the classes and two tournaments are played. There is the regular tournament, presenting a round-robin schedule, with the team winning the most games the champion. The second tournament is the Echo Tournament. In this, teams are eliminated by playing semi­ final and final games. The victorious team is presented a trophy. The Juniors won the regular tournament by winning all of their games but one and that was con­ ceded to the freshmen. They won a total of three out of four games. They triumphed over the fresh­ men once and over the sophomores twice. In the Echo Toumament, the juniors defeated the freshmen in the first game by a score of 31-20. They then played the sophomores and defeated them by a 35-25 margin to gain the cham­ pionship. Pat Johnson scored 41 points in the two games to lead all scorers.

199


Row 1: Kidd, Wigman, Peyton, Tanner Row 2: Thomas, Hu.ffaker, Walker

Row 1: Tipton, Jeffries, Haynes, Patter足 son. Row 2: Hill, Bechtle, Wellman

Row 1: S m i t h, Johnson, Robicheaux, Bartley, Close. Row 2: Hart, Moore, Kelley, Link, Newlin Kelley prevents Peyton from passing

200


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SENIORS-Johnson, Twining, Clark

SOPHOMORES - McFar足 land, Crawford, Lewis, Mat足 thews

Cheerleaders JUNIORS-Herren, Close

ALL-SCHOOL-Powers, Craw足 ford, Herren, Matthews, White

FRESHMEN - McDowell,

Thorton,

Williams, Beck

201


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Hutchinson. Kan�as. First---___244

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226

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Petersburg, Texas

250

Kansas City District

Ponca City First

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Kingston. :\Iissouri

217

Little Rock First

235

Lubbock, Texas, Fir�t

232

Lufkin, Texas ..

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Temple, First

229

Muskogee First

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�ebraska District

232

New Orleans, Louisiana Churches

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242 231

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Southeast Oklahoma District Texas Mexican District

:\azarene Theological Seminary

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221

Perr} ton, Texas

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0\erland Park, Kansas

Independence, Kansas Joplin District

Kansas City Quindaro -----------------216

Ft. Worth Arlington Heights

Fritch, Texas

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Oklahoma City First

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Houston First

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Williams Memorial, Bethany

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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISERS Alumni Association

253

First Kafl. Bank, Bethany

Anthony Department Stores, C. It

265

First 1\'at'l. Bank. Yukon

Art's Barber Shop --------- _

270

Gilbert Clinic

Ayers Motor Co.

251

Graham's Appliance

269

Griese! Motor Co.

Bates Shoes

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Bethany Nazarene College, Dr. Cantrell -----

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Brown's Laundromat

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Community Loan Company ___

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Curtis Studios

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Eagan Plumbing

Pe}ton Garage

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Powell Rexall Drug

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Hal Owen Photographers

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Hansen-Atlee Dair} Inc.

257

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Herman's Eat Shoppe Hogue-Stone Floor Co\'ering _

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City Cafe

Don's Pharmacy

256

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Brown-McClure Lumber Co.

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Humpt) -Dumpty Stores J S. M Cleaners

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Ken's Charcoal Burgers Kraker's

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Little's Drive-In Cleaners ------ ______ 268 Martin & Vaughan Company ----------254 Oklahoma Natural Gas

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Paul D. Macrory, M.D.David Fried, M.D . . ._____

Rainbow Bread

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Times-Journal Publishing Co. _

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Tom Smith Deep Rock

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Meyer Blvd. at Rockhill Road

KANSAS CITY, MO.

D E 3-4 1 99

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DALLAS

DISTRICT

For Christian Education, the 62 congregations of the Dallas District feel there is none better than Bethany Nazarene College.

DR. PAUL H. GARRETT District Superintendent

MRS. PAUL H.

GARRETT

N.F.M.S. President

206

REV. MILTON B. PARRISH N.Y.P.S. President

MR. NED THOMPSON (;h1trch School Chairman


NEBRASKA DISTRICT

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

WHITCOMB HARDING District Superintendent

A

GREAT CATCH!

;jj路 207


/

SANCTUARY

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 1 400 E Kellogg

WICHITA, KANSAS G. A. GOUGH - Minister

WILLIAM D. HOWARD, Associate Minister

208

W. I. GOUGH, Visiting Minister


CHURCH

Haskell at Victor

CLYDE E. AMMONS, Pastor

Phone TAylor 7-4293

Congratulations to faculty and graduating class of

19 58-19 5 9

*

STUDENTS FROM CENTRAL: CURTIS AMMONS

GENEVA POWERS

DICKY COX

TOMMY ROBINSON

ANN HAMITER

YVONNE SENTER

DAN HAMITER

THOMAS WHITE

MELVIN McCULLOUGH

209


Always Boosting Bethany Nazarene College

ABILENE DISTRICT

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

CAMP M E ETING August 24-30, 1 959 At Beautiful

Camp Arrowhead near Glen Rose Workers: Reverends John Logan & C. B. Cox Singer, Ronnie Lush

ORVILLE W. J E N K I NS District Superintendent

AMOS R. MEADOR Church School Board Chairman

W I LLIAM M. DOROUGH District NYPS President

MRS. ORVILLE W. J EN K I NS District NFMS President

210


THE SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

PARK AT LINCOLN (Architect's Drawing of Sanctuary and Educational Unit)

BOOSTING OUR COLLEGE E. H. SANDERS,

Pastor

BOB DONALDSON,

Sunday School Superintendent

MRS. THELMA ROBERTSON, JAMES SANDERS,

N.F.M.S. President

N.Y.P.S. President

211


KAN S A S

D I STR I CT TH E WHEAT STATE

' ' B reaking

t l! e

Bread

of

Life

1 11

the

ll c a r t

of

t h e

N a t i o n ' '

RAY HANCE

E. R. HOUSTON, JR.

C. E. ROWLAND

MRS. RAY HANCE

Dist. Supt.

N.Y.P.S. Pres.

Ch. School Board Chmn.

N.F.M.S. Pres.

212


Fort Worth's newest Naza rene Church extends Congratulations to BETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE and to the Class of ' 59

Serving the Carswell Air Force Base Area

Charles R. McCo l l Pastor

RIVER OAKS

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 5605 Black Oak Lane

FORT WORTH, TEXAS

213


THE MINISTERS AND LAYMEN OF THE HOUSTON DISTRICT Congratulate BETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE AND THE

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1959

Douglas F. Roach, Church School Board Chairman

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Mrs. W. Raymond McClung, N.F.M.S. President Harold L. Maiden, N.Y.P.S. President Marlow Salter, District Treasurer W.

RAYMOND McCLUNG, Distrid SwpmntnrJmt

D.O.

