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THE ST. PAUL BIBLE INSTITUTE St. Paul, Minnesota
VOL. VII ' Published by: The Class of 194S
II A R M O Y W I T H G O D
THE ST. PAUL BIBLE INSTITUTE St. Paul, Minnesota
VOL. VII ' ' Published by: The Class of 1945
Youth turns anew To paths untrod; In harmony with Godj His planj His will our best.
We venture forth in Faith>, His promises a shield Dark days He will Blend with light; Sad tones He will Merge with merry Overtones of Joy; Our task is easyj Since He whispers "Loj Tm with you Even to the end!"
'Dedication We dedicate this "Shield" to Professor J. Merrill Tannehill whose devoted interest and diligent labor brought birth to the School of Music in the St. Paul Bible Institute, whose teaching cultivates in his students a finer appreciation of sacred music, and whose consistent testimony and keen understanding of youth serves to bring many closer "In Harmony with God."
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But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day. ' Prov. 4:18 The progressive blessings God granted us under Rev. Peterson's supervision will long remain.
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SEATED- Rev r n 5 . u r > T h o m p s o n , Rev. R. A. C h a p m a n . bhATED. Rev. G. D. Strohm, Rev. P. F. Waller, Rev. J. A. Peterson, Mr. O r d e Olson.
Members cf the District Fx<=cnt;^ ,-~v™ •* by delegates a t t e n S " ? t h e T s S t c o X e S , . ^ *°am
Vonnie Morscheck Secretary P a g e twelve
Mr. Orde Olson Treasurer
Rev. R. A. Chapman Secretary
Rev. J. A. Peterson Chairman
School ^ttowid Rev. Earl Gulbranson
Rev. G. D. Strohm
"A good man sheweth favour, and lendeth; he will guide his affairs with discretion." Psalms 112:5 These are men who are vitally interested in the progress of our school and in the development and success of each student.
Rev. J. A. Schmidt Page fourteen
Rev. G. A. French
"tie that handleth a matter wisely shall find good, and whoso trusteth in the Lord, happy is he." Prov. 16:20 Rev. Strohm upholds, and in deed personifies, our spiritual standards of vision, training, and service.
VeanoJ 7He* "So as much as in me is, I am ready to preach the gospel to you." Rom. 1:15 "One of us" who is an ensample to us.
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'Dean o£ TOamen "Behold, how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity." Psa. 133:1 Fellowship and harmony prevail in the girl's dormitory under our house-mother's friendly supervision.
Miss Cora Schultz Page fifteen
" . . . and some pastors and teachers." Ephesians 4 : 1 1 . We rejoice in a faculty whose instruction and lives exalt "the great Teacher come from God."
REV. GORDON E. MEYER, B. A., B. D. Theology
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MISS RUTH JONES Academic
REV. H. L. TURNER Theology
REV. DAVID R. ANDERSON, M. A., B. D. Theology
MISS ETHEL L. FOUST, M. A., M. R. E. Christian Education
REV. DON J. KENYON, B A. Theology
MRS. GEORGE STADSKLEV Language \
ALBERT BELLSON Music
MRS. J. MERRILL TANNEHILL Music
mI THEODORE BERGMAN, B. MUSIC Music
MISS JUNE ROSE SANBORN, B. MUS. in Ed. Music
MERRILL TANNEHILL, M. Mus. in Ed. Music
*% Sta^ EDNA TEETER "Distributing to the necessity of saints; given to hospitality." Romans 12:13 Orderly comfort prevails in our school domicile under our housekeeper's "home-making" talent.
LILLIE THIMELL and GLADYS OUADERER "A merry heart maketh cheerful countenance." Proverbs 15:13
Specialists in home nourishment—spiritual and material.
IRA ROOT "And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as to the Lord and not unto men." Colossians 3:23 Our building superintendent is a worker who radiates the spirit of the "carpenter, son of Mary".
WANDA MANEE "Behold my servants shall sing for joy of heart." Isaiah 65:14 Consecrated business efficiency and musical ability combined make our school secretary a profitable servant unto the Master.
AMELIA PIPER "Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep." Romans 12:15 Our efficient bookkeeper whose sympathetic understanding extends her quiet ministry far beyond the realm of finance.
MARGARET WALDIN "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." II Timothy 2:15 Books for sale; smiles free.
