Fort Wayne Bible College - Light Tower Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Class of 1941
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For'r Wayne, Ind.
Che light Cather
The day is drawing To a close. The shades
of evening are lowering around us. The lime
for worlc will soon be over. Bu? lhe remain-
ing 'raslc is, oh, so greal. Around lhe world,
hungry hearls are crying for lhe bread ol
life, and sin-siclc souls are groaning under
fheir awful bondage. ln view of These con-
difions, we have chosen as our 'rheme 'rhose
words 'rhal ring ou'r as a challenge 'ro Chris-
lian youl'h, "Redeeming lhe lime because
'rhe days are evil."
li is our earnesl desire 'rhal lhrough lhis
bool: some young man or young woman may
be led +o dedicale his or her life lo lhe serv-
ice of lhe Masler.
In recoqnilion and apprecialion of his help-
ful advice, his lhoughlul guidance, and his
friendly inleresl in our Chrislian lives, we, The
Senior Class of l94I, dedicale lhis year's
Liqhl Tower lo our Dean, Rev. S. A. Wilmer.
mhz Efiglli 'dlufuer
DOWN RUDISILL BOULEVARD
Elie light Enfuer
"A 'rhing of be-aufy is a joy forever."
Fosfer Park, wirh ifs swinging bridge, shady frees, and murmuring river, holds a
warm spof in fhe hear? of every s+uden+ who has aflended lhe Forl' Wayne Bible ln-
s+i+u+e. In years lo come, lhe hours spent 'fhere will be relived in floods of happy
The light 'Gfniuer
The beaufiful ci+y of Forf Wayne, wi+h Hs populafion of I25,000, offers fine op
porfunifies +o slrudenfs who wish 'ro work Jrheir way Jrhrouqh school.
The Bible lnsfifufe is sifuafed En one of fhe finesi' resiclenfial secfiens of 'rhe cijry
Ghz light Tulum'
The Vision ofa New Auditorium-Music Hall
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We are fervenfly hoping fhaf fhe dream of a new building will soon come frue.
A greafer Bible lnsfifufe was a parf of fhe vision of fhe founders: for in selecfing a
larger campus fhan was necessary in fheir day, fhey poinfed forward fo a greafer school
in fhe fufure. Amid sfurdy oalcs of virginal foresf, fhey erecfed fhe firsf building,
which served as a complefe unif for more fhan fwo decades. The second maior unif-
Befhany l-lall-was added in V729-30, and 'rhe "Annex" in 1937. Now again, all rooms
are occupied and larger quarfers are urgenfly needed. Buf fhrough fhe vision and
loresighl of fhe founders fhere is plenfy of building room for expansion.
The new hall will be a large sfrucfure fronfing Rudisill Boulevard befween Befhany
l-lall and Indiana Avenue. The fronf wing will house fhe School of Music, furnished
wifh sludios, classrooms, and pracfice rooms. The main parf of fhe sfrucfure will be a
large hall, divided info fwo secfions, one for assembly purposes and fhe ofher for
physical educafion. The new building will relieve fhe presenf conoesfion and will greafly
enhance fhe physical equipmenf of fhe school.
ll is spirifual vision fhal is making possible fhis advance. Through vision of a sinlc-
ing world calling for capable soul-winners, Chrisfian sfewards have already given a
liffle more fhan half of 'rhe esfimafed cosf of 585.000, lf is fhrough ever-living vision
lhaf The building will be erecfed and fhe Bible lnsfifufe will carry forward her God-
Ufhe light Eufuer
By The "EAITI-IEUI. GUIDANCE" OT insTrucTors
whose Iives have been TuIIy consecraTed To The
service oT The MasTer . . . we HACQUIRE
KNOWLEDGE" QT The ScripTures and oTher sub-
iecTs necessary To a well-rounded educaTion . . .
Thus preparing us Tor "CI-IRISTIAN SERVICE"
which we carry on wiTh qreaT ioy and blessing
. . . whiIe, in The meanTirne, by parTicipaTion in
"EXTRA ACTIVITIES," we develop sTronq bodies
and build True ChrisTian CharacTer.
The light ifuiuer
By +r1e"FAlTl-IFUL GUIDANCE" of inslrrucirors whose lives have
been fully consecrared fo The service of Hue Masrer . . .
Trusfee Board Faculfy
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"And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same
commit thou, to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also."-II Tim. 2:2.
Elye Eight Trainer
Rev. J. E. Ramseyer ,..,.,,.,..,..,..,.,, .... .,.. .,...,.,.... P r e siden+
Rev. S. A. Wifmer. . . .... Dean and Regis+rar
Rev. P. L. Eicher.. .... Business Manager
S. A. Lehman
. . ..... Treasurer
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Rev. J. A. Ringenberg, Chairman, I943 .,... .
Rev. W. I-I. Lugibihl, Secre+ary, I94I ....
Rev. J. E. Ramseyer, President l942 .....
Rev. C. J. Oerig, I943 .
Rev. M. N. Amsfufz, I942 .....
Rev. J. S. Wood, I942. ..
Mr. S. A. Lehman, I942 .
Rev. OuinIen J. Everest I94I ....
Rev. Armin Sfeiner, I943 ..
Rev. Jared Oerig, I94I ..
Mr. J. Francis Chase, I94I .. .
Mr. Shirl I-Iaffield, I942,, .
Rev. C. E. Rediger, I94I ....
. . . .For+ Wayne, Indiana
Forf Wayne, Indiana
. . . Berne, Indiana
Royal Oak, Michigan
. . .De+roi+, Michigan
Forf Wayne, Indiana
. . .CIeveIand, Ohio
. . . Chicago, Illinois
.. .. Pandora, Ohio
. . . .Chicago, Illinois
'Eiga light Gunner
JQSEPT-T E. RAMSEYER
Redeeming The Time - Spiritually
Time is an imporTanT TacTor in ChrisTian experience. As iT Talces years Tor an
acorn To develop inTo a sTurdy oalc, so iT Takes Time Tor a Tollower oT ChrisT To rooT
deep, To "grow up inTo l-lim", and To reach spiriTual manhood. T-lowever, some cle-
velop more rapidly Than oThers, because They are "Tollowers oT God as dear children."
Again, as iT requires seasons Tor grain and TruiT To come To The harvesTing sTage,
even so iT is wiTh spiriTual TruiT bearing, and maTuriTy in The godly liTe.
The TexT does noT only clearly indicaTe ThaT iT Talces Time To develop ChrisTian
characTer, as expressed above, buT iT also shows The imporTance oT making The besT
possible use cT The Time alloTTed To us. We musT Take advanTage oT every opporTuniTy
ThaT comes To us.
ln order To do This we musT, TirsT, be Tully assured ThaT we have passed The iniTial
experiences in The ChrisTian liTe-The new birTh, and The bapTism wiTh The Holy SpiriTg
and ThaT we are under The leadership oT The l-loly SpiriT. Then iT we obey The Tollow-
ing exhorTaTions in The Word oT God, we shall be "good and TaiThTul" sTewards oT
The sacred TruTh, and our Time shall be well redeemed:
I. "Be ye ThereTore Tollowers oT God, as dear children: and walk in love, as ChrisT
also haTh loved us." Eph. 5:I,2.
2. "And beside This, giving all diligence, add To your TaiThg" and Then The aposTle
menTions seven graces ThaT we musT add and abound Therein iT we wanT To
measure up To Gods sTandard Tor us. ll PeT. I:5-I I.
3. "Thou ThereTore endure hardness, as a good soldier oTJesus ChrisT," ll Tim. 2:3.
4. "By whom also we have access by TaiTh inTo This grace wherein we sTand, and
rejoice in The hope oT The glory oT God. NOT only so, buT we glory in TribulaTion
also." Rom. 5:23.
5. "As every man haTh received The giTT, even so minisTer The same one To an-
oTher, as good sTewards oT The maniTold grace oT God." l PeT. 4:lO.
6. "CasT noT away ThereTore your conTidence, which haTh greaT recompense oT
reward: Tor ye have need oT paTience, ThaT, aTTer ye have done The will oT
God, ye mighT receive The promise. For yeT a liTTle while, and he ThaT shall
come will come, and will noT Tarry. l-leb. IO:35-37.
REV. SAFARA A.WITTv1ER,A.B.,M.A.
7' i A Ehc Tfiglyt ELTIUBI' -W -- f -
Redeeming The Time - By Mental Effort
Never beTore have men loeen given To Thinlcing abouT The Time as Today.
WhaT is Time? l-low is iT relaTed To ETerniTy? These are speculaTive guesTions ThaT
a Tew rare minds are disposed To consider: Bergson and Spengler among The phi-
losophers, BarTh and l-leim among The Theologians, and EinsTein among The scienTisTs.
BuT mosT oT us are noT concerned abouT meTaphysics, and cerTainly The AposTle Paul
when advising The Ephesian ChrisTians To redeem The Time was noT Thinking in Terms
oT philosophy. l-le was Thinlcing oT Time as a pracTical commodiTy ThaT each one is To
use To greaTesT proTiT. The original word Tor Time means "a Tixed measure." l-low
suggesTivel Only a limiTed amounT is given To each.
The Greek word TranslaTed "redeem" comes Trom a verb meaning "To go To The
marlceT,l' ThaT is "To buy up.'l "To purchase." Time is someThing To be recovered and
exploiTed, Tor in The naTural course oT evenTs iT is misused or squandered. This calls
Tor us To improve every opporTuniTy Tor good.
Only The opporTunisT Thinlcs success is possible wiThouT diligenTly employing his
Time. All greaT men have highly valued Time. They have achieved greaTness noT
necessarily by long liTe, buf by improving Their Time. MozarT died aT ThirTy-Tive, and
David Brainerd Tinished his memorable worlc aT TwenTy-nine. The Tragedy among
sTudenTs in This day oT "Time-saving" conveniences is The prodigal wasTe oT Time. The
Tragedy oT misspenT Time is ThaT iT can never be recovered. The wanT ad ThaT some
one devised is correcT: "LosT: somewhere beTween sunrise and sunseT, Two golden
hours each 5eT wiTh sixTy diamond minufes. No reward is oTTered Tor They are IosT
llof only is Time non-recoverable, buT The small amounT we have is noT exacTly
lno-nn. We lfnow The hour glass is running iTs course, buT we do noT lcnow how soon
The lazT parTicle will have passed Trom Time inTo eTerniTy. May every sTudenl' who
leaves The sacred halls oT The Bible lnsTiTuTe REDEEM his Time. May noT one be an
unfforThy, 5loThTul servanT. Wrrlk 1-irwurrzxlmrlly. rm! Us fools, llllf as u'1'.s1'. rwlwvriirzg the
GIFT: Tlliglit Cainer
Tm' i 'T
T MARTHA W. AMSTUTZ
1 Dean oT Women
Redeeming The Time-In Every-Day Duties
Time musT be oT greaT value To our CreaTor, Tor l-le only gives us one momenT aT
a Time. You have read oT redeeming The Time in The spiriTual and The inTellecTual: now
leT us Think oT redeeming The Time in The secular. Redeeming The Time in The secular
brings blessings in The spiriTual and in The inTellecTual. "Know The True value oT Time:
snaTch, seize, and enjoy every momenT oT iT. No idlenessq no laziness: no procrasTina-
Tion-never puT oTi Till To-morrow whaT you can do To-day."
