Morris Harvey College - Harveyan Yearbook (Charleston, WV)
- Class of 1938
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OF MO mils UAltYEY lOELEOE r» »i ri« (f hi CLllDE RAMSEY, Editor HARRY A. WALLACE Director and Vice President of Columbia Gas and Electric Corp., Director and President of United Fuel Gas Co. and Warfield Natural Gas Co., Director and Vice President of Wood Coal Co. and a Director of Columbia Oil and Gasoline Corp. Page 4 deilicsitioii . . )Q Jl N dedicating our college yearbook to d Harry Alvin Wallace we feel that the College is honored. Mr. Wallace is a business man of outstand- ing achievement. No resident of the capital city is more highly respected in business and social circles than Mr. Wallace. In early life he became identified with the oil and gas business in his native state of Pennsylvania. From a humble beginning in the business he has forged his way step by step to a place of national recognition. He is a past president of the Natural Gas Association of America. His social interests are represented, chiefly, by his membership in the Methodist Church, the Be- nevolent and Protective Order of Elks and Rotary International. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace are the parents of five children, two daughters, Mildred and Vir- ginia, and three sons, Harry, jr., Frank, and Robert. Harry, jr. and Frank, are associated in the work of the United Fuel Gas Company. While Mr. Wallace ' s life has been devoted to business activi ties he is a believer in edu- cation and the editors of the Harveyan count it a privilege to present him as a friend of Morris Harvey. Page 5 P. E. ROLLER, Ph. D., dean of the college and professor of mathematics and physics. MORRIS P. SHAWKEY, LL. D., college business manager and professor of West Virginia history and geography. Page 6 LEONARD RIGGLEMAN FACULTY Elizabeth Bennett, B. S., instruc- tor in physical education. Ashby C. Blackwell, A. M., col- lege vice president and professor of chemistry. Francisco Castillos, A. B., instruc- tor in Spanish. M. R. Dodd, Ph. D., professor of education. E. R. Dorsey, A. M., professor of political science. J. Marvin Glenn, A. M., associate professor of education and public speaking. 8 (pohlon Aimivcrssirv wtmam mmmm KBDH Tlie Harveyan FACULTY Coleman J. Harris, Ph. D., pro- fessor of biology and geology. Martha Lue Hutchison, B. S. in L. S., librarian and instructor in library science. Lucy Jackson, A. B., professor of music. G. A. Johnson, Sc. M., professor of economics and business ad- ministration. Lucina Keane, A. M., associate professor of art. Robert Law Lasley, Ph. D., pro- fessor of English and philosophy. Mtuu - i»:tu Page 9 FACULTY Frieda Kiefer Merry, Ph. D., pro- fessor of elementary education. Ralph Vickers Merry, Ed. D., pro- fessor of secondary education. Rolla J. Matheny, B. D., associate professor of religious education. Mary Catherine Owen, A. M., assistant professor in English and education. Emily K. Olmstead, A. M., asso- ciate professor of religion and sociology Alpha L. Owens, Ph. D., professor of modern languages. Page 10 4»ol(len Anniversary w The Harvey an FACULTY Clarence E. Roth, A. M., pro- fessor of history and political science. C. Lee Shill iday, M. S., professor of biology and geography. James W. Spradling, A. B., in- structor in mathematics. Eleanor S. Thornhill, A. B., in- structor in journalism. Walter Hamilton Walker, Ph. D., professor of physical education and associate professor of chem- istry and physics. Thurman L. Ward, A. B., direc- tor of athletics and head football coach. Page 1 1 ■Hi mm Page 12 FACULTY E. Virginia Williams, A. M., as- sociate professor of English. A. H. Werner, B. S. in E. E., line football coach and head basket- ball coach. Mary Fisher Stout, A. B., secre- tary to the president. Maxie Moore Radford, A. B., bursar. Ernestine King, secretary to the dean. Ruby M. Walker, director of em- ployment bureau. Olive Riggleman, A. B., registrar. fpolrion Anniversary The Harveyan " MISS MORRIS HARVEY " . . . laaa -i93« WEST VIRGINIA ' S CAPITOL . . . Page 1 4 Marshall Buckalew Kcnna Marjparetbelle Bonham Bownomont Thomas Conley Adams Spring Hill Harold Amick Fayetteville SENIORS BUCKALEW, A. B.; president of student body; Harveyan business manager; Comet business manager; president debate club; Phi Sigma Phi; class president, jr.; vice president student body, jr.; West Virginia Wesleyan, fr. BONHAM, A. B.; president Christian Service Club; Phi Lambda Tau; La Douzaine; president of ministerial group, jr.; Chicago Evangelistic Institute. ADAMS, A. B.; student council; Sigma Upsilon; Christian Service Club; Fairmont State Teachers College, soph, and jr.; pastor of St. Paul ' s M. E. Church, South. AMICK, B. S.; class president; Chi Beta Phi, vice president; Phi Sigma Phi, president jr. and sr.; biology student assistant, jr. Page 16 Ciohloii An ii i versa r y The Harveyan Kuth Copley Logan John H. Finlier Charleston Robert W. Dorsey Barboursville Robert