Gods Bible School - Conqueror Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1957

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V. 5 .- .- , by BQ' '-f-lr X ', . 3' 'Y ' ' ., Q 1 " ,-,Ut V.: Ee '- -' ' . .v1-- -, - - Ie 'V' - " - " ' " ' 1 :A - . . H, K 0 'f . A V ,rf bv- QI' l . ,, . ivy! ,E ,f ' , - f 'ra-.'Vfw-w . "l,l ' Fifa' A Q 3. 1 , f SLI.. 4 as ' . fl- - D .- , .,.- B , ,jg . .f,m.- ' x ,t ' 'A T fn: ' ' , , ' A' ff. . 1- A I-Q ,,- V t if THE HILL OP 19517 ig Qi! fi-Qgii X g'fE'i'-Q55-Sf' 'asv ggfff.,-1135.2 fglgyx rs. iii? '?Q3N43ixx -x-fr 7 if ,-,. W , syeggh 1 'IA N v "" X X e N Xx On October 18, 1955, a representative committee of the different classes ,f i 5- . 1 - I f 1 , I is ' ' 1 li - .l ' 4 f K , lil X' J 1 . 1 f -T X 1' ' ' .. qgsfun fi ll ' on .3 "'....?1N 7 if ' N Q . A- X ,-.4-" v-, 'sv , e N 'Ca ' X 1 I 5-' -bi:-'Q X 1.7-X it 5' s -hr 5 - -I Q x ,L ,L 3 .. X .- . , T N ---. .- , .xx -lx. - .N -- wa: f '?'::j I-o - 5 Y'x xi N. 'fs"N 'xi , .hir ". g' 2 - ,sic vit 'ax-.' N- , .nr .-,,-,. l -4-:H v I, . ,Ou.- 4, , - ,E 5 . 5: N, g'x:..."4 1 --cw. '- .-Qvml gf- K Q ' S e if i' 5 , b ' -.5-4-N.:-, x , ' ' ,., h It .. is """':.-41' xs N . 'Yi N sn X Q ' I 1 . . s f ki R 9 , 15 . . e N fi? fx' Y .rj r '. 4 : ' N ' f E5 X ' -,X N Qpp! , xx . l v 4 :L X. , .le ka 1 7 X 1, t vs ' .-. we e N T - f 5 . -X S- " f - ii 'V 'lf fl 1 V i .T if! I :Y 'V Tin, I n X , l X K .A 1 1 of each school and their sponsors niet in classroom l and voted on a PER- MANENT name, THE HILL TOP, for the school annual. The Old Rugged Cross On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross, The emblem of suff'ring and shameg And I love that old cross where the dearest and best For a world of lost sinners was slain. Oh, that old rugged cross, so despised by the world, Has a wondrous attraction for meg For the dear Lamb of God left His glory above To bear it to dark Calvary. In the old rugged cross, stained with blood so divine, A wondrous beauty I seep For 'twas on that old cross Jesus suffered and died To pardon and sanctify me. To the old rugged cross I will ever be true, Its shame and reproach gladly bearg Then He'll call me some day to my home far away, Where His glory forever I'1l share. Chorus So I'll cherish the old rugged cross, Till my trophies at last I lay downg I will cling to the old rugged cross, And exchange it some day for a crown. We will cling to the OLD RUGGED CROSS ffm fff! 5 X S? MSX XX W A S X Annual Staff? lidilmllfklflr H lmsczlxllix A.s.v1'.xlr1z1l 12-llflllll'-KNIIlI.liliN Mc:M1'1.I.riN girl lfllllflil'-IMJN I i.-uuus 1i:1.w'11f'.m Afllllflgl'IIY-XYARIKICN R.-xxmzk, fQl?URlil'l NIul,:N'l'z l.ilf'r11ry lfzlilm'-RU'l'll ,-XWMAN Tyllzlfsl-lil.MliR XVINNICR IJ!!0f0gI'1lll11l7I'.YgSlCNIOR 611421.55 lf!'ll7'I'.V'71fflff'Ul'.N'-AlUNIUR c:LASS-QQlfR'I'RUl3li NIIKTITR, l,Amm Houzo ANU Slllkl.l",Y Smfu Hman Sczllom.-RUNALD fl.-XRNICS l"a1iu1l1 Aflvixor'-Miss Douurm' XVAl.'I'liRS 5 Dedication 'lihe aged-wise and stzlid and the young-hungry and :tdventurous are ever in desperate need ol one another. Both need to give and receive. XX'e who are vet young are espeeiallv sensitive to the needs and hopes :uid spirit ol' those who :ire still younger. Their present "storm and stress" was ours just a short while QIQO. 'iliherelorez leeling ourselves akin to their situation, we eonnnend to them our eonnnon heritage in the Christ ol the Cross. It is our prayer that the living Christ of the Cross will ever he the guiding principle ol' life for the youth ol' God's Bible School, to whom we hereby dedicate this volume. In Memoriam Miss Irene Melzer was born on the coast of the Baltic Sea in the northern part of Europe. When she was a babe in arms, her parents came to America and settled in New York. She was wonderfully converted very early in life, and later she was sanctified wholly. Miss Melzer came to God's Bible School as a student in 1911. In 1916 she became one of the instructors in the Music Department. She was with the Bible School forty-four years. She received her Bachelor and Master Degrees in Music. In 1955 she was forced to give up her teaching, due to ill health. She passed away May 21, 1956. Miss Melzer not only taught music, but she was a blessing spiritually as well. God's Bible School appreciates her many years of service. May her memory be a continued blessing to those she helped to influence for God. G'od's Bible School Facts God's Bible School was founded by Rev. Martin YVells Knapp in the fall of 1900 for the specific purpose of Utraining Christian young men and women for the great white harvest fields" at home and abroad. The first school work began September 27, 1900, at the present location on Mt. Auburn in Cincinnati, Ohio, with seventy-two students enrolled. Two buildings were in use. The faculty was composed of Rev. Knapp and three other teachers. The School began with la one-year course, centering around the Bible. From this modest beginning the School has grown under the blessing of God. There are at present twelve buildings in use, more than three hundred students enrolled, and eighteen teachers. The students are from twenty or more states and seven foreign countries or islands. Many church denominations, most of them holiness, are represented in the student body. Other fields of study have been added until there are seven school departments. The School is international in scope, interdenominational in relationship, and Wesleyan in faith. Its motto is "Back to the Bible." Its emphasis is still on the training of young men and women for the great harvest fields. Approximately 17,000 students have been enrolled in God's Bible School, and forty-three nations have been represented among the fields to which its students have gone in their efforts to bless and lift broken and needy humanity. Widely distributed as these fields are, it is literally true that the sun never sets on the students of God's Bible School. The fundamental aim of the College is to offer an effective liberal arts education, fused with a vital interpretation of truth. It seeks to correlate good scholarship with Christian experience. The School of Theology purposes to send out into a confused world young men and women with some clear, sure word from God. It endeavors to give a comprehensive survey of the liter- ature of the Bible, with its related subjects, in an atmosphere which will strengthen the faith of the student. The High School Department offers secondary training to boys and girls who are preparing for a life of positive Christian living. The Christian WVorkers Department attempts to give the student such a knowledge of the Bible that he will be at home in the presence of any spiritual need. There is also a Music Department, a Six Weeks Course for personal workers, and a Corref spondence Course available to those who are unable to spend time in school. Also connected with the School is a printing