Tyndale University College and Seminary - Yearbook (Toronto, Ontario Canada)
- Class of 1949
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SILVERWARE - WEDDING GIFTS
32 13110011 STREET EAST - - Mltlwzly 5975
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54 Duke Street AD. ll45
Glass For All Purposes
Slit-cl, l'l.m', Mirrors
80 HARBORD ST.
Graduating Class of '49
O. A. BREWTON, D.S.C.
Phone MA. 6472
30 KILBARRY ROAD
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Home-Cooked Pastry, Cakes,
Tarts, Cookies and Meats
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Groom Pet Shop
999 Bloor St. West
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DAVID R. IOSEPHSON
556A Bloor St. XV.
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Toronto, Ont. Ml. 9494
NEW' AND USED PORTABLIZS
MODERN FURNACE CO. Ltd.
l060 Duponf Street
New Furnaces and Repairs FOR SALE
TC All Mdkeg CITY TYPEWRITER CO.
AIT-CCNdIIIOUlDQI Yonge St. Amade
H35 Yonge SLI
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698 Spadina Ave.
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996 WESTON ROAD
Toronto 9 - JU. 8435
1537 Danforth Ave. - Toronto, Ont.
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"And what doth the Lord require ot thee.
but to do justly, and to have mercy, and
to walk humbly with thy God."
-Micah 6: 8.
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AIIR l3YVl'5l9i QD BRASS '49
In moincnrous d.iys, yut diys ot' urgt-iii nut-d,
you go forth to your Iiftfs st-ryitu You will not
f.iil to intst-t tht- th.illt-ngt' il, in tht- spirit ol' your
tr!.iss motto, you go Ml"OFRX'.1Ftl with Christ."
XVh.it th.it iniplitrs is indititt-d in your thoscn
tl.iss text, 'lohn li: I6.
It rt-minds you of CiHRl5'I"S C HOIC Iii "Yu
h.tyc not thostn Mc, hut l h.iyc thost-n you."
Tht- pcrsonil pronouns .tru tAinIHli.1sizt'd, Th.tt is
the ultimatt' .issumntc of our C'hristi.ui tfiith.
Not tlmt wt- lovttd Him, but ih.it Hu lowd us,
And He who h.is begun His good work in Us
will not l.ul in it. Our rt-sponsibility is to lct
Christ lmw His pcrfctt w.iy with us. In us is so
much that is inipertbct, so much tli.ir fiils to
ruilize cvcn our own .ispir.itions, but Ont- who
saw that His first creation w.ts "wry good" has
undertaken thc rt:-crcition of our liws. rcduuincd
on Calvary hy His grate, In Him we .try maids
suflicicnt for .ill things.
lt rcniinds you ol' C HRISTNS QUMMISSIUN,
"And .ippoiiittwl you, th.it you should go .ind
lvring forth fruit. .ind th.i! your fruit should
.ilwidt -.il Christk tlioitt- t.ills you to surxittz Suth
scryict inyolyt-s .ittiyityg l'tli.it you should go."
Under the lt-.iding ol' His Spirit wt, .irc to suck
out .tnd cntt-r into tht' slwlicrt- of st-rvittt Ht' h.is
.lIWV'O1llICtl us, .itross thu sms or hurts .it honitn
And in that sphtrc wc .tru to "bring forth fruit."
Such scrvitc involvt-s rt-ctptiyity, As thc trtm
rccuivcs from the .ur .ind soil .ill th.it ii rftluirt-N
for growth .ind l'i'uitAlvc.iring, so wt- rctt-iytt from
Christ through His XY'ord .ind Spirit, tht- nour-
ishment of our spiritual lift' th.it wtt may htnir
fruit to His pmist-.
As you go "l:orxx.ird with Christ,"
God bless, ktbcp .ind ust- you tyttryonc,
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MR. NVM, INRIG
ll3llDlNlEfllR24VllflIllllbfXQlflllllDlEll CLASS "4IlEllP
That the Board of Governors is pleased with
the success of the graduating class, is but a mild
statement of what is, in actual fact, a deeper feel'
ing of pride.
A term of hard study has ended, which
demanded the strenuous application of mind and
will on the part of every studentg and the second
largest class in the history of Toronto Bible
College has come through to graduation honors.
Of course, it was expected that "Class 49"
would do their best. Someone said, "they are a
brilliant lot." Christian effort, in the matter of
Bible Study, is like Christian warfare, fll Tim-
othy 2: -aj. The admonition of the Apostle Paul
has been taken seriously by the student body,
They have been diligent in their work. and the
Lord has given them victory.
It is undoubtedly a fact that the curriculum
of the college has been more exacting and dini-
cult than in some former years. This has been
beneficial in two ways. lt has maintained the
high standards of T.B.C., and has better fitted
the graduating class to meet the challenge of
the future, all of which is in keeping with the
need of the limes.
lt has been a high privilege to sit under emin-
ent and able teachers. XX'hether it was Biblical
and Systematic Theology under Dr. .lohn Mc-
Nicol and Rev. j. B. Rhodes. or Homiletics and
Evangelism under Rev. Dixon A. Burns, or
Philosophy and Pedagogy under Rev. C. A.
Armstrong, or XY'orld Missions study under Rev.
,l. B. McLaurin, "Class i-19" met the challenge
of the entire faculty. They have not been
"plucked," The results have been magnificent.
Congratulations are in order.
lt has been quite apparent in the corporate
life of the College that the missionary spirit has
prevailed. Young men and xx omen, with an
accumulation of experience during war years,
have envisaged correctly the need of this world
of today, and have turned to Toronto Bible Col-
lege for preparation to meet that need. The
graduating class members have prepared them-
selves well. They will go forth from the College
equipped and consecrated for service for Christ
Members of the Board of Governors con-
gratulate the splendid "Class of '49."
On behalf of the Board.
NYM. INRIG, Vice-President.
Printipal-limeritus Rev. john McNicol, D.D.
Dr. McNicol joined the College Faculty in 1902 and four
years later became Principal, which position he held for forty
years. He graduated from the University of Toronto with
honours in Classics, from Knox College, Toronto, with a
post-graduate B.D. degree, and in 1955 received the honorary
degree of Do:tor of Divinity. His contribution to Christian
literature includes "The Christian Evangel" and "Thinking
Through the Bible" in four volumes.
Dr, McNicol's teaching and example serve only to incite
in the students a desire to follow more closely the Risen Lord
"until He shall reign, whose right it is, whose we are and
whom we serve 1."
Principal Rev. B. Rhodes, M.A., B.D.
Mr. Rhodes received his early education in the Chefoo
Schools, China. Coming to Canada, he took honours in Phil-
osophy at the .University of Toronto, earned his M.A. the
following year, did post-graduate work at Princeton Seminary,
graduated from Knox College, and later received his B.D.
degree from the Presbyterian College in Montreal. After a
ministry of ten years in Exeter and Cobourg, Mr. Rhodes
joined the College Staff and became Principal in 19-io.
Called to the high responsibility of guiding T.B.C,, Mr,
Rhodes performs his duties as Principal with a devotion that
never ceases to create in the students a determination to seek
out the particular task which God has for them and "to per-
Registrar Rev. C. A. Armstrong, M.A.
The call to the ministry challenged Mr. Armstrong when
in his early teens. Following this call, he has graduated from
T.B.C., earned his M.A. at McMaster University, and engaged
in graduate studies in the University of Toronto leading to his
Doctor's degree in Philosophy. He has had pastorates in
Ontario, Quebec and B.C.
Mr. Armstrong served in a part-tiine capacity for two years
and last year became Registrar of the College. During this
time he has become the very good friend of every meinher of
the student body.
Rev. D. A. Burns, B.A., B.Th. Supt. of Student Activities
For twenty years Mr. Burns has been Superintendent of Stu-
dent Activities, and for twenty-four years. Secretary-Treasurer
of the Alumni. Graduating from T.B.C. in 1916, he later
received his B.A. and B.Th. degrees from McMaster University
and entered upon post-graduate BD. work at McMaster Uni-
versity and Emmanuel College, Toronto, Mr. Burns has served
as pastor in Toronto churches for many years and as Mod-
erator of the Toronto Association of Baptist Churches. In
addition to the supervision of student activities, Mr. Burns'
versatility lends itself to lecturing, counselling and the care
of an ever-growing personal library.
Rev. D. E. Raymer, B.A.Sc. Secretary
Mr. Raymer, Secretary of the College, is also one of our
own graduates. Prior to coming to TBI.. he had studied
Civil Engineering at the University of Toronto, receiving his
B.A.Sc. in 1956. Subsequently he became lingineer in Defence
Industries Ltd., I-lead Olliceg Supervisor of Management Train-
ing with Verdun Vlforks, 19-13,19-lig after war years, Confer-
ence Leader Instructor in subjects pertaining to management
and supervision in the C.I,L. l-lead Ollice and plants through,
out Ontario and Quebec. Mr. Raymer was pastor of Grace
Church in Ville La Salle, Quebec, and is at present engaged
in final year B.D, work with the University of London, ling-
Mr. Raymer has found it possible to ht into his already
crowded schedule as Secretary, lectures on the Book of the
J. M. Vffaters, M.D., C.M. Medical Adviser
Dr. Waters is our good friend from Middlesex County.
Before joining the College Faculty in 1925, he had taught
school in London, Ontario, for three years, graduated from
Trinity Medical College in 1902, and served as a medical
missionary in India for twenty-threevyears. On his return to
Canada, Dr. Waters was, for a short time, Director of Student
Activities at the College, and then served as Registrar for
Last spring he retired from this position but is able to
continue in the capacity of Medical Adviser and lecturer in
Elementary Medical Studies.
P i x
' ' Director of Musit Mr. Cyril Redford
A more recent addition to our College lfaculty is Mr. Cyril
Redford, who became Director of Music in September, 19-AS.
Mr. Redford has received great distinction in the field of
choral music first for his organizing and conducting of the
Kodak Choral Society, then as director of Cooke-'s Presby-
terian Church Choir in Toronto, and. more recently, as organ-
izer and conductor of the Ambassador Choir. ln addition, he
is Manager ofthe Music Department of Evangelical Publishers.
His quick smile and familiar "Youre greatfu help to infuse
the choir members with his oxvn obvious delight in singing
praise to our God.
MifGlIflIR4DlllDlllllV3lIllINll4L2f QDTILUIR SClIfAllFlllT
Standing: Miss Ann Mutkala, Mr. Bob Allan, Miss Sylvia Smith.
Seated: Miss Alice Tremain, Mrs. M. Scott. Miss Ruth Oliver.
REV. JOHN RICLALYRIN. D.lD.
MRS. rl. B. RHODES MR. S, BROXVNSBFRGIER MISS R OLIYITR
Mathematics Sunday School Specialization Hixiory .md Ciuogriiphx
IWRS. D. C. PFRCY
4 If 3
MR. R. STIfXY'AR'I
Every organism maintains its life by change
and adaptation. Our bodies continually undergo
a process of adyustment to the environment.
XVhen the writer came from Britain a few years
ago he found that nature generously cared for
the variation in season and climate by making
certain definite adjustments to the new environ-
ment, thus enabling the physical organism to
continue to function without interruption in the
XY-'e have heard it stated that the laws of the
Medes and Persians did not change, but they
did not serve a living God. Nations, like indi-
viduals, must adapt themselves to changing con-
ditions or perish. Stability is not stagnation.
