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Tom, Peg and "Ba-Ba" Crosson are typical of the many
veteran families on West Virginia Wesleyan campus. Tom,
a freshman, and Peg, a sophomore, were both in the service
of the United States Marine Corps.

Through them, we introduce the 1947 MURMURMONTIS
to you!




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PUBLISHED BY MURMURMONTIS STAFF OF WEST VIRGINIA
WESLEYAN COLLEGE, BUCKHANNON, WEST VIRGINIA




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...HOME



Homecoming — with emphasis on the
inauguration of our new president. . . .

Events began with the Community Con-
cert singing of Donald Dame, Metropoli-
tan Opera Tenor on Thusrday, November
14; went through the meeting of the
Board of Trustees, Annual Faculty Trustee
Dinner and "Wesleyan on Parade" Fri-
day. The Inaugural exercises, the famed
Barbecue Luncheon, the Homecoming Pa-
rade, the football game with Bethany
(Wesleyan won!) and the Homecoming
Party on Saturday. Wesleyan, along with
her "Old Grads" made merry!

Sunday was marked by its air of serious
worship services and the prayers of all
for the future of Wesleyan and her new
president.

Bishop James H. Straughn gave the







COMING



morning sermon at the First Methodist
Church.

In the afternoon, the A Cappella Choir,
under the direction of Miss Boette, gave
an inspiring presentation of Mendelssohn's
"Elijah." Later in the afternoon the Kappa
Phi's were hostesses to an All College Tea.

Thus ended Homecoming for 1946.
However, it was more than just a home-
coming. It was the starting period for
the New Wesleyan!




DEDICATION



We dedicate the 1947 MURMURMONTIS to you, the veterans of World
War II, for you ARE the College! "The daughters and sons of the
Orange and Black" Is not an empty phrase ... it means every student
who has entered West Virginia Wesleyan College and the many thousands
yet to come. Some of you have been away from the campus for a few
years; some of you have been here to watch the college's transition from
peace-time to war-time schedule, and back to peace once again ... all
of you are Wesleyan students, whose scholarship and leadership are re-
flected in the growth of the college. You are part of the passing parade
of men and women who have given life to Wesleyan, who have lived and
studied and made friends here on the campus. Around you center the
activities of the college today. Yes, Wesleyan is a picture of you, as
individuals and as a group. This MURMURMONTIS is a record of life
on the W. V. W. C. campus in 1946-47. ... It is your book, written for
you and about you. We therefore dedeciate the 1947 MURMUR-
MONTIS to you, the veterans, who are the college.



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. . . Spring on the campus . . . magnolias in bloom
. . . the senior walk bordered with flowers . . . the
sun dial.



Down to the end of the campus to the Haymond Science Hall, you hurry to an 8 o'clock. . . . Sun-
light and shadow emphasize the stateliness of this Administration Building entrance . . . peaceful
and quiet here, the Ad Building is busy usually with the comings and goings of Wesleyan students.
. . . Now, on a peacetime campus, they are living, studying, working, having fun through college
days.




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Down from the campus on Pocahontas Street stands the
lovely home of the college's president . . . well-worn steps
and this open door have led sports fans into Wesleyan's
gymnasium for years ... to classrooms ... to the Student
Union . . .




The Home Economics girls' "pride and
joy" . . . their practice house on Barbour
Street just across from the campus . . .
an ideal little home.



"Let the chimes ring!" From the old
Ad Building tower . . . every noon
and evening . . . beautiful melodies
float over the campus and town.
. . . The music hall . . . located be-
tween the Ad Building and gymnas-
ium . . . one of the busiest places on
the campus . . . studios, classrooms
. . . and practice.





AGNES HOWARD HALL



Agnes Howard Hall, the girls' dormitory, was crowded to capacity this
year. Freshmen, sophomores and freshmen counselors only, lived there
under the mothering of Miss Stella Ward, dean of women. Always bustling
with activities, the "dorm" buzzed from dawn till dusk with plans and
purposes. Fall brought the annual "open house" for all on the campus to
see the rooms as they, not very often, appeared. Each month, the girls born
in that month, had a dinner in their honor. It was nice to see the dining
hall lit by candles and all decorated so beautifully. At night the "quiet"
periods were usually broken by giggles and gasps evading from a room
hostessing a "spread." The Governing Board, elected by the girls, passes
the rules and regulations of the house concerning "sign-in's," "campuses"
and "no night out," restrictions for disobedience. Mrs. Carola Regester
serves as assistant to Miss Ward and Mrs. Gem Zickafoose is in charge of
the kitchen, helping to put the bloom on the Wesleyan girls' cheeks.