"Through God we shall do valiantly; our enemies." Psa. 108:13
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We gratefully dedicate this page in memory of Captain Floyd Richert, Chaplain, United States Army. Chaplain Richert, a graduate of the class of 1934, was the first chaplain from the St. Paul Bible Institute in World War II and our first alumnus to give his life for God and country in the present conflict. Thou wast too bright for earth To hold thee longer here; Pass on—we would not wish thee back Amid these shadows drear.
But on we also press, And may thy mantle fall And leave on many a quickened heart Some new and heavenly call. Pat e A. B. Simpson 3 twenty-three
"—This shall be our tribute For so long as war doth stay, Till God wills a peaceful dawning Keeping faith for you, we'll pray."
Eugene Petersen Page twenty-four
Siencon^ In response to the call of God we entered this Institute three years ago. We came from all directions and from different walks of life, but all with one objective: to learn of the "unsearchable riches of Christ". Among the countless cherished memories that time will never erase from our minds are the classrooms in which we set our minds to search out the treasures of God's Word with the aid of the Holy Spirit and our able instructors; the hours of fellowship with students in prayer and testimony which strengthened our faith and broadened our vision; and our private prayer-closets in which victories were won that made impressions in heaven and on our hearts that will count for eternity. We stand upon the threshold of a life of service. Behind us lie three years of specialized training. Before us lies our field—the world—bathed in the blood of war and afflicted by the open sore of sin, . . . and we have the only remedy for it. That remedy is Christ. Our aim and heart's desire is TO MAKE HIM KNOWN, and as we leave these halls with their precious memories, we step out with confidence into the sphere of service which God has prepared for us. —Ludwig Zerbe President, Class '45
Almighty God a challenge gives. His great commission hear. Those lovely words, "The Saviour lives'." Must ring in every ear, And so to hasten His return The Gospel seeds are sown. His was to die to save the world; Ours is to make Him known.
The sinner sickens in his sin; The heathen idols fall. Throughout the world sad is the din As blinded gropers call. One there is to heal their ills— 'Tis Christ Who saves alone. We cannot cruel, heedless be; Ours is to make Him known.
The cause no less demands of us Than all we have to give, That through our lives the Lord might bless And dying souls might live. So,—on our graduation, Lord, This prayer we make our own: Use us where and how You will; Use us to make Him known. —Carolyn Pfaff
OFFICERS: Chester Franzke, Treasurer Lorraine Adams, Vice President Florence Cornelius, Secretary Ludwig Zerbe, President Kev. Gordon Meyer, Faculty Adviser
LORRAINE ADAMS Togo, Minnesota
MARCUS ANDERSON Anoka, Minnesota
And he said, My presence shall go with thee and I will give thee rest. Ex. 33:14
That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death. Phil. 3:10
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LeROY CHRISTENSEN Princeton, Minnesota
FLORENCE CORNELIUS Aberdeen, South Dakota
For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ; for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. Rom. 1:16
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. John 15:16 Page twenty-nine
DONALD DECKER Buffalo, Minnesota
AUDREY CORNFORTH Minneapolis, Minnesota
Missionary O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out! R o m a n s 11:33
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee; because he trusteth in thee. Isa. 2 6 : 3
LOLA EMMEL Clearbrook, Minnesota
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ISABELLA HALKETT Poplar, Wisconsin
But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. P h i l . 4 : 1 9
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DWIGHT HALL Albany, Oregon
HAROLD KELLER Spooner, Wisconsin
For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the Dulling down of strongholds. II Cor. 10:4
Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass. Psa. 37:5
MARY KOBUS Coleman, Wisconsin
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee. Isa. 2 6 : 3
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RAYMOND LAIRD Hayes Center, Nebraska
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LORRAINE LINDBURG Ronan, Montana
Missionary In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Prov. 3:6
BEDA LINDSTROM Ranier, Minnesota
Theology Be strong and of a good courage: be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed, for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest. Josh. 1:9 Page thirty-three
EARL MALM St. Paul, Minnesota
ROBERT MALLERY Summit, South Dakota
Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain thee; he shall never suffer the righteous to be moved. Psa. 5 5 : 2 2
But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint. Isa. 4 0 : 3 1
EUNICE MILBAUER Oconto, Wisconsin
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Theology How precious also are thy thoughts unto me, O God! How great is the sum of them! Psa. 1 3 9 : 1 7
JANICE SIME Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Theology Delight thyelf also in the Lord; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Psa. 3 7 : 4
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MARGARET SMITH Scotts Bluff, Nebraska
TINZY SPARKS St. Paul, Minnesota
Theology For me to live is Christ, die is gain. Philippians 1:21
The Lord is my portion, saith my soul; therefore wilt I hope in him. Lamentations 3:24
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JUNE WEBER Watertown, South Dakota
Christian Education I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. Philippians 4 : 1 3
VIOLA WILLETT Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I press toward the mark of the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. Philippians 3:14
LUDWIG ZERBE Lustre, Montana
Theology The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord: and he delighteth in his way. Psalms 3 7 : 2 3
OFFICERS: Fern Zimmerman, Vice President LeRoy Wheeler, President Hardy Reese, Treasurer Pauline Muholland, Secretary Rev. D. J. Kenyon, Faculty Adviser.
