Asbury Theological Seminary - Seminarian Yearbook (Wilmore, KY)

 - Class of 1954

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For some 25 years Mrs. Larabee served the Seminary as the right arm of strength to her husband, the late Dean F . H . Lara- bee . During those and ensuing years, she has linked her loyal- ties to Asbury Seminary and world missions. Her home is a veritable missionary center, beautified with obiects from many lands. To and from her home pass hundreds of letters yearly to Asbury graduates around the world . She has often sponsored prayer groups to pray for this worldwide minis- try. Now, a Wilmore resident, her bright, sprightly presence often graces our campus' bringing cheer and great blessing . We are thankful to God for Mrs . Larabee, who is typical of what Asbury Seminary stands for. We pay tribute to her, the one who has won the affectionate title of "Seminary Mother." 2 . if 8 f 51" 5. Q .jwl ogafdg 5 1 'rr .Sw CLQ Q , if aff sfh , ' ff'- . sv? J' K L A .' . ,, xg. K vo px' f h . :J H v.,'3't:'-g-Jigs' .476 if 1' ' a -, ei' A wi , n , -qi ,oo . , .rw ',, ?"?:.. l aw, Q ai.: y 4.4 'W '52 f , A , -! ' 1,501 X M 4 t l x., .,,-,I . 11" ' . 'ibn' X45 x QL C. D.. Asbury Seminary is a door. . .a door flung open . . .opportunity for preparation. . .a guide to a Spirit-Filled life and ministry. The door opens to life. . .striving. . .toiling. . . hope. . .faith . . .passionate giving. . .winning others to Christ and always a life of direction . Of all doors, Christ is the only Door of Salvation . He is the Door of Promise. . .the one Door of Eter- nal Life. 4 N. rx F- 5 ' D M l W Q , , -l 11 Iii I- -.-I 11' lil SHUI ji -HI - -- IT3 - 11 --F wg! Y --- rin 31- lnlt U :ill 1 1 1 lil ? S1- 11I H, , 7, 11 lil ' --- I-I ---I IDI Z -1- il M -- li 1 """"' Q11 11l f -- Ill -jj --I -!-4 l---I lin -1' 1 1 -1- ii 11l I 4 1, l Ill I 1 ill -jj Dil Si! Gil l-- -1 1-- Q I I I-D1 QCD Dil Q il H- -- -il Q jg ra 11 '--1 QQI 4-4. .. MQW , Q n IHHIIHIR F1 1 FSE-Q v 9 + .hx 3, . f ag. ' W:':'A X' ,t js.. 1 F' A i 1- n f 4 ,I uf ,- IIAYM fi -4 f U., X 424 G R 9 4 3 .h i T X A f 1 YQ' eb.-Q an 1 Q, k ,L ' J h Vu gn , .L 7 1 ,gs A -u . Q, df . jg. lg, 1 A ,z ,E J 4 v' v 5 i 5' ,Li :w w- X, 42' . V -nlf!"""g SHAllBlSAVHl 5! N: . , .-'X' 1? V 45 YWNQ gf' SHAH lllll Il H IIMPA bil' ADMINISTRATION BUILDING Ji an S fS2L00f ESTES MEMORIAL CHAPEL Q0 Vu, Z rg f A A ' 'HA-' Q "1 e.3?'? A Rc?'Q,2wA:,2,,,r. Y N I sa' ",.,j'TZiA'f'1i" F Side Entrance 23? , s,,,,,,6 ,dl ,'.4"'f4,"?,,,f' V' ' -Qi Af ,w-V33 A ., N" LARABEE-MORRIS HALL BETTY MORRISON APARTMENT BUILDING 'Ti 'FF' ur IQ-ediclenf DR. J. C. MCPHEETERS t ,' ' I 1 ax The distinctive characteristics of our institution may be summarized in the inclusive word, personality. Asbury Seminary can lay claim to personality on the basis of her historic heritage, academic standards, her high level of spiritual emphasis, and the international aspect of her student body. The remarkable progress which the Semin- ary has made has been under the banner of holiness emphasis. During this school year we have witnessed the consummation of another maior achievement, the completion and dedication of the Seminary Chapel. About the altar and in the prayer room of this chapel we expect to witness the continual manifestations of God's power in mak- ing thisinstitution one of the speerheadsin a great spiritual revival in the present age . J . C . McPheeters 12 ur eau u QQ" Q YQ l T' 5"""' DR. W. D. TURKINGTON Thirty Happy Years "The Door." What a splendid theme for the 1953 yearbook of Asbury Theological Seminary. The door of this graduate school of theology stands wide open to admit qualified, God-called young men and women of every nation who are desirous of obtaining a training that will equip them for vital Christian service. That door in- vites to such training is a spiritually warm environment where one may not only Find the best in intellectual equipment, but also at the same time find rich and satisfy- ing experiences of grace. But this door opens out also to the "white harvest fields." Out through this door are going well-trained, Spirit-filled men and women who shall be continually fulfill- ing the Great Commission . W. D. Turkington 13 .fgclminififrafion grin. 1 V A fb?-N L, MRS. A. HILLMAN, Bookkeeper MRS. A. MARSH, Assistant GE! BUSH-'ess M MRS. L. HAUGSTAD, Registrar 14 Qnflger CARL F. ASHE H. H. MCAFEE ROBERT O. FRALEY daififanfd fo fke lgrefiiclenf W. M. ARNETT, Alumni Pres., J. H. GREENLEE, Sec'y. The Alumni Association represents 867 graduates in 42 states, 30 foreign countries, 25 denominations, and T4 mission boards. The Association, headed by Dr. Arnett, meets annually at Commencement time in Wilmore . Their periodical, "Voice ofthe Alumni, " is edited by Dr. Greenlee, Secretary, with Dr. Ar- nett's assistance . UA. umni J.50Cl.d fion Seminary Alumni Abroad r 4 lv'-t FANNIE FAYNE BONNIE GILMER ERNIE ASKINS Hostess Nurse Dietitian ROBERT SCOTT Superintendent of Buildings We Siu f NATALI Lu E GOR CILLE GRAVQSOZI, se,,.y to P I ecly. fo' De res Uh MARY 8. HERB NEWLAND Bookstore Managers , 'VW it . 