Northwest Missouri State University - Tower Yearbook (Maryville, MO)

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DYKES. 0 lk my Traditions eudezu' students to their Alma Mater, and the young school must strive to build them. Ours is a school in its youth, and it is our duty to foster customs peculiar to our college. The Stroller wzmclers through our book-a motif-to keep alive El tradition that has been a part of our college life since January 8, IQI8, when The Gl'6t7l'L and Uflzitc Cmzricr, the College paper of that time. Carried the zmuouucemeut, "The Stroller Has Come." o 'K Adm VQWRQQNJV O CAM TIE 'F' CONTENTS 'E' ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS CAMPUS LIFE -Qi- Lancelot and Elaine l never hear a melody That ripples out in rhyme. But it has my heart a-dancing To its own tune's time. And l never see a silver moon Above a crystal star, But it sets my soul zfsighing For the lovely things that are. And since they know I unclerstancl, Wfithin my garden plot Tivo lovers sometimes walk at clusk, Elaine and Lancelot. 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' x wl- I - 15.4 1 liM,,,.,3:', 1f L,-:QI 4' 'V-'-4 ' "' X . X Q s y I .4 ,gm K, ,. JUL -MP1 'Wu m i it Mn ul ' , , x 1-w w: M I 111 gs s .X .ixlgvq .nm ' "A m .un K -1, nike. X X X.. X 5'-' . . gc- 'XSS My X- .. 5723 ,,,- M Q uma .f.'mY ,S nd .LW W 4 r My n D I 'MJ M Q P 'SN NX w L pu. . :v , . X . U-115.3 ' , v .. Q xgz. H . H -' U ins., f 'Qlfilii " ' 1 L 'M' " 1 'NW Et: wf- 4 I ' ,1 DY .A , AJ1l- ll-VY ,ln ,T '!W w : 'l5 M tl ET '?,gE" wn: N ', ll!! W , X misc Q T1 x 'Sl L 'xii-., , M, ADMINISTRATION X PRESIDENT UEIJ VV. LAMKIN, LL. D. BOARD OF REGENTS DR. JESSE. MILLER CHARLES A. LEE President Slate S'lL126?'illl67LllG'Il1f of Sclmnls Maryville, Missouri CEa'-officio! Jefferson City, Missouri DR. L. D. GREEN B. VOORHEES MISS LAURA SCI-IMIT Richmond, Missouri l'1r'e-1'1'c'si.dc'11t Kirksville, Missouri St. Joseph, Missouri TRUE D. PARR GEORGE J. STEVENSON Hamilton, Missouri Tarkio, Missouri Page Tw en ty Z FACULTY 5 ? W -I5 T75 0.1 -' e 5 5 si 'E WE f ai , Q z J. W. HAKE Olmirmuvn of Ilw .Fflifjltlfjj Council ELNQRA VVIN1i'REY 171413105 Acting Dcrm of llfmnmz. B- S-,-CeHU'211YV9F1eYa11 College, B- A-, B. S., University of Missourig M. A., University of Illinois: M. A., Northwest- University gf Cgloradg, ern University, Ph. D., Kansas. I N l .Y "v, - . ' 1 f . 1 NELL HUDSON WQA. RICKENBRODE R6'U'fSf?'W Business Mamzgcr B. S., Northwest Missouri S. T. C.: Stu M. Accounts, Avalon Collegeg Gradu- dent, Chicago School of Physical Educa ate, Cedar Rapids Business College. tion. Page Twenty-two E I I I I I OLIVE. S. DELUCE U' G. WHIFFEN FHM ANS I?Iflll8tl"iCll Arts B. S., M. A., Columbia University: ' , , l B. S., Kansas State Teachers' College, Bache1or's Diploma in Superv1s1on and G.1-aduate Work, Ames. Elementary Education, Teachers' College, New Yorkg Graduate Student, Sorbonne University, Paris. A CARRIE HOPKINS MARY M. FISHER Fine Arts and Englfish, 1Wfd'llSf1"5fll ANS Pd. B., S. T. C., Greeley, Colorado: Stu- B- S-. U11iV6l'SitY of MiSS0l1I'iS M- A-, dent, Drake University and University of Columbia University. Chicago, Page Twenty-three I , i E. W. MOUNCE F. W. SALVESEN C07H'7IlC7'C'6 C'ommerce B. S., B. A., M.A., L. L. B., Missouri L.L. B.. B.S., Kansas University: Grad- Universityg Graduate Student, Kansas 11816 Student, UDiVG1'SiiY Of Chicago: University. Scholarship, Institute of American Meat Packers, Chicago. v MINNIE B. JAMES STEPHEN G. LAMAR Omzrmcrce J ourrial-is1n and Director of Publications B. S., Northwest Missouri State Teach- B. S., Northwest Missouri State Teach- ers'Co1legeg M. A., Colorado State Teach- ers' Collegeg M. A., University of Mis- ers' College, Greeley. souri. Page Twenty-four I HOMERQT. PHILLIPS A, H. COOPER Efl1lf'f'ff"M l'iluli:'1vl .'lgrir-ullurc uml lJircclor B. S., Central Missouri S. T. C., M. A., nf IQ.:-lensifm C01l1H1bia UHiVGI'Si'LY- B. S., Northwest Missouri S. T. C.: QOH leave Of 215591109-3 Student, Chicago, M. Ed., Harvard Uni- versity. 'iff 0 . "' ' ' ' f' 4 1. 'A+ -:Q -I 1-ffiifgf, J gm GRACE M. SHEPHERD Efl"4U'lfi0n HERBERT DIETERICH Graduate Kansas State Normalg A. B., Eflucalifm Hastings College, M. A., Columbia Uni- Principal of Training High Schoolg versityg Graduate Student, Chicago and A. B., Missouri Wesleyan, M. A., Mis- Columbia University. souri University. Page Twenty-five I A L 1 KATHERINE FRANKEN MARGARET FRANKEN Emlucrztiofn Educattimi. B. s., and Life Certificate, University B- S., and Graduate Work. University of Missourig M. A., Columbia University: Of Missouri and Columbia University. Graduate Work, University of Chicago. Y DORA B. SMITH ELIZABETH L. WHITE Ecluoat-ion Rural Eflucrl-firm, B. S., Central Missouri S. T. C.: Pd. B., B. S., Central Missouri S. T. C.: M. A., University of Chicagog M. A., Columbia University of Missouri. University. Page Twenty-six ii. 'O 'I CHLOE E. IWILLIKAN MARY KEITH Ed'lLC'fl'ti0N Eflwilfivll B. S., Central Missouri S. T. C.: M. A., B. S.: University Of Missouri: M- A-, Columbia University, Graduate Work, C01Umb12l U111Ve1'S1tY- University of Vienna. i t 1 ANNA M. PAINTER Engl-ish B. A., Earlham Collegeg M. A., Coluin- MATTIE M. DYKES bia. University, Graduate Student, Uni- EH.fIliS7b versity of California, University Paris, B. S., Northwest Missouri S. T. C.g Yale University. M. A., University of Chicago, Graduate QOn Leave of Absence! Student, University of London. Page Twenty-seven ESTELLA BOWMAN ULISTA HAVVKINS English E'lIfflZ'iSlI- B. A., Washburn College, Graduate Stu- B. A., U11iVel'SifY of K2-IISRSQ M- A-, dent, University of Wisconsin and Colum- Peabody Collegeg Graduate School, Uni- biag M. A., University of Kansas. versity of Minnesota and University of Wisconsin. MARGARET OSBORN RUTH LOWREY English English B. A., Nebraska University: M. A., Iowa B. A., Colorado S. T. C.: M. A., Uni- Universityg Graduate Work, Iowa Univer- versity of Chicagog Graduate Student, sity, Yale University. Page Twenty-eight ORVILLE C. MILLER S peach Graduate Curry School of Expression, Bostong Student University of Chicagog B. A., Indiana University, M. A., Michi- gan Universityg Graduate Work, Univers sity of Wisconsin. ' BLANCHE HINMAN DOW French B. A., Smith College, M. A., Columbia University, G. C. Diploma, School of Ex- pression, Boston, Graduate Student, Sor- bonne University, Paris. DOROTHY SCHULZE Latin B. A., University of Louisiana, M. A., Columbia University. RAMONA LUCILE LAIR Foreign Lflvl-g'ILlI-1108 B. S., Southwest Missouri S. T. C., Licenciado, University of Madridg Grad- uate Work, University of Washington, Columbia, and the Sorbonne. Page Twenty-nine I CHARLES R. GARDNER Dhvzctm' of lllusic B. Mus., Cincinnati Conservatoryg Grad- 1 V A Z, . ' 1 . . W -, rv W . W 1 -f ' lg ve W: , a gal ' H. O. I-IICKERNELL Wi ml I nstrmnents Studied with Giedo Baumbach, W. Paris uate, American Institute, Chicago: Pupil Cha,n1bers,'Cha.r1es Thetford, New York, of Douglas Powell, New York, and of L. Dana Musical Institute, Warren, Ohio. Drew Mosher, Cincinnati, B. A., North- west Missouri S. T. C., Graduate Work, University of Cincinnati. HELEN DVORAK S f7"i7'l god, I1Lst1'u.mc'n ls B. Mus., American Conservatory of Music, Pupil of Herbert Butler and Leon Sametimi CChicagol, and Ottoker Sevicik in Czecho-Slovakia. Page Thirty H. N. SCHUSTER Voice Student, Northwestern University: Pupil of Thomas Noble MacBurney, Francesco Daddi, Florence and Rudolph Magnus. WILLIAM E. HOLDRIDGE MARJORIE BARTON lllusic P'iU77f0 Mus. Bac. Degree, Oberlin Conservatory B- A-, M. A-, BUS11 COHS6l'V2lt0fY, Chi- of Musicg Student of Leon Sampaix, CHSO- Ithaca Conservatory. E. A. DAVIS HENRY P. IBA Plnysicravl Education Physical Education A. B., Transylvania, B. S., Northwest Missouri State Teach- ers' College. Page Thirty-one W, . ' E-I V L Y 2 i i ' . s vs. .2 Q sn i L, i NELL MARTINDALE ELIZABETH JACK Physical Education, 1'71,gUsimZ Education B. A., Kansas University, M. A., Co- B. A., Pomona, M. A., Columbia Uni lumbia. University, Graduate Student, versity. Harvard University and Sargent Normal School of Physical Education. , GEORGE R. SEIKEL Plzysivul Educaiiun M. D., University of the South, Suwanee. Page Thirty-two M. W. WILSON R. A. KINNAIRD Clwmixlry Agrizvvullurc' B. A., Olivet College, M. S., University B. S., M. A., Missouri University. of Chicago. G. CARL SCHOWENGERDT Agrivullurc B. S., M. A., University of Missouri. 'WILLIAM TRAGD Biology GARRETT B. A., Westminster, M. S., University of Chicago. Page Thirty-three A. J. CAUFFIELD ,. I HELEN GWIN B A Ohio Nogigilrfgjlglniversity, B S Ho-use Directm' of Residence Hull Chicago University: M. A., Wisconsin Ai Penn College M' A" Chlcago University. Umverslty' HETTIE M. ANTHONY Home Ee-fm.om,ics . RZSEEBIRQEEEQN B. A., University of Missourig M. A., B S M A Idwalstate Columbia Universityg Bachelors Diploma ' ' ini Home Economics, Teachers' College, New Yorkg Graduate Work toward Ph. D.. Columbia Universitv. Page Thirty-four GEORGE H. COLBERT KATHERINE HELWIG 1lla.tl1.cn1utir'x .1ffIflN?Il1flff0S B. S., B. A., M. A., National Normal A. A., University of Chicago: Student University, Ohiog Graduate Work. Uni- University of Missourig B. S., Maryville, versity of Chicago and Washington. Graduate Work, University of'Chicago. HENRY A. FOSTER T. H. COOK History Ilistory B. A., Yale, M. A., University of Chi- B. S., Stanberry Normal Schoolp Gradu- cagog Ph. D., Leland Stanford University. ate Student, University of Colorado. Page Thirty-five H. G. DILDINE History A. B., A. M., Ph. D., Northwestern. FRANCES HOLLIDAY Training Swlzool B. S., Maryvilleg M. A., University Missouri. Page Thirty-six O. M. MEHUS Social Scfivczmc A. B., Augsburg: M. A., North Dakota, Graduate Student, Minnesota. VESTA WRIGHT Trcmzfi-ng School B. S., Northwest Missouri State Teach ers' College. 1 ELLA LEE DECKER ALICE DODDS 'I'ruining School Training School Student, Northwest Missouri State B. S., Northwest Missouri State Teach- Teachers' College. ers' College. 1 C. E. WELLS LUCILLE BRUMBAUGH LNJ7'llI"iflIl-, History Assistant Librarifm B. A., M. A., Park College. B. S., Northwest Missouri State Teach- ers' Collegeg University of Illinois, Li- brary School. Page Thirty- seven I . THE STROLLER Just read in the papers the other day about Will Rogers cracking a rather telling joke on the president of the United States. When the Stroller saw by the papers a few days later that Mr. Rogers was still alive and hearty, he decided to venture an anec- dote or two at the expense of the faculty. One day when Miss Dykes got her words swapped around a little too much, she startled her English class by asking, "Haven't you been so drunk you were silly?" She hastily corrected herself by saying, "Oh, I mean, 'so tired! " Of course, in the case of English teachers, it is being "so tired" that causes them to make sil-er-ery that is, slight errors like this one. Said Dr. Hake to his physics class: "For tomorrow, you may start at lightning and go to thunder." It's a wonder students don't complain about teachers assigning such shocking lessons. It is probably the Stroller's fault that he can't understand what Mr. Caiiffield thinks a. fault is. The Stroller dropped into geography class the other day to try the blind- fold test on a few kinds of rocks. There was Mrs. Doughty explaining something about a rock fault. When she finished, Mr. Cauffield said, "No, Mrs. Doughty, your explana- tion is at fault, or it would have shown the fault more clearly." Mrs. Doughty an- swered, "I don't know where my fault is, because here is the fault right here." The Stroller, feeling dizzy, wondered if it were his own hearing that was faulty. Mr. Cook got this little jest for an answer when he asked his American History class to give the gist of the Missouri Compromise: "The Missouri Compromise was gist because it was fair to both North and South." Which is probably an explanation for another student's informing Mr. Mounce that the trouble with the United States today is that there is too much heredity. The Stroller is certain that he would be misrepresenting the faculty if he did not tell at least one absent-minded-professor story. Miss James went to the typewriting room on the "off day" not long ago and had the students who were in there type for a whole hour to Victrola music. At the end of the period she discovered that, of all the people in the room, only one was a member of her class! Something of a musical comedy, the Stroller would say. President Lamkin is a sport enthusiast. He has evidently carried the physical fitness idea over into his office supplies, for the Stroller heard him ask Ricken- brode for some athletic stationery recently. That struck the Stroller as a new idea in fast-mail service. Speaking of service suggests luncheon to the Stroller, and luncheon makes him think of Miss White, who is very careful to say "luncheon" now, instead of "lunch," when she goes to St. Louis. The Stroller understands that Miss White is going to give a penny to the sixtieth person who asks her why. If the Stroller can keep tab on the ones who ask her, he is going to dash up just in- time to get the penny, for he will need a penny to ask the faculty for their thoughts when they read this page. Page Thirty-eight CLAS SES OFFICERS OF CLASS OF 1930 Nettie Price Clarence Worley Floyd B. Houghton Allen Doak 1'r0sidcul Vil'l,'-Pl'l'Sflllfllf Sr'wrr'Iury Tr1'r1s1n'r'r OFFICERS OF CLASS OF 1931 WSW .MM ,, , , 5225-' 1- Carl L. Fisher Catherine Lee Wray Minnie Rae Evans Helen Slagle 111-ggirlmll I 'if-1:-I 'rox i 11011 L Sl'!'l'l'flI ry 7'l'f'flS'lII'C'7' Page Forty-one OFFICERS OF CLASS OF 1952 x MSW, 5 K Q-v.g.,eMW gf .yogi ,M .T QSM , jk. ,,...M ,, , Q V ,, , , 5 N, . W .ww . , wage A wfeef . vm , MXN - -' H. Fischer Lucile Shelby Marzella Clary Mary Lou Appleman President V i ce-Prcsfidcnt Secretary Trans wer OFFICERS OF CLASS OF 1955 Lawrence R. Brown Maude Ella LaMa1' Thomas R. Hooper Pete Dietz 1'1'c'sidc"u,t Vice-P'rcsifIcnt Ser'refr11'y T1'easurer Page F01 ty two SENIOR5 -3 X X, K . ..Q, Ill , H 5- , TA M X A k X w-1 K, xi Page Forty- four K, I' EARL C. DUSE Maysville Physical ElIHl'llf'i01If "We are wiser than we were." "M" Clubg Sigma Tau Gamma: Glee Club. NETTIE PRICE Santa Rosa Englislz, "Wits of Ihc present nge, -who please mul shim." Nnrlhwest lllisso-ur-iu11.g President, Class of 1930. VIOLETTE HUNTER Grant City Englfislli "Blcsscd'wi1h that f.'llfCl7'l7L . . ." Vice-President, Student Councilg Y. W. C. A. Presideutg Residence Hall Board 5 Northwest MiSsom'im1.g Debate Teamg Sigma Sigma Sigma. CECIL SMITH Ridgeway Physinfll Erlucntiou "Disciplincd in action." "M" Club. WILEY POLESON Clearuiont Indzzstrial Arts "I am not in the roll of co-mmrm man." Glee Clubg Y. M. C. A. MARY ELLEN DILDINE Maryville History "S0mewlzcrc 'tis told that in an Eastern Ilmd . . ." Sigma Sigma Sigma TRUMAN SCOTT Ridgeway A!l7"fC'lllf'lIl'f? - "Tim best-lzfzmwrwl man." Sigma Tau Gammag Social Science Club. GEORGIA ELLEN TRUSTY Burlington Junction H 01:10 Ecofliomficfs "The magic of a face." Pan-Hellenicg Sigma Sigma Sigma. 9 LOIS ROPER Altamont Physics Illllql .sL'i1'111ixr. GORDON TROTTER Ridgeway Cunzmcrrc "Fr:llm.0 G'ifi.3'f?llfS, 1 'IVCSIIIILU 'mu all l know who I um." Student Council Presidentg Sigma Tau Gammag Pi Omega Pi. ALICE EARLEA NELSON Maryville Lflffll "Eyes of blue and hair of gold." W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A.g Library Force. DOROTHY LEE WHITE Skidmore lllatlzcmufics "Good-bye Mile desi.: 11.1 .sr-haul." VERNETA MOORE Maryville ,llalllmzlrntics "I Zfisyccl in numbers." Mathematics and Science Club. MARY COLLISON EVANS Maitland IQIGYILCHHIVH Etlllcrulianz. "Give all tn Loire, obey thy Imcw't." Social Science Clubg Primary Coun- c1l. GERTRUDE WRAY Maryville H um-0 Ef!llIIll1lLil.'N el. born- lcmlcr. Y. W. C. A.: Kappa Omicron Phig Alpha Sigma Alpha. HOWARD IBA Easton 1'71,yS'icf1l Ed neu tion. The sccuml of ll glm'-in-u.s line. "M" Club: Captain Basketball Team. Page Forty- fivg Page Forty-six MIRIAM JAY Maryville flume limnzrmrics 'Elly cake is dough." Kappa Omicron Phi. KATHERINE KIBBE Grant City -llusic ".-lr11m 'l"fl'lll7If1ILC mum . " Y. W. C. A. DONALD RUSSELL Maryville Supcrvisirm "On w .smtdcn a Roman thought hath. struck him." Social Science Clubg Pi Gamma Mug Y. M. C. A. EVELYN EVANS Maryville Languages "You never forget her." Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Alpha Sigma Alphag Pan-Hellenic. MERYLE SHAMBERGER Maryville Elementary Eclucat-ion "Good Lmfla is the gayest of all gay girls," W. A. A.g Sigma Sigma Sigma.. MARGARET CONNER St. Louis Latin "Dum 'U'i'Ui711f'll-S, 'v'i1'cz11:z1-S," Social Science Clubg Northwest Mis- smwiflng Library Force, Y. W. C. A. Secretary. JEAN LOIS BOWEN Maryville Home Economics Crm sho cook! Y. W. C. A. EMMA DAISY CURRY Oregon A I a thematics "With a wiwsrrzne grace and un. I rish wit." Mathematics and Science Club. MARTHE HERRIDGE Tarkio English, Nu one else like herg she is jnsl Martha. Student Councilg Y. W. C. A.g North- west MiSS1I1l7'lU7lj Debate Team. GRACE GALLATIN Chula Music "Eyes that we look into-sn." Y. W. C. A.g Sigma Sigma, Sigma: Glee Club. LUCILLE DOUGHTY Maryville Music "Such joy ambition ffimlsf' Y. W. C. A. ALLEN DOAK Osborn Music' Dirl you efucr 'ear our 7IlfIlSfff?', Y. M. C. A. Presidentg Glee Club: Treasurer, Class of 1930. RUTH L. JENSEN Maryville French Gun 160771, anyllllng-C-zren. Lalln. W. A. A. FLORENCE WRAY Maryville Ilnnze Eco-nomfics "Shc's all my fancy pninfcfl her." Kappa Omicrou Phi. LAWRENCE SHAFFER Braymer 00'llHllfC7'CC "llc holds nnshured the silenrc of thf' sky." Student Councilg Y. M. C. A. Cab- inetg Pi Omega Pi. CAROLINE HEFFLEY St. Joseph Elementary E'fZII!7CLf'l:0'lI- "In dc town whar I belongs . . ." Art Clubg Primary Councilg Sigma Sigma Sigma. Page Forty- seven V. Page Forty-eight VIOLA BRANDT Clearmont EfI.'lIIf?llflll'1l Educ-rlliuu "liar rycs im-rr: bright mul merry." Y. W. C. A.: Social Science Club. LEROY NELSON Ludlow Mn flmmr1f'ir's "It's fha little fliings in Iifc Hull count" Social Science Club. FLOYD B. HOUGHTON Jamesport zl!j1'fCIlZfIll'0 U 'KDIIII-,I think, zlfvlr friends, fha! Fm hm small." Sigma Tau Gamma: Glee Clubg Sec- retary, Class of 1930. BERNADINE YADON Gentry Ifriuffrliiun "gl smile, ll flash., and sim is !1UIIif'.U Y. W. C. A.g Pi Gamma Mug W. A. A.: Social Science Club. CLARENCE WORLEY Grant City Iinylisli "ll'r'rrr7iily iilrllnvllzi rr full 111r1n." Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: .YIll'flIIlT!'-YI .lli.w- xmrrirrng VV1-iters Clubg Vice-P1'esi- dent, Class of 19303 Vice-President, Student Council. BESSIE L. HALL Keltnei' Binlnyy "All kiln' u' Rmily rounfl H10 film." Y. W. C. A. ALBERTA KUNKEL Maitland UIlllIIllL'l'1'C' "Eight n'cluc'7.t! This quiwf liff- will In' Nic flmlli nf mv." Alpha Sigma Alpha. VANCE EDWARD GEIGER Redding, Iowa OUHl7IIC1'l'I' "ll'Iml is it thu! sinyx 11 sleepy hum -in my 7lvr2u1I?" DOYLE J. SMITH Hopkins llislnfy "I um, c-hurycfl urilh pridf' and rznzbilimzf' Social Science Club. ROMA H. MCGINNESS Maryville H mm: Ecu1mn1ir's Dc'sr.'l"L'cs Imvlm'f1bIc IIIVCIIHIIII. Y. W. C. A.g Kappa Omicron Phi. ELIZABETH SWANEY Smithville Home Econ mn, ics "Dn11?l fell mc! het me fllIl'RS.H Y. VV. C. A. BETTY SELECMAN Maryville English "Sim is prolly 10 'urnlk 'lL'ff7ll, 'witty to full: lrith, und lPIUUSllf7lf mu to Ih-ink 01I.H Y. W. C. A.: Dramatic Councilg Alpha Sigma Alphag Glee Club. RUTH FLOREA Hopkins Enylisll "Tim plnyfs lim ming." Dramatic Councilg Norlluccwi lllix- .suzzriung Writers Club. HELEN RUBY DOAK Osborn jffLHl!?Illfflfi!'S Rulzy Ilalh-a-uvrlff wiih Jnlm. Residence Hall Boardg Y. WV. C. A. Cabinet. THOMAS W. TURNER Maryville .algriczlll-1n'o 'Tm' us .sober as ll judge." KAI-ILA B, FORD Maryville lllu.s'ir: ".-l Cl'IIH.'Il4'll life ll,'llI'l'L? jug jPl?l'f'l1IIill1 swirls." Draniatics Clubg Kappa Omicron Phi-pledge. Page Forty-nine Page Fifty MARY KIDWELL Martinsville Ummncrcc "ll Hills! bc fiom: like Iiflllfllflljlf, Y. W. C. A.g Pi Omega Pi. LEWIS IRVIN ISRAEL Bethany II'l18tO1'jll "l"11v' haw .I clfunbcrcd in my mind." ELIZABETH SHAMBERGER Maryville E1!'H1C1li0'7'Ql Edui 'ion "As merry as fire day is long." MARY PISTOLE Pickering C'o111mm'0f' ' "I um very happy wlzem I am." Y. W. C. A.g Mathematics and Science Club: Pi Omega Pi. MARION NICHOLSON Hopkins History A. snr'-ial scficolcc shark. Pi Gamma Mug Social Science Club. GRACE MORRIS Graham Histmw "Geogruph,y's nv Sf'llCl1!.H Pi Gamma Mu. CECIL YOUNG Stewartsville Hisfory "Enthusiasm is the greatest Imsincs-s asset in the 10m'Id." ' Student Councilg Pi Gamma Mug Y. M. C. A.: Social Science Clubg Sigma. Tau Gamma. HAROLD H. HOUSTON- Pickering C'o'mlnc1'ce "He nlurays kept his poise." Law Club. WAYNE VENCILL Maryville Imlusl-riul Arts "Men of few worfls are the best men." MRS. L. S. DOUGHTY Maryville IfffO7l1HlIfCS "Tl1c're's no limit to what ll woman can cle." Social Science Clubg Pi Gamma Mu. SARAH MOORE Maryville Engltslt "Silf"tly as ct dream. . ." Library Forceg 'Writers Club 3 North- west llltssour-tcm. IMOGENE N 'OOLF Browning Omfmzferce ' "Highly M'ec'tecl thought.s' sertleet in a- hcurt of em1rtesy." Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Pi Omega. Pig Alpha Sigma Alpha. MERLIN GROOM Amity Agrieztltwe "Be wisely worldly, be not worldly wise." Law Club. MALCOLM BARNES Grant City 00771171-l?7'CC "Hallo, what great man is this?" Sigma Tau Gamma. HAZEL B. MOORE Worth Ma tlwmct ties "To kfnow her was to lore her." Sigma Sigma Sigma.: Mathematics and Science Club: Y. W. C. A. RILEY DAVISON Rosendale Phy Qtcu l E duect ttofn. "He had no tfimts of study cmd no place." "M" Club. Page Fifty-one Page Fifty-two HAZEL CARR Maryville Elf'nN'nlr11'y ffllllffllfiflll, "Tha joy u' Iiuinis all 1I1'OlHld,,, Y. W. C. A.: Primary Council. IRENE SMITH Blythedale ffIU7lL!?lI,fUl'jl .ECZllf'GfiUIlf "Como l'llfltlI'Ullf, and FZ! fell you fl Story." Primary Couucilg Alpha Sigma Alpha. H. EARL SOMERVILLE Maryville Music Aimilwr ffllll'UIlS COTIIIHIIIZI, .-H1011 rlr1flEm'Z. Orchestra: Bandg Glee Club: Chorus. VIRGINIA IRIS WRIGHT Maryville Qllutlwnuztics "lVu1'k while you work, and play whilc you play." LOU WALKER Denver Orm1nLcr1'c "I am. The fiery pink of crm1'tc'sy." IRMA GEYER Skidmore Hfistnry "fl farm mn lunch Ihre magic Sfrilng. . ." Social Science Clubg Pi Gamma Mu. DOROTHY SMITH Mound City I1"i,slory "Of all the busy people." Y. VV. C. A. PERMENIO DAVIS Maryville Crmmllwwc lf:-wks flw spccrl limit-rm, cm fypv1v1'ifm'. VV. A. A. THE STROLLER The word that is generally associated with Seniors is dig- nity. But the Stroller is not convinced, for he once saw Grace Gallatin riding down hill with five other Seniors and a bobslecl. I-le has seen Alice Nelson pulling taffy. And, to add another bit of proof for her contention, the Stroller looked into a Tower of about four years ago and saw Faye XVoodson Null's and Georgia Ellen 'l'rusty's pictures when they were freshmen. For those few who are not yet convinced of the fallacy of the moth- eaten idea that Seniors possess dignity, let them catch a glimpse of Nettie Price, the august Senior president, perched on the head of the bed and being fed ice cream from a slipper spoon by a pompous classmate. Now the Stroller was not exactly an eye witness of this last . , . he lays just a few claims to dignity himself. Having explored one idea of long standing, the Stroller feels herself obligated to put another one in its place. It is al- ways the custom for Seniors to publish a class will. It clawns upon the Stroller's frugal mind that the seniors, after having made a gift to the school, bought up an outfit of pins, caps and gowns, and memberships in teachers' agencies, and paid the ex- penses of a liberal education, would be more nearly in a position to accept an endowment than to make a will. Magnanimous per- sons might submit their donations to Allen Doak, whose fondest wish has ever been that class dues might be as common a thing in his life as salads. The Stroller hesitates to get too personal in his comments on the Seniors. After keeping an eye on them for four years, recording their doings faithfully during the time, and watching them grow from tender, green sprouts, so to speak, into sturdy plants of a still brighter shade . . . but there, the Stroller never could be poetic and get away with it. Anyway. such being the case, it is perhaps best to leave well enough alone., and re- mark in Miss Dow's best French, f'iBOll v0yag0."" Page Fifty thi ee I l JUNIQRS ff'7'f3Q f ff 5 yr brow ,X ,F 5 J h l?'N Il, 4 'lf I A131553 2: Y . H A ,A L ' fkKxQvffJ!gQ y JT xx !12fqx I L XX 1 IJ! I Y: jjsglj w WJ I ' V I K Y 3 I V 1 F X L uf x A -I K jk x I Q Page Fifty- six . l RAYMOND McKEE Pickering "Hr is ifufrll pnifl Nm! lrwll sufixficfI." "M" Club. MILDRED SANDISON Maryville "M 11074, may br: 'IIHHIC of fl Sl'0fl'7Il1Ill11, if he Im Fllllgllf yuuny." Turner Staffg Student Councilg Pi Omega Pig Sigma Sigma Sigmag Writers Club. CLEOLA M. DAWSON Maryville 'Vr'1'.wuliIily 11r'rsrmifir'fZ. W. A. A.g Debate Team. HOMER GILE Maryville "Girf' -nw the lifv 7 lu-rr'," HALBERT G. CATTERSON Maryville "Thr Iitllr' Im!! who says 'VII fryf " LORINNE I. HARRIS Bedford, Iowa "IJiiV111pIc1I sf'I1f'c'7.'s, mit eyes of QJl'llC.H Residence Hall Boardg Primary Councilg Y. W. C. A. ALBERT LEO WELCH Parnell "FII ual lmrlgc U11 inch." Newman Club. ESTELLE L. CAMPBELL Grant City "When 'mirlh is full and fI'l'f'.H W. A. A.g Kappa Omicron Phig Sigma Sigma Sigma. HELEN SLAGLE Grant CitY "Tn bc Inrml is Iwfirfr than. in 710 fillIIfUIlS.H W. A. A.3 Kappa Omicron Phig Treasurer, Class of 19313 Sigma Sigma Sigma. , WENDELL CULP Ridgeway "A vrozvrl nf Iroulllvs 11u.w1vI him by." Tnufm' Staffg Clubg Sigma Tau Gamma. LAWRENCE WRAY Maryville "Fm Nw stuufest of 'wives 'in lll'f"li0Nl7'll l1fezml." Y. M. C. A., Orchestra. DOROTHY WINGER Skidmore "E'z:m1, the c-lzildreu trfilmfc pay." Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, Art Club, Pri- mary Council. FRANCES HACKETT Burlington Jct. "All Natura Il'l'fll'S unc 'IIIlf'I5f?I'8lIl snzilvf' WILLIAM L. ALSUP Maryville "Fm fl man. tlm.t's fund 11' music." Glee Club, Y. M. C. A., Chorus. ' JOHN D. BREEDEN Gallatin "7'lw'.vfyl-n is Ihr' nmn llllNSf'lf.H MYRTLE WELLS Hatfield "Il 'is goorl In Iirc und Il'Cll'H.u Social Science Club. CATHERINE LEE WRAY Maryville "flu, 1nuIr'r.sfumlilry lw11l'!." Vice-President Class of 1931, 7'mw'r Staff, Student Council, Secretary- Treasurer Green and White Peppers. W. P. GREEN Los Angeles, Cal. "Tlw1'c is what I vull Ihc AWILGVLUIITI- 'irlcuf' Student Council, Sigma Tau Gamma. WILSON DOWDEN Maryville "fl bright Zitflc boy -u:ilI:. lfmylziilgz frm-." Glee Club, Chorus. JOSEPHINE O. SHERMAN Barnard "O flfvzr! Just .wo thu! lifflc pie." Kappa Omicron Phi. Page Fifty-seven 1 .1 Page Fifty-eight VIRGINIA TULLOCH Maryville "A look, a worrl, CL twinklf' in hw' mfr." -Dramatics Clubg Social Science Club. FRANK B. DANIELS Ridgeway NTVfl!l'fC1l1lL woman, no saint, 'llIIdC7'SfCllIlI.,, "M" Club. GERTRUDE SAWYERS Maryville "An, Irish, Titiarz. fini." W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A. CLEO CATHERINE KING Pickering A wo-man. of offcrirs. CARL L. FISHER Maryville "Wo are but two-the oihers sleep." President, Class of 1931. THELMA G. ROBERTSON Rockport "O, how full of In'im'.9 is fhis -uvn'king-ring 112111-Trl." Pi Omega Pi. BEN THOMPSON Maryville "Young Bon he was a nice young mon." Glee Clubg Chorusg Band. MINNIE RAE EVANS Maryville "Goes right to your 7I!'flI'f.H Primary Council: Secretary, Class of 1931. WALTER B. LITTELL Fairfax "Young fellows -will be young fellows." EMILY LaVETA MARTIN Maryville A11- artist from gag Paree. Tower Staffg Art Club. RAYMOND O. MORE Ridgeway "Why shfnulrl I hlush, to own, I ln1'c'?" LOIS ANN CARROLL Grant City " 'Tis mall to bc merry and misc." W. A. A.g Kappa Omicron Phi- pledge. GENEVEIEVE BUCHER Oregon "I cuulfl Say Hire things abr,-ut h'im,," Library Forceg LVm'llr1r:vst .11 is- NIllll"iUlYfQ Y. W. C. A. HELENA GOSLEE Skidmore "A1'l'i.v1fiff und Iuulrs fir." Art Clubg Y. W. C. A. HARVEY W. HOLLAR Hardin "I aih-'I afraid n' Iznrses nm' strcci-cm's, her fmyffingf' ERNEST W. LADEN Watson "I lmmw C'U'f?7'jlHIf'iIlg enwcpt 7llQllSClf.,' FRED JENNINGS Gentry "Oh, 'ICOTIICZ I 'lrcrc fl boy ayzuinf' ORLO W, SMITH Ridgeway "HHS fb !ll'llHl?7TlfI'H1 from .Qmll In r'ru-mlm." Tmarm' Staffg Pi Omega Pig Nnrlh- urvsi Jfissnurirmg Sigma Tau Gamma. REBEKAH BOTKIN Skidmore Sho did what xhc could. Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Towm' Staffg 3'm'tlm'cst jfi-SSfIlIl'ilI7l-Q Sigma Sigma Sigma. . BURL ZIMMERMAN Raton, New Mexico "E'lIl?7'1l mlm has his fnull mul lnnmsly 'is , his. Library Forceg Y. M. C. A.g Debate Team. Page Fifty-nine Page Sixty ADA FAIRE SUTTON Maryville Nut light lremlcfl, but air mindcrcl. Social Science Club. 1 CARL JAMES KING Pickering "Ay, every 'im-I1 a king." President "M" Club. CAROL F. RUSSELL Savannah "The simzv of curthful bliss." "M" Clubg Sigma Tau Gamma. IZEYL DACK Ravenwood "Niall in srl-mfg mmnmn-sr'nsc." Y. W. C. A. MARION S. GUILLIAMS Craig "Come all 'who In-170 fl mcrry jest." Sigma Tau Gamma. JUANITA MARSH Chillicothe "In Loire, if Lovrc, bc Loire." W. A. A.g f1'owcr Staffg Residence Hall Board: Y. W. C. A.g Alpha Sigma Alpha. EVAN AGENSTEIN Stewartsville tKFIi7'f'ill'U fuffith, the girls, sir?" BERNIECE CROCKETT Stanberry .fl fricml, past, l71il'Sl?1If and future. VIVIAN KIMBALL Easton "Tho fa'ii'cSt grlrflcu hm' looks." EUGENE MINNICK Lock Springs C'U1l'l1'fl1"1j to all precedcnis. Sigma Tau Gamma. JOHN W. SMITH Cedar Point, Kansas "I luwc grrlncfl my e.rpcricm'0." "M" Clubp Sigma Tau Gamma. UNA MOORE Plattsburg 'illurc low ur Jlnrc dlsrlnin I f'l'fIL'C'.,' BESSIE FEW Kansas City Signs hm' mime Few, bu! vnunls hm' frimuls WIIHIQU. KENNETH GREESON Maryville Spirit of M. S. 7'. Cf. Growlersg Yell Leader: Sigma Tau Gamma. ALICE L. SEWELL .Graham .fl true stzulmzl. FLOYD WYMAN Quitman "So wise, so young." JIM SEELEY Princeton "I um lonely, 'very Zflllflll, fm' flu' girl that stole my hcm't." "M" Club. PAULINE FRANCES VVALKER Burlington Junction "I lUf'Il!jh'll and flfllllfll mul mllffl mul sung." Residence Hall Board: Primary Council: Women's Pan-Hellenicg Sig- ma Sigma Sigma. ELEANOR MONTGOMERY Skidmore A zlrmmly girl, Cl loyal frivml. Tulum' Staffg VV. A. A. President. VELDRON L. ANDERSON Maryville If'm1d nf 'IlIiSUf'l'lIf'liS. , 9. Page Sixty-one y - , 1 Page Sixtv- two DOROTHY COX Parnell Ullappy um. lg from care I 'nz free." W. A. A. CHARLES FINLEY Rosendale .fl I1.wrb1frl Cdmfflriolz at OIGZIIILWIILII, rn' Sl. Jvc, so ll70,I'6 lzfnrd. ELTON HALL Lathrop "lVlmf! rllire and sn bold!" Growlers. - GRACE LEACH Stanberry "Truth hull: ni quivf Ilrcrzsff' Art Club. MARY REBA PUTHUFF Blanchard, Iowa "Sure, I can be scr'io'us, bu! 'Fun' is my miclfile 71-!l77I'G.,' Kappa Omicron Phi. PARIS PI-IIPPS Maryville "I do not care fm' kisses." FRANCES PAULETTE King City "Blue eyes for fZ'fI'1fll!I.U OLATI-IA SUETTERLIN Maryville I r:,tm'r:.S'ImL 'in !?'lfC'7'!fUIfflIg 'i11Tc1'esfing. Pi Omega Pi. ' FRANCES MILLER Hopkins "I lmlgh, for hope hath happy place with me." HOPE DE SHAZER ' Ravenwood "Good nnmrc and good sense are usually youll 0fm1.pz1r1in11s." Y. VV. C. A. GEORGE ADAMS Blockton, Iowa fl 1980 edition of Beau Brunnnel. Tower Staffg Sigma Tau Gammag Cheer Leader. LOLA BELLE SUETTERLIN Maryville An A No. 1 girl at IIIIIVU than one th-iny. Primary Council. KATHRYN LEWIS Maryville "The spirit of mischief cm.bozliccI," W. A. A.g Glee Club. LEE BOWEN Maryville "I !I'lllf'l? mot KL thouglzltful Sf'hnlnr." GEORGE BARROWS Jamesport "Am I not a man and a b1'otl:0r?" EUGENE WELLS Maryville .Al -ru.Iin.g spirit in CllC'II1fiS11'1l Lab. Y. M. C. A. OMA ROSS Guilford ".-l rhccry Iifflc sprite, I know." DEAN RYBOLT Grant City "He urals U fine, handsome fellow." Law Club, THOMAS LAWRENCE Maryville "You sec, I am a Iitflc boy." Orchestrag Bandg Glee Clubg Y. M. C. A. LORA TUDDER FISHER Maryville "The knot was fied." I Y. W. C. A.g Primary Council. I-'age Sixty- three sms ,na Q B me ss we mv Z ss B-K in B E a a ss iam is ms me ' me ,lm is ss me w nu , if me s n a g me ms w ge m ss BE x B SE B Wx ss me sm me a l my l E S E ew Bs me mu me 'W as-.1 mme EW nm W ,n-, ,inl- ws ' F' Q --W m is ss :kim , si H I- , B me 5 ' W E w:fL:f.'f'?: , V fs Q. me 'V 'E Hmmm B ,- . '55, V ss mal B is 'E ,la E , . eg Emi sa E new K 'RB "xmas nu .em axis ks 2 lime-5:2538 me amine Sigel E mums ew iw me await E -S5 if-me as B 'SEEKS EK: me el, Sm-M as 1:38 'W me ex B B E EH Q K ,Z H 'W me em E we E Q HB 'SS pw H ei Wm Q - YW? H. emu QM me W Fe, mg-:E, we-m RE ei mm ss -'nm ugefgxsmee :X-mms gm-gms me H ve we mal is me , Q B xgsen. Q E H is H me Q - ma B me me Q B B me me Emu we we M H ge H E fs, B B. mama Page Sixty- fou r H sa fa- .1 - W me sl K we rm. me 5 P. A. SILLERS Fairfax "Fire, water, women are muvn's ruin." Student Councilg "M" Clubg Sigma Tau Gamma. KAROL OLIPHANT Cainsville "Aho! Aho! Lo'vc's horn doth blow." Resident Hall Boardg President, Green and White Peppersg Alpha Sig- ma Alpha. MILDRED WILES Maryville 'AGU11 go 'up and gay go tl0'IU7l." Social Science Club. FORREST ECKERT Maryville Likes to sec the "Docl't01'. Sigma Tau Gammag Growlers. THE STROLLER The Stroller read a story once-or twice-it is not a new story-about an unedu- cated speaker who, in a tirade against education, asserted that he was thankful he had never been corrupted by contact with a college. "You mean you are thankful for your ignorance ?" he was asked. uYeS yr "Well, you have much for which to be thankful," was the gentle answer. The Stroller is of the opinion that juniors are very much like that man. They are just discovering that they have much for which to be thankful. Thanksgiving Day, then, should be an especially great day for: ill Halbert Catterson, who, when he was operated on. took a local anaesthetic, because he believed in patronizing home products, Q25 Frances Paulette, who said, "She isn't as bad as she is painted, and she doesn't paint much, anywayng Q31 Nettie Russell, who said that Pat. Pending was the world's greatest inventor. The Juniors have other things for which to be thankful. They should be thankful they are here to obtain an educationg in other words, that they are to be college bred, By the way, the Stroller now knows the meaning of this oft-used term. She overheard it Dad's Day, when one of the Dads said, "College bred is the flour of youth, and the dough of old age." If the Stroller knew as much about Home Ee. as Estelle Campbell does, he would carry the definition still further. The kneading is done by the student, the rising by the teacher, and the baking by the-well, who does the baking? The Stroller shouldn't have attempted this: he isn't a cook. Wait, there's the clue. Not to make sense, but to make a pun Land the Stroller isn't ashamed of it, though it is the lowest form of humorl let's say a Cook is the baker. Juniors ought to be thankful to know the meaning of "this thing called love," as it was defined by a fellow classman, Marion Guilliams. Gus said, "'Love is just like a cafeteria--you get what looks good to you and pay for it afterward." It really is worth- while for students to learn such things as this. Moreover, many students who know Gus as the fellow who sleeps next to them in class or as the powerful yell leader, will be surprised to hear this evidence of the philosophical trend of his mind. This goes to prove that we never fully appreciate our great men. Who would have dreamed that Gus Guilliams was a philosopher? The Stroller himself becomes philosophical now and then, and as he curls up in a comfortable chair to take a nap-for even the Stroller has to get her eight hours of sleep-he reflects drowsily that the wisest are those who know how little they know, and in knowing this, know much. Therefore, lest the juniors misunderstand, he wants to say that he has been praising them just now. Believe it or not. Page Sixty-five -....-. W M, W fQ?f"?'M,: .M Q W., I-sa-mn 'AE S E -wg,-QE xv-mamma ss ,fs wx K-. E fm ,f - E I -g , . Y X- I- , I I-T. 11 M , ,. P ZZ - M " -,fx M4 H 7, 2 - , .mg ra.. ,5 an 'W 'W -, 'Y 1" , a Q Ea fy 'A H5 2 S2 min H .Y " 5" . " ' S W 1' ' Q M 'V A Wm 'gsm 4 a fl '. I , B Miz' s' I H .rf A W 1 su a 2 E W. R4-EE 'IE ' H M,,,....,Z EE Ig-MSM A L2 Z I 12 1 B ff gy x mm sm 1 H H 1 X H A . I if .. . "H H ' mi" iIEg.'.. f. xr . W A 'K . N K 1 pa . Xin mu Q H .Q w ww M Mi, Q H .AAQME, MM M'2'.,.,.,,a,... vga ,www E. N 'Y w .H Q was , -. E., .Q ,M . - W ' M H b awmagw 5: .. 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MILDRED E. ALBRIGHT McFal1 WILMA FRANKUM Maryville LORENE EVANS Maryville N. LOUISE GEX Graham GRACE WILMA WESTFALL Maryville VELMA PEARLE CARTER New Hampton HARLAN E. BROWN Skidmore OGLE DENE McKEE Ravenwood LOIS TRIPP Ridgeway CHARLES RUPERT Clearfield, Iowa J. NORVEL SAYLER Hopkins LUTHER C. SKELTON Hatfield MARY FRANCES LASELL Maryville ELVIS O. DANNAR, Worth DARLENE ALYCE SCHNEIDER Shenandoah, Iowa LILLIAN KENT Savannah WILSON J. CARTER Burlington Junction MARY ALICE JONES Maryville DOROTHY V. BABB, Maryville use saga swans ms- - H ima, manma- on my . Q r -A 14 :eq l--3 me Fir -Q K: -X Q. -av -.rw -.lf .Q. 'F :Y x ff- - W a ii - is Q if il Z- f xs- -1 ,,. .W 2, mn -Q E, -K sf an W. Q-- Us in Q5 K. wr re- 4 s -B V. -rf a na - ss Page Sixty-nine Ker- 2 ,V 2: 1- um r -H., ,ui ,rw ll ,, me em-was--4 Page Seventy GLENN DUNCAN Excelsior Springs ERNEST G. REID Princeton VERNA E. HOUGHTON Polo HELEN DOUGHERTY Maryville LEWIS I-I. WALLACE Clearmont ERNEST E. STALLING Barnard MARY LOU APPLEMAN Skidmore ESTHER HENSLEIGH Blanchard, Iowa LUCILLE C. KELLOGG Clearmont ELLSWORTH HENKINS Cowgill CLIFFORD KELLY McFa11 C. B. STILWELL Maryville LUCILLE MITCHELL Maitland WILBUR J. FRANKUM Maryville MARJORIE COLE Emerson, Iowa MILDRED STINER Ridgeway WILBUR PETTIGREW Maryville CRETA STINER Ridgeway FLORENCE STANLEY Mercer FAIRY ZELINE DEFENBAUGH Redding, Iowa FRED LARASON Mercer EMERALD RILEY Barnard MINNIE ETTA KNOX Maryville CLARA MAY SHARTZER Spickard JO ELLEN WILES Maryville LORENE WARNER Maitland JOHN WRIGHT Rosendale JAMES FRANK MOORE Excelsior Springs DOROTHY WIGGER Jameson VASHTI CONN Ravenwood VELMA COLTER Maryville CHARLES CHAPMAN Green City MARJORIE HACKETT Maryville RACHEL ENGLAND Maryville HELEN COCHRAN MOORE Lathrop CLARENCE LLOYD Maryville JACOB M. PORTERFIELD Clearmont C. KENNETH LEESON Maryville DOROTHY A. JACKSON Hopkins K. VIRGINIA MYERS Maitland MARTHA VIRGINIA WYMAN Maryville KATHERINE GRAY Skidmore Page Seventy-one Page Seventy-two VERA JANE BAILEY Maitland LORINE STUCKI Helena DAN BLOOD Stanberry NOLAN BRUCE Maryville GEORGE M. EPPERSON Maryville ANNA MAE TINGLER Gallatin WALTER MUTZ, JR. Maryville MABEL E. CARMICHAEL Burlington Junction EDWARD DIETZ Maryville MARGARET SUTTON Pattonsburg FRANKLYN LOUCKS Mound City PAULINE RUTH MONEY Skidmore GEORGE HEPBURN, Jr. Hopkins LORETTA JAMES Clarinda, Iowa HELEN ESTHER DAVIS Maryville ISABEL MCDANIEL Rockport OPAL FERN WALLACE Maryville BERTHA SPIDLE Maryville ALMA E. BRYAN Princeton MARTHA PFEIFFER Maryville CHARLIE THOMAS Ravenwood MILDRED E. FINICAL Fairfax VERA HAYES Union Star CHARLOTTE MCMAHON Fairfax LEAO VERNE DAVIS Graham ISABELLE HAMLIN Maryville WOODSON SPAINHOWER Gentry FAYE BOGARD Fairfax CONSTANCE BAUR . Cairo, Illinois BEULAH MAE SKEED Clearmont VIRGINIA MORGAN Skidmore MAR ZELLA C LARY, Maryville Page Seventy-three THE STROLLER Now that the Stroller can say "Boop-boop-a-doop" without puckering his lips, he believes she is becoming truly collegiate. It required a great deal of practice and patience to accomplish this feat, but now that he has mastered it, she feels almost as blase as a sophomore. The Stroller confesses that a sophomore is merely a sophisticated freshman. That is: He has attended classes enough to learn that a little learning is a dangerous thing. He has attended church often enough to realize that the missionary movement differs considerably from the fox trot. He has attended enough dances to know that it is the corsage, and not the wall flower, that is the floral favorite. He has attended enough shows to know that people are no longer interested in "How to Get Into the Movies," but are interested, rather, in how to get a seat after they get in. If the Stroller weren't afraid of offending some senior's delicate taste, he would tell a conversation he overheard between a freshman and sophomore. Begging the senior's pardon, he'll tell it anyway. It seems that when Lawrence Brown, the fresh- man president, asked, "What causes the peculiar odor in the library?" Nolan Bruce told him, "That's the dead silence they keep there." Now was that fair? The freshman was deeply impressed by the wisdom uttered by Nolan, and the Stroller happens to know positively that Nolan found the answer in a joke book in the library. Freshmen should not be allowed to trust too implicitly in the originality of their "superiors," Of course, a second-year classman now and then reverts to type and displays a verdure equal to that of a freshman. There is Clara May Shartzer, for instance, who inquired at the book store for a life-sized globe of the earth! 