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BETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE

Bethany, Oklahoma

We Build For Tomorrow Bethany Nazarene College purposes to prepare

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for life.

Each

year

Bethany turns out students whose lives exemplify that of Character, Culture, and Christ. With this as our motto and goal, life becomes richer and more meaningful. 路 Throughout the school year, students have gained lasting memones. These memories are not always happy but have served as stepping stones to a greater future. It is to remind you of these happy memories that the ARROW exists . It is the purpose of this book to record and help the students relive those treasured times on the campus of BNC. The theme of the yearbook purposes to capture the spirit of college. We relate it to you through the portrayal of the school mascot, the "Redskins." It is the desire of the staff that you will help us unfold the activities which have molded the foundation for tomorrow.

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Table of Contents

Administration . . . . . 15

Religion . . . . . . . l l 7

Classes . . . . . . . . 47

Organizations . . . . . 135

Sports . . . . . . . . 199

Social Life . . . . . . 16 3

Advertisers . . . . . . 227 3

DR. DONALD

S.

METZ

Since his coming to BNC in 1951, Dr. Metz has won favor with both faculty and students. His love for his profession is exemplified in his outstanding lectures as he strives to help students find their place in Christian living. Dr. Metz is an outstanding educator and will long be remembered by his many students. His constant search for knowledge and his dedicated life to the school has led him to be known as one of the finest teachers that BNC has ever had. Although his serious side is much to be admired, his sense of humor and congenial warmth has made him an easy person with whom to converse. Dr. Metz, we are proud of you and wish to extend a hand of congratulations, and thank you for being true to your call.

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Science Hall Commercial

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Chapman Hall Fanning Hall

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Memorial Student Home Economics Project House

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Union Infirmary

left to right: Greve, Donskin, Craddock, Floyd, Cantrell, Ripper, Snowberger, lawrence, Metz.

ADMINISTRATIVE UOUNUIL DR. ROY H . CANTRELL, Chairman President of the College

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DR. C. HAROLD RIPPER Dean of the College

DR. VERNON SNOWBARGER Dean of Students

HARRY L. CRADDOCK Business Manager

DR. DONALD R. DANSKI N 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

DR. DONALD S. METZ Chairman, Division of Philosophy and Religion

DR. ROY H. CANTREll

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President

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Phyllis Shumaker makes an attractive addition to the President's office as well as an efficient secretary.

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Dean of the College At Bethany Nazarene College the selection and organization of the curricula into a feasible working program is but one of the many duties of the Dean of the College, Dr. C. Harold Ripper. He has proven himself to be a very capable administrator who takes a personal interest in each student. Before entering the field of education, Dr. Ripper served many years as a pastor in the Church of the Nazarene. His knowledge of students and his respect for their problems make him an outstanding leader on our campus.

Dr. Harold C. Ripper pauses for only a moment from his very busy schedule to satisfy ARROW photographer.

Dwight Uphaus, first semester mimeographing operator.

Pat Stafford made a n effici imt secretary in the place of recent se�retary Sybil Montandon.

Ruth Ann lewis, second semester memagraphing operator.

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D e an of Students The Dean of Students, Dr. Vernon Snowbarger, has a position which is vital to the welfare of the student life. Dr. Snowbarger spends much of his time in personal counseling, trying to help students find solutions to their particular problems .. It is this office that issues disciplinary measures, records class and chapel cuts, registers student cars, permits students to stay out late on occasions, issues permits for students to go home, and supervises many other important activities. This is the fourth year �or Dr. Snowbarger as Dean. His job is oftentimes unrewarded but h is ability and efficiency in handling student matters have helped to make life at BNC enjoyable.

Dr. Vernon Snowberger checks another student's file as he carries out port of his duties.

Typing requi res a lot of time in Mrs. Nellie Grimes' busy schedule. Ruth Rawlings performs just one of her many duties as office assistant.

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Business One of the most difficult tasks at Bethany Nazarene College is undertaken by the Business Manager, Harry L. Craddock. As one would ex­ pect, Mr. Craddock's work is never done. This, however, does not keep him from assisting students who approach him with monetary and personal problems. No matter how busy and how depressi11g matters may seem at times, one can always find Mr. Craddock happy and inspirational. Even though Mr. Craddock's posi­ tion demands much of his time, he always has the interest of the students at heart. With his many civic responsibilities and his position as Sunday School superintendent of the College Church, Mr. Craddock has gained the respect of all who know and associate with him. Mr. Harry Craddock, Business ¡Ma nager, signs his weJI.known signature to another important item.

Mrs. I rene Lawrence, assistant secretary to the Business Manager, makes another entry in her books.

Secretary Ruth Newberry makes a note of her many duties for the day.

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Office

Sue Meek, office assistant, makes good use of the adding machine in her routine.

Miss Florence Lu ndy, bookkeeper, rechecks her calculations as she strives for her well-known efficiency.

Carolyn Colwell receives money from a student with open h a n d and beaming smile.

Erliene Brunhau finds herself busy entering the latest figurďż˝!s in her books.

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R e gistrar Dr. Donald Danskin, Registrar of the College, fills a

very

responsible

position.

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is

his

office

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handles the high school records of each student. Each nine weeks this office is fa'ced with the recording of grades and distributing the grade slips.

It

is this

information that must be accurately recorded and be kept at finger-tip for many future purposes. Dr. Danskin has proven himself a capable ad足 ministrator as head of the department of business. Interest in the careers of the college students and behind-the-scene work has made Dr. Danskin an out足 standing leader on this campus.

Dr.

Donald

Danskin, Registrar, p repares his schedule for another busy week.

Mrs. Martha R h odeheaver takes time to give a smile as she carries o n her many duties.

Mrs. Jan Able and Melva Jo Dorn find much to do as they work on student records.

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Recorder One of the least recognized vital organs of the administration is that position of recorder filled by Mrs.

Leona McConnell

Meek.

Many students are

well aware that their scholastic records are kept up-to颅 date but perhaps may never come in contact with

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the recorder. Mrs. Meek is more than efficient; she is also a pleasant and reliable worker. She strives to be

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of assistance to those students who need help in any way. Mrs. Meek is a dedicated worker for God and His Kingdom. She served the Church of the Nazarene as a missionary to Africa and is still a tireless worker in the church.

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Mrs. leona

Meek, recorder, works on another student's file.

As Mrs. Meek assists, Ron Profitt gets a g limpse of路 his transcript.

Mrs. Rhodeheaver shows Donna Tanner how grades are recorded.

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Director of The office of the Director of Public Relations requires a versatile man in order to accomplish all the variotis things expected of him. The per­ son responsible· for this task is "Mr. Ambassador," Reverend Curtis Smith. As the situation varies Curt

Smith might find· himself

serving

as

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diplomat, a traveling salesman, a preacher, an ambassador, or an advisor to the would-be col­ lege student who has not yet decided where to attend school . A graduate of the college, Rev. Smith has a deep concern for the spiritual welfare of the col­ lege and individual students. His enthusiasm for the promotion of Christian education is felt all over the educational zone. Because his duties call him away from the campus,

everyone

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BNC

privilege

when

Rev.

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it

preaches

a

real

in

the

chapel service.

REV. CURTIS SMITH Director of Public Relations, scn·cs as B.N.C.'s ambassador of good will across the educational zone.

Miss Mattie Belle Jones types another letter as she happily does her work.

Sandy Brawn;ng, Annelle Boyer and lynda land are capable assistants as they fulfill their many tasks.

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Public R elations A former student of Bethany Nazarene College re­ turned to the campus of BNC this year as an aide to the Public Relations office. In the newly-formed posi­ tion, Elden Rawlings served as director of the Bethany Nazarene College News Service. Rawlings, a graduate student at the University of Oklahoma in the school of journalism, was assisted by Reba Meador, Borger, Texas, junior. The purpose of the news service is to provide both regional coverage for the college through city and state papers, and to effect an individual service for the student who has received some honor. or recognition during the school year. More than 1 ,000 news stories were released to pa­ pers in the Bethany Nazarene College educational zone . They told of speech tournaments, board meetings, queen coronations, scholarship awards and many other items of interest that college constituents, both in the im­ mediate area and in the far reaches of the educational zone, had yet to hear about. Newspapers were not the sole receiver of the re­ leases. Church district bulletins, Today, BNC alumni paper, the high school press and other facts of mass communication were provided with data about school and students. Hence, the hope of this new branch of service is to let the public know formally about the happenings at BNC.

ELDEN RAvVLINGS

T h e a n n u a l motorcades are a l l handled by this department. Reba Meador makes a very efficient secretary f o r Elden Rawlings.

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B oard of Trust ees Dr. Janette Aycock Chairman Dr. John Stockton Vice-Chairman

Rev. J. T. Gassett Secretary SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT Rev. James Hester Dr. Norman Miller Rev. Hearne Spruce

ABILENE DISTRICT Rev. Ravmond Hum Rev. M{lton Poole Mr. Raman Chandler

LOUISIANA DISTRICT Rev. G. M. Akin Rev. Ray Davis Rev. V. Dan Perryman

DALLAS DISTRICT Dr. Paul Garrett Rev. Clyde Ammons Mr. F. A. \Vilder

SOUTH ARKANSAS D ISTRICT NORTJI ARKANSAS DISTRICT Rev. W. L. French Rev. J. \V. Hendrickson Rev. J. Frank Hamm Rev. \V. R. Donaldson Mr. I. L. Stivers Rev. Bovd Hancock SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT Rev. Harold Harcourt Rev. Glen Jones Dr. I. C. Mathis Mr. H. C. Rustin Mr. Steve Cooper

HOUSTON DISTRICT Dr. Raymond McClung Rev. Hugh Dean Mr. A. J. Dougharty JOPLIN DISTRICT Rev. Dean Baldwin Rev. Paul Sodowsky Mr. Jack Sooter KANSAS DISTRICT Dr. Ray Hance Rev. Herbert Merritt Mr. E. \V. Snowbarger KANSAS CITY DISTRICT Dr. John Stockton Dr. A. Milton Smith Dr. Janette Aycock 28

NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRJCT Rev. J. T. Gassett Dr. L. N. Gilbert Rev. Leon Jennings Dr. E. S. Phillips NEBRASKA DISTRICT Rev. Norman Bloom Dr. \Vhitcomb Harding Mr. Blaine D. Proffitt

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA D ISTRICT Rev. Foy Bullock Mr. I. E. Emmert Rev. W. T. Johnson Dr. -Kenneth Rice ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE Dr. Paul Macrory PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE Dr. Roy H. Cantrell

Faculty

Hum anities

\VILLIS B . DOBSON Chairman, Division of· Humanities; Professor of English; Head of Department of English; B .A., Centenary College; M.A., Ph .D., University of Texas; Enjoys Reading, Playing the Piano, Swimming and Gardening.

ANNE BELLE LAUGHBAUM Professor of English; Diploma in Theology, Fo'rt Wayne Bible Institute; A.B., Greenville Col­ lege; M.A., Ph.D., University of Illinois; Honor Society Sponsor; REVEILLE ECHO Sponsor; Enjoys Writing, Ten­ nis, Traveling and Hiking.

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English, speech, and modern languages compose the departmental members of the Division of H uman­ ities. Through these members, the division seeks to enable the student to develop skills in the communica­ tive arts of reading, writing, srJeaking, and listening and to develop an appreciation of cultural and aesthetic values. Included in the department of English arc courses in English, American and world literature. The student is encouraged to form habits of reading in order to enable him to use literature as a means of understand­ ing his relationship to the world of today. Because of the public speech recitals, the speech department maintains a close working relationship with the division of fine arts. These recitals are the result of training in voice production, diction, and correct speech. Growing in importance is collegiate debate. This group participates in several outstanding tournaments in the Southwest. Not only is the student given ample opportunity to improve his own native tongue, but he is also offered courses in German and Spanish. Through the skills involved in these languages, the student may acquire the tools needed to gain a knowledge and understanding of these particular foreign coqntries.

CAROL LUNDY Associate Professor of Eng­ lish; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College; M.A., Univcrsitv of Texas; Graduate Studv, Okla­ homa Citv University �nd Uni­ versity of Oklahoma; ARRO\V Sponsor; Enjoys bicycling.

HELEN F. ROTH\VELL Associate Professor of Eng­ lish and Spanish; B .S., M .A., Ohio University.

ELLWOOD TAME Associate Professor of Speech; Head of Department of Speech; A.B., Northwest Nazarene Col­ lege; M.A., Ph.D., University of Denver; Varsity Debate Spon­ sor; Circle K Sponsor; Intra­ mural Council Sponsor; Likes Hunting, Fishing and Golfing.

RALPH L. LEWIS Associate Professor of Speech; A.B., Central Michigan Uni­ versity; B .D., Asbury Theolog­ ical Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigan; Likes hunting and fishing.

BESSIE OLSON Assistant Professor of Speech ; A.B., John Fletcher College; M.A., University of Oklahoma; Speech Club Sponsor; Mission Band Sponsor; Plans to tour Europe this summer.

MAURINE DICKERSON Assistant Professor of English; A.B., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege; M.A., Oklahoma State University; Literary Club Spon­ sor; Enjoys reading, listening to stereo and bicycle riding�

GERALDINE HUHNKE Assistant Professor of Modern Languages; Head of Depart­ ment of Modern Languages; A.B., Northwest Nazarene Col­ lege; M.A., State University of Iowa; Fulbright Scholarship; Collects "homespun" poetry.

ESTHER J. UERKVITZ Instructor in Spanish; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College.

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So cial S cience The Social Science Division has perhaps one of the most important tasks given to any division of a well­ rounded college educational system. Its purpose is to train students to realize that change is one of the most certain aspects of modern life and to look at the problems of the contemporary world in terms of the need for readjustment as brought about by change in personal, social, political, and economic life. This division covers almost every phase of living, from education to psy­ chology, from business to home economics, and from history and political science to sociology. Under the qualified leadership of Dr. Anne Greve, the faculty members of this division serve as guide to help students discover his own potentialities and limita­ tions in order to plan for his life in the light of these discoveries, and to help him apply Christian principles to daily living and to formulate a Christian philosophy of life.

ANNE GREVE Chairman, Division of Social Science; Pro­ fessor of Home Economics; Head of Depart­ ment of Home Economics; A.B., John Fletcher College; M.S., Iowa State College; Ph.D., Uni­ versity of Minnesota; Home Economics Club Sponsor.

DONALD R. DANSKIN Registrar of the College; As­ sociate Professor of Business; A.B., Nebraska State Teachers College; M.A., University of Nebraska; Ed.D., University of Oklahoma; Enjoys playing vol­ leyball.

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STANTON PARRY Assistant Professor of Busi­ ness; Head of Department of Business; B.S., Cornell U niver· sity; M.S., Ph.D., Michigan State University.

JESSE ANDERSON Assistant Professor· of Busi­ ness; B.S., Bethanv Nazarene College; M.B.A., University of Oklahoma.

LAWRENCE SNELL Assistant Professor of Secre­ tarial Science; B .S., Bethany Nazarene College; M. Comm. Ed., University of Oklahoma; Business Club Sponsor; Enjoys making home movie pictures.

JIM POSEY Special Instructor in Business; A.B., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege; L.L.B ., University of Oklahoma.

WESLEY MOON Professor of Education; Head of Department of Education; A.B., Houghton College; Ed. M ., University of Rochester; Ed.D., University of Buffalo; Enjoys hunting and fishing.

Faculty DOROTHY SHELDON Associate Professor ·of Edu­ cation; A.B., Kletzing College; M.A., University of Michigan.

CONSTANCE SPRUCE Associate Professor of Edu­ cation; A.B., University of Texas; M.A., St. Mary's Uni­ versity; SNEA Sponsor; Enjoys making ceramics.

FRED FLOYD Professor of History; Head of Department of History; A.B., Pasadena College; B .S., Mercer University; M.A., B .D., Vander­ bilt University; Ph.D., Univers­ ity of Oklahoma; Junior Class Sponsor.

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JACK RAIRDON Associate Professor of Social Science; A.B., Th.B., Bethany Nazarene College; M.A., Uni­ versity of Oklahoma; Enjoys attending court trials.

ELDRED LA DUE Instructor in Home Econom­ ics; B .S., Bethany Nazarene College; M.S., University of Illinois.

DON WILSON Assistant Professor of Phys­ ical Education; Head of Depart­ ment of Physical and Health Education; A.B., Bethany Naz­ arene College; M .Ed., Univers­ ity of Oklahoma; "B" Club Sponsor, Likes reading in his professional field.

Faculty JAMES GARNER Professor of Political Science and History; Head of Depart­ ment of Political Science; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College; B .S., M.A., University of Okla­ homa; Ph.D., State University of Iowa; Prayer and Fasting Sponsor.

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FORREST LADD Associate Professor of Psy­ chology; Head of Department of Psychology; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College; M.S., Uni­ versity of Oklahoma; Ph .D., University of Kansas; Social Science Club Sponsor; Loves to teach psychology.

C. H . RIPPER Dean of the College; Pro­ fessor of Psychology; A.B., Col­ lege of Emporia; M.A., Uni­ versity of Wichita; Ph.D., University of Iowa.

VERNON SNOWBARGER Dean of Students; Professor of Sociology; Head of Depart­ ment of Sociology; A.B ., Beth­ any Nazarene College; M.A., University of Oklahoma; Ph.D., University of Southern Calif­ fornia; Enjoys traveling and working with young people.

Faculty JOY BEAVER B.F.A., Bethany Nazarene College, M.S., Elementary Edu­ cation; Oklahoma State Uni­ versity; Enjoys sewing, flower arranging and gardening.

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Freshman, Jerri Bueto, admires the outstanding art display in the Student Union Building.

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Fine Arts On the campus of Bethany Nazarene College, the Division of Fine Arts has for its purpose the educating of young people to carry on the program of fine arts m

the church, the training· of t�achers in the field of

fine arts, and the preparation of especially gifted students for entrance into graduate work. The Fine Arts Division

encourages individual creative artistic expression by bring­ ing about a better understanding and appreciation of the arts through the various comscs offered in this Division . Professor Lester Dunn is the capable chairman in this department whose contributions to the musical life on our campus has made a lasting impression.

LESTER DUNN Chairman, Division of Fine Arts; Asso­ ciate Professor of Voice; Head of Department of Music; B .F.A., Bethany Nazarene College; M . Mus., University o f Oklahoma; Pupil o f Alex Milschinoff, Nurn_berg, Germany; Graduate Study, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; Stu­ dent Council Sponsor; A Cappella Director.

RAY BOWMAN Assistant Professor of Art; Head of Department of Art; B .S., M.S., Kansas State Col­ lege.

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EUGENE CHAMBERS Assistan t Professor of Voice; B .Mus., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege; M.Mus., University of \iVichita.

RUTH TAYLOR Assistant Professor of Music; B .F.A., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege; B .Mus., Oklahoma City University; M.Mus.Ed., Central State College.

KEITH PAGAN Assistant Professor of Music; B. Mus. Eel., Bethany Nazarene College; M.Mus.Ecl., Unvcrsity of Oklahoma; On Leave of Absence.

BETTY PAGAN Instructor in Piano; B. Mus., Bethany Nazarene College.

MARGARET DUNN Instructor in Piano; B .F .A., Bethany Nazarene College.

Faculty

DAVID UERKVITZ Instructor of Piano; A.B., Bethany Nazarene College.

NAOMI DOBSON Instructor in Voice; Diploma in Voice, Olivet Nazarene Col足 lege.

REUBEN RI-IODEI-IEAVER Assistant Professor in Music; B .Mus., West Virginia Uni足 versity.

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P hilosophy and R eligion The Philosophy and Religion Division is concerned with the ethical, cultural, and spiritual development of its students. Through every phase of instruction it offers, it stresses tolerance and clear thil}king, and endeavors to instill into the thinking of its students the desire to search for the truth. The foundation of the college was laid upon high standards of Christian effort. It was the purpose of the founders to educate students for the purposes of Christian service. It is under the leadership of the re­ cently elected chairman, Dr. Don S . Metz, that these ideals are kept alive in the hearts and lives of the re­ ligion professors.

DONALD METZ Chairman, Division of Philosophy and Re­ ligion; Professor of Religion; A.B ., Eastern Naz­ arene College; B .D., Evangelical and Reformed Seminary; M.A., University of Maryland; D.R.E., Southwestern Theological Seminary.

MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL Professor of Philosophy; Head of Department of Philosophy; A.B., Ohio University; M.A., University of Michigan; Ph.D., Boston University; Sophomore Class Sponsor.

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L. C. PHILO Professor- of Philosophy and Religion; A.B., B .D., Frankfort Pilgrim College; A.M., Chicago Evangelistic Institute; D.D., God's Bible School; M.A., Uni­ versity of Michigan; Ph.D., University of Oklahoma; On Leave of Absence.

W. N. KING Professor of Religion; A.B., Th.B., Pasadena College; M.A., University of Southern Cali­ fornia; S.T.M., Pacific School of Religion; S.T.D., Metropolitan University; Gospel Team Spon­ sor.

ROBERT SAWYER Associate Professor of Re­ ligion; Head of Department of Biblical Languages; A.B ., Th.B., Eastern Nazarene College; B.D., Nazarene Theological Seminary; Th.M., Central Baptist Sem­ inary; Freshman Class Sponsor.

