Western Apostolic Bible College - Our Treasure Yearbook (Stockton, CA)

 - Class of 1965

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'u? k H., ..,..- '14 2 .-SH?"-'.4l'.q,..Ef' ' '-' "- 'LM --F 01460614 Truth flouth Off The theme, TRUTH FOR YOUTH, of our l964-65 annual is a challenge to the students of Western Apostolic Bible Col- lege. Proclaiming the truth is a task that requires a con- tinual production of heart-convincing young people in order to propagate the whole gospel to a youthful generation of vain concepts. The youth of our day exert into reality the every evil desire that enters their finite mind. And this they say, is an outlet for tension build-up within the per- son. But this is erroneous, for your Christain life is a verification of the only release of mankind, ...you shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free. The truth is the deliverer of captives, the redeemer of youth, the savior of life, and the basis for youth. There- fore, will your choice be in spreading the TRUTH TO THE YOUTH? ' t Q: f-me fig,-if-asf-Jw' ,T rd QQ... Qjre.91bQ12f's Wessaye The words of the wise preacher when he said, "Buy the Truth and sell it not,' could never have found a more timely era tofchallenge humanity than now. Every worthy conflict has had Truth at its equator, motivating it: yet it has never been without its adversaries. When Truth was personified in Him who could say, "I am the Truth,n he was faced by a hostile world. The intensity of this battle is drawing near its zenith as we draw near the time of the master deceiver, the Anti-Christ. From the great conflicts of History, we find.it was the young who were called to the LINE OF DEFENSE. Like-wise, the challenge of today is YOUTH FOR TRUTH, This year, as in the past, from the campus of W.A.B.C. will go some of the finest of our Youth who have finished their training and are marching forth to meet the challenge of this closing Dispensation. May God's Blessing and Anointing be on this graduating Class of 1965. May Truth be purchased at any cost, and be sold for no price however great. flydeflfefwwgz x 5 'lr 199 - . 7 " 'W m VW infix. -stag f The Whole gospel lo the Whole Worlzl W'1"'iiiii' W fm wi' -1' A S.. Rev. Haskell Yadon Rev Uscar Vouga Foreign Missionary Director Cbeofcabon , The editorial staff of the Western Apostolic Bible College chose to honor for this year's annual dedication, the Home and Foreign Mission- ary Departments of the United Pentecostal church. We feel that the fine directors of these departments are worthy of much recognition. The won- derful work of Bev. Haskell Yadon of the Home Missionary Department and and of Rev. Oscar Vouga of the Foreign Missionary Department has been paramount in the winning of thousands of souls both home and abroad and on the missionary fields. God alone could give these men just reward. All we can do is thank God that He has given us such fine leaders. During the early half of this century various groups were organized. Among them two of the major bodies known as The Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ, Inc., and The Pentecostal Church, Inc., became so closely associated in doctrine and fellowship that in l944 steps were taken to unite the two bodies into one organization known as the United Pentecostal Church. Our organization has made tremendous strides in its missionary endeavors considering it is but twenty-one years old. Already we have missionaries in nearly sixty countries of the world and home mission works in many areas of the United States. However, we appreciate our missionary departments because they have refused to relax. For, there are still over forty countries who do not have one witness. This is why we thank God for our missionary departments and for the in- dividuals who are concerned with their functions. For it has well been said that where there is no vision, the people perish. To the faithful people who represent our Home and Foreign Missionary Departments, we dedicate this 1964-65 annual,OUR TREASURE.May God con- tinue to use you as He has in the past. Home Missionary Director - Location of First Bible School gk 1 linux I Ili WHYB ... by .. ., 6 EE. md JZ , Dedication for Foundation of New Bible College Though the need for a Jesus' Name Bible School on the West Coast was keenly felt by various individuals for many years, it was not until the spring of 1951 that definite steps were under- taken to establish such an institution under the leadership of Rev. C.J. Haney, pastor of the First Pentecostal Churchof Stockton. The first undertaking began in February 1949, when classes were held in the basement rooms of the First Pentecostal Church of Stockton, located on Harding Way. The results were very good and encouraging, but because of the rapid growth of the school it was necessary to find another location. One remarkable evidence that God was behind this effort was the finding of ideal property for the school by Bro. Willie Renison. The property, three and one-half acres, was then pur- chased on Cherokee Lane, and work started immediately in reno- vation of the two-story house into a girls' dormitory, then the hmndation was laid for the school building itself On June 21, 1953, formal dedication services were held. Octo- ber 5, 1953, marked the opening day of school. On this notable day the manifested glory and presence of the Lord signified His approval of this effort. Thus, Western Apostolic Bible College efficially opened its doors as an institution dedicated to the cause of training young men and women for full-time Christian service. xpanols 9 Qema nd The fO1lOW1Hg year the eleventh and twelfth grades of hlgh school were added the flrst school annual OUR TREASURV was successfully publlshed and a second school bu1TQ1ng was Con structed to meet the needs of IHCFCHSPA enrollment In the Summer of 1954 Western Apostollc Blble College was Off1C1ally accepted and endorsed by the Board of ChF1SC18H Educatlon of the Ur f d Pentecostal Church and 'so oy the General Conference at Columbus Oh1o On February 24 1956 the school was ded1cated unto God s SCFVICE In 1955 the S8Ct10H COmpF1S1Dg rooms 4 5 and the llbrary were completed 1956 and 1957 marked the completlon of the boys and glrls dOYm1COF16S The present d1n1ng hall and recreatlon hall were erected 1 H59 fOHgW1th an expanslon of the glrls dormltory With the growth of the school lt was found necessary to add an EXCCHSIOH on the boys dormitory whlch was completed 1n 1963 Also dur1ng thls year the Kn1ghts Senlor Class of 1963 erected the fountaln located between the two groups of bulldlngs 1D front The followlng year an extens1on on the glrls dormltory was added bulldlng whlch w1ll 1nclude the followlng 0ff1CC f8C111C16S spaclous llbrary a bookstore and conference rooms Th1s bu1ld1ng w1ll be sltuated behlnd the fountaln Breaklng ground for th1s bu1ld1ng 1S expected to begln durlng the latter part of Aprll 1965 Western Apostollc Blble College has made a remarkable growth slnce 1953 when 1C began 1CS lnfancy w1th lts growzng palns W thank God for the accompllshments thus far and as each year pro ceeds and the studentbody lncreases many new bu1ld1ngs w1ll b estabhshed rf' Nw Anpmew i J "W"' -ari"l' Present Campus R? 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Paul Price 1 1961 1 1 1 P 5 1o a Rev. Kenneth Haney 1957 aa Bro. Bennie Wright 1964 Rev. Paul Dugas 1961 Rev. Jesse Francis 1969 'Afl hd r""I," Bro. John Goodwin Lois Seibold Mrs. Olive Haney . 1964 1958 1951 Af ' I N W 1.5 Robbie Broadway Mary Lou Myrick 1964 1957 1 ' E. ,J Rd' 1 1 X79-I:-pi' Bro. Robert Filkins 1962 1964 1 1 Bro . Claude Adai r tx:'ali Kenneth Bledsoe Elias Duarte PART TIME STUDENT TEACHERS QPU! ,'-..-p' Shirley Garner e T-E-T,f-mg: Q2-ian: T I 314111 e F 0 Margie Rameriz Charles Garner Q . Iv E5 I I 'V P1 E1 EL auf' 1" Steve Allen Sfwenf 5009 Gouncz' Student Body Officers Jim Roam ............ President Melvin Thacker.Vice-President Martha Young ........ Secretary LaNe1l Jackson ...... Treasurer The Student Council minutes show that the council never lacked business to carry out. The counci1's main job is the enforcement of the Student Body Con- stitution. This year the Student Body's pro ject was a parking lot near the boy's dorm. Student Council an 49' k ' ,Q 7' r ,W 'T I , XJ X Jim Roam, President Student Council, as the words imply, is a group of students counciling together for the purpose of bettering their college, WESTERN APOSYOLIC BIBLE COLLEGE. It is compose of the leaders and class representatives of the student body. The Student Council of 1964-65 had a great task and much re- sponsibility which consisted of planning all the school socials and many of the major banquets. Along with this it was respon- sible for overseeing all student work duties and the care of the campus as a whole. The various functions of classes, clubs, and the Crusader's League were also under its jurisdiction. Some of its many accomplishments were the construction of a new mens'parking lot and the establishment of the Apostolic High Schoo Student Council and Chapel Service. The tireless efforts and unselfish willingness of its officers and members to improve the environment of fellow students has been a great blessing in the school year. It was an honor as Student Body President to work with such a consecrated and enthusiastic Student Body. x, f" 7 GPM y.. y 922 ffppfecfmbn fo Boar gf Cbffecfom 0 esferp fvposfoib 931612 Gogaye We, the Student Body and Facul ty, extend to the School Board of Directors our slncere thanks for their continuous efforts to promote WESTEFW APOSTULIC BIBLE CIJLLEGE. The School Board, although it is not seen by the students in everyday life, is the guiding force by which our school functions. ,117 1 . M 'yse-w--af Rev. W R. Pair Rev. Otis. M. Petty Rev. C. F. Epley Rev. Guy H. Bennett District Supt.. 1 Presbyter Sec. 6 Presbvter Sec. 7 Presbyter Sec. 8 59- - A . , . is i .1 5B'fP1 l LJ 1? W '+L-il: fm Local, Board of Directors V' ' I ,.... 5' r I, F'-,ZX .ag -.gm-1 Ei I -f Y .qs A'a'Zi lv' ' 'J-" , . . V I V V , , , -' vi. T2-'.. 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SENTINELS he acheloff of Jqrts GQVUU Western Apostolic Bible College offers a four-year pnogram leading to a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theology or English Bible. The English Bible Students' Minor is deterr- niinred by his specific vocational objective in the Ministry and may be chosen in one of the following fields: Missions, Christian Education or Music. The following NU'- dents l'...vc- obtained this degree. Am- 1'-v-13 wi -if 1 J ' W, . W KUVNETH BLEDSOE cuixnuzs GARNJFR BTYGH, Texas X N b 'VK' I Exeter, Calif. JOHN CHDDWIN Pasadena, Calif. 'if-me ears fig, 14, Y M- BPNNIE WRIGIT DCN MARKWELL Bloomington, Ind. Stockton, Calif. 1 .I .Cuff 3iA-gr- - - ff- . -ji- Irlff 1 JH -crifr ALFRED JOSE PAUL LABDUBE JOHN CAMPBELL Los Angeles, Calif. R0112, Missouri Ontario, Calif. -sw -F-W , K e'f? RON SEAGRAVES DON HYRKAS JOHN Mc DONALD 1'f Modesto Calif Ontario, Calif. Stockton, Ca i . , , Q , -of W A' ,.,,, CHARLES POOL DANNY H3YD TRIIJN MC CLINE Burney, Calif. Camden. Tenn- Salem' Ofegon sf a X fx -sew mfwf a iz ss 7' mama as mn , E W will WILBURN WAITS I rving, Texas ss Us A wa managm- .m.5.m. sim Q Ni-:'-wins iz a a ss mn I ss ss Ismail ss mmm 1' 5,1-I I-I DAVID BI SHOP Holdenville, Okla. E w MARTHA YOUNG Si tka, Alaska mn NH Qms ss ss as E ,,...,"? Q z sw hm ss 31 an is assess E msgs E as mn x in in x 2 m - ,iii um-K mm JIM ROAM ROBERT MARTINVLZ St. Louis, Mo. Wilmington, Calif. xii. . , uw" MELVIN THACKER CARLA BELKNAP Selma, Calif. Marble Falls, Texas Qc, ss as sm X U is - E .mms xg a H lwxm ,Img a :Wm an w a as mass 5 ss EMWM gm W wssgglfgf WE ss mn was as .45 H msn ss if 1 in 'W was was .gym gl-is s 5 Q E g m sBims B Bama an BEVERLY DAVIES SHARON PARKS Redding, Calif. Tucson, Ariz, 19 I RICHARD Joss Los Angeles, Calif. ABEI. ZAMOHA Monterey N. L. Mexico E zzz Q- H H E 25 - 'fx A - ' H E . E. . y ,. I H E iw H -H jon 5 s-.. H 5 E sf, , ,au T E 13 Q F .. -Mg - J f :F , H , . p A . F ,A dl A A-Q 1- 'mu wat H 3 ' E , W 1 sf C45 ' "1 1 .Cl 5 4 or V ' ff 35: Jr 'f"' ' ,254 1' . RIG-IARD EATON Stock ton, Cal if- LEWIE DAVIES ss . 