Clay Rarboursville I k SENIORS COPLEY, A. B.; Phi Kappa Sigma, vice president; class vice president; attendant in May court; " most intellectual woman, " soph. FISHER, A. B.; Emory and Henry University, fr. and soph. DORSEY, A. B.; student council; Zeta Kappa, president, jr.; Comet, soph, and jr.; Blackfriars, fr. and soph. CLAY, A. B.; football squad, captain, jr. and sr.; Phi Sigma Phi. Page 17 Gladys Jackson Miller Gwinn Mary Kllen Hart barker Virginia Harrison L.ewlsburg Meadow Bridge Clifton Forgo, Va. Chesapeake Hernie Hope Matewan SENIORS JACKSON, A. B.; Alpha Mu; Music Club president; Comet society editor; Harveyan class editor; Blackfriars; La Douzaine; Christian Service Club; Singers; Greenbrier college for women, fr. and soph. GWINN, B. S. in Ed.; class treasurer; Sigma Upsilon, secretary, jr. and sr.; football, fr. and soph.; student manager football; Comet; history student assistant. HARTBARGER, A. B.; Phi Lambda Tau president; class secretary; Comet; Singers, jr.; Blackfriars, jr.; Milligan college, fr. and soph.; Ossalia Literary organization, fr. and soph.; Glee Club, fr. and soph. HARRISON, B. S. in El. Ed.; New River State college. HOPE, A. B.; class president, fr.; Zeta Kappa, fr. and jr.; student council, jr.; More- head State Teachers college, soph.; swimming team, soph. Page 1 8 liolilon Aiiiiivorsarv The Harveyan Mary Elizabeth Kenney Jean Nichols Charleston Charleston Edith W. Kern Bonnie Eons: Claude Ramsey Charleston Charleston Charleston SENIORS KENNEY, B. S. in El. Ed.; Phi Kappa Sigma; Blackfriars; Newman Club; University of Southern California; Marshall college, fr.; Kappa Theta pledge, fr.; Woman ' s Athletic Ass ' n., fr. i NICHOLS, B. S.; Queen of May; West Virginia University, soph, and fr. KERN, B. S. in El. Ed.; Potomac State Junior College graduate; Fairmont State Teachers College; Fredericksburg State Normal. LONG, B. S. in El. Ed.; New River State College; Kanawha Junior College; Fairmont State Teachers College. RAMSEY, B. S. in El. Ed.; Comet, editor and news commentator, sr.; business manager, soph.; Harveyan editor, sr. and advertising manager, fr.; Zeta Kappa, secretary; Sigma Upsilon; Blackfriars, president, jr., and sr. vice president. 88« -1938 Wilfred Spencer Charleston William Kelly Sipes Charleston Madalene Kose (a mden-on-Ga uley Neva Kofcers South Charleston SENIORS SPENCER, A. B.; Comet, managing editor; Zeta Kappa, president, jr. secretary; Har- veyan class editor; class president, soph.; class vice president, jr.; Sigma Upsilon; Blackfriars; music club; Kanawha College, fr. SIPES, A. B.; Kanawha College, fr. and soph. ROSE, B. S.; Phi Kappa Sigma, jr. president, and soph, secretary; student council, jr. ROGERS, A. B.; Alpha Mu, secretary-treasurer, jr.; Singers; Blackfriars; Baylor Uni- versity, fr. and soph. ■I JUNIORS Fisher Kee Charleston William Cereske Williamson Norman Knapp South Charleston George Groff Charleston Lois Brown Charleston f Morton M. Levin Charleston Helen Bibby Charleston Jennings Roberts Hamlin lioldon Anniversary Page 22 Tlie Harvey a n JUNIORS Herbert Young Charleston Marguerite Shanks Charleston Imogene Meadows Belle J. Fleet Green Greenview John Zeitz Owens Gussie Thaxton Charleston Anna Jean Fox Charleston Darrell Hiser Ansted ituu- i»:tu Page 23 JUNIORS Julian Gunnoe Kayford Ruth Vinson Charleston Gerald Vaught Elizabeth Anna Mildred White South Charleston Mary Louise Campbell Charleston Harold M. Parsons Charleston Jack Robson Charleston Ruth Troy Blisard Montcoal 24 tioldoii Aimivcrsiirv The Harveyan JUNIORS Fontaine Emma High Charleston James Lloyd Raymond City Jesse E. Washburn Racine Audra Pearl Horton Charleston Bettie Lee Williams Charleston Earl Hammock Charleston Theodore Frazer Charlotte, N. C. Lenora Moore Diamond Page FIFTY YEARS AGO . . . Page 26 " AROUND THE BUILDING " sophomores ... ■■ SOPHOMORES Frances Robertson Norman Sarrett Mary Louise Conner Charles Akers Maggie Morris James S. Lovell Margaret Sampson Waylan Swillinger John T. Reynolds Robert Starrett »olil ii Aim iversary Page 28 The I In i ve v.i n SOPHOMORES Ruth Cooper Stanley Doc Pauley Alice Scruggs Joe Neenan Martha Mallory Morley Parsons Marjorie Atkins James H. Ankeney Ruth Black Violet Gadd Lewis Herndon Nancy Sayre Page 29 Ihbb SOPHOMORES Helen Atkins Virginia Barker Rebekah Richardson Bernice Bibbee Alberta V. Brissey William Armstrong Dewey Mann Wilmoth Thomas Helen Taylor Phyllis E. Price Meambra McCutcheon Mary Fisher Dell Pauley IvoIiIpii Aimivorsarv w 30 The Harvey a ii SOPHOMORES Vera Bennett George E. Sellers Marjorie McCloud Sumner Sawyers Quentin Legg Marshall Jones Pauline Schoonover Carl Judy Mary Elisabeth Dorsey Eugene Dillinger «««- l»3» Page LOUDON HEIGHTS DURING WINTER . . . Page 32 " SLAUGHTER, YOUNG AND HUMPHREYS, INC. " freslimen . . . FRESHMEN William Cobb Elaine White Maxie E. Anderson Frgnk Tully Zoe Humphreys Clyde Hall Alice Allen Virginia Billups Edgar Anderson Harold Board Cary Burns ' Lowell Craddock Robert Cottril