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COLUMBIA 




BIBLE COLLEGE 



COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 




DEDI 



Through his gift of opening the treasures of God's 
Word to us in simplicity and clarity, with his never- 
failing calmness and even temper, by his under- 
standing interest in all our problems, Dr. Fleece 
has endeared himself to all of us who knew him in 
years past. 

The Junior Class takes pleasure in dedicating to 
Dr. G. Allen Fleece the 1948 Finial, praying God's 
continued blessing on his ministry in other fields. 



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CATION 



"Look at his face! What's the matter?" 

Dr. Fleece looked all worn out, sad, and 
disheartened. Gone all day, he should have 
been eager to get back home. But today — 
well, he was just unhappy! At last the hu- 
miliating truth was out. He left home at 
daybreak, hopes high, promising a rare treat 
to his family. Now, after toiling patiently 
the long day through, he reluctantly trudged 
homeward with not even one small fish to 
reward his weary waiting. 

But his luck wasn't always so bad. Many 
times his favorite sport yielded a delicious 
meal, and once even the CBC faculty table 
enjoyed a fresh fish dinner, "special delivery" 
from Dr. Fleece. 

Dr. Fleece's fishing hobby is only one 
phase of his varied and interesting life. 

With a keen sense of humor, and a wit 
that often was quite unexpected, Dr. Fleece 
frequently upset the dignity of a faculty 
meeting, while his classes were always new 
and fascinating. 

Through his quiet dignity he commanded 
the respect of all who met him, and his kindly 
smile banished every thought of fear. His 
quick appreciation of another's joys, his ready 
sympathy in sorrow, together with his graci- 
ous manner toward all who know him, have 
combined to make Dr. Fleece one of God's 
grand men, one in whom the likeness of the 
Lord Jesus may be seen. 





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This is the place where, after more than four years of prayer and preparation, 
full time courses were begun at Columbia Bible College. Known then as Co- 
lumbia Bible School, its entire visible possessions were this one room furnished 
with a single hanging blackboard, an organ with a soap-box stool, and about 
ten chairs; one teacher, Mr. McQuilkin; and a handful of earnest Christian 
students who attended every class. 

Each successive year the Bible College has grown both outwardly and in- 
wardly — materially and spiritually. As we follow throughout this book the 
steps of progress in the history of the college, let us remember that these first 
faithful few planted, others since have watered; but then, as now, the Lord 
giveth the increase. 



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Robert C. McQuilkin, President 

English Bible, Biblical Hermencutics, Theology 
B.A., University of Pennsylvania; D.D., Wheaton 
College 

Paul G. Culley, 

Associate Director Graduate School of Missions 
B.A., M.A., Cornell; M.D., Johns Hopkins 



H. Waddell Pratt, 

Philosophy, Science, Mathematics 

B.A., M.A., D.D., Washington and Lee University 

Johx Hehl, 

Business Manager 
Religious Education 





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Thomas M. Petty, 

Director of Christian Service 
B.A., Asbury College; M.A. in Biblical Educa- 
tion, Columbia Bible College 

Dorothy M. Strauss, 

Director of Christian Service for Women 
B.A., Northwestern University 



Johx K. Munro, 

Dean of Men 
History, Theology 

B.A., Wheaton College; Th.M., Dallas Theological 
Seminary 

Mrs. Wm. L. Walker, 

Dean of Women 

B.A., Queens-Chicora College 



James M. Hatch, Jr. 

Psychology, Sociology, Education, Bible, Anthro- 
pology 

B.A., Duke University; M.A., University of Chi- 
cago; Th.M., Columbia Bible College 

Eppie Adams, 

Associate Dean of Women 

B.A. in Biblical Education, Columbia Bible Col- 
lege; M.A., Texas Christian University 




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Frank H. Sells, 

English Bible, Homilctics 

B.A. in Biblical Education, Columbia Bible Col- 
lege; B.A., King College; Th.B., Th.M., Evan- 
gelical Theological College (Dallas). 

Walter J. Carpenter, Jr. 

Greek, Church History 

A.B., Milligan College; Th.M., Ph.D., Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary 




Wick Broomall, 

Greek, Hebrew, Theology, History 

B.A., Maryville College; M.A., Princeton Univer- 
sity; Th.B., Th.M., Princeton Theological Semi- 
nary 

Donald E. Hoke, 

Assistant to the President 

Bible, Greek 

B.A., M.A., Wheaton College 




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Leigh H. Markham, 

Director of Music 

Brian King, 

Piano 




Kathryn L. Warren, 

Registrar 

English 

B.A., Bucknell University 

Kathryn E. McClarty, 

Spanish, English 

B.A., Elmira College; M.A. Middlebury College 



Margaret M. Wendell, 

Speech 

B.A., Wheaton College; M.A. in Biblical Educa- 
tion, Columbia Bible College 

Sarah Petty, 

Directed Teaching, Education 

B.A., Asbury College; M.A. in Biblical Education, 
Columbia Bible College 





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Home, John! . . . A new rag wipes clean. 

You DON'T mean it! . . . "Dean" soup . . ." 'Tocc-o-a" 
Does it "Registrar"? . . . We should "Hoke" so! 

"Wen-dell" it be spring? . . . "Well I should say- 
for instance!" 



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Ferris, McQuilkin; "Registrar's Assistant and Alumni Secretary compare notes. 
Bonjour, Long; "The Edgehill Girls" 

Tweeten, Williams, Steele; "President's office takes a rest" 
Cumming, Wallis; "Second Semester Additions" 
Wood; "Could you guess she was the Librarian f" 
Herrick; "Smiling Secretary to the Dean of Men" 
Bowman ; "Men's Christian Service Office" 
Inset; Guess who? 



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Dowdle, Norris — "Queens of the Kitchen" 
H. Smith, Owings — Business office powers 

Downey, Webendorfer, Harden — "Have you balanced yet?" 
Cowger, McNaul, E. Smith — Nurses — "The Three Cheers" 
Olsen — Astrid's Joy . . . The new Bookstore 
Hehl, Briggs, Moore — Workers in the Extension Department 





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entors 



OFFICERS 

President George Beacham 

I ice-President Gene Barrs 

Secretary EviE BUCKLEY 

Treasurer Clayton Camp 

Adviser Dr. Carpenter 



'48 victorious again ! Unbelievable — but true, 



"Run for your life even if 
you're caught! And don't breathe 
a word — remember, even the 
walls have ears!" It was 9:30 
P. M. on Senior Hall. In exactly 
seven and one-half hours the Se- 
niors were to make their get-away 
on the annual Senior Sneak. They 
were trying desperately to appear 
calm and composed, but it was 
agony. Suppose the Juniors had 
learned, and would be waiting to 
welcome them at the truck! Lurk- 
ing sentries were imagined at 
every corner. As the time grew 
shorter, their dread mounted 
higher. But their fears were un- 
founded — the Juniors were fast 
asleep! 

After catching the Seniors the year before, the class of '48 had 



gotten away without waking one sleepy Junior. 

The Senior Sneak climaxed four grand years of Christian companionship and social life. Friendships made 
have been one of the crowning blessings which members of the Senior class have received from classes and 
on the campus of CBC. 




The pause that "refleshes" . . . The Spirit of '48 . . ."Broommates' 



Page Fourteen 




TOMMYE ADCOX 
Berry, Alabama 
"As thou goest step by step, I will open up the way 
before thee." Proverbs 4:12 (Hebrew Translation). 

Chorus 2; FlNIAL Co-editor 3. 

MARIAN A. ALLEBACH 
SellersvillEj Pennsylvania 

"The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want." 
Psalm 23:1. 

Chorus 3; F.M.F. Associate Member 2; F.M.F. 
Active Member 3, 4; Phi. 4. 

EVELYN ELEANOR ARMSTRONG 
Washington, D. C. 

"/;; quietness and in confidence shall he your 
strength." Isaiah 30:15. 

F.M.F. Active Member 1-4. 

EUGENIA LOUISE BARRS 
Quitman, Georgia 

"The secret of the Lord is with them that fear Him." 
Psalm 25:14. 

Class Vice-President 4; Chorus 3; F.M.F. Active 
Member 2-4; F.M.F. Prayer Group Leader 4; Phi. 2-4; 
Serjeant-at-Arms 3. 



ADCOX 
ARMSTRONG 



ALLEBACH 
BARRS 



CHARLES GORDON BEACHAM, JR. 

WlLLOUGHBY, OHIO 
"That I may know Him." Philippians 3:10. 
CeBeCean Associate Editor 3 ; FlNIAL Business Man- 
ager 3; F.M.F. Active Member 2-4; F.M.F. Prayer 
Group Leader 3 ; F.M.F. Southeastern Regional Chair- 
man 3; Phil. 3, 4; Phil. President 3; Student Associa- 
tion President 4. 

GEORGE DUNLAP BEACHAM 

WlLLOUGHBY, OHIO 

"That I may know Him . . . who always leadeth us 
in triumph in Christ." Philippians 3 :10, 2 Corinthians 
2:14. 

Class Treasurer 3; Class President 4; F.M.F. Active 
Member 3, 4; Vice-President Phil. 4. 

KATHERINE IRENE BOONE 
Elsinore, California 

"// any man will come after me let him deny him- 
self, and take up his cross daily, and follow me." Luke 
9:23. 

Chorus; F.M.F. Active Member; F.M.F. Prayer 
Group Leader; Orchestra; Phi. 

MARJORIE ELIZABETH BOOZ 

Aldan, Pennsylvania 

"The Lord, He it is that doth go before thee . . . fear 
thou not." Deuteronomy 31 :S. 

Finial Subscription Manager 3 ; F.M.F. Active Mem- 
ber 1-4; F.M.F. Secretary 4. 




C. G. BEACHAM, Ji 
BOONE 



G. D. BEACHAM 
BOOZ 



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ANNIE LEE BRANSFORD 
Union City, Tennessee 

"Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is 
stayed on Thee." Isaiah 26:3. 

Chorus 2; F.M.F. Active Member 2-+; Phi. 4. 

EVELYN J. BUCKLEY 

Duluth, Minnesota 

"/ will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which 
thou shall go." Psalm 32:8. 

Chorus 3; Class Secretary 4; FlNIAL Staff 3; F.M.F. 
Active Member 1-4. 

MILDRED ELLEN BUCKLEY 
Duluth, Minnesota 

"Thus saith the Lord . . . In quietness and confidence 
shall be your strength." Isaiah 30:15. 

