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EBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



Annville, Penna. 



1879-80. 



V 



FOURTEENTH 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



OF 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE, 



FOR THE 



COLLEGIATE YEAR 



1879-80. 



PUBLISHED BY THE COLLEGE. 
l88o. 





2 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 


Itjxtctrd of i 


ffitttgifttg* 


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Names. 


Addiiess. Ex 


PIRES. 


Col. J. A. STAHLB 


. ..Mt. Wolf, Pa 


1883 


JOHN HURSH. Esq 


. . . Newville, Pa 


.1883 


DAVID W, CIIIDER, Esq 


. . . York, Pa 


1883 


Rev. SOLOMON M. HUMMEL. . 


. . .Derry, Pa 


1883 


RUDOLPH HERR, Esq 


. . . Annvjlle, Pa 


.1883 


Rev. JOSEPH YOUNG 


. . . Ann ville, Pa 


.1883 


Rev. HENRY H. GELBACH. . . 




.1883 


Rev. J. W. KIRACOFE 


Falling Water, W.Va.1883 


Rev. ABRAHAM M. EVERS. . . 




.1883 


Rev. DAVID D. KEEDY 


. . . . Rohrersville, Md . . . 


.1883 


Rev. GEORGE A. MARK 




.1882 


JOHN B. STEHMAN, Esq 




.1882 


Hon. GEORGE W. HOVERTER 


. . . Harrisburg, Pa 


.1882 


Rev. Z. A. COLESTOCK 


. . . Mechanicsburg, Pa . . 


.1882 


JACOB W. ROOP, M. D 




.1882' 


GIDEON LIGHT, Esq 




.1882 


ALB ANUS S. RILAND, Esq.... 




.1882 


Rev. JACOB RUNK 




.1882 


Rev. JACOB L. GRIMM 


. . . Boonsboro, Md 


.1882 


JOSEPH B. HURSH, Esq 




.1881 


Rev. CHARLES T. STEARN... 




.1881 


NOAH G. THOMAS, Esq 




.1881 


Rev. A. P. FUNKHOUSER 




.1881 


JONAS S. DEANER, Esq 




.1881 


DAVID KREIDER, Esq 




.1881 


HENRY H. KREIDER, Esq. . . . 




.1881 


Rev. JOHN W. KUNKEL 


. . . . Baltimore, Md 


.1881 


Rev. LEWIS W. CRAUMER 




.1881 


EX-OFFICIO. 




President D. D. Di 


LONG, A. M. 




Prof. DANIEL EBERLY, A. M. 




Prof. LOUIS H. McFADDEN, A. M. 




Prof. H. CLAY DEANER, A. B. 





LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



Wns*?&tifiStt< 



PRESIDENT : 

JOHN B. STEHMAN, Esq. 

RECORDING AND CORRESPONDING SECRETARY : 

Rev. LEWIS W. CRAUMER. 

TREASURER : 

HENRY H. CRIDER, Esq. 

FINANCIAL SECRETARY : 

Prof. LOUIS H. McFADDEN 

STEWARD : 

SAMUEL ZUG, Esq. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE : 

Rev. D. D. DeLong, Chairman. Rev. Charles T. Stearn. 

Rev. Joseph Young, Secretary. Rudolph Herr, Esq. 

Rev. George A. Mark. Henry H. Kreider, Esq. 

Rev. L. W. Craumer. Rev. D. D. Keedy. 

GENERAL AGENT : 

Henry H. Kreider, Esq. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



EXAMINING COMMITTEE. 

Prof. E. BEN J. BIERMAN, A. M Annville, Pa. 

Rev. GEORGE A. LOOSE Harrisburg, Pa. 

Rev. ISAAC H. ALBRIGHT, A. M Spring Garden, Pa. 

Rev. ABRAHAM H. SHANK, A. M Newville, Pa. 

Rev. CORNELIUS A. BURTNER, A. B. . . .Big Spring, Pa. 

Rev. DAVID HOFFMAN Reading, Pa. 

Rev. H. SHROPP Lebanon, Pa. 

Rev. DAVID STRICKLER Lebanon, Pa. 

SAMUEL ROHRER, Esq Boonsboro, Md. 

DANIEL H. KEEDY, Esq Rohrersville, Md. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



[fitriulimi. 



Rev. D. D. DeLONG, A. M., President, 
Professor of Mental and Moral Science. 

Rev. DANIEL EBERLY, A. M., 

Professor of the Latin Language and Literature. 

LOUIS H. McFADDEN, A. M., 

Professor of Natural Science. 

Mrs. E. K. DeLONG, A. M., Preceptress, 
Professor of Greek Language and Literature. 

H. CLAY DEANER, A. B., 

Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy. 

Miss MARTHA A. CRAMER, 
Teacher of French and the Fine Arts. 

Miss EURETTA A. AYERY, 
Teacher of Instrumental Music and Voice Culture. 

LOUIS H. McFADDEN, 

Librarian. 





6 LEBAXOX T ALLEY COLLEGE. 


^m&tmics. 




CLA*» OF 1870. 




WILLIAM B. BODENHORN. A. 31. . Superintendent 


ALBERT C. RIGLER." Taller, Xational Bank. . . . 
MART V WETSS 


. . . AyvTTr.T.r. Pa. 
. . . Aywn.Tj.. Pa. 
. . .Lf.baxox. Pa. 


CLA»» OF 1S71. 




clemmte t n.RTrR. {ihda m ir.ijw 


. . . axxvtttf„ Pa. 


CLA>» OF 1872. 




