Faith School of Theology - Vision Yearbook (Charleston, ME)

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' 4, .-gn'-l" I F UREWORD "Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruitf' John 12:24 As another year comes to a close, We, the graduating class of Faith School of Theology Wish to present to you the second edition of ccVISION.,, We Wish to express appreciation to our president and faculty for all they have done for us in the past three years. Their exemplary lives have left a challenge with us. The help and prayers bestowed on your behalf have been much appreciated and will long be remembered. We say a heart-felt thank you to our many friends who have so willingly given to the Work of the Lord. Because of friends like you We have been able to receive such wonderful training as has been imparted here at F.S.T. Cod has moved in many marvelous Ways and We trust that as you read this, the second edition of GVISIONJ, We will be able to enlighten you concerning blessings and provisions of our great God. Having the attribute of a heavenly Father, He has supplied our needs above and beyond all that we could ever ask or think. As you read through these pages, may the contents herein be a blessing. May He ever find stewards like you who will obey His voice and in so doing bless others in the Work of the Lord. The grace of our Lord Iesus Christ be with you all. Arlene Swanson TABLE OF CONTENTS SM: ADMINISTRATION QI' 'K' STUDENTS WORSHIP ACTIVITIES MISSIONS . XR l 5 .' 9 I x I x 5 SVZ. E I I I I -:if-Q 1 I I f l F If I f I l 1: I I1 1 I I- f i I I I V I M HI I I' I' 1 In I E U I! E' I " I f 3 5 kk Wx- , .V ,MQ .K K- . N 357 I-,f a , Ngwkiga-, it ' R .N-, :- - -- L55 fi-221 1. 1 Hifi , ' K .K ' 5: x 'T K xi 5 my 5 s q X v L U4 vs: f x, f 2 2 X , a 1 3,5 S 0 4 3 ' . M au ,.. fi , 5 V R Y ' my K , is 1 if E , S Q , L: iiei h SXSW A K ,sf ,x.. -VASZQY? - W S 35 431, ww 1, va 5 X uf- H v X- .rig -as - DEDICATIO "A woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised." Proverbs 31:30 It is with great pleasure that we of the graduating class dedicate this second edition of HVISIOND to Elva P. Valerius, our devoted and consecrated class ad- visor. As school treasurer, dean of women and teacher, Sister Valerius has diligently served since the beginning of this Institute, four years ago. Her Christlike example and godly instmction has made a deep impression upon all who have observed her life. Sister Valerius has always been unselfish in her school ministration, willing to be helpful in any way possible. You truly are a virtuous Woman and your price is far above rubies. Class of 1963 . X," ,gk 'V' 2 if " -, . TO W oUR CLASS ADVIOR To you, we Wish to extend our appreciation for your three years of faithful service as our class advisor. Through your Christ centered life We have been blessed and have grown in our own personal experience. Your wise and spiritual guidance in all of our problems, needs and circumstances has caused us to see you as a "Mother in Israelf, We trust that your years at F. S. T. will be lilled with many blessings and that you will continue to bring the same comfort and joy to other classes as you have to us. Class of 1963 6 R CLASS ADV QV' ' UR It is hard to realize that nearly three years have passed since the evening the word came that I had been chosen as your class advisor. It Was, with a prayer for Divine guidance and understanding that the responsibility was accepted. Over the years our hearts have been knit together in one common purpose - to fulfill the will and plan of God for each individual life, and to make the Class of 1963 a glory to God and to F. S. T. After the first year, some turned aside until only twelve were left. Even as jesus questioned the disciples, 'KWill ye also go avvay?,' our hearts questioned, 'KWill they also goffw How We rejoiced as We saw you take your places to fill up the gaps in the ranks. It was not with discouragement but with great victory that you pressed on. If I were to choose one characteristic to typify the Class of 1953 I would say, "In one accord We have thanked God as We have seen you standing together in unity and lovef' You have left a mark upon F. S. T. and have shown that God is not looking for great numbers but great consecration. We shall never forget the times of prayer when no problem was too great or too small to be taken together before God. Prayer and faith in the greatness of your God have brought results that could come in no other Way. WVe have seen you grow spiritually and develop into men and women trained by the Holy Spirit and used of Him. You are going out into a needy World with an experience that has already proved that with Cod all things are possible. Class of 1963, the world Waits for you. Go in the same earnestness and con- secration that you have shown here. Bring them the "Bread of Life' that has fed and nourished you. Even as Jesus said to His disciples, I say to you, "Give ye them to eat." Sister Elva Valerius 7 PRESIDE T AND if ., F GUN DER BREAD FOR THE HUNGRY "Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abirleth alone, but if it die, it bringetli forth much