American Chrsitian College - Torchbearer Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

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I s i I People from all over the continent . and across the seas are united through our S21ViO1',S love. sf i "siege, Sharing all the emotions of life, we enjoy . . . P . ...H --,fn .l-, Ly. 32-n-'I .hm I .A ' il' - singing together, studying together, praying together just being together. H1 .g le -' Ji- , , A Q. i x f ' - if ' -, 'hr As children of God living in this , great country . . in ,ei Q? wr 4071 '-35 N V "Wil 8 f 41 nA AN N We are free to learn from one another. J , fin, -'PAS 'Wa F""N+-Q ' 251-.,,,.,4' 4 3 'xryws Ax ,geek MX 0n the very Sp8C13l oceaslons everyone enjoyed events full of . -Ia...-f"""s-ai""i', ..n..-1 - 5- 1a 'ci' ' gsuf K -. NYM - 'kd-Tix! vs 1 Y- Q A ,- "'- e A 2 xi, V , I all ' Hifi K, jg" if 5 ' "1 T V :U ICQ, A Y 1 ,. 1 .4315 - , J!"-"" .1 , 1' ,gy 1 la. 1. , ,fu ,A Y , W .n..L:., 5.1, V ,- - ,Q A Q, " J '- As - Ar, F", W' wr ,s,.4f 4 'Kr ,as fs I - ' r w College life provides an enriching experience for all who desire to grow . . . 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X N Ne, 'TFP A I V Table Of Contents Theme or Features . . . 1 Dedicationfu ...... . . 18 Academics . . . . . 20 Organizations . . . . 44 Student Life .... . . 64 Athletics . . . . . 94 Graduates A. . . . . 118 Underclassmen . . . . 124 Advertisers ..... . . 138 Student Directory .... 142 Autographs ..... . . 150 I Dedication E WL Dr. George Small American Christian College proudly and sincerely dedicates the 1975-76 "One Nation Under God" issue of the Torchbearer to a man who is known and loved by all, Dr. George D. Small. Retiring after six years of faithful service to the college, Dr. Small's absence will surely leave a void in the administration. Dr. Small not only taught classes in psychology but used his knowledge and understanding of the human mind to help students in need and encourage fellow workers. He was rarely found in his office alone, for students and faculty members sought him out with problems, official business, or just someone to visit with. It is to Dr. Small that A.C.C. owes a note of appreciation for the many hours he spent in getting our college ready to meet North Central Accreditation standards. Dedicating his personal life to his lovely wife, Catherine, to books-his livelihood, to "Ironside"-his enjoyment, and to American Christian College and its people, Dr. Small retires as a man of great respect and dignity. We thank Dr. Small for giving of himself so freely, and especially for being a friend to all. God bless you, Dr. Small. What else can we say, but "Ho Ho Ho!" Academics tg? , 1-.I ' ,. Hear, and receive my sayingsg and the years of thy life shall be many. I have taught thee in the Way of wisdomg I have led thee in right paths. When thou shall not stumble. Take fast hold of instructiong let her not gog keep herg for she is thy life. 4 fix.. V4.1 J, I 5, 'I , -,,..,vf Dr. David A. Noebel The many faces of p our President I i . 4 g Psalms I Not many colleges can claim as their presi- dent a man such as David Noebel. Giving totally of himself to keep A.C.C. alive, he still found time to pitch for the student softball games, cheer the sports' teams to victory, speak in chapel, teach, enjoy time with his family, and .L strengthen others in the Lord. r. and Mrs. Wil- iams, Mrs. cCracken, Dr. and rs. Small, Dr. and rs. Noebel at the residentfs reception. "l'm not too sure about that, Van." A.C.C. proudly stands behind it's very capable administra- tion. From managing the money, to keeping students' records up to date, to getting reports ready for accreditation, Drs. Small, Williams and Van Horn are an asset to the college. Our dministrators George D. Small Academic Vice President David V. Williams Registrar Vernon Van Horn Business Manager Not pictured: Regents W. O. Mayfield and S. K. Yie ' " ' . " :eff-51---g.,.l w Herb Hamlin, Regent American Christial Board O Board O Regent Robert Lee Shotts Regent Wade Googe T. W: Switzer, Regent QV F 'YXX - ,F N wfffff N N , .mwilgl-L 5 -Q' I Z .. .,.. 5 1 v' ' ,I ' H 'L' , T4 .x Ffx Y, '. 5- -an Y fx f S19-A mi-- I 1 ..aqA ,ff U vsgagfacal 5. X - -5.34 , ,,-wi L- Q N. .gg ' A N , YJ., ,, 'F r r. W: 7 , 65" -'A me X X "Be careful what you do, there's a daddy up above looking down in tender love . . ." " om And Dad" Dedicated To The Cause ' , W ug Q -Hr. 1 - ' V E Ubf -I -:uv ...mli' 26 The Combs': Jim, Shirley, Kemper, Tania, Cindy Jim Combs On furlough from the mission field of Brazil, Mr. and Mrs. Combs came to ACC to fill the role of Director of Student Activities. From in- specting dorms, to issuing late passes, to consoling broken hearts, and nursing the flu epidemic they kept on the run, but they always had time to be everywhere with everyone and spread their love to all in their large campus family. Shirley Combs Bee-boppin' Mama? Mrs. Tiffany, Mr. and Mrs. Burton, A.C.C.'s chief cooks, display their culinary talents to the delight of a hungry campus. J, ng.:- With student help, QL to RD Duane Vaughn, Linda Crider, David Wong, Jerry Voie, Rik and Tiff., the kitchen was kept in tip top shape. Not pic- tured are, Ron Miller, Steve Chow, Cathy Williams, David Cloud, Cindy Barker, and Elaine Heitman. "Dinner anyone?" asks asst. cook Rik Crider. 0 Deana Johnsom really gets involved in her work! 1 ' I J? Ulf.. f A it Elf U . l Y, rf A 1 ga , A , -.lable--""aa.-' ' - --. ,, Jim Shumar, "Shoe" could be found cleaning the office buildings long into the night. College Staff Chuck and Buel, "guarding and fixing" were their jobs. ,.'I . t 1 ew 4f9.f'f 73- g , TT -, 5 il! f S' The Library staff: KL-RJ Maryls Gemmer, Miss Madox, Head Librarian, Shirley Powers, Asst. Librarian, Naomi Serwanga, and Tony Jeffrey. ' FZ'- X Joe Cunningham, ACC's own Public Relations man keeps busy spreading news to all parts of the U.S. Q w Terry Linsteadt, Chairman of Development Dept. was always on the go. ore 0 CC's Helpful Staff The Development Dept. wofked hard but always kept a smile. L to R: Marilyn Kemper, Betty DeShazer, Rudy Dixon. CNot pictured: Lori Stubenvoll, student clerk.J , "X, v- f , , I. , , 1 I 1 , Q I X., Always willing to help were Marion Potter, Accountant, Ocaleta Johnson, Acct. clerk, and Phyllis Sprading, Acct. payable Rena Buck Secretary to Vice Julian Williams President, works with a smile. Conservative Studies Secretary Ruth Bennett did a good job keeping Presi- d e n t N o e b e I "Being a secretary is so much fun!" says Ruth Bennett, Kathy Bowie, Martha organized. McCracken, Linda MaHaffey, and Lodelle Young fSec. to the Registrarj. .Ei K. ,Q H 4 Qu! 