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

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VF-QV V w ' ' I' 6-'uf1z?f53fQE5Q3g',gf5VfV'.'w'e1' V V V ' - - ' I V- V I 13 V "NV P ' A - VV V+: saw 5A TVA- T AA1Vp5QgM:fVV' V'if:2-,9?f 1 'flVV41:fL. 75 P 'MQVVAVQ 'lv BV A A V 4 ie Wag 7757 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS APOSTOLIC BIBLE INSTITUTE 464 PIERCE sr., SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA Bm ,S 48k.Q3 Rev. and Mrs. M.S.Wasco Betty and Blanche Wasco In appreciation of the sincere friendship of our good neighbors, Rev. and Mrs. M. S. Wasco, and their daughters, Betty and Blanche, we dedicate THE WAY of 1951. ' Rev. M.S.Wasco The Apostolic Church River Falls, Wisc. In the members of this neighbor congregation, its pastor and family, the students of the Apostolic Bible Institute have found those who are keenly interested in the schoo1's welfare. Their generous attitude proven both spiritually and natural- ly, deserves our highest praise. Our prayer - - - that the blessings of our Lord may continue upon this pastor, his family, and this congre- gation. 1 Wwee TABLE OF CONTENTS AUTU M N Faculty, Freshmen WINTER Juniors , Administration SPR I N G Seniors SUMMER Miscellaneous Four 69 5Q 1--l ANNUAL STAFF Editor .... .... G erry Whalen Co-editor .......... Stan Sleeva Art Editor., . . . 1. Belmont Graffius Snapshot Editor ..... Clarice Noiles Hmsiness Mgr ....... Robert Whalen Business Staff ...... Royas Ruff, Ronald Batman, W.C. Chambers, Lovell Golden, Belmont Graffius, Wilfred MacDonald. Advertising Mgr .... William Connell Sec. -Treas ......... Lowella Sawyer Faculty Advisor .... Eleanor Norris Five -..,.-,.wf-w. ,wr v-W.m..,-n.va-v-af-fpw,-:.1.:p:,..,...nm-,M.fWff...f.. ...-Wpnr. mm., .A -.-.......,,e,. .Y U-W.. ..,...- W.,.,..,., . .... . Six After the flood when Noah built an altar unto the Lord, God said in His heart, uWhile the earth re- maineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease."Gen.8:22. And so God has faithfully caused the four seasons to come and go each year. Autumn is the time of harvest. The summer is past, the golden grain is harvested and preparations are made for the winter. So it is when young people all over the United States put their summer--their care- free, childhood life--behind them and come to the A.B.I. to reap and harvest wonderful truths from God's Word. These young men and women are prepar- ing themselves for the winters of live. 0 Bev. S. G. Norris "let the elders that rule well be counted worthy of double honor, especially they who labor in the word and doctrine.n The first things that are recognized and that leave a lasting impression upon the student entering A.B.I. are competent leadership and efficient administra- tion, attributes necessary for the success of any enterprise. These are found in the God-called and God-filled man, Rev.S.G. Norris. He is one who is consecrated and desires a place which can afford him a greater opportunity of service. He retains an unblemished reputation in all his varied relationships. He is progressive, having a pioneer spirit, being unafraid to launch out into the deep, not satisfied with past achievements but vigorously looking forward to new and greater accomplishments. Brother Norris is devoted to onellain objective, "A better trained ministry.' ' Eight GOD'S IMMUTABLE LAWS Man-made laws are temporal, therefore subject to change, but God's laws are divine in every dispensation. That's a heartening truth in this topsy-turvy world. Much that is going on about us, simply does not add up correctly. Our nation's capital drenched with scandal, American boys wounded and dying, and yet we are told the nation is not really at war in Korea, England sending troops on one hand to fight the Chinese Reds and on the other hand demanding the recognition of Red China and free trade in Hong Kong. It all adds up to a very confusing picture. In religion, the same crazy-quilt pattern is in vogue. The denominations sing, preach and perform works in the name of Jesus, but oppose with vigor all of us that baptize in that wonderful name and turn thumbs down on the Bible experience of Pentecost. The Catholic church has become so bold in America that they dare claim an absurdity, making a dogma of the assumption of Mary. This would not be possible in a clear-thinking righteous generation. The Jews add to the confusion by their Zionist movement and forcing a "Mock-millenniumn in Palestine. So, with sin uncovered in high places, with the political world moving in very uncertain paths, with religion following like little whirlwind-gusts just before a storm, it is no wonder the individual on the street is either deeply moved with concern or swings to the careless attitude of, "I'll get mine and let the devil take the hindermost.n We are heading rapidly into the time Daniel warned us of - world confusion. The iron will simply not mix with the clay. WHAT WILL GOD D0 ? What will God do ? No one knows for sure, but I hope He moves again in the earth before the rapture. It seems like an ideal time for sincere people to grasp hold of something real in religion, if they knew where to turn. Thousands are joining churches of all descriptions, but the great majority are not. Our position as Pentecostal people is excellent, if God moves. We are certainly under obligation to pray to that end. May the Lord grant an affirmative answer. How will we know if God really moves ? What immutable law could we follow ? This much is certain. If a final manifestation comes, it MUST follow this Scripture pattern. The Spirit must glorify Jesus Christ as the Deity. If the Holy Ghost is poured out in copious showers, men will have the same revelation as they did on the day of Pentecost. There will be no confusion about doctrine. There will be no straddling the fence - one foot on the foundation of the Deity and the other on so-called "trinity."Jesus told His followers when the Spirit of TRUTH would come it would glorify Him. He told them that when the genuine Holy Ghost baptism was given, they would understand plainly about the Father..i.e. that God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself. And that's exactly what