MRS. CAROLA RESESTER

Assistant Dean





MRS. T. B. DRUMMOND

Housekeeper



MRS. GEM ZICKERFOOSE
Chef




JUNIOR-SENIOR DORMITORY



Halls that once echoed with men's voices now have a lighter key of laughter,
since upperclass girls have moved down to 49 South Florida Street, former
Kappa Alpha Fraternity house. A Junior-Senior Dormitory is something new
on Wesleyan Campus, but with the increased enrollment of girls, it has
become necessary to have more than one dormitory. Upperclassmen, busy
with their numerous studies, also provide entertainment in their dormitory
once each semester, at Open House. Housemother to these girls is Miss
Nellie Wilson.




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Kappa Alpha Fraternity House



MRS. ADA W. BEDELL
Housemother




Freshman Boy's Dormitory




MRS. N. KING

Housemother





MRS. JULIA HAROLD

Housemother




Alpha Sigma Phi Housa







HOUSING UNIT



BACHELORS' DORM

Go beyond Haymond Science Hall and one finds a new addition to the campus,
"Glamor Manor." Where is the "glamor"? Yes, the Bachelors' Dormitory. The
government completed this housing unit in November, 1946, and gave it to
the college for use to house 76 men. Mrs. Margaret G ussier enhances the
glamor as housemother.




MRS. MARGARET GUSSLER
Head Resident, Housing Unit I

FAMILY RESIDENCES

For the first time in Wesleyan's history, homes for the Veteran students and
their wives have been constructed on campus. They were opened for use in
March of this year, and now provide a more homelike atmosphere for the
wives and children of the veterans.

Each family has three rooms, a kitchen, a living room, and a bedroom plus
bath. The apartments came as somewhat of a lifesaver, as living conditions for
some families had been discouraging. It is hoped that these homes will supply
all needs of those who occupy them and that living in them will be a successful
and happy experience.




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ADMINISTRATION



Working together with us through the years
. . . guiding . . . teaching . . . advising . . .
uncovering thoughts of the past . . . and
giving us the tools with which to mold the
future . . . that is our faculty. We present
each one . . . that in years to come we can
look back . . . and see . . . and remember
them as they strove to give us a portion of
the knowledge of the world. That is edu-
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WESLEYAN'S PRESIDENT



You hold in your hand a copy of the MURMUR-
MONTIS, 1947. As the days and years roll by this
volume will become more and more precious to you
as you recall friends and associates that you made in
college in dear old West Virginia Wesleyan.

I wish to take this opportunity in the first year of
my administration as president to congratulate the
editor and her staff. They have done an excellent
job!

We are proud of our College. You, who have been
students here, are the products of our school, and
we are counting on your continued support. We are
proud of you!

West Virginia Wesleyan is dedicated to an educa-
tional program that is not alone in buildings and
endowment, important as these in themselves may
be. We believe in students and want to give every
advantage to the growth of well rounded persons.
If our students become men and women who take
their places in community life and serve their com-
munity, their state and their nation as Christian men
and women, our investment will have been worth-
while. Our dedication is to Him whom to know aright
is life eternal.

May God bless us as we go forward together in
this great adventure in Christian higher education.
W. J. SCARBOROUGH




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ARTHUR ALLEN SCHOOLCRAFT

Dean of the College, Registrar, Director of Admissions, Professor
of Education and Psychology



DEANS



The efficient operation of Wesleyan college lies in
the hands of the deans. Their major concern is
the interpretation and fulfillment of the needs of
the students and the guidance of their college
careers. This postwar year has introduced new
problems with which they must cope, and read-
justing the campus to a peacetime status has been
a major problem. Chosen for outstanding ability
in their respective fields, the deans direct and pro-
vide knowledge for the students which will be
necessary for their future.



