Morningside College - Sioux Yearbook (Sioux City, IA)

 - Class of 1921

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EX JILIBBIS nigfl I L frm, 1-li 1115132 Sioux 1921 Page 2 jflnph jfiflnnument 05321921 biuux uhlisbeh hp the Qllass uf 1921 at ifillurningsihe Clinllege. Ill Jiaerein are cnntaineh lifelike ren: mths uf the 1122715 perfurmeh anh ants cummitteh During une pear uf Clliullege life at QBIIJ 1311. QE. jllilnrningsihe Qllnllege biuux Qiitp, Ziutna Page 4 AIIRAM DEVAUL IRMA STEVENS . FAYE RORAPAUGII BERNICE SCOVILLE MARJORY FOWLER BERNICE RADLEY . RONALD WILSON LAURA ENGBERG . Qtafi . Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor . . . Business Manager . Assistant Business Manager . Department of Classes . Department of Forensics . . Department of Faculty . Department of Organizations MERLE SHAFENBERG . Department of Men's Athletics LORENE WILLIAMS Department of Women's Athletics JEANETTE HARTUNG EVAN ENGBERG . PARK MOOREHEAD MARGARET KIDDER DORIS CHAMP . HOYY'ARD DOWN . LYNN CASTLE . VIRGIL GERKIN . . . Department of Calendar . Department of Calendar . Department of Jokes . Department of Alumni . Department of Snaps . Department of Snaps . Department of Cartoons . . . Assisted in Cartoons BESSIE REED . . I Assisted in Department of Classes F., ' v orningsioe has Iaunebeo upon the greatest pear in ber bis: tory. Jlaer balls are erotnoeo as neher before. jllilanp of ber stuoents babe seen aetipe serhiee in jfranee ano are nom striping to prepare tbemselhes for that greater struggleg "3Keeonstrnetion." Uibis pear tpitnesseo the eonipletion ot a fb900,000 enootpment campaign, tpbieh bios fair for a Qreater if-lilorningsioe. jfrorn this pear, jllilor: ningsioe will strioe into the Svebolastit worlo as neher before: anofutnre gener: ations will feel the impart other aotiante Page 6 Pnorssson C1-1ARLlzs A. MAns1-1 ZBe?Jicatinn n one lnbu has given all tu jllllnrningsiheg tu one tnbnse hirtuuus heehs anh nuhle acts babe inhelihlp impresseh tbemselbes upun our characters: to one steahfast in pur: pose, uhehient to his creator ants true tu his fellutnzmen, helcmeh hp all, nur uhm 1Brntessnr jlillarsbz we, the Cllllass uf 1921, respect: fullp hebicate this Zlnnual -- 9 9' Qnnountement hese pages hahe heen rompileo in oroer to portray in lifelike reality the "Rube of the Sioux." Glo the Stranger, me hope this 'hook mill oeeply impress upon him what JHELQE. means as an Zllma jllilaterg Glo the Stuoents, here: in are tontaineo one year's reroro of illlollege life rnhirh you helpeo make: Glo the Zllumni anh QEx:stuoents me bring greetings from your heloheo Zllma mater: Qlio all, me hahe trieo to set forth in these pages jllllorningsioe ano the spirit that oominates this great Qlollege. we hope for all these things, hut if this hook stanos as a memory of the past ano a glanre into the future of a greater Qliollege, me shall oeem ourseltmes sutresstul Ulahle nf Qliuntents Ennis 16. Qllnllege where memory jfonhlp lingers iBook Ml. Zletihities where C!Effnrt Ulriumpbs Isaak 16535. Qwganigatiuns bpirit nf Qtmoperatiun 1 Bunk 19. jfeatures Q Glimpse tram QBthers 9 Page 10 Qlma mater Sing the praises of dear Alma Mater, Tell of her heroes bold, Lift your voices, the chorus swelling, All her glories now unfold. V Chorus Then cheer for dear old Morningside! To thee we pledge anew Hearts of faithful love, now and forever, Thy loyal sons and true. VVe love thy halls of learning, And where'er we roam, We will cherish the friendships endearing, Fair Morningside, our home. Hear our vow, O Alma Mater, Ever to honor thee, At thy call loyal service we'll offer, For the glory of old M. C. 1 1 1 1 atulig 1 1 1 ri 111 1, 1 1 :,1 rf' sz. 3.1 .,. 1 1 1: M21 I ,1 1, Q4 I E T42 1-Q 1 1 1,1 7 U 1 1 151 1 1 ! . 111 " :1 M 1 1 V '1:1 11 1, , M ' -N-T'TTTkymfwf ,, , 'anQQu111ls1zv::m::1v: ' ' " f ' immimn Q 1--wwf?-?21f.91Pf?!Y.ll? f?"4lZQ'. 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 "1 1 1 1 Payv 1 1111:ru111'.,11.Im1.111,.111i.1l:mi:nu1.11 I G41 UW Swwf Page 12 nmmunmnmnnn nnumumvm Pmzslnam' FRANK E. MossMAN, A. M., D.D. f Ll ! EBU 5 R 4 R muff A A g 5 E E 5 X lv ? 7 'Q 1, , ig, - 5 MA R I ,I K LAURA C. FISCHER, A. M. W. M. GEWEIIR, PH. B., A. M. NAOMI Coon, A. M. Assistant Professor of Ancient Acting Professor of History Professor of Physical Education - Languages Q 3 E E 5 E E E 5 E Q E E E E E E E 5 E Z E E 2 E i E s E 5 z 5 E E E E E HARor.n BUCK AVRRY L. CARLSON, A. M. HERBERT GRANT CAMPBELL Instructor of Violin Acting Professor of Economics A. M. and Sociology Professor of Philosophy -. , .f 6 k, H Cavan V- 7-M, - N -4,ffA : EQ mm11mmEmiqgg f- " 'J f " R 'Jj'Ir,5i' mugummimxi5T1 Q1::uy1n11u1munmw15muuum1mu1u1l1 1 0,1 V, gc sfz:.vfm - sa H- g' Page 13 - he J, - -Q - 2+ .-,, O N. 9 QUIK? Suomi if BUELAH E. AIKEN, A. B. EPHENOR ADRASTUS BROWN MABEL EL1zAmz'r1-1 BROWN Assistant Professor of Biology A. M. Instructor in Expression Professor of Eduration N I ESTHER BAGLEY jlzssuz JACKSON BERTHA I. Bosuzy, A. B. Office Clerk Librarian Insiruotor in Romance Languages ' .fs -J7??1czSz-eve ' 'ff '1 - -.,.f"j W Hm1U1U!m FgTm CP ik- X QlllwliimwwmmjIElIfUHQiIIQilEiIii1Illmlliimllll Page I4 , ,,,.....Af l!IQI11jIll1IUIil'llIIl'IIny ,- O .g'a ' w- ff - Elin Suomi flea Y V m X A - xx , . Ev.QQ,. , I L 3 ffjffffl 1, A ' LILLIAN KENNEDY ELMER ELLSWORTH LYMER GLAnYs LAUx, A. M. Professor of Home Economies PH. D., LL. D. ,flssistant Professor of Romance Q Ifiee-Presidenl and Dean of Men Languages 3 E 5 E fl ff 54 CHARLES ALMER MARSII, B. S. MYRA MILLS, A. M. JAMES REISTRUP Prznezpal of the Aeademy Assistant Professor of English Inslruelor in Pianoforle and Professor of Public Speakzng . E ! if of --,waz-um ' ' 1 ' .ffff fp-W 1 Y' f--fw---- - A M -- 1' 'f .. A A 1 .J MyIBHQIQIQQI:wwUQLIIHLUQITIHQIIIQIIITQIIIIIKIIIIIIIII I 11x1nnulr1xl111n11W vi -X' PY, ,' -Q num lnnu Inn 1111 1 mn 1m n A nun 1IIllII'IHII'ImmIHHIEQIQR Page 15 : EHR? SILLUILIZIE - V4 f z ' 1 fir' E , A, .4 3 g in , W 'X 3 E 2 5 2 1 i M. E. GRAEER, A. M. JAMES J. HAYES, A. M. HENRY FREDERICK KANTHLENER S 5 Acting Professor of Physics Professor of English Literature A. M. and Secretary of the Faculty Instructor of Romance Languages Q HELEN ISABELLE LOVELAND PAUL MAC COLLIN, A. B. ELAZEEETH NEw'roN MAC COLLIN A. B. Acting Director of Conserfvatory Mus. Professor of English Language and Instructor in Vozce Culture Instructor of Theory and Voice 2 ' ., W1 ' "-f' 'if c J -A-- , Y 7 .. , . - -- in ,W -,-.,- ,, ,,, .i....-- - f f' - 5 - 1 IES? A ik. ,..,,,A " ' !l f x ,' wigunduu1lu.uyRusunsruluugmgmglglguglgwuqxluuullmlmlllmlxmuuusmx P Y .- s. - Page 16 ing s. ' 64323: as u ,fly ve' P ' xv! ff, I me Sow u. FAITH Foshan Woonrokn, A. B. Instructor in Pianoforte and Organ f..,.... .. t ff "Lf, 5 J,,t.r4yr1 f 1 ,. .4 , f fi, . 1L,,,, L X. ,. ,.l5yx5y , ERNA Znsmsnokvr JOSEPHINE YOUNG Instructor in Pianoforte flssistant in Expression .51 911 11 ff' 2 Y jAsoN McCoLI.oUcH SAUNDERSON Romzwr NEGLEY VAN Hom-ua . B. BALnwxN, A M A. M. Professor of Religious Education Professor of Physical Education Professor of Mathematics 1250612 J ' E 1 E L ., E E E E O E . . 5 A. B. E ' E I 1 E Ll ' X, 1 '- ,, " " - f- " -- Y- ----M -- - - N. Y f .. QT- . -- FUU1'UU'UUUU'm'IU''"UI'UI'UIf!H'1!U!UlPl1U'UH'H"'U'!Q'lU!"U"'1l1!!!WWlM g - , - s -JAQQQT aff Q' UllllImMlmMNlHlIImm UmMMM11hj ' 0 J 'QB' Page 17 E 5 E E E E E 5 s 5 z n s 4 fs ni' ., v 1 o N . -f Q 3 i n A me Simms M11 47 3-All E i Z a 1 i I H ' s 5 E s 2 5 5 E 5 i 2 i 2 E S FREDERICH SCHAUB, A. B., D. D. KAT1-nzR1Nl: SPRY, A. B THOMAS C STEP1-1xzNs, A B , M D ' Professor of Biblical Literature Assistant Professor of History Professor of Biology 3 5 , V f if if ' fi Mx ,i flwl' su ,- C ,1 , V A-.N A El it V YH: E5 I K Q ff ,. 'il i Q A7 if 7 -1' s. A lx. 'i ilu 41 E ll 'fi I L1LLmN Enousu Duvnvxrrfr, A.M. JAMES AusT1N Coss, M. S Acmzs B FlzncUsoN, A M A Professor of Ancient Languages Professor of Chemistry Professor of German 7 and Dean of Women Q 191-r' ---- Xt.. s .27 Sea?" ' U' ' L Zgulxxuullnxmm uluuxrmuunnrnnmlnlnxg 5- X 'K P , WIH HmmUI X ,ft""1 ., , Y -Y , Page 18 ADMINISTRATION EXPENSE 2 E s E E E S 5 s 5 E E 5 2 I i 5 E E 5 5 E :Awe :? GEO. C. CALL W. H. SPENCE O. M. BOND L. J. BRENNER IIERBERT CLEGG E. M. CORBETT EEE Sirmnnf College Committees EXECUTIVE OOMMITTEE L. J. HASKINS C. H. KAMPIIOEFNER J. H. ICLAUS E. C. I-IEILMAN J. C. Locum W. T. MACDONALD D. A. MCBURNEY C. VV. PAYNE ROBERT SMYLIE VV. S. SNYDER J. B. 'TRIMBLE H. E. HUTCI-IINSON W. P. MANLEY PUBLICITY AND STUDENT PROMOTION J. B. TRIMBLE L. J. HAsKxNs J. C. LOCKIN CHAS. BEACHAM L. J. BRENNER L. J. HASKINS C. P. KILDORNE D. A. MCBURNEY J. E. BENZ - W. H. SPEN-CE L. J. HASKINS W. T. MACDONALD GEORGE ALLEE J. B. TRIMBLE W. D. Bouzs E. M. CORBETT J. C. Locxm GEO. C. CALL L, J, BRENNER C. P. IQILBORNE ' NORMAN MCCAY M. F. McDOWELL GENERAL ENDOWMENT E- C- HHH-MAN W. E. TACPIABERRY W. P. MANLEY M. F. MCDOWELL C. VV. PAYNE NORTHVVEST GERMAN ENDOWMENT F. W. KLAUS W. J. LOECK W. J. LOECK W. S. SNYDER H. E. HUTCHINSON INSTRUCTION AND INSTRUCTORS O. M. BOND C. H. KAMPIIOEIFNEIQ M. F. McDOWELL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS L. J. BRENNER C. W. PAYNE W. S. SNYDER LIBRARY W. D. BOIES H. I-I. LOCRIN J. C. LOCRIN DEGREES E. M. COREE'r'r W. T. MACDONALD J. L. PANZLAU NOMINATIONS L. J. BRENNER O. M. BOND J. B. TRIMELE D. A. MCBURNEY J. B. TRIMBLE I-IEREERT CLEGG ROBERT SMYLIE GEO. C. CALL F. O. BARZ F. C. TAYLOR W. H. SPENCE E. A. MORLING J. B. TRIMBLE CHAS. BEACHAM . D A MCBURNEY P 1 r 'ba N E tn FV E1 N I ig E E 5 s Q ,ESQ-'--1 Og P55 L. Page I9 P . if-sf'fg EHR? 5111311115 .,f A5413 I wxvj , r ,Mi College Office' Stal? ESTIIER BAGLEY . D. A. MCBURNEY . . . L. J. HASKINS . KATPIERINE NURSE . . . Prcsidz'nt's Prifuale Secretary Finlrl Secretary Business Manager Bookkccpcr Board of Trustees-Morningside College CHARLES BEACHAM W. D. BOIES O. M. BoNn A. G. Buss R. T. CHIPPEREIELIJ E. M. CORBETT F. 0. BARz L. J. BRENNER GEO. C. CALL G. C. CLAUSSEN HERBERT CLEGG H. E. HUTCHINSON GEORGE ALLEE J. E. BENZ H. W. SCHNEIDER N. R. HATHAWAY P. E. HELD D. A. MCBURNEY s I 9 2 0 L. J. HASKINS C. H. KAMPPIOEFNER NORMAN MCCAY J. H. KLAUS SCOTT M. LAnn J. L. PANZLAU 1921 F. W. KLAUS C. P. KII.RoRNE H. H. LOCKIN J. C. LOCKIN F. C. TAYLOR W. T. MACDONALD 1922 M. F. MCDOWELL E. A. MORLING J. G. SHUMAKER ROBERT SMYLIE W. E. TACKABERRY C. W. PAYNE GEORGE RAW W. S. SNYDER W. H. SPENCE F. H. TIAIIEL WALTER TORBETT W. P. MANLEY J. METCALF BENNETT MITCHELL J. P. NEGUS H. B. PIERCE J. B. TRIMBLE G. F. TINCKNELL R. G. WEEE W. J. LoEcR ED. RICH E. J. LEIGHTON J. H. O'DONAGHUE 5 , ms'-f': ' , 3 Page 20 ?. me .MIT 2 :qug,f'l5,':3w',W .if ' fx 1 when illllemnrg Zlfnnhlg illingnrnv ,C N, R. 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HHH? wwf i 1 5 2 E 2 i N 1 U, 1 5' 'Q 5 . 5 Q S 2 2 ! S 5 i S 5 a i 2 E 5 5 E 2 a 1 g 5 2 S 3 5 B S E 3 5 2 5 I 1 ' 1 4 . :wig 'ww X ' H ' . , 45 JE X ' , ' ,L ,.,5,.z.Q JN f l nies nv' , ,4,mufw,1'1aq :QQ .. . ,,v,k,,Ag,f .wwx 4,,, Q nw 'wqx - gv' 9 y. X "e 5 3 MAIN HALL S i E E1 ' I ef 1? Oh, Morningside, thou art fha "Prid4' of ilu' Sioux", F X Xlnd 1wr'll honor My name cfvz'r1nore,' Yi To llly .rtandanl fwe'll cfvcr be loyal and irur, ' 4 fl: thy sons L'fUL'f haw been before. 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I I . 1 1 11 151 1,1 11 1 11 155 11 1 1111 ill 1111 1131 . 11, 11 CONSERVATORY 111 1VQ 19 111 1 11 7 39 131 1 P, 11 1211 1 I 111 11' 1 11'1 H1 Nil E f ll! F1 111 llfz' 1ll'l' glad for fha days Ilia! fwr"'vv .rjwni on illy lzills, 113 find Illr' frir'nd.rbips fwz"fvz' farmcd in thy hallsj ,4nd for dear Alma Main' our hmrls .shall beat siill, fj! lflllfll at last fwz' shall Iurn from thy fwalls. 11 111 11 . .-. f-- J 11 x , ,5,Jl'2z:z-qw-Q ,Q-Wg.-V-if-2'90f:g2,, 1 ' lmhiImImmWIl ml.mmHlmmM1IlII'Il11Iili',1 Hun 11Qi1:'11. ',1i'.-'Till'-fn iY"4S!g,.'lI ,ifif ' .. 1, hr hd ,,,. JSM, .. f ',i,4,w W . --Jv'dQ,n1WinQ,x,,p V, , 1111 1 1 11 1 11 1 ,,1.1111,111.5X j gdfi-Mint : :a1i,.,,:1t::.1fL,g', in Page 26 g 1, i- .Nm 4-1 ' 5 i S 5 s i Q .. ' r' 5 V' Z 5 r ww f 3 I 2 ' ' .Lf-' 5 xg ! I Nl-J i u 2 '- , E I . 1 'f I 1. i s I W il, 1 11 wi i .,.1.... ...-.,.-A.-,----w--Q - --awww? ... W. 1gqv-'-'f wf- T' -- - - -..-...,-. ..-....,-i. Q v-ww-rvw '-qwy-rv-w-- v-,-pp.,-...,,,... V.. ... 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Pella, Iowa if A famous history shark, aspiring to Ph. D., This industrious Dutchman, a fine success -will be. 'il H1 ll ll N llll ll - 1111 HAROLD BUTLER . . . Tyndall, South Dakota A fvory strong thinker, a student good, Knofwn fwell by ft'-w and rarely understood. 1,1 115 ' li 1', 511 311 I ,111 Il, l 111, CARROLL NORTHRUP . . . . Sioux City, Iowa 1 Nordy's our student president, a mighty good 1 ono, too, I, l 1 1 1 A beacon light in athlotics--an optimist thru 13 and thru. 11- lil E1 111 E1 H H1 1 1 1 Ax1zL Jol-IN BECK . . . Alcester, South Dakota fl football hero, a debater of might, l And, ah, in fussing he takes delight. 'lil ill 111 Qi! I1 1 111 F11 ll! rv, - -H xr! ll f ffzwncbrzve . ,--V X f f-X-f r , .1 1 - J-. , ,,,, H ,A .-, U .., , -41.11 A1 1 1 1111 1 1 11111 1 1 1 1111.11 :fry ----- is--7l::'3.? N'f?-'ik Q 11111 1' 1 1 llllll 11111111111111 lllx V UHRQWIIP f - 1 111111 V15 1 f I 111 11' ,, ,. f 1,1111 I l1'lI!ll , , .1 ' " L x xi 'X -If , X, -,H ' QQLM5f15Vi1-I 1 1 , 1 '-Tf-- is-Menvw-ew Seniors HAZBL BERGESON . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Her ability to lead is sbofwn beyond doubt In society, business, forensics, or in the ath- letic bouts ELIZABETH BRADLEY. . . . Sioux City, Iowa Elizabetlfis a business fwoman of ability to be treasured, Sbe's determined in her fway, and e-very 'word is measured. Q BEATRICE CARVBR . . . . . . Spencer, Iowa Beatriceis ideas are decided, fwhatefver she says must go,' Has a lot of executifve ability. "No fwith ber means No." ADA GENETTE CARTER .... Whiting, Iowa Xl cheerful disposition, e-ver in demand,- A forensic leader, born to conquer and com- mand. . ff" , A-"f -'7"-'Xrfx--f-f 1 'f ,..nw21:. new M,,f-i-- - A f X f .--V-Ni..--. f --f--wi-----I Il 111111111111 1 1 1111 111111 1 11:11. kf:NL':IL,li'- fi' "1EfHfX?f' K I 1 11 1 11 ,fi,.- e --.f-'vs-,-. 1, 14, ,- -, 42:3 C,-,1-4'-N' H,g,g,- . .,,,,,....,,,,,,....: , CF V O 'h:QLLY u NX 7 ,f "J T - f 47' ? ' YJQF 0 x 6v"",. .l A A N17 -h - I i Seniors 3 e A VBTA MAURINE CLARK . . . Sioux City, Iowa S 2 Veta's a conscientious student, of musical in- clinationj I Is a capable 1-worker, -'worthy of much adora- tion. 5 MCKINLBY EVANS . . . . . . Early, Iowa 1 McKinley is a quiet little 1nan,' f Enjoys chemistry and steps 'whenever he can. MARTHA Fmsny Crnusr . . Sioux City, Iowa E A remarkable student-fwith us just one year. Ilas unbounded initiati-veg more of her 1we'll hear. HUGH B. Foulcz JR. . . . Sioux City, Iowa .4 sincere, fuersaiile man, busy in any' line : you name, Be it college, church fworh, or in the social 5 5 gam e. 5 i 3 f S 3 2 Z f 2 I F 2 Y 4 111 1 4, l, , ' V?1C1fl'l?1z ' '1 7A " ' ,wif IIi1'll'LD'UllIIIi1.l!IlIilIllllIllllIi Z? ' fl' x 2,5 " X A 3. yu:mmu11numn1m u mm 1 1FE1x1rnm1E1MrlTlYLlfqQgqyfiQ ,gp V P 1 I x , Ng-C17 V V -W - Page 42 s s I Z E E s s 5 E a 5 1 "1bEiM , o YgQpff5,,Q ,f a t ,sa is , A V , T QF , ., X -94 .4,-E! 'Ng 'f A --'----- . , , .Seniors ETHEL MARIE DAY . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Ethel enjoys a gay ti1ne,' a student of marked degreq Made collcgeqn three years, a chemist she fwill be. E . 5 FLOSSIE DAY . . . . . . Gilmore City, Iowa A capable, modest fworkerg a Christian lead- er,toog The culinary artist of the class, a friend sin- ccre and true. MARY MARGARET DOLLIVER . Sioux'City, Iowa A storehouse of enthusiasmf an all around live A-wire,' . 5 Succeeds often-success depends only on de- sire. VERLE ALLEN HART. . . . Omaha, Nebraska Shy and bashfulg a conscientious friend,- Knofwn for his kindness, on hi1n you can de- pond. I i E E ! 2 1 - Q' ., an '37-T ' , ii Hr5uuuI1lr11'iJ11umu111m1uiM1hExn111m1lV Z " ' 'L I " , milmlmllilIIIIIIIHIIULIIUI 11 ll 1'1nu1'gHiQ:QQ N .. J2v,z:i,, lgv P, Page 43 A--- --- ---M ...f . .....-.-A ...V .. ...Y . -. I, --....-- A I I'I2:"vr.,fw-,vfm ,. Q' , If- " Xkale H A. X, n ,X ,7j'fNMX,,,..f ' I I I , 1 ll 11 ,'lI' " W-,I 'K mi. 'I' N A ' I- Seniors Amos WM. HARTMAN .... Lehigh, Iowa A composition of bard fwork and little pleas- ure. Quiet, reserved, sensible beyond the average measure. ALBERTA MAE HANsoN . . . Odebolt, Iowa Mae is a fine student, her fate is already sealed We understand, sbe's accepted the call to serve in the "Ho1ne Field". ELMBR WAYNE HILMBI1 . Independence, Iowa Wayne dearly loves to step and giggle, Cbaraeterized by a grin, a scuffle and a fwiggle. Lmz C. HORNEY ...... Le Mars, Iowa fl pink complexion, an athlete fine, Gives Lee a headmark in the fussing line. , .,Z-T'iff.'?f-77--.N"'.x-v-f X ffgdlillfctoll ,af---'J ,ac --' Q ff" " '11 1 i,Q,E'-41-Y..5wf,'f. fs- fa .- . -I I n j H W "" 'if-all-" V' IIIIII " ' II I IIIIII I I I I II III III II Im" --ee,3Q3gfg..ff3:::f2E5i'2fEff"? - 'ln I I I I I I , , ,.......,--..,--.. f, . W.-.1-----------Y-. .,,. ,,...........,,-.-e e..,.-.--.E,-,Y ,Am , . . W, ....,,. .-.I rlihi--xv W- ,-' .42 IMA' 'H' 'W 1 "" fff'-'M im" ' """"' "' '1""""'-"N" '- -M--"-- MII' I... I I. . E- II IN.. X V. Q5 NXYIIHII ' I 4 ,N wx NV' f"- I'-If H 1'.3'.I-ff' 'T' E-,..........--5li.SJ1ll.f-.-..'.-i',Mft 'Q ffQ,f QQ, , V , Q 'I ' ' I HI If 0 II Semors I I TII ,II IIII ,QI LENNA M. HERRON . . . . . Le Mars, Iowa II' 'il Lenna's a host of funj misses a good time ne-ver, ,Lai Seldom serious, nefver sad, allways dresses X clefuer. 'P IIII X If I IW Ik , If Ill I I I I ' III II: MI I 3 ' CLARENCE D. KL.NT'F . . . . Radcliffe, Iowa 'I Dafve lofves to be contrary for the sake of 11 debate. ' Wff In , . . . . III VII .4 jofwal mzxer, nefver burns the study ozl 12' fl' late. .I -II MII II! X 4 III . "II Q' III Wil III IIII Mu.ToN KLAUs . . . . . . Hitchcock, Iowa IIII A steady fworker, persefvering, and true, H1 A I-would be stepper, and a Deutscher, too. I-I 321 l.I I ' ' I Ili. IIQI I I I I IIII N ,, l,,I I I' ,-2 l, 1'I HERBERT MAHooD . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Here's a mixture of seriousness and fun III combined, 1 .4 gentleman so extraordinary can hardly be 1 ' defined. ' II , III I , M I II I I I , .li 'I I 1 ' II, I Iam, 114533-ff , I I I ifti I U91 1'..I1.lII I I I I I III I ' ' F ,X - N -II I I I IIIIIII.III:II,'IIIf.fi f-sg 0 L . w -5- -. We wwf I i Seniors MARGUERITE JOHNSON . . . . Cherokee, Iowa A Latin major and also a good musician, Very unassuming, though capable in any position. GLADYS KNAPP ...... Westfield, Iowa A shy, quiet person, scarcely knafwn by all, She's rapable and peppy, farm life is her call. THoMAs Kms LLOYD . . . Linn Grove, Iowa A ladies' many a haberdasher's model com- plete. Takes pleasure in all actiwiliesg a sturdy athlete. JoHN H. MCBURNBY . . . . Sioux City, Iowa fl great fuisitor once his frendship you gain,' fl man of business ability, dates on a Sehal- ler bound train. I Q1 I 1 ,f 'dfnczfrzve f "lf ' al.-W..- V--W V...Y .VY-Ya----W --Y- - QC'-N" -- , -'x',- - ---if- Y.. duUuull11m5nu11w1,1mlmmmm11n1m11ImyL-11glllyiylwgguxxrwmgxqngpxng g---'- -3:5-REQ?-id s 4'Nj - nnxmllinllnxwpgzglglgll-InAumnnmxmunuxunun1luu11un111mul111nngqum LL- CFI- Jfzj-,TLiQT.-,lxsif -3 Page 46 L. N R ET 50 iff- - ,374 Mi oifxk' Q Uinflilliif fi ii -'- A 1-hun! ' "fN! ,,gfr 1 V , """ T ' E S ' i enl0fS 2 E E HARRIETT LAWRENCE . . . . Sioux City, Iowa A paradigm of ploasanlniw, spreads joy as she gofsg E Serious ncfvcgfas is the A-weather, so her woes. 5 S I 3 HAROLD EvERE'rrl: RAUN . . Sioux City, Iowa a Ilap is a gonoral fafvorilo, alfways lzfvns up Z Io his namo. Ability in athlctirs and fussing has landrd him murh famr. h S l i S S AI.VERDA MARY MoN'rcoMERY Sioux City, Iowa Another loyal booslor upon fwhom you mn dvpvndj E I She's persrfvcring, paticnl, loyal, to the ond. ' S 2 EARNEST H. SANGER . Rackham, South Dakota A ministerial candidate, hear! good as gold. Guilty of cradle robbing, no more need be '54 told. E gi I tl I X il Ei A ii ii! E! , gg - -M ,ta MEEQQHQEQQIIIIIHEIIIIiillliillil ii ll lil! umr 1I1lmll11u1x1llnnn.iulwTQ 3 fi x I inmmzlulmlllmmnun1umLumlumuummimmnllumu111u1xulju1QQEgQ Page 47 A -i ,, .uct ,af '1:ffA-VN 1 t r"1liM'm'-y dc -ov-'f'f"',1f.' - Llgllfzl X ,i qv fm K--vitrmwniflyw - - it I ,, ,X .,,, .. -.1 I-t fi , .-V f' '. gil, , - ,i I ,X , V i, ,.-, . V, - .l,.,,,.--... nn, ,Mv-i,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,-l..,,,,,,, , I, , ,A v , Seniors MARGARET Zaum STOLT . . Sioux City, Iowa fl paragon of friendship, an excellent stu- dent, too, Graduating in three years, .fhofws what she can do. JACOB Tluzxfz . . . . Tolstoy, South Dakota Here'.r a debater and orator, a friend all .should make, lVherwer you find him, he'.t honest, good old Jake. EVA TREMAN . ..... Lake City, Iowa E-ua is a dandy, .the date: on names of nafval .vtyle,' Difvide: her time fwell among actifvities fworth fwhile. BASIL R. TnUsco'r'r . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Small in stature, but weighty abo-ve the eye, A dogmatic thinker, allways looking for the ffwhyll. , ,mv ,,,..-XY. 1 z rx f -I -f - , - --f- ! X f ' ,-'Alla .X ,X I ,.,..,...-fl '1 ,-,...- ,-.-.W , . . A J,---' , . ...,.. ' -- A' 115, -71: f'l.r-.TZ , I, 5- . .V N' --I f-Nw, iwlw- 'sv' '39 -' ' v-',v,,.-5 ,, . f g4,,,t-..'g, Q . . J - fires, N Sig X 'H' -'-ix .. xx, - v.:-'T-tfimfix f- ,, l'm"gb clot-iQ2KQ-'?,,AIf,-WL. fl' M .V Q! M S3QMl1rR-Ya, ,vm ' Q5 Ty lim, 1.f'.,lf11t1!.!m .A Q 1' A 1 A 'X A w ,,lf,,py vtr,,..' l,!,U , ,um 147, V-N, .xy , , . X Tho, 4 1, L x 'Mig C JXPQA-PW: MQQQQ -A---M ,W-,, -- -- .f-A-v.-.,: A ., R ,NJ Seniors " 4 ERVINE CARL WENIG ..... Inwood, Iowa "0be" is a stalwart jelloqw, dependable and fine. Sacrifeed grides for athletics, a star in efvery A line. GRACE WISPIARD . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa "Still fwaters flofw deep" characterize: Grace fwell. What she plans or thinks, "Stony" alone can tell. , WM. CARL WOLLE ..... Belmond, Iowa Bill'.r a friend to all, with plucle enough to spareg A Christian leader, a buxy student, fits in elveryfwhere. , 1 . ?..-- fr ,lt'7?1Nrl'1z ' 34--x'3'Yj1',,--'f' '- W? HI . ,. :Tiff to F is UV GO YM X mmf 91111111112 ff g QQgK II I I I1 III Ii' '-'- M U II , I W ,I IIII III II'g II II, III II I1 III I 'I I, :I I I I I I 9 I I I I I Is I II I ,I I4 I I tl: - I si LI I 4 I I I I I I I I I , I ' I 1 I i I ir I IL, I I I I1 1I IQEIEIIIIIMI Page 50 l5jfi5'f313 l? ' 4,- GEVHUQ gimme 3 ' Juniors F 3 fl , 2 E E 'l uk ,y E l I n I 5 r 2 f 5 r 2 3 1 E 1 2 r Q BERNICE SCOVILLE, PREsmEN'1' E E s 1 OFFICERS ? BERNICE Scovu.1,1z . . . . President Q EVAN ENGBERG ...... Vice-President 7 EVELYN BALKENIA . . . Secretary and Treasurer . T THOMAS FRIEST . Student Council Representative D ri rr J J l ' fi fi u 3 Ex : V , Q Kiwi-gEgE1 L1 5 " fl . 'F " r " 1 j' m EExriirmuMruxuzazzzx-z1r1n1iii ' ,jar 5, --' Q9 l P' 3 Page 51 ,Ein imilflliffl I. 111 1 1 ll 111 11 I " f UV' gc 20 ' 1"wf5'llg5Q, KX fm uf Llllll? EEHQISXX Juniors ARTHUR ABBL . . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa As a practical joker, he has gained some rep- utation among those who know him best. Friendly and frank, his friends have always found him. He is well liked by students and faculty, and he has proved himself 100 per cent efficient ln several lines. HELEN Ammo ....... Omaha, Nebraska Helen takes great pleasure in her school work and is as merry as the day is long. She is al- ways full of pep and no one can be blue when she is around. Her studies are never neg- lected, although she has a good time. She stands for a high standard of all that is best and lends dignity and influence upon any project she undertakes. Hliznr. ANDERSON. . . . . . . Salem, Oregon Here's a' girl who'll never fail you. She works in the oflice and has given out many disappointments-that is, grades. She be- lieves in doing what is expected of her and lives up to that heliefg has a sunny disposi- tion and a smile for everyone, and hides more playfulness than most folks ever had. GLADYS ARMBRIGHT . . . South Sioux City, Iowa Here is a girl that deserves much merit. Every day she comes to school from South Soo City-a long, long ride-and all for an edu- cation. She spends a good deal of her time on the trip, but when she gets here, she always seems to have plenty of pep left. Although she works quietly, she works well. ,2Wtzc6tl'Jz A ' . ' - 1 f- 45553 tee l 4545! Ss. F5 a5U.IIi1IlILiE Q 1 ' O' ,.32ef'rfFfwt. . ...,, .. ....... -,, 'in J unzors 9 7 Egg ,-"' ,gg 1 1 ' 1' ff? 'il STANLEY BASHAW .....-- Akron, Iowa N, gli "Stan" believes in having a good time, but L .i ' will really work if necessary. He dotes on 'X tricks and is another criminal in the Hfussing , , line". He is always struggling onward with fr , fl, a rin that never fadesg is always on hand, ' ' Q I S gi ani-i receixis much credit for his services. He Rf' i once thought seriously of going into the bar- 'i ' - l ber profession. l ZELLA BALDWIN ...... . Spencer, Iowa ' 1, il: Limited space prevents an adequate resume of the characteristics of this vivacious, versatile I member of our class. In scholarship, in for- hi' ensics, in athletics, in Y. VV. work, and in the 'N 'ill various other activities in which she has en- ' 4 gaged, her success has been very marked. A I ' . special shark in mathematics and a student of distinction in every department. If yotrwant t ' to know more about her, go to her hospitable , W f lii' home and try some of her home-made candy. i ' , a. - I ll EVELYN BALKEMA ..... Orange City, Iowa ' ZW' L Evelyn won her way into the hearts of the Juniors when she first joined the Freshman I , " ll class. She is always on hand for the good r li times we have and we do not realize her full V. worth, but we sure appreciate what we do A Q ii know. Evelyn has the qualities for leader- A Q .H ,, ship combined with those of loyal friendship. , 5 She is an ideal college girl. PAULINB BARRETT ....... Percival, Iowa V V' ' Pauline has a very lovable disposition and is , as cheery and as merry as they make them. She is a true friend and scatters sunshine 'i wherever she goes. Devoted to her studies, she -tv makes good grades as a result, but never-the- If less, she is one of the most obliging persons in ll, Morningside. True clear through, of marked n personality, with a strong will and determin- lip ation, which insures success. -N il l l l i w ,L " M 7 -"-7' :L l mm mmmmmnmmmmulll"Ulllllwlwmlmindllmnilliluiildmin f L x rn llllllllllil mm lllllllllllllllll mul i Hllllllmllilllhilhmflmmiiilliliiilillligk 0 W f Sewer- Ellie Saunas f ' giibiix Imqg I - A-'.41?:f " 41? f . 3 Juniors FRANCIS BEACHAM . . . . . Farnhamville, Iowa 5 . . Q Beachy is an all around college girl. She is always there when anything is going on and i is ever willing to do her share. She is a true friend and has a smile for everyone. Her studies take up most of her time, but she man- ? ages to take a little recreation now and then. She is a girl whom everyone admires. HAZEL BRADLEY . . . . . . . Schaller, Iowa Precious articles come in small packages. Hazel is little, but there is lots to her. She is a loyal worker, especially in Y. W. C. A. work. She is long on labor and short on play, and knows that the greatest doers are not always the greatest speakers. She is a girl 2 who knows the value of an education and takes advantage of her opportunities. Mmm: BROUSHTON . . . . . Lake View, Iowa 2 Marie has varied interests in life. For in- s a E stance: there's her college course, which holds 5 a certain degree of interest for herg then, there's her music, in which she has attained a very pleasing and sweet voiceg then, last but 2 not least, there is "Hank", for whom she holds more than a passing interest. But then, Marie W is a very charming young lady, and we don't g blame "Hank" a bit. LYNN E. CASTLE . . . . . Correctionville, Iowa Lynn is a conscientious worker, who applies Z himself to his studies, unless interrupted by- 5 well, you know who. He is a little hard to Q get acquainted with, but once your friend, al- 3 ways your friend. 2 5 2 '3'me6vea 5 :-.fi 'Cla-1' imu X 'Q ' fg V' V " , 'K -f i' lgummnuunruuumnnnuh W- f ,-iv' I gp as T Page 54 Lillie fglilllllllii' M ,- 1 E04 Juniors DORIS CHAMP . . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa One of the twins. Since Doris has that rare privilege of being a twin, it is no more than right that we should dedicate a little poetry to her. f Is it Merle, or is it Doris, whose picture I see here? If it is Doris, we know her shadow, Merle, must be near. If it be Doris, or if it be her double, you will vouch with me, I know, That duty and steadfastness about them will always grow. MERLE CHAMP .... . . . Sioux City, Iowa Now, since we've written a verse about Doris we'll endeavor to write one about Merle, too. Since we are no longer in doubt as to whom these words are about, Let us lift our lvoices in praise of Doris' shadow, Merle, And our flag of "trust" and "faith" to her un url. ARTHUR J. Comms . ..... Red Oak, Iowa Art is one of the best debaters in school. He is a member of several debating teams and has marked ability along that line. He is a great booster for all college activities. There is no use trying to be sad when Art is around. FLOYD A. CoNNl:Rs ..... Sioux City, Iowa Floyd is the financier of the class.- He has l i shown his ability along banking and spends L most of his time in Professor Carlson's classes. He can be seen driving a car most any time, except when the car is standing in front of a prominent boarding house. F E b I . 1 ea ' H' - . I mmmmmmmmlfgiuiuuinnnmunminnmiuuiiumsuinumliiilixiimi -5- - -in I A-JSA 'i' ' Afgm-'ww Y' - -'-'- - f - K ' v , ULIQEUUQIms-IXIQIIUUlUWIll! mmImu1xx1u1n1m::5 .A 1- 'jf 45, 125539 ' ?- A Page 55 i , W K X K 1 I C M Q Juniors Ammm DBVAUI. ...... Albert City, Iowa Our editor is one of the busiest of the busy. He is an orator, a debater, a student, and a stepper. Always busy, yet ever' ready to render assistance or give counsel. His vo- cation is law, and his favorite pastime is de- voting nights to Day. Hxkiw Doeatxcsrism . . . Gilmore City, Io When "Slick" has something good on you, he wastes no time in letting you know about itg but behind it all there is a lot of good feel- ing. On first coming to school, he had a hobby of taking "snaps" which no one knew about. To know Harry is to know a good man. ' Mmm: DoucLAs . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Her kind nature has won for her many true and lasting friends, which makes her one of the jewels of old M. C. Marie is a girl whose dignified bearing commands respect, and acquaintance means admiration. Sweetly serious, and as intellectual as she looks, she is ever at the front' in a good cause, while the honors attached to her name attest to her popularity. Howako L. DowN ..... ' . . Odebolt, Iowa Howard is not a fusser, but this does not mean that he is not liked by the ladies. He doesn't like to back down on any proposition, and can be counted on to carry anything through. He is a very thorough student, a good worker and a good fellow. ea - " fl' e-' ' i 1 Y" ,Ti 1 l l lilii llllIIllll'lil1llllllllIIlllllI.llII1'llIlll1 X 1 llllllllllll lllilllllllillllllflliilillllllllll l l l ll ll Illl Ill lll t wx P I 1, wqmllu Ulm I lu 1 V PM I vw, ,,,, v,j"f, .:,-,,::T:":'.