Gods Bible School - Conqueror Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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Smith Company that we would obtain our 1958, 1959, and 1960 Annual covers in the same design at a discount from their company. The 1959 Annual Staff -1- THE WORD OF GOD Ulf S Z' ' K7 Th - - C of God IS like a That shines serenely thro' the night, Its rays will light my weary way To the realms of a fair, unending day. f The g of God is like a b That pierces hearts, thus saith the Lordg And like a , weighty strong, That can break up the rocks of sin and wrong. T The 1:5 of God is like the On which the hosts of old were fedg From heav'n came to fill our need, Hungry hearts it will satisfy indeed. The K of God is like a It kindles in our hearts desire To see its Author face to face And to know all the fulness of His grace. Haldor Lillenas .li 5 W if wwf .L Q lk ,1- - -- ---f HQ.:----L, , -- V--, -V i A -TW' ' - U Y 'Q' .T - ' w --- -"'1f'1f1- f ' fi, Q ' . --1" ' ff-::g7sA--9'11-+..,-- f -. ' W P Qi , .E,.Eg ,w:Zi'.'5?'?f,,-if 1- vi Tfi,-Li,SYj""::l' -f 174775 Y f 1 if ' 2 V - -L--f-.. 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ROUDEBUSH President Business Manager just to remind you: "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works."-II Tim. 5:16,17. "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."-II Tim. 2:15. "The entrance of thy words giveth light, it giveth understanding unto the simple." -Psa. 119:150. "Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against Thee."- Psa. 119211. Congratulations and may God richly bless you! President Lloyd R. Day Congratulations to the class of 1959 as you finish your courses at God's Bible School where you have had, not only the advantages of excellent teachers and stimulating associations, but the rare privilege of attending a school where the Bible and Christian principles are taught. It is indeed true that most of what we learn, we learn from living, and since you are young you have the best part of your experience ahead. May you each one prove a blessing to every life you touch, and may you, in turn, enjoy the abundant blessings which always come from true Christian living. Allen C. Roudebush LLOYD R. DAX Minnesota B.S. in Ed., Ed.M.-University of Cincinnati Th.B.-God's Bible School Old Testament, High School Mft, .MQW ,. G. CLAIR COWDREY, Ohio A.B., M.Ed., M.A.--University of Cincinnati Biology, Education, Dean of Col- lege of Liberal Arts LESLIE D. WILCOX, New York B.Rel.-Wesleyan Methodist Col- lege, S. Carolina Dean of Theology, Greek, Theol- 085' DIXIE T. DAY, West Virginia A.B. -- Marshall College, Hunt- ington, W. Va. Th.B.-God's Bible School Spanish in College, High School Principal NETTIE PEABODY, Louisiana Th.M.-GOCl's Bible School Registrar 1 LOLA COWDREY, Ohio A.B.jOhio Wesleyan University English, Latin, Associate Dean of College of Liberal Arts 5, iENNETH STETLER, Indiana Th.B. and A.B. - God's Bible School English Literature and Speech, College LAVONA L. WOOD, Oregon A.B.-God's Bible School, B.S. in Ed.--University of Cincinnati Mathematics and Language, High School , College Algebra TA E. G. MARSH, Kansas Th.M. - God's Bible School. Bible, Christian Workers and College Work Director, Trustee JEWEL BROCK, West Virginia A.B.-GOd's Bible School, B.S. in Ed.-University of Cincinnati Social Studies, High School MARGUERITE M. REISS, Ohio A.B.-God's Bible School, B.S. in Ed,-University of Cincinnati English, High School, College Freshman English WESLEY E. GROSSMAN, Indiana B,S. in A.-Purdue University, Ind. M.S.-University of Wisconsin Physical Education, High School, College Science, High School HCM, L. DOROTHY WALTERS, Indiana Th.B. and A.B. - God's Bible School B.S. in Education, M.A.-Univer- sity of Cincinnati Home Economics, High School Social Studies, College FERN HENSCHEN, Illinois Th.B.-God's Bible School Bible, Christian Workers Course ESTHER ELLIOTT, Virginia B.M.-Women's College, North Carolina M.M. - Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Orchestra, Music, Col- lege and High School VIRGINIA WORKMAN, West Virginia Th.B. - Owosso Bible College, Michigan A.B.-Taylor University, Indiana Girls' Physical Education, Psy- chology, Bible, Hygiene, College HARRIETT COLE, Ohio B.M.-Indiana Christian Univer sity Applied music and chorus, Col lege and High School FERN E. BAIR, Ohio B.S. in Education, University of Cincinnati A.B. and Th. B. - God's Bible School Physical Education, Commercial Subjects, Mathematics, High School -II.. ff f lgfmfml' 1 ,fo-9 9 WILLIAM ROSENGREEN Ohio Dean of Men -in DOROTHY LAWSON North Carolina Dean of Women Missionary Director A, MUIR Canada Supt. of Printing CARNEY SMITH West Virginia Press Room Q. KIESEWETTER Ohio Pressman LY W., M will zZ, ' .-if , Wag. F. JACKSON ji ixa f .. ohio , ax -f .gg Bookkeeper Q Q: .i VVgA 4 , K Q if '. I MARLENE WATCHORN Michigan List Room PI-IYLLIS WILLIAMS Kentucky Book Room A. MARSH Ohio Editorial Office QY5 DELORIS JOHNSON Indiana Laundry T. ROBINSON Canada Linotypist E. BALDXVIN Indiana Printing Maintenance ? en- gifs 7 1 K 4.-av... 2, Q '-x W. JOHNSON Michigan Asst. Editor WM. BLITON Indiana Maintenance X X fs I .-qa 0 4' ir! BX! S. ROWAND Ohio Purchasing Agent A. BAYNUM Kentucky Asst. Bookkeeper MARY JOBE North Carolina Lunch Room I ef . P 'vw VVX ,,,- f . ry f, 'ff ' 'Q- -. ,gg fin -' Vv' 4r"""" PAULINE CORDELL Ohio Librarian - IQP J F. ELLIOTT West Virginia Cashier A. CADY Georgia Pres. Secretary riiii 'vw wil Y un if . INA LEE NEWCOME Indiana Cashier's Office -if 'Y-577 fig.. ,. ' . 1 ESQ-Y, ,:,,, W V, ,Q m ' 3' - TE" '71""' . 1 -wgglf Wu.. . 'T . --flfii-e4j'e:. -Q: ,.i 32,i? : 1 "'j,f -314'--f' avr- ' """ N-,W ""'jg gf--fl f::ri"if- , , ' J' is ig - "film gh ,M ' 'fmg . I, T -is ef .g--V ., ,MN , , -1--- J. , if'-ll',vVY ,E ffgfgjf fa Jim YW fefff Wfdwfa ,Q if Jflijfffffii IWW! +5 Wffdffi mf fa if - IYWJXWKJ fyW'W 4 gfyfaffy nilif WWW! 1 A af ilfdili 27ff77 2:15 3: W V 'YW' -"A 'N' ' H-+-gv -fY..i ft- . Y- ,, ,. xi ... ilk, -Y t -A" W - ,,.,, , , ui.: ,,,, , L' - ' -al ' i..::-- , , ...k,, A YW Y -. Q-M AE - -- ff- M, Z .d- -K - - - -T ' - in 'w- 1'-Eli Cfaaaea f - M- - - - -.tg '+ - '?+ - --.-- v.. .7 - --K ,Y lg -f-. ill T'-"'?g b- 0 290 61:56 Q ZCQP5 SEN IORS President-ORVAN LINK Vice-President-GILLETTE JAMES Secretary-MELVINA CUMMINS Treasurer-JEAN HARTLE Class Sponsor-MISS WALTERS JUNIORS President-WILLIAM ROSENGREEN Vice-President-LEWIS MYERS Secretary-CONNIE KING Treasurer-MARILYN SNODGRASS Class Sponsor-MRS. COLE SOPHOMORES President-EDWARD PALM Vice-President-EDSEL TROUTEN Secretary-JO ANNE CLOSE Treasurer-ESTHER BOZZER Class Sponsor-MR. K. STETLER FRESHMEN President-WILLIAM RICHARDSON Vice-President-CHARLES CHAFFEE Secretary-BARBARA RAINES Treasurer-ELAINE GOODMAN Class Sponsor-MR. WILCOX -l5- g enior grcwluafing , Cfcwd 0 I9 9 ' s 'iCi'?Q'!' F' FN .U--A -rglfgj 'Zi' ie --Q-f-e - 22 Vi k XA ..'l-:1f:,.i , . X ,f gi 7 5 if W 'P J . 