'There is Erman Barrett, who thought Mr. Lalvlar was literary because he littered up his desk. And there is Katherine Gray, who went to Marcell's, not to get her picture taken, but to get a Marcel. Fortunately, such cases are rare. The greeners-one-stage-removed occasionally, but not often, display flashes of in- tellect worthy of a junior or even a senior. When Connie Baur returned to the dorm a half hour late one night and was reproved thus, "You should not be out after eleven," Connie did credit to Cairo by replying, "I wasn't out after eleven. I was after only one." The Stroller doesn't claim to be clever, but she is clever enough to realize that cleverness like Connie's ought to be rewarded by more than a frown, which is what she received. Ellsworth I-Ienkins isn't so dumb, either. The Stroller was puzzled as to why Ellsworth changed his major from Physical Ed. to Latin, until he was informed that Latin is a dead language-and Ellsworth plans to be an undertaker! In conclusion fperhaps the Stroller, like Ellsworth, will change his profession and turn preacher instead of journalistl-in conclusion, though some sophomores are as dumb as freshmen and some are as wise as seniors, most of them are simply sophs. The Stroller didn't say simple Sophs. Page Seventy-four L Q ww 1 .41 5, ,xwfli 5 ws gn Tn .N FFR ,-wi Ki W 1 WBK M Ex -x 1 'A F M -,., HM Qu--. F Q x 1 -1. .nf ai: M. av ,. M sf, has rx, :U wx :H H , Q. H mn sm ggw 1 z mwa- xx x 1 Page Seventy-six Miss Peter Pan Small. so very small, is she, And elmrmiug-quite as lovely As pale white stars that smile to see How surely she's bewitchiiig me. She is so yuung, zmcl quite as bright .-Xml glittering as golden stars 'lihut clzmce and wink their eyes to see Miss Peter Pan enclizmting me. -Ida Beth ATGZUIUII FRESHMEN 1'-X X . i ,gp 7 X I ii PT Page Seventy-eight CARMEN JENKINS Sheridan RICHARD B. SELLERS Maryville LOLA ACKLIN Graham WILMA HOLMES Spickard MARJORIE BRUCE Maryville BERNICE CONSTABLE Princeton GRACE GEIST Maryville PEARL DOUGHERTY Maryville PAULINE CARROLL Grant City ROBERT H. BURNS Fairfax PATRICIA M. ARNOLD Jamesport JAY SEWELL Graham WILI-IELMINA VETTE Westboro RDELL CHICK Maryville DOROTHY CORDELL Quitman BEULAH BRAND Gravity, Iowa FRANCIS E. BARNHOUSE Hatfield BEULAH SAWYERS Maryville RUSSELL S. NOBLET Graham MARY FRANCES CLEMENTS Gallatin FRANK CAMPBELL Richniond MARIE E. WILSON Gravity, Iowa. VELMA DOWIS Sheridan OLETHA NELSON Bethany MORRIS D. MEYER Pattonsburg DELBERTA MUTZ Maryville DOLORES MOZINGO Maryville MILDRED MEDSKER Guilford FRANCES ANN SHAMBERGER Maryville ORVILLE KELIM Denver MAUDE QUALLS Maryville EDNA KATE MACKEY Nettleton AUGUSTA VERT Maryville EUNICE COX Cairo, Illinois MARVIN SHAMBERGER Maryville BERNARD KEEFE Bedford, Iowa ELDORA NICHOLS Quitman LAWRENCE PERSINGER McFall LELA M. MAUL Maryville HELEN MARIE MURRAY Maryville L. MILDRED JACOBS Q Grant City DOROTHY M. STOCKTON Stanberry Page Seventy-nine Page Eighty MARY POYVELL Maitland GLENN MARR Oklahoma City, Okla. NANCY BEATRI CE COX Maryville HAROLD ROBEY DANIELS Maryville RUTH TROTTER Hamilton L. M. BRICKEN Sedalia CLAY JAMESON McFall DONALD L. NEAL Maryville ROY W. ALLMAN Blytliedale IDA BETH NEWLON Rockport JAMES W. JAY Maryville BETTY HICKERNELL Maryville VACARO BELLE HURST Rosendale MARGUERITE THOMPSON Hopkins AVIS L. GLENN Martinsville GLEN GARDNER Moorehead, Iowa SHELDON B. BEECHER Rosendale MARIAN GANN VAIL Maryville BEULAH B. LARISON Bedford, Iowa WALTER A. MAY Forest City HELEN MAE CORKEN Burlington Junction FLORINE FANSHER King City LAWRENCE R. BROWN Maitland MAUDE ELLA LaMAR Elmo LENORE SHUNK Ravenwood RUTH DENNY Holt JOHN Z. CURNUTT, JR. Maryville WILBUR F. HEEKIN Maryville LESTER HALL Maryville LUCILLE MAX . Rosendale BONNIE MALSON Maryville ELIZABETH EDWARDS Maryville LEE DUNHAM Mztysville STANLEY GEX Graham ESTHER MCMURRY Maryville CLARENCE WOOLSEY Braymer FRANCES MAE FUHRMAN Mound City CARL BLACKVVELDER Concord. N. Carolina BIRDIE LEMASTER Maryville ANNAMAE ADAMS Blockton, Iowa MAXINE NEELY Wheatland, Wyoming PETE DIETZ Maryville Page Eighty-one Page Eighty-two MARIE LARSON Conway, Iowa WV. L. I-IINDMAN Fairfax MARY FRANCES BARBOUR Maryville DELORIS E. PILCHER Mount Moriah ROBERT PERKINS Fairfax MARY ETHEL OLIVER Guilford MILDRED RINGOLD Hopkins J. DALE BILLINGSLEY Clearmont MIRIAM GROOMER Pattonsburg LESLIE L. TURNER Madison LELA MAE SI-IREVE Richmond WILLIAM MCLARNEY Hemple ELIZABETH GROBY St. Louis LOWELL BOWEN Bolckow WILMA IONA GRIFFIN Saline GENEVIEVE GRAY Clearuiont DONALD E. JOHNSON Pickering ARLENE GILLESPIE Ridgeway EMALYN TURNER Bolckow DOROTHY K. WHITMORE Bethany HAZEL WYGAL Ravenwood LEOTA L. ADKINS Savannah CLIFFORD JOHNSON Maryville LEOTA CLARDY Maryville FRANK DORREL Maryville MILDRED K. CAMPBELL King City OWEN THOMPSON Maryville DOROTHY FRA NCYS MCCLUNG Pattonsburg ALBERT C. HAGEY CIEZITITIOHL ELLA CLOUD Grant Ctiy LAWRENCE C. WVILSON Maryville HERMENE BAUR Cairo, Ill. FORTE I-I. SANDISON Maryville LOIS MCCRARY Shenandoah, Iowa RUSSELL WILSON Darlington DORIS WILLSON Sheridan GEORGE WALTER ALLEN Maryville BERNICE CHAPMAN Grant City KEITH SAVILLE Redding, Iowa ARRIE ANN FREELAND Athelstan, Iowa EARL LIMPP Mound City RUTH MILNE Oregon Page Eigh ty- three Page Eighty-four ILA E. .KING Blockton, Iowa. MORRIS WALDO BAKER Oklahoma City, Okla. ESTELLE B. ADKINS Worth REVE FITE Osborn GEORGE MCMURRY JR. Maryville DORIS M. HASTINGS ' Grant City EDITH FITZPATRICK Melbourne ELIZABETH PRICE Oregon FRANCES G. WILSON Mound City ROLAND E. RUSSELL Maryville ARTHUR K. JACKSON Jamesport T. R. HOOPER Maitland HELEN LOU PALMER Maryville CLARICE DE SHAZER Ravenwood LOUISE WI-IITT Gallatin WINIFRED TODD V Maryville HADLEY LANNING Rosendale GRACE LEE MQGINNIS Maryville VIOLA PETTY Stanberry MARVIN JOHNSON Fillmore INEZ MARIE GRIFFIN Leon, Iowa. DORIS LEA DONNER, Pattonsburg LEONARD W. RILEY Bolckow ALFA NELL DOWELL Jamesport LOIS FERNE ADAMS Mt. Ay1', Iowa LOLA MAE HAYNES Gallatin ALTA MARIE WITHROW 'I'hurn1zm, Iowa AMBROSE JOHN O'DAY Maryville ALMA FINNEY Cainsville KENNETH BARNES Rankin, Texas GEORGIA BELLE MOORSI-IEAD Breckenridge MABEL BRIDGEWATER Hopkins BESSIE LEWIS Rockport WALTER REDMON Fairfax ESTHEL A. DACK Ravenwood HELEN M. EMRY Ridgeway BERTHA NELSON Guilford OPAL GRAY, Hopkins GLADYS OPAL COOPER Denver, Colo, EVA MARIETA BROWN Jameson CURTISS H. SHERMAN Barnard IOLA De VAULT Blockton, Ia. H... . I. AMA... n3iwmnnM if 5 5 I is 2 1 Page Eighty-five Page Ei ghty-six HAZEL FERN De-ATLEY King City LEILO CARRELL Holcomb VIRGINIA N. MYERS Conway, Iowa MERLIN TEMPLE Stanberry FRANCES E. BARNES Grant City EDITH MOORE Blythedale THELMA FERN HALL King City MARY MARGARET TURNER Barnard MARIAN NEW Maryville MIRIAM LOUISE DYSART Maitland MAXINE MASSIE Albany LOIS M. THOMPSON Quitman REBECCA GRAVES Fairfax ALBERTA SMITH Bolckow LOREE ROBERTS Worth HOWARD RINGOLD Hopkins ALICE A. GILMOUR Rosendale CHARLES KISSINGER Maryville M. RUTH HARRIS Sheridan DORIS SWOPE Napier THELMA L. SHOOP College Springs, Iowa HILDA HEFLIN Ravenwood VANCE HAUBER Grant City JOSEPHINE BAYS Hopkins MILDRED CHRISTIE Moberly ICEL DONELSON Hatfield VERA M. BILLUPS Ridgeway JOHN EDMOND ARMSTRONG Stanberry LUCILLE COON Spickard ALBERT SEWELL Skidmore GEORGE MANES Burlington Junction NEOTHA GRACE GRIFFIN Saline CLYDE L. FARQUHAR Burlington Junction MARIE BASHOR Union Star FRED D. LINDSEY Maryville ALMINA ALLISON Gower SOPHIE EDWARDS Parnell ESTHER LA RUE HENDERSON Guilford GEORGIA K. BEEVER Pueblo, Colo. 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Emiaggfafai ,aa lm' miami!-t -, my sw, mlawg gg: mf sw sl xy 5, M, ML. mmm? 55 ss 5 SWAN? y A521 -get E Q "L':"f5W EfCf,vElFEYQ'EwFn www? ' "ffs. :.: im f 5' 'wif' f 'W 1 in 5 AA wmzmw' - - - , V .N::,gg:.: Fl mm -E ' M Es mm W maxim. ?-M M mm M .,... : - .W A . , w .,.,.,. Y W , . I m , . ss gm s- M-Mrs msgs I- ma -.-.35 N . w mf wg- .lssslmsfm lm K' SEE 2 wi Ei? H WW-VfSn3iEf5sg1K'EWH H15 W ll M Sw l H WWLQ Q- wvfiwggg . W H' . inn, main mr'vS.,.v-gil , msgs may A,- -.Mm J Page Eighty-eight BEULAH B. PHILLIPS Burlington Junction CHARLES VIRGIL MCQUARY Bethany MARY MARGARET JAMES Rockport VVALTER E. WILSON Sedalia CLARA EVA HARR Easton RICHARD E. NELSON Maryville RUTH KRAMER Maryville B. LOUIS COOPER Sheridan JUNE PETTIGREW Maryville V. LENORE MARTIN Eagleville MATI-IEW B. CONVVAY Maryville HELEN ELLIOTT Grant City THE STRCLLER Last summer the Stroller made dollars, digging up dandelions on the campus and selling them for greens. At the time she learned that there are greens and Greens- ask W. P.-but of all greens he heard about, the greenest greens are the freshmen, designated as "greeners." VVhen the green freshman gets blue, he should remember that he is not called by the superlative degree: he is a greener, not a greenest. Per- haps even Ruth Kramer isn't a greenestg the Stroller does not want to go on record as saying she is, but he does remember that she wrote her book fee check to "Clyde Suplastoren when directed to make it to "College Supply Store." In spite of their greenness, the freshmen, the Stroller believes, have worked out an attractive color scheme. The very pink of courtesy, they are too polite to laugh unless they see the point of a joke. For example, Dr. Foster, exasperated by whispered conversations in Citizenship class, said, "I don't know why it is-every time I get up to speak, some fool talks." The three sophomores in the class roared with laughter. The frosh wondered what the joke could be. And can the freshmen yell-ow? The Stroller thinks they cang they yell until'they are black in the face! In cheering, as in everything else, they do things up brown. It was not disloyalty that caused Rusty Sellers to yell against Maryville at a certain game. It was close to Christmas time, and he had become so infected with the Yuletide spirit that green banners spelled nothing to him but half of the regular holiday red and green. Many freshmen are tang and the Stroller would like to suggest that many more need tanning. The college infants have yet to learn that collegiate tannings come in the form of conferences fdon't mention paddlesl, instead of switches. He learns, too, if he is observant, that, whereas his father broke switches from the tree, his best girl, who is letting her hair grow, pins switches to her head. Some freshmen are impressed. by another type of switch. They like to turn it on and off, especially off. Strange what fascination darkness holds-for students who are here in search of light and truth. Thanks to Marian Gann, the greeners have had their share of orange blossoms. By the way, the Stroller recently learned from a little neighbor boy why Marian is so fond of kith and kin. It seems that every evening last fall "Melvin athked her for a kith, and Marian thead, 'You kin."' lf reports are true, Eunice Cox may generously bring another color into the freshmen rainbow. Yet, whatever other color may tinge their youthful ranks, it is the green which is predominant. This is fitting and proper. The Stroller prophesies that the class of 1933 will long uphold the white and green of S. T. C. Page Ei ghty- nine O NL- 1 I k l - Q! COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL The College NT.-Iig'h School, which serves as a demonstration school, is an active department of the College. The enrollment is limited to one hun- dred. The teaching is done by Junior and Senior College students, under the direct supervision of members of the faculty. The College High School offers a very complete course, is a member of the North Central Association of Col- leges and Secondary Schools, and is ranked as a first class high school. The students have access to the college library, laboratory equipment. and gymnasium. Likewise, their coupons entitle them to attend the college entertainments and games. The student body often attends the college assembly. Frequently, how- ever, a separate assembly is held by the high school students themselves. One of the cleverest programs of the year was that given by the practice teachers. Extra-curricular activities are becoming more and more prominent. A girl reserve was organized this year. The Kozy Kitchen Klub and other organizations contribute their share to the extra-curricular program. In the schedule are a number of musical activities, including orchestra, and boys' and girls' glee clubs. Picnics and parties have not been overlooked. The boys' and girls' glee club picnic. and the all-school picnic were among the most important social events. The student body is organized and has a set of capable officers. They are: President, Helen Xl-'inellg Vice-President, Richard Barrettg Secretary- Treasurer, Betha Colhour. Mr. Dieterich is principal of the high school. The College High is proud of the honor won by Richard Barrett, who ranked ninth in the entire state of Missouri in the Paris Peace Pact essay contest. College High has won other laurels, also, during the year 1929-1930. The Cubs have been successful in most of their games. In the sub-district tournament the College High Cubs. cheered by the purple-and-white clad Pepperettes. won second. The Cubs have had a successful track season, and they also entered the spring contests. Page Ninety-one HIGH SCHOOL The following officers were elected for the Senior and Junior classes for the year. Seniors: President, Lucille Leesong vice-president. XVilma Lewisg secretary-treasurer, Geraldine Howard g sponsors, Gertrude XVray, and H. R. Dieterich. Juniors: President, Leroy lX1orrowg vice-president. Robert Lawrenceg secretary-treasurer, Geraldine Patton 5 sponsors, Emma Daisy Curry, and Miss Dora B. Smith. Hawk i New XL, .W H. Richey F. Swaney E. O'Da.y H. Wmell E. Blauvelt I. Hull L. Leeson E. Scott C. McGinness F. Jennings F. Bowen L. Thompkins D. Richey M. Myers R. Barrett G. Howard O. Cooper B. Colhqm' M. Porter M. Dalian V. Harclisty M. Brunk V. Coulter F. Conrad C. McMullen E. Nicholson M. Vencill R. Lawrence G. Munsey L. Morrow R. Logan F. Wlllson F. King C. Moore X. Kelley G. Blackford J. Snoderly E. Horn R. Houston Page Ninety-two HIGH SCHOOL The following' officers were elected for the Sophomore and Freshmen classes for the year. Sophomoresz President, Lois Barrett: vice-president Mildred Hollensbeg secretary-treasurer. LaRue Robey g sponsor, Miss Violette Hunter. Freshmen: President, Helen Dougang vice-president, Alice Thorn hilly secretary-treasurer, Milclrecl Ballah: sponsors, Leroy Nelson and Sarah Moore. l 1 2 5 Q l N. Carr V. Conrad L. F'!i.I'l'?ll' A Thornhill R. Deardorff L. Meade Hull Thompson Dezirdorff Sallee Hnrdisty Dougan Hartman C. Robey E. Latimer 4 . T' M ildward E. Loch M. Ca rr Sallee Nichols Prize Shanks ' . L. Barrett V. Davison E. Vvilliams D. Munsey D. Dougan M. Hollensbe G. Belt H. Gates P. Collins E. Ivfitchell O. Teague M. Ballah N. Richey L. Courtney P. Scott S. Martin H. Rohey Page Ninety-three Page Ninety-four Petite Fleur All-petite fleui' Comme vous etes belle Avec vos petales parfaits! I1 11'y a rieu Du monde eutier Qui exprime mieux La puissance de Dieu. -Ruth feizsen, 1930 L'Arc-en-Ceil Les enfants coureut pele-mele Quand ils voieut l'a1'e-en-ciel. Ils sont aussi joyeux Comme les petits oiseaux Qui chantent, apres la pluie. -lllarsvfla Hong Repos Au pied cle la colline Au coucher du Soleil je vis une scene trzmquille: Une plaiue cle vert Autour d'uu petit lac, Ou les arbres se reflechissaient Dans l'eau limpide et claireg Des chevaux mzmgeaient 1'herbe Ou se couchaieut eu ruminaut Les ombres tombaieut Sur les colliues loiutaiues Tout le monde allait se reposer. -Grace ZW01'v'is, lzfcm, 193 1930 QRGANIZATIONS THE STUDENT COUNCIL 1 ,A GORDON LEE TROTTER VIOLETTE HUNTER President of the Student Body Vice-President of the Student Body The purpose of the Student Council is to promote and regulate student activities, to give experience in self-government and training in useful citizenship, and to act as a medium between the student body and the administrative authority of the College. This year, marking the eighth milestone in the development of student government in this College, has been a year of satisfactory progress, of loyal student support, and of sincere co-operation from administrative authorities of the College. At the begin- ning of the spring quarter Clarence Worley, of Grant City, was elected vice-president of the organization. At this time Gordon Trotter, president, accepted a teaching position in Flat River, and Violette Hunter, vice-president, became president of the Student Council. MENIBERS SENIOR JUNIOR SOPHOMORE Marthe Herridge P. A. Sillers Wilbur Stalcup Cecil Young Catherine Wray Geraldine Hunt Lawrence Shaffer Mildred Sandison Erman Barrett W. P. Green Newly elected members: Gertrude Wray, Margaret Conner, Wendell Culp, Dan Blood. ,, ,jf , 5 Y , ..., ..., ... r N1 .. ' ., ' l I s e . VY : ,:i -I 1 L .HE .4 '- H, n--fs -- -A 1 at . Y- 1.-. -.- Y , ivy ..-,. .. -, . ,-.. . .. -.,.....J V Young Herridge Shaffer Sillcrs VVray Barrett Sandison Stalcup Hunt Green I-'age Ni nety-seven lWlEMBERSHIP Y. W. C. A. The .Young Women's Christian Association is a member of the national organiza- tion, which is a member of a world-wide association. The local chapter is the oldest on the campus, in fact, it was organized a year before the present administration building was erected. It boasts a membership of 125 girls, who are united in a desire to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. The Y. W. C. A. entertained during the year for three distinguished guests: Miss Fern Babcock, the Southwestern Regional Y. W. Secretaryg Miss Feriha Fehmy, a Turkish student at Park College, who came in connection with a World Fellowship project, and Miss Margaret Reed, from London, who spent two days on the campus, speaking on world problems, especially those of present-day India. Other activities of the Y. W. C. A. have included a Big Sister party, the packing of a Christmas box for the Welfare Board, and the organization of the Girl Reserves in the College High School. l Lola Acklin Patricia Arnold Georgia Beever Gencveieve Bucher Milclred Campbell Hildred Cook Berniece Crockett Clarice DeShazer Alpha Nell Dowell Helen Elliott Alma. Finney Avis Glenn Elizabeth Groby Bessie Hall Lola Mae Haynes Mildred Jacobs Reve File Mary Kidwell Edna Kate Mackey Roma McGinnis Katherine Virginia Myers Sarah Moore Dolores Mozingo Mary Pistole Betty Selecman Lela Mae Shreve Dorothy Smith Anna Mae Tingler Marguerite Ulmstead Alta M. VVithrow Emma Yeo Ruth Money Lois Adams Mary Barbour Vera Billups Berneice Chapman Marjorie Cole Gladys Opal Cooper Esthel Dack Doris Lea Donner Miriam Dysart Helen Emry Ruth Fotliergill lncz Griffin Miriam Groomer Thelma Fern Hall Esther Hensleigh Dorothy Jackson Lillian Kent Marie Kent Juanita Marsh Mildred Meclsker Virginia N. Myers Una Moore Oletha Nelson Elizabeth Price Eleanor Nicholas Lenore Shunk Lorine Stncki Mary Margaret Tur Opal Fern Wallace Lorene VVarner Louise Whitt Izeyl Dack Hel' Mary Lou .Appleman Louise Barnard Beulah Brand Velma Cartel' Velma Colter ' Berneicc Constable Hazel DeAtley Lucille Doughty Amy Ehersole Florine Fansher Grace Gallatin NVil1na Griffin Arrie Ann Freeland Isabelle Hamlin Marthe I-lerridge Mary Margaret James Katherine Kibbe Marie Larson Lenore Martin Lois McCrary Hazel Moore Lucille Mitchell Ida Beth Newlon Nettie Price Clara May Shartzer Elizabeth Swaney Lora, Tudder Doris Wilsoli Hazel XVygal Marjorie Hackett Ella Cloud Page Ninety- eight I 4 MISS DE LUCE Pres'ident .,,,.....,.,,,,,, Vice-I'rcsiclcnt ........ Secretary .................... Trer1su1'er .............,..,.,,,, I'7'ugv'c1m Clluirmzrn .......,,., IIICWII-IIl37'SlI'f'1l Clmirmmz S0cif1lScrvfic'c .... , .......... World Fel IOIUSII i I7 ....,.......... Freslmuzrn- Cummissimzr ......... Soc-i-nl Clfhaizwzlm .......... Publicity ........................ Rest Roo-nz ....... Pirmist .......,,.... ,.... ..... Song Leader .,............... . AZ'Il1ll7ICl6 Scmwtary ..,... 3 Ml 5. H vi H xxx, I lzllll G I Y. W. C. A. FACULTY fXDVISERS MISS BRUMBAUGH -n .EA 551' V 2. : I -.::, r T .. zlfff' . MISS SMITH .........VIOLETTE HUNTER ........REBEKAI-I BOTKIN .......MARGARET CONNER ....,.,...LORINNE HARRIS .......DOROTI-IY WINGER .......IMOGENE WOOLF ........VIRGINIA MORGAN DOAK ...........EVELYN EVANS ....,...KATHERINE GRAY ......,..WINIFRED TODD .,........NEOTHA GRIFFIN ........,,,.GERALDINE HUNT ...WDARLENE SCHNEIDER FLORENCE STANLEY 36? Q sf I . ya 5 Su, ,, ,, , V I V . ' A , . P? .I I v 4 L N 'I' . - .I - ,, I H ff F' If P Hunter Botkin Conner Harris Hunt Doak NVinger Morgan Evans b Woolf GYHY Todd Schneider Griffin Page Ninety-nine Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. C. A. is not merely another activity, membership in which will give one another opportunity to get his name in the College annualg it is a fellowship. The organization at the College has for its purpose the fostering of religious atmosphere on the campus. While the "Y" has this year been handicapped by lack of a satisfactory meeting time, it has proved worthwhile for those who have taken part in its activities. A stunt carnival, sponsored by the Y. M. during the fall quarter and attended by some seventy- five men of the College, enabled new students to become acquainted and afforded every- one present an evening of wholesome recreation. According to the custom of the past, plans are being laid for Y. M. gospel teams again this spring and summer. Several dates have already been arranged with churches in the county, and the prospects are good for a successful season. Y. M. C. A. President ................ ........................ A LLEN DOAK V'ice-Presiirlcm ....,.,. ........ T HOMAS LAWRENCE .ERMAN BARRETT Sccrctnryf ......................................... ........... Treasuvm' ........................................... ......... C LARENCE WORLEY CILCl1:7'7I'Lll"IlA Proymm Committee ......... .......... L AWRENCE WRAY Ohafirman Social Commfittee .......... ...... L AWRENCE SHAFFER Pianist ...,......................................... .............. W ILLIAM ALSUP h D k Lawrence B331-err Worley Wray Shaffer Alsup Page One Hundred' I' LIBRARY FORCE "The great consulting room of a Wise man is a library. When I am in perplexity about life, I have but to come here, and without fee or reward, I commune with the wisest souls that God has blest the world with. If I want a discourse on immortality, Plato comes to my help. If I want to know the human heart, Shakespeare opens all its chambers. Whatever be my perplexity or doubt, I know exactly the great man to call to me, and he comes in the kindest way, he listens to my doubts and tells me his convictions. "The man who is fond of books is usually a man of lofty thought, of elevated opinions. A library is the strengthener of all that is great in life and the repeller of what is petty and mean, and half the gossip of society would perish if the books that are truly worth reading were but read."-George Dawson. Lib1'c1r-ifm .............,........ .............,....,....... C . E. WELLS Assistant Librarian ...... ....... L UCILE BRUMBAUGH Mr. Wells Bucher Mitzel Moore Miss Brumbaugh Nelson - Porterfield Gex Morris Conner Page One Hundred One r-- . , RESIDENCE HALL BOARD Residence Hall is a self-governing body composed of about one hundred girls. The officers are elected at the first of each school year, and one representative from each class is elected to represent the four classes on the Hall Board. House meetings are held every two weeks where the girls may bring up any prob- lems which they wish to discuss before the House. Announcements are also made at these meetings. An active social life is sponsored, including dinners, teas, and dances. OFFICERS 1'9'1f3idg91.t ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, .,...... I SABEL MCDANIEL Vice-Prcsidcizl ,......., ....... P AULINE WALKER Sccl'ctm'1j .....,................. .......l........... R UBY DOAK Tl'L?flfS'lH'6'7' ..,....................... ........... J UANITA MARSH Smrim' RC1Jl'CSC1Z'tll-f'fL'C ....... ........ V IOLETTE HUNTER Jvunirn' Representative ,.,.......... .,.. - .............,................................ L ORINNE HARRIS Supltovnowz Rclwesmlifflvfires ...l.... ..,.... K ATHERINE GRAY, MARGARET LINDLEY l1"rcsh1nfm Itcprcserzftat-tres ....,.... ................ M ILDRED JACOBS, LOIS MCCRARY r , ,. . K. v ,. wg V M 5 M .A . , x. McDaniel Walker Dpak V Hunter Marsh Jacobs V Harris Lindley McCrary Gray Page One Hundred Two Y 1' . PI GAMMA MU The Pi Gamma Mu, national honorary fraternity devoted to the social sciences, was founded at Winfield, Kansas, in 1924. The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is the inculcation of the ideals of scholarship, scien- tific attitude, and method and social service in the study of all social problems. It is not organized to oppose or advocate any particular social movement. It rather aims to instill into the mind of the individual a scientific attitude toward all social questions. The motto is: "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." The Missouri Beta Chapter was established July 29, 1927, at the Northwest Missouri State Teachers' Collegej Maryville, Missouri, with thirty-five charter members. There are now ninety-eight active chapters. FACULTY MEMBERS President Lamkin O. M. Mehus T. H. Cook Dr. I-I. G. Dildine Dr. Henry A. Foster E. W. Mounce Elizabeth White A. J. Cauffield Mabel Clair Winburn C. E. Wells STUDENT NIEMBERS Hildred Cook Doyle Smith Marian Nicholson Margaret Conner Grace Morris Marthe Herridge Irma Geyer Virginia Tulloch Mrs. L. S. Doughty Viola Brandt Jennie Amthor Mary Ellen Dildine Cecil Young Mildred Wiles Mr. Cook Geyer Mr. Mehus Morris Mr. Cauffield Dr. Foster Nicholson Young Doughty Dr. Dildine Qjzi Page One Hundred Three 4 l l Ld THE DRAMATIC CLUB Faculty Director .....................,,,,.. ,,,,..,. O RVILLE C, MILLER Student Direclm' of Drawnufics ...., ,. .....A.,..,, CLINTON O. MORRIS The past year of Dramatic Club has witnessed production of the customary number of one-act plays and programs before the club membership and audiences in Maryville and surrounding communities. It has also marked the adoption of two new policies. A Dramatic Council of club members has been made the governing body of the club. All public productions of the club are now under the direct supervision of the Faculty Director until the night of presentation, when full charge is given to the Student Director and the Faculty Director sits in the audience. This year five such perform- ances have been given: "The Thirteenth Chair," thrilling mystery drama by Bayard Veiller, as annual fall play: Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House," as Newman Club benefit: Miller and Milton's "Charm School," and Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew," as senior class play of the College High School and College, respectively, and the seven- minute color fantasy, "The Fountain of Youth," produced as the prize-winning number of the artistic section of Campus Comedies. THE DRAMATIC COUNCIL ' CLINTON MORRIS I'rcs'Ldcnt ..............,....... Programs ...............,......... Platform Roaming ......... Solo Dcmcfiny .......,....... Music ....,.............,.,..,. Staging ............. Ll'1'casm'cr, ....... . Secretary ......... Publicity ....... ARRIE ANN FREELAND ,.........BETTY SELECMAN ................CLEOLA DAWSON .........CARL LeROY FISHER ..........BURL ZIMMERMAN i......MARTI-IE HERRIDGE ......,...MARTHA WYMAN .....,......RUTH FLOREA Mr. Miller Florea Morris Wyman Zimmerman Dawson Selecman Fisher Herridge Freeland Page One Hundred Four THE WRITERS' CLUB The Wfriters, Club, composed of students interested in creative writing, was organized in 1927. Two acceptable manuscripts admit students to mem- bership. The informal essay has received special attention this year. Some manuscripts have been published. Some of the members have been successful with their poetry. Four new members have been voted into the club this year and a number of students have submitted one manuscript for approval. Manuscripts have been received from former members for criticism and suggestions. The English faculty members act as sponsors of the club. They have given invaluable aid and inspiration to the organization by their advice and presence at meetings. ,iw , i i l l H. l Saudison Bucher England Westfall Tulloch Wo1'ley Moore Newlon Florea Glenn Page One Hundred Five SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB SPONSORS DR. HENRY A. FOSTER T. H. COOK DR. H. G. DILDINE 0. MYKING MEHUS C. E. WELLS A. J. CAUFFIELD OFFICERS - FALL AND WINTER SPRING President ,..............., ....... D OYLE J. SMITH ...........,,........ GRACE MORRIS Vice-I'rcS'iflm1t ......... ...,.., I RMA GEYER ..............,............. .MILDRED W'ILES Secrctwy .........,......................,....... MARGARET CONNER .........,,. ADA FAIRE SUTTON T1'ccLsm'cr ........................,............... MRS. L. S. DOUGI-ITY ........,.... VIOLA BRANDT The Social Science Club, which was organized in 1923, has been at worthwhile factor in the development of interest in modern social questions on the campus. The aim of the club is to give college students a knowledge of social life in other countries, as well as in their own, and to help them interpret their experience through the study of the experiences of others. Q -ct' ' L - , ,I t..- .1 ,..- . ,ls I f .--- --' -- A---fe-A-f -we-+-if ' M1'. Mehus Smith Mr. Cook Dr. Foster Price Mr. Cauffield Smith Russell Collison Matlock Yadon Nicholson Tulloch Geyer Herridge Sutton Woolsey Wells Young Nelson Conner Doughty Brandt WIIGS Page One Hundred Six PRIMARY COUNCIL The Primary Council of the State Teachers' College at Maryville, Mis- souri, was organized on December 4, 1928, under the leadership of Miss Chloe Millikan, primary supervisor. Its purpose is to secure the co-operation of all those interested in primary schools for their betterment, and a closer rela- tionship with the kindergarten and the grades above. SPONSOR ...-.........,........,................. Chloe E. Millikan I OFF1c13Rs 1'i'c.sizIm:f ...............,,.,,,.,..... .,.........,..,..,, ,,... ....,.. I R E NE SMITH Time-P1'zrSiclc'111 ....,..,...........,... ..,..... H AZEL CARR Ser-rcfary mul 7'1'ms1l1'1':' ..,,... ..,..,. U NA MOORE Smith Walker Harris Vifi nger Wymn n Evans Groby Moore Tmgler Carr Mitchell Suetterlin Hefiley Collison Carmichael Bogard Tndder Other members: Jennie Albright, Thesis Norwine. Page One Hundred Seven THE NORTHWEST MTSSOURIAN The official four-page paper of the College, issued every week through the efforts of a selected staff, assisted by the class in journalism and under the guidance ot a faculty member, is known as The Nrn't11111v.vt M'issrrm'iu91.. The College paper is far more than merely a means of publicity for the College. Every week it contains an- nouncements, information, and other data of interest to every student, faculty member, and loyal alumni of the College. Students working on the staff of the paper have opportunity to obtain actual prac- tical newspaper and journalistic training and at the same time are giving service to the College. , The twenty-eight hundred copies which are printed each week are handed out to College students and instructors, and are sent to the homes of the students and to every high school and newspaper office in the nineteen counties in the district. The North- west .llfi.ssmn'ian goes into more than half of the States in the Union and to some for- eign countries. STAFF Editor and Business illmmycr .,.,... .......,.............. ...... M R . STEPHEN G. LA MAR Arlzfcriisiwg and 0il'l,'I!fl'lfiU'll ........ ................ ................... E R MAN BARRETT Ass? Editor and Typisff ,.,......... .............. ....... C L ARENCE WORLEY Ass't Editor cmd Typist ........................................................,.......................................... ORLO SMITH Reporters: William L. Alsup, George Adams, John Smith, Margaret Conner, Margaret Clough, W. P. Green, Nettie Price, Ruth F101-ea, Marthe Herridge, Sarah Moore, Mrs. Mary Kurtz, Violette Hunter, Rebekah Botkin, C. L. Finley, Georgia Moorshead, Norval Sayler, Geneveieve Bucher, George Walter Allen. In as , -we t sis f ' M Q "1 Y " . iwwN9"A , was ,We ' . 1 l l l Mr. Lalvla 1' YVorley Price B31'l'Q tt Smith Moore Botkin Bucher Herridge Hunter Conner Sayler Florea Allen Moorshead Page One Hundred Eighf H. S. U. In the fall of 1925 the boys who assist at the College Cafeteria held a meeting for the purpose of creating an organization. Officers were elected and the name, Hash Slingers' Union, was adopted. This year the group became an official organization. The ambitions of the organization are: To create a spirit of good fellowship, to establish a lasting memory of friendships, to promote a greater spirit of unity among its members, to inspire a deep interest in college activities, and to be a medium by which higher social and moral standards may be maintained. I '1'cs'i 111:11 1' ,.... ....... . ..... Sponsor ..........-..............................--..-----.,--.-.-.-,-----..-. M. W. VVILSON OFFICERS ........LAWRENCE SHAFFER YOUNG Vice-1Jrcs'idcnI ........... .. Sccrnlrl ry-7'rcrl.s1.1'rw' ..... Surgeon I-uf-.fl rnmn.. Lawrenre Shal'l'er Allen Doak llflurvin Johnson Riley Davison Victor Mahood ........ALLEN DOAK A. SILLERS lVlEMBERs Cecil Young P. A. Sillers Elton Hall Marion Guilliams Lee Dunham . Eugene Mmmck Leroy Nelson MacDonald lil,-:dorf Shaffer Doak Young Mr. Wilson Sillers Minnick Hall Guilliams Egdorf Nelson Davison Dunham Johnson Page One Hundred Nine ART CLUB QA CLUB organized to provide ecreation through the fine arts and To stimulate interest in the beautiful. COLORS-Blitz? and Gold The Fine Arts Club, which was organized in September, 1926, is the oldest depart mental organization on the campus. It maintains membership in the national organ ization of the American Federation of Arts. It aims to promote a broader and mole appreciative knowledge of art. SPONSORS ......... ......... N Iiss DeLuce and Miss Hopkins OFFICERS . Fall Winter Spring Pf'6SH7f'W1'f: ------,---'------- . .---- Helena Goslee ' Emily Martin Grace Leach V100-P1'U-S'1'flGlI1f ................. ...... C aroline Heffley Dorothy Winger Una Moore SCC'9'CfUI'!!-T1'6'fISIl1'Gf' ....- .. .,.... Eleanor Nicholas Margaret Lindley Olga McKee MEMBERS Helena Goslee Jean Bowen Grace Leach Elizabeth Edwards Emily Martin Una Moore lilleanor Nicholas Mary Collison Dorothy XVinger Dorothy Bahh Margaret Lindley Hazel Carr Olga D. McKee Martin Winger Goslee Collison Carr Lindley Bowen Nicholas Babb Leach Moore McKee Edwards Page One Hundred Ten THE LAW CLUB Although the Law Club is a new organization on the campus this year, it has proved itself to be one of the live organizations in school. It had its beginning early in the fall quarter, when Clinton Morris called a meeting of all students in the College interested in the study of law. Mr. E. W. Mounce, the club's faculty sponsor, was present at this initial meeting. Clinton Morris, T. R. Hooper, and Wilbur Heekin were selected as a committee to draw up a constitution. This constitution was adopted and the club officially organized at its first regular meeting September 25, 1929. Regular meetings are held twice monthly. The purpose of the club is stated in the preamble to the constitution: "The or- ganization of the Law Club is perfected for the purpose of promoting a feeling of good fellowship and co-operation among its members, to encourage interest in the spirit and the letter of the law, to sponsor public discussion and debate, and to promote the gen- eral welfare of its members." The activities of the club to carry out these aims have proved well worth while for the members. Besides much experience in speaking and parliamentary procedure, four mock trials have been conducted publicly during the year. One of these trials was presented before the assembly Wednesday morning February 5, 1929. Officers for the winter quarter were: T. R. Hooper, presidentg Lawrence R. Brown, vice-presidentg Wilbur Heekin, parliamentariang Clinton Morris, secretary-treasurer. Charter members are: T. R. Hooper, Clinton O. Morris, Wilbur B. Pettigrew, Lawrence R. Brown, Wilbur Heekin, Ellsworth G. Henkins, Arthur K. Jackson, Lowell Bowen, Leonard Riley, Merlin Groom, Orville Kelim. Russell Noblet, Dean L. Rybolt, and Harold H. Houston. New members taken in after organization are: Ernest Stalling, Clarence Woolsey, Stanley Gex, and George Walter Allen. ' sen i N it . sawn. mf-. , 5,..,,: ,Q , we ' -. tr , 1 " , , ' " 'if 5, as- via 1 I ' gi' .-'iw .-mx. l r , V, - I 7 , 4 ,r , .. ' ' ' WJ" il 4 Q LL: f . i ' ' ' Y ' y rg '1 .1 - A K. . , . . Yj Hooper Hcekin Morris Pettigrew liybolt VVoolsey Henkms Gex Kelim Noblet Brown Groom Stalling Houston Riley ' A Page One Hundred Eleven CLUB OFFICERS l'rcsicIe11t ,........... ................,.,.... .............,. C A RL KING V'iz:c-1'1'cSi1Icv:f ....... ....,.., W ENDELL CULP Sccrclcmry ............ .......,,,,,.,,.,.... H , FISCHER Treasurer ............... ................. J AMES SEELEY SC"'!lf'Ullf'llf':U'lllS .....,......,..... A...................,....................,...........................,...... R OBERT WESTFALL The birth of the "M" Club dates back to the fall of 1922, when a group of college letter men, wishing to create and maintain a friendlier feeling among the athletes of S. T. C. and their fellow college rivals, brought into being the "M" Club, which was destined to become by the year 1929-1930 one of the liveliest organizations of S. T. C. Any man of the college student body who has won his letter in any one of the three major sports, football, basketball, or track, is eligible to become a member of this organization. Today, there are twenty active members. During the present school year the "MU members have played a major part in creating the championship spirit. The Club has furnished a room at the gymnasium for the use of the members and "M" Club alumni. Front Row-Bruce, Duse, King, C. Smith, Stalcup, Russell, Hall, Sillers. A Second Row-Coach Davis, Search, Hodge, Culp, Dowell, McKee, Seeley, Coach Ibn. Third Row-Fischer, Iba, Daniels, Westfall, Mahood, J. Smith. Page One Hundred Twelve PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL OFITICERS Prcgideizi ,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,.......A.,..,,......... ......................... E V ELYN EVANS Recording Sccrr:tm'y ,.,....,,,., ....... G EORGIA ELLEN TRUSTY C07'l'CS1I0lldlIlf1 S1'crclury .,....., ...,................ G ERTRUDE WRAY Treasurer ..,.,........,,...,..,......... .....,,...,............. ......... P A ULINE VVALKER SPONSOR HETTIE M. ANTHONY The Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of a faculty sponsor, the- presi- de1It and a representative of the two sororities. The president and the spon- sor of the organization are a sorority president and sponsor, the two sorori- ties alternating yearly. The council legislates upon rushing and pledging and the standards of scholarship required of sorority members. The study of the code of ethics and the A. E. S. constitution has comprised the work for this year. ' EXLPHA SIGMA ,ALPHA SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA EVELYN EVANS GEORGIA ELLEN TRUSTY GERTRUDE WRAY PAULINE WALKER MARTHA PFEIFFER HELEN SLAGLE r,,l..,.g,1.- . , . i -1 u - Miss Anthony Evans Trusty Walker W1'ay Page One Hundred Thirteen PI OMEGA PI BETA CHAPTER OFFICERS l'7'US'ilIC'Nf ..........,... ....... O LATI-IA SUETTERLIN Vice-Presidcni ......... ,,,,,,.. L AVVRENCE SHAFFER S6'C1'0iCll'1! ....-.--... ...,....... 1 MOGENE WOOLF T'1'GfLSlH'UI' --v--.- ....,.., T HELMA ROBERTSON SPONSORS MR. E. W. MOUNCE MISS MINNIE B. JAMES Pi Omega Pi, honorary commercial fraternity, was organ- ized ,Iune 13, 1923, at Kirksville, Missouri. There are now fif- teen chapters, with a membership of more than six hundred. The Beta Chapter has eighty-four membersg fourteen of them are active. New members have been taken in during tl1e year. Aside from its regular meetings, the chapter has sponsored several social functions, such as luncheons, line parties, initia- tions, dinner parties. A national convention was held December 28, 1929, in the Stevens Hotel at Chicago, Illinois. This fraternity has high scholastic standards. Its purpose is to create interest in commerce and to foster scholarship and high ethical standards in business and professional life. Page One Hundred Fourteen PI OMEGA PI OFFICERS, 1930-1931 Prcsidcvzf .............. ............ . .. ............................... ...,... T HELMA ROBERTSON Vive-Presizlcvzf .,,,,,.,, .......v. O LATHA SUETTERLIN Secretary .............. ................ I MOGENE WOOLF Treasurer ,,.,,.,,,.,,.,.,..,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,...,,,,,,, ,,.,,.,.,.,A.,....,...............,...,..................,......,.... M ARY KIDWELL A "George VVashington" party was sponsored by the chapter, February 22, for all those majoring or minoring in the Department of Commerce and Business Administration. A number of students and the faculty sponsors were there. The entertainment consisted of a play, "George VVashington's First Defeat," a minuet dance, and the Virginia Reel, which was danced by all present. Shaffer Suetterlin Trotter Robertson Dietz Kidwell Smith Sandison Null Woolf Pistole Page One Hundred Fifteen ALPHA CHAPTER OF KAPPA OMICRON PHI , , is. , ffl ! fi I . Q. V I 9 COLORS-E111-bw' red and yellow. SPONSORS MISS HETTIE M. ANTHONY CHAPTER ROLL ACTIVE MEMBERS Gertrude Wray Florence W1'ay Reba Puthuff Helen Slagle Roma McGinnis Estelle Campbell Miss Helen Gwin Josephine Sherman F LOWER-Po ppy. MISS RUTH BLANSHAN PLEDGES Margaret Lindley Ogle McKee Vera Hayes Lois Carroll Lois Tripp Berniece Crockett Helen Cockran Moore Eleanor Nicholas Kahla Ford MOTTO-P1'0U6 all things and hold fast to that wlzfich is true. PUBLICATION-Distaff CHAPTER-Fourteen A dive jl46'I'I1b6'7S p Kappa Omicron Phi, national honorary professional home economics Sorority, was founded at the Northwest Missouri State Teachers' College Maryville, Missouri, December ii, 1922. Page One Hundred Sixteen KAPPA OMICRON PHI At the beginning of each spring term, Kappa Omicron Phi elects new officers. They hold office until the following fall term, when another elec- tion is held. NVCYC I PI'f'SlflC1lff ....,.... JAY WCG-P1'nSilIm1 f .,..... Nccrcfnry ......... Trcaszzrcr ........ The new officers elected at the beginning of this spring term ........ JOSEPHINE SHERMAN - ....... ....... E STELLE CAMPBELL PUTHUFF gems Q -v :es 1 4 Miss Anthony Wray Miss Blanshan Slagle Miss Gwin Campbell McGinness Jay Sherman Puthuff W1'ay Page O11e Hundred Seventeen SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA I COLORS-Royal Purple and lfl lzifa. FLOWER-Purple Violet. Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded at Virginia State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia, April 20, 1898. It is a national educational sorority with chapters in accredited normal schools, teachers' colleges. and educational departments of universities. Alpha Epsilon was installed at Northwest Mis- souri State Teacliers' College, March 18-20, 1927. SPONSORS MISS HETTIE M. ANTHONY P1'0si11e11I ........... . OFFICERS l'u-0-Prcszdeni ...................... O'0rrc.Qpnmliug Sccrelary ......... Reenrflioig SGC7'Cll'I7'2l ..,....... 7'rcas'ure1' .......... .. ..... S ...,..,... . Triangle Omvcspomlem ...,.... Sergcfm Z-rr f'A'l'1llS ............. Pauline Walker Grace Gallatin Rebekah Botkin Herrnene Baur Mary Alice Jones Helen Slagle Mary Ellen Dildine Esther McMurry CHAPTER ROLL Georgia Ellen Trusty Hazel Moore ' Mildred Sandison Eunice Cox Verna Houghton Faye Bogard Geraldine Hunt Marzella Clary Caroline Heffley Page One Hundred Eighteen MISS NELL HUDSON ...MGEORGIA ELLEN TRUSTY ,.........,....PAULINE WALKER .v.....,iMARZELLA CLARY ......MARY ELLEN DILDINE ...........MILDRED SANDISON ........MERYLE SHAMBERGER ..........,..,..LUCILE SHELBY Margaret Lindley Velma Dowis Lucile Shelby Maud Ella LaMar Estelle Campbell Meryle Shanaberger Minnietta Knox Violette Hunter SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA sz' m fx Miss Hudson Trusty Sandison XValker Clary Miss Anthony Hunter Campbell Slagle IN'IL'IVIlll'I'Y .Tones Hunt Botlcin Moore Dilcline Gallatin Dowis Houghton L:1Max' Cox Lindley Bogarcl Sh!-ll'l'lh9l'gG!' Shelby Bam' Knox Heffley Page Ono Hundred Nineteen ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA CoLoRs-Pearl IfVlzite and C1'li7l'lS07l,' Palm- Green and I'Vlziz'e. FLOWERS-A.vters, Jonquils. Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded in 1901 at the Virginia State Normal School. Its chapter roll includes four-year teachers' colleges and schools of education in universities. The sorority had its beginning in Maryville as Lambda Phi, but April 19, IQ28, it changed from a local to a national organization and became the Phi Phi Chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha. SPONSOR MISS NELL MARTINDALE PATRONESSES Mrs. R. C. Person Mrs. Chas. A. Haggard Mrs. Clun Price Mrs. U. G. Whiffen OFFICERS Presidcni. ..................... ....... . ...- .......... .......... E VELYN EVANS V11cc-Presiden-I ................. lfccorcling Secretary ...... . .... . Correspomling Secretary ....... Treasurer .............. . ............... . Ohczplain ......... Regvisirav' ......... Editor ....... Gertrude Wray Evelyn Evans Irene Smith Alberta Kunkel Martha Pfeiffer Clara May Shartzer Vashti Conn Mary Margaret James Mary Ethel Oliver Mildred Medsker Pige One Hundred Twenty CHAPTER ROLL Imogene Woolf Betty Selecman Thesis Norwine Karol Oliphant Martha Wyman Virginia Myers Ruth Cook Marian Gann Vail Mary Powell .........GERTRUDE WRAY OLIPHANT SMITH ...........ISABEL MCDANIEL .........MARTHA PFEIFFER ............JUANITA MARSH ........BETTY SELECMAN Mary Wray Kurtz Hildred Fitz Juanita Marsh Isabel McDaniel Katherine Gray Margaret Sutton Annamae Adams Betty Hickernell Sylvia Glauser ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA I f , 5- 'I J a ,, r K I, ,i :gif F' 5 5- K ' X , , 5 'f ' . it' l . -- -1 il if? yo A fl yn- vm x V .fr-9 q ' ' x ' lf' iw. ge I , , '- ' 2 Auf Q "9?"i?'r f Q . , 5 iii-iuf gk lx 3 if Miss Martindrlle Evans Oliphant Selecmnn Pfeiffer Gm y 'YX7l'2.Y James VVooIf Hickernell Myers NVyman Smith liarsh Conn Shartzer Kunkel Sutton Cook Oliver Powell Medskex' sh: 'V ' 1 sf 1 'f A ,, by , x pw! a Li Q' "1 swf Y um-Ms., . as ,.faf.p. AK. Migfgb--A: WW -. . W ,ML , -9 j,. ss 'vs Q15sg,s.', , 2132? g,2,,fJy" 5355! McDaniel Vzlll Adams Page One Hundred Twenty-one SIGMA TAU GAMMA T H ET A C H A PT E R A national social fraternity limited to teachers' colleges, founded at Warrensbuxg in 1920. Theta Chapter was installed in 1927 from a local organized group of men students. 0F1f1c12Rs-1930-1931 Pri:-Sidmlf ..,......,.. ....,, G EORGE ADAMS Sl'1'I'C'f1lI'jl ......... .,.,,,. D AN BLOOD Vficc'l'1'c's'icIm1I ....... ,...,..... I-I . FISCHER Tl'UllSIlI'l'l' .,... ,...,,,, W , P, GREFN MR. ROY A. KINNAIRD SPONSORS MR. EARL A. DAVIS Mr. Davis Trotter Minnick Barrett Scott Sayler Bricken Page One Hundred Twenty-two Green Smith Null Russell Houghton Smltli Bgrnes Bruce Rucker Harris W oods Egdorf Limpp XVilson McQuar3- I". VV. Null If'r:nnli Moore Gordon Trotter Lewis Moulton Vl'ilson C?ll'U'l' Marion Guilliunis George Adams IX0lllllflh Greeson Daniel Blood liolzinfl llusscll Leslie N. Rrickcn Virgil McQuui'y Norval Suyler .lolin Smith H, Fisclim' SIGMA TAU GAMMA Aciiiviz MEMBERS Xvailter Mutz Cliairles Chapman VV. I-'. Gwen Forest Eckert Cecil Young l+'rederick Barlnee Gilbert Harris Earl Dusv Xvendell Culp MacDonald Eprdorf Eugene 'Minnick LeRoy Nvoods Kenneth l.a'zu'nes Carol Russell Russell YVhil.e 'F' Adams Fisvhur Blood Carter Loucks Culp Barbee Mulz Hzirnl-s Chapman Dust? Young Guilliunis Greeson Evkert zffm vu f W -' fm, VVill'vnr Stulcup lloherl Edw:-lrds Orlo NV. Smith l"rzinklyn Loucks P. A. Sillers ldrmzin Bzirrett Nolan Bruce Floyd Houghton C. 11. Stilwell NVeiltor YVilson Earl Limpp John Rucker Malcolm Barnes Horace 'liorchers Mr. Kinnaird Moore liussull Sillors Sin lcup Stilwell Edwards Page One Hundred Twenty-Lhxee THE TOWER STAFF REBEKAH BOTKIN ORLO W. SMITH Editor-in-Chief Business Manager The staff of the 1930 annual has attempted in the Stroller edition of the Tower to catch a bit of the friendly spirit on the campus and preserve it in such a way that those who turn through the pages may be constrained to say, "That was a good year, Wasn't it?" and "This makes me think of--" Many not on the staff assisted and to them the Staff extends thanks, mentioning especially Miss Olive DeLuce, Lewis. Israel, Dorothy Winger, Clarence Worley, Violette Hunter, Ruth Florea, Gordon Trotter, Gladys Cooper, and Beatrice Puckett. Associate Enlwltm' .............................,...............,....................,...............,.,,........... MILDRED SANDISON 0rgun,'L:cLtfiofr1- Erlilrn' .......................,...,.,........ .......,.............................. E LEANOR MONTGOMERY Literary Editor ............ ................. C ATHERINE WRAY Art Ezlfilm' ,....,,........... ...................... E MILY MARTIN Fmmrc Editor ....,i.... . ........ GEORGE ADAMS Athletic Editor ,,,............. ........... W ENDELL CULP Athlctfic Edilor .................. . ............ .IUANITA MARSH S0lJlI.ll7lHl'l'U :lS8i8ffl7lf ......... t........ G ERALDINE HUNT Soplwmurc A..ss'iNIf1nI ......... .........................,........ M ARTHA WYMAN Soplwmorc flsslslrml ......... ,.,........... ................................... D A N BLOOD Sponsor' ......,........... ......... M R. M. W. VVILSON Montgomery Wray Adams Sandison Martin Wyman Culp Marsh Blood Hunt Page One Hundred Twenty-four -.. THE STROLLER Just been wondering what they would have called this book if they had built old S. T. C. without any towers. Why did they ever want tos crowd this page in here behind the organizations and opposite the Tower Staff? A person can't stretch herself either way. Wouldn't you like to know the story that is behind some of those snap- shots over on page 126? It is a good thing that the Stroller has a few more lives than the office cat, for his curiosity might kill him. Why wouldn't this be a good time to get next to this Tower staff anyway? The Stroller knows a good joke on the editor-in-chief, but if it doesn't get put in!well, you know about these editors-in-chief. Then, there is the business manager. Smitty says when he finishes his business managing he is going to set up a drug store busi- ness and specialize in lipstick-the transparent kind, you know. The Stroller is happy to know that Wendell Culp is not depressed in spirit. He seems to realize that things could be worse, for not every girl who goes out to take a position can get back to Maryville every night. That was a pretty good one about Emily Martin, the art editor, who has scattered all the drawings around so promis- cuously in these pages. Just about as soon as she had all the drawings made, she enrolled for a course in art appreciation. The Stroller would not be so cruel as to suggest that she might have done it in order to be able to appreciate her efforts, but again, the Stroller is curious. What do you suppose a feature editor does? George has been known to keep some late hours at work, but the Stroller has recently learned that it wasn't feature editing he was doing at all, but, rather, he was taking a course in Old Testament History. The Stroller really had not ought fapologies to his English teacherb to feel the way he does toward the efficient associate editor, but, you know, it rather got under his skin that day when she found Miss Sandison delving into the Stroller's past. Mr. Stroller thought everyone understood that he was the only one who possesses a search warrant for pasts. Of course, the Stroller doesn't have a past, but, well, you never can be sure that a. woman is going to keep a secret. Several have been wanting to know who the Stroller really is, anyway. She has never told this before, but just between you and me and the bookmark, his name begins with an S and ends with an R! And sometimes he is Miss S-R and sometimes Mr. SZR. The only reason that can be assigned for his masculine appearance in the Tower is the fact that Emily Martin said, "Oh, dear! I just can't draw a lady Stroller!" The Stroller has always noticed Emily's fondness for men. Sad, isn't it, bllt the Stroller doesn't know anything about the pasts of Misses Marsh, Montgomery, and Wray, the remaining three splinters in the staff, and he really hasn't time to make up something. Be that as it may, the Stroller will always have a warm place in his heart for the staff members, and she feels that as long as the 7'fl'II'!'I' of 1930 hangs together they will always be near to him. Page One Hundred Twenty-five Y X 3 Q w i 1 MRM, -..1X.,,,,.f QQ,,f,,,.,XL ,.f . , M-K1 . wk.-. . - GQ 1 4 ATHLETICS PHYSICAL EDUCATION The administration of the college has realized that in order to develop the student mentally his physical qualities must be developed first. For this reason much stress is placed upon the physical education requirements of the college and the state. This is Coach Davis's fourth year on the coaching staff of the college. Before coming here he was at McKendree College, Centenary College, and Missouri lNesleyan, coaching football, basketball. and track. Because of his wide and continued experience his coaching is of the best. This is Coach Iba's first year with the college. He completed almost four years of college work at Wfestminster College. where he starred in all the major sports, but took his B. S. degree from this college in IQ27. I-Ie assumed the mentorship of the athletic teams at Classen High School, Okla- homa City, soon after receiving his degree. After two years of successful coaching there he returned to his Alma Mater as basketball and baseball coach. The result of this coaching staff was a successful football season, an M. I. A. A. basketball championship, a record year for track, and a large majority of the baseball games won. In addition to the coaching staff the physical education department is composed of Dr. George Seikel, Miss Elizabeth jack, and Miss Nell Martindale. Miss Martindale has been a great asset to different organiza- tions of the college and to the college itself. The planning and carrying out of the May Fete, one of the most important activities of the college year, is under the direction of Miss Martindale and Miss Jack. The May Fete of 1929 was one of the largest and most elaborate ever put on by the college. Dr. Seikel is the college physician. He teaches classes in hygiene and anat- omv, also. . E. A. DAVIS HENRY P. IBA Page One Hundred Twenty-nine THE CI-IEER LEADERS At the heginning of each school year, the student body elects three yell leaders. These boys lead the college yells at all athletic events. They direct and encourage pep and entliusiasin. This year Kenneth Greeson was elected cheer leader of the student hody. Two assistant yell leaders, George Adams and Marion Guillianis were chosen at the same time, At every basketball, football, or baseball game, they were ready with true college spirit. M-A M-re Maryville S. T. C. Yea, Rah, Team! .mgaegmmnmn WMWMW N -T MW ,.q,.,amww1-v-X M . zgeiijxj .F?.F?WyM -QT Page One Hundred Thirty GREEN AND WHITE PEPPERS The Green and White Peppers were organized with Karol Oliphant, presidentg Catherine Wray, secretary-treasurer, and Miss Nell Martindale, sponsor. With Miss Martindale as the "man behind the curtain" and Pauline Walker, the top-sergeant, stunts were put on between halves of the athletic events. The squad went through circles that would make a geometry class blush, drills that would tickle an army captain, wand exercises that would make old-time fairy tales seem like western stories, and flashlight parades that looked like night political campaigns. The squad made the trip to Warrensburg with the basketball team. Like ye days of olde When nights were cold, The Bearcats go a-prowlin'! They make the muss, We make the fuss, For we are there a-howlin'! They hit the line And shoot the goal, Their victories we sing aboutp But win or lose, We drop the blues And whoop and yell and shout. Now we are so happy, We do it so snappy, With none we admit as our betters, We are green, it is sure, The white makes us pure, For we are the Green and White Peppers. Top Row-McDaniel, Marsh, Adams, McC1'a1'y, Walker, Geist, Conn, Sutton. Second Row-Heffley, Bruce, YVray, Oliphant, Moore, Wray, Bogard, Evans. Third Row-Trusty, Cox, Clary, Houghton, Jacobs, Shelby, Shartzer. Not in picture-Maud Ella LaMar, pianist. Page One Hundred Thirty-one THE GROWLERS The Growlers this year tried to carry out the purpose they set last year, that of instilling into each student that true M. S. T. C. spirit of "Fight :ern Bearcats." They were at every game and yelled as only an organization that has true college spirit could yell. They are planning great things for next year. OFFICERS President ............. .......... ...........,. I i ENNETH GREESON Vice-Prcsiclewf ...........,.., ....,...... G EORGE ADAMS Secretary-Tren.swlrcr ........ .,,..... F LOYD HOUGHTON BQEMBERS W. Vencill P. Phipps E. Reid H. Hollar E. Agenstein C. Stilwell A. O'Day E. Minnick C. Young L. Shaffer N. Sayler J. Wright K. Greeson F. Houghton L. Nelson S. Beecher V. McQuary E. Dietz V. Geiger F. Larson E. Hall M. Johnson L. Wallace G Adams J. Rucker F. Loucks F. Barbee M. Guilliams Woodburn F. Eckert K. Barnes R. Russell T. Hooper W. Taylor SPONSOR ....... ........ M r. U. G. Whiffen Page One Hundred Thirty-two FGOTBALL FOOTBALL The Bearcat football team, headed by Captains Cecil "Twistcr" Smith and Earl Duse, faced one of its heaviest schedules in 1929. At the beginning of the season, under the coaching of E. A. "Lefty" Davis and with the able assistance of Henry Iba, prospects appeared favorable for a Winning aggregation. The Bearcats completed a successful season, despite the fact that the team was made up almost entirely of new material. They Won three games, tied three and lost two. H. Fischer, Mack Ruth, James Seeley, Robert Hodge, P. A. Siilers and John Smith were frequently men- tioned on all-star teams throughout the country. VVhile the loss of Captains Cecil Smith and Earl Duse, through graduation, will be keenly felt, nineteen lettermen are to return next season: H. Fischer, Xvilbur Stalcup, Frank Daniels, Robert Hodge, Ted Hodgkinson, Mack Ruth, James Seeley, Ryland Milner, Glenn Marr, Vvalter Dowell, P. A. Sillers, Frank Moore, MacDonald Egdorf, Victor Mahood, Oren Hall, George Hall, Earl Barnes. Carol Russell and Robert Westfall. Other members of the 1929 football team who will be back are: L. N. Bricken, Raymond Mitzel, Nolan Bruce, Lee Dunham and Robert Dowell. CONFERENCE GAMES October 18-Maryville .... 7 Springfield ....,...... ..,, 0 November 1-Maryvil'e .... 6 'YVHl'I'0FlS1ll1l'g ....... .... 6 November 28-Maryville ...,,. .... 6 Kirksville ....,..... .... 7 NON-CONFERENCE GAMES October 4-Max-yvil'e ...... ..........,,...............,,,...... 0 Peru Teachers ..,.... .... 0 October 25-Maryvil'e .... 7 St. Benedicts .,.,......... ..., 6 November 8-Mai-yvil'e .... 0 Omaha. University ,..,.. .... 0 November 18-MaLryvil'e .... 6 Rolla Miners ......... .... 3 3 November 22-Maryville .,.. 32 Kearney Teachers ...,.. .... 1 4 M. I. A. A. STANDINGS Won Lost Tied Pct. Kirksville ...... . .... 2 0 1 1-000 Maryville ....... 1 1 1 .500 Springfield . ..... .. 1 1 1 -500 Warrensburg ........ .. 0 2 1 .000 Page One Hundred Thirty-four Half back EARL DUSE Senior Xlfciglit 170 Pounds His leadership and excellent playing helped this co-captain lead his team through a very successful season. The college loses Duse by graduation this year. Full back CECIL MrixXVlS'l'ERu SMITH Senior Wfeiglit 155 Pounds "TwisteI"' was a co-captain of the Bearcat team this year. He will be greatly missed from the line-up next year. I-Iis broken backfield running and consistent end runs always made gains. Center FRANK Mooiui Soplioinore Wfeiglit 175 Pounds Frank played a successful season at center. His determina- tion and fight enabled him to plunge through the opp0nent's line with resultant gains. End JOHN SMITH Junior XVeight I75 Pounds His tackling and spiking ability was of veteran style. He won distinction through his ability to receive passes. John is expected to be back next year. Page One I-Inndl-ed Thirty-five Halfback FRANK DAN1ELs junior Nlfeight 195 Pounds Frank was a good broken field runner and hit the line fast and hard. His sensational gains carried the Maryville ball over the line. Guard VICTOR "VIC" MAI-1ooD Sophomore Wfeight 195 Pounds "Vic" proved to be a valuable asset to the Bearcat team. He could be depended upon to be in for his share of the fight. Quarterback H. FISCHER Sophomore W' eight 160 Pounds This is "I-I's" second year with the Bearcats. His teamwork, clean playing, and steady effort placed him on the M. I. A. A. all-state team this year at quarterback position. Halfback CAROL "RUNT" RUSSELL junior XV eight 138 Pounds This is "Runt's" second year with the Bearcats. Runt was one of the lightest men on the team, but he was shitty, fast, and hard to tackle. Page One Hundred Thirty-six Tackle JAMES "JIM" SEELEY junior W'eigl1t 200 Pounds Jim was a mainstay in the line this year. He was a real strength on either defensive or offensive play. Tackle ROBERT PIODGE junior WR-ziglit 190 Pounds This is two years for Hodge with the Bearcats. He was placed as tackle on the I. A. A. all-star team. iii ,, - Tackle RoBER'r "BOB" XVESTFALL Junior Vlfeight 190 Pounds "Bob" proved his value in the Bearcat line this year, time and time again. End GLENN MARR Fresliman lVeigl1t 195 Pounds Glenn is one of the "headiest" and most aggressive ends on the Bearcat squad this year. He is a freshman who won his letter in his first year with the Green and White. ,, 5 5' - ,Y Page One Hundred Thirty-seven XVeight T85 Pounds P. A. was given a place as guard on the first team of the all-star M. I. A. A. conference. His dependability and sports- manship on the field won him many friends. Center lXfIACK R UTH Freshman VVeigl1t 195 Pounds This was his first year as a Bearcat, but Mack won the center position on the M. I. A. A. all-state team. Tackle MACDON.Al.I'J "MAC" EGDORF Sophomore XVeigl1t 200 Pounds ' As a tackle, "Mac" was of great strength on either offen- sive or defensive play. Quarterback RYl.AND MILNER Freshman VV eight 165 Pounds "Riley" is only a freshman, but Watch him next yearg he will do big things. Page Om- Hundred Thirty-eight Guard P. A. SIL1.IiRs Junior End XVILBUR "SPlxRKY" STALCUP Sophomore End GREN "RUM" I-IAL1. Senior NVeigl1t 165 Pounds "Ruff" played a good end position this year. He was a clean and consistent player. The squad will miss him next year. Wfeiglit 170 Pounds "Sparky" is a true Bearcat, Whose spiking and tackling ability proved valuable to the team. Guard XV ALTER DUWELL Freshman Weight I 85 Pounds His tackling ability made him a valuable part of the Bearcat squad. Great things are expected of him in the future. Page One Hnnclred '1'l1ii-ty-nine THE .IOYS AND WOES OF SPORTS The spring .... ...- .-.. .,.......... z l 1 ml su, The Stroller x........... in verse .... ............ Athletics ..,.. .... f all. football. ' . --.... alone g11'lS tlilllllllg .... dates V .... ........... .... S 1 weak, at all this week. .... .,....... .... X N farreushurg, the bus . .k .....,...... .... X Voolsey ...