Apostolic Bible Institute - Way Yearbook (St Paul, MN)

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I i I T I THE W Y Pllblislwfl by IIN' Svniur Class of II14' A POS TOLIC BIBLE INSTITUTE 464 Pivrvv Street Sain! Paul, .Uinnvsota 0 Il! . Y "Doth tho plowmun plow all clay to sow ? Doth he open and break the clods of his ground? . . . For his Coll cloth instruct him to discretion, and doth teach himf, Isaiah 24, 26. Two FURHUURD 1 T DEIlllIA'l'lUN Ulf' lo those tizzitlilul iiieiiilvers ol Klitlvvzxv illztlw- eriiaele, one of the finest L'OI1x!I'C'A!2lllO!1S iii the Xorthvvest. Who love the Lord vvith :ill their heart. Who serve Him to the lvest ol' their ztluil- itv. Who love to pray aiitl vvorship Ciod. Who love the old-tiasliioiietl religion. Who love truth and holiness. THE W1-XY llilio uuseliislily tlirexy open the doors ol their Church to liouse the ,XPOSTOLIC lil- l3Ll'f lNSTl'l'L"lil'l in its infancy. 'lilieii' uu- syyerying devotion and loyal cooperation trzms- foriued Z1 vision into Z1 tangible reality. Only eternity will reyeal tlie iuestimalvle yalue ol' their sacrifice to Peiiteeost. Six Y -5 . bf " T i "" T i vi i 1 ifi.:.1l':-'11':-521125551-Ziii: A 5 I' ' ' v Qi is ,,,., , 53 K' r ' "-'-1 3 , W ' Q p ' MM I: V ,..., x x V If , ' K A ,., P -. ' ""ee - I K M wat., ,.,, 0.27. gt g- A ik'- ,-4: .V .,,. V, , , ' i w!! , .,,...., ,,, A , ,IAQZA i ,. , . MIDWAY TABERNACLE For thirty years hlidway Tabernacle in St. Paul has resounded with prayer and praise in Jesus? Name. For all these years the Tabernacle has stood as a' symbol of the battle of right against wrong. Due to the blessing of the Lord and the progressive leader- ship of Rev. S. G. Norris, the congregation has found it necessary to relocate in more spacious quarters. The Xlidxyay Tabernacle building will now be devoted entirely to the interests of the Apostolic Bible Institute. This arrangement signalizes a great forward move in the future of the Apostolic Bible Institute. GLORIA DEI 711116 1111111111 ol' ,l1111e. 1950, will lllZlI'1i ll great step forward for 1116 .Xpostolic 1-ililll i11 St. Paul. I11 111111 111o11t11. t11e COI1gI'CgEiI1OI1 ol Klidwuy i112llUCIAIl2lC1C will begin l1olt1i11g their services ir1 their new c11111'cl1 11o111e f Cilorizt Uei 1JlltllC1'1lI1 Lllllllfll. This 111o1'e opens 11121111 new oi1port1111ities for t11e spread ol t11e Alesus' Name 1111-ssztgc i11 an entirely IICXY l1Clglll3OI'l1OOLl. 111116 l7Cl1l1ll1.llllj' decorated new Cl1llI'C1l will seat 600 persons while t11e l52lSClllCIll has 211111710 space lor Sllllklllf' Scl1oo1 activities. The exterior is corriposetl of red bricla. Wye thank God for "l1it11erto 11atl1 t11e l.orcl helped usf, Sfvm "In the morning sow thy svwl mul in lhv evening withhold not thinv hnmlf, -Ef'0IOSif1Sf0S 1156. Efgglzt HUIHIHISTRHTIUH . . 1 ,I I. .. , 1. . . I. -- , . .I-I .. .Af . ' ,,.-- ',,,. If J1,..-N - 1 J 5' .I4 , -- .,:.x lxI,," -II'-1,.,-I.-gg.-,.-. -1-4, J I I .pI Q'-q-.9L,g-S'24"5 dg . 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If . .IW-1'j 7- -I I 1 J ' 1 , f 1' N-YAHIQ1 X M 1 .wifi-, 'v:31lw'kT.MsiLf ,L.?'...1-lf,1if.1 -1. 1.vr.'!'.'im51l:Iv1-'sf'-1r4f-A'4'-7' 'Lv'--J Aim .--A 1.15. - ' Nine KEYSTONE EDUCATION V W The keystone is the stone at the topmost point of an arch which holds the whole structure in place. lhe endeavour of the faculty of the .'X.l3.l. is to equip the student with religious education of the key- stone type which will enable him to test the validity of theories and doctrines which arise as we near the coming of the Lord. Other than this, our efforts are directed toward supplying information which will ht the student for the particular religious held which he has chosen. livhen this school was founded in 1937 it was milled affcl' U0 Ofllcl' lllsflfllflofl- WC hllmbll' sought Cod for guidance and for the best methods for teaching our young people. We have always desired that the pupil might some day become the teacher and have held back none of our cherished time-tested secrets from the student in order that he might be fully equipped. Our method today is the same solid "middle of lllC l'03Lll' PVOCCSS HS ill 1937, With. of COUFSC- 2lLllllti011S which only experience can give, AX Hy-gt year student starts in the Old Testament class with Genesis and is led step by step into the tabernacle plan and on. in sequence. until he finally arrives at the Book of Daniel. He is llOt allowed to skip about from one book to another but surely and firm- ly he lays a foundation so that he knows where he is and feels at home in the foundational books of the Bible. To further such keystone training the second year students specialize in twelve books, the Xlinor Prophets. .Xmos lives again as he did in the days of .leroboam the Second. YVhen these books are mastered the student is ready for the Gospels. 'l'hen the student is ready for .Xcts and the lfpistles. .Xt the end of such a course the student realizes the advantage of this manner of study. Each course in the .X.ll.l. lays its studies on such a foundation. Such a method gives the student a feeling of security and helps him keep his balance in this topsy-turvy religious world of today. Our purpose in htting the student in such a manner is because the adversary has tried to divide the Pentecostal ranks into three groups. One path leads down the cold formal way of denomina- tionalism, using beaten paths for beaten men. Such leadership has always robbed Gods people ol spiritual life and blessings for no one can relegate the l.ord -lesus Christ to a corner and still enjoy His presence. This program is surely not the Pentecost we read about in the Book of .Xcts but is a modern day substitute for the power of Cod. Yve must not forget that .lesus said. 'ffpon this rock lwill build my CHllRC'H" fthe called-out onesl. not. f'l'pon this rock I will build a synagoguef' Pentecost will always be different. .Xnother path. which is the opposite of cold formality. is the wild-fire path. where extreme demon- strations and fleshly mechanics in the name of religion are substituted for the real presence of God. This desperate condition of trying to force the l.ord to bless or manifest Himself has led to several harmful and false doctrines during the past few years and months. -lust as the advocate of cold formalism cannot relegate the l.ord to a corner. neither can the extremist force the Lord our God to move at His every whim and fancy. 