Open Bible College - Onward Yearbook (Des Moines, IA)
- Class of 1957
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, i--' H, 1 i 5 'I ,.. v 5 Q 1 A. 4 I u 9 K ' 'A 5 1 , T1 5 n Z I . -! i 1 1 I i i, 5 i i 1 4 fab 1 1, L, Rm., - A-.ins 'Jhe l 57 nwaflcl Open Buble College 850 l8l'l1 Sfreef Des Mol es Iowa 23' , .nv ., , , , ,JI- fE- iY?'f- -A 7 ' Q: ' CE-vw ff + ' L ' , Q 1, we ,W i New Dear Mom and Dad, ly E :S The first lesson we learned in Bible school washow little we realgly preciated you when we- were home. When our conmanation to Godls vicebecame a reality we knew how much we had depended on your strength Y H i Y nm- W n and wisdom to guide us through the rough places. ' f 5 The change in our lives was veryevident, but y u :maiiile a cshoinsefettatiodu even more important. When you told Us good-byeV,iy,ou entrustfed your lives. r f I lll we is itll to unknown circumstances. You dedicated us to the l.ord's service and youre selves to a lite of prayer in our behalt. it We know that many times burdens havel been littedt angwermtg youqgj y iiiee 5, H t prayers. We thank God tor your faithfulness and know we will be better ministers because of it. . t W gli It is with an earnest prayer that God will .ibless Tas wgmlinliisgzteritpgether that we dedicate this year'sONWARD totyou, our parents. - t i Students of Open Bible College? ,ee 'f j ' ,M fi, i ' eg, ' ' ' L in viii?-me If Gun 'vlwg School I 1 4 1 QQ. Q M N -V 'QQ Xa 2 x Y I 1' X A 4 N R K k f cf ,.ff'aju,,11z.,-NWA 'E + x W W 1' ,L 'P f N. 'W W Y 1 ,V 13 -nf ff ,f f ,ff.P',ff:P',5' f f 495:97 f' ' I. ,mf,1f ' J . 1 N, ' fa W li f' if f , X 5 ,r W 1 w y l I ',, 4 J ' -. 3, 2, X 'L xl X-, 'Q H, K ,H w wg. wif ' I H. x y' .ffii-F:-ff' ,- 1: W a I iff 5 if ,- y ,vi f ff ,f w 1 C.'RUSSELL ARCHER President Revelation, General Epistles, Pastoral Theology, Fundamental Doctrines, Pauline Epistles, Funda- mentals of Speech, Full Gospel Doctrine, Homiletics 1' 'T ' ' .e ' . - A ' l 1 , ff ,fi i gt , -V t ' 1 ' ' ' ' , A LAVONNE A. ARCHER l I. ' in Dean of Women , H 3, H '- 3 Director of Music, Music Fundamentals, and , f 'dl' W , .. H A Conducting - Zi, - f'..:3'?. f- .. ir il l V t 'E '- , , -, . , .-vf ,4 Q 1- .4 V' ef. ta -ent. r' ' . I i ' t . ,. t. it . ' if 3.7. ZJ ': i ' 1 , ,fi..f.c-ii. i.t. X-E-4:15-, F- 'r Z tsp' l i l Ad CHARLES E. BECHTEL Dean of Education - Registrar Ancient History and Archeology, Pentoteuch, Cultism, Church History, Book of Acts, Bible In troduction, Old Testament History, Sociology l l wif Fix' fiery DOLORES RAINEY Elementary Spanish, Advanced Composition GERALD CROOKS ' Church Business , 1:93 he I ' P - FRANCES Huasr ' Q ' Educational Work of The Church I li inf Raw' P -ef uuyy,,,, WILBUR CORNMAN Je, Z il gs--2'1ff'3'-1, ff r f - Y f Q: 31 - , , , - , ggi i Q . i Z , in Z X , ii 1 ' . Hag- - ve, l- ' 'E - e 1 qi. ' 'Le 'ijuzgeil i ,A ,wi I r Y f ' K vi B laix 30 X J I W? wi., A - ORVME OLSCF i s ., E, P e E Z : l l e Personal Evangelism, Full Gospel Doctrine A i Ng MARIAN SMITH Orientation and Bibliology EDNA SHOLES Audio-Visual Education Bible, Doctrine N , A Sponsor: REV. 81 MRS. IVAN ROGERS 28th Sfreef Open Bible Church Des Moines, Iowa .gi -4 , rl rl 1.l 4 f ,psi A V - 1 Tum, s LULUBELLE ISBILL Gospels, Orientation and Bibliology, History of Missions, Missionary Evan- l i i i 1 ,,.- abu- fw O. RALPH lSBll.l. Anthropology, Mission Field Survey, gelism Methods, Comparative -I fir' E 'V' v':'D- Nb' 'if l 'H ti -luliii Fi i lg r ilu l . or 'i'e1,'.