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The Christian Mission, Vol.

12, No.

2,

February 1968

ASSAM

INDIA

MISSION

CHURCHES

OF

CHRIST

Page 20

David and Lois Rees

Archie and Marguerite Fairbrother

The Phillip Ho Family

Phillip Ho treating a Khasi patient in the Church of Christ dispensary.

DAKOTA EVANGEL

VOLUME

XXIV

Class

of

159-7th

O.

P.

N.

Box

1968

DAKOTA

W.

1381

JUNE

Phone

1968

BIBLE COLLEGE

605

-

352 -

9227

Huron.

South Dakota

57350

NUMBER

2

Fairbrothers

Join

Faculty

in

God

his

has

a

kingdom.

place

for

Sometimes

every worker

when

it may

seem

will

been

as

that

open

shut

India

have

seen

the

door

has

been

shut,

another door.

The

to

the

Fairbrothers

door

so

is

concerned,

the

challenge

however

and

the

God

has

far

they

need

 

and

have

made

their

decision

to

join

Dakota

Bible

College

is

happy

to

the

staff

of

Dakota

Bible

College

and

introduce

to

you

the

graduating

class

of

1966.

dents

and

We are

feel

proud

that

the

of

these

Lord's

will be blessed by

their work in

stu

work

the

continue

their

fine

work

for

the

Lord

here.

We

thank

God

for

the

answer

to

our

prayers

for

help

in

this

work.

Master's

service-

 

The

students

from

left

to

right

are:

Gloria

Ellwanger,

Pierre,S.

Dak.

who

received

a

2

year

certificate

in

General

Bible.

James

C.

Howard

who

received

the

Bachelor

of

Sacred

Lit

erature

Degree.

Jim

Wisconsin.

Stephen

is

L.

Belo Horizonte,

Brazil

from

Neenah,

Smith

from

who

received

the

ian

Bachelor

of Arts

Degree in Christ

Ministries.

William

L.

Lance

of

The

Fairbrothers

have

it

ministered

to

West

the

Salem,

Bachelor

Wisconsin

of

Arts

in

who

received

Ministries.

Graduation

exercises

were

held

in

the Huron

Church

of

Christ building

on

May

21st.

held

The

at

Baccalaureate

10:30

a.m.

bringing

with

the

vice

was

Archie

Fairbrother

ser

Bro.

mes

sage.

Commencement was

held at

8:00

p.m.

with

Ellwood Beeman,

President

of

Platte Valley Bible College as

speaker.

the

the

Mill

Sholes

and

Chambersburg,111.

churches prior to

in

in

their mission work

to Assam India

India.

1951

They moved

worked

were

of

and

there

until

to

this

leave

year when

by the

they

government

forced

India.

Archie

Fairbrother

degree

from Lincoln

received

Christian

hisA.B.

College

and

also

lege

also

has

and

did

graduate

work

there.

attended

Johnson

Wisconsin

State

Bible

College.

He

Col

Mrs.

Marquerite Fairbrother also

received

Our

prayers

go with

these

young

her A.B.

Degree

people

as

they

serve

the

Lord.

froui Lincoln Christian

(Cont.

Page

Three)

Page

Two

CURB & GUTTER

PROJECT

The

Alumni

on

put

of

a

curb

the

Association

project of

of

D.B.C.

the

the

has

taken

to

road

cost

of

raising

on

money

main

The

and

gutter

been

Dakota Bible

work

has

College.

bid

at

$1400.00 by

a

local

is

the

possibility

contractor.

of

reducing

There

the

cost

teer

of

the work by using

help.

some

volun

$315

raised

like

the

Dakota Bible College and mark it for the "Curb & Gutter Project".

of

to

If you would

To

date

for

there

the

to

help

college

has

been

about

project.

on

this

campus,

send

improvement

your gift

SUMMER

BUILDING

PROGRAM

be

at

DAKOTA

EVANGEL

D.B.C.

ATTEND

Vice

President

and

Mrs.

Warfel

will

representing Dakota

the

North

American

Bible

College

Christian

Con

In

addition

to

the

other

summer

vention

in Cincinnati

this

year.

