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COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE 

Columbia, S. C. 

Sponsored by the Junior Class of 

1939 



(Dedication 



It is the desire of the Class of 1940 to honor those who are 
going before them, to acknowledge the Christian standard they 
have maintained, and to commemorate the bond of love which 
exists between them. Accordingly this first issue of The Finial 
is dedicated to 



THE SENIORS 



Contents 



FACULTY 5 

SENIORS 1 1 

UNDERGRADUATES 21 

GRADUATE SCHOOI 25 

EXTRA CURRICULAR 29 




"Thy tow'rs are pointing upward 
Toward God and heaven and light' 



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The Auditorium 




The Men's Dormitory 



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Dr. Robert C. McQuilikin 



c Uhe (President's Greeting to His Graduates 



You have a real distinction in being the first graduating class to 
appear in The Finial. The significance of that name suggests the mes- 
sage I should like to leave with you. All of your teachers, in a measure, 
would enter into Paul's desire expressed in Colossians 1:28, "Whom we 
proclaim, admonishing every man and teaching every man in all wisdom, 
that we may present every man perfect in Christ." 

How glorious it is to know that Christ has a plan for each of your 
lives. He will perfect that which concerneth you. For the present, 
your great heritage is "Christ in you, the hope of glory" (Col. 1 : 27), the 
hope of being conformed to thfe image of Christ. My prayer for you is 
that your aim may ever be to lay hold of that for which Christ has laid 
hold of you. 

One other word. You were not linked with one another in the 
Bible College fellowship as a temporary thing. You will be strengthened, 
and you will strengthen others, if you continue to share in the life and 
labors of each other and in the united testimony of Columbia Bible Col- 
lege with its purpose "To Know Him and to Make Him Known." 

ROBERT C. McQUILIKIN, B.A., D.D., President; English Bible, Biblical 
Hermeneutics. 



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J. A. MORRIS KIM- 
BER, M.A., Regis- 
trar, Secretary of the Faculty, English. 

JOHN HEHL, Dean of Men, Christian Service, Personal Evangelism. 

MRS. WILLIAM L. WALKER, B.A., Dean of Women, Christian Service. 

H. WADDELL PRATT, M.A., D.D., Philosophy, Theology. 

B. ALLEN REED, M.A., S.T.B., Director of Night School, History, Re- 
ligious Education. 

WICK BROOM ALL, M.A., Th.M., Hebrew, Greek, Apologetics. 

G. ALLEN FLEECE, B.D., D.D., 
English Bible, Homiletics. 




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FRANK H. SELLS, 
B.A., Th.M., English 
Bible. MRS. J. A. 

MORRIS KIMBER, 
B.A., Bible College 
Hostess, Music. A. 
ELIZABETH CRID- 
LAND, B.A. in Bib. 
Ed., Education. 




JAMES D. BELOTE, 

B.A., T h. M ., Greek. 
MRS. B. A. REED, 
Education, English. 
FAITH S. WILLIAMS, 

M.A., Spanish. 



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The Bible College Staff 



FIRST ROW: Virginia S. Deal, Bessie B. Wright, Pamela C. Moore, Ada 

E. Brown, Kathryn C. Clyatt, Marjorie Pouder 

SECOND ROW: Virginia Lippincott, Mrs. Lila J. Puckette, Mrs. John 

Hehl, Mabel E. Briggs, Ethel M. White 

THIRD ROW: Frank B. Dinwiddie, Mrs. Matura Gaillard, Kathryn Dan- 

forth, Edith T. Owings, Elizabeth K. Bowman, Lawrence E. Kunath 



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c Uhe Finial 



High above the sidewalks of Hampton Street, crowning 
each of the twin towers of Columbia Bible College, are the bud- 
like finials which inspired the name of this volume. Being 
familiar and unique to the daily passerby as they stand out 
boldly with Heaven as a background, they symbolize the work 
and testimony 'of our Alma Mater which, like a finial, lifts the 
observing eye and holds it for more than a casual glance. 

The finial, as a "crowning adornment," was thought an 
appropriate symbol for such a volume as this is meant to be. 
Gathering under one cover the pictorial memoirs of the school 
year and preserving .them perhaps for decades beyond the 
hasty scrutiny of commencement days, it will, in the esteem of 
every Bible College alumnus, have earned its title, "The Finial." 