plant which issues two weekly papers, "God's Revivalist" and "Sparkling Waters," and other Christian literature. The main events of the year are two regular revivals, the great Thanksgiving Dinner, and the school year closes with the annual Camp Meeting. L v l - A Cribute to Sister 'Peabod5 Sister Peabody came to God's Bible School from the state of Louisiana and taught here uninterruptedly from 1901 to 1952. She was laid aside by illness for two school years. She returned to the School in April, 1954, and again took up teaching. Sister Peabody, we of God's Bible School-teachers, workers, and students-appreciate your fifty-four years of faithful teaching, your sacrifice, your exemplary life, and your love and devotion to God and His cause on the "Mount of Blessings." Many have been the precious Bible truths more than 15,000 students have learned from God through you. May each one of us be as faithful to carry these truths to others as you have been in giving them to us during your years on the "Hilltop," THE HILL TOP 1957 I g fyff l SH:- ."Sf':2'2fs F-.X 535545533 gaggvll 1.,ji3g, S- 7 Aqqq' 4ff,Q zz-Lge ,253 vga .,,,j' 1 QQQXY -1 X , s' - 1 C... 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The Old Rugged Cross On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross, The emblem of suff'ring and shameg And I love that old cross where the dearest and best For a world of lost sinners was slain. Oh, that old rugged cross, so despised by the world, Has a wondrous attraction for meg For the dear Lamb of God left His glory above To bear it to dark Calvary. In the old rugged cross, stained with blood so divine, A wondrous beauty I seeg For 'twas on that old cross Jesus suffered and died To pardon and sanctify me. To the old rugged cross I will ever be true, Its shame and reproach gladly bearg Then He'll call me some day to my home far away, Where His glory forever I'll share. Chorus So I'1l cherish the old rugged cross, Till my trophies at last I lay downg I will cling to the old rugged cross, And exchange it some day for a crown. We will cling fo the OLD RUGGED CROSS HV? ff!! S: W .J I S 'Xe Wx I Q. , L Z 7: ff C 5 2 7: wx Annual Staff libdiflll'-FRED H1cNscH1aN A.s.vi.str1nt f':IHf07'-KA'IWlILICEN Mc:Mu1,1.EN Art lirlllm'-Dux PIARRIS Iiz1.x'i11f'.s'.s Afllllllgf'718'-xv.'XRRl'fN RANCK, Clriokclc Mnurvlz I,1'ft"TIlfl'y lirlifm'-Rim: AVVMAN f"l7'l'AI'Ill!Lfl.1!I'.Y-A rum C11.Ass--CQlsR'rlu'mi NIlK'l'l'K, l,Alflm l lol,1:o gf Pl! 'lfY9" K' Q' if' X X X m ogrnfz Il m--. IQNIUR ,rams W I X ,xx I rj ll N ,g v' . 'G x AND SIIIRIJCY SNIITH Yi lllcll Sc:l1ou1.fRoNA1.D fl,-XRNPS V lfrzrzzlty Aa'vi.m1'-Miss Dmunm' XVAIXVIQRS Dedication The aged-wise and stziid and the young-hungry and adventurous are ever in desperate need of one another. Both need to give amd receive. XVe who :ire vet young are especially sensitive to the needs and hopes and spirit ol' those who are still younger. Their present "storm and stress" was ours just 21 short while ago. 'I'herel'ore: feeling ourselves akin to their situation, we commend to them our common heritage in the Christ ol' the Cross. It is our prayer that the living Christ ol' the Cross will ever he the guiding principle of life for the youth of Gods Bible Sehool, to whom we herehy dedicate this volume. In Memoriam Miss Irene Melzer was born on the coast of the Baltic Sea in the northern part of Europe. When she was a babe in arms, her parents came to America and settled in New York. She was wonderfully converted very early in life, and later she was sanctified wholly. Miss Melzer came to God's Bible School as a student in 1911. In 1916 she became one of the instructors in the Music Department. She was with the Bible School forty-four years. She received her Bachelor and Master Degrees in Music. In 1955 she was forced to give up her teaching, due to ill health. She passed away May 21, 1956. Miss Melzer not only taught music, but she was a blessing spiritually as well. Gods Bible School appreciates her many years of service. May her memory be a continued blessing to those she helped to infiuence for God. G'od'.s' Bible School Facts God's Bible School was founded by Rev. Martin Wells Knapp in the fall of 1900 for the specific purpose of "training Christian young men and women for the great white harvest fields" at home and abroad. The first school work began September 27, 1900, at the present location on Mt. Auburn in Cincinnati, Ohio, with seventy-two students enrolled. Two buildings were in use. The faculty was composed of Rev. Knapp and three other teachers. The School began with fa one-year course, centering around the Bible. From this modest beginning the School has grown under the blessing of God. There are at present twelve buildings in use, more than three hundred students enrolled, and eighteen teachers. The students are from twenty or more states and seven foreign countries or islands. Many church denominations, most of them holiness, are represented in the student body. Other fields of study have been added until there are seven school departments. The School is international in scope, interdenominational in relationship, and Wesleyan in faith. Its motto is "Back to the Bible." Its emphasis is still on the training of young men and women for the great harvest fields. Approximately 17,000 students have been enrolled in God's Bible School, and forty-three nations have been represented among the fields to which its students have gone in their efforts to bless and lift broken and needy humanity. Widely distributed as these fields are, it is literally true that the sun never sets on the students of God's Bible School. The fundamental aim of the College is to offer an effective liberal arts education, fused with a vital interpretation of truth. It seeks to correlate good scholarship with Christian experience. The School of Theology purposes to send out into a confused world young men and women with some clear, sure word from God. It endeavors to give a comprehensive survey of the liter- ature of the Bible, with its related subjects, in an atmosphere which will strengthen the faith of the student. The High School Department offers secondary training to boys and girls who are preparing for a life of positive Christian living. The Christian Workers Department attempts to give the student such a knowledge of the Bible that he will be at home in the presence of any spiritual need. There is also a Music Department, a Six Weeks Course for personal workers, and a Corre- spondence Course available to those who are unable to spend time in school. Also connected with the School is a printing plant which issues two weekly papers, "God's Revivalist" and "Sparkling Waters," and other Christian literature. The main events of the year are two regular revivals, the great Thanksgiving Dinner, and the school year closes with the annual Camp Meeting. A Cribute to Sister Teabodg Sister Peabody