Bettie Cooksey Edward Edwards Rhuel Craddock Mildred Conner Pauline Casto Edward Campbell Virginia Connolly Helen Duke fioldon A n n i versa rv Page 34 The Harveyan FRESHMEN Eugene Dick Norman Esarey Charles Elkins John Fritts Helen Fisher Charles Forester R. H. Frasher, jr. Kenneth Hilliard Leah Goff Margaret Jones Maxine Frame Michael Fisher Kathryn Harmon Donald Hardman John Humphreys Hiram Kincaid Louis Kourey Thelma Beery Rachel Dotson Claudine Fisher Bill Roberts 1888 - 1938 Page FRESHMEN Betty Lbwery Charles Lynch Matthew Lee John Leonard Rex Mace Aldena Lewis Jocele Lilly Franklin Kern % Clayburn Hanna Lewis W. Woodard Bess Halbert William Rice Lucille Wilson Virginia Heare Jessie Richardson Milford Thumm Dorothy Watts Maxine Williams James Free Ben Groff . Loren Vandelinder Boyd Taylor- ' 36 iiOlfltMi Anniversary =Tlie llarveyan! FRESHMEN Elizabeth Layden Annie Shaw Watson Catherine Wilkinson Morris Mecum George McConnell Sarah Mapes Jack Slaughter Connie Scaramuzzino Robert Sines Madeline Roberts Tennessee Scaramuzzino Theodore Shreve Virginia Parsons Robert Humphreys Ruth Yunker Naomi Mills Mary Frances Proctor Charles Slaughter Lester Stone William Powell Oreda Summers Billy Salmons i«u» -i»»» Page 37 1 11 5 , GOVERNOR ' S MANSION . . . Page 38 VjM ■B IH OFFICERS Nancy Sayre Maggie Morris Jennie Dennis Virginia Williams Pauline Riggleman President Vice President Secretary-T reasurer Sponsor Patroness Virginia Parsons Gladys Marie Jackson Martha Lue Hutchison Neva Rogers Zoe Humphreys Lucina Keane MEMBERS Lois Brown Mary Louise Conner Betty Lowery Maxie Moore Radford Bernice Bibbee Mary Fisher Stout Rebekah Richardson Frances Robertson Page 40 »olrien Anniversary RESUME OF ALPHA MU Alpha Mu was organized on October 14, 1925 and was the first sorority on the Morris Harvey campus. It was founded on the mythology of the Greek muses, the goddess of the various arts and sciences; and the name Alpha Mu, " Sisters of the M uses, " was chosen for the organiza- tion. It has been the practice of Alpha Mu to follow each year a definite literary program of study. Alpha Mu has a two-fold purpose in that several social events are also sponsored annually. These events include the annual carnival and the spring formal banquet. iuuu-i»;tu Page 41 4 AT ■■■■■■■■■■■■ OFFICERS Mary Ellen Hartbarger Martha Mallory Margaretbelle Bonham Violet Gadd Pauline Schoonover Mrs. P. E. Roller Mrs. H. H. Gill Evelyn McCown Elaine White Mrs. G. A. Johnson Frieda Kiefer Merry Ruth Black MEMBERS Jocele Lilly Rachel Dotson Bess Halbert Ernestine King President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Sponsor Patroness Olive Riggleman Sarah Mapes Catherine Robinson Charlotte Leah Spriegel Edith Cunningham Page 42 tioltleu Anniversary Phi Lambda Tau Sorority was founded in 1929 on the Morris Harvey campus in Barboursville. HIGHLIGHTS OF PHI LAMBDA TAU While the Phi Lambda Tau members are enjoying the contacts of their group, they are also interested in girls who do not have an opportunity to attend college. Because of this a sixty dollar scholarship loan has been established to aid a freshmen coed each year. Phi Lambda Tau is the only sorority at the college to publish a private newspaper, " The Re-Echo. " Of four May Queens chosen by popular vote of the student body, one has been a Phi Lambda Tau. Out of five girls from Morris Harvey to be listed in WHO ' S WHO AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS, three Phi Lambda Tau ' s claim that honor. The present membership of Phi Lambda Tau expects the sorority to continue its spirit of friendship, its service to the school and to continue its high ideals for which it is known. i»»n-io3u Page 43 G G $K2 OFFICERS Bettie Lee Williams Ruth Copley Helen Taylor Phyllis Price Marguerite Shanks Alpha Owens Mrs. C. Lee Shilliday President Vice President Secretary-T reasurer Sergeant - at - Arms Prelate Sponsor Patroness Mrs. C. E. Roth Imogene Meadows Marjorie Atkins Wilmoth Thomas Mary Madalene Rose MEMBERS Mary Catherine Owen Mary Elizabeth Kenney Mary Elisabeth Dorsey Mary Ella Branham Lucille Wilson Virginia Billups Ruth Vinson Mrs. A. E. Rezzonico Mrs. Francisco Castillos (poldon Anniversary Page 44 Phi Kappa Sigma Sorority was organized on the Morris Harvey campus during the term of 1928-29. PHI KAPPA SIGMA IN REVIEW By means of our fellowship together, we have each benefited from the development of a sisterly understanding that is a vital part of any sorority. Our activities for the present school year include: October 1 October 23 November 1 2 December 10 January 14 February 5 February 12 February 1 3 February 1 8 April 1 May 21 June 1 Annual Tea at Mrs. Shilliday ' s Halloween Party at Mrs. Rezzonico ' s Rush Party at Hubbard Mansion " Kid " Rush Party at Hubbard Mansion Pledge service at president ' s home Pledge Party at Mrs. Roth ' s Formal Initiation at Hubbard Mansion Initiation Breakfast Valentine Party at sponsor ' s home April Fool Party for student body Annual