Northwest Bible College - Fountain Yearbook (Edmonton, Alberta Canada)
- Class of 1965
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THE FOUNTAIN STAFF
NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE
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-that the redemptive
-in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost,
the BIBLE to be the inspired and only infallible and authoritative
WORD OF GOD.
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--that there is one God eterna y exis a
Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
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His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the
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glory to rule over the nations.
l future return to this earth in power and
that regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential for personal
work of Christ on the cross provides healing
of the human body in answer to believing prayer.
that the baptism of the Holy Spirit, according to Acts 214, is given
to believers who ask for it.
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We sincerely dedicate this Yearbook to Mr. E. R. Shedden, our esteemed director
of both Collegaires and Student Body Choir. The value of his musical contributions
cannot be measured. He has worked tirelessly, giving of his time and talent to develop
musical appreciation in our College. God bless his dedication and patience in teaching
us to "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord".
REV. KEN. BOMBAY, B. TH.
Songleacling: Pentecostal History: Typology: Ethics: Pauline
Epistles: I and Il Corinthians: Philippians: General Epistles:
Johonnine Epistles: Christian Evidences: Music: Wisdom
A graduate of our own Northwest Bible College, Rev.
Kenneth Bombay comes to us with o vast experience in
evangelistic and pastoral work, plus a recently acquired
degree in Theology. We are thankful for his anointed
ministry, gifted counseling ability, and Spirit-directed
teach i ng.
Sister Hazel Opheim has left the halls of Northwest
Bible College but she has not left our hearts. Ever remem-
bered will be her vibrant inspiring lectures and her ministry
in music. We know the Lord will continue to use her in
His great vineyard, and pray God's richest blessing upon
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REV, T. JOHNSTONE
Pentecostal AssembUes of Canada.
REV. C. H. STILLER
Bible College Department.
REV. S. R. TILTON
Alberta District Superintendent.
T0 THE CONQUEROR'S CLASS
The theme of your Year Book is PRAYER.
Prayer is a sacred duty of every Christian and a precious privilege. It is essential to
spiritual life and to growth in grace. Prayer is so much a duty that religion cannot possibly
exist in those by whom it is disregarded, As well might the body live without the soul as
anyone live spiritually without prayer.
The sun cannot shine and give no light. A fountain cannot spring up and send forth
no stream. Nor can religion exist in the heart and not produce habitual prayer. Prayer thus
encumbent as a duty is also an invaluable privilege.
Freedom of access to earthly monarchs is a privilege highly prized by worldly men.
How much more valuable is freedom of access to the infinite God and Father of our Lord
Jesus Christ, Were He pleased to appoint but that once in life and only once each of His
servants should enjoy permission to approach the Mercy Seat and unfold all his wants and
were the single opportunity for communion with God to be appointed by a voice from
heaven, how highly would the sacred interview be prized and how greatly desired! With
what rapture would the direction be heard!-"Now is your time for access to God"-
"Now, go and tell Him all your wants and open all your heart".
We marvel at the scientific advance over the last decade in communications,
shrinking the world into a sphere, so small we can by sight and sound be immediately made
aware of happenings in any part of the globe. But, is this anything to compare with prayer
by which we reach through God?
By faith we give to prayer the faculty of linking ourselves to Omnipotence and
bringing Omnipotence to human aid, no matter what the crises or the need. ls it possible
that man has become so self-sufficient that he believes he can solve all his problems and
save himself? It is true that he has found many answers in his search for knowledge. He
can do and create many wonderful things.With all this, however, he stands helpless in the
face of sin and death.
As graduates you have been taught the best methods of witnessing and the preparation
of your messages. This is most important. But for more important is your faith in God and
your prayer life. The history of the church is replete from the Acts of the Apostles to this
modern era, of men who through prayer prevailed on God to bare His arm and bring
salvation, healing and deliverance. Your ministry does not end with preparation of sermons
and delivering them, being born and delivered with much prayer, the reaping of the harvest
can only come as a result of intercession before God.
We challenge you to make prayer the very heart and core of your ministry. You
will be called on to pray for the ill, the troubled and bereaved, and your ministry will only
be complete and God-honoring as you learn to intercede on their behalf. Keep your
communication with God clear and direct, and you will have little difficulty communicating
God's love, will and message to the people.
Blessed be God that the privilege of prayer is not thus limited to a single opportunity
but may be enjoyed every day and every hour and at any minute. How invaluable is such
freedom of access to the God of love and glory!
Therefore make PRAYER the outstanding characteristic of your life.
"CONQUERORS", "Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through
Him that loved us." Romans 8:37.
You have reached another Milestone in your Christian walk. CONQUERED three
years of Bible School Training, preparing to go forth and witness for the Lord Jesus Christ.
Paul writes in Philippians 4:l3, "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me."
Never in the history of the world has there been more unrest, never before has
there been such a need to preach Jesus Christ the Saviour of lost mankind, and you are
a part of this great army of believers. In ourselves we are weak, our strength comes from
God. "And He spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray,
and not to faint," Luke l8:l. You prayed, go forth in Him to conquer. He has never
lost a battle, Hallelujah. Remembering He has confidence in you.
ln closing l would like to take this opportunity to thank all members of the faculty
who have so faithfully laboured among you these past three years. Many thanks to Pastors,
Board Members, and Congregation of Central Pentecostal Tabernacle, Edmonton, Alberta,
for the fine new facilities they have provided to house "Northwest Bible CoIlege". Thank
you one and all.
