Northwest Missouri State University - Tower Yearbook (Maryville, MO)
- Class of 1936
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HE following was taken from the Northwest Missourian of October 19, 1934.
John L. Ford, of the class of 1935, is the author of the feature which qualified
as the best feature story in the state contests held in Columbia last year.
Many years ago Mike Hour dog" was the most popular figure on the campus.
His sudden appearance from no one knows where and his decision to stay, met
with the approval of students and faculty alike.
One of his first acquaintances upon the campus was M. S. Boase, secretary
to the President of the College, and it was through this friendship that Mike
became accustomed to college life. He was warmly welcomed by the Student
Body who soon recognized him as an integral and indispensable part of the
Every morning Mike would report for classes as regularly as the sun and
no doubt more so than the students and professors. Every evening he would
select the particular instructor with whom he wished to spend the night and to
that lucky instructor's home would he proceed as guest of honor. Among his
favorites were Mr. Boase, the dean of the faculty, the President, Mr. Bicken-
brode, and Mr. Hawkins.
On warm days, Mike spent his time chasing rabbits, digging for ground
squirrels, and assisting Mr. Brink in superintending the work about the grounds.
He was the only being who ever dared dispute the authority of Mr. Brink. He
would dig holes in the tulip beds and in the soft turf and the holes would be
filled and new flowers planted.
Of course he was at the games. He always appeared at the scene of an
athletic contest clad in his green and white blanket with a white "M" on each
side. There were no questions asked when he drank out of the water pail on
the side lines or when he walked the basket ball courts. "He was Lord-High
Chancellor and he knew itf' .... . . .
May 15, 1917, turned out to be one of the saddest days in the history of
the College. The day was warm and the Agricultural class was spraying trees
with lead arsenate. Mike had spent his time chasing rabbits. "The white
spray resembled milk-and he was so thirsty! The efforts of the students and
veterinary were of no availf, Mike was to roam the campus no more.
A small box bearing the inscription "For the love of Mikei' was placed in
the hall and enough nickles and pennies were placed in it to erect the small
marker which may be seen today across the drive from the east entrance to the
To the Memory of our Dog
Died May 15, 1917
J ACK STAPLETON
LLOYD W. KING, EX-OtIie1o
State Supermtendent of Pubhe Schools
V. E. BIRD, Treasurer
R. L. DOUGLAS
DR. J. M. PERRY
A. T. WEATHERRY
Board of Regents
DR. JESSE MILLER
W. A. RICKENBRODE
Too often a college is
measured by the size
of its student body. If
we used that standard,
the present year 1935-36
is the most successful in
its history, for the total
enrollment in each of the
three quarters has been
the largest in the respec-
tive quarters since it was
But the real measure PRESIDENT UBL W. LAMKIN
of such an institution is i
the quality of Work that is done in it, and the success of those Who
complete its courses. This year marks the second full year of our
general courses. Some of you go into your junior year, some start
teaching. We will be interested in knowing Whether or not the
general courses "Work.',
And We, who are here at the college from year to year, will be
interested in each of you Whose names are in this book, and in each
of you who get one of them. No matter What you may do, nor where
you may be, We hope the Tower will be, not only a reminder of the
days you were here, but a tie that will bind you to your college and
to your friends, and them to you, throughout the years.
UEL W. LAMKIN,
JAMES C. MILLER came
to the Northwest Mis-
souri State Teachers Col-
lege September 1, 1935,
as Dean of the Faculty.
He received his Bac-
calaureate Degree from
the Central Missouri
State Teachers College at
Warrensburg in 1925. He
did his graduate Work at
the University of Chicago
receiving the degrees of
Master of Arts and Doc-
tor of Philosophy from
m the former institution.
DEAN J AMES C. MILLER 6 .
His professional ex-
periences consist of teaching in rural schools, teaching in High
Schools, Superintendent of Schools, Principal of the University
Elementary School, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri,
Dean of Christian College, Columbia, Missouri, and later acting
President for a time. He Was cashier of the Bank of Fortuna, For-
tuna, Missouri, for three years before enlisting in the United States
Navy. During the World War, he served in the United States Naval
Reserve Force. A large part of the term of his service Was spent
overseas. After the Armistice, he had an opportunity to travel in
a number of the countries of Europe.
As Dean of the Faculty his Work has to do With the general
educational Work of the college as it relates to the curriculum, regis-
tration and classification of students, student counseling, faculty
study, various types of committee Work, and teaching. He is chair-
man of the Faculty Council, acting president when the President is
away, and chairman of the Committee on Admissions, Classifications,
and Advanced Standing.
DR. ANNA M. PAINTER DR. JOSEPH W. HAI-:E C. E. WELLS
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Whose pictures do not appear on
HOMER T. PHILLIPS
HELEN BITSB Y
W. A. RICKENBRODE NELL HUDSON
Business Manager R631-9i7'0?'
A. H. COOPER
Director of Extension
DR. F. R. ANTHONY
MARGARET STEPHENSON C. E. WELLS ESTELLE CAMPBELL
Di1'6Cl0l' Qf.Women's Librarian Residence Hall Director
HUGH G. WALES
LUCILLE BRUMBAUGH RU'l'H MILLETT
DH'HCi0V-Of.M6n'S Assistant Librarian Director of Publicity
DR. HENRY M.
HETTIE MAE ANTHONY
A. B., Davidson College
M. A., Princeton
Ph. D., University of Mis-
B. A., University of Mis-
M..A., Columbia Univer-
Study.in European Uni-
B. A., Washburn
M. A., Kansas
bridge, England and
A. B., M. A., University
Study, University of Cali-
fornia and University of
A. B., Ohio Northern
B. S., Chicago University
M. A., University of Wis-
Graduate Work, Univer-
sity of Colorado, Uni-
versity Of California
B. S., B. A., M. A., Na-
tional Normal Univer-
sity Of Ohio
Graduate Student, Uni-
versity of Washington
B. S., Stanberry Normal
Graduate Study, Univer-
sity of Colorado
B. S., Maryville State
Ed. M., Harvard Uni-
Graduate Work, Missouri
and Chicago Universi-
A. J. CAUFFIELD
GEORGE H. COLBER1-
T. H. COOK
A. H. COOPER
B. S., McLean College
Graduate Work, Peabody
and Phillips University
Study, South Kentucky
X E. A. DA VIS
B. S., A. M., Teachers
College, Columbia Uni-
f versityg Univ. of Parisg
' Art Studentse-League,
N. Y., Graduate study,
Columbia Univ., Stu-
dent of Andre L'Hote
' and Percival DeLuce,
A A. N. A.
V OLIVE S. DELUCE
,V F ine Arts
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A. B., Missouri Wesleyan
f I A. M., University of Mis-
f Graduate Work, Ohio
il State University
H. R. DIETERICI-I
i 3 High School
. HARRY G. DILDINE
5 Social Science
B. A., M. A., Ph. D.,
B. S., Maryville State
M. A., Chicago
Graduate Student, Uni-
versity of London
MATTIE M. DY KES
B. S., Missouri
M. A., Columbia
Graduate Work, Califor-
MARY M. FISHER
B. A., Yale
M. A., Chicago
Ph. D., Leland Stanford
HENRY A. FOSTER
B. S., University of Mis
M. A., Columbia Uni-
sity of Chicago and Uni-
versity of Iowa
WILLIAM T. GARRETT
B. S., University of Mis-
sity of Missouri and
Mus. B.-Oberlin College
Extension, University of
Summer School, Univer-
sity of California
Mus. M., Oberlin College
B. S., Maryville State
M. A., Nebraska
Graduate Work, Iowa
A. B., Westminster Col-
M. S., University of Chi-
Graduate Study, Univer-
sity of Chicago
B. S., University of Min-
M. A., Columbia Univer-
Graduate Work, Univer-
sity of Minnesota, Co-
lumbia University and
B. A., Illinois University
M. A., Northwestern
Ph. D., University of
B. S., Maryville Teachers
A. A., Chicago University
Student, University of
Graduate Work, Univer-
sity of Chicago.
B. Pd., Greeley State
B. S., Maryville State
Student, Chicago Univer-
DR. J. W. HAKE
Fine Arts, English
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P B s A Univemt of
V73 M. A., Ph. D., University
A 1 of Missouri
FRANK HORSFALL, JR
A. B., University of Pitts-
M. A., University of Penn-
Graduate Work, Colum-
Study, Carnegie Tech.
LAVERNE E. IRVINE
B. S., Maryville State
A. B., Grinnell College
M. A., Ph. D., University
Graduate Study, Cornell
B. S., Springfield
Graduate Student, Uni-
versity of Paris
Study, University of Mad-
'JOSEPH P. KELLY
RAMONA LUCILLE L'A1R
Teachers A. B., Colorado State
M. A., Colorado Teachers Teachers
College M. A., University of Chi-
Graduate Work-Colum- C330
bla Ph. D., Yale University
MINggi75gr'I2MES MARGARET R. LOWERY
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B. S., Missouri Unlversit ugs nirg cfoueoe 'rQ.ff"f'
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M A C I b, , . A., UH1NCTSlty of ,
gyersii Oum la Um' North Dakota U s -
y Ph. D., University of
MARX' E. KEITH O. NIYKING Mrcuus
P1 c' lt
B. S., Warrensburg State Pupil of Thos. Noble Mo-
Teachers Burney CChicagoj
M. .A., Columbia Univer- Francesco Daddi CChicago
Slty Opera Companyj
Graduate Work, Univer- Florence and Rudolph
sity of Vienna N aymes CChicagoj
CHLOE E. Mu.1.1KAN
Pfimflfy H. N. SCHUSTER
B. A., Earlham
M. IA., Columbia Univer- Ph. B., University of Chi-
Graduate Work, Sorbonne B. S., Warrensburg State
and University of Cali- Teachers
f0I'Ilia A M. A., Columbia
Ph. D., Yale .
ANNA M. PAINTER DORA B. SMITH
English Training School
B. S.,Warrensburg B. S-, Maryville State
M' A, Columbia Teachers College
Graduate Work, Peabody M' A".UniVerSit'Y of Mis'
and Southern California
LESLIE G. SOMERVILLE
HOMER T. PHILLIPS .
A. B. Mar ville State
Teachers College Q B. S., Maryville State
M. S., Iowa UHlVCISll.y Teachers Cgllege
Graduate VVork, Iowa Graduate Work, Peabody
NI S LER VVILBUR STALCUI'
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L i l A A .fllhlelzcs
D. N. VALK
B. S., Kalamazoo State
M. S., Michigan Univer- B. S., -University of Mis-
Graduate Work, Michigan M. A.,. University of Mis-
Induslrial Arls J R' T' WRIGHT
B.A',Han0VeI. College B. S., Maryville State
M. A., University of Iowa Teachers College
MARIAN WAGGONER Physical Education
HUGH G. WALES
A. B., Smith College
Diploma, School of Ex-
A. M., Ph. D., Columbia
B. A., Washburn University
M- B- A-, HaI'VaI'd Graduate Study, Univer-
sity of Paris
DR. BLANCHE H. Dow
M. W. WILSON
B. S., Maryville State
B. S., Warrensburg Teach- Teachers College
M. A., University of Mis-
A. B., Olivet College Bgilzgr-r SYFHCUSC UHiV0I'-
M. S., University of Chi- B. S., M. All Columbia
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ALL OF college life is not con-
fined to classes. Living,
Working, and playing with oth-
ers is a very real part of a stu-
Having a share in the plan-
ning of student Activities -
whether as a member of the
Student Senate, a club program
committee, or a group to plan
a social affair-adds to a stu-
dent's interest in college. Re-
MARGARET B' STEPHENSON sponsibility for and participa-
tion in debates, dramatics, school
publications, clubs, and assemblies help to develop initiative, self-
confidence, and the ability to co-operate with others.
Director of Womerfs Activities
If students are to become Well-rounded men and Women, it is
necessary for them to take advantage of the many opportunities to
meet others socially-at teas, dinners, and dances. Poise in meeting
social situations is only gained
Many of the pleasant mem-
ories of college days and long
enduring ties of friendship are
rewards of participation in extra-
Guidance is essential to suc-
cess in student activities, and it
is in the role of directors that
Miss Stephenson and Mr. Wales
have contributed valuable serv-
ices. The high plane on which
student activities have been con-
ducted is evidence of the qualifi-
cations of Miss Stephenson and
Mr. Wales for their positions. Dimtor of Men-S Act,-,,,-,ies
HUGH G. WALES
Tnrfz close of the present school year
marks the fourteenth year of the Student
Senateis existence upon the campus of S.
T. C. During these years, the machinery
and functions of the Senate have grown
until at present there is a Well-dehned
service rendered by that body to the Col-
lege-faculty as Well as students.
The membership consists of a presi-
dent and a vice-president elected by the
student body at large, three members of
each of the upper classes, and two members
of the freshman class. Service on the
Senate is one of the highest honors that
comes in the college life of a student, as
Well as affording valuable training in many
The Maryville State Teachers College
is a member of the National Student Federa-
tion of America, having sent four members,
Dean Miller, Louise Bauer, Virgil Woodside,
and Miller Weeda as delegates to the 1936
Congress held in Kansas City.
