From the May, 1948 Presbyterian Survey
Ten A.T.S Alumnae Employed by One Church Agency
Last year ten alumnae of the Assembly’s Training School were employed by the Executive Committee of Religious Education and Publication in Richmond, Va. Three of these workers have each served the Committee for more than twenty years. The total period of service of these ten workers adds up to 125 years!
(the ten were then named and profiled in the article)
Miss Orene McIlwain, Miss Henrietta Thompson, Miss Audrey Faber, Miss Mary Sue Pobst, Miss Elizabeth Glasscock, Miss Bessie Lewis, Miss Janet Welton, Miss Mary Virginia Robinson, Miss Annie Laurie Newton, Miss Alice Hover.
(the article ends with this paragraph)
Here, in the agency of our Church that plans the program of religious education and furnishes the tools for making it effective, these ten Training School alumnae are investing their lives, their training, and their talents, each making her own characteristic contribution to the cause of Christ.
A.T.S. Alumnae on Other Staffs
In addition to those mentioned in the accompanying article as being on the staff of the Committee of Religious Education and Publication, there are Assembly’s Training School alumnae serving on the staffs of other Church agencies. On the staff of the Committee on Woman’s Work are Miss Janie McCutcheon, Director of Spiritual Life and Evangelism; and Mrs. C.D. Huff, member of the staff. Another A.T.S. alumna, Mrs. J.W. McQueen, is a member of the Assembly’s Committee on Woman’s Work. Miss Janie McGaughey, Secretary of Woman’s Work, formerly taught at the Training School and is at present a member of the School’s Board of Trustees. Mrs. H. Kerr Taylor is on the staff of the Executive Committee of Foreign Missions and Miss Katharine A. See is serving on the Executive Committee of Christian Education and Ministerial Relief.