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V'-"T suwnowfu :J 1' S I" ORDER OF BOOKS The Campus Classes Music Debate and Oratory Stage Press Societies LWJ Sororities and Fraternities Clubs Athletics Advertising .1 1'! I Xl EI 'C I C1 I' . I I Contents THE CAMPUS EMPORIA VIEWS FACULTY CLASSES SENIOR J UNIOR SOPHOMORE FRESIIMEN HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS MUSIC GRADUATES A MUSIC CLUBS DEBATE AND ORATORY MANHATTAN DEBATE TEAMS WARRENSBURG DEBATE TEAMS DEBATING CLUBS STAGE NORMAL DRAMATIC CLUB NORMAL MASQUBS PRESS SUNFLOWER NORMAL BULLETIN SOCIETIES CLUBS ATHLETICS FOOTBALL BASKET BALL TRACK BASEBALL SPORTS AND PASTIMES ADVERTISING I su' Z r' RQ . WJ Q ff A J aivig ff 0 ,Ne ,,f' V ,Z ll ' X f 'f n julf ,U W, nv "K I7 0' 'if K 5 W I Rw 7 Ash. K ww X, f y W X 47 We, 'inf HF j Kg 1+ p CANP A 5 , in . 1 . lm' fe Cf f fif Q 4 9 vksib ...xl 7 xlfkvw If ,5,,,,..'4.."' uv N f 1 gr Z1 WJQ , i Q3 h, ,,.,' ie N., - 1- - ,.f,.1 Q. .wif--.ww 5 ,. , 1 f I--.K-rfmi.-.5 iff? 5 3x41 :JAM A, l" , is Si! 'Q W' X ' ' X'-:"' f- A J , x. x -f D ' ww " Sid' E55 I . I A- 1'--'r SUNFLOWED Lffwfj Yi 1 .,, 5 X X U 1 il 55 L.-:ffl ww Bu ' v g' -Z XJ S--gf " V , 1 kv V-Ar. ,. ' -1-is is i R "' Y Y Y - 1 .f-If-,Q ' Y. . ---' ha 5' if suwnowmb -2 WF LJ' ISI7 HOSPITAL OLD MlI.L ON COTTONWOOD -awww' x CI cr:-.41-: 1' N ,v-1 U 5 . x 1 Wllnlav 3. 50 We W 0 f Z ? i I SUNFLOWED LLM f Tv'- EAST STEPS Hom or XV.-XLT Mxsox 1 l wwf D CJ E 1' . - ! ' ,I .Ulf V. I'! 1. xx- lu' W, 1 AT-IILIGTIC FIELD lv XXX I X2 "i'Zf' " W, 154 N w Powmc PLANT N M W'1!'W1.e h,.0 ? I WHA W .1 I 94 xv Rn f j 9 Cl T,-I SUNFLOWQ " LWJ V 'A 3 D Cl V N HOME OF PRESIDENT BUTCHER I' X Twmm-'Til AVENUE WALK X ffl, fi 'H w W N N 1 Wllhliy um... un g, 'bww lyk Mfg, M . 'I 95 K We V Z 5 Z D SUNFLOWEI5 LWJ SCIENCE HALL WINTER s GRASP D F if 50 1 1 m ws U , H U CIl""...."-I ZA irm 17 J. J I I 1 BROAD. WESTERN PRAIRII-:S X Qx P5 X5 q t ,, W? OLD MAIN BUILDING x W 1 Jlllmm 'Inu .-W gl 5,5 ,M mflfdu 5 O 5 Q Suwmowmb Z: 7 DQHZJ L..- 1 Som xr Q PARK AI DITORIUM TUE COTTONWOOD R IVER Vw' 1 P..--r U I u ll' D I T ' T T 'U D V IQQN x ' -,N xy A-0 J K r Mil Tm: FRONT CAM 1, rv XXX NORTH ANNEX X FZ us- ' A X 1' limp, x 'bmw I g I I 95 v ., : X 1, R 'ff WI' UWM ...- U tx ML I U 7 Uqvfjf 1+ l X. ,Q ' V 'Y 4 rr ax f sig ' .3 F. C . , N5 i,,,- 'Z' I. I-11,1-:m:N'r,xm' 'I'n,x1NINc: Scrmm, .-' Q-Q-. I 5:3 f:, . kv . SKATING AT Som-:N's Dui 3 ' dl x..,t' N ff gy Ji 3- N-H--f 'L1Z.'fT" 1 'E vw' XG' D Cl 1' n PLUMB MEMORIAL HALL IN FEBRUARY, 1917 LOVERS LANE av 7 rm at iff f 4 . A Y L --V-4 ,. , - ' W ,QT Q X Q I 1 5 - I TQ! Ysiarg x g fig -in, X g X! f CU Y ll l El fi U v F W 'Y X 'V Tuonms Vv'AI.'r1m Bu'rcH President ER, A. B., A. M. nm., in N M513 yn Wu W wh M I W! 9+ Lk , 59 7 'E Q CJ SUNFLOWED 'golf' j "2 l LWJ ' Officers of instruction and Administration Officers of Instruction THOMAS WALTER BUTCHI-IR, President. A. B., University of Kansasg A. M., Harvard University. FRANK U. G. AGRELIUS, Associate Professor of Biology. A. B., A. M., University of Kansas. LOUISE M. ALDI-IR, Professor of Kindergarlen 13'lIllCllfl0H. A. B., University of Kansas, A. M., Columbia University. 1 l JANE K. ATWOOIJ, Acling Head, Deparlmenl of Geography. Ed. B., M. S., University of Chicago. EDWIN R. BARRETT, Professor of English. A. B., Park Collegeg A. M., University of Kansas. FRANK A. BI-EACH, Director of Department of Music and Professor of Public School Music. B. L., University of Michigan. ELIZABETH BEYE, Head of Department of Home Economics. B. S., Lewis Insiitute. HERBERT HILL BRAUCI-IER, Professor of Manual Training. B. S., University of Illinois. GERTRUDE BUCK, Professor of Library Science. B. L. S., University of Illinois. WILLIS H. CAROTI-IERS, Professor of Secondary Education and Principal of Normal Training High School. A. B., A. M., University of Kansas. HoRAcE M. CULTER, Professor of Rural School Education. A. B., Kansas State Nor- mal School. LILLIAN M. DUDLEY, Professor of Modern Languages. B. S., Kansas State Normal School, A. M., University of Chicago. JAMES CLARENCE DEVoss, Associalc Professor of Psychology and Philosophy. A, Bw A. M., University of Colorado. GEORGE W. ELLIS, Associate Professor of Mathematics. A. B., A. M., Hamilton College. FRANKLIN L. GILSON, Professor of Public Speaking and lfnyzression. Ph. B., Upper Iowa University. EMMA L. GRIDLEY, Professor of Drawing. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. ACI-ISAH MAY HARRIS, Professor of Primary Education. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. - W. L. HOLTZ, Professor of Latin. A. B., Baker University. WILLIS H. KERR, Librarian and Professor of Library Science. A. B., Bellevue College, Nebraskag A. M., Columbia University. THEODORE LINDQUIST, Professor of Mathematics. A. B., Lombard Collegeg M, S., Northwestern University: Ph. D., University of Chicago. HERBERT G. LULL, Director of Teacher Training. A. B., University of Michigan, Ph, D., University of California. JAMES W. BIAYBERRY, Professor of WALTER S. MONROE, Professor of School Administration and Director of the Bureau of sureinents and Standards. A. B., B. S., A. M., University of Chemistry. A. B., A. M., University of Kansas. Educational Mea n Missouri, Ph. D., University of Chicago. ' ami ,H Tl, , D F X l 1. rv X H vlill O l IA YVALTER E. MEYER, Associate Professor of American History. A. B., Southwestern Collegeg A. M., University of Chicago. ANNABEL NEWTON, Associate Professor of English. B. L., A. M., Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versityg A. B., University of Michigan. L. A. PARKE, Professor of Commerce. LL. B., University of Kansas. . CHARLES R. PHIPPS, Professor of Agriculture. B. S., University of Illinois. WALTER R. SMITH, Professor of Sociology and Economics. Ph. B., Missouri Valley Col- legeg Ph. M., Ph. D., University of Chicago. GEORGE W. TIDD, Professor of Physics. B. S., Valparaiso Universityg M. S., Iowa State University. NORMAN TRIPLETT, Professor of Psychology and Philosophy. A. B., Illinois College: A. M., Indiana Universityg Ph. D., Clark University. , CLAIR K. TURNER, Director of Physical Training for Men. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. IRENE WATSON, Acting Head Department of Physical Training for Women. FRANK W. WHITE, Professor of Physiology and Hygiene. M. D., Tufts College. MARY ALICE WHITNEY, Professor of American History and Government. A. B., Uni- versity of Michigang A. M., Columbia. PELAGIUS WILLIAMS, Professor of European History. A. B., College of Emporiag A. M., University of Chicago. A LYMAN C. WOOSTER, Professor of Zoology and Geology. Ph. D., Milton College. VIDA L. ASKEW, Instructor in English. A. B., A. M., Oberlin College. GEORGE R. BABB, Instructor in Physical Training for Men. A. B., University of Kansas. MARCIA BAILEY, Instructor in Piano. ADA BAUM, Instructor in Piano. JANE M. BERRY, Instructor in American History. A. M., Columbia Universityg Ph. B., University of Chicago. FLORENCE G. BILI.IG, Supervising Teacher of Science in the Training School. B. S., Uni- versity of Chicago. ANNA BINGHAM, Assistant Instructor in Kindergarten Department. FLORENCE EUDORA BISHOP, Instructor in Drawing. B. L., Ohio Wesleyan University. FRANK L. BLACK, Instructor in Latin in the Normal Training High School. A. B., Christian Universityg A. M., University of Chicago. ROSALIE BRIGHAM, Instructor in Piano. ANNA HELEN BROGAN, Instructor in History in the Normal Training High School. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. HORTENSE BROOKOVER,I1LSt?'twi01"i7t German in the Normal Training High School. A. B., University of Kansasg A. M., Columbia University. BAKER BROWNELL, Instructor in English and Editor of "Teaching." A. B., Northwest- ern University 3 A. M., Harvard University. JOHN PAYSON DRAKE, Instructor in Physics. A. B., A. M., Wesleyan University fConn.j DANNETTA M. ECKDALL, Instructor in Drawing. GERTRUDE GAMBLE, Insti uctoi in Public School Music Cl an 'T V N N il A M 3. 55 Wiz - 5 5 D SUNFLOWED T ILWJ :V JOHNIE MAY GRAVES, Assistant Instructor, Primary Department in the Training School, NORA HALL, Instructor in Drawing. LENA HANSEN, Instructor in Mathematics in the Normal Training High School. A, B ' University of Michigan. " HOMER WooDsoN HAIzcIss, Athletic Coach. EVALINE HARTLEY, Instructor in Voice. GLADYS HAWKINS, Instructor in Piano. IRENE HOWAT, Instructor in Physiology and Hygiene. A. B., A. M., University of Kan- sas. ELDA ILLICK, Instructor in English. A. B., Knox Collcgcg A. M., University of Chicago BERNICE ELLEN JOHNSON, Instructor in Phys-ical Training for Women. JOSEPHINE JONES, Instructor in Voice , HARRISON M. KARR, Instructor in ls'nglish and Public Speaking. A. B., Albion Collegeg A. M., University of Michigan. GEORGE KEENAN, Instructor in Violin. WILLIAM HEBER KELLER, Instructor in Mathematics. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. KATHERINE LYON, Instructor in English and Public Speaking. A. B., Cornell Uni. versity. EDNA MCCULLOUGH, Instructor in Physical Training for Women. B. S., Kansas State Normal School. MAUDE MCDANIEL, Instructor in English in the Normal Training High School. B. Sq ' ' ' " M. U iversity of Wisconsin. University of Missouri, A. , n MAUDE MINROW, Instructor in History in thc Normal Training High School. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. KATHERINE MORRISON, Instructor in Drawing. B. S., Kansas State Normal School. HARRY MURRISON, Instructor in Voice. MABEL MUImIsoN, Instructor in Voice. HARRIET T. PRUTSMAN, Instructor in Piano. R. W. ROBERTSON, Instructor in Manual Training. B. S., Kansas State Normal School. MELVIN P. ROSKE, Instructor in Agriculture. B. S., University of Wisconsin. EDNA SAWYER Instructor in Home Economics, B. S., Lewis Institute. D D. S. SKOGLUND, Instructor in Commerce. A. B., Kansas State Normal School, BABETTA STADLER, Instructor in Modern Languages. A. B., Washburn College: A, Mq University of Kansas. E. ANNA STONE, Instructor in Piano. CATHERINE STROUSE, Instructor in Public School Music. HELEN H. TAYLOR, Instructor in Physical Training for Women. W. A. VAN VORIS, Instructor in Science. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. DOROTHY VESTAL, Instructor in Physical Training for Women. r in Manual Training. GEORGE K. WELLS, Instracto n Home Economics. B. S., University of Wisconsin. ALICE WHITNEX', Instructor i r 1 'if :II 1 l W Xl' I ul' U 7 U . , , Q I V JENNIE WILLIAMS, S7l11Ul'UlHl'll.ff Teacher of GCOg'l'lL1lll.y in thc T'I'!L'llI.'l'Ng School. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. JOE H. WILSON, S'IljN2i'I!1:Sl7Lfl Tcachco' of English in thc 7vI'fl'l'll.'l7ljj School. A. B., Uni- versity of Michigan. I AVICE R. XNRIGI-IT, Iuslraclor in MaIhc'malics and S'IlIll"l'1f'lHl'll.g Tcachco' of Mathematics in the T'l'lL1l7'I.l'lI.f7 School. A. B., Ed. B., University of North Dakota. RUTII WOOSTER, IastI'uctoo' in D'l'fl'll7f?l.7. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. Officers of Administration THOMAS WAl,'l'lGR'BlITClIlGR, A. B., A. llll., PVCSfflf77ll. NORMAN TRIPLETT, Ph. D., Acting Domi. NIARY ALICE WHITNEY, A. B., A. M., Aclvisor of Wcizmz.. WILLIS H. CAROTIIERS, A. B., A. M., P1'2'1zci7ml of the Normal Training High School. HERBERT G. LULL, A. B., A. M., Ph. D., .D1li'C'C.'f.1l' of lhc TI'flfl'lLl1'LH School. WILLIAM SHELTON BIXLER, Registrar. B. S., Lincoln College, Ph. M., University of Chicago. CARL E. DENT, Secretary Cowcspcviclcncc-Slucly Dcpafrtmcnt. MARY E. EDVVARDS, Secretary of thc Appoioitment Bureau. HARRIE1' ELcocK, Library Assistant. ESTHER S. FRENCH, Office Assistanf. KATHERINE FULLER, Office Assistant. MARGARET HESS, Young Womcifs Cll'7"lSllllf'IL Association Secvctary BEATRICH Hoovrm, Sccrclaryf to fhc PI'Ci.TfClC'Il.l. FAYE HUFFMAN, I,ibw1'ry Assislant, School DC1lllf'l'f1lI87ll. WILLIS H. KERR, A. B., A. M., Librarian. AGNES KING, A. B., Buena Vista College, A. M., University of Iowa, Libra1'y Assistant, Head of School Dcylartmcnt. MARY P. KIRTLAN, Nurse. GRACE M. LEAF, Cafalogvlcr, l.ib1'cw'y. . LUCILLE W. OWEN, Record Clerk, R0!1lSl'l'll7"S Office. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. CORA PARKER, Library Assistant. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. CARL W. SALSER, Secretary of the Alumni Association and Director of the Extension Di- vision. A. B., Kansas State Normal School. ELIZABETH GERTRUDE SCHORK, Sccrctary, Lib1'av'y. l , MAUDE E. SHORE, Libfrary Assistant, Head of C'i'rculatiou Dcyzwrlment. W. H. SINGULAR, Bzwsao-. I MABEL WARE, Sccreiaryf Bars1w"s Office. VIRGINIA WILSON, bzclctarvf Rcgzshm 5 Office. f .Q 9 V :se wl'31!I'I AH l ""m, . Ol 'I I A 2 5 Z U M W ,ZX 1917 , M gf f gf , -f KN ., NN- Q 4 X l , 4 f, ' ' '7A y 5 x-W V YM ll ln D g S C1 a ee gfw VT . F ,.,,......r..- .., ,. ,W -.... ..........-.. .......-.- 5 . .Q , 4. 4... - 1 I L Y ' . l 1 'v J gf . l . A' , ' . . .... 5. 7,3 :W.'Ql:uwd ,fl-5,5 .,.f...- N B. H. MCINTOSH -.-...--- Lost Springs Major-Mathematics Minor-Chemistry President Senior Class, Y. M. C. A., Glee Club, Representative, Mathe- matics Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha LEILA Gnovm .................. Edna Major-English Minor--History , Sigma Gamma Sorority, History Club, Sigma I 'I F. JAY SOUTH .-.--...... Kansas City X Major-European History, General Y - Pedagogy V 1 mmllm Minor-English, Manual Training N """"'-'W History'Club, Y. M. C. A., President In- dustrial Arts Club, "Man of the Hour," Alpha Sigma Alpha 5, uno lyk Wi., MRS. F. JAY SOUTH -----.- Kansas City " Major-History Minor-English X, Omega, History Club, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Sports and Pastimes , . i 4, f nk . :s-1 1 H. kg S' AY it A , il. Y -v ' Y l D iuwnowii ' 1 D l T U3'Zl MYRTLE LOCKHART .......... Humboldt Major-European History Minor--English Omega, Y. W. C. A., European History Club, Latin Club ROY BRADFIELD --------------- Attica. Major-Education Minor-History and English History Club, Latin Club, Y. M. C. A. JULIA SCIILIIGIGI, ............ I-'01-1 S0015 Major-History Minor-Latin Sports and Pastimes, Y. W. C. A., Sen- ate, Latin Club, History Club, Gcrman Club L1-:AL Buncl-:lc ........-........ Wilson Major-History A Minor-General Pedagogy President History Club, President of Delphians, Class Basket Ball, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Senior Play, Y. M. C. A., Glcc Club. l l 1 1 if W 1 D 4 114 u 1 w Q: W Q rx Y " cl'l. 'ffmw-. v E F" pl 1- Q3 ag l .1 A i Jstxj J l J ND, GRACE M. PARKS .............. Topeka Major-Mathematics, English, Gen- 1 eral Pedagogy Minor-Speech Arts Sigma Society, Senate, Mathematics Club, Sports and Pastimes, Y. W. C. A., Bulletin Staff il ,Q si an ll GAILORD SMITH--- ---Flm-cm-e it li S E ul ri l MARY F. GREENAWALT -...---- Iwinccton Cl ofa Ks ll Major--English 1 Wllllqjgw j Minor-History """'k-.mf Sports and Pastimes, Student Volun- teer Band, Sigma l gi lr ng. I 1 V, 'bil ,Q W s,,1 WMM 52 - 1 a t i S. E. COUNTRYMAN -----...-.- Garfield e X K Af Major-History 'Q' F Minor-English J l? ' YI lv - xl I, I ffl " m x q "" jg Cl U esuwnowii 5:2 ' ,Ligand V Ric!-man E. Com: ------------ Emzrfwifm Major-Commerce, Mathematics Minor-Science Senate, Y. M. C. A., Mathematics Club Lorm LUCY HUNSAKER ..------- A tlantu, Major-Mathematics Minor--Biology Mathematics Club, Sigma Es'rm.i.A Dnvxs ....... ...... N iclm-8,,n Major-Music Minor-Drawing Senate, Omega, Latin Club BnuNr:'r'rA J1M1soN ........ -- -Smjfm-fl Maj or-H istory Minor-English 3. wr 'AfqgM1,m . l ull El if 17 ics i ' .osx im HELEN MARGARETTA SMITH -.... Lincoln Major-Physical Training' Minor--Public Speaking and Expression President Rho Mu Gamma, President Ionian, "Everywoman," Senior Class Play, Dramatic Club CHARLES A. WEBBER --------.- Winkler Major-Chemistry Minor-Education President Y. M. C. A., Jayhawker, Man- ager Track Team, Alpha Sigma Alpha ALICE MCGRATH ............- lVrwe1'Iy Major-English Minor-German President Newman Club, Deutsche Verein ALMA L. Picxmr ............ Empoo-ifi Major-Home Economics Minor-Chemistry l l 11 X , Yah El - l l X mllw gl "n, M "' Www 'l 9' l ln 88 D F A cg TSUNFLOWED :J ' A L'3'7.i ' CLIFFORD J. HALL -.---------- Emvpovriu Major-Biology Minor--General Pedagogy Jayhawker, Secretary Interstate Ora- torical Association, Forensic, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treasurer Senior Class LnNonE CULLISON -------.--- Emporia. Major-Music and Expression Minor-English Sigma Gamma, Girls' Glee Club, Musical Arts Club, Dramatic Club, Y. W. C. A., Opera, Chorus, Omega ESMF: CELLARS .............. Chewpa Major-General Pedagogy Minor-Biology JOHN H. BORROR -.-..-..... Wcstplmliu Major-Agriculture Minor-Biology and Geology Jayhawker, European History Club, Y. M. C. A. ,i c WHFMKI lf' - ll VV BERTHA MARY MOYER ...-..... Emporia Major--Mathematics Minor-Education Sigma, Mathematics Club, Chorus, Opera, Glee Club MARGERY SIMPSON ..----------- Allied A Major-Physics and Mathematics Minor-Biological Science Sigma BEATRICIG MCCOLLUM ---- Smzta Fa, Klm.. Major-English aimd History 4 European History Club, Sports and Pastimes, Y. W. C. A., Il T1-ovatore JANET RIGGS ---------------- .ll1lH'fI0l'lJ Major-English Minor-German 1, I CE, N El 17 fi N mlllllfi MNH gi ""'-l, S9 lv' in N f 40 D 1---M-jf F Sullflluiil ,X W iJ9fQil if Mus. MAUDE E. Ronswrs--Williamsburg Major-Domestic Science and Art Minor-Science Y. W. C. A., Girls' Glee Club, Dramatic Club HARRY 0. VAN Pl':'r'ri:N ...-- lVnshingfm1 Major-Chemistry Minor-Biology and Geology "K" Club, Basket Ball, Track, Jay- hawker, Alpha Sigma Alpha FRANK HIJRGMAN- ----------- Emporia. Maj or-Agriculture M inor-Mathematics Presiclent Delphian, Mathematics Club, Class Basket Ball ...L 1 , l I 5 9 l i l l 1 if gli? ,fg,. ef ,K l Loulsr: Muusrzn- ....... .. ....... Paola 4 A 3 Major-Household Science J:-11? Minor-Science , ,l . -a gf Omega fb, fi' l :' 'f '-1'W-. 3 B- , 7 f i V515 f ' fi if, ,gi , i H I 1, WN: -' 41 NU-455 Y , . . :lin A Y I ui! ' si' W C tg 1' if 'iw-f I D ll in D C V I CLOUDSLEY LOCKMAN --.... Dodge City Major-Chemistry Minor-Economics and Education "K" Club, Track, Football, Forensic Fraternity, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Dramatic Club J OUETTA BERNER ----..--.---- Wamego Major-Music Minor-Physical Training Ionian, Physical Training Club, Chi Epsilon, Treble Clef, Rho Mu Gamma CLARA CARR ...... - - .. ..... - - - Liberal Maj or-History Minor--School Administration SAM SMITH ---------------- Florence Major-Chemistry Minor-Mathematics "K" Club, Football, Y. M. C. A., Wrest- ling, Phi Sigma Epsilon YW4 I l , ' X3 : 'j J A-lf W wk D fd fl X u llllw 5, "M, Mi: a xii ' A 2 5 Z 42 F ' cz U F SUNFLOWU5 D CL lb 'U 13171 V ELM-IN E. GEPHARTE ----.. Yates Comm' Maj or-Music Minor-English LILLIAN MAE NIQMECI-I1-:CK ...-.. Abilene Major-German Minor-Pedagogy and Psychology Treasurer Y. W. C. A., Secretary-Treas- urer Der Deutsche Vercin, Y. W. C. A. Advisory Board ULA WISHARD --------------- Emporia Major-Expression and Physical Training Minor-English Secretary Senior Class, Dramatics Club, "Everywoman," Sports and Pastimes, Camp Fire SICTIIA MI-ILBERT -.-----... Gypsum. City Major-German Minor-Latin Omega, President Der Deutsche Vcrein, Latin Club 5 1 WW-.. I ull El , Y-3 U T' x 3 I WILLIAM H. Hocus .-...--..-..-- Leon Major-Pedagogy, Science Minor-English and Mathematics Latin Club, Y. M. C. A., Repre- sentative, Band, Alpha Sigma Alpha MYRTLE DOWNING ..-...... Little Rivefr Major-Mathematics and German Sigma, Annual Member of Y. W. C. A., German Club E. G. Bnocx ................... Leon Major-Commerce Minor--Mathematics Representative, Mathematics Club, Chorus, Opera AMY IRENE Moons .--------.-- Grmlnco- Major-Mathematics and Latin Omega, Mathematics Club, Y. 'W. C. A., Sports and Pastimes i tr X "1 l N l V X u lllw uw' IWJH y X "W 4, I1 'A as qi N A f fa . K1 4+ D U If f"W"'T 3Ul'!F!-OlxJlD l jlfglj LN- 'TID EDWIN C. TRAXLIGRM --------- Elllfllfllfllf Major-Agriculture and Pedagogy Minor-Physics Latin Club, Y. M. C. A. IVIAIIY J. REBS --------------- Emporia, Major-Home Economics Minor-Pedagogy N JI-JNNIE M. WILES ------------ Canton Major-English Minor-History President Y. W. C. A., Secretary of Stu- dent Alumni Council, Bulletin Staff, Ionian r l A Euwm ALLISON Ll-IWIS ............ Q? --.. ----------- Carson City, Mich. 4.2: Q Maj or-Biology . Minor-Chemistry ' A "EW, 422 ' 142315. . my ,fu 1 . 7 r X .V U "25:'wf?. 5, e: ' 2' 'fJ"4 ' Q - 4" ,, k'1L"'Xg3ta ,, , , 7 - 'U X X ,. QE ' Fiji? Y I 'u ll DV .Fl O G. 0. PERKINS ............... Meade Major-Expression Minor-History and Government Representative, President Rousers' Club, "Everywoman," "The Man of the Hour," Forensic Fraternity, Phi Sigma Epsilon HERMAN LUEHRING ---..--.