fruitf, Iohn 12:24 Hunger is the slayer of millions in our present modern world. This is difficult to realize While living in the land of prosperity. Hunger is the basic desire of the physical. There is, however, another hunger. It is that insatiable desire for something that never comes until jesus the Saviour fills the life. The greater part of the world is Without Christ and therefore starving for the something that can satisfy. You have chosen to be the answer for these hungry masses. I pray that you may comprehend more fully as the days pass the profound meaning of this scripture and motto. It is necessary to have a harvest if we would feed the hungry. The verse you have chosen explains the process leading to harvest. A grain that exists by itself and for itself can never see a harvest. This world abounds with selfish individuals whose lives are lived for material gain. 'What do I get out of it?', is a common expression. Wars are waged, people are robbed, blood is spilled and churches split by men who love themselves. Your greatest problems in Christian ministry will come through those who live for self. Jesus declared that to lose was to gain. The kernel must give up its life to gain a harvest of life. This is truth that will make your ministry more than mediocre. By holding you lose, by giving you gain. If you will be bread for the hungry then you must lose your life in Christian ministry. Our World has been changed by men who lost themselves in their inventions, art, music, etc. This last genera- tion needs to be changed by men who will lose themselves in dedicated ministry for the hungry of soul. Class of 1963, accept the challenge of your motto. Let your life be lost as a grain of wheat falls to the earth and dies, vou will receive that life again in a rich harvest at His coming. Be broken bread for the hungry. They need you, for without bread they will die. Yours for the harvest, Russell K. Pier 8 it-0 I BOARD OF DIRECTORS REV. RUSSELL K. PIER MRS. DORIS E. PIER REV. ELVA VALERIUS REV. WILLIAM K. WILSON A. SMALL MR. FRANK MONROE MR. RICHARD MR. DANIEL JOHNSON -iii , gif 4 7' 1-lf' l I Q NORMA BICKFORD Scripture: If ye abide in Me and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will and it shall be done unto you. john 15:7 Storytelling Techniques of Teaching RUSSELL K. PIER, President Scripture: That He would grant, you according to the riches of His glory, to be strengthened with might by His Spirit in the inner man: that Christ may dwell in your hearts by faithg that ye being rooted and ground- ed in looe. Eph. 3:16,17 Pastoral Theology Public Speaking Homiletics Il Doctrine II Daniel and Revelation ROBERT CHURCHILL Scripture: The Lord is my light and my saloationg whom shall I fear, for the Lord is the strength of my lifeg of whom shall I be afraid. Psalms 27:1 For God hath not given us the spirit of fear but of power, and of love and of a sound mind. I1 Tim. 1:7 Old Testament Survey New Testament Survey Parliamentary Law Ancient History Bible Introduction Home Missions I0 CYNTHIA CARMICHAEL Seri ture I will take the cu of salvation, and call P 5 P upon the name of the Lord. Ps 116:13 Survey of World Missions Child Evangelism Jeremiah-Ezekiel Minor Prophets D. V. B. S. Visual Education Missionary Enterprise 1' .dw , fly' . V..-'i"T . 1- I W fs .. 'fwf ,gsm , 1'a+Wf' il 'Vt' . W- - f FRANK MONROE, B.S., M.A. Scripture: These things I have .spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have trihulation: hut he of good cheerg I have over- come the world. John 16:33 English I 'Nod MILDRED HICKS Scripture: If any man speak, let him speak as the oraoles of Godg if any man minister, let him do it as of the ability which God giveth: that God in all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever. I Pet. 4:11 Church History History of Pentecostal Movement Pentecostal Truth Christian Evidences DORIS E. PIER Scripture: Now thanks be unto God, which always causeth us to triumph in Christ. II Cor. 2:14a Old Testament History Pentateuch Culture RGBERT GOGAN Dean of Men Scripture: Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Iesus Christ, which according to His abundant mercy hath begotten us again unto a. lively hope by the resurrection of jesus Christ from the dead. I Peter 1:3 Homiletics I Doctrine I Theology EMILIE BARNEY Scripture: Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. II Tim. 2:15 Personal Evangelism Bible Geography Cults Isaiah English II Poetic Books Counseling ROY JENSEN Scripture: Stand fast therefore in the liberty where- with Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage. Gal. 5:1 Dispensational Truth Rudiments of Music Archeology Conducting Hermeneutics Shorter Pauline Epistles MARION HACKET1' Scripture: Great is our Lord, and of great power: His understanding is infinite. Ps. 1-47:5 Look unto rne, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else. Isa. 45:22 History of Chistian Education Missionary Practices and Principles Missionary Evangelism ELVA P. VALERIUS, B.S. Dean of Women Scripture: Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect: but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended. Phil. 