GOVERNMENT OF NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE
BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rev. J. C. Cooke, Chairman Rev. S. R. Tilton, Charman
R. W. Taitinger J. C. Cooke W. Melnychuk R. W, Taitinger
N. E. Thompson E. W. Peterson G, F. Rattai N. E. Thompson
A. Gaetz R. J. White C. Yates A. Gaetz
T. R. Collings W. L. Fraser A. A. Lewis J. Taylor
H. Good E. R. Shedden T. R. Collings
REV. J. C. COOKE
"THE POWER OF PRAYER"
More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of "and when you pray"
go into your closet and shut the door and your father which seeth in secret shall reward
you openly." "The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much." "Pray
without ceasing." These and many more scriptures plainly show the place of prayer in
the scheme of things with regards to the spiritual.
lt is impossible to remain spiritually sensitive without the excercise of prayer. One
may have a profound knowledge, years of Christian walk and know-how but without a
love of prayer the life may be barren and unfruitful, indeed this is exactly the position
many find themselves in, a life time of serving God but a dried-up experience. lt is a
love of prayer that mellows and sweetens Christian living, that takes the hurt out of
the everyday contact with that which is unlovely and unkind.
Prayer is the stockade, the shelter, the canopy, and the place of safety. Every-
one needs to know this, everyone ought to experience prayer's warm embrace when the
storm beats down upon them with relentless fury.
But prayer is more than a negative exercise-it is also a kind of a weapon, a
spiritual weapon of offence, by which the man of God may be able to advance against
the foe, come to grips with him, and overcome him. lf military armies march on their
stomachs, then it is equally so that the armies of God will march on their knees.
Authority, Anthropology, Christology l ll Sot
eriology l, Ill, Gospels, Ecclesiology, Romans
Systematic Theology, Eschatology fDaniel Re
Every great movement can be traced to one kneelmg
REV. R. J. WHITE p
Missionsg Homiletics l, ll, lllg Public Speaking l, ll, lllg
Pastoral Theology Il, Ill, Divine Healingg Cults.
Prayer is a strong wall and fortress of the churchg it is a goodly
REV. J. W. MORSCH, B.TH.
Old Testament Surveyg Pentateuchg Ephesiansg Bible
History and Geographyg Church Historyg Hebrewsg Pro-
T 0 pray well is the better half of study.
REV. R. W. TAITINGER
Pneumatologyg Bible lntroductiong Philippians llg Jobg
Song of Solomon.
A single grateful thought towards heaven is the most complete
MR. E. R. SHEDDEN, B.A., L.L.B.
Collegairesg Choral, Voice Culture.
Prayer travels more strongly when it is said in
Mas. A. Ei.iAsoN
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The prayer of the upright is His delight.
REV. E. I. OPHEIM
Personal Work I, llg Comparative Religionsg
I and ll Corinthians.
And Satan trembles when he sees,
The weakest saint upon his knees.
MR. D. J. cooks, B.A., L.L.B.
The effectual fervent prayer of a. righteous man
REV. M. W. DEMPSTER
Acts iLife of Paullg Pedagogyg Child Psycho-
Iogyg Sunday School Administration.
Prayer moves the Hand which moves the world.
MISS LILA DICKINSON
More things are wrought by prayer than this world
T eachefs Ticklers
New Home of .BC
"Wilt thou not revzve us again: that thy people may rejoice
Psalm 85 :6.
Congratulations to the onquerors
'cNay, in all these things we are more than Conquerors through him that loved us.',
THIRD YEAR CLASS
Truly we have been privileged for the past three years to have
studied the Word of God. As these years have passed and we look
into the future of the vocation wherewith we have been called, there
are many mixed emotions.
Although the time has come for us to part as a class and to
take our individual stand in serving God, nevertheless we are con-
scious of the fact that friendships have been made that will last a
For all of us it means service for our Master whether a pastoral,
Circular, evangelistic, or in a practical way, we have been given the
promise "If God be for us, who can be against us. "Therefore we
are more than CONQUERORS through him that loved us."
Third Year President.
DAVID LAGORE .
JOSH. 1:9-'cHave not I commanded thee? be strong and of
a good courage: be not afraid, neither be thou
dismayed: for the Lord thy Cod is with thee
whithersoeuer thou goeslf'
Definitely plans to continue pastoral work in which he
he has been engaged the past year.
Active as Student Council Vice-President and also class
president for the CONQUERORS for two years.
Vital and fervent witness.
Invited Christ into his heart in 1956 and was baptized
in the Holy Ghost shortly after.
David was born in Red Deer, Alberta, and was raised in
PSA. 84:11-"For the Lord is a sun and shield: The Lord
will give grace and glory: no good thing will he
withhold from them that walk uprightlyfi
A true soldier of Jesus Christ, preparing himself to fight
the "Good fight of faith."
Received both his salvation and baptism in the Holy
Spirit in l95O. He was born in Cherhill but moved
Never seen without a word of encouragement and a smile.
On the Student Council served as President this ast ear
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Life exhibits true Christian graces and manifests the
fruit of the Spirit.
Desires to discover God's perfect will.
"Delight thyself also in. the Lord g and He shall give thee the
desires of thine heart. Commit thy way unto the Lord 5 trust
also in Himg and He shall bring it to passf, Psalm 37:41 81 5
Desirous of serving the Lord to the best of his ability.
Always ready with a smile, a song, or a sermon.
Very much alive, he was born in Lac la Biche, Alta!
In l954, saved, ln l959, baptised.
Dynamic and exuberant . . . He'll be a success.
PSA. 36:7-"How excellent is thy loving kindness, O God!
Therefore the children of men put their trust under
the shadow of thy wings."
Vital, glowing witness for her Lord.
In Edmonton she was born and raised.
Received baptism in l956.
.Gifted pianist. W
ilrish. by nationality.
Intel,l,ectu.q,lly at the top.
marriage to Jess Lynn, plans to enter full-time
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Calations 2:20 "1 am crusified with Christ nevertheless I live,
yer not I but Christ liveth in me."
Willing and consecrated.
