Morris Harvey College - Harveyan Yearbook (Charleston, WV)

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fAY miw MARY LEE MITCHELL Editor DIXIE HATFIELD Business Manager yyff 3 y - " Too PRESIDENT LEONARD RIGGLEMAN PRODUCT of the mountains of West T NIl Virginia, he is taking a prominent part in the movement to make the Four-Fold life a reality to the people of his native state. As presi- dent of his Alma Mater, he is striving to extend educational opportunities to the young people who would otherwise be denied. In appreciation ot these services and in recognition of his outstand- ing Christian character, his idealism, and the mag- netism of his personality, the Harveyan Staff of 1932 affectionately dedicates this book. [ )) DE Die ACTION P K i (SfV N ESTLED in the hills of West Virginia, Morris Harvey College is making pos- sible a broader and richer life for the young men and women of this region .... With this background in mind, we have chosen a theme which will convey the genuineness and high ideals of the brave men who first cleared the way and settled this once wild but now beauti- fully peaceful section. May this book ever be a golden source of pleasant memories to us, even when we also start the climb into those celestial heights of eternal bliss. FOREWORD BOOK I CLASSES BOOK II ACTIVITIES BOOK III FEATURES BOOK IV ATHLETICS DIXIE HATFIELD Business Manager KATHRYN W. LYNCH Assistant Editor HANSFORD WELCH Sf Assistant Business Manager C i JENNINGS FAST Organization Editor ROBERT E. BELL Athletic Editor AMIE VARNER Class Editor CARLTON E. WELCH Advertising Manager DOROTHY MAY BRALEY Art Editor GORDON SANDERS Assistant Art Editor CALDWELL DUDLEY Faculty Advisor X- e . -fcy E-j rf p CD, LEONARD RIGGLEMAN President of the College A.B., Morris Harvey College; A.M., Southern Methodist University; Graduate Student Northwestern University and Michigan State College. Page 9 m A. J. WALTON Dean of the College and Head of the Department of Religion A.B., B.S.L., International Christian Col- lege; Graduate Student Bible Seminary of New York and Department of Education, Columbia University. ASHBY C. BLACKWELL Professor of Chemistry A.B., A.M., Randolph-Macon College; Graduate Student Princeton University and University of Chicago. GLADYS SCRANAGE Dean of Women B.S H.E., West Virginia University. ROBERT L. LASLEY Head of the English Department A.B., A.M., University of North Caro- lina; Graduate Student University of Wisconsin. Page 10 FACULTY ALPHA L. OWENS Professor of Modern Languages A.B., A.M., University of Kansas; Grad uate Student University of Chicago, Mid dlebury Spanish College, University of Porto Rico and The Sorbonne, Paris; Ph. D , Johns Hopkins University. P. E. ROLLER Professor of Mathematics and Physics A.B., Friends University; M.A., Univer- sity of Colorado; M.S., University of Ne- braska; Ph.D., University of Colorado. C. LEE SHILLIDAY Professor of Biology Ph.B., M.S., Ohio University; Graduate Student Ohio University and Cornell Uni- versity. HARRY F. KING Professor of History A.B., Morris Harvey College; A.M., Virginia University. Page 11 A ' 3F Vif T§ j FLORENCE HOWARD Instructor in Religious Education and Education General Assembly Training School for Lay Workers; LJnion Seminary; Ohio University; A.B., Morris Harvey Col- lege. GENEVIEVE GARRETT NILAN Professor of Music Diploma in Piano and Voice; B.M., Hol- lins College; Student, Alfred Y. Cornell. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS Instructor in English Randolph-Macon Women’s College; A.M., Vanderbilt University. CALDWELL DUDLEY Instructor in Journalism and Director of Publicity Berea College; A.B., Morris Harvey College. Page 12 F y? ' ' v ▼ GILBERT L. WELCH Head Coach of Football A.B., University of Pittsburgh. GEORGE C. NILAN Director of Athletics A.B., Vanderbilt University- Marshall College. Page 13 8fc »• • Ashby C. Blackwell Glass Motto: Aster Per Aspera Colors: Crimson and White Flower: Red Rose Elmo Kelley - - President Dixie Hatfield - ------ Vice-President Mary Lee Mitchell ------ Secretary-Treasurer Prof. Ashby C. Blackwell Faculty Advisor Margaret Bunch A.B. Mary Lee Mitchell b.s. Katherine B. Cottle A.B. Isabel Murrill A.B. Georgia Flory A.B. William A. Murrill B.S. Frank Hager b.s. Beltran Phillips A.B. Dixie Hatfield A.B. Olive Riggleman A.B. Louie Hoff A.B. E. Kyle Sawyers A.B. Elmo Kelley A.B. Alyce Smith A.B. Hfrbert C. Lantz b.s. Ernest Snodgrass A.B. Laurel May b.s. Mabel Varner B.S. ED. Mary Lee Mitchell CANDIDATE FOR DIPLOMA IN PIANO SENIORS T GEORGIA OCHELTREE FLORY Clarksburg, W. Va. alpha MU West Virginia Wesleyan College 1; West Virginia University, Kappa Phi Omega; Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 3, President 4; Morris Harvey Singers 2, 3, 4; Polyglot Club 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Rosa Harvey Student Government, Vice-President 3. DIXIE EVELYN HATFIELD Barboursville, W. Va. PHI LAMBDA TAU Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Representative to Student Council; Comet Staff Advertising Manager 2; Phi Lambda Tau 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Polyglot Club 2; Harveyan Staff Assistant Advertising Manager 3, Business Man- ager 4; Morris Harvey Singers 3; Secretary and Treasurer of Junior Class; Vice- President of Senior Class. Page 19 LOUIE DONIVON BOYCE HOFF Hamlin, W. Va. PHI SIGMA PHI Vice-President of Freshman Class; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Phi Sigma Phi 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 3, President 4; Life Service Group 1,2; Y.M C.A. 1,2; Polyglot Club 1, 2, 3; Morris Harvey Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4; Morris Harvey Singers 1, 2, 3, 4. BYRON ELMO KELLEY Harriston, Va. SIGMA UPSILON, ZETA KAPPA Cheer Leader 1; President of Freshman Class; Secretary of Sophomore Class; Presi- dent of Junior Class; President of Senior Class; Life Service Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Morris Harvey Singers 1, 4; Sigma Upsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 4, President 3; Zeta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; Comet Staff Ad Solicitor 1, Business Manager 2, 3, Editor 3, Assistant Advertising Manager 4; Rural Life Club Vice-President 2; Y.M. C.A. Vice-President 2, President 3; President of Student Body 4. Page 20 NMpIjia? = A 9 SENIORS T HERBERT C. LANTZ Barboursville, W. Va. CHI BETA PHI, ZETA KAPPA Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 4; Zeta Kappa 3, 4. MARY LEE MITCHELL Barboursville, W. Va. PHI LAMBDA TAU Morris Harvey Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, President 3; Comet Staff Assistant Business Manager 1,2; Harveyan Staff Editor 4; Phi Lambda Tau 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Polyglot Club 2, 3; Secretary of Senior Class. Page 21 OLIVE RIGGLEMAN Barboursville, W. Va. PHI LAMBDA TAU Graduate of Morris Harvey Academy 1927; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Pierian Literary Society 1; Phi Lambda Tau 3, 4, Secretary 4; Polyglot Club 3, 4; Debating Club 2, 4, President 4, Member of Debating Team Winning Second Place in State Con- test 4; Vice-President of Junior Class. EDWIN KYLE SAWYERS Smoot, W. Va. VARSITY CLUB Pootball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 1, 2, 3; Life Service Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.M.C.A. Committee 2. SENIORS ▼ ALYCE THOMPSON SMITH Barboursville, W. Va. ALPHA MU Vice-President Freshman Class 1926-27; Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Polyglot Club 4. ERNEST WALTER SNODGRASS New Martinsville, W. Va. ZETA