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

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[-■V • ,, :c... -J ttr ;r ' Gop X Copyright 1939 Willis E. Heal . . Editor Robert Denton . Business Mgr. THE HANDBOOK OF THE STUDENTS OF NORTHWEST MIS I il 1 fl 1 I II 1 I I B I I ! ti OURI STATE TEACHERS (OLLECt. MARYVIllE, MISSOURI. Published annually by the Junior Class as a record of the college life at MARYVILLE, MISSOURL M . FOREWORC expressive hands . . . keynote t twenty-third Tower, as expressive of th personality. Ever watchful for those thing picture as many events and personalities ai a ready index to your part in this 1938-3J i a man ' s personality . . . . " We have tried to make this, the composite life of M.S.T.C., as hands are expressive of a single which make up college life, we have recorded in word and possible that you may keep them ever at your fingertips as college year. CONTENTS The College Faculty Classes Features Organizations Sports i I I i i TO THE FIRSr I mk I I I I I I I ■ ■ LADY OF THE COLLEGE Mary Cobell Dickinson Lamkin . . . cordial hos- tess at all faculty and student receptions and patroness of student activities through partici- pation and sponsorship . . . loved by faculty and students alike . . . congenial, energetic and graceful . . . we respectfully dedicate this, the 1939 Tower. THE COLLEGE Let your voices loudly ringing, echo jar and near Songs of praise thy children singing, to thy memory k: -J Dormitory Alma mater, alma itiater, tender, fair and true. Grateful sons with love unfailing, all their vows renew. !• MMMiAatlii 7 -SI President Lamkin ' s Home FACULTY BOARD OF REGENTS Jack Stapleton Dr. Jesse Miller President Vice-President Stanberry Maryville W. A. Rickenbrode Secretary Maryville V. E. Bird Treasurer Marvville Edmond McWilliams Plattsburg R. L. Douglas St. Joseph Dr. J. M. Perry Princeton A. T. Weatherby Chillicothe Lloyd W. King, State Superintendent of Public Schools (Ex-officio) Jefferson City jsi iJ " , U E L W. I A H K I N This is a great world! In spite of " wars and rumors of wars, " in spite of hate that rules the hearts of some, and of selfishness that controls others, yet there is so much more of the good in men than there is of evil that all of us can take courage for tomorrow. Youth today can really " lift their eyes to a new horizon every time they lift their eyes. " The new horizon brings into view new life, new peoples, new lands, new opportunities in old lands. The new horizon shows us the beauty and the satisfactions of our own — of the home where we live, the country we love, the chance of abundant living that is ours, the hope of tomorrow which belongs to each of us. This is a great world ! UEL W. LAMKIN, President. Dr. J. W. Jones Dean of Faculty Dr. Margaret Ruth Smith Director of Personnel for Women Hugh G. Wales Director of Personnel for Men iMHiliilii FACULTY COUNCIL Dr. Blanche Uow Ur. J. W. Hake Miss Nell Hudson Dr. O. Myking Mehus Miss Chloe E. Millikan Dr. Anna M. Painter Mr. Homer T. Phillips :3J ' Dr. F. R. Anthony Miss Lucille Brumbaugh Mr. A. H. Cooper Mr. Roy Fergu.son Health Assistant Extension Director of Field Administration Librarian Director Service Mr. T. C. Reid Mr. W. A. Rickenbrode Miss Ruth Villars Mr. C. E. Wells Director of Business Manager Director Librarian Operations Residence Hall ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS a olive S. DeLuce Fine Arts H. K. Dieterich Education Dr. Harry (J. Uildine Social Science Mattie M. Dykes EnRlish Alline Fentress Violin Mary M. Fisher Industrial Arts Dr. Henry A. Foster Social