'ffm-.." X ' Sponsor DOROTHY WALTERS , 'AI' 5' " JAN LINK, Th.B., Colorado ident 1-4: College Prayer Meeting 1,29 lent Chapel Committee Chairman 2,3g American Club 3,4g Six eks' Courseg Band Leader 3. ly be thou .wrong and very courageous fir! IJ Leading Me" GILLETTE 0. JAMES, A.B., Dominica Thanksgiving Solicitation Prize 1,25 Big and Little Brother Club 1-4g Printing Department 1-4g Choir 3g Quartet 3g Annual Staff 3,45 Student Chapel Committee 4g Band Leader 4g Vice-President 4. JEAN HARTLE, A.B., Th.B., Ohio Kentucky Mountain Bible Institute 1-33 Choir 1-3g Pan American Club 4,5g Big and Little Sister Club 4,5g College Prayer Meeting Song Leader 4g Librarian 55 Annual 3,53 Treasurer 5. "Jesu: Lover of My Soul" .LVINA CUMMINS, A.B., Indiana nitor lg Choir 1,25 Band Leader l,5g Local Chapter mni Association Secretary-Treasurer 1-5g Presidents ice 1-4g Big and Little Sister Club 1-4g Secretary 5,4g rual Staff 4. wld to G0d'5 Uncbanging Hand." -16- THELMA WITHERUP, Th.B., A.B,, Pennsylvania Transylvania Bible School. Pennsylvania 1-3g Clarion State Teachers College. "Hallelujah jew: Reigmu RUTH OSBORN, A.B., Ohio "I'Zl Live for H1hn" ESTHER HUNTSMAN, A.B., Ohio Choir 1,2,4g Big and Little Sister Club 1,2,4g Pan American Club 2,4g Band Leader 2,4 "It if Glory just to Walk with Him." DAVID PHELPS, Th.B., Pennsylvania G.I.g Wesleyan Methodist College, South Carolina, lg College Prayer Meeting Vice-President, Second Semester 2g College Prayer Meeting President, First Semester 3g As- sistant Dean of Men 3g Graduated in three years. "jesus S 4061.1 ' ROBERT GRAT E, Th.B., Ohio G.I.g Outside Student. "Tir So Sweet to Trust in Jews" ELTON MOOSE, Th.B., A.B,, Ohio Christian Workers Course Graduate Dean of Men 2,3. "Here Am I, Lord Send Me" -17- Mhx 5 .Q e t LENE MAURER, Th.B., Pennsylvania tercession City, Florida, Biblical College, Z, Six year term on mission field in Egypt, ft G.B.S. in 1958 for Egypt, i will graduate in absentia. Ve'll Girdle the Globe with Salvation" Thy Word have I hid in mine heart that I might not sin against thee. IARSHALL PRUETT, Th.B., A.B., Indiana ' Know Who Holds Tomorrow" -13- SUSAN GUNDY, A.B., Pennsylvania Big and Little Sister Club 2-4. "Grace Divine IJ Lifting Md' ROBERT GUNDY, Th.B., Pennsylvania "handing on the Promifef' QUOLDA 51 N49 RY 11gum0l,lND mam W my min NEAR HY yggci AND OPEN NE 'M' Wm, cont INTO m MM UMW? HITII um, nm ut vrm nt fenaeef JAMES SPANGLER, Th.B., A.B., Pennsylvania Slippery Rock State Teachers College 1,2g Transylvania Bible School 3-6. "Al the Way My Saviour Leadf Me" ORVILLE, PARK, Th.B., Ohio 514 Troop Carrier Wfing, Mitchell Air Force Base, New York. Active service: May 1, 1951-September 14, 1955. Received rank of Staff Sergeant October 1, 1952 as Senior Electrician. "O, H ow I Love Jenn" -24a--4 'UI 'a""As-ng.. MARSHALL UNCAPHER, A.B., Indiana """"" Frankfort Pilgrim College, African Prayer Band lg Pan American Club 2,53 Annual Staff 4. He Brought Me Out." BURTON ADISKA, Th.B.,Michigan President of Prayer Meering 35 Assistant Dean of Men 3g Dean of Men 4g Treasurer 4g Pan American Club 43 "Where He Leadr Me I Will Follow" YT"-'I-ny. X. E'-" if .nfyatttr ow ' ' t y ug ti 1 f 2op 1?4iLiZ4iice"y 4 91 Ming nm: seeth, L7fC6l'6WS ll!! k M LAURA HOLCOMB, A.B., Pennsylvania Treasurer lg Choir l.23 Big and Little Sister Club 1-53 Pan American Club 3,43 Annual Staff 3-53 Assistant Dean of Women 5-5. "Living by Faith." SHIRLEY CARRICO, Th.B., Pennsylvania Trio 3-53 Librarian 3,43 Band Leader 53 Annual Staff 5. "Fm Saved by the Blood" fy xg P C ill allfe un 711 and laden, f .LEN CH-Risvf, Tnn., Pennsylvania !f02zfpJZ, Ulf! we tchestra 1,33 Bookroom 1-43 Band Leader 4. ,fl , W erur Lifted Me" Go yn inlo all The world.,-.' ' KY , S to Q ' Q, fteqgf lflatgm yf C? , m J a,.. kj THEI-MA ADAMSON, A-B-, Hlifl0i5 KENNETH ADAMSON, Th.B., Indiana Big and Little Sister Club 1-4. "He it Lord of All." "My Saviour Pint of All." -.fc , l Al l "l Need Thee Every Hour" . ,,... f ' . l 2 AMOS TILLIS, Th.B., Ohio Band Leader 1,2g Pastor 4. g ANDREW KMETZ, Th.B., Pennsylvania Wesleyan Methodist College, South Carolina. "Redeemed" JAMES ORNDORFF, Th.B., West Virginia West Virginia Uniyersity, A.B.g Treasurer 2, Pan American Club 5. "He Rwmomed Me" GEORGE THOMAS, Th.B., India Travancore-Cochin South India "Newer My God to Thee" A lV,,. li L, r, " 4 N if , it .. ,,r,,tt R E 47 Q, -3 RONALD PEPPER, Th.B., Michigan Michigan State Normal, 1 semester, 1954 Pianist in Quar ter 3. "My Faith Look: Up lo Thee" DARRELL GEE, Th.B., Ohio "I Am Thine, 0 Lord" I I iM3'f"X': , 'fl' 6 'X I I Q- ' 'Q' A Q. ,Q RW , , x Q I if , 5 Q ..,.,. MARILYN xi, I-qw -HQ - if-'I 'W is-.1 an ...www I I SNODGRASS Ohio WILLIAM ROSENGREEN Ohio LEWIS MYERS Ohio 3' CONNIE KING Indiana PHYLLIS WILLIAMS JOYCE MARTIN ELAINE SWIFT Kentucky Kentucky Ohio o e JUHIOP 5 LLOYD CAMFBELL SHERMAN BURTON JOHN KUNSELMAN North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania ALMINA HUGHES ,, I i f g Iuinois - I L' FRANCES PRINE Ohio SKINE HUGHES West Virginia FLORENCE METZ West Virginia . is E , Y WWW-f Ifwyfk If 3 PAUL WESTBROOK w I fr" 3 Ex I, Ji ui. 1 a af Ohio PAULINE CORDELL R A Ag.. ohio I M I M i I .wwi sk at 1 x MARLENE WATCHOIRN fi? 'L ss gigw f Michigan A ' LEONARD SANKEY Pennsylvania DORIS BURT ELIZABETH HILL MARY JANE HOWEI Indiana North CHIOUHH West Virginia ,S niiiiiiin y am 4' WILLIAM JAMES WILISRED JONES I y M West Virginia ., fa' JOHN HALL MARGARET RODGERS Kentucky Pennsylvania "5 '57 jars, I ji R Q 'A L , . , K X, iii KI, Q - . wx? SHIRLEY JOHNSON Ohio I if m,,,.h.4 JOAN HUNTER Indiana JEANETTE TERRELL Indiana PAULINE SMITH Pennsylvania as kk w lil' In ll FLORENCE MCDANIEL Pennsylvania xaivisfi. V s 1.r,.':.x f""v... if Q ..,,, vs I 'lr L 9734. fwbl Ymff' ,,W, ARCELLA CANTER Ohio PAUL ZEHR Indiana 'fn' ez- R -Q 1, F fn-ovfj ESTHER BOZZER Pennsylvania ' EDWARD PALM New York i""" EDSEL TROUTEN Michigan JO ANNE CLOSE Illinois LEOTA BENNINGER ANNA ORNDORFF Pennsylvania Qlhio ROBERT HILER West Virginia GLADYS METZ West Virginia .Szlalzomore arm fm. ODEN EVANS LLOYD MONROE ,A British Honduras ROBERT HAHN MY SPANGLER Ohio 'sehr -24- West Virginia MATILDA PERKINS DELORIS JOHNSON Tennessee Indiana X I Q I lvi lg? a If ik Hill flimx vs., MARIE DEARTH Ohio 3 , W1 JRE ,an vying, ,, V ,W . so .aw . 