JOHN WESLEY ETTER. A. M., Minister 

JOHN EL FISHER. A. 3L. Minister 

EZRA H. GINGRICH, A. 31. . Druggist 

JOHN H. GRAYBEILL. A. M.. Minister 

JOHN H. KLNPORTS. A. 1L, Dr% jgut 

JENNIE E. KAETF3IAN CRO USE. 31. A 

ADAM R. FORNEY, Merchant 


. . . Baltlmore. 3Id. 

- . . A2CVTXLLZ. Pa. 

. . Philadelphia. Pa. 
. . Daytox. Ohio. 

. . . BlXOilSBLRG. Pa. 

. . . Sheakleysville, Pa. 
. . . Axxttt.t.f. Pa. 


CLASS OF 1873. 




HENRY B. STEHMAN A. M.. 31. D.. Physician. 

SARAH BOIN5. M. A.. Teacher 

CHARLES S. DANIELS. Minister 

GEORGE A. LOOSE. Minister 


. . .Lancaster. Pa. 
. . .3r\NTTF.rM\ Pa. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

_H*P.P.T>TtT-Rl^ ~P\. 


CLASS OF 1874. 




ADAM R. FORNEY, A. M.. Merchant 

JOHN E. LEHMAN. A. M.. Book-keeper 

ZAR ANTES S. G. LIGHT. A. M.. Merchant 

JOSEPH W OSBORN, A. 31.. Superintendent of 

ROBERT STELNMETZ A. 31 

HIRAM E. STELNMETZ. A. 31. . Law Student 

REBECCA KLNPORTS. M. A. Teacher 

ELLA JANE MARK. M A 


. . . A>"XTTLLE, Pa. 

Lkbahos, Pa. 
. . A^ryvrLLE. Pa. 
the 

Swabsba, Mass. 

A5VOLLE. Pa. 
. , Clay. Pa. 

Axxytlle. Pa. 
. . . Lebas ox. Pa. 


CLASS OF 187.5. 




SAMEEL H. CLAIR. A. 31. Teacher 

SARAH E. COLLIER ETTEE. 31. A 


M< >u\t Jot. Pa. 
. . .Baltimore. 3Id. 


CLASS OF 1876. 




ISAAC H. ALBRIGHT. A. M.. Jfiaufer 

J. GEORGE JOHNSTON A. B.. Minister 

JOHN R. WRIGHT. A. B . Minister 

AARON G HERR 


En"'-lewood. N. J. 
. . . 3iexdham. n. j. 
. . .Ajs-xville. Pa. 


CLASS OF 187 7. 


. . . Carlisle. Pa. 

. . . Newtille. Pa. 

. . . A vox. Pa. 

. . .Axwtlle. Pa. 

. . . 3Iillersvtlle. Pa. 

. . . MiFFLrviowx, Pa. 


GEORGE M . HL RSH. A B.. Lav. student 

ABRAHA3r H. SHANE. A. 31.. Minister 

ALICE 31. RACCH M A. 

ELLA J. RIGLER. M. A 

MONROE P. BANDERS, Minister 

GERRET G. SHELLENBERGER, Minister 





LEBAXOX VALLEY COLLEGE. 



CLASS OF 1878. 

GEORGE F. BIER MAX. A. B.. Teacher Pabrtvllle. Pa. 

CORNELIUS A. BURTXER. A. B.. Minister Bie Spring. Pa. 

VIRGINIA G. BURTXER PLTTMAX. M. A T >m s Brook, Va. 

A. .BELLE HOWE WLDMEYER. M. A Martens bitrg, W. Va. 

HIRAM B DOHXER. Minister Enders. Pa. 

DAXIEL D. KEEDY. Teacher Rr.HREESvn.LE. Md. 

HARVEY E. THOMAS Boossboko', Md. 

CLA>S OF 1879. 

CHARLES D. BAKER. A. B . Student in Med. Co 1 .. .Baltimore. Md. 
H. CXAY DEAXER. A. B.. P - n Lebanon Valley College. Pa 

HORACE S. KEPHART. A. B..* Student in Boston University. M 

JOHX C. YOCUM. A. B .. Law Student Bloomsbuug, Pa. 

CLARA S. CRAUMEK, M. A Lebanon. Pa. 

MARY E. GROFF. M. A . Student in Eng Literature. .Boston, Mass 

EMMA L. LAXDIS. M A.. Student in Art Boston. Mass. 

J. LOX WHITMOYER. B. S.. Teacher Clinton Lock. Ind. 

A. LeFEVRE GROFF, Publisher and BookseUer Harrisbcrg. Pa. 

F AXXIE C. KILLLXGER Annyille. Pa 

LIZZIE E. WELD .MAX Annvllle. Pa. 

HEXRY WOLF. Merchant M htkt Wolf. Pa. 



A-lu^v.u A 



PRESIDENT. 

ISAAC H. ALBRIGHT. A. M.. CI n f 1876. 

VICE PKESIDEM. 

ROBERT STEIXMETZ. A. X., Class 1-74. 

SECRET art. 

ALICE M. RACCB, M A 1877. 

TRK ARCHER. 

JOHX E. LEHMAX. A. M.. Class of 1^74 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

ISAAC IT. ALBRIGHT. A. B.. Class of 1876. 
JOHX H. GRAYBEILL. A. M. Class of 1-7-J. 
GEORGE W HFRSH. A. B . Class of 1877. 
W. B. BOPEXHORX. A. M. Class of 187 
CORXELH'S A. BFRTXER. A B.. Clam of 1878 

APPOINTMENTS FOR JFNE 8. 18SO. 

Orator HEXRY B. STEHMAX. A. M . MO lass f 1S78. 

Essayist ELLA J. RIGLER. M. A.. Cass of 1S77. 



8 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 






• 


Note.— C. Classical Course. S. Scientific Course 


. E. English Course. 




SENIOR CLASS. 




