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West Virginia
Wesleyan
College Bulletin



CATALOGUE NUMBER
1957-1958




Summer Session
1957

BUCKHANNON. WEST VIRGINIA



VOL. 50, NO. 2 FEBRUARY, 1957 SERIAL NO. 318

West Virginia

Wesleyan College

Bulletin



CATALOGUE NUMBER
1957-58



Summer Session
1957

BUCKHANNON, WEST VIRGINIA



The West Virginia Wesleyan College Bulletin, published monthly during the
college year, except December, by West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buck-
hannon, West Virginia. Entered as second-class matter February 28, 1917, at
the post office at Buckhannon, West Virginia, under the act of Congress of
August 24, 1912.



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in 2010 with funding from

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

Calendars: 1957-1958 4

College Calendar, 1957-1958 5

Accreditation and Affiliation 6

Board of Trustees 7

Board of Trustees Committees 8

Administration and Staff 9

Faculty 10

Faculty Committees 13

Community Council and Committees 14

Objectives, Programs, History 16

Buildings and Equipment 22

Religious Life 28

Admission and Credits 30

Registration and Classification 37

Services 45

Degrees and Requirements for Graduation 48

Cultural Enrichment 53

Athletics 55

Campus Organizations 56

Expenses 57

Student Aid 63

Summer Session 72

Curriculum 76

Outlines of Courses 79

Division I: Languages, Literatures, and Arts 95

Division II: Natural Sciences & Mathematics 113

Division III: Bible, Philosophy, and Education 125

Division IV: Social Sciences 135

Degrees Conferred in 1956 146

Student Roster 149

Summary of Enrollment 158

Summary of Degrees Conferred 160

Gifts, Bequests, and Annuities 161

Index 162

Application for Admission 167



957



JANUARY


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AUGUST


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18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30 31


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OCTOBER


NOVEMBER


DECEMBER


S M T W T F


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S M T W T F


S


S M T W T F


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S M T W T F S


12 3 4 5 6

8 9 10 11 12 13

15 16 17 18 19 20

22 23 24 25 26 27

29 30


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14

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6 7 8 9 10 11
13 14 15 16 17 18
20 21 22 23 24 25
27 28 29 30 31


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12

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17 18 19 20 21 22

24 25 26 27 28 29


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8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31



1958



JANUARY


FEBRUARY


MARCH


APRIL


S M T W T F


S


S M T W T F


S


S M T W T F S


S M T W T F S


12 3

5 6 7 8 9 10

12 13 14 15 16 17

19 20 21 22 23 24

26 27 28 29 30 31


4

11

18
25


2 3 4 5 6 7

9 10 11 12 13 14

16 17 18 19 20 21

23 24 25 26 27 28


1

8

15
22


1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

30 31


12 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

20 21 22 23 24 25 26

27 28 29 30


MAY


JUNE


JULY


AUGUST


S M T W T F


S


S M T W T F


S


S M T W T F S


S M T W T F S


1 2
4 5 6 7 8 9

11 12 13 14 15 16
18 19 20 21 22 23
25 26 27 28 29 30


3

10
17

24
31


12 3 4 5 6

8 9 10 11 12 13

15 16 17 18 19 20

22 23 24 25 26 27

29 30


7

14
21

28


12 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

20 21 22 23 24 25 26

27 28 29 SO 31


1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30

31


SEPTEMBER


OCTOBER


NOVEMBER


DECEMBER


S M T W T F


S


S M T W T F


S


S M T W T F S


S M T W T F S


12 3 4 5

7 8 9 10 11 12

14 15 16 17 18 19

21 22 23 24 25 26

28 29 30


6

13
20
27


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12 13 14 15 16 17
19 20 21 22 23 24

26 27 28 29 30 31


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11

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2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

30


12 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

28 29 30 31



COLLEGE CALENDAR FOR YEAR 1957-58



1957
June
June
June
July
July



3

4
17-18

4
12



July
Aug.
Aug.



