San Jose Bible College - Victor Yearbook (San Jose, CA)
- Class of 1962
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1962 volume:
" Go ye Into
All the WORLD"
We, the staff of the 1962 "Christian Victor", take great pleasure in dedicating this annual to
Mr. Al Johnson. It seems to us most fitting at this time when the forward progress of the college
is dramatically demonstrated in increased enrollment, improved facilities, and an enthused stu-
dent body to give credit to the man who has contributed to all of this in a most outstanding way.
Mr. Iohnsonhas generously given of his time in the development of the campus in Beach Hall,
the picnic area, and in Jessup Hall and the Cafetorium now under construction. It has been large-
ly due to his vision and his determination that the ways and the means have been found to begin
this forward movement in campus improvement.
The students of San Jose Bible College are deeply grateful for what his labour has meant to us
and we know that far beyond our power to appreciate is the approval of our Father in whose King-
dom he so faithfully serves.
A1 works hard with the planning committee on
plans for the new rnen's dorm and cafetorium.
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ADMINISTRA T I O
Boano Of Omectons
fleft to rightj Rex Wallace, Jim Sinclair, Lawrence Sunkler, Ralph Maier, Don Meyer, Art
Simonson, Al Tiffin, Chuck Richards, Herm Link, Wayne Thomas, Al Johnson, Wayne Salter
Delbert Yost, John Stone, Deane Pense, Sherman Holmes, V.E. Butterworth, fnot picturedy
Floyd Gee, Wilfred Busch, Dave Elliott. p ,ijw--- we f
The Building Committee works hard on the
plans for the new men's dorm and cafetorium.
The Faculty and Curriculum Committee
plans and approves degree programs of
SJ BC and recommend faculty additions.
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i Dear Christian Friends:
Christian witness and serv-
ii ice are costly vocations. Real
witness is not a cheap commod-
ity. It costs dearly in life and
service. In return for all that is
ours in Christ, we realize this is
as it should be.
The Apostle Paul wrote in high terms of his commitment to witness with the gospel of Christ. "I
am debtor both to the Greeks and to the Barbarians, both to the wise and to the foolish. So, as muchas
l in me is, I am ready to preach the gospel to you. . . " Theodore Roosevelt once wrote, "No man is
worth his salt who is not ready at all times to risk his body. . . risk his well being. . . risk his life. . . in a
l great cause. "
l T These statements epitomize the high goal of Christian witness which is the theme of this Yearbook--
l "GO YE. . . " Your College is your co-worker in equiping yourself with the tools' of your costly voca-
l i tion. Together we receive the courage to "GO, " We have the assurance and the challenge of knowing
that God's grace will enable us. The commission is ours, "GO YE. . . " and accomplish God's will in
, 1 this hour.
In Christian Concern,
Alvan L. Tiffin
l sAN Joss BIBLE COLLEGE
V. E. BUTTERWORTH
Dean of Men
Dean of Women
Professor of New Testament
KATIE BUT TERHWORTH
Librarian, Instructor in
V. E. BUTTERWORTH
Professor of New Testament
Professor of New Testament
Professor of Music,
Professor of Old Testament
HAROLD RE A
Professor of Music Theory
Professor of New Testament
Life of Christ
WES LEY VE ATCH
Professor of Christian
CLARA GRIGS BY
DORIS IS BELL
AVIS MEF F ERD
WESLEY VEATCH EVERETT PAYTON
BRUCE MURRAY WYATT MOATS
Devotional Outreach S -E U 0 6 n t
GARY TIFFIN HARRY DOUGLASS
Under the capable leadership of President Everett Payton the
Student Council has worked hard this year to lead the student body
in a fine program of growth and advance. Continuing Operation
Forward, planning for the Cross Bearers Crusade, and developing
more fully the spiritual and recreational activities on the campus
have been the major projects this year.
PAUL BUSS CHARLYENE WALL
Vice President Secretary-
AUDREY PAINTER RON COLEMAN
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DOROTHY CHRISTIAN AKIRA KOJIMA
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Annual Staff 4: Alpha Omega
3,45 Cross Bearers' 3,
LE. BLANTON, B. A.
Social Com. lg Gar Club 2,
Pres. 2, Youth Minister,
DOROTHY CHRISTIAN, B. S. L.
Trio 2, 3: Alpha Sigma Tau
1. 2,-3, 45 Annual Staff 4,
Student Council 45 Dorm Pres.
HAZEL CLARK, B. A.
Student Council 1, 2: Alpha
Sigma Tau l,2, Trio lg Youth
Director, Citrus Heights.
BRUCE MURRAY, B. A.
Student Council 3, Pres. 3,
Project Com. 3g Devotional
Com. 3, S. I. B. C. Day 43
Cross Bearers' 39 Choir 4.