'l'he world is looking for something real. a salvation that is of the keystone variety. something that will stand lllf' Simms of life' .'X.li.l. is far from perfection but we are trying with all the honesty within our hearts to keep in the center of the road where divine favor lies. We lVCllCVC OUT' Cmlfc Pentecostal movement needs young men and women to be rooted and Q1'OUHCled in the fundamentals of Christian Education so that they can take their place as one of the keystones as a pastor, evangelist. missionary, Sunday School teacher or lay worker. To this cause do We pledge ourselves. YVe solicit your prayers and financial aid for this great work. S. G, Norris. 671 Devout Men and Women . RFV. S. G. NORRIS The shepherd of the church and schoolg he watches over all That nothing take one of the Flock or one perchance should fall lnto the depths of sin or strife and on that Day not hear The Voice of Christ, the Bridegrooin, call in accents loud and clear. He feeds and comforts. guides and cheers the Flock to walk with God, JXnd points the Highway out to all, - the path the Saviour trod. No thought of self, hut of the Flock, that they will watch and pray, And often in the messages, the Flock will hear him say, "Lift up your souls, helieve in Cod, and nothing shall arrest Your wall: with God and entering in unto the Haven of the Blestf' Elzvcn Apt to Teach . Patiently . Trwlw .XII HRS, S, CI, NORRIS 111 1r'1014i11g' 1116 11'11r11e 11'01'1d l1X'k'I'. 1-111 Sl1I'L' 11111 1112111 111111111 Hnd. i ,X teacher with 111c11'e 11I1L1L'1'SILll1k11I1Q'. - 5111111111110 Qracioiis, and kind. e 11:15 given 11e1' 1110 1H:1e14 111 5108115 XX1141 i11 111141111 l'CL1CC1HCL1 11e1' 1110111 5111. 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IILTYCF perish. day ThifZK!K F ouftzzn They Instructed Us . . We Say . WENDELL GLEASON There was a day when Oregon a lot of talent hid, In the form of Brother Gleason, and this is what he did- He heard about a school up north by the name of A.B.I. And prompted by the Lord to come, he answered, '41 will try." A graduate of '49, and such good grades he made- A teacher he has now become, -- a banker, too, by trade, An Eder in the church of God, he lives for Christ each ay Pointing souls to Calvary, thc Saviour, and the 'XVay. Cod Bless Them! q PAUL H. COOK Giving out to others as God to him has given, A life for Christ that is useful -- his plan to daily live. .Xn Elder in the House of Godg a teacher in the school, linploring all to walk with God, obeying every rule. A helping hand, a friendly smile, let come in life what may, HA life of consecrated work" - His motto for the day. Fzftun Sixzfznz Dorm Life Di'0l'fL'll from Home Life BOYS? DORRIITORY It is 7:00 XM.. and someone is coming up the smps. Soon Lhcrc is 21 knock on the door. Then the hoys hear, "Bohf Billf Lucas! Time to get upln Klrs. Elsie Smith is the supcwvisor of the boys' dormitory and one to whom thc boys can go for help. She serves ice cream and cake ou each boys birthday, and hex' chccrfuhless makcs Hliilly happy moments for those living at the Udormf, But We Soon Crew to Like It ,fn ' A Q va q 22 a.:::,::,. Sw H , Q ,, awww :f s 'ws 1:5 -I ,- -gigs? -1? , .,.., 4 .:.i:::5q:5- Aa . -I PFIAEY Q If -5, .26 , ' 21552 : il' V ' Q, .,.,...,., ,, H .,.. Zi fi? " ' . ' -' ff' 9'-Q wif sr GIRLS: DORMITORY Life at the A. B. I. leaves manv memories but none are dearcr than life at the girls' dormitory. From early morning until late at night they have sweet fellowship of one another. Blrs. Susan Norris, better known as 4'Gram" to the girls, is the supervisor. She is always on hand to give them kindly advice and help them in their problems. They look forward to the evening devotion when all can meet together to seek the Lord. 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Bible Discussions . . . Fellowship 439 Beacon QXVC. 'VHF COOKS Xlrs. Ircnc Sanders has been the efiicienr Cook at the .'X. B. I. for several years. Sho feels her calling for this work as keenly as any minisrcr. Her assistants are Dfmurlly and David XVZlSIINlI1Clf. Nivlftff 71 "And these urv they which are sown on good ground 5 such as hear the word, and receive it, and bring forth fruit, some thirty-fold, some sixty, nml some un hrlnflrvflf, St. Mari: 4:20. T-wr 71 Z5 CLHSSE9 i11f?f?ffff'f""' " ' f Q I X , In .g,,gj1-Jzqgsg' -by-.:' X X ' A . --W -- -1 -ng:-. Jw. .-:-I . K f X . X Q-.-.QT-.Wwf I-4.5.1-2' 1'--fi . -- . x- - - -wflw--'-'ff -:M -'fe-Ziff -1.11, , V: 1 , XX, ' film-.'f'Lff'f7'?:1fg,fprc'-"iff ,,-.,-2:0 1 ,471-Yr" - .. X -:,"j4's':".:'f 2'-'vb-'1--g. -Hrs?-1452.-ra ' - , ' .127-xl-'Qf'lQ1.-n5"?:",':-f' 4, ' ' n- - M 1-ff. 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Norris, proyides a profitable class. liven though it tests the students' cerebration, this class is rated as one of the most important in the freshman year. -Xt one time the Bible was taught in the home and in the schools. but today we find the Sunday School acting as almost the only agency for religious instruction. Since the children are only in Sunday School an average of seventeen hours a year, we must learn how to get the most out of such little time. ln Religious Edu- cation. Mrs. S. Cl. Norris teaches the history of the Sunday School. census taking. and how to be a successful Sunday School teacher. The Svvvn Days of Creation . Abraluuniss Calling . Une ul' tlie most interesting studies in tlie .X.l3.l. is given i11 tliis stutly ol limi' tlie Bible czune into existence. llistcntieztl lnzteligrtutllitls, ftmnztticm ul tlte Canons. tlie .Xpwet't'plizt. Yzttititis x'e1'sitJns of tlte past until tlie present Rt-xisetl New Testznnetit :tie stutlietl. .XS stutlent5 for tlte ininistty, we tnust liist lt-:tin to rule ot1t'tm'n licnnes zteeeptztlnlj' lvelime :tttetnpting to rule tlte litiuse of the Lortl. Tltl'tb1lY2'll tlie study' ol tnztrriztge we are able to snlvt: tlte problems that confront young couples tutlzty in their tnzntiztees ztntl lie real examples tJlC'l1t'isti:tl1 living. HISTORY OF THE BIl3l,l:' SOCIOLOGY OF ill.flRRIACE T-:cnilyffmfc W'0rship in Song U70 Learn to Dirvct llllllllllllllllll T'fl'r'7Zfj'-llifflll' 'l'hc intlinicnts ol' music. lqcvs. scztlcs. notes. vocal singing. correct hrcatliing. :intl points on song leading ttlt, given in the study ol Xlusic. 'llhc lIlSlI'llClOI', XYCI1- tlt-ll Cllt-zlson. has siinplilictl thu facts of theory and l1'lI'IlllJlll' in at Way' that can cztsilv hc grzlspctl. His plczisant wav of allowing each pupil to develop his pwtictllzti' talent inalics lol' Z1 hnc class. MUSIC l MUSIC ll Daniel,s 70 Weeks . . The Mystery Clears . Perhaps no part of the liible is more mysterious or less understood than the twelye boolcs of the Klinor Prophets. Yet these books are filled with wonderful truths and messages for Cod's people today. The see- ond year at the X. li. I. a student is introduced to these boolts and the entire year is spent in the fascinat- ing study of their history, inspiration and contents. .Xfter many years of prayerful study of these books. S. C. Norris presents the Minor Propliets in an inter- esting and inspiring way. Pastoral 'Vheology deals with church organization. government and the associated complexity of problems that confront the pastor. Rey. S. Cl. Norris' unique method of presenting examples malte them easy to remember and permit the young minister to side-step many errors that have Cost a tremendous price. MINOR PROPHFTS P.