Dwight J. Bolton, District Secretary Amos Hann,

ADVISORY BOARD

Junior Society Director

Granville S. Rogers Hugh B. Dean Rolland G. Crouch Frank T. Thompson

DISTRICT CAMP SCHEDULE Boys' Camp

___

June 8-12 ---- at Free Methodist Campground-Trinity Bay

Girls' Camp ----June 8-12 ----- at Camp Ross Sterling-Trinity Bay Youth Camp _ June 15-19

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214

at Camp Ross Sterling-Trinity Bay


Reaching the lost for Christ

FI RST C H URCH OF T H E NAZA R E N E Northwest 6th & Francis OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

KENNETH S. RICE, pastor DEAN GALLAWAY, education ROBERT HALE, music

215


QuinJaro Ckurch of tke cN.azarene

Architectural Drawing of New

Church

-

Location, 2800 North 34th

Present Location: 2843 North 1 3 , Kansas City, Kansas

JERALD R. LOCKE Pastor

J PAT JOHNSON

LINDA JOHNSON

DORIS FILER "A Friendly Church

216

With

A Spiritual Uplift"


OAK AVENUE C H U R C H of the NAZARENE 1701 Oak Avenue

Duncan, Oklahoma

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

W. l\1. LYNCH Pastor

Congratulations to • The Administration • The Faculty • The. Class of 1959

D. WAYNE SLEDGE S.S. Supt

JOHN AYERS Our St'udcnt

217


N O R T H W E S T 0 11 1 Boosting

DR. FRED FLOYD Dist. Secretory

Betha ny Naza rene College DR. D. R. DANSKIN Dist. Treasurer

J. T. GASSETT Superintendent

DR. E. S. PHILLIPS

W. J. BRYAN

Advisory Boord Secretory

Advisory Boord

C. E. RIDDLE H. L. CRADDOCK

C. W. SCHARDEIN

HAROLD BLANKENSHIP

Advisory Boord

NYPS Se�retory

NYPS Treasurer

N.Y.P.S. President

LEON JENNINGS

CARL POWERS

DELBERT MORGAN

ANITA WINTERS

MRS. ROY DARDEN

J. REYNDAL RUSSELL

Adv. Bd. & NYPS Vice-Pres.

Teen-Age Worker (;r Church School Boord

Teen-Age Representative

Teen-Age Representative

Junior Director

Herold Campaign Director

218


� H D M A D I S T B I I: T With Our

C. A. SMITH Church School Treos.

Students, Prayers and Fina nces DON SCHUNEMAN Church School Boord

DARREL L. SLACK Church School Boord Chairman

MRS. C. A. SMITH

HAROLD MULLINS

N.F.M.S. Vice-Pres.

Church School Boord

MRS. LEON JENNINGS N.F.M.S. President

MRS. J . T . GASSETT

MRS. D. R. DANSKIN

E. ROY DARDEN

N.F.M.S. Study Sec.

N.F.M.S. Treos.

Church School Boord

MRS. E. S. PHILLIPS

MRS. C. E. RIDDLE

MRS. D. L. SLACK

MRS. NOBLE HATHAWAY

MRS. ELLIS LEWIS

MRS. EMMA BRACKEN

N.F.M.S. Publicity Sec.

N.F.M.S. Box Work

N.F.M.S. Membership

N.F.M.S "Other Sheep"

N.F.M.S.-Proyer and Fasting

N.F.M.S. Treos.

219


C O N G RAT U LAT I O N S

Dr. Ca ntrell Facu lty and Class of 1 959 BERNARD SMITH, Sunday School Superintendent GREGORY RODRIQUEZ, N.Y.P.S. President MRS. EDNA KUYKENDALL, N.F.M.S. President When in Henryetta we

DAV I D F. KRICK, Pastor

INVITE YOU to worship with us

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Corner, 8th and Trudgeon Henryetta, Oklahoma

...

Cynthia Popejoy

220

Coretha Baird

Jackie Packwood


I N T路 R 0 D U C I N G the

KANSAS CITY RESCU E MISSION Located on the Kansas City District

The only institution of it's kind in the Nazarene Denomination.

Rescue Mission door with famous motto that has encouraged thousands

Founded for the specific purpose of reaching with the Gospel the lost men and women in ( Skid-Row) the slums. DURING 1 958 Over 400 Gospel services were held. More than 20,000 heard the story of salvation, Over one thousand seekers were at the altar, 1 7, 6 1 3

free meals were served to the hungry,

More than 2,000 pieces of clothing given the destitute, 1 700 beds furn ished free to the homeless,

Nothing is ever sold, all is given free Dr. Jarrette Aycock Founder and Director

Supported entirely by gifts and free will offerings.

Rev. Peter Gunas Superintendent

221


BETHANY C HURCH

DR. E. S. PHILLIPS

Pastor

222


the NAZARENE

ROBERT H. GREEN

Minister of Education GENE L. GORE

Minister of Youth LESTER L. DUNN

Minister of Youth MRS. RAYMOND Church Visitor

BROWNING

HARRY L. CRADDOCK

Sunday Sci:JOol Superintendent MRS. E. S. PHILLIPS

N.F.M.S. President DR. THURMAN COBURN

N.Y.P.S. President

Artists Drawing

of

Future Sanctuary 223


''A Live Church With

a

Live Message "

�.

322 W. State at Adams - Enid, Oklahoma

AD 44781

Chester A. Smith, Pastor

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959

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from the

Lake Forest Church of the Nazarene 9245 E. Houston Rd. REV. RAYMOND L. WILSON

Houston, Texas

Working together with

Cl4ss

a

single purpose.

of

'H

-CHRIST FOR ALLF. E. TERRY, S.S. Supt.

224

MRS. NELL BROCK, NYPS Pres.

MRS. RAYMOND WILSON, NFMS Pres.


For 40 years we have supported B. N. C. with our money, prayers a1zd students . . . . . . . For 40 years we have preached Scriptural Holiness in the city of Houston

.

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OUR STAFF: Hugh B. Dean, Pastor .

Ted Douglas, Sunday School Superintendent Charles Laird, N. Y. P. S. President Mrs. A. F. White, N. F. M. S. President

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 4648 Waugh Drive Houston, Texas

H. B. DEAN

Adam Hoffpovir Pastor

Joy

ARGENTINE

Henshaw Student

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 28th & Metropolitan Avenue KANSAS CITY, KANSAS

225


The Penns� lvania Avenue

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE - r-

C. D. GADBO\V Pastor

1\I. L. STO 1E S. S. Supt.

Penn Ave. at W e s t P a rk Oklahoma Citg

MRS. J. D . \VOLFE N.F.l\l.S. Pres. KEN CRA

GER

N.Y.P.S. Pres.

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE BARTLESVILLE, OKLAHOl\lA

:-. I I0;!STER OF l\!USJC, GERON BROWN

A WHOLE CHRIST FOR OUR SALVATION

A WHOLE BIBLE FOR OUR STAFF

A WHOLE CHURCH FOR OUR FELLOWSHIP

A WHOLE WORLD FOR OUR PARISH

REV. ALBERT NEUSCHWANCER Pastor

226


CENTRAL CHURCH of the NAZA RENE s-o �orth Dcmcr, I'nlsa, Oklahoma

Congratulations and Best Wishes I�R

To the Senior Class of 1958

EST AR�ISTRo-..;c Pastor

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

� o n g r a t u l a t i o n s a n d .13 e s t Wi s h e s to the � l a s s of 7 9 5 9 CLI FFORD S. FISHER

!Pastor

FIRST CHURCH of

the NAZARENE

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA

??7


�ONGRATULATIONS from

CHURCH of the NAZARENE South Eleventh at Walnut Independence, Kansas

--�' .