Youth Minister, Sacramento.
DAVE RUDER, B. Th.
Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Choir 1.
2: Pep Band lg Athletic Com.
4, S. J. B. C. Day 5g Youth
Minister, Green Valleyg
GARY TIFFIN, B. A.
Student Council 3, 4, Vice
Pres. 3, Project Corn. 3,4g
Cross Bearers' 35 Choir 35
Alpha Omega 2, 3, 45 Lightkeep-
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Youth Minister, Ceres.
FUMIKO TSUKAMOTO, B. A.
Lightkeepers 3, 4, Choir 3g
Alpha Sigma Tau 3,4g Trio 3
CHARLYENE WALL, B. S. L.
Alpha Sigma Tau l, 2, 3, 4,
Campus Scroll 45 Annual Staff
l, 2g Lightkeepers 2, 3, 45
Student Council 45 Choir 4.
JESS WEST, B. A.
Student Council 2, Pres. 2,
Alpha Omega 1, 2g Hearts for
Christ King 3, Cross Bearers'
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MARY ESTHER SPENCER
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"Be1oved, let us love one
another, for love is of God,
and everyone that loveth is
begotten of God, for God
is love. "
I John: 4:7
But ye shall recerve power when the Holy
Splflt rs come upon you Acts 1 8
Regular chapel sessrons enrrch the sp1r1tual
lrfe of students
Ve are the llght of the world A c1ty set
on a h11l cannot be hrd Matt 5 14
Many use the prcnrc area for the1r devotrons
as well as study
Blessed are they that hunger and
thlrst after rrghteousness for they
shall be frlled Matt 5 6
Srlent rned1tat1on brlngs peace to
Let your hght sh1ne before men that they may see
your good works and glonfy your Father Matt 5 16
Dorm devotlons on Tuesday nlghts
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"Go ye therefore, and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them into the name ot the
Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit: teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I
commanded you: and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. " Matt. 28:19
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"Love is patient, kind, never rude., selfish,
or resentful, love never fails. " I Cor. 13
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"Two are better than one, because they
have good reward for their labour. "
Devotions in new prayer room
Christian service also gives to the student an oppor-
tunity to feel some of the Joys of serving Christ as
well as some of the drscouragements The spirit of
the student body on a Monday morning is usually stim-
ulated after the student s return from serving in the
To the student, Christian service means an
opportunity to put some of his classroom learning
into practical endeavor. The experiences of
school can now be applied directly to his Christ-
ian work. Sometimes the teaching a student
receives while in school eludes him unless he is
able to test it through personal experience.
GARY FRALEY: is the
Youth Minister at Green
JESS WEST: served the
Lord at Redwood City.
LADIES TRIO: Sharron Cutts,
Susan Alderson, Sharon
RON COLEMAN: has been
at the San Rafael church
for one year as assistant
I IM GARDNER: is serving
as assistant minister at
Curtner Avenue Church.
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LEON BERG has been CHUCK INMAN serves as
minister to the Campbell the youth minister at the
Church for nine months. Campbell church
FRESHMAN QUARTET: Ray Ankrom, Ray Anderson,
Carl Biggs, Byron Thomas.
youth minister at the church y
in Oakland for five months. 'Qi
as youth minister for the
Green Valley Church.
BOB LENTZ.: has been fQ J.
DAVE RUDER: 1S serving 4 34
GARY TLFFIN: serves the Lord HARRY DOUGLASS: serves
at Ceres First Church as High at Ceres First Church as Junior
School Youth Director. 1 y yy f K 1 y M Youth Director.
SENIOR QUARTET: Ev Payton, Wyatt Moats, Larry
Hatmaker, Byron Moats.
BRUCE MURRAY: SCIVGS
the Town and Country
Church in Sacramento.
TOM MARTIN. serves at
the Santa Clara Church of
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He IISICDS attentively to classroom lectures. .Tim takes EIIIIC IO CIISCUSS h1S
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Study is one of the most rrnporrant aspects
of our college life. Jim Fenderson typlcal
SJBC student, takes us on a day of study wlth
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Time to go home so Jim checks out some books
Cleftj After dinner, hard
at work, Jim is finishing
the writing of his term
Crightj Now he begins to
type and . . .
gi QQ! The finished product. Thank-you Mr. Fenderson! You've earned
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The conference on Evangelism is sponsored
each year by the college to stimulate interest
in the work of world-wide evangelism. The
theme this year was "Our Living Hope. " This
theme was developed by ministers from many
of our churches and also by three of our seniors
The capacity crowds were greatly encouraged
to live the Christian life because of the great WE.-f - t '
hope that we all share in Christ. The students
of the Bible College shared in the conference
and contributed many hours of time to the
detail work that makes such a conference
Crowds completely fill the auditorium
at evening services.
