She prided herself in being very accepting of the students'
lifestyles and refrained from judging as much as possible.
Though Doris Baures retired in 1980 her legend lives on
(Baures, 1986). Though Wentz was originally a hall for females the
words those students who wished a more study conducive
and the hall was changed to coeducational (Baures, 1986).
In 1980, Charlene Preszler succeeded Doris Baures as hall
one year and then Karen Seng
stayed through the 1982-1983
year. Both the hall.
In 1983, Charlie Strey who had been in White Hall the previous two years became the next hall director in Wentz.
The following year Kevin Helmkamp took over and is currently
in his third and final year (Kurinsky, 1986). Though Wentz has endured many changes throughout the
years, the spirit of the hall has only intensified.
In 1966, a larger hall was opened to house 360 women.
Angell Hall, named for one time University art professor Rena
Angell, was a welcome addition to the existing living
facilities (Quarberg, 1986).
The first housemother in Angell Hall was Mrs.