-,fi i ii3i.iiiiliiltliWi,f,-, J' i tif i of-r... '5's.... ,Q '9- Runnells, Iowa N51-1? QE? K 'el I Emanczpatoua ' ob I 957 DONALD KRANTZ President Psa. 37:4 Delight thyself in The Lord... He will give you the desires of Thy heart' Ilvlinisteriall DORIS PETRAK Secretary Psa. I8:2 The Lord is my rock, my for- tress, and my deIiverer. IMissionsI i c e 0. Qc-.SQ ILENE PHILLIPS Vice-President Matt. II:28 Come unfo me all ye that labor. . .I will give you rest. lChristian Educafionl WILLIAM CHILCOTE Treasurer Psa. 3:6 I will not be afraid of ten Thou- sands of people. IMinisferiaIl X, 'TWA' .4 5-i I f. SCSI' L, K ' .' I , I GUY GILLUM N.S. Treasurer Psa. II8:6 The Lord is on my side, I will not fear. ' LORENE GILLUM N.S. Secretary Psa. I2I:I I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. DELBERT PEARCE Isa. 43:2 When thou passeth through the waters, I will be with thee. IMissionsI HENRIETTA PEARCE N.S. Psa. 'II6:2 I will call upon him as long as I Iive. DERALD RIDGWAY N,S. Rom. 6:23 For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. DORIS BLANCHARD N.S. I Thess. 5:24 Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it. ROBERT DUNHAM John I4:27 Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be , afraid. IMissionsI PRISCILLA CLINE I John 5:II God hath given to us eternal life. IChristian EcI.I Sponsor: COTTAGE GROVE HARDWARE I909 Cottage Grove I , 1--' VICTOR ELIASON Rom. 8:28 All things work to- gether tor good to them that love God .... lMinisteriaIl SHARON PFADENHAUER Psa. 2:8 Ask of me and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance. lMissionsl JAMES LITTLE Heb. I3:6 The Lord is my helper and I will not fear IMinisteriaI 537' WILMA TARVIN N.S. bf Phil. 1:21 For to me to live is I Christ, and to die is gain VERNIS CLEVENGER Psa. lI8:24 This is the day which the Lord hath made. lMissionsl ELINOR CHILCOTE N.S. Phil. 4:13 I can do all things through Christ which strengthen- eth me KEITH MATTHEWS Phil. 4:I9 My God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory. lMissionsI JAMES ZIKA Matt. 2I:22 And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall re- ceive. lPost Graduatel Sponsor: R FOOD STORE T907 Cottage Grove N ffx,-E Q Claaa off I 95 8 V737 ,-,v 'Nr lb wan, if th Anaetson Y Affrrena enne . nk A Wee! ' Geyer xs,,,vw,,,Wm wwwowmx NW NW H,,W,,,,W....H W.. Wr,,,,M,WMWW,M,,,W 1, me rwyygmwrrrfwaxiQWWWMW WWr yrrrMQWUWwwW r wrrcvfwmM W M MMW.grW2rrrrrMy3MJMWWWWr.W?nuW7q rvm.W.WqWrwrrJm1nMfML? W C wuw..,,.,r 11, 'N yum, oNm.,..oNm.,,w'f'Mnm.omn www, M. Q Q N mm W, X V1 , , WWwN?qM,3.,'WNN'nugW1WL?M?rmN W W AMegWA?Ar?WumMg7WJMWMWMymW,WWf' w C ' W '.:..' 'W '... H. MN 'Wu..gM' 'Q'WM.f ' 'W ' H. m fw ..w:. Hw m.o......... W W' W N ... , M !'J'!Nh6jW1N1 ,N ' ww,o'wyMME Msuyqxr Wow. Mow... ,!'N',N.o'myM Qio'fowI,MW'E'f wwmXM WWWN,NWMNMMmnM W 'M''......... 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XQAE m U V7 y Slneahmen V : :ji rf? E? ' K ,rw-Barr .1 Qi r r we-' , r , S , -' Jack Hoofen Treasurer I , X 1 xr,- I Arnold Gran! President J . V W r. , - mv- Q., . , TL 1 Joyce 'Gates W M ,-- Vice-President I Marilyn Simmons Secretory Gneahmen 18 Oflficena Maurice Horn Dean Benton Arline Horn Lowell Simmons Richard Thompson Mary Jones Linda Cross Gene Lewis Glenda Thompson Waller Zarr Beverly Block Gerald Naber 119 Sandra Lee Donna Dielerich Dorothy Morse Thomas McManus Kennelh Rooks Murene Smith '12 Shirley Rholen Harold Wichharl' Wayne Mansfield Arlene Gran! Frances VanVeen Thomas Neil Dean Gruwell Barbara Bechtel John Gowing Sandra Reasy Dwayne Ferguson Norman Hillerls Roberl Cochran Curtis Heide Evelyn Van Kalkeren Leahrose Raushenberger Beverly Vaughn Gordon Barbara FlSl'l6t' Umlqnd Melvyn Kelderman Margaret Thompson Vernon Wood L. B. McKinney Janet Wright Barbara Cogley V I, Victor Otto Marilyn Otto Olga Ori Vera Martin I --L ei-.,. Arnold Grant . Sally Schaefer Beverly Grossman Kenneth Anderson Marietta Reeves Vernis Clevenger Priscilla Cline Joyce Gates VlCe'Pres' Delbert Pearce P Murray Sopher Ilene Phillips Donald Krantz Doris Petrak William Chilcote Thomas Cline President President, FMF LAMS CLOTHES SHOP Real Savings 514 Locus? Phone CH 4-9629 Des Moines, Iowa, 22 .lack Hoofen Marilyn Simmons QA v X Q X Hctivitiea wwf, 534 ,N , ur 1' ' v if J Mega .. I Q2 ' hifi' if , ,-,W,, V , 11,593 W V- :.,.,.,.: , :ai Q ' N :fy-,H H g , , , ms mn H' 3 Hai Q: ,ff my E- E Q sw 'Mia ' gf: , 5 W , . W ' E ., x M EW' mf W i f N zzzjgzz im.. i .sm l . 