Fort Hays State University - Reveille Yearbook (Hays, KS)
- Class of 1944
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REVEILLE The 30th volume “En Passant” published under the direction of the publications committee, Fort Hays Kansas State College, Hays, Kansas 1 9 4 4 DEDICATION To the Spirit of those Fort Hays boys who gave their lives that the principles and ideals upon which this institution was founded may be continued, and to a renewed consecration of the Spirit for which they so vigorously fought, we dedicate this Reveille. ★ THOSE WHO HAVE GIVEN THEIR LIVES John Beckner William Dutton Keithe Fedd e Harlan Foster Van Hoover Leland Jamison David M. Markel Herbert Rasmussen Harold Kuhn Eugene Harper Herbert Seyfrit Lloyd Sidener William Verner Chester Walter John Willcoxon Kenneth Wells MISSING IN ACTION Thomas A. Freeman Bob Kennedy Herbert Meuli Francis Paronto ★ ★ ★ ★ 2 FACULTY and STUDENTS 3 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ MEN OF FORT HAROLD ADAMS HAROLD ALLEN ROBERT D. ALLEY BRAINARD ANDERSON CLAIR M. ANDERSON PAUL ANDREE WARD Z. ANDREGG GAIL L. APPLEBEE J. M. ARCHER ROBERT ARMSTRONG LAWRENCE ARPIN DONALD ASHLEY IRVIN C. ATKINSON ANDREW D. BAHL CARL W. BAKER GLENN BALMER CORNELIUS BAMBER CHESTER V. BANE V. E. BARNES HOWARD D. BARROWS MARVIN BARROWS WILLIAM E. BARRY ROBERT BARTHOLIC EDWIN BARTLEY DONALD I. BEAMGARD ROBERT D. BEAMGARD KEITH BEARDMORE JOHN R. BEARLEY WILBUR R. BEARLEY PAUL BECKHELM LAWRENCE A. BECHTOLD STUART A. BEEN WAYNE S. BEESLEY DONALD C. BEHRHORST MARVIN BEHNKE RALPH BELL EDWARD LEE BENDER LEROY E. BENNETT WILLARD F. BENNETT WILLIAM H. BENNETT BERT E. BERGLAND JOHN BERGMAN BRUCE BERNDT KENNETH BEVER CLYDE E. BEYMER FRANCIS J. BICE WAYNE BIEHLER MICHAEL BIGGS CLYDE V. BILLINGS ROY H. BILLINGS DEAN J. BIRDSONG IVAN J. BIRRER DALE BISHOP FRANCIS BISHOP LYNN R. BISHOP ROBERT W. BLACKBURN BYRON BLAIR MURL C. BLANK RALPH BLATTNER PAUL BLONDEFIELD ROY BLOOD ADOLPH BOLLIG ALSON L. BONDY EARL J. BONDY WILLIAM BONEWELL MARION BOSS RALPH A. BOTTORFF GLEN BOWIE F. K. BOWSER THOMAS H. BOYLE JOHN Q. BRACK ROBERT G. BRADLEY W. E. BRADY MELVIN W. BRANDENBURG FARRELL A. BRANSON L. R. BRANSON CLAY BRASSFIELD HAROLD BREJCHA E. WAYNE BRENN MARSHALL A. BREWER LESLIE J. BRIGGS LLOYD BRINKMEYER NELLIS A. BRISCOE JACK T. BROCK WILBER BROCK BEVERLY BROOKSHIRE DONALD W. BROTEMARKLE C. AMOS BROWN H. LEO BROWN DEE BROWN FRANCIS BROWN JO JANE BROWN MARK BROWN WINSTON BROWN MAY H. BROWNLEE WILBUR BRUEGGER FRANCIS J. BRULL DORIS G. BRUMITT WILLARD C. BRUMITT JOSEPH BRUNGARDT J. BRUNGARDT, JR. FREDERICK L. BUEKER MILON W. BULLOCK DOUGLAS BURBACH WESLEY R. BURFORD CURTIS BURGAN WESLEY BURGAN KEITH BURKE GILBERT BURMEISTER NEAL BURTSCHER CLAYTON BUSH HORACE BUTLER JOHN BUTLER FLOYD R. BYERLY JOHN L. BYRD ALLAN E. CAFFERTY HAROLD L. CALER CECIL CALVERT JACK CAMPBELL DAN R. CANNON DOLOR CARAVEAU ELMO L. CARMICHAEL O. D. CARMICHAEL IVAN CARRELL MARY CARSWELL EDWARD L. CARTER FARRAN F. CARTER GORDON CASAD LESTER D. CATHCART GLENN H. CEDERBERG HUBERT CHALFANT EMIL M. CHILDERS MARION W. CHIPMAN STANLEY M. CHITTENDEN LEON F. CHURCHILL BURNARD CLARK DONALD B. CLARK JOHN CLARK R. E. CLARK WM. K. CLARK RUTH CLARKE H. R. CLAWSON, JR. MARK R. CLELAND SILAS CLIFTON CARL B. CLINESMITH VERNON E. CLOUGH RALPH V. CODER HERMAN D. COFER HERBERT COLE CHESTER E. COLLIER LESTER D. COLLIER LILA COLLINS MERWIN J. COMBEST LEE DALE COMBS CHARLES E. COMFORT WILEY S. COMPTON ROBERT A. COMSTOCK CHARLES CONVERSE GEORGE H. COOK, JR. RICHARD AUSTIN COOK BLAINE COOLBAUGH ARTHUR A. COOPER DIRL DEAN COOPER MARVIN I. COX JAMES S. CRAWFORD WM. C. CRAWFORD CRAIG CULLEY REX L. CULLEY R. W. CULLEY A. G. CUMMINGS LOUIS CUNNINGHAM WALTER W. CURREY CHARLES S. CURTIS IVA L. CURTISS R. E. CUSTER, JR. IVAN DACK VERNON R. DANIELS HAROLD DARNELL LEONARD E. DAVID ROBERT G. DAVIDSON VESTER DAVIDSON DONALD D. DAVIS GEORGE R. DAVIS GERALD S. DAVIS HOWARD E. DEAN ROBERT DEMUTH LEVI DbWEES CARROL DEYOE warren r. deyoung wilbur deyoung RUSSELL L. DICKENSON HARRY F. DICKINSON GLENDA L. DILLON DALE DOANE WALTER DOERSCHLAG ROBERT WM. DORLAND ANDREW H. DORMAN RALPH M. DOTSON RICHARD DOUGHERTY BENEDICT DREILING LINUS H. DREILING JACK DRISCOLL ARTHUR L. DUELL WILBUR DUNCAN DALE B. DURFEE MARVIN W. DURRANT BILL H. DYE GERALD N. EDDLEMAN THOMAS EDWARDS ALTA E. EHLY BERNARD EHRLICH RALPH EIKELBERGER FAUNT L. EKEY RALPH ENGEL HARRY H. ENRIGHT KENNETH L. ERICKSON MARION EVERHART MILTON EVERHART CECIL E. FABRICIUS WALTER FAGAN KEITH H. FAIL HUGH E. FARQUHARSON J. K. FARQUHARSON C. R. FEATHER CARL W. FELLERS CECIL R. FELZIEN BENNETT W. FERGUSON EARL O. FIELD JACK N. FINCH ROBERT M. FINCH GLENN E. FINK JOSEPH FISHER D. ALLEN FLORA HOWARD G. FLORA LLOYD D. FORD KEITH FORNEY DOYLE COOPER FOSTER OSCAR W. FOSTER ALEX FRANCIS IRVIN G. FRANZEN R. R. FREEMAN KENNETH FRENCH ROBERT H. FULLER HOWARD F. GANT ROBERT B. GARETSON MAURICE B. GARLOW CARNEY B. GASS JAMES E. GAVIN FRANK T. GENGLER FREDERIC GEREN ADOLPH GEYER ALBERT C. GIEBLER LAEL O. GILBERT JAMES R. GILGER ORVAN E. GILSTRAP JAMES R. GLEASON GENE GLOTZBACH ELMER GOETZ HERBERT GOETZ DONALD A. GOLDEN FRANK GOOCH REIT A GOOD DALE W. GORDON BRUCE GRAHAM JACK GRANT EDGAR B. GRASS ROBERT D. GRASS HAROLD GRAVES DAVID MAX GREGORY GEORGE W. GRIFFING ANNA GRISWALD ORVIS GROUT LOREN GROVER ALLEN GUEST CHARLES GUTHRIE WAYNE W. GUTZMAN PETER HAAS JOHN M. HADLEY WILLIAM L. HAFFAMIER JACK HAGEMAN MARCUS HAHN GENE H. HALL WM. B. HALL RICHARD C. HAMEL RAMON K. HAMILTON CLARENCE J. HAMM ELMER JOE HANKS CARL H. HANSEN MARTIN H. HANSEN ARCHIE HANTLA KEITH L. HARKNESS VANCE B. HARKNESS GEORGE S. HARRIES HUGH J. HARRIES DUANE G. HARRIS NORVAN D. HARRIS CHARLES V. HARTMAN GLENN P. HARTMAN WILLIAM S. HARVEY CECIL L. HASE JOHN N. HATCHER THOMAS HAVEMANN CHARLES E. HAWKES OLIN HAWKINS ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 4 HAYS OWEN A. HAWVER WARREN D. HAXTON FRANK HAYES CLARENCE E. HAYNES EARL W. HEALZER JACK HEARN LELAND HEINZE KENNETH E. HEITSCHMIDT BILL F. HELM GEORGE W. HELM WALTER A. HELM ROBERT HELMAN FRED D. HEMPHILL JOHN K. HEMPHILL JOHN M. HEMPHILL SHELBOURNE HENDRICKS ROY O. HENDREN ROBERT LEE HENRICKSON JAMES R. HERMAN OSCAR E. HERRICK JAMES L. HERRON JAMES J. HESLER NOLAN HESTER HAROLD HICKMAN ROBERT R. HICKOK CLYDE D. IIINMAN NEIL D. HINSHAW DARRELL W. HOAGLAND WILLIAM C. HOCKETT HARRY H. HOFFMAN MYRNON HOFT GUY E. HOKE ALFRED HOLL GEORGE W. HOLLAND FLORAIN HOLM C. D. HOLT ERNEST A. IIOOPES ROBERT A. HOOVER TED HOOVER ARTHUR HOPKINS HAROLD H. HOPKINS JAM ES D. HOPPER, JR. LEE HOPPES MELVIN HOPKINS MAX S. HOUSTON EDGAR HOWAT LEONARD HOWELL WAYNE HOWELL JAMES M. HOWER C. G. HUBBART MARVIN HUBERT VERNON R. HUFFMAN ROBERT D. HUGHES WILLIAM A. HUMBIRD ROBERT B. HUNGATE THOMAS O. HUNSICKER JOHN L. HUNZIKER JOSEPH G. HUTCHINSON FRITZ HUTTIE GENE HUTTIE WALTER M. I M BROCK WM. A. IMHOFF J. R. INGRAM DEAN R. ISAACS DORAN JACKSON