"The End of Your Search For a Friendly Church!" NEW PARSONAGE AND CHURCH

BOOSTING B. N. C. THROUGH PRAYER STUDENTS EDUCATIONAL BUDGET DEBT REDUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT CAMPAIGN ROBERT L. LEFFEL

Clllss of

'H

�'I E R I D I A N P A R K CHURCH of the NAZARENE Forty-fourth and Meridian REV. NOBLE HATHAWAY, Pastor

I I

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: -n B U I L D I N G

F O R

PLA N N I NG

228

T O DAY FOR

T O M O R R O W


"The Lord bless thee and keep thee . . . "

Fort Worth 6, Texas

Boosting Christian Education at Bethany Nazarene College

B i l l Baker, Minister of Music

B i l l Hanna, Pastor

From the Heart of TEXAS C O N G RA T U L AT I O N S

DISTRICT '

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e

I

\

I N '59 - 1 00 I

I

CHURCHES I � '69 I

'

I

I

JAMES C. H ESTER, District Supt.

the

CLA S S

of

'59

and

\

59 C H U RCHES I I

to

\ \

BETHANY NAZARENE CoLLEGE uYour Glowing History Denote A Bright Future"

229


C H U R C H of the N A Z A R E N E Woodward, Oklahoma

Backing B . N .C. with Our Youth

J . T. LUCHAS S. S. Supt.

J . R. RUSSELL Pastor

Congratulation to Bethany Nazarene College Advisory Board

DEAN BALDWI N District Superintendent

Paul Sodowsky A. R. Motley Don Van Dyne Harold Morgan

District Department Heads

Gloria Baldwin, N.F.M.S. Wendell Paris, Church Board J . R. Smith, N.Y.P.S. Evelyn Eudaley, Juniors Our Students & Motorcade

JOPLIN D ISTRI C T 230


CONGR A TUL A TIONS to

Bethany Nazarene College and

the Class of '59

CHURCH

F I R S T C HU R C H of the NAZARENE 1 1th and Prescott

SALIN A,

our

students

KANSAS

CHET HEATWOLE,

HAROLD HOLMES GARY BECK

SS Supt.

MRS. J. D. BECK, NFMS Pres. BILL NELSON, NYPS Pres. Pastor

HAROLD JONES

First Church of the Nazarene Duncan, Oklahoma Bob Carroll, Pastor OUR STUDENTS

1 Oth and Willow

Congratulations to the C l ass of '59 Our p l edge of Prayer and support to the Future of Bethany Naza rene Col lege.

RUE JENNINGS

GRADY UNDERWOOD

231


@om p liments of

Nazarene Theological Seminary lewis T . Corlett

1 700 East Myer Bou levard

Mendell Taylor

President

Kansas City, Missouri

Dean

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Eighth

and

Roosevelt

GUYMON, OKLAHOMA

OUR PLEDGE OF CONTI NUED SUPPORT

REV.

232

LEO

JENNINGS

Cla�s of 19H

Student at B. N . C. - Cecil Schwenke


Church of the Nazarene Perryton, Texas

Boosting B. N. C.

WENDELL A. RUSSELL Pastor

Floyd Enterline

Sherman Enterline

Barbaro Ferguson

Arlington Heights

C H U R C H of the N A Z A R E N E 5220 W. Freeway FT. WORTH, TEXAS

OUR STUDENT

-

RUTH ANN SCROGGS

233


GRACE CHURCH of the NAZARENE A U STIN, T E X A S

r-----

REV. HOWARD BORGESON. Pastor Norman 0. Miller, Cho1r D1rector E. E. Galbraith, S S Supt.

Our Students

Charles Dodgen Judy Calhoon

David Galbraith, N.Y.P.S. President Mrs. M. 0. Dodgen, N.F.M.S. President

Rev. Rolph Jared Pastor

Miu luetto

lngliah

Miu Glodya McReynolds

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 1001 Buchanan Street

Topeka, Kansas "The Church That Sings"

234

Miss

Dorothy Worley


"WITH BEST WISHES TO BETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE AND HER CLASS OF 1 959"

First Church of the Nazarene .

Durant, Oklahoma HAROLD C. HARCOURT, Pastor

Our Students

Peggy Sull ivan

Linda Lee Johnson

THE HAPPY F I VE FROM T H E F I RST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE TEMPLE, T E XAS, A N D PASTO R W I L L A R D L . H U BBARD W I SH FOR BETHANY NAZARE N E COLLEGE THE BEST YET I N 1 959.

JANE MOORE (Senior)

GERALDI N E HUBBARD ( Freshman)

STANLEY HOWSE (Freshman)

,

FI RST C H U RC H O F T H E NAZAR E N E DEAN MOORE Uunior)

3rd & Ave, H.

TEMPLE, TEXAS

PEARL FAI DLEY (Freshman)

235


Congratulations to the Graduating CLass . . . . . .

Texas-Mexican District REV. E. D. HOWARD District Superintendent

COM PLIM ENTS

of the NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA NAZARENE CHURCHES FIRST CHURCH-I 0 1 3 Dante St. Rev. Robert ]. Miller, Pastor

Rev. C. E. Bordelen, Pastor

Telephone UN 1-1600

Telephone WH 7-8382

WEST BANK CHURCH-P. 0. Box 261

CENTRAL CHURCH-3 606 Magazine St.

Harvey, Louisiana

Rev. M. M. Snyder, Pastor

Rev. E. A. Dix, Pastor

Telephone TW 9-8373

Telephone FO 6-5 6 1 1

236

DOWNTOWN CHURCH--4100 N . Robertson St.


First Church of the Nazarene Abilene, Texas "Abilene's Friendly Church"

MRS. W. KING N.Y.P.S. Pres.

MRS. L. TERRELL N.F.M.S. Pres.

WAYNE T. GASH JACK POLLOCK

Pastor

S. S. Supt.

Congratulations to Faculty and Class ofl959

RAY LAWSON Treasurer

BILL WASSON Secretory

£ H WJ K £ H

TH E

Our Student

1 005 S.E. 6th An. Mineral Wells, Texas

CARSON N. SNOW, JR. P•stor

Sunday School Superintendent - J . E. Maxwell N. Y.

P.

S. President - Mrs. Bobbie Smith

N. F. M. S. President - Mrs. Juanita Snow

Wynell Knight

237


The Architect's Drawing ol the new look lor

PENIEL CHURCH of the NAZARENE 200 East Campbell

Hutchinson, Kansas

CLAUDE G. WHITE, Pastor

Church

o/ the rlazarene FRITCH, TEXAS

OUR STUDENT

David Hess-Pastor Mrs. Steve Mil ler, S. S. Supt. Mrs. Jo Reedy, N.Y.P.S. Pres. Mrs. David Hess, N.F.M.S. Pres. Johnny Reedy, Music D irector Mrs. Dennis Baldwin Mrs. Roy Wiley, N.J .S. Supervisor

Mono Corol Presson

238

Kathy Hess, H.N.Y. Supervisor


• • • •

1 959

·�� MUS I C YEAR"

)1

C H U RCH OF THE NAZARENE

NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE

KANSAS CITY

PASADENA

TORONTO

SOUTHEAST O KLAHOMA D ISTRICT GLEN JONES District Superintendent MRS. L. A. RICHARDSON

REV. H. l\1. CURTIS

REV. JOHNNIE HARRISON

N.F.M.S. President

Chairman, Church School Board

N.Y.P.S. President

ADVISORY BOARD H. M. CURTIS, Minister HAROLD C. HARCOURT, Minister H. C. RUSTIN, Layman

LEONARD STUBBS, Layman

WHOLEHEARTEDLY SUPPORTING THE ENTIRE PROGRAM OF THE CHURCH IN THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR

239


FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Apache and Alameda - - - - Norman, Oklahoma L. WAYNE SEARS, Pastor

"The Marshall Church of the Nazarene Supports Bethany Nazarene College 100 Per Cent"

T H E MARSHALL C H U RC H OF T H E NAZARENE 40 1 East Burleson St.

