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George K Smith

Guy G Smith

M/M James M Smith

Robert E Smith. Jr

M/M Allan C Spearman

Robert N Spurrier

Robert E Staton

Alan M Stegall

Donald E Stelling

J Hamilton Stewart III

James A Stone

E N Sullivan



George A Taylor. Jr
William T Taylor
Rev/M David Templeton
John F Thames
M/M Robert W Thomas
Bruce M Thompson
J Guyton Thompson
W Dowling Thompson
Oscar W Tinney
Mrs A C Todd. Jr
J Sloan Todd
Walter B Todd. Jr
Walter B Todd
Andrew N Trammell
David I Trice
Hubert Turner
William H Turnley
Thomas H Tyler
William E Tyson
Claude A Vaughan. Jr
M/M C C Walker
Edward D Walker
Warren L Walkup
William C Walkup
Mrs Clifford V Walters
Julius Wannamaker
W G Watson
R Otis Weaver. Jr
Charles R Wells
Mrs W F Wesanen
Thomas A Whitaker
M/M Malon Wickham
Edwin L. Wilds
Hedley Wilcox
M/M Harry Wilkes
James A Williams. Jr
Mrs H K Williamson
Charles Wilson. Jr
George D Wilson
Hugh W Wilson III
Samuel A Wilson
William O Wilson
Dr/M Paul B Wood
Mrs. Bessie F Wood
John Oates Woods
Mrs Marshall S Woodson
J Roy Workman. Jr
Mrs Robert Wylie
Fred A Yarborough
Mrs Vivian T Yarborough
Carroll S Young
Charles Young
Frank C Young
Kenneth R. Young



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Increasingly, contributors are establishing endowed scholarships at Presbyterian
College to name a special fund or honor a loved one. Yearly returns on these
investments serve in perpetuity to help students and the work of this college.



Col. & Mrs. Louis Jackson Scholarship



With an initial gift of $25,000, alumnus
Louis W. Jackson '28 and wife Helen of
Anderson, S. C, have set up the
Colonel and Mrs. Louis W. Jackson
Scholarship Fund to assist qualified
students in need.

President Orr said they plan to add
to this amount in the future and to
give the college broad latitude in
making decisions on the aid recipients.
The first avk/ard could be made in time
for the 1985-86 academic year starting
next September.

A 1928 PC graduate and former
president of the Alumni Association,
Jackson retired from his Army career
with the rank of colonel in 1960. Since
that time he has been affiliated with
the Anderson Savings & Loan
Association and as president-treasurer
of Upstate Investments, Inc., prior to
his second retirement. He also has been
active in civic affairs and as a
Presbyterian Church officer. Mrs.
Jackson is the former Helen Brown, an
Anderson native and graduate of
Anderson College.

Parents' gift memorializes
W. S. (Stan) Moore, Jr.

The Walter Staunton (Stan) Moore, Jr.
Scholarship has been established here
by his parents, Walter Staunton and
Lucile Bellotte Moore of Walhalla,
S. C, to memorialize this individual
who died recently.

Candidates for the award are to be
assessed on the basis of need as well as
on high standards of moral character
and academic performance.

Stan Moore was educated at the
University of Virginia and served tours
of duty in both the Army and the Air
Force. He was associated professionally
for many years with the Sangamo Co.

Walter S. Moore, Sr., is now retired



after more than 50 years of success in
the retail clothing business. Both he
and his wife, Mrs. Lucile Moore, are
recognized for their leadership in civic,
church and educational affairs and for
their philanthropy among worthy
causes. They have remained close to
Presbyterian College for a number of
years as benefactors and members of
the board of visitors.

Bequest of friend honors
alumnus Robert G. Hall

A $25,000 bequest from the estate of
Mrs. Nancy Campbell McKeithan of
Red Springs, N. C., funds the Dr.
Robert G. Hall Scholarship in honor of
her former pastor who received his
undergraduate training at PC.

Mrs. McKeithan's will stipulated that
awards of this scholarship be made to
deserving students in any field of
study who maintain acceptable
academic work.

Dr. Robert Hall is a 1944 graduate of
Presbyterian College who served the
Red Springs Presbyterian Church
for nine years and later was senior
minister of the First Presbyterian
Church of Birmingham, Ala., prior to
joining the faculty of Erskine Theo-
logical Seminary in 1982. He sent two
sons to PC.

Meyers Scholarship to aid
student football trainer

The Noland Meyers II Scholarship for
Student Trainer in Football honors this
PC alumnus through a fund set up by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex B.
Meyers of Greenville, S. C.

In addition to expressing their
affection and respect for son Noland,



894 students enrol/
for spring semester

PC posted its largest second-semester
enrollment of the past four years when
894 students registered for the spring
session now underway.

Registrar Roslyn Martin said this total
has been exceeded only twice before
at mid-January registration, in 1981
when 899 students enrolled and the
year before that when the figure
reached 911. The 1985 registration
shows a 4 percent increase over the
858 who registered the previous
January.

Mrs. Martin pointed out that 507 men
and 387 women compose the 894
student body now in session. While this
total represents a decline from last fall's
914 enrollment, she said the fall-off
is the result of normal attrition due to
some students completing their college
work during the first semester and a
few others for academic or personal
reasons.

The second semester of this 1984-85
academic year, which began on January
9, will extend through final
examinations on May 7 вАФ with spring
holidays scheduled for March 7-17.
Commencement exercises will be held
on Sunday, May 12.



the scholarship symbolizes the Meyers'
appreciation for Presbyterian College
and its athletic program. The fund
provides financial assistance for needy
students who serve as athletic trainers
for intercollegiate football.

Noland Meyers served effectively as
a football trainer during his
undergraduate days at PC before his
graduation in 1977. He now is manager
of the Meyers/Arnold store in the
Haywood Mall shopping center of
Greenville.

Alex Meyers, a business and civic
leader of Greenville, heads the
Meyers/Arnold mercantile organization.
He and Mrs. Meyers currently serve on
the PC board of visitors, and he is a
former chairman of this important
advisory board.



Presbyterian College



Vol. 38, No. 1



February, 1985



The Presbyterian College Report is published monthly except
lanuary. March, May, lune, September and November by
Presbyterian College Office of College Relations. Post Office
Box 975. Clinton, 5, C, 29325. Second-Class postage paid at
Clinton, S. C. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to THE
PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE REPORT. PC. Box 975, Clinton,
S. C. 29325.

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