Fort Hays State University - Reveille Yearbook (Hays, KS)
- Class of 1945
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REVEILLE l 9 4 5 Presented by the Students of Fort Hays Kansas State College, Hays, Kansas l We dedicate this book to those who are fighting to protect our heritage and our hope of New Horizons. KHIcmI in Action Harold Ronald ( Andy ) Anderson Andrew D. Bahl John Becker William Dutton Paul Enright Keith Fedde Harlan Foster Thomas Samuel Freeman Frank T. Gengler Eugene R. Harper John N. Hatcher Owen A. Hawver James Robert Herman H. V. Hoover Leland LeRoy Jamison Charles E. Jones Wayne Francis Kobler Harold James Kuhn Francis Lovitt David Markel John M. (Jack) Owens Francis H. Paronto James McArthur (Mac) Prater Herbert E. Rasmussen Bill D. Rhodabarger Herbert L. Seyfrit Wallace Harold Shipley Lloyd Sidener Victor Tompkins William Varner Chet Walter Kenneth L. Wells John Willcoxon Missing in Action Glen Arthur Chalk Russell E. Clark Mark R. Cleland Robert D. Fittell William A. Humbird John H. Keeler Bob Kennedy Herbert O. Meuli Alvin Staab Prisoners of War Parian Betts Melvin J. Combest Hugh James Harries Vincent King Louis Kissinger Maurice Eugene Norrell Eldon Williams Levene Weigel 3 WE POUT WITH PRIDE ... . Achievement - • Helen Shell • Annabelle Montgomery • Beverly Strain • Mary Jean Martin • Ruth Hueftle 4 LYMAN D. WOOSTER, Ph. D President A D M III S T I A T 1 0 1 e. r. McCartney Dean ami Professor of Economics . 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 Professor of Psychology. IRVINE F. WILSON Bursar and Assistant Professor of Business Administration. 1 FACULTY Top Row. Fred W. Albertson, Professor of Botany and Head of Department; Chairman of Graduate Division. Laura R. Baker, Assistant Professor of Clothing. Elizabeth Barbour, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Maurine F. Bergland, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Alice F. Beesley, Professor of Home Economics and Head of Department. Charles H. Brooks, Assistant Professor Emeritus of Language. Second Row: Doyle K. Brooks, Instructor in Mathematics and Physics. Raymond U. Brooks, Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts; Superintendent of Buildings. Hugh Burnett, Assistant Professor of Political Science; Director of Extension Service. Grace E. Card, Assistant Professor of Health; College Nurse. Vernon T. Clover, Associate Pro- fessor of Economics. Edna B. Triplett Coder, Assistant Professor of English. Third Row: E. E. Colyer, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics. Ruby P. Cox, Instructor in History; Assistant Advisor to Women. Pearl G. Cruise, Assistant Professor of Education. Edwin Davis, Professor of Industrial Arts and Head of Department. Gaynelle Davis, Assistant Professor of Education and Director of Elementary Education. Thelma I. DeForest, Assistant Professor of Business Administration. Fourth Row: Drew A. Dobosh, Assistant Professor of Art. Lucille E. Felten, Assistant Professor of Music. Emma Golden, Assistant Professor of Language. Paul B. Gross, Associate Professor of Physical Education; Acting Chair- man of Health and Physical Education; Director of Athletics; Basketball Coach. Modesto Jacobini, Professor of Languages and Head of Department. Wendell Kellogg, Assistant Professor of English and Journalism. 