Pastor: J . Lewis Ingle

240

Marshall, Texas

S.S. Supt. : John S. Ressel


SOUTH ARK..ANSAS

Q DISTRICT

Boosting BNC.

W. L. FRENCH, Dist. Supt.

"Congratulations to the Class of

'59"

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Greenville, Texas

MILTON B. PARRISH Pastor

Washington and Gibbons Streets

Congratulations And

to

to

Our

Class

of

Student

'59 DONNA CRAWFORD

241


BOX 727 TEXHOMA, OKLAHOMA

THIRD & NORTH STREET

TOMMY JONES

J. CALV I N NEAL, Pastor

Student

FIRST

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 4th & Chestnut ROGERS, ARKANSAS

).

BOOSTING B. N. C. WITH OUR PRAYERS-YOUTH-FINANCES A Fr ien dly Church

With A Sp irit u a l Up l ift

OUR STUDENTS

GENE H U LSEY Pastor

Dole Webster

242

Groce Williamson

Loretto Poyne

Roberto Payne

Jo Ann Collison


Congratulations to Class of '59 WILLIAMS MEMORIAL

C h u r c h o f th e N a z a r e n e The Church with

a

Welcome

REV. FLOYD ROWE - Pastor CHARLES CARTER - S.S. Supt. DOROTHY LUGINBYHL - Pianist MRS. CHARLOTTE SPROWLS - N.F.M.S. Pres. VESTOL N I CHOLS - Chorister W. A. MAULD I N JR. - N.Y.P.S. Pres.

N O RTH

ARKAN SAS

DISTRICT

Church of the Nazarene OUR STUDENTS - OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENT

REV. J. W. HENDRI C KSON District Supt.

ADVISORY BOARD Rev. Boyd Hancock Rev. R. F. Lindley Burt Trumble Alfred Felts

OFFICERS

Mrs. J. W. Hendrickson, NFMS Pres. Rev. John Mobury, Dist. Church School Chairman Rev. Eugene H ulsey, N.Y.P.S. Pres. Rev. Harvey Rathburn, Dist. Sec. Elbert Tyler, Dist. Trees.

243


Abernathy Church of the Nazarene

Lodell Patterson Student

Celene Patterson Student

ABERNATHY, TEXAS

Dorrell Moore Pastor

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 21 1 E. Fourth Avenue HUTCHINSON, KANSAS

Students

Wesley Henry

Koren Jones

Ruth Ann Hart

loretto Bartley

Richard Madden

M. E. CLAY Minister

244


\ Shirley Payton

Jerrold R. Lake

Eclucational Unit & Tower Completecl

Student

Student

F I R S T C H U R C H o f the N A Z A R E N E No. "F" at Elmira Sts. MUSKOGEE, OKLA.

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Miss l lah Jackson---------------------------·-------------------------- Pianist Mrs. E. A Durbin_______,-----------------------------------------Chorister Mr. Kenneth L. Slusher ---------------------------------Treasurer Mrs. Rhoda Davenport_ --------------------------------------------Secreta ry Mr. C. A. Rodgers______,-------------------------------··-----------S. $. Supt. Mrs. Dorothy Thompson__________________________ ___W.F.M.S. Pres. Mrs. Elsie Sikes____________________________________ _ .N.Y.P.S. Pres.

I

GEORGE M. LAKE Pastor Compliments

of

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Lufkin, Texas

424

Lufkin Avenue

The CIIURCII and PASTOR appreciate the splendid Faculty,

Great Student Body, and Aggressive Program of BETHANY :"-.IRS. EMl.\IA IRICK Pastor

REX NEISINGER S.S. Superintendent

NAZARENE COLLEGE.

MRS. MARGARET NEISINGER

BUDDY FORD

N.F.M.S. President

N.Y.P.S. President

245


C O N G RA T U LA T I O N S

C LA S S

Closs of "39"

OF

"5 9 "

'Our Student'

CARTHAGE, MO.

Poul M. Sadowsky, Pastor

John Hall

TRINITY CHURCH of the NAZARENE ABI LENE, TEXAS

Rev. R. G. Womack Pastor

246


SANCTUARY

FIRST CHURCH

NAZARENE

of the

LUBBOCK,

TEXAS

MILTON POOLE, Pastor

"Congratulations to a wonderful Student Body"

S u p p o rt i n g C h r i s t i a n E d u c a t i o n

Marilyn Crawford

Margie Davis

Freshman

Freshman

Roy

Davis

Junior

Clifton Junior

Vado Ann

Kathy Hollis

Jack Petty

Sophomore

Freshman

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PASTOR

MARYLAND

AVENUE

AND

BATTERY

STREETS

L I T T L E

R O C K,

A R K A N S A S

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THE

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE of PoNcA CITY, 0KI.AIIOJ\rA

CHURCH or the NAZARENE

has fifty glorious years of history behind her; but her slogan, like that of the denomination, on our mu­ tual Colden

Anniversary

Year is

l. J. MINKLER

PETERSB U RC, TEXAS "PREPARE FOR A GREATER TOMORROW"

Congratulations T o

T h e

C l a s s

Of

1 9 5 9

I IELPING TO KEEP

CHR I ST

I n Deep Appreciation For

BETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE And those students who attend our Church

IN CI IARACTER AND CULTURE

CHURCH of the NAZARENE Kingston, � fissouri

C R O W N HEIG HTS C H U R C H of the NAZARENE 920

GLENN LoRD, Pastor

248

N.W. -46TH ST.

OKLAHOMA CITY

OTTO It WILLISON

RAY BUNNEll

Pastor

S.S. Supt.


MART I NS CHAPEL, C H U RC H OF TH E NAZAREN E Route 3 - Troup, Texas

LAKEVIEW CHURCH of the NAZARENE 7600 Antioch Road

Largest Rural Nazarene Church in Texas

OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS

Rev. Thelma Steelman, Pastor

Wanda Duva l l - Student

E. E. REEP, �1inister

"Kansas City's Friendliest Suburban Church."

HOT SPRINGS FIRST C H URCH of the NAZARENE Third Street and South Avenue HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS

in

SAN

ANTON IO

SALUTES THE CLASS OF 59

J. F. HAMM Pastor

Hearne W. Spruce Pastor

Exten d i n g

Wholehearted To

S u p port

B.N.C.

249


BELLAIRE

CHURCH

of the

NAZARENE

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 2940 East 1 2th St. TULSA, OKLAHOMA

4636 Bellaire Blvd. 1 Blk. East of Post Oak Rd.

Backing Bethany Nazarene College

Bellaire, Texas

REV. L. A. OGDEN Pastor MARLOW SALTER, Pastor

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S. L. King, S.S. Supt.

Mrs. Marlow Salter, N.Y.P.S. Pres.

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

Our Students

JAN I E COOPER

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

PAT BELCHER

Living . . . . . at its best!

WELCOME to the

GOLDEN TRIANGLE of Texas and the F I RST C H U RC H OF T H E NAZARENE 1 1 01 Galveston Avenue

The

Arrow Staff Jo Howard, Editor Sue Lewis, Associate Editor Dale Webster, Business Manager Arley Goulden, Photographer Mrs. Carol Lundy, Sponsor

CONGRA TULA TIONS Port Arthur, Texas

TO C L A S S

Fronk J. Kemendo, Pastor

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AYERS MOTOR CO. Your Chevrolet & Pontiac Dealer

Y U K O N , O K L-A H O M A .