CROW GRAY, Toon, MoN'rGoMEm', BAUER, BHECKENRIDGE, BILLS
CATTEnsoN, LIPPMAN, VVEEDA, VVUODSIDE, '-PAYLOR, HILL
SANDISON ZELLEB PECK COE
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WAMSLEY S13 YSTER BIRD BRADLEY HAMMAN
THE Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of a sponsor, the president
and two representatives of the two national sororities, Alpha
Sigma Alpha and Sigma Sigma Sigma.
The offices of president and secretary-treasurer alternate yearly
between the two sororities.
The Council formally opens the rush season each fall with the
Pan-Hellenic Tea, entertaining the rushees of both sororities.
The Council sets the standards for rushing, pledging and high
scholarship. The monthly meetings provide an opportunity for
discussion upon all phases of sorority activity.
Mrs. W. W. Sharp, national president of Alpha Sigma Alpha,
visited the Council during the winter quarter.
The officers of the Council are: Barbara Zeller, President, and
Virginia Coe, Secretary-Treasurer.
The Sponsor is Miss Estelle Bowman.
Membership: Barbara Zeller, Lucille Groh, Lucy Mae Benson,
Alpha Sigma Alpha. Virginia Coe, Dorothy Sandison, Mary Peck,
Sigma Sigma Sigma.
THE Inter-Fraternity Council was organized in the spring of 1935
under the supervision of a faculty committee. The organization
began to function the following fall, and it has had a very successful
The purpose of the organization is to bring about a better
understanding between the fraternities and to provide an agency
for promoting their mutual good. The chairman of the Council is
held alternately by a member of the Sigma Mu Delta and the Sigma
Tau Gamma fraternities. The chairman is a non-voting member.
The members are: Harold Bird, Bernard Hamman, and Robert
Wamsley, Sigma Mu Delta, Max Seyster and Ford Bradley, Sigma
f ROBERT WABISLEY . . . . . President
FORD BRADLEY . . . Secretary
DR. HENRY ALEXANDER . . Sponsor
FRANCES TOLBERT VELMA CASS HELEN SHIPMAN MARY PECK
RESIDENCE HALL is the center of the social life of the college.
Every night at seven the crowd gathers to dance until the quiet
hours for study begin.
Throughout the year the women of Residence Hall entertain
with formal dinners, faculty receptions, dances, after hour cozies
around the fireplace, and Weekly pajama breakfasts. The hall is
more than a place to live. It is an opportunity for young women
of very different backgrounds to live and Work together. Often
at dinner they may be heard singing together.
RESIDENCE HALL BOARD
FRANCES TOLBERT ...... President
VELMA CASS . Vice-President
HELEN SHIPMAN . . Secretary
MARY PECK . . . Treasurer-
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IJUKE PALIINIBO. llzihhard. Ohio
ELBEli'1' L. BARRETT, lWaryz'ille
EUNICE SCOTT, Weslori
ANITA AIJIJRIKIII, Elmo
JACK ALSBAUGH, Sl. Joseph
HAROLD C. BIRD, Kansas Cily
GER.ALD BOATWRIGHT, Slanberry
FORD BRADLEY, Maryville
CLEOLA FAE CARR, Maryville
VELMA CASS, Shenandoah, Iowa
VIRGINIA COE, Nlaryville
DENSIL COOPER, Sheridan
FRANK WARREN CROW, Maryville
VIRGINIA LEE DANFORD, Slanberry
MABEL MAXWELL FIDDICK, Cameron
DON FRANCIS, Sl. Joseph
C. F. GRAY, Sheridan
LUCILLE GROH, Sl. Joseph
BERNARD L. HANIMAN, Rushzville, Ill.
MX'BTLE HANCOCK, Weailzerby
JOSEPH XV. HARTLEY, Mercer
LEONA M. LIASELNVOOD, Sl. Joseph
ADIBER I'IERlKlMAN, Zllound Cily
EUGENE T. LIUFF, Nashville
LAVVRENCE HIIIIPHREY, Independence
MARGARET IIUMPIIREYS, Laredo
WILSON L. l'lUN'1'SMAN. ullailhmd
JESSIE JUTTEN, Sl. Joseph
W. A. A
LUKE PALUMBO. B. S.
Chemistry and Physical Education-UM" Club, H. S.
U., Barkatze, Newman Club.
ELRERT L. BARRETT, B. S.
Industrial Arts'-Industrial Arts Club, Band, Orchestra,
Varsity Tennis, Adv. Mgr. N. W. Missourian.
EUNICE SCOTT, B. S.
Elementary Education-Chorus, Barkatze, Residence
W. A. A., Barkatze, Y. W. C. A., Alpha Sigma Alpha,
JACK ALSBAUGH, B. S.
Foreign Language-O'Nellians, Social Science Club,
International Relations Club.
HAROLD C. BIRD, B. S.
Social Science-Sigma Mu Delta, "M" Club, Basket
GERALD BOATWRIGHT, B. S.
Physical Education-Barkatze, Y. M. C. A.
FORD BRADLEY, A. B. and B. S.
English and Social Science-Sigma Tau Gamma,
O'Nellians, Social Science Club, International Rela-
tions Club, Growlers, Interfraternity council, Editor
CLEOLA FAE CARR, B. S.
Home Economics-Y. W. C. A., Varsity Villagers,
Kappa Omicron Phi.
VELMA CAss, B. S.
Kindergarten and Primary Education-Green and
White Peppers, A. C. E., Residence Hall Board.
VIRGINIA COE, B. S.
English-Sigma Sigma Sigma, Social Committee,
Writers Club, Pan-Hellenic Council.
DENSIL COOPER, B. S.
Physics and Mathematics-Alpha Phi Sigma, Student
FRANK WARREN CROW, B. S. and A. B.
English and Social Science-N. W. Missourian, Intra-
mural Commission, Student Senate, Social Science
Club, Pi Gamma Mu.
VIRGINIA LEE DANFORD, B. S.
English and Social Science-Alpha Phi Sigma, Tower
Staif, N. W. Missourian, Dramatic Club, Residence
Hall Board, Sigma Sigma Sigma, 0'N6ll1HflS, S0Cl3l
MAREL MAXYVELL FIDDICK, B. S.
Primary Education-A. C. E.
Barkatze, Sigma Tau Gamma, "MH Club, Track,
C. F. GRAY, B. S.
Chemistry and Physics-Y. M. C. A., Barkatze, Senate,
Business Mgr. Tower, Alpha Phi Sigma.
LUCILLE GROH, B. S.
Primary Education-Green and White Peppers, Alpha
Sigma Alpha, A. C. E., Residence Hall Board, Pan-
Hellenic Council, Social Science Club, Chorus.
BERNARD L. HAMMAN, B. S. Sz A. B.
History and Social Science-Sigma Mu Delta, Pi
Gamma Mu, Inter-Fraternity Council.
JOSEPH W. HARTLEY, B. S.
Social Science and Commerce-Social Science Club.
LEONA M. HASELWOOD, B. S.
Commerce-Pi Omega Pi, Barkatze, Mask and Gavel,
Y. W. C. A.
AMBER HARRIMAN, B. S.
Primary Education-A. C. E., Barkatze, Alpha Epsilon
Psi, Chorus, A Cappella Choir.
EUGENE T. HUFF, B. S.
Social Science--Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Club,
International Relations Club, Northwest Missourian,
LAWRENCE HUMPHREY, B. S. and A. B.
MARGARET HUMPIIREYS, B. S.
Primary Education-Art Club, Northwest Missourian
Staff, Sigma Sigma Sigma. A. C. E., Pan-Hellenic
Council, Residence Hall Board.
WILSON HUNTSMAN, B. S.
Social Science-Sigma Tau Gamma, "M" Club.
.lEssIE JUTTEN, B. S.
Physical Education-Social Science Club, WV. A. A.,
Alpha Sigma Alpha.
LJTIIA WV. .IENNlNGS, Slanlferry
SYLYI-:STER J. REEFR. Larisforrl. N. D.
JUSTIN U. KING, Cameron,
IJELI-IN KHANIICII, lllaryville
RALPH JOHN Kf!AT'l'LI, Krzolmosler
NIONILIA LASH, Hoseridale
ROBERT C. LAWRENCE, Alaryville
CHARLOTTE LEET, Maryville
BEATRICE LEMON, Maryville
JOHN WILLIAM LIDDLE, Nlaryville
LUCILE LINDBERG, Shenandoah, Iowa
E. HERBERT LINDLEY, Slanberry
DORIS LOGAN, Maryville
HARRY M. LYLE, Maryville
GLENN L. MARION, Mailland
M.AX1NE MIDDLETON, Bolckow
CALLISTIA MAE JVIILLER, lllaryville
DEAN MILLER, Maryville
EDNA RXIARY MONK, Burlinglon Jcl.
JEAN NIONTGOMERY, Maryville
GAYLORD MORRISON, Eagleville
MILDRED G. MYERS, Sl. Joseph
MEIICEDES MCCANIPBPII.1a, Sl. Joseph
LOIS NEFF, Bellzany
IJAHOLIJ J. PERSON, Jlary1'ille
ICLNA PETERSON, Sl. .Joseph
M RS. ICIIAINI: XYEST IJXNISICY, Savannah
CLARK F. HlNI'1lIAll"l', Ifzllyezmzxv
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OTIIA W. JENNINGS, B. S.
Agriculture-Y. M. C. A., Band, Chorus, A Capella
SYLVESTER J. KEEFE, B. S.
Commerce and Biology-Journalism Club, Alpha Phi
Sigma, Library Force, Newman Club, Y. M. C. A.
JUSTIN O. KING, B. S.
Mathematics and Physical Education-Journalism
Club, Newman Club, Trainer.
HELEN KRAMER, A. B.
French and English-Sigma Sigma Sigma, Northwest
Missourian, Social Committee, Writer'S Club.
RALPH JOHN KRATTLI, B. S.
Social Science-Social Science Club.
MONICA LASR, B. S.
English-O'Neillian Club, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A.,
A Capella Choir, Chorus.
ROBERT C. LAWRENCE, B. S.
Agriculture and Music-Y. M. C. A., Men's Glee Club,
Orchestra, Band, Chorus, A Capella Choir, Men'S
Quartette, Alpha Epsilon Psi.
BEATRICE LEMON, B. S.
Commerce-Orchestra, Dramatic Club, Alpha Phi
Sigma, Pi Omega Pi, Chorus.
Sigma Mu Delta, Growlers, Orchestra, Band, Chorus,
A Capella Choir, Industrial Arts Club. '
LUCILLE LINDBERG, B. S.
Social Science and English-Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha
Phi Sigma, Social Science Club, International Rela-
tions Club, Y. W. C. A., Northwest Missourian.
E. HEIKBERT LINDLEY, A. B.
Biology and Chemistry-Growlers, Band.
HARRY M. LYLE, B. S.
Social Science and English-Pi Kappa Delta, Debate
Social Science Club, International Relations Cl
GLENN E. MARION
CALLISTIA MAE MILLER, B. S.
Elementary Education-Chorus, Band V arsit Vil-
lagers, Alpha Phi sigma, Y. W. O. A. i Y
DEAN MILLER, B. S.
Commerce-Student Senate, Pi Omega Pi, O'Neillian
EDNA MARY MONK, B. S.
Music-Alpha Epsilon Psi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Barkatze.
JEAN MONTGOMERY, A. B. and B. S.
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pan-Hellenic Council, Green and
White Peppers, Social Committee, Student Senate.
GAYLORD MORRISON, B. S.
Agriculture and Mathematics-Band, Chorus, A
Capella Choir, Y. M. C. A.
MILDRED G. MYERS, B. S. I
Home Economics-Pi Omega Pi, Kappa Omicron Phi.
LOIS NEFF, B. S.
Social Science-Social Science Club, International
Relations Club, Pi Gamma Mu, Y. W. C. A.
HAROLD J. PERSON, B. S.
Mathematics-Student Senate, Y. M. C. A., Sigma
Mu Delta, Band, Social Committee, Northwest
ELNA PETERSON, B. S.
Kindergarten-Primary-A. C. E., Social Science Club,
A Capella Choir, Senior Octette, Alpha Epsilon Psi.
MRS. ELAINE WEST RAMSEY, B. S.
Commerce-Pi Omega Pi, Y. W. C. A.
CLARK F. RINEIHART, B. S.
Social Science-Social Science Club, International
Mask and Gavel Club. O'Neillians Club, Y. M. C.uA.
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FRANCES E. RUSSELL. flflanila. P. I
'DOROTHY SANDISON, lllaryville
BTAX SEYSTER, tllaryville
JOHN VV. SHANNON, Maryville
FRANCES SHIVELY, Hamilton
MILDRED SORRIE, Maryville
JESSE DEAN TAYLOR, Watson
HARRY' THIESFELD, Fairfax
LELAND THORNHILL, Burlington Jct.