came to God's Bible School from the state of Louisiana and taught here uninterruptedly from 1901 to 1952. She was laid aside by illness for two school years. She returned to the School in April, 1954, and again took up teaching. Sister Peabody, we of God's Bible School-teachers, workers, and students-appreciate your fifty-four years of faithful teaching, your Sacrifice, your exemplary life, and your love and devotion to God and His cause on the K'Mount of Blessings." Many have been the precious Bible truths more than 15,000 students have learned from God through you. May each one of us be as faithful to carry these truths to others as you have been in giving them to us during your years on the "Hilltop." ADMINIS TRA TI ON K ia'- i,il- 2 -as G-'U' ""- -Q ini' NZ- 1- k : l f"i1 i 'Ev f"Qf. . .. ...AA ' - 1,::'5::.: :IEE-:,55E::W5Ef ' Z' if NN. ' gi . lffs fi! ,-Q. i Z--d--- an L Three empty crosses on a lonely hilltop have greatly enhanced the Christian's attention for almost two mil- lenniums. The middle cross has received by lar the REV. LLOYD R. DAY greatest devotion. The other two crosses have been Pmsldem sadly neglected. But I see a fourth cross-it is your very own! You must not fail to take it up and bear it. "How then shall they call on hi.m in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher'?l' NVith the song writer, I exhort the class of '57: "Take up thy cross and follow me, I hear the blessed Saviour cally How can I make a lesser sacrifice, , D , When Jesus gave His all?" God Bible School has been blessed in having you Sincerely, splendid young men and women, and we know you have been blessed in being here. L' R' DAY I trust that in the years ahead each one of you "will give to the world the best that you have, and the best will come back to you" with honor to yourselves, your JUDGE ALLEN C. ROUDEBUSI5 Alma Mater, and the communities in which you serve. , Business Manager Congratulations to the Class of 1957! ALLEN C. ROUDEBUSH T E I I l I Faculty G. CLAIR COWDREY, OHIO A. B., M. Ed., M. A. Uni- versity of Cincinnati. Biology, Education, Dean of College ol' Liberal Arts. LEsI.IE D. TVILCOX, NEW YoRK B. Rel.-YVesleyan Methodist College, S. Carolina. Dean of Theology, Greek, Theology. I,Ul.A Clcmfimum, OHIO A. B.-Ohio YVesleyan Uni- versity. English, Latin, Asso- ciate Dean ol' College ol Liberal Arts. NI'f'I"FlE PEAIsoIn', I,oIvIsIANA Th. M.-Gods Bihle School, Registrar DIXIE T. DAY, YVI2s'r X7lRGlNIA A. B.-Marshall Colle g e , Huiitington. YV. Va., Th. B. -God's Bihle School, Spanish in College, High School Prin- cipal. Y LLOYD R. DAY B. S. III Ed., TlI. B., Ed. M. New Testament, High School. YVESLEY E. QQROSSMAN, INDIANA B. S. in A.-Purdue Univer- sity, llld. M. S.-University of Wiscon- SiII. Physical Education, High School, College. Science, High School. E. G. NIARSH, KANSAS Th. M.-God's Bible School. Bible, Christian Workers and College Work . Director, Trustee. TED HENSCHEN, ILLINOIS Teaching Certificate, G o d ' S Bible School. LAVONA L. BVOOD, OREGON A. B.-God's Bible School, B. S. in Ed.-University of Cincinnati, Mathematics and Language, High School. JEWEL BROCK, YVEST VIRGINIA A. B.-God'S Bible School, B. S. in Ed.-University of Cincinnati Social Studies, High School. VIRGINIA WORKMAN, W E S T VIRGINIA Th. B.-Owosso Bible College, Mich. A. B.-Taylor University, In- diana, Theology, Philosophy, L. IJOROTHY NVALTERS, INDIANA Th. B. and A. B.-Gocl's Bible School B. S. in Education, M. A.- University ol' Cincinnati American History and Home Feononiics, High School. So- cial Studies, College. lXfIARGUERITE M. Rmss, OHIO A. B.-Gotl's Bible School, B. S. in Ed.-University of Cincinnati English, High School. FERN HENSCHEN, ILLINOIS Bible, Christian YV o r k e r s Course. FERN E. HAIR, OHIO B. S. in Ed.-University of Cincinnati A. B.-God's Bible School, Commercial Subjects. ,.w""'j! EsTHER IiL1.IoTT, VIRGINIA B. M.-NVomen's C o l 1 e g e , North Carolina M M -Cincinnati Conserva tory ot M u s 1 c . Orclrestra, Music, College and H ig lx School Brzssui S'rANo, PENNSYLVANIA A. B.-Greenville C 0 l le g e , Illinois. Freshman English, Algebra, College Grammar, College W N Administrative Staff and Assistants FI.roN Moosiz Douorm' LAWSON Dum of Men Dean of I'V0n1,en The deans are two of the most needed persons in any school. They have a tremen- dous responsibility and therefore should be respected hy all the young women and men olf the school. E. SHUrrI.I5sWoRTH A. MUIR L. STEWART T. RoIaINsoN Wnsr VIRGINIA CANADA MAm'I,AND CANADA Book Room Supt. of Printing Linotypist Linotypist Q. KIEsIiWETTIzR E. BALDWIN C. GIFFORD I. YVnI.sH OHIO INDIANA MICHIGAN NORTH cARoI,INA Pressman Printing Maintenance Night Watchman Dining Room Clerk A. WHITE INDIANA MAIL ROOM AND MISSIONARY DIRECTOR li. Rm'No1,1ms S. RUWAND KI'fN'l'l'CKY LIST ROOM OHIO PURCHASING AGENT M. HICKS NIICHIGAN CLERK IN GENERAL OFFICE iCenterJ GARNRT1' CHERRY I. BURCH NORTH CAROLINA TEN WEEKS MATRON A. CI.-XIJY Clif IRUI.-X PRES. SECRETARY Ii. IVARE NORTH CAROLINA INVESTMENT OFFICE OHIO HOUSEKEEPING DEPT. A. BOOHER OHIO SUPERVISOR OF GENERAL OFFICE A. IJAVIS I I H If I OLD FOLKS F. li1.1.1o'rT XVICST VIRGINIA A. BAYNUM KENTUCKY ASST. BOOKKEEPER F. IACKSON OHIO CASHIER B OOKKEEPER wmwmw 1. my wws-:R F. CARLSON NEW YORK EDITOR A. I 29' ' 45,594 W , 5 .M , In ,fi I A 232. ' W. IOHNSON A. MARSH MICHIGAN OHIO ASST. EDITOR EDITORIAL OFFICE M. KRSSIIN OHIO ENGINEER KVM. BLITON M. YOUNG INDIANA IOWA MAINTENANCE EDITORIAL OFFICE fCenterJ E. TUTTLE ILLINOIS LUNCH ROOM AND LAUNDRY R. AWMAN WEST VIRGINIA LIBRARY A. GRAY WEST VIRGIN IA KITCHEN CLASSES X f-Ni, If College Class Officers Freshmen President-BILL BLAIR Vice-President-BILL ROSENGREEN Secretary-CONNIE KING Treasurer-SHIRLEY LIVINGOOD Class Sponsor-REV. L. R. DAY Sophornores President-ORVAN LINK Vice-President-PHILIP MITCHELL Secretary-LORETTA GOINS Treasurer-JUNE KANZLEMAR Class SPOHSOT-MRS. COWDREY Juniors President-SAM DEETS Vice-President-ELMER FARMER Secretary-LAURA HOLCXJMB TTECISUTET-TEDDH' HUGHES Class Sponsor-REV. L. D. WILCOX Seniors President-DoN HARRIS l7lC6-PT6Sid6Hf-GLEN REIFF S6CT6ldTy-RUTH AWMAN Treasurer-KATHLEEN MCNIULLEN Class .S'fJ07l5OT-MISS WALTERS College Freshmen YVILLIAINI BLAIR OHIO mmm' S1fAxa1,1e1a C0NN1E K1NG 01110 INDIANA rCe11terl YV11,1,1AM R0sENcREEN OHIO SHIRLEY LIVENGOOD WEST VIRGINIA IJAVID F1.121iN0R 01110 EI.IZAB1C'I'II H11.L N0R'1'11 c:AR0L1NA IANITI' C0014 v1zs'1' VIRGINIA :X ii: -21131 ' X.lL.,- nJ follow 1 f lr I ' UIQ. ,1,, LEWIS MEYERS OHIO TH0mAs GEORGE VIRGINIA Rum' IESSEE IVIICHIGAN l0ANN HUN'1'1aR INDIANA MERLA PFAUTZ I-ENNSYLVANIA SHIQRMAN ISIIRTON jmrzli PACK I'IINNSYI.V.-XNIA K OHIO IYIARILYN SNoDc:RAss oIIIo ICenterl IQDNVARD KANZIIZMAR PICNNSYLVANIA ' Q' ,.Qwsd'lNyA1k ,NW PAIII. IXIICIVCOIXII NIEIIV YDRK CILADYS IVIFTZ wI2s'r VIRGINIA IIINIQ BLACKBURN NDRTII CAROLINA DARRIQLI, GERI,IzIxI1AN MONTANA MARY RowI.ET'I INDIANA IXIARGAREI' RODIQPZRS IJENNSYLVANIA IRA N Ii'I1'I'lC S'I'oN I: MICHIGAN MARIII1 IJHARTII oIIIo www' SIIsAN IIIINIJY EIINIQIQ I'1IiYNUl.DS l'IiNNSYI,V.