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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1940
Letter From The Alumni Secretary Te
Text Of A letter
From Ed Hibshman
Dear Penn Staters,
The Penn, State Alumni Associ
ation takes, this opportunity to
welcome you and all members of
the freshman class to the • Penn
State campus this fall.
In entering College you are be
coming a part of a great Penn
State family of more than 30,000
who have gone through this same
experience of becoming a definite
part of this institution.
The alumni of Penn State' are
located in every county in Penn
sylvania and a goodly portion are
scattered throughout every state
in the union and all parts of the
world. In future years no matter
where your work or travels may
take you, you will find Penn State
men and Penn State women.
When you arrive on the campus
you will find in the student body,
more than 500 students who are
sons or daughters of Penn State
The Alumni Association with its
headquarters in the administra
tion building on the campus pro
vides the opportunity for all
alumni to maintain a continuing
relationship with their College as
sociates and with the College it-
Allegheny—E. M. Aiken ’2l, 2900 Koppers Bldg., Pittsburgh.
McKees Rocks—N. V. Mustnanno ’36, 1321 Island Ave., McKees Rocks.
Beaver—Glen P. Davis ’35, 171 W. Washington St., Rochester
Berks—J. P. Schwenk ’35, 19 Woodland Rd., Wyomissing
Blair.—Robert L. Smith ’3B, 3408 Baker Blvd., Altoona
Bradford-Sullivan—Wm. H. Ransom, Jr. ’32, 15 Huston St., Towanda
Butler—Mrs. A. T. Clutton ’2B, (Pres.) 315 S. Main St., Slippery Rock
Cambria-Somerset —Helen M. Nokes ’37, 1137-Confer Ave., Johnstown
Chester—W. C. Baily ’3l, 127 N. High St., West Chester
Clearfield—W. O. Mitchell ’24, Agri. Ext. Ass’n, Clearfield
Columbia-Montour—P. G. Niesley TB, Court House, Bloomsburg
Dauphin—James W. Runk ’2B, 3625 Brisban St., Paxtang, Harrisburg
Elk—Dean Kohlhepp ’37, 213 Ash St.* Ridgway
Erie—J. H. Kirk ’3O, 715 Cranberry St., Erie
Fayette—Evelyn M. Girard ’36, Uniontown Hosp., .Uniontown
Indiana—J. W. Warner ’l3, 44 N. 7th St., Indiana
E. Parker ’34, Suite 702 Brookes Bldg., Scranton
Lancaster—Art'uhur Boardman ’27,' 544 W. Orange St., Lancaster
Lawrence—H. R. McCulloch ’24, P. O. Box 119, New Castle
Lebanon—L. H. Lebo ’23, 910 Cumberland St., Lebanon
Lehigh-Northampton (Allentown and Vicinity)—
R.'A. Abbott ’34, 463 Hamilton St., Allentown
Luzerne —Michael Farrel, Jr. ’3B, 65 Church St., Wilkes-Barre
Lycoming—R. G. Lowe ’26, 120 W. Fourth St., Williamsport
McKeSn—A. C. Simmons ’25, Box 191, Bradford
Montgomery—Wm. Y. E. Rambo ’35, 1975 W. Main St., Norristown
Philadelphia—Julius S. Schwartz ’29, 1426 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
Schuylkill—W. R. VanVoorhis ’26, Bunker Hill Bldg., Pottsville
Union-Snyder-Northumberland—D. Hess T 4, 103 S. 11th St., Sunbury
Washington-Green—David R. McClav ’34, Court House, Washington
York—F. A. R. Hoffeditz ’05,"741 W. Princess St., York
S. California—R, F. Deane ’l3, 3817 Santa Fe Ave., Los Angeles, Cal,
Delaware—H. L. Moat ’lB, 701 W. 28th St., Wilmington, Del.
District of Columbia—T. B. Bartilson ’2l (Pres.)
