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"If we love one another . . 
perfected in us." I John 4:12 



His love is 



THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS THE 



1952 FINIAL 



COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE 
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 





Contents 



Contents pgs. 2-3 

President's Message pg. 4 

Dedication pg. 5 

Faculty and Staff pgs. 6-11 

Class Sections pgs. 12-47 

Organizations and Activities pgs. 48-72 

Advertisements and Snapshots pgs. 73-99 

Index pgs. 100-103 

Finis pg. 104 




He lives this secret! 




At home with his family 



The 'AS . . . SO' Secret 



A Greeting from Our President to the Seniors 

"Remember whose son you are, and be a good boy." The 
famous Bishop Vincent is quoted as saying this to his young son 
as the boy started on a trip. The boy cheerfully called back: 
"Remember whose Daddy you are, and be a good man." 

Well, Seniors, as you go forth from C.B.C., shall I tell you 
to remember to be "sons and daughters noble; to whom His 
Grace appeared, " to adorn your Alma Mater? 

You could respond that you will pray for me and the others 
on faculty and staff that we will be faithful to you young 
people in holding up the standard of knowing Him and making 
Him known. 

It is right to "remember them that had the rule over you, 
even that spake unto you the Word of God" (Heb. 13:7). But 
let our message to one another be in the words of the revised 
version of 2 Timothy 2:8: "Remember Jesus Christ." 

And this is what 1 want you to remember about Him: "As--- 
So." "As He is, so are we in this world" (1 John 4:17). 

As Christ is not of this world, so we are not of this world 
(John 17:14,16). 

As the Father loved Christ, so Christ loves us (John 14:10). 

As Christ loved us, so we are to love one another(John 14:12). 

As the world hated Christ, so the world will hate you (John 
14:18,19). 

As Christ kept His Father's commandments and abode in His 
love, so we are to keep Christ's commandments and abide in 
His love (John 14:10). 

"As thou hast sent me into the world," said our Lord to the 
Father, "even so have I also sent them into the world" (John 
17:18; cf. John 20:21). 

These are tremendous, overwhelming facts about you — 
greater far than any diploma or degree. Believe them! Live 
them! Then you will re-live His life among men. 



Mother and Daddy McQuilkin 




WE HONOR 



By their loving devotion to 
one another, by their unselfish 
lives lived for Christ, two fa- 
miliar persons on campus have 
endeared themselves to us as 
symbolizing the spirit of CBC. 
The picture of these servants 
of the Lord walking hand in 
hand in CBC's halls will al- 
ways remind us of the loving 
unity of the Spirit to be prac- 
ticed by "sons and daughters 
noble to whom His grace ap- 
peared." 

President of the Board of 
Directors of Columbia Bible 
College since its beginning, 
he has prayerfully guided the 
founding group through times 
of stress as well as blessing. 
Quiet and unassuming, she has 
stood with him in faith seeing 
God raise up the Bible Col- 
lege. With thanksgiving to 
God for their constant exam- 
ple of cheerfulness, humble 
faith and God's abounding 
grace in lives yielded to Him, 
the Junior Class dedicates the 
1952 FIN1AL to MR. AND 
MRS. H. T. PATTERSON. 



"Above all these things 
put on love, which is the 
bond of perfectness. " 
Col. 3:14 



Mr. and Mrs. Patterson 




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MISS MARGARET DOWDLE 
Dietician 



DR. PAUL G. CULLEY 
B.A.,M.A.,M.D. 
Director of Graduate 

School of Missions 
Professor of Missions, 

Hygiene, and Science 



DR. ROBERT C. MCQUTLKIN 
B.A., D.D., H.H.D. 

President 

Professor of English 
Bible, Biblical Hermen- 
eutics, Philosophy, and 
Theology 



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DR. G. ALLEN FLEECE 
B.A., B.D., D.D. 
Professor of English 
Bible 




for love suffered! 




MR. GEORGE DOLLAR 

M.A., TH.M., B.D. 

Professor of History, 
Philosophy, and Soci- 
ology 




MR. ARTHUR GLASSER 

C.E., B.D. 

Professor of English 
Bible, Bible Introduc- 
tion, Religious Educa- 
tion, Missions, andCor- 
rective English 



MRS. T. E. DOWNEY 
Hostess 





MISS KATHRYN MCCLARTY 

B.A., M.A. 

Professor of Remedial 

English, French, and 

Spanish 



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MR. JAMES M. HATCH 

B.A., TH.M., M.A. 

Professor of English 
Bible, Hermeneutics, 
Anthropology, and Psy- 
chology 




REV. JOHN KER MUNRO 

B.A., TH.M. 

Dean of Men 

Professor of English 
Bible and Religious Ed- 
ucation 



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MR. DONALD E. HOKE 

B.A., M.A. 

Assistant to the President 

Professor of English 
Bible, Journalism, Phil- 
osophy 




long, and is kind. 



MR. JOHN HEHL 

Business Manager 

Professor of Personal 
Evangelism and Re- 
ligious Education 





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MR. THOMAS M. PETTY 

B.A.,M.A.,M.ED. 

Director of Men's Chris- 
tian Service 

Professor of Religious 
Education 



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MR. J. ROBERTSON MCQUILKIN 
B.A., inB.E., B.D. 
Professor of Greek, Com- 

paritive Religions, and 

Theology 



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MISS SARA PETTY 
B.A., M.A. 

Professor of Directed 
Teaching, and Education 




MR. F. BROOKS SANDERS 

B.A. 

Professor of Public 
Speaking, Homiletics, 
and Brass Instruments 




MISS DOROTHY M. STRAUSS 

B.A. 

Director of Women's 

Christian Service 
Professor of Religious 

Education 





MISS KATHRYN L. WARREN 

B.A. 

Registrar 

Professor of English 



. Rejoiceth not in iniquity 




MR. FRANK H. SELLS 

B.A. inB.E.,B.A.,TH.B., 
TH.M. 

Professor of English 
Bible, Bible Introduc- 
tion, and Bible Doctrine 



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MISS SHIRLEY N. WOOD 
Librarian 



MRS. WILLIAM L. WALKER 
Dean of Women 





1 E. BRYCE GREENMAN 

jfessor of Choir, 
lice, and Conducting 



MRS. E. BRYCE GREENMAN 
B. MUS. 
Professor of Organ 




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MR. CHARLES J. WENZEL 
B.A. in B.E., B.D. 
Assistant Director of 
Men's Christian Service 
Professor of Greek 



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MR. J. OTIS BRASWELL 

Assistant Director of 

Men's Christian Service 



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MRS. PAUL G. CULLEY 
B.A.,R.N. 

Professor of Practical 
Nursing 



MISS IRENE S. BOMAN 
Secretary of Men's 
Christian Service Di- 
rector 



MISS CHARLOTTE B. WATSON 
B. MUS. 
Professor of Piano 



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MISS MABEL BRIGGS MBS ELVA H. BROWNLEE MISS PATRICIA DAVIS MRS. BEULAH R. FARMER 
Extension Department Assistant in Women's Assistant Librarian Nurse 

Christian Service De- 
partment 



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MR. NEWELL FERRIS 
B.A. in B.E. 
Assistant Registrar 
Professor of English 



MISS NANCY HAVLICK 
Grading Department 



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MRS. S. R. FRY 
Assistant Dietician 



MR. ROBERT D. GRAY 
Assistant Business Man- 
ager 



MISS LOUISE HARDIN 
Assistant to Dean of Wo 
men 



MRS. JOHN HEHL 
Extension Department 



Beareth all things 



MISS MAURINE MCCORD MISS MARGUERITE MCQUILKIN 
Secretary to Dean of Wo- President's Office 
men 



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3S LOUISE MITCHELL MISS LUCY MITCHELL MISS PAMELA MOORE MISS THELMA NESMITH 
iBiness Office Bookstore Extension Department Assistant in Guest De- 

partment 











MISS ELAINE POTTER 
President's Office 



tISS SARAH OVERSTREET MISS EDITH OWING MRS. GLADYS SHEPHERD 
ssistant to Miss Petty Business Office Housemother 



hopeth all things . . 



ISS GRACE TWETEN MRS. EMIL WITTIG 
^cretary to President Secretary to Dean of Men 





MRS. FORREST J. THORSBY 
Assistant in Women's 
Christian Service De- 
partment 



MISS FRANCES WOODS 
Business Office 



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DAN SULC, Vice-President 



LARRY BROWN, President 



"And to know the love of 
Christ, which passes know- 
ledge." Eph. 3:19 




"Come on up 




MR. JAMES HATCH, Advisor 



A For- 



During preceding years at CBC the Seniors were richly 
blessed as the Lord taught them through their faithful 
teachers and personal experiences. On entering their last 
year, however, there was a deeper realization than ever 
before that they needed more reality in their relation- 
ship to the Lord. Many of the chapel messages seemed to 
be intended by God to meet that need, as did the mes- 
sage of their faculty advisor, Mr. Hatch, at the climax of 
the Senior Sneak. 

Under the leadership of President Larry Brown, Vice- 
President Dan Sulc, Secretary Jane Shute and Treasurer 
John Banks, one of their goals was to come to love the 
whole CBC family more than ever before. The fellow- 
ship of the 




JANE SHUTE, Secretary 




JOHN BANKS, Treasurer 




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ward Look 




Senior socials and the school socials helped toward the 
realization of this goal. Another important factor in crea- 
ting more love for the family was the sharing of one an- 
other's burdens in class prayer meetings. 

Perhaps their goals could be summed up in their year 
verse, Philippians 2:2: "Make my joy complete by being 
of one mind, united in mutual love, with harmony of^ feel- 
ing, giving your minds to one and the same object. " 

Having come to know the Lord in a way that they had 
not known him before, the Seniors look forward to making 
Him known in many different places at home and abroad. 



"Shh! You might wake a Junior!" 









JEAN ABRAHAMSEN 
II Cor. 12:9 ". . My grace 

is sufficient for thee;. ." 
Life work: missionary. 
Women's Lit. 1-3. Master 

Sergeant 3. 
F.M.F. active member 4. 



HELEN ANDERSEN 
Psalm 37:4,5 "Delight thy- 
self also in the Lord; . ." 
Life work: children's work. 
Women's Lit. 4. 
F.M.F. active member 4. 



LOWELL BAILEY 

Psalm 90:17 ". . Establish 
thou the work of our 
hands . . " 

Life work: missionary. 

Oratorio choir 3. 

F.M.F. active 3,4. Jewish 
prayer group 3. 

CeBeCean 1-3. Writer, 1,2. 
Editor 3. 

Student Council 3,4. Presi- 
dent 4. 



DORIS BARTHOLOMEW 
Rev. 1:5 ". . Unto Him that 

loved us, and washed us 

from our sins in His own 

Wood." 
Life work: missionary. 
Class secretary 3. 
Women's Lit. 1. 
F.M.F. active member 1-4. 
CeBeCean 1. 



JAMES BIRKITT 
Matt. 6:10b ". . Thy will be 

done. . " 
Life work: pastor. 
Men's Forensic 3,4. Prog. 

Ch. 3. President 4. 
Student Council 4. 
F.M.F. associate member 

1-4. 



BARBARA BOYER 

Lam. 3:24 "The Lord is my 
portion, saith my soul: . ." 

Life work: missionary. 

Women's Lit. 3,4. Presi- 
dent 4. 

F.M.F. active member 3,4. 
China prayer group leader 
4. 

Student Council 4. 







JOHN BANKS 
Phil. 3:10 "That I may know 
Him . . " 
Life work: missionary 
Class treasurer 4. 
F.M.F. active member 1-4. 



STANLEY BARTHOLD 

Psalm 118:28 "Thou art my 
God and I will praise 
thee . . " 

Life work: missionary 

Class president 1. 

Choir 2,3. 

Men's Forensic 2. 

F.M.F. active member 2-4. 
President 3. Japan prayer 
group leader 1. 

Student Council 1,3,4. Vice- 
president 4. 



OLIVIA BRANCH 
Psalm 74:25, 26 ". . But 
God . . is my portion for- 
ever." 
Life work: missionary. 
F.M.F. active member 1-4. 
Treasurer 4. 



MARY BREWTON 
Matt. 6:33 "Seekyefirst the 
kingdom of God and His 
righteousness . ." 
Life work: Bible teacher 
Women's Lit. 2,3. Presi- 
dent 3. 
F.M.F. active member 2-4 








LAURENCE BROWN 

Prov. 3:5,6 "Trust in the 
Lord with all thine 
heart ..." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Class treasurer 1. Class 
president 4. 

Choir 2. 

Men's Forensic 1-4. Pre- 
sident 2. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4. 
Africa prayer group 2. 

Student Council 2-4. Vice- 
president 3. 

Servicemen for Christ 1- 
4. President 3,4. 

ELVA BROWN LEE 

Isa. 26:3,4 "Thou wilt keep 
him in perfect peace . . " 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir 1-3. 

Women's Lit. 2-3. Presi- 
dent 3. 

Student Council 2,3. 

F.M.F. active member 2-4. 

Music committee chairman 
2. 

President Women's Dorm 
3. 



BETTY CALLOWAY 
Phil. 4:4 "Rejoice in the 

Lord, and again I say 

rejoice." 
Life work: Bible teacher. 
Women's Lit. 2-4 



HAZEL CAMPBELL 
Psalm 18:30 "As for God 
His way is perfect. ." 
Life work: Missionary. 
Choir 1. 

Women's Lit. 1. 
F.M.F. active member 1-4 



ELOISE CRANFORD 
Jer. 33:3 "Call unto me, 

and I will answer thee. ." 
Life work: Missionary 
Women's Lit. 1-4 
F.M.F. active member 2-4. 

Secretary 3. 
India prayer group leader 4. 
Student Council 4. Program 

chairman 4. 



ARLIE MAY CROWL 

n Cor. 5:15 ". .That they 
should not henceforth live 
unto themselves, but unto 
Him. ." 

Life work: Missionary 

Class Secretary 1. 

Choir 2,3. 

Women's Lit. 2. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4 

CeBeCean Assistant fea- 
ture editor 1. 

Finial Associate Editor 2. 
Editor 3. 