banquet Annual hike i»8«-i»3n Page 45 XB$ Julian Gunnoe Harold Amick Darrell Hiser Lowell Shank James S. Lovell A. C. Blackwell John B. Fisher Gerald Vaught Lowell Lee Davis OFFICERS President Vice President Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Treasurer Grand President MEMBERS Morley Parsons W. H. Walker C. J. Harris C. Lee Shilliday John Jackson George Foy John Holsclaw Page 46 (polflon Anniversary Epsilon Chapter of Chi Beta Phi was in- stalled in Morris Harvey on May 19, 1923. YEAR ' S ACTIVITIES CHI BETA PHI Chi Beta Phi is a national honorary scientific fraternity. At present chapters are established in thirteen of the leading colleges and universities of the central and southern states. The aims of the fraternities are to foster interest in science and to stimulate proficiency in science courses. Epsilon Chapter has a splendid record of achievement. During the past year it has been instrumental in bringing before the student body as a whole and the science students in particular the following speakers, each an authority in his field: P. M. Cellar " Animal Diseases " C. R. Madden " X-Ray " Henry Cox " Development of Chemical Industry in Kanawha Valley " J. H. Johnson " Wild Life of Eastern States " A. K. Doolittle " Solutions " 1888-1838 Page 47 IT ■ OFFICERS Jack Robson Harold Parsons Miller Gwinn Robert L. Lasley President Vice President Secretary-T reasurer Sponsor MEMBERS Wilfred Spencer Fisher Kee Francisco Castillos Thomas Conley Adams Norman Knapp C. E. Roth Claude Ramsey IpoIiIhi Aimivorsairv % Page 48 National Order Founded 1906 Harveyan Chapter Installed May 31, 1929 ABOUT SIGMA UPSILON Since the founding of Sigma Upsilon there has been a steady expansion movement until there are over fifty chapters located in eveVy section of the United States. Eligibility to membership is based primarily on literary interests and achievement, with due regard to the quality of congeniality. Invitations to membership are extended without regard to other fraternity affiliations. 1888-1938 Page 49 OFFICERS Harold Amick President Norman Knapp Vice President George Groff Secretary-Treasurer J. Marvin Glenn Co-sponsor C. E. Roth Co-sponsor MEMBERS Fisher Kee Norman Sarrett Theodore Frazer William Cereske John Fritts William Cobb Jesse E. Washburn Quentin Legg Dewey Mann Lewis Herndon Morris Mecum Robert Clay Gerald Vaught Marshall Buckalew Theodore Shreve Page 50 lioldon Aimiversarv Beta Chapter of Phi Sigma Phi Social Fraternity was founded on the campus of Morris Harvey college on November 14, 1929. RECORD OF PHI SIG MA PHI FRATERNITY The object of the organization is to unite young men from various localities, to install a feeling of campus fellowship, to promote the interest of the college, and open doors of social activity that might otherwise be closed. No candidate may be initiated into the chapter who has not passed twelve hours of his college work. Meetings are held each week. Activities of the past year have included spaghetti dinners, oyster frys and the sponsorship of open house following the homecoming football game. i 1888-1938 • Page 51 I wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmammmmmmmm Wilfred Spencer Charles Akers Claude Ramsey Earl Hammack A. C. Blackwell OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor MEMBERS Leonard Riggleman Frank Tully Charles Slaughter Robert W. Dorsey Lowell Lee Davis John Zeitz Carl Judy Mortin B. Levin Roy Smith Wayland Swillinger Ooldon Anniversary Page 52 On March 14, 1923, six students of Morris Harvey college met and formed a social club, out of which organization grew the present Zeta Kappa National Social Fraternity. f SOMETHING OF ZETA KAPPA (Morris Harvey ' s oldest Greek letter organization) Among its accomplishments Zeta Kappa boasts of being the only fraternal organization to have private headquarters near the campus since the college has been located in Charleston. Semi-monthly luncheon meetings are held as well as frequent evening meetings. Birthday dinners on March 14 are a regular part of Zeta Kappa ' s social calendar, and each year the fraternity has an annual banquet near the close of the school year. 188 « 1038 Page 53 THE COMET The Comet, student newspaper of Morris Harvey, is issued semi-monthly during the academic year as an extra-curricular activity. Each year the paper sends delegates to the West Virginia Inter-collegiate Press conventions, issues an April Fool edition, " the meteor, " and ends the term with a press banquet. Mrs. Eleanor Stone Thornhill is faculty adviser for the paper. Besides ntews coverage of Morris Harvey, the Comet has three columnists, Miller Gwinn, Charles Akers and the anonymous, " Eagle. " First college paper in the state to sponsor regular radio broadcasts. First college paper in the state to adopt streamlined headlines. Page 54 Golden Anniversary ■■ Member of Associated Collegiate Press. Member of West Virginia Inter-collegiate Press Association. Represented for national advertising by National Advertising Service, Inc. Approved as advertising medium by Charleston Retail Credit Association. Donor of the Eisensmith trophy for the most original float at the annual football pageant. 