FRANCES TODD, Trenton
VIRGINIA M. TODD, Turney
FRANCES TOLBERT, Gallatin
ROBER'f L. TRACY, Hubbard, Ohio
MARGARET TURNEY, Forest City
ROBERT WAMSLEY, Maryville
ADA MAE WOODRUFF, Richmond
MORRIS YADON, Barnard
BARBARA ZELLER, Oregon
DEROTHA DAVIS, Dearborn
DONALD H. LINDLEY, Maryville
VERNE S. CAMPBELL, Tarkio
RAYMOND HAMIVIOND, Parnell
W. DONALD CLINE, W'hitesville
ITUTH B. STR KNGE, Srnitlzvillc
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RAYMOND ROBERTS, B. S. ROBERT L. TRACY, A. B.
BllSlIlCSS AdrIliI1iStI'8ti0I1-Y. M. C. A. History-"M" Club, H. S. U., Social Committee
FRANCES E. RUSSELL, B. S.
Social Science+Barkatze, Social Science Club. M ARG ARET TURNEY B S
Kindergarten and Primary Education-A. C. E.
Alpha Sigma Alpha, O7Neillian Dramatic Club.
DOROTHY SANDISON, B. S.
Commerce-Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu,
ROBERT WAMSLEY, B. S. .
Business Administration and Social Science-Sigma
Mu Delta, Inter-Fraternity Council, Mask and Gavel
MAX SEYSTER, B. S. Club.
Commerce and Business Administration-Student
Senate, Sigma Tau Gamma.
ADA MAE WOODRUFF, B. S.
JOHN W. SHANNON, A. B. Home Economlcs'
Chemistry-Barkatze, Y. M. C. A.
MORRIS YADON, B. S.
Music-Y. M. C. A., Alpha Epsilon Psi, Social Science
Club, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, A Capella Choir,
JESSE DEAN TAYLOR, B. S.
Commerce-Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Tau Gamma.
DEROTHA DAVIS, B. S.
Home Economics-Green and White Peppers, Kappa
HARRY THIESFELD, A. B. Omlcron Phi'
Mathematics and Physics-Barkatze, Y. M. C. A.
I DONALD H. LINDLEY
LELAND THORNHILL, B. S.
Mathematics-Barkatze, Y. M. C. A.
VERNE S. CAMPBELL, B. S.
Social Science-Sigma Mu Delta, Growlers.
FRANCES TODD, B. S.
Mathematics, Physical Education-W. A. A., Bar-
katze, Residence Hall Board, Student Senate.
RAYMOND HAMMOND, B. S.
Agriculture-Y. M. C. A., Chorus.
VIRGINIA M. TODD, B. S.
Kindergarten and Primary Education-A. C. E.,
O'Neillian Club, Chorus. W. DONALD CLINE
FRANCES TOLBERT, B. S. R B S B S
Primary Education'-Alpha Sigma Alpha, Green and . UTH J TRANGE, ' '
W'hite Peppers, A. C. E., Residence Hall Board, Chorus. Commerce-P1 Omega P1.
VERNON GREEN. Independence
XVALTER LEE PIULON, Slzenamloah, la.
IJELEN CQAUGH, Alaryville
INTARY E. .ALLP1N, Cameron
LOREE ALIIEN, Skidmore
MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS, IWI. Moriah
EVELYN M. BADGER, College Spgs. Ia.
LOUISE BAUER, Slewarlsville
WILLIAM B. BILLS, .Jameson
CARLYLE BRECKENRIDGE, Turney
ROY C. BROWN, Desloge
MARJORIE A. CARPENTER, Helena
LORACE CATTERSON, Maryville
CHARLOTTE CLAPHAM, Cedar Bluffs, Neb.
MAC COVERDELL, Grant Cily
GILBERT B. CROSSAN, Slewarlsville
J. B. CUMMINS, Maryville
DOROTHA DEPEW, Gravily, Iowa
DOROTHY DOWDEN, Maryville
LLOYD DOWDEN, Maryville
DALE DRIFTMIER, Clarinda. Iowa
J. PIERCE GARDNER, Sl. Louis
ALPHONSE A. GRAX'ES, Nlaryville
LOUISE GUTTING, Kahoka
FRANCES M. GORDON, Sl. Joseph
MARX' ANNE IIAMILTOIN, J Iarlvville
Wfk1'NE IIAHRULD, fl!II.II.YI'I'llP
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AMBIIOSE M. JFINNINGS, Sianberry
VIRGINIA JUDAH, Sl. Joseph
NELLE KELIIOGCS, Craig
MAIIJOIIIE K,EYES, Gran! Ciiy
NIARGARET LANNING, Gower
AMY LEUTZINGEH, Osborn
LOUISE LIPPMAN, fllaryville
NORMA RUTH LOGAN, Maryville
JACK LOUDEN, Oregon
ESTELLENE LYLE, Maryville
MARIAN MALOY, Redding, Iowa
KENNETH M. LIANIFOLD, Coin, Iowa
MONTE B. MEACHAM, Maryville
MARY' MEADONVS, Pattonsbarg
VELMA MOZINGO, Maryville
DOROTHY MURPHY, Weston
GERALDINE E. MYERS, Conway, Iowa
DORIS NICPHERRIN, Oakland, Iowa
DOROTHY MCPHEIKRIN, Oakland, Iowa
HISRSCHEL NEIL, Maysville
PAUL NEWBY, Plallsbarg
GEOIIOE D. DIIXON, Leon, Iowa
CIIAIILES C. PEANIJEH, Burlinglon Jct.
MARGARET PORTER, flrlaryville
DALE O. RICHMOND, Nlaryville
HENRY' S. T108-INSON, Kingslon
GLENN A. HOUSE, Priricelon
GERALD B. ROWAN, Maryville
OLIN D. SCHMIDT, Graham
MARY SHOEMAKEB, Winslon
CHESTER LEE SMITH, Sl. Joseph
TROY JAMES SMITH, Maryville
WILLIAM D. SOMERVILLE, Maryville
FRANKLIN SPRATT, Weslon
LESTER R. STANLEY, Mercer
JAMES M. STEPHENSON, Nlaryville
FRANCES R. STUART, Maryville
CORA DEAN TAYLOR, Platlsburg
ESTHER THOMPSON, Maryville
VERNON F. T RAUERNICHT, Fairfax
ELIZABETH UTZ, Sl. Joseph
LUDMILA VDAVRA, Sl. Joseph
VVALTER O. VVADE, Dlaryville
CHANDIS VVILSON, King City
HAROLD VVILSON, Skidmore
CHARLENE XYILEY, Hopkins
DOROTHY GRAY XVORT, Braddyzwlle.
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BETTY BOSCH, Maryville
EULA BOWEN, Maryville
CLEO BROCK, Ridgeway
IRENE BURKE, Maysville
MARIAN BURR, Maryville
FRANCES CARMEAN, Fairfax
LESLIE CARLSON, Essex, Ia.
CATHERINE CARLTON, Bedford,!I a.
DON H. COFER, Fairfax an
ARLIE BRUCE COFFMAN, Forest City
JOHN B. COX, Maryville
ELINOR CBATER, Ravenwood
REX CREIGHTON, Coffey
FRANCES DAUGHERTY, Gallatin
W. HENRY DAVIS, Eagleville
RACHEL M. DAY, Villisca, Ia.
THELMA DUNCAN, Weston
ALICE M. ELLENBAUM, Slanberry
FRANCES FEURT, Jameson
KENNETH FINE, Hopkins
J. LEE FINLEY, Clarinda, Ia.
SUSAN FLEMING, Graham
BEULAH J. FRERICHS, Fairfax
PAULINE GALLUS, Maysville
EVA A. GATES, Clearmont
EDWARD DAVIS GEYER, Graham
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IKAYMUND IJARRIS, Redding, Ia.
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LELAND IIATHAVVAY, Grant City
IEONALD H. 1'1EPBUBN, Hopkins
H,AlKfJLD IIOLMES, Plattsbarg
LIABL IIOLT, JR., Nlaryville
DOROTHY HOOPER, lllaryville
HELEN HORN, Platte City
HARRY L. IRVINE, Fairfax
ROBERTA JOHNSON, Illaryville
LA VENA KABEL, Skidmore
DORIS LOUISE KENDALL, Maryville
B. QUAYLE K,ENNAUGH, Hopkins
NIARIAN KIRK, Hopkins
MARY KIRKHAM, College Springs, I a.
BEATRICE LEESON, Maryville
HELEN LEET, Maryville
CLARA LIPPMAN, lllaryville
MARY LOUISE LYLE, Skidmore
AVIL LYNCH, Maloy, Ia.
BERNEICE LYNCH, Redding, I a.
IRMA LYNCH, Redding, Ia.
LUCILLE MASON, Princeton
H. EDSON MAY, Bedford, Ia.
HEIIEN B. MEYER, Maitland
ANNA KATHRYN MINOR, Kidder
DOROTHY NELL MOORE, Maryville
JUNE MORGAN, Gallatin
FRANCES E. MORRIS, Graham
MARY KATHRYN MORROW, Lawson
RALPH MORROW, Ptattsbarg
NAOMI MUMFORD, Pickering
NIARJORY MURRAY, Oregon
BILLIE tX1CLAUGHLIN, Grant City
JOSEPIIINE NASH, Red Oak, Ia.
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IAALPH TWEVVBY, Plattsburg
MARY JANE NEWLON, Hopkins
BETTY NORLET, tVIary1.ville
ANNA K. OVERLAY, Maitland
ROBERT E. PAUL, Bedford, Ia.
MARY PECK, Fairfax
HAIlfJLD PENWELL, New Market, Ia.
DODIE PETERSON, Fairfax
FLORENCE PETERSEN, Maryville
J. K. PHIPPS, Grant City
ROBERT PHIPPS, Nlaryville
CHARLES A. PLOWMAN, Pattonsbarg
JOHN KAY PORTER, Plattsburg
MARY PORTER, Platte City
PAUL PORTERFIELD, Braddyville, Ia.
MARY POWELL, Gallatin
KATHERINE REECE, Parnell
FREDERICK SCHNEIDER, Stanberry
MARJORIE SCHNEIDER, Oregon
RICHARD SHAY, Maloy, Ia.
HELEN SHIPMIAN, Mound City
NORWOOD SHISLER, Stanberry
R. T. SIDENER, Lansford, N. D.
AILEEN SIFERS, Richmond
BETTY JANE SMITH, Gallatin
ESTHER M. SPRING, twound City
LOIS STEEN, Blockton, Ia.
PHILIP STENGER, Shenandoah, Ia.
BEECE STREETEB, Sheridan
MARY FRANCES SUTTON, Pattonsburg
C. M. SWINFORD, Burlington Jrt.
ROBERT TAYLOR, Gravity, Ia.
.ELDON VFHOMPSON, Ctarinda, la,
FRANCES THOMPSON, Aflaryvitle
MARY VFIMMONS, Wheeling
'FHELMA VFODD, Trenton
RAMONA TROX EL. Gallatin
BARBARA VFIIRNER, King City
EDNVIN TYSON, Skidmore
MARY ALICE TYSON. Steiftnlore
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ALETHA VVHARTON, Stanberry
2 R. GOHY WIGGINS, Princeton
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LELA ALLDREDGE, Hosendale
SOHENUS ADAMS, Maryville
WELUON L. BAILEY, Gallatin
CLIFFORD BAKER, Slanberry
JESSIE BALDWIN, Hopkins
FERN BARRER, Craig
FRANK BARKER, Grant City
BEN E. BEASLEY, Trenton
JENNINGS B. BEAVERS, Grant City
RAYMOND BEEDLE, Havenwood
ELAINE BENDER, New Hampton
RUTH ELLEN BENNETT, Mound City
ROMA F. BENTHIEN, Clearmont
RALPH BERGER, Maryville
ARLENE H. BIRDSELL, Ravenwood
BONNIE MAXINE BORING, Quitman
ELIZABETH ANN BOTKIN, Skidmore
ILENE BOYD, Kensington, Kan.
MARY ANN BOVARD, Maryville
RICHARD BRACKEN, Maryville
MYNATT BREIDENTHAL, Bethany
LESTER BREWER, Princeton
SUE BRODERICK, Perrin
GALE BROVVN, Hamburg, Ia.
JESSIE FERN BROWN, Gallatin
WALTER BROWN, JR., Nlaryville
ADA BURCH, Ravenwood
ALETA BURNHAM, Detroit, Mich.
ROSALIE BUSRY, Nlaryville
MARY VIRGINIA BUSH, Fairfax
FORREST BYEROO, Barnard
LOIS DEANE COPPAOE, Hale
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SIDNEY M. CARTER, Hielmzonil
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L. FRANCES COLLINS, Bethany
BARTLETTE COOH, lllaryville
NIAUHICE COOR, Barnard
ICMMA JEAN CORINGTON, Gower
JAMES C. CORINGTON, Edgerton
EDRA COTTRELL, Gilman City
KINSELL COULSON, Hatfield
NELIJIE COUSINS, Grant City
FLORIENE CRATER, Havenwood
W ALTER CUMMINGS, Pattonsburg
CHARLES CURRY, Parnell
CLEOTA DACK, Bavenwood
DOROTHY DALEEY, Burlington Jet.
AIAXINE DANIEL, Maysville
FRED E. DAVISON, Barnard
GUY DAVIS, Craig
VIRGINIA DE LONG, Ravenwood
F. M. DICK, Edgerton
LEO DONAHUE, Maryville
IWAYBEL DOUGAN, Lenox, Ia.