6 fax? -QM .lx Q - ,v X QF' .gp-f..4 4 , JERRY CYPHERS West Virginia DAVID LINVILLE Kentucky ANITA RUSSELL Pennsylvania MX -I 9 ' W K .,,:"" ,V add' f'TH5. rx , any J x,,,' , ,X ,fav iw' 'IHERESA FOULKES SYBIL JACKSON Bahamas, B.W.I.. Louisiana FRANCIS WADE Virginia WILBERT KIDD Michigan BERNARD DYNES Nor PICTURED MALCOLM WATERS Louisiana Ohio RICHARD WARD EUGENE YERIAN SHDEIRRY GERLEMAI Ohio Ohio ontana K I A A I i ERNST CASSY , Y A ,L 3. Q Haiti was Q JAMES WARD Pennsylvania RONALD ROBBINS North Carolina 'aw' A Z , OTIS DINKINS Ohio r if" .,-, W . Ksfzw Sim WS' N I 1- fi ELAINE GOODMAN S Ohio al Wt WILLIAM RICHARDSON ' Kentucky f A A . f L l x A 5 i I CHARLES CHAFFEE N' Ohio BARBARA RAINE Tennessee JACK BIMBER HAROLD DURST JAMES HULETT Ohio West Virginia Kentucky , GERALD LANDI A Pennsylvania A s A W' , -- K nf x "W" ii aa , My rea men 6t 1 iiaa Qi' f DALE DWYER A .,i Ohio ' A f ' y Lya P MARY JOBE FREDA NICHOLASON BONNIE BATES North Carolina Michigan Kansas RICHARD NEWTON I. Ohio M A WILLIAM HAMMOND 1 Kentucky A A' A A AAXTW' 'sii A W RUSSELL BARKLEY Ohio 3, lf. .ai 4' EN NEWTON hio 26- WILLIAM BRAMBLE 'ilfiif' my ,W ,,., K iw ,W I .4 A , i 5 if K. ' AW' NK rv my F in ii af ie, fi -1 X 7 ,,??fz, A i' izwfx, :Iggy .. - W. in , N' Q , . Q AUGUSTUS CYPHERS West Virginia ELDON CARROLL Kentucky Indiana JACK DEARTH Ohio x ' au f' ,vw W' fam, if Umm' ,.,i K f i i VIRGINIA SHAHAN DOROTHY LEE FAITH HOIEN Indiana Ohio Ohio RONALD BOONE FRANCES SHIPMAN Michigan DAVID SINCLAIR EARL SPARKS Ohio Kentucky 519155-Q, 1 M ew Ja JAMES ALLEY West Virginia Michigan PATRICIA MURRAY Ohio MARILYN HOFACKER Pennsylvania JUDY MCFANN Ohio if" 'HRW BETTY DER AGOD Michigan K vv ,I . -:wg 'ii 'nm 1 , Y' I! 41 or 5,4 sri 'E H ,av I'- K, I ,gy -.'-, ' 1 NORMA BURCHETT 01110 ,IH Auf y Q ,L,f,. DOROTHY METZ H West Virginia 'I l A-A CAROLYN WILSON .-.1: -I O . E+ f Indiana CAROL HEADLEY Ohio MARILYN HAIGHT AGNES BUELL EUGENE ,BEATY Pennsylvania Pennsylvania MISSOUTI , O Am ELIZABETH HELTON K Ohio I ' ii' 2. , IIEIII .L ls sy VICTOR POTTS l .. .,I, Ohio A . T 3 A ' A LUSSELL DUNN Michigan ROBERT NUNLEY TROY MUIR Kentucky Pennsylvania I ., i , I , v LARRY SLAVENS All if , Ohio ii I K V ' SA gi ,ji CARROLL VENARD . "' Ohio DELEERT TANGEMAN Ohio RL MARTIN Jhio fa fi,""iTA O , ,, . . ' .ri l . ,Wa Q V V WN xx V A ' s . . A -W A nf-uw G AUDREY METZ West Virginia DOROTHY MONROE HN- ,H Q gk- ,ww British Honduras Ezy SYLVIA Moss . Kentucky , iiiri 5 ,irr BETTY WOLFE Pennsylvania ANNA M CAROLYN HO VER ADDIE FIELDS Ohio AY HAMILTON Ohio O Ohio h BONNIE CHAPMAN Y-H Q. ohio 1 A ' ,g 'S wfifi- AW R or M y ""'hllso-4 WILBUR BAILEY we Kentucky GERALD JENKINS ARCHIE FULKERSON PAUL PALM Indiana Kentucky New York i eww'-AA I 4,,,i f CHARLES LONGWORTH Ohio CHARLES MCCLEERY Pennsylvania JAMES CHRISTY Pennsylvania DAVID BALL Michigan GERTRUDE MIKTUK . 8 Q y www ,ig QW!" 5 4 , , ,."'. .,", 2 J, gg A ,mf A wr fe v 5 hi A l ik Q 3 of P Ei 5' New York i z i in T A A DONALD s'mvENsoN A if ff- A A A oh' 1 ii A M' KIOSEPHINE SPANGLER ,C gm KENTUCKY fi 'S 'Q Q JUNE KANZLEMAR ls. MAXINE OSBORN ELAINE HAMMOND LAURA NUNLEY Dhio KCIltllCky Kentucky Ohio Special Students wwf Mew 1959 60 I- .grealzmen A WAYNE LYON Indiana , Af V--l .MM Schoof yuniora AITH RARDIN NANCY PRICE GRACE NICHOLS 110 Ohio Arizona C C AA ..,.W..,. A Ai A A , oA Q A A .,v1 A RUBY SEAY Ohio ,jvhglz Silva! Cfariri 0 A6215 SENIORS President-CECIL PUGH Vice-President-BUFORD BARNES Secretary-JAN ET FERGUSON Treasurer-DONALD STEVENSON Class Sponsor-MISS WOOD JUNIORS President-ALAN PITMAN Vice-President-MARJORIE HUNDLEY Secretary-EVELYN BISHOP Treasurer-REBECCA RAFFERTY Class Sponsor-MISS BAIR SOPHOMORES President-EDGAR BRYAN Vice-President-CAROLYN JESSEE Secretary-JANET EDWARDS Treasurer-CECIL PRESTON Class Sponsor-MISS REISS FRESHMEN President-LARRY SHERMAN Vice-President-JACKIE FORSEE Secretary-PAUL BRAMBLE Treasurer-JOHN HULETT Class Sponsor-MISS BROCK ismv 3 11,59 enior Sponsor LAVON A L WOOD Kiowa 0 19 9 BUFORD BARNES, Kentucky "lt is God that girdeth me with strength, and maketh my way per- fect." Psalm 18:32 CECIL PUGH, Indiana "Come now, and let us reason to- gether, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall he as white as snow: though they he red like crimson, they shall be a.r wool." Isaiah 1:18 DONALD STEVENSON, Ohio "l know how to he ahased, and I know how to abound: everywhere and in all things I am instructed both to he full and 'to he hungry, both to abound and to suffer need." Philippians 4:12 if at. JANET FERGUSON, Ohio "Shew me thy ways, 0 Lorcl,' teach me thy paths." Psalm 25:4 1, ... ,,,, .... M -. ,...,,,......... W. V... EVA CLARK, Michigan "And the God of peace :hull hruixe Satan under your feet .fhortly." Romans 16:20a RAYMOND SHREVE, Ohio "ALE of me, and I Jhull give thee the heathen for thine inheritance." Psalm 2 18a not Xv,A ,A 3 MIRIAM LONG, Ohio "The Lord it my light and my sul- vutiong whom fhall I fear? The Lord it the xtrength of my life,' of whom rhall l he afraid?" Psalm 27:1 I O if Eli f . 1 3 ,,..:.. ' .t 2 N52 W 4 to of l -.Annum Z- . E who A I 1 l 1 .r r , WILMA GRUNDEN, Indiana F , ,,, ,, if U gg 1 "And whomever Jhull exttlt him- f' ,felf shall he uhatedg md the that V " "':5 'Q' V' Jhull humble himxelf Jhull he ex- ' ultedf' Matthew 23:12 KEITH SCHWANZ, California ' 5 "For the Lumh which if in the M 1 midxt of the throne .rhull feed them, 1- and fhull lead them unto living ' ' A' fountuim of watery." Revelation A 7:17a t,t, V eti, P 1 i t 1 A iitt 1 l"i.fw lroti tnt ill hi: lli f f teltt A P WILLIAM BROWN, Kenmcky OLY.. r L Vs ,tf ,I V AJ fur df the euft if from the wett, 5555 tt ' I0 fa? fwfr be 'em0Wd OW trem- ,rtttt h, y greuionf from uf." Psalm 103: 12 1, 1 ,Q-has -bfi!" , .J : EQ' 1' i nsimiwtf i V Hag, Qgmgsn, ' on 15 9 JERRY EDWARDS, Ohio 1 1 , 1' X4"?QTl!'a K 5 . 1 LARRY JACKSON, Ohio ". . . serve him without fear, ln holinen and righteouxnen hefore him, all the dayx of our life." Luke ". . . for I am periuaded that he if able to keep that which I have com- mitted unto him agaimt that day." II Timothy 1:12 WESLEY CARDER, Pennsylvania ". . . ye .fhall he witnerrer unto me. . ." Acts 1:8 ANNA JONES, ohio "Let the word: of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be ae- ceptahle in thy right, 0 Lord, my Jtrenith, and my redeemerf' Psalm 19:1 174,75 MARY GRABER, Ohio "A1k, and it :hall he given you,' Jeeh, and ye :hall findg knock, and .it :hall he opened unto you." Matthew 7:7 'Nq rv m A ,.o.. ,.o, Z V ,',, .