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Constructed with care and skill,
Pillars and joints and arches
Were placed according to his will.
Men said, when viewing its beauty:
"It will stand the test of time -- "5
Great is thy skill, ye builder,
But thy structure is not divine.
A minister builded a temple,
He labored with skill and care --
Placing each pillar with patience,
Laying each stone with great care.
Invisible were all his efforts --
Few knew of his marvelous plan,
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FRED L. AUGHINBAUGH
A teacher with untiring effort, a loyal devotion to Trinity College, and
an earnest love for the Lord is the beloved Dr. Fred L. Aughinbaugh. One
of the oldest instructors, he has been associated with the school for a num-
ber of years. His heart is definitely with the schoolg and he is continually
making opportunities for the inexperienced students to serve their Lord
in preaching, singing, and song- leading. Some former and present students
were led to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ by this man of God.
Dr. 8: Mrs. Aughinbaugh are wonderful examples of daily Christians.
lt is a joy to visit in their home where the presence of the Lord is felt.
Because of their zeal for the lost, they have formed Faith Church, a small
but spiritual soul-saving station in Tampa.
Never is Dr. Aughinbaugh too busy or tired to answer a puzzling question
or discuss a problemg he is genuinely interested in each pupil. Every day
in his classes new truths are revealed from Crod's Word, and more and
more are realized the privileges that belong to the Christian in Christ
Jesus. ln future years these lessons will prove invaluable in the ministry,
on the mission field, or in any other work as the Lord has led. As he
stands before a group teaching, his silver hair gleaming, one can see the
beauty of the Lord in him.
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Words can't express the sentiment of the student body toward Dr.
William T. Watson. This brilliant president, who has given every-
thing to further the training of young people for full- time Christian
service, is loved, respected, and admired by everyone.
Outstanding to all is his manner of conducting chapel servicesg
his waiting on the Lord before prayer time has a special place in
lt is not unusual to see him holding one of the babies around
school or to see him in the kitchen preparing a favorite delicacy.
There is never a problem too small to ask his advice about --
he's understanding in every manner.
Earthly goods are not his goal, but he will receive his rewards
in heaven, where he will share a part of the souls won by those
who have obtained training under his guidance at Trinity College.
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cumsTsAN-:SERVICE May 11, 1952
To the Class of 1952:
Greetings in the name of our Lord. . . No class, from this or
any other school, ever faced such great possibilities for suc-
cess in Christian service as do you. The fields are indeed
nwhite unto harvestn. The world has tried peace organizations,
international compactsg but what man has attempted to do is
doomed to utter failure, because it is a program without Christ.
You have the answer!
You, who are well trained for Christian service, who have exper-
ienced the love of Christ in your lives, and who have a burden
for souls, with the Gospel which is the Npower of Godn have
what the world is in desperate need of today. Christ is the
answer, so make Him known wherever you go.
It has been a joy to have had you with us in school here at
Trinity College. Many are the times that we have been made to
rejoice during your years with us as we have watched the spir-
itual progress in your lives as you have been deepened in the
things of the Lord and have grown and developed both spiritually
and mentally. Do not feel that because you are graduating or
receiving a diploma from Trinity College that your years of
training have ended. You will be in school as long as you live,
and he who has ceased to learn has ceased to live.
Always remember that you are an important part of Trinity Col-
lege wherever you go. Should Jesus tarry, some of you will be
serving in the homeland and others in foreign fieldsg but the
sacred, common ties of Christian fellowship, which you have
experienced while in training at Trinity, should always bind
our hearts together even though we are far apart. Please feel
at all times that this is nyour schooln. Your prayers and
your sacrificial giving will make it possible for Trinity to
do for others what it has done for you.
My parting message to you is this -- be faithful to the task to
which you have been called of the Lord and do the work well that
has been assigned you in His field of service. Remember that it
is nnot by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord
' Yo s for Youth,
m. T. Watson,
Mrs William Hess Rev H A Sams DF- E- C Bragg D' W T Watson
MRS. SAMMIE M. HESS B A REGISTRAR
REV. HORACE A. SAMS B A M A BRE
Sunday School Administration
DR. ERVENE C. BRAGG, B A TH B D D
DR. WILLIAM T. WATSON D D PRESIDENT
MRS. MARY LILLY, B, A
PROF. RUFUS S. PERKINS
MISS MARY CRIVELLI, R
High School English
Dr. F. L. Aughinbaugh Rev G B Wetherbee Mrs
MRS. WILLIAM T. WATSON
Bible History and Geography
DR. FRED L. AUGHINBAUGH, M A D D
Old Testament Survey
REV. GEORGE B. WETHERBEE
Parables of Jesus
MRS. EDGAR H. YATES, B.A.
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We, the Senior Class of Trinity College, deem it a great privilege and
honor to belong to such an illustrious family. Little did we realize when
we came to school to begin our Freshman year of study that the years would
pass so rapidly. As we begin our first year of study, we look at three years
as almost endless, but as we think back into the past, it seems as only yes-
Upon our arrival at Trinity we were met with a warm Christian welcome
from those who had been there the year before. Right away we felt that we
had been taken into the Trinity family. Many of us had dreamed of the time
when we might enter such a school as this to prepare to serve our King, and
to us it was a dream come true. During the first week of classes we became
acquainted with the members of the faculty, and we have never ceased to
admire their lives and to thank God for Dr. Watson, who has sacrificed for
many of the students to come here to study the Word of God.
Only five members of the graduating class have been here for the full
four years which are required for a degree. These are Kitty Gilliam, Rex
Lilly, Clyde Snader, Frank Miller, and Ina Mae Gilliam. During the three
years since then, we have added several new members to our class, making
a total of fourteen. During the second year we added these three new mem-
bers to our class: George White, Pat Morgan, and Edgar Yates. Last year
in September Donald Mank, John Taylor, and John Doyle came to join us.
This year again we are happy to welcome these three into the group: Joe
Chen, Ernest Cavallo, and Harold Walker. All of these students have fin-
ished two or three years at other colleges and have come here to finish the
one year required for a degree.
During our first year here in school we had many wonderful blessings
from the Lord. The spiritual lives of the students were enriched when we had
the privilege of hearing Dr. Warren Walker give a series of messages on
the deeper life. Dr. Walker is a former student of the school.
