Morehead State University - Raconteur Yearbook (Morehead, KY)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 103 of the 1948 volume:
THE SENIOR CLASS
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TCD OUR BUILDERS
WE SALUTE OUR FOUNDERS
FRANK C. BUTTON
We salute the first president of our col-
lege, Dr. Frank C. Button. To him we owe an
immense debt of gratitude for getting the
college started effectively. The noble ideals
and the sincere character of a great leader
like Dr. Button ought to live forever in the
institution that he helped to shape in its early
ALLI E W. YOU NG
We honor the late Judge Allie W. Young
who is responsible for the founding of a col-
lege at Morehead and for all the support he
gave at later dates. Without the aid of Judge
Young the college could not have conceivably
been established here. Many of the improve-
ments in the college were the results of his
Inez Faith Humphrey Cam
Hem, cu 1-M996 rme L. Braun
WE SALUTE OUR FACULTY
Most companies set aside days to honor those who have served for
exceptionally long periods of time. We now take the privilege of honoring
three of our instructors who have earned five five-year medals in service of
Miss lnez Faith Humphrey has been at Morehead since 1916, from
1916 to 1922 with the old Normal School and when the present college was
founded she was appointed as head of the Department of English, in which
capacity she served until 1940. She organized the Quill and Quair Club in
1933, a club which published a literary magazine until 1940. Miss Hum-
phrey is still teaching in the English Department and is an active member
of two leading organizations of women who are outstanding in Education,
the American Association of University Women and Kappa Delta Gamma.
Mr. Henry C. Haggan came to Morehead in 1923 to organize the De-
partment of Agriculture which is still under his capable guidance. For six
years he was Dean of Men, and for one year he was acting Dean of the col-
lege. For five years he was chairman of the Athletic Committee and was
responsible for the acceptance of the college in the S.l.A.A. As chairman
of the Landscape Committee he has done outstanding work in beautifying
the campus. He is now sponsor of the Agriculture Club and co-sponsor of
the Senior Class and Raconteur.
Miss Catherine L. Braun is the other member of our college who has
kept the wheels of education rolling smoothly for a quarter of a century.
She organized the division of geography and geology. Miss Braun formerly
sponsored the Y.W.C.A. She has been outstanding in conducting field trips
not only in the community surrounding Morehead but also throughout the
state of Kentucky. Miss Braun is an authority on Kentucky.
These three have devoted twenty-five years to the people of Eastern
Kentucky and they deserve a hearty salute. We are proud to have such ex-
amples of perseverance in our midst!
HUBERT J. McSHEA, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.-Associate Professor of Education.
OCTAVIA GRAVES, A.B., A.M.-Associate Professor of Education.
HUGH M. SHAFER, B.S., A.M., Ph.D.-Professor of Education, Head of
WARREN C. LAPPIN, A.B., A.M., Ed.D.-Dean.
JESSE T. MAYS, A.B., A.M.-Dean of Men, Assistant Professor of In-
dustrial Arts, Head of Department.
RUTH SICKAFUS-Clerk, Dean's Office.
WILHELM EXELBIRT, Ph.D.-Associate Professor of History.
LUCY GARDNER, M.A.-Assistant Registrar.
VIRGINIA HUDGINS-Clerk, Registrar's Office.
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KEITH HUFFMAN, A.B., A.M.-Instructor in Music.
HELEN GREIM, Grad. Music, B. Music, M. Music-instructor in Music.
FLORENCE CARPENTER, A.B., M.S.-Instructor in Music.
JOHN THOMAN, B.S.--Instructor in Music.
NAOMI CLAYPOOL, A.B., A.M.-Assistant Professor of Art, Head of De- -
THOMAS D. YOUNG, A.B., A.M.-Assistant Professor of Art.
RIENZI W. JENNINGS, B.S., A.M.-Associate Professor of Commerce,
Head of Department.
VERA SPEARS, B.S., A.M.-Assistant Professor of Commerce.
ROSS C. ANDERSON, B.S., A.M.-Assistant Professor of Commerce.
DOSHA ROBERTS, R.N.-School Nurse.
Mildred Giles, LB.-Instructor in Education, Supervising Teacher, Fifth
Mary Clay, A.B., A.M.--Assistant Professor of Home Economics, Head of
Virginia Rice, B.S.-Instructor in Education, Supervising Teacher in Home
Helen Barbara Hunt, B.S., M.S.-Assistant Professor in Education, Super-
vising Teacher in Home Economics.
Emma O. Bach, A.M., Ph.D-Professor of Modern Foreign Languages, Head
Gabriel C. Banks, A.B., B.D., A.M.-Assistant Professor of English, Acting
Head of Department
Ruth Schmitt, A.B., A.M.-Assistant Professor in English.
Ethel 'Ma' Kessler-Field's Hall House Keeper.