Student Council 2-4. 

Women's Dorm President 
4. 



ROBERT DE VINEY 
Eccl. 3:14 "I know that 

whatsoever God doeth, it 

shall be forever. 
Life work: Missionary. 



RUSSELL DROLL, JR. 

Job 42:2 "I know that thou 
canst do all things, and 
that no purpose of thine 
can be restrained." 
(A.S.V.) 

Life work: Missionary. 

Men's Forensic 1-4. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4. 

CeBeCean 3. 

Finial Associate Editor 3. 

Camera Club 3. 



ROY E1CHNER 

Psalm 16:11 "Thou wilt 
shew me the path of life, 
in thy presence is fulness 
of joy. ." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir 2-3. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4. 

Finial business manager 3. 

Bar-bell Club 1. 



WILLIAM ENGELS 

John 14:1 "Let not your 
heart be troubled. ." 

Life work: Pastor. 

Choir 2,3. 

Student Council 4. 

President Men's Dormi- 
tory 4. 

Basketball Team 2,3,4. 








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DOUGLAS ERE MIC 
Phil 1:19 "For I know that 
this shall turn to my sal- 
vation through your pray- 
ing . ." 
Choir 1,3,4. 




MARY LEE FRY 
Psalm 27:14 "Wait on the 
Lord: be of good courage 
and He shall strengthen 
thine heart. ." 
Life work: Missionary 
F.M.F. active member 1-4. 
Finial subscription mana- 
ger 3. 



RICHARD GRIFFITHS 
n Cor. 9:8 "And God is able 

to make all grace abound 

toward you . . . unto every 

good work." 
Life work: Missionary. 
Class Vice-president 3. 
Oratorio Choir 3. 
Choir 2-4. Treasurer 4. 
F.M.F. active member 1-4. 

Africa prayer group 2. 
S.E. Regional Deputation 

Secretary 4. 
Bar-bell Club 1. 



WILLIAM GYATT 

n Samuel 22:31 "As for 
God, His way is perfect. ." 

Life work: Missionary 

Oratorio Choir 3. 

Men's Forensic 3-4. Sec- 
retary-treasurer 3. 

F.M.F. active member 2-4. 

Radio Club 4. 





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FRANCISCO GARCIA-BAAMONDE 





Psalm 37:4 "Delight thy- 
self also in the Lord. ." 

Life work: Missionary 

Men's Forensic 2. 

F.M.F. associate member 
1-4. 

Men's Dormitory Vice- 
president 2. 



BELLE GLASS 

Acts 20:24 ". . neither count 
I my life dear unto myself 
. . that I might finish my 
course with joy . ." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir 1. 

Women's Lit. 3, Secretary 
3. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4. 

CeBeCean News Editor 1. 



JOHN GRAY 

Eph. 1:3 "Blessed be the 
God and Father of our 
Lord Jesus Christ, who 
hath blessed us with all 
spiritual blessing in the 
heavenly places in Christ" 

Life work: Pastor. 



JEAN HAMPSON 

Psalm 37:4,5 "Delight thy- 
self also in the Lord. ." 

Life work: Missionary 
nurse. 

Women's Lit. 1. 

F.M.F. active member 
1-4. Jewish Prayer group 
2. 



WILLIAM HANCOCK 
I Tim. 1:9 "Who saved us 

. . according to His own 

purpose and grace . ." 

(A.S.V.) 

Life work: Pastor. 
F.M.F. associate member 

2-4. 
CeBeCean Feature Writer 

4. 



WINFORD HEADRICK 
Romans 11:33 "O the depth 

of the riches both of the 

wisdom and knowledge of 

God . ." 
Life work: Pastor. 
Class Treasurer 2. Class 

President 3. 
Choir 2. 

Men's Forensic 2. 
Student Council 3. 
F.M.F. active member 2-4. 

Japan prayer group leader 

1. 








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DONALD HEISER 

John 3:30 "He must in- 
crease, but I must de- 
crease." 

Life work: Missionary Pas- 
tor. 

Choir 1. 

F.M.F. associate member 
2. Active member 2-4. 

Camera Club 4. 



MARTHA HERION 

Col. 1:10 ". . to walk wor- 
thy of the Lord . . and in- 
creasing in the knowledge 
of God" 

Life work: Missionary. 

F.M.F. active member 3-4. 

Prairie Bible Institute 
Graduate 1950 

Trans. N.B.I. (Shelton Col- 
lege '46-'47) 



STEVEN HITZELBERGER 
Phil. 1:6 "Being confident 
of this very thing that He 
which hath begun a good 
work in you will perfect 
it until the day of Jesus 
Christ." 
Men's Forensic 4. 



VIRGINIA HOWELL 

Job 42:2 "I know that thou 
canst do all things, and 
that no purpose of thine 
can be restrained." 
(A.S.V.) 

Life work: Missionary. 

Women's Lit. 1-3. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4. 



NANCY HOXTER 
Gal. 2:20 "I am crucified 
with Christ; nevertheless 
I live, yet not I but Christ 
liveth in me, and the life 
which I now live in the 
flesh I live by the faith of 
the Son of God, who loved 
me and gave Himself for 
me." 

Life work: Missionary 
F.M.F. active member 3,4. 



ROGER HUNT 

Jer. 32:27 "Behold, I am 
the Lord, the God of all 
flesh: is there anything 
too hard for me?" 

Life work: Missionary. 

Class Treasurer 3. 

Choir 2-4. Treasurer 3. 

F.M.F. associate member 
1-2. Active member 3-4. 

Camera Club 3. 



BERENICE JOHNSON 

II Thess. 1:12 ". . that the 

name of our Lord Jesus 

may be glorified in you, 

and you in Him . ." 

Life work: Missionary. 

F.M.F. active member 3,4. 




ALBA JEAN KNIGHT 

John 15:5 ". . without me 
ye can do nothing" 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir 1-3. 

Women's Lit. 2-3. Trea- 
surer 3. 

F.M.F. active member 2-4. 



JOHN LAWING 
n Cor. 12:9 "My grace is 
sufficient for thee . ." 
Life work: Missionary. 
Student Council 4. 
CeBeCean cartoonist 1. 
Reporter 3. 
CeBeCean Editor 4. 
Men's Forensic l-4.Ass't. 
Sgt. at Arms 4. 
F.M.F. active member 1-4. 



EDWARD LOCHSTAMPFOR, JR. 

Romans 8:28 "And we know 

that all things work together 

for good to them that love 

God . ." 

Life work: Pastor. 

Choir 2. 






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RAYMOND MARCOS 
Mark 11:22 ". . Have faith 

in God." 
Life work: Missionary. 
Choir 1. 
Men's Forensic 3-4.Ass't. 

Sgt. at Arms 4. 
Camera Club 4. 
Bar-bell Club 4. 
F.M.F. active member 3,4. 



JOHN McFARLAND 
Eph. 2:8,9 "For by grace 
are ye saved through faith, 
and that not of yourselves; 
it is the gift of God." 
Life work: Home mission- 
ary to the Ozark Mts. 
F.M.F. active member. 




ANNE McQUlLKIN 

I Pet. 4:11 ". . if any man 
minister, let him do it as 
of the ability which God 
giveth." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Women's Lit. 1-4. Trea- 
surer 2. 

F.M.F. 1-4. India prayer 
group leader 3. 

CeBeCean reporter 1. 

Finial Literary Editor 3. 

Student Council Secretary 
4. 



BARBARA MEIER 

Prov. 4:12 "As thou goest 
step by step, I will open 
up the way before thee." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir 1. 

Women's Lit. 1-3. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4. 



JOHN MEISS 

Gal. 2:20 "I am crucified 
with Christ. ." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir 1-2. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4; 
Jewish prayer leader 3. 

Finial Photographer 3. 

Camera Club 1-3. Presi- 
dent 3. 



HELEN NUCKLES 
Prov. 3:5,6 "Trust in the 

Lord with all thine 

heart. ." 
Oratorio Choir 3. 
Women's Lit. 1-3. 
F.M.F. associate member 

3-4. 



LOIS NYLEN 

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

Life work: Missionary. 

Oratorio Choir 3. 

Women's Lit. 1,3,4. Vice- 
president 4. 

F.M.F. associate member 
1-2; active 3-4. 

Finial Art Editor 3. 

Art Club 3. 



JOEL ORTENDAHL 
II Cor. 5:20 "We are am- 
bassadors for Christ . . 
be ye reconciled to God." 
Life work: Pastor. 
Basketball Team 1-4. 



FLORENCE PEARSON 
Isaiah 41:10 "Fear thou 

not, for I am with thee; 

be not dismayed, for I am 

thy God . ." 

Life work: Bible Teacher. 
F.M.F. associate member 

3-4. 



VIRGINIA PENN 

II Cor. 12:9 "My grace is 
sufficient for thee . ." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Class Secretary 2. 

Women's Lit. 2-3. Secre- 
tary 2. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4. 
Secretary 4. 

S.E. Regional Secretary 3. 

Jewish prayer group lead- 
er 2. 








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KATHERINE POWL1SON 

John 15:16 "Ye have not 
chosen me, but I have 
chosen you, and ordained 
you, that ye should go and 
bring forth fruit, and that 
your fruit should remain." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir 2-4. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4. 

CeBeCean reporter 3-4. 



LOIS POWLISON 
Life work: Missionary 

nurse. 
Choir 2-4. Librarian 1-4. 
Women's Lit. 1-4. 
Radio Club 4. 
F.M.F. active member 1-4. 

Moslem prayer leader 4. 



PERRY PRIEST 
Phil. 1:21 "For to me to 

live is Christ, and to die 
is gain." 

Life work: Missionary. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4; 
S. A. prayer leader 2; 
President 4. 

Class Vice-president 2. 

Men's Forensic 4. 

CeBeCean Business Mana- 
ger 3. 

Basketball Team 1. 

Camera Club, Secretary- 
treasurer 3-4. 

Student Council 4. 



CAROLYN RAY 
Phil. 3:14 "I press toward 

the mark ... in Jesus." 
Life work: Missionary. 
Oratorio Choir 3. 
Women's Lit. 1-4. Master 

Sgt. 2. Treasurer 3. 
F.M.F. active member 2-4. 
Student Council 3. Social 

Chairman. Program 

Comm. 4. 
Social Comm. Senior Class 



DAVID RENAKER 

Psalm 37:4,5 "Delight thy- 
self also in the Lord. ." 

Life work: Pastor. 

Class President 2. 

Men's Forensic 1-4. Vice- 
president 4. 

F.M.F. associate member 
2-4. Home prayer leader 
3. 

Student Council 2-3. 

Bar-bell Club 1-4; Vice- 
president 2; President 3. 

Finial Advertising Mgr. 3. 



MILDRED ROGERS 

I Cor. 6:20 ". . for ye are 
bought with a price there- 
fore glorify God in your 
body. ." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Women's Lit. 1-3. 

F.M.F. active member 2-4. 






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VIRGINIA PROZAN 

Phil. 3:10 "That I may 
know Him and the power 
of His resurrection, and 
the fellowship of His suf- 
ferings, being made con- 
formable to His death. ." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Women's Lit. 2. 

F.M.F. active member 2-4. 
Isles of the Sea leader 4. 



JOSEPHINE RAGANO 

Eph. 3:19 ". . And to know 
the love of Christ which 
passeth knowledge, that 
ye might be filled with all 
the fulness of God." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir 3. 

Women's Lit. 1. 

F.M.F. active member 4. 



ROBERT SCOTT 

Phil. 1:20 ". . according to 
my earnest expectation 
and hope, that in nothing 
shall I be put to shame, 
but that with all boldness, 
as always, so now also 
Christ shall be magnified 
in my body." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Men's Forensic 1-3. 

F.M.F. active member 1- 
4. 

Camera Club 1-3. 



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BRUCE SHELLEY 

Col. 1:28 "Whom we pro- 
claim. . that we may pre- 
sent every man perfect in 
Christ." 

Life work: Bible teacher. 

Class Vice-president 1. 

Choir 3. 

Men's Forensic 2; program 
chairman. 

F.M.F. associate member 
2-4. 

Student Council Treasurer 
2. 

Basketball Team 1,2,4. 



JANE SHUTE 
Col. 4:17 «. .Take heed to 

the ministry which thou 

hast received." 
Life work: Missionary. 
Class Secretary 4. 
Oratorio Choir 3. 
F.M.F. active member 1-4. 



JANICE SMITH 
I Cor. 15:57,58 "Butthanks 
be to God who giveth us 
the victory through our 
Lord Jesus Christ. Where- 
fore, my beloved breth- 
ren, be ye stedfast . .* 
Life work: Missionary. 
F.M.F. active member 1- 
4. 



DANIEL SULC 

Phil. 4:13,19 "I can do all 
things through Christ who 
strengthened me" "My 
God shall supply all your 
need . . " 

Life work: Missionary. 

Class Vice-president 4. 

F.M.F. associate member 
1-3; active 4. European 
prayer leader 2. 



REUBEN SULC 

Acts 1:8 "But ye shall re- 
ceive power after that the 
Holy Spirit is come upon 
you; and ye shall be my 
witnesses . . . unto the 
utter-part of the earth." 

Life work: Missionary. 

F.M.F. active member 1-4; 
India prayer leader 2. 

Bar-bell Club 1. 



FRED TENNEY, JR. 

II Cor. 4:3 "But if our gos- 
pel be hid, it is hid from 
them that are lost." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Choir Secretary-treasurer 
2. 

F.M.F. 3-4; Africa prayer 
leader 2. 

Student Council 3. 

President of Men's Dor- 
mitory 3. 



WILLIAM THORNTON 
Psalm 91:2 "I will say of 

the Lord, He is my refuge 

and my fortress; my God, 

in whom I trust." 
Life work: Missionary to 

Japan. 



ANGELENE TRULL 

Isaiah 49:3 "And He said 
unto me, Thou wilt be my 
servant ... in thee I will 
be glorified." 

Life work: Missionary. 

Women's Lit. 4. 

F.M.F. active member. 



EMIL WITTIG 

Matt. 6:33 "But seek ye 
first the kingdom of God 
and His righteousness. ." 