-- Hfmover Major-Psychology Minor-Pedagogy Vice-President of Senior Class, President Glee Club, Delphian, Alumni Coun- cil, Y. M. C. A., Alpha Sigma Alpha CLARA GLADYS HENDERSON ---.. Meriden Major--History and Government Mino1'+English History Club, Latin Club Reporter, Clerk of Senate, Sports and Pastimes, Y. W. C. A. R. CLIFFORD Mxmms ..------ Dodge City Major-Agriculture Minor-Manual Training and Sociology "K" Club, Dramatic Club, Football, Y. M. C. A., Phi Sigma Epsilon '41 l dash 3. SUNFLOWED f "IZ . I LJ .9 'Zi WILI.IAM MONYl'ENY---L ..... Hartford Major-Manual Training Minor-Agriculture Football, Y. M. C. A., Industrial Arts Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon ALICE THROCKMORTON ....-. Burlington Major-General Pedagogy Minor-Sociology Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Omega, Student Alumni Council, Philosophy Club ETHEL MARY SHUEY ......... Emporia Major-Primary Minor-Psychology History Club, Y. W. C. A. LEE H. MCFARLAN ......... --Pm-mms Major-Mathematics and Physics Minor-Psychology Mathematics Clubg King, Chess Club 1. as W w l I 4 I ll il D CJ rx .,,'u,' 1 T 'Gy ' 1 3 Ml will JOHN DUNSWORTH ----------- Emporia Major-Chemistry and Physics Minor--Manual Training Band, Orchestra, Chess Club, Mathematics Club AGM-:s H. JONES .....-...... Sedgwick Major-History Minor-Drawing ' RUTH JEREMY --------------- lD'Hl1I0l'l'll- Major-Public School Music Minor-German Y. W. C. A., Ionian, Chi Upsilon Hon- orary Music Sorority, President Kappa Delta Theta A. E. Woomzurxf -.------------- Clyde Major-Mathematics and Physics Manhattan Debate, 19175 Delphian, Mathematics Club l I ' . X ,V , ' gf' . ga, . , N l l'll1!'P'lv f 'n.,, Az' ' X 05,5 'bf al " ' l X .,. J ly y SUNFLOWED ' LLM F Major-Primary I Minor--English Major-History Minor-English dent Volunteer Band, Y. W. C. Major-Drawing Minor -Primary Ionian, Kappa Delta Theta, Art Study Club Major-General Pedagogy Minor--English 40 - ---------- -------- - ---- Empo ..."Z.."'D l ELIZAU1-:'ru ELLXQN JONES .....- ldmpnrm IDA M. FRANZ ----------------- Rofvl Treasurer Omegas, History Club, Stu- A. Gr:mu.n1Nxa Mu1.1.1N1x ....... Hurling I ton MRS. MYRTLI-1 COURTRIGI-IT STEVENS--- 'll 'rim if JW 1 , I Millfffl l'e'U D I ult D C A Cl T 11- ,- I 'X If X OLIVER MYERS --------------- Emporia Major-Mathematics and General Peda- g0gy Minor-German Representatives, Mathematics Club, Class Basket Ball, Y. M. C. A. LOUIS E. DEVOSS ------------ Iu'm,pm'iu Major-General Pedagogy Minor-Music Glee Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha X 1 lllilw 3, "fn, W" . may 'H 5 ? so l ' El l ff' ,X X , E 5 "X f x ff 6' J X fix f Q :. I 1. ' f if , ff X3 WW ff n' ff ,guy X Mx I .4 fyx 'ffzx f , Xf WY Y' H' ff fff ' f f X XXX p WWWX 1 918 WW .f , Cl ll X Wlfiiffg' WIP! u I B 'MIM ' X gs xi: H 5. 5 I3 .I 4 I ,M F W4 X QxxXW'l:' j f X NW X Z IW v . I f ffl f, Qxwx 3 K , 5" 2 x S S N V x X Z X 4 l x '9 l ult 4- U 1:1 U 1 Y 'Tl ll LLOYD SHARP ------------- Cm-bondale "K" Club, Y. M. C. A., Cabinet, Track, Football, Senate, Band, Glee Club, Representative, Alumni Council MABEQ. ROWLAND--- ---Wluileuratcr LOLA REILLY ..-- ---- I olu INA MARIE BENDER ----- Amarillo, Texas A Primary Proficiency, Y. W. C. A., Opera, Sports -and Pastimes, Story Telling Club NINA J ANE SMITH ...---..-... Howard Secretary Sophomore Class, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, Omega, Mathematics Club MARY RUSSELL -.------------- Smjfowl Primary, Omega, Y. W. C. A., Sports and Pastimes x 6954 Q E 'N n . "llw...,.. I ..'0l i7 W "" . i 5 ' 3 ,A 9' ill A :- W 1 l l l T , ll' 1, ll 'mmf Wm 2 ,I D . V A f5UNFlOWEl2 S: D 'W Lwj ' NELLIE BoUcH'r0N ----------- Emporia History Club, Y. W. C. A. Aim-lun SHAMAN ----.-.-..---- Arctell Y. M. C. A., History Club EUNICE HAWKINS ......... Mound City l Sigma Gamma, Home Economics I KATHERINE HEMPHILL ...... WaKeeney EVALINE HOCKENS ---..-.-.- Arrington Senate, Girls' Booster Club MARY CARTER ---- ---- Il Iinneola l l l 3 0 M C 1' .3 , 'fl W f f I U u ll' D W ll MARGUERITE FEATIPIER ----.----- Libcml Y. W C. A., Omega, History Club HAROLD SNIDER--- ---Clumute ANNIE PULLEY ..--.-.-.. LGfI,'U67'L7U07't1L Y. W. C. A., Leavenworth County Club Sports and Pastimes ELIZABETH LINDSCHIED --..-.. Arlington Y. W. C. A., German Club 4 RUTH MAHER -----..-... - Osmvatmnilf A Alice Freeman Palmer, Senate, Y. W. C. A. Q MILDRED FEATHER ----------.-. Liberal Omega, History Club , l V I x Y Wg w X 1l'l'l!Qqg , I !"m,,m lip, 3 s Q l ls, Q ? M s EJ . 3 E8 .f :I .2 Q! 3 s L 1 I if 5 . T-"""'-7 ,SUNFLOWED E, -1, ' had ' LEE STITES --------------- W aK een 971 "K" Club, Track, Football, Representa- tives, Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Dra- matic Club, Orchestra, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet f ws FW? LESLIE Hur-'FMAN ....... -.-Grmlcn City , Y. W. C. A. Dnssm Fnrsnm ........--... Plaiowille Y. W. C. A. L FLOYD RORICK -------------- Scwmton Forensic Fraternity Representative, Warrensburg' Debate Team, Bulle- tin, Cheer Leader, Phi Sigma Epsilon ELSIE DOERING ............... Utopia, Music Supervisor's Certificate, Life Diploma, Chorus 1 l ESTHER HODGES --------------- Paola, N Special Public School Art Certificate, Art Study Club I l 11? D I ull El W CI 5 V . ,- I I l Mlumsn NORTON .......... Dodge City Latin Club, Newman Club, "Holy City" LARUE HAMILTON .......-. Little River Life Diploma Ermar, S'rExNME'rz .-...-..-.. Emporia German Club, Y. W. C. A., "Holy City" l MARIE STARKWEATHER ..-.--- Lawrence Kindergarten Proficiency X I llly M ill!" 'Q IRI-ENE MEYER ---------....... Axnthony . Girls' Glee Club, "Holy City," Y. W. C. A. I 0,5 'Q ML MYRL CONE .................. Larned ,, Alice Freeman Palmer Literary So- ciety, Y. W. C. A. QA xii P O N l , l 1 ix 58 rv X MG' I H , C 60 X l "' D SUNFLOWED E 1 :Lib ' Lfswgl 'fl SWF CLARA FULLER ......-.--.. Osrmmtomia Omega, Vice-President Sophomore Class, ,l Primary Proficiency, Glee Club, Mes- siah Chorus, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet GLADYS WATSON ------------- Read-ing Y. W. C. A., "Holy City" ARTHUR MESSICK ------------- Topeka Proficiency in Manual Training and Commerce, Orchestra, Glee Club Errmr. ADAMSON .... --- E,-if, 1ELEN STOKES ------.-.. .. -Osmuulomig Supervisor's Diploma, Public School Music, Omega, Y. W. C. A. Cabi- . net, Orchestra, Band, Il Trova- tore, "The Holy City" W- B- FLETCHER --------- -Ca.'wI.fe1' C-ity Jayhawker, Track '17 db xlb I-V if r l 'P-P ' D H UI U A Cl F ,- ll Y ANDY SORENSON ------ Illontpcliw, I clnlm Industrial Arts Club HELEN COPELAND ------------ Qucnemo Girls' Physical Training Club, Hockey Team, College Manager Sports and Pastimes, Y. W. C. A. LILLIAN ROBINSON ---- -- - Cm-bomlala INA SCOVILLE ................ Pomona Q History Club 'X lil Q! mllulllllil Lois PERKINS .......... ...... M cada l Omega, Senate, Y. W. C. A., "Every- l woman," Dramatic Club I .'51 W " Wy, Vi-:rm V'ELLA SMITH ..-...... Howard " Kindergarten, Omega N Q., 'vo I , l 1 'X no 1 N , Y' C' C 0 C SU,NFlOWED "'.'ZZl IJ 1 L fi ISWJ GLEN MCPHISRON -------- ----- S every Y. M. C. A., German Club, Track ETIVIELWYN NE Hoorss ----.... Pomona Primary Proficiency MARY Dix ......-- ---------- N ewtm Y. W. C. A., Sports and Pastimes, Primary L Itusslcu. UNRUIIE .-........ Fall River Y. M. C. A., Representative, Track Phi Sigma Epsilon JOSEPHINE BoL'roN ....... Burlingame Physical Training Club, Varsity Basket Ball, Hockey Team, Campfire LYDIA BIEBERDORF ----------- Emporia German Club, Y. W. C. A. in 30 D I ull U A El YT Ili UNA Srlvmn ..... ..... - Council Grove l History Club, Alice Freeman Palmer, N Oratorio, Sports and Pastimes HAZEL EATON ...............-.. Ea-ze Ionian, Primary Proficiency, Violet in Circus FRANCIS H. JONES .---.-----.- Topeka Special Proficiency in Kindergarten, Rose in Circus NEAL E. AKERS ..-.---. .. ---. Emporia Kappa Sigma Epsilon, Mathematics Club MARY RENEAU ---------- ---- F lorence Alice Freeman Palmer, History Club PERRY T. HITCHENS ----.... Burlington Representative, Bulletin Staff, Warrens- f burg Debate Team, Y. M. C. A. N.. V Af ff 4 X 1 lnllliunumllw 3. 55: SV in 7 'Z 5 9 Cl A SUNFLOWED "i 1 i L r IQWJ MRS. CHARLES BURSCI-I ------- Emporia WINII-'RED MAE WILLIAMS ..-... Holton HESTER SMITH -----..--. Indepemlcnc President Girls' Glee Club, Ionian Secretary Tennis Club, Y. W. C. A. 6 AMY CHARLOTTE THIELE -------.---.. -----------------Washington, Kan. Life Diploma, Primary RUTH SWARNER --.-........ Hartford Primary HOPE JONES ------........ --Hill City Rho Mu Gamma, Chi Upsilon, Vice- President, Ionian. M 1 x 'H ll lil El Q U F Km ll l OLIVE CURRENS ------------- Eslcriclge Treasurer Sigma Society, Y. W. C. A. Membership Committeeg Chairman Program Committee, Art Study Club KATHRYN LANPHEER--Glcnbeulah, Wis. Primary Proficiency, Life Diploma CARL E. DENT ---------- Council Grove Phi Sigma Epsilon ICILLE REYNOLDS ....-.. .. ..-- Emporia Secretary-Treasurer Art Study Club, Alice Freeman Palmer Literary Society ORA BELLE CLEMENTS ........ Chfmutn Treasurer Aweinon Campfire, Y. W. C. A. RAYMOND CREMER ----- Kansas City, Mo. 'Varsity Track, Class Basket Ball, Class- 1 Track, Sport Editor of Bulletin, Y. M. C. A. l X rv X X Xdfirf e ,J ' Y- r I F x 1 lfllllnmnf , N .. sqm... M. f I D ei g. is 'u , , N in I tsullfilowm 1 K' . , limi , . MARY LARUE Jmcxs --...... Overbrook 'Y. W. C. A., Community Life Club Ogm-IA DAVIDSON ------------ Tribune Y. W. C. A. HERMAN OAKES ...-------- Marquette Representative, Musical Arts Club, History Club, Class Basket Ball CHINA ROGERS ......--..-- Wlanlzattmz Sigma Society, Chi Upsilion Music Sor- ority, Life Diploma Ln.1.1AN CLARK .---..-.-.----- Holton Y. W. C. A., Life Diplomag Special High School Certificate in Commerce MAUDE MUIR ---------------- Gridley Sigma Gamma fSergeantJ, Secretary Mathematics Club , ' Vice President X - Sigma Literary Society l i 1 l - .5 -amfgl M ll ln Cl C C ,GCI ' , 1 ' W 1- l 'un l -I 5 la A5 l 1 i EDITH LLOYD --------------- Empoofiu i German Club, Y. W. C. A., "Holy City." 3 S. H. CONNER ---- --------.-- L incoln Mathematics Club MABLL KANE-..- ---- Parsons Jos:-JPHINE WILLIG -.-----.--- Wamego Secretary Rho Mu Gamma, Sigma, Wabaunsee County Club, Central Committee 1 Mllmnlv MARY HARPER -.-.......... Frankfort History Club, Y W C A fr. 'lun WAYNE B WHITLOW .---------- Moran Glee Club Jayhawker, "Holy City Trovatore' Y M C A I me , ' , N C , ,W I 5. N "ng, 3 w 1' ll "wg, all W, L - ,sr can N T 66 V1 1 I 5 Lua - 1' """' 'Y I B o suwflowiu i 7 LWJ V GLENN DUTY ------------ -W -... LeRoy Representative, Leavenworth County Club, Mathematics Club, Band ELIZABETII BROWN .......... Empofrict Camp Fire, Y. W. C. A. Bynum WALLACE .... --- Augusta V1v1AN LAnsoN ----.---.----- Tcscott 'Y. W. C. A., History Club, Latin Club HANNAH MONROE ----------- Emporifn Mathematics Club, German Club FRANK WALTERS ------------ Wetmore Alpha Sigma Alpha .W ww lm I nlivt :J at r in S- ' , I y . 0 Y MABEL JOB ---------------- Wellsville Primary Proficiency, Life Diploma l l VANNIE WARD .... - - -Emporia i D. A. MCCONNELL ------ Council Grove Representative, Manual Arts Club, Business Manager Sunflower, Y. M. C. A., Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pro- ficiency in Manual Training and Agriculture MABEL WILKS Lmpoo zu mmmw AVIS KUI LER Dmpona Primary Proficiency Life Diploma Dv!-.RL'r'r VAUG1-IAN Winfield Y M C A ? f'T1Xlll A ' 1 ' X . ' 'vim yy . A ---- . ---- Y --1 ---- n " sk 5 "fa, 4" --------.-- ' , .... l 'E ,Tb ' li i XD 08 ,I U F Suwflowin U :za '7 ' ' IT 7Q9'7j EFF11-1 CONRAD- - - - --..--...-- Wimlom. Life Diploma, Ionian, History Club RUTH SCOTT ----- - - - Topeka MAY CRANDALL ----- - --------- Seneca Ionian, Primary Proficiency FRED SHULER ---------------- Bucklin Alpha Sigma Alpha, Jayhawker RUTH WENDELL ..-- ---Holton ' l l LOLA BURGER -------------- ---Seneca, Ionian, Kindergarten Proficiency do 610 N-A r IH my , 4-,..Y , I U ll U. El , A U 77 ' 1 Y .ll ROSE MUSICK ---------------- Hofvarcl - Primary, Alice Freeman Palmer, Sigma Gamma GLADYS MOYER .------------- Wetmore German Club, Y. W. C. A., Life Diploma l VELMA HELFENSTINE ...... Smith Center Alice Freeman Palmer, Sports and Pastimes, Y. W. C. A. l EDITH BRADLEYM- -... Norcrmtm' X wllllmnr l '.,,,-N EFFIE NELSON ................ Vespeo- German Club, Y. W. C. A., Girls' Glee Club, Opera, Physical Training I Club, Hockey Team M if - in W Wu MARY CUNNINGHAM ........... Topeka Ionian, Sigma Gamma l N5 ' N f 5 Z A l , 79 W J V -1, kr i' , D T, T ASUNFLOWED :A , LWJ 3 HELENA McEvoy -------------- Harris Newman Club, Primary Proficiency, Theta Chi Theta ' MADGI-1 ANDREWS -----..---- Cojfeyville Alice Freeman Palmer, Art Study Club, Girls' Glee Club CHARLES HOGUE --...-.......... Leon Representative, Mathematics Club, Y. M. C. A. MA'r'rm ANNETTE McCoMB ...--.. Alma Y. W. C. A., Physical Training Club GLADYS M. KEMP ..-- ---Emporia MARIE WILSON -------------- Emporia Primary 71 N Us D p El 3 Fl ,"1 'X G?-in ll ANNA GERTRUDE GOOD ----.--- E'HI.1707"ifl Newman Club FANNY FRISBIE ...---.----- Plainville Y. W. C. A., Sports and Pastimes Bmnmcm GRIMSLEY -------- ---E'Ill'P07'if1 Omega, Y. W. C. A. HOWARD PATTERSON ----.----- E'll1.1J07'flL Representatives, Senate ROLAND A. RAYMOND ..-..... Ceuta-alia. Y. M. C. A., Track, Phi Sigma Epsilon ORA M. CHAPPELL ............ Haddmn. Y. W. C. A., "The Holy City," Opera l X mx , X! un., 1 Wil l Q u Iv' E 1 E f o TT x f?,N 455 N fxk S X "" W , xx J EX 56 V Sf fa f. ,!,. , Q V 5 ::. ,N K I Y A' X Q f Q: uw .. Www-m Wk ' I M' ' ., 'WMK "f- ,. ........-...if 7' 7 X L 7 f1f92bg f F' El e ' 1 Cl w ?'i15?fQ,,Xl All A - a I K I Lui Top Row: Coleman, Elleclge, Drury, Nemeclieck. Swcourl IC-nv: McGuire, McGuire. Herndon, Gormley, Carson, Willizunsv. T11-irrl Roux' Edmonds, Chatterton, Skinner, Culhory, Beal, Agee. liulinnz Rauf: Lillie, Clogston, Stiles, Buck, Gum, Davies. Freshmen Top Razr: Tracy, Curthrue, Holme, Pierson, Trebblecock, Frisbie. N Ilnflmn Ifmv: lllngyle, Luke, Zimmermain, Kirkendull, Linclenberger, Largent, Unrulie. l I, X M Nwllliygy W c Wfhviui -I l H ' I K .ff I l If 1 ,lliflfllv Razr: Meuirs, Fuller, Scliwencligg, Grosse, Garrison, Elbert, Thompson. b' RX , ,D 74 IT it-l , r r - OWPQ EJ U , fUlll'i'lll,-,llflll 2 D W ljflwj 'V -.Q ff- Nvf Top Row: Anderson, Agee, Ard, P. Brandt, Armstrong, Parmeter, H. Brandt. l .llirlrllc Row: Lytle, Braden, Hanna, Keefover, Weniple, Surdez, Kirkner. Iffifffllll Row: Hay, O'Keefe, Smith, Cooper, Farnsworth, Lake, Nonnamaker. Freshmen T011 Row: Caldwell, Sheets, Martin, Campbell, Driskell, Williams. Sfvonrl Roux' Stewart, Whitlow, Perkins, Hollow, Larson, McCarthy. lloitom Ron-: Skoglund fsponsorl, Smith, Jones, Griesinger, Deming, White, Raymond. vs J M5 V Nl l' in . W Y I W JMC U In all ' DV WU 'x IT X Kai' ' t I Freshmen Woodside, Dubbs, Leamer, Neis, Young, Peele, Hewit, Mercer Freshmen Commission Top Row: Ethel Tracy, Faye Carthrae, Thelma Walls, Hester Smith, Esther Russell Hotiom Row: Edna Grosse, Miss Hess, Helen Kersey, Ethel Ages. gb 1l,ll,l! lW X xx 'W f f u Sxxxxxk N Ww w Q iw Mg X ., I X , A X N ff X f K Q X X, ff ,fff ff , X S ' .f . X 1 fff ,f 317' N X f Xwfx !, ff, i t-gi? gfiigxl XX' X , I M, v',, Z f fffili! , fi X ,. gbixgink X f XY 2 KZQWYIN , X x x I ! A fl f X9 ,,xX '1limly!'X fs, J J f f X if 1 X MB' I ull D S U , 1 l 1 O EFr'11a BODINE -.............. Bm-lingflfnw Civics Club, Latin Club, Vice-Presi- dent Normal Masques ALTA BODINE --------------- Burlinganm Civics Club, Latin Club, "Charley's Aunt" NOEL GIST ------------------ Hermitage President Senior Class, Vice-President C. S. Club, Athenian, Football, Normal Masqucs, "Cl1arley's Aunt" LELA BURNS ------------------ E'lIlfI?07"f!L Civics Club Crsou. NoFFs1Nc:1sn .... --- Fall River MARY MORTON -... ---Fall River Pimu. CQLBURN ..-..-...-.. --- Riley Y. W. C. A. BEULAII GENEVA ZOLLARS ----..-. Emporia Normal Masqucs CSecretary-Treasurerj, Girls' Glee Club, Y. W. C. A., Chair- man of Social Committee of Y. W. C. A. 78 it -1 , so .- w if 4 l 1 In I l E 5 2 E ii , . X l S ,I I W 1 it N llly 1 l ll!! I W...0"'n WIN: fl 'U - N f 5 5 D Q A SUNFLOWED U 'i ' . wil ' BLANCHE M. COVENTRY --------- l9v'UL1J0'7'ilL Secretary R. S. Club, Civics Club, Normal Masques, Y. W. C. A. DELLA MAxs0N ........... .-... E 'mporia Normal Masque ULA N OFFSINGIJR --.. ---Fall River RUBY FULLER .....----- Diamond Springs Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Normal Masque, Chairman of the Social Committee LOIS KOONTZ ---- ----. E mporia CARRIE HINTON ..-..-....... .... F ullgu Normal Masques, Y. W. C. A. GWLADYS MILLER ----..- W ashington, Kan. ADELINE E. APPELTRAD ....... Leonm-dville Civics Club, Y. W. C. A. - 1 Y ll th cz Cl U O :J ll GLADYS HUSII ---- ---- E 'lHf1IUl'i1L HAZEL MARSHALL .-----..-..... Emparifi Y. W. C. A. CARRIE ROST -------------------- Svclrm Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Civics Club, Presi- clent Student Volunteer Band DELLA R. MORRIS -------------- -lslnlporirc Secretary Senior Class, Y. W. C. A. . 1' ISI:-znmm. JOHNSON .... .... P l1,il1i,mbury R1cu1f:ccA Mom'oN ...- -... I full River BLANCHE JON!-is -------.-- - .--... Sylvia. Normal Masque, Treasurer Il. S. Club Rox' MURRAY ------------------ Simpson Vice-President Senior Class, Football, Treasurer C. S. Club, President Civics Club, Athenian, Y. M. C. A. - Cabinet x - , x . YWQ A x 1 Wllllllll l """-N M l i,W 1 in 'H , 1 2 D C NEW ,Q 14 QE I ull J I HAZEL GRIFFITH .............. GT'l:dlOQl Certificate in Piano LUCRETIA SPEARS --........... Ottawa, Certificate in Piano, Band, Orchestra, Chorus ADRIANA VERBRUGGE --------- Emporia Certificate in Piano CHINA ROGERS ------------ Manhattan Music Supervisor's Certificate, Certifi- cate in Voice, Life Diploma, Sigma, Chi Upsilon KATE ' CRANDELL -...... .......... P 01-u Certificate in Piano, Chorus, "Holy City," Sigma Gamma MARIE PIERSON -------------- Emporia Diploma in Public School Music nr: fi T . 1 l al i l Ji x ill , jlrunw vm..." V v. M1 I Hgh' W if 'I xii' Q 5 CJ r-'--7' ,E C l Surmowfn :D , , L19 WJ AMORETTE HODGES ----- ---- E mporin, Piano ETHEL MOORE ------------- Uniontown Certificate in Piano SUE CONROY -------------- Illfmhattan Newman Club, Music Arts Club, Girls' Glee Club, Opera, Chorus, Theta Chi Theta 4 NIYRTLE EVELYNE HAMMEL ..... Palmer Life Diploma, Certificate Public School Music, Certificate in Voice, Girls' Glce Club, Chorus, Opera, Theta Chi Theta 4 DQROTHEA BANG ------------ Emporia Certificate in Violin LELA NUSBAUM ---------- -. ------ Bern Certificate in Piano I I I l 5 I INIARJORIE LORE -------------- Emporia 5 Diploma in Public Music, Diploma E in Voice 8, 1 ' ll EJ F' l 1 if JW U E3 Tum ORATORIU, "Tm: HOLY CITYU NORMAL SYMPHONY ORCIIIJSTRA sn "".3 'W w X WY!l'lIiiyys 1 X , f,-W ,nl "".n,. f 'wg- I My mf 17 WWWJL I I .-2"f N ' f5,xE.y,2 .ji is Lg - 'v ' Ju, Y V- ef xy., 1? f,:.1,3'-11 1. ,rr ,v af f PM 31, flfgiix X 3 4 N jg!! 1:1 .wr Q - esuwmwtuif D - ,-l 7 I' JI D517 W,- l 4 , I gli .- I 5 . I . f. Top Row: Payne, Blini, Quisenberry, Major, Kearney. Hotiom Row: Smith, Pierson, Strousc, Berner, Quinn. Treble Clef The Treble Clef Club was organized seven years ago, and has grown to be one of the - strongest and most popular organizations in the Music Department. Its members are chosen from the best talent of the department. The club made four trips out over the State this year, giving six concerts, in addition to one home concert. Concerts were given at Hamilton, Eric, Altamont, Fredonia, Cottonwood Falls and Council Grove. PERSONNEL F"i1'::! Soprano ..... ------- R UTH MAJOR, MILDRED BLIM Second S02H'Il7I,0 ---- JOUETTA DERNER, MARGUERITI-I PAYNE First Alto ........ JOSEPIIINII QUINN, FAYE QUISICNBERRY Sammi Aim--- ----MAURINIJ SMITH, ETI-IEL KEARNEY ACl!0HIj2IlHfSf--- ------- ---------- M ARIE PIERSON IJi,-0c1,,,- ,.,, ---- - - -... CATIIICRINIC Smousn If N f ET! 85 ' - ' Wig 1 'EIQWHUQ 1- '-'lt V W I C U ff X 4' Q. J 2? A J3 Orff H 4 , V wmv ZF' xfjfx A f V - 1 31 ll? N IV' I EE I W KANSAS STATE NORMAL GLE1-: CLUB 1 "17f'ff9f?f5"'?'f?fe'f,, ' U -f:-- - -w g F L A -eA2'.fl11.,, . F 5 5 D 'ei"f??-?v'9:-'tt' W-. X tg: 'S v 5 5 j ' "" - S 4' LE l ig S , .' : gg - lUNFlOWED D9 WJ N..,N'f,f, l Top Row: Gist, McDaniel, Cannon, Goodell, Moyer, Flook, Caldwell. Middle Row: Miller, Nelson, Kabel, Gamble fdirectorl, Meyer, Smith, Solomon, Lonker. Bottom Row: Edwards, Goessy, Spraul, Hammel, Hodges, Jones, Kretsinger, Brady. First Soynvmos MYRTLE E. HAMMEL LOLA SHUPE ERMA SHUPE KATHRYN GAMDILL IRA GUM IRENE MEYER AMORETTE HODGES HAZEL LONKER BINA JOHNK MINNIE HODGES MILDRED EDWARDS Girls' Glee Club ERNA SPRAUL THERESA GOODELL Second Sopranos LEAH JONES BERTHA MOYER MRS. MAUDE ROBERTS HESTER SMITH BERTHA BRADY EEEIE NELSON BESS CALDWELL OFFICERS President ------ ----- "" ""' Sec1'etfm'y- T9'e11S1n'eT - - - - - - - Libmrian -------- - - - ' ' ' ' Accomprmist ---- ""' Director ------ "" Altos ELLEN MILLER HELEN STOKES BEATRICE KRETSINGER ESTHER JONES VERNA KABEL ETHEL MCDANIEL MRS. GIST ROSE CARLE MIDGET CARLE BERYL CARLE NIABEL CANNON HESTER SMITH -----HAzEL LONKER MYRTLE E. HAMMEL -SUSAN CONROY GERTRUDE GAMELE El 5:-.za I7 ll 1 l l l l il W W r -. -EEE D 1 . XX f,,-, ,. 