--:: -.. --..-. - ,II-Tnvfigigr..--g,1ggL... ' fIf.!I'III,I I. I-5, IQQQQO A ,. ,-xg, -Q I "I IIII IIIIf. fIf329II,III,IHII,I,I-IIIQ, '1-' L xx III, .-Igf -, IwId.- ,- -,UIIIII ...h.i..-,.A., 'II HI I-v I- .W VN if I I, I I I I, ,,,. -- ,,,.. .......-.s.................Y-.. ........,, N AVI.-I ' t i .....,., . ,.,. ....... ...V .--.......----v-M.---m ----,- ----V--W -. .,.. ..-.-.- .,.. ...-. .,,, ...., .......-. , ........s.-............e..........-,..,, I L . I I Ig Juniors III ,I , EVA DUNAGAN . . ..... . . Sloan, Iowa I , I Eva is just a wee slip of a girl, with red hair, II III blue eyes, and a true Irish disposition. She I I I2 is a live wire and no one can be dull when III IPI she is argind. She also takes pleasure in her I-I SIQII hooks and gets the maximum results from the I 'I . . -' IjI time which she spends. She has a kind and I II' gentle heart to comfort friends and foes. - Y I LAURA ENGBERG. . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa I- Laura is back in school again, after spending a year teaching. She has high aspirations and strives hard to reach them. Give Laura III any job and you can make up your mind she A 5 will do it without any doubt whatsoever. She I'-II I has the characteristics of a great leader and a IIII I strong character, and is a student of marked IIQII I ability in chemistry and domestic science. I 5 - 5 ' I I 5 . . . I-I EVAN ENGBERG . . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa - II 3 Evan is a musician who is always boosting 5 for Morningside. He is a member of the Im- :I I perial Quartet, which has gained much prom- 2 inence this year. If optimism were riches, 5 "Shanks" would be a millionaire. He is a I good natured sport who will endure anything I I - from abuse to honor without Hinching. III I I III I MARVEL EVANS . . . . . Sergeant Bluffs, Iowa E III I Marvel is irresistible. She is always in over- I '? I . . . . II I flowing spirits and always up to something II.I I mischievous or otherwise. She has been known IIIIE I to step with "Shelf" and is quite frequently I seen in his Ford as it rattles its way to that I i I' far-famed metropolis of Sergeant Bluffs. Mar- Ig vel is a conscientious student and as a result 5 I gets good grades. I I I 3 1 E , IE 'I I I,-I I fI I I IJ I , " I ea ' -'J' fi f EI l1lLllllllll.llElllllllIlIlllllllllllll mm I llllllllllllllllllll mimi-.I , 4" ' 'I lv- II I 4" P-, 1' .illllIliilZlllIlll ilmlimllmmiljlilliIlillllllllllillllllliill llflllllilhllliillhirlz I Y-Y , . . 'gp '- "3 5- 0 X Ellliff Swami 3 E4 l l 'l l,. , ,,,--1 Juniors V' aff! MARGARET FERGUSON . . . . . . . Rolfe, Iowa ,i A us, and she has been missed by all. Mar- ? ' Margaret was unable to finish this year with L . . garet never pushed herself in anywhere, but 5 V j',3i " gendeness and cheerfulness, her synipathedc 21 ' M nature, and, in fact, her whole general char- ,rd 1 acter made her welcome wherever she went. Z i dfgip ' , r Y 5 Am i ' ' THOMAS Fnuzsr . . . . . . . Radcliffe, Iowa . Here's a fellow who is a real sport. If you Ii! bf didn't know him, you might think he was A 'f,,,.,"' very quiet and bashful, but just get him 1 started and there's no end of fun. He's a baseball player from away back. A gentle- ' man in every respect-thatls Tom. BAARGARET FRANCHERE . . . . Smux Chy,Iowa ' 6 Margaret is deeply bound up in her studies. P ' Q, She has come to college with a steadfast pur- E -I?" pose in view, namely, to learn, and she has M, accomplished and is accomplishing things. A i She B nmdem and unaxunnng yu a Hue Q friend, and has an artistic and cultured spirit. E A X Vuzcu, GERKXN . . . . . Correctionville, Iowa Q' "Gerk" is a shining light in the class. By the J appearances, his favorite color is red. He is a f gwdmmumd MghwHw,Hmefdbw,wM never hurries but ets there just the sameg is v S gl rather quiet, but just let him get started and is away he goes. The longer you know him the ld bener you Hke hun. i 5 5 Z f ,, : s,s e , r. f -1-e o- X of - W X.: ' 'Z-Q' il X ' L' mmmdllhllllll num Illllllilllllllllllll nm Page Y - i vs o .,Pv1'FA ,26- f 'l me Sirius f J af' t 7:1 ,.. f e f f Q J umors s ""'C117 isss V A 5 , E HELEN GxLnEn'r . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa X - Helen is one of our most capable girls. Noted K for her cheerful smile and persistence. She is f ' quiet and unassuming, and another of our K i good students. One of the most generally E liked girls that ever made Morningside hap- V, 5 pier by her presence. She loves a good time , 3 5 and is capable of doing her share towards 3 - - F5 Z maklng it. M: - I, M E 5 ' Y 5 1 : . . ' 5 Q Esrmzx Gooosmz .... . . Sioux City, Iowa E E Esther is a student in every sense of the word. , E Q She still has time for play, but her studies are " 1 E 5 . never neglected. You -can give her anything - E E to do and count on her to do it well. She is Q E a mine of richest friendship. Her friendship E Q is like a habit-"once acquired, seldom lost". E 3 i i DWINT ICKMANI ronson, owa N A ln A V! 13.1-1f........B.1.. ti 2 Ed is a man who is always at his best when f 2 L helping others. He mixes common sense and 5 pride in his work. He comes a long way to l S school each day, but when he gets there he Qi still is full of life. He is a good friend and j does not believe in working his friends to - death. fl I : lViOR'l'ON HOWVARD. . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa " 5 i Morton can play the piano to perfection and g can keep his audience spellbound. He is al- . E . r - ways willing to do something to help someone : else, and is supremely happy when he is 'f . entertaining the ladies. X Q ' 2 l E ' lr " E - 2 li ea- no QE ' wwf' H' is ' ofa g W.. lllHEMliilllllllliwijlllMQQUmlmmlhlElQh Il li 1 'i " ' limi'Uil1UIulllI lllllfIlQlmmlmlilllllhmmllllllllllllllllllyg C ef- , wdwf - Page 59 1. 'f,I H i 1 1 .1 v i 'i -1 .Vi 5 Ir- 5531? rin' ll 'W "A -. , Q. Ji' ,QL-A 537- ,Q-.7 ,W .W - Q.-,Y Us 'QRS H -Kb di 4150 A X all -' 1. MQW s ' L9 Hill .sf -'gixc VMCN ewefiliftta, t X a f 1 to ,,, f X N AQKYETFPM lijl l W , . 1.9 ' l ii i lL " ' . t . - lf A,.' 1 "'- .1'iTifTim'-"gr " ' '. lil A - Junzors tg 1 it I ' " or lr! .ff-"' 1 l il J ill I GLADYS Gnooxvt ....... Sioux City, Iowa tl I . fl F i M A4 i Gladys can always be counted on to make a Ii ft im, ji hit. She is good-looking, has excellent taste, iii, ' ' never bold or intrusive, and has a charming M iii ' , manner, she has been a valuable addition to ll. I ' ' . U in " 'Q .- the Madrtgal Club for several years and has li g .MQQM-M :AM 'A worked well and faithfully in her society, ir iii fi f ' gf school and other activities. Vi sg. . . ' ,f 1 ' f I l ,-"':..srl f, my , el 'e X. i JizANa'r'ra HARTUNG ..... Pocahontas, Iowa iii 'A 9' l i Jeanette is fond of noisy words, especially ' "Ror". She is a member of the Glee Club, ii A ,Q . and music is her hobby, but by the looks of ll I B ' things, we should say domestic science. She 'V .Q ie. , JE , ,ff ,gf I is a girl who says what she thinks and thinks ,I .. ,I , A ' Q what she says. She'll make a fine executive. w1.1iJ 4 . its W ri f, Q' , , , V 'F 9 we ' LOUISE HATCH ....... Sioux City, Iowa Li iii ' ' K ' L Louise is a new girl in our midst, but already H, Af l' ,5i,,j" 1 '- " , b Q she has won many friends. She can be trusted ' i ' with any responsibility and counted on to carry gl 'ii ' - ii' it through. She has many outside interests, ri i-in ' ' ' " I but her grades never suffer. A sincerely ear- - nest and industrious girl, worthy of all com- l w mendation. 4' al 1 l i .l 1 ii 1 f , , .i f ,A 'i ADELBERT Jeep . ...... Sioux City, Iowa ' J Q L ii Adelbert is back with us again, and is ever N 1 , Q A 1,4 ' ready to boost for Morningside. He has ideas - w -as ' 'i and the best part of it is that he carries them L out. He has found his own path to the heights 2 3 of knowledge and is fast climbing to the top. H V He has taken quite a fancy to the "Penn" this j year. S 3 E Sl ll , I l E I ' 5 l HI 2 ' 'iil'J.lliIilil11IliHlIiIlll i- ,,,, -l- " ,t Y -, H. N A ULU Hum in mluln unuumuuumunul I zu I. ,,.. t L, L WJ i,,u1.iii.i,pi ii im tilliili1iillQQmm mililiIl'lllllIlllUIlllil'lfIllmliZllg ll l tl l F M .5114 M ' s ' N,-i ---1.ss- QM C., a.1,.1f-ip YYAY Ev Sirk 5 leiafsilll .-.ff lv' - " 111+ U-ll. lelill, -'f' " t'RY1"iNilzff"wx5 A C hiv W M ,Q2:ff7i?,Mg,Qf ,',' ,itirsgi Juniors W 'sl le ADEl.IA Him. ....... . Clarion, Iowa lil, len Adelia is a faithful warden of the library, i ill and as such has developed a keen sense of ,H hearing and seeing. She inspires awe in the it I voung Freshman and also some of the upper- ,VN classmen. She is very conscientious in her , H work, her studies, and her social life. She is l especially interested in all lines of religious activities and is a member of the volunteer li, band. all . lil RUTH JOHNSON . . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Tl Ruth has a crown of black, curly hair that is the envy of every girl in school. Her girl Vi friends will vouch that she is a brave one. il, She is taking both the "cat" course and orni- thology in the Biology Department, and any iii ll girl knows that this takes bravery and nerve. Ruth has an ever-ready smile and can be 1 l l ll fl' counted on to see the funny side of things, A although this side of her nature is balanced by a deep reserve and a strong personality. Nl ROBERT JOHNSTON . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa It's the men who are full of mischief some- ,El times who keep this world alive. Bob is a , reat booster for Morningside, and to watch l il E his actions during a "pep" meeting certainly 1 proves this statement. He is a great fusser ,I 'li' and delights in stepping new girls. Nl MARGARET KIDDER . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa A true blue girlg one who can be trusted to Carry out anything she undertakes and to A stand by her convictions and ideals through it ' ll i lil, wi all. She takes her part in all college activi- ties and still has time to enjoy life to the W, utmost. A real college girl. l llll will ill l , I ll ll -.il H 47 , 'AU al... .lui ir r l mnmin um lu mum in mmm :,u:n.:' Z-if """' ,,f-" L i n N A , 'A' -5" Y l ll l ll ml r ul ll mn" ' 6 si,-Eid?-,LA f , f f n.ur.11 .l.. r., . 'UI - 'I . o 1 0 7 ' -:J mm famous -S Juniors JENNIE KNIFFEN .... Tyndall, South Dakota She hails from the wilds of Montana and good reports of her have followed even this far. She is an orator and debater of marked abilityg a thorough student, and is rewarded for her diligence by numerous A's. She spe- cialized early in her college career along the stepping line, and may be seen stepping with Paul almost any evening. Evekarr MARQUART . . . . . . Manson, Iowa Everett is onelof our most remarkable charac- ters. Good nature fairly radiates from him. A whale of a student, a shark in history, and has a knack of getting interested in every- thing he thinks about. We shall not attempt to express his numerous attractions for the fair sex: suffice it to say that he is a great hit with the ladies and his smiling countenance has caused many a maiden to sigh. GLADYS LEONARD . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Gladys is here for the purpose of getting an education and does not allow other things to interfere. She is a worker of great ability in Y W C A and ln her society She is jovial and agreeable, and the kmd of a girl you like to have around She IS a true blue girl whose qualities do not all show on the surface VVARNER MARSH Sioux Clty, Iowa Another one of these quiet, unobtrusive fel lows, who always come out on top This quiet, pleasant fellow justifies the observation often made that some of our town students are the cream of the college Though over inclined to stepping, he has proved eHic1ent in every line that he has ever taken up 3272650012 1-L-L I l D I I 0 ' I V . . . , - . ,., at , A ' - --H-ff 1. ' 'V ,1- l I - 1- s ' Y w-----L--.-..,.--.Vw-,V -W. .... -v-.A ' ' .. . Y- 4, ,nf-A--M U42 f'Ul"lll'1l'?lTlllf!l?l'llUlIfl1JUlll'Tll!1E'! fn -'L ,Ji mmmm.,.mll..m'1U..'mlf!UM!1l!VmlmlW5llfll!'?l?1'3E'?!m!1!F-ililllmdhg an YI is 2 a -- -- Page 62 E E 5 I I . : E I E I 'f ,, , sf" F ax. J' ' i 'V ' Y I ' .Q .1 MIS i s . s . . E Juniors E E HERBERT MEYER . . . . . . . . Alvord, Iowa Small, but, Ohl My! a man among men. A good student, a steadfast friend, a prince of a E s fusser, energetic and game. A genius in dis- f guise. He'is making a special study of science I and will be heard of in the future as a fam- ' ous M. D. 5 BERNICE RADLEY . . . . . Rockwell City, Iowa You can always know that where Bernice is E 1 Q she is there to do something. I don't believe there is a lazy bone in her. She works on more committees and does more different things and spends less time in just fooling ' than anyone. Her capabilities are recognized " and her genial good nature has won her many I friends. - g PARK MOOREHEAD . . . . . . Moorehead, Iowa "Speed" never was known to hurry or worry, but trusts to his Marmon to get him there. E In spite of the fact that he lived at the "Nest" last year, he is showing some signs of getting 5 over the effects. He has featured in the "Jeff" - role on several occasions with his running E partner, "Mutt" Winkleman. "Speed" has 5 shown some ability in track and will probably make somebody travel to beat him next spring. 1 . E 1 3 F' JoHN MILLER . . . . . . . Hawarden, Iowa I John is a business-like, earnest. and aggres- 1 V sive workerg a winner in athletics and ambi- ' 5 tious in debate. His brilliant scholastic record ul- is attributed to a happy intellectual gift of telling all he knows in class. He always E 5 manifests an affable and optimistic disposition. I , 5 : i Q . E 2 Q E ,N -vgwqg Awww Q p :,,-- ,netwez ' --fi Jail QmQu1111l1x1xunm11l11111xiu1nr!mnqui1l1rr.ng ,f I ' JJ- 4? E ' P a g z 6 3 ,,,,-, U-, ,,,, M Fr., ,. ,-,,..,-- .,,,4.-.---.--... .... .- .. .., ... . ..4,,, ,, ...,...,..-.-,,.. -fY7,vY.-.-- .Y . . ....e.--- .- S 5, ,ll .2 -. mi g e jk l ' 6"p"l5 W f.,,,'.1f A . ,O ,A ' ia: L E366 ",tt ' i W K'fQ G?-15 'X li M515 -, , if Q . , L .,.. ....... , ., 0 . 2 t 7 ' S J unzors I ' llx-4, Q-ff' , I GLEN N1xoN . ....... Sioux City, Iowa i A 5 qlen is a chemistry shark. He selected a few VY i , A ' N lines of endeavor and then made himself mas- ixr' rr' ter of them. He is a jolly fellow, but he likes 3 v n 4 to have his own way, lf you don't mlnd. f Pleasant manners and a light heat gain i many friends, as Glen has found. Bessie REED . .... . . . Sioux City, Iowa f f W Bessie is a girl whom everyone lovesg and I t f 4 l X fi A Q l. le. l 1 . I 1 ,,, .. fa 1. ,-A, 'ir ii' j ,jx 1 I Q why not? She has a cheery smile,,a pleasing voice, a peaceful nature, and is actively inter- ested in everything for which Morningside stands. Isn't that the kind of a girl we all admire? Mmme Rnumzn ....... Odebolt, Io Minnie has taken five years to her college course, but she is getting in .a lot of things that many of us are not. She is taking music and getting well along the way toward grad- uation in this departmentg then, it is rumored, that she is very much interested in domestic science. Minnie has made many staunch friends in school, and they can all give a splendid account of her. Wil. Favs RORAPAUGH. . . . . . Omaha, Nebraska "Ror" is engaged in athletics of every descrip- tion. He is a regular fiend for them, and once he gets started nothing can stop him. He is a live wire and has helped Morningside win many victories. He also is in the class of "Fussology" and receives high marks there. Last, but not least, he is an industrious student who wants to understand the matter. ...ig .xg fi-2i511l'Z5l'?'ff wfnf-qxffx if ..- 'L , U1 'V ll V "rx ' 1- , w M in C?f'f1f1i::ff1l'5?1Eigflffgiiiiyfiv f A ' :Tim fl I. lv 'll i L: .. -Xf- " I4 -L - 'lb aw , ' qgz' I Fr il Iliff SZESTLWILILE F' K -iz-e-f' ' HX-ff " V a ffix ls . L l l I' , le. 4 . . . .. ,..., ,.,,........ - . .L..., .,.,.,.-- -W ... K 1 Junzors It N' y, Q I , U fl 'ii if I Q ALBERT SEAMAN . . . . . . Sutherland, Iowa Lil" "Al" is a conscientious worker and applies 4 Y ' 4 himself with all his energy. His good nature and earnest effort foretell a contented and suc- I Z - cessful life. Al is never known to praise him- f M self, but ever has a good word for others. Q He has already proven his ability as a bus- S iness man. Ii lr Q val ' 7 1 BERNICE Scov1LLE . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa ,U S Bernice is a true blue girl. She is a friend ' to everyone and a winner in everything. We f El gave her the highest honor we could as means 5 of showing her our appreciation: the presi- dency of the class. Her spirit and loyalty f E have been reflected in the class which she has so ably led. She is a booster for any school .V activity. ll , lf o 'Ql MERLE S1-IAFENBERG ..... Sioux City, Iowa 4 ll - s i "Shaf" is our star track man. I-Ie was captain ' ' of this year's basket ball and track teams, which show in which line his talents run. ll Besides this, he is a Marvel-ous fusser. There , is able excuse for this as they both come li from Sergeant Bluff and have to stand up for ' . h th th' 't' . 5 T, eac o er on is proposi lon ' 1 I X 1 -al gl I ll. lk A LAWRENCE STEELE ..... . Sioux City, Iowa l Ill lil Lawrence is a football man who is a "whale" l on defense. He is blessed with plain reason i li 'l - and sober sense. He is a pleasant and agree- I able companion, and never bores you. llil f ll l l E lil lf ll? 1, 5 I l lf ' ' all fmililzllliilililliimlm! ll ll lv mimi mul Hmui mlul ll l wlillrm ,f.... L' Erie? , g 1 ,M P L i I Rivawp, , + l I i 1 1 1 li imp, Page 65 a -A C. A 'g m s -fe , Ellie glam? 5 E 2 : 5 5 2 , 5 5 Q 5 , 5 f . 1 . 2 : 5 5 E 5 2 5 3 2 5 e E 5 E l l .- Juniors GLADYS SMITH. . . . . . . Sioux,City, Iowa Although Gladys joined our class in the sec- ond year of its history, she has gained the deep respect and love of all who know her. She is very capable, dependable, and of just cheery enough disposition to be very agree- able. Her interests have been largely at home and in the city, and yet all of us have coveted her capabilities. IVA SMITH ..... . . . Sioux City, Iowa Iva has brown eyes and black hair-a very pleasing combination, especially to some peo- ple. She faithfully and diligently pursues her work, and just now she is working as Editor- in-Chief of the girls' number of the Collegian Rrportrf. She has capabilities, and she uses them to splendid advantages. IRMA STEVENS .... . . . Sioux City, Iowa Irma never worries, but indulges in music in- stead. She is always on hand to help in any entertainment. She will be one of .the girls that M. C. will look forward to with great pride in the future. Irma is a friend to every- one and always full of fung no one is blue when she is around. ANDREW STOUEFER . . . . . . Sac City, Iowa Andrew can find more to say and say it in less time than any member of the class. He is always ready to take the lead and is always hunting new workf He disguises himself and many are the things he finds out. Among his accomplishments are those of book agent, newspaper man, debater and comedian. il .e T X , -- :wa-ea sf'-1 - - rpg 4 Y ,YH A-- 7--. -, , 1' " ,. . -------1-V - .,.. W- .. . . . 2716 milmhIlmlllllllllWlEhlllllwwlllllllllllllllllllll 1 lllllllllHwlllllIllllll1l'llB ff X ,f ulguingmuilumrinlgiillulnxiulllgmirmlnzittfl11:iluI:.111:imglllliluluilxnllnnung ' p- T gg , -- ' Page 66' - A-xx' Ellis Sienna "' P ny' y' ,.-1 :swim Q' N 'F ' U Juniors s LAFE BOND . . . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Lafe is an orator of great ability. He is a student ifevery sense of the word. His time - 2 is mostly taken up with school work, but still he has time for the girls. He delights in hav- 1 ing his lessons so well that others needs must 5 study to keep up with him. He is a good thinker, a hard, earnest worker, and believes that results are what count. Q Q Manjonnz Fowuzk . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa I Noted for her cheery smile and persistence. ' She has taken a great fancy to a red Ford and E to prove this devotion has specialized in "fus- sology". Her pleasant personality and orig- inal witticisms have gained her many friends, and her splendid mind and affable disposition augur well for the future. 4 PERCY MICKELSON . . . . . Eagle Grove, Iowa 2 Another one of the boys, featured first as the i most popular man in Morningside. Mike is i one of the "staunch pillars" of the school. He 5 won a well merited "M" in basket ball this N year, and for this and many other reasons l we are proud to claim him as a member of our class. , H l E . g if 4 ' ,, an -T:-'-:fl YT, . L ...m.......... .... I 1- X gn!igiin13E ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,N P a g e 6 7 Ellie Similar Juniors Lucius Twoooon ...... Sioux City, Iowa Lucile is a good representative of Morning- side. She makes good grades, has literary abilityg is a good mixer, and is a girl who can have a jolly good time. She makes a fine leader, and for good looks she can't be equaled. We're mighty glad she decided to come back to Morningside, after having spent her Sophomore year at Iowa. Gmovs Twoooon . . . . . . Sioux City, Iowa Here is a girl who has ideas of her own and isn't afraid to express them, a 'trait greatly ad- mired by all. Gladys' judgment is always deferred by her friends, for they usually find that she is right in her opinions. Besides all this, she is good looking, brim full of pep and a jolly good sort of a girl. Dokrs UTTERBACK. . . . . . . Whiting, Iowa Among the kindest of beings Doris is among the foremost. She has a heart big enough for everyone to have a share, and she has a kind word for all. Another of our Juniors who has proven her ability to accomplish thingsg she is blessed with a goodly mixture of dignity, of wit, and of jollity, and is accomplished in many ways. LORENE WILLIAMS ..... Arnolds Park, Iowa Lorene's hobby is athletics, in which she cer- tainly excels. She can always be found in the "Gym" when you do not see her on the campus. I Whenever she undertakes anything, she goes at it with her whole heart and soul. She leaves a splendid influence upon those who know her. V -- -7 1 , ,J lfl W! " f ff-f fav P A ui 1Illl1l1'LlllllII111lIl 1 x fm lmmmmmmmmnmmmnmlnm'ml'm'm"m"m'm"um i 'x I f, Q lllllllalllllllllllllllllllllllllliiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ,g Ellis Slillilllllii' t Juniors EMILY VVANG. . . . . . . . Foochow, China Emily has been an inspiration to every girl in school. Her patient perseverance, her con- scientiousness, her sweet disposition, her abil- ity and,willingness to do her very best in everything, might well be taken by all us American girls as an example. LUCY WANG . . . . . . . . Foochow, Ch Lucy is new to all of us this year, but every- one is glad that she chose to come to Morn- ingside. She puts most of her time in study- ing and her grades show the results. She is an ardent worker in the Y. W. C. A. and a loyal Junior. ina RoNALo WxLsoN . .... . . Sac City, Iowa This young man believes in doing what is ex- pected of him, and lives up to his belief. He is a worker with 'ceaselessi energy. Ronald be- lieves in giving his opinions to his friends only. HARRY WHYTE ........ Cushing, Iowa A conscientious worker in all things, and one who can apply himself with all his energy. When it comes to art in penmanship, Harry has us all beaten. Where did you learn this, Harry? Surely, it wasn't in Psychology class? L. l . , : 5 5 5 I E E 5 5 5 E I Z I 1 3 l l 5 1 1 E E 2 , 2 s Q l F. 5 5 Al ' 5 E 5 Q l I I l l I l i l Y -- -- - X - 1 - - , IC -'3f?w6vzvz, --- e 'if- ---- -- , , 3 ' -1 1 .1 W Y . Y Y ..,. ffl!! 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V V 1 w li Ya LH tr: ,.: ou-Q Adv' Pia L,,,.e,,Q Y' Johnnie -1- I u"':1rr::11r::: ull A, ,M iw fj?SSl'e t !Q3S3iE:1imL XX- K-'figzizve 9' L-----H- M, AQQT, ggi' X" ', H, , ,., , v 1 11 lll Page Hmm Sammi M CPN VAN lrf' X ru-:wa 3 ,r:a:mg.i::u::11l.111!:'I2 :Z 21- x X wang!! mm X mmm: g e 7 2 We Steer ' V E, 1 l l if' , l 1 I. -1 fi ! ri iz, ir li r li' l la - ' is Prize Poem lil THE MORNINGSIDE SERVICE FLAG f 11 By Amman STURCHLER gl . . . ll As the Service I'lag was lowered m the chapel that bright day, i Memory a picture painted of the boys who marched away, ii Boys who left for country's honor, for right and liberty, L Boys who went to help the world to true democracy. i ,e And each soldier did his duty whether here or over there, Whether cruising on the ocean or Hying in the air, L Whether serving as "buck-private", or issuing commandg E In a training-camp in Texas or out on "No-man's-land". jew They fought and bled and died for us as warriors of oldg And with the blue stars in the flag are strewn the stars of gold For those who have laid down their lives upon a foreign sod, fl And made the supreme sacrifice for country and for God. lil! if! And as the Hag was lowered and "taps" had died away, . l A silence almost sacred settled over all that dayg A solemn hush and stillness seemed to fill the very air i . . . . it Like the quiet calm which follows in the wake of earnest prayer. hi In the archives of our college, held in honor, reverence, love, That flag shall hang as long as stars shine in the heaven above, Giving help and inspiration now, and in the future too. And a message, Alma lliater, which means very much to you: Morliirigside, thy sons have failed not but have answered Duty's plea, Forth they went in loving service for their Country and for thee. 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' lil ' I' H i V of 1 ' , Q! Lyff I I -' " AA 4 ar ' G fy' lhvnn VCE I 'VIFFEN X l" ll . 4 " . W H X l i 'A 'X ' 3 J gl , -A YD- v. il 1 V 4 - lflj L . i , I K- ' .4 ,""lun' A ure' R PW' Jluavf' in tl El SFU :gli Qi, Jf M 'I he expression department at lVIorn1ngs1de IS one of lgl the best that can be found in any college of this size. lla! Under the capable directorship of Miss Mabel Elizabeth Brown, many students receive the training in expression Eli which will be of value to them in after life. Our ex- 595 prcssion department has quality and not quantity as a lfll standard for graduation. li lgn All lla QV will , e.-nfma-ea -' f - 'ig,l7Idlll'Ylllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll uni 1 i ii i A "- i Mnyzeisrfbzgxi' X! ir..wl.i..l:,11um 1 ininu nm i in il i will irliuxili vs' ,, Hare,-M:':2?x-M-" , f V fI2:::3 g...- V,-Q--.., M Page 92 66 1 'IH 4 '1 ' n ml, '1' , .,,r, IygA1j'l4ljilm :'gi.-:vNj,'4r. A Hug HI if U., , 1 , . 1, .,,, - ' 4 B 0 O K I I when Efinrt Eriumphsf' -1 f 1 Ulm NV 11 up W EU Y Ll! 1 1 L A H M my 1 QU.u111lw, Q 4 Q mm ,AUQIIILIIF W H l H L E rs ' if L1 Q L 1 w 1 4 fi U Y QU! Q L 1 W M 1 HN JN QU Eh V I . W u R' 11 Qu 3E YW Un HH uw wx ' IN Wi X , ' 'Wu-121-1-11 ' if . ' ,:A 'Q K'-vw:3x"'H"-SQ Page 93 I f E 1 , 1 r i , Q u 5 E1 V1 e 555035 M . I u man-mmm n-mmmmmmmmmmmm.-nuumlmm-.MEmlmmumm 4 r E E . 'fM"cc1ub I N .X V M-. 1 .' . D- ' f ji Q ' ' Q,i i A4 ' i 5 Q 1. I iz. Fl E ' M F .- 'S .- Q C " ll. A ' na V 3. . ' .5 .5 -m 5 :D U . ,, 'F' f ' N XV i E li X l E u . 1 I - lj" ' ' "fi ', x ' 2 ' A hai -' ' , w '44 tg 6' -' . 4 1 r l at - I 1' ' it , , .,.. ,M ,, ,, , 'FOI' ROW-C. Northrup, S. Hutvhison, W. Dny, R. Brown, F. Rorupnugli, II. Fonku. MIDDLE ROW-S. Bllillllw, H. Lory, L. Dnvis, L. I-lnrnev, 'l'. Frivst. ll. Muyn-rs, A. Mnrsf-llc. BOTTOM ROW-A. Bulkemu, T. Lloyd, G. Clnpper, M. Shufcnherg, M, Evans, A. Bez-k, D. Klntt, O. XVenig. ia OFFICERS . .3 . , President . . . LEE HORNEY Secretary-Treasurer . ALBERT BALKEMA El I3 f The "M" Club is composed of men who have won their letter in some branch of athletics. ' 1 L ll' F ll E N- .M MMM'i7' ' CULV ,M mr 7 X, ,-N , .. , Jfli C1411rymgrgqgm1:minumrsximuilzmmlu-zz 1 Ifillllllillilllllllllllillllllllllllillllllll u ff v- f-:W -f-,,, :Q , X - 'JA -Q Q mnmgxumxmm:xinluiixiimilzlzzmunililiiliiznmnmiixlulznuxiiiuimriilhmiiiiliuiihg h "lv 'A ' ' N x i-,if-iziji, :v V ,Qu e Page 94 We Sigma ff E t COACH J. M. SAUNDERSON E. W ,,. H , E '1 , i l 2 2 A E E . E . E 5 l E 5 5 E I ' l J ., w v- sr : ' ggi , uf VY ' iw ol' wi -' if 3' ii- +, F E1 li , I 1 Ji : E i I E E E E ' 2 1, s J! E . E lr I 6 Coach is beloved by all because of his manliness in everyday life as well as in athletics. MEN'S ATHLETIC COMMITTEE A l I l 1 F r . I : l i ll l ig ' an li it it cl lf? il yu ji el Il ,1 ll lf, l I I v ll lil lei nl F F I 4 i P lil , A H Robert VnnHorne, J. M. Saundcrson, O. B. Buldwin, -T. J. Hayes V The -Men's Athletic Committee formulates all athletic policies and promotes interest I in athletic sports among the students and within the community. It also supervises gl L. lei such high school athletic contests as they think the College should promote. V ig! . ,u 1 dill-, -, .,... , - fi -A if ,, Y 'I - , ' I-J drill .. ,, , - M- - A , Y I, ..-fn -,......-., E A .-.. --.. M... , c11131W1--HIHQIHIIIHQHuflvfnwmrmlrmlmfulwmlfnlIHWHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIHHMIIIQIFE K ' ' Igpamyf , nLmuulwqiiimnpiifinrmyiliiuiummmmrulningurifwfnimmwmqlxmuivvhbxdi Jr: '1- - ' ' . " Page 95 Hmf Lf- 6'1ff3 4ff Hi! Qu W HU . 1 ww Req: n wif! il II N! 'H U If W if 5!T VN QF! i 3' ia '31 H Yi 1421 wi T 1: G H Q K M Qi we F' ! 1 3 l J W L12 E Hx gi ul its .11 in ru Fil W .W xii! U 'fix H1 HN wi! :Qu wig Nfii LQ' Page 96 , A IHLHI fx.: -I C,-fl... Football 'r COACH J. M. SAUNDERSON pf,-,,. Mig, C5I5I?gQ4-' ' fji.-.---"' 42,- Cf 'lif-WN UIII11 I 0 M- ' I f' if 2 SUWIIIIIES If f' FOOTBALL CAPTAIN "OBE" WENIG E I I ' I I M I I In E E E I E S E S ! S 5 S I :I F3 5 s . 5 . 2 s 5 i . E : 2 E 5 5 s s 5 E E I 1 f I If' Ida W2 h H -Y F ,, c ' I. f ' " fu w"' - W f - - 3 ' " I . ------f MgtIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILIIIIIIIIIIIZIIIIIIIIIILIIIIIIIIIIJIIEIIIIIIIIIIIIIU K 1, '4 YQ' , JA ,JJ II II II In II II: I uumn IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1uIx11uul11u1n1InQ2 - - -- X, J.-f 5 I. RB' PZ Page V! ' - 'fy . 4 1 -'ii SN 53' geo e' 'RF f GIVE is ii me Q? k o me stems K CKQA 5 Q ' ' ? CAPTAIN "OBE" WENIG E Q RMhtEnd 5 HCJbe"xvas the best footbaH captani blorningskle J ever dcvelopedg besides this, he could play any posi- tion on the team and do it with credit. Withotit a 5 doubt he is the best football man ever developed in Morningside. He made the all-state team every year he played on the Varsity. i 5 5 J A i A 3 5 2 2 3 Y TED GANTT 5 Left Ilalf Q Ted came after the season started but it did not Q take him long to show that he still had the old fight and pep at half, that he had as a Freshman in 1916. Ted was the fastest and best open field runner we had. He is Captain-Elect for next year and will be a Hneleaden L. , A , V A E' 4 j Lis g in 'Z M" I ,V I il if ' :ig e liz, 1 - Nineteen "nf -' I - kigignigzigiiiiiimlm, flHWUll11L Qi If lvl I lII-lhlllllllllll M Page 93 Q5 1 Ellie Statue :Have x X, , f 1 l c' Vi me f ""l"' " LEE HORNEY Center "Lee" played Center and his spiral passes from this position were hard to equal. His knowledge of football was exceptional and he always knew how to get through the line and spoil the plays of the other team before they were more than started. 