Three generations of engineers in the Ossey family: from left to right: Dick Ossey, son; A.A. Osipovich, class of 1927, grandfather; Holcomb, engineering dept; and B.A. (Bud) Ossey, father. Bernard A. "Bud" Ossey was an engineer officer during WWII until he retired as Lieutenant Colonel in 1967. Ossey was president of the OSU Dad's Club and Beaver Athletic Scholarship Fund. Ossey was inducted into the Engineering Hall of Fame in 2006.
Blue Key Honor Society initiation: left to right: Tom Niebergall, Jim Geston, Norb Wellman. Norbert Wellman graduated with a bachelor's and master's degree in physical education in 1954 and 1958. Wellman was the starting pitcher on the first Beaver baseball team to make it to the College World Series in 1952. Wellman was president of the OSU Foundation Board and participated in the fundraising committee for Goss Stadium. Wellman received the Lifetime Trustee Award in 2007 and is co-founder of Ferguson Wellman Capital Management.
Dean E. B. Lemon with Mayor McGregor in a parade on SW Madison Ave., Corvallis, Oregon. E.B. Lemon received a business degree from Oregon Agricultural College in 1911, becoming a part-time accounting instructor until 1943. Lemon also held the office of University Registrar from 1922-1943 and was Dean of Administration from 1943-1959.