Aug.
Sept.



15

5

23



23
11



Friday
Wednesday



Sept. 13-17

Sept. 16 Monday

Sept. 17 Tuesday

Sept. 18 Wednesday

Sept. 19 Thursday

Sept. 24 Tuesday

Oct. 25 Friday



Oct.


25


Friday


Oct.


26


Saturday


Nov.


8


Friday


Nov.


8


Friday


Nov


28


Thursday


Dec.


10-13




Dec.


18


Wednesday


1958




Jan.


6


Monday


Jan.


10


Friday


Jan.


18-25




Jan.


27


Monday


Jan.


28


Tuesday


Feb.


3-7




Feb.


4


Tuesday


Mar.


7


Friday


Mar.


21


Friday


Mar.


21


Friday


Mar.


21


Friday


Mar.


31


Monday


Apr.


4


Friday


Apr.


7-8




Apr.


7-11




May


15


Thursday


May


17-24




May


25


Sunday


May


27


Tuesday



FIRST SUMMER TERM

Monday Registration

Tuesday Classes convene

Preregistration
Thursday Independence Day (a holiday)
Friday Term ends. Last date for clearing I's

incurred during preceding semester

SECOND SUMMER TERM
Monday Classes convene

Monday Comprehensive examinations

Friday Term ends

INTERSESSION

Classes convene
Term ends

FIRST SEMESTER

Freshman Week

Student teachers assume duties

Registration of sophomores, juniors, and

seniors
Classes convene
First assembly, 11:00 A.M.
Last date for changing schedules
Last date for clearing I's incurred during

summer session
Founders Day
Annual Homecoming
Mid-semester grade reports
Last date for withdrawing from courses
Thanksgiving Day (a holiday)
Preregistration for second semester
Christmas recess begins, 1:00 P.M.

Christmas recess ends, 8:00 A.M.
Comprehensive examinations
Final examinations

SECOND SEMESTER
Registration
Classes convene
Christian Emphasis Week
Last date for changing schedules
Last date for clearing I's incurred during

first semester
Mid-semester grade reports
Last date for withdrawing from courses
Spring recess begins, 1:00 P.M.
Spring recess ends, 8:00 A.M.
Comprehensive examinations
Graduate Record Examination, for seniors
Preregistration
Recognition Day
Final Examinations
Baccalaureate, 11:00 A.M.
Commencement, 10:30 A.M.



ACCREDITATION



West Virginia Wesleyan College is a member
of the North Central Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools; is accredited by the
University Senate of the Methodist Church,
and by the University of the State of New
York; and is approved by the West Virginia
Department of Education.



AFFILIATION



West Virginia Wesleyan College is a member
of the National Commission on Accrediting,
the American Council on Education, the
American Association of University Women,
the Association of American Colleges, and the
American Association of Colleges for Teacher
Education.



BOARD OF TRUSTEES

OFFICERS

E. Ray Jones . President

David Dalzell Vice-President

Myron B. Hymes Secretary

MEMBERS EMERITUS

G. W. Bright Beckley

W. P. Eastwood Bramwell

J. W. Engle Clarksburg

Harvey W. Harmer Clarksburg

Miss Edna Jenkins Petroleum

Clyde 0. Law Wheeling

D. C. Pickens St. Petersburg, Fla.

A. G. Shannon Buckhannon

C. G. Stater Huntington

James H. Straughn Baltimore, Md.