Class Vice-President 3; Dormitory President 4; 
Finial Literary Editor 3; F.M.F. Active Member 1-4. 

CLAYTON L. CAMP 

Garden City, Minnesota 

"For I determined not to know anything . . . save 
Jesus Christ and Him crucified." 1 Corinthians 2:2. 

Class Treasurer 4; F.M.F. Active Member 3, 4; 
Phil. 3, 4. 



BRANSFORD 
M. E. BUCKLEY 



E. J. BUCKLEY 
C. L. CAMP 



VERNA ELAINE CAMP 
Garden City', Minnesota 

"That we should be to the praise of His glory." 
Ephesians 1 :12. 

F.M.F. Associate Member 3, 4; Phi. 4. 

JANET COWGER 
Fort Seybert, West Virginia 

"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . . . and He 
shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3 : 5, 6. 

F.M.F. Active Member 1-4; Nurse 1-4. 

GLADYS CUNNINGHAM 
Pensacola, Florida 

"1 am come that they might have life . . . more 
abundantly." John 10:10. 

F.M.F. Associate Member 1-4; Phi. 3, 4. 

EDGAR DRESCHEL 
Maplewood, New Jersey 

"Wherefore we labor that whether present or absent 
we may be accepted of Him." 2 Corinthians 5:9. 

Finial Treasurer 3; F.M.F. Active Member 1-4; 
F.M.F. Prayer Group Leader 3; Phil. 1-4; Student 
Council 5. 




V. E. CAMP 
CUNNINGHAM 



COWGER 
DRESCHEL 



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NELLIE GRACE DUVALL 

Atlanta, Georgia 

"In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall 
direct thy paths." Proverbs 3 :6. 

Chorus 1-3; F.M.F. Active Member 1-4; Phi. 3; 
Student Association 3; Truth for Youth Secretary 3; 
Truth for Youth Program Chairman 4. 

MARIAN ERNEST HUNGERPILLER 
Orangeburg, South Carolina 

"As thou ijoest step by step I will open up the way 
before thee." Proverbs 4:12. 

Class Secretarv 3; F.M.F. Associate Member 2-4; 
Phi. 3, 4. 

NEVA ELIZABETH JONES 

Greenfield Center, New York 

"Forgetting those things which are behind . . . reach- 
ing forth unto those things which are before." Philip- 
pians 3 :13. 

F.M.F. Prayer Group Leader 1; Chorus 1, 3; F.M.F. 
Active Member 1-4; F.M.F. Secretary 2; F.M.F. South- 
eastern Regional Committee Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; 
Phi. 1-4; Phi. Vice-President 2. 

BEVERLY SUE KENNEDY 
Knoxyille, Tennessee 

"Faithful is He that calleth you who also will do it." 
1 Thessalonians 5 :24. 

Chorus 3; F.M.F. Active Member 2-4; Phi. 2 




HUNGERPILLER 
S. KENNEDY 




SARAH LAVINIA KENNEDY 

Clinton, North Carolina 

"That God in all things may be glorified through 
Jesus Christ." 1 Peter 4:11. 

Chorus 1; F.M.F. Associate Member 1-3; F.M.F. 
Active Member 4; Social Chairman 3. 

DAVID W. KNOWLTON 
Edinboro, Pennsylvania 

"That I may know Him . . . I shall be satisfied 
when I awake with thy likeness." Philippians 3:10, 
Psalm 17:15. 

Class President 3; F.M.F. 1-4; F.M.F. Prayer Group 
Leader 2; F.M.F. President 4; Student Council 2. 

MILDRED VICTORIA LONG 

Biscoe, North Carolina 

"How precious are thy thoughts unto me, O God!" 
Psalm 139:17. 

Finial Advertising Manager 3 ; Student Association 
Vice-President 2. 

DORIS ANN MILLER 
Batesburg, South Carolina 

"But seek ye first the kingdom of God and His 
righteousness." Matthew 6:3 3. 

F.M.F. Associate Member 2-4. 



S. L. KENNEDY 
LONG 



KNOWLTON" 
MILLER 



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BARBARA REEVES MOORE 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . . . and He 
shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3 : 5,6. 

Chorus 3; FlNlAL Editor 3; F.M.F. Active Member 
2-4; F.M.F. Prayer Group Leader 2. 

ROBERT MUNN 
Belfast, North Ireland 

"Fear thou not . . . I am with thee . . . be not 
dismayed . . . I am thy God." Isaiah 41:10. 

F.M.F. Active Member 3, 4; F.M.F. Prayer Group 
Leader 3. 

MILDRED D. NAILE 

Salisbury, North Carolina 

"As for God, His <way is perfect . . . therefore I will 
give thanks." Psalm 18:30, 49. 

Chorus 1 ; F.M.F. Associate Member 2-4. 

ALICE CORHAM NEWSOM 

Union Point, Georgia 

"God is faithful by whom ye were called unto the 
fellowship of His Son." 1 Corinthians 1 :9. 

Chorus 3; F.M.F. Active Member 1-4; Phi. 2-4; 
Phi. Sergeant-at-Aims 2; Phi. Secretary 4. 



GRACE ELIZABETH POWELL 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

"As thou c/ocst step by step, 1 will open up the way 
before thee." Proverbs 4:12. 

Chorus 3; Finial Staff 3; F.M.F. Active Member 1-4; 
F.M.F. Prayer Group Leader 3. 

GWEN RUTH ROGERS 
Bradenton, Florida 

"/ know that thou canst do all things . . . no purpose 
of thine can be restrained." Job 42:2. 

F.M.F. Active Member 1-4. 

VIOLA CATHERINE SEIGLER 
Walterboro, South Carolina 

"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart . . . His 
way is perfect." Proverbs 3:5; Psalm 18:30. 

Chorus 3; F.M.F. Active Member 1-4; Phi. 2, 4. 

LILLIAN MAY STRICKER 
Glassboro, New Jersey 

"He hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise 
unto our God." Psalm 40:3. 

Chorus 2, 3; F.M.F. Active Member 1-4; Music Com- 
mittee Chairman 2; Phi. 2-4; Phi. Sergeant-at-Arms 2. 




Page Eighteen 




WINNIE TUCKER 

Mount Vernon, New York 

"Acquaint noiv thyself with Him and be at peace." Job 22:21. 

CeBeCean 1, 2; CeBeCean Editor 2, 3; Class Secretary 2; Chorus 1; FlNIAL Art 
Editor 3; F.M.F. Active Member 4. 

WINNIFRED ELIZABETH WATSON 
Tampa, Florida 

"And the Lord, He it is that doth go before thee." Deuteronomy 31:8. 

Chorus 3, 4; F.M.F. Associate Member 3, 4; F.M.F. Prayer Group Leader 4; 
Phi. 3, 4. 

EDITH M. WELCH 

Toomsuba, Mississippi 

"/ can do all things through Christ who strcngthencth me." Philippians 4:13. 
Chorus 1, 2; F.M.F. Associate Member 1-4; F.M.F. Prayer Group Leader 4. 




Now j "Ladies" . . . Before . . . and after! 
Eating — as usual . . . Little J I' alt. 



Page Nineteen 





uniors 



OFFICERS 

President Bo Beard 

Vice-President Irma Graves 

Secretary Joyce BuHLER 

Treasurer Charlie Beal 

Adviser Miss Petty 



"We've been discriminat- 
ed against!"' The voice of 
the Junior class rose in dis- 
may as the dreadful news 
leaked out. The Junior 
girls had been placed — 
every one of them — on the 
third floor of the New 
Dorm, with the Seniors all 
beneath so they could sneak 
out any old time — and the 
Juniors would never know 
they were gone ! And that's 
what they did ! 
"Hold that line, boys! Hold that line!" It was the day of the football game — the Sophs and 
Seniors versus the Freshmen and Juniors. Since the day of the Senior Sneak the Juniors had 
dreamed of revenge, and now the time had come. Such grim determination could not but con- 
quer. The whistle blew . . . the game was over . . . and the Juniors had cleared their name. 

Life at CBC has really been great for the Junior class. Hard work, combined with healthful 
recreation and an occasional breakfast hike (like the one when Harold scrambled the eggs) has 
worked toward making each member of the class well rounded in his life. Above all else has been 
the Christian fellowship, serving to unite the Juniors in their purpose to "know Him and to make 
Him known." 




'Dandy Mo' "... A "suite" life 



'Nickolouse!" 



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FRONT ROW — Hurley, Ferguson, King, Carpenter, Herron, Graves, Crane, Barnett, Buhler, Kemp, Chenault. f SEC- 
OND ROW — Evertsberg, Ernest, Beitzel, Goodall, Burnett, Doverspike, Gantt, Gehman, Beard, Davis, Bost. / THIRD 
ROW— Gilchrist, Edge, Johnston, Hinkel, Grant, Britt, Beal, Ekstrom, Brouwer, Beacham. 



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FRONT ROW— W. Watson, Overstreet, R. Smith, Legant, Tucker, Most, McElveen, H. Smith, r SECOND ROW— 
Powlison, Sorrells, Lindsey, Midyett, Wright, Mood, Newman, Shumpert, Martin, Parsons. / THIRD ROW — Popp, 
D. Stoddard, Story, Rowlee, J. Newsom, D. Watson, Laird, Niemeyer, Spence, Perkinson, Long. 




(2/ opliomores 

OFFICERS 

President Bill Carter 

Vice-President Ed IwaN 

Secretary Grace Howell 

Treasurer Bill Stone 

Adviser Mr. Hoke 



"He'll be here today!" 
It was Thanksgiving Day 
— the day when HE was to 
make HIS appearance. For 
days the school had been 
in an uproar. What does 
HE look like? How long 
will HE stay? Can I go 
out with HIM? 

Many were the questions 
voiced by the excited stu- 
dents. And today HE was 
to arrive. An appropriately 
decorated jeep drove up on 
the football field. HIS loyal 
servants jumped out, laying out white carpets that HIS feet might not touch the cold ground. 
Before a crowd of eager admirers a frightened black "billy goat" descended from the royal carriage, 
accompanied by Mr. Broomall with his familiar, "Now take my goats, for instance." 

Yes, the sophomores are overflowing with fun and the joy of living. And to balance their humor 
is a sincerity and purpose in all their activities. Their highest goal, in studies, in socials, and in 
Christian Service is that they might show forth the praises of the One who has called them out of 
darkness into His marvelous light. 