1 1 lj n..... f-.m.h..,-.-.. .. A -A 3 Yi, f W , w f W 3 I s M ,N 1, 1 1 I mi H Q? vi V ,N W 1 I Ji wa 11 ' 1 Jw I if 555 H is LY + 3 F Kmrms S'm'1'x: Nommr. BAND CLASS IN OPI-:rm as V Q AN 1 xfymwmwlrrffg ln., cw., gy Wwpiluu ,,., j . 1 X, If 4, k. I lata-J, , ff, I-, .V Q il- ' .L-5. Q qmu. ,W N' V V 3 , ' l 4 J! ...KX X . X x '-QQ ., 5 , fp w. f ,L f .WT 2 Q fs Um X W P L! 3 J V U 4 I ,.,...,,,..., .. ,... -,,..r-, .,.e,...i,: .3 f . U N ms. mi E3 "1 : 1 '-' ,, . I gc? 27 i7 ', Q cl! 6,42 i H. S. Girls' Glee Club "AA ' ff.. .-.uf x I I V ,L t N Top Row: Linflholm, Bough, Knisoly, L. Curtis, Huenergart. Alirlfllv Row: Scacat, Stout, Major fdirectorl, G. Curtis, Spence. Q, t Ilolfom Razr: Zollurs, Slater, Vulyer, Wilmore, McElfresh. V t H. S. Boys' Glee Club r i I ,I 'E H U ' t S 'F via- 'i-. tif:- yifaz g 'WS' In Top R011-: Yinger, Griffith, Myers, P0f01'S0n. Agrelivs, Hllmilton. QT' if Alriflfllf' Row: Chappel, A. Valyer, Jones tdirectorl, Boyle, Dent. X119 if 1 Iiofmm Ro'u': Donaldson, Coleman, Curtis, E. Valyer. L -j A . 'v ,- I NU .yzxgxlli bij e fe t-.. ---f-f'-'-:l::1-- 22 H" XA5' X .ll m 10 Gil 1' F u N . M u h"'0l5, WMI: ak 'J FN ? 3 A ' 00 . I3 Vi-I TSUNFLOWED :gud Il ebat fSzOrato 1 1 N K fyqpfgii El l El V' I. '1 K 1 'S ' ua 5 i l AJ J X I-lj A ffirniaffiare: JOHN RUF1, ALBERT Woonmmf, CLIFFORD HALL The Manhattan Debate A. dual debate upon the question: That railroads and their employees should settle their disputes in legally established courts of arbitration. The negative won in each' place. Nvgniivo: MARVIN RICHARDS, IRL DuLEno1IN, PAUL NASH ill! Z3 'T x l N lllaqluw . ll ul f if-.i....'N N l r A will Y 'A 1 ,,., 4 Q N Q: 9 Fw, Q Qld . ' 1- 1 , 5 .gmfff-'L' li ' r all . 1' 321 4, ,, if i B421 fli- f gl, f' -ix' i fi, L35 IJ Nl Y..- -..---...- W-. . I, : I. 0 x fri? ,M W1-f l ll ui 1 i xl W: 'lf D IE , A ri lm !,l,J'.'.,l.llE i - T 5 its 6, in :"f il Ml l X ji H xyj ci-J Cv!! 'li 'fm' wf"" i i l 1 - I ls xi: l l N i, l l H in ' A1l"f'l'Ill!lllUt'f PERRY HITCHENS, FLOYD RORICK x - The Warrensburg Debate fl Q This dual debate was upon the question: Resolved, That compulsory military train- lhg should be adopted in all our high schools and higher institutions of learning' rc- celving state aid. Honors were divided, the affirmative winning at each place. l V F Q ,if 4 ' , e U0 Nc,1futivC,- Fm-tu GIFFIN, WILLIAM V. O CONNI-zm. - :aj-b 2? - i -am 'lqisggl -1 ,blk Y 1 H 1. f V V Y YV: U i hu T H' if 'u 5 l l D Q, 'g,,fQ'v., 'f li Q fA if -3, U U SNA-ilNEz he -- ff,-v Q5 k-J 5 f A 5 i kxjx 'I l l l l JO1-IN RUM, BRUCE POR'1'w00D, ED REBS The College of Emporia Debate i The Normal upheld the negative of the question, "Resolved, That the United States should establish ax protectorate over Mexico." The three judges decided unanimously for the negative. I Albert E. Wooclrull' won the school orutorical contest, and was given second place in the state orutorical contest, held at Hays, April 2, 1917. His subject wus "The New R Ainericanislnf' xl - uluffffff ig- i fs,,H . IQ, it , Www H 11' H ' .- 3 1 fl W ,y , in XB' A. E. WOODRUFF H. M. KARR, fPY0'l'C1LSi0 Coaclnj 'I' X --1 ,X it A M Vg I xx W1 f-2 its , M X.'1".'5"::f2:i'fYfrflTk ee c - A, A W sc K. of U N F , ,SUNFLOWED Luswj 3 l T011 Row: Brown, Van Campen, Van Patten, Freisen, Gerber, Lewis, James, Farns worth, Caldwell. llliclcllc Row: H. Brandt, Cross, Smith, Williamson, Dulebohn, Nash, Mosley, Whit- low, P. Brandt. Bolton 1211201 Miller, Shuler, Fletcher, Edmonds, Tidd fcriticj, Hall, Socolofsky, Borror slayhawker Club Although primarily organized for practice in Debate and Oratory, the Jayhawker Club combines with this extensive practice along social and cultural lines. At each regular Monday evening meeting' the program is varied with debate, music, readings and extemporaneous speeches. I An annual banquet for the club is held each spring and here practice in giving toasts and after-dinner speeches is received. The following Jayhawkers made the 1917 debate teams: lllmzlmttrm lh'butc-Dulebohn, Hall, Nash. illrmluttmn Freshmen Debate-Edmonds, H. Brandt, Caldwell. lb l OFFICERS First Semester Second Scmcsfcr W CLIFFORD HALL --- .... P,-mfzmz ------- - ------- PAUL NASH HARRY JAM1-Ls - - - - - - - vfcc-P,-amlwiz ---- ------- I RL DULHBOHN GLENN SMITH --- ---.-Sccretary-Tfreusurer -- ---- A. L. SOCOLOFSKY 2 I .J mmvw I v il.. I l l U ll .- 'N 1 llmmnv U CJ ' A f f 'D IT N, Top Row: Hitchens, Unruhe, Charles Hogue, Brock, William Hogue, McConnel Middle Row: Perkins, Pirtorius, Patterson, Rufi, Sharp, Conner, Rorick. Bottom Row: Portwoocl, L. Stites, O'Connel, Rees, Bowman, James. Representatives OFFICERS Ilrcsiclcnt ..-.-- -------------- ---- R U FI Vice-Prcsidenl' ---- ------ R ORICK Secretary .-..-- --A ----. HITCHENS T1'easm'c1' .... -.-..-..- U NRUI-IE Critic ..... .... P nor. W. E. MYER REPRESENTATIVES ON THE 1917 DEBATE TEAMS iff,i?flff1f11"'""""""'IiiI-- -----f-------eeeee Rorick ------ Hltchens "" ---Warrensburg Missouri Normal O'Connel ---- Giffin--- -- Rees ---- .--. 2 I Run ,,-,---- ,N - .-- .... College of Emporia Portwood- - - - - - -l :..---.Manl1attan Freshmen Debate .V ua X Yeh I Una, ml Qi ' , F 2 D 1- 1- p suwfiowtn - ILD 1 C9 I 7 l' l 1 Top Row: Woodruff, Herndon, Drury, Runclus, Frazier. Miclcllc Row: Leuhring, Berger, Cook, Jarus, Britton. Bottom Row: Tolin, Davidson, Bergman, Pennington, Kuppleman. Delphians The Delphian Debating Society has experienced another prosperous and successful year. The Society entered the inter-collegiate contests in debate and oratory and 50- cured a fair representation in both activities. Albert E. Wooclrufl', last year's orator, 1'0PI'esented the school on the Manhattan debate team, and was also entered as the School orator in the State Oratorical Association. 1 OFFICERS P zrst Semester Second S1'1m'stvr LEAL BERGER ----- Prfnwiflmfi ...- ---- FRANK BERGMAN ALBERT WOODRUFF Vice-President -- ---LEROY DAVIDSON E- F. JARUS ----- Svcrclm-y .... ---ERNEST TOLIN HERMAN LEUHRING .--- .--- 7 'rvusm-or --- ---- Ftovn DRURY U5 W 1' yi - ' lil - 14- i , U ll i El y Cl 1' 'ix X If l l l 71 Top Row: Peck, Spivey, Curtis fPresidentJ, Manly, Timmons, Megee. Middle Row: Ducr, E. Valyer, Boyle, A. Wencllancl, Sellars, A. Valyer. Bottom Row: Murray, F. Wenclland, Rumforcl, C. Johnson, Richards fcriticj. The Athenians The Athenian Debating Society was organized in the fall of 1914, and has continued to be one of the helpful organizations to the boys of the Normal High School. There were about twenty members in the club this year, several of whom were in the club last year. Live questions were debated and interest, was shown by all of the members. The club hopes to take up debates with outside schools next year, and would have entered the State Association this year had the club been organized in time. The majority of the club members will be back next year. First Semester J on BOYLE ...-.. MERRII4 JOHNSON- EARL WAXTE ..-. Nom, G1s'r ...... MARVIN RICHARDS--- -- OFFICERS -- ---President -------- --- ---Vice-President ----- S ecretary- Treasurer - - - - - S ergefmt-at-A rms - - - -Sponsor --------- DN Second Semester ..----- JESSE CURTIS -WILLIAM SPIVEY --- M1L'roN PECK ALvxN WENDLAND MARVIN RICHARDS .- l 'N l illllllllllf l 'hw'-. I .wa ff. f I 1 .551 WIA v r cl 57-r?-71 7'-if , l suwmowfn QU am stage, 1 V7 I X I w U5 D ll in n , no F l 1? X ll Top Row: M. Smith, Cullison, Hostetler, Lockman, O'Connell, Wishard, L. Perkins. Middle Row: Stites, Pennington, Kearney, Meairs, Koontz, Allen, Dulebohn. Bottom Row: Moddrell, Welch, Moore, Bryan, H. Smith, G. Perkins, Randalls. The Normal'Dramatic Club The Normal Dramatic Club is composed of students majoring in public speaking and expression and each year a series of high-class plays is staged. This year's repertoire consisted of a humorous play, "Back to the Farm," and "Everywoman," a play of pro- fessional caliber. "Back to the Farm" was given complimentary to the farmers attend- ing the annual Farm Congress, held in February. CAST OF CHARACTERS Charles Merrill -.---.--.---...-.---..... LEE STITES Merton Merrill-U Mrs. Merrill ---.- Rose Meade ----- Reuben Allen ---- ---------------CLOUDSLEY LOCKMAN -----LENoRE CULLISON - ..... ALTA RANDALLS Orro KAPPLEMAN Gus Anderson .-.. ...- --- CLIFFORD MEAxRs Mr. Ashley ....... -.... I RL DULEBOHN Robert Powell ...... .... F RANCIS WELCH Margerie Langdon ---. ..-.. L 01s PERKINS Hulda ............. .... E 'rl-mL KEARNEY l l Tl 3 l 5 ll 3 am..-N..-........ .. Bunn-1-S-.1-r. f, -SUNFLOWEQ El U Lwl f YOUTH MODPISTY BEAUTY Scene from "Everywoman" "Everywoman" is a modern morality play which deals with strictly modern people ' l t'on that has been attempted by any N01-- and situations. This is the heaviest proc uc 1 mal dramatic organization. CAST OF CHARACTERS Everywoman --------- ------ M ISS FRANCES L. Hlcxox -IVAN HOSTI-JTLER King Love, the First ------------ '---- Nobody ............. ---Pnor. F. L. GILSON Youth-H ------ .-...-.. L els KOONTZ Beauty ...- ----- U LA WISIIARD Modesty ,-,- --- LOTS PERKINS Flatteryu- ---LEAL BEEGER Truth -,-- ...-. M ADGE MooRE Bluff ---- ....- W ARREN ALLEN Stuff ---- .... W . V. O'CoNNE1.L Tilne -,,-, ....---. E ARL BRYAN Wealth ,,,, ...... G LENN PERKINS Witless -.--- --- Conscience ---- ---- Passion ..--- - -THOMAS PENNINGTON -LENORE CULLISON - .... .- - PHIL JONES MAURINE SMITH Self ......--.- --- HELEN M. SMITH Vanity, Vice ..-- 101 1 l L? 90 lfilvtl J -u. - D I ull EJ U U W I I m 9? X ll Top Row: Manly, Zollars, Maul, E. Bodine, Gist, Fuller. Middle Row: A. Bodine, Baugh, E. Valyer, Marburger, Coventry. Bottom Rom: Stout, Curtis, Jones, Frey, A. Valyer, Curtis. Normal Masq ues This organization is composed of students of the Secondary School who are inter- ested in the work of dramatic interpretation. Each year a group of well-chosen plays is given. CLARICI BAUCII AI TA BODINl FFFIL BomNI lor' BOYII IIOYD BURK CARL BOWMAN BLANCHE Covl NFRX I1 ssL CURTIS FLLSWORTH DFNIT MILDRFD EmvAnIIs AHIN WPNDIAND THE CLUB MEMBERSHIP MAX FREY RUBY FULLER SALoMr GFFLAND CARRII HINTON MIRRILL IOIIINQON CLAUDL JOHNSON BLANC Hl IONFQ VPRA LINDHOLIII VICTORIA LINDIIOIM NILIII MCCONNIII FARI WAITF 1 RAY MANIX I1s1HLP MARIZURGFR CHARII s MAUL DIILA MAXSON ROY MURRAY CI CIL NoFIsINGLR CARRII' Ros'I' NLLLII: STOUT FRNFST VALYFR ARDPN VALYER BPUIAII YOILARQ T ,- l l I i N qwlllllllll I 1-......,, 'nhl'- 1 H MW I .5 I Q . ' 1 - . ' I I I. ' P . -. ui' T C Q tl. " . t .2 , -I -I. 1 II G - ' 'L 95 I ' I '. I I J GLADYS CURTIS PAUL KNIGHT Rosle SCHWENDIG - s U ' 'II I I 'J I 2 7 4 I y t 1 . 4 -I . -I . 1: . I -. I A U 4 1 4 I 'A 4 ' A 4 I tx . Im P X . ' X C D 4SUNFtOWliii :iz W L V ISWJ h B I s, Maul, E. Valyer, A. Valyer, Curtis, Gist, Knight. S1fmflii1g.' Baug , ..one Sitting: Marburg'er, Boyle, A. Bodine. Scene from "Charley's Aunt" "Charley's Aunt" was pre sented by the Normal Masques in Albert Taylor Hall, April 14, 1917, under the direction of Mr. F. L. Gilson. CAST -Noi:I. Glsr Jack Chesney .------- -------- - ------ - Sir Frances Chesney --------- Lord Fancourt Babberly--- Charley Weykham -.----- Spettigue -------- - Bra ssett ...M.--------- - Footman ..-....-------- - - Dona Lucie De Alvoradez .--- Ella Delahay- - - - Amy Spettigue -------- - - Kitty Verdum .------- --- --- Another production by the Masques was "The November 28, 1916. ----C1mnL1-is MAUI. ------Joi: Bovine ---PAUL KNIGHT ----J1cssl-: Cumws ----lCRNEs'r VALYHR -- ARDIGN VALYER ----CLARICE BAUGII ------BLANcH1c JoN1cs ---Esrlmn MARHLIRGHR ALTA BODINIC Courtship of Miles Standish," given on CAST Mistress Muuens --,, ,,.. .... - - Esrmzn IMARRIJRGER Priscilla ---------- .... - CLARICE BAUGI-I John Alden ----- ---- C ARL BOWMAN Miles Standish ---- -- 'HPAUI' KNIGHT wi, vlfqpvgq , 15,7 I 'li X r X Q5 D ' 1 , K. X xx ,. . Cl x 1 Wmlnruf 1 ry..,,m.. I 2 F '30 4 I ' f , In , ,' 1 . ' ,. 1 X X ,Z X , , ,ff, i I , X ,, l,,fjf,,f , ' I ff, ff A l, 1 A f 'I Z KW ! f 1 . ' 1 f I , ' V A A - , + w 'W f A7 7 fl! X- lfn X' Qwf X, , fd? fix I A M . 1 ,-J'-s X.. ff f 1' X ff 1 1 1 w PRES 5 ll ll' ll , T' JAMES MCCONNELI. The 1917 Sunflower Editor ----------------- HARRY JAMES Mrmagcr ....... DONALD A. MCCONNELL CLASS REPRESENTATIVES F, JAY SOUTH ............... -Senior ELSIE DEMING, ------------------ FANNIE DILSAVER ............. Junior --------- F'rcsl1.man, School Calendar PAUL RAYMOND -------..-.- Freshmfm BLANCHE JONES -... High, School Senior LESTER PEARSALL---Higll, School Senior WILLIS H. KERR A. L. SOCOLOFSKY, J amior, Organizations RUSSELL UNRUHE .---..... Sophomore HELEN STOKES ...-.------- Sophomore CARL W. SALSER FOCIllf1l Advisors X If X . 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LUX, X Un" gggy Q gi-'bf-liigjlff, 1' V,Q'1l4 ' fb' N ' 'W's : -Jf A ' T 3' 'f-9 N' L, -f - .f-11" ,, C ' "" ,M QWWQfw2ff55a1Ff:fQX fgglg A ffl Nuajf NX XXX ,jlgilq 'L-L x X X xx' if V X N In In if' J N-!-,N WD I 1H I -xi UQ 10,421 --1, lx 1 x ' , X" .5-'Q,j.-s,L,,1 1 3-' lf? ul? I .gg:.f.i+..' -Y X X NW ,Lqf 1 " X ' - "" Q hip, L .lx X, Fd-.32 f N... N H- iFi1QQmEE3 H lil m , oi I3 IT College Y. W. C. A. Cabinet .4-Kwai Tap Row: Smith, Hasper, Throckmorton, Wiles QPresidentJ, Fuller, Nemecheck, Downing. Bottom, Row : Taylor, Melbert, South, McPherson, Stokes, Rector, Hess fGeneral Secrc- taryj. High School Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Rost, Wilmore, Zollars, Martin, Darrah, Hess QGeneral Secretaryl, Fuller l, X CE 77 J Y- no SHE wr- w 1 x 1 Wnmyw ' 'Um auf, lm F I "m, Wg' Qi 0 , Z D Suwmwfi "ISD 7 LLWJ q W Schmitt, Back, Hess, Haspcr, Brown, Clements, Agee, Bolton Campfire Girls OFFICERS Gltfbrdilbu ---.- .................. M ARGARET H353 P"'0Sifl0M ------ -------------- E Llzmmm HAS!-im Vice-Po'esidcnt- - - ..... GLADYS CA1-BS SG0"05fH'Jl ------ ---. L EONA BAPTIST - - - - - --ORA CLEMENTS Treus wer- ...... .......... - - - SEVEN FOLD FLAME Hail to thee, thou flame of magic, Burn forever fair and bright, Keep the spirit of Wohelo ' ' th sight Seek for knowledge, be trus Keep a Ever glowing m y . Flame of mystery, flame of magic Burn forever, fair and bright! tworthy, Read the law within the flame, ll health and happy spirlts, Honor-working in that name, Flame of mystery, flame of maglc, ' v e thou canst claim True allegianc . --Mary E. Muir lll ,AHF fgl Y , , ,A ll ln lj EJ .-L..-"- T' X 1 X u ig J YWQ 'N . Wmnmr '-....,, W 1 5, W2 N. w I CJ X X oem J - F1 'fr Y U VT K , v if X 11 Hll f V' 'nu 1 1 I ic: T 'X 1 Wnnmsw w 'u...,,,,,W Wil 5 X, + 1 'Air s' A V h VLA . , 'N A.,A , 4 Q 11 ' cu A SUNFLOWED F: Lu-WJ T071 Row: Meuser, George, Throckmorton, Franz, Egbert, Shields. Second Row: Stokes, Melbert, McGrath, Grimsley, Godsey, Lockhart, Wilson. Third Row: A. Moore, Fuller, Ward, Armour, South, Cullison, Smith. N ton QSponsorJ, Hickok, Osborn, Quinn. Bottom. Row: Perkins, M. Moore, ew The Cmegas The Omega Society is the oldest girls' society in the Normal School. It stands for the best in all literary and social pursuits, and its thirty members are prominent in all school activities. Omega social "good times" are ones that are eagerly looked forward to and long remembered. Membership is obtained by invitation from the society. OFFICERS First Semester MRS. ELIZABETH OSBORNE--- ---- JOSEPHINE QUINN ........ .... -Secretary --- - - - Treasurer - - - Miss NEWTON AND President ----- Vice-President AMY Moons .... ............... MYRTLE LOCKHART ......... -. - Sponsors .' 115 S econd Semester -- VIRGINIA WILSON - MADGE MOORE ------------0 BERNICE GRIMSLEY -IDA FRANZ Mas. MONROE -. , El JW 'H D ll lit m g cu 3 if -w 'ls l Top Row: Cone, Maher, Reynolds, Helfenstein, Balsmier, Smith. Second Row: Hays, Samuelson, Merillat, Reneau, Harter, Musick. Thircl Row: Adamson, Bradley, Mrs. Bixler CSponsorJ, Taylor CSponsorJ, Hilyard, Enns. . . 'N AIICC Freeman Palmer SOC1Cty Wm ' V tw u....Y.M COLOR: Light Green FLOWER: Sweet Pea. The object of the Alice Freeman Palmer Society shall be to encourage high ideals of X .M womanhood, and to promote interest in all fields in which women are engaged. Also the W 'fm social side of the society is very much emphasized. X WWI' 9' xlv OFFICERS 'P 0 Prcsirlenf ------ -------------- - -- ETTA SMITH N Vice-Po'csidm1f--- ----- ROSE Muslcx I 9 ,Secretary .-..-. .--- E THEL ADAMSON 5 2 'l"reusm'01' ---- ---EDITH SAMUELSON I 'X X llti fv - fa X221 flf':Ef" ' ' df sh U SUNFLOWED ,.'::.m 7 LISWJ U d Rich Mullinix Walls, Kane. T011 Row: Fleming, E. Jones, Worden, McCoin, Conra , , , Second Row: Wiles, Howard, Payne, Bonwell, Lloyd, Lore, H. Jones. Third Row: Eaton, Deming, Illick fSponsorJ, Jeremy, Wayland, Berner, H. Smith. Bottom Row: H. Jones, Crandall, Burger, Smlth, Palmer. The lonians h' of thirty of the representative young women The Ionian Society has a members ip of the college interested in social and literary pursuits. The first half of this year was ' d half was devoted to a study of the modern Spent in reading Irish drama. The secon short story. J oUE'r'rA BERNER STELLA BONWELL EFFIE CONRAD MAE CRANDALL HAZEL EATON LOMA FLEMING HAZEL HOWARD RUTH JEREMY HOPE JONES HELEN JONES First Semester FLORENCE PALMER- - - JOUETTA BERNER- MARGUERITE PAYNE ---- BIRDIE RICH- -... -- - THE IONIAN GI ESTHER J ONES MAE LLOYD MABEL KANE MARJORIE LORE VERNA MCCOIN GERALDINE MULLINIX SUE NESEI1' FLORENCE PALMER MARGUERITE PAYNE B1RmE RICH OFFICERS Qizlcnt RLS Pre. . ---- - Vice-Prcsirlen! - - - - - - -Sacretarpf - - - - - E Trvas1m'er - - 117 HELEN M. Smrrn HESTER SMITH BLANCHE WORDEN JULIA WAYLAND JFZNNII-1 YVILES ELSIE DEMING MARY CUNNINGHAM NELLE HUGHES TIIELMA WALl.S LOLA BURGER Second Semester ----HELEN M. SMITH --------HOPE JONES --- HESTER SMITH ----BIRDIE RICH N I M A jlqpvw -ci D P X If X f ,gf 3 , V V Y x 1 WNIIDIIII ,Q N f H ea. X' 5 W. Wm, , ' qi: 4 118 Cl .1 -. 64 .1 k H as fxfil-Hin' 325' J ,H vp-, V 0 MSQMQ f lf - RE Q ,ll -. gy g , x -ix - 1 X lf -f , u W' L522PQ'1'W f ' 3 f 'c' Q ffsfwrfwfl-Qwluf , .0 PM f i ia ffwfhfib 1' if " me M -3' Q :fy Q1 V -fl v ?1'22 fy" f W 'S f, U ,gyg my .rv 1 ' I ' - -,,v' q,.,?-?5- -Nw 1 . Ti -4.1 I-nl -,AE"' y-jg, we M5070 ,-lm -4 ' A N 3' f?.'gMQr wr 2021, Agnus W ff N A1331 -. f Q 10 H JV " 5' 2'-4 HY24j4Sf1.'y2Z"' ' N ow - fo-:Q k w ,pf K- ' - a -, " 7, . '1,,1 x ALM My Q-, ,, . 1 ' ali 1534-w'9iQ25'?'fw ,eg -fs , J J, l Fig f1,v1wN ,-, ff- m l- CUf5'fU9 94 ' 52 7459? XfL+s,Q " .44 -' '5fYJ ' wild' . 5' J' .474 f 1 2' 6- fgiiffg-kip L14 -K pm Q' N ,, - I , 4, fxulijyakgg lata 'fx Y l A x X f Z' " A -, yi , W 'tl ,",-v' N W . .f""' F ll ng- 1 A i s".h.,'.. S . 1 5 , K 4-h 9 1 -4 SOROIQITIES FRATE ITIE rw j5'.Tf, 4 - A , Q E '1Qf'CT-'RTI Q 'j D V 5 M'-f'TT"Q, ' 'T 3 -A -gy A I I xl 4 ,,-,-,... N u N NNN: 1 Jlllmprw 1 w M.. .... .M 1 1 "W ,W ,""' , WWW 1 l N 9 'T A ,X ,:.. gil Vi 1 fir. f 1- - ' ' 5 x 'M-.QW--v U H -V ' if N WX 'XXX 1:0 g f I f 7 A 4' 7 'B' W U A SUNFLOWED L J IQI7 Phi Sigma Epsilon THE YEAR'S ACHIEVEMENTS Editor of Bulletin. Two men on debate teams. Cheer leader. Twelve men on football team. Five men on basket ball team. Cagtaincy of football, basket ball, baseball and track teams. Two men on all-state football team. Four men on Glee Club. All-State football captain. Two men on Y. M. C. A. cabinet. CLOUDSLEY LOCRMA JAMES NICROLS HUGH EDWARDS CLIFFORD MEAIRS HAROLD CULTER FRANCIS WELCH ROLLAND RAYMOND DUNLAP MCADAMS PHILIP JONES CHARLES REHM SAMUEL SMITH IVAN HOSTETLER MEMBERS N PLEDGES RUSSELL UNRUHE EARL DEVORE KARL KAISER CHARLES KESSLER GLENN PERKINS PAUL RAYMOND WILLIAM MONYPENY BRUCE PORTWOOD CARL DENY FLOYD RORICK ROY WILLIAMS GLEN ROBINSON, ROI-I CROSS, CHARLES R. PHIPPS, Sponsor. CHARLES NEIS, l El I' r I l l bf' 90 1 we D 411 ll m L 1 1:1 FT V JI A W X , x 1 mml'3!lW w 's......,,..w Kappa Sigma Epsilon FOUNDED AT KANSAS STATE NORMAL, 1915 I FLOWER: While CfI,'l"l1ll'f'i0'l'l. COLORS! Purple and Gold. PUBLICATION: "Frat Breeze." !""n,,., UW " ' Wulf HONORARY MEMERS it Mn. W. H. CAROTHERS MR. GEORGE KEENAN I y f -ze IVN . fjx N, 12: XB ' A D ASUNFLOWED E, "IIS if LWJ I Kappa Sigma Epsilon ACTIVE MEMBERS HOWARD ALTENREAD ----- --------- - ---- PAUL M. ARNALL ..-- NEAL AKERS ------- RALPH BAKER ------- OSCAR CIIR1sTENsEN--- ELLIS CIIRISTENSEN ..-- CECIL FREEROURNE .--- HARLEY GIFFORD ----- CLAUDE GALDRAITII .... DALE HURT .....---- CARL LONGFELLOW-- ELMER MEYER .---- ELDEN PARMITER ---- FRANK R0sTETTER--- GAILCRD SMITH ..-- LEE STITES .----- RUSSELL STITES ---- HARRY SCHAIBLE -.-- HARRY THOMAS ---- IVAN TRUSLER- - - VICTOR TRUSLER- - WARREN ZEIBER .