R. T. Ayers

Craig Ayers

Complete Service Dept.

New and Used Cars WH 9-2425

B o o s t i ng T h e P r o g r a m of Bethany Nazarene College

251


JD"'* 1: §6 .- 11 16 '"' � ,,_ 11 .JI

Located in Student Union Building

252


� O N G R A T U LA T I O N S Class of

1 959

We Welcome You As Members

T H E A L U M N I A S S O C I AT I O N of BETHANY NAZAREN E COLLEGE JACK T. RAIRDON, President FRANK KEMENDO, Vice-President CONSTANCE SPRUCE, Secretary FLORENCE LUN DY, Treasurer J . MELTON THOMAS, Historian PAUL MACRORY, Board of Trustees

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All Kinds of Insurance

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WESLEY HENRY President BOB NORTON Vice-Pif'esident ANN GARNER Secretary WALES LANKFORD JO HOWARD WENDEL CRAIGHEAD DWIGHT SOUTHWORTH DANNY STEELE RUTH ANN SCROGGS NORMAN HUXMAN


FIRST N AT I O N A L BA N K OF BETHAIY

FIRST IN NAME - FIRST IN SERVICE

WE

SERVE

OUR

COMMU N I TY

OUR

DEPOSITORS

OUR BORROWERS

MEMBER OF F.D.I.C.

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GREETINGS

Hal

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Bernice Grimes

Bessie Farley

Hal Owens

Owen

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M A I N

FROM

Photographer OKLAHOMA

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CITY

Jean McKee

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Mary Keen

Cletys Roblyer

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DR. HAROLD HOYT Sponsor

Student Religious Organizations

Prayer & Fasting ,..,

Gospel Team

258

Mission Band


P E R P E T U AT E Y O U R I D E A L S in the

YOUTH THAT FOLLOWS YOU

W A N T E D

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1 ,500 People to Include Bethany Na2:arene College

in their WI LLS for a t Least 1 0 % of Their Estate

GOD'S WILL BE DONE THROUGH YOURS Every Christian should make a Christian W I LL. "You can't take it with you," but you can determine how that holiness youth of tomorrow shall continue to have your support here on earth long after you shall have gone to heaven. A LI FETIME PLAN OF C H R I STIAN STEWARDSH I P I S NOT COMPLETE U N T I L YOU HAVE MADE SOME PROV I S ION I N YOUR W I LL FOR T H E LORD'S WORK. W R I TE BETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE I NTO YOUR W I LL. For information

Write DR. ROY H. CANTRELL Bethany, Oklahoma

259


C O M P L I M E N TS

of GILBERT CLINIC DR. LEON GI LBERT DR. KEN N ETH OGG DR. LAWRENCE SI LVEY

260


D ON'S PHARMACY Located in Gi lbert Clinic Bui lding

We Can Take Care of All Your Prescription Needs Don Coody, Registered Pharmacist 301 W. Main

WH 9-4133


1 1 1

S.W. F I RST

EAGAN PLUMBING CO.

The Best In Plumbing & Heating

WH 9-2778

BETHANY FLOWER SHOP

7h e Fi n e s t In Fl o w e rs Fo r A l l O c c a s i o n s

V/E APPRECIATE AND ARE

BOOSTING

BETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE

207 E. MAIN

WH 9-3422


WESTERN

MOTEL

"On Highway 66" - one mile west of B.N.C. e AIR CONDITIONED

AAA

T.V. IN ROOMS e

APPROVED

PANEL RAY HEATING e

e PRIVATE BATHS Owned and Operated by Nazarenes MR. AND MRS. JOHN DIFFEE

lh/� M:r Rome wo!h IETTll than �uMbine

This tiny GAS flame in your Automatic GAS Clothes Dryer actually dries clothes better than sunshine. It saves money, too.

Costs so very little to use, saves clothes from wind and dust, saves time and trouble of taking clothes to and from a clothes line. Try a new Automatic GAS Clothes Dryer, and you'll never be without one another week.

See your GAS appliance

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P O W E L L R E XA L L D R U G S T O R E

Sundries

Drugs Prescriptions

Phone WH 9-5656

126 S. W. Main BETHANY, OKLA.

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UP-T O - D ATE CLEANERS

"Noted for Consistently Good Service"

1 1 6 S. W. i\1ain

Phone \VH 9-2401

BETHANY, OKLA<HOl\fA


T h e B R O W N - M cC L U R E L U M B E R C O M PA N Y CONGRA WLATIONS from

"A Home-Town Concern" 309 East Main Street

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WH 9-5609

.

BETHANY, OKLAHOMA

"Striving daily

to

build a bigger and better Bethany"

Melvin McClure

Roy Brown

HOGUE-STONE FL O O R

C OVERING

C O M PA N Y

''�"

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FINAN CES

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Borrow On : Interest Pair Semi -Annually

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2 1 5 E. Main

BOX 85

We Are Helping to Build A Better Bethany

TOM SMITH DEEP ROCK SERVICE

J

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Bethany's finest and most modern Dry Cleaners

"Always Boosting B.N.C." 5960 N.W. 39th BETHANY, OKLA.

WH 9-9543

l 1 5 S. COLLEGE

Phone WH 9-3332


U-Select-It Venders Candy & Soft Drinks

Little's Drive-In Cleaners Always Boosting ,B.N.C.

One-day Cleaning & Laundry Services

MR. & MRS. N. A. L I TTLE Phone CE 5-6474

26 N.E. l Oth

1 06 SW 1 st.

STUDE NTS

WE LCOME

AT

DON'S MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY ADJACENT TO BETHANY MEDICAl CENTER

YUKONS BEST FLOUR ····c.-���a::; �···

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205 W. MAIN

WH 9-5178

YOUR

GROCER

Yukon Mill & Grain Co.

DON SELF- R.egistered Pharmacist YUKON, OKLAHOMA


H E R M A N 'S

K E N' s CHARCOAL B U RGERS

E AT S H O P P E

Serving the Stuclen ts

of B. 1.C. Charcoal Steak Sandwiches

Malts Shakes Homemade Pies

KEN'S DRIVE I N N 3920 N. MacArthu r

8 o t�tp l i 11t e n ts

1 09 So. College

Bethany, Okla.

BATES SHOES

of Peyton Garage 305 S. DONALD

WH 9-2 1 93

Why

Not

Get

The

Best

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Art's Barber Shop

BROWN'S Formerly Deavill's Laundry

1 1 7 S. College

Self-Service Laundromat ART KASTNER LLOYD M I L L I K I N GARRETH TEN NYSON

* Art's Barber Shop m

Westgate Shopping Center

Westinghouse Equipped

B I L L HARRIS WH 9-9592

426 E. Main

DON KASTNER

STEWARTS PAINT

Compliments

STORE

of B.

G. WILKES CO. Cover Manufacturers

Congra tulations Arrow Staff 424 E. Main

270

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Compliments of Your

HANSEN & ATLEE DAIRY INC.