Men's Forensic 1-2. 

F.M.F. 1-4. 

CeBeCean reporter 1-2. 

Bar-bell Club 2. 







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MR. ROBERTSON McQUILKIN 
Advisor 



JOEL KEITER 

President 



SONNY STEVENSON 
Vice-President 





". . . see that ye love one 
another with a pure heart fer- 
vently." 1 Peter 1:22 



MILDRED GROENDYKE 

Secretary 



EVA SEWALL 
Treasurer 




Accepting New Responsibilities 




For two years the entering class of 1949 had anticipated 
being Juniors and had looked forward to the privileges that 
being a Junior would bring. They soon learned, however, that 
these privileges were well -flavored with responsibilities. Keep- 
ing pace with their instructors in theology, science and her- 
meneutics was a difficult job, yet through these courses the 
class experienced the great joy of an increasing familiarity with 
God's Word. 

The usual role of a Junior was well -filled by each class mem- 
ber, as many hours were spent in trying to discover the Senior 
Sneak destination, and as more time was given to the class 
projects, the FINIAL and the Junior-Senior Banquet. It was 
through this working one with the other in the love of the Lord, 
that the Junior Class realized anew that in Christ we are one. 
The class this year was under the direction of: 

Joel Keiter President 

Wilbur Stevenson Vice-President 

Mildred Groendyke Secretary 

Eva Sewall Treasurer 

Mr. Robertson McQuilkin . . Advisor 





Sterling Baker 



Richard Basso 




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Annabelle Anderson 



Leonard Allred 



Phyllis Bivens 
Carl Black 
Felix Blomquist 




Elmer Bonnette 
Doris Brittain 
Samuel Brown 
June Cam 




Louise Clark Morris Cottle Charlotte Crotts 




Grover Devault Harlon Drew 



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William Eberly 





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Burwell Frazier 



Doris Garrett 




Eugenia Gasperson 




Warren Gaston 
Mildred Groendyke 
Don Hesse 



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Horace Hurlburt 
Hugh Hurlburt 
Janice Jones 
Joel Keiter 



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Cornelia Nunn 
Ruth Olsen 



Martha Newell 



Joan Moyer 



Alice Martin 



Viola Parks I ^* » 

Robert Pease ~~*L £~ S* 

Virginia Poley 





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Mary Ellen Powers 
Harry Rabe 
Hubert Rumsey 
Eva Sewall 





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MR. FRANK SELLS 
Advisor 




ED SHIPMAN 
Vice-President 



JOYCE HARWELL 
Secretary 




EARL McQUAY 
President 



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BELTON JONES 
Treasurer 



Continuing With Enthusiasm 



The Sophomores returned this year with new enthu- 
siasm and zeal to begin another year at C. B.C. Looking 
forward to the year with wondering expectancy, they 
chose as the year verse, "O Lord Jehovah, thou hast be- 
gun to show thy servant thy greatness and thy strong 
hand." Deut. 3:24. 

In a very unusual way the class was united in love and 
purposeful prayer as they selected two specific mission- 
aries for a class prayer project. 

Class unity was furthered through the joint pursual by 
the class members of Greek, prophets, and Bible book- 
by-book, and through the fellowship with one another on 
their various class socials. 

Class leaders were: 

Earl McQuay President 

Ed Shipman Vice-President 

Joyce Harwell Secretary 

Belton Jones Treasurer 

Mr. Frank Sells .... Advisor 





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Odd Moments For the Sophomores 





Jean Anderson 
Patricia Ayers 
Hugh Bell 
Cloyd Bishop 




Dwayne Black 
Carl Cate 
Margaret Creech 
Carl Davis 



Betty DePew 
Raymond Dubert 




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Don Duvall 
James Eisenback 
Samuel Eisenback 
Robert Ekstrpm 




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Eugene Embler 
Virginia Eremic 
Fred Fariss 
Edward Ford 



Ruth Forbes 
Verna Gaden 
Kenneth Gaston 
Paul Gilchrist 



Harold Goldman 
Eugene Hageman 
Marjorie Haile 
Thomas Hammond 





Joyce Harwell 
Howard Hester 



Norma Heaton 
Jacqueline Houston 
Mitchell Howell 
Dennette Huffingham 





Nathaniel Hurst 
Winifred Huston 
Ralph Iredell 
Jessie Izzi 





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Jeanne Johnson 
Carolyn Johnson 
Lorraine Johnson 
Belton Jones 




Gladwin Kreimann 
Helen Landon 
Louise Lazaro 
Ruth Lomel 



Earle Lucas 
Dorothy McClamrock 









Earl McQuay 
Herbert Mencke 
Ruth Newland 




Kenneth Nissen 
Edwina Norman 
William Nuckles 



Kathleen Omaye 
William Orcutt 
Mary Faith Phillips 
Richard Poyorena 




Wylie Rudolph 
Eugene Sanders 
Edward Shipman 
Ellis Skolfield 





Claire Steinhaus 
Carolyn Suda 



Elmer Towns 
Blair West 
Martha Williams 



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Robert Williams 
Dwight Wilson 
Raeburn Woodson 




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RESHMEN 




Great Expectations 



"So this is CBC!" Gradually this first haze of impres- 
sions: faces, schedules, bells swerved to fit into a pat- 
tern which, as time passed, the Freshmen realized was 
life at CBC. A challenging realization was that each 
new member of the family had been "prayed in" and 
prayed for by the faculty and staff during the preceding 
year. Prayer, then, became the keynote of this first year 
together under George Vines, class representative, and 
Mr. Thomas Petty, class advisor. Receiving the good 
foundation of Mr. Sells' and Mr. Hoke's Bible and philo- 
sophy courses, the class now looks forward to three more 
full years of knowing the Lord at CBC. 



GEORGE VINES 

Representative 








Bernice Allen 
Stuart Angle 
Gladys Ballantine 



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Billie Bennett 




Faith Blackmore 
Charles Boozer 



Marilyn Brickey 
Miriam Bryant 





Shirley Burnette 



Thomas Campbell 
Thomas Chandapilla 




Warren Chastain 
Lynn Crisp 




Kathleen Crockett 
Lois Crumpton 




Betty Dempsey 




Herbert Dickinson 
Ruth Donadon 




Virginia Enck 
Amelia Franks 



William Frawley 
Silvia Giardini 




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James Glab 



Arvis Griggs 
Ruth Haines 
William Hall 





Patricia Ham 
Clyde Holmes 



David Huang 
Carlisle Hutto 





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Gladys Hyler 
E. T. Isley 



Shirley Jamison 





Gordon Jones 
Marilyn Jones 



Carter Jordan 




Charles Jordan 
Lawrence Kaylor 



Claude Kelly 
Virginia Knight 





Joyce Koplos 
Reynold Kordatzky 



Janet Kreuzburg 
Walter G. Lapham 





Oscar LeGates 
Rebecca Lennon 
Charles Lilley 



Earl Lloyd 






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Dorothy Lyle 
Bruce Mahler 



Rebecca McAlister 
Edith McCall 





John McClain 



Laurel McEwen 
Donald Negus 







Laurence Nicolaysen 
Betty Overcash 





Douglas Parnell 
Paula Payne 




Wayne Pifer 
Bernita Preston 




Richard Ramsey 
Natalie Rose 



Dorothy Ruhr 

Mary Jo Schade ^L ^ 9 




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George Schubert 



Theodore Schwartz 
Elizabeth Simmons 
Fred Simon 




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Betty Skop 
Betty Smith 




Erma Smith 
Maxine Spence 



Eugene Thomas 
Madelyn Thomas 




Anne Trotter 








William Tupper 
George Vines 



Gedney Vining 
Lynn Watson 




Julia Willey 
Jean Williams 




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Lillian Wilson 
Arthur Winn 



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Barbara Woolen 
Salim Ziady 




Special Or UD€ti/r 




Anna M. Banfield Charles S. Banfield Lillian M. Barnaby Donald E. Brown David M. Carlson George C ate Anne L. Fulton 





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Dorothy E. GibbsP. Eugene Hale Keith Hood William S. Kearse Alberta W. Kinnard Gordan T. Legant Margaret L. Long 








Jo An Manning Helen M. Matthews Eleanor M. Michel E. Katherine Musick Fleming W. Newcomb 
Theodore W. Lott 



Wilson M. Newcomb 








Kathryn M. Sinclair Juanita S. Strauss Clifton Styron Betty J. Vail G. A. Weathersby Lois J. Willis Robert E. Yount 



Second Semester 

Entrants 









Graduate School 

^ Missions 

Training Based on a High Purpose 



BOB SWANSON 
President 




RON KNUDTSEN 
Vice-President 




With a purpose crystalized by the class verse, "To 
the praise of His glory" (Ephesians 1:12), came 73 
young men and women to the Graduate School of 
Missions. Representing 18 states and three foreign 
countries, these Graduates earned many varied de- 
grees, including anthropology, business adminis- 
tration, engineering, and agriculture, at 39 dif- 
ferent colleges and universities. On this basis, they 
came to receive vital training, both practical and 
spiritual, with the goal of bearing the saving gos- 
pel of Christ to a lost world. 

Highlight of the fall semester was the Grad re- 
treat at Heise's Pond. With Dr. G. Allen Fleece, 
class advisor, as God's spokesman, these mission- 
ary volunteers realized anew that the "praise of 
His glory" is the highest privilege and very purpose 
of the Christian life and service. 

Long an interest of the Graduate class, the 
Catawba Indians were chosen as class project for 
this year. As part of the program of evangelization 
and teaching, each Grad "adopted" a Catawba 
child for special interest and prayer. 

For the daily challenge of classes under conse- 
crated men of God, for the vast opportunities of 
Christian service, for the rich fellowship which has 
drawn the class together by the lasting link of 
prayer — this year's Graduate class gives thanks 
to God. 



"Let every one of us please his neighbor for his good to 
edification." Romans 15:2 



GLORIA SIMON 

Secretary 




ALDA MAY WILLIAMS 
Treasurer 



DR. ALLEN FLEECE 
Advisor 




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David Blood - Oregon State College - BS 
Henry Blood - Oregon State College - BS 
Henry Bock - Gordon College of Theology & Missions 
BA in Theology 



Marlin Bolar-Colorado State College of Agriculture & Me- 
chanical Arts - BS 

Ross Brittain - Gordon College of Theology and Missions - 

AB in Theol. & grad. work 
Frank Cole - Wheaton College -BA 



Caleb Cutherell - Virginia Polytechnic Institute - BS 
Wayne Doll - Kansas State C. of Agric.fc Applied Science - 

BS in Agric. 
Melvin Dreessen - Iowa State College - BS in Agronomy 



Robert Gruber - University of Nebraska - BA 
Kuang-Tao Hsu - National Tsing Hua U. -BE Cornell U. - 

M Aero. Eng. 
Ronald Knudtsen - State Teachers College, St. Cloud, 

Minn. - BA 



Paul Oskarson - Northwestern Schools - BA 
Robert Peters - N. Y. State College for Teachers at Al- 
bany - BA 
Louis Richardson - U. of Kansas - BS in Electrical Eng. 



Doyle Smith - Northwestern State College - BS 
Robert Swanson - University of New Mexico - BBA 
David Thomas - Wheaton College - BA 





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Ernest Boehr - Wheaton College - BA 
Mary Brunner - Houghton College - BA 
Joseph Burn - Bob Jones University - BA 



Janet Cole - Wheaton College - BA 
Robert Cook - Wheaton College - BA 
Jacques Dangers - John Brown University 



Lawson Duhan - John Brown University - BS 

Anthony Fortosis - Lehigh University - BS Columbia U. 

MS 
Ronald Genheimer - Wheaton College - BS 












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Louis Guastella - State University Teachers College, 

Potsdam, N.Y. - BS in Education 
Lois Hesse - Iowa State College - BS 
Lois Karger - Houghton College - BA 



William Kornfield - Wheaton College -BA 
Jane Leimbach - Queens College - BA 
Andrew Lindvall - Taylor University - BA 



Ella Lindvall - Taylor University - BA 
Carol Morgan - Erskine College 
Donald Moses - Columbia Bible College 



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Marjorie Pifer - Taylor University - BA 
Jack Roeda - Calvin College - BA 
Charles Rumley - University of Illinois - 



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Edward Seiford - John Brown University - BA 
William Selkirk - University of Illinois - BS in Engr. 
Paul Shook - Wheaton College - BA 




Gloria Simon - The Biblical Seminary in N. Y. - BA 
Virginia Smiley - Wm. J. Bryan University - BA 
James Strauss - John Brown University - BA 



Donald Taber - Wheaton College - BA 



Harold Vaughn - Columbia Bible College - BBE 
Harriet Winn - State Teachers College at Buffalo, N.Y. 

BS in Ed. 
Richard Broach - Southern Methodist University - BA 



Mary Kate Canfield - Wheaton College - BS 

Delbert Carper - Kansas State C. of Agriculture & Applied 

Science - BS 
Jack Hardwick - University of South Carolina - BS in Bus. 

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Sara Jamison - Queens College - BA 
Beatrice Koski - University of Minnesota - BS 
Judith LaDue - N. Y. State Teachers College at New Paltz 
BS 



Eleanor Lorentzen - Sioux Falls College - BA 
William Matthews - Syracuse University - BA 
Martha Prevette - Wheaton College - BA 



John Price - Bob Jones University 

William Ramer - University of Tennessee - BS in Eng. 

Margaret Schubert - Loyola University - BS in Education 





Stanton Sizemore - East Tennessee State College - BS 



Helen Sledge-Mississippi State College for Women-BS 
Dorothy Weeber- Wheaton College-BA 



Robert Weeber - Wheaton College - BA 
Edith West - Wheaton College - BS in Nursing 
Alda May Williams - Wm. J. Bryan University - BA 



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TUDENT 



1. Leading us in student responsibility 

2. Officers of the Council 

3. Advisor, MISS SARA PETTY 



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"And let us consider one another to provoke unto 
love and to good works." Heb. 10:24 




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ersonal Contact With Every Student 




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"We will not be satisfied this year with 
simply leading and making plans for 
the student body as a whole, but be- 
yond that we want to have a personal 
leadership touch with every student." 