1 F ' V , 3 f . 1 Q V Q . il ' fi ' lg Waiters--Hill, Lyons, Mason, Nicholas. Kitchen Staff--Shyrock, Shakelford, Wells, Askins My lndoors and out of doors the staff of Asbury Seminary works steadily, sometimes quietly, and always efficiently. The kindness and friendliness of those who serve in so many significant and sometimes overlooked tasks have won a warm place in the heart of everyone for these who labor so well . Maintenance--Florence, Scott, Goodlet, Library Staff--Warnock, Spicer, Oman, Schultz, Thompson, Wells. Lamb, Henderson, Bowen. , a, 1:1-Hires? lk "1 Douglas Fraley, Treas. g Robert Haslam, Vice Pres. g Clyde Van Valin, Pres.g Arlene Clyde, Sec'y. 9 Elmore Clyde, Ath. Dir.g Robert Knowlton, Chaplain. .giuclenf Mal? Cadinef The Student Cabinet functions as the central government of the student body. Much like its national counterpart, it rep- resents the leadership of various phases ofsocial and polit- ical activities. Representing the political phases are the President, titular head of the governing processes, the Sec- retary who records the progress and achievements of those processes, and the Treasurer, dispenser of funds according to the established economy. Representing the social phases are the Athletic Director who plans and leads the athletic program, the Chaplain who heads student religious services, and the Vice President who directs planning of the student social activities. This team co-ordinates all these phases of student life . 18 ls- r ,ull , .ii g . 11 ,Mtg l I l' -f qt G- f kk f wx., ,, 'i H., gh?-e f f ' ' sstxvs f . 3 f' i ia It TT 4 sfrs if ,r't Pfeslodenfrq STUDENT GOVERNMENT The student body opens and closes 'Y democratic doors to student govern- X ment. Nominations are by student 'VE' y petitions,and election is determined by preferential ballot. ln addition, each class elects its own representa- tives to the Inter-Group Seminary Committee. Student body meetings are held at least quarterly in which each student has an equal voice and vote. cgnfer - roula eminarg ommiffee The Inter-Group Seminary Committee has been organized as a steering committee for the purpose of joint consideration of problems common to the administration and student body. lt is a discussion group where matters of mutual concern are aired and possible solutions suggested by the various groups represented . There are three representatives each from the Board of Trustees, Administration, and faculty combined with nine representatives from the student body, making a committee of eighteen members. STANDING, L to R: B. Samuelson, D. Fraley, R. Bell, M. Murphree, C. VanVa1in. SEATED B. Knowlton, E. Clyde, A. Clyde, Dr. Mason, Dr. Arnett, Dr. Turkington, W. E. Savage, T.D.Crary. ABSENT:Dr, Mavis, Bishop Marston, B. Haslam, AT LEFT: Dr. J. C. McPheeters. El Qs? W. D. TURKINGTON D. D. . Ph. D. ADA B. CARROLL Dean and Professor of New Testament. W, C. MAVIS Th. M., Ph.D. Dean, John Wesley Foundation, and Professor of Pastoral Work. W, M. ARNETT Th. M. . Ph. D. Professor of Doctrine. CLCM B. Mus. Professor of Music and Speech. J. HAROLD GREENLEE M. A. , Ph. D. Professor of New Testament Greek. i WILLARD R. HALLMAN B. Mus. Professor of Church Music. HAROLD C. MASON LL. D. , Ed. D. Professor of Christian Education. Z0 GEORGE A, TURNER S.T.M.. Ph.D. Professor of English Bible. RUTH A. WARNOCK M. A. , M. L. S. Catalogue: . HAROLD B. KUHN S.T.M.. Ph.D. Professor Philosophy of Religion GEORGE H. LIVINGSTON B.D., Ph.D. Professor Old Testament. -'IFIW JAMES D, ROBERTSON A. M. , Ph. D. Professor of Applied Theology. DELBERT R, ROSE D.D., Ph.D. Professor of Doctrine and English Bible. HOWARD F. SHIPPS Th. M. , Ph. D. Professor of Church History. SUSAN A. SCHULTZ B.S. 1nL.S., M.L.S. Librarian. X . 5 ,a Ea 'Zi 1 4 1, -1 P? m ' . he J 95 ,H KJ'-,. 