1 1 , 1 I . L 4' . hz' ' 'K W , ' ' mgrw W, Qmlmwwllllllllllllllllllllllmlllll f- if " , Q' WWWUWWUUHUU1'H11111111111"1111111'U'U'!HM ' 'H' ' "' "' 1+-ff V Ax.. ,ESV ' AXEL BECK Right Guard Axel was a tower of strength in the lineg always noted for his fight and pep. Many times he would get his man, then go on through and spoil the plays for the other team. Axel's place in the line will be Very hard to fill next year. - Page 9 E 2 5 a 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 E I 1 11 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 . . s E 1 E 1 1 , . 1 E l 9 ml? 55-ilillllif t 1 F Q 1 Q , ART HINKLEY 5 Fullback - Art was the best line plunger in the backfield. , i He was also fast and a wonderful interference man. l l 2 On defense he always got the man he was after and 5 . . generally set him back. HIS knowledge of football E made him a very valuable man on the team. 3 5 3 ! E 5 .......- , . .,... --4 ,........- ! Q Q i I i 1 xl 12 39 FAYE RORAPAUGH ie fl Left Tackle ei' Ll lji Rorapaugh was the largest man on the team and ni 1 his part of the line was the hardest place to get through., This was his third year on the team and l 1 next year he will develop into one of the best men Morningside has in the line. I . za il 4 4.3 1 i -4 ,1 , . lei rg, is ,il L-1-Qi-il W 1 lil in 1-al N - I . ,. -5 - X-1q7,r- 4 .wr , , nv , ,, 4 .uuufz ' " , ---M .. Y., , W ., ,f,,,,JL1 UggYI-.1IllIl!QIIIIIYI1lll1'lTQIUllIlIZlIl'K7IIIIZ If-ll IIUHTUIIITIIIIZQQ ' f , ' X A T! Q' Qllililglfllllillllillllllllilllfll HIL!UIZIIIIIIIIZQIIIIIIIIIIIllJIlI1lllLl.lIlllIQIILIIIIl.lIlTlly : si? If ' V " U Page 100 ii are Sirlwif P J? 5 + ' 9' 5 , l P '4 4 ai '11 ill ii l 'al E , 1 X '1 OM LLOYD I Qllarferbfzffl' Tom made a very fine quarterbackg his passing and receiving of the ball were hard to equalg his generalship and head work were second to none. E Torn was also a good interference man and a hard ' taclcler. 1 i ' E e 5 ' E fl, 1 gl 1 i Q i -l 3 fl l i I : l 5 -- , ,. ..-W M., 5 1 2 3 ' Q ' . 5 Z s - 5 ANNIS MARSELLE I Right Tackle ', Marselle was a mainstay at right tackle, fighting 'rl and working his best all the time. He always tore 1 I great holes in the opponent's line and generally went 'V through and made interference for the man carrying , the ball. i li 3 L . r if . ii A li 1 A ' f, A Q! ...- .,,,l,,-.'Q.e.ggg,-.,.. ,... 4-5, il i l ,- 3512533 j -1 7' 1 - W- i WQSMQiiiiluziiiihmiiiimiiiiliiigrgglglgrhmmxurmmnllmlmmmunnum ' fl QT lQllllilIl,J1lllIH I1 1 l1llZ1lQlllIlllliQ :f M, - Page 101 . .. O 'P f 9323 m ax' Em? gwmii 'ii s 4 E 5 3 E , 5 2 i a I 3 l ,J 'Z a E 5 2 a 2 I 5 5 I E BULL" STEELE If 'anyone ever lived up to his name, "Bull" did. He never came out of a game without having his face bloody and he did as much damage to the oppo- sition xs he could "RED" DAY Left4.End "Red" made his first appearance with the ma- roons in the South Dakota game. What he lacked in weight, he had in speed and punch. Play after play, he would throw the opponents for a loss. This feature coupled with his ability to grab off , forward passes gained him a berth on one of the all- t state teams. Left Guard X . f37ncmvz sf- 5 ':"f"f.ff" i ff"Ef 'd"' l i l e r i xc 5 i i l ' l l . I 5 w l S 1 I l y ' 4 r 52 's--f- mffvmf- Q-1-W A "NF ' ' Y " ' A J v -' mmn1mm""'ETn'm1"" mmmn Ylllllil-lllllllllll IIIMIH1 MUIIIIIHIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIUIIITIIIIIIII'IIHIIfI'III!IIIllIlHHIIH III.IIIIIIIlE 5' H l 1p 1 1 - Um WHEEL mmm ,l ,J, V- V MV -Uh Wvgmi' .AAV lb Y , -A A H W Page 102 -fx., .L JQ- is ' Q , "RED" CLAPPER .Half "Red" was the shiftiest man on the tcamg this, T , coupled with his speed, enabled him to tear down the field many yards for gains. Injuries early in V the season kept him out of many games. 1 v Wi' DAVIS i Right Illllf ' ' P shown more real stuff than "Les". He was a sure . l a u if taeklerg a hard hitting backfield mang and mowed ,l the opposition down on interference. He will be V back again next year. - I iw 4 K i i li - l ll T il 1 lie o ,i ' il 1 lil ll il l , as -f e f , J l gifihiiliiirzzir.. r 1 I 1 I nm H11 'J Mhmiililfiffa 'T' um 'Vmllllllllllllllllllllllhllfxgl E Y tL,.,wffjiE2f:g3?2EQg?9fI-JIIZSY WU Page 103 There has never been a first year half who has Y ll F 'H lt I , :T ig, O U s 1 - "' T Qfilue Sienna I A-2-9. me f ,. v F... . Q V lil I lil i. 1 Ii ll la HHERMH BRUSWITZ is z 'Q Left End i l , l ! T Bruswitz, known at Val uaraiso as "Breez " sure l X y , .4 43, was named correctly. He was always the first man l lell 5 down on punts and nailed the man in his tracks. E Unfortunately, "Herm" received a fractured wrist i EQ in the South Dakota ame or he would have made Fi 3 xii a name for himself. li i l l 1 H 'T la - I 5 I ' 1 U Q il 5 I 5 ' 1' 'l S l The Football Season of 1919 l l-r ld . 4 The football season of 1919 was one of the most successful seasons Morningside has lm ever had. Although they were defeated in two contests, this fact does not indicate f lil the strength the team had. Beginning the season with practically no material, Coach 1 Saunderson, aided by the old veterans, built up a team which ranks among the strong- ., r ,, 1 l' est of the middle west. The season opened by a game with Nebraska Wesleyan at Lincoln, and it looked . like a tough proposition for the Marooiis, but they took away the long end of the . lf score, 19 to O. Next they battled with the team from Kearney Normalg this game i was played on Bass Field. The Nlaroons again took the long end of the score, 40 to 0. '--, The defeat at the hands of the Coyotes was the only dark spot on the record. Iowa - State Teachers were taken into camp on the home grounds by a score of 42 to 0. Then Simpson invaded our territory but was sent home with the short end of the score, 28 to 10. The most illustrious victory of the year came when the Maroons if journeyed to Valparaiso and took the University into camp by a score of 27 to 0. 1 The last and hardest game of the season was fought on Thanksgiving Day with l Notre Dame. Although the Marooxis were defeated 14 to 6, this game placed MOFII- Ki ingside on the map in the athletic world. il EQMQHHHEIE II1'-1l H Iill H Iillilllliil 1 fllilllil vllllillllilf lllllflf f f I H' i f " - e,i' 1 Iirl I I ri iiiif Hnurunu Irlri Illlllllililliiliig Page 104 i A x O Q xg? 6' 1' " S 1 Je' 1,1111 U 3 Um? 4 11 T 1 1,1 ,1 Q1 . M., V. ,... . 7 Q, 1 - ' 5 A - ' 1 1 ' 1 I l . 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Q Y 5 Every man gave everything he had in this game and Notre Dame was not sure of 5 victory until the final whistle blew. The Marooiis put a scare into the Catholics when 2 Hinkley scored a touchdown in the first quarter by a clever play which succeeded in f every game they tried it. 3 Captain Wenig was the star of this game, making the largest gain of either team. 2 After Notre Dame had carried the ball to the 20-yard line and lost it on downs, Wenig 5 took it for a 38-yard run around left end. This was followed by line plunges until 1 . . 1 Wenig was forced to punt. After this punt of 55 yards Notre Dame lost the ball on l the 11-yard line and Hinkley carried it over on the next play. Notre Dame's two l n 1 c ik touchdowns came as the result of consistent ground gaining by plunges and end runs. li Morningside is justly proud of its football team of 1919 because of its wonderful showin a ainst Notre Dame and the other teams they playedj. This team will go I 8 g ll, down in history as one of the greatest gridiron machines ever produced by Morning- lla side and by Coach Saunderson. ll' li ul W than it tw., i me X Q ,.,. i .NM mugrjgrggmnzmmuunmugxlniiwiit..LuiimiLzgM5giLyQgi,,., 51..u..... .,.. 1 I nl 'llIll.ll.llllIll1 um P a g e 1 0 6 E 111 II . ,tg ig. V 0 G 3041 : eilfinrf Sienna Q ff y " QZQQ1 Morningside vs. South Dakota Morningside journeyed to Vermillion on October 25, determined to whip the Coy- otes as they had in 1917 and in 1918. They played a fine game but the luck broke for the Coyotes and we lost by the score of 13 to 3. This score however does not indicate the closeness of the game. Captain Obe Wenig, without a doubt, was the outstanding star of the game. His playing was far from equaled by any man on either team. Obe also made the only score for Morningside, placing a beautiful drop kick between the posts from the forty- five-yard line. Ashby, the negro halfback, made both the touchdowns for the Coyotes. It was a bitter defeat to take because of the rivalry between the two schools. Bruswitz's Wrist was broken on the first kick-off- and Davis was taken out soon after because of an injury' to his head. This weakened. the Maroons and seemed to give more confidence to the Coyotes. Every man on the team gave every ounce of fight they had and that was all they could do. Morningside won from Valparaiso 27 to O and Valparaiso won from the Coyotes 12 to 0. If there is anything in this, Morningside had the superior team but they were defeated and will have to wait until next year to crush South Dakota which they will do. HI1 DI1mDIH1I1mmUII1mM mm Z' ' ' x Jo - v 4' .llllhll Il ll 1111 L111 'X K """'i""'1i"""' 4.--j'I 1 Rf' J gf gg , - W1 - . ' 3 Page 107 sind 801 mv? - L :fb ' I N X 1 1 xx -. -W .. ..-mg :TW , . L.- ,-, , 4,-A tg ,1 - -V -W V V -Y-,-. -VY -.-1.--- Y-.-fm .. M- C-an +-'-- 27'-1.. ':, gl -'-- 'V-' 522 The Squad FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1919 lXIorningside College Nlorningside College llorningside College liorningside College Klorningside College lflorningside College Rlorningside College 19 Nebraska VVesleyan 40 Kearney 3 South Dakota 41 State Teachers 28 Simpson 27 Valparaiso 6 Notre Dame 164 0 0 13 0 10 0 14 37 X 1 P I Fr- E xy lf 'EJ - .. Q-lo Q 5 W 7 F8 ll sl Q ,.n1' ' :W 1 HLX. W1 3, w..,. .. oe-QM, , ,,J,,,r:-ET WL l M lf-it 1 1 YV in CP- ' ' 11, 'I A J L A 554 r V EHR 50 3255 :Q If UIUHUE' M . 5 E Basket Ball I: E 5 E i E E E : E E 1 Z i E 5 E E E E 5 2 z E z g ! 5 ! 5 E E i 5 E E r S E I E : E g : E g E E K x 5 L BASKET BALL CAPTAIN MERLE SHAFENBERG . ,, , I ' .ff-2' I I I E E E E E E i s E E E mum 1 um I V .Y W fgfigfig ag' 'RY 7 ' -,M -A V W V V V W W IHMIHQlUIIIHIITIIIITIHMIHUIIHIDQIRIXIIE-IQLIHHUmll!IIllIlllLHIIIiI 5 ' - xi 3 L -I .I ,L nuznmuuz u 1 IIII!'I!IIIIlmHmllHmlUIlUW lQ Page 100 I Q 'Q Ni A Ellie Simms f 5 1 V I fl .l l 1 ' f ' 1 I I 1 l l .Ma A CAPTAIN SHAFENBERG y As a pivot man, Coach Saunderson could not have cho- sen a more capable man than "Shaf". "Shaf" never failed to get the jump on his opponent and his shots were par excellent. "Shaf" was a "bear" on defense, and on floor 1 work had every man on the team cheated. E ALBERT BALKEMA "Bud" was forced out of the late games of the season by sickness. His playing while he was in the game was , of fine quality and he would have been a great help if he had not taken sick. i FAYE RORAPAUGH Rorapaugh because of his experience and general ability f was the best guard we had. He covered his territory well and was a good dribbler when it was necessary to take the l ball out of danger. He counted many points by free throws. l 7 'i - -.v--Q Ugiziuipmiiiaijfiaxxng unm rr"l H4'r'i'hQMmrpmug , Yi, "" vii U1 ll 1 1 -Lf11-r1I1 IQWHQQ Page 110 1 ,-JY K to E-rzwkgmgff' ,fp 1? Pc, ,SLT-gfv':f,A ' Q, K5 .E trims 6 g 5 E 5 S 5 E 5 y , 5 5 E E 5 s E 2 E E A i .iii 1 I l 1 f .1 TOM LLOYD Tom played opposite Rorapaugh and made a fine mate at guard. Tom was one of the hardest fighters on the team and never gave up until the final whistle blew. He had a good eye for the basket when he was given a chance. 1 IJ "OBE" VVENICJ ig "Obe's" judgment and coolness at playing forward 41 were hard to beat. He was forced out of several games by injuries and his absence was greatly noticed. Although f i he didn't play in every game he made the most points of Ci any man during the season. Qguigiune will X- l GEORGE CLAPPER ' George played as the other forward and at times was the best shot on the team. This was his first year in lVIorningside and with another year's experience in col- lege basket ball he will be a fine player and will be hard to beat. , f ?zl+z'z ' ' - ,,,.-'ff' V M ' eg' " '-Qimw . Qawrzzgyfifzzeff Nfl,-... ,,,,,....., -,,...i-,...f- Page 1 .4 A 'l 'i hail o SQ4Qg?3x Q if wwf if.-sit I I t "Ti v 4 1 Q Q f 5 g 1 Sl i E l li 4 I , 1 Q iii is ' l A . gg new it 'Q PERCY MICHELSON 5 E Percy was a valuable man at forward, as well as at guard, and could be depended upon to play a good game 5 at either position. This year he won his "M" in basket il ball by consistent fighting and hard work. 1 i ? JOHN MCBURNEY Q, John was used at forward in several games and filled il this position well. Although he is a small fellow he has ij lots of fight and pep. He missed winning his letter this V c l b 2 f I t - 4' year on y y 1 ew mmu es lg, 3, gl MARLOWE EVANS This was Marlowe's first year in college basket ball it and when he was given a chance he played a consistent 5 game. He was used at guard and forward and always l had lots of fight. 4. gl Ewmmwmmmwmmm wmm wmmigi Jrfggxi any A5747 atm Page 112 C -fv i, , 'E A- K H 0 9' Leif, 9 9 as at -N all is f a s 1 If Milli A i 5 gi ! 5 i E E l l li E l ' E it ll I l2 ' Q S i l . E . i I LESLIE DAVIS Q l Leslie was used at forward against Yankton and proved to be a good man in this position. He was fast on the Hoor and handled the ball well. With a little itll ' more experience he will make a good man. it lr yl u 1 gill HERBERT MAHOOD ' 3 M Herbert was about the fastest man we had. Besides lil being fast he was sbiftv and had lots of pep. This coin- gl bined with being a good shot made him a valuable man 'l for sub. 1 l 1 SCHEDULE s- December 17 Morningside College 14- Nebraska University 35 Z3 December IS Morningside College 9 Nebraska University 39 January 17 Morningside College 16 Nebraska University 14 January 19 Morningside College Nebraska Wesleyan lg ll! january 20 Morningside College Drake I February 9 Morningside College Des Moines lla ill February 10 Morningside College Drake le illr February 11 Morningside College Drake :lj 'l' February 19 Morningside College Yankton N 1 February 24- Morningside College Nebraska University l February 25 Morningside College Nebraska University fl ,312 March 6 Morningside College Des Moines 21 7ll - . .V -A Y - 1 I X 0'f ' ' g1.Q"f 1" 'la L'i'iv'4I"l - '5' w X ::.m:: "1 l I 1 l.::,1:.lfEi-vii hr-k .T? "Q P a g e I 1 3 FQ' he in H1112 Swami fir fl i The Squad l 3 1 . . ., , , , ,, .,,,, ,. , A , ..-,,,,,,, -Q,-,W ,. ,. F . Q l f ik 5 Ill: L H ' - i T Ui I, tl :gi it ' fp f l F l il El f fa I ft 1 .KI C I. , L 5 ' L! D, Z ..Shnf',, .lumix ..Rm,'., ..T0m,,. aiOI,e'vv .Roda .Fr i "Mike," "John," "Evie," "Les," "Herb" H S ll' 5 e, g i j l-l s U Q l s El I il , Basket Ball Season 1919-1920 ii at E , The basket ball season aneared to be a failure when viewed on ma er but to those E P i H who witnessed the games a different impression was given. Of course, we wanted to 'Q win, but sometimes defeats are good for us, especially when taken to push us forward , to greater efforts. , 'i It is true the team was defeated ten out of twelve games played this season, but it if 1 must be remembered that they played some of the strongest reams in this part of the F country. Several of the games were lost by very small margins which proves that the 1 other team had to fight hard to win. ' ' Taking all into account, this season has not been a failure, but an inspiration to Q1 Q work harder and fight harder in the future in order to redeem ourselves by the win- - 5 ning of more games in the years to come. F L 5 I E 4 Q i E f L ,L H S- -, ., L11 in 'T .- f . 'N 1. ig EKQQEIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIUHIHTIIHIUZIIKHIIII'I'ITlI!lI'. in 1 i r r1ii::1r:e15i:i.: Z-Y "- ' Q , 37311-I I' n1iu.:m:m ii ul in 1 'ii in mlm r 111517.-, g +1 'A ' ' ' ' Y f me ' " 7-ff f . 1"'1Ts-gn UB' , Page 111 I I l 1 . 7 ' o .ff-.VZ --xx H11-y N ia? 1 5011001 namen! ---- K il ' A . S al ,l E .il E 1 5 all S hi ' fi i ll E .l L il 4 all I. .l Sf Fl ll 9 Ei .l il el ll tl 1 l 7l . l 3 Coach lloyt, Hass, Gielnn, Smith, Knteli, Assistant Coach Martin rl Fl "1 5 l g. - Fmsr ROUND Newell 20, Modale 8. Rock Valley 25, Schaller 2. "l The 1'esults of the tournament are as follows: 1 Hartley 16, Primghar 7. Sioux City 11, Hull 8. ia i Sioux City High won the fastest basket ball tournament that has ever been held at . lVIorningside College between the high schools of Northwest Iowa. Castana 16, Oto 12. E Sloan 2, Sheldon Clforfeitj. ylii Graettinger 17, VVest junior, Milford 10, Correetionville 4. Storm Lake 20, Alta 14. ljll Sioux City, Churdan 21, Sergeant Bluff 4. Le Mars 10, Orange City 4. Paullina 15, Little Sioux 4. Mapleton 7, Marathon 4. Missouri Valley 16, Bronson 5. l l l Spencer 26, Lohrville 2. Sanborn 22, I-Iorniek 9. Arnolds Park 14, Pierson 8. I il SECOND ROUND . li Sioux City 15, Sioux Center 9. Laurens 18, Hinton 7. Lake View 21, Aurelia 6. gg Spencer 19, Sanborn 4. Mapleton 9, Rock Valley 7. Sloan 16, East junior, Sioux C ,ix Lawton 34, Galva 6. Graettinger 2, Smithland fFor- City, 5. ' Battle Creek 22, Storm Lake 10. feitl. Newell 26, Castana 5. I l . Hartley 26, Arnolds Park 10. Missouri Valley 28, Alton 4. Milford 15, Le Mars 11. I if Onawa 16, Early 12. Paullina 24, Akron 0. Churdan 19, Merrill 8. ll 1: SFHIRD ROUND lj l Sioux City 19, Newell 18 Battle Creek 38, Hartley 7. Paullina 15, Lawton 14. T1 Graettinger 20, Onawa 8. Spencer 18, Churdan 8. Lake View 22, Sloan 12. jl Mapleton 12, Laurens 6. Milford 14, Missouri Valley 4. A 5 FOURTH ROUND 1 X li Paullina 8, Spencer 5. Graettinger 17, Lake View 6. J' Battle Creek 15, Graettinger 9. Sioux City 16, Milford 10. il tl SEMI-FINALS , ll Battle Creek 15, Grettinger 9. Sioux City 27, Paullina 8. if FiNnLs ff Sioux Cit ' 19 Battle Cr ek 14. ll -' 0660612 7 "-74 ' 1' U Il. ,, 1 , ,,, Q Lili!anr!:iiu:mMmnahxiuiMixgargmlQm15i Z, 2- - N w mfluauiniiiumummiizumniumnzznnmamigax.ii:in14ii1zih Page 115 f' 1 me so wwf in . I 1 I, 1 , ? 1. 1 1 1 1 1 F 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 F 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 , T 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 , I , 5 A l -.L Ml A fs .f ncuwa" Y ' '- ,fgff gm 4' 1 II I ' 'Z' Xglli f f Lx- M H.. " - A E1!11u11111111111 11 1 1 1 1 11111.11:1:1111f'.kf.- ' LV 1 1 1 1 11 l--!'l'lZjQl f V- ' .. . 1 Page 116 ' 1 1 b n 0 A V QV W' 'T 511 M- Elin SUIWJILHE A Q A gf,-wpf'Z'37An?'3 vw If 1 1 . ..., X .f4.-Ravi " "" Q57 1 2 E 5 1 5 T1 s S11 5 , , ' 11 5 Track Q, 2 T1 Q 1 Af 11 T F' Q Q , E F Z 1 Q 1 1 ,1 Q if ,Q 1 li 1 1 A 1 F E 13 L 1 if 1 'Z TRACK CAPTAIN ALBERT HUNT , QE! lfl I RU 1, 1 I , 11 1 11,5 Y F' 1 ' 1 - - .. N 3lfQ1111:1111:11u11.11 11 1 1 1 111111 1llIIll1llITmi11 EHiQHE T' I A " Q q1H1jlKv11u1111 11 1 1 1l1l111l111HlMmih11111 Q -"JL:13f, "QU' ' Page 117 QQ yan Elite Statue Hunt, Lee, Meyer, Shnfenberg "Al" developed perhaps more than any other man on the track squad. He was a good miler and always ran very close to the college record. He surprised everyone this year by his speed in the half mile and made a good showing at the Drake Relays. Many a valuable track man remains undeveloped, as shown in Lee. He took no interest in track until his third year, then "Jim" came out and made a place for himself on the Relay Team. , . wi. 1 "Herb" is one of the best 440-yard men Morningside has ever produced. He also ran a fast hal'f'5fmile at the Drake Relays last year. Although one of the smallest men Saunderson has ever de- veloped, he is valuable on this year's team. "Shaf" is every inch a track man. He is good in the short distances and a phenomenon in the middle distances. He is one man who has lived up to his high school record. Merle has been on the relay team for two years, making the team in his fresh- man year. Great things are expected of him this year. .. ga j ---Zi. A x 3 . , - - - W -A j .. UllII Um ,Y f- ' , JC V ' t 7 Q' xgiiiyiunummmi 4 -f i,,f4?3EgiEi5 4iiig""9 ? 1 l 5 Page 118 .- ,Mg H go -5, cf- Q4g3?'::m1E Ulllllf fiillllmllllf i .JK 1 655- f l .11 fa. E 2 t 5 E E , ,, Y, , 7 , - E gf fl. - W E ' E E E 5 i i 5 ! l i ' i 1 l -- 5 3 Lory, Fouke, Troutinnn, Jones 2 5 ' Morningside was surprised to find a broad-jumper in "Sam". E l In our dual meet he out-jumped Ebert from Drake, thus winning i his letter. E Qi Our long-legged high-Jumper surprised us at the state meet. l' Hugh gets over the pole with remarkable ease. He is also a good high-hurdler. This is his last year in school and we expect'him to clear the pole at about six feet. F ' if ' Q! ' 7 , One man the war hit hard was Fish . He didn t get back to 7 l school until track season had stai'ted, consequently he was not l able to get into condition for the relays. He came back however Q 3 , i and made his letter in the pole vault and broad jump. I i F J , L3 I 1 I if John Paul Jones is our pole-vaultcr. Jones clears the pole at Y il ll feet and 6 inches. With a little improvement, we can expect e l 1 n V l' him to take the state meet. He is another man who comes to us F :E with brilliant high school i-emi-tis. Q I , i i , i l ,i , ,z , " C22 ' "V 7" "f',,fs- ,- f lE-.,,,,,, , ,-,w W ,gn i , .. H iwxw-Av - Y A -Y A N11 mlMywill-nqiiiixiiIxiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiuiwgliIuiIniiuiuuiiuuiuiiiliiiiiiuiiliiiiiruiiiL Z f ' fig' , Je QIUIWIHQIU11llllllllllllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhlllllllllllllmilhis ,,-f:::- "' ' 'Tv' my ' K s F ,L 1 c. ev Page 119 U Q 5 i : E E i E 4 gi 'fwawx We-sf Em? 553135 'P' Dual Meet 1 Q, i if . if 'H ? w Y ll 5 M 'xl L' L- 1 V: gf l h lx J s I ji ,V ' 445 -n ,ng ifm Q N4 , g,f7gir W l .1 '- f "if" ,111 ' I 1 Mi ' E ' its 1 rf? f -'M' 't"""" ' h ' A , 1 . fl ' ' ' 5 . . -Q.--,,,,LfQ ..,, , .. .. , 1 -l Hunt, "Shuf," Meyer, Lory, Fouke, Troutmnn, Lee A DRAKE vs. MORNINGSIDE 120'-yd. hurdles-Burnell, Drake, first, Fouke, Morningside, second, Brown, Morn- ingside, third. Time, 1625. 5 220-yd. hurdles--Brunell, Drake, first, Howard, Drake, second. Time, 27fk. 100-yd. dash-Quint, Drake, first, Howard, Drake. second. Time, 1016. 5 220-yd. dash-Quint, Drake, first, Howard, Drake, second. Time, 2245. 2 440-yd. run-Meyer, Morningside, first, Shafenberg, Morningside, second. Time, 52453. 2 Half mile run-Hunt, Nlorningside, first, Fike, Drake, second. Time, 2:05M. Mile run-Cresup, Drake, first, Hunt, Morningside, second. Time, 4: 41V5. J Two mile run-Cresup, Drake, first, Pell, Drake, second. Time, 10: HM. aj Discus throw-Howard, Drake, first, Norton, Morningside, second. Distance, 113 il feet, 6 inches. Pole vault-Jones, Morningside, first, Troutman, Morningside, second. Height, 11 feet. Shot put-Ebert, Drake, first, Howard, Drake, second. Distance, 35 feet, 2 inches. ' High jump-Fouke, Morningside, first, Brown, Morningside, and Ebert, Drake, tied E ,. for second. Height, 5 feet, -1- inches. Broad jump-Lory, Morningside, Hrst, Troutman, Morningside, second. Distance, ,ill 18 feet, 8 inches. Mile relay-Won by Marquart, Troutman, Shafenberg, and Meyer of Morningside. Drake took meet 65 to 56. 1 I Vl 'Qing' C - H tl., D. " will D t ljgtwwus IIII , IH' 1Il'1'1"11i' J '-Jmaibxv, few' illl U1 llllffll Hi I 1 mi Page 120 llll fl I i l a i E l i i V r all V l 4 0 I-BQ. A :wo g Mm f'v Q9 g ff e Elm sa degli? if ww ii i Monument Run 5 l i Z Our annual monument run comes off on Washington's birthday, February 22. ,The men run from the main hall to Floyd Mon- ument and return. The course is a very difiicult one leading through back yards and front yards, corn fields and Hower beds, The distance is about two and seven-eighths miles. Amos Hartman took the first col- lege medal, Shafenberg, second, Ryerson third. Wagner won the medal given to the academy man who finishes first. Time 19:29. fi g J lr? , H i I i v l 1 E l I i r 5 . ll-l .- ga -'U".. .. .. ff 'muii "f " ' f' f " - .ff V , f LA? gun r 1 n inum mn nu 1 ll l lm I llIL'lu. f . i - N I ,H 1 ml mum H F, gt, at 12900139 ' l 1 l ill I 1 4 1 1 r w ll IH ji lf lf in 1 1 I 1::llIil1I3'1.IRxX Page 121 !l4f A llllif g Sinai E Q Drake Relays 'W 3 5 E 2 E 5 E 2 E 2 a 3 fi H F , ' 5 Q 6 Hunt, Shuf, Meyer, Leo P 5 i The Drake Relays are the first annual outdoor track event of the middle west. i 3 They come before the real spring track season begins and are attended by all the best schools in this part of the country. For the past seven years, blorningside has been a " E contestant and has come out with an enviable record. For the sixth consecutive year, we have captured the two mile relay. lworningside holds the record in this event 2 at 8: 15. This year, Lee was the first man to carry the sticky he handed it to Meyer, ,il setting him off in last place. After circling the oval twice "Herb" gave it to "Shaf" fi I with a five-yard lead which he lengthened to fifteen. Hunt finished the race forty yards ahead of his nearest competitor. Time 8: 23. 1 , AH! im, If ..,... - .,. .l mu., - ' . : y .l. ',f ' 1: ' . , . .TyQE1'x , la' Y- K xl' X 1 "CK1:I."LlE'Q'ENx. I , , , , fi,vi3gin?i's3it'iiis5L'iiY'l I W5 Mkt fri 1 viii: 'xii K' 2' Igi floll Wg Nfyi rwo niuE,niaLl'Y im l,lEGElCl:5 ' F1 1 S 4 i - . , mu, up 1 ii, V , ,V ut iz y as ct . J l l ff i ' 2:41511 E-V35'-27fPSL25.,,l Gita 0' .9 r 'l'.2L.3"' ": P 711' fmt' Hina 3 Jgfi' P Wvpavffri Sviclfnuii' 'v 1:18 H R5 Hum we Y 'lf evflsfli' sf ' ll. 1 - I g ? ,gp . an T -ll' 4 r - - mfu ml Z7 1 ij lllllllllllll lllllllllnlllllll-lilxxz Page 122 me time ff Q "M" Meet The annual "M" Meet held on May 3 proved to be fast and classy. Fort Dodge took the meet with a score of 21 points. Patrick, the one-man team from Vienna, S. D., took individual honors and Coach Saunderson presented him with a silver loving cup. His school tied for second with Sioux City and Sheldon. The half mile was the most spectacular race of the day, McKenna of Sheldon sprinted the last 220 and passed the entire field. The field events were poor on account of the mud and slippery footing. 2 RESULTS OF MEET 100-yd. dash-Funk, Fort Dodge, first, Gilette, Sioux City, second. Time, IOM. Mile run-McKenna, Sheldon, first, Rouze, Fonda, second. Time, 5: 12. Half mile relay-Fort Dodge, first, Sioux City, second. Time, 1:4-045. 120-yd. hurdles-Patrick, Vienna, first, Bagge, Fonda, second. Time, 1915. 440-yd. dash-McFarlane, Sioux City, first, Roseland, Paullina, second. Time, 574745. 220-yd. hurdles-Cook, Fort Dodge, first, Gilette, Sioux City, second. Time, 29245. Half mile run-McKenna, Sheldon, first, Holland, Laurens, second. Time, 2: 17. 220-yd. dash-Clemons, Sheldon, Hrst, Funk, Fort Dodge, second. Time, 24553. llilile relay-Cherokee, first, Lemars, second. Time, 3:51. Pole vault-Patrick, Vienna. Height, 9 feet, 6 inches. High jump-Patrick, Vienna. Height, 5 feet, 2 inches. Broad jump-Kennedy, Cherokee, first, Bagge, Fonda, second. Distance, 19 feet, 2 inches. Discus throw-Hahn, Battle Creek, first, VVindler, Paullina, second. Distance, 95 feet, 3 inches. Shot put-Windler, Paullina, first, Ellis, Fonda, second. Distance, 38 feet, 9 inches. 1 ji- U I, ' iw I -H ,.,--.M. ..MM......-- mWmmW IUWW111l'11lWWQlD1! ,- F ' 1 Jaw -, , V- llllllllllllllllllll fI1!1QI.ll.l1IlI'1wl1l.IlII.lUllI11'lI11ll1I11 I.I.lJllIll1l.LLllIl.UJJJ1JJLIh .1-Jzffg W. 11237 9 o--- J- f Page 123 1. . 2, li 1 440-yd. dash--V. E. Montgomery, 1913, 51.4. . 880-yd. dash-H. Walker, 1919, 1:5936 Mile run-A. P. Berkstresser, 19085 N. J. Williams, 1914, 4: 40. 5 T "' 0 L 'gm ' 'ii Q , 5527-. 'xx' U 5 l 'few 'Q 'N R5 wwf .1 iiii ll E 1 ' f Q Q . 3 2 i Season 5 51 1 MORNINGSIDE TRACK RECORDS 100-yd. dash-C. Rogers, 1908, 10. , 1, 220-yd. dash-F. F. Hall, 1903, 22.1. Z E 5 Two mile run-L. R. Chapman, 1908, 10:05. I 220-yd. hurdles-E. G. Quarnstrom, 1910, 25.1. li 120-yd. hurdles--E. G. Quarnstrom, 1911, 15.4. Iii High jump-W. 1VIcIntosh, 1914, 5feet, 7,16 inches. 1' Broad jump-G. E. West, 1911, 21 feet, 2 inches. Shot put-Ben Hobert, jr., 1912, 39 feet, QS in. Q1 Hammer throw-E. G. Quarnstrom, 1911, 121 feet, 3M inches. , Discus-R. R. Vernon, 1915, 128 feet, 6 inches. 2 Pole vault-Herman Leuder, 1915, 11 feet, 10 inches. ,Q Mile relay-H. C. E. Meyer, R. Troutman, H. Walker, M. Shafenberg, 1918, fl 1 asm. 1 21 Two mile relay-H. Walker, V. Lavely, M. Morley, W. Curry, 1915, 8: 15. Monument run-V. Lavely, 1914, 19: 01.2. H E 1 1 1 , 4 1 1 1 1 1 4 lil .. 1 ll 1 SEASON , lg ' 1 ly The track season was a success although many old men were still in the army. T .il Given material to work with, we can rely on our coach to put out a strong team. We 5, took the two-mile relay for the sixth consecutive time at the Drake Relays. A dual 1 meet was held with Drake University at Bass Field, on May 10. Drake took 65 . lg points to our 56. At the state meet Fouke tied for second in the high jump and Jones 1 took third in the pole vault. This year with a number of old men back Morningside 3 5, should have a track team of which she will be proud. . ll Q si, Q Q 'ii I ,lm r , f , Q i--iiili 1 .ii.lg .iiiiggiii 1 ':'1'."..: 1 'izt C u.:yg.uu1 i1:1xi ixlixliiii H slums? Page 124 ' ggm vs Em Swwf ff Aalzvv' K 7 E 5 s 2 E 5 E 5 2 Baseball . 3 E 5 f E s . E 5 I : E 3 S i a I 5 I 2 v E Q 5 A Z N A Q , S 5 , Z r I Ii BASEBALL CAPTAIN CARROL NORTHRUP QL L E A A A M - f- f J mII1llIllVV!I ul lu11m1u.u1111u1lH nm HUIHIMIIIlIIIliIim1MIIIIlmimmE1 f " 7 744 H fi iw X ' amz.. ':, IN nn! x HIIHIHIH - Page I2 are stare 5 V E E 5 i 5 s 5 5 5 5 5 LEE "Jim" upheld his reputation as a pitcher again this year by hurling his team to victory at Simpson. He was a good man at guessing the batter and was steady in the pinches. He was a good man in the outfield also, always getting everything in 5 5 i 5 1 5 E l I 5 i 3 I 1 S I his reach. NORTON "Skinny" has played two years of baseball and this year held down third base with due credit. He was a hard worker and always wide awake. "Skinny" continually worried the runner and succeeded in catching several nap- ping around his corner of the diamond. RORAPAUGH "Ror" broke into baseball for the first time and picked the backstop position as his hunting groundsg his work was such as to land him the position. He developed into a good man and should have no trouble rounding into a star during the coming season. QfMMQaae,t ee ee- -. .f " .- 9' " ' ' -4 ifqkig:lug-uqnmrqnlnmliigqiglqgziiiigliruirminnuurmzl11m1mx11mgnu'1:ugq11i1g g-'-- ' 4 i f 'N 2,1 Qn-wnnpgmmqQi1zg:nm.11um1J1 .nm.'mim1'i ,ffi , me - fe- :Y --' , Page 126 S E s E 3 E - -QM' to ' ,,. , Lf, 1 as -N ang ga my , fa? X I5 II - Q Q i A . E l E 5 3 5 s I S 2 I E Q E Z 2 5 E I E . I" Q I , L I i i I KLATT KCAPTAIN-ELECTJ "Dave" has filled the position at second for three years. He has long ago proved himself to be an excep- tionally good infielder. When a peg is made to second, 5 "Dave" is always in the right place and caused many a 5 s , : runner to take his place on the bench. , g I.. FRIEST , . FI 5 "Tom" came back from the navy after an absence of a year and made his second letter in baseball. "Tom" is VI one of the best pitchers in the state, being able to guess Ei the batter nine times out of ten. He is cool headed and U never loses his head in the tight places. . PRITCHARD 'I I "Bert" is a man who has showed what hard and con- , sistent work can do for a man. He has stayed with base- ' ball until he has become an outfielder of considerable ability. "Bert" played very consistently and could always be depended upon to do his work. I .