Dr. O. J. Smith brought many challenging messages to the student body
during our second year here. Many of the students answered the call of
Christ to go to the regions beyond to tell the story of salvation.
Last year was a great year for the students as well as the faculty of
Trinity. The school purchased the Belleair Country Inn and converted it into
a Bible school. What a wonderful day on January 19, 1950, when we moved
into our new and present school home!
During this year also Dr. Billy Graham, the well-known evangelist, came
to visit the school. Dr. Graham is alsoa former student of the school. He
made the statement that Trinity College has one of the most beautiful cam-
puses that he has ever seen for a Bible school. Certainly we ought to praise
God for our school!
Much of the history of this class is yet to be written. Soon we shall be
leaving the doors of Trinity to go forth to tell a lost world of Christ's loveg
but wherever we go, upon the golden pages of memory are engraved our
remembrances of Trinity.
The prayer of our hearts is that we may be found faithfully "Holding
forth the. Word of Life, that we may rejoice in the day of Christ, that we have
not run in vain, neither labored in vain."
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Ernest George Cavallo, Jr. -- the Bostonian -- a mus-
tache in the Lord's army -- enjoys sitting at a table of
girls -- Col. 1:25.
Rexford Lilly -- "Uncle Rex" ---Bobby's proud papa --
a perfect Christian gentleman, -- Ga. 2:20.
Donald E. Mank -- just out of a band-box -- ambassador
for the Lord -- parade promoter -- Zech. 4:6c.
Clyde Martin Snader -- Vandenburg fan -- ask me any
scripture! -- wants to look pretty for his girl up north --
John Vernon Taylor -- he'll paint your house for a
price -- curly -- tough daddy -- Gal. 2:20. '
John Charles Doyle Qnot pictured, -- treasurer of Florida
West Coast N.A.E. -- a quiet soul -- preacher for Concord
Baptist Church -- Matt. 6:33. 2 ,tier Qwajb.
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Ina Mae Gilliam -- little bit -- faithful bell-ringer -- p
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Ellwyn Clarence Morgan -- master MC -- singing he goes --
something new this year -- horn- rimmed glasses -- John 3:30.
Harold W. Walker -- speedy -- nature lover -- Cupid's target --
George Jefferson White -- expert shoe salesman -- vigorous song
leader -- tall, lean, good- looking -- Isa 41:10.
Edgar H. Yates -- "Cuddles" -- lives a gracious Christian life --
ready with the flowers for the next banquet -- Prov. 3:5,6.
Harry W. Flickinger Knot picturedl -- shepherd of Lake g'
E- U B. Church -- how he loves shrimp! -- runs taxi service for
W' Ladies' Mission Society -- Psa. 37:5.
f se aration the class of 1952 is united for the Golden
After many years o p
Anniversary of Trinity College. What a change thirty years. can make.
Former grads are united once again -- it surely is wonderful. Ships, trains,
planes, buses, autos, everyone is arriving. . .
' ' an books, papers, and journals while in
Clyde Snader, having written m y
evangelistic campaign meetings, is head of the committee. He is a P1'O1'I11I1e1'11Z
figure among all churches and has kept in contact with most of his class
chums. Bob Matherly, former business manager of the Beacon, is assisting
Cl de, especially in raising funds for the event. He is a valuable minister
in the Southern Baptist organization.
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at making chop suey since she's been in China for twenty years. lt has been
her privilege to see hundreds won to Christ. Kitty Gilliam is keeping the
menu balanced with helpful hints she's gained from laboring with the Spanish
race in South America.
At the morning service, Pat Morgan is to conduct the congregational
singing and render a special nurnber. God has given Pat's daughter, Janet,
a beautiful voice, and she is to sing with him. No one's music can compare
with the piano playing of Forrest Saltman, a talented radio musician. He will
be playing for all services during the conference. Speakers in the opening
service are to be Rev. Harry Flickinger, pastor of the First United Brethern
Church in New York City, and Rev. Don Mank, the pastor of Lighthouse Mis-
sion in New Orleans. The missionary talk is to be given by Harold Walker,
now working with the people of Italy.
Emcee for the youth meeting is Bob Flower, one of the nation's best
with children. All the children attending are grandchildren of the class.
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' for the service, and Mr
Ina Mae Gilliam, Missionary to India, is singing ,
and Mrs. Frank Miller fthe former Vivian Swaimj will tell the children of
race and their work in Japan
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The final service will be under the guidance of Rev. Edgar Yates , who has
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John Doyle, who is noted for this type of service. After brief 'talks from
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is a reat ersonal worker, Dr. William T. Watson will close the reunion
with a sermon everyone is anxious to hear. It will seem good to hear him
preach again. V
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ing -- blinking headlights -- Prov. 3:5,6.
Robert Monroe Giles -- composer -- hairless -- Old Faithful at
Bateman's broadcast -- Phil. 3:10.
i Virginia Cathryn Gilliam -- keeps the dining hall tables in or-
der -- black luxurious locks -- in the Victory Three -- Rom. 8:37,39.
Robert Eugene Matherly -- "moron" the beam than off -- strong '
physique -- manager supreme -- I Tim 4:8.
Dorothy Claire Mooney -- pearly white things that bite -- either
hi or lo in the Victory Three -- lending hand -- Psa. 2.7.
Forrest Hart Saltsman -- humble spirit -- master ivory tick-
ler -- how he loves low voices! -- Rom. 1:16. -
Phyllis Patricia Spangler -- all time heart-pal -- now is the time
for all good men to come to the aid of Phyllis Spangler -- music
minded -- Isa. 4l:lO,l3. ' -
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Fae Rosaline Baker -- first sop in Trinity College Trio --
always willing, she and Oochie -- proud of her third finger,
left hand -- Prov. 3:5,6.
James Keith Bovaird-- yearbook"must" inart -- fisher-
man -- determination, even toward wedding bells -- Josh.
' 119. .
Lois Linwood Coker -- innocent as a cuddly kitten --
charming and efficient -- sings second sop in the Trinity
Trio -- Rev. 3:8.
Rosia Denia Echevarria -- sweet senorita -- steady pas-
senger of Dr. Aughinbaugh -- Damaris interpreter -- Matt.
Vivian Jean Exley -- likes Canadian post- marks -- pep-
py pianist and accordianist -- adds what's needed in the
Victory Three -- Isa. 40:31.