In the Student Council and Bulletin, he was active.
Lived in Regina, Sask. most of his life.
Lover of books, Bill is often found haunting the library.
Interested in the ministry.
Always ready to lend a helping hand.
Married last June to Marlene Shaw.
PROVERBS 1:23-"Turn you at my reproofz behold I will
pour out my Spirit unto you, I will make
known my words unto youf,
Received both salvation and the baptism in the Holy
Ghost at Sunnyside. Pentecostal Camp in Sylvan
Unstintingly gives of her time and talent to be used of
the Lord and is interested in children's work.
Travelling with the Collegaires this past year has proved
Hometown, Pouce Coupe, B.C.
II Timothy 1 :7-"F or Goa' hath not given us the spirit of fearg
but of power, and of love, and of a sound
Plans to give his life in service to God among the French
people of Canada and especially in Northern Alta.
Aligl-it with the love of God, he came to Bible College
one week after he was saved in Wainwright, Alta.
Usually found in the middle of a theological discussion,
Paul has a cheery smile to accommodate his in-
Leaning on the Lord for direction in future endeavors.
"Whom shall I send, and who will go for us. ,
here am Ig send me.', Isaiah 6:8
9 Then said I
Havfendort Germany . . . Birth place.
Evangelistic work, Teens, Pastoral, Missions . . . All in
Loves to sing with the lnternational Quartet.
Married to Edel Roehrig, June '64.
Utterly resigned to the will of God.
Trumpeter and Saxophonist for the King.
PSA. 16:11-"Thou wilt show me the path of life: in thy
presence is fulness of joyg at thy right hand there
are pleasures for evermoref'
Edel was born in Germany but more recently came from
Desires full-time ministry as the Lord leads.
ried to Helmut Eisert while at N.B.C
Engaged and mar
Loves travelling with the Internationals Quartet.
J ESS LYN N
"W hen the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the
' h' .', Isaiah 59:19b
Lord shall lift up a standard against im
Journeyed to N.B.C, from Kenya, East Africa.
E Eager to serve God in whatever capacity he can, singing
Soon to be married to Virginia Thompson, and then
A enters pastoral work.
p Son of a missionary, Jess is a sterling example ofa faith-
ful Christian steward.
"I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth mef'
Greets everyone with a radiant smile.
Entered the waters of baptism in 1959.
Received the Holy Spirit in February, 1959.
Treasurer ot Student Council tor two years.
Raised in Vernon, B.C.
Understanding and thoughtful, she is outstanding in
Eager to serve the King of Kings.
IOSHUA 1:9-'cHaUe I not commanded thee: Be strong and
of a good courage, be not afraid, neither be
thou dismayed: for the Lord thy Cod is with
thee whithersoever thou goestf'
New life in Christ began in 1956 both spiritually and ci
physical healing ensued.
Evident in his lite is a burning passion for souls.
Looking forward with great anticipation to entering the
Sang with the Collegaires and the Internationals Quartet.
One of the products of missionary endeavor in San
Fernando, Trinidad, West lndies.
Never downhearted, he is a real Conqueror in Christ.
Philippians 4 :13
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"But let him that glorieth glory in this, that be understandeth
and knoweth me, that I am the Lord which exercise loving kind-
ness, judgment, and righteousness, in the earth: for in these
things I delight, saith the Lord." Ieremiah 9:24.
Soloist with Collegaires for three years.
Happy, bubbling personality.
Actively engaged in various student activities.
Raised in Salmon Arm, BC., Received her baptism in
the Spirit in 1956.
Only the will of the Lord will do.
Now embarking on a new avenue of service.
LA VYNE OSBAK, Correspondence Student
Romans 8:28-"And we know that all things work together or
good to them that love God, to them who are
f the called according to his purpose."
We would like to congratulate LaVyne for her per-
sistant and unwavering
trials. God be with her. .
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his resurrection, ami the fellowship of his
sufferings, being marle conformable unto his
Germany is his original homeland. He was born at
Enjoyed his salvation experience in l956 while still in
Relies on the Lord to be his sufficiency.
Reaping a harvest of souls on the mission field is his
Yielded and dedicated.
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE STUDENTS
DORIS ERICKSON-EDMONTON, ALBERTA
MILDRED SAPRIKIN-EDMONTON, ALBERTA
NICK SAPRIKIN-EDMONTON, ALBERTA
JIM WILLFORD-EDMONTON, ALBERTA
BYRON WATERHOUSE-EDMONTON, ALBERTA
purpose in the face of many
Presenting the Defenders
But the Other of love, knowing thai I am set for the defence of the Gospel."
We the "Defenders" of this second year class, are set for the
defence of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. During this year as we
have further studied God's precious and inspired Word, we are more
than ever persuaded of its absolute truth and complete faithfulness.
We have definitely determined in our hearts, to stand firm, and "earn-
estly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.'
Second Year President.
RUBIN EDISON BOBB
San Fernando, Trinidad
I Timothy 1:12
Psalm 56 23,4-
Red Deer, Alberta
Philippians 4- : 13
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Barbados, West Indies
"But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: ana' ye shall
be witnesses unto me both in ferusalem, and in all fuflaea, and in Samaria, and unto
the utterrrtost part of the earthf'
As the Lord commanded His chosen disciples to spread the Gospel
to all the world, so He commands us today to be His faithful followers
and "Witnesses". It is our prayer and desire that we may not fail to
fulfill this great commission of our Lord.
lst Year President.
KAREN BERG DALE ROBINSON
Enilda, Alberta Moose Jaw, Sask.