Engine Trouble . . . R.F.D., Tennessee . . . "Father" Bob 



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FRONT ROW— Hill, James Davis, Hammond, Borton, Froelich, Cook, Braswell, Blair, Erwin. 1 SECOND ROW 
— Brown, Jervis Davis, Daniel, J. Carter, Brownlee, Doverspike, Cook, Beckley, Keever, Barnes, Downey. 1 THIRD 
ROW — Johnston, Dillard, Anderson, Avery, Bates, Carter, Davis, Chandler, B. Chenault, Carroll, Ciaffner, Hodge, Hodges. 
/ FOURTH ROW — Fox, Howell, Haroldsen, Jones, Cushnic, French, Bennett, Jacobsen, Brant, Bowman, Beauchamp, 
Iwan, Hamilton. 



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FRONT ROW— Williams, King, Music, Neef, W. Russ, Saltzman, Phelps, Sullivan, r SECOND ROW— Mahar, San- 
ders, J. Russ, Taylor, Pearsall, Moses, Noell, Richardson, Young, Silar, Opper. 1 THIRD ROW — McLeod, Parrott, 
Stone, Livingston, Wheatley, Nizamian, Parker, Martinez, Knight, Smith, Speanburg, Stevens. 1 FOURTH ROW — Stod- 
dard, Morgan, Stiles, Pierce, Tatem, Westley, Knowlton, Till, Miller, Petersen, Meier, J. Smith. 




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President . 
J ice-President 



OFFICERS 

. Cecil Hawkins Secretary Anne Kotiadis 

Hubert Addleton Treasurer Louise Hardy 

Adviser Miss Wallis 



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An air of suspense pervaded the entire CBC campus as students from all parts of the country 
poured into the lobby on registration day. The occasion of this excitement was the entering Fresh- 
man class. "What will they be like?" was the question on every lip. But the poor Freshmen were 
the most mystified of all. Would they be considered as normal human beings or would they be 
ostracized as "green Freshmen?" 

It was not long before their fears melted away before the friendliness and interest of the upper 
classmen. More and more the Freshmen came to feel that they were a vital part of Columbia Bible 
College. The crowning day of recognition and appreciation came on Thanksgiving Day, when the 
Freshman class (with the hearty participation of the illustrious Junior class!) carried the annual 
"Grits Bowl Classic." 

To the freshmen CBC has also given a vision of the world wide need, and of the privilege they 
have in helping to supply this need. 




Peek-a-Boo! . . . Think fast! . . . Those awful exams! . . . "Da — / dunno!" 



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FRONT ROW — Barnes, C. Daniels, B. Daniels, Abrahamsen, Brown, Cunningham, Collins, Flannegan, Falkenstein, 
Foster, Cockrell. / SECOND ROW — R. Fitzsimmons, B. Fitzsimmons, V. Eremic, D. Eremic, E. Chapman, Anderson, H. 
Cook, Andrews, Arner, Blackburn, Brannon, Aims. / THIRD ROW— Ferry, Duff, Addleton, C. Banks, A. Davis, D. 
Bennett, C. Duvall, Dimond, K. Callaway, Cameron, Anderson, M. Frederick. 



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FRONT ROW— McGill, Lott, Grimes, Heidlauf, Hoeflinger, Haynes, Horton, Hendricks, Lucas. 1 SECOND ROW— 
McFarland, Graham, Morse, Lefever, Hardy, Meacham, Mitchell, Kotiadis, Madiera, Kirkwood, Garcia. 1 THIRD 
ROW — Hawkins, Greene, Heusinkveld, Hartman, Gaines, Gordon, Gardner, Mills, Moore, Haughton, Lynch, Gustafsen, 
Jensen. 





FIRST ROW— Shaw, F. Sanders, Stapf, Wilson, Wise, Wall, Reed, Stoddard, Polasky. / SECOND ROW— E. Sanders, 
Rembes, Okarma, Sells, Yarley, Scott, Scholte, Orton, Nesm'.th, Peters, Schlichter, Schmidt, i THIRD ROW — Sharpe, 
Snow, G. Standridge, J. Standridge, Walker, \ess, Roberts, Robinson, Wakefield, Stout, Ralph West, Osborne. 



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FRONT ROW — West, Shook, Warlick, Luttwig, Vaughan, Watson, J. Cail. 
Potts, Sykes, Stover, A. Knight, Boland. 



SECOND ROW— Ludlam, M. Cail, 




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Home of "Gene-ius" . . . Natalie at Open House 

North Campus "cleanup" . . . Mail call on Grad Hall 

Inside the new dorm . . . Scene from " Goldhricker's Rest' 



Page Twenty-seven 




OFFICERS 

President Don Rulison 

First J ice-President Laura Williams 

Second J'ice-President Kay Hertzog 

Secretary-Treasurer Dot WHITE 

Adviser Mr. Hatch 



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issions 



From the four corners of the U.S.A. and one corner of Canada came the Graduate class this 
year. And their plans for the future include the four corners of the earth. 

Since the creation of the Graduate School of Missions in September, people from all walks of 
graduate life have come to CBC. Doctors, teachers, and others trained in forestry, chemistry and 
engineering have left professional life to enter once more the halls of learning. Taught in the 
wisdom of the world, they have come here to learn of Christ and to train for missionary service 
at home and abroad. 




Friday afternoon . . . "Suities" . . . Its name is "Mud!" 



Page Twenty-eight 



STEPHEN J. BARRETT, M. A. 

St. Louis, Missouri 

B.A., in Biblical Education, Columbia Bible College. 
"That the exceeding greatness of the power may be 
of God and not from ourselves." 2 Corinthians 4:7. 

President Alumni Association, '47. 

RALPH E. BELL, M. A. 

Royal Oak, Michigan 

B.S., in Electrical Engineering, Georgia School of 
Technology. 

"li'ho leadeth thee by the way that thou shouldst go." 
Isaiah 48:17. 

EVELYN MARIAN BERRY, M. A. 
Jacksonville, Florida 

B.S., in Education, Florida State College for Women. 
"That I may know Him in resurrection power and in 
suffering." Philippians 3:10. 

Chorus '46-'47; F.M.F. '46-'4S ; F.M.F. Praver Group 
Leader '47; Phi. '46-'47. 

KATE F. CALLAWAY, M. A. 

Johnson City, Tennessee 

B. S., East Tennessee State College. 

"Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is 
stayed on Thee." Isaiah 26:3. 

F.M.F. '46-'4S; Phi '46-'4S; Student Council Program 
Chairman '47-'48. 




BELL 
CALLAWAY 




CHILTON 
MARSHALL 



CHARLOTTE CHILTON, M. A. 

North Plainfield, New Jersey 

B.A., New Jersey College for Women. 
"Behold, I am with thee and will keep thee in all 
the places whither thou goest." Genesis 28:15. 

Class Vice-President, '46, '47, F.M.F. '45-'47, F.M.F. 
Prayer Group Leader; Phi '47. 

ELDERA DEE JENKINS, M. A. 
Devers, Texas 

B.S. in Physical Education, University of Texas. 
"Trust ye in Jehovah forever; for Jehovah is an ever- 
lasting rock:' Isaiah 26:4. 

F.M.F. '46-'4S; F.M.F. Praver Group Leader '47; 
Phi '46-'4S. 

HARRY G. MARSHALL, M. A. 
Wilmington, Delaware 

B.A., in Biblical Education, Columbia Bible College. 
"The Lord is good and He knowcth them thai trust in 
Him." N'ahum I :7. 

Class President '46-'47. 

DONALD E. RULISON, M. A. 
Amsterdam, New York 

B.S. in Forestry, New York State College of Forestry. 
"Henceforth . . . unto Him." 2 Corinthians 5:15. 

Class President '47-'48 ; F.M.F. Praver Group Leader 
'47; F.M.F. Vice-President '47-'48 ; Phil. '46-'47. 



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WILLIAMS 



JOHN S. SCHWAB, M. A. 
Galveston, Texas 

B.A. in Business Administration, University of 
Texas. 

"That I might testify of the gospel of the grace of 
God." Acts 20:24. 
'46-'48; Phi. '46-'4S. 

LAURA ANN WILLIAMS, M. A. 
Pensacola, Florida 

B.A., Florida State College for Women. 

"In everything give thanks, for this is the will of 
God in Christ Jesus concerning you." I Thessa- 
lonians 5:1S. 

Class Vice-President '47; Chorus '46; F.M.F. 
'46-'4S; Phi. '46-'4S. 



FRANK CHARLES WUEST, B.A., M.A. 

Buffalo, New York 

B.A. in Biblical Education, Columbia Bible Col- 
lege. 

My times are in thy hand . . . show me thy 
ivays . . . lead me in thy. truth." Psalm 31:15, Psalm 
25:4, 5. 

F.M.F. '45-'48; F.M.F. Prayer Group Leader 
'45-'46; F.M.F. President '45-M-6. 



CLIFFORD C. CARTEE, B. D. 

Columbia, South Carolina 

B.A. and M.A. in Biblical Education, Columbia 
Bible College. 

"1 must ivork the works of him that sent me." 
John 9:4. 




FRONT ROW— Meyer, Allison, Erickson. 1 SECOND ROW— Sprinkle, Sedgley, G. Jones, Jensen, Gudschinsky, 
Trevvett, Hertzog, White, Fish, Plains. 



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Page Thirty-one 




GJtucLit LA 



ssociation 



ft 



"Onward!" and "Upward!" are the watch- 
words of the Student Association which now 
consists of sixteen members representing the 
different classes and organizations of Bible 
College. 

In its eighteen years of activity the Associ- 
ation not only has increased in numbers — 
having begun with only four charter mem- 
bers, who were elected by ballot — but has also helped to bring about a greater 
school spirit and a closer spiritual unity through the cooperation of Faculty 
and students. 

Remember "Hey Day" and all the new students you met? Remember the 
Clean-up Campaign, and all the work you did? No one could forget the unique 
Christmas program and the party that followed, or the "Relief for Europe 
Campaign" to send food and clothing to 
those who have so little. These and many 
other responsibilities make the Student As- 
sociation an essential to the progress of 
C. B. C. 



OFFICERS 

President Gordon Beacham 

Vice-President . . . Bill Doverspike 

Secretary Dorothy Lindsey 

Treasurer Clifton Duvall 

Adviser Mr. Hatch 




Page T/iirty-tivo 



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ssociatwns 




Singing as ive go . . . "Going to sing": Music Committee 

Our "Parshall" Social Chairman . . . Oh, say. can you see? . . . 