5 'I "H: .55 bf' ,Q 'H 1, , J D.W. TRACY Stockton, Calif Si w DAVID MISHLER South Bend, Ind. 5 I vw Redding, Calif. my A -,ze 'A , IL -411118155 JERRY PRUETI' Popular Bluff, Mo. a THIRD AND FOURTH YEAR CURRICULUM TYPICAL THREE YEAR BIBLE AND THEOLOGY PROGRAM T e 7 Feaskof Jehovah l Prophecy THIRD YEAR FIRST SEMESTER Theology Paullne Ep1stles Amerxcan Hxstory Mlnor Prophets Sunday School Admn Greek I SECOND SEMESTER Theology Pau11ne Epmstles Amer1can Government Prophecy 8 Today s World Speech II Greek I B TYPICAL PROGRAM FOR BIBLE MAJOR AND THEOLOGY MINOR THE SENIORS STRIVT IN 65 THIRD YEAR FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Theology Paul1ne Ep1st1es M1nor Prophets Eng11sh COMPOSIUIOH Sunday School Adm1n1strat1on Counse11ng and Gu1dance Theology Paul1ne EPISEIES Speech II Prophecy 5 Today General Eplstles s World ENGLISH BIBLE MAJOR AND CHRISTIAN EDUCATION FOURTH YEAR FIRST SEMESTER Greek II World Literature MIDISCEFIHI COUHSCIIHE Inter-testament H1st.o ry PFBCCICS Teachlng SECOND SEMESTER Greek II B Engl1sh L1terature General Eplstles Busln ss Adm1h1SEf3t10H Practlce Teachxng B 21 ! A , . , ' M' A " ,,L -' . , 3 h n I I. 'L-4 , ' . f' m' . 5 , . . . . 1 I, vw ' ' ' I N-I. Y,., I, W H me 1.uH R BHS. Au' Tween E' .. 'wee N-Q H 1 I ,W. ,,,H4fEf Y, - H , I -I' BR H H H ri SS nl - N H H W . . P .ne . . . Gokye unzbrs Junior Class Officers: President ............ Nate Wilson Vice-President ..... John Clifford Sec'y Tres ........ Marilyn Castro Sponsor ,.... ...Rev. Paul Dugas If 1' . K SIGNETS Class Motto: "The Heavens Declare His Glory ' ' f f'1.5'5gLf 'i ' "' STEVE ALLEN Oroville, Cali f. RUTH FILKINS Crooksvi Ile, Ohio MIKE EEXJNETT NATE WILWN JO r3': Xing, fr-"gy Redondo, Wash. Kerman, Calif- Indianapol Y :sis 5.5 , , DARRELL FROST DARREL GREEN ELPIDIO 'KN4 Lndi. Calif. Grand junction, Colo. Oxnard, Ca. 'xiii' RUSH Loucls ALBERT MINGHELL1 JOHN om-BGA LARRY REN15 Omaha, Nebraska Stockton, Calif. L05 Angeles, Calif. Burney' C31 IDBERT A REYNOLDS MARI LYN CASTRO La junta, Colo. Livingston, Ca HN CLIFPT JUNIOR YEAR CURRICULUM THREE-YEAR BIBLE AND THEOLOGY NIEL PROGRAM ,asa gg og, 24 :-: " ffl , I ENGLISH BIBLE MAJOR AND CHRISTIAN EDUCATION SECOND YEAR FIRST SEMESTER ' Interwoven Gospels Prophetical Research Major Prophets 'Church Admin1MJ Women's Role in Home CWD Speech I BUSINESS Administration SECOND SEMESTER Interwoven Gospel Prophetical Research Church History Child Study Homiletics Sociology Ministerial Ethics CMJ Women's Role in the Church KWJ Physical Education PROGRAM FOR BIBLE MAJOR AND THEOLOGY MINOR SECOND YEAR FIRST SEMESTER Interwoxeu Gospels Prophetical Research Major Prophets General Psychology Speech I Church Administration Physical Education SECOND SEMESTER Interwoven Gospels Prophetical Research Church History Child Study Homiletics Sociology Ministerial Ethics IMI. Women's Role in Church KWH Physical Education, THE JUNIOR CLASS AFTER ONE YEAR HAS PASSED SECOND YEAR FIRST SEMESTER Incerwoven Gospels Prophetical Resea-ch Major Prophets Church Administration CM, Women's Role in Home KWH Speech I A W Business Administration SECOND SEMESTER interwoven Gospels Prophetical Research Church History ,, Ministerial Ethics KM? Women's Role in Church Romiletics Child Study Gokye res men Freshman Class Officers: President ........ ...Ronnie Walls Vice-President... ...Elias Duarte A h Secretary ...... ..... Pam Myers Q ' Treasurer... ............ Dan Orr Sponsor... ..Rev. Kenneth Haney I m aaa W mi . . E. i guage- . - el . - ,i . 'mmifw M. - ..MaeeH. E.. , .. . M aa ear U.. : . - N ' . ss ' NB E ' - ' - r ' " ' :zz H E A I A A . ... .:. --..- ,- ,. . .. . . . -- ---- a Nloizto : 'But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength...' Isaiah 40:31 F ra, as WwQ? K gg-E ! li ish QED? magma SSE www V GEORGE CRAFT Fresno, Calil IF: Lil NT A ' F Q in M :mn ima L Lass :gg DANNY ORR l Sacramento,C211f- siig " 'ww E if mmm' kg-gsm mm yi -gym mx-EWIHTNDSAE, :ma gl. N N N mn Www FE-sm .N N Q an N N N J. D. FOUT San Diego, Calif. ALFONSO CALDERON' Bakersfield, Calif. 26 NE " niggas KH, 3 3 J 1 ls A www y , EEK . i is " QSM .am-513 N N :Q N NDEQE TOMMY BROWN Waynesville, MQ. MAURICE BYRD Portsmith, Va. 1 F g,,,7 , RAYMOND CARILLO Wilmington, Calif . VQQQQE N xmsjwg' v ELIAS DUARTE Lamont, Calif. Nfmm - E .-y SF, QE, 111? :H is BHS Q. DANNY HERNANDEZ ROBERT GALLEGOS ?2giQffgfT,S Ind Los Angeles, Calif. Stggkton, Calif. ' ' DN ima: if Q iwf 'Kiki 51 NEB E m an N EERE N ,sa . S win 5 ss E35 mm 5' 253: D, Egkg JERRY POSEY . Terrence, Callf NP' .,,.s-- -Y LONRAD AGUIRRE RIQHXRD ALMAQAZ n Pedro, Ca 1 ockton C 1 -1 ,f ,WM .Y -f- f . , ' as E as W 4 I i H E R I a H - . mass ms 5 uv' CH ARLES CLARK Indlanapolx Ind f' ,sf ,JW 6-P,-1 ,,,,4-- ,,.- BILL MATTHEWS DOMINGO MARTINEZ 1 l'I1l1gtOn C 1 rman Ca , MANUEL ROMERQ DAVID NAVARRO o oraclo Sprxngs, Co 0 os Angeles, Ca EDDIE SANDEZ San Ysxdro, Ca 1 WON KIM Chezu , rea as DON MCINTYRE n 1 anapolx s 1dV'Qgf 'H E 5 H. e DAN SEGHAVES Kennett K HSM EEZ 5 . . F, WWE Sf N HQZM MQ K ' sm ,Em H ,Us A 1 My " 'QA H H F x , 5 ' H , X., F X 1 if Q, . f 1: Z , x ., r V Em gim- ,- mngnwwglm Wmmg Sign , ,mg W era?-f Q M E A H . f Sa 1'f. Sr , a1'f. ' 's, . - .ij i ff- . . H I 'f I Q 2 ' N H ,, -1- - ,Ai 1 M -H 'iff' im QQQ 'iQl-135 ,Y .,.,,.,.,f: -'vs Q ' M: Q W ,ly X ., B Q. f J lx., 'ax H - H XL , ' ms X X5 ' -.: ' . -X , E 1 Ke , uf. W1 1 a1'f. -do Ko . WYE M ,,,,.,, , ,, .. --.iii ME H M5252 H U r EH' : Haag .DM manga Eggs M H H E Hmm-N1 . ' .Y 5 NH imma B Bins !:T' fi. A . BLHQEEEQEH fzsggwkm'-4 - I m EBM R Q gi swamp Q Hxmggmgw may ,. , W BBEBSS H as E 5 K H , H? HX .- E K-1 - K 1 L my- S45 -mm E: . ' W E gi , H 5 NE. , .H H U H ' fwf. jam J: E . , H A, Z. B 1 1 . 11 f. I d' - , Ind. ! 'V ' . ' ' av- ' lm, 'WKQw'f"T"'T'i'W.s""TE' 1 -W1--va .www Y, -P,-mmsgg j X. Z 1 :Ewan I I . -saw,-ig - - f', . - A maj .. - - E ' -' f L-af. K Af M M -: A E H E-53525 E- W -W gsm ' mm mm A may H Z Egg., B : -A - ' ':l:-:-:l:-:- 'F as E H ' W 1 . ,fffiig Z .' ii - N ' , .. .5 - ...Em .. Us ,ZH ' if .Mm . . 1 1 f- i . Mo- 27 28 Prescott, Fw'- Q 1 lv is 'vu H5 is 'Cams 'Wm 438 am Q ima - E ss gm in A abd? JIM SWANK San jose, Calif. Km z 4,5 ma '. ' ,H ., H' H ' ,mmm Em, E Q lang wgw gg W T ? mg ss F . ig ,M li Este Q-22, DAVID WILLOUGHBY Indianapolis, Ind. Y 'Jn f' fm? lm wx -:wa my iw 1155: B uma R 5 -m 5 missin wa is-N E is nw ss-a 9 49' PHYLLIS DAVIS Evansville, Ind. E :N wan H 4359 EUGENE TALBOT Geneseo, I11. RONALD WALLS Corning. Rfk- mn ss , was , aww was 1 um aww LUCY GARCIA W . ,swan , ws. zlz zlz A . f LOUIE VALDEZ Pueblo, Colo. 40" WL ILA NELL JACKSON Salinas, Calif. MTL? WNQY DONNA GREGG Chula Vista, Calif. Kingsburg, Calif. FERN COX MARY MAENNCHE New London, Cal. an -' A 1 is s 'NA X 4-,v iifw ' B if V mm ' ' may H lava? 1 if ,a, MINNIE MEDINA Delano, Calif. F PAMELA MYERS Chowchilla, Cali - is l JANICE MICHAEL Santa Cruz, Calif x V 1.1 3 'W ,uxim LM zlz w? fkgfm . ....- A , A-fx A QM-: JOAN ORR Sacramentq Calif 5521.88 MARGIE RAMIREZ Corona, Calif. KATHY WILSON Torrence, Cal ss ,, 5 E Q amgag E an m sm ms S smT W . ads ma an manga is E an is Fm: LORETTA SMALLEY Stockton, Calif.- F'L4,.Y,! M -nw mam- m.E,.X' . Q Wg CHRISTINE MUELLER Indianapolis, Ind .wff l sawlgw - UWWKUIILC Jo ANN PRENDEZ San Jose, Calif. ,P i MARY SMITH f Oroville, Calif ss 1 GERCIEL YOUNG Sitka, Alaska 29 FRESHMEN YEAR CURRICULUM THREE YEAR BIBLE AND THEOLOGY PROGRAM PROGRAM FOR BIBLE MAJOR AND THEOLOGY FIRST FIRST SEMESTER Old Testament History Ages and Dispensations Personal Evangelism English Science Survey Personality Development Physical Education PROGRAM FOR ENGLISH BIBLE MAJOR AND CHRISTIAN EDUCATION MINOR I I FRESHMEN ATTRACTION IN ACTION FIRST YEAR FIRST SEMESTER Old Testament History Ages 8 Dispensations Personal Evangelism English Orientation Personality Typing MINOR YEAR SECOND SEMESTER Old Testament History Doctrine Acts English Composition Science Survey Song Directing Physical Education Development SECOND SEMESTER Old Testament History Doctrine I Acts Q Life of Christ English Teacher Training Song Directing Typing MT' 1 W , , N -- -a v w A. . :E A ,3 I' .ed ,L 3.3 Xp 'NAIS -.T..1.. FIRST YEAR FIRST SEMESTER Old Testament History Ages and Dispensations Personal Evangelism English Science Survey Personality Development Physical Education SECOND SEMESTER Old Testament History Doctrine English Composition Science Survey Teacher Training Song Directing Physical Education yR0arr1e0fCSfu0Qz2fs anof 5201221 y The Lord has blessed WABC th1S year wlth a good number of marrled students Actlng on falth many of them left the securlty of good Jobs and came bellevlng God to supply thelr needs And God has proven Hlmself sure over and over Shown below are part of the marrled couples W1lber and juanxta Warts and Gary Melvln and Kae Thacker Irving, Texas Selma, Cal1forn1a D W and Shxrley Tracy and Dan1ca Lewxe and Beverly Davxes Stockton Cal1forn1a Reddxng, Callfornxa Paul and Naomx LaBoube and Leah David and Monna Mlshler Rolla Mxssourx South Bend, Indlana Domxngo and Lupe Martrnez and gr rls Beflfllb and Pat Wflght and EIYIS wl1lTl1ngt0n, Ca11forn1a B100m1Ugt0l'1 Indlafla Maur1ce and Mary Byrd and gxrls Chuck and Sus1e Pool and famxly Portsmouth, Vxrgxnxa H-lfneyy CHl1fOYn18 Eugene and Maxlne Talbot and boys Abel and Mary Zamora and Abel Jr Geneseo Illxnors Monterrey, N L Mex1co john and Darlene Goodw1n and N1lah Albert and Helena M1nghell1 and famlly Pasadena Calxfornza Stockton Calxfornxa Chuck and Shl fley Gamer Kenneth and Glenora Bledsoe N5t1Ol'l3l C1ty, C211 fOl'l'11a Bryan Texas Dan and Judy Seagraves jxm and Sharon Roam Kenneth Mxssourl St Louls Mxssourl Don and Lorene Markwell and g1rl5 Stockton Cal1forn1a . . , , ta- in 44T . l "nt l , , ,fm W-AN W , M. , 11 we Y N A M, lv, 'f . - - J' 1 .. K ,zz 39 N . "rm 2, :S Z ,- , it I riff, p N H 'fa ,l -.. HNF N H, Wi: H251 A, L A Nfewfer- , ZH v , M, E W, ,,, Lt A X ,, ,, ,, si -. H Q Q r , if, H eeHeef,V , up AM,fmHm --Q l ' - Q ..- ." -,fx V ' .2 HQEYF ' V S ' e.N 'Qt' 1 t .r v , ' Q gms: A 4 A 44- . .f f f - - - ' -. f, - H,f ,, '1.W.r' , 1,g,l-,:.e::iQ5e ,,f, ,, I - , , I . , . , . . ' 1 . - , , 1964 BACCALAUREATE AND GRADUATION SERVICES , ik 2 Si - il R Q 3 3 2 Rev. Paul Price, Pastor, Napa, California B?lCCa1aUT9fi'C9 Speaker Rev. -Arthur Hodges, Conquerors Director, Section One, Graduation Service Speaker Rev. Clyde Haney, WABC president, "Bache1or of Arts' Degree Students presents Diplomas Receive Hood of Honor. v-' H N 1- .V F ss- N . tat W1 E Q ff , 0 :' I :Iii , c--,-..L." J A---A7 J ll E Zi mg W laL.lI Ill I N 32 A Congratulations Given to Happy Graduates mn mn mn B mn ms , :-: 5 af wma- ' ms 'vm mn'-'. w - 5 V 5-W ., E ' WHXSSS .-E ' V VI' . " mes Em ' Zi' EM 'U www ' W E-gms V1 smgfgfmn - sm asm- WMWMSQS H H: 'mum-2: EEEW V-2 ms my-.viEc,1??lnvNss wmvmmgigxgmg W K-A E. urn 1-ffiifm awk-,ss migfxgeg. .7 .X-1 " Em 51-'m is Jwgm- 35555, Y' 'Sim Eiiitlgg ,EM E UWM HIRE E I H H E ww VW Wm x X. :ESL Mfggw ,TV ww ,I .f Hctivit IES mx. -- --.- ,,,. Y ,u x , , .H . ,. 1 ' x-M. ...hubs .n V, 3 -, . L X " 1 gt .,. 'xv gs- ..f FQ -ri, ' - A- , A . My , , Q, Ass . fm. RCN, Q' YI ,.l.- 'M' 5 " - f P iw Q - .if 'i-V . ' ' 'N' , A T -,K t, S N A l"6"4, uw? ,V N LA tl ,Q .I 5 H x H -' . -, ..