-XS'l'0R.X I. 'VHFOLOCY aid? it Trzrf zz ty-If Tlw Ifiblv Bvcurnv a JYPN' Hook . . Gull Marv Dvur . V, ..,. 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'l'he lfiible is our only textbook. lfvery potential worker for the Lord earnestly desires a knowl- edge of how to lay out and present ai sermon. Paul Lililbli, a gradu- ate of the K. B. l. brings to each freshman the terms, "Start 21 firel Build El bridgel For instancel Demand action 1" The experience gained through class participation enables each student to develop his sp'eal1ingabilit'y. DOCTRINF 1 PU BLIC SFRA Ii INCL I ft' How Does a Child Grow and Develop? .Xlter a year tif study in this subject the jciurnevs tal jesus seein to live again. This studv is presented in nine distinct journeys each vividlv portrayed with everv incident given special study. Xlvendell Gleason is the alvle teacher of this course. The purpose of studving child psychology is to give the students a basis on which to "train up a child in the wav he should go." 'l'o be a successful teacher of ehildren one must ltnovv their lunclatnental characteristics as related to the progratn cal religious education. Xlrs. S. Cl. Norris teaches the various physical. mental. and spiritual cliar- aeteristies of the dillerent age gfrtitips with the earnest desire of pro- ducing lvetter teachers. child evangelists. and pastors. l3Il3l,lC CQFOCIRXPIIY ll CHILD l'SYCltlOl,OGY 7":z'mify-filqlzf The Seven Steps Back to Pentecost RELIGION ANALYSIS ENGLISH 1. II, III il Ui O5 UI lC Aixs... is .Xltcr txxclvc years of competent teaching and diligent study of thc many religions that till our nation today. Klrs. C. E. Lundquist is fully qualilicd to tcach Religion .'Xnalysis. Wiithout bigotry or prej- udicc each rcligion and its doctrine is carefully studied in the light of thc Scriptures. Iinglish enables thc student to bc better equipped to carry this Gospel message to all thc world in thc best manner possible. Xot only should irc tcll others about this plan of salvation. but we should also toll it xrcll and in a way that can be easily understood. The aim ol' Xlrs. S. Cl. Norris. our capable English instructor, is to teach good coinniunication - speaking. writing. and listening. TY T 'N fL'17l1LLj'-I1 Is Amvrira in the Rez-ivwl Human Empirv? . XIVSIL' I l'ROl'IIliC'Y 7'Iu'r1y Y' Q Nas, ' 1:5255 V ' f 'MMS Q? .Mlxxuicccl tlicory uml liziisiucmy ul music is ilic basis for this siucly' iu ilu- Lliircl yczu' music class. 'lilic iuslructcmr. Wwenclcll Clw- scm, C!lLlL'IlYlblkS un tcacli music iliat will lic usclul and helpful in :my liclcl lui' llic lmiml. llc cmpliasizcs tlic iuiportziucc ul' music iu sucli wrwla. Wvill Qilllllll lic- cmirclx' clumiuutccl lux' Ouumuiiismi Vvlix' max V250 lic Ll SlQIllllL'ElI1I yczuf Xxilllll is Llic position ml l'fxcl4icl's visicm ul ilu- clry lwoucs m pmpliccy. il um? llicsc :uul mlm-1' iiitcimngqiliuiis :11'c1lusxxc1'mliii Ill?Pl4fJPllL'c'f'c'lZlSSlI1STI'llK'IL'Ll lip' llcv. S. Cl. Nmris. Paulas Journeys Why Dill llm Pastor Fail? . lllI'2l.li l c:1cOc1R,xPH Y III l l l CHVRCH CIOYFRXNIFXT 'llhe Sllltlf' ral llihle Cleograpliy enables the student to travel with Peter, Philip :intl l3z1rnahas to every city where the Gospel was preached thrring the Xpcistulie tinres. The exploits of Paul be- eorne :1 vivitl picture helcwre the rnintl's eye during class sessions making this study essential und prolitzrhle. liy-laws necessary in the mgzrrrixattiorr ol gt church, formation of at church, hnzznees of at church. hmv to deal with people and Variotls problems arising in at ehureh ure all dealt with in this course tztuyht hy Rt-V. S. C. XiUI'I'lS. i T11 irfv-Mir In Missions 11741 Caught ll Vision of Dying Uyihfllt 4 1 1 "1 ,111 9 6 1 11 in WW mm 1X 511111611115 11151 11111 102115 211 X. 11. 1. 111'1' 5110111 111 111111111 1110 g'1'1111111111'111'11 1111' 1110 1111-111111111111111 5111111 111- 11111511115 111. 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Y'1111'!,1'-Z':L'O EPISTLES MISSIONS W'hat Inspiration as the W'0ffl Unfolds . Pl'l3l.lL' SPICAXR II and lll RICLIUIOX FIN 'CXIWON III INC, 'l.Xntl now we are glad to introtluce to you the speaker of the evening." 'llhe worcls of introcluction which the leader uses have much inlluence upon the audience. This is only one phase of the rnany important issues of public speaking that are brought forth in Public Speaking ll SQ lll. This course is efliciently taught by S. G. Norris, who has many years of successful public speaking to back his teaching. The principles ol teaching uncler the capable instruction of Xlrs. Cl. Xorris becomes a very beneficial subject. Pointine to the greatest Teacher ol all time. Jesus Christ. potential teachers are taught that a teacher has really never fullilletl her obligations until the pupils have learned. 7'l1z'1'fy-flrrfe Goflls Blessing Refrvsherl Our Souls . . . K . 'fr 2 lg .. -ef Mlf 3? lf-rm .. 4 A . Tlzirty-four lust as the presence of God was treasured by the children of Israel, so it is in the devotional service at .-X. ll. l., eaeh morning from l0:30 - ll:3O. Un Klissionary Day reports ol the progress and needs of the various missionary liclds are discussed. The services are lilled with songs. praise, and the proclaiming of the Gospel in its fullness. Surely in devotion Clod's strength is gained to press forward in this Christian race. lvnder the supervision of Wvcndell Gleason. capable director of the Cllce Club. each Thursdax' mornine finds the entire student body assembled in the auditorium lor a two-hour period of rehears- ing chorus numbers lor the Sunday morning' service. Glenna llrott. '49 graduate and honor student. is our accompanist. IJICYOTION lil lil" Cl l'B A.. 4 We' Made a joyful Noise Unto the Lord . ORC! I I'IS'l'R.'X S'l'l'lJY ILXLI 'l'he orchestra ol .X. Il. I. ollers those ol musical ability at won- tlerltil opportunity to tlevelop their talents lor the glory of Uotl. Robert Sabin directs the orchestra for speeiztl ntnnbers in the church services. l't':tising the Lortl in this tnztnner brings at rich blessing front Cod. 'l'he study hall is at period which proves to be very essential and prolitztble to the sttttlents. Here they study the things taught 1 their classes. Pivery student has learnctl to use this period to the best zttlvruitage. i rf 3'-ji " . . . behold, I say unto you, Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields, for they are white already to harvest? St. John 4:35. " . . . Thrust in the sickle, and reap: for the time is come for thee to reapg for the harvest of the earth is ripe? Revelation 14:15 I I Th irty-six I FRESHHIEH 4 T- W u . 