Campus cleanup 

Social Committee .... Program Committee 



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Laying it out . . . Artistically speaking — ■ 
A ny Ads To day f 



From a paper-bound yearbook of 
48 pages in 1939 The FlNIAL has 
grown each year in both size and 
quality. 

More and more the desire of the 
initial FlNIAL staff has been realized 
— that as the FlNIAL is a crowning 
adornment of a tower, so The 
FlNIAL might be a crowning adorn- 
ment to Columbia Bible College. 

If there were no outward mani- 
festation whatsoever of the work of 




Page Thirty-four 




"Ah! That's just the phrase we want!" 



Pieking the Pix 
This is the way zve type it up . . . Wanted — One Finial 




this year's staff, they should still 
count their hours of labor worth- 
while, for through them they have 
grown in the Lord. When they 
faced insurmountable difficulties, 
He strengthened them for the task, 
and gave fruitage for their labors. 
Only those who work on future 
yearbooks will know how much 
this year's growth has depended 
upon the network of roots estab- 
lished by those who preceded them. 



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"I wonder when the next issue 
will be out?" This statement has 
lapsed into history as the new Ce- 
BeCean, with its new handy size 
and photo-offset style of printing, 
has emerged as a regular bi-weekly 
publication. 

With the production time cut 
approximately in half, the CeBeCean now endeavors to make known 
to the student "the news as it happens 1 ' (at least before he hears 
about it). Now in its sixteenth year of publication, the CeBeCean 
has become a vital part of student life. 




Officers of the Staff 



Page Thirty-six 



TYPISTS 




WRITERS 



Page Thirty-seven 







(_y hilobwL 




01 1 tan <^Lb tierary, QJ ociely. 




"We are fellow Philobiblonians, in purpose united as one, 
Trustworthy still they shall find us, and true to the task we've begun." 



For 16 years the Philobiblonian Literary Society has provided opportuni- 
ties for public speaking, creative writing, and leadership, developing quali- 
ties that will be useful to its members whether they serve at home or abroad. 
Of definite value to each member of the student body is the bulletin board 
added this year to keep everyone "up on the news." Valuable and entertaining 
too was the assembly program giving hints for school — such as "Take your as- 
signment, please!" Picnics and teas add to the social life of the members. And 
of course everyone remembers the New Year's style show, portraying the "New 
Look." 

"Lit" has always taken an active part in training Christian leaders, and 
through the years to come, those leaders will remain "true to the task" begun 
at CBC and in the Philobiblonian Literary Society. 




Officers First Semester . . . Officers Second Semester 



Page Thirty-eight 




Officers First Semester . . . Officers Second Semester 



Philologian Lit aims to train men tD serve Christ more effectively through 
a knowledge of the art of public speaking, and a familiarity with the gems of 
literature. 

Bi-monthly meetings consist of impromptu speeches, which train the stu- 
dents in the ability to give public addresses; parliamentary drill, which pre- 
pares the students for participation in church business meetings; and devotional 
keynotes, which remit in drawing the st idents closer to the Lord Jesus Christ. 



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Page Forty 



An ARTIST in the midst! . . . Whistle while we work 
Workin to play . . . Any Seconds? 
Snip! . . .Snap . . . Click! 

Face-Lifting? . . . Kitchen Maid . . . Diggin' Dot 



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ay, 







Ready, Aim — . . . "Towering" John . . . Basket! 

Frahn-cee-sco ! . . . IJeave-ho, my lads . . . Croquet 
Charlie Number Two . . . Sock that Ball! 



Page Forty-one 



GV ce 1 1 es fro i / 1 1- eisburg 




The Sals/nan's . . . "Come, into my parlor" . . . Feeding time 
The Joneses . . . Readin an Rockin' . . . The Smiths 
"Mutt and Jeff" Brant . . . Kitchen Comfort . . . The Mays- 
Bible College "Grandchildren" . . . Phil and Eldora Schwab 
Ricky's First Birthday . . . The Foxes and the Scholtes 



Page Forty-two 





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evince 



Page Forty-three 





7 



risiian 



ervice 



Providing practical experience in soul-winning, teaching, and related min- 
istries, Christian service is an integral part of the preparation of each student at 
CBC. Everyone is given an opportunity for supervised service — actually win- 
ning souls to the Saviour while he is studying under consecrated Christian 
leaders who can help him solve his problems from week to week. 

The Christian Service departments supply workers for Sunday Schools, 
Junior Churches, orphanages, playgrounds, Bible clubs and classes for both 
colored and white, jails, reform schools, chain gangs, and prisons. Several of 
the men are pastors of churches. This year the purchase of many Christian 
service vehicles included a "Gospel Car," designed to reach children in sec- 
tions of Columbia not touched in other ways. 

Thus the Christian Service Department is primarily a laboratory providing 
for every student a practical application of his classroom theory. 




Page Forty-four 




Industrial School . . . Student Pastor- 
Deputation group . . . Booth at State Fair . . . Bible Club 

Results — showing the Wordless Book . . . Street Meeting 



Page Forty- five 




3u (iH&ttflrfam 

WILLIAM MADISON WILSON 

1922-1947 



"But seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all these things 
shall be added unto you. 1 ' Matthew 6:33, his life verse. 

He has not left us — this friend who, on September IS, 1947, passed through 
the shadow of death to the sunlight of the presence of God. Madison Wilson, 
veteran and missionary volunteer, though struck down by a drunken driver, is 
reaping in death the harvest of seed sown in a life characterized by unswerving 
devotion to the cause of Christ. The tract "One Day at the Fair,'" relating 
briefly the facts of his conversion and subsequent zeal for Christ, has already 
been used to bring many souls to Christ. His testimony in life and death has 
challenged each of us as his classmates to strive more earnestly for the sal- 
vation of those souls for whom his Saviour and ours has died. 



Page Forty-six 




cJruili CJor "Jjouili 



One of the most interesting of all the student activities is the weekly radio 
broadcast, planned and produced by the students themselves. Truth For Youth 
began November, 1945, broadcasting over WKIX with 250 watts. Since that 
date the station has increased to 1000 watts, and the program reaches out in all 
directions telling forth in song and testimony the glad tidings of Christ. 

The Truth For Youth Octette have made themselves indispensable. The 
male quartette and the women's trios have become equally well known, and 
these, together with occasional duets and solos, give to the broadcast a colorful 
variety of sacred music. 

Again, it is usually the students who bring the testimonies and the impelling 

Gospel message, setting forth to the youth of 
Columbia the reality of Christ in a young per- 
son's life. 




The power behind the song . 



Announcing 



Nell at work 



Page Forty-seven 




Better " mark- em' 



The Kings and the "Prince' 



11 SIC 



Music is vital to Christian Service. In the past few years the faculty has 
sought to build up the Music department in order that those who train here 
might go forth equipped to give out the gospel message not only in word, but 
also in song. Courses in notation, hymnology, and music appreciation provide 
the foundation and background for the more advanced fields of voice, piano, 
and conducting. There are also opportunities to sing in groups — trios, quar- 
tettes, and larger choral groups. By taking advantage of these courses, each 
student may gain the musical knowledge which plays so important a part in the 
training of successful Christian workers. 




School Days . . . "CBS Trio Vocalizing' 



Page Forty-eight 



Q/ tit cle 1 1 i C/o re i a 1 1 



issions 



d lows nth 




OFFICERS 

President Dave Knowlton 

l r ice-President Don Rulison 

Secretary Margie Booz 

Treasurer Clint Hammond 

Adviser Dr. Culley 

Outstanding campus organization 
at CBC is FMF— local chapter of 
the National Student Foreign Mis- 
sions Fellowship. Special distinction 
of the local chapter is that it is the 
parent chapter of the national or- 
ganization. 

In the summer of 1935 FMF was 
born at the summer conference 
grounds in Ben Lippen. This step 

was taken after the prayerful consideration of those interested in the Student 
Volunteer Movement. 

From this small beginning the Fellowship soon reached out to Christian 
students in Universities, Colleges, and Bible Institutes throughout the whole 
United States. Last year the national officers of the FMF felt it advantageous 
to merge with the Inter-Varsity Fellowship in order to promote the realization 
of a world-wide missionary vision among the secular schools as well. Since 
this merger many new chapters have been added, helping to fulfill the FMF 
motto, "The Lord Jesus Christ unto the uttermost." 

The fact that over 200 students have gone forth to the foreign field shows 
the effectiveness of the local chapter in stimulating missionary interest on the 
campus through its program of weekly meetings, deputations, and missionary 
giving. 




Local Officers . . . Regional Officers 



Page Forty-nine 



@£B@ efparL 9Q119 




Prayer-group leaders, First Semester . . . Ann Chilis and Neva 
Summer Deputation team . . . Leland Wang . . . Erskine girls 
Georgia Scenery . . . Dr. Hugh Moreton . . . Bryan delegates 

Prayer-group leaders. Second Semester . . . Executives "Executing' 



Page Fifty 






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occoa \^ on jerc 1 1 ce 




Lakeshore devotions . . . The Snapper snapped . . . What? 
Cheese! . . . OXE, two, three, four! . . . Bored? 

Parking'? . . . Trouble shooter shot . . . Ticket, please? 



Page Fifty -one 




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viation 



"Hey Ralph! I've soloed! Boy, was it great !" This enthusiastic greeting has 
become a familiar one this year. Many students have soloed, and four have 
received their private pilot's licenses. 

It is a thrilling event when one of these student fliers goes up into the blue 
for the first time alone; but it's nothing to the thrill there will be a few years 
from now, when these same students are out on the harvest fields of the world 
speeding the spread of the Gospel through this new method of missionary en- 
deavor. 

Introduced at CBC in January, 1946, through the cooperation of the Haw- 
thorne Flying Service, this department now merits a special curriculum in the 
catalogue entitled "Missionary Aviation." 




Page Fifty-tivo 




HAPPY EXECUTIVES 



lumm 



Though scattered around the world, CBC alumni are vitally united to the 
college by the work of the Alumni Association. 

Important forward step of the graduates this year was the appointment of a 
full-time alumni secretary on the campus to integrate the alumni program and 
interests. This year's alumni secretary, Miss Marguerite McQuilkin, super- 
vised publication of the CeBeCequel, alumni newspaper, and the alumni direc- 
tory, handled all alumni correspondence, and managed the campus office. 
Alumni contributions this year reached a new high under the new program. 