-N-'N E 4 ' '- It agxw, A I H H " - A '- - " 1 ix' , 1 'J - I , Mp, n I , -x -' 1 , 'Y N 'w..hf k -,w,,--H. Nw. E-W 5-smug AWARDS c-:WEN AT GRADUATION In recognition of high scholastic achievement, Western Apostolic Bible College gives various degrees of honor, depending on the individua1's grade point average for the entire course of study. Students who maintain a 3.50 to 3.69 G.P.A. receive "Honors" "High Honors" go to students who maintain a 3.70 to 3.89 G.P.A., and "Highest Honors" go to those with a 3.90 to 4.00 G. P. A. Recognition is also given to those who excell in various capacities at WABC. R v 'vn- .-. i - DONALD BROADWAY ROBBIE BROADWAY High Honors High Honors Fine Arts Award Outstanding Contributions ew. Og-M' ' E w-5, 1 M , a .nvimrsi 331355 EZ 'sw B . Y-uni at a WV' :Di CHARLES GARNER , . . Outstanding Contributions Outstanding Contributions K ENN ETH BLEDSOE Mr' 'w K W ,Q wus -, ,,e'- V f- if Huggy, 2: . K W ' ANI MIRAFLOR DARRELL Fnosr EVAL h- 35100 Scholarship S50 Scholars 1p F1130 GFS ,QQdyZlQ Western Apostol1c Blble College endeavors to promote a well balanced ogram of the study of as practwal W0 expeuence 1n as many capac1t1es as poss1ble Students are g1VSh op portunt1es to work 1n 9 var1ous work teams Any student who completes ur of these teams and wr1tes a publ1shable art1cle 1S recognxz as a GOSPEL CHUSADER Rev C J Hana , Sponsor 'Ll Aw an , H' lJ I l :Zia M M The Presldent Charles Pool and H e Pxesx en John Fhffor come 4 as Crusade mem new SED -.- e me ea ua me me as e e ea em e xx wh Au S3 ssfcl Ho me mean mm ea wr me ss ea ea me mana GOSPEL CHUSADERS After card ospel Crusader IS C311 TSCCIVS aduatlnn the tudent may st1ll .1 part ol the Crusaders League as he holds a valxd members 1 fw um ms K a spec1al consecrfxtxon ser e udent y 1 ox r fr e1r classes tu r 1c1 ate n a s S ensured bw 0 Cr sad r ague, ca e whose purpose 15 for 1 greater consecra on and dECl1CBC10lI as the days - -ea J . ' 43' . r 'vc ,, , . 5 -4 K I ff- 2 1' Q . . L pr the Word of God as well ' rk . . . . . U . - . . . . - fo ' ' ed V'4 A, I . X - o o Y rm .71 'I I-M V- lu ,-,. Fi i , 7 a ,. . -,,g.f,-1 . 1.,f'.' "1-- ' .., ea w .gj"vZ'5ll'xs'Qu""f-1" 2.1,-iii'-,EN'1:5i X ' .L .A ,,.-1:'-4'-Rf. win- - E 'aa me - , 'aa me . 'ma E :im t :E a 2:25355 Vic - ' d t, , d, ' .Z .-.4-.-J... Zim gr: :ii i wel 1 girls rs. -ss-me : ,rg uae me mag-:gg .5 me H: ua mesa aa a a ss a naman 'an ix: H H: -ff' 5 W r li Qui . , .X E V N Y-. .,a tr Y., ww E -E '42 ms 'Il L an - rf V rl? A F 5 I v ., A A. L, fm... 5, 1 a g ' E 'at' , ' ai , H B B H 4 me H W H a aaa a a a a aa-:anew-: S8 B - N S8 P! BSS!-XSS N u E em a ssememge a a a H Newegg I - amp a em ,N la ' I E ' L 'Z 1 . A G the highest award of recomendation a student of W..-'X.B.C. ' . gr ' s . .' be ' ' ' ' 'h P - . . ,,L,H .m.d I :Zn Y A X W . we 'H 3 H: :E :E Weqgw i 1 s E.1g'u.w B 'E - ':'EsE':fs:a "' it -4 fa- ew ' . -' mlm ms 'Engl mana' . I W .,, Engng: H X m.m.IW,,M In ' vice, aw th st bod tank time 1 om N ,, E th ' , pa t' 'p i er- -H p A' th. u. e s Le - I . , . , . . , L - . ti ' ' go by. HOSPITAL TEAM Must attend twelve times during group participa- tion on Sunday afternoon plus three addi ti0i'l'31 visits by the individu- als. Q1fusade1fs7 Teams ,ii if I . fi Al 'I X ix' 1: a f P W0 . ,Il . as 5:3 2 S it ' bf - iiifhff STREET SERVICE TEAM Must participate in twelve street meetings on Friday, Saturdav, or Sunday night. 36 23 1. Play in Church orchestra 40 times. Q , 2. Sing in 10 different services. 3. Traveling Choir 1 yearg Chorus 2 Q1l'14S6ldEFS,tfTU6lW1S di...g-'writ were f:"5m ,jfs-3' .52' sq! vh I VISITATION TEAM 1. Twenty visits with night visitation group 2. Go from door to door and talk about the soul. 'W 1 i ' EVANGELISTIC TEAM: fMinisterial7 C13 Must home f2J Must town C35 Must Stre C45 Must lane speak three times at the church. speak three times in out-of- engagements. speak at least twice in et Service. participate in four miscel- ous activities. BUILDING TEAM: Forty hours on any construction job. BOYS CLUB TEAM: Must visit Boys Club at least twelve times to participate in religious activities. . w s?-1 w ,fb I Elrzzlvferzd 5735001019612 U ,ff l K Wagga Q wi ,, B -V zz zz ' 'I S A ,AAA -A A I """A -'- ' " ' ' -1:-hi, Q.-..-.. , , , F -'Q'i Ministerial Association 1964-65 Co-Presidents Preaching the Word .... David Bishop and Robert Martinez Darrel Green - Sec'y.-Treas. Acts l:8. 'But ye shall Mark 16:15. "And he said receive power, after that unto them GO ye into all the Holy Ghost is come upon you..X the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature.' Rev. K. F. Haney Sponsor Tre Ministerial Association was organized for the pro- motion of the Gospel and for the developing of men and women that feel a definite call to the ministry. As in previous years, we have been actively engaged in sending out guest speakers, singers, and workers to the surround- ing areas. We truly appreciate tre fine Pastors who have opened their church doors to us. Ill "Wh- J I:S6'I.0I2 ary OFFICERS Sharon Parks. .......... President Kenneth Bledsoe...Vice-PFeSid6nC Joan Orr .......... ..Sec'c-Treaa The Missionary Club endeavors to implant upon the hearts of its members a burden for the lost that will not only reach chose around our own doorsteps but will extend unto the uttermost parts of the world. The true missionary club member is one whose prayers and ambitions are concerned with the mission field instead of their own selfish desires. Missionary Club Members , OFFICERS , Carla Belknap.........PreSideHU yllis Davis.. -.-SeC'Y'Tre Mary Maenneche...VicerPresident , , Gfrzbfzdn OFAQKJ G a V , -. J V , N. ,id 5-. . ff . Mary L. Myrick, Sponsor Club members picking up walnuts for raising money for tracts. Aside from the annual spring evangelistic tour, the members are active in presenting pro- grams at the Children's Home and the Convalescent Home. Visitation and personal work is done from house to house with tracts purchased by the club. These tracts are also supplied for the weekly street meetings and the annual spring tour. Gojeye jffuszt' Zeparfmenf f . ' ' l.:. 1 4 Ig ' 31 Ms ,E of 1 if W all Bro. Robert Filkins, Director College Women's Trio H RQ Pictured above is the College Traveling Choir. u ANNUAL SINGSPIRATION 1965 H . ...,g.W -tiny . 1- A '- The First Pentecostal Church of Stockton was packed for the Special event. At the left is pictured the 'SONS OF THE KING' Trio. They were the featured singers of the singspiration. The Sacramento Choir is pictured below. coNFEnENcE 1 DUUELELNHBEEADE '... it is good to sing praises unto 2 D0"'llsEL" '22-F5505 I , , I 1 gg? o :1ir .',.. -' , T is 1 ai-Q e Q . I I .A5' 'gba .1glhlN v.,MUHQ H bf - -'w1' . T' - M ff , ' 1 .1.,f5 :,., ' . K, 0A .2"1p xg ' ' : A ll 'C' : ofa ' 4. , . Q. 1 1 :.: -Us a A ' ff- T T me 1 -ew -w or W T l - " " 'T Wi. , , 'A' ,I ,,i -X ,4UCQi'x Q. ' T fa The School Choral praises the Lord in song under the direction of Bro. Robert Filkins. our God .' --Psalms 147:1 . U,i 1 Featured Speaker for the annual singspiration was Bro. Eckstadt from Connecticut- THE BIBLEAIRES TRIO This singing group is made up of three members of the W.A.B.C student bcdy. DOUBLE IN DE 1965 l91z The choir from Loomis, California brings a message in song to attentive listeners. il 'J' Qu 4- e Elder Andrew Urihana oge ofdour gesus name- Revlrosca? Vgugai Diyector of Foreign Missions, stirred us all to a deeper consecration. pioneers,is pic ure a ove irec ing a con secration service. up-, u 739010 Ls' an Rev. Sam White from Tucson, Bev' Hubert phillips, pastor Arizona is Pictured with ' of the home missions work in Bro. Nalley of Napa, Calif. jflfzczfcz Fairbanks' Alaska, eruzkies .2 Rev. Daniel Jauhall, mis- Rev. and Mrs Lowell Mitchell sionary in Panama, is shown of Jamestown, North Dakota. with Rev. Pete Soto of New York 44 V ' omfnalism epcmftment rx Ii i 55. is :' MHSEL. W in - Y .ilu I I ' 'I ig - - .. I fz' i, -f. ' W ig :EQ ggigygig. sighing? ? g?l ' I f'-1' rrr tte A U A sm , Q sf- '11 '1 i . 1 I :Hd Q .. ,., Q1 1 - E is Ffa t i f I F 'O Workin jointly this year is the staff of the Apostolic Power a d sciool Annual, OUR TREASURE. The Staff of the Apostolic Power works in conjunction with Rev. David F. Grey, Director of the HOUR OF POWER radio broadcast. APOSTOLIC POWER Editor. ..... Richard Jose Ass't .... ...Elias Duarte Reporter...John Clifford ANNUAL STAFF Associate Editors Richard Jose John Ortega John Clifford PRINTERS Head Printer...Tim Dugas V ASS'CS........-Bro. J. Goodwin MASKING Sis. Lois Seibold EDITORIAL ADVISOR Sis. Mary Lou Myrick This year an.Annual Ad contest was conducted between the boys and girls of W.N.B.C. It was a fight to the finish--but the girls won. But thank the Lord, it was all done in good Christian fellowship. A top prize was given to each boy and girl on each side. Individual winners of the Annual Ad Contest were, Bro. Benny Wright and Sis. Jan Michael. HVZVIUHL YOSE'IfIflI'TE SSW!! VZ H YR , , Y ,1-if Q1-v' f571'T1M'7-' , ,A ' '3f71vfQ,t . A f . K.. All L -1a-.Aa ,. L 1 mi?-Ti 11: N' v- 5, B ,ai L YOSEMITE VALLEY .... The student body is pictured with their newly purchased bus. The crest of the high Sierras in the background stands at altitudes ranging from 10,000 to 14,000 feet. DAY IS DONE .... At the end of a perfect day' f ll h' the students gather around thes Caiipfili tg sing and worship the Lord, T 'Vr DEVOTION .... The students pause during their busy day's .itinerary for spiritual refreshment. Here, Rev, Clyde Haney delivers aumessage from the Word of God during the brush arbor meeting in the Church Bowl. YOSEMITE FALLS .... The students pose at the foot of spectacular Yosemite Falls which plunges 2,465 feet. ig Trees Quting CHOW TIME.U The students enjoy every phase of the Big Trees outing. Needless to say, few were unwilling to participate 1n this activity. WHAT DO YOU MEAN, 'WHERE IS THE TREE'? .... It's all around you... Several of the students pause beneath a giant Red Wood during their explor- ation of the Big Trees fo rest. 47 SPECIAL OCCASIONS The Student Body and Faculty enjoyed the blessings of the Lord at the annual Thanksgiving and Christmas Banquets. Both of these were held in the YMCA building in downtown Stockton. We heard a stirring message from Rev. Paul Price at the Thanks- giving banquet and another stirring message from Rev. W. H. Pair, District Superintendent, during the Christmas Banquet. Pictured at the right is a group during the Thanksgiving Banquet. The Faculty enjoys a time of fellowship together at a dinner at Minnie's Restaurant. sf si E" S. F F' I The Spanish students were honored by a visit from their national President of the Apo- stolic Assemblies. At the right is shown Bishop Antonia C. Nava, national President, speaking no the students at a dinner at the Hacienda Restaurant in town, 'rr i "-7' V ma m , m-m-mam ns mm nm m m L N 1' -wwvmn m nm-mxmw H m-m-mnmqm . - ,. V MMM Qfjggix H H 5 F 'img E E Wim: ' -H I Q .mm H HH Hgiffig Q mm.m Hu dw L HHH B , . 1. mu I H3 H-ww WNW Z H www E ww. W .A E ,. K - -mm., Wm . Mg H. .1 .E K, M M I X0 I l M- .- K-SH ENSE- E. H 1 L in M iff M I A E Q-Mmm -w X I '- Q Q-m-mfg-m YZ--i-A hw Q B714 -SS-Q-HQHLZZKI 4 , - V ,fa M M mwmwzff :Nu u:uw N ,J . , ,. :M . .,,,LMlQ,.l,,,.,X.,, Q. 