's EA, 11: .Eb "Pi .X :1 X: y Q 'fx 9 5 gag j K 4 Q H '1 L Sim ml 4 9 5: K' r Q l PAUL L, AMSTUTZ ANCEL H. ARNOLD ROSCOE E, BELL B.D .... RO. 8:28 B.D .... II.Tim.4:2 B.D .... Eph. 2:8 GENEVIEVE BLOWERS LLOYD E, CHRISTLER ARLENE CLYDE M.R.E .... RO. 8:28 B.D .... RO. 8:28 M,R,E ,,,, LCQ1- 2,9 M0 GRADUATION DAY M., 'cure urwwrzm Nl'DlTORlI"-1 Y in ,WnMwi,,,, vu ELMORE L. CLYDE ROBERT CRANSTON BERTRAM CROOP B.D .... Ps. 48:14 B.D .... Jn. 3:17 B.D .... Acts 16:31 WAYNE DUDEN IRA L. FETT JOHN FRISKE B.D .... RO. 5:9 B.D .... II.C0r. 7:1 B.D .... LIU. 1:9 A LITTLE HELP WANTED amor ? .LT ,ke LAWRENCE W. GEORGE GRACE ELIZABETH HARRIS B. D. . . .John 16:33 B. D. .... Psalm 37:5 WILLIAM HOFFMAN JAMES HOLMES B.D. ...John 7:37 B.D. ....I1 Tim. 1:7 Canadian Transplants 25 ROBERT HASLAM B. D .... II T1m. 2:2 FAY JOHNSON B. D. .... Zech 4:6 nior ROGER JOHNSON DONALD JOY R. L. KIRK B. D. .... Gal. 2:20 B. D. .... Gal. 4:20 M. R. E. .... Ps. 1:1 EUGENE v. LAMB MILDRED M. LEATHERMAN JACK LOGAN B. D. HEBREWS 12:6 M. R.E ..... Psalm 16:11 B. D. .... MATT. 6:33 Displaced Parsons 1 - . V-,LLh if 5 LWA, . Q- - ' if ' Aw. A - If ' f Q I .M :IS I ROBERT WILLIAM LYONS JAMES L. MASON ITHIEL VIRJIBHAI MASTER B. D. .... Rom. 4:20-21 B. D. .... Psalm 84: II B. D. .... Rom. 14: I7 MARSHALL MURPHREE HERBERT LINCOLN NEWLAND MILO NUSSBAUM B. D. .... Psalm 1:2 B. D ..... John 14:13 B, D ..... . Rom. 5:1 HlLL'S CLASSROOM TECHNIQUES wwf RUTH OMAN PONG NANG PARK D. ALDEAN PITTS B.D. .... Rom. 12:1 B.D. . . .12:24 B.D. ..... I John 3:1 OSCAR C. POOLE WARREN IACOB SHERMAN KENNETH N. SHOW M.R. E. . . . Rom. 12:2 B. D. . . . Proverbs 3:4-5 B. D. . . . Prov. 3:5-6 LO "Don'f stand there dean, do something! lill urn m ig I A HERMAN K. SIEDER RICHARD E. SPROWL ROLAND I. STEWART B. D. . .. Colossians 2:6 B. D. .... John 16:13 B. D. ...Isaiah 26:3 LUTHER R. STOKES JAMES H. TAYLOR JOHN O. TURNER B. D. PROVERBS 3:5-6 B. D. ... I John 1:7 B. D. . . . Proverbs 3:5-6 Prof. and His Assistant wwf CLYDE VA NVA LIN JOSEPH WA KEFIELD HARRY WILLIA MS B.D. . . NOT PICTURED: Mrs. E.W. Kilboume Mrs Betty Io Murphree wf Matt. 6:33 B.D. . . 1Ir1.1:9 B.D. . . 119:11 Senior not pictured ROBERT LENZ. ALICE COOK JAMES GAYLER AUDITORS Life Without A Wife ,QW - 5 , H ..n.k 5 fx., 1' Xu 1 , X o 1 u fa. - IA' ERNEST LIDDLE NOEL LIDDLE REBECCA K. LIU M. Th. .... Eph. 5:15-21 M. Th. .. Ps. Io8:1,13 M. Th. Is. 36:3 19 oo! giucluafea ISAIAS G. MANAHAN M. Th. ....John12:32 IOAO MIZUKI M. Th. ...Ga1. 2:20 WILLIAM HENRY Moores M. Th. IlTim. 2:15 KARL K. RICE M, Th. Romans 12:1 F, .. YU i i J Q 1 V.-N...,.. ,,,, .. ,... .,. ,, ,A ,W 5 1 2 E Y? ? 2 Ei Q 5 A 1 F Qrd Wm 5' PROF. AND THE LITTLE BROWN JUG. Q H, Toy! , , or Ahfmni Cleon Abbott Timothy Baker Earl Bell Norman Brown James Campbell George Cassis James Couchman Roy Crawford 33 Qin' lor 0 Loxwpop TUQ A ,Eg . X.,., .jf ,X W7 "'L :.. A jg, ala , ' 755' ' X is . Y ,, L5 'ik Sk 1 ii E l 1 l Francis Davis Carl Dickinson Benjamin Edwards Thomas Fornash Douglas Fraley Keith Graham Fletcher Hardy Norma Henderson 34 Wh , ere do BOM? "-F' David Hill V. A. Horney Calvin Johnson Fred l0hr1S0n Willard Jones Rickard Karpal Roy Kenny Robert Knowlton 35 Xghife U WGS P 1-More U59 ' gov Frank Leincke James Long James W. Mason Floyd Miller Oyer Morgan Shirley Morgan Sam Park Arthur Pearce 36 Dorm Pro Yer Meeting WxxfXfxw Mery Melba Quinones J. S. Rathore Merlyn Rensberry Gene Rinkel James Roberson David Ross George Saucier Orin Scandrett 37 o-mano" 1 Memory 1-Sensollonox Omar fllll.lll"'i' NOT PICTURED: Donald Collins Harold French Glenn Nimmer Arno Pratt Ray Snyder :W Richard Schurman Daniel Shudo Harley Siders Robert Smith Roger Smith Donald Spicer Kenneth Stevens James Stevenson 38 Whof' 'S 5. .1 S x I 5 lg lg Q, 2 in f I 'll Yep 'Y . Fl Clancy Thompson Randall Tucker Stanley Walters Lyle Williams Robert Wood Wayne Woodward Richard Wright Ralph Young 39 " Q' at 1 .wx . '. -A a ' Arw "Vot is deese ? " Carroll Brentlinger Robert Bundy Norman Brom Richard Barker Donald Bastian Charles Beahm Mark Berbano Robert Blackburn Wayne Blakely as WY ww WYE Richard Brunk Mark Budensiek Ronald Carter Richard Chambers Ernest Cobbs Ei I iah Cockmcn lvff' Samuel Chen Jerry Colsfen Claude Corbett Howard Donahue David Ducldles William Dupree Harold Cranston Donald Crider Gordon Cromwell Carroll Crosloy Bobby Joe Dennis Elvin DeVone wnlor 5 Ll Yl William Erickson Harry Fegon Albert Folds Morlc George Adrian Grout William Grunclen ivff' Bonnie Gilmer Eorl Horfmon Myron Henry Joel Key Richard King Dwight Knosel Jock Higgins Roy Hilliard John Hughieff Coral Ide Bon Johnson Richard Jones www Steve Levantis Charles Llewellyn Cyrus Lynch James Lyons Alan Marsh Robert Marston wftlorb Norman McCoy John Mendez Charles Mitchell l i Russell Rosscleufscher Roger Rounds Robert Samuelson Thomas Murphy Ted Nicholas Robert Oakley C. S. Philip Mrs. Marykutfy Philip Charles Pinkston 603 lbhd David Saucier Earl Schamehorn Howard Somers James Spear Duane Spiers Eugene Stewart wnwrb Grace Stewart Minoru Tsukamoto Jundo Uzaki JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Scotty Bierley Ronald Bohnenblust Milford Bowen Jack Farley Henry Jones Vernon Sccmdrett Keith Somers Glenn Ziegler 49 Frank