--- RICHARD NELSON- - - PLEDGES FENIMORE CO0PER--- ---------- JAMES SMITH -.-- LLOYD HARR ..--- HIRCI-IEL HAY--- EARL DELANO ----- BENJAMIN LEWIS ---- HAROLD HAYES- - - JOHN JENSEN, HAROLD S FRATRES IN URBE - Hutchinson - - --Elk Falls - - - -Emporia - - -Clifton - - - -Ramona - - - -Ramona ----- Marion - - - - Eskridgc Lost Springs - - - - - Tampa - - -Ella Falls -Belle Plainc - - - -Eskridgc ---Fairview ----- Florence ----Mound City --- Mound City -----Fairview - - - Emporia - - - - - Emporia - - - -Emporia - ---Pawnee Rock -Belle Plaine - - - - -Fairview Lost Springs - - - -Emporia - - - Eskfridgc - ---Norton - - - -Emporia --- Sevcry IMPSCN, HOMER LAIRD 123 1 I ' A 1 7 , s-. W l i v ACI VI ,- -'-- -f-----'- '- K. -W NN: 1, V1 Y X . . -5,,-.,............ ,.., I w P 1 1 i r Y w W 1 1 I ' 1 l 3 i 1 1 V f N N V I W ' Y w Q X Nu 'JN 11 u N J,.TYlY.1?1"f?M AC is. I ra,W4!M 1 D t lin A' 1::s 6.2 ' , in! YJ TL-ll--11".1:f:,'::'.:1.i..,.....-A W 7 ' A SUNFLOWUQ "'1'..D D F LW! f Alpha Sigma Alpha FOUNDED AT KANSAS STATE NORMAL, 1917. FLOWERS Red and White Carnations. COLORS! Whit ACTIVE MEMBERS BEN MCINTOSH L. E. DEVoss F. JAY SOUTH CLIFFORD HALL CHARLES WEBER GLENN SM11'H ARTHUR GARRISON FRED SHULER Seniors Juniors HARRY VAN PETTEN HERMAN LUEHRING WILLIAM HOGUE LEAL BERGER A. L. SocoLoFsxY HARRY JAMES Sophomores Q PLEDGES DoN MCCONNELL FRANK WALTERS CARL BOWMAN C 5 CALVIN VAN CAMPEN CLARENCE Ros JOHN DUNSWORTH HONORARY MEMBERS e and Old Rose. X Mn. J. C. DEVoss MR- W- E. MEYER W JW nm E f U 'fl D I ul. D Q U rv .ll Top Row: Turner, Welch, Cross, Scott, Kaiser, McAdam. Bottom Row : Widmer, Babb fSponso1'J, Trusler, Stubbs. Pi Delta Fraternity Purpose-Better Physical Directors for the State of Kansas COLORS-CRIMSON AND GoLD OFFICERS Po-eszdcnt ......... .. ........... .... I VAN TRUSLER Vice-President .......... ...... I 'IARRY SCOTT Secretary and Tzicasurcr--- ....--. EARL WIDMER S wnwrs H Q CLAIR K. TURNER I QGEORGE R. BARR ACTIVE MEMBERS IVAN TRUSLER EARL WIDMER FRANCIS WELCH HOMER W. HARGISS GUY CROSS KARL KAISER R HARRY SCOTT DUNLAP MCADAM GEORGE BARR CLAIR K. TURNER GEORGE STUEBS ' JUNIOR MEMBERS VICTOR TRUSLER HARLEY GIFFORD DICK NELSON CHARLES REHM LLOYD HARR. X 1? X If P1211 N-45' 'ffl J 1 R r x 1 Wnunmr W 'bp,,,m.w f H l "m, WIA H I 'Q 5 2 D ,- , SUNFLOWQ V-1 A' 7 'A :Zn LJ 1 1 H' 3 f If l I 1 l 1 ,l 1 T011 Row: Hitchens, Rorick, Woodruff, Portwood, Giffin, Dulebohn, Lockman. Bottom Row: Karr fSponsorD, Gilson fSponsorJ, Rufi, Rees, Perkins, Hall, O'Connell, Nash. Pi Kappa Delta NA'1'1oNAL FORENSIC FnA'rE1cN1'1'r. Local Chapter organized May, 1916. Admitted to National Organization in April, 1917. MEMBERS AND THEIR RECORDS: CLIFFORD IIALL ..................... .---Warrensburg debate, '16g lklanhettem, '17 JOIIN RUFI -------- Warrensbnrff debate, '16, Manhattan and College of Emporia, '17 BRUCE Porvrwoon ..... .. .....H......-. .---- C ollegc of Emporia debate, '10 and '17 WM. V. O'C0NNm,L ....... .... C ollege of Emporia debate, '16, Wai-1-ensburg, '17 FLOYD RORICK,, .,..,, .......... M anhattan debate, '16g Wa1-rensburg, '17 PAUL NASH ........ --------------- ll 'Ianhattan debate, '17 IRL DULEBOHN .... ..... M anhattan debate, '17 PERRY HITCI-IENS--- ---XV2ll'1'CllSbl11'g' debate, '17 MARVIN Ricmnns .... -------- M anhattan debate, '17 FRED Gln.-IN ,,,,,,, ----w-- W arrensburg debate, 117 ED Rims ....,.. ---- C ollege of Emporia debate, '17 Hfmny ELVVELL -,,- ---------- M anhattan dcbatc, '15 CAnL K1NG ,,,-,-- -------- M anhattan debate, '16 MARTIN NELSON-nu .--. Manhattan debate, '16 Guy XNEBSTER ------ ----- M 2lT'lh3.ttELYl IIC-biltc, '16 ALBERT WOODRUFF-U ---School orator, '16 and '17 CLOUDSLEY LQCKMANHF --------- SCh00l orator, '15 W WILBUR ROSS ------ ---. W arrensburg debate, '16 MELVIN BOWMAN-u -------- Warrensburg debate, '16 m GLENN PERKINS --Fd ...- C ollege of Emporia debate, '16 fi? 1:7 Q5 7 C KE' 'Jn 2 S X I Z'-'IAQ E : 4- 3 ,f 3 - .1 ,L 6 - F., n...... Q To -7.x-1 .ws ,.-L'-1 I l. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Chapter National Pedagogical Sorority Founded at State Normal School, Farmville, Va., 1898. nstalled Kansas State Normal March 30, 1917. Official Publication: THE TRIANGLE Flozver: VIOLET. Colors: PURPLE AND XVHITE. ACTIVE MEMBERS HELEN M. SMITH JOUETTA BERNER JOSEPHINE VVILLIG RUTH TAYLOR ANNE BINGHANI ll,-XRIE GOYVER RUTH HAGENBIASTER JULIA WAYLAND BIABEL KANE BIARCELLA HANSCOIIR KATHERINE DOTY GERTRUDE XVHITE HELEN T. JONES FLORENCE PALMER ELSIE DENIING ETHEL BIODDRELL RUTH YVENDELL CLARA PERKINS ELIZABETH SPARKS THI-ILM.-1 YVALLS LEONA MCC.ARTY NELL HUGHES SUE NESBIT RUTH O,KEEFE KATHERINE FULLER HONORARY MEMBERS AIRS. DANETTA ECKDALL BIISS ACHSAH Mi.-XY HARRIS I ':! ,ZS U I 'L YIINFHMF 0 I7 ' ?j.'4fnl :. M' 1 if 5 H -1 V... -. ,,-,,,,,,.,,-, , ,'f"':1, H lp , W Y f V 2 THE SIGMA GAMMA SORORITY , 121: 1 is , Q ' 0 D ll ln - n A Own YT 'R IT X ll Chi Upsilon HONORAKY MUSIC SORORITY FOUNDED 1917 at A KANSAS STATE NORMAL SCHOOL COLOR 1 Ruse. FLOWER : Rvmv. MEMBERS RUTH JEREMY RUTI-I MAJOR NIARGUERITIG PAYNE CHINA ROGERS Do1zo'1'HEA BANG MARIE GOWER KATIIEYN FULLER HOPE JONES MAURINI-1 SMITH ROSALIE BRIGHAM JoUE'r'rA BERNEE HONORARY MEMBERS MISS PRUTSMAN Miss JONES Mlss STROUSE Mus. BEACH 1110 x Wllvlmw 'ln W nu. "I an I S ""'n, 7 I CJ U SUNFLOWED E, 41-...X 7 Lngwj K 'NY f ,J -A-1 . ,.-., Top Row: Mitchell, Hammel, Bonwell. Second Row: Kirwan, Leclnicky, Conroy, Buell, Christian. ' Third Row: McEvoy, Moore, Doyle. FLOWER! Jacqueminot STELLA BONWELL ADIN12 BUELL AUDREY CHRISTIAN SUSAN CoNRoY RUTH DOYLE Theta Chi Theta FOUND!-:D 1917 Rose COLORS! Yellow and White ACTIVE MEMBERS HELENA MCEVOY HONORARY MEMB MISS ANNA BROGAN 131 MYRTLE HAMMEL IDA KIRWAN BERNICE LEDNICKY GOLDIE :MITCHELL BESS MOORE ERS MISS GERTRUDE GA MBLE E U' 1 5 0 1 IN! v WW... D I if-ig: :' gi 55- ig Q I 2 I '1' IZ I 5 . ., ,O I ' X Y ' A Tum? .,,".:?f21.11tim D -"' -2- k',".-NH 1 .1 ffzuf' -- .S I .,..-. - L 1 .W ,gh 1 - - -1 J Q. .. A ' V E :-.Jfp1g"1ii?ff f 7 EDNA JOHNSON PLEDGES MRS. FRANK FONCANNON Kappa Delta Theta EVELYN MAY HAZEL BROWN MRS. ARTHUR CORRETT RUTH JEREMY Emu BROWY MRS. XVAYXE PATTERSON COLOR: Purple. FLOXVER2 Violet. QNX NANNRITGA FRAQCES STQWENSON MRS. HARRY XVISBIEYER ER.-XLDINE ULLINIX VERA HUGHES Pgpv'--" ACTIVE MEMBERS BIARIE Pmasox DORIS WRIGHT HONORARY MEMBERS JANET ATKINSON DFAURINE SMITH , B553 POWELL ETHEL IRELAND ' BERTHA BRADY XVALGHME WMMCIX FLORENCE RIORRISON RUTH PM-Ng T MAUD BARRIGERA DIATILDA XE IILKE HAZEL HARRIS Ii.-XRRIET HOYER BIAE LLOYD SORORES IN URBE EDNA MCCULLOL-GH MARY FORDE RUTH SCOTT MRS. CLAIR TURNER ROSALIE BRIGHABI W . Nfffliwlff L4 T R A f K .F D .V 'I Q U F J -SUNFLOWED X xx xpzgff LIS W ff:.n 1 'if U 'I 'x I H1 Qu:-. NX 1,-:i'+"" .gf ' Ch 'I :Ng '54 I If ...Q ' ' '3 xfffia' ' ltsflf ' r 4 11.5 A A X .fy ' ' 4 ,. , J ' , HQ! , V 3 , , -, f f g A 4 I iffy! X VI ,. ,f :Af M V My 2 X . yn M' , . 1 , 1 f if , K 4-, y ff' I" XX If ' xv ' Y fx ,, . V, ' ff F" 1f-iigiix' -. 1 , J F I QS-1329? ' .xr V V Z- 21 -C LAIBORNE1- CLUBS-I 'W-f. Y f ' I U XX K . r Jw " I . ,. 1 K e x ,.....-rf - -1 if Zx ..,. ,,,.,.,.-.q..,..n..Jx,....,.Em..1.. .,,.......L.... .,.,-.i...g ,L -6, - -M. . .,.. .,.-... if -I ii I 25+ Q T5 W' Ei WJ. E Xa-iv W I W E NEXV YEAR'S PARTY GIVEN BY THE GERMAN CLUB EEE QW- S F E 5 5 E E ' Q S 55 f 3 'S 5 S ig: sulflowtu D 7 in 7 Lugwj F ' l C1115 0jfi1'1'1'.s.' Melbert, Nemecheck, Miller, Lewis, B. Itundus, Lindscheid, Schuler, Der Deutsche Verein 1 I 1 u i The purpose of this Verem IS two-fold-social and educational. Socially, it is G1-gt of all a get-acquainted club. For the realization of this purpose, all sorts of good times are enjoyed by the members, from wienic roasts and watermelon feeds to more elabor- ate social functions. In addition to purely social features are added to the programs ol' other meetings, such as the playing of German games, which can be used by the teach- ers in junior high school, or in Vereins which they organize. The educational purpose of the Verein also is recreational, as well as cultural. The Drograms include topics which do not have a place in the regular classroom work, and familiarity with which, add nevertheless to the equipment of the teacher. The singing of songs dear to the heart of every German forms a part oi' every program. :W 135 - 1 we e li 'iii we , W Ha D ua lla U ,, r , , 5 I3 V X xl, If il, ,, UM , Top Ru'u,': Bergman, Richards, James, Dr. Lindquist fSponsorJ, Robson, Cross.-- lllirlzllu Row: Dubbs, Hunsaker, Downing, Nash. llnlinm Raw: Brock, Meyer, Muir, Moyer, Whitlow. A Mathematics Club Top Row: Woodruff, Jarus, Davis, Professor Keller, Brown, Frazier. .lliddlv Row: Davies, Jillson, Miller, Parks. Iintfom Row: Barber, Conner, Professor Ellis, Deakin, Carls. r l 1:10 n l l N 1 lllnr1:l,,,,,,, l 'Wu 'f J 1-I f l l , X , gg- M .J 45. , ' fri. afiii '- r?,.l"f .5-Ei' ? ,' ' , ,Q ff l73L2f,,:f." 119. if ir' -Lf. 'Cv L, 1.3 CJ W Wg 1 l M041 lu in suiriowir U 7 li 7 Liipirj i L? T011 Row' Carr, Moore, Hohe, Fife, Davis, Pringle, Larson. Middle Row: Brittain, Sloan, Richman, Van Osdol, Egbert, Conrad, McNeal. Bottom Row: Bradfield, Henderson, Reneau, Williams CSpoi1sorl, Ramage, Adamson, Berger. European History Club f the European I-'Iistory Club is to supplement class work in history The purpose 0 . and promote social fellowship among its members. Never, in the five years of its ex- istence, has it come nearer realizing these ends than during the past year. OFFICERS Pa'asicle1zt--.---- -------- ---- LEAL BI-:Rama Vice-Pw'sidm1,f ..-- ---MYRTLE LOCKIIART Sccrctfwy ..... .... M Any HARPER Tiwzsiwei' --------------------------- F. JAY SOUTH Top Row: Allen, Greenawalt, Countryman, Borror, Williams 1SponsorJ. F H7 Samuelson Merilatt, Feather, Bryan. Middle Row: Schlegel, Lockhart, ra 1, f th Austenfeld Shuey, Weatherly W x Bottom Row: Harper, Feather, South, S011 , - f - . , 137 qw qw W " ff"4 I Ml I' l .IM L ,I ill ff 1 ff 1-1 if lil 1631:-i:t::: , g :A':,.- - ef fa He-- H 1:1 fl . l 4 5 M lx l H l,.,f . il il l ill .5 il l , , i, H l ll ' I ll H EB Top Row: Braclfield fConsulJ, Larson, Payne, Black 'fSponsorJ, Nichols, Campbell, , 23 Moore fTibicenD. Illicldlc Row: E. Goclsey fScribaJ, Fisher, Finnerty, Melbert QTibicenJ, Holforty, E. gl Bodine, A. Bodine, Lockhart fTibicenD. 1?uttom Raw: H. Brandt, Shippey, Agee, Holtz fSponsorJ, Zimmerman, M. Godsey, , - Q Grant. w Soclalitas Latina , ,, MCMXVI-MCMXVII I l R. BRADFIHLD l-IT W. Hocnm, Cmlsulilms A i . XX Mm -Wh , M .l.TlTii1i'fflz l ll R 1 u ll ' i va - 1 Z7 ' . 5 I A 'l" f 44-NHL l in 5 n ji lX...J'j lx i If 'TX T5 xqx-x A, 1 ff?-V2 f l il il l Top Row: Traxler, Fruit, Drury, A. Rundus, Harper, Bear, Tyndell. 5-ififg, 'L Niflrllrf Row: Jones, Boyle, Holtz fSponsorJ, B. llundus, Fagan, Manly, Norton. R, liotmnzi Row: Schlegel, Dixon, Black fSponsorJ, Henderson, Davis, Hayes, Hogue , K CConsulJ. 5151 x 5 'H -- Q Xl" 1:18 i fl-E ' l D ' ' M. ..... WM, ..,... rr-- -Me -r ee ee ee H ff ii: ' ll-Q5 x if NC -........-...-----...,..,-.....-..-.. -.. , --"4 ' U If I""""'r -T, 4 3UllFlOWEl2 l will .-, ffm,- .---. 'Kimi ll. T R I: I. Armour, Z. Armour, Randalls, Loveless, Grahal op ou Middle Row: Barringer, Frith, Waynlck, May, Copeland, Brown. Bottom Row: Babcock, Brown, O'Keefe. Girls' Physical Tralning Club OFFICERS MARIAN KENNEY ----------------- -------- P resident CHRISTINE MCPHERSON ---------- ---- V ice-Pa-as-iflcm JULIA BABCOCK---- -------------- 1- ------ Secrcta'ry THRLMA WALLS ...---------------------.- Tfreasurm- MISS IRENE WATSON, MISS DOROTHY VESTAL, MISS HELEN -----9 zonsors TAYLOR, MISS EDNA MCCULLOUGH ...-.- L7 l I li .I Q' l Top Row: Nelson, McComb, Smith, Bolton, Brown, Smith. , Bottom Rozu: Walls, McPherson, Jones, Berner, Kenney, Blair. Q "wgff:"QfI Il U K fr fi'-'-l-i"I:' 571 ll ll ll. El e Cl - ' T 'mu ...Mn . ..,. I ,. L.-Ll. ,.... if ' Top Row: Helfenstein, Lanpheer, Ellis, Bender, Nelson, Kemp, Bieberdorf, Pulley, Crandall, Smith. .lliclfllc Roni: Ward, Hoopcs, Job, Watson, McEvoy, Musick, Kullcr. Hollow Row: Eaton, Hilyard, Walton, Graves fSDOIlS01'D, Wilson, Good. I Primary Proficiency ' l 1 lnnmw W Top Row: McComb, Robb, Huffman, Fuller. Second Row: Clements, Thiel, Wendell, Dix, Louderman, Russell. ? 7'l1,ird Row: Frisbie, Smith, Waite, Shuey, Jones, Bement. . 1' Bottom Row: Bradley, George, Burkholder, Harris CSponsorJ, Hamilton, Lloyd. X ff W 1-so Y 'N l g. h"'h1 Qi' y Z j 'b SUNFLOWED o W T071 Row: Taylor, Leonard, Alder, Kelley, Keyes, Hulings, V. Hughes, N. Hughes. Middle Row: White Jennings, Bingham, Noyes. ! Tliirzl Row: Scott, Starkweather, Ayers, Beinent, Jones, Burger, Smith, Crowley, Beans, Okeson, Bryant, Noll, Owen, Hurst, Watt, Morgan, Bents, Ransom. Kindergarten Club Kft D I Wi ' in once said that kindergartners were expected to model them- '1 e oug as gg selves upon Raphael, Apollo Belvidere, St. Cecilia and Jobg but the virtues and abllmcs of these are insufficient for the modern kindergartncr. She must acquire also the wis- 1 th m ath and love of Ruth, coupled with the breadth of vision of com of Solomon, e sy p' y the statesman, and the open-mindedness of the scientist, a task far too ambitious to be accomplished in the classroom in two short years. To help toward the fulfillment of these ambitious ideals the Kindergarten Club was formed in the spring of 1917. The activities of the club are such as to promote study of and to increase interest in h ' ' nd the progress in the field of kindergarten work. t 0 current questions a The members are also given practice in speaking in public, preparatory to work with Mothers' Clubs, Parent-Teacher Associations and other community work incidental to a wide-awake kindergartner. ' -' ' ssar for the one who works with Realizing that an abundance of play spult is nece y d t devote all of its attention to serious matters, therefore, little children, the club oes no ' t'n s each month is devoted to the cultiva- one of the regular Wednesday evening mee 1 g tion of friendship and sociability among its members, and to playing together. OFFICERS - - - -RUT11 TAYLOR LOLA BURGER Vice-President ----- ---- ---- ----- -'--"- - - - - - NELLE HUGHES Presiclcni ----- - ----- ----------- SQCVClllf7'1f-T'l'0llS'lU'C V- - - - - - - - - - '- - - f Miss Aman AND Miss BINGHAM Sponsors ----- -------- I 1 41 Y -Amir in I ull n Y no V in r 'un Top Razr: 'Shemwel1, Miller, Dilsaver, Sharpe, Ramage, Carlisle, Austin, Luehring. Middle Row: Payne, Armour, Rees, Ross, Harper, Davis. Bottom Ro-lv: Hockens, Rector, Countryman, Henderson, Bryan, Meyer CSponsorJ, Dixon. 1 The Senate The Senate was organized two years ago by students interested in parliamentary law and current topics of the day. It is organized as the United States Senate, bills I are introduced, handled in committees, debated and voted upon., The meetings are held on Thursday evening of each week. Occasionally an evening is devoted to amuse- ment. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester x H. REBS ------- ---Pl'UH'iLl01Lt ----- ----- E VELYN Ross S, H. CONNER-. ....... ---Vice-President ----- ------ ISA ARMOUR GLADYS HENDERSON ...- ---Secretary -------- -- ----- EARL C. BRYAN E. C. SI-IEMWELL ----.-. ---Assistant Secretary --- ---- ALLISON RAMAGE FANNIE DII,SAVER ......... ---Treasurer ....------- .--- E . C. SHEMWELL WILLIAM V. 0'CONNELL ---- ---Sergcarzt-11t-Arms --- ----. L. B. SHARPE 4V X . 1 llljllmlv I ? 5. "M, K r I 4 5 2 154 C' X ,H g suwflowa 2 'V F L'9'7li V l l l 1 Top Row: Longshore, C. Johnson, Peck, Runion, Timmons. Scco1zclRow: McConnell, A. Bodine, L. Frey, Johnson. Holyrod, Lindholm. Tllird Row: E. Bodine, Miller, Anderson, Scacat, Holiday, Hershey. Bottom Row: Curtis, Brogan CSponsorJ, Murray, M. Frey, Host, M. Johnson. Civics Club The Civics Club was organized in the spring of 1915, for the purpose of stimulating among its members interest in, and respect for good citizenship and patriotism. Under the leadership of Miss Brogan, this club does work which approximates the actual work of carrying on a system of state and local government, such as organizing counties, making First SL'IllIfS!f'l' CLAUDE Joi-1Ns0N state laws or making school districts. OFFICERS U, ---PrcsizZcnt. ------- VERA L1NnHoLM ...- - - - Vice-President - - - ERNEST VALYER- , , .... S06l'!?fIl,l'1l-Tl'l?!lSllVIH' Mlss BROGAN --- ---- SIIOHSOV ------ --- H3 Sccoml Sonzcstrfr - - - - Roy MUIQRAY --- -- ----- --MAIC Fm-:Y - -- ---MPIRIQILL JOHNSON -- ----. Miss BROGAN -Agfa A X I ull .- n an VT . R 1 11 Top Row: Barnes, Bowman, Maul, Buck, Timmons, Burk. Middle Row: Gist, Murray, Minrow fSponsorJ, Antle, Fisher. Bottom Row: Peck, Chappel, Dent, Whitely, Boyle. The C. S. Club The C. S. Club, organized in 1912 by Miss Minrow, was unusually strong this year. The membership ranged at about twenty-two members during the entire year, and the boys enjoyed some unusually good times during the winter months. In order to strengthen the club and make it more efficient in carrying out its aims, the R. S. Club, "the girls' C. S. Club," was organized in the fall of 1916, and has worked very suc- ' cessfully with the boys' club. The two elubs have joint parties and undoubtedly were the strongest organizations in the High School this winter. OFFICERS First Semvstcl' Jou BOYLE ..... CHARLES MAUL- En. MCCONNELL- - - - JARVIS DEES ---- V Miss MINRow-- 1 - - -President - - -- - - - -Vice-President - - - - -Secretary - - - - - - - - To'easu're1' - - - -- ----Sponsor ---- 144 Second Semester -----JoE BOYLE ----- NOEL GIST - CHARLES MAUL --- ROY MURRAY MISS MCDANIELS 6954 "AL K 1 'ln I x 1, lll11111111 l uhh 'v W.: ' ' 5 e Cl SUNFLOWED N 4- f 1 D 'W r l 9 I 7 'i l l Top Row: Father Victor, Austenfeld, McNabb, Duggan, Cavanaugh. N Middle Row: Conroy, Meyer, Spraul, Duggan, Reichart, McCarty. I Bottom Row: McGrath, McEvoy, Kirwan, Lednicky, Whitney, Cavanaugh. The Newman Club The Newman Club is an organization of Catholic students for study and social pur- poses. The Newman Club is a national movement, and it has lately been organized in many state universities and colleges throughout the United States. Membership is open to any student in school who may wish to join the club. l OFFICERS I"'i'r.st Semester Second Semester ALICE MCGRATH - ---Presideoitl ..... ..... A DINE BUELL , JAMES FINNERTY- ---Vwe-President --- .... ANNA MCCARTY W P. J. REICHART-- ---S0C1'CifH'?l ----- ------ P . J. REICHART WILLIAM MCNABB -... ---Treasurer ---- ---- W IIJ-IAM MCNABI: U Q I 145 N-5 ' A l f , M ' a D fffkwf 1 1 l "7 It " Il ' - H N w Y Y N V N 4 WllWEF27,ygu N w.. ff' 'vw'-.4 W lv., 0'- -5,5 I S L""'a, Wifi' 1 'f 1-af' 5' W W , , , h I3 f-...--M . e - he -1 " J' "NME 34 W' 5 'Xi 1: . " my X - W . I E X -ex, 5 L, wwrfhe Student-Alumnl Counc11 X . , ,N ,, 2 N , , 1 gl I I if Top Row: Rufi, Workman, Luehring, Sharpe, Garrison. Middle Row: Lore, Throckmorton, Mayberry, Keller, Agrelius, Rich, Meyer. 3 Bottom Row: Whitney, Salser, Newman, Culter, Wiles, President Butcher, Hughes. A The Art Study Club X ,, 1 N d , l H 1 3 E 3 wg E W L 1 5, WE ii V5 ' P ff U Top R010 : Andrews, Hodges, Currens, Gum. if Middle Rofzv: Hoch, Bain, Hasper, Brown. Q Bottom, Row : Hurt, Hall fSponsorJ, Wooster fSponsorJ, Reynolds. Ni HX- JM lm ' ,,IQ1Xg, C3139 W ' ' ' X ' ' r. I . ,. rh !'. N. A.-7:1 ' V., . ' A, ie-3 E1 . -'E 1 ff " XX f, 1 f f - L W Y Q fu X Wyfwwf f W HX lUi f4:Il X, QM R 'WWW 4M x 1 ' W N' 'U Nwuw' ' 5 W fi, X 1 f , X x VN' xv ,f N AX! 'F' ' K RX I X., A 'I 1 ,MIXXXVM fy . W RN 1, M103 N 1 flfu l lv! Ali x lu 7 1 ,K ffl, 'V I -MU X. Xl 'VM . . f iw? WUI-H Q , f f A,., 1' 'linux N ff 'ff f f fig, ffl , .WM mix vig X fm XX xx LX' X X 1 .X X xi!-LX W wif I X ag V X XX gk J 1 , A + ' " w ' 1 , f N Am X sy K , xx XX f K X X ffffyfov- I Z Z W 39" X Ka V 5 xx X ' N- I X X : 4 P ff 7'-...X X i ' 1 2? Ah Y , L K ' , X X X f ,. Q 5 Q THLETIC D A 1 VT HOMI-IR WooDsoN HARGISS Athletic Couch September 29 .... .... October 13 October 21 October 26 October 27 November November November November November 3 .... .... 11 -... .... 17 ---- ---- 23 -... .... 29 .... .... The Season's Record At Lawrence- At Pittsburg- At Manhattan - - - At Emporia-- At Emporia-- At Emporia-- At Lawrence- At Emporia-- At Baldwin ------ K. At Emporia-- like true sportsmen. Normal athletic stock has been steadily on the rise since Coach Hargiss came, three years ago, and there are no indications of a slump ahead. Coach always keeps the coffers full of raw ma- terial, from which comes the polished machines that appear on field and courtg machines that have been coached to win if they can-if not, lose 0 ------ -------- K .U.13 - - - - Pittsburg Normal 7 ------------Aggies 13 --Friends University 13 Southwestern 2 - - - Washburn 7 - - -Haskell 0 - - - -Bethany 0 --------.