-,i 1 vkt , , ,,,. .,,:. , V H I CAROLYN HANSON, ohio ,O y R-q in "Commit thy way unto the Lord, U trust alxo in him, and he :hall bring A A YA-1 l ,,hgq1,5,g,,fy ff-fi if to P455-H Psalm 3715 1 A tf l 5 -34- 9. . tg A , his iii JO ANN WILLIAMS, Kentucky "I can do all thingf through Chrift which Jtrengtheneth me." Philip- pians 4:15 ADDIE SMITH, Ohio "And we know that all thing! work together for good to them, that love God, to them who are the called according to hiy purpose," Romans 8:28 JANE CHAFFEE, Ohio "I f we confer: owr sim, he if faith- ful and jaxt to forgive as our Jim, and to cleame af from all unrzght- eoameiff' I John 1:9 NAOMI FULLER, Ohio "Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation." Psalm 25 : 5a milf, A Ia L ifiwifif' -, ' U : 1 H weszvz-f I Z ,.,,o.wq ix :JE I ff: s Q s JOAN RAYGOSA, Idaho ". . . I do thif thing willingly, I have a reward." I Corinthians 9:17a JOAN GILBERT, West Virginia "The eyex of the Lord are in every place, heholding the evil and the good." Proverbs 15:5 It -sa- A ,Q A K Q .-an . fY5f132Q', mfefk. S I K 2 W, , Li milf sfswiii' QfffQi32ZlQi-L' f .. . X. .X,.. my ' fffi? , ,592 TT' - ,gig . V- im: :,.J,l1. I , f ',,'k' lu-- PAUL BLITON, ohio "The heart of the prudent getteth hnowledgeg and the ear of the wise .reeheth knowledge." Proverbs 18:15 MARY FULLER5 Ohio ". . . seek ye first the kingdom of God, and hi: righteousnexrg and all there thing: :hall he added unto you." Matthew 6:53 HASKELL BURCH, Ohio "For to me to live is Chrirt, and to die ir gain." Philippians 1:21 ROSELLA POE, Kentucky "In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he :hall direct thy pathJ." Proverbs 5 z 6 JAMES ROOSA, Kentucky "He only ir my rock and my Jalva- tion: he is my defensef I shall not be moved." Psalm 62:6 I DORIS WARD, Ohio "Be ye therefore perfect, even ax your Father which ir in heaven if perfect." Matthew 5:48 ..17... JORMA BURGESS, Ohio Let your light to thine hefore ten, that they may .fee your good vorhr, and glorify your Father vhich is in heaven." Matthew 5: 16 BETTY PERRIN, Pennsylvania "Trait in the Lord with all thine hearty and lean not unto thine own ' understanding." Proverbs 3:5 ,I CAROL CHANCE, Illinois ". . . he knoweth the way that I take: when he hath tried me. I :hall come forth as gold." job 23:10 HERMA CAMPBELL, West Virginia "Be :trong and of a good courage, fear not, nor he afraid of them: for the Lord thy God, he it it that ciotlgago with thee." Deuteronomy JORAL ANDREWS, Ohio "For I the Lord thy God will hold thy right hand, iaying unto thee, Fear not,- I will help thee." Isaiah 41:13 ROBERT LOVE, Ohio 'The Lord if my light and my salvation. Psalm 27:19. I High School Group Pan - American Club I X 1 'Q IJ I , . WW mmf f i , .V W EK wjf K if - tv 1 ..-4-v REBECCA RAJIFERTY A Ohio ALAN PITTMAN Ohio viii MARJORIE HUNDLEY Indiana EVELYN BISHOP Ohio RUTHANNE THOMPSON ANNA MILLER West Virginia Ohio I VIRGINIA ELLIOTT 5,-'Q T, Ohio 1 1 YRS 40. I A -if Q GEORGE SEAY I ' Ohio I ' , fm 4'-ST 1 amor and A T., X A I f I PHILLIP MEABON x J i West Virginia PHILLIP GRISSO Ohio WALTER LILES DAVID SPANGLER Kentucky Ohio JONATHAN BRAMBLE A , Kentucky j JIMMY DINKINS aw, "" WM-nu.. . ,K X A -'t.:' ., I ii'i' Sl T I HERBERT PLANTS 2 teat Nevada T eit ' eeea f em If 'T 1-'GE J ONATHAN WM- 4, 'J K 'Q-ni DOBBEN 'Me' Michigan xg ,W Xi MARGARET KITTLE Ohio S W is 414, -. iw- I Q ic vi 'I' iq Sie 3335 Ig . 5 12 is I i 1 Q E SY F IONA KIDD N Ohio A 4-'53 5: .. MARTHA SCARBROUGH is Tennessee REBECCA LINK Colorado NORMA VANDERPOOL EUNICE TOWNSLEY Ohio Ohio MELODY SWIFT Ohio ' aaa NORMA ROBERTS Ohio MARY BLAIR SUE VANDERPOOL Illinois Ohio ofolzomore add ' DENNIS SMITH ga Louisiana 'T JAMES ROWLEY Ohio WILLIAM HOLCOMB Pennsylvania DONALD MOUTOUX Michigan 1 l L. - ,Q www- A A k W. -41 .n..bv" Ea, Sz: gf. if-A ,Vu E.. R Rl... '. A 6 MM M . W ,g 7 .., I ., i 1 xv? qu 'za ' " Q 2 il WM 'Mr CECIL PRESTON Ohio 1 'ii A D " EDGAR BRYAN ohio X .J 'Q I .. DW, M CAROLYN JESSEE A Michigan f" - A JANET EDWARDS 0hi0 ii ifCi?E1f"' 'fi iiihx'-ffxifim axifbiiffii JROTHY SEAY DARLENE RUDISILL LOIS SCHALK Ohio Pennsylvania Ohio VERDA SCHARF Florida - golalzomore G65 MARTHA SCHAFER FRANCES WOODRUFF ANNABELLE EVANS Indiana West Virginia West Virginia ERRY WARD Z il QXNQLLV: I F A PAUL DAVID WING D iw ' A 5 A Michigan W 5 - W fifsy l WWW, LOWELL HEADLEY i Ohio fi' ERRY BROWN Kentucky 4A'D JUDY SPINDLOW Michigan in-f RALPH MONROE British Honduras JOAN MONROE British Honduras LEROY STEWART -, gm Ohio Q ' is MITCHELL HALE , JOHN HOFFMAN JOHN JACKSON Ohio Indiana , 31: I, H A , mn- gm- .M K . Shiva Eff 'i 'irr fs- J Fi!! 44 I A15 yi is Q If I rw , ,pr -'z I 5:21 f.k 1552-I 'lo f, ,M , -' 91 f.1'51.a?, v- , L L, ig ,:wa4i .5wN V' x 9 36155 'Ellis " ggi-xiii'-'Q-i . rms: 13 5 ' ' i,fg2i f:iR'f, Qfrsh-:f,.:Q,:,-Q ,-:.,,.-W 35 O. .. .rm----, , .,.,:. vg,-:-If ,,i. ,,,, , I, --if -rf H 3,za1gf:::reIs5 foe: 5 on .ZI . A V 1 asa I 'kvi in -,v,,, 7fk-,V JAX K 'vri I M I I , T ri "., -v:,':' f I, CAROLYN MITCHELL REBECCA EBERLE Kentucky Florida WANDA RAINES Tennessee ERNEST HIGHLANDER Ohio 42" if kg WS ,I Qi? ,Jw Ng Y I 1 ii- Igii I , Q g. I , , A PATRICIA SANDLII Ohio LUCILLE WILCOX Ohio VIRGINIA HUTCHINGS Michigan JUDITH NEELY Ohio PRISCILLA MCCLUR West Virginia Lyman? wilk ji I 1 JOHN HULETT Kentucky LARRY SHERMAN Michigan r WR .gn 9 f-if W.. -mf A . LARRY SHERMAN Michigan Ohio Kentucky gl'e5AI'l'lel'l Cfaifif FAITH BUTLER Wisconsin LRBARA LARIMORE Indiana MILDRED PAUL W' Ohio t""i,I DOROTHY WOOD Indiana Ohio GEORGE STEWART BENJAMIN BOWERMAN NEVA COPELAN D Ohio BRENDA JOBE North Carolina V1cToR1A KEATON Virginia 'X JACKIE FORSEE PAUL BRAMBLE Kentucky KONICA CLARK Iichigan LEAH DOBBEN A Michigan A WILLIAM MONROE British Honduras JAMES sroNE Ohio DUANE BADDER Michigan ' 431' 9: IMOGENE WATSON SHIRLEY ORCUTT NANCY DINKINS Ohio Kentucky George Mueller on Bible Reading One of the main sources of power in the life of George Mueller of Bristol, England was his devotion to the Bible. He read it reverent- ly every day and gave the following principles for reading the Bible for personal profit. I. Read regularly. Read alternately from the Old and New Testaments. Begin at the beginning of each. Mark where you leave off each day. When you have finished each Testa- ment, begin it again. 2. Read prayfully. Seek carefully the help of the Holy Spirit so that He will enlighten you. 3. Read with meditation. Ponder the truth so that it may be applied to your heart. Better read a little and think much than read much and think little. 4. Read with reference to yourself. Never read only with a view to instructing others. Ask yourself, "How does this affect me, my faith, my life, my service?" 5. Read with faith. Not critically, but to discover the revealed Word of God. Rest upon God's promises, warnings and commands as of vital importance. 