1888-1938 Page 55 CHRISTIAN SERVICE CLUB MEMBERS Virginia Parsons Phyllis Price Violet Gadd Alberta Brissey Fisher Kee Claudine Fisher Charles Akers Franklin Kern Thelma Beery Edward Edwards Gladys Jackson John W. Newton Bess Halbert Marguerite Shanks Robert Humphreys Rhuel Craddock Rachel Dotson Naomi Mills Pauline Casto Marshall Buckalew Betty Lowery Jocele Lilly Madeline Roberts Archie Schoonover Margaret Sampson Lenora Moore Michael Fisher Dorothy Watts Eugene Dillinger Martha Mallory Ruth Vinson Gussie Thaxton Sarah Mapes Agnes Pierson William Woods Virginia Billups Cary Burns Page 56 Golden Anniversary OFFICERS Margaretbelle Bonham President Mildred White Vice President Margaret Jones Secretary Helen Fisher Assistant Secretary Pauline Schoonover Corresponding Secy. Vera Bennet Milford Thumm Carl Judy T. C. Adams R. J. Matheny Treasurer Business Manager Publicity Chaplin Sponsor The Christian Service Club is a non-denominational Christian student group, embodying the Methodist student movement, student volunteer move- ment and the Student Christian Movement, to which delegates are sent. Its yearly program includes regular worship services and a variety of social activities. Signing the membership pledge is requisite in becoming a member. 888 1038 Page 57 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Marshall Buckalew George Groff Charles Akers Norman Knapp Robert W. Dorsey T. C. Adams Lois Brown Helen Bibby Maggie Morris James S. Lovell Zoe Humphreys Frank Tully President Vice President Secretary-T reasurer Head cheerleader Senior representative Senior representative Junior representative Junior representative Sophomore representative Sophomore representative Freshman representative Freshman representative . Page 58 Golden Anniversary The Harvey an HARVEYAN STAFF STAFF Claude Ramsey Helen Bibby Marshall Buckalew Norman Knapp Gladys Jackson Wilfred Spencer James S. Lovell Frances Robertson Alice Scruggs Frank Tully G. A. Johnson Editor Associate Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Organization Editor Class Editor Sports Editor Secretary Artist Snap-shots Faculty Adviser 1888 -1038 Page 59 MUSIC CLUB The Music Club was organized in the fall of 1937. Its purpose is not only to furnish an outlet of expression for those interested in music, but also to develop an appreciation for the best that music has to offer among mem- bers of the group and the student body at large. Gladys Jackson OFFICERS President Imogene Meadows Vice President Margaret Sampson Secretary-Treasurer J. Marvin Glenn Sponsor Neva Rogers MEMBERS Bettie Lee Williams Virginia Parsons Frances Robertson Wilfred Spencer Frank Tully Michael Fisher Helen Fisher Thelma Beery Rachel Dotson Jack Robson Marguerite Shanks Jocele Lilly Nancy Sayre Page 60 Golden Anniversary The Harvey an BLACKFRIARS DRAMATIC CLUB The Blackfriars point with pride to their initial representation in the State Speech Festival in Fairmont. The production of " Andante " by Coutts was not only creditable but a significant foundation for further collegiate dramatics in Morris Harvey when emphasis and equipment equal student interest. Jack Robson Claude Ramsey Margaret Sampson Virginia Williams OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary-T reasurer Sponsor Lois Brown Gladys Jackson Norman Knapp Neva Rogers Waylan Swillinger ROLL Frances Robertson Helen Bibby Theodore Frazer Bettie Lee Williams Carl Judy Charles Forester Mary Elizabeth Kenney J. Marvin Glenn Betty Lowery Wilfred Spencer Charles Akers 1888 1938 Page 61 I ■M PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL Writing of a constitution for the first Pan-Hellenic association ever organized at Morris Harvey college was completed February 20, 1938. According to the constitution, the Greek organizations are to be rep- resented by their presidents and one additional member each. The Greek presidents are Nancy Sayre, Alpha Mu; Bettie Lee Williams, Phi Kappa Sigma; Mary Ellen Hartbarger, Phi Lambda Tau; Harold Amick, Phi Sigma Phi; and Wilfred Spencer, Zeta Kappa. Representatives elected to serve with the presidents are Lois Brown, Alpha Mu; Helen Taylor, Phi Kappa Sigma; Elaine White, Phi Lambda Tau; William Cobb, Phi Sigma Phi; and Frank Tully, Zeta Kappa. Page 64 Golden Anniversar The HarveyanE SSfe, Ch0rleS SIOU9h,er Zoe H “ " P h Herbert Young The cheering deportment has hod as its main objective for the past year STS ' ,, ' SP,r ; ' « Toward this goo,’ it has been S he d ™ ST, ° " f To Hn9S ° f n ’° ny ,ypes ' ,he " »» “ " usual being held on the stage of a local theatre. y elnho 7 r $t ° UtStandin 9 " ork of cheerleaders was sponsoring the foathnll h ° me ' C ° m,n9 parade between halves of the Concord-Morris Harvey The nn fT T represe " tin 9 ever V hool organization participated. The