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GTHB SENIOR; 



They that run in a race . . . do it to receive a corruptible crown, 
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Graduates of Four- Year 
Course 

DANIEL CLYDE BARTGES 
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 

Class president I, IV; class secretary III; 
class representative I; CeBeCean staff II; 
Bible College chorus II. 

"I will go before thee, and make the rough places 
smooth; I will break in pieces the doors of brass, 
and cut in sunder the bars of iron." Isa. 45:2 



MARGARET GAILLARD 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Class vice-president IV; Philobiblonian sec- 
treas. II, president IV; Bible College chorus 
II, III, IV. 

"As thou goest step by step I will open up the 
way." Prov. 4:12 (literal) 



EULA JEAN BLACKWELL 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Class treasurer III; class secretary IV; stu. 
assoc. social committee II. 

"Thanks be unto God, who always leadeth us in 
triumph in Christ." II Cor. 2:14 



NICKLES A. COCHRAN 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Class vice-president II; class treasurer IV; 
stu. assoc. vice-president IV; project com- 
mittee IV; L. E. S. treasurer III; Philologian 
vice-president IV, parliamentarian II. 

"Delight thyself also in Jehovah; and he will give 
thej the desires of thine heart." Ps. 37:4 



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EPPIE ADAMS 
Dothan, Alabama 

Class secretary I; class vice-president III; 
F. M. F. secretary IV. 

"Faithful is he that calleth you, who will also 
do it." I Thess. 5:24 



SANNA MORRISON BARLOW 
Johnson City, Tennessee 

Class president II; stu. assoc. banquet com- 
mittee II; CeBeCean staff I, II; Philobib- 
lonian secretary II, president III. 

"The effect of righteousness, (is) quietness and 
confidence forever." Isa. 32:17 





LEWIS EDWIN BATES 
Amlin, Ohio 

Class president III; class representative 
IV; F. M. F. president IV; Philologian presi- 
dent II, critic IV; Bible College chorus I, 
IV. 

"But the path of the righteous is as the dawning 
light, that shineth more and more unto the 
perfect day." Prov. 4:18 



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FRANCIS GEORGE FLURER 
Upper Darby, Pennsylvania 

Class secretary II; L. E. S. treasurer IV. 
"For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.' 
Phil. 1:21 




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ELIZABETH CHRISTINE HOPE 
Elat, Cameroun, West Africa 

"Set your mind on the things that are above, not 
on the things that are upon the earth. For ye 
died, and your life is hid with Christ in God." 
Col. 3:2, 3 




S. VIRGINIA McCLELLAN 
McClellanville, South Carolina 

Philobiblonian secretary II, vice-president 
IV. 

"Ye did not choose me, but I chose you, and ap- 
pointed you, that ye should go and bear fruit 
and that your fruit should abide; that whatsoever 
ye shall ask of the Father in my name, he may 
give it you." John 15:16 




ELIZABETH MAJOR McMAHAN 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Class representative II; F. M. F. sec.-treas. 
Ill; Philobiblonian vice-president IV; Ce- 
BeCean staff III. 



"He is faithful who promised . . 
do it." Heb. 10:23; I Thess. 5:24 



who will also 




MARY ELIZABETH McMURRAY 
Clinton, North Carolina 

"Jehovah is my strength and song; and he is 
become my salvation." Isa. 12:2 



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CARL CONWAY MOMAN 
Morganfield, Kentucky 

"And we know that to them that love God all 
things work together for good, even to them that 
are called according to his purpose." Rom. 8:28 




WILLIAM THOMAS MULCAY 
Augusta, Georgia 

Stu. assoc. treasurer III, president IV, gift 

committee III. 

"Unto us ... he is precious." I Pet. 2:7 A.V. 



JANET BROWNLIE ROBERTSON 
Paoli, Pennsylvania 

Stu. assoc. nominating committee IV; Edi- 
tor CeBeCean IV; Philobiblonian vice-pres- 
ident II, president III; Bible College chorus 
III, IV. 