Homecoming on Thanksgiving day was another new project of the associa- 
tion under direction of the executive committee. The largest and most successful 
homecoming in the history of the old grads, the Homecoming day program was 
climaxed by the evening convocation put on by alumni for the entire college 
family. 

Latest reports from the alumni office show over 200 members now on the 
mission field. Another 75 men are pastors; over 60 women teaching, the ma- 
jority of whom teach Bible in the public schools. 





At home 



Abroad . . . At home from Abroad 



Page Fifty-three 




George and Grade . . . "Marfy" . . . Just US three. 
Tit tat toe . . . Edith . . . JJmn, good! 

Ready? . . . Don't take it yet! . . . Interesting game! 



Page Fifty-four 




'We are table best of all" . . . "four wheels and goes" 

Greenhorns . . . Not rumors — bored-ers . . . Welcome . . . sneaking? 
'Tween us and the fence . . . just Betty 

Wa-a-ait a minute! . . . "Now in Africa ..." Sophs at ease 



Page Fifty-five 



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other consideration in the Presbyterian Ministers' Fund. Costs are kept 
down in his interest. No time or trouble is spared to give information 
and advice. Claims get tbe right of way. Extreme measures are taken 
to avoid lapsing policies. Investments are made with an eye single to the 
good estate of the insured. In short, the policyholder receives the honors 
of an unseen guest at every official gathering. 

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About once a month Ernest Gordon unearths 
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Aunt Mary will frequently answer difficult 

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Occasional articles on recent archaeological 

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Notes on Open Letters answer puzzling and 
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Christian Endeavor topics thoroughly ex- 
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DRESS SHOP 

1228 HAMPTON ST. 
COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Ready-to-Wear (Juniors, Misses 
Large and Half Sizes) 

Millinery 

Lingerie 

Gloves 



Compliments of 



RE HERS 



Columbia, S. C. 



Page Sixty-seven- 



ANN LEWIS DRESS SHOP 

Complete Women's Apparel From 
Head to Toe 



1534 Main St. 
Columbia, S. C. 



THE REMBERT COMPANY 

SOAPS • WAXES • GERMICIDES 

522 Devine Street 

Phone 2-1551 

Columbia, South Carolina 



CROWSON-STONE 
PRINTING COMPANY 

• * * 

Printers and Lithographers 

* * * 

Specializing in 

Fine Commercial Stationery, 

Insurance Policies, Business Forms and 

Advertising Color Work 

805-9 MAIN STREET PHONE 2-4109 
COLUMBIA, S. C. 



FOR QUALITY JEWELRY 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, AND 

SILVERWARE 

See 

HAMILTON'S, Inc. 

1611 Main St., Columbia, S. C. 



COLUMBIA LAUNDRY 
AND DRY CLEANING 

1323 Taylor Street DRY CLEANING 

PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE or 

Conveniently Located for 

CASH and CARRY 



ECKERD'S 

CUT-RATE DRUG STORE 

Creators of Reasonable Drug Prices 

-*- 

1530 MAIN STREET 

South Carolina's Most Modern 
Drug Store 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 



Page Sixty-eight 





First-Class 


Service at 


ARCADE BARBER SHOP 




EIGHT 


CHAIRS 




Arcade 


Building 


Main 


Street 


Columbia, S. C. 



McCRORYS 
5 & 10c Store 

"We Have What You Want 
When You Want It" 

1556 Main Street 



PEOPLES' BAKERY 

Cakes — Pies and Pastries 

WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY 
CAKES OUR SPECIALTY 

1331 Main Street 
Phone 6220 



MARSHALL'S, Inc. 

'Known for Quality Mens Wear 

- & ~ 

1535 MAIN STREET 
COLUMBIA, S. C. 



Congratulations of the 



Mechanics Contracting Company 

1325 MAIN STREET 

on the erection of the new dormitory and classroom building. 

With BEST WISHES to the Columbia Bible College 

for continued advancement of her fine work of 

Making Christ Known. 



Page Sixty-nine 



We Serve Your College 

QUALITY MEATS AND 
GROCERIES 



Lower Main Street 
Super Market 

Phone 7617 905 Main Street 




Columbia's 

Completely 

Feminine Store 



k/ee& 



zee 



PAINT STORE 

GIFTS ART SUPPLIES 

PAINT WALLPAPER GLASS 

1218 Main Street Phone 6947 



PRODUCING and distributing Electricity for homes, farms, commercial 
establishments, and industrial plants in all or part of ten counties in 
central South Carolina . . . manufacturing and distributing gas in Columbia 
and its environs for homes, commercial businesses, and industrial enterprises 
. . . providing transportation in Columbia and its suburbs . . . this is our job! 

Adequacy in all of these services for tbe present and with a generous 
reserve for future growth of this area . . . dependable, economic delivery 
always . . . this is our aim! 

A privately owned tax-paying South Carolina Industry, directed and 
managed by South Carolina people. 

Sovik GaAaUna Zleefoic & Qai Gamp&tu/, 

Principal Office: COLUMBIA 

Branch Offices at 
BATESBURG, JOHNSTON. LEXINGTON, SALUDA, AND ST. MATTHEWS 



Page Seventy 



ART FLOWER SHOP 

1227 HAMPTON AVENUE PHONE 2-6781 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

"When you say it with Flowers, 
Say it ivith Ours." 



S. B. McMASTER, Inc. 

1231 HAMPTON ST. 
Columbia's Complete Sporting Goods Store 



SYLVAN BROTHERS 

JEWELERS AND DIAMOND MERCHANTS 

QUALITY MERCHANDISE ONLY 

"Alivays Remember . . . Price Is Soon Forgotten 

. . . Quality Never!" 

1500 MAIN STREET, CORNER HAMPTON 
COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Compare Our Prices and Quality. 
You 11 Find Our Prices Low 



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f-fl J 

i miner <rJ cliool 




Growing Horns . . . Hungri-Lee . . . Chug, chug, chug 

"Bugs!" . . . Sesqui Falls; DON'T you! . . . Go jump in the Lake! 
"But, how COULD it be wrong!" . . . Studying Leaves . . . 
Shep's Biological Garden 



Page Seventy-tivo 



L^'han kscn \nna hJJ 



giving h^L^aij 




Between the halves . . . Heralding "his" arrival . . . The cat's "Meow" 
Huddle of the Blue Streaks 

From the Sophs . . . The "Refs" confer . . . First-place Freshmen 

Poor Kitty . . . The End of a Perfect Day . . . You grabbed the 
Sneak — but not the ball 



/ XT (G) of, Q- 

1 1 a Ly n K_yur k^J pa re Qy i n 



le . . 




School picnics . . . "Cuttin Up" 

Home for week-ends . . . Dates . . . Writing Home . . . Campus Cleanup 
Trips to town . . . Sight Seeing in the City . . . Church 



Page Seventy-four 



Pearce- Young- Angel 
Company 

Wholesale Food Distributors 

AIMS TO PLEASE YOUR 
COLLEGE 



Columbia, S. C. 
828 Gervais Street Pbone 2-4315 



Congratulations and Best W ishes 

to the 
GRADUATING CLASS of 1948 

The 
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 



Cob 



1713 Main St. 

Pbone 2-1733 



SOUTHERN SCALE 

and 
REFRIGERATOR CO. 

1010 Gervais Street 
Columbia, Soutb Carolina 



EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR 

HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND 

INSTITUTIONS 



Pbone 9749 



Pbone 8733 



JOYNER & OSTEEN 




JEWELERS 




Watch and Clock Repair a Specialty 


All Work Guaranteed 




Reasonable Prices 1506 Sumter 


St. 


Pbone 4-1235 





DEPENDABLE 


TAXI SERVICE 


CHECKER 


CAB 


CO. 


DIAL 


2-33 11 





Page Seventy-five 



The 




To Buy: 



CANDY 
COOKIES 

COFFEE AND . . . 
TOILET ARTICLES, 
ETC. 

For that 
Afternoon Snack 
and Evening Pep-Up 

Hours: 4-4:30; 9:30- 
10:00 p. m. 



MEN'S CAMPUS 



BUILDING 3 



Supervisor: Mr. John Hehi. 



CATCH UP ! 

GET AHEAD ! 

at 

C.B.C. Summer School 

Something New: 

• FULL YEAR. TWO SEMESTERS 

• 10 HOURS CREDIT POSSIBLE 
IN 8 WEEKS 

• JUNE 5-JULY 30 

TUITION FREE 

Courses include Bible, Greek and Special 
Courses in the Graduate School of Missions 

Write: Registrar, Columbia Bible College 
Columbia, South Carolina 




FOR GIFTS . . . 

FOR DEVOTIONAL READING 

* Studying Our Lord's Parables $ .35 

* The Message of Romans 2.00 

* Victory in Christ 2.00 

* Four Fundamentals 10 

* The Lord Is My Shepherd .25 

* Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled .35 

* Lord, Teach Us to Pray .50 

* Why Is It Right for a Christian 'mrpw. 1 J 
to Fight? 05 ■tfraiw''^ 

Order from 

Bible College Book Store 

Box 229, Columbia, South Carolina 




Page Seventy-six 







SEXTON 

FRENCH DRESSING 

Enjoy this treat when you go out to 
eat ... at better hotels and restaurants 
everywhere. 



Sexton 





SUNDAY SCHOOL LITERATURE 



"TRUE TO THE WORD" 

Lesson Quarterlies For Pupils 

for all ages and departments. Also lesson leaflets and Sunday 
School papers for weekly distribution. 

FOLLOWING THE UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL LESSONS 

Lesson Helps For Teachers Superintendents, 
and Preachers 

Teachers' quarterlies and valuable lesson helps for superin- 
tendents, Bible students and preachers. 



UNION GOSPEL PRESS box 6059 Cleveland, Ohio 



Page Seventy-seven 



Visit 

CABANISS 

Correct Ladies' Apparel 



1637 Main Street 



Faith Theological 
Seminary 



Fundamental Premillennial 

Scholarly 

A Bible-centered curriculum taught by 
Bible-believing men 

A warm Christian fellowship — in a 

student body whose vision 

includes the world 



For Information, Address: 

Dr. Allan A. MacRae, Pres. 

1303 Delaware Avenue 

Wilmington 19, Delaware 






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X \ „.v-# 



* ... IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 

. . . keeping step with the state 
and growing with Columbia 

BELK'S . . . South Carolina's Largest Department Store 



Page Seventy-eight 




Congratulations and Best Wishes 

To 

The "Flying Missionaries" 



DIXIE AVIATION CO. 