JOHN CARL DUNLAP, Fairfax
IMOGENE EASTON, New Hampton
CHAS, M. EBERHART, Gilman City
NIARY L. EISENBERGER, Martinsville
NIILDRED ELLIOTT, Edgerton
VIRGIL L. ELLIOT, Barnard
HELEN ESTEP, Union Star
N1AliJORY FARMER, Cromwell, Ia.
M. FARQUHAR, Burlington Jet.
ERSEL FASTENAU, Hepburn, Ia.
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HEREc:c,'x FOLEY, Callatin
HLLEN FORD, St. Joseph
UEORGIZ C. FRACKER, Wooster, O.
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FIIANCES FREIER. Ladrlonia
FRANCES FULK, Shornbauyh. Ia.
JOHN GALLAGHER, Nlaryville
JWIILIJRED GALLOWAY, fwarlinsrille
HOPE ELEANOR fIASKILL, Craig
DWIGHT E. GATES, Clearrnont
ESTHER K. CJJATES, Braddyville
VERA M. GATES, lllaryville
SAMUEL A. GOODING, Stanberry
WILHELMINA GOULD, Pattonsburg
WILLIS GOZA, Mounds, Ill.
ELLA MAE GRAHAM, Hosendale
MARY POLLET GSTREIN, Lawson
MARGUERITE HAENNI, Savannah
BEULAH HARNION, Maryville
ETHELYN HARRIS, New lWarket
LYLE HARRIS, Worthington, Nlinn.
PHILIP D. HARVEY, Graham
ELDON PI. HASKELL, Stewartsville
BETTY JANE HATFIELD, Nlaitland
ELIZABETH M. HAYDEN, Pickering
VESTA HELZER, Barnard
ETHEL HESTER, Mound City
DAVID HIGGINS, Platte City
DORIS HILES, Burlington Jct.
EUGENE HILL, Calhoun
ROBERTA HIMES, Smithville
JAMES HOLBROOK, Clearrnonl
EDNA HOLMES, Fillmore
ALOIS HUIATT, lvlaitland
ANNABEL HULL, lllaryville
JOE M. HUNT, Redding, Iowa
EVAN J. HUNTER, Virden, Ill.
GLENN A. HUBLBUTT, Tabor. la.
WILLIANI HUTCHINSCDN, Maryville
EUGENE JOHNSON. .llaryrille
NIAXINE E. JOHNSON, Shenandoah
JIMIII' JOHNSON, Jlaryville
NIIJRA JORGENSON, Barnard
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HELEN V. li YIIE, Gralzam
MARGARET IRYLE, Graham
MILDRE11 E. LACKEY, Burlington Jet
RIARCELLA I1AIlB, Braddyoille, Ia.
VERN LAWLER, Hopkins
ROSEMARY LEAKE, Hamilton
RKIAURINE LEPLEY, Maloy, Ia.
FORREST M. LEWIS, Bedford, Ia.
HAZEL LEVVIS, Plattsbarg
ROBERT LIGGETT, King City
RUTH E. LONG, Bedford, Ia.
HELEN LONGFELLOW, Bedford, Ia.
JOHN J. LOTT, Halls
MAIXGARET MAGEE, Albany
BILL MALOY, Bedding, Ia.
RUTH MARRINER, Oregon
BETTY MARSHALL, Weston
MONA MARSHALL, Gilman City
WANDA MARTIN, Allendale
DURWOOD MAXTED, Tabor, Ia.
RALPH B. MERRITT
ROBERT R. MILLER,
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GERALD MITCHELL, Maryville
MILDRED MIX, Amity
WILBUR L. MOORE, Earlham, Ia.
HELEN MOREHOUSE, Hopkins
ELIZABETH MORROW, Rosendale
GENEIVE MURREN, Braddyville, Ia.
ALBERT MYEIXS, Maryville
XVILMA MYERS, Turney
MARION MCCARTNEY, Lorimor, Ia.
CHARLES MCCONNEIJL, Fairfax
CLARK NICIDOVVELL, Clarinda, Ia.
BONNIE BETSY MCFALL, Smithville
ISEVEIKLY NICLLINNICSS, Barnard
FLORENCE MCINTOSH, Villisca, la.
ROBERT NEELY, Hosendale
IRENE NELSON. Barnard
ELOISE N ETHERTON, Jameson
LOYD OLIVER, Guilford
ELIZABETH OZENBERGER, St. Joseph
GWENETHA PARMAN, Grant City
T HELMA PATRICK, Bethany
MARIE PEETOOM, Ridgeway
ESTELLA JUNE PENCE, Ctearrnont
MONA M. PENNINGTON, Kidder
FORREST PETREE, Savanah
PAUL PERSON, Maryville
MARY MARTHA PETERSON, Edgerton
VIRGINIA ANNE PLACE, Cameron
GEORGIA PORCH, Parnell
HELEN GAIL POWELL, Allendale
BOB POYNTER, Mound City
WILMA PRITCHARD, Maysville
LORETTA REIMEB, Clearjield, I a.
CHAROLD ROBERTS, Bedford, Ia.
IRENE RISSER, Bedford, Ia.
GERTRUDE E. ROBERTS, Weston
GARNET ROBERTSON, Jameson
LELA ROGERS, Maryville
VIVIAN ROSS, Ravenwood
W. LEE ROWLAND, Lawson
RUSSEL V. RINEHART, Crant City
MILDBED JEAN RUTH, Princeton
ELISE SALMON, Nlaryville
LA VEDA L. SEALES, Lorirnar, Ia.
MARY JANE SCOTT, Maryville
EVA NIAE SHADES, fkfaryville
MILDREIJ SHADES, Maryville
BILLY SHADWVICK, Craig
CLARTH SHARP, Ilrlound City
GEORGIA R. SHELTON, Qizilman
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VIRGINIA SIMPSON. Slzeriflan
PAUL NY. SIMS, ,illcuflale
AMY SLAUIIIITEII, Ridgeway
ANNA SLAIICIITER, Ridgeway
CALYENA SLAYTON, Plattsburg
CHARI,O'1"I'E SMITH, Maryville
AVENDELL SMITH, Oregon
CHRYSTAL SNIDER, Forteseue
LYLA SPENCER, Kellerton, Ia.
CLIFFORD STANDLEY, Gentry
SYLVESTER STEINMETZ, Perry, Kan.
ANNABELLE STICKEROD, Rockport
PAULINE STOCKVVELL, Forrest City
PAUL STROHM, Maryville
ALYCE MARIE STORM, lvtaryville
ILENE SVVANN, Barnard
HENRY SVVIFT, Grant City
ELEANOR TAYLOR, Goto. Sps., Colo.
REBECCA TAYLOR, Burlington Jet.
D. M. TENNANT, Bedding, Ia.
PHYLLIS THQMAS, Parnell
F LORINE THOMPSON, Bolckow
CATHERINE T HORP, Maryville
ELIZABETH TURNER, Barnard
LOU ELLA TURPIN, Skidmore
EMMA LEE VANCE, Smithville
LORENE WANNER, Lock Springs
RUTH WARD, Hamilton
VIRGINIA WATT, Maryville
JAMES E. WELLS, Maryville
JOE VVHITAKER, Bedford, Ia.
BETTY AVHITE, Wlziteszville
JACK VVHITT, Gallatin
A. J. VVHITTERS, Platte City
IQATHRYN WIESER, Bedford, Ia.
FRANCES VVOODBURN, Maryville
ARDEL VVOOIIRUFF. Glenwood, la.
ALICE M . WOODSIOE, Independence
BERNICI4: VVORDEN, Stewartsville
JACKSON VVRIGIIT, Gower
PAIIL WYMAN, Quitman
A'Jll.UliED YATES, Shenandoah, la.
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LTHOUGH at times the work of the 1936 Tower
Staff has been laborious and arduous, group
spirit has dominated. CO-operation has been
willingly given at all times, not only by the Tower
Staff, but by students and instructors as well.
Yearbooks are often classified as memory
books for Seniors, but this book is to be considered
as designed for the entire student body. We have
attempted to abstain from all impressions of
ornateness by using simplicity as our watchword.
We have tried to create enthusiasm and approval
by changing as much as possible from former
Towers, which have tended to closely resemble
each other, year after year. Of course, there are
certain standards and conventions which must be
abided by, but change is essential to progress.
We have hoped, during the entire course of
our planning and actual construction of the book,
that the 1936 Tower would be accepted as a repre-
sentative portrayal of Northwest Missouri State
J AMES STEPHENSON
BATT, BOWEN, HEPBURN, HOLT, MORGAN, ROBINSON, SCHNEIDER
SIFERS, THOINIPSON, VAVEA, WEEDA, WIGGINS, WRIGHT
FREDERICK SCHNEIDER ELEANOR BATT DENSIL COOPER JUSTIN KING
Editor-in-Chief Society Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor
Once each week-at 11 o'clock on Friday mornings-students of the College
gather around room 210, the home of The Northwest fllissourian, for the purpose
of receiving their eight-page copy of the newspaper which carries announcements,
schedules, and the latest in happenings at their college.
Fifteen hundred copies are printed each week, eight hundred of which are
sent to alumni of the College, and to friends and relatives of students.
This is the second year that the editors of The Missourian have been ap-
pointed by the College student senate. A staff of nineteen contributors has
assisted the editors in striving to make the newspaper a credit to the College.
Miss Ruth Millett and Mr. J. Fred Hull have acted as sponsors of the
Missourian for this year, and the staff is most thankful to them for their assistance.
BAUER, CATTERSON, Cnow, GR.A.vEs, HIARRIS, HUEF, IRXYIN, KEIFFER
KRANIER, LINDBERG, BIITCHELL, REIMER, SIFERS, STROHM, YVIGGINS
LEMON, SANDISON, ALEXANDER, JAMES, WALES, MILLER, TAYLOR
ADAMS, FEURT, MEYERS, RAMSEY, STRANGE, WRIGHT
Pi Omega Pi
I OMEGA PI, honorary commercial fraternity, was established June 13, 1923, at
Kirksville, Missouri. Beta chapter has twelve members and two pledges.
The requirements for full membership are: A major in Commerce, the com-
pletion of ten hours in Commerce with an average of "S," five hours of Education,
and an average of "M" in courses outside the department of Commerce and Busi-
ness Administration. Its purpose is to encourage and create interest in business
and professional life.
BEATBICE LEMON .... . . Presidenl
MARIAN VAN VICKLE . Vice-President
DOROTHY SANDISON . . . Secretary
DEAN MILLER . . . Treasurer
JESSE DEAN TAYLOR . . H istorian
MISS MINNIE B. JAMES . . . Sponsor
BEATRICE LEMON JESSE DEAN TAYLOR MRS. ELAINE WEST RABISEY
MARIAN VAN VICKLE MARTHA MAE HOLMES ELIZABETH WRIGHT
DOROTHY SANDISON RUTH STRANGE LEONA HASELWOOD
DEAN MILLER MILDRED MYERS MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS
PLEDGES HONORARY MEMBERS
FRANCES FEURT DR. HENRY M. ALEXANDER
MADOLYN JACKSON MR. HUGH G. WALES
A trip to Kansas City for the purpose of visiting and becoming acquainted
with various large business Organizations, modern business equipment and
methods, was sponsored March 20, by Pi Omega Pi.
VIRGINIA LEE DANFORD
J EAN MONTGOMER 1'
CLA RK R IN EHART
Pug L CU!
LINDBERG, CROW, DILDINE, CAUFFIELD, COOK, HAMMAN, NEFF
GARRETT, FOSTER, CATTERSON, WELLS, HUEF, MEHUS, WALES
Pi Gamma Mu
I GAMMA MU is a national honorary Social science fraternity. It has for
its purpose the encouragement and appreciation of the study of society.
Its members attempt to study all social questions in the light of Scientific truth
and by scientific methods. I
LUCILLE LINDBERG ...... President
WARREN CROW . . Vice-President
DR. H. G. DILDINE . . Secretary-Treasurer
Social Science and International
HE Social Science Club, under the direction of Dr. O. Myking Mehus and
Professor T. H. Cook, has presented, for those students of the College who are
interested in social advancement, programs of unusual and significant importance.
The International Relations Club, sponsored by Dr. Henry A. Foster and
Dr. Harry G. Dildine, is a new organization in the college this year. It has for
its purpose the study of International Relations from the standpoint of estab-
lishing a great World Order.
Fall Quarter VVinter Quarter
LORACE CATTERSON . President . . LUCILLE LINDBERG
WARREN CROW . . . Vice-President . . EUGENE HUEF
HELEN FORD .... Secretary-Treasurer . . HELEN FORD
CARLYLE BRECKENRIDGE . Publicity Chairman . . MARGARET PORTER
C. F. GIKAY
CLARA ELLEN VVOLFE
J. B. CUMMINS
VIRGINIA LEE DANFORD
T IIELMA DUNCAN
LA VENA KABEL
CALLISTA MAE MILLER
EDNA MARY MONK
MARY JANE NENVLON
EBINIA LEE VANCE
Alpha Phi Sigma
ALPHA PHI SIGMA, national honorary scholastic society, which
was organized for the purpose of fostering superior scholarship
in high schools and teachers, colleges, has provided interesting
instructive programs for its members once each month. Thirty-
five college freshmen were given associate membership in recognition
of superior high school scholarship. Permanent membership is
awarded upon high scholastic attainment in college.