6. Read to carry into practice. Accept God's Word as being the revelation of His will. He expects us to do as well as to know. 7. Read it to find Christ in the whole Word of Cod. As He is promised, incarnate, atoning for sin, resurrected, ever living, coming a am. g"The vigor of our spiritual life will be in exact proportion to the place held by the Word in our life and thoughts. I solemnly state this from the experience of fifty-four years. The first three years after conversion I neglected the Word of God. "Since I began to search it diligently the blessing has been won- derful. I have read the Bible through one hundred times, and al- ways with increasing delight. Each time it seems like a new Book to me. Great has been the blessing from consecutive, diligent, .daily study. I look upon it as a lost day when I have not had a good time over the VVm'd of Cod." -Select Ohio a K 3 xbllfffs I rlln -- lIll I-ll x., II J Y ed AGI iiit ' v-...,.,,, W GORDON TILLEY, Indiana "Faith that goes forward triumphs." ? 2 A QE... ,sf X I - ts. l DON STALEY, Indiana Christian Workers Course gl'6lJu6lte6 l "God always sends His staff with His rod." DRIA HOSKINS, West Virginia MARTHA GROVES, West Virginia "Life's disappointments are veiled "In the sorest trials God often makes love-S appointments." the sweetest discoveries of Himself." NAOMI BYE, Indiana "The fruitful life seeks showers as well as sunshine. GEORGIA REDING, Arizona "Life has a value only when it has something valuable as its goal." CHRISTIAN WORKERS COURSE SENIOR OFFICERS President ............ ........ D onald Staley Vice-President ,.,.., ..,,,,,. G 01-don Tilley Sec.-Treasurer .........., .,,, G loria Hoskins HILDA MILLS, Indiana "We know the truth not only by the reason but by the heart." DOROTHY HOLLABAUGH, Pennsylvania "When I cannot enjoy the faith of assurance, I live by the faith of adherence." I at I pe-uv""""m MILDRED PICKENS, Ohio BERTHA WILSON Ohio When We think Him least near' "Where the willingness is great Jesus is Often nearest." the difficulties cannot be great." FRANK THOMPSON, Ohio "Live among men as if God beheld youg speak to God as if men were listening." 5 e?'9"' TI 7' DWIGHT CRATER, North Carolina "Whatever our faith says God is, HC Will be." -47.. 'Pac I 4 I, -- .,,,.,,,, ...wav fn 'V , 'M A MARY VINCENT 5 ' x Michigan fi If aZ?i',Qi. 'is - Q3 I 14,9 . so I LOVIE WENGER .45 1 , Ohio ia, A is Q an is I 'W ' BRENDA BERRY Pennsylvania JUNE SMITH Michigan IAURICE SMITH DAVID VAN KOEVERING FREDERICK BYE Pennsylvania Michigan Indiana CI1I1Sf1CH Workers Course CAROL HAZELTINE JUDY MCCREERY SHIRLEY LEWIS Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Illinois GARY GATES Michigan g V :af sm sr BUR'Ij ZUCH Mi Indiana Z ,Y M' 'H LOWELL MOYER Michigan "-' 5,352 5 .1NToN Q, V5 ' IANCHESTER D FN iffy ww Louisiana 1 A I 'I?f:'l Xin, ggi' 51 up la-2T f.,. 3 - f-11: Tb M , WW ' W-,.1.,amras'wf,ws 5- y we-'11 - 'Q . wi .ALM I 223 A If Aisiai 5 -48' X as 4, JEAN GREGG Michigan NAOMI LEHNER Michigan O O SANDRA JONES Ohio ni HW? Nw 64,5 www LORRAINE MCKAIN JEANNIE PIEPLOW S . fi ' as 95 WA Pennsylvania Michigan Z?-:IZ-' ,NWA s 5 Baia ii .thpiwxixb 619 9 43-'EYE 'gow' EMQE. df to xo WW E 4 film oiffo - ef. LN,-3' 5. ff www W' 42.9 is IDA STARK PATREAN Pnoss RUTH WALK British Guinea, S.A. Pennsylvania i': f l JON THOMAS igb : y Ohio i sligu. LEO SLAVEY 'l'i2i 1 iiih 3 ,5 Kentucky JACK FORCE , 'i fyi, .mm wsu Z' CHARLES NIPP Indiana THE BIBLE CONTAINS "The mind of God, the state of man, the way of life, the doom of sinners, the happiness of believers. Read it to be wise. Believe it to be safe. Practice it to be holy.. It gives light to direct you, food to support you and comfort to cheer you. IT IS The travelers map The soldier s sword The Christian chart. HERE Paradise is restored, heaven is opened, and the gates of hell described. CHRIST IS ITS THEME Our good its design, and Glory of God its end. IT SHOULD Fill the memory, rule the heart, and guide the feet. Read it slowly, frequently, prayerfully. IT IS A mine of wealth, a paradise of glory, a river of pleasure, and a garden of flowers. IT IS Given us in life, will be open in judgment and remembered forever.. It involves the highest responsibility, rewards the greatest labor and condemns all who trifle with it." Selected -VL- Orchestra Music Students Choir Christian Workers Gro up -1 The 1901 to 1958 Thanksgivings Martin Wells Knapp, the founder of God's Bible School, caught the vision of feed- ing underprivileged children while visiting the mission work of a co-laborer, Seth C. Rees, in Chicago. The first Thanksgiving dinner given by God's Bible School for Cin- cinnati's children was in 1901. The city was divided into sections, and students in groups of four or five went from house to house to invite the children. Five hundred invitations were given out. The turkeys were roasted in a "Brother Martin's Restaurant" downtown, and the rest of the preparation for the "great feast" was done at the school by the students. Three hundred children enjoyed that first Thanksgiving dinner on the "Hilltop." In 1958 our student body is many times the size that it was in 1901. Now we include the children of all Greater Cincinnati. To the 58th Thanksgiving Dinner 9,140 were invited and about 6,000 were present to enjoy the marvelous object lessons pre- sented b Rev. Daniel Woodward and the music and singing of special talented students in the tabernacle, and the deliciously prepared food in the dining room. To feed our invited guests several busy hours were spent in solicitation, fixing the dining room, and preparing the food. We sliced 1,200 dill pickles Broke 597 loaves of bread for dressing Pin-feathered, baked and took from the bone 3,800 pounds of turkey. Peeled and eyed 2,800 pounds of potatoes Peeled 180 pounds of onions Cleaned 5 crates of celery Filled more than 8,000 "goody bags" with peanuts, candy and oranges. We hope we were able to touch many hearts. God has said that His word would not return unto Him void, and those that lendeth to the poor lendeth to the Lord. A , V2 Thcmksg1v1ng fa i?F .:. ifv M3 U S 5 3 'uw lun. ar" ' ff rf' ,.. K fi J, p1x.E7 "wWhA'..-rdf ,q,x'5'l QA A rw' TV 8 W UH wc. 1.1 M ,524 c-'wr ., 0 uv: 1 can ,stgf Q M iii. i, Q if 'ffsfwswm . swan, L wclgope ff' .-4. Y X Ybffg 0 Q-Q' v wwf' Q J 4' i"' Qui: Ya ffm 'QS .4 .5 Y 9 rbqgo Q-Ll X29 k f I I f 6 ' , .N og 1 1 l 7 7 s 5 ? v- -! 0' Th.anns3'!f,',,3- 955, :mul y.'