8 Top Row : Carl Malmberg, Associate Professor of Music. Everett L. Marshall, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Margaret P. McGimsey, Assistant Librarian. Maude McMindes, Associate Professor of Education and Director of Secondary Education. Robert T. McGrath, Professor of Education and Head of Department. Frank G. Miller, Instructor in Music. Second Row: William Hugh Miller, Professor of Music and Head of Department. Mary Mae Paul, Assistant Professor of Education and Director of Rural Education. Jessie B. Pearce, Assistant Professor of Health. Roy Rankin, Professor of Chemistry and Head of Department. Homer B. Reed, Professor of Psychology and Head of Department. David Andrew Riegel, Assistant Professor of Botany. Third Roiv: George M. Robertson, Professor of Zoology and Head of Department. Leona Robl, Assistant Libra- rian. James E. Rouse, Professor of Agriculture and Head of Department. Lester J. Schmutz, Assistant Professor of Agriculture; Farm Superintendent. Ira O. Scott, Associate Professor of Education. Clarice E. Short, Associate Professor of English. Fourth Row: James R. Start, Professor of Speech and Head of Department. Floyd B. Streeter, Professor of Library Science; Librarian. Leonard W. Thompson, Professor of Economics and Business Administration and Head of Department. Margaret van Ackeren, Assistant Librarian. Mabel Vandiver, Professor of Art and Head of Depart- ment. Walter A. Wallerstedt, Instructor in Printing. Fifth Row: Robert L. Parker, Professor Emeritus of History. Elizabeth J. Agnew, Dean Emeritus of Women. Delpha F ern Brock, Assistant Professor of English. Charles Fisher Wiest, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy. Ray- mond L. Welty, Professor of History and Head of Department. Thornton W. Wells, Assistant Professor of English. 9 ii ii m st ii at i n: ASSISTANTS Back Row: Eva Hedges, secretary, correspondence service. Mrs. Glenna Lewis, housemother, Lewis Field. Cora Bibens, secretary to the presi- dent. Josephine Meier, cashier, business office. Mrs. Ida Louise Holl, secretary, business office. Cleta Lesh, secretary, extension service. Bront Row: Mrs. Nita Landrum, executive secretary of the Alumni Association and student employment service. Mrs. Alice O’Brien, housemother of Custer hall. Mrs. Mabel Hopkins, secretary to the reg- istrar. Mrs. Dollic Thomas, secretary to the dean. Not in Picture: Ethel Artman, executive secretary, placement service. Mrs. Ethel McKenna, retired housemother. Frances Egger, cafeteria manager. 10 The Great Feat FRESHMEN Roberta Abel Maxine Alburtv Arline Baker Paula Barstow Katherine Blehn: Rosemary Duncker Bonnie Fairchild Audrey Field Louise Finch Ruth Freshour Mrs. Luella Geenen Virginia Gerstberger Irene Gibson Francis Gilbert Melva Gillig Richard Gray Dora Mae Greiner Marjorie Greving Evelyn Griffin Selma Harrison Jo Monsen, Secretary-Treasurer Gladys Bonebrake Bernadyne Brown Gloria Buck Myrtle Cline Dale Conway Betty Critchfield Carol Deeds Betty Deutscher Florence Dietz Jo Ann Dougherty Norman Petty, President June Lonnon Loraine Mai Christine Marshall Rebecca May er Irma McElroy Lorene McKee Norma Metheny Ralph Meyer Vesta Minium Lola Mitchem Madelyn Mollenkamp Georgia Montgomery Mae Mullen Norma Mullender Darlene Nelson Gwyneth Nelson Lester Newland Charlotte Niernberger Henrietta Hauschild Gerald Herl Richard Hoard Geraldine Irby Bertina Johnson Betty Jones Vesta Jones Mary Ann Joy Meretta Kellogg Alta Koontz Dorothy Krupp Arline Lebsack PS ' S Velma Paul Wallace Payne Dana Perkins Clara Rahjes Beulah Rawson Mary Rawson Mildred Riggs Betty Robl Geraldine Rogers Ladene Rouse Barbara Rowland Ben Russell Melba Sarver Irene Satterlee Orva Scheuerman Betty Seegrist Jack Shaw Jeanne Shellhass Norva Shepard Carmelita Singel Mary Stanley Maybelle St. Lawrence Robert Temple John Thorns Dorothy Tuttle Frances Warner Phyllis Weaver Beth Weir Edith Whitney Mary Kathryn Wiesner Stanley Chittenden ATEWOOD, Dorothy Galloway, J ice-President Marion Witt. Secretary-Treasurer Betty Ferguson Dorothy Lange Imogene Frack Marva Lange June Gale Patricia Allegre Carol Barry Fanchon Groth Leona Barton Mary Blakely Dorothy Harris Tune Breckenrii Maxine Montgomery Donna Jean Myerly Nellie Campbell Esther Hofaker Carver Doris Mae