3:12 Life of Christ Romans Corinthians and Hebrews James-Jude Acts English III FACULTY APPRECIATION It seems incredulous to us, the second graduating class of F.S.T., that we are leaving the portals of our Alma Mater to take our place in the vineyard of God. We owe a debt of gradtude to each member of the faculty which we can repay only as we use the knowledge imparted to us for the upbuilding of the kingdom of God. Your Spirit-filled lives not only have been inspirational in the intellectual realm but have instilled within us a desire to know more of Cod, even as you know Him. Again we say, "thank you," for your faithfulness to the call of God. May you bless many more lives even as you have abundantly blessed ours. WV"-N aff! if Q 1 f fc f ffT'X WORKERS APPRECIATICN We, the second graduating class of Faith School of Theology, want to express our gratitude for the devoted labor that you have imparted to make our school a success. Each of you workers has left all to do the will of Cod. You have left well paid jobs, homes, and families to follow the Lord. May Cod bless you for your faithfulness to Him. Class of 1963 14 ROSE BLANCHETTE Matron "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousnessg and all these things shall he added unto youf' MABEL CARR Pastry Cook "And the multitude of them that he- lieoed were of one heart and of one soulf' RUTH MITCHELL Cook and Buyer CY MARTEL Supt. of Buildings "Thou shalt also decree a thing, and it shall be established unto thee: And the light shall shine upon thy waysf, 'KBut rather seek ye the kingdom of Godg and all these things shall be added unto youf' l of N x 15 YK .. Permission Granted! Soup at Noon STAFF AT WORK I ff in K A. S2 f 5 M Q W K W N Y N Z -i , S 2 X l ,, . F 51 X if ' :m.ffSF'j ff- oonooon Pies in the Making. The Finishing Touch. 16 M-M Pickles. CLASS iii i OFFICERS ROBERT BROWNE President CLARK MITCHELL ARLENE SWANSON Vice President Treasurer HARRIET BROWNE MARTHA CARR Secretary Historian 17 CLASS PRESIDE T' F AREWELL "And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sakef, Luke 21:17 Classmates, our three years at F. S. T. have swiftly come to a close and we are now entering Godis whitened harvest fields to reap souls for His eternal Kingdom. As this is penned my mind reverts back nearly 2,000 years ago when Jesus walked this earth. We read where He healed the sick, cast out devils and did all manner of good. Biblical records prove that He eased suffering humanity, yet He was the most hated man the world has ever known. His mercy and com- passion for mankind is portrayed throughout Cod's Word. It was a love deep enough and strong enough to cause Him to die on the cross for our sins. We face a world which is lost and dying, without Christ. It is a world upon which we must look with His love and compassion in our hearts. Ours is the last generation privileged to impart this blessed gospel story. I charge you, classmates, to surrender yourselves completely to Cod and His service. We must be ready to sacrifice for His cause. We conquer only as we yield. Let us be yielded vessels in the Potter's hands. Dear to our hearts is F. S. T., the dedicated faculty and staff, and the memories of our three years. The Class of 1963 extends grateful appreciation to them for their consecrated and dedicated service. Good-by, classmates, and God bless you. May He make you burning lirebrands for Him! We may never meet again down here, but we shall all be re-united again on that beautiful resurrection morning, singing praises around the throne of God. Robert Browne 18 CLASS SONG There is a hungry World, O so denied, They stand with outstretched hands, unsatisfied, Bowed down in deep despair, help us, they say, VVho then will meet their need? - use us, We pray. Seeking to satisfy their inner soul, Naked and destitute, outside the fold, Clothed in unrighteousness, no hope Within, O hear their dying Words, "Save us from sinf, Thou art our pattern, Lord, the Bread of Life, Bruised for iniquities, chastised by stripes, VVe follow in Thy steps, Thou who didst die, Giving our lives for Thee in sacrifice. Take us, Thou Living lNord, use us, We pray, To feed the multitudes, day by day, Spending and being spent - all, all for Thee, Reaping a harvest in eternity. Class Colors: Purple and White Scripture: Isaiah 28:28, Iohn 12:24 BREAD FOR THE HUNGRY ,,, Y i ROBERT BROVVNE "And my speech and my preaching was not with enticing words of man,s wisdom, but in demonstration of the spirit and of power." I Cor 2:4 Ability, earnestness and progression can be accredited to Bob. YVith admirable scholastic standing he has headed his class academically. A sense of humor that is appreciated by his as- sociates never fails to add zest to any occasion. As president of the class "Bob,' has successfully and efficiently led them for three years. As Rob- ert goes forth, full of faith and the Holy Spirit, he Will be a man of power, accomplishing mighty things and doing exploits for Cod. The best and noblest lives are those which are set toward high ideals. Blessing has come to many as "Bob,' and Harriet have blended their voices together in