“Give me a hundred preachers who fear nothing but sin and desire nothing but God, and I care not a straw whether they be clergymen or laymen; such alone will shake the gates of hell and set up the kingdom of heaven on earth.” —John Wesley 1 to count the cost, to pay the price, to be molded into the image of Christ, whether it be through trials, rebukes, praise, exhortations, defeats, victories. T-V,: • ■ rli ' -: ■ •■= y r ' -,-r sina wS SifiiliStllSt ' . . ' W, ' , ' ■ .;($ -;v ■ ' ■■ L , ' ■y-f, i ' 4 i . • . ■4 . . ' . " ' . ■ gpgggp MM " || : i ... ' ■ ' - ’ - ■ CQ t : s l 7 Ysr7i ' tfePrS 1 v r Jesus said, “Ye know not what ye ask: can ye drink of the cup that I drink of? And be bap¬ tized with the baptism that I am baptized with?” Mk. 10:38. “And they said unto Him, ‘We can? Mk. 10:39. We were not rebellious, neither turned away back. We have set our face like a flint. Isaiah. Jesus said, “Ye shall indeed drink of the cup that I drink of; and with the baptism that I am baptized withal shall ye be baptized.” Mk. 10:39. 5 “As you know, the kings and great men of the earth lord it over the people; but among you it is different... i mm W $mm hmmmi Wjw WW Illpll ; ■• • - HH wMm- xm .• ■•• •. - v .. . -, ill ' t msKSSi MjgHS TO YOU, SISTER MARION MELOON, WE DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL ■ Ip «r ‘The Lord answered me, and said, ‘Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.” Habakkuk 2:2. Sister Marion Meloon continues to lead us forward by her God-given vision and her God-given ability to make that vision plain in writing and by personal example. He who reads her life-walk may catch the same vision and by faith, run. In addition to publishing Elim’s bi¬ monthly paper, The Bell Tower, and pre¬ paring the Elim material for World MAP Digest, Sister Meloon is presently compil¬ ing a history of Elim. Not only has she pioneered in writing, but Sister Meloon has also participated in pioneering an As¬ sembly of God church in Lancaster, New Hampshire. A graduate of North wood Bible School in Narrows, N. H., Sister Meloon taught there and also at the New England Bible Institute in Framingham, Mass. A missionary trip to Jamaica, sec¬ retary-bookkeeping for ten years, and teaching seventeen different Bible-relat¬ ed subjects — many at Elim — add to her rich experience. To you, Sister Marion Meloon, who have assisted Elim’s yearbook staff for the sixth year, we dedicate this annual. We anticipate great things for you from God in the years to come in causing His vision to be made plain to all nations. -- ADMINISTRATION And I will give you leaders after my own heart, who will guide you with wisdom and understanding. Jer. 3:15 (Living Bible) BOARD OF DIRECTORS - ADMINISTRATION: David Edwards; Robert Harris (a visiting trus¬ tee); Costa Deir; Hugh Seager; Elizabeth Spencer; Carlton Spencer; Helen Craven, Sec¬ retary; Gerald Trudell; Elden Mudge (a visiting trustee); Paul Johansson and Lloyd Moulton. Not pictured - Winston Nunes; Leland Powers Treasurer; Andrew Spencer. MEET OUR PRESIDENT What shall we say of this man whom God has placed over us? Brother Carlton Spencer manifests his union with the risen Christ in all he says and does. He is a man in authority because he is so obviously under God’s authority. That he is a man of God-given vision is proven by the dynamic growth of our school under his direction. His vision, which is worldwide in scope, and the in¬ fluence of his ministry, will be multiplied many times over in us who have been blessed to know him. How often he has made himself our servant - his servant-heart shown when he helped with dishes in the school kitchen, or trimmed the grass on the front lawn. How often he counsels us as a father with his arm encircling. Or we see him come from behind and hug someone in the lunch line, or flash his quick cheerful smile and stop to talk when he doesn’t really have time. He has earned our deepest love and re¬ spect, and we are continually challeng¬ ed by his example. I Gerald Trudell Academic Dean Bible David Edwards Vice-President Bible Pastoral I - 1 5 ■ m f t . 9 3a FACULTY Roy Bevan Bible Doctrine Fay Barrows English Christian Education Donya Brockway Assistant Dean of Women Christian Education Richard Brockway Assistant Dean of Men Bible Cheryl Campbell Assistant Dean of Women Missions Dorothy Cole Bible Language Leslie Cole Bible Doctrine Stuart Dahl Music Choir Doctrine Evelyn Connor Bible Christian Education ... 5Vi v« . ■. . • .. . n H p ML INOO CHINA Tom Dickinson Richard Fox Bible Bible Pastoral » ' ' 1 «jjp%r ' ‘Sfit f. ■ It- - ■ • - Marion Meloon Publications English John Manzano Guided Study Barbara Baker Christian Education Vernice Smith Bible Extension Classes Edgar Parky ns Bible Doctrine Pastoral 24 Staff Labor Behind the Scenes BELOW: Leon and Erma Perkins—E.C.T.C. cooks. RIGHT: Joyce Conley, Barbara Bennett, Dorothy Weatherley, Gladys Brenton—Office personnel. BOTTOM LEFT: Joyce Brewer and Joy Niswander—Librarians. BOTTOM RIGHT: Sue Murphy, Beverly Trudell, Mark Ray—Academic Office staff. LEFT: Betty Dahl, Mefus Edwards—Hostesses. BE¬ LOW LEFT: Mom Spencer. BELOW CENTER: Ford Manning—Night watchman. BELOW RIGHT: Naomi Welty—E.C.T.C. BOTTOM LEFT: Lela Thompson— Matron. BOTTOM RIGHT: Helen Craven, Edith Ben¬ nington, Barbara Baker—Secretaries; Chester Weir- ich—Public Relations. V jLf— 7 1 Irti BELOW: Bob Anthony, Marilyn Grippe, Esther Llewellyn, Nolan Morgan —kitchen crew; William and Roxine Brass—cooks; and Mary Callahan, also part of kitchen crew. RIGHT: Kenneth and Dacia Dietze—Printers. BOTTOM LEFT: Tom Woodworth and Eleanor McKelvie—Bookstore man¬ ager and assistant. BOTTOM RIGHT: Gene Kuhn, Laverne Holliday, Elmer Clark, Frank Hays, Don Sandhop, Ron Fox, Ben Guerin, Ted Farnsworth, Jack Knaus—Maintenance crew; Dan Larkin—Maintenance Supervisor. 28 Campus Changes Countenance LEFT: Former classroom building emerges as new dormitory— " Watson Hall " . BELOW: Front view of completed I. Q. Spencer Tabernacle, fully, landscaped. BOTTOM: Rear view of campus. Repentance and remission of sins should be preached in His Name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. Luke 24:47. Elim Fellowship Serves Prospective Leaders Kinshasa, Tauranga, Barranca-ber- meja, St. Louis — these and many more are names that recur in the Elim Fellowship office — our Mis¬ sions Office on campus. Accurate rec¬ ords and receipting processes, trips to counsel with and encourage pas¬ tors and pioneer workers, preparing packages for mailing overseas, semi¬ nars for missionaries and national pastors overseas are among the con¬ tinuing responsibilities of “Elim Fel¬ lowship — a Christ-centered world¬ wide revival fellowship.” Preparation for leadership is not all concluded within the confines of Bible School life. The individuals in¬ volved — and they are deeply in¬ volved — in the ministry through Elim Fellowship stand ready to as¬ sist in whatever way possible the continued “leadership development” to which God calls His ministers. 32 LEFT: Missionary Convention finds Costa Deir in African attire praising the Lord with his tambourine. BELOW: Guest Speaker Bill Wilson joins with Evelyn Connor, who is shortly to go overseas. BOTTOM: Milburn Sickler invites Brother Felix of Ghana to share about his country. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Costa Deir, Foreign Missions Secretary. BOTTOM LEFT: Saied Adour, Home Secretary. BOTTOM RIGHT: Office Staff: Sherri Willman, Hayden Bennett, Thelma MacLane, Sarah Bright, Eva Leisups. Love Constrains God’s Ambassadors As Bud Sickler — missionary to Kenya, Africa — portrayed the glo¬ rious vision of reaching the whole world with the gospel, God’s love began to constrain students and visitors alike at the Missionary Convention to encompass all nations in prayer and in service. Emphasis rested on evangelizing and discipling the world in this generation. If people can travel as quickly as they do, communicate efficiently through complex forms of wires and mass media available to all, and expand their private enterprises with the wealth of this nation, it is also possible to reach ev¬ ery person in the world for Jesus Christ. Missionaries today are entering into other men’s labors and are harvesting what others have sown. George Lindsay, Bill Wilson, Costa Deir, and others including fac¬ ulty shared their experiences in laboring with God on the mission field. With stretched-out hands the entire audience prayed for God’s ambassa¬ dors located in many countries. Costa Deir spoke of God’s need for three types of men: Those who will exercise authority over spiritual forces; Those who will intercede; Those who will boldly preach the Word. Bill Wilson concluded the convention with the word from Isaiah 41:10: “Fear not,... I will strengthen thee, I will help thee.” God’s right hand enables His servants to go make disciples, teaching all nations. Lining the tabernacle walls were colorful and graphic displays of each of the six student prayer groups. Maps of construction paper “stretched across miles” from the lighted factual chart on Africa to the slides and pictures of the Pacific Islands, to the curios and costumed mannequins of Latin America. 1 | Jesus Christ is the “Pioneer of our salvation” (Heb. 2:10, Moffatt), made perfect through sufferings, even tasting death for every man. No one but the very Son of God could have pioneered in this area of our sal¬ vation, for He alone could satisfy the Father’s heart. But the day of pioneers is still with us, and the young missionary recruit looks to the Pioneer of all pio¬ neers for his example. The question arises: Is my con¬ cept of pioneering, God’s concept? Can I, too, delight to do God’s will no matter where it takes me, no matter what the cost, with the one thought of a mission com¬ pleted and accepted in His sight? Eva Butler, sister of President Carlton Spencer, is such a pioneer. It all began in 1960 when God started dealing with her about going to the nomadic Masai tribesmen of west¬ ern Kenya. The Masai are noted for their diet of milk and blood, and for warring over cattle, which are their livelihood. The young men live by themselves near the rivers and eat the cattle they steal. After five years of patient waiting, God’s time ar¬ rived to see the beginning of fulfillment of her vision for the Masai. Having spied out the land with other missionaries on a safari into Masai country, Eva Butler settled into a 13x15 foot wood frame, metal roof house at Mashuuru. In the past seven years on the field, many churches have been established in the villages stretch¬ ing for hundreds of miles across western Kenya. The Lord opened a way into the hearts of the youth of the Masai tribe, the “Morani”. In seeking rapport with these fierce warriors, Eva declares: “God is my strength and my fear is gone. I am truly safe among them with His protection.’ i nr The Day of Pioneers is Still With Us! Eva Butler is the “mother” of many of these young men from the Masai tribe. Their salvation is a sovereign act of God and He, knowing all things, has chosen young men who have grand potential for leadership, once they give themselves to the Lord. One such youth is Gaddiel Nkarrabali, (pictured at far left with Moses and Dan¬ iel) who has taken the dangerous step of leaving the tribal customs to attend Bible School, in preparation for ministry among the Masai. Now thirty years of age, Gaddiel is full of the Spir¬ it, with an exceptional anointing and call of God on his life. Upon graduating in November 1971, Gaddiel said, “I must preach the Gospel.” Three years before, Gaddiel had made his first commitment to serve God. He and five other warriors were eating a goat’s leg roasted and boiled over the fire in the forest when Eva and three Christian young men came by and joined them. After prayer Eva inquired, “Who of you would like to go to Bible School?” Up went his hand and Gaddiel said, “I will.” Gaddiel grew in the Lord at Bible School and on term breaks became a real testimony at home, where he was chief of his village of 30 to 50 warriors. Upon finishing school, Gaddiel sought the Lord for his next step. The Lord burdened him for the school boys in the government primary school in Mashuuru where he now pastors. Gaddiel is a man of few words, yet is a real wor¬ shipper with a depth in his heart that is not common. Here is an African youth who, though once in bondage to Masai customs antagonistic to righteousness, is now trained in the Word and in the Spirit, equipped to serve Christ for end-time harvest. Is the Need for Pioneers Finished? “The Peace Corps are willing to live meagerly, with the bare necessities of life, while generally new missionary recruits are not ready to face this kind of life. Perhaps the fault lies with us older missionaries. The emphasis in recent years is “To the cities, To the cities” — primarily to reach the better qualified na¬ tional who in turn can take the Gospel back to his people. Which is true. Yet with this emphasis it would seem that the pioneering spirit has waxed dim. Some say, “The bush is nice to visit, but to live in, ‘NO’! The city for me!” However, most all of the experienced, practical missionaries who now reveal such fine qualities of leadership in their work in the cities, spent their first years of crucial training in out-of-the-way spots. There are still the out-backs. There are still the distant peoples where the full Gospel, the power of God, and salvation for the whole man have not gone. Qualifications for such a life are: (1) A willingness to be what God wants me to be, where He wants me to be, and when. (2) A readiness to make myself happy and content in every circum¬ stance and good work. (3) A spiritual-practical outlook, i.e., to have an increasing relationship with Christ, yet be ready for the everyday menial tasks, such as cooking, sewing, cleaning, administering first aid, digging, building, repairing automobiles, being father, mother, teacher, advisor — al¬ ways in the Spirit of Christ, always serving — with preaching the last of all! At Often back-country life is 20-40 years behind what most youth of today know. For the pioneer missionary there may be no telephone, no electricity, running water, nor transportation, etc., etc., etc. Still, life is what we make it, wherever God calls us to live and minister. “Godliness with contentment is great gain.” And there can be a thrill in the most menial task working with Him. WHO IS READY for this opportunity for a life of great adventure, to work under the banner of our Great Captain ? Let us look out at the vast harvest that remains to be reaped in the unreached, un¬ explored areas and answer this challenge, “THE DAY OF PIONEERS IS STILL WITH US.” Students Called to Pray Within the full schedule of student activities, Elim allocates special time for missions every Thursday. Each student chooses to involve himself in one of six different prayer groups for the entire year. The purpose of mis¬ sionary prayer groups is several fold: to keep alive the Great Commission in the hearts of the students, to de¬ velop student leadership and individual participation in missions, to encourage students to discover God’s spe¬ cific purpose for their lives, and to support in prayer His laborers located all over the world. Below and on the following pages are listed the former Elim students and teachers who have given themselves to missionary service; pictured with the lists are those student