HORACE B. JACOBINI BEE JACQUART DELBERT E. JAMISON LAWRENCE JANSEN GERRIT J ANSONIUS JOE JELLISON GEORGE H. JENSON ARRIS M. JOHNSON FLORENCE E. JOHNSON JOHN W. JOHNSON ★ ★ ★ IN SERVICE . . PAUL A. JOHNSON ROBERT W. JOHNSON MILFORD JOHNSTON CHARLES E. JONES ROBERT L. JORDON KENNETH O. KAUFFMAN DONALD H. KAUFMAN EMERSON KEATING WALTER KEATING WALTER KEBERLEIN GEORGE R. KEELER JOHN H. KEELER ROBERT KEENAN ERNEST W. KEIL CLINTON H. KELLER MILFORD L. KELLING RUSSELL V. KELTNER PAUL KENNEDY KARL KERTZ FRANCIS KING PAUL KING VINCENT KING AUREL KINNEY WM. K. KINSEY HARRY KIRKMAN JOHN KIRKMAN JOHN T. KIRKWOOD LOUIS KISSINGER WILBUR KLEMM RAY KNOBBE CARL KOBLER WAYNE F. KOBLER WINIFRED KOBLER EVERETT E. KOELLING WARREN KOPKE JOHN W. KRAUS LAWRENCE KRAUSE MARVIN W. KRAUSE WILBUR F. KRUSE HUBERT R. KUHN OMER M. KUHN W. A. KUHN JAMES E. KUNTZ CHARLES W. LACEY JOE LACEY MARVIN L. LACEY CLIFFORD L. LAHMAN CHARLES LAMOREUX JOHN D. LANE CARL LaROSH LESLIE N. LaROSH CHARLES R. LARZALERE , HOWARD E. LATHAM JOHN L. LAUNCHBAUGH, JR ALVIN L. LAW JR. EARL LAW RICHARD LETTWICH LEO LEGLEITER CAROL V. LEICHLITER VYRL LEICHLITER ELIZABETH LEIDIGH V. C. LEIKER FRANK E. LEMON WAYNE E. LEUSZLER JAMES LIGHT JOE LILL THOMAS U. LINN ROBERT D. LIPPERT RICHARD W. LISS RONALD LIVERS BRYCE N. LOGAN RICHARD LOHMULLER. JR. RICHARD D. LOHNES RAY A. LOHOEFENER WILBUR H. LOHREY GERALD A. LONG EUGENE W. LONNAN CLARENCE LOWRY GLENN C. LOWRY DALE U. LOYD RALPH A. LOYD H. E. LUCE O. LYLE LUCE W R. LUDES LINTON LULL JOHN R. LUND WILLIAM E. LUSK EMORY J. LYONS ROSALIE MCBRIDE BOYD MCCANDLESS HUGH A. MCCANDLESS WAYNE E. MCCLELLAN FORREST E. MCCORMICK RUBY R. MCCOWAN RUTH E. MCCROSKEY DELBERT L. MCCURDY WARREN MCCURDY MARION MCDONALD IVAN W. McDOWALL LELAND MCDOWALL ROBERT A. MCGRATH CHARLES A. MCGUIRE, JR. CLARICE MCGUIRE JOY MCKIE SIBYL MCKINLEY ellwood Mackenzie JEAN F. MCLANE HARRY MCLEAN MORRIS H. MCPHERSON W. L. MCPHERSON WILLIAM C. MAAG ELDON L. MACE WILLIAM J. MADDEN ROBERT MALCOLM W B. MALCOLM ADOLPH MARES PAUL L. MARSH MAX MARSHALL ARMAND W. MARTELL E. LEON MARVIN JOHN L. MASON LkROY mason WM. G. MATHENY LEONARD G. MATOUSH K. D. MATTHES KEITH E. MEADE VERNON MECKEL WILBUR E. MECKENSTOCK EARL G. MEULI CLINTON MEYER DON MICHAEL JOHN MICHAEL, JR. JACK L. MILES CECIL MILLER DONALD F. MILLER HAROLD R. MILLER HELMER A. MILLER WARREN K. MILLER WAYNE L. MILLER PAUL A. MILLER RAYMOND J. MILLER VERNON R. MILLER VIRGIL E. MILLER CHARLES D. MITCHELL CHESTER MITCHELL OSCAR D. MITCHELL ALLEN P. MITCHEM JOHN E. MOCK KENNETH MOCK LAWRENCE M. MOCK JOHN MODEN EUGENE L. MOON EDMUND MOORE FRANK A. MOORE KENNETH M. MOORE CLARENCE MOOS EDMOND MORIN BENJAMIN D. MOSIER JOE MOSS ALBERT MOSTRUM, JR. ELVIRA V. MOSTRUM DALE MOTT G. KENNETH MOWRY ORTWIN W. MUELLER CLARENCE MULLENIX GLENN E. MUNYON IVAN MURRAY ROBERT E. MUSSEMANN JOHN W. NEAL DALE NEELY NOEL L. NEIFERT GEORGE JOHN NELSON JOHN C. NELSON DELBERT NEWBERRY DONALD E. NEWELL ERNEST H. NEWHOUSE PAUL A. NICHOLAS JACK NICHOLS JOHN B. NIMMONS FRED NIMZ ISAAC NIXON NORMAN NOBLE PAUL B. NOEL A. H. NOLAN JACK NOLDE MAURICE E. NORRELL CHARLES T. NORTHROP JOE NOVOTNY HUBERT NUSS KEITH O ' CONNOR HARRY J. OLDER ANDREW OLSON GEORGE E. OMER BURTON OSBORNE FRANK OSBORNE WILLIAM OSBORNE FRED R. OSHANT, JR. HENRY OSHANT WILLIAM D. OSWALD FRED C. OTIS JOHN H. OTIS C. H. OTTO, JR. DANIEL E. OVERHOLSER JOHN M. OWENS JAMES R. PAGE, JR. JACK PAIGE S. T. PAINTER CLYDE C. PARKER MAE L. PARSONS WILLIAM PATTERSON DONALD C. PATTON FRANCIS J. PAVLU FRANKLIN L. PEARCE REX PEARSON LESTER PELZEL WILLIAM G. PENNY H. E. PFORTMILLER LAWRENCE J. PFORTMILLER GEORGE PHILIP IV WIMBERLEY PIATT CHAT A. PICKEN WILLIAM W. PIERSON KEITH PING THOMAS PIVONKA PAUL PLUMB ROBERT K. PLUMB WILLIAM W. PLUMER BETTI E POLLOCK ★ ★ 5 ★ MEN OF FORT HAYS IN SERVICE CLEO R. POMEROY A. DALE PORTSCHY PAUL POWELL LEROY R. POWER HARRY PRATT HENRY J. PRATT CLOYD G. PUGH JOHN E. PURDY CLYDE L. PUTNAM RALPH D. QUINT RICHARD RADNOR FRANCIS B. RAFFETTO LLOYD W. RAGES RONALD T. RAMSEY G. T. RANDALL ROBERT RANDEL G. LAWRENCE RARICK ROBERT L. RATH JAMES RAWSON WILLIAM H. RAY KIRK C. RAYNESFORD BUD W. READ WILLIAM G. READ KENNETH REDDICK DONALD W. REED JAMES REED ROY REEVES REXFORD G. REILLY ELLIS E. REINHARDT WOODROW REINHOLD JOYCE REINKING NORMAN H. REINKING ERNEST R. REISSIG ROBERT V. REISSIG DAVID D. RELIHAN JOHN A. RENNER FLOYD E. REYNOLDS BENJAMIN E. RHOADES RUSSELL RHODES ROBERT R. RICE LOWELL E. RICHARDS ROBERT C. RICHARDS KENNETH RICHARDSON L. H. RICKARD MAX RICKARD JIMMIE RIDDLE WALTER RIDENOUR ALBERT A. RIEDEL WILBUR C. RILEY ELDON LYNN RIEGEL C. M. ROBBINS MARION L. ROBBINS O. R. ROBERTS JAMES ROBERTSON CORBIN E. ROBISON LEONARD J. ROBISON JACK W. RODGERS DAN ROEHL CHARLES R. ROEMER RAYMOND F. ROEMER NED O. ROLFS LAWRENCE ROMEISER ROSCOE RORABAUGH ARTHUR ROSE FRED E. ROSS RAYMOND ROTH O. E. ROUSE RUSSELL R. ROWE CLARE H. ROYCE RUBEN RUDY LANE B. RUEHLEN ROBERT N. RUEHLEN WARREN A. RUGAN JAS. F. RUMFORD PAUL A. RUPP M. E. RUTSCHMAN DWIGHT RYPMA WAYNE A. SALMANS JAMES SAMPSON JOHN R. SAMUELSON WAYNE F. SAMUELSON EDWIN A. SATTERLEE ROBERT L. SATTERLEE JOHN C. SAUERWEIN KARL F. SHERER EUGENE G. SCHLEGEL WARREN W. SCHMIDT ROBERT W. SCHNECK EDDIE L. SCHNEE GARNOLD H. SCHNEIDER IRVIN W. SCHNEIDER SOLOMON R. SCHNEIDER WARREN H. SCHOEN ARNOLD L. SCHOENTHALER KONRAD JACOB SCHOLL EUGENE W. SCHOOLER GAIL SCHRAEDER LEO L. SCHRAEDER VERNON V. SCHRAEDER BERNARD SCHREIBER HERBERT E. SCHRODER EARL G. SCHWARTZKOPF CHARLES F. SCHWARZ REX L. SCHWEIN CHESTER SCOTT RUSSELL E. SCOTT ROBERT D. SEAMAN HERMAN SEARCH KEITH G. SEBELIUS LAWRENCE SEBELIUS GORDON B. SEKAVEC HARVEY C. SEKAVEC H. A. SETTLES ORICE D. SETTLES ORPHEUS W. SETTLES, JR. DALE B. SHADE DON ROY SHAFFER DONALD E. SHARPE J. D. SHARP IRWIN L. SHAW, JR. VAN B. SHAW C. L. SHEDIVETZ BOB SHELLHAAS DALE SHELLHAAS MILLARD SHELTON JOHN A. SHICK LEVI B. SHERMAN, JR. GEORGE K. SHIPLEY WILLIAM C. SHOOK MAYO SHULTS RICHARD SIGLE JAMES C. SIM THAINE M. SIMMONDS VERGIL L. SIMON CLARKE SIMPSON DOROTHY SKAGGS OTIS SKUBAL RUDOLPH SKUBAL KENNETH I. SLEIGH ROBERT O. SLEIGH HARRY W. SLOAN JACK H. SLOAN NORMA J. SMITH AVIS SMITH DEAN R. SMITH FRANKLIN H. SMITH GERALD L. SMITH J. DAVID SMITH JAMES V. SMITH JOHN E. SMITH JOHN W. SMITH LESLIE H. SMITH MAURICE SMITH O. V. SMITH RALPH E. SMITH TOM H. SMITH U. J. SMITH, JR. VIRGIL E. SMITH DONALD SMITHERMAN C. E. SOASH ROBERT SOLOMON HORACE S. SPEAR MATTHEW H. SPEAR RALPH G. SPOMER LLOYD L. SPRIER L. KEITH SPRINGER ALVIN STAAB ALFRED STACKHOUSE JAMES STANTON LELAND W. STARKEY HAMPTON S. STEELE HOWARD C. STEHWIEN MARVIN F. STEHWEIN PAUL STENGER FLOYD STEPHENS WILLIAM E. STEPHENSON CARL STEPP IRIS STEVENSON DANIEL G. STEWART, JR. JOHN R. STEWART LYNN C. STEWART CLARENCE STINEMETZE LERAY O. STINEMETZE MILO G. STOCK, JR. WILLIAM H. STOWELL CLEM STRAMEL, JR. EUGENE STRAMEL RAYMOND G. STRAMEL JOHN J. STRECK ROY V. STUART WALTON H. STUCKY