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LYCOMING COLLEGE



30 10025 9275



E J. GRAY MEMORIAL UBRART




Aqood book, is the precious

lire blood of o> master-spirit

treA5ured up for o, life bejonS life.

"Milton



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Published 6y the Students of
Dfc/tmson Junior College




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The Dart Staff has attempted to give you a
resume of the 1944-4 5 school year. Our activities
have been somewhat curtailed because of the war
and the absence of many men from the campus, but
we have carried on to the best of our ability. None
of us will soon forget the Chestnut Hunt, the Mardi
Gras, the Greater Dickinson Banquet, Campus Thun-
der and graduation.

Much credit is due our business staff who, under
the able direction of Barbara Timberman, have worked
untiringly to make this book a success.

Our thanks to Professor Gillette, faculty adviser,
who willingly gave of his time to listen to our troubles
and to help us work out our problems.

In spite of the shortage of materials and other
handicaps, we have endeavored to bring you a Dart
that will, in later years, make vivid some of your most
cherished memories.




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To the members of our faculty who have gone from the halls of
Dickinson Junior College to answer the call of duty, we proudly dedicate
this book.

For you, Lt. (s. g.) John G. Cornwell, Lt. (s. g.) Richard V. Mor-
rissey, Ensign John P. Graham, Ensign Alice Eastlake, and Red Cross
Field Director Earl Z. McKay, we offer our prayers for a safe and speedy
return.



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Diar Friinds:

I have been referring recently to the
Dart to refresh my memory about
students in other days. So many Dick-
insonians are active in the world's bat-
tle fronts and making such a fine rec-
ord that I have been looking up their
records of work and activities as stu-
dents at Dickinson Junior College. In
this I have found the various volumes
of the Dart most helpful. It has been
interesting to compare and see how
closely their record in the various fields
of activity in which they are now en-
gaged parallels their record while here.

This illustrates an important function of the Dart, namely, to record faithfully, from the stu-
dents' point of view, the history of the Junior College while it is in the making. In after years you
will find great pleasure in referring to your Dart just as I have been doing recently. It is likely that
there are members of your class and certainly some members of the student body whom you do not
know well. A reference to the Dart in later years will often refresh your memory and recall pleas-
ant happenings and associations.

I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your part in making the Dart possible in
spite of the many difficulties which I am sure you must be experiencing. We are all in debt to you for a
real service which you are rendering.

And now a final thought. These are tremendous times. Possibly not since the beginning of the
Christian Era has any age been filled with greater possibilities. What is to come out of this war? Will
the cost be justified by the results? Young people are paying the greater part of the cost by making the
greater sacrifices. The youth in our colleges and elsewhere must carry on the work for which they
"gave their last full measure of devotion."

Of another day of world-shaking events Wordsworth said:

"Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive,
But to be young was very Heaven!"

May you see in this day not its privations and inconveniences but an incomparable opportunity and
prepare yourselves accordingly.

Sincerely,




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Hon. Robert F. Rich

Mr. Charles E. Bennett -

Mr. Arnold A. Phipps -

Rev. A. Lawrence Miller, Ph.D.

Mr. John E. Person

Rev. Harry F. Babcock

Mr. George F. Erdman -

B:siiop Charles Wesley Flint, LL.D.

Mr. R. K. Foster

Mr. Ivan E. Garver -

Hon. George W. Huntley, Jr.

Mr. J. Fred Katzmaier

Mr. Ralph E. Kelchner

Judge Don M. Larrabee, LL.D. -

Dr. Charles A. Lehman

:: ' Dr. John W. Lowe -

Mrs. Layton S. Lyon

Mr. John H. McCormick -

Rev. Elvin Clay Myers

Mrs. Clarence L. Peaslee

Mr. Spencer S. Shannon

:: Mr. Charles F. Sheffer -

Hon. H. M. Showalter

Rev. J. E. Skillington, D.D.

Mr. George L. Stearns, II

Mrs. H. Marshall Stecker

Mr. George W. Sykes

Ri v. W. Galloway Tyson, D.D.

Rev. W. Edward Watkins, D.D.

Judge Charles Scott Williams

Ri v. J. Mi RRii i Williams, D.D.

1 teceased



President
\'/< e President Emeritus

- Vice President

Secret tii}

Treasurer

Altoona

Williamsport

Washington, D. C.