Kate Hill-Dean of Women. '
James Gilbert Black, B.S., M.S.-Instructor in Industrial Arts.
Hazel Nollau, B.S., M.S.-Instructor in Education, Supervising Teacher
Juanita Minish, A.B., A.M.-Instructor in Education, Supervising Teacher
in Foreign Language.
Monroe Wicker, B.S.-Director of Admissions, Director of Training School.
Sam J. Denny, A.B., A.M.-Instructor in Education, Supervising Teacher
Thelma Evans A.B., A.M.-Assistant Professor of Education, Supervising
Teacher, First Grade.
Blanche Waltz, B.S.-Instructor in Education, Supervising Teacher, Fourth
Rebecca Thompson, B.S., A.M.--Assistant Professor of Education, Super-
vising Teacher, Sixth Grade.
Amy Irene Moore, B.S., A.M.-Instructor in Education, Supervising Teacher
Edna Neal, A.B., A.M.--Instructor in Education, Supervising Teacher,
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LINUS A. FAIR, A. B., A.M.-Assistant Professor of Mathematics and
PAUL C. OVERSTREET, A.B., M.S.-Instructor in Mathematics and Physics.
MARGUERITE BISHOP, B.S., 8.5. in Library Science-Assistant Librarian.
IONE CHAPMAN, A.B., A.M., B.S. in Library Science-Librarian
CLIFFORD RADAR, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.-Associate Professor of History and
Political Science, Head of Department.
CLYDE F. REED, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.-Associate Professor of Biology.
ILEE SMITH-Director of Cafeteria.
BERNARD CLEMONS-Assistant Director of Cafeteria.
VIRGINIA CAUDILL-Secretary, Comptroller's Office.
IVA MANNING-Bookstore and Post Office.
DR. J. M. ROSE MARCUS REDWINE
BOSWELL HODGKINS ROY CORNETTE MRS. ALLIE YOUNG
BOARD OF REGENTS
During the last twenty-five years Morehead College has
proved to be one of the most successful Kentucky institutions
of higher learning. This success, as does that of any institu-
tion, has depended to a great extent upon the high calibre
men and women who have served the college as Board of
Regents. Without the guidance and counseling of the Board
of Regents the success of this college could not have been
William Jesse Baird,
From The President 8'5" Ms" LLB'
Your Alma Mater graduates you in the high hope that you will strive
to make the world of tomorrow a better world.
ln college you have learned the value of freedom, but you have also
learned that there is no true freedom attained without rigorous discipline
and definite individual responsibility. You have learned there is no grecxt
achievement without great labor.
As college men and women, most of you will be serving on the home
fronts. On whatever front you may be-home, school, government, industry,
farm, church-you will be standing for what is right, and not for what is
merely expedient. As true sons and daughters of your Alma Mater, you
will prove yourselves ambassadors of good will, and serving as creative and
In college you have had opportunities beyond the average American
citizen. To you, much has been given and from you, much may be right-
fully expected. As you take your places on the various fronts, you will
know that you do not stand there alone. You may draw upon the strength
of that goodly company of college men and women who are working to
make Q life richer for an ever increasing number of people. Too, your Alma
Mater will follow you with admiration, hope, love, and high expectations.
Wm. Jesse Baird
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One of the greatest of many prides of the
Seniors of 1948 is their publication of the his-
tory of the college year-in pictures. Perhaps
their ,revival of the publication of the RACON-
TEUR, after five years without it, is one of
their greatest achievements but their wise and
unfaltering guidance in many other activities
can not be overlooked. Throughout the year the
Morehead, Ky., Area in Art,
Junior Class Treasurer, Beaux
Arts Club, '45, Vice-President
'46, President '47, '48, Home
Economics Club, '-45: Crescendo
Club, '45-'48, Kappa Delta Pi,
'48, Dramatics Club, '46, '47,
Chorus '44-'47, Who's Who,
'47, '48, Trail Blazer Business
Manager, '46-'48, Raconteur
Mt. Sterling, Ky., Area in His-
tory, "M" Club, Football and
Basketball, '39-'4l, Campus
Club, President '48, Raconteur
Business Manager '48.
various organizations and classes of Morehead
State have turned to the Seniors for leadership.
By their untiring efforts these "Builders of
Destiny" are blazing their trail to success.
Even after marching proudly down the halls
of learning, they will go on blazing trails in
many other fields and activities.
