North Central University - Archive Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)
- Class of 1945
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THE THEME OF THE 1945 ARCHIVE' "IN FLIGHT FOR
CHRISTVW IS DESCRIPTIVE OF THE DIVINE IMPETUS
WHICH DOMINATES OUR BEINGS AS THE HOLY SPIRIT
ENERGIZES US TO WIN MEN FOR CHRIST.
WE ARE PERSONALLY ACOUAINTED WITH THE ONE
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LIFE ETERNAL. ALL TI-IE VARIOUS YEARNINGS OF MAN-
KIND DISCOVER THEIR TRUE ULTIMATE SATISFACTION
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A frequent retrospective View of the assistance cmd faithfulness of God
will inevitably cause faith, zeal, and courage to arise and accelerate us on
the Christian pathway. The triumphant proclamation-"I-litherto hath the
Lord helped us!" uttered by the prophet Samuel during a crucial moment
in Israel's history, can Well be the testimony and confidence of North Central
On October l, 1930, N. C. B. I. commenced its existence as a ministerial
preparatory institution. Suitable quarters were secured in the recently com-
pleted Minneapolis Gospel Tabernacle and thus the Institute opened, "dedi-
cated to the teaching of the full, old time Gospel to all those zealous for a
deeper knowledge of His Holy Word." ln 1937 the North Central District
of the Assemblies of God purchased, renovated, and equipped the present
five story, fireproof, downtown building which the Institute now occupies.
The first graduating class, that of 1933, numbered only nineteen: the second,
that of 1934, twentyufivey 1935 increased to thirty-nineg 1936, forty-five.
Its phenomenol growth has continued accordingly, until in 1940 the enroll-
ment had passed the four hundred mark. Though the program of the school
has been modified by the demands of the present war, the blessing and
power of God remains unabated.
Men of stedfast character, capable of bearing responsibility, are indis-
pensable in the program of God. N. C. B. I. was founded largely through
the instrumentality of its President, Rev. F. I. Lindquist. We thank God
for the vision of the Board of Directors, the Faculty, and the many friends
of N. C. B. 1. who have united their efforts in this great cause. The zealous
labor of these "heroes of faith" shall nat go unrewarded.
The past forcefully verifies the power of God: the present reveals the
need of the world, and future challenges us to even greater achievements!
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- Ernest Sioberq
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REV. R. W. MILLER
REV. I.. CHRISTIANSON
The student body of N. C. B. I. is privileqed to have the Institutes adrnin-
istration supervised by these God-ordained men of character, rich in ex-
perience and spiritual knowledge. Their years of labor-in the gospel min-
istry are an invaluable asset to North Central Bible Institute.
REV. FRANK J. LINDQUIST
Doctrine I and II
North Central Bible Institute was founded fifteen years ago and has been
forging ahead under the capable direction and leadership of its Founder-
President, Rev. Frank I. Lindquist.
In response to the call of God upon his life after his conversion in 1914,
Rev. Lindquist dedicated his lite to the service of God. Leaving his home in
Pennsylvania, he went to northern Minnesota in 1921 where he pioneered
several gospel works. The Lord blessed his ministry and in 1923 he was
elected Superintendent of the North Central District Council of the Assemblies
of God. The work of the District has known steady progress and advance-
ment under the guidance of its able leader.
Rev. Lindquist's responsibilities are great, for not only is he District Superin-
tendent, but he has also pastored the Minneapolis Gospel Tabernacle for
Realizing the need to train young people for Christian service, in 1930
Rev: Lindquist founded North Central Bible Institute. As a result, hundreds
of young people have been trained and are now in Christian service in many
parts of the world. Last year he made a missionary tourto Central America
and Cuba. The interesting accounts of his trip have stimulated in the hearts
of many students a new interest and burden for the peoples of other nations.
The students and faculty alike appreciate the deep spirituality of Rev.
Lindquist and are thankful to have him as president of N. C. B. I.
We are now living in a changing world where the traveling
time between distant points has shortened from days and weeks
to a matter of a few hours. With great interest we have watched
this travel transition in our lifetime. With like interest we
watch the "fledgling" student arrive, at North Central Bible Insti-
tute. He has felt the great "urge of the beyond,"-to prepare
to "fly." The trip to North Central Bible Institute may be his
first trip from home.
Moses aptly describes the divine purpose and care which we
experience: "As an eagle stirreth up her nest, fluttereth ov-
er her young, spreadeth abroad her wings, taketh them, beareth
them on her wings, so the Lord alone did lead him." I-low Well
I rememeber when the Lord stirred up my home nest, taught me
to fly for myslf, and then I tried my wings alone.
An eagle does not learn flight by sitting still in the nest. The
mother eagle knowing this kicks and roughly pushes out the
young bird. While first trying its wings and learning to fly, it
will find the great wings of its mother underneath if it falls or
grows tired. Our God will do no less for us while we are learn-
ing flights of faith and growing strong in the Lord.
The training of thousands of aviators for the present conflict
has required the expenditure of millions of dollars and the in-
vestment of other billions in equipment. But every day, from
the various flying schools in the United States, there are grad-
uates who have earned their "wings," and now are ready to
make flights miles across the earth. We read of them in combat
having completed a certain number of "Missions"
Our graduates must also find their "wings," and must also
complete a certain number of "Missions" but of a different na-
ture. They will not be for destruction, but for the saving of souls,
and the "ceiling" is unlimited when it comes to faith and vision.
We have great faith that God will use them and bless them in
"heavenly places in Christ Iesusf' Great planes and established
air routes will fly them to the ends of the earth. What a joy it
will be at last to report to our Lord and Saviour, "Mission com-
pleted," and hear His words, "Well done, enter thou into the
joy of thy Lord."
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Each weekday morning at 7:55 the student body assembles
in the chapel for a period of devotion and Worship. This
early gathering has come to mean to every Freshman, Iunior,
and Senior the time when they personally meet God.
Inspirational messages of individual faculty members have
been a blessing and help to all. The second semester services
are under the direction of the graduating class where they
enjoy the practical experience of song directing and speaking.
REV. I. O. MILHLER
Holding forth the highest ideals of Christian character in his own life,
Rev. l. O. Miller has been a great influence in molding the lives of many
young people into the image of the living Christ.
His sympathetic understanding and fatherly concern for individual prob-
lems have won for him a place in the heart of every student.
His many years of fruitful ministry and intense interest in the future of
Christian youth have contributed greatly to the development of our school.
The deep truths of the Word of God are made real to each student under
the spiritual instruction given by our Principal.
Besides teaching in our school, Rev. Miller is also the Assistant Superin-
tendent of the North Central District and pastor of the St. Paul Gospel Temple.
REV. EMIL BALLIET
Dean of Men
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Rev. Emil Balliet's radiant Christian character has been instrumental in effecting a true
appreciation of spiritual values in each student's life. In his official capacity as Dean of Men
he frequently administers sagacious counsel and guidance.
His life is one of constant activity, for in addition to his obligations at N. C, B. l., he is the
Choir Director of the Minneapolis Gospel Tabernacle, and Secretary of the North Central
District Council of the Assemblies of God.
Rev. Ba1liet's yielded and talented life is an inspiration to all who make his acquaintance.
MRS. ANNA MAGNUSON
Dean of Women
We are privileged to have Mrs. Magnuson as
our Dean of Women. In her own sweet and patient
way she faithfully serves as teacher and friend to
With sincerity and love she helps and instructs
troubled students, ever lifting Christ as the solution
to their problems-ethe "Friend who sticketh closer
than a brother."
Each student deeply appreciates her Christ-filled
ministry and will long cherish the memories of the
hours spent in her presence. t
REV. BARTLETT PETERSON
The vast amount of practical experience which Rev. Peterson has accumulated, both as
pastor and evangelist, has made him a very competent teacher' of Pastoral Theology. We
appreciate the opportunity to learn from others' experiences and thank God for the rich min
istry of Rev. Peterson.