- ..... t he baud Peppers . . Championsllip, McC1':1clce11 ...... ....... t he tip. W'infield electric "M" . dance . roomg sweaters Letter Men ! --Strollel Page One Hundred Forty BASKETBALL ff BASKETBALL Overcoming all of tl1e handicaps brought on by the graduation of many of the Inainstays of the 1928-1929 championship team and the inauguration of a new coach, the Bearcats romped through tl1e 1929-1930 basketball season to roll up the most impressive record of any middle-western quintet. Thirty-one teams, representing the picked quintets of five states, fell before the sustained drive of the Bearcats. The cage title of the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association, which the Bear- cats won last season, was defended in a most rousing manner. Not satisfied with an undefeated M. I. A. A. championship, the Bearcats sought additional laurels in foreign fields and journeyed to Winfield, Kansas, where they dethroned Southwestern College as champion at the invitational cage tournament there. Outstanding teams from Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, and Oklahoma took part in the tournament, but met with the same doom that befell Bearcat opponents during the M. I. A. A. campaign. While the loss, through graduation, of Captain Howard Iba and Riley Davidson will be keenly felt, ten letterrnen are to return next season to carry the Green and White on to continued victory and success. Captain Howard Iba, Jack McCracken, H. Fischer, and Charles Finley were fre- quently mentioned on all-star teams as all-tournament selections. Page One Hundred Forty-two Guard CAPTAIN HOXVARD IBA In the fourth year of his basketball career, Howard led the Bearcats through a successful season, a season without a defeat. Howard was placed at guard on the first M. I. A. A. all-state team, of which he was also chosen captain. Center JACK MCCRACKEN Jack played a successful season of basketball for the Green and White, and won a forward berth on the first M. I. A. A. all-state team, He had a good eye for the basket, and his tip-ins often saved the Bearcats. This is Jack's first year with the Bearcats, and he expects to be with the squad next year. Forward H. FISCHER Fischer was placed at forward on the first M. I. A. A. all-state team, an honor which he undoubtedly deserved. His floor play was excel- lent and made him a general favorite with all basketball fans. Page One Hundred Forty-three Page One Hundred Forty-four Guard MERLE "BUCH" TAYLOR This was Tay1or's first year with the Green and White. He won a place on the squad this season and worked faithfully. Forward RILEY "ToAsTER" DAVISON This is "Toaster's" last season with the Bear- cats. "Toaster" was an accurate shot and a fast floor man. Guard ELMO "AMOS" XVRIGHT This was "Amos's" first year to wear the Bear- cat colors. He won his reputation on the court by his consistent playing and hard work. His passing ability was outstanding. BASKETBALL The Bearcats of the Northwest Missouri State T eachers' College won thirty-one consecutive victories in the last basketball season. CONFERENCE Maryville ........ ..... 3 7 Cape Girardeau .....- ----4-- I 3 Maiyville -...-.-. ...-. 4 I Cape Girardeau ...... -4----- I 2 Maryville ..-...-. ..... 3 9 Cape Girardeau .....- .------ 2 5 Maryville ........ ....K 4 8 Cape Girardeau ...... ------- I 9 Maryville -.-.--.. ..... 3 7 Kirksville ....-......-. ------- I 2 Maryville ........ ..... 2 6 Kirksville .......... ....... I 3 Maryville ,....... ..... 4 o NVarrensburg ....... -----,- 2 4 Maryville ........ ..... 2 1 l!V211'l'CI1SlJL1l'g .... ------- I S Maryville .....-.. .-... 3 4 Warrensburg .... --,- 9 Maryville ........ ..... 2 5 Warren sburg .... .... 2 3 Maryville ........ ..... 2 9 Springfield ........ ....... 2 7 Maryville ........ ..... 3 6 Springfield ,.... ....... 2 o Maryville .-.-.... ..... 2 9 Springfield ..... ....... 2 7 Maryville ........ .,... 4 2 Springfield ..... ....... 3 4 Maryville .-...-.. ..... 2 8 Kirksville ....... .... 2 3 Maryville .,,..... .V .... 25 Kirksville ....... ....... 2 3 Totals ........ ........ 5 37 ...............,.. ....... 3 22 NON-CONFERENCE Maryville ........ ..... 3 7 Trulock Motors ....-. ---- I 9 Maryville ........ ..... . 30 Doane College ..... ..I.... 2 I Maryville .-...... ..... 2 9 Doane College ........ .... 9 Maryville ........ ..... 2 8 Maryville Alumni ....... ---- I 8 Maryville ........ ..... 2 7 McPherson College ....,.,...........-. ------- 2 4 Maryville .-...... ..... 2 7 McPherson College .....................,- ---- I 7 Maryville .....-.. ..... 2 7 Southeast Oklahoma Teachers .....,...,.. 26 Maryville ........ ..... 3 7 Southeast Oklahoma Teachers .-I.-------- 24 Maryville ........ ..... 4 7 Central Oklahoma Teachers ................ 26 Maryville .....-.. ..... 3 6 Southeast Oklahoma Teachers ........-... 23 Maryville ----.... ..... 2 9 Southeast Oklahoma Teachers ....-------- 27 Maryville ........ ..... 2 1 Kansas City DeMo1ays .....,.................. I3 Maryville ..-..-.- ..... 4 o Oklahoma City ....................,...,..--.......-. 26 Maryville .-I.---. ..... 2 3 Edmond, Oklahoma State Teachers .... IQ Maryville ----.... ..... 2 2 Southwestern Oklahoma Teachers ....-. I4 Totals ..,... ........ 4 60 .......,.......................... ........ . ........ 3 06 Page One Hundred Forty-Seve TRACK The '1930 track team had a successful season, under the guidance of Coach E. A. Davis and Captain Cecil Smith. The Bearcats opened the 1930 track season by winning the Western A. A. U. indoor track and field meet, held at St. Louis Saturday, March 22. Maryville's team scored 16 points, while Washington University of St. Louis made 14 points to take second place. Some eighteen teams participated in the meet. The next meet was held at the University of Missouri, all colleges in the State being entered, and again Maryville succeeded in carrying away first-place honors, thanks to the brilliant performance of 'tTwister" Smith. Smith won first in the 60-yard dash and first in the 60-yard high hurdles. The relay team placed third. On April 11 the Bearcats met Penn College on the college field and defeated the visitors in a dual track and field meet, with a score of TSVZ to 53M. The Bearcats' schedule included four other meets: April 19, at K. U. relaysg April 30, dualltrack and field meet with Kirksville State Teachers'g May 2, a dual meet with Peru State Teachers', and May 9, the State M. I. A. A. meet at Warrensburg, an invitation track meet in which all the teachers' colleges in the State entered. Front Row-Daniels, Curl, Littell, Kelley, Nickerson, Hjndman, Johnson. . Second Row-Lamson. Bruce. Culp, Smith, Stalcup, King, Borchers, Groom, Wilson. Third Row-Coach Davis, Hodgkinson, Daniels, Keever, Search, Seeley, Ruth, Burns, C ' h Il.. Odf3'ourgh Row-C. Iba, Duse, Vvoolsey, Mitzel, Bricken, Fischer. Page One Hundred Forty-eight Guard XXVILBUR "S1uxRKY" STALCUP "Sparky," who has played two years with the Bearcats, was a valuable man because of his speedy floor work and his "fight-to-the-finish" spirit. He made the second all-state team. Forward CHARLES "Axial" FINLIQY Finley lived up to his reputation throughout the entire season. His brilliant playing has been a feature of the Bearcat team. He made forward on the second all-state team. Forward 'TED HoDGK1NsoN Although this was "Ted's" first year with the Bearcat squad, he played as a veteran. His skilful playing was the tearn's offense. X , K L-g..5lk4 re, .. gs aegis. gi ' 1 i "xx N . ga it ,,4QQ4,Z S -my w sang Emerg Qiisg ami? . N, mama .. .V W ai fam? 5 - f- 'A 15 X5 if ' X ,wr if M L H wx i 1 "' Q Ji F ' -X s va as 1 xg' x , vw x 4 2 ,gg I J ' 1 M4 I 1 V75 A X f k .ee ' ' 4 4, . ,. ., ' v f- 12522 W ' "' el ' f - Ms e - f fa.. f l 1 ' I A 1 44 B its Z Y Q 'X t A G . 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BASKETBALL The Bearcats of the Northwest Missouri State Teachers' College won thirty-one consecutive victories in the last basketball season. CONFERENCE Maryville ..,.... ...... 3 7 Cape Girardeau ........ -.---- I 3 Maryville ....... ...... 4 I Cape Girardeau ........ ...... I 2 Maryville ,...... ...... 3 9 Cape Girardeau ..-..... ------ 2 5 Maryville ....... ...... 4 8 Cape Girardeau ........ ..---. I 9 Maryville -....-. ...... 3 7 Kirksville ..........t... .....- I 2 Maryville ....... .,.... 2 6 Kirksville ........ ----.. I 3 Maryville ....... ...... 4 O VVarrensburg ..... ..---- 2 4 Maryville ....... 21 Warrensburg -. I8 Maryville ....... ...... 3 4 Warrensburg ..... 9 Maryville ....... ...... 2 5 Xfhl2l1'1'C11SlDL'll'g' ..... .2 23 Maryville ....... ...... 2 9 Springfield ...... 27 Maryville ....... ...... 3 6 Springfield ...... ...... 2 o Maryville ....... ...... 2 9 Springfield ...2.. ..--.. 2 7 Maryville ....... ...... 4 2 Springfield ...... ...,.. 3 4 Maryville ....... -..... 2 8 Kirksville ..... 23 Maryville .....-. ...... 2 5 Kirksville ..... ..--.. 2 3 Totals ....... ...... 5 37 ...... 322 NON-CONFEIIENCE Maryville ....... ...... 3 7 Trulock Motors ....... ------ I 9 Maryville ....... ...... 3 o Doane College ,.-... - 21 Maryville ....... ...,.. 2 9 Doane College ......... 9 Maryville ....... ...... 2 8 Maryville Alumni ......... -..-.- I 8 Maryville .....-. ...... 2 7 McPherson College ................. ------ 2 4 Maryville ....... ...... 2 7 McPherson College ....,.............,,..---.- I7 Maryville ....... 27 Southeast Oklahoma Teachers ....--...,.. 26 Maryville ....... ...... 3 7 Southeast Oklahoma Teachers ........-... 24 Maryville ....... ...... 4 7 Central Oklahoma Teachers ....... -.,--- 2 6 Maryville ....... ...... 3 6 Southeast Oklahoma Teachers ..---.-.,-.. 23 Maryville ....... ..,... 2 9 Southeast Oklahoma Teachers -.-..---.-.. 27 Maryville ....... ...... 2 I Kansas City DeMolays ........................ I3 Maryville ....... ...... 4 0 Oklahoma City .............,........................ 26 Maryville ...-... ...... 2 3 Edmond, Oklahoma State Teachers -... IQ Maryville ....... ...... 2 2 Southwestern Oklahoma Teachers ....,. I4 Totals ..,..... ..,.... 4 6o ...............,............................................,... 306 Page One Hundred Forty-s xe l TRACK The '1930 track team had a successful season, under the guidance of Coach E. A. Davis a.nd Captain Cecil Smith. The Bearcats opened the 1930 track season by winning the Western A. A. U. indoor track and field meet, held at St. Louis Saturday, March 22. Maryville's team scored 16 points, while Washington University of St. Louis made 14 points to take second place. Some eighteen teams participated in the meet. The next meet was held at the University of Missouri, all colleges in the State being entered, and again Maryville succeeded in carrying away first-place honors, thanks to the brilliant performance of "Twister" Smith. Smith won first in the 60-yard dash and first in the 60-yard high hurdles. The relay team placed third. On April 11 the Bearcats met Penn College on the college field and defeated the visitors in a dual track and field meet, with a score of 73V2 to 53Vz. The Bearcats' schedule included four other meets: April 19, at K. U. relays: April 30, dualltrack and field meet with Kirksville State Teachers'g May 2, a dual meet with Peru State Teachers', and May 9, the State M. I. A. A. meet at Warrensburg, an invitation track meet in which all the teachers' colleges in the State entered. Front Row-Daniels, Curl, Littell, Kelley, Nickerson, Hinclman, Johnson. D Second Row-Larason. Bruce, Culp, Smith, Stalcup, King, Borchers, Groom, Wilsoii. Third Row-Coach Davis, Hodgkinson, Daniels. Keever, Search, Seeley, Ruth, Burns, Coach lba. Fourth Row-C. Iha, Duse, XVoolsey, Mitzel, Bricken, Fischer. Page One Hundred Forty-eight ES' il- cb!" WOMEN'S ATHLETICS WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION At the present time, intra-mural sports are under the auspices of the VV. A. A., which became a national organization at S. T. C. in 1929. The intra-mural sports are hockey, soccer, volley ball, basket ball, base ball, swim- ming, tennis, and track. Each year the ten girls to receive the highest num- ber of points, receive sweaters. The point system is based on standardized point system. 750 points ...... ...... p en 1500 points ...... ...... s weater 2500 points ...... ...... b lanket 100 points .....- ...... c lass team I 5 points ...... ...... v arsity IO points ...... ...... x vinning class team 5 points ...... ...... s port manager 5 points ...... ...... c aptain of varsity 5 points ....................... ...... c lass captain A manager is chosen for each sport. I-Ier duty is to become general pro- moter for her respective sport. The managers for the major sports were: I-Iockey ............... ................... . Elorine Fansher Soccer ............ ....... V ashti Conn Volley ball ....... ....... R achel England Basket ball ....... ....... L ois Carroll Base ball ..... ....... L ois Tripp Tennis ..........-- .....-. E lizabeth Edwards Swimming ........ ....... K athryn Lewis Track .....-..-.... .......juanita Marsh GFFICERS AND SPONSORS Miss Martindale Montgomery Davis Riley Miss Jack Page One Hundred Fifty HOCKEY Field hockey is one of the most highly organized team games played by girls today. It was introduced at Maryville State Teachers' College in 1928. This fall three teams competed in the first intra-mural tournament of the season. The freshman class won the 1929 tournament. The freshmen Won their first game from the upper-class team, composed of junior and sen- ior girls. The deciding game was played with the sophomore team. A varsity following girls team was chosen at the conclusion of the tournament. The made up the varsity team: Florine Fansher .,... Vashti Conn. .v... . Hazel Wygal .......,. Emerald Riley ...... Alice Gilmour .,... .. Ruth Denny ....... Lillian Kent .......... Mildred Dooley ...... Dorothy Cox ...,...... Esthel Dack ............. Ida Beth Newlon .,..., ........Center forward .........Right inner .......Right wing ............LVeft inner .. ............ Right wing ......Cente1' halfback ........Rigl1t halfback ........Left halfback .........Right halfback ...,..Left fullback ........Goal keeper Florine Fansher was elected captain of the varsity team. Hazel Wygal was the freshmen captain, Mary Lou Appleman the sophomore captain, and Permenio Davis the junior-senior captain. 12253415 4f3gEfi..:-53. .Rh Q Fife M ,f'Qs?s?:sEa255?s Wi H 'N Q : in ..:..f.:..5:,:-,-., 1 -:FW--:-,.,. ,. 1 2 H sz.. ., ,. WW: H 2" i . piggy -- 'tf . Q 1 ' ' V VV A M fm' n H4 si in nigga. .3 ir so " -'-,Q , .. 5- ,5 :gn ' 55 QM 1 M e i V F - ,fn X ma 3 M f n'g:5:E:E:-.::,: :V VV i if V , W ni .V ...., . fjm ti .- ll f 5' ' jgklgfi .zz 1. , fag. A. 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Cleola Dawson was the captain of the winning team. Vashti Conn. ,..,. Juanita Marsh ........ Emerald Riley ........ Alice Gilmour ....., Loretta James ........ Cleola Dawson. Lois Carroll ...... .... Lillian Kent ........ Mildred Dooley ....., Ruth Cook ............ RDel1Chick, .... . THE VARSITY TEAM .Center forward ..,.....,..Right inner ......,....Left inner ,......,.Right wing ........,.........Left wing Center halfback .........Right halfback ......,Left halfback ...Right fullback ....,....Left fullback ........Goal keeper NI' -h Ca - ll Riley Chick James Colm Iient L cus Dooley no Gilmour Dawson Cook Page One Hundred Fifty-two VOLLEY BALL The first game of the volley ball tournament was played January 21. be- tween the Freshmen and the Junior-Senior team. The Freshmen won this game and the next night won from the Sophomore team, making themselves intra-mural champions. VARSITY PLAYERS LORENE WARNER JUANITA MARSH LOIS CARROLL ELLA CLOUD MARJORIE BRUCE DOROTHY COX LOIS TRIPP RACHEL ENGLAND, Manager A captain of each team was elected in volley ball. The Freshmen cap- tain was Marjorie Bruceg Lois Tripp was elected sophomore captain: and Lois Carroll was elected captain of the Junior-Senior team. Warner England Bruce Marsh Cloud Carroll Tripp Cox Page One Hundred Fil'ty-three BASKETBALL The basketball tournament started with a game between the sophomores and the junior-senior team on February 25. The junior-senior team were winners. The sophomores played the freshmen the next night and were again defeated. The third night the freshmen played the junior-senior team and lost, leaving the junior-senior team winners of the tournament. VARs1TY PLAYERS Helena, Goslee .,...., ..............,.,..................,,.,.. ....... F o rward Ella Cloud ..,.........Y. .......................,..,.......... F orward Lois Carroll ............... .....,.. J umping Center, captain Maud Ella LaMar ....... ................... R unning Center Lois Tripp .............. ............................................... .................... G u ard Juanita Marsh ......., ..................................................... ...... G u ard Lois Carroll, Manager Juanita Marsh was elected captain of the junior class team and Ella Cloud of the Freshman class team. gin :Q Goslee Tripp Carroll Marsh LaMar Cloud Page One Hundred Fifty-four z CAMPUS LIFE M. 'Q rlfk X V ,.,1- f W! ' 1 " 'H FAVORITES and FEATURES IJELEN RUBV Domi Q IVIINNIE RAE EVANS L7 ' K as Lx 'Z ,. mesa :wh fx fx- i t,f1H,,,5 4- .4 ,K-1. WM ,MWM X. aus gm if EA f 145 KL , W . V,,:,1Mq,,- W1 ss ,ua as aw: was mf Lx 1 .V ss ma V .f mx , nw.-W M 4 Y x ' X Y sf ft 1 is x. 512 sg? y A ws :I xx fm mg ,lg in ,fm mm x E X wx-L X K 5 nv- F.k,i. asks wN"Bm'i,cMwf'f H1 MARZELLA CLARY :SEE Hgbwdfm , swf E v-z :Q xx W ff sa ,ag E 'S' S2 -a u ss s wx mn Au 'H ,Q was Q QB ,X 'H Z 'ss wx- ss 4- LS wif ,, 2 gf E 42 QL' Ku yt X if Q ,I Sb nr V QS? Q f. 1 zz w. 4 1 7. eff' . ' ,, ,. X ,,,,.,,f LOIS M QCRARY . 1,14 ww ., XV A L K 0 UT D AY -1-q Yum. Fila.-mc x rs! CAM' I' YS COM EDIPIS IXIAY FETE OF I ,M Q i -mfr fOlOl RNQJ' 'W'1ffyg',n,z - -JJ CN 191,XLLOXVE'EN NIGHT Q, 4 ARTS 1' 1 3 E 45 A 1-'iv I ilk' 1 Vglx 1 I L lf - P 5 2 ' X ' 4 l ,X MEN'S GLEE CLUB l'r0.Sicl131zf ......,........ , ...... EARL SOMERVILLE Vice-President! ........, .....,,.. C HARLIE THOMAS Secretcw'y-Trffus-in'rr ..... .......... W ILLIAM ALSUP Business lllafnlagw ',., .,,., ....... E R MAN BARRETT Lib7'lI7"ilI1I .................... ,.,..,, VS YILSON DOWDEN "A medium to satisfy the natural love of singing," might be a phrase which char- acterizes the Men's Glee Club of the Northwest Missouri State Teachers' College. Two years ago, through the efforts of Charles R. Gardner, director of music, the club became an active organization and has since held its place in the school as a section of the Chorus Club. The club has twenty members. It has assisted in several presentations during the year, especially in the Christmas program and at the Easter program in presenting selections from Handel's masterpiece, the "Messiah" MEM BERSH ll' Allen Doak Earl Duse Halbert Catterson Glenn Duncan Cecil Young Russel Herbert Ben Thompson William Alsup Carl Blackwelder Charles Rupert Keith Saville Harvey Hollar Lester Hall Charlie Thomas Owen Thompson Donald Johnson Thomas Lawrence Wilson Dowden Arthur K. Jackson Erman Barrett Fred Barbee Richard E. Nelson Ted Breedlove Earl Somerville Page One Ijlundrecl Sixty-eight WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 1'1'gsi4lcul ,.,.,,,................ ........ G RACE GALLATIN Sccretu1'y-Tr'wlsrl1'01 '... .... ....v... K A THRYN LEWIS Lihrariifzn .........,,........ .......................... B ESSIE FEW lfaculty Advise: '.... ...... CHARLES R. GARDNER The XvOlllC1l'S Glee Club was organized in September, 1928, as a sep- arate college organization. It is a division of the general college cliorus and was organized not for concert work, but for a means of training in ensemble work. Special XV0lllCll'5 choruses and wo1nen's parts in four-part choruses are studied. Miziuneus IN Picruiuz Katherine Gray Martha Pfeiffer Irma Geyer Annainae Adams Beatrice Cox Vera Billups Eleanor Montgomery Eldora Nichols Lola Belle Suetterlin Mildred Albright Dorothy Cordell Helen Elliott Hazel Duncan Lucille Doughty Margaret Sutton Frances Hackett Oma Ross Fairy Defenbaugh Velma Carter Hazel Carr Mary Margaret Turner Lois McCrary Clara May Shartzer Marjorie Riffie Violette Hunter Wilma Cook Ruth Cook Kathryn Lewis Grace Gallatin Geraldine Hunt Virginia Dodd Pauline Walliei' Lucille Mitchell Lenore Shunk Mildred Medsker Helen Mae Corken Marguerite U lnistead Darlene Schneider Lois Margaret Thompson Page One Hundred Sixty nine 'X THE FORENSIC UNION Faculty Director ........................... .............. O RVILLE C. MILLER Student Director of Forensics ..........,.,....,......................,...................,..... VVILBUR B. PETTIGREW The Forensic Union takes its general aims from the code of the Oxford and Cambridge Unions, England, and claims as its patrons and first honorary members the three English gentlemen composing the Oxford University de- bating team which was met by three of Forensic Union's charter members during the fall of 1929. A Forensic Council, composed of outstanding mem- bers of the club, is the governing body of the new organization, and is also the managerial staff for all inter-collegiate forensic contests enjoyed by the college. Membership in the Union is open to all who are interested in any line of its several activities. Meetings are devoted to the study and practice of parliamentary law, extempore speaking, oratory, and the "Oxford" and "Oregon" styles of debating. All representatives of the college in intercol- legiate forensic contests are chosen from the membership of the Forensic Union. C1.mR'rER ME MBERSX ' Marvin Chauncey Shamberger Violette Hunter Wilbur Breit Pettigrew Clinton Morris Glenn Spencer Duncan Wilbur Heekin "Members and alternates of the team which debated Oxford. HONORARY NIEMBERS 'WILLIAM JOHN KENNETH DIPLOCK ..v.