Morehead, Ky., Area in Home
Economics, Freshman Class
Treasurer, Junior Class Presi-
dent, Home Economics Club,
'44-'48, Beaux Arts Club, '44-
'48, Mystic Club, '46-'48,
Crescendo Club, '45-'48, Kappa
Delta Pi, '47, President '48, Mu
Phi, '45, '46, W.A.A. '44-'48,
President '48, Cheerleader '44-
'48, Band and Chorus, '44-'47,
Who's Who, '47, '48, Racon-
German, Y.W.C.A., '44-'48
W.A.A., '44-'48, Beta Ch
Creenup, Ky., Major: Chem-
istry, Minors: Mathematics,
Zeta, '44-'47, Mu Phi, '44-
'48, Treasurer '48, F.T.A. '48
Huntington, Ind., Area in Music
Crescendo Club, '46-'48, Cam-I
pus Club, Vice-President '47
Treasurer '48, Band, '42, '45l
'48, Chorus, '42, '46-'48
Trail Blazer, Photographer, '42:
'47, Raconteur, '42, '48, Col-
lege Players, '42, Veteran'
GLEN L. REYNOLDS
Globe, Ky., Major: Agriculture.
Ashland, Ky., Major: Agricul-
Emerson, Ky., Majors: Mathe-
Gimlet, Ky., Majors: Industrial
Arts, Economics and Sociology,
Veteran's Club '47.
ELVA C-LYNN JONES
Banner, Ky., Area in Science,
F.T.A. '43, Beta Chi Zeta, '48,
Y. M.C.A. '43.
Carrie, Ky., Majors: Biology
English, Beta Chi Zeta, '47
Vice-President '47, Home Eco-
nomics Club, '47, Y.W.C.A.
'46-'47, Kappa Delta Pi, '48
CHARLES F. PLUMMER
Cesling, Ky., Majors: Agricul-
ture, lndustrial Arts, Agricul-
ture Club, '47, '48,
Kimball, W. Va., Major: Math-
ematics: Minors: Commerce, ln-
MARTHA ESTI LL
Morehead, Ky., Area in Com-
merce: F.T.A., Secretary '48: -
Kappa Mu, '48.
WILLIAM S. HOWELL
Ashland, Ky., Majors: lndus-
trial Arts, History.
Beauty, Ky., Area in Social
Science, Major: Commerce.
Hazard, Ky., Majors: Com-
merce, Agriculture: Agriculture
Club, President '48: Kappa Mu,
Secretary, '48: Veteran's Club
Bruin, Ky., Major: Biology:
Minors: Chemistry, German:
Beta Chi Zeta, President '48:
Y.M.C.A. '46: Who's Who '48.
ARTHUR L. HOWARD
Paintsville, Ky., Majors: Com-
merce, Economics and Social-
ogy: Veteran's Club, President
'46: Mystic Club '46-'48: Vet-
eran Speaks, Business Manager,
'47: Junior Class Treasurer,
Flat Cap, Ky., Majors: Agricul-
ture, Geography: Agriculture
Club, '40-'42, President '46.
IRA J. FRANCIS, JR.
Hazard, Ky., Major: Biology,
Minors: Chemistry, History,
Beta Chi Zeta '48. ,
Georgetown, Ohio, Major: Phy-
sical Education, Minors: lndus-
trial Arts, Agriculture, Veter-
an's Club '47, Mystic Club, '47,
Vice-President '48, Basketball,
Morehead, Ky., Majors: Mathe-
HAROLD Q. WEBB
Olive Hill, Ky., Area in Corn-
merce, Veteran's Club '46,
Kappa Mu, Vice-President '46,
President '47, Campus Club,
Secretary '46, Vice-President
'47, Junior Class Secretary,
Morehead, Ky., Major: Agricul-
ture, Minors: Biology, Chem-
istry, Agriculture Club, Secre-
tary-Treasurer '4l, '42, Trail
PHYLLIS ANN JAYNE
Morehead, Ky., A.B. in Elemen-
tary Education, Band '45, Cho-
rus, '44-'48, Crescendo Club
Hazel Green, Ky., Major: Agri-
Morehead, Ky., Majors: Mathe-
matics, Physics, Mu Phi '46,
'47, President '48, F.T.A. '48,
Kappa Delta Pi '48.
Uniontown, Pa., Major: Physical
Education, Minors: Mathemat-
ics, Biology, Football, '40, '46,
'47, Basketball, '40, Who's
Who '48, Raconteur Associate
Morehead, Ky., Majors: Mathe-
matics, Industrial Arts, Beaux
Arts Club '46-'48, Campus
Club, Secretary '42, '46-'48,
Band '40-'42, '46, '47, Mu Phi
'46-'48, Tumbling Club '42,
Raconteur Photographer '48,
Who's Who '48,
South River, N. J., Major:
Chemistry, Minors: Mathemat-
ics, Geography, Football, '42,
'46, '47, Mu Phi, Treasurer '43.
Leburn, Ky,, A.B. in Elementary
Education, W.A.A., Secretary
'45, Mystic Club, Secretary '46,
Kappa Mu '45-'48, Secretary
'45, Junior Class Vice-Presi-
dent, First Quarter.
Wheelwright, Ky., Majors: Phy-
sical Education, Biology, Sopho-
more Class Vice-President,
Campus Club, '47, '48, Veter-
an's Club '47, Trail Blazer, '47.