Science Katherine Franken Education Hubert Garrett Social Science W. T. Garrett Biology John W. Geiger Music Katherine Helwig Mathematics Carrie Hopkins Fine Arts, English Dr. Frank Horsfall, Jr. Agriculture 5Iinnie B. James Commerce Mary E. Keith Primary Education Dr. Joseph P. Kelly Speech Marian Kerr Ramona Lucille L ' air Dr. Margaret Ruth Lowe Piano Spanish English Dr. Cartil Mason Gt ' oKraphy Kyland Milner Physical Education Paschal Monk Music J. Norvfl Sayler Mathematics Kenneth Simons Biology D. N. Valk Industrial Arts ■ mmn I Lourine Findley Nurse Velma Cass Training School Duane Eberhart Training School Esther Forbes Training School Marian Peterson Traininir School Elisabeth IMaiuk Training School Margaret Porter TrainiiiK School Eunice Scott Training School Lewis Trotter Training School Ludmila Vavra Training School .i I I flB i .-•e jr SENIORS Fourteen members of the class of ' 39 were named to " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. " They were: Lois McCartney, Mary E. Turner, Ethel Hester, Mary Jo McGee, Wilma Myers, Marie Holding, Beverly McGinness, Richard Shrout, Eugene Hill, William Hutchinson, Paul Strohm, Ed Moli- toris, Durwood Maxted, and Donald Hepburn. Students are hon- ored by being named in " Who ' s Who " for their outstanding scho- lastic work as well as for their participation in extra-curricular activities. Bill Hutchinson was the president of this year ' s graduating class. Gerald Mitchell was elected vice-president with Helen Estep, secretary and Irene Nelson, treasurer. Bill Bernau, Bill Evans, Mary Jo McGee, Bill Metz, and Loyd Oliver represented the Senior Class in the Student Senate. Sponsored by the officers, the class held an informal dinner and party at the Country Club early in the fall quarter. Follow- ing the dinner, Henry Swift acted as master of ceremonies for some musical questions styled after Kay Kyser ' s famed " Kay Kyser ' s College. " The class didn ' t fare so well at the interclass track meet held on the Annual High-School Day. The class finished in second place with the juniors winning the meet. Three members gave outstanding service to the college by their work in the Student Senate. Two of these were Dick Shrout, — 30 — SENIORS _Jsk9 CLASS OF ' 39 who served as the president of the Student Senate, and Durwood Maxted, who served as the vice-president. The third of these was liill Maloy, who with Maxted, represented M.S.T.C. at the national convention of the National Student Federation of Amer- ica held in Lafayette, Indiana, durinjj the Christmas holidays. Bill Bernau and Ed Molitoris brought some honor to the class by reason of their being named on the First All-Conference Football Team in the M.I.A.A. Both were co-captains of the Bear- cat team, and Bernau w as chosen to serve as a co-captain on the All-star team. Two students from Brazil and three from the Philippine Islands were in the ' 39 class. Gloria Almeida and Sylvia Amorin came to the college during the fall quarter from Rio de Janeiro. Ana Virginia Benitez and Gloria Santos arrived in Maryville during the fall of ' 37 from Manila, P.I. Nilo Ramos came early in September from the Philippines. WILLIAM HLTCHINSON . . . B.S. . . . English and Speech . . . O ' Neillian, Book Club. President of Class of ' 39. GERALD MITCHELL . . . B.S. . . . Physics — .Mathematics — General Science . . . Y..M.C.A., Barkatze, Alpha Phi Sigma. Vice-President of Class of ' .39. HELEN ESTEP . . . B. S. . . . English and Social Science . . . Book Club, Y.W.C.A., O ' Neillian, Debate, Social Science Club, Secretary of Class of ' 39 two years. IRENE NELSON . . . B.S. . . . Commerce- English ... Pi Omega l i. Book Club, Varsity Villagers Council. Treasurer of Cla.ss of ' 39. — 31 — WILLIAM BERNAU . . . B.S. . . . Physical Educa- tion — Industrial Arts . . . Student Senate. " M " Club. Football. Track. MARY JO McGEE . . . B.S. . . . Elementary Education — Physical Education — Social Science — English . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma. A.C.E.. W.A.A., Student Senate, Green and White Pep- pers, Residence Hall Council. F. B. MALOY . . . A.B. . . . Chemistry and Biology . . . Student Senate, Barkatze. Sigma Tau Gamma. LOYD OLIVER . . . B.S. . . . Industrial Arts- Music . . . Student Senate, Social Science Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Barkatze. AVILLLXM EVANS . . . B.S. . . . Mathematics- General Science . . . Y.M.C.A., Student Senate, Alpha Phi Sigma. Chorus, Sports Editor Northwest Missourian. ALICE ALEXANDER nomics — English . . Y.W.C.A. . . B.S. . . . Home Eco- Kappa Omicron Phi. WILMER ALLISON . . . B.S. . . . Agriculture- Mathematics — General Science . . . Y ' .ALC.A.. Alpha Phi Omega. GLORIA ALMEIDA . . . B.S. . . . Social Science , . . Social Science Club. SYL aA AMORIM . . . B.S. . . . English Club. Book EVELYN BADGER . . . B.S. . . . Elementary Education — Music — English — Social Science . . . Chorus. Y.W.C.A. ERDLEY BEAUCHAMP . . . B.S. . . . Mathematics — General Science . . . Social Science Club, Y.NLC.A., Band. RAYMOND BEEDLE . . . B.S Commerce- Social Science ... Pi Omega Pi, Social Science Club. — 32 — N SENIORS CLASS OF ' 39 VIIU;iM A HENITF:Z . . . us. . . . Knulish— Home Kionomics . . . Nt ' wman ( luh, Writtrs Club. HANNAH LOU BENNETT . . . B.S. . Primary Education— Home Economics . A.C.E. ROBERT BOWLES . . . B.S. . . . Commerce- Social Science . . . I ' i Omena F ' i, Debate, Social Science Club, O ' Neillian, Tennis. ILENE BOYD . . . B.S. . . . English and Music . . . Chorus, Alpha Phi Sigma. MYNATT BREIDENTHAL . . . B.S. . . . Music— Engli-sh . . . Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Art Club. M. BERNICE BRISTOL . . . B.S. . . . Fine Arts— English . . . Fine Arts Club. WALTER BROWN . . . B.S. . . . Industrial Arts —Social Science . . . Art Club, Social Science Club. ADA BURCH . . . B.S. . . . Business Admin- istration and Commerce — Social Science Varsity Villagers Council, Pi Omega Pi. MARY VIRGINIA BUSH . . . B.S. . . . English- Commerce ... Pi Omega Pi. Bool Club, O ' Neillian, Chorus, Y.W.C.A. GEORGE CAGLEY . . . A.B. . . . Biology and Business Administration — English. CURTIS CHAMBERS . . . B.S. . . . Biology— Gen- eral Science— Mathematics . . . Hash Slingers Union, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Y..M.C.A. B.VRTLEri ' E COOK . . . B.S. . . — General Science— .Mathematics. — . " ?.•{ — Agriculture WAYNE CRAWFORD . . . B.S. . . . Social Science —Mathematics . . . Student Senate, Social Science Club, Chorus, Pi Gamma Mu. LORA MAE CROSSAX . . . B.S. . . . Music- English . . . Chorus, Y.W.C.A. CHARLES CURRY . . . B.S. . . . English— Mathe- matics . . . BooJi Club, Writers Club, Northwest Missourlan Staff, Pi Gamma Mu. DOROTHY DALBEY . . . B.S. . . . Home Eco- nomics—Fine Arts . . . Kappa Omicron Phi, Varsity Villagers Council. MAXINE DANIEL . . . B.S. . . . Commerce- Mathematics . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pan-Hel- lenic Council, Barkatze, Residence Hall Council, Orchestra, Chorus. GUY DAVIS . . . B.S. . . . Social Science— English— Speech . . . Y.M.C.A., O ' Neillian, Social Science Club, Pi Gamma Mu. WILDER DENNEY . . . A.B. . . . History— Eng- lish . . . Alpha Phi Omega. WYNN DUNCAN . . . B.S. . . . Commerce —Social Science . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon. INEZ EBERSOLE . . . B.S. . . . Social Science and Music . . . Alpha Sigma Alpha, Social Science Club, Chorus, Varsity Villagers Council. VIRGIL ELLIOTT . . . B.S. . . . Social Science —Mathematics . . . Y.M.C.A., Social Science Club, Northwest Missourian Staff. MARY RUTH ESPEY . . . B.S. . . . Primary Education— Social Science— English— Geography Y.W.C.A., Varsity Villagers. LORENE EVANS . . . B.S. . . . Social Science — History. — 34 — 1 t ff m. ie» SENIORS CLASS OF ' 39 MARJORY I ARMKR . . . Its. . . . Home Kco- nomios— Commorfe . . . Kappa Omicron I ' hi, I ' i Onu-Ka I ' i, VV.A.A., Y.W.C.A., SiKnia I ' hi. M (ILLK KICKLIN . . . U.S. . . . Elementary Kducatiun — Music- — Social Science — English. DORTHA GATES . . . B.S. . . . Elementary Edu- tat ion — English — Geography — Social Science — Phy- sical Education . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma. VERA GATES . . . B.S. . . . Social Science- Mathematics . . . Varsity Villagers, Alpha Phi Sigma. VIRGINIA GIBSON . . . B.S. . . . Physical Educa- tion—Speech . . . W.A.A., Green and White Peppers, Debate, Dance Club, O ' Neillian. EDWARD GICKLING . . . B.S. . . . Com- merce — Speech — Social Science . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon. Barkatze, O ' Neillian, Social Science Club. WILLIS GOZA . . . A.B. . . . Physics and Chem- istry—Mathematics . . . Sigma Tau Gamma, Inter-Fraternity Council, Student Senate, Hash Slingers Union. JULIAN GROSHONG . . . B.S. . . . English — Speech — Social Science . . . Northwest Mis- sourian Staff, Writers Club, O ' Neillian. CARL HACK MAN . . . A.B. . . . Social Science —Speech . . . Y.M.C.A., Social Science Club. KENNETH HANTZE . . . B.S. . . . Social Science — English . . . Social Science Club, Tennis, Baseball. BEULAH HARMAN . . . B.S. . . . Commerce- Social Science . . . Barkatze. Newman Club, Dance Club, Varsity Villagers. Pi Omega Pi. MARIAN HART . . . B.S. . . . Primary Edu- cation — Social Science — Music — English . . . A.C.E., Varsity Villagers. — 35 — GENEVA HARVEY . . . B.S. . . . Home Eco- nomics — History . . . Kappa Omicron Piii, Y.W.C.A. DEXTER HARVEY . . . B.S. . . . Social Science and Commerce . . . Social Science Club, Pi Omega Pi. FRANK HAYDEN . . . B.S. . . . Agriculture- Biology — General Science — Industrial Arts . . . Track Squad. ETHEL HESTER . . . B.S. . . . English- Commerce . . . Book Club, Pi Omega Pi, Residence Hall Council, Student Senate. DORIS DEE HILES . . . B.S. . . . Speech, English and Music . . . Alpha Phi Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sigma, O ' Neillian, Barkatze, Northwest Missourian Staff, Chorus, Dance Club, Book Club. EUGENE HILL . . . A.B. . . . Business Administration — English Sigma Tau Gamma, Alpha Phi Sigma, Editor 1938 TOWER, Chorus, Pi Omega Pi. Inter-Fra- ternity Council, Student Senate. JAMES HITCHCOCK . . . A.B., B.S. . . . English — Social Science . . . Social Science Club, O ' Neillian, Y.M.C.A., Debate, Phi Sigma Epsilon. UNITY HIXINBAUGH . . . B.S. . . . Physical Education — Social Science . . . Sigma Phi, W.A.A., Dance Club. MARIE HOLDING . . . B.S. . . . Physical Edu- cation — Social Science . . . Dance Club, W.A.A., Green and White Peppers, Residence Hall Council, Beauty Queen Attendant 19.S8, College Social Committee. DOROTHY HOOPER . . . B.S. . . . Ele- mentary Education — English — Geography — Social Science Club. COLETA HUNT . . . B.S. . . . Commerce- English . . . Varsity Villagers, Pi Omega Pi. . . HARRY IRVINE . . . B.S. . . . Social Science and Physical Education — Commerce . . . Social Science Club, Pi Omega Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, " M " Club, Football. — 36 — SENIORS 1 " i i 1 %.