KAPPA, SIGMA UPSILON Football 1 , 2; Tennis 2, 4; Sigma Upsilon 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Zeta Kappa 2, 3, 4; Editor Comet 3. MABEL WINIFRED VARNER Barboursville, W. Va. PHI KAPPA SIGMA Summer Terms at Glenville State Teachers College; Marshall College, Summer of 1930; Morris Harvey 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 4; Poly- glot Club 2, 3, 4; Morris Harvey Singers 2, 3. ■ Page 24 IFfel 3 " J= VO mn Motto: " Know Thyself” Colors: Purple and White F l ower: chrysanthemum Ralph Swann President Argel Warner Vice-President Sue Amole Jackie Rogers Secretary - T reastirer iM ri Lawson Adkins Ernest McCoy Sue Amole Lillian McClellan Lacy H. Burns Isabel Murrill Mary Jo Carson Topsy O’Dell Eddie Chaffin Paul Phillips Joe Fry Gatha Ramsey Bernard Fulton Jackie Rogers Hershell Graham Walter Stanley Ray Gray Harley Stewart Virginia Dare Harris Louise Swann John Jackson Ralph Swann Opal Leake Amie Varner Cebert Lee Hobert Vaught Antje Locke Argel Warner ' vAtp trio Page 26 A A A X. A A A A ' • A w JUNIORS V SUE AMOLE OAK HILL W. VA. JOE FRY RONCEVERTE W. VA. JUNIORS V MARY JO CARSON MILLWOOD W. VA. BERNARD FULTON MADISON W. VA. HERSHELL GRAHAM HURRICANE W. VA. OPAL LEAKE HURRICANE W. VA. JOHN JACKSON RONCEVERTE W. VA. ANTJE LOCKE MILTON W. VA. Tv i Jk:t ..Wwi 05 har JUNIORS RALPH SWANN BARBOURSVILLE W. VA. HOBERT VAUGHT ELIZABETH W. VA. PAUL PHILLIPS BELINGTON W. VA. JUNIORS ▼ TOPSY O’DELL PEACH CREEK W. VA. JACKIE ROGERS MINDEN W. VA. AMIE VARNER BARBOURSVILLE W. VA. ARGEL WARNER BUCKHANNON W. VA. f Ruth McClain - -- -- -- -- Secretary Robert Coplin - Treasurer Robert Baylous Marlin Bias Ralph Bird Virginia Carroll Cary Chambers Wanda Clark Floyd Conant Robert Coplin Oswald Cyfers Elmer Dickinson Robert Easton Jennings Fast Raymond Forbes Elliott Gibson Geraldine Kidd Russell Kilgore J. C. Lambert Cecil Lindsay Kathryn Lynch Ray Martin Clarence Mason Ruth McClain John B. McCorkle Ruth Melton Eathel Midkiff Dorothy Miller Virginia Mullins Donald Overstreet Alice Oxendale Oda Pauley Cary Howard Rayburn Vivian Sansom Louise See Lawrence Snyder Bernice Spencer Alva T. Stewart Okey Summers Robert Talley Harley Townsend Goldie Vitez William Wade Carlton Welch ft. f® l4L ; ' J( SOPHOMORES RALPH BIRD ATHENS, W. VA. VIRGINIA CARROLL MILTON, W. VA. FLOYD CONANT LEROY, W. VA. ROBERT COPLIN ELIZABETH, W. VA. ELMER DICKINSON BARBOURSVILLE, W. VA. ROBERT EASTON MINDEN, W. VA. JENNINGS FAST CHARLESTON, W. VA. RAYMOND FORBES OAK HILL, W. VA. ELLIOTT GIBSON ELIZABETH, W. VA. GERALDINE KIDD OMAR, W. VA. RUSSELL KILGORE PRICHARD, W. VA. CECIL LINDSAY OAK HILL, W. VA. iVtE 1932 SOPHOMORES KATHRYN LYNCH ST. ALBANS, W. VA. CLARENCE MASON SETH, W. VA. RUTH MELTON HENDERSON, W. VA. DOROTHY MILLER BARBOURSVILLE, W. VA. RUTH McCLAIN CEDAR GROVE, W. VA. JOHN B. McCORKLE LOGAN, W. VA. DONALD OVERSTREET HUNTINGTON, W. VA. ALICE OXENDALE MINDEN, W. VA. ODA PAULEY MADISON, W. VA. ROBERT TALLEY MILTON, W. VA. WILLIAM WADE BECKLEY, W. VA. Page 32 CARLTON WELCH PARKERSBURG, W. VA. W Colors: Blue and White Class of 1935 Motto: " Onward and Upward " Margaret Burdette Jennings Fast Richard Defibaugh Carl Miller - Etta Alley Kathryn Amole Veryl Andrews Eugene Archer Martin Backus Melvin Bailes Robert Bell Jean Biggart Cosby Blackwood Mary Lou Brady Dorothy May Braley Margaret Burdette Mozelle Burgess Ruth Butcher Curtis Cabell Lionel Canterbury Bonnie Chrisman Oden Clendenin Shirley Cole Elizabeth Coney Byron Coon Fred Coulter Margaret Cunningham Edward Davis Geneva Davis Eleanor Dawson Richard Deiibaugh Charles Dickinson Leon Domer Emma M. Doss Homer Eggleston Anna Finley Herbert Ford Randall Forbes Prof. Robert L. Lasley Faculty Advisor A. C. Forsyth, Jr. Elsie Geren Louise Gibbs Ruth Herold Paul Hillman Aletha Hinchman Wetzel Hinchman Tom