Union Bible High School - Torch Bearer Yearbook (Westfield, IN)

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I 5 1 I 4 I 1 w w W . I Q 5 1 H F 1 5 2 F i 1 i . 5 . : 1 4 "Fifi of :jj-7 'VA lin., if W . . C PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE UNION BIBLE SEMINARY, Inc. WESTFIELD, INDIANA 4 g 165' f 1 lx THE TORCH BEARER As the days go by, Hold your torch up high- The torch of a Spotless Nameg The torch of Hope, That those who grope In the dark may see its flame! The torch of Hold it high above , The crowd as you march along, So all may know The Way to go And avoid the paths of wrong. Let the glowing light ,lf Of the ilame of Right Guide the footsteps of those in doubt. Let your light so shine, With the Light Divine, That nothing can put it out! - , -' -Sel. 'P ' p School Colors BLUE and WHITE O' FOREWORD , . We have found through ftlie past few years that this truly is God's', training camp. There have been many battles hard to fight, but tlirougli each and every one of them God has been our ever-present help in time of trouble. We, the Classbf '58, have tried to apply ourselves to the training, and cooperate with those who were over us. We have been admonished to put on the whole armor of God. This armor includes several' pieces. We realize that we soon will be facing stronger foes on every hand, and that' we must be prepared forthe battles that will come to us when we get on the battleground of life. We must first have our loins girt with truth. This is the main thing for which We have been in training camp. During our stay here we have studied the Word of God from the Book of Genesis to Revelation, verse by Verse. The Lord has revealed to 'us nigfrom His Word. We thank God for the PRIVILEGES that have been ours whilesin the place of training. . .I . , - V 4 We hope as you, mg friends, look through the pages of this book that it will be a blessing to you to know that God still calls those who are will- ing to be obedient to Him. , ' it . ,l W May God'Bless You! ' ' l . 5 Q '.-4.9.35 , U ' Q ' ri . ' ' l 1 it . 'z ' ' . '-D' Q I 9 1 1 Z REV. WILLIAM M. SMITH Superintendent and Founder William M. Smith was born in western Pennsylvania on February 28, 1872. He dates his conversion from the early age of four years. He is author, teacher, lecturer, preacher and traveler. Attended Bible school at Cleveland Bible Institute. After completing his class-room work there he became a teacher in that institution. Made a missionary prospect- ' t ' ' t E uatorial Africa in 1904 and 1905 where he travelled many mg rip in o q miles in that rugged country. Made prophetic lectures in many of the States ' t W Bible Institute. Found and ln Canada. Was also a teacher in For ayne - ed Union Bible Seminary in 1911. Author of a number of books, several of which are used as text-books in other Bible schools and colleges. At pres- ent is active in teaching his regular Seminary classes and doing editorial and office work. I Presidents Message REV. SIMEON 0. SMITH "SEEK YE FIRST . . . ." This command was given by our Lord and Master to His disciples. Those followers were normal men in their desires and ambitions. Seeking is the norm of life for every man, Woman and child. The thing for which one seeks is the determining factor that evaluates the character of the seeker. Class of '58 you have been diligent seekers-in your study, in the class- room, and best of all in the WORD of God. Do not permit the finishing of your Bible Course in this school to be the cause for you to settle on your laurels and thus stop that diligent seeking. But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousnessg and all these things shall be added unto you.