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CURRICULUM CHRISTIAN YOUTH LEADERSHIP - Includes instruction in speech, parliamentary procedure, and personality development. CHRISTIAN CHARACTER BUILDING - A special course of instruction on Christian ethics and principles of Christian living. HISTORY AND DOCTRINE OF' THE TRUE CHURCH - An authentic study of the church history tracing the true church down to the Apostolic Church of this hour. CHRISTIAN EVANGELISM - A basic course in the scriptures. It is designed to provide a a scriptural answer for every objection to the acceptance of salvation. STORY TELLING AND INSTRUCTIONOF' CHILDREN - A study designed to develop potential Sunday School teachers. NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES - A foundation course designed to give the student a panoramic view of the New Testament: the events and characters of each book are correlated with each other and woven as one grand theme. ANCIENT WORLD HISTORY - A combined course of world history and Old Testament History. UNITED STATES HISTORY - A complete survey of American History from the discovery of America to the present. CIVICS - A complete coverage of national, state, and local government with special emphasis on the National Constitution and the government of California. HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA - History of California from the discovery to the pre-sent time. Includes the settling and statehood of California. BIOLOGY 7 A study of science of plant and animal life in all its forms and ph--nomena. GENERAL SCIENCE - A general study, the techniques and investigation of the .wrld in which we live. TYPING I - The basic fundamentals of beginning typewriting and instruct you U- le' rs-- styles. TYPING II - A continuation of typewriting principles with special emp! , styles, general office forms, and speed building. TYPING III - An advanced study in office forms and practice in Civil 53, and examinations. BOOKKEEPING - A complete course designed to e u' th t of bookkeeping. q ip e s udent with a general knowledge SHORTHAND - A complete course designed to equip the student with a general knowledge of shorthand. ALGEBRA - A study of the functions of Mathematics using letters or symbols to represent numbers in accord with the National Laws of Arithmetic involving formulas, functions, equations, proportions, coefficients, etc. GEOMETRY - This is a branch of Mathematics that deals with the measurements, properties, and relationship of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids. ENGLISH II - A study of basic grammar, sentence structure, and vocabulary building. ENGLISH III - A review of English fundamentals stressing writing skills, advancing vocabulary building, and selections in American Literature. JOURNALISM - Advanced writing skill are put in practice through the media of English compositions, collecting current events, and editing the school paper and annual. LITERATURE - Literary selections, past and present, are studied to afford the student an awareness and appreciation of his cultural heritage. PHY softball. A study of health and first aid is required. SICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH - Healthful exercise in games such as volleyball and CHOIR - Open to all high school students. They are taught group singing which helps them to sing in church choirs, etc. MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS - A fundamental course introducing the basic theories of music The training and study of this course forms the background for all advanced instruction in music. L. X JE r, 5 New .ina Q 'b1 g "Braun PERSUNAL EVANGELISM Instructor: Rev. John Goodwin Practical instruction in soul winning given to equip students for the task. I 1 - -Aqullll H.. Glasses ANCIENT HISTORY Instructor: Rev. Paul Dugas The diagram on the board shows the great cros in Anthropology between God and man. Man slys h is evolving into a better creature, but since t fall, God declares he is worse. J . 2414 lr . -3' f M , 5, i 5 W 1- ll'lF' rf BY fi, .""1.A PHYSICAL EDUCATION Instructors: Rev. John Goodwin and Rev. Bennie Wright Friday is co-educational day. Here. the boys and girls are seen playing a lively 'game of volley ball. fl DRM gf .QI ay, ws! its HOME ECONOMICS Tnstructor: Sis. Olive Haney The girls are busily putting their knowledge to work as Sister Haney offers help to them. l we 53 1 H7908 CDUC9 EGHOES Rev. Kenneth Haney Director Mary McDonald Pianist I S ' will g 4 I I . .f 1 Umfffi I r . Ti M f i fu "SJ Traveling Choir Girls' Trio Boys' Trio YF' -H .Mug N FJJ51 Neural? QII G11 A K gkm A7 o-,--0 +..Ip'.,? ki 4 i 4' A' X1 ,Aff-5.24, 5-74-I 4+ YT' "',1-vm I 4, IN r- A 1' ff 'frffi' gl' E E V ':'r-'S 'W gu L1 nda P1 ttman Judy Sulll Van -F' 'Gxd Ks:- If-'am 'ry Gerald Hyrkas AMI fr .. 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Prayer has been greatly stressed in these services and we feel that these prayer hours have drawn us closer to God and made us more dedicated Christians. One of the challenges of being at A. H. S. is that of being more independant and ac- cepting greater responsibilities Living in the dorm has not only been fun but also educa- tional. We have learned the value of group responsibilities Learning to stand out on our own two feet and become a leader has been a great asset to our lives and Wlll be something for which we shall always be grateful. We have learned to admire and respect each member of the faculty and their lives have been an example by which we can pattern our walk with Christ. :.- X l 1 ' ,L - QU. ..iYfQ:.51 n , .. -.-H, Y , v ,, ,, .- n o 1 1 2565259 ,nh Uvvw ifiiiwas - -gm V -::,f-:W1:i.,f- N QM: L8f154'5f 41.5,-' ' .Fi'1.i: 'ffl-mrf' .---2514...-,gn I .Vi ,. Y . 1 . is ,,,.,.J .5 - 2:2-5gv.'.vg,,,-I 4 ,, , - iwgev- 5,521 .-4,5 -Ric' - 'igr-v - '-54-rr, 2. 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' A Paul Smith Carmichael, California V 11EgfoE?i U-maria Mm uma? is Cgf f' , ,--'., '24, mam aa sq KJ -1 ' M1135 ? 3 Mm ' w 2 N R ' ' e. "5 . Y -- H' ill. V - W U . , 1 ,., i -.wwf .. L '35 ,mil 1 l H , l 1 . :,f z 'Q Hi? 'Mail - aa. Ekqnw.-Q -Alix fs, 1g'ae ' - -:xiii ,,. ,7 2, 1 ' fi Wh wi ii . - 'QV H ,f E - .. 41:4 5' :I TWH ago .a -' 4 'n.,:.. , is 'K bex -r-" Cathy Watson Paula Dugas C l'f nia GFRALD HYRKAS Stockton, California San Dlego' a 1 or srdckfon, Calif. Judy Sullivan Stockton, California Diane Nauert Muskogee, Oklahoma Lavergne Rockwell Linda Pittman Gxnardf Ca1if0TUia Modesto, California Jimmy Garcia Nino Minghelli Oxnard, Ca1ifOI'Ili2- Stockton, California Ruth Parks Linda Siebold 60, " Tucson, Arizona Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Galen Cox Prescott, Arizona Y, ,Y , ,in , Y b x - -I ,Iv aCt.H.S. jum'01fs KNIGHTS Class Motto: "...Put ye on the whole armour of God.n Galatians 6:11 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Sponsor ........ ..... Sis. Robbie Broadway President ........ .... Barbara Hartsfield Vice-President .... ........ Wanda Osteen Sec'y-Treasurer... .... Danita Nalley Robert Sanchez Modesto, California Danita Nalley South Gate, California Rm I, o Wayne Pieters Stockton, California Bob Adair Stockton, California Linda Galpin Oroville, California Wanda Osteen Jack Langham Barbara Hartsfield Exeter, California Bomi Hills, Liberia, Africa Lompoc California Greg 0'Campo Carmichael, California Karen Edwards Lodig California Sophomores CONOUEf?0R'S Class Motto! ".. .We are more than E conquerors through him that loved usf' Romans 8:37 SOPHOMURE CLASS OFFICERS Sponsor. , , , , , , ,, . , , Rev, Bennie Wright V .4 Ala -.- ,,,f,f'i 4 ibuaigw , , , wHN 1-vf'g-. ,, Y, W ,1wq,m?5j3mf M VICU-PI'PS1d6?Ilf .... . .... Q . . . Tim Dugas it Ser" 5'-Treasurer. . . . . . . Billie Gipson ' -3?.g,l fif'fTQffLL:"Yilga A ' 'u.17i,,l.:' ' ' F ei' . '- 1 r 1 H P . pr , g p ' ,-nf. ' B, - C ' W f President. . ..... .... N at Young A ,ge - H- 2' --A -QHH . ai E ,'ew.mwf , 1 ,N 1-32 ,gg Nat Young Houston, Texas Juanita Stewart Stockton, California l Billie Gipsou Stockton, California Ray Losh Omaha, Nebraska Tim Dugas Stockton, California Laura Orr Lodi, California 63 - 1---'li'-ifw f ! K .b ' ?1?1NxQX A ' b b, b - M X nf 4 Wy b wb-QN N bf f ZW ,1i'5ff,4,g f ff V 4 V Y l x , mf . A 1 4' MIK Xl Lb f i 'f XY, - W 4 M "A 'b1 b z M ,b f f . MQ Wi bf 'fbi l 1 N' .7 -"N"' k'5 if f Nw f bw X N bp A N Q Lxndk Lug d h Ki! AH af Qlwfw X , 5 l bg- bi biifbi 521364Sziineizfaiiiiimwhen 1 'NM ww I . 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California RSV- Kenneth Haney S or Pastor SERVICES Sunday School .... ..9. a.m. Tuesday Bible School Jubi1ee..7:45 p.m. Morning Worship ......... 11. a.m. Wednesday Bible Study ......... 7:45 p.m. Hospital Service ......... 2. D-m- Thursday Teen Conquerors ...... 7:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service ..... 7: D-m- Friday Pentecostal Conquerors.7:45 p.m. OFFICERS S.S. Superintendent ..... Chuck Garner Board of Deacons Christian Ed. Dir ...... Paul D. Dugas Jerry Renison Young People's Leader ...... Don Hyrkas Claude Adair Arthur Duck Emil Schmidt Secretary Sis' Chrlstlna Kubota Ladies Auxiliary Dept. C President...Christine Renison lreasurer Vice Pres...Ethe1 McClary Sis. Lois Seibold Secretary...Virginia Dunnine Proposed Plan of Educational Unit f -- ---,, , --,-v,,-,,,,--,,,,-,----- -,AY-.YA--v-'- 'R We S Qrx49 s E ff? fkaef E ase r lf' 1 06 'lei' I 1 ,fl .- - ln'- f' 'Y-H 3-+..f,m -S-1 M O my -L:T944-H-41. '51.4,741- Zrfgay ' t ' F ' ' ' lf N- L' .'l:u,.-J,"- ! QT - - ' '- ee- - - " F age' ww,.1Y.Wy,,,,.,,,,,,.h,: f-3 ar ' ,xx ' :J ' E E. ,. ' 'B I B Q- E ' T 4- 425.7232 - Q Q f it X 1 f ,. -7 ,,s ' .' -f' 4 Yi? ,-Qiw. vi " -1 QV Y 'luv 'I 'wp' J,---'---1 S Q 1.1" , 1-'WH X V , - - - wr' ss- ,u" J" osrAL CHURCH s - If -V Annual Singsoiration 1965 3 i ,X 7 -. 1 fix ., T First Pentecostal Church Choir 'JA' Director: Jim Roam Activities Hospital Service Sunday School Extension Street Services Sunday School Car Clubs Bi-Monthly Church Paper Sunday School Visitation Senior Choir Children Choir Home Missionary Program Foreign Missionary Program Men's Fellowship .x.,..,! I Departmentalized Sunday School Ladies' Auxiliary Organized Social Activities Three Bus Routes Orchestra Church Library Men's Prayer Meeting Ladies' Prayer Meeting Junior Church Enlargment For Souls Campaign Teen-Time T 21 -in Y DON QUlCK'S GROCERY STORE Stockton, California MAX PODESTO, Proprietor 1812 Mt. Diablo 2209 E. Main 2725 Waterloo Road IES1' POLICY AT Au. , Q 51. U,,,,E,, mwqnles' Auro cuNlc 5 4 ,. Q 2? 'E 5 INSURANCE Z it il AGENCY otot 5. U Auto Repairing L. Engine Rebuilding 8: Exchange Real Estate Broker I I'une - Ups All Lines of Insurance Brake Se1'ViCe Including Transmissions -- Fire Auto Replaced or Repaired Truck Bonds Bart Keeler HO 6-6718 Phone HO 3-5987 527 N. Wilson Way . C l'f " 660 N a 1 on-nd Stockton 5, Calif. A4 Stockton, California Greetings and love to all people of this book in the sweet and matchless Name of je- sus Our Lord God A1- mighty. Evang. Andrew Urshan 750 Cedar Avenue Long Beach, Calif. Yours truly was born in Iran fPersia3 81 years ago. He was miraculously changed in heart in 1900, came to America in 1902, was sanctified to preach the Holy Gos- pel in 1906, was especially anointed and called with God's Blessed Spirit in 1908, received the glorious revelation of God in Christ Jesus, and began to preach and teach baptism according to Acts 2:38 in 1910, with the divine approval with signs following, fMark 16:15J. in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Russia, and Persia. Yours truly says the End is not yet Praise th: Lord. Your Brother in the most Precious Holy Apogtolin Love and faith. FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH A 300 Hilborn Lodi, California OFFICERS Sis. Leah Frost - S.S. Superintendent Richard fDickJ Francis Youth Leader Sis. Milford McCrorery Ladies Aux. President Sis. Howard Langston - Rev. sz Mrs. Francis Ladies Aux. Sec. 8a Treas. 306 Hilborn Lodi, California SERVICES Sunday School .......... 9:45 a. m. Sunday Worship ..... . .10:45 a. m. Sunday Junior Church. . . .1U:45 a. m. Tuesday Bible Study .... . .7:30 p m. Thursday Pent. Conquerors. . , .7:30 p. m. Thursday Ladies Aux. - Prayer and work day. . . .10 a.m.-2 p.m. PENTECOSTAL FAITH ASSEMBLY 11th and Adams Street Bloomington, Indiana SERVICES Sunday School. . . .9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. . . 