'JP N.. , is'- I L Clute Jensen, George Underwood, Economics Accounting Ted Coover, Dept. Head Mr. Jensen proudly sponsored Tony, Brian, Elaine, and Cindy at a week-end Free Enterprise Seminar in Oklahoma City. Vernon Vanllorn, Business xx. tg.. Y X S35 i "Hmm., these banquets just tickle the tum- my!11 I didn't do it! I promise I'm innocent! Mr. and Mrs. Underwood take a break from the accounting book's to visit with Jim Unruh at the President's Reception. Business Dept. i . T 1 . 1 ts.31f Roger Hebard Alma Neighlwl' David Noebel Gertrude Wasserzug Dept. Head ' ' Biblical Studies "The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the Word of God shall stand 9 forever." Isaiah 40:8. 2' Always ready to help, Dr. Hebard works with David Cloud. l . f"" ""Q T"'s .nv With joy in her heart, Mrs. Neighbor speaks from the Word. Frau. Dr. Wasserxug visits with Tony at the 30 Homecoming Banquet. Bill Belan Dept. Head l w V v, - . v ,fir ' ., 1 'E' 1 u Y i Martha McCracken Piano Not pictured: Harriet Howell Voice Kaye Ross expresses herself on the piano And There Was Music . . . -1- Kaye Ross Music 1 , w , J 1 ll 'J L!! I -Ki Q HQ wg A. ll , 44. ,- 1.-lI,l..-, athematies WR Department Barney Ryan Dept. Head, Math D Amen! If you can't teach 'um entertain 'um . . . Righ Barney"' William Surge Physical Science T Physical nd Life Sciences fir 1 r With great accuracy, Dr. Sorge prepares for his chemistry class. Dr. Sorge looks on to ensure no blow-up in the lab! Mary Kay Rose Life Science "First you take the slide and you hold it like this," carefully explains Mrs. Rose. 33 Teaching us to talk good .1 , 1 1 ' C F JA.. , pq 'V 1 4 ,,:.,, Ns- ,pu 4 A.. 'Qs . Os' I H ' N English . . . Peek-a-boo J ' I Us-Q., In 'l gl 'I -,EI '. 4 F Y A rl' ul .1 e if - J - - .. Dale Carnagey proudly poses with Shirley, Bonnie, and Dan after a successful Mary Clay Williams Dept. Head, English 'YT E, vii performance of Romeo 8: Juliet. Dale Cal-magey English 'Oh Boy! A Box of Tide." P P Sister Mary and Heir Heit gaze at the world map as they prepare to teach A.C.C. students to appreciate other cultures. Mary Murrihy English, Spanish, and French Foreign Language . . . David Moncrief Communications Karl Heit German Hold it! It's picture time for the Ger- man class. . . . Communications Heir Heit strolls the dark halls of A.C.C. To start with, you put your tongue like this demonstrates Dave Moncrief. 36 w IQ ,l 1 David V. Williams Professional Ed., Fine Arts, Humanities Ruth Taylor George Small Psychology Psychology Education nd Dr. and Mrs. Small visit with Mr. Combs at the September pool party. Psychology Dealing with all sorts of people is what life is all about and these three dedicated teachers taught ACC students how to handle this task. Dr. Taylor displays a class pro- ject with enjoyment. ". . . and she thinks she's going to pass with an answer like ' that?" .lg 'Q fi 1 Negial King George Hauser Physical Ed. Athletic Director "No, now really . . ." "Oh, coach, you're so funny." Physica Education Department Francis King Larry Friese Physical Ed. Assistant to Coach Q. v-3 Coaches King and Hauser . . . , 7, , ACC's Super Men 37 U' '1 , .122 li fi' Hg' I ri -wr fy ' 1--A-wa Am li aili ng 1" 'H " ' , gig U-, ..4..4-J i 'M iid'-'SQL Q 5 film? '79 LEW! - 4 j'f1'- 'U' if. fwi 1,4 1--.HV l .Hr y 1 g lwfvglzg' V ' .- ,gg i ,s A "i 1 4, .Y ' V- Rai"-'lf 'Sf -541,1 ., , -'fe fl--5 ' H f A as N 1 X J' X Q EZ" Dr. and Mrs. Holland seem Smile, Dr. Hernandez! to be having fun at the pool 1 V party. 1 Jose Hernandez James Unruh Political Sci. Poli. Sci. Political Science ki nd Histor wb a "7 - 4 fm .Qt .illllligl Mr. Unruh explains to Mr. Underwood just how things are in the Dr. and Mrs. Hernandez with ACC's own bit of History, Herb political world. Mrs. Unruh listens with enjoyment. Hamlin. 1 .. fn ,lwr ' I-fl P ... My ld ,' f J " . X I-1. H Q! l 4 -, V .5 I r ' Albert Holland Wayne Lutton "Don't Wayne, that tickles!" Wayne Lutton 38 History Dept. Head banquet with his fiance Julie. fx Dedicated Friends. Martha and Linda 7 v I I H J r 9x .l fl 4 dl 3 'N J. U N Ted Coover Miss Maddox Dave Moncrief vw? :V 1 ? 2 fffif . - .I - ' ldff Tony Jeffrey and Jim Combs Tiff 39 T' Tony Jeffrey Bible -r Y Who's Who merican Colleges i 2 Janet Bartel Music Education David Nebergall Bible Cindy Barker Psychology V-sf, L 5 Charles Friend Bible w 1 L p ,, ,.., F 'N ig, K v ' I f-I . V ww J v 4 Elaine Rymer A Wi Bible Not pictured: Sheryl Ezell Business I Bob Stears Political Science Kevin Wyatt Agriculture la r LA. Norma Wall Music 41 P" resident s Honor Roll PoLay Cheng Janet Chow Shirley Combs William Crider Wesley Dunbar Bonnie Hogan Tony Jeffrey Fall Semester Eleanor Jordan Carl Kibler David Nebergall Elaine Rymer Anita Simpson Dane Tyner I Pictured are 4 of the President's list, L to R: David Nebergall, Shirley Combs, Elaine Rymer, and Tony Jeffrey. A member of this list must have a 4.0 G.P.A. for the Semester. ,Sz Pictured above are L to R: David Cloud, Steve Chow, Charles Friend, Richard Pierre, Loy Jepsen, Evelyn Gotchell, Coni Dreyer, Duane Vaughn, Deana Johnson, Jerry Voie, Elaine Heitman, Cindy Barker, Norma Wall, Nancy Peebles, and Margo Ball. These people have made a 3.25-3.99 GPA for the fall semester 1975. Anthony Adigwe Douglas Angel Margo Ball Cindy Barker Janet Bartel Dianne Basham Stephen Chow David Cloud Robert Cofield Brenda Crider Scott Diehl Charlotte Douglas Coni Dreyer Gene Edens Norma Emmons Sheryl Ezell Evelyn Gottschall Diane Griffin Darrel Gudeman Herbert Hale Donald Hansen Elaine Heitman Steve Holleman Doug Hopkins Loy J epsen Deana Johnson Gerda Krediet Mo Mei Kwok Linda Larson John Litterell Jody Marchman Anna Maxey Mary Maynard Brent McConnell Danny Parris Dean's List ' Fall Semester Nancy Peebles Richard Pierre Cathy Prickett Donald Reeder James Reynolds Jay Shows Lannis Smith Sylvia Smith Leonard Vaughn Gerald Voie Norma Wall Wendy Walters Kevin Wyatt Reconstruction The Kitchen crew uprising led by Deana QOnionsJ Johnson. I, i Squatters? In every government, some issues manage to outlive all others. Here are just a few that the Stu- dent Government of American Christian College are still trying to forget. 