..n, WN ,fy,+" ,3 W"'Hv Et in' cry env- A t,.I.i,, 5""' "4 fu-'nyff' , Tk ,1 L Fctdhn x ,ii"?' A g it " :' -f' 1 A 2 an Q 'Y if i 5. Sur ids C I '9- , ...G-egg? 25 W? 4 I BRING YOU Q. 2-.wg , .ffffGS"G'f4 L, ' 1 God s Revivalist A familiar paper in many Christian homes is God's Revivalisr. It is a sixteen-page holiness weekly periodical. It was first established in 1888 by Martin Wells Knapp, the founder of God's Bible School, as "The Revivalist" a four-page publication. In 1901 the present name "God's Revivalist" was adopted. Graduates of 1959, as you depart from God's Bible School may you keep in contact with your Alma Mater through God's Revivalist. Subscribe to it, read it, then pass it on to your relatives, friends, and neighbors. Send subscriptions to others. This may be a means of ministering to many whom you could not otherwise reach. Graduates of 1959 Put U in Al mni! U should join the Alumni Association- U should attend annual meetings- U can interest others- U need the fresh contacts- U can obtain first-hand information- U might bring new students- U will encourage the rest of us- U will get your faith challenged- U will be a witness for Christ- U must ever pray for your Alma Mater- "A strong Alumni Association makes a strong Bible School." Revivals and Camp Meeting at G'od's Bible School One of the outstanding features of school life at God's Bible School is the emphasis upon revival. We regularly schedule a revival for early fall, and another for mid-winter. Class work is either suspended or greatly reduced for these few days. Work schedules are rearranged, and everything possible is done to make these revival times sessions of great spiritual emphasis. From year to year these revival periods have been the time when many of our young people have met and faced spiritual problems, and they have found a way whereby those problems could be settled. This emphasis on revival is a part of our program of stressing spiritual values. We believe that the greatest need of young people is a spiritual need, and that above all else one needs to know that he is right with God. Only when spiritual values are given the prominence that they deserve can other issues of life be adjusted in a truly proper manner. Our fall revival began Friday night, September 21, and continued through Sunday night, September 21. The engaged speaker for this occasion was Rev. Luther Cantwell, District Superintendent of the Indianapolis District of the Church of the Nazarene. The singing and special music were provided by members of the faculty and students at the school. From the very first night of the scheduled meeting to the close it was evident that the Spirit was working in the hearts of the young people. Many young people responded to the wooing of the Spirit. There was not a single occasion when the evangelist gave an altar call that there were not seekers at the altar. Brother Cantwell's preaching was clear and definite, stressing the glorious possibili- ties of grace through the Lord jesus Christ, and showing the conditions that must be met to find that grace. We appreciated the old-fashioned type of revival emphasis which he gave. On Sunday morning, january 25, our Mid-winter Convention opened with Rev. Eldon Martin, pastor of the Dayton Northridge Wesleyan Methodist church, and Rev. Charles Felsburg, pastor of the Madisonville Pilgrim Holiness church, as the evangelists. Revival spirit broke our in chapel, pre-convention prayer meetings and in high school prayer meeting before the week's meeting began. God is so good and so merciful to us, we certainly do appreciate His love and blessing. Thank Thee Lord for the glorious plan of salvation. Friday night, Mary 29, through Sunday night, june 7, will be camp meeting time. Our evangelists are to be Rev. R. G. Flexon, Rev. S. I. Emery, Rev. C. B. Cox, and Brother and Sister Crouse. E, -C igi if W C I C it f 4 -- X - Q B25 Z' ' lil 'inner time in the mountains College senior group of West Virginia for the Taken in Washington, D-C. college seniors A., we , Ziir V r,',' C Q '.s W .S' - . 0 6 Y If p 'ii' iiii VY y if V, W J ,ser V V C C 'ft we A i ..., ,ilgii ' K ixi M i X7 f' Mayflower Il Docked on the Potomac River At Washington, D.C. A waitress in the Mt. Vernon .,,,: Lunch room H V,3QAg,,t J N The Washington, D.C. Japanese Cherry blossoms are beautiful K or .... .f af ggaf A5531 It W '.,,,Waw- s ., ,,,,mvf-w-"'F'f"" ' A .MA-wv!W"'45' C001 bubblin fountain on top of the 8 along the Skyline Drive in Virginia The Senior group in front of the Natural Bridge in Virginia 'I' Mrs is 'Elf ii Gertrude Mrktuk by Th0m21S Virginia Miss D. Walters in the Luray Caverns, "Monticello" near Charlottesville, 'WA C l Group of High School seniors at James Alley' Betty NGEIY . . . Spring Mill Park, Indiana Carolyn Hoover, Agnes Buell Lq C 00 enlafj fl, I0 r Sail aWaYr Seniors Charles Chaffee Isn't it refreshing? Miss Brock near Nancy Hanks Lincoln's Ton 2 2- 1 W ,M img Ky I A ii: 'M : ' ., gg - 1 -- L ., M Elizabeth Helton What do YOU SCC? The old Grist Mill at Spring Mill Park .Wi g f XYIQLQ uf. lim Allan icn iC.5 Mrs. Day and Iris Smith , Picnic Day at Winton Woods Q .MW K HQ' Mr, 81 Mrs. Delbert Tangeman and son, Daniel 'Ofge Th0fI12S In his Indian native garb Gladys Metz joan Hunter Elaine Swift Joanna Day and Ruthie Kanzlemaf Esther Huntsman Gertrude Miktuk David Phelps William Rosengreen Marilyn Snodgrass lnior and Senior Outing at Mt. Echo . R. D d Brother L ay an Joanna Charles Chaffee On the wall at Mt. Echo Miss .lewd Brock It is not large enough. infer On we .Ni I J , -V ' ,,. f 1. V f AB '1,ig5..,3f, Q X ,gy ,- K , Wx EWS? 1' gv Q5 ai 'G S K 9v 18 , WS? ,, ' f ,kimww V-A11 ., -:AN 53 . ,if MWLM , ,A ia ? 25? I , w I an :VSV , .F Q an-'Xi' 4' z 'W '2 1 ZR 5. 2 -M -Q5 , , gt fwfgf LAL ., D 5+ A "" R' Q V 'N L Q I 1 V f 'S Q Q' H A ' ,737 .3 X x M N " W , V X 49? Q . 3 . , X Q ,A x 4 ff I fa , , 5 A , fx,4,,. 5 K M J' Q Q 2 u . K 2 8 , , M xt Q + f 5 X '4 S 'lx X' rpg g 5' ' K at K Q ,Eb X ,ss ,, :M X, A jf 21 M-W' wh' " 'Q ,H - ' ,, MA.. A ,www A" " 'W Q EQ' Q QV 01 QV 447 W ay rom SCLOOI te Q - is is ., fl 'g -. da is a beautiful state to see then back to Ohio to live' Palms near Miami Pier Miss Walters overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a piece of sea weed in her hand 'ould never make a good orange pick- Rock table and chairs The oldest wooden house in T00 Short- Bearl Smalldridge, his mother Mr. 8C AmefiC3, Sf- Augustine, Florida- Mrs Charles Miller 8: sor Miss Walters with Mt Hood, W s Grand Coulee Dam, Washington, ton, m background The oldest d h I h . - ld. woo en sc oo ouse m zest concrete dam in the wor H Amman Q' Ammbdn EIA-:JA l' f fa 5 t ttll fe I f " ' 4 ttee The General Office crew: Virginia Shahan Bonnie Bates Is it good? Faith Hoien, Florence Mc- Margaret Rodgers Marilyn Hofacker Elizabeth Helton Daniels' -lean Gregg Jeanie Pieplow Wanda Raines Kathleen MCMUHU' Brother Day, Joanna Day l'hat is quite a smile, Edsel Trouten glzaffgh I-Elm: Mt. Echo iililritiglgsail on" Faith' -lean: Florence, W 3 3 ffms Up costs f assroom 6 or camp meeting in Group of students who went on a week- end meeting 3C0l'gC Thomas Lloyd Mom-oe Mr. 5: Mrs. Erskine Hughes ,65.. Faith Hoien, Mary jane Howell !6tl4'Ll0lftr5 7l0t:5 iz The V lk h A group at the Dedication of the Volkswagen 0 swagen t at was presented to God's Bible School, Camp 1958 Camp Meeting group. ? ii E F fi, ? . iiii it 5 in i i Wi - - frail , m 7 fzzfizkfgi 'iibifelfsiailltis kk., 1-is-Yehfsmzs -1 o 'GBA -E 1 -ff-vo . '.2f1S71s7fs1fglxf2f , if -K .,k- Lfifi. 