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FIRST ROW: Xita Andrews. Ph.D.. Professor of Romance Lan- guages; Gordon Edward Bell. Candidate for Ph.D.. Associate Pro- fessor of Commerce; Clyde Wilson Biggers, M.A., Instructor of Physical Education for Men and Head Football Coach; Elizabeth McDonald Black, M.A.. Associate Professor of Education; Virginia Query Clark. M.A.. Associate Professor of Home Economics; Lilvan Cclson. M.A., Associate Professor of Speech and English; Lu ' cile Epperson. M.M.. Associate Professor of Music; David Earl Faust. Ph.D., Professor of Bible and History. SECOND ROW: John T. Fesperman, Jr.. B.Mus., Assistant Pro- fessor of Music; Mary V. Fisher, M.S.L.S., Reference Librarian; Katherine French. M.A.. Associate Professor of Home Economics; George William Greene, M.A.. Professor of Social Science, Director World Government Institute, and Acting Executive Secretary, Alumni Office; Arthur W. Hartung. Ed.D.. Associate Professor of Education; Burnet M. Hobgood, M.F.A.. Associate Professor of Drama and Speech; Hansel L. Hughes. M.S.. Associate Professor of Chemistry; Reid Jann, M.A., Registrar and Director of Admissions, and Associate Professor of English. THIRD ROW: Mary Emma Knox. B.S., Dietitian and Instructor in Home Economics; Helen B. Kraiss, M.S., Director of Phvsical Edu- cation for Women; R. A. Lineberrv. Ph.D.. Associate Professor of Chemistry; Oscar J. McCullough. M.M.. Assistant Professor of Mu =ic- Richard M. Mears, Candidate for Ph.D.. Associate Professor of Eng- lish; Albert E. Moorman, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biologv; Edmond Bruce Newell, M.S.. Associate Professor of Biolorv: William A. Parker. M.A., Associate Professor of Physics.
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You are now or will soon be members of that great body of folk which calls itself the Catawba College Alumni Association and as such, you have a right to feel a well deserved pride. May I venture the hope, however, that this pride is of a type that centers more in your Alma Mater for what it is and what is has meant to you, than in yourselves for having " arrived. " I say this because increasingly I am convinced that the real mark of an educated person is a feeling of humility rather than pride, a grow- ing personal conviction that he knows so little and that the great search for wisdom is lifelong. I hope this belief is yours today and that you may hold to it always. One of your number just said to me, " I am planning to go into social service work, for in it I shall know that I am doing something for others. " That thought represents a most worthy life philosophy. But to be sure, not all of you will be choosing this same vo- cation, and that is only as it should be. But all of you, no matter what your particular vocational leaning, should weigh your ultimate choice in the light of that selfsame " serv- ice factor. " For I can assure you that you will be happiest in that life work in which the major portion of your remuneration is a personal satisfaction which comes to you from the knowledge that you are serving your fellow beings. Please accept my heartiest good wishes for your future and know that I shall always be tremendously interested in your progress and in your happiness. Do not lose contact with Catawba College. Return often and maintain your interest and loyalty always. Most sincerely, A. R. Keppel President Administration Raymond Jenkins, Ph.D. Dean of Faculty and Professor of English Donald C. Dearborn, Ph.D. Dean of the College and Professor of Mathematics Elisabeth R. Scranton, M.A. David J. Sessoms, M.A. Dean of Women and Dean of Men and Professor of History Director of Student Activities
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Facul t y FIRST ROW: Lula Ruth Reed, Ph.D., Librarian and Professor of Library Science; Marion M. Richards, M.A., Associate Professor of Physical Education for Men; Earl B. Ruth, M.A., Associate Profes- sor of Physical Education for Men; Bessie Mae Walker, Candidate for Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Commerce; Annye Elizabeth Welch, A.M., Assistant Professor of Mathematics; Charles H. Welsh, Ph.D., Professor of Economics; Bruce A. Wentz, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy and Psychology; Frances Decker Wentz, B.S., Assistant Librarian. SECOND ROW: Lionel A. Whiston, Th.D., Associate Professor of Religion; Marvin D. Wigginton, A.M., Associate Professor of Music; John D. Williamson, M.A., Assistant Professor of German and Span- ish; Millard F. Wilson, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Commerce; Janie E. Anderson, Acting Bursar; E. L. Calloway, Superintendent of Building ' s and Grounds; Esther L. Fisher, Secretary, Business Office; Louise H. Harrelson, R.N., Resident Nurse. THIRD ROW: Dorothy Y. Kizziah, Dean of Residence; Mrs. A. B. Lawson, Secretary of ' Deans ' Office; Gladys L. Russell, Secretary, Publicity Office; Ruth D. Shuping, Secretary to the President; Mar- garet Y. Stiffel, Clerk, Bookstore and Canteen; Adele Swain, A.B., Secretary, Business Office; Louise Tucker, B.S., Secretary to Regis- trar; Carrie E. Webb, Postmistress.
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