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income from the fund is granted on the basis of need
and ability, preference being given to residents of
Adams County, Pennsylvania majoring in economics
and/or management.



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Jesse E. Benner (1907) and Minerva B. Benner Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest is used to aid
worthy students, preferably preministerial students.

Burton F. Blough Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund contributed by a former trustee is used to aid
needy and deserving students.

Jean Aument Bonebrake Presidential Scholarship Fund: A
fund established by Roy Bonebrake (1928) in
memory of his wife, the income of which shall be
awarded to promising and worthy students in need of
scholarship aid, with preference given to students
who possess exceptional academic abilities and
outstanding promise.

Harry F. Borleis (1923) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest is used to assist needy and deserving
students.

Charles E. Bowman (1925) Scholarship Trust Fund: The
income from a bequest to be used to assist needy and
deserving students.

Elsie Paul Boyle (1 912) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a gift by Elsie Paul Boyle is awarded to a needy
and worthy student, preference given to a Lutheran
from Weatherly, located in Carbon County,
Pennsylvania.

Henry T. Bream (1924) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund contribiued by alumni and friends of the
College in honor of Henry T. Bream, Professor of
Health and Physical Education, 1926-1969, is awarded
to a needy and deserving male scholar-athlete.

Lavem H. Brenneman (1936) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fimd provided by Lavern H.
Brenneman (1936), former Chairman of the Board
of Trustees of the College, and his wife, Miriam, in
honor of their son, James (1960); daughter-in-law,
Mary Jane (1960); granddaughter, Kathleen (1984);
and grandson, Stephen (1987) is to be awarded
annually to needy and deserving students.

Randall Sammis Brush (1973) Memorial Scholarship: The
income from a fimd contributed by family and
friends in memory of Randall Sammis Brush is
awarded to a needy and deserving student
particularly proficient in the study of history.

Edward B. Buller (1923) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund contributed by the Lutheran Church of
the Good Shepherd, Pearl River, New York, and



friends in honor of the Rev. Edward B. Buller is
awarded to a deserving student, preference being
given to a student from Good Shepherd congregation.

Cambridge Rubber Foundation Scholarship Fund: The
income from the fund given by the Foundation is
awarded to a qualified male student. First preference
is given to an employee or relative of an employee of
Cambridge Rubber. Second preference is given to a
resident of Adams County, Pennsylvania, or Carroll
County, Maryland.

Dr. Anthony G. Ciavarelli (1913) Scholarship Foundation:
The income from a fund established by Dr. Anthony
G. Ciavarelli is awarded annually to a student (or
students) who demonstrates superior character,
industry, serious academic purpose, and financial
need. Preference is to be given to a student preparing '
for the medical profession. If there are no students
who demonstrate financial need (who are preparing
for the medical profession), then the income may be
used to aid other students who demonstrate financial
need. If there are no students who demonstrate
financial need, then the College may use the income
for any purpose it determines.

Class of 1903, George S. Rentz Memorial Fund: The
income from the fund is used in support of the
College scholarship program.

Class of 1 91 3 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1915 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1916 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving sophomore.

Class of 1917 Schmucker-Breidenbaugh Memorial
Scholarship Fund: The income from the fund is
awarded to a needy and deserving student or students.

Class of 1918 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1920 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1921 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1927 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.



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Class of 1933 Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by members of the Class of 1933 is
awarded to needy and promising students.
Preference is given to students who, beyond
academic and personal qualifications, are
descendants of members of the Class of 1933.

Class of 1 936 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1937 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to worthy and promising students
who are determined to be in need of scholarship
funds. Preference will be given to students who
intend to enter a field of service focused on
developing greater understanding between our
nation and other parts of the world and majoring in
political science, economics, or history.

Class of 1 938 Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

Class of 1 939 Scholarship Fund: The fund was
established in honor of past President Dr. Henry W. A.
Hanson and former Dean Dr. Wilbur E. Tilberg. The
income is awarded to needy and deserving students.