----Baker 10 College of Emporia 10 Totals .... ............... K , S. N. 131 ---- .. ------ Opponents 82 Cl l l X 1 lllhmmf N 'hu'....' M. fiuu m sql al 'in 5 Z lv. N: p 142 v D e SUNFLOWED l K Llswil Sf .....au. All-State Men Of all the honors that have been conferred upon Normal football men that given to Capt. William Monypeny ranks the highest. Besides being given the captaincy ol' the All-State team and a tackle position, his whole football career has been symbolical ol' the high ideals of sportsmanship, which is the goal of Normal athletics. Roy Williams, who hails from Blackwell, Okla., proved almost invaluable at right end, where his steady work, both offensive and defensive, was a great factor in the outcome of many hard-fought games. He is the kind of a man that plays it hard and straight. In both basket ball and football, Harold Culter, because of his superior work, was al- ways in evidence. Whether playing at quarter on the gridiron, or as forward on the court, he exhibited the same class of clean-cut Hght. He was given these positions on the All-State teams without a dissenting vote. Karl Kaiser came to the Normal highly recommended as a basket-ball juggler, having made a high mark in the Missouri Valley Conference while in K. U. His work for K. S. N. was well in keeping with his reputation. With Karl at guard the opposition us- ually made the shot for goal from the neighborhood of the middle of the court. Guy Cross proved to be the star of the conference centers, and was approached only by his worthy rival, Cassidy, of Ottawa. Cross is not only an aeroplane at center, but also is invincible on the floor. He also has a way of hitting the basket from most any angleg eleven field goals in three-quarters of a game is his record for this winter. N1 . ' 1" f lx K 1. J' :f r Ts' t ' 4 P Q -f 3.-fs M, -- .," ..f x 4.5 . :YA .4 VJ 1 W QX kgyxj fi N15 S I 5, 'M ewan Nu uh' I Y iw ' L 1 ,N 51 Q-iii' ' 5 15" "QS: N ,TXw,,f fl F 0 0 TBA LL 555 95-3,i, THE 'VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM OF 1916 5 ,A "1 D X -4 g, li Six?-'ff' ziax J f ' xx , Y, Y Y s Y Y Y 1 , , ff , 7235: "px-"""' " ,L , Q, Q .SKY 1'k. iT1:A:Q-. , . X I Xt ,K .S f E ' xx ' Q J ' E ' K :Y 6' 5 : ' A -fa S S 1 tw Q' XX: 1 . ,fi L 'X' I ,,....u-f K, I A c gsuwnowm l 1 Llgud V U c WILLIAM MONYPENY, Football Captain The Team While the 1916 team had its usual complement of "stars," yet their presence was not so evident as usual, since every man on the squad played close up to the average of all. The entire season was a success. Playing two of the Missouri Valley Conference elevens close gamesg giving Haskell the second home defeat in her history, and losing only one conference game, the state title went to the Normal without question. 153 N1 1 raft.. l.. , ,f-MFN f.fdf' rf'Q Q 1. H x E1 ' ' ,,,,,,. A.CE:..Lhx.5, 1 q El V EFI: T W ,J tt ,. tx..,j4 R ll Nfl l 2 t l l l l 1'Ul,'l'lqn, .H H N'llll,IA3IS --p,,,yg-L." l,1Hy,.,l his thi,-11 5,.:,S,,,, fm- K. . httlhlr IHISIIIUIIIIIIUI'-U1 l11IlklllLIIlll ull S. N.. this yvnr :xml wats :tlwnys mm-ntlum-tl HHN' Wfllll-, Wllilt' IYIGIYIIIFJJ NS lwst WWI" :ns nm- nl' tht- imlivilluul stars ut' thu 14411114-. Q1 "ffH4'f1t' lfltllllllll- Uv iN il 'SUN' Illvklvl' HIS ,.1'1'i,.i,.,,l work at UH- pilot pusltitm, ln. .tml .1' ll:llIll'Pll' mann tm' l'0l'l'lVll1f,.g pusgos. H-,.ll,,.r with his ,-..,,,,w1.41 ,.,H1 ,-mls' m,,,l,. llc- ul:-u tuna the pop t:u-tory lm' hm 1-ml nl hlm tht' :almost umunlmutts 4-lmic-0 fm' ull- UN' HW'- slsltv lItllll'll'l'. . l l 1 Xt-.NW 4 ml my 1 l 'w:.1.,,,! A 'hm A., I 'U , ""wA, W A " ' 1 lb 1 l ' ,, if -' l - , yy L ' ,. 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A x l W ll Q' Cl I .J V' l U X v-1 '-l- X l'- 2 U --,Nl 5 rl! , ., 1 H Q ,r If s -- A 1 , h 1 ll M' 6. f 'Eff A I K k f j ly- C:-4 C-j , 4 ,.,,..f -1 l, l I l 3l',KIl.i!I r , .. , "Mm-" is that h:1li'h:u-k who new-1' says ' h"'hh""'n - wlu-tlu-r lu- ls 1..2'HlllL.1' lu do mlu-h nr nut, "lu-ss" wus tramsplnnu-nl l'n-um XVEISII- hut wlu-n llu- hull is snumu-ml inln play burn to tlu- Normal lust full. :ulul ulnuvsl. 1 llu- rn-suits show that snicl Nzu- has lllll, llTllll1'lllHl1'l5' ll1'f'5lll'll' il ll"l'l'llilll0lll Ilgxurn- 1 hm-n :mu-up nn tlu- jnh. llc ls an suplumnmru in thcv hawk lh-Ill. Ilis lim- plumrvs 411-4- :uul wlll hlzu' twu mmw- 5'enrs for Llu- Old "HP 0' UH' NNW' 2'VUlllNl'1-Tililll'!'S fm' tlu- 3 ljnlgl, Olml Gold. ' ,. 1 1 l .3 H "Nil-lc" ls ln thc!Vl!w1::lIl'r!1ll ls-:lm what an "lull:-h" wmq.,m.YI,1P::?1l,mNt IU. I., mfg, luinvh hitlm-1' is lu il lmsolmll lm-ann. Nu lmtln-ring' l'JIl'llS fill' llu- mimlmllu lutqrhlllllil ,IQ l 1 Hllltlfl' hnw lvrllllamt ilu- mam :nt work in LIN-l1:lt'kl'i1-141, Ill- mu.,-5,..4 UH. 'NIH 'x.,l4lHf "1 llu- lin-ul plnys, il' Ni:-k is in Llu- rvsurvn- llu- nlsn is an gum! mam un rlil-fl.n,u.' um' ima NLD 7 c-uzmll im-ls just zu litth- nmrl- St'l'lll'4'. mnrn yf-:urs lu plm- ..-,-,WI lj -' ,.. ',W" Qfw 2. Nick is il Svllllll' this vm-'xl' Qvpm-clc-rl sf - ': A I - Hm"h 'mu he ' "' 5 - . - - . r llulch ln tlu- luturc. Lx,-,X ,A fn 'i trzzr-'S .-f ' ' -QTWF' 155 'Tlx jf 53 j mln, .. A l lj' -s im- N iuii' ll llxl 'A 1 U -. -' , El w liiilgkl 1 ' 2 F .1. Qu! X . will V l l IHDIIINSON V-EIA-ll "Robbie" Slllllll tllsf l'il'Sl, l'4-W we-Olis fri' 1-F,-Hn" 151' ll-HSN' ,llml-llw hut Ulf, Huy lhv sousun xyith the sc-rubs, hut ln-l-:unv kopt him d,,w,, ,U-Quin U1i,4'W-.m- U,,lf,'ugf1 l Lruuhhlsmm- lll pl':1m-tum-annul so was Hl1ll'l1-ll his 'md k,,,.,.. ln,-,,,, has :,n,Qt1,m- yum- ut Lu p.:uur4,l on tho first squad :xml shun lm- K. S. N' ' i'2IlTl1'iLIH'l'lllJllll'l!l. flxturl- llwrv. Ill- is one of the "mum-rs" nl' thu- lHlll4'll , X I + Wllllllllllf , '...,,, rw., ll Wo 'bf ' 41 l Www 4 ' , .. l l at l -, I , SMITH IIAIKGISS "Sum" is lxivvn to tuklm: tha- joy nut of ff I 'I'hv llznrpgiss "Hunt" wnrlcml :nt llllill'U'l' the lives nl' his ummnonls, After :L few or nl half ln the nlujurily nl' tho gmnes and zuttomptex to fnrve an opening: ln the line YI: 1, pl-nvvsl ll, dvpvmlnhlm- man in his plum-. over Sum, said ummm-nts usually resort i '15 lx Nleaulc will he lmvk next your fm' his fl- to the :luriul route. Sum is an senior this ' 3 :ml whirl fur K, S, N, yunr, lcuvlng :L place hard to fill. l gk, X f ,QF 150 al X,'J.."".: QQPQM-' - - ' l ' l l ' e e :J f't""-7 Nl F - f ...J 1 l ,. N V L l p f It l l I 1 - r, C I x,'D rf" l Ql l l l . . , , I.tN'K M KN "'l'lllrlW" l1l'lt'1-ylnxlsizllslr-31 y0.,,, with UH, . "l'luudy" hus ulwuys ,ln-4-u nm- ot' lIill'S v . . ' -. .. ' ..'. ' ' - . must alvpl-mluhlv t-ml me-u, tlltblljlll unch lNulm.ll this ji'-ll .lull uuh um' ul tht- must WN I, Q I N Ii In .. lx. I' .II .I 'IIN 'L solid spots iu tht- lim-. lla' mumlv ull-Slutt' fl f:'H,'t':,'I. EMT 'l':p'iU'.l :f:Hfl",H',::FV :-- 1"l-:: llt " " ! :ll-Lxlthn-Ill? xglilll if-ltlullxizxml :lI::X'2lll?lfl' Fllu- Illliillfl' !:,'l'1'i,:f'k',N,Tl',l'L Wurk UH d"i"'ml" IJVUtll'l.Z'l'L'l'N1llltH'L' thls. ' "5 ' ' ' - ' ' l l Ji ,. 22' wl- t v :'.w1?' fif ' ' " Xl ru I Il s V M5 "Sluu'ty" wus um- ul' Vu:-lv Sums lmy's ,gg ut thv lHll'tll'l' :mud wus uni lu svlmul uutll H V H IIICIIDI Q4 gnu. in th.. ,,.,,q.,,,, Ht- gui iulu furm. huw- t huvk lic-hm is um- of tht- st-1-mul yt-ur 2-wif' vvor, iu limi- tu substitute fm' Mlkp ivn nu-u Jl'l'1' clut-v In mukm-vlu:ll'ksI'u1'tl1m-u1- m H t-ho t'. ut' IG. i.1'1llI1l'. thus rm-turning.: Allkr-N ra--lvvs Ill tho lxuusus Vuitton-1-:lm-. llq- phlyg My QW Iuvm' ol' tht- yvur In-l'm'o. wha-u Shorty wus il Sll'1lIlA'. lll,'H1lA'::.':1r111-all curl, :tml is u nuns- Eff himself iujuroal for tha- I'in:1I scrap. tt-r ut 1's-m-IVIIIZ4' l'2lNS1'N. 22,5 4.-, 1 ff- 11 l - x 1:1313 l 157 7,108 ,llnw , :ai Wt' - ani, ta - .L l - R i f x.k,,. ll Us lj g 1 g Cl W 1 f -fn 1' F l l T N 1 llllllhllll l ."""'uu N FLOYD RORICK, Chem' Leader The 1916 football season was characterized by even more real spirit than is usual. The season opened with a big football parade, in which both students and townspeople participatedg all merchants showing Normal colors in honor of the event. This was fol- lowed by "pep" meetingsg other parades and bonfires extending throughout the season. The biggest football demonstration in Normal history came on the evening preceding the K. U. game, when 1500 students gathered about a bonfire at Lake Wooster, held a song fest, and did the snake dance, closing the meeting with a short comedy sketch in which the killing of a Jayhawk by an old schoolmaster was the feature act. The usual grand finale before the Thanksgiving game was celebrated by the standard X all-night sessions of the Rousers' Club. N If W xe 4, e I l in 'iv - 'Z 5 D BA WIQHLL .ff ifk v", I .U , , . Ll pw,-,NH H W L....e-,........ , -3 17 1 -L5 M E v ' - : ' J I 'N 3 ' Q l 1 5 lm,-fM,:X EAfVarsity Basket Ball Squad in K, H , , , A A- f I , L vw 1 CJ E n I 2 3? ID if Hargiss, Cultcr, Rohm, Kaiser, Hargiss fCoachB, Cross, McAdams, Van Petten, Welch. s 32 Freshmen 'Varsity Squad i Z . 53 1, - Sz gm I 1, fl N I 1 H jg w M. w NN w I m no K Mm I W "H jo Wm I 1 X ill? , Ex ?',j'hQ 1 5 Top Row: Raymond, Neis, Tucker, Babb CCoachJ, Workman, Harr. Q ' X, Bottom Row: Van Campcn, Trusler, Tomlinson. Q f . QW ' 4L r 'XIX mo Ef X -W.,,:v,n,4-:5 ' 3 H W so U '42 f 4 ,i....,,...,- .,.,..,. -..,. ,, F. "" 144" 44' EJ SUM P44444 4 if Z , 4 lm ,.,kf'QV4,T4Q 47 1 4 gg i 4 KN 4 if Q Vvlf 44 KI3 riff' 41 nf' If ,X gh-N N., ,.., 4' 4 41 wtf 4 , '44 , , 4 ,4 ' 4 4 4 ,. 4 4 4 4 I V I HAROLD CULTER, fliaskct Bull Captuinl 44 4 ' "i 4 4 V 4 4 4 4 31 Filly" 4 'fill zfw lslww- 4 : ,E f -WT 55' 3 gi 3 2'-x 'lf' 4 , N 1 gf GUY CROSS, All State Center KARL KAISIHR, AU Smit' GYHWCZ mf -fe 44 . x ff' 4:42543 ml X-ZQFMMV xL!xl2'iltj1TTf" 44 44 4444 - - ,..,,.Lx-.. ,.-- Lf, 'JU U W 1 If X HARRY VAN Pr:'r'rEN, Foo'-zvfml C1-IARLIQS REHM, Gum-cl 1 FRANCIS WELCIi, F'0rwm'cl DUNLAP MCADA 1:12 1 Ms, Guard 11:1 X Nm .. 1 311111110 M' 1" "M, ' I cu l af' X. -v l 1 F 7--2" Pl lf 1Q.."e ll l l,i.f2',fl,lf fx A A r fl V , . Q E 9-.E E f I ll ax. l 4. ,QL 11 ,f -' Q ly '-Al" Ill -f ,- , fl K- ,lik Q" N QWE 57 fy! ,XX '. xy l fl X KJ :' , Q N-,.,,m-M ,A ,, -A HAROLD Cmxrmc, All-Sinn' F'IH'Il'Ill'll MPIAIJIG HARGISS, Gum-fl Secondary Basket Ball Team Dees, Wells, Scott fCoucl1J, Whitely, Boyle, Maul, Meyer, Hatcher i. E f hill X w:mCQf'lf,l' 'll' 15-1 , Wmg,,,,-,e.l,,L1.,, Q i il f 1 li F ' Q 4 ll Tfliiifia. I C W 4 l'x,i'yY ll ...ss ,ll l ,I 1 X 1 5 ..-J X . . I . j l,V,I, l l I Tbx I Rf!-9 CJ "N iw l l X . l , lllmnun w u........,M l Normal Gym Team l The gymnastic team, under the leadership of Captain Scott, followed the lead of the I other Normal teams this year, by winning another state championship, defeating K. U. who and the Aggies in a triangular meet held in Lawrence, March 1. 'Wa , After getting away to a bad start, and losing the first meet to Oklahoma A. 8a M. ' H College by a single point, the team got down to real work and showed steady improve- . ment throughout the season. Besides winning the most important meet of the year, b 'I ' H they were the unit around which the Normal Circus was built. ' l' More men were interested in this branch of athletics than ever this year, and the if work was of a better character than ever before. With most of this year's team back ji and a number of new men coming on, we expect great things in this line from the Nor- s11fa'.:,- mal next year. Q, The Athletic Association granted "K" in gymnastics to Capt. Harry A. Scott, Dunlap y A McAdams and Meade Hargiss. Emblems indicating all round proficiency in the line of sport were awarded to Harry A. Scott, Earl Widmer, George Stubbs, Vic Trusler, Dun- I lap McAdams, Meade Hargiss and Sam Smith. X T -,x - A ,, Q I7 164 ig, ,. ,QW 'Lz-:A AAF.-'E - - ,, 1 .:?s,,gx..,- A . .Xt - EJ 'ERACKQQM2 I ll ll I3 U 3 U '-1 .N , Top Row: Van Petten, Tomlinson, Weber, Socolofsky, Cremer, Lewis. Bottom Row: Cross, Babb fCoachJ , Garrison. ' The Track Sq uacl Prospects for the 1917 crop of track athletes were promising early in the spring, with four men in school who held state records, and one who had a tie with a state record be- sides a big harvest-of raw material. Accordingly, a heavy schedule of meets was ar- ranged. With the advent of the war spirit, however, the situation was changed, many schools dropped spring athletics entirely, and many Normal stars went "back to the farm," so that in none of the meets held did K. S. N. enter at her full war strength. 1, X 1667 YQPQ V l x 1 lllllnnw l kwin.. Www ,-1 9 5, 'B 0 7 Q 5 if Cl , ,SUNHOWED E, LWJ :lf CLOUDSLEY LOCKMAN, TIYICIU Cnp!uz'n School Records in Track 100-yard dash-Time, 10 1-5 seconds, Dickinson, 19105 Diggs, 1912, 220-yard dash-Time, 22 2-5 seconds, Diggs, 1912. 440-yard dash-Time, 52 1-5 seconds, Nichols, 1914. Half-mile run--Time, 2:02 3-5, Bollin, 19155 fstute recordj. Mile run-Time, 4:42 2-5, Portwood, 1915. Two-mile run-10:19 4-5, Weber, 1915, fstate recordl. 220-yard low hurdles-Time, 26 3-5 seconds, Lee Stites, 1916. 120-yard high hurdles-Time, 15 3-5 seconds, Lockman, 1917. Also holds state record at 16 seconds. Mile relay-Time, 3:35 2-53 Van Campen, Bollin, Harris and Carpenter, 1915. Pole vault-Height, 11 feet, 3 inches, Van Petten, 1917. High jump-Height, 5 feet 6 inches, Ditmars, 1913. Broad jump-Distance, 22 feet, 1 1-4 inches, Cross, 1916, lstate recordj. Discus-Distance, 129 feet 3 1-2 inches, Cole, 19125 fstute recordl. W Shot put-Distance, 41 feet 1 1-2 inches, Sharpe, 1917. Javelin-Distance, 170 feet, Stites, 1916, fstute rccordl. do 1117 V1 ' Y D Yillhjlnfm A , I -N , , ,f f 1 1 'z A El 1 VN AK' H TD 2 1 f 1 f ply 1 N VVRbg,. .N 'Q S 1 f r Stltfij , 4 I 2 a , . f N 5 mux 1 'ff f:fw ru, It N. x 'mm 7 '51 fl ' :' K 1 M1453 'Fx yrlxif Ixvx Lf lx c.uIn5.s ky Q35 , .. ,M A Qitgi - L5 A, ,mu If J 3 ms M ' 'M""'-"""-- 4' ' - " U 1 i f L' N-iw., vi'x ,.... ,..,.,,-,,,.-,,,, V, ir. 'n -fkp IM. V.,-X: T l H4 x pq , U WiNIigQN 'f1if J U .. :IJ H if Lili I IX A , , -.U 'I w 9 i I H 5 i Q ,W i '77 A 5 A "j L f g ,KXR , Q 1 ., ,... . , xv .. """' "' "1" "' """"""""' ""' wv-1-rvvyv-I., V A 7-,5,:.-wr 'Q 1? i ? 5 A s 45 1 Q E E BU715116 1 I - Emrbwf Aly' . , M , 33... , . ..,., ,S , Ni, A' 'VL 2117 1 -.gf K . 1 A ff Yi x 3 I A ,, , Tj W l I,,,Y 1 ..Z' :li .x Q. f1z1ffs3f 1 1 x .A Yah CJ ,,'D N , 1 WH lim Q N' MW!!! g . 1 " 5 I 5 ag, D ASUNFLOWED W: W Lnewj ' 55 ., , A RX Q n K 1 Iflfmfy iggiW'.U??FZ'1FWxyM l drmw I ll ll in Q ci I' 'W J I Top Row: Faler, Arnold, Cooper, Baker, Cross. Middle Row: Christensen, Rehm, Hargiss fCoachJ, Harr, Longfellow. Bottom Row: Williams, Welch, DeLano. The Baseball Squad When the time came for mobilizing the baseball forces a large blank space appeared where the pitching staff was wont to be. The veteran, Rehm, seemed doomed to do the season himself, but finally Cooper returned to school, and Baker presented himself for service, and another well-balanced team was assured. The schedule of seventeen games was greatly decreased by the war spirit, five games being cancelled, while three were not played because of rain. Two substitute games were played with the Aggies and Haskell Indians. X X r Yeh llnimw r, 'ln ll x ,l ii "m, Q., 5 ? El M 1317 5 mi, gfjim CHARLES REHM, Baseball Captain Baseball Schedule for l9l 7 April 5-K. U., at Lawrence. April 9-Oklahoma University, at Norman. April 10 -Oklahoma University, at Norman. April 11-Henry Kendall, at Tulsa. April 12-Henry Kendall, at Tulsa. April 13-Ottawa University, at Ottawa. April 19 -Henry Kendall, at Emporia. April 20-Henry Kendall, at Emporia. April 23-Bethany College, at Emporia. April 27-C. of E., Normal Field. May 2-K. U., at Emporia. May 7-Friends University, at Emporia. May 11-Southwestern, at Emporia. May 16-C. of E., Col1ege'Field. May 21- May 22- May 25- Fairmount, at Wichita. Friends University, at Wichita. C. of E., Normal Field. 173 1. 'AL W W -afqfgl H D th X , CJ 1' lin U i . W, , .'Yl'3'1f'll , lil-ZLANU NVt-lt-h IS IIIGINIHM' HIS ll1lll'li svlzisun :hit "tjnitmi" has piwwod tn he sniiwtiiilig.: nt' third lmgg, Ili- 1-mit-rs his lt'l'l'lIHl'5' H1 :I thu! fur tht- WIT tt-nm. wht-n :i guutl shurt- style. has an gmui lhp lu hyat, :uid also is Stull was in-i-:Iwi lit- is an gmail Iiuidt-1' :tml il lmral mln lui thc uppusing pitvllui' to has H p.,iml,1,mk ,-:lug-U Un Ii,-HL 'msc' lmmliu. N 1 Willlm M i 'lm.,,,,,m. X "my WA ' , HN is ' x i Q ' u 1 ,WV I 5 WIi.l.I.XMS UROSS XVilli:ims lx-slt-ti :ill thruu,z:I1 tht- haiskvt "Slim" is taking' his rirst try :il tht- 1-1-11- V hull suaismi. :intl llivll tmrk il try :ll lhl' ts-rtitflcl position this yt-:mix showing' that - , 1 sun-nnrl snmlhug: in tho 1-h't-uit. lic wats ht- min play lmst-hull :ns wcll :is huskct . c l'l'1.1'lliill' mann lit-ru tiimtlgiiniit the sen- hull. iiv hits wull, :uid is at gmail liaiso- nn. runner ' 17-1 ' Vik D , F , surafmwfi L I, 7 ngwj " K , i FA IJCR REI IM X F1111-I' has hi-vii wurkllls-1' In-Iiiml thu- "K'iuu'k" has vzlnlpm-41 l'i'l-IIIIIIVIX on thu but in mzuny of this sprinpfs l.'Cilllll'N. mul ilttlv mmlnd in tho 1'1'llil'l' ul' thi' qliaimunml is prm'im.r tu lm an vzllimblc main. lic has qluring' thu- past twn sm-alsmis. Ili- has thu u deadly peg Ln second that ulluws few stuff und tha- uhility to put it IYVUI' when stolen buses. fivuauslmi dl'l11ElllKiS. -X r ARNOLD CHR1S'l'yqNS5qN .Xrnuhl lmgnn the sc-arson :it first bale-zo, --Qh,'iStV'- was giyvn im 1-,utflplgl pnsitimi hnl was injurn-fl in thc sc-vmlcl home frame. this yrrurl hluylm: lr-ft fh-ld in the m:1j0l'il5' :ami r'fm1Iv1'lll'fl lf' l'1'Ul'1' ful' thc- l'0XTlililld0l' nl' thc' galnivs. This is his sc-cond your uI'llHjHf'1lH'm- H" WIS f7"'14' HYIOKI yvurk nt yvith K, S, N. Iir:-ul lm' two yn-urs pn-vinus to img, f L x 1 V wwgwlih ll in U EJ W ll W HXKFH l,0NllI"l-Il.l.0NV . U H:'k0"'H if F' "NV film' "'l.U"' N""'m'l Inisl'TIEir'm:A13:'t:nIxFII!:::x'lib-lg,kgjm'llrl1!:i,d2r:11x H'w'uV' lwllm mllity mum "W HN' 'ml' 1-:mlm-Imw wi-Il hut ulsiu has the :llrilitv lim 110111. H0 is um' nl !llI'l'l'1'l'llilS llmt mllvll put th... :Ish 'sqmnwlv in I-WML of thu' bull can be vxpcm-Lcd ol in thc fllllll'L'. whcn uw hits ml, IiL.t.dL.d. X 1 mmlllygw w "luu.-...un 'll "fu W "" Wu ul t ,,,, UOOPER "Cmxp" is uno nl' tho st1':mg'c:4t twirl:-rs thc Nurmall has haul fun' many nmuns. It is an Sillvl' stuka- tlmt lhv slim hwy, with 5 X' pmlwr support. 1-nn luring.: hunw tho Inu-nn , l'r'um :my tm-:lm in tho Kansas Lwllfcroxlcc. 41 176 , fv N 1 X-Q ' -,rx Ai -,. rf Y f W D ew? 5 PCN i SUNFLOWED 2 D 7 Ln 917 tj F I W W5 U it . ..- i if ,,,. ,fo-,fc l la it E t lil BBW., . . ww..- i ,. Y 5 M--4'---M -:---- A f " 5 ' ' -.' "' ' "Y, 'WY '-T3 I l , i 1 1 g V 1 Q - 1 x K' ,f 3 3 fl 1 l l Z p fi ,j 1, 2 l ' 5 . 5 2 I l .l,.-I , 1 ll is ei ii ,. i lu l if l il ll J! ll n l Officers of Sports and Pastimes Association l I,l't'S'llll"ll,f ......................... FANNIE DILSAVER V'iC0-Pl'l'S'ill87Lf ---- ---- M RS. W. E. BIEYER , Sem-atm-y ...... ......... Z ELDA ARMOUR 7'frmsm-m' ...-... -V--CI-IRISTINIA: MCPIIICRSON College ,lllmmger ............ .. ...... H11:L11:N COPELANIJ S1'comlr1,ry Mmzrrgm' ..-..--.--..s-..-.. -LOIS KOONTZ ADVISORY BOARD I Miss WA'l'SON ........-.......... Prvsiflent Env-officio , 5 MRS. W. S. BIXLER, Miss MAUD E. Suomi X e A ' lT',':j"gy l . 'A I rf. AC -hi.- ii m"'m.N ,I "Yin, I I l Nfl! . WW ,X l 1 X l 'l wi' x l X . tw-4' f as F-liiff' 54 l fy Barriger, Stalmurd, Bolton, Wullucc, Hzmdalls, Walls, Kane, Thompson, M. Smith, H. A' Brown, O'Keefe, Young, I. Brown, Haar, McPherson. '25 8 lr 178 f 1 X N it X V .h Q-mmm-M Q -:WMP W f , - . , , X I. 'i"t D xx! Jw 1 Y, N Jr. El rx dl-, sm 4, . J 77 l v I O'Kecfc, Smith, Kane, Walls, McPherson, Kirkendall, Meyer, BZlI'1'lg'C1'. 1 Q ,B J .Mfr . J, rf LE' 12 P :fl :Sv fi gm- , B Sports and Pastimes Toy: Row: M. Smith, H. Brown, Randalls, Kane, Bolton, Nelson, V. Brown, Frith, Koontz. 7 , . , Rottonz, Ron,-5 McPherson, Copeland, Waymck, M- JONCS, I. Brown, Armour, Graham, R, Berner, Armour. " ,. ,, l I, 1, ,, 1 'i l V! .I fl .ig M if pl .l lf 5, ll ll ll R 95 A F fl ll lv. 5. g. l I. rl ll gg -1 1 i. K: fl il i 1, Y ll l l 6 9 it vi G. il' 2 v J H gl ?!, 'l ,Z ,U 5 Eg 5, ll tn fl 52 1 ,l :lg llfl , is ill 7 ll We 3. H U 113 cz,-i -VQQ . 1' V iE"f"'x ' 7 H ' Q2 Q . 1 A xl if 1 X, X Vx Vx is N , , 1 I if 'R-fi? lj E 1 3 , .W Q-.Pig ----ij rg A , Q N-.L X N x W Wm hm w fx--......,M A I q Aja xf""'w. f 1-7 SUNFLOWED L l -M'-E ncgwj V , ff' K mf? D H xi ,..,...,....... F Q 1 ix-fv"x 5 r w r W Y W 1 X X W uqmm --.. gi ig., ,W "" Wm I fx lf I P555 152 Z.: Q 1:3 lu 5 A 3 .uLnlub.kf ki WX WZI ff? X jg. Wkjf' M J xxx rms X 5 1 ,p I 1 LQQ ,s--1I'.-1.- l .AJVER IS HSN K W V M 1 1 I f 1 w x ' ' X IMT! 'N lkix W I 1 fi . , 9 N I,-,.,1.A-ffh X Kew! f AWK? X.. 1 xx 3 iw. v N! - , kg - t -.4 3 E . M, mg' ,XC N ' fm' 1-ti:-, f153. fM ' 1 -:::g:g:-5 , 1 Vx- ! I I..