Realizing that after another year of training in the halls of the St. Paul Bible Institute w e will step forth without shame into a troubled world to "rightly divide the Word of Truth", we of the Junior class blend our voices fo God in one accord that He will b e pleased to grant unto us a greater vision of perishing souls for whom Christ died.
Rev. H. L. Turner, Faculty Adviser George Anderson, President
As we entered training for the Master's service our hearts were filled with great expectations. Now that one year of preparation h a s passed, we can look back along the w a y a n d see milestones where our expectations became realities.
LAUREL ALEXANDER Indianola, Iowa
GEORGE ANDERSON Wright, Minn.
JUNE ANDERSON Minneapolis, Minn.
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One of the effective avenues of influence of the St. Paul Bible Institute is the very popular Night School, composed of sincere Bible Students of many denominations. The class meets Monday evenings pursuing courses in the regular school curriculum.
"But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear:"
I Peter 3:15.
Training to preach the gospel are the theological students who, under the guidance and direction of the Holy Spirit, become soul winners for Jesus Christ.
"But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me:
for of such is the kingdom
The joy of leading a little child unto the one who can best mold his life for eternity belongs to the children's missionary. Also profitable to the personal worker is the Christian Education Course.
"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." John 3:16. Inclusive in the plan of salvation is the whole world. For those called to carry the gospel to the regions beyond the Missionary Course is exceedingly beneficial.
LeRoy Pierscn, Man Curator; Hope Berry, Secretary; Marcus Anderson, President; Tinzy B. Sparks, Vice President; Earl Malm, Treasurer; Ida Wessman, Lady Curator.
*7%i44io4t4/Uf Society The Missionary Society is to be highly commended on their prayerfully planned Missionary program. The Friday evening services as well as the noon-day prayer meetings have proven a blessing to the participants as well as to those remembered in prayer. We count it a God-given privilege to be enabled to contribute to His Missionary Program while yet in training at school.
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. . .The Lord of the Church has honored her with the assignment of preaching the gospel to every creature as speedily as possible. . .If the Church is to accomplish this great task and have any weight in the postwar world, it will have to go back to the preaching and resultant living of the first century. . .And what are the New Testament, first-century methods? Self abnegation, cross-bearing faith, and a burning zeal to carry the gospel to all the nations of the earth. These are the God-ordained ways to victory for the Church, Today for Tomorrow.
The statement of Christ when He said, "There shall be wars and rumors of wars," was never more true than it is today. . .Nearly all the nations are at this minute reeling under the impact of one of the fiercest battles ever waged in the history of mankind, the debt of which will not be liquidated in the life span of the grandchildren of this generation. . . When this war is over, we must be ready to circle the globe with the gospel. . .
. . W h e n bloodshed has ceased, why cannot God's servants be ready to bring the message of the greatest blood donor in the world, why cannot we be ready to bring the dynamic bombs of the gospel of Jesus Christ unto the uttermost parts of the earth. . .Are ycu willing to give the supreme sacrifice? The price is great but the rewards' will recompense for all your labors!. . Will you yield yourself fully to Him tonight?
^ Into the darkness of Africa we peer with fearful eyes; and not without cause. The horrifying sinful powers of darkness binding and blinding the dark-skinned lost souls are broken by none save by the Light of the World—and how shall that light abolish the darkness if we who bare that light fail to let it shine unto them?
OFFICERS: Doris Erickson, President; P a u l i n e Muholland, Vice President; Eleanore Krupsky, Secretary; Robert Spreckels, Treasurer.