Name. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


V. KLINE FISHER, c 




. . .Mrs. Barr's 


GEORGE W. GENSEMER, 
S. OLIVER GOHO, c 




. . . Mrs. Ley's. 




. . .Mrs. Ley's. 


CYRUS D. HARP, c 




. ..UN. C. 


SIMON P. LIGHT, c 




...41 N. C. 


ROSAM MEREDITH, c... 




...L.H. 


FANNIE M. DEANER, s... 




...L. H. 


ALICE K. GINGRICH, s... 




. . .Mr. Gingrich's. 


SALLIE A HERR, s 




...Mr Herr's. 


ALICE J. LIGHT, s 




.. .Mr. Light's. 


B. FRANK BAKER, e. . . . 


. . . Keedysville, Md. . 


...38 N C. 


ELMER C. THOMAS, e 


' JUNIOR CLASS. 


. . .Mr. Phreaner's. 


Name. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


ADAM M. BEHM, c 




. . .Mr. Behrn's. 


ELLA JANE MARK, c. . . 


. . . Lebanon 


...L. H. 


CHARLES E. RAUCH, c 
ELIAS H SNEATH, c. . . . 


. . . Lebanon 


...23 N. C. 




...31 N. C. 


ISAIAH W. SNEATH, c. . 


. . . Columbia 


...31 N C. 


SYLVESTER K. WINE, c 


. . . Clover Hill, Va . . 


...18 N. C. 


WILLIAM D. BIGGS, s. . . 


. . . . Westminster, Md. 


... 37 N. C. 

...39 N. C. 


ELMER H. GARVER, s.. 




HENRY A. SECHRIST, s. 




...18N. C. 


ELLA M. SMITH, s 


. . . Annville 


. . Mr. Smith's. 


BELLE E. STAUFFER, s. 




...L. H. 


MARY A. VANMETER, s 


Martinsburg, W. 


F~a.L. H. 


MILLIE WEIDMAN, s... 






GEORGE A WOLF, s.... 


...Mount Wolf 


...24N.C. 


JAMES A. VANMETER, e. . .Martinsburg, W. 


Fa. 33 N. C. 


SOPHOMORE CLASS. 




Name. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


C. EBY GEYER, c 




...41 N. C. 


CHARLES B. GRUBER, c 




...Mr. Kieffer's. 


CLINTON J. BARR, s.... 




. . .Mrs. Barr's. 







LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 9 




CYRUS L. BENSON, s Lebanon 


. .Mr. Benson's. 




WILLIAM P. MACLAY, s Kishacoquillas 


. .30N. C. 




JOHN H. OLIVER, s East Salem 


42 N. C. 
..42N.C. 




JOHN B. ZEIGLER, s New Cumberland. . 




FRESHMAN CLASS. 






Name. Post Office. 


Room. 




JACOB Z. HOFFMAN, c May town 


..23 N. C. 




GIDEON R. KREIDER, c. . ..Annville 


. . Mr. Kreider's. 




SOLOMON G. MERRICK, c. . .Baltimore, Md 


. .26N. C. 




J. HENRY MILLER, c Zurich, Switzerland .27 N. C. 




D. A. SHIELDS, c Neioburg 


..13 N. C. 




JEREMIAH H. VON NIEDA,cAllentown 


. .38N. C. 




CLINTON S. FRITZ, s Annville 


..Dr. Fritz's. 




MARCELLA B. GRUMBEIN,s^rm% 


. .Dr. Grumbein's. 




LIZZIE J. KINPORTS, s Annville 


. .Judge Kinports'. 




JOHN F. MILLIKEN, s. Reedsville 


..30 N. C. 




GEORGE SAYLOR, s Annville 


..Mr. Say lor 's. 




CLASSICAL PREPARATORY CLASS. 




Name. Post Office. 


Room. 




MAURICE E. BRIGHTBILL. .Annville 


. . Mr. Brightbill's. 




EVIMA C. DEITZLER Annville 


..Rev. Mr. Deitzler's. 




ALTHE A C. FINK Springdale 


..L.H. 




JOSEPH G. W. HEROLD Schuylkill Haven. . 


..37 N. C. 




EPHRAIYI HOFFMAN Maytown 


. .Mr. Boger's. 




EDWIN H.HUMMELBAUGH,£A^efts&W£ 


..Mrs. Hummelbaugh's. 




ELMER D. KUSER Reading 


..37 N. C. 




A. HARVEY LINE Keedysville, Md... 


. . 37 N. C. 




TITIAN R. NEIDIG Harrisburg 


. .24N. C. 




SAMUEL J. NUNN Fenwick. Ontario. 


..26 N. C. 




JACOB M. PETERS Annville 


..Rev. Mr. Peter's. 




JOHN H. SPECK East Hanover 


, .Mr. Baer's. 




SCIENTIFIC PREPARATORY CLASS. 




Name. Post Office. 


Room. 




ROBERT S. ARNDT Annville 


..Mr. Arndt's. 




LORENZO S. BEAM Stoughstown 


. 28 N. C. 




WILLIAM H. BOLTZ Annville 


..Mr. Boltz's. 




MILLIE J. BURRELL Portage 


. .L. H. 




ALLEN DUNKELBERGER. . Freeburg 


..36 N. C. 




IDA A. GRUMBEIN Annville 


..Dr. Grumbein's. 




EMMA L. KILLINGER Annville 


. .Mr. Killinger's. 




ALICE C. MOWER Annville 


. . Mrs. Mower's. 




CHARLES F. SAYLOR Annville 


.Mr. Savior's. 




GEORGE M. SMITH Annville 


. . Mr Smith's. 




HARRY M. STAUFFER Bareville 


..25 N. C. 









