Farmhouse is a fraternity dedicated to the building of men

FarmHouse
Interfraternity Council

Wichita State Chapter

The object of Farmhouse is to promote good fellowship, to encourage studiousness, and to inspire its members in seeking the best in their chosen lines of study as well as in life. Progress shall mark our every step; the spirit of congeniality shall reign at all times; and every member shall be honest with himself as with his brothers. Men elected to our membership are considered to be of good moral character, to be high in scholarship, to have the capacity for meeting and making friends, and to give promise of service to their fellowmen and to the world. To be and become such may at times require a sacrifice of time, pleasures and comforts.

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Motto & Values

Builders of Men

Faith, Ambition, Reverence, Morality, Honesty, Obedience, Unity, Service, Excellence

Founded

April 15, 1905
University of Missouri-Columbia

Founding Members

D. Howard "Daddy" Doane
Robert F. Howard
Claude B. Hutchison
Henry H. Krusekopf
Earl W. "Farmer" Rusk
Henry P. Rusk
Melvin E. Sherwin

Insignia

Colors
Green, Gold and White

Symbol
Sickle and Sheaf

Flower
Red and White Roses

Publication
Pears and Rubies

Annual Events
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