Barbados, West Indies
RUTH SHRAM ROBERT EKSTROM
Thorsby, Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
Trinidad, West Indies
Red Deer, Alberta
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ERIEDA REGEHR DONALD IRVINE
Edl'l'l0l'5f0ll, Alberta Neepawa, Manitoba
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"I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, pray
ers, uztercesszons, and the giving of thanks, be made for
all menf, I Timothy 2:1
Seated left to right: Paul Girouard, Third Year Representative, Gertrude Tischer, Treasurer, Stewart Heffel, Second
Year President, Ruth Shram, Secretary, Arnold Breitkreutz, President, Steve Hinkson, First Year President, Dove
Lagore, Vice-President, Dale Broughton, Second Year Representative, Dennis Kiffiak, First Year Representative.
As this semester draws to a close, we can say with the Psalmist, "Great is the Lord,
and greatly to be praised, and his greatness is unsearchablef' CPsalms l45:3l
lt is essential that each one of us have a true concept of the greatness of God if we
are to be effective servants for Him. Often the task before us seems overwhelming with its
impossibilities, but we need only to look into His Word to learn that, "Greater is he that is
in you, than he that is in the world.'
We of the Student Council have found it a rewarding experience to serve the College
and the students during the past year. lt has been our prayer that God would, by His Holy
Spirit, lead each one into a deeper and greater experience in the Lord.
Even os this term has been supported by much prayer, may we make prayer our motto
for our lives and see God do great things in our generation.
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.IESSIE SMITH, Typist DALE ROBINSON,
"That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection,
BOB LEWIS' Asif'-H' sdes Manage' and the fellowship of his sufferings . . ." Phil. 3:10
Bible College is the place where we concent-
- rate our energies on "knowing Him". ln all our
, gi associations here, we are discovering the glorious
.sw Q facets of knowing Christ. We learn of Him through
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,Q the' illumination of the Holy Spirit and the gui-
dance of anointed teachers. lt is the prayer of
this yearbook staff that this intimate fellowship
may be shared with others: that they may come to
know Him, "whom to know is Life Eternal."
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Jos SHYKOWSKI, sues Manager
BOB EKSTROM, Artist
DON SCHESKE, Assistant Advertising
JESS LYNN, Business Manager LORNE McALISTER,
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WALLY RIEHL, Assistant Editor ELIZABETH ROESLER, Assistant
SHARON BLACK, Editor
"The law of the wise is a "Fountain of Lifeu, to depart
from the snares of death." Proverbs 13:14-
Seated, left to right:-SHARON WOLFE, Editor, HAZEL HAWKINGS, Typist, BILL BRIDAL, Assistant Editor. Second
Row, left to right:-NELSON SAMMY, Third Year Reporter, MARG WHEELER, Second Year Reporter, BILL LEWIS,
First Year Reporter, HELEN BOTHA, Typist, JIM MCALISTER, Second Year Reporter.
It has been a real privilege and a great joy to be associated with
each member of the Bulletin Staff. With the co-operation of each, we have
edited a number of Bulletins, which we pray have not only been informative,
but also uplifting spiritually.
The purpose of such an edition, as you may realize, is to inform not
only the Bible College students, but also the pastors of the various churches
throughout the province of Alberta, of noteworthy news. This usually in-
cludes assignment reports, and various articles by members of the faculty.
lt is also a means of advertisement to all those who may interested in at-
tending Northwest Bible College. We trust that the Bulletin of I964-65
has been such. SHARON WOLFE
The sound of singing can reach into the human
heart to ennoble it or to degrade it. How does this
The Following Students are also Members of the Collegaires:
. RUTH HOLLIES
VIRGINIA THOMPSON, Practice Pianist
THE SOUND OF SINGING
are emotional facets of the personality. Worship,
for which we were created, is an emotion demand-
universal language" move us so deeply? Because
it uses the two elements by which human emotions
express themselves: rhythm and sound.
How natural it is to express the emotion of
impatience by the rhythmic tapping of the foot or
fingers, or to express the emotions of pain with a
groan, or joy with a laugh, or a dance. All crea-
tion pulsates in rhythm and cycle. Speech, when
it freely expresses the heart, becomes a song of
rhythmic cadence. Much of the Scripture flows
in poetic metre and even the prose of the richly
beautiful King James Version rises and falls in
The fruits of the Spirit Clove, joy, peace, etc.i
ing expression and cannot be fully expressed with-
out the exercise of rhythm and sound.
Music is the refinement of the natural expres-
sion of the emotions, combining rhythm and har-
monic sound. It can move the baser emotions or
be intellectually refined beyond meaning. But God
has given us this gift to use with simplicity, as an
expression of the fruits of the Spirit welling up as
springs from the human heart.
Come, we that love the Lord,
And let our joys be known,
foin in cz song with sweet accord,
And thus surround the throne.
E. R. SHEDDEN
LARRY BREITKREITZ, RUBIN BOBB, GWEN MUNSHAW
PAR TY PATTER
"Delight thyself also in the Lord and He shall give thee
the desires of thine heart." Psalm 37:4-
Truly we ot N.B.C. can say that God does grant us the de-
sires af our hearts if we seek His presence. God is not limited to
a church service, for ths past year we even felt His presence ot
our social "get together". At the First Year initiation party in
October, the Spirit of God visited us, blessing many hearts, and
some even with healing power. Also, ot our Christmas banquet,
the blessed Holy Spirit revealed Himself. As a result, the party
ended as a prayer meeting. lf God can join us at a party, truly
we must say that we indeed did have ci good time. We can
say with the Psalmist of old, "ln Thy presence there is fullness
of joy, and at Thy right hand there are pleasures for ever more,"
pleasures the world knows nothing of.
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"Shall we approach the throne of grace."
"Who will be the first to testify."
"The Title of my Sermon is
"Wasn't that wonderful!"