Mary Lee Fisher -- follows the fads -- either running
orchasing -- a finger in every musical pie -- Matt. 5:16.
Lorretta Irene Gilliam -- snack "bar-tender" -- likes
that song When Johnny comes marching home" -- chef's
assistant -- Num. 23:19.
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Norma J. Groves -- likes girls' study hall -- St. Pete's
Caruso -- swell fellow -- Gal. 2:20.
George A. Johnson -- Foremost man -- -a preacher God
uses -- chief bottle-washer -- John 1527.
Nelson Louis Kikly -- father of darling kids -- question-
box -- earnest student -- Rom. 1:16. ,
BarbaraDorothea Kuehn -- the bird of "The Bird Song" --
Pepsodent smile -- vitality to spare -- Prov. 3:5,6.
Sarah Louise McElhaney - - baby face -- a winning way
with children -- "Beacon" art mistress -- Psa. 37:4,5.
Joseph Hoffman Preston -- you break it, he'll fix it,
especially typewriters -- pretty boy -- two jobs and college
all at once -- a handful -- Gal. 2:20.
Elmer D. Shertzer -- rejoices at mail call -- could it
be Janey? -- makes fine progress an intercessor -- usable
vessel -- Psa. 84:lO,ll.
Gertrude Isadora Smith -- happy go lucky -- sweet
tooth -- "busting out all over" with cute ideas -- Prov.
Celesta Hope Sutton -- a good cook -- she knows her
husband is boss -- aim: to bring light to the darkened souls
of African lepers -- Gal. 2:20.
Lester R. Suttonf-- devoted to God's vinyard - - hefty
he-man -- bound for Africa -- John l4:6.
Mabel Marie Titus -- the first-year girls' adopted moth-
er -- spiritual leader -- "Lights out, girls" -- Il Tim. l:7.
Ruth Louise Titus -- pretty peepers -- "Ruthie" -- bright
as a flame -- Phil. 4:13. l
Freda Myrtle Walton -- pitchpipe for the trio of Trinity
College -- beautiful brown- eyed editor -- you name it,
she'll do it -- Isa. 65:24.
Franklin Delano Williams -- A-l preacher -- level-
headed, understanding -- slo-motion, except on date night --
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' are smiling . . ." -- "Geo-ah-gia" drawl -- Psa. 56:13. 3
William Claude Casey -- Mr. Perkins' little friend -- Super- if
sonic -- dashing and sensational -- Rom. 8:28.
J if Naomi Ruth Corts -- editor's indispensable aid -- bond-slave 9
' J' to her work -- anybody need a wedding soloist ? -- John l5:7. 4
1 m Mary Crivelli -- takes care of our aches and pains - fond of
fun -- excellent hospital witness -- Gal. 2:20. 'I
Margaret E.Davis - dimpled darling -- mischievous blue eyes --
y 2 million dollar wardrobe -- Mark 11:24. Z
A Reuben M. Ely, Jr. -- Publix necessity -- working toward the
J ministry -- wise as a serpent, harmless as a dove - Psa. l33:l. li
Lillian Josephine Faulkner -- contagious laugh -- lovely blush -- il
sleeping beauty -- Psa. 37:4,5.
Howard H. Harper -- passion for school -- Japan missions, his '
goal -- Wowie Howie, the football fiend -- ll Cor. 5:19-21.
Mary AnnHurley - sky scraper soprano - - efficient secretary --
sweetness personified -- Phil. 3gl3,l4.
James Ralph Keene, Jr. -- following in his father's footsteps
toward the ministry - "Og" fmuscle-boundl - lives in a daze --
Luther Franklin Law, Jr. -- Kitty's cousin -- the friendly
undertaker -- could he be an organist? -- Psa. 19:14.
Ellsworth William Lewis Jr. -- hunk of man -- "Blondie" -- the
big wheel at Child's Park Methodist Church -- Prov. 2.7-l
Cathryn Hilda McCormick -- Winsome personality -- full of gump-
tion and humor -- "The Tone Kid" -- ha! -- Isa. 6:8.
Franklin Delano McLellan -- ambitious soul-seeker -- toeless
behind that lawn mower - eager for service - Phil. 4:13.
Wilma Lea Mellinger -- peaches and cream -- bright eyes --
little "Diana" -- John 14:27.
Ronnie Marshall Mikkelson -- brain- dust -- enthusiastic go-
getter -- cute and comical -- Phil. 4:13. ., A
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advice -- Rom. 1:16.
Billie Gilliam Mor an cream of the crop -- "Mama" -- her
interest: Janet, Pat -- Eph. Z:4,5.
Warren Nubern -- less fuss, please -- preacher, teacher, reach-
-- "Junior" -- Rom. 1:16.
Ernest M. Pierce, Jr. -- winning smile -- small edition of Billy
Graham -- "l'll never love blue eyes again!" -- Josh. l:9.
Marjorie Sanders Preston -- never a cross word from Margie --
children's worker at the Gospel Tabernacle -- zealous and depend-
able -- John 15:16. 1
Mona Jean Reichard -- snapping eyes -- accented expression --
man hater, says who? -- Gal. 2:20.
John Rigby -- "carrot top" -- a smile that closes his eyes --
Cupid's helper -- Jer. Z3:3.
Damaris Rodriguez -- amigo de todo -- popular Cuban addition --
"Sweetie" -- Psa, 2731, .
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builder of homes -- busy as a bee -- Dan. 1213.
David Starling -- a busy little boy when it comes to eating --
grounded deep though young -- sweet sixteen? -- Jer. 33:3.
Florence Lorraine Tutell -- baby talk -- Phoenix gal with a hunk
of ice -- where? -- she's singing mighty low -- Isa. 41:10.
Helen W. Johnson fnot picturedf -- George's better half -- cap-
able secretary for any church -- sweet and lovely -- Phil. 4:13.
Paul C. Reynolds Knot picturedj -- technical -- dignified and dy-
namic -- he'll fill the bill for a top radio announcer -- Prov. 3:5,6.