Peirano Dorothy Plummer Virginia Lee Pratt Erma Prior Violet Sabin Betty Strong Hope Townley Wanda Vine Edwin Werth Gladys Schreiber Wilma Wilds Vera Seegrist Barbara Snyder Reinking June Stothard Peggy Stice Lois Storer Jerry Wilson Georgia Wolfram Eugene Woolverton Cynthia Wooster Clara Wright Elaine Grafel Secretary-Treasurer Thelma Riggs Vice-President Esther Hueftlf. President Dorothy Barry Norbert Becquct Dorothy Biggs Elinor Brining Marcella Brungardt Anna Belle Davis Norbert Dreiling Estella Hayes Elda Johnson Jean Kenyon Mildred Knight Kathryn Law Frances Locker Ruth Laizure Virginia Lusk Marjorie McGrath Gertrude Miller Gloria Montgomery Dorene Prior Eugene Pugh Catherine Osterfund Maxa Rorabaugh Helen Shaw Annella Skeen Creta Sproul Ellen Witt Annabelle Wylie Lois Lee Myerlv Ruth Hueftle Menlo A.B. in English Y.W.C.A.; Leader; Quill Club; Student Coun- cil; Women’s Leadership; Kappa Phi; Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Darlene Klenk . . . WaKeeney B.M. Choir; Band; Orchestra; International Relations Club; Kappa Phi. Mary Jean Martin . Prairie View A.B. in History Y.W.C.A.; International Relations Club; Quill Club; Kappa Phi; Woman’s Leadership; Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Betty Metcalf . . Danbury, Neb. B.S. in Elementary Education Theta Sigma Upsilon; Y.W.C.A.; Band. Wanda Jean Miller Setterick . Hays B.M. Choir; Orchesis; Sigma Alpha Iota. Annabelle Montgomery, Burlingame A.B. in Political Science Y.W.C.A.; International Relations Club; Tiger- ettes; W.A.A.; Debate; Delta Sigma Epsilon; Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Louise Moore Hays B.S. in HomeEconomics Home Economics Club. Marjorie Neptune McCann, Garden City B.S. in Business Administration W.A.A.; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Council. Norma Rowton . . . Cimarron A.B. in History Tigerettes; International Relations Club; Delta Sigma Epsilon; Pan-Hellenic Council. Betty Squire .... Hutchinson B.M. Choir; Y.W.C.A.; Orchestra; Kappa Phi. Beverly Strain .... Brewster A.B. in Language Jr. Class Secretary; Little Theater; Y.W.C.A.; Tigerettes; Pep Club; International Relations; Women’s Leadership; Kappa Phi; Delta Sigma Epsilon; Pan-Hellenic Council; Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Winifred Weston .... Glade A.B. in Cher? As try Kappa Phi. SENIORS 19 Estella Crabtree . . . Quinter B.S. in Education Choir; Y.W.C.A. Dean Curry .... Great Bend A.B. in Spanish Y.M.C.A.; Choir; Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Delta Chi; Business Manager, Reveille. Jane Hull Curtis . . . Brewster A.B. in English Delta Sigma Epsilon; Kappa Phi; Y.W.C.A.; Little Theater; Quill Club; Debate and Oratory; Tigerettes. Florence Custer . . Great Bend B.S. in Elementary Education Theta Sigma Upsilon; Y.W.C.A.; Home Eco- nomics Club; Tigerettes; Student Council. Dale Berneking .... Simp A.B. in Chemistry President of Senior Class; Student Council Jrene Thornberg . . Bloomington A.B. in Spanish Y.W.C.A.; International Relations; Vice-Presi- dent of Senior Class. Louise Chappell . . . Monument B.S. in Home Economics Kappa Phi; Choir; Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club; Secretary of Senior Class. Phyllis Blackburn . . Goodland A.B. in Zoology Kappa Phi; Reveille Editor; Leader Editor: Junior Class President; Choir; International Re lations Club; Student Council; Women’s Leader ship. rAGE .... Hoisington B. Af. Sigma Alpha Iota; Kappa Phi; Doloros Bolan Plains B.S. in Education Band; Choir; Y.W.C.A.; International Rela- tions; Student Council; Women’s Leadership, Kappa Phi. LoRee Grumbein . . McCracken B.S. in Business Administration Y.W.C.A.; Band; Choir; International Rela tions; Kappa Phi; Orchestra. Erma Henthorn . . . Dodge City B.S. in Education Kappa Pi. Grace