Owens Field Columbia, S. C. 



DRAUGHON'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Fully Accredited 
Standard Business Courses 



Located at 

1218 Sumter Street 
COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Telephone 5951 



PERRY-MANN 


ELECTRIC 


CO. 


Distri 


butors of 




GENERAL ELECTRIC PRODUCTS 




Columbia 


Charleston 


South 


Carolina 





- CUNNINGHAM 


LUMBER CO. 


MILLWORK 


LUMBER 


Our Motto: To Please 


639 Elmwood Ave. 


Phone 8154 



Page Scvcnty-tiinc 



THE CAPl TiVL A LIFi ilEALTH 




SPECIALIZING IN 
HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE 



Pays Thirty Days Hospitalization Out of Each Year 



• PAYS FOR ANY CASE 

• NON-CANCELLABLE 

• GUARANTEED RATES 

• EMERGENCY HOSPITAL 
BENEFITS 



CASH SURRENDER VALUES 

PAID-UP INSURANCE 

LIFE INSURANCE 

WAIVER OF PREMIUM FOR 
PERMANENT DISABILITY 



The Company 'Carries' the Risk; the UN insured 'Takes' the Risk 

THE CAPITAL LIFE and HEALTH INSURANCE 
COMPANY 

Telephone 2-6368 
Home Office: Columbia, S. C. Lester L. Bates, President 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 




i 


wL.c 


MC 






m^_ ^-^ y^ — — 




SEE THE 


NEW 


1948 PONTIAC 




. . . Now on 


Display . . . 




PONTIAC 


SALES 


and SERVICE 




* 


* 


* 


NEW 


CAR DEPARTMENT 


SERVICE DEPARTMENT 


USED 


CAR DEPARTMENT 


PARTS DEPARTMENT 




1925 Main Street 




1114 Calhoun Street 




Phone 2-4021 




Phones 3311 and 7081 



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n retrospect 



In the years to come may the events and 
memories so vividly portrayed herein be re- 
viewed and relived with only the most pleasant 
of recollections. 

We are grateful for having had the privilege 
of playing a part in perpetuating "These Steps" 
to a higher life for each of you. 




1223 Franklin Street Co/umbia.V.L- 

PHONES 9681-4-4575 



Page Eighty-tivo 




Your Annual - - - 

A bridge from the future 
back to your College Days. 



Irtish £\ flkoto&igravers 

columbia.s.c. 
1311 Sumter St. Phone 4-3766 



Page Eighty-three 




THE PLACE FOR YOU 

TAYLOR has room for students today. 
Room to train you for Christian leader- 
ship . . . just as it has done for over 100 
years. 

COURSES leading to A.B. degree, in- 
cluding majors in music and science. B.S. 
in Ed. Degree. Pre-professional and Pre- 

Nursing. 

CATERING to Christian Young men 
and women who want a school academi- 
cally high, with high standards of devotion 
and separation from the world. 



Write today 

Taylor University 

UPLAND, INDIANA 



Compliments of 



LAFAYE, LAFAYE & FAIR 



Architects 



COLUMBIA, S. C. 



Page Eighty-four 



Jem a 



irectory 



Abrahamsen, Jean A. Box 308, Orange, Virginia 

Adcox, Tommye N. Berry, Alabama 

Addleton, Hubert F. Route 5, Macon, Georgia 

Aims, Margaret E. 37 Colonial Terrace, East Orange, N. J. 

Alderman, James O. Route 2, Box 410, Sarasota, Fla. 

Allebach, Marion A. Route 1, Sellersville, Pa. 

Allison, John W. 2121 E. 6th St., Long Beach, Calif. 

Anderson, Ha Mae Emmalena, Kentucky 

Anderson, James E. E. Main St., New Egypt, New Jersey 

Anderson, Marlys Julia Emmalena, Kentucky- 
Andrews, Eleanor I. 629 S. Church St., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Armstrong, Evelyn E., 

1827 "E" St., N.E., Washington, 2, D. C. 

Arner, Sally L. 2951 Third Ave., S., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Avery, Dorothy J. 122 San Antonio Blvd., Norfolk, 5, Va. 

Avery, Wallace L. 122 San Antonio Blvd., Norfolk, 5, Va. 

Banks, Carolyn 302 S. First, Globe, Arizona 

Barnes, A. Grace Beech Bluff, Tennessee 

Barnes, John P. 235 Summit Rd., Springfield, Pa. 

Bamett, Hazel M. 5933 Pershing Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Barrett, Stephen J. 335 Tiffin Ave., Ferguson, 21, Mo. 

Barrs, Eugenia L. 512 Screven St., Quitman, Ga. 

Bates, Ralph 2715 Watson Blvd., Endicott, N. Y. 

Beacham, Ann 47 Euclid Ave., Willoughby, Ohio 

Beacham, George D. 47 Euclid Ave., Willoughby, Ohio 

Beacham, Gordon 47 Euclid Ave., Willoughby, Ohio 

Beal, Charles H. 921 N. Central Ave., Hapeville, Ga. 

Beard, Leonard Clearwater, S. C. 

Beauchamp, Betty A. 37 Alden Ave., Cradock, Va. 

Beckley, Warren J. 306 Johns St., Holly, Mich. 

Beitzel, Martha Ruth Batesburg, S. C. 

Bell, Ralph 421 Woodsboro Dr., Royal Oak, Mich. 

Bennett, Richard A. 103 West Calveras, Altedena, Calif. 

Bennett, L. Tifton Libum, Ga. 

Berry, Evelyn M. 163 Briarwood R., Route 2, Atlanta, Ga. 

Blackburn, E. Genevieve, 

122 San Antonio Blvd., Norfolk, 5, Va. 

Blair, Howard C. 1216 Myrtlewood Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. 

Boland, Jeanette M. 106 George St., Muscatine, Iowa 

Booz, Majorie E. 100 S. Clifton Ave., Aldan, Pa. 

Borman, Marlytte B. 12 Richards St., Geneva, Illinois 

Bost, Sara 208 Fink St., Concord, N. C. 

Bowe, Gertrude V. 2209 Center St., Catlettsburg, Ky. 

Bowman, Betty Austin Springs Rd., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Brannon, Mary Ann __301 Crewdson Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Bransford, Annie Lee 510 E. Cheatham St., Union City, Tenn. 

Brant, Robert O. Ocklawaha, Fla. 

Braswell, James Otis P.O. Box 1761, Ft. Walton, Fla. 

Britt, James G. 1616 Pickens St., Columbia, S. C. 

Brosius, Robert E. 937 South 2nd St., Sunbury, Pa. 

Brouwer, Harold W. 1647 S. Cuyler Ave., Berwyn, 111. 

Brown, Elaine R.F.D. 2, Manlius, New York- 
Brown, Nancy A. __1334 Stockley Gardens, Apt. 2, Norfolk, Va. 

Brownlee, Elaine 158 E. Walnut Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Buckley, Evelyn J. Box 216-A, Route 6, Duluth, Minn. 

Buckley, Mildred E. Box 216-A, Route 6, Duluth, Minn. 

Buhhr, Joyce N. 149 Madison St., Brooklyn, 16, N. Y. 

Burnett, Ollie Sue 516 E. Cheatham St., Union City, Tenn. 

Burton, Clifford K. 415 Whitaker St., Savannah, Ga. 

Cail, James N. 2026 Sharon Lane, Charlotte, N. C. 

Cail, Martha Frances 2026 Sharon Lane, Charlotte, N. C. 

Callaway, Kate F. __308 W. Holston Ave., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Callaway, Katherine Aline Route 6, Anderson, S. C. 

Cameron, Chester Alvin __1503 Fairview Dr., Columbia, S. C. 

Camp, Clayton L. Garden City, Minn. 

Camp, Verna Garden City, Minn. 

Carpenter, Gustava ST. Route, Susquehanna, Penn. 



Carroll, Annie Laura __2615 Chesterfield Ave., Charlotte, N. C. 
Cartee, Clifford C. _. Route 2, Box 317, West Columbia, S. C. 
Carter, James P., 

Apt. C-2, Columbia Bible College, Cola., S. C. 

Carter, Marion Apt. C-2, Bible College, Columbia, S. C. 

Carter, William P. 120 White Oak Park, Sumter, S. C. 

Cather, William B., Jr. 39-24th St., Bristol, Tenn. 

Chaincy, Earl S. 2815 Park St., Columbia, S. C. 

Chandler, Vernon, Jr., R.F.D. 2, Johnson City, New York 

Chapman, Eunice 423 Telfair St., Augusta, Ga. 

Chenault, Bryan Newtown, Va. 

Chenault, Doris M. 5204 Ashley, Detroit, Mich. 

Chilton, M. Charlotte 156 Grove St., N. Plainfield, N. J. 

Christopher, Samuel, Jr., R. 2, Box 549-A, West Columbia, S. C. 

Cockrell, Marvin D. R.F.D. 1, Batesburg, S. C. 

Collins, G. Dean Fort Mill, S. C. 

Cook, Hazel M. Box 142, Cordova, Alabama 

Cook, Herman H. Route 1, Kannapolis, N. C. 

Cook, Jeanne Route 1, Kannapolis, N. C. 

Cook, O'Neal 1522 Gregg St., Columbia, S. C. 

Copeland, James M. 515 Whaley St., Columbia, S. C. 

Cowger, Janet Fort Seybert, West Virginia 

Crane, Alice _. 426 Evesham Ave., Baltimore, 12, Md. 

Cummingham, Edward G. Hastings, West Virginia 

Cummingham, Gladys Route 3, Marianna, Fla. 

Cushnic, Ellen 728 W. Newell St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Daniel, Robert E., 

1663 Fort Davis Place, S. E., Washington, D. C. 

Daniels, Carolyn 1913 Ann St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Daniels, Robert E. 313 Castle St., Wilmintogn, N. C. 

Davis, Archie 200 Elford Terrace, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Davis, James L. R.F.D. 1, Kingston Springs, Tenn. 

Davis, Jervis T. 1840 Walker St., Augusta, Ga. 

Davis, Pat A. 115 Rose Avenue, Greenville, S. C. 

Davis, Ruth 1721 Plaza, Charlotte, N. C. 

Dillard, George P. 134 Fieldcrest Rd., Draper, N. C. 

Dillard, Morris 109 Ave. S. E., Childress, Texas 

Doverspike, Betty R. 114 S. Salem Ave., Sumter, S. C. 