Beta chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma was organized on our campus,
April 9, 1930, only a month after the founding of the organization
at the State Teachers' College, Kirksville, Missouri.
C. F. GRAY .... . President
MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS . Vice-President
DENSIL COOPER . . Secretary
CLARA ELLEN WOLFE . . Treasurer
NORVAL SAYLER . . SPOHSOI'
EDNA NIARY MONK
Alpha Epsilon Psi
ALPHA EPSILON PSI is a professional public school music fraternity,
open to men and Women students having superior standing in
the music department. This fraternity was organized in the spring
of 1932 through the efforts of Charles R. Gardner, then head of the
music department of this college. The aims of the organization are
to raise the standards of public school music teaching, to uphold
the standards of the department, and to make music a vital force
on the campus. Each year the organization takes a trip to some
ROBERT LAWRENCE . . . President
MARY MEADOWS . . Vice-President
EDNA MARY MONK . . . Secretary
GRACE REED . . Treasurer
EDWIN TYsoN . . Historian
MARY IZLIZABETH ADAMS
CLARA ELLEN WOOLFE
LUCY MAE BENSON
MARY ANN BOVARD
MARY LOUISE LYLE
MARY FRANCES SUTTON
Alpha Sigma Alpha
LPHA SIGMA ALPHA, national educational Sorority, was founded
at Farmville Virginia in 1901 Its cha ter roll includes tw
A . , , . p enty-
two chapters in only four-year teachers' colleges and Schools of
education in universities.
Phi Phi chapter was installed at the Northwest Missouri State
Teachers College in May, 1928, but was previously Lambda Phi,
a local sorority.
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BARBARA ZELLAR ....... President
MARIAN MALOY . Vice-President
MARGARET TURNEY . . . Secretary
ELIZABETH ADAMS . Treasurer
FRANCES TOLBERT . Registrar
MARY E. MEADOWS . .... Chaplain
CLARA ELLEN WOLFE ...... Editor
LUCILLE GROH . . Pan-Hellenic Representative
LUCY MAE BENSON . . Collegiate Representative
MARY FRANCES SUTTON
CLARA ELLEN WOLFE
LUCY MAE BENSON
MARY LOUISE LYLE
RUTH ELLEN BENNETT
MARY ANN BOVARD
EMMA JEANNE CORINGTON
DIXIE LEE ELLIOT
VIRGINIA ANN PLACE
MISS MARIAM WAGGONER
VIRGINIA LEE DANFORD
MARY JANE NEWLON
Slgma Slgma Slgma
LPHA EPSILON Chapter of S1g1na S1gIna S1g1na was 1HSt3ll6d at
the Northwest MISSOUTI State Teachers College March 18
1927 At the same tune, the alumnae Chapter was also founded
The first Chapter was founded at the State Teachers College, Farm-
vllle, V1rg1n1a, Aprll 20, 1898 Although Slgma Sigma S1gIna 1S an
eduoat1on sOror1ty, the organ1zat1On also fosters sOC1al aot1v1t1es
M1ss Nell Hudson and M1ss Helen Busby are the sponsors of
the sororlty The patronesses are Mrs Forrest Cullarn and Mrs
J C M1ller
VIRGINIA COE ........ Preszdent
MARY PECK . . Vzce-Preszdent
HELEN KRAMER . . Recordzng Secretary
CHARLOTTE CLAPHAM . Correspondzng Secretary
JEAN MONTGOMERY . . . Treasurer
VIRGINIA COE HELEN KRAMER
CHARLOTTE CLAPHAM VIRGINIA LEE DANFORD
MARGARET HUMPHREYS JEAN MONTGOMERY
DOROTHY SANDISON MARY PECK
LOUISE GUTTING MARY JANE NEWLON
BEATBICE LEESON MARY ALLEN
FLORENCE PETERSON EDWABDINA HARRISON
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MARY JANE SCOTT
J OSEPHINE NAsH
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DR. R. C. PERSON
Sigma Mu Delta
HE Gamma Chapter of the nat1Onal sOe1al fraternlty Of S1gma
Mu Delta s1nOe Its Installatlon on the campus of the Northwest
RTISSOUTI State Teachers College, December 13 1930 has been an
aotlve and rapldly growmg organlzatlon The natlonal chapter,
based On DeMOlay and Masonry, was founded at Emporia, Kansas,
HAROLD BIRD . . . . . Preszdent
ROBERT WAMSLE1 Vwe-Preszdent
WILLIAM BILLS . . Secretary
HAROLD PERSON . Treasurer
CLYDE BAILEY ...... Edztor
1 HESTER SMITH
MARION INSLEY JIM WFLI S
MR. W. T. GARRETT NIR. H. R. DIE'1'ERICH
A' HONORARY MEMBERS
DR. R. C. PERSON MR. HUGH G. WALES
MR. A. A. CTAILEXVICZ
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J. B. CUMMINS
F. M. DICK
JOHN KEY PORTER
JESSE DEAN TAYLOR
Sigma Tau Gamma
If IIA :AU CAMMA 1S the Oldest nauonal sOC1al frate1'n1ty w1th
Chapters exCluS1vely on Teachers College Campuses Slgma
lau was founded at Central M1SSOur1 S T C at Warrensburg
MO June 28 1920
Theta Chapter was estabhshed On our Campus In 1927 for the
purpose Of furthermg l1fet1me fellowshlp and fr1endSh1p among
FORD BRADLEY Preszdent
GERALD ROWAN Secretary
MAC COVERDELL Treasurer
FRANKLIN SPRATT House Manager
ESSE DEAN TAYLOR
BR AMMER LEA COX
JOE MAX HUNT
F M DICK
J B CUMMINS
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MAX SEYSTER ...... Vice-President
SYLVESTER STEINMETZ, JR.
A. J. WHITTERS
N ELL KELLOGG
BETTY JANE SMITH
Association for Child hood Education
F WHE Maryvllle branch of the Assoclatlon for Chlldhood Educa-
tion Was Hrst Organ1zed, December 4, 1928, under the NHIIOHHI
COUIICII for Primary Educatlon In 1931, the Natlonal COUHC11
for Pr1mary Educat1on the Internatlonal Klndergarten Unlon and
the AssOc1at1On of Nursery School Teachers merged Into one body
O be known as the ASSOC1Ht1OH for Chlldhood Educatlon and the
Maryv1IIe branch automatlcally became a member of that Asso
The Assoclatlon IS to promote progresswe educat1On ID the
nursery schools kmdergartens and pr1mary grades and to encour
age professlonal development of teachers In th1s Held Chlldhood
Educatlon 1S the OIIic1aI Journal of the Organ1zat1On
The memberSh1p of the local branch IS composed of students
who have Selected kmdergarten prlmary educat1on as the1r mayor
The ASSOCIHTIOH In add1t1on to 1tS profess1OnaI Interest IS actwe
PBE1-L FRANCES SHIVELY ....... President
MARGARET TUBNEX Vzce Preszdent
MABEL FIDDICK Secretary
LUCILLE GROH Tf'eaSw'6f'
EI OISE NETHER1 ON
LAURA PHOEBE ROSFBERRY
BETTY JANE SMITH
ALICE MARIE STURM
MARGARET 'I URNFX
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MISS CHLOE MILLIKAN
MISS MARGARET SUTTON
M. F RANKEN, KEEFE, TIMMONS, BRODERICK, PALUMBO, K. FRANKEN
GALLAGHER, GALLUS, HARMON, HATFIELD, KING, NASH
SHAY, SIDENER, M. STEINMETZ, S. STEINMETZ, STROHM, ZUCHOWSKI
HE Newman Club was organized on our campus in 1922, and is now a member
of the Federation of College Catholic Clubs, an international organization. A
Club House is maintained at 311 West Third which is a home for College girls.
The proceeds from this project will ultimately furnish loans for Worthy students.
SYLVESTER KEEFE . . . President
MARY TIMMONS . Vice-President
SUE BRODEBICK . . Secretary-Treasurer
R. T. SIDENER . . . Lecturer
MARVIN STEINMETZ . . . Reporter
5 MISS MARGARET FRANKEN MIss CATHERINE FRANKEN
BETTY JANE HATFIELD
J OSEPHINE NASH
R. T. SIDENER
FRANCIS PAUL STROHM
ALYCE MARIE STURM
J OE WHITTIKER
WILLIAM VANV ACTOR
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M.ARY KATHRYN MORRONN'
MARY M. PETERSON
CLARA ELLEN WOLFE
The Young Women's Christian
THE Young Womenis Christian Association, as an association
having as its purpose, 6'To Write in a desire to realize a full and
creative life through a growing knowledge of Godg to determine to
have a part in making this possible for all people, to seek to under-
stand Jesus and to follow Him," must necessarily raise the standards
of all who come in contact with it.
The Y. W. C. A. has accomplished much since its organization
in fulfilling its aim. Organized in 1906, a year before the resent
administration building was erected, the Y. W. C. A. is the oldest
organization on the campus.
This year has been an active one for the organization. Activi-
ties have included hut parties, a 'cget-acquaintedw party, and joint
meetings with the Y. M. C. A. A
MONICA LAsH . ..... , President
EVA GATES . . . Vice-Presideni
CHARLOTTE LEET . . . Secretary
BETTY N OBLET ...... Treasurer
ELEANOR BATT ....... Pabliciiy
CLEOLA CARR . . . . Hui
MARTHA MAE HOLMES . . . Music
MRs. ELAINE WEST RAMSEY . Social Service
EVELYN BADGER . . . Devotional
LOUISE GUTTING . - SOCEIZ
BETTY NOBLET .... - Finance
MISS DORA B. SMITH
MISS LUCILLE BRUMBAUGH
Miss OLIVE S. DELUCE
Mlss MARGARET STEPHENSON
The Chorus presented the "Pirates of Penzance" on May 14th and 15th.
MORRIS YADON ...... ' . President
WILLIADI SOMERVILLE . Vice-President
EDNA MARY MONK . . Secretary
ROBERT LAWRENCE Treasurer
MARTHA HOLMES . . . Librarian
MYNATT BREIDENTHALL Librarian
The Varsity Quartette, organized two years ago, has proved quite popular
in Northwest Missouri. The accompanist, Edwin Tyson, does not appear in
ROBERT LAWRENCE MORRIS YADON WILLIAM SOMERVILLE VIRGIL WOODSIDE
The College Orchestra, composed of twenty-three members,
has played at several programs this year. Several ensembles have
been organized from the group.
The College Band has twenty-three members this year. It has
furnished the music for all the athletic events and several Assembly
LYNCH, FRENCH, BAUER, F EURT, ABBITT, FORD, LYNCH, FRERICHS
MEYER, BOSCH, PATRICK, ESTEP, DANFORD, MCINTOSH, TODD, SHIVELY
ALSBAUGH, MILLER, FRACKER, HUTCHINSON, LYLE, WEBB
' eillian Dramatic Club
HE O'Neillian Dramatic Club was organized in 1934, taking its
title from the name of one of Americais leading playwrights,
The purpose of this dramatic Organization is to provide a 'iWork-
ShOp" for those students interested in the theatre of today. The
presentation of one one-act play and demonstrations of make-up and
lighting Were included in the activities of this organization.
LOUISE BAUER . . . . . President
FRANCES FEURT . . Vice-President
VIRGINIA DANFORD . . . Secretary-Treasurer
OLA ALICE ABBITT
VIRGINIA LEE DANFORD
MORGAN, ROWAN, KELLEY, BAUER, BOVARD
LIGGET, HUFF, ESTEP, LYLE
EBATING has been called the greatest of intellectual games. The value of
the game can best be measured by the number of people who are given
experience through participation in the game and by the quality and quantity
of the experience gained. From these standpoints the debate season was suc-
Debating this year, under the direction of Dr. Joseph P. Kelley, head of the
department of speech, gave experience to fourteen men and Women. The college
was represented in four tournaments including the National Pi Kappa Delta
convention at Houston, Texas, the state tournament at Fulton, the Culver-
Stockton tournament at Canton and a practice tournament at Maryville.
The Pi Kappa Delta question used in all tournaments Was: "Resolved:
That Congress should have the power to over-ride by a two-thirds majority vote
decisions of the Supreme Court declaring laws passed by Congress unconstitu-
JUNE MORGAN PIIILLIP NYSTRAND HELEN ESTEP
DR. JOSEPH KELLEY GABA WILLIAIVIS WILLIAM HUTCHINSON
LOUISE BAUER V GERALD ROWAN HELEN FORD
EUGENE HUFF ROBERT LIGGET REBECCA FOLEY
HARRY LYLE lVlARY ANN BOVARD ED RUSSELL
PALUMBO, BILLS, BROWN, SHROUT, GOZA
YOUNGER, ROBINSON, Miss CAMPBELL, TRACEY, JOHNSON, BERNAU
MARVIOK, COFER, WAGN'ER, O. JOHNSON, ZUCHOWSKI, MORROW, BROWN
Hash SIinger's Union
HIS is an Organization Of the men who Work in the College Cafe-
teria. This union was Organized in 1925 and given campus
recognition in 1930.