151 A 5-f ' . . l ' ' . rggiolgibtsiillli, lgelxgregggsslgin Trouten, Chaffee, Alley, Bimber Joan 55 Dorothy Monroe ly Hughes, A.B. Valedictorian so 1 ' K. 4, , N1 - an if it - Brock, Walters, Day, Wood, Reiss if eiel s u in u - Wwe fa g n V gy-Wg, i V -wg 1 ,yiie Commencement night Smith Mrs. Day Brother Wilcox ...6G-. Brother Grossman A-a........... , 2 ,g , A ,Q ,Ng y. ff e Rebecca Eberle, Verda Scharf Charles Chaffee Is it that bad? M. .y.,..A .,,. . .: , l sl W , x K 5 The Kitchen crew 57-S8 2 liri- john Kunselman Carlos Munoz Brother Gifford l fn 'T ff Brother Day busy at his gardening hobh Rafferty, Eva Clark, Joan Monroe Annabelle Evans Phyllis Williams, Don't fall. Jerry Barnes, George Stoneburner Evelyn Bish Miss at Mt. e ,,sa is grief Ei , F ix , ' tw e.,,,Y,. M a z ' - M3 X if if, ' 4 A .f 'F ' ' S - 1 r wzfNWZruM , L J., A , . , vg,ezg,:g .J "fig -nr, 1 K 'iw rw 1.5 Y1ZP"i . - Kew' .. . mi, M . 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' .-..,..,, 'os - G E, is ?"" ti gc K' 'lg M55 ' 2 ff' NE er 9 Q 2" eta? e e W , ,Mt .iq-. 11.1.4 li.. ,xdcluerfiaemenfa jlzanL5 fo Our .xgcluerfiaera PLEASE PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS WHO MADE THIS YEARIOOK POSSIILE. 60lll,9Eh'l.eIlt5 0 Titusville Wesleyan Methodist Church Titusville, Pennsylvania Pastor, REV. A. H. ELSEY STUDENTS FROM THIS CHURCH Ellen and James Christy Troy Muir David Phelps FIRST CHURCH OF Newport, Kentucky SERVICES Tuesday 7:00 p.m. Wednesday 7: 30 pm Sunday 9:30 am. 10:50 a.rn. 7:30 p.m. Visitation Glad Hour Sunday School Worship Evangelistic Service "The Friendly Church" ASA SPARKS, Pastor 830 York Phone JU 1-0668 THE NAZABENE Good Luck TO THE Seniors of 1959 RMNBO BAKING GDMPMIY 1665 HERALD AVENUE CINCINNATI, OHIO Mt. Auburn Bakery 1801 Highland Avenue Fresh Bakery Goods Daily PHONE: WO 1-9503 Murray,s PIIHPIHHCY 2001 AUBURN AVE., CINCINNATI, OHIO PI-IoNEs: Av. 1-4243-1-9100 "Have Your Prescriptions Filled Here." COMPLIMENTS Compliments of OF MAGN U S WHITE, O. D. 425 Main Street Cincinnati Ohio fomplimanfi of George Benqert e Sen Compliments A. KNIILL Electric Supply Company, Inc. 309 West Fourth Compliments of PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CDMPANY 4955 Spring Grove Cincinnati, Ohio Compliments of Qomplimsnta HIEHWUUD WELDING BUMPANY of GOD'S BIBLE SCHOOL Printing Departm nt and Book Room A. E. Mum, SUPT. OF PRINTING I-IYLLIS W AMS, OOM Schroeder Paper Specialhg lfompang 1110 Alfred St. Cincinnati 14, Ohio ' 4 Welcome to Our Services Sunday School ............ ...... 9 :30 a. m. Morning Worship .... ................. 1 0:30 a. m. Youth Hour .................. ...... 6 :30 p. m. Evangelistic Service ......,........... 7:30 p. m. Prayer and P1-aige .,...... 7130 p.m. FIRST PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH HIGHLAND AND McGREGOR AVE. MOUNT AUBURN, CINCINNATI, OI-IIO MELRO Y WA RD, Minister Residence: 305 McGregor Ave. Phone: AVon 1-1190 Compliments of A Friend COMPLIMENTS OF Brookside Bible Camp Meeting Four miles south of Mt. Gilead, Ohio Three miles east of Cardigan, Ohio On Route 529 August 24-September 7 MR. MBLVIN SHARROCK Newport Pilgrim Holiness Church 321 Elm St. Newport, Kentucky Sunday School ........................ 9:30 a. m. Morning Service .............. , .... 11:00 a. m. Young People's Service ........ 7:00 a. m. Evening Service ..................... 7:30 a. m. REV. ELMER C. FARMER, Pastor A little Church with a big WELCOME Q Compliments of CHURCH OF CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION 4704 Plainville Road Madisonville Cincinnati, Ohio Bruce Roren, Pastor The Church with a friendly' heart where the Old-Fashioned Gospel is preached Compliments of I Erlanger Pilgrim Holiness Church Ihe Madisonville Pilurim Church Sunday School ......... .--------- 1 0300 3-111- Junior Church ............. ---------- 1 1200 asm- Morning Worship ....... .------'-- 1 1200 2-111- Yourh Service ...........,. .----- 6 245 P-HL Evening Evangelistic ....... .....- 7 230 P111- Wed. Prayer Service ........................-- 7130 PIU- The Church "where you are never a stranger." "Not forsaking the assembling of our- selves together, as the manner of some is."-Hebrews 10:25. UI. ITL Sunday School ........................ 9:45 a. Morning Worship .................. 11:00 a. Young Peop1e's Service ..... . 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Service .............. 7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Tuesday .... 7:45 p. m. Public Cordially Invited REV. EARL WEDDLE Zliirnt mralrgan iliethnhiat Glhurrh 2262 Vine Street - Cincinnati, Ohio "The Church that places First Things First" REV. WALTER JEFFERIES, Pastor 288 DORCHESTER AVE. PL 1-5306 Telephone at Church AV 1-0974 MONTANA AVENUE Church of the Nazarene 2559 Montana Avenue "The Church that is anchored to the rock but geared to the times." mu-:casa CURTIS G. COBURN, Minister 3EfVa1SiE ,ggi CH 1-2614 Lock and Key Service Combinations Changed Keys to Any Lock Acme Lock Company H. J. RIEF 139 E. COURT ST. CINCINNATI, OHIO I llle lllelcrrme Hou Sunday School Service ........ 9:30 a. m. 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 Pilgrim Holiness Church 1739 Baltimore Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio RALPH HITESMAN, Parrtor Harrison Church of Ilazaren the e r HARRISON, OHIO L. E. STEWART,Pl1Sf01 .r Sunday School ...................... 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship .............. 10:45 a. m. junior Church .......... ....... l 0:45 a. m. N. Y. P. S. .................. ..... 7 :00 p. m. Evangelistic Service .............. 7:45 p. m. Wednesday Prayer ................ 