happened on the Day of Pentecost. The Holy Ghost was received and immediately they preached that Jesus was both Lord and Christ! That doctrine is an Immutable Law of God. Any such move that magnifies the Spirit, or the gifts, or straddles the fence on the doctrine of the Deity of the Lord Jesus is definitely NOT God's move in the earth. Don't be deceived. The disciples were not confused on the day of Pentecost, they went through the Roman Empire and preached, baptized and performed exploits in His Name. The Holy Ghost magnified the name of Jesus Christ. If God moves, the same pattern will follow. The nine gifts are really by-products of salvation. They are secondary to the revelation of God in Christ. Let us be patient and live above sin. Let's not be trapped by anything contrary to the innmtable law of God. What an excellent time to come to Bible School and prepare for the final round. What pleasure to rightly divide the Word df truth. What a consolation to learn how to use all of that knowledge skillfully, helping to restore health to the souls of nen in a confused world. J, X9 cvvmlay Nine Ten MRS. S. G. NORRIS " And she said, I pray you, let me glean and gather after the reapers among the sheaves. " 'Ihis portion of Scripture taken from the book of Ruth can well serve as an instante of a life given to God and the furtherance of His kingdom. Someone is reaping the benifits of students lives that have been molded by her teaching and Christian character. To Mrs. S.G.Norris we say, " The Lord recompense thy work, and a full reward be given thee of the Lord Godof Israel, under whose wings thou art come to trust." Ruth2:12 AIRS . C' LQVDQUI ST The fine Christian character of this precious saint of God can best be portrayed by the words of Isaiah, " Line upon line, precept upon precept." It has been her steadfast walk with God that has inspired young people to seek the way in the same manner. We have learned how during the Dark Ages there were those who looked for the promise of Isaiah 9:6, even so is the life of Mrs. C.E. Lundquist. She is one of our best loved teachers. May God bless her. El even Twelve cook Q89 W A member of the faculty for three years, Paul H. Cook has been a blessing with his sincerity, willingness, and interest in the students. Pb is agraduate of the class of 1949, and has attended Macalester College. Besides assuming the duties of an elder at Midway Tabernacle, he teaches Public Speaking I, Bible Geography I, and History of the Bible II. Recently he has assumed the editorship and publishing of "The Pentecostal Way.n Rev . Allan L . ljs As the dean of A.B.l. for the first year, Allan Ellis has efficiently filled his office. To him belong the tasks of securing jobs for the students, buying the necessary commodities, assisting in the publishing department, counseling the students, and taking care of countless other problems that arise. Besides these duties, Allan Ellis capably teaches the second year class of Public Speaking, an art in which he himself excels. Bro. Ellis has been a real inspiration for he " holdeth fast to his integrity.n Thirteen Fourteen S my 09550 99 was Wendell Gleason, a graduate of the A.B.I., is putting his knowledge to good use by teaching the first semester of the first year class 01d Testament. He is also music instructor and choir leader. Wherever you meet him, he has a sincere smile and is ever ready to prepare new arrangements of songs to be lifted as praise to God from the voices of those who love to work with him. The fruits of careful training are manifest in another of our faculty: Eleanor Norris. daughter ofthe President of our school. has given her time and efforts to the training of others as even she was trained. She is a graduate of the A.B.I. and is following a daily routine of teaching and office work at the school. She teaches Religious Education and Etiquette. ELEANOR NORR I S le are glad for students in the A.B.I. who can put their talents to good use. Geraldine lhalen is an outstanding English student and there- fore serves as a teacher here at the school. Her life as a student and teacher is one that speaks forth a willingness to serve when there is a need at hand. lay God bless her life. MRS GERRY WHALEN Fifteen FRESHMEN We, the new Freshmen class, have gathered from many parts of the United States to study the Word of God. At this school we learn such things as the Mighty God in Christ, The Tabernacle Plan, and other precious truths. For the first few days such terms as " brazen altar, " " laver of water," " the candlestick," and many other terms had little significance to usg but as we delve into God's marvellous truths we progress day by day, and the Scriptures bring to us new horizons of truth. Sixteen Mid-Term Class Officers . J AMES ABSHIRE E. Raine11e,W.Va. DORIS BILLMAN Auilla, Ind. FAITH BARNABY South Bend, Ind. HELEN CAMPBELL Sullivan, I11. CHARLES RAY BERRY De Quincy, La. HAROLD 'CLEGG Charlotte , N.C. Seventeen A.-,iv -wvf-7.-Y-V-W..-F.-rf' -"W'ww-w-w--w-,-- ---r - A BOSS DUSTIN St.. Paul, Minn. ROBERT HAYS Mattoon, Ill . PHILIP GADD Daytcn, Ohio LEVERNE HOBSON Augusta, G'li0 :gi Eighteen PAUL HAYES Athens , Gli0 NORMA HOFFMAN Colunbus, Glio MARTHA HOLLA .1AY Lancaster, Glio RALPH KELLENBARGER Lancaster, Chic ARNOLD JOHNSON St. Paul, Minn. EUGENE LANGSTON St. Paul, Minn. ELOISE JOHNSON Akron, Gli0 J EANN E MERCER Alexandria, G'liO Nineteen ERNEST MERRILL PYemm,ChliL RUDY SLEEVA' WesqMmt,Cbnn. Twenty RUBY MERRILL Fnmno,Ch1iL RICHARD SMITH EHemm,CaHf. ROBERT SABIN St.Pmd,M m. ouvna SPENCER Hayward, Calif. DOUGLAS STEPHENS Lmming,NHch. NITAVONNE TILLEH Bellevue, Neb. DMN J ACK TANNER Sullivan, Ill . DAVID VARNADO Deqnncy, La. KENNETH THARP Akron, Chic EUGENE WH ITE Akron, G1i0 Twenty- one BLANCHE BREDEN Osceola , Ind. PATRICIA DAWSON South Bend, Ind. Twenty- two DALE BROWN Caldwell , Idaho DALE DICKSON Mishawaka , Ind. BILLY COE Waco, Texas RICHARD EILDERS Madison, Wis. IRA W.C. HAYMON, Jr Mishawaka, Ind. LYNWOOD JAMES Port Authur, Texas JAMES HOSCH Waco, Texas RICHARD KIMMEL Mishawaka, Indiana. HAZLE INGRAM Matzcoon, I11. ROBERT KOONCE Brownstcwn, I11. Twen ty- three RAYMOND LARSON CALVIN MCMANUS St. Paul, Minn. West Monroe, La- DEL TILLER ELMORE