"Therefore said He unto them, The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are
few: pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that He send forth labourers
into His harvest." Lake 10:2
Missionar Emphasis Week
REV. E. A. FRANCIS REV. C. H. STILLER
REV. R. EMMES
Prayer and Conseeration
MISSIONARY EMPHASIS WEEK
The Missionary Emphasis Convention was conducted during the first
week of November, I964. Missionaries of high calibre and vast expericnce
presented stirring messages to the students. Open discussions of various
topics gave each one present opportunity to ask questions relative to mis-
sionary work. God moved in a very personal way, with students consecrating
their lives anew. Only eternity will reveal the results of such a convention.
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At the close of the doy, when you kneel to prciy, X
Will you remember me, X
I need help every doy ,this is why I pray,
Will you remember me.
When I prciy, I will proy for you,
For you need His love ond His core,
When l proy, I will proy for you,
I will whisper your name in my prayer.
"I will sing of the mercies of the Lord for ever: with my
mouth will I make known thy faithfulness to all genera-
tions." Psalm 89:1
WHEN YOU PRAY
When you proy, will you proy for me,
For I need I-lis love ond I-lis core,
When you proy, will you proy for me,
Will you whisper my nome in your prayers
JESSIE, SHARON, HELEN WALLY, ARNIE, HELMUT
DQN 'rue INTERNATIONALS
THE MOUNTAIN STROKE BOYS
CHARGE TO THE GRADUATES AND PRESENTATION A
Dean-Graduating class of Northwest Bible College, you stand in the pre-
sence of God, and before this congregation, to receive a charge to Chris-
tian service from the Word of God, and to be presented to the Superin-
tendent of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada of the province of
To be a worthy minister of the gospel is a high dignity and a great re-
sponsibility. No work in the world is as great as that of dealing with
immortal souls, such work should never be undertaken thoughtlessly,
or lightly, but in response to the divine call and in dependence upon
l charge you thereforeto hear the words of Jesus as he called his first
preachers--Matt. 2,l8-22. T
Hear the words of the Holy Ghost as he called the first missionaries-
Acts l3, 2-3.
Hear again the words of the Apostle Paul as he charged young Timothy
l Tim. 4,l2-l6. 6,13-l6.
Presentation-Reverend Tilton, district superintendent, Northwest Bible
College exists to serve the Church. lt gives me therefore great pleasure
to present to you these graduates.
Superintendent--Take heed that the persons you present, are apt and meet,
by training and godliness to exercise their ministry to the honor of God
and the edifying of the Church.
Dean--We have instructed them, and examined them, and believe them to
be fitted for theChristian ministry. We believe that they will so exer-
cise their ministry that it will be to the glory of God and the good of
the Church. May it please Almighty God to pour out his Spirit upon
them and send them forth as labourers into his harvest.
Superintendent--Do you feel that you are called to the Christian ministry?
Graduates-We believe that we are so called. A
Superintendent-Do you believe the scriptures of the Old and New Test-
ament to be the Word of God and to contain all things necessary to
Graduates-We so believe.
Superintendent--When called upon to minister will you read the same to
the people assembled.
Superintendent--Will you obey those who are over you in the Lord.
Graduates-We will, the Lord being our helper.
Superintendent--Let your loins be girded about with truth, and your lights
burning and ye yourselves like men that wait for their Lord.
Make known God's saving health among the nations.
E RTI SING
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'Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper anfl be in health, even as thy soul prosperethf'
III Iohn 2.
CONGRATULATIONS "CONQUERORS" "C""9""""l"""
Grads of '65
CANADA'5 UNIQUE MISSIONARY GROUP Pastor and Cgngreggfion
The Nurses Missionary of
C0U'1C'l Montgomery Tabernacle
EDMONTON, ALBERTA Calgary
919 ALL THF
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Cnortlfiweot c,BiI1le eollege
'OQF 60 AFFILIATED WITH THE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLIES OF CANADA
REV. J. C. COOKE
11605 -107 AVENUE.
Admission . . .
The facilities of the Northwest Bible College are
available to all qualified young people who have a
desire to follow the Lord in Christian ministry, or to Z
those who wish to take advantage of Bible training in
such an Institution for their own spiritual encourage-
ment and blessing, qualifying them to be more effective I
workers in their cwn local assemblies. i'I,I.,Irii,.z I II'
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The Northwest Bible College trains missionaries, ' I I'
evangelists, pastors, teachers, Sunday School workers, K .3 1,
Youth leaders, songleaders, and Christian laymen. Any ,JEEP born again young person who is satisfactorily recommend- ' ' " 3
ed will be warmly welcomed to N.B.C.
Application for Admission to NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE
11605 -107 Avenue Edmonton, Alberto
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King'smen - Ambassadors - Gospelaires
11605 - 'IO7 Avenue
Extend Congratulations to the Conquerors
MAY GOD BLESS YOU ,
May you ever proclaim His Word in To The
'iDeed Q a 0 I
District Christ s
FERINTOSH PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
Pastor and Mrs. William E. Kowalski Ambassadors
Women's Missionary Council
"Serving at Home and Abroad"
MRS. A. A. LEWIS
The Alberta District
C. A. President.
and 3 to IO.
CAMPS -A l0tol7
Albertcfs Family Camp
the ideal spiritual vacation
Located on beautiful Sylvan Lake in Central Alberta
REV. 8- MRS. LAURIE PRICE
of Toronto, Ontario
Laurie and Hannah Price,
Pastors of Toronto's Evangel
Temple will be speakers at
Sunnyside Camp this year
Laurie needs no introduction
to our province, or our camp
having been here on a num-
ber of occasions His is an
anointed, inspiring ministry
that is always a blessing to any
people With him this year is
his equally gifted wife whom
we welcome to Alberta, Sister
Price will minister in the
morning services with her hus-
band, and her able teaching
ministry will bring much help
and blessing to all who can
attend. This promises to be a
great camp By all means plan
"The camp for boys and girls, young people and adults"
uly I 7 -A ug. I
REV. RALPH RUTLEDGE
of Peterborough, Ontario
Ralph Rutledge, pastor of Calvary Church in
Peterborough, comes from a musical family of
singers and musicians, and excells musically as
well as a forceful preacher of the gospel Bro. Rut-
ledge will minister mainly in the youth services of
the camp, and will contribute in the ministry of
song, and instrumental music in the entire camp
program, You will enioy this youthful and de-
dicated young man of God. This is a special in-
vitation to all young people to be with us this year
PROVINCIAL YOUTH RALLY
SATURDAY NIGHT, July mn, aroo p.m.