10 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 


PREPARATORY CLASS. 




Name. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


LIZZIE M. BEHM 




.Mrs. Barr's. 


ALTA G. BRANDT 




.L. H. 


JOSEPH H. DOHNER .... 


. . . Lebanon 


.Mrs. Dohner's. 


GEORGE A. DOYLE 




.27N. C. 


IRENE K. DUNCAN 


. . . Springdale 


.L H. 


THEODORE I. ETTER. . . . 


. . . Halifax 


..36 N. C. 


SUSAN L. GRAYBILL .... 




..Mr. Gray bill's. 


GRACE B. HUMMVLBAVGH, SMppensburg 


..Mrs. Hummelbangh's. 


CHARLES T. KINPORTS. 




. .Judge Kinports'. 


DAVID H. KURTZ 


. . .Blue Bock 


. 33 N. C. 
.Mr. Light's. 


HENRY W. LIGHT 




SIMON P. LIGHT 




.Mr. Light's. 


CLARA V. R. MARK 


. . . Allentoion 


..L. H. 


KATIE R. MATZ 




. .Mrs. Ulrich's. 


MORRIS A. MEYER 




. .Mr. Meyer's 


JACOB B. MILLER 




..25 N. C. 


D. AUGUSTUS PETERS . . 




. .Rev. Mr. Peters'. 


JOHN RICHARDS 




.Mr. Richards'. 


ANNIE M. SAYLOR 




. .Mr. Saylor's 


OLIVAG. SAYLOR 




.Mr. Say lor 's. 


CHRISTIAN L. SWARTZ . 




..'28N. C 


JOHN H. TROUT 


. . . Landiscille 


..39 N. C 


ENOLA G. UNDERWOOD 


. . . ShepJierdstown. . . . 


. .L. H. 


ALMA C. WITMER 




..L. H. 


NORA YOHN 


NORMAL CLASS. 


L. H. 


Name. 


Post Office. 


Room. 


AZOR A. ALBERT 


. . . East Hanover 


16 N. C. 
. .Mr. Boner's. 


JOHN D. BOGER 




LEVI B. HAUER 


. . . East Hanover 


. Mr. Hauer's. 
. .Mr. Light's. 


FRANK W. LIGHT 


. . . Campbellstown . . . . 


JOHN W. SNOKE 


ABBREVIATIONS. 


,Mr. Snoke's. 


N. C— New College. 




L. H. — Ladies FIall. 





LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 11 


CLASS IN GERMAN. ; 


ROBERT S. ARNDT, 


ROSA M. MEREDITH, 


ADAM M. BEHM, 


SOLOMON G. MERRICK, 


WILLIAM H. BOLTZ, 


CHARLES E. RAUCH, 


ALLEN DUNKELBERGER, 


HENRY A. SECHRIST, 


V. KLINE FISHER, 


ISAIAH W. SNEATH, , 


SALLIE A. HERR, 


GEORGE A. WOLF, 


ELLA J. MARK, 


JOHN B. ZEIGLER. 


CLARA V. R. MARK, 




CLASS IN FRENCH. 


WILLIAM D. BIGGS, 


JOHN F. MILLIKEN, 


ALICE K. GINGRICH, 


ALICE C. MOWER, 


ELLA J. "MARK, 


JOHN B. ZEIGLER. 


OIL PAINTING OR DRAWING. 


ABBIE ELLEN BEAVER, 


JULIA JENKINS, 


WILLIAM D BIGGS, 


REBECCA KINPORTS, 


ALTA G. BRANDT, 


EMMA L. KILLINGER, 


ALLEN DUNKELBERGER, 


ELLA V. R. MAULFAIR, 


ALTHEA C. FINK, 


ALICE C. MOWER, 


CLINTON S. FRITZ, 


ELLA J. MOWER, 


LOLA M GARVER, 


LIZZIE M. MOWER, 


IDA A. GRUMBEIN, 


JACOB M. PETERS, 


GEORGE W. HEROLD, 


GEORGE M. SMITH, 


SALLIE A. HERR, 


J. H. TROUT, 


EDWIN H. HUMMELBAUGH, 


ENOLA G. UNDERWOOD. 






-— — — — — — — — _~— —— __ _— ^_^_^^^_ 



12 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 



CLASS IN VOCAL MUSIC. 



CLINTON J. BARR, 
LIZZIE M. BEHM, 
ALTA G. BRANDT, 
IRENE K. DUNCAN, 
ALTHEA C. FINK, 
LOLA M. CARVER, 
ELMER H. CARVER, 
C. EBY GEYER, 
ALICE K. GINGRICH, 
SUSAN L. GRAYBILL, 
CHARLES B. GRUBER, 
IDA A. GRUMBINE, 
E. Z. HOFFMAN, 
JACOB Z. HOFFMAN, 
EMMA L. KILLINGER, 
GIDEON R. KREIDER, 
KATE R. MATZ, 
ROSA M. MEREDITH, 
MORRIS A. MEYER, 
J. H. MILLER, 
JACOB B. MILLER, 



TITIAN R. NEIDIG, 
ANNIE O. NISSLEY, 
SAMUEL J. NUNN, 
JACOB M. PETERS, 
CHARLES E. RAUCH, 
ANNIE M. SAYLOR, ' 
OLIVA G. SAYLOR, 
CHARLES SAYLOR, 
CHRISTIAN L. SWARTZ, 
GEORGE M. SMITH, 
ELLA M. SMITH, 
ELIAS H. SNEATH, 
ISAIAH W. SNEATH, 
JOHN H. SPECK, 
HENRY A. STEIN, 
JAMES H. STEIN, 
ENOLA G. UNDERWOOD, 
J. H. VON NIEDA, 
MILLIE WEIDMAN, 
ALMA C. WITMER, 
NORA YOHN. 