MEMBERS EX-OFFICIO

John Owen Gross Executive Secretary of the Board of Education

of the Methodist Church

Stanley H. Martin President of the College

Lloyd C. Wicke Resident Bishop of the Pittsburgh Area

MEMBERS ELECT

TERM EXPIRES 1960
Ministers Laymen

Fred P. Corson-Philadelphia, Pa. G. E. Gaston Buckhannon

Henry R. High Charleston Harry R. Howell Charleston

G. W. Stewart Charleston Myron B. Hymes Buckhannon

Aldred P. Wallace Parkersburg Paul L. McCuskey _Parkersburg

H. W. Ware Montgomery Mrs. Thelma Shaw Fairmont

TERM EXPIRES 1959
Ministers Laymen

C. E. Brandt Fairmont Mrs. Ross Culpepper

H. W. Jamison Latrobe, Pa. Charleston

W. S. Patterson Oakland, Md. David Dalzell Moundsville

Walter F. Preset Hayward R. Hamrick*

Pittsburgh, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.

Wayne F. Ransom Beckley Chas. D. Munson, Jr. Beckley

Clay B. Whetsell Elkins

TERM EXPIRES 1958
Ministers Laymen

J. E. Hanifan Clarksburg C. B. Curry Buckhannon

J. M. Helm Wheeling Mrs. Florence Harmer

Ross Linger Bridgeport Clarksburg

Paul Redfearn Huntington W. F. Keefer Wheeling

T. M. Zumbrunnen Buckhannon Phares E. Reeder Charleston

G. J. Stollings Mallory

TERM EXPIRES 1957
Ministers Laymen

E. L. Boetticher_Greensburg, Pa. Paul G. Benedum

C. G. Eastwood Oak Hill Pittsburgh, Pa.

J. H. Parks Lewisburg Mrs. Wm. H. Carr Bluefield

Harry Price Baltimore, Md. E. Ray Jones Oakland, Md.

J. L. Wolfe Parkersburg Okey L. Patteson Mt. Hope

J. Roy Price New York, N. Y.

Deceased.



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD
OF TRUSTEES— 1956-1957

(The first person named on any committee is the chairman.)

ALUMNI RELATIONS: J. L. Wolfe, E. L. Boetticher, J. E. Hanifan,
C. D. Munson, Jr., Okey L. Patteson, J. Roy Price, T. M. Zum-
brunnen, Ralph C. Brown, 1 Garrett H. Evans, 2 Thelma King
Kessler, 2 Clyde O. Law,3 Carleton P. McKita. 2

BUDGET AND FINANCE: C. E. Brandt, C. B. Curry, David Dalzell,
Harry R. Howell, Myron B. Hymes, Walter F. Preset, G. J.
Stollings, Aldred P. Wallace, C. B. Whetsell, H. A. Williams. «

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: G. E. Gaston, Mrs. Ross Culpepper, Henry
R. High, Ross Linger, Wayne F. Ransom, C. B. Whetsell, Mrs.
William F. Dalzell, 2 Miss Edna Jenkins,' A. G. Shannon.*

DEGREES: President of the College, Hayward R. Hamrick, H. W.
Jamison, W. S. Patterson, Mrs. Thelma Shaw, H. W. Ware,
Ralph C. Brown, 1 G. L. Glauner, 1 Arthur B. Gould, 1 Florence
W. Schaper, 1 A. A. Schoolcraft. 1

EXECUTIVE: President of the Board of Trustees, President of the
College, C. B. Curry, G. E. Gaston, J. E. Hanifan, Myron B.
Hymes, Ross Linger, C. B. Whetsell, T. M. Zumbrunnen.

HISTORY, ARCHIVES AND FINE ARTS: Mrs. Florence Harmer, E. L.
Boetticher, Bishop Corson, Mrs. Ross Culpepper, J. H. Parks,
G. L. Glauner, 1 H. W. Harmer,' T. W. Haught, 1 Fred L. Messer-
smith, 1 Lawrence F. Sherwood. 2

INSTRUCTION: J. E. Hanifan, David Dalzell, H. W. Jamison, Paul L.
McCuskey, C. D. Munson, Jr., Phares E. Reeder, A. A. School-
craft. '

INVESTMENT: President of the Board of Trustees, President of the
College, Paul G. Benedum, J. M. Helm, W. F. Keefer, Okey L.
Patteson, J. Roy Price, Bishop Wicke, H. A. Williams. 1

