Fort Hays State University - Reveille Yearbook (Hays, KS)

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HI EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Mary Wooster Kenneth Erickson Viifcj i; r . Qu i New P ieA.i e it DR. L. D. WOOSTER Dr. L. D. Wooster was appointed President of Fort Hays Kansas State College on August 15. 1941. He succeeded the late President C. E. Rarick who died August 1. 1941. Fortified by a long and successful career as a teacher, and later as Dean of the College. Dr. Wooster comes to the Presidency with a unique knowledge of the function of this college in the educational pro¬ gram of Kansas. He assumes the duties of the Presidency at a troubled and trying time, but his steady and calm leadership are reassuring to the Fort Hays State family who are confident that he will carry forward the finest traditions of the College to which he in years past has so richly contributed. James R. Start. Activities And Months Of Your 1942 School Year @1 Zuetiti jjM 1941 and 1942 HU FRi SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU FR1 SAT SUN MON W$Sk HU FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN MON Tl " (glasses Start” lutf o ' Wan " SK 1g gj|gli|W8iil y 74e Rcuje " -f-V4w i y9 n 1 i« « Jp i .. ' •• Vx a • V 1 I kiM I •. 1 . ‘ 1 • ‘«J " ■aL •s . 1 t ' ' »; 1 A » JL ' _■{ $( v ' ' ■ f K LjF« T« m v v mfm 1 ' - 1 Sgra i N - - L - 5 - ' ' • ' 1 m 1 Idfr { ■;,... ‘ ' -’ rl«. ; ' After a grand summer vacation of swimming, work on the farm, perhaps more study, cross-country trips, work at a summer resort, or what-have-you. we come back to school ready to settle down to rush parties, picnics, football games, etc. The old grind begins again but new’ there are new faces, new ' students, and new faculty members with whom we wdll soon become acquainted. It’s been a swell summer but we’re glad to be back when things begin to happen ! ! t ii mis mu tii ii 1 t r i:i A Settle bram. Beloit Dale Berneking. Simpson Betty Ann Burgess. Alton Stanley Compton. Larned 1 vvila Anderson. Quinter Kenneth Bever. Monument Bernita Burk McDonald Charles Converse. Pawnee R John ngcl Paradise Dorothy Bice. Jetmorc Fern Byerly. Tribune Muriel Cookson. Havensville Richard ngcl Paradise Phyllis Blackburn. Goodland Esther Byram. Clements James Crawford. Nickerson Favne Amstutz. Ransom Kenneth Bloxsom. Ashland Allan Catferty. Hill City Mary Cress. Natoma hern Amstutz Ransom Dolores Bolan Plains Harold Calcr Geneseo John Criswell. Selden Agnes Arasmith. Densmore Kav Bondurant Ness City Jack Cornelison. Barnard A. G. Cummings. Logan 1 slo Austin 1 dson Eldora Bortz. Hays June Carroll. Jennings Rowcna Custer. Quinter Margaret Bahret Page City Douglas Bougbner Pratt Edward Carter. Sharon Springs Josephine Dauber. Bunker Hi Gail Balman Ro el Grace Breeden. Quinter Pauline Case. Brewster Lawrence Balthazor. Damar Harold Brejcha. Gaylord Hazel Casper. Natoma C 1 Bam be r Hays Donald Brotemarklc, Brewster Hubert Chalfant Hill City June Barnette. Rex ford Bob Brubaker. Bird City Arthur Chalk. Wakeeney Wilda Bartlett Paradise Virginia Brull. Hays Wayne Chance. McDonald Richard Batchelor. Hays Doris Brumitt. Havs Louise Chappell. Monument Ada Baughman Edmond Willard Brumitt Hays Florris Chenoweth, Grinnell Elbert Bean Waldo Dorothy Budde. Belpre Virginia Chester Glade Don Bcamgard Atwood Nadine Burbach. Collyer Shirley Clark. Plainvilie Jinabcllc Davis. St. John Al Ehly. Logan Lawrence Frickey. Oberlin Keith Hoagland. Brownell fiitherine Davis. Rozel Faunt Leroy Ekey. Hays Robert Froutschner. Lamed Lorna Hoagland. Osborne j onard David. Prairie View Joyce Ellis. Manter Glenn Galliart. Lamed Georgia Hopper. Gem ilma DeBoer. Prairie View Lyban Endsley. Alton Orvin Gilstrap.. Great Bend Donald Holmes Langdon Fnncth Decker. Bison Florene Esther. Hays Maurice Gleason. Kinsley Jim Hopper. Gem I lcna Dcines. Hill City Charlotte Evcrsole. Goodland LoRee Grumbein. McCracken Lucine Howerton. 8 ma Delimont. Almena Jack Ewing. Hays Dorothy Hall Schumacher. Hays Sharon Springs [•Imar Dey. Osborne Olga Fabrizius. Wakeeny Mary Luc Hall. Great Bend Willa Huddleston. Horace jvi DeWces. Medicine Lodge Geraldine J. Farr. Waldo Richard Hamel. Zurich Ruth Hucfile. Hays Bette Huenergardt. Bison Russell Dickenson. Rolla Glenn Fink. Prairie View Martin Hansen. Phillipsburg Donald Dixon. Almena Leonard Folkerts. Albert Glen Hartman. Natoma Mary Doak. Osborne Maxine Fosnight. Ncodcsha Dale Haworth. Alton Albert Donecker. McCracken Dewey Foss. Lamed Jack Henderson. Colby Bob Dougherty. Plainville Bertha Mary Foster Tribune George Hensley. Zurich Leoma Dunavan. Heizcr Doris Franzen. Canton Lester Hibbs. Osborne Marjorie Dykes. Cold water Helen Freidenberger. Bison Harold Hickman. Luray Anna Mae Earl. Hays Eugene French. Russell Jean Hink house. Bird City Thomas Edwards. Russell Ruby Freshour. Bucklin Clyde Hinman. Brownell Page Seven teen Aileen King. Phillipsburg Ada Lillicgrist I rancis King. Hays Darlene Linds! Dorothy lee Kirk Woodruff Ronald Livers, Kathalec Kirk Woodruff Claudia l.ockvv Carl Klaus, Easton Richard I ohm Darlene Klenk. Wakeeney Rubie Loreg. John Knowles. Satanta Imogene Locy. Carl Kohler. Morland Lorena Luder. 1 ranees Kreut er. Easton Virginia Lusk Cilv LaVergne Krug. Rush Center arnard Wilbur Kruse. Selden hs Bessie Kumberg. Sitka tt Betty Ellen Landrum. Hays Charles Lar alere. Hays :ue .John Launchbaugh. Hoxie ae Beryl L Leman. Kirwin cine Lodge Wanita Lewallen. Colby ecncy Coral Lichtenbcrgcr. Halenberg Ed McCall. Wakeeney Betty McCauley, Plainvillc Dora McClelland. Studley Delbert McCurdy. Brownell 1 eland McDowell Kirwin Audrey Mcl arland. Norton Clarice McGuire, Morland Helen McKinney. Hutchinso Mary K. Lvnd. Ellis Nathaleen Lynch. Ness City Dorothy Maher, McPherson Betty Marhofer. Ness City Lawrence Marsh, Russell Leland Mason. Great Bend Maine Mauck. Langdon A ud re y N ossa man. H a v s Marjorie Mao. Natoma Donald Patton. Gaylord Arleen Ray, Roger Patton. Gaylord Kenneth Reir Laura Ann Patton. Bucklin Naida Rexro; Louis Pechacek. Ellsworth Monte Rhoac Edward Pechanic. Timken Max Rickard Marjorie Petrasek. Jennings Don Roberts. Warren Pfankuch. Logan Catherine Ro Albina Pfeifer. Ellis Del Robinsor Fred Pinkston. Cedar Point Richard Roer on Rosa Pitts. Beaver 11 City Dorothy Poison. Rozel s Jennie Potter. Arnold Wakeenev Joyce Potter. Scott City lorado Arleen Priefert. Gove lillipsburg Betty Radcliffc; Bogue . Norton Doris Rahjes. Kensington lays Roma Ramey. Colby Prairie View Betty Lou Raven Holy rood atricia McMahon. Ness City Donna !oma Mellick. La Crosse Lucile i unior Merrell. Newton Louise ' etty Metcalf. Danbury Ardis V lla Rita New. Russell lone M ynona Neuhaus. Hays Irma Je, atherine Meyer. Lillis Emma P 1 bert Meyer. Edmond Dale M nita Miller. Ransom Robert Harold Miller. Garfield Lolita Miller, Quinter Margaret Miller. Weskan Mary Miller. Jet more Wanda Jean Miller. Hays Jack Miles. Marysville Leota Miley. Hoxie Thelma Nix. Hugoton John Eddie Mock. Geneseo 1 3 1 1 ♦5 1 1 1 M i j,r I ' 1 X _I w M w I L, f 1 ■ I [ 1 Snfij W r ‘‘T BT I 1 L TSr | 1 » I 1 1 I 1 . w ' Buzz Rogers Havs Russell Scott Plains Betty Sonday. Brewster Nelson Thomas. Galva Ned Rolf:. Geneseo l a Vora Sebelius, Almena Horace S Spear. Morrell Pauline Thomas. Colby R s i R rabaugh. Kensington Lawrence Sebelius Almena Paul Sprague. Lincoln Bonnie Tillman. Osborne Richard G. K« ss Eontana Max Seirer Collver Marie Staggers, Plainvillc Robert Tombaugh. Burdctt Walter Rostocil urtch Herbert Settles Heaiy Marjorie Stein. Hays Robert Towns. Palco Norma Rowton. Cimraaron Horace Shaw, Grainfield Corinne Stephenson. Norton Edna Trarbach. Zurich 1 velyon Rubendall Norcatur Melvin Shaw. Gove Beverly Strain. Brewster Marcelvn Triplett. Hays Mildred Rxtbpttom Woodston Lorn Shook Victoria Gene Stramel Havs Ruth Trudgcon. Wakeeney Robert Rundle 1 ogan Paul Sites. Sahna Lois Strickler. Pawnee Rock Evelyn Ummel Arnold Christine Rupp. Hays Marlene Skeen. Pawnee Rock Russell Strobel. Seward Richard Samuelson, Monument Kenneth Sleigh 1 ribune Milo Stock Jr.. Burdett Bettv lo Sangster. Protection Owen Sleigh. Tribune Leonard Suhler. Ellin wood l leanor Sauer Ellis Royce Sloan. Mullinville Clyvene Suiter. Otis PhiJomcne Sauer. Ea Crosse Avis Smith Morland 1 ila Svoboda. Earned Robert Schneck Earned Lorraine Smith. Gem Ruby Sawyer. Tribune 1 ' Us Schoem Kensington Norma lean Smith. Topeka Kathleen Lam men. Iimken Mar tone Schultz Seward William h Smith. Elkhart Everett Ten brink. Dodge City ( hot Scott. Hays Donald Smithson. Larned Marjorie Thomas. Garfield I ' aji Ticentu Joe Van Cleve, Langdon Bill Weems. Gcneseo Marie Wilson. Chase Opal Zimbelman. St. Lrancts Eula Mac Van Cleve. Langdon Wilmcr Weigel. Col Iyer Willie Ruth Wineinger Alton Kenneth Zimmerman. Jennings Phyllis Vickers. Hoxie J. B. Weisensee. Lamed Louis Wittbuhn. Bazine Elgerine Sitz. Gorham Eugene Walker. Alma. Neb. Richard Welty. Hays Eugene Woolverton Ruleton Juanita Young. Minneola Barbara Wallace, Densmore Winifred Weston. Glade Wilbur Wolt. Brewster La Vada Noting. Long Island Macbeth Walter. Downs Bill Whitaker. Gerald Wolfe, Bazine La Donna Walverton. McConnelsville. Ohio Walter Wolle Bazine Minneapolis Violet White. Paradise I ucille Wolford. Clailin Elton Watts. Ottawa Ava Mary Wilds. Collyer Horace Wright. Greensburg Helen Weaver. Bazine