-XNIA REN'I'I'c1Rx' ICenterI CI,IIfI'oRD LAWSON OHIO MA Mm BADDRR MICHIGAN IARoI.n ICASI' mmm , I Ii'I'IcR I'IAI.I, 'I'IvRRs IsI.ANIm If IUOROTHY BROWN IVIARY I.IiIz VAIIIQHN NEBRASKA wIas'I' VIRGINIA PIIYI.I.Is XVILLIANIS KENTUCKY fJSCAR CLIQARIQ BRITISII GUIANA IUIIIN bAI,x IIR RIcN'I'IIc:RI' ESTHER HUNTSMAN OH IU THIZRFSA FoIII.RIas BAIIAMA IsI.ANns NIAR-IORIE IDAVIS RIQGNALD SAIITII NORTH CARGIIINA I'IaNNsx'1,VANIA RlJBl'fR'l' DITTMAN PI5NNsVI,VANIA RGIIERT HII,ER WEST VIRGINIA MARVIN STAM PER - KENTIICKV RRSKINF HUGHES WEST VIRGINIA XVAYNIC NIAHONFY KENTUCKY I C1IIARI.IQs KANZLIQMAR 1,0IIIsI2 l,III'ToN I'ENNsI'I.VANIA oIIIo , vc-4. , A, X, lCelIterI NL11.I. 'THORNTON VIRGINIA IDORIS HURT INDIANA QIICANETTIC T IQRRIQI. INDIANA I -.V - 1 'Sf f1..,,.,Qi 'A,,: .Q QQ 5124- I f:E,'ws5Q,?g,5 9' Numa 0 ,... K il .,., .,,,:v . Q V A '1 2 RlC'I'PlA NVINICI OHIO .ANI College S ophomores .LEN GAIILIMKDRE JUNE KANZLEMAR VIRGINIA OHIO MARTHA MARSHALL OHIO :X leave V, R..-W7 , I X au TQIAN-MJ' gm! follow I f rue." ily ESTHER ZEHR 5 W INDIANA M ORVAN LINK NEBRASKA LORETTA GOINS WEST VIRGINIA 4Center5 PHILLIP MITCHELL OHIO RICHARD DOWNIN OHIO ORVILLE PARK OHIO NOT PICTURED THELMA BLAIR ILLINOIS RONALD PEPPER MICHIGAN RC, AMOS TII,I,IS OHIO BERNII-1 FRIDLEY ROISICRT GRATE IfENNsYI.vANIA OHIO fCenter3 NIARCELLA CANTER OHIO ARNOLD DEAN NIICHIGAN NIARAIORIE S'I'E'I'I.IiR INDIANA MIiI,vINA CUIXIMINS INDIANA NKJIQNIAN RI1'CHIE VIRLSINIA I-IARPER KENTUCKY TRN N IESSEE NOT I-ICTIIRED RICHARD I,I1I"rOIN OHIO MARSHAIDI. UNCAPHER INDIANA i i I K 3 i 2 5 LEO IEIIRRIQLL MICHIGAN I,1cI.AND BAIIMDRAHIQR MICHIGAN PATRICIA Rl.YSSEl,l, OHIO L. Niggas JIIN KIINsEI,AIAN I-IfNNsx'I.vANIA 7liRONICA DYER IaRI'rIsII GIVIANA ICIIIQN RiJXVIliN wEs'I' VIRGINIA IQIIAINE SWII-'T OHIO FLORENCE NIICTZ wEs'r VIRGINIA c1lI.I,IiT'I'Ii KIAMIQS DOMINICA Is, w. I. ww' ANNIE MAE N7AUGHN wEs'r VIRGINIA Emil RLLIEN CHRISTY IAAIES ROwI.EI' PENNSYLVANIA NUM' -IICRSEY ICEIIUETI HERBl41RT BRAN NON PENNSYLVANIA 'AMES GIINDY I-ENNsx'I.vANIA EDVVARD THORNTON PENNSYLVANIA CLEORGE XVATSON OIIIO College funiors SAMUEL DEETS PENNSYLVANIA SHIRLEY CARRICO LEONARD SANREY PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLVANIA TEDDY HUGHES KENTUCKY .NX +I ...U 4' QSUC 'IV' XQ-.Nl 1' ,. L -I ff gf all 1 X """ jf am! follow ' I me." X l'-H I I BURTON ADISKA QW! MICHIGAN WINSTON XIVEHRMAN BIISSOURI 1Centerp LAURA PIOLCOINIB PENNSYLVANIA RU'l'H KDSISURN OIIIO EVELYN 'THORNTON NORTH CAROLINA IRIZNIC NIAURFR I'I-:NNsYLvANIA SHIRLEY SMITH INDIANA -IOSEPH KANZLEMAR PENNSYLVANIA SI E YOU NGSTRO M OHIO EARL SMITH PENNSYLVANIA CEDRIC YVILSON CAROL YERIAN INDIANA OHIO ICEHIZEII CLFRTRUDE MIKTUK NEW YORK ssEI.L f,S'I'RANDER PENNSYLVANIA IzI.rON MOO5E OHIO PAUL SCHEUERINIIER ILLINOIS YVILLARD METZ WEST VIRGINIA MARSHALL PRUETT INDIANA DARRELL Crlzlz. OHIO KENNETH CZAYHEART ILLINOIS Sponsor DoRorH Y YVALTERS College Senior Class CLASS COLORS Green and white C.LAss FLOWER White earnation CLASS Morro Christ-His Highest DON HARRIS-TH. B. OHIO Choir 1, 2, 33 College Prayer Meeting Song Leader l, 23 Class Pres. l, 2, 3, 4g Rock of Ages Quartet l, 2, 3, 4, Pan-American Club 2g Christian Nvorkers Course 1 semester. "Trust in the Lord with all thine heartg and lean not unto thine own understanding." Proverbs 325. GLEN REIFF-TH. B. GUATEMALA Class V. Pres. 45 Pan-American Club Pres. 35 Attended "Instituto Biblieo Emmanuel," Guatemala, C. A. "And he is the head of the body, the cihztreh: who is the beginning, the hfrstborn from the deadg that in all things he might have the jzreeininencef' Colossians l:l8 K.'x'lilil.l'll'lN Mc:Mu1.I.12N-A. B. lNl1c:111caAN IS, l: Class Treasurer -lg Band Leader 1, fl, -l Genera! Olliee. .shall I11'1'f'l'f 11131 j1111l1s." Proverbs 3:6 'fri-'o lll'Nf'Ill"N X B A x , '.. S . .. -. , , Onio Choir 2. Big Brother Club Al, liclitor ol' Annual -l. "l3111 111111 1l11f z1'o1'ld 1111151 14110111 111111 I 101113 II11' l"111l11'1',' llllfl as II11' F111l1m' 11111112 me C0111- 6 11111111l111f'111, 1'1'e11 so I do." john l4:3l 'limi HliNSCllil'1Nf-li. S. M. II.1.1Nois . on . -Z an-.Xineritan Club l: Class Irezt- surer 2: Big' ancl Little Brother Club 5 4 Cincinnati College Conservatory ol' Music el. "lIo1111111'1 11151 I1'0l'k.S' 111110 llze Lord, and thy fllllllgllfy .slmll IIC' c'.s'111l1l1'sl1e1l." Proverbs 16:35 Rein Awxmxfln. B., A. B. XVics'r Yixoixm Club 5: Pres. College Prayer Meeting' lg Pan .-Xnieriean 'I'reasurer 5, Annual Stall 4, 5 Orchestra fig Student Chapel Connnittee 5 Librarian 53 Valeclicitorian in Tlx. B. -1: At tenclecl XV. Va. XVesleyan College and XV. Va l'nix'ersity l. fflllf Hwy may fllllflf 'riglli 10 llll' 11110 of Ziff' :jg diy." Revelation --: 14. Monitor l, 2, 35 Pan-Alneriean Club 2, fi: Orchestra 1, 2, fi, gli Big and Little Sister Club I, "In all llly Zl'Ily.S' llCk7l0ZUI6f1gt' llilll, 117111 he Class Secretary 2, 35, -l. 51 Big and Little Siste' A'1ilf's.s'1'1l 1111' llnfy 111111 do his l'0IllHlllllIlIIlf'llf.V 111111 IIIIIY 1'11le1' ill 1l11'o11gl1 fllf' gales 11110 1111 CARNEY SMITH-TH. B. IVIHST VIRGINIA G. I. Christian Vnlorkers Course: High School 1950. "He1'ein is love, no! that we loved God, but tlml he loved us, and sent his S011 lo llc' U16 !H'OllllllllIi0H for our sins." I John 4:10 DoRoTII'I' E. PIIFI-'ER-B. S. L., A. B. fJHIO Chicago Iivallgelistict Institute Graduate: Ten Hleeks Courseg Christian Hlorkers Course. for good lo llzem lhal love God, lo llufm who are llm fuller! 11r'4foI'dl11g lo his l'2I1I'j1o.sf'." Romans 8:28 1 Z IVIYRAI. PIIVFIQR-B. S. L., A. B. flllllj Cllifago Evangelistic Institute CIl'2lllllZlIC. "Follow pwuff' willz all nmn, and llolirlmx willzoul Zlllllidll no man shall .we Iliff l.orrl.' Hebrews l2:l4 CAIuzoI.I. S'I'IcwAR'r-A. li. lVIIc:IIIc:AN PaII-AIIIcI'it'zII1 Club l, 2, fi, -lg Choir l, 23 Haml Leader 2, E53 Engineer l, 25 'I'I'IIc'l4 Driver Il. . . Bffllolfl, ilu' fear of lllf' Lorrl, llmf is Zl'l'.S'f1lOHl,' and lo dffjmrl from cfvfl is IlllIl!'l'- ,vl1uIfliI1g." Joh 28:28 "Ami wr: know tha! all things work logffllzm' v 1 Special Students IIERUY STEWART INIARYLAND NIARTIIA BURKE XVILLIAM f,'I'IS DINKINS oIIIo IIIII0 jAIxIEs CDRNDORFF NVEST VIRGINIA .'-X cava . Ig..-,"'X' ,, .V all QIQIXQLI' Im! follow 3 K me." I Lv., WW ' 55 , j R0uERs MARIIERRY W 1 oIIIo I 491 PAUL YVESTBROOK ROBERT KEITII omo INDIANA fCentery MARIIE TRIVETTE NoR'I'II CAROLINA AIIIJREY CADY GEORGIA High School Class Officers Freshmen President-JERRY EDWARDS ViC6-PT6Sid'6Hf-VIRGINIA ELL1OTr Secretary-SAMUEL SHUTTLESWORTH TTEHSUTET-RUT'HANNE THOMPSON Class Sponsor-MR. GROSSMAN Sophomores President-RAYMOND SHREVE Vice-President-FREDDIE BALES Secretary-JANET FERGUSON Treasurer-LARRY JACKSON Class Sponsor-Miss WOOD Juniors President-LARRY RITCHIE Vice-President-JAMES HULETT S6CT6taTy-GLENN PORTERFIELD Treasurer-JAMES ALLEY Class SPOYISOT-MISS BROCK Seniors-J President-ALAN BURGESS Vice-President-PATRICIA HENSCHEN Secretary-BEVERLY REEDY Treasurer-WILBERT KIDD Class Sponsor-Miss RE1ss High School Freshmen RONAI.D FINK RLYTHANNE THOMPSON PENNSYLVANIA WEST VIRGINIA DARI.ENE GERLEMAN INIONTANA :X Home R..