SMITH Omha. Nebr. Barron, Wis. ROBERT TAYLOR Hazleton, Penn. MARILYN LINDBLADE Gnaha, Nebr. E 2 2, . Twenty-fOUf RONALD NEWSTRAND St.. Paul, Minn. . MERVIN RUSSELL FRIEDA SIELEB Ffankfort, Ind. Plevna, Mantana CULLEN WARREN Gladewauer, Texas Tugentyffive Tbenty-s ix CHURCH HISTORY In the study of Church History, the outstanding events in the history of the Christian Church from the Day of Pentecost to the present time are competently taught by Mrs C.E. Lundquist.THv doctrines of the Apostolic movement are also taught so that they can be fearlessly defended by the Word of God. The feeling of assurance which one possesses while reading the Bible after a study of Bible Geography and the ability to know where the bodies of water, mountains, and cities are located makes this subject very worthwhile. Also, a clear mental picture of the wonderful journeys of the patriarchs of old makes the Scriptures more vivid than ever before. This interesting subject is taught by Paul H. Cook. BIBLE GEOGRAPHY I DGCTRINEI S.G.Norris is a teacher who uses for his talisman II Cor. l3:l, "In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be established."He is often heard to say, U Brother, if you haven't got more than one Scripture for that, you haven't got a doctrine.n In the minds of the freshmen, English is a very important part of their A.B.I. curriculum. They learn, among many other things, the usage of words to a greater advantage, which plays a very important part in their Christian work. Twenty-seven Twenty-eight MUSIC I Even before the Psalmist David, usic was found to be one of the best ways to praise the Lord. Wendell Gleason has clarified the facts about music and put a deeper appreciation in the heart of every student for this art which is so expressive of our gratitude to God. In years past it has been an unwritten but general opinion that the Old Testament is a book of confusion with many excuses, controversies, and differences of opinion. Under the able teaching of Rev. S.G.Norris theOld Testament is made clear to every student OLD TESTAMENT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION I With the Sunday School only able to reach the minds and hearts of children for an average of seventeen hours a year, this time must be planned and used efficiently. The necessity of good prepar- ation is but one of the points stressed by Mrs. S.G. Norris in Religious Education l. "Start a fire! Build a bridge! For instance! Demand action! H These are familiar terms to the freshmen public speaking class taught by Paul Cook. Through class participation the students develop the essentials for effective speaking. t Le an Lets' me. +h,',M.- V, L0 ' R Rauirxck bicm.-H es. I Cnvc: ct'-H' - dn H+ aamnzqma' MRS. 99, C109 X f U' O V I Thirty 0 , WV .:.:. x Q - " Tig E ii 3 ,Q"Q, 1 , ,, , :':"'AA ' Qi if Q A . HVH: 'i w 1' A JPG? 0 K ,ge Ken 2'!bJ XQ' hw, bxfxld,-thx N ERS PJ' qc Quiz. N- F'p,n-ENGJ! qxa,C53-ifojfx nq '2 She. boqs Shilo'-57041 Thir ty-one , -vm-1 1-.,....-..k r,,,,.. .-. ..W.. .W Thirty-two Winter brings snow upon the earth - sometimes for several months. God has ordained it so for a purpose. The beautiful glistening snow serves as a cloak to keep the ground and all it contains warm and pro- tected from the harsh cold. These dark winter days are not to be received with dread, but with thanks- giving. And so also are the dark winter days of trials and troubles in this life to be received with thanksgiving and praise, for they draw us closer to our God who will protect us against the raw, harsh elements of this world. Thirty-four DEVOTION All students that cone to the A.B.I. have the privilege of singing in the Glee Club. They meet for practice the first two periods every Thursday morning. Those who participate ln its activities find it worthwhile because each new and well- dlrected song proves to be a blessing to the Sunday School and church services every Sunday morning. C-3 Q Q l MRS. GLENNA BHOTT Thirty-five Thirty-six Another year at A.B.I. We have finished the Tabernacle Plan which lays the foundation for the greater truths from God's Word. We have laid the groundwork and now we go on to glean more wonderful truths such as Daniel's Seventy Weeks, The Mighty God in Christ. Thank God for a solid foundation to build from, and the knowledge attainable under the teaching of the A.B.I. faculty. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS PAUL ALDEN cb1LlI'illS , GliO FRED BARNABY South Bend, Ind. RAFAEL AR IAS Gxliacan Sinaloa, Nhxico ELLIOTT BUFORD Dihincy, la. Wink' ROBERT BAKER Logan, Ohio VERT ENIS Marion, Ill . Thirty-seven ORION GLEASON Oregon City, Oregon V ILAS JOHNSON Akron, Chia W HYMAN HATIER Cincinnati , Gxio RICHARD LUCAS Athens, G1iO Thirty-eight MILTON HOLLAWAY Czinal Winchester, Ohio CARL MCALISTER Longview, Texas THELMA MARTIN Athens, Chio ROBERT ROH Madison , Wis . RUTH NORRIS St. Paul, Minn. CLARENCE SMITH Barron, Wis. .www he A A 1., DONALD RATCLIFF Kokano, Ind. MARY SNYDER Beloit, Wis. Thirty-nine JEWEL BATMAN Duluth, Minn. JUNE DIEHR Columbus, Ohio EVA ENIS Marion, I11 Forty ' 1 BIBLE GEOGRAPHYII From the time of His birth in Bethlehem and through the years f J nd His lorious of His life, we follow the journeys o esus a g ministry, studied under the leadership of Wendell Gleason. Do you like to listen to interesting stories that captivate your attention? The plan of salvation is so important that we must make Bibical characters live again and create in the heart of each student the desire to be like the hero of the story. These teaching techniques are taught in Religious Education by Mrs. S.G. Norris. CHILD PSYCHOLOGY Fbrty-one Fbrty-two "And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine.n H In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be estab1ished.H Points such as these are very necessaryand precious to the student. They are favorite expressions of Brother Norris in his doctrine class. Good communication, speaking, writing, and listening, is emphasized in this class by Mrs. S.G.Norris, the well-equipped English instructor. It is our duty to carry this Gospel message to all the world in the best manner possible. ENGLISH II ETIQUETTE This course which has been added to our