11:00 a.m. Evangelistic Service. . . 7:45 p.m. Conquerors fTuesdayJ. . . 7:45 p.m. Thursday Bible' Study. . . 7:45 p.m. FIRST PENTECCSTAL CHURCH LADIES AUXILIARY 1950 Cherokee Lane Stockton, California President. . .Christina Renison Vice President. . . Ethel McClary Secretary-Treasurer. Virginia Dunning A5 A6 Lorgin 's Texaco Station 2235 Cherokee Rd. Stockton, Calif. Brake Service :FR e c apping :f:Auto Supply Store 2ifMuff1ers Sold and Installed LARGINS A REggQQN5f,fogNERAroRs I I ac I, I A 53' I -bww II. , SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT JERRY'S SERVICE STATION Lubrication Tune UP Reasonable Prices, Brakes Excellent Work Ignition Phone HOward 5-2l 78 Oil 2710 Waterloo Road Gas 55 " and f R rw, I , sw 1, lzs JN ' Sane T 45 ' DON QUlCK'S STORE 2725 Waterloo Road 1 Stockton, California HOward 3-9608 JUELL'S MEAT MARKET BLAKE'S SERVECE 2029 Cherokee Lane Nex1 go W.A. B. C. Phone I-IO 6-7254 Specialized More i Tune Up Brakes, Ignition Lubricati in i Carburat n Generator Se. vices . mm-nun Official i' ake Adjusting Sta on - No. 93 Official L :mp Adjusting Stl tion - No. 13 rf l Y I C Carnation Co I an naa ii n I DAIRY MILK - ICE CREAM - BUTTERM-ILK BUTTER - COTTAGE CHEESE For Your Service mm X , ca-I H0 4-9828 f g Qm . , I egg'-'59 pbliixi , fy ' infix' 'IP' .. ..... xl MARTIN FUNERAL HOME 445 North American Street Stockton, California Dedicated to serving you in your hour v.-' aw, lf. if ss ' I Eh of need. Always serving you in a kindly, thoughtful Way. Prices within the means of all. Inquire About Our Burial Insurance Without Obligations. Call or Phone Day or Night. Stockton - Howard 4-4644 I-IARRY A. MARTIN MARTIN FUNERAL HOME 445 North American Street Stockton 3 , Califo rnia A7 B. C Wallace, Sr Ben Wallace, Jr. B. C. WALLACE 8t.SON INC. phone: Howard 6-6993 520 North Sutter St. Stockton, California Tr:n.sFl-anus HIJwAnu 4-2417 '4 music sales AUTHORIZED CDNN INSTRUMENT DEALER 1137 E. HARDINE WAY BILL B. MAGELLAN S-rucucrcm 5. GAu.lrunnlA s '50 VALUE VILLAGE LAND 2620 Waterloo Rd. Stockton, Calif. A Project of The Good Shepherd Home of the West For the Betterment of Retarded Children QUALITY RECORDING SERVICE 1217 N. Wilson Way Stockton, Calii WE SELL AND SERVICE TAPE RECORDERS SPECIALIZE IN CHURCH GROUP RECORDINGS Individual or group orders ASK FOR PRICES ON PRESSINGS - Phone 464-7464 2238213 l'Il?k5r"u"sE FELLOWSHIP STORES ZES3"2e?LBEE,22'3SE + Audio Visual Supplies Y Choir and Pulpit Robes ks ' ' a a Projectors Stereo Reco and Equipment Wk? far esf Cgffysffafz byaaivfanes W HELP SUPPLY BIBLE SCHOO' TEXTBOOKS FOR W A B C uORDON LOVELL Manager STUCKTON BIBLE HOUSF y Hand e nk s Serv 1502 N Wllson Way Stockton Ca11f0TH Phone 463 4137 Tune up T1I'9S Batterles Home Supply SAVE MART Tool Rehfdl Fr1endly Se1'V1Ce GROCERIES MEATS 8: PRODUCE Complete Instruct1ons 2377 Waterloo Road 3310 E Mam gf Stockton, Ca11forn1a, 1536 Waterloo Rd phone Howard 5 2693 Stockton, Cahforma for Reserva,t1ons I Evervthmg for Rent + Boo . Brhlea and Grfts f Film Rent ls nd W Hi-Fi, I rds ee , 0 ' ,, E . .... 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X If xx, K! pkx , Q Q 'E 2' ' x A Z .22 whim? Guaranteed Satisfaction Phone: HO 3 -4674 1223 E. Harding Way Stockton, California - 1 CONGRATULATIONS cLAss OF '65 nl from 1 GIANT FOOD Stockton, Californi' 2907 Waterloo Road A11 A12 TOU-REST MOTEL 1 V V Y, , vlK14'.. , v Your Friendly Host BEEBE AND SOPHIE RUTLEDGE 1069 Wilson Way Stockton, California Located on Business Highways: 50 and 99 Next to "Ye Old Hoosier Inn" Refrigerated and Air Conditioned UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 133 Tuolumne Blvd Modesto Calllornla Ph LA 3 7414 WHERE THE WHOLE COUNSEL OF GOD IS DECLARED Sunday School Morn1ng Wbrshlp Young People s Servlce Chlldren s Church EV8HgGl1SC1C Servlce Tuesday WOTSh1p Servlce Thursday Pentecostal Cbnquerors Saturday Blble Study R3dlO Broadcast Every Sunday KTBB 00 Pastor Bode 8 W1fe ay are more than Con uerors rough htm ov H mans 8 7 R v J E de Rev J D Danshy Lela Powell Carold Irons Patr1c1a G11strap OFFI CERS Pastor Asst Pastor . Sec y Treas . Youth Leader Youth Sec y Treas Ufome thou w1th us and we wlll do thee good " Numbers 19 29 A13 A14 THE UNITED PENTECOST L CHURCH of 9837 California Ave. South Gate, Calif. 'I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord.' Psalms l22:l. -il P4 . ' ... Q i , -Y Y. . ,ill , F T5 I' 'H'F5ll.yj2fl2,1"i5N 'ili fgfoifx Q" E 'F' . , :.i1'EiQ:.'Lgi?F-l E :fi P4 f ...4. Q21 ,V . ale: ,. Q zz .. 51315 f"l'M' 74? DAN NALLEY QE Rsqig an wnqyig is me wa awe. MWA Rev. D. C. Nalley, Pastor CHURGI OFFICERS Secretary-Treasurer .... . .Bennie Bledsoe Sunday School Superintendent. . . .Victor Sparks Youth Leader .... . . . . Don Drennan Ladies Auxiliary President. . . .Raylene Drerman FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Vs ..sQ5i..fjggif.zfg fp. Ng I -mm-1,1-'ws ' in 878 Boynton Avenue San Jose, California www .amid me 'E Z Zwf 74 SERVICES Sunday School ...................... ...1O:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ............... ...11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Evangelistic Service... ...7:30 p.m. Tuesday Bible Class .................. ...7:30 p.m. Friday Young People's Service .... ' ...7:30 p.m. PASTOR Rev. F. V. Shoemake 3409 Williams Road San Jose, California F HJ' ASSISTANT PASTOR Rev. David R. Theobald 933 Boynton Avenue San Jose, California A15 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS o F i965 And BEST WISI-IES To The STUDENT BODY, FACULTY, AND OFFICIALS of the WESTERN APOSTOLIC BIBLE COLLEGE "We Appreciate Our Bible Schools" UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 3645 So. Grand Blvd. Saint Louis, Missouri Headquarters Staff and Executives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .General Superintendent . . Assistant General Superintendent . . . . Assistant General Superintendent . . . . . . .General Secretary - Treasurer . .Director of Foreign Missionary Department . . Director of Home Missionary Department and Radio Director . . . Editor of the Pentecostal Herald COfficial Organj James G. Lumpkin. . . . Harvestime Promotional Director Arthur T. Morgan. . Oliver F. Fauss. Ralph G. Cook. . . Stanley W. Chambers. Oscar Vouga .... C. Ii. Yadon. . . A. L. Clanton. . PENTECOSTAL PUBLISHING HOUSE Ray Agnew, Manager Publishers and Distributors of Religious Literature, Books and Bibles Owned and Operated by the United Pentecostal Church Harvesiime Radio Voice of the United Pentecostal Church BOX 2,15 St. Louis 66, Missouri THE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF UNIVERSITY CITY 6505 Etzel Avenue St. Louis, Missouri SE RVICE S First Session Sunday School . . . . . ....... . Sunday Morning Worship ..... . .. 8:3OA.M. .. 9:30A.M. Second Se s sion Sunday School .... ....... Evangelistic Service . . . . . . . Tuesday Bible Smdy ....... Thursday Young Pe-,op1e's Service Saturday Evangelistic Service ...lO:30A.M. . . . . 7:30 P.M. . . 7:45 P,M. . . 7:45 P.M. . . 7:45 P.M. Pastor: Rev. 8: Mrs. Guy E.. Roam 5932 N. Pointe St. Louis 15, Missouri A17 WELCOME fff7KffN L5,.+f9f X ,r 'E 1 Q 7, Cx' ff, .I f' iv 1: IA ' ,K ik i gf was-Q-25? f . 16 ' qi T O T HE "' H1 ' fi X E I " rb- UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH X' Afgr ogfifbail A18 1078 East Avenue Napa, California Rev. Paul R. Price, Pastor SERVICES Sunday School .............. ..9:45a.m. "A time to enjoy informal class discussions." Sunday Morning Worship ................ . . 11:45 a. . "A time for spiritual refreshing." Sunday Evening Worship ....... II1 II1 ..7:45p.. "A time for lively singing, testimonies, and preaching." Wednesday Night Bible Study . . . . .-.-Q-.-.-...una nu 7:45 p.m. "A favorite service of those who attend." Friday Night Youth Service ..... -aunnnnnp-o..vo...n. 7:45 p.m. "A service scaled to the Youth and attended by all age groups." JESUS NAME UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Rev. 8: Mrs. .Tack Renison 8: Family North Highway 299 Burney, California SERVICES Sunday School ........... 10:00 A.M Sunday Morning Worship .... 11:30 A.M Young People's Service, Sun . 6:00 P.M Evangelistic Service Sunday . . 7:00 P.M Bible Study Thursday ...... 7:00 P.M REV. .TACK RENISON, Pastor P.O, Box lll Burney, California UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 602 N. Virginia Ave. Ontario, California SERVICES Sunday School ........... 9:45 a.m Sunday Morning Worship ...... ll:00 a.m Sunday Evening Evangelistic .... 7:30 p.m Tuesday Bible Study ..... . .1130 p.m Thursday Youth Service . . 7:30 p.m . . . . .Pastor Ass't. Pastor I . . . Youth Leader i Rev. Paul C. Seagraves. Rev. Ronald Joseph Charles Snelser .... Rev. James A. Campbell .... Superintendent H BBINGING GDD'S SALVATTON TO OUR GENEBATIONH- The Seag raves Fami ly FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Plane 8: Freeman Street. Woodland, Calif . S Eff? V I il E S Morning worship - - - - - - - ----- ll: Evangelistic Service- - - - - - - - - - 7: Friday - Prayer Meeting - - - - - - - - 7: Rev. Aflon Royer, Pastor 216 Hays Street The Royer Family Woodland, California O0 A O0 A 30 P Wednesday - Bible Study - - - - - - - - 7:30 P 30 P CMO Phone 66257119 A 1 9 Bennie Jones J. R. Mann Jonathan Urshan K. V. Reeves Arlie Mulvaney Charles Bigdon Louie Jackson James Fletcher Kelsie Hag ard George Tay or BITY C F651 SHE HBEST WISHES T0 THE GRADUATION CLASS OF I965N THE ILLINOIS DISTRICT C 4U ' -'65 ' -' June 2225.-SHg5n5uly l8th. EgHtSngam2 1gEh Illinois District Camp Ground-Route 13-2 mi?es N. Murph sboro Ill, CAVIP HUDE - st. Charles, Illinois July Sth - lgth ' 2 UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH DISIEIQI- EIRSTSU 1 1. . 2 24 Lonoview Drive 2 Belleviile, Illinois XOGPQOKD J. H. eeter ' Box 296 Vandalis, Illinois ie . . r t ' -P ' G013ieYwOif?fs22renSf31 ent ugene Mc intoc - irector F F George Shanks-Secretary Jimmie Yohe-Secretary i io . . 1te...Decatur, Ill. 9 tl I rt , r u d onat an rs an ecretary oy lmp 1HS ecretary James asse - epresentative A20 ' O ert . en us - ICOF Evangeline Bodenbush-Secret United Church Exten i nl A Non-profit for service Corporation created o serve nite entecostal Churches throughout the United States. For free information write: United Church Extension Office, Box ll2, Collinsville, Illinois. ' ' ' ' ' ' T ' ' A NON- rofit Corporation de- signed to e p .Bear One-Anotherns Burdensn. Hree information write: P. O. Box 222, Pinckneyville, Illinois. 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White 3- Managed PY Sec'y-Treasurer J, H, Heater United Pentecostal Guy Ream Church Ministers - MORE DRIVE IN '65 A Cjlafzliz Q .- Lef: vw! I 1' ' .--V ' A V T A "'f ,.,. ..:-1.Eff: I ' UUITED R559 ' W X f il DEDTECGSTGIL iw Cl-VJRCH . VELCDFV' 61? E. HORNER BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS REV, Wx ' IVAN. PASTDR , FOR All OCCASIONS 3 TROPICAL PLANTS GIFI' ITEMS ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS 5 United Pentecostal Church ig,-:Z 4229 E. llorner Ave. "fu 9' Stockton, California S.: - IF- ' 3' jf ZCQOII W. W. Sturdivan -Pastor 9-'ZZZo,2b-Z4 Henry Feuerstein -Superintendent 23:3 1 Q Cbc. C: 4, Robbie Broadway -Youth Leader I ? QGQQOQOQQQS ywgf . . . , . . Gaucho 0 Q A K Janice Feuerstein-Ladies Auxiliary -0 'F Cfzcfifigifl JG 511 ' c: Q o 343:-5C,4,q.D Q 2' wi President 9 - Q 41,9 fin I Lois Sturdivan -Church Secretary E. 