The

activities

of

the

college

personnel

college

will

have

a

booth

at

the

Con

we

will

be

building

additions

onto

vention

located

on

the

first

isle

on

two

of

our

faculty

homes.

It

was

de

the

South

side

to

the

front

of

the

cided at

our directors

meeting

that

due

to

the

size

of

add

the

to

Fairbrother

the

faculty

be

occupying.

family we

that

home

should

they will

rear

seating

section.

the

We

would

booth

and

encourage

meet

the

you

to visit

Warfels

and

It was

 

also

decided

to

add

two

obtain. Hterature concerning the college there. They will be happy to

bedrooms

to

the

President's

home

so

answer any questions you may have con

that

one

existing

bedroom

could

be

cerning the college.

converted

into a

much

needed

dining

area

that

and

extra

there

will

bedroom.

This

be

quite

a

means

bit

of

expense

of

the

involved

labor will

even

be

done

though

most

by

college

personnel

and

volunteer

labor.

Your

financial help with this building will be greatly appreciated. If you

live

in

the

area

teer some labor,

will be glad

to

and

want

to

volun

let

us

put you

know

and

to work.

we

MORE

STAMPS

NEEDED

NEW

MINISTERS

IN

AREA

The

past

few

months

of

Mr,

and

Jordons

have

seen

in

sev

this

eral

area.

moved

with

gations.

istered

gregation.

changes

In

March

ministers

&

to

Mrs.

begin

Carl

Jordon

to Mitchell

the Mitchell

to

The

the

their work

111.

coi>-

congre

previously min

Spencer

Calumet City,

Bro.

to Rapid

Walter Hill

and

family

moved

City

in

Mid-June

to begin a

Dakota

Bible

College

has

been

ministry with the First Christian

able

through

the

Gold

Bond

Stamp

Church there. They moved from Oakland,

program to obtain

much

of

the

equip

Illinois.

ment necessary

to

supply

our

dining

room. We have

purchased

tables

and

Vernon

Norris

and

family

have

ac

chairs

through

the

program.

cepted

a

call

to

serve

the

Brookings

We

are

still

needing

more

chairs

congregation. They will be moving to Brookings shortly after the middle of

for

the

dining

hall

and

chapel.

We

July. Bro. Norris has been minister

still Welcome the

stamps

or

the

val

to the Cogswell, N. Dak. Church of

idated covers from the books to help

Christ.

Wf

irelcome

these

men

and

ask

in

this

project.

We

will

appreci

Go4'

blesj-ings

upon

them

in

their

ate

your help.

 

new

a

of

service.

 

DAKOTA

EVANGEL

APPLICATIONS

ACCEPTED

Pictured

above

are

two

students

whose

Dakota

application

Bible

for

entrance

for

N.

to

fall

Pictured

the

College

term

are

have

Bonnie

been

accepted.

Cogswell,

Huffman,

Dak.

and

Betty

Wiemer,

Sheldon, Wise.

 

We have

also

received

other appli

cations

and

inquiries

concerning

en

trance

this

fall.

We

are

very

encour

aged

at

the

prospects

for

next

fall

and

feel

confident

that

we

will

have

an

increase

in

our

student

enroll-

FACULTY

SUMMER

SCHEDULE

 

The

has

a

Faculty

of

full

summer

President

follows:

Robert

Dakota

Bible

College

of

Barr

work

lined

is

scheduled

up.

as

June

10-14

-

DVBS Huron,

S.

Dak.

June

23

-

DCEA

at

Rapid

City

July

4-7

-

Family Camp

at

Neb-Wy-

 

Dak

in Wyoming

July

21-26

-

Daka-Centa Camp at

 

Lake

Byron,

S.

Dak.

Aug.

4-10

-

Dakotas

Camp

Christian

 

D.B.C.

Campus

Aug.

11-16

-

State-wide Advanced

Page

(Fairbrothers

Three

Cont.)