Wayne Willour. Ransom Vada Wright. Jet more Tom Webster, Hays Bill Wilson, Russell Page Ticenty-onv CLIFTON FULL BACK HELM TACKLE FOOT IIA L L The lettermen not pictured arc; Don¬ ald Dixon, halfback; Vernon Hartman, center; Harold Miller, end; Keith O ' Connor, fullback; Les Pelzel, half¬ back; Bill Read, end; Leroy Stinemetz. guard; Wendell Stull, guard: Warren 1 riminer, halfback; and Bill Whitaker, end. Season s Schedule Opponent Kansas State Sterling College C. of E. Pittsburg Emporia State Washburn St. Benedicts Weatherford Col lege South wester n Hays Opp Pc ye Ticvniy - tivu WALDORF . pOACH z SKSB E 1 r ' 1 JOHNSON WILSON GUARD QUARTER RACaC The Tigers best showing ot the season was in the tie game with Kansas State of the Big Six. Winfred Kobler was team captain, and John Bergman and Otis Skubal are honorary cc-caotains for the coming season. Skubal was chosen as an all-conference tackle. Kennedy, l ane. Hooper. Miller. Kobler. DeWees. and Clifton were given honorable men¬ tion. LANE HALF BACK RICKARD GUARD DEWEES TACKLE BERGMAN BACK s SKUBAL GUARD ' AH im HOOPER GUARD STEHWEIN TACKLE HUNGATE STRAMEL QUARTER BACK END SINEDY LF BACK ■ ■ ' V ■ ' ' ■ Like wanderers from far and wide, Fort Hays Alumni return each fall to retrace once more the steps of their college clays. Welcomed by the King and Queen, the graduates are entertained by the students and faculty for the dura lion of their stay. The 1941 festivities were opened with a stunt contest on Friday, October 17, followed by a Little Theater production of “Tom Cobb. ' ' Ibis year, Theta Sigma Upsilon sorority won first place. Homecoming and High School Band Day coincided. Eight high school bands led the homecoming parade Saturday afternoon, and two were chosen to perform between halves of the football game that night. All of the organized houses were eligible to enter the house decoration contest which was held Saturday morning. Phi Delta Chi fraternity placed lirst in this contest. The Pittsburg Gorillas defeated the I igers 26 to 0 in the annual homecoming game held at Lewis Field Saturday night. After the game, Clinton Keller. Page City junior, and Evelyn Hodson, Hill City junior, were crowned Homecoming King and Queen at a varsity in the Coliseu m. I ucntif Itcv STUDENT l E l IIEIt S STUDENT COUNCIL SEVENTH CAVALRY WOMEN ' S LEADERSHIP l iac Tu ' cnty-six x» n i; imTO ACTION If it were not for the Student Council there would be no painted faces nor meat lines, because the mem¬ bers of the council prescribe the insignia that all the freshmen must wear—or else! The sixteen members of the Student Council regulate social events, spon¬ sor elections and wrangle over the date cf Pike Day. Marion Chipman was president of the group the first semester, and John Woelk the second semester. 1 he Seventh Cavalry is not an organization of horsemen, but it lives up to the ideals of General Custer s Cavalry. It is an honorary leadership fra¬ ternity limited to fifteen members who have excelled in leadership, service, scholarship, and character. The group publishes the student directory, the Delator. Bob Culley is president of the group. The Women’s Leadership Organization is the sis ter organization of the Seventh Cavalry. This year the group sponsored the “Send a Cookie to a Rook ie“ campaign. Cookies were sent to former Fort Hays students now in the service of Uncle Sam. Marjorie Butler is president of the Women’s Leadei ship Organization. Page Ticunty ml vn ENGINEER ' S CLUB I he Engineer s Club, an organization of students interested in engineering, had a record membership of eighty members this year. Field trips were taken to the Municipal Airport and to local business establishments. Robert Calfce is president of the group. SIGMA PI SIGMA Sigma Pi Sigma. National Physics Honor Society, was organized on the campus in 1919. This year they sponsored a series of weekly astronomical lireside chats. lJoyd Keelling is president of the organization. Page Twenty-eight HELLO AGAIN! Mene gas. the p iafyl THE ADMINISTRATION C. R. McCartney Elizabeth J. Agnew Dean and Professor of Economics. Dean of Women. Irvine F. Wilson Standlee V. Dalton Bursar and Assistant Professor of Registrar and Assistant Professor of Business Administration. Maude I. Gorham Advisor to Women and Assistant Professor of Psychology. Botany. William D. Moreland Advisor to Men and Professor of Political Science and Sociology. STATE BOARD OF REGENTS Seated (from left to right) : Mrs. Elizabeth Reigart, Baxter Springs: Grover Poole. Manhattan: Willis N. Kelley, Hutchinson: F. M. Harris. Chairman. Ottawa: Lester McCoy. Gar den City: Hubert Brighton. Secretary; Mrs. Donald Muir. Anthony. Standing : Miss Katherine Moot. Secretary to Mr. Brighton: W. T Markham. Topeka: Drew McLaughlin. Paola; and Oscar S. Stauffer. I opeka. Page licenty nine AS THEY REALLY ARE I RED V. ALBERTSON. Professor of Botany and Head of De partment; Chairman of Graduate Division. LU ABl TH Barbour, Assistant Professor of Physical Lduca- tion. ARTHUR V Barton. Professor of Biology and Head of De¬ p artment. V|L UAM 1 Bl ARM V. Associate Professor of Physical Edu¬ cation Track Coach. ] 1 RN BROCK. Instructor in English: Assistant to Dean of Women. c: H BROOKS. Assistant Professor of Language: Extension. R L BROOKs. Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts: Supt. of Buildings. RhbiRT 1 BU.BH Assistant Professor of Zoology. Hi OH BURNETT. Assistant Professor of Political Science: Di¬ rector of Extension Service. C iK act CARL Instructor in Health. College Nurse. I W. CflAITI 1 I Associate Professor of Chemistry. V1 R ' N I CLOVER. Assistant Professor of Economics. R.M I ' ll ’ Coi l R Instructor in 1 nglish. DAVIL M CoLI Instructor in Business Administration. 1 I Col A I R. Professor of Mathematics. Roi 1 A V. Cook Instructor in Physics. ROB HU W COOK! . Instructor in Art. Mrs PEARL G Cruise Assistant Professor of Education. 1 LIVIN’ DAVls. Professor ot Industrial Arts and Head of De part merit. li ViNi Li i Davis. Assistant Professor of Education and Super visor ot Teacher Training. H i m 1 S DAVis Assistant Professor of Music (Voice) 1 III 1 MA 1 Dl I R1 si Assistant Professor of Business Ad ministration DREW A. DoBOSH Assistant Professor of Art L 1 1 ILL. I EEL 1 1. N. Assistant Piofessor of Music (Piano) Mrs. 1 MMA GOl.Dl N. Assistant Professor of Language. PAl I B GROSS. Assistant Professor ol Physical Education Di rector ol Athletics Basketball Coach. Ptnjc Thirty ■ ' jfl Pf7 1 S jjg - j l B31i J k jgH k ■ lc JS A L. V M lM»A 1 v J ■ i §S! I ■WKA ij . Page Thicty-one OR Vis GROUT. Assistant Professor of Speech. MARCiARM H. HAGGARl. Professor of Home Economics and Head of Department. Howard E HALGKDAHL. Instructor in Music (Wind Instru¬ ments. MODI STO JACOBINI. Professor of Languages and Head of De¬ partment. DONALD M JOHNSON. Assistant Professor of Psychology. ARTHUR KATONA. Assistant Professor ol Sociology. GlGR(,i: A KILLY. Associate Professor of Psychology: Di¬ rector of Psychological Clinic. BRui-KA KNOWI I S. Residence Vocational Instructor in Com mercc. R is I | | a McCARROLl Assistant Professor of Education. ( I YHI I McCormick Professor of Mathematics and Head of Department. MYRTA I MCGINNIS, Professor of English and Head of De partment. ROBERT T McGrath. Professor of Education and Head ol Department. MAUDI Mc.MiNDI s. Associate Professor of Education and Di rector of Teacher Training. CAUL I. MALMBURg. Assistant Professor of Music (Stringed Instruments) ( I ill I MARSHALL. Instructor in History. MARY Mi l K Residence Vocational Instructor in Home Leo nomics. Will JAM Ht H MILLER. Professor of Music (Voice) and Head of Department. GINIYA Mil I 1 1 1 • Associate Professor of Physical Education and Health 1 ARI I MORRIS. Prolessor of Health and Physical Education and Head ol Department Director of Student Health Service. ROIMiU l PARKER, Professor ol Historv. Gl AIDS PA I h N Assistant Prolessor ol Home Economics. Marion Pi arc! Residence Vocational Instructor in Agricul¬ ture. 11 smi n ARCI Assistant Professor of Health Ri A RANKIN Professor of Chemistry anti Head ol Departmen t. ANDREW Rll-i.l l . Instructor in Botany IE MIR B Rl ED. Prolessor of Psychology and Head of De partment Page Thirty tioo vuiiihif ' Page Thirty-three GEORGE M ROBERTSON. Professor of Zoology and Head of Department. HERMAN E. ROHRS, Instructor in Agriculture. J. E. ROUSE. Professor of Agriculture and Head of Depart¬ ment. L J. SCHMUTZ. Assistant Professor of Agriculture: I arm Su¬ perintendent. IRA O. SCOTT. Assistant Professor of Education. PAUL SCOTT, Instructor in English and Journalism CLARICE. E. SHORT. Instructor in English. JAMES R START, Professor of Speech and Head of Depart¬ ment. j are G. SWAT LORD, Instructor in Mathematics. LEONARD W THOMPSON. Professor of Economics and Busi ness Administration and Head of Department. EDNA B. TRIPLETT. Assistant Professor of English. MABEL VANDIVER. Professor of Art and Head of Department. j AE 1 D. WAEDORI . Assistant Professor of Language. Coach ot Loot ball. WALTER A. WALEERSTLDT. Instructor in Printing ALAN M WELLS. Instructor in Music (Piano). DOROTHY WELLS. Assistant Librarian (Documents). 7 W Wells. Assistant Professor of English. R L WELTY, Professor of History and Head of Department C 1 Wll si. Professor of Philosophy and Head of Department H A ZINS ER. Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Head of Department. j-LOYD B STREETER. Professor of Library Science. Librarian. GWENDOLYN DIM MITT. DoROTin SIM NCEK. Assistant Librarian (Reference) Hi LI N I FlSlIl-R. Assistant Librarian (Cataloguing). ELEANOR MURRAY. Assistant Librarian (Circulation ) . MARGAKE’l Mc ' GIMSEY, Assistant Librarian (Orders). Not Pictured: MARY MAI PALI Assistant Prolessor ol 1 ducat ion and Su pervisor of Teacher Training in Rural Education. Pacic Thirty four 0 llfll E S T II1L MUSI r ★ ★ ★ The Fort Hays Symphony Orchestra, tinder the direction of Carl J. Malmbcrg. began their season with a program for the annual teachers association in November. Their next appearance came in March when they played original compositions and arrange¬ ments of Hays students for the State Music Teachers Association. I hen the climax of the season came with their annual public con¬ cert in May Membership in the orchestra was approximately fifty. Page Thirty-six • Music events on the campus this year included a recital by Gertrude Ber ggren and Donald Dame: several recitals by members of the music faculty: the annual presentation of the Messiah: student recitals the band, orchestra, and a cappella choir concerts: a program by the Roth String Quartet: and num¬ erous programs during the convention of the State Music Teachers Associa tion. Pativ Thirty-seven CUSTER HALL " Through these portals pass the most beautiful women in the world. This is the thought of the romantic minded swains who may be seen each night passing down the steps of Custer Hall at closing time. Officially. Custer Hall is the Fort Hays women ' s dormitory providing housekeeping facilities lor eighty-eight college women. Unofficially, it is the niecca for date-seeking college men. It is picturesquely located beyond the trees and banks of Big Creek, just south of the campus. Mrs. Ethel McKenna, better known as Mother Mac, is the efficient housemother of the institution. She has held that position for fifteen years. Among the activities of the girls this year was a Christmas party, an informal party or " Custerette Jamboree " each semester, and in the spring semester a bullet supper and a formal dance. Sibyl McKinley served as president at Cus¬ ter the first semester and Verda Moore held that position second semester. Page Thirty eight Wesley Hall—a dormitory for girls who are living and enjoying life to its fullest extent. Here arc ties of friendships that are never forgotten or dropped by the wayside. Here is the place the girls bring troubles and difficulties along with their joys. Here is their home. Wesley hall is truly a home for the girls who live there. It not only pro¬ vides a place to live in. but it fills in the gap of loneliness by providing social activities throughout the year. The girls, as a group, increase the culture and social grace of each individual by sponsoring parties and other social functions. WESLEY HALL About fifty girls arc housed at Wesley under the fond guidance and protection of their housemother. Mrs. Martha L. Walters. The presidents of Wesley Hall for the first and second semesters were respectively. Nadine Mallory and Shirley Glens. Page Thiciy-nmc Lewis Field, composed cf furnished living quarters in the stadium and five outlying buildings, was the schcol-time home of over two hundred Fort Hays men during the fall term. In the spring the number dropped to about one hundred fifty. This organization, under the faculty supervision of Dr. W. D. Moreland, was begun eight years ago to provide opportunity for men to attend school at a minimum of expense. The movement has grown and accomodations have been greatly improved since that time. The boys have access to lounging and recreation rooms and a student supervised study. The building care is in charge of boys on the student work program, as is the organized mail delivery. Arlyn Drake has been the efficient field super visor this year. Although the field residents are noted for maintaining a high average grade point they are also out after their share of college fun. Their activities include a lively party held in the stadium each semester and a formal dinner-dance. An¬ other popular event is the openhouse dance of alternate weeks to which all campus girls are invited. Mrs. W. A. “Mother” Lewis ably fills the capacity of housemother for the boys. One of her many duties is the charge of the infirmary room. Also her presence at social functions provides the group with a gracious hostess. l uic I urty-ortc Better than any words we can write, these pages will tell the story of the activities of the Reveille stall during the 1941-1942 school year. You. the readers, will be the sole judges as to whether or not our ellorts have been worth while. Mary Wooster Kenneth Erickson Dolores Tholen Bill Hockltt Harry McLean Vic Leiker WlNIEREI) HlBBS Ronald Livers Valeria Base,all Cl are He i Haynes Betty Jane Doughert Martha Wooster Paul T. Scott Walter Wallers ' ! edt Editor Business Manager Associate Editor ssislant Bustness Manager Chief Photographer A ssistant Ph tographer Artist Copy Writer Copy Writer Organizations Y Greek Editor Typist Faculty Advisor Faculty Advisor Pagi Party •two Comes Thursday, comes the leader! This weekly publication with its col¬ umns of news items, feature stories, news of Around the Campus. Varsity Con¬ voy, and Tiger Tales serves as a continual source of interest to all the students. Approximately 2800 Leaders are printed each week in the College Print Shop by Mr. Wallerstedt and his staff. The staff for this year is as follows: Ruth Nelson ._ Editor MAURY Norrell Associate Editor. Is Semester MARIE Howk Associate Editor. Ind Semester BOB CULLEY Business Manager JOHN Moden Assistant Business Manager Mike Biggs _ Men ' s Sports Ruth Cossell Women’s Sports Mary Ethel Earl. Dorothy Reinhardt Columnists. Is Semester. BLANCHE RENNER 2nd semester. Mr. Paul Scott Faculty Advisor Mr. Walter Wallerstedt Printing Instructor Reporters. MARJORIE KIEFER. MAURY NORRELL. Audrey Laff. Guy Matheney. Blanche Ren¬ ner. Victor Leiker. Betty Hubert. Lorna Hoagland. Maxine Swanson. Glenn E. Mun- yon. Jean Emmons. Hobf: Newhouse, George Omer. Harry McLean. Maurice Huenergardt. Myrna Carver. Betty Radcliffe. Lolita Mil¬ ler. Lucille Love. Muriel G. Cookson, Car¬ rel McKinley. LEADER Page lorty three REVEILLE BALL The only all school formal of the year, the Reveille Ball, was held on Octo¬ ber 31, in the Hays High School gymnasium. The decoration theme included caractured pages from a Reveille, with a large replica of the 1941 Reveille cover in one corner. During the intermission several of Miss Barbour s students danced. Virginia Maranville and Leo Schraeder sang, and there were two num¬ bers by the violin trio. Members of Freddy Welch’s orchestra from Salina. who furnished the music for the dance, also chose the Reveille royalty from a group of ten candidates who had been selected by the student body. Those chosen were Lorna Hoag- land, Osborne, queen: Leo Schraeder. 1 imken. king; Audrey Nossaman. Hays, princess: and John Keeler. Jewell, prince. Page I orty-four losrna JltKiXfhxnd, 2ueen lea llnAaedeA, fCmcf, Page Forly-ltue Owi banceM, On feu Qneetz 4 Page Forty-six BH -- Page Forty-eight To The Boys In Service With sublime recognition For those who’s names and faces We can net proffer here, With admitted reservation For those we would were near. We dedicate these lines— And may the cause Exonerate their duty. Walton Wm. Wolfe. Page l uriy nine BASKETBALL Ray Strawel Bill Ludes Wayne Biehler Bob Kennedy Eugene Strawel Clyde Vinson Ivan Carrell James Crawford Clinton Keller Herb Settles Warren Haxton Richard Sawuelson Guard Forward Guard Forward Center Guard Forward Forward Forward Center Guard Forward THE SQUAD Page Fifty I he 1942 1 iger Quintet coached by " Busch” Gross, cne of the games best, annexed a seasons record of nine wins and seven losses. The Tigers were un defeated in non-conference competition. Three of the conference losses came in overtime periods. Hays outscored their opponents 75 2 points to 66 2. In the final game of the season Clyde Vinson established a new school record by scoring twenty-two points. I his broke the former record of twenty-one points held by Elmer " Jack " Johnson and Clinton Keller. Opening the season with six lettermen including Co-Captains Ivan Carrell and Ray Stramel the squad lost one overtime game to Emporia State. Warren Settles, last years conference high scorer, quit school at the end of the first semester upsetting the balance of the Grossmen. Due to the fine playing of the inexperienced newcomers Crawford. Kennedy. Ludes. Samuelson. Herbert Set¬ tles and Eugene Stramel along with the veterans Fort Hays ended the season with one of the most dangerous teams in the conference. Warren Haxton and Clinton Keller were elected Co-Captains for the ensuing season. Page Fifty-on LITTLE THEATRE Ladies in Retirement Tom Cobb White Oaks On Stage The Man Who Came To Dinner Wingless Victory Othello Hay Fever Claudia Page Fifty nco O w co ID +9 . k o 0 . Qi kg O » u m A w In its fifth season the Little Theatre, under the direction ot Orvis Grout, produced an imposing list of plays. Wingless ictory. perlormed by the group on February 1 and 18, was the fiftieth