1 ' -' .A ' ' xmas-- ' B 5 ,MQQYQ . uEs?i5SiY ' , sg? 5 S if Y Y 3 -mi is , ww ,Q r iw 1:1 4 .wig ' M .f mn E wma , N 'T:.?LE' Hx ' Fi , f iw fm ' H I i V- I 111 N WH ,Q I E 8' 'X L, ,, w ffUJk'f .1 mu, ' if 2 53525, SS? 2522! R- f was fa H S K H B- .mszif , Lqllonne A Aachen, Dmectou Q ,,, A My ,M-fm -- -A' WW.. W- E K, M -3 S'-Yr' A Ex mu, AMQQE . M ,,Esea.v,, u H -'M W H Chapel Pianists Victor Eliason Sandra Reasy Sally Schaefer Sharon Pfadenhauer Arlene Grant Barbara Umland Doris Petrak Mixed Sexfet Dixie Sfanfon Curfis Heicle Doris Pelrak Harold Wichharf Beverly Block Melvyn Kelderman Mixed Choir 25 .1 l,I l Iwi: ll The Harvesters Leahrose Raushenberger Beverly Vaughn Q Dorothy Morse n 7 A I Charles Bechtel U If . Q-.E 5, . va- . 'l - K 26 Sax Trio Darrel Anderson Marietta Reeves Joyce Selix Trumpet Trio Kenneth Anderson Richard Thompson Gordon Fisher 'SX 32, N Donald Kranfz e Soloist 1111.1 Dean Gruwell and Arnold Grant Duet Leahrose Raushenberger Soloist Sponsor: Vi's Cafe 1902 Cottage Grove 27 Des Moines, Iowa The King's Heralds The Joyfulaires The Sponsor: Stuart Church of Th e Open Bible Rev. and Mrs. William Brown, Pastors Trebleaires The Psalmsters 28 l -- lun. l l -.-V Trumpef Trio Plays Richard Thompson receives The Missionary Scholarship from Presidenr Archer. ' Sponsor: M Open Bible Church , Hopedale, Illinois l Rev. and Mrs. Richard Howard Pastors Special- Speaker-Rev. Charles Hollis, Pastor of Moline Gospel Temple, Moline, ' . Illinois. W if Presideni Archer 0nward Promotion leads a song. 'Jail Conbeuence and School Opening J NGX .V memo LO -T4 1 Sponsor: Church of The Open Bible Forest CiTy, Iowa Rev. Ruth Siokes NQX ,f- jg ,. ' ww PE A X -11 A A .ef ' O' ff A ' .riff , wi r!!-J 1 A H ,- ll!! jf - if l .. 2 4 3 - . Lf '- ' nl-3 T S -x 11- 4 3351 n ga? ' ff - A - -4, ,I -elmo - A - 7 ' L ' 1xCN4g? WHAT A WAY TO CARRY BOOKS V ' T YCUR f, A 2 3 A r GO f Q , ,- in u THE GREENIES 699693 'Jueahmen Week 1 cwikxwh I TWO CUTE LADIES STRIKE UP THE BAND ffm, W N ASXO e OCC , DRESSED F EE Sponsor: The Overcomers ST. Joseph, Missouri illliliuuv Registration Spanish Class performs -Home Sponsor: Bradley Open Bible Church 947 Wesi Broadway, Bradley, Illinois Pastors: Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Chase A i,!' ir? hi- TK Ggrlfs Chorus sings Welcome home To Missionaries Grant Moore and family 32 l V...-i-i E in - Sli ' , W me ii , - - f-I Z 1 as 1 ' till - i gi ll Evening Speaker-Rev. Donald Lyons Let the lower lights be burning . . . coming The Psalmsters sing at the Homecoming luncheon ,sf Fellowship at Fellowship hall Sponsor: Church ofthe Open Bible Winfield, Iowa Pastors: Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Ehart l is-'mm 4?-nnnr-v-'V-r.v Y , L. V. . - -- .1 .1 1 1 - 1- ,-11:1 f-my 11: -V .D i ,wif A ,up , ,L PLENTY FOR EVERYONE : W cmmmaa Pantq L EE ii 'Jon L' 'blncleupuiuiledqed Childnen E sToRv rrEu.ER l BIG DOLL Sponsor: Open Bible Church 9 218 N. Ma1nS1'. ' l Forf Atkinson, Wisconsin , - Pastor: Hdrolcl W. Powell 34 - Nelson Hinman Lucille Jenkins Frank W. Smith 2 G 2 fl Q, G Sponsor: Grimes Gospel Center Grimes, Iowa Herb Bradshaw T. H. Staton 35 1 ae,-:aan Q11 nv' 1 . ga! 3 -'Q-Q Q 5 f.. ..- n .n staff- -5 4 .. ,' 'r . -. zvixgartl-gl' . 'Isl' ,,, .S S . . . Q 'I 1. '. ' .' 