Ground was broken on February 2 for two new
buildings which will be in operation in Sept-
ember. Jessup Hall, the first of our men 's
dormitories will house fifty students, and the
new cafetoriurn will be suitable for serving
three hundred at rnealtirnes.
Herrn Link, Al Tiffin, Bryce Jessup, and
W. L. Jessup hold the corner stone placque
for the new Men's Dorm.
Gnouno - Bneakmq
W. L. Jessup, holds the first shovel of
dirt while President Al Tiffin and Board
President Herrn Link look on.
Beach I-Iall, now two years old, stands behind the foundation for the new
Two years ago with the building of Beach Memorial Hall we launched a forward move for
campus development. It was hardly imaginable at that time that the impetus of this beginning
would carry us forward so rapidly. But now we are in the process of building two more new build-
ings on the campus, Jessup Hall, and the Cafetorium. These buildings will be ready for the fall
term beginning in September.
The blueprints are studied
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president, will be our first men's residence hall.
It will be a two story building similar to Beach
Hall, but somewhat larger, with a flexible
capacity for from fifty to seventy-five men. Also
incorporated into this building is an apartment for
house parents, a large lounge, snack room, and
patio at the rear.
The Cafetorium is being constructed
with the future needs of the college in mind.
It will have a large and efficient kitchen
and a dining area which will seat about 300
persons. Until the college is able to build
other needed buildings this unit may have
to serve a dual purpose being used also for
a lecture hall or for chapel services.
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Mr. Winniger, general contractor, supervises the
pouring of the foundation for the new cafetorium.
Our new buildings are rising, and with them our hopes for a greater SIBC.
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Ron Gibson waits patiently? for his date
At last she descends the stairs to be greeted
Nothing but the best for Sharron, a white
The walk to the Car"' The grand er1trar1ce---
Ron agrees the best way to eat dinner is with
Sharron by his side.
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and Queen of Hearts for Christ. hope that some day they may be King and
A11 who attended the banquet enjoyed a fine inspirational program. Wayne Thomas
of Sacramento brought the message, and Mrs. Thomas led the group singing. Special
music was provided by the girls' trio and Byron Thomas. Professor Morrison was the
master of ceremonies.
The lovely evening is ended-- Goodnight Sharron arid RCU"
In the hearts of all who shared in the lovely
banquet there lingers memories of a most
wonderful evening, a deepened devotion to
the Lord of Life who gives all beautiful things
and a fond expectation for Hearts for Christ
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SAITUROAY: 2:00 I arrived, my heart full
of expectation of the coming crusade. . .
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7:00 The Crossbearers'
banquet really impressed
me. Excellent food, amusing
1 and inspiring special num-
bers, and an excellent
message by I ack Morrison.
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awakened early enough to be one of
the first in line for breakfast, but the
wait was well rewarded.
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1:30, The Light-Keepers Mission Club
presentation gave me insight. into the
missionary field. I was impressed with
the importance of the SJ BC student
organization that is concerned with the
needs and the work on the mission field.
2:00, I found fun and relax-
ation at the informal talent
show. CAkira Kojimaj
3:00, With others I made the
tour of San Jose State College
under guidance of SJBC
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9:45, The communion service uplifted
me and increased the meaning to me of
the death and resurrection of Christ.
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heart, meaning in life.
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The SIBC choir 's praises to God became my
8:45, What a magnificent sight--400 young
people gathered together to sing praises to
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Gazing into the campfire, I could feel the
spirit of God burning in everyone's heart.
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chapel service will always remain in my
7 Q- 7:30, Everyone attended
classes. I shared in Ralph Holcomb's class
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I could not stop wishing that the Crossbearers
Crusade was just beginning . . .
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Wltfl student help the p1cn1c area
proJect moved towards compleuon
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Many hours were donated by students
rn plantmg 1cep1ant, clearmg and
levehng the ground
At the ded1cat1on of the completed
p1cn1c area, Pres1dent T1ff1n speaks
to the Student Body.
The completed p1cn1c area, ready
for student use, 1S a beauuful ad
d1t1on to our campus
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installed by our contractor.
Below, this operation is seen at an
With rented equipment, the students
leveled the baseball field and readied
it for the coming season
And now San Jose Bible College has
a softball diamond. Good playing!
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S J OAS! ffront rowy G. Alder, W. Veatch, R. Coleman. E. Butterworth, B. Murray, P Buss,
G. Tiffin, C. Biggs, B. Blanton, L. I-Iatmaker. Csecond rowj A. Tiffin, G. Fraley, P. Lopez, D. Ruder,
L. Lane, R. Bennett, T. Martin, H. Douglass, C. Inman, A. Kojima, flast rowj J. Morrison, R. Rat
zlaff, W. Moats, B. Lentz, B. Moats, B. Thomas, E. Payton.