CLASS OF 'I965
. . . . Mag God's Richest
Blessing Be Yours
D 1 h. gl ry
YUUNG PEOPl.E m g"' HM"
h w nders among
ll pe , ,,
of the CPE 96.3
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GERMAN PENTECOSTI-ll ASSEMBLY
President: Rev. Stanley Fitz
Vice-Presidents: Arnold Breitkreutz and Wally Riehl
Young PeopIe's Service-Every Friday at 8:00 p.m.
9906 - 83 Avenue
CENTRAL PENTECUSTAL TABERNACLE
"CHRISTS AMBASSADOR5 NlGHT"
Every Friday--8:00 p.m.
Centrals C.A. Executive T965
First Vice-President-Betty Kobot
Second Vice-President-Ken Graham
Wish to express congratulations and
sincere wishes for blessing ond
success to the "Conquerors" "God's
E. R. SHEDDEN-Direcior ,
success to the "Conquerors"
CALVARY PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE I
CAMROSE, ALBERTA Pentecostal Assemb y
IOZOO o.m. .,..,s,.,,,...., Our Church in Sunday School Thorsby' Alta'
H100 o.m, ..,,.... .,,,...,......... O ur Church in Worship
7:30 p.m. .A...... .As...,,, O ur Church in Evangelism
WEDNESDAY: Pastor: R. M. DOWBUSH
8:00 p.m. ...,,.,, ............. O ur Church in Study H , , ,,
FRIDAY: Lei your lighi so shine
8:00 p.m. .,.......,E.... .,,,,,,,, O ur Church ond Its Youth
REV. ond MRS. STEVE HOLOMIS
God's Richest Blessing - "Conguerors
Custom Built Homes
99I2 - 74 Street Edmonton Phone 469-5443
Congratulations Cgnqugrgrs Class of '65
LES rirz 1 0327
Electric Ltd. Ph- 4694206
COMMERCIAL AND OILFIELD INSTALLATIONS
Adie's Furniture 6
On this name rests the responsibility
incident to Ieodership in printing of
'i'i'Q . .
The Douglas Printing
Phone 887-2317-A. M. Kanfen
sox 135 COITIPCIIY Ltd.
Sylvan Lake. Alberta
JOHN DEERE FARM EQUIPMENT
B.A. GAS ond OIL
MERCURY CARS ond TRUCKS
UNION TRIICTDR LTD.
LES INKSTER, MANAGER
Pastor R. E. Davis and Congregation
EIGHTH AVENUE TABERNACLE
928 - 8 Avenue S.W.
Songs in the Night
CFCN l060 on your
I0 30 on your
When in Calgary visit our Tabernacle
CALVARY PEENTECUSTAL TABERNACLE
Extends Congratulations to the "Conquerors"
God richly bless
you in your ministry for
l0:O0 a.m. Sunday School
ll:O0 a.m. Morning Worship
7:30 a.m. Evangelistic Service
Psalms 37:4 "DeIight
thyself also in the Lord,
and He shall give thee
the desires of thine heart.
Pastors: Rev. Mrs. J. C. Cooke
ROCKET SERVICE STATION
to the Grads of 1965
- JACK HELBIG
6545 - 99 STREET A
Meat 81 Grocery
We Specialize in
Meats, Fruit 81 Vegetables
8307 - 99 St. 439-O9l4
10550-Jasper Ave.-Phone 422-1853
10860 - B2 Ave.-Phone 433-1253
Park Plaza Shopping Centre
11844A - 103 St.-Phone GR 9-2753
You Are Always Welcome ot
Gospel Supplies and
Phones 422-0422, 422-0846
Your Patronage ls Appreciated
"May you hold the torch
of the Gospel Truth"
Pastor and Mrs. Paul Kerychuk
Whenever in our district visit
Rev. and Mrs. M. S. KUTNEY
From the Pastor
and Cong regation of
GLAD TIDINGS PENTECOSTAL
REV. C. A. McCLAIN, PASTOR
G0 "Forth Conquering and To Conquer"
43 - 4th St. N.E.
Pastor S. W. Lucas
asv. R. J. wi-urs, PASTOR
The Gospel Centre 81 Congregation
9950-l48 St. Edmonton Ph. HU 8-55l7
Pastors-Rev. 81 Mrs. J. C. O'Brien
Phone GL 5-7076
p.m.-Wednesday and Friday
You are always welcome.at
The Gospel Centre
WEE SUPER MARKET
WEE SUPER COIN-OP
LAUNDRY 81 DRY CLEANER
Corner 107 Avenue and II6 Street
Psalm I l2:l-"Blessed is the man that leareth
the Lord, that dellghteth greatly in his com-
STUCCO and LATHING
9604 - 63 Ave. Ph. GE 9-4590
. . . THAT the Manufacturers Life pro-
vides a special Security Graph service
that will show you how to get maximum
returns from your insurance dollars?
For your famiIy's sake, you must be
sure that your investment in Life ln-
surance is planned to take care of as
many future needs as possible. The
Security Graph will show you how far
your present Life Insurance will go in
meeting basic needs.