- I A hear - -Y 1" f - ,W , I n.. mm, H ,, , M- ,, gi I -' ' -, 'Mi xl.-- ,.,,. -mn ,, W Y ,M ,mei E412pyugl ummmmm::z1z:u:u:1:I:11I1Izlmlnnnailgniiggg , if 34- I ' gwlgnggliuignummuumulmuuxmmmmummuIlnx1gi11lx11M1i1nxjlEuw ' JL'-1 ' W, , Page 127 5 II I I I 5 a E A A- X 6 k 'a ' W F,g I' exam Eine 5 mute ' 7,5 f 4' ' " - az v Il - I- IW-W I i . I , E I I fl 1 I : f A I , I I I I 1 If I i : I I 5 s 5 5 . 5 s 2 , ' ' HUTCHISON "Sam" has played at short for two years and has shown 5 himself to be a real ball player. His peg is fast and sureg 5 he literally "picks 'em up and lays 'em down". His team Q i Work with Klatt at second is deserving of much credit. I Q E' 3 I . 5 W AU SMAN E E Evan, although not making a letter, pushed some of the f regulars hard for places. He played a part of the State E Q Teachers game and filled his position well. ' ili I I' , I I f IPI 'EI I . NORTHUP ' H "Norty," our able captain, has played many years for MI Nl. C. and each year he has been faster than the preceding one. He is an all-around player and when it comes to H I wielding the stick he was the hardest hitting man on the II ,III team. ' I ' I II II I I , ,A ,,, . If I gME3MmIm IflmMmhmlgi:1Iui1,I:UA: flfii qQ X ' lllIlI.IlllIll In Inu: IIIIIuIummIIiIIIIl1uu11IIIII mviu IIuI1IIiI1rII1l1IIuI11i,ImSI2 v d .::::QifE2f:ZfgAuQ,-Y I lu Page 128 U - lb l W it '1 ll ,ll 'll si in t 0 H 1 1 fe, all as at me If wwf ' Q 3 S 3 V : H E 5 I Q E f E V i I' I I 2 5 I I Q f l , 2 5 : i 2 Q E l , l E ya E l BROWN Q l "Bob" is also a new man in Nlorningside baseball cir- ' i cles. He showed his ability at the bat by leading the ' i team. "Bob" is a good first sacker and as he has three l years left in school he should become one of the best men l' in intercollegiate baseball. V i l BALKEMA 1 lf "Bud" hails from Orange City where he pitched with tl' l the fast high-school team. He pitched and won his game l against Ellsworth, allowing them but six hits to lliorn- Y ingside's ten. "Bud" also plays outfield with due credit. I MORNINGSIDES SCHEDULE e 5 Ellsworth 4 Morningside 6 ' State Teachers 1 lVIorningside 7 Q5 Simpson 0 Nlorningside 3 g W Drake 4 llilorningside O 2 iig li! lil W lil . 4 nz-1Sz'z1z ' T' ' - ,CJ-" lt 'f' Tim "maint its - 'V ---.QL -- " - " f - " V I W- fjtfi. if wablpf 1 n 4- Iliilliiilwxig Page 129 'Jw C2 C15 'T K some l DRAKE ws. MORNINGSIDE The score gives no clew as to the closeness of this battle. The Maroons were unable to hit in the pinches, when hits meant runs. A triple play, Norton to Klart, and the hurling of Friest were the features of the game. Hits-Maroons 3, Drake 9. ELLSWORTH fur. MORNINGSIDE This was the first game of the down-state trip. It was a loosely played game with a number of errors on each side. The base stealing of the Maroons was the feature of this game. Balkema pitched and allowed six hits to our ten. ' STATE TEACHERS fvs. MORNINGSIDE This was a hard fought game up to the thirteenth inning. At the beginning of the thirteenth, each side had a score tallied to their credit. Pritchard started a fusilade of hits in the thirteenth with a single, and when the smoke had cleared away six Maroons had crossed the plate, making the final score 7 to 1. Friest pitched, allowing but two hits to our ten. SIMPSON -vs. MORNINGSIDE Neither side scored during the First part of this game. Both pitchers were hurling air-tight ball. In the seventh the Maroons' heavy artillery succeeded in pounding out three runs. Lee hurled the game. Hits-Maroons 45 Simpson 5. Morningside fans have become so accustomed to seeing their baseball team bring home the bacon that they take victory a foregranted in this branch of athletics. Last season proved no exception. No games could be scheduled at home, but when the team returned they brought with them a splendid record. Out of four games played, Saundy's exponents of the national pastime annexed three victories. . Coach Saunderson and Captain Northup deserve- a great deal of credit for the showing made by the team. Because of the abnormal conditions, there was no great wealth of material from which to pick a team. But what was lacking in ability was made up by the fighting spirig and the intense earnestness instilled into the men by Coach Saunderson and Captain Nort up. Under the able tutelage of Coach Saunderson and the leadership of Captain-elect Klatt, we have every reason to believe that, in the coming year, a fast aggregation will again uphold the honors of old M. C. on the diamond. u u xi ii Ill s I IMHIKIQE f ' L . ' li1m.lIllllIllllIllIl'lll v 1 mil in ,lf : - -- Av Page 130 . If I-W 5 1663 F2493 5'5- gill? tame Tennis HUGH FOUKE, 1920 CHAMPION r l L l l l? T F L if l l l l L F H L1 When Spring rolls around, the tennis sharks of Morningside don their canvas E pantaloons, sport shirts, and rubber soled shoes and sally forth in search of some ladies i r 5 fair to assist them in an afternoon's or eveuiug's pastime. Nlorningside has three fine 1 clay courts and last spring they were indeed used to good advantage. The annual - tournament to decide who was the champion racquet wielder of the institution was held last May. After several gruelling conllicts Hugh Fouke came out victor. In the final contest for the college championship, he was opposed by Sam Stouffer and won 6-4, 6-3, 6-3. The winner received a tennis racquet for his trouble, while the runner- ' up was recipient of a silver medal. The semi-finals were played between F ouke and t George Brown, and between Stouffcr and Howard Down. The president of the Tennis Club is Hugh Foukeg the secretary-treasurer is C. Evan A Qi I 1 Engberg. I 3 l 1 l i Q, l Q l l E . , -- an ' "5 ' i .- U Y V, -HWY-- I4 ,W EI, .,,,mi,mmu:.::F,IQ.,f,,E,.:mmmn1.m "e f' - , 'N - -z L Jlmmullrlmnulllmlllqliliyguz1.. ir: l .ull 211. Q me ...... . .Y .. f Y , aw? ir -.-F.. Q., 4151? ,-f - ,gp - Page 131 FQ! 1,1 1 11 if CM ,. -- , 0 f u : 'fa EH111K5U11Z1H1'1E F f? ! is 1 1' 1 1 5 13' 1 Q . F! 1 1 ' 1 1 I 1 F 1 4 1 1 Q1 A 3 51 - Q 11 1f ' 1 11, I Ei Whne.' ' :1 NH' F , '1 F. 2 151 121 1131 J -H. YW 1. 1 M ii ,1 , Q W , W Q . 1!" H 3 A 1 14 31 1 111 51' ,1 L11 1 , 1 1 1211 ' 111 H , . 'EE '1 no rn A 1111 1 1111 11 11 11 - SHP I . if-v-:"" 1- ,VJ 1 -' iii X l JQ0PMl'1l ,4 K -4153, ' 11:11 1 ll 1 1 1 I1 1 111:111:.:.', fffg.. 'K X - flhgii. 71 T" 1 ..11a:11,'1:.111x3 G-izriiil ' ' L Page 132 U4 M W1 -11 y, I H V . ff- Q ' x W5?ff199f ' 3 -ii Huff ' LJ +e ,555 'je H if ' W 'qi ' fi-il.. 1 rbi Hx IV!! 'H IM w rv f! rw M la I gi W :V U Ar! K, in :V yu U, V- lf' A 351 f ' W fx EN N55 J WJ Wk . qv 1? 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' - 1 ,155 'E 1:'. .'7ff"Wf. 1: , T' "3 x 'QLLT f Aff- U- N 1 'Xi Y' nf' '1f.11I..1:. ..:?.:..I!:11'f'11if:f.1ZZ1":.1 V' '::1 11.11"f', LAJA1 1 11111 1 '11 Mm 71 J H , , il- Y:1'111U Y I1 71 111 II 1111111 1 I I I Page 134 I l 1 E E I 3 .1 , El l UW Siem? .1 1 4 L i J - 1 ' l Ll L 1 1 ii J 1 13 l lg 4 1, fi llc ' 1 E , ,1 ' , I, ,E V 1 S 1 l 1, 1' I 1 11 1 If il F ' 1 MISS NAOMI GOOD, PHYSICAL DIRECTOR FOR WOMEN H, i il if ,, 1. The object of athletics for women in lilorningside College is to care for the physical Ig' welfare of the students, and furthermore, through the corrective and recreative value U of sports and physical training, to build a foundation for physical, mental, and moral lil development. Our aim, therefore, is to provide such forms of recreation that will reach all girls. ,' qi "Play is a school for righteous thinking and acting, a school for self-control, good lil fellowship, and self-government, in it are joined work and joy, merriment and earnest- if' ness. Play is the school that makes citizens and is furthermore a sociable and joyful EA U1 competition." Lil .. .1 1 Q1 : N 1Ll U1 ll l 1l ,l if - 1 11 ,zfmclrzvg ' 1 Z,-v:Lb"f --M ,ly I I I, mm '- , f:." ' 27' V i1.111111.:111 1 1 ll 111 1 1 I ' ,Jf3:.:.22.'3tE1n1es4afff?f"" -2:1 1 Page 135 E I - v . gs. fl gif frm - sw Eine Summits A."P-'SVS' 'X I ' 7' "I A lf I I I - . f 5 S 5 I , . 3 Women s Athletic Board i 5 I I 4 i 5 5 i I E I 2 I 5 s i E I I I I I I . -I S I W I L MIoIss,GM.dJncobs, L. Willinms, G. Stnmper. i : 4 -' . 00 . i 3 BOTTOM ROW-I, Smith, F. Day, v. clark, B. Radley. I 3 , i In OFFICERS ' I I I First Term Second Term I Chairman . . NONA Moss Ixus KNIGHT I I Basket Ball . . MABLE JACOBS LAURA ENGBERG Hockey . . . . FLossIE DAY BERNICE RADLEY I' Indoor Baseball . IVA SMITI-I IVA SMITH I I I Track Meet . V ETA CLARK LORENE WILLIAMS E i Volley Ball . . BERNICE RADLEY RUTI-I BOND i I Hikes . . . GENEVIEVE STAMPEI1 GENEVIEVE STAMPER ' 5 Tennis . . . . LORENE WILLIAMS IRMA STEVENS i f I The Athletic Board IS composed of the chairman elected b the A ora and the A Y g E 3 girls chosen by the chairman and faculty advisor to manage the various athletic activ- ' ities. This board acts on all problems concerning girls' athletics. I I B ? 5 I r - I i din All V- H M f,-1:1 - Is! ffMII IME1InIIIIIIInIII::IIIIIi1I. lll1lllllllllllllllllllllllllillinilllll III..III .... f-77" , Q- - " I A A-1" 7' MIIIIIIIFII I I I I I I I III lLlll.lI1llllllIlllllllIImll '-mjgffif W 'K' Page 136 We Slime 5 M. c. Club l M- Q e E I I E E E 5 E E l z i 5 l 2 i 2 I E 5 . I 2 . . ' E 5 2 - E Q . . 5 S 3 .1 if 55. IW e C ' 'sl ? TOP ROW-AN. Moss, G. Knapp, H. Bcrgeson, L. Williams. ' Q MIDDLE ROW-N. Good. Honornrv Member. 2 BOTTOM ROW--F. Duy, B. Seoville, Z. Baldwin, I. Stevens. OFFICERS 1 fl President . . . . . HAZEL BERGESON I Vice-President . . . GLADYS KNAPP 3 l l Secretary-Treasurer . . . . LORENE VVILLIAMS ' I Thls IS the first year for the M. C. Club m Morningside College. It corresponds is l to the men's "M" Club. An irl earnin 55 oints is eli ible for this club. Its ob- 3 g l , ject is to promote clean, wholesome athletics and health for girls. I lf 5 E ffl 3 H .Fr 5 'sal 2 M 2 54 E 1 . I E 1 2 .Ji i F l il I ll 5 . - ,- l m -- ,QM f - V.-'I V E -, Fig., ..., .i ,,- A fu' HQillrmuummm!uxzlumznuznmumzui911311nnxxrnrrfmrlnlxlxliixlixixiruxiririlixlxi 'C i ,idx P ,Q 1rj1g'.zu:1.:In1:zxilmrpxgligpgigglillznmnmninrunzzmmxsxt.1.111..in111l:a2:d1iiw f- ' Y" Page 137 XA,-:Q 5 1 :2 ' -5 , EUUI?5flIlil1l1lii' M 5 5 I Q Q 2 AZ.!:WY X J . 1919 M C Sweater Winners M. C. SVVl,A'1 ER GIRLS Any girl earning seventy points by the end of the basket ball season of her senior year, not more than twen- 5 ty points being counted earh year, is presented, by theicol- 3 lege, with an M. C. sweater. 2 2 11 If: . 1 .- 1920 M. c. swEATER WINNERS li , .2 . U ,Y , XR: l, 1 33011 " f - ,ttt it HN-mm ,153 ' Qm !lQUHIMmMmQUQQQQL ' f " K ,t 'f lU.i.l1JillIIlUIIlII 1 1 2112.2iUIIIIl1IIIIIIIIl1ilIlIlI1Il111l1llIfl1lll1ll!'llIIlIIlJ'MN' A,f- 5354 f iw 1 9 1 f V - ,fx-S-g, f-g, Page 133 l Q- fs f s 'vo -' FWHM TU I ' sv V FVQN -- 'xx-X I f 9 C JMU? I' Ll Tennis I l rl l .ay l 1 ICVELYN STAILARD '22 College Champion of Girls' Tennis ' lloints colnmtnmg roxvznwl Rl. Cl. su'catcr: ll Class champion ...... IO points Q C30Hcgc channnon . 15 ponns la ll l l l l T l l I I ll I 16 M :ll ll '1l l u , ' lil' ' qv ' ,,,, .---"4 1 I I lls. Anal. '??ji'lN "w K ' ' s ""l'55-'Z::i,J?Qf.Q?fQ"' " 3:21 Page 139 :xi tr N , 0 W011, i - 'y if if :N nl s ea if me E ff WWE a - e Hikes 3 E 5 I i Fine days, in a college girl's life, are not wasted. At such times she lays aside her ' books for a couple of hours and takes a five-mile hike. Each girl taking three five-mile hikes a semester, no two in the same week, receives five points toward a sweater or the M. C. Club. , W H Track 2 5 Q ! 1 Z I l l l .ia it i. ' I l 3 lil ll. ll l e a EJ RUTH P1TsT1cK D The track meet, at the end of the school year, closes all girls' athletics. With much i vim the girls participate in the jumps, the dashes, the runs and other stunts, common to all track meets. The girl winning the meet receives Five points, the one winning second place three points, and the one winning third place two points. All these points count toward the winning of an M. C. sweater. l l RUTH Prrsricx, First Ixus ICNIGHT, Second j f Hazel, BERGESON, Third U rl fgfmlliu l'7lll"l I llll ' I U 'lllll U1 H I Illl Hi Full: if 'gf i H 1 " i' llllllllllllmmlm illiii lniiriu iliiim I il iiiiiizliiiiliii uuimiiifiig ,c OL:f1,-,LYJ-be YV' in , agp ef, ,,, , A gba Pagr 140 a s as as . ay N ' -5 -- O jg.Qf' Cfsi ggi?-5 32 ? if 0 QW Valley Ball V M.. l 1 Q U 'FOP ROXV-li. Reed. li. lCn,L:lu-r,f:. Z. Baldwin, T. Smith. -T. Knillvn. t BOTTOM ROW-I. Stevens, ll. Radley, L. WVillinms 1Cupt.J, l". Beuvlnun, B. Sr-oville. ji Volley ball is a fall game and follows hockey. More girls participate in this than in any other sport. l 5 Points counting toward an M. C. sweater: Members on the team . . 5 points Five best players on the team . 10 points gy Hockey iHl ini During the opening week of the school, hockey practice begins. Armed with sticks if and shin uards the irls ather on Bass liield to practice. ii g , g g My Points counting toward an NI. C. sweater: Nlembers on the teams . 5 points 5 Five best players . . . . . 15 points i i H i. gy Indoor Baseball .3. i Practice for indoor baseball follows the basket ball tournament. This is a favorite sport for spring evenings. Interest in this sport is increased by challenges between ,. iw . . . ' girls of the various boarding houses and much entertainment is manifested. i lui , E' Points counting toward an M. C. sweater: ll' u Members on the teams . . 5 points it Five best players on the team . . . . l5 points Z . - "-'X:,'. ,-- , fl .P L 'if-H if --Q J.:-.Q . L.fJl:"""l'l ' 'I H " N' H i 'A Q -A IH' +V- QMAI-1..--' J-M M.,--i--wiv--1 V -- Page 141 3111115 551153111135 '31 ,1 E L1 1 1 Q1 1, Basket Ball F 7 1 1 11 1 131 1 1. , 1 1 1 11 I . ' . ' 1 .. 1 1' , 1 1 1 , 11 W 11 ' 1 -. E E 5 Q1 , . ,.,...-.-.,- Y -- - ff A -'-nth -4---'A ' - - 1 1 N. M01-ss, L. Lovshult, I. Knight, D. Skuwis CCnpt.D, F. Mueller, M. .lm-obs " 1 1 1 ' 1 1 Q 1,1 11 1 E61 Sophomores vs. Junxors 8-2 1 f1 11, Freshmen mx Academy 8--1 31 i1 Freshmen 115. Seniors 12--1- T1 y E 1 Sophomores tvs. Freshmen1S-9 Q1 Y I 1 u 1 111 Pomts countmg toward M. C. sweater: f1 1 . 'P Members of the tc-am . . . 10 pomts 51 11 Three substitutes. each ..... 5 points 1 '31 111 In 1919, the custom was started of presenting a banner to the team winning the 1111 class tournament. That year the banner was won by the class of '21 3 this year by the F1 class of '22, 111 Banner won by thc class of '21. ' 1 3 1 1.1 V 1111 . 11 1 11 !i1 1. 11 1 111 1111 'e 11 1 .. 1, ,N 1111 F 1 1211 R f37???C6l'1f?22?L..?--" ' I , .'L1f1 . .1 iz V Y ig.. ,f fmt-4,1-N H, K V I 1 h 2:lu1'g:"1::11..:.11 1 1 11 111 1 1111 11 1::.::ZII1 WTgllii' ,, , X' :,11w1.11111:. ...111 1 11 111 1 1 1 1:111:111:1111:1.1B Q.,14,.,Q ':...l.' " .2 el Page 142 ,f f ifllff giant 1, f ' S E i f 5 E 5 lr 1--1 I , H 'POP ROW-R. Bond, E. B1llkt'lllll, M. Gcissinger, TOP ROW-I. Knight, H. Bergeson, A. Shivll, D, Ashlcv, I. Stevens. D. Skewis. BO'l"1"0M RONV--M. Jneubs, Z. Baldwin fCupt.J, BO'l"l'0M ROXV-l". Mueller, N. Moss fCupt.J, , B. Seoville. G. Brown, L. Williams. 'Q i Score-Yale 18, Harvard 9 5 H . After the class tournament is completed, the best players are selected for Yale and V Harvard in a final combat. Much interest is shown and enthusiasm runs high among all College girls. Various entertainment is furnished between halves and the evening is one of jollity for the girls. At this time a numeral is presented to the girl having won ten points, and an Ill. C. monogram is presented to the girl having won forty - points toward an lil. C. sweater. Points counting toward an lll. C. sweater: . Members of the team . S points gl . P II ll l , t l i I Ii I. 1 F 1 If ill l fs fi X , A.z52hca'aQ4f'-- ,. ---'65 :ill 1 un ii im in u Him lil" ' "" z' Page 143 l 4 .ll ii! fl all .J 'll il i il i l A , 'E bi o ' N' " ME X 445 rw.-5 E5 .59 41' I-fr' sw All Pl ,Ja , Qi Gymnasium Classes l l eil I llli li? Mi 'l li li. l ia Till lp? FEI lil Vin ll ill ii lfl lv l ill' ' lift FRESHIWAN PHYSICAL TRAINING CLASS Practice work is given including the use of wands, dumb-bells, and Indian clubsg light apparatus work, gym- nastic games, folk and aesthetic dancing. The hour spent yfl in the gymnasium relaxes one from the strenuous class work and revives enthusiasm and vigor. Each girl uncler- goes a thorough examination before entering a gymnasium class. l li if PHYSICAL TRAINING II l This class takes up advanced work in wands, dumb- ,lg bells, Indian clubs, apparatus work, and aesthetic dancing. ll: lla ii l i St, -ewes X I f A ttlt 'I'I I tttc I. f QQ, P ag c I 44 i I 1 I , M ll 4 'ali iq il It . Eli ull ,l Ui ww f' pu HN l El, Ill gg PHYSICAL TRAINING V fl Gym V is a teachers' course. This course offers lec- ll ll 3, tures and methods for determining physical condition, fr . . . . . . . hi practical work m the giving of physical examinations, we . . . 'ill "first aid", and the history of the various systems of phys- 'lil ical traininff. lt is ver ractical and interesting for an El is y Q 1: H girl. all . all m ill 1 i I ll r H4 l lf' w fi M PLAYGROUND W 1 l gl, El Fil The girls taking playground get practical experience in QA conducting organized plays and the story hour. Twice a P' week they take full control of the playground work at fl? junior High. u l W '-l Lip. , i. ,,ffda - -?15,,, - 0 l !l l i ull Ili 1 ll mil 1 ll ll ll alll .u......mi .i- Page 145 - QQ . -- , 0 y'f1.vQV gg Effie t Swine l ee c 4 I e E 5 . 3 3 Z H 5 e ay Pageant W 5 Th M F 5 at 2 Last year was the celebration of M0l'Illl1gSldC,S twenty- lg, 5 fifth birthday, and it was thought fitting to turn the E usual May-day exercises which have been drills, marches, ,fi - aesthetic dances, etc., into a pageant which would tell the ' history of Morningside. 5 Consequently Professor Hayes of the English Litera- 5 E tu1'e department was asked to write the pageant which should be drilled and produced by Miss Good of the ' ! Gymnasium Work for Women and Miss Brown of the 5 Expression School. 1 A The pageant was in three pa1'ts, the first representing l 3 Indian days, the second, pioneer days, and the third, the . college. , The first was the most poetic section, written in verse and representing an Indian legend of the coming of spring-a legend of the very Indians who lived in the i. section of the country occupied now by Sioux City. The I Q solo dance of spring, and the dances of the Howers and Q birds in this section will long be remembered by those S who saw them. ' I 5 The second section 'represented the coming of the , i Lewis and Clarke Expedition, with the death of Sergeant Q 3 Floyd, which occurred at Sioux City. This section con- ' tained an Indian dance and a funeral song. A The third section was the most historical, having to 5 do with the founding of the college, its early presidents Q 5 2 and history. The most striking things about it were the 1 fire dance which consumed one building after another, as has been the unfortunate history of Morningside, and the forward-looking speech given by the Spirit of Morning- I side at the close of the program, when all stood to sing ' ? the Alma Mater song. The costumes, all of which were made by the girls 3 themselves, were graceful and beautiful and the dances I and scenic arrangements of the twilight performance made a charming spectacle. tZE QnEunnall illliiliiiliii ll iiilll umln 1 1 zu. Z7 . iii' E, iJim':'121xm n ni iiza':::n IHlllllfIK!IIIJUIUIIIIIULTIlII1II1IKZI!lIlIll1'UHlIllllIlfi',--is Page 146 UH 4' 1 I I s Q 5 Q a ! I I i E 5 a 5 3 E 1 F 5 2 Q 2 5 5 1 x Q x E E 2 Siwwf E 2 2 E 5 E 5 E E E 2 2 E E Q 1 1 fl ff 'i a 2, , if , . '7 at at I? i M S' ff-7' 'Z i Y .qgm Q nw '. P! L' mWHUU11Il1IIH1IIU u1a1uI111llx1n11uln1n1guxm i- Page 147 , 1 il ii ! A 1 i I 5 2 1 1: I1 w . '1 ? 1 -- 'Fx' , Ni- A ' ' f V ENR? dim H fQQ.eXYf,,Qp' Aw Q If HUM A H! ' FH Ed 1 W M A 3 f Ml! ., 1 L 1 A P W : 4 ' WW Good Tame? ,Yea Boo! 331 Li A M '3 I' W H 53 I IST Q! Y" i V1 J 5 U, , uassln-ne. Fan my Whoopi ' ' v - , x ' w 'f 4 Q 21 ' ,fl A I H g if l iw 5 4 W, 32 I XM pyaygygund Vmihns 1 i V ig iw IU i l ' il LV 5 Q? JR 1 N! wil: W I QM 1 , Ag 1 "WS Cm' -,-, ,,,,-,J -MI E if Q ll! 1,4 X , -nil' ,.,.,--115 , ldmlrl-":.ff 1 U1 1. Tv illlhlmml HI I x 1 1 I lllll 'q A P age 148 fl i. F . - 1 Z: bei .. O lflffgz, 9' N Cilfitr S aaa . , . 9 Glrls Athletlcs , Girls wishing to get something really worth while out of their college course and still have "the best ever" time go out for girls' athletics, for this is one of Morning- side's biggest activities. "A perfect physique" is the motto for women's athletics and Ql this is something that every girl covets, for to be "an all-around girl" she must be physically as well as mentally developed. Ee The sport program includes every athletic activity. The chief interest at the be- 'Fr ginning of the school year centers about hockey. Each girl straps on a pair of shin guards, grabs a hockey club and beats it for Bass Field where a most exciting C0l1tCSt V ensues. Il. Then comes volley ball when each class picks their eleven best girls to represent it in a lively, peppy tournament. i Following volley ball comes the basket ball season. This is the activity which the ' majority of the girls like best. Every girl who plays will tell you that there is some l, attraction about it that she cannot resist and whenever the basket ball season starts, she is "Johnnie on the Spot". ill What an honor to a girl if she can make the Yale-Harvard team, for it is conceded by all-both the girls and the fellows--that the famous Yale-Harvard game creates the biggest sensation of the school year. Baseball starts the spring sport program. Each class is represented by its chosen il nine and they in turn contend for honors in the class tournament. This proves to be a . most enjoyable recreation for spring evenings. . ei "High jump, broad jump, 100-yard dash," etc., next fill the minds of our feminine N athletes. The girls' track meet is just as successful as that of the fellows and a vast interest is created among the girls. l The tennis tournament concludes a most healthful and joyous year of girls' ath- A letics. Every girl can learn to play tennis. All she has to do is to get a tennis racquet and balls, then any player will lend her a helping hand. The girl can also win honors. According to the athletic point system, she earns a l certain number of points for taking part in the different above-named activities and ' these entitle her to class numerals, monograms, or membership in the "M. C." Club or .I her sweater, according to the number of points she has won. T . Now that the dream of Morningside girls for an athletic organization similar to that of the men's "M" Club has been realized in the birth of an "M. C." Club, the desire to take part in athletics has come to real prominence in every Morningside girl. :N The "gym" has become a real "Home, Sweet Home" to every girl, due to the friendship of our own Miss Good. The girls are indeed fortunate in having such a 6 capable instructor in physical training and sports. Miss Good is very encouraging to the girls and has done all in her power to foster girls' athletics here at Morningside. - Every girl who has entered into these activities has caught the spirit and girls' ath- i letics at Morningside are no longer a dream but a reality. 'fl ffl . -an-'C-'ZLL C, ' . Jwmm Iiiii Muir, iiir iiiiili imMMmmmmmr , lJ!QiiE?!E525EiaaEiiXg:::mewwwwi 1'1111.11"'1i1 llil' Ili1fI-2ii-f1f11f1ff wmmmmmifg Page 149 Q my , i E 3 W 5 U , LI if 7 1 U, gg! :vCfi,w o ,? g i qi MW SUM ff 1? I ip H S! s 'F ml, 5? 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MARSH QL Q3 EL Mi iq my 1:5 52 mf Er IH EE. M me ig H! Fi ff Q ?5Q?Q'i!x'1IU1::1".'z: " "" 115177, e', ,' S- Y 1uz11iE'ff', J Page 152 il .31 E l w Q , I 'Ciao vi? X ,.,,1:- Ellie 2931313335 Au A ,ies-arf 4, ,fi . U: ll l l , l E il Tl l 2 f ' 5 Forensics at orningside . in 1 . ' ' , Morningside has held a splendid record in forensic activities among the colleges of the 5'Middle West and the i work of this year's representativesihas made this record . 1 more enviable. That both men and women are more in- terested in forensics is shown by the number trying out p for various contests and the enlarged attendance at debates Q and oratorical events. The consistent gains in this depart- 5 ment are due largely to the guidance of Professor Marsh i who gives untiringly of his time and ability in forwarding i the interests of the college without losing sight of the . ideal of developing the individual. Such an ideal is not a matter of superficial attainment but a result of a struggle E against opposition. This year's spirit is a sign that Q Morningside has builded upon a sound foundation and success in the highest sense can be prophesied for future years. I 'ii Fi H. ,JJ E. 1 5 H1 Ei ii f- rn ' 1 - .- HHH 11111 mi-urn L ui nllmmwmuummhiiz Iiil 1 111:. iurgmg j' -K1 iiiiii 1Il'IIIIl1I'1lIIIllIlILlllllllllll .1..i,. iiimulnmjliggz Page 153 ru J 1 5 1. Q! i A r r Y i I A LKEZKZQQYE- Le, f EWU 5 TC L I3 Q Home . Qi P ll J Uratory 'H sl J E iii A Q fi 9 E I, Q A E 4 5, , K I A ' 5f JACOB TREFZ 5 E s e HOME ORATORICAL CONTEST 'I ? b The Demand of the Hour Cfirstj . . JACOB TREFZ rr? Theodore Roosevelt Csecondj . . LEON HICKINTAN A Peace Cthirdj ...... LYNN CASTLE r4 e, ri F STATE ORATORICAL CONTEST F Ur Friday, March 5, 1920, at Decorah, Iowa BURDETTE BROWN Cfirstj .... Upper Iowa I .1 RUSSELL HARTlN4AN Csecondj . . . Penn E JACOB TREFZ Cthirdj . . . Morningside for fe I T fel 1, ' 5 E Q 5,1 A - -TTC l 43. "' ,ru m lm f' Q' A fix" H -1'uTgLh11r1r1LriQLyrlr :gal11151:1g11gm.::.'gzrxlrrrzrrrrxuzgffd Page 154 EHR SEWER? T f V T 2 V V I 5 ff Women' s State Oratorical Association P5 5 5 i s ! 5 3 E 2 i S 1 5 E E 2 E ' FLORENCE BRUCE E HOME ORATORICAL CONTEST 5 E E America's Safeguard Ciirstj . . FLORENCE BRUCE 5 The Torch Bearers Csecondb . . . BESSIE REED R ' Face to Face with a Great Problem Qthirdj 5 JENNIE KNIFFEN Z STATE ORATORICAL CONTEST E Friday February 20 1920 at Iowa City E FLORENCE BRUCE Cfirstj Mormngsrde : HELEN ROGERS Crhrrdb Iowa Wesleyan f owen ' Wf- ln 'fy 1 ' , - , .W . ,, ,, Mmniii- , T ' " T 'IHWHUmf9IWWWPW!UUlWWWWUWlm!f! i? ! . E E ' ' E E . . g y 7 9 I . i : ' nlsn E Q KATHRYN NASH fsecondj . . . . Penn I E ' ' E 2 !f E i E ! E Page 155 A 1 T EMR 51111112 as N11 'L W 1 1 'gi Many people have long thought it unfair for men and women to compete against each other in oratorical con- : wMsmdtMuamMmmswuemMhm1mhymrbydw L formation of a women's State Oratorical Association. f Thirteen colleges now belong to this association and oth- l ersxnay enter upon apphcadon to and acceptance by the l annual convention. Ofhcers are chosen by a system of 1' rotation so that in course of time each college may elect 1 1, the president. We, of Mornixigsidc, are especially inter- 5 ested in this association because three Morriirigside reprgz- ' 1 1 sentatives odiciated on the committee which drew up t e il consdtution. Clontests ui three khids of oratory are in- Q L, eluded uithe yearly progranm A if, Tfhe C9ratorical Cfontestis held each year at the college gl 1,31 which the vice-president attends. Each college must send - I - a representative or forfeit her place in the association. ii ffins representative naust Hle xvith the secretary a copy of E 5 her oration which is limited to two thousand words, not I 1 I more than two hundred of which may be quotations. 1 The Inter-Collegiate Triangular Debates are con- trolled by the Association as to question and opponents. 1 Each school submits a question, then votes on all ques- 1 3 tions submitted. The second choice is used as a basis for topics for the Extempore Speaking Contest, which in- cludes both exposition and argumentation and which is ii held the afternoon before the oratorical contest The greatest benefit to be derived from this amalgama- ill tion of ideas is a firm foundation for the future of wom- V en's oratory. 1 1 71 ,I 1 MORNINGSIDE RECORDS STATE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION fl 1900 J. A. Davies, Ninth 1911 F. P. Johnson, Second 5 1901, fl.1K.1ieck, Seventh 1912 FI P. Johnson, Second 31 1902 A. R. Toothaker, Eliminated 1913 F. P. Johnson, Second el 1903, D C. Hall, Fourth 1914 R. H. lVIcVicker, Second 3 1904, R. E. Heilman 1915 J. 1. Douiver, Third B, 1905 G J. Poppenheimer 1916 R. L. Mitchell, Eliminated 1906 A. G. Cushman 1917 C. E. Albertson, Second 1907 A. G. Cushman, Fifth 1918, Lee Saltow, Second ii' 1908 F. W. Backemeyer, First 1919 Abram M. DeVaul, Third 1910 H S. Hamilton, Second 1920, Jacob Trefz, Third Qi 11 MM i111 11111 OMB' .1 Page 156 f E X gc. 9' "if .lu ""'1f-- - 111111 f' 1 , ,. 'gspevfn aw!-H"1'1' 11 '1 , ff ,j::g-ff JUZSQLX? f Y lgfeoaififoaff UW 1 1 4 l 1 H MEN'S INTER-COLLEGIATE DEBATE 1902-Morningside 1903-Morningside 1 -1 -l fa il ,, -1 I Nebraska Wesleyan Baker University 1904-Morningside I Simpson X. Morningside Baker University 3 1905-Morningside Upper Iowa Morningside Baker University 9 1906-Morningside Upper Iowa 1907-Morningside Upper Iowa ls 1908-Morningside Upper Iowa Q Morningside Nebraska Wesleyan y ' 1910-Morningside Simpson 1 Morningside Upper Iowa 3 1911-Morningside Upper Iowa li Morningside Upper Iowa 1912-Morningside Nebraska Wesleyan Morningside Dakota 1913-Morningside Iowa State Teachers fd Morningside A Coe 1914-1VIorningside Iowa State Teachers Morningside Coe li' 1915-Morningside Southwestern S, Morningside Iowa State Teachers Morningside Coe il 1916--Illorningside Dakota Wesleyaim gr Morningside St. Olaf U 1917-Morningside Upper Iowa lil Morningside Hamlin 1918-Morningside 3-1 St. Viateur Morningside 0-2 Iowa State Teachers ld Morningside 0-0 ,Dakota Wesleyan 1919-lVIorningside 1--1 Dakota VVesleyan 51 Morningside 1-1 Yankton College 1920-Morningside Simpson Morningside Iowa State Teachers li! Morningside V South Dakota l Q Morningside Redlands, California fi, WOMEN'S INTER-COLLEGIATE DEBATES 1915-Morningside -0 Simpson l il 1916-Morningside Huron Morningside Yankton lil 1917-Morningside South Dakota U. Morningside Huron ill YY, ,4 T HQ! A T- TI I - 3 CQLILI ll..lli.11ll... lll.l f Jai riff ir- i I 1' ll - v- 1-1-1-1lL ul-llw, Page 157 dressage af f 11 eat Setanta f i f .... I nter-C ollegiate Debate AFFIRMATIVE I g 1 3 E 5 5 E E 3 5 . E 1 9 Y' i 'A 0 ff, f s . -. A X i J ' riff- - . x ,- . kk . X. , 3 ' i 9 - 'Q 1 3 I 1 s 5 Q r I 2 ' 1 5 1 2 ? N 1 3 XX ' x 5 5 ' I ' 5 A. Coombs S. Stnuffm' R, Long Question .Resolfved, That the Cummins Bill offers the best- plan of railroad administration. 