"Looking unto Jesus the author and perfecter of 
our faith." Heb. 12:2 



DOROTHY JANE SMITH 
Wheelersburg, Ohio 

Class treasurer I; stu. assoc. secretary III, 
gift committee IV; CeBeCean staff I; Phil- 
obiblonian vice-president II; Bible College 
chorus III. 

"But the people that know their God shall be 
strong, and do exploits." Dan. 11:32 






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ERNEST M. WEAVER 
Jamestown, New York 

"Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and will 
show thee great things, and difficult, which thou 
knowest not." Jer. 33:3 



ELIZABETH HUNTER WIGGS 
Wheaton, Illinois 

"For Jehovah will be thy confidence." Prov. 3:26 



COLENE WOODARD 
Smoaks, South Carolina 

CeBeCean staff II. 

"For he satisfieth the longing soul, and filleth 
the hungry soul with goodness." Ps. 107:9 



philip Mccracken lytle 

Haddonfield, New Jersey 

Philologian corresp.-sec. Ill, president IV, 
sgt-.at-arms III; Bible College chorus II. 

"Yea, making it my aim so to preach the gospel 
not where Christ was already named, that I 

might not build upon another man's foundation." 
Rom. 15:20 

(Graduated in January, 1939) 



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Farewell 



"The Lord shall be thy confidence." 

It is with confidence placed in our all-powerful Lord that this Class 
of '39 embarks from Columbia Bible College to "be strong and do ex- 
ploits." Four years of preparation here at school have opened our eyes 
to one essential: that we must now, if never before, lift anchor and as 
individuals move under His Power. 

As we leave our Alma Mater we recall many things for which we 
may give thanks. Chief among these is an experience of the purpose 
expressed in the school motto, "To Know Him and to Make Him Known." 
We have seen a vision of The Seven Hundred Million who have never 
rightly heard the Gospel. And how shall they hear unless we first hear 
the command to go and exercise the privilege of carrying it out? As 
we go, He goes before, and it is of His grace that we have our confidence 
in Him. 

To us as members of the Bible College family, "farewell" means 
at most only a temporary separation, and not that in spirit. We shall 
always be united in our prayers. We go forward knowing our great 
responsibility in remembering one another before the Throne of Grace. 
We are confident that we too shall be so remembered, and together we 
place our confidence in the Lord. 

The Class of '39 



SENIOR CLASS POEM 

Lord, make us soldiers — give us Fortitude. 

For us the fight allows no interlude. 

For us are weapons, armor, life, renewed. 

O Lord our Confidence now make us strong; 
O Lord our Confidence give us a song — 
A song the whole world hears 
Before the Sun appears. 

Lord make us soldiers — as the foe is met. 
For us thru flame and flood the march is set. 
For us the journey holds no stark regret. 

The Lord our Confidence will make us strong; 
The Lord our Confidence will give His song, 
Before the battle clears, 
Until the Sun appears. 

Lord make us soldiers — shunning not "the Hard." 
For us are wounds — we shall not win unscarred. 
For us no Death can leave our spirits marred. 

The Lord our Confidence doth make us strong; 
The Lord our Confidence doth give the song, 
Unmuffled by our fears 
Until the Sun appears. 

Lord make us soldiers — as the crisis grows 
For us the Captain's final signal blows. 
For us is Dawn — the Eastern heaven glows! 

The Lord our Confidence has made us strong; 
The Lord our Confidence fulfilled the song, 
E'en while the Morning nears, 
And as the Sun appears. 

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Graduates of Two-Yea r 
Course 



ADALEE CRUTCHFIELD 
Vicco, Kentucky 

"I am with thee, and will keep thee whitherso- 
ever thou goest, and will bring thee again into 
this land." Gen. 28:15 



DOROTHY AMELIA DAVIS 
Trappe, Maryland 

''My earnest expectation and hope . . . that Christ 
shall be magnified in my body whether by life or 
by death." Phil. 1:20 



NANCY FINLEY GOLDFINCH 
Conway, South Carolina 

''I have set Jehovah always before me." Ps. 
16:8 



ROBERTA GAIL HOPE 
Elat, Cameroun, West Africa 

Class secretary II. 