groups who have given themselves to prayer for those areas. -AFRICA- KENYA: Bud and Fay Sickler; Alma Lind; Eva Butler; Irvin Schwandt; John and Jennie Maxwell; Bill and Juanita Foy; Frank and Pam Davis; Kath¬ erine Gray; Olive McLeod; Harold and Ernestine Malone; Erastus Otieno; Clara Rhines; Elizabeth Ridenour; Dawn Roherty; LeRoy and Shirley Davis; James and Evelyn Johnson; Carolyn Jones; Jerry and Ann Lout; George and June Lindsay; Philip and Starlene Harman. UGANDA: Granger and Beverly Angel; David and Mary Clark; Sam and Flora Grif¬ fin; LeRoy and Marcella Holmberg; Art and May Dodzweit. I-PACIFIC ISLANDS -i NEW ZEALAND: Frank Darcy; John and Hope Fergusson; Des¬ mond and Carley Short. PHILIP¬ PINES: Paul and Rose Stutzman; Warren and Marjorie Denton; John and Joy Stutzman; Don Parrent; Marvin and Barbara Byers. TAI¬ WAN: Nick and Gloria Krushni- sky; Bert and Esther MacClurg; Esther Wine. INDONESIA: Steve and Eleanor Westfall. -—LATIN AMERICA- MEXICO: Mary Martin; George and Virginia Barney; Wilfred and Lorraine Lawrenson; Paul and Helen Groman: Robert and Dorothy Blodg- et; Jean Holodnak. COSTA RICA: Kenneth and Helen Bennett; Allen and Grace Claycomb; Paul and Carolyn Rue; Gay Spilman. HAITI: John and Eleanor Barstow. JAMAICA: Malcolm Seivewright. COLOMBIA: Sixto and Ruth Lo¬ pez; Forrest and Faith Dodge; Paul and Doris An¬ derson; David and Lucille Faust. PERU: Carlos and Celia Estrada; Peter and Marion Seda. AR¬ GENTINA: Alex and Mildred Manzewitsch; Ed¬ ward and Eleanor Miller; John and Pirucah Mil¬ ler; Harry and Connie Vellekoop. BRAZIL: Ken and Judy Ebersole. MISSIONARIES-AT- LARGE: Milford and Phyllis Kirkpatrick. ASIA INDIA: Abraham and Joy Samuel; V.G. and Rosamma Kunjappy; Rebecca Sylves¬ ter. KOREA: Jack and Kathy Holm. EUROPE AND BIBLE LANDS GERMANY: Chester and Mary Ruth Gretz; Emma Decker. BELGIUM: Norma Jenson. SWITZERLAND: Ernest and Hedi Tanner. LEBANON: Joseph and Edna Brown; Abraham and Carolyn Rababy. MISSION ARIES-AT-LARGE: Brian and Audrey Bailey. NORTH AMERICA 1 : I’ Elim Gospel Church Becomes Community Church Pastor Saied Adour and Family. Elim Gospel Church is most commonly thought of as a “student church”; a ministry whose purpose is a place of worship for the Elim campus family. It is just such a concept that we are now seeking to correct. Within a seven-mile radius of Lima there is a population of well over 15,000. This discovery along with the revelation of the fact that even Spirit-filled people within the area think of the church as simply for the campus family has resulted in a new thrust into the community. A mailing piece explaining the purpose of Elim Gospel Church has been sent to every home within the seven-mile radius (nearly 6,500) as well as an excellent tract entitled “We Are Your Neighbors.” Also every effort has been made to create an atmosphere invit¬ ing for the whole family. Both nurseries, toddlers and infants, have been properly organized and staffed. Children’s church during the sermon is now a regular part of morning worship. Wednesday mid¬ week service which was non-existent previously, is now functioning as a “Family Night” service. Graded teaching sessions are provided for virtually every age group in the family from children to adults. A Sunday morning choir adds great blessing to that service, while a teen choir has caused the evening service to take on new life. Many of the campus youth now prefer to stay at Elim Gospel rather than going off campus for church. This is new! The dent made in the community is only slight. However, Elim Gospel Church is looking forward to a great harvest in their Jerusa¬ lem. ■P r Empty Hearts Find Jesus In New York City Jesus Christ demands that His leaders depend on nothing but Himself. Elim City Train¬ ing Center in Brooklyn causes the Bible school student to come to grips with such a com¬ mand. Students visit churches, hold street meetings, witness on college campuses, and minister love to children who have never known compassion. Masses of people with empty faces and emptier hearts crowd the sub¬ ways and jam the streets. It is the privilege of E.C.T.C. — whether at Wall Street, Times Square, or Brooklyn College — to be a lamp with the oil and flame of the Holy Spirit. To minister life in New York City, the student must depend on God only, not upon his own strength, knowledge, or ability. In the end, he decides that he will defend and proclaim noth¬ ing but that reality which is Jesus Christ. ' V Sold by SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Chicejo III, 60607 ond SIMPSONS-SEARS LIMITED, Tore ! Elim City Training Center BELOW: Ann Harbour pauses for a moment from her work duty. RIGHT: Clock on Terminal Building marks time of night when life is at its peak in N.Y.C. BELOW: Three Dean Street youngsters explore a world of their own—in a box. Sears DO HOT DR0P-0R LAY ON SIDE 44 Outstations Mean Involvement TOP: Joe Kopecky, Bonnie Wing, and Steve Brewer share experiences with two other friends. ABOVE: Bonnie shares Jesus ' love in the nursery at Elim Gospel Church. LEFT: Hours of practice are evident later as Clare Abt ministers on his saxophone. mmm 45 Give Them Bread to Eat Each weekend the students avail themselves of the many opportunities to give out that Bread of Life on which they themselves have been feeding all dur¬ ing the week. Outstation assignments range from once-a-term musical groups requested for special Sun¬ day night services by pastors of various churches, to coffee-house ministries Friday and Saturday nights, which require strong consistent leadership. In scheduling ministry assignments, the out¬ station committee — composed of a few students from each class, with Brother Johansson as advisor — con¬ siders not only those areas of ministry with which the student is already acquainted, but also those in which he needs more experience. Calls for diversity of ministry from Bible school students come from Churches and Sunday Schools, County Homes and Convalescent Homes, Coffee-Houses and Universi¬ ties, Public Schools and other civic organizations. Outstations do not simply fill the demand for Christian workers. Rather, the aim is long range — within a period of three years to expose the student to a variety of ministries, so that he is able to func¬ tion effectively in many of them. Working in a team of six or more students develops and strengthens leadership, promotes cooperation, and allows the in¬ dividual to find the area of service for which he is most suited. In these last days God needs minute men who will be equipped to operate at a moment’s notice, in any situation, under any circumstances, and for as long as it takes to accomplish His divine purpose. To Make Ourselves an Example Unto You To Follow Us. II Thess. 3:9. ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS Choir Reaches Out in Ministry More than drums and guitars make Elim’s choir warm and exciting. Under Brother Stuart Dahl’s direc¬ tion, the members are encouraged to come together in the unity of God’s love. Walking by the dining room be¬ tween 9:15 a.m. and 9:45 a.m. on a Sunday morning, one sees the choir in worship, in prayer for one another, and in prayer for the morning service. An hour is set aside on Monday and Saturday nights to practice songs for the Sunday service and for special occasions, such as Mis¬ sionary Convention or the Christmas Cantata. Open to all who attend Elim Gospel Church, the choir helps to bring students and non-students together as a family. In addition to ministering in song, the choir is a vital instrument in leading the congregation in wor¬ ship and into an awareness of the presence of God. Be¬ yond the doors of the Elim Gospel Church this group reaches, even to the Catholic Church in Lima for a Sun¬ day morning mass and to the other town assemblies all participating in the Christmas Community Musicale held in the Ivan Spencer Tabernacle. A twelve member ensemble, known as the traveling choir, extends the outreach of Elim’s ministry during Easter vacation as they go to New York City, the north¬ eastern states, and Canada. CHOIR: Jerry Amacher, Susan Anderson, Robert Bennett, Eric Bostrom, Susan Bullard, John Canavan, Linda Cole, Patty Doutt, Gary Dyck, Dan¬ iel Eby, Patricia Forrant, Andrew Fuller, Christine Fuller, Christine Go- lemb, Richard Knowles, Dean Landis, Cindy Lawrie, Richard Lizotte, Harold Miller, Valerie Mullen, Howard Peace, Nancy Plumley, Lynn Shevkenek, Sheldon Sorge, Tom Spyker, Theresia Tilstra, Bill Todd, Susan Tubby, Dorlene Weaver, Mary Frances Webb, Dawn Wilson. TRAVELING CHOIR: Daniel Eby, Andrew Fuller, Christine Fuller, Dean Landis, Cindy Lawrie, Harold Miller, Lynn Shevkenek, Sheldon Sorge, Theresia Tilstra, Bill Todd, Susan Tubby, Mary Frances Webb. ' SW ' Oasis Staffers Coordinate Minds and Energies Some with little knowledge in making yearbooks, others with a great deal of past experience, and all with a rich experience in God — a group of twenty students joined together to produce the Oasis. They came together with the same vision: to portray a glimpse of God’s proc¬ ess of making leaders. It is this vision that kept them to¬ gether through the pressures of deadlines, publisher’s requirements, and the absolute necessity of clear com¬ munication. As the photographers cased the campus for exciting shots, the copy staff searched out information for their assignments. Each layout member carefully arranged his pages. Cooperating, giving, taking, brainstorming, laugh¬ ing, sighing — all kept producing with enthusiasm and determination as the editors encouraged them daily. Together the staff produced a record highlighting God’s preparation of leaders for His kingdom. The value of such a project was effected in shaping the staff into a working unit of the student body. Each worker knew what it was to be under authority and at the same time to exercise authority. As the group poured onto paper all of what God is molding into the lives here at Elim, they received a portion of that fashioning themselves. The vi¬ sion of the book is realized in provoking others to aspire to that leadership desired by God. TOP: Lou Fowler, Lay-out editor; Kathleen Lawrence, Copy editor. RIGHT: George Fowler and Don Banach, Co-editors. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Denise Duncan, Lay-out editor; Steve Standish, photographer. CEN¬ TER: Peter Boot, photographer; Lori Hann, Publicity; Ken Lawson, Art ed¬ itor. BOTTOM: Cindy Lawrie, Secre¬ tary and George Williams, Publicity; Clare Abt, Ads and Business Man¬ ager; Sister Marion Meloon, Advisor. ■r.y- ' —.s. ' ll 1 sv ■ r Bw Student Council Acts As Liaison Just one of the many vital segments of the Elim body, the Student Council desires to under¬ stand in a greater way what God purposes for Elim, and to lead out in that direction. Dependent on the stimulus, correction, and support of the whole of Elim’s student and administrative bodies, the Student Council endeavors to work together with each of them in realizing one another’s func¬ tions and needs; moving corporately and in love into God’s program. This year the Student Council planned activ¬ ities and improved facilities for student recreation and fellowship, settled students’ class status, and promoted greater fellowship with other Christian colleges. Three class representatives traveled to Nyack College to attend the American Association of Evangelical Students Workshop. With God’s help and the school’s backing, the Student Council can act as a catalyst for a grow¬ ing unity and interdependence between the stu¬ dents and the administration. RIGHT: Student Council President, Frederick Dyck; Senior class president, Ken Lawson; Junior class president, Steve Pullen; Stu¬ dent Council Vice-President, Kerry Edwards; advisor, Paul Jo¬ hansson; Student Council Secretary, Judy Blake; Senior Class representative, Loraine Hann; Freshman class president, Quinby Collier; Freshman class representative, Paul Knupp. OPPOSITE PAGE: A School Picnic directed by the Student Council at Letch- worth State Park. VWlUtHWt Married Students Fellowship Once a month more than forty married couples, in which the hus¬ band or wife or both are students, meet for fellowship. Student lead¬ ers, this year Ricke and Debbie Harris, make arrangements for the meetings and also for the spring and fall picnics. Brother Vernice Smith assists the married students, who comprise about twenty per cent of the student body, as Dean of Married Students. Talents Used In New Ways Cr A new kind of reality flowed into the Old Testament Scriptures in Brother Tom Dickinson’s Old Testament His¬ tory class. Under the leadership of Steve Flewelling, twelve juniors performed “The Conquest of Canaan” near the pond in back of the tabernacle. Dressed in old Elim drapes, the students portrayed the reactions the Israelites may have had in the time of Joshua. Directed by George Fowler, the seniors led the Elim family into the “spirit of Christmas” with a play showing two sides of the Christmas season. Contrasted to the hilarity of the nine-foot snowman was a contemporary scene of the birth of Jesus and a serious home situation of a “hippie.” Such expressions of joy and sadness caused the viewers to find the real significance of Christmas in Jesus Christ. 57 Juniors and Seniors Table at His Banqueting Behold My Glory posit ioned above a life-size Ark of the Covenant held the attention of those at¬ tending the Junior-Senior Banquet. This Ark of the Covenant complemented the senior class verse: “And the glory which thou hast given me, I have given them; that they may be one as we are one.” — John 17:22. It rested at one end of the banquet hall in the Brighton Presbyterian Church where the banquet was held. Special music initiated the program with Sister Brockway at the piano. A junior quartet sang “The Choice is Mine”; and a senior quartet, “By This Shall All Men Know” — the class song. Several stu¬ dents performed Euripedes’ drama Everyman as ar¬ ranged by Marietta Cesternino and Loraine Hann. Once again directing the attention of the students to behold the glory of God, Rev. Malcolm Smith key¬ noted the evening with his message “Come to Jesus.” Seniors Remember Skip-Weekend 72... ... backing down an exit ramp, only to have their five-car caravan stopped by the police. ...crawling up and down iced-over steps and walkways in Watkins Glen. ... seeing who could go the farthest on the all-weather toboggan slide at Pine Brook. ... “drowning” one another in the row boats. ... bowling, swimming, playing base¬ ball. ... fellowshipping in the evening meet¬ ings, especially Brother Trudell’s message on the ten virgins and oil: “giving place to the ministry of the Holy Spirit, so being ready with oil at His coming”. Oiuft. :■ •5- V % Former Students Welcome Seniors One hundred sixty former students enjoyed the “Scandinavian Holiday” decor of the annual Elim Former Students’ Association Spring Banquet held at the Honeoye Falls Central School. It was a time of refreshing, reuniting, and reviewing the past year’s events, sharing God’s blessings, dealings, and glimps¬ es of the future. Forrest Dodge, missionary to Colombia, South America, brought a message of “Living the Life”, followed with prayer for the seniors by Mom Spen¬ cer. In the annual business meeting, the E.F.S.A?ers decided to continue their project of improvement and repairs on College Hall. This project includes expanding the library and repairing classrooms for use. “The Choralaires,” under