The Fmsl M. and Agnes H. Cronlund Memorial
Scholarship Fund: The fund was established in
memory of Ernst Magnus and Agnes Hoffsten
Cronlund by their children Ernest and Shirley,
Eleanor, Martin (1929) and Rebecca, Raymond
(1933) and Lillian. The income is awarded to needy
and promising students.

Anita Conner Derry and Thomas James Faulkener
Memorial Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
contributed by Ellis Derry (1939) and Peggy Derry is
awarded to one or more worthy and promising
students who are determined to be in need of scholar-
ship funds. First preference is given to the family or
descendants of Anita Conner Derry or Thomas James
Faulkener and then to students majoring in
mathematics, computer science, or physical sciences.

W. K. Diehl (1886) Scholarship Fund: The income from
a fund created by Norman E. Diehl in memory of his
father, W. K. Diehl, D.D., is used to provide
scholarships to needy and deserving students.

Clay I (1948) and Adele Dovey Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund contributed by Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton C. Dovey, Jr. is awarded to one or more worthy
and promising students with preference being given to



a needy and deserving scholar-athlete pursuing a
major field of study in biology or economics.

Chris Fbert (1963) Memorial Fund: The fund was
established in memory of Chris Ebert by his father
and mother. The income is awarded annually to a
needy student. First preference is given to a student
who is pursuing a career in teaching or majoring in
mathematics, and/or participating in intercollegiate
wrestling; second preference is given to a student
who is studying for the ministry.

The Charles L. ''Dutch'' Fby (1933) Scholarship Fund:
The income from a fund established by the family
and friends of Charles L. Eby is awarded to needy
students. Preference is given to students who, beyond
academic and personal qualifications, are residents of
south central Pennsylvania and have demonstrated
leadership ability through active participation and
excellent performance in extracurricular activities.

Jacob C. Eisenharf and Rosa Bott Fisenhart Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund established by the J.
C. Eisenhart Wall Paper Company is awarded to a
deserving Lutheran preministerial student.

The Diuight D. Eisenhower Scholarship: Established by
the Eisenhower Society in honor of the thirty-fourth
President of the United States, a former resident of
the community of Gettysburg and a friend and
trustee of the College. The Society is dedicated to the
preservation of the qualities and ideals of Dwight D.
Eisenhower and the contributions which he made to
world peace. The income from the fund is awarded
to needy students who exemplify superior qualities of
honesty, integrity, and leadership. Additional monies
have been contributed to the fund through the R. M.
Hoffman Memorial Scholarship Fund.

The Dwight D. Eisenhower /Conrad N. Hilton Scholarship:
The income from funds received from the Conrad N.
Hilton Foundation are used to support the tuition
cost for a semester of study abroad for one student
per year. The scholarship will be competitively
awarded to a student who shows through career
aspirations and corresponding curriculum choices,
an appreciation of the role that travel, global trade,
and cross-cultural exchange can play in fostering
international understanding.

Eisenhoiuer Leadership Scholarships: The income from
the fund is awarded to class valedictorians and
salutatorians, presidents of the student council and
other leaders.



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Clarence A. Eyler (1880) and Myrtle B. Eyler Scholarship
Fund: The income from a bequest is awarded to a
worthy Lutheran preministerial student.

Annie C. Felty Scholarship Fund: The income from the
fund is given to a needy and deserving student.

H. Keith and Dorothy S. Fischer Scholarship Fund: The
income from the fund is awarded to a first year
student and may be continued up to four years.
Preference will be given to pre-medical students or
students majoring in natural science.

Wilbur H. Fleck (1902) Memorial Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest is awarded to a graduate cum
laude of the Protestant faith of the Wyoming Seminary.

Donald D. Freedman, M.D. (1944) and Richard S.
Freedman, D.V.M. (1973) Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund is awarded to a junior or senior, with
preference given to students who are pursuing the
study of medicine, dentistry, or veterinary medicine
and participating in varsity athletics.

David Garbacz (1964) Scholarship Fund: The income from
a fund established by Gerald G. Garbacz and his family
is awarded to students who, beyond academic and
personal qualifications, pursue a major in economics.

Dr. Daniel F. Garland (1888) Scholarship Fund: The
income from the fund is awarded to a deserving
ministerial student.