"One thing have I asked ... to behold the beauty 
of Jehovah." Ps. 27:4 



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ISABELLE HORTON 
Aliceville, Alabama 

"Trust in Jehovah with all thy heart, and lean 
not upon thine own understanding: in all thy ways 
acknowledge him, and he will direct thy paths." 
Prov. 3:5, 6 



WILFORD CLYDE HUNT 
Speakers, New York 

''Therefore let us also, seeing we are compassed 
about with so great a cloud of witnesses, lay 
aside every weight, and the sin which doth so 
easily beset us, and let us run with patience the 
race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus." 
Heb. 12:1, 2 



FRANCES SHEPARD KNOX 
Huntington, Massachusetts 

Stu. assoc. program committee III; Philo- 
biblonian secretary II. 

"Whom not having seen ye love: on whom, though 
now ye see him not, yet believing, ye rejoice 
greatlv with joy unspeakable and full of glory." 
I Pet." 1 :8 



IRENE ELIZABETH PEEKE 
Weaverville, North Carolina 

"Commit thy way unto Jehovah; trust also in 
him, and he will bring it to pass." Ps. 37:5 





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DOROTHY BOND RICHARDSON 
Southern Pines, North Carolina 

Class vice-president I; Bible College chorus 
I, III. 



"Wherefore . . . 
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I was not disobedient unto the 
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WONDROUS MONROE SMITH 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Philologian poster chairman III. 

"Brethren, I count not myself yet to have laid 
hold: but one thing I do, forgetting the things 
which are behind, and stretching forward to the 
things which are before, I press on toward the 
goal unto the prize of the high calling of God in 
Christ Jesus." Phil. 3:14, 15 



MARION BEATRICE THOMAS 
Birmingham,, Alabama 

Class vice-president II; CeBeCean staff I, 
II; Philobiblonian secretary II. 

"I have set Jehovah always before me: because 
he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved." 
Ps. 16:8 




RILEY CLEVELAND THOMAS 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Class president II; Philologian sec.-treas. 
II. 

''If ye will not believe, surely ye shall not be 
established." Isa. 7:9 



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THE JUNIOR CLASS 




FIRST ROW: Rebecca Knight, sec.-treas.; Paul Loth, president; Earle 
White, vice-pres. 

SECOND ROW : Frank H. Sells, class adviser; Janie Holder, Edith Black- 
burn, Clara McKee, Thomas Fountain, Kenneth Ross 
THIRD ROW: Wilson Lockwood, Blanchard Romaine, Paul Keppel, 
Woodrow Robbins, Deming Gerow 
Cecil Kohn, Dorothy Tidd, Thomas McMahan (not in picture) 



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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 




FIRST ROW: Marion Rutherford, Geraldine Hinote, Baba Cooper, Wini- 
fred Hope, John Viser, treasurer; Evelyn Turner, secretary; Dorothy 
Dillon, vice-president; Ernest Lubkemann, president; Virginia Adams, 
Ruth Richardson, Leona Shade, Frances Cozart, Ruth Hungerpillar 
SECOND ROW: James D. Belote, class adviser; Ralph Patterson, Robert 
Dawson, Kenneth Courtwright, Gordon DeLong, Irwin Steele, Robert 
Wells, Archie Shelor, Milton Case 

THIRD ROW: Harry Marshall, Herman Luhm, Rader Hawkins, Raymond 
Johnson, John Walters, Edmund Janss, Patrick Major, Hilton Hoover, 
Hunter Norwood, Kenneth Neuenschwander 
Madeline Hays, Stella Johnson, Eva Saunders (not in picture) 



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THE FRESHMAN CLASS 




FIRST ROW: Henry Benchoff, Rubye Benchoff, Helen Hopkins, Gwen- 
dolyn Pennington, Laddice Broome, Willette Thomas, Irene Neprash, 
Mervin Brown, Mary McMahan, Annie Kok, Bernard Turner, Annie 
Blackburn, Ruth Coble, Doris Gardiner, Dorothy Bannister, Willie John- 
son, Gaines Milligan, Horace Bingham 