LARRY D. WORKMAN
Fort Gay, W. Va., Majors: Phy-
sical Education, History, Foot-
ball '4l, '46, '47, All KIAC
'4l, '46, '47, Honorable Men-
tion, Little All-American '4l,
Campus Club, '46-'48, Presi-
dent '48, First Quarter.
JOHN PHILIP SMITH
Morehead, Ky., Area in Com-
merce, Kappa Mu '46-'48.
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LUCILLE C. WALTERS
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South Shore, Kentucky
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Among 'rhe major concepls of college fraining are knowledge, and social acfiv-
ify. Knowledge we gel' from fhe classroom: social acfivify from sfudeni' organi-
I+ is The duly of every college siudenf fo be an acfive member of some organi-
Morehead sludenfs have falcen advanfage of 'rhe wide opporfunifies offered
for parficipaiion in afhlefics, dramafics. musical, iournalisfic. and many ofher
Organizafions emphasizing parficular subiecf-ma'r+er inieres+s are promo+ed as
well as various clubs having social ac+ivi'ry as fheir goal.
The success of fhese organizafions in recenf years speaks for ifself.
First Row: Day, Haggan, Smith. Second Row: Arnett, Cox, C-reene, W. Plummer, Jarvis,
Holbrook, Roe, Kiser, Maxey. Third Row: Daniels, Reynolds, Rowland, Phillips, Osborne,
Watson, C. Plummer. Fourth Row: Davidson, Roark, Conley, Smith, Whitaker, Gallion, Sloane,
lson, Caudill, Risner, Kinder.
Edward Smith ........ ................... P resident
Billy Day .,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ................... V ice-President
Charles Phillips ....... ...... S ecretary-Treasurer
H. C. Haggan... .......... Sponsor
The Agriculture Club was organized in l938. Since then this club has
participated in landscaping several buildings on the campus and improved the
landscape in general. Its main purpose is to improve rural living and environ-
ment beautification. The past two years the club planted over 5000 flower-
ing bulbs, planted many flowering plants, and furnished half of the collection
of the hybrid Rhododendrons, A goal is set up each year by a project com-
mittee and each year this goal has been met.
, , . ow: nderson, F. Bentley, Lafferty
Zimmerman, Caudill, Johnson, Barndollar, Christy, Estill, Elswick, Jennings. Third Row
B. Bentley, Staton, Lamb, Branham, Draughn, Skaggs. Fourth Row: Banks, Clay, O. Rogers
Carrol, C. Rogers, Dortan, Pence, Wheeler, Mollette, Spears. Not Present: Bowles, Gullett
Row: McKenzie, Smith Walker Webb Second R A
Naomi Walker ....,,...,
Harold Webb ..........,..
Pauline McKenzie .....
Edward Smith .................. ........ T reasurer
R. W. Jennings R. C. Anderson Vera Spears
The Kappa Mu, Commerce Club, was founded in 1938 under the direc-
tion of R. W. Jennings, head of the Commerce Department. The club is the
third oldest on the campus and has as its objective the correlating of social
activities with programs of commercial interest.
Guest speakers at banquets, trips to various business houses in some of
the larger nearby cities, and other social activities are exam le f h
p s o w at the
Kappa Mu has done since its organization.
First Row: Wilkinson, Barnes, Sickafus, Cross. Second Row: Stewart, Scroggins, Carson,
Malone. Third Row: Staff, Prokopovich, Moricle, Perkhiser, Tucker, Queen, Mays. Not
Present: Workman, Webb, Griffin, Keadle, Chattin,
Duerson Barnes ......... ............................. P resident
Garland Wilkinson ........ Vice-President
Bill Gross ...................... ...........,. S ecretary
Charles Sickafus .A.., .......... T reasurer
J. T. Mays ........................ Sponsor
"The college is a better institution with these men a part of it." This,
plus other slogans and high ideals, is the reason why the Campus Club is one
of the most outstanding organizations on the campus.
Since l933, the club has promoted leadership and honored outstanding
male students of the campus. And, since l936, the club under the sponsor-
ship of Mr. Mays, has become a promoter of campus activities.
At the beginning of this year Larry Workman was President, and Harold
Webb was Vice-President. Both graduated in December leaving the remaining
activities of the year to the present officers.
Along with the most tolerant informal and picturesque formal initiations,
the Campus Club is proud of their "Dance of the Year" reputation. '
First Row: Christy, Ellington, Salyer. Second Row: Bledsoe, Cornette, Delong, Cecil, Fair
Strange, Clay. Third Row: Gibbson, Patrick, Robinson, Caudill, Hunt, Carey, Powlowski
Not Present: Kelly, Morrison, Alley.