curriculum is much enjoyed by all students, There is more than just enjoyment derived from this course. Eleanor Norris, our teacher, provides us with much practical knowledge as well as experience. Students gain a greater appreciation and uhderstanding of how the Bible has been handed down through the centuries in this class taught by Paul H. Cook. HISTORY OF THE BIBLE Fbrty-three U Tb be able to put your finger on the time, place and exact incident of both past and present, is a great attribute. Anyone who sits under the wise and capable instruction of Rev. S.G.Norris in his Minor Prophets class, becomes acquainted. with the Backbone of Prophecyf How many beats for that note? Just ask one of Wendell Gleason's second year Music students, they can tell you. They can also paint a picture before your eyes in panorama view of hymns and their setting. Thank God for this, it causes us to appreciate the beautiful songs of Zion. Forty-four This year, the members of the second year class were blessed with two new additions. A new Public Speaking book, giving them a different slant on this subject, and with its teacher who has been a great asset to the class. Allan L. Ellis makes this a most interesting subject and is capable of teaching it. " Che Lord, One Faith, One Baptism?" No, in these modern time there are many demnimtions. Fosmder, time, place, beliefs, and may more interesting details are taught under the inspired direction of ks. C-.E.Llmdquist. With these truths in our minds we are better equipped to lead a modern world to Christ. For ty- f ive Fbrfy-six 0 F F I C HELEN M. BEATON R-r-r-ring! "Midway 5829." Those are the words that go out over the wire many times a day as the phone is answered by Nhss Helen Beaton. She takes care of the students accounts, takes their tuition fee, and their room and board. She is very efficient at this work. Q..-.-....-,- - -,,,,.,........., ..,.,V,.,, ,. ..,, fm..-.f-..-Wm., ----1--Y-. ,- "Mh --.H "Smell that?" Well, that is the food that Sister Sanders, in the A.B.I. kitchen, is cooking. Besides the meals that she cooks that we all enjoy, you ought to taste those delicious pies we have on Sundays. Those who work in the kitchen make us feel at home as much as possible. An instance of this was when we ate by candlelight for Thanksgiving dinner. We appreciate all that Sister Sanders does for us and those that help prepare the meals. We are all one big happy family around the dining table. THE DISHWASHERS QNNIQE Fbrty-seven 5 .W v ,.v.. .,,. M V v..,..,.,.Y, A.B.I. WIVES Here are the wives of the A.B.I. who play a very i portant part. Although they are usually found in their homes, they are doing their share in making sacrifices and learning to become efficient wives while their husbands are so deeply engaged in the study of God's Word. They meet together on the second Monday night of every month. Their meetings are carefully planned under the direction of Mrs. Stanley Sleeva, their president. They are also fortunate to have lectures on "Model Christian Wives"under the able direction of Sister Norris. Forty-eight We are thankful for the students children who have become a part of the Midway Pentecostal Sunday School. At the present time there are twenty-seven children in this fine group. They too, through the Sunday School, are being given the Bible truths that they may become the pillars of the Apostolic Church of tomorrow, should the Lord tarry. S 10214 9339 snow Bourv 0 rf .moe RV DeXiciou5-- - mmf Forty-n 1 1 1 I i Fifty "For lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and goneg the flowers appear on the earthg the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land."Sol. 2:ll,l2. That glorious season of spring is a time of miraculous rebirth--God's earth becomes green and gaily adorned with bright flowers. Everything seems alive and bustling with activity. And each spring the A.B.I. also bustles with activity and preparations for graduation. Just as spring is, graduation is a wonderful, never-to-be-forgotten time. , w. - , ..-,,1 i 1 W 1 i Y I 1 l 1 1 1 I a 1 1 1 1 1 4 Fifty-two H But ye shall be named the priests of the Lord: men shall call upon the ministers of our God.n One year has gone and then another. We are now on the last part of our journey for truth. We have mastered Ihniel's Seventy Weeks, The Gospels, Acts and Epistles. They have hecone apart of us. We have seen how prophecy is playing an important part ix the world today. Greatest of all we have learned to meet the world and take up the chain of challenge that others have been confronted with. The challenge to the class of 1951 is found in Isaiah 61 :IQ U Go through, go through the gatesg prepare ye the way of the peopleg cast up, cast up the highwayg gather out the stonesg lift up a standard for the people.n Fifty-three S I i r I ? E w l P L r E W. C. CHAMBERS Hickman, Kentucky "Preach the word: be instant in season, out of season." II Tim. 4:2 Fifty-four NIMLD.HHJAN BATMAN Ontario, Canada "Choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season." Heh.. 11:25 LOVELL E . GOLDEN Eau Claire, Wisconsin "And I will make them and the places round about ly hill a blessing: and I 1111 cause the sholer to cone down in his season: there shall be showers of b1ess1ng.n Ezek. 34:26 WILLIAM 0 . CONNE LL Panama City, Florida "T0 everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven.n Eco. 31 1 Fifty-fiive ',,,,,,.,...,,.,,,. 