production ol the Little I lxatrc Page Fifty-three GIRLS ' SPORTS Shown here arc pictures of the Duck Club. Orchesis. scenes from the dance pro gram. Sailors Ar¬ ound the W orld t presented by the Or¬ chesis in December. badminton, volley ball, archery and other women’s sports activities. Jl Page Fifty-four We re no slackers, shout the females of Fort Hays. This was clearly dis¬ played this year by the numerous activities in the Women s Sports Department. Their leader. Miss Millett, included softball, volley ball, and basketball tourna¬ ments in Women’s Intramurals. The other individual sports played were shuffleboard, ping-pong, and tennis. The Orchesis Club, under the direction of Miss Barbour, showed true abil¬ ity in the presentation of the dance program. " Sailors Around The World”, before the school assembly. In the spring the group gave numbers at the Anni¬ versary Program. Mary Scherer was president of this dance troupe for both semesters. The Duck Club members are still enjoying their swimming stunts and life saving practices. They also did much entertaining this year. First, they were hostess to a party for invited guests and then had an " Open Pool” for college women. Lastly, they entertained the Aqua Club at a " Splash Night” returning a courtesy earlier extended to them. Those in charge of Women’s Sports are; Miss Geneva Millett. Miss Eliza¬ beth Barbour, and Mrs. Maureen Bergland. Page 1 illy Iice FORENSICS The debate team, under the direction cf Mr. James R. Start, spread its fame this year in attending two out-of-state tournaments, including a national con¬ test in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They also represented the college in many contests throughout the state. The men ' s team tied for first place in the Kan¬ sas Intercollegiate Debating League, and the women ' s team received a high rat¬ ing in the McPherson tournament. Several of the students participated in the oratory, extempore speaking, and public discuss,on contests. The debators who have competed in five intercollegiate debates or qualified in oratory or extempore are eligible to become members of Pi Kappa Delta, a national forensic fraternity. Page fifty-six CLARENCE HAYNES _ President Bil l HOCKI TT President RUTH COSSELL __ Vice-President WARREN SETTLES tee President VERGENE GLEASON_ Secretary-Treasurer EUGENE SCHOOLER _ .Secretary Treasurer Page Fifty-seven Caroline Adams. Bclprc Mildred Albertson. Hays I vea Jane Applegate. Norton Bet tv Ann Baer Ness City John Barrett. Randall Warren Bartel. Otis Lawrence Bcehtold. Gaylord Vivian Bennett Mankato Kathryn Billings, Penokee Fern Breeden. Quintcr Arvella Briggs. Hays 1 loyd Brinkmcyer. Hill City Nellis Briscoe. Sylvan Grove Roberta Jean Brown. Natoma Glenn Burger. Ada Neal Burischcr. Hays Viola But hems. Otis Jean Calvert. Hays Dora Lee Dauma. Scott City Julia Davenport. McCracken Norbert Dietz. Ransom Edith Dobbs. Colby Walter Docrschlag. Ransom Andrew Dorman. Wakccney Bcttv Jane Dougherty. Pla.nvilk Arthur I.. Duell. Ruleton Ethel Cat heart. Oberlin Bvron Blair. Gcncsco Murl Blank. Grainfield Vinita Blood. Macksviile Bet ha Boulls. Jennings Marion Boss Morland Dean Bottorfl. Osborne Mary Bolts. Cold water Melvin Brandenburg. Wakceney Imogene Breckenridge. Norton Elmo Carmichael, Plainville Kenton Casad. Stockton Audrey Cass. Orion Peggy Farrell. Hays I rank Fishburn. Whitewater Harla n I ost er. Cieneseo I vdia Catherine I die. Bird City Marion Everhart. Brownell Evelyn Daniels. Luray Page Jiflg-eight Thelma Chipman Prairie View Inez Clifton. Hays Harry Christman. Ashland Elaine Cole. Derby Dale Combs. Lamed Merwin Combest, Ransom Zellamae Compton. Lamed Mary Cor ine, Garfield Esther Cross. Hays Betty Glenn. Jet more Gene Gooch. Conway Springs Estamary Graham. Plainvilie Edgar B. Grass. Jr.. Hays Carol Griffith. Densmore Betty Hadley. Alton Elaine Harrcnstcin. Hays Duane Harris. Bird City Herman Harris. Jr.. Kinsley Betty Lou Horner. Goodland Bessie Hostetler. Satanta Blanche Howatt. Codell Marie Howk. Bird City Jane Hull. Brewster Albert Hum bird. Agenda Allen Hunsicker. Morland Harriet Hunsley. Lamed Betty Hut ton. Marysville Ruth Cossell. Mull in vilie Mary Lou Cummins Thanschcidt. Ash Grove Ruth Curtis, Courtland Sater Curtis. Norton Arnold Gackstatter. F’hillipsburg Blane Gauss. Wcskan Louise Gibson. Isabel Norma Giess. Arnold Vergene Gleason. Seward Esther Hayes. Otis Clarence Haynes. Colby Joan Hazlett. Edmond Leland Heinze. La Crosse Loraine Hickey. Hoisington Mary Louise Hill. Pawnee Rock Harry Hoffman. St. John Van Hoover. Macksville Dena Fern Hopkins. Moline Page Fifty-n:n? I iMu. Hutton Brewster Richard Ingram Kinsley Venita I nicies. Quintcr Horace Jacobini Hays Robert Keenan. Seward Maxine Keller. Page City Dale Kelley. Monument Mariorie Kiefer Plainville Joy Kirk. Scott City Rav I ohocfcncr. Obcrlin I ucille Love. Hays William I ndcs. Salma Vena McCall. Brewster Betty McKelvey. Wakeeney Carrel McKinley. Mullinville Maxine McMullen. Almcna Ruth McWilliams. Quin ter I or. a Meek (esse I Ro el Gertrude Morrish Obcrlin Martha Norton. Hays Lilia Mosicr. Hoxie Hubert Nuss. La Crosse Keith O’Connor. Macksville Olive Sherman. Sterling George Omer. Oakley I red C Otis. Phillipsburg Beryl Palmer. At wood I eah Knapp. lamest own Lileen Koontz Hanston I velvn Kraus Ransom I sther Kyle Wichita Audrey Laid. Beloit Lugcne I.onnon. L: 11 is Victor C. Leiker. Hays Amy 1 otiise Lewis Rozel Margaret I ee Lewis. Brewster Prances Neier. Mullenville Kay Newton. Goodland Raymond Miller. Weskan John Nimmons. 1 incoln 1 red Nimz. Arnold Jack Edward Noldc. Kinsley Wilma Noll Ransom Lawrence Mock. Plainville Marjorie Morris, Hill City l iyc Sixty Maurice Patterson. Hoisington Francis Pavlu. Brownell Keith Ping. La Crosse Dorene Prior. Sylvia Dick Radnor. Modoc Bruce Rachbun. Zurich Gale Reilly. Norton Dorothy Reinhardt. Great Bend Fern Rcnbergcr. La Crosse Esther Revert. Medicine Lodge Walter Seals. Coolidge Marjorie Sloan. Sclden Edith Sondburg. Monument Marjorie Spreier. Rozel Pearl Stcrrett. Quintcr John J. Streck. Russell Betty Suchsland. Gaylord Eldor Thaete. Lebanon Alice Tholen. Victoria Dolores Tholen Hays LaWanda Warren. Sterling Eda Jean Webb. Alton Alma Weigel. Minneapolis Evan West Norcatur Anna Mac Wolfram. Herndon Peggy Matheney. Hays Helene Wurm. Oberlin Lucille Yeagy. Plaiiiville Marcile Young. Long Island Bill Zucrchcr, Macksville Lowell Richards. Bird City Laurel Rickard. Medicine Lodge Warren Rugan. Ellinwood Laurel Sargent. Ransom Estalene Srott. Horace Don Shaffer. Wilson Donald Sharpe. Chase Ga l Schraeder. Larncd Nadyne Scott. Hays Kenneth C. Thomas. Jr.. Menlo Verna Jane Thompson. Moscow AnnaBclle Tilley. Great Bend Eunice Tilley. Great Bend Warren Trimmer. Wakcency Jack Turner. Concordia Opal Van Diest. Prairie View Warren Vine. Zurich Clyde Vinson. Garfield Page Sixty-one Page Sixty-two JUNIORS Roger Arensdorf, Ensign Bob Armstrong, Scott City Irvin Atkinson Plains John Bcarlcy. Atwood Elsie Beesley. Gove Mary Beesley. Gove Mike Biggs. Barnard Mary Jeanne Bolan. Plains Alson Bondy Bogue Eli Boucher. Zurich Elda Bradley. Larned Mary Elizabeth Breyfogle. Garden City Wilburma Bright. Plainville Wilbur Bruegger. Bushton Robert Cal fee. Logan Mary Carswell. Hays 1 ester Cat heart. Oberlin Herman Cofer. Ransom Maxine Cook Trusdale Annie Laurie Daniels. Hays Arlyn Drake. Hays Linus Drees. Hays Vivian Ewy. Hairston John 1. Edible. Stockton Carl Lellers. Kismet Dorothy Fellers. Ha vs Wayne Fisher. Ludcll Milford I lmn. Randall Lima Franzen. Canton Irvin Franzen. Canton Shirley Fricker. Esbon Albert Giebler. Hays James Gleason. Kinsley Georganna Grass. Hays Louise Green. Dodge City Frank Griffin. Hill City Warren Griffing. Smith Center William Hockett. Plains Dale Hart. Hays Warren Haxton. Chase Mildred Heitschmidt. Bushton Evelyn Hodson. Hill City Irene Holtzinger. Ellis Edgar Howat, Codell James Hower. Hays Betty Ann Hubert. Hays Arris Johnson. Oberlin Helen Jones. Garden City Clinton Keller. Page City. Page Sixty-three John Keeler. Jewell Karl Kertz. Natoma Kathryn Kirk. Mankato Wayne Kohler. Penokcc Jean Etta Koontz. Jet more Margaret Lappin. Logan James Light. Liberal Rose Long, Hays Nadine Mallory. Brewster Marie McCormick. Bazine Joe Mangano, Bronx. N. Y. Paul Miller. Hays John Modem Wakcency Marie Noll. Ransom Mi r i a ni Moo re. Tribu n e Ben Mosicr. Hoxie Daniel Overholser. Norton Willmetta Paschal, Luray Betty Pollock. Hays Velma Portschv. Herndon Boh Postma. Rex ford Clovd Pugh, Ogallah Bill Read Hays Erma Riedel. Hays Blanche Renner. Oakley Walter Ridenour. Moscow Leonard Robison. Bison Jack Rodgers, Ulysses Lola Reed. Hays Noel Runyon. Grinnell Wayne Salmans, Hanston Bud Sawyer, Bird City Richard Sigle. Waldo Levi Sherman. Sterling Jack Shick. Bird City Esther Sim. Oakley Otis Skubal. Dresden Jack Sloan. Mullinvillc John W. Smith. Gem LcRoy Stincmctz. Byers Pete Swank, Gaylord Maxine Swanson. Sharon Springs Louise Sytsma. Hays Aletha Unruh. Pawnee Rock Paul Urban, Antonino Walter VanDeventcr. Hill City Chet Walter, Downs John Woelk, Russell Bernard Wolford. Claflin Martha Wooster. Hays Mary Wooster. Hays Lynn Yantiss. Long Island Page Si.xty-tuuc Page Sixty-five Membership in the American College Quill Club is limited to those students who display literary ability. Last fall the members of the Eolh