Temple Missionary Training School - Global Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

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We believe that command covers the whole universe, that every creature at home and abroad must hear the "good news" of salvation, That the Lorcl may add daily to His Church such as should be savedg thus hastening the hour when He shall return for His bride. We therefore say with the Apostle John, "Even so, come, Lord Jesus." Come quickly, "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ." J'1' 1:-Y " 1' 'J' V, 1 ,- Y Q nl -'YfJI v, 4 3 "r:,A'f .li ' ' 1 4 9 -gfb'-54 2.51 +V, 1 , q 'I IH11 A 1. Ap, l .r ' I 'h' I Ixnnmvl I an-T' "'F-S- . , 'IJT' .C - 4 2 L,-aj, raqh 3 li- ,LE I . 1 U' 0 L14-" -nm! 1.1 1. , L- i -"N nb, .f'f:f-,- 'Tj - 4 J- :st he ' ' Ttf' H12 L - ph' .1.,r' .J ' J-'fi g' l1 f 1' ' ' - 4 'rw -4 .f'T:f' -1 ' I Elm 1' 'ijt 'V Lzulbdii TM . I - "l n ' 'S :fr fl JL-IQ' ' ,isis -,P-lu-LV-1' i' . ,S ,-','- .1 J' '-X - 'V , 1 ?!T4 E-ffl' ..1'2S'?,':-r'- ji '7,q'S A ag-gs 41- I,g-1,4r.qQ4i,gr-g:,::..a.f.,,ag1-5,,3.,,i.y!.f, ' - ,,Wu::gr ' I 3'ulr1:,A - T F 1 '.-- fb Isl. 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Standing upon the promise of God's Word as recorded in Jeremiah 33:3, "Call untn me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things. which thou knowest not," he endeavored to estab- lish a svhool for the training of young men and women for Christian service at home and abroad. He was called home to he with the Lord before his vision was fully realized. To our beloved Founder. one of God's chosen men-Rev. Clifford Hollifield-we dedicate this, the first yenrlmnk of the Temple Missionary Training School. l Rev. Clifford E. lflrullificld "He that is faithful in llml wlzivh is lens! is failliful also in nzrzclxf' "For to mt to live is Clmlet. if wa- 3 1, -S . -0 iz l 1 I ' , mi! If 1-1 mm. as-.ON Q-,dtfmq-Il Q 1 vi ... ,fi 1- 'Aung-auqqdynw - TZ -.JP mms- an-ww um-.mlb lluiP'ii""'l-' . wt uni V iii' ' H . 3 ' 15:0 sawunwuali' 1--Y Q rw f-4m 49-0131 'l'W'w"'l" L ' , bbllltlll ma WWII lf. b ' n , 9 ' . 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Frank Mills Pastoral Problems ,,.g ii. .x .v. 3 3, Church History ' 1 -i Apologetics I Bible Introduction ' '- .fi H ig 4 K Q X fy: A U ez.: F? If T :l Q 'l M I X 3- i' mi. I Q 3 i 1 John B. Will Harmony Composition Conducting Voice Hymnology Tp Q, Rev. Bm H. ivaihnir Sight Singing Conducting Fundamentals of Music General Music Piano , ., . :II 7 If ' If 'W ,-Wil QE' 1' 532. 5 f 0' 'f-1315" 4- -521-557 . . :1.f.-'- 32.11 '.-.ffj '21 , 'ff fl-' - -- ..,. -. A . ..-..... if-we "'l'J1fn you therefore wllicll believe Ile is precious." Personal Evangelism II C ASSE iff ,r X-,f3 U ,,., -. 1 ni :HQ .--13 ,az ZAJDT gx Y. C -lv . ' 11- .-'01x-.. -.W - r ....- - ,.. - , 4 'f 1 A "'-i-.ji E W puny--I-iQl. ,1,,- , Y ii-T An, gh!- , 5 ' N nt' .sf -mn. Ve-.mtf .l. 14.4197 ' 'E J ,V.vh'.'.'11'v ..9:1'J 3' - . J' .- H . u-Jw 1-' jlu,,1,.x I A , ' hnnvpvllqtgtlig , , . 1 ' 'lfflgvfi - ' A ' , - ' iw mill-.nllw1Q 5 . , , , , , . , -' , I Y'-4311111 ' - lhfl . 