Joan Cecil ................ ..................... P resident
Jewell Bledsoe ........... ........ V ice-President
Ruth Delong ................. ............... S ecretary
Barbara Strange .............................. Treasurer
Pricilla Cibbson Mary Clay H. Barbara Hunt Mrs. W. H. Rice
The Home Economics Club is one of the best girls' organizations on the
campus. It includes in its membership those students who are either majors
or minors in the field of Home Economics.
The purpose of the club is "to give opportunity for members to develop
active leadership and responsibility, to bring students in closer touch with the
Home Economics organizations of the state and nation, and to create and
stimulate interest and education in Home Economics.
First Row: Stewart, Barnes, Thompson, Everhart, Fair. Second Row: Claypool, Sickafus, Hol-
brook, Haggan. Third Row: Wilkinson, Collis, Hooker, Vanhoose, Hays. Not Present: Perk-
hiser, Wilson, Parker.
Jeane Thompson ......
Bill Everhart .........
Duerson Barnes .....
Garland Wilkinson ...... ------
.Asst. Business Manager
John Collis ............... ..................... J unior Editor
James Perkhiser ........ ........... S ophomore Editor
Jack Hooker ......... ...... F reshman Editor
Marvin Wilson ...... ......... S ports Editor
Merl Fair ................. .............. C lub Editor
Nancy Holbrook ....... .................... F eatures Editor
Charles Sickafus ....... ................ P hotographic Editor
Arthur Stewart ......... ....... A sst. Photographic Editor
Drexel Wells ........
Bill Vanhoose ....... .............................. Writer
Bill Hays .............. ............ W riter
Everette Parker .... ............... W riter
Mrs. Naomi Claypool ....... ........ C o-Sponsor
Henry C. Haggan ........... ........ C o-Sponsor
After five years with no publication of the Raconteur, due to shortages
created by the war, the Senior Class has once again, through struggle and
strife - and fun, come through with a Yearbook. We hope it is a good one
and that through our efforts the precedent of publishing the Raconteur may
sis ft -
First Row: Walker, Cantrell Moore, Staton, Banks. Second Row: Barndollar, Delong, Cain
Draughn, Strange, Lewis, Haney, Salyer, Johnson. Third Row: Mullins, Greene, Davidson
Robinson, Lamb, Kclly, K. Skaggs, Bentley. Not Present: Hamilton, M, Skaggs, Wellman
C Y.w. c.A.
Evelyn Moore ..... ................. P resident
Anna Staton ...A.......,.. .,..... V ice-President
Juanita Cantrell ....... .......... S ecretary
Candace Banks ....,... ...,...... T reasurer
Mrs. Kate Hill .....,. ........ S ponsor h
The Young Women's Christian Association is one of the oldest organiza-
tions on the Campus. Its major purpose is to keep alive the religious spirit
of the youth of the campus and to furnish a wholesome form of social life.
Their programs consist of guest speakers, discussion panels, student worship
services and wholesome recreation.
This year the Y.W.C.A. has sponsored a Christmas Vesper Program for
the faculty and students, which is hoped to be made an annual tradition, We
have also sponsored a series of programs on spiritual guidance, and a candle-
light initiation service tor new members. We plan to sponsor an all-school
picnic, make a donation to the World Student Service Fund, and sponsor an
Easter Sunrise Service. Several members will represent Morehead at the Ken-
tucky Area Y.W.C.A. meeting in Berea.
First Row: Cecil, M. Fair, Thompson, Bledsoe, Second Row: Slater, Alley, Walker, Hutchin-
son, N. Fair, Caudill, Parker, Zornes. Third Row: Young, Fielding, Lay, Hooker, Meager
Webb,.l. Collis, Prokopovich, Stewart, Claypool. Not Present: Dobyns, Thomas, Wilson, D
Collis, Mobley, Patrick.
BEAUX ARTS CLUB
Jeane Thompson ..... .....,,.,... ..,.,. P r esident
Janet Patrick ....,. ...... V ice-President
Merl Fair ....,.........A ......,,.... S ecretary
Joan Cecil .,............,.,...... ...... T reasurer
Mrs. Naomi Claypool Tom Young
The Beaux Arts Club was organized by Mrs. Claypool in l935, for the
purpose of giving students the opportunity of learning how to appreciate art
and to participate in art activities whether they are art students or not. The
name Beaux Arts is French tor the beautiful arts, the brushes and palette are
the symbols representing the tools of their workg red. blue and yellow are
The activities of this group deal with the making of art objects, sponsor-
ing art entertainments, and studying about the works of fine art. Two of the
high points in their program is the Annual Beaux Arts Ball, which is a costume
affair, and the bus trip to Cincinnati to see the art of the Museum. Terminal.
Rockwood Pottery and other points in the city.