STELLA WARD

Dean of Students, Head Resident Agnes Howard Hall, Associate
Professor of Speech and Dramatic Arts



JAMES L. HUPP

Dean of Students, Head of Counseling, Professor of Education and
Psychology





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WALLACE B. FLEMING
Vice-President. Emeritus



RACHEL C. OGDEN

Associate Professor of Modern Languages,
Emeritus



MRS. C. EDMUND NEIL

Associate Professor of Speech and Dramatic
Arts, Emeritus



FACULTY



NICHOLAS HYMA

Professor of Chemistry



RALPH C. BROWN

Profesfor of Biblical Literature and

Philosophy




LEWIS HERBERT CHR1SMAN

Professor of English Literature



JACOB BOS
Professor of German, French, and Latin




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GEORGE LEASE GLAUNER

Professor of History



JAMES EDWARD JUDSON

Professor of Biology



ARTHUR B. GOULD

Professor of Chemistry and Physical Science




CARLETON HAMMOND CURRIE

Professor of Sociology



HANS TISCHLER

Professor of Music



FACULTY



SAMUEL A. SMALL
Professor of English



SAMUEL D. MARBLE

Professor of Political Science




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JOSE A. FRANQUIZ LETA 5NODGRASS

Professor of Philosophy Associate Professor of Fine Arts



CECIL B. ROSS

Director of Athletics and Coach



FACULTY



DAVID ECHOLS REEMSNYDER
Associate Professor of Physical Education



MARIE D. BOETTE

Associate Professor of Music




WILLIAM A. HALLAM

Associate Professor of Mathematics



GLADYS CRONEMEYER

Associate Professor of Home Economics




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CALVIN BUELL AGEY

Associate Professor of Music



FRANCIS B. ANDREW

Associate Professor o-f History



E. KIDD LOCKARD

Associate Professor of Economics




LOUISE H. TISCHLER

Associate Professor in Music



ORA DOUGLAS CURRY



Librarian



FACULTY



HEYWARD A. WILLIAMS

Business Manager and Treasurer
Assistant Professor of Business Administration



CHARLOTTE BERNICE KNEPSHIELD

Assistant Professor oi Physical Education




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NELLIE G. WILSON

Assistant Professor of Religious Education



RONALD E. SLEETH

Assistant Professor of Speech



WINNIE HATHAWAY
Librarian



FACULTY



RICHARD H. RALSTON

Instructor in English



FRANCIS B. ST. CLAIR

Instructor m Business Administration





MARY VIRGINIA MOORE

Instructor in Business Administration



HELEN STOCKERT

Instructor in Library Science





JOHN SCOTT WITHERS WILLIAM D. FOSTER

Instructor in Physics and Mathematics Alumni Secretary and Field Representative



WILLIAM B. HICKS

Assistant to Business Manager



HARRIET WHETSELL

Secretary to the President



REGINA KENNY

Assistant to the Treasurer



BEATRICE HICKMAN

Stenographer in Business Offi<




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MARY SHAW STRUGNELL

Secretary to the Dean



JACQUELINE KALDON

Secretary to the Alumni Secreta



CATHERINE ANN TRAVIS

Secretary to the Registrar



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CLASSES



Each one gathering facts . . . learning of the world
. . . and of people . . . trying to absorb the wis-
dom of the ages. Here are our students, the
classmates of Wesleyan . . . the veterans coming
with their wives and children, aware of why they've
come . . . the boys out of service, confused, but
trying to find themselves anew . . . the girls fresh
from high school, with the ideals of youth yet
undimmed ... all working together . . . playing
together . . . studying together ... to make
Wesleyan what it is and what we love.



SENIORS


THOMAS J. ALFRED

Weslon


JOSEPH H. ANDRICK

Suckhannon


HUGH ASHBY

Pemsboro


MARY ALSENE BAILEY

Buckhanrton


WILLIAM W. BEALE
Ml. Clare


HELEN LOUISE BOLYARD

Rowlesburg


RAYMA GENE BROTHERS
Charleston


WILSON PERSHING BRYDON
Washington, D. C.


Lynch, treasurer; Gabriel, president; Johnson, vice-
president; Gnegy, secretary.

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JOAN DAMRON CAMPBELL

Summersvitle



OONALD J. CARMODY

Hartford, Conn.