-.----.-..-.----.....,,.---,........ University College, Oxford RICHARD THOMAS DYKE ACLAND ,--v-------,-s BERNARD JOSEPH MAXIM MAC KENNA ----,---- Ernest Stalling Lester Hall Cleola Dawson I'rcsfider1t ............... Menis Debate ........... Womenis Debate ......... Pre-Scfzsou Dclmlc ............... Oratory and Extcvnpure ......... Secretary-Trcasurcr .......... I'ubI'ir'ity .................v....... Page One Hundred Seventy MEMBERS Arrie Ann Freeland Nettie Russell 'TIIE FoRENstc COUNCIL .....-Balliol College, Oxford ..............New College, Oxford Everett Evans Dean Rybolt Clarence Worley ...HVVILBUR PETTIGREW ........VIOLETTE HUNTER ..............VVILBUR HEEKIN DUNCAN ARRIE ANN FREELAND .............CLARENCE WORLEY FGRENSICS Forensic teams of the college have, this year, engaged in an international and a radio debate, debated at home with schools from three states, and traveled twenty- seven hundred miles through seven states, meeting twenty-two schools in a total of forty-five debate, oratorical, or extempore contests. Early in the fall a squad of twenty-two began work in preparation for the Oxford debate of November 25, in which Wilbur Pettigrew, Marvin Shaniberger, and Glenn Duncan represented the college with Violette Hunter, Clinton Morris, and Wilbur Heekin as alternates. Mr. Pettigrew and Mr. Shamberger, Miss Dawson and Miss Hunter composed the teams which toured through Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Missouri, meeting Kansas City Teachers, Kansas City Law, Washburn, Kansas Aggies, Park, Kirksville, Westminster, University of Missouri, Oklahoma A. and M., Tulsa University, and Pittsburg Teachers for a total of nineteen debates, ten men's and nine women's. First Lester Hall, then Clinton Morris with Ernest Stalling, and Arrie Ann Freeland with Nettie Russell made up the teams which toured through Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota meeting Tarkio, Nebraska Weslyan, Morningside, Yankton, and South Dakota Teachers in a total of twelve debates equally distributed between men and women. Home debates were had with Westminster, Weber College of Utah, and Mc- Kendree College of Illinois. Every one of the thirteen-member squad which finished the season had made an intercollegiate debate and eleven had made a traveling team. Mr. Duncan and Mr. Shamberger represented the college in oratory and extempore, respectively, while Mr. Pettigrew and Mr. Shamberger, Mr. Morris, and Mr. Stalling Composed the debate teams when Maryville took third in the Missouri State Teachers' Colleges forensic tournament. Maryville will be host to this tournament next year. Mr. Miller Duncan Hunter Pettigrew Dawson Hall Shamberger Stalling Heekin Morris Rybolt Freeland Page One Hundred Seventy-one HONORS AND NEW HONOR SOCIETIES A. A. U. XV. AXVARD Each year the Maryville Branch of the American Association of University XVomen offers a loan scholarship to the junior woman who has ranked highest in her class throughout her three years in college, and who has participated in extra-curricu- lar activities. This year Mildred Sandison of Mary- ville received this award. SIGMA TAU DELTA Out of the activities of the XVriters' Club during the few years of its existence on the campus has grown a new group, interested in creative writing and identified with high scholarship. This group, composed ot seven stu- dents, have petitioned for the right to become charter members of a chapter of Sigma Tau Delta. national honorary English fraternity. The petition was made in April, IQSO, by the following students all of whom have a high ranking in English and most of whom are eligible to the highest degree of undergraduate membership: Violette Hunter. Rebekah Botkin, Nettie Price, Marthe I-Ierridge, Ruth Florea, Mildred Sandison, and Clarence XVorley. ALPHA PHI SIGMA The Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, a national scholarship fraternity, was established at the Northwest Missouri State Teachers' College on April 9, 1930. The organization is founded upon several worthy objectives, chief of which is to promote scholarship. Three degrees of honorary attainment. Novice, Apprentice, and Master. have been worked out in order to give the students the ranking for which they are qualified. All high school valedic- torians and salutatorians and college students ranking high in scholarship are eligible to become members. Fifty-four students were initiated with either Novice or Apprentice degrees when the Beta Chapter was established. The officers elected were: President, Glenn Duncang vice-president, Ernest Reidg secretary, Mildred Sandisong treasurer, Marvin Shamberger. Page One Hundred Seventy-two THE STROLLER "Another fellow has hung his pin," the Stroller heard lVeudell Culp say with a sigh. Now what could that mean, she thought to herself. Hlt seems fatal, too," lVendell went on. "Look at Ermanl Look at Raymond! Look at Shorty! And now poor old George is minus his pinln Putting two and two together, the Stroller made four and decided that Mr. Cauffield must have thought Darlene Schneider had on a fraternity pin when he said to her after a lengthy explanation of how land breezes and sea breezes act, "Couldn't your husband sail out in the morning with the breeze and come in when it comes in in the evening?" lt was the Stroller's time to wonder then, for Darlene answered im- mediately, "Yes, Mr. Cauffield. yes, indeed!" The Stroller is not the only person who is getting worried. He heard two non-fraternity men talking the other day. He is not just sure who they were, but he thought he recognized Clarence W7orley's voice in the remark, "The frat man has one advantage over the rest of us-if he can't afford a ring, all he has to do is hang his pin." XVhat could have caused Clarence to make such a remark? The spring seems to have gone to the Stroller's head. He wants to go fishing, he wants to play hookyg she wishes she had a fraternity ping he has a keen desire to write a poem about his ideal girl. On second thought he realizes that the staff has given him permission to put anything he has wished into this book: this is hardly fair he thinks. Some other fellow might want to describe his own ideal girl-or some girl, even, might want to break into rhapsodies about her ideal man. XV ith such an altruistic idea in his poor old head, for really after having taxed himself so severely to fill up all the blank pages in the Tower the Stroller feels ancient-with such an idea he leaves the next page with his compliments. Page One Hundred Seventy-three "Call for pen and ink-here's paper ready to your hand. Sit down, Sir, paint her to your own mind. . ." -STERNE z TI'liXfl'G'lIL Sl1a11dy. "Was ever anything in Nature so sweet!--so exquisite! Thrice happy book! Thou wilt have one Jaffe at least within th covers. which Malice Q 7 I , will not blacken, and which Ignorance cannot misrepresent." -Ibid. Page One Hundred Seventy-four INDEX THE FACULTY Lfmlkln. U61 W ..........,.,.,.....,...................... 19, 103 Hudson, Nell ....... .................,.,,,,.,, 2 2, 118 119 Anthony, I-Iettie M...34, 113, 116, 117, 118, 119 Ibn, Henry P ........... 31, 112, 129, 134, 142 148 Bi11't0l1,.1VI2U'.10l'i0 ...1..,....1.... ....................... 3 1 Jack, Elizabeth ...... ,1.,.. ....,1.,.......... 3 2 , 129 150 B12l,I1S11Hl'l, Rlltll .,.. ..... 3 4 116, 117 JHIHGS, Nfinnie B, ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4 114 Bowman, Estella ..... .,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,. 2 8 Iieith, Diary ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,.,,,,4,,.,,-,,- 2 7 B1'll111b34llSh, Lucile .... ..,.. 3 7 99, 101 Kinnaird, Roy A. ...A ..,,,, 3 3, 122 123 Ckklllffifild, A. J. .....,... ..... 3 4 103, IUG Lair, 12311101151 L ,,,,,-- -,,---.,----,,.-- 2 9 Cooxwr. A- H. .....,.. ..........,...... 2 5 La.Ma.r, Stephen G ...,....,.,...,.,,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,, 24 108 Cook, T- H .-....-........-.......,...,.. ........ 3 5 103, 106 Lowery, Ruth ...,,,,....,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.4 28 C01bC'l'f. G. H -..........1........1......................,...,,.. 35 Martindale, Nell .....1 32, 120, 121, 129, 131 150 Davis, E. A, .... 31, 112, 122, 129, 134, 142, 148 Dlillikan, Chloe ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 27 107 De Luce, Olive ........................ 23, 99 110, 124- lkililler, Orville C ,,,,.4,, ,,,,,, 2 9, 104, 170 171 Dildine. H. G ........ ........... 3 6 103, 106 Mounce, E. W. ,,,,,, ,,,,4, 2 4, 103, 111 114 Dieterich, H. R ,...... ............. 2 5, 91 Mohus, O, M .,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, 3 6, 103 101: Decker, Ella Lee ....... ........ 3 7 Newcomb, V, A .,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Dodds, Alice .......... ..... 3 7 Osborn, Margaret ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 8 Dow, Blanclie ......., ..... 20 I'ainter, Anna M .,,,,,,,,. 27 Dvorak, Helen ......... ................. 3 0 Phillips, Homer T ,....... 25 Dykes, Mattie M. ..... .. 4 5, 27 Rickenbrode, XV. A ,,..,.,.. ,,,.,, 2 2 Fisher, Mary ........,.... ,......... 1......... 2 3 Salvesen, F. W ........,... .,.,,,,,.., 2 4 Foster, H. A ................. ..... 3 5 103, 106 Seikel, George R. .......... ..... 3 2 129 Franken, Katherine .,..... ..............,,. 2 6 Shephercl, Grace M. .,.,.. ....,,.,. 2 5 1?l'2LX1kGll, Margaret .... .................... 2 G Schulze, Dorothy .............. 29 Gardner, C. R ............ ..... 3 0 168, 169 SCIWIISYQF, H. N ....l................ .... 3 0 Garrett, VV, T, ,,,,,,,. ....l............ 3 3 Schowengerdt, G. Carl ........ ...... ............. 3 3 Gwin. Helen ............. ..... 3 4 117, 118 Smith, Dora B. .............. ....................... 2 6 00 Hawkins, Ulista ,,.,... ................. 2 S Vifells, C. E ............. ...... 3 7, 101, 103 106 Hake, J, VV, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,.,.,,..,,.. 2 2 XVhiffen. U. G .............. .................... 2 3 132 Hnldridge, Xvilliam ,,,, ..... 3 1 WVilson. M. VV ......,............. ...... 3 3, 109 124 'l-Iglliday, Frances ,,,,, ,.,,,14. 2 36 XVinburn, Mabel Clair ....... ..............,.. 1 03 Hopkins, Carrie ,,,,,,, , 23, 110 Vlfhite, Elizabeth .......... ........ 2 G 103 Hglyvig, Ifatherine ,,,,,, ,,.,, 3 5 Y'V111fI'6y, E1h01'a ..,.,. ...... 2 2 I-rickei-nell, H. 0 ........ .. :so Nvright. Vesta ....... 36 A1161-S011-1, De V61-Q ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 68 Applemzm, Mary Lou .............. ...... 4 2, 70, 98 Acklin, Lola ,.,,,,--,,-4-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73, 98 Armstrong, John Edmond ........ ..,.......... 8 7 Adams, 1XI11'12l,l'll21.G ,,...,..,,.. 81, 120, 121, 131, 169 AI'I101d, PHt1'1C12l- N -'-----'--4----4-1 ----- 7 8 93 Adn.ms,Ge0.11 .... 63, 108, 122, 123, 124. 130, 132 Babb, D01'0Uw B -------.-4------- ----. 6 9. 110 Adams, Lois Verne ........,......................... 85, 93 Bailey, Vera JH-U9 ------------- ---4-'----------- 7 2 jxdkins Estelle B ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3:1 Baker, Morris Waldo ....... ...... - Q . 1 ,,',,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, g 3 Barbee, Fred ...............,.... ..,..... , ', ' l11Eian ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 5 0, 132 Barbour, Mary Frances 1..... ....---.-.. 8 2. 98 Albright, ivnldred E ..... ....... 6 9. 169 B21-lwlfd' LOIUSG R --A--------- --'-- 8 7- 98 Albright, Jennie ,............ ................... 1 07 Barnes' EH-fl ----"'-----'----- -'-'-----'--'- 1 34 Allen, George wa.uel- ...... ..... s 3 108, 111 Eames' lilwlces E '----- ---------------- , S5 Allen' Hudreth h----------- .---.'.-A--".-' 8 7 Barnes, kenneth ........... ..... 8 5, 123, 132 . . Barnes, Malcolm N ........... ..... 5 1, 122, 123 Amson' 'Lumina """' """"""""""" 8 7 Barnhouse, Francis E ......... ....................... 7 8 Allflwlly RGY W '-----A-'- --'-""""""-"""-"" 8 0 Barrett, Erman R. ....................................... . Alsup, William L ....... ,.... 5 7, 100 108, 168 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 153, 97' 100' 108, 122, 123, 153 Anlthor, Jennie ...,........ ......................... 1 03 Barrows, George L ,,.......,,.......................,...... 63 Anderson, Veldron L ...... .... 6 1 Bashor, Marie .......... ,,... 8 7 Page One Hundred Seventy-five Baur, Constance ...,, Ban r, Hermene ...., INDEX-Continued . .,.. 83, 118, Bays, Josephine ..,.,..,.,.,....., ................ Beecher, Sheldon B .,.......,..,.,..... .... 8 0, Beever, Georgia. Katherine ....,,. .... 8 7. Bennet, Clarke ...........,,.........,. ........ Billingshy, J. Dale ............... ........ Billups, Vera N. ......,. ..... .......,......., 8 7 , Blackwelder, Carl .................................. 81. Blood, Dan ....,..,..........,... 72 97, 122, 123, Bogard, Faye ....,....,..,..,.. 73 107, 11.8, 119. Booth, Herbert Rogers ..,...,...................,.....,. Borchers, Horace .........,,...,..l.................. 123, Botkin, Rebekah ............................................ 59, 99 108 118, 119, 124, Bowen, Calvin .,......................,..........,............ Bowen, Jean Lois ..............,..............,...... 46, Bowen, Lee ............. ............. Bowen, Lowell K ..., .......l.. 8 2, Brand, Beulah ,.,. ............. 7 8, Brandt, Viola ............ .... 1 18. 103, Breeden, John D. ......... .............................. . Breedlove, Theodore ..,.......,.................,....... Bricken, L. N ................... 80 122. 123, 134, Bridgewater, Mabel .,...................,.....,......... . Brown, Eva Marieta ...,....,................. .......... Brown, Harlan E. ...... ............... . Brown, Lawrence R. ...................... 42, 81, Bruce. Marjorie .............................. 78. 131, Bruce, Nolan .......... 72, 112 122, 123, 134, Bryan, Alma, E. ........................................... . Bucher, Geneveieve ..... . 59 98, 101, 105, Burns, Robert H. ...... ............,.............. 7 8. Campbell, Estelle L .....,. 56 116, 117, 118. Campbell, Frank ........ A... . .......................... . Campbell, Mildred K ....... ....,.....,....... 8 3, Carmichael, Mabel E ...... .,......................... Carr, Hazel .,....,.,,,.....,...,......... 52, 107 110, Carrell, Leilo ................................................. C?l.l'1'Ol1, Lois Ann .,.. 59, 116 150, 152 153 Carroll, Pauline ................................i.......... Carter, Velma Pearle ...................... 69 98 Carter, Wilsozi J. ......... .......... G 9 56 Catterson, Halbert G. Chapman, Berneice .... Chapman, Charles 83 71 Chick, RDell ................. .... 7 S Christie, Mildred ................ ...i... Clardy, Leota E. ................... ...... ............. t Clements, Mary Frances ............................. Cloud, Ella, ,.,,,...,....,..,.,.,......,.. 83, 98, 153 Clough, Margaret .............. ...................... Cole, Marjorie ........................................ .. 70 Colter, Velma .......................,.........i..ii.... 71 Conn, Vashti .,.. 71, 120, 121, 131, 150, 151 Conner, Ma.rga.ret ......................................... 46, 97, 99 101, 103, 106 Constable, Berniece ................................ 78 Constable, Marjorie ..,...............i.................. Conway, Mathew B. .,.................................. . Cook, Ruth Evelyn .......... 68 120, 121, 152 Cook Wilina ..........,.., ........ 98 , v 1 1 1 I i Cook, Hildred ......... ..................... Coon, Lucille ................ Cooper, B. Louis ............. Cooper, Gladys Opal ........ Cordell, Dorothy ......... Corken , Helen May ..,.... Cox, Eunice . ........... .. Cox, Dorothy , ...... .. 79, 62 78 80 119 151 73 119 87 132 98 68 82 169 168 124 131 68 148 172 68 110 63 111 98 106 57 168 148 85 85 69 111 153 148 72 108 148 119 78 98 72 169 86 154 78 169 123 168 98 123 1.52 87 83 78 154 108 98 98 152 108 98 68 88 169 169 103 87 88 124 169 169 131 153 Cox, Nancy Beatrice ..... Cramer, Leuora . ..,.... .. 80 Crockett, Berniece ...................,.... 60 98 Culp, Vifendell D .... . 56 97, 112. 123, 124 Curl, Oliver .....................,,...........,........ ...... Curnutt, John Z., .Tr ..................................... . Curry, Emma Daisy ....... .. Back, Esthel A ........... . .................. 85, 98, Dack, Izeyl .........................................,.... 60, Daniels, Frank B ............. 58, 112, 134, 136, Daniels, Harold Robey ..........................,....... Danuar, Elvis O ................,,,.......................... Davis, Leao Verne ......... ..... , .. .... Davis, Helen Esther .,..... .........,......,......,. Davis, Permenio ......... ................,........ 5 2, Davison, Riley .......... ........... 5 1, 109, 142, Dawson, Clcola M ........... 56, 104, 152, 170, DeA.tley, Hazel Fern .............................. 86, Defenbaugh, Fairy Zeline ...... ....... 7 0, Denny, Ruth .....................,... .... 8 1, DeShazer, Clarice ............ .... 8 4, DeShazer, Hope A ....... ...,.......,,. DeVault, Iola ,....... ......,............. Dietz, Edward ...,...,.. ,.,...., 7 2, 115, Dietz, Pete ................... ...,.......,...,..,..,.. 4 2, Dildine, Mary Ellen ,........,...... 44, 103, 118, Doak, Allen .................... 41, 47, 100, 109, Doak, Helen Ruby .... ........... 1 19, 99, 102, Dodd, Virginia ...... ....,......,................... Donelson, Icel ........... ..... .............. Donner, Doris Lea ....... .... 8 5, Dooley, lvlildred ..... ..... 1 51, Dorrel, Frank ........... ........... Dougherty, Helen ..... ........... Dougherty, Pearl ..... .............. Doughty, lwfrs. L. S ...... .. 51, 103, Doughty, Lucille ...... .....,,.... 4 7, 98, Dowden, Wfilson ......., ...................... 5 7, Dowell, Alfa Nell ........ ..,.................,.... 8 5, Dowell, Robert ....... ...... 1 12, 134, 142, Dowell, Waltei' .... ...........,... 1 34, 139, Dowis, Velma , .,... ,.,....,...,. ..,....,, 7 9 , 118, Duncan, Glenn ..... ..,,.. 7 0, 168, 170, 171, Duncan, Hazel ,.......,.,...,.,..,,,,,.. ..,....,,,..,,,...,. Dunham, Lee ......................,........... 811 109, Duse, Earl C ..... 44, 112, 123, 134, 135, 148, Dysart, Miriam Louisa .......................... 86, Ebersole, Amy ....... ,.,,,,,,,.,,,, Eckert, Forrest .,,..,....,,. ,....,,,,,.,, 6 4, Edwards, Elizabeth ..... 81, 110, Edwards, Robert ........ ...... ........,......, 6 8 Edwards, Sophie ........,..,....,...,...,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Egdorf, MacDonald 109, 122, 123 134 138 Elliott, Helen .,............. ..,.....,,,,,.,, 8 8 08 Emry, Helen M. ........., ..,..,.,..,,,,......,. 8 5 England, Rachel ............,....... 71 105 150 Epperson, George M. ....,.,,.,....................i.., . Evans, Evelyn ............,.,, 46, 99 113 120, Evans, Everett ......... ............,,.,,....,,,.,.,,..... Evans, Lorene .............................................. Evans, Mary Collison ............ 45 106 107 Evans, IMinnie Rae ......., 41, 58 107 131 Fansher, Florine ..... . ...,. 81 98, 150, Farquhar, Clyde F ....... Few, Bessie L. ......... . 61, 1.69 68 116 148 148 81 46 1:11 98 1-18 80 69 73 72 150 1-14 171 98 169 151 98 62 85 132 81 119 168 158 169 87 98 152 83 70 78 106 169 168 98 146 142 119 172 169 134 168 98 98 123 150 123 87 142 169 98 153 72 121 170 69 110 159 151 87 169 1 l Page One Hundred Seventy-six 132 148 INDEX-Continued Finical, lVIi1d1'ed E ..... .....,.,..,...,........... Finley, Charles ........................ 62, 108, 142, Finney, Alma, ........,............................Y.... 85. Fischer, H. ..............,.,.,................................ . ....42, 68, 112, 122, 123, 134 136, 142, 143, Fisher, Carl L. ..,.. . .......................... 41. 58. Fisher, Lora Tudder .......,,............... 63. 98, Fite, Reve ...,.............,...........,.,................ 84, Fitzpatrick, Edith ....................................,... Florea, Ruth. ..... 9, 49, 104 105, 108, 124, Ford, Mrsi Kahlzt B .,....,.......,.,. ,......,,...... 