In addition to serving on the faculty of our Institute, he is the Field Secretary for the
North Central District.
REV. RUSSELL OLSON
For the past nineteen years Rev. Olson has been
engaged in pastoral work and his reservoir of per-
sonal experience has made him an efficient instructor.
Every student has been richly benefited by Rev.
Olson's competent teaching ministry.
Rev, Olson is the pastor of the Fremont Gospel
Tabernacle in North Minneapolis and is a member
of the District Executive Committee of the North
He is also an ardent and enthusiastic personal
worker. Through his continued efforts, a new Home
Missionary Project has .been started in Minneapolis,
which endeavors to bring the Gospel Message to
God's chosen people-the lews.
REV. W. A. KATTER
Practical Work Department
D. V. B. S.
S. S. Methods
When school days are over and students go forth into the whitenea harvest field, they
will be inspired by the memory of Rev. Katter's passion for lost humanity. Through his un-
tiring efforts many souls have been won for Christ.
He is supervisor of the Practical Work Department of our Institute and under his super-
vision the students proclaim the Word of Life in various churches. missions, and hospitals
in the Twin Cities.
Rev. Katter also pastors the new City of Lakes Gospel Tabernacle in south Minneapolis.
REV, DONALD EDSON
Foremost in Rev. Edson's teaching ministry is his
magnetic zeal and boundless enthusiasm. Many a
downcast and discouraged student has iound new
strength and determination in observing his fervent
and victorious Christian life.
His radiant personality and consecrated ettorts
make him a very influential instructor as well as
minister oi the Gospel. He is co-pastor of the Como
Assembly in Northeast Minneapolis.
MR. MARK J. BELL
English I, Il, III
History of Missions
Mr. Bell's personal concern for the spiritual growth and welfare of the students has been
an asset to our Institute and his daily practical living has been an incentive to many who
desire to walk. in closer fellowship with the Lord.
Mr. Be1l's consistent life and consecrated musical talents are appreciated by each student
A working, knowledge of the fundamentals of speech is received under his efficient
ESTELLA P. BURKHART
Missionary Society Advisor
The most essential part of our training is not the
presenting of masterly sermons, but is, rather, to mani-
fest the Bible truths in our lives that others may
be won to Him.
Miss Burkhart faithfully serves as faculty advisor
of our Missionary Society and under her careful
supervision we have been presented with the various
needs of the homeland and foreign mission fields.
Her dormitory duties are performed with the utmost
precision and cheerfulness.
IRLANDA GUDDAL W MABLE SAUNDERS
Spanish I and II School Nurse
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REv. HERBERT R. SNYDER MR. R. L. KATTER kr.
Treasurer of' N. C. B. I. and Credit Manager Q3
North Central District
IRENE HANSON RUTH MARKS
Secretary Switchboard Operator
An authoritative and judicious enforcement ot righteous principles governing human conduct
is and always has been conducive to personal and collective progress and integrity. Modern
civilization and governments function through the proper execution of appropriate ordinances
and statutes. This sanie factor is also applicable to a Bible Institute.
ln N. C. B. I., student discipline is achieved through the assistance of the Student Council,
a representative group consisting of four members from each class, who are elected by
popular vote and approved by the faculty. Through a weekly report system and their constant
contact with fellow students, the Student Council members are enabled to render invaluable
assistance in the solving of many problems which inevitably arise. -
Their main duty is the directing of student activities, both secular and spiritual. At different
intervals they have sponsored group prayer meetings and' other efforts which have tended
to increase the spiritual standards. Since the election rules require all Student Council mem-
bers to have personally experienced the Baptism in the Holy Spirit, their lives and testimonies
are an incentive to the student body.
The Student Council is of inestimable value as it cooperates with the faculty in their
endeavor to direct the entire student body into the paths of righteousness.
Pres. William Varney
Vice-Pres. Orill Krans
Virginia Harvey Elma Nunly
Orabe Smith Faith Bruzelius
Abraham Solomon Virgil Rasmussen
Laurel Zipf Claude Bratvold
MARY BERRY. ELSIE BRIDGMAN
N.C.B.I. is located across the street from Elliot Park
Alumni Reception Room
Mlnnehaha Falls, Minneapolis, the scene of many school outings
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The reception of preparatory
training . ought not, cmd cannot
ever be considered as having
been completed, if it does not sim-
ultaneously present claims for fu-
ture endeavors. To merely possess
intellectual and spiritual knowledge concerning Christian truths,
without ever properly exercising it, is to be guilty of an infamous
crime. Preparation and practice are the two inseparable halves
of an indivisible whole.
A scriptural account verifies this unity. We are informed by
Mark that "He ordained twelve that they should be with Him,
and that He might send them forth to preach." Their period of
preparation preceded that of personal activityp however, the
former was accepted in view of the latter. Then, when the
Son of God did ascend to His heavenly abode, these disciples
were commissioned to go forth in universal proclamation of His
message. Their ministry was about to commence: they were in
the "Take Off" stage.
Every graduating class of N. C. B. I. finds itself in a similar
condition. For three years we, the King's Ambassadors, have
been zealously qualifying and equipping ourselves for future
gospel endeavors. A most thorough and scriptural knowledge
of God, supplemented by our own individual abilities and per-
sonal spiritual experiences, comprises the facilities wherewith
we shall labor. Despite the two thousand yearswhich have
intervened since it was first uttered, we of today have re-
ceived the same positive command-"Go ye into all the world
and preach the gospel to every creature." We, too, have ar-
rived at a new phase of life.
Thus, we have come to the "Take Off" stage: -therefore, let
us diligently pursue our calling, as did those noble disciples.
Today our hearts rejoice as we look forward with eager antici-
pation to the mission before us.
We have spent three happy years together, and during this
time hours of fellowship have been enjoyed and ties of friendship
There have been times of earnest study as we endeavored to
know our Blessed Lord and Saviour, jesus Christ. There have
been seasons of refreshing when God graciously poured out His
Spirit upon us, and student and teacher alike have been broken
and melted in His Holy Presence. During times of discourage-
ment, of trial, of stress we have been privileged to bear one an-
other's burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ. Together we
have met failures and by His grace our mistakes have become
stepping-stones that will lead us safely to Heaven-and Home.
Together we have rejoiced in victories won!
As we part and go "ln Flight for Christ," we have the confi-
dence that "He shall direct our paths," and on that great and
glorious day we shall meet again at jesus' feet, never to part.
FREDERICK W. FLESSING
"Beloved, now are we the sons of
God, and it doth not yet appear
what we shall be: but we know
that, when he shall appear, we
shall be like him: for we shall
see him as he is." I John 3:2.
Class President '45y Choirg
Male Chorus: Mixed Chorus:
S. S. Teacher at Fremont: Class
Vice-President '44p South Ameri-
can Missionary Band.
CHARLES D. JOHNSON
Galena Park. Texas
"Commit thy way unto the
Lord: trust also in him: and he
shall bring it to pass." Psalm
Band: Choir: Senior Class Vice-
Presidentp Kinq's Ambassadors
Quartet: Male Chorus: Mixed
Chorus: Indian Missionary Band.
RUTH A. HANSON
"He that goeth forth and weep-
eth, bearing precious seed, shall
doubtless come again with rejoic-
ing, bringing his sheaves with
him." Psalm 12616.
Choir: Ladies' Chorus: Class
Secretary '45p Children's work:
Mixed Chorus: African Mission-
ary Band: Honor Studeni.
ETHEL J. BAKER
"The effectual fervent prayer of
a righteous man availeth muchf'
James 5 :16.
.Senior Class Treasurer '45:
Chi1dren's leader. Colored Mis-
sion and City of Lakes Chapel:
African Missionary Band.