Van Valin Calvin Vass Philip Ward Mildred Williams Phyllis Wright Riza Zernov uniora NEW STAFF MEMBER WINTER QUARTER STUDENTS Grove Armstrong Romulo Buchanan Gerald Martin Leonard Martz Delton Meads V. B. Samudre Rev. J. T. Seamands, M.A., B.D. School of Missions SPECIAL STUDENTS Paul Dorsey James McE lwain Kathryn Smith NOT PICTURED Douglas Crowder Bethel Spicer Wayne Fox Gordon Tasker Jerry Furr Raymond Watson Joybelle Haines Esther Johnson Myrtle Lamb F 1- 1 I . RX -Q ""-xkij. rganizafiond HCWO' egfxxi ' go f7Ae SHIIIHHHIHH ,I xi X Bob Haslam, C Ed. EX' ' OPY Lois Leinelce, Ass't. Ed. The staff of the 1954 Seminarian present this book with the hope that the people, places and events it records will always be etched in our hearts and memories. The work has been done with a sort of dedication, that from these pages we shall ever Find inspiration and incentive to take the Gospel everywhere in all its purity. E Mfr ij' Clancy Thompson, Bus. Mgr Dave Hill, Elmore Clyde, 52 Sports Staff ev .gzorf Graaff .SL The unseen work behind the finished product of a yearbook in- volves the co-operation and effort of numbers of students. The entire group does work that includes ed- iting, planning pages, writing copy, proofreading, research, make-up of pages, typing, and many other phases of work. There are many hours of individual work that fill the many units of research and planning. There are also the hours of working together in which, like the old fashioned working bees, everyone working on the Yearbook gathers to complete the output of the various units, meeting dead- lines of the publisher at various in- tervals. The Seminarian photo- graphystaff brightens every T occasion of historical inter- est on the campus . Their Fla s hes record events and places which will ever be rememberedand valued 1 I B K. through their pictorial re- v minders. James Long, Earl Schume- horn, Photo. Ed., Mark Berbano, Roy Kenny -Q Typists: Merlin Rensberry Ronald Bohnenblust 15110 55390 s lnlaillinq 5 TJ' ll' -. I5 lu bl r ,A L il un' . It lllill lie tile' ony, 'flux fl in fp, I .v IJEIFIVV , V msg-1, . lllllrlimxl. nl -nut fi t I I tllg pam.. Hilmt rxitltcomfng ., ' ' Nu-'11 , - will 1, I' suit 'iii rum 4 ' 1 the X X . ,fgmiil H tn .len QUfil'if'f1K.- 491111 made ff' uill ' Ulfliitlc- -. tures fm. h Nlrziinic Ive lim Q I 0 ChiI'I"l'I1. 'Von' '. ng - mils pr' 4 - wit , - I' I1 zliilrli-on E"UIll's 'H " t HI t lil rimur MZ' Ur YI: Jmuiig 'i " for n r urged to rake UDKHTES Sllttakvr V lilo 552115 Hpnn, fy-M lil, N- 'WPI' fiulrm ""', S2011 Chi Honorof The Chi Alpha s in honor of Miss After a lovely A a Wcord fmm in I3 1 -, C 0 Il ld. for the ' ickegs for- rlmpgl pm- Cert may on 'Friday evening, November 6, took the form of a dinner and farewell party session in the small dining hall. the group DEDILL4 7 , L ifcw TES l , PEL R CT ' i Ilfiltbl vtxtu ill 1 HMI I, slum, Wai D 1 1,1 .itll-,-,MUN gi s l ' 'iss- - ' - im -- w Jury 'H I ' 'ul ui tilt- gr Y I - - ltciliwwd Q0 4 until ,,,' . . ' - ininq - , .ir m ,,- . ' fy. . Uaxgy. , U Q. .in - . ., Blslinl, lnikliiiiiinq . ol ,hi IH lg l 1. , 'r eseftl-s sf Nu , 1 , V- itll fr H2 1 ,dist Ch quvtillv Arm W, H uri I1 prism Ilii- , t. 8 - f 'lu' I - . ' ll Nlllmrl :incl von lr- - 4 UH 'lmll' he Chilflll mn f ,,LlL'll rin- fit-rl' est and ltleers 0 I' . i UC , f' Sviniiri. Will 1, mot' Outsta A iswlinll Hr I5 vp. gNtll,5ll'y-5. ""'l4t,, H , ember Cspresenred inndmx . r. 'A ,, H' '. . - c fuirl two zizu1il,Al.ill.url R, llzillml I Program by Asbury IN, Riu., tts, wg., -Il. :Si Th of th 01 H "'l"'s ' ' ' ' 8 event ' 6 1953 ugl'9S pm- in Hu hm schedule 'mpos 8 es A . f 'litist Serie fflmedcdhof fone f udlmh' -In the 'll Mi- , , ,,4, tson y and F 'Ji One 2 me, whel d by vat y ii. Tpgjo, lilc niadf? " y. a rl Idll a stu "fl these pic! to me aut in T "lan-33ers of 1 :mil bqforc Uuniber Cf the dn IYWIIIIR' Singh, A AS IN F t i ,Nw the chapel 9PFf N .exanuef Reid. a missw X . . 1 W... 4,3 ..4ns... The studentnewspaper on the seminary campus is oppropriatelytitled THE SHORT CIRCUIT . This year it has made its circuit of the seminary family on a bi-weekly basis, and has en- deavored to present pertinent news and views to the student body. Copy for THE SHORT CIRCUIT this year has included information regarding current events on both Asbury campuses, and feature articles on facultymembers, students, and student prob- lems. Special attention has been devoted to the newly-formed Inter-Group Seminary Committee, in explaining and promoting this new step in student-seminary relationships. A small corps of efficient writers has served faithfully, helping to make THE SHORT CIR- CUIT newsy and interesting. Regular features which students have come to look for include the sports page, written replete with sports jargon by Dave Hill, and the breezy bits of prose and poetry written by Bob Haslam under the caption of "The Fifth Column." I RE-ACCRlsu..f.