CLASS IN VOICE CULTURE. 



EMMA L. KILLINGER, 
LOLA M. GARVER, 
ALTHEA C. FINK, 
ELLA J. MARK, 



FANNIE C. KILLINGER, 
ELLA M. SMITH, 
J. H. SPECK, 
C. L SWARTZ. 





LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 13 


CLASS IN HARMONY. 


ROSA M. BACHMAN, 


ANNIE 0. NISSLEY, 


MILLIE BURRELL, 


ELLA M. SMITH, 


ALICE C. EUSTON, 


HENRY A. STEIN, 


LOLA M. GARVER, 


JAMES STEIN, 


EMMA GETTEL, 


LAURA STRICKLER, 


ALICE K. GINGRICH, 


ENOLA G. UNDERWOOD, 


SALLIE A. HERR, 


MILLIE WEIDMAN, 


CLARA HOUCK, 


GEORGE A. WOLF, 


GRACE B. HUMMELBAUGB, 


NORA YOHN. 


LIZZIE KINPORTS, 




PIANO AND ORGAN. 


ROSA M. BACHMAN, 


CLARA V. R. MARK, 


ABBIE E. BEAVER, 


J. B. MILLER, 


ALTA G. BRANDT, 


EMMA MOWER, 


SALLIE BRIGHTBILL, 


ELLA J. MOWER. 


MILLIE J. BURRELL, 


GRAYBILL MUMMA, 


IRENE K. DUNCAN, 


TITIAN R. NEIDIG, 


ALICE C. EUSTON, 


ANNIE 0. NISSLEY, 


ELMER H. GARVER, 


ISAAC 0. NISSLEY, 


LOLA M. GARVER, 


MINNIE PETERS, 


EMMA GETTEL, 


HENRY A. STEIN, » " 


ALICE K. GINGRICH, 


JAMES STEIN, 


LIBBIE GOSHART, 


ELLA M. SMITH, 


SALLIE A. HERR, 


JOHN H. SPECK, 


E. Z HOFFMAN, 


BELLE A. STAUFFER, 


CLARA HOUCK, 


LAURA STRICKLER, 


GRACE B. HUMMELBAUGH, 


ENOLA G. UNDERWOOD, 


LIZZIE J. KINPORTS, 


J. H. VON NIEDA, 


REBECCA KINPORTS, 


MILLIE WEIDMAN, 


JOHN KREIDER, 


GEORGE A. WOLF, 


' DAVID KURTZ, 


NORA YOHN, 


EVA LEY, 


SUSAN G. ZUG. 





14 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



CLASSICAL, COURSE. 

Seniors - 6 

Juniors 6 

Sophomores 2 

Freshmen 6 

Preparatory .- 12 



— 32 



SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 



Seniors 4 

Juniors 8 

Sophomores 5 

Freshmen 5 

Preparatory 11 

— 33 

ENGLISH COURSE. 

Seniors 2 

Second Year, 1 

Preparatory 25 

— 28 

MISCELLANEOUS. 



Students in Normal Class 5 

Students in Instrumental Music and Oil Painting only 24 



29 



Total number of students 122 



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preparatory. 

Fall Term Studies: 

Physical Geography Warren 

General History Anderson 

Latin Grammar Allen and Greenough 

Latin Lessons Jones 

Winter Term Studies: 

Composition and Rhetoric Hart 

Natural History Tennet 

Latin Grammar Allen and Greenough 

Latin Lessons Jones 

Greek Grammar Goodwin 

Greek Lessons White 

Spring Term Studies: 

Algebra ! Robinson 

Composition and Rhetoric Hart 

Caesar's Gallic War Stuart 

Latin Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Arnold 

Greek Grammar Goodwin 

Greek Lessons White 

History of the United States Anderson 

During each term of the collegiate year three classes in Arithmetic are 
organized; Two in Robinson's Written, and one in Brooks' Normal Mental; 
also, two classes in Greene's English Grammar, one in Analysis, and one in 
Definitions and Parsing; also, classes in Reading, Drawing, Penmanship, 
and Warren's Descriptive Geography. 



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FRESHMAN YEAR. 

PALL TERM. 

Algebra Robinson 

Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene Cutter 

Cicero's Orations Stuart 

Latin Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Arnold 

Anabasis Boise 

Greek Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Jones 

WINTER TERM. 

Algebra Robinson 

Virgil's iEneid Chase 

Latin Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Arnold 

Anabasis, (continued, ) Boise 

Greek Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Jones 

SPRING TERM. 

Geometry Robinson 

Botany Gray 

Virgil's iEneid, (continued, ) Chase 

Anabasis, (continued,) Boise 

Greek Prose Composition, (weekly,) Jones 

SOPHOMORE YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 

Geometry and Plane Trigonometry Robinson 

Political Economy Thompson 

Livy Chase 

Roman Antiquities and Archaeology, (weekly, ) Eschenburg 

Homer's Iliad Boise 

Greek and Roman Mythology, (weekly,) Eschenburg 



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WINTEK TERM. 

Spherical Trigonometry Robinson 

Horace, (Odes,) Chase 

History of Roman Literature, (weekly,) Eschenburg 

Xenophon's Memorabilia Robbins 

History of Greek Literature, (weekly,) Eschenburg 

Zoology Agassiz and Gould 

spring term. 

Conic Sections Robinson 

Horace, (Epistles,) Chase 

Latin Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Arnold 

Xenophon's Memorabilia Robbins 

Greek Antiquities, (weekly, ) Eschenburg 

Evidences of Christianity Hopkins 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 

Analytical Geometry Robinson 

Cicero de Senectute et de Amicitia Crowell and Richardson 

Latin Prose Composition, (weekly,) Arnold 

Herodotus Mather 

Greek Testament, (weekly,) Greenfield 

Logic McCosh ' 

Science of Government Alden 

winter term. 