direction of Evelyn Connor, provided music for the occasion. Unforgetta¬ ble was Ernest TruOblood’s solo part in “To God Be the Glory.” Signifying unity, the candlelight ceremony be¬ gan with one lit candle. Then each senior lit his candle from it. The ceremony was also a reminder that “we are the light of the world.” Having wel¬ comed the graduating class into fellowship with open arms, the banquet ended in a note of praise. ) Twenty two Become One... That the World May Know $ Joy and anxiety filled the main auditorium as the third graduation ceremony held in the I. Q. Spencer Tabernacle began. Twenty two seniors marched in to “Crown Him With Many Crowns.” “By This Shall All Men Know” was sung by the senior class. Including the seniors who were po¬ sitioned in the middle of the group to form a cross, the traditional student body choir sang “The King Is Coming”. Valedictorian Dianne Srigley spoke on “Know¬ ing the Word of Life”, and salutatorian Phil Smith addressed the audience with “Praise to Christ as Lord.” Rev. Dennis Hunt, director of Elim City Training Center, used the life example of Lazarus to bring out the senior class theme, “One,... That the World May Know.” Two unusual combinations grad¬ uated: a father and a son, Harold and Tim McCown; and a husband and wife team, Jim and Carolyn Welton. Tears of retrospection and relief flowed as the attending parents and students congratulated the graduates on the front lawn. . » v«suat Let’s Go, Team! ■ 35®! » % r • • r • v ST 4 J55i 1 r ' A, Stand Thou Still Awhile That I May Show Thee the Word of God. I Sam. 9:27. k. - o TOP: Withclass officers Steve Rutt, Quinby Collier, " Dana Chapman, and Sue Orred are pictured advisors Richard and Donya Brockway, Betty and Stuart Dahl, and Fay Barrows. FRESHMEN Dana Chapman Vice President Sue Orred Treasurer Quinby Collier- President msstl FRED ADAMS Ketchikan, Alaska ALICE ALEXANDER Riverside, California JERRY AMACHER Cold Brook, New York KATHLEEN AMICO Dansville, New York SUSAN ANDERSON Conneaut, Ohio STEPHEN BLACKSTONE Drayton Plains, Michigan DAVID BONAWITZ Rochester, New York MISSY BOUCHER Wethersfield, Connecticut JAMES BRADY Kerrville, Texas STEPHEN BREWER Mendota, Illinois SUSAN BULLARD Lyons, New York RONALD BURGIO Buffalo, New York CURT CALLAHAM Falls Church, Virginia JOHN CANAVAN Cortland, New York VIRGIL CECIL Spokane, Washington DANA CHAPMAN Williamstown, Vermont NESTOR CINTRON New York City, New York CLARKE CLOSE Fairport, New York LINDA COLE Corvallis, Oregon QUINBY COLLIER Hampton, Virginia 71 SANDRA COLLIER Hampton, Virginia LORI COPSON New Castle, Pennsylvania JOHN COREY Liverpool, New York MARY COTROFELD Rochester, New York MICHAEL DAMON Lima, New York RICHARD DeWEESE Lima, New York LOIS DOUGLAS Sarnia, Ontario PATTY DOUTT New Castle, Pennsylvania DAVID DOWLER Lima, New York DENISE DUNCAN China Lake, California GARY DYCK St. Catharines, Ontario IRENE DYK Los Angeles, California DANIEL EBY Lancaster, Pennsylvania PATRICIA FORRANT Beverly, Massachusetts MARLENE FRANK Howard Lake, Minnesota ANDREW FULLER Seattle, Washington CHRISTINE FULLER Greenleaf, Idaho SUSAN GERNANDT Elizabeth, New Jersey CHRISTINE GOLEMB Lima, New York JEFFREY GORDON Buena Park, California X 72 MARILYN GREENHILL St. Catharines, Ontario MICHAEL GULIZIO Runnemede, New Jersey LARRY HAWKINS Keokuk, Iowa LINDA HAWKINS Keokuk, Iowa TAMARA HOGLE Rochester, New York STEPHEN HUBBARD Tulsa, Oklahoma KAREN JONES Fort Plain, New York THOMAS JONES Fort Plain, New York CAROLYN JUDD Unadilla, New York JULIA KEENAN Beverly, Massachusetts PAUL KNUPP Hubbard, Ohio ROSALINE KOWALSKI Guelph, Ontario DARLENE LANE New Gloucester, Maine MARTIN LAPANSIE Grosse Pointe Woods, Mi. RICHARD LIZOTTE Herkimer, New York KAREN McKEWAN Brocton, New York DANIEL MARTIN Santa Barbara, California LARRY MARTIN Springwater, New York DAVID MATTHEWS Lima, New York GLEN MERRIMAN Phoenix, Arizona GERALDINE MESSINA Sterling Heights, Michigan DONALD MILLER Ulysses, Pennsylvania JEANETTE MILLER Ulysses, Pennsylvania DOUGLAS MILLER Schenectady, New York W. ROBBINS MILLS Newport News, Virginia ANN MILLWARD Aylmer East, Quebec MICHAEL MOYNIHAN Cleveland, Ohio JOHN NEWTON Williamsville, New York THOMAS OLIVER Corning, New York SUSAN ORRED Spicer, Minnesota VINCENT OTTEN Winona, Ontario DAVID PETRIE Detroit, Michigan 74 LETA PETTIT Phoenix, Arizona NANCY PLUMLEY Willmar, Minnesota DEBI POLITE Lewes, Delaware RUSSEL POWELL Lockport, New York HONEY PRESTIPINO Middletown, New York JUAN RAMIREZ New York City, New York DANA RATTRAY Lima, New York SANDRA REED Rome, New York DARYL RICHARDS Rome, New York LAURIE RICHARDSON Taberg, New York JACK ROWE Omak, Washington JANE ROWE Virginia Beach, Virginia STEVE RUTT Phoenix, Arizona LUCILLE SALERNO High Falls, New York ELIZABETH SEIFERT Gig Harbor, Washington ■H LYNN SHEVENEK Fort St. John, Br. Columbia STEPHEN SHOWALTER Sterling, Virginia VIRGINIA SMITH St. Charles, Maryland DOMINEE SpO Atlantic Beach, Florida SHELDON SORGE Powell River, Br. Columbia RICHARD SOUTH Freeland, Michigan RON SOVA Clarkston, Michigan THOMAS SPYKER Uruapan, Michigan STEPHEN STANDISH Endicott, New York LOUIS STULMAN Baltimore, Maryland MARIE STUMPO Detroit, Michigan RONALD THOMPSON Yakima, Washington NOT PICTURED ERIC BOSTROM Yakima, Washington RICHARD KNOWLES Mentor, Ohio DEAN LANDIS Stevens, Pennslyvania KENNETH MACKLIN Warren, Ohio 76 THERESIA TILSTRA Bridgenorth, Ontario WILLIAM TIMMONS Dagsboro, Delaware WILLIAM TODD Chesapeake, Virginia SUSAN TUBBY Wilmington, Delaware WILLIAM WADE Clifton Forge, Virginia DORLENE WEAVER Pharr, Texas MARGARET WILLIAMS Rochester, New York JEANNE WILLISON Orchard Park, New York BONNIE WING Kingston, New York K. RANDALL WINKLER Walworth, New York DUANE WITHEY Decker, Michigan MARTHA WOOD Naples, New York JUNIORS Paul Peterson Vice President Iris Karppinen Steve Pullen President Candy Peery RIGHT: Pictured with class advisors Tom and Esther Dickinson and Leslie and Doro¬ thy Cole are officers Paul Peterson, Steve Pullen, Howard Peace, and Iris Karppinen. zm m ROBERT ANTHONY Columbus, Georgia PETER BOOT Wyoming, Ontario ELIZABETH BRADY Kerrville, Texas JOHN BUGBEE Utica, New York MARY CALLAHAN Wellsboro, Pennsylvania DWIGHT CARROLL Odessa, Ontario MARK CHAFFIN Portland, New York ROBERT CLARK Ingersoll, Ontario RONALD CROSS Neshanic, New Jersey ESTHER DICKINSON Lima, New York DANIEL DOOLEY Hillsboro, Oregon ELNORA DREW Rochester, New York JAMES EATON Palmyra, New York JAN EBERT Tacoma, Washington KERRY EDWARDS Lima, New York DARRYL FAST Vancouver, British Columbia STEPHEN FLEWELLING Brooklyn, New York MARY LOUISE FOWLER Tuscaloosa, Alabama MARGIE GILDER Corvallis, Oregon JOHN GRAHAM Sterling, Virginia V MARILYN GRIPPE Frankfort, New York ANN HARBOUR Riverside, California CHARLENE HARRIS Painter, Virginia ana JAMES HARTMAN Lima. New York JAMES HARTSHORN Climax, Michigan DAPHENE HOLLIDAY Lima, New York CHARLES HOLMES Lima, New York DEBORAH HOLMES Lima, New York CRAMER JACKSON Lima, New York IRIS KARPPINEN Duluth, Minnesota CYNTHIA LAWRIE Phoenix, Arizona ■ PY?; . . £ I r I t ■ I 1 i PHILIP MORLEY Young’s Point, Ontario HARVEY NEESE Lima, New York BARRY NICHOLS Ben Lomond, California DARRELL NISWANDER Lima, New York CAROL PARK Wellsboro, Pennsylvania HOWARD PEACE Mentor on the Lake, Ohio PAUL PETERSON Pullman, Washington STEPHEN PULLEN China Lake, California JOSEPH RICKE Denver, Colorado JUDITH SHETTER Prospect, Pennsylvania DEAN SHUNK Roseville, Michigan ANNE SPENCER Lima, New York ERNESTTRUEBLOOD Brooklyn, New York HERMAN VEGA New York City, New York MARY FRANCES WEBB Calloway, Virginia NOT PICTURED CHARLES ELWELL Perry, New York NANCY GARRISON Sylvania, Ohio JOHN HOOGERBRUGGE Winona, Ontario RALPH LOGUE Casa Grande, Arizona CHRISTINE