From its first meeting the Student 
Council set about reaching this goal 
of an individual touch with the stu- 
dents. For small groups they sponsored 
dormitory parties, and for individuals 
they exercised leadership through the 
counselling of the Morale Committee 
under C.B.C.'s system of Student Re- 
sponsibility. 

This year's Council was hard-work- 
ing in its group leadership discuss- 
ing problems, making recommenda- 
tions to the Faculty, and helping stu- 
dents to understand their responsibility 
to obey those in authority as unto the 
Lord. 

Behind everything the Council did 
was prayer — prayer for unity and 
power among the students, prayer for 
the Lord's blessing which "maketh 
rich, and He addeth no sorrow with 
it." 



1. Behind the successful socials 

2. Stimulating student morale 

3. Composing interesting student programs 

4. Planning the Spring Musicale 




Jesus Christ to the Uttermost 



How does FMF fulfill its motto? 

THE CHALLENGE TO GO - Realizing that God's 
passion is for the unreached, speakers and student par- 
ticipation programs made prominent the missionary 
call. 

At least one-eighth of the student body attended 
the FMF Regional Conference held bi-annually at 
Toccoa, Georgia, where many have answered the call 
of missions. 

By means of deputation teams, FMF challenged 
young people of many surrounding churches and col- 
leges with Christ's command to reach every tribe. 

THE CHALLENGE TO GIVE - The financial goal 
of FMF for this year was $1,500.00. This money was 
sent out in five-dollar gifts to CBC alumni on the 
foreign fields. 




1. President PERRY PRIEST 

2. Discussing the missionary call 

3. To challenge others 

4. Renewal of missionary vision at Toccoa 




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"Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfill 
the law of Christ." Gal. 6:1 



1. A challenge from another 

2. Devoting much time in preparation 

3. Advisor, MR. ARTHUR GLASSER 




THE CHALLENGE TO PRAY -To stimu- 
late missionary intercession, FMF presented 
to each student this year a revised prayer 
book containing information about each CBC 
alumnus on the field. Eleven prayer groups, 
each representing a definite mission field, 
met weekly for intercession. 

Officers for the year were: 



Perry Priest . 
Dave Blood . 
Virginia Penn 
Olivia Branch 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



For the Home Land 




For Central America 



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For the Jews 








For the Isles of the Seas 





For Africa 



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For China 




For Moslems 



Reaching Columbia 




Christian 
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1. Assistant, MRS. DOROTHY THORSBY 

2. Assistant, MISS ELVA BROWNLEE 



Women's Director, MISS DOROTHY STRAUSS 



The Lord said, "Go ye into all the world and 
preach the gospel." The Christian Service Depart- 
ment of Columbia Bible College has interpreted 
this verse by saying, "Go ye into all Columbia 
and preach the gospel." To each student at CBC 
the words "Christian Service" denote the vital 
ministry that the Lord has given in varied churches, 
Bible clubs, hospitals, street meeting, and schools. 
Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Strauss, Mr. 
Otis Braswell and Mr. Thomas Petty, the Christian 
Service offices carry on a full schedule of placing 
each CBC student in the place where he is best 
suited for 



Serving the lost at Girl's School 



Sowing the Seed 



Visiting the sick 




With the Gospel 



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Men's Director, MR. THOMAS PETTY 



serving the Lord. Proper emphasis and preparation 
for this ministry is made by Christian Service 
classes conducted each week. 

Wherever CBC students are found the world over, 
the united testimony concerns the blessings re- 
ceived from Christian Service assignments here in 
Columbia. And as the work of this office continues 
it is evident that this is indeed fulfilling the pur- 
pose of the College, "To know Him and to make 
Him known." 




1. Assistant, MR. OTIS BRASWELL 

2. Secretary, MISS IRENE BOMAN 

3. Assistant, MR. CHARLES WENZEL 



Witnessing to Chain Gang 



Preaching, in nearby churches 



Reaching needy hearts 








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"Love Worketh no ill to his 
neighbor." Romans 13:10 




1. Endless opportunities at State Fair 

2. Proclaiming the Word on the street 

3. Leading servicemen to Christ 

4. Singspiration after inspiration 

5. Recreation at Columbia's Victory Center 



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Faithful to the 
Alma Hater 



Before 



After 



CBC's Alumni Association has well expressed itself and its purpose "to 
combine our efforts for the advancement of the work of the Bible College 
in every possible way, keeping prayerfully before us the spiritual and ma- 
terial needs and seeking to win others to an active interest in the school." 
Greeting new and returning students last fall was the gleaming, newly 
painted main building, thus fulfilling the 1951 project. Now, for 1952, the 
much needed replacement of the benches in the auditorium by tablet arm 
opera chairs. 

Other factors contributing to the fellowship among graduates are the pub- 
lications of the CeBeCequel and Alumni Directory. The annual business 
meetings and homecoming provide additional means by which graduates 
keep in touch with one another and with CBC. 

Officers for this year: 

J. Otis Braswell President 

J. Robertson McQuilkin . . . .Vice-President 

Sarah Overstreet Vice-President 

Lillie Kemper Secretary 

Newell Ferris Treasurer 

Marguerite McQuilkin Alumni Secretary 




1952 Project 



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3-5. Instrumental and vocal quartettes 



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MRS. GREENMAN AND MISS WATSON, instructors in 
organ and piano 



From the singing of the Alma 
Mater to the presentations of the 
Ambassador Choir, music has 
proven to be one of the most vital 
factors in life at CBC. The various 
trios and quartettes (even the im- 
promptu ones singing in the 
halls), the soloists: instrumental 
and vocal, all add their important 
contribution to the music -life of 
each student. The Lord has in- 
deed put a new song in our hearts, 
and as a family we have loved to 
sing it. 



Witnessing Through Music 




From many to three 



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1. First Semester Officers 

2. Advisor, MR. SANDERS 



To Quicken the Mind 



Advising the new pre 



sident, David Renaker 




Under the word "Purpose" in the Constitution of the Men's Foren- 
sic Society are these words, "The purpose of the society shall be to 
secure for its members literary culture, skill in parliamentary 
practice, and forensic experience conducive to the development of 
true Christian manhood." With this purpose in mind, the members 
of the society are able to gain practical knowledge of how to con- 
duct meetings with parlimentary precision, keep abreast of the times 
by discussion of current world events and have practical experience 
in leadership. 

One of the outstanding programs presented by the society was 
given fpr the benefit of the student body when the topic discussed 
was "Our Younger Generation". Five speakers presented objective 
facts dealing with the effects of literatue, the moving pictures, and 
television on the younger generation today. Membership in the 
Forensic Society is open to all the men students of CBC. 

Officers for the two semesters were: 

Jim Birkitt President Ray Dubert 

Dave Renaker Vice-President Jim Birkitt 

Ray Dubert Secretary-Treasurer Chandapilla 

Paul Gilchrist Program Chairman Dave Renaker 

Sam Brown Parliamentarian Larry Brown 

Raymond Marcos Sergeant-at-arms Sam Brown 

John Lawing Asst. Sergeant-at-arms Paul Gilchrist 



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First Semester Officers 




Appreciating the Finer Arts 



"She openeth her mouth with wisdom, and in her tongue is the 
law of kindness." Realizing the contribution that can be made by the 
study of literature and the finer arts, the Philobiblonian Society for 
women students at CBC attempts to present a well-rounded program 
of these factors in order to strengthen appreciation for them. The 
gracious atmosphere of the semi-weekly meetings adds much to the 
life of the women students. The purpose of the society is to give 
experience to women in presentation of varied programs in which 
all members have a part: one in participation, the other in appre- 
ciation. 

Officers for the two semesters were: 



Barbara Boyer 
Claire Steinhaus 
Lois Nylen 
Louise Lazaro 
Miriam Bryant 
Ruth Lomel 



President 

Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sergeant -at-arms 



Lois Nylen 
Mildred Groendyke 
Eva Sewall 
Gladys Ballantine 
Winifred Huston 
Betty Overcash 



LOIS NYLEN assumes responsibil- 
ity as new president 




Physical Fitness a Necessity 



Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl — and Grits Bowl. 
CBC has its won claim to fame in its annual Thanksgiving 
classic, the one, the only Grits Bowl. This year Thanks- 
giving dawned bright, warm and clear, making the day 
perfect for the culmination of many intramural contests 
with the Sophomore -Senior team vs. the Freshmen- 
Junior team playing an exciting game ending in the photo- 
finish long pass of the Sophomore -Senior team, thus cap- 
ping the contest, 9 to 0. 




This intramural football has an important 
place in the life of CBC. Feeling that "bodi- 
ly exercise profiteth a little", the men of CBC 
enjoy this contact sport and are thankful for the 
place it has in the extra-curricular activities 
of Columbia Bible College. 



They did their best in the Thanksgiving Day tussle 




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love." 1 Cor. 16:14 



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Other athletic feats occupying the interest 
of the male students on the campus include the 
Bar-Bell Club. Officers this year were: 

Eugene Sanders . . . .President 

Tommy Hammond . .Secretary -Treasurer 



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In combination they won the Grits Bowl Classic 



Triumphant Year 



At the time of this writing the CBC quintet was once 
again leading the "Y" Church League after a year's 
absense from the league. The Blue and Gold, coached 
by Brooks Sanders and co-captained by Marsh Davis and 
Bill Engels, has romped to six straight triumphs, and 
it looks like there will be another trophy for the trophy 
room at the end of the season. 

The CBC squad has also played the "B" string of 
University of South Carolina and the Ben Lippen team. 

Team members were: 




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but by love serve one another." Gal. 



Furnishing Students 
With CBC News 



"Then hail to the Press! chosen guardian of freedom! strong sword-arm of jus- 
tice! bright sunbeam of truth!" said Horace Greeley. Perhaps Mr. Greeley was a 
little effusive in his praise of the press, but it remains true that the newspaper has 
become a necessary and influential part of our society. 

The CeBeCean, as the branch of the fourth estate at CBC, has also come to be 
recognized as a necessary part of our lives here. It has served the student body 
in -- 

--reflecting student life as a whole 

--creating interest in student activities 

--broadening the outlook of its readers 

--serving as a means of self-expression for the students. 

In its nineteen years the CeBeCean has grown from a bi-monthly to a bi-weekly 
publication and has changed from mimeograph to printing. One thing that has not 
changed is the underlying motive that the CeBeCean might be a publication that 
helps to carry out the motto: "To know Him and to make Him known". 

Staff members were as follows: 



John Lawing Editor 

Martha Prevette .... Associate Editor 
Katharine Powlison . . News Editor 

Bob Pease Feature Editor 

Miss McClarty . 



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John Hancock .... Sports Editor 

Mary Ellen Powers. . Typist 

Dot Gibbs Typist 

Kenneth Nissen . . . Business Manager 
. . Advisor 



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The Ekstrom press 



Editor, JOHN LA WING 





INIAL 



Reflection of CBC life 



To present to the students a lasting memo- 
rial of their student life and to reflect to others 
a clear picture of life as it is at CBC has been 
the two- fold purpose of the Finial from its 
beginning in 1939. 

In order to serve in this capacity this year's 
staff realized the necessity of a "faith which 
worketh by love." It was only as they posses- 
sed this faith that they were able to face the 
obstacles, financial, mental or physical, 
which met them in this project. 



Staff members 
Janice Jones . . 
Burwell Frazier . 
Morris Cottle . 
Sam Brown . . 
Virginia Poley 
Billy Tupper . 
Louise Clark . 
Martha Newell 
Joan Moyer . . 
Leonard Allred 
Miriam Bryant 



were: 

. . Editor 

. . Associate Editor 
. Business Manager 
. Advertising Manager 
. Photography Editor 
. Photographer 
. Literary Editor 
. Literary Editor 
. Subscription Editor 
. Art Editor 
. Sophomore Representative 





Mr. Hoke advises the editors 



Preparing the final copy 



Photographer at work 



Planning the layout 



Let's reach our goal! 




Pursuing the field of amateur radio 



Working Toward a Goal 



Amateur radio is taking CBC to the far places of the world. Radio 
Club members have found that the hard work and long hours spent 
in erecting antennas on top of the girls' dormitory last year were not 
of South Africa, Belgian Congo, Northern Rhodesia, Brazil, Peru, 
British West Indies, Haiti, England, Germany, and many other 
countries and places over the globe. The aim of the club is to es- 
tablish direct contact with missionaries on the field. Once a con- 
tact has been established, messages and greetings are exchanged 
and a schedule is made to contact again at a future date. 

At present there are three licensed operators at W4PKD and 
transmitters operating on the 10- and 20 -meter amateur bands. The 
goal of the radio club for the years ahead is to have station W4PKD 
operating on all of the amateur bands and to establish regular mis- 
sionary amateur "traffic nets" throughout the world. 



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Un the spot 





With the Faculty 



She loves camp life 



Their favorite subject 



Mother Shepherd and one of her flock 




Our 

ADVERTISERS 





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Eight Chairs 

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MAIN STREET COLUMBIA, S. C. 



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DODD'S 
5 - 10 - 25c STORES, INC. 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 
Johnston, S. C. Ware Shoals, S. C. 

Kershaw, S. C. 
Lexington, S. C. Batesburg, S. C. 



MARY LOWE 

Feminine Apparel 

• 

724 Saluda Avenue 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 



NELSON MOTORS, INC. 

Lincoln & Mercury 

Sales £5 Service 

• 
1101 Harden Street 

Phone: 7615 



DIXIE LAUNDRY & 
DRY CLEANING 

Discount for Cash and Carry 

Laundering — Dry Cleaning 
Rug Cleaning 

Main Plant: 

Corner Senate and Assembly Streets 

Branch Offices Conveniently Located 

Phone: 243 63 Columbia, S. C. 



M. CITRON & CO., INC. 
Wholesale Dry Goods 

• 
1009 Gervais Street 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
Phone: 6588 Established 1904 



YOB'S SHOE 
SHOP 




Knotvn for Values 



SPEAKING OF INFLATION . . . 

Everyone is doing it, and some are worrying over what it will 
do to insurance plans. 