- I 4 - 'bu' ,lf ' ' f- ' - ll Ol MISS Bevlns The seminary has recently df Editor iafo A.PHPe'hffgh::,m:,?w:ieekly annual reports to the American thy 0Plm0" pu. hon of Asbury monthly meeting held tion of Theological Schools ., den! Assllcm. e Kenmcl American Association of Sch A STAN WALTERS ,. Seminary. Wllmm' ' ligious Education. Work Editor .... -1 -f'--4-- -'-" -"" Beulah Bevins. the tiiling out of schedules Sports Cdlmf -----' """' """ """ Writers for this issue: I Ronald Bohncnblust. Gru pos ,VI lll lu can Association of looking toward re meal and an business before . .1 ,....t acgllii to RC 5,,,,1.,.f se' "'ei'if!l, I abtorb Week after week students go from Asbury Seminary into outlying areas of Kentucky qnd surrounding states, pastoring from one to four churches. Theirs is the diffi- culttask of discharging pastoral obligations in three days and Seminary obligations in the remaining four. Their record, as both pastors and students, is a tribute to the quality ot the training and character of these men . The burdens they bear in so Christ-like a way foretellsagreat ministry as Asbury alumni . 55 Student Pastors Tom Murphy Donald Bastian BROTHERHOOD MEMBERS Executive: Elmore Clyde, David Hill, Vice-president, Ruth Oman, Sec . -freas., Wayne Woodward, Field Rep- resentafive, Bob Lyon, President. IHY W,,1 W I AT THE PARIS T.B. SANITORIUM QPU 2-0fAe,.A0.,J The Christian Service Brotherhood is astudent organization which seeks places of Christian service throughoutthe surround- ing areas and places students in these opportune places. This year work has been carried on in two jails, two Tuberculosis hospitals, the Greendale reform school, and other places . Many are out regularly under the Brotherhood's program, and many others are used occasionally in special types of partici- pation. The program is based upon our present obligation to serve Christ, and on the premise that we learn best while we actively participate in Christian service. Experience is afford- ed in activities that range from preaching and teaching to sing- ing and testifying. Experience in organizing and leading and co-laboring come as valuable assets to those who take part. Many are converted and encouraged through this ministry which is essentially a sour-winning task. The work lui elf ' REF ORM SCHOOL WORKERS ofthe Brotherhood is one of Asbury's finest ,TTT expression of experiential religion. K .2 1-5 I sg f:??1snFpf?f 4 x JAIL SERVICE LEXINGTON TUBERCULOSIS SANATORIUM pn. - - - - I R 1 I iddionary rayer Huw! Executives: Roger Smith, James Mason, Grace Harris, Ernest Laddle, Genevieve Blowers. :I The Missionary Prayer Band is an organization which seeks to maintain and further the cause of world-wide missionary interest on the campus. It attempts to do this in various ways. The most important wayis through prayer. Each noon 12:30 - 1:00, Tuesday through Friday, students gath- er to hear prayer requests from missionaries. They then go to their knees in prayer. They welcome prayer requests for missionaries at home and abroad . A second aspect of its work is the raising of funds to help alumni and associate alumni who are on the field . Substantial gifts are distributed among several missionaries each quarter. Usually Si,000 or more per quarter is raised for this purpose. Other projects, such as clothing for needy Koreans, are sponsored from time to time. The M.P.B. also endeavors to present the need for missionaries with the prayer that many students will be called . A REMINDER OF MISSIONS ..-'N-rN..X..K..k.g,x,x-X-SEX MAKINGA M.P.B. PLEDGE snrsusz i . ' y ,.i. o g i MFE 'E an 58 Im., 'VNTEMT Chapel Appeal -.vw "' ' Foreign Students Announcements .KJJN 5 After Noon Prayer Meeting fi 5 . Prayer Meeting Speaker -1 f . .M-.-.-id, Executive: Gene Lamb, Pres., Dr. Arnett, Advisor: Robert Samuelson, Sec. -treas.g Dick Wright, Vice-pres. 744efA0cb5f jeffowa L79 T" X W,-i A4 The Asbury Methodist Fellowship was born in a prayer meeting, in January of 1949. When several Methodist students felt that by organizing a fellowship all of the Methodist students could be better assisted in meeting problems posed by trends in Methodism today. A primary objective is to withstand any theological trend which denies the following: The Deity of Christg the Vicarious Atonement, the Bodily Ressurrectiong the Second Coming of Jesus Christy the Authority of the Scriptures, as the infallible rule of faith and practice. Another major objective is to place in the hands ofthe members materials and programs that will assist them in maintaining the Wesleyan emphasis and an evangelicalministry, and to hold meetings in whichimportant men and leaders of the Methodist Church share their experiences for the purpose ofencouraging Methodist students in Asbury Seminary to meet the challenge of today. METHODIST FELLOWSHIP MEETING DR. OGLE, SPEAKER I fl , I at.