Sacitfi rfmenica Quite suddenly we hear music—festive music—drums and heathen music. In the gay cities and in the crawling jungles of South America souls bound by superstition and sin are dying in despair. The metropolis gaity does not camouflage the city-dwellers' sin, nor do the jungle sounds drown out the savage cries of anguish. These are our fellow Americans—shall we not tell them the good news of salvation?
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OFFICERS: Ruth Waldin, President; Helen Hubin, Secretary-Treasurer.
(fyina, The scene is changed and we behold countless prayer wheels revolving and numberless bodies lying prostrate and pleading before pieces of wood and stone. Here in China teeming millions seek the truth—and how shall they hear without a preacher?
There looms before us a great open door about to swing open when the smoke of war begins to fade from French Indo-China where the soul's cry of hundreds of tribes is for salvation. Who will bare the tidings that the Saviour, Jesus, lives?
OFFICERS: Aries Johnson, President; Sally Hawley, Vice President; Dean Weber, Secretary; Marion Kirk, Treasurer.
IdtotcCWontd Scan then the Island World; but search deeper and see enchanting nature's beauty does not calm the troubled dwellers' terror of the shadow of death. Let not thy heart be troubled, Neither let it be afraid. Jesus longs to whisper to them; He their ransom, also paid.
Might they meet this lovely Saviour, And the peace of 'all is well.' Who will go and introduce Him? Who will go, yes, go and tell?
OFFICERS: George Anderson, President; Secretary; Eugene Gapp, Treasurer.
Lois Wood, Vice President;
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"Then will I go unto the altar of God, unto God my exceeding joy: upon the harp will I praise thee, O God my God." Psalm 43:4.
The purpose of the Sacred Music Course is that others might be drawn unto Christ and by receiving Him a s their personal Saviour unite with us who now sing the new song of salvation.
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BACK ROW: Toews, E. Malm, Wheeler, Zerbe, Decker, Shipley, Quesnel. Hall; SECOND ROW: Bradsby, Turner, Stoesz, Logerquist, H a n s e n , Hustad, A n d e r s o n , Berry, G a p p ; FRONT R O W : Sanborn, H o a g l u n d , Mazurek, Pfaff, Vincent, Sheffield, Kindgren, R. Malm, Thompson, Freeman.
Although its activities were circumscribed by war conditions, the Choral Club enjoyed another successful year, appearing in churches both in and beyond the Twin Cities. Program emphasis continued to be upon the finest sacred music of the past and present.
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FRONT ROW: G. Larson, Blomquist, A. Johnson, Greinert, Toews, Baldwin, E. Brown, Mittelstaedt Dauffenbach, Decker, F. Logerquist; BACK ROW: C. Nelson, Reeves, J. Brown, B. Logerquist bhodin, Berry, Tannehill, V. Thompson, Leigh, C. Larson.
Several occasions through the school year call for an exhibition of the talents and musicianship of members of the school band under Prof. Tannehill's direction.
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Above is a photo-likeness of the proposed dormitory building for the Institute campus.
Friends of the Bible Institute, both near and far, are being enlisted to make investments in the dormitory expansion program. The school must be prepared for an influx of students following the war; the physical plant is badly crowded even under present conditions.
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Rev. Paul Gunther, North Side Alliance Church, Emerson Ave. N. at Lowry, Minneapolis
The spiritual warmth of the Alliance churches and friendliness of the people form a double appeal for students to fellowship with the Twin Cities' congregations.
*7**ct Society The Tract Society has a big job in a busy school, having oversight of tract distribution and leadership in prayer for success of the ministry of student groups.
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Openings c o n t i n u e to come for student pastors, and this year a group of men students carry on a regular week-end ministry while busy in classes throughout the week.
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OFFICERS: Henry Rathert, President; Robert Mallery, Treasurer.
Eugene Gapp, Vice President;
Myron Malone, Secretary;
Men students who are vitally interested in personal evangelism are banded together in this group to put forth serious efforts to reach the lost through every possible contact.
SEATED: RUTH STOESZ, VIRGINIA THOMPSON, GLADYS SIMPSON, EUNICE MILBAUER, IDA WESSMAN, ELDA EARLE JONES STANDING: ANGEL VAGGALIS, FLOYD WIBERG, MERWIN GORDON NOT PICTURED: LEO BERRETH
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O. E. Sanden—Science sped for the Scriptures Alma Mater
Dr. Lovaas — Preaches Christ, the "Great Physician"
George Edstrom, Lyric Tent
Rev. Frank Bass 4 Rev. Allen Hamilton bring a Child Evangelism challenge.