SECOND ROW: Marsden Sellers, Warren Thuston, Merle Tadlock, Ma- 
tilda Meise, Jean Campbell, Helen Herman, Mary Lennon, Bonta Irving, 
Dorothy Bellwood, Juliet Hathaway, Hazel Hutchinson, Lula Browne, 
Dorothy Hix, Marguerite McQuilkin, Narine Peterson, Hubert Tatum 
THIRD ROW: Avery Kendell, Helen Madiera, Pauline Rogers, Laura 
Norwood, Catherine Kilgore, Claire Kitzmiller, Catherine Graham, 
Bertha Brown, Elizabeth Putnam, Elizabeth Rikard, Elizabeth Weeks, 
Ellen Webendorfer, Mary Hyatt, Lula Becker, Elizabeth Powell 
FOURTH ROW: Lewis Major, Laing Burns, Douglas Cotter, Linwood 
Peterson, Edwin Miller, Neils Larsen, Charles Brown, Robert Hopkins, 
Clarence Frerking, Robert Linder, David Gray, George Stuart, James 
Smith, Salvatore Candal 

Rebecca Cox, Elizabeth Durden, John Fain, Jr., Paul Gess, Evans Har- 
den, Yates Neal, John Seaton, Jr., Edna Thomas,- Mrs. Hubert Tatum, 
John Sassaman, Herman Spigner (not in picture) 



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JAMES M. HATCH, JR. 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

B.A., Duke University, 1936. 
Receiving Th.M. 

"All we like sheep have gone astray: we have 
turned every one to his own way; and Jehovah 
hath laid on him the iniquity of us all." Isa. 53:6 



KENNETH G. HOOD 
Corning, New York 

B.A., Wheaton College, 1936. 
Receiving Th.M. 

"And Jehovah, he it is that doth go before thee; 
he will be with thee; he will not fail thee, neither 
forsake thee: fear not, neither be dismayed." 
Deut. 31:8 



H. WILBERT NORTON 
Chicago, Illinois 

B.A., Wheaton College, 1936 
Receiving Th.M. 

"But thanks be unto God who always leadeth 
us in triumph in Christ." II Cor. 2:14 



ELIZABETH BOYD ALEXANDER 
DeLand, Florida 

B.A., John B. Stetson University, 1935. 
Receiving M.A. in Biblical Ed. 
"In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he will 
direct thy paths." Prov. 3:6 



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FRANK BRUCE DINWIDDIE 
Columbia, South Carolina 

B.A., in Biblical Ed., Columbia Bible Col- 
lege, 1937. Receiving M.A. in Biblical Ed. 

"But I hold not my life of any account as dear 
unto myself, so that I may accomp'ish my cours?, 
and the ministry which I received from the Lord 
Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God." 
Acts 20:24 




SARA PETTY 
Clinton, North Carolina 

B.A., Asbury College, 1933. 
Receiving M.A. in Biblical Ed. 

"For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, 
that, though he was rich, yet for your sakes he 
became poor, that ye through his poverty might 
become rich." II Cor. 8:9 




CATHERINE BERRYHILL WALKER 
Columbia, South Carolina 

B.A., Wheaton College. 1936. 
Receiving M.A. in Biblical Ed. 

"He that supplieth seed to the sower and bread 
for food, shall supply and multiply your seed for 
sowing, and increase the fruits of your righteous- 
ness." II Cor. 9:10 




WILLIAM L. WONDERLY 
Mt. Lake Park, Maryland 

B.A., William Jennings Bryan University, 
1933. Receiving M.A. in Biblical Ed . 

". . . to know the love of Christ, . . . that ye may 
be filled unto all the fulness of God." Eph. 3:19 



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THE GRADUATE SCHOOL 




FIRST ROW: Elsie Fletcher, Barbara Greene, Dr. Ivylyn Girardeau, 
Michael Fryga, Elizabeth Alexander, Catherine Walker, Alice Price 
SECOND ROW= Wilbert Norton, Virginia Lippincott, Sarah Petty, Hope 
Hindal, Emily Russel, Kenneth Hood 

THIRD ROW: William Wonderly, Neill Hawkins, Jonathan Williams, 
Thomas Petty, James Hatch, Frank Dinwiddie 



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Whatsoever ye do, in word or in deed, do all in the 
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The Student Association 



FIRST ROW: William Mulcay, president; Nickles Cochran, vice-presi- 
dent, project committee; Leona Shade, secretary; Hilton Hoover, treas- 
urer. 