College

and

also

College, Hastings,

Christian College,

attended

Nebraska,

Abilene,

Wisconsin

State

University

Hastings

Abilene

Texas

and

The

Fairbrothers

have

seven

ren,

one

in Lincoln Christian

child

College,

one who will be entering Bible College this fall and the rest living at home.

With

the

addition

of

naturally have additional

salaries, etc.

We ask

for

faculty,

expense

we

for

your

prayers

and

financial

support.

 

BOOTH

AT

STATE

FAIR

Dakota

Bible

College

will

again

this year be sponsering a booth at the State Fair in conjunction with the

Dakota

Christian

Evangelizing Assoc.

The

booth

gives

real

opportunity for

publicity

of

the

college,

the

and

well

faith

the

as

in

church

of

South

Dakota

opportunity to witness

Christ.

of

DCEA

as

our

We

bers

welcome

of

the

any

help

churches

in

from

the

the

mem

Dakotas

in manning

the

booth and giving

gestions

for

improving

our booth.

sug

The

be Aug.

South

Dakota

State

30

through

Sept. 5th

Fair will

in Huron.

SCHOOL

OPENING

DATE

SET

Dakota Bible

doors

for

its

College

will

open

26th

consecutive

its

year

of

college

instruction

on

September

9th.

Classes

will

begin

on

that

day.

Freshman

orientation

and

enrollment

Camp,

Iowa

will

be

Thursday,

Sept.

5th

and

upper

 

classmen will

enroll

on Friday,

Sept.

Vice-president

Bob

Warfel's

Schedule:

June

9-14

-

Min-ni-dak Senior

Camp

 

Tracy,

Minn.

June

23

-

DCEA at

Rapid

City

July

July

9-12

21-26

July 4-10

-

-

-

NACC

in

Daka-Centa

Cincinnati

Camp at

Lake

Byron,

S.

Dak.

Dakotas

Camp Christian

on

D.B.C.

Campus

In

many

addition

to

other

duties

this

work

there

being

done

by

are

the

faculty

in

reference

to building, etc.

6th.

If

you would

like

information

con

cerning

Dakota Bible

College, its

cur

riculum,

its

advantages,

its

costs,

etc.

please

write:

Dakota Bible

Col

lege,

Box

1381,

Huron,

South

Dakota

57350

and

we

will

the

information.

be

happy

to

supply

Dakota

portunity

service

in

great

need

Bible

College

offers

an

to

a

for

learn

field

by study and

where

there

is

Christian workers.

op

by

a

Page Four

INDIVIDmLS

M/M C.

0. Anderson

Mrs.

Maud Alleman

$

5.00

500.00

45.00

2.00

85.00

20.00

2.00

2.00

9.00

100.00

UO.OO

63.00

11.00

30.00

10.00

15.00

Mrs. Yetta Forney 15.00

Mrs.

Christine Bishop

Dean Barr

Helen Blasingame

r^n Basye

M/H B.

Mrs.

Mrs.

Helen BonDurant

Homer Brooking

Lee Bolster

Mrs.

Helen Barby

Isabelle H. Cross

Mrs.

J.

Louise

W.

Caines

Divis

Irca Dietz

M/M Harry T.

Bchenfels

^VM Bill Bllwanger

Harold J.

Frost

Mrs.

R.

J.

Robert Fiester

Frederickson

M/M E.

tVM Jack Gibson

Mrs.

M/M Beryl

M/M Ed Hoist

W.

Fields

Borothy Gordon

Howe

S.

J. Huffman

Oliver Haugen

Elizabeth

Hofer Hatfield

30.00

3.00

25.00

25.00

1.00

5.00

W.OO

40.00

35.00

10.00

5.00

M/M Earnest

M.

Harris

Garnet

M.

Hatler

M/M Robert Kinney

M/M Bill

Ervin G.

Lance

Liete

Malcomb Lea^

M/M Otto l^g

M/M Elmer Licht W. A. Lockley

Robert McKnight

Jessie Maguire

Joe

IfcCully

Mrs. Wilma McCluggage

M/M Donald Miller

Anna & Valeda

Gary Merriam

Matkins

M?M Earl

Pearl

S.

S.