7:45 p. m. DMR AT WALNUT PHONE NE 8-8186 Come and Worship with Us. ROY'S DRY CLEANERS PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE PL 1-2994 - 1811 Sycamore St. Cincinnati, Ohio COMPLIMENTS of Raymond Shreve David Spangler George Thomas Paul Zehr Gilletie James Ralph Monr0e Barbara Raines Leonard Sankey A I T M H. RAY NOE THE LUNCH DDO ICE CREAM - CANDY SANDWICHES - SOUP SOAP - SHAMPOO - SHOE POLISH, ETC. I I " Where Old Friends Meet " Fuel 0rls -- lubricants and MARY JOBE, Industrial Specialties 634 COMPTON ROAD CINCINNATI 31, OHIO COMPLIMEN TS of MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT Wesley Carder Duane Badcler Charles Longworth Ronald Robbins john Dobben jack Dearrh JACKSON 1-3052 Jerry Brown Larry Jackson Paul Wing George Seay William Bliton in charge COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS . I Clock and Watch Repalrmg OF and Electronic Testing A Friend D. BAYNUM 1803 Y ung Street Cincinnati 10 0h COMPLIMENTS of COMPLIMENTS of ENGINE ROOM CREW General Contractors KESSEN CARL TODD WILLIAM BROWN W. H. Clemons and Sons HERBERT PLA S The Hufdemkampe Hardware Cn. Dzstrzbutofs of Industrial Supplies 1012-1020 FREEMAN AVENUE CINCINNATI 3, OHIO P NE: DUNBAR 1-3200 FOR THAT Znd FLOOR OR BASEMENT REMODELING SEE The J. B. DUPPES' S0118 LUMBEI1 GUMPANY F. H. A. 1250 Gest Street Approved Loans GA 1-4850 COMPLIMENTS oi A Friend C' ON GRA TULA TI ONS To The Class of 1959 G. E. STAGE Minister mulherru Pilgrim Church MULBERRY, OHIO Highland Avenue Pilgrim Church 729 HIGHLAND AVENUE COVINGTON, KENTUCKY WE WELCOME YOU E. R. MITCHELL, Partor ' 720 V. 19th Street Phone CO 1-4436 TO OUR SERVICES Sunday School ........-.. ....-........- 9 30 Morning Worship .... .... 10 45 Children'r Service .. J 00 Youth Service ........... -. 7 00 Evangelistic Service .-... ..... .....- 7:45 Mid-Week Mayer Service Wednesday Evening ................ ........ 7:45 -30- Congratulations Stanton Avenue To the Class of 1957 from CL...-.,L of the Nazarene Calvaru Church of the Nazarene 47 M lb St t and AIIIICX u any ree Sunday School ........................ 9:30 a. m. Worship .......... 10:45 . . d 7:30 . . Wm. H. Taft Road at Stanton Avenue a m an P m CINCINNATI' OHIO W. EDWIN HAGGARD, Minister Congratulations to the Graduates from the Elmwnnil Hilgrim Glhnrrli 309 Linden Street Cincinnati 16, Ohio "The Church where you feel at Home" fr - Minister: Rev. Stanley Dean Ftovn E. Coma, Minister Phone: PO 1-1982 Sunday School .......................... 9:45 a. m. XVC Invite You to Worship with Us Mornlng Worship .... 2 ....... ..... 1 0:45 a. m. , , , , Young People's Service ...... 6:30 p. m. when ln Clnclnnaf-1 Evangelistic Service ............ 7:30 p- m. , Wednesday Prayer Meeting .. 7:30 p. m. ... 3 COMPLIMENTS V ca a an giiciiiodifaf iiufccii PITTSFIELD, PENNSYLVANIA Pastor, REV. DONALD W. ST. CLAIR I .1 S STUDENTS FROM OUR CHURCH .ei S if S Betty Perrin Marilyn Haight Carol Hazeltine Egi f "Be glad in the Lord and rejoice." 1 COMPLIMENTS of Marion's Fine Foods AND 'yowz fpozfzaif Us a gzacsfuf Kwai, of oqagnowfscfging Uwe gzianclsgip Findlay Markets COMPLIMENTS Ununq and Carl OF AFz'iend 7th and Vine Cincinnati, Oh1o PHONE! PARKWAY 1-2277 BEST WISHES FROM Fla'Qf's Gulf Service Station Gas and Oils Tires Minor Repairs Accessories "Speedy Service with a Smile." AUBURN AND DORCHESTER WO 1-9937 III-MIL CLEANERS 1617 HIGHLAND AVENUE -WE SPECIALIZE IN- ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS Shirt Laundry Shoe Repairing ' Cle nin Finishing Weaving a g, Hats Cleaned and Re-Dyeing and Blocked Suedes and Leathers Dyeing PAUL MARKER, PROP. TIlEWM.Il.FOX 0 0 M P A II Y HARDWARE - PAINTS sm and MAIN STREETS GILBERT and CURTIS Walnut Hills MAin 1-4061 Cincinnati, Ohio "SPEEDY SERVICE" at F 81 B Cleaners 1210 MAIN STREET AND Sparkle Cleaners LIBERTY AND SYCAMORE 2917 GLBNDORA STREET COMPLIMENTS of SUCHIIIIIHE DH! IIIEHIIEHS BOB YATES 1611 Sycamore Qnear Libertyy ONE HOUR SERVICE OPEN 7 A. M. - 6 P. M. UP- TO-DA TE Potato Chips CHARLIE'S SERVICE STATION RFID Q "The Finest" 4920 MONTGOMERY N ORWOOD, OHIO 'TT' -I ' TT' ' " GREASINB AND Mmnn REPAIRS MELROSE 1-2573 cn-11:1 Ann MEMILLIAN PH. PLAzA1-9104 1:1-1AR1.ss 1.. slsazn c1N::1NNA1-1 19, 1:11-un 'if' 4 HILlTOP 5111001.00 2005 AUBURN AVENUE PHONE UN 1-9968 CANDY - GROCERIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES - BAKERY Coons at PAB.l.9.I.T'5 Notions Hardware Ready-10-wear Toys AVON l-9520 CINCINNATI, OHIO F CH 9546 Beck Serwke 1701 HIGHLAND ABBDTT'S CDNFECTICINERY THE DU 1-0303 Electrical Appliances Repaired "WHAT NDT STORE" GIFTS - VARIULIB MERCHANDISE 426 EAST LIBERTY BT. CINCINNATI, DHID Conzfzfinzanfa Aug. Caruso 8. Sons Distributors FRUITS and VEGETABLES 2 d ELM CH 1 353 CINCINNATI 2 OHIO lllilsqn Palm Cnmpanu 410 Reading Road 552 Main Sire I and 358 Swifton Shopp g C PARKWAY 1-1790 MAIN 1-1039 PA. 1-8055 Hmerican Exlerminalor Incorporated Extermlnation - Sanitation janitor's Supplies 9 h and Race Sts., C 2 Oh Eompfimsnta of Kirhq Vacuum Cleaner Enmpang 2 179 Gilbert Compliments of GIBSUH UU!-Il HIIIJ DUKE .. cu m PH nu ,. COMPLIMENTS OF Sharrock-Force Coal Company MT. GILBAD, Omo i lil H 8 B UIELUIHG CU. AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL WELDING Electric and Acetylene 1653 Hamer St. Cincinnati 10, Ohio Best Wishes to Our Many Friends crt Goc1's Bible School KB.AMER'S COMPLIMENTS Sewing Machine Service or 1207 MAIN GA 1-5563 A Fr Cincinnati, Ohio COMPLIMENTS Compliments OF of A Friend THUSTEE BHHEHIES M I L K does more for the human body than any other known food! Drink plenty of French-Bauer Homogenized milk every day! with dairy products as fresh as this morning The Wesleyan Methodist Church You are always welcome at Sunday school ................ 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship ...... ..... 1 0:45 a.m. Wesleyan Youth' .l,,.,...a.... 6:45 p.m. Sunday evening service .,...,.. 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting tWed.D ........ 7:30 p.m. Pastor, REV. CHARLES C. DAY 5407 Warren Ave. Norwood, Ohio Compliments of For an Old-fashioned Spiritual Feast Attend CHURCH OF CHRIST Asbury Tabernacle 11 E. McMillan Cincinnati, Ohio in Sunday School ........................ 9:30 a. m. 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 Brownsville, Indiana Sunday at 11:00 a. m. over WNOP. AMO 740 on Your Dial S TILLIS P t ' as or REV. MERLE R. VAUGHN, Pastor. White Villa". t ,mfvul Foods Are The Finest! SOLD ONLY BY WI-IITE VILLA CSROCERS Compliments of gyounofofcd stationed omyani, School and Office Supplies - Office Furniture Artists Supplies and Printing 432 MAIN STREET CINCINNATI 2, Omu Fld, . . . -fgtfbglfqlggj uwtoqra ll I , Y Y ,I I Q 5 ,. A . . . 5 4, .I 1 x. ' ' v . , 1 1 , , .a 1. '1 1 I 1 nl, 'K I 1V 1. 1, 1 'K ,. -1 Ei F1 E F1 I 1 1 1 1 1 111' . 1,- o if 1 1 1 'i if ms.. - . - 11.1 . 1 9 . ' ' m 7 .. 1i.i4.al.? 5, ' nv 1 11, , J 1 n 1 -fq L -4 1 P, 1: I :-"1 2 n I t " rf 1 1 Q 1 xiii' I 51 -! V V WF X 5 A i .i Mi-2 X. . ' .X -4: .:'.'.-1?,.'11'.: if' f-if i " Q I' -1, V- f' 'f5!!2.V'V:. ',,. v.V - .. VVJVV -X- 1-X ' 1 VV V VV? 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