WALTER J. STUIVE PERRY W. STULL KEITH A. SUMMERS FRANK T. SUMMERSON HAROLD W. SUTLEY BERTON L. SWANK DALE A. SWANSON M. E. SWANSON RALPH E. SWEARINGEN PAUL C. SWEETLAND PERRY E. TALLEY ANSEL B. TARRENT BEVERLY TAYLOR GLENN E. TEEL JACK TEETERS ELDOR THAETE JAMES R. THARP VERN THEAKSTON GEORGE THOMAS K. C. THOMAS VICTOR G. THOMPSON CARL THURLOW G. W. TOMANEK ROBERT TOMBAUGH VICTOR TOMPKINS JAMES R. TORREY JOHN E. TOWNS ROBERT TOWNS WARREN F. TRIMMER JOHN TROUT DALE O. TRUMBO JACK C. TURNER RICHARD H. TUTTLE FRED UNRUH HENRY UPPENDAHL PAUL J. URBAN JOSEPH E. VAN CLEVE WALTER E. VANDEVENTER L. M. VAN DOREN G. ALLEN VAN KOOTEN ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ HARRY VANN ELMER VECERA WARREN C. VINE CLYDE VINSON ALVIN VYFF VERNON E. WAELDIN GILBERT WAGNER JOHN WAIT, JR. MELVIN A. WALKER WAYNE WALKER CLYDE L. WALLACE CARL P. WANASEK GEO. W. WARD JACK WARD LLOYD WARE FRANCIS A. WASINGER HOMER WATKINS ELTON L. WATTS JOHN J. WEBB NEIL WEBER ROBERT O. WEBSTER THOMAS G. WEBSTER WILLIAM L. WEEMS, JR. LAVENE J. WEIGEL WILMER WEIGEL LOREN WELLMAN K. L. WELLS RICHARD C. WELTY VIRGIL WENGER JAMES J. WESELY ROBERT WESSEL, JR. EVAN WEST MERLIN C. WHEATCROFT HARRY WHITE NEWLIN E. WHITE LOYD WHITHAM NED E. WHITMER KEITH WHITNEY CARL W. WICKE JAMES WICKIZER PAUL F. WIESNER CARL WIEST CHARLES WIGINGTON HENRY C. WILDGEN JOHN WILHELM DONALD F. WILLIAMS CARL A. WILLOUR CLAIR J. WILSON HOMER H. WILSON KENNETH F. WILSON RAY WILSON, JR. ROBERT E. WILSON JOHN C. WOELK CELESTINE WOLF BERNARD R. WOLFORD LYMAN WOOSTER HOWARD F. WRAY MILES IVAN WYCOFF WILLIAM WYNNE LYNN YANTISS DONALD A. YOST LLOYD YOST KEITH YOUNG RALPH YOUNGER ERNEST E. ZAMRZLA JOE D. ZAMRZLA DONALD ZEIGLER GEORGE T. ZEIGLER KEITH ZEIGLER R. L. ZEIGLER WADE ZEIGLER FRANCIS C. ZELLER BILL ZUERCHER 6 LYMAN D. WOOSTER, Ph. D. PRESIDENT Dr. L. D. Wooster is in his third year as Presi- dent of Fort Hays College. His steady and calm leadership provides a serene atmosphere in the midst of chaos and uncertainty. Administration E. R. McCartney Dean and Professor of Economics Elizabeth J. Agnew Dean Emeritus of Women William D. Moreland Advisor to Men and Professor of Political Science and Sociology Standlee V. Dalton Registrar and Assistant Professor of Botany Maude I. Gorham Advisor to Women and Assistant Profes- sor of Psychology Irvine F. Wilson Bursar and Assistant Professor of Business Administration 7 Top Row — Fred A. Albertson, Botany, Head of Depart- ment; R. U. Brooks, Asst. Prof, of Industrial Arts, Super- intendent of Buildings; Edna Coder, Asst. Prof, of English; Thelma DeForest, Asst. Prof, of Bus. Admin.; Helen Fisher, Asst. Librarian; W. J. Lincoln, Instructor in Eco- nomics and Business Administration. Second Row — Elizabeth Barbour, Asst. Prof, of Phvs. Edu- cation; Hugh Burnett, Asst. Prof, of Political Science, Director of Extension Service; Edward Everett Colyer, Prof, of Mathematics; Drew Dobosh, Asst. Prof, of Art; Emma Golden, Asst. Prof, of Language; Verne Lippert, Instructor in Physics. Third Row — William L. Bearley, Assoc. Prof, of Physical Education; Grace Card, Asst. Prof, of Health; Pearl Cruise, Asst. Prof, of Education; Miles Eaton. Instructor in His- tory; Ralph Huffman, Instructor in Industrial Arts and Physical Education; Rosella McCarroll, Asst. Prof, of Edu- cation. Fourth Row — Maurine Bergland, Instructor in Phys. Edu- cation; Hoyle Carpenter, Instructor in Music; Edwin Davis, Prof, of Industrial Arts, Head of Department; Lucille Felten, Asst. Prof, of Music; Modesto Jacobini, Professor of Languages, Head of Department; Clyde McCormick, Prof, of Mathematics, Head of Department. Fifth Row — Charles Henry Brooks, Asst. Prof, of Lan- guage; Vernon Clover, Asst. Prof, of Economics; Gaynelle Davis, Asst. Prof, of Education, Supervisor of Teacher Training; Wayne Fisher, Instructor in Physics; Wendell Kellogg, Instructor in Journalism and English; Margaret McGimsey, Assistant Librarian. 8 Top Row — Myrta McGinnis, Professor of English, Head of Department; William Hugh Miller, Professor of Music, Head of Department; Alvin Proctor, Instructor in History; James E. Rouse. Prof, of Agriculture, Head of Department: Floyd B. Streeter, Prof, of Library Science, Librarian; Walter Wallerstedt, Instructor In Printing. Second Row — Robert Timothy McGrath, Professor of Edu- cation, Head of Department; Robert L. Parker, Professor of History; Roy Rankin, Professor of Chemistry, Head of Department; Ira O. Scott, Asst. Prof, of Education; Earl Swafford, Asst. Prof, of Mathematics; Thornton Walton Wells, Asst. Prof, of English. Third Row — Maude McMindes, Assoc. Prof, of Education, Director of Teacher Training; Gladys Patton, Asst. Prof, of Home Economics; Homer B. Reed, Professor of Psychology, Head of Department; Clarice Short, Asst. Prof, of English; Leonard W. Thompson, Eco- nomics, Head of Department; Raymond Welty, His- tory, Head of Department. Fourth Row — Carl Malmberg, Asst. Prof, of Music; Mary Mae Paul, Asst. Prof, of Education, Supervisor of Teacher Training; Andrew Riegel, Asst. Prof, of Botany; Dorothy Spencer, Assistant Librarian; Mar- garet Van Ackeren, Assistant Librarian; Charles Fisher Wiest, Philosophy, Head of Department. Fifth Row — Everett Marshall, Asst. Prof, of History; Jessie Pearce, Asst. Professor of Health; George Rob- ertson, Professor of Zoology, Head of Department; James R. Start, Professor of Speech, Head of Depart- ment; Mabel Vandiver, Art, Head of Department; Harvey A. Zinszer, Physics and Astronomy, Head of Department. 9 Emma Albertson Patricia Allegre Richard Anton Norma Bainter Leona Barton Mary Lou Blakely Helen Boettger June Breckenridge Nellie Campbell Kathryn Chalk Mary Clarke Dorothy Davey Arlene DeBoer Harlan DeWald Dorothy Dillon Elenor Dougherty Elsie B. Earl Bonnie Eastlack Bill Evans Betty Maye Ferguson Lee Dale Foos Imogene Frack June Gale Dorothy Galloway Roma Gatewood Dean Gilley Dorothy Harris Gene Herbert Donna Hofer O. M. Hull Bernadene Jones Bessie Jordan Betty Lang Dorothy Lange Marva Lange Marjorie Lahey Nick Linnenberger Betty Long Betty Lowe Nina Latham Lorn a Mae Lewis Faye Maag V Aft k dm Wf VI [ v — P ' Ufti ifl V SL NBJ Hf j | V ft ft T Hiirrl TT IPr IRH ■A r I ■b«. I f |W 1 1 , i I LJfift r 1 UO| 3 • I v • ■ VI L m ■ b I i fll r 4Bl II r 1 3 II w - 13 fti Ik I I yfWm ft % A r V— 1 5 I jH 1 1 1ft 1 l Tlf W IB 1 Bl i sD 1 ft ” vivvl f .jgkW ySB 1 B 1 B ( VB BPv r WBi 1 i . v wm i m i Bn, B I , ft 1 Bft I I I ft | 1 ftk |Mf 1 a ■■ | BB L b j Y+ 1 I 1 A BL ftl ft. 1 I k y Connie Miller Donna Jean Myerly Barbara McCall Shirley McCoid Norma McClaren Marjorie McClung Marilee McLaughlin Kenneth McReynolds Marjorie Newton Doris Peirano Helen Petterson Gracie Piros Dorothy Plummer Virginia Pratt Violet Sabin Gladys Schreiber Vera Mae Seegrist Maxine Shipler James Randolph Simmons Marjorie Simpson Norma Lee Smith Barbara