1955 June 6 Class of 1995 Listing of Grads and degrees

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1955 June 6 Class of 1995 Listing of Grads and degrees - ville institution. • " LVC Graduates 94; Four...
ville institution. • " LVC Graduates 94; Four Receive Honorary Degrees (Continued From Pa^e One) ed to Rev. F. Berry Plummer pastor of St. Paul's E. U. B Church, Hagerstown, ,Md. A trustee of the college for 40 years Rev. Plummer was cited for "Ion; and distinguished service as a member of the Board of Trustees.' Speaking on the subject, "Youi Greatest Responsibility," Pyle told the graduating class that, in his judgment, each graduates' great. est responsibility is to himself. "No one can manage you, bul you," he said. "And It is up to you to shoulder the obligations and responsibilities of citizenship for which we assume you have been fitted by a college of education." He told the seniors that each must ask himself the question— ''Just how am I going to behave in the competitive arena of life?" Pie described three typical situations to which the students will be exposed: 1. Opposition—"Are you going to give up when you meet it, or will you compete with it?" 2. Bound to get hurt—"You are bound to get hurt in this competitive situation into which you are graduating. Your injuries will be badges of distinction.^ 1 3. Progress is' 'slow—"Don't become too discouraged if the world society doesn't improve as rapidly as you think it should." Cum Laiidc Graduates Four seniors, including two from Lebanon Count}', were graduated cum iaude today. They are: D. John Grace, Jr., of Palmyra; Patricia Whilmoyer, Myerstown; Joyce C. Hill, Hawlcy-and George K. Ludwig, Tower City. Dr. Howard M. Krcilzcr, dean of the college, announced the following senior award winners: Baish Memorial History Award to Donald J. Rowland, Annville; Pi Gamma Mu Scholarship Award to Clair W. Noll, Fleetwood. Wall Street Journal Award and the Award of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accounts, both to D John Grace, Jr.; MILSIC Scholarship Award to Joyce C. Hill; Andrew Bender Memorial Chemistry Award to Henry B.. Hollinger Front Royal, Va. Elected to the Phi Alpha Epsilon honorary scholarship society were- Nancy C. Daughcrty, D John Grace, Jr., Henry B. Hollinger, Philip E. Krouse, George K. Ludwig, Adora J. Rabiger, Donald J. Rowland, Aaron M. Sheaffer, and Patricia Whitmoyer. The commencement program opened with an academic procession by the members of the graduating class, faculty and administration, and the honorary degree recipients. Dr. Frederic K. Miller, president of the college, conferred the degrees and the citation, while the college prizes were awarded by- Dean Kreitzer. Two numbers, "Listen lo the Lambs" and "Wiclmung" were sung by the College Glee Club directed by Dr. James M. Thurmond Mary E. Wcrntz of Christiana, a member of the graduating class, was the organist for the processional and recessional. • Awarded Diplomas Degrees were awarded to the following: Conferred January 29, bachelor of arts, David H. Jauss, Jr ; bachelor of science, major in economics and business administration, Fred W. Arnold. Conferred June 6 B.—Carol N. Achenbach, Frederick P. Brandauer, Robert R. Burtner, Jr., Nancy C. Daugherty, Roger L. Dundore, Stanley F. Imboden, Howard W. Rosier, George K. Ludwig, Peter M. McCoy, Adora J. Rabiger, Dorothy A. Roudabush, Donald j' Rowland, Elmer P. Shambaugh, Aaron M. Sheaffer, Joan Rosenberry Sloca, Robert L. Smith Jr., Melvin G. Sponsler, Jr., Gerald J., Stulzman, Clarence D. UlrichJ Receive Honorary LVC Degrees Howard Pyle Rev. C. C. Hollingsworlh Dr. Carl Schmidt William J. Fisher Dorothy Pfatitz Wcnger, Patricia Whitmoyer, Nancy R. Williams Hilda L. Yost, Mary L. Young. B.S., major in economics and business