beautiful harmony. GRADUATIN G CLASS HABRIET BROXVNE 'We have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may he of God, and not of usf, 2 Cor. 4:7 A quiet mind and a soul at rest with God. This is a treasure that one should possess and count as a prize. Harriet has learned the secret of peace by trusting God, realizing that true faith is the end of anxiety. Possessing a tender heart and kind spirit, she has a deep concern for those around her. Harriet is Codlike, humble, con- secrated, an excellent student and a living ex- ample that challenges others to be like her Saviour. WVe are assured that the blessing of the Almighty will overshadow her ministry. Many souls in God's harvest field will be alloted her as she continues to yield her will to the leadings of the Lord. d MARTHA CARR "Thou art mu hiding place: thou .shalt preserve me from trouble, thou shalt compass me about with songs of rlelioerancef, Psa. 32:7 Martha radiates the love of God from her life. VVith brokeness of spirit, she keeps before her a vision of the lost and dying of this world. Diligently she has sought the Lord and her intercessory prayers have prevailed, rewarding her with Heaven's answers. Martha has a quiet, personal charm which endears her to the hearts of all. She is willing to do more than her share. 'iMarty,' has implicitly trusted God for provision and found Him to be faithful. Marthais mission- ary call is uppermost in her mind. She will give her best in His service. Marthais courage and faith will make her a successful laborer in Godis vineyard. f lx L, mf W fir , il, Q of .z 0 1 lf .Ml ., i fe iv . A, .. r t, k A HELEN HENDERSON "The Lord hath set apart him that is Godly for Himselff, Psa. 4:3 Radiating from Helenis devoted life to God is a sweet, loveable spirit. Willingness and sin- cerity in all efforts are much appreciated quali- ties found in Helen. Her perseverance and faith in God have brought her through in triumph. Helen's accomplishments for the Lord will be great as she continues to fulfill His purpose for her life. Complete surrender, stability, humility and singleness of purpose are the contributing attributes found in this girl. Her passion and love for the lost will make her a leading soul winner. VVhat He appoints, we know, Will be her choice. CLARK MITCHELL "Be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: For the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoeoer thou goestf, joshua 1.-919 Within this family-man's heart is a purpose to do Codls will'whatever the cost. Although obstacles have loomed ahead of him, he has victoriously overcome them, persevering in the midst of the ReHner's hot fires. It can be said of Clark that he is a man of sincerity and deep consecration. He always stands ready to lend a helping hand and give assistance whenever possible. His life has been one of sacrifice. VVe feel Clark is a chosen vessel that will go forth into the service of the King, remaining faithful until the end. MHe who hath helped thee hith- erto, will help thee in all thy journey throughf' IZORA LEXVIS "Christ shall be magnifed in my body, wheth- er it be by life, or hy death. For me to live is Christ and to die is gain? Phil. 1:20, 21 VVith a missionary vision and an unwavering constancy lzora will reach the land of her call- ing to gather precious fruit for her Master. She is intellectual and resourceful in all her ventures. Prudently she has faced life, and confronted obstacles with determination to be "more than conqueror." As she enters into nurses training and embarks on her missionary nurse career, We believe lzora will be a useful instmment in the hands of God to bring many to the knowledge of salvation through her consecrated life. "Not until each loom is silent, and the shuttles cease to ily, will God unroll the pattern, and explain the reason why." Te esetzwolr all SI H K F . yxi wntheeo te od .undr tht. that D it mp . , , an r rd g' f r . . win s thou art come to trust? Ruth 2:12 Sidselis willingness to grant assistance and cooperate in every respect has won the deep admiration of F.S.T. Her faith and stability in God have not only helped her to face the battles of life, but have become mediums whereby she has rapidly made spiritual development. This amiable Norwegian girl is an honor student with versiiied qualifications. In all circumstances t'Sid', is level-headed and patient. Her intense desire to work for the Lord will open to her great avenues of ministry. The school has been well blessed by her untixing efforts in the office. To Sidsel there are always unplumbed depths that lie beneath her and unscaled heights that rise far above. RITA KELLY "Call unto me, and I will shew thee great ami mighty things, which thou knowest notf, fer. 33:3 Many good qualifications can be found in Rita. She loves the Lord to the extent that she has left all and will continue to do so to follow Him. Her consecrated life has been exemplary and an incentive for others to devote themselves to the cause of God. Rita possesses a friendly and sociable nature along with a very pleasing per- sonality. She has an understanding heart, a tender spirit and can be considered dependable and capable. Ritais high aspirations and ideals will bring her to the heights of spiritual success in God. "The path ahead, His way I go, for though I know not, He doth know, and He will choose iight paths for me." ew BEVERLY GARDNER "Faithful is He that calleth you, who also will do it." I Thess. 