Allentown Bible Institute - Beacon Yearbook (Allentown, PA)
- Class of 1935
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The Senior Class
Allentown Bible Institute
Eflifrzr-fin-Chfief LEWIS ADAMS
Assisfrmt Editor ARTEMAS BYRD
Alzmmi Erlffor WILIJAM ALLSUOUSE
Faculty Advisor MISS ANNA TAYLOR
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We trust that by the holp of God we have been
able' to portray in this little Volume our school as
it really is, an institution where young people enjoy
REV. HAR-OLD IJ. IJIETER
carcful attention to our instruction
Word and its practical outworking
through our lives
NVQ, the Flass of 1935,
this first volume of HTHE BEACONH
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Rev. Harold Dieter Rev. Carl Hightower
Miss Mayme Gangaware Rev. William Allshouse Miss Anna Taylor
Miss Mildred Hunt Miss Gracia Fero Mrs. William Allshouse
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For three years you have struggled with books, theories, dogma,
doctrine, and facts, now you are about to put all of these things into
the great test-tube of Life. lt is in this manner that you are going to
discover the real worth of your foundational Work while in school. The
words of your teachers, the advice of your faculty, the reproofs and
rebukes of your superiors, the exhortations from the Chapel services,
the crises in prayer will become to you t'he real treasures in the store-
house of knowledge. You will find that as the days roll by land experi-
ence fills in your theories, you will be enriched more and more with the
sublime, the beautiful, and the holy things of the unseen World.
VVith high hope and youthful vigor and aspirations, you should
undertake confidently the problems and the responsibilities that your
fellow-men and the Lord whom you serve lay on your shoulders. Do
not shirk responsibility. Do not take the line of least resistance. Take
the sword of the Spirit and the shield of Faith, and with fortitude and
courage grained in much prayer, you shall win.
It is your privilege to take the advantages that have been yours in
these years of preparation and enlarge upon them by constant applica-
tion of the same principles which you have been taught until your lives
will be as the shining light which Hshineth more and more even until
the perfect day". Wliatey'er your field of endeavor, wherever your path
may lead, may you ever remember that there is one common mercy seat.
. "There is a scene where spirits blend
And friend holds fellowship with friend,
Though sundered far, by Faith we meet
Around one common mercy seat."
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Lewis Adams - President
Artemas Byrd Vice President
Julia, Etien - - Secretary
NVilliam Allshousc Treasurer
Margaret S. VVert Chaplain
'4Laborers together with Him"
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American Beauty Rose
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G. LINDLEY ADAMS
Glassboro, N. J.
"Strong men have strong C07'Ifl'l'6'1
tions and one man with at belief is
better than a tho-usanfl that have only
interests. ' '
R. LEWIS ADAMS
Glassboro, N. J.
"A healthy intellect which goes in
search of its own intellectual food
must be the basis of all spontaneous
1'rluf'at1'on. ' ' A
WILLIAM 0. ALLSHOUSE
Glassboro, N. J.
"Every outltifvated mfzfncl carries a
liturgy in its own refnecl tastef,
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TH1+:m1A M. BECK
"Good lIIlflH'f' is fha wry air of a
youll mimi rmrl gm1m'ous soul."
J. ARTEMAS BYRD
Coopers, W. Va.
"The fruwsz' style of 0l0ljll07'll'I7
SPFIIIII7' or savrvri, is pwlcficrll wr1s011-
my rrmmrlffvi' by .Qfrnmf 6'l'H'0I'1Y07'l.H
JULIA C. ETIEN
"'l'l1,m'e is no svzllpfllfdvrg like fhfuf
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HARO'LD A. GARRISON
Glassboro., N. J.
"I have never seen anything in the
world worth getting angry obouytf'
H. ALDENE HEADLEY
"Character is II diamond that
sr-rotohes mferg other stone."
ARTHUR J. Kl1EI'PINGER
"A mon he seems of cheerful yes-
twrfloys and confident tomorrowsf'
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BPLULAH B. KUNKLE
'l'Hl'lOLOGY AND HIGH SCHOOL
"A hmrf u'nsp0Hef? is not easily
ORIGNE P, SCIIAFFNER
"Good 1-onzpfmy and good a'011m1ve1'-
mfirm arf' fha szfnews of v'irf110.',
LLOYD L. SIMPSON
"IJ-fx' is Nw sum of our zlffain-
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CLARENCE E. WERT
"The truest view of life seems to
me to be that which shows that we
are here not to enjoy but to learn."
MARGARET STROUP WERT
"In character, in manner, in style,
in all things, the s'upre'me excellence
is s1'mpl1fr'7'ty. ' '
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LABOREHS TOGETHER WITH HIM
NVQ are going forth to labor in the servioe of the Lordg
We are striving for His favor, for the faithful 's sure reward.
Although We are 'Weak and helpless, yet our strength! He doth supply,
And with Him to be our counsel we will labor' till we die.
Though the world may frown upon us, and the eros-s we choose to bear
Yet, the Cfhrist has gone before us, and will all, our 'burdens bear.
So with all the zeal and fervor, of 'a 'heart that ls loyal, true,
We will labor with our Master and We know Helll take us through.
We're devoted to our Saviour, and the cause for which he died,
We'l1 raise high the blood stained banner, and exalt the Crueified.
VVe have promised to be faithful, we will serve with heart sincere,
Anywhere, Oh Iiord, Our Master we will labor 'Wlhile We're here.
Wheii our working shall have ended, and we know the victory's Wong
When He reckons with the faithful, and we hear Him say "Well done"
Then we 'll rest with Him forever, unmolested by life 's care,
Oh! how glad we,ll be up yonder that we labored with him here.