At such a time as this it is good to remember that the cost of 
a policy with the Fund has not been raised since 1947. This makes 
our contracts the best value that money can buy. Rates still remain 
the lowest of any company in the land. 

As for the future, whatever questions arise, the soundest advice 
is to put money in savings. A Fund policy can be considered as a 
means of protection and a program of savings. 

Write for more information to: 

PRESBYTERIAN MINISTERS' 
FUND 

An Interdenominational Organization Providing Life Insurance 

For All Protestant Ministers 

ALEXANDER MACKIE, President 

1805 WALNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 3, PENNA. 

The Oldest Chartered Life Insurance Company in the World 

Founded 1717 

Chartered by the Penns in 1759 

• 

Atlanta Office: 

1415 CANDLER BLDG. 
Atlanta 3, Georgia 



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BOUKNIGHT'S 
Wade Hampton Garage 

LONNIE G. BOUKNIGHT, Prop. 

• 

Gas — General Auto Service 
Oil — Storage 

112 5 Gervais Street 

Phone: 7927 Columbia, S. C. 



STURKIE 

FURNITURE COMPANY 

"It's Easy to Pay 

The Sturkie Way" 

• 

1919 TAYLOR STREET 
Phone: 2-1235 



RITZ 

BARBER SHOP 

• 
132 5 Main Street 

UPSTAIRS 

Satisfaction Guaranteed 

• 

COLUMBIA LAUNDRY 

DRY CLEANING CORP. 

13 2 3 Taylor Street 

PHONE: 22147 



Congratulations, Senior Class 

• 

DOUGHTY 

DRY CLEANERS 

1410 Taylor Street 



PEE GEE PAINT 
STORES 

Paint — Glass 
Art Supplies — Wallpapers 

• 

1218 MAIN STREET 
Phone: 6947 



KIMBRELL & SONS 

INCORPORATED 

• 

143 Assembly Street 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 



The Prescription Shop 

HAWTHORNE 
PHARMACY 

• 

Hampton at Bull 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 



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CLAUSSEN'S BAKERIES, INC. 

A Hundred and Nine Years of Baking Excellence 




The Exclusive Supplier of Your Bread 
2001 Green Street Phone: 8143 



New Car 
Department 

Used Car 
Department 

1925-27-31 
MAIN STREET 

Phone: 37011 




Service 
Department 

Parts 
Department 

1114 
CALHOUN ST. 

Phone: 7081 



KING PONTIAC CO. 



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Service ... ... Quality 

Economy 

DUPREE-CROWSON CO., Inc. 
PRINTING 

• 

1316 Main Street 

PHONE: 7044 COLUMBIA, S. C. 



ART FLOWER SHOP 

"When You Say It With 

Flowers, Say It With 

Ours" 



1227 HAMPTON 
Columbia, S. C. 

PHONE: 26781 

• 

Flowers For All Occasions 



Ambulance Service 



DUNBAR 
FUNERAL HOME 



Columbia 
South Carolina 

PHONE: 9998 



Telephone: 2 5462 shoe Accessories 

Shoe Repairing 

WE MAKE OLD SHOES LOOK AND WEAR LIKE NEW 

Rapid Service 

ROBERT'S SHOE REPAIRING 

"We Can Help You Walk in Comfort 

1319 SUMPTER STREET 



H. S. PRIM, Oivner 



COLUMBIA, S. C. 



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A UNIQUE MISSIONARY SEMINARY 
CBC'S 

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MISSIONS 

Grants Graduate Degrees B.D. or M.A. in Biblical Education 
With Majors in Missions or Bible 





Offers courses in theoretical and 
practical mission subjects, Bible, 
Christian education, radio plus 
practical Christian service experi- 
ence. 

Offers actual poineer mis- 
sionary training and ex- 
perience in the summer 
Missionary Training Camp, 
held in the mountains near 
Asheville, North Carolina. 

Write: 
DR. PAUL G. CULLEY, Director 

Columbia Bible College 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 



GRADUATING STUDENTS 

particularly will want to keep up reading 
Christian literature 

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 
TIMES 

contains just the diversified reading you 

need, including helps on the International 

Uniform Sunday School Lesson. 

Special short term offer — 18 weeks for $1 

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TIMES CO. 

325 North Thirteenth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 5, PA. 



"Prices That Will Please Yon" 

MARSHALL TATUM CO. 

13 07 Main Street 

* 

Men's Suits, Pants, Sport Coats 

and Furnishings 



A Complete Aircraft Service Base 
Compliments of 

DIXIE AVIATION CO. 
Owens Field 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 

New and Used Airplane Sales 

Aviation Equipment and Supplies 

Air flight Engine Repair Station 

Airplane Rental Flight Instruction 

Charter and Passenger Flights 



CATE McLAURIN CO. 
1720 Taylor 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 

• 

Sieberling Tires and 

Recapping 
Frigidaire Appliances 



COLUMBIA TIRE 
SERVICE 

• 
1531 Taylor 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
Phone: 2-2123 



SYLVAN BROTHERS 

jewelers 

* 

15 00 Main Street 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 

Phone: 6045 



Columbia's Oldest Laundry 

• 

STAR 

LAUNDRY 

1801 Taylor Street 

• 

PHONE: 4-3114-5 



For Professional Haircutting 

by Master Barbers 

IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP 

• 

1211 Taylor 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
Phone: 9474 



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Expert decorators 



A memorable Thanksgiving 




A sad occasion 



COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO. 

■JL- 


823 GERVAIS STREET 


Columbia, South Carolina 


The . . . 




BARRINGER 


For Rural and Suburban 


HOTELS 

Owning and Operating 


Homes . . . 


1000 Modern Rooms 


Carolane Gas Service 


* 

HOTEL COLUMBIA 

Columbia, S. C. 

• 

HOTEL WM. R. BARRINGER 


CAROLINA BUTANE 
GAS CO., INC. 


• 


Charlotte, N. C. 


732 Harden Street 


• 


Columbia, South Carolina 


HOTEL RICHMOND 


PHONE: 39411 


Augusta, Georgia 




CHECKER CAB COMPANY 


Call 2-3311 


ff Don't Take a Chance — Take a Checker" 



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LESTER BATES, President 




WSURAWCE 



of Columbia, S. C. 



Columbia, S. C. 

To the 1952 Graduates, 
Columbia Bible College. 

Dear Friends: 

Congratulations and Very Best Wishes! 

You are embarking upon your life's work during one of the 
most crucial, yet most challenging, periods in the history of the 
world. As never before, there exists today a need for capable, 
courageous and Christian men and women. 

Columbia Bible College has instilled within each of you the 
fundamental principles for truly successful living, and it is my 
wish that the gravity of our times will incite you to even greater 
accomplishments in your every endeavor. 

Sincerely, 



LESTER BATES 
LB:esa 



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CENTRAL CHEVROLET COMPANY 

Selling Chevrolets Since 1926 

• 

Sales & Service 



RODGERS BROTHERS SERVICE STATION 

Complete Servicing and Lubrication of CBC's Christian Service Cars 




Gas — GULF — Oil 
Corner Taylor and Pickens Streets 



COLUMBIA, S. C. 



PHONE: 6640 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1952! 

We Are Waiting To Serve You 

With a Complete Line of Sunday School and Church Supplies 

Bibles Sunday School Literature Cards 
Books Flannelgraph Courses Hymnals 

Aivards Communion Ware Handwork, \ 

Christian Publications, Inc. William H. Deitz, Inc. 
THIRD & REILY STREETS 10 S. WABASH AVENUE 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Chicago, Illinois 


ANDREW'S AUTO SERVICE 

General Auto Repairs 

• 

1111 Harden Street 

TELEPHONE: 2-4215 


YOUNGINER'S 
BARBER SHOP 

Excellent — Complete 
Efficient Service 

• 
143 5 Sumter 


Compliments of the 

MECHANICS 
CONTRACTING COMPANY 

1325 MAIN STREET 

• 

Twenty-nine Years of General Contracting 
in South Carolina 


GREEN ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 

Electrical Engineers 

Contractors 

342 5 Main Street 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Phone: 2-4597 

Commercial £> Residential Fixtures 

F. Benjamin Green George B. Green 


Congratulations , Seniors 

of 

Columbia Bible College 

• 

PEARCE-YOUNG-ANGEL 

COMPANY 

Wholesale Food Distributors 



McGray Commercial Refrigeration Equipment 
for Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions 

SOUTHERN SCALE & REFRIGERATION 

1008-1010 Gervais Street 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
PHONES: 9749 — 8733 



CHRISTIAN 


YOU 


YOUTH 


Need 


who would 


These 


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in the 



COLLEGE YOU CHOOSE 

to attend, to recommend, to support 
STRAIGHT THINKING 

True to the Bible, scholarly 
ACADEMIC STANDING 

Fully accredited 
CLEAN LIVING 

Faculty and students with high Christian 

principles 
PROPER BALANCE 

Study, Sports, Culture, Spirituality 

WRITE FOR FREE 
VIEW BOOK 

YOU will find these QUALITIES and the 
courses you want 

TAYLOR UNIVERSITY 

Upland, Indiana 



Carolina's 
Fashion Center 




of Columbia 



Compliments 
of 
LABELLE CLEANERS & FURRIERS 



Leading the Leaders in 
Cleaning Industry 



1709 Taylor Street 



Columbia, South Carolina 



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First-Class Service 

• 

JOYNER'S BARBER 

SHOP 

15 06 Sumter Street 


Shop and Save Every Day 

COURTEOUS 

SERVICE 

CONVENIENTLY 
LOCATED 

• 

EDENS 
FOOD STORES 


DREHER PACKING CO. 

Dixie Brand 
Finer Meat Products 

• 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
Phone: 2-3695 


The Best in Heating Oils 
BENSON OIL COMPANY 

• 
2023 Gervais 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
Phone: 3-1687 


In less than 9 years ... 250 missionaries 
. . . 10 fields 

Thoroughly trained evangelists, doctors, nurses and 
teachers with genuine passion to win lost souls for 
Christ. Building self-supporting, self-propagating 
churches. Training Christian leaders to evangelize 
their people. 

Evangelical in Theology — Progressive in action 
Evangelistic in emphasis — Business-like in method 
Write for complete information regarding support 
of missionaries, missionary qualifications, missionary 
helps for local church, available missionary films, etc. 

Conservative Baptist Foreign 
Mission Society 

3 52 Wellington Chicago 14, Illinois 


Greetings From 

CENTRAL FOODS, INC. 

Columbia, S. C. 

PHONE: 41544 
South Carolina's fastest growing purveyor ' 
of fine foods, carrying a complete line j>f 
fresh produce, institutional size canned and 
frozen foods 


B. O. DERRICK'S GULF 
SERVICE 

• 

Harden and Devine Streets 

FIVE POINTS 
COLUMBIA, S. C. PHONE: 8484 


SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 
AND CLEANERS 

"Bundles of Satisfaction" 

* 

Charlie Stork — Lloyd Hamilton 
Owners 

• 

Tivo Convenient Locations: 

1415 Gervais 15 00 Woodrow 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 




The Chapel adjoins women's campus 



CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES 

. . . On the successful completion of your 
classroom studies. May they be of much 
value in your future education and help you 
in meeting and solving the new and perplex- 
ing problems that now confront you and your 
country's system of free enterprise. 

We will always be glad to be of service 
to those of you who decide to seek your future 
in the area of South Carolina served by our 
Company 

• 

SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC AND GAS 
COMPANY 


LELIA B. DOAR CORSET 
SHOPPE 

Fashionable Foundation Garments 

Brassieres, Lingerie 

We Specialize in Surgical Fittings with 

Camp Garments 

Special Attention Paid to Brides 

• 

13 01 Hampton Street 

Telephone: 2-9913 Columbia, S. C. 


CALDWELL'S 

Ladies' Wear 

"Fashionable Fashions For Milady" 

_ Junior, Misses and Half Sizes 

• 

12 8 Hampton Street 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 


REYNER'S JEWELERS 

* 
1604 Main Street 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 


L. JANE DRAKE 

Ladies' Ready to Wear 

Sizes 10-20, 16 1 / 2 -30 1 /2, 38-52 
• 

The Hat Shoppe 
163 3 Main Street 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 



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C.B.C. BOOK STORE HEADQUARTERS 

For the best in . . . 

Devotional and Inspirational Reading — Bibles — Testaments — Songbooks 

Missionary Studies and Biographies — Gifts With a Message — Mottos 

Biographies of Great Men in the Christian Faith — Pictures — Plaques 

Stationery — Cards — Bible Study Books — Entertaining Fiction 

Making HIM Known Through Christian Literature 

Visit Our Attractive Book Room or Mail Your Requests and Orders to: 

BIBLE COLLEGE BOOK STORE 

COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE, COLUMBIA, S. C. 


THE CENTRAL AMERICAN 
MISSION 

invites your prayers for the C.B.C. gradu- 
ates and former students now working 
under its auspices 

Jose M. Chicol Edward F. Sywulka 
Lillian Jump Erma Stevens Walker 
Avery Kendall Mildred Walkwitz 
Esther Butler Malmstrom David Ekstrom 
Jessie Butler White Burt & Velda Rodamer 
For Information: 

THE CENTRAL AMERICAN MISSION 
3611 Congress Avenue Dallas 19, Texas 


GOD needs Women, — Doctors, Nurses, 
Teachers in India and Japan 

Ninety-<Jne years of mission work among women 
and children of the Orient through our hospitals, 
Bible training schools, orphanages, rescue home. 
Evangelical . . . undenominational. Pray for our 
workers — China included. 

Woman's Union Missionary 
Society of America 

45 ASTOR PLACE 
Room 3 1 6 New York 3 , N. .Y. 


DELUXE CLEANERS & 
LAUNDRY, INC. 

Dry Cleaning — Alterations 

• 

310 STATE STREET 

WEST COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Charlie White Phone: 2-8603 


CORLEY SHOE SHOP 
4626 Main 

• 

For a Christian Shoe Repairer's 

Best Service 

Shoes Collected and Delivered 

in One Day 

JUST PHONE 27518 


ROSE TALBERT 
PAINT CO. 