HAROLD HOYT Associate Professor of Re­ ligion; Th.B ., Bethany Nazarene College; M.A., Phillips Uni­ versity; D.R.E., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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Dr. W. T. Purkiser was the guest speaker at the Religious Organizations banquet.

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Natural Science Bethany Nazarene College is proud of the excellent department of Natural Science. Included in this depart­ ment are courses in biological science, chemistry, engi­ neering, mathematics, and physics .. I t is its purpose to develop an appreciative understanding of the science; their cultural aspects; their relationship to the other areas of learning. Specifically, this department strives to provide thorough basic training for the various professions, and to provide adequate training for students planning to do graduate work in any of the several areas. Under the leadership of Professor Robert Lawrence, the faculty of the department endeavor to keep pace with the rapid movement of the Atomic age.

ROBERT LAWRENCE Chairman, Division of Natural Science; Pro­ fessor of Biological Science; Head of Department of Biology; A.B., Eastern Nazarene College; M.A., Boston University; Biology Club Sponsor.

RICHARD BUSHEY Assistant Professor of Biology; A.B., Th.B., Olivet Nazarene College; B .D., Nazarene The� ological Seminary; M.S., Uni­ versity of Illinois.

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DON BEAVER Professor of Chemistrv; Head of Department of Ch �mistry; A.B., Bethany Nazarene Col­ lege; M .A., Ph.D., Oklahoma State University; Chemistry Club Sponsor; Senior Class Sponsor.

GENE H EASLEY Assistant Professor of Chem­ istry; A.B., Hope College, Resi­ dence requirements completed for Ph.D., University of Kansas.

F. EMMETT HAMMER Associate Professor of Physics; B .A., John Fletcher College; M .A., University of Kansas.

EARL GREER Professor of Mathematics; Head of Department of Math足 ematics; A.B., Olivet Nazarene College; M.A., University of Illinois; Ph.D., Universitv' of Oklahoma.

Faculty

Several biology enthusiasts work intently on a coyote.

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Library One of the most popular spots on campus is the well worked library. Although the need for a new library is more than apparent, its efficiency is quite remarkable. TI1e library at present contains over 38,000 volumes and also has a constant intake of current periodicals, newspapers, pamphlet�, and records. Getting just the information needed by many studynts is the result of the excellent help of Librarian Elizabeth Smith and Assistant Kathryn Paschall. With a proper setting and enforced rules, the library has a mood which is conducive for studying. ELIZABETH SMITH Librarian; Assistant Professor of Library Science; A.B., Olivet Nazarene College; M .A., Uni­ versity of Denver.

KATHRYN PASCHALL .Assistant Librarian; Assistant Professor of Library Science; A.B., Trevecca College; B.S., Austin Peay College; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers.

Miss Smith gives helpful assistance while Faye Huffman looks on with interest.

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MRS. LUCILLE BOHANNON Bud Robinson Hall

MRS. CAROLINE COLWELL Fanning Hall

Residence Counselors

MRS. ALICE RAY Jernigan Hall

MR. AND MRS. FRANK McCONNELL Chapman Hall

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Campus P ersonnel

MR. MARVIN S IMPSON Maintenance Superintendent

MRS. KATIE DREWRY Food Service Manager

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BILLY JACK GRIMES Floor Crew Superintendent

WALTER HENRY shows his skill at polishing the floor of the Student Union.

Campus Personnel

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/J-� DR. PAUL MACRORY College Physician

DR. LEON GILBERT College Physician

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MRS. BETTY CLARK College Nurse

RACHEL ELROD College Nurse

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JOHN DALE PHIPPS College Marshall This is the highest academic honor that can be received by a junior boy. John Phipps is a business major and has maintained a 4.02 grade point average. It is with honor points that John has boosted his grade point over the four point mark. Recognition is especially given to the Col足 lege Marshall at commencement time when he leads all formal academic processions.

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MARJORIE IDA HALL College Queen Marjorie Hall is a home economics major and has achie,路ed a 3.85 grade point to take the honor as the girl having the highest grade point in the junior class. Further recognition will be given Marjorie when she, along with John Phipps, will lead the academic procession at commencement.

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CLASS OI?FICERS

Gene Martin President Verlin Anthony Vice-President Angie Miller Secretary Joyce Moore ------------------------Treasurer Marshall Pryor Student Council Representative Wales Lankford Chaplain Dr. Don Beaver Sponsor ____________________________

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Class p rexy Gene Martin and Secretary Angie Miller do their part in setting the mood at the Senior Beatnik Party.

Class of 1960 Bid Farewell With unrelenting crescendo, the symphony of a life replete with melodic progression hastens to its finale. And a friendship that is ours to share, with its 'largos' and 'allegros' moves everlasting; onward in sweet memories. . . . and sweet are the memories! Much like wide-eyed children in a world new and beguiling, we came from everywhere to Bethany Nazarene College. That was four years ago. With each unloaded suitcase, we brought dreams, great hopes, and looming expectations. Some of these have changed, some have been shattered perhaps, but a great number of these, our visions, have become realities. Without effort there has grown a bond of fellow­ ship which time and space will not soon sever. Friend­ ships have been formed which shall last to eternity. Together we have lived this priceless era of our lives­ together we have shared its duties and rewards, its anxieties and its joys. . . . and sweet are the memories! Who can forget the bugle call at 5 :00 a.m. on initiation morn­ ing? And we will always "remember Paris" -the side­ walk cafes, at least-at our Freshman Banquet. Rain and mud and fun equaled the Sophomore Spaghetti Supper. Then the Echo Tournament that year found us yelling our lungs out. We finally won by one point! There was the Sophomore outing, with sore muscles, full stomachs, and never-to-he forgotten fun.

Junior year came and college was no longer just a game for us. It had become serious work. But we had time for fun. \Ve laughed and stuffed at the Fall Steak-fry. The highlight of the year came when we played host to the seniors at the Skirvin Towers for a "Nocturnal Interlude." It was an interlude of beauty and warm fellowship. ' Came '59 and we were back. Things looked different to us this year. We stood rather awe-struck in the registration lines, realizing that this was our last go-round. And it had come so quickly! At our "Beatnik" Steak-fry we tried escapism for an evening. Time flew for us with the Junior-Senior Party, at which we played our last inter-class basket­ ball game. Then quickly followed the Senior Trip at Lake Murray and the Junior-Senior Banquet. Each year's activity was spiced with our apnual Christmas Tea at the home of our sponsors, Dr. and Mrs. Beaver. And here we are! Our hands will soon be clutching an ivy ring, and then a degree. We have changed from apprehensive "kids" to confident and capable young men and women with a waiting future. Much like one of God's rosebuds our class has grown. With the l ight, sustenance, and efficient care we have received while here, it has opened into full bloom. Now it stands ready to scatter its seed upon the winds. Where we go, what we do, and how we influence our world remains unwritten. 51

CURTIS AMMONS, Dallas, Texas; AB, Physical Education; -A Cappella, All­ School Athletic Director, B Club Pres­ ident, Varsity Basketball. VERLIN ANTHONY, Cleo Springs, Oklahoma; AB, Psychology; Circle K Club, Honor Society President, Prayer and Fasting, Vice-President Senior Class, Who's \Vho.

EARL BAKER, Gaylord, Kansas; AB, Religion.

VERNON BECKETT, Charleston, West Virginia; BS, Biology; Biology Club.

LORETTA BARTLEY, South Hutchin­ son, Kansas; BS, Business; FBLA, SEA, Prayer and Fasting.

CHARLES BOHANNAN, Bethany, Oklahoma; B Music Education; Band, MENC, Male Choir President, Or­ chestra.

ANNE BOHLKE, Clinton, Iowa; AB, Speech; Class Treasurer, SEA, Society Program Director, Speech Club Pres­ ident, Who's Who. JERALD BUSHMAN, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; AB, Religion.

JEANIE CLOSE, Kingsdown, Kansas; BS, Elementary Education; Class Cheerleader, Dorm Chaplain, Gospel Team Secretary, SEA. CARNA COLE, Emporia, Kansas; BS, Elementary Education; Honor Society, Prayer and Fasting, SEA Historian, Treble Choir.

ELBERTA BUTLER, Gordon, Nebras­ ka; BS, Elementary Education; SEA.

JEANETTE COBB, Blytheville, Ar­ kansas; BS, Elementary Education; FBLA, Gospel Team, Honor Society, Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting.

LYNN CARR, Norman, Oklahoma; BS, Biology; All-School Cheerleader, Bi­ ology Club, Class Cheerleader, Mission Bancl.

BOBBY COX, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Religion.

PHYLLIS CHEATWOOD, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, H istory; Heart Pal Queen. VADA ANN CLIFTON, North Little Rock, Arkansas; AB, English; A Cap­ pella, ARROW Staff, ECHO Attend­ ant, Heart Pal Attendant, Honor So­ ciety Secretary, Literary Club Secretary, Music Club, Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Society Secretary, Who's Who.

JOYCE COX, Breckenridge, Texas; AB, English; Honor Society, Literary Club, Prayer and Fasting. LLOY NELL CRISTY, West Plains, Missouri; BS, Home Economics; Home E c Club, SEA, Gospel Team.

CAROLYN CRONK, Ponca City, Okla足 homa; BS, Home Economics; Home Ec Club President, SEA.

LINDA CROW, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Home Economics; Home Ec Club, Gospel Team.

RONALD CROSLEY, Elkhart, Kansas; AB, Religion.

WALTER CROW, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Religion.

LOUISE JEANNINE DEAN, Tyler, Texas; AB, Functional; Biology Club, Prayer and Fasting. H ENRY DEPUE, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; AB, History; Prayer and Fasting, Social Science Club.

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BILL W. FOWLER, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion; Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting. BETTYE JO FOX, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education.

BARBARA DOUGLAS, Bethany, Okla­ homa; BS, Elementary Education.

LONNIE \i\1. FUSON, Wellington, Texas; AB, Biology.

CARLTON EASLEY, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion; Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting.

MARTHA GIBSON, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; AB, Music; A Cappella, Band Librarian, Gospel Team, MENC Secretary�Treasurer, Orchestra, Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Treble Choir.

JACKE EYESTONE, Bartlesville, Okla­ homa; AB, H istory. JOE W. FARROW, Cisco, Texas; AB, Speech; A Cappella, Chemistry Club, Society Vice-President, Speech Club, Varsity Debate.

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VELDA JEAN GORDON, Caddo, Oklahoma; BS, Home Economics; Home Ec Club, SEA. LOIS JOAN GRAVES, Pueblo, Colo­ rado; AB, Music; Gospel Team, MENC, Prayer and Fasting, SEA.

BILLY JACK GRIMES, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion; Janitor Super­ visor.

DEAN HARDER, Meade, Kansas; AB, Mathematics; Band, Chemistry Club.

JOE F. GUESS, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Physical Science; Chemistry Club Vice-President, ECHO Staff, Fresh­ man Chemistry Award, Honor Society, Literary Club.

DUANE HARDER, Meade, Kansas; AB, Mathematics; A Cappella, Band, Honor Society, Chemistry Club.

LARRY H ENDERSON, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Religion. ·

RAY HENDRIX, Havana, Cuba; AB, Spanish.

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OWALAH HONAKER, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Speech; Class Secretary, Literary Club, SEA, Speech Club Secretary and Vice-President. RICHARD E. HONAKER, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Biology; Biology Club, Honor Society President.

RUTH ANN MENRY, Hutchinson, Kansas; BS, Elementary Education; Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, SEA.

BOBBY HUFFAKER, Grassland, Texas; AB, Religion; All-Star Football Team, Prayer and Fasting.

KARYN H ERREN, Enid, Oklahoma; BS, Business; All-School Cheerleader, Business Club, ECHO Attendant, Prayer and Fasting.

ORLANDO R. JANTZ, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion; Band.

GAYLE ANNE HERRICK, Channel­ view, Texas; B Music Education; Ac­ companist, Band; Honor Society, Music Club Secretary. PERRY H IPPLE, Tucson, Arizona; AB, Religion; Christian Workers Associ­ ation; Literary Club President, Prayer .and Fasting, SEA.

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PAT JOHNSON, Kansas City, Kansas; AB, English; All-School Cheerleader, ARROW Editor, Class Athletic Di­ rector, ECHO Queen, ECHO Staff, Heart Pal Attendant, Homecoming Attendant, Literary Club, Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Student Council, Who's Who. MARLENE KELLEY, Parsons, Kansas; BS, Elementarv Educ;Jtion; Class Athletic Directo; .

RAYMOND KELLEY, Parsons, Kansas; AB, Mathematics.

EDNA LEA KILLAM, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Spanish; Honor Society.

LARRY KENNEDY, St. Louis, Mis­ souri; AB, Music; MENC, SEA.

FAITH KLINE, Houston, Texas; AB, Functional; A Cappella, Class Secre­ tary, Freshman Award, Heart Pal Queen, Honor Society, Literary Club.

GEORGE KLINE, Houston, Texas; AB, Philosophy; Circle K Club, Class Pres­ ident, Social Science Club, Society President. WYNELL KNIGHT, Mineral Wells, Texas; AB, History; Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Social Science Club.

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HARRY LOGAN, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Mathematics; Prayer and Fasting, SEA. MARY LOGAN, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; Prayer and Fasting, SEA.

LYNDA LAND, Bethany, Oklahoma; A� H istory; Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Social Science Club.

BOBBIE LOPER, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, History, Male Choir, Social Science Club, SEA.

E. WALES LANKFORD, Hennessey, Oklahoma; AB, Religion; A Cappella, Class Chaplain, Student Council Sec­ ond Vice-President.

KATHY LUNDY, Pasadena, California; BS, Elementary Education; ECHO Staff, SEA.

LINDA LANKFORD, Kansas City, Kansas; BS, Elementary Education; All­ School Cheerleader, Class Athletic Di­ rector, Homecoming Queen, Prayer and Fasting Secretary-Treasurer. BETTY LINK, Taloga, Oklahoma; AB, English; Honor Society Secretary and Treasurer, Literary Club, SEA Vice­ President.

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RONALD LUNDY, Bethany, Okla足 homa; AB, Speech; Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Speech Club. DONALD T. McWHINNEY, Raytown, Missouri; AB, Psychology; Circle K Club, Music Club, Society Program Director.

PAUL WESLEY MARSHALL, Lyons, Kansas; AB, Religion; Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting President, Who's V/ho.

CHARLOTT E MEADOR, Borger, Texas; BS, Elementary Education; SEA.

GENE L. MARTIN, Troup, Texas; AB, H istory; Circle K Club, Class Pres足 ident and Chaplain, Gospel Team, Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting President.

STANLEY MEEK, Oklahoma Oklahoma; AB, Religion; SEA.

JOHN M. METCALF, Tulsa, Okla足 homa; BS, Physics; Band, Chemistry Club, Prayer and Fasting. JO ANGELA MILLER, Bethany, Okla足 homa; AB, Spanish; ARROW Staff, Class Secretary, ECHO Staff, Honor Society, Literary Club, Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting.

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MARILYN MORELAND, Hays, Kan­ sas; BS, Elementary Education; Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, SEA Secretary. BILL MORRIS, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Religion; A Cappella, Band, Min­ isterial Club, Speech Club.

LUCY BELL M ILLER, Panama City, Florida; BS, Biology; Biology Club, Prayer and Fasting, Social Science Club.

DORIS NARAMOR, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion; Beth Anns, Mis­ sion Band Treasurer.

JON DONALD M ITTS, Wellington, Kansas; AB, Business; ECHO Asso­ ciate Editor, FBLA, Gospel Team Vice-President, Male Choir.

WILLIAM NORRIS, Wellington, Kan­ sas; AB, Religion; A Cappella.

JOYCE MOORE, Vienna, Illinois; AB, Sociology; Class Treasurer. CHARLES MORELAND, St. Louis, Missouri; AB, Religion; Gospel Team, Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting.

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JOHN NOR TON, Hamlin, Texas; BS, Biology. DAVID F. ODELBERG, Grand Junc­ tion, Colorado; AB, Physical Educa­ tion.

RALPH LOWELL PARKS, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; BS, Biology, Biology Club, Chemistry Club.

B. J. PHILLIPS, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; A Cap­ pella.

JUDITH PAYNE, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Business; Honor Society President, FBLA, Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Col­ lege Queen.

ROBERT M. PRENTICE, El Dorado, Arkansas; AB, Religion; A Cappella, B Club, Class Athletic Director, ECHO Most Valuable Player Award, Society President.

MARSHALL P RYOR, Shreveport, Louisiana; AB, Religion; A Cappella, All-School Cheerleader, Circle K Vice­ President, Collegiate Quartet, Prayer and Fasting, Student Council. RUTH RAWLINGS, Yukon, Oklahoma; AB, Speech; A Cappella, Honor So­ ciety, Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Speech Club.

KAY ROWE, Neodesha, Kansas; BS, Elementary Education; Gospel Team, Prayer and Fasting, SEA. RAYMOND E. ROWELL, Drumright, Oklahoma; AB, English; Literary Club, SEA.

DERYL J. REED, Grand Island, Nebraska; AB, Religion; SEA.

MADALYN J. SHANNON, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; Band, Biology Club, Class Secretary, Honor Society, Mission Band, Or足 chestra, Prayer and Fasting, SEA.

GOLDA REED, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; Prayer and Fasting, SEA.

GLEN F. SHORE, Johnson, Kansas; AB, Functional Pre-Law; Business Club, Chemistry Club, Circle K.

OZEY REED, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Business; FBLA. DON ROBB, Pueblo, Colorado; AB, Mathematics; SEA.

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YVONNE SHUMAKER, Eldorado, Oklahoma; BS, Home Economics; Home Ec Club, Mission Band Treas­ urer, Prayer and Fasting. HENRY A. SICKELS, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Religion.

BGBBY D. SLOAN, Bethany, Okla­ homa; AB, Business.

JOYCE MARI E SOLOMON, Powell, Wyoming; BS, Elementary Education; SEA.

CLARIECE SMITH, Little Rock, Ar­ kansas; AB, Religion; Gospel Team, Honor Society, Society Athletic Di­ rector.

LARENA STANLEY, Mooreland, Okla­ homa; B Music Education; ' MENC, Prayer and Fasting, SEA.

NAOMA STARK, Prescott, Kansas; BS, Elementary Education; Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting, SEA. JUANITA STEARMAN, Hooker, Okla­ homa; AB, Speech; ARROW Staff, Literary Club, Speech Club.

CARL SUMMER, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Religion; Class Chaplaih, Gospel Team President. JAMES DOUGLAS VAUGHAN, Pur足 cell, Oklahoma; BS, Biology; Biology Club, Honor Society.

DANNY JOE STEELE, Coffeyville, Kansas; AB, Philosophy and Religion; A Cappella, Circle K Club President, Class President and Student Council Representative, College Quartet, Honor Society, Student Council President, \Vho's Who.

KATHRYN WATSON, Scott, Ohio; BS, Elementary Education; ARROW Staff, Band, Honor Society, Literary Club, SEA, Speech Club.

PAT STRAWN, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; Band, Beth Anns, Biology Club, Honor Society, Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting, SEA President.

PAUL WHITAKER, Bethany, Okla足 homa; BS, Nrathematics; Prayer and Fasting, SEA. 揃

RICHARD STUMP, Texhoma, Okla足 homa; BS, Elementary Education. BETTY JEAN STURGEON, El Reno, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting, SEA, Treble Choir.

MERRITT L. WHITE, Fort Smith, Arkansas; AB, Business; Business Club. RICHARD LEE WIKOFF, Bethany, Oklahoma; AB, Psychology and Speech; Honor Society.

JENE WILLIAMS, B.e nton, Arkansas; BS, Chemistry; Chemistry Club, Gos足 pel Team, Prayer and Fasting, SEA.

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BOB WITHERSPOON, Bethany, Okla足 homa; AB, Biology.

DOROTHY WORLEY, Topeka, Kan足 sas; B Music Education; Honor So足 ciety, Mission Band, Music Club.

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DWAIN D. YOUNG, J3ethany, Okla. homa; AB, Sociology. KAY YOUNG, Bethany, Oklahoma; BS, Elementary Education; Honor Society, Mission Band, Prayer and Fasting, Treble Choir.

DUANE YOESEL, Mission, Kansas; AB, Religion; A Cappella, All-School Athletic Director, ARROW Business Manager, Class Vice-President and S t u d e n t C o u n c i l Representative, ECHO Staff, Men's B Club, Prayer and Fasting, Society Athletic Director, Varsity Basketball.

R ICHARD YOUNG, San Antonio, Texas; AB, Religion; Honor Society, Mission Band President, Prayer and Fasting President.

Seen peering through "rose-colored spectacles" are Dr. and Mrs. Beaver and Gina as they en路joy the gaieties of the Senior Beatnik Blast.

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Class Officers

Ray Lunn Hance Dave Jones Sue Lewis

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Vice-President

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Mary Lynn Wicker Kent Kline

President

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Comer Johnson Dr. Fred Floyd

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Secretary

Treasurer

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Chaplain

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Sponsor

Success of the J unior-Senior Banquet is expressed by these happy men; Ray Hance, Senator Kerr, Dr. Fred Floyd.

