The great leaders in this generation sound the praises and build the monuments of those who planted the seed of truth centuries ago.
Christ’s Object Lessons
Businesses & Entrepreneurs
Early Black Leaders
*Lower left: Beverly Bendall. Lower right: Cheryl Haskel. First row L to R: Barbara Bendall, Elder Richard Bendall – Education, Missionary Volunteers, Temperance, and National Service Organization; Elder J. H. Wardrop – Stewardship, Association Director, Public Relations Secretary; Elder James B. Gray – Radio, TV, Public Relations, Lay Activities, Sabbath School; Elder E. Frank Sherrill – President; Paul Irving Nosworthy – Secretary-Treasurer; Elder Clark L. Dilts – Publishing Director; and Elder B. Page Haskell – Book and Bible House Manager. Second row: Mrs. Richard Bendall, Mrs. C. V. Newman, Mrs. J. H. Wardrop, Mrs. Mary Ellen Lester, Mrs. James Gray, Miss May Powell, Mrs. E. Frank Sherrill, Mrs. Evelyn Shepard, Mrs. P. I. Nosworthy, Mrs. Clark Dilts, and Mrs. B. Page Haskell. Back row: C. V. Newman, Doug Bendall, Merrill Haskell, Mrs. Ruth G. Sinksen, Betty Engelkemier, and Shelly Wardrop (Record, 1970).
(1970, Dec. 12). Southwestern Union Record, p. 8.