SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY
The Senior Scholarship Society was organized by V. A. Greulacb m 1946 Foi the purpose of
giving public recognition to the students on the upper level for their scholastic achievements.
The first group selected May 23, 1945, included Willie Bell Ainsworth, Marion Brooks,
Ann Cheatham, Gladys Ehlert, Frieda Kestenberg, James Palmer, Sylvia Steinberg, Patricia Van
Burgh and Ruth Wills.
On November 20, 1945, the following students were elected: Jeanne Andre, Mary Cbiodo.
Wanda Lee Coley, Cleo Congrady, Glen Tholen and Nora Wallace.
On July 1, 1946, the following faculty members were elected: Anthony A. Aucoin, R. Balfour Daniels, Arvin N. Donner, George W. Drake, Bessie M. Ebaugh, Victor A. Greulach,
C. F. Hiller, James D. Hutchinson, W. W. Kemmerer, Louis Kestenberg, D. W. Knepper, Eby
Nell McEIrath, M. W. Rosa, E. W. Schubmann, Ferrell Spencer, F. L. Stovall, Jules H. Vern,
and Joseph S. Werlin.
In March, 1947, the following students were elected as of the fall semester of 1946: Ruth
Louise Anderson, Barbara Elaine Babcock, Frank Bayless, Roger W. Birkman, Clare V. Cush-
man, Gordon M. Harris, David R. Halworth, Jim L. Holston, Sammy Mayer, Vassar Miller,
Frances Nesmith, Clarence A. Poxon, Stella M. Spencer, Ivan C. R. Stone, Helen J. Faulbee.
Edward R. White, and Mae W. Wier.
Officers for the academic year 1946-47 are: Louis Kestenberg, President; Cleo Congrady.
Vice President; Ruth Wills, Recording Secretary; F. L. Stovall, Corresponding Secretary; Willie
B. Ainsworth, Treasurer; and C. F. Hiller, Public Relations.