10 Monroe Ave., Hyattsville P. 0., University Park, Md.
' Illinois (Chicago and Vicinity)—L. E. Chamberlain ’36,
Inland Steel Co., 38 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
Maryland (Baltimore)—H. B. Brown ’26, 406 W. Franklin St. Bal., Md.
Michigan (Det.)—C. B. Forbes ’33 6431 Trumbull Ave., Detroit, Mich.
Massachusetts (Boston and Vicinity)—
H. S. Downing ’24, 1 Cobb Place, Waban, Mass.
Missouri (St. Louis and Vicinity)
P. J. Forsyth ’l2, 203 Hawthorne Ave., Webster Groves, Mo.
No. New Jersey—M. J. Seavy ’l5, 115 Forest Ave., Cranford, N J
.New York (Binghamton)—R. R. Latz ’lB, 150 Crary Ave., Bing., N. Y.
New York (Buffalo)—
C. R. Nichols ’l7, 187 Ridgewood Rd., Buffalo, N Y.
New York (Ithaca)
E. J. Morris T 9 c/o Triangle Book Shop, 412 College Ave., Ithaca, NY
/ New York City and Vicinity—
S. S. Rumbaugh ’3O, 3 Franklin Ave., White Plains, N. Y
(N.Y.C. Club Office at Room 1729, 30 Church St., N.Y City)
New York (Rochester)—W. J. Cox ’29, 89 Pershing Dr., Rochester, N.Y
New York (Schenectady)—
, , J- J- Bokan ’39, 13 State St., Schenectady, N. Y.
Ohio (Akron)—G. M. Sparks ’23, 875 Valdes Ave., Akron, Ohio
Ohio (Cincinnati)—J. E. Root ’O7, Room 104, City Hall, Cincinnati, O
Ohio (Cleveland)—S. A. Derry ’33, 872 Hanna Bldg., Cleveland Ohio
Ohio (Columbus)—J. H. Erb ’27, 1697 Bekshire Rd., Columbus, Ohio
E. N. Smith ’33, 189 W. Princeton Ave., Youngstown, O.
County or Area \
Berks—Gertrude Kuebler ’33 (Pres.), 128 E. Walnut St., Shillington
Blair—Ruth N. Kantner ’3l, R. D. No. 1, Box 127, Altoona
• M^ S ;. F - B - Thompson ’2O (Pres.), 110 N. 25th St., Camp Hill
Lancaster—Eliz. R. Gress ’22 (Pres.), R. D. No. 4, Lancaster
■ Lehigh Valley—Ruth Koch ’39, 711 .Maple St., Bethlehem
Philadelphia—Hazel Everett ’2B,
, . Chelten Ct. Apts., 17th and Chelten Ave., Philadelphia
Pittsburgh—Anne Simon ’35, 89 Frazier Ave., McKees Rocks
Scranton—Margaret M. Iffland ’35, 516 N. Everett Ave., Scranton
State College—Mary Edmiston ’29, 134 N. Barnard St., State College
Williamsport—Mrs. Clifford Price ’2B (Pres.),
. „ „ , 342 Hastings St., S. Williamsport
Wyoming Valley—Charlotte Mack ’3B, 54 Filbert St., Forty Fort
York—Julia C. Sprenkel ’3O; Spring Grove
Out-of-State Alumnae Clubs
New York City and Vicinity—Mrs. H. H. Balthasar ’34.
, .. . „ 42-1 r Cross Island" Blvd. Bayside, L. 1., N. Y.
, Detroit, Mich.—Mrs. C. B. Forbes, 6431 Trumbull St., Detroit,. Mich
| Washington,:,D.= C.4-Eleanor Ferguson ’35, : .
h i,■ ■ 3 2501 Calvert St, N. W., Washington, D. C.
self. It keeps a record of all grad
uates and former students of Penn
State and through its publications
it maintains a constant contact
with alumni wherever they may
be and carries out a program of
having them return to the campus
under an organized plan of five
year class reunions.