RAYMOND R. SADER
10180 - 102 ST. Office 424-8081
EDMONTON RES. 466-2644
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8323 - 80 AVENUE "CUSTOM HOMES" 469-2497
God Bless You
conquerors Central Girls'
Family Sunday School
"He that winneth souls is wise"
"A Co-educational School with o
Team Teaching System"
14 . ,
See You at 9 5 Om Vice-President-Elaine Agrey
We Invite You to Attend,
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
FACULTY 8- STUDENT BODY
From Rev. Wm. Pipke and Congregation of
Idylwylde Pentecostal Tabernacle
"When in Edmonton plan to visit with us"
Sunday Services-l0:0O a.m. Sunday School
H200 a.m. Morning Worship 8. Children's Church
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service
Wednesday 8:00 p.m. Prayer ond Bible Study
Friday 8:00 p.m. Family Night and C.A.'s
Our Welcome is Smcere
HIGHWAY PENTECUSTI-IL CHAPEL
Corner 'I05 Street and 63 Avenue
"Eclmonton's Newest Pentecostal Church"
Congratulations Conquerors of 1965
PASTORS: REV. 8- MRS. E. OPHIEM
You're always welcome at the Chapel
THE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLIES
50 EUSTON AVE., TORONTO 6, CANADA
CANADIAN NORTHWEST BIBLE INSTITUTE
on the world wide contribution of its graduates to the
ministry of the P. A. O. C.
WE INVITE YOUR INTEREST AND SUPPORT OF
i OUR MISSIONARY DEPT.
ir THE SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPT.
iv THE CHRlST'S AMBASSADORS DEPT.
-k THE PENTECOSTAL TESTIMONY
if THE FULL GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE
We con supply ony Bible or Religious book thot you may require:
Also the best in Sundoy School ond Youth Moteriols
Jess Lynn 81 the
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from Pastor and Congregation
OWEN SOUN D PENTECOSTAL
Rev. J. Counsell
Congratulations to the
Graduating Class of 1965
from the Congregation of the
Westlock Pentecostal Tabernacle
Pastor and Mrs. F. D. Carruthers
lll KE N ll ll ll M U N
Information Write or Phone:
REV. D. CARRUTHERS
Box 247, Phone 342-3533
THE ALBERTA DISTRICT
Rom. 8:37-We are more than Conquerors through
Him that Loved Us.
Remember November 4-7, 1965
MEN'S FELLOWSHIP RETREAT
Cor. 4th Avenue and 9th St. S.E.
Medicine Hat, Alberta
Pastor J. H. Law
BANFF, ALBERTA "The Law of his God is in his heart
tion Write: President Les Inkster, none of his .steps .shall glide."
30 c: in A . Nw.,
Sc U Z A'-' f I L
morons un -
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Volkswagen, Rambler Sales 8. Service maui K
J.l. Case Farm Machinery z-gl 4- I -
Phones 4-2137, 4-2064
Commit thy way unto the Lordg trust also in Himg
and he shall bring it to pass. Psalm 37:5
A ii ll
LUMBING A81 EATING LTD.
Plumbing - Gasfitting - Hot Water Heating
466-8449 ERHARD RITZ, MGR. 7404 - 84 AVE.
CONQVGTUIGUOHS CIGSS of '65 CONGRATULATIONS "CONQUERORS"
B. from the
CONSTRUCTION LTD .
S H In ' K 81 K Foodllners
Pecm 'sts ' In' . Three stores to serve you better:
Custom Built Garages - Patios
Sidewalks - Driveways -- Rumpus Rooms 9942-82 Avenue - Ph. 433-7002
BERNIE STEIN, MGR- 9602-76 Avenue - Ph. 433-1024
7943 ' Ave' 10804 -129 Avenue - Ph. 479-5229
Wishing God's Best to All Graduates of 1965
WESTERN SLAVIC BRANCH
of the Pentecostal Assem
blies of Canada
10521 -97 Street, Edmonton, Alberta
L. K. KRAWCHUK-Secretary-Treasurer N
WM. MELNYCHUK-Superintendent M.
ICK WYNYCHUK-Sunday School Director
KUTNY-CA. Department Di rector
JULY 4th to 18th
0 Gifted Speakers
0 Talented Musicians
O Services You Won't Forget
For Further Information Write:
CAMP MANAGER 10521 - 97 St
reet Edmonton, Alberta
PASTORS AND CONGREGATION
VOICE OF LIFE: 7 a.m.-C.K.B.I.-Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
9 a.m.-C.F.C.W.-Camrose, Alberta
WEEK NIGHTS: Tuesday-C.A. Servi
Morning Worship-11:00 o.m
Evangelistic Service-7:30 p.m
dy 8. Prayer-8:00 p.m.
I JOHN...4:4-"Ye are of Cod, little children, and have overcome them because greater
is he that is in you, then he that is
in the worldf'
UKRAINIAN PENTECOSTAL TEMPLE
"He that winneth souls is wise"
MRS. P. WESLOSKY-Superintendent
MRS. H. KUZYK-Assistant
MR. L. WESLOSKY-Secretory-Treasurer
UKRAINIAN PENTECOSTAL TEMPLE
Welcomes You to their
on TUESDAY at 8:00 p.m.
Graduates of 1965
FAWCETT HEATING SERVICES
i - All XI'
9424-73 STREET ,if
Phone 469-6124 O ,,f"
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You'II love because
Tupperware's ' For Home
co. FAMOUS SEAL : Demonstration
LEA'3'P?OgF d H I Contact:
J. EKERT, MGR., l2907- 66 Aven e Quo' S OO 5 on c'V""S 2 KAY PIPKE
Phone 434-2526 FEATHER-LIGHT : 10164 - 82 Sf,
You will be proud to own an ' ' ' You can : 4'59'778l
EKERT BUILT HOME FREEZE IT , Edmonton, Alberta
IO Wren Cres. Sherwood Park, Alta.