The College, like every living thing, changes
in numerous ways but, like the human body, it
remains identically the same while it keeps on
changing. lt perennially renews its strength, its
spirit and its testimony without changing its
principles or its message.
Missionaries on furlough and other graduates
returning to college after years of absence, find
the same fellowship which they learned to appre-
ciate during their undergraduate days. They
find the college day still begins with the hour
of prayer from H until 93 that each class period
begins with prayerg that each Tuesday at 10,
books are dropped, classes forgotten and othces
closed, in order to permit the entire school
family to gather for the weekly devotional hour.
They find the XX'ednesday missionary meeting
at 12 as well attended as everg that cabinet and
committees function in the way they have done
for years, and, when they vist the various lec-
tures, while they may observe that the lecturer
is a stranger to them, they immediately recog-
nize that his message has the same emphasis as
that which they learned to recognize as being
distinctively typical of T.B.C.
The year 1948 was a year of many changes at
the College. Dr. Witters, who had laboured with
patience. grace and faithfulness for over twenty
years in the office of Registrar, retired to lighter
duties in the ofhce of Medical Adviser. Mr.
Shildrick, after over twenty years as Director of
Music, found it necessary to relinquish his duties
on account of the unsatisfactory condition of
his health. Both of these gentlemen made an
outstanding contribution to the development of
the work in their respective departments. Their
term of office will be known as the decades of
XVaters and Shildrick. They will be greatly
missed by the hundreds of students who came
to know them and who prohted by their ministry
Mr. Vesey won a warm place for himself in
the affection of a large part of our college con-
stituency by his contacts on behalf of college
maintenance, and Mrs. Lantz, by her careful
attention to detail and her association with
hundreds of graduates over a period of almost
twenty years, endeared herself to many mem-
bers of our College family.
It is fitting that the Gateway of 19-19 should
acknowledge the contribution made by these
devoted servants of God to the developing and
expanding ministry of T.B.C. and to the wider
interests of the church and the kingdom.
In the providence of God their places have
been taken by younger men and women who
are equally capable, equally devoted and who are
imbued with the desire to maintain, strengthen
and expand the ministry to which they have
been called. The College ministry of the writer
has been contemporaneous with that of those
recently retired and those chosen to succeed
them. He is overjoyed to be in a position to
announce to the friends of the College every-
where that for loyalty to revealed truth, for
devotion to the Spirit of Christ, for qualities
of leadership, for thoroughness of academic
preparation for appreciation of the college min-
istry, and for self-sacrificing service, the new
members of the Faculty are not one whit behind
their predecessors and not one bit inferior to
their colleagues. Changes such as occurred in
19-LH are inevitable in every developing institu-
tion, but to return to the thought with which
we commenced this thumb-nail sketch, the Col-
lege has again renewed its strength, chastened
its spirit and enriched its testimony without
changing its principles, its outlook or its mes-
sage- still "Holding forth the Wortl of Life."
uGlIRfMID1UA CIM N M2
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ff X N gi
X V1 A XF
G G XX! TA'-EQ
'A X N f E
"Yr haw not clzosfu mr
but I have clzosfu you
ana' orn'aim'd you
that yr Jlzould go
and bring forth fruil
and that your fruit
H -Iolm 15: 16.
' ir ' Q
RIEV. C. A, ARMSTRONG, MA
CHHHH IRB CIBJIIDAASS IBXILSMBUCJLHLVIQ5 X NLSTWQZLEW
ROY XYAl.I..Xl,l' IFRANLFS KIQRR XY'll,l.lAM ROGERS
f,1vvl'1w11lu1I fm--lyxwnluur X'1gu-l'ruy.hf1!
RUTH IIALCONBRIIXQIE ARTHVR lll'X AVDRIZY ROBERTS
Scu's:tal1'y limmmwx Dcmnlx 'l.l'L'.lNlllkI
FRNIE STRONGITHARM PAULINIT ROCKXVITLI. CIHRISTINF ITIZRRIIQR
G.lIcW.1y S'vCi.ll Kuulvcllux' C3.lIL'NY.ly
1 IQ ,,
Margaret E. Barry
Beam-r Harlwour, Ncw Brunswick Sault Stc. Marie, Ontario
'l'. Evangelistic Bantl '57, lfvangclistit' Bantl
718. Voluntary Work Committctt '18, Stutlunt Ciabinttt .mtl Sotial ,
and livangqlistit Bantl Committcc K
Philippians li 7. 15, W Isaiah 30: I5
Ida G. Bell
'17 Evangelistic Bantl
N, Broadcast Committee
Dcutt-ronomy 31: r-4
liort liranttw, Ontario
Io. Voluntary XX'ork Conimittuc K
47, Missionary Committct-
IN. Souial Committcu
ll Timothy l: ll
Wfrcnfred Bryant Clarence E. Cameron
Vcrtltm. Quebec Lontlon, Ontario
Voluntary XY'ork Committct- '-lo. Social Committee
7 Missionary anti Social Com- i'l7 E"'m!Vll5Uf Blml
Stutlunt Clabinut, Devotional
ll Corinthians 9: S
Philippians 'li 13
David Cameron Raymond H. Costerus
'N l1V.lI1gCllSllC Band .int
Romans :iz H
ff, Missionurv Committee
'13, livpingelistit Band
Ps.ilm io: l
XY'ulter A. Cruicltshanlt
F. llxpingelistie Hind
ix. Nlissionurv C ommittee
Ps.ilm NlI ll
XVilliam H. Crump
Student Cibinet. Iivangelistie
Il Corinthians 12: 10
Alex M. Deans
His eourse interrupted by .irmv
service .ind subsequent illness.
God has restored to Alex .1
measure of health sulhcient to
enable him to graduate and to
.inticipiite full-time service.
Isaiah -ll: IO
Barbara M. Deer
. Social Committee
48, Missionary Committee
Deuteronomy 31: 8
16, Dt'votion.1I C,ommittt't- 'f
1', Bro.ttlt.tst Committee
18, Stutlunt Cdibinct
Provcrlu 5: 5, 6
Helen R. Durrant
St. M.try's. Ontario
, Broatlcttst Committee
is, Stutltrnt Cltbint-t, Broitl
Pliilippians -li I3
Gordon T. Elliott
, Sotial Committtfc
' kt, Missionary Clommittt-c
ls.ti.th ll: 2
Ruth A. Fnlconbridge
16, lixptngclistit B.tntl
17, Missioniry Committee
IS, lfxxtngclistit' Bnntl
Pliilippians 5: IO
Christine M. Ferricr
17, lfxxtngclistic Band
IH, Broatlcast .intl G.ttcw.1
Ps.tlm V161 1
Joan I. Filycr
317, Exxtngclistit Bind
18, Evangelistic Band
Pliilippians 4: 7
R. Dunn Filycr
4 , lfxglxmgclisticlilml
IS, Mixsionglry fi0IHI11llfL'L'
Rum.1n l: ll, li. II,
Gordon L. Fish
Sr, 'I'lmm.u. Cmmrm
. llxmgulmn ljklllkl
Vcrlie C. Gnrrold
lllv, lfxpmngqluxln linnl
Mlmmnuy .lnd Vulnnmry li- lrlVl'WL'l'NUK Bjml
lknlm -H I
Ns, lfx.l11lgL-Imran llhlllal
lN.lI.lll 541, li
Frcd C. Gould
47, limngclisric Band
KH. lfvnngelistic Band
Romans S: JS
Sul Clove. New Brunswick
'-17, Iivnngclistic B.1nd
IAIH, Missionary Committee
Plmilippmns -i: I5
M 23 K
17, lEV.lIlgL'llSIlC l5.1nd
IH, Missnonuy Commirtcu
Pmlm S71 5
Shcil.1 M. Hong
Knthlcen M. Hull
l'i111gstu11. flllhlfltl XY'm1tl5tt1tl4. New l5rt111sxx'1tl4
'1", SULl.ll Ct11111111IIcc.'
Y18, l'1ro.1tlc.1st flOlllI1lllU.'L'
'10, M15s1un.1ry fllbllllllllltk'
'17, Bro.1tlc.1st c.OlllllllflL'C
l'llllIIWPl.lIlS 5. IU llulwrt-ws Il: 3
Arthur C. Hux
'17, lQv.111KQul1st1t Bantl
18, M15s1ongtry C,o111n11ttcu
l11l111 li: lr,
My rtlc M. Ingersoll
Margaret li. johnson
l'ml.1tlx8 l'l.lflWUllf, Ncxx l2ll'Llll5XX'lLl'i R.1vcn11.t, Ontario
'17, lixptngulisttu Bdllkl '17, x'OlLlI1l.ll'y Wfork Committee
'18, lixxtngclistic B.111tl '18, lfxxtngclistit' litntl
CI.1l.11i.111s J: Ill ls.1i.1I1 ll: I
Lolita I. Kelley
17. Bro.ulc.1st Cbmmittuc
'18, Missionary .mtl G.1tcw.11
l,S.lll11 111: l-i
li. Frances Kerr junct M. Kerr Joyce B, Kcrr
viwng junttion. Ont.n'1o NlOIlll't.',ll, Quclwt-t Ytrtiun, Quobct
VICE, limngt-Iistit lilntl .
K A My BfO.ltlC.l5I Commlttt-c
', Bro.ntlt.15t C.ommxttt-t- 'lj gmdum flbmcr V q I I Q I
1 , lXll5SlOI1.1fy C ommittut-
N, lfmnlgt-Iixtlt' l5.Lntl JN. Stutitrnt Cl.1l11nut , , ,
, ,, 15:4 lzmmgcllxtit liintl
N olunmry XX ork Committt-C '
Vloxlnu li 'I lJllllIlWlW!.ll1x li I9 l'1'oxt-rlw 3: 3. 6
Alex C. Latxhlin Mildred H. Law jenn Linton
Toronto, Ontario l-lampton, New Brunywick Btilmm, Ontario
I 4 '47, Broadcast Committee '47, lixyingclistit Bind
-iS, lfv.1ngcl1st1t'B.1ntl I - I V W u 4
18. Duvonongil Committee -18. bot-1.11 Committee
Matthew 6: 35 Proverbs 3: 5, 6 COlOS5l.lfl5 l: IH
- 35 F-
Clarence XV. Lohnus Jessie R. Muir lflsie C. lwl1lIl'lCYV50I1
Kmlnum-r. Onuriu 'I'm'unm, Unmriu Nux'1n.1rkL-1, Ormmriu
Bl'O.lxlk.l5l Ciommimm- I I I
17, l5ro,ull.1s1 Loxmnnucf
lQx.IlnwliSm- Band '17, Bru.ulc.15t Clommilrcu
. . , . . . , l-IH. CSJICVVLI' and Missiormr'
Mnsslormry .md C1.1ruxx1V QS, lzxylmgclxsrnc Bmll C, .l 5
. . ' ' ommurrucs
l'lulnIwIwi.1m S: I5 l'l11lnlwpl.nm II IS Nl.lllllL'W ll 1 234-SU
Isabella G. McColl Lorna li. McComb Howard McCormick
Port Arllmur, Onmriu Toromo, Ontario Boar Rivcr. Nova SL'Oll.l
II I I I I I I I I I '46, Volum.1ryXY'ork Commiucc
947, lmlngulnscxc Bmll V, Nursus C.om.1cl c,OIDI'l'llfICC I I I I
447, lzxxlngullstlc Band
418, llxxlngclistic B.1ml 'lH, Soci.1l Ciommirtcc , , . .
