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In June of this past year, Professor Dilling, Donner and Groves
retired from the OSC faculty. Professor Bradbury announced her retirement in January, 1957. The services of these four professors will be long remembered on the campus.
Professor Hulda Dilling, who served as director of the kindergarten-primary division for 26 years, joined the faculty in 1930. As director, she watched her division grow from 50 students to over 200 students.
For thousands of OSC students, history became a living thing through Dr. C. Barbara Donner, who retired last fall after serving the
college for 30 years Dr. Donner, who joined the faculty in 1926, earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree at the University of Chicago.
One of the most respected teachers at OSC, Professor Leavelva Bradbury, retired after 31 years of teaching geography at the college. In her role as an educator, Professor Bradbury has written a geography textbook covering Wisconsin and has contributed many articles to the field. In her retirement Miss Bradbury plans to live in two homes, here in Oshkosh, and part of her time will be spent with her sister at Fen-nimore, Wisconsin.
Professor Cozctte Groves, one of the colleges most conscientious and effective teachers, had been 5th grade supervising teacher at the training school since 1931. In her retirement, Professor Groves plans to devote more of her time to her photography hobby and to travel.
Together, these four teachers have given the students of Wisconsin State College, Oshkosh, 112 years of teaching service.
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Living and working in Oshkosh for only ten years, Miss Helen Colby, nevertheless, has left her mark upon the school which she loved. We remember her as a young woman of contagious spirit, eager and alert, quick to see opportunities of service and to meet their challenge.
Professor Colby, former Dean of Women, and a faculty member since 1946, died in an automobile accident last summer when she lost control of her car while trying to avoid hitting a dog.
Joining the faculty in 1946, Professor Colby was Director of Physical Education for Women and, in addition, was Dean of Women from 1951 to 1956. She resigned as dean last year to devote more time to her expanding duties as director.
Professor Colby has influenced thousands of young people during her years of teaching—And the blessing of her life will go on and on in the lives of these young people—a testimony of love and devotion to her teaching and to her interest in boys and girls. The influence of a good teacher never dies.
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