"Time is lenT To us by God. IT is precious, passing, shorT, and uncerTain." We
cannoT be Too diligenT, IT we consider ThaT we are accounTable as To how we use iT.
l-lealTh, wealTh, knowledge, and Triendships may be regained, buT vanished hours can
never be recalled. LeT us noT give any momenT wiThouT receiving iT in value. We
should so discipline our ways ThaT every move oT The hand, every sTep oT The TooT,
every word of The Tongue, and every ThoughT oT The mind will be OT some value To us
or To our Tellow men.
"As every Thread oT gold is valuable, so is every momenT oT Time." Time is money
aT The Bible lnsTiTuTe as well as elsewhere. As money is being spenT Tor our liTe equip-
menT, we oughT To give our "uTmosT Tor l-lis highesT."
Time is whaT we need, buT alas! how do we use IT? l-low oTTen do we lose Time
by expecTaTion, lack of disTribuTion, or laclc oT deTerminaTion. The suresT way oT using
The precious TragmenTs oT Time is by a well-arranged schedule. "The more we do,
The more we can dog The more busy we are, The more leisure we have."
The way we spend our Time is an index To our characTer. By redeeming The Time
we become dependable, puncTual, aTTenTive, and cooperaTive. ETTiciency and Thorough-
ness are also necessary spolces in The wheel oT Time. "Our yesTerdays Tollow usp They
consTiTuTe our liTe, and They give characTer and Torce and meaning To our presenT
Eiga 355111 quiver
REV. BENJAMIN F. LEIGHTNER
Eorl Wayne Bible lnsfilule
Bible, Theology, Homilerics,
Philosophy, Chrislian Educafion
IRENE SMITH, A.B.
Ohio Slale Universiiy
REV. LOYAL R. RINGENBERG,
Eorl Wayne Bible lnslilule
Winona Lalne School of Theology
Norlhern Bapiisl Seminary
Bible, Church l-lislory, Missions
LTLLIAN MAE ZELLER
Nyaclc Missionary Training lnsiilule
Bowling Green Stale Normal
English, Expression, Chrisfian
The flight Uluiuer
C. ADOLPH GERBER
Moody Bible lnslilule
American Conservalory of Music
Theory of Music, Voice,
Women's Chorus Direclor
RUTH BIXEL, PMB., B.S.M., Mfx.
Ohio Slale Universiiy
Theory ol Music, Piano, Organ
Sherwood Conservaiory of Music
Baldwin Wallace College
Theory of Music, Piano, Voice,
Direclor of Men's Chorus
BERTI-IA LEITNER, A.B., MA.
Universily of Oregon
Winona Lake School of Theology
Porlland Bible lnsliiule
l-lisiory, Apologefics, Missions
-il Cfhe light Quinn
REV. HARVEY MITCHELL
For? Wayne Bible lnslilule
Winona Lalce School of Theology
Indiana Universily Exfension
HAZEL BUTZ, BS.
Norflwern Slale Teaclmeis College
REV. PETER L. ElCHER
MRS. JOSEPH E. RAMSEYER
DOROTHY RUTH FUSS
JANE Y. BEDSWORTH
Ghz Eight EUf11I.'lf
MRS. H. K. POLHAMUS, R.N.
MRS. BERTHA LUGIBIHL
Hosfess, Dining Room Supervisor
Clie light Waiver
When Dorofhy rings +he dinner gong,
You iusf cannolr s+ay hungry long.
When Bible I lefs ou+ al noon,
He makes his way for home righl soon.
As you'll imagine by +he looks,
Miss Leilner knows wha+'s in fhe books
Nor a speck of dir+ is found,
When Molher Lugibihl's around.
Kepl by l-lis love, safe in l-lis fold,
Our spirifs never shall grow old.
l like The spring wi+h flowers gay,
If drives 'rhe cares'of life away.
Gel ready, Elkhart here we come
Unless old Lizzie's on The bum.
Though she's been wilh us buf a year,
She, fo our hear+s, has been made dear
More precious far fhan gems or gold,
Are words of wisdom from Jrhe old.
Ellie light 'Lfuiuer
REV. J. E. "DADDY" RAMSEYER
"Sweefer as fhe days go by."
In spife of his age if is nof unusual fo see
him ouf in fhe back yard of his home
raking leaves or making garden. His is
a life of acfivify.
REV. HARVEY MITCHELL
By fhe fime he cares for his family, meefs
fhe demands of his pasforafe, and col-
lecfs jokes for Bible I class, we suspecf
fhaf our brillianf young professor from
Grabill keeps himself busy.
REV. P. L. IUNCLE PETEI EICHER
"We marvel af his rugged endurance."
When nof busy frying fo balance fhe
budgef "Uncle Fefe" likes fo parficipafe
in afhlefics wifh fhe boys. And, believe
me, he presenfs some sfiff compefifion.
REV. L. R. RINGENBERG
"Hasfe makes wasfef'
His chief ioy is lecfuringjo sfudenfs on
fhe arf of rearing a family.
MISS BERTHA LEITNER ix
"Admired by all fdr her.deep spirifu-
aIify." , X In '
Her chief inferesf: missions.
Her hobby: preparing long examinafions.
MISS MARTHA AMSTUTZ
Her abilify is fo find dusfg her habif is
finding dusfg her pef word is "Dusf."
"Flashing smile, fwinkling eye
Sweef disposifion, fhaf's why!"
MISS LILLIAN ZELLER
"EaifhfuI, consfanf, firm and frue."
Her deep Chrisfian life is fhe resulf of
much medifafion upon fhe Word, and a
close walk wifh fhe Lord.
DEAN WITM ER
Abilify-Laughing af sfale iokes.
I-Iabif-Playing wifh his glasses.
Delighf-Confounding fhe sfudenfs wifh
Eavorife food-M ush.
"Behind a sfurdy schoolroom desk
The Greek professor sfandsf'
She also "sfands" when The winds blow-
fhe wind of fhe English VI sfudenfs re-
cifing Monday morning af 8:00.
-"She lives fo help ofhersf'
She has proved such a fine nurse, we boys
almosf enioy being ill.
REV. B.- E. LEIGHTNER
'Chapfer and verse, please."
An undersfanding counsellor in maffers
of life and docfrin-e.
MISS DOROTHY ROTHFUSS
We know Dorofhy is proud of her work
affer digging up such a good felephone
salufafion, "Culinary Deparfmenfug and
whyi nof? Where could we gef a beffer
Teaching music, learning funny sfories,
meefing obligafions af Elkharf. Whaf a
MR. C. A. GERBER
Chief occupafion: Telling sfories.
Pef phrase: "Tha'r reminds me of . . .
Pef peeve: Singing off key.
Biggesf difficulfy: Being seen.
"Jusf a finy bil of sunshine."
We wonder how so much music
confained in so small a person.
Che light Cainer
. . . we "ACQUlRE KlNlOWLEDC5E" of llwe Scriplures and
ollwer subiecls necessary lo a well-rounded eclucalion .
Seniors Class of '44
Class of '42 Special and Evening
Class of '43
'mhz light Waiver
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c'Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman. that needeth not to be
ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."-11 Tim. 2:15.
Of' V , 'che ifegxp enum
Ziyi WW fi 5,35 ifilii
Adviser: Rev. S. A. Wifmer.
lvloffoz "Aflame for Chrisf."
Colors: Red and whife.
Flower: American Beaufy Rose.
"Lef your lighf so shine before men, fhaf fhey may see your good works, and
glorify your Fafher which is in heaven." These words of our Masfer are words which
we as l-lis followers should heed in fhese dark and sinful days.
We, fhe Class of '4l, feel we have been highly privileged fo spend fhese years
of preparafion in fhe Bible lnsfifufe. They have been years of learning af fhe feef of
Jesus, which have resulfed in fhe molding of our Chrisfian lives. We have chosen as
our class moffo, "Aflame for Christ" Never before in The hisfory of mankind has fhe
need arisen for Gods children fo be on fire as if has in fhese lasf days. As fhe Aposfle
Paul was ready fo preach fhe Gospel fo fhose af Rome, so we are ready fo face a
war-forn, envy-filled world wifh fhe Message of Life.
Chrisf has puf lighf info us as l-lis children, and l-le does nof infend fhaf lighf fo
be hid. God requires of us nofhing less fhan habifual holiness. Candles are nof Iif fo
be looked af, buf fhaf somefhing else may be seen by fhem. Even so, we as followers
of Chrisf are given lighf fhaf we mighf go forfh fo radiafe 'rhe Lord Jesus fo losf
humanify. If is our dufy and ufmosf desire fo be aflame for Chrisf as we leave school.
His nof enough fo be Chrisfian only fo ourselves: we musf be so before God and men.
May God granl' all members of fhe Class of '4l hearfs aflame wifh fhe love of
Chris? as fhey are fhrusf info fhe midsf of a cold and indifferenf world. If we are nof
warming fhe world wifh our lighf, fhe world will be freezing us. Only as we are kepf on
fire for Chrisf will we be usable maferial in fhe Masfer's harvesf field. "Aflame for
Chrisf' is fhe hearf desire of each member of our class-may our hearf's desire always
be a realifyl
The Flight anim if
S E N IO R S fy
DONALD Mcl INITOSI-I-Wesleyville, Pennsylvania.
Theological Course-"For Io me +o live is Christ and To die is gain." Phil. I:2 I.
Presidenr of Senior Class: Chairman Youlh Conference: Sunday School Teaching:
Wesleyan Mefhodisf Mission Cornrniiree: Gospel Team: Evangelisl: Pasror.
BLANCI-IARD AMSTUTZ-Royal Oak, Michigan.