- Williamsport
Roaring Springs

Emporium

Williamsport

Jersey Shore

Williamsport

Williamsport

Baltimore, Md.

Williamsport

Williamsport

Williamsport

Williamsport

- Bedford

Watsontown

Lewisburg

- York

Williamsport

Mount Carmel

- Conifer, N. Y.

West Chester

State College

Williamsport

Harrisburg



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I)k. John W. Long - ... President

J. Milton Skeath, Dean - Psychology, Mathematics

l'i okence Dewey, Dean of Women - Violin, Theoretical Subjects

Phil G. Gillette - - German, Spanish

Dr. Laurine L. Haynes - French

Dr. Rowland M. Hill English

Mabll K. Bauer - - - Chemistry

Dr. Harriette V. Bartoo - - Biology

Dr. Helen Breese Weidman - - History, Economii s

Albert A. Dickason Secretarial Science

Frederick C. Stevens - Sociology, Voice

Mary Landon Russell - Organ, Piano

Roi lin E. Hain - - Physical Education

Mary E. Harvey - - - Librarian

Harley B. Kline - - - Bible

Jean Croft Yocum - - Secretarial Science

Helen Gray Nichols - - - Public Speaking

Mabel F. Babcock - - Preparatory English, Spanish, Latin

Helen M. Golder - Art, Preparatory Mathematics

Ethel wynne S. Hess - - PAn/i >

Hazel Dorey - - - Piano

Helen R. Watkins - - - Physical Education

Ayelein Wolf Richards - - - Physical Education



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OFFICERS



George Wolf
Barbara King -
Betty Buck -
Ann Carter



President

Vice President

Secretary

- Treasurer



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September 1943! We will never forget that date, for
we took our first feeble steps toward acquiring a higher
education at D. J. C. The typical campus life was con-
stantly disrupted by the presence of the aviation cadets of
the Army Air Forces. The sophomores further annoyed
us as we waded through a wet and muddy Freshman Week.
Such events as the Greater Dickinson Banquet, "Nine
Girls," May Day, and cadet socials filled our days at Dick-
inson.

With the coming of the Fall of 1944, we returned with
our heads high. This year we were sophomores! After the
withdrawal of the cadets we moved back to the old dor-
mitory, and for a while we wandered around in once alien
territory. As upperclassmen we soon gained sufficient con-
trol to dole out punishment to the frightened Frosh, and
to laugh heartily at their antics performed on the gym steps.

Such things as the Mardi Gras, "Campus Thunder," the
Christmas Pageant, the President's Reception, and our one
basketball game, provided us with the many pleasant mem-
ories we take with us from Dickinson Junior College.



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SOPHOMORES



SHIRLEY ADSIT



OLIVE BABCOCK





RUTH BIEBER



OLIVE BRIGHT




R. W. BROWNLEE, JR.



BETTY BUCK




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Shirley Adsit

Stenographic Williamsport

"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart"



Olive Babcock

Arts and Science Williamsport

May Day I; Religious Activities 2; Dart Staff 2;
Stamp Committee 2; Red Cross Drive 2.

"Alt good things come in little packages."



Ruth Bieber

Arts and Science Williamsport

Dean's List 2; Dart Staff 2; May Day I.

"She was >i scholar unit a ripe and good one."



Olive Bright

"Orliff"

Art Williamsport

Greater Dickinson Banquet Committee 1; Choir 2;
Tribunal 2; Dart Staff 2.

"Her pencil drew what e'er her unit designed."



Russell W. Brownlee, Jr.

"Rms"

Arts and Science Williamsport

Dramatic Club I, 2; Tribunal 2; Dart Staff 2; De-
bate Club 2; Dean's List 2.

"There are dreams Ibat cannot die"



Betty Buck

"Biuky"



General



Clearfield



Dramatic Club 1,2; Secretary of Sophomore Class 2;
May Day I.

"So we'll go no mare a-roving in the
middle i>j the night."



NINETEEN



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SOPHOMORES



MARY ELINOR BUSSOM



ANN CARTER





RITA CIOFFI



BETTY M. COLLINS



ELIZABETH A. CORSON



BETTY L. DUNKLE




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Mary Elinor Bussom
"Meby"

Stenographic Williamsport

"S/>c entertains j cheerful disposition,"



Ann Carter

General Williamsport

Greater Dickinson Banquet Committee 2; C I j • s Trea-
surer 2; Dart Staff 2; Day Student Council 2.