-Matt. 6:33. BOARD OF DIRECTORS William M. Smith Amy E. Harvey George W. Stepp Annie W. Smith Simeon 0. Smith Cyril W. Rowe Members of the Seminary Association C. I. ARMSTRONG RALPH A. CLEAVER DEAN B. CONFER RAYMOND FEASTER MABEL FEASTER AMY E. HARVEY LOIS V. PITTS CYRIL W. ROWE WILLIAM M. SMITH SIMEON O. SMITH ANNIE W. SMITH JOSHUA STAUFFER GEORGE W. STEPP GEORGE I. STRAUB Faculty WILLIAM M. SMITH Pentateuch Psychology Doctrine Missions Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you. Matt. 6:33. Poetic Books Homiletics LAVAUN C. SMITH Sunday School Music They that Wait upon the ' Lord shall renew their strength: they shall mount up with wings as eaglesg they shall run, and not be wearyg and they shall Walk, and not faint. Isaiah 40:31. SIMEON 0. SMITH Pauline Epistles Thy Word is true from the begin- ning: and every one of Thy righteous judgments endureth forever. Psalm 119 :160 Faculty AMY E. HARVEY Old Testament History English High School4Typewriting Grades-Reading-lst and 2nd Writing-7th and 8th As thy days, so shall thy strength be. Deut. 83:25b. P WILMA E. HOOK Minor Prophets Evangelism Acts, Romans, Daniel Bible Geography High School-Biology, Spell- ing, Health 8z Safety, Physi- cal Education Junior High-7th--Health 8: Geography 8th-Health 8: Safety I can do all things through Christ which strengtlheneth me. Phil. 4:13. GEORGE W. STEPP Gospels Greek High School-English Grades-5th - 8th-Social Studies If ye abide in Me, and My words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you. St. John 15:7. Faculty BERNEDEAN DAVIS Bible-1st grade through 12th English-3rd grade through 8th Writhig-lst grade through 6th Spelling-2nd and 3rd grade Reading-3rd grade Health-3rd grade And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called ac- cording to His purpose. Rom. 8:28. Q Wm. CHARLES ARGENBRIGHT High School-World History Commit thy way unto the Lordg trust also in Himg and He shall bring it to pass. Psalm 3725. MAMIE A. TUCKER Mathematics-1st grade thru 9th Reading-5th grade thru 8th Health-5th and 6th grades Spelling-5th and 6th Art Thou not it which hath dried the sea, the waters of the great deepg that hath made the depths of the sea a way for the ransomed to pass over? Isaiah 51:10. SE IORS Stand their re, ng on the reastp te .1 THE BREASTPLAT 0 " EOUSNESS E 6 iii f -,, '74- , xi ,EF.LVfi NO? ,lj -, 2 Q! is lla y :V 11 Wrb vdtwtlblgjz fa .- yx A WVN X ru, ' I m i el fig n ag ' 5 fir:-' 1 5 w i i i y 7 y y i N- tx 'ff - 4 Q it tk xl QS lgfi l rigfW 'i' , ,A 'Ml Ir: axe- - it h, We, the senior class of '58, rea 2-jyi kw 5 are rapidly approaching the end of the school year. Many are 193: -rfw tv life which we will soon have to iight. We have been taught lg 4 UI7'f"f'1 the Word of God and abide by it. In order to do this, we ne ff n the breastplate of righteous- ness. " The breastplate which is here mentioned is that part of the Christian soldieris armor which guards the vital parts, and preserves him from being mortally wounded or killed outright while engaged in this conflict of life. We believe that holiness of heart and life is the Christian's breastplate. It is an evidence of our sonship, giving us confidence in the fight with all our spiritual foes. This righteousness is inwrought by a faith in Jesus Christ. Until we have come to Christ, and are found in Him, Holiness is impossible for us. The purpose of the breastplate of righteousness is to guard those ave- nues out of which proceed the issues of life. It is needful to put on this breastplate, because the assaults of Satan are always directed against that which is the very life of the soul. His war is with practical holiness. Fur- ther, this breastplate is necessary to give us confidence in the hour of dis- tress and danger. It will preserve the heart whole and sound, whatever the enemy may thrust at us. Righteousness is the breastplate of the Christian, and is a sure defence against the wiles of the Devil. It will protect us as long as we retain a true purpose and are faithful in doing the thing which God has called us to do. O LORD, may we all be found faithful. MARLIN MOYER Fear thou notg for I am with theeg be not dismayedg for I am thy Godg I will strengthen theeg Yea, I will help theeg yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of My righteous- ness. Isaiah 41:10. MIRIAM E. DONSON The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of troubleg and He knoweth them that trust in Him. Nahum. 