5, Dough-ma-crazy Q-"" Would you believe a Marxist Minstrel Forced labor I +11 pn! if 1 ' 'Q 'jV?i5Tfi5 i V. ' " ' ' It A N ' ,, ' hymn! L""-" .. ,, , QA E., . ,mx ., ,f n ?X ' lx I- 2, 'T ' h Q V . . rlqngaxf! -1 , ' X f Q ,xx I ,M e. --f ,gxfigtrl f ' wx ' ' 15? ', . M "" 1' swf-4' Zan-eww U- 'l -rg, -,X " I ' -x its 7 Q'-' , of ' , Racial violence Apathy K 7 ,N as-V ...,.i , G , Student Government 1976 It was quite a year for ACC's Student Council! If my people, who are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and 'seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven, and forgive their sin, and will heal their land. II Chronicles 7:14 Cindy Barker n Student Body President ,ff Tony Jeffrey, Vice President Lynne Rymer, Secretary QFalD . .. , , , Not Pictured: , i I 5- 1 r' - A rfrw-aw h 6 'R an Bob Stears, President QFallJ F"E5!l'H"":s.i5fl if Kevin Wyatt, President iFalD Eddie Leaf Treasurer iSpringD Elaine Rymer, Secretary Executive Council . L to R: Tony Jeffrey, Elaine Rymer, Coni Dreyer, Bill Crider, Ci d Barker, Ken Willers. Not pictured: Eddie Leaf, Jerry Voie. 47 Student Body Chaplains Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, unto which thou art also called and hast professed a good profession before many .witnesses. I Timothy 6:12 Jqrw Jay Shows Doug Angel If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. I John 1:9 fi: Marilyn Haynes, Jim Lawson Brent Lee Chief Justice Exif J fidl' -ff- M 76 OSU 76, a spiritual leadership conference held at Oklahoma State University on March 25-27, proved to be an enriching experience for four A.C.C. students. Charles Friend, Cindy Barker, Jerome Willm, and Brenda Crider commented that it "wasn't just another conference" but was more of a spiritual revival with dynamic speakers such as Charles Coleson, of Watergate. TBC As a form of reaching out to the Tulsa Churches, A.C.C. students were often found in various nurseries keeping children so their parents could at- tend church. Right: Elaine Heitman kept the children at Tulsa Bible Church happy. "With good will doing service to the Lord." Ephesians 6:7 Spiritual Activities - Keep A.C.C. Alive. -V 15 ,rg 54, W ' :f r u, :Qs l f' if? fu , TQ uni: f s r , -- 24? .L 7 , 'if'-'Till '. s ful - Y asf sf-. P 2-Q f'."1'1f'4 CS-:J 'l5!if:'Tf:f'f, . -S. I ,-,Zim Y, 1 Iv Engn g? Q v-if-'fi L - ' 1, .. 11 -- ' A I , . , . . 7'-,T- elxyxs Q. fl ,SQL lib. L-'gh' , H . ,X f 'j ,i-3,55 A ' 5,- A-I. - I ' ,firm Mjfgbx 5, 5.1 31- gl l .. - ,., X Y1.::l. :fga . it xr Jace!! - - , - .f - 4.1.4 ' ' 'fl-"?5Z3-v 'C ii! 1 5.1 .Lgl:l5'?'-i'liA l Yu '- 'FF A .. ..,A..f--vw "ff HIQHJ- .. .. f' Q 1 Xl f 1 E . A -f V I Z! , + f " ' 'xl 'l 1 . of .. , A I 1 I Q F . , ls' dffiix .x Take me to the nursing . Y . -ff-l J 5,-1"'J5.-'ff MT, W' home! Wes ,QQ Timoth Club to preach. X 'Mo 'gfafl iffy' ,.-- V-- i1',':' as-2 Q' 4 Y 1-g The Timothy Club, with Jay Shows as presi- dent, visited nursing homes and organized a Gospel Team as a form of reaching out for the college and witness for the Lord Jesus. pf .N . .,1, l: , I, Y ,, g - ' W" V. I"-' -.f -' -4 A 'Ls L , V V Richard Pierre charmed the elderly and inspired the con- gregations with his voice. Charles Yoxmgkin was a big asset to the Gospel Team. L W" f A Q - ' l y",jvf-fjj, 1:11 " lil 'L P 1 , -Lg xng,l' F xl Eli .f1.'-Fl"Lii1-':rl2'1i1 'Ii J gl N1'.n,55',-- w . 1 -UA .' " - A2 ZW, -'U-i ,I -' -V f--1.1-.. sl: V " A l V : Vai 'i , I ' r , , , . , 1 '- f , Lf 1 .1 1 l 1 4 gg? Phil Schuler's son-in-law challenges the students during spiritu al Emphasis Week. '44 'R 'QE ...Libs Sharing their wisdom for the benefit of all, Frau. Dr. and Mrs. Neighbor led Bible studies each Wednesday night. Spiritual Emphasis Week, Dec. 7-10 51 6-?,,,,.f.iY f ,,,.,,.,.Y,,. -,., ,H , Senator Frank Keating addresses students Mrs. Leach . . . Always a delight ACC Chapels 1975-76 Dan Hale and Bonnie Hogan do scenes from Shakespeare. Students in I S . , the spotlight "Eat your heart out Joe Nameth!" Students watch with interest N Two groups from Charles Page High School join ACC's chapel hour. OIG 11'00 f' c Follles ,ar vii A Lou .gm-,gr ' Mark protests chapel?! Elaine tickles the ivories 'A F, ,I H1- 19 6 hapels End -I I M W Not in chapel, Jerry! Acuvue aw'-'--'v'. PF? ampaign speeches ended the year as the tudents decided who they would elect to erve them in Student Government next ear. Right: Sam Larson, the new presi- ent, expresses his views. y -A iw .x... 56 .9' 5 'ir' lf' ,s ,- 111351 -A , 1 x tp' U as I - ' ..L'K 420: Practice makes perfect. Madrigal Singers Soprano Margo Ball Susan Christian Evelyn Gottschall Elaine Rymer Norma Wall Cathy Williams Tenor David Cloud Charles Friend Dan Hale Russ Johnson Alto Janet Bartel Brenda Crider Coni Dreyer Elaine Heitman Bonnie Hogan Lynne Rymer Bass Tony Jeffrey Sam Larsen Kevin Wyatt , 1 4 je 'i' 111 Adding an aesthetic touch to the Christmas Banquet Mr. Bill Belan Presents 'Phe Madrigals ' Articulate! , ,L It w-ire, -v-w- -fu-1'-. ,, nn-45.5.-.4-.454 ".,. -.4 FA S'nging p etty 0 J - Madrigals express themselves denise we Ka .. "' G 1 ' M no MI, w ' 3' K . , 'V ff A 'wir W, V' s WQQQQEJWQL - .n v Q 1,-.gt +'e.sg'iL' x Cindy Barker Elaine Heitman Martha McCracken Co-Editor Co-Editor Faculty Advisor "What, the deadline was yesterday?" "You didn't lose those pictures, did you?" "How's it coming, staff' Annual Staff 4 q Steve Chow Photographer "Smile, Jim!" n ,.,x its 1 fr 1?-V Brent McConnell and Mike Campbell, Sports Editors "Being the Sports Editor is so much fun!" if Jim Lawson Photographer "Smile, Steve!" "Kr-+I Jerry Voie Advertising "Wanna buy an ad?" Loy Jepsen Classes "Are you sure Jerome's a freshman?" Sam Larson Staff "It's a really good book!" ,'. A, 1- sw s .. 