Class of

1961

The Class of 1961 Nears The Goal

Three years have swiftly passed for the Class of 1 961 . The Juniors now find themselves on the thresh­ hold of their last year at Bethany Nazarene College. Long to be remembered are the events of these past three years, especially the events of the junior year. At the beginning of the year the juniors found themselves with the title of "upper-classmen." This was the year in which studies became the main order of the day. General education courses were completed and courses in one's major field of study were pursued. Of course there were times of fun. On a moonlit October night, trucks took spirited juniors to a nearby ranch for a "Chicken Feed." Bales of hay and a bonfire beside a small pond provided an excellent setting for this occasion. The food and entertainment were plan­ ned by the married students. In March the juniors and seniors got together for an informal party in the gym. A basketball game be­ tween the two classes was the main event, following a comical program. An outstanding project of the Junior Class this

year was the presentation of Dr. Ellwood Tame and his oral interpretation of "Julius Caesar." Dr. Tame, B . N . C . speech professor, gave a commendable perform­ ance, one which the juniors were proud to sponsor. Soon after the advent of spring on the campus, books were once again put aside as time for the Junior­ Senior Banquet arrived. "Rendezvous With Dawn," the theme of the banquet, placed emphasis on the fact that graduation for the seniors was not an ending, but a beginning - the dawn of a new clay. In a setting at the H illcrest Country Club in Oklahoma City yellow pom-pom mums and candles were used to complement the . theme. Guest speaker for the evening was Senator Robert S. Kerr of Oklahoma. Not only were there times of study and fun, but the juniors also set aside time for spiritual things. Realizing that it is in this realm growth is most im­ portant, almost every Tuesday members of the class met together for prayer. Throughout all the year's activities this spirit remained as typical of the class motto, "Labourers Together With God." 69

Juniors Edwin Abla Janice Abla Joan Abla

Marion Adams Thelma Baggett Buddy Baker Ray Banning Carole Bartlett

Delores Bechtle John Beck Pat Belcher Robert Bentley Judy Bink

Jane Bohannan Rodney Bowen Donald Bridgwater Arlyne Brown Steve Brown

Judy Burnham

M . Agnes Butler

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Naomi Campbell Don Carley Frances Clegg Eldean Clifton Janie Cooper

Gladys Copeland Ronald Cronk Sandra Cuppy Elba Fern Depue Ann Dibble

Adeline Dommer Bill Duke Paul Durham Sharon Ellison Rachel Elrod

Elvera Enns Barbara Ferguson David Fletcher Don Fowler Bernice Frolich

Don Gadbow

Gene Galbraith

The campus is turned into a "Winter Wonderland" when

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Juniors Larry Green John Greve John Hall

Marjorie Hall Jim Hamilton Alvin Hammer Pauline Hammer Ray Lunn Hance

Barbara Harcourt June Harral Shirley Harrington Eleanor Harris Wendell Harrison

Carolyn Haynes Donald Heitman Kenneth Hembree James Henley Walter Henry

Manuel Hensley

Barbara Hill

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Freda Hinkle Nadeen Hofen Sheilia Hopkins Opal Mary Hoppe Kay Jeffries

Comer Johnson Jane Johnson Linda Lee Johnson Dave Jones Rosa Lee Keller

John Kelley Thomas W. Kelley Don Kite Kent Kline Harold Knotts

Betty Lackey Jerrold R. Lake Sue Lewis Ruth Anna Lewis Norman Lint

Sally Longnecker

Russell Lundy

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Juniors Carol McAnulty Melvin McCoullough Yvonne McCleery

Janell McFarland Edna Mabry Reba Meador Rosalia Miley Dene Moore

Ernest Moore Sylvia Moore Don Morgan Wayne Moyer Chester Naramor

Sharron Neufeld Barbara Newkirk Geraldine Nicholson Denny Owens Lilly M. Owens

Wilomae Owens

Gloria Page

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The Ghosts and Goblins were well represented at the

Han Kyoo Park Colene Patterson Ellen Payne

Loretta Payne Yvonne Payne Barbara Peats

vV. Elbert Perryman

Mary Ruth Petefish Scott Peters John Phipps

Cynthia Popejoy Lewis Poteet Elaine Powell Una Powell

Elizabeth Roberts

Curtis E. Robertson

Sharron Nuefeld adds life to the Beatnik Party while

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Juniors

Ruth Ann Scroggs Mildred Sherman Milton Shumaker

Phyllis Shumake Glenda Sickels Mildred Simpson

Jim Smith Lynn Smith Wendell Snowbarger Pat Stafford

Carl Soliday Wayne Stark Peggy Sullivan Carolyn Sulzer

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Lavern Sutherland

Several Juniors dig in as they enjoy the freedom of the Chuck Wagon feed.

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Carolyn Swigart Roy W. Thanscheidt Mildred Tipton

Dwight Upha �s Russell Walborn Karen Watson Judy Wellman

J on Lyle Whatley Gayle Wheeler Thomas White Mary Lynn Wicker Robert Williams

Grace Williamson Fern Willison Paul Wire Gerald Wisdom Edythe Wise

Barbara Wright

Pat Yarbrough

Denny Owens finds the games a bit difficult at the Halloween party as he overcomes the complications of his new attire.

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Class Officers

Tommy Davis Duane Wall

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Mary Tobey

President

Vice-President

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Sara Sampson Richard Spindle

Secretary

Treasurer

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Tom McLaughlin

Student Council Representative

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Dr. Mel-Thomas Rothwell

Chaplain

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Sponsor

Geraldine Thornton and Sandy Browning present high-classed entertainment at the Freshman-Sophomore Party.

Sophomores Class of 1 962 takes a step forward.

Attention! Forward, March! ! Thus echoed the campus of BNC, (better known as Fort. Friendly ) as the Sophomores began the Freshmen initiation. As reville was sounded, the Freshmen Buck Privates were lined up by their Sophomore sergeants for drill at 6 : 30 a.m. For one week, the Freshmen were ordered to wear beanies, salute their sergeants at every meeting, be prepared for room inspection, use a separate door for entrance into the dining hall, and appear in court to face charges and be punished for offenses to sergeants, or failures to obey rules. A Freshmen-Sophomore "mixer" was held to complete the week's activities. The first party shared by •the members of the Sophomore class was the chili supper. "Here .comes the bride" was the hilarious theme of the entertainment, as a mock negro wedding was given. Richard Spindle was congratulated for his excellent portrayal of the colored minister. The many hobos and tramps found running around the campus were later discovered as members

of the Freshmen and Sophomore classes who joined together for an evening of informal entertainment. A tramp trio, a hobo quartet, and a hillbilly guest speaker were some of the boisterous entertainers. Ice cream sundaes and cokes filled the bill for the hungry hobos. The evening was topped off with an enthusiastic basket­ ball game with the Sophomores coming out as the victors. One of the most anticipated events of any Sopho­ more class is the Sophomore outing held each year at Camp Classen. Sophomores found themselves swept up in the many events as they participated in softball, horseback riding, swimming, and boating. At the end of the day's activities each member of the class displayed sun-burned faces and weary bodies as they settled down to the evening campfire service. Times of devotion to God have played a big part in the class activities. The recognition of the class that God is the source of their strength and happiness has drawn the class closer together and has helped each one to reach for higher goals. 79

S ophomores

Winford Akins Brenda Albright

Bertha Alexander Barbara Jean Atkins Beth Baggett Coetta Baker Jeannette Barton

Freda Bateman Gary Beck Jettie Ann Belew Larry Bernstorf James L. Bertram

\Vinona June Black Janice Brechbill Bob Brown Sandra Browning Shirley Lea Buffington

Nevin Burkhart Homer Butler

Phyllis M. Butts Judy Calhoun

Ann Campbell Dortha Castleberry

Ruth Chestnut Bob Chilton Larry Classen

"White" become the dominant calor around campus during the month of February as snow clung to the trees and ground for" many days.

Ralph Classen Don Close Violet Cochran Dorothy Combs Merrictta Cook

Judy Lynn Craig Don Crew Carolyn Crider Maridell Cunningham Reese Daugherty

Adrian Davis Edward Dexter Melva Jo Darn Betty Alice Dorsey Belva Douglas

Darrell J. Duer Joel D. Duggan Wanda Duvall Merrill Alden Echer Ellen Edge

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Karen Ehrlich Alpha W. Elder

Richard Emerson Sherm Enterline Pearl Faidley Bob Friesen Carol Fuson

Joe Gibbs Bradley Gibson William Gilbert Arlene Goldsmith Sharon Grass

Peggy-jean Graves Cecil Gray Carol Jo Green Donna Greiner Dorman Griffin

Gloria Ann Hall Joel Hamilton

Bonnie Hample Gene· Hancock

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Kenneth Harvey Judith Haverly

Georgia Herren Nelda Anne Hobbs

Artists Jerry Roberts end Donna Tanner display their ability in a bstract drawings at the Senior Beatnik Blast.

Anna Mae Hodgson

Tom Holland Kathy Hollis Stanley Howse Benny Hubby Faye Huffman

Lany D . Hunter Betty Hutson Daniel M. Hyde Rue Jennings Gail E. Jergensen

John C. Johnson

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Jimmy Jones Kletis Kelly Irene Kindall Twila King

George Kotwitz Phyllis Krey Robert Laywell Wanda Faye Lea Onnalee Leonard

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Sophomores

Marilyn Louthan Laura Lucas

Harrell Lucky Delpha McCalla Geneva McCullough Janey McDowell Ruth McGraw

Tom McLaughlin F. Eldon McNutt James R. Madden Grayden Martin Pat Masters

Henry Meek Sue Meek Leota F. Melton Carolyn Montgomery Kaye Moore

Mary Nell Morgan Martha Munhollon

Larry Naggatz Calvin Newkirk

Elizabeth Nichols David Nobles

Freshman Peggy Gentry pays the penalty for venturing outdoors without the essential green beanie-bobbing for apples, Wilkins-and-Hancock style.

Jeanette Nord Connie Oberlander Robert Daniel Page

Cairo! Parker Linda Parker Ladell Patterson Shirley Ann Payton Gilbert Pelts

Eileen Philips Claire Phillips Johnny Rayburn Joy Ridings Sharon Riley

Jerry Roberts Benny Robertson Jerry Rose Christine Rust Sara Sampson

Theresa Schmidt Robert Schroeder Floyd Schwanz Merle Sellers Harold Shira

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Dred Simmons

Joan Sloan Ardeth Smith Barth Smith Lanny Snodgrass Donald Snow

Betty Soliday Richard Spindle Ruth Ann Stark Roberta Steininger

Elton G. Stetson Harriette Tabor Barbara Tanner Norma Teal

Garreth Tennyson Nelda Thomas

Jack Thompson Geraldine Thornton

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Gang? What gang? Kline, Martin, ' Yoesel, Harrison and Prentice are iust eniovina the Colleaiate auartet at the Senior Coke Party.

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Joe Lee Tompkins Deletta Vandegrift

Danny Steele, aided by Student Council members, .McCullough and Swig decorate the traditional Christmas tree in the Student Union.

Robert Versaw Florence Walden Brenda Sue Waldroop

Duane Wall Janice White Beth Wiegman Stan Wilkins

Calvin Williamson Lawrence H. \Villiams Nelda A. Willingham Ellen vVil son

Eleanor Wright Garry Wright John Wright Claude Yates Royce Duane Zook

Class Officers

Gary Jergensen John Uphaus

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President

Vice-President

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Ann McClung

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Secretary

Vera Jones ------------------ --- - -------Treasurer Don Knight David Allen

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Student Council Representative

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Dr. Robert Sawyer

Chaplain

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Sponsor

Freshmen relax in a n informal setting at the "hobo" pa rty.

Freshmen Class of 1 96 3 gets acquainted.

September, and all our dreams of college life be­ came reality as we, the class of 1 963, made our debut as B.N.C. Freshmen. After a week of entrance exams and indoctrination lectures, we completed our registration and attended our first college classes. We were slowly becoming adapted to our new life when suddenly we discovered that overnight our campus had been converted into a military headquarters - Fort Friendly. We "Buck Privates," conspicuous in our green beanies, were taught to humbly obey all rules set forth by the Sophomore "Sergeants;" insubordinates were assessed penalties by a prejudiced "court martial" jury. We obtained our revenge, though, as we defeated the Sophomores' basket­ ball team 48 to 47 in the traditional initiation game. \Vith the election of class officers and sponsor, we began a more active participation in class functions. Our first class party helped each of us to become better acquainted with our fellow classmates and the abundant talent within our class. Later in the year we spent a fun-filled evening at the Freshman-Sophomore "hobo" party, playing games, singing songs, and enjoying the en­ tertainment provided by the two classes. As we made preparations to attend the Messiah, December 6, Dr. and Mrs. Sawyer invited us into their home for an informal tea. We all enjoyed this opportunity to become better acquainted with our sponsor and his wife, and their son, Robbie.

With the advent of the society programs, inter­ class competition was no longer predominate. We entered readily into the new program, however, and soon earned recognition in our individual societies for our talents both in athletics and the Fine Arts. The year was not entirely frivolity, though. Our thoughts often return to the times when we as a class could talk with God and receive nourishment for our souls in the class prayer meetings which were con­ ducted by our chaplain and classmates. The highlight of the year came at our Freshman banquet when we ambled slowly along the path through an "enchanted garden" which led into a large patio. As we sat at our tables in the patio, we were entertained by several members of our class, and were also privileged to hear a very inspirational talk by Rev. Ponder Gilliland. As our Freshman life draws to a close, we pause to reminisce our eventful year, we, the class of 1 963, feel that our lives are much richer both spiritually and socially because of our fellowship together and the class spirit which was so prevalent at the first of the year still remains. As we look ahead to the next few years of our lives, we intend to "press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." 89

Freshmen

Jim Wayne Abla Toki N. Adams Jerry Akin

David E . Allen Karen Rae Aller Lloyd Bailey Carolyn Baird RexLen Ann Bathery

Jary Jane Beckett Virginia Bell LaYelle Bickford Danny Biddinger Lynn Howard Blakely

Jane Blaylock Annelle Boyer Robert Dean Branson Dilda Corene Brinkley Doyle Brinkley

Roy A. Broadbooks Merleta Brown Reta Sue Brown Terry Buchanan Joel Bumpus

Don Burpo Donna Bussey Ann Campbell Doris Chandler Arlin Chesney

Buddy Clark John Clark Ernie Classen Karen Classen Mary Cleveland

Sharon Close Bobby Cochran Sharon Lee Conrad Jim Conway Madelyn Fern Cook

Louise Copher Jackie Cox Lillie Cox Willis Crawford Kenneth Crow

Ann Cummins Jim Cummins Bud Curry Lyle Curtis Evelyn Daniel

Ann Davis Judy Dawson Vernona Dawson Joanne Deck Bill Dungan

Ron Eagan Pallie Sue Easley Waneta

Eastman

Jeanene Edwards Irma Elder

Freshmen

Jerry Elkins Donna Eller Vada Ellis

Joyce Ellison Sammy Elrod Raymond L. Emmert Gerald L. Eskew Carol Everts

Dona Beth Eyestone Dana Farmer Bonita Jean Farrow Kathryn Ferguson David Fitzgerald

Mary Forrest Dorothy Fox Sue Franklin Jean Friesen Shari Funkhouser

Jean Gadbow

Joan Gadbow

Professor Rhodeheover helps some struggling Freshmen as they ,.,,

Laura Galbraith Ruth Ganshorn Joe Garvin Arlen Gastineau Dorothy Gatewood

Peggy Elizabeth Gentry Gordon Golson Barry Grahaam Sherry Graham Toinette Green

Marilyn Greer Eleanor Greve Mary Eva Hagerman Phyllis Haight Ella Haley

Joyce Am1 Halford Betty Hand Darlene Harder Juanita Harrelson Don Harwell

Adele Haworth Carolyn Kay Henderson Donald L. Henderson Kay Hendrix Marvin Hendrix

Richard Hendrix Roy H. Herren Howard Hewett Dottie Maxine H icks Evelyn Hicks

Freshmen

Frances Hixson Nathan Hobbs J. A. Hodges

Gail Hollandsworth Jerry I lonea Rayedeene Hooper Donna Hunnicutt Larry Jablecki

ledra Jackson Leona Jarvis Gary Jergensen Dayne Johnson Drunette Joines

Larry Jone Don 1- 1 . Jones Don Lee Jones Gene Jones Vera Jones

Prebble Jordan DeLayne Karber Dennis Karr Wallace L. Keels Alta Kendall

Linda Sue King Janice Kinsch Don Knight Richard Koffmann Donna Kay Kopcho

Mary Krawitz \i\fayne LaForce Jane Lambert Charles Landis Frances Lane

Gerald Lane Helen Lewis Joyce Lewis Verna Lewis Lanny Lighthill

Charles Liles Teresa Lockhart Robert Harold Loy Tom Lucas Edna W. McClenahan

Ann McClung Nancy McCullough Bob McDani/::1 Karen McGuffey Glen McGuire

Barbara McNealy Betty Manning Norma Lee I\ 1athis Darlene Mattox Richard Maxey

Tommy May Betty Jo Miller Sue Miller Maymie Mohr Eleanor Moon

Freshmen

Linda Moore Linda Kay Moseley James Calvin Mulder

Ronald Mulford Patricia Murray Dean Muse Bobbie Nabors Mariam Nabors

Kathryn

immo

Marietta Nisley Karen Nobles David Norsworthy Anita Oyler

Nile Henry Page Mary Lou Palmer Sheila Parker Carolyn Payne Roberta Payne

Roy Perryman

Jerry Allen Potter

Sue Powers Carolyn Presson Barbara Price Helen Price Ron Proffitt

LaNette Pryor Betty Purvis Kathy Rains Karen Rapel je Gwendolyn Ratzlaff

Neva Ream Gerard Reed Gary Loy Richardson Rheda Joy Richardson Judy Rictor

Gordon Riggs Constance Annette Riley Caroline Robertson DeAnna Robertson Joe Robertson

Myrna Robichaux Barbara Roesink Ann Rogers Edna Rushing Philip Rustin

Wanda Samson Phyllis Sands Vernon Charles Scharer Arlene Sherpy Harold Shore

Freshmen

Doris Simmons Robert Skaggs Donna Sloan

Pauline Slocum Dean Slothower Jack D. Smith Saundra Smith Patricia Snow

Daniel Snowbarger David Lee Snowbarger Howard Vernon Snowbarger Joyce Sorgee Billy Lee Spindle

Phyllis Spry Richard Stahly Barbara Staples Ruby Stark Robert L. Stewart

Carol Stielow Linda Stivers Grace Stonecypher Diane Sutton Joyce Sweet

Shirley Ann Sykes Donna Tanner Kay Taylor Dwayne Thomason Jerry Thompson

Carole Tompkins Geraldine Tompkins Geraldine Esther Trimble Grady L. Underwood John Uphaus

Dwayne Vaughn Wayne Vaughn Rebecca Vinson Bill Viser Charlotte Walker

Keith Walker Lindell Watson Imogene Wheeler Marilyn White Floyd Whittenberg

Janet Wickham Sharon Wiggins Sandra Willems Doyle Williams Lawrence Williams

Shirley Williams Parker Wilson David Wire Charles L. Wray Karen L. Yarbrough

Arleta Young Helen Joyce Young William Henry Yount, Jr. Wilma Yount Ella Ruth Zimmerman Robert Zwink

P ost Graduate-s PAUL MOUNTS ThB

COY PRESSON ThB

CONRAD CARRIGAN ThB

DALE TIRY ThB

GLEN CHESNUT TI1B

CLIFTON WATSON Special

RUTH H IGHTOWER ThB

LINARD WELLS Special

You have been recommended to us from your campus for recognition in WHO's WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVESITIES AND COLLEGES. I t is a pleasure to tell you that your nomination has been accepted. The students recognized by this organization each year are nominated from approximately 750 colleges and universities. Campus nominating committees are instructed to consider, in making their selections, the student's scholarship; his participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities; his citizenship and service to the school; his promise of future usefulness. The organization awards each member a certificate of recognition, presented on the campus either at graduation or earlier in the year. Also, it provides a placement or reference service to assist members seeking employment, scholar足 ships or fellowships, etc. There is no cost to members for inclusion in the publication or for any of the services rendered by the organization. Best wishes to those of you who have received this honor. It is the hope that you will consider this recogi1ition a small reward for work well done and an encouragement for the future,

J ERROLD LAKE Muskogee, Oklahoma路 Philosophy-Religion Major

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VERLIN ANTHONY Cleo Springs, Oklahoma Sociology Major

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LEWIS POTEET Duncanville, Texas Philosophy Major

ANNE BOHLKE Clinton, Iowa Speech Major

RAY LUNN HANCE Wichita, Kansas Religion Major

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RUTH ANN SCROGGS Fort Worth, Texas Chemistry Major

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KENT KLINE Houston, Texas Psychology Major

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SHARRON NEUFELD Selma, Alabama Speech Major

Dallas, Texas Religion Major

PAT JOHNSON Kansas City, Kansas English Major

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CAROLYN SWIGART Woodward, Oklahoma Music Education Major

DANNY STE ELE Coffeyville, Kansas Philosophy-Religion Major

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DAVE JONES Kansas City, Missouri Chemistry Major

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VADA ANN CLIFTON Little Rock, Arkansas English Major

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B ethany First Church Bethany First Church of the Nazarene usually becomes the home of m �ny college students while here in school. This being true, the Church has a program which aims to be of help to various students. Under the leadership of Dr. E. S. Phillips, pastor, many of the religious activities of the school are carried on. Often times the religious organizations in the college take charge of V\'ednesday night prayer meeting services. Although the new church is in progress, one can find in the temporary place of worship, Bethany High School auditorium, the same spirit of devotion that had been prevelent in the old church.

