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Rufus M. Allen, Chairman
Isaac E. Woodard, Vice-Chairman
Howard E. Henley
Elwood J. Meredith
Orval G. Snyder
Garfield V. Cox
Richard N. Hoemer
Carroll H. Kenworthy
Ruby Davis, Secretary
Wyatt A. Miller
Geraldine H. Moorman
Howard S. Mills
Merrill L. Hiatt
Harry James Carman
Thomas E. Jones
Though seldom seen by students, the trustees of
Earlham figure importantly in their life as well as in
the over-all guidance ofthe college. Policies deter-
mined by this group infl uence student activity on campus.
Personally, each trustee helps to extend the influence
and reputation of Earl ham to wider circles.
He gave E.C. students a clear idea of a dream
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ROBERT HUFF I
Executive Development Program 1 '
Working with men ofthe top managementlevel , J
in local industries, Bob Huff has broadened this "
training personnel program which had its beginning
only two years ago.
when he explained the new Earlham Hall plan in
assembly. Now he is one ofthe outstanding fig-
ures working constantly toward the realization of
this dream, which is slowlyrising outof the gravel
and dust behind the old landmark.
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'PHE PRE IDE T
President and Mrs. Jones Greet the Freshmen
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Liberal Arts and the Kitchen Sink
The kitchen sink may seem an unlikely
subiect for a talk designed to explain the
values of a liberal education. President
Thomas E. Jones made an account of Do-
lt-Yourself sink building serve as the
springboard for his leap into this explan-
ation in Earlham's fall convocation. New
students soon found that his plea For Earlham
ideals came from deep conviction which
was reflected not only in his words but also
in constant work to build the physical,
spiritual, and intellectual community to
which we aspire.
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1 " DAVID HENLEY
4 Dean of the College
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Though Davld Henry IS one of the busiest of Earlhamites, still
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P remember him best for his quiet humor which he combines with
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Dean of Women
The guardian of Earlham women,
Marjorie French, also
serves as counselor and friends through her duties as Dean of
Women. Miss French contributes her parlor, her ideas, and her lII'ff
demand for "some privacy" for her girls as well as the familiar
"lights on, feet on the floor" by-word. '
Dean of Students and Admissions
Dean and friend, Eric Curtis is recognized by Earlhamites as
"at home" on stage, horseback, taking the "men's side" in an
A.W.S. dorm meeting, or running the gamat of a booby-trapped
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