Breeden .... Quinter B.S. in Home Economics Theta Epsilon; Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club; Choir. mm rap rjone Me ' President Pan Hellenic Council is composed of representatives from the four social sororities on the campus. The Council promotes sisterhood and cooperation between the sororities. All groups stand for good college citizenship, maintainance of high social standards, and good scholarship. Sorority life helps to build char- acter, develops personality and charm, and teaches the girls to serve others. MEMBERS Back Row: Frances Locker, Betty Metcalf, Marjorie Neptune, Marion Witt, Janie Rowton, Dorothy Plum- mer. Front Rou : Anna Belle Davis, Miss Brock, Marjorie McGrath, Mildred Knight. Omcers Agnes Weissbeck, president; Gerry Daniels, vice president; Betty Lang, secretary; Frances Locker, Treas urer; Miss Paul, sponsor. Members Back row — Betty Robl, Agnes Weissbeck, Gladys Schreiber, Miss Paul. Front row — Marjorie Neptune McCann, Betty ' Lang, Gerry Daniels, Maty’ Pearson, Frances Locker, Dana Perkins, Jo Monsen. Founded in 1901 at Farmville, Virginia, Installed F.H.K.S.C. 1927 DELTA SIGMA EPSILON Officers Beverly Strain, president; Norma Jane Rowton, vice-president; Cynthia Wooster, secretary; Doris Peirano, treasurer; Maurine Bergland, sponsor. Members Back Row: Dorothy Galloway, Betty Lowe, Agnes Turman, Jane Curtis, Maurine Bergland, sponsor. Middle Row: Helen Shell, Annabelle Montgomery, Lorene McKee, Annabelle Wylie, Patricia Allegre, Bernadyne Brown. Front Row: Doris Peirano, Corinne Miller, Lois Storer, Norma Jane Rowton, Maxa Rorabaugh, Jerry Rogers, Beverly Strain, Peggy Stice, Marion Witt, Cynthia Wooster, Rozanne McKee. Founded in Oxford, Ohio in 1914. Installed in F.H.K.S.C., 192 5 25 Officers Members President, Elda Johnson; Vice-President, Roma Gate- Maxine Alburty, Paula Barstow, Jo Ann Doughertv, wood; Secretary, Kathryn Law; Treasurer, Maxine Maxine Gage, June Gale, Roma Gatewood, Jean Hager, Gage; Sponsor, Lucille Feltcn. Elda Johnson, Kathryn Law, Virginia Lusk, Loraine Mai, Lorenc McKee, Rozanne McKee, Donna Myerlv, Lois Lee Myerly, Dorothy Perry, Virginia Pratt, Irene Satterlee, Wanda Jean Setterich, Betty Squire, Agnese 26 m 1 ase 5 1 m §j M gfrtrf L j fj ' r ■ fJat |jg$ | K ' i ' m:-4 Hbi p? Officers President, Thelma Riggs; Vice-President, Dorothy Biggs; Secretary, Margaret Biggs; Secretary, Margaret Wilson; Treasurer, Elaine Grafel; Mrs. Coder, Sponsor. Members First Row: Marcella Brungardt, Mrs. Davidson, house- mother, Mrs. Coder, sponsor, Mary Kathryn Wiesner. Second Row: Regina Haas, Selma Harrison, Mildred Riggs, Jeanne Shellhass, Melba Sarver. Third Row: Dorothy Biggs, Lois Bockoven, Annabelle Davis, Neva Knitig, June Lonnon, Louise Finch, Beth Weir, Elaine Grafel, Betty Strong, Florence Dietz, Margaret Wilson, Ruth Freshour, Betty Metcalf. Fourth Row: Florence Custer, Thelma Riggs, Betty Deutscher, Irene Gibson, Marjorie McGrath. Founded in 1921 at Emporia, Kansas. Installed F.H.K.S.C., 1928 27 President Doloros Bolan Officers Treasurer Elinor Brining Vice-President Ruth Hueftle Chaplain Louise Chappell Cor. Sec’y Dorothy Lange Recording Sec’y Mary Lou Blakely Historian Marjorie McGrath Roberta Jean Abel Arline Baker Dorothy Barry Betty Ferguson Members Jean Kenyon Irma McElroy Ladene Rouse Orva Jean Scheuerman Norva Jean Shepard Phyllis Blackburn Virginia Gerstberger Darlene Klenk Marjorie McGrath Carmelita Singcl Doloros Bolan Melva L. Gillig Mildred Knight Vesta Minium Barbara Snyder Elinor Brining Maxine Gage Ruth Laizure Lola Mitchem Creta Sproul Mary Lou Blakely June Gale Kathryn Law Mae Jane Mullen Betty Squire Helen Boettger Dorothy Galloway Dorothy Lange Donna Jean Myerly Elizabeth Stanley Leona Barton Dorothy Harris Marva Lange Lois Lee Myerly Louise Chappell Estella Hayes Betty Lowe Velma Paul June Stothard Jane Hull Curtis Esther Hofaker Mary Jean Martin Dorothy Plummer Edith Whitney Carol Deeds Elda Johnson Rebecca Mayer Mary Fern Rawson Madelyn Mollenkamp Carol Barry Rosemary Dun ker Pledges Arlene Lebrack Mary Lou Hall Muriel Jones Dorothy Plummer, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Schwein, sponsor; Rosemary Duncker; Mil- dred Knight, president. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Norbert Dreiling, president; Mr. James Start, sponsor; Ladene Rouse. PI RAPPA DELTA 29 Officers President, Wallace Payne Vice-president, Norman Petty Secretary-treasurer, Jerry Wilson Historian, Dean Curry Warden, Lester Newland Supreme Councilor, Francis Gilbert Sponsor, Frank Miller Members John Thorns Dean Curry Norman Petty Jerry Wilson Lester Newland Francis Gilbert Wallace Payne Alumni Members Carl Malmberg William Hugh Miller Howard Lamoreux Vivian Meckel Leland Flora 30 PHI DELTA PHI " Yes, we’re here, and mighty active too.” Dale Berneking, left Dean Curry, right 31 Mrs. Foster of Hill City, Mrs. O’Brien of Russell, ind Miss Ruby Cox of Stone- wall, Texas, presided over Custer Hall this year. The seventy-seven girls living in the hall sponsored a tea for the faculty members in the fall and held an informal party and a spring formal. The officers for the first semester were: president, Marjorie Neptune; vice-president, Geraldine Daniel; secretary, Roma Gatewood; treasurer, Annella Skeen. The second semester officers were: president, Geraldine Daniel; vice- president, Nellie Campbell; secretary, Corinne Miller; treasurer, Ellen Witt. 32 WESLEY HILL i L v 3 kfc? MM J ; ' r ' 1 k ' 1 f pff f ‘5 i- 4 s $ i 4 : t Sgi ' .ttp fiEf - | V Wrtj V ' 1 » v l ft 4 r f :? r - P -V- — V fc a. f JLf A little work — a little play — friendship and fellowship galore. These help to make up the wholesome atmosphere prevalent among the group of college women enjoying dormitory life in Wesley Hall, where fifty-three girls make their home. Mrs. Martha R. Walters is housemother. Wesley Hall officers are president, Mildred Knight; vice-president, Louise Chap- pell; secretary and treasurer, Elinor Brining, first semester; Estella Hayes, second semester. 33 " Yes, we are the men who live in the new dormitory at Lewis Field, and by the way, the phone number is ' 31 ” is the answer many girls get from the men on the campus this year. The new dormitory was constructed during 1942-43 and made ready for occu- pancy just in time for the army aviation students who arrived on the campus in the spring of 1943. Under the name of Barracks B the army used the dormitory until the aviation students left the campus. Since then the field has again been occupied by civilian men. Mrs. W. A. " Mother” Lewis has, as in the past, made Lewis Field the real home for men. Dr. W. D Moreland is supervisor and has had charge of Lewis Field and its development. 34 t ionic Ruth Laizurc works out in the reading room The library is a center of student study activity from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily. Pictured here are but two phases of it. 37 Random pictures indicate in a small way the varied academic activities pursued on the campus: top left, a sewing class; top right, a class in household mechanics; middle left, a part of the college museum; middle right, a class in comparative anatomy; lower left, a girls’ dormitory study hall; lower right, work samples from the art department. ORCHESTRA First violin Maxine Alburty Cynthia Wooster Edward Wayman Roma Gatewood Myrtle Shepard Ted McNutt Marjorie Lebsack Betty Jean Schmutz Mary 7 Lou Fellers Virginia Pratt Second violin Lucille Felten Rosann King Corrine Miller Foster Needles Margaret Jacobini Ruth Thoman June Holcomb Jo Ann Dougherty Marilyn Needles Kathryn