Holstein Maud Jaynes Essa Jennings Irene Krepps Dolly Lambert Hetty Lantz Beatrice Lawwill Emory Legg Pauline Lewis Thelma Lockwood Thomas Long Doris Luster Richard Mallory Merle Martin Adolph Marushi Arthur McDonald Tom Mehen Flora Messinger Cora Midkiff Ray Midkiff Rhoda Midkiff Carl Miller Baber Morris Keith Morrison James Murrill Virginia Murrill Delsia Noe Alice Nutter Flower: Sweet Pea President - Vice-President Secretary - T rea surer Herbert Nutter Lambuth Nutter Lloyd Nutter Fred Oxendale H. Van Pierson Sam Politano Maud Ray Anna Mae Richmond Della Richmond Cecil Rimmer Jennings Roberts Garner Roush Howard Rutter Carl Sams Gordon Sandeks Clarence Scott Broney Sewenski Earl Shumate Emma Mae Smith Sylvia Sovine Emory Tamplin Kenneth Thierry Kenneth Vaught Garnet Vickers Margaret Vitez Charles Watkeys John Watkins Paul Watkins Virginia Welch William White Milton Whytsell Morris Williams Elmer Wilson Earl Yeager FRESHMEN ▼ ETTA ALLEY CINDERELLA, W. VA. KATHRYN AMOLE OAK HILL, W. VA. VERYL ANDREWS CHARLESTON, W. VA. EUGENE ARCHER PARKERSBURG, W. VA. MARTIN BACKUS OAK HILL, W. VA. MELVIN BAILES GAD, W. VA. ROBERT BELL POINT PLEASANT, W. VA. JEAN BIGGART HUNTINGTON, W. VA. DOROTHY BRALEY HUNTINGTON, W. VA. MARY LOU BRADY BARBOURSVILLE, W. VA. MARGARET BURDETTE POINT PLEASANT, W. VA. MOZELLE BURGESS SANGER, W. VA. CURTIS CABELL ONA, W. VA. LIONEL CANTERBURY MADISON, W. VA. BONNIE CHRISMAN BURNSVILLE, W. VA. FRESHMEN T SHIRLEY COLE JANE LEW, W. VA. ELIZABETH CONEY ST. ALBANS, W. VA. BYRON COON SETH, W. VA. MARGARET CUNNINGHAM LOGAN, W. VA. EDWARD DAVIS CATLETTSBURG, KY. GENEVA DAVIS PRICHARD, W. VA. ELEANOR DAWSON ASHLAND, KY. RICHARD DEFIBAUGH PARKERSBURG, W. VA. CHAS. DICKINSON BARBOURSVILLE, W. VA. EMMA M. DOSS HUNTINGTON, W. VA. HOMER EGGLESTON STONE, KY. ELSIE GEREN RAVENSWOOD, W. VA. LOUISE GIBBS FRANKFORT, KY. RUTH HEROLD COWEN, W. VA. PAUL HILLMAN RIVERTON, KY. 4 ilwi ' rrfli! 1932 FRESHMEN V ALETHA HINCHMAN BARBOURSVILLE, W. VA. ESSA JENNINGS LOGAN, W. VA. DOLLY LAMBERT BARBOURSVILLE, W. VA. HETTY LANTZ EPPERLY, W. VA. EMORY LEGG CHAPMANVILLE, W. VA. MERLE MARTIN HAMLIN, W. VA. ADOLPH MARUSHI ROSSMORE, W. VA. RAY MIDRIFF SMITH, W. VA. BABER MORRIS PARKERSBURG, W. VA. I 1 hJ To V- KEITH MORRISON SMOOT, w. VA. FRED OXENDALE MILTON, W. VA. H. VAN PIERSON CHARLESTON, W. VA. SAM POLITANO POINT MARION, PA. ANNA MAE RICHMOND INEZ, KY. DELLA RICHMOND INEZ, KY. Page V X s FRESHMEN ▼ JENNINGS ROBERTS HAMLIN, W. VA. GARNER ROUSH WALNUT GROVE, W. VA. GORDON SANDERS SOUTH PORTSMOUTH, KY. CLARENCE SCOTT CAMDEN-ON-GAULEY, W. VA. EARL SHUMATE OAK HILL, W. VA. EMMA MAE SMITH HAMLIN, W. VA. KENNETH VAUGHT ELIZABETH, W. VA. GARNET VICKERS HAMLIN, W. VA. JOHN WATKINS SUTTON, W. VA. PAUL WATKINS SUTTON, W. VA. WILLIAM WHITE HAMLIN, W. VA. MILTON WHYTSELL CHAPMANVILLE, W. VA. ELMER WILSON COWEN, W. VA. NELLE WOODALL HAMLIN, W. VA. @ Elmo Kelley President of the Student Body Argel Warner Vice-President of the Student Body Chandos Young Secretary-Treasurer of the Student Body Cecil Lindsay Sergeant -at -Arms Ernest Snodgrass Senior Class Representative Hansford Welch Senior Class Representative Ernest McCoy Junior Class Representative Mary Jo Carson Junior Class Representative Geraldine Kidd Sophomore Class Representative Robert Easton Sophomore Class Representative Sam Politano Freshman Class Representative Essa Jennings Freshman Class Representative Page 40 V V - " V. Vy mr?, Rosa Harvey Student Government Rosa Harvey Student Government was organized in 1931 for the purpose of developing better scholastic and social relations among the students living in the dormitory. The organization has its Constitution, By-Laws, Rules, Executive Board, and regular meetings. During the year the group has sponsored parties, teas and rec- reational programs. Miss Gladys Scranage ------- Dean of Women Sue Amole - President Gatha Ramsey - - - Vice-President Ruth Melton - - Secretary Topsy O’Dell - Junior Representative Kathryn Lynch ----- Sophomore Representative Geneva Davis ------- Freshman Representative Page 41 (JENNINGS FAS ' . Organization Ednoi CALDWELL Focal g Ai ivzsor MARY LEE MITCHELL Fdi or € W V- 1 W t tv Vl Wo slant Art Editor SiMfe e_l: Page 42 V: mV , .JiiuKlH ' ' :C i K1 Alpha Mu Sorority Georgia Flory President Topsy O’Dell Vice-President Kathryn Lynch --------- Secretary Alyce Smith ------- - Treasurer Topsy O’Dell - Program Chairman Mrs. Genevieve Garrett Nilan Sponsor ACTIVE MEMBERS IN COLLEGE Georgia Flory Topsy O’Dell Geraldine Kidd Alyce Smith Kathryn Lynch Louise Swann PLEDGES Margaret Burdette Louise Gibbs ALUMNAE IN URBE Pauline Caton Bettie Allen Vallandingham Nelle Jimison Truby Vance Page 44 ¥- X - .A. - J JL —A - J J L Pauline Caton Topsy O’Dell Margaret Burdette Louise Gibbs Kathryn Lynch Georgia Flory Geraldine Kidd Alyce Smith 1932 Dixie Hatfield Mary Lee Mitchell - Olive Riggleman - Mary Jo Carson - Miss Florence Howard Mrs. Charles Morris -------- Patroness Mrs. Ashby C. Blackwell - Patroness Mary Lou Brady, 3 5 Mozelle Burgess, 3 5 Mary Jo Carson, 33 Bonnie Chrisman, 3 5 Margaret Cunningham, 3 5 Emma M. Doss, 3 5 Dixie Hatfield, 32 Essa Jennings, 3 5 Merle Martin, 3 5 Ruth Melton, 34 Ruth McClain, 34 Mary Lee Mitchell, 32 Isabel Murrill, 32 Virginia Murrill, 3 5 Oda Pauley, 34 Olive Riggleman, ’32 Nelle Woodall, 3 5 Page 46 ■nifc 1 7 . 1 . I. . ' t ' 3 a tJ ■ fS toil ■Hi Wi ' } jar 01 g M A mlf ) 0 l J fll 4 MRS. A. C. BLACKWELL, MARY LOU BRADY, MOZELLE BURGESS, MARY JO CARSON, BONNIE CLIRISMAN. MARGARET CUNNINGHAM, EMMA M. DOSS, DIXIE HATFIELD, FLORENCE HOWARD. ESSA JENNINGS, MERLE MARTIN, RUTH McCLAIN, RUTH MELTON, MARY LEE MITCHELL. ISABEL MURRILL, VIRGINIA MURRILL, ODA PAULEY, OLIVE RIGGLEMAN, NELLE WOODALL. Page 47 . , K • : i y % il (e) ' s Phi Kappa Si ma Sorority Am ie Varnf.r -------- ----- - President Mabel Varner ---------- Vice-President Fay Bryan - -- -- -- - Secretary-Treasurer Miss Gladys Scranage ----- Sponsor Dr. Alpha Owens - - - Patroness Kathryn Amole Sue Amole Fay Bryan Lois Bryan Shirley Cole ACTIVE MEMBERS Geneva Davis Eleanor Dawson Louise See Amie Varner Mabel Varner HONORARY MEMBER Miss Virginia Williams Page 48 5 = SUE AMOLE LOUISE SEE FAY BRYAN SHIRLEY COLE AMIE VARNER ELEANOR DAWSON MABEL VARNER KATHRYN AMOLE GENEVA DAVIS GLADYS SCRANAGE 9 Harveyan Chapter of Sigma Upsilon National Literary Fraternity National Order Founded 1906 Harveyan Chapter Installed May 31, 1929 Jackie Rogers - Ernest Snodgrass - Elmo Kelley - Hershell Graham Ralph Swann R. L. Lasley - - President - Vice-President Secretary T rea surer Historian Sponsor FRATRES IN FACULTATE Caldwell Dudley, 30 A. C. Blackwell Leonard Riggleman, 22 H. F. King, 23 FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Marlin Bias Hershell Graham Elmo Kelley Paul Phillips Jackie Rogers Ernest Snodgrass Ralph Swann William Wade Argel Warner FRATRES IN URBE C. N. Fannin, ’24 G. W. Stewart, 22 John T. Fife, 24 J. Doyle Yoak, 27 1932 Marlin Bias, A. C. Blackwell, Caldwell Dudley, Hershell Graham Elmo Kelley, R. L. Lasley, Paul Phillips, Jackie Rogers Ernest Snodgrass, Ralph Swann, William Wade, Argel Warner Page 51 Epsilon Chapter of Chi Beta Phi National Scientific Fraternity National Order Founded 1916 Epsilon Chapter Established May 19, 1923 Argel Warner ------------- President John Jackson ---------- Vice-President Frank Hager ------- Recording Secretary Laurel May ----- Corresponding Secretary Ralph C. Swann ----- Treasurer FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. C. Blackwell C. L. Shilliday L. J. Mitchell FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Ralph Bird Frank Hager