Put Together by Ken Norman 1938  Annual Report Buckner Orphans Home
Buckner’s Annual Report - 1938
Back Side of Annual Report
Lift  Orphan  Children Through   the   Clouds of Life Into the Brightness of Hope  and  Happiness  It is bright above the ...
Buckner in 1938
Grade School grads of 1938
High School Graduates of 1938 Sunbeamers of 1938 in Winter Play Clothes
Entrants into Buckner in 1938 out of 900 applications
More Entrants into Buckner in 1938
And Even More Entrants Entrant Siblings in 1938
Hal F. Buckner General Manager Mrs. Hal F. Buckner Robert C. Buckner Asst. to the Manager Mrs. R. C. Buckner
Memorial Park Monument Completed in 1938
<ul><li>Buckner’s policy through the years has been:  “Care for more children and do more for the children cared for.” </l...
Father Buckner 1937 FB Champions 1938 BB Champions 1948 Bob Stokes 1938 Frances Weber Ken Norman
Now Buckner is known as  “ Buckner International”  so they really do   have the  “whole world  in  their   hands.” The End
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This 1938 Annual Report of the 630 orphans of Buckner in Dallas, TX was found in someone's attic so this is a powerpoint of the pictures.

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Buckner Orphans Home 1938 Annual Report

  1. 1. Put Together by Ken Norman 1938 Annual Report Buckner Orphans Home
  2. 2. Buckner’s Annual Report - 1938
  3. 3. Back Side of Annual Report
  4. 4. Lift Orphan Children Through the Clouds of Life Into the Brightness of Hope and Happiness It is bright above the clouds!
  5. 5. Buckner in 1938
  6. 6. Grade School grads of 1938
  7. 7. High School Graduates of 1938 Sunbeamers of 1938 in Winter Play Clothes
  8. 8. Entrants into Buckner in 1938 out of 900 applications
  9. 9. More Entrants into Buckner in 1938
  10. 10. And Even More Entrants Entrant Siblings in 1938
  11. 11. Hal F. Buckner General Manager Mrs. Hal F. Buckner Robert C. Buckner Asst. to the Manager Mrs. R. C. Buckner
  12. 12. Memorial Park Monument Completed in 1938
  13. 13. <ul><li>Buckner’s policy through the years has been: “Care for more children and do more for the children cared for.” </li></ul><ul><li>It cost around 70 cents a day per orphan to care for the 630 orphans in 1938. 93 orphans were baptized in 1938. </li></ul><ul><li>41 graduated in 1938. 25 attended college . </li></ul><ul><li>The home has now served 45 million meals in its history. </li></ul><ul><li>Without a football field or gymnasium, Buckner was District Basketball Champs and District Football Champs in both 1937 and 1938 . </li></ul><ul><li>In 1938, 10 cents would pay for an orphan meal and $10 would pay for shoes and ordinary clothing for a youth . </li></ul><ul><li>$100 would furnish a room for 4 youths . </li></ul><ul><li>In 1938, with the completion of Hardin, Pires, and the Sunbeam Home , Buckner had 19 major buildings . </li></ul>Highlights of the 1938 Annual Report
  14. 14. Father Buckner 1937 FB Champions 1938 BB Champions 1948 Bob Stokes 1938 Frances Weber Ken Norman
  15. 15. Now Buckner is known as “ Buckner International” so they really do have the “whole world in their hands.” The End

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