-,"'M P If N I A au WLAN ' and follow I V tue." W ,I--' MELODY SWIFT OHIO QW 5 29,1 JERRY EDWARDS OHIO VIRGINIA ELLIOTI' RICHARD OWEN OHIO NEW YORK 4CenterJ SAMUEL SHDTTLESWORTII OHIO ALAN PITTMAN OI-IIO DAVID ORR OHIO LOIS LOCKI5 PENNSYLVANIA DONALD NVASHBURN INDIANA GLADYS BROWNING WEST VIRGINIA SANDRA LOCKARD OHIO 1Centerb JAM ES STETLER INDIANA EARLY BUT JUST WAIT UNTIL 1971 YUUNGSTROM BABY High School Sophomores RAY'MOND SIIREVE OHIO PAUL MARIEITA JANET FERGUSON OHIO .'-X leave If, X1.n"'7 ,. all SQ I gud follow O i 1 l.-f ffifiy Zyl OHIO PAUL BLITON OHIO LARRY JACKSON INDIANA lCenterj F REDDII: BALES OHIO JOAN DIICKWORTH ILLINOIS JOANN CHRISWELL OHIO JOAN RAYGOSA IDAHO NOT l'lC'l'URFD VANDA fQAYHEART ILLINOIS XVILTON COLMAN LAVERNE HUGHES JAMAICA oHIo 4Centerb HERMAN BAILEY ILLINOIS XVILLIAINI BROWN KENTUCKY AMOS KELLER OHIO CLERTRUDF SMITH OHIO BERNICE HUNTER GERALD POE INDIANA KENTUCKY XIUSEI-HINE HENDERSON KENTUCKY BUFORD BARNES KENTUCKY High School Juniors LAWRENCE RI'FCPllE OHIO jo ANNE CLOSE JAMES ,ALLEY ILLINOIS wIcsT VIRGINIA BARBARA R.AlNI415 'rItNNI2ss1zI: 'Tommie ggbxv' N ' if all Z aucl follow i myfv I!! y I 4 1:,g Ims SMITH WMI INDIANA GLENN PoRTEIzFIELD WYOMING fCenterl JAMES HULETT KENTUCKY IQICHARD EXLLEY wEsT VIRGINIA PAUL DAY OHIO BONNIE KIMBERLIN omo XVILLIAM RICHARDSON KIQNTUCKY nnu ulmimn-nl-ii I'1l.IZAI3l5'I'li HP1l.'l'lJN 01110 JAMES LUNU E1,A1N1i CL00m1AN 1N111AxA 01110 WWE SARA11 RAx'c:0sA XVll,l.l.-XM BRAM1111 IDAHO 141cx'1'11c:1u' 1Centerh fL.-XRRY S1'R1Gc:S 01110 IfD1'1'H I,x'0N INDIANA M11.1mR1i1J ST121'H1QNs OHIO NAMA' XV001.1f0Ru 1'1iNNs1'11vAN1A .HXGNICS liuuu, 1'1:NNsx'1,vAN1A lis'1'111cR K1x11111R1,1N 01110 f1la0RGl" STUNFBURNER ILLINOIS E1.1.YN NICW'l'IJN 01110 SALIA' XVATCHIIRN MICHIGAN IQVA Blix N li'l"l A1 ICII Iufxx MARX :IBF NUIQIII c Alun INA ICenterb BI II I NIILI I IJIJICJ XROI I N IJOUVI Ii 01110 1'.,x'I'RIc:I,x IACKSIIN INDIANA IAN I-IACIXFNBI RC FR I UVIF XVPNCPR CJliIKJ Kllilil IJAVID DI B0TIIs ww IORIX -'Q 'I . X. . . 'I ., .,.. .I- li.-IIIIMRA XVIC.-X'l'Ill'fRS I4I+1N'I'IIc:Iu' wr SAM IIINIQS IIII IO HI Iusl Rl SPI XIII kAxI,xIc A Ia. w. I. KIMIK BIxIIII.Ia OHIO High School Senior Class Motto-EXCIQLSIOR COZOTS-MEDIUNI BLUE AND WHITE Flower-XVHITE SWEETHEART Rosa ' V - ,. .- V W:-:yfff.wff Sponsor Mlss MARGUERITE Rmss ALAN BURGESS, OHIO "And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us:" I John 5:14 PATRICIA HENSCHEN, OHIO "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according lo his purpose." Romans 8:28 WILBIERT KIDD, MICHIGAN "Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the Lord, and de- part from evil." Proverbs 3:7 BIQVERLY REEDY, PENNSYLVANIA "Trust in the Lord with all thine heartg and lean not un- to thine own understandingf' Proverbs 3:5 WAYNE LYON, INDIANA ". . . for I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day." II Timothy 1:12 Mlm, we iwmwfmsw . 1- M ,. -M WANDA BILLS, INDIANA "And the eace o God which P f , passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ jesus." Philipians 4:7 RUTH ESTHER VROMAN, OHIO "I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my Godg in him will I trust." Psalm 91:2 BETTY BAILEY, ILLINOIS "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believethj to the jew first, and also to the Greek." Romans 1:16 RUTH GERLENIAN, KANSAS "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Philippians 4:13 CHARLES FIFE, OHIO "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousnessf' I john 1:9 JACK FULTZ, WEST VIRGINIA "I sought the Lord, and he heard me, and delivered me from all my fears." Psalm 34:4 CECIL BRIDGEWATER, INDIANA "And, having food and rai- ment let us be therewith con- tent." I Timothy 6:8 DONALD DYSON, PENNSYLVANIA "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away, behold, all things are become new." II Corinthians 5:17 JOHN HALL, KENTUCKY "Beloved, if our heart con- demn us not, then have we confidence toward God." I john 3:21 -XI:,-iw I , , ,, . . . W LUTRECIA EDWARDS, OHIO "Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid of them: for the Lord thy God, he it is that doth go with thee, he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee." Deut- eronomy 31:6 BARBARA COLLETTE, OHIO "For I the Lord thy God will hold thy right hand, saying unto thee, Fear notg I will help thee." Isaiah 41:13 RONALD BAKER, OHIO "Fear thou not,' for I am with thee: be not disrnayedg for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee, yea, I will help' thee, yea, I will uphold thee with the ri ht hand of m right- E . 3' eousnessf' Isalah 41:10 CHARLES SHORT, OHIO For to me to live is Christ and to die is gain." Ph111p pians 1:21 PATRICIA HITESMAN, OHIO "In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:6 BETTY ALLEN, TENNESSEE "Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid." john 14:27 RACHEL BERRY, ALASKA "If ye shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it." John 14:14 BERNARD DYNES, OHIO "The next day john seeth jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world. john 1:29 WALTER MC KEE, OHIO "The Lord is not slack con- cerning his promise, as some men count slackness, but is longsufering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance." II Peter 3:9 DONNA NEWKIRK, OHIO "He only is my rock and my salvation, he is my defence, I shall not be greatly moved." Psalm 62:2 RONALD CARNES, PENNSYLVANIA "Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord." Hebrews 12:14 SHERRY GERLEMAN, MONTANA "Now a mediator is not a mediator of one, but God is one." Galatians 3:20 Christian Workers Course IYISIIEIII XVOI'kcIIs CI0lII'SC-I'-TCSIIIIICH Ofiicers ,MINA I.IISSIQNIIUI'-P'l'IfSIdf?llI IIssEI.I. IDIINN-Vilfff l'1'ff.virleI1t .ORIENCIC INICIIANllil,-Sl?t,'7'fflIl7'y EITII QLIIssON-'l'I'ef1,sIn'er f-KLM INA IIUSSIENHOP ILLINOIS JVAYNIC SANDERS FLORENCE IVICDANIEI. WYOMING PENNSYLVANIA 1Centerl RlISSIiI,I, DUNN MICHIGAN :X fcleavo Ir. XKq.II"",-I ,. fv Bu SQ XA, ' 4 .W if anal follow I 'V iff f fm 29,1 FIIEIIRICK I-IAAS OHIO KEITH GIBSON SHIRLEY GERLEMAN INIISSOURI MONTANA ELEANOR INfICREN'NOLDS PENNSYLVANIA BETTY PERRIN PENNSYLVANIA ARRFN SHUI.'l'ZABIiRGIiR NIARIIZ CIIBSON I'FNNSYI.VANIA OHIO 4Centerp COLLINS GORDON INDIANA I'IlII.lTIN I.IONs. PILIN NSX I,VAN IA I? W IOAN INIONROIC BRITISH IIONIII'R.-xs ,ANNA ORNDORFI4' XVICST VIRGINIA IJOROTHI' MON ROIC IIRITIsH HONDURAS JIQANNINIQ SLOIIOHM OHIO JANE SHIRIAZI' PENNSYLVANIA -IIQRRIQII, SMITH I,OIIIsIANA TIIIMAN NIiI.sON sOII'I'H IIAROIIA NOT PICTURICD DONALD STINIVRNSO OHIO RAI,l'l'i MON ROI-I BRITISH HONIIIIRAs R.