"This one thing I do . . . reaching forth unto those
things which are before, l press toward the mark
for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ
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"Study to show thyself approved unto God. 21 W0fkmaf1 fhaf C H R I S TIA N, SE RVIC E
needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth
-- II Tim. 2:15. WM T WATSON D D, President
RINITY C LIECE
Trinity College offers a home courseg it is a concise yet comprehensive Bible study course for
those who cannot attend the college. This course is designed to help the Christian to be a better
student of the Word and to be a more effective soul winner. The course can be completed in a
few weeks or months, the number depending upon the amount of time the student can give to the
study. Notes can also be made available for group study in classes. After completing a semester
or one of the five major divisions, the answers are mailed to Trinity Collegeg and the school mails
a certificate in return. The regular records of the school will then have to your credit fifteen
semester hours, which you may use if you later wish to enter the college.
This course is divided into five great major divisions:
I. THE BIBLE -- THE WORD OF GOD
The student will leam in this study the o ' ' d
rigin an history of the Bible, the great divisions
of both the New and Old Testaments, and ways and methods of Bible study,
II. BIBLE DOCTRINE
The great major doctrines of the Bible, including the doctrine of God, the doctrine of Jesus
Christ, the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, and other subjects,
III. FALL AND REDEMPTION OF MAN
The origin of man, the fall, the story of redemption as provided in Christ, the new birth, and
the Christian Life.
IV. FAITH AND REPENTANCE
A helpful study on the plan and purpose of salvatio A '
n. portion is devoted to methods and
ways of doing personal evangelismg a help in soul winning.
V. CHRIST AND THE EARLY CHURCH
A study of the life of Christ. This includes the history of the early church and the leaders
Every Christian will be inspired by this study '
The cost is only 510. This amount covers the notes, grading of the papers by school instructors
and the attractive certificate. '
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SO ME FORMER STUDENTS
Dr. Billy Graham
Mr. Bill Harvey
Rev. 8a Mrs. Harry McGee
Rev. Wendell Phillips
Rev. Gaynor Blouin
Rev. 8a Mrs. Fred Boldt
Miss Alma Catlett
Rev. Phillip Green
Miss Elsie Moody
Rev. Roy Gustafson
Miss Evangelyn Hicks
Rev. Harold Harlee
Rev. Robert Godfrey
Rev. Geo. Alexander
SERVING IN TI-IE FIELD OF E
Builder 8: Evangelism
SOME FORMER STUDENTS SERVING
Rev. 8: Mrs. Karl Lyben Missionaries
Miss Betty Mills New Tribes
Rev. 'Sc Mrs. Bob Adams C. M, A.
Chaplain Murray Bragon Chaplain ,
Rev. Orland Corwin Missionary
Rev. Giles Clark Home Missions
Dr. 8L Mrs. Everett LeForge Medical
Mrs. Fred Brotherton Applied
Miss Shirley Butler Applied
Mrs. Priscilla Holmes Mid-Missions
Miss Eunice Hoolsema Hebrew Missions
Mrs. Gifford Beckon Missionary
Belgi Missfoio WARD S M r
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Montreat, N. C. DT-
All States Mr
Beckley, W. Va.
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South America Re.
Africa ' Re,
West Indies Re.
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C' DV- 86 MVS- C- Bragg Teacher-Trinity College
Mrs. Sammie Hess Registrar, Teacher-Trinity College
MIS- Marv Lllly Teacher-Trinity College
Rev Lloyd Boldt Youth for Christ-Ft. Wayne, Indiana
Mr. John H. Cook Assistant Chaplain in Army
Mrs R. D. Burress Girls' Counselor, Librarian-Trinity College
Mrs. Agnes Bowling Christian Service Beckley, W. Va.
Mrs. Dorothy Lennon Nolen Teacher New Jersey
la Miss Lucille Gibson Salvation Army Jacksonville, Fla.
.IES SOME FORMER STUDENTS SERVING AS PASTORS
Rev. Sz Mrs. Howard Knowles Baptist Charleston, S. C.
Rev. Ralph Kyle Baptist ' Atlanta, Ga.
Rev. 8a Mrs. Walter Matheny Baptist Ozona, Fla.
Rev. Robert Martin Baptist Toccoa, Ga.
a Rev. Warren Walker Baptist Corpus Christie, Texas
Rev. Lewis Minter Methodist Cedar Keys, Fla.
Rev. Roscoe Meadows St. Petersburg, Fla.
Rev. gc Mrs. Hobart Parrqw Baptist Hudson, Fla.
Rev. Howard Porter Methodist Florida
Rev. 8a Mrs. Wm. Parsons Baptist Spencerville, Ohio
Rev. Cecil Smith Baptist Virginia
Rev. 85 Mrs. Jack Strimel C.M.A. Irwin, Pa.
Rev. Calvin Thorpe Baptist New York State
Rev. 8: Mrs. Harkins Howard So. Methodist Mullins, S. C.
Rev. Latimer Brooker C.M.A. Akron, O.
Rev. 8a Mrs. Charles Massey Baptist Arlington, Mass.
Rev. Steve Cloud Baptist Flamington, Ala.
Rev. .SL Mrs. Paul Martin Baptist Texas
Rev. Howard Rich Baptist Mississippi
Rev. Howard Thompson . Baptist Tennessee
Rev. Byram Glaze Baptist Columbus, Ga.
Rev. Tom Hodgin Baptist St. Joseph, Mo.
Rev. Sc Mrs. Atleigh Hoefler Baptist California
d ts enter the thresh-hold of Trinity they
From Year toefealr as ' h ' a reat testimony of the power of
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are remmded O 1 S 1 f North Carolina when a tiny baby boy was born,
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God' Deep In e ear O 'lliam T. Watson, to God and followed him
a mother gave her son, DT- W1
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th her prayers an
through the years W1 ' 'on of her son come true in the development of
She lived to see the visi
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this great institution of Trim y - l
On the banks of the beautiful Hillsborough River at Temple Terrace,
t d the luxurious country club which became the home
Florida, was situa e
of the Florida Fundamental Bible Institute in the year of 1932. Amid the
' d t tel ines laden with old Spanish
tropical setting of swaying palms an s a y p
d' rse kinds and colors of Florida flowers. Nested here
moss, grew ive
' h d'work, students, teachers, and guests felt
among the beauty of God s an 1
the sweetness of God's presence as they fellowshipped together.