WILLIAM E. VARNEY
Parlcston, South Dakota
"But now in Christ Jesus ye who
sometime were far off are made
nigh by the blood of Christ."
Student Council '44, '45: Stu-
dent Council President '45: Mixed
Chorus: Male Chorus: Choir:
S. S. Class Minneapolis Gospel
Tabernacle: Homeland Missions
ary Band: Honor Student.
ARLENE M-. BROWN
Sioux City, Iowa
"Who shall separate us from the
love of Christ? Shall tribulation,
or distress. or persecution. or
famine, or nahedness, or peril,
or sword?" Romans 8:35.
Student Council '45: Choir:
Ladies' Chorus: St. Paul Temple
Choir: Mixed Chorus: African
ORILL C. KRANS
"As far as the east is from the
west, so far hath he removed our
transgressions from us." Psalm
Student Council '44-'45: Vice-
President Student Council '45:
Choir: Band: Male Chorus: Mix-
ed Chorus: Kinq's Ambassadors
Quartet: Trombone Ouartet: Alas-
kan Missionary Band.
Point Pleasant. New York
"Come now, and let us reason
together, saith the Lord: though
your sins be as scarlet, they shall
be as white as snow: though they
be rea' like crimson, they shall be
as wool." Isaiah 1:18.
Student Council '43, 44, '45:
Choir: Chairman of Women's De-
partment '45: Como Assembly
Children's Church and S. S.:
Treasurer Archive: African Mis-
sionary Bcmd Treasurer '43,
CLASS GF '45
"No good thing will He with-
hold from them that walk up-
rightlyf' Psalm 84:11.
Island Mission: Minnehaha
Chapel S, S.: African Missionary
ERNEST P. SJOBERG
"For we have not an high priest
which cannot be touched with
the feeling of our infirmities: but
was in all points tempted like as
we are, yet without sin."
Band: Choir: Male Chorus:
Leader Volunteers of America
Mission: Mixed Chorus: Archive
Staff '44: Archive Student Edi-
tor '45: Alaskan Missionary
WARREN M. ABBOTT
"Have not I commanded thee?
Be strong and of a good courage:
be not afraid, neither be thou
dismayed: for the Lord thy God
is with thee whithersoeuer thou
goest." Joshua l:9.
Band: Trombone Quartet:
Choir: Student Council '43 '44:
Male Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Ar-
chive Photographer: South Am-
erican Missionary Band.
BERNARD W. ALLEN
"ln all thy ways acknowledge
Him and He shall direct thy
paths." Proverbs 3:6.
Trombone Quartet: Choir:
Kinq's Ambassadors Quartet: Mix-
ed Chorus: Male Chorus: Band:
Freshman Vice-President: Iunior
Class President: Russian Mission-
"And we know that all things
work together for good to them
that love God. to them who are
the called according to his puf-
pose." Romans 8:28.
Student Council '44: Ladies'
Chorus: Girls' Quartet: Mixed
Chorus: Missionary Society Sec-
retary '45: Chapel Pianist: South
American Missionary Band.
"For God hath not given us the
spirit of fear: but of power, and
of love, and of a sound mind."
II Timothy l:7.
Choir: Ladies' Chorus: Girls'
Quartet: Mixed Chorus: Class
Treasurer '44: St. Paul -Temple
Choir and Orchestra: African
"But the path of the just is as
the shining light, that shineth
more and more unto the perfect
day." Proverbs 4: 18.
N.W.B.I. '43: S. S. Teacher
Salvation Army: Ladies' Chorus:
Mixed Chorus: Russian Mission-
JEss1E MAE ARNOLD
"A good name is rather to be
chosen than great riches, and lov-
ing favour rather than silver and
gold." Proverbs 22:l.
Ladies' Chorus: Mixed Chorus:
Como Children's Church: Mexico
and Central American Mission-
ary Band: Honor Student.
CLASS OF '45
BETTY J. COLEMAN
"Trust in the Lord with all thine
heart: and lean not unto thine
own understanding." Proverbs
Choir: Russian Missionary
Band Treasurer '4S.
"The Lord will perfect that
which concerneth me: thy mercy.
O Lord, endureth forever: for-
sake not the works of thine own
hands." Psalm l38:8.
Island Mission Sunday School
work: Old Peoples' Home work:
Homeland Missionary Band.
ELIZABETH M. CLAPP
Rochester, New York
"l can do all things through
Christ which strengtheneth me."
Choir: Cht1dren's Work-Lead
ery African Missionary Band.
Stone Lake, Wisconsin
"As the heart panreth after the
water brooks, so panteth my soul
after thee, O God." Psalm 42:l.
Southwestern Bible Institute
'43: Great Lakes Bible Institute
'44g Indian Missionary Band
Iron River, Wisconsin
"I love the Lord. because he hath
heard my voice and my supplica-
tions." Psalm 116 : l.
Como Childrens Mission: Mix-
ed Chorus: Ladies' Chorus: Lit-
erary Editor-Archiveg Indian
Missionary Band: Honor Student
GLORIA M. ENWILLER
Rosholt, South Dakota
"The Lord is good. a strong hold
in the day of trouble: and he
knoweth them that trust in him."
Island Mission: African Mis-
W. DALE DEBOER
"Therefore I say unto you, what
things soever ye desire. when ye
pray, believe that ye receive them,
and ye shall have them." Mark
l 1 :24.
St. Paul Gospel Temple Radio
Broadcast: Choir: Vice-President
Alaskan Missionary Band.
VEDIE L. FIELDS
"I will instruct thee and teach
thee in the way which thou shalt
go: I will guide thee with mine
eye." Psalm 3228.
Nursery at Fremontg Mexico
and Central American Mission-
ary Bandq Honor Student,
CLASS CDF '45
WILMA E. FISCHER
"Not that we are sufficient of
ourselves to think any thing as
of ourselves: but our sufficiency
is of God." II Corinthians 3 :5.
Ladies' Chorus: Mixed Chorus:
Leader of Story Hour: S. S.
Teacher: Mexico cmd Central
American Missionary Band Treas-
urer: Honor Student.
HERMAN W. FRY
"l will bless the Lord at all times:
His praise shall continually be
in my mouth." Psalm 3411.
Choir: Band: Male Chorus:
Mixed Chorus: Trombone Quar-
tet: Chapel Leader: South Amer-
WELLS H. GAGE
ican Missionary Band President.
Page, North Dakota
"For ye see your calling, breth-
ren, how that not many utise
men after the flesh, not many
mighty, not many noble, are
called." I Corinthians 1:26.
Colored Mission: Choir: Rus-
sian Missionary Band President.
"And this is life eternal, that
they might know thee the only
true God, and Jesus Christ, whom
thou hast sent." John 17:3.
Fremont Choir and Orchestra:
Male Chorus: Central Bible Insti-
tute '36-'38: South American
Missionary Band. I
LETA EVA HINES
"Let the words of my mouth,
and the meditation of my heart,
be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord,
my strength and my redeemerf'
Island Mission: Russian Mis-
RUTH N. HUISINGA
"Call unto me, and l will answer
thee, and shew thee great and
mighty things, which thou
hnowest not." Jeremiah 3323.
Band: Choir: South American
RUTH V. HANSON
Alma Center, Wisconsin
"But they that wait upon the
Lord shall renew their strength:
they shall mount up with wings
as eagles 1 they shall run and not
be weary: and they shall walk,
and not faint." Isaiah 40:31.
Minneapolis Gospel Taber-
nacle Choir: Great Lakes Bible
Institute '43p Palestine Mission-
ary Band Secretary.
VETA L. HANNAN
"For l am persuadeds that nei-
ther death, nor life. . .shall be
able to separate us from the love
of God, which is in Christ Jesus
our Lord." Romans 8:38, 39.