FRIENDLY STANDARD

H U M PT Y D U M P T Y S T O R E

WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS

1 80 1

S. Penn. BETHANY, OKLA.

E. W. WALKER, Mgr.

YUKON NATIONAL BAN K

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YUKON, OKLAHOMA

Capital

S 1 20,000

Surplus

$1 20,000

The

Friendly

Bank

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Deposit Insurance

G R I ESEL MOTOR

Corporation

YUKON, OKLAHOMA Wher�> Sen•ice Comt•s First

PHONES: YUKON

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C o tJ, g r a t u l a t i o n s t o

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FELTS FA MILY SHOE STORE

KRAKER'S

L.\OIES

A:'\0

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Sporls\\'car for College Joe and Jane Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan

Phone \VI I 9-H40

1 2 2 S. \V. 1\lain

BETI IAJ'\Y

Co mpliments of DR. RALPH SHADID

DR. EDWARD SHADID

1 1 8 S. W. Main

Your

BETHANY

272

B usiness

Appreciated

J. L. and Julia Jennings


W E II R E N B U R G DRUG

G RA H A M'S APPLIANCES

FURNITURE

CARPETS

1 1 0 W. Main Street

Bethany's Most Modern Drug Store

. . General Electric Appliances & Telev1s1ons Eor1y Amencan Furniture ond Gifts-Carports .

Phone WH 9-3894 We Give S&H Green Stamps

Phone WH 9-5636

Compliments

BETHAIY

C2ompliments of

of

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE

Pa ul D. Macrory, M.D. David Fried, M.D.

BETHANY

1 2 3 So. College

Bethany, Okla.

273


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274

Sixth Street

Oklahoma City


Index

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BOOMER, WALTER 0. -..----.... 50 113 S.E. 7th St., Bethany, Okla. -

ABLA, EDWIN 76 2515 S. Williams, Demcr, Colorado . - 76 ABLA. JOAN � 812 Channing St., Dalhart, Texas ... 86 . AKlNS, WINFORD 513 46th St., Lubbock, Texas - 86 ALBRIGHT, BRENDA 3101 Willow, Fort Smith, Arkansas ALEXANDER, BERTHA • ·--··- 86 Route 1, Ponca City, Okla. ALEXANDER. CAROLYN --------- ------ 68 Route 1, Ponca City. Okla. ALEXA DER, K.ATHY ____. _ - 68 2315 E. �lountain St., Pasadena, California ALLEN, ROBERT 96 5502 N. West Ave., Bethany, Okla. - 68 __ _ ANTHONY, VERLIN Cleo Springs, Okla. 86 ATKINS, BARBARA 714 Woodbine St., Houston, Texas ATKINSON. LOUISE 86 Route 1, Centerview, Missouri AUBREY, CARL LEE --76 116'� l. College. Brthany, Okla. _,... 76 AUBREY, CRYSTAL 1161J� N. College, Bethany, Okla. AUBREY. ELEANOR - 86 72 S. Emerson, Kansas City, �lissouri __

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BOWEN, RODNEY 76 5019 Milwaukee, Denver 16, Colorado -- .. 86 BOWERS, JAKE _ 1132 W. Division, Springfield, Missouri BOYDSTUN. MILTON R. .....68 509 N. College. Bethany, Okla. BRANNON. JAMES J. 86 Route 1, Box 2, Portland 10, Oregon .. 86 BRASUELL, NOEL . · Box 284, Satanta, Kansas BRECHBILL. JANICE --.. --86 424 S. C St., Herington, Kansas BREITHAUPT, DOUGLAS 86 Route 4, Lawrence, Kansas BRIDGWATER, DON __.. 76 308 N.W. 2nd, Bethany, Okla. BRIGGS, DIANE 68 la Box 117, Guthrie, Ok BROWN, BOB 76 8003 W. .Markham, Little Rock, Arkansas BROWN, DANIEL E. ... ______... ...... 50 302 S. Peniel, Bethany, Okla. BROWN. STEVE --76 222 S.E. Waverly, Bartlesville, Okla. 68 ----BROWNING, JAMES - .. 601 N. Evans, El Reno, Okla. BROWNING. SANDY -......-..... 86 3032 N. Garrison Ave., Tul•a, Okla. 86 BUFFiNGTON. SHIRLEY Route 1, Satanta, Kansas 68 BURGNER, JTM ..421 N.E. Main, Bethany, Okla. -· --87 BURKHART, NEViN _ 215 W. lOth St., Newton, Kansas 76 BURNHAM, JUDY . _ _--1921 Broadway, Lubbock, Texas -

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BUTLER, ELBERTA LORENE 126 Sheridan. Gordon, cbraska BUTLER. HO�!ER JR. 4131 Bu4:na Vista St.. Dallas 4, Texas

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lJUTLER, LAVONA . 506 N. College, Bethany, Okla. BUTTS, PHYLLIS 716 N. Willow, Bethany, Okla. .

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CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN La•ara. Texas CHANDLER, DAVID ....... 403 N. Peniel, Bethany, Okla. CHEATWOOD, HE RY .. 2722 Stonewall, 'hreveport, Louisiana CHESNUT, GLE R. Powhattan, Kansas CHESTNUT, RUTH __ .. -·-..-.. Plainville, Kansas CIIILDRESS, CHARLES R. Route 4, Norman, Okla. . __ CHILTON, BOB -·3717 Sussex Lane. Madison, Wisconsin CHRISTY, J I M ._ . Route 1, Box 26, Leavenworth, Kansas CINNAMO , NOLA ---Vici, Okla. CLARK, DOT De Queen. Arkansas CLASSEN, LARRY --· ..-..------Box 719, Meade, Kansas CLA EN, RALPH _ Meade, Kansas CLEGG, FRANCES _ Hud Route, Rotan, Texas ---CLIFTON, VADA ANN 2610 E. Washington A''e. North Little Rock, Arkan•as

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- · CLINE, ROE JR 368 Chapman, Gage, Okla. CLOSE, DON ---_ --·· Kingsdown, Kansas CLOSE. JEANIE Box 54, Kingsdown, Kansas COATES, ELEANOR --..-----505 N. Hammond, Bethany, Okla. COBB, JEANETTE 101 E. Cherry St., Blytheville, Arkansas COCHRAN, \'IOLET -Box 614, Monzonolo, Colorado COLE, CARNA .. . Whitewater, Kansas COLLINS, FRANCES --.. --105 S.E. 9th St., Bethany, Okla.

87

CO�fBS. DOROTHY __ ...Uox 2458, Greggton, Texas ..._ COOK, MERRIETTA . 508 West Fourth, Oakley, Kansas COOLEY. BOBBIE _ Box 705, Bethany, Okla. -COOPER, JANIE 2110 E. 54th St., Tulsa 5, Okla. - ---_ COOSE, AMELIA Nady, ArkanQas COPELAl\'D, GLADYS -- Route 1. Box 150, Lowell, Arkansas COSTON, O�CAR N. JR. Vet Home 8, Bethany, Okla. ·-·--· COX, BOBBY A. 609 W. Ru•h, Enid, Okla. COX. JOYCE _ 309 S. Jackson, Breckenridge, Texas

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CALHOUN. JUDY __ .. .. 5005 Lynndalc Dr., Austin 5, Texas CALLISON, JO A�N 514 E. Willow St., Rogers, Arkansas .. -CAMPBELL, BILL .... .. · -· 517 Walnut Lane, Bethany, Okla. CANTRELL, JAMES WALLACE ... 220 S. 4th 1., West Hdena, Arkans83 CARGAL. HOYT C. _ .. ·-Box 698, Bethany, Okla. CARLEY, DON -1025 E. Bryan, Sapulpa, Okla. CARLILE. CLEO -·Texhoma, Texas

CA TLEBERRY, DORTHA 3115 Julian Blvd., Amarillo, Texas CHAMBERLAIN, DANIEL Lasara, Texas

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CARTER, MARTHA ......-....... . 321 W. State, Enid, Okla. CASE. CAROLYN 1005 Graymont A,e. West, Birmingham. Alabama CASE. VIRGINIA LEE _ ___.._______ 2215 N. Lewi•, Tulsa, Okla. CASEY, BECKY 1803 N.E. Madi•on, Oklahoma City, Okla.