1 P f a l 5 ,, 1 n 1 E i 1 WILHIED Ma cDONALD Fifty-six Torrington, Connecticut "Let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap. if we faint not.' Gal. BELMONT BLAIR GRAFFIUS Akron, Ohio "I will give you the rain of your land in his due season, the first rain and the latter ra1n.' Deut. 11:14 ROYAS W , RUF F Buchanan, Michigan "I will bless the Lord, who hath given me counsel: my reins also instruct I8 in the night seasons.U Psa. 16:7 CLARICE M. NOI LES Bangor , Maine "The Lord God hath given the tongue of the learned, that I should know how to speak a word in season to him that is weary.' Isa. 50:4 Fifty-seven i Z in X f x i STANLEY SLEEVA Westport, Connecticut "A man hath joy by the answer of DIS mouth: and a word spoken in due season. how good is it!n Prov. 15223 Fifty-eight LOWELLA SAWYER Carlton, Minnesota "Nevertheless he left not himself without witness, in that he did good, and gave us rain from heaven, and fruitful seasons. filling our hearts with food and g1adness.n Acts 14:17 , n a ROBERT WHALEN Columbus , Ohio . f'And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season: his leaf also shall not wither: and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.' Psa. 1:3 GERAIDINE WHALEN Princeton, Illinois "And he changeth the times and the seasons: he reloveth kings, and setteth up kings: he giveth wisdom unto the wise, and knowledge to then that know understand1ng.H Dan.2:21 Fifty-nine BIBLE CFOGRAPHYIU The exploits of Peter, Philip, Barnabas, and Paul begin to come to life in this class. Every incident is given special attention and the journeys are vividly portrayed. Brother Wendell Gleason is the instructor. This study is made vivid to these future ministers and also strengthens their insight on the pastoral duties and problems that arise during one's ministry. Certainly S.G.Norris is capable of teaching this class. E CHURCH GOYERNXIFYI' Sixty EPISTLES No ministry could be complete without a study of the Epistles This vital and interesting subject is capably taught by Rev. S.G. Norris with reference toproblems and doctrines of our Pentecostal movement. The third year English class is divided into two sections. The advanced section is taught the essentials of good communication by Mrs. S.G.Norris, while those who are not as far advanced learn the fundamentals of grannnr by Mrs. H.D.Whalen. ENGLISH III Sixty-one Qgpf' In the Missions Class one hears about the great men of God who gave their lives that the Gospel might be instilled in the heart ofhumanity. Let us keep before us the vision of 'the whitened harvest fields. Mrs. C.E.Lundquist instructs this class. Just as Acts 2:38 is a guide-post in our Christian talk with God, so is Journalism our guide-post in editing the yearbook, "The Way." We are thankful for a class of this type. Many of the problem of Journalism are solved under the efficient instruct'- ion of Eleanor Norris. JOURNALISM Six ty- two PASTORAL'THEOLOGY Pastoral 'Theology is of great importance to every potential minister. Here the student learns church organizatim, operation. and the principles of ministerial management. This subject is taught by Brother Norris. Mrs. S.G.Norris brings to our attention that we must not only know the subject lmtter to be taught but also the pupil hi elf Each student that takes Religious Education will find that it is like a gold nugget in aiding the advancement of Oxild Evangelis . Sixty- three 'B 25' ,- if 'Z Sixty-four Russia panwhs FX A,,f' A frlcq PROPHECY What is prophecy? What is a prophet? Have we prophets in the land today? Questions such as these are answered in a simple and thorough manner in this class by Bev. S.G.Norris. The many issues and problems that often arise and confronta speaker are discussed and solved in this third year class. Rev. S.G.Norris has many years of successful public speaking to back his teaching. PUBLIC SPEAKING III gg lim The A.B.I. quartet, composed of Wendell Gleason, Orion Gleason, Paul Alden, and James Hosch, has been an inspiration to the school and Midway Tabernacle with their Gospel singing. Besides their untiring efforts for the radio program over WMIN, they have cheered the hearts of the saints with their unique arrange- ments on other special occasions. A. B. I. QUABTE sixty-five C T Xoisvfm of arf Olxkchkk '3g'T,sx :.,. 6 , 1 W SS ,Le X UQ0 6 Z, 'r I 'sb if JM Sixty-sig h...,...u .--,., .. 511 jpfqnip -Q-QYCFD UMNO! 0900 Qgs X lzgzFiu'4.! ? 1fS?f'f1 ' x ff' ,Qi 1, Q1 " r' I ,at ' xx v I X Q ,V , x. " f fz hlhaaefs BUG' ' my' 050' ,yy EFCDQ, E' HFTE ffwi Wm rr . M,f ,aN, N 0 Sixty Sixty-eight God teaches us through His handywork of the firm- ament that the summer time is not to be spent by lazy lolling in the sun. The earth and trees are busy, not idle. During the summer months the grain and vegetables grow and ripenp the trees bear fruit. This is the time when the A.B.l. students go forth into God'a vineyard to work for Him. On the field they grow and ripen in experience and soon are bearing rich fruit. Jesus said, uYe have notchosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye should go and bring forth fruit...n John 15:16. Seventy in Mrs.Elsie Smith, the boys' dorm supervisor, helps to make 427 Herschel St. a second home for the A.B.I. boys with her sympathetic understanding and counselling. Through her fine guidance a spiritual atmosphere is maintained. I w H Memories of the girls' dorm life will long be cherished by the A.B.I. girls. They deeply appreciate Mrs. S. L. Norris K-" Mother" Norrisl who has done a mrvellous job of supervising the dorm. Die to her serious illness in the middle of the year, Helen Beaton assmned the duty of supervisor in January. S Seventy- one QQAQ' ewdeni- DUT 0 S1 hofm-fs.. BOUJV Ui: Do K KS 3k'5?xQSo T +1 NIE 1, LUHNTE D OMG f fr Seventy- two G h Tulnxu 4XQKUUf5m Q is goin X :QF is sf 9 gf Q 1 ..-of Limp, Qgeaxh My '55 gilt,-v U' F9-fi-IV 1 Sw - 5' Sch oovs no -t" Ov ,kifx f 50' Seventy-three 6' '47 'Q Q v e 0 '9 'O o Q 'S' . XV' Y . f' 0 , 62' Q Q fdzx bfeooipwooi X N: E' g toe Stwxgn M QPGO C' 0' OJ- 60 Q C4 X 45' mu N ae bu 0 Q J . o 0 Y Xa +0 0 0 0 1: U X. Xa I A Q 61, 1 I . Q W - - bf 9 X Q 'P , 619 so Q64 9 16 xx. Q .9 I-r O 6 Q0 9 . Ja ia C ess' 6 96 0 jf -X 5 ,Q L3 K.-' W 'Ip Q' ts' o o o x 5 Q QZGIP 96, Q.. X x L, 3 '. QXAIL ' '96 Z 66 Q-. Se- 'ci .. an Q Q QQ, C G0 4 L - L, CU X of Og xg 106 E 'U 4, -' 946 00 Q" .Q s lg: 94 G XX A9 Q 0 0,6 'S' J' SQ 91- S5 In ge . 