CMusie by Armand Dollj
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To the Class of 1935:
Time, yes time, which waits for no one has spun its Webb of years-
eleven of them since the first Commencement.
Twelve boys and girls in a new experience said "Good-bye" to their
Alma Mater to face a wide, wide world. What a task!
Who can rightly prophesy the future? Will it be success or
failure? The first is hoped, always hoped, and the latter is shunned
wherever and whenever possible. Clan we fully trace the footprints of
those who have come and gone since 1924? Wind and wave have crossed
and recrossed the paths of the true and the lbrave, but they must cross
and recross again where they have not, for the command is "Forward,
ever Forward" and forward they go. But can and will those who have
gone before do it all? No, no, never, there must be others - always
others and others.
'tCouragze, boys, courage", signaled some one from a distant point,
"Recruits are coming, they are marching in a stately fashion, their ban-
ners are unfurled, their weapons for a spiritual warfare are brandishing
against the encamped hosts of evil."
Come on! Come on! fellow comrades, we welcome you. We Will
make places for you. Your equipment is not like ours who have gone
before. Yours is better, yes, better in many Ways. Experience plus
knowledge plus God is everything necessary for success. We thank God
and rejoice 'to know you have joined us. Though we may be unseen and
separated one from the other by mountains, plains and seas, yet,
Blest be the tie that binds Our hearts in Christian love,
The fellowship of kindred minds Is like to that above.
Before our Father's throne We pour our ardent prayers,
Our fears, our hopes, our aims are one, Our comforts and our cares.
We share our mutual woes, Our mutual burdens bear,
And often for each other flows The sympathizing tear.
VVhen we assuuder part lt gives us inward pain,
But we shall still be joined in heart, And hope to meet again.
WALTER F. BUBB,
President of the Alumni Association.
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ass Z5 tory
VVe, the Class of 1935, have come not to the end but to the beginning,
For some of us this is the end of our work here in the Allentown Bible
Institute but it is also the beginning of a life of service. VVe look back
on our school life as an accomplishment not only for man but for God.
Our class has been engaged in building a structure, each member
being a laborer. Our goal has been to erect a structure that will stand
throughout eternity. We do not feel that our building days are over
but we do feel that here we have laid a firm foundation upon which We
can build for the remainder of our lives - a foundation that will sup-
port a great and beautiful edifice, Uhristian Character.
Year after year other laborers have begun to build. Arches have
been planned with patience, stones have been laid with prayer, mighty
pillars of resolve have been raised and blocks of wisdom fitted in. Our
laborers have Worked together faithfully. They have been watchful,
prayerful and earnest.
One of them is William Allshouse, who came to A. B. I. six years ago
from Glassboro, N. J. From the very beginning he has diligently applied
himself in the pursuit of his studies. Since that time he has endeared
himself to the entire school. ln William we have found a steady Chris-
tian character. For five years he sang in the school quartette, which
traveled about the country spreading the Gospel. Last year he grad-
uated from the Theological Department, tonight he is completing his
High School. '
To prove to us that he had the interest of the school at heart, last
June he married the music teacher, thus assuring us that she Would
Throughout this year he has served very efficiently as Dean of men.
We predict a bright future for him in whatever work he attempts since
he has so successfully carried on his work here.
Mr. Allshouse, as you graduate tonight We can truthfully say that
your name will always bring pleasant memories. May God richly bless
you in your every attempt for Him.
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Beulah Kunkle from Bethlehem, Pa. entered school in 19301. We
are told that "still water, runs deep". That this applies to Beulah one
can readily see, for she is calm, possessing a quiet, determined nature
and a faithful heart. In spiteof great obstacles she is the overcomer
and is graduating from both the Theological and High School Depart-
Beulah, our prayers and good wishes go with you and we trust that
you will be a great blessing in the 'world as you pursue your course as
Harold Garrison is from Glassboro, N. J. and has been with us for
two years. Seeing the need of an education under Christian influence
he came to A. B. l. after spending two years in the Grlassboro High
School. He has lbeen a sincere and earnest student. We feel sure that
as he continues to walk with God that ihis life will prove ia blessing to
Harold, we are wishing for you the richest of God's blessings.
Julia Etien, another one of our laborers, comes from Allentown, Pa.
Julia is the first Allentown High School graduate to graduate from
A. B. l. She entered school in 1933 and working unceasingly, has been
an example of the real student. She has also been faithful in preaching
when the opportunity was offered.
ln our class she has discharged her duties very efficiently as the
Secretary. We feel confident that she will be a blessing wherever
she goes. Y
Lewis Adams, our class President and Editor-in-chief of '4The
Beacon", has done everything from the humblest work to assisting in
The teaching. He came to us from Glassboro, N. J. in 1932, having grad-
uated from that High School.
Throughout his entire school life he has been a hard and willing
Christi-an worker. He is frank, open, and generous. The interest of thc
class was deep in his heart.
This year he served faithfully as librarian. For two years he sang
in the school quartette which has been a great blessing through its
ministry in song.
Besides 'being a real student Lewis is a preacher. His faith in God
and his preaching ability predict that he will be a great 'blessing to the
Truly one of our foremost students goes forth with the best wishes
of everyone connected with A. B. T.
Artemas Byrd, the Vice President of our class and Assistant Editor
of "The Beacon" came from Coopers, W. Va. in 1932, having completed
High School at Bramwell, VV. Va. His training in Business College ac-
counts for the efficiency with which he has served as the school book-
keeper for three years.
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Artemas also sang in the school quartette for two years. Ile has
shown a whole hearted interest in everything that concerned Allentown
Bible Institute. He has spread among us much happiness.