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COX, RICHARD ----···--·-·- 77 2676 Belknap, Dallas, Texas

DORN, MELVA JO · ------······-····-···· 88 3015 J St., Lincoln, Nebraska

FRYE, GENE 1405 N. Oak, Abilene, Kansas

CRAIG, JUDY LYNN ----·--·-- 87 Box 426, Webb City, Missouri

DOROUGH, BOBBY R. 427 S.E. First, Bethany, Okla.

FUSON, CAROL --·--104 S. Donald Ave., Bethany, Okla.

88

---- 52 CRAIGHEAD, WENDEL 3704 Springfield, Kansas City 3, Kansas

DORRIS, CURTIS -------------------·-· 88 503 N.W. 7th, Bethany, Okla.

FUSON, LONNIE W. 104 S. Donald Ave., Bethany, Okla.

69

CRAWFORD, DONNA KAYE Box 941, Gr�enville, Texas

DORRIS, HAROLD Bethany, Okla.

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DORRIS, ROY ------------- 53 502 N.W. 7th, Bethany, Okla. --

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DORSEY, BETTY ALICE 2938 S.W. lOth, Oklahoma City, Okla.

CRIDER, CAROLYN Route 3, West Plains, Missouri

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DOSKOCIL, JACQUELIN ............................ 53 Route l , Pratt, Kansas

CRISTY, LLOY NELL West Plains, Missouri

68

DOSKOCIL, LARRY --------···--·---· 53 Route 1, Pratt, Kansas

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CURRIE, SANDRA 115 E. First St., Monticello, Iowa

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METCALF, JOHN ----·-··---- 71 4633 S. 31 W. Ave., Tulsa, Okla.

KNOTTS, HAROLD ·-··-···-···----- 80 1400 N. Roosevelt, Amarillo, Texas

LUNDY, RONALD · 129 N. Donald, Bethany, Okla.

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MILEY, DARREL 1007 W. Main, Chanute, Kansas

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McCLEERY, LEE ROY ----··-109 N. Mueller, Bethany, Okla.

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McCLUNG, FAITH ·-·-·········-········-··········· 71 525 Hohldale Ave., Houston, Texas McCULLOUGH, MELVIN --··-···-·········· 80 1318 Harlandale, Dallas, Texas McDOWELL, JANEY -····-·-..·-·--·-·· 91 3336 Oakland, Wichita, Kansas McFARLAND, JANELL ········-·-1506 S. 1st, Kirksville, Missouri

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LAYWELL, ROBERT ·-·-···-- 91 720 N. Spurgeon, Altus, Okla.

MADDEN, JAMES -···· ·- 91 2600 N. Mallory, Hutchinson, Kansas

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LEFFEL, RICHARD -····-·--···-·-·· 70 1519 E. 3rd, Hutchinson, Kansas

MARTIN, GENE ......·--·-··-····-·······-···· 79 Rt. #3, Troup, Texas

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LEWIS, RUTH ANNA ··-··--·-·-·--- 80 301 E. Fulton, Sinton, Texas

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MOORE, KAYE .. · 92 509 Miller, Bethany, Okla. MOORE, SYLVIA ·-·--·-·-- 81 44414 42nd St., Lubbock, Texas --·

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LAUGHLIN, JANICE ··---·· 309 N. Donald, Bethany, Okla.

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MORGAN, WADE HERMAN ·· 629 E. School St., Lake Charles, La.

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MORRIS, BILL Box 305, Cisco, Texas

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MORSE, MEREDITH ----·······--·- 81 712 North 6th, Humboldt, Iowa MOUNTS, IVAD ENE --·-·----- 81 6708 N.W. 29th St., Okla. City, Okla. -···· --- 58 MOUNTS, PAUL -----6708 N.W. 29th St., Okla. City, Okla.

MOWRY, JOANNE .. 1216 W. 5th, North Platte, Nebraska

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MOYER, WAYNE Chester Star Route, Fairview, Okla.

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MEEK, W. H. --···--·····--·······--- 81 Vet Hut #17, Bethany, Okla.

NAGGATZ, LARRY --··-····--··-- 92 607 E. Denver St., Holyoke, Colorado

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MEESEY, DALE · -· ····· 58 7741 Rannells Ave., Maplewood, Missouri

NARAMOR, CHESTER Box 849, Bethany, Okla.

MELTON, LEOTA �--· Box 84, Tabor, Iowa

NEUFELD, SHARRON ·-··---··-- 81 Box 564, Bethany, Okla.

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ROBB. DON -·····-·--·--·-···-···-······ 72 Pueblo, Colorado

NEWBERRY. DAL --·Bethany. Okla.

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PEARCY, SHIRLEY ............................ 92 Box 134, Wakita, Okla.

NEWKIRK. CALVIN ·-··-········--········-· Atlanta, Texas

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PELTS, GILBERT ...... ......- -·····--··- 92 1933 N.W. 67th, Okla. City, Okla.

ROBERT , JERRY -···--······--··········· 93 2915'h E. 2nd St., North Little Rock, Arkansas

NEWLYN, KATHLEEN ··-·-·······---··-········ 59 1508 N. Hillside, Wichita, Kansas

PETERS, CHARLES .. .. .... ___ 60 5731 N.W. 40th, Okla. City, Okla.

NEWSOM. DEAN ----·-···-· -····-·· 71 1412 Pile St., Clovis, New Mexico

PETERS. SCOTT ........ ...·· Box 375. Foss, Okla.

NICHOLS. EUZABETH __ 302 North Beaver, Bethany, Okla.

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PETTY, JACK ········· --· 81 4012 Lakeview Rd., Little Rock, Ark.

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PHILLIPS, CLAIRE _ -· 309 N. College, Bethany, Okla.

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ROHL�IEIER, BILL ... 61 1605 N. Linwood, Oklahoma City, Okla.

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PHIPPS, JOHN . .. Box 142. Sublette, Kansas

NOGGLES, JAMES ---·· .... 3033 S.W. 23rd, Okla. City, Okla.

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PHIPPS, JOSEPH ..... ... ........· · - - -- 72 Box 142, Sublette, Kansas

ORO, JEANETTE --·--··· . ......... .... 92 6926 Chestnut, Kansas City. Missouri

PIERCE, MARY SUE ··················-··- 92 714 E. Wagoner, Pauls Valley, Okla.

NORELL, JOHN .. ------... . .... 59 924 W. Edwards, Springfield, Illinois

PIERCE, MILDRED ---·· ..·--······· 92 Rt. #3, Erie, Kansas

NORRI , BILL 710 S. C, Wellington, Kansas

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NORTON. JOHN -----Box 143, Hamlin, Texas

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POTEET, LEWIS -···· -----· 82 606 S. Ave. C. Duncanville, Texas

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POWELL, ELAINE ·····- ·------ 82 Route 2, Bowman Rd., Lee's Summit, Mo.