LIBRARY: W. S. Patterson, C. G. Eastwood, Walter F. Preset, Paul
Redfearn, Phares E. Reeder, Mrs. Thelma Shaw, J. L. Wolfe,
L. H. Chrisman. 1

LOCAL FINANCE: C. B. Curry, G. E. Gaston, Myron B. Hymes, T. M.
Zumbrunnen, H. A. Williams. 1

NOMINATIONS: Glenn W. Stewart, C. G. Eastwood, Mrs. Florence
Harmer, W. F. Keefer, Ross Linger, H. A. Price.

POLICY AND PLANNING: President of the College and Chairmen of
all Standing Committees.

PUBLIC RELATIONS: Paul L. McCuskey, President of the College, Paul
G. Benedum, Mrs. W. H. Carr, Bishop Corson, Hayward R.
Hamrick, Harry R. Howell, J. H. Parks, H. A. Price, G. J.
Stollings, Paul Redfearn, Aldred P. Wallace, Bishop Wicke,
James I. Ling. 1

RELIGION: H. W. Ware, C. E. Brandt, Mrs. W. H. Carr, J. M. Helm,
Harry R. High, Wayne F. Ransom, Glenn W. Stewart, Sidney
T. Davis, 1 A. A. Schoolcraft. 1

1 Members of faculty and administrative staff. Not trustees.

2 Alumni and benefactors. Not trustees.
S Trustees emeritus.



THE ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF
1956-1957



Stanley H. Martin President

Arthur Allen Schoolcraft Dean and Registrar

Heyward A. Williams Treasurer

James Ira Ling Vice-President

Helen Stockert Librarian

John David Shaver Dean of Students

Nellie G. Wilson Dean of Students

and Head Resident, Agnes Howard Hall

Florence W. Schaper Chairman of Counseling

Robert James Stansbury Director of Alumni Affairs

and Director of Public Relations

William B. Hicks Business Manager

Evelyn Virginia Crouch Assistant Librarian

Helen S. Gaylord Assistant Librarian

Raymond W. Kiser Director of Admissions

Patton L. Nickell, Jr. Admissions Counselor

Sidney Thomas Davis Chaplain

Robert Luikhart Chamberlain Physician

Madge Martin Nurse

Audra Lavinia Corley Director of Food Service

Regina Kenney Assistant to the Treasurer

Margaret Elizabeth Dean Secretary to the President

Shirley Hope Post Secretary to the Dean and Registrar

Sadie Jane Marple Secretary to the Vice-President

June Spies Flowers Secretary to Director of Alumni Affairs

Elsie Aaron Adkins Secretary to Director of Admissions

Sandra Jean McCue Stenographer in Office of Treasurer

Dorothy Louise Robinson Stenographer in Office of Treasurer

Joan Williams Stenographer in Office of Dean and Registrar

Ethel N. Vaughn Manager of Student Center

Jessie M. Wolverton Head Resident, College Avenue House

Joanna M. Hereford Head Resident, Florida Street House

Margaret Gussler Head Resident, Fleming Hall

Henry W. Hamner Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

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THE FACULTY*
1956-1957

Stanley Hubert Martin, President (1957). A.B., Quincy College;
S.T.B., M.A., Ph.D., Boston University; D.D., Adrian College.

MEMBERS EMERITUS

Thomas W. Haught, Professor of Geology, Emeritus (1896-1941).
A.B., West Virginia University; A.M., Sc.D., West Virginia
Wesleyan College.

Lewis Herbert Chrisman, Professor of English Literature, Emeritus
(1919-1956). Ph.B., A.M., Litt.D., Dickinson College; L.H.D.,
West Virginia Wesleyan College.

Jacob Bos, Professor of German and French, Emeritus (1923-1953).
A.B., Taylor University; A.M., New York University; B.D.,
Drew University; Ph.D., University of Chicago.