WIS, lxmngclxstnc Band
fVl.1l.1Il.lf1N 1: JU lNl.lllllL'NV ll: 28 ll Ckorinllmians 0: li
Fin' M. McDonald Ycrnun XY. McDoi'm.'nd XY'illinm Y. Nlilnur
NI.ly.ll',l lfillx. UiiL.ii'w XX.iiiitliu1, fliimrzii liliiuilli. Xml Sliiiii
. Q - i i Si-ii,il Liiriiiiiiru-L .mil
4 . buiml Ciiiiiiiiiiuu I l3xNul1UIl.ll Cwiiiii'iirrL'i ,
Tm, lfuiriigclixiip Biml 'ix l2x'.iiiguliNiil liiml
' ' iw bmill Cummirrcu
lkilm Ili: ll l'l11limii.1iix w E lkilm IV- ff
Glen A. Newsom
Cmml Villuy, Onmrm
47, Social Commiueu
-48, Evangelistic Band
'Holm 6: 3'
Percy XY. Page
Clmlosaiam 5: I'
lflorcncc L. Plctsch
16. Nunba C.om.ur C oininiiu-c
F. Social Cfommirrcu
GN Miasiomry Cioiiiiniiru'
ll Timothy l: ll
' ir ' Q
Audrey M. Roberts
'-io, Evangelistic Band
,- . , . '-if
-1 '. lzvangelistic Bantl
'18, lfvangelistit' Bantl 'IX
l l,L'll'I' iz 7
john XY". Roberts
Broatlt-abt Committee antl
Student Cabinet and
Student Cabinet .intl
Romans N: is
Pauline F. Rockwell
Truro. Nova Stotia
'17 livangelistit Bantl
Broatltast Committee .intl
Psalm UI: ll
Wfillizxm A. Rogers 1
16, BFU.lklC.lSl Committee
17, NuraeS Contact antl
18, lfvangelistit' Bantl antl
Romans li: JO
M. Douglas Ropp
io, Missionary Committee
I7, Dt-x otional Committee
1:-G, Student Cabinet .intl
Il Corinthians 5:11
,, jg W,
Yvonne Ii. Sampson
17, Sotial Committee
718, Misuionary Committee
Romans H: IH
Doreen M. Schram Shirley I.. Spencer Joyce M. Stafford
Toronto, Ontario lialinotttli. Nova Stotia M.1ry5x'ille. New llrunsxvit
'47, llvangeliatit Bantl 47. Hroatltast Committee '47, l'5roatlta5t Committee
GIS. Social Committee IN. Sotial Committee 'li Devotional Commit
l.L1ltt' I3 5" lxaiali ll: Ill Psalm Ol: l
Georgette P. Stevens
. , . , 46,
17, Mixsionaiy Committee
iQ, Devotional antl Gateway
Romans H: 37-39
Broadcast and Gateway
Proverbs 3: 5, 6
4 19 .A,
Thelma G. Tetlfortl
lntlian River, Ontario
'47, Social Committee
'48, Student Cabinet
l Peter 5: 7
Ruth M. Tollcy Ifvclyn M. XY't1ll11ce Roy F. XVztllz'u.
N ult Stu. Mutt-, Uttutrm 5JllWtNSiI1sQ,lLlIlLltOll,CJI1l.lI't0 Nipimtng blunttmn. Ontttm
T Broatltttxt Ciotntnittw 17, Iiv,1rtgt'Itstit B.mti 'ti llutttlgtlltstit Clommttttt
N, htttdunt C..ll'3lI'lL'l I ' tudfntf lblmt , ls. fXI1ssl0n.try Colmnttttt
Nurwt- s C,tm1.tt't C tbthlttlttct'
lx.11.tl1 ll: IU Pttwvrlw
xi 5 tw lcllI'Ul1lklL'Slfx 'I
X'.t1ttotn't-r, British Ckolumln
'l'. Stmci.tl Committee
th. Sttttluxt Ctlvittut. Nutm-
Iclzt M. XVhitc
l.l Clotlcritlm, Ontuio
Cionntct .mtl Voluntary
IJI'tlYCl'l5N S: 5, 0
-.. an -
6, Nursck Cont.1t't Cbtnmittt-Q
IS. Ifxgtngclistic Band
Provcrlws 'sz 5. tw
Marjorie G. XX'hitson Grunt L. Vfright
Sylv.1:1i.i. S.1sk.1teliew.1n Omngexille. Onmtio
'IT lfiyizigelisrie liintl 'IT liuiiigelistir l'v.1nil
"IS, Sot-i.iI Committee UIH, Siutieiit C .ilwinei
ls.1i.1h IO: Ywl Philippisns i: 13
ALL HAIL 'I'Hli POXYIZR Ol" EIIZSUS' NAMIZ
All hiiil the power of jesus' niimef
Let angels prostrgite fiillg
Bring forth the roygil diaelem,
And crown Him Lord of iillf
Crown Him, ye miirtyrs of our Ciotl.
XVho from His altar egillg
Extol the stem of jesses rod,
And crown Him Lord of till!
Ye chosen seed of Isrtiel's race,
A remnant weak and small,
Hail Him who saves you by His grit
And crown Him Lord of all!
Ye Gentile sinners, ne'er forget
The wormwootl rind the giillg
Go, spread your trophies git His feet
And crown Him Lorel of .tllf
Let every kintlretl, every trihe,
On this terrestrial hiill,
To Him gill majesty iiseribe,
And crown Him Lortl of .tllf
Oh, that with yonder sgiereel throng
XY'e at His feet may ftillg
join in the everlasting song,
And crown Him Lord of till!
Scsi lllilebillbl ll3A,ll5lIlN lick
Seated: l.1llian Dodham fSecretaryJ. james XY'estman lAssoc, Head Hoya, Grant Vfriglit lHead
Boyl. Ruth 'l'olley llnlead Girly, laner Kerr QANMHC.Htatlfill'll,'lil1cll11.1Teclfillcl lil-I'L'.lNLll'Cl'l.
Standing: XX'illiain Crump fAssoc. Evan. Leaderl, ,lohn Roberts tlfvan. Leaderj, Helen Durranr
1News and Deiailb, lwelyn XXallace fNLll'5L'l, Barbara Beck fbocial Leadeil, XX rentied llrv-
anr 4Devoironal l.c-aderl. Douglas Ropp fM'ssionarv Leaderl,
lfach of our three years at T.B.C. has had its own rich ministry. Under the
friendly guidance of our Faculty we have been led into a deeper understanding of
Gods will for our lives. Now we iind ourselves on the threshold of a new and
broader phase of our lifes work. lt is a time which we have joyfully anticipated
despite our natural regret over leaving the College which has become our spiritual
home. As we leave we are conscious that we become members of the already world-
wide T.B.CQ, family, and confident that the training we have received has better fitted
Lis to withstand attacks on our faith and to carry the Christian banner into the camp
ofthe livil One.
lt goes without saying that we shall greatly miss association with you who
remain to complete your course. XY'e are persuaded that you are learning that the
set ret of effective Christian service is a personal fellowship with Christ that has its
issue in unslacking perseverance. "Therefore . . . be ye steadfast. unmoveable.
always abounding in the work off the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour
is not in vain in the Lord."
8 15110 N D TLA R IJIQASSS
lfrunt Row: llnlvcn lit-ll, Dumtlmy l,l.llIL'I', 011.1 Hltlv. lXl,lIx fm-pm, lrmlx l,.l1lxL. l'.lC.ll11'I' XXEIIW
Mltlcllc Row: l7x'.mli SINNUH. l.Illl.lI1 l':INl1L'I. l,.u1x.t lXl.lLl:.lI'l.lIIk.'. XYL'I'H.l l,.lXXNwI1. lXl"Il.l 'lllwlupvvly Xt-rum
l:lk'XXL'lllll4lQ, l..1t11.l Nwltlwu-tt. lxlllfltl lxllflilllllklk, lXlu.z Rwuglwltx. .-Xxtlm f.nlmr--H.
lhtk Row: 5l'Xlll4PLlI IM-ltr, lwlm R1-lwmx--11, lfrmu Nullrmxt-l, lltmx litll. flnlw f-wt-:tux Xllllkllll
l.4vl1m-N, 5 l1.lIlx'x lxllux'l1.t1'l.
Front Row: Dm-vtlwy Ixxnllvtlclui. Kathryn Turncr, Shirlcy Btlrgcis, lNI.11'iun Ncwlwy, H1Itl.1 Gsrtzcn, Ellcgt-11
Middle Row: Iuvcc Bctutlu, Put 5t:xx'.11't, Ruth Stttrlctt. Nux'm.1 F.1lttv11lvr'x-,lgm lXl,u1m'1c B.11'1', Fltwrxmfu
Hwllcy, l3lQ.'.lI1Hl' V.1lcnt1, HilLl.1 Rcctl. '
Back Row: H.tnlx' XXX-txlcn. Clmrlci Long, Duuglm bpcnccr, All.m C,.tmcrwn. lhyrmwrmtl Hwllcv. Rmct'
Pilsw-vrtlm, Kun Ncslwxt, H.1tultl Scott, Bryxtnt Smith .
Absent: Svlxm Amluwn, Alu AIl5L'.lll. Mat- Guultl. Bxll H.tt'x'mgttm, Gt--1tl'1'cx Lee .tml RUl.lIlkl
ll! lll lll-1 5 bll' ull in A lllfl 'lj llly A 5 QS
lfront Row: lL'.lllllL' Mxllmuy lily Cll.lIIll'K'lN, 7lHNL'PlllIlk Slullxl-1, Duwrlxy Dunmn, Ruth R-vlwiuwn, Allcc
Bull, lc.m I.uL-rn 11,
Middle Row: Vclnm Hullwclc, Al.lI'l1ll'lC Hlll, ,Iran Hlll, lillL'L'll C511-L'11xx'w-ll, -luycc T.u'l1v1', Shirlcx'
Alwlwll, l'lc'lLll Dyxlll. Fl'.lllklN Qumm-ll. lltfll' lXlqu.1lfc, llurlw fl.lllxL', lwm' llxwiy.
llgxcli Row: 'lk-ll l5U.lxlXY.lY, Henry S.llm1,-lmmw Fxlu. llnll llmlll, ll.l1'I'x' ln-lw.11'-ls, Amin-xx R--M, li-llw
llL'tl1u1'll1guvl1, Glyn If-no, Nulllg liluxurfvll
dl l Q,
I 7 r,
. f - 4' l x . - 1 K. '. I
from Row: Gladvs Aluxamlcr, Dunclda lXIcl.u.1n, M.u'x' XY.11'd, -l4ll'CLA Recd, Iflilc Htlpklllg, Ruth XY1glu,
lgqm flftll, PL-.url Nalmfly, Murlcl Bdilllllklll.