5, N 1.- I, an-fi-wr' rx-'-'a Y '4"'- - Y Q'-H 1--'-J - Ig-,Zi-.-I.-TI-,--i L, ,, ' 544 X - F. . 44?-, 5- IL .. . af.. 4. 5 rf - L-1 . I ,.I,,fj1'-T '. 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Panama City, l"la.g Lonnic Carter, Panama City, l"la.g ,lunc Dichr, Columbus. Oliiog lfva linis, Rlarion, Ill.g Ycrt linis, Rlarion. Ill.g Ucnc l'lC21I', Neoga, Ill.g Orion Gleason, 'em ,af Oregon City, O1'c.g lfincrson Hawk. Atlicns, Oliiog Le- ona Horncy, Wliiic Hall, Ill.g Milton llollaway, Canal Xliinclicstcr. Ohio: Charles Karr, Decatur, 1ll.g Bernard V b Kast, Excelsior, Wis.g Jewel Larson, Duluth, B1inn.g WV Richard Lucas, Amlicns, Ohio. YW 9 .film .Q i Kw- ., ,....., . 3 .- ia ,.,. . ff: V- :V-H --.- : if '- 1 - ' Eisiiaaiij, 2:-,gf:f55,5s5:':3g:1 "' H, ' " , '- M V ' V ,,,,, u ' i' g 'vi . 'R ' wb : 1 ' wi: .:a. -,aw wwbwmx '54 ,. .V E I ,I ,, .,:Ezi2as?s- . f' " " 'X ,.EEEE5:g ..,....,... . av 5' FRICSH X HSN CLXSS OITICICRS l'rwz'zfw1l - - - Iilliotl Iiuford ffm' Prw'fffw1l - - Richard Lucas S1'f'f1'ffl1I'3'-Tl'l'l1,YIH'f'I' f - - Jane Xlzzrmz Sr'r'2'f,'!z1z'y-7'1'6a5111'r'r,qla'l,I'11g - Mary Snyder SXKPS and SCRQXPS W , , Ngmw mmm: Lw1 xmvmA1.'m- if Q gf! .lm T 'W fx, J ?" WM if 6'Th0n sailh he unto his disciples, The harvvst lruly is plenteous, lm! lhv lalmurors are fvwg Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will Seml forth labourers into his harvest." St. Malllzeur 9:37, 38. l"u1'!y-luv xr J. Jumun '-If' w -., s-'Sw n". .4 ,.'1' - 'x'. '1' . y -,4, '.,. . ...:1. L. ,,. , -n Q -veins f. if-SQF7-" --. , 5... , .4.,,,1.f4. -J., syn. -I'-nf' nl, .- ,J '1'-Z'E'T"i tif, .. -- u.f',,.-N..- :-.-...mil y.,1,4..q.. ,hx .W N. 1 1 y, I -- , ,rvnag . ' .Any X-.PJ ,. . , .Nu fxf.. . ,X I- W. . -x '. u:'. 4 9 .. ..,. 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C'OlllI11lWlIS,fllllU awk ll XIKJR CLXSS OI"I"lC'ffRS I1 Ilf If -Yff-f- f Slzmlvy Slum It I1 lf uf ff - - - Ruby-1'L XXYIILIIUII S 1 mu lf K1 zrzw' - - - Cla-1'1'x' livlly POSICS and XOSES W an 3-,ss , w 'FX 'W s :ai 1 Nl? .9 ' W N-sank "And he that reapeth receiveth wages, and gather- eth fruit unto life eternal . . . ,'St. John 4:36 GC Fnrly-fight and gather his wheat into the garnergn St. Matthew 53:12 r SEHIUHS ,- -2 N J ,-Jim. " 4. ,-',. '.'-fifflf-iw ,. .- - .v .314 ,x . 'ff 'r. U ,A -. 1 A. . ,I n W . E ,X , .5 X .F ,... 1. -' ' ' 'Q' ggi '. : 7, v 1 m. ' 'n - A Q1 .' .' x' 4 .-, 3 v, V , N , X . Q- 1.11 I A, ,g 2 -.'-J'-2 . f .-213' 1',-237.1 4 2 ' 1-. 'A .,,, . -5-4 . T, 2 :-593,11 ... - ,nga . " . fffii fi-Qi? ,"T' U ' 'nfl ' .tx - X' .uv ' fig.. H213 J' -, f.L ' '."". H -. . 'gf -ar '--1:-iw.. 44 ' ' -1'3l"5E'- V 'VI- ,.,., ., U. A- qs- .1 . .v--gffz... . Ng: . --qw .I .,-1,-.sz O! ' '. J - J .mqx A.: Q, ' 1 1 F.-.. I ,-. .1 'I J-2'::i?."??"3'.Jy'a- ""' ' V' .V . 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NIi!1llL'SHlli "Info r,'Z'r'I'j' Ziff ffm! zzrzalmfafcm "Smrm!f1 fmzx mwwf ma hi! plzrpmf, uf! Godfv juo-:wr ix mkilffzzf marfm'r." pozzrfrlf' P Goal May Load Us Through thv Fire . . The Flood . RUIZICRT NIOLIZICRCI CURTIS BIOSICLEY lluluth. NIiIlllCSOI2l Q "l.1f1",v 11l11m1111' if In h'lIU'f!f' H7711 " do lifll 1'. A-1111 Izlskin, Fla. lf if lmttfr I0 l'1,ql1L Il tYl7IfUF 1111111 10 mil at fllti' clrzrkf' ,gawf www WWW Fiftyrlzrff But as Paul Set His Face Towards Jerusalem CPIORCF XIOYFR lCI,If.XNOR NORRIS Orwilwglmw P1 Sl. Paul. Xiinucsotzl F M Rf':'a'1'f'21ffy l1rfff":w in XOZH' lV'JlZl7Iv,X'!1r't1ff!Z if My rrfatimz- 0-iw! zz21irj1zr21f',v.v and vom?- ml-P M Gmfv- fran? if iv? flu' jmfwr of tim Holy Spzrzff, 1"1'fty-four A We Have Set Our Face Towards the New Jerusalem. 'A 1 f" '1 " " mm, -f,,,H,4 W'j5sgQ.3"' ' Q' Ytll V V Ny , 1,-:,.. 7,2-wx, .1::.-a,:ah,::2252:'M-'r V - I Dm an f " ' " 'Rf nf..- -...,. .,y.,.N, I. ,H ff 1 6 '. I , , 5 . ' R R li Q - pf - . 5 ""4 , . 3 :":'1- -'v' " ,,..,v..,.. U , J 3 'ff f V' ""' ' .Q Q:-xv W.XL'l'IC R PI'1'ZIiR lf R IC D Rl' RIN XYillCl1CSICI'. Indizmzx l1I'1J1Jklj'I1. Xcw York ".-I Cfl1r1',vfiz111 U11 My lszznxv ,ww "llz1pjvf114',vf if rm! zz ,ffdlffflll you jzzrflzrr flmn Il plzzfomplzfr fm d1'1'I.'I'z' af, ff if Il 'fi'llvX' nj fra':'f'fA lftllfmf' Hug." R g wwmm ' v!""f Fifty-A0 Jesus Is Coming . . W0n't You Pray for Us? fifty-,ix NIXRY SI,I'IliYAX XIiIXIlC1lPOliS, Klinu, "0pp0rf1111iIy lfKl'l'OI',Y zrzizzzlf' .wwf wmww IDOXIIXCSO 'IURRICS 51111 Illcuo, Q Zlllf, !lf7fr'f1llfr'tj "Sfm1ly lmrff. for Thy .frrmvzl !lt'ZlI'z'fIl.'U SENIOR CLASS Ol"l'IL'l'1RS Preffdenl - - EL1diC-IUIIIISUII riff Prefidezzt - Dan Uuillmy Sfct'y-Trfaf. - - X1arySlcevu ANNUAL S'l'AF1" Ifcfitnr - - - Eleanor Norriy 50-Editor - - - Fred Rubin Bzuincyf gilgr. - lirncst Maki PREP.-XR.VX'1'ION Editor and 1511511165 Kfgr. working on the zmnuzll. Wi 1:-.7""':"fE'g"k t.'?'l'I".L-..3 .'f"'...1'.2"'f. an-umsunuauuiqg-,, , l"1'l'l X PING-PONCP RGONI 'Will :cork and no play malcm' jack zz dull boy." An added ree- reational feature this year is the ping pong table. Pictured here are the 'iehampsu well as the beginners. CRANINIING FOR EXAXIS The schedule for the linal ex- aminations is placed on the bul- letin board bringing various reac- tions from the students, some of which are pictured. Hair may be disheveled and sleeves rolled up, but the necessary study produces zz good mark on the grade Card. Bl'I,Lli'1'1N HO-XRD "lf my name up there?" f'Wlzaz nerr' ayrigvznimzt do 206 ha'zfe?', These questions and others like them are asked by the students as they Crowd before the bulle- tin board after each Class. Fzjtx'-righr F Ewwfz Q Wyygwf f'73""W1"'a"1fp Xb if GQA XY 13939 M77 05 ,si sown fy L-Q4 ONS C5 AM fycn 7Z7f"'G' 4' My , WWW Xymmdzffiwwwwpohy 1 ,M WW? wo WWW F if Mffww KR Hb ' Jw M af' :Q y If XQJQ SY gk U' fav-,.,.f',,f 6 J 6' XX ex 450 W4-2.1 of M LA f4Cs"'9Wf-fx gjgwygbb 'STM 'F S ff L 'M QP 5 x WJ 1 R Q31 -5 A , 4 fail! 15 5' ti ig gfi N - xii ydyfwf 30 J 2 gf!! 2 , fa M442 ?55wW ig ffm-fWMff M .sb-33' f" . Xp if wc, 1 Wy, 711, I sg o. L,-,WML D fx Xixsp .050 WW .. f 7""'f!N M"'mffj 25, wk Z S M i ww-af J :e.,f5gQ HRK 3 Q Q.. N5 - xi ,Qwg.,b-M35 V x A V W milf, N'-mx x i Q Q fs ,, W ,,.. 