We, as ia school are indebted to Lewis and Artemas more than we
can repay for their willing and whole-hearted service in behalf of the
school. During the last part of the school year, seeing the need of the
school, they gave their services in canvassing the Eastern District in
behalf of God 's work in the Institute.
As Artemas goes forth we release hini with the confidence that his
will be a life which will lead many to Christ. ,A
Flarence Vtlert first came to school in 1929 having graduated from
High School in Dalmatia, Pa. Last year he returned to A. B. I. to com-
plete his course in Theology. VVe have enjoyed his fellowship as he has
taken his place as truck driver, kitchen worker, and preacher. He is an
able student. His attainments have been reached through hard labor.
His attitude toward God and spiritual things has been a great help to
the students.. He has always been ready with cheery words when many
others were discouraged.
When he returned to school from his C'hristn1ias vacation, Margaret
Stroup had become Mrs. Wert.
We are indeed glad to have him to graduate with us. As he goes
from A. B. I. we believe he goes with the blessing of God and we feel
assured that he will go out to bless a lost and dying world.
Margaret Stroup Wert joined us in 1932. During the three years
she has spent in school her steady walk with God and her constant faith
in Him have been a blessing to those who know her. Margaret has also
proven to us that she is a good cook, having served the school in that
capacity for three years.
We are confident that her life will be a blessing. The necessity of
graduation deprives us of some of the best friends we can hope to have.
Margaret, may God bless you as you go forth to labor for Him.
Lloyd Simpson came to A. B. I. in 1931 from Greensburg, Pa. to
finish his High School. Prior to his coming he spent a short time in
Kingswood College, Ky. During his stay with us this year we have
found him to 'be a most agreeable boy, with a sincere and honest heart.
One who was always willing to accommodate even in the smallest favors.
Lloyd has been ia blessing by his musical talent both instrumental and
We feel assured that if he continues to let God have his way in his
life he -will prove to be a blessing to those with whom he comes in contact.
We wish him the heartiest success in the school that is called "life".
Thelma Beck entered school in 1931 and is a resident of this city.
We have admired her for her desire to be at the head of her class. Nor
were those ambitions fruitless for very few have ranked higher.
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Thelma, wc wish you the best of success in whatever course you
pursue. May this be your motto for life: "Seek first the kingdom of
C l lH ight H
lor am is rg eousness .
Orene Schatfner of Bethlehem, Pa., was added to our number two
years ago. She has been a real blessing in the school by her quiet Chris-
tian walk. She leaves behind pleasant memories of her faithfulness.
Orene, we are glad that you are among our number and are confident
that as you continue to walk with God, He will direct you into paths of
Lindley Adams,.a twin brother of Lewis, is another of the graduates
coming from Glassboro, N. J. He began his Theological work here in
1933 and has worked hard, completing a three year course in two years.
Lindley, like his brother, is quite a philosopher, and his hobby seems to
be that of arguing. VVe hope that throughout his life he will be able to
convince others that the way of the Cross is the only true way. Lindley
has proved himself a scholar, and what he starts he usually finishes. He
has expressed a desire to go to college.
We wish him a most successful future as he strives to fulfill his
Arthur Kleppinger is the second of his family to graduate from our
school. He joined us -when ibut a little 'boy of thirteen years. After
completing his High School here in 1933, he returned to study in the
Theological Department. He is of the studious type, his favorite study
being Greek, and if it 's all Greek to him he likes it. But he is not stop-
ping here for he hopes to go to college before his school days are over.
Arthur, as you leave A. B. I. the best wishes of all go with you. We
trust that your life will ever be an example of vital Christian living.
Thus ends the history of the Class of 1935. As we have labored to-
gether here so We go forth to be "Laborers together with Him".
ALDEN E HEADLEY.
HISTORY OF THE HISTORIAN
Aldene Headley left Holbrook, Pa. in 1931 and came to A. B. I.
Since that time we have all learned to know her as a trustworthy young
lady and for this trustworthiness she will always be remembered. We
cannot forget her pleasant smile. She is of ia sober- and honest disposi-
tion. Everyone has been inspired by the consistent Christian life she
has lived and. the noble character she has built. Aldene is very modest'
and holds the highest ideals of life. As a class we feel that she is Worthy
of the best words of commendation that we can give. When all of life 'S
activities are over may the Master greet her with that greatest of all
commendations, t'Well done thou good and faithful servant."
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Hear. Uh ye Seniors of A. B. l., what lieth in store for you. As
power and courage of utterance are given, I speak. Be not amazed, but
receive the words as PROPHECY.
Lindley Adams, having worked faithfully and diligently, shall
graduate from college with flying colors. Having been thus better pre-
pared, he will enter into the ministry of his Master. He shall not only
rank high among his fellow-laborers in stature, but also in spirit and
attainments. 'His piano and trumpet music shall aid greatly in his effici-
Vlarence Wert shall be used of God in pioneer evangelism and shall
leave behind him work that is permanent. His courage and reliance on
God will be factors figuring in his success, but the chief factor shall be
the earliest prayer and frequent encouragement of his wife, Margaret.
Her kindly disposition and godly life shall influence many toward a vital
experience in Christ.
Harold Garrison, having completed the Theological course at A. 13.1.
shall enter college and there prepare to serve the Lord, as a missionary.
Success shall crown his work for through him many precious heathen
shall hear the Gospel. ,
Aldene Headley shall serve God as a medical missionary, having
fitted herself for that work by attendance at Booth Memorial Hospital.
Her field of labor will be in India where she will reap much grain which
is ripe unto harvest.