3 Morningside vs. State Teachers March 12, 1920 lvlorningside 1, State Teachers 0 Morningside fus. South Dakota March 19 1920 Mornin side 2, South Dakota 1 , a g S 2 NEGATIVE 5 5 Q 3 Q E , 1 Q Z 5' L. Hickman A. Buck U. Marsh U Question .ResoI'ved, That the Cummins Bill offers the best plan of railroad administration. El Simpson -vs. Morningside March 10, 1920 Morningside 1, Simpson 0 South Dakota ws. Morningside March 19, 1920 Morningside 2, South Dakota 1 'el 51 ld f' M .. an - -DT W- - J: aZi1Emli mdmx1li11r:11xnn Illllllllllllliijilr! - " - N 1 ' A ,f ll?ilElEJ11l1I1llhDI1lll!HUFIll1IHmIIOmlllIlIIh og, Ja, f lf!! 'H . Page 153 QZFIIUES Simba I3 I I I I I I 2 5 I I o E I I i E z 5 i 3 2 s . : E :- I 1 I I s E is . I. I, II I H. Marsh R, Long L. Hickmnn Redlands, California, Ivs. lVIorningside March 30, 1920 . I I I I I ' I , I Qucslion I I' I I I I I I I Resolved, That all railroad labor disputes should be submitted for arbitration to a federal board with compulsory powers. I i I I E Decision II , II : Redlands, 2-1 I I a. I ffI I 513 FI I I I 5 I ' I s I I I ! 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Bergeson 1 QI 1,1 131 .111 131 15' 11 1' 1 1111 111 ' - . ,, . 1511, W XX 1 " nf2lf6r'I'fz ' ' e- ' ,,-----" M5255 1111 ""4:111::1111:111-. 111111..:11:::11:111.: 1 I 1l1l11mm11l?3Xi, Page 1611 . E ll 1 1 il r 0 L ag w- 5?53 : MQ E r WI . E i 5 E Inter-Society Debates E . f l I E 5 3 a 2 I 2 l l E l R. Johnston H. Mnrsh A. DeVnul Q E Othonian Affirmative 3 Question b I Resolved, That the Cummins Bill offers the best plan of railroad administration. 1 A 5 1 r as 2 5 1 1 i F V s 4 1 r l E 3 5 9' 5 , 9 ! Q S. Stoufler C. Northrup L. Bond f il Philomathean Negative 2 el 2 l 3 .1 3. l a Lmnununlul ,.... l..nu... Z. Y i W 4- - ---- 44---A - - --- .--. l--- . Ml.: Page 161 i Elin? Sinn? F Rffsolwzl. That tlic Cummins Bill offers thc best plan o -1 'Q :Ng f 1'iIlll'0ZlCl administration 5 , 5 'l E E i 5 ' Q 5 3 x , S Z 2 Q Z 5 ' l i 2 ' l 5 l S 5 x 5 . 2 5 'V : s s 5 , 5 Q 5 E 5 3 . E I". M1-Mnstc-rs -I. 'l'l'vfz XV. l"in'bi-s E E - Ionian AHll'll1ZltiVC Z 2 Quvslion 2 2 E 2 s i J' E Q E 3 E X 5 ! L 1 l ' J E E E 1 ,... , , . Fi 5 D. Woodruff A. Bi-1-k L. Hivkmznx 1, l il L Othonian Negative 3 fl Il' I i 1,5 il i l li I , qi , A- l'X5l'Z'll i ' b i' i ' ff, li . . Q- , -in ., --gf' l .sll W mu uiiiiriniiuriimnzzzi T- , I iuigmniiiimignznwIwi-niiiixui-Him- , zuixiliiiiiiii r 1 r::viii::j,i,i3 Pagc 162 - -V 5, . - hi win, 'Y I F' 1 1 Mm, ?ff2+'f2'f-N Elini? Siumuuzf A f . ,. . . 9145g?'gJA5 H57 0. J. Miller J. Mcllnrm-v A. Coombs Ionian Negative 1 Qurfstion Resol-ved, That the Cummins Bill offers the best plan of railroad administration. I 2 5 S 5 E 6' R. Long L. Castle M. Evans V Philomathean AHirmative 2 i 4 M . an i-'F'-:ml - -- -, wyrmnnmluulmuiuixiimunumin , i ' -,,.,,,,!1U'1!!U1U''1"1U'U'1U!Q.l Page 163 UUE? EWU? ff m L F 5 ti .ke Ii ll i r- f I 12 l 3 H49 77 , ll if Ka if fff"'T" 1 Q hi ' ,J I E d 'IQ , H wi, hw: . owrvflri' 5',T2iA. ', xmfg, , W mf, I 'fl ,A f- .5 '54 Q nf. 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V F I 'ilIIi711' g I 1 P I , I I ? N 1 1 , li F? l fi I, xj 5 1 P , 1 if Es I 5? im N. H ' W ! , nf W: wil li Z5 fi W 51 , wwf - ' - if-1 ..,,.:,,:-ygfgffijumlfmmm Ei- ' ., -T 'A " X f - GAL .... :rm , 1. , :.:,111:In , I 1405319 ' ', Page I6 'F' A 'v glllllfl Sfimilllii' ' 'wave 2 5 4 Q 5 E 5 S 5 5 l 5 3 I 3 3 5 3 5 E E Q Y. W, C. A. Cabznet 2 BACK ROXV-li. 'l'x'vxn:m, R. Af-klin, T.. Bannister, G, XVislnu'd I. Knisht. l FRONT ROV'-G, l.4-umxrrl, M. D4-vkor, I". Day, A. Curter, I. Stevens, Z, Bond, B. Svnville. S E E E 5 i OFFICERS President . Fwssuz DAY Vice-President . . ADA CARTER Secretary IRIS IXNICHT lreaeurer Berzxlcr Scovn LE e 5 W C A one of the blggest factors xn '1 glrl s llfe at NIOI'IIIllg9lClC College A gre'1t event Ill evely lVI0llllIlgSlClL gxrl s llfe ze to attend the Geneva Confu ence ln WISLOIISIII fox tuo Heels during the Qumm r monthe, evely Y W gnl hae thm for hu hlgh 2l.llllJlt10l1 'Incl She IS xx ell repaid if she goee 'lh Y VV li the guide of every Cl1ll9tl1l1 gnl lll Qclmool i l 1 ' : . . . . . 1 , r 1 v l n ' A 1 4 ' 5 1 I. . . . '1 h . . . . . xs - ' . . g . , . . . . , 5 A . . 1 5 . . . , . . a A ' S l S " . ' . ' ' "' E . . . e 7 . . . . . g . . . , . c . ' ' ' . . C . . . ' I x I . x l Q 5 Z UE EQlT1EMQi1iE1llfQuMxlniQ11lf-Y W if f I H x f ' ' 'ai' 'll-limb-QUEHYQEAUHEIYUTNEQMHHUIIIllllfllllwwlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllx Page 166 K" k 3 -, JL. 'Y " ,gp Y . f-':. .x. A W em :ws Em? Umm? ff it Y .V .Q to au: , E e 5 5 E Y. M. c. A. Cabinet 1 l E E . fi 'FOI' ROW-Prof. Marsh, -1. 'l'I'L'fZ. E. EllElll'l'LZ, A. SY0llll'Ul', E. M:11'1111111't. MIDIJLIC ROW--R. Wilson. ll. l"ouk1-, L. lllflilllllll. 1i0'I"l'0M-A. Coolnlas, ll. lhfnz oF1f1c1-:Rs President . . HL'GI-I FOUKE Vice-President . JACOB TREFZ Secretary . . . l'lARRY BENZ Treasurer . Iiv121xE'rT RQARQUART 5 2 Rlorningsidc is at heart Il Christian institution and Morningside men at heart are Christian men. This spirit 1 l is crystallized in the college Y. NI. C. A. which has a F mighty influence in school activities. The work of the lp V Y. NI. C. A. under the able guidance of President Hugh 1 . I' Fouke, aided by an efficient and fzuthful cabinet, has if counted in this school year as it never has counted before. ' il l u . - . 1 ' l Morningside Y. IU. C. A. is a positive force. is 151' . ,. c , ,J 1 , ',.1Yfl2l'l!'l'!2 1 1-VVNTJQ ULi1iEi:111121111: 111111 1 11 111111 11111 1 11 111 1 11 1 111 11111 1mm f--'- L, It 1 mlm9uQl"Win"l1u"ll'H Ummmfwillwuummllmllllilllilllilfllg 1 , --A 1 Page 167 l a+, I O if me some Student Volunteers Convention ' 5 5 I I E l l n I 5 E E . 5 u l l l l r El E El Q , W gllfgglggxxglligeigze Elmu Bunn, Doris Utterback, Puul Ryerson. L BOTTOM ROW-Lynn Castle, Rc-ssie Reed, Murguret Kidder, Amber Ellis. i The Student Volunteer Convention at Des llloines was one of the most impressive and inspirational Christian conventions that one could be privileged to attend. Stu- rl dents from all over the world, eight thousand strong, were 1, banded together at that convention for the advancement Q of Christian ideals and principles. These co-workers of gl God's were inspired and aided by talks and by prayers 'l from such outstanding Christian leaders as John R. Mott, Robert E. Speer, Sherwood Eddy, S. Earl Taylor, Bishop ' , Stuntz, and Bishop McDowell. 5 The purpose of the convention was to bring to the stu- 5 dents the real need of Christian workers in the foreign fields. But whether or not many of the students ever go 2 to the foreign field, the convention certainly made a last- N ing impression upon their lives. ' E . - , El jiri!! m WUmE1l1UFm'?F1 Illll Ii-UlUll1lUlll5El1lU1IL7l1l1l1i Einilmlmi' 'ui 11 1 'T"l:'i:1n:1 1i:z Erin Ililliill niv lxirll i f L ,.-,jx-Z, g 417. gp nw W - f f 1 Page I6-5' E 5 'E I W - 0. 2 fy 1 n- Q " 'N 1 MV v .si v- 6 If lllmllliif -M . .. ...T Student Volunteers 5 W.-.M s 5 N 5 l E 1 i A E E 3 : 2 5 E l V' 2 Z E l E Q 5 l l 5 E l E 5 TW i , FIRST ROW-L. Bergman, M. Decker, Y. Lin, K. Liu, J. Trefz. , 5 SECOND ROW-G. Brown, A. Coombs, 141. Wang, C. Tompkins, I.. Wang, A. Schuldt. 'fl 5 THIRD ROW-P. Carter, L. Sheerer, E. Duesenberg. " 5 FOURTH ROW-L. Custle, W. Hilmer, E. Sanger, A. Sturchler, A. Hill, C. Brunelle. 4 gl OFFICERS I President . . . . . ARTHUR Sci-IULDT lp Secretary and Treasurer . CORNELIA BRUNELLE Q' Missions both Home and Foreign are the keynote of the Student Volunteer Band's activities in Nlornmgside. This group has been considerably augmented by the re- vivals in Graee Church and a general revival of Christian 1 enthusiasm in the past year. Theirs is a noble work. tr 2 ,- - -11' 1 f ,I .,,.,,,, . .... , . ., CAM-.. -, , , - , . 9 ' ,, v f, X2 Y-if ---------V . , MJ Q . ,, , . mwmmmmmm , J-A X ,gp 95, mm1Iall1IumH1Hmlmmifemmmmmvmnnifwfiwuifmmiiy Q -'gnif - . 1 Page 169 -IE . V" , . lg!" ' 'f Elie Stieff I I I E 5 E 5 I Page 170 minmnmn i . I H - uuiw Student Council TOP ROW-H. Mnhood, T. Friest, A. Stouffer, B. Scoville, W. Hanson, D. Klntt. MIDDLE ROW-L. Horney, C. Northrup, F. Day, M. Dolliver, H. Fonke, W. Wolle. BOTTOM ROW-L. Hickman. H. Marsh, G, Clnpper, P. Carter. OFFICERS President . . CARROLL NORTHRUP Secretary and Treasurer . DAVE KLATT X The council is made up of the student body officers and a representative from each college organization, including class organizations. Through this council, the student body helps to govern itself in the affairs of the college and assists in many ways the general betterment of the school. A ul -7' T an "T'-A"'- ..... 'F g muuwwwmuwilm-L44-ilxlumiv , Sl ROW L. Dllllllllll, M. Miller, l". lilly, M. Dullivvr, l'l. 'l'x'e1nnn. ONID ROW--M. l'lIlNVl1'l'. I.. Williuins. PZ. Bunn. ll. lrzuwwiwt-, L. lfiigln-rg, RD ROXV V. Clark, R. I-Iilvxnun, N. Moss, C. I,C'lNl0l', E. Bennington, Rlll CONN-M. Stoll, A. Carter. B. CIll'V0l', ll. llttwlmek, l'I. lillllU.'lllll, IC tame swat f Agora Board 1 1 1 i . - so Q A 1 ' -we 5 U i . 9 l 1 1 X. 7 X iUz.,o+." ' ig. 7 Q -D , gl -5 -7' 5 A ' f C Q- Gr e W 11 vu Q.. 1' V , 1 X .a'li'il Q 4' me . . ., OFFICERS President . . MARY DOLLIVER Secretary . BERNICE SCOVILLE Treasurer . . . RUTH WEDGWOOD The Agora Club is an organization of all the girls in school, devoted to the development of the girls' activities. It is the aim of the Agora Board to take the girls' infant activities, foster them until thc school grows larger and the activities grow stronger, then they can become inde- pendent organizations. This year the Forensic Depart- ment outgrcw its place on the Agora Board and a girls' Forensic League was formed. Vocational 211111 Hwllfh Departments have been added to the list during the past year. G. Wishnrd. I. Sn-vt-ns, R. Wvrlirwovfl- . NVlltl'!'ll0llSl'. i . .4 T " .. ' -V 1 73- Tr U -- -- .-1' 1 m mlmlwnm Lmmmm m ff - rf 2 , X I Y! L. ....,1...111111111 1111111 1111111111 111111 ll 111111111111111111111111111111 1 111:111gw1g.1l ' 7' lg. T ,g , -- ' ' Page 171 ' 'tif Wilt si t T 'Le a , O Mia-, . if Y WRU? ef 'FOP ROYV-Ii. Eligliemr, IC, Stnllnrrl, J. Ilnrtungr. I". Bl'llI't', Ii. Hans, M. Reuher, 0. Thornton. MllJIlI.I'I ROXV-lu. Splittgurlnfr, II. I4IlWl'l'lH'0, II. XVIIIIIIIIIS, M. IIunsnn, M. Sabin, IJ. Iruinlvy, IS. St-oville, 5 R. N 1 , I g.,h ,, 1 1 5 Ii0'l"I'0M ROW-G, Gruoin, Ii. Glnu, I. Stn-vi-ns, G. NViIsun, M. llolliver, G. '1'l'eynor, IG. Dummnn, M. 5 Ilrou ghlun. Madrigal Club ,E I E E I s I Q E E I Q B 1 s i ! Q I E S g E i 1 i V-tlguwmcl, C 'ln' err, I. XVnodnrd, Ii, Smith, I. Jolinson, IC. Bnlkein. ' The Madrigal Club, the women's musical organiza- I tion of the school, was organized in 1915, and since has i to do with boosting for Morningside. Last semester, the f, girls took an eleven-day trip over the Fort Dodge district and are prepared for a seven or eight-day spring t1'ip. Professor Paul MacCollin directs the club and Mrs. I Elizabeth Newton lVIaeCollin accompanies the club on I their trips as soloist and chaperone. Girls are selected to fill up the membership each fall at a tryout. Besides the pleasures, the girls from the club makes valuable the training so 1'eceived. E VVINTICR TRIP Friday, November 28 . . . Newell Thursday, December 4 . Pocahontas Saturday evening 29 VVebster City Friday, December 5 . Stratford Sunday morning 30 . Webster City Saturday evening 6 . . Eagle Grove f, Sunday evening 30 Fort Dodge Sunday morning 7 . . Eagle Grove Moiiday, December l . . Dayton Sunday evening 7 .... Lehigh Tuesday, December 2 . Pomeroy Monday, December 8 . Fonda Wediiesday, December 3 . Rolfe El SPRING TRIP LE Odebolt Correctionville , Sac City Ida Grove Rockwell City Lohrville f' Onawa AF I, - ,wa-aff ' ' Y - ' ,IV vu, ww:uHum'm im I H1 www 'um Gtfe I , wmaani:-mm-mu it III it li:t:.1uiQtj Page 172 ul FA ,i i ...H A Q ' , .Q ' is ,ff ..-N QL tr .Quatre it !z.:1' ' 4 X..-1 ,ifsfrfu . 1 Ia, i lf , li Men s Clee Club lg F ly I ,C ll liz' l llll ull ll g ll V 1 4 gl i, El lil TOP ROYV--l". lluy, D. Wnnrlrull, R. Wilson, l". R.0l'IlDllll1JQll, P. Zielu-, E. l'l11gln-rgr, ll. B1-nz, R. McKay, lI'. Hi-i-rn-H. - ri MIDDLE ROW-M. llowurd, R. l?-urrnws, L. Castle, G. Glnzier, H. Dale, li. Slleerer, P. MeCollin fDi- ru -t url. I l3OT'l'fl7lll ROW-C. Bulkmun, A. MeMnstf-r, YV. llilrnor, A. Bulkvmn. G. VVeld0n,' P. Ryerson, C. Grieve, ,I V. Hurt. l' ' ll ll' l ll OFFICERS I 1 President RONALD VV1LsoN Secretary . . HAROI.D HARTLEY Librarian . VERLE H,fuz'r f l 1 lx 'I Our lVIen's Glee Club rivals our llffadrigal Club when 1 . . . . . 1 it comes to XV?t1'blll1g'. beveral times, each week, we can l . . . . l 1' i. hear the strains from their meloclious voices waft from gf, ' . . l the conservatory windows. lf once you hear them Slllg, all 1, . . . . 1 iii you will know that such a glee club is an organization of lil ll which l.lfIO1'lllllgSldC College can be justly proud. li' li il af. ill l ig ITINERARY l, ll lil ll . r- fw April 5-Inwood il , l 1 . .1 l 'if April 6-Hawarclen .Q I , 1 ' 1 April 7--Orange Clty lll lsf , , 1 April 8-Paullma W l 5 April 9-Spencer .fx nn , , . , April l0-Sioux Rapids .iii April l l-Storm Lake W Apr-il 11-Alfa cevenmgl lil M lil V . 1,4 1' ' fl il 'f"g117r'f'ff71X:fA:--f' . O ll il I .C wa--.Q?2f2f1i:?' f11.:?5R2"r-Y . Lfwiillllzlllsxllll lllllllll mlm rum wmulumulln illmuu mm ..ii in o-.vi:l:,?i:Q,96igr:,Z,1qN..ly15, ff V 9,5 K- .2--14.---f ,,-1f- Y-----'W' --1' ' Page 173 1 l C3730 944.5 .X af Eb 1 Q 'Q e fm 1 A lb' .X Y'-ui? ., f 'A X v'QJ2WV "rM i I Q U U Q M ornlngszde Band 3 , ,F I, 1 1, i il fl Sl ,: ll IIQ1 ll 'FOI' ROW-F. Grieve, ll. ISL-nz, P. Zim-ke. I-1, xlIIl'llll1ll'l. ll. Woml1'11!l'. W. llihnn-1', W. Iimndr 'fl .liO'l"I'OM ROXV-l'. Reynolds, ll. Asxnus, .I. Yan l'l'lll'5t'lI, ll. linek flllSll'll1'IlH'J, I.. Flllllll R. Mivln-lsun. nu fir J! 43 Our college band, under the most capable leadership of l 4 1 EEE Prof. lluek of the Conservatory, has proven a very effec- :5 tive factor in the arousing of the true Klorningside light- ' ing Spnin NVhen everyone eke www frozen up on the XQ bleaehers,tbe old b:n1d xvas out in force btnling blasts of l . lil defiance at the enemy and we brought home a few VIC- il tones l Ill l l. 'U ll sl 12? l i' 1 , I . , . pl' K , ,zfgnwrm r 1 - ,,., M- Q J H UEQQ2313:1:1:1r11QQj1E:1111157711 Il 11111111 111 , 1pfllf vm 5 U U 1 I Page 174 .. i wwf? -f , . . Miz? If O ' Y,Q'f 0 I 'Q-f- Nm -mag! A v 14 if .V - Z I U Inter-Soczety C ommlttee l C C I . TOP ROW--Merle Champ, Lnuru Engberg, Frances Beaclmm, Mnry Decker. MIDDLE-Flossie Day. BOTTOM ROW-Cornelia Louder, Ruth Hire-lmun, Hazel Bergeson, Elizabeth Bradley. OFFICERS - HAZEI. BERGESON, Chairman The Inter-Society Committee is composed of three dele- f gates from each of the girls' societies. The committee f makes all rules governing "Open Doors", rushing, and , other society interests. A - ggmmiiiiiiijmiigiiimm , if,ljE?gx:t eumqi 152' Page 175 I4 II I 1 I I I I Q Y In Q O "' x X f- - ,r - wQ is QIIIII? QSEUIEIIIIQS l ib ? 55919 - iv A212 1 iq li il III III . :I I II W III' IIN i :I W ' Ig? F orenszc League M I II vm !sI I . III i " 0 V ' 6' -D ' ' w 554' un i 4 . I ' 5 ' I It I .III IM I It 7 gf ul xx s I: i . II 5 - 9 ' I H X III , I ' II . fi 'Q if I rr A 9 ' O 9' .. .. as , I 1 'XR ' 3 -A ' v X I I . V . W , II ' " -x ' ' n . I x ' I , I I' ' . IU I I If I - N .iz 1 Y IV I L ' I ' ' 9 ' - '- III I - . . 1- . I H C' 1 W ' 9 III Y 1, ' Qi , , Q, , w I . u.m.. , M .,.,.. . W 'I'0I' ROVV-IC. XVnIl4-rs, L. 'I'wn1:uod, IC. Iimrlluy, R. Aeklin, Il. lItterhuek, H. Bei'1,:eson. ' CI'IN'I'ICR-R. linrun, I. Knight, II. Williznns, Prof. Marsh, A. Ili-ek, R. Johnston, II. Foukt Ii. CI'IN'I'I'IR-G. Hniith, I". Day, I.. Ilieklnun, A. Slun!I'er, R. Lung, A. Coombs. .IiO'I"1'0M ROW-fli. 'l'rindIe, A. Carter, A. De Vaxul, II. Mnrsh, II. Benz, A, Mc-Muster. I I ' This is an organization which has for its aim the I furtherhig of debate and oratory. llnder hs supervkion 'II a series of Inter-Society Debates are held. From these IH, . . Q debates, the representatives for the Inter-Collegiate De- wi bates are chosen. I. M I II.. I WIA. W II , ,.z5?i22?ZvZ'f ro,-+I - Mfg,- q.5i5:::m I IILIIILIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIEIhhIIiIII IIIIIIJ Fi- 'iT??T.,53Ci g-.f Va V x .W ' t I' Page 176 Ellie Stowe r 4-" xxx , 'r A """" nb Pi Kappa Delta y V1 1 1 1 1 'Q' V ' i 1 3' K ' ' 1 X 1 1-:eral I J TOP ROW-A. De Vuul, Proficienuyg F. Bruce, Honor: A. Beck, Profiuicnuyvg R. Long, Honorg H. Mnrsh, Syreeinl Distinction. MIDDLE ROYV-Prof. Cllnrlf-H A. Mlll'Nll, Spot-inl Distinction: A. Calrier, l"I'n1ornity, President. BO'1"l'OM ROVV--T. Trefz, Proficiency: L. Hickxmln, Special Distinctioll: A. Coombs, Proficiency: S. Stouf- fer, Proficiency: L. Twogood, Fraternity. . The Pi Kappa Delta is the honorary literary society of Morningside Collegeg only persons who represent the college in intercollegiate oratory and intercollegiate debate can be elected to active nmennbership. fdur chapteris one of txventyuthree local chapters in the United States and this year it is our good fortune to entertain the National Pi Kappa Delta Convention at Morningside on March thirtieth to April first. Colleges froni Cfahfornia to llichigan xvnl be represented. Rlany intercoHegiate foruidc ac- tivities will be stagedg among them is a debate between the University of Redlands, California, and Nlorningsideg and an oratorical contest, in which all colleges may compete. Pi Kappa Delta holds a great honor for all who are members. 111 111 11111 1111 111 11 1 1 111113 , V' -9- ,,.. 1. I 1 11 1 nr 11111 Page 177 EWU? 5519335 ,:"'4 K-Ly' ' 4"-ff Hi ' ' H 1 Annual Board 5 V E A , Q 1 ,,,,, , F Q , ' - GY v f ' P 2 i ' 5 i E E , . N ff! xt 1 i g Q? A . K we 5.6-4 . 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I ' 'Af' ,f ir - I The C ollegzan Reporter 5 ,.- . ..- --...- ,, , ..wt,,, , .--,,---..... u I as - , , 'lag I it B 0 l' 11111 B Uftfl' ' "A GREATER MoRNaNasnns-- , "I VOL. XXIV ' MORNINGSIDB COLLEGE, SIOUX CITY, IOWA, FRIDAY, DIICBINIBIER 5, IVI9 Nu. ll gg11?1-, ., J?--fv-'ef--Q-r-e-.V f:fff.g1,.-gm---vegan-s-sn.-..f:1,-,ff-::M:f:.-:.-H.-- ' 'Q-vqf--t:' v A.-. siww- -Y-.....,,.. Qfaimvw 'uv -"N-unknown-I ummm- - ' ' - w.-nm-i.' L IIIIIIIUIISIIPSEI Ill. rg: ,, ,U ,, SEIEII SUISH I0gIIII If L - N'-:g:,g,IIIIIIIIIIII5SIIIE SIEPS , - ' w- naman., 1 an x nm., If VIIIIPE III HSIII IIIIII y ggggggi- III IIIIIIIL WIIMEIIS ig: I .. IIIIII IU? IIIIIIII III I " ' 114 I -.1 L, .nu ., Iv IIIIIHEIIIIIEIIIIIIIIIIIISI r 51353 IIHIIIUIIIIIIL SIIIIIIESI7 Q 3 QT IIIIEIIIIIIII BIILLESES n -- - my -- I A - . -- A --1 cxmoucd. roncun 'ro cNvi'::I,C0AL mmms srmvs in W 'WINOW RF-COONIZED BY AB- ' , Lnm' TO wm nv ' "" wun -ro GET.1'HE ala f' "i S0C"IT'0N 0' WVU' ii,-, ll zap a scoaa i, ' xvnw-r vos-rvomm. 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Good news, snappy editorials, and few advertisements is the slogan. The Reporter can boast of one thousand subscribers, who are scattered all over the United States. 5 . Q E 2 Q E , ga j ,-17 -- Y V ,I :W "' 74 ' I ' 1 ! !fP'f fi - ...........4Q Em!1!?1! """" ""'fHH-Hgki Page 179 1 nag' -: ew me Statue A . si :mf WI ? .... , .4 2.5 .- -f r fx f rx ' P vi X 7 Engineers' Club Q . 2 . UTY . i E 1 9 5, if - '15 J Ag ' 0 ' , ' f 5 1- f-' ard 'el.g.4-Q, , ,pk lt .A , 5 in, E I 4 i . 3 ., Iv gg I , it' I k' ' W, 1 W A5 N 9 , i ff' is " .1 1 :kin A 7 ' , , ' i . 'FOP ROVV-IC. Hivkmaln, P. Shnrnr. P.4NiU1'l'hC1ld, R. Rouse, L. 1'riuh:u'd. A. Seemun. 3 MIIDDIJC RONY-Prof. R. N. Vun Ilornv. Prof. G. G. Gruber. Q BOTTOM ROW-1'. Ryerson, H. McCabe, Y. Liu, H. Rnun, E. YVunig, VV. Gehring. 5 i ' OFFICERS Z ' President . W. E. HICKMAN Vice-President . . E. C. WENIG Secretary . . LEROY ROUSE 1 i 5 Recognizing the need of organization, the pre-engineers of Nlorningside, with the assistance of Prof. M. E. Graber, organized for the first time in 1920. These stu- : dents, in order to more fully and appreciatively pursue their respective lines of work, Q decided that this might be done through regular meetings in the nature of instructive It programs. Thus was the club organized. I i . 1 ii M it ' '1 1 f' - x,,,..,f:. - V W V if "H UiiYIUUHIIIiiIIilHlI1IilIlIIlil.lii.i IU NIH liiili iiimriiiiiil Ii Iii., 3' I ' ..., i A- ' J llllllllllllllllll I .' ' ..... AIUIIIIIII iv ug!! ,-e-,,..., VM I aiu V P, -Q -3 uuuuiu ni 1 .1 mini Page 180 Each yea1', for twenty-Eve years, young men and young women have been going out -0' f no glffwf 47,-Q'.3l S' 6' SQ ' -..Q . o A g?3gI:ssE EUHR? gwmjf Alumni Association OFFICERS President . . . S1LAsRoREM'09 Vice-President LESLIE H. Krwosiwrav '13 Secretary . . . Lois CROUCI-1,16 Treasurer . . ROSS P. BROVVN '02 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Paor. VAN HORNE '00 HARRISON KILHOURNE '17 PARN ELL MAHONEY '12 from the halls of lVIorningside College to take up the tasks of an ever-needy world. Nearly six hundred students have received diplomas. It was in the classrooms of this college, their Alma Mater, that they prepared for the difficulties they have met in later life. Under the guidance of the Nlorningside faculty the young life of Northwest Iowa has received a broader vision of the world and of world tasks, until today, the alumni of Morningside College are to be found in every walk of life, in nearly every country in the world. True, many took post-graduate work in other colleges and uni- versities, but, nevertheless, they must credit their Alma llilater with having laid the foundations for further scholastic achievementsj Some gained success as bankers and merchants, others as lawyers and as physicians, still others as home-builders, mission- aries and ministers. Morningside is proud of the achievements of her graduates. During the World War, every true American was loyal to his country and showed this loyalty in every way possible, never flinching, never shirking. In like manner have Morningside alumni stood behind their Alma Materg especially during the past year. Thanksgiving Day alumni returned by the scores for the Homecoming Celebra- tion and to witness, once again, the llilaroon warriors battling upon the football field for the honor of M. C. By providing the crowd with confetti and all kinds of noise making instruments, the alumni proved that they had lost none of the old Mforningside spirit. ' Morningside alumni, during the past year, manifested 'their loyalty in another and probably more lasting manner when they responded so heartily to the call to raise the endowment of Morningside to one million dollars. Had it not been for the generous gifts of her alumni, Morningside's goal could not have been reached. After all, the worth of an institution is measured by the produCtS Of that iIlStitL1ti0l1 and Morningside College looks with pride to the men and women who thus far have gone out from her halls. , !,,g, - ,- 77'r 1 - 7 K' ll 4 C -1 i ll- ff-f-- T. nuumniu :i.Q:mi1i1nmmli:l1 f 7 I ' ' X 'X , 'f li mlLHmlW'l'1!-'U"W'H Hill' l um --Hillt- "WWw' ,,1::f,4. , - '-1 f 07, Hip 0' ' JL -W f Page ll Elin? Simms WQQ1: T1 l M 3 1 I - 1 E 5 . 2 i F 5 5 E 5 3 a 1 Z i 4 ,I ,, ,, .,, Awme. Eggs-Mm fd F7 ' i 1 - I 4 1 I ' 5 F'alx rosdman W me 'Ru.c+-ju A42 B Vide 'U 6 W A - ' 1 A 2 3 I MQ Page 182 ,L ' , Y 9121-7'-f' ' ' IIIIIIHIIIHIIQ f' N ! ml Mmwnlmmvu-mEI'mfE,muEmm,m umlijwlv 4 - E ...Y YV- i - J 9 fr! Q 5 3 L E- W. Q' I J l1 1. l V xL,,' 6, 1 ZR ' f , A 1 I f ' Q- 5 ' 'a l A AI1 --5? 1 AI E X I 4 I V 1 A XA VI .'.." .L , Eg. ,1 , i in-,,1ff,, I 'l ' f A rg wdn Msfmie 711. ' 1 1 ' - 1 i I , 1 - I 1 1 I I ' ' Q E' X k 4 4 I 3' 9 v M , f 1' . 'y fr lf-4. ,- ' IJ . 1 5Eqn.:m.,,x . Prwwz . '- GLM -... 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Y. XVuerl, E. 'l'hulnpsmi. Y. Ustlong. E FIFTH ROVV-M. Evans, G. Smith, M. l"0wlul', M. Dolliver, G. Wilson, L. Nuns. Q Organized 1909 Colors: Canary and Black Motto: "Fcliciter, Fortiter, Fideliter" OFFICERS First Term Second Term lfresident . . MARY DoLL1vER ELIZABETH BRADLEY Vice-President . . . ELIZABETH BRADLEY GLADYS SMITH Recording Secretary . . GLADYS Twoooon LUCILE Twoooon Corresponding Secretary . DORIS CHAMP Lois HAAS Treasurer . . . . . MERLE CHAMP MARIE DOUGLASS Critic . . GRACE WISHARD HELEN ALERO 5 Reponrr . . . B4ARIE IJOUGLASS BdILDRED SABIN Sergeant-at-Arms . HELEN ALRRO VERNA OSTLING Chaplain . . . . . IRMA STEVENS MARION PENN Chairman Social Committee MARJORIE FOWLER VERA WEED E CALENDAR S Apr. 25-Grand Public Nov. 3-Pi-Ionian Hallowe'en Party at May 24-Pieria Up-River Trip to Stone Vera Weed's Park Nov. 15-Open Door Rlusical Program 3 . . . . lilay 31-P1-Ionian Up-River Trlp to Nov. 28-30-House Party at Esther I Blue Meadows Walter's ' June 2--Installation of Officers Jan. 6-Christmas Party June 9-Pieria Alumni Banquet Jan. 10-Reception for New Pledges June 12-26-Pi Camp at McCook Lake Feb. 2-Debate Dinner for Ionians Sept. 20-Reception for New Pledges Feb. 3-Installation of OHicers 5 , - . l 1 7 y Sept. '73-Tea for New Pledges Feb. 13-Valentine Party at 'ln ogood s Oct. -l-Reception for New Pledges Feb. 21-Pi-Ionian VVZ'1Shll1glIOl1 Party 5 . . . . . . 7 Q Oct. ll-PlCl'lil Initiation and Dinner Ht Red Days Oct, lg-Pi-Ionian Ioint liar 6-Initiation Dinner Oct. lg-Eleventh Anniversary Banquet lltiar. ll-Pieria Tea for Athenaeums at the West and Zefs E . 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Lenzenr. g 2 Organized 1909 Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Motto: "'POssunt Quod Crederc Possum" H OFFICERS First Term Sacoml Term E President . HUGH FOUKE J. 'IQREFZ Vice-President . . JOHN MCISURNIEY JOHN MII.lilili Treasurer . . . . BOE BROWN MII,TON IQLAUS Recording Secretary . . . CARLTON CORRETT FRED i.VIClVIASTliR Corresponding Secretary . . JOHN MILI.ER V ROBERT MCKAY Senator . . . . . . ART COOMES HUGH FOUKE MERLE SHAEENEERG GLENN WELOON Sergeant-at-Arms . MARLOWE EVANS VVINFRED DAY Financial Manager . . HUGH FOUKE HUGPI FOUKE E Pro-Consul . . . LAWRENCE HILAIER LAYVRENCE HILRIER . - 2 IONIAN CALENDAR 1 April 25--Pi-Ionian Grand Public i E . . . -1 - May 30-P1-1011121.11 Up River 'I rip 5 . October 2-Annual Rush Stag gl January 13-Ionian-Otho Debate 1" January 1-l-Ionian-Philo Debate , ! , ' Februar 2-Debaters' Dinner 5 y 2 5 5 I E E Z lm iIEWmWi!!wEi11'1HIHlH11U!11H1'1H'H'w'!mQiif1!E O' f " T ' JL 1 -- . 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X nfjjrylwglxwgwmjjxrgnQglgQg11ifr3HiglfQilx.1unlgglixnxililumlxhglllullfiiukxg 7 f 71117 -f - ' w f ' Pay? 194 L1 .4 -M P I A , .. - f 'S VA f 4- - or 6 AM, .at Y I I I Z etaletluan Literary S oclety Z FIRST ROW-H. LIlYVl'0Ill'0, L. Ili-ikes, G. Groom, E. Stnllnrd, F. Beuehnm. ,SECOND ROW-G. Ovel'uckm', II. Brondlvy, B. Scovillo, E. Goodsitc, -l. I'l-lll'1llYliZ, L. XVIIIIIIITIS. THIRD ROW-L. Wnng. C. Brunullc, 111. Liclitcnherg, I. Knight. F. Daly, M. Kidder. FOURTH ROW-M. Brongllmn. R. llirlcmnn, IJ. Skcwis, F. Mueller, R. Wedgewood, R. Bushnell. FIFTH ROW-G. Brndley, B. Spnnglcr, lil. Bennington, E. Day, B. Carver, Z. Bond. SIXTH ROW-G. Armbright, M. Fergeson, IC. Bnlkemn, E. Wang, B. Reed, R. Willets. Organized 1898 i Colors: Scarlet and Black Motto: "Esse quam videri" 5 1 . f OFFICERS 5 First Term Second Term z President . . HARRIET LAWRENCE BEATRICE CARVER Vice-President . . FLOSSIE DAY ETHEL DAY 1 . 5 Recording Secretary . . BEss1E REED -IVIARGARET IQIDDER s . Correspondmg Secretary . . BERNICE Scov1LLE RUTH WEDGEwooD I Treasurer . . . . JEANETTE HARTUNG EsT1-TER GOODSITE . . MARGARET FERGUSON RUTH W1LLETs Critics - FRANCES BEACHAM ZELDA BOND 2 . , BEATRICE CARVER BERNICE SCOVILLE 5 Directresses . GLADYS GROOBI EVELYN BALKEMA ETHE1. DAY GERTRUDE OVERACKER 3 Ushers . 3 ESTHER GOODSITE BEATRICE SPANGLER Chaplain . . EMILY'VVANG RUTH HIRLEMAN 5 Librarian . HAZEL BRADLEY FRANCES MUEI.LER i 3 ZET CALENDAR 5 E 1919 E May 10-Zet-Otho Up-River Trip Oct. 4-Informal Initiation 2 May 17-Hen Party Oct. 10-Formal Initiation ' May 19--Zet-Otho Breakfast Nov. 3-Party at Bernice Scoville's May 19-Slumber Party at Bernice Sco- Nov. 22-Open Door i ville's Dec. 9-Coasting Party, Zet-Otho May 30-Talbot Farm Picnic Dec. 12-Zet-Otho House Party at Q June 9-Reunion Dinner Ethel Day's Sept. 20-Reception for Pledges i . 5 . 920 Jan. 13-Zet Breakfast Mar. 8-Zet-Otho Joint I Feb. 2-Debate Dinner Mar. 20-Zet Banquet 5 Feb. 14-Valentine Party Apr. 12-Grand Public E RVlHm'mHM nun ' ' 'gi I If I I- F- f?"5 I P Emiiiiimxiuimmm ' A -ju--WJnmunm.xgiM f- , ' - 1 'X Wg . .. . , ., - Njqi ,gr Y- " Pd9e"I95' me wwf li . f, A f'f qi QYAY 'lik H 2 is J 4 , i V , :I nl ' I f s lg! 5. WT 1 W A J, w ni ' 4 w WM in A' , 5 ,ul ' K ,W wg! H V11 i r Y M M H u W M HA H ii W Qi - iQ W W' WM I WMM, Ju ,df ,,N ,--W,,,A Page 196 Q Z J Qflfuff fgwlwf ? 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IITHIIIIIIIL F" ' 'kv ., - " X - 'X f -, ,' 131Qfl!fUHgrflM1uQiI1iM1Unjumnugxru:mmW1111l1u111u1hHEE1MH1mMyZ i-'vi' ' Cf- " 'J -r 1213369219 ' "' " ' 2 I - 5 ' A Q , 5 i r ,L I ,i, ,l, Tv? ., IUI!'I!!!WWWHUL.,f''UHWWW 'Page .198 .- F.--T -W, - , E E I- I D o S , -V O 'wif ,, v N '- ,. t ' , 3528. ' 3 .1-,Q 'fa ' f A 2 4: - if X 9 rl - N5 1 3 5 Q E 3 . Q E 0 0 a i - Othonzan Literary Society - 3 s FIRST ROW-A. Carrol, D. Peters, A, Bnlkmnn, S. Hutchinson, B. Mc-Pherson, G. Chipper. : I SECOND ROW-T. Asmus, H. Mnrsh, E. Winklomun. R. Bvdell. H. Hartley. J. Van Peurscn, F. Fowler. E E THIRD ROW-W. Mnrsh, A. Seomun, F. Dunn, H. Rnnn, W. Wolle, ll. Hickman, V. Hurt. g 2 FOURTH ROW-P. Fingerson, E. Rnun, F. Ertle, ll. Glasgow, C. Johns, O. Min-rns, H. Butler. 5 FIFTH ROW-L. Down, A. Jeep. P. Morehead. F. Rornpungh, H. Down, R. Johnston, H. Meyers. - Q SIXTH ROW-A. De Vnul, E. M:u'qu:n'vt, A. Beck, Il. Spry, E. Rnnkin, W. Hanson, D. Woodrui. - i 5 Organized 1891 5 Colors: Royal Purple and White Motto: "Sauviter in Modo, Fortiter in Re" E E ! 2 OFFICERS 2 Q First Term Second Term 5 President . . HAROLD RAUN WILLIAM WoLLE Vice-President . VERLE HART AXEL BECK Recording' Secretary . . EVERET MARQUART FLOYD DUNN Corresponding Secretary . ALBERT BALKEMA PARK MOREHEAD First Critic . . . ARRAM. DE VAUVL LEON HICKIVIAN Second,Critic ' AXEL BECK- HAROLD RAUN I -R . . 4. 1 ' Janmoryl. PARK'h40REHEAD ITENRY RTARSH Historian' . LEON-lH1cKMAN LEON -HICKINIAN OTTKDCALENDAR April 4-Joint Roller Skating Party May 7-Ravine Breakfast October 3-Annual Rush Stag January 12-Philo-Otho Debate January 13-Otho-Ionian Debate lg February 2-Debaters' Dinner i February 16--Annual Banquet March S-Leap Year Party E . 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A' ' mu.: n QL, ,1:1Qfaf3w1f!i2fP ' -2: Page 202 KN 'ta-Q'.2'- QQ? had Qgfiifytae gill? 2551311333 ' T i, 1? Athenaeum Literary Society FIRST ROW-E. Dunngun, L. Engberg, M. Reuber, D. Utterhuck. SECOND ROW--G. Leonard, L. Pratt, H. Bercxeson, R. .lohnson, V. Clark, A. Carter. THIRD ROW-G. Knapp, E. Tremnn, M. Stolt, M. Hanson, L. Herron. FOURTH ROW-M. -Iohnsmi, R. At-klin, L. Bunnistf-r, V. Anderson, B. Dudley, Z. Baldwin. FIFTH ROW-M. Decker, lil. Shelton, F. Anderson, C. Cooper, Z. Stanford. SIXTII ROW-N. Moss, D. Ayers, A. Hoeven, N. Long, M. Jacobs, S. Torgeson. President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Corresponding Secretary' . Organized 1901 Colors: Blue and White OFFICERS First Term . ADA CARTER . MAE HANSON . MARGUERITE JOHNSON . GLADYS LEONARD Second Term MARGARET STOLT LENNA HERRON GLADYS LEONARD LAURA ENGBERG RUTH ACKLIN EvA DUNAGAN Ushers ' ' CECIL COOPER , HAZEL BERGESON LOUISE PRATT Directresses . T INELLIE LONG , , MARGARET STOLT DORIS UTTERRAOK Critics , A GLADYS IXNAPP RUTH JOHNSON . Chaplain . .,., M1NN1E REURER, EVA SHELTCN Historian . LIICLET ANDERSON VETA CLARK Reporter . . LAURA ENGRERG ATI-IENAEUM CALENDAR March 22-Informal Luncheon for Alumni Athenaeums April I-Picnic South Ravine April 5-Joint Hard Times Party April 12-Breakfast April 30-Joint Stone Park Breakfast May 8-Mothers' Banquet U May 16-Picnic at Riverside May 29-Joint Picnic June -Alumni Breakfast November -Open Door November -Informal Initiation January -Formal Initiation March . 