Choir: Ladies' Chorus: Volun-
teers of America Mission: Busi-
ness Colleqey Alaskan Mission-
CLASS OF '45
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"He :hat dwelleth in the secret
place of the most High shall abide
under the shadow of the Al-
mighty." Psalm 91 :l.
Como Missionp Russian Mis-
Fergus Falls, Minnesota
"Casting all your care upon him:
for he careth for you." I Peter
Choir: Chi1dren's Work at
Como Assembly of God Churchy
African Missionary Band Treas-
"Now the God of hope fill you
with all joy and peace in believ-
ing, that he may abound in hope,
through the power of the Holy
Ghost." Romans 15:13.
Como Mission: Russian Mis-
SIGNE E. JOKELA
"But my God shall supply all
your need according to his riches
m glory by Christ Jesus." Phi-
Como Mission: Mexico and
Central American Missionary
"The eternal God is thy refuge.
and underneath are the everlast-
ing arms." Deuteronomy 33 127.
Island Mission: Palestine Mis-
EVELYN M. KOERNER
"For the Lord God will help
meg therefore shall I not be con-
founded: therefore have I set my
face like a flint, and I know that
I shall not be ashamed." Isaiah
S. S. Teacher at Columbia
Heights: Indian Missionary Band.
"He that spared not his own Son.
but delivered him up for us all,
how shall he not with him also
freely give us all things?" Ro-
mans 8 132,
Island Mission: Salvation Arm-
y Chilclrerfs Class: Palestine
Q53 'If':" 5: A 1923.
"That being justified by His
grace, we should be made heirs
according to the hope of eternal
life." Titus 3 :7.
Leader Holiness Mission: Ar-
chive Business Manaqer: Choir:
Band: Male Chorus: Mixed Chor-
us: African Missionary Band
CLASS OF '45
Egeland, North Dakota
"Delight thyself also in the Lord:
and he shall give thee the desires
of thine heart." Psalm 37 14.
Choir: Ladies' Chorus: Mixed
Chorus: Mexico and Central Am-
erican Missionary- Band.
CHARLES W. LAMSON
"But without faith it is impos-
sible to please him: for he that
cometh to God must believe that
his is. and that he is a rewarder
of them that diligently seek him."
Choir: Male Chorus: Mixed
Chorus: Business College: Stu-
dent Council: Chapel Pianist:
African Missionary Band.
NORMAN T. LEVANG
"For I am not ashamed of the
gospel of Christ: for it is the
power of God unto salvation to
the Jew first and also to the
Greeks." Romans 1:16.
Choir: Band: St. Paul Gospel
Temple Orchestra and Choir:
Homeland Missionary Band Vice-
ARLYN E. LUNDSTROM
"I am crucified with Christ:
nevertheless I live: yet not I, but
Christ liveth in me: and the life
which I now live in the flesh I
live by the faith of the Son of
God, who loved me, and gave
himself for me." Galatians 2:20.
Choir: Leader Island Mission:
African Missionary Band.
GUILFORD J. MANDIGO
Bismark, North Dakota
"I shall not die, but live, and de-
clare the works of the Lord."
C. B. I. '43, '44: Orchestra at
C. B. I.: Fremont Choir: Substi-
tute Pastor at New Auburn: Male
Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Chapel
Pianist: African Missionary Band,
LORRAINE M. MORGAN
Condo, North Dakota
"Let the words of my mouth and
the meditation of my heart be
acceptable in thy sight, O Lord.
my strength and my redeemerf'
Fremont Choir: Iewish Mission-
ary Worker at Fremont: Palestine
Missionary Band Vice-President
REUBEN B. MELANDER
"Prove all things: hold fast to
that which is good." I Thessa-
Male Chorus: Mixed Chorus:
Mexico and Central American
I we A I
MARIAN E. MENZIE
New Castle, Pennsylvania
"Wait on the Lord: be of good
courage, and He shall strengthen
thine heart: wait, I say, on the
Lord." Psalm 27:14.
Choir: Band: Ladies' Chorus:
Mixed Chorus: Gir1's Quartet:
Chapel Pianist: Music Depart-
ment-Archive: Homeland Mis-
sionary Band Secretary '45.
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ETHEL E. NELSON
Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
'4How shall we escape if we neg-
lect so great salvation." Hebrews
Fremont Choir: Leader Madi-
son Chapel: Alaskan Missionary
EARL D. NOBLE
"For by grace are ye .saued
through faith: and that not of
yourselves: it is the gift of God."
Leader Salvation Army Mis-
sion: Homeland Missionary Band.
S. MARGARET OKAMOTO
"But the natural man receiveth
not the things of the Spirit of
God, for they are foolishness
unto him? neither can he know
them, because they are spiritually
discerned." I Corinthians 2:14.
Choir: Chapel Mission: China
and Iapan Missionary Band Vlce-
ALICE JANE OLSON
"It is better to trust in the Lord
than to put confidence in man."
Choir: Ladies' Chorus: Ladies'
Trio: Mixed Chorus: Indian Mis-
sionary ,Band Treasurer.
JOYCE M. OLSON
"If ye shall ask any thing in my
name, I will do it." John 14:14.
Fremont Choir: Como Mission:
Mexico and Central American
St. Louis, Missouri
"Behold, I am the Lord, the God
of all flesh: is there any thing
too hard for me?" Jeremiah 32:
C. B. I. '43: Choir: Mixed Chor-
us: Male Chorus: Leader Colored
Mission: King's Ambassadors
Quartet: President of Missionary
Society '45: South American Mis-
"What time I am afraid, I will
trust in thee." Psalm 56:3.
Choir: Ladies' Chorus: Mixed
Chorus: St. Paul Gospel Temple
Radio Broadcast: Palestine Mis-
sionary Band President '45.
ERWIN E. ROHDE
"Ye are our epistle written in our
hearts, known and read of all
men." II Corinthians 3 :Z-.
Choir: Band: St. Paul Gospel
Temple Radio Broadcast: Treas-
urer of Missionary Society '45:
African Missionary Band.
CLASS CDF '45
"And being fully persuaded that,
what he had promised. he was
able also to perform." Romans
Ladies' Chorus: Mixed Chorus:
Choir: Girl's Trio: Children's
Work at Fremont: Homeland Mis-
Blue Earth, 1 Minnesota
"O the depth of the riches both
of the wisdom and knowledge of
God! How unsearchable are his
judgments. and his ways past
finding out." Romans 11:33.
Choir: Orchestra: S. S. Teacher
Fremont Tabemacle: Palestine
DAVID J. SCHREPPLE
Washington, New Jersey
"I press toward the mark for the
prize of the high calling of God
in Christ Jesus." Philippians 3:
Choir: Male Chorus: Mission
Leader: Mixed Chorus: Alaskan
Missionary Band President.
White Lake, Wisconsin
"Arise, shine: for thy light is
come, and the glory of the Lord
is risen upon thee." Isaiah 60:1.
Bloomington Full Gospel Tem-
ple: Indian Missionary Band.
"Remember now thy creator in
the days of thy youth, while the
evil days come not, nor the years
draw nigh, when thou shalt say,
I have no pleasure in them."
Ecclesiastes 12 :1.
Band: Choir: Ladies' Chorus:
Mixed Chorus: Girl's Trio: Como
Assembly Chi1dren's Church:
Mexico and Central American
Missionary Band: Honor Student.
GENEVIEVE E. STONE
St. Paul, Minnesota
"And when the chief Shepherd
shall appear, ye shall receive a
crown of glory that fadeth not
away." I Peter 514.
Choir: Chapel Mission: Indian
J AMES W. SLOAN
"Also I heard the voice of the
Lord, saying, Whom shall I
send, and who will go for us?
Then said I, Here am I: send me."
