Armstrong College - Aldus Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1956

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schools accounting It is vital for anyone entering the field of business, large or small, to have knowledge of the principles and practices of accounting. The Accounting Department of Armstrong College, headed by Mr. Charles C. Moffatt, is conducted by competent men well versed in both the practical and academic fields of accounting, and such related subjects as Finance, Management, Economics and Business Law. The School of Accounting offers a complete and thorough training in Book- keeping Accounting, Semiprofessional Accounting and Professional Accounting. One of the most important functions of any business organization is the figure-fact interpretation of the business operation-a job for the skillfully qualified accountant. lnanagclncnt Knowledge and ability are qualities that may be acquired only through a sound education. An education trains a man to thinkg it helps to develop and bring out his rare qualities and traits 3 it tends to give him a better understanding of the complexities of modern economic life and pro- motes in him the application of sound, scientihc principles to the problems of business manage- ment. In the management field at Armstrong College, the various majors are Advertising, Busi- ness Iournalism, Credit Management, Personnel Management, Finance and Banking, Industrial Management, Insurance, Merchandising Management, Real Estate and Building, Sales Manage- ment, Business Management, Transportation Management, and World Trade. Training in these courses fam-iliarizes the student with the organization, problems, principles and policies of the various fields. The staff of the School of Management, headed by Mr. Edwin E. Troxell, possesses not only the rare qualities of fine teaching but also has experience in the fields which they teach. This gives the.student, while training in his special field, the benefit of the instructors' actual, personal ex- perience. secretarial administration The professional secretary is in demand today more than ever before. A secretary is often called upon for administration duties as well as for thinking, planning and preparing reports. A successful secretary is not only skilled in accounting, shorthand, typewriting and administra- tive procedure but also has a functional understanding of finance, production, distribution and management in relation to modern business and industrial operation. Armstrong College offers courses in the General Secretarial-Stenographic, Private Secretarial, Semiprofessional and Professional Secretarial curricula. The staff of the School of Secretarial Administration, headed by Mrs. Louise H. Dunkel, is made up of experts in the various fields. The training received from this well-qualified stat? leads to the development of skillful, competent and dependable secretaries with superior abilities. LOUISE H. DUNKEL A.B., University of California CHARLES C. MOFFATT Assistant Professor of Secretarial EDWIN E TROXELL M.B.A., Armstrong College Administration M , University of Chicago Associate Professor of Accounting Director, School of Secretarial Professor of Management Director, School of Accounting Administration Director School of Management

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Assam.- a My . ESTHER P. ARMSTRONG Dean of Women Placement Director Associate Professor of Secretarial Administration To transform that which has a natural tendency to be unruly into a state of tranquillity is indeed a difficult task, requiring the employ- ment of adroit, yet practical, procedure. It fol- lows then, that because so many factors must be considered, and because an uncountable amount of situations must be encountered, thought out, and adequately solved, the administration of any college falls into the category of-a diiiicult task to perform. With the aid of much gray matter-leading to the academic solution of given problems, and the methodical, meticulous setting of precedents- the administrative staff at Armstrong College surely has been successful in laying out an effici- ent platform of administrative procedures. To the officers of administration at Armstrong College . . . a congratulatory noteg for they have indeed consistently inspired the reaching of a culmination in transforming that which is turbu- lent into that which is calm. ELAINE EASTMAN SYLVIA HONDA Secretary Sefffefflfy , 1 Private Secretarial Certificate, Private Secretarial Certificate, Armstrong College Armstrong Cvllege admuustratzon JOHN E ARMSTRONG Treasurer B B A , Armstrong College ALTA F. WINTER Registrar M.A., University of Missouri LESLIE A. WRIGHT Vocational Counselor ALEXANDRA K. FILIPPENKO Librarian - B.L.S., University of California WILLARD THOMAS Book Store LOIS VIVIANO Secretary A.A., Armstrong College CASSANDRA HANDFORD Secretary Private Secretarial Certiticate, Armstrong College H , WX. aa EQEEEJ raaag a

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MARGARET H. a sz rm a a s M B A Armstrong Col lege Associate Professor of Merchandising Dircc tor of Cooperative Train II1 ANN S BENNETT A B University of Cali forma Assistant Profes sor of Secretarial Admln xstration LYDIA OSMUS M B A Armstrong Col lege Assistant Professor of Secretarial Adminis- tration. FRANK PAUL B.B.A., City College of New York, Assistant Ugg: gs ,i.,. . . ,gg . .5 s- QS' tgs JACK E BEDFORD GROVER C BRINK BRUCE P FLOOD LEROY A GRETTUM ROBERT E Gregg College Professor M B A Stanford Um M B A University of KENNLYSIDE of Secretarial Admims versity Associate Pro lVashmgton Assistant B A University tration fessor of International Professor of Industrial forma, Assistant Trade Management faculty If one were to look into the life histories of the various instructors teaching in Armstrong College, it would be found: these instructors come from all sor of English ass K as ES a ss Professor of Accounting. FRANK A. SCHAAP B.S., University of Cali- fornia, Assistant Profes- sor of Accounting. H. CARMAN SING B.A., University of Brit- ish Columbia, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Administration. CECIL TILTON M.B.A., Harvard, Pro- fessor of Business Ad- ministration. WAYMON TODD B.B.A., Armstrong Col- lege, Instructor in Real Estate. sas an 1 as walks of life-many exceptionally interesting, and some quite adventurousg each member of the fac- ulty has a store of good, practical business Imowl- edge which has been gained through the medium of a college education and through the medium of actual business experience. It is no wonder then that the students of Arm- strong receive an interesting type of instruction and a complete and thorough business education which, in itself, can affect the fulfillment of their E aspirations. A salute then to the well-qualified and the very prominent staff of instructors within the halls and walls of Armstrong College. DWARD J. TURK B.S., University ol Penn s lvania Assistant Pro- Y iessor of Accounting. a -as -w 5 E as an was ss a E WILLIAM J. WADDELL M.A., Columbia Univer- sity, Assistant Professor of Economics. v ar. is ROBIN E. WOODRUFF M.B.A., Northwestern University School of Commerce, Associate Professor of Credit and Finance, Director of School of Cfedit and Finance. s is Ph.D., Indiana sity, Associate of English. x -:S gags E53 1 ssl HIE in a gt a a

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