pageant was climaxed with the crowning of " Miss Morris Harvey " and recognition to the college ' s most popular man and woman student 1888 - 1938 Page 65 NEWMAN CLUB Joe Noonan Theodore Frazer Connie Scaramuzzlno G: A. Johnson Muxie Anderson Jooele Lilly Mary Kli .ahoth Kenney Tennessee Soaraniu . ino COMMITTEE OFFICERS Theodore Frazer Chairman Joe Neenan : Secretary-Treasurer G. A. Johnson Sponsor The Newman Club which is affiliated with the Federation of College Catholic Clubs was temporarily organized by an activity committee com- posed of catholic students from Morris Harvey and Kanawha colleges during January. Joe Neenan was chosen as a delegate to the conclave of the Atlantic Province of Newman Clubs convening in Philadelphia. Upon his return the committee formulated a permanent structure for the organization of the Morris Harvey Newman Club. Page 66 IpoIiIimi Anni WKar; «s r The Harveyan QUEEN OF MAY MISS JEAN NICHOLS Maid-of-honor Miss Nancy Sayre Attendants Miss Ruth Copley Mrs. Helen Bibby Miss Ruth Vinson Miss Margaret Sampson Miss Betty Lowery Miss Elaine White 7:30 P. M. May 19 Hubbard Mansion Miss Mary Catherine Owen, sponsor 1888 - 193 » Page 67 i EAGLES ' FRIEND . . . (jQ4sl yNE of the most loyal fol- ' lowers of the Golden Eagles is Dr. Glass, team physician, who is a graduate of Morris Harvey. Because of his deep interest in the college, his affable disposition and his splendid co- operation with our athletic department, the Harveyan staff is happy to dedicate the sports section to him. Page 68 athletics . . . THURMAN WARD and A. H. WERNER FOOTBALL RESUME The football season of 1937 was one of the most successful in the history of Morris Harvey — not only from the standpoint of games won, but also because of the revived spirit of the student body, alumni and local citizens. During the summer months everyone, however remotely interested in Morris Harvey, heard plenty about the coming season. It was in the news- papers, on the radio, and traveling from lip to lip and tongue to tongue. Long before the season opened there was a feeling of refreshed spirit and renewed strength, because a new athletic era was coming to the College. Coaches Thurman " Jule " Ward and A. H. " Pop " Werner, both graduates of Duke University, ushered in the new regime. Eagles Down Marietta On September 24 the new edition of Morris Harvey ' s football team was brought forth for the initial showing against a strong Marietta, Ohio, team. Morris Harvey was rated as the underdog, but this new team dug their cleats into the vanishing sod of Laidley field and loosened a powerful, demoralizing line that withstood every assault Marietta could bring against it. The front line looked like the powerful, overwhelming surge of an ocean wave. Neither team could gain much on offense, but at the beginning of the fourth quarter, Dell Pauley intercepted a pass and scooted forty-five yards for a touchdown; Rex Mace kicked the extra point. It was well he did, for the Marietta team tioldm Anniversary Page 70 ■ The Harveyan came back with blood in its eyes and something akin to murder in its heart. During the last few seconds of the game they scored with an amazing series of lateral passes, but the line of Morris Harvey proved to be equal to the: situation and repelled the attempt to garner an extra point, and Morris Harvey emerged victor with a 7-6 score. Defeat Salem, Lose to Potomac State The next week-end on October 1 the squad journeyed to Salem, and on that sunny afternoon they trimmed the claws of the Tigers with a score of 6-0, after Rex Mace threw Mathew Lee a pass in the closing minutes of the ball game. With two games under their belts the boys traveled to Keyser to meet Potomac State on October 9. It was a cold day with snow and rain com- peting for honors on a low, marshy field. The teams see-sawed back and forth on the muddy field but in the second quarter Potomac State managed to squeeze over a touchdown that proved to be the winning score, as the game ended 7-0. Somewhat sobered by this defeat, the boys determined to do better the next time. They went up against Concord with determination to win on the night of October 15. It was the homecoming game for Morris Harvey, and the boys staged a willing but losing battle before a large enthusiastic crowd. Morris Harvey drew first blood on a pass from Mace to Dell Pauley. Then Concord tied the count. Later in the second half Starrett gave the crowd a thrill when he ran some 60 yards for the second Morris Harvey touchdown. But Concord was not to be denied. They came back and scored almost im- mediately to tie the count at 1 3-1 3. In the closing minutes of the ball game they pushed over another score to win, 19-12. Swamp Bethany, 27-6 This made the season a 50-50 proposition. But when the lads went to Bethany on October 23 they scored an impressive victory with the final score of 26-7. Sturrett Back Cobb Clay, Capt. Vaunrht (iwinn Guard Guard Tackle Manager ■ ana Page Sarrett End