5:24 Love is the badge by which the true child of God is known forever. Love, sweetness, kind- ness are evident in "Bev.', Her meek and quiet spirit is priceless. These assets are ascribed to Beverly: A co-operative conduct, a willingness to assist and an understanding heart. YVe ap- preciate the standards of holiness which Beverly has adhered to in school. Her exemplary life will be conducive in leading others to a closer walk with God. To f'Bev', we say, "stay as sweet as you aref, There will be no limit to your prog- ress and development as you remain consecrated to your Master. Keep your aspirations high. Your success in God is assured. ill Wrlyllw il we 5 Us graffiti if 4 ii 4 . ,La . 1 D1W0lw!QL'459J I ARLENE SXVANSON "When thou goest, thy way shall he opened before thee step hy sfepf, Proverbs 4:12 W if J Arlene is a stable, quiet mannered, modest and serious minded girl. She is classified as an ideal student of honor. She is well liked by all. She has manifested a Godly example of holy living in her walk and talk. There is a willingness on her part to do her share of duties and more besides. VVe see in this life a gentleness of spirit which is a great rarity in this world. Her hope, peace and rest is the result of the repose of a heart set deep in God. lVithin her lies perpetual praise and adoration to Cod. XVe believe Arlene will be a valuable worker in the vineyard of God. The door of usefulness stands ajar and we know she will make use of every opportunity it affords. May she reap an abundant harvest of souls! n ff 'Q 5 , -'iff F 'I . f DELBERT RIDEOUT. f ' "According to your faith be it unto you. God that cannot lie, promisedf, Matt. 9:29g Titus 1:2 With a sincerity and deep love Delbert serves his Lord. His consecrated life and devotion to God have been inspirational. Delbertls jovial at- titude, amiable Ways and concern for others have won him many standing friendships. His talent of singing and trumpet playing has been surrendered to the Master musician. Delbert,s spiritual development and attainments have been evident. His explicit faith in God has paid him great dividends. As Delbert fearlessly and faith- fully follows the Lord. he will be recompensed in full as his eyes behold the One which he trusts and his ears shall hear His voice, "YVell donef, CLASS HI TCRY September 28, 1960 found us, the second grad- uating class of F. S. T., entering through a door that opened into an entirely different realm for us. As we entered, some a little hesitant at first, we realized that without a doubt we had taken our first step toward the great commission God had placed upon our lives. As classes began, how the students enjoyed the presence of God and the moving of the Holy Spirit as we were taught the truths from Godis Word by those who were dedicated to their call- ing. Outside ministry proved to be a great bless- ing as various students ministered in churches thiroughout New England, New York and Can- a a. Two weeks before our Christmas vacation We were privileged to have Bro. Lloyd Sparks with us at Faith Tabernacle for special services. How we enjoyed his anointed ministry! As We entered the second semester two days were given to prayer for our spiritual needs and the needs of the school. Our lives were en- riched as we saw God move in miraculous ways. Our first year ended with a grand three-day convention. Several ministers took part in the convention among whom was Bro. O. C. McCane, who proved to be a great blessing to us. With tears in our eyes we reluctantly said good-by to fellow-students, teachers and workers as we went our various ways for summer vacation. When we entered our second year we were small in number but filled with zeal and a de- termination to continue on to fulfill the call God had placed on our lives. The Welcome Rally proved to be a time of blessing as we met together again for another school year. Instructors Cynthia Carmichael, Mil- dred Hicks, Marcelene Pier, Norma Bickford and Raymond Brooks joined the teaching staff, and the students were greatly inspired by their de- votedness to God and His call. It was miraculous to see God move in various ways in providing the needs for the school. Thousands of dollars came in, along with tons of potatoes, vegetables, meat and various other foodstuffs. We wish to thank all who were faith- ful in giving. Your participation in this great pro- gram will not go unrewarded. As the year con- tinued on much time was given to prayer, study and preparation for the field that lies before us. We counted it a great privilege to entertain the Senior Class at the first banquet at F. S. T. We shall never forget the grand times we had formu- lating the plans of that great event. On May 18th at 6:00 P. M., we received the fruit of our labors as we watched each member of the graduating class step through the