Prog ress i n the construction of the new church.

DR. AND MRS. E. S. PHILLIPS

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Claire, Karen, Betty Jeon. Mrs. Phillips and Dr. Phillips.

BOB GREEN Minister of Education

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Front view of the church in construction.

1 1 H ENRY CHEATWOOD Minister of Youth

Foundation in construction.

RICHARD \VIKOFF Minister of Youth 1 19

Members of the Choir and Orchestra.

The M essiah December ushered to the BNC campus the excitement of another Yuletide season . Decorations of colorful array in the town of Bethany and the sparkle of soft candlelight in the college church added fervor to the happy season. The electronic speaker of the church pealed strains of beloved Christmas carols calling students and town's people to come to God's House to hear of His Son, THE MESSIAH. The choir, accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Taylor, organist, Mrs. Margaret Dunn, pianist and the BNC orchestra, under the baton of Professor Lester L. Dunn, began the oratorio. One-hundred-and-fifty voices were raised in tribute to Handel's "MESSIAH." Soloists, Mrs. Mabel Sonnevik, soprano; Mrs. E. S. Phillips, contralto; Professor Gene Chambers, tenor; and Mr. Geron Brown, bass, gave lift to the composition as they sang with their hearts as well as with their lips inhonor of our Lord. When it seemed as if the ultimate had been achieved, the audience rose to receive the "Hallelujah Chorus" as it swelled in a glorious symphony of sound. The strains of music filled the church and thrilled each heart for they brought to each the realization of the MESSIAH who came that all might live eternally.

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The Oratorio Chorus at Monday night practice.

Oratorio Chorus

PROFESSOR LESTER DUNN, Cond uctor.

All the beauty of nature seemed to burst into full glory during the month of May as tribute to the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Thus the one hundred fifty student voice Oratorio Chorus of Bethany Nazarene College on May 8, 1 960, united with all God's creation in tribute of praise through the medium of A. R. Gaul's, 'The Holy City." Three devoted musicians of our faculty, Professor Lester L. Dunn, conductor, and accompanist : Mrs. Leroy Taylor, organist, and Mrs. Lester Dunn, pianist, endeavored with patience to challenge the chorus to create the true beauty of Gaul's composition. Special performers involved in the presentation of "The Holy City" were: Sandra Browning, soprano; Mildred Tip足 ton, mezzo-soprano; Don Morgan, tenor; Gene Galbraith, baritone; and the Tri-State Trio, including Sandra Brown足 ing, Geraldine Thornton, and Deletta Vandegrift. 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 l ife, as expressed in the words, "My soul is athirst for God," which desire is followed by other passages expressive of the perfection of the higher life, such as "Eye hath not seen." The second part was suggested by the words, "I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth were passed way," thus realizing the desire and promise 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. 121

Revival Speakers

REV. MORRIS WILSON Opening School Convention DR. V. B. SEALS Spring Revival

REV. WILLIAM FISHER Fall Revival DR. V. H. LEWIS Second Semester Opening Revival Will am Lectures 1 22

Chapel Speakers

REV. DAVID BROWNING

DR. W. T. PURKISER

DR. PAUL UPDIKE Aycock Lectures 123

An O asis

Fanning Hall Prayer Chapel

Jernigan

Hall Prayer Chapel

It is within the walls of these prayer chapels that souls reach Heaven each day. It is only with this dose communion with God that a person may live a con足 sistent Christian life. Each dorm has provided a place for students to pray and seek refuge from the storms of life. It is truly AN OASIS.

Chapman Hall Prayer Chapel

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B u d Robonson

Prayer Chapel

Steve Brown, Harrell lucky,

Do nny

Steel, Marshall Pryor.

The Collegiate Quartet This group of young men hold the responsibility as being one of the leading representatives of BNC. Gone most of the weekends during the school year, the Collegiates find it difficult living out of a suitcase. They find, however, that the rewards received through their singing are more numeral and worth every trip made. Although the Collegiate's main work seems to be out across the educational zone, the students welcome any chance that they may get to hear the group smg on campus. We wish to express our thanks to this quartet as we feel they have contributed much to the success and advancement of Bethany Nazarene College. The quartet must not have read Emily Post recently as their sense of humor is showing.

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Quartets

Ray Hendrix, Gene H ancock, Don Knight, Johr> Uphaus.

Dick Stahly, pianist; Bill Dungan, Don David Fitzgerald, Jerald lane.

Burpo,

Don Morgan, Joe Tompkins, Barth Smith, Dwight Uphaus.

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Trios

Left to right: Edno Rushing, Betty Jo Miller, Modalyn Cook.

' Left to right: Pat Stafford, Yvonne S h umaker, J a n e Bohannan.

Left to right: Sandra C uppy, Phyllis Sh u make, Jeannie Close.

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Trio s

Left to right: Sandy Browning, Geraldine Thornton, Deletta Vandeg rift.

Left to right: Janel! McFarland, Carolyn Swigart, Millie Tipton.

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First Row: Masters, C rawitz, Bechtle, Bickford, Miller, Munhollen, J. Close. Second Row: Jones, Brown, Willia mson, Rushing, S. Close, Williams. Third Row: Mounts, Hendrix, Cook, Kinsch, Powell, Bell. Fourth Row: Snow, Wire, Branson. Filth Row: Smith, Hamilton, Benninger, Snowberger.

Gospel Team OFFICERS : President Paul Mounts Vice-president -------··----- ---Doyle Williams Secretary-Treasurer Jeannie Close Sponsor Dr. Floyd _ _ _ _

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Through practice man can approach perfection in any area of life. Gospel T�am offered an opportunity for student ministers and singers to train actively in Christian service. Members of the group spent long hours preaching, singing, and engaging in youth work. Gospel Team met bi-monthly on Thursday nights for inspiring services. The group held a Wednesday evening service in Bethany First Church as well as a chapel service for the college. Thirty students made up the Gospel Team travel­ ing group which put 4,000 miles of rewarding service behind them this year. Each Sunday, except those during college revivals, the traveling group held serv­ ices in Nazarene Churches far and near. A Spring banquet offered an evening of Christian fellowship for Gospel Team members.

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P rayer and Fasting League If you walked through . the door of the Fine Arts Auditorium at noon on Fridays, the warm spirit of prayer invited you to come in and pause from life's routine for a time of quiet fellowship with God. Many great battles have been fought and won by students on their knees in Prayer and Fasting. This service was without doubt the most inspiring offered to the students of BNC. Christ's presence never failed to penetrate the atmosphere of soft devotional music. A blessing could always be found there. The Prayer and Fasting League was organized for the purpose of promoting a deeper religious life for the students. Apart from the prayer hour, this year the organization sponsored a clothing drive on the campus. The money received from the Prayer and Fasting clues was used in a combined effort with Mission Band for purchasing a jeep for \Vallace and Mona \Vhitc in New Guinea.

Dr. Garner, sponsor; Barbara Morris, secretary-treasurer; Lawrence Williams, vice-president; Carner Jahnsan, president.

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Front Row: J. Bohannan, C. Haynes, S. Harrington, R. lewis, P. Stafford, R. Rawlings; Child ress. Back Row: L. Patterson, T. Mcla ughli n, C. Easley, G. Chesnut.

Mission Band

For those interested in missionary activity-either as a prospective missionary or as a faithful layman­ Mission Band never failed to offer programs of inspira­ tion. The group had its bi-monthly meetings on Thurs­ day evenings. The programs which were presented for Mission Band this year included slides from various mission fields, student speakers, foreign student speakers, and returned missionaries. Each program contributed to the purpose of the organization-to encourage mission­ ary interest and study. Twelve Mission Band members composed the traveling group which went to twenty churches dur­ ing the past year and held two week-end revivals. In each of the churches visited, the group had charge of the N.Y.P.S. program, the singing and the preaching service. This group acted as an effective ambassador for the college as well as the cause of missions where­ ever it traveled.

Miss Bessie Olson, sponsor; Judy Wellman, secretary; Yvonne Shumaker, treasurer; Charles Childress, president; Miss Mattie Bell Janes, Co-sponsor.

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I. Mounts, V. Morshall, Mrs. Contrell, B. Clerk, C. Henderson,

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Naramor, S. lewis.

B eth Anns OFFICERS

A minister's wife can be a great helper in God's

President -------------------Vadene Marshall

Kingdom if her life is devoted in sincere service at

Vice-president

Barbara Summer

her husband's side. The Beth Anns organization serves

Connie Henderson

as a training center for these young women. At their

Hazel Hawthorne and lvadene Mounts

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Devotion Chairman Sponsor

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Doris Naramor

Mrs. Roy Cantrell

ministerial students heard lectures from Mrs. Cantrell on the general phases of the life of a pastor's wife. Special programs in organizing Vacation Bible School, flower arranging, and parlimentary law were of practical value. In September the Beth Anns and their husbands were entertained at a reception in the home of Dr . and Mrs. Cantrell. Guests also included the faculty members of the Religion Department and their wives. A Christmas party, four teas, and a Spring banquet completed the Beth Anns social calendar for the year.

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Student Council Officers: Lewis Poteet, Jerrold Lake, Don Knight, Pat Johnson, Carolyn Swigart, Danny Steele, Prof. Lester Dunn, Melvin McCullough, Kent Kline, Marshall Pryor, Richard Spindle.

Student Council The student council is a student governing body elected each year for the P'-,lrpose of organizing campus activity and maintaining a connecting link between students and faculty. There are ten members on the council in足 cluding the president, vice-president, secretary-treasurer, editor of the ARROW, editor of the REVEILLE ECHO, representatives from each class, and a faculty sponsor elected by the council. Such functions as the All-School get acquainted party, Homecoming Celebration, Christmas Banquet, Twerp Week, Sweetheart Banquet, Fall and Spring Lyceums and many other weekend activities are a part of the responsibilities of the council. For the first time on the campus, a student leader's conference was held before the fall session of school. Through this conference both students and faculty gained a better insight into campus problems. DANNY STEELE President 1 36 .

The 1 959-60 Student Council members helped to make the school year a real success by their cooperation, Christian attitudes, and hard work.

MELVIN McCOLLOUGH Vice-President

CAROLYN SWIGART Secretary-Treasurer

JERROLD LAKE Director of Religious Activities

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First Row: M. No bors, Beckett, Hamilton, Cridder, Phipps. Second Row: Jablecki, Kelley, Harder, Kite, Wicker, Durham, Rayburn, B. Nabors.

First Row: Thompson, Clifton, McClung, Sherpy, Huffman, Dawson. Second Row: White, McWhinney, Franklin, Jergenson, Reed.

Ohe Cf<eoeille 8cho LEWIS POTEET Editor

. The REVEILLE ECHO, the campus student newspaper, appears every two to three weeks. With an emphasis on future events, its function is threefold : ( l ) to reflect newsworthy campus occurrences, ( 2 ) t o provide an outlet for student writing ability through book reviews, devotional articles, feature articles, and editorials, and ( 3) to link BNC journalism with col足 lege journalism from other campuses by membership in and attendance at national collegiate press groups. This year's emphasis has sought to achieve a . balance between local and national viewpoints on editorial affairs. Staff cartoons were another innova足 tion. The sports staff made occasional predictions on national sports in box form. At the same time, the news has centered on the campus itself.

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SHARRON NUEFELD Associate Editor

WINFORD AKINS Associate Editor

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CLIFTON WATSON Business Manager

JERRY ROBERTS Photographer DR. ANNA BELLE LAUGHBAUM Sponsor

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Sitting: Stivers, Cunningham, Tobey, Phipps, Clifton. Standing: Brechbill, Wall, Thompson, Rayburn.

The ARROW staff has worked hard and long this year to make this yearbook one that captures the lives of college students and the dreams of high-school students. It is with the theme of "School Spirit" that we have tried to captivate the unifying force prevailing at BNC. It is our hope that you will find this an en足 joyable book, and that you will have many happy memories of times gone by. The 1 960 ARROW staff presents "Moments To Remember."

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J ERRY ROBERTS Photographer

DUANE YOESEL Business Manager

MRS. CAROL LUNDY Sponsor

/ DELETTA VANDEGRIFT Associate Editor

ELLA HALEY Assistant Editor 141

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Back row: Buddy Prentice, president; Jim Hamilton, athletic director. Front row: Deletta Vandeg rift, secretary; Mary Tobey, program director; Clariece Smith, athletic director. Not present, Joe Wayne farrow, vice-president.

Kappa Pi Epsilon

David Allen portrays the plotting of Abraham Lincoln's death by John Wilkes Booth while his sweetheart, Faye Huffman looks on.

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Go Kappa Pi We're for you Epsilon And we will fight for you Until the victory's won . . . Thus began the fight �ong of this year's Kappa Pi Epsilon society. It displayed unprecedented ability in most of its competitive events, led by its talented officers . The enthusiasm and cooper�tion of each society member helped make Kappa Pi one of the top societies of the year. Athletics provided some of the most important high­ lights of the inter-society activity, and gave Kappa Pi members an opportunity to excell in their individual fields. The society football team, very appropriately called the "Kappa Kampus Krushers" ranked second in the final standings; the boys' basketball team placed first in the regular season play and in the Reveille-Echo tournament at the seasons end; and the girls' teams in basketball and volleyball did very well. Kappa Pi not only excelled in athletics, but also in speech activities. Society members combined their talents to take the blue ribbon in the speech contest and to provide the student body with an evening's enter­ tainment by presenting their contest program, "A Tribute to Lincoln", on December 5th. Thus Kappa Pi drew a successful year of competi­ tion, cooperation, and enjoyment to a close. Plans are already being laid for an even better year beginning next September, and every true-blooded Kappa Pi member is anticipating the fulfillment of those plans with the last few lines of the society fight song on his lips : And Though the odds May be great and be small Kappa Pi Epsilon Will win over all.

Front Row: Jerry Roberts, program d irector; Shirley Payton, women's athletic director; Sandra Browning, secretary. Back Row: Wayne Moyer, president, Gene Hancock, vice-president; Joe Tompkins, men's ath letic director.

Lambda Chi Theta The gymnasium rang wi,th applause and cheers, con­ cluding the closed night activities for Lambda Chi Theta, led by President Wayne Moyer. The program was de­ signed to acquaint the members with the several functions of their society in the fields of sports, music, speech, and contained a variety of examples from each of these fields. Opening the season of activities was a sequence of exciting football games. Cheerleaders Gerard Reed, Mary Ethel Parmer, \Ven dell Harrison, Arlene Sherpy, and Lawrence \Villiams helped to create enthusiasm for these sport events. Lambda mcmhers did well in the speech contest al­ though the society placed third in the final tally of points. Gerald Lane took first place in radio speaking; Gradin Martin placed first in poetry; and Gerald Lane and Gerard Reed took third in Bible reading and extemporaneous speak­ ing respectively. Lambda reached its peak of success in the presentation of its contest program, "Web of Pride," a modern dramatic presentation based on Sophocles' Antigone. Success from the beginning since all supervision was handled by pro­ gram director Jerry Roberts. Lambda Chi Theta rounded out its seasonal activities by competing in the society music contest. And as the curtain came clown on the year's events, Lambda members took pride in their many accomplishments and began looking forward to even bigger and better things next year.

Haimon (Gerard Reed) looks anxiously at Antigone (Sylvia .Moore) as his father Creon (Kent Kline) .caught in the "Web of Pride," summons g uards to take her to her death.

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Bqck row: Johnny Rayburn, athletic director; Harrell lucky, president; Anne Bohlke, program chairman. Front row: Sue lewis, secretary; Millie Tipton', ath letic director; Ruth Ann Scroggs, vice-president.

Sigma Delt a C hi

Joan of Arc, Sharron Neufeld, is being carried away to be bu rned at the stake.

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Spirit, Devotion, Christ . . . These words are representative of the Greek letter for which the Sigma Delta Chi Society is named. The spirit of the Del Chis was proven first by · th� fact that they won the closed night attendance competi tion. \\lith this same spirit, the mighty Del Chis capture< the football championship, and the basketball team wen on to place second in the Echo Tournament. Del Ch girls were also active in volleyball and basketball. Devotion was best exemplified in the cooperatior of the Sigma Delta Chi members. This cooperation wa: shown in the presentation of the society contest pro gram, ''L' Image de France," under the direction o Anne Bohlke. Music of the program was directed b� Gene Galbraith and Dwight Uphaus, with Danny Steel< as the narrator or artist. In another competitive phase, the speech contest the society placed second. Winning first places in th< contest were Sharron Neufeld, Bible reading; and Ann< Bohlke, extemporaneous speaking. Carolyn White an< Harrell Lucky placed second and third, respectively, i1 poetry reading, while Anne Bohlke placed third in radi< speaking; Ann McClung placed second in extemporaneou speaking, and Tommy \Vhite placed third in oratory. Throughout the year, the Sigma Delta Chi Societ� has endeavored to be Christ-like in every phase of th1 society's competitive program. Accomplishing this, Sigm; Delta Chi has fulfilled its main purpose as a society.

Back raw: Duane Yaesel, athletic director; Georqe Kline, president; Don McWh inney, program di rector. Front row: Vada Ann Clifton, secretary; Stan Wilkins, vice-president. Not pr esent, Marlene Kelley, athletic director.

Zeta Epsilon Rho Zeta Epsilon Rho set off the year's actlVlties during the Closed ight program at the beginning of the school year. The purpose of this first program was to generate interest among the members of the society and to urge them to participate in all activities of the society. Football, basketball, and volleyball events re­ ceived a considerable degree of attention in sports. Duane Yoesel and Marlene Kelley did a terrific job of coaching the teams and generated interest as well as competition. One of the highlights of the year's activities was the contest program "Contemporary XX", which was pre­ sented on the 1 2th of March. It was a variety of 20th Century music, humor, and drama that was accepted with a high degree of success. Contests in speech and music were held in the first and second semesters re­ spectively. They were designed to give everyone an op· portunity to participate in an activity. Zeta Epsilon Rho ended this year's activities look­ ing forward to an even bigger and better society in the future.

J effrey, George Kline, returning mysteriously, asks Kathy, J uanita Stea rman, to escape with him through the window.

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Front Row: V. Jones, J. Mcfarland, S. Browning, L. Stivers, I. Kindell, C. Jared, J. Mowry, J. Locke, D. Vandegrift. Second Row: M. Gibson, K. Jennings, M. Tipton, C. Swigart, G. Thornton, D. Nicholson, G. Page, W. Owens, B. Newkirk. Third Row: W. Vaughn, J . Tompkins, W. Henry, W. Moyer, D. Morgan, B. Morris, J. Lane, G. Ha ncock, G. Galbraith. Fourth Row: T. White, M. McCullough, C. Watson, P. Durham, K. Crow, B. Prentice, J. Uphaus, D. Uphaus.

A C appella C hoir A glowing Christian experience combined with a well-trained voice was characteristic of each of the thirty-six m embers of the college A Cappella Choir. Under the direction of Lester Dunn, the choir mastered another outstanding repertoire of religious music. The choir made a number of local appearances throughout the year. A successful musical season will be climaxed with the annual twenty-one day tour ending in Kansas City for the General Assembly during the month of June. The A Cappella Choir spent some time learning delightful popular numbers for the Music Week presentations. The group rehearsed daily. Prayer meetings and socials were also among the choir's activities. The choir unites as a body promoting Christian education performances and always offers good music.

PROFESSOR LESTER DUNN Choir Director

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officers chosen for this year were: Gene Galbraith, president; Dwight vice-president; Janell McFarland, secretary-treasurer; Clifton Watson , Martha Gibson, entertainment chairman; Don Morgan and Paul luggage officials.

Herrick, Pianist. First Raw: McGuffey, King, Graves, Worley, Swigart, Gibson, Chandler, Vandeg rift, Aller. Second Row: Bickford, Thompkins, Hoffen, Spry, Cook, Nobles, Bell, Kindell, Yarbrough, Leonard, Hicks. Third Row: Rodeheaver, Spanser; Harrison·, Wanzo, Kennedy, Henry, Durham, Martin, Bohannan, Uphaus.

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The MENC was reorganized last year by Mrs. Lester Dunn. Professor Rodeheaver made membership part of the Music Educators National Conference, which is a subdivision of M EA for music students. The membership is opened to students majoring or minoring in music. The members this year attended Oklahoma State Music Educators Conference at North East H igh School in Oklahoma City. Their monthly meetings of the club consist of programs specially designed to cover such areas as covered in music courses such as lectures and demon­ strations. Mr. Roger Steward, trumpeter from Okla­ homa City symphony, and Mr. Henry Foth, who spoke on the qualifications for teaching music were among the special guest speakers.