E. V. Bowers, Professor of Psychology, Emeritus (1947-1949). Ph.B.,
Otterbein College; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University.

Leta Snodgrass, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Emeritus (1913-
1949). A.B., A.M., West Virginia Wesleyan College.

Rachel C. Ogden, Associate Professor of Modern Languages,
Emeritus (1926-1946). A.B., Allegheny College; A.M., Columbia
University.

Mrs. C. Edmund Neil, Associate Professor of Speech and Dramatic
Arts, Emeritus (1931-1946). A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University;
A.M., West Virginia Wesleyan College.

Ora Douglas Curry, Librarian, Emeritus (1927-1947). A.B., West
Virginia Wesleyan College.

Winnie Hathaway, Assistant Librarian, Emeritus (1937-1953).
A.B., A.M., West Virginia Wesleyan College.



PROFESSORS



Ralph C. Brown, Professor of Bible (1922). A.B., West Virginia
Wesleyan College; S.T.B., Boston University; D.D. West Virginia
Wesleyan College.

George Lease Glauner, Professor of History (1923). A.B., Otter-
bein College; A.M., Syracuse University; Ph.D., Ohio State
University.

Arthur Allen Schoolcraft, Dean of the College, Professor of Ed-
ucation and Phychology (1932). A.B., LL.D., Marietta College;
S.T.B., Ph.D., Boston University.



•Names are arranged in order of rank and seniority within rank. The date of each
person's first appointment to this faculty immediately follows his title.

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The Faculty 11



James L. Hupp, Professor of Education (1942). B.S., Ohio Univer-
sity; A.M., Columbia University; Ph.D., Ohio State University.

Arthur B. Gould, Professor of Chemistry.

(1943). B.S., West Virginia Wesleyan College; M.S., Ph.D.,
Cornell University.

Calvin Buell Agey, Professor of Music (1946). B.M., M.M., College
of Music of Cincinnati; Ph.D., Florida State University.

Samuel A. Small, Professor of English (1946). A.B., University of
Tennessee; M.A., Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University.

Jose A. Franquiz, Professor of Philosophy (1946). A.B., Colgate
University; S.T.B., Ph.D., Boston University.

Marvin Downey, Professor of Political Science (1947). B.A., M.A.,
University of Virginia; Ph.D., University of Chicago.

George Bowyer Rossbach, Professor of Biology (1949). B.S., A.M.,
Harvard University; Ph.D., Stanford University.

Florence W. Schaper, Professor of Sociology (1950). B.S., M.A.,
University of Missouri; Ph.D., New York University.

Lewis Bates Clark, Professor of Business Administration (1952).
A.B., M.A., University of Maine; Ed.D., Rutgers University.

James Campbell Bay, Professor of Education (1954). A.B., Oberlin
College; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., New York Univer-
sity.

Mary Campbell Brill, Professor of English (1954). A.B., Syracuse
University; A.M., Ph.D., Cornell University.



ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

William A. Hallam, Associate Professor of Mathematics (1928).
B.S., Washington and Jefferson College; A.M., Johns Hopkins
University.

David Echols Reemsnyder, Associate Professor of Physical Educa-
tion, and Coach of Football (1935). B.S., West Virginia Wesley-
an College; A.M., Ohio State University.

E. Kn>D Lockard, Associate Professor of Economics (1946). A.B.,
Glenville State College; M.A., West Virginia University.

Helen Stockert, Librarian and Associate Professor of Library
Science (1946). A.B., West Virginia Wesleyan College; B.S. in
L.S., Columbia University.

Sidney Thomas Davis, Associate Professor of Religion and Religious
Education (1947). A.B., West Virginia Wesleyan College;
S.T.B., Boston University; Ed.M., University of Pittsburgh.

John Davk> Shaver, Associate Professor of Speech and Dramatic
Arts (1947). B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College;
M.A., State University of Iowa.



