Note of memorial--Dr. Dryer

Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Times, May 25, 1929

Ball Colleges Aids in Memorial to Late' Geographer.F.'» Times kinrinlPOKAGON STATE PARK. Ind..May 25—Dryer Memorial Hill and the Cairn of Remembrance were dedicated here today with members ! of the faculty and students of Ball Teachers College. Muncie. taking an active part. The dedicatory pro-| pram was in connection with the ] spring meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science which has been In : session here since Thursday.The hill and cairn are memorialsto the late Charles Redway Dryer. Indiana geographer.As a trumpeter sounded the assembly. each of those in a proces-I sion up the hill dropped a stone on | the cairn. Ai Those attending from the college included Prof. F. J. Breeze, science department head; Professors O. B.Christy, science department; Lora Baker, geography division; Miss Frances Stivers, laboratory assistant in geography, and twenty students.Among those on the program wereMiss Joanna Tingling, trumpeter; Miss Margaret Reynolds, vocalist; Miss Roma Hayworth, who led in prayer; Stanley Coulter, chairman; of the state conservation commission; Dr. Frank B. Taylor. Ft, Wayne; Dr. L. J. Rettger, Indiana State Teachers College. Terre Haute and Reginald P. Dryer. Cleveland. O.A flac was plac’d on the eairn bymembers of the Ft. Wayne Sons ofthlt; American Revolution.