First Row: Maddox, Hartley, Strange, Lamb, Johnson, Holbrook, Robinson. Second Row:
Reed, Clarkson, West, Shipley, Francis, Maxey, Bentley, Watson, Sammons, O'CulI Grey,
Caudill, Stoops. '
BETA CHI ZETA
Paul Maddox ...,...,.,....... ................... P resident
William Clarkson .... ...... V ice-President
Barbara Strange ,..............,........ ....... S ecretary
F. T. West J. A. Stoops C. F. Reed
The Beta Chi Zeta is an organization for students who are majoring or
minoring in Chemistry, Botany or Zoology. Students who have had tour
hours in any one of these fields may become associate members.
The purpose of the club is to promote greater interest in Biological and
Chemical sciences and to increase and promote friendship among students and
The club meets on the first and third Tuesday night of each month. The
program for the first Tuesday is planned and given by students. One of the
sponsors then has charge of the next meetings.
Firsf row-Johnson, Creech. Mobley. Jayne, Moore, Wheeler, Cain, Laslinger, Pafrick, Second row-
Kirby, Baile, Menges, Wilson, Fugeli, Meekin. Whiff, Carroll Hall. Hays, Carpenfer. Third row-
Roberis, Barber, Skaggs. Dickerson. Ellinglon, Fair, Haney, ller, Lamb. Fourfh row-Clemenr Hall.
Sickafus, Arneff. Cox, Crocker, Prefer, Osborn, Shipley. McCann. Malone, While. Noi proton!-
The MSTC chorus, conducied by Miss Florence
Carpenrer, in 'rhe absence of Mr. Marvin E. George.
has grown rhroughouf ihe year lo forfy members,
mos+ of +hese are maiors in fhe music deparimenf.
buf lhe chorus is open +o everyone in rhe college
who likes lo sing. The purpose of ihe chorus is 'lo
give an opporfunify 'ro all who enjoy ensemble sing-
ing lo become familiar wi+h various fypes of good
choral music. The g ro u p presenis af leasf one
assembly program each quar'rer, and also works wiih
church choirs in +he communiiy on greaf sacred
works like "The Messiah," presenfed a+ Chrisfmas.
and "The Seven Las'r Words," presenled on "Good
Friday." Occasional performances our-of-fown are
also enioyed by 'rhis group. The unusually large
proporfion of men in rhe chorus 'rhis year led fo
fhe formarion of a male chorus, whose musical selec-
fions len? varie+y +o +he programs +ha+ were pre-
Firsf row-Thoman, Tolliver. Lamb, Hays, Graham. McCann. Mobley. Second row-Creech, Green.
Wood, Wheeler. Meelcin, Shipley, Hall, Huffman. Siclcafus, Cox. Third row-Malone, Moore, Wilson,
Baile. Fugeff, Banks. ller, Cain, Graves. Fourih row-Mobley. Crocker. Kirby. Osborn, Whill. While.
Claylon, Fair, Menges. Day. Fifth row-Arneft Enzinna, Fair.
The Morehead Sfafe Teachers College Band has
enioyed ouisfanding success +his year. The march-
ing band. which plays af all afhlelic evenfs, has dis-
played precision, versafilify and musicianship in
lheir performances. Much praise has been be-
sfowed upon fhis unit bofh locally and abroad.
The purpose of 'the concerf band is 'rhal' of pre-
senfing and promoiing inferesl' in 'rhe besf of band
music. This unif presenls many concerls on 'rhe
college campus. including an ouldoor concerr series.
This year a successful concerf four of nine ciries in
+his area was made as part of 'rhe educafional pro-
mofion program of +he college and also To creale
a greaier in'reres+ in fhe music program of fhe sev-
Sealed-Parker. Sfanding-Hays. Thompson. l-loolcer. Timko, Vanhoose. Noi presonf-Varney, Puri:-
Joane Thompson ..
Alonzo Varnoy ....
...... Business Manager
. . .. . Circulaiion Manager
.. . . . . .. Sporis Wriier
William Hays .. ..... Reporier
Jack Hoolror .. .... Reporter
James Purlmhiser. ..... Reporier
Emme'H Bradley .... ..... S ponsor
The Trail Blazer has gone ihrough fhis year againsf
numerous odds. Despiie fhese difficuliies which
normally befall a college publicaiion, 'rhe paper has
made ifs regular appearances on 'ihe campus +wo
Wednesdays of each monih. Many people have
passed favorable complimenfs +o ihe grind of ihe
enduring siaff, and of iheir sponsor. Mr. Bradley.
This is +he eighfeenfh year of publicaiion of ihe
Trail Blazer and we are proud io know ihaf we have
lcepf +he frail blazed for The iuiure siudenis.
The Trail Blazer is a member of ihe Associa+ed
Collegioie Press. Naiional Press Associaiion, and
Kenfuclcy Press Associaiion. li' is represenied for
nafional adveriising by The Naiional Adveriising
Firsf row-Bledsoe, M. Fair, Creech. Bowles. Second row-Horn, McKenzie, Cecil. Reed. Slaier, N.
Fair, Zornes, Zimmerman. Parker. Carey. Third row-Bafison. Morris, Lyons, Malone, Prolcopovich.