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First Row: Cun ningham, Ridings, Petefish, Kindell, Hammer, D. Tanner, Vandeg rift, Greiner, Browning. Second Row: Yarbrough, Alexander, B. Tanner, Nobles, Scaggs, Wanzo. Third Row: Rodeheaver, Director; W. Vaughn, Eagan, Akins, Gibson, Bell, D. Vaughn, Harrison, Uphaus, Gad bow, Isaacs, Funkhouser.

Orchestra In the third year of performance since its reviVIng, the Orchestra of BNC has completed a full schedule of performance. The thirty-piece orchestra ac足 companied the annual presentation of the "Messiah" in December, gave iln evening concert of popular music in January, entertained the Oklahoma motorcade in April, and presented its final program of selections from Schubert, Liszt, Dvorak, Grieg, during Music Week in May. With greater instrumentation the Orchestra will make a continuing advance足 ment for finer music. Under the leadership of Professor Reuben Rodeheaver the ensemble has been an inspiration through music to all who were its audience. The Orchestra of BNC is open to all instrumental players, brass, woodwind, percussion, and strings by try-out.

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Seated: W. Vaughn, Liles, Harrison, Hamilton, Nobles, Branson, McClung, Aller, Snowberger, Robichaux, Adams, Yarbrough, Jergen足 son, Killam, Kindell, Proffit, Harwell, D. Vaughn, Chandler, Hewett, Upha us, Gadbow, Isaacs. Standing: Rodeheaver, Director; Gibson, Davis.

Band The sounds of woodwind, brass, and percus足 sion instruments blending together the quality of each instrument, dissolve to make the unity and music of a college band. Under the leadership of Professor Reuben Rodeheaver, this musical ensemble added spirit to the basketball games, and with classical and popular music entertained the student body in chapel and evening concerts. The forty-five members of the band along with other instrumental ensembles have made much progress over the past few years. With continued enlargement of instrumentation each ensemble will be able to perform major works. As an organization of BNC, the band is seek足 ing to represent the college over the Education zone.

Godbow, Secretary-Treasurer; Davis, Vice President; Harwell, President; Rodeheaver, Sponsor.

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Douglos Voughn, Rolph Parks, Joe Robertson, lucy Miller, Darlene Harder.

B iolo gy Beta Sigma Lambda, or the Biology Club, is an affiliate with the Oklahoma Academy of Science. The Biology Club offers membership to any biological en­ thusiast. The club offers a program of varying type from educational films, demonstrations, guest speakers, field trips, operations on live specimen, to an alumni ban­ quet. In addition to meeting twice a month for club activities, the Biology Club has carried through a worth­ while project this year. The club purchased an FM tuner, record changer, and three speakers to be placed in the Science Hall for the enjoyment of those who must spend their afternoons with their hands in form­ alin or their eyes straining down a microscope. Both active and associate memberships are possible for those students who will someday be serving hu­ manity of our day as our doctors, dentists, nurses, technicians, and teachers. Ja nice Brechbill, secretory-treasurer; Sammie Elrod, Don Bridge­ water, vice-president; Lilly Owens, representative; John Norton, Dick Honaker, president.

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John Kelley, Rue Jennings, Dean Harder.

John Norton, Russell Lundy, John Metcalf. Ralph Parks.

Chemistry More than ever before we as American citizens are depending on our scientists and their efforts in the field of science. This scientific fervor has shown itself in the increased membership of Beta Chi Alpha, the Chemistry Club of our campus, which is affiliated with the Chemistry Associates of Bethany Nazarene College, an alumni organizations. Through the club activities of a field trip to an industry and laboratory relating to chemistry, films and research into specialized areas, the club members better acquaint themselves with this field and its possibilities. These students interested in physical science take a step into the social world by giving an annual banquet for its alumni members during the Homecoming Season .

Harold Shi ra, vice路president; Ruth Ann Scroggs, secretary路treasurer; Don Carley, president; Dr. Beaver, Sponsor.

James Bertram, Harold Shore, Dave J ones, Carolyn Crider.

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Seated: Papejay, Dibble, Bateman, Zimmerman, Meador, Belcher, Graves, Baggett. Standing: Solomon, Roberts, Knight, land, Belew, Atkins, Blaylock.

Seated: Stanley, Bartley, lewis, Copeland, Mohr, Riley, Stark, Cooper. Standing: lewis, McCullough, Hipple, Burnham, Thompson, McFarland, Branson, Rawlings.

SNEA President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer H istorian Sponsors

Pat Strawn Betty Link Marilyn Page Mary Lynn Wicker Clifton Watson Miss Spruce and Dr. Moon

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This organization is open for membership to all who wish to teach in the p � blic schools. Membership in this cluh entitles one to the NEA Journal and Th e Oklahoma Teacher publications. The theme for programs has been "Helping the Teacher to Measure Up." The club this year played host to the fall workshop for OSEA and OFTA. There were 1 50 delegates representing 50 schools.

Seated: Tipton, Strawn, Link, Johnson, Clifton. Standing: Watson, Poteet, Wilkins.

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The project for the year was the completing the buying of a tape recorder for the educational de­ partment.

Front Row: Watson, Reed, Uphous, Tompkins, Poteet, Dexter. Back Row: Dr. Tame, Fitzgerald, McWhin ney, Shore, Jones, Martin, Jergensen, Robertson, Hubert Harris.

Front Row: Anthony, Jergensen, Watson, Poteet. Back Row: Wall, Eagan, Fitzgerald, Jones.

Circle-K Club The Circle-K is a campus service club for men. This club, an affiliate of Kiwanis International, m足 creased its membership to twenty-five this year. Projects for the club usually require either ex足 penditure of money or physical effort from members, or both. Some projects this year have been : giving assistance to a blind student on campus, refurnishing the dormitory prayer chapels, clearing the Youth Center athletic field for night football games, washing of student automobile windshields before Thanksgiving vacation, acting as guides for "Motorcade" tours, and giving an all-school chicken feed ( Circle-K Kapers ) and Spaghetti Supper. An important secondary benefit of the club is its value to the members themselves. A weekly dress足 up meeting brings the group together to hear some important speaker. The secondary emphasis of the club is also toward courteous, gentlemanly conduct on the campus. Membership in the club is restricted. Applicants are screened by the administration's Personnel Policies committee, the Circle-K Board of Directors, and by the club membership.

Seated: Board of Directors: Ha nce, McCullough, Wilkins, Steele. Sta nding: lucky, Secretary; Johnson, Treasurer; Kline, President; Pryor, Vice揃President.

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Seated: Payne, Bartley, Schmidt, Robichaux, Gadbow. Standing: Profitt, Howell, Yates, Snell, Sponsor.

F. B . L. A. F. B. L. A., Future Business Leaders of America, school students interested in business.

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F. B. L. A. on Bethany Nazarene College campu s is a member of the national organization, and has participated in its program. Each year there is a std te convention for all F. B . L. A. chapters. This year the club sponsored a spelling contest for high school students. They also had contestants who entered the Miss Future Business Executive and Mr. Future Business Executive contest. The candidate for Miss F. B. E., Judith Payne, won second place; and the candidate for Mr. F. B. E., Gary Beck, won third place. Bethany is happy to have a student who is a member of the state F. B. L. A. executive council among its ranks. Myrna Robichaux was elected at the state convention to fulfill the position of College Vice President. Yes, F. B. L. A. is an important organization for students in business. It is a relatively new organiza足 tion in the state of Oklahoma; however, it is an impo rtant organization. for business students. Its main pur足 pose is to help better prepare students to enter the b usiness world and to help them to become better ac足 quainted with this all important world.

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Seated: D. Bechtle, B. Manning. Sta nding L. Stivers, M. RiChardson, J. Blaylock.

Enns, Dep�e, Page, Cristy, Gordon, Baggett.

Home E conomics Club

Those eligible for membership in the Home Economics Club include anyone enrolled in a home economic course, or majoring in this field. One of the club's functions is to furnish the world with efficient, qualified homemakers as well as teachers in the field. Those women who plan to be married some day should remember that first of all you are a home maker. Those who plan to make the field of home economics a career receive experience and information which will enable them to train others in our rapidly advancing field. Activities in which the club has participated this year include : preparing and serving refreshments for the All-School Party, a tour of the bakery, tour of Humphy Dumpty's meat department, and a view of the latest in fashions and hair styling. P. Belcher, Secretary; U. Powell, Vice President; G. Copeland, President; R. Lewis, Treasurer; Miss Greve, Sponsor.

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Seated: Clifton, Brechbill, Hofen, Vandeg rift, Worley, Watson, Young.

Seated : Cox, Kindell, Crider, Herrick, Elrod, McGraw, Martin.

Standing: Jergensen, Hensley, Hance, Anthony, Durham, Poteet, Shira.

Standing: Wikoff, Wall,

Kline, McCullough, Steele, Vaughn.

.H onor S o ciety ( Phi Delta Lambda )

The local chapter of the honor society is Alpha Nu, an affiliate of the Epsilon chapter of the National Honor Society of the colleges of the Church of the Nazarene. Membership is open to any student who maintains a grade point average of 3.40 for two con足 secutive semesters. Seated: Strawn, Cole, Hall Nuefeld, Kline, Nichols. Sta nding: Copeland, Powell, Payne, Killiam, Yarbrough.

The Peniel room of the Student Union building is the place of meeting for a luncheon each month. Although academic work usually takes preference in the club, there are times when the members of Honor Society take time out for fun. The annual steak fry is always enjoyable. The members of Alpha Nu are in charge of one chapel program each year during which they are pre足 sented with their pins and certificates of membership.

Phipps, Pres.; laughbaum, Sponsor; link, Sec.-Treas.; Uphaus, Vice Pres.

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First Row: F. Floyd, Sponsor; l. land, B. lackey, W. Knight, K. Kline. Second Row: B. Loper, J. Rayburn, B. Chilton, H. Park.

Social Science Club Enthusiasts of history, political science, sociology, and psychology gain a more fully developed concept of their field of interest through the Social Science Club. Through visual aids, field trips, guest speakers, and group discussions, the events of the past, present, and future are considered in regard to their Im足 portance to our town, county, state, nation, and world. Two alumni groups-the History Associates and the Psychology Associates足 who are made up of graduates with these particular undergraduate majors have an important connection with the club. An organization such as this is a valuable contribution to the field of social science on the campus.

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First Row: W. Snowberger, J. Phipps, B. Prentice. Second Row: C. Parker, W. Moyer, J. Rayburn, S. Wilkins. Not present: Duane Yoesel and Curt Ammons.

Men's " B " Club Everyone would probably agree to the fact that to be a well rounded personality, one should include participation in some athletic activity in their diet. The men's "B" club is an organization established to promote participation in sports. It is this club that tries to help students find a common bond of interest. Two of the services rendered by this club for this year were the running of the concession stand at all the basketball games and selling tickets to the Homecoming game. Eligibility for this organization requires participation in two or more of the major sports on campus or having played on the Redskin team. Each year the club meets for their final business meeting and chooses the one whom they think has displayed the highest quality of sportsmanship and fair play through the events of the year. The capable leaders for the past year have been : President, Curtis Ammons; Vice-President, Johnny Phipps; Secretary-Treasurer, \\layne Moyer; Sponsor, Coach Don Wilson.

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Marion Adams, Betty link, Jea nette Cobb, Ann Dibble, J uanita Stearman, Carlton Easley.

Maurine Dickerson, sponsor; Vada Ann Clifton, secretary· treasurer; Perry Hippie, president; Carna Cole, vice-president.

Lit erary Club The name of the club is actually Pente Technai. This name was chosen because it sug­ gests the fine arts : sculpture, music, art, drama, and poetry. The object of the club is to enrich living by promoting a deeper appreciation and better under­ standing of the arts. There were many interesting and challeng­ ing programs this year featuring talks by : Miss Elizabeth Smith, "Notable Books of 1 958;" Dr. Sawyer, Dr. Metz and Dr. King, ideas about J. B.; Dr. E . S. Phillips, "Literature in the Pulpit;" Dr. Rothwell, "Aesthetics in Literature;" Dr. Sawyer, "The Sin Problem in Literature;" and several students who read their own productions of cre­ ative writing. Joyce Cox, Angie Miller Martin, Kathryn Watson, Mary Ruth Petefish.

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Front row: Gerard Reed, Jerry Roberts, Sharron Nuefeld, Don Harwell. Back row: David Allen, Kent Kline, Duane Wall, Winford Akins, David Wire.

Varsity D ebate This year's Varsity Debate squad displayed an ability which made it one of the best in the school's h istory. Such a showing can be credited to the leadership of its coach, Dr. Elwood Tame, the addition of several outstanding new de足 baters, and hard work by everyone. The intercollegiate season was highlighted by the accept足 ance of the squad into the national debate fraternity, Pi Kappa Delta, and Sharron Neufeld's trip to the national oratory finals held at East Lansing, Michigan. She received this trip as a reward for placing first in the Senior Women's division of oratory at the State tournament. Laurels earned at the State tournament were typical of the year round success of the squad. B. N. C . debaters placed second in Junior Men's debate, first in both Junior Men's and Senior Women's oratory, and . a first and two thirds in men's and women's poetry.

Debate Coach, Dr. Elwood Tame and Debate Manager, Sharron Nuefeld.

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A noteworthy seasonal record was compiled while in competition with such highly touted teams as Brigham Young, U. S. Military Academy at West Point, College of Pacific, and Texas Christian, Kansas State, and Florida Universities.

T h e debaters consider a n afternoon devoted t o looking u p new material in the periodical room time well spent.

An inter-squad practice debate helps to sharpen the wits in preparation for a big tournament.

TEAM AVERAGE 49. 8 % 2 1 7 DEBATES

A Saturday afternoon roundtable consists of comparing new arguments and exchanging newly discovered quotes.

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On some of the longer out-of-town trips, the early足 morning hours often find members loading the car with luggage and typewriters.

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Homecoming Coronation

Queen, Carolyn Swigart gives her escort, Danny Steele a pleasant smile as she descends from her throne.

None of the pearls i n the ocean were ever as lovely as this assemblage at the Homecoming coronation .

Queen Carolyn makes her entrance as the royal court gazes on.

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Cupid sets an appropriate mood for the Heart-Pal royalties.

King Verlin Anthony and Queen Geneva Powers happily reign over the banq uet.

Part of the royalty are Prince Kent Kline and Princess Pat Johnson.

Prince Melvin McCullough and Pri ncess Oeletta Vandegrift may have been unaware af the capturing photographer.

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Radiant smiles are given by the royal court as they look out from their winter wonder land.

Duane Yoesel does the honor of robing Queen Pat Johnson.

Princess Veda Ann Clifton and Queen Pat oblige the photographer with happy smiles.

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Princess Karyn Herren and Gina Beaver are pleased with their snowball thrones.

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Home coming Fe stivities

First place winners in dorm decorations, Bud Robinson Hall attempt Ia "throw the Alumni overboard."

Jernigan Hall girls made a display of "Beat the whale out of the Alumni."

Fanning Hall made the Alumni their target as they portrayed "Spear the Alumni."

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Alumni Welcome

The Alumni were g reeted with refreshments on Homecoming Day.

The Student Council rolled out the red carpet for the Alumni.

The Band played host to the Alumni as they filled their afternoon with enjoyable listening.

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H eart -Pal Banquet

A smile of satisfaction is displayed by Dr. 路Cantrell.

Sing enjoys his first Heart-Pal Banquet.

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Geraldine Thornton and Ella Haley seem to be having a good time at the banq uet.

Silver and Blue were the prominent colors for the decorations done by Vada Ann Clifton.

Freshman Banquet ��The Enchanted &;arden"

With ivy trimmed columns and a trickling fountain the setting for the banquet proved majestic.

Delightful smiles were upon the faces of the Freshmen as they relaxed with an evening of enchantment.

Reverend Ponder Gilliland was the special speaker of the evening.

Freshmen were pleased with the banquet as they realized their work was not in vain.

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Sophomore Outing

The Sophomore Class found a beautiful scenic Camp Classen for their day of playing "hookie."

Sandra Browning handles the oars as Georgia Herren directs traffic.

Joy Ridings proves her name as she shows her ability of handling a horse.

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Oeletta Vandegrift has a moment of embarrassment as her cup turns over in her plate.

These happy Sophomores enjoy the stranded feeling as they try to move their raft.

"With the Wind and The Rain in my Hair" could well be the theme song of Faye H uffman at the end of the day's activity.

Sing takes a step into a boat to start his day of relaxation.

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Junior - Senior

Senator Robert S. Kerr entranced the audi足 ence as he talked about "Rendezvous With Dawn."

Wanda Kennedy, who entertained with her beautiful soprano voice, delig hts with the delicious food.

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J unior sponsors, Dr. and Mrs. Floyd enjoyed sitting by the honorable Senator Kerr.

Dorm mother, Mrs. Alice Ray, made a lovely addition to the eloquent dawn setting.

Banquet

Dr. and Mrs. Cantrell and Senior Sponsors, Dr. and Mrs. Beaver, are head table occupants.

J u niors and seniors alike wait for the delectable southern fried chicken while appetites grow and g row.

Comer Johnson and Judy Burnham are a happy couple as they reveal their engagement.

Some found it necessary to take a rest and enjoy the surroundings.

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R eligious O rganizations Banquet

Dr. Purkiser, speaker of the evening.

The head table seems to be beaming with contented occupants.

Decorations making use of world g lobes were apparent on every table.

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The louisiana motorcade were welcomed g uests at the banq uet.

Professor Arendt (David Fitzgerald) stoops to pick up gold pieces scattered by the ruth足 less Mr. Behrend (Duane Wall).

The faces of the family reflect their stark horror at the hysterical account of death and misery as related by Jon (Kent Kline).

"The E nemy"

The hyper-suspicious Mizzi (Millie Tipton) betrays her pride in her son Kurt (Greg Lewis).

The inimitable Bor"uska's spi rits soar as she seeks to impress Bruce (Don Kite), the un moved Englishman, with the magnitude of the goose she is cooking.

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R ecitals

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PROFESSOR H . EUGENE CHAMBERS ACCOMPANIST, DAVID UERKVITZ

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Twirp Week

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Bonnie Hample takes the first step by asking for a date.

This week is set aside so that the gentlemen on the campus may enjoy the customary responsibilities which they have all through the year given to the ladies. The dates are asked for by the ladies, who must also call for the boys at the Chapman parlor. Plans for the evening are arranged by the ladies; this includes selection of entertainment, dining place, and the procurement of transportation for the oc­ casion. During daylight hours, the girls must stand back and permit the boys to enter the dining hall first, they must help seat the gentlemen, walk on the outside when on the street, and carry all books. Sponsored by the Student Council, which as a special concession to the ladies makes a special effort to provide ample festivities for the week, these one hundred twelve hours are thoroughly enjoyed by guys and gals alike. Aside from many dinner dates and impromptu parties, the couples were also able to attend the Senior lyceum and see films. Ladies are given the privilege to stay out 'till l 0 : 4 5 each week night and 1 1 :45 on Friday for this occasion. Who knows but what many romances are begun through the Twirp Week.

Roy Hendrix enjoys the pleasures of Twirp Week os Kay Jeffries lugs his books.

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I rene Kindall puts forth the "do-re-mi" while Dwight Uphaus "downs the hatch."

Faye Huffman carries on her duties as she opens the door for Don Crew.

Joyce Moore ond Carol McAnu lty escort their dates and help them out of the cor.

Responsibilities Are Reversed For One W e ek

Mary Keller seats Tom Mcla ughlin in the dining hall.

Mary Jane Beckett smooths her hair and Arlene Sherpy waits nervously while Jack Thompson calls their dates.

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Varsity Cheerleaders

Front Row, left to right: Dru nette Joines, Captain; Mary Ethel Palmer. Back Row, left to right: Gerard Reed; Jerry Roberts; Lawrence Williams.

Perhaps the Varsity Cheerleaders are one of the hardest working groups on the campus. It is their responsi足 bility to keep the spirit alive at the Redskin games. Th is group also is in charge of the bani fire and decorations for the gym on Homecoming Day, which requires many hours of their time. Their efforts can be appreciated and are due congratulations as they led the student body in cheers with efficiency and precision timing.

Formula for success: many hours of practice.

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KAPPA PI EPSILON Rue Jennings, Rayedeene Hooper, linda Stivers

ZETA EPSILON RHO Vada Ann Clifton, Marilyn Louthan, Rheda Richardson, Geneva Powers McCullough

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Women's D o rmito ries A dormitory is not just a house. Though girls may live within its rooms, The dorm may live within the girls. It sees, with sightless eyes, the tears and fears足 The joys and cares of all Who live within its walls. A dormitory is a comforting thing. Its solid walls shut out the cold, And keeps its insides warm. It comforts one and calms one's fears足 It is a home away from home. "Mom" Ray makes her final approval on Barbara Wright's formal.

A dormitory is a sad thing. It sees the tears of partingFor the summer, or for life. It groans at night because of cares. A dormitory is a happy thing. It holds young girls with dreams. (Theres Jack, and Bill, and - Tom . ) It loses girls t o homes.

Karen Watson and Ruth Ann Scragg's make plans for tomorrow.