Como Mission: Palesiine Mis-
GRACE LAVERNE SMITH
"I will say of the- Lord. He is
my refuge and my fortress: my
God: in Him will I trust." Psalm
Great Lakes'Bible Insiiiute '41:
Leader Island Mission: Choir: Af-
rican Misslonary Band.
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MARTHA A. THOMAS
"I am crucified with Christ:
nevertheless l live: yer not l, but
Christ liveth in me: and the life
which l now liue in the flesh l
live by the faith of the Son of
God, who loved me, and gave
Himself for me." Galatians 2:20
Choirg Leader City of Lakes
Gospel Chapel Young People:
China and Iapan Missionary
ALLAN L. ULLESTAD
Story City, lowa
"Jesus said unto him, If thou
canst believe, all things are pos-
sible to him that believeth."
Choir: Male Chorus: Mixed
Chorus: Leader Anoka Practical
Work, Vice-President Missionary
Society '45: Missionary Depart-
ment-Archive: Mexico and Cen-
tral American Missionary Band.
CORA W. THOMPSON
"With good will doing service,
as to the Lord. and not to men."
Ladies' Chorus: Mixed Chorus:
Girls' Quartet: Choir: Archive
Secretary: Chapel Pianist: South
American Missionary Band Treas-
urer '44p Honor Student.
PHYLLIS l. THOMPSON
"For as many as are led by the
spirit of God, they are the Sons
of God." Romans 8:14.
Business College: Colored Mis'
sion: Choir: Ladies' Chorus '42g
South American Missionary Band.
JOHN M. WESTHEIM
"They that trust in the Lord
shall be as mount Zion. which
cannot be removed. but abideth
forever." Psalm l25:l
Choir: Christian Workers' Mis-
sion: Homeland Missionary Band
"For the which cause I also suf-
fer these things: nevertheless I
am not ashamed: for I know
whom I have believed, and am
persuaded that he is able to keep
that which I have committed un-
to him against that day." II
Timothy 1 :l2.
Volunteers of America Mission:
South American Missionary Band.
K Helena, Montana
"Open to me the gates of right-
eousness: I will go into them. and
I will praise the Lord." Psalm
1 l 8 :l9.
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The art of expressing human emotion
by song and on various musical instru-
ments is prevalent among all of this
world's racial and intellectual groups.
Prince and pauper, poet and peasant,
have all yielded to the mystical and
charming effects of musical sounds. Whether or not we are conscious
of it, music does indeed possess a prominent place in the human constitution.
Regardless of man's individual status, music has always enlightened
and lifted his soul to fairer worlds. When King Saul's spiritual condition
caused a spirit of conviction to descend upon him, he had the young shep-
herd lad, David, to play upon his harp, thereby restoring peace to the
monarch's troubled soul. All the cares and perplexities of life's manifold
duties are forgotten when sweet melodic strains enrapture the soul. The
natural mortal mind always has been and ever shall be inclined to music
as a means to lighten life's load.
However, only they who have definitely experienced the regenerating
power of Christ may know the true meaning and joy of music. The psalmist
David, while commenting on his own spiritual transformation, did well
express this truth as he said, "And He hath put a new song in my mouth,
even praise to our God." A mere contemplation of all that true God-given
regeneration includes, causes the believer to rejoice with joy unspeakable
and full of glory. Thereby, the soul is oft transported "on wings of song"
into the Fathers presence.
Men of the past and present have always found a solace in music. We,
too, in present day gospel endeavors may go forth "on wings of song."
REV. EMIL BALLIET
The entire Music Department of N. C.
B. I. is supervised by Rev. Emil A.
Balliet, a talented musician with superb
teaching ability. Many years of person-
al experience in various musical phas-
es enable him to efficiently conduct the
manifold musical activities of N. C. B. I.
His perpetual cheerfulness and radiant
smile combined with unusual musical
ability render him a most valuable
asset to the Music Department.
Rev. Balliet directs the Senior Male,
Ladies' and Mixed Choruses and N. C.
B. I. Choir, in addition to teaching Music
I and ll, voice and violin.
MR. MARK J. BELL
Many students have received an
evangelistic approach to the playing of
gospel hymns through the lessons of-
fered by Mr. Mark I. Bell, a well quali-
fied piano instructor. His piano students
are very successful, due to the fact that
Mr. Bell manifests a personal concern
in each pupil's progress. The uniting of
musical ingenuity with definite teach-
ing ability renders him a most capable
piano and music instructor.
Mr. Bell is director of both the Iunior
Girl's Chorus and the Minneapolis Gos-
pel Tabernacle Student Choir, in addi-
tion to teaching the Rudiments of Music.
Mrs. Gladys Balliet
Students who desire to obtain excel-
lent piano instruction from a thoroughly
qualified instructor, are privileged to do
so by studying under the supervision of
Mrs. Gladys Balliet, a former teacher in
a Music Conservatory. She teaches
both beginning and advanced classical
music and keyboard harmony.
Mrs. Ruth Erickson
Mrs. Ruth Erickson, organist and
pianist of the Minneapolis Gospel Tab-
ernacle, is now giving instruction on the
Hammond Organ which was recently
installed in the N. C. B. l. Chapel. Many
students are now availing themselves
of this marvelous opportunity.
Miss Marian Menzie
The music department is fortunate to
have the services of Marian Menzie, a
senior student, as a teacher of private
piano lessons. She has also served as
pianist for the student choir which sings
every Sunday night at the Minneapolis
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Musical instruction has been given a place of prominence
in the curriculum of North Central Bible Institute.
Members ot the Student Choir furnish choral music each
Sunday night at the Minneapolis Gospel Tabernacle and the
Fremont Gospel Tabernacle.
To provide extra curricular activities for those especially
interested in music, different ensembles have been formed.
These smaller musical units give opportunity for playing and
singing in various churches throughout the Twin Cities. This
experience will prove invaluable to the students in their
All students are required to take music for three years,
which stresses a musical background that will enable the
student to contribute his part in a religious service.
SENIUR LADIES' UHURUS
The Senior Ladies' Chorus, a group of sixteen, provides
extraciricular activity for those especially interested in ad-
vanced choral singing.
SENIUR MALE CHURUS
The Senior Male Chorus has indeed had a very active year,
having been frequently featured in many Twin City churches.
Their participation in a local Youth for Christ Singspiration,
held in the Municipal Auditorium, was among the year's
The Senior Ensemble, or musiccrl unit comprised of both
the Senior Lcxdies' ond Mole Choruses, under the direction
of Rev. Bdlliet, hcrs proven ct blessing to those participating
os well cts those privileged to hear thern.
HINGE' HNIBHSSHDURS UUHRTET
Iumes Roney Onll Krans
Charles lohnson Bernard Allen
The King's Ambassadors Quartet, composed ot tour senior
young men ot N. C. B. I., has been actively engaged in
Gospel work during the school year and summer. They
have traveled in neighboring states where they have repre-
sented the school at different churches and camp meetings.
These talented young men have dedicated their lives to
the singing and preaching ot the Gospel ot Christ. They
present a varied program ot sacred music with selections by
the male quartet, vocal duets, solos, and a trombone quartet.
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N. C. B. 1. is privileged to have a large number of students
who have dedicated their musical ability to the advancement
of the Gospel message. Their participation in various mission
programs, church services, and other gospel activities has
been a source of blessing to many.
Mary Brewer Marian Menzie Monafay Allen Cora Thompson
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Gne of the cardinal and immutable
principles governing the Christian life
may be concisely expressed in this man-
ner: "The importation of divine life neces-
sitates spiritual growth." The great
Apostle Peter well expressed this essential
truth, for he exhorted the believer to "grow in grace and in the knowledge
of our Lord and Saviour Iesus Christ."