"Bu'r if our gospel be hid, if is hid 'ro 'rhem Ihai' are lost" II Cor. 4:3.
Vice-Presidenl Senior Class: Men's Chorus: Special Chorus: Gospel Team.
ELINOR RICE-Wauseon, Ohio.
"And 'rhe worlc of righreousness shall be peace: and 'rhe eiclecf of righfeousness
quiefness, and assurance 'For ever." Isaiah 32:I7.
Two Year Bible-Music Course.
Secreiary Senior Class: Assislani School Secretary: Sunday School Teaching.
HOWARD STEI N-Sidney, Ohio.
"Bu+ now in Chrisr Jesus ye who somefimes were far off are made nigh by The
blood of Christ" Eph. 2:I3.
Presidenf Mission Band: Treasurer Senior Class: Prayer Leader: Jail Team: Men's
Chorus: Special Chorus: Gospel Team.
ORLAN GOLDEN-Nappanee. Indiana.
"BuI wha'r Ihings were gain 'ro me, Ihose I counfed loss for Christ" Phil. 317.
Chaplain Senior Class: Presidenl' Mission Band: Circularion Manager I94I "I.igh+
Tower": Treasurer Mission Band: Gospel Team: Paslor: Siudenl Cabinei Member.
Elie Tfiglgf 'Uniuer
LEORA ALTHOFF-Aurora, Indiana.
"He hafh saved us, and called us wirh an holy calling, noi according Io our works,
buf according ro His own purpose and grace, which was given us in Chrisl Jesus
before The world began." II Tim. IZ9.
Sunday School Teaching.
AGNES BURLEY-Berne, Indiana.
"Ye have nof chosen me, buf I have chosen you, and ordained you, fhal ye should
go and bring forfh fruii, and 'rhal your fruii should remain." John l5:I6.
Chrislian Educalion Course.
Mission Band Secrefaryf Pholograph Edilor l94l "Ligh+ Tower": Young PeopIe's
Leader: Sunday School Teaching.
RUTH CAMP-Via Mombasa, Easf Africa.
"Thai I may lcnow Him, and The power ol His resurreciion, and Ihe fellowship ol
His sunerings, being made conformable unfo His de-a+h." Phil. 3:IO.
CHARLES IMLER-Wa+erloo, Indiana.
"Now Thanks be unlo God, which always causelh us Io Triumph in Chrisl, and
rnalceih manifesf Ihe savour of His knowledge by us in every place." Il Cor. 2:I4.
Sfreef Meefing Commilieeg Business Manager l94l "Ligh+ Tower": Gospel Team:
IRMA J UDD-Slrailon, Nebraslca.
"I the Lord have called 'rhee . . . " Isaiah 42:6.
Missionary and Chrisfian Educafion Course.
Mission Band Secre+ary: Women's Chorus: Special Chorus: Gospel Team: Bible
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MARY KEI NRATI-I-BeaverTon, Michigan.
"Ye have noT chosen me, buT I have chosen you, and ordained you, ThaT ye should
go and bring TorTh TruiT, and ThaT your TruiT should remain." John I5:I6.
Vice-PresidenT Mission Band: Prayer-Band Leader: STudenT CabineT Member.
ANNA LAUGI-IBAUM-PellsTon, Michigan.
"Behold, I send an Angel before Thee, To keep Thee in The way, and To bring Thee
inTo The place which I have prepared." Ex. 23:20.
AssisTanT EdiTor I94I "LighT Tower": Prayer Leader: Sunday School Teaching:
I-lome VisiTaTion: STudenT CabineT Member: SecreTary of YouTh Conference.
EVELYN NEUENSCI-IVVANDER-McPherson, Kansas.
"DelighT ThyselT also in The Lord: and I-le shall give Thee The desires oT Thine hearT."
Two-year Bible-Music Course.
AssociaTe EdiTor I94I "LighT Tower": VVomen's Chorus: Special Chorus: Gospel
Team: Mission Band PianisT: Mission Band OrganisT.
KATI-IRINE PAULUS-ElIcharT, Indiana.
"My grace is suTTicienT Tor Thee: Tor my sTrengTh is made perTecT in weakness.
MosT gladly The-reTore will I raTher glory in my inTirmiTies, ThaT The power oT ChrisT
may resT upon me." ll Cor. I2:9.
Theological and ChrisTian EducaTion Course.
Sunday School Teaching: ChiIdren's Worlc: Home VisiTaTion: Wesleyan MeThodisT
FLORENCE POWERS-ForT Wayne, Indiana.
"ThaT in all Things I-le mighT have The preeminencef' Col. I:I8.
ChrisTian EducaTion Course.
Women's Chorus: Sunday School Teaching: I-lome VisiTaTion.
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"Por He is failhlul Thai promised." Hebrews lO:23. I 4 , u. M
Two4Year Bible-Music Course. ' f If
Mission Band Pianisl: Gospel Team: Women's Chorus: Special Choifus,
ALICE SCHRECKENBERG-Peoria, Illinois. ' i I
"Thar I may know Him, and Ihe power of His resurreclion, and The fellowship of
His sufferings, be-ing made conformable unlo His dealhf' Phil. 3:IO.
Chrislian Educarion Course. '
Assislanr Mission Band Chorisler: Special Chorus: Women's Chorus: Gospel
Team: Choir Direcror: Sunday School Teaching,
EN SCH UMACH ER-Pandora, Ohio.
"The Lord is my lighl and my salvalion: whom shall I fear? The Lord is The slrenglh
of my life: of whom shall I be afraid?" Psalm 2721.
Three-Year Bibleahflusic Course.
Womens Chorus: Special Chorus: Gospel Team.
RENCE THOMPSOE7CIairlon, Pennsylvania.
"I will say of The Lord, He is my refuge and my lforlress: my God: in Him will
Ilruslf' Psalm 9l:2. y
Four-Year Bible-Academic. M 4
Sunday School Teaching.
RA LEE TINSLEY-Arlinglon, Indiana.
"Call unfo me. and I will answer Thee, and shew Thee greal and miqhiy lhings,
which 'rhou lcnowesl noi." Jeremiah 33:3.
Two-Year Bible-Music Course.
Gospel Team: Women's Chorus.
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ELSIE UEBERSCHAR-Cleveland, Ohio.
"He leadelh me in +he palhs ol righleousness for His name's sake." Psalm 23:3.
Theological Course. I
Gospel Team: Womens Chorus: Special Chorus
VIOLA VAN SCOIK--Goshen, lndiana.
"Behold, l say unio you, liil up your eyes, and look on Jrhe fields: for lhey are
while already +o harvest" John 4:35.
Chrislian Educaiion Course.
Sunday School Teaching: Home Visilalrion.
CLAYTON WEIKER-Clyde, Ohio.
"The Lord is my rock, and my Torlress, and my deliverer: my God, my slrenglh,
in whom I will +rus+: my louckler, and The horn of my salvarion, and my high lower."
Gospel Team: Men's Chorus: Special Chorus.
ROBERT WELCH-Toledo, Ohio.
"Bu+ God forbid +ha+ l should glory, save in +he cross of our Lord Jesus Christ
by whom The world is crucified unlo me, and l unfo 'rhe world." Gal. 6:l4.
Pho+ograph Edilor l94l "Ligh+ Tower": Jail Team: CCC Work: Home Visilalion:
ROY WHITTUM-Tusfin, Michigan.
"O ihe deplrh of +he riches bolh of +he wisdom and knowledge of God! how un-
searchable are His iudgmenis and His ways pas+ finding ou'rl" Romans I l:33.
Edilor I94l "Ligh+ Tower": Associale Eolilor l94O "Ligh+ Tower": Vice-Presidenl
Mission Band: Sunday School Teaching: Gospel Team: Youfh Conference Com-
miflee: Wesleyan Meihodisi Mission CommiHee.
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Preacher -H choir diredor : eI'Iec+ive Ieam
"I am boss on Ihe crew. buf I'm Agnes To you."
"A book in 'rhe hand is worfh Iwo in The room."
Jus+ Iwo pals.
"Shine, shine, shine."
"I+ was his fault nof mine."
"Noi real-, were iusf pracficingf'
"My hear+ lies in Africa."
"Oh! There goes 'rhe sIree+ car."
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She may loe "Rice," buf nof puffed up
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Oppor+uni+y was knocking.
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Firgl Pon: Stella Au-gsburqcr, Rullw Berger, Nora Jane Bolender, Rullw Buclcloli, l-lazelBu1z, David Clarlc,
Lucy Crawford, Mildred Dancer.
Second Pow: Daniel Dcrnmin, Harold Dinfer, Daniel Dyclr, Edna Dyclc, Roborl Ellioll, Charles Glenn.
Marina Grenzclfmcii, Hazel Harle.
Third Pon: LaVern Hein, Pullw Hullord, Helen lmler, Cailwerine lrvine, Wayne Judd, Don Kelly, .
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Firsl Row: lvan Aqin, Winfred Arnsfufz, Laverne Anderson, l-le-len Chrislensen, Elaine Collins, Roberf
Collins, Dorolhy Crosby, Gwendolyn Chapman.
Second Row: William Collier, Wendell Doerfler, Belly Driskell, Roberl Dye, l-lelene Elliofl, Lucille
Fisher. Wilbur Ford, Florence l-labeggar.
Third Row: Maurice Hall, Roberl' l-larle, Edwin Henning, George l-lorn, Juanila Jones, Eudene King,
Floyd Klolzbach, Billy Lewis.
Fourlh Row: D. B. Lamb, Eslher Marlcs, Audine Marhers, Rulhl Neumann, Sylvia Nolan, Viclor Poser,
Ralph Rinqenberg, Ellis Rolh.
Fifth Row: Ada Smifh, Leonard Srnirh, Mildred Slallford, Royal Sleiner, Richard Swedberg, l-larriel
Sweelen, Leslie Sylvesfer, Thelma Van Scoilr.
Sixlh Row: Millie Vermillion, Paul Waqley, Mildred Wanner, Neva Whaley, William Whiteman, Leona
Lehner, Edward Murphy.
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OUR IDAILY PRAYER
STir me, O sTir me, Lord, I care noT how,
BuT sTir my hearT in passion Tor The world:
STir me To give, To go, buT mosT To pray:
DMZWV K STir 'Til The blood-red banner be unTurIed .
of 4 Iands ThaT sTill in heaThe.n darlcnesls lie,
- 'er eserTs where no cross is liTTed high.