Esarey Tackle Woodard M. Anderson Tackle Guard Dell I auley Back J. Roberts End Board E. Anderson Eritts Tackle Back Center McConnell Back The sixth game was played at Glenville, October 30, on a soggy grid- iron. It was a gruelling contest that taxed the strength of both teams to the utmost. The final score was 6-12, giving Glenville a hard-earned victory by six points. This again made the season average .500, but the next week on; November 5 the boys romped on Bluefield College to make it four games won and three lost. Starrett scored again and the final count was 12-0. Lose to New River Then came the morning game with New River on November 11. It was a day of great celebration because of the community chest campaign, but when the game was over many Morris Harvey fans weren ' t feeling so good. The favored Eagle squad lost to a fighting New River team by a 6-7 count. The final game was with West Liberty on November 19 and the day dawned with a heavy blanket of snow on the ground. The game was cancelled at 1 1 o ' clock, but re-called at 1 o ' clock. At three both teams lined up and began a battle royal. But Morris Harvey clearly showed that it had the superior team and won with a score of 6-0. Win 5 of 9 Games So the first season under the Ward-Werner machine ended by winning five out of nine games to make an average of .555. Because the squad was composed mostly of freshmen. Eagle followers are looking to the 1938 season with optimism. fpolrioii Anniversary Page 72 The llsirvevsiii Inaugurate Spring Practice The first song of spring had hardly left the throats of the early birds when Coaches Ward and Werner issued the first call for football candidates to take part in spring practice. The long-awaited call was answered by about forty candidates, many of them fresh from high school. The first few days the squad was kept busy limbering up and working on the fundamentals such as blocking, tackling and the Ward system of play that was so effective during the fall season. With the addition of a few more candidates the team will be ready to dig into Ohio University next September for the first contest. — Jennings Roberts. CLAY IS ONLY GRADUATE When the answer was made to the call at spring practice all of last year ' s team was there except the popular Captain Robert Clay from Barbours- ville. Since he is a member of the senior class he will not be with the Golden Eagles next year. The last season was a glorious finale for our captain and he will long be remembered by faithful fans of Morris Harvey. Marietta Salem Potomac State Concord Bethany 6- Morris Harvey 7 0-Morris Harvey 6 7- Morris Harvey 0 19-Morris Harvey 12 6-Morris Harvey 27 SEASON RECORD Glenville Bluefield New River West Liberty Total 1 2-Morris Harvey 6 0-Morris Harvey 12 7-Morris Harvey 6 0-Morris Harvey 6 57 82 L.ee Taylor Leonard Mare Meeum End Back Bark Bark Tarkle Donegan Banna K inraid Sellers Washburn Back Bark Center End ( uard mnu-ioau Page 73 Standing: Werner, Lee, Taylor, Mace, and Nichols. Seated: Doc Pauley, G. Sellers, Cottrill, Dell Pauley, Starrett. SEASON ' S RECORD IN BASKETBALL Alderson Morris Harvey 47 New River 25 Morris Harvey 26 Broaddus 27 Morris Harvey 58 New River 32 Morris Harvey 61 Kanawha 25 Emory Gr Morris Harvey 49 Concord 32 Morris Harvey 54 Henry 57 Morris Harvey 47 Glenville 74 Morris Harvey 83 Pikeville 29 Morris Harvey 53 Salem 38 Morris Harvey 57 Salem 35 Alderson Morris Harvey 57 Concord 61 Morris Harvey 50 Broaddus 48 Morris Harvey 66 Bluefield 59 Morris Harvey 41 Glenville 43 ■ • — Potomac Total 780 626 Morris Harvey 31 State 41 Games won, 9 Games lost, 6 Page 74 IpoUIoii Anniversary The llarvevan Dell Pauley forward George Sellers guard Boyd Taylor forward Doc Pauley forward Dick Nichols guard Robert Starrett guard Matthew Lee forward Rex Mace forward Robert Cottrill center 1888 - 1930 Page 75 LITTLE EAGLES " Pop " Werner, E. Anderson, Leonard, Shreve Kincaid, Donegan, Sarrett Morris Harvey ' s " B " basket- ball team won 10 of 14 games during the current season, most of which were played in the Charleston city league. Only in- dependent teams were met by the " B " squad. Jennings Roberts was the season ' s high scorer for the Little Eagles. GOLDEN EAGLETS The coed ' s basketball team won five of eight games in the B division of the women ' s city league. Mary Louise Conner, captain, was second high scorer for the entire division of the league. She also received second place for the sportsmanship medal which her sister, Mildred Conner, who played for another team, won. Aldena Lewis, Connie Scara Muzzing, Maggie Morris, Marjorie Atkins, Margaret Sampson, Mary Louise Conner, Oreda Summers, Zoe Humphreys Page 76 (Million Anniversary The Harveyaii Coach Thurman Ward, William Armstrong, Charles Slaughter, Frank Tully, Rex Mace, William Powell, William Cobb, Charles Forester TENNIS SCHEDULE Apr. 1 5 — New River Apr. 22 — Concord Apr. 23 — Pikeville, Ky. Apr. 28 — Davis- El kins Apr. 30 — Glenville May 4 — Kanawha