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H ...S ,l 0 ' , 'Ins .. , . zu. S 5' 5 ,F ...aa . L . C - 1 C -. . , I , 0 Front Row, Left to Right: Roy Dwyer, Coach, Harold Hammer's Carpet and Linoleum Wichhart, Curtis Heide, Kenneth Anderson. Back Row, 2212 Ingersoll Left to Right: Dean Benton, Jerry Dunham, Keith Math- Des Moines, Iowa ews. 36 V s ' 'xf Cx V 'C ik f 1 lu - f I - I' go 4 sziuigxhlbx V e 'Q 'I 'iv .J ie Q' v A 4 51 YOUNKERS SaTisfac'rion Always Des Moines 71h and Walnuf 1 w HW-1 'IT vii j,44l'.l F ,' ,Ar ii i ,,gy,f'f',. fl 1 L l l Snack Room in Basement of O.B.C. President Archer presents School Letter to Murray Sopher Students bid farewell to Lucille Jenkins as she starts back to Liberia, Africa ii ., Sponsor: Full Gospel Tabernacle Patterson, Missouri Rhea B. Clark Class of Conquerors Dean Bechtel and wife with newly adopted daughter Kin President Archer's armsl Sponsor: Boecker Drug Store Reliable Prescription Service 1901 Cottage Grove Ph. CH 3-5259 Corner Stone-OBC Another good man under the spell of love Victor Eliason creates sound effects for special program 39 lt has been a wonderful privilege and pleasure for the students of Open Bible College to both send off and welcome home our Missionaries to Foreign Lands-These pictures show President Archer and a number of O.B.C. students as they welcome home the Grant Moore Family who have just finished four years on the Mission Field in French West Africa. Sponsor: The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company Daniel P. McMullen, General Agent 626 Des Moines Building Des Moines, lowa 40 3 17,-,W e.L,e.e?,T,.e ,i..,.... 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I k ' ' S H 1:11. , jgxy-,Nl pema Pea er llllll? e W 'K www V-gif' gem A, gggegnl 3 , B fffC.,35 i:53S22iEun fb 24ssi43siiQg?fgg,,, ifiesslfgw, , -esfvessgapg me wgeeeewe '52 . ., ' The Deeper Life'Conference was held at Open Bible Cbllege Felgeguelgy 5, 6, 7, 1957. No classes were held and God moved every day ,fhiiall The sfudenlsl' hearts. ' 41 lai?aQg2gg5s4f2s,f. . -..- ,g M ' lil? Ezffffffifirfszfffd is ggggizfwgae., .21 msss3sQsff-g-- ' ' yelfzmxje i :el Q I 957 Onwaucl Staff Left to Right, Front Row: William Chilcote, Sales mgr.g Jack Hooten, Adv. Mgr., Marietta Reeves, Assist. Ed- itor, Weldon Davis, Editor. Second Row: Dorothy Morse, Frances VanVeen, Sally Schaefer, Barbara Umland, Helen Etheridge, Joyce Gates, Rosetta Davis. Third Row: Darrel Anderson, Curtis Heide, Kenneth Ander- son, Keith Matthews. The 1957 Onward Staff had presented a pictorial record of this school year, stressing originality and informality in copy. Thanks for everyone's co-operation, and we hope you will enioy the book throughout the coming years. The Staff 42 Pueach 'Jhel Wand! F' Lee Roy Cunningham Weldon Davis Donald Krantz Evangelist Assistant Pastor Assistant Pastor Calvary Ogaen Bible Sunshine Open Bible Church Tabernacle .lack Hooten Evangelist and Euanqeliata df 0. B.C. Sponsors: Rev. and Mrs. Dougherty Church of the Open Bible Sioux City, Iowa 43 Student Paato ll ll Guy Gillium Swan Community Church I YM. BLE 6355-oe s W S e Q E 'T' Q2.-'M vw S '770ines.X voi. 1 February ili, 1957 I I e 1: I n eomonm REVIVAL AT PRAYERrRO'0lVi JA DDE D V The conversion of a sinner is certainly one of the reatest miracles man can know. The ,changing of a black in ridden heart into one that is whiter than snow amazes our normal thinking. But the students of Open Bible Col- lege have witnessed the conversion of a dark, dirty, dis- tasteful room in the basement of the school into a bfi ht, Loeautiful, 'blessed prayer room. X At the Monday evening Jubilee Service the room was -edicated to the Lord for rayer only. Rev. C. Russell Archer's timely remarks in- TAKE X cluded admonitions to keep 9 he prayer room, for prayer, ,o conversation alowed3 not to be used for class rooms or eetings of any kind.. It is beautiful room conducive to nf ' X hrayer. ' 0 PRAY Also announced was a prayer chain schedule whereby the prayer room' will be used by the students daily. All stu- dents are urged to sigg-for-their-timewimmediatelyg--. -4 HONOR ROLL C. E. Bechtel, Dean of Education, announced the 'Open Bible College 1956, Fall Semester, Honor Roll on Uednesday of tnis week. Congratulations go to the following list of hotn day and night school students: ' Name Class Grade Point Davis, Weldon Jr. 1.0 4 Grant, Arlene Fr. h.0 Pfadenhauer, Sharon