administration—John J. Giannelli, Joseph L. Gorshin, D. John Grace, Jr., John S. Mull, Jr., lair W. Noll, George Radanovic, John R. Sautter, William Schmidt, Jr., George D. Shaak, Richard L. Sparks. B.S., major in elementary education — Rita J. Castiglia, Joanne VI. Hosteller, Rosalind M. Orbach, 3arbara J. Wingert. B.S., major,in music education— Richard E. Beseckcr, Kenneth E. Sllis, Marian L. Fortna, Ardith J. Punier, Richard D. Gingrich, Nancy C. Gower, Joyce D. Herr, Marian L. Hess, Joyce C. Hill, An on F. Kichner, Benjamin V. Lulz, -,ois L. Reedy, Ann D. Rydberg, George M. Seyfert, Noel Z Stable, Slma J. Swope, Jane L. Taylor, ttary Eckcnroth Trieber, Lynetle ". Waller, Mary E. Werntz, Joel J. Wicst, David P. Willoughby, Nancy A. Wolf, Thomas G. Wolfgang, De- Wilt P. Zuse, Jr. B.S., major in science — Robert i. Ayers, Jr., Edward U. Balsbaugh. Jr., Claude J. Miller, Florence B. Risser, Beverly J. Ross, Fay-Ann Weiier, Lenwood B. Wert, Harold R. White, Richard E. Williams. B.S. in chemistry — Dean R. Ariz, Frank C. Bahstetter, Jr., William A. Erby, Ross W. Fasick, Henry B. Hollinger, Philip E. Krouse, Frederick L. Shaak, Ralph E. Yingst. B.S. in nursing — Alice K. Bomberger, Hazel K. Kindt. To be conferred in future: B.A., Herbert L. Ely, Howard V. Landa; B.S., major in science — Peter M. Crincoli, Arthur J. Dukes, Dorothy Crist Lutz, William A. Zilka; major in economics and business administration — Franklin M. Hall; major in music education — Robert B. McFarland; B.S. in chemistry — Norman J. Wegemer; B.S. in nursing, Mary McMillan Watson. The American Bible Society has marked its 120th year in its work for the blind. P.O, Of A. Camp 16 Meets At Annville Legion ANNVILLE, June 6—The weekly meeting of the women of the Patriolic Order of America, Camp 16, was held on Friday evening, in the American Legion • Home, on South Manhcim St., wilh the vice- president, Mrs. May Line, presiding, and fourteen members in attendance. Under the orator's program, Mrs. Mamie Showers presented a reading entitled, "Meal Time" in which all of the members were mentioned. Mrs. Line announced the past president's meeting for Friday evening, June 10, at which time Mrs. Lucy Fink and Miss Anna Ernest will be the hostesses. The roll call will be a reading suitable for Flag Day or Father's Day. Those who attended the meeting were: Mrs. Anna Light, .Miss Mabel Scabold, Mrs. Eva Aspcr, Miss Ruth Ann Lahn, Mrs. Martha Fry, Mrs. Mamie Showers, Mrs. Bessie Heffner, Mrs. Martha Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth Weaber, Mrs. Viola Becker, Mrs. Effie Shenk, Mrs. Lucy Fink, Mrs. Maggie Wry and Mrs. May Line. Womelsdorf H. S. Alumni To Hold Annual Banquet WOMELSDORF, June 6— The annual banquet of Womelsdorf High Schools Alumni Association will be held Friday evening, June 10 at the Green Valley Country Club. Guest speaker will be the Rev. Garnet 0. Adams, superintendent of Bethany Orphans Home. Dancing will be to music by Jimmy Bolton's Orchestra. Officer? of the association are president, John Lengel; vice president, Ned Wolfe; secretary, Mrs. Frank Brooks; treasurer, Mrs. Dorothy Scchrist. Burgess Clarence Flickingcr has announced a Civilian Defense meeting to he held Monday evening in the council room of the Town [Tall. Men and women interested Allegiance. of gave A Peasant" ningcr Vcrna Is Die." Koble member i presented son Vlvin Iain, larry Keystone lel 0. David Camp :>aid Stahl ion. he likes. Mice ind ilr. he and Mrs. were stage them them. pal, Ralph Nancy and David retired silence played Hilda and represented Valley position the Valeria E. who music of She College received For Upper member Society, College Girls Mr. er, Romberger the Potts. Mr. Mr. attended State banquet Hall

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