Middle: Row: N.mmx Same. lu.m Clllllllllglhllll. lwlm-l lkhrcu, lip-tu' D--ckur, lunc l'S.11'l4cl'. l.Illl.lll Smnzh,
l-+310 llxrlu. Malwl S.1wyc1'. Mnlwcl clI'L'3bIU.lll, lilltkll l,.1n.u:l1fvruc, l,ur1'.1i11c H.1rlmttlc.
Hack Row: PM 'l'msncml. Gcurgc liuycu, l..m'rc11:c l4.u'ku', lfmnlx XYx'l1u, Alxxxly Bull, vlulm Grey.
lllllfk' ckl'lPNKslQI, liumu l.lClQsm1, lpn XX'.lrsux1,
Alwwm: lull l1llxx.1uls, llIl.l lklxnlnlx, l,Hlll.l Kllkll.llIl,lll1NN N.1nzlm.ly.Xwlu-Umm,A1'm.md V.llcI1ti,
lum XYmlx-ln. Sclq-flmxmg rlqdll.
T3 lit ilti 15 tif M5 A T it
ront Row: Betty Parish, Alice Bedford, lilsie Maki, I,e,1h I-ilii1stoii, Marie I.c-xvis, Simone l..int-ue
alle Row: Marion Brittain. Viola Martin, Beth f uthbeit, Connie Nlieiwxuotl, Pauline Slessiii, He
Noble, Mtigdalenti Martin. Helen Murdoch.
tck Row: Vincent XY'ootll1ouse. N-irnian Txifljlhltldll, Cfliailes litlcoitcl. lt-lin H.1i1c-v. Ron Patteiso
Iohn Crewe, Robert Nurdoclr.
Absent: David Andrews, Hazel Ciilinoie, lSiil Xxvlllffillibl
The Preparatory Course
The Toronto Bible College is anxious that no deserving youth. hoxvever deficient
in academic background, should be deprived ot' an opportunity for spiritual and
practical training if he has the moral zeal and mental etluipment for such training.
Sixteen years ago .1 Preparatory Course, one ye.1r in length, was instituted as .1 pre-
face to the work of the General Course. Through the years it has been found that
some of the Colleges best students are those who have "come up through Prep,"
which is itself testimony to the high quality of work being done in this preparatory
The Preparatory Course represents .1 combination ot' Bible study, vocal musit.
supervised practical work, and such basic high school subjects as English, Elementary
Mathematics, Geography and History. For the latter, textbooks used in Ontario
High Schools i1re employed and the standard of excellence set is that of 'lunior
Mntriculation in the Province. Wfith .1 shorter year at the Bible College than obtains
in tl1e regular high school, the high school programme must be somewhat abridged.
The "Prep'l Course is open to Christian young men and women who are at least
in their eighteenth year and are recommended by responsible persons. Since the
class hours in this Course .1re held Monday through Friday from 9 .l,ITl. to 1 pm.,
it is possible for it "Prep" student to accept employment outside the College for
afternoon or evening hours and for all of Saturday, so long as he reserves enough
time for home studyg and thus he may work his way through this year of school.
When he graduates to the General Course this policy can be continued.
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Students attending Toronto Bible College are
able to select from among the courses otfered
in the day and evening schools the one which
meets their particular requirements, whether
general or special. Nine courses are being of-
fered at the present time, with varying entrance
requirements, components and proofs of com-
The Preparatory Course, as its name suggests,
is designed to prepare a student delicient in
academic background for entrance into the Gen-
eral Course. fPlease see article on page 35.5
The General Course is the three year basic
course of the College, which has been developed
to its present excellence over a half century of
time. The minimum academic requirement is
two years high school, but full matriculation is
desirable. Provision is made for work in the
departments of Bible Exposition, Biblical and
Systematic Theology, Introduction and Evi-
dences, Historical Christianity, Missionary Train-
ing, Practical and Devotional Training, Music,
Language, Philosophy and Psychology.
The Regular Missionary Course incorporates
the basic subjects of the General Course, but
provides in addition certain specialized training
needed by candidates for overseas or home mis-
sion service. The entrance requirements is junior
Matriculation. which most mission boards are
now demanding in addition to Bible College
A Special Missionary Course open to medical
students who are currently attending university,
is given in the evening school. Transcripts of
university credits are required, and these together
with regular hours of systematic study in Bible
and kindred subjects, plus additional reading in
summer recesses, lead to the regular Bible Col-
The Christian Education Course recognizes the
need for specialized training for Sunday School
teachers and workers in other branches of Chris-
tian Education. The Toronto Bible College is a
member of the Evangelical Teacher Training
Association which gives its Gold Seal Diploma
along with our own for those who graduate
with high standing in this Course.
The Pastors' Course is a four year course to
be introduced in the Session 1949-50, for the
student who has completed his high school train-
ing and who wishes to do thorough academic
work in a conservative and spiritual atmosphere.
ln addition to the basic work of the General
Course, additional work is required in English.
Homiletics, Theology and Hermeneutics, with
an eye to the demands of the home ministry.
A Divinity Course, requiring exacting work
over a period of four to tive years, depending
upon the progress of the student, is now in
operation for the really ambitious young man
who wishes to prepare for a degree on the Bible
College premises. It consists of a combination
of basic Bible College training and work set
by the University of London, England, and leads
to the regular Bible College Diploma plus a
B.D. degree from the University of London.
Students who elect this course require to be free
from the necessity of taking employment during
the school session so that they may devote most
of their time, except for practical work assign-
ments, 'to classes and home study.
The Bible-Arts Course comes under the same
category as the Divinity Course, except that it
leads to a BA. rather than a B.D. degree. The
basic Bible training is the same as for the Divin-
ity,Course, but English, History, Philosophy and
Ethics may be elected in the students Senior
years, to qualify for the University of London
degree in Arts.
The Regular Evening Class Course is an
abridged form of the General Course offered in
the day school, providing for systematic study
of Bible text and doctrine and of devotional and
practical Christianity. Three years of study in
this course lead to the Evening Class Certificate.
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November lath-2othf'I'he 1918 commemora-
tion ofthe founding of the Toronto Bible Col-
Our thoughts were turned back to the begin-
nings ofthe College when, in 1894, Dr. Elmore
Harris, the hrst President, and Dr. XVn't. Stew-
art, the lirst Prinicpal, laid the foundations of
Dr. McNicol reminded tts ol' the contribution
made to the spiritual life of the Clollege by Dr.
R. P. McKay, who became C,h.tirtnan ol' the
Board in I9lo.
On Tuesday evening, at the United Rally ol'
day and evening class students, Rev. D. li, Ray-
mer spoke on the theme f"l'he Cfontinual Burnt
Oilleringf' emphasizing the necessity of the death
of the self-life and the acceptance of the leader-
ship of the Holy Spirit.
The Founders' Wfeek Social was held at the
Baraca Clubg colourful costumes and clever skits
contributed much to the thorough enjoyment of
"New Horizons" was the theme for Thursday,
Rev. D. A. Burns addressed the student body
on "The Enlarging Stewardship" ol- the Col-
lege. Graduate parents of present students were
guests at our special luncheon.
On the last school day of Founders' Wee-k,
having reflected upon Gods gracious guidance
ol' the development ot' our College in the past,
we were presented with a challenge to "Press
on to that day when, through close communion
with Him, our faces shall be Hooded with the
radiance of His love and our hearts shall yearn,
as does His. for those living in the darkness ol
" ID WRYVA, Tl TD XVHVT PI lf T TT H I XVI!! " "
ll lfzlfsowfw' yf ffm, in foam' or r2'fmf, do all in tin' zzamf of flu" Lord fwszu
"Go Ye Into All 'che World . .
In obedience to Christ's Commission, the following T.B.C. 'graduates
have gone forth to HPREACH THE GOSPEL" during the past two years:
CHINA M Mrs. Cyril Weller, '45
Miss Barbara Phillips, '47
Mrs. Leslie Smith, '57
Rev. Beulah Rediker, '59
INDIA - Miss Leona Cressman, '46
Miss Alice Gleason, '46
Capt., '59, and Mrs. Gordon Holmes
Rev. john Leech, '47
Miss Mary Nichol, '45
Miss Dorcas Tyers, '42
AFRICA N- Miss Doreen Barrie, '47
Miss Goldie Blakeney, '44
Miss Hazel Callaghan, '45
Miss Muriel Langley, '47
Miss Ethel Chernik, '47-'48
Mr. Harold McMillan, '59-'40
Miss Margaret Petrie, '46
Miss Emily Stewart, '39
Miss Grace Wilson, '41
Miss Bertha Zimmerman, '44
Mrs. George james, '41
BOLIVIA - Miss Mildred Seary, '41
B.W.I. - Mr. John jefferey, E.C. '57
ARGENTINA - Mrs. Doris Snyder, '44
MONGOLIA -Rev. Edvard Torjesen, '47
PORTA RICA - M rs.
SOUTH AMERICA -Rev.
Fred Swartzendruber, '46
Leslie Cockram, '41
. . And Lo, I Am With You Always
The Graduating Class
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W'e understand DIOHN MILLER didn't reath the S.lII.Il'.lIIOII point at T.B.C..
Hes absorbing more Theology at the Seminary?
.IIM PIMENTALS pastorate is on Manitoulin Island, Ontario. Tl1e Lord is
blessing 'Iim's work there.
RUTH HENDRICKSON desires our prayers th.1t ehurehes in her eommunity
will soon re-open. Shes in Sleeman, Ontario.
Eour of last years grads are in nurse's training- RUTH PATTERSON, MARIE
XVILCOX, MURIEL SCRIBNER .1nd MARION SALMON.
'IOSIE MQLELLAN is baek in her old stamping grounds, N.B. Says shes using
her fcould she me.1n Mr. Burns'l psychology there.
DOREEN KERR is nursing in Montreal, l1opes to organize .1 Nurses Fellow-
Last ye.1r's Gateway editor, BOB BOLTRKE, has retovered sutlieiently from his
editing job to find himself .1 wife. Best wishes, Bobf
ANNE BAKER .1nd NANCY HILLS .lft working in Toronto, theyre both
busy witnessing to fellow-workers.
BEATRICE BALL and IIEAN EOXVLER are at Dominion Business College.
'IESSIE XWRIGHT is in the midst of her probationary period .1t the SIM. Home
in Toronto. Vile praise God for leading 'lessie thus far.
LILYAN BRANDON, 'IIS class Secretary, has recently gone to St. Henry's
Baptist Mission in Montreal.
DON XVILKINSON tells us that he's in tl1e building business building up
young Christians in tl1e faith, and building .1 new ehurth in Kenora, Ontario.
DESIRE IACQUES is .II home in Studder, Ont. XVe may be sure that she keeps
herself bL1Sy for the Lord.
ENID ENGLUND LCLIFICFJ has taken unto herself .1 husband, They are living
LUCINDA SNYDER is at Goshen College, Indiana, EUNICE BALDWIN at
Sir George Willittiias College, Montreal, KIM MORRIS in Toronto at tl1e United
Church Training School, and STELLA GAVERLUCK at tl1e Russian Bible Institute.
They want to know where and "who" their classmates are now!
XXfe l1ear that BESSIE MORPHET is busy training young people for missionary
service at tl1e Missionary I-Iealrh Institute, Toronto.