Mechanics Snell's Olmsted 

Tacitus's Germania Stuart 

Plato's Apology Tyler 

Greek Testament, (weekly,) Greenfield 

Rhetoric Hill 

% SPRING TERM. 

Natural Philosophy Snell's Olmsted 

Tacitus's Agricola Stuart 

The Alcestis of Euripides, or ) 
The Prometheus of iEschylus, ' 

Greek Testament, (weekly,) Greenfield 

History of Civilization Guizot 



.Woolsey 



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SENIOR YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 

Astronomy Loomis 

Plato's Gorgias Woolsey 

Mental Philosophy Haven 

Chemistry Youmans 

WINTER TERM. 

Cicero de Offlciis Crowell 

Elements of Criticism Boyd's Kames 

Moral Philosophy Gregory 

English Literature Shaw 

SPRING TERM. 

Geology , , Dana 

History of Philosophy Haven 

Analogy of Religion Butler 

BOOKS OF REFERENCE. 

The following manuals are recommended: Anthon's Classical Dictionary, 
Leverett's Latin Lexicon, Liddell and Scott's Greek Lexicon, Webster's and 
"Worcester's Unabridged Dictionary, Long's Classical Atlas, Hadley's Greek 
Grammar, Roby's or Zumpt's Latin Grammar, Adler's German and English 
Dictionary, Veitch's Greek Verbs, and Ellis' Quantitative Pronunciation of 
Latin. 



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X 



FRESHMAN YEAR. 



FALL TERM. 



Written Arithmetic Robinson 

Physical Geography Warren 

Latin Grammar Allen and Greenough 

Latin Lessons . .• Jones 

General History Anderson 

WINTER TERM. 

Written Arithmetic Robinson 

Natural History Tenney 

Composition and Rhetoric Hart 

Latin Grammar Allen and Greenough 

Latin Lessons Jones 

SPRING TERM. 

Algebra Robinson* 

Composition and Rhetoric Hart 

Cgesar's Gallic War Stuart 

Latin Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Arnold 

SOPHOMORE YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 

Algebra Robinson 

Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene Cutter 

Cicero's Orations Stuart 

Latin Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Arnold 

WINTER TERM. 

Algebra ' Robinson 

Virgil's iEneid Chase 

Latin Prose Composition, (weekly, ) Arnold 

Zoology. .« Agassiz and Gould 



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SPRING TERM. 

Geometry Robinson 

Virgil's iEneid Chase 

Botany Gray 

JUNIOR YEAR. 

FALL, TERM. 

Geometry and Trigonometry Robinson 

Livy Chase 

Roman Antiquities and Archaeology, (weekly,) Eschenburg 

Political Economy Thompson 

WINTER TERM. 

Mechanics Snell's Olmsted 

Horace, (Odes, ) = Chase 

History of Roman Literature, (weekly,) Eschenburg 

Rhetoric Hill 

SPRING TERM. 

Natural Philosophy Snell's Olmsted 

Evidences of Christianity Hopkins 

History of Civilization Guizot 

SENIOR YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 

Astronomy Loomis 

Mental Philosophy Haven 

Science of Government Alden 

Logic McCosh 

Chemistry Youmans 

WINTER TERM. 

Moral Philosophy Gregory 

Elements of Criticism Boyd's Kames 

English Literature Shaw 

SPRING TERM. 

Geology Dana 

History of Philosophy ; . . . . Haven 

Analogy of Religion Butler 



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FIRST YEAR. 

FALL TEKM. 



(French.) Oral Method, (Part I, ) Fasquelle 

(German.) German Grammar Campbell 



WINTER TERM. 



(French.) Oral Method, (Part II, ) Fasquelle 

(German.) German Reader Roelker 



SPRING TERM. 



(French.) Oral Method, (Part III,) , Fasquelle 

(German.) Maid of Orleans, (Schiller,) Adler 



SECOND YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 



(French.) Les Adventures de Telemaque, (Fenelon,) Fasquelle 

(German.) Iphigenie, ( Goethe,) Adler 



winter term. 



(French.) Vie de Napoleon, (Dumas, ) Fasquelle 

(German.) Thirty Years' War, (Schiller,) German Edition 



spring term. 



(French.) Litterature Francaise Chapsal 

(German.) Minna von Barnhelm, (Lessing,) Whitney 

Classes in this Department are organized as occasion demands. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



THE FINE ARTS. 



In this department we aim to make the student acquainted with nature — 
to train the mind and soul, as well as the hand and eye. Instruction is given 
in perspective and the principles of drawing; also, in oil, pastel, crayon, and 
water colors; in faces, figures, fruit, and landscape, both from models and 
from nature. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 



The graduating course in Music extends over a longer or shorter period of 
time, as some pupils will accomplish in two years what would take others 
three or four years to complete. 

A graduate in Piano will be able to play, with a good degree of perfection, 
the Technical Studies of Louis Plaidy; Studies of Heller op. 45 and 46; Cra- 
mer's Studies, 1st and 2d books, — approximating metronome time. Pieces 
by standard modern and classic composers, including selections from Mozart 
and Hayden's sonatas; " Songs without words, " by Mendelssohn; Chopin's 
waltzes, — and simpler sonatas of Beethoven. 

A graduate in Voice shall have spent at least two years in the careful study 
of the use of the voice; the union of the registers; study of the physiology of 
the vowels and consonants; exercises for obtaining agility and flexibility; 
study of the trill, and of the movements and embellishments suitable to the 
different styles of singing, — together with the practice of the best songs. 