. In 1870, or nine years after the
first class had graduated, the
Alumni Association of The Penn
sylvania State College was organ
ized. The original by-laws express
a two fold purpose. One-being
for the mutual benefit of the
alumni themselves and the other
for the benefit of their Alma
Mater. Since that date the Associ
ation has been in constant opera
tion and since 1910, has had a full
time executive secretary.'
In order that you may be in
formed as to some of the services
which the Association offers, we
are listing a few of its activities:
(1.) On September 20, the
members of the All-College Cabi
net, student government organi
zation, will meet with the mem
bers of the Executive Board of the
Alumni Association to discuss
matters of mutual interest to stu
dents and alumni.
(2.) The Alumni Association'
cooperates with other College de
partments in securing jobs, for
Out-of-State Alumni Clubs
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
needy students who endeavor to
earn a portion .of their way
(3.) Outstanding alumni, prom
inent in their respective fields, are
invited to address student groups
throughout the year.
(4;) A placement service is be
ing set up by the College with as
sistance from the Alumni Associ
ation for the benefit of the alumni
(5.) The Alumni News is pub
lished 10 times a year and carries
hews of alumni and the College.
(6.) A football letter is publish
ed weekly during the football sea
son and gives the alumni a side
line story of the games.
(7.) A four-page leaflet, known
as the Penn Stater, is sent quar
terly to all alumni.
(8.) A homecoming program
for all alumni is arranged by the
Alumni Association each year;
the dates for this year being Octo
ber 11 and 12.
(9.) football smokers will be
held in Allentown, Philadelphia
and Pittsburgh, preceding the
football games with Lehigh, Tem
ple and Pitt.
(10.) A dance, sponsored by
the Penn State Alumni in Pitts
burgh for students, alumni and
friends, will be held at the Wil
liam Penn Hotel on November 23,
following the Pitt game.
(11.) The Alumni Association
assists student organizations, such
as Thespians, Penn State Players
and music groups in local and off
(12.) The Alumni Association
assists the College in securing
adequate appropriations and help
(13.) The alumni elect nine
members of the College Board of
Trustees, three of them being
elected each year for thre-year
(14.) The Alumni Association
maintains an up-to-date record of
30,000 names of graduates, and
former students. ' This includes a
master file, addressograph file,
biographical file, class file and
(15.) The Alumni Association
maintains active district clubs for
alumni and alumnae in some 70
cities throughout the country.
These clubs are organized for the
benefit of the alumni residing in
the particular areas and carry out
a definite program of activities
throughout the entire year.
For your information we are
listing the names of the secre
taries of the district clubs. If your
Get Acquainted With
THE STORE THAT
PENN STATE MEN BUILT
Whether it be shirts, ties, hats, shoes, or and
individually tailored suit, Penn State men have .
found this store to be the one that offers first
the newest things in university styles. You j
are invited to drop in, brouse around, and get
to know the reason why it can be said that
Penn State men built this store.
Hatter Haberdasher Tailor
NEXT TO THE CATHAUM
Is Of College Association
home is near one of these clubs
and the secretary can be of assist
ance to you in the way of giving
you additional information con
cerning Penn State before you
come to the campus, we invite you
to call on this officer
We wish to assure you of a most
Take a tip from upper classmen. Forward your luggage to
college by trusty, convenient Railway Express. When you
phone we’ll call at your home for your trunks, bags, boxes,
anything, and deliver them promptly and safely at your <
college, without extra charge in all cities and principal towns.
Low rates and you can rake your train with peace of mind,
And at college you can solve your laundry problem easily
and economically. Arrange to "express” the laundry home
and back by our quick, dependable service. You can send
it collect or prepaid. Just phone
North Atherton Street
Stale College, Pa.
Dial 3281 or call Western Union
agency Inc .
NATION-WIDE RAIL-AIR SERVICE
hearty welcome on the part of the
Alumni Association and when you
arrive upon the campus, invite
you to come to the central alum
in office, 104 Old Main Building.
The Alumni Association
E. K. Hibshman,
129 W. Beaver Ave.
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