0, - ' - . . li ag D 'tg l I --, 3.41 - '- X6 . PHYLLIS JONES Van Wert, Ohio Christian Education Course I Peter 5 110 - I O .' ".Z':'f'fv'2:: 2 ' ' aff - 4, ,553-f VERNON SHAW .,,,E.,,, 1513" Garrett, Indiana 3.:',gg?gg' :E ' f in 'gi . if , ,, Pastors' Course r A -' Q- kg-Sy - "ff 'fi James 1:17 VIRGINIA SHAW Garrett, Indiana Christian Education Course I Thessalonians 5:24 "The Lord hath done great things for us." ,.77fuvphecy "Board !" "Come on, girls, we'vs- got to catch this train for Mexico. Virginia Shaw needs our assistance with those seventy- eight orphans she is taking charge of in l-Iermosillo, So- nora, Mexico. Can it be only fourteen years ago that sh-1 told us she'd love to takr- care of a lot of colored haliies'! Well, she realized her wish, only lhoy'ri- Indian babies instead. "This trio was short hnl beautiful, and ilu- heat isn't as stiding as we thouglit-only lllflf' in the shade. Oh-my back! At least this donkey carl' ride is over, "Look! 'I'here's Vernon Shaw leading: the Indians in some songs and their daughter Barbara is at the folding: organ. Listen to him rattling off that Snanish while the sweat is rolling' down his face. Characteristic of him, isn't it? Such zeal for Christ! Here comes Virginia with six of the two-year old babies toddling hohind hcr. 'Why are those two crying, Virginia'?' Oh, I sec, they fell in a cactus bush, "So long, Vernon, Virginia, and Barham. Don't get sick on too many hottamalies. We wish you were boarding our plane with us to visit the Phyllis Jones Belt girls' school in the Yukon Hills of Alaska. "Ah-choo! Girls, would you ever have thought the Sv- nior class of1946 at 'l'.M.T.S. could have ended up in such varities of climates? "We like riding in this clog sled, Phyllis, but isn't it hard work for the huskies? We hear your husband is kent quite busy with the colportage work un here. Phyllis, these- In- dian girls in your school must love you very much from the pretty furs they've uiven you. When you were back in the dining hall at T.lVi.T.S. in '46, fourteen years nffo. would vou have believed you would' be eating a daily diet of hear steak, dried corn, and whale hluhher, besides di- rf-ctinu :i Girls' school for three hundred Indian and Eng- lish girls? "Well, so long Phyllis, watch those icicles an your nose." "One thing I know, thai, whereas I was blind. now I see." ' 1ifc"5XsRS , :::YZ"3 dull-'!Y'4 ,uulu 'tel vu'-7 al-U wiht" -eo!! 11 T 1611 .fmw '1.nrr:.lnv -sum' J-wmii .n.-mpg ,nlj 4 fl' ' -fd -iiwiii JMNH EQS 5 lfllfif5H!WfCN Back row: Basil Bickel, Garrett, Incl.: Miriam Klopfen- Fro stein, Grabill, Ind., Wilma Ludlow, Dowagaic, Mich., Lois Witmer, Fort Wayne, Ind.: Hilda Hager, Mar- lette, Mich. nt row: Mary Shadle, Williamsburg, Penna.g Grace Hamblin, Krypton, Ky.: Marguerite Sumney, Grabill, Ind., Ada Jones, North Branch, Mich., Angie Mandra, Fort Wayne, Ind., Beatrice Myers, Ohio City, Ohio. 9 Rack row: Mildred Srillenberger, Dayton, Ohio, Evange- line Nelson, Napoleon, Ohiog Erma Augsburgxer. Uv- catur, Ind.: Graco We-ber, Edgerton. Ohiog Don New- port, Monroeville, Ind. Middle row: Okley Logan, Midcllefield, Ohio: Charlotte Wadsworth, Sumnerville, Mich.: Eleanor Paul, Dowa- giac, Mich., Grace Kyle, Buflalo, New York, Mare garet