A knowledge of the Elements of Harmony will be required, or one year's 
study, in order to take the diploma in either Piano or Voice. Richter's 
Manual of Harmony is used in connection with a method of N. E. Conserva- 
tory of Music, Boston. 

Pupils will take practice in Ensemble playing. 

Sight singing and Part singing glasses weekly. 

Pupils' recitals monthly. 

A Post graduate course for those who may wish to continue the study of 
classical music. 



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jcmams 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE is located at Annville, a pleasant 
rural village, situated in one of the most delightful portions of the beautiful 
Lebanon Valley. This village is noted for its healthfulness and freedom 
from those temptations to vice so common to cities and large towns. It is 
accessible from all points, being located on the direct route of railroad travel 
from Harrisburg, via Reading, to Philadelphia or New York. Trains stop- 
ping at Annville leave Harrisburg and Reading six times a day, Sunday 
excepted. 

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 

There are two large brick buildings, provided with modern improvements, 
and capable of accommodating a large number of students. The rooms are 
arranged for two students each, are well ventilated, contain clothes presses, 
and are heated with hot air. There is also a fine campus of about six acres. 
The Ladies' Hall is entirely separate from the other premises. 

The Ladies' Department is under the immediate care of one of the lady 
teachers, and young ladies from abroad are furnished comfortable and pleas- 
ant homes, where they have every advantage for study and general improve*- 
nient. Non-resident students board in the Institution, where they are under 
the continual care of the President and Professors. 

FURNISHING AND OUTFIT. 

Students are required to furnish their own bedding, except the mattress, 
bolster, and pillows. They should have their blankets, sheets, pillow-cases, 
and clothing indelibly marked with their full names. 

Parents and guardians are advised that the student needs very little pocket 
money. In many cases it is safer that his funds be entrusted to an officer of 
the Institution, whose discretion may regulate his expenditures. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



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All candidates for admission to the Freshman Class must he fourteen years 
of age, and must pass a satisfactory examination on the Preparatory Course, 
and give evidence of good moral character. 

A fair knowledge of the common branches is requisite for admission to the 
Preparatory Class. 

Candidates for advanced standing must pass a satisfactory examination 
upon the studies pursued by the class which they propose entering, or their 
equivalents. 

^WNo vicious, idle, or disobedient student will be retained in the Institu- 
tion, nor will such be knowingly received. 

MATRICULATION. 

No one is recognized as a student or permitted to enter any class of the 
College until he is matriculated, and his matriculation is deemed a pledge, 
on his part, to obey all the rules and regulations of the College. Recognizing 
the danger and evil attendant upon the practice of carrying fire-arms, no one 
will be matriculated who brings with him a pistol or revolver, and the pos- 
session of either, while connected with the College, will be deemed sufficient 
cause for the removal of the offender. The attention of parents and guardi- 
ans is especially called to this condition of membership in the College. 

DISCIPLINE. 

The object of the Institution is to afford a home, where parents or guardians 
may place their sons, daughters, and wards with safety and profit, and where 
young men and young women may be fitted for usefulness under influences 
calculated to refine their tastes, ennoble their aspirations, discipline their in- 
tellectual powers, and develop a high Christian character. The government 
of the College is strict, but parental. Every unexcused absence, failure, 
or misdemeanor of a student is reported to the Faculty, and a record made 
of the same. 

The first three demerit marks will subject the student to private reproof; the 
first six to reproof before the Faculty; the first nine to reproof in public, with 
notice to parent or guardian; and the first twelve to dismission from the 
College. 



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The Faculty may, on evidence of reformation, restore a dismissed stu- 
dent. 

STUDIES AND RECITATIONS. 

Students are required to pursue the studies of the classes to which they are 
assigned, unless exempted for special reasons. No student is permitted to 
take a study to which he has not been assigned, nor to discontinue ' a study 
without permission obtained from the Faculty. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

Public examinations are held at the close of the first and second terms 
before a committee of the Faculty, and at the close of the year before a com- 
mittee appointed by the Patronizing Conferences. The examinations are 
intended to be thorough, and have an influence in determining the standing 
of the student. 

In all cases when, from any cause, a student has failed to be present at the 
regular examination, he shall undergo an examination before being permitted 
again to recite in the classes of the College. 

PROMOTION. 

At the beginning of each term the old classes are reorganized and new 
ones are formed. At or near the close of each academic year, the names of 
all the members of each class separately come before the Faculty for pro- 
motion, and those of the senior class for graduation, and no student is pro- 
moted to a higher class, or to graduation, except upon the unanimous vote of 
the Faculty. 

RHETORICAL EXERCISE. 

An exercise in composition is required of each student once in two weeks; 
also, a public oratorical exercise of the regular College classes monthly. 

LEAVE OP ABSENCE. 

No student is allowed to be absent during the term without special per- 
mission. The absence of a student, for even a day, during his term time, 
exerts on his progress an evil influence, which is seldom fully appreciated 
by parents and guardians; hence, no apology but that of sickness or un- 
avoidable accident is sufficient to excuse a student from a regular attendance 
at recitation. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 

Religious service is held in the College Chapel in the morning of each clay, 
and all students are required to attend. 

Students from abroad, who are residents of the College, are also required 
to attend public worship on the Sabbath in the United Brethren Church, 
unless otherwise directed by the Faculty, except those who, on account of 
church membership, or wish of parent or guardian, may prefer to attend 
church elsewhere. 

A student's prayer-meeting, which all are invited to attend, is held on 
each Tuesday evening. 

DEPARTMENTS OP STUDY. 

The curriculum of the College embraces two courses, namely: The Clas- 
sical and the Scientific. Each of these is separate from the other and 
complete in itself. 