8-Joint Leap Year Party. llI1Ill'!lIIl1Tllll!lIlllIII,l1l1l.ll1Ilmf.lM mmmmmm " ff'QQf"3j , f J-X 3 minimaItntmimmm1n tMrnmnQttmQtg Pi , f agp PI Page 203 I, w IN CL'I-E5 K' 6, Cyo Qgx 'wbfff 'H Em? mmf W 42 -1 -M.-1 U' fl .1 E f M' 1 i J 1 Q l J 1 5 1 ? U , 1 i 1 : if 3' l sg I K . ' 1 . s N H ,,,. , . V I l A V i A ', , U " Hf H? ' I lx ' V 'lf 1 ' " wi' . ig: ' ' i 1 ' Q T i . A 1 . 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Srrhuldt, C. Grieve, A. Mursull. O FFICERS .First Term Second Term President . . . . . H. MAHooD U WENIG First Executive Board . . R. WILSON H.4RT'lNTAN Second Executive Board . A. HARTMAN LONG i Third Executive Board . R. LONG CASTLE Recording Secretary . . G. GLAZIER BALKEMA Corresponding Secretary . C. OELFKE MAHOOD Treasurer . . . . E. ENGBERG HAsK1Ns First Critic . . C. 'NORTHRUP P. JONES Second Critic . I. P. JONES BOGARD Fine Officer . . K. KLAUS MICHELSON CALENDAR April S-Joint Hard Time Party April 24-Annual Up-River Trip April 30-Joint Stone Park Breakfast October 4-Annual Rush Stag January 17-Philo-Otho Debate February 2-Debaters' Dinner March 8--Philo-Athenaeum Leap Year Party ,, - hw-ea ' - 9+ - -.-fi Iffifi Iffii I H ' fiI'11If1 ,Q.?g'5.-a155??21pfi' .tg 'f11" P 'l'1" 1' 'l1"" .-'ff , . v ie - .. 4-.- . , ..........- Page 207 I Hill Illlilllllll H I lllil ll llllllllllllllll lllllllll 1 W 111115 55113111115 1 1 ,1 5 1 11 1221 1, 11 4 11 1 11 11 . 1 1 W 1 V 11-31 I 1 . - 1111 1 111 11 1111 11 111 1 1111 1 1 1 1, 1 11 111 11 1111 ,,.. 1- 1 111 1 , 1 1 I ,m 11 1 1111 11 1131 G1 111 1111 1 1 1111 119 W - 1511 1 111 , 1, 1 1111 ' 1 111 - ,1 -A41-7+ ' --M MT" W 1 1, X V ' ,-Zb'2f?l"4f'1'1Z Qtl'-xfqffif f-'M 1' , V Y-, .,-,. R -W HK- , ,df 8,,111111:1111:11111'11' 1 1 11 11111 1 11111111 1111 I1IlIlll'lI1I1II11 11111111L1111:111111111 jifflitlfg-if ,1N'.'frib.T,:, :1:.i?f?x,...:q '1 W, M , , , L Q,-r?--3-if?-li. 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Arnold, F. Bruce, A. Sturchler, I'l. Smith, R. Bond. 2 - i OFFICERS ! -T First Semester Second Semester President . . ELMA BUNN MARION ARNOLD A Vice-President . . GLADYS STEELE AUDREE STURCHLER Q Secretary . . h7ES'1'A TAYLOR HAPPIE SMITH 2 Treasurer . . . CHRYSTAL ENGBERG RUTH BOND g Sergeant-at-Arms . . Doius LUMLEY FLORENCE BRUCE i E THE COMET'S FLIGHT FOR THE YEAR 5 5 2 For several years the question of girls belonging to societies in their Freshman term 3 was debated hot and heavily until some of the "dear green little things" decided to settle the question themselves and form a society of their own, with a president and all . . . . . Z 5 the officers just like their big sisters. 3 It is the purpose of the Iskoodahs to help the girls in debating, music, ex ression 5 P a f and to get over various forms of "stage fright" which still aHl1ct some of the girls. 2 - E - i Q E AMnnf ' X' " S rErimni'u ri 1 nrrriifiw ru A z-- - - . 4" -' v, Q mi W-:zum ii i ui nnnmirg rimuiixmirigmunmiugukv QE: ,.,Zz :gm qydwe, Page 210 , 0 , ' 'R-fc i A o f emi S miie A w 729' -l IE U T - f' Hawkeye Society I Tor Row-1-r. mis. c. Reima, P. wma, L. Diwis. BOTTOM ROVV-AJ. Bushnell, C. Wegner, L. Green organized sepiemlier 27, 1899 Colors: Gold and Silver Motto: "Non Palma Sine Pulvere" OFFICERS E Second Term President ....... CARL WEGNER Vice-President . . . LESLIE DAVIS Recording Secretary . . WALTER REBRUD First Critic . . . HoRAT1o CANNON Q Second Critic . . LUTHER TROUTMAN Treasurer . . . . . . MARK CORD : Corresponding Secretary . . . MATTHEW WARD 5 Executive Committee ARTHUR STULAND, WALTER REBRUD, JESSE BUSHNELL E gg , 1 'V F i 3' -uim.......n- iiii .fiuinwiigi Page 211 ' 'E-kJg- o ewan F- V . L-95? ig. wfswl 'Pri Q. Elms Summits? ,u ,Xgf swfw V Q O - Crescent Soczety i 5 E V . - I 5 4 . 2 l ' ' ' g , 3 eg' , G Q ie- -f E l . . 5 i . Y 2 a X 5 QA 5 i"--fx. - V ' il 'wr -- T. , e, 5 I' 5 r , X I ,Q5 - F .Qt lk . ,. ,,,, A' I . . . T ' Ag ' . 'J LQHQ' . 1 A f - , , ' ..,. . 'l'0Il ROXV-li. Kohl:-ztvdt, XV. Kane, M. XVeisbrod, V. Kolllstvdt. 5 MIDDLE--R, Montgomery. lS0'1"1'OM RONV-li. Vain Sickle, E. Meyers, B. Leni, R. Doighton. 5 . I Organized l899 i Colors: Nile Green and White Motto "We Succeed by Doing" l ' I OFFICERS l Fi"-if Tlfflll Sefond Term l President . RUTH MONTGOMERY MARY NIAYNE Viee-President LUELLA KOHLSTEDT NIERLE VVEISBROD Q Secretary . VERNA KOHLSTEDT RUTH DEIGHTQN Treasurer ELIZABETH HICKMAN BERTHA LENT 4 First Critic . IVIARY MAYNE E51-HER MEYERS E Second Critic . . RUTH DEIGHTON RVANDA KANE Corresnonding Secretary WANDA KANE PAULINE ISEMINGER 1 Chaplain . . . . MERLE Wmsmzon VVANDA KANE ' Reporter . RUTH DEIGHTON PAULINE ISEMINGER Historian RUTH DEIGHTON LYGIA MCMILLAN E 5 l , FJ'-z:.'T'Lge' 'f..... ..,. ..p...ir:fqfq53TUfv1i-fEm9'Eni!11i fit' " , Q12 - V'-U -l 3. 1392-1-Ullm-1.mmUHUm,UllE'-'Writ'--"A--H -":.:rrQ-all--H f 4,713 i 1 iw, 95, i l1EI!llIiV!TI1l.lil1.l11.l,lI1'H1IIZI1!ll.l.lI'I - JL , J, Page 212 n J I N 4 , H H I N W M M f- N' ,WP QM Siwlwf f m I IU Y . ! I Mi ' I ll H N N In il I : U A W X 4 , I ,f ,a U ia A fri 5 1 i , i I "4 . I - . - , . , , W ' , u ' . ' ' ' v ,. .md H! ,vm ,fH1w:1jmlmz1mumm uw H mxw'6Mnllrmimixliilllxxxlllullll Z-3-li ' " X 'K f -,7 mllillllIIIIIKIHHHIIIIIIV uumu rm wx wx111rz1rM111M11ln1m1hmr1 ,r 7---- -ff-, . , , f - - V ----q., Page 213 IH II H IU 1 'J xH 13 VJ 1 1 1 x Em 460 1211115115 Ci ff r., .... . . A, I- ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 J 1 1 1 1 . 1 11 13 11 1 11 . 1 31 11 1 I 1 1 11 ' 111 1 . 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X l AH gl' gy J ff gig ni, fy H U 1 w M1 I1 ' fi V! lg lm It IH! 1 ,11 xx 1' wg! if iq if 'N 1 Q 1 M ml M 5 1 1 M y H! ,iz if 1 h 9- 11 HE n Us r ' I 1: ,N M' A N lj m lm 4 Nm ! M M? V? UQ, - x Us , 'IH xi! IN HW L 1, H EH! M L 1 if iT i M M 1 1' u 5 5 M V W vw X A fL?f??3E???'C-liii-f3'riY1 A if LH,:cxz.:::::1:x.:. ww -- n:,..1 mx nn , Page 215 L g QELVHUIS Sammi ff M S 5 gl 5 QI 1 fi ff l El Q I I 1 I ,HN 152' ,Li nh ,wi MM IV Ei' yrs, YL F A ji IH. P 4 san -2 ea E BG' Bti I I urnzngslhe :allege I GOOD COLLEGE v Well L Equipped Ae 0 Conveniently Located Efficiently Manned FOR INFORMATION WRITE ,Q FRANK E. MOSSMAN, President ::, -... 31-1 91311116 wg '...- -5, m N '-I SIOUX CITY, IOWA 95' 99 sag N s Q elif Erase eli m E E f' Z n..............m-4.rlrlIIIII.IIIIII1I1H11l1.I11II.II-IIIII.lullI1IIIIIIIIIIImulummm-um.n-n-. .ml I E! f I l 4 Morningside College g 3 3 M is happy to be able to announce : I . E , J that arrangements have been made . s ,J E H with the Schools of Engineering of E 3 E l ' the State University and the State 'lv i Agricultural College by which . J, ' Morningside students, by taking three years Work at Morningside 1 and two years at the School of En- ,, t il E gineering, may secure the degree lg. 5 ' : fg from Morningside and also the de- if . .Q g El gree of Engineering. js, :ff , ly Q iz. E, lV1'ite us about it. ffl' .1 IM ru Eli H ---I--I---------4-'-------1i'-'--"--'-'-V----------------'-------1-'--'1-"'--- if? I'l ll: El 'li ll li e fl? f 'm 'il 5 is ll? li , .i H elf ggi lil lg, 1 lu I or Us M lu 1 lil all l 1 lil H- ,fi " 'L0l35l'q!l A - H- ' .--f' Y' Jlfwi, HALL 1.1. 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The newest and best things in retail merchandising-in serving you-come to Davidson's first. Confident of this continued approval, we are con- tinuing to strive to better conform to your desires, day by day. L--A4 ,, . ,Lili fl. ., V 'Q N ! il 'QE MTQI ln, Q0 THE BIG STORE if Z SIOUX CITY IOWA f-'TTT uf-ff?-f ,,. , P FX, V -flf'fI:lr4Fd'.Q F, - NJ ,Q ?f:g1g:i149'fg21'1yg,Lfg qifxilarlv HQ ' 1-,L cgi f 'Y' ' Q. E T H ' 55111112 SEWER? Q e N e m E E . E 5 ' r E ' 7091, " M, "f -' " ll S X V 2 f ? 1 ' 1. 2 5 Q , ' .' .L ll - W' 7" 'J Q WR V 5 ref? Z x X S ' - 1 f ? ik E , .gg ,Z!.Q gg 55, 5 a,mg 1 I - - . 4 J A 'ff U 1 i U A ' tu, 2 . 1 V 5 5 li ' ' i 1 , i ' 5. a 1 ' ' 1 I J ' 0 - l i 5 1 16 1 T 1-1 X ' 5 , X S ' N I g I Geesel 55? X 5 1 L 3 flxc E li 1 E , '- I -Q. 1 5 xii, I I . I .Afwl F aol 5 E 1. All Fools Day. Annual election. K f ' . . . ra 5. Otho's and Zet's frolic on R1VCl'S1ClC roller VA Z . rink. Philo's and Ath's turn country lads Zff X 5 arid lassies. - 5 ' 1 2 10. New Athenaeums entertain old members at 6 E a kid party. W- -J ff E - 15' A 12. '1routman, Myers, Shafenburg, Lee, and b Hunt qualify for Drake relay. E . Www 15. Who stuffed the ballot at the "popularity" I. 5 elections? - WZ, f ' 16. 'lhc only living ex-president lectures at E auditorium. fz I l ,,,, ' . 17 Easter vacation Hoo 5-ie' No school Q K 1 I I l ' ' ' ' I ' 1,1 X ' Vdncafti oYx from Friday 'til Tuesday. ' it . I Q . . . ' 19. Morningside brings home the bacon from W 5 Drake Meet. -L X Y I E 25. Pfs and Ionkum appear ni grand pubhc If lg? Q "It pays to advertise". I I A 5 . . . . 1 --r 26. Debates with Mitchell-results in two vic- 1 l V to1'ies for M. C. XX 28. Dr. Nordfeld lectures to girls. if ' A I, ll' V 1 El.-. WMM? X D 45 .. E0 'e"-is , A . ,. glgrlllllllllllllllllllllll l I ll11,ll'1'lllllllllllll'llwg11l lllllllllllllllllllllmff U :FY -' if -- X wr Lv Y llll llllll ll I1 l l Illl ll llllllllllyllllllllllllllKN S Page 221 i. rr Iii ,. i I I - K I 5 v! l 1 1 1 l , 1, ll lm , it 'w w.. al I l l li .V lil it it I! . Via, 'fir' Lfl vffie A ,J Q3 Mmm if9U'lU'ImiQ 'Li , r . a f I l , 1 1 I I , K H IR I 1 I All Ready for Warm W eaiher Special Showing This Season 7 Q MEN S SHIRTS OF QUALITY l l This season we made a special effort and 1 ii procured the best line of SILK SHIRTS fl 'I that had ever been displayed in this city. Q it Our assorimeni is compleie in every respect in c Our patterns are unique and attractive. A style to satisfy Ii i everyone. These Shirts are specially priced from l 'el y 55.00 to s12.50 yy to Complete Line of other shirts, 31.50, 82.50, ssaso ,I I A very fine showing this year in ii :ly NECKWEAR-HOSIERY-SOFT COLLARS Ii UNDERWEAR-PAJAMAS My Call and Inspect Our Goods lVe fire at Your Service yi RSHEVSKY h nil 30 ' I RE HI I: ADO E5 it ' HATAND l 1 r ll l if I fx A - H . .ir. ll . rr .. r.r r . r.. .... . . i. . Pay QIIIII5 WWII-III53 I . I 5 I1 Clfflfl SIOUX CITY, IOWA IL' , E' EI An hotel that aims to 6, please each patron I ' regardless of the F' I extent of patronage I I Ig . I E F L I w I II II II Serves all alilge-wilh promplness and 'I unfallering courlesy as I 4 Q III In .J A - I ' 1 1 V I III I Ili J 1 EURQPEAN J. B. HARRIS III 5152.25 and up Manager I W, If II s IQ II X. ,Q Ambwgzl I I-I I i!lfEIj1xz::1Ixnx1I'11n III:1f':::11Il:::::.::IIixTr-Q IIIHIU57I'I'53I'5-IIIEIIII IIIIIIIIEIUIIIIIIUIUIIUIIIIIBIIQB Page 223 i I L rl :H R- ,qi I I O 2 , , . V ,., ,- ' 1 if ? Q -.-f ff K 6' w -R' 0 .4 M 95' '-- "- il M f Q52 Q' - ,T:l. M- w ,,,,,,,,,,,,,A ,,,,,, 2 ,,,.,,,,,,,,, Q ,.....,....... 5 .........---- I ------ 1 ---'----' 652' V- --: V i somx c1'rY's FOREMOST CLOTHES STORE I g-rf X 4" invxq, 5 mvgnxfuu . , Y , i f i " -"i 'ly' ff" E VT V R I E FOURTH AND NEBRASKA ,li 5 Z ly k-1 1 0 oz' es sped 5 Ml - - lie! LOTHEShave ' , a language of y i , ' A3 - their own. They i ,i ,l speak silently, yet - Q' yy ' 1 -often more for- 3 G l Q' In I cibly than vocal , 1 ' - sounds. No class- Q 4 I is unaware of their it I : message, of their f l i l importance, no - o n e - m a n 0 r Q R : woman-is free of A - their influence. 1 Q re - R 5 F HE k i n d 0 f Q E clothes We sell ' ' h a v e a dehnite E ig, place in the de- ' if mands of men, be- lk 1: cause they are ' ' good clothes. The i Q, business man, the I lil " banker, the pro- Q lu' ' fessional, the sal- - . ai-ied man, the young manfall,'find in theta tlhe refirgelnients :I 3 fl f of style and tailoring requisite if you wou ave y ,i ll I! clothes speak 206 ,gi g - il I he Moore Clothing Co. , H liji ' : lr ill - ....... ---'i lil il 5 A-EA.-.rn ..---------------- - """"' 1 'il' - ' llli , , iii Jiii,m4WQ,,.,.ff1-5 ,,,, ,lc 1fi-Axii-,1,:,,ym 1i,'1l...:r:::m ClQg:::rQ:1ii:g:::g -A -H, - --A L.. rg:-ly!-alvgfijik ,,., -3 Page 221 V l I ' 1 fi as at carrie -get if 1 ff! Leaf A SQQEESS '?'W- . ' 'Hr s , l A v ' i - F 2 g E :+L " rl , I p X Mai Q"l'E5f.-?.-Eg' l Invitation "M" lyfeet. Sioux City wins. UM' AX K? Girls' number of Reporter published all Meet f Q dolled up in red type. 'J . . . 1 . .A , "'w J W Ruth Pitstick stars in the gnls track meet. D'-b A Madrigal songsters delight public in home - M S 1 concert. ' , u ...,..'-ig. y ill "Jim" Lewis lectures in Chapel. M, W T 59" 1 Student body marches to Monument where K! H5"'1'Uui ' fQ1Al!llVnnlIlul,ll I I I they listen to ffgtumpn addresses. 1 r -. r I A 'U . May morning breakfast displays culinary 1 ifillgllllllp.-Illwi " ability of Y. W. girls. "Wl1o swiped the A U bananas?" Drake wins intercollegiate ,n"""-"' 2 g e sh 1 meet from M. C. by small margin. N lr' p Zet-Otho breakfast at south Ravine. Ju- ' L niors win home track meet. Zet hen party. ,. X -' L, i Pi Kappa Delta dinner at Nlarshes. lla' ,..- f- Xb? "' 1 i H f X .c .. Zets sleehf?l at Scoville's. Elfdezlyl ' ' Wi' ' 1 P "Nordy" elected president of student body. 423 J- l Sophs give Freshies a bath in the Floyd. . Sophomores had picnic to celebrate victory. Y BL e .... , . ' t a l Animal Philo up-river trip. P1 s have pic- Q X LU 7 -" - 1 nic. Po Fx' , 4 ll Y. M. and Y. W. Joint. " V. .7, ,,:, ,, 3 .q if , "r"vTeiV' ' -""!'e'e.s' i Philo-Aths's breakfast at Stone Park. Zets 5 ill, have annual Talbot farm picnic. Pi- 29.-- -5' Ionian up-river trip. Til.-. I. "M" Club banquet. Prof. Van Horne K C 1 toastmaste r. . f li-Ve A 1 i ' ""' ll. lin 51 illi ll ,LQQIg1f"f"T7l:::q" . gi' fs'-f " C V... u..:r Page 225 Q' fi as i tllarr mama sf q . .. 'Qi as fer f f Q s - -.'- - f I PQYD af' tx ui..-V ff47' V -. - .Je-'f b E. g. U '11 tl l if 5 2 w . I 5 'l 1 ll ei il 7 Ei L, l , 1 l l F E I i H lf le iii. i il. N112 ll? ei Page 22 ,,1 al, .,... i..,li.. ,, f f in W, ti V X fx, N Wi X. 'lv li' ,ix Nil' lilllllllllll 4a X my ll , M e2 l f all E, X Z1 6- f illvxl Wha!'s the tlzing fo do about cloffaes? EVERY man knows that clothes W are high pricedg and that poor ones cost about nearly as much as the good ones. VVhat's a man going to do who Wants to make his money go the farthest? Therels only one thing to dog buy good all-wool clothesg pay the price to get them. They'll save your money because all-Wool Wears long- erg you won't have to buy so often. We knowg We've seen all kinds of clothing. Good stuff is always economy. - ' Hart Schaffner G? lX1arx make X., clothes that really save for youg that's why we have them and Why comlmmggmhmum We talk so much about these clothes. IF THEY DON'T SXITISFY YOU YOU Gl:T YOUR MONEY BACK ft S orsnnlxo six rrromzs Mvss vol' . 1 lvl The home of Hart Schatfner Sz Marx clo he I S XR. . , - . ' -3 - fi: -0 H 'X X larihzzlliliglli Q rilf-g.',',-V L14 Q3-M2119 f ,, 7,l.,,54,,:.i, ,iilJl4j.7:.z.,iI?:T.1..L4. igi1.Tu" Y 1.-'i4 -jmVAl!hY-YYQVY.HULLKL1-l N ff N 1 l z X L N . xx N .. jd? YGZ 1, 45 ' 4' ' r STUDENTS :bi .. g has ARSUNW ::3,4f5 47 x.: 1 HE 'W ig 5 S -1 we f - +5321-f , i 'f f dpi' '- 1 f -lg , "'-:1f15l i ff fifriifzirigf I, f 590 ffjic - f-sf Q ,ff . ,M g ,, -L ,M P,f f- K , ,-fp' O 0' ,F ' 4- hfii g 'I iff ,:gg::i i iii. ' 'nf-Y AY WV C'-N"1""' x H L J n fl - 19 jf ITRADE if ' -. 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' x E x' 3 L E L 59 5 . - PJ '- A ' ,,4,,g R Qi 1 - O Q ' W 'f me Swine f or F M 4 l li l ' l I i w E Long E5 Hansen Cefnfnzsszon M O Company O I LIVE STOCK COMMISSION NIERCHANTS I Sioux City Chicago SO. St. Paul Winnipeg "Your Satisfaction, Our Success 1 i in -'-'i 1 We will be pleased to furnish you with information re- garding the market or live stock conditions at any time 5 f i E THEY ARE BUILDERS OF Energy, Health ana Enaaranee r SO Necessary for your School Work yg il ji la jama bnculates Ill F' MADE BY if J 0 H N S 0 N Sioux City, U. S. A. 5 . iaa-aaaaaaaaaa--aa at MM...ii.,.a.....MM.......i.iiii.i,i,,iiiaaii.ii......i.......i.....,,,,,,i..i.,..iii.ii...i.i,.,,...,........i...i,i,i ll V x If ' .'1'W'5f'l ' y --"f -,Maw Y O .H pU,:il:1rl1.m. 0 J x ! I wager! L' Y gl1g11gnjrMiV:::,:::: .'1::s:: milmlrziiillitijmfg I inll.1,lillllllllllllllllllllllllilllilllllllnlnI, Page 228 J G0 F' ,ID I B ,i rt U 55 D . xii? Baseball team win three out of four games ,, --downstate trip. 3 Q, Qs V ,ff 4' xii 277 '---"-I " 'YT ff X "' ' Fouke tennis champ. of Morningside men. Ai X . f l. srsfiifs Exams begin. Freshmen and Sophs look ,fd 0 1 u A ,Y F - 5 ' -' C . worried-and cram. Juniors and Seniors fy. r' e ' A look wise-but cram. ff - I :T mt xk " Graduation exercises of Department of Ex- ' ' prcssion. , A . .1 ' fl Graduation of Conservatory. Prof. Hayes, 7 fy: N, assisted by Miss Good and Miss Brown, ff, . fygpt' ' , scores a success in "May Pageant". fl N .T f' Baccalaureate Sunday. Miss Woodford gives an organ recital. "ef ' ' ' f . . 8 1 W Class Day. Class play, Society reunions, ' I Campus illumination. 1 1' X I F ,nn l I . . - 4 y fi 4 X4 cz. Alumni Day. President's inauguration. , V ' Y f Address by Bishop Stuntz. Alumni Lunch- I n Rem-LQLLL ' eon. ff . .Q I V i ' 2 177' ' . Commencement exercises. Address by 1:71 Bishop Lewis, D. D. . A A A432 U 2" 1 xv i U1 D Y fzv' QE 'H i Tiimuiurniu .- ll.lVll!l5lI1lIlIllBfETHi Um K- "' Qpwpf' i "" Page 229 fog UW Starr c oal Z 1Af-'CW TAM flsk Your Grocer flnyfwhercf' HLVIIEII, I my 'THC-CUT,' it mean.: .S'Ol7lL'f1ll.llg'I17lfl, in this case it means GOOD Coffee-I'm proud to be itx Trade-Zlfrzrkf' -TAC-CUT. S ll! A Secret! "Why is TAC-CUT alfwayx the same, always uniformly good" "Why does TAC-CUT have that Rich, Real coffee taste - so Fragrant, Pungent? - Well, that's a secret and welll tell you where the secret comes in ""'Sll., "The Secret lx in the Blend" We expertly blend just cer- tain types of "Old Crop Cof- feesl' and use a special process in roasting to produce just a certain "Cup Quality"-and that we give to you as TAC- CUT, The Perfect COKEE. Hfe ask you juxt to give TAC-CUT the chance to show 'what REAL Coffee Is "YOUlLL THANK US I" K'55Wvz-1: ' o'fQ43j'l':ff'Q' .wiv ,xy A ,e A ..r Y iv i1Qzu::i:I1l:11l.:: 1 I f ,H O :I l,:yl,1':ff' if, Emi? ENEMY M1 'X :tw-' , ,, S. Everything in Brick Any Shade, Any Style 1 Builcling with Bride f1T A ZUODERHTE COST ya li The Practicability and Stability of Brick- its value as an rl investment-as a thing of beauty which will be a joy forever. Thoughts concerning these matters We would like to submit S for consideration. I SIOUX CITY BRICK 8z TILE CO. OFFICE AND DISPLAY Room, No. 9 WEST T1-HRD STREET The Place to buy I 1 Mg. 14, in K GUOD 3 SERVICE PM T1 Edwards 8a Browne Coal Co. Mi ii RETAIL com. 1604 EAST FOURTH STREET I if -I S T , r TrTT T rr rT r e 9 L' ,,.,.,,..n 231 me SETHHE f i F I RAPALEE MARBLE AND , GRANITE WORKS T Largest Zlfonument Ffouse in the No1'tl11vest lr .J I r l ! 1 5 . nil I 'FI Most modern equipped plant of its kind in the state ,li li' il You should see our immense stock and l get our prices before placing your order 605-7-9 WEST SEVENTH ST. SIOUX CITY, IOWA 3 Q 1 T CLASS PINS zz MEDALS :: EMBLEMS P Q MADE 'ro ORDER 7 I A Jewelry and Fine PVatclz Repairing Zunas Q9I5nn 84 Clin. 5 ESTABLISHED 1895 E MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND Q DIAMOND MOUNTERS 'f I lj . 510 FOURTH STREET AUTO PHoNE 3211 If . F I, L11 1 ' 0055012 ' "-7"' ' ,ff ' W. 1. ' rma'wmr:::x1:11,::l.sT. X I imarirrsirzzgzmzrznzlirlx, mnuiinazmr Pug J! . , i i - V i i r 1 l ,I gi V5- i :x l 'N I C-ff' " 0 " Qu f ,,,.,. .Af N- i s .rim so 42 Q li? Wulf Q 2 I 'L e e -f-for e -5-,r D 2 e - e - . 5 :35gig?iifs'i Jiiuslni'fYELL--f:JiR1IIlIIII!iN ' X In'l1 W . ' 1 ". 'Q I Y "YV 'ae Ii'-U' ' ,A E ' l 5 5 ' 11' ' ' f"":l"' - 5 -ix vp ix f ,- . ':.."-:- 1 m :Ff5f""' I, 3 NX. .Ng ,ii ..- , x gf 2 Q' . 5 , 5 ll! ' r .Y X .N H- A 1 lp' ti IJ' L " -N ,, XX' nl I, VI ' 4 V J "lYV,1 I 1 tt . ' s S. ru : -3 711 is Q i X ' , I H ' il U 4' 'A Y 5 Nfl ? 6' 5 16. Registration. New faces mingle with old , Y ,V 3 faces. i li., ' lg i N , l I ff bl - .I ' , . I , j 17. Y. M. and Y. W. entertain at reception. - I 'Q E 1 Eggs 2 ' . ' l. 18. Classes begin. Dr. Campbell gives over- WTQ 'i i sf seas experiences in chanel. Eff- ' ' 6 "'f"'H. 5 Ur. ,Q W 4, 7 ..- I I' 19. Sister societies seek Sophomore sisters. 1 5 s i IX fiat may 4 l . 0 s f' I 22. Freshmen initiated in Capt. Jinx at Y. M. i 'iffy l. and Y. W. 'joint. ,. ' ff l iq ' I i i dffiigrlk lllrv':1i - , V l ,-on N - 3 Jaw K K 25. "Freshman walkout" to south ravine. i j j l l' 'i i lei Q5 Y i -hr ll 26. Epworth League party for students. QQ. X .. " I ll . 3' limi 'l l .. - l ll 29 1 ' " F -' S -' if ' ' if Y ii . d acu tv receptxon. eatunng angel s 'E f i ress suit. ,ig , ' Y A if W Y El il L g f l rl rl 1- V yi ll M g lp, 49,3 l Q xl-l V l fl i ll l ill l 'C li ll li 1 Ill itll ll xi: fzimcccffl C f' ea C C .,l,.,. Lwiiliitimiii I ...N mummy W M77 X mgmmmmu . i . i Zmlnmghg Page 233 il .1 ea 54 il if, gi, i I il Hutt T 9 , Kleeblatt Barbers Supply Co. S Importers ofl:nfloVlT7l,1c::siile llienlers in C Barbers' Supplies, Cutlery and Furniture W See Us for High Grade Razors, Strops, Hair Tonics, Toilet gg Waters, After Shaving Lotions, Creams, Etc. 1 618 Pierce Street Sioux City, Iowa V1 V' V H , bi -asa use ,C p EVERYBODY'S DESSERT: . The reason our pure Ice Cream is "Everybody's Dessert" 'l is that it is the one dessert everybody likes and never tires of. T And just think! This favorite dish is absolutely pure- 1 cannot harm the most delicate system. T Eat a plate of Ice Cream every day! It is good for you - and always be sure that it is CC 9 79 HANFORD s 1 The Cream of Quality i MADE nv 5 Hanford Produce Company 1 Sioux City, Iowa ' ll T MANUFACTURERS OF ,h Bank, Store, Office Fixtures and Interior Finish ' our Morro is: QUALITY 507-509-511 WATER STREET SIOUX CITY, IOWA iirr e tttit t Pay X, fr- 6 930 1 lllff Q' P . ... .... C f ' 3' ft D PT RELIABILITY EXACTNESS COURTESY If V lx ' ,flfy :A N I t 'ik H Z , 71 u f mill ll 0" ' il? , '.-4.,,' . Y aims. ,Mug 4 ,QM .A Jwgwwwmbyfmwmmimyqawm qYou can depend on our Prescription Work as well as upon everything in our store. Illlt is reliable - abso- lutely so. I-llOur Work of prescrip- tion compounding is done with the greatest possible exactness. lgHVVe try to be courteous always Willing to aid and accommodate, without unpleasantly overdoing it. ql'This store appeals to and pleases discrimi- nating observers. Zllzzy we not be fafvorea' with your patronage when in neea' of Drug Store Supplies MORNINGSIDE PHARMACY lWILLER Sz BENNETT Sioux City, Iowa I ,, A .. L . i , 'Z l If ,Q Kodak Delft h ' ' l in fifsiigp , X Iwamtqw Pfui i X ff EuhnawlA q ' , ,1 V 2 ' I Q I 1 dll! i I - aff l I I ' . ii 7 ' X D! xl f ll, i ii, It if i il 41' ' 'Q lr N' ' I I il " t I ' , I I 'il i ' A 1 0' I 7 I I + , lf I U' all . T 1 I' . A 4. U na, ,W " -'fr' 'Z' .VWIMMWIIWXWWWWIIMMT ,pf r- f df" '2' " ' 'll 1 TW l lil! QQ XX ,er'hwuw Ezzniznilie: f I L-Ar L- 1' .. 1- ,, :ily Page 235 Hue settler Q4 f m H COAL 5 Boom at oLsoN, Inc. ll Builders' Supplies 5 Auto 86621 5 Bell 27 120 VIRGINIA STREET J SATISFACTION f A connection with the First National Bank usually means a Q permanent connection The completeness of our facilities, the Wide scope of our service, the readiness of our staff to cooperate closely-all make for satisfaction '- Satixfea' patrons become permanent ones E FIRST NATIONAL BANIK 0 f SIOUX CITY jf Capital, Surplus and Profitx, .f800,000 Four Per Cent Interest on Savings and Time Deposits 3 lg Ll A Our Plumbing E l Has Its Own Particular College Yell QUALITY and EXPERIENCE oRR 8z GRAVES co. it AUTO 1837 513 JACKSON ST. E I lil I Iii iiiiiiirr r iii i iiiii rr Page Jfh I 1 1 T " FNFJ I ' mix' ,,d 5. .. 620 M J - N erin is e one X e '13 Um Q' ' I E fa. , , ,7?Af, n I .--- 1127? ... J 1 20 5' if -1- ' f' -- as 2 f-ff iv-1'-'-I N 5- Qs 2:4 .V 9' Q V 3 , Li, - 4512 -ii. I E l. Bishop Stuntz talks at the Y. M. and Y. " , 7 l VV. joint meeting. ,A . 1 , - ns I i ' , as 2-4. Ionian, Otho, and Philo stags. - 'X . X , A rf . - ,V 6. Men's society bid. Maiiy surprised boys. ,p g ,'QfQQf'.f.,, . .. J '- 1 e j i 7. Picture taken of entire student body. 6 f 9. Pep meeting for Nebraska Wesleyan foot- 3 E ball game. WX" DR L V 1 v r' 7. - tif? U -777.77 7'- Q 10. Walk au ay xx 1th VVesleyan s goat. 19 O. S or-'ell 5.45 E 17. Pep meeting. Poor monkeys. Kearney 10 i - kneels. ,NC-bil-Ski XJ? Wnslzxi ues ' Zetalethean open-door program and public " wmX""-vb Celt' Q initiation. Pieria annual birthday banquet. XIX fx. fl q... O 5- I , , . . . rf f f . J Lecture "li.ourse". Little lxryls and Papa. 2? li 4512- - ' M. C. pep boiling over. Q Digi r lf ,Y Cf ' ' V, ' Gala Day on the Beat Vermillion spe- 441- X-' V 5 cial. Vermillion beats. iig- ,. ui GYXEEQ' Wt? I I 27. Freshman party-featuring "Wil1k". Ju- .3f V .3 nior party. K QINI I Quai: g lU 7m", Luskvmc I Yi 31. Pumpkins dance in Chapel. - 1 B' 'X' l lj . 2 l l' f f PuVn?wiN.C f 1 ,r a 5 1 il U . i, fl ii .Sl r il li iw A y Wm .ly f Kf'?7'XrzSe1'2z ' .pl 1---EffQ'3fQ- ' cm llmllfl' l I ll'5lll'l""lil"i 'l 'i iii!!! l..i 1 mi Illlllllllagiig Page 237 . OLYMPIA i 3 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii aiiiiaiiiiiiiliiiitiitiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiii iliiiiiaaiiiiiiiiiiiE a aaiiliiiiiiliiEi iii i il llEllili i iiii i i i ii i E , E 3 Listen! Look! Stop in here to get i ' ICE CREAM AND CANDIES g At all times, Olympia patrons are assured of price, quality, 3 and superior service. E Listen! Stop! Look at our FLOWERS. We have a continuous ll supply of fresh flowers for any and every occasion. E 4 3 r Olympia Candy 81: Floral Co. 5 lc 5 I , Phone Auto 2651 Flower Department 3242 Cor. F1FT1-I AND PIERCE STREETS 5 fi 1 P P i , 5 i .....-,www..................... ........,,, ,, ........ .. , . . ww.,............,w,..,...... ..m..i.f........ ........ ...H .......,,H.............w..w.,..........,...,.WV..............,.,.....,.ii....................-.w...... . I l i I ninmuu1inninmm-mumvnnvnmunmmvuunnnmmm:IinvnnnnnunnnnmmIIIIIninImnmmun11n1nnnun-1--1invvvitIIinimmIII1IImum-u.-it-4nl-i--mmitIII1.-.---.----.-....-mu l 1 l . , A THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY il You realize when youistop to think seriously for a moment F that your chance of doing better than the average person does 1 ip in the world depends wholly upon the preparation that you I ' make for the doing of some one thing in a superior way. .i 1 . We Fit the C ourse to the Student ll We cordially invite you to enter our Summer School tor the i , 5 5 T purpose of making this preparation and of course it goes li r 3 L N without saying that the sooner you start the sooner you will all lm begin to cash in on your education. Let us know what your 9 f plans are, and don't fail- to give us the opportunity to tell you El QQ more about our School if you have any interest whatever in a EQ I business education. Individual progress. n A position the Qi Qi moment you graduate. VVrite for information. 7 ll E .i NATIONAL BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL il Sioux City, Iowa Qlfglj--llilmfei l3F55i3Jfi-li-- 5311571337556 Qiizrznlm ..z1'ziiz:ii:::iiMiiiiS off- V. A f .S .,.. .-..,,-..: P a g z' 2 3 8 ' Q A-gjri 6 0 -5' WUI? Sfmlllff ,a HAVE YOU REALIZED THIS EXTRA VALUE Do you consider it worth anything to you, in.1he matter of home economics, that The Sioux City Tribune is offered to you for 1195.00 a year while other daily newspapers : printing less news are selling at iS6.00'to 512.00 per year? Do you know that The Tribune has enlarged to an eight-column page and now is I in the class of metropolitan newspapers? ' Are you willing, by your encouragement and patronage, to show your appreciation : of quality and quantity in newspaper making at a price well below the general price 5 level of the present time? : Why not make yourself a present of the extra money and at the same time get a 5 daily newspaper classed by thousands of readers as one of the best published at any price? ' In addition to giving the full, 24-hour service of the Associated Press, the full, : exclusive service of the United Press, and the news from hundreds of correspondents 5 in Iowa, 'South Dakota, and Nebraska, The Tribune provides Something for Every Member of the Family The very best world's news service and a special condensed report for busy readers, E independent and fearless editorial reviewsg premier market reports from all of the 5 principal centersg entertaining reviews of national political affairs by Mark Sullivang g high grade serial storiesg household features. . DAILY COMICS--"Mutt and Jeff," "Bringing Up Father," "Uncle Wiggly Stories,"' , "Young Lady Across the Way," "Fox and Thiele cartoons," philosophies of Walt Mason, a E 2 s E 5 5 s 5 E i i 5 e 5 2 E 2 5 E E L lL I 2 1 5 i 5 E 5 E E i Ill l, I :II Abe Martin, and others. -I ' The Saturday night paper gives you the best in Sunday features, Colored Comics, Children's Stories, etc. - For the year 1919 The Tribune printed an average of 19 pages per day, a daily average of 63 columns of news. What this news average means many be better Q appreciated by comparison with a few others newspapers. Daily Average Columns of News for 1919 EI FI SIOUX CITY TRIBUNE .................................. 63 I St. Paul Dispatch ................... ...... 6 0 Minneapolis Tribune ....... ------ 5 9 i Omaha VVorld-Herald ..... ------ 5 3 Omaha Bee ...................... I ------ 51 St. Paul Pioneer Press ....... ------ 5 1 Des Moines Register ......... ------ 5 0 Des Moines Capital ........ ....... ------ 4 9 Kansas City Star .................................. ..... I 45 Ili Topeka tKans.l State Journal ..,....................... 