■ j y li CLASS OF ' 39 0. L. JOHNSON . . . U.S. . . . Commerce — Social ScuTici- — I ' hvsical Kducation . . . Sigma Tau (iamnia, Intfr-l ' ratiTnity Cuuncil, Social Science Clul). Hash Slingers Union. EAUL KAIIFFMAN . . . B.S. . . . Social Science — Malhematics — ISi(ilni;y . . . Social Science Club. CHARLES D. KELLEY . . . B.S. . . . Commerce — Ma( hematics ... Pi Omega I i, O ' Neillian. FRANCES KUEKER . . . B.S. . . . Primary Education — English — Home Economics — Social Science . . . A.C.E., Dance Club. HELEN KYLE . . . B.S. . . . Primary Educa- tion and Physical Education — English — Social Sci- ence . . . A.C.E., Varsity Villagers, Dance Club. CATON LAKE . . . B.S. . . . Commerce — Mathematics . . . Sigma Tau Camma, Pi Omega Pi, Y.M.C.A. VERN LAWLER . . . B.S. . . . Mathematics- Social Science . . . Sigma Tau Gamma. JOHN LIERLY . . . B.S. . . . Business Administration — Mathematics . . . Sigma Tau Gamma, Alpha Phi Sigma. LORRAINE LONG . . . B.S. . . . Primary Edu- cation — Social Science — English — Music . . . Chorus, Social Science Club, Art Club, Y.W.C.A. RUSSELL McCAMY . . . B.S. . . . Chem- istry — Mathematics. LOIS McCartney . . . B.S. . . . Music— Speech . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma. O ' Neillian, Band. Orches- tra, Chorus. Residence Hall Council, Beauty Queen 1937, Dance Club, Pan-Hellenic Council. BEVERLY .McGINNESS . . . B.S. . . . Home Economics — English — Social Science . . . Kappa Omicron Phi. — 37 — d NADENE MALONE . . . B.S. . . . Commerce — Social Science — Mathematics . . . Barkatze, Pi Omega Pi, W.A.A.. Dance Club, Varsity Villagers. EDWIN MARSHALL . . . B.S. . . . Com- merce — Music . . . Phi Sigma Epsilon, Orches- tra, Band, Chorus. MIRIAM MARTIN . . . B.S. . . . Social Science — English . . . Varsity Villagers, Social Science Club, Pi Gamma Mu, W.A.A. LELA MAUL . . . B.S. . . . Commerce- English ... Pi Omega Pi. DURWOOD MAXTED . . . B.S. . . . Commerce — Social Science . . . Student Senate, Pi Omega Pi, Barkatze. EDWARD MOLITORIS . . . B.S. . . . Agri- culture and Physical Education . . . " M " Club, Co-Captain Football. RALPH MORROW . . . B.S. . . . Agriculture- Biology — General Science — Social Science Sigma Tau Gamma, Hash Slingers Union. LOY MULLENA.X . . . B.S. . . . Industrial Arts — Mathematics . . . Sigma Tau Gamma. CECIL MULLIKIN . . . B.S. . . . Chemistry- Mathematics — Physics. MARJORY MURRAY . . . B.S. . . . Music —English . . . Y.W.C.A., Band, Chorus, North- west Missourian Staff, Varsity Villagers Coun- cil. , I WILMA MYERS . . . B.S. . . . English— Speech — Music . . . Alpha Phi Sigma, Y.W.C.A., Barkatze, O ' Neillian, Book Club. ELOISE NETHERTON . . . B.S. . . . Pri- mary Education — English — Geography — Social Science . . . Y.W.C.A., A.C.E. — 38 — CLASS OF ' 39 |1 MAUY JANE NKWI-ON . . . U.S. . . . Commercp — Knclish . . . Sigma SiKma SiKma, I ' i OmeKa I ' i, Alpha I ' hi SiRina, Barkatze, I ' an-IIell«-nic Council. JEAN NICKEL . . . B.S. . . . Chemistry- Mat homatics—Cienfral Scii-nff . . . Sigma Tau (iamma, " M " Club, Football. LOUISE NOELLSCH . . . B.S. . . . Mathematics — Commerce ... I ' i Omega I ' i. Varsity Villagers. I ' Al ' L PERSON . . . B.S. . . . Bu.siness Ad- ministration — Speech . . . I ' hi Sigma Epsilon, Barkatze, Golf, O ' Neillian, Northwest Missou- rian Staff. J. NILO RAMOS . . . A.B. . . . Business