4 9, Fothergill, Ruth .........,......................,........... Frankum, Wilbur .I ........1.... ...................... Frankum, Wilnia. ...............1.......,................. . Freeland, Arrie Ann ........ 83 98. 104, 170, Fuhrman, Frances Mae ..................,..........,.. Gallatin, Grace ............,. -17 98, 118, 119, Gardner, Glenn . ..,.,.,..................................,.. . Geiger, Vance Edward ,....... ............... 4 8. Geist, Grace ,..,..............,. ,.,....,,...., . 78, Gex, N. Louise ............. .................. 6 9, Gex, Stanley ..... ..................... S 1. Geyer, Irma ......... . .... 52, 103, 106, Gile, Homer ...........,, ......................... Gilmour, Alice A ....... .... 8 6. 151, Gillespie, Arlene ..... ...............,.. Glenn, Avis L ...,... ..,. S 0, 98. Goslee, Helena ..,. .... Q 19, 110, Graves, Rebecca ,,... ................................,... Gray, Genevieve ........................................... Gray, Katherine ........ 71, 90, 102 120, 121, Gray, Opal ..................................,..,......... G1-een, VV. P. ....,,...,.......... 57, 97 108, 122, Greeson. Kenneth ............,...... 61 123, 130, Griffin, Inez Marie ...., ,.,..........,..,......... . .. 84. Griffin, Neotha. Grace ....... , .,.......,.,.,. 87 Griffin, Wvlllllft Iona ........ ........,.,.. 8 2 Grolwy, Elizabeth .....,... .... 8 2 98 Groom, Merlin .......... ....... 5 1 111 Groomer, Miria.m ...,..... .........l......... 8 2 Guilliams, Marion S. ...... ..... 6 0 Hackett, Frances ...... Hackett, Marjorie .... Hagey, Albert C. 109 123 57 71 Hall, Bessie L. ..,. ............. 4 8 Hall, Elton .,..... .... 6 2 109 I-Iall, Floid ..,.. ...........,.,........ Hall, George .... ........... .............. I-Iall, Lester .,,.,..,.,. ., ..... 81, 168 170 Hall, Oren . .................... ......... 1 12 13-1 Hall, Thelma Fern ..,., ........,....... 8 6 Hamnlin, Isabelle ...,.... ...,...... 7 3 Harr, Clara Eva .... ..................... Harris, Gilbert .,.,... .,........ I S8 122 Harris, Lorinne I .,..... ..... 5 6, 99 102 Harris, M. Ruth ..,......... ........................ Hastings, Doris M. ..,... ...... .........., . I-lfa.uber, Vance .......... ............ Hayes, Vera ........... ............... 7 3 Haynes, Lola. lvlae .... ...........,............ 8 5, Heekin, 'vvilblll' F. ..... ........... S 1, 111, 170, Heffley, Caroline ...,........ -17, 107, 118, 119, Heflin, Hilda ........................l...................,,... Henderson, Esther La Rue ............,,........... Henkins, Ellsworth ........,......., ...... 7 0, Hensleigh, Esther ................ ...... 7 0, Hepburn, George, Jr. ...... . Herbert, Russell .,...,.. 73 145 98 148 104 107 98 84 172 116 98 70 69 171 81 169 80 132 131 101 111 169 56 152 82 105 154 86 82 1.69 85 123 132 98 99 98 107 148 98 130 169 98 83 98 132 68 1.3-i 171 139 98 98 88 123 107 86 84 87 116 98 171 131 87 87 111 98 72 168 Herridge, Marthe ......,.......,..,... , ,,,.,........,.,,..., 47, 97, 98, 103 104 106 108 Hickernell, Betty .........,........,....,. 120 I-Iindman, W. L. .........................,.... 82 Hitt, Charles Xvesley .........................,......... Hodge, Robert ............... ...... 1 12 137 Hodgkinson. Ted ...... ...,.. 1 34 145 Hollar, Harvey 'SV ........ .,,.,....,... 1 32 Holmes, WVilma .............., ..........,.............,...,. Hooper, T. R ....,.....,.................. 42 84 111 Houghton, Floyd B ......... 41 48 123 IIS"'1i5"'i5i Houghton, Marzella. Clary ..... Houghton, Verna E. .......,...... 70 Houston. Harold H. ...........,........... . I-Iunt, Geraldine M...97, 99 118 Hunter, Violette .......... 99, 102, 108, 118, 119, 124 Hurst, Vacaro Belle .... llm, Clarence ..... lba, Howard ..,,. Israel, Lewis ...,. .Tack son, Arthur K .,...... 169 119 50 124 44 171 fffff 715 Jackson, Dorothy A ...,,.... ................... 79 98 Jacobs, Mildred L .,..,...,.. .l'a.mes, Loretta ........ .Ta me s, Mary Margaret .......... Jaineson, Clay .,..... . ..... . Jay, .Iaunes YV. ,.,..,..... . Jay, Miriam ........,.. Jenkins, Carmen .... Jennings, Fred .,.... Jensen, Ruth L ....... Johnson, Clifford ..... Johnson, Donald E ........ Johnson, Marvin ,........ Jones, Mary Alice ...,..... Kee fe, Bernard .,.,.. Keever, Ray .,,,...... ICCHITI, Orville .... ,.,,.... . . Kellogg, Lucille C. ..... . Kelly, Clifford ..,..,.,. Kent, Lillian ........, Kent, Marie ....,...,. Kihbe, Katherine ,,.,. 88 69. 146 142 50 111 71 102 116 82 109 11.8 79 70 151 68 46 v v v u - 1 f Kidwell, Mary .,.,... ..,.. 0 8 Kimball, Vivian ...,... .,,,.....,..,,.,... King, Carl James ......... .,... 1 12 King, Cleo Catherine ,,... ..........,.. King. Ila E ............,........ , ........... , Kissinger, Charles ...... ............. Knox, Minnie Etta i,,.,.. ...,. 1 18 Kramer, Ruth ..,,.....,, .,....,............ Kunkel, Alberta ...,. ..... 1 20 Kurtz, Mrs. Mary ...,. 108 LaMar, Maud Ella ,... 42, 81, 118. 131 Landen, Ernest W. ,-..,......,...,...... ........,........ . Lanning, Hadley ..........,.....,.......................,... Larason, Fred ,,.,.......,, ,,.. 7 0 132 Larison, Beulah B. ...... .,.,....,..,., , Larson, E. Marie ....,......... 82, Lasell, Mary Frances ..,..,.. 172 121 134 87 142 148 168 78 132 160 131 111 169 97, 172 80 148 143 124 168 98 131 72 121 80 80 117 78 59 47 83 168 132 119 79 148 111 70 148 152 98 98 115 60 58 84 86 119 88 121 120 154 59 84 148 80 98 69 Page One Hundred Seventy-seven 168 Nea.l, Donald L ....,.... 80 INDEX+Continued S3 146 110 71 81 85 169 1,23 119 87 1-I8 71 132 98 136 S1 87 137 60, 154 124 98 93 86 106 79 81 80 169 79 62 132 169 148 98 169 86 131 116 135 59 108 110 45 108 99 171 103 123 98 79 79 123 121 98 83 143 169 131 84 117 116 Lawrence, Thomas R ....... ..... 6 3, 100, Leach, Grace ................. .......,,.. 6 2, Leeson, C. Kenneth ....... .............. Lemaster, Birdie ..... . ..,,.....,.. .. Lewis, Bessie ....,........, ....,............... Lewis, Kathryn M. .,........,...,. ..... 6 'S 150, Limpp, Earl ..................,................. 83, 122, Lindley, Margaret Catherine ....,....,,,.......... 68, 102, 110, 116. 118, Lindsey, Fred D ...........................,.,....,,,.....,.. Littell, Waltel' B. ................. ...........,.... 5 8, Lloyd, Clarence .... .....,........... Loucks, Franklyn .... ..... 7 2, 1.23, Mackey, Edna Kate ,,.,.., .,.,,...,,.,..,...,.,, 7 9, Mlahood, Victor ........ ........ 1 09, 112, 1311, Malson, Bonnie ,..,., ........,,......,........,.. Manes, George ..........,.....,.... Marr, Glenn .,...... ...... ................. 8 0 , 1311, Marsh, Juanita .....,................................ ...... 98, 102, 120, 121., 12-1, 131, 150 152, 153, Martin, Emily La Veta ............. 58, 110, Martin, V. Lenore ...........,,...........,........... 88. Martin, Stella ,................ .........,..,. Massie, Maxine ..........,..., . ............ . Matlock, Ruth Eileen ,....,., ..... 6 9, Maul, Lela M ...,,....,.......... ......,. Nllax, Lucile .......,.......... ..... .,..................,.. May, Walter A. ...... ..,....,.....,,.................... . Medsker, Mildred .,.......... 79, 98 120. 1.21, Meyer, Morris D .,.,.... ,................................. Miller, Frances .,,... .,... .............,.....,... lwlilne, Ruth ......... ....,..,..,.................... Milner, Ryland ......, .......... 1 3-1 138, 142, Minnick, Eugene ..........,. 60, 109, 122, 123, Mitchell, Lucille ...........,.,....,... 70, 98, 107, Mitzel, Raymond ..........,...,.......,..... 101, 134, Money, Pauline Ruth .,,..... ...........,....,., 7 2, Montgomery, Eleanor ............ 61 12-1, 150, Moore, Edith ......,.......................,. ...... ...... liloore, Hazel B. .............. 51, 98 118 119 Moore, Helen Cochran ............................ 71. Moore, James Frank ....,.....,.., 71 123, 134 Moore, Raymond O. .................. .....,........ . Moore, Sarah ,....,............ 51, 98 101 105 Moore, Una ........,..................... 61 98 107 Moore, Verneta .......................... ....,.......... Moorshead, Georgia Belle .........,. ........ 8 5 Morgan, Virginia .....,.............................. 73 Morris, Clinton O. .... 69, 101, 104 111 170 Morris, Grace, ...,,,....,.....,.......,................. 50 Moulton, Lewis .........,................,.. .........l... Mozingo, Dolores ....,...... ..... 7 9 Murray, Helen Marie ....... ...... ............... Mlutz, Delherta .......,...... ..................... . Mutz, Xvalter, Jr. .....,.. ...,.................. 7 2 Myers, K. Virginia ..............,... 71 98, 120 Myers, Virginia N ...........,....................... 86 McClung, Dorothy Fra. Ncys .........,............. McCracken, Jack .........,..,.................... 142 McCrary, Lois ........ 83 98, 102, 131, 161 McDaniel, Isabel ......,....... 72, 102, 120 121 McGinnis, Grace Lee ................................... McGinnis, Roma H ....,... ...... A 19, 98, 116 McKee, Ogle Dene ...... ......,.... 6 9 1.10 McKee, Raymond ........ ................. 5 6 McMahon, Charlotte .... M2cLarney, XVilliam .... McMurry, Esther ..,...................... 1vIcMurry, George, Jr ................ McQuary, Charles Virgil ....,... 88, ffii' 122 Page One Hundred Seventy-eight 118 'iii v 11.2 73 82 119 8-1 132 Neel y, Maxine .... . ........ 81 101 85 132 98 168 80 151 116 169 106 111 120 123 68 132 131 121 8-l 62 134 79 88 171 8-1 169 88 132 82 115 44 101 121 98 172 117 79 13-1 172 169 152 111 86 82 86 115 45 169 132 168 136 106 171 132 138 171 83 Nelson, Alice Earlea ..,,.. .,.........,..,.,.,, L 15, Nelson, Bertha ,........,. ..................,.......... Nelson, Leroy ..,........ ....,. 4 8, 106 109, Nelson, Oletha ....,.,.. ..,.........,......... 7 9, Nelson, Richard E ...... .......,....... ........ 8 8 , New, Marian .................,............,......,............ Newlon, Ida Beth ............ 76, 80, 98, 105, Nicholas, Mary Eleanor .......... 68, 98, 1.10, Nichols, Eldora ........... ....................... 7 9, Nicholson, Marian ,.,...... .,,...... 5 0, 103, Nohlet, Russell S ...,., ........... 7 8, Norwine, Thesis .... ........,..... 1 07, Null, F. W. ,.......... ...... 1 15, 122, O'Day, Alpha L. ............... .........,....,....,..... . O'Day, Amhrose John . .....................,. 85, Oliphant, Karol ............. ...... 6 4, 120, 121, Oliver, Mary Ethel ...... ........... 8 2, 120, Palmer, Helen Lou ,.... ...... , .. Paulette, Frances , .... ............ Perkins, Robert .... ...... ..... 8 2 , Persinger, Laivrence ................... Pettigrew, .Tune .......... .................,........ Pettigrew, Vvilbur B ............... 70, 111, 170, Petty, Viola .................................................... Pfeiffer, Martha ,........... 72 113, 120, 121, Phillips, Beulah B. ,............ ......................,... . Phipps, Paris ......,.... ..,,....,. . . ........ 62, Pilcher, Deloris E ........ .................... Pistole, Mary A. ..,.... ...... 5 0 98, Poleson, 1Viley .......,... .................. Porterfield, Jacob N ...... ........... 7 1, Powell, Mary ......,.......... ............... 8 0 120, Price, Elizabeth ...................................... 84, Price, Nettie ,..,...... 111, 44 98, 106 108. Puthuif, Mary Reba ........................ 62 116. Qualls, Maude ..... Reclmon, wV2il1.9l' .... .............. 8 5. Reid, Ernest G ...,... ........ 7 0. 132, Riffie, Marjorie ...... ....,..................... Riley, Emerald .... ...... 7 1, 150 151, Riley, Leonard. XV. ......... ........ S 5, Ringold, Howard .... ...,... Ringgold, Mildred ....... .............. Roberts, Loree .............. ............... Robertson, Thelma G ...... . 58 114, Roper, Lois ................... .................. Ross, Olna .,......... .............. 6 3. Rucker, John ...., ........... ......... 1 2 2, 123. Rupert, Charles .......,.............................. 69. Russell, Carol F. ...... 60, 112, 122, 123 134, Russell, Donald .................. ................. 4 6, Russell, Nettie ......... .............. 1 70, Russell, Roland E. ......... 84 123. Ruth, Mack ............ .................... 1 311. Rybolt, Dean L. .... ...... 6 3. 111 170, Sandison, Forte I-I ..........,..,........................... Sandison, Mildred .................................,........ 97, 105, 115, 118, 119, 124, 172 Saville, Keith ....... INDEX-Continued 83 f Sawyers, Beulah ...... ...........,...,.........,... Sawyers, Gertrude .,......................,...,.,........ Snyler, J. Norvel ................ 69 108 122 123 Schneider, Darlene Alyce .............. 69, 99, Scott, Truman ,.... , ..........,........,,,...,,..,. 44 Search, Marion ..... ,.......,... .............. 1 1 2, Seeley, James ...... .... 6 1., 112 134, 137, Selecman, Betty ..,......... 49, 98 104, 120, Sellers, Richard B. ,... .......................,,..,... . Sewell, Albert ......... ...... ............ ...... Sewell, Alice L ..,v,..,. .. Sewell, Jay ..,,...,.....,...................................... Shaffer, Lawrence ........................,.,.......,..,.... 97, 100, 109, 114, 115, Shamberger, Elizabeth ....,...,.........,..,,..,.,.... Shamberger. Fr:'i.nees Ann ....,,.,.......,............ Shztmberger, Marvin ....1......... 79, 170, 171, Shamherger, Meryle ...................... 46, 118, Shartzer, Clam May ...... 71, 98 120, 121, Shelby, Lucile .............,.. 42, 68, 118, 119, Sherman, Curtis H ....,............ ........,...,...,.... Sherman, Josephine O. ...... ..,... 5 7, 116, Shreve, Leia Mae ...,,........ .......,,,.. S 2, Shoop. Thelma L. ,,..,,...,,...,.,,..........,.,,,,...,.,. , Shunlc, Lenore ................................ 81, 98, Sillc-rs, P. A ...,...., 64, 97, 109, 112, 123, 134, Skeed, Beulah Mae ,,..........,.,.,,...,.,.,.,.,,.,,,,,,,, Skelton, Luther C. ..............,,,,.,,,.....,,,,,,,.,,.. . Slagle, 1-Ielen .,..,.., 41, 56, 113, 11.6 117, 118, Smith, Alberta ............,.,.l.....,...,................... Smith, Cecil .................... 44 112 1.35, 134, Snlith, Dorothy ........,.,.....,. 52, 98, Smith, Doyle J. ...,...,,.,......, 49, 103, Smith, Irene ............................ 52 107, 120 Smith, John NV. .....,.......... 61 108 122 123, Smith, Orlo W ..,........,, 2, 59 115, 122 123 Sommerville, I-I. Earl ......,....................... 52 Spainhower, Woodson ...............,................. Spidle, Bertha. ...................,.......................... . Stalcup, VVilhur N ......,................................. 97, 112, 123, 134 139, 142 145 St:-tiling, Ernest E ..............,.... 70 111 170 Stanley, Florence ,,................................,. 70 Stiner, Cretzt ,....,..,, . ..,....,,.,.,...,.. . Stiner, Mildred ..,,......... .,.,.............,., Stilwell, C, B. .,.,...,.......,... ....... 7 0 123 Stockton, Dorothy M ....... Stueki, Lorine .............,,, Suetterlin, Lola Belle ..... 63 SllGlLt61'l1l1, Olnthrt .,...... .....,......,., 6 2 Sutton, Ada Faire ...................,............. Sutton, Mzu'ga,ret .,....,... ..72, 120,'121 Swamney, Elizabeth ..., Swope, Doris . ...,..,.,. Taylor, Merle ,,., Taylor, Walter ....... Temple, Merlin ....,.,,..... Annan 1NIu.e ,....... Tingler, Tlmmzis, Charlie ............,.. Thompson, Ben ,,.... .,......,,,... 'ii' 107 114 60 131 49 1-12 72 Thompson, Lois Mlsirgaret ...., Thompson, Marguerite 72 58 86 83 Thompson, Owen ,............ . ................, Todd, Winifred 8 4 69, 116, 150, 153 Trotter, Gordon ...... 45, 97, 115, 122, 123 Tripp, Lois ...,.......,...,.... .. Trusty, Georgia Ellen ..., 44, 113, 118, 119 Turner, Emzilyn .................. . ......,.......,......... n v 1 1 168 78 58 132 1.69 122 148 148 121 78 87 61 78 132 50 79 172 119 131 131 85 11.7 98 86 169 138 73 69 119 86 148 106 106 121 135 124 168 73 72 148 171 99 70 70 132 79 98 169 115 106 109 98 86 144 132 86 107 168 168 169 80 168 99 1511 124 131 82 Turner, Tu rn er, Turner, Tulloch, Leslie L .... .. .......... .. Ma ry Margaret ....,... Thomas W. ...,,... .... Virginia. .. .... , Ulmstcacl, Marguerite .... Underwood, Claret. ....... Vail, Marian Gaim ...,... Vencill. Wayne E ....... Vert, Augusta . .,..... . Vette, Wilhellxiiiia ..,. 'E,'Sf'165," 105 98 80, 120 51 NVa.lker, Lou ,................,,........................,...., Nvallcer, Pauline Frmices .............................. 102, 107, 113, 118, 119 131 Xvzillace, Lewis H. ..............,..,..........l..... 70, Xvzillace, Opal Fern ....... .... ,.,.......... VVarner, Lorene ......... ....... 7 1, 98, Welcl'i, Albert Leo ........,... Wells, Eugene 1-Izidley ....... 1Vells, Myrtle .................. ......... 5 7, XVestfu.ll, Grace Willlia ..... ........,...... 6 9, XVestfall, Robert ............. ....... 1 12, 134. Wiggei-, Dorothy E. ,.... ..l......... Xvhite, Dorothy Lee ....,..................... ..... White, Russell .......................... M ................. Vvhitmore, Dorothy Kathryn ....... ........... YVhitt, Louise .,.....................,...... ......... 8 4 YViles, .To Ellen ,............. ............. ................. Xviles, Mildred Virginia ,... ..... ....... 6 4 , 103 Willson, Doris ........................... .......... ..... Vfilson, Frances Gertrude ..... ....,,,.... YVi1son, Lawrence C. .......... ...... 8 3 Wilsoii, Marie E. ..........,.... ......, . 'VVilson, Russell ........ ...,. ..l.................. Vvilson, Susie Amelia .... .......................... XVils0n, Waltei' E. .........,.,.... 88, 122 123 VVinger, Dorothy .,...,...... 57, 99, 107, 110 VVithrow, Alta Marie ............................., 85 XVoocllmrn, Morris .,..... ....................,,........ XVoods, Leroy 'VV ..........,.................. 08 122 XVo0l1', Imogene C ..... 51, 99, 114, 1.15 120 Vifoolsey, Clarence .................. 81, 106 111 XVorley, Clarence .................,.......,................ 48. 97, 100, 105. 108, 124 170 Xvray, Catherine Lee ...... 41, K 57, 97 124 YVray, Florence ...,.................... 47, 116 117 YV1'Z15', Gertrude 145, 97, 113, 116, 117 120 Wray, Lawrence .................................... 57 W1'iglit, Elmo ........,...... ......... 1 42 1Vright, John ...,.,..,,....... ............ 7 1 Vtfright, Virginia. Iris ...... .................... . Wygal, Hazel ..................... ....... S 2, 98 WVyman, Floyd .............................................. NVyn-ian, lvfartlizt Virginia. ........................... . 104, 107, 120 121 Yadon, Bernacline .............,..................,. 48 Yeo, Emma. ....,...........,..................,.......,........ Young, Cecil..50, 97, 103, 106, 109, 123, 132, Zimmerman, Burl .... 59 82 98 49 106 169 68 121 132 79 78 52 169 132 72 153 56 63 1.06 105 137 71 45 123 82 98 71 106 83 84 134 79 83 68 148 124 98 148 123 121 148 172 131 131 121 1.00 144 132 52 151 G1 124 106 98 168 104 Page One Hundred Seventy-nine 9 1 IN DEX-Continued COLLEGE Ballah. Iifildred ..,,..... ,.... Barrett, Lois ................ ...,,... Barrett, Richard C. .... .,.., 5 ll, Belt, George VV .......... ........ Blu.ckfo1'd, Grace ..... .. Blauvelt, Earl .... .... . . Bowen, Francis . Brunk, Margie E. .. Carr, Neola ......... ..... Carr, Cleola .,..,......, ..v,..,, Conrad, Forrest ....... ........... Colhour, Betha .,.,,........ .,,. S ll, Collins, Pauline E. ...,., ....... . Conrad. Vilas ...,....,., .. Cooper, Opal ............. .. Coulter, Virginia ..... .. Courtney, Lazelle . .... .. Dalian, Marion F. ...,. .. Davison, Velma. .......... .. Deardorff, Raymond ..... ,. Deardorff, Rolland .... ,. Dougan, Helen ..... .. Dougan, Durward ..... .. Farrar, Lucile ...... .. Frieze, Evalyn ..,.,, .. Gates, Hazel I ............ .. Hardisty, Virginia .,.... .. Hardisty, Lela ......... .. Hartman, George ....,... ,. Hollensbe, Mildred ....,. .. Horn, Ella Jane ......, .. Houston, Ralph ..,, ,. Howard, Gertrude .. Hull, Lois .............. ., I-lull, Iola. .,,,..,...,..... .. Jennings, Flora. ...... .. Kelley, Xetah ........ .. King, Fred ........,.,....., .. Latimer, Alfaretta ...,.. .. HIGH SCHOOL 93 Lawrence, Robert C ....... 93 Leeson, Lucile ........... 22 Loch, Paul .,.,..,,,,,..,..... Logan, Retha Faye ........ 92 Meade, Luceille ........, 92 Nfildward, Eva. ..........,,. . 92 Mitchell. Lilia Evelyn ...., 93 Moore, Catherine ....,.. 93 Morrow, Le Roy ....,, 92 Mnnsey, Glen M .........,... 92 Munsey, Roy Davis. ........., 93 Myers, Mary Elizabeth ...... 93 MeGinness, Clara .......... 92 McMillen, Clhristena .... 92 Nichols, Francis Lee ...... 93 Nicholson, Ermile .,... 92 Porter, Mildred .....,.. 93 O'Day, Everett .,,,. 93 Richey, Daisy ....,..... 93 Richey, Helen E ........,. 93 Richey, Nellie .............,.. 93 Robey, Helene Louise .,.. 93 Rohey, LaRue ........,,. 93 Sallee, Elmer ..............,, 93 Sallee, Helen Mlarie ........ 92 Scott, Ermina ............. 93 Scott, Paul Foster ,... 93 Shanks, Mary Bell .,..,.. 93 Snoderly, Jessie K ...... 92 Swaney, Faye ............. 92 Teague, Osia. Marie ........ 92 Thompson, Ernest ........... 93 Thornhill, Alyce ......,.........,.... 92 Tompkins, Lula Frances ....... 92 Vencill, Marjorie ................ 02 Williaiiis, Eldon H ............ ...... 92 Willsoii, Florinc- ...... 93 VVinell, Helen ..... 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