--ft MIN PARSON OI-IIO NJAMIN .IOACHIM BARBARA HAIGHT sOUTH DAKOTA PENNSYLVANIA AIUAN XIERGARA CAMAGUAY, CUBA GEORGIA REDING JERRY BATTIS MISSOURI PENNSYLVANIA fCenterJ SAMUEL BREWSTER OHIO KIANICE HAZELTINE PENNSYLVANIA KIRKLYN GREENE PAULINIE I.II'Ps OHIO HI'II.EN KEMI' NASSAU, BAHAMAS NASSAU, BAHAMAS EUA1, MEEK 'rI2xAs MX'R'TI.li STALNAKER ZIIRA PICTITT WRST VIRGINIA KRNIIICIU' ICsnterl NIARY RADAR OHIO RICHARD BROOKS OHIO GEORGE BRIQNNIQR PENNSYLVANIA KEITH MCCOLLUM EVANGELINE SAME INDIANA SOUTH DAKOTA FRANK KIQENER INDIANA I I I I 1 I I GIIIIRGIZ SICAY VIRGINIA 2 Christian Workers Co urse CHRISTIAN YVORKERS COURSE-SENIOR OFFICERS HASKELI. BURCH-President ANGELA BORSZICK-Vice President EILEIZN MONTGOMERY-.g6CT6lllTy lVIARI.ENE WVATCHORN-TTGIISTIITKT HASKEI,I, BURCH, MISSOURI "For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." Philip- pians 1:21 ANGELA BORSZICH, SOUTH DAKOTA "The Lord is my strength and my shieldg my heart trusted in him, and I am helj1ed:"' Psalm 28:7 EILFEN MoNTGoIxIERx', INDIANA "In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:6 MARI.ENE YVATCHORN, MICHIGAN "Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord." Psalm 27:14 JACQUELINE BIIRSZICH, SOUTH DAKO'I'A "I can do all things through Christ w h i ch strengtheneth me." Philippians 4:13 SHIRLEY NVATCHORNA, MICHIGAN Ulf God be for us, who can be against ns?" Romans 8:31 SHIRLEY HANKS, KENTUCKY "He mast increase, but I must decrease." john 3:30 DIZIIORIS JOHNSON, INDIANA "He that dwellelh in the se- cret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty." Psalm 91:1 ROBERT HAHN, OHIO "Thou art my hiding place and ray shield: I hope in thy word. Psalm 1l9:l14 MABEI. HICKS, MICHIGAN "They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strengthg they shall mount up with wings as eaglesg they shall run, and not be wearyj and they shall walk, and not faint." Isaiah 40:31 CHARLES CUIVIMINGS, INDIANA "And let as not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not." Galatians 6:9 A C' TI VI TIES ,,.. 5-X, ' -Egfr ' 5, , TEM- ? ,, -E 3 Z HL ZX' I, 5-. -15 ,-"X uid'-E57 3' x . 'Rf' x1"1e-23112219 ev:f5i:"' .,-,,'::. mi- X f- - fix. S'-Q ..- ...Q I ...Z" 5 '55 if - -1-.I ,fr ?-: A-.-N.. , , -. 1' Z .-' , l Z' -Y' 4- 'av-Q ,-- ' ,,- '-1 . Z' f Z--"' College Prayer Group Big and Little Sister and Brother Club High School Group hristian Workers Gro Choir Orchestra Music Students Pan - American Club Annual Staff Left to Right Burk Row: Laura Holcimub, D011 Harris, Elmer XVinner, Shirlcy Smith. lfmnl Row: Gertrude Miktuk, Fred I-ICIISCIICII, Miss Hfaltcrs, Kathlccu McMullen, Ruth Awmzm. No! fJl.l'flH'f'I1I Ronald Carnes, XVz11'1'cu Ranck, George Mouutl. fQ211'11CKI Cllerry. REV. S. D. HERRON Fall Revival Evangelist Mk. AND MRS. BYRON CIROUSE Sono' 1.1'rldf'r Pizznisl Q I Revival Workers Camp Meeting Workers We REV. MILLARD Dowxmc Allcl-year Revival Iivzmgeliszf "For lhe jzreaflzing of the CROSS is to them that perish fo0lishnes5,' but unto us which are saved it is the power of GOD." I Cor. 1:18 REV. H. E. Sczlmul. E1lIL'llgl'll'.Sl THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION You are a graduate of God's Bible School? Then of course you have already joined the Alumni Association, and I know you appreciate the contact this gives you with former students and faculty. Not only is the fellowship you enjoyed as a student a continuous fellowship through the Association, but you are now in a position to be a blessing to your Alma Mater in an ever- increasing way. You are aware, naturally, of the requisite for membership in this Association. A graduate of any of the regular courses is eligible to join, and is enrolled as a full member, those who did not complete a regular course, or those completing a short-term course, are enrolled as associate members. Your Alumni Association wants every former student, teacher, or worker, to join in this fellowship. Since the organization was formed less than seven years ago, in 1950, we have not as yet been able to locate all who have gone from this "Hilltop.l' Perhaps you can help in this matter, and remember that we are counting on you to boost for the Alumni Association of God's Bible School. The Bible School Alumnus is printed quarterly, and is sent without charge to those entered on the membership list. This is a newsy four-page medium of keeping in touch with G. B. S. and with each other. It is a tie that binds us together around the World. DOROTHY REMV, Secretary GOD 'S RE VI VALIST What Is "G0cl's Revlvalistu? Q Briefly, it is a sixteen-page holiness weekly periodical. It was established as The Revivallst in 1888 by Martin Wells Knapp, the founder of God's Bible School, and in its beginning was a monthly publication, consisting of four large pages, printed in small type. The publication oflice was in Albion, Michigan. By 1893, the publication was located in Cincinnati, Ohio, from whence it has been sent on a world-wide ministry up to the present time. At the end of 1894 it was enlarged to an eight-page paper, the subscription price remaining at 30c per year to those "un- willing or unable to pay more." Balances were adjusted by free-will offerings. Quoting the editor, from the issue of january 5, 1899, We read: "The blessing of God has brought The Revivalist from the small four-page monthly to its present place. For its prosperity in the past, and auspicious outlook, we wish to record our gratitude to Him who has so faithfully verified the promise: 'In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy pathsf-Prov. 3:6." At that time it was a sixteen-page weekly, as it is today. The present name, God's Re- vivalist, was adopted at the beginning of 1901. What It Contains Each issue is devoted to the teaching of salvation in its fullness-regeneration and sancti- fication. This may be through sermons and articles by well-known writers, sermons preached at God's Bible School, shorter articles, testimonies, etc. It serves as an official organ of the School, setting forth such activities as the Thanksgiving program, the Camp Meeting, mission- ary programs, and other features. Every issue carries an exposition of the Sunday school lesson, a page devoted to the interests of youth, a page for meditation, and usually some letters from missionaries, many of whom are former students. There are appeals to the unsaved, illustrative materials for ministers, and much miscellaneous reading matter-all on a sound, Scriptural basis. What It Means to You Graduates of 1957, as you depart from this Institution, where God's Revivalist is published, we trust that you have become so much in love with your Alma Mater that you will forever keep up the connections by means of this link, God's Revivalist. Not only will it be meat to your own soul, but also by sending it to others you may minister to many whom you could not other- wise reach. May each of you be a self-appointed committee of one to subscribe to, boost, and scatter Gocl's Revivalist to the ends of the earth. FLORENCE CARLSON, Eflitov 1 wb? Gia R. ug .QYQBQQIQV -'Q' ' ...W M-M wa. QB , QS wmmm mmumw Kmmmvhwm KEYSTON W A .4,.. 