Simpson—"Church Home" for many students
Dr. R. R. Brown — Institul friend of long standing
R. G. LeTourneau.—Christi businessman, gives and tei lies for Christ.
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Ou/i cM-ealtif, ^Jhcutk^ for your interest and wonderful cooperation in making this book a success. INSTITUTE Rev. G. D. Strohm, Adviser. Rev. G e r a l d Smith, Counselor. Miss Amelia Piper, Treasurer.
TEAM CAPTAINS Ruth Stoesz Angel Vaggalis Floyd W i b e r g Merwin Gordon Leo Berreth
Eunice Milbauer Virginia Thompson Elda Earle Jones Ida Wessman G l a d y s Simpson
PHOTOGRAPHERS Kenneth M. Wright Studios. Commercial Golling Studios, Portrait P h o t o g r a p h e r s .
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of the Western District
"Within the boundaries of the Western District lives the amazing total of 18,000,000 persons. There are within the District more than eighty cities having a population of ten-thousand and over into which we have not yet entered with the Alliance message and missionary program. The task of reaching such vast numbers is one which calls for men and women of deep consecration, who possess superior gifts plus the kind of training which St. Paul Bible Institute can impart.
THE W E S T E R N of T H E
C H R I S T I A N
A N D
M I S S I O N A R Y *'
DISTRICT A L L I A N C E
REV. C. R. THOMAS, SUPT. CHICAGO
The MartensdaleMinburn Churches MARTENSDALE AND MINBURN, IOWA
WILLIAM STUART McBIRNIE. Minister
REVA DEATON BILL STEWART LAUREL ALEXANDER VEDA DEATON EUGENE SHIPLEY EDWIN CROW ESTHER BROWN JEANNE BROWN WANDALEE REEVES
Students at St. Paul who are members or affiliates of the Martensdale-Minburn Churches.
F E L L O W S H I P
L E A G U E
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Alumni Organization of the
St. Paul Bible Institute J. B. WINDLE,
W. R. ANDERSON,
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '45!
IVeLcame To The Fellowship Of Our Alumni Organization At Home And Abroad!
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P a g e Eighty-eight
TRAINING—Your young people prepared
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SERVICE—God glorified through you and them
" . . . I will make darkness light before them." Isaiah 42:16
REV. L. L. KING, Pastor "Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel."
God has honored and called these young people from our church to preach the Gospel or to serve in Christian service. Alta Spader Boyer Robert Bradsby Marian Campbell Bustard June Barkey Carlson Frances Caves Glenn Crawford Dorene Eldred Jennetta Eldred Ruth Erickson Barbara Wilson Franklin Gertrude Hoffman Vernon Howell
Clyde Ingwerson Gail I n g w e r s o n Dorothy I n g w e r s o n Dorothy Lear P h o e b e Craycraft Miller Viron O. Miller Ord L. Morrow Charles Pierce Ruth Pierce Martin Ruth S u n d e e n Angel Vaggalis
SIMPSON BIBLE INSTITUTE W h i c h is the only Bible Institute of the Christian and Missionary Alliance west of the Rockies. Courses a r e offered in:
Dr. Paul Stromberg Rees Rev. A. C a b o t J o h n s o n — C h a p l a i n G. W . Otteson
• Missions • Bible Music
Catalogue sent on request REV. J. D. WILLIAMS, President SEATTLE WASHINGTON
Eighth Ave. So. at Seventh St. Minneapolis, M i n n e s o t a
CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH
9:45 A. M . — S u n d a y School C l a s s e s for all a g e s M e n ' s Bible Class—Dr. Rees
309 South Second Street Aberdeen, South Dakota
11:00 A. M. English W o r s h i p (each S u n d a y ) Broadcast over W D G Y 11:00 A. M. Swedish in C h a p e l First, Third a n d Fifth S u n d a y s