12 West Virginia Wesleyan College



Fred Lawrence Messersmith, Associate Professor of Fine and
Applied Arts (1949). B.F.A., M.A., Ohio Wesleyan University.

Franklin Clay Ellis, Associate Professor of Physical Education,
and Coach of Basketball (1950). B.S., West Virginia Wesleyan
College; M.S., West Virginia University.

Robert Everett Shafer, Associate Professor of Music (1951). B.M.,
B.M.E., M.M., Northwestern University.

Mary McKittrick, Associate Professor of French and German
(1955). A.B., Mount Holyoke College; M.A., University of Pitts-
burgh; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.

Robert Clay Bowles, Associate Professor of History (1956). A.B.,
Central College; M.A., Southern Methodist University; Ph.D.,
Duke University.

John Collins Wright, Associate Prof essor of Chemistry (1957). B.S.,
West Virginia Wesleyan College; Ph.D., University of Illinois.



ASSISTANT PROFESSORS



Heyward A. Williams, Assistant Professor of Business Administra-
tion (1942). A.B., West Virginia Wesleyan College.

Nellie G. Wilson, Assistant Professor of Religious Education
(1943). A.B., DePauw University.

Esther Tholin McAllester, Assistant Professor of Home Econom-
ics (1953). A.B., North Central College; M.S., Cornell University.

Juanita Bowyer Parker, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies
(1953). B.S., West Virginia Institute of Technology; M.A.,
Marshall College.

Evelyn Virginia Crouch, Assistant Librarian and Assistant Pro-
fessor of Library Science (1955). A.B., Davis and Elkins Col-
lege; Ed.M., University of Pittsburgh; M.A., George Peabody
College for Teachers.

Elizabeth Josephine Armstrong, Assistant Professor of Music
(1956). B.M., M.M., Florida State University.

Mary Jo Brown, Assistant Professor of Music (1956). B.M., M.M.,
University of Oklahoma.

Helen S. Gaylord, Assistant Librarian and Instructor in Library
Science (1956). A.B., Wilson College; B.S. in L.S., Columbia
University.

Arnold J. McCollum, Assistant Professor of Physics (1956). B.S.,
Ferris Institute; M.S., East Texas State Teachers College.

Keith Norton Richwine, Assistant Professor of English (1956).
B.S., State Teachers ( Shippensburg, Penna.); M.A., Pennsyl-
vania State University.



Etta Walters, Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1956).
A.B., Carleton College; Ed.M., University of Minnesota.



INSTRUCTORS



Samuel Morgan Ross, Instructor in Physical Education (1956). B.S.,
West Virginia Wesleyan College.



COMMITTEES OF THE FACULTY
1956-1957

(The first person named on any committee is the chairman.)

ADMINISTRATION: The president, dean of the College, deans of stu-
dents, chairmen of the curricular divisions, chairman of counsel-
ing committee, the treasurer, president of the Community Coun-
cil. (This committee nominates all other faculty committees, and
handles all administrative matters not delegated to other com-
mittees. )

ADMISSION AND ACADEMIC STANDING: Dean of the College, deans of
students, Bay, Brown, R., Gould, Schaper.

ATHLETICS: Hallam, Ellis, Hicks, Hupp, Messersmith, Reemsnyder,
Ross, Walters, two students named by the Community Council.

ATTENDANCE: Clark, McCollum, Richwine, Wilson, a student named
by the Community Council.

CHAPEL AND ASSEMBLY: Davis, Armstrong, Bowles, Brown, R., Shafer,
Small, Wilson, two students (one man and one woman) named by
the Community Council.

COUNSELING: Schaper, Davis, Franquiz, Lockard, McAllester, Park-
er, Shaver, Wilson.

CURRICULUM: Dean of the College, Agey, Brill, Brown, R., Glauner,
Lockard, McAllester, Rossbach.

HEALTH AND SAFETY: Reemsnyder, deans of students, the Physical
Education faculty, physician, nurse, dietitian.