Doverspike, William F. 114 S. Salem Ave., Sumter, S. C. 

Downey, Josephine 2636 Wilmot Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Drechsel, Edgar A. 94 Tittany PI., Maplewood, N. J. 

Duff, Martha E. Route 2, Box 73, Lenoir City, Tenn. 

Duvall, Clifton Cohen __1353 Dupont Ave., S.E., Atlanta, Ga. 
Duval], Nellie G. 1353 Dupont Ave., S.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Easley, Betty Leaksville, N. C. 

Edge, Joseph 620 N. Lenola Road, Moorestown, N. J. 

Ekstrom, Jonathan 7251 W. Farwell Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Eremic, Douglas 3498 Beniteau Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Eremic, Virginia P.O. Box 2173, Charlotte, N. C. 

Erikson, Walter 726 N. 12th St., DeKalb, 111. 

Etchison, Preston 1000 Woodrow St., Columbia, S. C. 

Ernest, Faye T. Route 1, Megargel, Texas 

Erwin, Frank 1306 35th St., Birmingham, Ala. 

Estes, Marilyn E. 804 Augusta St., Greenville, S. C. 

Evertsberg, Dave N. 2120 Horton Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Falkenstein, Delores D. 1102 West Poplar St., York, Pa. 

Ferguson, Dorothy Gail, 1418 Oakmont Rd., Charleston, W. Va. 

Ferry, Russell H. 101.52 110 St., Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

Finley, Laurie 1417 Woodrow St., Columbia, S. C. 

Fish, Priscilla J. 326 St. George St., Toronto, S., Canada 

Fitzsimmons, Barbara Route 4, Box 344, Turlock, Calif. 

Fitzsimmons, Raymond R.R. 2, Roachdale, Ind. 

Flanagan, Clarence J. 401 Cleavland, Amarillo, Texas 

Foster, O. Robert Route 1, Portsmouth, Ohio 

Fox, Harry E. 755 Moore Ave., Williamsport, Pa. 

Fox, Margaret L. 3710 Yosemite Ave., Baltimore, Md. 



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indent hJJireclor 



Continued 



Fox, Roger 1600 Blanding St., Apt. D-4, Columbia, S. C. 

Frederick, Warren Highway 1, Columbia, S. C. 

French, Stanley K., 

819 Woodward Ave., Ridgewood, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Friedkin, John .. 2442 N. 44th St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Froehlich, Robert F., 2105 N. 44th St., No. 1, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Gaffner, Geraldine M. 1421 E. 60th St., Chicago, 111. 

Gaines, Jane Ellen 214 Coffee St., Talladega, Ala. 

Gantt, Doris 1125'/, Woodrow St., Columbia, S. C. 

Garcia, Francisco Box 131, Placetas, Cuba 

Gardner, Leonard R.F.D. 3, Winnsboro, S. C. 

Gehman, Marie 364 Walnut St., Denv.r, Pa. 

Gilchrist, Phoebe 461 N. Maryland Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 

Goodall, Wanda 2121 E. 6th St., Long Beach, 14, Calif. 

Graham, Sophie P. 1214 Princeton Dr., Glendale, Calif. 

Grant, Wm. R. Batesburg, S. C. 

Graves, Irma M. Seagrove, N. C. 

Greene, Dorothy 302 E. 11th Ave., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Grimes, Paul E. 2214 Holt Drive, Columbia, S. C. 

Gudschinsky, Sarah C. 1008 3rd St., Bay City, Mich. 

Gustafson, Gordon C. 1750 N. Sawyer Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Hains, Elizabeth Oak Ridge Cottage, Winona Lake, Ind. 

Hamilton, Thomas G., Jr. Pearson, Ga. 

Hammond, Clinton 2436 37th Ave., Minneapolis, 6, Minn. 

Hardy, Louise Roberts St., Swainsboro, Ga. 

Hargrave, Opie Mountain Home, Ark. 

Haroldsen, George 193 Roosevelt Ave., Valley Stream, N. Y. 

Hartman, Stanley 780 S. Graham, Memphis, Tenn. 

Haughton, Patricia __207 Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Hawkins, Cecil 152 N. State St., Rittman, Ohio 

Haynes, Arthur A. 112 Cottman Ave., Cheltenham, Pa. 

Heidlauf, June L. 20 N. Knight Ave., Park Ridge, 111. 

Hendricks, Eugene L. Route 3, Box 199, Pensacola, Fla. 

Herron, June A. _ 629 Schuylkill St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Hertzog, Catherine A. Peddie Schook, Hightstown, N. J. 

Heusinkveld, Richard H., 1743 6th Ave., S.E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Hill, Jennings, Jr. Box 388, Salisbury, N. C. 

Hinkel, George E. __ ___5300 Addison St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hodge, Esther 2 Hillcrest Ave., Yorkville, N. Y. 

Hodges, Russell H. __Apt. 6-A, 1600 Blanding, Columbia, S. C. 
Hoeflinger, Catherine M. __1313 E. Main, Lansing, 12, Mich. 

Hollingsworth, William E. 2131 Park St., Columbia, S. C. 

Hooker, Virginia Tobaccoville, N. C. 

Horton. H. Jean 385 Mathewson Place, SW, Atlanta, Ga. 

Howell, Grace E. Route 1, Box 129, Evergreen, Ala. 

Humphreys, Gwen 118 E. Providence Rd., Aldan, Pa. 

Hungerpiller, Marian E. R.F.D. 1, Orangeburg, S. C. 

Hurley, Harriet P. 539 Tougy Ave., Pitman, N. J. 

Hyatt, James E. 1900 Liberty St., Columbia, S. C. 

Iwan, Edward L. 815 Elton Ave., Bronx, New York City 

Jacobsen, Alice Box 99, Largo, Fla. 

Jenkins, Eldera Dee Devers, Texas 

Jensen, Roy 142 Goodwin Ave., Staten Island, 2, N. Y. 

Jensen, Ruth M. 1 Ronada Ave., Oakland, 11, Calif. 

Johnson, Bemice G. R. 2, Box 254, West Columbia, S. C. 

Johnson, Harvey R. 2, Box 638, West Columbia, S. C. 

Johnston, Pauline A. __7225 Natural Bridge, St. Louis, 21, Mo. 

Jones, Gladys M. Greenfield Center. R.F.D., New York 

Jones, Mary Jane 44 Walnut St., Haddonfield, N. J. 

Jones, Morgan 22 Fairview Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Jones, Neva Greenfield Center, R.F.D., New York 

Keever, Lorene Route 2, Hiddenite, N. C. 

Kemp, Anne 322 Jefferson Terrace, East Point, Ga. 



Kennedy, Sarah 317 Johnson St., Clinton, N. C. 

Kennedy, Sue 1144 Eleanor St., Knoxville, Tenn. 

King, Carolyn Route 3, Asheville, N. C. 

King, Harold 525 Highland Blvd., San Antonio, Texas 

Kirkwood, Donald 30 East Chelton Rd., Chester, Pa. 

Knight, Alba Jean 1014 E. Henry Ave., Tampa, 4, Fla. 

Knight, Patricia Ann 1014 E. Henry Ave., Tampa, 4, Fla. 

Knowlton, David Edinboro, Pa. 

Knowlton, Rebecca S. Box 206, Edinboro, Pa. 

Kotiadis, Anne 3135 Fairfield Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Laird, Marian J. 3145 S. Cherokee, Englewood, Colorado 

Lee, Francis 1737 College Drive, Columbia, S. C. 

Lefever, Ormand 412 S. Sheridan St., Pana, 111. 

Legant, Harold 219 Marion Ave., Big Rapids, Mich. 

Lindsey, Dorothy N. Dallas, Ga. 

Livingston, Roberta M. Berlin, New York 

Long, G. Ray Tignall, Ga. 

Lucas, Earl Gaston, S. C. 

Lucas, Jonathan Box 198, Folly Beach, S. C. 

Ludlam, E. Jane 503 Augusta St., Greenville, S. C. 

Lynch, Evelyn M. 54 Holt Ave., Macon, Ga. 

Madeira, Eugene 314 College Ave., Elizabethtown, Pa. 

Mahar, Bernard 1313 E. Main St., Lansing, Mich. 

Mahar, Ruth 1313 E. Main St., Lansing, Mich. 

Marshall, Florence W. 2505 Ferris Rd., Wilmington, Del. 

Marshall, Harry G. 2505 Ferris Rd., Wilmington, Del. 

Martin, Marion Route 2, Conway, S. C. 

Martinez, Magdalen 22 Ft. Greene PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

May, Robert L. Route 2, Box 8, Ellenton, S. C. 

McDowell, Samuel --Columbia Bible College, Columbia, S. C. 
McElveen, Mary Alice _. _-_2733 Wheat St., Columbia, S. C. 

McFarland, John L. 612 W. 37th St., Savannah, Ga. 

McGill, Olin 1321 Calhoun St., Columbia, S. C. 

McLeod, James E. 716 E. Council St., Salisbury, N. C. 

McMullen, Margaret 1813 Pickens, Columbia, S. C. 

McNeill, John D. 1302 Pinecraft Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

Meacham, Mary K. Route 3, Martin, Tenn. 

Meier, Barbara 5812 Quebec St., Berwyn Heights, Md. 

Midyett, James T. Route 2, Kenton, Tenn. 

Miller, Doris Batesburg, S. C. 

Miller, Vivian R. Route 2, Box 135, West Point, Miss. 

Mills, Elizabeth 8557 Ellsworth, Detroit, 21, Mich. 

Mitchell, Louise 222 Walnut St., Wilmington, Del. 

Mood, Frank 19 Hillcrest Ave., Collingswood, N. J. 

Moore, Barbara 422 McLean St., Portsmouth, Va. 

Moore, Betty Jane 2000 Oxford St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Morgan, Ruth 1225 E. Strong St., Pensacola, Fla. 

Morse, Phebe Pineville, N. C, c-o Dr. R. C. Reid 

Moses, Don K. 2107 Delaware Ave., Pittsburg, 18, Pa. 

Most, Mary A. 1515 Blanding St., Columbia, S. C. 

Munn, Robert 5 Keadyville Ave., Belfast, Ireland 

Musick, Henry G., Jr. Coulwood, Virginia 

Naile, Mildred 427 Heilig Ave., Salisbury, N. C. 

Neef, Ruth A. 27 Beech Ave., Aldan, Pa. 

Neef, William 27 Beech Ave., Aldan, Pa. 