2 ,, vi"""' -:.: ' f i . - L to R: Sam, Elaine, Brenda and Cindy work diligently to meet the final deadline The Summit gf., lf The summer place to be place to learn . . place to grow . . place to play ball ith ACC's most mous pitcher qhlfiilf 2 mfr, A place to relax Where dining is a delight '45 v , . .. '11, -1 Dedication . . . George D. Small Library American Christian College Friday, May 7, 1976 May 7, 1976 - A Big Day For Many Wim Malgo . . . Warren Hultgren . . . Julian Williams . . Rose Martin . . . Receive Honorary Doctorates. Rev. Hultgren, Commencement Speaker A Time 0f Graduation XJ THE PEOPLE mooNAl' x x '? I' ,li-,Q ff: ef, ,--4 'xfblp ,' .A .' Ti' . . 1" -.1 x Y . gf -.: ' wg f , . - , I-., , M. f A 5, ,F N, ff. X-A Qffw-,4 0 'gp-. , fl. l a a. an 5 , Q Student Life F' , W N ,pl,TiqfQQg, h - cl ' t 1 ri.. Eu S. , N.. Ooh' A cockroach! 'tx , -. 1 is S V 'J I., -fflzl, 1 If A.1gge.51T" 'nx '53, No Parkmg Look what I bought! Student life is just one aspect of college living. The ACC campus pro- vides a place where students can be themselves. 65 He was only helping me study . . . Dorm Life . . . Just Being Gurselves 0 J '2Q.G,fo '3 D-.-17.8 '.c1 3911 xjifk-on W , Us cowboys got class! Fugley'5 gang, We re cool ux.. Q I ,gt s mvn ul AN N" 11111151 :AN 4011111 nm Mmm The Three Stooges?! U tl' Q' ,Bw . 501. inda, a member of the nut dorm. """""""' l w-7. - Letters from home to brighten a day. t Don't just sit thereg get me out of this thing! Oh no! Not company now! Fix it good, Jay! 68 u "-FQQE. ' 5 1 ,Q X ,alia Gpening Year Part As the school year began we all had a gathering in the pool area with a special dinner and then a singing group from O.R.U. to entertain us. Old .acquaintences were renewed and new ones were started. The year had officially begun. ll .J ...-. M ,f 'I K-51 They call this food? in 5 S L L . i W, K - . 4 Q iw ll r 4 if ' . '43 W. ' '.. N A'-M. wwf Q .,f'!Jf How dare you! Oo, what a note! Up, up and away. Up to mischief, Brenda? I L ML m,a,L. Ax. Time out! It can't be that bad, guys. G 7 fi """" N' n, I .li "" I told you not to take my picture while I was eating. Bonnie is sure enjoying the weekly prayer meeting. Friends are for keeps. Hey, don't knock it till you've tried it. iffy HN' :L 'WS 333. ' EW Yr Noebel has a talk with the guys. ml Look up America. Q. 9 President s Reception As all years start out, we had a special evening to meet our president and faculty that would guide us through the coming year. Each one was on their best behavior to leave a good impression on that special teacher or friend. ? 11 1, ' vw. af ,, ., Practice makes perfect. 5 M. 'nl -.I . 1 M, , - A- 1M-X jvpqrkw . S ' '-f --"ma -9 - ,.. ,,' -1 --... y 11:3 y,,, .J 9 ...MN ' ' ' ' " ' ':0g.u-1.a,.' -1. A. Boy chapel sure IS excltmg today '- "f , V 1, ' ' P'-1iKr.-ut. u. A W Va , - Q Chow Mein anyone? Missing something girls? xx 'VR Munch a bunch for lunch bunch E wg , " yn., -, W- . .., I. ,,-L,.I.i ,M A... .. U, , Hey! nr' 42 J 'u'I 'I 1, not if Which door? Decisions, decisions. Serenadin' ,...f""!- Duane, I wouldn't if I were you. w Tighten up 5 5 Elaine. You're very Hun". Halloween Party October 31 always plays a big part in the many ac- tivities of A.C.C. Relay races, jack-o-lantern contests, scary movies, and last but not least refreshments keeps everyone in motion through the party. Afterwards, who knows what happens. 5152. 5,11 ,wa W! 1 'V' A -v",' 4 jf T ,fi . .' 1' .-mg 1, ' . if u',l.- If --f-ag...-. F5 2 I I , ,gh . " ,.,.,, 'A 9r,.l-45.4, ' 3, ii Q . ' Q - F 15' 4 F .4 X .SJ fix 7 E n I w- J' 1 1 - . 3 A H :Ei ' ' x"1fW"?' O . fE'i":' ' '- - ' ' .4b,.., . .,,I. r.. I -- - J' V' ami' ' "K Q' X5 , ' Q' I.-1 " ,.-2 ,JAQ-.2 1. ' ,. ,, ,k:9.1mu, Y A ' I.:-, wr 1' J' w E211-,. f p -192,1 "'f- Us, x Z",- ' wx-Qpllv -. sl ,327 ff. fs V-M s. , - rr ff ff? , we . f , 1 , 'v x ' , ' ' .Jas 4 -. 1 52? ' . - M ' S I Sq 1 Lx' ' 1, vt E 4- 1: ' , L55 ,X-.X :T iv: T tl i 'Q Li. No. 1 Chief Leaf Tania keeps the school clean. Curlers in your hair . . . shame on you. What are you studying, Brad? 76 Sing a song to Norma, Gator . 4. I'm so cute. Thanksgiving Banquet As the fall semester rolls on, Thanksgiving comes upon us. Everyone enjoys the turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce and the rest of the trimmings. i Ne, ,X 'KW 1 1 H - , . . . if "S X 0 , - 1' 'A any ,l I' again! I R.. Our turn next' Nancy and David Nebergall L-A-D-I . . . oops! I'm the greatest! How dare you take our picture. Lord, please fix my tire. s Scott, let's skip .x X a 4 'L' X Q, ,, in--I 'l Trimming the tree. r I -Q. 1 1, S L 5 1 if, W ff,-, 'HA Amid the rush and excite- ment of finals week and the soon ending semester, the students take a break from studying and enjoy the Christ- mas Banquet. fl H, ijlw The pause that refreshes. Smile, you're on candid camera. ln... M Camera shy? "Lord, vee sank zee . . . fm. .1 x- 5 'A -N Sw Vx 2 41 KUFJ -1 .wen 4 1 Penny for your thoughts ,,,-wh ,. A , . Don't just stand there, do some- thing! VI! sa ,, A P bn-' .f.,f' ' Y z - N 1 12 81 xxx, ' '-. NL ' ,ff Duane found a friend. The radio gang. il 7.2 Kathy, the salesgirl Lovely Linda -12.27- If looks could kill The social elite. rv-y Homecoming 19 6 Candidates and Escorts Freshmen Margo Ball and Larry Friese Nancy Peebles and David Nebergall Cathy Prickett and Dan St. Clair Sophomores Coni Dreyer and Dave Balezentis Deana Johnson and Brian Hackett Bonnie Whithorn and Ron Miller Juniors Cindy Barker and Jay Shows Marlys Gemmer and Wes Dunbar Norma Wall and Ken Willers Seniors Janet Bartel and Bill Crider Shirley Combs and Jim Combs Elaine Rymer and Charles Youngkin +4 ' 'I I ' ' iii- A" i'P.4-ph' M . 0 -f , Freshman Maiden Margo Ball M-is ff ' ' ,fl J Junior Maiden Norma Wall Sophomore Maiden Bonnie Whithorn 0-V' Senior Maiden Janet Bartel 1 ', ,- W -llsgsis rt. Homecoming Queen Elaine Rymer 1 f, n. ' 4. A az- Y: ' 1 x L n 1 . fi- Homecoming Week Festivities 4-ff' Our M.C. Students Ah, y "- 4- .,z. , X f '54 W , Y., 5, El?