The mighty act of regeneration is just a beginning-the birth of the new
and spiritual Christ-given life. It is not a mere formal adherence to a
doctrine or creed, but the importation of the new life by the risen Son of
God. Hence, since the source of this divine life has been thus found,
there must be the accompanying feature of growth. However, the measure
of growth is a matter of individual concern, your own spiritual growth
depending upon your personal decision. Paul correctly labeled some of
the Corinthian believers as "babes," because they had not exhibited any
marked degree of growth. Truly, Christ is Life, and they who are indwelt
by Him ought therefore to grow accordingly.
God has purposed that our progress should be without limitation, having
made available for us such privileges as: fervent intercessory prayer, the
Baptism in the Holy Spirit, spiritual gifts, and a life wherein we live and
walk in the Spirit. Using the Saviour's life as our pattern and example, we
seek to achieve this end: that we may come "unto the measure of the
stature of the fulness of Christ."
Thus, as we continue to progress in these stages of Spiritual life, we,
as Iuniors, eventually arrive at the "Warm Up" stage, wherein our en-
thusiasm and fervor are rekindled as we contemplate further adventure.
As a junior class we have spent two happy years together in North
Central Bible Institute. We have noticed in one another's lives the develop-
ment of Christian character, a result of growth in grace, and in the knowledge
of our Lord and Saviour, Iesus Christ. With Gods help the enthusiasm with
which we entered school has been directed into channels of usefulness and
The junior year, with its various activities, has afforded an opportunity
for every student to develop his talents. Through these activities we have
learned to become more efficient messengers of the cross.
As the school years draws to a close we thank God for all it has held,
in knowledge acquired, experience gained, and victories won.
With eager anticipation we look forward to our senior year. As this
school term ends, we pray that the God of Love will watch over us "while
we are absent one from another." May we come back with renewed de-
termination to study and work for Him-"who loved us and gave Himself
a ransom for us" that we .might be called the sons of God.
STUDENT COUNCIL CLASS OFFICERS
Laurel Zipf President--Gordon Marker
Abraham Solomon Vice-President--Raymond Davenport
Orabe Smith Secretary-A-Vivian Ness
Virginia Harvey Treasurer--Vesper Kensinger
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paratory training is the achievements and
accomplishments which result therefrom.
A notable Biblical example is the Apostolic
Church, which "went everywhere preach-
ing the Word, the Lord working with them,
confirming the Word with signs following." This authentic record verifies
the value of the disciples' training las imparted by the Holy Spirit.
The true criterion for any period of pre-
Hitherto, all duties and obligations were under the superintendence of
the Mastery however, now these inexperienced disciples must personally
begin to fulfill the Great Commission. Their days of apprenticeship were
but memories as they were confronted by the brazen customs of Iudaism,
the entrenched paganistic religions, and the cruel scourging whip of the
Caesars. One important objective of Christ's ministry was to develop them
until they were qualified to' assume full responsibility for a world-wide
propagation of the Gospel, as directed and empowered by the Holy Spirit.
The small, but rapidly increasing Apostolic Church proved that our Saviour
All gospel endeavors of this present age are inevitably based upon this
same potent principle-developing consecrated youth to proclaim the Gospel
around the globe. Then, whenever the missionary challenge presents itself,
they are qualified and available for service anywhere. The amount of
success obtained in missionary endeavors is directly proportionate to the
number of labourers employed therein. Despite the fact that some form
of activity in world missions has always been existent since the first century,
there is at present a need more urgent than that of any other period.
A recurrence of the Apostolic triumphs necessitates a repetition of the
apostolic procedure. Let us, therefo're, as graduates of N. C. B. I., render
worthy credit to this preparatory institute and glorify God by being "In Flight"
with the gospel message.
PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT
Icmes Roney Allan Ullesmd
Miss Esiella Burkhart
Christ's command has come to each individual believer
to go to the uttermost parts of the earth with the Gospel
The Missionary Department is under the capable leader-
ship of Estella Burkhart, Faculty Advisor.
The Missionary Prayer Bands, which meet each week,
not only enable the students to become better acquainted
with the needs of the various countries, but they also provide
opportunity to remember these mission fields before the throne
of God in prayer. The members of the nine missionary
bands have pledged approximately three thousand dollars
for World Missions.
Through these bands several of our students have heard
and answered the call of God, and are now preparing them-
selves tor home and foreign missionary service.
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stages, we are oft aware of certain dis-
tinct and well defined phases or epochs
of development and progression. In fact,
all 'substantial progress toward any goal
r Amid life's transitory and perplexing
consists of such periods. Iesus Christ
Himself recognized this logical procedure, for as He referred to the advance-
ment of the Kingdom of God He said, "First the blade, then the ear, and
after that the full corn in the ear."
Mankind, by reason of its innate fallen and depraved nature, is not in
alignment or agreement with the revealed divine purpose. The human
heart is ever at variance with the Almighty-a state of animosity reigning
in the human soul. However, when the good news of salvation has wrought
its redeeming work, all enmity and strife are replaced'by "the love of God
which is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Spirit," and thus we are
born into the family of God.
Despite the fact that such a glorious transformation has been effected, we
are often ignorant of the spiritual verities which produced this change. An
increase of our spiritual knowledge will cause simultaneo'usly an apprecia-
tion of eternal values and a deepening of our consecration. A knowledge
of the Father's will is essential to growth, but that will is revealed in the
W'ord. lf the scriptural command-"Study to show thyself approved unto
God-" is obeyed, we shall constantly be in the process of development
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N. 'C. B. l. through its impartation of spiritual knowledge assists us to
this- goal. Hence, we, as Freshmen, come for the "Tune Up" stage of
development, wherein we align ourselves with the Word.
lmpelled by the words of Christ, "Follow me and l will make you to become
fishers of men," we broke home ties to follow His call. For the past year
we have been studying "to show ourselves approved unto God," that we
might become effective soul winners for Him.
At first, everything seemed new and strange as many of us were new
to the city and strangers to each other, but with the hearty and sincere
welcome of the faculty and our fellow-students, we soon found a blessed
relationship in Christ.
As the days passed we found a peace that comes only when we are in
the center of Gods will. As one big, happy family we lived and worked,
prayed and studied together. Ties of friendship have been formed and
together we have learned to know the peace and ioy there is in living
wholeheartedly for Christ.
Many of our number have received the call of God for home and foreign
service. Much ground lies ahead for us to possess.
As we look forward to the untrodden path before us we have confidence
in the One "who knoweth the way we take." By His grace we will go
forward, pressing "toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God
in Christ Iesusf'
STUDENT COUNCIL CLASS OFFICERS
Faith Bruzelius President--Walter Hatchner
Elma Nunley Vice-President Thomas Cross
Claude Bratvold Secretaryelvlargaret Anderson
Virgil Rasmussen tlst Sem.l Treasurer- 'Robert Rudell
George Shepeluk t2nd Sem.l
EDNA MAE BALDWIN
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FLOYD ASHPOLE LORRAINE BAILEY
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Every privilege which we may enjoy
involves a necessary and equivalent res-
ponsibility. This basic universal principle
may be thus stated: privilege and res-
. ponsibility are inseparable. Only as we
consider the amount of our spiritual priv-
ileges are we cognizant of our tremendous responsibilities. I
The Saviour was definitely aware of the spiritual application of this
cardinal truth: for, prior to His sending forth of the Twelve, He told them,
. .freely ye have received, freely give." We may attribute much of the
apostolic church's success to this one factor: they not only realized their
privileges, but 'also were faithful in the fulfillment of their obligations. True
discipleship is definitely evidenced when we joyously receive the Word
and then zealously proclaim the divine truths. Gur Saviour's proclamation
renders this imperative!