-::,:z:. 'H ' . , mv-'sf' I ,i . I .. I . , v f, 1 .4 X eo JOAN md Gy ouncla fion FOUNDATION BUILDING Fa ,M I I Vespers Committee: Dr. Mavis, Dr. Turner, Roscoe Bell, Dick Sprowl. N-Q1 fi I I I ,Q , D. 'rr . we W-at wr. a fm: Seven years ago, in response to a growing demand within the Free Methodist Church for seminary training, Asbury ex- tended its welcome for the denomination to establish a foundation in affiliation with the Seminary. Since that time more than 70 students preparing for varying types of Christian service have graduated from the Seminary. During the academic year 62 students have been enrolled. The program of the Foundation has been under the direction of Dr. W. C. Mavis since its inception. Dr. Mavis, in ad- dition to his regular teaching load, has served as counselor for the Foundation students. Drs. Mason, Turner, and Livingston have also rendered valuable support to the program. The Foundation House is maintained with a growing library, most of which is in the field of Methodist development and thought. Other activities of the Foundation include a weekly prayer service, Susannes, social gatherings, and sponsorship of the Sunday evening Vespers. JAMES AND LEONE TAYLOR, CUSTODIANS VESPERS 61 SEMINARY CHORUS l M54 THE KlNG'S MEN Clancy Thompson Harold Erenclfm Donald Joy Frank Von Volln THE KlNG'S MESSENGERS Ron Carter Don Collins Keiflm Somers Bob Cranston '40 DR. HALLMAN, CHOIR DIRECTOR Asbury Seminary has witnessed these past two years a remarkable transformation of its music program. Under the leadership of Dr. Hall- man the Seminary Singers and Chorus have emerged into major prominence in the quality of their production . The Ministers' Conference was thrilled by the singing of these groups. The tour of this year's Seminary Singers swung through the South, blessing thousands with their ministry of music . Quartettes, as well, have toured the surrounding area throughout the year singing and preaching with gratifying results. R l .am . Ai .. .0 . CHI ALPHA MEMBERS Cllr ,amd Chi Alpha, "Christ First", is a Seminary organization for women students and full- time employees. Its purpose is to provide opportunities for developing Christian lead- ership, cultural advancement and personal friendship. The organization meets once a month for business, culture, and fellowship. The meetings have followed the theme, "The Christian Lady". Topics have included, "The Oriental Lady", "The Indian Lady", "The Latin American Lady", and "The European Lady". Friday morning prayer meetings are led by various members of the group. The group has taken part as well in several mis- sionary proiects . RACHEL SAINT, MISSIONARY FROM PERU SPEAKS TO CHI ALPHA isa J 'SWIM iuezi H Wives of Seminary and College stu- dents meet monthly for periods of rec- reation, devotion, and edification. The high pointof the year is the Student Wives Banquet which husbands and faculty couples from both schools attend. Mrs. James Holmes served as president and was assisted by an able staff. Q H , .i AGA :ggiq .... s .xg R,-s T . -e.h, yi' T Mahi e X ' ameri ociefy The Asbury Seminary Dames was organized in the fall of I946. Women connected with the faculty and full time ad- ministrative staff are eligible-for membership. lts purpose is to provide opportunity for the cultural and spiritual advance- ment, fellowship and the furtherance of the Seminary program . Monthly meetings are held, with varied themes and motifs . This year the Dames society being interested in the students, provided a tea at the first of the year to acquaint the students with each other. The reception, sponsored by the Dames, following the Dedication of Estes Chapel was the high point of this year's activity. PICTURED AT LEFT-EXECUTIVE:MrS. H, Greenlee, Historiang Mrs, D. Rose, Sect, g Mrs, W, Turkington, Pres,g Miss L. Graves, Treas. KABSENTJ-Miss A. Shultz, Vice-Pres. Mrs. Turkington conducting o regular monthly meeting. .5 sf' V 1" 1, , Broad seminary activity opportunities range from athletic and social recreation to religious and aesthetic events. Throughout all activities, amidst the appreciation and enioyment, is the constantsense of Christian comradeship and devotion beautifying all relationships . .x4cfiuifie6 . al' A 5 GET-ACQUAINTED PARTY Above: Roasting Morshmallows Right: Dr. J. C. McPheeters dents. welcoming