-+I: 1-'--.: 1 4 V-f ' ,f f g5y3:p5:' - M ' 1 M WM Iluwh. x1'vI','! 11. 4 r Y ' . in H557 -1 Mb. N g Tl! r . -V K- ' I H l l 1' ll Alvord's Studio ....... --- Bailey Transfer Company- - - Book Nook .......-....... Burger Engraving' Company- Chase Studio ..--..-..--... Citizens National Bank ..... Charlsen's Floral Company-- Collin's Confectionery ....... Colyar?s Barber Shop ------ Dumm Furniture company-- Economy Shoe Store ------- Eckdall gl McCarty---' Emporia State Bank ---- Emporia National Bank ---- Emporia Lumber gl Coal Co.-- Emporia Telephone Company Emporia Gazette --------.-. Engle, Insurance ----. Faeth Iron Company ---- Frantz Shoe Company ----- - Advertising Index ----213 - ----196 ----216 ------210 --207 - ---- 191 ------215 21" ----215 ------217 ----188 ----195 ----187 ----209 ------209 ------211 - --212 ---203 ----196 Pfwf' Page Jones Clothing Co. ------ 192 Jordan Drug Company--D 204 Kansas Electric Utilities Co 197 Lawrence, M. D. ---------- .--- 2 08 Lewis Clothing Co.--- 217 Loomis Studio --.-.----.- 200 Lyon County State Bank ---- ---- 2 05 McClure's Grocery -------- ---- 1 88 Mit-Way Hotel ------- 215 Mit-Way Barber Shop ------ ---- 2 15 Mit-Way Shining Parlor ---- ---- 2 17 Moore Cap 8x Gown Co. ---- 204 Newman Dry Goods Co.--- 189 New Process Laundry---- 196 Normal Cafe --------- 199 Normal Shoe Shop ---- 188 Poehler Mercantile Co.--- 185 Palace Clothing Co.--- 199 Palace of Sweets--- ---- 205 Royal Theater ---------- 201 ------217 Genesee Pure Food Company ------ 220 Hancock Sz Bang, Clothing-- Haynes Hardware Company- Harmon Brothers, Dentists-- Harvey 8z Harvey, Grocers-- Harris, M. D. ---------- Hellman Bakery ---- -----. 201 ------193 --- ---200 - ---- 200 ----204 ----196 I X 184 Rorabaugh Dry Goods Co.- Leatherberry Drug Co. -- Sanitary Laundry ----- .- Superior Dry Cleaners ---- Scott Jr Moore, Suitatorium Whitley Hotel ----------- Williams Jewelry Co. ---- 208 192 192 188 208 213 216 A-f CI V X . 1 Wlllllm awww 3, iw xii' f 2 CJ Sept. 16'-Rho Mu Gammas entertain SUNFLOWED ' A 1 1, L. 5 I7 J When You Give Your Order to the Grocer Say: C6 U if Poehler Klng I1 or "Sunburst 1 I9 or "Kaw Chlef if 99 or Tee Pee WHEN you order these brands of Canned Goods, Coffe, Extracts and other eat- ables, you have an absolute guarantee of satisfactory quality, and any grocer is author- ized to return your money if the goods are not as represented. There is no need to use doubtful brands wllcn these goods can be had for the price of other bavmcls The Theo. Poehler Mercantile Company g EMPORIA Wholesale Distributoow KANSAS Sept. 15.-Churches give receptions in Calendar of Events honor of Normal students. l9l6-I7 Sept. 8-Rain, accompanied by new students and homesicknessg beginning enrollment: Y. M. C. A. melon feed- boys leave only quarter-inch rinds of a wagon load of melons, and sing of the girls they left at home. "Many" and "Bob" sleep with football between them to bring sweet dreams. Sept. 9-More students. Grafters' paradise. Clifford Hall resumes his work in campustry. Sept.12--First classesg lost Fresh- man. Prexy gives encouragement in regard to teachers' salaries in first chapel speech of year. Upper classmen plot against Freshmen. Sept. 1.9-Girls' "pep" meeting at Lake Wooster. Rousers' meeting in gym. Perky elected president. First try-out for cheer leader. Yellow caps ordered by upper classmen for Freshies. girls of school at gym. Sept. 1.9-Glee Club meetsg library dates extended a half hour longer in evening than last year. Singing of the girls at home becoming less popular. Sept. 20-"Free News," the Bulletin's advertising system. Perry H. gets new shoes-six-dollar ones. Sept. 22-Barrett gives away "Facul- ty's Got It." Faculty expound absence limit to classes. "Pep" Rorick elected cheer leader. Sept. 25-Wiles reads "Cap Ultima- tum" in chapel amid groans from the green section. Girl in First Aid learns that there is a pulse in the left arm. Sept. 28-Judge Kellogg's 75th birth- day. ' .. amy My I ,xx -'N I' 1 vf-jf' v f ' K 1 e 3 1 L3 U 1'-T.....w- 1 5 W fD 17 ' I yn' ix 3 li 1 1 I. S! I I 'gf ,w L ji IN I, ,, N I J uf 'H ga 1 1 f , U , V -N M iiww A w 1 Il ,V X X 1-. u o-.M J I F 3 fx XI! Li, VM u 1 fx "'f5'h993'ifi j ,fn ' 5' u. Y ? '11 .EHNYV AI . w ' k i 9 , kjl' y "4-, K4 V '- - ref .94 1- ff 'Z x f. ' -, ... .A-X V, ,.- 95' JQLL,-yy: ,Ml'p1gvA- - - .4 W -- -..W ISU g' ' -Y' - ag gsuwuowu W2 Lori iiilllllIllllIlllIIlIIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllIIIllllllllllllllililiilig B ' With Us We are big enough to han- S . A clle your business, and not on avmgs too big to appreciate it. lIlllHHPIIIHIlHllllllIlllHlllllllllllllllllllllllNIHHHHHHllllllllllllilllllii Iy"ve1'y deposit guarrtnteed under Kansas State Gztcmmty Law The Emporia State Bank Sept. 129-Free movies start, girl loses dignity at a middy party. Big football "pow-wow" at Lake Woosterg bonfire and snake-dance. Jayhawker slain by Ichabod Crane, at Sixth and Commercial. Sept. JO-First football gameg K. U., 133 K. S. N., 03 twenty Freshies pad- dledg Brandt brothers, Paul Raymond, Logan Brittain reach boiling point. "Connie" makes his debut in track- ably assisted. Oct. 4-Mary Louise Butcher arrives --yea, holiday. Company L anxious to get home. Oct. 5-Vacation in honor of said Mary L. B. Oct. li-Parade in preparation for game with Quakers. Quakers tie score on 13. Oct. 7-Gym teachers entertain Physi- cal Training girls. Reception in honor of "Prexy." Oct. .9-Faculty "Pig Roast"-heavy melodrama, "The Literal Lovers." Oct. 13-Overheard: fLean Seniorj-Why are you so fat? QFat Juniorl-I eat what's right. Why are you so lean? QL. SJ-I eat what's left. Oct. 18-Sports and Pastimes Associa- tion hike to Rinker's Ford. Oct. 19-Mock chapel. Glee Club pre- sents new football song. "Doctah" White, the Murrisons, Gilson and Hickok represented as they appear to the stu- dents. Ocl. 20-Normal enjoys music lec- ture given by Dr. Alma Powell. Oct. 21-Football boys bump against Aggies, 13 to 3 for Farmers. Emporia entertains Y. W. C. A. girls. Oct. 26-Classes dismissed while troop trains pass through town on the "Katy." K. S. K. boys picked 17 feathers to the Moundbuilders' 2. r lsr gg Mx ,L X3 H lla Phone N 6 5 it and Day Service The Economy Shoe Store The Superior Cleaning Co. Franclz. Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Hat Work a Specialty J. B. KELSEY, Propr. 708 Com'l. St. Emporia, Kan. First, because we economizeecash sales, no deliveries, low overhead and careful buying. Second, you economize by supplying yourself from our small, but up-to-date stock at below regular prices. "A dollar saved 'Ls a dollar earned" A. O. DOWNS dz SON 516 Commercial Phone 1488 Oct. 27-Kappa Delta Theta Sorority presentation of "Paderewski" and "Sousa's Band" in a howling success. Oct. .90-Normal students given a glimpse into French trenches by noted newspaper correspondent. Nov.1-Two Seniors subscribed to Bulletin to save two bits. Nov. 2- Time-Evening, 10:36 o'clock. Place-5-mile radius of Normal. Occasion-stroll. ' Contracting parties-"Photo" Lewis and A. P. . Situation-Nothing said since 10:06. ACT I KP. L. turns suddenly to A. PJ-"Let's get married!" ACT II KA. PJ-fcoylyl-"Aw, who would have us?" Nov. 9-"Melting Pot" holds large audience. Little Art Messick tattles in Topeka. Nov. 10--Students continue to attend school during State Teachers' Associa- tion. Various degrees of warmth shown in greetings of friends on way to Tope- ka. 'Freshmen Commission entertains Freshmen girls at Kid Party in gym. No11.13--K. S. N. welcomes Normal guards. "Shorty" and Setha resume the role of inseparables. Nov. 11-Bill Hargiss's palefaces scalp Haskell Indians, 14 to 0. Nov. 17-Teachers walk over Swedes, taking 32 scalps. , Nov. 21,-Normal students rally to support of football men after defeat at Baker. Nov. 26-Squash C. of E. Nov. 27-Squash C. of E. Nov. 28-Squash C. of E. Nov. 29-Hobo Dayg Oh! those clothes. Tlw Official K. S. N. Candy Martha Washington 16-lb. boxes ---- ---35c 1-lb. boxes ---- ---- 6 Oc McClure's Grocery Phone 32 608 Commercial St. The Twelfth Avenue Elec- tric Shoe Shop Sluclcnls' Repair Worlc a Specially Our business is built on quality of workmanship and material X WSW 4' Cl 3 H 1 x 1 llllllllllll f If g. ."0l it it 'H y I 2 1 . Cl 7-17 y SUNFLOWED Lufwiil W I Y D ' EMPORIA, KANSAS Telephone No. 60 V I Everything the People Want at Fairest Prices Our goods are the kind that improve on acquaintance. The kind that you like and want. Mail and phone orders receive prompt and careful attention. Com- mand us freely for samples. We Pay All Parcel Post Charges We Pay Your Railroad Fare by Allowiwng up to 5 Per Cent of Your Purchases Toward the Same IS!! nl lv 1 6 vamvgyg N N ff Xxffi' ,,z"N la .fix D L ll U 5+-----W'-"H W 'GEN-in 5 1 , - hx-.NA xg w .. J J i i gl ul jj .X Y N X 'X K W3l!1!21iZf41' I Ng Xb h,,Wy,A 4 W ,N suwmowiu :D E, 7 Lfsml Lf The Citizens National Bank EMPORIA, KANSAS Capital, Surnlns and Profits 375,000.00 OFFICERS F. C. NEWMAN, President C. H. NEWMAN, Vice-Prcsiclcut H. W. FISHER, Caslzicr DIRECTORS G. W. Newman J. S. Kenyon I-I. B. Price T. J. Acheson C. H. Newman H. W. Fisher F. C. Newman T. F. Byrnes R. M. Hamer F. P. Warren ' R. J. Edwards STATE DEPOSITARY U. S. Dl'll'0SlTARY We Invite Your Business A X ffgeg, Ill lake ' , rm! Zo-ity 59, ,-Q' . f 4, Hg r RX I f E ' .L ii f H - .,.. ' ,. .L I I X X U 5 Q v ffl . ,af eq -f:-- I g 4 ,- -1 -'1""',T-,N . 'f,,:--mf.-1. ff , A Z- - - If W. W - -uf, ": .,::: . 1,-ff 7 SN Q ' 4 2 YXCX 'ff -D x Tx , . K -N -x xx 9 Af f ' .1 " is -, ,,,:1'1 . i ..- A- , M k , N ' ff -1' 1 'ff ff Tj ffl -+ - i 4 fa- - - WA- f Jiri ns.-:L--1 -.:..- q JK' , M ' Lt: , ' f M- h F -a--- - 1,:1:....""'Z "J.'- l'1"':A 45135 , '17L?L.":T'.'L-?':i'-"E-' -Q- A- -v P d'43..-2 .7 ' rm , -A lv- ' 'FL' "1 -225 1 -..4'1.T'Qi - L f--ff-S1ei'ef?i"'Q..i:"""': W ' -- -'- V 'f' H-.. ' 1 l"'i- bil Every-une needs an HNNUAL. QW 1 WFFHW F U Q CJ .- xsf... ' q Q - . the part and the rest is easy. It is easy to dress the part ln O I1 S H ill ' l ii .. i r . . il Q . Q '1 " 'iq 5 'I X , Nov. JO-C. of E. duly squashed, as per advertisement. Parcel Post wagon stalled on Twelfth Avenue, with load of Thanksgiving boxes. Dec. A-All back from vacation. Club board looks pretty thin, eh? Freshmen call registrar to find what classes they were taking before vacation. Dec. 5-"Doctah" White elected presi- dent of Lyon County Medical Society. Motto: A germless Lyon. Dcc. 6-Miniature football game staged in library. Exciting finish as Referee Shore blows whistle for closing. Dec. 8-Exhibition of stiffs-Mrs. Jarley's waxworks. Dec. 11-K. S. N. places five men on All-State football squad. Captain Lock- man calls track men together. Dec. 12-Murrison recital draws large crowd. Clothes Dec. 15-"Stunt Night." Football men guests of honor. Recognition of letter men. Dec. 18-What is it? The vaccination limp! 'Everyone has it, if she isn't a 1112111 01' W63.l'S all evening ClI'eSS. Dec. 18 to 22--Normal Christmas week. Christmas chapelg Passion play in moving picturesg chorus gives "Holy City" to students onlyg all-school Christ- mas tree. Phi Sigma Epsilon Christmas party. Good-by to K. S. N. and 1916. Jan. 3-"Happy New Yearg" football banquet heldg "Cudge" chosen captain for 1917. Jan.. 7-Rollin Raymond sees Uhants spends much time with use of hair brush. Jrm. 9-Mr. DeVoss causes excitement by being overheard to say, "-- and they are twins." Later found that he referred to twin goats. l..eatherberry's Rexall Drug Store Koclalcs rmd Kodak Finislzinq Sanitary Laundry Woman Students' Work 1 l Www Statiooiery and Parker Fo1mta.in'Pcns 7 Opposite Mit Way Hotel Try Our Cleaning Department X v2 l 6154 'F x 1 wllllllll w 'hm...., mn y, "M, W M ' qi' Q 5 4 D llwfmwin ICI7 Dr at :ZH Q2 7 L J V The HHYHCS Hardware CO. 618--620-622 Commercial EMPORIA, KANSAS Phone 105 Students' Headquarters for Sporting Goods- Draper 6C Maynard and Spalding Comprehensive stock of all seasonable sporting goods-Foob ball, Basket Ball, Tennis, Bases Ball, Golf, Gymnasium and Bathing Supplies. Hardware and House Furnishing Specialties Send for Sporting Goods Catalogue THE HAYNES HARDWARE COMPANY Mail 01'zle1's Promptly Filled 618-620-622 Commercial Street Phone 105 Jan. 11-Pi Delta Physical Training Fraternity formed. Jun. 13--Sigma Gammas entertain at Commercial Club rooms. Jan. 15-Basket ball season opens. K. S. N. wins from Mounclbuilders. Jfm. 14-1010 Union girls have inter- esting' fire. Kess calls for Edna wllell blaze is merriest. Jan. 12-Freshman and Sophomore classes have parties. Jan. 16-Vaccination and more vacci- nation ancl fumigation. Jan. 20-Student Alumni Council formed. Breakers of the absence and tardiness rule have pleasure of taking exams. Jrm. 25-"Everywoman" packs A. T. Hall. 1 rx N1 'l alta U IT l..."..":.' ' w w N N N N x l 4 Wluvusw K+ 5 ,"""n,,', X M f mwly ' ' I v V Y?-'T 'E' ii? X X L i H A i lil V V I Y W' i I Y'-7 y O y SUNFLOWED Lngmrj K: EQKDALL 8-5-MCCARTY Tennis Racquets and Balls KODAKS SCHOOL BOOKS New and Second-l-lancl Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Corona - Underwood Remington and Royal TYPEWRITERS For Sale or Rent New and Second-Hand School Library Books a Specialty Come mul Svc Us Eckclall 8: McCarty Normal Book Store 5 l wli l , e yy gi," U W U V l 1, if X I ull El 1 e f an 'w C. M. Sp me 1 K , H. A. Baltz l High-gracle work in laundry and dry cleaning Ordinary mending and buttons sewcd on' free See Our Agents Special Rates to Students V u NNT . mx ,,K, x5 -rw-Hwxwxx A ml HN 4 lj! ff b ' :eg -.Z 4 . K 1. 4 f I, "Wai sf 4 f J ff W!! ,Q - as PM :xii ILIZL K 1 ,g 1-sk-L-e-.s in me l -ei, ....... ' ' ' .111f"i,, Q l 'XS ' --3" W' """""""' 21:0 xl 5- X9 gl -'Z-" M V, '.- VflCGlNH1'l0N as Sf l :f ,-x- f -, mm .I-5,fi:.f:':g'I' l , Q ' F . 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Feb. 5-Chi Upsilon music sorority en- tertains its new members. Feb. 9-Molesworth loses his mus- tache. Feb. 10-Dutch treat at gym. Sigma Literary Society entertains. Kappa Delta Thetas give afternoon dance. Feb. 14-Normal students introduced to some salubrities by John Kendrick Bangs. Feb. 16-Founders' Day. Feb. 16-Normal loses first basket ball game to C. of E. "Back to the Farm," a last year's "comeback." Feb. 17-A hot track meet at Man- hattan. Feb. 22-"Birthington's Washdayi' Feb. 23--Woodruff pilots ten dates to a movie in one evening. Feb. 1.9-Turner adopts policy of "watchful waiting." Why? He forgot Mrs. Turner at the wrestling match. March 6-Normalites win triangular gym meet at Lawrence over K. U. and Manhattan. March 9-Senior Phi Sigs entertain class at fraternity home. March 12--Three K. S. N. men on All- Kansas basket ball five. March 14-Bulletin agitates starting a voting contest to get ten best reasons why Mabel Kane is so calm at a basket ball game. March 19, 20-Circus! Everyone sees the wonderful hypohogondrous, captured from Lake Wooster. I l 5 0 1 107 1 l I A I U I , U I -9 ,. w V I V N W + :1i!'lr::w r.. ,f W. WMI um 3 1 5 'Q' ,5 vb. 1 is El SUNFLOWED 'I bird " Auerbach Q Quet tel We G - LOTHING co l H mlm of I-I. S. 6: M., 'Varsity "55," and Society Brand Clothes For College Men! All the leading lines in young men's Hats and Furnishings NORMAL e C FE 1119 Commercial Street FOR EXCELLENT Lunches Candies and Sodas Short orders and regular meals in good style Ask our customer-the one who knows! April 2?-Woodruff wins second place in State Oratorical Contest at Hays. Weather getting warmer--study getting lesser. April 5'-Rufi, Portwood and Rees wallop C. of E. in annual argument. We will not have a protectorate over Mexico. April A--Mrs. Karr has just returned from a week's visit home. "Prof," pro- ceeds to tell of his experiences. "-and what do you think 5 last night someone got into the house. I tell you I came downstairs three steps at a time." fMrs. Karrl--"Why, was he in the garret, my dear?" April 10-14--"Dad" Elliott holds big inspiration meetings for Y. M. C. A- Miss Holmquist leads the Y. W. C. A. 'April 10-Hitchens and Ilorick beat Warrensburg in debate. ' Negative team loses at Warrensburg. "Dad" Elliot Qin speechl "--imfl tlzcre shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth." DeVoss L. E.-"But I have no teeth." D. A.-"Never mind, teeth will be provided." April 1.4--Charley's Aunt visits Nor- mal. The Masques show her off in A. T. Hall. "Doc" Smith becomes an in- ventor-devises a golf ball that says "here" until picked up by the owner. April 18-Teachers lose to Aggies, S to 3. Semesier's credits offered to stu- dents who will volunteer to either "Farm or Fight." Over 100 men leave for the farm or for the guards. Fran.--flntroducing father to his friendj-"Miss Mabel, the author of my being." Father fbowingj-"A work that has been much criticized." April 19-Pi Kappa Delta, forensic fraternity, receives chapter from nation- al council. Mobilization of Normal forces takes placeg wc must do our bit. First Stude-"What makes these Normal men give their girls diamond engagement rings?" Second Stude-"The girls, of course." April 20-21-Wallop Kendall College 3 to 2 and 11 to 3. 1 mu WWF i f ..."'.ZZi I ull D vo A EJ 13 V F 0 I W , , U In :Vg 'f-"' -5- '::L"""4 " nnnvnfttoutssf V V N' Y VY Y Y X ' To fs Er '2 f Q, ,,V LJ 2 X if " 'g ly V . ,A T' gl C ll " m l. 'TL W A TEN gg i fl M .A ' X' 'MLP X ' , N kg- , Xl' I 41' A h N I wanru .x T '19 , mwliyx w , l ime! M! , u,,..,,,,2 X ,f -A 1- T . , J? f,5,,,3 Q K-gy? T jg llffr H.-'-7 Q K R -1-:E -1- A flu.: ' X Q14 . Kuff f A Q Q 'L fa E L ff E of T1-IE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY GOES AFTER GAME N Harmon Bros. Dentist X Meffert Building' + lPllI11slw Yes, wc still have the """""' negatives of all the pho- tos we made foo' this book, and can make you any Harvey 85 Harvey 'nzmnbm-, any time. ' Grocers I ' ""n,,, W -. . Wm WRITE US I -I P The home of good things to ent UU 'H l F. A. LOOMIS ,5 2 Photographer ? 626 Commercial Street 522 Com'l. St. Emporia, Kan. . P , I X 5 21m I - XB' E E ' Y f' 1' EJ A yxuwnowmre 2: T lxwil V Theater Ro a R.H.HOLMES Photoplays of Quality ii. if-K 1 2 I -lxllqllw ' tl lm X ffej x . AFTERNOON EVENING jd! Wf Z 7 5 gf' l Tumor: :Ami rendu mon av :ovPRncl: exif' .ly FI 'N f " - r-. -. - N? U P Ili ' W lhe L.1ttle Schoolmaster says: " , , ,J ' "STYLE is one essential in the clothes of a -l x ,I V ' Lf H college man. Good styles without freakish- 0 4' ' f ness-good material without ostentation-good XX X' x 4, fit without exaggeration-all these if we make N' A .,, Q your Spring Clothes expressly for you. Be- ' fi .. sides, you'll find faultless workmanship and all "'l 'K' ff the little niceties that mark the finest of cus- i' tom tailoring-at a price that is easily within your allowance." . Let Us Prove It SHOES for Jllen SHOES fm' Woman ,-F' mv '-f' . Hancock 8: Bang COPYRIGHT sv ,, ID. V. PRICE 0 CO. G 3, THE MODEL CLOTHING AND SHOE COMPANY Zllll 1 l N ET"" ............ ' f 1 N' f 4 Q M Um 4 E 'W M 1 XX S r J M, M- Y . C V X A I Y X M- M ,j""'i'1'ff111 gy .ha,,"'4 WM?ilI1 1 ' . , .RX ,, A. xii kia V , EMP H ifi P12 pw' ,,. -' ,i i 9 -1 ' . 5? A. Sl -1L 2023 liz 9 l SUNFLOWED a 4 A "za El il 1 lglglnftl V J. N. ENGLE The Mutual Life Insurance lVlan Life Insurance is the Business Balance Wheel of Life St uclcnls : Teachers: Life insurance furnishes a valua- Let a. good life insurance policy ble Service to you-by establishing. protect. your family and dependent credit n t,n n Q n ics creqtin ones-lurnish u savings fund for ' we I gi el ielgc C 'I' ' g later years and old age. It is abso- El reserve, protecting creditors, pro- Iutely safe-and it is non-tuxable- viding a sinking fund. and an invaluable asset. The Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York, is 74 years old, and one of the strongest in the world. Last year it paid in dividends alone more than seventeen mil- lion dollars. It stands for all that is best in life insurance. L Tlw uct cost is low. Tlw values large. The provisions liberal. Agents are wmltcdi W Y 4 U CALL AT QUR OFFICE STATE BAINK BUILDING, Emporia, Kan. 3 f Nu' .3 c 208 gn , ' ' ff" o D u th D 1' C in a- C ll V Soda Water Toilet A'rticlr's Drugs P,l,U7fOSlL1l1IliUS Moore Company Makers of Collegiate Caps, Gowns ufncl Hoods Judicial, Clerical, Baptismal and Choir Gowns. Meet me at Originators of 1lIooro's Official High. School Cup and Gown 9 r Renting of caps and gowns to grad- uating classes a specialty l He uts u rescri tions 932 to 938 Dakin Street p p P p CHICAGO L. E.. Harris, D. D. L. Emporia, Kansas W HARRY C. JORDAN, l'2'opl'ioio'1' Phone 326 603 Commercial St. N - 1 lllillmw , 1 w 'u.,,,,,,,W X h v R N EA X K f' X L93 , "".4f ' ff" . 5 - ' ' x - ' W if D C ex ccomxcec cc:-was WG' Q 1 S . 1 tru- X. 