'E , we 12, ,X Q -v-r Hn IN APPRECIATIUN - J! Q The Senior Class of 1950 wishes to express its sincere appreciation to George Klolherg, junior art student of the Lfniversity of Klinnesota, who gave so unselfishly of his time and so liberally of his talent and effort that his artis- tic efforts might contribute to The Way. Georgels portrayal of the Christian's work and the Christian's reward in the drawings is very effective. As we labor in the great harvest field for the Lord, hy faith we can discern what George Molherg has so aptly sil- houetted in the distance in his drawings, the New jeru- salein. ?H'llfi31f1IIJ31IIl'I.R1' . . . T!1t'1'l'i.Y a 'Udfllllf plan' fcilliin our rank! Ulf uw .vo bran' and trim, ll'f1o liar fmfgllt ilu' figfll and kfpl tfif failfz limi! llzix life -:c'a.v lfirougli. Ili' .wizlqfzf the Lord af an early ago .Ind f'UIH1CZ lflii' l'iI'lt'7Id d1":'i:1z'. lliiffl lft'fl'I'II1iIl61llfH1 fo I'I't1f'1I flu' goal- Tlml l1i'azz!ifuf land .VIIIIHIIIR Urfal failfi in God lo mfff all lIl'l'tI.V, lf'l1z'111."i'1' il migfzl ari,i'if lQr'1Qz11'clf1'.v.i' Of flu' of1,i'lz1f'l1'. Ili' A'1Il"Cl' Gnd 10011111 rzzpfwly. llwfv 1101 llU7'KQUl'ft'7I, ffm' lzfii gone' llfll mfft him Ilifn' in glory. .Ind gfazflqv mznid lfif flironz' of Gnd llfll .ring lfii' old. old xfory. C. XVILLIKKI IARSON "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death ol his saints" C. Wiilliam Larson truly was a saint of Ciod. Ile lived the life in his home, and in his work as well as in the church. Klidway Tabernacle sadly misses lirother Will. it the time ol his passing away he was a Deacon as well as Secretary-'.l'i'easnrer ol Xlidway Tabernacle. He was also a member of the Church orchestra. Will Larson, son of Blix Si Klrs. .Xnton Larson. was born june 29, 1916, at Lowell, Nlass. Seeking God early in his teens, he was hapti ed in -lesns' Name, April, 1932 and received the Holy Ghost a len' months later. He attended the .X. 13. I. for the ll?-ll-42 session and in june of that same year inarried Genevieve Lnndqnist. Will liarson was very inlluential in obtaining our new church. Rlany times nhen the going seemed rough to all, he often said. "YYe'll make it." Will was determined: he could not be discouragedl On Dec. 22, I9-W, Bro. Xliill became ill and passed away Jan. 20th, 1950. lt was the great faith of this man that causes him to be missed hy the saints at Xlidway Tabernacle the students of the Apo- stolic liihle Institute, his relatives. hnsiness associates and friends. Six! 5'-I hrs: "lim night vonu-th, when no man can work." . . . Sixty-four SI. folm 9:1 FEHTURES ,,...,. . .-,-4 ,, "41- ,J 1 x," 'I -5 ' ff .H xi 1 ,4 . .1- Q1 mv, .' 1 X . .V A wir - ,.z.4. ..,.1 f..--J'-D ' ..- M .,j .Y ..,-41'-'P fy- L ., 4 X '5x.', . ..,. 'A SUV' X A UNITED PENTECOSTAL APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH 482 Richland Ave., Athens, Ohio REV. G. H. MARTIN, Minister SERVICES Sunday School ---- - l0:00 A Y. P. Service - - - 7:30 P Evening Worship - - - - 8:00 P Wednesday Bible Class - - - 8:00 P Congratulations to the class ot I 9 5 0 THE WORLD AT ITS WORST, NEEDS THE CHURCH AT I'I'S BEST Compliments of BANGOR GOSPEL TABERNACLE Church qddreggg Pastors residence: 26 North Main St. REV. T, ALTON STEWART, Pastor R. D. No. 4 Brewer, Maine Bangor, Maine SERVICES Sunday School . ..... . . . , . Worship Sunday Evening ...... .... Wednesday Bible Study . . . . . . . Eriday Young People .... ...... Sixly'-. x Eirst Tuesday ot each rnonth is Missionary Meeting. l:30 2:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 RADIO BROADCAST THE UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF THE AIR Sunday l0:30 to lli00 A. M. WABI, Bangor, Maine 910 on your radio dial. CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS . FROM THE CLASS CDF '51 Our Motto: "A little more persistence, cr little more eitort, cmd Whot seemed hopeless tcrilure, may turn to glori- ous success. There is rio foilure except in no long- er trying." Sixty-55 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1950! Lett to.right: In the picture at the lelt we see the rep- resentatives ot the Apostolic Church ot the faith in Iesus Christ, of Mexico and the Mexican Assemblies in the United States ot America. Domingo Torres and Rafael Arias, stu- dents at the Apostolic Bible Institute, Wish to acquaint the readers of "The Way" With these Iine Mexican brethren who have dedicated their lives to the great Work in Mexico, Central and South Ameri- ca. God is at this time pouring out His spirit abundantly in these countries and blessing mightily the endeavors ot these men, Rev. Iose A. Ortega-Vice-Pres. ot the Apostolic Assemblies in Mexico. Rev. Antonio C. Nava-Pres. ot the Mexican Apostolic Assemblies in the United States ot America. Rev. Felipe C. Bivas-Pres. of the Apostolic Assemblies in Mexico. COMPLIMENTS To the Class of l950 trom Apostolic Church of Bridgeport, Conn. Sixty-figlzt Iean D. Hill Graduate A.B.I. Class ot '49 We covet your prayers for this new Work in Bridgeport, Conn. SERVICES Sunday Sunday School ........,..,... . . , 2:30 P. M. Evangelistic Service . . . . . ., .. . 8:00 P. M. Friday Bible Study .... ........,,. . . . 8:00 P. M. Other Prayer ,,... , 8:00 P. M. 10:00 P. M. APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH Woodstock Ave. ond Vernon St. Pittsburgh 18, Swissvole, Por. ANTON HUBA, Postor "For we are' labourers zfognher with God." I Cor. 3 :9. 'fBrezfhrm, pray for usf, Vlwhess. 5:25. "Coffs Blessings on A.B.I.', THE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Cochrorne, Wis. Sundoy School ..A.. , . . 10:00 Morning Worship .,,. , , 11:00 Evongelistic Service ..,..,.....,., ....., . . A . . . 8:00 Wednesdoy CProyer ond Proisej ,......,..,...., ., ......, .. 8:00 2nd Wednesday ot the rnonth, Young Peoples meeting. COLBY L. CHURCHILL, Postor Sixty-vzizzf CONGRATULATIONS TO THE A.B.I. AND THE CLASS OF 1950 From The CALVARY APOSTOLIC CHURCH 38 W. Greenwood Ave. Columbus, Ohio Salvation For the Lost SERVICES Sunday School ..., . 0:30 Morning Worship . ., .,.. 10:45 Evangelistic . , . ....... . . . A Bible Study- Tuesday ........,.., , . , Praise and TestimonyeThursday . , , . . . Young People-Saturday .......... . . . A . 8100 Prayer Meetings--Y-Tuesday ci Thursday . , . . . . . 9:30 G. C. Chambers, Pastor My 8:00 8:00 8:00 Spiritual Food For the Saved .M. .M. .M. ,M. .M. .M. ,M. APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF IESUS CHRIST 84 Quincy St. Brooklyn, N. Y. I. E. RUBIN, Pastor SERVICES Sunday Prayer .. .... 7:00 A. M. Sunday School . . . . . ,l2:00 Noon Worship .,., .. .. . . l:30 P. M. Tues. Young Peoples . . . . . .8100 P. M. Thur. Evangelistic ................ , .. ....... .. 8:00 P. M. "How excffllwnt is Thy lowing kindnfss, O God! tlzfrffofe the clzilcirfn of mfn pn! their trust zzndfr the shadow of thy wingsf' Psalm 36:7 Residence: l0l-03 So. Elliott PI. BKLYN. l7, N.Y. Phone: ST. 33166 CHRIST CHURCH CApostolic Christianl 600-604 Duane St. OREGON CITY, OREGON ANDREW CLARK BAKER, Minister ONE OF FIRST FOUR JESUS' NAME CHURCHES contending toni CEirst United Pentecostal Churchl Sound doctrine, Apostolic 1331 Cffld LUTITTOIO AVG- practice, true Bible holiness, true spirituality. Racine, Wisconsin "THE CHURCH FIRE" ON SERVICES Sunday School . .. . 