Newport, Mnnroeville, Ind. Front row: Gracie Redmond, Memphis, Tenn.: Geneva At- kins, Deerlodge, Tenn., Leola Cleve-nger, Lima, Ohio: Wanda Mann, Pleasant Mills, Ind.: Miriam Mclntire, Fort Wayne, lnd. 1 Inset: Vivian Wilhoit "Cast lhy burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain "Be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only." thee." U " - ffa ' 1'-Q ..I, '.AA7,1:f-v 'IA T -Fw G 1- - " - 1 ' Q - if 'ff-QM L!" V v - W - :va - J . i " WF v 51 :Led ' ffl J1i.z,.1gr . N 'P01f"'?'1P? ' "C- ' 9,2 - I A fn " -"Quin ff - w 'i1?..'U?fi"'sf2i -rrp . h w - , .-:REE g f 54 iifwa ff- P- WH iii! 'if:"11i.. 57Q-ff Q J ffl .QU .av VP. ' V - b, uJE,,,qf'? -' AI nf' f' i f.52r.,4a J? 1 ' 'tif -- f' 59' A.. V .I bg ,IA ' ' TE :-'E fLIr 'L4""., , ' '.- 2 'EW , ' Ig f?g?f.Qg":'1:'- , ' 4, .512 A.: 4 I '-1 F 1 - ir If r 1 Q.. '1"'L HP -3 "' .f J f 1. 'RL fgysf A -. - 3-K-T-QPU QJNIL . ' 1-39.5, ,tn ,Ky .fl I by L Q-laik?-' m"- -'Ei' 1g' w wf? 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Class Verse-"That in all things he might have lhv pru- eminence." 0 Betty Harmon: Prov. 3:5-G Lyle und Marie Jessup: Ants 4:12 Maxic- HEl'SlllJ9l'2'El'Z Col. 4 :ZZ-3 "That in all things he might have the preeminencef' Hll5'll'0lHY Z?-if J I .f:meI1umu'1Qam2 mum .. ' -n 4: ml- . V-ng' u lull' ml., - ' 1, L-nj k- Q , gl-,ff - -- - 1-hw!! .ill v-.1 C1 -Ir: 1 1 ' .iv ... P Y-I un-vi .uu-mu.- girl Q-im AUIHQ llc! M li fddllliguv-'I an 0 -:nm u. .wa auf- -an ...,,v,,'. . in ' ll L. asc mrtl-julio-tql . 212:-Hf.m---gunman-.bQ.f ' W 'flgfpllwllf , ,G 3i?,Fi:fj, if ,- If ', .,'-fm' , '- ' RL In the early spring of 1938, the Rev. Clifford Hollifield, pastor and director of the Fort Wayne Gospel Temple, heard of the tremendous spiritual need for missionary workin Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Cuba. He took his first trip to these fields at that time, and realized that the fields were white unto harvest. Where was he to find laborers for these fields? The first candidate was Dorothy Lee, and soon preparations were being made for her to go to Haiti. Brother Hollifield began to get applications from people who wanted to go out under the Temple board. When these young people began to arrive at the Temple, it grad- ually came to light that they had a different vision and needed further training. After much waiting upon the Lord, he confided in his help-meet that the only solution to the many problems was to have his own school, training young people for the Lord's work. His desire and need for such a training school was one thing, but developing it was another. Class rooms, dormitories, a dean, teachers, and money would be needed. At first the idea seemed fantastic, but as the Lord directed, the plan began to unfold. One morning, while standing in the back of the audi- torium, Brother Hollifield looked toward the roof and said, "lu these steel rafters will be our training school." The immediate need was for Sunday School rooms which would later be training' school class rooms. Money was then discussed, News spread like wild fire of the improve- ments being anticipated for the Temple, and the money began to come in. The second and third floors, the