North Central Bible lnstitute's curriculum allows ample time for the dis-
charging of this important duty. The Student Practical Work Department
provides sufficient opportunity for all to receive the type of experience
desired. Sunday School teaching, tract distribution, week end services,
musical units, and mission programs are exempletive of the various phases
of endeavors. Divine blessing has often been manifested, for through the
direct efforts of the student body many souls have been regenerated and
edified. Every student is privileged to equip and qualify himself for any
phase of future service.
This world's unsaved multitudes challenge us today. We are personally
acquainted with the Christ whom they so desperately need. Therefore,
let us immediately realize our privilege and responsibility and then help to
evangelize the entire world. H
nav. KATTER p t
Much of the success ot the Practical Work
Department is due to the Wise administration
of Rev. Wilson A. Katter. His varied and out-
standinq experiences in personal work and
his weekly messages on personal evangelism
are an incentive to the student body.
Every evening many students are
engaged in various mission services
throughout the Twin Cities. The entire
student body is organized into Practical
Work groups, which are generally
supervised by senior students. The
primary motive ot these efforts is that
of presenting our Christ to the world.
Each student is privileged to receive
valuable experience through public
platform appearance. All these endeav-
ors are amply repaid by witnessing the
transforming power of Christ working
in many lives.
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA MISSION
ST. PAUL RADIO GROUP
Among other gospel activities, many
students have served as Sunday
School teachers in various Twin City
churches and missions during the
school year. Certainly their lives and
teaching ministry are the means of in-
fluencing many young people to ex-
perience personal salvation. This teach-
ing experience is of utmost importance
to iuture ministers and gospel workers.
During the summer vacations many
students conduct or assist pastors
in conducting Daily Vacation Bible
Schools in churches and missions.
Pastors are anxious to have the efficient
cooperation ot our students who have
received special instruction relative to
the management and promotion of a
vacation Bible School. These great
evangelistic opportunities have unlimf
ited possibilities of preserving our
X -f ligit
ln cooperating with the qovernment's request for an accei
erated educational program, N. C. B. I. offered summer school
for its men students. By attending summer school the men
are able to complete their theoloqical training in two and
one halt years.
The library of North Central is one of the
qrowinq departments of our school. Besides
the volumes that the present senior class pre-
sented to the library, the school has purchased
several hundred dollars Worth of books.
The "Scroll", a bi-monthly publication of the Iunior Class,
presents the activities and news of the student body. The
"Scroll" had its origin in 1943 and since that time has been
one of the successful student enterprises of North Central
Bible Institute. This student activity gives opportunity for
students interested in literary, secretarial, and art publication
work. Co-Editors: Dorothy Richards and Ray Davenport
CONF ECTION ERY
Steam Table Crew
One Section of School Dining Room
Student Reception Room
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Alumni Reception Room
Student Reception Room
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N. C. B. I.
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Elevator Service W! Goinq Up!
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Foyer of N. C. B. I
Student Post Office
Ice Skating at Pawderhorn Park
Ice Skating Champions
Chaplain tCaptainl Farrell Evans
Chaplain tlst. Li.l I-'rank R. Griepp
Chaplain tlst LLP Marvin C. Nelson
ti --- While America is engaging in the present
world conflict, North Central Bible Institue is
very proud of the members of its alumni who
have "gone forth to battle."
Besides the many graduates who are now
wearing the uniforms of the United States Army,
Navy, or Marine Corps, N.C.B.I. has four alumni
who are helping to meet the spiritual and moral
demands of the armed forces. In addition to
these four chaplains, We have several young
men who are serving as chaplains' assistants
on the far flung battle fields of the world.
Chaplain tlst Lt.l Melvin L. Ienninqs
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Rev cmd Mrs W Kcztter cmd Sons
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Rev. and Mrs. Peterson
Rev cmd Mrs D Edson
Rev. and Mrs. Olson
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Mrs. Annu Magnuson
Rev. cmd Mrs. Bclliet ond Iudy
Rev. cmd Mrs. F. I. Lindquist
Rev. cmd Mrs. I. O. Miller Mr. M. I. Bell
E Waldorf Paper Co. Employees
North Central Bible lnstitute offers to the members of its student body
the possibility of part-time employment. Students receive valuable practical
experience in a variety ot occupations as Well as alieviations of financial
lffositions available are carefully reviewed from time to time by the ern-
ployment manaqer and the individual student is placed in the particular
position that is most suited to his training and ability. Employment is ob-
tainable in almost every field such as defense and factory work, hospital
orderlies, stenoqraphers, bus boys, cooks, janitors, clerks, cashiers, manual
laborers, waitresses, and maids.
Many young lady students Whether experienced or inexperienced are
able to work part time for room'and board and compensation in line modern
and conveniently located homes.
School Cafeteria Employees
The Alumni Association of North -Central Bible institute has
promoted fellowship among its members by the "North Centralianf'
its monthly publication, sectional alumni gatherings, and the annual
Each morning during alumni week the association met together
for morning worship and an open forum. Rev. Krogstad of Washing-
ton State was the special.speaker for the evening services. The
culminating event of the week was the alumni banquet, where Rev.
I. D. Menzie was the speaker, when the graduating class, "King's
Ambassadors," was formally admitted into the Alumni Association.
ALICE PREY IRENE HANSON DONALD EDSON HAROLD TANGMO
Secretary Assistant Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer
IUNIOR-SENIOR BAN QUET
CLASS OF '45
We wish to thank our many
friends for their sincere
Senior Class of '45
"Hold the Standard High"
CLASS OF '46
"If God be for us, who can be
CLASS OF '47
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March Forward to Victory!
The SCROLL Staff
We count it C1 privilege to have served you While attending N.C.B.I
PASTOR AND MRS. F. I. LINDQUIST
1141 Quful '7
G0 PEL TABER ABLE
3015 Thirteenth Avenue South
Our facilities for SGIVICG and worship are available to students While attending
"A CHURCH HOME FOR YOU WHILE AWAY FROM HOME!"
1 X P P
S L CONGRATULATIONS
and God-Speed -
ST. PAUL GOSPEL TEMPLE
Holly Avenue at Mockubin Street St. Paul, Minnesota
"Cro ye into all the world
and Preach the Gospel to
Mn. I. 0. Miller Rev. I. O. Miller. Pu!!
THIRTEENTH SENIOR CLASS
REV. 6 MRS.
RUSSELL H. OLSON
Fremont at 25th Avenue Norih
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The King's Ambassadors
NORTH CENTRAL BIBLE INSTITUTE
UHERALDS OF I-IIS COMING"
Motto: "Marantha" COur Lord Cometh?
Class of 1945
CENTRAL BIBLE INSTITUTE
Dwight Dale L L , L L President
Grover Risner, L ,,Vz'ce-President
Alma Thomas L L , L L ,L Treasurer
Nina Pequettea ,,,,, L Secretary
Faculty Advisor .... .... S is. Estella Burkhart
President ............ -- ........... Iim Roney
Vice President ..... ........ A Ilan Ullestad
Secretary ...... ..... M onafay Allen
Treasurer ........ Erwin Rohde
ALASKA S. AMERICA
CHINA-IAPAN TO PALESTINE
HOMELAND "THE K1NG's AMBAssAnons" RUSSIA
MEXICO and CENTRAL AMERICA
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SECTIONAL C.A. CHAIRMEN
Rev. Robert Abbott, Emily, Minn.
Rev. Wayne Barker, Marietta, Minn.
Rev, Kenneth Freiheit, Pipestone, Minn.
Rev. Melvin lennings, Sleepy Eye, Minn.
Rev. Melvin Iorgenson, Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Rev. Iames Kofahl, Red Wing, Minn.
Rev. George Rasmussen, Crookston, Minn.
Rev. Neile Sheneman, Monticello, Minn.
Rev. Harold Tangmo, St. Paul, Minn.