38 . . . Il , Every newspaper in the foregoing list charges a higher subscription price than THE lm SIOUX CITY TRIBUNE. Have you realized that this extra value and are you disposed to approve of it? ' III Il ,.aII..w,, I "1 dy - ,III IIIIIII I III I lllllmlllhlhm 5 7A:"il'j wlIff T IIIIIIIIII I I I III llll :IIHIIIIIQiQi? Page 239 EEE stiff KR .I E! TODD-BEGKER' GO. 4 DRUGS, CANDIES : KODAKS AND FINISHING 5 I I A CUT FLOWERS AND DESIGNS E Enjoy Refreshments at Our Fountain 5 ' 3 l I . TODD-BECKER CO. ? l 1 l S . ' I I The very important articles and the 'e little inexpensive gift are given the Tl same carfeul consideration of the Beck organization. IHWe l seek the student trade, and the past forty years continuous E F store operation with given satisfaction is our record. is 5 Q' WILL H. BECK GO. 55 N 415 PIERCE STREET E ' E 5 1 WM. BEUTTLER RALPH ARNOLD 1 BEUTTLER 8: ARNOLD 22 J V, I ARCHITECTS il 1 This Firm Designed the Alumni Gymnasium and in i 4, lj I ,ii Rebuilt the Conservatory iii 230-35 Grain Exchange Building li Auto Phone 87091 SIOUX CITY, IOWA ' ffl il CHESTERMANZS QgifffgY I VY Eg, mg, CARBONATED Vi, IL' ith 1 CONSISTENTLY mi SUPERIOR W l I T! 1 lil' ,qi Made by the CHESTERMAN Co., Sioux City, Iowa Wg, l I El I ill I I 5 Nl if l ll I W V ii - 'Q" --""" I at dxf- , H A P Wg Wav ay Y . K. , Y I Y g ,- n , .I -L2--i' .I F.: ' 1: :1 :rx ll mlHUIHmUIllw- 7,'!W'1?lmlil'U'5lil- 5-'+A '1?:?2'f::i "e 5 s,..,- f'-'I-F , ,,, 'ffuf' f mwdhvf wi ,J-lilf? f' A -Y v-- ---""':Aru-.f 511'-V--...L ...M ,-- Pagf 240 X-. O Qflhir Safiwlflrif ,.4 - ""'N? ' , ,g,,xSv-. Q QA -ffF+svwx.g' ' ' :aj c f" 5 s V" 1 -W- K glaxguf grhfk 5, Q!':7 if 'X 3 " Eisa s -. if 21-.4 M sb sz. i ZWCST57'-.A' .lll' , ' f' ' ' ., . fy Sf e U - ici' Easy victory over Iowa State Teachers' football team. Big time at Hallowe'en party. The "Simps" from Simpson taste defeat at hands of doughty Sioux VVarriors. Armistice Anniversary celebrated in Chapel. Attorney General Havner delivers address. Juniors win volley ball tournament. Send team off to Valparaiso with a rousing pep meeting. "Valpo" defeat in detail by wire at gym. "Stunts," Sioux City A. C. A. give recep- tion to Junior and Senior girls. Barracks turned into D. S. Lab. Big bonfire on Bass Field to warm up for Notre Dame game. Turkey Day. Notre Dame beats M. C. "It might have been worse." "Prexy" fires first gun in 5S900,000 drive by sending out Maclrigal Club. Nlorningside scholarship placed in top rank with American colleges. Actions of several llladrigals open to sus- picion during their leave of absence. iff'-5' xxllf F fr X ,A YU-YD' ff Alix ' 'PM 4 I Ui L A. A f M i , ' " 'C Q x9 2: ---7 1 5- f. X f .1-'NIA Z f K If x V14 B? ' 1 yr l jggiggh, W I I' - -'2' . eff,f.dCii Day N X Wt g L Qvewxbev- 31551. s over , -wchdaswvx , lj Xu' i ai- :la E A jf 12 ' - nascar 2? Jet 14 af 3 .- l Ms li 2? 2l 0'Db L g ,dnb . ' ,6.. Q ' ?Il'll'l'!2 Y ' i- 7' V ' f,--' w " NJ H.i.i:i:u 1 .i..m..1n..n u 1il1U'Hu1iiiliir X3 G Y J-"'f' .rw Ag ww? g -lil-'y Page 24 " G-21 I ff ,E Q IITR Sfeuxmullif III Ie, I THE HOUSE OF I Quality, Service and Price I I I T, I ' 5 , II W I I I I I 1 II: I I I I I I 1 I I I I ' 'C T f I Z Home of I OLSON SPORTING Goons I 315-317 FOURTH STREET I 5 SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS E EXCLUSIVELY Everything for Every Game in Every Season I, I I . ' - -- Y- 'YXEQJ'-f' A giwmwmmmlbmwwwww I'f1"1fll1II11"11111f1 gggigigi'" X II ,,I, WMM Pag 242 E I, -1-4'1f':1i'7'2""'E'l""':'::M -N , ,a gf- A. Kdfwrvi-rrsissny. W1 e LYQO A A 4E'Vl.sgiffga"BS1, , 1313? , seeps 0 ff Q. f 2.4915 'HL If Uivmllig' I It is not alone better merchandise or better service that makes one store stand out above the rest, for nearly all stores sell good merchandise and give good service. Today it-' is a matter of policy that counts. E In selling better merchandise we have always tried to make each sale a personal E responsibility. WVe are not satished until the customer is satished, and it is this Hon- the-square" policy that has made us so many true friends. S , A I e, S VV AN-ANIJERSON CO. , I 413-415-4-17 JACKSON S'l'RI2E'l' QU,-ILITY DRY GOODS 0N1osi1vPrinu-ss Tlmarrc E Y , I Q f i E 5 I if E 1 Z 5 5 l i f E 'e f F 9 l As Our President Used To Be I , El H E3 E, 5 . , IQ , U all Farmers Terminal Elevator Co. l ' ONE MILLION BUSHEL CAPACITY il l Elevator at North Riverside l Oiiice: 205 Grain Exchange Building e I 1 I SIOUX CI'IY 1: :: IOWA . I Hug-iimmm my ilfmrmmmlrmmmiimmimiiinifihrmmmmi 5' I" rfb l'IIllI1ElIlI11llllll.lill.T1llIITlllUliEIil1Ill1lL 1 1 .ill 'l::ill:'rlzuu:m 45' Lim "A""!Y4-In ' Vlzlvamef, 'iii' -QM IW HM' Page 243 Uhr Sums 3? E 5 E 5 E 2 i E Q i l E E l E 5 5 s s 5 2 5 5 E s I I I I I ' l E i I I T l 5 5 Z 5 i 5 I E 2 l l V ,gr lllllllllllllhglllgb j I A -I: P a g e 2 4 4 Clothes that Look and Wear Well : Smartly tailored and styles up tothe minute, will be found A here always. Shirts of quality and Ties to match. Shoes E with lots of snap and in all leathers. Our prices are right s s s . - S 5 i always. Try us before buying. A STANDARD CLOTHING COMPANY l : 710-712 FOURTH STREET U A Man Might Succeed without a bank account, but modern - business requires order and system, and a bank account makes for that condition more I August Williges nearly than anything else. l ' .l Q ' Manufacturer of Our morn than tfzumziy-ffuc , yfars' axpvrimzce can be of f unfold help to you--FREE 2 FOR THE ASKING. ' 5 .. , I I . I Woodbury E 310 Pierce Street l I County Savings Bdnk SIOUX CNY' Iowa I SECURITY BANK BUILDING i - 4 l SIOUX CITY zz IowA l l I W Q ..-L - -..-.-.sL-o. so r .c.r s. ..L,.-e,,Lw,, .sri s,,-...----.-, s - WATSON AUTOMQBILE. COMPANY Sioux City, Iowa ' SiouxyFalls,f S. Dak. Lexington Minute Man Six Q Hart-Parr Tractors Vulcan Implements E Gooclison Threshers Bailor Motor Cultivators y All 1nanufactu1'ea' by SPECIJLISTS in their line A . - - ,, il , ' lp i 2 ' . O i 'if "": " W- ' ' ' mix' me Summa -e to A 2 X Z 1-5- -E 5 : Y r 12- . f f I ' 3. Madrigals view landscape in truck, alias 'fy X E 3" Lai ' Bus-Bob 'Train, etc. Q 4. Cane Rush-Sophs Win basket ball game 5- substitute. L ' 'A 1 5. Florence Bruce, a Freshman, defeats all .,-f-"" ,.,,.-- 196 gag 'C Hula! if 5 , I -Z-6 W' N' J Mil jjj"" l 0 L. Q Ll 4 1 comers in Woman's Home Oratorical. i '-- H ' I o ' if ' V n :Y ,f , , Q f Cf in l 93? ig! L' 5 I . 2 6. Coach feeds his own gridiron boys. ,Q 'O ff f A i O qqkg-S5 g L li vwffeffffff 't - T 8. ' Math. III Class's camouflaged coal-shortage 7 , , , I s. W 1 cuts no 1ce with Prof. Van Horne. 7 ' VA fr ' I 2 rf 3 . 1 ll f Wg J F l, - .figs ' .- ' 1 ll . 0, Q fl 9. Madrigals return hoarse and happy. MQ I , i le glj gf H i le fx- 'Emerg ,f f 1 U 12. Coal shortage forces extra seven days of F tion- ' D ' Q Xmas vacation. - ll ICQ O gg-" I ll sf e ' W , I -Hb v-.W , . lr f f -,I l f in wan e "ff ' V - Lglglgrulmyliu rl:1n1W lu1111ln11lnmnimnmum1ll -Q" , 'n p j' an ll1llmEllgh Q,,-..- f.,.l, Y ,. Page 245 2 TI 4 3 , I -I I l I -f-free... fir exe the will aura A I Y QU I III 5 I111vIIvIrlIvI I IIIIvI"'f"""""""""""""" """' '''''''''"""""'"'"""""""""""" """' """"""' """' """ ' '''"""""'"''''''""""""""""""""""""' ' l It has been Il pleasure to this Bank for the past seven years to serve College Faculty ' I and Students. T ' li l In our Nrfw Modern Banking Home fwc are fully equipped lo tara for your banking nnrdr in vfvery detail l Sl Q Correspondence invited from parents or guardians in reference to this College Suburb ll l and will have our cheerful and prompt attention. z lil : MORNINGSIDE STATE BANK ' I 3 Q JoIIN SCO'I'l', JR., Pres. R. P. BRROWN, Vice-Prr.v. W. L. Aysks, Cashier ll! ' Dk. J. E. DEVVALT CIIAS. A. SMITH I if Capital and Surplus, 560,000.00 Total Resources, I'5650,000.00 l mumummnvnvvwv wmvmvvvvvvmmmvviv WHIIIII'IIw"IIIII'I""""' ilI1I'IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHH IIIImummmvmnmuunummummum X , 4 I II 1 I Q il .ll 5 PRIDE A ' Z1 E , O08 -4o.-l,,4'94. o l P l 'Q l E . - l l E IE: Illjr 1 FnANKE.ScoTT COMMISSION Co. I sTocK YARDS . I 6700 1 W' . in X cn' ' . ri I I4 l, l la I lL 1 I 3 IH ' """"""""""' ""'AlAA""'f""'"""""l"'"'"'"'""""""""'"'"""""'"""""""""""'"""""' """"""" I I , W A lil L. G. EVERIST, Inc. QI . i Instant SCFVICC on .I I J - E g CLEAN COAL : BUILDERS' SUPPLIES ll Call 2600 1 I III ITI'Illllilinf''EmmillVUll1ll1mEHlUllUM! IEEE llUl"'lIl IIIIII VIII llll lllll I ll I IIIIHIi:iIII1IIlQk3 Page 246 'QM "fy 5,2 C20 r ,,X'f X iii, 5 ezeE:esezezexeasezezewiezexerexexezereare19:9xezelezePzexezexaeeleiewestxeezexexezexezezezexeiezezexe' 55 ,I g DIAMONDS av ,Q THORPE 84 CCNIPANY 7, Q JEWELLERS C 509 FOURTH ST., SIOUX CICY, IOWA as 5 . J Z' i H 3. E 4 E 9l9l6l9l9l6 BIGIGIQIGEISEIGIGIQEKEIQEE?IiEl6li?Ii?Ii?F3l?vZ9liEI9lQI55146153FGIQEIGIQIQKGIGKEIGFXQIQIGIGISEIS!-919l9l9l9K?l9l6l2 i smezaexexe19IeXexe:e:s:e:e:e:OIe1elele!e:e:O:e:OxO:fslezezexeze:deze:exexe:O:OE:Oxeze:exO:O:O:e:eexerszezexexeleweie h 5 f E A 2 ,R When in,the City, Visit I :Vi E 3 325 PETEYS CANDY PALACE f g gag 4 E ' 015 Fourth Street, Or zz? A it ALPHA CANDY KITCHEN 25 ? 59? . . 'T 35 Fifth and Jackson Streetr E53 I S92 t A gg is , For your Home-made Candies, Fancy Ice Creams, Sherbets, fi ' . . . - it S22 Fancy California Fruit, etc. gf at it Q Special Attention given to College Parties and Societies Q ii? al. Drop in at Either Store T V 92 , fb , A H ' QUALITY -' " SERVICE 5 -. vfxvfxvfxvfsvfxvfxvfsvA1Avmmf9,le,lev x ,fs A AA A NA: 'xv xv xvx VXI lgzgfy v IQ, 7leaVAx7R7aUsUnTn5nY7nVN7aC4N lf7 lei9lei45iQi6lQiVleleivivivii5iGii7iG'l'9iGiR7117x9147i9lg17ri7nR7i9R7iGiff fiinel r - l - E l9161613EEEISI-910153551616EKEISIGXSIGIQEISXGIG131619136IQPZSXGZQZQFISIGEEGIGGKEl6l6l6l3F6lS!6IQI9I6l9Z9Z9I9I9l4 ' V! V gg EAT PILE'S ICE CREAM .3 The Best and Purest in the City . 5 U EE Wholesalers and Retailers Of Sweet Cream and Milk 3 5 if Our Cream is Served at 22 Morningside Pharmacy and Cecelia Park Drug Store E PILE 1912: CREAM OO. 1 M V V 70, FIFTH STREET f :eze:fszeEE:es:e:deRezezexezesxezezexezeEze:szemivzexexezezewxeiezeexeReese:e:e:e:e1e:e!eIe:e:e'.e:e:e r gll' "1lUHMm Im "Milli ll'1- armani Ti -iiiiiil Eu r.11rl 1 ErmmF n1rf i1rr,r maniidili Page 247 K 3 F Gilt 0 N of ou, PVHERE QUALITY IS 'I Q 45' REPRESENTED OSCAR J. HOBERG 5 sw. 1. FY rf If wwf thei r E 4? fi QQ? I - I JEWELLER Exclusive Things 410 Pierce Street F1 al 5 E ' Auto 1460 Snyder-McFadden Co. LIGHTING FIXTURES 602-604 Pierce Street Sioux City, Iowa V "Out of the High Rent Districtui G. D. HANSON 8: CO. Tailors, Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishings 827 Fourth Street, Corner of Jennings I Sioux City, Iowa Ml I F 3 ,iii mmiiuzmfz Page 248 For Excellent Fills and Highest Market Prices Try HUDSON COMMISSION CO. 210 Live Stock Exchange Building yi e 17003011 F ff ' - ,,,,ff Un. wzmzm' Q inlljlizzurnzmizin ' Q J, J, IL, ' --f .za V f r ii ,. r. l. A2 3 Ima U V5 gslmmf 1 ' if . , ,. it f,,,.,:...-M Q. 3 magma hUJwl ,lszy f-'i??v J A ' ggi - U ""'N ,Lv--' if a 'F' 1 l -W l Q li ,M of , --New Q f V P-an ..k. -- Y Spasm number two after forced idleness of nl " Q 21 days. Do your ''leap-year-leaping" ,gh 0 A, 9 Captain Shafenberg honored by basket ball l l teammates. "- r Debate pep meeting-"Whatever you say - . X 3 i Ili f goes." She: "Leon," ' Fl Q 1' j Zet Hen breakfast. Featuring Flossie ' 'K' 2 Flipping Flapjacks. X john P. Jones and H. L. Marsh first ' .5 ' "T, ip' Leap Year "victims". , i- Othos whip Philos 3-2. First of Inter- .Ar N, I, tm ul Society Series. f y f Ionians defeated by Othos in bitter contest, l " I 2-1. ff " ' W Philos overwhelm Ionians in last of series Q also 3-2. , Wx dip -.N-I .Iji "lJon't shovel beans with a knife"-Miss i qyif xl -9 J. Kennedy. Chaplain Hanley at Grace M. T I K -W lg Sensational almost tie game won by us from W A I , 1. O Nebraska VVesleyan l6-14. . I ' , if ld I9 70. Drake Bulldogs nose us out in two fast ' ' ' ' Iggy games, 22-16, 17-15. " ' H ' ' lil Ralph Parlette delights in "Big Business of Tao , . Mi, Being Happy". 1419, uf, 'N my ll I if Faculty party at lVIossman's conforms abso- -X N f ljii lutely to Blue Book regulationsf ?D. San- CA , fl ger at Girls' Chapel. I ' I Fl Exams-"Don't cram-you're predestined - ' to 'Flunkure'." iii' Lou Sarett-Poet and Lecturer of the Hr Great North Woods. Tsop-lVIaxe Jubilee-you know the rest. va early. . ,, In C K -1f?3PWQ'1T??3?fig1Q li' Page 249 W 1 R Q 1 1 , J 1 ei 11 5 1 1 l 2 +4 +1 U EV Y if N O W ! ! gi IS THE TIIVIE EOTSTART SAVING l r I-I E 1 SIOUX NATIONAL BA.NK V CORNER FOURTH AND PIERCE 5 SIOUX CITY FLYING CLUB INCORPORATED E We Fly Any Time-Any Place Pilot Instruction Exhibition Flying Commercial Advertising Passenger Carrying V P. V. HOEN, Pre.via'ent ' l S. L. WILLITS, Gen'lMgr. C. E. STIVEN, Sec. and T1-ms. A I If You Want "BETTER CANDIES" f B U Y ll SIOUX CANDY COMPANY i Products A nnn ninnnnnn ,nnn:nn Pg 250 R tl GARBER DRY GOODS CO. Headquarters in everything for the College Miss , l Coats, Suits, Dresses, Blouses, Skirts, Millinery, P I-Iosiery, Lingerie, Etc. A good education combined with thrift habits will assure your future success , Try the "CASH STORE" 1-way i Q E 6' W is HERE 2, ASO 'IQ i Q7 Ice Cream, Candy 0 j Q if and '08, 59 Home-Made Pies 'bca GD The Place fwlzere the College A Student Comes to Eat! TRIANGLE CAFE Now A PART or THE CAMPUS BELL 357-Handy Long Distance Phone I fr T VINE STREET RAY H. DARLING, DISTRIBUTOR OF 'QA my ' R 1 'W 6- ' I IVFQ fffflg' 1 ul I if TU IE IE 5 i lg Sioux City, Iowa H ll li E Q, X , ef 211-ever: ' ' A -s - ,f-e 1' C ff ----- f . . :H r----f 'L , H ,r -fl-'35 g,,,11,,,,,,,m, 71 7' 'fr M' flirgrmvmlnxgnlgglrgggupunrlnnn 1 ur.u, Jrjkxr , I nw P , , Y--A U nmrlzlguurmlrmnunlxxxlmx f V-f"'4 -1 v .f :Q .W J...-.--I - ---J , Page 251 I I I I :I ll ,IJ 'O :t'f-if O H' m'f?h if ,arm s Q Hue Smear ag! nf. ,.. " mic? . . W E l6Z69ZiH919191916!39E5!9'lQ9l6!6l9l6Z6lQH6ZSZ6ZS1S6!Gl9Z6!9!6l N666Z9ZSIS-I9lS!9l9lSZ9ZS1S1A4 2 GAYNOR-BAGSTAD COMPANY E - Q - 3 gig Wholesale Drugs and Surglcal Instruments I 1 SIOUX CITY IOVVA 2 E sf . . ' A 4 Dealers in Elaslzc Hosiery, Trusses, Rubber Goods, Glassfware, Porcelain Enamel Ware 6 EE Importers and Jobbers of FE E . . . . E ' Surgical Instruments, Physician and Hospztal Supplies, Ilospzlnl and Office Furniture Eleclrical flppararuser, X-Ray Coils, Microscopes, Sjzhygrnomanomelers Q2 .IQ gl6l9l6l9l9l9l9l9l9l53619191533191915EISZQZQXSZSIQEZSFZQISIQISZSZHQIQEIGYSIQIQ?I liEl9l9El9l9l9l9l9l9l9l9l9l9l9l6l5 I H Elf!SISISISISISZSZSISZSZSZ553, li?l lSEISHSEEZ92519XSISZGIGIGIGZSEIGZGIGZGl6l6lGl6?l6lSZ1?li?lH6l6l :I 1. ' sl 92 ll 525 SCHOENAMAN LUIVIBER COMPANY 600 West Seventh Street T O . S Q If Either Phone 2512 Q1 IQ This yard furnished the lumber for one of l I EE Ibe largest buildings of Morningside College II Q We maintain the Fastest Delivery Serv1ce Obta1nab1e. Our E - customers are always busy-no delays. 32 V l glf9l'9l6l9l9I'9l9l6E5liFIQEXSISISEZGIGISIS?l9lSISliEl?l6l6Zi?l9l913'IQ-I-35'ISUSE!SZi?I'Gl9l9l6!'9l'9lS?l9l'9I6l9l9Z9 'l:lvIvI9FQl9l9lQg E l , 1 QISISISISZSZSSISI6191913199913?l l9l9Z9l?:l-3191619191931r':, .,ISI91-EKGISZSISIGIGIQEISI?-i-191919199716-l'9l4Q'l9K 6 ' Q . . Q I, gg When In the C1ty for it I l ,- 7 IflI lVlANY REASONS 4 lg I Zvi , 50 l lh as COME T0 THE EXCEL CANDY CO. F 0 R 'l N! 71' ,I Ill I LUNCHEONETTES AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE V1 HI 95 And there wIll be I7 Ijl ANOTHER REASON I N gl OPP. ORPHEUM TI-IEATRE COR. FIFTH AND NEBRASKA li l' 741 ' I 4 lf il ?l9l9l:9l6l6lG' 19191915FISZSISE?l9lSli?liEZ9l9lS?l9l3IQEIQEEZQI9I91?I99IGIG!QI6li?l li?l9lQ?l9l9X9l9l9l9l9l5'l9l9l9l9lf - ah QSGGGGSSSSSGGHGGGQHHHGSH536335596QGGGHGSGQSSSGHGSAHSQHT ll I gas I . 3 I GEO C. CALL, President E. M. CoRnETr, Vice-President GEORGE R. CALL, Treasurer fl ali I T . y ,ll CALL BOND ag MORTGAGE co. W III, gtg Q1NcoRPORA1'En UNDER 'mn I.Aws or IOWA, 5,2 Iii :I df A capirn 5500 000.00 If III 225 ' I ll? 'S Dealers zn Hzgll Grade Securztzes gli l': I - - . S2 I PQI Opp. Post Ofhce S1Oux C1ty, Iowa E25 il IEW P 26 III f ,X MMM , 93 L W 9lGl9l6l6l9l9l9!9Z6l6P16I924526PIG!9191631916593-l6Zv-In-lvlvlvIsle.36I:rlvlvrvl::Z El9l66I6X616-ZSKSIGIGZQXQGZQIGE ll II V J l lIlI ,, , II I l A - j ll I ,zwzwsczr ' In YZN':Cs.-1 III "" ii l l' Nj I"'I 'dcklll L'lIUIIl':..I': l Y " --""" .X.q7fTT:JYZL.:W A-3 . i ,'Z:,l.pl?:,nr5?2L,f f A Q -QM 1 II II IIIII IIIII I I lllillllllllllllllhd I . ,-.,-E -...,.,- . -.-4. Page 252 me Stiles ff , Qui' F .f,,,! .W VW' AZ YJ' ' ,' . vile? QJQZJ Q M I J: an i Q NN Lf xx 1245 ff H ll' 2. Everybody with a clean slate. Debaters Z' 6,X55,1.3.3:,33,A E honored and men fed by their Sister soci- ffl eties. is .SL 5 Agora ClCCt10I'l. B. Scoville wins for presi- pl Siam: ,gf ,..t - 1 ' 1 ,. .64 dent. Girls' Basket Ball 'lournament be- IQ my N ' W4m'w"vo' gms. Witty girls outpoint the boys in a forensic L ' ' farce in Chapel. Soph girls win Basket A gungqzfie Ball 'l Ou1'11amCl1t. f :Hd 'Y 13' - . . . - vs - Madrigals "Shot at and hit" by Genelli. 4 . Gab Saundy's boys lose to Capitol Quintet 14-6. 'ph XX.. il 10 11. Continue losing with Drake in two ' gl 1, E . I. . - games, 25--16, 29-10. Hooray for Crip- J ' ' ' ' ples. House of Saunderson increased by 7 ' V . . 541 Wd? one-Elizabeth Louise. ,. g j Day of Prayer. ' 1 V .,, Fuday the 13th. Nobody hurt, not even Jake ' Trefz in District Oratorical. GWB ' Otho Annual Banquet at Martin. Biggest yet. I .7 1 Yale wallops Harvard 19-8. Featuring 'Lau-1. wr' ' Hawaiian and toe artists. 37, 'N Mv- Yankton almost loses to Morningside, 24- 1 , kg Q 22. L 'X K f Florence Bruce repeats in the First Woiii- gg 'yn-G -1,-' '+"""'d 5 enls State Oratorical and takes first money. 'I ,. ' .3 . . . . . E... A 1 . Miss Brown in recital at Public Library. 277g A 1 g Revival meetings start off with Bishop X 7 lt X Stuntz to give the first push. ' , 7 it j I , . Nebraska U. wallops M. C. 44-13. X 0 Maroons again lose to Nebraska U. 49-13. . KQV. We're good. We admit it. . " as ' ' 7 ' . my Demobilization service in Chapel-impres- sive. -- .gg-A-gg 02l M'--J-'f - ,cf-f gnu IlllllllllllllllllIlllIlllll'l'1'lUIllTlllImlll lllllllllMllllI,UllIll1llll.lllllHIlll! jk K PY, llllllhhlllhi u' ll 1 ll HHllll1FFl'l1lll11lllFhkYg P a g L' 2 5 3 ' Q fy 6 . Q20 it More mounts L n fi HOTEL JACKSON Sioux City, Iowa E 150 ZVIODERN ROOMS POPULAR RATES Try Our Popular Priced Cafe and Prifvato Dining Rooms Wo Scrfvc the Best thc Market Afford.: at Reasonable Prices ' oscAR W. oUsTAFsoN, Pkopmu-OR JOSEPH MCCAFFERY, MANAGER 2 H Auto 67211 PLUMBING HEATING 5 Qjxj i i Q9 2 3 3 F . 0 9 4 Ps Q X REPAIRS Q House Phone 66286 f Q FRANK S. WAGNER, J. S. Simymz . . Hog and Sheep Salesmen Q V CHARLES F. ABBOTT . . . ...... . .... . . . . . Office Manager Ons P. GARRISON, E. L. FITZSIMMONS ............ Cattle Salesmen .- WAGNER, GARRISON 8: ABBOTT F Live Stock Commission Merchants 2 W 206-208 EXCHANGE BUILDING, STOCK YARDS NIGHT PHONES 4013-S783-5034-5024 PHONES-BELL 4553 AUTO 2305 Sioux City, Iowa in A xixx 1' l?2C5l'Z'12 ' "-7' 'Z ' --1 . KE 2ZZQwmliTrjEri1ir11IjUIiI11,f in I I ini mmf Qilliililimilll Gi f in X I arcbidvap i? I1muinhIi:Inmmulmmwimliuimfnhmih-fig Page 251 TIVO fs 52 F493 -aug CV .6 A v m3 our tetanus H F l WHY YOU SHOULD INSIST SUPERB BRAND FOOD IPR DUCTS Look for the Ron' an Efvfry Paclcagc The Reason is This Superb Brand is the result of many years of persistent eHort to assemble under one brand a complete line of Food Products of the very highest quality at the most reasonable prices You 1.111011-NX Get the Best When You Insist on SUPERB BRAND FOOD PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTED BY ON TOLERTON 81 WARFIELD p CO. lI1'v--Mfnlm Wu:m,..lmumq nl I nunlmmnngmyg 9 -4-Nz. g, wi?- Ulwcf Stairs 'Af-,Zvi X, A ., 2 xmvxmmvgvgvgvgvgvggvgv v55v I::'A'4b'A'.i'.'2"Z'-Ti'-1.1453-,yLxv5xv,xv,xnfxv ww -.r sv wg ,vggvf v 1 v v 2 'Vnvavnvnvlvwavivlvivivneleyleivi lx,'wivivixfivRfwavi A as -n7n7i17iR7i17n 7i'7fii-7i1?lviQlvls?ieiQleE?lelQ5lei65i6lQ E INSURANCE LOANS E N4 ,I Q gg Young Fellow-Get this: 7,3 E il? . i 92 - We buzld Honzes, not Houses Eli E P'-1 ' -Q as I3 Sl? 322 S92 gb ' iii Zb . PILCHARD BUILDING CO. 35 5 uf 715 Q mf -M 5 Ky? E i 5 a S 5 :lr i 2 1 a 5 5 S I I - -.1 S92 E 40 fn P. I-I. PILCI-IARD, President S52 E12 X f 15 3 . . . e Elf Quarter Mzllzon Capztal gg il? EE ,- - - - gg 92 Second Floor, Frances Building gg: s ,-ij 22 Sioux City, Iowa "3 32 . gi Il6l9l'9l'idf5l9lSI3l5XI63I?5li?li:EiKPISZS -IGZQEEPZSEISIQZSFISFIGXSZSI9I99lS"li?l53Zi?l5?l9Erl6wQ-WSISHGIQIQISIGl9I'3l9ZSZ9l9'Z9I9l9l3.N 21?-ISISISI-3ISI9ISI9I9I9ISli?ZG9Ii?l9l9l9l9l9lGliEl9l9l9l1?I9lQl9liEl'3lvl3lGZiEIGIGZHSIEEIQEIGIQKER?l:?l?:li?li?l?:l?:l6X:l9l45l:'?l9H65g-E 5 92 . 1 gl? 4,- sg COSMOPOLITAN HAT CLEANING WORKS 35 2 Q2 ag AND SHINING PARLORS 255 9- 92 Am-0 PHONE 2019 GUST ANGELAKOS, MANAGER 504 FIFTH s-mm 325 - s of A iii Sioux City, Iowa Eli E QD 711 . 5 '13 . . :Af 5 fig The CosMoPoL11'AN HAT CLEANING Woiucs, successor of Kaxeoutas Shzmng 3,3 5 Parlors, is under the management of Gust Angelakos 8: Co. We clean Q gli and reblock all kinds of hats-ladies' hats, especially. We remodel hats 2,2 - XY IN 2 QQ into 1920 styles. Ladies' straw hats dyed carefully to any color. Ladies' 'li 2 and Gentlemen's Panamas cleaned, reblocked, and bleached with our own I manufactured bleach. We make all kinds of alterations on hats. Seeiur. 5 Z5 31- E Z3 v- - P13 All Kinds of Fancy Cream and Shoes Polishes for Sale EE S2 76 . ' Shoes Dyed Black, Brown, and Bronze ii: CD ll? ' TR E All Pl'ork Guaranteed Satzsfactory 5,5 5 " 53? 3 We did our best for Uncle Sam. We do the best for you. Try us once and you will , , come again. '5 1 iii l59l9l6il9lSl:'5Zi7431616621615?l9l9l9lS?l9l0ls?lSISISIWE7l6l9lGli?l l9l9l66l9l6l9l9l9l9l9l9lSl3l9l9l5- ,y S- ncaa-on - fi ' - ,fs mmn jQmi mQizE:iul1Uif Q-, , ,-'JEL' -s x I ,I lniuililllilluriliiumn minmm mnu ii "T'ii1izi111QQQiE'g'n6lyw fr ', --- ' -Y 4 1' Page 256 n E .1 1 f 1 H f-ig 4 Coe Q9 . ' f-6 arm ga sfo? . ey' A ttxgq Lx E -Q' Lg V ' H B f lf 1 l 7, A , V , X? 1 , V f' 7 i F"X7 f t.w Wn7A .1 , I W1 .K VW MT l V i I -v1x1J-- fyf-,411:T,i?'7WE?iaE5?F2sf?i21p ' . li . , . . , , X f f 2. Girls intercollegiate debate teams chosen. Q ,X T, 9 Chemistry Club election. 'N X X Q i ' 2 X ' ' 0 . x 0 Q Q f E . AJS A ' 1 l, 4. Devitt's basket ball team Wallops Sunshine's '- F U Stars in fast game. h 1 : i UVN5 QYXQ C . ' ,, ' - 'l I 5. Jake Trcfz wins third in the State Orato- ...ff-'I' H W ll rical. "Put her there, Jake." -e -'-- 'r im!! W E tt I V E . . ll! 2 7. Successful close of the evangelistlc meet- - ' g . '-' AWB' X E ings. X X 7 , .5 5 Qe f , i ll 8. Society Leap Year parties for Othos and 1, -if C . Philos. "Don't keep her waiting." E-VAN-qgl-QSTIET 'fig' 5 E l .1-"iff 'ff' 'E . S iF l l -ff Q ll-12-13. High School Basket Ball Tourna- ' -'-"" 1 S ' 'f i gg, mine Z , 1 ll ment. Eveiybody cuts classes to extend p - ff welcome to their teams. .1 , YL Q .1 ' ' ,gp s V 3 l,5' A wk - ,I . . 15. Athenaeum Banquet. E ?f -45 , '11, X im e 20. Zet Banquet at lllartin. H-C1 dn, 4- X mf . time 26. lVIen's Banquet in Gym. i Xxx Qlil A , ,Q ,f ,Ill 27. Womcn's Banquet in Gym. Q-'.. WM L ,Il l D is li ' I ! S .1 u QQM, X. f, ,mxNW"1T, HM' .V ..... W .... -AA,,,A km jtllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllll k rvi X rib, JPY, triiriirlwryigih.,-QQM 21jiqilgirg1mim11Mimi1:1xM1QRS Page 257 ff, 'fri-"' 11' f1:2vQf?'s E. -- Xi V Cq1gi:g'.l,hJ1'1j.L': WZ, Kfiifl A5 'fic' 1 1 4 vs. 4 ff X ,Y N se Q , K 50 1 J I 1.1, 1-EQ U I vm Q XE,1,g',, 1 11 4, - 3 wwe X 'kwin . 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We keep ZS ourselves thoroughly informed and can always 5 25 give you the benefit of the latest and best methods EE 5:2 optical merchandise. C X l 92 92 92 ' C ' O ' I C 92 sv: S :aux :ty ptlca o. EE l - 1 1. . 40 i Z5 "Makers of Glasses That Fx!" QS 713 ' 4,3 5 2" 419 NEBRASKA STREET SIOUX CI FY, IOWA 513 1 4 fb l HQ AAAAAA AA 75 1: ll 5'lill9l9l3l1'f'li'l6lvl:rl: 'lzflzlvlz 'lvlvlclr 'i17i1'l1'lT'lZ'iI'l"iR l i"lTlTi7i'3'i1 'lvlvlvlffl'39l9l9l9l'3l1fl9i9l9lvl:lvlvlTl':l3l:lvl9l9l9l: ll 2 l E191919191SlSISI6I:?lSl:?lSl5'r-'lvV'C '2li?'l9lr9rvl'f9l9lQ'lz?l5I?El9l:?l:?l5'l5lSl?fl9li?lSlf?l'3l:fli?l1?lGl1ElSl5El'?li?'l9l9l-?l1?lv?l9l9l:?l9l9l9l5?'l1'?f 15 515 fi 92 A lb 5 1 1 M ' Ch E 11 313 erzt Your olce gg ll, 513 92 1,1 tl, 92 I E12 512 1 ,. 92 l 92 'Fl 92 92 513 92 ' 91 92 2 CAMPBELL BAKING COMPA Y SF 4 5 S2 Z5 513 213 92 1 El? 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You can look up and meet his eyes, You don't know what to say , When his hand is on your shoulder In a friendly sort o' way, E An' the world's a curious compound With its honey and its gall, With its cares and bitter crosses- ! But a good world after all. 5 An' a good God must have made it- Leastway, that is what they say When a hand is on your shoulder In a friendly sort o' way. D 5 5 5 2 5 2 5 3 A' an--1:f1 Ekwwwmwwgmggmnnnnnnmm ,f-i Aammmmm mwwwmm' 1'1'iff"fii-iiv, iq Page 259 5 : 5 E il 1 1 1 I -3 i ' v Q-. A O 6- . ff e N- Elin 5 wx Y UWM? e 3 E ,, Z E "Makes Life Sweeter Q A 2 3 CD Q Q I ir E 3 I D I ' ' Ch I QE . e zczous oco ates 3 Q 2 e 5 5 . i 5 5 That word, "SEGURITY"', is ezuy to 1'en1e111be1', and 'worth 'while rememlvering Q' 1 ---T-- 4 ' Y e S E C U R I I Y P .55 i NATIONAL BANK - Sioux City, Iowa ji Capital and Surplus ,59050,000.00 Q 1 VV. P. MANLEX . . Przrsidcnl L. R. MANLEY .... Cashirr : A. B. DARLING . Via'-Prasidmzt R. E. BROWN . . fly!! Casllifr V. C. BoNns1 EEL . Ificu-Pn-sid:-nt H. B. Bowes . . Aff: Cashinr W I .I M - M Q H1 iEMM fLjf1 "l11T17Li:7'H111Q1l!U5 Q 151555 miHUmUUIfY1II YlM11m1!fU,EYQ?? Page 260 5 E fl. - A-. 0 QQ: A ff A fewer- EQZFHE 5 EEE -Ja il !f??' -3 KE U' 62 7' ' E I gggzezexezeze:e:9:Qxezsxexesezexesxaxaezezexexezfszsezezesxezezezew. ImQgg19191915fg19gQgAg9g9ga1mO,eIee:e:a 3 gig A HIGH CLASS STUDIO 3 5:3 WITH UNLIMITED N FACILITIES 5 E23 EE 5 I - I3 253 E I I A 5 THE DOWN-TOWVN 5 -1 -P f1zee:e2:ee:e:exeIzesxsfxeezezesxq zerzerfszexe ze :alexa ezeezeezezefame:9:9191exezexezezezezexezs , E as as , 3 95 9 9 E - LADIES AND GENTLEIVIEN S CAFE , cb 47 E A ze 5 MCI I Y RE'S INN I A 5 A Place Where Students Will Find EE 5 rf? 125 ' I A F' W ffl I g 3 1116 8 CS E? E 5 :M Q 3 If ---- 5 5 24-HOUR SERVICE ' E2 I f .I-- 5 :E : 5 ?l4 0 5- Q 531 F zfth Street Phone 4236 gi - gff EE EefexxeseleexezezeezezexezezezezexeEe:es:s2:e:Q:Qe:s2ze'f1'Qze:e:e:e:e1:e:ezezeP:aeeIe:e:e:eeleeisxezezexexezexexexexexeli ' 5591ezeIe1ez9IQ1ezezeze:e:e:e:ezeze:e:e:ezee:ae:as1-Iere: 9:ezexexezexexQexezexezezezexezssmerezsexezexexsszexezezesezeueeek - "THE BEST IN TIIE WEST" I Hats Cleaned and Reblocked-Fancy Shoes Cleaned or Dyed . I il? 9 9 The Prmcess Shoe-Shme Parlor I 5:3 PRINCESS THEATRE BUILDING, 412 JACKSON STREET, sIoUx CITY, IOWA 1 'eg We Receive ana' Deliver H1zt.v and Shoes ,Ii SPECIALTY MADE of our-of-Town Goods IZ OUR IVORK OUR PRIDE fx AUTO PHONE 2461 5- V ge A2 i ? Z9l9I9ZS?!6l9ZS-1 --4-- exe: ze:ezezezaxe:1Here:wezexezesezezssxeieezezexexe'-- -A exe 5 i , 2 Il I Z - T A , A J-ix L' mlnuluxuululul u m H I 1 muzm:1IIlng11Y . 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A 'H-- O ,W A-V ,. .--MW Y Page 262 I .T , A .lm 'T QW ll T l , T T BRING US YOUR FILMS ff for Proper Developing and Printing Efverytlzing in Kodakery ZIMMERMAN BROS. . EASTMAN KODAK Co. T ! . 608 Pierce Street li ll Bri 'l PARK RESTAURANT 11 .1 I' T r 5 i E 1 in 1953 ST. AUBEN AVE. MATT-IIS SL MATI-IIS, Props. Real Home Cooked Meals at Pre-VVar Prices El Try Our Sunday Dinner at 50 Cents T. You will come again l? Week-Day Meals at 40 Cents I Short O7'I1ll?7'.S' Serfvea' Illorning and Evening If you do not live in Morningside, motor out on Sunday, visit Sioux City's most popular suburb, and the suburbls most .T popular Restaurant. ll . . gill Student Help : Quick SCPVICC ll W U W O,LEARY'S MORNINGSIDE GROCERY li The Home of Alf '1 All GOOD THINGS TO EAT l l in l 902 Morningside Ave. Sioux City, Iowa p All iii! T H' 'T-'THZZIH ifi1lilli.1llT.l1l'.-11 VYT'":'ull:.11.1us:fli oe-new-33ffil?ifri19 WlK2qyflfJMf1i22:o 'A 'Q Page 263 WHY Simi? l , xvAvAvgvA0gcQvQfgvgvp,v3v v vgvfvfxv mv Q vfsvgyggvfgsggvf5131411gvgvgvggvgivggvggvgvfgvgvgyglggvggvyfyfygvfsmvfxmvfxmvm,Q v v 1 aynvivivuvivivivivwu,ivi9l'eivR7iUieR7ieIe'I'Q7ixfivivtvioi,Avi.,wNivi-.fims N itfitfivivivivwIXfixnvR7i!7il7R7iZ7i?7i27i9iQ7l9iQ?ieIE : vw 5' ' Cb -4 E25 3 35 USPALDING ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT" iff 95 . . 42 E The name "Sjm!a'zng" on an item of sporting goods brands Sz . . . ' - ' Ll: 5 gg it as ofiicial, and IS a guarantee of qualzty. 5:5 Q Complete Stock during all seasons E Ask for free Spalding catalog ' me - :- I ORCUTTIS HARDWARE : 3l2-314 Nebraska Street gli 1 are sv: Q 33 El? 3 aexerereiezeterezeze 12 61615PISPISZSEfIGIi?!E1Ii?IQ-13915914914519 i--1 f sizexezeeleieiexeszeiezezezexe12.-Ieieteielelereif I ggexezeiezezexexexeie:Qze:aislezaszeezezexexexozezezezszaeiexexe se i7 i7 f2xqszsxexszsxfszezexaezssxsxexasxasiexexexezeneiezeieg 9? EQ One Quality - The Best Plants and Cut Flowers ,, P 92 svz .. 3 J. C. RENNISON CO. FLORAL ARTIST - EE 512 5 E 510 PIERCE STREET Bell Phone 130 Auto Phone 2863 Eli E Eli 2 Seleieieiekeieze-:exevzeezexexsszezezezezesxevxezezexeezes sszexere:exe:e:e.e-zlvefzaezeteezereire:-oleI9xezexexeiexeiererexereii E 5 gxexexexezexexexexezezezeis-meraezezezewezezfszezezezaezoiexexezezfs 1- f f.-'za-:elsif 2 . Q 33 "Just Plam Horse Sense" That is what Dr. Frank Crane calls saving now. He points ' out that dollars are "cheap" now, but some of these days they as E will regain most of their old purchasing power ..... . . . ' S' 751 lb I T . . . x 3 its open that Savings Account in this friendly bank today. " Z6 - f qIWhat do you think about it? If saving will help you, ' lb ts as IOWA STATE SAVINGS BANK IVL' Pay Four Per Cant I11lL'rL'.rt SIOUX CITY, IOWA gg R 414 VVJALB XIQILLILNLXILLIZSLLIZElillfyilliXIZIIZEIZEILLIQIL 'Xl1E'!LlLlli'i.'ZBVl'l 'iEl11'ZX'LlIf l21'9:e+.F'2'Q'QlAlAlAvAlAvfxvxyfx'Av . 71 Iv Q7lvivAvsx-Axfivixfixfivnvaxw. wus ivivwn wmiviei, IVR' t wivn-as ISIV viva vnvAVAVIVAVIVIVIVIVIVIVIUIY El ?i5fl9'l9l9li?l3lSl5lSI5ISISI9I9I6liEIGIQISIQISIQPIQEISEISEIGI-XHSFIQI?7lr?l9iI5Eli?l9l5?l9l5?li?l5?l5?li?l9l3li?li?l9lf?l5ls5I?7lffl9l9l39I'9I9l5?E age 39 5 SIO X CI I Y S I OCK YARDS 2 Zi 2 sg "Home Market for The Great N orthwest' ' gg Fl: ,Z g gg All Students, as Well as others, are gg ,li cordially invited to visit the Yards E SIOUX CITY STOCK Y R I QS L 532 ' gI9IQ9IQ?IQ9IQ9l9l9l1'?li5ii1li?li?I4ll4Fliiliiiilliil3lii'4?l53Ii?fi?iii"i I 9ISIS'HQIfiliEl3Ii?Ii?l55'l9I9K?l9I6i5?l9i'Q'IQlSl55iSl:"S'9-'Q 9- 3 - -IQ-li s , , A ' M - -11' ' 1milMMuiin1r1ixilr1i1mn:1ir1 n in llll lumu in 111 ll1.!IllIi, all ' I U " , A -" Hu, H , ,,, W Il ,,,,, 5-4,-r -: f R137 eff, 1 1 mi mi. Page 264 P-ky .-Ns. EQ? igSgZmT-X - Carrol Northup asks Mrs. Jackson for Bunyans book on Spreading Feet and - gets the following reply. Im ve1'y sorry, but I cant find the book you want. 'lhe 1 only book of Bunyan s that we have is Pilgrim s Progress E . We wondered where Miss Ruby Flinn was the night of the Faculty Reception - 2 Now we know We re not saying '1 word but we get it from good authority that she : I reports Mack Sennet s Bathing Girls to be 'in excellent show , , Q Verle Harts father was heard to say these words about his musical laden son at 2 Morningside: No, we haven t decided on a teacher for him yet. You see, his mother I Wants him to be trained to sing, and I should like him to be trained not to sing." ' E 5 "Pete" Rogers: "Didn'a you call for help when he kissed you?" E Gladys Schroyer: "No, he didn't need any." 5 i 3 Prof. Graber: "Can any one here tell me the most dangerous part of an automo- 5 bile W' 5 ,f 67 . af ix K. I -I v, v- 4 LEW iglllfllllii' - tw . X A "PQI - ir 4 A t""' . " E 5 E S , x cr H E i c 1 1 c g Z , is 1 a " E 5 Y C , 3,3 5 S Z I I k I E i . I 2 2 , ' I 5 . 4 1 4 4 I fl 7 YY I f K I , Q 1 c 1 g fl I 5 Rorapaugh: "Yes, sir: the driver is with Sehafenberg's." 2 T IF' S . . V Percy Bagge: "Going to the show tonight ?" Q' Billiard: "No, why?" " Bagged "What size shirt do you wear?" , 1 E -'-1" 5 "Be" Spangler: "Can't you trust Harry Hartley?" E "Lynn" Stallard ftalking in her sleepj : "Yes, in a spring wagon." 