HOUSING: Schaper, Shaver, Gussler, Hicks, McAllester, Wilson.

LIBRARY: Chrisman, Brill, Brown, M., Crouch, Downey, Franquiz,
Gaylord, Gould, McKittrick, Messersmith, Stockert, one student
named by the Community Council.

ORIENTATION: Deans of students (with Wilson as chairman), chair-
man of counseling committee, college chaplain, president of Com-
munity Council, and one faculty member and two students named
by the Community Council.

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COMMUNITY COUNCIL AND COMMITTEES
1956-1957

(The first person named on any committee is the chairman.)

COMMUNITY COUNCIL: Arthur Lawrence McDermott, Harriet May
Aveyard, Clifford Earl Buell, Mr. Davis, David Cloke Houston,
Janet Warfel Houston, Priscilla Howard, Clifford Page Judy,
Michael Lewis Kundrat, Donna Joy MacWilliams, John William
McBride, Mrs. Parker, President of the College, Dean Schoolcraft,
James Francis Scott, Dean Shaver, Dean Wilson.

COMMITTEES

AWARDS: Mary Lee Bond, Helen Carol Boyer, Richard Clark Brooke,
Robert Rudolph Jablonsky, Stephen Vorett Rohr, Dean School-
craft.

CONDUCT: Dean Schoolcraft, Harriet May Aveyard, Mr. Davis, Clif-
ford Page Judy, David Mearns Paisley, Mr. Reemsnyder, Dean
Shaver, Marilyn Yvonne Smith, Dean Wilson.

CULTURAL ENRICHMENT: Marjorie Florence McCullough, Dr. Agey,
Mr. Messersmith, Glenda Jean McDonald, Priscilla Joan Rice,
Kay Alan Rider, Richard Marshall Wiseman.

EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS: Bryce Richard Hatch, Dr. Bowles, Dr. Brill,
Betty Kay Hanifan, Harriet Jeannette Hedrick, David Charles
Trader.

INTRAMURALS: Harry Vernon Hickle, Frank Daniel Parisi, James
Albert Powell, Robert Anthony Richmond, John Francis Tissot,
Daniel John Weston.

PUBLICATIONS: Barbara Kay Evans, Ralph Neil Bergdoll, Dr. Brill,
Mr. Hallam, Nancy Jean McGregor, Dr. McKittrick, Dean Shav-
er, William Edward Watson, Dean Wilson.

RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES: Ronald Wilford Talkington, Mr. Davis, Roger
Charles Fischer, Ralph Gerald Gay, David Cloke Houston, Janet
Warfel Houston, John Raymond Miller, President of the College.

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES: Walter Wayne Graham, Mary Lou Hetz, Edgar
Watson Hodsdon, Dean Shaver, Miss Stockert, Dean Wilson.

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES: Theodore Jungas, Miss Armstrong, Gerard Pat-
rick Boe, Helen Irene Campbell, Mr. Stansbury, Patricia Wilt.

STUDENT CENTER: Peggy Jo Morton, Richard Thomas Aidala, Dorothy
Anne Armentrout, Irene Mae Barrett, Laura Estaline Bays, John
Reed Bradford, Peter Brian Fink, John Everett Kennedy, Martha
Jo Lamb, Max Paul Miller, Kay Alan Rider, Linda K. Sowers,
Robert Luther Weaver. (Mrs. Vaughn, Advisor).

UNITED STATES NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION: Michael Lewis Kun-
drat, Malcolm Mcintosh Parker, James Francis Scott.

WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE: Jerry Rabinowitz, Beverly Wallace
Cheatham, Carol Janet Gearty, Phyllis Ann Hogsett, Judith Ann
Kerwood, Tae Byung Whang.

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FACULTY COMMITTEES:

ADMINISTRATION: Arthur Lawrence McDermott.
ATHLETICS: Thomas Karl Blair, Ann Mary Queen.


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