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Janice Brechbill shows her cat skeleton to her dorm friends.

Wynell Knight shores her experiences of the day as roommate Vera Jones sets her hair.

Phyllis Haight sighs with relief as Ruth Ganshorn finally finds her suitcase.

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Roberta Steininger and Connie Oberlander add a few memories to their collection.

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Men's D o rmitory Now my name is Tony - short for Anthony you know. I'm an ant. I live next to the craziest place! The place is made of bricks, and is nearly always buzzing wi.th noise. You see, this place is on a college campus - a little one named Bethany Nazarene College. They call this big house, Chapman Hall. Wow! what neighbors! Here I am at 1 :00 a.m., all sound asleep, when I hear this noise - a little drip. Some college Joe has doused his friend - my house is flooded. I rush right out and plow right through the mud to this old brick I know. It's dry.

Dorm "Squealers" Anthony, Joh nson, Peters, Martin, Metcalf, lake. Seated: McConnell, Dorm Counselor.

Then lights flash on, and water really flies! The noise is something fierce. Well, I drag back to bed at 2 : 00. You know? I kinda like the place - always something different. Wow! look at the size of that grass seed! Be seein' ya!

One telephone does not seem to be enough as men wait in line.

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Who sleeps late on Saturdays? No one in the men's dormitory.

Nightly get-togethers are quite fashionable in the boys dormitory.

Even though the men's rooms are similar, Larry J ablecki makes his o utsta nding with just a little ingenuity.

All primping isn't done by women as Richard Stahley makes the final touches before picking up his date.

l Joe Robertson and Gail Jergensen discuss a popular subject, "Books."

Vernon Scharer interrupts Don Knight momentarily as h e relates good news.

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The Drag

Merleta Brown shows her skill in flipping hamburgers.

With the assistance of Duane Yoesel, Dane Wilson, learns of the treats at the Drag.

The Drag has for many years been thought of a� the hub of the campus. It is here that students find many hours of relaxation and a change from the pressures of studies. The Drag is run on a non-profit basis and is there for the benefit of the student. The workers in the Drag are anticipating the day when they will receive the gift of the class of 1 960. The plans call for installa­ tion of a french-frying apparatus and a grill. The grill will have capacity to produce 450 hamburgers per hour. A small refrigerator is included in the plan­ ning. A glass case will be provided for pastries. A new sign for the wall will be arranged. There are even more improvements but even with these stated, the Drag will be considered, even more so, the center of all activity.

Waiting for service are these patient, young men.

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Campus

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Cla riece Smith doesn't seem to be all present in her 7:30 a.m. class. Gerard Reed faces his fi rst major issue of the day-getting out of bed.

Relaxation and informality makes pleasant studying for Jim Cummins.

Jack Thompson finds eating to be one of the major sports at SNC.

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Nelda Hobbs leads Sandra Browning and Geraldine Thornton in the hilarious sack race at the Freshman-Sophomore hobo party.

Gerard Reed and Windy Harrison try their hand at gymnastics.

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Verna Lewis falls from the rolling concrete pipe while her companions, Helen Price and Phyllis Krey remain as champions.

Sharron Nuefeld seems to be ' lost in a dream world when she is really supposed to be working for Dr. Tame.

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The Circle K .C l u b boys put on quite a demonstranon as they unveiled the bulletin board supplied by the club. Carlton Easley and Wayne Sta rk have quite a task lifting the heavy tar paper.

Don Crew makes good use of studying facilities in the Library.

Mrs. Snowberger and Mrs. Cantrell help themselves as they enjoy the delicacies of the Jernigan Dorm Party.

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Windy Harrison found a comfortable barrel for his attire at the recent hobo pa rty.

The BNC Band as they attempted to encourage the Redskins on to victory at Homecoming.

I High school students on the Kansas motorcade find registration a little confusing.

Lynn Smith tests the security of the ladder before he ascends to his job.

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Art students take advantage of sunny skies and try their hand at d rawing trees.

Gail Jergensen finds the unicycle quite a challenge.

Kay Jeffries is caught unaware as she tries to collect dorm dues.

Mary lynn Wicker h urries to straighten 路 her bed before the 11fell-tell" camera reveals its secret.

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Kent Paris takes a lead off third base ready to score.

Jerry Elkins adds a little flavor in the darm by playing his bongos. The Jernigan Hall St. Patrick Day party p roved to be a success as these happy indu lgers show.

G. W. Kotwitz looks expectingly for the long awaited letters from home.

Losing her sack in the sack race proved quite a catastrophe to this hobo at the Freshman-Sophomore Pa rty.

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Athletics At BNC The intramural program for sports at Bethany azarene College is geared to help students find a common interest in which to draw onesself. The athletic program serves a two-fold purpose: the at­ traction of members of the student body to a common point of interest, and the promotion of physical de­ velopment. Sports are not the major point of interest at B C, and it is not the purpose to over-emphasize such a program. Fair play is upper-most in all activities and has not given over to the desire to win. Participa­ tion is open to all who desire to play. \Vith the initiation of societies this year, the out­ come of athletic events have been more evenly dis­ tributed between teams. Since all good players are not on one society, the .activities this year have been almost breath taking up to the very encl . DON WILSON Head of the Athletic Department

Athletics began this fall with touch football, ' played on campus in a location and at a time con­ venient enough so that those interested in watching or playing may do so. When Old Man Winter breathes on the B C campus, alf retreat to the gymnasium to thoughts of "Round" ball. The two main highlights of the year are the ECHO tournament and Home­ coming. Softball seems to be a favorite sport of many and is soon ushered in with the tiniest bud popping out on the trees. The athletic program of the school is an important phase of college life, contributing much to school spirit as well as affording opportunity for recreation and physical exercise and offering to the spectator some of the best in athletic entertainment.

Duane Yaesel and Curt Ammans AII·Schaal Athletic Directors.

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SIGMA DELTA CHI Johnny Rayburn

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KAPPA PI EPSILON Jim Hamilton

LAMBDA CHI THETA Joe Tompkins

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Delayne Karber catches the ball an his fingertips as a member of the apposition rushes in to make the tag.

Football With the B C students getting settled down - to a new year of college life, all-school athletic directors, Curt Ammons and Duane Yoesel could be seen marking off "Windy Stadium" in preparation for the first football sea足 son under the new society program initiated this year. The program was adopted to promote better competition and more participation in sports' activities. Another first was the three night games included in this year's schedule to in足 crease interest and boost attendance at the games. These were played at the youth center with great success. V/ith little knowledge of each society's strength, Kappa Pi Epsilon was predicted to take the crown and seemed well on their way with a 33-0 victory over Zeta Epsilon Rho. But with perfect football weather prevailing, Sigma Delta Chi edged Lambda Chi Theta 7-6, lost to Zeta Epsilon Hho 3 1 -9 then went on to four consecutive victories to take the crown with a 5-l record. Kappa Pi Epsilon finished second with a 3-3 record. Zeta Epsilon Rho and Lambela Chi Theta finished the season with 2-3-l and l-4-l records respectively.

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Football Action

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Players from both teams work for positi'on as the ball hangs on the rim.

The BNC Redskins had another successful year as Coach Don Wilson lead his team to a record of 7 wins and 5 losses. The opposition for the year was composed of industrial teams and church teams from the Oklahoma City area. The caliber of play was very high as most of the teams that the Redskins faced were composed of boys that played college ball during their .career. The team of eleven boys represented every class as there was one senior, two juniors, three sophomores, and five freshmen on the team. vVith only one senior, the Redskins should be even stronger next year than they were this past year. The Redskins started out slow by losing their first two games to the powerful Tri n ity Baptist team led by Oklahoma City University graduates and to the strong Alumni team lead by Rex Dorough. The loss to the Alumni. was the hardest defeat for the players to accept as the H omecoming game is played with bitter rivalry. After the loss to the Alumni, the Redskins bounced back to win their next five games and they looked im颅 pressive in each encounter. After suffering a three game losing streak in the middle of the season, the Redskins bounced back to win their last two games to end with their record of 7 wins and 5 losses. Most of the scoring for the year was done by John Phipps, the fine Junior guard; Duane Yoesel, the only Senior, who played forward; and a fine newcomer, Freshman, Joe Robertson. Also doing much scoring during the year was first string guard, Stan Wilkins and Sophomore Johnny Rayburn. Coming into their own as rebounders were first string center Gary Jergenson and Willis Crawford who played at every position. Although playing the role of reserves, Ed Nicholson, Gary Richardson, Tommy Davis, and high-jumping Dick Stahly figured prominently in all of the Redskins victories. REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS REDSKINS

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Wilkins (45), Yoesel (22), and Rayburn (25) battle the opposition for the ball.

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DUANE YOESEL 4 Years Forward 1 69 Points in 1 2 Games

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STAN WILKINS 2 Years Guard

JOE ROBERTSON 1 Year Forward

GARY JERGENSON 1 Xear Center

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Front Row: Robertson, Stahley, Yoesel, Wilkins, Phipps. Back Raw: Rayburn, Jergenson, Nicholson, C rawford, Davis, Richardson.

Homecoming Teams

ALUMNI

The Bethany High School gymnasium provided the scene �s the annual Home­ coining Basketball game was played be­ tween the Bethany Nazarene College Redskins and -a powerful team of BNC Alumni. The boistrous crowd cheered repeatedly as both teams performed brilliantly in the highlight of sports activity of the campus. The game started fast. The Redskins were confident having won the last two previous homecoming games. The Alum­ ni, however, had other ideas and quickly jumped to an early lead. The Redskins were never far behind though, and as the half ended, the Alumni enjoyed a very uncomfortable 33 to 26 lead.

Front Row: Farmer, Kennedy, Hight, Westmoreland, Gardner. Back Row: Strangeland, Dorough, Southworth, Draper.

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Homecoming Action

Crawford tries to clear the ball a s Southworth of th_e Alumni attempts to tie him.

The ball hangs in mid-air as Jergenson (33) Rayburn (25) of the Red足 skins watch it along with Dorough, Kennedy and Farmer of the Alu mni.

Yoesel (22) of the Redskins and Hight (3) of the Alumni try Ia control a jump ball.

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Front Row: J a red, Hamilton, May, Kline. Back Row: Prentice, Uphaus, Martin, Elrod, Huffaker, Broadbooks.

Home coming " B " Game

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In the preliminary game at Homecoming, a group of older Alumni played the Redskin "B" team an exciting ball game before bowing 5 3 to 52. B uddy Prentice and Roy Broadbooks scored 1 7 points each for the "B" squad.

Front Row: Human, Draper, Strangeland, Johnson. Back Row: Cypert, Camel, Scudday, Kastner, Posey, Silvey.

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Prentice (55), Elrod (3 1 ), and Kline (44) battle far the ball with a hidden Alumni player.

A free throw attempt hangs on the rim as both teams look on.

Alumni Che erleaders

Kentley George, Jacq uetta Eudaley, Shirley Posey, Jack Davidson.

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Thomoson leaps high to snare the ball for Sigma against Kappa in the finals of Echo Tournament.

Players from Zeta and Lambda form a ja m under the basket as they fight for a rebound.

Intramural Basketball

With the formation of societies at BNC this year, the intra-mural basketball competition was between four teams. TI1ey were : Zeta Epsilon Rho, Sigma Delta Chi, Lambda Chi Theta, and Kappa Pi Epsilon. Members from all four classes were included in each society and this helped to make the competition fierce and very close. As the season pro­ gressed, many games were not decided until the last few minutes of play. Kappa Pi Epsilon, coached by John Phipps, molded into a fine team as the season progressed and they went on to post ·a fine 5-1 record which was good enough for first place. This team was led by the sc? ring of Curt Ammons, Buddy Prentice, and Wendy Snowbarger. Sigma Delta Chi, coached by Johnny Rayburn, also had a fine team but they lost twice to Kappa and ended up in second place with a 3-3 record. Sigma was led by the fine play of high-jumping Cairol Parker and speedy Bob Huffaker. Zeta, coached by Duane Yoesel, and Lambda, coached by Wayne Moyer, ended up in a tie for third place with mediocre 2-4 records. Zeta

possessed one of the finest players in the league in Ralph Classen while Lambda was paced by forward Ron Eagan, who was one of the leading scorers and rebounders in the league. Because of their winning the regular season play, Kappa was favored to win the post-season Echo Tournament. They also acquired the services of sharp-shooting guard Carroll Cole which made them even stronger. Sigma was regarded as having the best chance of upsetting the favorites, but from results of the past years, everyone knew that one of the darkhorse teams could pull an upset. In the semi-final round, Sigma defeated Zeta and Kappa defeated Lambda to gain a place in the finals. On the final night of play in the tourna­ ment, Lambda defeated Zeta to win third place, and Kappa beat a stubborn Sigma team, 40-36, to wrap up the Echo Tournament championship. To cap off a successful season for Kappa, their forward and president, B uddy Prentice, was selected as the most valuable player of the tournament. 21 3

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Joe Robertson makes i t back t o base safely a s third baseman Gene Galbraith waits for the throw a n d short stop Tommy Davis covers.

S o ft b all As spring rolled around, the societies, with football and basketball behind them, turned their attention to softball. In this, the first year of society competition, the softball season has proven to be very important as the winner of the loving cup was determined by the outsome of the final softball standings. At the first crack of the bat, the softball season of 1960 was off to a thrilling start! With each society possessing a fine spirit of enthusiasm, it was not dif足 ficult to field a team to represent each of the four societies. With two-thirds of the schedule behind them, Zeta Epsilon Rho headed the field with a 3-1 record. Sigma Delta Chi and Lambda Chi Theta were dead足 locked for second place with 2-1 records. Kappa Pi Epsilon was the only team counted out of the race at this point with a 0-4 record.

Dayne Joh nson was called out on the play, but the photographer reveals an i nteresting fact that Lindell Watson didn't have control of the ball.

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As the ARROW goes to press, it looks as if Lambda Chi Theta will be crowned champions with a possible upset by Zeta Epsilon Rho or even Sigma Delta Chi. When the last batter is retired, it will have azarene been a good softball season at Bethany College.

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Third baseman, Gene Galbraith anticipates a th row while runner Wendell Harrison makes the big turn.

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Richard Madden is caught in his serve as h e plays a s e t with Kent Paris.

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Duane Yaesel watches his drive fall just short of the green.

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Delores Bechtle, Ellen Payne, and Marilyn Greer watch apprehensively as Rita Richardson, Gerry Nicholson, and Marilyn Louthan reach high for the ball.

W omens B asketball The season was off to a great start this year as the women's basketball games got under way. The teams this year were conducted differently than the teams in the past. They were composed of the societies instead of the classes. The season consists of two tournaments, the round-robin and the Echo Tournament. The round-robin tournament started the season. Each team played eight games and the winner of this compiled the most points. Lambda Chi Theta won the round-robin by winning three games, tying two, and losing one. They triumphed over Sigma twice and Zeta once. The annual Echo Tournament closed out the regular basketball season. This year's tournament was a good one for excellent women ball players. Each team had equally good players but the champions of the games proved to be the ability of qualified guards. Zeta Epsilon Rho was presented the trophy by Echo Queen Pat Johnson and the most valuable player trophy was presented to Belva Douglas, who played guard for Zeta.

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Karen Ehrlich, Shirley Payton watch opposing teem mates Belva Douglas, Marline Kel ley, and Myrna Robichaux as the ball goes into play.

Dru Joines and Karen Ehrlich jump for the. ball as Sue Franklin stands ready for action'.

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Millie Tipton gets ready for a setup.

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300 30.7 297

c 0 N G R A T u

<LASS

O F '60

L A

RAY HANCE

T

District S u peri ntendent

E

C. E. ROWLAND

s

Church Schools Chairman MRS. RAY HANCE N . F.M.S. Pres. E . R. HOUSTON, J R. N . Y . P . S . Pres.

229

Congratulation s and Best Wishes to

'8 1\J C and the Class o f ''60''

N O B L E HA THAWAY, Pasto r V E R NON DAWS ON, S . S . S u pt . B I LL FOWL E R , N . Y . P . S . Pres i dent MRS. C U RT I S DAV I S , N . F . M . S . Pres i dent

Meridian Pariďż˝ Church of the Nazarene Oklahoma Cit y, Okla. 230

OAK A VENUE C H URCH o f t h e NA ZA R E N E 1 70 1 Oa k Ave n ue Du nca n, Ok lah om a Congratulations to •

The •

The •

"T he He art of Ch rist ian

Ad min istratio n Fac ulty

The. Cla ss

W. M. LYN CH Pastor

Ed uca tion is Fir st the Edu cati on of the Hea rt"

of 1 959

CAR L .DOCKALL S.S. Sup t.

231

N O R T H W E S T O ll 1

J. T. GASSffi Superintendent

CARL POWERS N.Y.P.S. President

The Whole District DR. FRED FLOYD Dist. Secretary

LEON J E N N I NGS Adv. Bd. & N.Y.P.S. Vice-Pres.

C. W. SCHARDEIN N.Y.P.S. Secretary

232

-

-

-

DR. D. R. DANSKIN D ist. Treasurer

H. L. CRADDOCK Advisory Board

HAROLD BLANKENSHIP N.Y.P.S. Treasurer

W. J. BRYAN Advisory Board

DR. E. S. PHILLIPS Advisory Board Secretary

J. REYNDAL RUSSELL Teen-Age Supervisor

ANITA W I NTERS Teen路Age Representative

DELBERT MORGAN Teen-Age Representative

MRS. E. ROY DARDEN Jr. Director & Box Work Sec'y

l H O M A D I S T B i l: T

E. ROY DARDEN Church School Chairman

MRS. LEON JENNI NGS N. F.M.S. President

Boosting B. N. C. C. A. SMITH Church School Sec'y

MRS. C. A. SMITH N.F.M.S. Vice-Pres.

MRS. D. R. DANSKIN N.F.M.S. Treasurer

MRS. J. T. GASSETT N.F.M.S. Study Sec'y

MRS. E. S. PHILL I PS N.F.M.S. Publicity Sec'y

MRS. fMMA PI ERCE N.F.M.S. Secretary

DON SC HUNEMAN Church School Board

MRS. D. L. SLACK MRS. NOBLE HATHAWAY N.F.M.S. Membership Sec'y N. F.M.S. "Other Sheep" Sec'y

.

HAROLD MULLINS Church School Board

DARREL L. SLACK Church School Board

MRS. ELLIS LEWIS "Prayer & Fasting" Sec'y

233

E�1NGEL ISM

K E N N ETH S. R I C E Pastor

OKLAH OMA CITY

DEAN GALLAWAY Educational Di rector

ED UCA TION

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Congratulations to the Class of ' ' 60 ' ' W. F. Sawrie, Sunday School Superintendent Richard Sisemore, N.Y.P.S. President Mrs. W. E. Boyce, N . F .M.S. President

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 2 1 st a n d Maple NORTH LITTLE ROC K, AR KANSAS

EARL C . D A R D E N Pastor

OUR

STU DENTS

Duane Zook

Harre l l Lucky

Betty 路 H a n el

L i n d a Moore

Ma ry Tobey

Ba rba ra Ta n n e r

Don na Tanner

Raydene Hooper

"Committed to Saving Youth Through Christian Education" 235

/

SANCTUARY

FIR ST CHU RCH of th e NAZARENE 1 400 E Kel l ogg W I C H I TA, KANSAS G. A. GOU G H - Minister W I LL I AM D . HOWARD, Assoc iate Min ister

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W. I . GOUGH, Visiting M i n ister

of the

CHURCH

students

NAZABE N E

H a s k el l a t V i c t o r D ALLA S , TEXAS

david allen curtis ammons lillie cox nancy me cullough melvin me cullough geneva powers me cullough billy visor carolyn white thomas white

Clyde

E.

E.

Ammons, Minister

Bruce Wade, Minister of Music Martha C . Ammons, Choir Director - N .F.M.S. President

E. White, Sunday School Superintendent J ohn L. Boyd, N.Y.P.S. President Burl R. Brantley, Secretary of the Board

Malcom

Stanley A. Bennett, Treasurer

SUPPORTS B ETHANY COLLEGE AND B E L I E V E S IN I T S FACULTY AND STU D ENTS

2 37

FI RST CH U RCH of the NAZA R E N E

RAY A. MOORE Minister of Music WILL SPAITE Youth Director VERNON L U N N Sunday School Superintendent RICHARD A. FI ELDS N.Y. P.S. President DR. ORVILLE W. J E N K I NS

MRS. ORVILLE W. J E N K I N S

Pastor

N.F.M.S. President

Rockh i l l Road a n d Meyer Bou levard KANSAS C ITY, M ISSO U R I

238

THE SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

... ... ... ...

r'fi£ M 4 N N .

PARK AT LINCOLN St udents from Sapulpa - Dixie Lee Mathis Bob Branson

BOOSTING E. H. SANDERS,

Pastor

BOB DONALDSON, Su nday School

OUR

COLLEGE MRS. E. H. SANDERS, N.F.M.S.

�utJerintentlent

JAMES SANDERS, N. Y.P.S.

President

President

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The So u th Arkansas Dis tric t

• • • • • • • • W. L. FRENCH Dist. Supt.