2? 3, '- 5 -'5' X A -93 ' 3- AQWNWQIQQQS 5 539 :a::,1::. .:3 Q 4 3 1: ww W 99 W ii was N A y 3: 1 p ,,,,,x9.,..3E6 . - -,f:.a.,,, -ay fi' ww ,ww A -:::, ... . ,,g.:,,. ..,.,.. .,:.. ,. WW. nr N. 14, M. .. lv NW 'W W W 34 ,WA - u V 5 3. ff QS? 'Ms evggr-Q a s 9 4' " Wa Q.-ax "Na, sf Qmeww Yfvfwiiwt I . ,zjmg ,L Q51 if L --.mmf ff , nm ww, a-wmmmmyz ,.Qm,m,..v..wW.muMm. -..,,..,,-N . X Mzmnu in '1- B355 Aww., an Www ff' M sa, W 'mlm wmv S 14' ,km-A W, ,mv A W ,Wf- . ,.,.,,,..I Wi ,244 1-we anno -mums Q 11 f . ,nk if 5 ., W I Wm fw.-fW:, 'W Q? Q WS? QQ? 32? Q3 A ' ,wk mm L ,..,, .. fe www 5-V we' X QUOTES "They are never alone who are accompanied by noble thoughts." 44 u is Go as far as you can see, and when you get there you'll see farther." Never let difficulty stop you. It may only be sand on the track to prevent skidding." Success is the ability to get along with some people and ahead of others." "The greater your troubles, the greater your opportunity to show yourself a man." A4 Take your stand on the Rock of Ages. Let death . . . let judgment come. The victory is Christ's and yours through Him." "Ability plus opportunity equals responsibility." "A man's worst difhculties begin when he is able to do just as he pleases." H n Blessed is the man who does his work joyfullyf' It is not the talented but the consecrated who serve best." When life seems cruel to you, just remind yourself that acting small will never make you bigg be big-hearted with life and it will never keep you down for long." A promise of God is an extension of Himself down to your reach." "God is always doing more in the background than we can see on the surface." "jesus walked like man, but worked like God." "The face is the signal system of the soul." at It isn't doing the will of God that constitutes a cross, but opposition to the way of God, a counter plan of the enemy." "Be thankful that your job is a little harder than you like, for razors are not sharpened on velvet. u nu as SOIDC u Love ma lose man battles but love will win the war." Y Y Love is the dynamo that keeps us from freezing up." For how alive, really, is anyone who exists without bestowing or receiving human love of ortion of each twent -four hours?" P Y . ' , God answers prayer not on the baS1S of who we are but on who and what He IS., All that Calvar rovided, 'ud ment is 'oin to re uire." Y P J S 8 8 fl "Time is never lost that is devoted to work." KI H u In n M U When the outlook is not good, try the uplookf' No man can ever rise above that at which he aims." Dig the well before you are thirsty." Be not simply good but good for something." He best worships God who best serves men." Carve your name on hearts and not on marble." They can conquer who believe they can." The finest fruit earth holds up to its Maker is a finished man." I refuse to let anyone belittle my soul by making me hate him." The family that prays together stays together." ff X LX!! Advertisements We of God's Bible School, the Hill Top Staff, the College Seniors, other students, teachers, and Workers, desire to thank those who have placed an advertisement in this book. You have helped to defray the expenses of the Annual and made it possible to reduce the price of it to all of us. Again, We say thank you. HILL TOP STAFF. White Villa Ax we vu! X Foods Are roonsff 0 ' The Flnest . SOLD ONLY BY WHITE VILLA GROCERS Congratulations, Senior Class of 1957 illllzmh lgilgrim Qlhurrh The Spiritual Church with the Friendly Emphasis Clyde Waites. Pastor COMPLIMENTS WOM gbmtwif OF U4 a gzacsful flflfay of Oqclinowiaciging guts A Qfcisrzclafiifl .iyg-1 COMPLIMENTS and Oi S I II II I II A Friend 7th and vine Cincinnati, ohio PHONE: PARKWAY 1-2277 Compliments of Kwanzaa ,md lalioiicaii omyany School and Office Supplies - Office Furniture Artists Supplies and Printing 422 MAIN STREET CINCINNATI 2, Omo Compliments of CHURCH OF CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION 4704 Plainville Road Madisonville Cincinnati, Ohio CLYDE A. SERROTT, Pastor The Church with a friendly heart where the Old-Fashioned Gospel is preached T MAIN 1-1039 PA. 1-8055 BEST XVISHES FROM Hmeriean Exterminater Ineerperated Extermination - Sanitation 0 I janitor's Supplies 5 9th and Race Sts., Cincinnati 2, Ohio Gas and Oils Thanks for your patronage Tires Minor Repairs F 8- B Accessories 1210 MAIN STREET "Speedy Service with a Smile." AND AUBURN AND DORCHESTER NVO 1-993 Sparkle Cleaners LIBERTY AND SYCAMORE I COMPLIMENTS :wee cyan Qigiciii odiei 6 eefccii PITTSFIELD, PENNSYLVANIA Pastor, REV. DONALD W. ST. CLAIR STUDENTS FROM OUR CHURCH Barbara Haight Janice Hazelton Betty Perrin "Be glad in the Lord and rejoice." THE LUNCH IQUUM ICE CREAM - CANDY SANnw1c:HEs - Soul' SOAP - SHAM1-oo - SHo1c POLISH, ET! " Where Old Friends Meet " EARNEST TUTTLE Compliments Compliments of "Pop" Gifford of JEIIHU LEFS FUUD SHUP 14 west 10th sr. Newport, Ky. 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Worship .......... 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. YV. EDWIN HAGGARD, Minister Broadcast every Sunday .... 11:00 a. m. Young People's Service ........ 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Service .............. 7:30 p. m. Listen to the Asbury Hour every Sunday at 11:00 a. m. over WNOP, 740 on Your Dial REV. MERL1-3 R. VAUGHN, Pastor. Newport Pilgrim Holiness Church 321 Elm St. Newport, Kentucky Sunday School ............... ..... 9 :30 a. m. Morning Service .................... 11:00 a. m. Young Pe0ple's Service ........ 7:00 a. m. Evening Service ..................... 7:30 a. m. REV. ELMER C. FARMER, Pastor A little Church with a big WELCOME Congratulations to the Graduates from the Elmmnnh ihtlgrnn Glhurrh 309 Linden Street Cincinnati 16, Ohio "The Church where you feel at Home" Minister: Rev. Stanley Dean Phone: PO 1-1982 Sunday School .......................... 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship ............ ..... 1 0:45 a. m. Young People's Service ...... 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service ............ 7:30 p- m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting .. 7:30 p.m. COMPLIMENTS of Alberta Booher Kathleen McMullen COMPLIMENTS of William Bliton Larry Jackson Mabel Hicks Evelyn Ware Jerrel Smith Erskine Hughes Margaret Rodgers Florence McDanie1s Jerry Battis George Seay Hazel Crowl Majorie Davis Richard Alley William Richardson Angela Borszick Jackie Borszick Donald Washburn Eva Bennet Retha Wineland Erlanger Pilgrim Holiness Church "Not forsaking the assembling of our- selves together, as the manner of some is."-Hebrews 10:25. Sunday School ............ .... 9 :45 a. m. Morning Worship .................. 11:00 a. m. Young People's Service ...... 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Service .............. 