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Vol. V, No. 4

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April, 1974

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C.'s Largest Gradyating Class!


By Unanimous Action of the Faculty; Senior Dennis Bashioum will be awarded the Bachelor of Arts (Min isterial) posthumously. His academic achievements,
his character, and the impact of his life have deserv edly earned for him this honor.

BACCALAUREATE

10:00 a. m. - May 17 Story Road Christian Church 1810 S. Story Rd. Irving, Texas Message by Jack L. Clark Minister, LaMarque, Texas
COMMENCEMENT

BACHELOR OF SACRED LITERATURE (with Christian Ed ucation major) Luther Ray Capleyand Mary Helen Norris.

8:00 p. m. - May 17 D. C. C. Chapel Message by Melvin M. Newland

BACHELOR OF SACRED LITERATURE WilUam Eugene Brack, Larry Lynn Hudgins, Robert Paul Peterson, Donald Webster Reed, Dale Wesley Tischer, Jr., and Michael Guy
Williams.

On May 17, Dallas Christian College will be granting degrees to its largest graduating class. Nine will be awarded the Bachelor of Arts (Ministerial), eight will receive the Bachelor of Sacred Literature with two of them a major in Christian Education, and five will receive the two-year Cer
tificate of Award in Secretarial Science.

CERTIFICATE OF AWARD in Secretarial Science

Paula

Ann Baird, Kathy Ranee Ewing, Donna Gail Motley, Gwen dolyn Marie Phillips, and Barbara Leanne Roberts.

Their plans for the immediate future are varied.

Two

will be leaving after graduation for service in other lands,


one to preach in Mexico and the other to work in a mission

In Memoriam
Dennis J. Morgan, a fresfjjrfan 3-t naths-J^hrisHan was killed April 17 in a two-car colli

in Austria. Eight are already preaching or serving as As sistant or Youth Ministers. One plans to continue in fulltime music evangelism. Five will be leaving to take grad uate or specialized studies and expect to be preaching also. Three others will be looking for places of service. Of our six women graduates, three are married and an other is to be married this summer. Two are planning further education; one is working toward certification as a teacher. Three already have jobs to which they will go fulltime. Another will be staying home, taking care of their
small baby. The degrees to be granted and those who will receive
them are as follows:

sion near Alexandria, Louisiana. He was an honor student, coming


to us from the Eastside Christian

Church in El Paso, Texas. Dennis was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. William

J. Morgan. Brother Morgan was director of Spanish-Amer

ican Evangelismandisnow dean of El Paso Christian College.


Another son, David, is a junior at D. C. C.

Clinton Looney, missionary to Mexico, conducted the

BACHELOR OF ARTS (Ministerial)

Bernard Leslie Bow-

funeral services, assisted by Russell Bone, Freeman Bump,


and myself. The service was one manifesting a victorious faith. How thrilling it was to close with all singing "Blessed
Assurance, Jesus Is Mine!" The family has requested that a Student Loan Fund be es

lir^, Donald Weldon Bridges, Jair Japhet Castillo, James Franklin Duke, Randy Lee French, Barry Douglas Ham, Jer-

ece Dean Segroves, and John Andrew Windham.

(Cont.)

"WE'LL BE SEEING YOU AT THE KIAMICHI CLINIC

tablished in his name at D. C. C. What more fitting way to honor the memory of one who so loved the Gospel ministry! By this " . . . he being dead . . . yet speaketh. "
Those who desire to share in the Dennis Morgan Fund may do so by designating their gift and sending it to the
college.

Our prayers and thoughts will be with the Morgan family. May God continue to be richly near them during this time.

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