Many will recall these happy hours and the quiet time of prayer spent
in the tower overlooking the winding river topped with lilies. Here on the
banks of this same river some years later a North Carolina boy prayed
h d usin the old rotted pine stumps for his pulpit. Today he
and preac e , g
is A.merica's outstanding evangelist, Dr. Billy Graham!
' h d s iritual
Over a period of eleven years the halls rang with t e eep p
truths imparted by such great men as Dr. H. C. Morrison, and Buddy
Robinson, Dr. Wm. R. Newell, Dr. W. B. Riley, and Billy Sunday.
In the spring of 1943 the officials of the school, composed of twelve
b d members, sold the property in Temple Terrace and purchase a
new home for the Florida Bible Institute in St. Petersburg, Florida. During
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the war years of World War Il, this location served as an idea p a
the school. In 1947 Florida Bible Institute enlarged its curriculum and
faculty and became Trinity College of Florida.
During these intermittent years Dr. Watson was seeking a permanent
home, which he found in the Belleair section of Clearwater, Florida-
Trinity College now overlooks the blue waters of Clearwater Bay and the
Gulf of Mexico. This property was formerly the social center of the riCh
SP01't111g element of the winter tourists on the west coast of Florida-
MOney was laviously spent to make it attractive without and within. The
masswe eesme 1'00m, believed by many to be the most beautiful in Florida,
was the P1306 where huge sums of money changed hands nightly in the sea-
ivfglgtliafter olfficers raided the place it was for sale, and Trinity College
told itetpucilllc asir. The change was so amazing that the Associated Press
Christ. t e .na ion. To see this place now being used exclusively 215 3
,lan ralfnng Center and for winter Bible conferences is to feel that
Ce1't21n1Y 3 miracle has taken place,
S we reminisce over the pages of the ast we recall the nameS and
i3?g2I:1Sl,E.IEf?tiSS if1?rinitY-.trained workerspserving in all major derrlfmi'
Evangelical W 1 live reading an exciting Page from "Whole Who ln the
or d. It thrills our hearts to know that through the Years
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iafiiiyci- 001 has mamtamed a Strong Stand for historic fundamental Christ-
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came the home
1932. Amid the
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of prayer spent
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lina boy prayed
ulpit. Today he
ie deep spiritual
fison, and Buddy
riposed of twelve
and purchased a
.n ideal place for
s' curriculum and
:ing a permanent
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:oast of Florida.
and within. The
,utiful in Florida,
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1es is to feel that
,ll the names and
ll major demOI11'
Nho's who in the
hrough the Years
William T. Watson, D,D,
Oliver Williams, D,D,
Miss I. E. Reinhart
Secretary of Board
Dr, Oliver William Judge Roger Snyder
Rev, John Minder J. T. Mathes
Dr, E'. C, Bragg
C. L. Spangler
Dr. F. L. Aughinbaugh
Dr, Gerald B. Winrod
Dr, W, T. Watson
Mrs. W. T, Watson Miss J. E. Reinhart
Mrs. Mabel Titus, Housemother
Mr, Marold Grover, Dean
Mr. Rufus Perkins, Counsellor for young men
Mrs. R, D, Burress, Housemother
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Are you planning to visit Florida? Do you desire the best spiritual atmos-
phere? Come and spend a delightful Holiday at Trinity College. The students,
hose lives have been dedicated to Christ's service, will be a source of real
t in the extra-cur-
blessing. You are invited to visit the classes and to take par
Rates are moderate and families can be accomodated. Any further information
d b writing Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Massey, Trinity College,
may be obtaine y
The Masseys are in charge of the Guest Department and also do much other
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work in regard to the
oversees the young men in care of the grounds.
school. Mrs. Massey is our hostess, whi e er
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Mr. George Alexander was born in Samos, Greece, an cam
in 1910, where he was in business for himself. He was Converted at the Tampa
Christian Missionary Alliance Church. He then enrolled as one of the first stu-
dents Of Trinity Co1lege,at that time known as the Florida Bible Institute, located
at Ten'1P1e.Te1'1'aCeiT1 Tampa. During his years of learning, he served the schOO1
as Chef? 111 January 1951, he returned to resume his position. He now holds
services at Tarpon Springs every Saturday night, speaking and singing in his
We thank the Lord for a Christian cook who loves the Lord and in turn wantS
to serve the students.
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Clara TCCIS Student IH study
Many years ago when the school was known as the Flor1da Blble lnst1tute
the Clara Teets Mernorlal Llbrary was establlshed 1n memory of a charmlng
ChT1St1an lady MISS Clara Teets of New York The large portralt and a donat1on
of cash are valuable because they were g1ven by her brother Mr H M Teets
The l1brarycons1sts of several thousand books on var1ous subjects of mterest
to young men and women prepar1ng for Chrlstlan servlce Regular l1brary hours
are observed as many students take advantage of lt for the1r study per1ods
Because of the growth of the school and the need of a larger llbrary fac1l1t1es
we are askmg frlends of the school to remember 1n prayer the enlargement pro
gram of the Clara Teets Memorlal Llbrary
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Mrs R D Bun-egg Students buymg supphes
The Tr1n1ty College bookstore 1S under the d1rect1on of the Mrs R D Burress
All assortments of books by noted wrlters are avallable to students as well as
guests of the College A Wlde selectlon of ch1ldren's books, Blbles song books
d1ct1onar1es, and assorted greetlngs cards, are a b1g help to the students when
lt 1S 11T1POSS1blC to get th1S type of llterature 1n the Clty Plans are belng made
for a wlder select1on of books by noted wrlters
The Snack Bar -- the busiest place on the carnpusg
to r: P. Spangler, ' ' '
M, Crivellr, I. Grllram, F. McLellan
The Nursery children with Mama Browngl to r: Susan
Johnson, Janet Morgan, Mickey Preston, Patty Sutton.
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What a glorious summer it was for the students of Trinity College as they
branched out to most of the states of the Union with the gospel of the Lord Jesus
Christ. Many of them were working in children's clubs and camps, while others
were in evangelistic work, etc. From reports that were sent back to school,
there were hundreds of souls saved through their ministry. How we do praise
God for His goodness to us this past summer.
Maywe trust Him for greater things in the future as we strive to do His will.
Jeremiah 33:3--"Call unto me and I will answer thee and show thee great and
mighty things which thou knowest not."