MSTC iMysiicl Club
Jack Pobsf ......
Peggy Bowles .....
Marl Fair ..........
Doroihy Hilliard .....
The Mysfic Club was organized in 'rhe memory
of Coach Len Miller in ihe Fall of l945. This is ihe
"Pep Club" of 'rhe campus and Hs duiies include
'rhe supervision of eleciing cheerleaders, and plan-
ning all pep rallies on fhe campus. H' fosiers keen
inieresf and pariicipaiion in all sporfs.
H' is a 'rraclifion of fhe club +o sponsor an annual
.. . . . Secrefary
. . . . Treasurer
. . . . Sponsor
Valeniine Ball, which was given on February 7 +his
year. Wiih +he .money cleared af lhis dance a bas-
lceiball +rip or anofher acfivity showing loyalfy 'lo
'rhe school will be enioyecl by The club.
All aihlefes are auiomaiically honorary members
ancl may become acfive members when 'ihey pass
fhe inifiafion service. Q
Firsf row-Hammond, Shipley, Fair. Turner. Earwood, Lylrins, Cox. Second row-Pallxo. Graves, C.
Fair. Thompson, Johnson, Donnelly. Lay, Grey, While, Fair, Biclcers. Noi' presenf-Hackworfh, McCoig.
Sammons. Thomas. Hays.
James Turner ..... ....... P residenf
James Donnelly .... .. . Vice-Presidenf
Nell Fair ....... ..... S ecrefary
Belly Eerwood ........... .. .... Treasurer
Linus A. Fair Paul C. Oversfreef
The Mu Phi Club was organized fhe second ierm relefed +o Mafhemalics and Physics. Each program
of I939. Hs membership consisis of fhose sfudenis is followed by a social hour a+ which refreshmenfs
who are inferesled in Maihemafics and Physics. If are served.
meefs rwice each monfh for discussion .of Topics
Firsf row-Fair, Gallensiein, Blaclc, Wellesly. Second row-Evans, Price. Jaclrson, Thompson, Wellesly.
Denny, Graves. Third row-Turner, Shafer, Wesl. Noi presenf--Mary Ella Lappin, Joyce Wolford.
Ruby Kinder G-rigsby, Lofiie Glover, Meia WhiH. Margarei Howard.
KAPPA DELTA PI
Meri Fair ........
Frank Gallensfein ..
Mrs. Jean D. Blaclr
Mrs. W. M. Wesley
Dr. Hugh M. Shafer ..
Epsilon There Chapfer of Kappa Delia Pi was
insfallecl a+ Morehead April 7, I942. This Nafional
Honorary Frafernify is open fo oufsfanding siudenis
in +heir iunior. senior, and gracluafe years. The
organizarion is primarily inieresrecl in fhe promorion
of science. fideliiy 'ro humanify, service. and scholar-
.... . . .. Presidenf
. . . Secrerary
ship. Membership cons+i+u'res a mark of disiincrion
in +he feaching profession.
The organizarion was esfablished fo encourage
high professional, inrellecrual and personal sian-
dards, and +o recognize ouisranding con+ribu+ions
ro educafion. E
Sealed-Haney. M. May, Pace. Sfanding-Earwood, Jolly, Dr. McShea, Hoolzer, Lay, Johnson. Turner
and L. May. Members noi presenf-Pence. Wafson, Kiser, and Esrill.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Gordon Jolly ....
Marihe Esfill .,.
Belly Pace .........
Dr. Hugh J. McShea .... ..
The Fuiure Teachers Of America is a professional
organizafion composed of prospeclive +eachers.
This chapfer is an imporfanl' par? of 'rwo greal'
organizafions. namely, +he Nalional Educafional
The' purposes of our organizafionz +o develop
leadership, praclical 'rraining experience in working
'rogefher in a democra+ic way on +he problems of
our profession and our communifies. lo enrich The
.. . . Vice Presidenf
. . . . . Secrefery
spirii of college life. and To esfablish a professional
cifizenship which every member will wish fo conlinue
so long as he is a feacher.
"li ever rhere was a cause, if ever lhere can be a
cause worihy 'ro be upheld by all of foil or sacrifice
fha? fhe human hearf can endure. ii is ihe cause of
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Firsf row-N. Fair. Wheeler, Moore. Menges. Second row-Mobley, ller. Lamb, Kirby, M. Fair, Wilson,
Thompson, Menges. Griem. Third row-Meelcin, Arnefl, Cox, Shipley, Osborn, Dobyns, Carpenfer,
Carroll Hall, Baile, C, Fair. Whiff, Fugeff. Noi' preseni-While, Crocker, Grahamn, Hayes, Molone,
Siclcafus, McCann. Clemenf Hall, Cain.
Lois Wheeler ...
Nell Fair ........
Evelyn Moore ....
Helen Griem ....