7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Tuesday .... 7:45 p. m. Public Cordially Invited REV. EARL VVEDDLE Congratulations to the Class of 1957 from Nnrwnnh mrzlrgan illtlvthnhiai Gllrnrrh 5407 Wvarren Avenue Bus Directions: A Number 32 Bus, running out Reading Road, will bring you to Worth Avenue. The Church is around the corner on Warren. WVALTER E. MCKEE, Pastor Phone: RE l-6630 MONTANA AVENUE Ehurch of the Nazarene 2559 Montana Avenue "The Church that is mchofel If th: f rock but geared to the time!" 0 Uonzpanzgnti HUI-3552 CURTIS C. CoBURN, Mzmafer Compliments of Engine Room Boys of FOR THAT zna FLOOR on BASEMENT 6 B t 8 S REMQDELING SEE The J. B. IIUPPES' SONS LIIMBER GOMPMIY 5110 SPRING C Rovl: AVFWUE F. H. A, 1250 Gest Street Approved Loans GA 1-4850 fIarry's dormer Uonzfllknzanfa Coon CARPRTING AND Lmouuxi PA 1-3454 7001 XINF S1. Aug. Caruso 8. Sons Distributors ERUITS and VEGETABLES C0,,n,,,,iW,,,S OND and ELM CHERLU 1 3551 CINCINNATI 2, OHIO A. KNULI. Electric Supply Company, Inc. Ml. Auburn Balcerg 1801 Highland Avenue Fresh Bakery Goods Daily PHONE: YVO 1-9503 Compliments of GIBSUII UUH1 Hllll UUHE atumtnnu, LIEDER and VIESUN CHOICE MEATS FAMOUS XVHITE VILLA Forms 555 Ringgold Street CANDY - GROCERIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES - BAKERY Goons at PARRUTT'S 550 Ringgold Street AVON I-9520 CINCINNATI, OHIO Conipliments of MAGN US WHITE, 0. D. TYPEWVRITERS ADDING MACHINES For Sale or Rent NEW OLYMI-IA - S'rANDARDs NEW PORTABLFS, ALI, MAKES Central Tgpewriter Company GA 1-4444 - PA 1-5012 Cincinnati Ohio 644 MAIN ST. CINCINNATI, OHIII H I L L T 0 P COMPLIMENTS 5c to 31.00 - 2095 AUBURN AVENUE I- PI-IONE UN 1-9968 Notions Hardware 1307 Main Street Cincinnati, Ohio Ready-to-wear Toys Beck .S'erw2'e 1701 HIGHLAND DU 1-0303 Electrical Appliances Repaired lllilsun Paint Cnmpanu fomflfimanfi of Kirhg Vacuum Cleaner Cempang Stores: 410 Reading Road and 552 Main Street PArkway 1-1790 COMPLIMENTS COMPUMENTS OF Clock and Watch Repalrlnq and Sharrnck Elevator Electmmc Testing . D. BAYNUM MT. GILEAD AND EDISON! OHIO 115 Sixth Avengg 1-Gslzoayton, Kentucky Home Address 1803 Young Street Cincinnati 10, Ohio HI-MIL CLEANERS 1617 HIGHLAND AVENUE -WE SPECIALIZE IN- ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS Shirt Laundry Shoe Repairing 1 Murray S PIIHPIHGCX' If N 2001 AUBURN AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIIJ PHONES: Av. 1-4243-1-9100 Weaving Cleaning, Finishing Hats Cleaned and Re-Dyeing and Blocked Suedes and Leathers "G-ef Your Prescripiions Dyeing Filled Here." PAUL MARKER, PROP. THEWM.H.FOX 0 0 M P A N Y HARDWARE - PAINTS Sth and MAIN STREETS MAIN 1-4061 CINCINNATI, O1'IIO SERVICE CAR CH 1.2614 Day and Night Lock and Key Service Combinations Changed Keys to Any Lock Acme Lock Company H. J. RIEF 139 E. COURT ST. CINCINNATI, OHIO Compliments of John J. Welch Crane Plumbing Uumpanu Coinpliinents of PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CUMPANY 824 BROADWAY CINCINNATI, OIIIII A t I 1 1 4955 Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF fomjllimsnfa A Frlend of A complete line of highest grade PLUMBING FIXTURES AND MATERIALS MAIN SUPPLY, lllc. GA 1-2780 312 MAIN ST. Schroeder Paper Specialtg Eumpang 1110 Alfred St. Cincinnati 14, Ohio COMPLIMENTS M I I' K of DRIKISEQEIVE-Enlsgegj o1iuI?lIi1k A Friend GHEHTEH BIIIIIIIIIIHTI HIIIH IJEHIEHS HSSUIIIHTIUII COMPLIMENTS Of Marion's Fine Foods Findlay Markets The Hufdemkampe Hardware En. Distributors of Industrial Suj1j2'l1'es 1012-1020 FREEMAN AVENUE CINCINNATI 3, OHIO PHONE: DUNBAR 1-3200 COMPLIMENTS of FRITO ' COMPANY our SOUTHERN OHIO POTATO CHIPS 5424 HETZEI.L BR I-4170 O UP- TO-DA TE Potato Chips "The Finest" 4920 MONTGOMERY IXIORVVOOD, OHIO MELROSE 1-2673 Stanton Avenue Clwiurcil of tI1e Nazarelie Wm. H. Taft Road at Stanton Avenue CINCINNATI 6, OHIO !,p"EgAE5iP?k , - .4 --IO fmwitf FLOYD E. COLE, Minister WVe Invite You to NVOrs1Iip with Us when in Cincinnati. Gospel Tracts Une ol the greatest opportunities to Win souls is through personal work and Gospel tracts. Send 25C for an assortment of about 150 different titled tracts. Old Paths Tract Society. SHoAI.s, INDIANA Printers of tracts, booklets, periodicals, annoemcements, etc. GOD'S BIBLE SCHOOL Printing Department and Book Room A. E. MUIR, SUPT. OF PRINTING E. NV. SHUTTLESWORTH, MANACER, BOOK ROOM fumfzlimzrzts of :Rau Jlflillcvzcl Dbowning Evangelist I 5 MID-YEAR REVIVAL COMPLIMENTS OF BllllllllSllJE IIHHPEL 4 miles south of Mt. Gilead, Ohio 3 Iniles east of Cardigan, Ohio on Route 529. MR. MELVIN SI-IARROCK Compliments of lhe llledisenville Pilgrim Uhureh Sunday School ,.........,. ........... 1 0.00 a. m. Morning Worship .................. 11:00 a. m. Evening Evangelistic ..........,. 7:30 p. m. Wed. Prayer Meeting ........... 7:30 p.m. A Friendly Welrome Awaits You Compliments of The Free Methodist Church REV. KENNETH STETLER, Pastor Sunday School ......................,, 9:45 a.m- Morning Worship ..,.............,. 10:45 a. m. Evening Evangelistic ............ 7:45 p. m. Wed. Prayer Meeting ........... 7:30 p. m. THERE,S A YVELCOME HERE First Pilgrini Holiness Church COVINCTON, KENTUCKY You are always welcome at our services Sunday: 9:30 a. In. and 7:45 p. m. REV. E. R. MITCHELL, Pastor Bhrisl Gospel lahernaele 32 NV. EIGHTH ST., COVINGTON, KY. REV. FRANK F. ODEN, Pastor We Welcome You Zliirat mrzlrgan we flliethnhiai Glhurrh 2262 Vine Street - Cincinnati, Ohio lllelcome "The Clzurch that places First u Things First" Rizv. IVALTFR LIEFFERIESJ Pastor 288 DORCHESTER AVE. PL 1-5306 Sunday School Service ........ 9:30 a.m. Telephone at Church AV 1-0974 Sunday Morning Service .... 10:30 a. m. Sunday Y. P. S. Service ........ 6:45 p. m. Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.. 7:45 p. m. North Fairmount COMPUMENTS Pzlgnm Holzness Cliuroh . V 1739 Baltimore Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio PHONE: PL 1-8252 THOMAS, Pastor OF I I I A F d 0 W E L L F1611 RY CLEANER Pick up and Delivery Service AVOn 1-3796 1811 Sycamore Street Cincinnati, Ohio svei Come to GUI' Services Sunday School .....,... ..... 9 :30 a. m. Morning Worship .... .......... 10:30 a. m. Youth Hour ............... ..... 6 :30 p.m. Evangelistic Service .................. 7:30 p. m. FIRST PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH HIGHLAND AND MCGREGOR AVE. MOUNT AUBURN, CINCINNATI, OHIO MELROY WARD, Alirtister Residence: Phgneg 305 McGregor Ave. AVon l-1190 C OAIPIIIIEN TS of C l The E Lahreg Packing Cnmpang THUSTEE BHHERIES COMPI IMENTS of LONG EGG GDMPANY 115-17 East Front Street ' CINCINNATI 2, OHIO 831 S A C Oh Good Luck Seniors of 1957 1665 HERALD AVENUE CINCINNATI, OHIO Are you living in the shadow of the cross, WVhere the Saviour took your place? By the cross He'll lead us to that home above There we'll see Him face to face. if


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