Lewis Adams, the careful thinker, shall continue his pursuit of
knowledge in college, specializing in philosophy and medicine., Having
applied himself admirably to these studies, his didactic qualities will be
strengthened and his ambition will be realized, to become a college
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Orene Schaffner shall take up medical training. Having qualified
as a trained nurse, she shall not only give aid to the body, but shall assist
the soul in distress. Her musical talent will be a blessing to many lives.
Artemas Byrdls career shall be marked with great success. As an
evangelist he will be a leader. Application, zeal and perseverance will
pave the way for him to be a prince among the Lord 's servants.
-Inlia Etien shall begin her life 's work in the evangelistic field, and
after a few years shall respondto the cry of her soul which calls her to
serve as a mission nurse in Africa.
William Allshouse, having proven himself a faithful Dean of men
at A. B. I. will rule Hhis own house well" and care for the Hock of God.
His voice shall add to his success. Ilis wife catering to his musical tend-
encies shall make his choir famous.
Thelma Beck shall become a medical doctor. Her leisure hours will
be few for as a master' of her art she will find it necessary to keep long
L-loyd Simpson will become widely known as an expert musician on
the guitar and trombone and as a good song leader. His travelsshall
be extensive and dotted with many rich experiences.
Beulah Kunkle shall be a trained nurse serving in China as a mis-
sionary. Darkened lives shall receive light through her ministry and
shall see Christ in her kindly disposition and labor of love.
The prophet hath spoken. Time -will classify him true or false.
Prophecy for the Prophet
I am not a prophet nor am I the son of a phophet, neither am I a
magician nor astrologer, but as I gaze into the crystal of history in the
light of his present activities I see for Arthur Kleppinger a clear future.
He will be found daily in the classroom engaged in lecturing on Greek
classics or drilling his class in some difficult tense formation or other
stumbling block. He will gather about him a great number of friends
who will require much of his spare time for social activities.
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XVILLIAM A1,l.s1m1'sI-3 .IJICUNARD IJRVRY
Alc'1'm1As Ilvmw LICXVIS Armms
It is with prich- that wo pre-svnt thvso XOIIIIQI mvn, tllrcw of wlmm arf'
I11U1I1bUI'S of thv 1-lass nt' 19135. 'Fu the lifv and iutvrests of the Allentown
Bible Institute for mlarly thru- years they devoted their time and energy
in 1-1-prvselltitmgr their schoul in svvml dit?vl'c-nt status. They gave their
services. thvir tzxhlnt. th0ir timm-, tht-ir PXIPVXKIQ' and prayers in such an
IIIINPIHSII clvvotimm to an cause in whivh they helivvetl with all Hlllil' hearts
fthe- vclllvzltiou umhtr t'h1'istizu1 iIlHllt'llt'0 of the Xfjllllg people of their
ft JB. M,
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Class ot IQ36
LIDEN ADAMS, Denton, Md.
"Be nobleg and the nobleness that lies
In other men sleep-ing, but never dead,
Will rise in majesty to meet thine own."
INFZ Bowne, Allentown, Pa.
"To be wonianly is the greatest eharin of woman."
JOSEPHINE BRADEN, Staunton, Va.
' We can do more by being good- than in any other way."
HARRIET BRUCKLACHER, Hepburnvlle, Pa.
the future constitute the trinity of happiness."
BESSTE CROSBY, Staunton, Va.
"The silence of pure innocence persuades when speaking fails."
THELMA CURRY, East McKee-sport, Pa.
"Al rleeent boldness erer meets with frienrlsf'
Rossini' DETTMER, Bath, Pa.
"The greatest men hare been those who have out their way
ARMAND Dome, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
"A man ,s best friends are his ten fingersf,
'Gratitude for the pa-st, content in the present, and trust for
ROBERT FINCH, Vestal. N. Y.
I have learnefl to hnou' that the secret of happiness is never
your energies stagnatef'
BERNICE IIOWARD, Bethlehem. Pa.
"il noble rleefl is a step toufarrl heaven."
lWILDRED KLEPPINGER, Nortliampton, Pa.
"Pie liz-eth long wlio liveth well".
DANlE1IilxlURl'llY, Oneonta, N. Y.
"The greatest pleasure I know is to flo a yoofl action by
stealth, and to have it found out by acciclentf,
RUTHANNAH MUSSER, Bethlehem, Pa.
"The serene, silent beauty of at holy life is the most powerful
in ji u e
noe in the worlzl, next to the 'might of the Spirit of Goflf,
MNABEL REW, Onancock, Va.
I High School
"The life is rneasnrecl by the soal's advance."
BERNICE REYNOLDS, Southern Pines, N. C.
" 'Tis his at last who does his best.
IIARVEY STAHLER, Bowmanstown, Pa.
"Every life is bat a stone,
Ei-ery one shall hew his own. 'l'
ALTIIEA STRoU1', Millersburg, Pa.
"It is when you come close to one in conversation that you
rliseover what his real abilities are."
VERA SY1'oLT, Elizabeth, Pa.
"To live in the hearts we leave behind,
Is not to die."
ESTHER WATSON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
"Every event of life po-ints, if it does not carry as on. to the
AUGUSTA WILSON, Schenectady, N. Y.
"The secret of success is constancy to purpose."
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Class of IQ37
PAULINIQ BowER, Allentown, Pa.
"Application, is the price to be paid for mental 1I!flIlllSI'll0'I'L.,
BIARSHALL BRowN, Anderson. Incl.
"'Tfs late before the brave despair."
BIABEL BRUCKIIACIIER, Ilepburuville, Pa.
"She asks no favors and shrinks from no responsibilities.H
BETTY CRAMER, Northville, N. Y.