127. WALTER BOONE And almost all things are by the law purged with bloody and without shedding of blood is no remission. Hebrews 9:22. BETTY KELLER Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a Workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of truth. II Tim 2:15. o 1' PAULINA GUTIERREZ Delight thyself also in the Lord and He shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Psalm 37 :4. ROGER E. FISH But we see Jesus, Who was made a little lower than the angels for the suffering of death, crowned with glory and honour g that He by the grace of God should taste death for every man. Hebrews 219. UNIORS SA L-VA N04 MLOU f 41. f A 1, , 'ff L 1 2- 'Q f f l b ' I 'I - .4 ,-.. l 1- .' ' - nf- :HV Mx f' W X ,'. 5 mf? V li 'X ll .1 2 . . i f Qmlv 3 .YRUIH T 21 ': 43- irq? PM I! .iv2'l 1 meer K X with the W j. ... I x he Jfflxfxl 'FW l Ml! .Ili I Zi 97 ' V 1' 1 'l .' '. 'ix FW ,' QW lf' l 7, N vi .V U N , f ' 'Q gosp f iff V FEET SHOD Ephesians 6:15 We, the Junior Class, are here preparing ourselves for the work of the Lord. Before one can go on a very long journey he must have his feet pre- pared to endure that trip. We are here on this part of our journey and have paused to prepare ourselves for the future. Our minds are in need of the deep truths of God and how to study the Bible. As our minds are being enlightened we are preparing our feet to go and carry the gospel of peace to others. "And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace." :E A.. E. BLAINE LEONARD M. FISH FISH DEAN LOIS REES MCCULLOUGH PAUL COVERT LUELLA COVERT KYLE GREENE FRESHME . xx 'il EJHLVANO ' .gn 'Q -If Va i . . is -5 il l 'YZ nA .gevamhta y gal Q, g ii 5' flxfwjf- Y .. ', lvl 'I lg , ' W X "I ' E 5: W 'p uench all qgufier N. i x' ed." '- , , .'a i it W lil , 532 M i T l it jpwf lxll . w if f ff ' N gf, 'V I A fxfx fl , v 'f f 'H THE SHIELD 0F FAITH Ephesians 6:16 In contemplating a shield we think of something tangible. We can not literally pick up this shield and carry it around so this is a great faith proj- ect connecting us to the Giver of faith. We visualize a great shield, so when the darts of unbelief and doubt are thrust by the enemy, we will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. John says that faith is the vic- tory by which we overcome the world. Faith is an essential element in sal- vation. The more of it we have the more we can do for God. We should al- ways remember to carry the shield of faith at all times. May God help us never to lay down this shield, but rather hold it high, warding off the pierc- ing arrows of doubt, unbelief, despair and discouragement. Psalm 119:114 Thou art my hiding place and my shield. KENNETH MATIA L. WALLER BALDWIN SADIE JAMES ICKES BAILEY MARION HOMER REYNOLDS CROSS John Confer was not present when pictures were taken Annual Staff Advisor MRS. S. 0. SMITH NNUA STAFF MIRIAM E. DONSON KYLE GREENE Editor Business Manager E. BLAINE FISH LUELLA COVERT DEAN REES Assistant Editor Art Editor Asst, Business Manager HIGH SCHODL "And Ja e the v-,Q ' I ll fJF.LlvmflU Q 0 W.. M A' n." L45 -v.. -I '45 , , W D , 2 ' 5 " XXX lj it N761 I xp r .AY lfl f, A' . N. F' 1 , I, ' ga f -A o W if J, , , ge , . N 'A V ' , tigvff ,fr Tfiflr t '51 , V L - X Q Q vl!fJ1f 1 A W fx it -lf C ll A 3,41 '1 'CQ sk ff1,'x'l. THE HELM F 'sl A'r1oN E J gm t: In mentioning a subject suc 'If ' rtaining to the helmet, one is immediately made to think so warfare. In a warfare some things are of absolute necessity ,'f'4' l an enemy, a reason for war, a 1Ti6th0d of weapons, some sort f ig J for soldiers, and sometimes an 31 ly. .. We might well relate this Warfare to the future life of the graduating students of the high school department of Union Bible Seminary. We