Reed Viola Clara Malloy Marie Kaufmann Marion Witt George Hatfield Virginia Oshant Bob Wynne Cello Louise Varner Ruth Riggs Arlene Lebsack Elaine Williams Mildred Simpson Phyllis McCoed Jean Hager Alexander Meier Bass Tom Middleton Henrietta Hauschild Jean Scott Dorothy Popp Eleanor Calvert Flute Kathryn Law LoRee Grumbein Homer Reed Oboe Paul Grover Josephine Goodnough Clarinet Wallace Payne Earl Price Barbara Snyder Bassoon Wanda Vine Patricia Felten Horn Winnie Flora Robert Eichbush Gloria Buck Irene Satterlec Dora Mae Greiner Victor Eddy Trumpet Stanley Kaufmann Betty Seegrist Richard Hunt Trombone William Penrod Glenn Jorian Willard Guy Norman Petty Tuba Jean Kenyon Percussion Donald Gingrich Ruby Ellen Malmberg Carol Bates Piano Soloist Betty Squire 42 MIXED rilll Jo Ann Dougherty Louise Finch Maxine Gage Dorothy Galloway Roma Gatewood Irene Gibson Melva Gillig Francis Gilbert Evelyn Griffin Jean Hager Richard Gray Selma Harrison Estella Hayes Esther Hueftle Merreta Kellogg Jean Kenyon Darlene Klenk RUS Rozanne McKee Avis Ruth Miller Corinne Miller Wanda Jean Miller Lola Ruth Mitchem Madelyn Mollenkamp Donna Jean Myerly Lester Newland Wallace Payne Norman Petty Dorothy Plummer Virginia Pratt Irene Satterlee Orva Scheuerman William Jack Shaw Betty Squire John Thomas Conductor Helen Boettger Alta Lee Koontz Agnese Turman Carl J. Malmberg Assistant Conductor Paul Grover Gladys Bonebrake Grace Breeden Nellie Campbell Lois Jean Cline Kathryn Law Arlene Lebsack June Lonnon Betty Lowe Dorothy Tuttle Wanda Lee Vine Edith Whitney Marion Witt Roberta Abel Maxine Alburty Carol Barry Paula Barstow Katherine Blehm Estella Crabtree Betty Critchfield Dean Curry Florence Custer Betty Deutscher Virginia Lusk Loraine Mai Rebecca Mayer Irma McElroy Marjorie McGrath Georgia Wolfram Cynthia Wooster Clara Wright Jerry Wilson B. F. Russell mmi ■ 43 STUDENT riifimi ! v 1 I ii «i ft to! B EE 7i f I 1 1 WM f A. J] . r £ i m r. i FA R f r k ! F® i w The Student Council is the executive committee of students heading the student body. This organization is composed of the class presidents, two representatives from each class and three members chosen from the student body at large. The council upholds and administers the laws to serve the interests of the stu- dents. The Friday and Saturday night varsities held weekly in the Social building were made possible largely through the efforts of the council. MEMBERS Back Row: Dean E. R. McCartney, faculty advisor; Lois Lee Myerly; Phyllis Blackburn, vice-president; Jerry Wilson; Dale Berneking; Roma Gatewood; Norman Petty; Dorothy Tuttle. Front Row: Doloros Bolan, Geraldine Irby, Norbert Dreiling, president; Anna- belle Montgomery; June Gale, secretary-treasurer; Esther Hueftle; Elinor Brining. 44 L » i i ii i tfiTV. I IV. t A. Offering an opportunity for religious, intellectual, and social expression and enjoyment to all women students, the Young Women’s Christian Association has one of the largest memberships on the campus. Each year in conjunction with the Newman Club, the Y.W. sponsors Religious Emphasis Week. Women s Leadership To promote leadership among the women on the Fort Hays State campus is the aim and purpose of the Women’s Leadership. Members are chosen to this organization on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service and character. Club membership is limited to fifteen. Among the duties of Women’s Leadership this year was the sponsoring of the Friday night dances. 