DAVID D. CASTO
Buekhannon



LYNN RICHARD CHANNELL
Huttonsville



MARY ALICE COLE

Clarksburg



WILLIAM FORBES DOWNER

Hamden, Conn



NADA OPAL ELKINS

Dallas



DANNY ONEIL FIDLER

Akron, Ohio



SENIORS



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SENIORS



DELORES ELAINE FINLAYSON
Jane Lew



THOMAS GEORGE FOEHR

Portsmouth, Ohio



DAVID CHASE GABRIEL

Parkersburg



WILLIAM J. CLOVER
Weston



MARIJANE GNEGY

Ml. Lake Park, Md.



JOHN McCLURE GRUBB

Charleston



LONNIE J. HINKLE

Buckhanmn



MARGARET IONE HOLBERT
Bayonne, N. J.




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HELEN RUTH JACKSON
Buckhannon



CHARLES WILLIAM JOHNSON
Buckhannon



MARY ALICE JUDSON

Buckhannon



JOHN GEORGE KALAFAT

Weston



JAMES GIFFIN LAW

Wheeling



EVALEE ANN LINGER

Buckhannon



PAUL D. LINGER

Lorentz



RUBY LEAH LONG
Clarksburg



SENIORS



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SENIORS



PATRICIA ELAINE LYDICK

Parkanburg



ROBERT LEE LYNCH

Weston



CHESTER ARMSTRONG MARSHALL
Buckhannon



THALIA JUSTINE McCUE

Salbyville



MARY JO MORAN

Weslon



KATHLEEN MORRISON

Sutton



BETTY ELLEN NEASE

Buckhannon



DAVID L. OLDAKER

Buckhannon




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VIRGINIA LEA QUEEN

Buckhannon



ELINOR IMOGENE RANDOLPH

Lost Creek



BETTY JUNE REED

Buckhannon



L. GARFIELD SAGER

Buffalo, N. Y.



LAWRENCE F. SHERWOOD

Ronceverle



LORETTA JANE SHIPMAN

Curtin



KENNETH EDWARD SMALLRIDGE

Buckhannon



VIRGINIA LEE SOMMERVILLE
Mf. Clare



SENIORS



SENIORS



MARION LOUISE STEVENS

Rutland. Vt.



EUGENE C. STEWART

Buckhannon



CATHERINE ANN TRAVIS

Buckhannon



GLENNA GLEE WAGNER

Buckhannon



WILLA LOUISE WETHERED

Buckhannon



JEAN EVANS WILLIS

Mounds, ille



BETTY JANE WILSON

Charleston



VIRGINIA MAE DODRILL

Buckhannon




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UNPICTURED SENIORS



KARL ARBOGAST ...

French Creek

WILLIAM DARIUS CRAVEN

Tallmansville

HARRISON 6. S. KOPPE . „. .

Binghampton, N. Y.

JOSEPH FRANK FEOLA

Buckhannon

HENRY JAMES LINGER . .

Buckhannon

KATHERYN LUCILLE MALONE

Weston

THOMAS RAMON McNEAL . .

Hagerstown, Md.

EDWARD CHARLES MEIGHAN .... .. - ,. .

McDonald. Pa.

ARCHIE MOLLOHAN . .

Servia

BRUCE OLIVER PARRISH ....

Spencer

MAMIE RAMSBURG . .

Weston

ELIZABETH LUCILLE SINCLAIR .„ .

Weston

MASON CLARENCE SNYDER ... ....

Arlington

CHARLES JOSEPH WALLACE ... „ , ., „

Yonkers, N Y

WILSON ELDRIDGE WOODS

Cowen



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Shomo, treasurer; Young, president; Lough, vice-president.
Masques', secretary.



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RUBERT G. BENNETT
Roanoke



VIRGINIA DEE SMITH
Montvale, Va



CLIFFORD REEDER

Buckhannon



HATTIE KATE WHIPPLE
St- Charles, Va.



LUTHER B. NORRIS

Clarksburg



MARTHA JANE SWISHER
Lost Creek



CHESTER G. STEYER

Buckhannon



MARGARET B. HULL

Pickens



WILLIAM B. STEMPLE

Oakland, Md



MARY EVELYN CLELLAND
Shinnston



SAM DIXON
Mt. Hope



RICHARD G. HOPKINS

Clarksburg



JOSEPH P. HUNTZ

Wyoming, Pa.