MATTHEWS Lima, New York ROBERT MILHAM Davidsonville, Maryland CANDY PEERY Seattle, Washington WILLIAM WEATHERSBY Cottonwood, Arizona JOHN SPYKER Uruapan, Michigan LESLIE STRANDT Kansas City, Kansas LYDIA STRUIK Toronto, Ontario RICHARD WELCH King Ferry, New York GEORGE WILLIAMS Rochester, New York «’O SPECIAL STUDENTS LU ANN BOURNE Buena Park, California DIANE BRASS Lima, New York JOHN KIMBALL Kittery, Maine HAROLD MILLER Ulysses, Pennsylvania KATHRYN MILLER Pharr, Texas MILO MILLER Pharr, Texas ROBERT BENNETT Salem, Oregon JUDITH BLAKE Rochester, New York TANIA OMALEV Fullerton, California GEORGE PRYOR Caro, Michigan PURCY TJIN-KON-KIEM Paramaribo, Surinam, South America NOT PICTURED EARL EASTHAM Scottsville, New York VALERIE MULLIN McGraw, New York TERRY VLIET Lima, New York 84 m our teaching ministry, if we are to “present every man pertect in Christ.” They who know their God are nnked with eternalWj and abundant resources for their minist: called to bring souls into new birth in C but apferell to re-fj Jft s AJM ' ISa y|L| A» Sffiter is He that ake heed to thy- Our task is great. Our God is greater within you than he that is in the world: if and to the doctrine...” Our prayers and love have followed you, members of the ass of ’78 -and will continue to follow you as we look forw working together in the harvest. Christ’s bonds, Sincerely, President Carlton Spencer Nairobi, Kenya January 20, 1973 Dear Members of Elim’s Class of ’73: Sincerest greetings in the name of our Lord! These two weeks that I’ve been away from Elim have been fruitful ones, filled with evidences of the Spirit’s guidance—and the prayer support of all of you at home. Today is a full day: this morning conferring with leaders of the church of our Lord here in Kenya, and this afternoon and evening sharing in the dedication of a lovely new Bible School facility which will ac¬ commodate 75 young men! It is a day of rejoicing for the many who have helped to make this possible. Among them are Paul and Gloria Johansson, Elim grads and now on Elim staff, who first had the vision for it. We wish it were possible for them to be here for the occasion! I’ve been meditating on Paul’s exhortation to Timothy, “Take heed unto thyself and unto the doctrine; continue in them; for in doing this thfu shalt both save thyself and them thattfiear thee.” I Tim. 4:16. ‘aul says, in effect, that the acceptable workertmust first give intention to his own relation§hips, to his God and the out¬ growing relltipnship with his fellowmen. This can be all-too- fasfy |orgotteh in the press of fffcreasing ministerial activities. " et ?]£t ee P fir | j . jAJr But it is likewise important to be watchful of the content of m 85 SENIORS Babs McCown— Secretary Ken Lawson— President Paula Humphreys— Treasurer Phil Hale- Vice President BOTTOM: Advisors Richard and Verna Fox with class officers Phil Hale, Paula Hum¬ phreys, Babs McCown, and Ken Lawson. CLARE ABT Williamsville, New York Ministerial “That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings ...” Phil. 3:10. TIM ACKERMAN Baltimore, Maryland Missionary “But rather, let him who glories, glory in this, that in his pru¬ dence he knows Me, for with such am I pleased, says the Lord.” Jer. 9:24. DONALD BANACH Long Island, New York Christian Education “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength ... ” Isa. 40:31. HELENA BURLOCK Burlington, Ontario Christian Education “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” Phil. 3:14. FRANK CAMPBELL Port Vae, Pennsylvania Missionary “That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings ...” Phil. 3:10. 87 MICHAEL CARLYON Williamsville, New York Ministerial “ ... our sufficiency is of God; who also hath made us able min¬ isters of the new testament...” II Cor. 3:5,6a. MARIETTA CESTERNINO Long Island, New York Missionary “One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the Lord ... to behold the beauty of the Lord ...” Psa. 27:4. RONALD CHILDS Avon, New York Ministerial “I am crucified with Christ: nev¬ ertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me ...” Gal. 2:20. SCOTT CHRISTIANSEN New London, Connecticut Missionary “ ... if I have found grace in thy sight, shew me now thy way, that I may know thee...” Ex. 33:13. i i 88 TERRI DeLaVERGNE Tacoma, Washington Missionary “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” Phil. 3:14. RONALD DeMENA Avon, New York Ministerial “Let your speech be alway with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to an¬ swer every man.” Col. 4:6. FREDERICK DYCK St. Catharines, Ontario Ministerial “He destined us in love to be His sons through Jesus Christ, ac¬ cording to the purpose of His will, to the praise of His glorious grace ...” Eph. 1:5,6. CAROL DYK Los Angeles, California Christian Education “That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings ...” Phil. 3:10. 89 MARCIA FOLKERTSMA Mentone, California Ministerial “For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea.” Hab. 2:14. GEORGE FOWLER Tuscaloosa, Alabama Missionary “He that hath my command¬ ments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me ... and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.” Jn. 14:21. CHARLES FOX Frederick, Maryland Ministerial “For His sake I have suffered the loss of all things ... that I may gain Christ.” Phil. 3:8d. JEANNE FOX Charleroi, Pennsylvania Christian Education “In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths.” Prov. 3:6. JONATHON DYK Los Angeles, California Missionary “This is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom thou hast sent.” Jn. 17:3. GARY EBERTS Quebec, Canada Ministerial “ ... the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship Him.” Jn. 4:23. 90 LEE GABRIEL Salem, Oregon Ministerial “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and wit h all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength ...” Mk. 12:30. ELIZABETH GOODWIN Elkland, Pennsylvania Ministerial “If thou draw out thy soul to the hungry, and satisfy the afflicted soul... the Lord shall guide thee continually, and satisfy thy soul ...” Isa. 58:10,11. TIM GRAHAM Lexington, Georgia Missionary “One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the Lord ... to behold the beauty of the Lord ...” Psa. 27:4. PHIL HALE Salem, Oregon Ministerial “Shew me thy ways, 0 Lord; teach me thy paths.” Psa. 25:4. LORAINE HANN Bath, New York Christian Education “From the rising of the sun to its setting the name of the Lord is to be praised.” Psa. 113:3. DEBBIE HARRIS Clark, New Jersey Missionary “Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, ... ac¬ cording to His own purpose and grace ...” II Tim. 1:9. 91 RICKE HARRIS Clark, New Jersey Ministerial “Thy throne, 0 God, is for ever and ever: the scepter of thy kingdom is a right scepter.” Psa. 45:6. PAULA HUMPHREYS Union, West Virginia Christian Education “As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satis¬ fied, when I awake, with thy likeness.” Psa. 17:15. KATHLEEN LAWRENCE Valparaiso, Indiana Ministerial “... from everlasting to everlast¬ ing, thou art God.” Psa. 90:2. KEN LAWSON Mt. Vernon, Missouri Ministerial “ ... let us run with patience the race that is set before us, look¬ ing unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith...” Heb. 12 : 1 , 2 . 