Snyder Elsie Steponick Peggy Stice Imogens Stoker Betty Strong Joyce Radnor Sophia Ruder Laytha Ryan Hope Town ley Vanna Turley Agnese Turman Wanda Vine Marie Van Loenen Janie Von Feldt Donna Mae Walsh Agnes Weissbeck Mildred Weishapl Pat Wells Wanda Weyrich Wilma Wilds Billie Williamson Rosie Wilson Don Wise Marion Witt Georgia Wolfram Alta Mae Wood Cynthia Wooster i Clara Wright SOPHOMORES Phyllis Batman Atha Faye Broadbrooks Eileen Broberg Pearl Brotemarkle Lorn a Brown Marcella Brungardt Mary Beth Burns Dazey Gene Compton Virginia Craft Edna Dibble Maxine Gage Elaine Grafel Reba Grimes Milda Harris Estella Hayes Esther Hueftle Elda Johnson Mildred Knight Anita Mae Landrum Kathryn Law Anna Locker Frances Locker Virginia Lusk Naomi Mag ley LaVon McIlrath Josephine McKittrick Alice Mahree Meade Lois Lee Myerly Peggy Nichols Margaret Oldham Doris Rahjes Thelma Riggs Maxa Rorabaugii Betty Jo Salmon June Schweitzer Helen Shaw An nell a Skeen Creta Sproul Lois Timken Edith Vermillion Rosalie Wilds Ellen Witt Viola Wilson Annabelle Wylie 12 JUNIORS Dale Berneking Dorothy Biggs Lois Bochoven Doloros Bolan Louise Chappell Florence Clark Estella Crabtree Geraldine Daniel Annabelle Davis Lybran Endsley Patilu Farquharson Geraldine Farr LoRee Grumbein Ruth Hueftle Betty Hijenergardt Florence Johnson Darlene Klenk Lorena Lijder Mary Jean Martin Annabelle Montgomery Louise Moore Laura Ann Patton Norma Jane Rowton Helen Shell Zelpha Thornburg Winifred Weston Bill Whitaker Margaret Wilson 13 Caroline Adams Mildred Albertson John Barrett Dean Bottorff Nadyne Bradley Ethel Cathcart Ruth Cossell Linus Drees Arnold Gackstatter Norma Giess Vergene Gleason Herman Harris Elaine Harrenstein Irene Holtzinger Marie Howk Nancy Howland Harriet Hunsley Evelyn Kraus Gladys Kuhn Margaret Lund IONE MORFORD Marjorie Morris Kay Newton Betty Patton Forrest Nolan Ruehlen Evelyn Simons Marjorie Spreier Dorothy Sproul Lorene Sproul Harold Sutley Verna Jean Thompson Eda Jean Webb Maxine Whitted Anna Mae Wolfram Helene Wurm CLASS OF 1 9 4 4 14 THE SENIORS . . . MAJORS AND MINORS Class Officers Beryl Palmer Atwood B.S. in Business Administration (Major) Business Administration Duck Club; International Relations; A Cappella Choir; W.A.A.; Women’s Leadership; Y.W.C.A.; Little Theatre; President of Senior Class Gertrude Morrish .... Oberlin A. B. (Major) Zoology, (Minor) English Sigma Alpha Iota; Band; Reveille; Tigerettes; Women’s Leadership; Y.W.C.A.; Orchestra; Vice-President of Senior Class Betty Hadley Alton B. S. in Business Administration (Major) Business Administration Band; Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class; Kappa Phi; Y.W.C.A. ★ ★ ★ Caroline Adams Belpre B.S. in Education (Major) Elementary Education (Minor) English, Home Economics Kappa Phi; Women’s Leadership; Y.W.C.A.; Student Council; President of Theta Sigma Upsilon Mildred Albertson Hays B.M. (Major) Violin Kappa Phi; Sigma Alpha Iota, Parlia- mentary Law; Second Generation Club; Tigerettes; W.A.A.; Women’s Leadership (President); Y.W.C.A.; President of Student Council; Orches- tra; Student body chairman; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities; Reveille Queen John Barrett Randall A.B. (Major) Mathematics (Minor) Physics Engineer’s Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon; International Relations; Seventh Cav- alry; Band; Y.M.C.A.; Sigma Pi Sigma Dean Bottorff Osborne A. B. (Major) Chemistry (Minor) German Little Theatre Nadyne Bradley Hays B. S. in Physical Education (Major) Physical Education • Ethel Cathcart Oberlin B.S. in Mathematics (Major) Mathematics Theta Epsilon; Y.W.C.A. (President); Delta Epsilon; Who’s Who in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges Ruth Virginia Cossell . . Greensburg B. S. in Home Economics (Major) Home Economics Home Economics Club; Delta Sigma Epsilon; International Relations; Leader; Parliamentary Law; Pi Kappa Delta; President of Tigerettes; Wom- en’s Leadership; Y.W.C.A.; Orchestra; Little Theatre; State Secretary of Stu- dent Home Economics Club • Linus Drees Havs A.B. (Major) Mathematics Phi Mu Alpha; Engineer’s Club; New- man Club; Band Arnold Gackstatter . . Phillipsburg B.S. in Education (Major) Chemistry; Education (Minor) Biology Sigma Tau Gamma; Y.M.C.A. Norma Giess Arnold B.S. in Home Economics (Major) Home Economics Alpha Sigma Alpha; Home Economics Club; Quill Club; W.A.A.; Kappa Phi Vergene Gleason Seward B.M. (Major) Music Education A Cappella Choir; Sigma Alpha Iota; Band; Tigerettes; W.A.A.; Women’s Leadership; Orchestra Herman Harris Kinsley B.S. in Education (Major) History (Minor) Mathematics Phi Delta Chi; Y.M.C.A. Elaine Harrenstein .... Hays A. B. (Major) English (Minor) French Irene Holtzinger Ellis B. M. (Major) Music Education (Minor) English Sigma Alpha Iota; A Cappella Choir; Second Generation Club; Orchestra; Little Theatre Marie Howk Bird City A. B. (Major) History (Minor) Journalism International Relations; Leader edi- tor; Quill Club; Band; Reveille; W.A.A.; Women’s Leadership; Little Theatre • Nancy Howland Atwood B. S. in Education (Major) Elementary Education (Minor) English and History International Relations; Y.W.C.A. Harriet Hunsley , Larned B.S. in Business Administration (Major) Business Administration Alpha Sigma Alpha Evelyn Kraus Ransom A. B. (Major) English (Minor) Latin Gladys Kuhn Hanston B. S. in Home Economics (Major) Home Economics Home Economics Club; Kappa Phi; Y.W.C.A. Margaret Lund Ensign B.S. in Art (Major) Art (Minor) Home Economics Delta Sigma Epsilon; Kappa Pi; Home Economics Club • Ione Morford Haviland B.S. in Education (Major) English (Minor) History Delta Kappa Gamma; Kappa Phi; International Relations; Y.W.C.A. Marjorie Morris Hill City B.S. in Education (Major) Elementary Education (Minor) Music and English Delta Sigma Epsilon; A Cappella Choir; Tigerettes Kay Newton Goodland B.S. in Home Economics (Major) Home Economics Sigma Sigma Sigma; Home Economics Club; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. Betty Patton Osborne B.S. (Major) Mathematics Band; A Cappella Choir; Y.W.C.A.; Phi Chi Delta; Delta Epsilon Forrest Nolan Ruehlen . . Larned A. B. (Major) Mathematics (Minor) Physics Delta Epsilon Ev elyn Simons Stockton B. M. (Major) Music Education Kappa Phi; Sigma Alpha Iota; A Cap- pella Choir; Second Generation Club; Band; Y.W.C.A.; Orchestra Marjorie Spreier Rozel B.S. in Education (Major) Elementary Education (Minor) Home Economics and English Theta Epsilon; Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A. Dorothy Sproul Oberlin B.S. in Education (Major) Business Administration (Minor) English Kappa Phi • Lorene Sproul Oberlin B.S. in Education (Major) Elementary Education (Minor) English and Art Kappa Phi Harold Sutley Speed B.S. in Business Administration (Major) Business Administration Parliamentary Law; Y.M.C.A.; Little