THELMA M. CARPENTER

Buckhannon



ROLAND R. PIGGFORD

Monongahela, Pa



JUNIORS



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JUNIORS



VELMA SMITH

Buckhannon



JACK MOFFETT

Buckhannon



JESSIE BUTLER

Watlsburg, Pa.



CECIL McMILLION

Jane Lew



PAUL CURRY

Bridgeport



BENJAMIN H. WILSON
Pittsburgh. Pa.



GEORGE W. BROOKS

West Milford



FLORENCE LOUGH

Bridgeville, Pa.



RICHARD YOUNG
Buckhannon



GEORGE R. ROLLYSON

Sutton



RICHARD R. KENNEY

New Kensington. Pa.



LAWRENCE RILEY
Oakland, Md.



PEGGY MARTIN
Mount Hope



HERBERT B. MERCER

Fairmont



PHYLLIS MARIAN LOVETT
Mt. Clare




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VIRGINIA BODKIN
Buckhannon



EDWIN L. CUNNINGHAM

Wheeling



JEAN LEE HOLLOWAY
Madison, N. J.



WALTER BOOTH

Clarksburg



MARY LOUISE COBERLY
El kins



PARKER HOLLOWAY

Madison, N. J,



MARILYN KEIBLER
Brownsville, Pa



GEORGE IRVIN REXROAD

Clarksburg



LORRAINE BODKIN

Buckhannon



CHARLES FENTON

Buckhannon



BARBARA BOLTON
Elkins



ROBERT COOPER

Clarksburg



VIRGINIA K. SKAGGS

Richwood



WILLIAM PUGH
Gauley Bridge



DORIS LEE BELCHER



JUNIORS



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JUNIORS



LEE SUTTER

Seward, Pa



JIM HUPP
Buckhannon



BOB HUPP

Buckhannon



FLORENCE LOUGH

Bridgevitle. Pa.



JOE HUNTZ
Wyoming, Pa.



JUNIOR NESTOR

Buckhannon



LARRY MARQUESS

Parsons



ROBERT MARPLE

Buckhannon



JAMES L. HALL
Weston



WILLIS TRIPLETT
Elkini



CHARLES STEWART
East Douglas, Mass.



MARGARET HULL



HERBERT MERCER
Fairmont



JOHN STOUT
Lost Creek



GEORGE REXROAD

Clarksburg




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WILLIAM WAGNER
Buckhannon



MAXINE FLEMING
Berea



RICHARD LAWSON

Buckhannon




FERN CHRISTOFEL
Clairton, Pa.



PAUL SMALL
Newcastle, Pa



JOHN D. SAMPLES

Buckhannon



HAZEL SHOMO
Grafton



RECTOR BROWN
Chloe



SARAH HUNSINGER

Uffinqton



JOHN WRIGHT
Beckley



JOHN UHLAR

Wilkes Barre. Pa.



UNPICTURED JUNIORS



JOHN FREMONT BOS Buckhannon

FRED BROADWATER, JR Parkersburg

GEORGE B. EDMISTON Buckhannon

EDWARD LAWTON GOULD Buckhannon

ALICE ANNE GRAHAM Pineville

NATHANIEL JACK Buckhannon

LOIS MARIE KIMPEL Elm Grove

EMMA IRENE McCLUNG Buckhannon

DAVID LYNN OLDAKER Buckhannon

ARTHUR WESLEY PENNINGTON Buckhannon

MIRTH LESTER SPANGLER Weston

ROBERT J STANSBURY Charleston

EDWIN J TOLBERT Wellsburg

JOHN RICHARD WARE Buckhannon



JUNIORS



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Herbold, secretary; Knox, vice-president; Phillips, president;
Firestone, treasurer.