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It has proved to be a great blessing in the publishing of the school paper, " The Pentecostal Way", our yearbook " The Way", and many projects for the church and Sunday School. Paul Cook and Allan Ellis have faithfully worked together in the printing room to make these projects a success in the advancement of the kingdom God. '33-5 F? g O y2g3fL+ -Y E SUR pxkp' S. ub,NE'5SMlfL QYWC 'Ur 5 it K .O Eu.lo1-T HN THTION N1 .' GJ A E " z Q, I ,I E Fifi? Seventy-six 0 GXeason's Q 5' '19 sr-now fiueeus 2 fax- 55 ll N EV Thanksqw u-ui 'bmnefb G-od eo le UN 0- s ?S,rfLosNv,kand.. Snr IQRQ65 IN Il Qwgv' 25 Cb wa'-viva' Qi. T' lv 9- Q e I 5 9 Hs Q1 Q A cf-xuFoDEQiGHTE3 EB 25 Houma aww Qflor-A 'r'ExPf5 0 s Q Em R, off' ws' .6 0 PAPA xsfvf ewil? ...ThB.i" camerl Bgaffl - Seventy- ve if Zin illlvmnriam ORIN WAYNE HOWELL Orin Wayne Howell, a student of the Apostolic Bible Institute for the year of 1948-49, departed from this life to be with the Lord on April 14, 1950 in Ontariq California. Bro. Orin was born Sept. 23, 1930, in Boise, Idaho At the early age of seven he was saved under his father's ministry in McCleary, Wash. He graduated from Chaffey Union High School in Ontario, Calif., with the class of 1948 and the following fall attended the Apostolic Bible Institute for one year. Orin Howell and Naomi Haney were united in marriage on June 3, 1949. While on his way home from work on April 14, 1950, a truck hit his car and caused his death. Bro. Orin held a General License with the United Pentecostal Church and was a member of the Apostolic Jesus' Name Tabernacle of Ontario, California. His schoolmates of the class of 1951 will long remember their fellowship with this young saint ofGod Seventy eight Mrs. Bertha Huff S family Flint, Michigan Mr. 8 Mrs. Ted Billman Avilla, Indiana Mr. 8 Mrs. Lawrence Roh Madison, Wis. Mr. 5 Mrs. T. H. Gleason Oregon City, Oregon Mr. Q Mrs. Marrin Malone DeQuincy, Louisiana Mrs. Amelia Campbell Arlington, W. Va. Mr. 8 Mrs. C. Kimmel South Bend, Indiana Leo Jensen St. Paul, Minnesota Mr.Q Mrs. J.D.Norris St. Paul, Minnesota Ernest Maki Duluth, Minnesota Agnes Anderson St. Paul, Minnesota Wilmeda Cunningham St: Paul, Minnesota Arlene Flater St. Paul, Minnesota J.L. Tiller Bellevue, Nebraska Bill R. McElhaney St. Paul, Minnesota Dorothy Larson St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Gladys Brown Jerome, Idaho Mrs.Ludie Berry DeQuincy, La. Viola Haigh Alma, Wis. Faith Martin Mpls., Minn. S.R. Hanby Logan Ohio Lester Ward Mpls.,Minn. Midway Watchman's Service J.F. Thompson St. Paul, Minnesota Beverly, Mary, Carol Newstrand St. Paul, Minnesota Bfvtefnda Bev. and Mrs. E.S. Russell Frankfort, Indiana Mr. 8 Mrs. Harry Lindblade Omaho, Nebraska Mr. 8 Mrs. C. E. Hollaway Canal Winchester, Ohio Mr. 5 Mrs. Charles Dawson South Bend. Indiana Mr.Q Mrs. James McCarty Buchanan, Michigan Mr. and Mrs. Issac Arias Culiacan, Sinaloa Mexico Mr. 8 Mrs. Paul W. Larson St. Paul, Minnesota Mr. 8 Mrs. Ralph Breden Osceola, Indiana Mr. 8 Mrs. E. D. James Port Arthur, Texas Mr.8 Mrs. Hjaler Larson Kingsdale, Minnesota Mr 8 Mrs Vilas Johnson Akron, Ohio Nettie Marcella Sieler Miles City, Montana Carl McAlister Longview, Texas Ted Grayno Hazleton, Penn. Helen Beaton St. Paul, Minnesota CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS OF 1951 From The Class of 1952 "Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou art called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses.n CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE sE1v10R CLASS OF 1951 APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH :,:J .w,. 'ff'-g s ti PASTOR D.J. WHITE 1016 Lindsay Ave. AKRON, OHIO Parkway 3330 SERVICES Sunday School .,..,.,,... ---- l 0:00 A Morning Worship .... ...,. l 1:00 A Sunday Evangelistic .... .... 7 345 P Tuesday, Young People .. .... 7:45 P Thursday Bible Study l..,., ..... 7 145 P SaturdayEvangelistic Service . . . 7:45 P Come, now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be white as snow: though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool. If ye be willing and obedient, ye shall eat the good of the land. Isa. I:l8,l9 T' E i F L I E K T i. ,,, W CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS QF l95l From The Class of 1953 "Blessed is the people that know the joyful sound they shall walk, O Lord, in the light of thy counte nance.H Psalms 89:15 Iongratulations to the Class of 1951 SINGING HEARD . AND ON PREACHING GOSPEL THE MELODIES GOSPEL RECORDS NORMAN and MARYALICE PASLAYQEVANGELISTS Home Address - Ramsey, I11. Rt. 1 TIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Christian love and fellowship to -ru: cuss or 1951 Athens, Texas . d - R'.ZI.'.:i,'c""'1 Qfggg 23:3 THE unlreo Psurscosnl. cnuncn Qounl Peoples service 8:30 P,l, lxsnngllsgic 1:30 P.u. Zack, Arkansas urs as raver 'uso v.n. Rev. J.G.LBlllBt0D., pastor 1.1-.unun. usa-on Congratulations and Farewell to the BBNIOBB OP 1951 fron A.B.l VIIVES IBB. STAN BLEEVA PRESIDENT IRS. ELLIOTT BUFORD VICE PRESIDENT IRS. VEBT ENIS SEC- TREAS- CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS OF 1951 From The Mid Term Students "I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is yet day: The night cometh, when no man can work.n 9 e APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH RED WING, MINNESOTA ws 3 i Services Sunday School IO! Morning Worship I I : Evangel ist ic 72 ' , Tuesday Pentecostal Conquerors 7g 'Thursday Evangel ist ic 8: 'fb a 00 00 30 30 OO A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. - "Life's Ultimate Is To Know and Do God's Will" obert James Mol berg Pastor nv . , , , SINCERE C 0 M P L I M E N T S To The Graduating Class I from REV. S. L. WISE District Superintendent Box 26 Hodge, Louisiana , L F- - - Cmnplfnwnfs of APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH ,. ,Q 4th si. si 4th Ave. S..E. -1- Minneapolis, Minn. "ll'lu'rr' fhfv lfnmforffr Abidcsn . SERVICES -:.: :':- E23 :-":i' " W if , ., ,. iwiigoo AM OTS lp 'f.,:?" fQf f' x"fl 7i. F i fiiy Sunday Evening Evangelistic 7:45 PM 'I :--' .QI 'S - . 32-42 ar ..,l....: wednesday Bible Stud 8:00 PM v 1-2 f,' rg -'." P":: K :P" Y my Q Friday Young Peoples . , . I . 8:00 PM is air X 'I 'awp' Wm Q .a ,-i -www '- J' it-"' ::2:'-HEaf' f07E, ,:,x.,,, , . i. i..i.....:.:-ii-i-5.5.1-:i:a.: . " . 'N I MWWMWW . , , Q - 2' 'ft Res. Phone: Dr. 6569 Ch. Phone: Br 4814 ffm. Robert Martin Pastor COMPLIMENTS T0 CLASS OF '51 FROM Rev. L. R. Thompson and family qdraduate ofA.B.I. 5 'E SALUTE . THE APOSTOLIC BIBLE INSTITUTE 'HE INDIANA-MICHIGAN DISTRICT of the PENTECOSTAL CONQUERORS OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH CHRISTIAN RALLIES REV. K. C. TILLER, President EV. ROBERT MCFARLAND, Secretary-Treas .CHRISTIAN YOUTH TODAY IS PEACE TOMORROW. Compliments of APOSTOLIC TABERNACLE "Where the Bible Reignsn SERVICES: Sunday School ,............ . . 9:45 Worship Service . . . ,... 11:00 Evangelistic . ,.,...,.,... ......... . . . 7:45 Midweek: Tuesday and Thursday ..., . 7:45 Not a Lyceum . . . Not a lecture platform . . Not a center for socials or suppers . . But a House of Prayer, Preaching and Praise E. D. HOWELL, Pastor, California and Euclid ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA Congratulations . , FROM TO THE CLASS OF '50 THE OHIO PENTECDSTAL CONIIUERORS PAUL LEHIAN, Pres. EARL EDWARDS, Secy-Treas The Pentecostal Church 541 Illinois Street, South Beloit, Illinois I. T. BROOKS, Pastor .,s N L3 yyllqu Sunday School ' I : V y f - '- 9:45 A.M. IF. Morning Worship :. ,,. ,v..: J mf I Young People's Service: 5100 PM 'L','i'A . Evangelistic Service . ,,. wo P.M. Tu esday-Bible Study Sl ttlq 7:30 P.M. 1 .-" ', .v-.. ThUfSdGY-Pfwching l Saturday-Prayer 'f i' :" .... ,,..'t' ' 7:30 P.M. Compliments of the APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH Augusta, Ohio "It is finished." Provision enoughl "It is written! Proof enoughi. "It is I." Presence enough! A.M A.M P.M P.M. REV, LLOYD C. KRESS, PASTOR 5 1 SERVICES Sunday School Morning Worship Sunday Evening Tues. Young Peoples Tl'1UTSdGYc Evangelistic 9,45 A. M. ll:OO A. M. 7:45 P. M. 7:45 P. M. 7345 P. M, First United Pentecostal Church L. l. HOSCH, Pastor 1601 Clay Ave. Waco, Texas A Gospel Preacher A Choir ot Thirty Voices An Orchestra of Twelve Pieces A Friendly Atmosphere Eld. Mark Borror, Pastor The First Apostolic Church 1 A Wim siNci3RE coMPuMi2NTs 2205 Lcfcyel e V MURRAY EVANGELlSTlC PARTY Graduate of A.B. I. CLASS OF 1951 MATTOON, ILLINOIS 'WM "ONE LORD, ONE FAITH, ONE BAPTlSM" Lovell E. Golden 637 Mulberry Street Eau Claire, Wisconsin PREPARATIUN PAYS THE Apostolic Bible Institute. Inc. 464 Pierce Street Saint Paul, Minnesota Fourteen Years Experience! CAPABLE AND GODLY INSTRUCTORS FOR THE THOROUGH THREE-YEAR COURSE "THE SCHOOL THAT DEVELOPS PREACHERS!" S U B I 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 of Marriage Church Government Church History Pastoral Theology Religion Analysis Public Speaking Missions History of the Bible Music Recognized Theological School by National Selective Service Washington,iD. C. POST GRADUATE COURSE Will be offered for the first time. October I95I All graduates and ministers send for inquiry. Fall Semester-Oct. l-Ian. 28 Spring Semester-Feb. l-May 15 ENROLL IN THE A.B.I.-FOUNDED 1937 send for Catalog S. G. NoRR1s, President 3 coucnAruLArxoNs ro ras A.s.1. Ann rum cLAss or I 9 5 I n Ministers! W M3 Cuan Ixermosos son los pies! f Q W 5 :I"?'H:4fHE Prom the Mexica Q f .cnndwm S. 4- V513- M- FQMWWW IQQSAQJEHQYRQ QAWE if HWQQ 3 gg I "'----- 5 -AQ H, A- 2 w W FQ? ii LA S wana , ZEHQQA www? ME?ffe ' Hiiif. Hmmuwi Domingo Torres Manuel Acevedo HW, Frank Meza Ramin f V- 11 , ff.: W 5955! 8-vw I wwww Antonio Contreras CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS 0F I95I I Y R T L E B I B H 0 F Class of 1950 Conpllnents of the APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH 10th. Ave. East and sixth s DULUTH, IINNESOTA SERVICES SUNDAY Sunday School 10 lorning Service 11 lvsngelistic Service 1 TUESDAY Young People THURSDAY Bible Study Second year tl'8eIl 00 00 45 45 45 of broadcasting over radio Pastor and Mrs B.D.Urshan Stltlon IEBC C5000 'ICCSI D151 1320 each 3UDd3Y from 8230 ' 9200 A.M. Res. 1515 E. 4th. ST DULUTH, MINN Phone 3-0081 Compliments of the APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH 810 North Front Street LANCASTER, OHIO SERVICES Sunday School ..,,.. ..,, 9 130 A. Morning Worship ...,. .,.... 1 0:45 A. Evangelistic Service .............. .... 7 130 P. Tuesday - Young People's Night ..,. , . . . 8:00 P. Friday - Bible Study .......... .... 8 200 P. RADIO BROADCAST QWHOC - Lancaster! 1:00 to 1:30 P.M A WELCOME TO ALL R. G. COOK, Pastor F ""' ' 2 ? i I l E l lf v 2 r 5 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE A.B.I. AND THE CLASS OF 1951 From The CALVARY APOSTOLIC CHURCH 38 W. Greenwood Ave. Columbus, Ohio Salvation A Spiritual Food For the For the Lost Saved Amliated -- United Pentecostal Church, Inc. SERVICES Sunday School ..,. ,,...... . , . 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship .... .... , 10:45 A. M. Evangelistic .........., 8:00 P. M. Bible Study-Tuesday .......,.,.. 8:00 P. M. Praise and Testimony-Thursday , . . . . , . 8:00 P. M. Young People-Saturday ..,.,.,,..,... ., . 8:00 P. M. Prayer MeetingseTuesday of Thursday ..,..... .. . 9:30 P. M. G. C, Chambers, Pastor 1 IRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH J.T. WARREN, Pastor Location: Corner of Canfield and Melba Gladewater, Texas Services: nday School . . . 10:00 A-M nday lorship. .A. . . 11:00 A-M nday Evangelistic . . 7:30 P.l dnesday Bible Study . 1:30 P.M iday Young Peop1e's . 7:30 P-M ji PEACE TABERNACLE II22 No. Main St. Baytown, V V.A. GUIDROZ, PASTDR Bids the class of 'SI GOD SPEED Service schedule V Thursday night Bible Study .... 7230 Sunday church ................. 9:45 Sunday Morning Worship ....... 11:00 Sunday Pentecostal C0nquerors.6:30 Sunday Evening Service .... ..7:30 Complimfnfs of 4 East First Street ' SPENCER, IOWA SERVICES Sunday School A .4...... . .. .... 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship ..... .... 1 1:00 A. M. Evangelistic Service ...... 7:30 P. M. Wed, Y. P. Meeting ......... .. . 8:00 P. M. Rev - Fri. Prayer, and Preaching ............. 8:00 P. M. 'They shall speak of the Glory of thy kingdom, andshall talkof thy power.' PSALMS 145111 Texas P.u. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Geo. P. Dain "Open Door Apostolic Mission" 205 Brown St. Charleston W.Va. and MRS. B. G. ENTSMINGER ....... founder and pastor Church Calendar Sunday- Sunday School ........... l0:OO A.M. Evangelistic Service .... 7:45 P.M. Wed.--- Prayer-Bible Study ...... 7:45 P.M. Fri.--- Young People's Service.. 7:45 P.M- RADIO PROGRAM Personality Station: W.K.N.A.