Wfork on the jewish Wfork Committee proved a training ground for MILDRIZD
SMITH, she's with tl1e Toronto jewish Mission now,
Wl1at do you know! ART MCLEAN is wintering it out, no, not Florida, but
in Nova Scotia.
fEditor's note: Most of tl1e above newsy items were gleaned from the '-IS Class
Letter. Wisl1 we had heard from all of you.j
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FIRST YEAR DAY-the d.1y III-II stands OLII
in the memory of every T.B.C. st11dent and grad.
This allfout welcome included .1 tour of To-
ronto and then of the school buildings, dinner
.1t the College, and an evening of fun at Baraca
Club. Family devotions bro11gl1t the day to .1
close .IIILI new students felt themselves a vital
part of the T.I3.C. f.1mily.
FALL HIKIZ-How we all had been looking
forward to tl1is dayf- b11t, on THE day it rained!
Hot dogs, instead of being cooked over an open
fire at Centre Island were cooked over the school
stove. QThese indoor l1ot dogs taste every bit as
good as the outdoor varietylj G.1mes and skits
added much to tl1e fun. Mr. Armstrong led in
family devotions and .mother TBC. family
gathering came to a close.
FOUNDERS' XVEEK-All who participated
in the 1948 celebration of Founders' Week were
greatly blessed. Wfe looked back to the begin,
ning of the College in lH94, and reflected upon
Gods guidance of those men who were chosen
by Him to give this institution the direction it
has followed rigl1t to the present day. In faith.
we are anticipating Gods continued blessing
upon our College in the days to come.
STOUFFVILLE CAMPAIGN-an event long
to be remembered by every member' of the stu-
dent body. Iiighty students were engaged for
eight days in Stouffville and district, making
over SOO visits in homes, conducting evangelistic
church services and teacher training classes as
well as childrens meetings and young peoples
rallies. Many were led to rededicate their lives
to the Master and others experienced the joy of
salvation which is in Christ jesus. We thank
God that He saw fit to use the students in this
CHRISTMAS DINNER-Ilxcitement had
been steadily motinting as the days of early
December were ticked off on our calendars. Holi-
days were drawing near, but-more importantf
so was tl1e Christmas Dinner. Turkey and plum
pudding with all the trimmings, Santa Claus
with his pack of presents for the good children,
and .1 skit LIIILI pageant presented by the Social
Committee, .1ll made up a wonderful day and
the students left for their homes where, with
their own families, they would celebrate the
birthd.1y of our Saviour.
DAY OF PRAYER-The highlight of the
year. Lectures set aside, the day and evening
were spent in meditation upon the Word. and
.1 prayer to the Living Wlord. Dr. McNicol
addressed the school in tl1e first hour, emphasiz-
ing ag.1in, as he alone can, the necessity of the
death of self .1nd the entl1roning of Christ in
the heart of every child of God. During the
prayer sessions, lives were rededicated to the
Lord jesus Christ, and the plea of all students
was that as His perfect will is revealed, we might
be made pliable in His hands.
MISSIONARY CONFERENCE-February 7-
12, tl week of challenge, of decisions, of inter-
cession and of pr.1ise:
Challenge-in that it applied the Great Com-
mission to ourselves, bidding us, in His strength,
to go to the dist.1nt places with tl1e Gospel of
Decisions-As particular needs of the various
mission fields were presented, Gods specific will
was made clear to many sttidents anticipating
foreign mission service.
Intercession-for the messengers of tl1e Cross
in the difhcult places, for those hearing for the
first time about a God of love .1nd an all-sufh-
cient Saviour, and for converts who have re-
sponded to the presentation of tl1e Gospel.
Praise-to our God "who is able to save them
to the uttermost that come 11nto God by Him."
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"STRENGTH FOR TODAY'
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Knowing that Thou wilt grant the plea:
For this, and only this I pray,
Strength for to-tlay-just for to-tlay.
Strength for each trial and each task,
Wligtt more, my Father, Shoultl I ask?
-Inst as I need it, tlay by tlay,
Strength for my weakness -- this I pray.
Strength for to-day, that I may make
Some sad souls glad for Jesus' sakeg
Then they with me at eve shall say
Thank God for strength He gave to-day.
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Lord." Philippians 5: 8
The Lvening Class Cabinet lully appreciates these two tactsg hrst, that only in
proportion to our willingness to yield to Gods will as i1 is revealed to us will the
world come to this "1-gnowledge o1Christ jesus" our Lord, and second, 111.11 it is only
because of the grace of God manifest toward us that we may have .1 share in this
work of extending His kingdom.
We appreciate the zealous endeavour of the members of the Evening Class
COIDIUHICCS IO serve the Lord, and the whole-he.1r1ed support given to the Cgibiner
by the students. Their co-operation has made the work ol' the Cabinet much lighter
and the times we have spent together in prayer have been a source of strength lo
We count it 11 privilege to have joined in the ac1ivi1y of Illf: College in conjunc-
tion with the Day Classes. Our fellowship with them has meant a gfC.lI deal to us
and rogether we have learned to "come boldly un1o 1he throne of grace, that we
may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need."
Clllflrlllllb lIDfllD4lfr3CllFllRlIllIN1lAllb TBASTS
GDIIF ClTllHllllB ll3iIDlllQlllQ-lllfblll-NIB
Some years ago, Dr. Grilhth Thomas. speaking at a Bible College
gathering, made this statement: "XVe shall need more and more such
institutions as the Toronto Bible Collegeg and for two reasons. First,
because they insist on the knowledge of the Bible as the essential
equipment for Christian workg and second, because they bear testimony
to the great fundamental realities that are the common heritage of all
Christians." The latter part of that statement indicates the character of
the T.B.C. Doctrinal Basis. It is designed to emphasize the great funda-
mental realities that are the common heritage of all Christians. It is a
doctrinal basis that seeks to unite Evangelical Christians, not to magnify
those things on which they diner. Yet it is a basis that preserves and
safeguards all the cardinal and essential elements in a full-orbed,
Biblically-founded, Christ-centred faith. To this Doctrinal Basis every
member of Faculty, Board and Council givesfull assent.
l. The Divine Authority and Plenary Inspiration of the
whole of the Old and New Testament Scriptures.
2. The Deity of Our Lord jesus Christ.
5. The Doctrine of the Trinity.
-1. The Fall of Man and his consequent Depravity and the
necessity of the New Birth.
5. The Atonement through the Substitutionary Life, Death
and Resurrection of Christ.
6. justification by Faith in our Lord jesus Christ.
7. Regeneration by the Holy Spirit.
S. Sanctihcation through the Xliford and the Spirit.
9. The Second Coming of our 'Lord Jesus Christ and the
Resurrection of the Dead.
10. The Eternal Blessedness of the Saved and the Eternal
Punishment of the Lost.
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NISSIHNARY C4lM1NIl'l"l'l7If 1SL'.llg-KU' IXl.l1'y clI.lIl7Ul1IlL'.llI, HL-lcn ll1qIl.lnlvu1.
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Alwwm Allwxnn D.1ux. I,-ns Clmk,
Nl'NIl CUMMII ll'l' Q5t.unlll14:l YXILIIIUI Nlmlrx KIIAQCNCH, hiv,XX,1Mlmm-lm. lhll 5LlIlkILI
ANGlfl.lS'lAlf. fiUlNliXll,lA'lAlfl l5Q.'.llk'xll Doris ll.lIpu4 lifllil DIAL l'liixx.llil l'iiiir-isim. fikllsllkv Sui
IAI. COiNlMll"l'll l5l.iii-liiiligl Dil-llex XY.iiil, le.in ll.-ll- ns. l,enillQ glI.llPK'. liiuinnii' liiiiiliels. M
,ner lXlfF.1il.ine, Helen Slim
llie live-ning C.l.iss iominirrees .ire orgiiiizeil ro oirry on m.1ny loims ol l1f.lLllL.ll
Cilwrisrian Activity. Tliey io-operate wiili ilie Un' C l.1ss killlUIHlllL'L'N in liospiml work
.mel in conducting servires regulirly .ir Yonge Street Mission They unilert.1ke .is
well many emngelisrii .lppozntinenrs of ilieir own .inil i.irry on .i xigorous pro-
gramme ol' exxingelism zlironglioui ilie summer monilms.
Five liunilreil lfvening Class sruilenrs line reeeixeil ierriziiares ot' tgr.iilu.ition
upon the completion ol' rliree ye-.irs work in ilie Evening School.
Uniler the three your Course, 1,3 40 sruilenls line gf.lLllI.1IL'al from rlie lhy Siliool,
making ll total of H200 sinee the lioiiniling ol' rlie siliool. 'l'l1e lv IU gf.lLlLl.lllIlsU. il.iss
is rlie largest in rlie p.1sr ren ye.irs.
ln .iililirion ro the liunilreils of 5gr.nln.ires of ilie Toronto Bible College wlio
lmve gone to the foreign mission lielil, .ipproxiinarely 500 lure entered the C,l1risii.1n
ministry in many uommunions .lr home, so rlur roilay the sun never sers upon the
worlil-wiile Bible College l'.imily.
W, so -
Mr. Rhodes Nr. Iiurm Mr. Armstrong
Miss R. Olivurrf Miss A. 'l1l'L'IU.liI1
Lciurd Brown Rulli 'llilluy Clizint Wfriglmr
Normdn Storey fflloru-ii Scl1i'.lm-- 1ir.1m'e5 Kerr
wiirii X Qur-sr Lui.
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A FOND FAREWELL
"Now the God of peace, that hrought again
liroin the dead our Lord jesus, that great shep-
herd of the sheep, through the hlood of the ever-
Klake you perfect in every good work to do
His will, working in you that which is well
pleasing in His sight, through jesus Christ: to
whom he glory for ever and ever. .xxllltillfi
llfhrfwf 135 20-21.
'l'Hli iIR.XlDL',iX'l'INLI CIUXSS.
I,'UiYGR,l7'l 'l,.-l7'lO.N'.S' TU
Ori: l'iz.xx'1fi:s CIuXYi'i'1i Yoi
"Uh C Soil, who tloeth :ull things well.
Clrziiit this our eziriiest plea,
Kluitle Thou 'l'hy St'l'X'fII1IS' footsteps
CD11 lzmtl :intl 011 the sea.
.Xml wlien storms are raging,
.Xml lvillows heating high,
lo lhee, the Rock of ,Xges
Our Saviour, may they lly.
'lho' tlistzuiee will separate us,
XYithiu the coming days,
'llhy lvlessiiigs, lleaveiily l"ather,
Un lliird-Year' Class. we pray."
"7'f1i' Lord Tl'Ilft'!l llfltzwfzl mf' and ffnw'
fc'f1i'n :cw fm' alfxfnf our from afzoflzwrf
Cleiiesis 31: 49.
SFCOX I7-YILXR CIMXSS
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS
That you with us could always remaing
That we might inherit the worth of your nameg
That you continue Christ to proclaimg
That we shall always do the same.
WE THANK YOU:
For your example, greatly clialleiigiiiiug
l"or the banner you lqept llyingg
lfor pleasant words of welcome and greetingg
For the quiet testimony of Christ's saying.