9:45 Morning Worship . . ll100 Youth Service ..... . 7:00 COMPLIMENTS T0 THE. Evangelistic ....,,. .. 7:45 Wed,--A-Bible Study . . . . . 7:45 Sat.ePrayer ...... . . . . . . 7:45 SENIOR CLASS L. R. MITCHELL eeee Pastor Kinzie Evangelistic Party S1 nlx 21 Sfwnty-two Complinwnts of MIDWAY TABERNACLE 464 Pierce Street Pdul I-Xhlstrond Rudolph Bowe Louis Brigley George Bye Ddvid Cdrr Church Bodrd S. G. Norris CChcrirmonl Albert Newstrdnd S. G. NORRIS, Minister St. Pdul 4, Minn Poul Cook Wendell Gleoson Arnold lohnson Chdrlie lohnson Edwin Lorson Phone: Ml. 5829 Res. Rhone: Ml. l946 Compliments of The United Pentecostal Oneness Apostolic Church C1'1U1'Cl'1 l07 South Sadler 2l0 E. Fifth Street POTEAU OKLAHOMA MARSHElELD, WISCONSIN SE VIC R ES N SERVICES Sunday Sunday School l0200 A.M. Sunday School l0:00 A. M. Worship Service Morning Worship . ,. ll:00 A. M. giggle Sunday Evening .... 8:00 P M. Efifgihlic, Tuesdayfprayer ,... 8:00 P. M. Vgiignigiy Tnnfnninyeisibie Study 8:00 P. M. Biglepglffly Saturday Evangelistic 7:00 P.M. MARION c. TIPTON, Pastor First Pentecostal Church of Iesus Christ 520 lllinois Street l. T. BROOKS, Pastor SOUTH BELOIT, ILLINOTS Tuesday 7:30 P.M. Thursday 7:30 P.M. Sunday 7:30 P.M. Sunday School 9:45 AM. Sunday Y. P. 6:30 to 7:30 P.M. Sat. Children's Church 0:30 to 7:30 P.M. Earnestly Contending For the Faith Once Delivered to the Saints. Sf-zfmziy-lf: A A , 1 APCDSTOLIC CHURCH CONGREGATION AROSTOLIC CHURCH ORCHESTRA Cou1pI1ments to the closs of '50 Irom the Young People of the River EGIIS Apostohc Church. Son. gn 1m1'f.' IOIIIIVY ill 111,x' 1'1'1zfjw11'1l." Hutt. 21:28 hffrn' lfzw zmrfrf is llllhlll' llllll N10 fulnrfss lfzvwf- off l'snIm 50:12 MVS, IVI. S. Wofsoo Choir Lender H1 ww! 11 ConorotuIoIion5 to the groduotmg doses of IQSO from the Apostolic Church of RIVER EALIS, WISC SERVICES Sundoj: ScI1ooI IUZOC AM Worfllxip II:OC AM Y E SQTVICR5 7 IIC PM IIV!f1I'1Zi1CII'ilIIC SCU PM 'Nod IDIVH-'SIL XL Blkle Studi: SCU PM 'I'::11 i'ff1.:ia.1- OIKLII prudence 73C PM II u .FISCQ Romto AROSTCIIIC CHERCH CHILDREN as fr A POSTOI .IC CHURCH CHOIR RIVERSIDE APOSTOLIC CHURCH U.P.C., Inc Ferry St, and Monongahela Ave, CRiversidel Westover, Morgantown, W. Va, ELD. W, T, POLING, Pastor Radio service, 'lMoments ot Devotion" each Sunday Morning 0:30 Station WAIR, Morgantown, W. Va., l230 KCYS. Sunday' Sunday School ,... ,... .... . l 0:00 A. M Sunday Eveningf Evangelistic ..., . 7:30 P. M Tuesday Evening Evangelistic , .,.. .,.. , 7:30 P. M Friday Eveningee-Youth and Childrens Meeting. . 7:30 P. M CWhen our City is on Eastern Daylight Saving Time, Evening Services 8:00 P. MJ "Tim Hffrna! 001115 Thy R1i7'11,Q'f and Lv7lIf1'1'IIr'lIfl1 -Jw flu' lfzw lasting Arms." lJl',L T. 33 227 The motto ot our church is W E L C O M E MURRAY EVANGELISTIC PARTY WITH SINCERE COMPUMENTS TO Tl-lE Cl .ASS OF l050 W S nl f Cnfiglvztzz IIIIIOII .s Prom PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF IESUS CHRIST Corner High :Sf Williams St. SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, PA. SERVICES Sunday School . . 9:45 A. M. Sunday Evening . 7:30 P. M. Wednesday Eve. . 7:30 P. M. Cfzristian Crrfetiligs in fvsusp Nanzv to all zhe STUDENTS AND THE FACULTY, oi the Apostolic Bible Institute Frorn the "Bible lands" Evangelist 1 ,.,., ' ,w g " "7 "1 REV. IOSEPH D. URSHAN, Aix, Post Oitice Box l248 Pensacola HU- This year again l plead with all the saints ot God, the nation over, to pray for our nationf Wide revivals, as We go about preaching the Full Gospel of our Lord and Saviour. Our goal for l950--f-3,000 souls. The Apostolic Faith Church Sabraton, W. Va. SERVICES Sunday School . . l0:00 AM. Evangelistic . . 7:30 P.M. Wednesday . . . . . . 7:30 P M. Saturday Bible Study .... ..,. 7 330 P.M. APOSTOLIC FAITH CHRISTIAN CHURCH 290 W. 92nd St. NEW YORK, N. Y. Sunday School . . . 9345 A. M. Morning Worship . . . llI3U A- M Afternoon Prayer . . .4IOU'7IUU P. M. Evangelistic . . . . . . .. 7:30 P. M. Tuesday Prayer Meeting . . . .8200 P. M. Thursday Bible Study .... . . . I 8300 E. M, Friday Childrens Meeting .. . . 6:00 P. M. Saturday Y. P. of Chorus .. . , . ... 7:30 P. All night prayer on Saturday Rev. and Mrs. H. l. Goodin Sf":'r11l,x'-.v1'A' We invite you to stop and visit with us while you are in New York Andrew D. Urshan M. A PRAYER FOR GOD'S BLESSINGS T O T H E SENIORS FROM THE CLASS OF '52 "Bw yr 5lf'aa'fa5Z, 1111mo2'ablL', always l7b01l1lQ7i1Zg in Zim work of tlzw Lord, for as much as ye' know that your labour is not in vain in zfhf Lordf, Qf?W,L P If 91 K K If . Y . 1, ,ff 9' . 'nl W'4 a3 If ,,M,....----0 .1 ef ' ' , P . 2 I ' fi , fwRnMN5NMQw4w,Qgy gEAi4 an A- W- - U. s . ,, , . ' tw mwwgen --'AA 1 Q , f .jg " ""2 """ '1'1: ' ' "V"'1""""' -',':' x,., I A... ,Egg ,",:,' f 'jif' .. .-'- Rev, and Mrs. Oscar Vouga and David BETHEL PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE SERVICES Sargent Ave. and Sherbrook St. Sundageggkiiniihool A I I WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA Evangelistic . . . 7iUU P. M. K I V, Tuesday BiIaIe Study . . 8:00 P. M. ' Apostolic -Wfssagf I1 1111 Friday pemecoswl Pfnfffosfaf RZFS-YIIIXH Conguerors . . .. 8:00 P. M. East Eirst Street SPENCER, IOWA SERVICES Sunday ScIriaoI . . IUIIU A. M. Morning Worship . .... II:UU A. M. EvangeIistic Service . .,.. 7:30 P. M. Wed. Y. P, Meeting ...... . . 8:00 P. M. Pri. Prayer, and Preaching . . , .... 8:00 P. M. i' X' i' "Thy worn' is a lamp unto my tiff, and a figllz' znzfo my pazflzfi Psa. 119: 105 CONGRATULATIONS Al'US'I'UI.IC BIBLE INSTITUTE AND CLASS OI' 1950 S 'flffy-rigfzt Conzplinzenls of FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Beaumont, Texas Sunday School .... . . 9:45 A. M Morning Worship .,....... ,.A,. l l:OO A. M Evangelistic Service ...,....,. . .. 7:45 P. M Mid-Week Serviceflilfednesday . . . .. 7:45 P. M Young Peoples Serviceflfriday ..... . . . 7:45 P. M Pastor Address R. D. GIBSON ll9U Pope St. Sc-Unity-11111 C0lILlIlllILl"lllS of Glencoe Apostolic Church 692 Yearling Ave. COLUMBUS' OH10 COIlLlUllf7lCllZS of REV. ROY E. DIEI-IR, Pastor Sunday . . . . . . . , . 8:00 P. M. Iiiifily' Q i ,4co ooocoo c,c o 1 2223 EQ ill TABERNACLE APOSTOLIC TEMPLE 3715 WHITTER BLVD. Los Angeles 23, Calif. 1214 3, gif, Street lNear Indiana Avel "R" car RICI-IMOND, INDIAN A Telephone: Edward F. Smith, Pastor AN gelus l-9260 Semces REV. RoBERT MacEARLAND Sunday School .,,,,,..,. .I,V, 9 :45 A. M. sunday Worship ,,.. ..,.. 1 1100 A. M. PCSU Young People ...., ,... 5 :UU P. M. Evangelistic ..,. .... 7 :45 P, M. Tuesday .. . ,... 7:45 P. M. Thursday . . . ..., 7:45 P. M. Saturday . . . . . . 7:45 P. M. lfigfzfy APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH lUth Avenue E. and Sth St. DULUTI-I, MINNESOTA Services Sunday ................ .... l U and ll A. M. Evangelistic .........., . ..,.... 7:45 P. M. Tuesday-Young People . ..... 7:45 P. M. ThursdayeBible Study . . . . . . 7:45 P. M. Saturday-Prayer ...... .... 7 345 P. M. Listen to: The Twin Ports' Pentecostal Hour. Sponsored jointly by the One- ness Churches of Duluth, Superior and Kettle River, Minnesota. Station W E B C Sunday Morning . . . ...,..... .8130-9:00 BENIAMIN D. URSI-IAN, Pastor Re-gg 1515 E, 4th St- Phone: Hemlock 354 THE TRI-CITY GOSPEL TABERNACLE Cor. Southgate and Oleander at 3300 Taylor Boulevard Louisville, Kentucky ORDER OF SERVICES A :E:E:-:.:':.. Sunday, 7:45 P.IVI. ,.,,.., , Evangelistic 'Q 'fg ,':b ZA- Q Eii, Tuesday, 7:45 PM, , , , ,. Bible study f Eale aal ThUfSdGYf7145 PM EEEE A Bible Smdtf SRRRRR 745 RMI EEE A EYE R- Iubiee e 1lEa SRRROR SCROO1 I 9145 ERR SRRRRY Morning alllvl Et,,, TRIRCITY CHOIR RRR R 4100 PM Each SRRRRY tfiifii ""1lA', I 1IQ?:iT12fEii31i1'ff115i3Qi2fIi Egigiz YQU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME IAMES SPURGEON LUCAS Pastor-Founder Phone Cluay I8I2 Founded Oct. II, I947 COIIIIJHNIPTIIS of Apostolic Gospel Church RED WING, MINN. Pastor, NOEL W. KEY lQ'0tIlPLlfI'lE!VTS TO THE SENIORS from Rev. and Mrs. Allan L. Ellis New Haven, Connecticut WESALIITIC . . . THE APOSTOLIC BIBLE INSTITUTE THE INDIANA-MICHIGAN DISTRICT ofthe PENTECOSTAL CONQUERORS OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH CHRISTIAN RALLIES REV. K. C. TILLER, President REV. ROBERT IVICEARLAND, Secretary-Tre-as CHRISTIAN YOUTH TODAY IS PEACE TOMORROW. In'ig,I1yEm Unlted Pentecost Church 3528 I4th Ave. KENOSI-IA WISCONSIN W V BARNETT, Minister SERVICES Sunday School Evangelistic Thursday Bible Study csus wid ml frmzr again." Valley Point Pentecostal Church VALLEY POINT, WEST VIRGINIA SERVICES Sunday School , .. Morning Worship Sunday Evangelistic , Tuesday, Young People Thursday Bible Study . REV, I. L. SI-IRIVER, lU:OU A.lVI ll:UU ANI 7:30 PM 7:45 PM 7:45 PM Pastor Colllplilmflzls of PENTECCSTAL CHURCH ST. oWENs, MAN1ToBA, CANADA SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School . . , Devotional . I Evangelistic . . . .ISO PM. ,, , 2:30 RM. . . . .8100 RM. C UN CRA TU LA Tl UN S TU T1-IE SENIOR CLASS OP 1950 LAMAR PENTECOSTAL CHURCH "Your friendly holiness church." 1010 Iowa Street BEAUMONT, TEXAS HEALING FOR BODIES SALVATION FOR SOULS SERVICES Sunday School . . , . . Devotion ,. ..... Conquerors and Ir, Church .,.. Evangelistic ....,....,....,. ......,. Monday-Brotherhood and Visitation .... TuesdayaLadies Missionary Circ1e . Wednesday-Prayer and Bible Study ThursdayeEvange1istic Service ....,.. Saturday-Prayer Meeting .,i.. ...9:45 ....11:00 . . 6.30 7130 ...6 to 8:00 1100 .. ..... 10:00 .O 7.00 . . 7.30 A Heavenly Christ-like 13 azfmofphere awaits you. W. M. KING, Pastor Residence: 1010 Iowa St. Phone: 515730 A A P P P P A P P lfigftty-three C0llgl'ClllLlCIliOllS Swziors of 19.50 FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 1404 16th Street Port Arthur, Texc L, I. HOSCH, Pastor Our Best Wishes ---troru-w "THE HELPING HANDS" MIDWAY TABERNACLE ST, PAUL, MINN. I-IODGES ST. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 431 Hodges sf. LAKE CHARLES, LA Vxfhen Coming through Lake Charles, Tn. stop and worship with us. A. FUSFHFR, Primm 3 33 ,P 3 J f ,:,V, , if , QE?"- The Old Time Religion CALVARY GOSPEL TEMPLE Tabernacle Corner LaPorte and Walnut Streets 48 Lewis Street BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT GEORGE W. STANLEY, Minister - M' 'Um Sfmffmf SPM SERVICES Sunday Worship ......,,..,., ,.., l l:00 A. M Sunday .......... I.., 7 :00 P. M Tuesday ..,..., .. 7:45 P. M Friday ..,. ,, 7:45 P. M. Congratulatimzs trom Apostolic Gospel Tabernacle l32l Third Street LOGAN, OHIO REV. S. R. HANBY, Pastor W. D. MANGUN, Minister "Tim Bibff I5 N01 Obsoleff, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA in Tozcfzf' SERVICES Sunday Scltool 9:45 A.M. Young Peoples Service 6:30 P.M. Evangelistic Service 7:30 PM. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 P M. But Jbxolzztf' W. C. CHAMBERS WILLIAM CONNllLl, Panama-Ridqely Home Distributing Co. Everything in Plastics Greeting Cards . Other Home lterns PR.l825 l000 University Avenue Free Delivery St, Paul, Minnesota lii,Q!1ly,.tix Office: NEstor 7146 Alter Business Hoursf-Res.: ELkl'1urst 5759 THORNE COAL 61 OIL COMPANY STOKERS - OIL BURNERS - FURNACES - BOILERS AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATERS EEEEIGEEATORS EEEEZERS Coal, Coke, Briauets, Wood and Fuel Oilf: SllliSfIll'li0II, Cu.. :'r11zlr'1vl l429 Marshall Avenue Saint Paul, Minnesota Snowflake Laundry and Dry Cleaners Inc Where the finest laundry and dry cleaning is done. 20 Ofc Discount for Cash and Carry 355 Noi Snelling Ave. Corner St, Anthony NEstor 6329 BRIGLEY ROOFING :Sf SIDING CO. RE-RQQPING and RE-s1D1Na Free Estimates Prompt Attention TOWER 0024 1172 WHITE BEAR AVE. ST. PAUL 6, MINN. KRA00l'S 00000 F000 ARKET 524 X. Snelling Ave. - Saint Paul, 0'IiIlIl0S00il NEstur 3800 Groceries Fruits Meats B tSt ked St T IF WE HAVEN'T GUI IT, IT JUST IS NUT AVAILABLE l0Vsl+Sl1VhhYIJXH IHICES XIXX Us 1 PREPARATIUN PAYS THE Apostolic Bible Institute, Inc. 464 Pierce Street Saint Paul, Minnesota Thirteen Years Experience! CAPABLE AND GODLY INSTRUCTORS FOR THE THOROUGH THREE-YEAH COURSE "THE SCHOOL THAT DEVELOPS PREACHERSV' S U B l E C T S Old Testament English Minor Prophets Bible Geography Gospels and Acts Sunday School Training Epistles Child Study Doctrine Religious Education Prophecy Sociology ot Marriage Church Government Church History Pastoral Theology Religion Analysis Public Speaking Missions History ot the Bible Music Recognized Theological School by National Selective Service Washington, D. C. FULL RECOGNITION FOR ALL SERVICEMEN UNDER G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS Fall Semester-Oct. l-lan. 28 Spring Semester-Feb. l-May 15 ENROLL IN THE A.B.I.-FOUNDED 1937 Send tor Catalog S. G. NORRIS, President TRUDELL PHOTOGRAPHERS Candid Weddin Commercial Portrait Babies 1106 GRAND AVENUE 9 OTOGVRA 43' Ak M 'L 'T H . 1, ,' U' w - '2 M F 'YUON OV?