45 Lester Pelzel Lester Pelzel Lestfr Pelzel Lester Pelzel Lester Pelzel President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Sergea nt-at-Arm s full swing, with the present world state of affairs, the is doing its utmost to build ’em bigger and better . . . Though sports are not in physical education department power to ’em. GIRLS SPORTS Nothing like good ol pushups to keep those mus- cles in A-l condition — they tell us. The Fort Hays coed is out for dancing, archery, hockey and hitpin, testing her skill in the class intramural contests. " Keeping fit” is her motto — and her practice. The Women’s Athletic Association under the sponsorship of Mrs. Maurine Bergland, girls’ physical education instructor, is an organization for girls interested in all types of girls’ sports. Anna- belle Wylie is president of the organization. Ping pong, volley ball, and basketball tournaments were held during the fall and spring semesters of the year. LEADER Folding twenty-three hundred papers every Thursday afternoon is quite a job, but Leaders each week start on journeys to service men all over the globe, making the off-campus circulation far larger than the campus distribution. Phyllis Blackburn, editor Pat AUegre, assistant Carmel ita Singe! Norma Jean Mullender Donna Jean Myerly Esther Hueftle STAFF Norbert Dreiling, business manager Corrine Miller, assistant Jo Mon se n Mildred Riggs Winifred Weston 50 it mi u u Here it is — your 194S Reveille, It’s not complete— it can’t be— for it’s a wartime version of a school at war. The staff has tried to catch the big things that you 11 always remember— your clubs, your activities, your instructors and your classes. To us, that’s Fort Hays State, Mr. Wendell Kellogg was editorial adviser, Mr, Walter Wallerstedt, printing adviser. The brilliant cover of this year’s book was designed and executed in silk screen by Mr. Drew Dobosh, art adviser. STAFF Jo Monsen, editor Dean Curry, business manager Betty Rob! Jack Shaw Dale Berneking Roma Gatewood Frances Locker Erma Henthorn Annella Skeen jerry Wilson Georgia Wolfram Melba Sarver Luella Geenen Gloria Buck John Thorns, Jr, 51 Oiiill Hull The Quill Club is a national honorary organiza- tion for the purpose of fostering creative writing among students. Officers are Chancelor, Ruth Hueftle, Vice-Chancelor and faculty sponsor, Mrs. Edna Coder; Keeper of the Parchment, Eugene Pugh; Warden of the Purse, Elinor Brining; Scribe, Hope Townley. In May, 193 6, Dr. Raymond Welty helped to or- ganize and became the sponsor of the International Relations Club, the purpose being to study material of national and international importance and to keep members informed of daily world events. Officers are president, Phyllis Blackburn; vice- president and program chairman, Norbert Dreiling; secretary and treasurer, Irene Thornburg. 52 MPPA PI A new composition, the blending of color, a block print, sketching a lithograph, or working in ceramics are all major interests to the members of Nu chapter of Kappa Pi, national honorary art fraternity. Stu- dents who are majors or minors in art and who have a satisfactory grade point are eligible for member- ship. Student members this year were Gloria Buck and Erma Henthorn; faculty members were Drew Dobosh, Mabel Vandiver, and T. W. Wells. NEWM1III cum The Newman Club is a national Catholic youth organization for college students. Meetings are held every first and third Wednesday of the month when discussions on religious problems are held. Frances Locker is president this year. The group helps spon- sor Religious Emphasis Week. 53 Fort H ays Pharmacy PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Cigarettes • Stationery • Cosmetics Soda Fountain • Drugs • Magazines and SERVICE SUPREME Good Luck to " Grads” of ’45 Phone 858 101 1 Main 54 THE COLLEGE GROCERY SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION THE BEST I! QUALITY FOODS 507 W. 8th MR. AND MRS. WALBURN, Props. Phone 404 REMEMBER: We appreciate your business, for no doubt we will see you after the war is won. H. B. LAMER, Vice-President A. W. STEDHAM, President 55 W ■ - • •• ! W r : ■ W t 1 ' ft p P V M til t i. J-h ' j l •4 ' .fW l rf - p, r.i ■ ■ -•■ : • ; u -■ J-4w rxjrt . 