"THE FRIENDLY CHURCH OF THE HUB CITY" Rev. J. S. Rahn, Pastor
612 Sixth Avenue S. W.
GREEN GROVE ALLIANCE CHAPEL
5:00-6:00 P. M. Youth Fellowship G r o u p s 7:30 P. M. Evangelistic Service 7:45 P. M. Bible Study a n d P r a y e r — T h u r s d a y
"A FRIENDLY CHURCH IN A FRIENDLY COMMUNITY" SUNDAY SERVICES S u n d a y School . Morning Worship _ _ _ _ _ Evening Service _ _ _ _ _ Located one mile north of Highway 70 on County Highway H — twelve miles west oi Spooner. REV. J. E. BRUNKO. PASTOR
THEODORE BERGMAN, B. M. Christ-centered S u n d a y School Literature
Instructor of HARMONY
for all d e p a r t m e n t s
St. Paul Bible Institute MacPhail School of Music Following the International Uniform Lesson
Bethel College Northwestern Missionary a n d
Bible Training School Accompanist, APOLLO CLUB, M i n n e a p o l i s Organist, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Minneapolis
H. E. Almquist BIBLES
Free s a m p l e s on application
TRACTS S u n d a y School superintendents or teachers
Plaques, Scripture Novelties, S u n d a y School Supplies
(mention the d e p a r t m e n t y o u a r e
Specializing in the D e e p e r Life Writings of Mrs. Jessie Penn-Lewis Oswald Chambers
L. L. Legters a n d others
3025 Irving A v e . So. O p e n Evenings Till 8 O'clock
P L e a s a n t 3293 Minneapolis 8, Minn.
C l e v e l a n d
O h i o
Charles and Fry
St. Paul, Minn.
Mtmntwl GEORGE FRENCH
Tune in Every Sunday 6:15 - 7:00 P.M. Tuesday Thru Saturday 6:30 - 7:00 A. M. WDGY—1130 KG 5000 Watts
H . . . We appreciate being affiliated with such a splendid school as St. Paul Bible Institute in our unique and blessed ministry preparing young people to preach the Fourfold Gospel. . . . May God bless our '45 Graduating Classes in taking this message "to the ends of the earth." . . . We extend to you a cordial invitation to enjoy with us the keen spiritual atmosphere of "The Mount of Prayer and Blessing," and to avail yourselves of the thorough training Missionary Training Institute affords.
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION "The School That Prepares Today For The Work of
ALLIANCE CHURCH 3100 G r a n d A v e n u e Minneapolis, Minnesota R a y m o n d A. C h a p m a n , Minister
NELSON'S CHRISTIAN SERVICE CO. 116 Bremer Arcade
St. Paul 1. Minnesota
Gospel Light Press Sunday School material always on h a n d PLAQUES, PICTURES, BOOKS Greeting cards for all occasions Word of Life Scripture Text Stationery Scriptural Tracts AGENTS WANTED
. . . The Book Room has appreciated your fellowship a n d patronage. We now extend our hearty congratulations on this your commencement. May we continue to serve you during the days of your ministry.
S. S. SUPPLIES
Your orders will receive our cheerful a n d prompt attention
ALLIANCE BOOK ROOM Englewood at Hamline
St. Paul 4, Minnesota
C. J. and H. W. ANDERSON COMPLIMENTS
1573 University Avenue Midway 9910
MIDWAY DEPARTMENT STORE WEARING APPAREL AND SHOES
'The biggest little Department Store in Midway.'
BEAUTY AND BARBER SHOP NEstor 3050
1334 W. Minnehaha St. A. C. Buchanan, Prop.
R. D U E
LEARN TO PLAY ACCORDION GUITAR BANJO MANDOLIN VIOLIN Private Lessons at Reasonable Rates * Gibson and St. Angelo Instruments Sold. Sheet Music, Strings, Accessories.
MANUFACTURING JEWELER OPTICAL REPAIRING Office—CE. 6011 Res.—VA. 0207 305 Ryan Building St. Paul 1, Minn. Diamonds, Mountings, Watches, Wedding and Stone
Snelling and Englewood
Tel. Midway 3037
376 St. Peter Street * Exclusive
St. Paul, Minnesota CEdar 8820
MIDTOWN BARBER SHOP ST. PAUL FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION
The students of the school appreciate the neat work and pleasing atmosphere of this Christian barber shop. There is a reason why this skilled Christian Barber is always busy. MIDTOWN BARBER SHOP 634 Snelling Ave.
Axel A. Olson,
St. Paul, Minn.
Executive Secretary Sanitary
Our thousands of customers with over four million dollars invested in our association invite you to become a member. Each account insured to $5,000.