Sr. li-O Thompson, Richard Fr. 3.8911 Hooten, Jack , Fr. 3.30- Reeves, Marietta Jr. 3.789 Gillum, Guy Srf 3.70 Gillum, Lorene Sr. 3.70 Petrak, Doris Sr. 3i687 Phillips, Ilene Sr. 3.687 Davis, Rosetta Jr. 3.562 Kelderman, Melvyn Fr. 3.562 Lewis, Gene. Fr. 3.562 Selix, Joyce Jr. 3.50 Hunnell, Linda Jr. 3.50 Gruwell, Dean Fr. 3-312 Umland, Barbara Fr. 3.312 Gates, Joyce Fr. 3.250 I-ICI-ianus, Thomas Fr. 3.250 Ferguson, Dwayne Fr. 3.20 Schaefer, Sally Jr. 3.187 Ridgway, Derald Sr. 3-125 Cogley, Earnest Jr. 3-10 Anderson, Darrel Jr. '3.0 Blanchard, Doris Sr. 3.0 Etheridge, Helen Jr. 3.0 Fisher, Gordon Fr. 3.0 Vaughn, Beverly FEL 3.0 Hooks, Kenneth T- 3-0 C THREE DAYS OF PRAYER ...'..hRINGS RESULTS Hwhat meaneth this?U, could well be the question not only on the Day of Pentecost, but also of the Open.Bible College -during the past few days. The HDeeper Life Conferencen was held wednesday, Thursday and Friday, February 6, 7,' and 8, in the school chapel with most of the time devoted to prefer and seeking God. The result was an outpouring of the Holy Spirit in a marvelous way. A Under the direction of Une Rev. and Mrs. Ernie Rogers the conference was scheduled to close with Friday night's ,service, but because of the leading of the Lord a Jubilee Rally was called for Monday night also. Young people and ,pastors of the city gathered with the students for this service. During the services eight' students of the school were filled with the Spirit. An alunmus also visited the meet- ing and was filled. One young person from a. 'church in Des Moines received her baptism in the Holy Spirit on the last 'night. The services were all good andto say one is better thanl another is difficult to do. ! -However special mention should be made of the Friday morning service. The leading of the. Spirit was certainly outstand- ing as He melted every heart' in a time of soul cleansing. Tears flowed freely as each person searched his heart be- fore God. Uwhat Meaneth This?H It means that God's promises are true. It means that the sal- vation of souls is still the supreme goal of the church. It means that there is an ex- perience that God would have his people enjoy to enable them to reach sinners for the glory of God. May the world ask the qies- tion Hwhat meaneth this?U And may our life answer, NThis is .God working in our hearts- Q uw TQ Z ef jxc, : EE S - Y mes? Q sw? THE BULLETIN is a weekly publicaTion of Open Bible College. The subscripTion lisT is over 300 once a week over 650 once a monTh. The freshmen conf3 posiTionT class duces The paper and is required weekly arTiic5les Tor class ii W ecTs and grades. From' These arTicles, The ediTor, Louis Profli chooses Those To be published. The class noT only wriTes arTi- cles buT also Types sTencils, handles! The mailing, and has a class in proof reading. THE BULLETIN goal is To give The news while iT is news. IT is noT only a sTudenT paper Y. is A six.. T :sw Z sg 5 ,,' Pgsi T gm? in .gels H F xx xi as if kg 5 'Q le T used To aTTracT new sTudenTs and To keep The churches s T . - I 3 ' :sw m 2 xxx on school acTiviTies. sss E l l l i . i i I l l I . l ' M22 we T aw exif M E EEL 3 iii Wi, W. , W 1 ir 254 , T 33 em? ' , A kgs? 1s M ,E 11 TQ v ,za-as , A , ,, ........ A X ,ff ,, W 4 . . .,. :: ga '.V: A iiamk -ff '-1-.. , -.4 ik. S- rw J +- ,fx mwwwffiffifrs-'K 'f H T ' , 1 v- 1 Y .4 1, , . 4 115 'ui 'ful' . 1,. 1 1 L.. R111 - 1 1 1 161 'ill :? 1 1 ' U11 1 1 1,1 'l'11 1 1-1 .11 11 ?,1 in 1 1 ij 1 11: ' 1' . 11 lj 1 IV, ' ,1 11 1 . 1. ' , li i 111 1 1. 1 11 U, 1 111.1 1 3:1 ,.1 .., 11 1, Al '11 .. L . ,. ....- -.-.: .1.1.1. 1 . 1.14.91 - .11 get is at . ' M 1 ne- ., 5... W1 - wi H ..,. .... 152154111 , . ,,. . ., Y ' l .1 . 