Rune chapter attended the national convention of the club at Lawrence. Myrna Gilstrap is president of the group. Nu Chapter of Kappa Pi. national honorary art fraternity, is composed ot stu¬ dents who are majors or minors in art. 1 he president of Nu chapter is Frances Reed. “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” so say the members ol the Home Economics Club, which is composed of majors and minors in home economics. Esther Sim leads the group. QUILL CLUB KAPPA PI HOME ECONOMICS Page Sixty-six PRINT SHOP STAFF “Never lay down on the job” is the motto of the print shop staff who al¬ ways work diligently to get the news off the press and do the other printing work for the college. This year the staff consisted of Bob Postma. Leland Heinze, and Owen Sleigh and was under the direction of Mr. Wallerstedt. SECOND GENERATION CLUB Through the years the second generation has grown to its present large number of students. Last fall the group was entertained with a party. Mil¬ dred Albertson is president. Paye Sixty-seven Here comes the band! The Fort Hays band is always associated with homecoming festivities, basketball and football games, and pep rallies. Dur¬ ing the past year the band helped bolster student morale by leading the student body in the college anthem after basketball games. The band, consisting of 50 members, enjoyed a successful year. In addition to helping foster school spirit by playing at school gatherings, the band also played for the Kansas State Music Teacher s Association meeting which was held on the campus in March. The high point of the season was reached when the band gave a concert on February 22. in the Coliseum at which time it interpreted several very difficult numbe rs. The band is under the leadership of Mr. Howard Hal- gedahl. and Frederic Geren was student director. Arris Johnson was presi¬ dent of the organization this year. THE BAND Page Stxiy-t ' tyhl k BLOWING BIG TUBA Page Sixty-nine And the wind moaned in the grasses, And billowing wheat flowed round. Toward Big Creek ran a tumbleweed, Wolf loping without a sound. It’s all too civilized for me, " The old man said and sighed: I saw the railroad drive to Hays In the good days that have died. ’’Buffalo Bill was a young man then. And Wild Bill s pistols barked. Seventy-five years ago in Hays. When the U. P. trail was marked. I watched Custer and Sheridan March men to the fort on the hill: They warned us boys to play in Hays Lest the Indians scalp and kill. Page Seventy 75th and 40th “And there was the day when a buffalo stray Charged headlong over Main. Across the track, past Tommy ' s shack. Till we boys gathered and chased him back To his wide, open prairie again. “Boy, I recall when the Germans arrived With turkey-red wheat from Ukraine. They weathered the drouth and long lean years: And they out-waited God for rain. “We abandoned Fort Hays about ‘89 And the old U. S. reservation. In 1902 we founded the School And the Agricultural Station. ' Fighting Indians is over they explained. ‘But not the struggle for knowledge ' . The last bison died on the Kansas plain: And professors built up the new college. “Me. 1 don’t go for the new fangled things, Like lawns on a cool shady street. 1 want the open range and leather, The songs the cowboys sing together. The smell of changing wind and weather. The happy life when old friends meet.” A rt—W i n i 1 red H i b bs. Poem—Paul T. Scott. l un Si ' L ' cnm ont THE WINNING LEAP EASTER HYMN Page Seventy tu ' o LOOKING TO THE FUTURE Page Seventy-three Page Seventy -four SPRING SONG Page SeOenty-five TENNIS. GOLF. W. A. A. Members of the tennis team, coached by Paul Waldorf, were Ivan Carrel!. Frank Lemon. Jack Turner. James Crawford, and Clyde Vinson. Included on the golf team were Jim Davis and Richard Welty. I he Women s Athletic Association this year sponsored a carnival, the annual play day for high school girls, and intramural tournaments for colege girls. Esther Giess is the president of W. A. A. Page Seventy-six TRACK Although the cinder season has not yet begun at this writing. Coach Bill Bearley s squad of twenty-three thinclads boasts seven returning lettermen and several promising newcomers. The lettermen are Shipley. Hatcher. Trimmer. Sipe. O Connor, Byerly. and Thomas. T he co-captains oi the group are John Sipe and George Shipley. The 1941 Central Intercollegiate Conference meet was held for the first time at Hays. The 1 igers placed fourteen men in this meet, more than any similar meet in school history. Shipley won the pole vault, establishing a new school record of twelve feet nine inches. T he 1941 squad also won dual meets from Sterling. Bethany, and Hastings, dropping a meet at Emporia State. 7 hey placed second in a sextangular meet at Kearney. Nebraska, and took third place in the C. I. C. meet. T he freshmen squad also defeated the Dodge City and Garden City Junior Colleges. The season’s schedule includes dual meets with Sterling. Salina. Kearney, and Emporia State; a triangular with Salina and Washburn; a sextangular at Kearney; and the C. I. C. meet at Pittsburg. Page Seventy-seven K " CLUB TIGERETTES Any Tiger who has earned a letter in one major sport is eligible for mem¬ bership in the " K " club. As a group, the club enforces the college constitution by keeping students from beating paths in the grass, and by making freshmen wear the insignia prescribed by the student council. The club also sells re¬ freshments to spectators at athletic contests. The president of the " K " club is Winfred Kobler. The familiar voices of the Tigerettes. cheering the Tigers to victory or stand¬ ing by them in defeat, would certainly be missed if there were no " feminine Tigers " . The Tigerettes sit together at all athletic events garbed in their new uniforms of black and gold. Catherine Smith is president of the Tigerettes. Page Seventy-eight A CAPPELLA CHOIR Imposing in their black robes and gold stolls the A Cappella Choir presented a number of concerts this year, including a program for the 1 eachers Associa¬ tion in November, a short performance for the State Music 1 eacher s Associa¬ tion in March, and the public concert in April. 7 his group, directed by William Hugh Miller, also formed the nucleus of the choral union in its pres¬ entation of the “Messiah” at Christmas. Peggy Farrell Glendora Yost Leo Schraeder Clarence Haynes VELMA PORTSCHY SHIRLEY FR1CKER RUSSELL DICKENSON LYNN YANTISS Page Seventy-nine ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA President ' tee-president Secretary Treasurer ACTIVES: Betty Barnes Julia Davenport Mary Iitbcl Earl Geraldine Hoplcy Betty McCauley Lucile Parsons Joyce Potter Corrine Stephenson Lucile Parsons Bhttv Barnes DORIS SWANSON MARY ALICE WIESNER Doris Swanson Mary Scherer Verna Jane Thompson Mary Alice Wiesncr PLEDGES: Roberta Brown Shirley Clarke Anna Mae Earl Carol Griffith Harriet Hunsley Ruth Kirkpatrick Betty McKelvey Anita Miller Wynona Neuhaus Shirley Small Glendora Yost Pa ye Eighty ACTIVES: Karl Fellers Wen del Stull PLEDGES: Karl Kertz Warren Settles Willard Bennett Wayne Fisher Thaine Simmonds Cornelius Bam her John Bergman Warren Grilling Otis Skubal Allan Cafferty Eli Boucher George Helm Charles Soash Dale Combs Bob Berry Nolan Hester Marvin Stehwcin Leland Hein e Dean Curry Maurice Huenergardt Pete Swank George Sprague Charles Cooper Guy Mathency K. C. Thomas Russell St robe 1 Carol Deyoe Clifford Labman Warren Trimmer James Duncan Joe Manga no Walter Wallerstedl Milford Flynn Wayne McClellan Allen Van Kooten Joe Hanks Paul Miller Nellis Briscoe Kenneth Erickson Raymond Miller Levi DeWecs Marion Everhart Jack Rodgers Blanc Gauss Gariett Jansonius Ray Sage President Vii e -President Secretary Treasurer Gl OK‘ il HI IM Allen Van Root in RAYMOND MILLER Karl Klutz V ' ★ PHI DELTA CHI Page Eiyhty-one ★ DELTA SIGMA EPSILON President Vice-President Secretary T reusurer JEAN EMMONS Betty Baker Unruh Maxine McMullen LOUISE GREEN ACTIVES: Marjorie Butler Mary Carswell Maine Cole Ruth Cossell Jean Emmons Louise Green Anna Heckensmith Winifred Hibbs Berty Lou Horner Jane Hull Helen Jones Esther Kyle Maxine McMullen Dorothy Poison Fern Renbergcr Lillian Roper Catherine Smith Beverly Strain Bet tv Suchsland Bettv Baker Unruh PLEDGES: Zcllamae Compton Rowena Custer LaVergne Krug Betty Marhofer Lolita Miller Marjorie Morris Norma Jane Rowton Avis Smith Norma Jean Smith Lois Stricklcr Loirainc Sundgren Bonnie Tillman Marcelyn Triplett P • • • % Page Eighty-tn ' o ACTIVES: Marjorie Dvkcs Mildred Albertson Bertha Mary Foster Payne Amstutz Shirley Pricker Fern Amstutz Imogene Gick Evea Jane Applegate Esther Giess Marie Bartholomew Shirley Glens Elsie Beesley Estamary Graham Mary Beesley Carol Griffith Dorothy Bice LoRec Grumbein Kathryn Billings Betty Hadley Phyllis Blackburn Elaine Harrenstein Venita Blood Esther Hayes Dolores Bolan Betty Lou Horner Mary Jeanne Bolan Ruth Hueftle Betha Boulls Jane Hull Imogene Breckenridgc Venita Inloes Betty Breyfogle Wanda Johnson Joy Brown Kathalee Kirk Roberta Brown Dorothylce Kirk Betty Ann Burgess Marjorie Koken Marjorie Butler LaVcrgne Krug Marie Calfee Audrey Laff Louise Chappell Betty Ellen Landrum Zellamae Compton Margaret Lee Lewis Maxine Cook Rozeene Lyon Esther Cross Vena McCall Evelyn Daniels Audrey McFarland President Vice-president