Theatre Verna Jane Thompson .... Hays B.S. in Business Administration (Major) Business Administration Alpha Sigma Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu; Women’s Leadership; Little Theatre Eda Jean Webb Alton B.S. in Home Economics (Major) Home Economics Home Economics Club; Kappa Phi; Y.W.C.A.; Little Theatre Maxine Wiiitted . Long Island, Nebr. B.S. in Education (Major) Elementary Education (Minor) English and Biology Quill Club; Y.W.C.A.; Kappa Phi Anna Mae Wolfram . . . Herndon B.S. in Home Economics (Major) Home Economics Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A. Helene Wurm Oberlin B.M. (Major) Music Education (Minor) English Sigma Alpha Iota, president; Junior class president; A Cappella Choir; Band; Women’s Leadership; Y.W.C.A.; Student Council; Orchestra 15 £u.een at Tott 4-jaui MARTY LOU NORTON 16 STUDENT LEADERS The Student Council had no problem concerning the legality of meat lines and painted faces this year, but its attention has been directed to other channels. This executive committee has been exceptionally active, accomplishing a complete revision of the Constitution, as well as taking the initial step towards the long-dreamed-of Student Union Building. Seated — Esther Hueftle, Elinor Brining, Ruth Hueftle, Phyllis Blackburn, Martha Lou Norton, Ruth Cossell, President, Beryl Palmer, Secretary-Treasurer, Caroline Adams, Vice-President, Florence Johnson, June Gale, Mildred Albertson. Standing — Norbert Dreiling, Jack Main, Dean McCartney, Sponsor. 18 WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP . . . Stunt Night, Benefit Dance, Aiding at Red Cross, and parties for Avia- tion Students are some of the activities sponsored by this group of women leaders. First semester presi- dent, Mildred Albertson; second semester president, Caroline Adams. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS . . . The organization which is perhaps the most “up-to-the-minute” in regard to national and international affairs devotes its meetings to discussions of current events and special programs with outside speakers. Helen McKinney was first semester president; Annabelle Mont- gomery, second semester president. QUILL CLUB.. . They “take their pen in hand” to draw word pictures for themselves and the group. To become a member, a student must submit a manuscript that meets the approval of active members. Evelyn Kraus is chancellor of Quill Club. 19 SWINGING ALONG SINGING A SONG “Your son s gone back to school ' ' With the increase in emphasis upon air- power in the present war, it became evi- dent to both civil and military authorities that unless immediate steps were taken, this country would be faced with a crit- ical shortage of young men qualified both physically and mentally for training as commissioned aircrew combat teams. It has been the general policy of the Army to refrain from entering the non- military educational field. However, late in the year 1942, it was realized that this policy must be dropped, or at least par- tially modified. As a result of this move, in January, 1943, the Army announced a training program in which men phys- ically and academically qualified would be sent to certain established colleges throughout the United States for a period of training prior to entering the already established preflight units of which Ft. Hays was selected as one of these detach- ments. ☆ COMAAAN DING OFFICERS Captain Soderbloom Delphos, Kansas Served as Commanding Officer Second row Lt. Mae Dallas, Texas Director of Training Lt. Eades Geneva, New York Adjutant Third row Lt. Edgar Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Tactical Officer Lt. Reverman Louisville, Kentucky Commandant Students 2C n ■ i [_ , Tr wmm r ,J r J|® Hi Im • •3r , « rt 3 [ X " ' 9 r_ ”ii X—— 1 MS ' . ' r Ur xp. • Bb " • SI • • • • ' . ’ ? j ' ‘I n .wW- r 1 • - : 1 .ft r « , • ■ jmr, • H9.- - ■ V„ ; 1 .. .» - • ? 1 5 1 ™ 4 j . jpHHHi B SkafeJ DjTjSi J| _l - r JH ] f " l [ • . 1 ' • ' 1 | 1 » || V ry Mu H 9 1 «I 1 1 23 Y.W.C.A. and Y.M.C.A. The Young Women’s Christian Association and the Young Men’s Christian Association have been under the leadership of Ethel Cathcart and Lybran Endsley, respectively. Due to a drop in enrollment the two organizations have held joint meetings which have been made more inter- esting with outside speakers, movies, and parties. The Y.M. and Y.W. sponsored Religious Emphasis Week. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is a religious organization cf Catholic students in a non-secular institution. The group meets on the first and third Wednesday of the month and has affiliated with the New- man Club composed of the Aviation Students for social gatherings. Doris Peirano is president of the college club. The group also participated in Religious Emphasis Week. wgy L V T 1 (a T a; JffKJg v i ■Hnfp l r- ; . -r . i ir TIGERETTES and BILL CHEERING FOR VICTORY The primary need for this group of pepsters was small until “the” K-Club, Bill Whitaker, organ- ized a basketball team for the enjoyment of college men and army officers. First semester presi- dent of Tigerettes, Helen McKinney; second semester president, Laura Ann Patton; Cheer- leader, Doris Peirano. 25 GIRLS’ SPORTS The girl athletes of Fort Hays have participated in and sponsored intramurals, a rummage sale, and an all-school carnival this year. Annabelle Wylie was president of W.A.A. — Orchesis and swimming are under the supervision of Miss Elizabeth Barbour. -.V - fh mi IlMiM GIRLS ' PHYSICAL EDUCATION The varied program of the physical education department this year includes such sports as: Volleyball, Tennis, Archery, Tapping, and various other forms of dancing. 26 ORCHESIS The Orchesis group worked on a project during the fall semester, using poetry as an accom- paniment instead of music. This project was chosen to aid the group in understanding the dance recital given in January by Miss Ruth Page. DUCK CLUB This group meets once a week — partly for fun, with games and stunts — and partly with a serious motive, since some in the group are working for American Red Cross Water Safety and Life-Saving Certificates. 