arch encircled with the words "Called Prophets, Compelled by Compas- sionf' After the meal, which was deliciously pre- pared by Sisters Jennie Pettingale and Ruth Mitchell, each member of the graduating class gave a brief testimony. God ministered to several by His Spirit with encouraging words. Bro. Pieris stirring words as he addressed the student body will long be remembered by all. May 30, 1962, will always be a memorable day in our hearts as friends and relatives gather- ed for the first graduation at F. S. T. The Salva- tion Army Tabernacle, where the exercises were held, was nearly fied to capacity, Brother Wil- liam Wilson was the speaker. Directly after the program a wedding took place at Faith Taber- nacle uniting Nilda Marty and james Pettingale in marriage. As we said our good-bys to the graduates our hearts were heavy at the thought of parting, yet joyful, knowing that many souls would be won to the Kingdom by those who were "Called Prophets, Compelled by Compassionf' On September 29, 1962, the Senior Class met again for their final year at F. S. T. New faces, new studies and new horizons lay before us challenging us to prepare for the field that we were about ready to enter. At the VVelcome Rally, geetings were extended to all our classmates and incoming students. In- structors Emilie Barney, Marion Hackett, Roy Jensen, Robert Churchill and Robert Cogan were welcomed to the teaching staff. As classes began, we could sense the presence of God hovering over us in a special way and we were made aware of the fact that we must "re- deem the timef' During the summer a new addi- tion had been added to the main building, mak- ing room for the incoming students. As we look back over the past two years we are reminded of the tremendous changes that have taken place in the physical structure at F. S. T. God has cer- tainly proven Himself in our behalf. As we step through the portals of F. S. T., onto the threshold of a new dawn we are reminded of the words of our motto "Bread for the Hungryf, We will ever be grateful for the privilege of at- tending such a school, for it has been our experi- ences and knowledge acquired here that have equipped us to properly present the "Bread of Lifei' to a lost and dying world. 26 4 ix Q ...A i Earl Courtney Reta MacPherson Vice President I Secretary N Q' . ' - ,r., ,K ,gem-f.: ,ki . sl. Dale Glidden i President f 1 'iff f 4 ,Q james Ansara Beverly Lytle Treasurer Historian 27 V X A KGQ-U1 G I Q 1, . K , i . F, X : ,g 5552, Philip Glidden George Hatt Beverly Hatt Patricia Gardner 28 1 F Fred White YVarren Morgan Nancy Cobb Mabel Sears 29 M iff My. If Parlifgiman of 454 J . . or Leona Smaun qw JW fi MW q M !Mf f?jf,f'!f if i r "WM W or Q yi M p ,M ff if lf I 2 fu 5 - JVM LL? A' KNO! Christina Corbin U X xp' UNL x Q ' Richard Granholm 30 Dorothy jones its I it-mfg The Churchills President and F amiiy. FACULTY S 1, F .S.Tfs youngest student. FAMILIES Gogan Family. 31 The Martels ' l TO THE GRADUATING CLASS UF 196.3 With a pang of sadness in our hearts, we, the first year class, stand quietly on the shore watching the sea roll farther and farther away. The tide of gradua- tion carries with it those fellow-students who have become so much a part of us. VVe find in the sand footprints of our graduates - imprints of the battles, the victories, the fine accomplishments, the enduring labors, the struggles, the friend- ships and examples. Although you are setting sail on the boundless sea of ministry your footprints lie deeply embedded on the shore of Faith School of Theology. When doubts and fears come upon us, trying to sway us from Cod's call on our lives, we will remain in your footprints, firm and steadfast. NVe will endeavor, by Codis grace and power, to walk in the exemplary steps that you have left be- hind. Class of 1965 "They that were full have hired out themselves for bread ..... M I Samuel 2:5 We would like to apply this verse to the Class of 1963. For three years you have given yourselves to diligent study that you might know how to rightly divide the word of truth. You have learned much from your studies but even greater is the knowledge that you have received from the Holy Spirit as you have waited upon the Lord. Now the time is at hand when you will go forth as hired servants of the Lord. As you step out in faith, you can become bread of life to the hungry souls around you. The Holy Spirit can use you to meet the needs of the famishing world. VVe must say farewell to you, our upper classmen, who have been with us through two wonderful years in this School that God has founded. On behalf of the second year class we say, "May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ go with youf, Our prayers will follow you as you go out to become bread for the hungry. Class of 1964 32 l F R E S Ruth Bartley E N Edward Carr Amy C Mary Carr Qffwwiiya BQ4-giwvw H55 6 Mljy ,MM 71 iffy? r fyiwwrff A KLPVWJ Miriam Carr 33 Richard Davis 1 1 Ja X n V NVJNH QW N Jw K XIX fx, H E X 2 f x e ,aj !JX,wfJjN fel WK Roselyn Dingman D ' - QF' ff 1 - ,. ,.L:., k .f ., F ,ze wwf ag- sim viz. fel, V5-gwhngf. 2,-uf: f15e",?,w .sw gwzjer, 'mwf:.?. 