SANTIN, BERTHA _ 82 R. A. de Ia Pina 136, :Olexico 8, D. F.

POWELL, UNA -··· ..... Mankato, Kansas

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POWERS, GENEVA ··--··· ··········-·---- 92 6528 Aberdeen, Dallas, Texas

SARGENT, LAVETA ··---····· 100 N. Donald, Bethany, Okla.

OLIVER. BEVERLY -···--·--- .... 315 W. 8th, Newton, Kansas

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SCHAFER, ROBERT -·-··-···-··-·· ... 72 3918 Redwood, Corpus Christi, Texas

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OWENS. LORRENE . .. 121 Texas Ave., Woodward, Okla.

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OWEN . WILO�IAE ····--····· 121 Tl'xas Ave., Woodward, Okla.

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OZ;\IENT, ROBERT . .. 112 N.W. 3rd. Bethany, Okla.

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SCHWANZ, FLOYD ····--·· 1020 W. 6th, Grand Island, Nebraska

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SCHWENKE, CECIL ····-·····Guymon, Okla.

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SCROGGS, RUTH ANN ---· ·. .............. 82 1216 Virginia Pl., Ft. Worth, Texas

PRYOR, MARSHALL ....··--·········-· 72 2808 Fredrick St., Shreveport, La.

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PROCTOR, LORETTA ······-···--···· Albuquerque, Nt•w Mexico

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SENTER. YVONNE -.. 3439 Lawther Dr., Dallas, Texas

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RAWLINGS. RUTH . . 203 Bass Ave., Yukon, Okla. _

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PARKS, RALPH ........................ ...... 5401 N. Portland, Okla. City, Okla.

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REED, OZEY . ... .. .... .. ................... 72 309 N.W. 1st, Bethany, Okla.

SHARP. JANENE ···---·- _·····- 93 Box 310. lloute 4, Neosho, Missouri

PARMER, ANITA -----······· 1400 Ave. H, Cisco, Texas

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REEVES, Mary Lou .. ---····--- 60 308 S. College, Bethany, Okla.

SHEPPERD, ANEITTA ... Route 2, Minco, Okla.

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REHFELDT. PHYLLIS --- 72 6300 College, Kansas City, Mi"SSuri

SHERMAN, MILDRED Calumet, Okla.

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REIMER. ERVIN Meade, Kansas

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REISS, TWILA _ .. ---·-- 72 Route 3, Lyons. Kansas

SHIRA, HAROLD Junction, �lissouri

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RENEGAR, WALLACE · ······-· 102 S.E. 11th, Bethany, Okla.

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SHORE, GLEN Johnson, Kansas

PARMER. BONITA 1400 A\'e. H, Cisco, Texas

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RICHEY, GEORGE .····-············ Box 188, Mt. Pleasant, Texas

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SHOWALTER, PHIL ·····-··- 93 812 N. College, Bethany, Okla.

PAYNE. JUDY ········----- ·-····. ·-····· 72 112 N.W. Ave., Bethany, Okla.

RIDINGS, JOY --··· ·· . ................... 93 708 N. ColJege, Bethany, Okla.

SHROUT, PHIL ----·-··-···-·-·····-·-···- 93 Route 1, Spivey, Kansas

PAYNE, LORETTA ---·--·-·..·-·- 81 Star Route, Garfield, Arkansas

- 93 RIEGER, GERALD .--·3125 Forest Lawn Ave., Omaha, Nebraska

SHUMAKE, PHYLLIS · . _ 82 1342 Stratford Ave., Nashville, Tennessee

PAYNE. ROBERTA 1524 S. 4th, Rogers, Arkansas

RILEY, JOY _ -· Route 1, Tahoha, Texas

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SIMMONS, PAUL ..... ---------------- ---- 93 9728 Champa Dr., Dallas, Texas

SIMPSON, MILDRED -- ...- 82 107 N. Peniel. Bethany, Okla.

SLOAN. BOBBY ....... 611 N.W. 3rd, Bethany, Okla.

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STURGEON, BETTY JEAN 1213 W. Warren, El Reno, Okla.

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SUMMER, CARL 303 N.W. lst, Bethany, Okla.

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SNODGRASS, LANNY -------------- 94 227 W. 22nd, Lawrence, Kansas SNODGRASS. ROBERT ------------ -- 73 407 N.W. 1st. Bethany, Okla.

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TOMPKINS, BARBARA 509 N. Greenwood Ave., Fort Smith, Arkansas

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TOMPKINS. MARY ELLEN Box 571, Jonesboro, Ark.

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WALTON, DANNY 805 N. 8th, Fairview, Okla.

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WATSON, CUITON 1706 Houston, Longview, Texas

WATSON, KAREN -----------------·· 83 1706 Houston, Longview, Texas WATSON, KATHRYN 1319 Circle Drive, Woodward, Okla.

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WA TIER, OBED 206 S.W. Ave., Bethany, Okla.

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WELLMON, JUDY Apart.ado 38, Granada, Nicaragua, C. A. --

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WESTMORELAND, BECKY 509 N. Willow, Bethany, Okla.

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WHEATLEY, LONA MAE--Alpena, Arkansas

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WHEELBARGER, JOHNNY ---------- 95 3618 N.W. 13, Oklal1oma City, Okla.

WHITE, JANICE ---2141 S. Waco, Wichita, Kansas

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WHITE, .MERRITT 2203 N. ''J'', Ft. Smith, Arkansas WHITE, MONA Vet Hut #19, Bethany, Okla.

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THOMPSON. DELON Freeman, Missouri

-VVANDEGRIIT, DELETTA 203 Westhill Dr., Cleburne, Texas

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STROUD, PAUL 845 Elm, Yukon, Okla.

WillTE, NORMA 115 Rustic Dr., Pasadena, Texas

WillTE, THOMAS 5523 Culver St., Dallas 23, Texas _

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WIEGMAN, BETH -- 2038 Travis, Amarillo, Texas

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WIENS, CUITON -- ----- 73 3 Glines Court, Harrison, Arkansas

WIKOFF, RICHARD --- 73 6721 N.W. 28th, Oklahoma City, Okla. WILDER, FLOYD --815 N. Ash, Guthrie, Okla.

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WILUAMS, JENE --····----····---·····-·- 83 Route 1, Box 59, Benton, Arkansas

WIRE, PAUL -·· -···--···---- 73 907 N. Mueller, Bethany, Okla.

YARBROUGH, PAT ___. _____ _ . 301 S. Beaver, Bethany, Okla.

WILLIAMS, JULIUS ··· ·-···-·-·-·- 95 Marshall, Texas WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE -··········-··- 95 127 E. Vine, Blytheville, Arkansas WILLIAMS, LOY -····-·--··-- 65 132 S. Crescent Ave., Kansas City 22, Missouri WILLIAMSON, GRAC E - ·········-··-··-········· 83 Bentonville, Arkansas WILLINGHAM, NELDA A. ··--····-·· 95 319 North Bailey, Hobart, Okla. WILLISON, FERN -- 93 314 West 12th, Hutchinson, Kansas WILMOTH, JAMES ···-···· ·· 73 1420 Chickasaw, Ardmore, Okla. WILSON, ALICE JANE ··--··--····----· 83 Route 1, Box 21, Rose, Okla. WILSON, DAVID ···--· ---· 95 5720 N.W. 42nd St., Oklahoma City 12, Okla. WIND, RICHARD ···-··-····--·····------- 83 IllS University Place, Burlington, Iowa

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