92 MELODY LITTLETON Ephrata, Washington Missionary “A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you... and cause you to walk in my statutes...” Ezek. 36:26,27. DAVE LONG Greensburg, Pennsylvania Ministerial “That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings ...” Phil. 3:10. SHARON LUSK Mount Airy, Maryland Christian Education “In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths.” Prov. 3:6. BARBARA McCOWN Trout Run, Pennsylvania Christian Education “Let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with pa¬ tience the race that is set before us.” Heb. 12:1. MARLA MARSHALL Anaheim, California Christian Education “...the kingdom of heaven is like a grain of mustard seed ... which ... is the least of all seeds: but when it is grown, it is the greatest of herbs...” Matt. 13: 31,32. DAVID MARTIN Rochester, New York Ministerial “For we through the Spirit wait for the hope of righteousness which is by faith.” Gal. 5:5. BARTON MAS Utica, New York Ministerial “ ... Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following af¬ ter thee: for whither thou goest, I will go ... ” Ruth 1:16. MICHAEL MULVANEY Lakeville, New York Missionary “I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me.” Isa. 6:8. JIM ORRED Spicer, Minnesota Ministerial “ ... that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ Jesus.” Phil. 3:12b. ! ! j 94 CHERITALBOT Stow, Ohio Missionary “I will love thee, 0 Lord my strength.” Psa. 18:1. CYNTHIA VEAZEY Garden Grove, California Missionary “The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, His mercies never come to an end; they are new ev¬ ery morning; great is thy faith¬ fulness.” Lam. 3:22,23. DANIEL VEAZEY Garden Grove, California Missionary “ ... Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye should go and bring forth fruit...” Jn. 15:15,16. TOM VICTOR Bellingham, Washington Ministerial “ ... that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ Jesus.” Phil. 3:12. DAWN WILSON Wolcott, New York Christian Education “The Lord God is my strength, and He will make my feet like hinds’ feet, and He will make me to walk upon mine high places.” Hab. 3:19. NOT PICTURED FAITH KARPPALA Horseheads, New York Missionary “That the communication of thy faith may become effectual by the acknowledging of every good thing which is in you in Christ Jesus.” Philemon 6. MARIANNE STRUIK Rexdale, Ontario Christian Education “As for God, His way is perfect; the word of the Lord is tried: He is a buckler to all them that trust in Him.” II Sam. 22:31. mW ELIM GOSPEL CHURCH Lima, N. Y. SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship 7:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY Family Night 7:00 P.M. Women’s Outreach Fellowship Tuesday, monthly UPPER ROOM Saied Adour, Pastor COFFEE HOUSE Honeoye Falls Congratulations Elim Senior Ron Childs, our Sunday School Superintendent TUESDAY Bible Study FRIDAY SATURDAY Rap Sessions 7:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. BEREAN GOSPEL CHURCH Routes 5 and 20 East Bloomfield, New York " AT BEREA. ..they received the Word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily... " Acts 17:10-11 Pastor: Kenneth Van Druff HIGHWAY CHAPEL Highway 69 South Forest City, Iowa 50436 Rev. Herbert Frost, Pastor Evangelist Ron and Sharon Price 186 Glenhaven Drive North Tonawanda Phone (716) 691-8654 New York 14120 £ I will go in the strength of the Lord God.” Ps. 71:16 Visit the friendly church PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Cole ' s Hill Waldoboro, Maine Vernon Carver, Pastor Qprvi ‘ Sunday School 1:30 P.M. Sunday Worship 2:30 P.M. Sunday Evening 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Prayer 7:30 P.M. Greetings to Elim Grads! COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND FAITH CHAPEL Welcome to PROVIDENCE FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Scranton, Pennsylvania “To God be the glory great things He has done” 923 Windsor Ave. Eastport Area Annapolis, Md. 21403 Rev. H. E. Grimes,. Pastor Phone 263-9102 Bom in the midst of the Charismatic Renewal... With our central purpose ... CHRIST at the center ... To know CHRIST better; and make HIM better known! SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. Youth Encounter 4:30 P.M. (Community Outreach) Praise Worship 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Night 7:30 P.M. (Charismatic Ministry) Friday Night 7:30 P.M. (Youth Fellowship) Pastor: Richard C. Holschuh Dear Students in Christ: JOY COMMUNITY CHURCH (INTER DENOMINATIONAL.) 23512 JOY BLVD. Mt. Clemens. Michigan 48043 Church 468-2871 May the Holy Spirit inspire, guide, and empower you. SERVICES SUNDAY SCHOOL MORNING EVENING WEDNESDAY NIGHT 9:45 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. 7:30 P.M. WE BELIEVE GOD ANSWERS PRAYER Sincerely in Christ, Evangelic Lutheran Church Crum Creek St. Johnsville, New York Between US 25 and I 94 — North Mt. Clemens “Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation, and in that day shall ye say, Praise the Lord” Isaiah 12:3,4 Pastor: Rev. Gerald Trickett 548-8917 102 FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Comer of W. 2nd Mohawk Streets. “In the heart of Oswego, N.Y.” Sunday School Worship Evening Service Bible Study Prayer (Wed.) 10:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. (Worship In Our Beautiful Round Church) THE PEOPLES CHURCH 3214 NORTH 70TH STREET SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA 85251 REV. DAVID O. GREEN PASTOR Everyone Welcome Pastor: Paul Heidt THE CHURCH OF PHILADELPHIA Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Evening Service 7:30 P.M. Wednesday 8:00 P.M. PASTORS: Rev. Mrs. J. L. Powers 20 AMHERST STREET ROCHESTER, NEW YORK 14607 OLD STONE CHURCH Depauville, New York SUNDAY WEDNESDAY Sunday School Worship Evangelistic Prayer 10:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. RADIO BROADCAST: ’’The Christian Way” WATN - 1240, Saturday, 1:05 P.M. Pastor Joseph Nettle ton 315-686-5692 Congratulations from EVANGEL TEMPLE RIDGEVILLE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH 767 Devine St. Sarnia, Ontario, Canada Pastor: R. J. Gillam Mt. Airy, Maryland Pastor: Wallace Lusk GRACE NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 35401 WOW Hall near McCrory Village, Northport, Alabama Jesus is Saviour Jesus is Sanctifier Jesus is Healer Jesus is Baptizer in the Holy Spirit Jesus is Reigning and Coming King Joe B. Fowler, Pastor (205) 758-4385 27 Pinehurst Drive Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401 Schedule of Services: Sunday Bible Training 9:45 Regular Evangelistic 11:00 Sunday Evening 7:30 Tuesday and Thursday Morning 10:30 Evening 7:30 640 Kempsville Road Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 (703) 497-0911 PASTORS: Rev. John Gimenez Rev. Anne N. Gimenez 104 s N ew BIBLE C Jjzcwe H UR C H (j sunshin SERVICES: SUNDAY Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship Service 11:00 A.M. Young People 6:00 P.M. Evening Service 7:00 P.M. E ACRES, CLARKSTON, MICHIGAN Co-sponsoring Mission Outreach " THE PRAYER HOUSE " Oriented to Youth of the Drug Scene Open Night and Day ”■ A WEDNESDAY Prayer 7:00 P.M. Congratulations Class of 1973 May you always be " ... steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord. " 1 Cor. 15:58 Pastor Roy Cooper f 1024 Truman Rd. EVANGELISTIC CENTER Kansas City, Mo. 64106 THE CHURCH OF JOY Known as Charismatic in character CHRIST THE CENTER Write for your free copy of “The Gospel " Magazine Phone 842-3698 Pastors: A. J. Rowden Margaret Rowden Associate Pastors: Standlee Crane Roberta Crane 105 MOUNT ZION NEW LIFE CENTER A place to find God and yourself Dwight Niswander Administrator Roaring Branch, Pennsylvania mSKmSmmm • Retreats • Counseling • Rest • Recreation • Rehabilitation Lucille Niswander Matron We congratulate the Graduates When in Baltimore visit the GOSPEL ASSEMBLY 3555 41st St. Baltimore, Md. Phone 355-5090 Services: Sunday Morning 10:30 A.M. Sunday Evening 7:30 P.M. Monday Prayer 7:30 P.M. Tuesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Hospital Visitation Friday C.Y.P. We also have a Coffee