are now anticipating being graduated and going forth into perhaps the most trying and troublesome stage of life. We might well look forward to some hardships and battles. Satan, the enemy of our souls, will undoubtedly be constantly trying to defeat us in our efforts to serve the true and living God. In the sacred Scriptures-Isaiah 59:17, we are admonished to put on the Helmet of Salvation as a protection against the wiles of the Devil. It would be only to our defeat if we were to attempt to engage in this great battle alone, as some of our forefathers have experienced in times past, so we, the graduating students of the high school, are taking as our ally, One Who has never lost a battle-The man Christ Jesus, our Captain and Guide. We shall don the Helmet of Salvation and He being our helper, we together shall become unanimous victors over sin and Satan. If we will be faithful in putting on the Helmet of Salvation and bear- ing the reproach of our enemies in this worldg we shall in the world to come, receive in turn for our helmet, a Starry Crown of Victory as our reward for having braved the battle of life. It will be Worth all in the end. Seniors , MARY CONFER A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favof rather than silver and gold. Proverbs 22:1 CHARLOTTE HOLLENBACK For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16. RONALD WATSON Let the words of my mouth, and ceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer. Psalms 19:14. or is the meditation of my heart, be ac- DER CLASSME -f,I 1 -X' il: ,E,a.l.t'hf,'O3 :li If 1 W Z5 4 . . ' rf l l , ll F' 'Q X F, gi 2 " V' X1 R 2 Lim e VE' I wi!! ".. LAN 1 . ' Fa fl fx flt if ic th l lii odf' -f H K Q i F W 'X Q 'X 'lf s tl A . llc 'XXV .I . Am' li lx V: N il , THE swo 'H 4 SPIRIT . n 17 The Bible tells us in Ephesians 6:17 that the sword of the Spirit is the Word of God. When we think of a sword we naturally think of a weap- on used in fighting. The sword of the Spirit which is the Word of God will cut into our hearts, when we have done wrong, and will show us where we have failed, for in Hebrews 4:12 it says, "For the Word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword." Many times even in Christian high schools, jealousy, bitterness, malice, untruths, dishonesty, and many other things rise up, but with the sword of the Spirit cutting into our hearts, we can have victory over the Devil and not be defeated. By using the Word of God as our weapon we can withstand the temptations of the Devil which drag many young people downward to a life of sin. If we, as Christian young people, use this weapon, we can become conquerors over the Devil and indeed more than conquerors. Juniors SUE LOUISE LEMON WHITTED ROXIE SANDRA LAWRENCE VAN ARSDALE sophomores JANET DONNA WHITTED MILLER STEPHEN LAWRENCE STEPP WATSON FTCSDIIISII SARAH CAROLYN BONNIE BROWN BOWDEN HOLLINGSWORTH JULIA GAYLORD DONNA HUDSON HOOK SPEER ESTHER Lols CAROLYN ' VAUGHT WATSON O'CONNOR David O'Connor was not present when pictures were taken. ELESHA HOLLINGSWORTH FRED DAVIS RALPH TUCKER unior High Eighth Grade CAROLYN BLACK RICHARD BAKER Seventh Grade BOB OLIVER CHARLOTTE BROWN if r LOIS O'CON NOR I3 SS Sixth Grade STEVEN DAVIS SHARON BLACK SAMUEL JAMES CONFER O'CONN OR NORMA, LEWELLYN Fifth Grade ' -'fw ww' sw:v39y k:1-,,.,,w- ,elif HRW W2 1 3352? . sf AN I' , I ' u f 5 V -. .::, ff- .: A - .:Q:,::5:Q,.1!: g- 21:41. -:Q f1:z2::fwvEf5 - a..,,..?53 "" "'1Efa23iI""' .,., ' 451' -51. ' ,QT Q : if '13 Q 54 f3g5?x.Qf? if MICHAEL BALDWIN DIANE FISH REBECCA MICHAEL HOOK WATSON Third Grade I PATRICIA LINDA JAMES MOYER BARTHOLOMEW BAILEY JR- --- Second Grade CURTIS RACHEL SHARON NYDA McCULLOUGH WATSON CROCK PICKERELL --1- First Grade CAROL RUTH LAURA MOYER WATSON BARTHOLOMEW MARCIA ADAMS UNK ROSE COVERT S tudent oster 1958 Lois Watson, Fr. ......... ..... W estfield, Ind. Ronald Watson, Sr. .............. Westfield, Ind. Janet Whitted, Soph. ............ Saratoga, Ind. Mabel Louise Whitted, Jr. .... Saratoga, Ind. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Richard Baker, 8th ........ Indianapolis, Ind. SEMINARY James Bailey, Fr. ,.,.........., Bridgeport, Ind, Matia L. Baldwin, Fr, ......,,,.,. Westfield, Ind, Walter Boone, Sr. ............., Mooreland, Ind, John Confer Fr, ....... Westfield, Ind. Luella Covert, Jr. ....... ...... W estfield, Ind. Paul Covert, Jr. .................... Westfield, Ind, Homer Cross, Fr. ................ Mooreland Ind. Miriam E. Donson, Sr. ............ Muncie, Ind. Blaine Fish, Jr. ...................... Westfield Ind. Leonard Fish, Jr. ........ ....... W estfield, Ind. Roger Fish, Sr. ............ ....... W estfield, Ind. Kyle Green, Jr. ....................,... Danville, Ind. Paulina Gutierrez, Sr. ..............,........... Cuba Sadie Ickes, Fr, ......., New Bloomfield, Penn. Betty Keller, Sr. .,.............. Allentown, Penn. Lois McCullough, Jr. ............ Westfield, Ind. Marlin Moyer, Sr. .,.............. Milmont, Penn. Dean Rees, Jr. .....,........ ...... O vid, Colorado Marion Reynolds, Fr. Kenneth Waller, Fr. HIGH SCHOOL Carolyn Bowden, Fr. ......... . Sarah A. Brown, Fr. Mary Confer, Sr. ...... . Bridgeport, Ind. DeWitt, Ark. .. Columbus, Ind. .. Edinburg, Ind. . Lebanon, Penn. Charlotte Hollenback, Sr. ...... Westfield, Ind. Bonnie Hollingsworth, Fr. ...... Celina, Ohio Gaylord Hook, Fr. ......,......... Westfield, Ind. Julia Hudson, Fr. ....,....... Indianapolis, Ind. Roxie Lawrence, Jr. ................ Dunkirk, Ohio Sue Lemon, Jr. .................. Winchester, Ind. Donna Miller, Soph. .......... Bridgeport, Ind. Carolyn O'Connor, Fr. Westfield, Ind. Stephen Stepp, Soph. ............ Westfield, Ind. Donna Speer, Fr, ...................... Bedford, Ind. Sandra Van Arsdale Jr. ...... Bridgeport, Esther Vaught, Fr. .......... Indianapolis Lawrence Watson, Soph. ...... Westfield 7 ! Ind. Ind. Ind. Carolyn Black, 8th .............. Noblesville, Ind. Charlotte Brown, 7th ............ Edinburg, Ind. Fred Davis, 8th ...................... Westfield, Ind. Elesha Hollingsworth, 8th ...... Celina, Ohio Lois O'Connor, 8th .............. Westfield, Ind. Bob Oliver, 8th ...................... Westfield, Ind. Diane Fish, 6th ...... ...... W esffield, Ind. GRADES Marcia Kay Adams, 1st ...... Westfield, Ind. James Bailey, Jr., 3rd .......... Westfield, Ind. Michael Baldwin, 6th ............ Westfield, Ind- Laura Bartholomew, lst ...... Westfield, Ind. Linda Bartholomew, 3rd ...... Westfield, Ind. Sharon Black, 6th ............ Noblesville, Ind. Samuel Confer, 6th ............ Lebanon, Penn. Rose Marie Covert, 1st ........ Westfield, Ind. Sharon Crock, 2nd ................ Westfield, Ind. Steven Davis, 6th ................ Westfield, Ind. Diane Fish, 6th ......... ...... W estfield. Ind. Rebecca. Hook, 5th .................. Westfield, Ind. N oirna Lewellyn, 6th ....,..,.. Noblesville, Ind. Curtis McCullough, 2nd ...... Westfield, Ind. Carol Moyer, Ist ...................... Westfield, Ind. Patricia Moyer, 3rd .............. Westfield, Ind. James O'Connor, 6th .............. Westfield, Ind. Nyda Pickerell, 2nd .......,.... Noblesville, Ind. Michael Watson, 5th ..,... Westfield, Ind. Rachel Watson, 2nd ..........., Westfield, Ind. Ruth Watson, lst ......... , ..... Westfield, Ind. Seminary Bell This is a picture of the bell which rings in the tower of the Seminary Building. The bell was cast in Baltimore Md., in 1885. Likely this large bronze bell was lifted to its place in the belfry within a year after it was cast. Ever since that time it has been summoning children to graded school, young men and women to high school and since 1911 has also been calling students to Seminary classes to study the Bible and prepare for the calling the Lord has given them-some to the ministry, mission field, pastoral work, evangelism, to be better Sunday School teachers, or to be better mothers or fathersg yes, in general to be good Christian workers. The Seminary building is located on a beautiful campus, surrounded by many trees, and when this bell rings it can be heard for miles in every direction. Perhaps most of you have never heard this bell ring. But as you look at this picture perhaps God is calling you to prepare for His work. If this is where God is calling you to come and prepare, you will rejoice when you hear this bell ring out the time to come and enter the classroom to delve into the rich truths of the Word. rw , an x 4 W X , 3 X . xv SNL K 'Q YN A 5 RM. xiii, N Qs -5 .v A 1 55 J K 'f Q . 