"A noble and attractive everyday bearing eomes of goodness
of sinr-erity, of refinement."
HELEN lIoRsT, Laureldale, Pa.
"Truth eontes to earnest, humble seekersf,
DONAIID TSENBERG, Mcfionnellstown, Pa.
"The talent of suteeess is nothing more than doing what you
run do well without a single thought of fame."
INEZROSE KEEBLER, Williamsport, Pa.
"Power comes from persistent and repeated effort."
NVILLARAD KLEPl'INGER, Easton, Pa.
"The itnproinptu reply is precisely the touehstone of the man
of wit U
MARY KUTKZ, Pine Grove, Pa.
"ln every sphere of life the post of honor is the post of dutyf'
IIAROLD LONGENOUTR, Hellertown, Pa.
"The best way in the world to seem to be anything is really to
be what we would seem to be."
ALICE PASSMORE, Hyde, Pa.
"After all, the joy of sueeess does not equal that which attends
the patient working. "
WILLIAM POPE, Port Vue, Pa.
"Humility is the basis of every virtue."
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'l'11oMAs WEIR, Albany, N. Y.
"What you believe will depend largely on what you are."
C11ARLEs WATTS, Southwest, Pa.
"Courage fix boldness built of moral timberf,
Class of IQ38
CLEDA Bowick, Allentown, Pa.
' High School
HThere are the great of earth-
Great, not by htngly birth,
Great in their well proved worth-
Firnz, hearts' and true."
ARLENE i'R1ssINoER, Dornsife, Pa.
HThe most 'manifest sign of wisdom is continued eheerfulnessf'
ORPHA EASTERDAY, Northampton, Pa.
"There ts success when you work for it."
NEVA FINCH, Vestal, N. Y.
"How far the little candle throws tts beam!"
HOWARD FLEXON, Petersburg, Va.
" Youth ls heritage 'is hope."
JoiHN IVES, Reading, Pa.
"Give a boy address and accomplishments and you give him,
the mastery of palaces and fortunes wherever he goes."
BERTHA J ov, Staunton, Va.
"I know that the darher life's tangled thread, the richer the
IRENE KLEPl'INGER, Northampton, Pa.
"Manners are the ornament of action."
ROBERT KLEl'1'INGER, Easton, Pa.
U High 'School
"There are men of concealed fire that doth not break out in
ordinary eireunztstanees of life."
VVILBUR PENNYPACKER, Mainville, Pa.
"There is nothing in the unizrerse that I fear but that I shall
lrnouf my duty and shalb fail to do -it."
M GAME fo fha
U12 ere assmen
ln leaving A. B. I. the Class of 1935 is leaving' an institution whieh
operates on the higrlzest. noblest principles. Her standards of doctrine
and of C'hristian conduct are those raised in the VVord of God.
YVe, therefore, charge you to study the Bible doctrines until they
become, not a system of theology, but living, vital principles perrneating
your every thought and action. This is not only requisite to the true
Christ life which prepares us for happiness beyond this life, but is indis-
pensable to a sueeessful ministry in the Church of Jesus Christ.
lf you will focus your efforts to this point you will uphold the
reputation tllat A. IS. l. has grained because of her spirituality and solid
teavliingr. and your lives will be neither barren nor unfruitful but will
abound in every good work.
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To Miss Anna Clark, Matamoras, Pa. and Miss Agnes Brucklacher,
Hepburnville. Pa. who could not complete this year with us because of
You 're missed by those who know you hereg
In class and hall there's a missing cheer
That once We knew.
lf you both were here in class today
To study again with us the way
llm sure we 'd welcome you.
But life will always hold those hours
Of disappointmentg yet, Godls grace and power
Will make us strong.
For the hour of grief will pass awayg
The morning' will be the dawn of day
That brings a song.
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Mxs. NVILLIAM F. ALLSHOUSE
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"Melody, both vocal and instrumental, is for the raising up of men's
hearts, and the sweetcuing of their affections toward God."-Hooker.
1 The Music Department of the Allentown Bible Institute is one of
constant growth and development. The opportunity of studying under
our capable teacher, Mrs. Vtlilliam Allshouse, is indeed a very great in-
ducement for this activity.
Mrs. Allshouse, who studied music under Professor Cecil Mastin.
Dr. Ian Alexander of London, England, and tookg special work in music
at the Practical Bible Training School, Binghamton, Y., has arranged
four courses, Voice, Piano, Uonducting, and The Student Chorus. The
entire student body takes two of these courses, Conducting and The
Student Chorus. ln Piano and Voice the outstanding progress made
hy the pupils shows that their director has teaching methods that bring
artistic results and that she understands the requirements necessary for
the development of each individual.
In the musical program there is included an orchestra, a trio, a girls'
quiutette. and a boys' quartette, which God is using' in a Very marked
HARRTET A. B RUCKLACHER.
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Sfugenzfs of mic
STUDENTS OF PIANO
STUDENTS OF VOICE
Ha rriet Bruckl ach er
STUDENTS OF YTOLIN
During the past ten years the Allentown Bible Institute has operated
as a Training School for Christian workers. The aim and purpose of
the Institute has been to build holy character, to establish its students
in the eternal Word of God, and to send thoroughly trained young men
and women out into the world to live and labor for Christ.
The question might be asked "Is the school's purpose being
realized?" The answer is found in a study of the lives and ministry of
the school's graduates. Its purpose is being realized in the splendid
group of Christian youth who are sacrificially laboring for the Master
in various fields of endeavor, Allentown Bible Institute is widely repre-
sented by her alumni who have made good as preachers, missionaries,
evangelists, teachers, nurses. singers and other successful workers. Con-
secrated lives like these will make the church a better church, and the
world a better world.