W M r ,O sTir me, Lord, 'Til all my hearT
MW oy? ls Ti ed wiTh a sTrong compassion Tor These souls,
Z Il! . 'Til Thy compelling "musT" drives me To prayer:
M Wy ' il n Training love reach To The poles,
d SouTh in burning deed desire:
-ff" 'Til EasT and WesT are caughT in Iove's greaT Tire.
STir me, O Lordl Thy hearT was sTirred
By love's inTensesT Tire, 'Til Thou didsT give
Thine only Son. Thy besT beloved One,
E'en To The dreadTul cross ThaT I mighT live:
STir me To give myselT back To Thee
ThaT Thou c:ansT give Thyself again Through me.
STir me, O sTir me, Lord: Tor I can see
Thy glorious Triumph day begin To brealcg
The dawn already gilds The EasTern sky
O Church oT ChrisT, awalcel awake!
O sTir us, Lord, as heralds oT The day!
The nighT is pasT, our King is on I-Iis way!
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"Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father,
and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: teaching them to observe all things whatsoever
I have commanded yon."-Matt. 28: 19-20.
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Pay Whiffurn, Anna Laughbaum, Don lvlclnfosh, David Clarlc
Donald lvlclnfosh ,,. ..,.. Chairman
Roy Whiffum ,,,Co-Chairman
Anna Laughbaum ,, ,..Secrefary
David Clark . ,., r ,,. ....,......,.......,.,...,.,......,.. ,Treasurer
During fhe early parf of The second semesfer of I94O, God began fo speak fo
differenf individuals of our school abouf fhe need of fhe youfh of Forf Wayne. As
God confinued fo speak, our Dean began lo worlc. Affer much prayer and counsel, il'
was decided 'rhaf fhe sludenfs would sponsor a cily-wide youfh conference. A com-
nnilfee consisfing of six sfudenfs, fhree represenfafives from differenf churches of The
cily, and lwo advisers from our faculfy was appoinled. This comrniffee was in charge
of maling plans for fhe firsf annual cify-wide youfh conference. As much prayer was
zenl up fo fhe fhrone of grace, we feel confidenf fhaf Gods hand was in 'rhe origin
of fhiz irnporfanf movemenf, The sole aim of fhe conference was fo presenl fo The
youfh of Forl Wayne fhe Gospel of Jesus Chrisf.
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GcTober I8, l9, and 20 will long be remembered by The sTudenTs as a Time oT
greaT spiriTual reTreshing, Tor iT was on These days ThaT The TirsT annual ciTy-wide youTh
conTerence, a sTudenT proiecT, was held. The aim oT The conTerence was To reap a
harvesT of young people Tor ChrisT. Our slogan was "American YouTh For ChrisT."
All oT The services were held in The AudiTorium oT The CenTral l-ligh School. Dr.
L. R. lvlarsTon, naTionally known speaker, auThor, psychologisT, and Teacher, Tormerly
presidenT oT Greenville College, now a bishop oT The Free lv1eThodisT Church, was our
speaker. l-lis God-given messages were indeed inspiraTional and very helpTul. A num-
ber oT young people made deTiniTe decisions To Tollow The Lord as a resulT oT' Gods
blessing Through Dr. lvlarsTon's messages.
Mr. Cyril Reid, a young people's song leader Trom WheaTon College, was in charge
oT The music. Special music was rendered aT each service. The PlymouTh Congrega-
Tional Church Junior Choir sang on Friday nighT. On SaTurday nighT, The ForT Wayne
Gospel Temple Band Turnished The special music.
We were privileged by The oTficials of The ciTy To have a parade Through The
business secTion oT The ciTy on SaTurday aTTernoon. WhaT a TesTimony To see 250
young ChrisTians parading Through The ciTy singing "Onward ChrisTian Soldiers!"
Following The parade, There was an inspiraTional service in which Three young people
Sunday aTTernoon, Tour discussion groups were held under The leadership oT very
capable leaders. Following These discussions, Dr. lvlarsTon gave a shorT message. Sun-
day evening as he gave his lasT message on The Theme, "Fields Already WhiTe,"
hearTs were moved To leT God have Tull sway. Dr. MarsTon's closing address was a
climax To Three days oT spiriTual blessing To The youTh oT our ciTy.
We TrusT ThaT each year These youTh comcerences will increase in Their inTluence,
reaching even greaTer numbers oT young people and winning Them To The Saviour.
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Slandin 1: lima Judd, Charles Glenn, Roy Whilluhn, Dan Dernmin, Orlan Golden, I-loward Slein, Billy
Mar, lei'-fafn Pfzikerl Ellicil, Geraldine Path. Sealed: Dorfhev Slabaugh, Slella Augsburqc-r,
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FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Grlan Golden Presidenl. .. ., ,, ..l-loward Slein
Roy Whillum . Vice Rreside-nl , .,. Mary Keinralh
Irma Judd Secrelary . Agnes Burley
Charles Glenn Treasurer.. . ..., Roberl Elliol
Dan Dernmin . Chorisler. ,. ,..,.., I,., B illy Lewis
Slella Augsburger .,Pianisl., . .... .Geraldine Rolh
Dorlhey Slabaugh .Organisr . . .,.. Evelyn Neuenschwander
OUR THEME SONG
We are a lailhlul gleaning band
And labor al our Lord's command,
Unyielding, loyal, lried and lrue
Eor lol lhe reapers are bul few,
Behold lhe waving harvesl field
Abundanl wifh a golden yield:
And hear lhe Lord of harvesl say
To all: "Go reap for me lo-day."
To lhe harvesl lield away,
For The Masler calle+h:
There iz worlc for all 'ro-day,
Ere 'rhe darkness fallerh,
Swiflly do lhe rnornenls ily,
I-'larvesl days are going by,
Going, Going, Going, Going by.
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REV. CLAYTON STEINER
Laboring in Peru, Soufh America
"The missionary spirif is fhe endeavor fo carry ouf Chrisfs lasf command, 'Go ye
info all fhe world and preach fhe Gospel' "-C. l. Birkey.
"The human need is even greafer foday, for 'rhere are more Pagans foday fhan
when Carey leff for India."-S. A. Wifmer.
"Even as fhe law of gravify musf be considered in fhe physical world, so musf
faifh be considered in fhe spirifual realm."--Paul Updike.
" 'Lighf obeyed bringefh lighfg Lighf reiecfed bringefh night' "-Mrs. l-linkey.
"The heafhen know nofhing buf hunger: fhey are fhe ones who appreciafe mosffi
"No one fhaf feels called fo fhe mission field should feel wobbly af fhe knees lin
fhese fimeslf'-Rev. Brooks.
"They fhaf would have fhis faifh las recorded in Hebrews Ill musf be prepared
fo be sfrangely osfracizedf'
"One smell you won'f gef on our fields, and fhaf is fhe smell of modernism."-
Rev. T. J. Bach.
"Never be afraid of a hard frip, buf be afraid of nof being filled wifh fhe I-loly
Spirit"-T. J. Bach.
"Too much cannof be made of anyfhing if fhe vision is clear, and Gods currenf
is on."-C. L. Eicher.
"God willing, may we have more men who will obey when fhe urge comes."-C. L.
"Whaf makes fhe Soufh American people whaf fhey are? Their religion, for rnen's
laws are based on fheir concepfion of God."-Rev. Monfgomery.
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Someone has said, "Music is The link ThaT connecTs The soul oT man wiTh God."
This is seen ThroughouT The ScripTures: menTion oT music is made as early as The TourTh
chapTer oT Genesis. In connecTion wiTh The children oT Israel crossing The Red Sea,
we have The song oT Moses. Whenever Israel won a vicTory, she ceIebraTed' wiTh music
and song, The Song oT Deborah and Barak being an example oT This. Music was used
Tor worship: iT was used aT TesTiviTies. I-Ieaven iTseIT will be Tilled wiTh music. "And
I heard a voice Trom heaven as The voice oT many waTers, and as The voice of a greaT
Thunder: and I heard The voice oT harpers harping wiTh Their harpsf' Rev. l4:2.
Music changes mans emoTions. The saying, "Music sooThes The savage breasT,"
is True. When The evil spiriT came upon Saul, he asked Tor David To play The harp.
The music Trom The harp caused The evil spiriT To Tlee, and all was well wiTh Saul. Saul
is no diTTerenT Trom men Today. Men's hearTs are savage: They are Troubled and sad.
In The IighT oT This, music is oT greaT imporTance in ChrisTian service. Our school
meeTs This need, oTTering one of The mosT compIeTe courses in music. The course
includes piano, organ, voice, harmony, composiTion, hymnology, Theory, sighf singing,
conducTing, normal Training, and group singing. Many sTudenTs have gone TorTh To
bless The world wiTh music. '
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Sfanding: Mildred Slarlord, Dorofhea Marlig, Geraldine Rorh, Fred Rabel, Dan Demmin, Roberr Dye,
Prof. Gerber, Miss Bixel, Prof. Gerig, Billy Lewis, Clyde Collins, Sranley Rupp, Elbert Speclcien,
Dorlhey Slabaugh, Slella Augsburger. Seared: Pafricia Mahoney, Florence l-labeggar, Thelma Van
Scoilc, Helen Schumacher, Belly Gabercliel, Belle Lea Drislcell, Irma Judd, Alice Rupp, Evelyn Neuen-
schwander, Miriam Schumacher.
"Praise ye the Lord: for it is good to sing praises unto our Goin- Psalm 1471.
Every Thursday evening from 7:30 lo 9:00 o'cloclc, a group ol srudenrs galher
in rhe chapel ro sing anrhems of praise ro our blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Chrisr.
We reioice because rhe Lord has given us a new song ro sing. The chorus is under
rhe direcrion of Professor C. A. Gerber, and accompanied by Miss Bixel. We receive
greal' spirirual benefir as well as Jrrainingg for all our classics are Scriprures pur 'lo
music, relling of God's goodness and grearness. The one purpose of our chorus is
+o bring glory and honor 'ro rhe Lord Jesus Chrisr and +o wilness of l-lis redeeming
grace in our lives. Our prayer is 'rhar our organizalion will ever remain a shining lighr,
radiaring l-lis glory.
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Leif 'ro Righl: Florence l-labeggar, Lillian McClaid, Thelma Van Scoilc, Geraldine Rolh,
Edna Worlhinglon, Dorolhea Marlig, l-lelen Schumacher, Miss Bixel, Millie Vermillion,
Prof. Gerber, Juanila Jones, Flora Lee Tinsley, Belle Lea Drislfell, lrma Judd, Marlha
Grenzebach, Elsie Ueberschar, Alice Rupp, Dorrhey Slabaugh.