en- larged bookstore, and the chapel were built. A Search began for another building that could be used for a girls' dormitory. and the building on Calhoun Street was found. We now had the class rooms, chapel, dormi- tories, but no school head and no teachers. Much time was spent in prayer for God's guidance, because a mistake at this lime would be disastrous, "If use believe noi, yet he nbirlelh faithful." In August of 1941, while holding a Bible Conference with the Canadian "Youth for Christ" at Rest Acres, Brantford, Ontario, Canada, Brother Hollifleld was con- tacted by a fine Christian educator who had heard of his vision and plans for the training school and was deeply interested. There seemed to be a David-and-Jonathan feel- ing between them and soon definite plans were in the making. Rev. Lloyd C. Clark was to come to Fort Wayne, and together they would work on plans, curriculum, teach- ers, and all things connected with tzhe making ofthe school. 'The Temple Missionary Training School was opened in September, 1942, with Lloyd C. Clark as dean, and a cap- able staff. From the Hrst day great spiritual blessing was felt in the school. Soon a great sorrow was to como to the Temple, the school, the staff, and those in radio land. Before the first year was ended, on April 16, 1943, just seven months after the founding of the school, the beloved founder and presi- dent went to be with the Lord on his thirty-third' birthday. His passing seemed to be a challenge to all to "Carry on." During the years of 1943 through 1946 Rev, Lloyd C. Clark has been dean of the school. In 1943, Rev. Ralph W. Neighbour was called to the Fort Wayne Gospel Temple and appointed as president of the school. Under his leadership the school will be 3 bless. ing lo many in the years to come. 'tlVc love him, because lic first llllliff us." I' " 2' I I I 0101! ogqh ar-411 ,udqi-4331 1 Q .lllb"n ue -Q Q 7 ,I t ,Q . 'win V. .. , lv- A 1 -Y X , !,' 1 cn' U -, ,f.-N -1 ,V '. in-gums -Q-4 -i'-Qqqil ilfif ga yd ,prgpa-lf aadi' bf' Lg O O , ' I O S-.l H 1. qu-u mmiufi an ID si! O'1'll!,mbeu1rl apps' uh? QUWW hu? ul 'ku U- will pu-i-um us nan Immun as-muuff 4 U angst no My vom eww-l'-unupu dv.llid.uv1wr full hllib nlnullr XHRQIIH A Q .9 msn 01:11-n, G . ab,--bugmi-,gi -1 k D ,wi . 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EDWARD WICKERT Missionaries-Cuba REV, 81 MRS. RICHARD FELBER Missionaries-Cuba REV. :Sz MRS. ELTON BAIRD fx Pa5L0x'7,Alle-11, Michigan K JOHN KISSINGER f' Pastor-Greentown, Indiana PAUL MILLIMAN N fw f Gospel Te1npl?Junio1- Band and Recordings First Brethren Church-Director nf Music Fovt Wayne, Indiana .,gj1s':"fQ-3331 - X JH ""31f-'iis::"f' E11"F5,. ' ,A .. I--53, ." "' --""' LOUISE KIMMEL 4 if I - -4' fb? City Director nf Child Evangelism Work-For! . , , ,f ' Wayne Indiana "Hannit y-'r J .1 ' I K' ' ..it5?5fi4i ' -li-9 up J- 'Nami Q - iw afygwizw- Jgffi f , ETHE1, JONES EE, .. vis Childreifs Work .,.,,, . H i " EDNA KIMBLE 4....mfififttigwivsizdifffwpffifw ' "- ""i Missionary-Krypton, Kentucky Qwe ":'3"""i' - .tgghkj REV. D. B. GEHRES Pastor--Edgerton, Ohio KENNETH KRIDER Printer-I7oi't Wayne Gospel Temple, Fort YVayne, Indiana "He that winneth souls is wise." 