"Keen, blissful, bright, never to be forgotten."



Rita Cioffi

Stenographic Williamsport

Officc-R Start' l.

"Strength of minJ rests m soberiety.'



Betty Marie Collins

"Collie"

Medical Secretarial Emporium

Dramatic Club, Assistant Secretary I; President 2;
Sextet I, 2; Choir 2; War Bond Committee 1; Vice-
president Boarding Student Council 2; May Day 1.

"Oh! If to dance all night"



Elizabeth Ann Corson

Arts and Science Williamsport

Student Council 1; Banquet Committee 2; Dart Staff
2; May Day 1.

"Tnii bappinesi consists alone in Join& good"



Betty L. Dunkle

General Williamsport

President's Reception Committee; May Day I.
"Friendliness of heart and spirit scattered lavishly"



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SOPHOMORES



DORIS E. EDWARDS



DORIS GRIGG



DOROTHY GRIGG



ANNA M. HANLEY




MARY JANE HARI.AN



BERT KAHL.ER




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Doris Elaine Edwards
"Dodie"

Stenographic Williamsport

Staff of Ofiice-R i.

"inn joy consists in gravity and grace"



Doris Grigg
"Dig"

Art Bangor

Dramatic Club I, 2; May Day 1.

"Perfection of art is to conceal art"



Dorothy Grigg

"Dot"
Art Bangor

Dramatic Club 1, 2; May Day I.

"Art is the right band nj nature."



Anna Mary Hanley
"Hanley"

General Muncy

Dean's List 2.

"Humility » //> pleasure and
si isdom u ilh mirth."



Barbara Jean Wagner
"Bobby"
Stenographic Renovo

Stafl of Office-R 1.

"U hn loves, raves, 'tis youth's frenzy."



Jeanne Louise Wagner
"Jeannie"

Stenographic Watsontown



Nancy Lou Waldner
"Nan"

General Ashland

Dramatic Club 1, Vice-president 2; Tribunal 2;
May Day 1 .

"The glass of fashion and the mold of form."



Alyce Mary Walker

"Tiin "
Arts and Science Baltimore

Dramatic Club i, 2; Sextet I, 2; May Day 1; Choir
2; Chairman War Bond and Stamp Committee 2;
Week-end Activities 2; Dart Staff 2.

"Gin- the bad what bappinesi they would."



Sara Frances White

"Sally"

Honey Brook



Medical Secretaria



Dramatic Club 1, Secretary 2; Dart Staff 2; Secretary
Boarding Student Council 2; May Day 1.

"O she sits high in all the people's hearts."



NINETEEN



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SOPHOMORES



JANE WILSON



NORA MARY WINNER





GEORGE D. WOLF





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Jane Wilson
"Janie"

Secretarial Science Norristown

Dramatic Club 1,2; May Day 1.

"Indeed, true gladness does not jlua\^ speak,"



Nora Mary Winner

Arts and Science Williamsport

Dickinson Banquet Committee 1; Dart Staff 2; Dra-
matic Club 1, 2; Bond and Stamp Committee 2;
President Day Student Council 2; Religious Activities
Committee 2; Red Cross Drive 2.

"True wit is everlasting, like the inn."



George Dugan Wolf

Commerce and Finance Williamsport

President of Sophomore Class 2; Dart Staff 2; Dean's
list 2; Basketball I; Dramatic Club 2; Ex-G. I. Club
2; Choral Group 1; Tribunal 2.

"My only books were woman's looks.'*



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Although we are a small group, this preparatory class of 1945,
we have had our share of fun and trouble at D. J. C. In the girls'
dorm the usual tranquil routine was broken occasionally by rats,
cats, bats, and sick dogs. The high spots of each day were the three
mail deliveries. In the evenings we danced in the lounge from after
dinner until 7:00; we wish to compliment "Mouse" Hill for asking
the girls to dance instead of going into a huddle over the vie with
the other fellows. After 7:00 we studied and were a fairly serious
group. The heavy silence of study hour was broken at half-hour
intervals by the slapping of Lizzy's shower sandals on her heels as
she went to Flossie's room to gripe about the long assignments and
discuss Joseph Cotten, her great love.




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