The Crescendo Club, one of ihe mosl' aclive
musical organizarions on rhe campus. was organized
in I944 for 'rhe purpose of furrhering musical infer-
esis and enriching +he musical life of +he siudenrs.
The club is engaged in various ac'rivi'ries includ-
ing: supplying ushers for concerrs on lhe campus,
. . . . Vice Presidenf
. . . . Socrefary
. . . Treasurer
. . . Sponsor
sponsoring luncheons for visiling arrisls, giving an
annual Chrislmas Parry. sponsoring a spring dance
from which rhe funds are used ro purchase equip-
mem for lhe music deparrmenl. -
Acfive membership is limifed +o Those working
Toward a maior or minor in music.
Firsf row-Sfafon. N. Fair, M. Fair, Bledsoe, Pefriclc. Second row-Zimmerman, Mckenzie, Benlley. Slafer. Well-
man. ller. Lewis. Third row-Johnson, Sfrange. Parker, Haney. Morrison, Horn.
W. A. A.
Merl Fair ....
Jewell Bledso ....
The Woman's Afhlefic Associafion is an organi-
zefion open 'lo all women sfudenfs inferesled in par-
ficipafing in any form of physical acfivily. The club
meefs every Monday nighf from 6:30 +o 7:30. Tour-
..... . .. Presidenl
. . . . Vice Presidenf
.. . .. Treasurer
namenfs for fhe various sporfs are held during fhe
proper season and playdays, invi+ing o+her colleges.
are held every so offen.
Firsf row-Brogan. Burke, Perpish, E. Lyons. B. Workman, Pryor. Mauser. Wing. Dyer. A. Schlepfovich
Belz. Ball. Second row-Everharf. Griffin. Burfon. Keadle, Weaver. MocLaughlin, M. Lyons, Queen
F. Moricle, Roselli. L. Workman, Walker. Third row-Radiunas. Johnson. Laughlin, Barber. Galbrallh
J. Moricle. C. Schlepfovich, Kirfley, Siple, T. Lyons, Merediih, Hoffman. Powlowslci, Love, Collis
Foo+ball Season I947
Kenfucky "B" .... 2l Morehead .
Offerbien . . . . . 6 Morehead .
Marshall .. .... 34 Morehead .
Murray . . . .... I3 Morehead . .
Kenfuclcy "B" .... 24 Morehead . .
Wesf Liberiy .... I8 Morehead .
Georgelown . . . 6 Morehead . .
Easfern . . . .... 34 Morehead .
Wesrern . . .... 2I Morehead . .
..i Pew Powlowslil LarrY Wo,kman
The gradualion of 'rhese fhree mainsprings of the off because of fheir femporary "leave of absence"
Eagle gridmen leaves no small vacancies in +he wi1'hl'he Armed Forces.
Morehead line up' They all shared honors by being selec+ed on 'Phe
Each one a veferan ball player. fhey refurned +o all KIAC feam fhis year.
Morehead in order +o finish where 'lhey had lefl
End Coach-Bob Laughlin, Head Coach-Ellis Johnson. Lino Coach-Sfanley Radiunas.
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Hutchinson, Allen, Lay. Ball. Lyons. Martin, Fraley, Pobst, Mudd. Scroggins Battson Players noi' plc
'lured-Hoffman, Kirtley. Tucker. Mayhall, Risner.
West Texas State .
West Texas State .
Ky. Wesleyan ..
South Dakota .....
Evansville . . .
Ky. Wesleyan . . .
Georgetown . . .
Dusquesne . . .
Marshall . .
Basketball Season I947-48
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Sonny Allen, Guard
Jack Pobst, Cua
Tom Lyons, Center
Dick Scroggins, Cua rd
Bill Martin, Forward
Frank Fraley, Forward
Don Battson, Guard
Bill Ball, Guard
Luke Risner, Center
Ellis Johnson, Head COOCP1
Bob Lauqhlin, Assistant Coach
Marvin Mayhfall, Center
JOl1I'1 Hoffman, Guord
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Every year outstanding students from Morehead are chosen to represent
the school in the National publication, Who's Who in American Colleges
and Universities. These selections are based upon notable records in both
scholastic and extra-curricular activities, The success which these students
have achieved speaks for itself. These are the students of which Morehead
State College can justly be proud, l
JOHN COLLIS BILL EVERHART ARTHUR STEWART PAUL MADDOX
MERL FAIR NANCY HOLBROOK EVELYN MOORE
RAY HEINISCH JEANE THOMPSON NELL FAIR
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General Lee is surrounded by his officers and brothers-in-arms. At the extreme left
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Gordon. The tall man on horseback looking in the direction in which Fitzhugh Lee is
pointing is Stonewall Jackson, whom Lee called his "Right Arm.". A. P. Hill stands
beside the tree. General Lee, scanning the field of battle, is the center of the group,
dominating the picture.
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