THE WOMENS CHORUS
"Sing unlo Iliff Lorrl zrilli f,lUlllz'SgIil71il1!Q..i Ps. 1Kl7:7.
The prayer of each member of lhe Womenis Chorus has been lhaf our singing be
praise unlo The Lord and spirifual inspirafion fo lisfening hearls.
This group of sixleen young women, direcled by Professor C. A. Gerber, and
accompanied by Miss Rufh Bixel, enjoyed The high privilege of wifnessing Tor Chrisl
and represenfing +he Bible lnslilufe during a len-day 'four of lndiana, lllinois, and
Michigan. Several concerfs were also given in nearby churches during lhe spring
Very precious lo our hearfs were lhe devofional periods which we had on The
bu: during our four, and The prayer meefings before each service, in which God
prepared us for joyful singing from wilhin. God graciously mel us. To l-'lim be honor
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Leif To Righr: Clayfon Weilcer, Fred Rabel, William Whileman, Daniel Demmin, Wendell Doeriler,
Roberl Dye, Roberl lvlcBrier, Clyde Collins, Lars Blornquisl, Prof. Ira Gerig, Palph Ringenberg, Wayne
Judd, Howard Slein, l.aVerne Anderson, Billy Lewis, Richard Reilly, Richard Swedberg, Blanchard
icSliI1gf0I'fl1 Ilze honor of His name: lllflkt? His praise gIOI'i0llS.,i-PSHIIII 66:1
To lhe group of lwenfy-rwo men who compose 'rhe men's chorus, lhis organiza-
rion has proved lo be a source of blessing and lhe means of expressing ro orhers far
and wide Jrhe devorion which rhey bear for lheir Masler.
The highlighl of lhe year 'lor lhe chorus is lhe spring four, an evenl which carries
rhe organizarion info various paris of rhe counrry, and inro churches of various de-
nominarions. This year a chosen group of sixreen young men, under 'rhe capable
direcrion of Professor lra Gerig, presenred a series of sacred concerrs Through 'rhe
slrares of Ohio and Pennsylvania, wirnessing lhrough song and Jreslrimony lo Jrhe re-
deeming and sancrifying power of rhe Lord Jesus Chrisr.
The chorus has endeavored in all ils services ro give a program nor 'For enler-
rainmenr alone, buf for Jrhe spiriiual edificarion of irs hearers. We rrusl' many have
found spirirual help 'rhrough Jrhe minisrralions of rhe chorus.
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Top Leffz Fred Pabel, Roberl Dye, Blanchard Amslulz, George Horn
Top Pigld: Pmberf Dye, Richard Reilly, Blanchard Arnsfulz.
Lower Lelf: Evelyn Sclwmfdl, Marvel Kloclm, Rufh Hufzlord.
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Lower Leif: D. B. Lamb, Wendell Doerfler, Wayne Judd, Clyde Collins.
J 3.3 Lower Right: Lillian McClaid, Helen Schumacher, Flora Lee Tinsley, Irma Judd.
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THE GOSPEL TRACT TEAM
The Gospel TracT Team has a minisTry which is sadly negIecTed by The average
ChrisTian: yeT one ThaT has been used oT The Lord To reach many men who have Tallen
inTo SaTan's cruel snare. Every SaTurday nighT we gaTher To ask The Lord's blessing:
Then we go ouT Two by Two, even as The Lord Jesus ChrisT senT ouT The sevenTy. While
passing ouT TracTs, we have oTTen given our personal TesTimonies, and explained The
way oT SaIvaTion by grace more Tully. ls iT worTh while? WonderTuIly so, Tor "So shall
my word be ThaT goeTh TorTh ouT oT my mouThq iT shall noT reTurn unTo me void, buT
iT shall accomplish ThaT which I please, and iT shall prosper in The Thing whereTo I senT
iT." Isaiah 55:l I.
. C. C. CAMP
"Training Tor service, and service in Training" is a moTTo applicable To innumerable
and varied Training schools. The spiriTuaI eye paraphrases and reads, "Preparing To
work wiTh ChrisT, and working wiTh ChrisT while preparing." The C.C.C. Camp aTTords
an avenue Tor Training. Weekly The Word is TaughT, and in response six young men
have proTessed conversion. In The camp, educaTion, naTionalTy, and Training mean
IiTTIe. These boys are looking Tor sinceriTy. IT is our Task To awaken in These hearTs
a concern Tor Their eTernaI esTaTe, We pray and work To The end ThaT more oT These
boys-men oT Tomorrow-mighT come To know, Through experience, The lvlasTer Char-
acTer Builder, our Lord.
As The servanTs oT Jesus ChrisT, we counT iT a greaT privilege To enTer every door
oT opporTuniTy ThaT opens Tor service. One oT These doors is The Wesleyan MeThodisT
Mission. Some oT us Teach Sunday school classesg and oThers minisTer in The evening
services, which are enTireIy in charge of The sTudenTs. We have noT seen The work grow
rapidly, buT we praise God Tor T-Iis TaiThTulness in blessing The work wiTh The saIvaTion
oT souls. In This place we have Tound real joy in serving ChrisT.
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHING
We sTudenTs who are privileged To Teach Sunday school classes in various churches
of The ciTy Trom Sunday To Sunday Teel ThaT The pracTicaI work To which we have been
assigned is a minisTry Tull oT much opporTuniTy and responsibiIiTy.
The Teaching meThods, oT course, vary according To The age grouping of The
respecTive classes, buT as children and young people oT high school age consTiTuTe The
greaTesT maioriTy of The classes, we Tind ThaT The visual meThod oT Teaching by obiecT
lessons makes The lesson inTeresTing and sTamps spiriTuaI TruThs more indelibly on young
hearTs. IT is our aim To be TaiThTuI in giving ouT, in The besT possible way, The pure,
unaduITeraTed Worcl oT God, and Thereby lay a ToundaTion Tor belief in ChrisT Tor
The unsaved and aT The same Time ground ChrisTians more Tirmly in The TaiTh.
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Each evening, our meal is closed wiTh a period of fellowship boTh in praise and
prayer. The devoTions vary each nighT. SdmeTimes we form a circle of fellowship
around The walls of The dining room and Tell of The vicTories recenTly won. Then There
is offen a period of inTercession when needs are prayed for. The sTudenTs love To sing
praises To Their Redeemer, and many Times our devoTions are spenT in singing The old
Gospel hymns which renew our faiTh and encourage us onward. AT diTferenT Times
we are privileged To have guesTs or former sTudenTs wiTh us, and They conTribuTe
hearTily To our devoTions. We are ThankTul for These few momenTs each evening when
our hearTs are sfirred anew To serve and TrusT The living God.
5:00 PRAYER MEETING
Each evening from five To five-ThirTy sTudenTs gaTher in The chapel for a missionary
prayer meeTing. We Take a diTferenT porTion of The world each day and are informed
by prayer leaders as To The needs of each parT of The world. We pray for our heaThen
friends who dwell in darkness wiThouT Chrisf, for The missions and missionaries who are
Trying To reach Them wiTh The Gospel, as well as for special needs on The mission fields
of The world. Will you join us in The fellowship of prayer ThaT ChrisT's GreaT Commis-
sion will be compleTed during This generaTion?
HOME VISITATION WORK
lT is a ioy To be co-laborers wiTh The Lord in home visiTaTion work in The communiTy
of The Wesleyan MeThodisT Mission. Our group goes ouT once every Two weeks. Every
Time a door is opened, iT is a new opporTuniTy To wiTness for The Lord and To seek To
win a losT soul Tor Jesus. An inviTaTion To The service is our means of approach. Our
souls have been blessed, by The Tesfimonies of The few ChrisTians we meeT-buT also
saddened by The darkness of sin. We have noT seen many visible resulTs To encourage
us: buT we conTinue cheerfully in our work, confidenT ThaT The Lord will reward us
according To our faiThfulness.
We, who are on The jail Team, praise The Lord for The privilege we have To carry
To These men in prison The Gospel of Jesus Chrisf. The Lord has blessed The eTforTs
puT forTh aT The counfyf iail, and many needy souls have been won for Jesus Chrisf.
Many of These men can only come To one service, buT we are Thankful Tor The privilege
of sowing The seed. Many Gospels of John and TracTs are given To These prisoners,
and we TrusT God will quicken l-lis Word unfo The salvaTion of These men.
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IVAN AGIN-"Blushing is lhe color ol virluef'
GRACE AINSLEE-"Trying lo wallc in lhe sleps ol lhe Saviour.
LEORA ALTHOEE-"ln her very guielness, lhere is charm."
BLANCHARD AMS-TUTZ-"Laugh and lhe world laughs wilh you."
WINFRED AMSTUTZ-"And I oll have heard defended-'Lillle said is soonesl
LA VERNE ANDERSON-"You musl wake and call me early."
STELLA AUGSBURGER-"My lalenl-music: my goal-I-lis glory."
ELEANOR BECKWITH-"God's ways, lhough seemingly myslerious, are always basl."
CURTIS BEDSWORTH-"I lind perlecl salislaclion in lhe ccnlor ol His will."
RUTH BERGER-"The world gives me aliving, bull musl give il a lilef'
LARS BLOIVIOUIST-"GIadness ol hearl is lhe lile ol man, and ioylulness ol man
prolongelh his days."
NORA JANE BOLENDER-"Wherever He may guide me, No wanl shall lurn me back."
BETTE BOOUETTE-"Lel my lile burn oul lor Chrisl who has redeemed my soul."
EFFIE BREIVIER-"ll speech were gold, I'd be a billionaire."
RUTH BUCKLOH-"A bil ol sunshine in a world ol shadows."
AGNES BURLEY-"There is no subslilule lor lhorough-going, sincere earneslnessf'
HAZEL BUTZ-"The lullness ol God's Spiril dwells wilhin."
RUTH CAMP-"Where Alric's sunny lounlains roll down lheir golden sands-
How could I ever slay here, wilh my hearl in lhal lair land?"
REUBEN CANTRELL, MRS. REUBEN CANTRELL-"We are pressing on lo viclory
ARLENE CARPENTER-"Who sweeps a room as lor lhy Laws, lvlalces lhal and lhe
GWENDOLYN CHAPMAN-"The gualily ol mercy is nol slrained-il blesses him
who gives and him who lakes."