2 5 . --'-li I I Prof. Carlson: "Where is the state industrial school ?" E "Hank" Marsh: "There is one at Eldora for women.', E 5 . 1 ' E "Gob" Friestz "Gee, I wish I were therein E F Advice to the Freshmen: Next time you have anythin to do with the Sophs, we 4 . . ' . . g . if 5 wish ou would see to it that Lester Shires ets in on part of the blood instead of let- :II : Y g F 2 ting him run home just when the Hght begins. ' E --1-1 She: "What ever made ou propose to me ?" IQ Y . V4 He: "I wanted to be different from other men." fl' 3 pg -1-f L Some fair maiden has been furnishing stamps for the "Patrick Gang" through the if good will of Herb Meyer. Better write to her, Herb, before she quits sending any at s 5 au. il Q 1 5 ------- 1 Gladys Twogood: "What do they mean by platonic affection?" Gertrude Treynor: "Gas burning and chair warming but no candy or trips to the , theater." S i e Paw. ef e 5 My I .,sde,, get is e ja!wmlgIllllmlllllllllhlllllIlTllllll'l.l'IlIllllllllllIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllblfllllllllllllllllllq f fi Y -Y I , Y Y YJ IUQIIIIUIWiAlIlIIH'I! lIlUll.l l'Il'llI'El'llIilllllhlllllllllllllllllllllylllll Page 265 1 l ,I ' 1 ,J I 1 f' . ff 620 f i E Peters Park Barber Shop The Haas and O'Kief Co. THREE UNION BARBERS M 0 R N 1 N G 3 1 D E If j N0 Long Waits REAL ESTATE DEALERS 5 i FIRST CLASS W?'fK GUARANTEED Properties of All Kinds Rented or Sold E 3 We Sohm Your LOANS AND INSURANCE i Q Patmnage Office at Peters Park 5 3 G. W. CHURCHILL oaace Phone 66136 - i PROPRIETOR Residence Phones 67058 and 66034 2 Q 5 l l g S 5 Q M. W. BALDWIN D. C. KITSELMAN W. H. TIMMEL S 3 E I R 1 0 0 0 Baldwln, Kltselman 8: Tlmmel 5 I 2 2 Live Stock Commission Merchants E 2 S. E. Babcock, Harry Lang, Henry S. Payer, E. E. Babcock, l 5 John H. Anthony, Alice Kreutz 3 1 g Bell P11666 397 Auto Pl'1OI1C 1443 In Q 217-219 EXCHANGE BUILDING - E 3 . SIOUX CITY, IOWA I I 2 I 1 I. MILLER 18x COMPANY I lil , E5 INCORPORATED A I , . Mercantile Brokers and Wholesalers lil I SICUX CITY, IOWA ' IL H lil I l i i "'-NGN?-N i el IPR f C.-ff' 1 fi' 1.1.1..u1,::. ' iff- EQ:-ff " 27" X 11uI'I11wI.::111.11 'fff' m5m,i31n-I I - .. L... gil gg 1, .Ni Page 266 i si, Rv NY 'fel A 0 S30 of 1 at mama ' RECIPE FOR KISSES To one piece of dark piazza, add a little moonlight, take for granted two people, press in two strong ones a small soft hand. Sift light two ounces of "Romance", one . of "attraction". Add a lar e measure of foll f. Stir in a lloatinfr ruffle and one or 2' 5 1, two whisuers. Dissolve half a dozen Ulances in a well of silence. Dust in a small Q D E quantity of hesitation, one ounce of resistance, two of yielding. Press the kisses on a l flushed cheek or two lips. Flavor with a little 'fnow-quit", or slight scream and set , , 1 . , 5 f I K fsitj aside to cool lhis will be extremely successful in 'my climate and keep for Q- centuries if directions are carefully followed. E E ? Q ., ll cc... II g 5 5 5 3 ff El 1 I Y I l L Y l 1 l X. 1 Y: Li l l l It l i i ,l I Y- , 03155138 - --E 7 v - F ,,, Hi ill... , fm,-47 n-fJ-- v L .. gf- . , , .." 4' Y Mllllllllfllllllll ll lll l lllllll lllllllll'llllllllllllllilllllilllllllullllilllllllllfllllllllllllilg f . T , - s 1 J llliflv' ,llllll ll lllllll ll llll llllll lllll lllllllllll ll lllllll llllllllllllll1llllf1X g , Y -- - - f 2 Y 1 , , , 1 , 0 ,H uma , . HB7 Y Page 267 71 ':-- f-If O A P W- 26' A' A' CQ lil 25 LHIILILES M 'I Qt 'I I F ' . , . l 92' A dwg IE U, Q tr i """ ,ye-7 g A sxe:ee:s:+:e:eexse:szs+:e:4s:e:sfxezefxseiezsxexezezexexefxezeaezezexe-2 ---0 SE ,. 'sg tgyg if it 'fi 1 .fm K fa 33 g ,iq " O'Harrow's Quality Shoes for Young is People at Prices you will Appreciate gg l I GIVE Us A TRIAL . 8.l'l'0W O... - 92 ' ' at PVe'll Get You Yet 902 4-TI-I ST. gg szsezozezofmffx ?!iEI:91f.E! ezenzsxszezexasxeziexists: 4, - We .13 .e,+.+.1e:e:e :armsIss-zsilxexezezezezezsI:ooze:s1es:e:e.e.e.v.e.:.e av 1 9. ,Q . 2 35 STUDENTS-FRIENDS-Dzrze at the PARAMOUN eu su egg 225 It 'will ifzcrease your enjoyment after the .vlzofw is as Vo? Z5 92 Z5 92 92 cn xr! Enjoy Refreshments in the Most Attractive Place in the City :Ir ill fl? -il' . 92 Eli 122 'X SQ s Sze . . . . I A most pleasant ending of the CV6I11I1g,S entertainment 1S as- ig, 92 - - ill il? sured when you students visit the EE :V 75 P I -3 aramount PHILIP PAPAS 517-19 Forum-1 STREET gig il? 9l9l9l9l6E?'IQ?l9li?li9li?l6li?Zf9li?liEIGEEIQ5191-QIQEIQIQISFISEIQE 4 -P "Q ' Flitli lf9li?!6K?lQ?l55Ii5H65li?ZSIQISISISZSXSISISISIQ-If 2539131Sl5le!-31SlSI9l9ZSl9l6lGZi?l99l9l6lGl6Pla?Ii?F rikfmir -' 514' 4 :.i:I:?Ii?l,EIi?l6EZ1?I?:l6Eli?li5165165911:lf:l?:li?l9K5l9l9HQ?li - 0 Fullerton Lumber Co 3 gg Sioux City, Iowa Fourth ana' Lafayette Streets gg 417 e EE Largest and Most Complete Stock of 35 92 . . . . . gg gg Building Material 111 the City 5:5 1 QE Do Not Fail to Let Us Figure on Your Bill EE l H. T. VVALIZNSKY, Mgr. Phones: Auto l065, Bell 65 'l is Elf F QHGQKEHQISEZSISEIEFISEIGXSISEXQYEISISPIGISPIQFIQZQFEFIS' 'S 4? SFIGIQIS 191531913fl9lQK5'H6lQ9li?l9l'i?'E?ISl3li?lf'lQ'5-'ff-'Q-"I-'l-dl? yi xx , -- 72655012 ' "-ff' - 1-- MQrinImilIiIlmxiinuixnxihlimlninzzzmuuinI nimuuxlu ll ...... Iniiiini Q igr it i fi' ElEli1iniliE1I"1IImnIllxillillnluzuniuiiily Page 268 ek? if Umm? M s b E E 5 Hap: "What are you drawing on my head P" Clapper: "A rabbit." Hap: "But why a rabbit P" l i Cllapper: "So there vvHl be a hare Chairj theref' E Wenig Qboasting of lVIorningside's athletesj : "Have you ever seen our ski jump P" Fair Friend: "No, but I'd love to. Does he ever do it befo1'e strangers P" , ' VVilson: "Why is it that fat men are so good natured P" Stouffer: "Because they are too fat to fight and they can't run." Clara Jane Osborne: "Do you know that the fellow you are going with is a bad 5 egg P" ' Hortense Mercure: "Yes, that is why I'm afraid to drop him." Hazel Bergeson: "What makes you so silly P" Herm Bruswitz: "I slept under a crazy quilt last night." .i.T- I IW7e hope that h4arseH has found out by tht tune that you cank sudpe soap and E , towels while on a football trip and get away with them. 5 Red Day: "Look here, why don't you pay me that money you owe me P" Y 'Evy Evans: "It's your own fault, old top. Last time I paid you some money I N owed you, you said you'd forgotten all about it." He: "I'm certainly going to kiss you before I go." 2 She: Hlseave the house at oncef' E 5 ' , ......... 5 I Pretty Waitress Cto Sam Hutchisonjz "Well now, sweetie, what will it be for you P" , . 4 ---- Druggist: "How was that last bottle of perfumery, sir?" Ed Haskins: "Best I ever drank." Miss Dimmitt: "What is your average income P" Lynn Cassil: "About midnight." I Howard Down: "Why didn't you shave this morning P" Engberg: "Ain't I shaved P" 2 if Down: "No, you're not. How does that come P" I Engberg: "Well, two of us used the same mirror and I guess I must have shaved , the other fellow." E 5 5 ,i W?-QW- N ,g .ax '-'tiff ,, --- ,..i., I - I ,i ,?gy, m1fifTfl u1'ww11aQr111xWi?-jg 1 :X if, mmwum I111 1 liiiliiii u ulwlun 1111' U9!mlH1QU11l'lU1U!lmMM1!l g Page 269 E N ,, H LE ee- on is ,gp :wo ' UW In f ' f- v-'--- 1 QQ!915915516519155191619-IGIQISEISEIQ?Z9IGI:?iEI9Z9Z9K5! ilfrI916159155I91910191915?I649E?!i?!6l9I9IiEI9I9!9I 5 EI? 525 . , :Ie Extra Hours sv: Oflice F urnlture and . 3 Q Q - .. 7 ' 225 Can be spent more com- Equipment C0mPanY fortably by Wearing o u r AN D 5,5 Shoes at all tzmes. Let our E25 525 SIOUX CITY . EE cs . -- -' - " E gl? shoes Walk you through 11fe QE QE Typefwrzter Exchange 1 :Ia E. L. ISAAKSON -- Q Q ! in ,R Over 4-19 Nebraska Street I f' 508 4th St. Sioux Cir QE A' Auto Phone 9762 Sioux City, Iowa SIE ! H 92 522 ' Z9Z9l9liPZQEIQISEISFIQXIGFSZQXIGI?EIQFIQFIGIQZSPIQEZGIQE HeZeIfPrexezeifhrezexelsIelevrePlaeteleieleiele Q 55391919191919I919191919l9l9i9Ii9X QIa?Ii9Ii?l9ISISFIQISISISI9li?Ii?li5If1I5EIi?Ii?'lv'?-l- 51961913?I6I6!9Z1?I6X6I9I I 25 O QI it I et e 41 tiff Z5 Q Q Q Q .- - Q Q5 -'Y ' A5 EE Z5 F' BEFORE BUYING YOUR FOUNTAIN PEN Let us demonstrate the ii H JIFF Y Q I It 55 F ills Three Ways: 3,5 Ii Self-filing Ino rubber sacj QI Ink Tablet . Y Dropper Fzller EE I sg. ie II JIF F Y PEN CO., Manufacturers gg I 406 Pierce Street Sioux C1ty, Iowa gg I VV. A. HOUSTON, Manager. 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Q A329 H D' U 1' it .QULflillT,'iC ., A m LolaLGrant: "Why do you call your umbrella 'Adam'?" g Marion Arnold: "Because it's shy a rib." Joe Bogard Qordering a fruit course at the Martinj: "Pear," VVaiter: "One, sir? They're rather small." Joe: "Pain" Waiter: "Very good, sir. Shall I serve them whole ?" I Joe: "Pate," Bob Brown: "It's dark." I Verna Ostling: "Yes." 5 "And gloomy." 2 ffweu-" "Isn't it F" "You say it is ?" 2 "Yes, I do." "Well, of course, it's up to you." 5 Wegner: "I think I'll go to the party as a stag." E Amos Hartman: "Why?" . Wegner: "I haven't any doe." 5 '-'----- ' Evelyn Balkema: "Do you know my brother ?" Vergil Gerkin: "Yes, we sleep in the same pew at church." 1 "Jutes" Glasgow: "Well, I'lI see you Friday night." E Marion Arnold: "But what if it should rain ?" Q Glasgow: "Well, I'll see you Thursday night then." 5 li Everett Marquart: "Boy! That girl of mine sure does love some." Q Elmer Rankin: "I'll say she does." 2 Marquart: "What's that you say ?" 3 Rankin: "I-I-I-a-I mean she does. No! No! I mean, does she ?" Arthur Schuldt: "What would you suggest as a title for my book of philosophical sayings P" QI Prof. Hayes: "How would 'Shavings from a High Plane of Thought' do P" I '- "1" i Marie Broughton: "Won't you please sing for me, Henry ?" l "Hank" Marsh starts singing "The Hours I Spend with Thee, Dear Heart". l K Y, Marie: 'Yes, that's all you ever do spend. I "ld V , ll X . -,z'i'?2,w-Arm ' ' ,a --"X Hllllllllllllll. Page 271 EUHR, 5533333 ' 1 3 1 . 2 5 3 E , , S E E , - 1 i ,I I . S' I 1 3 1 , 2 3 j E , E ,s E Q . ' 3 '1 ' fi E I 1 L! . ji 1 1 l 'Q jl l : it Fil 1 I Q 5 E E ,Y ' -if : f i , E E aa E J , ,Z ' .. ' H 'LAC 3- ' Y' f AV -.. JU' WWWWFPII l'Umm'mm..LUm'- f , 1' P If IIIIIIUIIIIUIIIIII'HIIIIU111IIIIILIILIIUIIIIIIIHII lu III I In un lllllllllillilllllllfxx'q """ ,, I , . 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EI. ,I :Is I Ig BANK ug E 'I' . - . .F ' Acljommg .... . . . Postoflice Egi SI- if Q .. 59 E 4 -- - UNDER STAYTE SUPERVISIONQQ 2' 'Ii s Accounts of the Faculty and Students E' ,L i L. - I2 5 X. Inv1ted and Apprecmted , 'If Cb 'lr gtg - 31 OPEN IWONDAY EVENINGS FROM 7 TO 8:30 5:5 4: gg fb -- I - QLWE WANT YOUR BUSINESSQIQ : V :IS ' f , as l ., THE BANK OF PERSONHL SERVICE 212 : gag : . gag Qwlelel-ezefexexezelsPI9161614Preazelexevtexexeezezxawtoxelele:slewIexe:5Tele:eieilzoiozolozoieleQxolexcxfsieisxexexelezexererelel? I I I I . I I .I III Ufglllllllllilllllllllllll L'QY111g5l3XvN'fxrxv :Viv .rfxv vfxv W v. v4v4:V:b'4b'4b'4' AMX' 4 Q04 JI VI x7If7I1'7If7Ii9I17IGI17IQIi7If7I1?IGIx7'IvIxfIxfIxfnTfIQ x7IegF qw Ib Lvivfyfxvfxlfwfnfxnfxvfxyfxf,xvfxyfxpxq qfxqfxyrxv xvfxvfxvfxvmvfxl px, ,A , . I .-...-.,....1-...-..-..,X..--... -....-..- I ilvxnvlvlvlvlvnnvl AVIVIVIVIVI flvlxflmxfIyIvIxfIxfF7n0N7lQ?n'fZI1 - i E S 5 E E Q S E f E X s I I 'I' EE I 2,3 , , k t ,R EE "Take Care of Your Shoes" : gg Brink s Meat Mar e 9, :E Q II Ph d d 1 5,5 GOODYEAR S2 one us your or ers an T Z.. . Y, i our Delivery will reach you Shoe Repair ' Z5 promptly. 5,3 55 518 Sth St., Sioux City 95 E 5.5 se as . . EIS f 93 Auto 6284 3:5 an B1ggest, Best and Bus1est 5:5 , I ,, Q V gk 7 5 Work Done While You Wait 92 gg C E C E L I A P A R Ix gg QE Mail Orders Soliciterl EE J. F. MIERSTEIN PROPRIETOR K 7' Ax ,. , 71: BIG!-i?l6lQ9lQ9lQlQll43i9lf'1li?l592916XISFIGISEIQ ISEFX-'4 I4elfl'4"fNI4"':"'If EIGPIGIGIQIGIQIQIGIQEISPIQISEIQPIQFIQFISEISEIQYISIQPIQEISEIGISFISXIQ Yileli A I I I ! X -e.1QIIrl2SFd'Jz ' ' '- J I IIII II IlII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illllllll I IIIIIIIII III IIIII-IIIIIIIIII' I ' I " . 1 5' EIHMIIIIIIIHIIIZIIIIIIIII II II I I I IIII I IIHMHIWEIIIIIIXQJ 1-1152 -.494-' I 1118702719 ,, N 6 --F' "7 ----- " Page 273 e QQ. .. 0 g me Sara E ' "Bob" Brown: "Hello! old chap, what do you know today ?" so 'Carlton Corbet: "Nothing, absolutely nothing." ' "Bob": "Well, cheer up, you're holding your own." Lady Customer: "Why! you seem to remember me." Shoe-salesman Axel Beck: "Sure, I do. I. never forget anyone's face that I fitted a pair of shoes on." Y . Q Dave Klatt: "I was here yesterday with a little girl from the Auditorium. She said she wasn't hungry but she ate nearly everything on the bill of fare." 5 Herb Mahood: "You ought to have been glad." 7 Dave: "Glad of what ?" Herb: "Glad that she wasn't hungry." Leon Hickman: "What are we going to stir our coffee with. We have no spoons." Mar'or Currier: "I'll have the orchestra play some stirrin music." J Y E Lester Shires says: "Who can spend four years at college without becomin en a ed g gg 2 to a chorus girl or learning to play the ukelele ?" I S E A woman is never so wise as she used to be. E WHY? "Explain this, if you can, my men," fl puzzled fellow sairlf "W'hy is a girl's hair auburn, when Her hrother's hair is red?" Q ---- T The wheel that does the squeaking is the wheel that gets the grease. J Q ......-.- Too many men think they have a gift for after-dinner speaking when it's only a f weakness. ' ,-.- A Clarence Balkema: "I've had my nose broken in two places." "Bill" Winkelman: "Well, you shouldn't have gone into those places." Q 1,l-.-i- E S E 3 "Do you love your teacher P" "I tried to once but she got mad." l 5 A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck. E -1li,.,.11 -1 3 . 5 You can always tell a freshman but you can't tell him much. Break your shell. Peck a little harder. 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E gn-Q lj qw af' on K. vejg -M 1 114, -M f Tl garb ll -N '1I1V1,.f1 IEIISSQS J C DQR' MLCK EESPFILA., Mi """' , E V l 3kHHC'9HC'96'DHC'5HC"7HC'569f'9HC'96-3996569696964696TC''lHHC'9HHHHC'969HC-9HH6'DC"36969HG'X-9C'5C"3f-9HHG9C'9HHHHG'lHi V 1 :lr 1 The Best Store to Buy LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR 1 Q ak . 504 FOURTH STREET SIOUX CITY, IOWA 1 1 WEIDBER ' 1 2 1: 15 2 -- 1 "H Store For'ThrIfty Women" :K 5 El gg 304 - 4f'h.gi, -" Sioux eitv,Iown 1 E Y PK , , Pls E E' Specuzl Dzscount to Students fi Pk SK - PF PF E E 15-3694-if-if--569696965994-9696-JG94-'X'969t-X'-JG-DGM-X'9HG-76999C"JHH99HHHG9HC"5HC"5HHH69C-9696-56966999-3996996696-9C'9696-F-56 5 5 :.95"l'r9696-365696-D!-9C-96669996-969696K-9996-X-9696-X-999666-DH?TC'9696969696966696-X"l994-if-9G'7C-96969699-JC-969C-569C-96969HHG9HG2Gk E 2 1 ' 32 E I I C J MILLIGAN CO I I wk o 0 0 bk 1 i 1 M 1 Q ,le E M I3 E R ak E 1 SIOUX CITY BOARD or TRAIJE, SIOUX CITY HAY ExcIIANoIz, NATIONAL HAY ASSOCIATION 1 3' S2 1 2 A 1 ,K E I 1 gk Wholesale and Commission 1 I PF Pls E Hay and Feed Sales Oiiice 1 , ac , E Room 4 Bennett Block : 309 Nebraska Street : Bell Phone 819, Auto Phone 2361 32 f Pls Pls ' EE Main Office, Elevator and Coal Yards, East End E 5 1 2 1 if Morningside Avenue : Bell Phone 1139, Auto Phone 66-4-S1 E E 5 1 3 5 C 15 lg- 12 E i 'F Hay, Grain, Coal, Feed, and Buzldzng Material 1 I gg Coal Register No. 4,36 - U. S. Food Administration No. G-19231 5 l - Q Page 275 2 E :sq 2 OUR BUSINESS IS MOVING Our Eqmpment is quite complete A Small or Lflrge Truck Horse-Drawn Van or 1 Motor Van Phone for Rates STORAGE FIRE-PROOF Bekins Van and Storage Co, -A ' A2101 V HA f U 33 Qilllll? 5lllUl1lIL3E X s ' ' C ! Z 2 C E 114-16-18 Riverside Avenue ilfdlurningsihe QBherIanh Qtumpanp 5 LAKEPORT GARAGE C. R. STITT, lWANAGER Q Willys-Knight and 'Overland Sales and Service Time Payments E Q PHONE AUTO 66277 SIOUX CITY, IOWA mmrwimmllnrmltwtlt fllll Illlt 3 Page 276 -JL - O xl 14, xi- , " 1. I - - Elms Stone EQ I 2 . , E Q i : , 2 a ' 5 5 E E 3 rr I u rr J Il E E 1 I Z ' ' , I I . 5 N 1 E 9 1 i Q It . E , .. l 1 ,, 1 2 , cz 9 l . . , - I . , , ' - . - l 2 , , , I V l I , I E , , . I Q Z I A' l ' ' ' And ate just as hearty 1 5 - 1 V ' - - . 3 E ' 2 . . . . - I . ,K e v l N E , - - ' .-.- 5 . a Q .l ' I- i ' - ' J - . a . 5 5 . s . E 3 E ' en ' ' T'-'e U -3 H my YyyII'yII!'y,l Page 277 W0 Q? ' 'LQ X- Qgggij f4.l'vi X l - XE i 14 man eonfvineed against his will X, Is of the same opinion still. E E . The only difference between the rut and the grave is the width and the depth. Both are fit only for dead ones. E 5 E Last night I held the neatest hand : 5 Y lzat e er a man did see It brought the greatest happiness That e er was brought to me 5 I held it elose--- M y heart beat fast- E Alla! I cried. She s mine at last 2 That dear little hand 3 llflade 7ll-1 heart strings ring , 2 I held fonr aces and a hing : 2 If you have nothing to say, don t say it - : is idle to wait for your ship to come in unless you have sent one out 2 2 Clayton Johns. What did you say when Coss basvled you out for breaking so E many beakers 7 E : Leslie Spry I made a retort ! When angry count ten. By that time the other fcllovs will have all the Eght Z knocked out of you fl here u as a voung man so henzghted Who never Knew when he was slzghted Ile went to the party ds if he d been really znwted The proof of the pudding IS not in the eating, it s th way you feel three houis after you ve eaten it See sau poor old Paw Sold hzs bed and sold his straw Sold his shirt and all hzs stuff So Maw and the girls could leep up the bluff I x 1 2 5 , 5 S I 1 1 E 5 Accept no substltutes for work There is l1OlIl'l1l'lg just as good . A "' , . f ' - m m:11mu11m11lrln1H1m1um1fJ ,- , L. mmWM1mIIIHIIIIIIIYIIIIIIIIIIII ' 'if' """ lf- ,g F V ,. 3 P 1 .l '-l '1 1 gl 1, Q? VK? v, , o QMS? feglgf' fi .I me Summa ,amy I-,jf 5 N ,1f?'ff"fi. 'lt S I O U X C I I Y i The Field for Young Men S At the threshold of life, amidst the romance of manifold opportunities, W ' the college "grad" stepping into the world of affairs, and the high ,V ' school "grad" choosing his college course, face a problem that is ' real-and vital. li f l , a On the one hand is the glamor of metropolitan splendor-life in the Q great cities of the country, New York, Chicago, and less alluring 2 centers:-intense commercialism, cold conventionality, a mad pursuit ,I S of wealth and ornament, and a disregard of the real essentials and fine lr, things of life. ' 5 Q l I On the other hand is the land of the pioneer, undeveloped, devoid of i 3 the conveniences of civilization, teeming with unfamiliar problems- ,Z with fortunes, perchance, for a lucky few. ll E YOUR FIELD IS HERE! 5 i l I Sioux is an industrial center that avoids both the pitfalls of the pioneer and the dangers of the competitively well-filled center. ' ' In the fields of manufacturing, jobbing, retailing, packing, grain and F ' live stock, it presents particularly good opportunities. Its industries , S are growing rapidly, they need young men of training. And where lg I there are business opportunties, there are likewise opportunities in the - ' professions. l . E Communicate with us! We shall be glad to tell you just what Sioux i City offers you. ,dl i tg J -l i :El . SIOUX CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ly , V 4 Sloux Cnty, Iowa Q X 4 H . W2 T f""" at. E .,.. O ,Q - W?-W W'-"'T"" A"'-"WT F " f ll gn v i' llll lllll.. l llllllllllllll'llll'l ll l lllllllllllIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllwllllwllllww-fHlI glI lHlIIl,, i Y if Y -Y X My I Y l llllllll lllllllllllllll ll ll'l'lllll lllllllllllllllwllgx Page 278 ,J Nz- .ee will Simi Z Little drops of water, Little grains of sand, Make the slippery highway flnd the promised land. E . There is some hope for the man who spends today talking of what he is going to do A tomorrowg but for the man who talks of what he did yesterday-none. E4 Tl.-Yl , ' I met her in the meadow as the sun was sinking low, We strolled along together in the twilighfs after glow. 1 . Her soft eyes beamed upon me as radiant as the starsf f She neither smiled nor thanked me- E For she knew not how. 2 And she-our Jersey row. e E Don't cry over spilled milk. Give the cat a chance. - Ask Bob Johnson or Cecil Mahood what or who they found in Sunshine Inn kitchen but don't mention any names if they should tell you. We might suggest that the in- mates of said house prepare for the unexpected next time they go to the kitchen for something to eat. The worst troubles we ever had are the troubles that never happened. Q 3 We know a joke about why the chicken crossed the road but we won't pullet. Y Prof.: "Are you a Latin scholar ?" Eva Dunagan: "No, Irish." Words that upset the canoe: "Let's change seats." "Look at the shark." "Throw me that pillow." "I love you." Leona Glau: "I was told the other night that I was an awful flirt." Bob Johnson: "Perhaps all you need is more practice." Education is the sum total of all the things we haven't been taught. I I. X , A octet-.Q - Mfr- Y, L c R . .. 1 V ,L e -H W, K lllllllllllllllllwllIlllQUlllllllllllwlllllllllllllgllllllllllU Illlllllllllllllllllllllhlllllj f ' L. - ' , JAC ,-:?,f dllllllllllllllllllllllwllIllllllllllIIIIIIIMIHIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.illlllllllllhllhlilfli W "' Y g IQUUVIP ' "W" W ' W A Page 279 Patiently she waited, as I lifted up the bars- 'Cause I was just a farmer boy- 5 I ll .fy I ' - or Q or , "' 'Q 5 -Q rx Y ? ' gmt? y-wi Milly!-P Sllimllllif ff ' . ii 'XX ifkvhf ' W7 h6'f s 4 - - TL- E U Gct Your Groceries and Meal: from E. I... SChletZelt ' CASH MEAT MARKET - 2 The M' B' Grocery The Place of Quality and Right Prices E 1421 Morningside Ave. P E T E R S P A R K ' 5 5' . , o A " l ' , - I Bzzzckb B M M. Cigrucks B. H. Sllver Q :rl 'h fx Dry Goods, Shoo: and Hardfwarc' 5 e ep one tio - - . 5 4003 Morningside Ave., Peters Park 4106 8 Morningside Ave' E yn - .- 2 .. . 5 ' -X . 5 Not 3 I-'me Yard A College hducatlon FORD LUMBER C0. FAILS 3 . , , aH too often, t 'r ' Owned in S1ouX Clty Cipiems fo, 0 prepare 'S re COMPLETE STOCK Productive L1-VCS 5 5 PROMPT SERVICE Teach yourself that money costs 5 RIGHT PRICES effort, and means opportunity. SAVE "The Only Lumber Yard S . . . . ave for opponunny and the 5 Qfwngd in Sioux Czfyn rainy day will take care of itself. 3 Mako Us Your Personal Bank. 3 Auto Phone 1338 NATION,1L BANK 3 5 Bel1Phone338 OF COJll'MERCE 2 St. Southwest corner Fourth and Ne- i S O u X C ty I O W a braska Streets, Sioux City, Ia-wa S y 2 l - Phone Us Your Coal Order. We will i take care of you when the times comes R E A D E R S ,I Good Coal and Fl' A . . . Bulldlng atgl-131 Keep our Advertisers in mind. at H. E. Haakinson Let them know you saw their l Coal Co ads in the Annual- il THIRD AND CLARK S'rREeTs I Auto Phone 2174 Bell Phone 254 T H E L P S l, V. X 4, A- new-azz A -A - ,ff-f Pligimwuwlwrml HH H W ,,,,,,,,,,,3m,,- f-lil , 1 Muiili ll ilu lllllllllllllllllllllllll mul: lllllllllllllll x - f jf: :Y fp, ' Page 280 P "QQ A O N, l f' 64, ' ' I y 1-r" gy 1 ff.. wif? QEHIHUE Sammi 41" 551-5 ' 'MU ' ' ' Movie of a student who signed the f VIBM petition. to see the Girls' Yale-Harvard Q Basket Ball games. NNSNN , ?2f::2NgMQ w. E -Z7 ,X f ',',,'ff . . . E I lv When pctztzon zs prcscrztvd ,r 1 I f - F ' ' ' x ' wg' a 4434 -QAM ., f - Thznkzng of cofzxeqzlelzces ff I 5 I' 4 Z 'y5W,f4 9 i Nx.:tx,XK Affml ll, NNYEQQYQ V11 Q X XRX,W1W' 1 mv H, 'If Disgust at girls' clanixhncss 'X X . N5 ' N , ' .7, z 1 - E: ff 0' sy' . X, P 4, tl V . ,- ,' Farully say no Q 'I - 7 ., J ' li ,gf 5.1 W ilx ,f .N His ,H-N. N.-' N Af! -is -n--vi xx V .5 ., , ' X g wg , fi wut sf .I VA X ' Angry passzon 'li V f xx 'i 3. , M V wo W, Avg' Hi V--. 5.45351 ry rx Mhz' ' I ' 4 V . . U ' rf" Reflzzfzzxccnce My fl X g, --mmm - g V - .,.. .ff 13 unxngmxmmn num mn mm mnu:ummml1m1wu.m1HlEiQ X-"-' " -wr' s r 1 mm, mm ,H , , ,nl M mm ml ..5.-'elk .... L LISVWB, kids '1""Mf'w.S Page 281 '1 "f' A at 1 l ,-so Qj'?Y75l,Qfl9'?S3J-, fe' R316 35--U Sf-, 1 1 l ,N- '-, L41 H xvlass L' f 'C . ow Gplllf ll? lim eWlrwfeQl' 1 - Qirm V 'lofi foil' W' 5 l ll N U -x-aeaeeeac-fx- WH ll ll E :if me ll H4 :xc ll W X M 1 The Last Wand ln 1 fll S 3 'M 'lf :xc ' ii if HAMS AND BACON ff ll PK :le ll 1 VVhen it comes to care in the selection of hams-the use 1 pk only of young, tender, corn-fed porkers-the last word is :le lll 1 ,'i HPummnW f W al: ,IV VVhen it comes to preparation-the 52 i 4?l ?X knack and knowuedge of cudng and W 1 x gawig 'W smoMng-dm hm wonlisHPudmnW 1 l 'F VVhen it comes to flavor-the sweet, 'le Y 1 ., mellow Havor, apparent in no other 1 l P14 ijg food except ham when it is just right Pk lo 1 W filgfthe last vyord is "Puritan". THiEi1ZS'9TE 1 l E Wufltany ii X 'lo really enjoy ham at xts best, let your rl: ,lc N Ham," last word to the dealer be 'lPuritan". 1 bk :ae le X X W 3 THE CUDAHY PACKING CO I ll' Q Dk W l SIOUX CITY, IOWA ll I 56565656 565656 5656-765656912534 ii :xx XP? 321 xi :ke ii xx xx '-lex 53522 ii afar: gsm :nijg Ease 'ii Ovevs "Baca: xv.: :eve xx :rex :ke xx xx: sex xv.: iii xx Xi is: aes: ka: ia: ii :eve 5656565656PlfPl4 5656 5656 l l SOMETHING DELICIOUS to EAT or DRINK 1 Pk ble :pl 32 is 21 PECULIAR IDEAg that is, in QE llll wk Pk lil wk ax: :ll E Ice Cream : : : E if Fancy Soft Drinks and E wk Pk il ' : Luncheonettes 1 - Pk lv ff X ll gi When you take such a NOTION, call at E if 1 1 C ll I C cl K' h 1 ll 1 o ege nn an y ltc en 1 lj ' 34 Pk ll l E We fire Here fwzllz the Service ana' Quality E wk :ze ll E Peters Park E. J. Anglo, Mgr. EE il ' pl m mmmmm:lmlumlmmmfffma ' ll ll l 1 . 1 l.ll'5:f"l? 'Fe -5--'woes 5 so ,, wfffvef' - to Page 232 1 EQ' Tw A.. N - 2:30 ?2r"5ifi?7f'3 mf c 1 I I r I f ' Qality Service ii -4 1 jl il 1 ,z F gl ji K M N if i ol r Nl .I p STUDIO 7II Pierce Street 5 5, 'f i. si if we 5 i l Ei 1 .5 7 35 Years Producing Good Photography I 54 I bl ' V24 c i 1 eeiie i X P ,f c' Wffff QQ- ' ,fre or M , o KMWPEIWUWU' Illllll l'11"'!'f"'1i1'1ii'-1 CF Lf f Igbwlgl "F ""f1ki:1i""l"'i':' 1 Y' I"'1i1"11' '1""1f U '1'l'11"11' H 'Wg Page 283 V by t.. O 4, f I i X - . . .X i . N I - fx .fa :str C ff UWB? ' fsiiai . .- F -A--' F1 .Q XY ,glnllilluunl-:nina--u I-'Ili' "'1"g X' 37, Ni: : u ' I I I - I -my - , : .--. mhz- C1511 I - ' I - t I E P 'lH?3l,ZZZ.l'M' ' I : A ?lyrl:"grf'1 l1fW , E I I 2,1 X V, Q5 ' ' Wg fix I I I A : I ............ : I : I I : S U P R E M A C Y : I ' I : For the past lifteen years the Educa- I tional De artment of the Bureau of u . , P . . l Engraving, Inc., has been collecting a . i vast fund of information from the ex- I I eriences of hundreds of editors and ' P I 1 managers of Annuals. : I : This data covering organization, Iinanc- : : ing, advertising, construction, selling and I I original features has been systematically I . 1 tabulated and forms the subject matter I : for our series of reference books. These : I are furnished free to those securing : I "Bureau" co-operation in the making : : of engravings for their books. n . I : Begm where others have left of Profit : ' by their experience and assure .ruccerx ' : I for your Annual. n I - . I I - . I BUREAU OF ENGRAVINGINQ i I n ' 17 sour!-I slxn-1 S'I'REE'1L I g MINNBAPOLIS : : I J l X 5 , o ' Alicia nun nnunlll Ilnlnnn--llnlllgllulllg -N . . , - -. if n ,uf of 99565- 'xk ,r,, M' f ., "" af -m H- gg ifgill!lm!llllllllilllllllllllll'illlllllllllllv ""' I Illlwllllm igilfmfyn-1Z!35tfb,efL - uunlululdlllm ,,,,' - ' 1nv:m.1n.1uuwxwrua.uuuxjxrz1iggQl Page 284 me Sfifttllf blgvsf Q X! Dgpenciabilify ll . 2 Iiitll E A E he - E IIIlIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIiIllllllllllllllllllllllis Q nmlmmnnu I nfl . limi ml- wwe fl ASTER PRINTERS of the olden days strove to excel in the quality of their work. They looked upon the profession as an'art and lost sight of the commercial aspect of the business. This practice pre- vailed until about the middle of the past century, at which time the commercial idea almost obliterated the artistic side and the quality of printing deteriorated to an alarming extent. Many printers today do not seem to appreciate that quality is an essential in the establishment of a good printing house. The public is largely to blame for this situation. Often it is the matter of a few cents or a few dollars, according to the size of the contract, that determines who will do the work. A firm with a reputation for quality receives no more consideration than one that cares but little for the appearance of the work they turn out. Our policy is to' give each piece of work the attention which it merits. If it be a College Annual such thought and attention is given as is necessary to pro- duce a book that will look well and wear well. A blank form receives the attention that it should to be of service to the user. And so with every other kind of work- each class receives the proper attention to make it attractive and useful. Whatever your needs you will render yourself a serv- ice if you turn your printing over to us. THE CLIO PRESS Economy Advertising Company Iowa Cify, Iowa l up g Q , 4 M ' ' ,nf mimiIn5nunml:111K1lxIxlu:1llmzl1jEl1Imnl-mgw1QQn1,wmm Z 7 . g H X I ,iii .lltllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll un ll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhlllwhllmmllyw - - f ,, Y -4 Y Page 235 f zrw Q lim? -if h QgNx iMARTI' Greets the students of Morningside College and the friends of Morningside College in this l92I issue of THE SIOUX, and invites attention to glorious New Summer Showings of Exquisite Apparel -- And this Store of Quality stresses here a slogan you will do well to remember - "If You Buy it at Martin's It,s Good" It's a slogan that has back of it honest mer- chandise, honest prices-a slogan we back to the limit. WE SOLICIT PATRONAGE FOR A HGOOD STORE .. lMARTI' g , - Um-m-fe e --: ' - -2- . ML.. ,. . k 1 X E! W' "" I.Tvi'Ikllll'.'i k fhl-lif 44 x 'N " HIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIL 1. !l1IIIu,!i.,JIl..,i . Pug C,i :-lp -- ' nlvcimpff jf!! ""i ifeffeagaawlv Q THE 1921 SIOUX is greatly indebted to the business men of Sioux City, who have so graciously advertised with us. : Q i i i l , , ,il J -V! I r i i l WITHOUT THEM- 'E Publication of this Annual would not have been possible. They boost for u.v,' Morningside, boost for them! e I' 'li i lla F F P. E l. Pass Word F We have done our best to make this book a success but E the verdict rests with you. There are mistakes, we know 3 ' they can be found in the most perfect work of man, but .iw perfection is the goal toward which we strove even though E y we did not reach that end. Fl We wish to thank all who have so generously given of 5 , their time and energy in the production of this bookg especially to our engraver for his splendid workg to Pro- fessor Hayes and his corps of artists, Francis Mueller and 5 Dorothy Skewis, whose works have been indispensable to our art sectiong and last to Virgil Gerkin who did all the ll' draudng on the group pktures E l is l ,-1iMuNw"1f' gr ,,mf? g lllllllllllllllllllm Nj Emil., ,.F:::, . ,.,,, x ,Wlll uilmwmmigg Page 287 exif o Wmigkfip - iiwaviffg-N 5333311155 - JQQQ? Nam if I 5 I l P ! n I 5 I i ,EI Q N , -- new 1-11-' -1 - , FZMUQ-IMmHQ'Lm!UMm'mnWwH5Emf1fm2mii' E' , -7- if ,Arr -:wr ', i Page 238 .ws 1


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