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OFFIUERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
PI'6SidQ"I1t - - Rev. Nvalter F. Bubb
Secretary - Rev. Mark Bowman
Trvasllror Mrs. Ruswll Lutz
"0f'C'UPY 'FILL I COMEU
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Words are inadequate to express my heart-felt appreciation of
A. B. I. Un this sacred spot where God called us we learned many prec-
ious lessons whose memories linger yet. Here I first saw the light and
my burden of sin rolled away forever. In those early days, though only
twenty in the school, we loved to work, study, and pray, and cherished
the privileges we enjoyed at our dear Alma Mater.
Ruth M. Bowman, '24.
I am thankful for the settling of experience which came to me in
Bible School, and especially for the practical experience in religious
work which I received there.
J. Harold Goss, '25.
Beulah Park has made me love the Bible 111ore than ever before, and
has surely been an inspiration to ine. I aiu grateful to God that he has
given me the blessed privilege of attending Beulah Park.
Ella M. Garman, '26,
Only as the years ripen, can I place a just value on those days spent
at Beulah Park. I can never cease to be grateful for the part that sacred
place had in moulding my character and helping me to find my vocation
in life. l am glad that the hand of the Supreme God led me there.
Mrs. John Hanna, '27.
l went to Beulah Park in September l926. and graduated in June
1927. l went back for other work and spent altogether five years there-
the best five years of my life.
Sarah J. Riggs, l27.
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I had received training in several schools before I entered Beulah
Park Bible School, but the year at Beulah Park was by far the most
profitable to me both spiritually and educationally.
Rev. E. Eugene Hostetter, '29,
I find it impossible to state my appreciation for a training that to
me was priceless. The spiritual atmosphere We lived in I know Will
influence my life here and in eternity.
Hazel Noble, '30,
It would be futile for me to try to express in Words all that A. B. I.
has meant to me. It, did not take me six years to fall in love with the
school, but I frequented her halls for that period of time because I rec-
ognized the advantages afforded by a Christian School in these days of
modernism and svorldliness. I sincerely recommend A. B. I. to students
who are interested in their spiritual as Well' as intellectual development.
' Russell A. Kleppingzer, '31,
Two things I am especially grateful for: the discipline just When I
needed it most: and the key to the proper interpretation and understand-
ing' of the Scriptures.
Rev. George E. Failing, '32,
The knowledgw- of Bible truths received at Beulah Park hasqbeen
invaluable to me, and I do appreciate more than Words can express the
training in godly Christian living which I received there. The founda-
tion principles taught and molded into my life have been as a bulvvark
and an anchor to my soul during' the year which I have spent in the
Nurses' Training school. I shall always cherish the memories of days
spent at Beulah Park and endeavor, by God 's grace. to be true to her
and the standards which she upholds.
Bernadine Kinney, '33.
B. P. B. S. has meant more than words can express to me. Lessons
learned in theory have proven very practical in my field of service. I
cherish the memories of Beulah Park.
Rev. J. Edgar Martin, '33,
The lessons learned in Beulah Park have proved to be very bene-
ficial in my Christian life and ministry.
Rev. Leonard W. Drury, '34.
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MOTTO: 'cln the beginning God."
Mrs. Paul Sawdy QDella Argotl is an able assistant for Brother Saivdy
in his pastoral Work at Vlloodbury, N. J.
Rev. Wlalter F. Bubb and wife CAdlena Behrentl are the successful
pastors of the Pilgrim Holiness Church at Stonington, Penna.
Brother Bubb is the president of the Alumni Association.
Ruth Bowman, besides being matron, is teaching Bible and History at
the Bible Holiness Seminary, Owasso, Mich. Since graduating from
A. B. l. Sister Bowman has completed the High School course at
Owasso and has taken some college work.
Rev. John Gangavvare is serving as pastor of the Pilgrim Holiness Church
at Pine Grove. Pa. Since he took this work a church building has
been purchased and many improvements made.
Richard Patchen and wife Clona Marvinj reside in Stroudsburg. Pa..
where Mr. Patchen is employed by the Hughes Publishing Co. Much
of his time is spent in doing personal Work.
Rev. Joseph Wooteii is closing his tenth year as pastor of the Union
Gospel Missionary Church at Marcus Hook, Pa. This church is
doing a splendid missionary work, and has grown considerably
under Brother Wooten,'s ministry.
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MOTTO: t"l'he end crowns the work."
Eva Andrews-Deceased. .
Esther N. Cramer lives with her sister at Glassboro, N. J. Her humble
life has been a blessing to many.
Catherine C. Dewitt received her R. N. from the Jefferson Hospital in
Philadelphia and is working in that city.
J. Harold Goss reports very enjoyable work teaching English in the
High School at Tarentum. Pa. Mr. Goss spent one year at the
Pilgrim Junior College, Pasadena, Cal., took his B. S. from the Uni-
versity of Southern California, and received his M. A. at the
University of Pittsburgh,
Rev. Raymond Hoffman has been very successful in building' up a spirit-
ual work at Hyde, Pa. During his ministry there the Lord has
blessed his efforts with a new church and a good congregation.
Rev. Francis D. Ketnel for the past eight years has been an active pastor
in the Church of the Nazarene. He is at present pastoring a beauti-
ful new church at Allentown, Pa.
Pierce Koder lives near Bethlehem, Pa. where he is employed on a farm.
Rev. Lee Lawrence is the new pastor of the Pilgrim Holiness Church at
Port Jervis, N. Y.