'l 1 C' ' Jffp' Ho, 45' If L - ""o, login C J - 1, W "M il J :a gain 'il f- 03931. X wwf " :Tw 'KIIH ' '-" -so ' 7 i '. f .. Hfiiufs ' 1 A X J! ' 1 H' ? , ,..,5- I Fr?2Ti::Tas I ' I I XT l , swf C fa 1 s, " ' 'F' Ki' X 1 mmm nun!,we nam. D 5 - 10,5-f ' T - 'lp HY - A N Lawneuei- ? lx h If l I, :ol ' y X ir Ji-. D g TSUNFLOWED N: jf IJ W total Y W. M. PRICE, President C. A. NEIGHBORS, Vice-P1'cs'ident W. T. BALL, Caslticr Lyon County State Bank Solicits Students' Accounts Our Deposits are Guaranteed First Door South of Mit-Way New Courses Offered - PSYCHOLOGY New Abnormal Psychology -------------.---.......... ......... 1 4 hours' credit Givenannually on night preceding Normal-College game This course is an accurate research into the instinctive reactions of some of the cur- ious specimens of humanity which wander abroad at this season. Course offered to members of the Rousers' Club. Hits and Misses ----.--.-----.---------.....-..... ..- .... ........... 2 hours Nightly, 7 to 9, in library A delightful study in group psychology, as exemplified in a gathering about a read- ing table. For particulars see W. V. McConnell. FUSS0l0r:y ----------------------------------- 5 --------------- ----- 0 0 credit Daily on campus or before mirror Intensive work in the psychology of the orange necktie and the rainbow handker- chief in their relation to attention drawn. Arrange with Mr. Grant Pistorius. BOTANY Seminar Report: Dr? Fred Molesworth, of the Senior class, has lately completed an exhaustive research into the problem of sustaining human life by photo-synthesis. The adoption of this plan, says Mr. Molesworth, will waive the formality of making a liv- ing, thus allowing more leisure time for social development. The reader will remember this authority as the man who made one zitz grow where none ever grew before. House of Quality Established 1.90.9 Tl-IE. PALACE OF SWEETS HOME-MADE CANDIES Ice Cream, Fruit foes, Cold Drinks .- fr 507 Commercial Phone 377 Q0 I I 1 -1 Y f D U ' Six! rj, III , ,I , .4 Cl L.::::-5, 1 -Q Qu e 'i.,l:wg gg Q QQ? Ky I I i X f xfh' Nw 1 , fx rn WI WIZW , M Aw, X """'u.,,, A-4' '55, 'bf L, bg un MMM ,,.. M- U W .1 1 FIX 7 W ui' Q' K N q,,?'2QQ rf V, 24 I Ll '11, wif L L, 'R-1, ,.,. fi s Q31 W' U suwmwiwb Q, lg 3 Lngwj 2 ,1 5 ' V .. R Y 'if , ,. I 4, X 1-.gr j g--, .ggi-?.iLL5a.:1L .U 4 4 ,f , , KM- A 6 ff! In X, foarfam. ' Il b , sv . 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This store is your store and we will always have for you the NEW things that are good as soon as they appear. And our buyers are alert for the good things. Come to 'Rorabaugh's for the New and In-sirublc apparel. Wm a 9 1933-'l m X- lx t,oi'no1 CQMMLRQAL sT..Lr-T56-mAv.KANs. K5N 1 Dr. C. W. Lawrence Scott Suitatorium Physician and Surgeon t All Kinds of CLEANING AND PRESSING N Dr- W' Roberts Suits Made to Orclev' Dentist 1, V X 609 Commercial Street Phone 561 825 Commercial if X :ms Xi' Y - El i x 1 llllllnslv, l 'Ulu--.W I l my All f 2 .' f 9' in . El SUNFLOWED if ! f l .Luwl Emporia National Bank Capital-'and Surplus fB300,000 Member Federal Reserve Bunk P3.1'U.SltlC Plants ---------------------------------------....... ...... 2 110111-S Class, September 1 to Thanksgiving, Annually A movement to classify, standardize, and provide for the proper control of certain green formations that appear about the campus at this season. Course recommended to upper class boys, as most of the work is manual in character. Arrange with Mr. Glenn Perkins. PHYSICS Physical Researches: Lee McFarlan has come to some surprising conclusions as the result of his work in "A New System of Physics," and he has started real reform. He contends that many of the old laws controlling the physics game are out of date and a disgrace to civilization. He cites Newton's law of gravitation, which has been in force longer than even the old settlers can remember and which, since the development of aerial navigation, has become a decided menace to life and property. He suggests that the Supreme Court might do well to reverse this law. He also calls attention to the fact that the legislature has had another session and again neglected to regulate the speed of light. CIVIL ENGINEERING The Steam Shovel ---------- -------------------------------- U nlimited Credit 10 hours daily A good course for prospective military men who will enter the trenches. The teacher also recommends the course as giving its students a decided advantage in psychology and kindred courses. Arrange hours with E. A. Lewis. SO WOULD WE Cln Sociology Classl-"Now, Mr. Rufi, suppose all the women should be taken from all the co-educational institutions, what would follow?" Cllufil-"I would." Service, Integrity, Quality, Dependability Characterizes our dealings with you A ' " " PHONE 67 i . -I1 x, ,xx ET? fi M gi Xi 5: H H 24 53 .XX ,am X, ,-'79 I? ' U LTZIQTh""....lI Tf'f':'j, N - ' W Y, - , 1 , a .x xg, V1 i ? N u 1 U W w fx, f Nxgggtgggz, , f' ff-if fm X 1 N?TlYll1lnppy,w I cpu. , I X 'W c M! , A I J " I . 14,5 W, lr 8 kj! - if Q, U gSUNFl0Wil2 E, E V ,:::l l LWJ I F. W. HAIGHT, Po'es'ident R. E. WORTMAN, Mfmugel- PIONEER MUSIC COMPANY fmos and Playeo'-Pianos, Victor Victrolus, Records 'fl.'7'l.d Music U Musical Illercltandise, Pi hail, Ivers Sz Pond. R. S. H ward Bond, Lessing, Smith Ka Barnes, Knabe, Packard, McP 0 1 Crown, Cable, Conover, Willard, Kingsbury, Wellington, Auto-Piano We Strive to Please with Q1IllfIif2l, Price mul Service ' 421 Commercial Street Emporia, Kansas LIBRARY SCIENCE Methods in the Library ..--------------------.-........ ....... Meets one-half hour before closing time - -1-date credit Course consists in gathering statistics with view to solving the question as to why it is that when a man is seen talking earnestly to a fair co-ed at this period the signal, "closing time," sees them leave the library together. You will like this course. Conference, six evenings per week with Bill O'Connell CONFLICTING SCIENCE KProfessor in Astronomyj-"Has anything ever been seen on Venus?" fArt Stuclentl-"Not if the pictures I have seen are true." APPLIED SCIENCE CProfessorJ-"Mr. Duty, explain how you would measure the height of a tall build- ing with an aneroid barometer." fDutyJ-"IQwould go to the top and let the aneroid barometer to the ground by a string, and then measure the string." fMiss Pyle to Chemistry Studentsj-"Now, carbolic acid is very poisonous, and l se caution with this acid." should never be used alone. Now, we must a ways u NEW ENGLISH COURSE .. Vocabulary: 1For Irascible Students? ------------------------ Questionable Credit Given upon provocation This course consists in the selection and arrangement of Biblical terms, applicable to our every-day difficulties. Mike Rostetter, grand master. g,' I ' EHIPOIIH I ClCpllO1'1C ss' .,,...if,,,.'.f, Q, Comprehensive and Efficient Service 447, 211 Mx Io ll ll Q I3 F .Y x QT, ,, t A ' ' 71ovff" -HMU S RTH grains HI5 umE"znzf"- mm ..-- 1' -rf 1-1 .-... . w fa ':'u:yMus-r rar. ff' ' ' -1- 1 sw-wa curfms f K' fxzmrfvf ug GLN jj di - ..-E WG -- -' e' ve' A ---- - - L... --. """' H P 5 B T ' 'f f ga- fl? 'Ziff OYF "' fl! -9 nb" '- CEYNSORSNIP k M-'- . if J L-Jljj.- V The Emporia Gazette -Printers and Binders ISE . .lllv Fine' Half Tone Work and School Annuals a Specialty Emporia, Kansas 1 I N N 1 Wwtlv w1..,.u 51 Wu: 3, "M, xii ' EJ U suwflowu E, gzfl When Yon Fat When You Drink EMPORIA, KANSAS Good Ventilation Safety Stop at All outside rooms Running Water N and Bath, Collins Confectionery and Corner North of Post Office Restaurant 1109 Commercial Street JASON AUSTIN, Proprietor IN SOAK Freshman to Glee Club Man-"Why don't they wear watches with the full dress suits?" G. C. Man-"Why, who could have both out at the same time?" It often seems that a gentleman is a man that you don't know very well. ...1- Wife of the Physical Training Direc- tor-"Don't you think the baby looks just like her father." Her washerwoman lconsolinglyj- "Yes, but what does that matter, just so she is healthy?" The Normal Stude had applied for a job "back on the farm." "Ever have any experience in milking?" asked the farmer. "No," said the Stude, "but I have had a good deal of experience with fountain pens." Strawberry short-cake fa la board- ing clubl-This viand is a circular solid, every point upon whose surface is equi- distant from the strawberry. Zoology Professor tto classl--"Now will each member of the class name some of the lower animals, beginning with Mr. Farnsworth." Professor Wooster, of the department of zoology, is probably the most kind- hearted man in the faculty. It is ru- mored that when his pet cat manifested a desire to sleep in the coal bin he im- mediately ordered a ton of soft coal. Meade and Julia were before the stern judge. "You are charged with speed- ing," he said: "have you counsel?" "Any what?" asked Meade. "I mean, have you the services of a lawyer?" "Oh, no," interrupted Julia, "we have decided to tell the truth." Effie-"Now, Ruie, you should not call Bill a confirmed bachelor until you are absolutely sure." Ruie-"I am sure, though, for I con- firmed him." The difference between genius and talent is that talent gets paid every Saturday night. Smart, Dependable Styled PHOTOGRAPHS THE ALVORD STUDIO 14 West Seventh Avenue 'J .1 is 1 in in il I U .10 U in 'lull A Faculty Frolic One fine spring day during a Lull in my school work, I was sitting in the Parke read- ing some Kerr-ent literature, when an event transpired that Shore made me so angry that I could Hartley Barrett. I had been gazing at the brook and comparing its muddy sides and swift Kerr-ent with accounts of the Jordan. I wondered if also there was a Meyer on either side of the Jordan, or if Alders were plentiful over there. While I was in this mood a Karr drove up to the curbing and a young lady and three children got out and entered the Parke. Believe me! She Shore was a Keen-an and I saw that she was a governess and was very fond of the children. "Tum on," she called, "I will take the 'ittle Tidds to see the big Black Wooster in the zoo or Ellis we will play on the grass." "All Wright," said the oldest child. "Babb, Babb," said the baby. Accordingly, they started for the zoo. Feeling a Singular interest, and wishing a Fuller acquaintance, I followed like a King, plucking a Leaf here and there Owen to my embarrassment. She passed the B1-ookover, and they were gathering Moss on the Beach, when a smart Illick, leading a Payson Drake, stepped from behind a large Stone and said, "I want to Askew why you are here?" The lady was so frightened that shc could not Turner head, and she was White and trembling like a Leaf. The smart Illick then noticed the children and said, "Guess I'll just Bingham once with some Stones and hear them cry." "Well, Beye George," I said, "that Kerr must be punished." I rushed up rapidly and called, "Wats-on here?" "Nothing," said the smart Illick. "Stop Lyon now," I said, "I Sawyer actions." I then told the lady that it would Bea Hoover to take the children away. When she had gone I got some good Holtz on the smart Illick, and tied his Hansen feet with Buck skin leather strings, and threw him upon the Beach with a Dent in his head. His relatives Mayberry him in the Graves by the Shore or in the Meyer by the brook, either will be all Wright. With the smart Illick safely out of the way, I re- turned to the lady and said, "I am Shore glad to meet you." "Thank you," she re- plied, "prospects were pretty Black until you came. "Oh, I am strong," said I, "for I am a Black Smith and also do something Atwood working, being a good Turner." "Why, you look like a King to me," she said. Then, Owen to this remark, I said, "Yes, but I am A. Whitney, I own some fine kerosene Wells, toog Beye the way would you Mary A. Whitney?" "Why, Shore I would," she answered with a Tear in her eye. "That settles it, then," said I. ' Well, we no longer live in separate Holmes, but I will say my life is Fuller of thouble than ever before. Really I Hartley have the Kerr-age to go home any more. When the "Bills" from the Butcher, the Baker and the Taylor come in I feel as if I were in a Furnas. My heart has now turned to Stone, and I long to fold my Hansen be at rest. 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'G X J 55 I . gf f I 3 SUNFLOWED II7 "1 El 1 LQJ' Book Index Q Albert Taylor Hall ..-- -13 Kallpa Delta Theta ------ ---. 1 32 Athletic Field ,,,,,..... 18 Kindergarten Proficiency--- ----141 Administrative Officers ------ 32 . - Athenian Club ----------- -------- 9 3 Lfatm Club ----'-"-"' -"' 1 38 Alice Freeman Palmer Society ----- 116 Music Hall --- ,, 16 Alpha Sigma Alpha ----------- ---124 Mason Home --- -,,, 17 Alumni Council ------- 146 Main Building -..--... .... 2 4 Art Study Club ----- 146 Music ....-...-........ ..,, 3 1 Athletics ------ 147 Manhattan Debate Team--- ---- 92 All-State Men--- 149 Mathematics Club ------ .... 1 36 Advertising ------ 183 . Normal Masques - -- .... 102 Butcher Residence ---- 20 Newman Club ---- ---- 1 45 Bulletin Staff ----- 108 Basket Ball ----- 159 Order of Books ------- --- 9 Baseball ------- 171 Orchestra .............. -,,- 8 4 Campus Section--H 11 Oratorio, "The Holy City"-- ---- 84 Cottonwood River ----- 23 Opera """"""""' "" 8 8 Omega 115 College Debate Team ---- 94 """"' " ' "-- Cafnimrg Girls """' 119 Plumb Memorial--- 12-26 Chi Upsllon ------- ---130 Power House ----' --- 18 V Clubs ......-. 133 Plains ---------- --- 22 I Civics Club ---- 143 Press 105 C- S- Club ----- 144 Phi SYQQQ-IEQQYOYQZ-- -1zi120 Dedication ---.------ 6 Pi Delta ---------- ---- 1 26 Debate and Oratory ----- 81 Pi Kappa Delta ------ ---- 1 27 Delphian Debate Club ---- 97 P1'1mu1'Y P1'0f1c1encY ------- ---- 1 40 Dlamatlc Club """-"" 100 Representative Debate Club -- 96 European History Club ----- 137 Science Hall -------..... - .,,, 21 Eafugty -------------- Seniors ..... 1- 33 'res men -- So homores ---. -M- Football ------- 151 Stgges 1 ----------- ---- 2 3 Gymnasium ------- 19 Sunflower Staff --- ..,, 107 Girls' Glee Club ............ sv S?c'et1eS ------------- --- ----113 German Club ------------.-...--- 134 Slgm? , """""' "jf "'------ 114 Girls' Physical Training Club ------ 129 Sfirormes and Fratermtles '------- 119 Gym Team ---------------------- 164 Ziirsie Ggxzia """"'-- -- ---- Hvspital ------------ 15 Sports and Pastimes--- ----177 High School Seniors ---- 77 High School Glee Clubs--- 89 Training School ---- ..-. 2 5 re c Clef Club ----- .... 3 5 Ionians ---------- 117 Track ....,,,.,,,, ---- 1 65 . Tri-Sigma ---... ,.,- 1 28 Jumors """""""" 51 Theta Chi Theta ......... .,,, 1 31 Jayhawker Debate Club ---- 95 ' Kellogg Library------H 14 Warrensburg Debate Team ---...-- 93 K. S. N. Glee Club ----- 86 Y, W, C, A, -..,,,,----- 1 ---- 109 K. S. N. Band --------- 88 Y. W. C. A. Cabinets ---- ---- 1 10 xl, Kappa Sigma Epsilon ---- 122 Y. M. C. A. Cabinets ---- ---- 1 12 I X . sr .1 D I ull 1- 1 .1 Cl C K- J l N Index I A H1'uol ' ' I- ' 1 'H "1 1111101 - '---- -- ------ .- 512 116: 1111 11111.11-Tffl15:11-1ILTf?f'.'TT.3..'." 1521 A1500. 11121-101 1-iS. 14. 711. lljr 111-11w11. Hazel ....... 1311, 178, 178 -N1-7011. lwauk V ........ ...... 1.1 Hrmvu. Irma 132, 1311, 178. 1711 A1-1l'0liUS1 IQ 11- G- - ----- -3- 141: lirown, Voroulka .. .......... 1311, 17:1 Q11-2'1':'li11iiLJTUIIIWUI ---- ---iw-1-331 HVINVII, Elderly .. .... ...... . 140 f wx' " """""' "'- " B' ' . H 1- .... .............. . EF 111011. 1v111'1--111 -.-.-.- 137- 1011 111-3153. H3221 . ..,........., 155 -tgalil:l'lYl1lgmiI'R:1ll'l1 - ----qi, Hruwll, lq1ll?alil1th 07, 111 01lITlIllll'45? . ", 1 1 ' . ...... .. .... .. ..., I- 1' 32 . In 'HHHUH '..-.-. l 0 .1:1g1lc?lE1:111liqli11lclluc . .... Ejwl H 52' 100' 137. M? 211-1111111.'I'11u1 129. 175- 115 11117-11? 'lwl'g::i?lH'U.-.-.-..... 111 .1rmnur. Zcnlua .. 1311, 142, 170 Buck, Ge,-U-Udo S. ..'. gg, .. ......... ::11cH111111i1l?, 1.Im.l.y.m ".. 13? . ' .' ' ", ," ' .. ........ .. .10 Hg ' I. HU-U. .H .x11ae1-11111. John .... gs 11111-11, 1,1033 ...... 144 Andrews. MHCIIIO - 145, 11 llkurkholcler, Luclcle ...... 140 Amlor:-mu. Vlrl .... .... . . 113 1-gm-gm-, 1,0111 ,.,,, 117, 611, 141 Antlq. Leg ------- - 114 llursch, Mrs. Charles ......... G3 , l:l'lTeL1::r'Vf13lcl3l H Eursch. Flaarlos .... 108. 1051 -N 1 U 1- ----- ' .. , .......... .. ........ . 'N Atwood. Jane K. ..... 211, 71 llglgllltglgAa'f:11m1lg VV, , 211, 32, T40 Xtkinsou. Janet, .... .. ........ . 132 1 :Km-1tc11i'eld, Eleanor .. 137, 145 - Q Ayers. Beulah .. ..... ....... 141 Caldwell, Harold 75 B fgulclxvlflli Bess .... 187 f 1 ....... .... 3 R 11111111. GClll'H'1' ...... . 1:11. 11111. 16-1. 1116, :111 nffmkf Mabel ,.,,, U X7 liabcawk. Julia . . ..... - ..................... 1311 Carr, Clara .. 137, -12 Haflc, ..... ......... ..... 1 1 1. In Carls. Bertha ..... 136 a 11, ll u .... 1 Clrlslc, A. B. 142 Halley, Marcia .. ............ 30 Cinrotlmcrs. VV. H. .. 29, 32 Baker. Ralph ....... .... 1 22, 172, 176 Carson, Gladys 74 lialsmicr, Selma .. ........... 116 Carter, Mary ,,,.,.., 55 1 I3a11g', Dorothea ...... S3. 130 Carthrae. Faye 74, 70 liarbur, Austin .... .... 1 36. 1021 f1,,t1,f,ry, Bm,1,th '.-', 74 g:lll'l'l0:f 12111-35110 .... . ...... g,w,,,mug:,, Xvggym. 1 1ll'l'1' , M. . ... .... ................ . ,lv 11 11 V I . .lll '," . U f Ra.rrly.rur, Maude .....132, 1311, 118, 1751 fYi.l1t1,.:: ,Elmo 35: gillllgh, Sgarlce .... 89, 1022. gl1ap11el. gtls 1111. HE: T 71111111 1111 flllIlD0, ra ...... ....... 71. H1lYl0l'1 H1111-11111 -.-. ---. 1 52 f'l1attvrto11, Mlldrucl .... 74 Reach. l'1'1l11k A- -1 El' Ulll'lSU1lll. Audrey .. .... ., 131 WMI. Beatrlcu 14 Christensen. Ellis .... 172, 175 X . 3011111-1.MA1.'i110s g:11'ii-wctclmisifllh Oscar .. ......... N m ', ar, ........ .. , -, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,, 11111111-111. May ........... . 1411. 141 111351331111 072 . .... .. 1.10. 114. 111 1 511111111111 30:19:13 xmw ----- 140. Ql1:f.:stii1i1,!CI111'11 ........... 54 "'1w...... ' 0 .,.1 111 . ........ ........ . ..... . ...... 1 ,, 1 -I ,,,, ,,,,, , " 'N llcrgzcr. la-al ............... 124. 137, 35, 36 117 C'gll.J111'11.L1LZx1'l .... .... 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Blauclu: .. ............ 711, 102 W, 1 l 110, 'I if ......... ..... ' -', I.. 5. - UV l ll. M ............. ll 140, P11 11111111111 .xlmt ......,...... Ts, 1112. 1113, 1m 14:1 C:':::::l:ll. 1:3750 ........................ 1..12!1, gl 1 my Iinltml, Jos:-11l1i11o, 01, 1l1', 1211, 178. 170, 180 f7l'f'IY'lI'l', Ilaynmml ,,,,,,,,,,, 1116, 160 611, wx Rcrmzllliltfzglilli ..... . .... . ...... , ..., 116, Crass, Gily 126, 1421, 160, 161. 160. 172. 174 " nnwe , c 1 ...... .... .......... ' . - 0- ss. C ' -1 ........................ 124. 131' lim'1'o1'. Harry! ........ ............ 2 111, 213, 137 l':'::1vluy.llfiilglmtal' ........... .... . ....... 141 Haul.-rlntun. Nclllc . ......................... 55 Culllsnu. Lnnorc ......... 115, 120, 311, 100 SN l'1n5'lv. Jnc. .,.. .. SU, 97, 103. l1'S, 133. 1-14. 163 ljllltl'l'. H. M. .... .. ........... ........ 146, 29 111 lirauly. llertlla ........ ................... N 7. 132 C'ult0r.l'la1'olcl 120.140, 152. 134. 160. 101.103 Bradley. Edith . ...... .. 110. 1-10, 711 Pllllllllll-1'll!ll'I1. Mary ............. . ....... 1211 70 ' Rrsultlnlcli, may .... 35, 137. 133 :'111'rF11s.i Olivo ...... ....... . .. 11-1. gi K ran-u. xa xryn .. ............ 1.1 Ylll' s. .ossv ...... ...... - ., .1 ltramlt, Paul ..... ....,. 7 5 05 Curtis. Gla11ys .. .... 3.1, 1112 - , :El'2llll'f:. llnnwli .... . ...75, 95, 133 Curtls, Lllllau.. . . ...... 80 , I'2l,1lCl0l', . 1. ., ........... .. -. 4- 111-lglmm. 11115111111 ao, 1:10, 132 n 5 Q Hrlttaiu. Logan ........ 07, 137 Davis, Rex .. ........ .......... 1 30 1gl'4lL'k. E. G. ....... 44. 516, 136 Davis. Olivo .... 137 B1-ngan, Anna H. .. ..... 30. 143 Davis. Estella .. .. 138. 142, 37 if X 222 xg fl' ,1.Y'f v I X EJ 1:1 SUNHOWED D 'if A' ' Q i 7 P Davies. Clara ........ Davidson. LeRoy Davidson, Orpha Deakin. Myrtle .... Dees, Jarvis ..... Delano, Earl Deming, Elsie .... Dent. Carl ........ Dent. Ellsworth .. DeVore, Earl .... DeVos:-1, Louls Dc Voss, J. C. .... . Dilsaver, Fannie Dix, Mary ........... Dixon, Nellle ..... Dixon, Wllllam .... . Doerlnp:, Elsie Donaldson. David .... Duty, Kathryn ...... Downing, Myrtle .... Doyle. Ruth ....... Drake. J. P. .... . Drlskell. Otle Drury, Floyd .... Dubbs, Alice ...... Uubbs, Mabel ....... Dudley, Lillian M. .. Duggan, Julia. ..... . Dui-TP-'an. Josephine Duer. Joe ............ Dulebohn, Irl ...... Dun11eld. Roy .... Dunsworth. John Duty, Glenn E Eaton. Hazel ............ Egbert. Charlotte ..... Eekdall. Mrs. Da netta Edmonds. Harold ........ Edwards, Hugh ....... Fldwards. Mary E. Edwards. Mildred .. Elledrre, Mlntn Eleock. Harriet .. Ellis. G. W. ..... . Ellis. Slbyl ..... Engle. Amos .. Enns, Veola .. IF Fagan, Margaret ..... Faler. Edgar .......... Farnsworth. Louis .... Feather, Mildred ..... Feather, Marguerite ... Flfe, Eunice ............ Flnnerty. James Fisher. Helen Fisher. Samuel Fleming, Loma Fletcher. W. B. Foncannon, Mrs. Forde. Mary Fox. Eva Franz. Ida M. Frazier. VV. R. .. French. Esther .. Frey. Lena ......... Frey. Mav ..... . ...... . Frlesan, Herman .... Frlsble. Fanny .... Frlsbie, Bessie .. Frith. Mollie .... Fruit, Edith ....... Fuller. Kathryn Fuller. Clara .............. Fuller, Ruby .............. G Gamble. Gertrude Garrison, Arthur George, Mary ...... Gepharte, Eldon Gerber. Claus ..... Gifford. Harley Giffin. Fred ..... Gllson, F. L. . . . 136, 117, 12s. 75. ' ..... 120. 32. 144, 124 .....142, 52, 107. 140. 1'. I ' 1'134'.' 1301 ' 1101 ' ' Tak' ' 'si7. ff ff ' 1171 ' hi' 62. 117. ........115. " 11774. 126, III"i7i'I . 45. 56. 56. 59. Flook. Ethel ................. Frank 114. 134. 136. 52. 111"i115' ..'ff.'."kEs II1"1'40.' '57f 139, 130. 128. .. 115, 140. 50. 74. 70. 102. 30, 52. 74. 124. 146. 115. 140. 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Bernice ...... 115. 72 Grosse. Edna ....... ........ 7 4. 76 Grove, Leila ..... .... 1 1-1, 129, 34 Gum. Iva .... ...... T 4, 1416 ll I-Iax.-renmaster. Ruth ...................... 12? Hall, Nora ............. ................. 1 -16, 31 Hall, Clifford ....... .. 39, 92, 95, 124. 127 Hamilton. Robert .. .................... S9 Hammel. Myrtle .. ......... 1111. SR, S7 Hamilton, LaRue . ............ 55. 140 Hanna, Grace ................................ 75 Hanseomb. Marcella ..................... 12S I-Iarglss, 1-I. W. .......... 31. 1.18. 152, 160, 172 Harglss, Meade .... S6, 152, 156, 160, 163, 104. S9 Harper, Marie ......................... 66. 137 Harper, Mary .................... 138. 142 Harr, Lloyd ....... ....... 1 60, 172 Harris. Achsah .. 140. 128, 129 Hart. Neva. ...... ........... 1 46 I-Iarter. June ....... ........., 1 16 Hartley. Evallne ........... . 31 I-Iasper, Elizabeth .. ..... 146, 110, 111 Hawkins, Eunlee ....... 129, 55 1-lawklns, Gladys .. . ........ . 31 Hay, Hlrsehel ........ ............ T 5 Hayes, Genevieve .. . ....... 110. 135 Helfensteln, Velma. ...... .... 1 16. 140, 70 Hemphill, Katherine ...................... 51 Henderson. Gladys ..... 137, 138, 142, -16 Herndon, Victor ...... . ............. 74, 97 Hershey, Irene ............. 1-1.1 1-Tess. Marxraret 32, 76, 110 l-lewltt. Chester .. .......... 76 Hlekok. Frances ................. 115 Hilyard, 'l'reva ..... ............... 1 16. 140 Hinton. Carrie . ........,........... . TT I-lltehens, Perry ..... 62. 108, 127. 93. 96 Hoeh, Elsie ........ ................... 1 -10 Hoekens. Evalene ............ 55. 142 Hodges. .-Xmorette .. ....... 83, ST I-lodges. Esther ..... .. 46. 57. 1x0 I-Iogue. Charles , ......... 71. 90 Hogue, William 124. 138. 11-1, 96 Hohe, Bertha ........ ......... 1 HT, Tl 1-Iolforty, George .... ............ 1 RS Holliday. Daisy .... ....... 1 43 Holtz. VV. l.. .......... ............. 1 38. .11 Holyrod. Flora .............................. 1-13 Hoopes, Ethelwynne ................. 140. P1 Hostetler. Ivan ..... ....... S 0. 100. 108, 120, 52 Hover, Harriet .... ................... 1 32 Hoover. Beatrice .................. 112 Howard. Hazel ...... .... 1 17 Howat, Irene .......... ....... 3 l 1-Iuenerg'art, Ruth .. .......... .S9 Huffman, Leslie .... ...... 1 '10, 57 Huffman. Faye .... ...... ........ . 11 2 1'Il1g'l18S. Nelle .. 146. 128. 1-11 Hughes, Vera ...... 132, 131 Hulings. Louise ...,...... 141 Hnnsaker, Lucy .. .... 1411, 1311, 37 l-Iunter. Myrtle ............ 52 Hurt. Dale ...... ......... 1 22 Hurst, 'Ivetta 1412 Hush. Gladys .... .. S0 I llliek. I-llda ....... . ,.... 31 Ireland. Ethel .. 132 ... WWF? x Ethel ........ QT- H 111 ll 0 , M . James, Maurl ........ ................... E D0 Maher, Ruth .,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., 5 1 1, 1111 James. 1-larry .. 05, 100, 108. 124. 140 Major. Ruth ............. .... 1 30 S5 S0 Jarus, Ed F ...... . ................... 52, 97, 130 Manly, Ray ,,,,, , ,,,,,, - ..". '13g" 1113 Jecks, Mary .... .... .................... 65 M arburger. Esther .... ,.,, 1 02, 103 Jensen. John ----- -----.--..--..- 1 22. 164 Marshall, Hazel .... .................... s 0 Jeremy, Ruth ...... .... 4 8, 117, 130, 132 Martln, Stanley ,,.,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , 75 JIIISOY1. H0l0l1 --.-.--. ................. 1 36 Martin. Hazel .... ............. ' .......... 1 10 -11711150111 Bl'l1l10lt1l -- ---- ---------. 37 Maul. Charles .... 102 103 10S 14-1. 103 Jeb. 114111101 ......... .... 1 40. es Maxam, Della ..... I.. .. 1:1 JUIIIISOII, Claude ....... 143, 98 May, Evelyn ,,,,.....,,.. " " 1311.132 Johnson, Eva ..... ............. 1 43 Mayberry, J. W. ...... 140 29 Johnson. MCl'l'lll .. 143, SO, 112 Mayberry, Mignon ,.... 11,11 52 Johnson, Edna ....... ........... 1 32 McAdams. Dunlap 120, 120, 152, 155, 100, 103, 104 .lol1nson, Bernice ............ 31 Mccm-ter, Mean '....'.. 1841 Jones, Esther ..... ............. 1 17 McCarty, Leona ........ 14' Jones, Hope ...... 00. 117, 130 McCarthy, Imrxml ,,,, ' " "" 75 Jones Helen 'I'. . ...... 117, 12S McClure Mabel '-..'. 1-"'114 JOHOS. F0101 ---- -----.--- 1 252 MeColn. Verna ......... ......... 1 10 Jones. Ross .... .---..... 1 Ijb McCollum. Beatrlee ........... .. 40 Jones. Martha 139, 110 McComb. Mattie ........ .... 1 :10, 140, 71 -701102-1. H0201 ---- -.--.-- 1 40 McConnell. Donald A ........ CS, 120, 100, 12-1 -101105. Aj-71101-1 ........ ...... 4 8 McConnell. Nellie ..,,.... ............... 1 43 Jones, Ifrances .. ................., 60 McCullough, Edna ,,,,,,,, 31, 122 Jones, ,Blanelme .. 80, 102, 103, 107 McDaniel, Maude 31- Jones, Leah ..... .................. S 7 1VpcDm1i01,Et1101 -.'..... ll.' II.. 3 7 Jones, Elizabeth . ........ ...... 4 ll McElfresh, Carrie .... ........... S fl McFarlan. Lee ...... ............... - 17 McGrath, Alice ...... ....... 1 15. 145. 38 K McGuire, Mlnnle .... ................... 7 4 Kabel, Verna ............................... S7 McEvoy. Helena .... 131. 1-10, 1-15, 71 Kaiser, Karl S6. 120, 120, 1411, 100, 161, 52 Mclntosh, Ben .. 124, 80, 34, 112 Kane, Mabel ............. 00, 117, 128, 178, 170 McNabb, 'M1-. ......... .,............. 1 -11 Kappleman, Otto ............................ 97 McNeal, Floyd . ..,...... .............. , .. 127 Karr, H. M. ........ .......... 3 1, 04, 127 McPherson. Glenn .......................... 61 ICCPIITIEY, Ethel .... ...... S 5, 100 McPherson, Christine ...... 110, 178. 170, 180 Keefover. Illll. ..... ............ 7 5 Mealrs. Clifford .......... 120, 152, 157, 4. 100 Keenan. George .... ............. 3 1 Meeee. Mr. .......... .................... 1 18 Keller, W. H. ...... .... 3 1, 130, 146 Melbert. Setha ...... 115. 1715, 43. 110 Kelley, L4llll'0t.tll ........... 141 Mercer. John .......... ................. 7 0 Kemp, Gladys .... ........ 1 40, 71 Merllatt. Elizabeth .. .... 110, 137 Kenney, Marian .. ................. 139 Messick, Arthur ...... ., 50 Kerr, Willis H.,.. 7, 29. 32, 107 Meuser, Louise .. 115, -11 Kersey, Helen .. ............... . 70 Meyer. Elmer ..... ..... 1 22 Kessler. Charles .. .... 120, 152, 155 Meyer, Irene .... .. 58 R7 Keys. Emma ..... ............. 1 41 Meyer. Victor .,. ........ 103 King, Agnes ......... .........,. 32 Meyer, W. E. ...... ....... 1 42, 30 Kirchner, Arthur ..... ............ 5 2 Meyer. Mrs. W. E. .. 146. 178, 170 Klrkendall. Frances 74, 178, 170 Meyer. B. A. .... .......... 1310. 145 Klrkner, Luclle ....... .............. 7 5 Miller, Fred ...... .. 135, 142. 80. 05 Klrtlan, Mary ...... . .......... 32 Mlller, Ramona .... ............ 1 30, 52 Kirwan, Ida ..... 131. 145 Miller. Gladys ..... .. ......... 143 Knight, Paul .. .. ............ 10, 3 Miller. Gladys .... . TN Knlsely, Alta ............................... Minrow. Maude ..... .. 14-1, 31 Koontz, Lois ........... 79, 100. 101 Kretslnger. Beatrice Kuller, Avis ............ .. Laird I-lomer . ....... . Lake Ethel ........... Lake Ra mo11d y .... l.a11pheer Kathryn argent Jessie ..... arson Vlllltll larson Plossle .... leaf Grace M. lcamer Kathryn .... lednlcky, Bernice eonard Wlnlfred lewis I'1rl ...... ewls Fdwln .......... l Illic Delene ............ l lndqulst lheodore .... I lndseheld Pllzabeth l lndl1olm. Vera ........ . S9 , 178. 179 87 68 :- 1 :- D-..1.L ..... 'iii' ' 166 2 Mltcl1ell. Goldie .. Moddrel, Ruth ..... Monroe. Vvalter ...... Monro e. Hannah ..... .................., Monypeny, Xvilllam Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore AYTIY ........... Madge ....... Bess .. . Ruth ..... .. .... 1411. 152. 153. 115. qs. .......... -3. Morgan Mabel .... Morris Della ........ Morton, Rebecca ..... Morton. Mary ........... Morrlson Katherine Morrison, Florence .... H Mosley, lr-1 .......... . Moyer Bertha ..... Moyer Gladys .... Muir. Maude ......... Mulllnlx. Geraldlnt N1urra3 Roy ......... ff""'."1:3hf 'I 1: ........ . 11-. Morrison Harry ........ . ....... ...... . Morrison Mrs. M-mbtl 131 100 211 07 47 7 1. Cl - 1 1 1 E 1, 1 1 1 P 1 N 1, wlllillf ' nun.. 1 H H lloyd Mae ................ lloyd Fdlth ............ loekhart. Myrtle ......... 00 114.120 127 . loekman Cloudsley 4. 157 167. longfellow Carl l1ong'shore Hazel onker. Hazel .... ore Marjorie ..... .... oudermwn May ........ oveless Madeline luelwlng 'f'IGl'm'll1 ..... 46 Q6 9'. 1-4 2 1 2 152 .. ll 1-47'-H-.3 ....... 2 ull I-lerbert G. .......... ........... . . 2. l yon I ytle Katherine .. .. Marie 1 Myers XVllllam 'Vlyers Ollxer .... Nnnnlnga. .lohn N'llll1lllH'1I Xnn Nash Paul ....... Nels Charles Nlelson Fffle ....... Nelson Richard Nemecheck Ben Nemecheck Lillian 2 ...I'.IIlI1"'z3' .1 .... to 1' 43 10 4 .2 .1 1 2 1, . 1 45 - 135 2 " 121 : 111 . 131 - 64' 142 ' lil 1. . - ' 1. . 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W. .... ........ . r 36 Iltllewton, Annabel ....... .............. 1 1.1.15 chols ...... ............ .................... - Nichols, James 120, 152, 155, Noffsingm-, Um .................. . 75 Noffslnger, Cccil In Noll, Pauline ........ . ..... 7' Nonnamaker, Miss .... ........ 5 Norton, Mildred .,... 138,141 Noyes, Matilda ..... .. so Nusbaum, Lela .. 114,v . 0 Oaks, 1'-Terman ..........................,.... 65 O'Connell, M. V .......... 52. 443. 06. 100. 1518. 127 0'Keefe, Ruth ..... ...75, 120. 130. 113. 144' Okeson. Vera .. .......,........... 141 Osborn, Mrs. .............., 115 Owen, Lucllc -- '3- Owcn, Grace .... 141 P 1"almer. Florence ........ .......... 1 17. 'arke, L. A. ............ ....------ 4 Parks, Grace M. .... .... 1 14. 136. 1703- Parker, Cora ........ .... ........... 3 .. 3 1:0 Parmeter, Elden ......... .... ....... . . 125. 45 Patterson, Howard ....................... 7., 09 Patterson. Mrs. XVayne ................... 131 Payne, Lulu .... ...................... L .... . 133 Payne, Marguerite ............. S5, 114, 130, Payne, Ruth ........ ................ 1 .if Pearsall, Lester .... .... .............. 1 0 4 Peck, Milton ......................... 08. 143. 144 Pennington, Thomas .................... 100. 94 Perkins, Glenn ....... 120. 127. 146. 06. 100. 105 Perkins, Lois ................... 115, 60, 100. 101 Perkins, Mrs. Glenn ..................... l2S. 45 Peterson, Nvilllam .... .............. . S0 Phipps, Charles R. .... ---- - 30 Pickett, Alma .......... . ..... .38 Pierson, Marie .... ..-. 1 32. E- Plerson, Ora ......... .... .............. . 4 4 Pistorlus. Grant ...... ............... . .96 Portwond. Bruce ..., .... 0 4, 06. 120, 127. 103 Powell, Bess .......... .................... 1 Pringle, Robena Prutsman. I-Iarrlet .... Pulley, .-Xnnle..... .... Q. Quinn. Josephine Quisenberry, Faye R ..140 56 ....1l5. Ramage, Allison ........... . ............. 137. Randalls, Alta .......... ..... l 30, 100, 148. Ransom, Elizabeth .. ..... . .......... .. Raymond. Paul ....... ...,. 1 07, 75, 120, Raymond, Rolland ..... ...... 1 20, 72, Rector, Edna .......... ............ 1 42. Rees. Edward .................... 127, 142, 04, Rees, Mary .... , .................... , ........... Rehm, Charles 120, 152, 157, 160, 162, 172, 173, Reilly Lola .............,................... 114, Relchart, Mr ................................... Reneau. Mary ....... Reynolds. lcllle..... Rich, Birdie ..........., Richards. Marvin ..... Richman, Clede ..... Riggs, Janet .......... Robb, Susie ............, Roberts. Maude E ....... Robertson, Ray XV. ,... . Robinson, Glenn ........ ........11G, 137, .........116. 146. ....1l7. 120, 146 F0 .....136, 08, .1-, IIII fifi6.' 'idif Robinson. Lllllan .... ................ Robson, Velma ................................ Rodgers, China ................. 114, 130. 65, Rollow, Crystal .... ...... Rorick. Floyd .....,.. 120, 12 71' 3631 ' 21:11 'Eel '51is. Roske. Melvln ................................. Ross, Evelyn .... ...... ...... Rost, Carrle.... .... Rostettel', Erank..... Rowland. Mabel .... .. Rall, John .......... ,. .......143. S0. , ........ 122, 152, S5 S5 142 170 141 160 112 110 06 .45 175 54 145 62 61 52 02 137 .40 140 .41 .31 156 .60 136 82 .75 108 .31 142' 110 154 1441, nz, 444, 444: Rumford, Fred ........ Rundus, Amos ..... Rundus, Ben .... . Runinn, Viva ...... Russel, Esther .... Russel, Mary .... S Samuelson. Edith ........ . Salser. Carl W .......... Sawyer. Edna..... ...... .... sus .. ........... 135 ....1::5,,1::s, 07 ...........14:x .....1-40, 5-4 .......5:,110. 1:47 ......146, 1447, :sz .........31, ....l37.13S 120 Sehlegel, Julia ...... 35 Schmitt. Helen ....... .......... 1 11 Schork. Elizabeth ............ .32 Sehwendlg. Rose ..... ...... .....,.. . 7 4 Scott, Harry ......... .... 1 26, 163, 161 Scott. Ruth. ....... ........ 1 32, 141 Scoville, Ina ..... .......... . 60 Seacat. Jessie ..... . .... 143, 80 Seaman, Arthur .............................. .55 Sellars, Leslie ............................. .... . 98 Sharpe, Lloyd 54, 86, 06, 112, 142 146, 152, 154, 16S Sheets, Velma ........................,.... .... . 75 Shemwell. Clifford.. ...................... 52, 142 Shields, Juanita ........ ...... 1 15 Shlppey. Elsie ...... .............. 1 38 Shore, Maude E ..... .. ............... 32, 178 Shuler, Fred ............. .... 1 24, 135, 112, 60 Shuey, Ethel Mary .... ........ 1 37, 140, 47 Simpson, Margery .... ...... ..... 1 1 4 40 Simpson, Harold .... .......... 1 22 Singular. Wm. H ..... ...... . 32 Skoglund, D. S .......... ...............,.. 3 1', 75 Slater, Helen ............. . .................... .60 Sloan, Gertrude .................,............ 137 Smith, Hester.. 117, 140, 100, 63, 75, 76, 87, 170 Smith, Helen M ..........,... 117, 130, 128, 37, 110 Smith, Sam .......... ..... ....... 1 2 0. 152, 156 42 Smith, Gallord ........ ..... ......... 1 2 2, 36 Smith, Walter R ....., .............. . 30 Smith, Glenn ........ 52, 05, 112, 124 Smith, Nina J ..... ....... 5 4, 115 Smith, Etta .......... .................. 1 16 Smith. Genevieve ..... .................... 1 20 Smith, Maurlne ...... .... 1 30, 132, 85, 100, 178 Smith, Merle ....... ................ 1 39, 170 Smith, Lydia ............... 140 Smith, Vera ...... .................... . .l4l, 60 Snider, 'Harold ...................... ........ . 56 Socolofsky. A. L. 52, 05 107, 112, 124, 166, 16S Solomon. Blanche ............................ .87 Sorenson, Andy ..... ........................ . 60 South, F. Jay .......... ..... 1 24, 137, 34, 107 South, Mrs. Jay ........ ..... 1 15, 137, 34, 110 Sparks. Ellzabeth'...'. .. ............ ..12S Spears, Lucretia ...... .... .....,.. . 8 2 Spence, Mildred..J. ,,,,,, ,S9 Spivey, William .... ,,,,,,,, , gs Spraul, Erma ........ ,.,,, 1 45, ST Stadlcr. Babetta ..... ,,,,,, , 58 Stannard, Faye ........ ,,,,,, 1 'IS Starkweather, Marie ..... 141, 58 Stelnmetz, Ethel ....... ...... . 5S Stevens, Mrs. Myrtle. .... .424 Stevenson. Frances .....,.. .............. 1 32 Stewart, Bertie ................ . ................ 75 Stltes, Lee ............... 57, 122, 168, 100, 06, 112 Stltes, Russel ..,. ............ 122, 168, 74 Stlver, Una .... ......................... 6 2 Stokes, Helen ........ .... , 115, 107, 50, 110 Stone, Anna. E ........ ................ . 31 Stout, Nellie ............ .......... 1 02. 89 Stronse. Katherine .... ...... 3 1' 85 Stubbs, George ........ .... 1 26, 108 Surdez, Emma ....... ...,.. . 75 Swarner. Ruth .... . .63 . '1' ' Taylor, Helen. ............ .......... 1 16, 31 Taylor. Ruth .... ....... .... l 2 S, 141. 110 Thomas. Harry ..... .. .............. 122 Thiele, Amy ............ ................ 1 40 Thompson. Ethel ......... ........ ....... 7 4 . 17S Throekmorton, Alice .... ..... I 15. 146, 47. 110 Tldd. George W ........ . ............. 30, 05 Timmons, Leonard ..... ..... l 43. 144, 08 Tolln. Ernest .......... ..... ......... 9 7 Tomlinson, Bryan .... ..... 1 60, 166 Tracy, Ethel ......... ...... 7 4, 76 Traxler. E. 0 ..... .... 1 38, 45 Luis u in U WCUS. Donald ..... Wemple. Stella... W enfllund, Frank VVeuc1land Alvin. Wendell. Ruth ..... White. Verne ...... Nvhlte. Frank W.. YVl1il0. GGl'll'llflC....'.' V VT O Trehhlecoek, Frank ..... ............. 7 4 'l'rlplett, Norman ........ ..... 3 0, 32, 108 'l'rlplett. Roger ...... ............. 8 6 'l'rusler, lvuu ...... ..... 1 22, 126 'I'rusler, Victor... .... 122,160 'l'ueker, John ...... ...... 1 60 'I'urklo, Dwight... ....... ..S6 'I'uruer, Clulr ...... .... 3 0, 126 'I'urnvr. Mrs. Clulx ...... 132 'l'ynclell, Nat ....... .,., 1 38 l'nruhe, Russell ........... ..... 1 20, 61, 96, 107 lfnruhe, Esther .... .... ................. 7 4 V Vulyer, Lois ..................................... S9 Vulyor. Arden ..................... SEI, 98. 102, 101-I Vulyer, Ernest ................. 89, 98, 102, 103, 112 Vun Cnmpen. Culvlu ................. 124, 160, 95 Vnu Oxdol, Florence ......................... 137 Vnu Pettou. I-lnrry,.124, 160. 162, 106, 169, 41, 95 Vun Vorls, 'W. A ............................... 31 Vaughan, James ..................... 152, 157. 172 Vuug'hun, Everett ............ ............. 4' 18 Ver lh'll:.1'R'O, Aclrlunnn .... ...... 1 29, 82 Vestal, Dorothy .......... ......... 3 1 'W:1llur'e. llyrclle ............................... 67 Wulluro, 11:1 Vino ............................ 179 Walls, 'llllflllllll ........ 76, 117, 130, 128, 178, 179 Wolters ............ ...................... 6 7, 124 xvllllllll, Ruth ..... .. .. ................ 140 xvilltil, lle:-xsle.... .............. 140 Ward, Vunule .... ..... 6 S, 115. 140 N'Vill'L', Mabel .... ............. 3 2 Watt, l40llll ........ ......... . 141 NVute-mon, Irene .... ........ 3 0, 17S Xvntson, Glurly:-1 ...... .......... 1 40, 59 XVuyluncl. Jullu .......... ............ 1 17.128 Xvuynick, Vuupchnlc ................ 139, 132, 179 NV:-nthurly, Jo:-xephlno ...................... 137 NVf'll0l', Clmrles ..,.......... 112, 38, 124. 166, 168 Wee:-mer. Dorothy. ..... ..... .... ............. 1 S 0 Welglrllirnnelr-1..100, 120, 126, 152. 150, 160, 162, 42, 7 . XV1-lls, George K. ............... .... ....... 3 l 1 l. 'NX .........9S, 1'l:: ......1-10, 12S,61l . .... ..... . 30 . ,... 128. 141 Wthltely, Utis ....... ....... 1 44, 163 WVhltlow, Guylu.... .............. .75 Xvhltlow, Nvuyne ..... ..... S 6, 95. 136, 66 1Vhltney, Alice .............. .31 Vvhltney, Mary ...... ....... . .......... 1 45 NVl1llney, Mury A ..... ...... 3 0, 32, 114, 146 Wldmer, Eurl. ....... ...... 1 26, 152, 155. 164 1Vlles, Jennie. ..... . ..... 45, 108, 110, 117, 148 Wiles, I-Inrry ......... .............,....... S 6 Wilkes, Mnbcl ......... ............. . ..6S, 114 NVllllums, Peluglus ..... ..... 3 0. 137 Wllliums, Jennie ........ ........ ........... 3 2 Williams. Mue ........... ....... . ............. 1 13 Wllllum:-1. Mutellu ...... ...........,... ......... 7 4 Williams, Roy ..... 86, 120, 149, 152, 154, 172, 174 Nvllllum:-nun, Ralph ...... ................. S 6, 95 wuug. Josephine ........ Nvlllmore. Myrtle .... Wilson, Virginia ..... Wilson. Marie ...... Wilson, Jumes .......... . XVII:-mn, Joe H ........... XVi:-xlmrd, Ulu ..... .......... Wlsmeyer, Mrs. Hurry 128. 114 ........S9.110 ......32, 115 ........71. 140 .. .......... ....... 3 2 180 .........100, 101, 92 04 97 136 NVoodruff, Albert ........ 48, . . . 127, Woodside, Murle ........... NVorden, Blanche. ...... .. Workman, Lawrence .... NVoo:4ter, Lymun C. 1Voo:-xter. Ruth IC ...... Nvrlght, .-Xvlce ...... W rlpqht, Doris ., .... Wulkv. Mntlldn. ....... . Young, Evu..... Zloher. XVurren .......... Zimmerman, Milo .... Zollurs, lleuluh ..... .. ................ 117 .....146. 160 . ........ 30 ....32,1-46 ....32,129 . ..... 132 ....132 ....l7S .. ........ ..74. 128 110 .Sll, 102, TS, El X lin -12 ll Us T. 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