Three of our girls, Ina Mae Gilliam,
Mary Fisher, and Louise McElhaney,
were counselling at a youth camp in
Savannah, Georgia, during the months
of June, July, and August. Over three
hundred boys and girls accepted Christ
as Saviour. Our Motto - "Save a Child
and you save a lifeg save an adult and
you only save a soul."
D - .
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l- - .. . in her own home chur h ' S
Florxda during the first two weeks of zfugillgt. arasota,
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this summer to several states of the Union and to Canada "singing the Gospel."
Many hearts were touched and souls were saved during the time they were to-
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Many of our young men were out this past summer
preaching the Gospel. Bob Matherly established
several youth fellowship groups in West Virginia.
Clyde Snader was in Cartersville, Virginia, in a
revival campaign where many found the Lord as
Saviour. Frank Williams and George White spoke
and sang in several churches in and around Columbus ,
Georgia. As a result there are now three more stu-
dents from Columbus with us in school.
However, it is just as important to be teachers
as well as preachers of the Word. Bob Flower, along
with other students, was used of the Lord in teaching
a class of boys in Sunday ,School at the Methodist
Church in St. Petersburg. How we praise God for
the way He uses those who are willing to be used of
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Other students take part in giving the Word by preach-
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Bob, Norman, Elmer,
Clyde, Jail Services,
County Jail in Clear-
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chorr drrector Sunday School
teacher solorst and chorr leader
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recordings, tape recordings, and
other radio work in Trinity College. i
C Dottie, Kitty, Vivian singing praises
to God every place they go: Trinity
College Youth and Life, trailer
camps, nearby churches of various
nacles, wood or brick churches
wherever the Lord leads.
Fae, Freda, Lin always ready to serve
the Lord in: tents, factories, taber
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Kitty McCormick . . . . . . . . . S6Cl'3fafY'T1'ea?Ufef
Franklin McLellan. . . ..... . . . PICSKISHI
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The job of soul-winning is left to you and me. We need a new
vision of the multitudes who are lost and on their way to hell.
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Near the beginning of our school year
a challenge was presented to the Tract
Club by Mrs. D. T. McMullen of Clear-
water. Her heart was burdened over
the idea of reaching every house in
Clearwater with the Gospel.
Trinity College decided by the help
of the Lord to accomplish the task. Soon
many of the young people had rolled up
their sleeves and were found contacting
men and women for Christ all over the
city. Among white and colored alike we X 1
saw that the Gospel message and the E151 ,f
testimonies of the students affected 1' -Q' ' ' many hearts and lives, Only eternity In .
will reveal the number of souls that have 6 6
been saved by this effort.
fe' f T i Far away on distant shores, many souls are in despair,
F their hearts are sad, and weighted clown with sm.
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ff: - -' Persecutions from without and fear within.
1 1 Pra that these missionaries will be able to bring
light into sin-darkened lives: Rev. and Mrs. Harvey
J. Butler and Shirley fTrinity graduatej, Lucknowg
Jean and Earl Conradg Rev. and Mrs. Norman Culverg
Rev. Helsby and Bible Seminaryg Rev. and Mrs. R.
M. Rabeg Rev. and Mrs. Wesleyg Native leaderRev,
Nelson: Rev. and Mrs. Weatherby, Y.F.C.: Mr. AI1 -
derson and Bible School.
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SEATED: Margaret, Kitty, Dottie,
Ina Mae, STANDING: Fae, Elmer,
Through these and other faithful workers, God's
Word is being carried to thousands behind the
Madam Chiang Kai-shek, Rev. and Mrs. Harry
Taylor, Elmer Kilbourne, Samuel Gam, Dave
Morken, Mr. Siao, John Abernathy, Korea, Joe
Chen and family. X
The China Prayer Group daily pray that the
spread of Communism in China will be halted and
thatthe China doors will once again be opened to
admit mis s ionar ie s .
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Howard and Rene Street,
Belgian Congog Madge
and Jack Brotherton, as -
sistedby the Camerons,
in French Equatoriale
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Beverly, who are lan-
The establishment of a
leper clinic by the Bro-
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are especially in need of
your prayer and support.
Will you be faithfulin
lifting them up before
our God of mercy and
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Frank, Mona, Mrs. Hess, Bob,
The Islands of the Sea Prayer Group pray daily for these who have answered the
call of the Lord: Rev. and Mrs. Francisco Rodriguez, Cubag Rev. and Mrs.
Arthur Pain, Cubag Edna and Jane Green, Jamaicag Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cross,
Trinidad, Priscilla and Ross Holmes, St. Lucia, Gilberta Walton, DZAS, Phil-
ippinesg Madge and Gifford Beckon, Japan: Leper colony, Okinawag West Indies
Bible School, Cuba, West Indies Bible School, Haiti, West Indies Bible School,
Jarnaicag Abe and Nadyne Miller, Japan.
and Mrs. Raymond
Miss Adelina Russc
Beryl Smith, nurse,
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Nobie Pope, native:
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Rev. and Mrs. John Crane, Bible Institute in Chile: 4
Nobie Pope, native, Orland and Margaret Corwin, I'
Columbiag Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Gillam, Colum- i
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Billy Hunter, Perug Miss Sophie Muller, Colum-
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Radio Station HCJB: persecution of the protest-
antsg salvation of the Catholics.
"And thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself."
Will you join this group in prayer for these our
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Prayer is essential in the work for God. "And all things whatsoever ye shall
ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive." God truly uses the prayers of HiS
"intercessory missionaries" at home, as they claim this promise.
Their hearts have been burdened for one of the former students, Miss Eunice
Hoolsema, who is laboring with the Chicago Hebrew Mission. They are also
praying for Radio Luxemburg, Rome Seminaryg Bible College at Paris, France:
Bible College in Greece, and five hundred converted Catholics.