1222 Taylor 

• 

Headquarters for Art 

Materials 

Largest Stock in South Carolina 


Compliments to Class of '52 

• 

BARFIELD'S SERVICE 

STATION 

1700 Taylor 

• 

Crown Gas and Oil 



FOR A BLESSED 

BIBLE-CENTERED VACATION 



June 14-23 

YOUTH CONFERENCE 

Herb Seal, Director, American Re- 
vival League 

Phil Fox-well, President, Tokyo Theo- 
logical Seminary 

Dr. R. C. McQuilkin 

Donald Hoke 



August 2-11 

YOUTH AND GENERAL CON- 
FERENCE 

George Mundell, Maranatha Taber- 
nacle, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Paris Reidhead, Sudan Interior Mis- 
sion 

Dr. R. C. McQuilkin 




August 11-15 

MINISTERS AND CHRISTIAN 
WORKERS 

Lee Roberson, President, Tennessee 

Temple College; Pastor, Highland 

Park Baptist Church 
Charles J. Woodbridge, Dean, Fuller 

Theological Seminary 
Will Norton, Professor of Missions, 

Trinity Bible College and Seminary 
Dr. R. C. McQuilkin 



August 16-25 
GENERAL CONFERENCE 

Oswald J. Smith, Pastor, People's 
Church, Toronto, Canada 

Allen Blair, 1st Presbyterian Church, 
Flushing, N. Y. 

E. J. Pudney, Unevangelized Fields 
Mission 

Dr. R. C. McQuilkin 



Write for Reservations : MRS. T. E. DOWNEY, Hostess 

BEN LIPPEN 

ff The South's Victorious Life Conference" 
ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 



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WALTER POND'S TIRE SERVICE 

MILES OF SMILES WITH POND'S 

New Tires — Tubes — Batteries 

Recapping and Vulcanizing (8 Hours) 

• 

Taylor Street at Bull Street 

PHONE: 3-9421 COLUMBIA, S. C. 




VOGUE PRESS 

1223 Franklin Street 
Columbia, South Carolina 



Excellent Service 

BRIGMAN'S 

BARBER SHOP 

• 

1227 Taylor Street 



Compliments 
of 

HOOK HARDWARE AND 
PAINT CO. 

• 

1223 Taylor Street 



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"South Carolina's Largest 


Compliments 
of 


Variety Store" 


THACKSTON & DAVIS 
SUPPLY 


• 


Mills Supply 


SILVER'S 


• 


5c to $1.00 STORE 


828 Gervais 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 




Phone: 3-6483 


ALWAYS 




Welcome — That Genial Edisto farms Dairy 




Man with That Good, Creamy Golden 


lor True Southern Hospitality 


Guernsey Milk! 




• 


and 


EDISTO 




FARMS 


BEST QUALITY 


Golden Guernsey Milk 
Dairy Products 

• 

And What a Pleasure It Is to Visit the 
E.F.D. DAIRY STORES 


Foods 


Shop at 


So Conveniently Located at 

605 Harden Street 


DIXIE-HOME STORES 


and 




3 316 North Main Street 




Compliments 


Compliments 


of 


of 


S. H. KRESS & CO. 


THE MORRIS PAINT CO. 


• 


2013 Green Street 


15 08 Main Street 


(FIVE POINTS) 


COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 


COLUMBIA 5, SOUTH CAROLINA 
; Phone: 2-6383 



Where the Students Meet 

SEASE'S 




TAYLOR STREET PHARMACY 

15 29 Taylor Street 

Phone: 3-2277 

Prescription Department 

Prescription* Carefully Compounded As Your Doctor Prescribes 
Nothing But the Finest Materials Used 

Fountain — Grill — Luncheonette 

Try Our Delicious Sandwiches, Salads, Steak Dinners, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, 
Pies, Cakes. Take Home a Box of Whitman Candies or Our 
Delicious Ice Cream 



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MARION BURNSIDE 

Your friendly 

DE SOTO — PLYMOUTH 
DEALERS 



Wholesale Mopar Parts 

• 

2015 GERVAIS STREET 

Columbia, South Carolina 



Phone: 4-3023 



THE BIBLE EXPOSITOR & 
ILLUMINATOR 

An Advanced Bible Study Quarterly 



"TRUE TO THE BIBLE EXPOSITIONS" 

192 Well Packed Pages 

Each lesson is treated from various view- 
points, by outstanding scholars of the 
Christian Faith. 



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Address: 

UNION GOSPEL PRESS 

Address: 

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"THE BOARD OF FOREIGN 

MISSIONS 

of the 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

OF FREE WILL BAPTISTS" 

* 

242 Victor Avenue 

HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN 

• 

Serving in: 

India, Cuba & 

Africa 



W. A. GRINER 

Contractor 

Air -Conditioning — Heating 

Plumbing 

• 

2400 Two Notch Road 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
Phone: 7295 


"One Board or Carload" 

• 

STUCKEY LUMBER CO., Inc. 

P. O. BOX 8 1 3 

Broad River Road 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
Phones: 4-3565 — 3-5580 


Compliments of 

THE MILL ENDS STORE 

Piece Goods 

Decorative Fabrics 

Cotton — Woolen — Rayons 

• 

2 3 5 5 Two Notch Road 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 
Phones: 8163 — 8164 


HAL'S 5c & 10c STORE 

"Where Your Dollar 

Does Most" 

• 

3711 Main Street 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 


Compliments 

of 

A FRIEND 


For the Perfect Wedding: 

Wedding Gifts 

Including Announcements and Invitations; 
Direction of Rehearsal and Wedding; Dec- 
orating for Wedding and Reception — 
Bride's Cakes, Floivcr Shaped Mints, Small 
Cakes, Punch and Sandiviches. 

THE BRIDE'S SHOP 
1424 Hampton 

PHONE: 2-2294 


Known as the Best The Best Known 

JACOBS, The Tailor 

"Clothes Designed and 

Detailed For You" 

• 

143 7 Sumter 

COLUMBIA, s. c. 

Horace T. Jacobs Phone:2-8314 


Compliments 

of 

THE CAROLINA PAPER 
COMPANY 

• 
Columbia, South Carolina 



INDEX STUDENTS 



Abrahamsen, Jean A., 96 East Raleigh Ave., S. I., N. Y. 

Allen, Bernice A., Ashland, N. C. 

Allred, Leonard P., 840 Belle vue St., Greensboro, North 

Carolina 
Andersen, Helen E., 61 Parker St., South Acton, Mass. 
Anderson, A. Annabelle, 1227 Monterey St., Jacksonville, 

Fla. 
Anderson, Belva Jean, R.D. 1, Box 23, Industry, Pa. 
Angle, Stuart B., R.R. 5, Box 25, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Ayers, Patricia A., WilmontRd., Charlotte, North Carolina 
Baggett, Mr. & Mrs. Billy G., Route 1, Barry, Texas 
Bailey, Lowell A., Faith Bible Academy, Camdenton, Mo. 
Baker, Sterling F., Shrewsbury, Pa. 
Ballantine, Gladys V., 580-82 St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Ballard, Harold A., Mars Hill, N. C. 
Banfield, Mr. & Mrs. Charles S., 12602 Lauder, Detroit, 

Michigan 
Banks, John A., 118 Randolph St., Charlotte, North Carolina 
Barnaby, Lillian M., 1321 Venus St., Nashville, Tenn. 
Barthold, Stanley, 910 Elm St., Winnetka, 111. 
Bartholomew, Doris A., 137 W. Broad St., Millville, N. J. 
Basso, Richard M., Chester Depot, Vermont 
Bell, Hugh, 360 Mariposa Ave., Sierra Madre, Calif. 
Bennett, Billie R., Marrable Hill, El Dorado, Ark. 
Biggar, George C, 733 Naperville Rd., Wheaton, 111. 
Birkitt, James N., Route 3, Box 282, Charlotte, North 

Carolina 
Bishop, Cloyd J., 418 E. Peral Lima, Ohio 
Bishop, Rachel L., 1600 BlandingSt., G.I. Unit Apt. c-1, 

Cola, S. C, 
Bivens, Dale G., 2401 Lake Ave., Pueblo, Colo. 
Bivens, Phyllis A., 2401 Lake Ave., Pueblo, Colo. 
Black, G. Carl, 89 Cushing St., Portsmouth, Va. 
Black, Dwayne L., 89 Cushing St., Portsmouth, Va. 
Blood, David L., 7700 SE 30 Ave., Portland 2, Oregon 
Blood, Henry F., 7700 SE 30 Ave., Portland 2, Oregon 
Blomquist, Felix A., 1713 E. 35 St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bock, Henry Jr., 125 Tooker Ave., Springfield, N. J. 
Boehr, Barbara M., 1771 E. Orange Grove, Pasadena, 

Calif. 
Boehr, Ernest J., 1771 E. Orange Grove, Pasadena 7, Calif. 
Bolar, Marlin L., 325 So. 28, Lincoln, Nebr. 
Bonnette, Elmer O., Route 1, Box 222, Warrenville, S. C. 
Boozer, Charles W., 4909 Main St., Columbia, S.C. 
Boyer, Barbara M., 1040 Carteret, Pueblo, Colorado 
Boman, Irene B., 428 McDaniel St., Tallahassee, Fla. 
Bradshaw, Nell, Rt. 4, Box 516, Lakeland, Fla. 
Branch, Olivia A., Route 3, Box 344, Raleigh, North Caro- 
lina 
Brannon, Annette M., Ivy Dale, W. Va. 
Brewton, Mary L., Richmond Hill, Georgia 
Brickey, Marilyn E., Route 2, Box 309, Cumberland Road, 

Bluefield, W. Va. 
Brittain, Mr. & Mrs. Donald R., Pleansant Lake, Yarmouth 

Co., Nova Scotia 
Broach, Richard W., 5032 Airline, Dallas 5, Texas 
Brown, Donald E., 2524-A Blossom St., Columbia, S.C. 
Brown, Laurence D., 76 - 6 Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Brown, Samuel R., 4139 E. 93 St., Cleveland. Ohio 
Brownlee, Elva H., 234 W. Walnut Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brunner, Mary E., 45 Westervelt Ave., Plainfield, N.J. 
Bryant, Miriam C, 334 South Moore Rd., Chattanooga, 

Tenn. 
Burgess, Mary L., Blue Ridge, Texas, Box 120 
Burn, Joseph R., 124 Forest Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 
Burnette, Shirley S., 1202 Muller Ave., Columbia, S.C. 



Calloway, Betty E., 829 E. 34 St., Savannah, Georgia 
Cam, June M., "Lyndenhurst", 6, Encliffe Hall Ave., 

Sheffield 10, England 
Campbell, Hazel M., 23 Canaan St., Carbondale, Pa. 
Campbell, Thomas R., P. O. Box 46, Oakland Park, Fla. 
Canfield, Mary Kate, 405 Wood St., Signal Mtn., Tenn. 
Carlson, David M., 203 E. 2nd Ave., Rome, Georgia 
Carper, Delbert R., Lebanon, Kansas 
Carper, Lois W., 775 E. Maryland Ave., St. Paul 6, Minn. 
Cate, Mr. & Mrs. Carl W., Geneva Road, Cherry Farm, 

Wheaton, ni. 
Cate, Myron W., Box 143, Raymond, N.H. 
Chandapilla, Podimannil Thomas, Podimannil House, Mez- 

huveli P.O., Travancore, India 
Chastain, Warren G., 355 - 16 Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Clark, A. Louise, Chapel, Virginia 

Cole, Frank E., 1801 Guthrie Ave., Royal Oak, Michigan 
Cole, Janet R., 2805 Bate St., Racine, Wisconsin 
Cook, H. Robert Jr., Box 1358, Atlanta 1, Georgia 
Cottle, Morris O., 1207 Hull St., South Norfolk, Va. 
Courtney, Annie A., McConnellsville, S.C. 
Cranford, Eloise, Baxley, Georgia 

Creech, Margaret E., Route 1, Goldsboro, North Carolina 
Crisp, Lynn H., Columbia Bible College, S.C. 
Crockett, Kathleen W., Tangier, Virginia 
Crotts, Charlotte, P.O. Box 436, Biscoe, North Carolina 
Crowl, Arlie May, 901 B St., Portsmouth, Va. 
Crumpton, Lois L., Blaney, South Carolina 
Cutherell, Caleb S. Jr., RFD 1, Box 300c, Norfolk, Va. 

Dangers, Jacques E., 929 Vernon Court, Columbia, S.C. 

Darby, Kenneth, 108 Choice St., Greenville, S.C. 

Davenport, Christopher R., 2503 Dewitt Ave., Alexandria, 
Va. 

Davis, Carl R., 419 Colville St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Davis, Marshall E., 17 Shelbourne Rd., Havertown, Pa. 

Dempsey, Betty E., Route 2, Box 447, Naval Base, S.C. 

DePew, Betty, Route 2, Aiken, South Carolina 

DeVault, Grover G., Box 265, R.D. 2, Mt. Horeb Rd., Plain- 
field, N.J. 

DeViney, Robert D., 608 Garnet St., Winston-Salem 6, North 
Carolina 

Dickinson, Herbert A. Jr., 83 Terrell Ave., Oceanside, N.Y. 

Doll, Wayne F., 823 Kansas St., Larned, Kansas 

Dollar, Mrs. George W., Cayce, South Carolina 

Donadon, Ruth M., 6815 Mitchell, St. Louis, Mo. 

Dreessen, Melvin D., Sibley, Iowa 

Drew, Eve R., Apt. C-2, Columbia Bible College, Cola, S.C. 

Drew, Harlon, 112 Cranford Ave., Cranford, N. J. 

Droll, G. Russell, 3450 No. Second Street, Philadelphia 40, 
Pa. 

Dubert, Raymond E., East Main Road, Silvercreek, New 
York 

Duhan, Lawson A., 7505 Woolston Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Duvall, Luther Don, 1353 Dupont Ave. SE, Atlanta, Ga. 

Eberly, William E., 916 Buchanan Ave., Lancaster, Pa. 

Eichner, Roy R., 361 Longshore Ave., Philadelphia 1, Pa. 

Eisenback, James H., 145 Cabel St., Louisville, Ky. 