John B. McCorkle Floyd Conant John Jackson Jackie Rogers Robert Coplin Russell Kilgore Ralph Swann Raymond Forbes Ray Martin Hobert Vaught Bernard Fulton Laurel May Argel Warner William A. Murrill Page 52 5 ' RALPH BIRD RAYMOND FORBES JOHN JACKSON C. LEE SHILLIDAY A. C. BLACKWELL BERNARD FULTON RAY MARTIN RALPH SWANN FLOYD CONANT FRANK HAGER L. J. MITCHELL HOBERT VAUGHT ROBERT COPLIN RUSSELL KILGORE JACKIE ROGERS ARGEL WARNER Page 53 1 lev j yri- fFW h- % Genevieve Garrett Nilan - - Director Am ie Varner - -- -- ______ Accompanist SOPRANO Sue Amole Louise Gibbs Bonnie Chrisman Kathryn Lynch Mary Lee Mitchell Anna Mae Richmond Mrs. Leonard Riggleman TENOR Elgene Archer [ennings Fast Elmo Kelley Ernest McCoy Arthur McDonald Hobert Vaught Page 54 ALTO Margaret Burdette Mozelle Burgess J o Carson Shirley Cole Elsie Geren BASS Ray Gray Louie Hoff H. Van Pierson Clarence Scott Kenneth Vaught Milton Whytsell a hi ( piftiS , $! ' j£L ' ■ ' •f Wf Z k fe A Alpha Chapter of Zeta Kappa National Social Fraternity Founded at Morris Harvey College, March 14, 1923 Ralph Swann President Jackie Rogers - - - - Vice-President Robert Coplin - -- -- -- -- Secretary Floyd Conant ------- Treasurer FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. C. Blackwell FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Lawson Adkins, 33 Marlin Bias, 34 Floyd Conant, 34 Robert Coplin, ’34 Raymond Forbes, ’34 Elliott Gibson, 34 Frank Hager, 27 John Jackson, 33 Elmo Kelley, ’32 Russell Kilgore, 34 Ray Martin, 34 Jackie Rogers, 33 Ernest Snodgrass, 32 Ralph Swann, ’33 Robert Talley, 34 Hansford Welch, 32 FRATRES IN URBE C. N. Fannin, 24 John T. Fife, 24 J. Doyle Yoak, 27 W. V. Christian, 24 Raymond Walker Murice Beckett Page 56 »0 4 C3 a 0, ' A. A — -v- - CTjC3 A C3 A O t C— ) A - r A i ? § MARLIN BIAS RAYMOND FORBES ELMO KELLEY ERNEST SNODGRASS A. C. BLACKWELL ELLIOTT GIBSON RUSSELL KILGORE RALPH SWANN FLOYD CONANT FRANK HAGER RAY MARTIN ROBERT TALLEY ROBERT COPLIN JOHN JACKSON JACKIE ROGERS HANSFORD WELCH Page 57 WW - Hgta r ip) .0 ©V Ijv f y ©( 1© p© W- Beta Chapter of Phi Sigma Phi Fraternity National Order Founded at Concord College, October 14, 1927 Beta Chapter Founded 1929 Louie Hoff - President Cecil Lindsay Vice-President Argel Warner - Secretary Eddie Chaffin ------- Treasurer FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Veryl Andrews, 3 5 Eugene Archer, ’3 5 Martin Backus, 3 5 Robert Bell, 3 5 Lionel Canterbury, 3 5 Eddie Chaffin, ’33 Richard Defibaugh, 3 5 Robert Easton, ’34 Jennings Fast, 34 Ray Gray, ’33 Louie Hoff, 32 Cecil Lindsay, 34 Ernest McCoy, 33 Keith Morrison, 3 5 Donald Overstreet, 34 Paul Phillips, 33 Gordon Sanders, ’3 5 Clarence Scott, ’3 5 Earl Shumate, 3 5 Lawrence Snyder, 34 Walter Stanley, 33 Argel Warner, 33 Milton Whytsell, 3 5 Frank Dickinson, Honorary Member Page 58 : -ry 3 l a A c Page 59 3 A ? — ' x — 4 — • A — jf—— 3 A Veryl Andrews, Eugene Archer, Martin Backus, Robert Bell, Lionel Canterbury Eddie Chaffin, Richard Defibaugh, Frank Dickinson, Robert Easton, Jennings Fast Ray Gray, Louie Hoff, Cecil Lindsay, Ernest McCoy Keith Morrison, Donald Overstreet, Paul Phillips, Gordon Sanders, Clarence Scott Earl Shumate, Lawrence Snyder, Walter Stanley, Argel Warner, Milton Whytsell i Paul Phillips Olive Riggleman Morris Harvey Debating Club Debating was revived at Morris Harvey College during the 193 1-32 session with unusual success. In their only decision debate of the season, Morris Harvey won from Morchead State Teachers College at Morehead, Kentucky. Non-decision contests were held with teams representing Marshall, Fairmont, West Virginia Wesleyan, and Glenville Colleges. The question of centralized control of industry was discussed. A team composed of Miss Olive Riggleman and Mr. Paul Phillips won second place in the State Contest held in Fairmont. Members of the Morris Harvey club comprising the affirmative and negative teams were Miss Bernice Spencer, Miss Riggleman, Mr. Lacy H. Burns, and Mr. Phillips. Page 60 fPliiK V. If) mm vWW fe»4 r Jr . 