House open Thurs., Fri., Sat. Evenings COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHURCH 32-71 41st Street, Astoria Long Island City, N.Y. 11103 Rev. Robert Johansson, Pastor Rev. Gary Block, Assistant Pastor We congratulate the Graduates and pray for God’s blessing on them. 106 UTICA EVANGELISTIC CENTER Sterling Heights, Mich. 43700 Merrill Rd. SUNDAY SERVICES 9:45 A.M. - SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00 A.M. - PASTOR HARRIS SPEAKS 6:30 P.M. - PRAYER TIME 7:00 P.M. - EVENING SERVICE WEDNESDAY SERVICES 9:30 A.M. - MORNING PRAYER AND BIBLE STUDY 7:00 P.M. - FAMILY (Adult Bible Study, Christian Youth Aflame, Children’s Church) Home of “IN AND AROUND THE CENTER” A Monthly Publication DR. AND MRS. R. HARRIS Pastors Telephone: 731-8828 Residenc e: 43720 Merrill Rd. Congratulations Grads of 72-73 CHRISTIAN (VlirsJISXFUES Springs of Cluing Water RICHARDSON SPRINGS, CA. 95973 Near Chico, California TELEPHONE (916) 343-5565 FREE TAPE LIBRARY Send for catalog. HOUSE OF BREAD MINISTRY Solid, mainstream Bible teaching featuring some of God’s outstanding servants. Come for “Fresh Bread”. For your next Conference — Youth Retreat — Planning Meeting — Banquet — Seminar — Family Retreat — write or call Springs of Living Water. 107 FAITH CHAPEL MISSION Ellwood City, Pa. ‘ ‘ In Move with the Move of God” Services: Sunday Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. Tuesday Prayer Service 7:30 P.M. Friday Home Missions Outreach, Grove City, Pennsylvania 7:30 P.M. ‘ And they continued steadfastly in the Apostles’ doctrine and in breaking of bread, and in prayer.” Acts 2:42 Pastor: Rev. David Copson Assistant Pastor: Eldon D. Kropf Congratulations To The Graduates FIRST CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY 400 West Eighth Street Plainfield, New Jersey When In Plainfield, Come And Worship With Us Pastor: David Hannon Tel. 201-755-8460 108 CHRISTIAN BROADCASTING NETWORK WBIV, 107.7 WMIV, 95.1 WEIV, 103.7 WOIV, 105.1 WJIV, 101.9 FM RADIO OUTREACH Drawer G lthaca, New York 14850 Jesus weeps, shouldn’t we console? BURNS COMMUNITY CHURCH R.D. 1 Arkport, N.Y. Sunday Services: SPEERS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School Worship Youth Evening Service Wednesday: 10:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 6:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M. Speers Hill, Charleroi, Pennsylvania Bible Study and Prayer 7:30 P.M. Success with your Outreach Ministry! Pastor: A. Daniel Evans FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Box 873 12th Street Trott Ave. Willmar, Minn. 56201 All praise to Him who always loves us and who set us free from our sins by pouring out His life blood for us. He has gathered us into His King¬ dom and made us priests of God His Father. Give to Him everlasting glory! He rules forever! Revelation l:5b-6 (Living Bible) Rev. Gordon W. Loomis, Pastor Exley United Methodist Church Wilson, New York Phone (612) 235-2886 ALL WELCOME FULL GOSPEL CHAPEL and AGAPE HOUSE 1113 MAIN ST. Avoca, Penn. 18641 PASTOR J. PETER BELEC 457-5042 SUNDAY 9:45 a.m. TUESDAY 7:00 P.M. 11:00 a. m. Saturday Coffee House 7:00 p. m. 8:00 P.M. 110 Compliments of ELMER SCHMIDT BUICK, Inc. Telephone 624-1933 105 West Main Street HONEOYE FALLS, NEW YORK 14472 IN HISTORIC HONEOYE FALLS, N.Y. (K I n i if £f)r .Prisons’ COWBTBI STOBE POSSESSORS — NEAL AND DORIS NELSON IPHONE (716) 624-1515 • 19 N. MAIN ST. S.S. CAVES LUMBER INC. BUILDING MATERIALS MASON SUPPLIES PAINT AND HARDWARE POWER TOOLS honeoye falls, n.y. Antiques Gifts Country Store HARVEST MILL 40 Parish Street Phone (315) 394-5907 Canandaigua, N.Y. 14424 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND E. A. Tenny Son FALLS DAIRY INC. ' ' Ask j m 3 1 FALLS OAIRY " ' la 37 North Main Street, Honeoye Falls, New York GRADE " A " PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM HOMOGENIZED " VITAMIN D " MILK Phone 624-1620 or 624-1257 " QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS " 111 SEE US AT OUR NEW LOCATION FOR YOUR MASONRY NEEDS ARCO B® e IS|g 24-5363 BLOCK flStCKS , ® UM ' Msj KIRKWOOD OIL CO. EAST MAIN ST. LIMA, N. Y. 14485 ARCO DISTRIBUTOR Fuel Oil - Motor Oil Kerosene - Gasoline PHONE (716) 582-1755 Photogensis Camera Center, Ltd. 3349 Monroe Ave. Rochester, New York 14618 DRISCOLL PAINT-GLASS-ALUMINUM 5 West Main Honeoye Falls, N.Y. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 624-3533 Best of Luck! God Is What You Let Him Be 112 113 TJ’s DELICATESSEN 28 East St. Honeoye Falls, N.Y. Pizza: Friday-Sunday Phone 624-3770 P.O. Box 428 West Main Street Honeoye Falls, N.Y. Phone 624-1881 Joseph Cotteleer, Proprieter COMPL 0 STEVER HONEOY IMENTS F - LOCKE E FALLS MORAN’S ONE STOP DECORATING CENTERS 57 Mortimer St. 2171 Monroe Ave. 2150 Ridge Rd. W. Rochester, N.Y. Vinyl Wall Coverings Paints (Valspar — Pratt Lambert) Prepasted wallpaper Artist Supplies — Picture Framing T swif l |»i ' css ' QUALITY OFFSET PRINTING SPECIALTIES AND CUSTOM WORK SERVING THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY 3721 SCOTTSVILLE ROAD SCOTTSVILLE, NEW YORK 14546 (10 miles South of Rochester on Rt. 383) Phone 889-1391 Brian Tenny, Manager service to the insured L. B. PIERCE AGENCY, INC. 1881 Rochester Street Lima, N.Y. Phone 624-3000 31 Main Street Honeoye Falls, N.Y. Phone 582-1070 LIMA MOBIL SERVICE STATION TIRES BATTERIES TUNE UPS ROAD SERVICE 716-624-3353 114 24-Hour Towing Service— Phone Honeoye Falls 624-3078 CORBY ' S COLLISION AUTO PAINTING • BODY WORK • WRECKS REPAIRED Route 15-A, Between Honeoye Falls and Lima Artie Cat Ski-doo Sales Service Honeoye Falls, N. Y. 14472 LIMA CLOVER FARM MARKET 1804 Rochester St. Lima, N.Y. Phone 624-2455 QUALITY MEAT AT LOWEST PRICES ELIM CHRISTIAN BOOKSTORE College St. Phone 582-J230 Lima, N. Y. 14485 Tom Woodworth, Manager 115 116 STAR SILOS HONEOYE FALLS Write for FREE BOOKLET Dial (717) 866-5708 INTERNATIONAL Rugged Construction STAR SILO ASSOCIATION, INC. Solid Concrete Walls R.D. MYERSTOWN, PA. 17067 Steel Reinforced We need fulltime and summer employees for building silos. Franchise areas open Ifor those interested in going into business. HAFFEY ' S CARD GIFT SHOPS Towne Mall - Greece, N. Y. Eastview Mall - Victor, N. Y. Pittsford Plaza - Pittsford, N. Y. SofntiA MEATS Tobin Packing Co., Inc. 900 Maple St. Rochester, New York FIRST IN PRODUCTS FOR THE PROMOTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH, SANITATION AND HOUSEKEEPING wesT 5727 Main Street Williamsville, N.Y. 14221 ® Phone (716) 633-4300 117 May God richly bless and bring completion in Himself to each member of the Class of 1973. DICK JERRY, INC. Box 40 South Lansing, N.Y. 14882 ELETRICAL CONTRACTING Specialists in Electric Heating Dick Welch Jerry Coward Ti iM eutt " D xwcC FASHIONS FOR MEN Across from Southtown Plaza Featuring fine men’s clothes We wish all students and faculty a prosperous future. PETE’S SANDWICH SHOP Lima, New York Clean Rest Rooms Air Conditioned A J CONSTRUCTION Custom Building Home Alterations Ronkonkoma, L.I., N.Y. J. M. BALISTERE studio II 9 West Main Honeoye Falls, N. Y. 624-2240 DRAPES — FABRICS — WALLPAPER PAINT — CARPETS Compliments of FALLS I.G.A. FOODLINER HONEOYE FALLS SHOP and SA VE PRIDE GIFT SHOP HONEOYE FALLS. NEW YORK ' Ll : We sincerely appreciate and acknowledge the help which we have received from ... .. . our printers Kenneth and Dacia Dietze ... our art advisor Barb Bennett ... our advertising artist Henry Barton ... our final layout advisors Marion Meloon and Hayden Bennett . .. our many Oasis staff members who contributed much time and effort to the production of this book. ... picture on p. 85 courtesy of David W. Corson from A. Devaney, N.Y. O f
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