1 ' 1 1 .1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 y 1 1 ' . N 1 The Carrie Hardie Library is regarded as one ofthe finest Biblical libraries in the State of Iowa. There are about 5000 fine books and the latest publications are added regularly. Rev. and Mrs. Louis Prock are the librarians.'There is a large section of refer- ence books and current magazines of all faiths are available. Mrs. Carrie Hardie donated the first 2500 books and the library is so named in honor of her love for our school. 115221. - 515. 11 N: Lap ffs111w teresa... 11111 :eg .ss 1 11mg 1 ..1is:szasf-- E B e E52 11111 ' 1, gf, , 1 E . so ...... ... , B ...Q Q 1 if- 1' .... , m. 1 iii ' . ss M111 . ,Eat . .1 is , .ig 1 152252 . - ww. s 1 V. ,, 7, ,, , ,, 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1- 1. 1 1 n E ,Ki V fgi ' 'N' ' 'M i53EE3Sif 53:15 . 1 1 1- 0 0 o Cwlw HGG419!.4'f?'a'l'4n asv H. - - Bs-Q11 . , - 3, .,ii ., M L 1 , N , gml f 1 t 4' Kings' Heralds sing Z 1 H., ' I 'Amen Aw A iiitifwhiii r. it in F it pp - eww itvpiw, A-v , 'X ii f it M I A . GA i C - rtimt - it it f Ottumwa Pnaqeu Conbefu-ance 1957 Tuesday, March 5. The College presented the evening program. President Archer brought the message, Christians at Kaclesh-Barnea. O.B.C. Chorus sings Work for the Night Is Coming 7' h O.B.C. Chorus sings A hi In His Care Q X E O OOO : OOO g ' r k , 4 gage? P, Q . ' Y nl ff' Q A H 1 M if: -, ' QL W W-. QQ A, ' ' ,H I M A X1 P 7 E541 A ' ,VJ gmffff V QNX X A 'k Qi, O K ' . ff'F' ' 4 f ef. Q YH, 191 .f,!f?f f + g A V5 I' -A 'i Q--Mil!-1-ii. f ... A 1 1 u N ff! X.: if . M - , ,L ,.! X A in - :il H, : , W UZ: ::: gg. We ' A O A M M A 'A - .-11 -N . . A . A 4 A . ...-- ' '., A :.: E'E :-: if E514 1 Q Q: it ' f ' ' M - P 1134 life? 'A VU , ' ' 1 if 1' f ' . . '- , '19, 11 ' L- 5 F I U2 1 , I Ik ' ' A ' g , fggg'2:i'1 A ' -Qi, 1 I x gflxlj h WHL. AV A'V, ' A , Qi? u' A ' A 'jf l L M1 - f ff' O 'W O ' . A a M ww I , X X 1 X Y- J L NEW HAVEN REST HOME GROUP 1 BOOTH MEMORIAL HOSPITAL GROUP Library Annex School' ChapelfChorus Practice Sponsors: Rev. and Mrs. Neal Gail Cedar Rapids, Iowa World Vision Room Scenea e . 'vl', r 'Hut President Archer's Office flee!-V-,Q 51 ,gre-TV Chapel Session a, U-.fn ri.. , , . 'vjaijri f,-Q i, K, Missionary Service ,. A i . -i V' . , iw- i . ju, Sponsors: Sv' Rev. and Mrs. Don Barton Ni Parsons, Kansas Office Scene Sister Archer and Vivian Nabor Bea Wl Jnduatuial, 'iinancial nea, Jawa nd Commeucial Center: o. Ralph isbn: Lulubelle Isbill F.M.F. OFFICERS Delbert Pearce .................................... President Sharon Pfadenhauer ....... ........ V ice Presidenr Ilene Phillips ............... .............. S ecrerary Gene Lewis ..... ....... T reasurer 'Joueiqn Wliaa 31 11. HW? l-.' , ., ci ,T M ---Q',lg.!.w n .ilffflx lil' if' 'l7'3'3T?3r'-Y -' -'.'- 5. 'Q if' ' it S. N g ' .Kihei ' I ' , 1? .Si Q-'rg 4 t -, f ' '14 Ui-.Lf 'A N 1 , '.-Jie- P- X ,. 'T-lv-.Q ' ' E , ' gp . ' A:-.t :wwf - ' 1 -. v: , ' :f,,f? 'uzffc f -. 'L i xi . H ' ' ll :7,i-Tas- 1 . Y 31- ., .TL 'V ., fifzwj V K A, i :li if Q ,. , ,hi , my J, '- , - .. ., -N ' 'fesitn i fwi ' ' ' . f ' f-'vzflfu' H 5 351.11 1 V A.. Hv 1 - ,i' I - ,V 5,45 ,s ,Q ,idle 4. Y., ,Q F L I - if 'I' Si! 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CROOKS Secretary-Treasurer B E S T W I S H E S T h as you plan your fufure E M A N c I P A T o R s 51 i -lf .V L of 'A T L 195 7 O. jgfgm Gpen Bible Missionary Secretary The SpiriT of The Lord God is upon meg because The Lord haTh anoinTed me To preach good Tid- ings unTo The meek, he haTh senT me To bind up The brokenhearTed, To proclaim IiberTy To The capTives, and The opening of The prison To Them Thai' are bound. -Isa. 61:1 Stcmdaud Chunchea 85l Ylineteenth Stlzeet, 60 Dee Wloinea, Jawa f -susan-n.:.-no .....--.r.2,,,,,.,,-1a,,,, i 2 F E utrulislinnou 1118 In-.lzwnnl lalt lzliqinis 'fl 'I ' ildlkllli' Conquatulationa Emancipatoua 06 5 1 , l 1 is 1 . , X I . 0, E: 0'WMiHik'WNXX Centnal Diviaion Gpen Bible Standand Chunchea 1957 6 'I -iuisuyux Quan: :mann-.