3 A°i a A a J i o jeige MARY LEE MITCHELL Most Intellectual Poznan RALPH SMNN kepresentaiive College Man- DIXIE HATFIELD fcepreseniaiive College Woman Page 63 iao ii EMEST SNOMMSS Mosl Intel led ucl Man X Four of One Family Studying Here Morris Harvey College boasts of having four members of one family enrolled in its student body. In the picture above they are, from left to right: Isabel, a Senior; William, a Senior; and Virginia and James Murrill, Freshmen. Besides mak ing good scholarship records, the members of this quartet are quite talented along literary, artistic, and musical lines. They are the children of Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Murrill. Rev. Murrill is pastor of the First M. E. Church, South, of Barboursville. Page 64 §) 2 mr ■ 1932 fid u «£ z S u X CO uj u 3 x uj o J D .. 3 £ 5 E v uj 2 Q " " o ° | 3 g O P a x u CO z £3 z U q£ 2 Oti CQ O . W L_ ts a 2 © n«j 1931 Football Season The football season of 1931 brought with it an entirely new athletic program to Morris Harvey College. Under the supervision of George C. Nilan, director of athletics, guided by the gridiron knowledge of Gilbert L. Welch, coach, and captained by Chandos " Pete” Young, the Golden Eagles completed their schedule, breaking even on games won and lost, against strong competition. The team, although composed chiefly of in- experienced freshmen, had the genteel calibre which makes its history hard to forget. The squad was characterized by hard fighting and clean sportsmanship. MORRIS HARVEY 6— MARSHALL 20 The Eagle schedule opened with Marshall at Fairfield Stadium in Huntington, Fri- day afternoon, September 2 5, wherein the Herd got ten first downs to six for the Red and Gold. The Green and White presented a strong, fleet team with the best back- field combinations in recent years. However, a lot of spirit and fight was shown through- out the game. Lindsay, center, starred in the line for the Eagles. K. Vaught scored for Morris Harvey. MORRIS HARVEY 14— CONCORD 2 At League Park, Huntington, Friday, October 2, the Eagles broke into the winning column by a display of beautiful teamwork. Gardner and Young crossed the goal line for Morris Harvey. Yeardley also did some good work in the backfield. This was the first night game ever played by the Red and Gold. MORRIS HARVEY 0— SALEM 13 The second night game of the season was played at League Park, Thursday, October 8. The Eagle offense was off form all through the contest, and a fleet set of Tiger backs clawed its way to victory. Page 67 jj. -..-if™, ' ■jib " " : ' ■■ i A " - - ■ A ' MIH ' Jim . •i 4kLii Football MORRIS HARVEY 6— FAIRMONT 0 On Friday, October 16, the Golden Eagles met the Fairmont Teachers in a closely contested gridiron encounter. The break came when Pete Young raced 5 8 yards for the only marker of the game. A play by play account of the game was broadcast over Station WMMN, Fairmont. MORRIS HARVEY 19— MOREHEAD 0 A previously undefeated aggregation from Morehead, Kentucky, met its Waterloo at League Park in a night game October 23. There was some gallant pigskin-toting behind a powerful Preacher line that night. It was just a case of one good team playing a bet ter one. Holstein, Welch, and Yeardley crossed the goal line for the Eagles. K. Vaught proved to be a human battering ram in the backfield. Fulton starred in the line. MORRIS HARVEY 26— BLUEFIELD 0 The dope bucket was upset in this game played at Laidley Field, Charleston, Sat- urday, October 31. Expert predictions gave Bluefield a 13 point margin over the Eagles, who by playing consistently soared