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QStudents' Foreign Mission Fellowshipj or- ganization is active in many schools where Christian young people desire to know God's will in His service. 4.,, ., .. e f Pet Mzzfer: -5 , . 1 . .. .L . . is-f',-1-i2ffS.'3-4"QI,--wif?:I,2k,i'lfEi'f fic, '- 21:1 -- .a ,'..f:'l::if?.'f5-1' 'Q-i.'1f','-li" i ?,9f511a?' 'Q -f 1 ' " " 5 '. - : Z Q J' L-3-1.5.11 1 '-.1 gg - tiz:HMf,' 1.,. gf- A ith? 1, ,-sp A 1 ry gn. -' ,- - .,,.-'13 -Y f . 53, 'Fw as ti X 1 : Q ,fa . 1, nz-Y 4 'vt-Q '5' f 3 . , ' ' J I .... Q . A . 5.3-eg. 5 2.5 . ,, .. - ,FA .. mfr In response to Hebrews 4:16, we go boldly to the "throne of grace" in behalf of those who have given their all to serve Christ in the uttermost parts of the world, continu- ing to pray the Lord of the harvest that He would send forth more laborers into His harvest. "Let us therefore rome boldly unto lhe throne of grace." ffroiiiisi' Lois Witmer teaching a child evangelism class-"Now children, I am going to tell you ai story about Mr. Moody and his little boy Willie"-ibegins story! Alice linterruptingl: "'Mr. Neighbour tolcl us that story last Sunday." A X Lois ttrying to pretend there had been no interruption: "Now Mr, Neighbour said to his little boy Willie, . . . " O Heard in Church History: Mr. Mills to tht- class: "How long have we hurl our eevstern of rlo'ing-:intl I clon't mean rioting lvetween fellows rind girls." 0 fjrilv lhis voinment rloes Mr. Mills make on the nrnri.in'l- of rlvgmny zinione the Mollnninn-lluiist "0nrw- in ziwliilt- one wife is eoongii, loo mnr-li! Who suirl that ?" 9 Qur editor quoting poetry! Voulml it be the ell'4,-nts ol' spring? "Spring, SDl'lllg,b02'll11lfl.li spring. Listen to the birds and bitlnlies sing As they hop from twig to twig," 0 Dining room-everybody quiet at tables waiting for the hostess to come. ' Bea, "Let's pray." O Who puts his gum to soak at mealtime in Wrigley's Spiri- mented milk? It couldn't be the art editor! "Be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord." ---V , 5, 1, I - 1 I . 7 - I " - v 1 I P Q nf - sq ' h h , .film - A 4 A. . -UK , Y V 1 I I-ldlui IL., .. frm- .T , fl-Q 090115 Q bu. I' Q v-il-Q1 - . , -4 - Isa:-fnjqeh 9 o - , .pl-45,41 ,N ' ' ' hp,-vi , ,...4.4,J1"4", 5,-- ,,Y..'L nt 1 Q .' '. ' 1 I -4 ' P 'l'L"""lI"u '-v - 'Ar er-i '11, 'Q' Il F'- " -'tv " -1- 4-3 v 0 4 : QI' - .- 'I - -u w 'Y 'af 4. ' -' -P'-V. A , .- , ,. . Q - I ,- P 1' K V- 4 1-I 5- ' 3 - .K wg ' r Blu 44 'F' ' rl, L4 u' '11 ffl y pp . 1 :t.1u...' 4 .,, 4,,g, .. E , 6, , , gg -.- V--..,.l1, -5 o, , 5 HL ,vu , ,,uil..'4,xI,i.- , E . 1 " Q, .nil fo .ln I-lu.: u-A fur 1 ,px Y. . " 9 ' -" ' -Ibis' ' N. ' .l- ,. ,dr l '- " 54- lf Q- -" , 4 ... .Y -, -'D 'EO 9- - g -A-1. 1 I , . 5. 4? g 4 ' ' '4.l - .Q lk., ' ,,, A X 1' - ' " '-' 1' A .gg IE I- -'-.'r-T . . ..u-41'-'!,h:-Dlv-!Qf- f .5105 Tron? gg.: I.-. 