-"V x t does L.Q. stand for, Mary? We understand, Cal. Early to bed, early t ' lst Day Awards X ff? . - "Oh, say can you see . . ." .L ,, V , ,ns Tony and his tuba. n... l 7.5,-A--in ?v - - Display Talent A.C.C. Top Bananas F-1. Vi-a-duck, Tim? 1' K I T5-' JM. 87 Ladies Tea Fifties' Day Mr. ACC Barton Rhea H The Banquet X "Jesus 9 y Heart s Song" .,, 'T '1- Ris QW V 'W i fi-'mm Z , .1 .I ,.,: Q 1 5. G "God Gave the Song" Annette Green climaxed the banquet with her music Guitar pickin Charlie i 89 Bicentennial Week Celebration Senior- Sophomore Car Wash Get to work Charles Good job, To y Freshman Slave Sale You're not s ll ng me Most sought fter I .1- Red, White, and blue dinner Z- Only one serving, Mark. f Students enjoying the meal. Doug, it isn't that bad. Wes Martin entertaining us on his guitar. , Have a dessert. It's on the house. V we it xg, Anyone for a game of tennis? Ooo, ooo, ooo!! ul ' The Three Musketeers 92 L , Ill: Like my wig? Debbie enjoys a sunny afternoon Spring And Awards Banquet "-" " 'N x . Q I5 " . ,nin- - 1 L 5 i 'I 5 I "1 L ,.,ly -M 41.1.3 . A .. , J J As the school year comes to a close, we all get together for the last time to honor all those who have achieved goals during the year. DAX l' In -me , 4? ' X- vw. f' , 'f"?s3. ffZ.l,27 Vw ' ' 35 OW' 4- ,M 'ifiyg -umm 15? ' 'W 'rm .G.: :,. M, ef -K.. 'W r Aww .-:-::a.:5sf.si9', ' " I .... f .x We .pw , '.i1f.., . , -f www Aka-.V M 'ff Wai? fi-N' 'hh .. Athletics Q hm- EW--.. fi qqv I- '- B . ,,,,. f. - fx. Sl l ' , , 5F11 . "Senior" Reggie Walters. 1, .L H -- W- ex, 'H-Q- e ' .eg X wi I fl' Al I Dave B if '.' J' alezentis puts one up .74 ln- 1 -I 1'1"'? I,, r-- f- hx 1 3 f' I I I Skip Hurley 4' . i,g.,:,v, , 1 , 'A pw: . , V M - h N N 1 .nw , f ,ir ' 'J h Ja? ' Q ' 'L 1 1 Q - Q - . Dave Balezentis guards his man closely. H.- '- W-in 2 -U B3 . H545 Dribbling, John Henry breaks the press. John Kusleika tries hard to block this shot. 1 .L J ' G Ke. w. ,4,,,i4--'..P- John Henry seems to be on the short end of this shot. Q XF.:- X-A .iv iii" 4' , 'B' - Dooley gets off last second shot before the half. s " SW .Agni ,A , I " 'Oo Y Skip Hurley shows his great jumping ability on this tip. I . NX A.C.C. fans look on. Greg Simms displays his shooting form. 'Q- The Crusaders seem to nw ,v J 1 3 ' J s 44,.fif J, Y ' ,J I Q ,I 1 . A E.. 'ifffi Charles Mathias wonders where everyone went. an sa?'fifieeL . , . 3- Doug Guard and Coach Hauser look on at the action. 5, , " 'vvg pub' -9- U Y A.C.C. band provides entertainment as well as spirit. -or -QM fm. . .1,.: J .'-, '37 , '-gg t' 'Z 1- , , W' 5 4 - 'P -., is -- X ..,, -. al . , . ' -A Q: .f fe, gl 2, , A6 I ,-,, . 5 ,W ,M . i. .u f' ,sl Basketball Statistics ,ml Players Reb. FT-FTA s Balezentis 45 18-36 156 Dooley 124 , 55-76 253 Walters 252 40-65 320 Hurley 187 57- 106 363 Simms 110 41-48 199 Henry .38 23-38 237 Mathies 50 ,W 7-15 55 Meir 140 11-22 209 Kusleika 19 1 8-11 52 Slunner 77 32-55 120 if .1 fl W , 3 1 :il W' I. , 4-..-.., 'Q 'K -gm s A rf, I ,Nt w I N if . if A.C.C. students watch the final seconds in- I l :fw 1 .4 Dooley makes it look easy Get that jump D P 'Y I ,1 , , f je' . ,qv- ' - Q' ' . Y-fx ,. 'K' Li, ' , 'vm -' "W if X-,,l1,-,' 1 K A' aifi A ' 1-Aslfiff?-if Norma, Coni, and Kathy show school spirit during halftime. I " 1 Linda gets worried when Crusaders fall behind. Q .lu-n .5 - lr' Y .il-l Al l 1 it 11' P' '42 .. E' f I lf E' MFETJ' 4 N V . Kathy seems relieved as Crusaders gain berth to nationals. You can always expect to see Herb there. 4 f 4 A a. f' X .-fig. ,QT fir. 1 91 . ,yi 4.9 , , 1.54 J. f 1 fl I 3 . 1 ' 'nf Nf Ax' mi- 1 Y 8 1 N 515' A A ' ffl' 1 ik: ' I r X K , f W x4 . ' J .4 :.,, J! 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I' i Y 1 4 V X. ,,,., ,V LFC. ..- :..f,,:l'.. . , filib' ? 555, V4 - .--if 5' :K . 11- J, A, ,,.-231. .. ---mm., 1:3 L- v 'fw- fr , QQ D rj . 1 4 A - H iff," H ,Z-,m.,f,..1 1 S QQ 4 1.1 ,fy -fe? ww TCWQ. fsd4m'd5Er 1 ,X 5, , W"'l'T ,fl '44 .L , . fa Ha ff .W ffl in V wq ,, V' vi,-53 N 1 , rrfdjlih fran :gm ug gr 57 gp,-1K5 Ei vi, 1 WE i ,. -qw. -an EST' Sfissirfg 1 wi.,-5 ax' .I 1 ffl '.L.,.:w1 f Y- -, , , L"'?, ' - fr' f i , f ' -, ,f 'jj' - fr 5" 4 2 , a 5' ' ,lv L77 -- ,qv V - , ' 1 Aw 1 w F: T 'iigigfm , ,PI ,. E 5 15 Q 2252. ' W" xt 1i' LH"f j" ' E Q W fl A I . Fig Q4 p 1 52' i "1 H Lf-"1" L Qin ' x w , P Baseball , -- ,Bing Bottom row: L to R: Mike Campbell, Brent McConnell, Randy Top row: Robert Mason, Carroll Godwin, Denny Doss, Paul Curt- Bernard, Larry Turner, Coach King. Middle row: Eddie Leaf, Ken tright, Dave Roherson,Matt Barner,Gene Edens, Darius Copley, Willers, Mike Boyd, Barton Rhea, Dan St. Clair, Steve Holleman. Mike Brooks. Crusaders r L Seniors . . . i 0 Wins 27 Losses Steve Holleman, Robert Mason, Paul Curttright, Mike Boyd, Dave Roberson, Eddie Leaf, Gene Edens, Mike Brooks Coach King It all started in September. A Fall season to help prepare for thebig one in the Spring. Hours were spent inside the gym in the preseasong sweat and sore arms. Hitting a baseballf-?isn't easy at 80 m.p.h. Finally, the season is upon us and you have to forget all the achesand pains. It allrstarted in the warm state of Texas. Our Texas teammates didn't tell us that some Texans were bush? The victories came but so did a few losses. The victories we savor include the two over Tulsa U., one over Oklahoma State, second place finish in the Joplin Tournament, and one over Arkansas University. Not bad achievements for a school with an enrollment under two-hundred. The memories and friendships weimade will stay with us. The last game was the saddest. For a few of us it would be our last, for some, the realization that they would play next year in the uniforms of this year's oppositiong but to all of us we were proud to leave winners.. Nicknames Matt Barner-Bert fno brainsj Randy Bernard-R.B. Mike Boyd-Catfish Mike Campbell-Soup Mike Brooks-Buckwheat Darius Copley-Darlus Paul Curttright-Cook Gene Edens-Maytag Carroll Godwin-Link Steve Holleman-Hawk Eddie Leaf-Fig Newton Brent McConnell-Mac Barton Rhea-Koolray Dave Roberson-Robo Danny St. Clair-Rookie Larry Turner-Flamingo Kenny Willers-Rat Coach King-Pancho fwfr .- . ' DTT! - - if- W A . wi ' ' A -- L'-1-. 5 1 , . 