HELEN CHRISTENSEN-"You can smile when you can'l say a word."
DAVID CLARK-"ll was lor lhe good ol my counlry lhal I should be abroad."
WILLIAM COLLIER-"The winds are nol always lavorable, bul lhe Pilcl, lhe lvlan ol
Galilee, has never lorsalcenf'
CLYDE COLLINS-"ln lhe lexicon ol youlh is no such word as 'lail'."i'
ELAINE COLLINS-"I am a parl ol all lhal I have mel."
LUCY CRAWFORD-"I would be lrue, lor lhere are lhose who lrusl me."
ELWIN CREVISTON-"Keep lacing loward lhe sunshine and lhe shadows lall behind
DOROTHY CROSBY-"ln her smile lhere is lriendliness: in her voice lhere is charm."
IVIILDRED DANCER-"Lead me in Thy lrulh and leach me."
DANIEL DEMIVIIN-"He has pul a song in my moulh, even praises lo my God."
HAROLD DINTER-"To lhine own sell be lrue-lhou can'sl nol lhen Ioe lalse lo any
WENDELL DOERFLER-"There are lwo sides lo every queslion-my side and lhe
BETTE LEA DRISKELL-"The only way lo have a lriend is lo be one."
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DANIEL DYCK-"NecessiTy lcnows no law excepT To conquer."
EDNA DYCK-"Her ways are ways oT pIeasanTness, and all her paThs are peace."
ROBERT DYE-"IT is such a comTorT To drop The Tangles oT IiTe inTo Gods hands and
leave Them There."
LEONA EHRESMAN-"Simply TrusTing in The Saviour."
HELENE ELLIOT-"Be Triendly and you will never wanT Triendsf'
ROBERT ELLIOT-"Did all This wasTe paper come Trom your room . , . Y"
TYRE EEHMAN-"SelT-conTidence is The TirsT requisiTe To greaT underTaIcings."
LUCILLE FISHER-"She is never alone who is in The company oT noble ThoughTs."
WILBUR FORD-"I love noT Tood The less, buT God more."
GIRARD FRENCH-"I am under The spouT where The glory runs ouT."
BETTY GABERDIEL--"He saTeIy leads my soul along, His loving kindness is so sTrong."
OPAL GARNES-"The happiness of your life depends upon The qualiTy oT your
IRENE GERIG-"I wanT my liTe To counT Tor Him."
CHARLES GLENN-"Souls are in The darlc: love Them, weep over Them, spare no
means To reach Them."
ORLAN GOLDEN-"ConsisTenT as The day is long." X
HOWARD GRAY-"Ready o'er souls To yearn."
MARTHA GRENZEBACH-"To succeed you rnusT earnesTIy desire, and This desire
musT shorTen Thy sleep."
FLORENCE HABEGGER-"Hosanna in The highesTl Hosanna Torever more!"
MAURICE HALL-"DiscreTion oT speech is more Than eloquence."
HAZEL HARLE-"LeT The Redeemer's name be sung, Through every land, by every
ROBERT HARLE-"Lead me To The Roclc ThaT is higher Than I."
EDNA HEATON-"His presence Tills The waiTing hearT wiTh joy."
LA VERN HEIN-"Endued wiTh sancTiTy of reason."
EDWIN HENNING-"I would be an eTTicienT salesman Tor The IvlasTer."
MARCUS HEY-"They conquer who believe They can."
ARLINE HOOK-"l'm pressing on The upward way."
GEORGE HORN-"He who laughs lasT, laughs besT."
RUTH HUEEORD-"The hand ThaT haTh made you TairhaTl'1 made you good."
BEMIS HUNSBERGER-"WhaTsoever Thy hand TindeTh To do, do iT wiTh Thy mighT."
CHARLES IMLER-"Go ahead! Laugh aT my expanse."
HELEN IMLER-"The Lord is my Shepherd: I shall noT wanT."
CATHERINE IRVINE-"God has a plan Tor every IiTe, and Tinding ThaT plan assures
ROY JOHNSON-"Always on Time excepT when IaTe." '
JUANITA JONES-"Happy and Trom all care I'm Tree-Why aren'T They all con-
TenTed Iilce me?"
WALLACE JONES-"A charge To lceep I have, a God To gloriTy."
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IRMA JUDD-"A smile cosfs nofhing, and if buys whaf a million cannot"
WAYNE JUDD-"Absence makes fhe hearf grow fonderf'
MARY KEINRATH-"I have loved my friends as I do virfuef'
JAMES KELLER-"In every acfion, may I please my Masferf'
DON KELLY-"Preaching should nof be a profession or frade buf a passion
BETTE KIENE-"I've found fhe Eriend fhaf never fails."
EUDENE KING-"In honor preferring one anofherf'
MARVEL KLOCK-"There's no friend fo me like Jesus."
FLOYD KLOTZBACH-"Sincerify does nof mean sancfimonious solemnifyf'
JOSEPH KOBLE-"I am nof my own: I belong fo Jesus."
ANNE GRACE KONTRA-"I would nof live in fhe lowlands when fhe hills are calling
ERED KREH-Hlnfenfions are good: accomplishmenfs are befferf'
PAUL KREISS-"In business and in Chrisfian service I would be faifhful 'ro my dufyf'
MRS. PAUL KREISS-"Theres no place like home."
VIOLA KROCKENBERGER-"My purpose-fo make Chrisf fhe cenfer of my business
D. B. LAMB-"I know fhe Lord has laid His hand on me."
ANNA LAUGHBAUM-"And sfill fhey gazed, and srill fhe wonder grew, Thaf one
small head could carry all she knew."
JOHN LAYMON-"Hope is a beffer companion fhan fear."
LEONA LEHNER-"God firsf, ofhers second, self Iasff'
BILLY LEWIS-"Life is real: life is earnesf. And fhe grave is nof ifs goal."
VIOLET LUCKS-"Work fascinafes me: I can sif and look af if for hours."
CLELA LUGBILL-"In quiefness and confidence shall be your sfrengfhf'
ROBERT MCBRIER-In fhe middle of fhe nighf-"Ring oufl wild bells."
LILLIAN McCLAID-"Take my voice and Ief me sing, Always, only, for my King."
DONALD MCINTOSH-"When I survey fhe wondrous cross . .
RUTH MCKINNEY-"Our youfh we can have buf foday: We may always find fime
fo grow old."
CATHERINE MACY-"A life changed by Chrisf will easily conform fo fhe sfraighf-
edge of God's Word."
PATRICIA MAHONEY-"Thy modesfy is a candle fo fhy merif."
ROGER MALSBARY-"An ounce of enfhusiasm is worfh a pound of knowledge."
ESTHER MARKS-"How sweef if is fo labor for fhe Lord."
DOROTHEA MARTIG-"Don'f be a carbon copy: make your own impression!"
AUDINE MATHERS-"A cheerful hearf is accompanied by a happy counfenance "
WILLIAM MERKLEY-"Thy Word is a Iighf unfo my fe-ef."
VIRGINIA MEYER-"For Thou wilf Iighf my candle."
DONALD MILLER--"Whaf a piece of work is man-fhe beaufy of fhis world."
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DALE MOSER-"Smoolh runs lhe wafer where +he brook is deep."
EDWARD MURPHY-"I will meer you in fhe morning, Jus? inside 'rhe Easlern Gale."
RUTH NEUMANN-"My Shepherd is beside me, And nolhing can I lack."
EVELYN NEUENSCHWANDER-"Till dealh do us part"
CHRIS NICKERT-"Show me Thy will, O God, lhal I may walk in il."
SYLVIA NOLAN-"Rich she was of holy lhoughl and work."
KAY PAULUS-"When we cannol be conscious of lhe Lord's presence, we can be
confidem' of il."
VICTOR POSER-"Living lor Jesus wherever I am, Doing each duly in His holy name."
FLORENCE POWERS-"She is-bul words are wanl lo say whal. Bul whal a sludenl
should be, she is lhalf'
ERED RABEL-"I will praise lhe name of God wilh a song."
ARTHUR REIEEL-"ll: we can'+ be singers, we can be bringersf'
MARY JANE REILLY-"Il is beller 'ro be small and shine lhan lo be large and casl a
RICHARD REILLY-"A lown lhal boasls inhabilanls like me, Can have no lack ol
ELINOR RICE-"There is no wisdom like lranknessf'
RALPH RINOENBERG-"How much beller il is To gel wisdom 'rhan gold!"
ELLIS ROTH-"The lrue measure of Iile is nor what we gel our of life, bul whal we
pul inlo il."
GERALDINE ROTH--"A maiden demure, bul wise is she."
ALICE RUPP-"Our besl is lhe leasl' we should offer God."
ANDREW RUPP-"Joy is unallainable aparl from communion wilh God."
JOHN RUPP-"Lives of greal men all remind us, We can make our lives sublime."
STANLEY RUPP-"Wha'r shall I render lo my God for all His gills lo me?"
DORLAND RUSSETT-"My lies are like vows-very binding."
ARNOLD SCHMIDT-"The Chrislian ol all people should have slrong conviclions and
EVELYN SCHMIDT-"Onward 'ro lhe prize before us, Soon His beauly we'lI behold."
ROBERT SCHMIDT-"The worsl of me is known, and I can say lhal I am beller Than
'rhe 'lame I bear." '
MILDRED SCHNUR-"Chisl can become as real lo lhe human hearl as lhe Iile we
live and The brealh we brealhef'
ALICE SCHRECKENBERG-"I make use ol all my 'Golden' opporluniliesf'
HELEN SCHUMACHER-"Sing and lhe world sings wi'rh you."
MIRIAM SCHUMACHER-"There is a proper dignily 'ro be observed in lhe per-
formance of every acl ol life."
ALFRED SHADDUCK-"He prayelh well who Iovelh well."
DORTHEY SLABAUGH-"Thar I may know in ebbless flow, The perfecl peace of full
and pure allegiance."
ADA SMITH-"Ferven+ in spiril, serving lhe Lord."
LEONARD SMITH-"The grealesl achievemenl of lhis life is preparalion lor lhe life
which is 'ro come."
HARRY SNOKE-"Living in lhe sunshine of His love."
ELBERT SPECKIEN-"I will medilale also of all Thy work and lalk of Thy doings."
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LOVAUN SPILLERS-"I have my convicTions, and I am willing To deTend Them."
WILLARD SQUIRES-"All my hope is in The Lord, in The promise oT His Word."
MILDRED STAFFORD-"FaiTh can vicTor be in every Trying hour."