the new stu se ts " 4. d dministrationfete Each Fallfacultyan a the new students with an outdoor get- acquainted party. This ice-breaking event ' e ear's program. the tone for the entlr y Dr. C. I. Armstrong presents Estes Chapel to Bishop W. T. Watkins. Fulfilling the vision and labor of years, the Seminary's new Estes Chapel was dedicated as the high moment of the Minister's Conference. Dedicated debt-free, the Chapel housed a ca- pacity crowd of dignitaries and donors who had seen the impossible come true. The message of dedication was delivered by Bishop Watkins of the Louisville area of the Methodist Church. None present will forget that hour of triumph . Reception Following Dedication Xx i ,- A y.: .U 1,68 2. ggi? KLLIIQQK :Dechcafion s 0 Q lnlfftefff on efeflfe Bishop Marshall Reed, J. T. Seamands Dr. Paul S. Rees 69 Dr. Harold Paul Sloan This year'sMinister's Conference, witnessing the dedication of Estes Chapel, brought to our campus the greatest number of visitors ever to gather for such a conference. Visitors and stu- dents together were blessed and enriched by the deep and challenging messages brought by Bish- op Reed, Dr. Paul Rees, and Dr. Paul Sloan. Classrooms were turned into dormitories and the dining room overflowed. There were happy re- unions with alumni for former years. The Semi- nary's music groups reached a new high as they blessed the Conference with their singing. Both ministers and students returned to their tasks with renewed vigor and blessing. Q fl. mcelafion xx f The Faculty Reception each fall quarter features the personal handshake of every student with each faculty and staff mem- ber. New students are introduced by re- turning students, and treated to a program of welcome. Dr. J. C. McPheeters welcomes Mrs. C. lde to the Asbury family. was VM . .. .1 n- sg. an I -Uhr 2, i . 'K ,. .Q -n" '.. .H . W new ln. at " ' --'M IQ' ...k A.,..l,v at R A A 7,,.i1A vf mi ,AQ .11 A ,f-A .,. s 'Q ,M i , -r 4 -- 3 .. -i 2 "' A-ng: 3'-' K 5 1-.i,..'bf VL KM I A ,Q v 5 , ,ts Z, Q n , is irguf sf. 6, V A . ,rx 4, M A ,Wy Q-L , if n- hs. n Q l l .H 5 ' V "nf - ,L 3 if-,gf - Qg.mx.. aski'f,,o ij we , ,W ,, time . A " ,., if 'hw.:'2', .-,, , l ".-:I-his . f.. A ' , 'P ' 4, 'W W ,rrp-it My 'm fi.. -1 Q ' - if 'i -5 -' . ,-f' Iv "' "fifth 'ff' """W' ' 'Wu' " V ' , 1. qivxigi v ' ,i .1""l TQ . 1' 1 'H-A 1"f"""' . ' ' P-f-:lt " ' V -1 f Y I . . - . ,Q I . . .-aw" J" fi- ki u ,li 4' 'Y' 9- fa i SUNDAY COMMUNION SERVICE en 5 0 l"ea ' l?f z Fall and spring find Daniel Boone Camp inhabited by bearded, bookless Asburians. Deep spiritual blessing en- hances and overshadows the unlimited recreational pro- gram . Those who attend once never miss again . . , J '4-.1 ' XA ? NO HAT SHORTAGE A cya! oween puffy Following the theme "Screams in the Night" the party was high-lighted by costumes gay and grotesque. Fun included the unique spook coll- ing contest. Most enthusiastic in appreciation were the foreign students who attended. Bob and Bernice Knowlton, costume winners AT RIGHT: Friends at the Beird House A.-. u v GETTING READY T: li he Q wanfine parfy Over 150 students and faculty joined together in the festival of the throbbing heart, held in the spacious basement of Estes Chapel. Whole families enioyed the evening's festivities amid c reati ve and colorful decorations. Dr. Kuhn bats in a Relay Race 11 i T.W.A. Wilmore to London in 30 seconds. W -4 .. Lunch Line Leaders Passing a Hot Orange ., ,,,.g.. r CHANTICLEERS QUARTET How lovely to see Christian young people, married and unmarried, sharing the enioyment of programs of cultural beauty and refinement. The Artist Series pro- grams have brought forth the best in social graces of those "stepping out" for the occasions. Semi-formal and Sunday attire reflect the finest in social taste. Other social activities have included Sunday evening Singspirations and other programs of varying types. Faculty and studentshave mingled in a type of fellow- ship which is an outstanding Christian testimony. .xgrfirif .giriefi ,ff - XY NGDCy Carr, SoprQfl0 I! - 5 1 sf:-,Yi . v.i,5's, ' ' :.P'1rNzb. Tdfif, 5-1533 H 'I . T Asburions listen fo Mr. Gilmore authority on Russia, of U. K. colese UfT1. .xgrfiaf Sriea 4O'rh Wedding Anniversary S 155 55 gin .Q ft i Ui if , if f e o ,wa j i g Ma' 1 'P if Coach Ross Observes Vern Vollies POW' Elmore Clyde, Afh. Mgr. 5 1 John Hughletf throws Murphy's Got It 77 46 . elflew W 0 A i ms ' ,091 5 I 5 nan . 7 , 'Q fu 2: Clif Smith gets if away. I XCUSSE steals The show. ' V has 3 C . ,nv ,-.-.- , ...- ' f,jg,, 1 3 -' . ,, X 0' v '-me S' Ya ,A 41 64 2 fs, Q G' , wsu-ai A 'W 4' ":'?"' til? ,f Ev-fa ' , Sw 1 s ,431 Suspense - ' --M ggglii-. .vm ,N -05,4 as qw QM!