SECOND ROW: Clara McKee, social committee; Thomas Fountain, music 
committee; Frances Knox, program committee. 

THIRD ROW: Robert Wells, editor CeBeCean; Jane Smith, gift commit- 
tee; Lewis Bates, president F. M. F., senior class representative; Wood- 
row Robbins, junior class representative. 
John Seaton, freshman class representative (not in picture) 



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The CeBeCean Staff 



FIRST ROW: Hunter Norwood, managing editor; Edith Blackburn, as- 
sociate editor; Robert Wells, editor-in-chief; Virginia Adams, associate 
editor; John Viser, associate editor 

SECOND ROW: Hilton Hoover, art editor; Marion Thomas, assistant 
publications editor; Clara McKee, campus editor; Willette Thomas, re- 
porter; Raymond Johnson, publications editor 
Mervin Brown, reporter; John Seaton, business manager (not in picture) 



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League of Evangelical Students 



ERNEST LUBKEMANN, president 
RUTH RICHARDSON, vice-president 
FRANCIS FLURER, treasurer 
DOROTHY TIDD, secretary (not in picture) 



The League of Evangelical Students is a national organization with 
over fifty active chapters in the colleges and universities of the United 
States. Its purpose is to establish an evangelical testimony in a college 
world which is so permeated with anti-Christian teaching. The Co- 
lumbia Bible College branch aims to support the national organization 
in prayer, in deputation work, and in other ways. 



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Student Foreign Missions Fellowship 



LEWIS BATES, president 
EPPIE ADAMS, secretary 
DEMING GEROW, vice-president 



In the fall of 1936 the Student Association affiliated itself with the 
then newly-formed national organization of the Student Foreign Mis- 
sions Fellowship, forming a local chapter. At the present time it is one 
of fourteen such chapters in the United States. This, its third and 
greatest year, finds the local chapter with 85 members, each of whom 
are preparing definitely for foreign missionary service. 

The purpose of this organization is three-fold: to promote the mis- 
sionary interest on the campus; to study and pray concerning the needs 
and work on the mission fields of the world; and to present the mission- 
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PHILOLOGIAN 
Literary Association 



FIRST ROW: Raymond 
Johnson, president 1st 
sem.; Wilson Lockwood, 
president 2nd sem.; Ken- 
neth Ross, vice-pres., 1st 
sem.; Nickles Cochran, 
vice-pres., 2nd sem. 
SECON D ROW: Paul Kep- 
pel, sec.-treas., 1st sem.; 
R. C. Thomas, sec.-treas., 
2nd sem.; E a r 1 e White, 
corresp. sec, 1st sem.; 
Neill Hawkins, corresp. 

sec, 2nd sem.; James Hatch, critic, 1st sem. 

THIRD ROW: William Wonderly, critic, 2nd sem.; Woodrow Robbins, sgt- 

at-arms. 1st sem.; Hilton Hoover, sgt.-at-arms. 2nd sem.; Gordon DeLong, 

sgt.-at-arms, 2nd sem.; Wilbert Norton, critic, 2nd sem. 

Lewis Bates, critic, 1st sem. (not in picture) 



PHILOBIBLONIAN 
Literary Society 




FIRST ROW: Sanna Bar- 
low, president, 1st sem.; 
Margaret Gaillard, presi- 
dent, 2nd sem.; Virginia 
McClellan, vice-pres., 1st 
sem.; Elizabeth McMahan, 
vice-pres., 2nd sem. 
SECOND ROW: Francis 
Knox, secretary, 1st sem.; 
Marion Thomas, secre- 
tary, 2nd sem.; Dorothy Dillon, sgt.-at-arms, 1st sem. 

THIRD ROW: Ruth Hungerpillar, sgt.-at-arms, 1st sem.; Matilda Meise, 
sgt.-at-at-arms, 2nd sem. 
FOURTH ROW: Mary McMahan, sgt.-at-arms, 2nd sem. 



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The Finial Staff 

FIRST ROW: Kenneth Ross, business manager; Edith Blackburn, asso- 
ciate editor; Thomas Fountain, editor-in-chief 

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