-:ummm-Q i ! I Q I 1' J -, 4 E I Conqfzatulationa Claaa ob I 957 Emanc i p atoua ' r 'Jimi Chwzch ob the Open Bible NIN NTH and CROCKER STREET DES MOINES, IOWA FkWSh M R IdRSh Conqfzatulationa Emancipatona CHURCH BOARD R. G. Elder A. C. Rees T. B. Miller H. R. Norris ASSISTANT PASTOR Donold Kremiz SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPT. A. C. Rees YOUTH DIRECTOR H. R. Norris MISSIONARY PRESIDENT Mrs. O. T. Gofes We Hue REV. AND MRS. H. E. CROUCH Sunahine Open Bible 'Jabeunacle 2130 Easton Blvd. Des Moines, lowo II c 0nqnatul'ati0,,4 CLASS OF 1957 Ottumwa 'Jimi Chunch O5 'Jhe Open Bible Amor QOOWK. L J, Gro 'fe Q 5:5 ga Video amp 3 we 5 L. C. Card 'Tr . L I H3 ,- Q E ue. D Mrs. L. C. Card U' Rebecca Card 14 Live Chuuch with 14 Liuinq Wleaaaqe Conquatulationa Cro 'Jae Emancipatona 14ncl Me Shall Know 'Jhe Uuuth, flncl 'Jhe 'Jnuth Shall Wlake Uou 'Elnee John 8:32 Sliuat Chwzch O15 The Gpen Bible GI b glll R dM GLV Hll P THE FIELDS ARE WHITE UNTO HARVEST. .. ' Conqnatulationa Emancipatoua ob 57 HE THAT WINNETH SOULS IS WISE . . . R and Mrs. Verl Sterns, Sr. and larry '3t. Dea moinea Chuuch ob '.The Open Bible 1116 Army Post Road . Des Moines, Iowa Conqnatulationa Emancipatona ob 57 I Chuneh ob 'Jhe Open Bible, 700 West Chestnut Street Freeport, Illinois Rev. and Mrs. IF. A. Headley, Pastors 66 qc 'aww' ----- with' E - endurance M - meekness A N ambition - nobleness C - confidence I - intercession P - patience A - adoration T - truth Q - obedience R - readiness ' S ' sincerity - - - to the 'fields of sewage -Hia Bleaainqa Be upon Uou l CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Boone, Iowa Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Anderson, Pastors Conquatulationa Claim ob I 957 If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed. Pastors: Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Kretzinger Assistant Pastors: Weldon and Rosetta Davis Caluauq Chunch ob 'Jhe Open Bible 1000 Pennsylvania Avenue Des Moines, Iowa Conqnatulationa Emancipatona of '57 Rev. and Mrs. Donald M. Lyon Pastors ' FIRST CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE OF LOVE'S PARK 8202 North Second Street Rockford, Illinois Conquatulationa Emancipatonau 'IH-IE YIEEDS WORLD CHRJSU PRSAC-H 'JI-I8 WORD Rev. and Mrs. Charles King Pastors The Church of the Open Bible Mason City, Iowa 68 Conquatulationa Emancipatona Claim of I 957 Sd Io DI cl Lcl Bent Tlewton Phone CH 4-6835 116 E. Thornton Des Moines, Iowa CONGRATULATIONS fi .IUIRMLIBLDHD . gllllxi l is l Figs wi Emanczpatoua - L us.,,,,Lk--I at I957 First Open Bible Church 1517 Joslyn Pontiac, Michigan Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Staton Pastors Heaflfiedf coNGRATuLATloNs Emancipatona Claaa of 57 LOOKING FOR THAT BLESSED HOPE Titus 2:13 Rev. and Mrs. Earl Mosier Pastors FIRST OPEN BIBLE CHURCH 306 5th Avenue Sterling, Illinois PRINTERS OF 'rl-ns lVfE5'5'ff6-E 1812 CROCKER STREET -DES MOINES 14-'IOWA PHONE: CHERRY BOOK STORE 3'4T5 4 The loesf in religious printing- church bulletins-leHerheads- pamphlets-brochures-etc. Books--Bibles-Sacred Records A complete line of Sunday School and Church Supplies God Bleaa bleu, Emancipatouai' Clifford and Dolores Rainey Conqnatulationa 'Jo 'Jhe Emancipatoua Emily W. Thompson Insurance Counselor Suite 214 K.P. Building Des Moines, Iowa Quality you can taste Phone: AM 6-3172 I' n A Jnnupslasnn EIIIIIKEUN nnmv cn. on-I Co., wif 2229 AVENUE FREDERICK M. HUBBELL - DES MOINES 17, IOWA CONGRATULATIONS EMANCIPATORS of 1957 Conqnatulationa Smancipatoua ob l957 FINALLY, MY BRETHREN, BE STRONG IN THE LORD, AND IN THE POWER OF HIS MlGHT. Ephesians 6:10 Bethanq Open Bible Chunch 718 Allen Street Des Moines, Iowa Rev. and Mrs. Orville Olson, Pastors II ll Conqnatulationa El'l1CUI.Clf2af0'fl5. Claaa ob I957 Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Pastors Wallentine Chunch O5 'Jhe Gpen Bible Iowa Falls, Iowa Conquatulationa Emancipatona Claaa ob '57 May God give you many souls as you go Forth to labor