1 ' ",. ' A I' Q 0091 1- li' - 5 ' v '-l'lf'QQ , -x'-J.. in A l , ll, ,', ' - ' .,': ' , , ' - 'B '-'12 '--I - -1 Usillidishziilllosnzf 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 23 4 28 7 9 21 25 12 v SEPTEMBER Monday-"Hi Kid, good to see you back." "What'cha been doing?" "I never thought you'd make it." "Just think, our last year." These remarks and many more were chiming through the halls as everyone was getting settled for a new semester at T.M.T.S. Tuesday-A hearty welcome from the faculty to the students. Wednesday-Our president stood before us and ex- nounded the truths of II Timothy 2:15. Thtisday-One of those famous "long chapelsf' Mr. Clark laid down the law but really it wasn't so bad. Friday-All our missionaries were seated on the nlat- form for our chapel. We bade Ed and Henrietta Wickert and the Toiracs good-bye and God'q blessing as they go to the places where God has called them. Sunday-Beginning of the Youth Conference with the Anclersonrx Monday-Everyone arrived with their blue jeans and calico dresses for it's "Clean un day." Sunday--Frances Dowty and Toiracs leave for Haiti. Close of the Youth Conference. OCTOBER Tbhursday-First F,M.F of the year led by Grace Ham- lin. Saturday-Traditional Halloween oarty. Everyone Lherie-even the colored friends. Then a scavenger un . NOVEMBER Wednesday-aEveryone crams for mideterms. If we had only studied harder before. Friday-Corny has to leave school. Rom. 8:28. Wednesdav--Thanksgiving vacation. Turkey with Mother and Dad. Sunday-Close of Founder's Week. Dr. Lakin gave a stirring message tonight. DECEMBER , Wednesday-Everyone exuosed to the Hu hug. "I open- ed the window and in-flew-enza." "Thou crownest the year with thy goodness." 18, Tuesday-Christmas party in studio, Didn't Rev. Clark look "charming" presiding at the punch bowl? Every- one was a child once again as we heard the Christmas story from Mrs. Bowman. Thursday-Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! "Do you think the bus has gone down yet? Did I hear the taxi? Where is my ticket?" Quiet reigns again. Christmas vacation. JANUARY Wednesday-Jack Will discharged from the Merchant Marines. "Grand to see you back, Jack." Monday-Get your G string' in tune because it's time for our first orchestra reliarsal. Miriam Klopfen- stein, directoress. Tuesday-Apologetic's class. Subject, "The linn with the gold uppers," gleanings made bv our nrofessor from the outstanding book, "Ken Rides the Range." Friday-HFirst orchestra performance. Really sounds good, too. Monday-Everyone has his nose in a book. It must be exams again. Tuesday-Mr. Swank, missionary from Africa, showed pictures in chapel. Friday-A sigh of relief! Exams are over. A dorm party to celebrate. Remember the "Sorry" game, , Monday-Registration. "Welcome to our school, girls!" FEBRUARY Thursday--Jimmy and Louise are off to Cuba. Tuesdav-Abe Lincoln's heart was glarldened as we sang "Hapny Birthdav" to him in the dining room. Saturday-Congratulations, Eleanor, for the best solo in the contest. MARCH Monday-A new quartettef' fgirlsl make their debute in chapel this morning. Monday-Wanda has conquered the mumps and is APRIL Friday-Everyone is sent home with a bad case of Spring fever. Cure--ten days at home. back again. MAY Thursday-Annual School picnic. JUNE Monday-The next few days will tell the tale. Final exams. .Timior-Senior Banouet. Friday-Last day of school. Commencement. Diploma. 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