Rev. Paul Sawdy is serving the Lord as pastor of the Pilgrim Holiness
Church at Woodbury, N. J. A growing work with the blessing of
God is the result of his labor there.
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MOTTO: 'Hlehovah Nissi-The Lord our Bannerfl
Emma Burger is employed in Bethlehem. Pa. She is serving the Lord
with a devoted life and a spiritual testimony.
Rev. Harold D. Dieter is very faithfully serving the Bible Institute as
President and Dean of Theology. Under his administration A. B. l.
has grown spiritually, has gained financially, and has advanced
Mrs. Mae Heater fMae Eckertj and her husband are pastoring the Primi-
tive Wesley'an Church at Shillington, Pa., although it is a new work
the church is going forward.
Ella May Garman is living at home in Fleetwood, Pa. Her fine Christian
character is an example of what the Lord can do for consecrated
Mary A. Hahn resides with her parents in Nazareth, Penna. Besides
teaching a Sunday School class she assists her father in evangelistic
Rev. Clarence F. Kresge is the aggressive pastor of the Pilgrim Holiness
Church at Millville, N. J. Under his leadership the church is
VVm. J. Little.
Margaret Pentycoi is working in Allentown, Pa. Her steady Christian
life is a living testimony of the reality of Christian experience.
Rev. Oscar Sharp.
R. Lott Shoemaker-Deceased.
Helen G. Vincent is serving as principal of the High School Department
in the People's Bible School, Greensboro, N. C. Miss Vincent re-
ceived her Ph.B. from Muhlenberg College.
Emma E. Yoder is living with her sister, Mrs. Ferguson, in Millersburg,
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MOTTO: "Let us go onf'
Ruth ff. Bishop since graduating from A. B. I. has taken work at God's
Bible School, Cincinnati, Ohio. She is kept more than busy as an
evangelistic preacher and singer in the Church of the Nazarene.
Rev. Delphin Dillon has completed college work in California and Drew
Seminary. At present he is an investigator for the NRA relief plan
in New Jersey. He resides in Armbrust, Pa.
Dewitt V. Farrington and wife fMQarian Fehrj are residing in Heller-
toivn, Pfa. Brother Farrington is employed as a truck driver for a
furniture store in Bethlehem. He is serving as Superintendent of
the Bethlehem Pilgrim Sunday School.
Jeremiah Haas lives in Allentown where he operates a tire shop. He
keeps himself busy giving out tracts and doing personal Work.
Edith M. Harding.
Mrs. John Hanna tJeanette Hockettj is doing ecclesiastic art work of
various kinds in Watervleit, N. Y. This summer she and Mr. Hanna
expect to go south CTennesseei to do evangelistic Work.
Rev. Russell Lutz is preaching at Pocono Lake, Pa. His ministry is being
blessed of the Lord in that place.
Mildred F. Mihill is living at home in Wilmiiigton, N. Y., where she is
caring for her sick mother. Her testimony is one of victory.
Mrs. Bryan G. Hobbs CLillian Northupb is doing evangelistic and Sunday
School work in Nashville, indiana.
Sarah J. Riggs is at home looking after home duties near Dunn's Sta-
tion, Pa. VVith a heart that is fixed she is serving the Master.
Mrs. Elizabeth lams CElizabeth Scottj lives near Vifashington, Pa., where
Mr. Iams owns a small farm. They are prospering spiritually as
well as materially.
George VVeidman resides at Portland, Pa. A few years ago Brother
Weidmaii was a member of the Bible Institute Faculty. He is at
present keeping himself busy with Work around home.
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MOTTO: i'Build Not for Timo but for Eternity."
Mrs. Foster Posson CEstl1er Chaffeej is a happy house-wife living at
Central Bridge, N. Y.
Laura Dewitt has become quite successful in the field of nursing, having
graduated from the Jefferson hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. She is
working as a registered nurse in that city.
Ruth Dixon is teaching school near Parker's Landing, Pa. She received
her bachelors degree last year from Grove City College, Grove City,
Mrs. Lewis Colson CHelen Hanleyj is preaching in New York.
Alva Himmelburger is doing mission work in California. The Lord is
blessing her efforts in that needy field.
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MOTTO: HThink of Thy Creator in Thy Youth."'
Rev. Mark Bowman and wife CMabel Shelly are pastoring the Pilgrim
Holiness Church at Warren, Pa. Brother Bowman is Secretary of
the Alumni Association.
Rev. Reginald T. Brohawn is serving as pastor of the Pilgrim Holiness
Church, Phillipsburg, Pa. His ministry being blessed of the Lord.
Vivian M. Green.
Grace H. Heberling is the assistant pastor of the Free Methodist Church
at Dallas, Pa.
Mrs. Russell Lutz CPearl Hooverj is very ably assisting Brother Lutz in
his pastoral work at Pocono Lake, Pa.
Rev. Edgar E. Hostetter is preaching at Charlottesville, Va. He has
been successful in building up a new work for the Pilgrim Church
in that city.
Kenneth R. Jones and wife live at Butler, Pa.
Rev. Nils Karl Kristiansen is enjoying his work as pastor of the Pilgrim
Church at Pennsville, N. J. After graduating from A. B. l. he
visited his home in Norway and attended a Norwegian Bible Insti-
Mary Sayer is ia mission worker in California. She is working under the
Mrs. Graham Price tAdaline J. Smithj and husband live at Trappe, Md.
They are enjoying the blessing of God in their lives.
Myrtle Weiiihold is faithfully working' as a missionary in India. She
is preaching, teaching, and learning the language.
Anna N. Taylor is a member of the Bible Institute Faculty, teaching
Greek and Latin. Taylor received her A. B. at Muhlenberg
College, Allentown, Pa.
