Messenger - Vol. 1, No. 1, Page 37 Fall 1991 1990-91 Report of Private Support Classes give specific gifts For several years, the 50-, 25- and 10-year reunion classes have provided special gifts to the University in honor of their milestone reunions. The Class of 1941 continues to raise funds for Morris Library under the direction of Edward W. Cooch Jr., Esq. and a reunion committee including Jane King Bennett, Leon W. Adams, Jane Gaffney Drake, Duane Jester Eddy, George and Helen Pierson Houchin, Marjorie Jones Lovett, Rita O'Hara Shaffer, Elva Grogan Warren and Sarah Simpson Webb. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Class of 1966 decided to establish an endowed scholarship fund. Classmates will call their peers on behalf of the class project during a summer phonathon. Patricia Fisher Macky is heading this effort. The Class of 1981 is combining with the Class of 1982 to fund the videotape room in the new Bob Carpenter Sports/Convocation Center. Patricia May is Class of 1981 representative. Recent 50-year reunion classes have designated their gifts to scholarship endowment. The Class of 1939 requested that its scholarship fund become part of the College of Nursing Endowment Fund. John E. Healy II, Matthew Hirshout and James Hutchison were class leaders in the effort. The largest fund ever presented to the University by a reunion class, the $100,000 Class of 1940 Scholarship Endowment, will award scholarships from the fund's income each year to a member in each of the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes. Trustee Kay Flickinger, Robert V. A. Harra and a reunion committee including Harry David Zutz and Theresa Adams spearheaded the fund. The Classes of 1942, under the leadership of Jane Sinclair and Alice Rhinehart, and 1944, with Gail Smith and William B. Clements as leaders, have begun work on their respective class gifts.