The purpose of the union is to promote closer fellowship among
Their chief All-School Activity is the Annual Hash Slinger's
Ball. This year marked their 10th anniversary celebration.
ROBERT TRACY . . . . President
WESLEY MARVIOK . Vice-President
HENRY ROBINSON . Secretary-Treasurer
JOHN ZUCHOWSKI . Sergeant-at-Arms
WILLIAM BILLS G. L. JOHNSON
ERMINE BROWN GRVILLE J OHNsON
ROY BROWN RALPH MORROW
BILL BURNEAU WILLIS GOZA
DON COFER RICHARD SHROUT
JAKE FLANERY DARRYL WAGONER
FRACKER, LAWRENCE, CROSSAN, WOODSIDE, ROBERTS, SIMS
YADON, HAUBER, THIESFIELD, SCOTT, ROLAND, HAMMOND, O. JENNINGS
SHANNON, TRAUERNICHT, BESINGER, H. DANIELS, HARTMAN, SAWYERS, MORRISON
Q. BEGGS, ALSBAUGH, E. TYSON, CUMMINGS, LYLE, SIMERLY, WILLIAMSON
Young en's Ch i ti A ' t'
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HE Young Men s Chrlstian Assoclation of the College IS affillated with the
national and State organizations, but does not necessarily adhere to the
-Q policies of these organizations.
y Though undenominational, the Y. M. C. A. is definitely religious. Its
'S I objectives are:
1. To lead students to a deeper faith in God through the study of the
Bible and through prayer.
2. To lead students to active membership in the Christian church.
3. To assist students to devote their lives to Christian service.
The Y. M. C. A. Gospel Team conducts religious services one Sunday of
every month in Northwest Missouri churches. Thirty such services have been
conducted during the past year.
The faculty advisors for the past year Were:
PRESIDENT UEL W. LAMKIN MR. HUGH C. WALES
DR. O. MYKING MEHUS MR. LAVERNE E. IRVINE
DR. HARRY G. DILDINE MR. A. J. CAUFFIELD
DR. JAMES C. MILLER
ALEX SAWYERS ..... .- President
ROBERT LAWRENCE VLCG-Pf'6Sld6fLi
EDWIN TYSON . . Secretary
MYRON SIMERLY . TVCUSUFCI'
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UTZ, KEYES, CARR, JUDAH
Kappa Omicron Phi
HE Kappa Ornicron Phi Sorority of Maryville State Teachers College is the
nucleus of a National Home Economics Sorority founded in 1922 by Miss
Hettie M. Anthony. In fourteen years it has grown to include, besides this
Alpha chapter, fourteen other chapters in ten states.
The purpose of the organization is to develop women with higher ideals,
with a deeper appreciation of the American home, and with higher intellectual
and cultural attainments.
MILDRED MYERS . . President
MARJORIE KEYES . Vice-President
ELIZABETH UTZ . . . Secretary
EDITH WILSON .... Treasurer
MISS HETTIE M. ANTHONY Sponsor
CHARLOTTE LEET MILDRED MYERS M ARY SHOEMAKEP,
MAXINE MIDDLETON MARJORIE KEYES VIRGINIA JUDAH
CLEOLA CARR ELIZABETH UTz
DEROTHA DAVIS MARIAN BURR DOROTHY NELL IVIQORE
EDITH WILSON GABA WILLIAMS M ARY LOUISE LYLE
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IKE the dance festivals previously held
J at this college, the 1936 production, "The
Countess of Tokayi' under the direction of
Mrs. Nell Martindale Kuchs was a tremendous
success. It was a resplendent production of
fascinating gypsy music and dances, display-
ing elaborate costumes and scenery in which
approximately six hundred students partici-
pated. The Misses Nell Blackwell and
Lilian Blanchard, assistants to Mrs. Kuchs,
contributed much to the success of the '36
Mrs. Nell Martindale Kuchs is a graduate
of the University of Kansas, attended Sar-
gent's School and Harvard University. She
has her M. A. degree from Columbia Uni- 1 L.-
versity of New York City, and has done NELL MARTINDALE Kucus
graduate work at the University of Kansas.
Her ability as a director is unparalled. Her
successes were evidenced in '4Janice's Garden," "Wizard of Toylandf' "Magic
F lute," "Bluebird of Happinessf' "Alladin,s Lampf' and "Peter Pan." ,
The story of "The Countess of Tokay" was a Hungarian love story which
took place during the three-day grape harvest at the chateau, Tokay. The
setting was very realistic, consisting of a castle, a gypsy camp and an inn where
peasants and gypsies gathered together and sang harvest songs. The Countess
arrived to take over her ancestral estate, but the will revealed she must be married
to receive her inheritance. Infuriated with her Uncle for planning her marriage
to his son, a young Lieutenant whom she had never seen, she immediately asked
a handsome gypsy violinist to marry her. He readily consented and his people
honored them with a wedding feast. J ust as the Countess began to regret her
rash deed, the Lieutenant appeared to watch the ceremony.
Many things happened before the Lieutenant learned the true identity of
the Countess, but in the end they were married as was planned by the Uncle.
The Gypsy violinist, to whom the Countess was temporarily betrothed, was
appeased by jewels.
Frances F eurt as the Countess, Orval Johnson as the Leiutenant, Ralph
Westfall as the gypsy, and Norma Ruth Logan as the gypsy maid, contributed
much to the success of the production by their outstanding dramatic ability and
dancing. However, the several hundred students who participated were equally
outstanding for their grace and technique in executing their various group dances.
Through the dance festivals Mrs. Nell Marindale Kuchs has earned a splendid
reputation for herself as a director. The cooperation of the Industrial Arts,
Music and Speech Departments, has been of unlimited value in this work.
The dance festivals as held at this college have been valuable advertisements,
and their absence in the future will be an unfortunate loss to the college.
The student body, by whom she was much admired and respected, extends
a regretful farewell to Mrs. Kuchs.
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man of the department of Physical
Education and football coach here since
1927, is one of the best qualified coaches
in the M. I. A. A. conference. Coach
Davis is an undergraduate of Kentucky
University and Phillips University, and
was a member of football, baseball, and
track teams in these schools.
Upon graduation from school, Coach
Davis took up professional baseball for
a living, but when he failed to become a
gg regular with the St. Louis Browns, he
turned to coaching.
Mr. Davis coached football at
Missouri Wesleyan for six years. While
there, he produced five champion teams and one runner-up in football. In 1923
and 1924 he was coach of football, baseball, and basket ball at McKendry College.
The McKendry football, basket ball and baseball teams were undefeated in
1924. From McKendry, Coach Davis Went to Centenary, and in 1925, he
produced a conference Winner in football there.
In 1927, Mr. Davis came to Maryville as the Bearcat tutor. His teams
have captured one M. I. A. A. championship and have completed four seasons
Wilbur Stalcup, youthful Bearcat basket ball and track mentor, has com-
pleted his third year on the coaching staff of his Alma Mater.
In 1928, as a senior in Oregon High School, Mr. Stalcup was a member of
the team that won the Missouri State High School basket ball championship.
During the next four years, Stalcup lettered three times in football, and four
times in basket ball and 'track. He was
a member of the famous Bearcat team
which fought its Way to the finals of the
National A. A. U. Tournament in 1932.
He was chosen on several All-American
basket ball teams that season.
,MR. E. A. DAVIS
During his first years as a coach,
Mr. Stalcup has a very impressive
record. The Jackson High School basket
ball team of which he was the coach was
runnerup in the State High School
In the last three years Stalcup has
kept Maryville basket ball up to the
high standard it was when he played
here, and has coached a M. I. A. A.
tI'aCk Cllampioll team. MP.. WVILBUR STALCUP
CAPT. PALUMBO YATES BULON FRANCIS
FLANDERS ZUCHOWSKI BEBNAU HUNTSMAN
ROUSE HIcKs BOATWRIGHT LIVINGSTON
The Maryville Bearcats reported to Camp a Week before the beginning
of school and began practice. Coach E. A. Davis and Coach Stalcup Worked
the men hard and by the end of the first Week were able to pick a fairly repre-
The Bearcats squad consisted of 55 men mostly freshmen and non-lettermen.
There were but eight lettermen to start the season and very little experienced
Peru Bobcats came to Maryville and left the victor by a 7-0 score, in the
first game of the season for either team. Coach Davis was faced with the
proposition of starting an almost green team in this game. However, the
team gave a good accounting for themselves and outgained the opponents.
MoL1ToR1s CLAYBAUGH MOORE
K irksville Game
Central college, a newcomer on the Bearcat schedule, was the next opponent
of the Green and White. Playing a much better and also a much faster game
than the week before, the Bearcats emerged the victor by crossing the goal line
twice. The final score was 12-0. lt was in this game that the passing combina-
tion, "From Bulon to Zuchowskin got its start.
Conference season opened for the Bearcats November 11 when Springfield
came to play here. With the passing of Bulon and the punting of Yates and
Berneau keeping them on the run, the Bearcats were able to win by means of a
lone touchdown and a goal kick. Final score 7-0. Bulon passed to Zuchowski
for the score.
After their conference start the Bearcats played another non-conference
team. Bockhurst College of Kansas City came here for the fourth straight
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home game for the Bearcats. With one of the best coached and a deceptive
offensive teams that ever played here, Bockhurst beat the Bearcats 13-6. Again
it Was a pass that put the Bearcats into scoring position.
A long trip, the first of the season, the first in college for many of the squad,
and a loss in their second conference game was next in the offing for the Bear-
cats. The trip to Cape Girardeau was long, the day hot, and the Indians had one
of the best teams they ever produced. Final score, Cape Girardeau 20 and
Another long trip, Rolla, and a very heavy rain and a conference victory.
Earnest Sorenson, freshman fullback became eligible for this contest and played
an excellent game. McGregor, the Rolla flash, was Well taken care of and the
final score was Maryville 7, Rolla 0.
'6Kirksville wins agairf'-Yes, they Won, 20-6, but they were forced to
Front row-GOOD, MOLITORIS, BERNAU, MOORE, SORENSON, COURTER, FRANCIS, LIVINGSTON
Second row-HUNTSMAN, CLABAUGH, HOUSE, CAPTAIN PALUMBO, FLANDERS, RULON, ZUCHOWSKI,
Third row-COACH STALCUP, YATES, BREWER, IRVIN, JOHNSON, CARTER, CREECH, WOODRUFF
Fourth F010-KING, Trainerg PORTER, BINDER, RHOADES, Cox, PIEEVES, NICKLE
Fifth row-BRAMAN, FLANARY, FORDYCE, K. ALLEN, TOAY, COACH DAVIS
show all their power. When Rulon passed to Good, who lateralled to Zuchowski
for a touchdown the Bulldogs were but one point in the lead. But, more power,
more reserve material soon wore the Bearcats down until two scores were pushed
Over in the last two minutes by the Conference Champs.
Traveling again this time to Warrensburg and a victory for the Mules.
One of the very unusual games that one sometimes sees. Warrensburg 3, Mary-
ville 2. The Mules kicked a goal, the Bearcats scored a safety, and no one crossed
the goal line for a score. Mud, and rain kept the Bearcats passing attack from
W1th the last game of the season came the long waited for trip to Chicago.
St Vlator s College at Bourbonnas, Illinois, battled the Bearcats to a 6-6 tie.
The Bearcats then traveled to Chicago, stayed over night, saw the Northwestern
vs Iowa game on Saturday and returned to Maryville on Sunday.
As a fitting end to the football season, Captain Luke Palumbolwas chosen
Captain and Center of the All-Star Team.
SUMMARY OF THE SEASONS FOOTBALL
Maryville .... .
Maryville .... . .
0 Peru .....
7 Springfield .....
6 Rockhurst .....
7 Cape Girardeau .....
7 Rolla .........
6 Kirksville. . .
2 Warrensburg. . .
6 St. Viator .....
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TARTING the season before Christ-
mas the Bearcats Won their first
two starts. Their first game was
with the Bowmans of Kansas City
and the second with Bockhurst
College, also of Kansas City.
After the first two games the
Bearcats failed to play the brand of
ball that made them feared by all
There was a time that, lasting
for four games, the Bearcats con-
tinually came out on the short
end of the score. It was during
this losing streak that the Bear-
cats started their conference play.
The losing streak ended when
the Bearcats met and defeated the
strong Warrensburg Mules. It then
seemed as if the Bearcats were to
win the remainder of their games
but small-pox vaccinations stopped
them and they lost two games be-
fore all the sore arms could be
With a few days rest the team
back in shape and anxious to make
up for their loses the Week be-
fore, the Bearcats came back to Win
from the Rolla Miners by the
biggest score of the year, 51-15.
The next three games were
taken in their stride, with three
Then came the National Cham-
pion Santa Fe Trails of Kansas.
This team outlasted the Bearcats
and won by a large score. The
Trails presented one of the best
passing teams ever to play on the
With but two games remaining Orval Johnson, star guard, became sick
and was in the hospital for the remainder of the season.
The two remaining games were won and the season closed with most of the
squad unable to report for practice because of sickness, thus eliminating any
possibility of the Bearcats playing any post-season contests.