1 ! ' 1 “ . ■ rr •- rf- r : l£f F - ?■ ' ■ : : «■ SISTER M. EVARISTA, R.N. 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HAVEMANN, Manager 208 West 9th St. KANSAS fHH V - ' -A, ■ Twenty-four Hour Service J E P ' S SUPER SERVICE STATION Dependable Phone 400 Prompt 60 BAXTER ' S FLOWER SHOP 61 Elgin and Hamilton Watches Have Gone to War as Well as Former Fort Hays Stu- dents — But QUALITY REIGNS SUPREME In Our DIAMONDS AND WEDDING RINGS MORRISON JEWELRY 107 W. I0TH PHONE 152 If You Really Want the New Things, You Will Not Regret a Visit to H A V E N E R 1 S MEN ' S AND BOYS ' CLOTHING 63 H A R K N ESS PHARMACY in Hays over 30 years The choices! in : DRUGS— COSMETICS— CANDIES Phone 76 716 Main BONDS TODAY VICTORY TOMORROW MiaUueAt Joltaccio Gandy Go . . Wholesale Distributors for Anheuser-Busch HAYS, KANSAS Phone 143 811 Fort Street SOFT DRINKS FOUNTAIN and BOTTLE BEVERAGES SANDWICHES PHONE 263 327 EAST 8TH 64 HOME FURNITURE CO. Complete Home Furnishings • BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY W ' ESTINGHOUSE and PHILCO APPLIANCES • • • No Service Too Small GEO. J. GOTTSCHALK, Mgr. Phone 236 802 Main GRASS BROS. FOOD THAT PLEASES • • • PHONE 4 HAYS, KANSAS 235 W. I0TH HAYS CREAMERY AND ICE CO. ICE CREAM BUTTER NOVELTIES ICE Phone 484 HAYS, KANSAS 65 I ll II il l « w i| HADLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 66 The present is the product of the past and the future will he the product of the present. Even as all the blessings enjoyed today are the results of individual and collective effort, in the past, so also will he the advantages in the future. HAYS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ALL DIAMONDS WERE NOT CREATED EQUAL I ' A ' LOOK INTO THE DIAMOND Diamonds — the ultimate in gifts, mans greatest gift of love ... a girls most cherished and enduring in possession. Make your selection the mod- em way from our collection of scientifically graded diamonds. Beautiful diamonds, expertly graded by a registered jeweler. Now you are assured of glori- ous beauty authentic value and a diamond of tested quality. 67 O’LOUGHLIN motor sales MECHANIZED AND BODY REPAIR WORK TIRE RECAPPING USED CARS Dealers in CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBILE Phone 474 !20Westl2+h ELITE CAFE " The Howe of Good Things to Eat ” COURTEOUS HELP DELCIOUS FOOD WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 109 W. 10th Mr. and Mrs. John Sahli Phone 525 Proprietors 68 HAYS BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION ☆ ☆ ☆ SAVE AND INVEST ☆ ☆ ☆ Hays, Kansas Phone 38 Schlegel Shoe Service • SHOE REPAIRING FANCY LEATHER GOODS SADDLES AND HARNESS 113 W. 1 Oth Hays, Kansas THE BELL DRESS SHOP • • • Ladies Ready-to-Wear and Millinery • • t HAYS, KANSAS m MANN ' S I.G.A. STORE FREE DELIVERY I 12 W. I Ith Phone 1115 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 over fifty-five years. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORGANIZED 1888 HAYS, KANSAS — RESOURCES OVER $3,500,000.00 — Oldest Bank in Ellis County MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 69 i I ■ I i i f i ! YESTERDAY • TODAY • TOMORROW A GREAT NAME COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 201 E. I0TH HAYS, KANSAS PHONE 301 MOVIES ARE YOUR BEST ENTERTAINMENT ATTEND THE STAR THEATRE OFTEN 70 arrm DUCK WALL’S 5-CENT TO $1.00 STORE THE STORE QUALITY, SERVICE, and PRICE BEN F. DREILING MOTOR SALES USED CARS REPAIRS REFINISHING HAYS. KANSAS PHONE 192 TWENTER MOTOR CO FORD DEALERS Phone 824 Hays, Kansas 200 East 8th 71 MAR K W ELL ' 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 W. 7TH Engravings in this book made by 72 AUTOMAPHS y
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