- Evenings by Appointment Cameras and Supp1ies tor Amateurs PHONE EL. 6171 St. Pau1, Minnesota Grand at L exington 'izzzty CHA Ulf l7'l 'Lori TIUTX S from CLIFF BARTLETT ROBLEE AIHSTEP C1-IRISTENSON'S Brown-bilt Shoe Store SNELUNG AT UN1VERS1TY Mldway 5230 TYUUTI' Tvxaco lIf'11lr'l"7 CO' HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS 1614 University 3 1 NEstor 9933 l','1l'I'fl'iI'lIl "llllIHlIllCl:'S f Hrnfins 519 PA U 11 Nhfstor 44015 15913 University Ave St. Pou14, Minn. If .,,,,,, mm lflf ,wif BEN'S TASTY FOODS 1589 University Ave. PROT 2970 ST. PAUL, M1NN. DBAPER-DALTON Mldwcry 2016 ,Hifll,60gl'IllI!Iillg - Qllzlllignzpllirig' 1.135113 AND ADDRESSING 317 North Prior St. Patil 4, Minn. X l1'i'X'-f.I CVIIIIIIIHIIIKJILZS of MIDWAY DEPARTMENT STORE 15921594 University, neor Sneilinq WEARING APPAREL AND SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN Phone M1dwoy 29315 St. Paul, Minn BARRS FLOWER SHOP Snelling at University SAINT PAUL -1- MINNESOTA Wrf Specialize' in Wedclings ami Fluzrfrflls NESIOI' 794l Res. Mldwcry 9970 SPERRY OFFICE FURNITURE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR OFFICE AND SCHOOL 58 E. 5th St., St. Paul, Minnesota Phone: CEdcxr 8488 LVOIIIIJIIIIIIPIILV of H E N R Y ' S G o o d F o o d l539 University Ml, 4826 Com plinzwzls of SNYDER BROS. MIDWAY DRUGS Snelling and University ST. PAUL, MINN, "Where the A.B.I.'ers buy their drug needs." .Yin fiy-I firm C 6: S TEXACO SERVICE MOTOR REPAIRING A. E. Henry Funeral Home .X X 535 No. Snelling Ave. NE. 2844 Tune-up Carburetor Electrical EARL HOLCOMB Uwner 81 Mgr. ACCESSORIES MODERN FACILITIES efef PRIVATE PARKING ED. CI-IERMAK, Mgr. Lincoln and Snelling Phone: EM, 3929 St. Paul 5, Minn. Air Conditioned Hammond Organ HAWKINSON'S IEWELRY C. I. 6. H. W. Anderson DIAMONDS SILVERWARE HAMILTON and ELGIN WATCHES IEWELER OPTOMETRIST SHEAFFERS PENS oDiN codep HAWKINSON-491 N. Snelling Ave. MMWGY 9910 PRior IU77 at Univereity 1573 U a ' A S P 14 M4 ST' PAUL 4, MINN' niversity ve. t, au ,. inn. LEE HATS FREEMAN SHOES HURLEY'S H. W- HURT-EY 1591 University Ave. 1557 University Ave. - st. Pm 4. Mm, MI. 3130 St. Paul 4, Minn. Nincty-four Cornplinzcrzls of IIANILINII HAHIIWAHE 755 North Snelling ST. PAUL : : 2 MINNESOTA MOORE'S and GILT EDGE PAINTS Complete Hardware and Appliance Line Ml. 3037 CGNGRATULATIONS and FAREWELL to SENKDRS ot l95U from Mrs. Daniel Guillory. . . , ,.,,, . , . . President Mrs. Stanley Sleeve .. ,, .Vice President Mrs. Vert Enis .... . . . ,Secffreosurer Uylllf' but rmc'ard Cod giws for work wr!! donf is mon' zcorflf to Q7O.U n0IIlllIiIIII'lIf.V of flu' APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH 8l0 North Front Street LANCASTER, OHIO ' SERVICES Sundciy School .... ..... Morning Worship . ,... .... . Evangelistic Service ....,. , , . , A . Tuesoloiy e Young Peoples Night . . Fridoy -f Bilole Study A ,..,.,.. . 8:80 l0:45 7:30 8:00 8:00 RADIO BROADCAST CWHOC - Lanccrsterl 1:00 to 1:30 PM A WELCOME TO ALL R. G, COOK, Poistor CENTURY RECORD and CAMERA SHOP 15th W. Seventh St. Next to Orpheum Theater PINKY'S SANDWICH SHOP Your RHOTOGRAPI-HC CS RECORD HEADQUARTERS GA' 3200 and G and R OIL COMPANY 1605 University Avenue SNELLING at ST. ANTHONY BUY YOUR GAS HERE ST' PAUL . . MINNESOTA AND S A V E Premiums with Your Gas Purchases DX SCHROEDER MILK STORE MOTOR REPAIR SERVICE COMPLETE ONEASTOP SERVICE ENGINE RERUTLDING CPIIPIYII Rvpuirilig NEstOr 2807 - 2808 1634 University Avenue, St, P11111 4, Minnesota X fiffe: 1675 Selby Avenue ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA NE. 6219 ROBERT SABIN, Prop. CONURA7'lfl,,fH'IONS, SENIORS DELMAN'S DEMAND Forctory engineered ond inspected replocement ports for your FOOD MARKET E I N E S T E O O D S FRIENDLY SERVICE 1724 University Avenue DESOTO ond PLYMOUTH Northwest's Distributor Slczwik Motor Parts Co. I865 University Avenue ST. PAUL MINNESOTA St. Poul, Minn. Phone: NE 4065 OWENS MOTOR SALES INC. ST. PAUL'S OLDEST HUDSON DEALER WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW HUDSON SEE OWENS Us BEFORE You BUY MOTOR SALES INC. A RELIABLE DEALER FOR 36 YEARS 709 UNIVERSITY AVE. EL. 1033 OPEN EVENINGS Ninn ' III COMPLIMENTS UF SLAWIK MOTORS 1834 University Ave. ST. PAUL, MINN. Your Midwoy DESOTO ond PLYMOUTH Dealer Reconditioned Used Cors Complete Auto Repair Service CARL DOKMO, Gen. Mgr, Phone: NE, 4061 DAN PETERSON MOTORS NEW ond USED AUToMoB1LEs 1630-1650 University Avenue ST. PAUL 4, MINN. PR. 3441 ",4lzvay5 a Good Dm!" CU,Ill'l,l flll1'Af TS UF CHARLIE I OHN SON 1871 Tatum NE 1246 BUILDERS OF MODERN HOMES NO SUBSTITUTE FOR HIGH QUALITY CONSTRUCTION Cumplimenzs of GOODRICH-GAMBLE CO. PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURERS 'lr 'k 'A' NH PRODUCTS MARSHALL'S CAMPHOR CREAM CHARATEX ANTISEPTIC MOUTH WASH 'k HK' Available at all Drug and Department Stores 1837 University Avenue ST. PAUL W4, Minn. Paints -- Wallpaper f'll'lisl,s Supplies WE DELIVER I N C SINCE 1893 Three Locations Miolwaye5l2 No. Snelling at Univ.. . .NE 7178 Eastside-f-851 Payne Ave. . . ..... VA 5121 So. St. Paulflflll No. Concord . I .. .LA 7050 One Ilzuzdrwzf 0 NETTIE RUBIN Brooklyn, New York MR. and MRS. EDGAR Eau Claire, Wisconsin SUSAN BECKER Marion, South Dakota MR. and MRS. GUST IOHNSON St. Paul. Minnesota MR. and MRS. M. A. ALDEN Columbus, Ohio MARK GOODIN Morgantown, West Virginia MR. and MRS. WENDELL GLEASON St. Paul, Minnesota BARBARA PITZER Winchester. Indiana MR. and MRS. E. PLEWA Brooklyn, New York R. F. NAGEL St. Paul, Minnesota DOROTHY LARSON St. Paul. Minnesota MR. and MRS. ISSAC AREAS Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico IOYCE ANDERSON St. Paul, Minnesota MR. and MRS. P. E. IOHNSON Vidor, Texas MR. and MRS. HYMAN HATTER Cincinnati, Ohio MR. and MRS. I. F. THOMPSON St. Paul, Minnesota RUTH ANDERSON St. Paul. Minnesota MR. and MRS. ROY SAWYER Huron. South Dakota DONALD BRIGLEY St. Paul, Minnesota MR. and MRS. IAMES MOLBERG Duluth, Minnesota RUTH GOSS Ontario, Canada LORETTA GOLDEN Eau Claire, Wisconsin GUY ATCHISON St. Paul, Minnesota MR. and MRS. T. H. GLEASON Oregon City. Oregon BOYLE REV. and MRS. KARL G. SCHWEIGER Newington, Connecticut UW llzuzzlrnl Two Boosters of A. B. I. RONALD I. BATMAN Ontario. Canada MR. and MRS. DAVID F. HORNEY White Hall. Illinois REV. C. R. EVITTS Marion, Illinois MR. and MRS. M. F. DEMOS Hickman. New York MR. and MRS. IAMES D. NORRIS St. Paul, Minnesota MR. and MRS. T. P. MOSELEY Panama City, Florida ROYAS RUFF Buchanan, Michigan MR. and MRS. LONNIE CARTER. SR. Panama City, Florida M. M. PITZER and family Winchester, Indiana OSCAR MOLBERG Comstock. Wisconsin MR. and MRS. I. R. BROOKS South Beloit. Wisconsin MR. and MRS. LLOYD MOSELEY Gaskin, Florida CLARICE NOILES Bangor, Maine MR. and MRS. CHARLES FITZPATRICK Beloit. Wisconsin MR. and MRS. LOUIS M. WASMUNDT Kenosha. Wisconsin MRS. W. W. LOWERY Quincy, Florida MR. and MRS. A. G. NEWSTRAND St. Paul, Minnesota MR. and MRS. LAWRENCE ROH Madison, Wisconsin MR. and MRS. E. G. RICHARDS Pensacola. Florida MR. and MRS. LEO GARCIA Compton, California BUD KAST Excelsior, Wisconsin RACHEL TORRES San Diego, California VERLA BOWEN River Falls. Wisc. LYLA BOWEN River Falls, Wisc. lst PENTECOSTAL CH. Y. P. Beaumont, Texas CONQUERORS Congratulations and sincere p r a y e r s to the class of 1950 a n d A.B.I. Ia. Wis. Minn. 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