2 in -wa-w.v,a4, i-3.51-,,1g X was Paul Duncan Arnpld-+Day 1 , A Therejsa Day - ' D ,Q K x . .MV ' x X 'lx' X4 X Lf .. L N Q . A A e n K. V M 7 an , ' y K Ji: , A wg. I X., Jail .. Q A 3 , A ,xxx-' JK, 7 .4 ' If wx " k 1 F k -. if my -w N jf' xv , . 3, JRLAA . 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Main St. Dover-Foxcroft, Maine Swanson, Arlene Athol Road Templeton, Massachusetts SECOND YEAR Ansara, james 149 Alder St. YValtliani, Massachusetts Cobb, Nancy 462 Merrirnac St. Newburyport, Massachusetts Courtney, Terry 57 Malcolm Circle Dorval, Quebec, Canada Cushman, Paul Box 137 Port Clyde, Maine Gardner, Patricia Allagash, Maine Glidden, Dale 88 Union Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Granholm, Richard H 4,49 Pownal, Maine Hatt, Beverly 88 Union Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Hatt, George 88 Union Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Jones, Dorothy Winchendon, Massachusetts Lytle, Beverly Scotland Bridge Rd. York, Maine McPherson, Reta Bridgewater, Maine Morgan, Warren 16 Fern Park Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Sears, Mable 4 Gerald St. Bath, Maine Small, Leona 54 West St. Biddeford, Maine XVhite, Fred Box 187, Atlantic Ave. York Beach, Maine FIRST YEAR Bartley, Ruth Knoxford, N, B., Canada Carr, Amy 19 Ocean Ave, Old Orchard, Maine Carr, Edward 19 Ocean Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Carr, Mary 1915 Ocean Ave, Old Orchard, Maine Carr, Miriam 1915 Ocean Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Davis, Richard R.F.D. ,gel Houlton, Maine Day, Arnold 97 Union Ave. Old Orchard, Maine 37 Day, Theresa 97 Union Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Dingrnan, Roselyn jefferson, New Hampshire Care of: Carrol Ingerson Duncan, Paul 53 Pine St. Portland, Maine Harris, Darlene 713 Bruce Ave. Ashland, Ohio johnson, Kenneth Canton, Maine Kennison, Marie 1fVinthrop, Maine Kinney, Gilbert Easton, Maine McAvey, Barbara 129 Main St. Belfast, Maine Mitchell, Jeanette 97 Union Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Mitchell, Virginia Smyma Mills, Maine Morris, Patricia 64 Atlantic Ave. Old Orchard, Maine Olsen, Esther 18 Astor Ave. St. james, Long Island, New York Primrose, Joanna . 1 2015 Lee St. " South El Monte, Califomia' Roxborough, Donna 8 Barrows St. Allston, Massachusetts Shaw, Francis 129 Union Ave, Old Orchard, Maine Smith, Donna 7 Broad St. Newburyport, Massachusetts '1 racy, Alden Brown Rd. Caribou, Maine OR Daily communion with Heaven. SHIP Chapel Song Leader. 6:30 A.M. - Prayer Time. Preparing for Chapel. ........ yy 7 ii? Y wwwgvx qv TK Chapel Preacher. 5 39 Brother Morgan - Cod is good! f l E 3 J S a S ,ag h A' '- e , . .L . o f .r USIC f l JW! Trio Delbert Hideout Ieanette Mitchell Paul Cushman Soloist Tina Corbin Aroostook County Trio 40 f T ci Cf ' x 1' x QNX X o M2 Lexx a X x X gf , I f Duet Bob and Harrriet 54? .W 4' w Y 1-0 ,,...f..w..-,M..- Duet Rita and Helen 'f ! Q . F s 'ff W , W, X ,.............,.. -.-...U ,., iw.. - ,, l .- E 1 K 4 i qs, lj m uff w g: 4h raise f gi Z IQ, ,J n I. ' Nr 1 Duet Clark and Ieanette ? 41 'zih 5' X 9 ff Chapel Orchestra. .4 ' NlY'f" 51. A at v . ehheeehe 5 an-f v Another F.S.T. duet???P??? Chapel Pianists 42 y W ws . . , f 'fl ' 'if' sir., an Q 3 ' 5 I fs -M-:W -Nm S - Q wg sz . ff - f F.S.T. Choir. F.S.T. Chorus. 43 Soloist - Joanna Primrose BUT IT SAYS HERE 3 EGGS DUTIE W. 1 sg- sgtqkwfc OH NO! NOT ANY MORE 5 2 E A CHEERFUL XVORKER ,gas EARLY MORNING EXERCISE SCRAPING ga, X Y P Q ,,,...-.--""' .Lf ,Nad , 'z I POTS AND PANS SCRUB IT CLEAN fwffwfwffwhm A ff Q' ,ff di ' SETTING UP 45 T COOK AND COOKEE EDDIE! WORKING? , JK.. A I'LL SHOVV YOU HOVV! WASHDAY BLUES I mi fm -- HIGHER EVERY DAY ag5,3533,'g::4ff ,, sw-m:,.e-W - 'A W I 'T , ......, ,,,,, , .. M... Wm . L, W., ...Q,,..f-QL, ,5 ' mmawan - M' :sr-acfnsrw mam-vu kggg,-4.1-gggmm., ,, W.. .M......L, A,,,,,, . K , . Q N,f, .-Q,-y::M. , ,M :sw-r' Jil-:m:"'M '- ' ZF . uni' ' DUTIES! AMY! WORKING TOO? 47 TOWELS! TOWELS! TOVVELS! f QM ' ar I , 4 . ga' 5 , 'gk W' 'W CAUGHT OFF GUARD STUDYING CAMPUS LIFE CLASSTIME MODERN BEACH COMBERS 48 PREPARING ARTIST AT XVORK YEARBOOK STAFF PROOFREADING 49 3rd YEAR TEST TIME if 2. . READING DUTIES XVHERE DOES IT HURT? DOES IT FIT? MAY 30, 1962 MARS HILL NEXT STOP , MY ,, M E NOT QUITE TIME -.L . I I T i 1 fl ' ilii f lgjlfl i1 :gl ' l fl . Ll NL, 4 IQJ LTIQA tj ,v w h-. LUNCH TIME Q OUR FACULTY if PRACTICING If 1, i' A 35,9 , i - if T I S .,,, 15 ,MLS WT. ing ,. 354' N N S 3 4. T, - ' ' :VZ 'I 5 v F .. Wa COUNSELING 52 HICH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY ROOM CLEANING -G2-P "Wh?iS5 Q "M" if Lg DESTINATION AROOSTOOK A if 55 NEWS FROM HOME PACKAGE FROM HOME HOMEWORK' CANADIAN STUDENTS I ' 53 Missionary Prayer Time "And He said unto them, go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature." Mark 16:15 Earl Courtney - Missionary Evangelist I it "And everyone that hath forsaken, houses, or lorethen, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lanzls, for my nanzefs- sake, shall receive an hundreflfold, and shall inherit ever- lasting lifef, Matthew 19:29 Missionaries to Africa: Martha Carr Nancy Cobb F.S.T. Missionary Group. 