Orval Johnson and Roy Brown were picked on the all-state team with Brown
as center and captain and Johnson as guard.
SUMMARY OF THE SEASON
Maryville. .... . . . Bowmans. . . .
Maryville .... . . . . Bockhurst. . . . . . .
Maryville. .... . . . Cape Girardeau. .
Maryville .... . . . . Kirksville. . . . . . .
Maryville .... . . . .
Maryville .... . . . .
Cape Girardeau . .
Murray Ken. Tea. . .
Maryville ..... . . . Warrensburg. . . . .
Maryville. .... . . . Tarkio. . . . . . .
Maryville .... . . . . Springfield. . . . .
Maryville ..... . . . Warrensburg. . .
Maryville ..... . . . Pittsburg. . . . .
Maryville .... . . . . Rolla Miners. . . . .
Maryville. .... . . . Springfield. . . . .
Meiyville ..... . . . Rolla Miners. . . .,
Maryville ..... . . . Bockhurst. , . . .
Mei-yville ..... . . . seiiie Fe Trails. .
Maryville ..... . . . Kirksville. . . . .
Maryville ..... . . . Pittsburg. . . . .
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SOME sixty men reported for track this spring
with the freshmen in prominence and letter-
men at a bargain.
With the help of Miller Brown, a former
Missouri athlete who gained national promi-
nence while in school, as assistant, Coach Stalcup
hurriedly shaped a team to enter the M. I . A. A.
Cape Girardeau, aided by its earlier track
season, produced a team which Won the meet
by a large score. The Bearcats, led by Herschel
Neil, highpoint man of the meet, were second.
The outlook for the outdoor season is good.
With lettermen in the dashes, the hurdles, the
pole vault, the javelin, and the two-mile run,
the Bearcats have an excellent opportunity to
maintain their undefeated dual meet record.
Neil, dashes, broad jump, and relays, Scott, dashes,
Rhodes, hurdles, Wilson, two-mile rung Rulon, javeling
Francis, javeling Moore, pole vault.
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CAMPBELL BARRETT WHITT, THOMPSON, WRIGHT, SHARP, WITAKER, SMITH
At the time the Tower went to print, the entire tennis squad for 1936 had
not been chosen. With two veterans, Campbell and Barrett, back this year,
Smith, Sharp, Whitt, Wright, Hamman, S. Steinmetz, Whitaker, and Thompson
as prospects, and the squad under the direction of Mr. Sayler, Maryville should
have one of the strongest teams in years.
Harl Holt, Gerald Rowan, Paul Person, and John Zuchowskigrepresented
Maryville in golf this year.
At the time the Tower went to print, all of the meets were not scheduled.
The meets scheduled at the time, were with St. Joseph Junior College and the
State Meet at Springfield.
HOLT PERSON ROWAN ZUCHOWSKI
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HE Hunt, Richmond, Thompson combination instilled '!Victory" into the
team and student body alike. Their enthusiasm combined with their yell
leading ability were assets which especially equipped them for their positions.
Although they started the year as three inexperienced yell leaders, they finished
the 1935-36 season as veterans. Constantly, both off and on the field these
men were Working for a bigger and better S. T. C. spirit.
Eat 'Em UP!
Tear 'Em UP!
Give 'Em Hell!
Yea Green! ssssssSSSSS Boom!
Yea White! Yea Bearcats!
Fight! Fight! Fight! V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!
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Go Maryville Go!
Yea Maryville Yea!
Fight 'Em! Fight ,Em!
Th Green and White Peppers
WATT, N. R. LOGAN, BOVARD, DAVIS, CASS, SALMON, STURM, ZELLAR
SMITH, BENSON, LYLE, SUTTON, MISS HAGGERTY CSponsorj, GROH, JOHNSON, VENRICK
FEURT, MARSHALL, MALOY, TOLBERT, KENDALL, D. LOGAN
HUNT, SHAY, NIXON, ROWLAND, SELL, F RACKER, HARTMON, LINDLEY, MORGAN, CLINE, Cox
BAILEY, WILLIAMSON, W. SMITH, PFANDER, T ENNANT, ROBERTS, WALKER, KNEPPER CAMPBELL
C. SMITH, HORNBUCKLE, CORINGTON, PLOWMAN, MCCONNEL, DICK, RICHMOND, COOK STROHM
Green and White Peppers
HE Green and White Peppers, girls' pep Organization, was established fall
quarter, 1927, to add pep and enthusiasm to all school activities. This year,
the faculty sponsor has been Miss Helen Haggerty, director of women's physical
education on this campus.
MARION MALOY .... . President
DORIS LOGAN . . . Captain
NELLE KELLOGG . Secretary-Treasurer
LUCY MAE BENSON
MARY ANN BOVARD
NORMA RUTH LOGAN
MARY LOUISE LYLE
BETTY JANE SMITH
EDRA MAE SMITH
MARY FRANCES SUTTON
ALYCE MARIE STURM
HE Growlers is the Oldest pep Squad on the campus. It is an Organization
with a membership of 36 men. It was founded in the fall of 1929.
VERNE CANDYD CAMPBELL ..... President
DARRYL NIKON . . . . . Vice-President
RICHARD G. SHAY . Secretary-Treasurer
JOHN B. COX
F. M. DICK
RICHARD G. SHAY
CHESTER LEE SMITH
IRA GLENN WILLIAMSON
JOE MAX HUNT
FRANK LEE, JR.
D. M. TENNANT
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the purpose of giving more organized pep to the Bearcats and to the student
body. The organization has grown rapidly and now has a membership of thirty
men and thirty Women.
Miss Nell Blackwell and Mr. Homer T. Phillips are sponsors of the organiza-
tion and through their efficient leadership the pep squad has grown in popu-
CARLYLE BRECKENRIDGE . . . President
JIMMY STEPHENSON . . Vice-President
EUNICE SCOTT . . Secretary-Treasurer
MISS NELL BLACKWELL . . . Sponsor
MR. HOMEB T. PHILLIPS . . Sponsor
EDNA MARY MONK
CORA DEAN TAYLOR
J. W. SHANNON
DOROTHY FERN MURPHY
J. K. PHIPPS
J IMMIE WELLS
VIRGINIA J UDAH
LYLA BELLE SPENSER
C. F. GRAY
LYNCH, TIMMONS, SCHNEIDER, WRIGHT
MCFALL, BENSON, LYNCH, NORLET, WORT, MCPHERRIN
WOLFE, ALDRICH, J UTTEN, MISS WAGGONER CSponsorJ, F. TODD, T. TODD, DACK
Woman's Athletic Association
JESSIE JUTTEN ....... President
ANITA ALDBICH . . Vice-President
ELIZABETH WRIGHT . Secretary-Treasurer
FRANCES TODD . . . Historian
DOROTHY WORT . . . Reporter
MIRIAM WAGGONER . . . Sponsor
ANITA ALDRICH . . . . Hockey
THELMA TODD . Baseball
BETTY NOBLET . . Basket Ball
DOROTHY WORT . Volley Ball
LUCY MAE BENSON . . Swimming
ESTEL DACK ....... Hiking
THE purpose of the Womenis Athletic Association is to promote
a school spirit of loyalty among the girls, and to encourage
participation in healthful recreation.
The Department of Physical Education, through the W. A. A.,
offers the following sports during the year: hockey, basket ball,
volley ball, baseball, swimming, and hiking. Each sport is under
the management of a student director, and at the end of each season
a tournament is held.
By participation in the activities of W. A. A., women may
earn points toward an UM" sweater.
MOLITORIS, SHROUT, BROWN, HICKS, GREEN, LIVINGSTON, JOHNSON
ZUCHOWSKI, WAGNER, YATES, SIPES, RHODES, PALUMBO, TRACY, BOATWRIGHT
WILSON, ROUSE, BERNEAU, MOORE, RULON, SCOTT, GRAY, HUNTSMAN, MEREDITH
HE "M" club is an Organization of the men of the college who have been
awarded letters in one of the three major Sports, namely: Football, basket
ball and track. The club encourages higher Scholastic standing among its mem-
bers. It was organized to promote unity and school spirit, to take part in the
social activities of the college as a group and promote athletic activities on the
campus. The "M" club promoted the "Varsity Drag" during the fall quarter,
and a high school track meet as a part of the Spring Contests.
WALTER RULON .... . . President
WILSON HUNTSMAN . Vice-President
GLEN ROUSE . . Secretary-Treasurer
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FRANCES FEURT DONALD SIPES
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Alpha Epsilon Psi-72-73
Alpha Phi Sigma-70-71
Alpha Sigma Alpha-74, 75
A. C. E-82-83
Board of Regents-18
Green and White Peppers-116-117
H. S. U.-92
International Relations Club-68-69
Kappa Omicron Phi-94
O'Niellian Dramatic Club-90
Pi Gamma Mu-69
Pi Omega Pi-67
Sigma Mu Delta-78-79
Sigma Sigma Sigma-76-7 7
Sigma Tau Gamma-80-81
Social Science Club-68-69
W. A. A.-120
Y. M. C. A.-93
Y. W. C. A.-86-87
Anthony, Dr. F. R.-22
Anthony, Hettie M.-21, 23, 94
Alexander, Dr. Henry M.-23, 67, 80
Blackwell, Nell, 28, 74, 118
Burns, Hazel F-23
Busby, Helen-21, 22, 76
Campbell, Estelle-22, 92
Caufield, A. J.-23, 69
Colbert, G. H.-23
Cook, T. H.-23. 68, 69
Cooper, A. H.-22, 23
Davis, E. A.-24, 101, 105
DeLuce, Olive S-24, 86
Dieterich, H. R.-24, 78
Dildine, Dr. H. G.-24, 68, 69
Dow, Dr. Blanche-28
Dykes, Mattie M.-24
Fisher, Mary M-24
Ferguson, Boy-22, 80
Foster, Dr. Henry A.-24, 68, 69
Franken, Katherine-24, 84
Franken, Margaret-25, 84
Gailewicz, Alphonse-25, 72, 78
Garrett, Hubert-25, 68, 69
Garrett, W. T.-25, 78
Haggerty, Helen-25, 116
Hake, J. W.-21, 25
Horsfall, Frank, Jr.-26
Irvine, LaVerne E.-26, 72
James, Minnie B.-26-27
Kelly, Dr. Joseph P.-26, 91
Kieth, Mary E.-26
L'air, Ramona Lucille-26
Lamkin, Uel W.-19
Lowry, Dr. Ruth-26
Mehus, Dr. O. Myking-21, 26, 6
Miller, Dr. J. C.-20
Millett, Ruth-22 .
Millikan, Chloe E.-21, 27, 82
Painter, Dr. Anna M.-21, 27
Phillips, Homer T.-21, 27, 118
Rickenbrode, W. A.-18, 22
Saylor, J. Norval--27, 70, 80
Schuster, Herman-27, 72
Smith, Dora B.-27, 86
Somerville, Leslie G.-27
Stalcup, Wilbur-27, 80, 101, 105
Stephenson, Margaret B.-21, 22, 30, 86
Sutton, Margaret-28, 74
Valk, D. N.-28
Waggoner, Marian-28, 74, 120
Wales, Hugh G.-21, 22, 28, 30, 67, 69 78
Wells, C. E.-8, 21, 22, 69
Wilson, M. W.-28
Wright, R. T.-28
Abbitt, Ola-48, 90
Adams, Mary E.-44, 67, 70, 74
Aldrich, Anita-36, 74, 118, 120
Allen, Mary-44, 76
Anderson, Clnristinc-54, 86
Antrin, Garland-54, 86
Badger, Evelyn-7444, 86
Baldwin, Lorena-48, 70
Barker, Helen Buth-48
Batt, Eleanor-48, 65, 66, 68, 86
Bauer, Louise-31, 44, 66, 90, 91
Bennett, Ruth E.-54
Benson, Lucy Mae-32, 48, 74, 116, 120
Birdsell, Arlene-54, 86
Borring, Bonnie M.-54
Bosch, Betty-90, 118
Botkin, Elizabeth-54, 70, 86
Bovard, Mary Ann-48, 54, 74, 91,
Bowen, Eula-48, 65, 70, 118
Boyd, Ilene-54, 70, 86
Broderick, Sue-54, 84
Brown, Jessie F ern-54
Burnham, Aleta-54, 72, 86
Busch, Mary V-54
Carlton, Catherine-48, 118
Carpenter, Marjorie-44, 72
Carr, Cleola Fay-36, 86, 94
Cass, Velma-34, 36, 82, 116
Clapham, Charlotte-44, 76
Clayton, Frances-55, 86
Coe, Virginia-32, 36, 76
Corrington, J eanne-55
Cottrell, Edra-55, 86
Crater, Elinor-48, 70, 74, 86
Dalbey, Dorothy-55, 86
Danford, Virginia-36, 68, 70, 76, 90
Daniel, Maxine-55, 76
Davis, Dorotha-40, 116
Day, Rachael-48, 86
DePew, Dorotha-44, 72, 118
Duncan, Thelma-48, 70
Eisenbarger, Mary-55 A
Estep, Helen-55, 90, 91
Farmer, Marjory-55. 86
Feurt, Frances--48, 67, 70, 90, 116, 136
Fiddick, Mabel-36, 82
Ford, Helen-55, 90
French, Mildred-90, 118
Frerichs, Beulah-48, 90
Fulk, F rances-56
Gallis, Pauline-48, 84
Gaskill, Hope-56, 70
Gates, Eva-48, 70, 86
Gaugh, Helen-44, 74
Gordon, F rances-44, 68
Graham, Ella Mae-56
Groh, Lucille-32, 36, 68, 74, 82
Gstrein, Dorothy-49, 74, 116
Gstrein, Mary-56, 135
Gutting, Louise-44, 76, 86, 118
Hamilton, Mary Ann-44
Harmon, Beulah-56, 84
Harris, Ethelyn-56, 66
Harrison, Edwardina-49, 76
Hatfield, Betty J ane-56, 84
Harriman, Amber-36, 118
Hiles, Doris-36, 70
Humphreys, Margaret--36, 76, 82
Johnson, Maxine-56, 116
J orgenson, Nydra-56
Judah, Virginia-45, 56, 94, 118
Jutten, Jessie-36, 68, 74, 120
Kabel, La Vena-49, 70, 118
Kellogg, Nell--45, 74, 82
Kendall, Doris-49, 82, 116
Kendrick, Margie-57 .
