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Page 17 text:
Top row, left to right: Peggy Burns, Secretary to Dean of Women, Gladys Burns, Matrong Orpha Stephens
Cxopp Manager, Cafeteria: Nellie Fields, Office Secretary, Maude Germany, School Nurse.
Bottom row, left to right: Henry Hall, Superintendent of Maintenanceg Helen Holton, Bookkeepel Juanita
Hunnex Secretary to Dean of Meng Elizabeth Pistole, Office Secretaryg Wilma Reeder, Office Secretany
As is the case with either a good accompanist or a locomotive
fireman, a college staff is to be lauded most when it calls least attention
to itself. Whether the day were hot or cold, whether they were rushed
or relaxed, there was a fine prevailing courtesy among the staff per-
sonnel that both the Mary Co-eds and the Johnny Bookmasters appre-
ciated. The buildings were maintained, the students' health looked
after, tests mimeographed, C.O.D.s sent out, accounts balanced, food
purchased, processed, and purveyed, and dorm occupants pacified, all
with a minimum of waste and friction. That is a major achievement,
and our salute includes all the efficient assistants whom it would be
imperative to enumerate if our space would allow.
Page 16 text:
In her seventh year as Dean of
Women, Miss Vila Deubach
brought to her task complete
devotion to duty and a sincere
desire to be impartial. In a posi-
tion where she comes in direct
contact with women students, she
has molded the behavioristic pat-
terns of many. Her attention to
detail is axiomatic.
Perhaps the busiest man on the
campus, Dean Olt manages the
thousand-and-one minutiae of his
daily routine with precision and
poise. His brusque manner masks
a willingness to serve that only a
few ever discover. The discipline
he imposes is rigorous but not
harsh and few there are that
grumble at it.
Page 18 text:
CHARLES E. BROWN, D.D.
Associate Professor of Theology
RUTHVEN H. BYRUM, A.B.
Instructor in Art
HENRY C. CLAUSEN, Mus.B.
Professor of Vocal Music and Theory
C. WESLEY DANE, Ed.M.
Assistant Professor of Physical
VILA DEUBACH, A.M.
Dean of Women
Assistant Professor of English
JULIA EATON, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Speech
and Drama '
The work of the teacher reaches its highest
consummation when the perplexed student
comes in for counseling. Dr. Martin's genial
advice, fired by a high seriousness, has helped
hundreds. Professor Wiley, this year as in
other years, invited a number of students to
his home for informal discussions and delicious
dinners-the best antidote for homesickness.
Professors Kardatzke, Koglin, and Haldeman
are also frequently consulted. All the instruc-
tors have been helpful in maintaining bal-
anced Christian living.
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