BOO STERS FOR

B E THANY NAZARENE C O LL E GE 240

Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of

''6 0 ��

THE AB I LE N E DISTRICT P RESE NTS ITS N EW DISTRICT S U PE RI NTE N DE N T

RAYMON D W . H U RN, District Superintendent Graduated from Betha ny in 1 943.

Ab i l e n e D i sf P i cf

Ch u rch of th e N aza ren e 24 1

The Houston District Con gratulates Bethany Nazarene College and Th e Class of ''60''

O u r Students At B. N . C .

W . RAYMOND McCLUNG, D.D. District S u pe rintendent

242

' ' T a k e Up T h y C r o s s ' '

J E R ROLD R . LA K E D i rector o f R e l i g ious Activities

D R . DON M ETZ Facu lty Sponsor

R UTH RAWL I NGS Secretary-Treasurer

COM E R J OH N SON Prayer a nd Fasting

PAU L M O U NTS Gospel T e a m

C H A R L E S C H I LD R E S S Mission Band

G E N E HANCOCK Ch ristia n Workers Association

R e ligi o us O rga n iz a ti o ns C o u n c i l 243

Tenth and Cumberland Dallas

Robert G. Nielson, Pastor Chester

0. Galloway

Director of Religious Education

244

Best Wishes to Bethany Nazarene College and her Class of 1960

W H I TCOMB H A R D I NG D i str i ct S u pe r i nten dent

NE B RA S KA D I S TRI CT

246

From the days of Pen i e l U n iversity, i n 1 899, at Pe n ie l , Texas, the ho l i n ess peo p l e have su pported the cause of Ch rist i a n educat i o n . The sixty-fo u r con g regations of the Da l las D istr ict a re h a ppy to be identified with fo rmer m e n a n d women i n thei r bac k i n g of the prog ram of C h a racter, C u ltu re and Christ as represe nted by Beth a n y Nazarene Co l leg e. May we ever be true to God, the B i b l e a n d to the trad itiona l sta n d a rds o f o u r deno m i nation a s constituents a n d Co l lege wo r k h a n d i n h a n d a n d shou lder to shou l de r i n t h e g reat cause o f C h r i st i a n educatio n .

REV. l. E U G E N E PLEMO NS C h u rch Schools Cha irman MRS. PAUL H. GARRETT District N . F.M.S. President REV. LAW R E N C E GHOLSON District N . Y.P.S. President

DR. PAUL GARR ETT District Superintendent

247

BETHANY CHURC H

DR. E. S. PHILLIPS Pastor

248

�£ the NAZARENE ROBERT H . GREEN ' Minister of Education LESTER L. DUNN Minister of Music H ENRY B . CHEATWOOD Youth Director RICHARD W I KOFF Financial Secretary MRS. RAYMOND BROWNING Church Visitor HARRY L. CRADDOG.:: K Sunday School Superintendent MRS. E. S. P H I LLIPS N.F.M.S. President MARK A. EUDALEY N.Y.P.S. President

Sanctuar y under Construction 249

Co n gratul a ti o n s Dr. Can t rell Fa culty A n d C l a s s of " 6 0 "

F I R S T C H U R C H o f t h e N _A Z A R E N E Corner of 8th and Trudgeon H E N RYETTA, O KLAHOMA

Bernard Smith, S. S. Superintendent Gregory Rodriquez, N.Y.P.S. President Mrs. Edna Kuyken d a l l , N.F .M.S. President

Student - Cynthia Popejoy, J u n ior

When In Hen ryetta We I nvite You To Worsh i p With Us

David F. Krick, Pastor

2 50

grom tke 3-teart of CCexa5 ------�

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Cong ratulations to

Bethany Nazarene College and

The Class of "60"

OUR LEAD E RS

O UR STUDENTS

T. A. B U RTON C h u rch School C h a i rm a n HOWARD BORGESON N .Y . P.S. President P EARL KE ETON N . F.M.S. President BUD GARBER J u n ior D i rector

JAMES C. H ES T E R District S u pt.

251

COMPLIMENTS OF-

LOUISIANA

DISTRICT

NAZARENE YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY

We are p roud of our Students Attending Bethany Nazarene Col lege Rexlen Bathery P a l l ie Easley La rry Green Don a l d Henderson Linda King

DISTRICT OFFICERS

Betty Jo M i l l e r Ron a l d Mu l ford Linda Parker Roy Perryman Webb Perryman Marsha l l Pryor Caro l i n e Robertson Joe Robertson Libby Roberts

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Rev.

Ray Atwood

_________________________

President

Rev. Don a l d Peal - - - - - - ---------------Vice-President Mrs. Mel ba S im m ons Mrs. Louise Corde l l

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

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

Sec.-Treas.

J u n ior S u pervisor

CONG RATU LAT I ONS TO TH E C LASS OF

"

60"

DEAN BAlDW I N District S u perintendent

Joplin District Chu rch of the Nazarene O U R STU D ENTS

Congratu lations to the C lass of "60" OUR STA F F : H u g h B . Dean, Pastor I ra F. Search, Minister of Music Ted Doug l a s, Sunday School S u pe r i ntendent Cha rles La i rd, N . Y. P. S . President Homer G ra h a m , N. F . M. S . P resident

FIRST CHURCH 路of the NAZARENE 4648 Waugh Drive Houston, Texas

H u g h B. Dean, Pastor

254

Jerrold R. lake Student

Eclucational Unit & Tower Completecl

Shirley Payton 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 E l m i ra Sts. MUSKOGEE, OKLA.

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M iss I I a h Jackson Pian ist M rs. E. A. Durb i n Chorister M r. Kenneth L. S I usher-----------------------------------------T rea surer Mrs. Rhoda Davenport Sec reta ry Mr. C. A. Rodgers S. S. Supt. Mrs. Dorothy Thompson W. F .M.S. Pres. M rs. E Is i e S i kes N . Y. P. S. P res. ______________________________________________________

g,, , ;

__________________________________________________

I

_____________________________________________

___________________________________________________

_________________________________

I

_____________________________________________

GEORGE M. LAK E Pastor

Cong ratulations to the Class of ' ' 60 ' '

Adam Hoffpav i r Pastor

ARGENTINE

CHURCH

of the

NAZARENE

28th & Metropol itan Avenue KANSAS C I TY, KANSAS

255

Fern W i l l ison

Bob F riesen

The Architecfs Drawing of New C h u rch

PENIEL

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

200 East Campbell

H utchinson, Kansas

C LA U D E G. WH I TE, Pastor

Robert L. Leffeďż˝ Our Pastor

Our C h urch and Parsonage

C O N G RAT U LAT I O N S L. R. Price, S . S . Su pt.

to

B ET H A N Y NAZA R E N E C O L L E G E

Mrs. L. R . Price, N . F .M.S. Pres. John P a l m er, N . Y . P . S . Pres.

and

T H E C LASS OF '60

First

Helen Price

Church of the Nazarene

Cla i r Vitts

South E l eventh at Wa lnut

Our Students

I N D E P E N D E NC E, KANSAS

2 56

Danny Steele, 1 956- 1 960, A . B.

The Steele Family

All for Bethany - - Bethany for all.

All six ch i l d ren of the im mediate Steele family and two sons-i n-law

and

two

d a ug hters- in-law

have

attended

Beth any

Nazarene Col lege. 1 st row, left to right: Michel le Renet Steele, Pamela Kay Steele, Steven Ferree, David Ferree, Randy Overholt, Eddie Overholt. 2nd row, left to right: Jerry Steele, Valerie Steele, Linda Ferree, J a n ice Overholt. 3rd row, left to right: Evangeline Steele O l iver, 1 952- 1 956, B.S.; Bobbie Wooten Steele, 1 953- 1 955; Mrs. J . J. Steele, A id a Von Senden Steele, 1 952- 1 953; Leona Steele Ferree, 1 944- 1 948; Esther Steele Overholt, 1 945- 1 947. 4th row, left to right: Howard Ol iver, 1 953-57, BMusEd; Rev. Lee Steele, 1 950- 1 955; Rev. J. J. Steele, Rev. Herbert Steele, 1 946- 1 952, A . B. ; Louis Ferree, Elbert Overholt, 1 946- 1 948. The Reverend J. J. Stee le has been pastoring for the past twenty-one years at Coffeyvi l l e, Kansas. His sons Herb and Lee a re now pastoring i n Ca l i fornia, while his you ngest son Danny i s p l a n n ing to enter the Seminary this year to prepare for the m i n istry.

Co11gratulations To Our Students A t BNC ( .. /

Bill Fowler

Joyce Halford

Lawrence Williams

Jeanette Cobb

Johnny Rayburn

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE First at Sycamore W.

R.

Blytheville, Arkansas

DONALDSON, Pastor

2 57

Congratulation s Class of ''60""

PASTOR A N D STU D E NTS

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE HOT SPRI NGS, ARKAN SAS

Yesterday

Today

Bed 'k/ulte4

''

to. Beihan11 hat04eM. eolleye"

Tomorrow

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 5TH

258

AND B URNETT

-

WICH ITA FALLS, TEXAS

Congratulation s and Best Wishes to the Class of ''60''

E . C. STEGALL Pastor

tl lL .ru

- --J!:;;; � ;:;:..

m m�

Paul Snyd e r, Music D i rector Crysta l Hutcheson, Pian ist

..

"

THE CUA RDIAN

H a rold Mannon, S. S. Superintendent

"

FO�R�ST WOOOWAkD� L,."'.S:�"�•.. -- ··T ::= "":"=:� "";; "s'= ;;; � � -.:-..;.._,.; ===--'" = = =.d """" � ""

V a l l e y View Church o f th e N az a r e n e

Louis Carter, N . Y. P . S . President N i n a Ruth S m ith, N . F.M.S. President Rose Snyder, Carava n D i rector L i ndsey H u tcheson, H I -NY D i rector S h i rley Carter, N . J . S . D i rector

Tu lsa, Oklahoma

Myron Bec h l er, Treasurer

"Coo led by Refrigeration - Warmed by the Gospel"

''A Live Church With

a

Live Message "

KARYN H E R R E N G EO R G I A H E R R E N JANE JOHNSON SAN D RA W I LLEMS

..

322 W. State at Adams - Enid, Oklahoma Chester A. Smith, Pastor

AD 4-4781

2 59

Dear Friend: A warm welcome awaits you a t St. Pau l's Church of the Nazarene. F riend l i ness has cha racter足 ized St. Paul's from its infancy.

C H U RC H OF THE NAZARE N E 3808 East Brush Creek Boulevard KANSAS CITY 30, MO.

There

is

a l so spiritu a l

warmth

and

power

manifested i n our services. We strive constantly to keep both cl assroom and p u l pit Bible-centered. Join us next Sunday, won't you, a s we m i x and m i n g l e our voices in praise t o God . An oppor足 tunity to render service awaits you here.

PAUl McGRADY, Pastor

Air Conditioned Throughout

CHU RCH PHONE - WA 1 -565 1

N u rsery Atte nded at All Services

PARSONAGE PHONE - WA 4-8205

Ample Off-street Parking Adult Choir

S U N DAY Su nday

School

---------------

Morn ing Worsh i p Youth Groups Evangel istic

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Service

- - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - -

Childrens Choir

9:30

Youth Program

1 0:30 6:00

Bible-centered lessons & Sermons

7:00

WEDN ESDAY Hour of Power

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The Singing Church With A Friendly Welcome

7:00

COM PLI M ENTS O F TH E SO UTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTR I CT and

her 138 students attending Bethany Nazarene College

W. T. Johnson, District Superintendent

260

Jaret Cummi ngs, S. S. Supt.

T. E. Holcomb

Arlie Thomas, N .Y.P.S. Pres.

Pastor

Mrs. J. M. Rose, Missionary Pres. Monroe Richey, Christian Service Training Director

FIRST (; U U R (; H o f t h e

NAZARENE

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\_j

Tenth at Tyler

HARLINGEN, TEXAS

A SPIRITUAL C H U RC H I N THE H EART OF THE RIO-GRANDE VALLEY

NORTH

A R KA N S A S

D I STRI CT

O U R CONGRATU LATIONS TO T H E C LASS O F 1 960 REV. J. W. H E N DRICKSO N District Supt.

O F F ICERS

ADVISORY BOARD

Rev. J i mmy Heasl ey, Dist. Church School Chairman

Rev. Boyd Hancock

Mrs. J . W. Hendrickson, N . F.M.S. Pres.

Rev. C lyde Montgomery

Rev. Eugene Hulsey, N.Y.P.S Pres.

Al fred Felts

Rev. Ha rvey Rathburn, Dist. Sec.

Bert Tru m b l e

E l bert Ty ler, Dist. Treas.

261

We Are Supporting Bethany Nazarene College With :

Our Prayers Our Finances Our Young People Our Students

Barbara Ferguson

Kathy Ferguson

Sherman Enterline

CHURCH of the NAZARENE PERRYTON, TEXAS IVY BOHANNAN, Pastor

CONGRATU LATIONS TO THE C LASS OF "60"

Cus h i n g C h u rch

of

the N aza re n e

Ma ple at Ha rrison . CUSHI NG, O KLAHOMA

R EV . .ROBERT L. G R I F F I N Pastor

262

Abernathy Church of the Nazarene

Ladell Patterson Student

SU PPORTING

Celene Patterson Student

BETHANY

NAZARENE COLLEGE WITH OUR PRAYERS F I NANCE STUDENTS

A B E R N AT H Y, TEXAS

Darre l l Moore Pastor

Congratulation s and Best Wishes to the Class of · ''60��

TK O M The Church of the Nazarene E U R E KA ,

KA N S A S

R e v e r e n d M a r i o n K . B o n d - P a s t: o r

Boosting Bethany with ou r Finances aud Praye rs

263

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

WILLIS CRAWFORD

Washington and G i bbons Streets CLA U D BURTON, Pastor

Congratu lations to C lass of "60" A n d to O u r Students DONNA

N ICHOLSON

Southeast Oklahoma District N . Y . P.S. boosts

B et h a n y N a zaren e C o l l eg e

REV.

GLEN

JONES

REV. THOMAS G I LHAM

District Su perintendent

District N.Y.P.S. President

From:

From:

DEL CITY to

D U RANT TO

BROKEN BOW

MUL DROW

These Are Our Students . 264

Darrel L. Slack Min ister

CONGRATULATIONS AND ďż˝

n i

.

0" -.A r

,, ; ( il' t \

BEST WISHES TO T H E C LASS OF

F I R S T C H U RC H o f t h e N A Z A R E N E

11

6011

Rue Jenni ngs

1 Oth a n d Wil low DU NCAN, O KLAHOMA

Bob Carroll,

Pasto r

Frank Sutton, S. S. Superintendent Mrs. L. M. Casida, N . F.M.S. President H a ro l d Robinson, N . Y.P.S. President

265

Congratu lations to the C lass of 11 6011 WHEN YOU 1 RE I N KANSAS C ITY

Rev. B i l ly Du ncan Pasto r

O u r Student J tR RY POTI E R

QUINDARO CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

KANSAS

R E V E R E N D F E RG U SON, Pastor CARL MOTS I N G E R , S u n d a y School Superi ntendent 9 1 3 W. 2 n d St. WESLACO, TEXAS

F I R S T C H U RC H o f t h e N A Z A R E N E 2 1 1 E. Fourth Ave. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS rv l . E.

CLAY, Pastor

Delpha McCalla

.....

.�

Loretta Bartley

Richard Madden

"Breaking the Bread ot Lite in the Heart ot the Nation ."

Harriette Tabor

266

\Valtcr Henry

Congratulation s and Best Wishes to the Class of ''60��

K a n s a s Ci t y C e n t r a l Ch u r c h of t h e N a z a r e n e 609 North 1 8

-

KANSAS C ITY, KANSAS

CRANDALL VA I L N.Y.P.S. President

ALLEN B. M I L L E R Pastor

MARION SNYDER N. F.M.S. President

E. H. GOODMAN S . S . Su perintendent

Best Wishes From Our Growing Church-To Our Growing College

Don Harwell

l\lary Palmer

Bonita Smith

Dwayne Vaughn

Wayne Vaughn

O U R B . N . C . STU D E NTS (all recipients of Tuition Assistance from the Northside Scholarship Fund)

Northside C h u rc h of t h e Nazarene BILL I lANNA, Pastor

N .W. 2 1 st at Roosevelt

BILL BAKER,

FORT WORTH, TEXAS

Minister of Music

267

C H U RCH of the NAZAREN E HAST I N GS, N E BRASKA

I

NORMAN W. BLOOM Min ister H. J. BEAVER

F ifth a n d Saunders Streets

Minister of Visitation

"We con g ratu l ate the facu l ty a n d the student body on their

success

and

pledge

our

cont i n ued

s u p port."

Boosting Bethany Nazarene College WITH O U R STUDENTS

Don Morgan Don Burpo Bill

Dungan

Kathryn Ra ins Bertha A lexander Patricia Snow Larry Jones L. J. Minkler Pastor

Alta Kenda l l

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE PONCA C ITY, OKLAHOMA

268

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO T H E C LASS OF "60"

J

l. WAYNE SEARS,

MELV I N D. U N RUH,

Pastor

Minister of Music

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE NORMAN, OKLAHOMA

CO NGRATULATIONS TO THE C LASS OF 1 960 We are supporting Beth any Nazarene Col lege with our Means, Prayer�, and Students.

LARRY G R E E N Student

COMPLIMENTS OF

F I R S T C H U RC H o f t h e N A Z A R E N E "located in the 'heart' of greater Sh reveport"

J O E G. CORDELL Pastor

1 027 Jordan Street SHREVEPORT, LOU ISIANA

269

C H U R C H o f t h e· N A Z A R E N E Woodwa rd , O k l a homa

Backing B . N .C. with Our Youth

Carolyn Swigart

Lau ra Lucas

J . R . R U S S E LL

Tommy Lucas

J . T. LUCAS

Pastor

S . S . S u pt.

Congratulation s and Best Wishes to the Class of ''60��

Cha racter

Su pporti ng

Culture

Beth a n y with

Ch rist

our Prayers & Finances

REV. A N D MRS. W I LSON BAKER Pastor a n d Wife

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE lOLA, KANSAS 270

Congratulation s and Best Wishes to the Class of ''60''

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Lincoln, Nebraska CLI FFORD S . F I S H E R Pastor

S U PPORTING BETHANY WITH O U R PRAYERS, FI NANC ES, A N D O U R STU D E NTS

Ron Proffitt

Floyd Schwanz

Ruth Ganshorn

E i l een

P h i l i ps

Donna Kopcho

Melva Dorn

271

WI AND

PUB LISHING HOUSE

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 1 001 Buchanan Street

Topeka, Kansas Rev. Rolph Jared Pastor

Carolyn Sue Jared

Dorothy Worley

272

"The Ch urch That Sings"

Congratulations to the Class of

' ' 60 ' '

WILLIAMS MEMORIAL

C hu r c h

of

th e N a z a r e n e

The Church with

a

Welcome

REV. FLOYD ROWE - Pastor

M RS. CHARLOTTE S P ROWLS - N . F .M.S. Pres.

C HARLES CARTER - S.S. Supt.

VESTOL N I C HOLS - Choriste r

DOROTHY LUG I N BYHL - Pian ist

W. A. MAU LD I N J R . - N .Y. P.S. Pres.

E l d o r a d o , O k l a h o m a Ch u rc h of t h e N a z a r e n e O U R STUDE NTS

Donnie C h i l d ress

Milton Shumake r

Yvon ne S h u m aker

Carlton Easley

Do l l ie Easley

Rev. Don a l d Kon k l e Pastor 273

C O N G RAT U LAT I O N S TO T H E C LA S S O F ' 60

From .

N O RTHEAST O KLAH O MA D I S TRI C T CHURCH o f th e NAZARE N E DR. I. C . MATHIS, D.D. District Superintendent MRS. I . C . MATHIS N . F.M.S. President REV. AlBERT N E U SC HWANGER Chairman C h urch School Board REV. J IM BlANKENSHIP N.Y.P.S. President

CENTRAL CHURCH of the NAZARENE 570

North Denver, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Congratulations and Best Wishes

To the Senior Class of 1 960

ERNEST ARMSTRONG Pastor

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

274

The P enns g lvani a Avenu e

CHURCH OF THE NAZAREN E - r

I!

REV. MARVIN E . POWERS

MRS. MARJORIE HAMMAN

P e n n A v e . a t W e s t .P ark O kl a h o m a C i t g

Pastor M. L. STONE S. S. Supt.

N.F.M.S. Pres. BOB M I LEY N .Y.P.S. Pres.