Keyes, Marjorie-45, 86, 94
Kirk, Marian-49, 72, 74
Kirkham, Mary-49, 86
Kramer, Helen-38, 66, 76
Kunkel, Alberta J 0-57
Lash, Monica-38, 86
Leak, Rosemary-57, 86
Leeson, Beatrice-49, 76, 118
Leet, Charlotte-38, 94, 119, 133
Leet, Helen-49, 118, 131
Lemon, Beatrice-38, 67, 70
Lepley, Maurine-57, 68
Lindberg, Lucile-38, 66, 68, 69, 70, 86
Lippman, Clara-31, 49, 118
Lippman, Louise-45, 86
Logan, Doris-38, 116, 129
Logan, Norma-45, 116
Lyle, Estellene-45, 82, 86
Lyle, Mary Louise-49, 74, 116
Lynch, Bernice-49, 90, 120
Lynch, Avis-49, 90, 120
Maloy, Marian-45, 70, 72, 74, 116
Marshall, Elizabeth-57, 74, 116
Martin, Wanda-57 1
Mason, Lucille-49, 118
Meadows, Mary-45, 70, 72, 74
Messner, Dolores-57, 74, 82
Meyer, Helen-49, 90
Middleton, Maxine-38, 68, 94
Miller, Callista Mae-38, 70
Monk, Edna Mary--38, 70, 72, 118
Montgomery, Jean-31, 38, 68, 76, 136
Morrow, Mary K.-49, 86
Murphy, Dorothy F.-45, 118
Murray, Marjory-49, 86
Myers, Mildred-38, 67, 94
Myers, Wilma-57, 86
McCampbell, Mercedes-38, 82
McFall, Bonnie Betsey-58, 120
McFall, Medford-46, 82
McIntosh, Florence-58, 76, 86, 90
McPherin, Doris-45, 120
McPherin, Dorothy-45, 86
Nash, .1 osephine-49, 84
Neff, Lois-38, 68, 69
Netherton, Eloise-58, 70
Noblet, Betty-50, 72, 86, 120
Newlon, Betty J.-50, 70, 76
Overlay, Anna K.-50
Patrick, Thelma-58, 74, 90
Peck, Mary-32, 34, 50, 76
Pence, J une-58
Peterson, Elna-38, 7 2, 82
Peterson, Florence-50, 76
Peterson, Mary M-58, 86
Place, Virginia Ann-58
Porter, Margaret-46, 68, 86
Powell, Mary L.-50
Ramsey, Elaine-38, 67, 86
Reimer, Loretta-58, 66
Roberts, Gertrude-58, 86
Ross, Vivian-48, 70
Ruth, Mildred Jean-58
Salmon, Elise-58, 74, 116
Sandison, Dorothy-32, 40, 67, 76
Schneider, Marjorie-50, 120
Scott, Eunice-36, 118
Scott, Mary Jane-58
Shades, Eva Mae-58
Shipman, Helen-34, 50
Shively, Frances-40, 82, 90
Shoemaker, Mary-46, 94
Sifers, Aileen-50, 65, 118
Sifers, Virginia-59, 66, 118
Smith, Betty Jane-50, 82, 116
Smith, Charlotte-59, 86, 118
Sorrie, Mildred-40, 82
Spencer, Lyla Belle-59, 118
Steen, Lois-50, 86
Stickerod, Annabelle-59, 94
Stuart, Frances-46, 67
Sturm, Alyce Marie-59, 116
Sutton, Mary Frances-50, 74, 116
Taylor, Cora Dean-118
Taylor, Eleanor-31, 59, 136
Taylor, Rebecca-59, 70
Thompson, Frances-50, 82, 86
Timmons, Mary-50, 120
Todd, Frances-50, 118
Todd, Thelma-50, 118, 120
Todd, Virginia-40, 82, 90, 120
Tolbert, Frances-31, 34, 40, 74, 8
Turner, Elizabeth-59, 82
Turney, Margaret-40, 74, 82
Tyson, Nlary Alice-50
Un, E1izabethh46, 74, 94
Vance, Emma Lee-59, 70
Vavra, Ludmilla-46, 65, 74, 136
Venable, Martha-51, 72
Venrick, Rosalyn-51, 82, 116
Ward, Ruth-59, 86
Watt, Virginia-59, 74, 118
Webb, Genevieve-51, 90
Wolfe, Clara Ellen-51, 70, 74, 86, 120
Woodburn, Frances-59, 70
Woodruff, Ada Mae-40
Wort, Dorothy-46, 72, 120
Wright, Elizabeth-46, 65, 67, 118, 120
Yates, Mildred-39, 86, 70
Zeller, Barbara-32, 40, 74, 82, 116
Allen, Kenneth--48, 105
Alsbaugh, Jack-36, 90, 93
Bailey, Clyde-48, 78, 116
Barker, F rank-54
Barrett, Elbert-36, 114
Barton, Lorenzo-48, 68
Beavers, Jennings B.-54
Beggs, Quinten-48, 93, 118
Berger, Ralph-54, 78, 118
Berneau, Bill-92, 102, 105, 121
Beesinger, James-48, 93
Bills, William-31, 44, 78, 92
Bird, Harold-Jay-32, 36, 78, 102
Boatwright, Gerald-36, 102, 105,
Bradley, Ford-32, 36, 68, 80
Breckenridge, Carlyle-31, 44, 68,
Breidenthal, Mynatt-54, 72, 78
Brewer, Lester-54, 104, 105, 118
Brown, Ermin Lee-92, 118
Brown, Boy Carl-44, 92, 108, 121
Campbell, Vern-40, 78, 114, 116
Carlson, Leslie-48, 78
Carter, Sidney-54, 104, 105
Caterson, L. E.-31, 44, 66, 68, 69
Clabaugh, Jack-103, 105
Cline, Donald-40, 116
Cofer, Don Joan-48, 80, 92
Cook, Maurice-55, 116
Cooper, Denzil-36, 66, 70
Corrington, Chalmer-55, 116
Coverdell, Mac-44, 80
Cox, John-48, 78, 116
Creighton, Rex-48, 80
Crossan, Gilbert-44, 68, 93
Crow, Frank W.-31, 36, 66, 68, 69
Cummins, J. B.-44, 70, 80
Cummings-Walter-55, 78, 93
Davis, Wm. Henry-48
Dick, F. M.-55, 80, 116
Dowden, Lloyd-44, 78
Driftmeyer, Dale-44, 80
Dunlap, John-55, 68
Farrar, Harlan-48, 118
Feurt, Cort-55, 118
Flannery, J ake-105
Flanders, Lloyd-102, 105
Fracker, George-55, 78, 90. 93, 116
Francis, Don-36, 80, 102, 105, 113
Gallagher, John-56, 84, 109
Gardner, Pierce-44, 68
Gates, Dwight-56, 109
Gex, Virgil-49, 70
Geyer, Edward-48, 68
Goza, Willis-56, 92, 109
Graves, Alphonse-44, 66, 68
Gray, C. F.-31, 36, 70, 118
Green, Vernon-44, 109, 112, 121, 136
Haddorn, Hubert-49, 118
Hamman, Bernard-32, 36, 69, 78
Hammond, Raymond-40, 93
Hartley, Joseph-36, 68
Hartman, George-93, 116
Hauber, Paul-44, 93
Hepburn, Donald-49, 65
Hicks, Wallace-102, 105, 121
Hill, Eugene-56, 136
Holbrook, J ames-56
Holt, Harl-49, 65, 68, 78, 114, 118
Huff, Eugene-36, 66, 68, 69, 91
Hunt, Joe-56, 80, 115, 116
Huntsman, Wilson-36, 80, 102, 105,
Hutchinson, Wm-56, 90
Irvine, Harry-49, 105
Irwin, Everett-45, 66, 70
J ennings-Otha-38, 93
Johnson, G. L.-92, 105
Johnson, Orville-92, 108, 121
Keefe, Sylvester-38, 84
Keifer, Max E. R.-57, 66
Kelso, Allan-57, 80, 118
Kennaugh, Robert-49, 72
King, Justin-38, 66, 84, 105
Knepper, Ralph-57, 78, 116
Lawrence, Robert-38, 72, 88, 93
Ligget, Robert-57, 78, 91
Lindley, Don-40, 78, 118
Lindley, Herbert-38, 116
Livingston, Orville-102, 105, 121
Louden, Jack-45, 80
Liddle, John-38, 78
Lyle, Harry-38, 68, 90, 91, 93
Maloy, Flavel Bill-57, 70, 80, 118
Manifold, Kenneth-45, 65
Maxted, Durwood-57, 118
McConnell, Charles-57, 116
Meyers, Albert-57, 78, 118
Miller, Dean-31, 38, 67
Miller, Robert-57, 90
Mitchell, Gerald-57, 66, 70, 118
Molitoris, Edward-103, 105, 121
Moore, Wilbur-57, 103, 105, 121
Morgan, June-49, 65, 80, 91, 116
Morrison, Gaylord-38, 93
Morrow, Ralph-49, 92
Neil, Herschel-45, 112
Newby, Paul-45, 80
Newby, Ralph-50, 80
Nixon, George-45, 78, 116
Palumbo, Luke-36, 92, 102, 103, 105, 109,
118, 121, 136
Penwell, Harold-50, 80
Person, Harold-38, 78
Person, Paul-58, 78, 114, 118 A
Pfander, Charles-45, 80, 116
Phipps, J. K.-50, 118
Plowman, Charles-50, 116
Porter, John Kay-50, 80
Porterfield, Paul-50, 80
Rhoads, Lyle-105, 113, 121
Richmond, Dale-46, 80, 115, 116
Rinehart, Clark-38, 68
Roberts, Raymond-40, 93, 116
Robinson, Henry-46, 65, 72, 92
Rouse, Glen-46, 80, 102, 105, 121
Rowan, Gerald-46, 80, 91, 114
Rowland, Lee-58, 93, 116
Rulon, Walter-44, 80, 102, 105, 113, 121
Schneider, Frederick-50, 65, 66
Scott, Paul-93, 112, 121
Seyster, Max-31, 32, 40, 80
Shannon, John-40, 93, 118
Shay, Richard-50, 84, 116
Sharp, Garth-58, 80, 114
Shrout, Richard-58, 92, 109, 121
Sidener, R. T.-50, 84
Simerly, Myron-59, 93
Sims, Paul-59, 93
Sipes, Donald-48, 108, 112, 121, 137
Smith, Wendell-59, 116
Smith, Chester-46, 78, 114, 116
Smith, T. J ames-46
Somerville, Wm.-46, 72, 88
Spratt, Franklin-46, 80
Steinmetz, Marvin-48, 70, 84
Steinmetz, Sylvester-59, 84
Stenger, Philip-50, 80
Stephenson, James-46, 65, 80, 118
Strohm, Paul-59, 66, 84, 116
Taylor, Jesse Dean-40, 67, 80
Tennant, D. M.-59, 116
Thiesfeld, Harry-40, 93. 118
Thompson, Eldon-50, 65, 80, 114, 115, 118
Thornhill, Leland-40, 118
Tracy, Robert-40, 92, 113, 121
Trauernicht, Vernon-46, 93
Tyson, T urner-51
Tyson, Edwin-50, 70, 72, 93
XVade, Walter-46, 118
VVagoner, Darryl-51, 92, 108, 121
Walker, Garold-51, 78, 116
Wamsley, Robert-32, 40, 78
W'eeda, Miller-31, 51, 65
VVells, Jim-59, 78, 118
Whitaker, Joe-59, 114
Whitt, Jack--59, 114
Whitters, A. J.-59
Wiggins, Gory-51, 65, 66
Williams, Ira-51, 93, 116
Wilson, Chandis-46, 113, 121
Winger, B. A.-51, 118
Woodruff, Ardel-59, 105
Woodside, Virgil-31, 51, 88, 93
Wright, Jack-59, 80
Wright, John-51, 108, 114
Yates, Arthur-102, 105, 121
Yadon, Morris-40, 72, 88, 93
Zuchowski, John-51, 84, 92, 102, 105, 109
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