Eisenback, Samuel J., 145 Cabel St., Louisville, Ky. 

Ekstrom, Robert J., 7251 W. Farwell, Chicago 31, 111. 

Embler, Eugene, 123 Sanders St., Anderson, S.C. 

Enck, Virginia F., Route 1, Elizabethtown, Pa. 

Engels, William A., 1705 City Point Rd., Hopewell, Va. 

Eremic, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas, 4 Bayview Drive, Columbia, 
S.C. 

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



Fariss, Fred M., 91 Cushing St., Portsmouth, Va. 

Forbes, Ruth J., 13 Jendale Court, St. Louis, Missouri 

Ford, Edward White, 211 S. Hite, Louisville, Ky. 

Fortosis, Anthony C, 731 Linden St., Bethlehem, Pa. 

Franks, Mrs. Amelia, 1628 Clinton Avenue N., Rochester, 
N.Y. 

Frawley, William W., 1510 Barnwell, Columbia, S.C. 

Frazier, Wm. Burwell, Route 1, Rocky Point, N.C. 

Fry, Mary Lee, 823 Kentucky Ave., Signal Mountain, Term. 

Fulton, Anne L., 300 Waccamaw Ave., Columbia 5, S.C. 

Gaden, Verna M., 14862 Wisconsin Ave., Detroit 21, Mich. 

Garcia, Francisco, 19 No. 1, 172, Vedado, Habana, Cuba 

Garrett, Doris J., 903 N. New Road, Pleasantville, N.J. 

Gasperson, E. Eugenia, Skyland, North Carolina 

Gaston, Warren E., 2200 Lincoln St., Columbia, S.C. 

Genheimer, Ronald W., Dumisa Mission, Private Bag, P.O. 
Umzinto, Natal, S. Africa 

Giardinia, Silvia, 70 Shawmut Ave., Boston 16, Mass. 

Gibbs, Dorothy E., 1528 North 36 Place, Birmingham 4, Ala. 

Gilchrist, Paul R., 145 Maplewood Ave., Philadelphia 44, 
Pa. 

Glab, James R., 3150 Waverly St., Tucson, Arizona 

Glass, Belle E., 504 Weston St., Hopewell, Virginia 

Goldmann, Harold, 2020 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, Wis- 
consin 

Gray, John W., 204 Penn Ave., Clearwater, Fla. 

Gray, Robert D., 2153 Miner St., DesPlaines, HI. 

Greenman, E. Bryce, Route 6, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Griggs, Arvis W., Jet. City Hwy., El Dorado, Ark. 

Grimm, Charles H., Rt. 1, Belpre, Ohio 

Gruber, Robert B., Ord, Nebraska 

Griffiths, Richard J., 547 Carver St., Philadelphia 20, Pa. 

Groendyke, Mildred R., Route 2, Trenton, N.J. 

Guastella, Louis, 8017 - 14 Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Gyatt, William R., 169 Milnor Ave., Syracuse 3, N.Y. 

Hageman, Eugene C, Canadys, South Carolina 

Haile, Marjorie V., 5221 Burke Ave., Columbia, S.C. 

Haines, Ruth, Parkton, North Carolina 

Hale, Presley E., 1218 W. Cerro Gordo St., Decatur 49, 

m. 

Hall, William L., 1909 Taylor St., Columbia, S.C. 

Ham, Patricia A., 2042 Boulevard Drive N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Hammond, W. Thomas, 1412§ Okeechobee Rd., West Palm 

Beach, Fla. 
Hampson, Jean B., Mountainside Rd., RFD 1, Mendham, 

N.J. 
Hancock, William E., 412 E. Watauga Ave., Johnson City, 

Term. 
Haney, Paul J., Winona Dairy, Winona Lake, Ind. 
Haney, Virginia M., Winona Lake, Ind. 
Hardwick, Jack E., Lor is, South Carolina 
Harwell, Joyce H., 2924 Hutchison Ave., Charlotte, N.C. 
Headrick, Winford L., Rt. 2, Williamsville, Mo. 
Heaton, Norma I., 508 Piedmont Ave., Anderson, S.C. 
Heiser, Donald J., 645 E. Bahia Vista Ave., Sarasota, Fla. 
Herion, Martha A., 216 S. Sycamore St., Charlotte 6, N.C. 
Hesse, Mr. & Mrs. Don A., Clarksville (R.F.D.), Iowa 
Hester, Howard W., Lyndon, Ohio 
Hitzelberger, Steven V., 2539 E. Biddle St., Baltimore 13, 

Md. 
Homes, Clyde A., Route 8, Box 119, Greenville, S.C. 
Hood, Keith M., 30 Woodholm Rd., Sheffield 11, England 
Houston, M. Jacqueline, 232 E. Lake Drive, Decatur, 

Georgia 
Howell, Mitchell, Box 142, Troy, North Carolina 



Howell, Virginia R., 221 E. Worthington Ave., Charlotte, 
N.C. 

Hoxter, Nancy M., 508 Orkney Rd., Baltimore 12, Md. 

Hsu, (Stephen) Kuang-Tao, Kenka College, Kenka Park, N.Y. 

Huang, David, 223 Bamboo Gate, Man-Chu, Kao-Shiong, 
Formosa 

Huffingham, Irving D., 1406 Kings Ave., Jacksonville 7, 
Fla. 

Hunt, Roger W., R.D. 5, Bridgeton, N.J. 

Hurlburt, Horace, Congo Beige, Africa 

Hurlburt, Hugh, Congo Beige, Africa 

Hurst, James N., Route 11, Box 273, Jacksonville 7, Fla. 

Huston, Winifred L., 1917 Spruce St., Pueblo, Colorado 

Hutto, Carlisle, R.F.D., Swansea, S.C. 

Hyler, Gladys E., Route 1, Abingdon, Virginia 

Iredell, Ralph E., 7627 Rugby St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. 

Isley, Norma L., Box 806, Henderson, N.C. 

Isley, E. T., 3646 Humprey Dr., Columbia, S.C. 

Izzi, Jessie F., 63 W. 91 St.. New York 25, N.Y. 

Jackstadt, Alfred H., 1318 Pickens St., Apt. 5, Columbia, 
S.C. 

Jamison, Sara E., Rt. 3, Box 408, Greensboro, N.C. 

Jamison, Shirley T., Rt. 3, Box 408, Greensboro, N.C. 

Johnson, Barbara Jeanne, 1615 Des Moines Ave., Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Johnson, Berenice G, Rt. 2, Box 167, W. Columbia, S.C. 

Johnson, Carolyn J., Star Route, Sandstone, Minn. 

Johnson, Lorraine M., Star Route, Sandstone, Minn. 

Jones, Aziel W., 701 Dillingham St., Phoenix City, Ala. 

Jones, Belton L., 1801 Hickory St., Dallas, Texas 

Jones, Gordon H, Jr., Rt. 2, Box 13-B, El Dorado, Ark. 

Jones, Janice J., Jeffersontown, Ky. 

Jones, Marilyn R., Box 38, Jeffersontown, Ky. 

Jordan, Carter H., P.O. Box 362, Inman, S.C. 

Jordan, Charles W., 214 W. Forest Ave., Wheaton, 111. 

Karger, Lois L., Rt. 1, Pine Hollow Rd., McKees Rocks, 

Pa. 
Kaylor, Lawrence S., 3013 Grand Ave., Huntington Park, 

Calif. 
Kearse, William S., 21 N. Providence Ave., Atlantic City, 

N.J. 
Keiter, Joel L., 4048 21st St. N., Arlington, Va. 
Kelly, Claude A., 722 Heyward St., Columbia, S.C. 
Kinnard, Alberta W., 409 Lambert St., Atlanta, Ga. 
Kirkpatrick, Iva M., 320 Clark St., Bellwood, Pa. 
Knight, Alba Jean, 1014 E. Henry Ave., Tampa 4, Fla. 
Knight. Hazel Virginia, "Pinedale", Rt. 3, Clarksville, Ga. 
Knudtsen, Ronald O., Henning Minn. 

Koplos, Joyce, 2118 Bentley Dr., Apt. 666, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Kordatzky, Reynold L., 1365 Dean Rd., Fenton, Mich. 
Kornfield, William J., 20 Sunset Terrace, Tenafly, N.J. 
Koski, Beatrice M., 127 W. Conan St., Ely, Minn. 
Kreimann, Gladwin G, 414 North 8th St., Manitowoc, Wis. 
Kreuzburg, Janet A., DeKalb Pike, Gwynedd, Pa. 
LaDue, M. Judith, Pleasant Valley Rd., Poughkeepsie, 

Rt. 3, N.Y. 
Landon, Helen Jane, Crisfield, Md., Box 507 
Lapham, Walter Grant, 8863 Dawes Ave., Detroit 4, Mich. 
Lawing, John V., 919 Truman Rd., Charlotte, N.C. 
Lazaro, Louise M., Rt. 1, Box 61, Long Beach, Miss. 
Lee, Jui Lan, 53 Hsi Tsung Pu Hutung, Peking, China 
Lee, Mayanne, 2807 Webster St., Columbia, S.C. 
Lee, Meng Shu, 53 Hsi Tsung Pu Hutung, Peking, China 
Legant, Gordon T., 219 Marion Ave., Big Rapids, Mich. 
LeGates, Oscar S., 30 Bayview Dr., Columbia, S.C. 



Leimbach, Jane B., 40-46 190 St., Flushing 58, N.Y. 
Lennon, Rachel A., Rt. 2, Box 129 Clarkton, N.C. 
Lennon, Rebecca T., Rt. 2, Box 129, Clarkton, N.C. 
Lilley, Charles E., 2014 Jackson St., Sarasota, Fla. 
Lindvall, Andrew J., 1223 1st Ave., W., International Falls, 

Minn. 
Lindvall, Ella J., 1223 1st Ave., W., International Falls, 

Minn. 

Lloyd, Earl B., 412 Oakland Ave., Statesville, N.C. 

Lochstampfor, Edgar Franklin, 36 Channing Ave., Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Lochstampfor, Edward L., Jr., 36 Channing Ave., Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Lomel, Mary Ann, 1133 E. 42nd St., Savannah, Ga. 

Lomel, Ruth C, 1133 E. 42nd St., Savannah, Ga. 

Long, Margaret Leona, Biscoe, N.C. 

Lorentzen, Eleanor M., Powers Lake, North Dak. 

Lott, Theodore W., Seminary, Miss. 

Lowery, Joanna, 110 Whiteford Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Lucas, Earle O., Gaston, S.C. 

Lyle, Dorothy J., Marrable Hill, El Dorado, Ark. 

Mahler, Bruce R., 56 Lenox Ave., Lynbrook, Long Island, 

N.Y. 
Manning, Jo An, Ames Heights, Lansing, W. Va. 
Marcos, Jose Raymond, 2310 LaSalle St., Tampa 7, Fla. 
Marsh, Dorothy M., A.I.M., 375 Carlton Ave., Brooklyn 5, 

N.Y. 
Martin, Alice M., Box 61B, Atlantic Highlands, N.J. 
Matthews, Helen Murray, 275 Weidner Rd., Rochester, N.Y. 
Matthews, William F., 275 Weidner Rd., Rochester, N.Y. 
McAlister, Rebecca J., Biscoe, N.C. 

McBrearty, Alvah, 29 N. Penn. Ave., Atlantic City, N.J. 
McCall, Edith G., R. 1, Abingdon, Va. 

McClain, John M., 8 Donnon Bridge Rd., Greenville, S.C. 
McEwen, L.J., 116 E. 39th St., Savannah, Ga. 
McFarland, John L., 612 W. 37th St., Savannah, Ga. 
McQuay, Earl P., Box 51, Matthews, N.C. 
McQuilkin, Lucy Anne, 1311 Cambridge Lane, Columbia, 

S.C. 
Meier, Barbara E., 5812 Quebec St., Berwyn Heights, Md. 
Meiss, John P., 1822 Wallace Ave., New York 60, N.Y. 
Mencke, Herbert W., 788 Woodward Ave., Ridgewood, 

Brooklyn 27, N.Y. 
Michel, Eleanor M., 409 E. 160 St., Bronx 56, N.Y. 
Morgan, Carol G., 705 Beachwood Ave., Anderson, S.C. 
Moses, Donald K., 2107 Delaware Ave., Pittsburgh 18, Pa. 
Moyer, Patricia Joan, 103 Oak St., Harrisburg, Pa. 
Mullins, Charles Vernon, 1317 St. Joseph St., Dallas, Texas 
Musick, Emma Katherine, Box 336, Clinchco, Va. 

Nasshan, Ronald K., 59-28 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn 27, N.Y. 
Nates, James H., Jr., 1116 Elmwood Ave., Columbia, S.C. 
Negus, Donald O., 7856 Draper Rd., Rt. 1, Jackson, Mich. 
Nehlsen, Herbert H., 519 S. Summit Ave., Villa Park, 111. 
Nehlsen, Jessie I., 519 S. Summit Ave., Villa Park, 111. 
Nesmith, Thelma, 6321 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville 7, Fla. 
Newcomb, Fleming W., 4700 S.E. 122nd Ave., Portland 66, 

Ore. 
Newcomb, Wilson Manley, 4700 S.E. 122nd Ave., Portland 

66, Ore. 
Newell, Martha B., 820 N. LaSalle, Chicago 10, 111. 
Newland, Ruth G., Rt. 1, Kingsport, Tenn. 
Nietering, Donald G., 621 Marilla St., Buffalo 20, N.Y. 
Nissen, Kenneth Earl, 113 E. TallulahDr., Greenville, S.C. 
Nicolaysen, Laurence A., 457 Prospect Place, Brooklyn 

16, N.Y. 



Norman, Edwina, Box 181, Leaksville, N.C. 
Nuckles, Helen B., 1507 Atlantic St., Hopewell, Va. 
Nuckles, William McKinely, RR 4, Box 654, Indianapolis, 

Ind. 
Nunn, Cornelia, Rt. 1, Ashland, Ala. 
Nylen, Lois M., 321 S. Crescent, Park Ridge, 111. 

O'Kelley, Delma R., 1062 Center St., W. Columbia, S.C. 

