Filed March 11, 1942; Transcribed from accompanying news article: A real artist is Jehu D. Paulson, associate professor of architectural engineering, who joined the State College faculty in 1925. He has engrossed all the college's diplomas in the past 12 years and is the father of various artistic productions including a colored window, without any stained glass, which he made for Pullen Memorial Baptist Church. He won the first and second Beaux Arts medals in printing in 1924, and is a registered architect in North Carolina. A native of Council Bluffs, Iowa, Prof. Paulson was born December 20, 1893, and was educated at Allegheny College, Yale University and the Yale School of Fine Arts, where he won the degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1924 in mural decorating and painting. In 1915-1918, he was a stenographer and statistical draftsman for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. In the latter year he became a draftsman for the Ordnance Department of the War Department. He served in France as a private, first class, in 1918-19, and returned to this country to serve two years as a statistician with the U.S. Rubber Company. Professor and Mrs. Paulson live in Raleigh. They are the parents of two children, a boy and a girl.