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VIRGINIA WITHERS
Buckhannon



BILL WILLIS

Moundsville



V/ALT HEBB

Parsons



MARY HADJIS
Wheeling



DALE WEES
Elkins



JANICE HAYMOND
Weston



EVELYN HERBOLD

Sistersville



GEORGE HICKS

Buckhannon



POLLY HUTCHINSON

Worthington, Ohio



ALDINE POLING

Philippi



LEXIE REDDEN .
Lockbridge

ANN STONE

FayetfovilU



MYRON HYMES
8uckhdnnon



HAZEL STEIDING

Keyser



ELIZABETH McMILLION

Renick



WALLACE KNIGHT

Charleston



SHIRLEY LAMES

Dysart, Iowa

CLAYCE K. OUEEN

Buckhannon

COLE POTTER

Buckhannon



BIDDY ANN HOGAN
Charleston



WILLIAM E. SMITH

Buckhannon



PATRICIA HANNAH
Buckhannon



WANDA MILES

Buckhannon



CALVIN P. SPENCER

Frank



SOPHOMORES



SOPHOMORES



BETTY JO SHAFFER

Charleston



CHARLES KEITH

Clarksburg



MARY ANN LAW
Weston



WAYNE LAWSON

Clarksburg



JOHN JAMES
West Liberty



JEAN MORAN
Simpson



COY LANG

Buckhannon



MARY ROSE TETA

Cowen



MARY McKINNEY

Buckhannon

CHARLES D. McMULLEN
Pittsburgh, Pa.

JAMES McEWUEN
Weston

MAXINE BIRCKHEAD

Glen Farris



HAROLD ASHBY
Oakland, Md.

VIRGINIA ANDERSON
Smoot

MELVIN HAROLD
Kimball



EDNA ROBINSON

Buckhannon



PATRICIA ALBRIGHT
Tunnelton

ARNOLD CASTO
Sago



MILDRED BARCKLEY

Burlington, N J.

MAURICE MILLER

Webster Springs



BILL CASTO
West Milford



MARGARET CLARK

Parkersburg

IRVIN CONNER
Hurricane

FRANKIE DEAN

Buckhannon




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MARGARET CROSSAN
BecMey

BROOKS JACKSON

Volga

DATHAN WHITMAN
Canvas

BETTY JO HOGSETT
Swiss



ALEX VILLERS

Weston



LENA FLINN

Clarksburg



BILL KNOX

Parkersburg



RICHARD DARLING

Groton, Conn



CHARLES GODWIN
BucMtannon

ROBERT LEE DOTSON

Caretta

SUSAN ARTHUR
Weston



EDMUND H. GARRETT

Bridgeport



DONALD MARTIN
Buckhannon

BILL EASTERLY

White Sulphur Springs

YVONNE MOORE
Westernport, Md.

DAVID DUBOISE

Moundsville



GEORGE HARRISON

Buckhannon

BETTY MARPLE
Heaters

RAY CROSS

Parsons



BROOKS DAVIS

Parkersburg



DACIL E. OLDAKER

Jane Lew



LEWIS DENNIS

Elizabeth



GLADYS EVANS
Moundsville



ARTHUR GOLLER

Pittsburgh, Pa.



SOPHOMORES



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SOPHOMORES



LYLE DUNSMORE

Parkerjburg

CHARLES DONLEY
Wellsburg

DORIS HINDS

Green Village. N J

HUGH JONES

Wilkes-Barre. Pa.



ELIZABETH YOAK
Grantsville



KENNETH WATKIN5
Roanoke



HERSHEL COTTRILL

Buckhannon



RICHARD COLEMAN



STEPHEN SMEGA

Newark, N J



DILL BROWN

Buckhannon



ARTHUR NEWELL

Nettie



CHARLES RITTENBURG

Arkport, N Y.



HAROLD ELLIS

McWhorter



JOE DOUGLAS

Buckhannon



CHARLES THOMPSON
Glen Farm



WALTER GOODWIN

Bloomlngton, Ind



JOE BROYLES

Buckhannon

DOLORES KELLEY

Gd jley Bridge

BILL GILMORE
Buckhannon



JIM CARPENTER

Buckhannon



BOB HAYES

Framing ham, Mass.