55 Missionaries to South America Patricia Morris Christina Corbin ' . g . . W , , F.s.T. FAMILIES H vm, ,WE T , The Days f'f" ek: H . . A E mm-ale The Mitchells The Cliddens T'he Morgans 56 1 FAITH SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY Offers MINISTRY Pentatcuch if y Old Testament History V Poetic Books it Minor Prophets Isaiahz Ieremiah-Ezekiel V Life Of Christt Acts 7 Romans Corinthians and Hebrews Shorter Pauline Epistles V General Epistles Daniel and Revelation Doctrine I cf, Doctrine II V Theology TYP0l0SYvf Dispensational Truth, Bible Introduction ff! Hermcneutics X New Testament Survey' History of Pentecostal Movement REV. RUSSELL K. PIER Founder 41' President a complete Three-Year Course in the Fields of: CHRISTIAN EDUCATION SUBJECTS Pentecostal Truth Public Speaking ff! Homiletics I J Homiletics II ,AV Parliamentary Lawcyj Pastoral Theologytff Counseling Child Evangelism J D. V. Bible School Vi Visual Education 'ff History of Christian Education Story Telling lf Techniques of Teaching ef Principles of Teaching Sunday School Organization Personal Evangelismc! Cults History of Missions Home Missions K if MISSIONARY Missionary Evangelism ff First Aid Home Nursing Obstetrics Ancient History Church History .Z Bible Ceogra hy English I English uf English III Sign Language New Testament Creek Rudiments of Music Conducting iff Choir V! Chorus if Christian Evidences Bible Surveyif Culture! X Missionary Practices and Principles "XOld Testament Survey? Survey of YVorld Missions Archeology Missionary Enterprises ,f- A faith Institute charging no tuition, room or board to any student, and rejecting no one because of race, color, or creed. FULL-TIME FACULTY The 1963-64 Tenn Begins September 29th. For further information write: The Registrar - 88 Union Avenue - Old Orchard Beach, Maine 57 CONGRATULATIONS! GRADUATES! DICKSCN Ei SIMPSON MEATS - FISH - CROCERIES - VEGETABLES Corner Washington and Atlantic Avenues OLD ORCHARD BEACH, MAINE J. M. WCRTMAN Complete Line of Glidden Paints Spred Satin 27 WASHINGTON AVENUE OLD ORCHARD BEACH MAINE Telephone WE 934-2622 CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE CLAM SHELL The friendly Restaurant with Delicious Food 64 Saco Avenue OLD ORCHARD BEACH MAINE Beside the new Post Office White star Inc. DRINK COLE FARM DAIRY Laundry if Dry Cleaners M I L K Corner of Porter and Prospect Sts. Ice Cream and Dairy Products Biddeford, Maine Dial AT 4-8141 BIDDEFORD - MAINE CONGRATULATIONS! Biddeford Maine I-Idrdwdre PLUMBING :: HEATING :: ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES FIXTURES : : HARDWARE : : PAINTS 227 Main Street BIDDEFGRD - MAINE Telephone AT 4-4553 59 FAITH TABERIXIACLE Corner of Atlantic and Third Avenues OLD ORCHARD BEACH -:- MAINE RUSSELL K. PIER, Pastor Telephone 934-4149 SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. CHILDRENS CHURCH 11:30 A.M. YOUTH SERVICE 6:25 P.M. JUNIOR YOUTH 6:25 P.M. EVANGELISTIC 7:30 P.M. THURSDAY PRAYER and BIBLE STUDY 7:30 P.M. ii' Everyone Welcome if AYQQYIFQ26 e .: CON GRA TUIA T I ONS - l cLAss or 1963 L Q L 0,0 4 BIBLES - BOOKS 4 GREETING CARDS O 4 GOSPEL RECORDS YOUR YEARBOOK LITHOGRAPHER 4 SUNDAY SCHO L Tawflnnd SUPPLIES IIIHIIIIHAPH IIIIMPANY SS 152 SPRING S'l'R!ET.PORTLAND.MAlNE 20 LEBANON ST. - MALDEN, MA IMapIewood SquareI 'rn I ra' IH f.,..x 1 60 CHURCH OF GOD 344 MAIN ST. - SANFORD, ME. REV. VVENTWORTH PIER, Pastor Sunday School 2:30 P.M. Afternoon Worship 3:30 P.M. Evangelistic 7:30 P.M. YVednesday Prayer and Bible Study 7:30 P.M. CONGRATULATIONS FROM ALEX PIZZA Alfred Street BIDDEFORD - MAINE Calvary Pentecostal Assembly First Street - Bucksport, Me Sunday School Morning WVorship Evangelistic Tuesday Prayer Thursday Service 10:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M 7:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M REV. AND MRS. RICHARD LEE SANT E BROS. Corner SACO and UNION AVES. Mobil Heat Mobil Kerosene Old Orchard Beach, Maine Telephone 934-2401 KNDXFORD PRAYING BAND CHURCH Knoxford, N. B., Canada Sunday School Morning Worship Evangelistic Tuesday Prayer Friday Youth Service PASTORS:- REV. AND MRS. RONALD 10:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. 8:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. GETCHEL , 61 L.: AW ALLAGASH PENTECOSTAL CHURCH REV. PAUL M. CARB, Pastor Sunday School 1:00 P.M. Worship Service 2:00 P.M. Evangelistic 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Prayer 7:30 P.M. Friday Youth Service 7:00 P.M. CHRIST DIED Fon ALL! l N FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH YoEK, MAINE REV. ALFRED BRADSTREET, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Young People's 6:00 P.M. Evangelistic 7:30 P.M. Friday Prayer and Praise 7:30 P.M. Gorham Full Gospel Assembly Lower Main St., Gorham, Me. The Church With The Sign:- "Iesus Christ, The Same Yesterday, Today and F oreverf' Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Evangelistic 7:30 P.M. Wednesday Prayer 7:30 P.M. Friday Youth Service 7:00 P.M. REV. FRED HENDERSON, Pastor All Welcome Congratulations! Graduates! 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