Olsen, Ruth M., 151-89 St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Omaye, Kathleen H., Rt. 152, Box 780, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Orcutt, William H., 424 E. Manlius St., E. Syracuse, N.Y. 

Ortendahl, Joel M., Box 388, Bethune, S.C. 

Osborne, Elizabeth, RFD 1, Halifax, Va. 

Oskarson, Paul J., Rt. 2, Box 352, Boulder, Colorado 

Overcash, Betty L., 630 E. Cemetery St., Salisbury, N.C. 

Parks, Viola K., Star Route, Van Buren, Ark. 

Parnell, Douglas F., RFD 3, Box 140A, Sumter, S.C. 

Payne, Irene, 314 E. 32nd St., Brooklyn 26, N.Y. 

Payne, Paula B., 711 Cherry St., Wheaton, 111. 

Pearson, Florence W., Madison, N.H. 

Pease, Bob B., 34 Park Place, Lynbrook, N.Y. 

Penn, Virginia M., 2602 Love Field Dr., Dallas, Texas 

Peters, Robert L., 132 Market St., Saugerties, N.Y. 

Peterson, LeRoy A., 2437 Cutler Ave., Muskegon, Mich. 

Phillips, Mary Faith, Pontotoc, Miss. 

Pifer, Marjorie Irene, Rt. 6, Charlotte, Mich. 

Pifer, Wayne H., Rt. 6, Charlotte, Mich. 

Poley, E. Virginia, 315 S. Spruce St., Elizabethtown, Pa. 

Powers, Mary Ellen, 14943 Stansbury, Detroit 27, Mich. 

Powlison, Katharine I., 7518 Whitsett Ave., Los Angeles, 

Calif. 
Powlison, Lois J., 7518 Whitsett Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Poyorena, Richard R., 4240 Briggs, Montrose, Calif. 
Preston, Bernita C, Burdett, Kansas 

Prevette, Martha Ann, 41 Mary Day Ave., Pontiac 19, Mich. 
Price, Joan H., 1411 Winyah Dr., Columbia, S.C. 
Price, Marvin E., Rt. 1, Box 8, Castle Hayne, N.C. 
Priest, Perry N., Troy, Miss. 
Prozan, Virginia M., Box 175, Manteo, N.C. 
Purcell, Marcene V., 1001 E. 34th St., Savannah, Ga. 

Rabe, Harry G., 14451 Gridley Rd., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Ragano, Josephine A., 2105 8th Ave., Tampa, Fla. 
Ramer, William E., 340 Stonewall, Memphis, Tenn. 
Ramsey, Richard H., Dorset Ave. 325, Portsmouth, Va. 
Ray, Carolyn, 909 Union St., Greensboro, N.C. 
Rembes, Alice, 47 Wohlers, Buffalo 8, N.Y. 
Renaker, David W., 835 So. 42nd. St., Birmingham, Ala. 
Reyburn, Margaret P., 107 Lloyd Ave., Latrobe, Pa. 
Richardson, Louis B., Scandia, Kansas 
Robinson, Glenn B., Rt. 3, Gastonia, N.C. 
Roeda, Jack Harold, 321 W. 107th St., Chicago, 111. 
Rogers, Mildred, Box 244, Marianna, Fla. 
Rose, Natalie J., P.O. Box 1137, Bradenton, Fla. 
Rudolph, Wylie C, Jr., RFD 1, Saranac Lake, N.Y. 
Ruhr, Dorothy A., 4483 Forest Park, St. Louis, Mo. 
Rumley, Charles D., 212 E. Chalmers, Champaign, 111. 
Rumsey, Hubert M., 215 E. St., Anderson, S.C. 

Sanders, Eugene, 3 Willow Springs Dr., Greenville, S.C. 
Sandifer, Clarence E., Jr., 26 Earlewood Circle, Columbia 

S.C. 
Schade, Mary Joan, Box 464, Ashton, 111. 
Schubert, George, 24 Windsor Place, Oceanside, N.Y. 
Schubert, Margaret E., Port Norris, N. J. 



Schwartz, Theodore R., 138 Sylvania Ave., Neptune City, 
N. J. 

Scott, Robert H., 31.7 Easton Rd., Glenside, Pa. 

Seiford, Edward O., 380 Park St., Akron, Ohio 

Seiford, Helen M., 380 Park St., Akron 4, Ohio 

Selkirk, William J., 3605 Edwards Rd., Cincinnati 8, Ohio 

Sewall, Eva L., 119 Grove St., South Plainfield, N. J. 

Sharpe, Jack Q., 735 Silver St., Columbia, S. C. 

Shelley, Bruce L., 108 S. Villa Dr., Evansville, Ind. 

Shipman, Edward C, Rt. 2, Box 443, Naval Base, S. C. 

Shook, Paul, Jr., Plainfield, Iowa 

Shute, Sara Jane, 3217 Berkley Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. 

Siemer, Eugene G., 400 S. Meldrum, Ft. Collins, Colorado 

Sigmon, James M., West "A" St., Newton, N. C. 

Simmons, Elizabeth M., 1633 Hobart St., N. W., Washing- 
ton 9, D. C. 

Simon, Fred D., 808 Howard St., Greenboro, N. C. 

Simon, Gloria M., 1421 E. 7th St., Plainfield, N. J. 

Sinclair, Kathryn M., 1438 Elm Ave., New Kensington, Pa. 

Sizemore, Stanton, 407 Peachtree St., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Skolfield, Ellis H., 732| 14th St., No., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Skop, Betty M., 935 Fillmore Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Sledge, M. Helen, Duck Hill, Miss. 

Smiley, Virginia B., 3976 S. Pennsylvania, Englewood, Colo. 

Smith, Betty Jane, 705 Merriam St., Topeka, Kansas 

Smith, Doyle W., Belle Glade, Fla. 

Smith, Erma J., 1513 Pickens St., Columbia, S. C. 

Smith, Janice E., Enon Valley, Pa. 

Spence, Maxine H., 1206 30th St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Steinhaus, Claire P., 1507 Sunset Dr., Coral Gables, Fla. 

Steppe, Warren Douglas, 1319 Noble Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Stevenson, Wilbur M., Jr., Rt. 11, Box 255, Jacksonville, 
Fla. 

Stirrat, Layton H., 1618 Pendleton St., Columbia, S. C. 

Strauss, James M., 2123 Park St., Columbia, S. C. 

Strauss,' Juanita, 1803 Hampton St., Apt. 4, Columbia, S. C. 

Stuckey, Leona M., 901 N. E. 17th St., Ft. Lauderdale, 
Fla., P. O. 1496 

Styron, Clifton, Davis, N. C. 

Suda, Carolyn J., 8841 Elderts Lane, Woodhaven 21, N. Y. 

Sulc, Daniel D., RFD 1, Hopewell, Va. 

Sulc, Reuben B., Rt. 1, Hopewell, Va. 

Sundquist, Ulla, c/o John Meri, 1940 E. Tremont Ave., 
New York 62, N. Y. 

Swanson, Robert E., 211 Clark St., Mankato, Minn. 

Taber, Donald L., 261 Woodside Avenue, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Taylor, Clarence Burnette, Jr., 4131 34th St., Mt. Rainier, 

Md. 



Taylor, Sammy A., Box 171, Ridgeway, S. C. 
Tenney, Fred Eugene, Jr., Rt. 1, Finksburg, Md. 
Thomas, David D., Rt. 1, Box 409 A, Waynesville, N. C. 
Thomas, Eugene P., 5014 Aurora Blvd. N.W., Canton 8, 

Ohio 
Thomas, Eulice D., Tangier Island, Va. 
Thomas, Madelyn M., 5014 Aurora Blvd. N.W., Canton 8, 

Ohio 
Thornton, William C, 900 Ada St., Akron 11, Ohio 
Towns, Elmer Leon, 107 Wagner St., Savannah, Ga. 
Traynor, Edna Mae, Rt. 4, Box 262 A, Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Trotter, Lillian L., 3427 Blossom St., Columbia, S.C. 
Trotter, Mildred Anne, 1801 York Dr., Columbia, S.C. 
Trull, Angelene, P.O. Box 569, Canton, N.C. 
Tupper, William D. Box 413, Spring Valley, Wis. 
Tweten, Jeanelle L., 1355 84th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Vail, Betty J., 401 S. 3rd St., Monmouth, HI. 
Vaughan, Harold E., 305 Thompson Ave., Oak Hill, W. Va. 
Vines, George E., 1520 Ann St., Montgomery Ala. 
Vining, Gedney, 62 Hayes St., Binghamton, N.Y. 

Watson, Lynn R., American Mission, Lalitpur, U.P. India 
Weathersby, G. A., Apt. E -7, Gonzales Gardens, Columbia 

S.C. 
Weeber, Dorothy J., 216 Montrose Ave., Kalamazoo, Mich. 
West, Blair D., 158 Gallup Ave., Mt. Clemens, Mich. 
West, Edith C, 506 S. Yale Ave., Villa Park, 111. 
Willey, Julia Ann, 927 32nd St., Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Williams, Alda May, Rt. 2, Mansfield, Ohio 
Williams, Martha G., 432 E. 22nd St., Charlotte, N. C. 
Williams, R. Jean, Rt. 4, Box 181, Asheville, N. C. 
Williams, Robert V., 644 Diana Dr., Charlotte, N. C. 
Willis, Lois J., 1402 Caldwell Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 
Wilson, Dwight L., Jr., Rt. 1, Swannanoa, N. C. 
Wilson, Lillian R., Rt. 4, Box 164, Asheville, N. C. 
Winn, Arthur E., Jr., 1723 E. Duffy St., Savannah, Ga. 
Winn, Harriet B., Petersburg, N.Y. 
Wittig, Emil C, 6482 Oxford Ave., Chicago 31, 111. 
Woodson, Margaret E., Apt. D-l, Columbia Bible College, 

Columbia, S. C. 
Woodson, Raeburn E., 1600 Blanding, D-l, Columbia, S.C. 
Woolen, Barbara J., Barron Heights, Union, S. C. 

Yount, Robert E., 224 E. Prospect Ave., Jackson, Mich. 

Ziady, Sam G., River Way, Mont Joubeily, Beirut, Lebanon 





FACULTY 



and STAFF 



Boman, Miss Irene S., Columbia Bible College, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Braswell, Rev. J. Otis, 3803 Humphrey Dr., Columbia, S.C. 
Briggs, Miss Mabel E., Columbia Bible College, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Brownlee, Miss Elva, Columbia Bible College, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Culley, Dr. Paul G., 630 Riverhill Circle, Columbia, S.C. 
Davis, Miss Patricia, Columbia Bible College, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Dollar, Rev. George W., Cayce, S. C. 
Dowdle, Miss Margaret, Columbia Bible College, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Downey, Mrs. T. E., Columbia Bible College, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Farmer, Mrs. Harvey, Columbia Bible CoLege, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Ferris, Mr. Newell D., G.I. Unit B-l, Columbia Bible 

College, Columbia, S. C. 
Glasser, Rev. Arthur, 915 Abbeville St., Columbia, S. C. 
Gray, Rev. Robert D., 420 Riverhill Circle, Columbia, S.C. 
Greenman, Mr. & Mrs. Bryce, 1516 RichlandSt., Columbia, 

S. C. 
Hardin, Miss Louise, Columbia Bible College, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Hatch, Rev. James M., 19 Juarez Ct., Forest Acres, 

Columbia, S. C. 
Havlick, Miss Nancy, Columbia Bible College, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Hehl, Rev. & Mrs. John, 415 Riverhill Circle, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Hoke, Rev. Donald E., 2845 Stratford Rd , Columbia, S. C. 
McClarty, Miss KathrynE., 3813 Duncan St. Columbia, S.C. 
McCord, Miss Maurine, Columbia Bible Col 3ge, Columbia, 

S. C. 
McQuilkin, Mr. J. Robertson, 1311 Cambridge Lane, 

Columbia, S. C. 
McQuilkin, Miss Marguerita, 1311 Cambridge Lane, Co- 
lumbia, S. C. 
McQuilkin, Dr. RobertC, 1311 Cambridge Lane, Columbia, 

S. C. 



Mitchell, Miss Louise, Columbia Bible College, Colui 

S. C. 
Mitchell, Miss Lucy, Columbia Bible College, Colun 

S. C. 
Moore, Miss Pamela, Columbia Bible College, Colur 

S. C. 
Munro, Rev. John Ker, 3505 Verner St., Columbia, 
Nesmith, Miss Thelma, Columbia Bible CoUege, Colur 

S. C. 
Overstreet, Miss Sarah, Columbia Bible College, Co 

bia, S. C. 
Owings, Miss Edith T., 4915 Holmes St., Columbia, 
Petty, Miss Sara, 1120 Warren Dr., Columbia, £ 
Petty, Rev. Thomas M., 1120 Warren Dr., Columbia, 
Potter, Miss Elaine, Columbia Bible College, Colui 

S. C. 

Sanders, Rev. F. Brooks, 111 Academy Way, Columbia, 
Sells, Rev. Frank H., 1211 Devonshire Dr., Columbia 
Shepherd, Mrs. Gladys, Columbia Bible College, Colui 

S. C. 
Strauss, Miss Dorothy M., Hanson Court, Forest A 

Columbia, S. C. 
Thorsby, Mrs. Forrest, 1120 Warren Dr., Columbia, 
Tweten, Miss Grace M., Columbia Bible College, Colu 

S. C. 
Walker, Mrs. W. L., Columbia Bible College, Colur 

S. C. 
Warren, Miss Kathryn L., Columbia Bible College, 

lumbia, S. C. 
Watson, Miss Charlotte, Columbia Bible College, Colui 

S. C. 
Wenzel, Rev. Charles J., Jr., Columbia Bible Col 

Columbia, S. C. 
Wittig, Mrs. Emil, G. I. Unit A-3, Columbia Bible Col 

Columbia, S. C. 
Wood, Miss Shirley N., Columbia Bible College, Colui 

S. C. 
Woods, Miss Frances, Columbia Bible College, Colui 

S. C. 



'The lord make You to increase and abound in 



love one toward another, and toward all men. . .' 1 Thess. 3 12