Richard W. Gaver(1966) Memorial Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund contributed by Dr. and Mrs. Leo J.
Gaver in memory of their son is awarded to a worthy
student, preference being given to a premedical student.

Gettysburg College Aluynni Association Scholarship Fund:
Formerly the Gettysburg College Alumni Loan Program
of 1933, the Gettysburg College Alumni Association
Scholarship Fund was established in 1984. The income
from the fund is to be awarded annually. Preference
shall be given to sons or daughters of alumni in accord-
ance with criteria established by Gettysburg College.

Loma Gibb Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
established by the Gibb Foundation in memory of the
Foundation's founder is awarded to needy students
who have demonstrated good academic ability as well
as the willingness to contribute to the Gettysburg
campus community in other ways.

The Millard E. Gladfelter (1925) Scholarships: The
income from a fund established by Millard E.



Gladfelter is awarded to first-year students and may
be continued up to four years, preference is given to
students from York County, Pennsylvania.

Charles E. and Mary W. Glassick Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund established by the Board of
Trustees in honor of President and Mrs. Glassick is
awarded to one or more worthy and promising students.

Dr. and Mrs. James E. Glenn Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund contributed by J. Donald Glenn
(1923) in memory of his parents is awarded to a
worthy student preparing for the Christian ministry
or the medical profession.

Gordon-Davis Linen Supply Company Scholarship Fund:
The income from a fund contributed by the
Company is awarded to a deserving student.

Grand Army of the Republic Living Memorial Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund donated by the
Daughters of Union Veterans is awarded to a needy
and deserving student, preferably the descendant of a
Union veteran.

The Dr. H. Leonard Green Scholarship Fund: The income
from this fund, established by the family and friends
of Dr. H. Leonard Green, is awarded to worthy and
promising students in need of scholarship funds, with
preference given to students majoring in religion or
philosophy.

Ida E. Grover Scholarship Fund: The income from a
bequest is awarded to a needy and deserving student.

The Merle B. and Mary M. Hafer Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest from the estate of Mary M.
Hafer is awarded to a deserving student, preferably
one preparing for the Christian ministry.

John Alfred Hamme (1918) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund given by Mr. Hamme is awarded
to a deserving student.

Marie H. Harshman Scholarship Fund: The income from
a bequest made by Marie H. Harshman is awarded
to a Lutheran student preparing for the ministry.
Preference is given to a student who intends to enroll
at the Lutheran Theological Seminary of Gettysburg.

The Robert W. Hemperly (1947) Memorial Fund: The fund
was established in memory of Dr. Hemperly by Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Easley. The income is awarded
annually to one or more needy students of high
academic ability and outstanding personal



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qualifications, preference being given to a student
preparing for a career in medicine or dentistry.

The Rev. Clinton F. Hildebrand, Jr. (1920) and Mrs. Clinton
F. Hildebrand, Jr. Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund is used to aid worthy preministerial students.

Edgar L. Hildebrand (1928) Scholarship Fund: T\\e income
from a fund established by Louis O. Hiltiebrand as a
memorial to his son Edgar L. Hildebrand is awarded
each year to worthy students of the College.

The Pearl Hodgson Scholarship Fund: The income from a
bequest from Pearl Hodgson to the York and York
County Stib League of the Woman's League of Gettys-
burg College and established by the Woman's League
of Gettysburg College in honor of Pearl Hodgson is
awarded annually to needy and deserving students.

The Arthur D. Hunger, Sr., M.D. (1910) Scholarship: A
fund established by Aithur D. Hunger, Jr. (1939) and
Josephine T. Hunger (1940) in honor of Arthur D.
Hunger, Sr. The income from the fund is awarded to a
Junior or senior who demonstrates academic excel-
lence and leadership and who is studying for a medical,
dental, veterinary or biological research profession.

Dr. and Mrs. I^slie M. Kauffman Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund donated by Dr. Leslie M. (1890)
and Nellie G. Kauffman is awarded to a deserving
student, preference being given to students from
Franklin County, Pennsylvania, or preministerial or
premedical students.

