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Business Administration LEONORA BERKEBILE, Secretary to Directors of Home- making and Music. HELEN V. BOWERS, Secretary to the Dean of In- struction. DOROTHY B. HALL. Clerk in Campus Store. EDNA HEWSON, (Geneseo, Elmira Business Insti- tute, Gregg), Registrar. EDYTHA KEENEY, R.N. (Clifton Springs), Campus School Nurse. IEANETTE NORTON, Secretary to Director of Campus Schools. LAURA C. RHEBEIN, Secretary to Business Manager. CARMEN SHREY, R.N. (Williamsport Hospital), College Nurse. ROSS W. SOPER, Receiving Clerk. VICTORIA H. THIEMANN, Revenue Agent. A. H. VOSBURG, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. DOROTHY WHITNEY, Account Clerk. MARGARET E. WILSON, A.B. (Bucknell), Secretary to President.
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e ge The college year 1944-45 finds the world still engaged in war. During this time every- one must share the responsibilities of the nation. Some must take part in the armed forces, some must work in industrial plants producing the armament for the fighting front, others must produce the food for not only our nation but to a degree for our allies and the rehabilitated areas, while still others must make preparation for the postwar period. You men at Mansfield are charged with the last of the above obligations, which, must not be taken lightly. The ensuing years will present a great need for young men who can engage in adult education as well as that of the youth. To meet this demand you must have vision and the ability to evaluate issues and materials. These qualities are obtained only through a sound educational background and an open mind. With such an objective estab- lished it is your duty to take advantage of all the opportunities offered through the per- sonalities of the instructors, and in the con- tent of the library and other educational facilities on the campus of the State Teachers College at Mansfield. CYRIL L. STOUT, Acting Dean of Men. William Lyon Phelps, one of the world ' s great teachers, said: " There has never been in the world ' s history a period when it was more worthwhile to be a teacher than in the twentieth century. " The nation has greater need of able teachers now than ever before and according to post war educational plans the role of the teacher will become increas- ingly more important in the days ahead. To you, as a potential American teacher, comes the challenge of becoming an able teacher. A teachers college education does not neces- sarily produce an educated teacher. College offers you your education but you, as a future teacher, must be willing to assimilate it. Your education here at Mansfield should aid you to think independently, to understand the present condition of this country in terms of its past heritage, to make decisions wisely, to value the respect of each individual and to be interested in his growth, and to have the inner resources necessary for personal development and personal satisfaction. Never has the nation been more in need of teachers who possess these qualifications. May you always believe in your profession and find happiness in being an American teacher. DOROTHY M. WASLEY, Dean of Women. Dr. Stout Dean of Men Miss Wasley Dean of Women
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Faculty HUGH W. ALGER. A.B. (Yale), M.Sc. (Temple), Super- visor of Science, Campus Junior High School. ELIZABETH S. ALLEN, B.S. (Mansfield), MA. (Col- umbia), Supervisor of English, Campus Junior High School. CORA A. ATWATER, Mus.B. (Chicago Conserva- tory), Instructor in Voice. EUGENE P. BERTIN, A.B. (Bucknell), MA (Harvard), Director of Secondary Education and Extension Education. LEONARD K. BEYER, B.S. (Bethany), M.S. (Cornell), Instructor in Biological Science. MARGARETTA BONE, B.S. (Bloomsburg), Ed. M. (Pennsylvania State), Supervisor of Kinder- garten and Grade One, Campus Elemen- tary School. MARJORIE C. BROOKS, B.S. (New York), MA (East- man), Director of Music Education. LILLIAN E. BUCKINGHAM, B.S. (Pennsylvania State), M.S. (Cornell), Instructor in Foods and Family Health. JOHN W. CURE, Ph.B. (Bucknell), Ed.M. (Harvard), Instructor in Language and Literature. PAUL J. DAVIS, LL.B. (Dickinson), Instructor in History. MARYON FARRER. B.S. (Simmons), MA. (Columbia), Instructor in Foods and Nutrition. MILDRED L. GIESECKE, B.S. (Ohio), M.A. (Colum- bia), Supervisor of Grade One, Campus Ele- tary School. HERBERT GRANT, B.S., M.S. (Columbia), Instructor in Chemistry. JESSIE I. GRIGSBY, B.S , M.A. (New York), Principal and Supervisor of Mathematics, Campus Junior High School. MILDRED L. GRIGSBY, B.S. (Bucknell), M.A. (Col- umbia), Supervisor of Grade Six, Campus Ele- mentary School. LORENE M. HABEGER, B.S. (Kansas Teachers), M.A. (Columbia), Supervisor of Grade Two, Campus Elementary School. LEWIS R. HIGLEY, B.S. (Mansfield), Supervisor of Industrial Arts, Campus Junior High School. DOROTHY HUTCHINSON, B.S, M.S. (Pennsyl- vania), Supervisor of Grade Four, Campus Elementary School. HILDEGARDE JOHNSON, B.S., M.S. (Minnesota), In- structor in Clothing, Applied Design, and Con- sumer Education. FRED A. JUPENLAZ, B.S. (Mansfield), M.S. (Buck- nell), Supervisor of Health and Physical Educa- tion, Campus Junior High School. JEAN CHARLES KOHLER, B.M. (De Pauw), M.M. (Eastman), Instructor in Piano, Organ, and Theory. JANETT M. LEBERMAN, B.S. (Simmons), M.S. (Colo- rado), Instructor in Related Science. AUSTIN LEDWITH, Mus.B. (New England Conserva- tory), M.A. (Harvard), Instructor in Band and Orchestra Instruments, Instrumental Organ- ization, Chorus, Conducting, and Music History. S. MANFORD LLOYD, B.S. (Mansfield), M.A. (Col- umbia), Instructor in Mathematics.
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