HAROLD E., STUSEK
THE ART LITHO COMPANY
from the Pastor and
Congregation of the
FIRST GERMAN PENTECUSTAL
ASSEMBLY 0F LEDUC
Calendar and Specialty Advertising - Business Gifts K ,
Counter Check Books
"1oo1 Different Items" PGSTOF B- Dobefsfein
lsaialw 45:2-"I will go before rhee. and make The crooked places slraiglwf:
I will brealc in pieces llwe gales of brass. and Cul' in sunder llwe bars of iron."
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WALTERS Oll T00l MACHINE lTD
l2I25 - l45 STREET EDMONTON
Oilfield and Industrial Machining and Welding
Manufacturing and Repairs
PH. GL 5-6592 l24 HR. CALLl GL 4-4466
JOHN WALTERS WALLY WALTERS
GERRY WALTERS HERB WALTERS
CENTRAL PENTECCSTAL TABERNACLE
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NMMINN N i
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Wil Tr iw l'!::-- 152 yr1,W2i'H r I1
to wha i R ' llll Er 2'F.1'f.r'ggY'F'rti U 'Le
. of R if : . on K .-. --iiiigs.-gf E, 1t.r,l'f!l
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11605-'IO7 Avenue, EDMONTON, ALBERTA
O Edmonton's First Full Gospel Church
O "Morning Evangels" . . . our radio voice
O Home of Northwest Bible College
Pastor ond Mrs. R. Toitinger Pastor ond Mrs. M. W. Dempster
IV here Happy People Blake You Welcome
THE PASTOR AND CONGREGATION From The
of the RED DEER
PENTEGDSTAL TABERNACLE Pfnrrcosrnl TABERNACLE
LET'-'BRIDGE' ALBERTA PASTOR KAGDPENNOYER
. . CONGREGATION
0ffer Sincere Congratulations
To The Graduates of '65
VSSJSBQEEESItEEeiLeSZ'LiiiEI I,'JfJ.I?"21O'3.? Congratulations "00nouer0rS"
quering Lord. Grads of 65
WHEN nu LETHBRIDGE . . . from
Visit . . . THE TABERNACLE
at 520 - 7 St. S. WELCOME ! ! !
Rev. cmd Mrs. J. H. Hozlett
C.A.'s, Pastor and Congregation
I W. fi fl .- '- 31
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6 X f I VAT 'F-R.
KUTNY CONSTRUCTIIIN LTD
RESIDENTIAL DESIGNERS, PLANNERS AND BUILDERS
9459 OTTEWELL RD. NICK KUTNY PHONE 466-5551
O TIMOTHY, KEEP THAT WHICH IS COMMITTED TO THY TRUST, AVOIDING
PROFANE AND VAIN BABBLINGS, AND OPPOSITIONS OF SCIENCE FALSELY
SO CALLED: WHICH SOME PROFESSING HAVE ERRED CONCERNING THE
FAITH. GRACE BE WITH THEE. AMEN.
I Tinnoihy 6:2O,2I
Goo sp E E D You
SHEDDEN 81 COOKE
Borristers 81 Solicitors
Phone 424-2661 Ernest R. Shedden, B.A., L.L.B. 701 Tegler Bldg.,
Phone 422-3276 Dovid J. Cooke, B.A., L.L.B. Edmonton, Alberto
COnZ'lISl2IffZfOI2250 Al'S JEWELLERY
WE SELL ond REPAIR
WATCHES ond JEWELLERY
ou Rolex, Bulova ond other brondsg
Also FINE DIAMONDS
IO I -J A
6 3 Ospe' Venue VERY REASONABLE PRICES
PORTRAIT and COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS All WORK GUARANTEED
WEDDING CONSULTANT SERVICE
I I I
422-2216 - Phones - 422-7608
The home of Beautiful Pfop, ALEX EURCI-IUK
CIZEIFETCIIES and Wedding Phgne GA 2.0524
IOI33 - 97 Sfreef
Adequate Parking on our Premises
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES OI' 1965
gp , --,gl
Wainwrighfs Fines! Service Station
GORDON GILCHRIST, Proprietor
Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do,
do it with all thy might.
Pastor and Mrs. C. Yates
and the congregation of
Rev. M. Wall and Congregation
OF CAPITOL HILL
1706 - 20th Avenue NQW.
PASTOR AND MRS. E. C. O'BRIEN
AND CONGREGATION OF THE
extend Congratulations to the
"Conquerors" graduating class.
from the staff of
H. H. WILLIAMS MEMURIIIL HOSPlTlll
OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
"CllNlIDll'S 0NlY PENTECDSTIIL HOSPlTlll"
Certified Nursing Aides
X-ray and Laboratory Technician
THE ALBERTA DISTRICT
PENTECDSTAL ASSEMBLIES 0F CANADA
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to the '6C0NQUER0RS"
ALBERTA . . .
"A 'World Missions' Province furthering the Work at Home and Abroad."
fi Churches and Missions in city, town and rural areas.
ii Sub-Arctic Mission field, N.W,'l'.
H. H. Williams Memorial.l-lospital, N.W.T
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REV. S. R. TILTON, Superintendent
REV. C, YATE5 - PRESBYTERY - REV. E. W. PETERSON
REV. A. A, LEWIS REV. J.'C. COOKE REV. R. J, WHITE
GERMAN PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY
9906 - 83 Ave. Edmonton
GERMAN PENTEGDSTAL ASSEMBLY
Bev. W. Kowalski-Pastor
Rev S Fitz-Asst. Pastor 5. Youth Director
PENTECOSTAL BRASS BAND
ASSISTANT-DAN KAKOSCHKE PRESIDENT-RUDY KAKOSCHKE
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