27 THERE’S MUSIC IN THE AIR Each listener is carried through a mist of memories as if by blended voices out of the past. • • • Director William Hugh Miller and the Women’s Chorus made their first public performance this year at the Kansas State Teachers’ Association. At the Christmas Vespers, the Chorus was obscured from view, allowing only its melodies to reach the consciousness of its audience. The members of the Chorus are: Mildred Albertson, Helen Boettger, Nellie Campbell, Florence Clark, Estella Crabtree, Arlene DeBoer, Dorothy Dillon, Maxine Gage, Roma Gatewood, Vergene Gleason, Elaine Grafel, LoRee Grumbein, Milda Harris, Irene Holtzinger, Esther Hueftle, Darlene Klenk, Evelyn Kraus, Kathryn Law, Betty Long, Betty Lowe, Virginia Lusk, Naomi Magley, Barbara McCall, Norma McClaren, Marjorie McGrath, Marilee McLaughlin, Alice Mahree Meade, Corinne Miller, Wanda Jean Miller, Helen Petter- son, Dorothy Plummer, Virginia Pratt, Latha Ryan, Betty Jo Sal- mon, Gladys Schreiber, Marjorie Simpson, Norma Lee Smith, Ales- sandri Steponick, Agnese Turman, Marie Van Loenen, Edith Vermillion, Wanda Vine, Agnes Weissbeck, Viola Wilson, Georgia Wolfram, Cynthia Wooster, Clara Wright, Helene Wurm. 28 THE MAESTRO TAKES THE STAND The baton is poised and immediately the chords of the open- ing symphony fill the room. These musicians, under the direction of Carl Malmberg and Robert Gantner, have been presented at two concerts this year. The first performance was for the State Teachers’ Association and later a mid-winter concert was given at the St. Joseph’s College. The Fort Hays Symphony has as members this year students of Fort Hays College and Hays High School, faculty members of the College, residents of Hays, and soldiers from the Walker Air Base. The personnel is as follows: violins, Mildred Albertson, Cynthia Wooster, Carol Jean Gantner, Marjorie Lebsack, Evelyn Kraus, Roma Gatewood, Virginia Pratt, Corinne Miller, Lucille Felten, Irene Holtzinger, Betty Jean Schmutz, Mary Lou Fellers, Ted McNutt, Rosann King, Ruth Thomas, June Holcomb, Foster Needles, Marilyn Needles; violas, Clara Malloy, Bonnie Eastlack, Marion Witt, Virginia Oshant, Robert Wynne; cellos, Polly Leh- walder, Lois Carpenter, Ruth Riggs, Alexander Meier, Mildred Simpson, Elaine Williams, Phyllis McCoid; basses, Tom Middleton, Dorothy Popp, Henrietta Hauschild, Jean Scott; flutes, Gertrude Morrish, Lois Lee Myerly, Agnese Turman; oboes, Hoyle Carpen- ter, Josephine Goodnough, Donna Jean Myerly; clarinets, Milton Shapiro, Father Timothy Gottschalk, Barbara Snyder, Elda John- son; bassoons, Wanda Vine, Pat Felten; horns, Winnie Flora, Robert Eickbush, Robert Gantner; trumpets, Stanley Cauffman, Leon Cohen, Dale Barr, Gladys Schreiber; trombones, Lorna May Lewis, William Penrod; tuba, Jean Kenyon; percussion, Helene Wurm, Ruby pllen Malmberg. 29 “WHO SAID CO-ED — ?” MARIE HOWK — Editor MARY BETH BURNS — Business Mgr. “Sailin’, sailin’, over the deep blue sea,” and the Leader starts its voyage to the three-hundred odd Ft. Hays boys overseas with not a man on the staff. The weekly publication, despite the man-power short- age, “went to press” every Thursday, as it always has, and by Friday afternoon eighteen hundred copies had been mailed out. Under the capable direction of Marie Howk, editor and Mary Beth Burns, business manager, the Leader has become a link between the college and war camps. Those assisting her included: Center top - Anita Mae Landrum, Corrine Miller. Middle row — Pearl Brotemarkle, Patricia Allegre, Atha Faye Broadbrooks, Phyllis Roach, Mildred Knight. Bottom row — Ruth Laizure, Grade Piros, Phyllis Batman, Margaret Oldham, Josephine McKittrick, June Schweitzer. Wendell Kellogg, Faculty Adviser . . . Walter Wallersgedt, Printing Instructor 30 O N A Hhoe5tlinj Hud jet PHYLLIS BLACKBURN — Editor NORBERT DREILING — Business Mgr . Alice Maiiree Meade Gertrude Morrish Lois Lee Myerly Cynthia Wooster Annabelle Davis The 1944 Reveille is presented by the staff as the result of their work throughout the school year to bring to you a panorama of campus activities. Although the staff was small, and activities have suffered alter- ations due to the war, it is hoped that this Reveille will serve as a mirror of college life, and an indica- tion that an attempt is being made to continue a normal college year. Phyllis Blackburn, junior, served as editor and Norbert Dreiling was selected from the freshman ranks, as business manager. Mr. Wendell Kellogg, adviser. 31 HOME ECONOMICS The home-makers of tomorrow are the Home Economics Club of today. The Home Econom- ics Club is open to majors and minors in home economics. Many interesting and worthwhile programs are held. The debate team, under the direction of Mr. James H. Start have represented the college in many contests throughout the state. The students have participated in the oratory, extem- pore speaking, and public relations discussion contests. jIU H t ' i ■ II ■ ■■■ It 9 J n li WAR-TIME-TIGERS Yes, Fort Hays had a basketball team this year, and they enjoyed a most successful season. The mainstay on the team this year was Bill Whitaker, who organized and managed the “War Time Tiger Team,” which was made up of Fort Hays men and Army personnel. Top Row — Edger, Eades, Barr, Whitaker Bottom Row — Reverman, Friskel Hays Opponent 38 Walker Air Field . . .... 35 44 Bethany College . . . .... 31 29 Garden City Air Field .... 33 36 Garden City Air Field ... 39 33 Walker Air Field .... 42 50 Fort Riley .... 40 82 Sterling College . . . .... 28 42 Garden City .... .... 30 41 Garden City .... .... 33 61 Fort Riley .... 42 30 Liberal Air Field . . .... 44 79 Sterling College . . . .... 22 70 Walker Air Field . . ... 52 80 Walker Air Field . . .... 28 74 Bethany College . . . ... 32 33 OFFICERS PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL President Beverly Strain Secretary Betty Ellen Landrum Treasurer Harriet Hunsley MEMBERS Peggy Nichols, Marjorie Morris, Beverly Strain, Harriet Hunsley, Frances Locker, Anna Locker, Kay Newton, Betty Ellen Landrum Pan Hellenic Council is composed of representatives from the four sororities on the campus. The purpose of the Council is to pro- mote the same spirit and cooperation among the organizations as it is between individuals in every group. All groups stand for good scholarship, for the maintenance of high social standards, and good college citizenship. Sorority life is not the enjoyment of special privileges, but rather an opportunity to build character, develop personality and charm, and to serve others. 34 President . . . Vice-President OFFICERS Harriet Hunsley Rubie Loreg ALPHA SIGMA Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Frances Locke:? Agnes Weissbeck ALPHA MEMBERS Back Row - Helen Peterson, Betty Lang, Agnes Weissbeck, Verna Jane Thompson, Mary Clark. Middle Row — Harriet Hunsley, Norma Giess, Miss Paul, Wanda Weyrich, Marjorie Laiiey. Front Row — Mary Von Feldt, Frances Locker. FOUNDED IN 1901 AT FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA, INSTALLED F.H.K.S.C. 1927 35 OFFICERS DELTA SIGMA EPSILON President Ruth Cossell Vice-President Lois Timken Secretary . . Laura Ann Patton Treasurer Margaret Lund MEMBERS Back Row — Lois Timken, Jane Rowton, Doris Mae Peirano, Agnese Turman, Cynthia Wooster, Helen McKinney, Annabelle Montgom- ery, Ruth Cossell, Bette Huenergardt, Phyllis Roach, Marion Witt, Pat Wells, Shirley McCoid. Middle Row - Gene Compton, Atha Faye Broadbrooks, Beverly Strain, Marjorie Morris, Laura Ann Patton, Peggy Nichols. Front Row — Pat Allegre, Annabelle Wiley, Opal Williams, Margaret Lund, Barbara Snyder, Maxa Rorabaugh. FOUNDED IN 1914 AT OXFORD, OHIO, INSTALLED F.H.K.S.C. 1925 36 President . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . OFFICERS Helene Wurm . . . . Wanda Jean Miller . . . . Martha Lou Norton Viola Wilson SIGMA ALPHA IOTA MEMBERS Back Row - Norma McClaren, Helene Wurm, Viola Wilson, Roma Gatewood, Virginia Lusk, Evelyn Simons, Mildred Albertson, Laura Ann Patton. Middle Row — Irene Holtzinger, Elda Johnson, Gertrude Morrish, Kathryn Law, Bonnie Eastlack, Vergene Gleason. Front Row - Dorothy Dillon, Martha Lou Norton, Wanda Jean Mtller, Betty Long, Virginia Pratt. FOUNDED IN 1903 AT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, INSTALLED F.H.K.S.C. 1931 37 OFFICERS THETA SIGMA UPSILON President Caroline Adams Vice-President ....... Florence Clark Secretary Thelma Riggs Treasurer Betty Metcalf MEMBERS Standing — Kathryn Chalk, Alice Maiiree Meade. Back Row - Anita Mae Landrum, Florence Clark, Caroline Adams, Marjorie McGrath, Margaret Wilson, Marcella Brungardt, Elaine Grafel. Middle Row — June Schweitzer, Mrs. Coder, Betty Metcalf, Corinne Whitham, Patilu Farquharson, Thelma Riggs. Front Row — Lois Bockoven, Betty Ellen Landrum, Mary Beth Burns, Annabelle Davis. FOUNDED IN 1921 AT EMPORIA, KANSAS, INSTALLED F.H.K.S.C. 1928 33 OFFICERS President — First Semester . . Mildred Albertson President — Second Semester . . Delores Bolan Vice-President Elda Johnson Secretary Elinor Brining Treasurer Creta Sproul KAPPA PHI MEMBERS Caroline Adams, Mildred Albertson, Fern Amstutz, Fayne Amstutz, Dorothy Bice, Phyllis Blackburn, Delores Bolan, Elinor Brining, Mary Beth Burns, Louise Chappell, Virginia Craft, LoRee Grumbein, Betty Hadley, Elaine Harrenstein, Esther Hueftle, Ruth Hueftle, Elda Johnson, Darlene Klenk, Gladys Kuhn, Ruth Laizure, Kath- ryn Law, Naomi Magley, Marjorie McGrath, Mary Jean Martin, Evelyn Simons, Creta Sproul, Dorothy Sproul, Lorene Sproul, Betty Squire, Beverly Strain, Lois Timken, Edith Vermillion, Eda Jean Webb, Winifred Weston, Maxine Whitted, Rosalie Wilds, Norma Bainter, Mary Lou Blakely, Helen Boettger, Kathryn Chalk, Betty Ferguson, Lewida Finkenbinder, Maxine Gage, June Gale, Dorothy Galloway, Norma Giess, Dorothy Harris, Lorn a May Lewis, Dorothy Lange, Marva Lange, Betty Lowe, Barbara McCall, Marger y McClung, Marilee McLaughlin, Ione Morford, Donna Jean Myerly, Lois Lee Myerly, Dorothy Plummer, Laytha Ryan, Joyce Radnor, Marjorie Simpson, Barbara Snyder, Hope Townley, Wilma Wilds, Alta Mae Wood, Cora Bibens, sponsor. 3 ? OFFICERS SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA President Kay Newton Vice-President Grace Resch Secretary Ida Beesley Treasurer Anna Locker MEMBERS — Miss Patton, Sponsor, Ida Beesley, Marjorie Newton, Kay Newton, Anna Locker, Lorna Mae Lewis THETA EPSILON The first chapter of Theta Epsilon was organized at the State University of Iowa in 1923. The Iota Chapter of Theta Epsilon was installed on the Hays Campus on March 2, 1940. OFFICERS 40 President . . Vice-President Secretary . . Marjorie Spreier Irene Thornburg . Beryl Palmer For seventeen years, Mrs. Ethel McKenna (or “Mother Mac, " as she is fondly known to “her girls " ) has reigned as housemother over Custer Hall. Seventy-seven girls resided there this year. Officers elected for the year were: Anna Mae Wolfram, first semester president; Marie Howk, second semester presi- dent; Irene Holtzinger, first semester vice-president; Peggy Stice, second semester vice-president; Beryl Palmer and Emma Albertson served as first semester secretary and treasurer, respectively, and Phyllis Roach and Elaine Grafel held the positions second semester. Fifty Wesley Hall girls are under the supervision of Mrs. Martha L. Walter, housemother. Dorothy Sproul served as president to the “Wesleyites” both semesters. Estella Hays and Evelyn Kraus shared the position of vice-president, and Ruth Hueftle held the position of secretary-treasurer both semesters. Both dormitories held an informal and formal party during the year. 41 THE COLLEGE SWEET SHOP Sweet Things for the Sweet Automatic Phonographs for Every Occasion Service and Choice Quality Meats PHONE 90 The Student Rendezvous ABC DRUG CO. BAHL BROS. REALTORS Rexall Store HAYS, KANSAS 1007 Main P. O. Box 428 Phone 80 HAYS KANSAS 110W. 9th Phone 141 Complete Stock of LADIES’ READY-TO-WEAR . , . MILLINERY HOSIERY AND SHOES Sportswear SCHERER ' S Formal Wear Our Expert Repair Work Gets the Best Out of Your Car! Phone 803 RUPP MOTOR COMPANY Supplies — Radios — Chairs Heaters — Goodyear Tires and Accessories 618 Main 43 Complete Home Furnishings ★ Abernathy Solid Walnut Bedroom and Dining Room Suites ★ HOME FURNITURE COMPANY ★ Also: Repair Service ★ No Service Too Small None Too Large Our Only Aim: Your Satisfaction ★ Geo. J. Gottschalk Phone 236 802 Main The HARKNESS PHARMACY ★ The Choicest in Cosmetics Drugs Sodas Magazines ★ Registered and Capable Pharmacists ★ Conveniently Located at 716 Main Phone 76 ★ A. A. HARKNESS Proprietor 44 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 119 East 11th Hardware — Gifts Home and Auto Repairs Phone 321 The Chick That Hooked My Notebook, Had Better Speak IJp if It ' s Anyplace It’s at WIESNER’S DEPARTMENT STORE Clothing Groceries Meats Drygoods ★ ★ ★ Toys and Trinkets ★ ★ ★ Ladies Ready-to-wear Furniture ★ ★ ★ HAYS Northwest Kansas’ Biggest Department Store ' ' KANSAS 45 VERN WEBSTER, JEWELERS Lamer Hotel Bldg., Hays 1 23 N. Santa Fe, Salina, Kansas Quality Prevails GEO. PHILIP SON Phone 63 Home Phone 302 Dealers in HARDWARE COAL AND GAS HEATERS AND RANGES PAINT, OIL AND GLASS CUTLERY Eighth and Main Hays, Kansas 47 Mus c for All Hays Music Company 714 Main Phone 1215 Alexander Phannenstiel Class 1928 Property Management — Sales Insurance ABBIE’S CAFE “The Home of Good Food ' ' 706 Main Phone 1378 Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sherrill, Props. HAYS KANSAS BEN F. DREILING MOTOR SALES USED CARS Repairs Refinishing Dealers in Buick — GM C Trucks — Pontiac HAYS Phone 192 KANSAS “Say It With Flowers " BAXTER ' S FLOWER SHOP Corsages and Flowers for every occasion Phone 130 705 Main SCH WALLER LUMBER CO. Remodel Repair Build Quality Materials Phone 92 49 To Do It Better May Pay Dividends Sister With Everyone DECHANTS CASH GROCERY S W SUPPLY CO Prices fo Fit the Income 111 West 8th Hays, Kansas Phone 318 Modern Efficient Twenty-four Hour Service JEP’S SUPER SERVICE STATION Dependable Phone 400 FARMER’S CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Grain — Coal — Seed — Feed Service Station and Bulk Station HAYS KANSAS The story of the Tigers as presented in this, the 30th volume of the Reveille, is an outstanding achievement in the face of many unusual difficulties. . . . We join the men and women of Fort Hays in extending