Pearl Vincent will receive her bachelor's degree this spring from the
Grove City College, Grove City, Pa. She has been attending school
there for the past two years.
Clara Willour received her A. B. degree from Juniata College, Hunt-
ingdon, Pa. At present she is employed in her father's office at
Anna M. Yarnell is doing evangelistic work in central Pennsylvania.
Sister Yarnell has been very successful in working with young
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MOT'l'0': "In His Name Go Forward"
Rev. George Culver is doing splendid work as pastor of the Pilgrim
Church at Brooms Island, Md. His church is the only one on the
Mrs. Eva Smurr QEva Darlingj.
Beatrice W. Dodge, after spending' some time in California, is laboring
as mission Worker for the city Rescue Mission of Binghamton, N. Y.
Mrs. Robert Gray CEsther C. Fehrj is residing in Bethlehem, Pa.
John W. Knowles is married and lives in Northville, N. Y. Where he is
employed in a glove factory. He teaches a Sunday School class.
Edna I. Kunkle is serving as a missionary in China under the Oriental
Missionary Society. Besides doing Secretarial Work she is teaching
an English Bible Class in the Bible Institute at Peiping.
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MOTTO: "War the Good Warfare."
Philip Doyle is married and is residing in Lock Haven, Pa., Where he is
employed as a clerk. For some time Brother Doyle pastored the
Pilgrim Church at Beech Creek.
Rev. Elwood Heisler is attending the Albright College School of
Theology, Reading, Pa. He is also the successful pastor of two
Russell Kleppinger is an ambitious student at the Eastern Nazarene
College. Besides taking college Work he is kept busy singing, testi-
fying and playing his trumpet.
Grace Noble is living at home in Cleveland, Ohio.
Helen Reed has bee'n teaching the first grade at Christ's Home, War-
minster, Pa., for the past year. Sister Reed has completed Work
at the Missionary Training Institute, Nyack, N. Y.
MOTTO: '4Guard Thy Trustf'
Rev. George Failing is engaged in pastoral work at Mt. Airy, N. C.
Although this is a new church it is gaining ground under his minis-
try and promises great things.
Ida Betsker is at her home at Middleburgh, Pa. She is humbly serving
Valeria Broadhead is keeping herself busy with church work in her
home town, Bingen, Pa.
Edward Broadhead is married and lives at Bingen, Pa.
Rev. Lawrence Fry, since his marriage lives in Ohio. He is doing evan-
gelistic Work under the United Brethren Church.
Rev. Russell Gunsalus married Miss Martha Dyer who was formerly a
teacher of the Bible Institute. They are serving as pastors of the
Pilgrim Holiness Church, Newport News, Va.
Hazel Noble is busily engaged as a worker in the Bethany orphanage,
Rachel Schoff is working in Allentown, Pa. She is proving herself to be
an example of the grace of God.
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MOTTO: "By Way of the Cross."
Eva Broadwater is living at home in Millville, N. J. Sister Broadwater
is continuing to follow Christ "By" the Way of the Cross."
Rev. Robert Hertzog is the new pastor of the Pilgrim Church at Middle-
Margaret Kapigian is serving her Alma Mater as secretary to the Presi-
dent. As a member of the Beulah Trio her voice is frequently
heard in Gospel singing.
T. Bernadine Kinney is entering upon her second year of training at
the Jefferson Medical College Hospital in Philadelphia. She is pre-
paring to serve Christ as a medical missionary.
Arthur Kleppinger is graduating from the Theological Department of
the Allentown Bible Institute this year. Reports are that Arthur
may attend college next year.
Rev. J. Edgar Martin and Wife fMildred Brownb are living at Penns
Grove, N. J. Brother Martin is beginning his third year as pastor
of the Wesleyan Methodist 'Church at Carneyws Point, N. J. He is
also Secretary of the Middle Atlantic Conference of the Wesleyan
Rev. R. Gordon McNaughton spent some time pastoring a church in
Ohio. He is married and at present is living in New Jersey, keeping
himself busy preaching and doing Y. M. C. A. Work.
Stanley Orton is living at home in Brushton, N. Y.
Flora R. Sharpe is engaged in evangelistic Work, preaching and singing
the old gospel story. Sister Sharpe is a member of the Well known
Mrs. Arthur Peters CMary Smithj resides at West Chester, Pa. She is a
member of the Beulah Trio.
Cynthia Tomlinson is Working at Merchantville, N. J. Her steady life
is a blessing to those With Whom she comes in contact.
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MOTTO: "Crusaders for the Master."
William C. Allshouse and Wife CMarcella Wickershamj are members of
the Bible Institute faculty. Brother Allshouse is Dean of Men:
Sister Allshouse is Director of Music.
Rev. Edward Crosser is pastoring the Pilgrim Church at Greensburg,
Pa. As a Crusader for Christ he is proving himself faithful.
Rev. Leonard Drury is having good success as pastor of the Pilgrim
Church in Cherryville, Pa. He was married recently to Miss Beatrice
Anderson of Elizabeth, Pa.
Beatrice Flexon is living with her parents in Bethlehem, Pa. She is
continuing her education by taking a business course.
Mark Matter lives at Millersburg, Pa.
Institute. During the past summer she was engaged in missionary
Work in the south.
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Stella Royal is pursuing High School 'Studies at the Allentown Bible
PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
REV. R. 0. MUSSERE - - - Pastor
WHERE THE s'r1vn1+:N'1's UF A. E. 1. FEEL AT HOME
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF1955
PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
R-EV. LEONARD DRURY - - Pastor
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PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
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