--950 on dial Heard Every Sunday l:30 P.M. CDMPLIMENTS of Faith Tabernacle A.T. woken, Pastor Pont ARTHUR, TEXAS CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE SENIOR CLASS or 1951 From The Kinzie Evangelistic Party PLYMOUTH, INDIANA PATRICIA lcQUEEN REV. FRED KINZIE PAHELLA ICQUEEN MRS. PRED KINZIE BETHEL TABERNACLE The Church CASSANDBA KINZIE "Preaching the Living Word to a dying wor1d.n fUnited Pentecostal Churchl Thomas Blvd. at Shreveport Avenue I Complinwnts nf United Pentecostal Church that prmclws what the Bible teaches" SERVICES Sl-11'1dGYi Mid-Week Bible School .. 9:45 A. M. Tuesday Bible Study .... .,.. 8 :00 P. M. Devotional . .. ...., 11:00 A. M. Friday Pentecostal Evangelistic .. 7:00 P. M. Conquerors ..,,...,,. ,,,, 8 :OO P, M, Sargent Ave. Rev. Oscar Vouga Pastor and Sherbrook Sf. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Compliments of MIDWAY TABERNACLE 464 Pierce Street St. Paul 4 Mmm OUR NEW CHURCH ll0ME The former Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Corner Victoria and Hagiie 2 Church Board S.G.Norris fChairmanl Paul Ahlstrand Rudolph Bowe Louis Brigley George Bye David Carr Paul Cook I S. G. Phone: MI. 5829 k Allan Ellis Wendell Gleason Arnold Johnson Charlie Johnson Edwin Larson Albert Newstrand NORRIS, Minister Res. Phone: MI. 1946 Rev and Mrs h I1 Compliments to the Compliments of CLASS OF 1951 Evangelist Doyle and Faith S ' , pears aio Wheelis sr. CALVARY GOSPEL CHURCH W. Monroe,La. Madison, Wisconsin 1009 W. 9th St. Marion, Ind "C0d'.v Blfssings on i4.B.I." THE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Cochrane, Wis. "For we are labourers togzther with God." l Cor. 320. COLBY L, CHURCHILL, Pastor UNITED PENTECOSTAL APOSTOLIC GOSPEL CHURCH 482 Richland Ave., Athens, Ohio REV. G. H. MARTIN, Minister SERVICES Sunday School." ------ 10:00 A Y. P. Service - - - 7:30 P Evening Worship - - - 8:00 P Wednesday Bible Class - - 8:00 P Congratulations to the class of l 9 5 1 FIRST unlrso Psnrscosnl. cuuncn iw me Ms 0 . A 3. A1 I X, .MLA5n. yd -Wwsw. A A -. - 5-ggggiw y f G Qgwa I 5 WM: . A I 51. .,, Qsgmx fu , Q ew: 3 gg QW 1 . Q viii? 4 9 K as We 1 ,5 5 We I, 9, , ',A.VN -,': "The church that preaches what the Bible T 5 ":" t e a c h e s . ' ' ,,.' We 4 G 0 S P E L S E R V I C E S zz- 1" s u n d a y s e u o o 1 1 o : 0 o A . M . QW? lorsh ip and preaching 112 0 0 A . M. gf' Y o u n g p e o p 1 e s s e r v 1 c e 6 : 0 0 P . M . 3.22 -"-, Evangelistic 7:00 P.M. 2 ' x'e' ' "',h llnussnur Prayer and Bible lessons 7:30 P.M. FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH DE QUINCY, LA. A L L REV. ALVIN D. VARNADO, Pastor LLOYD RIGMAIDEN, S. S. Supt. LA VELLE COOLEY, Y. P. Leader WELCO Compliments of BANGOR GOSPEL TABERNACLE 26 North Main Street BREWER, MAINE '6The Friendly Churchu SERVICES Sunday School ...AA...,. .... . . , , . ,...4.......... ..,, 1 :30 P.M. Mrs. Retta Snow, Superintendent Worship ...,... ..,...V...............,,............, .,.. 2 : 30 P.M. Sunday Evening ,,....,. ..,. 7 :30 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study ,.4... .... 7 :30 P.M. Friday Young Peoples Night ................,.....,............ 7:30 P.M. First Tuesday of each month is Missionary Meeting Pastor's residence: REV. T. ALTON STEWART, R. D. No. 4 BANGOR, MAINE The World at Ils Worst, Needs the Church Ai Its Best T. ALTON STEWART, Pastor Congratulations to the class of 1 9 5 1 --.,....,..-1.-.s..v.......w,.,..-.. -,-.-,-....,m.s . ..,.,,.. .. . - W.,. ...s,..,. . ,..., Y we.-. -,-.H .,.,.-.w M.. .. ., ,..,.t..,.,,,-W. v V - f---vamp -ss U--W.. - p 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 . . . . . . . . ..... . .8300 P. M. Thur. Evangelistic ........,...,,,... .. .,........ 8:00 P. M. "How excellent is Thy loving kindness, O God! therefore the children of men put their trust under the shadow of thy wings." Psalm 36:7 Residence: 101-03 So. Elliott Pl. BKLYN. 17, N.Y. Phone: ST. 3-3166 . COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS State Pentecostal Conquerors Rev. and Mrs. Karl Schweiger ILLINOIS I99 Coleman St. Belleville, Ontario Rev. Calvinkigdon, President canada Christian Greetings in Jesus, Name to all the STUDENTS AND THE FACULTY, ot the Apostolic Bible Institute From the l'Bilole lands" Evangelist This year again l plead with all the saints of I God, the nation over, to praylor our nation- l -, Wide revivals, as we go about preaching the Full Gospel ol our Lord and Saviour. REV. IOSEPH D. URSHAN, Post Office Box l248 Pensacola, Pla. ..- - 5.1.4, . .. .qi - .-gi..- ...A -,..3,.4,,,, ,AA ,,,,,,,...,,. ...- .. ,,,,.,..4, .X.. A ......-.,.V - - ..,,--.- Compliments to the SENIORS OF' 1951 " And without controversy great is the mystery of Godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified the spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory. I Timothy 3:16 I EvANcEL1s1' ouvsn spsncsn 464 Piercest. St. Paul 4.Il1nn. Compliments of EVANGELISTS GREATER MIDVIAY eosrsl. TABERNAcLE CHARLOTTE 410-I2 So. Irorwood Drive and MISHAWAKA, INDIANA ,A RUTLEDGE y Sunday School ---- Sunday --------- 9:30 A.M. 'udy to show Evangelistic ----- Sunday ---- --- 7:00 P. M. Bible study ------ Wednesday - ----- 7:30 P.M. elf approved" larghip ----.-- .-. Friday --,--- --, 7:30 P.M. I Tim. 2:15 Y.P. Prayer Band - Saturday ------- 8:00 P.M. i AGLOI IITH EVENING RED or APos'r0L!c SUNSET G. B. ROIE, PASTOR "' 112 Monongoihelic Avenue at :::. ,...:::: , K ig - ': f ' MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA :'.Vf1:Qf ley I V sunday School ,,,....,..,: :,.,:, 1 0100 AM, 3 ',.:' ' V:'W Q I f." . A ::": 1 '-': Norwood F. Duhn, Supt. ,.:,, b:. Evening Evangelistic .,..,... . . , . , 7:30 PM. N 1 cvv if y',.:A nzybynu Tuesday Bible Study I , .. , 7:30 P,M. zzz Friday Youth Meeting . . , ,. 7:30 P.M. 4 ,:.V- V ,,iy,,: ..:i " ::: f f i 1',- If . f "0 rome, let us worshl p and bow down ,' lvf us lemfvl Imforw Ihr, Lord our mulcrfr." Psalms 05:6 Q90 'Q 2 Ni vig 4:3 ' 2 3 , .- :-iff-1IuI:. :f W. -- A Q - 5'U,:,.,1Q-x ,yy ,, f I 'W-'Fizz . is .212-' ' ' i' .:s" fQQfw2"-2:2351 V :iv 'e J - 'f :hiss-' fe 1' ' . X' 1 . Z1 .f,:,.,. ,.: .:.:::5s-::- L' , " ef 2.f'fw- :H V-Q 2 , ,, ff '- g.f'fEbil',. 6 he 0 ' - QMS if ll' I " ,- ff". 'ii 1 A 1, - V, 0 ::E'::E3.lv:-'iQ:1 - . f- "9 " Q si: ' -2: -155 : T. 13 -::i::EE: 51' Q: 'Y L E' ' . ' .511-I l-W -- ,


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