for Him 'Highland 'Palzle Chunch O5 The Open Bible 3100 2ncI Ave., Des M oines, Iowa cl Mrs. L. A. Colleit I'S Conqfiatulationa 0. B. C. I rf Can sir I I Do I Pueach , I I I 1 All 'Jhin 4 W 'Jhe I 'Jhnu Wand Chniat 'Joan miie Open Bible Chuuch 3700 E. Sheridan, Des Moines, Iowa Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Cave, Pastors Conqnatulationa , Emancipatoua May God's best be yours as you Iabor for him. - OPEN BIBLE TEMPLE 68th and Dougles Des Moines, Iowa Rev. and Mrs. Cye Coller, Pastors Congratulations Emcmcipafors Clqde'a Launclen- Rite Wilma and Clyde Samo Another successful graduate uae Mellow Calm fllao Gpenatinq . l Reel'a Ambulance Selwice Henty Rent-14-Can Sqatem Phone CHerry 3-1111 Conquatulationa 3 Emancipatona That good th ng which was com mitted unto thee keep by the Holy R V, Jgl-m Grgen Gl10S1 clwelleth in US. Mfg, John G ll Tim. 1:14 'Jimi Chunch O5 'The Open Bible 12th and Locust Streets Burlington, Iowa Conqnatulationa 'fmafncipatona O15 l957 Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might. Eph. 6:10 Went Bea Wloinea Chwlch 015 'Jhe Open Bible 315 6th Street West Des Moines, Iowa Rev. and Mrs. David Frank, Pastors We Invite You . . . VISIT OUR HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIO Hear a Hammond before you buy Stoner: Piano Companq 919-21 Walnut Street - Phone CH 4-6238 Henry C. Olson, President ooo BLESS You. . . Emancipafofla Caluauq Gpen Bible Chuuch 1618 Avenue B Council Bluffs, Iowa Rev. and Mrs. Curtis E. Heide, Pastors The Singing Church--where you are only a stranger once. Congratulations Emancipators '3inat 'ledenal State Bank 24th and University Free Parking Deposits Insured up to S I 0,000.00 3M Interest on Savings Accounts 14nduew'a Studio 322 Walnut sneer Phone 4-4956 Des Moines, Iowa School Photos Weddings Baby Studies Graduations Don Krqntz IIel'1e Phillips Conqnatulationa! DIAMONDS ELGIN WATCHES WATCHES AND JEWELRY HALL'S JEWELRY See the Hamilton Electric Wrist Watch Eddy Hall R pairi g I 425 Euclid Ave. Claaa O15 I957 PRAYING HE WILL TRUST YOU WITH THE TRUE RICHES OMPAI QV' Wa 47 v 4 Z Q 60 2 5 y E ASS .. 1 ii-IFE PAUL H. LABERTEW I 7 2304 U rsity Ave. h I D M owa 'I ' Ph B, 51,97 Emanczpatona I OPEN BIBLE COLLEGE f X In the heart the 850 18th St., Des Moines, Iowa There are fifty missionaries under the appoint- 5. ment of the Open Bible Standard Board of mis- sions sewing the Lord on seven different fields. Of this number, 33 of them prepared for this world-wide ministry at Open Bible College. Ninety-six of the leading and active pastors of Open Bible Standard churches took their pastoral training at the school of Successful Graduates -Open Bible College. Throughout the nation many leading Christian business meri are better testimonies for Christ in their business life because they learned the practical use of God's Word -in the halls of Open Bible College. The general board of directors of Open Bible Standard Churches is composed of thirty-three members-of this number fifteen were trained in administrative work in The class rooms of O.B.C. Open Bible College 'Jada There are five geographical divisions throughout the nation which compose the National Associa- tion of Open Bible Standard Incorporated. Each division is presided over by a divisional superin- tendent elected, by the ministers. All five super- intendents are graduates of O.B.C. A vital part of foreign missionary service is edu- cation. Five mission Bible Schools train natives to preach to their own people in five nations of the world, four of these schools have been founded by O.B.C. Alumni. The clean of the other Mission Bible School is a graduate of 1954. Four Bible Schools and one college serve the constituents of Open Bible Standard Churches- one president, two deans, and many faculty members in these schools were graduated from O.B.C. jjj YEARBOOKS
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