-' it ik F ,4?g,,1f L .airs K :K tiawyq X, -Q 4, 6 2F?l'fQ4:S""'S1'P, - f k Q-'W k?fKi2ii':i' ' -,Q W ,af 2'l,X A tvs., hs-my Q 1 f. I2 QIQJ fiqlod 5 WW H0105 'QVW l'lCtl0:5 FLCLIO5 ,Z 5 a. f 'wmv 1 LE '4 sl x-xi . E 71 1 ff-1 Q if -. YS IQCLIO5 IQCLIOJ FLCLIQZ5 SUJQR ABBOTT, CLEON, 213 Bingham St. , Lansing, Mich. AMSTUTZ, PAUL, Berne, Ind. ARMSTRONG, GROVE, East Otto, N.Y. BAKER, TIMOTHY, 114 Bonner Ave. , Louisville, Ky. BARKER, RICHARD, 1484 18th St, , Detroit, Mich. BASTIAN, DONALD, Rt, 1, Winfield, B.C. Can. BEAHM, CHARLES, Rt. 1, Box 76, Winston, Va. BELL, EARL, 1854 S. Ave., Niagara Falls, N.Y. BELL, ROSCOE, 1650 265th St. , Harbor City, Cal. BERBANO, MARCOS, Tagudin, llocos Sur., Phil. Is. BIERLEY, SCOTTY, 219 Fifth St. , Carrollton, Ky. BLACKBURN, ROBERT, 809 Monticello Ave. , Pontiac, Mich. BLAKELY, WAYNE, Rt. 3, Lyons, Kans. BLOWERS, GENEVIEVE, 63 North St, , Caledonia, N. Y. BOHNENBLUST, RONALD, 316 No. Concord, Minn.. Minn, BRENTLINGER, CARROLL, Rt, 2, Kirkville, N.Y. BROM, NORMAN, 410 No. G. St. , Oskaloosa, Ia. BROWN, JAMES, 416 5th St. SW, Mason City, Ia. BRUNK, RICHARD, 5 Vine St. , Peebles, Ohio BUCHANAN, ROMULE, 21 Mary St. , Evansville, Ind. BUDENSIEK, MARK, Zumbrota, Minn. BUNDY, ROBERT, Rt. 2, Box 498, Elizabeth City, N.C. CAMPBELL, JAMES, 2487 Wel1eslyDrive, Columbus, O. CARTER, RON, 271 Voorheis Rd. , Pontiac, Mich. CASSIS, GEORGE, Tela, Honduras CHAMBERS, RICHARD, 166 N. Mechanic, Cumberland, Md. CHEN, SAMUEL, 109 S. Chungking Rd., Taipei, For- mosa CHRISTLER, LLOYD, Rt. 1, Jenison, Mich. CLYDE, ARLENE, 1639 Globe St. , E. Liverpool, O. CLYDE, ELMORE, 441 Kst. N.E., Auburn, Wash. COBBS, ERNEST, Vallonia, Ind. COCKMAN, ELIJAH, 7 Price St. , Clover, S.C. COLLINS, DONALD, 621 Felder Ave., Montgomery Ala. COOK, ALICE, 303 Johnson St. , Clinton, N.C. CORBETT, CLAUDE, 413 Clifford St. , Portsmouth, Va. COUCHMAN, JAMES, 806 Philadelphia St. , Covington K . CRAYNSTON, HAROLD, 1719 W, First, Sanford, Fla, CRANSTON, ROBERT, 1719 W. First, Sanford, Fla. CRAWFORD, ROY, Rt. 1, Rockbridge, O. CRIDER, DONALD, Bertha, Minn. CROMWELL, GORDON, Rt. 1, Belfast, N.Y. CROOP, BERTRAM, 311 Farm St. , Ithaca, N.Y. CROSBY, CARROLL, 1921 Albany Ave. , Waycross, Ga CROWDER, DOUGLAS, Rt, 1, Concord, Tenn. DAVIS, FRANCIS, 118 Jefferson Ave. , Mineola, N.Y DENNIS, BOBBY JOE, Box 115, Troy, N.C. DEVORE, ELVIN, Box 25, Tabor, Ia. DICKINSON, CARL, 266 Lock St. , Lockport, N.Y. DITTERLINE, JOHN , Lebanon, Ill. DONAHUE, HOWARD, Susquehana, Pa. DORSEY, PAUL, Winchester, O. DUDDLES, DAVID, Box 86, Rt. 1, Excelsior, Minn. DUDEN, WAYNE, Bronson, Fla. DUPREE, WILLIAM, Rt, 3, Americus, Ga, EDWARDS, BENJAMIN Rt. 1, New Burlington, O, ERICKSON, WILLIAM, 221 Hanover, Belding, Mich. FARLEY, JACK, 514 West Second St, , Dayton, O, f lirecforg FEGAN, HARRY, Rt. 1, Augusta, Ky, FETT, IRA, 202 South Euclid, Marissa, Ill, FOLDS, DWIGHT, 215 Jewell St, , Wilmore, Ky. FORNASH, THOMAS, 1204 Holman St, , Covington, Ky. FOX, WAYNE, 121 Missouri St, , Charleston, Mo, FRALEY, DOUGLAS, 5220 16th St. , S. , Minneapolis, Minn, FRENCH, HAROLD, 900 N. Hobart Blvd. , Los Angeles, Cal, FRISKE, JOHN, 205 Park Place, Dowagiac, Mich. FURR, JERRY, Box 29, Pascagoula, Miss, GAYLOR, JAMES, Rt. 1, Box 1132, Lake Worth, Fla, GEORGE, LAWRENCE, 4717 Terrace Q., Birmingham, Ala. GEORGE, MARK, Rt, 1, Mingo Junction, O, GILMER, BONNIE, 2904 No, 50, Lincoln, Nebr, GRAHAM, KEITH, 509 N. "O" St., Pensacola, Fla, GROUT, ADRIAN, 3205 S. Main St. , High Point, N.C. GRUNDEN, WILLIAM, 143 Beechwood Ave, , Mt. Ver- non, N. Y. HAINES, JOYBELLE, 919 N. Hobart Blvd. , Los Angeles, Cal. HARDY, FLETCHER, Rt. 6, Danville, Va. HARRIS, GRACE, Box 525, Hinton, W, Va. HARTMAN, EARL, Box 61, Geneva, Ind. HASLAM, ROBERT, 62 W. Cremona, Seattle, Wash. HENDERSON, NORMA, Rt. 1, Box 156, Wonewoc, Wise. HENRY, MYRON, 731 S, Hickory, Centralia, Ill, HIGGINS, JACK, 615 39th St. , Vienna, W. Va. HILL, DAVID, Hadley, N.Y. HILLIARD, ROY, Bantam Ridge, Steubenville, O, HOFFMAN, WILLIAM, 336 W. Lake, Peoria, Heights Ill. HOLMES, JAMES, 608 Highland, N. St., Petersburg, Fla, ' HORNEY, VERNON, Plevna, Kansas HUGHLETT, John, 809 IndianRiverDrive, Cocoa, Fla. IDE, CORAL, 7241 Bingham St. , Philadelphia, Pa, JAMES HENRY, Wilmore, Ky. JOHNSON, BEN, Elva, Ala. JOHNSON, CALVIN, Box 15, Potmd, Va. JOHNSON, FAY, Rt. 2, Hillsboro, Wisc. JOHNSON, FRED, Rt. 1, Vici, Okla. JOHNSON, ROGER, 941 E. North St. , Morris, Ill. JONES, RICHARD, 917 Dickey St., Tarentum, Pa, JONES, WILLARD, 214 N. 5th St, , St. Charles, Mo. JOY, DONALD, Fowler, Kansas KARPAL, RICHARD, 125 Summitt, Breckenridge, Mich. KENNY, ROY, See1ey's Bay, Ontario, Canada KEY, JOEL, 905 Old Winston Rd., High Point, N.C. 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