That your ministry will he rich and powerlulg
That Christ's loye will he most meaningful:
That your efforts will he yery fruitful 3
That your testimonies will he exceeding joyful.
"Y'hf Loral hlfys Ihff, aml h'I'i'fJ Iliff,
Thr Lora' malef his fare Jhinf upon Ihff,
azzfl bf grafious 1111140 Ihffq
Thf Lord lifI up his coznzffzmzlff upon
1'lII'I', and gief Ihff pfflrff'
Numlwers 6: 2-l-26
I'RlCl'IXR,X'l'ORY CLASS .x
SUDAN INTERIOR MISSION
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ADEN, ANGLO-EGYPTIAN SUDAN, ETHIOPIA, FRENCH WEST AFRICA, NIGERIA
IS HE WAITING FOR YOU?
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grunt c111111111ss11111, please write 111 any 111' IIIL' 11I111x'c 11I'I11'1-4, I11f111'111:1I11111 XVIII Im'
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Ivy R. V. Iiingham
HAVE YOU CONSIDERED EUROPE?
400,000,000 non-Protestants in the unevangelized countries of Europe are in
need of the gospel,
20,000 DIE DAILY in the unevangelized countries of Europe They die without
Christ and Without hope.
THE EUROPEAN CHRISTIAN MISSION
has been laboring in Europe since 190-'1 Many thousands of souls have been
has established TWO BIBLE SCHOOLS since the close ol World War ll, and is
planning to establish others.
HELP NEEDED NOW
God-called, Spirit-lilled workers for strategic positions must be prayed for,
raised up, and sent forth
Financial support for the program of relief and evangeliiation must be mains
tained and increased.
EUROPEAN CHRISTIAN MISSION
32 Roxborough Street East 1101 East 35th Street
Toronto 5. Ontario Brooklyn 10, New York
G P Rand, President
HAVE YOU READ IT?
THE PROPHETIC WORD
A magazine that brings monthly blessing into the home Its articles are helpful,
prayerful, Scriptural, I-Iighly commended by Christian leaders in different counf
tries, Copy sent on request. One dollar a year. Write to: 32 Roxborough St.
East, Toronto 5, Ontario.
"WE CAN NEVER REPAY YOU!"
Thus spoke a lewess at the close of a visit paid to her home by two of our
missionaries, In a time of sorrow her heart had been comforted by the coming
of the two workers, The children had been reached through the meetings held
in the Reading Room, the parents were reached through visitation in the home.
The hearts of parents and children were hungry for Gods Word.
lewish hearts are open to-day. Laborers must be sent forth. Now is the time
to increase our witness to them in Canada, America, and Europe.
NATIONAL IEWISH MISSION
32 Roxborough Street East 1101 East 35th Street
Toronto 5, Ontario Brooklyn 10. New York
"I found Christ because some ot Toronto Bible
Colle-ge's graduates came to Africa with the
Gospel. There is room tor many more."
AFRICA STILL NEEDS CHRIST
SUDAN UNITED MISSION
REV. JOHN RUSSELL, Secretary
73 ADELAIDE ST. W. SUNRISE GOSPEL HOUR
Toronio I, Oniario Calgary, Alberia
89 OUINCY ST.
Brooklyn 5, New York
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'THIS DOORS Ami STILI. cwlix 'ru I ,., I ' --"
TI-Ili PRHAC HING OF 'I4HIi GOSIJI1. I r g I 'Y ' " I
' THI: I3I1OPI.Ig ARI: BIORI, RISPONY iw ,N 1 , ,,l'jj', V -Y X 5
SIVIZ TO Tl-Ili GOSPEL lNIIiSSAGIf f 'K I W ,wiki
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' NYE ARE wnrhny new rnissnwnarru .nnl
calling for more SIIIQIC nun .IIILI Wm nu-n
and IU.lll'1CLI Couples.
' Now upemtrng mn Brhlc schools rn
rrutin n.1rix'u Pl'C.ICIICI'Sf-UIIL' is IUNI nuwly
opened in North Imlin.
.inning Wu new nr 1.1n.ngcs 'nr Lua IA
' Pl ,V I I t I l 1
tutc clnlllrcn in North India, in .uhlition
In our tour III South lmlm.
' Occupying new .n'c.1s .lml IWLIIIKIIIIIL naw
huildinggs hcsldcs lU.lII1l.1II1Il1g our regu-
1 1. .,
THEREFORE . . WE CONTINUE TO ADVANCE
The witness CUIIIIIILIUS In go out tu many tlwusamls of Hrndus and lXIuslc1ns lI1l'Ul1gIl
frnlhful, sglcrihcing CI1l'ISII.1I1 Nun 41
n LI XYIUIUUII
CEYLON AND INDIA GENERAL MISSION
Cannclinn Ofhcc: Room 205, 169 Yonge Street, Toronto, Omnrin
XY'1'ite for Free Literature And FLIFIIWCI' lnfm'm.1tinn
llHlIm511D1mm: llF1QIlP6llV H
GIIUIHUIEB Woman EMM
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THE PEOPLES CHURCH
100 Bloor Street East - - Toronto, Ont.
DR. OSWALD J. SMITH, Pastor DR. P. W. PHILPOTT, Associate Pastor
Attention, Prospective Missionaries!
A course you cannot afford to miss. Designed especially for YOU.
Instruction and practical experience in the rudiments of Infectious, Tropical and
Childrens Diseases, Surgery, Obstetrics, Hygiene, Sanitation, Dental Erner-
gencies, Eye, Nose and Throat Diseases, etc. V
Enables you to protect your own health and care for co-workers in sickness.
Opens hearts and doors to the Gospel. '
ul am made all things to all men, that l might by all means save some."
-I Cor. 9: 22.
MISSIONARY HEALTH INSTITUTE
305 Sheppard Avenue West - Lansing, Ontario
Keeping the Gospel Pre-Eminent
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Fifty-Three Years ol Daily Gospel Ministry
'co the Poor and Needy
YONGE STREET MISSION
ANDREW CHISHOLM, Supl. 381 Yonge Sf., Toronio
Spare Not.. .EnIarge. . .
Lengthen . . . Strengthen
The Sum Mission 'in the henit of .1
60,000 Ulcxxisli p41pul.1t1un, SLIl'lULllMlL'Ll
hy mnnemus Synngogues, jewish Cafes,
RCSl.lLll'.lI1lN, Clubs, Factories .inrl organ-
The centre uf fnnuticisni and unbelief.
Here we have raised our Ebenezer.
XVQ need your prayers and your support
as never hefnre.
Send your lilhes .Ind offerings tu:
The Scott Mission, Inc. MW Zlza yyylyvvu V I byyl y U
"a,fmwz,u m...,.,..N., , Y ' " 'YY'
REV. MORRIS ZEIDMAN, B.D., Ph.D. - 502 Spadina Ave., Toronto 4, Ont
UNEVANGELIZED FIELDS MISSION, INC,
125 Missionaries aided by 200 Nationals, Evangelists, Pastors,
Teachers, Nurses, Doctors, Printers, ministering to 23 tribes in
FIELDS-BRAZIL, BELGIAN coneo, HAITI, w.i., PAPUA
Thousands reached regularly with the Gospel. Literature gladly
MISSION HOMES AND OFFICES
1150 North 63rd Street 18 Howland Avenue
Philadelphia 31, Pa. Toronto 4, Canada
REV. E. J. PUDNEY, Gen. Secretary
Member Mission - l.F.M.A.
The Spaniards have not yet received the Gospel. There are 128.000.0130
people in Spain, and only 7,000 of them have professed to have accepted the
Lord Jesus Christ as their personal Saviour. Why so few? Because, unfor-
tunately, Spain has been spiritually negzlected.
Through its unique ministry the SPANISH CHRISTIAN MISSION is
endeavoring' to evangelize Spain. At present 22 fully or partially supported
native missionaries are giving' the Gospel to the Spaniards. Many more
workers are needed.
The Christians in Spain are passing through great trials and persecutions.
Some have even been killed by servants of the Roman Church ---the church
that controls every corner ot' the Spanish Iife.
Pray for the evangelization of Spain. Help in this faith and non-
denominational ministry. .
Xlillniut charge a copy of SPAINGRAMS will he sent to you upon request.
A PRAVING FELLOVVSHIP OF BFLIFVER5 FOR THE MINISTRY IN SPAIN I
SP2-INISH CHRISTIZIN MISSION
North Ann-rit-an Iltmlqrizirti-rs
Ilr. Zaearias P. Carles, Founder and Iliret-tor
3 Hillsboro Avenue - - Toronto 5. Ontario. Canada
UPPER CANADA BIBLE SOCIETY
The British and Foreign Bible Society
The British and Foreign Bible Society was founded in London in ISU-1 "to encourage
a wider circulation ofthe Holy Scriptures without note or comment," for every man in his
At the time of the Society's foundation Holy Scripture had been translated into only
72 languages. The Society has now circulated Scripture in over 780 languages, and in
normal times distributes over ten million copies annually.
The Upper Canada Bible Society was founded in ISIS to do the work of the British
and Foreign Bible Society in the Province of Ontario. lr employs tive colporteurs within
its territory and circulated last year over IO-1.000 copies of Scripture in 43 languages.
Besides providing for its own undertakings, it shares in the world-wide work by con-
tributions to the Parent Society, and by the support of some 25 colporteurs in foreign
lands. To lceep pace with growing demands and to make use of larger opportunities the
Society seeks an increase in its membership.
Contributions in aid of its work. and enquiries regarding membership and Scripture
supplies, may be sent through any local branch or to
THE UPPER CANADA BIBLE SOCIETY
Bible House - - I4 College Street, Toronto 2
Bible Society Depots in many lands are Power Houses generating
Divine energy in the translation and circulation of the Holy Scriptures.
It that supply tails, it will mean a spiritual blackout tor thousands of
men and women in lonely places in the World. The only hope for this
poor, wounded and wayward world lies in the Gospel of Iesus Christ.
the divine revelation enshrined in the pages oi the Bible, We need
your help to enable us carry on the vital message, abroad, in the
Dominion among displaced persons now making Canada their home.
Contributions gratefully received by your local auxiliary.
BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY
in Canada and Newfoundland
Central Office: 122 Bloor St. W., Toronto 5
THE CHILD EVANGELISM FELLOWSHIP
C alled into being and dedicated to the purpose that every child in this
generation shall hear the gospel.
E ver working toward our objective through the Good News Home Bible
Clubs, Open Air Evangelism, Teacher Training and the promotion ot all
evangelical effort among the children.
Fervently praising God that He has raised up thousands ot friends who,
through their daily prayers and consistent giving, have made this vital
For further information write:
Russell G. Flaxman, '48 229 Yonge St.
Director Toronto, Ontario
T01110ff0W'S Leadefy now in High Schools, Universities, Teachers
.intl Nurses Training Schools are being reachetl to-tiny for Christ through
the Inter-Varsity Cfhristian Fellowship.
Eleven start members rite on the field to .issist students in Bible study,
prayer meetings, missionary .intl expingelistic programmes.
A summer eimp progmmine h.1s been esiablishett:
Pioneer Camps t'or'High Sthool stutlents in Onmrio, Manitotmi and
Alberta .intl C.lIHPLlS-iI'l-Il1L'-xY7OOtlh in Northern Ontario for University
This stutlent work is not supported by .tn endowment or lin.1nci.1l
gu.ir.intee . . . tontrihutions ot' C.hristi.1n men and women .ire the sole
means of support.