our congratulations to the very capable Reveille Staff and the Board of Publications THE McCORMICK-ARMSTRONG COMPANY Printing • Lithography • Advertising • Photography WICHITA, KANSAS O’LOUGHLIN MOTOR SALES Mechanized and Body Repair Work Tire Recapping Used Cars ★ ★ ★ Dealers in Chevrolet and Oldsmobile 120 W. 12th Phone 474 52 Not Superman But Super Service FELTEN TRANSFER and TRUCK LINES Daily Service From Kansas City to Colby HAYS, KANSAS Phone 1 69 With this ring ... YOU ' LL BE SMARTLY WED! Beautiful Art-Carved Gold Exquisite designs delicately art-carved into golden bands . . . narrow, medium or wide, as you choose! Rings with a fine-wrought loveliness . . . that bespeak taste and dis- tinction! Let us show you our col- lection of these fine rings, created for the smart and lovely bride. MORRISON’S JEWELRY STORE 107 W. 10th Phone 152 53 ( £££ t||9 Engravings in this book made by ENGRAVING CO. Always a Good Show FOX STRAND THEATRE Comfortable Seats Air-Conditioned THE FARMERS STATE BANK ‘Tour Bank " A Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Every Deposit Account Insured up to $5,000 Under Federal Deposit Insurance Plan Total Capital Surplus $150,000 What do we m iss most on this campus? The answer is simple — men. There have been men here, but the ones we miss are those who sauntered to class whenever they felt like it, who wore short, loose coats, and brightly striped socks, and whose long legs usually extended sev- eral inches from the cuffs of rolled-up trousers. The fellows who guarded the banks with a wooden gun, who counted ties in the railroad from Yocemento to Hays, or who sat in trees and crowed every five minutes, have been painfully absent. Doubtless, the victims of " hell week " did not enjoy the procedure, but it amused us who were spectators, and we miss them. There have been other organiza- tions than the fraternities that have suffered for lack of men : K Club, Seventh Cavalry, Y.M.C.A., Chorus, Band, Orches- tra, International Relations, Stu- dent Council; ' and the classes have seemed almost like those in a girls’ seminary. There were no football games, no Homecom- ing, and the only dances were given by women. So we are hoping and waiting impatiently for the time when this whole disgustingly grim business shall be finished and young men and women will return to the normal college life which we once knew, and which holds these now nostalgic, but happy memories. — Evelyn Kraus All Diamonds Were Not Created Equal LOOK INTO THE DIAMOND DIAMONDS . . . the ultimate in gifts, man’s greatest gift of love . . . a girl’s most cherished and endur- in possession . . . Make your selection the modern way from our collection of scien- tifically graded diamonds. Beautiful diamonds, expertly graded by a registered jeweler. Now you arc assured of glorious b eauty, authentic value and a diamond of tested quality. THOLEN JEWELRY 804 Main St. Registered Jeweler American Gem Society 55 TWENTER MOTOR CO. - y ' m ' a Phone 824 Hays, Kansas 200 E. 8th International Trucks — Sales and Service WOELK’S McCormick-Deering — Parts and Repairs Farm Implements and Tractors 219 E. 8th Hays and Russell Phone 156 They Call It KREAM KRUST BREAD “The Bread With a Reputation ” Sold at the LARZALERE BAKERY Pastries of All Types Rolls Cakes Cookies Phone 640 A Hays Bakery 1 24 W. 9th 56 Year in — Year Out You can count on us for Style, Quality, Dependability HAVENER’S The Store for Men Boys also Correct Clothes for Men in Service Phone 237 1009 Main G Broth rass ers Food That Pleases Phone 4 Hays, Kansas 235 West 10th Save for Tomorrow Buy Bonds Today Laundry and Dry Cleaning KESSLER’S Pickup and Delivery North of Tracks Tuesdays and Thursdays South of Tracks Mondays and Fridays 126 West 9th Phone 412 REMEMBER: We appreciate Your Business, for no doubt we will see you after the war is over. H. B. LAMER, Vice-President A. W. STEDHAM, President 58 We Sell for Less Quality Groceries, Meats, and Vegetables Frozen Food Lockers FRUIT MARKET Saturday Matinee 2:15 Best in Entertainment at All Times Continuous Show Sunday 1:30 to 11:30 Prices Right Phone 890 59 Bonds Today Victory Tomorrow Wholesale Distributors for Anheuser-Busch Phone 143 811 Fort Street C. M. WANN, President M. HAVEMANN, Vice President H. HAVEMANN, Secretary-treasurer Serving the Public since 1876 with Quality Building Materials and Coal Curtis Mill Work U. S. G. Products Celotex Insulating Board Tile Balsam Wool Rock Wool Insulating Materials Pratt Lambert Paints THE TREAT-SHAFFER LUMBER CO. H. HAVEMANN, Manager HAYS 208 West 9th St. KANSAS 60 Schlegel Shoe Service WHITE PALACE Shoe Repairing INN Fancy Leather Goods “W here your food tastes the best " Saddles and Harnesses 105 East 10th 113 W. 10th Hays, Kansas Phone 1370 Hays MARKWELL ' S College Books School Supplies Bought and Sold Public School Supplies Stationery Office Supplies Note Books Loose Leaf Ledgers Fountain Pens Loose Leaf Ring Books Athletic Supplies Filing Cabinets Art Supplies Leather Goods ★ ★ ★ MARKWELL BOOK STORES 1010 Main 509 West 7th 61 Save! Invest with the HAYS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1012 Main Phone 38 Hays City Drug Store Remember those Days? and Thanks Again! “ The Store on the Corner " IDEALS ARE PRACTICAL THINGS Victory, complete and final, is the objective of every activity that now engages the attention of Government, of Industry, of Labor, and of Finance. In war, as in peace, those who carry on in public service must hold fast to ideals. Entrust your business to an institution that has served well through every major crisis for fifty-six years. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORGANIZED 1888 HAYS, KANSAS OFFICERS C. R. Holland, Chairman of Board C. M. Wann, President R. A. Mermis, Executive Vice-President C. D. Blake, Vice-President A. H. Dreiling, Cashier Zita Palen, Assistant Cashier C. M. Wann C. D. Blake C. R. Holland Mae Schwaller DIRECTORS Ada Schwaller A. H. Dreiling R. A. Mernis Oldest Bank in Ellis Count Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 62 Ask your Grocer for Enriched SEMOLINO FLOUR A Western Kansas Product Manufactured by THE HAYS CITY FLOUR MILLS Remember those Home-cooked Meals? They are Still Available at the ELITE CAFE Help Courteous Food Delicious Patronage Appreciated 109 W. 10»h Phone 525 63 MR. and MRS. JOHN SAHLI Proprietors THE FORT HAYS PHARMACY Prescription Specialists Cigarettes • Stationery • Cosmetics Fountain Service • Drugs • Magazines and Phone 858 Appreciative Service 1011 Main SHOP! • AT THE SMARTEST STORE IN WESTERN KANSAS • FOR ALL YOUR WEARING APPAREL • FOR YOUR HATS AND SHOES • FOR ALL YOUR GIFTS • FOR YOUR PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS m C LA IC - T0RE ESTABLISHED JAN. 1, 1900 HAYS KANSAS 64 1 ? l K tf V ♦, ■( i ;
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