5- v. , .V w or ' ', 1- ' rg "1r I I I 1, nu ILL, -' I " ' .JQ11 N 4 ' 1 1 L . "f-'I' 'Bill - -L Af' Larry Turner looks for someone to listen to him. Brent McConnell stands in against Tulsa U. Statistics III! SI3 Bernard 0 4 Boyd. 1 2 Campbell 2 11 Copley 3 18 Curttright 0 1 Edens 12 7 Godwin 1 1 Holleman 5 1 hdcConneH 0 21 Rhea 0 14 Itoberson 2 39 'Turner 4 3 Willers 0 2 Dave Roberson gets a lead that enabled him to steal 114 bases in two years for the Crusaders. RBI Batting Average 0 .000 20 .265 13 .316 23 .262 6 .209 41 .395 11 .271 29 .304 17 .272 5 .166 15 .257 23 .282 1 .333 Gene Edens awaits his turn at bat ga , ,-W I 4 I . P 53 Jl QQ! 4. Q W: -57535 5,99 . 1' -FEA' 2.9194 '3"':'Sf'.': 'O 4' 7 tjffk, :zen ' V- 'aw . 4:f3'4f 7 if . ,Wm J .1 rc! -1' ,V 'wg - -g.... . . .. T' ,, .1., 1 l' .wg SW ,QC V, f JG w. 'I 'Q H1-Ll. ' V -.5 J' , ..a-, 5, 1.11 -:ILT I-. .1 'mt ,,.1-li.-.. X ,.1 35.61. .. ,, fix- , U "" .pil Ls H , .. .f LY 'J' t2+nmM.'. I Ii' . Ji 1 " , , F Paul Curttright takes time out to pose for this picture. x I ,, Hwy! . .h . l , .i Y . , ,,., HL ,4. - Brent McConnell is trying to outguess the pitcher. Gene Edens is ready to uncoil his powerful swing. ,. . V 1 . 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Vice Pres. Bill Crider . . . , . . . . President Charles Friend . . . . . Senator Janet Bartel Michael B rooks Po-Lay Cheng I Shirley Combs Bill Crider , Ii' '-+ , . Iw 'Y - . 'J ,W , wgwmm .1 I A ,L I I kv, . 41, new 1 " "Amazing grace!" sings Charles Friend as he contemplates his graduation. Paul Curtright Dewayne Dooley A I fi Wesley Dunbar Picture not available Roy Emmons Marilyn Haynes 5 "Yeah! We're finally graduating!" I ii 1 1 Sheryl Ezell ,NA ff 41?--N 'IL .., ,, ' X vii? we Harold Hobbs ,,,,,,,... Charles Friend Bonnie Hogan Steve Holleman P 5 . , . I'-vp ' f QI' ' , A W 'xy fin? 1 , '... .:Lr:imLi:a.2..,Q-is '-5-A.-5 Debra Houtchens fi-5-. .ni ,,, ev Gerda Krediet gi - hi, A ,. , . J l 4 ,, f. rn 'HH' ., .HIM " v 1 U2 , 'AK Rx "Dad, Mom . . . Help! I'm Graduating!" "ff" e-he as-li .,,,4' - ' .,- Tony Jeffrey Carl Komanapalli 1 V r Mo-Mei Kwok Jim Lawson Jody Marchman Jim Reynolds Naomi Serwanga . 1' wl44I ii in ,. 'xgy ff: A arf? Wfigfffiln ifjel zii15..u21. - :QA Surrinder Masih Elaine Rymer "' ' " " """Ci'?I .4 ?9 H Reggie Walters David Nebergall David Scshmidt James Wilber 111 111 ,,111111 ww rQ1y11'IZ.11 11:1 1 1 ,,,,, 111 1Cf1111w 1151112-1 1111111"1LV 1111111111 ' 1 111 1,1 1 I yfwwv' ' '1f1W1Wf1.111' W111W "11fP"'W W M115'q1'fV122ML1!'WJMZWWHWXG ' 11 V211 " 'WQ11111gw'!!L,!L1 ' 1w11"W 1 11 11 V911 11 1 -1111111111'Z11'1I-11 12111 11ZS211IZZ' ' 1111v1ff1ff 11f"11wffW11 I M1mWMvMf7Ww11 WQMWMMTVM5YM:L55' Underclassmen Junior Class Gfficers F - 1 fx lv Norma Wall ..... Secretary Ken Willers ..... President Loy Jepsen ..... Treasurer I 'N N. E 2 l 'win X' :P uv w ' ' w David Balezentis Cindy Barker Mike Campb ll P David Cloud Teresa Dickens Charlotte Douglas v w ,I , L: 1 , Q x Tim Duskin Gene Edens Doug Gard 1112? 1 E . Marlys Gemmer Shirley l-Ieneger Anita I-loutchens .L Danny Lewis Loy Jepsen Ellie Jordan Brent Lee Linda Mahaffey Robert Mason '-r Brent McConnell Nabil Nofal Priscilla Poulos Rob Richardson Bob Stears Lori Stubenvoll Leslie Thornton Nicey Tohdihkoontz Norma Wall Sue Wheeler Ken Willers Jill Wise P' Sophomore Class Gffieers Elaine Heitman . . . Treasurer Coni Dreyer ...... President Randy Bernard ..... Senator D g Angel Randy Bernard K Ch 1 w w V w I ,I - ,X Xl Janet Chow Darius Copley Denny Doss Q I ma! Gordan Dress Coni Dreyer Luella England T.: A l . il - ' 1 "3 4 1 . an Q he 'A 1:1 . A u T, .,.xz ' "x 1, A X' 1.4.3, ' - , ' w , 'fa' ' 'f . 5- .., ,. i :L 'QQ' , -Q iv' 'A '14 ' ' :L Evelyn Gottschall Darrel Gudeman Donald Hansen da frail --., Randy Hayes Elaine Heitman Judi I-Iickling Q - -- -- 1-- 'vi,'7xL 5, Y . l Li' Y 5 ff? im 1 5' ,w5ii'm'z11 , - , 5,593 ,i I, It . I. Q I, . 5 3 ,pg,,.,.l1vfi' F A W -' J . ? q3J,,i QA A, I E ff ,, Qu. nv no f Deana Johnson Sam Larsen Linda Larson W'- E I I Mitch Lenard Bonnie McCoy Maria McDonald Ron Miller 1 April Patterson Janet Reed Debbie Morr Dan Parris Patty Payton Terry Powell Mark Revell Lynne R-ymel' Tim Sheets Jay Shows f 1 W I i i v f n 1 f Y Carlos Torres Vo 12 mi' 5, 1 J ff 3:7 E Kevin Wyatt ,- Anita Simpson Wendy Walters Bonnie Whithorn Studying?! I Freshman Class Officers M N f l rw ' 5 Jerry Voie . . . .President 7'-Ai . - 1:. ' W viii? ,, ,mm -..,., - .. .4.- Nancy Peebles.Vice. Pres Cathy Williams. Secretar Brenda Crider. . Treasure Jerome Willm. . . Senato 3:51 Ytzzrx Brad Ball Matt Barner W . - X , -'J Dianne Basham Kathy Bowie Susan Christian Buller Stephen Chow Brenda Crider Scott Diehl . ,Ur- if' -1- A., " , 1" V ' -' . X k.,,':Fi'A W "W Dianne Griffin John Griffin Linda Hughs Crider 21 1,- Z w .Sli- Grace Iyoho Mary Jo Maynard . 1 Richard Pierre Russ Johnson w Anna Maxey Martin Ping wk! John Kusleika Nancy Peebles Cathy Prickett Picture not available Barton Rhea Kenneth Tam Sien Koon Ting I K w Duane Vaughn Jerry Voie Cathy Williams KQ iii? Jerome Willm David Wong Charles Youngkin E On a world globe American Chris- tian College is approximately one-one- hundredth of an inch from our state capitol of Oklahoma City and is about as . small as the dot over the "i" in City. Even though we remain somewhat un- recognized by the bulk of the world's geographic talent there are some merchants, businessmen, and just or- dinary people around here who think We're alright after all. The Torchbearer would like to show the school's apprecia- l ' ' tion for these people by mentioning them in our advertising section. We were sur- prised when all those mentioned this year insisted on contributing to our nobel prize - winning annual . . . but we do, hereby, humbly thank you. . . . To Our Sponsors Dr. and Mrs. Roger Hebard 21st Street Laundromat E. 21st Street Christian Book Shop Walter S. Larsen III - The Paper Plate Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Heitman Ayerow Christian Projects, Inc. G-S Pharmacy Daggett s 'Omwzt -I-IUMA. MOTEL 5 TULSA. OKLA, 5220 EAST 11th ST Doug and Rhoda Mrs. James Barker "Best wishes on your 1975-1976 Torchbearer. Keep up the good work." "God bless you, LOU WILSON American Christian College." San Bernardino In loving memory of California Daddy, Alice, and Rick "May God's best go with you Wherever you go. Congratulations Class of 1976!" In appreciation