1 VEK1 V T151 f.'-13559: 5 '?'FY-" -Q , - " '- 'N - ...., ,. X ig. X E X x R xx. ' . X3 N X 3 X9 xy.. vw , .W f Q! s .-.4-f-,g. 'S' 4. CDedication to the Alumni The Alumni Association has done much to further the progress of the school since its organization in 1947. The present students appreciate all of the advantages that have been made possible for them through the proj- ects for which the Association has been responsible. Their projects through the years have been as follows: 1948-New brick light posts to be placed on each side of the drive and at the street end of the front walk. 1949-Student side-arm chairs. 1950-New chairs. 1951-Doors for the front of the building. 1952--More new side-arm chairs. 1953-New iioor for the front hall. 1954-Crushed stone on parking lot Q92 tonsl. 1955-Ventilating fan for Memorial Hall. 1956--New lights and blackboard in the high school room. 1957-Garage for school bus and truck. On the next few pages are some interesting pictures of various class groups of former years. Seminary 1921 A Choral Group High School Group - 1923 Seminary Group - 1925 Graded Group with Teachers -1933 High School Group- 1934 Commencement Group - 1934 High School Group - 1935 Graded Group with Teachers - 1936 Y NWN' , Printing Plant and Founders Hall Staff - 1958 Hn r1,,,-, D - 1937 BACK ROW: Miriam Donson Student Linotype Operator Simeon O. Smith Plant Superintendent Noble Brim Maintenance Man Blaine Fish Student Printer Charles Argenbright Plant F0l'0l1lilll Vera Argenbright Mailing:-list Clerk William M. Smith Editor R Manager FRONT ROW: Lavaun C. Smith Mntron 8: Dean oi' W, Nlayme E. Hinshaw Bookkeeper 81 Mail-f'ik. Catherine Hollenback Linotype Operator Lena Watson t'ook Elsie Warne Proof Render Annie W. Smith Editor G. for the Y. i Administration Building Cottage Dormitory with Occupants -1936 Founders Hall--The Dormitory with at Home-like Atmosphere Union Bible Seminary Graduates ...A- Orvah Keith Addington ............ '42 Edith L. Ahnert .........,...,. ,...... ' 24 Cecil G. Alkire ....... ......, ' 22 Estella Alkire ..... ....... ' 25 Ruth Alkire ......... ....... ' 27 Harley Anderson .....,...... ....... ' 48 William A. Atchison ....... ....... ' 45 Lawrence Ayers ............ ....,.. ' 57 -B- Burl Bair ...,.................. ....... ' 19 Carl F, Baldwin ............... ....... ' 14 William Renvey Barcus ............ '26 Bertha iBarkerJ Jones ............ '13 Carey D. Barker .......................... '22 John H. Barnard ........................ '41 Mary H. fBarnardJ Enyart '29 William S. Barnard .................. '30 Frances fBeneflelJ Ragsdale '38 Georgia Lee Biggs ...................... '48 Hazel D. QBinegarl Collins ...... '40 Laura H. Birden ........................ '35 Mattie fBlountl Marca ............ '19 Herman S. Bolinger .................. '36 N. Marie fB'ollingerJ Plner '46 Peter H. Bollinger .................... '28 Frieda Bookout ..,....... ....... ' 21 Walter Boone ........... ......... ' 58 Norris Box .................. ....... ' 49 Ella Briles ...................... ....... ' 14 Nineveh Rush Briles ..... ....... ' 22 Lena Marie Brown ........ ....... ' 40 Velma 1Brunnl Nale ....... ....... ' 4-1 LeRoy E. Bula .......... ....... ' 26 J. Russell Butler ...... ....... ' 33 William E, Butler .......... ....... ' 48 ..C.. Emma E. Canaday ........ . '22 Hazel L. Canaday ........ ....... ' 18 Charlie E. Carmony ...... ....... ' 21 E. Barton Carter ........ ....... ' 40 Harry A. Carter ..... . '21 Lizzie M. Carter ........ ....... ' 22 Acahal 0. Cassady ...... . '35 Donald E. Cassady ........ ....... ' 37 Nellie Cassady .............. ....... ' 35 Elva fChanceJ Rich ....... ....... ' 15 Jessie M. Chappell ..............,....... '26 Rose Clanin .................................... '40 Naomi iClevengerJ Downs ........ '35 Hazel L. fClouseJ Stautfer '27 Dean Confer ................................ '48 Burnie S'. Cook ............................ '21 Allie M, fCooperl Smith .... Horace Coose ..... , .... . .......... ....... ... ni. '23 '54 Harry L. Covert ............ ........... ' Ada M. fCoxJ Clark .................... ' Orval H. Cox .......................... Phama Edith lCoxJ Mosher Zephel M. fCoxJ Day .......... John A. Coy ..................,......... Marlin Crock .................. . Samuel Hurley Cross ..... . Ora E. Crossley .......... . Donald O. Culp ....... . Gladys Culp- ............................ Flora B. Cumins .......................... '23 L. Lavaun CCuminsl Smith ..D... Ernest W. Davis ...... ....... ' 24 Jennie Ellen Davis ...... ....... ' Genelle A. Day .......... . J, Mahlon Day ..... . N. Harry Day ................................ ' Broadus Deal ................................ ' Irena Muriel fDlckJ Etsler Scotty Ray Dickinson ....,........... '53 Emory L. Dill ............ . Jesse M. Dixon .............................. ' Miriam Donson ................................ '58 Lelah V. tDunaganJ Broyles Roy V. Dunagan .................... - E - Elisabeth fEarleJ Deal ........ Leland Earls ....................... . Mary B. tE1lisl Rowe ........ Arthur W. Enyart ........... . Frank T. Enyart ............ . Paul C. Enyart ............ . Juanita Etichison ............. . -F... Irena M. fFarmerJ Reed .... Raymond L. Feaster ............ Mabel E, Feaster .................. Roger Fish .............................. Gladys L. fFortunel Smith Frank Fox ................................ Ola G. Fox .................... . Guy W. Furbay ..... . James R. Furbay .......... . -Gi Hazle Marie Green ........ ....... ' Helen H. Griffin ........ . Daniel Grisso ........... ....... ' 48 Clarence E. Gow .......................... '34 Paulina Gutierrez .......................... Gladys H. fGuyerJ Marley -H... Enos Haggard .............................. '22 Nevin Haines ....... Emerette W. Hall ...... .... Devona Iona Hall ...... .... Myra Halsey ...,,...........,,. ,,,, Mrs. Grace Halstead ....... .... Robert Halstead .......................... Laverne Halstead ....,................... '26 '26 '81 '49 '49 '49 Lora Elsie fHartmanJ Bula .... '25 Amy Esther Harvey .................... Sarah E. Harvey ........ .... Gleason J. Hawn .......................... Imogene Hendrickson ................ 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' 20 Orval Huffman ........ .... ' 34 Rosella Hughes .......... ........ ' 50 Henry F. Hundley ..... 4 .. ......... .. '18 Mary Esther Hunt .Q .................... '25 Edward Parker Husselton ........ ' '28 Mary Huston ................................ '50 -I- Maude E. H. Illyes ..... ......... .. '23 Raymond A. Ingram ..... .... ' 39 .- J' ... Claudius A. James ........... .... ' 17 Frank W. Jarboe ........................ '50 Chloa B. Uaredj -Somers .......... '20 Grace Jay ...................................... '15 Maude E, Uessupl Stauffer .... '19 -Susanna E. Uessupl Husselton '21 Carey Jessup ................................ '13 Grace M. Johnsonbangh ............ '26 Hazel Global Wisdom ........ .... ' 52 Charlie Lee Jones ...... .... ' 42 Lavon Pauline J ones ..... ....... Charlie F. Jordan .......... ....... Elmer W. Jordan .......... ......... -K-. W. Walter Keeney ........ ....... Betty Keller ...............,.... ......... William C. Kennedy .................. Harry M. Kreider ,....................... Mary E. fKrughJ Haines ........ -L... Walter E. Langston ............. .... Gurney Laws ........... .... Ada Laws .......... .... Fred O. Lee ............. ....... Mary Edith Lee .......................... Lee Lenker .................................. Westine iLietzmannJ Shlifelt .. M .. Pauline E. -fMacyJ Schwartz Albert Marley ....................,. 1 ......... Lillian L.'Marley ............. ....... Fleming Martin ............................ Iva E, fMartlnJ Pendry ...,...... Ethel P. fMcCarterJ Barnard Ethel McKinley ............................ Elsie lMartinJ Coulter .............. Harley Melton ................... .... Ralph Mohler Jr. ...... Lester Moore ..................... ., ......... Marion M. Moore ........................ Emma fMorrowJ Langston .... Esther Irene CMorrow5 Mills Lois T. tMorrowJ Hanna ........ Mary Ellen fMorrowJ Carroll Harold H. Mosher ...................... Henry H. Mosher ...... ....... Robert E. Mosher ...... ....... S. Harlan Mosher .... ....... Marlin Moyer .................................. ..N.. Lillian J. iNahrwoldJ Barnard Clifford A. Newby ...................... Dorothy I. QNewbyJ Smeenge James Edwin Newby .,................ . William Ernest Newby ............ Samuel Newby ................. -.-A--- John M, Newby ..... David Newby ....... Glenn Newton ................ .-.---- -0- David Philip Olcott - P .... Mary fPikeJ Stuart Lois V. Pitts .................. ------- John Herdon Powell ....... ....... Velma L. Powers .......... ....... James Price ................ ....... Maggie Ann Purdy ........ ....... li '42 '40 '17 '33 '58 '32 '19 '38 '18 '31 '31 '32 '32 '54 '15 '31 '37 '37 '14 '20 '43 '16 '47 '50 '50 '53 '45 '14 '31 '33 '26 '22 '2'1 '22 '25 '58 '28 '23 '44 .21 '20 '47 '48 '50 '19 '53 '22 '19 '52 '36 '48 '23 -R... Paul W. Ragsdale ...... ....... ' 37 Earl Ramey ............. ....... ' 49 Effie Randall .............. ....... ' 17 Harry Reece .................. ....... ' 16 Glen E. Reichenbach ..... ....... ' 34 Walter R. Rhoades .................... '22 Homer D. Rich ................,..,,,,,..., '25 Mary Lydia iRichJ Ramey ........ '38 Perry F. Rich .............................. '23 Bessie R. Riley ............................ '35 Eunice A. Riley .......................... '38 Julia W. fRileyJ Carter ............ '38 Rebecca L. fRileyJ Addington .. '41 Ruth C, Riley ................................ '44 Oal Otis Ring ..................,............. '52 Carl Roark. ...,................................ '38 Ellen D. fRoarkJ Atkinson .... '39 Lewearlie Roberts ...................... '24 Emma A. Roberts .... ....... ' 24 F. Earl Roberts ........ ....... ' 45 Bascom G. Rollins ........... ....... ' 23 Dorthy Ross ............,..................... '41 Elsie A. fRossJ Newton ............ '21 Cyril W. Rowe ................. ....... ' 23 ...S- Fred Schwartz ......... .... ' 30 Edward C. Scott ........ ....... ' 46 Asa Waldo Seawell 1 ...... '39 Jason H. 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Gum' Missionary Work in 1,51 caan ' N on 1m 4 L99 K 1 X X 7x f Ai? 'iff' o obxUl:oN ess 11 f ,...---- +, .-FW TYS' "" 'Z' V V ,I 'J Y -.la ly I ff ,W K ,-4, ' ---1 --,-,-qs.. . 1' -, ., -A-A. 3 'Y it .bm i fr. ,, f s . 35 f' .IIJMJ of ,.:LZ" 4 f ,V ' 1:1 1' I, 1- - BQLIVIA South America I 9 ? R. ELLEN BRILES ANNIE W. SMITH WILMA E. HOOK MiSSi0T1H-PY Missionary Missionary Secretary-Trezisurer -Sec1'etary-Treasurer Secretary-Treasmer 1919 - 1933 1933 - 1957 1957 - MISSIONARIES IN BOLIVIA A La Paz Church' " RUTH F. HAAN Donls I. WARREN Seminary students have gone as missionaries to the following coun- tries: Formosa Central America Japan Africa Philippine Islands India South America China Grand Cayman Is. Alaska Leland and Mary Trussell in Bolivia, S. A. Our Headquarters Building-La Paz, Bolivia, S.A l -v r . A ,nm - 'f' 535 79 ' A .41 3 4 LCKN ff 51' n X nine.. 4 ,un 'SMH 3 5 3 2 3' 'f 6 ".l ,rl ' KQG R F n ' 63 J wh Q Q lvfrenu U f c 1 -g..,, Q tvs., X ,gr ...M l 9 lr, lm :L 9, 9 Faq. 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