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The last four days of 1951 were days that shall long be remembered in the
history of Trinity College During our Christian Youth Congress we had some of
the most outstanding speakers of our day God richly blessed us during those days
of wonderful Christian fellowship
One of the mam speakers at the Congress was Paul Smith son of Dr Oswald
J Smith of Toronto Canada With him was his co worker and music director
John Henderson God has placed His hand upon both of these young men in their
work for Him throughout the country Rev Smith and Mr Henderson, both tal
ented musicians played beautiful trombone and cornet duets and Mr Henderson
conducted the singing during the Congress Rev Smith brought some heart
searching spirit filled messages Many hearts were blessed through the1r min
We were privileged to have some missionaries with us during the Congress
Rev and Mrs Herman Dixon from Borneo spoke to us and challenged us for the
great need there They showed pictures of the wonderful work they are doing in
this field Rev John Russell who 1S Mission Secretary for Sudan Interior Mis
sion told us of the work of himself and other missionaries 1n French Equatoriale
Africa The Lord has blessed and 1S continuing to bless this work as we saw
from the plctures he showed
A former student and teacher of the school, Miss Flo Greeson, spoke to us
and told of her wonderful experiences as a youth evangelist traveling over the
Un1tedStates with the wonderful story of love We were challenged afresh to let
our lives burn out for Him 1n order that others might know our wonderful Lord
Grady Wilson associate evangelist for Dr Billy Graham came Saturday night
December Z9 to the Clearwater Municipal Auditorium with the picture "Mr
Texas " It was the premier showing of this first Christian western picture in
Florida 'Mr Texas 'was played by Redd Harper and co starring with him was
Cindy Walker, both converted movie stars The picture featured Billy Graham,
Cliff Barrows George Beverly Shea and other members of the evangelistic
party The picture was in glorious sound color with music being presented by
Bev Shea Ft Worth's 1000 voice Crusade Choir, 'Hour of Decision" Choir
and Cindy and Redd Such songs as "Wonderfu1 Peace," 'Just a Closer Walk
With Thee " and "Each Step of the Way" were presented by these artists An
estimated crowd of Z 000 attended the showings and many decisions for Christ
Mid hustling and bustling of studies,
students took time out to don masks
and costumes to enliven the festive
Hallowe'en party which took place in
the dining-room on Tuesday, October
30. What a job for the judges! How-
ever, after much study they selected
Bill Casey,who was in girl's attire, as
prettiest, Frank McLellan, 'resembling
Frankinsteinhtook the prize for ugliest,
Indian Reuben Ely was the hardest to
recognize, cutest-acting were Fae Ba-
ker, President Truman and Mary Ann
Hurley, his daughter, Margaret.
While Frank Williams and Keith Bo-
vaird conducted tours through "Spook
House," fortune-teller Louise McEl-
haney, as Madame Zula from'Hono-
lulu, "red" the palms of the anxiously
waiting students. Arley Mitcham took
first prize in a two-minute speech on
"Why We Need Higher Taxes." The
game of "Silly Questions and Answers"
was played, an example of which was
"What do you desire in a Husband?"
"Hadacol will do it."
A shadow picture of an operation was
performedby Frank McLellan and Da-
vid Starling. What objects Frank found
in that patientl- a football, an alarm
clock, a ball bat, a book, a Coca Cola
bottle, a vase, a Croquet mallet, and a
Pat Morgan led a few choruses while
refreshments of punch, cookies, candy,
and nuts were being prepared.
The most treasured memory of the
evening was the devotional service in
which Frank McLellan read: Eph. 6:
10-13: Phil. 3:13-145 Col. Z: 6-7, and
Gal. 2:20. Then everyone wrote on a
piece of paper the things in his life
that were displeasing to God, and, vow-
ing to overcome these, they were burn-
ed in candle flame. The evening was
closed with prayer by Frank Williams.
The committee for the event consist-
ed of Lin Coker, Ina Mae Gilliam, Lou-
ise McElhaney, Frank McLellan, Ruth
Titus, and Frank Williams.
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furnished by the school.
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was a real job -- just ask Barb
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Red and green crepe paper crossed
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and red bells were placed at the
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Every Saturday evening our regular Youth and Life service is held in the beauti-
ful chapel at Trinity College. This calendar of programs for the first semester
serves as a reminder of the blessings received.
"The Portland Story," an inspiring picture of the Billy Gra-
ham meeting in Portland, Oregon.
Rev. John Woodhouse, musician and speaker.
A stirring missionary message by Rev. Don Luttrell, a for-
mer teacher of Trinity College.
Dr.E.C. Bragg, a teacher of Trinity College and one of the
most outstanding Bible teachers of the nation.
"The Man Who Forgot God," a sound motion picture.
Dr.W. B. Feagins, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church of
Rev.Lindy Gebb of the Bible Presbyterian Church of Lake-
Miss Sophie Muller of the New Tribes Mission.
Dr. Harry E. Jessop, President Emeritus, Chicago Evan-
"Out of the Night," a sound motion picture.
Miss Amy Lee Stockton, a powerful lady evangelist, and her
associate, Miss Rita Gould, who led the singing.
Miss Stockton and Miss Gould.
A thrilling testimony by Capt. Louis Zamperini, who was
saved ina Billy Graham revival meeting in California after
spending two years in a Japanese prison camp.
Rev. Robert van Steinburg, musical evangelist.
"Mr. Texas," the well-known Billy Graham picture, its first
showing in Florida, under the sponsorship of Trinity College,
in the city auditorium in Clearwater.
Rev.Aubrey Sara, Canadian evangelist, and Gerry Grafner,
pianist and vibraharpist.
Rev. Paul Smith, evangelist, and John Henderson, song-
lea-de1'S outstanding preaching and duets on the trombone and
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to a sermon but can be reached by the message in a song. Someone interested in instrumenta
music may be drawn into church through the playing of an instrument. Anyone loving vocal
music will be attracted by the singing. So music has its place in our school, along with the
theology and missionary emphasis. I I , , ,
Taking the piano keyboard duties was Forrest Saltsman, who is exceptionally gifted in this
field He played for all chapel, radio, and Youth and Life services in addition to playing for
the Gospel Tabernacle meetings. Professor Rufus Perkins, teacher of piano and organ first se-
mester played the organ. , , ,
Other instrumentaltalent could be found in Lowell Lytle's trombone, Bruce Duddies' clarinet,
and Phyllis Spangler s and Vivian Exley's accordians. An outstanding accomplishment of Forrest
was his playing the trumpet and piano at the same time fit sounds almost as if he had four handsj,
Phyllis achieved the playing of the piano and accordian at the same time. Barbara Kuehn has
an unusual whistle and has been used much in the Lord's services.