of UNIVERSITY VILLAGE, !9 "May we be of service D 8z S RELIGIOUS BOOK STORE 5990-D E. 31st 627-9642 May our Lord Jesus guide and direct each graduating senior and may He richly bless the rest of you. Congratulations! MRS. LILIAN VAN NORT FRANCISCO I-I. BOLTON Lutz, Florida A very special note of thanks to someone who helped get us started on this book . . . without whom we would have had a pictureless annual! Thank-you, B. L. HUMPHREYS Ylllli 1,1 .l- QW EULA, HZ75Q.JrVi9fv' N Congratulations, From THE VOIE FAMILY With compliments of . . . THE BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH .San Bernardino, California Dr. John E. Janbaz, Pastor A friendly church with the Gospel message. The 1975-1976 "One Nation Under God" Torchbearer was published by Walsworth Publishing, Co. Marceline, Missouri under the direction of Mr. Bob Welch Regional Sales Manager A ACHENBACH, JUNE 1630 S. Columbia Ave. Tulsa, Ok. ADIGWE, ANTHONY RR Nigerian Railways Eleute-Metta Lagos Nigeria ANGEL, DOUG 7096 Hillsboro St. San Diego, Calif. ANGELL, WANDA 118'Af Cleveland Sand Springs, Ok. B BALEZENTIS, DAVID 3899 Eliza St. West Mifflin, Pa. BALL, BRANDON Rt. 2 Box 218D Pass Christian, Miss. BALL, MARGO Rt. 2 Box 218D Pass Christian, Miss. BARKER, CINDY 5402 N. Bonnie St. San Bernardino, Calif. BARNER, MATI' Rt. 5 Box 498A Springfield, Mo. BARTEL, JANET Rt. 2 Box 111 Hillsboro, Ks. BASHAM, DIANNE 7015 Victoria Highlawn, Calif. Student Director BEATTY, YOLONDA 1211 S. 107 E. Ave. Tulsa, Ok. BECK, ROBERTA GAIL Rt. 2 Box 124 Catoosa, Ok. BERNARD, RANDY 2321 McKinley Davenport, Iowa BICKEL, LOYD Rt. 3 BOX 378 Broken Arrow, Ok. BOWIE, KATHIE Bow Cottage Bradford, NH BOYD, DAVID 301 W. 17th Owasso, Ok. BRAZEAL, DANNY 125 S. Main Owasso, Ok. BROOKS, MIKE 2517 Ridgecrest Drive Garland, Tx. BROWN, A. D. 5765 E. 30th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. BROWN, JASPER 6320 E. 32nd Apt. y?G Tulsa, Ok. BROWN, SOPHIA 5765 E. 30th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. BULLER, SUSAN CHRISTIAN 3917-B E. 28th St. Tulsa, Ok. BULLER, WAYNE 3917-B E. 28th St. Tulsa, Ok. C CAMPBELL, MIKE 10759 E. Admiral Pl. Lot 307 Tulsa, Ok. CANDLER, MARIE 1631 N. Elwood Tulsa, Ok. CHIU, MEI KUEN QKAREND 704, Block 4, 7th Floor Aberdeen, Hong Kong CHOW, JANET 17 Vivan Court Mt. Kellet Rd. Hong Kong CHOW, STEPHEN 17 Vivan Court Mt. Kellet Rd. Hong Kong CHRISTOPHER, MARK 5329 S. Sandusky Tulsa, Ok. CLOUD, DAVID 1503 Bobolink Drive Washington, Ill. COEFIELD, EDA QCOOKIEJ 5909 E. 24th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. COEFIELD, ROBERT BEN 5909 E. 24th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. COPLEY, DARIUS 309 S. 43rd W. Ave. Sand Springs, Ok. CRIDER, BRENDA 1320 W. Sealy Alvin, Tx. CRIDER, WILLIAM 1320 Sealy I Alvin, Tx. CURTTRIGHT, PAUL 444 Elmdale Ottumwa, Iowa D DALE, ETTA JEAN 4548 S. Gary Tulsa, Ok. DOOLEY, DEWAYNE 3237 Oleanda Ave. Louisville, Kentucky DOSS, DENNY 1025 Connor Joplin, Mo. DOUGLAS, CHARLOTTE 744 Cardinal D Colo. Springs, Colo. DRESS, GORDON 6717 Warrington Drive North Olmstead, Ohio DREW, ROGER 2604 E. 5th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. DREYER, CONI 158 N. Drive Sidney, Montana DUNBAR, WESLEY P. O. 5271 Mohave Valley, Ariz. DUNN, MARAGREE 1161 N. Osage Drive Tulsa, Ok. DUSKIN, TIMOTHY 1007 Mountfort Court S. W. Vienna, Va. E EDENS, BUSTER EUGENE 1556 S. 67th E. Ave. Tulsa, Ok. ELZO, LARRY 2312 S. Evanston Tulsa, Ok. EMMONS, CYNTHIA 16827 E. lst Tulsa, Ok. EMMONS, NORMA 1310 S. Urbana Tulsa, Ok. EMMONS, ROY 1310 S. Urbana Tulsa, Ok. ENGLAND, LUELLA 4813 E. 25th St. Tulsa, Ok. EVANS, DEBORAH 1811 N. Cheyenne Tulsa, Ok. EVANS, BARBARA Rt. 4 Indian Meadows Tahlequah, Ok. F FAHR, STEPHEN 2615 E. 8th St. Tulsa, Ok. FISCHER, JOYCE 208 E. 117th St. Jenks, Ok. FRIEND, CHARLES 1802 Rankin Drive Independence, Mo. G GARD, DOUG R.R. 1 Box 222C Bargersville, In. GARVIE, VERNON 3722 W. 43rd Tulsa, Ok. GAWTHROP, CAROL 5753 E. 31st Tulsa, Ok. GEMMER, MARLYS Rt. 1 Box 123 Sutton, Nebr. GODWIN, CARROLL 5300 Matador Amarillo, Tx. GOES, EDWARD 6805 S. Lewis Tulsa, Ok. GOLL, MARTIN Monticello Apts. Apt. 106 2637 E. 51st Wichita, Ks. GOODEN, EDWARD 407 S. Ridgeview Drive Claremore, Ok. GOTSCHALL, EVELYN Hoot Hollow Rd. Highland, Wis. GREYBUFFALO, LEON 1909 W. Vandalia Broken Arrow, Ok. GRIFFIN, DIANNE Box 462 Bixby, Ok. GRIFFIN, JOHN Box 462 Bixby, Ok. GRIFFIN, STERELLA 308W E. Lee Apt. 1 Sapulpa, Ok. GUARD, ROBERT 1740 S. Pine Broken Arrow, Ok. GUDEMAN, DARREL R.R. 4 Winamac, Ind. GULEW, STAR 22 Bullock Ave. Barrington, R.I. H HACKETT, BRIAN 36 Adeline Pl. Valley Stream, NY HALE, DEAN 710 N. Atlanta Owasso, Ok. HANSEN, DONALD 300 N. Wortman Ave Claremore, Ok. HARRELL, GREG 1741 S. College P.O. Box 1664 Tulsa, Ok. HAYES, RANDY 1507 E. 91st St. Tulsa, Ok. HAYNES, MARILYN 11015 Modesto Drive St. Ann, Mo. HEBARD, VIVIAN 3408 Sapulpa Rd. Sand Springs, Ok. HEITMAN, ELAINE R.R. 1 Norton, Ks. HENAGER, SHIRLEY 1509 E. Freeport Broken Arrow, Ok. HENRY, JOHN CBUCKJ 2570 N.W. 156th Miama, Florida HICKLING, JUDY 2834 S. 66th Ave. Tulsa, Ok. HIGGINS, JOHN 3531 10th Ave. Council Bluffs, Iowa HODGES, CINDI 2005 Mt. Werner Lane Colo. Springs, Colo. HOGAN, BONNIE 7749 F.M.R. 1957 San Antonio, Tx. HOLLEMAN, STEVEN 806 Westmoreland Dallas, Tx. HOUTCHENS, ANITA 602 Solano Drive Colo. Springs, Colo. HOUTCHENS, DEBRA 602 Solano Drive Colo. Springs, Colo. HOWELL, GREGORY 1516 E. 59th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. HOWELL, HARRIET 1516 E. 59th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. HUGHES, LINDA R.R. 2 Box 37A Highland, Wis. HURLEY, FREDDIE KSKIPJ 6320 E. 32nd St. Apt. 1 Tulsa, Ok. I IYOHO, GRACE 7629 E. 21st St. Tulsa, Ok. J JAMES, JESSE 2126 Scott St. Bossier City, Louisiana JEFFREY, TONY 303 E. 1st St. Fairmont, Minn. JEPSEN, LOY Rt. 1 Shelton, Nebr. JOHNSON, CHARLES RAY 626 S. Sheridan St. Tulsa, Ok. JOHNSON, DEANA 324 E. 45 Pl. Tulsa, Ok. JOHNSON, DOUG Rt. 1 Box 645 Broken Arrow, Ok. JOHNSON, MIKE 1920 Olive W. Springfield, Mo. JORDAN, ELEANOR QELLIEJ 2230 S. Gary Ave. Tulsa, Ok. K KAP-TAE, KIM 119 Moon Chang Dong Tae Jon, Korea KIBLER, CARL 11655 Lexie Lane Colo. Springs, Colo. KOMANAPALLI, CARL 4811 E. 34th Apt. 19 Tulsa, Ok. KREDIET, GERDA 6140 S. Lewis