Spurgeon M. Keeny and Norman S. Wolf Scholarship Fund:
The income from a fimd contributed by Dr.
Spurgeon M. Keeney (1914) and his son, Spurgeon
M. Keeney, Jr., in honor of the Reverend Norman S.
Wolf is awarded to one or more worthy students.

Hon. Hiram H. Keller (1901) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by Mr. Keller, a former trustee,
is granted on the basis of need and ability, preferably
to applicants from Bucks Cotmty, Pennsylvania.

Alvan Ray Kirschner Scholarship Fund: The fimd was estab-
lished by Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Kirschner in memoiy of
their son who lost his life in World War I. The income
from the fund is awarded to two students, preference
being given to applicants from Hazleton and vicinity.

Klette Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund estab-
lished by Dr. Immanual Klette (1939) and friends in
honor of Mrs. Margaret Klette is awarded to a student



(or sttidents) whose activities evidence an innovative
accomplishment and potential in the promotion of
human betterment.

Kathleen M. and Samuel W. Knisely (1947) Scholarship Fund:
The income from a fund established by Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel W. Knisely is awarded to students majoring in, or
intending to major in, biology or chemistry who show
promise for contributions to their chosen field of study.

The Rev. Frederick R Knubel (1918) Memorial Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund given by John
McCuUotigh (1918) in memory of his classmate, is
awarded to an outstanding senior ministerial student
who has financial need.

Charles L. Kopp (1909) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest of the estate of Grace Shatzer Kopp is
awarded to one or more worthy and promising
students majoring in the humanities.

Bernard S. Lauryer (1912) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest shall be awarded to needy and
deserving students, preference to be given first to
members or former members of St. Mary's Evangelical
Lutheran Church, Silver Run, Maryland, and second
to members or former members of Evangelical
Lutheran Churches in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Clarence Gordon and Elfie Leatherman Scholarship Fund:
The income from a fund given by the Leathermans is
awarded to a deserving preministerial student.

The Rev. H.J. H. Lemcke (1860) Memorial Scholarship
Fund: The income from a fund given by Ruth
Evangeline Lemcke in memory of her father is
awarded to worthy male students who are graduates
of Pennsylvania secondary schools.

Frank M. Long (1936) Memorial Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund is given in memory of Frank M.
Long to worthy students.

Kenneth C. Lundeen (1966) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund established by James and Diana
Topper in honor of Kenneth Lundeen is awarded to
one or more deserving and promising students who
may be in a pre-law curriculum.

The Lutheran Brotherhood Fund for Lutheran Students:
The income from a fund established by The Lutheran
Brotherhood to be awarded to one or more worthy
and promising Lutheran students who demonstrate
financial need.



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Charles B. McCollough, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund:
The income from a fund provided by Charles B.
McCollough (1916) and Florence McCollough in
memory of their son, and by H. R. Earhart in memory
of his grandnephew, is awarded to one or more
worthy male students.

The Robert McCoy Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by the family and friends of Robert
McCoy is awarded to one or more worthy and
promising students.

William R. McElhiney (1936) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund provided by William R. and
Pauline McElhiney to be awarded annually and to be
divided equally among needy and deserving students
who demonstrate an interest in the College band and
the College choir.

Mahaffie Scholarship Fund: A fund initiated by Ralph
Mahaffie (1922) in honor of his brother James
Eugene Mahaffie (1916), the income of which will
be awarded to worthy and promising students in
need of scholarship funds.

Charles H. May (1904) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest by Mr. May is awarded to deserving
male students from York County, Pennsylvania.

Dr. John E. Meisenhelder (1897) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by Dr. Meisenhelder is
awarded to a deserving student.

Jane S. Melber (1983) Memorial Scholarship Fund: The in-
come from a fund established by Theodore W. and
Lucile M. Melber in memory of their daughter is
awarded to worthy and promising students for the
study of music in Great Britain. If such students
cannot be identified, junior or senior music students
may receive the award.

Forrest L. Mercer (1908) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest by Forrest L. Mercer is awarded to a
deserving and needy student.

J. Elsie Miller (1905) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a bequest by Mr. Miller is awarded to a
preministerial student.