Prim' for the Inter'V.1rsit' Christian Fellowshiw. Monthly wrrivcr
l . .
hulletins are .lY.lIl.lI'3lL' on request,
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EMMAUS BIBLE SCHOOL, EMMAUS BIBLE SCHOOL,
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Toronto 6, Ont. Chicago QI, lll.
f 'ms EVANGELIZING the woRLD
with the WORD of GOD
' At home unrl znlwozul ilu-rv is ai rlumzmrl for rho Scriplllro ol' Truth such as has IIQVCI
before been upproacherl. Klultiturles nl' rwwiy literate people are stwtcliiriu' out eager
hands for the Word.
' A single Gospel or a c'z11'el'ully chosen st-lucLion of Scriptures, pix-paliul in attractive
form, will ottvn servo as ax "nail in il sure plzruc-" long' :iftm-i' the livzirnuolist hue
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MOUNT PLEASANT ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH
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'AIIULIIINH FORTH THE IVOIZII OF Ll1'Il',"'
RICY. W. N. t'lI.KRI,'I'tkN, I':istor
Sl'NlJAY . ,
8.00 p.in.-I'rayer and Illhle Study
0.115 41.111,-Iiihlc School
lf' R I DA Y
ll.00 a.ni.-Morning' Service
, W , 1 , 7.00 p.m.-Happy Hour for Boys and Girls
1.00 p.ln.--Iuvcning Service
H.00 p.m.-Young: I'e0plc's Society
,A rw - v - .
,-I lillrlf' ll'lll'IllIljl, tlospcl lIl't'llt'Illlltj flzmrlr
II'l'fh Il l"1'if'nrU11 II'4'll'Hlll0 for .Ulf
"Thr C'l1n1'rh with flu' l,i1'fHy1 ,Ilwxsfryc of flu' l,iz'iny t'l:1'isf"
Park and Merrick Streets in Hamilton. Ontario
REV. PICTER IIOUGENDANI, Th.Ii. 'l'h.NI.
Hamilton's Gospel Centre
with a World-wide Program
Hur Young' I'coplc arc serving in many parts ol' thc world
and we maintain the support of twenty missionaries in
CHINA -INDIA - AFRICA - SOUTH AMERICA
BRITISH WEST INDIES-HOME FIELDS
We covet Q1 plum- in your interest and intercession.
When in Ilziniilton come and fellowship with us.
THE PEOPLES CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL
THE PEOPLES CHURCH - 100 BLOOR ST. E.
Classes for All Ages
Beginners to Adults, Sunday Morning at 9 45
Bethany Girls' Class at 4,15
If I.. KLEMIVI, Supl
"The Fiiendly School wiih a Missionaiy Vision'
SECOND MARKHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
celebrated TUU years ot active work
for the Lord
We reioice in the recent Caiiipaigii and fimxse tiie Lit-it lair tlie iesiilts
REV. NORMAN ROWAN
IMMANUEL A s M J .A
:FIX-wi P KiT7l 4
BAPTIST ,ii . at
s ,i it f
Toronto 1-b Centrally located at
Wellesley and jarvis Sts.
Welcomes You To EVANGEUCAL
Services That Are VVQRSHTPFUL
MISSIONARIES ON FOREIGN FIELDS
BOLIVIA: Miss Jean Pyper, R.N. IT.B.C. Graduate '26l
Canadian Baptist Mission-La Paz, Bolivia.
PERU: Miss Anne G. Soper, R,N. lT,B.C. Graduate '36l
Founder and Field Director Peruvian Inland Mission, now affiliated with the Regions
Beyond Missionary Union.
CONGRATULATIONS TO 1949 GRADUATES
Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Timpany lGraduates '32 and '33l
-- 77 m,
GUIIF 0lll4llHllllE5 llglfljlllolllglllbllulellld
Mr. Bob Allan, '50
Mrs. M. Scott
Miss Alice Tremain, '43
Miss Ruth Oliver, '44
Miss Sylvia 'Smith, 1 '45
Miss Ann Mutkala, '48
This Book is allectionately dedicated,
in sincere appreciation of
their faithful service and
constant expenditure of time and strength
in the interest of the whole student body,
TORONTO BAPTIST SEMINARY
337 Mavis smear - rononro 2
f lr i l' SI'Ilr.Ll S l3:e,..if'r.t
A egg ' it Irie lf'rg-fiifvfu .ncwidiiig the Doctrinal Sta i :riff S-'Azura
will be :ent on . ,quasi
SCHOOL 'l'lIExM 19-1'1'19bli
J uri .il 51.11-:.':a lvl i.,i1- ether Lf Lest-. 1 i
Godspeed as you go -
"Forward with Christ"
To all TBC. Missionaries
at Home and Abroad
"He Goeth Before"
CHURCH OF CHRIST
llfeele and Annettel
Sunday-I0 a.m., Il a.m. and 7 p.m.
A Warm Welcome To All
T 3 C Siudents and Friends
L. F. HUSTLER, Pastor
SLAVIC MISSIONARY SOCIETY
lonnerly The Russian Missionary Society Inc
Conducts an evangelical ministry among the
Slavic races numbering over 200 million,
Maintains an Orphanage in Poland,
Broadcasts to Slavs in North and
Prints and distributes Scriptures and tracts to
Slavs all over the world,
Sends regular relief to refugees in Europeg
Supports missionary pastors and evangelists in
Poland, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark,
Sweden, France, Uruguay, the Argentine,
S.M.S. CANADIAN HEADQUARTERS
I52 Eglinton Ave. E. - Toronto, Oni.
The Avenue Road Church
Toron'to's Centre of Sane, Aggressive Evangelism
Rev l, D Carlson, Minister
YOUTHLAND SERVICES--MONDAY, 8.00 P.M.
Eemfivlh iHHe1nnrial Qlhurrh
RITV. If, Ci, III 5
SUNDAY SFIIY If,If5
1 9.-iw .i.m
XY'urship ll,HU .i,m.
Ifwingcliitic 'UU P-H14
XVICISK NIGHT SERVICES
Tuusmlny Pruning Prayer Service 1-i.1mp,m,
'I'hursilily Fvcning Young Pcnplck 8.00 p.n1.
A XX'IiI.CUIXII7 AXYAIIS YOI
HOPE GOSPEL CHURCH
AsSoC1ATED Qosmio CHURCHES
1992 Yonge Street - Toronto
Rex' 77 I' Fafoini 'IQIHI-jE1.ifC'
.. , ft C,
Mr. Bill Crump
f : " fix, '.-:T:.,: fir. '1 rrfyaciw 'lie
J ,iv PM If
An: If I am w I wat' flhiati '
H I L L C R E S T
Church of Christ
vAuc-HAN ROAD and HELENA
Nlinisler: Rex. Neil Crawford
ulwlii Xlforsliip - I 1.00 A.M
,Y.If. - NI3 PM
You are cordially welcome!
SILVERTHORN BAPTIST CHURCH
Rowntree Ave. at Silverthorn
Minister: REV. ALVA S. ROBLIN -
Phone: HU. 7228-MU. 6372
Sunday Services at Il Alvi and 7 PM,
Personal Counselling by Appointment
The Dignity of Worship and the Warmth ol Evangelism
The Senior Christian Endeavour Society
Zion Evangelical United Brethren Church, Rodney, Ont.
Nlinislcr: 'l'IIIi RICY. I". l'Al'I. ICRIS. IIA., Il.'I'h., '36
l'lIIlIS'l'IAN GIIICICTINGS TU TIIIC CLASS UI" '-lil
'-Tl.. fp,-W. ..f mf 1,..,'.1 .mm wfnfxf ..,f.1 fn. l,.,,-. My mul, .ml mr lfwlf.,,.N.w1.f,. ,WI 1-.mm
uf Ihr llnIlfNpr1fl, In with :nw ull. Annu." II Cnr. Ili: ll,
CLASS OF '49
Best Washes to
C' f ,4 College St. Baptist Church
a SS O 9 College at Palmerston
From one oi '39 0
THE MOUNT DENNIS BAPTIST CHURCH
Weston Reed at Sunnybrae Crescent
mzv. MALCOLM F. MORDEN. Pastor
"HOLDING FORTH THE WORD OF LIFE"
W lLOfd'S Dag A FRIENDLY WELCOME 2.5.1251 - Tuesgay
Orsmip, 11. 0a.m. . .. . - ues ay
Bible School. 3.00 pm. AWAIT5 YOU" Prayer - wednesday
Gospel, 7.00 p.m. Juniors - Friday
CONORATULAHONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS
CONGRATULATIONS TO GRADUATES OF 1949
VERDUN BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday, II UU 5 ID - 7 OU p rn Bxble School--3 UO p III
Monday, B OU p m 7 -Young Peoples Wednesdays, B OU pm -Prayer and Bible Study
For 40 ye-ar.: fin.: church haf: been dedmcatod tO Missionary Endeavour, Bible Teaching
and Soul Winnlng
A Friendly Vlelcome AWGIIS Ycu
REV. I.. E. IONES. Paslor
Y SU- -
Ruluircd Ivy old qst.1IwI1sl1uI IDLIIWIISII-
:ng House to rirszrrlmm rclrgmus lur-
cmruru IIT their spurt IIIIILL Iixrcp-
rrormlly Inge emmmssiom, splemlid
opporrunrry' ru Lununuf your mmm'
mg, XY"rnm NOXY' for further Imm-
and BIBLE HOUSE
60 FRONT ST. WEST - TORONTO I
Rev. I. Scott
fs HOUSE 'TT Ti-If Un
EIFTTHFLA Q ff SOULQS
fr HOME FAFT 'TF I.fITS9T'FffQf
Forward Baptist Church
l89I GERRARD ST. EAST - TORONTO
S T. J A M E S
lucv. x:L'ss1c1,1, sm.:-'. rm., NI.'I'h. Srm1.Q 1mfrmffrflfrlfmrw
A Frzlrcxlmm' ffm! lgffff II'1'.wlrf.w
Illmlfmffm lfruxlx rl. Nll'IR
IxIRlx , .
- - Comphments
QI74 DANFORTH AVE. t0 fhe
Tin' C'l11r1'4'l1 'IUIIUIAL' ,ww Graduating Class
Tw! ul IIUIIII'
Sunday School - I I a.m. Of '49
CI1urcI1Servuce 1 7 p.m.
Mid-week Prayer Service
Wednesday, S p.m.
REV. E. I.. McDOWELL
Belgian Gospel Mission
Graduating Class ot '49
RIN' H F5 Ii0I,I.MAII
1B9l Gerrard St. East
Toronto 8, Ont.
HITV I SCQTT, I3 TI1, Cimirzii 11
REV G BROWN, A A, Ilfian
SENDING SQWN 6004?
AFRICA KY MGIW ?
