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Page 38 text:
"Love For God and His
Word" was the theme of the
52nd annual Bible Lecture-
ship, an event that brings
thousands to the campus, dur-
ing the first full week of
A variety of daily and eve-
ning lectures focused on the
theme and classes were held
tor preachers, Bible school
teachers, song leaders, youth
ministers, church secretaries,
missionaries, and high school
and college students.
Chapel is a special feature
of the week that brings stu-
dents and visitors together in a
crowded Loyd Auditorium.
One special chapel program
was dedicated to paying hon-
or to the church of Christ min-
isters who were 80 years and
older. There were many honor-
ees. There was also an appre-
ciation dinner held for them.
PreacherlJudge Alan E.
Highers conducted the tradi-
tional daily Questions-and-An-
swers Forum. Another pro-
gram included a discussion of
the translation ofthe New Tes-
tament by Hugo McCord.
Youth and Parents night
featured singing by the college
Chorus, the Sonshine Singers,
songs led by various song
leaders, and the annual Gos-
pel Sing Song that was cut
short due to the snowy and icy
According to tradition, the
weather caused many people
to travel home early before the
lectureship was completed.
However, many braved the
storm to hear and enjoy the
many presentations done by
various distinguished speak-
Chapel attendance is checked with
cards during Lectureship. Dean of
Students Cliff Bennett makes his
collection in the balcony. Photo by
tor God and His Word
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Female Students enjoy the chance
to ea! at Paul Gray.
Jerry Moore as Cliff Bennett has the
walk down pat.
Kayla Rlckeft and Tracie Barnes
model at Hall Fr'oland's Fashion
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Page 39 text:
Even during Lectureship Vice-President Roy Sharp makes his announcements. The stage is bedecked with quilts
scheduled to be auctioned by the Associates. Photo by John Bentely.
The chapel crowd files into Loyd
Auditorium for the 70:30 service.
Students join visitors to make the
largest crowd of the day. Photo by
Visitors find Pruett Banquet Hall and
its exhibits a perfect place for
conversation and relaxation. Photo
by John Bentley,
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