'Compliments of a Friend" 353 Robert St., between 4th and 5th
St. Paul 1, Minn.
PEERLESS CLEANING & DYEING CO. Your Neighborhood
DRY CLEANING PLANT
706-708 No. Snelling Ave.
729-31 No. Snelling at Minnehaha
— We Sell — NEW FURNITURE AND RUGS
J U S T GOOD FOOD Without
RADIOS . . WASHERS . . PIANOS
QUALITY TEA ROOM CAFETERIA Snelling Near Minnehaha, St. Paul
Robt. Geo. Osborne
We Specialize in Swaps
Phone MI. 6500
H AMLINE CASH
734 Snelling Avenue North NEstor 7227-8
LOWEST PRICES ON GROCERIES and QUALITY MEATS
Mr. Ait shows us some of the :resh fruits a n d vegetables purchased for the student body from the Hamline Cash Market.
R. & K. SERVICE STATION Phillips 66 Products
Snelling and Minnehaha
S-L-A-T-E-R-S 1557 University Ave. — for —
We call for and deliver your car.
Just call us at Midway 1960.
11 A.M. to 8 P.M.
S. P. B. I. S T U D E N T S
Montgomery W a r d a n d Co. Mail Order Division
Centrally Located at 7th a n d W a b a s h a
Saint Paul, Minnesota
PRINTERS Binders, Map Makers Lithographers St. Paul, Minn.
Ninth at Sibley
"COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND"
HAZEL PARK ALLIANCE CHURCH East Seventh a n d White Bear Avenue Saint Paul, Minnesota Rev. L. A. Thompson, Pastor
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G(manxdMlaikm& To The GRADUATES Of the Class of '45
601-604 Ryan Building
St. Paul 1, Minnesota
Robert St. at 7th
719 North Hamline "Your friendly corner Drug Store"
GEO. C. PAUL, Reg. Ph., Mgr.
Nels K. Langsten, Prop.
We Specialize in Prescriptions
Complete Line of Band and Orchestral Instruments Pianos •& •& -fa Repairs
DRUGS, CANDY, and FOUNTAIN SERVICE
34 E. Sixth St.
Compliments of the YOUNG PEOPLE'S FELLOWSHIP LEAGUE "Victory Through Christ"
C. & M. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE Appleton, Wis. REV. EARL GULBRANSON, Pastor
"Compliments of a Friend"
Kenneth M. Wright Studios Saint Paul's Leading Photographers
WEDDINGS - FAMILY GROUPS - PORTRAITS
50-52 East 6th Street
Kletzing College Kletzing is a liberal arts college. It is co-educational. It offers courses leading to the degrees of bachelor of arts a n d bachelor of science. Kletzing College stands for a whole Bible a n d a full salvation. It has a strong Religious Education Department. Special advantages a r e offered to those preparing for full time Christian work. Scholarships a n d opportunities for work a r e available. Catalog will b e sent upon reguest. Correspondence invited. C. W. BUTLER, President Kletzing College, University Park, Iowa
Bethel Junior College and Seminary HENRY WINGBLADE, President 86% Baptist Students 96% Baptist Faculty 100% Baptist Board
EDUCATIONALLY WORTHY THANKFUL
HOUSE O F GOD
Credits transferable to a n y college or university recognizing the University of Minnesota. Thankful for your p r a y e r s Thankful for your cooperation Thankful for your gifts Bethel m e a n s "House of G o d " G r a d u a t e s a n d students, former a n d present, testify to this fact.
EXTRACURRICULAR Gospel Teams, Forensics, G l e e Clubs, Chorus ACTIVITIES
Groups, Basketball, Baseball. To Christ first To Swedish Baptists To Northern Baptists
For Further Information Write
BETHEL Saint Paul
1480-92 North Snelling Avenue
OAK GROVE DAIRY O a k G r o v e ' s rich d a i r y products
s e r v e d at e a c h m e a l in our dining room.
This is an exterior view of Uselman's Golden Ray Bakery which supplies our dining room tables with baked goods.
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NORTHERN GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE 910 Elliot A v e n u e
USELMAN'S GOLDEN RAY BAKERIES
Distinguished Baked Foods 1815 Selby—MI 0627
2040 Marshall—MI 7768
784 Grand—EL 1153
WESTLUND'S COMPLETE FOOD MARKET Quality Meats and Provisions 597 N. Snelling Ave.