Qleftj Bro. Tiffin briefs students on SIBC day
flower lefty Ralph Holcomb, advisor of
flower rightj SJBC day reports given in
chapel following return of students from
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Alpha Sigma Tau officers: Cleft to rightj Judie
Peterson, Historian, Evie Sharp, Hostess, Shirley
Simonson, Vice-pres. , Susie Alderson, Pres. , Linda
Aubrey, Secretary, Ellie Morgan, Treasurer.
Alpha Sigma Tau provides fellowship for all the
single women on campus.
Zelotai officers: Cleft to rightj Elaine West,
Mary Coleman, Barbara Bennett, Sheryl
Murray, Cnot picturedj ,Tess Evison, and Velma
Holcomb - advisor.
Zelotai provides spiritual enrichment for
the married women.
All organizations at SIBC are purposeful
and Christ-centered. Even though each
has a different aim, their one goal is to
magnify Christ through services to others.
Alpha Omega officers: Cleft to righty Tom
Martin, V. E. Butterworth, Wyatt Moats,
Byron Thomas, Ron Coleman, Chuck Inman
Alpha Omega enhances spiritual growth and
offers fellowship for all men students.
Bottom Royals 1S des1gned for men on campus
wnh cars It advocates safety 1n dr1v1ng
LIGHTKEEPERS A m1ss1onary m1nded orgamza
uon made up of students who are espec1a11y con
cerned wlth the needs and work on the forelgn
f1e1d Cheftj Llghtkeepers Off1C8IS Paulme Clark,
Nobuko Ruth West Ev1e Sharp Dot Isbell Spon
sor Harry Douglas, Prestdent, Ray Ankrom fnot
P1CIl1I6dJ FIIIZ Mauntz V1ce Pres , Shuley
Peters, Sec , Gene Feaster Treas
Dorm Off1C6IS Sharon T1ff1n Pllb11C1T.'y, Susan
Alderson Vtce Pres Nedra Barnum Pres , Joyce
Humphreys Sec , Jud1e Peterson SOC131 Sharron
The SJBC choir at practice under the direction of I ack Morrison who has taught each
one the true purpose of singing: "to draw man and God into spiritual closeness through
the art of music. "
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After many hours of work, the SIBC choir brings "The Song of Christmas" at the Los
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EDITOR Nedra Barnum ,
CR1ghtJ Larry Hatmaker, Sherrre Klng
Nedra Barnum, Lenora Bloum, Dorothy
Chnstran, J on Ottrnger Lynn Baker,
George Alder Dorothy Chnstlan Elane Bogart,
Sponsor ASSISISIII Edltor Buslness Manager
qmghry Larry Hatmaker,
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JUDIE PETERS ON LIND A AUBREY
The pep band has extended its efforts to promote
school spirit at our basketball games.
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XX ffront, left to righty Bobbi Jean Osbourn, Gail Craig, Thelma Nix, fsecond
rowj Akira Kojima, Jim Russell, Ray Ankrorn, Carl Biggs, George Alder, Spon
sor, Larry Hatmaker.
Campus Scroll staff: Akira Kojima, Paul Sch-
neider, Shirley Peters, Ron Coleman, Charlyene
Wall, Bob Lentz.
The Campus Scroll, SJBC 's newspaper, keeps the
students informed about activities and other events
. Editor: Lee Ammons
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staff hard at work to meet their deadlines.
Gospel Broadcaster staff: George Alder,
Sharon Tiffin, Paul Gray.
S1BC's Basketball Team: -qfrontj H. Douglass, I. Stith, F.
Kendall, C. Boman, P. Buss. fsecond rowj R. Ratzlaff,
coach, T. Kent, R. Gibson, D. Stockharn, E. Payton. I.
Ottinger, K. Ratslaff.
Floyd Kendall fCaptainy
guard, Most Valuable Player
flower lefty Ron Gibson, forward
Qcenterj Ion Ottinger, forward
flower lefty Dee Stockham, forward
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AD VER TISERS
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Ano Annual Staff
We the Board of Drrectors of San Jose Brble College extend our warmest congratulatrons to
the graduates of 1962 for successfully completrng the ngorous program of study wh1ch culmlnates
1D your degrees
We also congratulate the Student Body for the conunumg and magnlflcent stndes made 1n
the development of the campus 1n your program Operat1on Forward Your labor lnterest glfts
and dedrcatron are deeply apprecrated
Furthermore we take pleasure 1n recogmzlng thrs addmonal forward step taken by the Annu
al Staff 1n the publrcatron of th1s professlonally produced Chnstlan Vrctor
May the Lord contrnue to bless and gutde you We thank I-hm for the pr1v1lege of gllldlflg
thls wonderful college rn these years of progress And we thank H1m for you young people wh o
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