away to an easy victory. Rutter scored two touch- downs, one after a 3 8 -yard run, while K. Vaught and Canterbury accounted for one each. Defibaugh kicked the two extra points. Welch played a consistently good game in the backfield. The entire Eagle line did stellar work. MORRIS HARVEY 7— BETHANY 0 The Golden Eagles continued their winning streak by defeating Bethany at Parkers- burg, Saturday, November 7. Rutter, in the third period, ran 5 3 yards for a touch- down and Defibaugh kicked the extra point. " Cotton” Welch placed some amazingly exact punts. " Joe” Miller, acting captain, played a great game in the line. MORRIS HARVEY 0— WEST LIBERTY 21 Campiglio and his Orange and Black gridders swung into a stride that was hard to stop at Fairfield Stadium, Saturday afternoon, November 14. At the time of this tilt West Liberty was Conference champion and Campiglio was the Nation’s highest scorer. " Joe” Miller showed his grit in this game which was more of a thriller than the score indicates. MORRIS HARVEY 6— GLENVILLE 14 At League Park, Friday afternoon, November 20, the Pioneers defeated Morris Harvey by two long runs which gave them a lead that could not be overcome. The honors of this game go to Roberts, who was playing his second season of competitive football. He scored after catching a pass from Welch. Heron attempted to block the pass but the ball merely touched his finger tips. MORRIS HARVEY 0— DAVIS ELKINS 33 With the close of the game Saturday, November 28, at Fairfield Stadium, against " Cam” Henderson’s Scarlet Hurricane, the Golden Eagles rang down the curtain on their gridiron schedule. When we think of 1931 with its football glories and football defeats, let us try to remember the D. E. game where the courage of the underdog outshone the brilliance of the victor. In the final period the Hurricane was threatened time and again by the boys of whom " Gibby” Welch might have said, " Stuck in there and pitched.” VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD OF 1932 Back Row: — McCORKLE, YEAGER, ROBERTS, FORBES, MARUSHI. MicUlc Row :— GEORGE NILAN, Coach; RUTTER, HOFF, Captain; FORSYTH, Student Manager Front Row: — BAYLOUS, Season Alumni --------- 25 Knights of Columbus - - - - - - 36 First Presbyterians ------ 43 Marshall - - - - - - - - 38 Fairmont - -- -- -- - 69 Glenville - - - ----29 Salem - -- -- -- --40 Grafton Y. M. C. A. - - - - - - 46 West Liberty 49 Blucfield - -- -- - -36 Glenville - - - - - - - - 33 Marshall - - 36 Davis Elkins --68 Bluefield - - 31 Concord - -- -- -- -46 Salem - 33 Fairmont - -- -- -- -49 Pikeville - -- -- -- -41 Pikeville - - - - - - - - 39 Morehead 44 Marshall -63 GEORGE NILAN, Coach POLITANO, DOMER. 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CZ3 . c A ■ - t U C= J A A C — A C - 3 .A. — ■ — ■ — 1 " The Truth Shall Make You Free” Growing and Serving A steady growth during the past five years is proof that Morris Harvey College is filling a need in the educational system of this State. The student body is drawn from a rather re- stricted area in West Virginia and Eastern Ken- tucky, and is composed largely of young men and young women who, because of their limited financial resources, must look to Morris Harvey for their college training. Enrollment for the 193 1-32 session was about 3 50, exclusive of summer school students, and indications point to an even greater figure for 1932-33. Applications have already been re- ceived from many young people who are seek- ing an opportunity to earn a college education. Truly, Morris Harvey is growing and serving. MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE Leonard Riggleman PRESIDENT BARBOURSVILLE, W. VA A: .. 4 1 ’ “ " • _ .I :.. _ . . ■ . . . a O siL i a = A c— A o a =d Now... 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