Nickum

Merico

Erza

Norris

M/M Noel

Prussman

Mrs.

James

Poole

Mavo Protor

50.00

10.00

25.00

20.00

6.00

10.00

2DT00

2.00

1.00

15.00

1,000.00

10.00

60.00

20.00

50.00

2.00

25.00

6.00

20.00

50.00

5.00

1.00

C.

A.

Gifts

Palmer

to General

$

M/M Fred Pederson & Mae

Ada Quinn

Mrs. Delia Reiswig

William D.

Rainbolt

M/M Howard Reed

M/M Jim Randall

Howard

W. H.

Blwood

Maude

Snow

Spradlin

Stagen

Spurlin

M/M B. R. smith Raymond Swayne M/M David Spellman

D.

M/M Scott VanDeburgh

Triggs

Mrs.

Albert

R.

E.

C.

Wilson

Warl

M/M Richard

Ward

John L.

Wright

Robert Warfel

M/M Delbert Williamson

Yoders

Bertram

CHT3RCHES

Illinois

Streator

Paxton

Christian

Mt.

Vemon

Comp.

Joliet

Stronghurst

Indiana

waianapotts-Univ.

Iowa

Lewis

Storm

Des

Clear

Hts^

Lake

Moines,

Lake

Westside

Webster City

Crusaders

Class

Women's

Kansas

Great

LaCrosse

Bend

Fellowship

Garden

City

Minnesota

Redwood

CYH

Falls

Dakota Evangel

Fund

20.00

15.00

Lamberton-Chr. Wrks.

Tracy

5.00

Missouri

150.00

Elmo

329.00

DeKalb

17.00

Unionville

5.00

Evangelizers Class

$

12.00

65;30

35.00

116.00

20.00

25.00 Bi-State Youth Rally 20.00

25.00

25.00

25.00

5.00

1.00

25.00

5.00

60.00

20.00

5.00

2.00

50.00

50.00

50.00

5.00

Kansas City-Southside 45.00

Mebraska

Sargent

Wymore

CYH

10.00

67.35

81.54

30.00

50.00

Clearmont

St.

Louis-Jennings

Miss.

Study Group

167.50

Irvington

Ord

Burwell

Ohio

151.00

Macedonia

25.00

5.00

Bast Sparta

70.00

5.00

Oklahoma

Beaver

100.00

Miss.

Society

5.00

Oregon

Portland-Central

5.00

99.99

South

Dakota

Sioux Falls

98.19

20.00

Miss. Group

6.00

50.70

Mitchell

95.07

20.00

Ladies Group

11.00

10.00

Arlington

45.00

Women's

Council

10.00

Huron^

:

99.79

 

Youth Group.

10.00

60.00

Free

Methodist

8.00

100.00

Beulah

Comm.

Church

350.00

100.00

Pierre

140.62

27.94

Women's

Council

20.00

Miss.

Circle

68.10

15.00

Rapid City

10.00

Gateway

77.00

Ist Christian

20.00

27.80

Sturgis

65.60

23.05

Missionary Circle

20.00

35.25

Brookings

75.00

Missionary Circle

15.00

15.00

Highmore

38.50

10.00

Preston Township

120.00

Contributions

to Special Appeal

included only in Summary below

Income

(Feb.-May)

Expenses

(Feb.-May)

Churches

Tuition

&

Room

Rent

&

Ind.

Fees

Dining Hall

Special Appeal

Miscellaneous

Total

$6,638.30

518.48

Salaries

Adv.,Miss.,&

Post.

443.55

Travel

714.15

Notes

&

Loans

1,242.20

252.12

$9,808.80

Ins.

& Repairs

Utilities

Supplies & Equip.

Dining

Hall

Total

$ 4,189.55

688.39

1,413.46

535.48

207.65

1,463.60

657.06

997.32

$10.152.51

Summary

(Feb.-May)

Balance Feb.

Feb-May Inc.

Feb-May Exp.

Feb-May Def.

Deficit June 1,

1,

1968

$ 9,808.80

10,152.51

$

1968

-343.61

$

38.36

-343.61

$-305.35

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