May 6 — Glenville May 12 — Pikeville, Ky. May 13 — Bluefield May 1 4 — Concord May 20 — New River May 27 — Bluefield May 28 — West Virginian Wesleyan Traveling Squad Reserves Armstrong, playing coach Shreve Swarts Mace Treanor Forester Mullins Sines Davis Levin Perry B. Groff Lloyd E. Edwards Tully Robson 1»«» - i»:t» Page 77 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS • • • It has been the aim of the 1938 Harveyan staff to portray pictorial ly and verbally the campus activities of Morris Harvey college for the current year ] 931 - ' 38 . We wish to acknowledge the splendid cooperation of our advertisers and sub- scribers, without which this publica- tion would not have been possible. In the construction of the 1938 Harveyan, the staff has found it neces- sary to solicit the services of many persons who are not members of the staff. We wish to take this means of acknowledging a few who rendered valuable assistance: Dr. Morris P. Shawkey, Prof. A. C. Blackwell, Miss Maggie Morris, and Jennings Roberts. Page 78 MORRIS HARVEY SUPPORTERS The following public spirited citizens and firms of Charleston join together in wishing Morris Horvey college continued growth and prosperity during her Golden Anniversary and coming years: C. F. SAYRE H. H. VICKERS OLDER ' S DRUG STORE BUFORD-BAILEY SURGICAL CLINIC W. M. GIVEN HOMER W. HANNA A FRIEND OF MORRIS HARVEY C. P. LOWRY J. H. ABBOTT H. P. CAMPBELL UNITED DISTRIBUTING CO. H. R. Mathews, Sec ' y W. A. TULLY R. D. KEIGHTLEY A COLLEGE BACKER O. S. SAYRE C. R. MORGAN CLELL S. SAYRE tvolden Anniv mary iThe Harveyan Ofrmnal (Photography Spec iaity MISS JEAN NICHOLS, MAY QUEEN ★ Photographs in this Annual made by De£, uxe 16 Years in Same Location ★ 7 1 0 Lee Street Phone 33-225 Charleston Opp. Virginian Theatre THE YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF CHARLESTON, W. YA. Congratulates the Graduating Class of MORRIS HARVEY COLLEGE It offers its Physical Education facilities, by special arrangement with the College Executives, to all male students. —ROBERT C. BOOTHE, General Secretary “Adkins’ Flowers Bring Sunshine” You name the occasion. We have the flowers. WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS ADKINS FLOWER SHOP 151 SUMMERS STREET Store Greenhouse 35-477 DIAL 42-797 Graduate . . . to Valley Bell Dairy Products V Ice Cream Dairy Products Complete Fountain Service STORES Conveniently Located Stores to Serve You 888-1038 Page 81 Section of chemistry laboratory of Morris Harvey . . . Laboratory Supplies Chemicals ★ B. PREISER COMPANY, INC. 416 W. WASHINGTON ST. CHARLESTON OLDER’S Fife Street Shoe Shop INVISIBLE HALF SOLING 706, 708, 710 Fife Street Dial 31-013 Charleston, W. Va. Page 82 Ivolilon Anniverwirv Tlie Harveyan ★ COMPLIMENTS of UNITED CARBON COMPANY ★ THE BANK OF MILTON MILTON. WEST VIRGINIA ★ Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ★ $5000 Maximum Insurance for each depositor $5000 ★ “The Bank of Personal Service” Cold Storage for Furs DIAMOND ICE COAL CO. OLDER-COOK COMPANY 923 QUARRIER ST. ★ Where Pharmacy is a Profession and Not A Side Line iu»a-i»au Page 83 Compliments of WINTER FLORAL CO. 707 LEE STREET I® “Always at Your Service” Use ODORLESS-OILLESS . NV WAY DRY CLEANING Service Coal of Highest Quality . . . Company of Highest Standing diatfkidl) ma COAL l nusually bigli in lieut units; less than 2%% ash and over 97%% burnable solids. A remarkable Coal; a remarkable fuel value. CampSdfoC mk COAL A very good, slow-burning clinker- less fuel. Has been giving satis- faction for over 2 3 of a century. Long- last in g, economical. THE HATFIELD-CAMPBELL CREEK COAL CO. TEL 0NE PROTECT YOUR GARDEN Kills Bean Beetles Cucumber Beetles and Potato Buff Without Injury to Foliaffe BARIUM REDUCTION CORP ' N South Charleston, W. Va. Your WATER Service Merits Full Confidence! ★ It ' s Dependable — Efficient and Economical ★ WEST VIRGINIA WATER SERVICE CO. Page 84 fpolrion Anniversary Tlie Harveyan 1938 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 17 Ohio University - Athens, Ohio Sept. 24 West Virginia Wesleyan Buckhannon Sept. 30 Glenville Spencer Oct. 7 Potamac State - Charleston Oct. 15 St. Thomas College Scranton, Pa. Oct. 21 Salem Charleston Oct. 29 Bethany - Charleston Nov. 1 1 New River - Charleston Nov. 19 West Liberty - West Liberty Nov. 26 Davis Elkins - Charleston " Jule " Ward, Coach " Pop " Werner, Ass ' t. i»n»-ioa» Page 85 CONGRATULATIONS To the Instructors and Graduates of Morris Harvey College for the Successful Termination of Another School Year It Has Been Our Pleasure to Serve You in the Production of This Excellent Annual Jarrett Printing Company West Virginia ' s Largest and Most Complete Printing Establishment CAPITOL AND DONNALLY STREETS CHARLESTON, W. VA. Year Books • School Annuals ❖ Publications Programs Page 86 IpoIiIoii Anniversary The llarveymi a r t o G II a p II s i»a»-i$»au Page A IT T O G It A I II S 4 88 lioldon Aiiiiiversary
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