Tulsa, Ok. KUSLEIKA, JOHN CGATERD 1027 Lincoln Ave. Duquesne, Pa. KWOK, MO-MEI 1304 Hibiscus House MaTau Wai Estate Hong Kong L LARSEN, SAMUEL Arias Way Hot Springs Villa Hot Springs, Ark. LARSON, LINDA 504 Arthur St. Hopkins, Minn. LAWSON, JAMES 8434 E. 24th St. Apt. 190 Tulsa, Ok. LEAF, EDDIE 723 W. Oklahoma St. Vinita, Ok. LEE, BRENT 418 Grant Crookston, Minn. LENARD, PAULA QMITCHD Rt. 4 Box 2300 Monroe, La. LEWIS, DANNY Cytress College 9200 Valley View Cytress, Calif. LITTERELL, JOHN 836 N. 77th E. Ave. Tulsa, Ok. LONG, GERALD 105 E. 13th Pl. Claremore, Ok. LUTTNER, RONALD 103 S. Xanthus Tulsa, Ok. M MAHAFFEY, LINDA 5539 E. 47th Pl. 94228 Tulsa, Ok. MALONE, KENNETH 117 Dogwood St. Vienna, Vir. MARCHMAN, JOSEPH CJODYl Rt. 1 Flovilla, Georgia MARKETIC, NADINE Rt. 1 Box 682 Sapulpa, Ok. MASON, ROBERT 3129 B.S. 98th Ave. Tulsa, Ok. MATHIES, CHARLES QREDJ 3314 Algonquin Pkwy. Louisville, Kentucky MASIH, SURRINDER 4811 E. 34th Apt. 19 Tulsa, Ok. MAYNARD, MARY JO P.O. Box 306 Catoosa, Ok. MAXEY, ANNA Apt. 284 La Vista Greenville, SC McCONNELL, BRENT 3824 S. 82 E. Ave. Tulsa, Ok. MCCOY, BONNIE 245 Kaye Drive Pickerington, Ohio McDONALD, MARIA Rt. 2 Box 22 Coweta, Ok. McELROY, KYLE Rt. 1 Box 38 Bixby, Ok. McGUIRE, RANAE 5612 C.S. Peoria Pl. Tulsa, Ok. McSPADDEN, RANDY 915 W. Main Jenks, Ok. MEIER, CALVIN Rt. 2 Elba Heights Columbus, Wis. MILLER, RONALD 2818 N. Greenfield Phoenix, Ariz. MILTON, LARDRAKES 1811 N. Cheyenne Tulsa, Ok. MISENHELTER, RICHARD 16456 E. 1st Pl. Tulsa, Ok. MONDAY, JIMMY 1712 Elm Wood Drive Coffeyville, Ks. MORR, DEBBIE 1479 Los Padres Ct. Chesterfield, Mo. N NEBERGALL, DAVID 2219 N. 34th St. Lawton, Ok. NOFAL, NABIL 125 Christian Quarter Jerusalem QOld City! Israel NUMAN, MOSES 3505 S. Jamestown Tulsa, Ok. P PARKER, DONALD 2615 E. 8th Tulsa, Ok. PARKER, ELIZABETH 2615 E. Sth Tulsa, Ok. PARRIS, DANNY Rt. 2 Inola, Ok. PAYTON, PATTY CXO Jeannie Setzer 9613 Rolling Rock No. 117W Dallas, Tx. PEEBLES, NANCY P.O. Box 5861 St. Louis, Mo. PETERS, EUGENE 2709 E. Indianola Broken Arrow, Ok. PHILLIPS, LARRY 153 S. 9th Jenks, Ok. PHILLIPS, PAMELA 153 S. 9th Jenks, Ok. PIERRE, RICHARD Orange Grove Nat. Co. Orange Groves Es. Tacarigva, Trinidad, WI PING, MARTIN 646 S. Sunset Claremore, Ok. POULOS, PRISCILLA 4429 Windsor Dallas, Tx. PRICKETT, CATHY Rt. 4 Box 151 Stillwater, Ok. R REED, JANET Box 15 Portis, Ks. REEDER, DONALD 7127 E. 5th St. Tulsa, Ok. REVELL, MARK 519 London Square Tulsa, Ok. REYNOLDS, JAMES 3653 E. 69th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. RHEA, BARTON Rt. 2 Box 251A Willard, Mo. RICHARDSON, ROB 1424 Querida St. Colo. Springs, Colo. RIDEOUT, DALE 7457 E. 49 Apt. 18 Tulsa, Ok. RIDGEWAY, MATT Rd. 2 Box 246 Wytheville, Va. ROBERSON, DAVID 6521 E. 38 7625 Grand Ave. S. Bloominton, Minn. ROBINSON, JOY Rt. 3 Marysville, Ohio ROLEN, SUSAN 3616 E. 2nd 9914 Tulsa, Ok. RYMER, ELAINE 5480 Argyle Way Riverside, Calif. RYMER, LYNNE 5480 Argyle Way Riverside, Calif. S SCHMIDT, DAVID P.O. Box 5929 Kowloon, Hong Kong SERWANGA, NAOMI P.O. Box 3097 Kampala, Uganda, E.A. SHEETS, TIMOTHY 2616 A Sheridan Rd. Ap Tulsa, Ok. SHOWS, JAY Cf: Downtown Inn Motel Jackson, Alabama SIMMS, GREGORY 715 Preston Louisville, Kentucky SIMS, PATRICK 3903, Apt. 4 E. 51st Berkley Square Tulsa, Ok. t.1 SMITH, LANNIS 7347 E. Marshall St. Tulsa, Ok. SMITH, SYLVIA 6221 E. 38th Apt. 6237B Tulsa, Ok. StCLAIR, DANIEL 510 E. 6th Newton, Ks. STEARS, ROBERT 6823 S. Lewis, Apt. 46 Tulsa, Ok. STUBENVOLL, LORI CXO Clarence Guthart 1206 N. Grand Ave. Charles City, Iowa SUMNER, STEVEN 2906 S. 115 E. Ave. Tulsa, Ok. SWINNEY, BARBARA 7750 S. Evanston Tulsa, Ok. T TAM, KENNETH 46A Kadoorie Ave. 3 Floor Kowloon, Hong Kong THORNTON, LESLIE 2513 N. Xanthus Pl. Tulsa, Ok. TIDWELL, CLAYTON 18542 E. lst St. Tulsa, Ok. TILLMAN, WILLIAM B. 6980 Tobin Rd. Colo. Springs, Colo. TING, CAROL 5624 S. Quincy Pl. Tulsa, Ok. TING, SIEN KOON 5624 S. Quincy Pl. Tulsa, Ok. TOHDIHKOONTZ, NICEY Box 505 Ft. Defiance, Ariz. TREAT, WILLARD R.R. 1943 Broken Arrow, Ok. TORRES, CARLOS 5518 Nueva Extrenadua Santiago, Chile TRIMIAR, SAMUEL 5914 N. Frankfort Ave. Tulsa, Ok. TURNER, LARRY 1405 N. Birch, Apt. 628 Owasso, Ok. TYNER, N. DANE 6236 E. 36th St. Apt. B Tulsa, Ok. U UDOH, JOSEPH 5618 Florence Rd. Omaha, Nebr. V VAUGHN, DUANE 6818 Blair Kansas City, Mo. VOIE, GERALD Box 216 Iola, Wis. W WALL, NORMA JEAN Rt. 13 Box 480 Olympia, Wa. WALTERS, REGGIE 4135 W. 10th Ave. Gary, Ind. WALTERS, WENDY 4321 E. 35 Tulsa, Ok. WATERS, JAMES 10436 E. 42nd Pl. Tulsa, Ok. WHEELER, SUE R.R. 3 Milford, Ill. WHITHORN, BONNIE 1214 E. 4th Hutchinson, Ks. WILBER, JAMES 2909 Brattlebord Des Moines, Iowa WILLERS, KENNETH 1710 N. Howell Davenport, Iowa WILLIAMS, CATHLEEN R.R. 1 Box 128 Smithton, Mo. WILLIAMS, WILLE Rt. 1 Box 296 Fairburn, Georgia WILLM, JEROME 12729 E. 23rd Tulsa, Ok. WILSON, RUDY 2022 E. Xyler Tulsa, Ok. WINKERT, LELA 1724 S. Gary Pl. Tulsa, Ok. WISE, JILL 1216 Banfill Circle Minneapolis, Minn. WONG, DAVID Flat 218 First Floor 47 Kam Hong St. N. Point, Hong Kong WOOD, DEBBIE 1322 S. Terrace Drive WYATT, KEVIN R.R. 1 Winamac, Ind. Y YOUNGKIN, CHARLES 4317 M. Mingo Rd. Tulsa, Ok. Facult 8z Staff Directory Tulsa, Ok. B BELAN, BILL 4740 S. Boston Tulsa, Ok. C CARNAGEY, DALE H. 2549 S. Harvard Pl. Tulsa, Ok. COMBS, JAMES Kc SHIRLEY CXO Free Will Baptist Foreign Missions Box 1088 Nashville, Tenn. COOVER, T. W. 3467 S. Gary Ave. Tulsa, Ok. H HAUSER, GEORGE 11015 E. 37th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. HEBARD, ROGER D. 3408 Sapulpa Rd. Sand Springs, Ok. HERNANDEZ, DR. JOSE Ma. 2602 S. Sheridan Apt. 6 Tulsa, Ok. HOLLAND, A. J. 409 E. "E" Jenks, Ok. HOWELL, HARRIET 3718 S. Toledo Tulsa, Ok. J JENSEN, CLUTE 2509 S. Columbia Pl Tulsa, Ok. K KING, FRAN 11011 E. 37th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. KING, NEGIAL 11011 E. 37th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. L LUTTON, WAYNE C. 2440 E. 36th Pl. P.O. Box 525-74 Tulsa, Ok. M MADDOX, EUGENIA 2906 E. 26th Pl. Tulsa, Ok. McCRACKEN, MARTHA 5539 E. 47th Pl. 6228 Tulsa, Ok. MONCRIEF, DAVID 1365 Riverside Drive Tulsa, Ok. MURRIHY, MARY CXO St. Patrick's Convent 202 E. 4th St. Sand Springs, Ok. N NEIGHBOUR, R. E. 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