Pat Morgan and George White were Trinity's main song leaders. Pat did much of the leading
at Youth and Life while George had charge of a young people's choir at Calvary Baptist Church
Trios of the year were used in many phases of Christian work. The Trinity College Trio was
made up of Fae Baker, soprano: Lin Coker, second sopranog and Freda Walton, alto. The Vic-
tory Three consisted of Kitty Gilliam, sopranogVivian Exley, second sopranog and Dottie Mooney
alto Constituting the MAR-AN-NA Gospelettes, were Mary ANn Hurley, sopranog NAomi Ruth
Corts second soprano and MARgaret Davis, alto.
The ladies quartet was organized the latter part of the first semester and immediately made
a hit with everyone Those composing the Trinity Harmonettes were Kitty McCormick, first
soprano Ruth Titus second sopranog Erma Oriel, first altog and Mary Fisher, second alto.
Radio solo work, was handled mainly by Florence Tutell, Naomi Ruth Corts, and Pat Morgan.
Soloists at Youth and Life services and other featured meetings, in addition to those mentioned
above were- Mary Ann Hurley, Freda Walton, Norman Groves, Rex Lilly, Bob Matherly, George
White and Elmer Shertzer. -
Directing the Ladies' Ensemble was Freda Walton with Naomi Ruth Corts doing the solo work.
Besides the radio program, they sang for Youth and life, and at the Gospel Tabernacle, the
Church of the Open Door, both in St. Petersburg, Safety Harbor Methodist Church, Lakeland
Bible Presbyterian Church, Carpenter's Home in Lakeland, and numerous other places. The
favorite number was Iwill Pilot Thee." Members ofthe Ensemble were: Fae Baker, Lin Coker,
Vivian Exley Mary Fisher, Ina Mae Gilliam Knot picturedj, Kitty Gilliam, Mary Ann Hurley,
Barbara Kuehn Kitty McCormick, Wilma Mellinger, Dottie Mooney, Mona Reichard, Phyllis
Spangler Florence Tutell, and Ruth Titus.
. With Barbara Kuehn's bird whistle, Mr, Leigh Markham's directing, Mrs. Markham at the
piano Forrest Saltsman. at the organ, and the obligato by Freda Walton and Mary Ann Hurley,
The Voice of My Sav1our" was chosen as favorite number of the General Chorus. A special
Christmas program and the'Easter contata were highlights of the year. Services were conducted
at the following places: Williams Park, Gospel Tabernacle, Church of the Open Door, and Hob-
son Memorial Baptist Church, in St. Petersburgg Idlewild Baptist, Faith Church, and Concord
Baptist in Tampa Calvary Baptist and First Nazarene Church, in Clearwaterg Ozona Baptist
Church in Ozona- and the Bible Presbyterian Church, in Lakeland.
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Fred Vester Barker
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Jane Delores Colvin
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Howard S, Ellis
Margie Aileen Little
Mrs. Carol Flora Rumble
Barbara Jean Wilkinson
Lowell Glenn Schofield
James Robert Lilly
Beaver, West Virginia
Ceward Keith Pendleton
Beaver, West Virginia
Harry E. Fox
Olen Lamar Faircloth
Leon Henry Ellis
John Robert Friley
St. Petersburg, Florida
Joseph Arnold Godwin
Avon Park, Florida
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Safety Harbor, Florida
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Church in Tampa,,Florida. Rev.Weatherbee teaches Parables and Bible
Exposition. His first sermon of the year, "Using the Bible As Our Li-
brary," was an outstanding contribution to the series of messages.
f Ebenezer Baptist Church Toccoa,
Rev. Robert Martin, pastor o ,
Georgia, spoke in our chapel service October 23, 1951. Rev. Martin
was a student at our school in 1939 when it was known as the Florida
Bible Institute. He has been in the pastorate since leaving. He re-
cently completed his Sl50,000 church with a complete educational build-
Dr CeCi1M01-1-is, missionary to Nigeria, West Africa, was our speaker
in Chapel Gctober 29, 1951, Dr. Morris took six years of medical work
at the University of Western Interior and London Interior Qthree years of
ost-graduate Worky. He is married and has four children--two boys
P 0 i1-15 After he had gone to Africa in 1935 and had studied the
a-nd tw g -
Hausa language , Dr . Morris went to the north country and started leprosy
settlements in the Sokota Province.
ln the chapel service on January 23, 1951, Dr. Gerald B. Winrod
gave an interesting message on the three bodies which blend together to
formapersonality, Dr.Winrod is the editor of the "Defender Magazine"
and head of Defenders Publishers in Wichita, Kansas.
The onlyhighway over which the Lord can come is over the highways
of our hearts," stated Miss Amy Lee Stockton in her sermon from Isaish
40:3-5. Miss Stockton, evangelist from Grand Rapids , Michigan, is active
in the work of the Maranatha Conference. Her song leader, Miss Rite
Gould, taught us choruses and sang a solo in the service.
Choosing as his text Hebrews 12: l, Rev. Paul Smith gave an excellent
sermon entitled "Running'a Race." He and his song director, Rev. John
Henderson,arebothf1-om Canada. They were engaged in a revival cam-
paign at the Gospel Tabernacle in St. Petersburg, Florida.
"The Four Men Who Live With Me" was the subject of Dr. James S.
DaY, JT., who is the pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Spartenburg,
South Carolina. He told of the man others see, the man we see, the man
God sees, and the man or woman each of us may become. Dr. Day WaS
educated at Stetson University, receiving honorary and Doctor of Divin-
tty degfees. He was instrumental in founding the Baptist Bible Institute
ln Lakeland, Florida,
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101 East Avenue
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- 702 Cleveland Street
Phone 3-3396 Venetian Blinds
CLEARWATER AUTO RADIATOR
Roy Conn, Owner
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50 N. MYRTLE AVE.
Opposite Post Office
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Nationally advertised Junior Dresses.
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Two Blocks East of Post Office
900 Cleveland Street Did' 38735
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1488 GULF-TO-BAY ROAD
CL EARWATER, FLORIDA
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DREW APPLIANCE COMPANY, INC.
208 South Garden Ave.
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416 Haven St.
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504 S. Ft. Harrison Ave.
GRUVER'S SERVICE STATION
409 S. Ft. Harrison
Next to City Hall
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204 S. Garden Ave,
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GEORGIA SWAIN, DIRECTOR
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