HOWARD STEIN-"A good name is raTher To be chosen Than greaT riches."
ROYAL STEINER-"The same God ThaT solved The problems oT Eliiah can solve mine."
EVELYN STRATMEIER-"ln This world, in whaTsoe'er my sTaTe, IT is The Lord on whom
LAWRENCE STRONG-"One is never Too old To be a sTudenT."
MARY M. STUCKY-"CharacTer is noT a giTT, buT an achievement"
RICHARD SWEDBERG-"IT's noT The way The wind blows: iT's The way you seT your
HARRIET SWEETEN-"Only a sweeT and virTuous soul, Like second Timber, never
LESLIE SYLVESTER-"I'll Take camp meeTings all The year 'round."
ARTHUR TEMPLAR-"The secreT oT success is consTancy oT purpose."
MARION THOMAS-"I like my meals well-seasoned wiTh humor."
FLORENCE THOMPSON-"Live pure, speak True, righT wrong, Tollow The King: Else
FLORA LEE TINSLEY-"IT is boTh The privilege and duTy oT every ChrisTian To ex-
empIiTy The ChrisT liTe."
ELSIE UEBERSCHAR-"l'II sing iT and Tell iT wherever I go-I wanT all To hear iT, I
wanT all To know."
THELMA VAN SCOIK-"He is my sTrengTh Trom day To day, wiThouT Him I would
VIOLA VAN SCOIK-"O, send ouT Thy IighT and Thy TruThg leT Them lead me."
MILLIE VERMILLION-"Never leT your sTudying inTerTere wiTh doing good Tor oThers.'
PAUL WAGLEY-"l dare noT look To The righT or leTT-I musT press Torward."
MILDRED WANNER-"As God leads me will I go, Nor choose my way."
IRMA WARNER-"WhaT Time I am aTraid, I will TrusT in Thee."
CLAYTON WEIKER-"I am called To be holy-To be a sainT."
ROBERT WELCH-"OuT oT The liTe oT school inTo The school oT liTe."
NEVA WHALEY-"A blush is beauTiTul, buT someTimes uncomTorTable."
REYNOLDS WHITE-"The enTrance oT Thy words giveTh lighT."
WILLIAM WHITEMAN-"IT I can keep, one hearT Trom breaking, I shall noT live in
ROY WHITTUM-"He speaks as one who Ted on poeTry."
FLORENCE WILTING-"lT's The seT oT The soul ThaT deTermines The goal and noT The
sTorm nor The sTriTe."
KATHLEEN WITMER-"Music is a chain ThaT links The soul wiTh God."
EDNA WORTHINGTON-"Singing iT my way is clear: praying if The paTh is drear."
MARY DEEN WRIGHT-"ThaT I may dwell in The house oT The Lord all The days OT
ROBERT YOUNG-"To know ThaT Jesus never Tails is su'lTicienT guaranTee againsT all
problems oT Tomorrow."
EDWIN ZIMBELMAN-"Oh, ThaT nighT ThaT God goT ahold oT me."
HELEN ZORB-"I am living on The mounTain underneaTh a cloudless sky."
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Our mosT imporTanT calling is To be sainTs."
"Jesus didn'T come To regulaTe sin: He came To desTroy iT."
"Perhaps some oT you are The answer To somebody's prayer."
REV. J. H. WOODWARD.
Wherever you see Two exTremes in Theology The TruTh is usually in beTween.'
"The capaciTy in which The Holy SpiriT comes To a person depends upon The
capaciTy To receive Him."
"Where TaiTh demands acTion and you do noT acT, your claim oT TaiTh is Talse-."
"IT man had noT been able To sin, he could never be holy." V
DR. JOHN PAUL.
"God is never ahead oT Time, never behind Time: buT l-le is always on Time."
REV. J. E. RAMSEYER.
"ChrisT is The highesT among The mighTy, and The mighTiesT among The holy."
"There is no hope Tor a person who doesn'T learn ThaT he doesn'T know."
"The lowesT rung in The ladder OT Gods grace is higher Than The highesT in The
"There are some holiness people who have a loT oT holes in Their holiness."
h "You may noT have vicTory over everyThing, buT you can have vicTory in every-
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"We hang on Tor dear life-To noThing."
"Jonah Tound himselT inside The whale: buT There is one encouraging Thing, he
Tound a mourners bench."
REV. J. S. WOOD.
"Fear God and you need noT Tear anyone else."
"There is no room Tor deTeaT in The ChrisTian's liTe."
"Missions are The moral equivalenT oT war."
"There is power in The SpiriT To overcome The body."
REV. JOHN DAVEY.
"There is noT a Thing in Theology ThaT is dry excepT To a sTupid mind."
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"We geT more inspiraTion Trom our sermons when we puT more perspiraTion inTo
"You can never know The beauTy oT a rose unTil you know in your hearT, The Rose
"The GreaTesT TruTh in The universe-'God is lovel' "
"You cannoT explain any greaT Thing."
"The man who cannoT speak ouT oT experience abouT The Things oT ChrisTianiTy
had beTTer keep quieT."
"No man is TiT To speak in The name oT ChrisT iT he is aTraid To speak whaT he
"IT you Try To live more religion Than you have, you are going To have a hard Time."
"IT ChrisT is small enough Tor our heads, l-le is Too small Tor our hearTs."
All greaT Things in This world have in Them an elemenT oT mysTery."
"WhaT ChrisT said is oT no parTicular imporTance To us aparT Trom whaT T-Te did."
"You cannoT puT The principles oT ChrisT inTo liTe unTil you have Them in your hearT."
"IT you ever accomplish anyThing in liTe, iT will cosT you someThing."
IT you can Talk abouT anyThing else, you can Talk abouT ChrisT iT he dwells wiThin.
You can'T love and noT Talk abouT iT."
"No man is good unTil he is Gods. IT a man does noT have God, he is bad."
"No person loves you unless he is drasTic in his demands upon your liTe." "Love
"Your ChrisTian experience can be no higher Than your concepTion oT DeiTy."
"The same love ThaT would liTT you iT you accepT iT, will sink you inTo The awTul
quagmire oT eTernal ruin and despair iT you reiecT iT."
"IT our ChrisT is small enough To be comprehended by These liTTle minds oT ours,
T-le can never solve problems any deeper Than ThaT."
"Theology is proTound, and a liTTle man can'T sTudy iT."
"Jesus ChrisT can Take The mosT simple language and give us The mosT sublime
TruThs ThaT human minds can wr'esTle wiTh."
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I909-DERSIE QUINCE-" 'He is faifhful ThaT promised'-Heb. IO:23. I praise
The Lord for Jesus, His Word, and His promises. For every problem There has been a
promise? and when faiThfuI in claiming Them, He has been faiThful in proving Them.
Praise The Lord for such a wonderful Savior!"
l9IO-SAMUEL C. WITMER-"I am praising God more now Than ever ThaT He
permiTTed me To sfudy His word in The InsTiTuTe under Teachers ThaT believed and
TaughT The whole Bible."
I9I I-MENNO S. HIRSCHY-"Praise God for The blessings received aT The
Bible InsTiTuTe and for The fellowship wiTh cIassmaTes represenTing varied walks of life:
missionaries, pasTors, docTor, nurses, auThors, home mission workers, and Those in
secular work. 'ThaT I may lcnow Him' lour moTTol is precious as we live and move in a
world of Trouble and Turmoil."
I9I2-NORMAN HIRSCHY-"Those were Three blessed years aT Bible InsTiTuTe.
TwenTy-nine years have passed since Then-years of Trial, Tesfing, Triumph. OT The
Word we Then sTudied and since have sTudied and proclaimed: we can say wiTh Joshua
I23:l4l, 'NOT one Thing haTh failed Thereoff His grace is sTilI sufficient Praise His
precious name!" '
I9I3-MRS. SAMUEL SCHUIVIACHER lNee Lillie RoThl-"The days ThaT I spenT
aT The Bible InsTiTuTe were very precious days, and have meanT much To me ever since.
I praise God for a school ThaT sTilI Teaches The whole Word of God. May The Lord
conTinue To bless This dear old Bible InsTiTuTe."
I9I4-JOHN E. LAUBY-"I always shall have a warm spoT in my hearT for The
ForT Wayne Bible lnsTiTuTe. The spiriTual aTmosphere and The fundamenTaI Teaching
of The Word puT a foundaTion under my feeT ThaT abides To This day. May The lnsTiTuTe
confinue To Teach The 'faiTh ThaT was once for all delivered To The sainTs' coupled wiTh
Holy GhosT experiences: and iT will go on 'conquering and To conquer'."
I9I5-W. VANCLIEF YAGGY-"GreeTings in The name of our unchanging and
TaiThfuI Lord. IT is hard To realize ThaT TwenTy-six years have passed by since The class
of I9 I 5 IasT Trod The halls of The InsTiTuTe. Our class was one of The smalIesT To graduaTe,
and our ranks have been Thinned fifTy percenf down Through The years by The promoTion
of Three of our number To His presence."
I9l6-ARTHUR F. ALLBRO-"The ForT Wayne Bible InsTiTuTe was The answer To
my spiriTual need aT The Time I enrolled. IT was The spiriTual aTmosphere ThaT burned
inTo my spiriTual fiber The sTabiIizing qualifies so necessary for The esTabIishmenT of
my spiriTual life. Friendships made in This aTmosphere have proved deeper and more
enduring Than all oThers. May This aTmosphere ever pervade her halls."
I9I7-JOHN C. CLASPER-"The Three years lI9I4-I9I7l spenT in The B.T.S.
were mosT profiTabIe. I enioyed The fine spiriTual aTmosphere and ChrisTian fellowship.
The fundamenTal Teaching of Gods Word, and The pracTicaI service were such as To
help fiT me for over TwenTy years of service in Two pasToraTes."
I9I8-MISS SOPHIA PAULEY-"I will never regreT The Time I spenT aT The Bible
InsTiTuTe. IT was There ThaT I became seTTled in my ChrisTian experience and sTrengThened
in my faiTh life. I praise God for The abundanT provision He has made for all who will
come To Him."
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I9I9-MRS. P. M. ACGSTA-lNee E. Luella Benzl-"I shall never cease To Thank
my Heavenly FaTher for The Three precious years which I-Ie permiffed me To spend aT
The Bible InsTiTuTe. They were noT only years filled wiTh sfudy and work, buf years filled
wifh greafer experiences and ofa deeper and closer fellowship wiTh Jesus, my Saviour."
l92O-RUTI-I REDIGER-"Our moTTo 'Jehovah-nissi'. So far as I can learn, Thir-
Teen of The fiffeen are now engaged in parT or Tull Time Chrisfian work. Five are carry-
ing The Gospel To darkened hearfs in India, China, Africa, and Soufh America. The
resT are spreading The Gospel in The homeland. Praise God!"