Secretary T rea surer Enid Mizer PLEDGES: Miriam Moore Caroline Adams Wilmetta Paschal Betty Alexander Marjorie Petrasek Nadine Burback Jennie Potter Fern Byerly Erma Riedel June Carrol Ruby Sawyer Betty Hutton Lois Schoeni Crystal Mueller Estalenc Scott Arleen Ray LaVora Sebelius Betty Reeves Evelyn Simons Lorraine Smith Marjorie Sloan Betty Squire Betty Sonday Macbeth Walters Edith Son burg Violet Widener Beverly Strain Ruth Summers Maxine Swanson Evelyn Ummel Phyllis Vickers Helen Weaver Eda Jean Webb Winifred Weston Willie Ruth Wineinger Lucille Yeagy Juanita Young LaVada Young Marcile Young Sibyl York Marie Bartholomew Marjorie Butler jane HULL Audrey Lapp ★KAPPA PHI Page Eighty-three ★ PH! CHI DELTA Louise Gibson ADA LtLLEECiRIST GENEVIEVE KEATING Lorrene Moore President Vice president Secretary T reasurer June Bnrnett Gertrude Bailey Morris Chcnowith Mary Doak Louise Gibson I la Hobson Betty Ann Hubert Genevieve Keating Evelyn Kratochvil Mildred Kratochvil Ada 1 illiegrist Claudia Lockwood Virginia Lusk I.eota Miley Mary Miller Lorrene Moore Florence Pearce Arlcen Priefcrt Betty Jo Sangster Zara Sharp Thelma Stinemetz Page Eighty -tour ACTIVES: Jimmy Hovver FLEDGES: Richard Batchelor Horace Jacobini Willard Brum ill Glenn Bradley Arris Johnson Linus Drees Neal Burtchcr Paul Johnson Faunt LeRoy Ekey Harry Christman. Jr. Wallace Kheller Jack Ewing Herman Cofer Charles Larzalere Dewey Foss Merwin Com best Bill Pctterson Charles Hardman James Davis Wayne Reed Richard Ingrahm Walter Doerschlag. Jr. Levi Sherman Norman Johnson Sammy Frickey Dale Swanson Peter Johnson Frederic Geren Jack Turner Francis King Albert Giebler Warren Vine Leo Sebraedcr Edgar Grass. Jr. Tommy Webster Chester Scott James Harries Alan Wells Lynn Yantiss President ARRIS JOHNSON V ue- president EDGAR GRASS. JR Sei return HARRY CHRISTMAN. JR Treasurer Ni ae Burtci h r ★ PHI MU ALPHA Page Utahta tn ★ PHI SIGMA EPSILON President B m Hi ' NGATn V ice-- President George Shi pi.h y Secretary BENNETT FERGL SON T reusurer Bob culley AC ' I IVES: Lloyd Kcelling Jack Del let Harold Miller Harlan Foster Roger Arensdorf Keith O’Connor Howard Gant Wayne Biehler Bill Reed Charles Hartman Lawrence Bechtold Gail Schraeder John Lane Melvin Brandenburg George Shipley Richard Lohmuller J. D. Burger John Sipe Charles Lacy Ivan Carrel! Clifford Sim Ray Lchoefener Marion Chipman Ray St ram el Gene Louthan Robert Culley Bill Zuercher Eugene Lonnon Norbert Dietz Kenneth Wilson Bill Ludcs Arlvn Drake Bernard Wolford Walter Ridenour Bennett Ferguson Roscoc Rorabaugh Robert Fuller PLEDGES: Donald Sharpe Robert Hungatc Jack Sloan .John Hatcher John Bearlcy John Smith Warren Haxton A Ison Bondv Clyde Vinson Bob Hickok Marshall Brewer Richard Welty Winfred Kobler Kenton Casad Bill Whitaker Clinton Keller Edward Carter John Keeler Donald Dixon Pag t Eiyhty ' Si.x ACTIVES: Velma Portschy Venita Inloes Louise Riggs Rosalie Jewett Mildred Albertson Marguerite Roach Bessie Kumbcrg Jean Calvert Evelyn Simons Patricia McMahon Susan Calvert Patricia Start Wanda Jean Miller Annie Laurie Daniels Louise Sytsma Miriam Moore Peggy Farrell A let ha Unruh Gertrude Morrish Shirley Pricker Martha Wooster Audrey N ossa man Shirley Glens Mary Wooster 1:1 va Pearl Nossam Esther Giess La Wanda Warren Marjorie Stein Georganna Grass AnnaBelle Tilley Mildred Hcitschmidt Kathryn Kirk PLEDGES: Eunice Tilley Alma Weigel Lucille Love Virginia Maranville Doris Brumitt Helene Wurm Martha Lou Norton Vcrgcne Gleason President MARGUFRITF. roach Vice President Shirlfy FRICKER Secretary SL SAN CALVERT T reasurer Esther giess ★ SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Page Eighty sei ' cn ★ SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA President ' ice-president Secretary T rea surer NELDA GFELLER NIXIE BEASON NADINE MALLORY NIXIE BEASON ACTIVES: Nixie Beason Elsie Beeslcy Mary Becslcy Audrey Cass Nelda Gfeller Margaret Lee Lewis Nadine Mallory Kay Newton Will met ta Paschal FLEDGES: Mary Cress Lorainc Hickey Darlene Lindsten Leah Knapp Ruth McCroskey Opal Zimbclman Page Highly-eight ACTIVES: Bry ce Logan Albert Doneeker Lawrence Mock Thomas Edwards Robert Alley John Moden Eugene French Robert Armstrong Maury Norell Clyde Hinman Clyde Beymer Alexander Robinson Pat Merrill Mike Biggs Leonard Robison Eddie Mock Wilbur Breugger Lowell Richards Harold Muth Elmo Carmichael Jack Schick Jack Nichols Art Chalk Tom Shook Harold Nolan John Criswell Lowell Sawyer Hubert Nuss Robert Dougherty Robert Johnson Don Roberts lack Hagcman Ernest Zamrzla Ned Roifc George Hensley Walter Rostocil James Hopper PLEDGES: Horace Shaw Ernest Hoopes Harold Calor William Wilson Gene Huttie Raymond Custer President MJKt: BIGGS Vice president LEONARD ROBISON Secretary ELMO CARMICHAEL T reasurer JACK SHICK ★SIGMA TAU GAMMA Page Eighty nine ★THETA SIGMA UPSILON President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Evelyn Hodson HELEN WILSON Dorothy fellers ELBA BRADLEY ACTIVES: Valeria Basgall Lida Bradley Betty Jane Dougherty Dorothy Fellers Imogene Gick Madge Hill Evelyn Hodson Ruth Nelson Roberta Owens Lola Roemer Reed Dorothy Reinhardt Blanche Renner Esther Sim Ruth Summers Dolores Tholen Helen Wilson PLEDGES: Caroline Adams Wilburma Bright Bcrnita Burk Mary Corzine Anna-belle Davis Florcne Esther Mary Luc Hall Mary Jean Hibbard Betty Ellen Landrum Audrey McFarland Betty Metcalf Margaret Miller Erma Jean Mosher Marjorie Schultz Page Ninety PLEDGES: Irvin Atkinson John Barrett Byron Blair Marion Boss Floyd Bvcrly Robert Cal fee Lester Cat heart Lloyd Childers William Crawford LcRoy Cross Sater Curtis John Fclibie Clarence Haynes Jack Hilgers William Hockett Harry Hoffman Bob Jordan Bob Keenan Emmet Keenan Wilmcr Kuhn Phillip Lin Leland Mason Forrest McCormick Jack Miles Archer Moore Edmond Morin George Omer Cleo Pomeroy Dick Radnor Oliver Roberts Warren Rugan Don Shaffer Richard Sigle Carl Sperry Robert Tombaugh 1 lion Watts John Woelk President ’ice president Secretary T reasurer WlLMER KUHN Clarence Haynes William hockett John Woi lk ★TAU KAPPA EPSILON Page Ninety-one NEWMAN CLUB ★ YMCA YWCA I he Young Men’s Christian Association, The Young Women’s Christian Association, and the Newman Club are religious organizations for students on the campus. The three groups sponsored the morning Quiet Hour. Re¬ ligious Emphasis Week, and the Easter Sunrise Service this year. President of the Newman Club is Frank Gengler, of the YMCA is Bob Pcstma, and of the YWCA is Marjorie Koken. Pa ye Ninety-1 ic ' o DELTA EPSILON Membership in this honorary scientific society is on the basis of scholastic achievement and promise of research ability. Dr. Robertson presides over this organization. PI GAMMA MU This national honorary social science fraternity initiated a large g roup of new members this year to carry on the study of social science problems. Ken¬ neth Erickson is the president of this group. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Speeches, by members and outsiders, panel discussions, debates, etc., were included in the programs of the International Relations Club this year. The president’s office was held by John Woelk. Page Ninety-three This is the third year that Civil Aeronautics has been offered at Fort Hays and many improvements have already been made. The latest additions are the cross-country and instructor courses which were instituted last summer. Now plans are being completed for a new hanger. Hays boasts of having the second largest flight training program in the state and has $45,000 worth of airplanes. Those pictured are the primary and secondary students. CIVIL AERONAUTICS ASSOCIATION Pcu e Ninety -four GRADUATE CLUB With Herbert Schroder as its president the Graduate Club has held meetings of various natures this year, including reports, round table discussions, and a summarization of thesis problems. GRADUATE STUDENTS Herbert Schroder. St. John. B. S. in Educ. 1941. Fort Hays State. Otis Dickey, Liberal. A. B. 19 38. Fort Hays State. Myrna Gilstrap Carver. Great Bend. B. S. in Educ. 1941. Fort Hays State Phillip Lin. China. A. B. 1938. Fukien Christian Univ.. Foochow. China. Leona Berry. Bunker Hill. A. B. 1940. York College. York. Nebr. Leslie Briggs. St. Joseph. Mo.. B. S. in Educ. 1941. Fort Hays State. Pa ye Ninety-five SENIORS IN ACTION Although they have gone through four years of strenuous college life the seniors still find time for athletics, music, dramatics debate, student govern¬ ment. religious organiza¬ tions. and a little studying on the side. Here together with their class officers are a few seniors in action. The senior class officers are Winfred Kobler. presi¬ dent; John Sipe, vice-pres¬ ident: and Kenneth Erick¬ son. secretary-treasurer. Page Ninety-si a Page Ninety-seven Page Ninety-eight Betty Baker Unruh chiton B. S. in Educ. Tigerettes; Little Theatre: Orchesis; Delta Sigma Epsilon: A Cappella Choir: Glee Club: The Leader: Y. W. C. A. Marie Bartholomew Stockton A. B . Band: Tigerettes: Women ' s Leadership: Y. W. C. A : Kappa Phi, president: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Nixie beason Quintcr B . S. in Educ. International Relations Club: Professional Club: Pi Kappa Delta: Parliamentary Law Club: Second Generation Club: Tigerettes: W. A. A.: Women ' s Leadership: Y. W C. A.: Stu dent Council; Debate: Orchestra: Theta Epsilon: Sigma Sigma Sigma, president. Willard Bennett Webster B. S. in Chemistry Little Theatre; Phi Delta Chi: Professional Club. CLYDE BEYMER Lakin A. B. Leader: Parliamentary Law Club: Sigma 1 au Gamma, president. Glenn Bradley Hays B. A . E. Band: Orchestra: Little Theatre: Phi Mu Alpha. FARREL BRANSON Coats A. B. F’ratt Junior College; A Cappella Choir: Y. M. C. A. MARSHALL BREWER Ulysses A. B. Phi Sigma Epsilon MARJORIE BUTLER Stockton B. S. in Educ. Band: Tigerettes: W A. A : Women ' s Leader ship, president; Y. W. C A., president; Duck Club, president; Kappa Phi; Orchesis: Delta Sigma Epsilon. IVAN CARRELL. Plains B. S. in Educ . Basketball, captain: " K " Club; Tennis: Phi Sigma Epsilon. Silas Clifton Ft. Dodge B. S. in Educ. Football: “K " Club. Marie Cal fee Logan B. S . in Educ. Bethany College. Lindsborg Emporia Teachers College: Home Economics Club. A Cappella Choir: W. A. A.; Y. W. C A.. Orchestra Kappa Phi. Charles Cooper Green.iburg B. S. m Educ. Phi Delta Chi. LeRoy Cross Hays B. S. in Educ. Engineer’s Club: Y M. C. A Robert Culley Topeka B. S. in Bus. Adm. International Relations Club: Business Mgr of Leader: Pi Kappa Delta: Seventh Cavalry president: Student Council; Chirman of Student Union; Student Court; Reveille King. Phi Sig rna Epsilon: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities: Parliamentary Law Club De bate. JIM DAVIS Hays B. S. Golf: ”K” Club: Second Generation Club. Phi Mu A1 pha ; Glee Club CARROL Deyoe Jet more B. S. in Science Y. M. C A.: Who ' s Who in American Coll eges and Universities; Phi Delta Chi. Mildred Dieppenbrock Hvnnytun B. S. in Educ Emporia Teachers College James C. Duncan Ro .el B. S. in Educ. Y. M. C. A.: Phi Delta Chi. Jean Emmons Copeland A. B. Dodge City Junior College: International Rela lions Club; Leader: Tigerettes: Women’s Lead ership: Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Delta Sigma Epsilon, president: A Cappella Choir. VINTON CARVER Luray B. S. in Educ. International Relations Club. Parliamentary Law Club; Y. M. C. A Engineer ' s Club, president: Who’s Who in American Colleges and Univcr sitics. ELSIE CATHCART Oberlin B. S. in Home Ec. Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.; Theta Epsilon. HUGH CHANCE McDonald B. S. in Science Parliamentary Law Club. MARION CHIPMAN Morland A. B. International Relations Club: Pi Gamma Mu; Second Generation Club; Seventh Cavalry: Student Council.president Phi Sigma Epsilon: Who’s, Who in American Colleges and Univer¬ sities. Kenneth Clark Hoxic A. B. Pi Gamma Mu. Professional Club. Kenneth Erickson Jennings B. S. in Bus. Adm. International Relations Club; Pi Gamma Mu president: Seventh Cavalry: L us Mgr. of Rev eille: Y M. C. A.. Student Council: Chairman of Student Union: President of Junior Class Marion Everhart Brownell B S. A Cappella Choir; Parliamentary 1 aw Club Tiger Club; Y M. C. A ; Phi Delta Chi Glee Club. ROBERT H. FULLER l ittle River B. S. m Educ. Parliamentary Law Club: Y. M C A Phi Sigma Epsilon FRANK GENOLER Osborne B. S. in Bus. Adm. St. Joseph ' s College Hays; Newman Club. FREDERIC GF.REN Hays B. S. in Educ. A Cappella Choir; Seventh Cavalry Band Orchestra: Little Theatre; Who ' s Who in Am erican Colleges and Univesities: Phi Mu Alpha president; Assistant Director of Band. SENIORS OF 1942 Page Ninety-mm Paae One Hundred NELDA GFELLF-R Winona B. S. in Ed lic. W. A A.: Y. M. C. A ; President of Pan- hellenic; Sigma Sigma Sigma, president. Esther Giess Arnold B . S. in Ednc. W. A. A., president: Pi Omega Pi: Kappa Phi Sigma Alpha Iota: Who’s Who in American Colleges and Unversities: Y. W. C A.; Glee Club. SHIRLEY GLENS Dighton B. S. in Edue. Kansas State College. Manhattan Home Eco¬ nomics Club: Band: Y. Kappa Phi: Sigma Alph, John Hatcher B. S. in Edac. Track; ”K” Club: Y. Epsilon. Nolan Hester B. S. m Edue. International Relations Club: Phi Delta Chi. W. C. A.: Orchestra; i Iota. Plains M C. A.; Phi Sigma Otis Club; Football: ' K " WINIFRED HlBBS Osborne B. S. in Edue. Washburn College, Topeka. Orchesis: Reveille; Tigerettes: W. A- A.; Y. W C. A.. Delta Sig¬ ma Epsilon. MADGE HILL Arkansas City B. S. in Edue . Arkansas City Junior College; Reveille; Tiger¬ ettes: Cheerleader: Theta Sigma Upsilon. ANNA HOCKENSMITH Cedar B. S. in Educ. Y. W. C. A.; Theta Epsilon: Delta Sigma Epsilon. ERNEST HOOPES Lucas B. S. m Edue. Y. M. C. A. MAURICE HUENERGARDT Bison B. S. in Educ. Engineer ' s Club: Tiger Club: Y M. C. A.; LiUJle Theatre; Acqua Club: Phi Delta Chi. ROBERT D. HUGHES Oakley A. B BOB B HUNGATE Cimarron A. B. Engineer s Club: K " Club. Phi Sigma Epsilon, president; Football. WALTER IMBROCK. Philtipsburg A. B. Hebron Nebraska Junior College; International Relations Club; Pi Gamma Mu. GF.RRIT JANSONIUS Prairie View B. S. in Bus. Adm . Calvin College. Grand Rapids. Mich.: Y. M. C. A. EMMETT J, KEENAN Hays B. S. in Educ. Professional Club; Engineer’s Club: Internation¬ al Relations Club; Newman Club; Parliamentary Law Club. PAUL KENNEDY Hays B. S. in Edue. Football; ’ K” Club; Seventh Cavalry. BLANCHE KINKAID Medicine Lodge B. S. in Edue. Phillips University. Enid. Okla.. W. A. A ; Y. W. C A. WINFRED KOBLER Penokee A. B. International Relations Club; “K’” Club, pres¬ ident: Pi Gamma Mu: Seventh Cavalry: Stu¬ dent Council; Football, captain; President of Senior Club; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Phi Sigma Epsilon. Y M C A. LLOYD KOELLING Abilene B. S. in Science Sigma Pi Sigma, president. Engineers Club, president: Phi Sigma Epsilon. MARJORY KOKEN Bird City B. S. in Educ. University of Kansas; Women’s Leadership Who ' s Who in American Colleges and L ! nivcr sities; Y. W C. A.: A Cappclla Choir. WlLMF.R KUHN Hays A. B. International Relations Club; Newman Club Parliamentary Law Club; Seventh Cavalry. Student Council: Little Theatre: Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. JEAN LOUTHAN A. B. Great Bend Kansas Wesleyan. Salma; Sterling College. Band. IDA LOUISE LUCE Col Iyer B S. in Educ. Second Generation Club; Y. W C A : Theta Epsilon. RACHEL LUDHR B. S. :n Edue. International Relations Law Club; W A. A.; Theatre: Theta Epsilon. Waldo Club. Parliamentary Y W. C. A.: Little ROZFENE LYON Longmont. Colo. B. S. in Educ. University of Colo.: Kappa Pi; Kappa Phi. VIRGINIA MARANVILLE Hays B. S. in Educ. Los Angeles Junior College: A Cappella Choir. Orchestra: Little Theatre: Girl’s Quartet. Sig ma Alpha Iota. GUY MATHENEY Russell Springs A. B. Parliamentary Law Club. Little Theatre; Y M. C- A : Phi Delta Chi. Sibyl McKinley Mullinville B. S. in Educ. W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A . Professional Club. Alma Maude McWilliams Qumter B. S. in Educ. Ottawa University: Home Economics Club. Y. W. C. A.: Theta Epsilon; A Cappella Choir. RUTH NELSON Ellis B. S. in Edue. Home Economics Club; Editor of Leader: Tig¬ erettes: W. A. A.: Womens Leadership Y. W. C. A.; Theta Sigma Upsilon; Student Editor of Alumni News. ENID MlZER Jennings B. S. in Educ. University of Kansas: Little Theatre; Y W C. A.; Kappa Phi. Page One Hundred one Page One Hundred Tit ' u ARCHER Moore Tribune B. S. Y. M. C. A.; Band; Glee Club. Lorrene Moore Hays B. S. tn Bus Adm. Y. W. C. A.; Little Theatre: Phi Cht Delta, Tigerettes. VERDA Moore Hays B. S t n Educ. Duck Club; Home Economic:, Club. A Cappella Choir; Y. W. C. A.; Theta Epsilon Glen Kenneth Mowry Hoxie B. S. tn Bus. Adm. Second Generation Club: Professional Club. Band. WAYNE REED Copeland B. S. in Educ. Dodge City Junior College; A Cappella Choir Fhi Mu Alpha. Marguerite Roach Oberlin B. S. tn Educ. International Relations Club: A Cappella Choir: Band: Y. W. C A : Orchestra; Sigma Alpha Iota, president; Glee Club. Raymond F. Roemer Gove B. S. Kansas State College. Manhattan: Football; K Club: Second Generation Club. RAY SAGE Hays A. B. Parliamentary Law Club; Reveille: Little Thea¬ tre; Phi Delta Chi: Professional Club; Y. M. C. A. Mary Scherer Hays B. S■ in Educ. Tigerettes: Newman Club Orchesis. president. Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer¬ sities: Alpha Sigma Alpha; Little Theatre. ZARA Sharp Bloomington A. B. Kansas State College. Emporia; International Relations Club Quill Club: Women ' s Leader ship; Y. W. C. A.: Little Theatre: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities: Phi Chi Delta.president: Glee Club. George Shipley Holyrood B. S. tn Bus. Adm. Track: “K Clu b: Band; Phi Sigma Epsilon CLIFFORD SIM Oakley B. S. tn Educ. Y. M. C. A Phi Sigma Epsilon. THAINE SlMMONDS Hays B. S. in Educ. International Relations Club: A Cappella Choir; Second Generation Club, Y. M. C. A . Phi Delta Chi; Band. JOHN SIPE Ransom B. S. m Educ. Track; “K " Club; Pi Gamma Mu. Seventh Cavalry; Band: Tiger Club; Y. M C. A.; Phi Sigma Epsilon. CATHERINE SMITH Morland B. S. tn Educ. Home Economics Club; International Relations Club; Parliamentary Law Club: Tigerettes. president: Womens Leadership: Student Coun cil: Who s Who tn American Colleges and Universities; Homecoming Queen. Delta Sigma Epsilon, president. Glee Club. PATRICIA START Hays A B. Second Generation Club; Pi Gamma Mu Wo¬ men ' s Leadership; Orchestra: Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sigma Al¬ pha Iota, president Marvin stehwien ciafhn B. S. in Science Band: Glee Club; Acqua Club. Football. Ray STRAMFL Hays B. S. in Educ. Football; Basketball; " K " Club: Newman Club FT i Sigma Epsilon. RUTH SUMMERS Satanta B. S. m Educ. Dodge City Junior College; Pi Gamma Mu: Quill Club; Pi Omega Pi. Kappa Phi. Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Theta Sigma Upsilon: Y. W. C- A Little Theatre: Duck Club; Parliamentary Law Club Doris Swanson Hays A. B. Quill Club: Debate. Little Theatre: Alpha Sig¬ ma Alpha: A Cappella Choir; Y. W. C. A. Gerald tomanek Coilyer A. B. Second Generation Club; Seventh Cavalry; Tig¬ er Club; Y. M. C. A.: Little Theatre ALLEN VAN KOOTEN Long Island B. S. in Educ. Calvin College. Grand Rapids. Mich , A Cap¬ pella Choir; Y. M. C. A. Mary Alice Wiesner Hays B. S. tn Educ. Newman Club; Tigerettes, Leader; Alpha Sig¬ ma: Little Theatre; Orchesis. IRENE WEIGLE Hays B. S. in Home Ec. Home Economics Club, president: Newman Club: Leader; W. A. A. HELEN WILSON Garden City B. S. in Educ. Garden City Junior College; Pi Gamma Mu. Parliamentary Law Club; Y. W. C. A.; Little Theatre: Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Phi; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Theta Sigma Upsilon. KENNETH WILSON Mulvane B. S. m Educ. Football; " K” Club; Seventh Cavalry; Phi Sig¬ ma Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. Page One Hundred Three The Administrative Assistants Our Paleontologist Cheerleaders Important cogs in the wheel which turns our college are the administrative assistants, those persons who do the work behind the scenes. George A. Sternberg, curator of the Fort Hays State Museum, represents the third generation of Sternbergs to belong to the Kansas Academy of Science. I he work ot Mr. Sternberg and his father as paleontologists is noted over the world. Our cheerleaders build up pep at all major sport events and pep rallies. I he cheerleaders this year were Bernita Burke. Bob Leathers. Madge Hill. Cleo Pomeroy, and Aileen King. Page One Hundred l our ACHIEVEMENT ruth Nelson wilmer Kuhn Jean Emmons Marion Chipman Marjory Koken Bob Colley Page One Hundred live Trade With Us And Save Money WIESNER’S HAYS KANSAS The Best Heads In Business Say Follow The Trend To GEORGE PHILLIP SON Dealers In HARDWARE . . . COAL and GAS HEATERS and RANGES ... PAINT ... OIL .. GLASS CUTLERY . .. AMMUNITION and GUNS PHONE 53 EIGHTH and MAIN, HAYS. KANSAS Puue One Hundred Six WINTER’S A Leader In AH Kinds Of HARDWARE 810 MAIN HAYS. KANSAS PHONE 11 Hays Building and Loan Association LOANS Er INVESTMENTS Hays, Kansas Phone 38 Cecil Calvert, Sec. THOLEN JEWELRY Western Kansas’ largest jewelry store presents the finest line of merchandise in its history of forty-seven years. Diamonds of finest quality at prices no higher than is often asked for inferior goods— Watches, Hamilton, Gruen, Elgin, and others in latest designs. Silverware, sterling and plated in a wide range of prices, eighteen patterns to choose from. Glass ware, rock crystal in three patterns, etchings in Rose Point and First Love. Jewelry, Shaeffer and Eversharp pens, and pencils. Optical and repair services. REGISTERED JEWELER. AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY. 804 MAIN HAYS, KANSAS ♦ » ♦ ♦ l I I ♦ ♦ I I ♦ I ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ l ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ I ♦ : ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ i ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ i ♦ » i MODERN EFFICIENT TWENTY-FOUR HOUR SERVICE JEP ' S SUPER SERVICE STATION PHONE 400 Page One Hundred Seven MARKWELL BOOK STORE College Hooks Bought and Sold Stationery Note Books Fountain Bens Athletic Supplies Art Supplies Greeting Cards Markweli Book Sto re 1010 MAIN ST. School Supplies Public School Supplies Office Supplies Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose Leaf Ring Books Filing Cabinets Leather Goods Typewriters Campus Book Store 509 WEST 7th ST. ANTHONY ' S HOSPITAL Sister M. Evarista, R. N Superintendent This Space Reserved and Paid for By The Active Staff Page One Hundred Eight FELTEN TRNSFER AND TRUCK LINES Daily Service Between Kansas City and Colby Don’t let anybody kid you. Our Service is “TOPS”. PHONES KANSAS CITY, Victor 6416 .. . SAUNA, 6 . . . HAYS, 169 THEATRE BEST IN ENTERTAINMENT AT ALL TIMES PRICES RIGHT TELEPHONE 890 I RETAIL FOOD STORE We Have All The Answers to Your Food Problems PHONE 4 Telephone Gr Delivery Service 235 WEST 10th Pag c One Hundred Ntm KESSLER To Drive Away Blue Monday CALL US LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING Phone 112 Hays. Kansas MANN ' S IGA STORE YE STRIVE TO PLEASE FREE DELIVERY 112 W. 11th. Phone 1115 WHITE PALACE INN Nothing Old-Fashioned But The Hospitality Relax and Dine Where the Meals are Always Best 105 E. 10th Phone 105 Central Kansas Power Company Page One Hundred Ten COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO Wherever You and Yours May Go, This Friendly Sif n Waves “Hello”. Phone 301 201 E. 10th PROMPT SERVICE DRINKS DRIVE INN AND RELAX WITH US Resolved: That my contribution to society shall be more valuable than my bank roll. I will be true to my country, my state, my town, my school, my family, myself HAYS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Page One Hundred Eleven Schlegel Shoe Service Don ' t Let Your Shoes Have That Unsightly Look Hrini; or Send Them To Us 113 w. loth Hays, Kansas THE GORHAM STATE BANK GORHAM, KANSAS Capital Surplus §( 0,000.00 SARAH FOSTER. President C L. ERICKSON, Vice-Pres. ELITE CAFE MR. AND MRS. JOHN SAHLI, Proprietors SEE AND SNIFF BEFORE YOU EAT. ELEGANT IS WHAT YOU’LL CALL OUR HOMELIKE MEALS West Tenth Hays, Kansas MORRISON’S JEWELRY I WE Carry a Complete Line of Towels Sterling Silver Holloware Hamilton and Elgin Watches J Diamonds and Wedding Rings 107 W. 10th Phone 152 Page One Hundred I it ' vl i c The Genevieve Seymore SCHOOL OF DANCING Phone 90 The College GROCERY Phone 104 COLLEGE SWEETSHOP Cooperative Music Merchants Automatic Phonographs for Every Occasion OUR PLEDGE FOR THE DURATION —to continue to aid in the financing of the needs of this community. —to promote the sale of United States Defense Ronds and Stamps and Tax Anticipation Notes —to co-operate with the Government in control of consumer credit. —to collaborate with the Treasury in the control of freezing alien funds. —to work with other bankers in this area in the mobilization of the financial resources of this terri¬ tory in the all-out war effort. J. A. Mermis. President C. I). Blake. M. D.. Vice President Richard A. Mermis, Exec. Yice-Pres Cashier A. H. Dreiling. Asst. Cashier Zita Palen. Asst. Cashier The First National Bank of Hays City THE OLDEST BANK IN ELLIS COUNTY MEMBER F. I). I. C. Page One Hundred Thirteen The LAMER HOTELS In Kansas HAYS.... SAUNA.... ABILENE STYLE HEADQUARTERS FOR Clothing Furnishings And Shoes Friendly Prices HAVENER’S MEN ' S AND BOY ' S WEAR Page One Hundred Fourteen THE FARMERS STATE BANK Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Each deposit account insured up to $5,000.00 under Federal Deposit Insurance Plan. Capital Surplus $100,000.00 Dr. W. F. Czeskleba Have Your Glasses Prescribed The Modern Way, No Drops. No Dilatation No Danger. YOUR MOVIE HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN HAYS FOX STRAND THEATRE R. F. Adcock, Mgr. SHOWS DAILY 1:30—7:15—9:15 HAYS CREAMERY AND ICE KINGS KWALITY ICE CREAM ICE CREAM NOVELTIES GOLDEN BELT BUTTER PURE CRYSTAL ICE HAYS PHONE 484 KANSAS Page One Hundred Fifteen THE SMARTEST DRESSED STUDENTS ON THE CAMPUS BUY THEIR CLOTHES AT ... . The CLA K- T0RE OUR MARK OF QUALITY FOR Better Homes ... Lower Upkeep Longer Life PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS Curtis Silentite Frames and Windows Celotex, Vaporseal and Board Insul¬ ation Red Top Perforated Rock Lath Curtis Millwork Balsan Mood Insulation Red Top Plaster Metalane Weatherstrip Quality Lumber . . Shingles . . . Asphalt Roofing . . . Cement . . . Brick Everything In Building; Materials THE TREAT-SHAFFER LUMBER CO. H. HAVEMANN. Mgr. Hays, Kansas 208 W. 9th St. Page One Hundred Si xteen DUCKWALL’S The Store of Quality, Service, and Price Fountain and Luncheonette Candies Art and School Supplies 5c to $1.00 Store LARZALERE BAKERY I ♦ THE HOME OF DELICIOUS KREAM KRUST ! I BREAD i CAKES ROLLS j I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ♦ ♦ 124 W. 9th Phone 640 HAYS. KANSAS ♦ ♦ Pa ye One Hundred Secenteen WE OFFER THE CHOICE SELECTIONS IN DRUGS_COSMETICS_CANDIES Also We Assure You Prompt Attention In Filling Your Prescription AT HARKNESS PHARMACY In Hays Over 30 Years 710 MAIN PHONE 70 HAYS MUSIC STORE THE HAYS MUSIC CO. YOUR MUSIC HEADQUARTERS HAYS KANSAS V. M MECKEL PHONE 107 HOME FURNITURE COMPANY GEO. J. GOTTSCHALK Philco Radios Refrigerators Westing house Ranges Refrigerators Bendix Home Laundry Permalux Living Room Suites Complete Home Furnishings 802 MAIN HAYS. KANSAS PHONE 230 W hen Recalling College Memories Remember The A. B. C. DRUG CO. Your Rexall Store Friendly Service Poye One Hundred Eighteen ABBIES CAFE The Newest Most Modern Cafe In Town GRANDMA HAS NOTHING ON US OUR MEALS ARE TOPS A. E. Sherrill Phone 1378 Schwaller Lumber Company Building Material Paint Wall Paper Coal Builder’s Hardware Phone 92 1 his. your 1942 Reveille, is a photographic diary of your 1941 -1 942 school year. 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