JAMES MILLER

Buckhannon



HARRY FORSYTH

Clarksburg

THOMAS LONG
Lindiide




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ELIZABETH KARICKHOFF

Buckhannon

RUSSELL CLARENCE WISE

Wheeling

NORMA JEAN SIMPSON
Mt. Clare

EDWARD LAWRENCE CROW

Cameron



WAYNE ALFRED LAWSON

Clarksburg

CONRAD L. LYNCH

Weslon

GEORGE HELTZEL HULL

Durbin

SAUL E. FISHER

Buckhannon



LEE ALBERT COSGROVE



CORA SUE JOHNSON
Lewis burg

PATRICIA KENT
elan White

DAVID CLYDE MARTIN
Buckhannon



CHARLES W. TINNEY

Weston



HELEN RAY YOUNG

Charleston



MELVIN M HAROLD

Kimball



JAMES H. SNEDEKER, JR.

Mounds. ille



LUCILLE MAY MATHENY
Clarksburg

JOHN WALTER FIRESTONE

Normalville, Pa.

BARBARA REBECCA GUESS

Wheeling

DONALD M. SIMONS
Buckhannon

ROBERT JOSEPH WIRGES
Buffalo, N. Y.

MARGARET ANN STONE
Lewisburg

LeJEUNE LEWIS

Buckhannon

JANIS CAROL HAYMOND



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SOPHOMORES



SUE HEFNER

lewisburg



ROBERT BRANNON

Weston



NANCY BAKER
Peach Creek



WILLIAM PHILLIPS

Buckhannon



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IVORY H. BOGGS

Eolla. Ky.

GENE SHUMAKER

Allentown. Pa.
WALTER FOX

Buckhannon



JUDY CONAWAY
Clarksburg



LESLIE WILFONG

Buckhannon

CHRISTINE ANDERSON

Smoot



HOLLIS WILSON

Bridgeport

CHARLES ELLIS

Newburg



BILLIE ANN WALLY

Klttanning, Pa.

GEORGE HAMILTON

Minnofa



ALICE ROSS

Buckhannon



CURTIS SAVILLE

Higginsville





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JAMES NANCARROW
Ravenswood



JEAN HUFFMAN
Clarksburg



CHARLES CRAWFORD

Clarksburg

KATHLEEN SNYDER




EDWARD D. HARPER
El kins



JANE HALL
Weston



MARETTIA SHAFFER
lhomas



FRANCIS SAWYERS
Weston






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PATTY BAS5EL
Ml Clare



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DONALD M. SIMONS
Buckhannon



EVELYN HERBOLD

Sistersville



NATALIE GILLILAR

Lewisburg



UNPICTURED SOPHOMORES



JAMES HOWARD ANDRICK
GEORGE E ATKINSON . . .
MERLE DUANE BAIRD . . . .
HARRY ROSS BARKER ...
RICHARD JENNINGS BISH
JOHN MARTIN CARPENTER
CHARLES W DOUGLASS
WILLARD ADAM FORINASH
THEODORE HITE FOWKES
KATHERINE JOAN FRAME
EDWIN EARL HALL ...
JAMES EDWARD HYRE



Buckhannon

Parkersburg

Cass Lake. Minn.

Buckhannon

Connoquenesing. Pa

Buckhannon

Buckhannon

Webster Springs

Buckhannon

Dailey

Grafton

Buckhannon

RALPH WALDO HYRE French Creek

JOHN CARY JAMES West Liberty

ALVA JONES. JR Cowen

LAWRENCE KLOTZ Milwaukee. Wis

EVERET LEROY KNIGHT Jane Lew

RAYMOND KOHL Philadelphia. Pa

WARDEN MARCELLAS LANE Aleiandria

JOHN FRANCIS LAWSON Weston

CLARENCE WINN LUCHSiNGER Kansas City. Mo.

JOHN WILLIAM LYON Clarksburg

CARL H. MALLING Clarksburg

GLENDA MARSHALL Buckhannon

DAVID CLYDE MARTIN Buckhannon

GEORGE WILSON McCUNE Turtle Creek. Pa

ORVIS DUANE MILLS Buckhannon

BOBBIE WILSON MORRIS Mineral Wells

ALBERT W MOSER Schenectady. N Y

JAMES KENNETH MYERS Jackson. Ohio

EDWARD LAWSON OLDAKER Buckhannon

JAMES HOBART PARSONS Charleston

HAROLD L. ROBERTSON Parkersburg

HAROLD J ROHR Weston


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