I92l-DANIEL E. RAMSEYER-"TwenTy shorT years have slipped by since we
Ieff The Bible Training School-now The Bible InsTiTuTe. We spenT Ten years in The
Lord's service in Nebraska, one year in Wisconsin, and are sTarTing our fiffh year in
The Wesf BapTisT Church of Bay CiTy, Michigan. The Gospel is sTiII The power of God.
IT has marvelously Transformed lives and homes here, for which we praise The Lord."
l923-ROY J. BIRKEY-"JusT whaT B. I. has meanT To me during eighfeen years
of service, boTh aT home and abroad, would be difficulf for me To say, because iT be-
came a parT of me. I do noT hesifafe To hearfily recommend iT as The mosT accepfable
place for youTh To prepare for Chrisfian service."
I925-MARION E. GROSI-I-"Praise God for answering prayer and fulfilling
I-Iis promises. Conference has iusT assigned me To The I-IarrieTT M. B. C. Church, near
I-Iillsboro, Ohio. This is a small counTry church in a difficulf buf needy field. BuT God
is able To finish To I-lis glory whaT I-Ie has begun. Pray for me."
I926-MYRTLE E. WISI-IART-"For The fifTeen blessed and fruifful years which
have sped by since my graduafion, I fervenTIy praise God. The Lord has become
increasingly real To me, leading me from vicTor unTo vicTory in my evangelisfic work.
My earnesf desire, 'To be always abounding in The work of The Lord'."
I927-J. J. KLOPFENSTEIN-"Our word of praise, since our graduafion, is
'Greaf is Thy faiThfuIness'. As we have soughT, These fourfeen years, To work in our
appoinfed corner of I-Iis greaT vineyard, in pasToraTes and evangelisfic services, we
have offen proved The exceeding greafness of I-Iis promises and faiThfuIness."
I928-Q. J. EVEREST-"In The firsT LighT Tower publicafion by our class of l928,
I inserfed The verse, 'I can do all Things Through Chrisf which sTrengTheneTh me'. During
These Thirfeen years of pasToraI, evangeIisTic and radio minisfry, God has definiTeIy
verified I-Iis word. We are ioyful in our King."
l929-TILLMAN I-IABEGGAR-"I shall always look back To The Bible InsTiTuTe
wiTh a noTe of praise and Thanksgiving To God for The clear Tesfimony of The InsTiTuTe.
The foundafion of Chrisfian docfrines received There and The Teaching and pracfice
of prayer in The InsTiTuTe have helped me To lead many souls info a clear experience
of salvafion, sancTificaTion, and healing for The body, and To make known The blessed
hope of The near reTurn of our Lord."
I93O-MRS. LOYAL RINGENBERG-"AT presenT I have The happy and high
calling of being a mofher To Lenore and William Carey. The Lord supplies The sTrengTh
as I give 'all-ouT-aid' To my husband who confends for The faiTh aT The InsTiTuTe. We
are happy To be 'workers TogeTher wiTh I-Iim'."
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I93I-H. E. WISWELL-Since graduafing from B. I. lI93Il, fhe Lord has been
so gracious in His care, guidance and grace fhaf a fesfimony of so few words can buf
sound a nofe of hearf-felf fhanksgiving. Buf fo sum if all up info one sfafemenf, I am
glad fo exclaim wifh fhe poef: 'Greaf is Thy faifhfulness'."
I932-CYRIL H. EICHER-"I am deeply grafeful fo fhe Lord for fhe spirifual
help and encouragemenf I received while affending fhe Forf Wayne Bible Insfifufe.
I look back with fond memories fo The fimes of fellowship, insfrucfion, and service
during fhose years. Thank God for an insfifufion which is sfill frue fo Gods unchanging
I'-733-NELLIE E. THUM-"Upon enfering Bible School, I was fold I could know
iusf as definifely when God sancfified me as when He saved me. Somefhing wifhin held
me back. I soughf fhe Lord fo Ief me die, kill me dead, and break fhe chains on fhe
inside. He did if. Bless His name!"
I935-RANDALL lvl. RICE-" 'Hifherfo hafh fhe Lord helped us.' We praise
fhe Lord for His unfailing faifhfulnessz He has remarkably answered prayer: He has
oufsfandingly manifesfed loving kindness and fender mercies: He has given grace
for every frialg He is a presenf living realify: and fhe fufure is as brighf as His promises."
I936-ROBERT C. STRUBHAR-"The joy of my life is fo serve fhe Lord. For
His grace and goodness fo me, I praise Him. I have found Him fo be a mighfy Con-
queror, who never losf a baffle: a faifhful Guide, who knows fhe way, and a frusfworfhy
Friend, who never befrays my confidencesf'
I937-HOWARD G. EICHER-"The words describing our day are 'Wars and
wickedness' wifh all fheir accompanimenfs. The masses are spirifually unenlighfened,
Chrisf reiecfors. I fhank God for fhe minisfry and mission of fhe Bible Insfifufe, indeed
a 'Tower of Lighf'. The many who have passed her halls of Bible fraining are forfunafe,
and fhe days ahead afford us greaf opporfunify fo be lights in a darkening world."-
I938-KENNETH GEIGER-"God has cerfainly been good during The few years
since fhe Class of '38 graduafed from fhe Bible Insfifufe. Reporfs of blessing and vicfory
and usefulness have come from every member of fhe class. We feel fhaf God has a
place for every one of us in His service and by 'rhe grace of God shall go on serving
Him unfil He shall call us home."
I939-NORMAN C. MOSER-"The Lord has done greaf fhings for me whereof
I am glad. I praise Him for saving and keeping me. and for calling me info His service.
I praise Him, foo, for courage fo 'press foward fhe mark for fhe prize of fhe high call-
ing of God in Chrisf Jesus'."
l94O-KENT WELTY-" 'Praise 'rhe Lord, O my SouI'. We have much reason fo
rejoice in God. He has been a Designer who has our lives mapped ouf, a Guide who
has faughf our feef which pafh fo fread, and a Fafher who has opened His sforehouse.
Bless His holy name."
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IO-Regislralion day for new sludenls.
I I-Regislralion day for old sludenls.
I2-Firsl day of school.
I4-Our firsl school picnic al Fosler Park.
I5-Van Scoik's firsl a++emp+ af pie baking. Resull-indigeslion.
26-Two of Violel Luck's house coals appeared al girls dorm rneeling, Violel in
one, and Bob Elliol in +he olher.
27-A new vision of Africa presenfed by Alberl l-lelzer a+ Mission Band.
4-Mission Band Service was presenled by sludenrs who were engaged in full lime
service during lhe summer monlhs.
5-Rulh, l'he daughler of Professor lPopl Gerber, and Wilbur Eicher, son of Rev.
P. L. Eicher, were uniled in marriage in The Firsf Missionary Church.
7-Kay's alarm clock ran down. Resull-lale breakfast hungry sludenls.
8-Monrhly day ol prayer.
IO-An organ recilal presenled by Miss Rulh Bixel.
I8-Opening session of Jrhe Cily-wide Youlh Conference.
24-Who spilled Jrhe ginger in The pumpkin pies?
25-The sludenl body enjoyed 'rhe Mission Band address given by our Dean.
4-Monlhly day of prayer. r
8-Jacob Sheelz enlerlained us wilh his saxaphone.
Unusual Mission Band-A broadcasl from HCJB, Quilo, Ecuador.
l I-Dean Wi+mer's chapel message on War Propaganda.
I2-Mr. lmler, in chapel, gave us a review of his persecufions.
I4-Mr. J. Francis Chase from Chicago illuslraled lhe Jrechnical use of arls.
I6-Belhany l-lall residenls had a Fireside Meefing and drew names for lheir silenl
23-Special supper prepared by Alfred Shadduck and l-larriel Sweelen.
27-Shadduck spilled lhe spaghelli.
6-Mrs. Rhoda l-linkey, who served forly years in China, was our Mission Band
9-Monlhly day of prayer. "Eddie" l-labeggar was our speaker.
I2-Open-house and Reci+al for public and sludenls. '
I3-Never will 'rhe school forgel "LiHle Mose and Zeke." Lulu Irvines was The
I8-Chrisfmas banquel followed by carroling.
2-Baclc 'ro boolcs and slales.
I7-Inspiring Mission Band Service wifh Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ummel.
I8-Four girls enjoyed rhe hamburgers and hor coffee parry ar l2:3O P. M. in room
20-The beginning of a four-day lribularion period. lExams.l
23-During 'rhe firsl porrion of our monlhly day of prayer, Dr. Zoller and lhe "Amer-
ica Back To God Quarreru were wifh us.
24-Regisrrafionz many new laces appear.
2 7-Classes resu med.
Rev. J. S. Wood's rimely message To young men and women confemplafing
Miss Berrschi, a rerurn missionary from Africa spolce in Mission Band.
-John Davey, a nafive of Ausrralia, showed piclures of lhe Wesr Indies in lhe
Firsl Missionary Church. V
Sfuden'r's Reciral in The chapel.
25-Anne Graces birfhday parry.
Mrs. Tomar Wrighr Slerling, a sfudenl in l9I6, was one of our mosf inspiring
Mission Band speakers.
-Womens Chorus sang in 'lhe Firsl Missionary Church.
I4-We will never forgel' Brorher Bach's Mission Band message. Ray Weaver played
Mon+hly day of prayer.
Men's chorus leff +he cify af I:3O P. M.
Women's Chorus lei? The ciry ar 5:30 P. M.
Baclc fo school.
Shadduclc sfepped in rhe dishpan.
3l-The Men's and Women's Choruses refurned 'rhis A. M.
Don and Evelyn announced Their engagement
7-Miss McConnel and her group had charge of lhe chapel service.
9-Campus clean-up day: weiners, beans, leaves, and couples.
I I-The girls of Belhany l-lall enioyed fheir las+ Fireside Meefing.
25-Baccalaureale-Rcv. S. A. Wifmer. speaker.
-Annual Sfudenf Recifal.
Fellowship Circle Dinner.
28-Gradualion-Rev. Clyde Meredilh, speaker.
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Average for first decade ,......... .....,. 5 7
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