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Class of '45
C H R I S T' S
A M B A S S A D C R S
ARVID KINGSRITER. President
CLASS OF '45
I +V' THE WILLMAR GOSPEL
REV. 6 MRS. O. E. CARTER
Say not ye, There are yet tour months,
and then cometh harvest? behold, I say
unto you, Lift up your eyes, and look
on the fields, for they are white already
to harvest. And he that reapeth receiv-
eth wages, and qathereth fruit unto life
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A S I 'N CONGRATULATIONS
Graduating Class of
"The Whole Gospel
for the Whole World"
REV. AND MRS. R. D. E. SMITH
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '45
CHURCHES OF THE SOUTHEAST SECTION OF MINNESOTA
Assemblies of God Church, Red Wing
Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Kofahl
Gospel Tabernacle, Pine Island
Rev. and Mrs. D. K. Wiley
Gospel Tabernacle, Rochester
Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Miller
Assemblies of God Church, Spring Val.
Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Dean
Assemblies of God Church, Winona
Rev. and Mrs. M. G. Freiheit
Gospel Tabernacle, Dodge Center
Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Klinsky
Gospel Tabernacle, Owatonna
Rev. and Mrs. S. E. Carlsen
The Peoples Church, Albert Lea
Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Rosen
Gospel Tabernacle, Austin
Rev. and Mrs. I. M. Hendrickson
Gospel Tabernacle, Faribault
Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Fuller
Gospel Tabernacle, Ellendale
Rev. and Mrs. Carl Cornelius
Gospel Tabernacle, Northfield
Rev. and Mrs. O. Kvistad
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1945
ASSEMBLY OF GOD TABERNACLE
1518 Miller Street
LLOYD CHRISTIANSEN, Pcrstor
LLOYD CHRISTIANSEN. Pastor
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CITY OF LAKES CHAPEL 5 1 NORTHWEST SECTION
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4121 Ewmq Ave- SO- 11 :T CROOKSTON GOSPEL TABERNACLE
. . . f 1 ERSKINE GOSPEL CENTER
Mmneapohs' Mmm' : I HALLOCK GOSPEL CENTER
4' 0 MENTOR GOSPEL TABERNACLE
MARNCMEN EENTECCSTAL M1SS1oN
TO THE CLASS OF '451 if ,Q TRIEE RIVER FALLS GOSPEL TAEERNACLE
A ,, , 1 WALKER GOSPEL TARERNACLE
INQIUI51' th? Lord make You G11 Flshefs if it SUGAR BUSH-KITCI-11 GOSPEL ASSEMBLY
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wn.soN KATTER, PAs'ron i 1, CONGRATULATIONS
1' ip to the
'I i CLASS OF 45
I: I: "Come over . . . cmd help us." Acts. 16:9
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FULL GOSPEL TEMPLE
2300 Bloomington Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.
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You ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT Class of '45
BETHEL TEMPLE Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Haqemeister
Snelling Ave. and Iune St.
ST. PAUL, MINN.
Sunday School ,E.,,.,. 9:45
Morning Service ,,..,l.. ll:00
Evangelistic Service .,,c 8:00
Thursday .,,,.c,.c,, 8:00 P.M.
Rev. C. A. Engquist, Pastor
DELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD
BINGHAM LAKE, MINN.
When in Rochester We
Welcome You to
BETHEL FULL GOSPEL
N. Gooman at Ripley
Sunday 9:45, 10:45, 7:30
Tuesday and Thursday at 7:45
Pastor: REV. CHARLES R. SHUSS
"WE'RE GLAD TO SING YOUR PRAISE,
BUT REMEMBER COMMENCEMENT IS
NOT THE SUNSET, IT'S THE DAWN!"
Little Falls Gospel Tabernacle
Arvid Kinqsriter, Pastor
Congregation . . . Church Board
Sunday School . Christs Ambassadors
to the Class of '45
St. Paul Evangelistic Tabernacle
536 University Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
A. V. GUSTAFSON, Pastor
Phone Elkhurst 1818
F R I E N D
NORTH DAKOTA DISTRICT
GOD BLESS YOU!
"Lift up your eyes, and look on the
fieldsp for they are white already
to harvest."-Iohn 4:35.
CLASS or '45
WEST CENTRAL DISTRICT
ROY E. SCOTT, Supt.
I. LON HALE, Asst. Supt.
CHAS. E. LONG, Sec.-Treas.
Esther Mae Cooper. Evangelist
169 Lowell Ave.
SIERRA MADRE, CALIF.
"The eternal God is thy refuge and
underneath are the everlasting arms."
Wisconsin and Northern
Michigan District Council
E. A. BECK, Supt.
D. M. CARLSON, Secy.
yy . Congratulations!
i I "Go into the highways
and hedges and compel
1 them to come in that my
house may be filled."
gp sryy Lk. 14:23
K ,.l.l Evangelist
I T E D N E S S
E Etr .VEF 3112 Longfellow Ave. S.
Minneapolis 7, Minn.
and Best Wishes tor a Fruitful Ministry
to the Class of 1945
W. L. LEEK, Pastor
Hopkins Gospel Tabernacle
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1945!
We extend an invitation to those who
feel led to work for the Master in the
whitened harvest fields of South Dakota.
SOUTH DAKOTA DISTRICT COUNCIL
P. T. Emmett, Superintendent
W. E. Cummings, State C.A. President
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CAMP MEETING 1 ' ' I
AUGUST 17-25 I coNGRATULAT1oNs ,I
Montainair. New Mex.. H'way 60 I 1945hSENIORS-1945 I
In the Heart of the San Dia Mountains.
A Wonderful Place to spend your vaca- I Kenneth E. QISOHI State C.A. pres. '1
tion. Prepare now to attend. Altitude 1, I I 1:
over 6,000 feet. Bring your heavy cloth- I MIFICITH 1O1'1f1SOT1 Reuben Will
ing with you. Hotel's and Tourist Camps I Iflck Andrews ECIWGYCI Kidroske I
and rooms available. Plenty of space 1' R0b91IBfC1T1C1I ROY Fischer 1:
for camping. I I
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W, I BEST WISHES TO THE
C t 1 t' '1 CLASS OF '45 1
Umm u U ms I CHRIST s AMBAssADoRs 1,
5 I 'fil ' of the 1'
SENIORS TQ 1 Southern Missouri District 1
-I 1, Now Then We Are
'MTM I HAMBASSADORS FOR CHRIST" I
. D 'TSW' f'fi I' Loren Wooten, Pres., Springfield, Mo. I
Evdngellsf lm 1 Iames Cockrnan, V. Pres., St. Louis, Mo.
I Lee Roy Rogers, Sec.-Treas., Eldon, Mo, 'I
REV- ARTHUR OTTESON Leonard Campbell, Asst, Secy.-Treas., 1
910 Elliot Avenue South Minneapolis Poplar Bluffs, Mo. 1'
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"Let no man despise thy youth but be 'I mf y y ,T jf
thou an example of the believers, in II 1 ,A 'I
Word, in conversation, in charity, in 1
spirit, in faith, in purity." I Tim. 4:12. , QQ I
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CHRIST S AMBASSADORS I "i""' I f ,'
WEST CENTRAL DISTRICT ' St. Peter Gospel Tabernacle 1,
Clowa and North M1ssour11 ,I ERCELL BURROUGHS 1,
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EVANGELIST II CONGRATULATIONS! I
ANNA B' LOCK 'I Evangelist I. LEE and ',
Galva, 111. " Myrtle Gorman ,
' HPREACHING CHRIST" 1
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41 So. 8th Str BR. 3483
Best Wishes to
All Students and Faculty
PAPER PRODUCTS CO.
"Whose business is the study and exec-
cution of good packaging."
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
PAINT and WALLPAPER
'Wholesale and Retail
ll9-123 So. lOth St. Geneva 6323
MINNEAPOLIS 2, MINNESOTA
CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE
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2645 University Ave.-St. Paul
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