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"A New lhble fur an N--xx' Dany," nn-I full purllrulurs enum-rnim: Ihr- l-'nurlh Im- prnvcd Edition of your New Vlmin Hefvr- E1 Sm-nd your spoulnl If-rms In Rebre- Nzlme 1Xulclrm'HN Ully Sln!0 A23 A24 -.1 ' ,Mm Glen Segraves - Pastor 204 West Sixth Street Kennett, Missouri Sponsored by: THE YOUNG LADIES OF THE FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH South By-Pass and Kennett Street Kennett. Missouri Services Sunday School. . .... . .9:45 a Sunday Morning Worship. . . .11:00 a Sunday Evening Evangelistic. . . .7:O0 p Tuesday Prayer Meeting .... . .10:00 a Wednesday Night Young People. . . . 7:45 p Saturday Night. . . . 7:45 p CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1965 fro m LADIES AUXILIARY niieh Igenienueizrl Ulhurrlq Ongilee Ogden Florence Green 10609 santa Ana 445 - N- H- Sf- Lamont' Calif. Tulare, Calif I O LADIE S ' ' UXILIARY me lm Ladies Auxiliary Leaders Ruby Sharp .... Lavennia Sturgis.. .... Naomi Silvernale. ..Sect. 1 Joyce Fields ..... .... Sect. 4 .Sect. 2 Jewell Nevills ..... .... Sect. 6 Sect. 3 Estell McCarty ....... .... Sect. 7 Oma Woodward ................ Sect. 8 WILLING HANDS - PRAYERFUL HEARTS A25 A26 FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST MARBLE FALLS, TEXAS SERVICES Sunday School --------------- - --------- ---- 10:00 A. M., Sunday Worship ------------------- - ---------- 11:00 A. M. Wednesday Bible Study ----------------------- 7:30 P. M.. Friday Young Peoples Service ---------------- 7:30 P. M. Pastor: ------ f ----- Sister Hazel Frusha RENISON'S VARIETY AND SPORTING GOODS 1 191 Main Street BURNEY, CALIFORNIA 'MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE AND 'BROWSE' TOGETHER. " Mr. W. Renison - Proprietor We have a nice line of: Greeting cards, Toys, Ceramics, Souvemrs, Infants Wear, and many other items too numerous to mention In the Sporting Goods Department, You'l1 find everything for the FISI-IERMAN'S and HUNTER'S NEEDS, A27 vw? Wm 4 A P.-'UNE uN.9-11:13 ' nF 5 'Nl 'f B A .g!,mZp0 . im El R c I0 3 2 ISDBELQADEUNAEANDA ew 5. ATCHISUN s'r. RNERBANK, CALIF. FIRST JESUS NAME CHURCH First 8 Trinity Streets Chowchilla, California W. R. Myers - Pastor " STRAIGHT FOR THE GOAL" UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH of ' Ynfm V, APOSTULIC CHURCH 1133 Railroad Corona, California Redding, California Pastor - Thomas Ramirez Secretary - Frank Arroyo Treasurer - Joe Ybarra Superintendent - Angel Ybarra Song Director - Louis Ramirez CONGRATULATIONS SERVICES CLASS OF 1965 sunday School... .... 10:00 a.m Sunday Night .... .. 6:30 p.m Tuesday ........ .. 7:00 p.m A28 Thursday .... .. 7:00 p.m Si Rev. Sz Mrs. A. M. Mansfield lR. R. Box 2 Poseyville, lndi ana Ladies Auxiliary Pres: Betty East Young Peoples Pres: Joel Davis APOSTOLIC BIBLE CHURCH Stewartsville, lndi ana SERVICES Sunday Morn. Sun. School.. .9:39-l0:1l5 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship .... l0: 45-12:00 a.m. Sunday Night Ifvang. Service ...... 7:00 p.m. 'lhursday Young Peoples ...... 7:00-8:00 p.m. Thursday Bible Study, ....... 8:00-9:00 p.m. This ad is compliments of the Ladies Auxiliary and Pentecostal Conquerors Board Members: Edgar Rodgers Arby Mason Herbert Davis Darrell Farrar Charles Shelby r UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH F Rev. 81 Mrs. Samuel White io24s Aiondra Blvd. Bellflower, California SERVICES Sunday School ------- 9:45 A. M, Morning Worship ---- 11:00 A. M. Evangelistic -------- 7:30 P. M. Wed. Bible Study ---- 7:3O..P. M. Fri. Youth Service -- 7:30 P. M. Residence: 137114 Ibbetson Street Bellflower, Califomia. Phone: 86-72803 tmurch: 86-69162 A29 UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH l6l9 l0th Street Oroville, Chlilbrnia PASUOR: Phillip A. Dugas - 1300 Tehama Avenue - Oroville, Calif S E R V I C E S Sunday School .... ......... ... .. ... .9:45 a Sunday Morning Worship K Junior Church... ...ll:00 a Sunday Evangelistic Meeting .... .... 7:30 p Wednesday Bible Study... ......... .... 7:30 p Thursday - Women's Prayer Meeting ..... ...10:0O a Thursday - Men's Prayer Meeting .... .... 7:30 p I A30 Revival with Bev. Fred Ulrich New Building, Cbmpleted October 1964 CONGRATULATIONS To The GRADUATES AND STUDENT BODY From The L UM N I SSOCIATICJN of the WESTERN APOSTOLIC BIBLE COLLEGE Rev. Phillip Dugas Sis. Alvalene Royer President Secretary 5, H sas. cnrascina Kubota Rev- Pau' Uugas Treasurer Alumni News Editor A31 A32 Y O U C A N R E A C H EDDlE'S COFFEE7 SHOP BY FOLLOWING THE FLASHING BEACON ON H THE . ., EDDis3 SIGN I N ST OCKTON You Can See it From W Center Stree- Overpass 'fr Charter Way Subway ' Hiway 50 at French Camp For a real Breakfasi or Snacktime treat, visit Eddifs "Pancake Alley" A fea tur ing 30 different kinds of pancakes to choose from. wav Nor srop IN? we ARE 7? Q ALWAYS UPEN AND SERVE ' fe :.. h . , eg' -rv 1 ES2?J23?cQl VER' Mn' 'Pi W I 3 f rom 5 fe? Y Z p EDU158 nop .H QW Y an r1,0Mf24M'v A I as-LH.-W M hx I X ,L .fn 'E r 'i a , ug E, 1419 s.EL oonooo , A T , 'fini-. AQ!! 'i :': me S gi e E 555555 E N? 5 A :xm1,ef'Yq- "'1 Y , was was xemef ,kv eslefglf ,-1 ,., 21:2-ii-iv A ii .lfi f MAJOR MIXES P.O. Box 265 Lodi, California Hank 8 Tony's Builder's Supply Co. 2040 E. Harding Way Stockton, Calif. Phone No. 465-3463 Phone: 368-4052 Glass Fencing Paint Plumbing DONUT AND PASTRY MIXES Lumber Hardware "sTOCKTON'S BIGGEST LITTLE LUMBER YARD" our CD WATERLOO DRUGS A vig :rj-X L:-,Jag-, af U . says 4 D EP E N D AB L E gf, DR UGG IST CONGRATULATIONS 3033 Waterloo Road Stockton, California H0 5-5717 STOCKTON HARDWARE COMPANY 2726 Waterloo Road Stockton, California GENERAL BUILDERS SUPPLY AND HARDWARE and BEST WISI-IES to the CLASS OF '65 :.ae:,,wn-n.-i-..f...,....'. L...............-L... , ., .,....,. ,,,,, , Q, ,I -.,. -1' ' ,:' .....v..L'V W m,..,.,,M 1 FARMERS FEED C0. 1302 E Miner Avenue -I Stockton, California :II , Phone: HO 5-5739 .I ,S ' ax I I PUBINA cnows I llu fA l I Cl-l5aS And I "?:nUnn'vs?V - sl:-2-:Or l PUBINA EGGS I - ,.- -..--..,.,..:...-V, --,. . Q Y 44 , , I Q P 0 Q U U Gyn ' E fwfr TELEPHONESI 466-9506 15, K 464 4838 'J STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA 'T X CORNER OF HARDING WAY AND CEMETERY LANE CONGRATULATIONS CL ASS O F I965 FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE 309 So. C t St Turl k C lf "We Are Laboure 'I' gather With God" I Cor. 3:9 WHERE THE APOSTOLIC TRUTH IS PREACHED CHICKEN DINNER5 E IIELWVIGPS COFFEE SHOP X CAFE WE SPECIALIZE IN BROILED STEAKS FRENCH FRIED CHICKEN HOME-MADE PIES PHONE EN 9-9762 Ioao s H H s LOD! CALIFORNIA 'LA' BONDS TELEPHONE Ass-aoea 540 BUILDING '- 540 N. CALIFORNIA ST STOCKTON. CALIFORNIA aszoz ' O X 1 0 FRENCH CUSTARD 'THE PRIDE OF THE VALLEY BEST WISIIES From The BICHIVIAID ICE CREAM COMPANY 100 South Cherokee Lane Lodi, California Phone: 369-4793 THE PRIDE OF THE VALLEY 19 icktbnrws Qiuuntrp Qliluh Etulnus 'A' PHOTOGRAPHY - Commercial 8I Porfraif 'k ORIGINAL ART -Traditional 81 Modern 11 MOTION PICTURES - Script fo Screen 477-7837 743 PORTER AVE. off Pacific Avo. STOCKTON CONGRATULATIONS To The SENIOR CLASS OF ' 65 A FRIEND EARL ANGLE HD. 3-IU54 WILSON WAY WILSHIRE SERVICE LLIBRICATIDN - MLIFFLER5 Sc TAILPIPES MINCIR TUNE UF' - WASHING - PDLIEHING WHEEL BALANCINE - CCIMPLETE ALITCI REPAIR 2701 N. WILSON WAY STCICKTDN, CALIF. ,-3-.Ili f"A' A-'-' ' ,gi V.: 'Lx 51 51, 1 ' ' Ala Cmeor Family Style. A. Our Food is Real Chinese! A Taste Will Convince You. :KNO Parking Problems :Ig Merchants Lunch Served from ll a. rn :FBanquet Room seats up to 60 People Orders Prepared to Go, Call in your Order, Ready When You Arrive! HO 2-1541, 2.455 Waterloo Rd A3 s UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 741 S 11St. - Abilene, Texas Sunday School... ... .... 9:45 a.m. an-ag 4529: Sunday Morning Worshi ... ...11:0O a.m. Q, D .,,.A9A 'A ' 5 :-Pia.. Sunday Night..., .... 7:30 p.m Wednesday Youth Service .... .... 7:30 p.m Friday Bible Study .... .... 7:30 p.m THE CHURCH THAT PREACHES WHAT THE BIBLE TEACHES OFFICERS Robert Bates ...... ......... Sunday School Supt. Rev. Q MPS. Kinsfather J. W. Windland .... ....... S. S. Secretary 1466 Bridge Ave- Grace Kinsfather... ...... Choir Director Abilene, Texas Grace Kinsfather... ......... Youth Leader Jim Pulliam ..... .... Ass't. Youth Leader A36 EMMANUEL PENTECOSTAL CHURCH CHURCH HOME 3651 - 27th Avenue 5221 San Francisco Blvd. East of Franklin Blvd, Sacramento, California Sacramento, California GLadstone 7-8354 THF CZHUW1? YHAT'PREACZH3S WHAT'7HE BIBLE TEACHES PASTOR: 0. A. Ellingsworth Ass't. Pastor: Doyle Ellingsworth Youth Director: C. A. Prickett SERVICES Sunday School .... .--- 9245 H-m- Morning Worship ....... ---11200 a-m- Evangelistic Service... .... 7:00 D-m- Wednesday Bible Study ................ ...7:30 p.m. Friday Night Young Peop1e's Service... ...7:30 p.m. NELE SYFQSEEY lnowl 1765 PENTECUST l:VR'i' isuuny SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA NOW CELEBRATING ITS Salutes 7' .rv David F. Gray Founder and Pastor Uesfern ,oosfofc ZMQ Gokye Y- if ' Ssifvn - f1-f?'flN ,fr pf: AQX 5 .1 J.. , gl ffvfh. gi, -,pl Z? IKNN ,M KW N div ' ' an A ,rw 52 will : -Wav, l:fl1llXw 'N '11 W LM' .1 " w16- -"-' , ey ' Wg , I ' ,- 22 . ,-5515"-..s,J?:4 gale!-Ia J, ,Q A. its ., 1 'Rf' ll 5 ,fr ai? ,li ' 7 f "'. Hifi., J' 'NA f - -si, " " 'l' Q . 'i 5- " iJ:Jf.I 1' ' H 'aw A 'Af'-0 ,f I fe O wl, ,bfi S V - ll I 1 I I ,fff , ---,-fum 1 I 4, .. Q.. nv ,ig V- . V X Q.. f .I , ' J Q 5 e -:,::, a, H ' ' 3 '- I ' ' 115 ' T r'7rH':1-.-V u 1 - if f fllsfa iff ' K i ll 5' f 41" ' P fin it ' ref 11 vc- on "' J NEW SANCTUARY KNOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION, FROM A STOREFRONT TO A "MANSION ON A HILL TOP" February 11,1945 20 YEARS OF GOD'S BLESSING We invite our friends to visit us in our new church on our beautiful 6 acre Pentecost Park after August lst. With a total floor area of 25,000 square feet, the several buildings com- prising our church and school complex will be the home, not only of Revival Tabernacle and its Sunday School, but also a Retirement Home, Print Shop, Book Room, the Hour of Power Radio Broadcast now reaching 30 states over two of North America"s most powerful stations, XEG and XERB, and a future Grade School.. This is the Lord"s doing, and it is marvelous in our eyes. A37 WILSON WAY BUILDERS SUPPLY MOULDINGS, PLYWOOD, HARDWARE, DOORS HARDWOODS, FORMICA, CHROME, MOULDINGS CUSTOM CABINETS A SPECIALTY Phone HO 5-7653 2605 N. Wilson Way Stockton, California A38 UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 14319 W. Kearney Blvd. Kerman, California FRIENDLY CHURCH Pastor: ON KEARNEY AH rtCaye SERVICES Sunday School ................. 10:00 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A.M. Sunday Night Service .......... 7:00 P.M. Wednesday ...... . ..... 7:30 P.M. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '65 FROM THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF MODESTO, CALIFORNIA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF '65 A FRIEND ALFRED A. MAYER OWNER Congratulations Senior Class BIGG S LITTEL STORE 1140 Waterloo Road Stockton, California 95205 When in Lodi Stop in at TATE'S DOUGLAS GASATERIA Where you will receive Personalized FAST, FRIENDLY SERVICE AT The Station With The Great Big Heart Lodi Ave. 8 Hutching Owner: Rev. Wm. J. Tate UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH E B Hampton Carolyn M1Chae1 Dolly Hampton Marlene Dovell Sunday Worsh1p Serv1ce of ORANGE 537 East Palm Qrange, California Rev J D Langford 295 N Orange Street Orange Ca11f0FH18 OFFICERS Sunday School Super1ntendent Youth Leader Lad1es Aux111ary Presldent Church Secretary SERVICES Sunday Evange11st1c Servlce Thursday Prayer 8 Blble Servlce Saturday Youth SSTVICC NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH WITH OLD FASHIONED SALVATION A39 Sunday School ........... ............... ..... .... ..... 9 " ' ........ . ...Q .u.. ... .. ...ll ' ' ' .......... ... ...,. u.,....7 I ' ' ... ....... . ..... . ......Y ' .....u...... ..... .. ........... ..7 . , . CONGRATULATIONS WESTERN APCSTOLIC BIBLE COLLEGE From The INTERNATICNAL LADIES AUXILIARY UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 3645 So. Grand Blvd. Saint Louis, Mis souri 59 ei-9 QW' -QRAGTS nsrmasnnons SWVES wnsmue THE PATHWAY TO SERVICE ASSISTANCE TO: Who can find a virtous woman? Her price is far above rubies....She worketh will- ' ' 1 ' ingly with her hands .... With her hands she planteth a vineyard .... She layeth her hands to the spindle, yea, She reachech forth , her hands to the needy .... Give her of the fruit of her hands and let: her own works '. I ' ' h ' nh c .... A ch r, Tupelo Childrens Mansion ef U' e ga es woman 8 feareth the Lord she shall be praised. Proverbs 31. G0 FORWARD SLACK ANOT Vera Kinzie Florence Ripley A40 General .President General Secretary .i"f:'?iEWLf1f'-3?l:ER J .HIV 'Z Zr7l.if11ifi!l Ei2.wl155'ibi5'J?'T!lg1 Now Ii"s Pepsi ! For Those Who Thlnk Young V Saylng CLASS OF 6 CONGRATULATIONS 3? 1 JUL! Pepsi Colo Bottling Co 1514 E Market Street Stockton, Ca11forn1a "'RADlMAnx RAINBO OF 'WD anno 1445 N P11gr1m Stockton Ca11f Owner Teddy Martln l1ONG LEE MINNIE S Phone HO 4 0953 140 E Hardlng Stockton Every Fr1day and Sunday SPBCIH1 D1nners Roast Beef 8 Golden Fr1ed Ch1CkeD Frled Prawn Dlnner CANTONESE AND AMERICAN DISHES Spec1a11z1ng 1n Large and Small Banquets Cater1ng and Luau PBTCIBS S1 75 16 oz T Bone Steak 32 50 THE AENIENIQDAE, STAFF X15 fi EQ' .L Kmeaslla I l I 5 A41 - 0 6 5 I 0 0 1 fx Y E 2 3 - . , ' , . A - fx 055' X - J gg, N Uaffgzzg K Q1.i-Q76 fu .Qxggi-2 ' .r gfou 1 Verna' 4 F4 ' ' T V . - , gg ' B A f 0 93' ' 11 l'k' to express our ag-gvrcciam,-n to I1 of II S ' ' 'H nelped to mai.: this annual p 'bl . . as ' trust Sklnitzd sm al Church God Bleu Wg w.f1.1e.e W- H- 'Pail' Dale B. Struble Superintendent SeC'y - T1-gag, David F, Gray G. S. Honey Luther McDaniel J. A. Maxwell P1-egbyter Sec, 1 Presbyter Sec., 2 Presbyter Sec. 3 PI'95bYUeI' Sec- 4 wmiam H. Garrett Otis M- Petty C. F. Epley Guy Bennett A42 Presbycer Sec. 5 Presbyter Sec- 5 Presbytgr Sec, 7 Presbyter Sec. 8 WESTERN DISTRICT PENTECOSTAL CONQUERCRS SUPPORT SHEAVES FOR CHRIST, THE PROGRAM THAT MOVES THE GOSPEL AROUND THE WORLD i PQJTEED cJFi ITA! QQ ,. ,' " -A." :Nr wa? 9 'X f' We 2' iii ' - -Q -- 1 ' it T-TQ , - . T 'fi '." ' T ' aft '-" - I, H "J '--' ' !T"'f -.!' -1? SVT? . E ,QfrQ,KfJ Nr 41g:5,,ffaH' 0 1 s 90992 T1lE R J D L ' d Rev. Kenneth Haney CSV' ' ' Sangtor Conquerors President nquerors ecretary 2214 Mm" Avenue DISTRICT YOUTH LEADERS 51606 Cygfiffml A Stockton, California range, LdJL'U'uLa Arthur Hodges, Jr... ... Section l Harvey Cantrell .... . .... Section 5 Gerald Buxton ..... ... Section 2 David Theobald .... .... Section 6 Bob Robinson .... ... Section 3 Kenton Deeter... .,.g.SSCt1OH 7 Kenneth Fields... ... Section 4 Philip Dugas.. ..... Section 8 Di strict Activi ty Board Di strict Youth Camp Board Sheaves for Christ Director ...... Jimmy Shoemake Principal .............. Henry Moore, Jr. Educational Director ......... ....Winfred Toole Educational Director ......... Bill Smith Promotional Director... ... .. Arlon Royer Recreational Director ......... ITed David Head Boys Counselor ......... J. D. Dansby Head Girls Counselor ....... Connie Pitman F This is the presentation of the National Award Plaques in which the Western District received First place for its district offering and Second place for attendance per conqueror. Pictured from left to right are: Jimmy Shoemakeg J. D. Langford: Kenneth Haney, Western District Youth Leader: W. R. Pair, District Superintendent: T. F. Tenney, International Youth Leader. A43 A44 gf, ,v--- E y -',R. AV.. y- PENTEcoSTAL ASSEMBLY 'rw . 7 Va 9th Ave, and Market ,sx. .F i t'jlg,'1 w EauC1airr, Wisc. . S , l - - YA 7.6, - fr ' ,: . 'i NN: ,S f s E X V I -.. , l 1 11 A rv T- ' ' 7 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 336 E. Travis Blvd. Fairfield. Calif. SERVICES is 1' if Sunday School ...... . .l0:O0 a.m. 5 e Morning Worship ..... . .ll:00 a.m. 7 1 Wednesday Bible Study. . . . 7:45 p.m Friday Young People. . . . . 7:45 p.m Sunday Evangelistic Service. . . 7:45 p.m Vaughn R. Morton 1572 Rayburn Ct. Fairfield, Calif PASTOR 'Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptised every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the re- mission of sins, and ye shall re ceive the gift of the Holy Ghost. Acts 2: 38. GREETINGS FROM PENTECOSTAL CHURCH or M OF 1965 M? Kvoro, J APAN Hr ,I i'u F 4 I Rev. and Mrs. Kunio Fujibayashi and Son sa.. -. 'ff ... in 5T.h .lzl ,A fSister Fujibayashi is if Church in Kyoto, Japan former WABC student? CALVARY TABERNACLE and CALVARY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 902 Fletcher Avenue Indlanapolle Indlana Truth Proclazmzng Preaching an Chrzst Centered Educatzo n SERVICES Sunday Sunday School 9 45 a Mornlng WOTShlp 11 00 a Evangellbtlc Servlce 7 30 D m Tuesday Young Peop1e's SGFVICG 7 45 p m HARVESTIMES HOOSIER HOME Xwr 5-is VERA PIEPFR PTIHCIPBI UNITED PENTECOSTAL Wh1pp1e nd Jovan Prescott Ar1 zona Oma Ellls 1229 Llnden Road Presc tt Ar1zuna SERVICES Sunday School Sunday wOfSh1p Serv1ce a m Sunday Evang Serv1ce m Wednesday B1b1e Study 7 Thursday N A Urshan Pastor Blble Study 7 45 p m Sunday Broadcasts 3 2 m I 11 00 m I 43 F3 HUGH nobr ASSOC18CE MIHISCBT Calvarv Hou1 Harxestlme Quik. 537 TED BLACK Secret ry 5 ASSISEHDC CONGRATULATIONS CHURCH To Th GBADUATING CLASS OF 1965 May God Bless You One and All Bro 8 SIS McDonald P P 1SClll8 8 Bable Julle FIRST UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 446 3rd Street Galt Callfornla PASTOB W1ll1am E Geur1n A45 whims B H E B H - B H E H H I . Qmwss 'B H ,awxgm H is BN HIE H. , . . SEQ HHH nga Bm B mmm . , mm E If - - . d ' ' 1 J ' u . ' L: A . . 1 b .....U.... : .m. Kg ' ' ........ : .m. ' '.............. : .. . . ' 7' O W B C ' . ' u ll u nnnaunnu I u 1 1 claus x. ... . . . - I p. . ........W. .B.C. ..... f J ,W X, cggx pf F. Z W W,' E x 1 as fa H L I, V , , N . isii, ' H am E E -isles-' mn E H gf -' Eff' I Y . MW V' An- :I-,Ilfr are NU, .2g, Mawr' 'x ffi:,.s.. jiisigrm .frv I r?uQHLLv fxjnd- - SQQQSI, up fr Nggi1'? FQQV ' l . . . B . I S ' ' a I 0 , ' ............10:00 a.m. ' ' ...11g0O . . . ' .... 7:00 p. . J . . ' .... :OO .m. F- - 4 - - U 1 ":""' Sunday School Thursday Young ..l0.: Evangelistic Service 75 Tuesday Bible Study ........ 75 FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Kate gl Denver Streets New London, Calif. SERVICES 00 A.M. 30 P.M. 30 P.M. Peoples Service 7:30 P.M. THE CHURCH THAT PBEACHES WHAT THE BIBLE TEACHES RSV- LESS-EAFMUUCY Baymond Hobbs - Sunday School Supt. UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH , 3702 West Broadway fx ,N I aim? Muskogee, Oklahoma ai," I .rl ' - Phone - Murray 7-7828 , "" ' ' t slzavxclss ' ' iw li O " j. Sunday Morning Service.. . l0:00 A.M. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS' Sunday Evening Service.. . 7: 30 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study .... 7:30 P.M. Friday Youth Service ..... 7:00 P.M. REV. BILL G. SHIPJEL, PASTDB From the BIBLEAIBES TBIO: Mackie McDonald, David Bishop, and Don Hyrkas. Rev. Henry L. 8: Gladys McCune Sister Grace E. MCCUHS G0 Ye Into All The World And Preach The Gospel H Baptizing Them in JESUS' NAME.n 2 L P fs ' G1 INA an d J APAN Ha rv ff S t Fi 21 d S Address in Hong Kon g: Address 10 U. S. A. ,- s' as H ' P . O. Bo x 7 7 cf c .J on a th an Mc Cu n e " , Sh 3 t i n , N e w Te r r . , 1 8 4 5 S. 1 3 c h S m . Kowloon, Hong Kong - lyRev. Henry L. Sc Gladys L. McCune Salem, Oregon sister GMM 'r H-F M , M5' T1 ffm: ,D I,-1 wfxdufj ,'5K,!-f-"jx rf MP-gi ,, .- Regs ste, in A . ' . 2 -. -X-'2im..?,N, N lf: iw, I 4 ff is use 1 B as k,av.:af.'-xi., P 1 Gi M ..mll mJ,hX1s1 xg i P' 7 S ' lll"f""""?mL'lli- fo.. O 'AmlFi'f" . .,.. lm - 'X Q7 .' I QT P' WALKING THE HEHVENLY ND 0 . A46 UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 1649 96th Avenue Oakland, California nyvvyfl, Dwfsfigfss 'ml Mgaulr.. q.,,...: - ,-QL "THE CHURCH IN THE HEART OF THE EAST BAY WITH THE EAST BAY ON ITS HEART SERVICES Sunday: Tuesday: Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Bible Study ...... 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship..ll:00 a.m. Thursday: ' Evangelistic ..... .7:O0 p.m. Pentecostal Conq.7:3O p.m. A Church with a Sunday School Vision. Visitors find a warm welcome in the Sunday School. This Church maintains a progressive Sunday School Program. Sunday School Superintendent - Dawn Salsbury The Pentecostal Conquerors of the Church Extend Best Wishes to the Student Body, Faculty, and Officials of Western Apostolic Bible College. Pentecostal Conquerors President - Charles Bickford Pastor: Otis M. Petty 334 Garcia San Leandro, California Phone: NE 8-03l5 Church: NE 8-9l43 Y Bev. Otis M. Petty Pastor uoiwt and Qhmmzmg IQMIWE Vlostalgia 1537A 1312 4291712 Hoosier Zinn Bzligbtful jfuoh Heirloom Gifts from the "Yankee Feddler Shoppe" N. Wilson Way Sz Highway 99 Alt Phone 463-0171 DELIGHTFUL FOOD OLD -TIME ATMOSPPIERE OLD -TIME PRICES DECORATED IN RARE BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUES Charles and Charlotte Dyer CV an Mrs Roberts Sunday WOFSh1p Sunday EV8Dg611St1C Wednesday Blble Study Fr1day Young People Pastor: CONGRATULATIONS SENIOR CLASS OF 1965 From the Zfwfeci fwfecw-WZ MMM 302 CAREY AVE WATSONVILLE CALIF SERVICES Parsonage: B. G. Bober s 780 Amest1c Road, Watsonv11le, Calif. THE CHURCH THAT PBEACHES WHAT THE BIBLE TEACHES A49 A A A A 'Q-., :Som new I . , . . d , Sunday School .... I ... 9:50 A.M. '.g ..... ...,l1:50 A.M, '- ' ..... ... 7:00 P.M. ' ' .. ... 1:30 P.M. ' . ... 7:30 P.M. c - ' 4' f "LF . .' ' 1,. ' - .f I 'TJ' 1. 4Q'f1w.- ff Lf' an if sz Qwfif gfnkzmg. 35293.-f ' o '30 as THE WURLD ""' , s :. 1 0 HAND BUT OUR HANDS 1 Q. 'vu Q . Q' ix 55 0. :, .13 1 -J 3 ' -Q ,7Zi1lss1'0z2 ary , 1 .l , Q ! - ' . . . ,. sl A50 M EiEiE'!3ia??'F Fiiiiii ffiififi' T' - - ' ' - un il W GCD BLESS WESWEEBN AFQSTQEUC B B EE CCDMEGE AND THE CLASS OF 1965 m 'NTS R1h dAl SUCH APOSTOLlC ASSEMBLY or THE FAITH IN cnnlsr IE Eiga ZZ , f-55215 h gm 5 . . 1 if A , r isii 1 1-A ,- X ' V5 'S ,FQSQUQ tw . , E H c ar maraz t ' I National Youth President I ' 1 1 I , LN ll. .55 1 V w: 1 Y '- 1 H .H .Qu , 3' H . A A 'A 1'5" HH ESB M R 4' J 4 wsu.-Egifg' , nf'-! l lie-'23 ,Ally we-1'-um "' rv Q. FQ O-I 'YQ' - S g ,, UF THE Wes ESEZWYEQEIWQSS QF 795152 Q5 's we -T RYPRESXATE A 5 WESTERR APBSTULKG BXBXE CULLEGE , KMI2IfGOf yjenfecosfaf arc Salutes esfenz fwposfofc 31612 Galaga We are proud of W.A.B.C.'s Achievements and Progress P A S T O R Rev. James P. Silvernale 390 So. Rosemead Blvd. Rev. James P. Silvernale 390 So. Rosemead Blvd. Pasadena, California CHURCH TRUSTEES S.P. Dryden M.J. Thompson G. Tayler You are Always Welcome at . f'tQ ' f'f'3 fMr21fe0fJ ezzfecosfaf ufufcf 380 South Rosemead Blvd. Pasadena, California SERVICES Sunday School ............... .... 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship .......... . .... 11:00 A.M. Sunday Evening Service ........ .... 7:30 P.M. Tuesday Bible Study and Prayer.. .... 7:30 P.M. Thursday Young Peoples Service ....... 7:30 P.M. O FI7I C E1 5 Sunday School Superintendent Young Pegplgs Leader Floyd R. Alexander Charles Knowlton Director of Christian Education Ladies' Auxiliary President Ernie Guevara Myrtle Krantz Children's Department Supt. Church Treasurer Rosemary Goodwin Richard Cleary A53 rjoosfer Hem ers Lin Chabiel 644 S. Los Angeles Tulare, Calif. Crystal Birch 320 E1 Paso Modesto, Calif. ,F .fx " ,?:5s.:, ,.. iw JQHJ' .j.T1 gzgau H211 Q. - ' '::-3 91 wt-V. A .Tai gf. iEE?E,,. " . 