GOD'S ' '
LA -X! Xx f ,V Z
MESSAGE fi 5
South Africa General Mission 4,0 Sb
14 P k R d G. N. ELLIOT, Secretary T X
WERE IT NOT FOR THE
Shantymen's Christian Association
Of North Ann-riui
I'i'L-.niiiiig Christ .intl Him cruutiui In th-,sc otiiciwvisu unrcacliui. tlwus.1niIs of mcn in IumI'wr,
n ini iiilxxi
mini gg . t . .y camps would mwcz' Iic.ii' the Gospel. In .LII xxuillici' our twcnly inissinngiiwcs
nmiic long, Imtd I--iirncys In win msn, w-mu-11 .ind cI1iIiI1'cn ot uvcry n.1tiun.1I1ty. CUIIII' .ind Croc-QI
in uvcty provimc ot C.lI1.1xItl .is wall .is in thc Kcnuicky .Ami Omrk ihilIllIll.liI1S.
XX c PAY rriiwutc ri- thu splcmini wixicc rcmicreti by ylilll studt-nts .ind scnti Special grcctings in
tI1uCir.nIu.ir1ng C,I.iss ot 1010
366 BAY STREET
TORONTO. ONTARIO. CANADA
S. E. Thomas
FROM THE MISSION GARDENS
TO THE MISSION FIELD
Congratulations to our
Vurnon McDorm.m1I- - 19,19
Glen jones - - - 1951
Lc.1l1 johnson e - 1952
CHURCH OF CHRIST
WINGER - ONT.
House of Friendship
To All Nations lMissionl
209 KING ST. EAST
Sunday, ll.3O a.m. For transients
Sunday, 3 p.m, Public Service
Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Direclor: Rev. Joseph Cramer
Missionary: Miss llda Bauman
Social Worker: Miss Ruby Dellweiler
"Vu iff' llll'l'4'l-HIA1' rrrrrl fwrrrlr
First Avenue at Boulton
REV. FRANK RICE, B.A.. B.D.
Extends Christian Greetings and
Congratulations to the
Class ol '49
WESTON BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor: REV. A. G. GREER, B.A.
T 2 f' wry
Congratulations and best wishes
lor God's continued blessing on
Bill Rogers' graduating this year.
Sincere Congratulations to Helen Durrant and Evelyn Wallace
Rural Life Missions Inc.
A: lr."1 1'-r. 'r.:.rrri'1:rZ'r 1. l".'frr.Jofr"'ri Firth l.lV'rn
OUH AIM Ti glorrtw' Gifl
OUR MFTHOTP Taking 'ne Gospel to Plural Area.:
MISS MAE BROOKS Hagersvrlle, Oni.
REV. FRED SWALLOVN' 24 Howard Park Ave., Toronto, Onl.
A MACEDONIAN CALL
"C'rrnrr' nrrfr rrirrl lrwlp rm."
prvach the Gospel nf our' l.or'rl Jesus Christ to the lr-pr-rs:
provrrlc shelter, fimrl, clothing. anrl mr-ilical twzrtriieritg
rescue thi-ir' healthy chilrlreng
help stamp out lr-pi-rrsy around the win-lrl.
Such is thc Gofl-commissiom-rl task nt'
E MISSION TO LEPERS
Intr-rnatirrrial --- Interdenominational
366 BAY STREET - - TORONTO 1, ONTARIO
REV. G. H. KING. Secretary
Home Evangel Book Shop
418 Church St., Toronto, Canada - Phone: ELgin 2815
BIBLES, HYMN BOOKS
EXPOSITORY BOOKS, TRACTS, REWARD BOOKS
WALL MOTTOES, PERMASTONE PLAQUES, CALENDARS
GREETING CARDS, SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Ask lor our 1949 Catalogue
The Scriprurt- Unimi prfmintus the prayerful and
svstcniativ reading of the Bihle, which is the
hrst step towards bevniuing a Bible Student
The Scriprure Union provides a consecurivr'
scheme of study which imparts an afturat
and thorough knowledge of thc Bible.
The Scriplure Union provides various helps ln-
wards the understanding of the portions to he
read: suth as "Daily Notes," "Daily Bread."
etc. All these helps may be regarded as
The Scripture Union Costs LESS than two cent
per week. Membership and Notes, 85 cents
The Scripture Union has an infiuenve upon
which the sun never sets, The Cards are printf
ed in ninety different languages. and thc num
ber of members is about one million.
Enquiries rniiverniiig the work. Scripture
Union publications and inrminp, of branches
will be cordially received.
THE SCRIPTURE UNION
:zo sr. Muzi' ST. . 'i'oRuN'm. UNT.
REV. ti. VY. J. GRHGSON
"Where there is neither Greek
nor Jew, Barbarian or Scy-
thian, bond or Iree, but Christ
is all and in aII."
United Brethren in Christ
tir.1nr unto thy SCYY.ll1lS, that with
.1II hultlmws they m.iy slit-.ik
Paismr: VIAMIZS li. XYIIAN
CHRISTIAN BOOK ROOM
853 Bloor Street West
iJust west of Shaw SLI
Toronto 4, Ontario
Phone: LO. 3037
BIBLES - SUNDAY SCHOOL SL'I'l'LIES - HYMN BOOKS
Sound Christian iJit9l'2ltll1'6 - Gospel Tracts
YOU'1.L GET A HEARTY WELCOME
CENTRAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL
lnvllu you in lt-
HVENING STLIJY MEETINGS
Third Sulurmlny lixellillpz uf liuvh Month
at 7.30 u'Clm'k
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hvlil in Xorml-ni:-H I14-nw
limliiiiw- ill' RUSS PENN.-L President
600 Concord Ave.
VERNA KELSO, SOJCYQIZJVF. ME. 6775!
T31 Manning Axe,
CHRISTIE STREET BAPTIST
X Iiuplixl 4II1urrI1 with a Hililv Ili:'Lit'IlIIl
mm:-lry. I-mlvamiiiig li. pruimitf- Num
Svriplurul f-xungvli-m INIIII ul Imxnv an
.1I1 .1 I. xlamliug um1u.1IihfwIIy up--n II:
Hililw .15 ilu' lm'll.lllI. IIIILIIIIIIII' mul Ill-Ill!
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l'UNGR.K'l'l'l,.X'l'lUNS IU llllu ILASS Ulf' lf!-ISI
FRONT 'I'HlC YUl'NG l'l-I1ll'l,l'I'S DliI'.XR'I'NIlCN'l'
THE PEOPLES CHURCH - TORONTO
aff, 4llll'1l!lN irlmffmllmf in fin nwulf
ffl fllrI,m1I" l V1 1' li' HN
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Congratulations Hearty Congratulations to
'O MISS LILLIAN DODHAM
GLEN NIZWSON and all the members of
THE GRADUATES OF 1949
CSouth Lutherl - GRAND VALLEY, ONT.
REV H K CASLOH, BA
the Graduating Class
"i'.':fg ill-1:1-3 and Sammon Avea W
REV. A. de V. HUNT
IVITH TIIE f'O.ll1'LI,llIf.YTS OI" Tlllp'
.-l.lI1i1.klSSA1l0IZ JI.-ILE SIXHIJRS
ANI! THE AMIIASSAINJIZ L.lIIl' SINHERS
IIYIIII. l Hu-mxlr Y- limrtm-
CONGRATULATIONS To CLASS OF ,bw
B O O K S H O P
from 12107 Blom' Ht. W.
The Broadcast Committee 'INN Wm ltmlx
to Grads of '49
. He Must Increase
MOUNT PLEASANT ROAD
BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE
'ln all thy ways acknowledge Him, and
He shall direct thy path"
Fwdfiv B P M
But I Must Decrease
John 3: 30
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF '49
From the Church in which Toronto Bible College
began its gre-at work in l894l
Walmer Road Baptist Church
REV C HOWARD BENTALL, BA, BD, Pas::r
REV DAVID B PHILLIPS B
Jr" r -1- '
BD l O' i.. Czirxstxar LG O
A . ,, .T'i!'9Cf
"ll 4' l'l'l'lll'lI flirrsf f'1'11r'l'-ficfl
Calvary Baptist Church
Ontario and Locust Streets
Burlington - Ontario
JOHN JAMES ROBERTS, Pastor
1'miyrrlflrlufioils fo llzr' I law nl 111511
II C0l'lIltl'll2lIlS li: H
ispaaam. and Harbordl
WELCOMES T.B.C. STUDENTS
Make Knox Your Church Home While Away From Home
Sunday 945 a in A-Bible School and Knot-1 Bible Class
il 00 a 1:1 -Services of Worship-7 p in
Monday E 00 V rw -f-Young Peoples Society
Wednesday 8 00 p :ti -' lfno:-: Mid-week "
Miss Lillian E. Dodham
and all the Graduates
MR. and MRS. DODHAM
the Graduating Class
MARION CROWLEY NEWBY
5 ROOSEVELT RD. - TORONTO 6, ONT.
A Friendly Welcome Awaits You At
Oakwood and Iesmond Aves.
Pastor RFE' FIOBIIRT M GORDON
li 00 a in flflorning Worzzhip
3.00 p ni,-Bilofe School fCla.4.:e.s for alll
7.00 I2 in ---Evangelistic Service
Come and Share the Blessing!
NOT ONE SINGLE BIBLE!
NOT UNK 5lNCil.li lJvllil.lf 'ICO Hi
BOl'GH'l"' is the :mist umniuimix plrmsc
.inning Cl11'isti.zns in Germany. The E.l2.C,..
is Lllkltflillillltl to furnisli 20.000 Bilvlus
fm Gospel work in Gcrnmny during rlw
coming inuntlis. Wall you pixiy tlmt this
may hc .iccoinplisliul f
i' if t
IANES A. STFXVART, Gcncxuil Director
I l79 Delaware Ave. I39 Alfred St.
Buffalo 9, N.Y. Sarnia, Ont.
IERNIIE 5'I'RONC1I'l'HARM CHRISTINE FERRIFR
XY'II.I.IAM ROGERS C-EORGFTTE STEVENS CfLARI2NCIIf LOHNES
Plmmgmplly Anlxcluxing Nxlwulprmm
IZLSIE MATHEXVSON DAVID CAMERON LULITA KIiI.I.FY
Secretary 'I4I'C.1NLlI'L'I' Typm
Th F 'th M' ' ' C d
The para-nf tr4x,:.11Cr'm koqfrrx over xx:-:tj.' year: ago in Scotland, and now operate:
'fin'-at Brrtam, Ireland, South Atrrca and Canada It.: prrmarw' ohm-:f:'.'c 1:5 to preach 1
Gospel rn our rural areas and .small 192-mn, and on the keache-.s We are praymg for on
frundr-id God-Coiled '2VClT1QQ11.41:1 and more prayer-he-lper: wh: wtlf back the work tv inet
prayerg and mteresf.
86 Woodlawn Ave. West.
Toronto 5. Ont.
I. ALLAN WALLACE
XVHEN IN GALT, ONT.
Welcfrnle to Wforship
R. ff. PLANT, l3.Sc.. Minisur
Just West of Yonge
REV. H. F. NORDLUND
RUTH TROYER, India
RUTH, BARBARA, SHIRLEY and KAYE
"As thou goes! step by step, I will open up thy way before thee."
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FOR THIS YEAR'S GRADUATES
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"H It's Insurance We Have lt"
0 have graduated from this nohle institution,
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votion to duty, be theirsg and may their calling
and the duties it entails always be a source of joy
and peace to them, and to those to whom they
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