At the opening of the spring term, a normal class is organized, continuing 
twelve weeks or until the close of the Collegiate year, and having in view 
the preparation of teachers for public school work. The teacher's classes 
are in the main distinct from the ordinary College work. 

The College is in full sympathy with the public school system, and hopes 
by these means to assist in elevating the educational standard, and thus 
secure the most thorough and efficient instruction for the children of the 
Commonwealth. 

For further particulars the President of the College may be addressed. 

libraries and cabinet. 



The College Library, to which all the students have access without charge, 
contains upwards of thirteen hundred volumes. The Libraries of the Lit- 
erary Societies also comprise a respectable number of well selected and 
standard volumes. These libraries are constantly increasing by donations 
of friends of the College. 

The Cabinet contains a collection of specimens in Mineralogy, Geology, 
and Natural History. 

A Reading Room has recently been opened to the College, under the con- 
trol of the Philokosmian Literary Society, to which all students have access 
at stated hours each day by the payment of a small fee. 



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Bachelor of Arts. — This degree is conferred in course upon any student of 
the College who completes the studies of the Classical Course, and passes a 
satisfactory examination upon the same. 

Bachelor of Science. — This degree is conferred in course upon any student 
who completes the studies of the Scientific Course, and passes a satisfactory 
examination upon the same. 

Mistress of Arts. — This degree is conferred in course upon any lady student 
who completes the studies of the Scientific Course, and passes a satisfactory 
examination upon the same. 

Master of Arts. — This degree is, on application, conferred upon any Bach- 
elor of Arts who has, for at least three years after his graduation, devoted 
himself to literary or professional pursuits, and has, during the same time, 
sustained a good moral character. Fee, five dollars. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

There are connected with the College three Literary Societies — the Philo- 
kosmian, the Kalozetean, and the Clionian. The last is the ladies' society. 
Each has its proper hall, and two of them have their own libraries. A Theo- 
logical Society was also organized during the past year, composed of young 
men who have the ministry in view. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



EXPENSES. 



BOARDING, "WASHING, LIGHT, FUEL, AND TUITION. 

For Fall Term $78 00 

For Winter Term 52 00 

For Spring Term 56 00 

Day students will be charged — 

For Fall Term from $17 to $19 00 

For Winter Term from 11 to 13 00 

For Spring Term from 12 to 14 00 

When two or more members of the same family attend the College at the 
same time, a reasonable deduction is made on the above. 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. 
Lessons on the Piano or Organ, with use of 

instrument for practice $17 00 $11 00 $12 00 

Two lessons a week on the Guitar 15 00 10 00 10 00 

Vocal music, two lessons a week 3 00 2 00 2 00 

Voice Culture 6 00 4 00 4 00 



Oil Painting, a lesson each 


day 




14 00 


9 00 


11 00 


Pastel, a lesson each day. 






9 00 


6 00 


6 00 


Ornamental Penmanship, 2 


lessons 


a week, 


6 00 


4 00 


5 00 


Pencil Drawing, a lesson each clay 




4 00 


2 50 


2 50 




TERMS 


OP PAYMENT. 






One half invariably in advance; 


the balance at the middle of the term. 



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TERMS AND VACATIONS. 



The Collegiate Year is divided into three terms. The Fall Term will begin 
on Monday, August 23d, 1880, and will end on Friday, December 17th, 1880. 
The "Winter Term will begin on Monday, January 3d, 1881, and will close on 
Friday, March 18th, 1881. The Spring Term will begin on Monday, March 
21st, 1881, and will close on Friday, June 10th, 1881. 

Students should enter, if possible, on the first day of the Term. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



RECAPITULATION. 



Monday, August 23d, 1880— Fall Term begins. 
Friday, December 17th, 1880 — Fall Term closes. 

VACATION OF TWO "WEEKS. 

Monday, January 3d, 1881 — Winter Term begins. 
Friday, March 18th, 1881— Winter Term closes. 
Monday, March 21st, 1881 — Spring Term begins. 
Friday, June 10th, 1881— Spring Term closes. 

VACATION OF TEN WEEKS. 



Monday, June 7th, 1880, at 3 o'clock, p. m.— Annual Meeting of the 
Board of Trustees. 



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COMMENCEMENT WEEK. 



1880. 

Sunday, June 6th, 10 o'clock, a. m. 

Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. D. D. DeLong, President of the College, 

Sunday, June 6th, 7| o'clock, p. m. 

Annual Sermon by the Pastor, Rev. J. K, Fisher, A. M. 



Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, June 3d, 4th, 7th, 

8th, and 9th. 

Examination of Classes, 



Monday, June 7th, at 7| o'clock, p. m. 

Address before the Pauline Theological Society of the College, by Rev. M. P. 
Doyle, of Mou ,t Joy, Penna. 



Tuesday, June 8th, at 7J o'clock, p. m. 
Public Meeting of the Alumni Association. 



Wednesday, June 9th, at 1^ o'clock, p. m. 

Class Day Exercises. 

Wednesday, June 9th, at 7£ o'clock, p. m. 

Annuai Address before the Literary Societies, by Rev. J. 0. Peck, D. D., of 

Brooklyn, If Y. 



Thursday, June 10th, at 8| o'clock, a. m. 
Commencement Exercises. 



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FORM OF BEQUEST. 



I bequeath to my executors the sum of dollars, in 

trust, to pay over the same in after my decease, to the 

person who, when the same is payable, shall act as Treasurer of the Lebanon 
Valley College, founded in Annville, Pennsylvania, in the year eighteen 
hundred and sixty-seven; to be applied to the uses and purposes of said 
College, and under the direction of the Trustees of said College.