FIRST

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 4th & Chestnut ROGE RS, A R KA N SAS

B OOSTING B. N. C. WITH OUR PRAYERS -YOUTH -FINANCES A

Fr ie n dly Ch u rch With

A

Sp irit u a l Up l ift

OUR STUDENTS

GEN E H U LSEY Pastor

Groce Wi l l iamson

Loretto Payne

275

Sanctu a ry

FI RST CHURCH of the NAZARENE ODESSA, TEXAS PEARL KEETON, Pastor

"Congratulations To a Wonderful Student Body"

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE South 1 4th & Vine ABILENE, T EXAS

THE NEW LOOK

Congratu lations To Facu lty a n d C lass of 1 960-

Our Student Beth Baggett

276

Wayne T. Gash Pastor

PASJOR

STUDENTS

S TA N D I N G

JUANITA STEARMAN

BAC K

OF

BNC

J . D. DOROUGH

ELVERA ENNS

Church of The Nazarene - Hooker, Oklahoma

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE l Oth a n d Jennings BARTLESVILLE, O KLAHOMA

An agg ressive church in a prog ressive city •

A g reat crowd of wonderful peop le •

Consistently true to the old faith •

A friend of Beth any Nazarene Col l ege

Geron Brown, Minister of Music Carl Kruse, Sunday School Supt. Benny Luinstra, N.Y.P.S. Pres. Marie Kruse,

.F.M.S. Pres.

ALBERT NEUSCHWANGER Pastor

277

G r a c e Church o f the Nazarene AUSTIN, TEXAS

HOWARD R. BORGESON

WE HONOR O UR STU DE NTS OF B . N .C . J u dy Calhoun

Terry Poole

Laura Be l l e Gal braith

Lawrence W i l l iams

Pastor

Su pporting BNC With: Our Students (Karen and David Nobles)

I

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Our Prayers and Our Fina nces

PROPOSED NEW C H U RCH PLANT

T. A. Burton - Pastor

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Alameda at Booty CORPUS C H R ISTl, TEXAS

278

Ernest Zandt - N.Y.P.S. President

1

I

Paul W. Rice - Su nday School Superintendent Mrs. Ed Be n nett - N . F.M.S. President

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

C lass o f "39"

C LA S S

O F ' ' &O"

Church of the

'Our

Student'

CARTHAG E, MO.

Pau l M. Sadowsky, Pastor

John Hall

SANCTUARY

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE LU BBO C K ,

T EXAS

M I LTON POOLE, Pastor

"Congra tulations to a wonderful Student Body' '

2 79

LEON J EN N I NGS, Pastor W. J . BRYAN, S. S. Su pt. DON CANNON, N . Y . P . S . Pres. MRS. W. J. BRYAN, N . F .M.S. Pres.

CHURCH of the NAZARENE . LEON J E N N I NGS Class of 1 944

£ H -.J R £ H

Eighth & Roosev elt

GUYMON, O KLAH OMA

TH E

Our Student

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

CARSON N. S NOW, J R. Pastor

Su nday School S upe r i ntendent - J . E . Maxwe l l N . Y . P . S . President - Mrs. Bobb i e Sm ith N. F . M. S . Pres ident - Mrs. J ua n i ta Snow

Wynell Knight

280

C9om p liments of

Nazarene Theological Semi n ary Lewis T . Corlett

1 700 East Myer Bou levard

Mende l l Taylor

President

Ka n sas C ity, Misso u ri

Dean

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE D U RANT, OKLAHOMA

HAROLD C. HARCOU RT, Pastor

Congratu lates The Arrow Staff of 1 960

STU D E NTS ATIENDING B. N .

C.

BOOSTERS OF B. N . C.

281

• In Deep A ppreciation For

Congratu lations to the C lass of

"

60"

B ET HA N Y NAZAREN E COLLEGE And those students who attend our Church

Kay You ng

Richard You ng

Hea rne W. S p ruce Pastor

C R O W N H EIG H TS CHUR CH of the NAZARENE 920 N.W. 46TH ST.

OKLAHOMA CITY RAY BU N N ELL

OTTO R. WILLISON Pastor

S.S. Supt.

Hatfield Memorial Church of the Nazarene 45 1 5 South F lo res Street SAN ANTON IO, TEXAS

Best Wishes From

THE FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE

San Jacinto Church of the Nazarene Fifth & Alabama

of NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA

AMARILLO, TEXAS

BUFORD BURGNER, Pastor

We Are For B . N . C . 1 00% With Our STU D E NTS

Jimmy Burgner OUR STUDENTS

GEORGE L. MOWRY, Pastor

282

PRAY E RS

STU D E NTS

FI NANCE

Beth Wiegman

Congratulations Class of 1 960

LAKEVIEW

COMPL I M E NTS of t h e

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

NE W ORLEANS, LOU I SIAN A

7600 Antioch Rood

NAZARENE CHURCII E S

OVERLA N D PARK, KANSAS

F I RST CHU RCH- 1 0 1 3 Dante St .

Rev. Robert J . M i l ler, Pastor Tel e phone U N 1 - 1 600

DOWNTOWN CHU RCH-4 1 00 N. Robertson St. Rev. C. E. Bordel en, Pastor Telephone WH 7-8382 WEST BA NK CHURCH-P. 0 . Box 2 6 1 Ha rvey,

Lou isiana

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

C E NTRAL C H U RCH-3606 Magazi ne St. Rev. M. M. Snyder, Pastor. E. E. REEP, l\linister

Telephone TW 9-8373

"KaJJsa s Citv's FricJJdlicst Su burbaJJ Cll llrch ."

H E LP I NG TO KEEP

CHR I ST IN CHARACTER AND C U LT U R E

WELCOME TO OUR S ERVICES

SckeJu fe

of

Services

S u nday School - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9:45 a . m . Mo rning Worship

_ _ _ _ _ _ ________________

N .Y. P . S . , J r. Soc . , & H i - N . Y . Eva ngel istic Service

_ _ __ _ __ _ ____

____________________

1 0:45 a . m . 6:30 p . m . 7:�0 p . m .

Prayer & Praise (Wed . ) - - - - - - - - - - - ------- 7:30 p . m . N . F .M.S. ( F i rst Wed . ) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7 : 3 0 p . m .

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARBNB

CHURCH of the NAZARENE

323 S.E . 1 4th - GRAN D PRAIRIE, TEXAS

Kingston , Missouri

Phone: AN 2 - 7 1 92

GLENN LoRD, Pastor

ROY E. WOLFORD Pastor

2'8 3

CO N G RAT U LAT I O N S TO T H E C LASS o F 路路 s o "

STA F F

285

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

YOUTH THAT FOLLOWS YOU W A N T E D

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"600 During 60" to I nclude Bethany Nazarene College in their WI LLS

GOD'S WILL B E DONE THROUGH YO URS Every C h r i st i a n shou ld ma ke a C h r i s t i a n W I LL. "You ca n't take i t w i th you/' but you can determ i ne how that hol i ness youth of tomorrow sha l l cont i nu e to have you r su pport here on ea rth long a fte r y ou sha l l have gone to heave n . A L I F ET I ME PLAN OF C H R I ST I AN STEWAR DS H I P I S NOT COM PLETE U NT I L YOU H AVE MADE SOME PROV I S I O N I N YO U R W I LL FOR T H E LORD'S WOR K . WR I TE B ETHANY NAZAR E N E COLLEG E I N TO YO U R W I LL. For information

Wr ite DR. ROY H . CANTRELL Bethany, O k l a homa

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DANNY STEELE MELVIN McC U LLOUGH CAROLYN SWIGART J ERROLD LAKE LEWIS POTEET PAT JOHNSON MARSHALL PRYOR KENT K L I N E RICHARD S P I N D L E D O N KN IGHT

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Character

Culture

Christ

Located i n Student U n ion B u i l d i ng

289

FIRST N AT I O N A L BAN K O F B E T H A fi Y

F I RST I N NAME - F I RST I N S E RV I C E

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SERVE

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C OMM U N I TY

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DEPOSITORS

OUR

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MEMBE R OF F . D . I .C.

290

Congratula tions to the Class of

_ 1 960

from the doctors of the Gilbert Clinic

Leon N. Gilbert

Kenneth G. Ogg

Lawrence

E. Silvey

John Bumpass

291

MA R T I N A N D VA U G H A N COMPA N Y Merlin C. Martin

Fred Vaughan, Jr.

M A R T I N a; VA U G H e

AN

BUY EQUITIES SEU. REAl. ESTATE

InsuRE Evtryfhinq

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2 1 7 E. Ma in Street

WH 9-5602

• A l l Kinds of I n su rance

Rea I Estate

292

New Car Financing

AYERS MOTOR CO. Your Chevrolet & Pontiac Dealer

YUKON, OKLAHOMA R. T. Ayers

Craig Ayers

Com p l ete Se rv ic e Dept.

New a n d Used Ca rs WH 9-2425

Congratulation s to the Class of ''60��

293

Bern ice G r i mes

Bess ie Farley

H a l Owens

Hal

GREE TINGS

Owen

224 W. Ma i n

FROM

Photographer .66 H ig hway - East of Yukon, O k l a .

OKLAHOMA C ITY

Letha Saunders

J essie Grant

294

Hazel H i l l

Mary McGuire

Ma ry Keen

Trevalyn Kirchner

C l etys Roblyer

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

"Noted for Consistently Good Service "

1 1 6 S . W. Main

Phone WH 9-240 1

BETHANY, OKLAHOl\IA 295

1 1 1 S.W. FIRST

EAGAN PLUMBING CO.

The Best I n Plum bin g & H eati n g

WH 9-2778

BETHANY FLOWER S H O P

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

W E APPRE C I ATE

AND

ARE

BOOSTING

B ETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE

207 E. MAIN 296

WH 9- 342 2

G R I ES EL M OTO R Y U KON, O KLAHOMA Where Sen,ice Come• First PHON ES: YUKON

OKLA HOMA C ITY

4-22 1 1

W H 9-24 1 2

YUKONS BEST FLOUR

ASK

YOUR

GRO C E R

Yukon Mill & Grain Co. Y UKON, OKLAHOMA

STE WARTS PAINT STORE

Gold Spot Dairy (Formerly HANSEN & ATLEE DAI RY)

WE G IVE S&H GRE E N STAMPS

424 E. Ma in

WH 9-3273

1 80 1 S. Pe n n .

297

C URTIS STU D I O 28 1 5 C l assen Bou leva rd

Phone JAckson 5-2229 Oklahoma C i ty, Oklahoma

HOGUE-STONE FLOOR

COVERING

C O M PA N Y

�arpets for Every

"f"Y

Purpose "

23rd & C lassen 298

JA 8-4493

22 1 0 NW 2 3 rd

JA 5-335 1

lh/� M:f Rome work 811111 thon �UMbine

This tiny

GA S

GAS

flame in your Automatic

Clothes Dryer actually dries clothes

better than sunshine. It saves money, too. Costs so very little to \lSe, 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

dealer for a demonstration.

O H LR H O m R n RTU R R L ��

299

� Jltalional f!JJanlc

q})ejtenda�le f/Jankin? !Ance

-1892

WESTERN

MOTEL

"On H ig hway 66" - one m i le west of B. N.C.

e A I R CONDITIONED

AAA

APPROVE D

PANEL RAY H EATI NG e

e PR IVATE BATHS Owned a n d Operated by Naza renes

MR. AND MRS. J O H N DIFFEE

300

T.V. I N ROOMS e

Good Food and Friendly Service N EW LOCATION 3 1 9 N .W. 2 3 R D - JA 8-2 942

23RD & M E R I D I AN

3 1 ST & MAY - W I 3-0430

D ON' S PHARMACY Located i n G i l be rt C l i n ic B u i l d i ng

We Can Ta ke Ca re of A l l You r P resc r i pt i on N eeds Don Coody, Registered Pharmacist

3 0 1 W. Main

WH 9-4 1 3 3

301

CONGRATULATIONS TO T H E C LASS

11

6011

WH 9-9565 P I C K- U P & DE LIVERY OR

Save

WE OPE RATE O U R OWN PLANT

1 30 s. COLLEGE BETHANY

ONI DAy

OR

on

Cash & Carry

COMPLETE LAU N D RY S E RVICE

Alterations and Re-Weaving Open 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday

T h e B R O W N - M c C L U R E L U M B E R C O M PA N Y CONGRA TULA TIONS from "A Home-Town Concern" 309 East Ma i n Street

*

Phones WH 9-5607

WH 9-5608

WH 9-5609

BETHANY, OKLAHOMA

"Striving daily to build a bigger and better Bethany"

Roy Brown

302

Me lvin McC lure

AT

D EAVI L L E ' S

DON 'S MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY

Se lf-Service Laundromat

STU DE N T S

W E L C O M E

ADJACENT TO BET-HANY MEDICAL CENTER

Westinghouse Equipped 205 W. MAIN

WH 9-51 78

DON SELF - Registered Pharmacist .

f9 o vn p l i m e n ts

426 E. Main

WH 9-9592

Com pliments ot Your

FRIEN DLY STA NDARD

H U M PTY D U M PTY STO R E

of Peyton G a rage 305 S. DONALD

WH 9-2 1 93 BETHANY, OKLA.

DON HOOK, Mgr.

303

CONGRATU LATIONSTO THE CLASS OF "60"

from the

Bethany M otor Company Phone WH 9-2436 - 1 1 6 S .W. Fi rst St.

Wheel Align ment - Wrecker Service General Repairs - Scientific Tuneup

C O N G RATU LAT I O N S TO TH E CLASS O F " 60 "

GARRETT' S FURNITURE STORE 1 00 W . Ma i n - Phone WH 9-3459 BETHANY,

OKLA.

H. R. WOO DRI NG, Owner

POW E L L R EXA L L D R U G STO R E

304

HERMA N'S EAT S H O P P E

Art's Barber Shop 1 1 7 S. Col l ege

ART KASTN E R T E R RY POOLE GARRETH TEN NYSON

Serving the Students

* Art's Barber Shop

of B . N.C.

m

Westgate Shopping Center B I LL HAR R I S G L E N KASTN E R Bethany, Okla.

1 0 9 So. Col lege

(2 o mpliments of Pau l D. Macrory, M. D. David Fried, M. D.

D O N KASTNER

Co mplimen ts of DR. RALPH SHADID DR. E DWARD SHADID DR. WALTER T H OMPSON

Robert Meyer, M. D. 0 0 B ETHANY

BETHANY

TOM SMITH DEEP ROCK SERVICE

WH 9-9543

5960 N . W. 39th BETHANY, OKLA.

BATE S SHO E S

Why

Not

Get

The

Best

W E II R E N B U R G DRUG

KRAKER'S

LADIES AND MEN's WEAR

Sportswear for College

Joe and Jane Use

Our

Convenient Lay-Away Plan

1 2 2 S. Vv . Main

Phone W H 9- 3440

BETHANY

306

Bethany'• Mo•t Modern Drug Store

We Give S&H Green Stamps

Phone WH 9-5636

FELTS FA MILY SHOE STORE

G RA H A M'S

APPLIANCES

F U RN ITURE

CARPETS

1 1 0 W. Main Street

Genera l Electric Appl iances & Televis ions Early American F u rn i ture and G i fts-Carports Phone WH 9 - 3 894

BETHAIY

K E N' s

Compliments

CHARCOAL B U RG ERS

of B.

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G. WILKES CO.

Cover Manufacturers

Charcoal Steak Sandwiches Ma l ts Shakes Homemade Pies

KEN'S DRIVE I N N

Con gratula tions Arrow Staff

3920 N . MacArthu r

307

STAT I O N ERY AND BANK S UPPLY Southwestern was proud to print this annual prepared by the members of the Arrow Staff. Congratulations to the Administra­ tion, Faculty and to the Student Body for your contributions to a successful year at Bethany Nazarene College.

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S t u d e n t In d e x -AABLA, EDWIN M . --- ---- ---------- 70 407% N.W. l st Bethany, Okla. ABLA, JANICE HANCOCK 70 407 % N.W. l st Bethany, Oklahoma ABLA, Jl 'I WAY E ---- --- ---- - ---- 90 629 S. Porter Tyler, Texas ABLA, JOAN -- - ----- -- - --- ------- - 70 5 5 1 3 I Donald Bethany, Okla. ADAMS, MARION E . -------------- 70 206 E. Force Valdosta, Georgia ADAMS, TOKI T - - ------- ---- - --- 90 206 E . Force Valdosta, Georgia AKIN, JERRY -------- -- - --- - ---- - -- 90 723 N. Ashbury Bethany, Okla. AKI 1S, \VINFORD ----------------- 80 5 1 3 46th St. Lubbock, Texas ALBRIGHT, BRENDA 80 3 1 0 1 Willow St. Fort Smith, Ark. ALEXA DER, BERTHA 80 R. R. 1 Ponca City, Okla. 90 ALLEN, DAVID E. 661 0 Overlook Dr. Dallas, Texas _________

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-BBAGGETT, BETH 80 27 1 7 South 3rd Abilene, Texas 70 BAGGETT, THELMA 907 S.E. 5th Bentonville, Ark. BAILEY, LLOYD -------------------90 2 2 39 Wengler Ave. o,路erland 14, ifo. BAIRD, CAROLYN -----------------90 428 S. Elizabeth Wichita 1 3 -N, Kans. 70 BAKER, BUDDY . L. 1 1 2 S:W. 3rd Bethany, Okla. 80 BAKER, COETTA 946 N. Battin \Vichita, Kansas __________________

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BAKER, EARL -------------------- 5 2 .W. l st 310 Gaylord, Kansas BANNING, RAY , 70 1 3 1 4 Perkins Rd. Stillwater, Okla. 70 BARTLETT, CAROLE P. 0. Box 698 Bethany, Okla. 52 BARTLEY, LORETTA 1 3 South Main South Hutchinson, Kansas BARTON, JEANNETTE 80 204 S. Mueller Bethany, Okla . 80 BATEMAN, FREDA 7 1 3 Santa Fe Coffeyville, Kansas BATHERY, REXLEN ANN 90 4901 E. View Dr. New Orleans, La. BECHTLE, DELORES J. 10 1 0 1 0 S. Walnut Ottawa, Kansas BECK, GARY ---------------------- 80 1 3 1 7 State St. Salina, Kansas BECK, JOHN ---- - -- - - - ---- ---- ---- 70 3 1 4 Vv. Francis Baytown, Texas BECKETT, MARY J. ---------------- 90 2 2 1 7 W. Washington St. Charleston, West Virginia 52 BECKETT, VERNON F. Box 1 8 1 , Charleston 2 West Virginia BELCHER, PAT ------------------- - 70 2428 E. 1 3th Tulsa, Okla. 80 BELEW, JETTIE A. Box 1 0 3 , Vici, Okla. BELL, VIRGINIA - - ------ --- ----- -- 90 Aztec, ew Mexico BENTLEY, ROBERT ---------------- 70 5 1 9 Monroe Lansing, Michigan BERNSTORF, LARRY -------------- 80 62 3 Mann, LarJled, Kans. 80 BERTRAM, JAMES L. Higgins, Texas BICKFORD, LAVELLE 90 Box 9 1 3, Groves, Texas 90 BIDDINGER, DANNY R. R. No. 2, Pratt, Kansas BINK, JUDY 70 568 W. l Oth Hoisington, Kansas 80 BLACK, WINONA J. 1 2 1 N. 1 st, Yukon, Okla. BLAKELY, LYNN H . 90 2 3 2 3 5 1 st Ave. Bradenton, Florida BLAYLOCK, JANE ------------------ 90 4 3 1 0 Jennings Rd. St. Louis 20, Mo. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

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BOHANNA. , CHARLES 52 604 N.W. 2nd Bethany, Oklahoma BOHANNAN, JA E ' -------- - -- ------70 Box 394 Bethany, Oklahoma BOHLKE, ANNE ------------------ 5 2 7 0 3 8th Ave. S . Clinton, Iowa BOWEN, RODNEY G. 70 5 0 1 9 Milwaukee Denver 1 6 , Colo. BOYER, A NELLE 90 6 3 5 N. Xenophon Tulsa, Oklahoma BRANSON, ROBERT D. 90 32 3 South Park Sapulpa, Oklahoma BRECHBILL, JA 1ICE - - - - - - - - - - - 80 424 South C St. Herington, Kansas 70 BRIDGWATER, DO ALD 404 N.E. l st Bethany, Oklahoma BRINKLEY, DILDA C. -------------- 90 3 30 West 3rd St. Ada, Oklahoma BRINKLEY, DOYLE ----------------90 3 30 West 3rd St. Ada, Oklahoma BROADBOOKS, ROY A. ---------- - - 9 0 1 3 1 1 Ella St. Beatrice, Nebr. BROWN, ARLY E -- ----- -- --- ----- 70 R. R. No. 2, Ava, Mo. BROWN, BOB R . ------------------ 80 800 3 W . Markham Little Rock, Ark. BROWN, M ERLETA ----------- ----90 Cimarron, Kansas BROWN, STEVE 70 42 1 3 N. McArthur Bethany, Oklahoma BROWN, RETA SUE 90 201 W. Marshall Dr. Midwest City, Okla. BROW INC, SA DRA 80 Tulsa, Oklahoma BUCHANA , TERRY - ------------ - 90 Mansfield, Missouri BUFFINGTON, SHIRLEY 80 Rt. 1 , Box 5 Satanta, Kansas BUMPUS, JOEL -------------------- 90 2 5 27 Bush Blvd. Birmingham 8, Ala. BURKHART, NEVIN --------------- 80 P. 0 . Box 698 Bethany, Oklahoma BURNHAM, JUDY ---------------- - 7 0 3 5 1 9 2 3rd St. Lubbock, Texas BURPO, DON ----------------------90 9 1 6 S. 8th Ponca City, Okla. ______ _ _ _ _ _ _

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