Robert H. Miller (1938) and PaulD. Miller (1940)
Brazilian Scholarship Fund: The income from the fund
will be awarded to one or more worthy and promising
students who are in need of scholarship funds.
Recipients will be selected by the College, and



preference will be given to ( 1 ) a Gettysburg College
student who wishes to go to Brazil for a semester or
year of study at an accredited Brazilian federal or
state imiversity; (2) a Brazilian student studying at
Gettysburg College; or (3) a graduating student from
one of the American schools in Brazil who plans to
enroll at Gettysburg College.

Miller-Dewey Scholarship Fund: The income from a
bequest by the Rev. Adam B. Miller (1873) is awarded
to a deserving student.

Rev. William J. Miller (1903) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by Mary Willing Miller is
awarded to worthy young persons. Preference is given
to students preparing for the Lutheran ministry and
especially to those from Tabernacle Evangelical
Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Charles D. Meyer (1957) Scholarship Fund: The income
from a fund contributed by Charles D. Moyer, his
family, and friends is awarded to worthy and promising
students in need of scholarship aid. Preference is
given to students who can contribute to the ethnic and
intercultural environment of the College.

Musselman Scholarship Fund: The income from a fund
established by the Musselman Foundation, to be
awarded to a deserving student, with preference
given to sons or daughters of employees of the
Musselman Fruit Product Division, Pet Incorporated.

Albert C. and Linda Neumann Endowment Fund: The
income from a fimd established by Albert C. Neumann
(1964) is awarded to one or more worthy and promis-
ing students, with preference given to students with an
interest in pursuing a career in the health sciences.

John Spangler Nicholas (1916) Scholarship Fund: The
income from a bequest by John Spangler Nicholas is
awarded to a member of the junior or senior class of
sterling character and high intellectual ability in the
field of biology, preferably zoology.

Henry B. Nightingale (1 91 7) Scholarship Fund: The
income from the fimd is awarded to worthy students
who have successfully completed their first two years
at the College.

Patrick F. Noonan (1965) Scholarship Fund: The income
from the fund established by Patrick and Nancy
Noonan will be awarded to one or more worthy and
promising students who are in need of scholarship
aid. Preference will be given to the student or



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students who, beyond academic and personal
qualifications, are majoring in management and have
demonstrated leadership ability through active
pai ticipation and excellent performance in
extracurricular activities.

Nellie Oiler and Bernard Oiler Memorial Scholarship Fund:
The income from a bequest by Ida R. Gray in memory
of her daughter and son-in-law is awarded to a
deserving student, preference being given to a
Lutheran applicant from Waynesboro, Pennsylvania.

One in Mission Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by the One in Mission Campaign of
the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is
awarded to worthy and deserving students, with
preference for students who are Lutheran.

Lovina Openlander Scholarship Fund: The income from
the fund is awarded to needy and deserving students.

Thomas O. Oyler Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund provided by Thomas O. Oyler, Sr., and his wife,
Janet B. Oyler, in honor of their children, Thomas O.
Oyler, Jr., Jane A. Oyler, Jerome P. Oyler, William J.
Oyler (1977), and Susan T. Oyler (1985), to be
awarded annually to a deserving Pennsylvania student
whose major is Management or German, with elective
courses in the other field of study.

C. Eugene Painter Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund established by C. Eugene Painter (1933) is
awarded to one or more worthy and promising students,
with preference given to students majoring in chemistry.

The Lillian M. and William H. Patrick, Jr. (1916)
Scholarship Award: The income from a bequest by
William H. Patrick, Jr. is awarded on a competitive
basis to students with musical ability who demonstrate
financial need.

Hugo Paul Family Scholarship Fund: The income from a
bequest from C. Gloria Paul is awarded to a capable,
needy, and deserving student, to complete his or her
college education.

Willard S. Paul Scholarship Fund: The income from a
fund contributed in his honor by friends of the
College on the occasion of President Paul's retirement
and thereafter awarded to a deserving student.

Earl G. Ports (1923) Scholarship Fund: The income from
a fund provided by Horace G. Ports (1925) in
memory of his brother is awarded to a worthy student,
preferably in the field of physics.



Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Rasmussen Scholarship Fund: The
income from a fund donated by the Reverend Carl C.



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