Nelson, Beverly 713 N. Madison, Bay City, Mich. 

Nesmith, Ann P.O. Box 5084, Jacksonville, 7, Fla. 

Ness, Ingeborg, 

Freeman, Apt. 2, Garner's Ferry Rd., Columbia, S. C. 
Newman, Elizabeth L. __3107 Colonial Drive, Columbia, S. C. 

Newsom, Alice 205 Thornton St., Union Point, Ga. 

Newsom, James 205 Thornton St., Union Point, Ga. 

Newsom, Ruth 1076 Hardee St., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Niemeyer, Josephine 6919 Park Ave., Merchantville, N. J. 

Niemeyer, Warren 1915 Pratt St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Nizamain, Martha, Elmoie St., Central Islip, Long Island, N. Y. 



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Noell, Frank .. 310 B St., N.E., Washington 2, D. C. 

Okarma, Eugene 302 Colton Ave., Thomasville, Ga. 

Olsen, Astrid Columbia Bible College, Columbia, S. C. 

Opper, Annamae 213 East Avenue, Elyria, Ohio 

Orton, Margaret 238 E. Catherine St., Chambersburg, Pa. 

Osbom, Ralph Pinetown, N. C. 

Overstreet, Sarah Box 1195, Haines City, Fla. 

Parker, James __Apt. B-6, 1600 Blanding St., Columbia, S. C. 

Parker, William 2546 Sweetbriar Ave., Roanoke, 15, Va. 

Parrott. Dorothy 386 Fairview Ave., Elmhurst, 111. 

Parsons, Marshall Muirkird, Maryland 

Pearsall, Robert G. 76 Roosevelt St., Inwood, L. I. 4, N. Y. 

Pelly, Charles 20 Forrest St., River Rouge, 18, Mich. 

Perkinson, Mary Helen Route 2, Chester, Va. 

Peters, Louise Mountain Grove, Mo. 

Peterson, Donald C. B. C, Columbia, S. C. 

Phelps, Clinton __Apt. C-3, 1600 Blanding St., Columbia, S. C. 

Pierce, Lois 1875 Young Avenue, Memphis, Tenn. 

Polasky, Chester 4647 Haines Road, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Popp, Marie Lincoln & Riverview Aves., Claymont, Del. 

Potts, Mary V. 407 N. Natchez, Kosciuso, Miss. 

Powell, Grace E. 176 Cambridge St., Portsmouth, Va. 

Powlison, Lloyd 3626 Wilmot Ave., Columbia ,S. C. 

Ready, Ethel E. 1011 Muller Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Reed, Roland F. 885 Francis St., Longmont, Colo. 

Reiter, Barbara J. 2030 Plainfield, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Reiter, Don W. 8233 Greenwood Ave., Munster, Ind. 

Rembes, Alice 267 Sherman St.. Buffalo, 12, N. Y. 

Richardson, Eleanor 509 N. Church St., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Riley, Jacqueline 413 W. Wing St., Arlington Heights, 111. 

Roberts, Mizpah S. Nassau, N. P., Bahamas 

Robinson, John F. R.F.D. 2, Blackstock, S. C. 

Rogers, Gwen R. Palmebto Trailer Park, Palmetto, Fla. 

Rowlee, M. Faye 1053 Cherry Ave., Long Beach, Calif. 

Rulison, Donald E. R.D. 2, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Russ, Jimmie W. 1217 Chesapeake Ave., So. Norfolk, Va. 

Russ, William C. 1217 Chesapeake Ave., So. Norfolk, Va. 

Saltzman, Max A. 372 21st St., East Moline, 111. 

Saltzman, Violette M. 372 21st St., East Moline, 111. 

Sanders, H. Edward __13th & Liberty Sts., Harrisburg, Penna. 

Sanders, Ella M. 100 Morningside Drive, N. Y., N. Y. 

Sanders, Elsie M. Rt. 1, Goshen, Ala. 

Sanders, J. Frank 54 Woodvalc Ave., Greenville, S. C. 

Schlichter, Elizabeth M. 

139 Powell Rd., Springfield, Del. Co., Pa. 
Schmidt, William G. _^5938 Reach St., Philadelphia, 20, Penna. 

Scholte, Franklin E. 314 Madison St., Grand Haven, Mich. 

Schwab, Eldora J. 3802 Avenue 0'/ 2 , Galveston, Texas 

Schwab, John S. 3802 Avenue 1 /,, Galveston, Texas 

Scott, Robert H. 217 N. Easton Rd., Glenside, Pa. 

Seanor, Edward R. Muirkirk, Md. 

Sedgley, Edyth W. "Riverside," Rt. 1, Bristol, Tenn. 

Seigler, V. Catherine Walterboro, S. C. 

Sells, Harold E. 7629 Evans Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Sharpe, Jack Q. 2500 Superior St., Columbia, S. C. 

Shaw, Silas, B. T. 274 Duncan St., Greenwood, S. C. 

Shook, Irvin J. R.D. 3, Dallas, Penna. 

Shumpert, Retha L. Rt. 2, Box 371, West Columbia, S. C. 

Silar, Dorothy M. 1354 W. Market St., York, Penna. 

Smith, F. Evelyn 322 Jefferson Terrace, East Point, Ga. 

Smith, Harriett E. 1561 Waverly Place, Memphis, Tenn. 



Smith, E. Juanita 1780 Marjorie, Box 450, Memphis, Tenn. 

Smith, Natalie A. R.F.D. 2, Rochester, New Hampshire 

Smith, Richard T. 202 E. Second St., Corning, N. Y. 

Snow, R. Eugene Rt. 1, Box 73, Calera, Ala. 

Sorrells, Doris P. Weaverville, N. C. 

Speanburg, Elaine B. R.D. 3, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Spence, V. Ruth — Rt. 1, Gamer, N. C. 

Sprinkle, Jacqueline H. Rt. 1, Tryon, N. C. 

Standridge, Gordon 701 Newnan Ave., East Point, Ga. 

Standridge, James L. 701 Newnan Ave., East Point, Ga. 

Stapf, Beulah L. __Oak Hill Ave. NR. Belair Rd., Fullerton, Md. 

Stevens, Harold J. Rt. 1, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Stiles, Ernest A. Box 284, Robbinsville, N. C. 

Stoddard, Donald A. 3626 Wilmot Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Stoddard, James A. 260 W. 44th St., N. Y., 18, N. Y. 

Stoddard, Mildred E. 3636 Wilmot Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Stone, William D. Sharon, West Va. 

Story, Horace E. 3004 Colonial Drive, Columbia, S. C. 

Stout, Mildred L. 608 N. Boone, Johnson City, Tenn. 

Stover, Betty M. 416 First St.. South Winter Haven, Fla. 

Strieker, Lillian M. 312 Georgetown Rd., Glassboro, N. J. 

Stump, Margaret E. 132 S. Penn St., York, Penna. 

Sullivan, Wendell M. Box 105, Mt. Hermon, Calif. 

Sykes, Josephine M. Coulwood, Va. 

Tatem, Samuel W. 915 Wilson Rd., S. Norfolk, Va. 

Taylor, Agnes J. Rt. 3, Geneva, N. Y. 

Thorsby, Dorothy D. 203 S. Clinton Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Thorsby, Forrest S. 203 S. Clinton Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Till, E. Lloyd R.F.D. 1, Box 103, Orangeburg, S. C. 

Trevvett, Christine M. 1604 Pope Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Tucker, Winifred J. 472 Gramatan Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Tweten, Grace M. 1355-84th St., Brooklyn 28, N. Y. 

Vaughan, Harold E. Oak Hill, West Va. 

Wakefield, Richard A., 

S.A.I.M. Box 147, West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Wakefield, Virginia B. Star Rt. 2, Rison, Ark. 

Walker, Edwin S. P.O. Box 2183, Greenville, S. C. 

Walker, Thomas B. P.O. Box 2, Springfield, Ky. 

Walters, Clem A. Culpeper, Va. 

Warlick, Carroll F. 168 E. Pearl St., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Watson, Douglas S. 193 Hickory Ave., Tenafly, N. J. 

Watson, Thomas W. __912 C. Suburban Pkwy., Portsmouth, Va. 

Watson, Winnifred E. 311 E. Feni St., Tampa, Fla. 

Weaver, Arthur F. 10 Bartram Ave., Glenoldtn, Penna. 

Weaver, Mildred 1040 W. 10th St., Lakeland, Fla. 

Welch, Edith M. Toomsuba, Miss. 

Wenzel, Charles J. 34 Cypress St., Milbum, N. J. 

West, Blair D. 158 Gallup Ave., Mount Clemens, Mich. 

West, Ralph T. Ogunquit, Me. 

Westley, Eugene M. R.D. 2, Cuba, N. Y. 

Wheatley, L. Jeannette Evans, Ga. 

White, Dorothy L., 

2511 Wyoming Ave., SW., Grand Rapids, 9, Mich. 

Whitted, Edna L. R.R. 5, Bedford, Ind., 

Williams, Ernest L. c-o Mrs. S. P. Gilley, Spray, N. C. 

Wilson, David S. 134 Hazel Ave., Lansdown, Bait. 27. Md. 

Wilson, C. Raymond 1416 Heyward St., Columbia, S. C. 

Wise, Man- R. DeWitt, Ark. 

Wittig, Emil C. 6482 Oxford Ave., Chicago, HI. 

Wright, Mildred L. West Point, Ky. 

Wuest, Frank C. 226 Johnson St.. Buffalo, 11, N. Y. 

Young, I. Glennis Perry, Fla. 



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'Little Buck" . . . Palestine bound . . . Southern blizzard 
Just restin . . . At home . . . Ye ole cole bin 

IVell'll! . . . Line up pretty . . . "Give me an old straw hat" 



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Joe . . . S' matter, Alice . . . Senior feast 
Pleased as punch . . . Il'aitin' still 

Pretty trees . . . Russ-ling the pages . . . Cram-class-relief 

Happy landing . . . Oh — ain't "they" cute . . . Siving hard 



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From the single room pictured at the beginning of this book to the buildings rep- 
resented above — this is the extent of the outward growth of Columbia Bible 
College in its first twenty-five years. The tiny mustard seed is become a tree. 
And yet, this is but a poor representation of the growth that has taken place 
for outward growth is only a means to an end. Eternity alone will tell the won 
ders of the real growth — that which has taken place in the heart and life oj 
every student who has sojourned at Columbia Bible College. "What hath Goc 1 
wrought!" 



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