1? in r-f , 1, 1 Adelina Banda 3537 Atchison Riverbank, Ca lih 2 y ,f x aw, nn-I 58 DQR Carol Ann 1538 N. Golden Gate Stockton, Calif. o Wsftsv . ' 3 L Nu, Rev. E Mrs. Carl Helnes Teresa Gaona Sh' 1 Dob W E C ll 1?73 19th Streat 3537 Atchison 64ZxN?yXen0SS3n Eggs :.ME?Qin I O let Kxngsburg, Ca11f. Riverbank, Calif. Tulsa, Ok1ah0ma Stockton, Calih . xv' ini sSl'Trij,7 2, it y . -r '1!'bJ ' Q ' .. f l 5 fiQ'QEg A Becky Konopnicki David Royer Rev, E Mrs. David R. Theobald Egvonge wogis 1920 lst Avenue S42 Sth St. U 933 Boynton Ave. m- ta' - Yuma, Arizona woodland, Calxf. San Jose, Calif. Comanche. Texas A54 ' A54 ,nu 1 I-.Zen 1-5 -. . 5: ,...' 'li Wk Martin Amador Rebecca Clark Modesto, Calif. 6227 Brokenhurst Rd. not ., 2 ,-nswe I , 2 ,. . ',,n-' M-A WQl,fUf' w M Y., A I e,.njq, 2 - QUX, QPU ,5ld' waykyidy' Q' ff, , ff . ', ' , 1"Ng.vy , K N , 1.6 ,ji , -we . as Ms X 1 -6 f 3 'SEQ' LF' 'i '. W 1 is Galen Gregg 2164 10th Ave. Kingsburg, CaliL 7 , -v Q, Indianapolis, Ind. Rachel Martinez 117 So. 18th Ave. Yuma, Ariz. J-6-'I'. if tm, ' Miyagi' L.: :I ' fig. n 1 H4- xii:-:Ig - -':. ng. 7 6 Q' 5.35521 N? 1.1 1 P 7' V H . Y -L . . . 7 l 5?T?3i3 1:56 - m.n Sis Flascala Marc 6 Chuck Cook 372A S, S 1566 Rayburn cr. Fairfield, Calif. 'x gg "' f., w 6 YV ' ii ' 7 x 'V sz ' LST-am I Delores Martinez 117 So. 18th Ave. Yuma, Arizona ill' N 2? Kaye White MF- G Mrs. Bill Wilson Dorene Juahall Zubilla 1566 Rayburn cn. 2949.P2-nama 7728 Planter 56. Fairfield. Calif. Carmichael, Calif. Pico Rivera, Calif. ierra t. Riverbank, Calif. Angie Rodriquez 4735 Hammel Los Angeles, Calif. Lila O'Campo 3633 Waynart Ct. Carmichael, Calif. Galen Cox Karen M h Mr. 8 Mrs. Benjamin Carilln 1981 cnennkee Ma"an ihumate 12977 Aisnnilg 24808 Marine Ave. sn nm n cnuf 646 J"s11'ne 0 ' C '- Wil i 66 c 1'f Ass 0 0 - ' Mnaesnn, Calif. 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Pedro Martinez 1531 East Holidoux - Wilmington, Calif. l 4 1 1 Y 1 I le vi? X a'?""'! Bennie Trujillo lSl6 Mt. Vernon Ave. Bakersfield, Calif. f hs- ', Mr. 8 Mrs. Dale B. Struble 2628 E. White Avenue Fresno, California ,. Ruben Carillo Wilmington, Calif. Asa 4 .... lf, .w Mike 8: Duane Muucy Box 2025 Dinuba, Calif. -.L m fp, 5 Q ' Mrs Daniel H Four Bro. 8: Sis. Arthur Duck ?3g85ddDg2teI' 5323 Swanthmore St. 1852 E 10th , Moaeszo gglif La Mas., Calif. smcknon. Cahf- ' - I 4: ,KV-fs . , I 5. E' , S.. .4 , fix- l . L l Bro. J. A. Johnson 3019 Kenyon Stockton, Calif. Miss Judith Myer 319 Yocan F d vista. Calif. loy Irons 325 School Ave. Modesto, Calif. Mr, Q Mrs. Daryl Bash Danny Ramirez 6021 Telesco Way 241 N. Lincoln Carmichael. Calif. Corona, Calif- Clara Nunez - - 608 Third St. Calexico. Calif. Lawrence ward Bro. M. Southern Mr. 8 Mrs. LeRoy Seibold 7368 N. Vine P. O. Box 347 G Family Winton' Calif' Lathrop, Calif. 7262 Babcock St. Eau Claire, Wisc- , k 4. S ,-no-I z- Mr, G Mrs. C. E. Bishop Y Pl 700 5. Broadwn ldenvill O ahuma 1 , nk I .' N Ivan Frost Family 417 Concord Calif. ,-J Domingo Martinez 24624 Lakme Wilmington, Calif. John Sanders Miller Valley Rural Sta. Prescott, Ariz. A57 J Oosfer 2259122 ers Domingo Amador 815 Erickson Modesto, Calif. Louis Q Ruby Arnson 930 North 3rd Street Lompoc, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. Douglas Atkins 3316-A Mensch Court Carmichael, Calif. Rose Ella Barrett 2029 Superior Street Stockton, Calif. Bro. 8 Sis. Berry 525 Roache Road Watsonville, Calif. Grace Bible Route l, Box l Marble Falls, Texas Lana Birch 320 El Paso Avenue Modesto, Calif. McKay, Mary, David, Bennie Q Darlene Bledsoe 4619 Dunrobin Lakewood, Calif. Bro. H.G. Boyt P.O. Box S34 Freedom, Calif. Floyd 8 Cortez Breeding Box 154 Chino Valley, Arizona Sis. Britt 8328 Kinross Way Stockton, Calif. Sharon Brown 3667 Ml. Dayton Fresno, Calif, Mrs. Ethel Buell 68 N. Grand Oaks Pasadena, Calif. Frank J. Van Buskirk 5127 East Weber Stockton, Calif. Jerry Cagle 3608 Sunnyroad Stockton, Calif. Margie Camacho 107 Sheridan Street Corona, California Bill 8 Connie Cameron 8 Family 1625 Shirley Court Modesto, Calif. 1 John Carrillo 1533 East L Street Wilmington, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. Dean Cates 1240 Normandy Modesto, Calif. Joy Faye Cates 609 Annilane Modesto, Calif. A58 Rachael Chacon 273 Euclid Place Upland, Calif. Rev. 5 Mrs. Dennis M. Cobb 568 So. 13th Street Grover City, Calif. Gary Cooksey 604 Briggs Modesto, Calif. Jimmy 8 Carlene Cox G Shirel 2324 Meta Court Modesto, Calif. The A,R. Creagh, Sr. Family 707 9th Street Texas City, Texas Mr. N Mrs. Uakley Lrosono Route 4 Camden, Texas Barbara Cunningham 2501 Newport Modesto, Calif. Stanley Dansby 1827 Vernon Modesto, Calif. Morris W. Darby 5210 19th Avenue Sacramento, Calif. Bill Davies 559 Dee Court Redding, Calif. Mrs. Louise Davis R.R. 2 Poseyville, Indiana Harold Dunn 1302 Glenn Modesto, Calif. Sis. Dunning 5233 E. Marsh Stockton, Calif. Bev. Q Mrs. Charles Ellis .716 S. Broadway Holdenville, Oklahoma F.T. Ellis 8 Wife 1229 Linden Rd. Prescott, Arizona Minnie O. Freeman 3312V Brandon Street Pasadena, Calif. Sis. Gentry 5252 E. Marsh Stockton, Calif. William Geurin 405 N. Lincoln Way Galt, Calif. Chuck 5 Pat Gilstrap 8 Boys 1606 W. Roseburg Modesto, Calif. Karen Gissendaner 880 Del Valle Dr. Yuma, Arizona Danny Gonzales 330 So. Cidros Sulama Beach, Calif. Mary Louise Gonzales 405 Melrose Anaheim, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. A1 Graham 900 Dover St. Modesto, Calif. Leon Hallford 4806 E. 4th Stockton, Calif. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Haney Q Sherrie 2214 Myron Street Stockton, Calif. Annie Hernandez 4832 Garrick Avenue Pico Rivera, Calif. Mary F. Hernandez Route 2 Box 17 Thermal, Calif. Hilda Huerta P,O. Box 469 Indio, Calif. Irma Huerta 940 Ferris Avenue . Los Angeles 9, Calif. Jimmy and Delores Hughes 1949 94th Avenue Los Angeles 9, Calif. Rhonda 8 Mark Irons 325 School Avenue Modesto, Calif. Jimmy and Delores Hughespxf 1949 94th Avenue Los Angeles 9, Calif. Rhonda 5 Mark Irons 325 School Avenue Modesto, Calif. Jack S Charlene Jenkins 519 Santa Cruz Modesto, Calif. Mr. G Mrs. Le Roy Jones Lincoln Nebraska Thelma Jones 724 San Lucas Stockton, Calif. Rosalina,Juarez Rt. 2 Box 48 Thermal, Calif. Mrs. Evelyn R. Kear 4953 Mise Avenue San Jose, Calif. Millie Kight 14608 W. F Street Kerman, Calif. Christina Kubota 112 E. Jefferson Stockton, Calif. rgoosfef' yTQI22 ers Stella Lambio 935 W. 70th Street Los Angeles, Calif. Murray L. Layne 2261 E. Harvey Fresno, Calif. Elizabeth Lerma 6835 Leland Riverside, Calif. W.G. Lindsay R.R. 1 Box 24 Rocky Ford, Colorado Mr. Donald Loche 12692 Hannan Road Romulus, Michigan Mr. 8 Mrs. Harvey N. Loche 12692 Hannan Road Romulus, Michigan Edith M. Lokey 2187 N. Felaud Fresno, Calif. Mrs. Beatrice R. Loomis 4607 Loma Linda San Antonio, Texas Mr. 5 Mrs. Carmen Loren Rt. 4 Box 2568 Modesto, Calif. Loy McCarty 2000 Juiard Modesto, Calif. Stewart McCarty 1981 Cherokee Lane Stockton, Calif. Bro. S Sis. Fred Mabry 1711 E. Willow Stockton, Calif. John Maldonado 1549 East L Street Wilmington, Calif. Sadie Martinez 1521 Denton Avenue Hayward, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. D. Mafiinel 24624 Lakme Wilmington, Calif. Roy Martinez 1616 Z E. Robidoux Wi lmington, Calif. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Martine 2 Lake Forest Drive Daly City, California Mrs. W.A. Mays Box 653 Burney, Calif. R.T. Merrill 1560 Vale Street Campbell, Calif. Lois Meyer 311 Empire Modesto, Calif. Sharon Miller 1922 Edsel Modesto, Calif. Ruth Morones 122 No. Kern Avenue Los Angeles, Calif. Cecil C. Murray S Family 3608 Marshall Avenue Carmichael, Calif. Mr. K Mrs. W.R. Myers 612 Kings Chow Chilla, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. Hughie Nalley 791 Foster Road Napa, Cafif. Carol O'Campo 3633 Waynart Ct. Carmichael, Calif. Tony Pao 1920 Rickey Modesto, Calif. Mrs. Irene P222 222 10th Avenue San.Francisco, Calif. Naomi Palmer 717 Inyo Modesto, Calif. Peter Pantages 6075 Easton St. Los Angeles, Calif. Kathy Pittman 1604 Pearl Street Modesto, Calif. Jerry Powell 2725 Joy Street Ceres, Calif. Charlene Prather 2024 Roberson Modesto, Calif. Jimmie Prather 2024 Roberson Modesto, Calif. The J.C. Rains Family 219 Carolwood San Antonio, Texas Karen Ramirez 1398 West 16th Street San Bernadino, Calif- Louis Ramirez 4539 Old Oakdale Modesto, Calif. Tony Ramirez 6882 East Mt. View Selma, Califl Betty Reagan 951 South 9th Kerman, Calif. Jerry 8 Cristine Renison 2222 Finland Stockton, Calif. REV. 5 Mrs. J.E. Renison P.O. Box 1111 Burney, Calif. Anna 8 Rene Hodriquez 3110 West 78th Street Los Angeles 43, Calif. Lydia Rodriquez 3622 Newmark Avenue South San Gabriel, Calif Sally Rodriques 7622 Newmark Avenue South San Gabriel, Calif Robert Rodriguez 409 Layne Street Bakersfield, Calif. Bro. Eugene Rowlett 1454 Newport Avenue Stockton, Calif. Mr. 5 Mrs. Loran Royer 642 5th Street Woodland, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. Robert Royer 165 College Street Woodland, Calif. Rev. Lawrence E. Salazar 29232 Lassen Street Hayward, Calif. Nohemi Sanchez 1113 West 78th Street Los Angeles, Calif. Judie Shoemake 4699 Englewood Drive San Jose, Calif. Sandra Shumate 645 Josilano Modesto, Calif. Bro. 8 Sis. Arthur Smart G Family Rt. 1 Box 642 Yuma, Arizona Lana A. Smelser 7113 Galli Drive San Jose, Calif. Emma Smith 106 North 6th Apt. 6 Donnag Texas Kenneth Smith 3521 West University Fresno, Calif. Angel Soto 22032 South Pontiac Torrance, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. Merl Savage 316 El Paso Modesto, Calif. Martin Tlascala 3724 Sierra Street Riverbank, Calif. Geneva Treadwell 1503 Rhode Island Stockton, Calif- A59 A60 Gilbert Andrew Valdez 935 West 70th Street Los Angeles, Calif. Frank Vargas 20860 Bush Lane Hayward, Calif. Rita Veliarde 2107 S. King Road San Jose, Calif. Boo Donna Berg 1235 Wedgewood Ave.. Eau Claire, Wisconsin Mr. K Mrs. Boggs P.O. Box 723 Roseville, Calif. Mr. 5 Mrd. Harold Crutchfield 3701 Myrtle Avenue N. Highland, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. Claude Curtis 6148 Pennswood Lakewood, Calif. Mrs. Louise Davis R.R. 2 Poseyville, Lnd. Mr, 8 Mrs. Don Urennan 3127 - C Carlin Lynwood, Calif. Mn. 8 Mrs. Lee Fox 5F83 Elizabeth Bell, Calif. Mr. 0 Mrs. Richard Francis 520 E. Oak Lodi, Calif. Arlinda Frost 417 Concord Lodi, Calif. Mr. 5 Mrs. Fullerton 405 Harold St. Lodi, Calif. Refugio Vera 202 Sweet Visalian Calif. Elias Virrey 1723 Padre St. Bakersfield, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. A.F. Wilkinson 2l0.N. Main Burnet, Texas stew Mamas Fred Hartley 7541 Willow Way Citrus Heights, Calif. Mr. L.G. Hedger Box 635 Orangevale, Calif. Mr. Bishop A.O. Holmes 2101 E. Second N. Little Bock, Calif. Rev. Samuel L. Latta 2401 46th Street Moline, Illinois Mr. 5 Mrs. Simon Lee S Family 419K Third Street Eau Claire, Wisconsin Frankie Little Rt. 1 Box 223B Little Bock, Arkansas Gerald Little Rt. l Box 223B Little Bock, Arkansas Mr. Q Mrs. Ken Mallard 5512 Downey Ave. Lakewood, Calif. Bessie Marine 1628 Jefferson Napa, Calif. Mr. G Mrs. N.R. Matney 608 S. Central Lodi, Calif Candy Wisdom 700 Q Street Rio Linda, Calif. Andrea Ybarra 325 Grant Ave. Corona, Calif. Brol Q Sis. Reggie Yost 37832 Kate Road London, Calif. Joel'Zuniga 3737 Topeka Riverbank, Calif- E.A. Morris b. l Box 64 urtland, Calif. Mr. 8 Mrs. Edward Musgrove 302'Doolittle Sacramento, Calif. Mr. James Nalley 1045 McKinstry Napa, Calif. Norene Nesbit 1700 York St. Napa, Calif. Mr. Q Mrs. Ernest H. Perkins 7333 Bollingwood Blvd Citrus Heights, Calif Myrtle Petschow 1105 Zepher Hill Ave. Eau Claire, Wisconsin Rudereck Preston 114 W. 3rd St. LaJunto, Colorado Monroe L. Rosenthal P.O. Box 244 Lajunto, Colorado Alvina Ruhl 421 Flora Lodi, Calif. Janice Wright 710 East MacArthur Eau Claire, Wisconsin N.A. Wallen Ht. 3 Box 190 Lodi, Calif. Lui.. I . 4,,..,V.v. QU. -. v A..--V..!.,.7- A: .. . ., W 7.7. . ., um. ,.. -.,..Y.- . .,:.., ,T Q - 15 - .. ..u-.,!.,-.,Y. .. V. -1' 1 nv a.


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