Ad- ministration — Social Science . . . Newman Club, Social Science Club. AVON REEVES . . . B.S. . . . Social Science — Mathematics — Geography — Industrial Arts . . . Social Science Club, Y.M.C.A. BERNARD RICHARDS . . . B.S. . . . English — Social Science . . . Sigma Tau Gamma. CHAROLD ROBERTS . . . B.S. . . . Com- merce — Mathematics ... Pi Omega Pi, Sigma Tau Gamma. RESSIE MAE ROSS . . . B.S. . . . Primary Edu- cation — English — Social Science — Geography . . . A.C.E., Y.W.C.A., Varsity Villagers Council. MRS. VIOLA RUSSELL . . . A.B., B.S. . . . Social Science — .Mathematics — English . . . Social Science Club. GLORIA SANTOS . . . A.B. Spanish . . . Newman Club. Commerce — MARY SCH.MELIN(; . . . B.S. . . . Primary Education — Social Science — Home Economics — English . . . A.C.E., Northwest Missourian Staff, Varsity Villagers. .39- WILLIAM SHADWICK . . . B.S. . . . English- Spanish — General Science — Social Science . . . O ' Neillian, Writers Club. RICHARD SHROUT . . . B.S. . . . Commerce and Physical Education — Social Science President Student Senate 1939, " M " Club, Bas- ketball, Pi Omega Pi, Hash Slingers Union. OLIVE SHULTZ . . . B.S. . . . Music— Social Science . . . Chorus. MAURICE SMITH . . . B.S. . . . Physics- Mathematics — General Science. CARRIEMAE STARK . . . B.S. . . . Primary Edu- cation — Music — English — Social Science . . . Y.W.C.A. LURLINE STEVENS . . . B.S. . . . English — Speech — Mathematics . . . Writers Club, Y.W.C.A., O ' Neillian, Choru.s, Alpha Phi Sigma, Varsity Villagers Council, Northwest Missou- rian Staff. PAUL STROHM . . . B.S. . . . Commerce— Mathe- matics . . . Newman Club, Sigma Tau Gamma, Editor-in-Chief Northwest Missourian 1939, Pi Omega Pi, Student Senate, O ' Neillian. MARY FRANCES SUTTON . . . B.S. English— Social Science . . . Alpha Sigma Alpha, Green and White Peppers, Book Club, Alpha Phi Sigma, Pan-Hellenic Council, North- west Mis.sourian Staff. ILENE SWANN . . . B. S. . . . Music— Social Science — Secretarial Training ... Pi Omega Pi, Chorus, Varsity Villagers. HENRY SWIFT . . . A.B. . . . Physics and Mathematics ... Phi Sigma Epsilon, Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, Industrial Arts Club. LA DONNA SWITZER . . . B.S. . . . Home Eco- nomics — Social Science . . . Kappa Omicron Phi, Varsity Villagers Council. PHYLLIS THOMAS . . . B.S. . . . English- Commerce ... Pi Omega Pi, O ' Neillian, Book Club, Varsity Villagers Council. — 40 — SENIORS II CLASS OF ' 39 Kl.r AHRTII TUKNKR . . . U.S. . . . Primary lOdiiiatiiin — .Music — Social Science — English . y . ( ' .?]., (hiirus. Varsity Villagers. HKNIJY TUKNKR . . . B.S. . . . Social Science — Kntflish . . . Sigma Tau Gamma, I i (iamma Mil, Social Science Club, Hash Slingers Union, Northwest MLssourian Staff, 1938 Tower Staff. MARY K. TURNER . . . B.S. . . . Primary Edu- cation — Music — Social Science — English . . . Alpha Sigma Alpha, A.C.E., Barkatze, Residence Hall Council, Pan-Hellenic Council, O ' Neillian. ROBERTA UTTERBACK . . . B.S. . . . Pri- mary Education — Social Science — English — Geography . . . Sigma Sigma Sigma, A. C. E. EMMA LEE VANCE . . . B. S. . . .Commerce — Mathematics ... Pi Omega Pi, Residence Hall Council. RUSSIE VIVIAN . . . B.S. . . . Primary Education — Social Science. MAUDEEN WALKER . . . B.S. . . . Home Eco- nomics — English . . . Green and White Peppers, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pan-Hellenic Council, Residence Hall Council. LORENE WANNER . . . B.S. . . . Social Science — Music — History . . . Chorus, Social Science Club. BELLE WARD . . . B.S. . . . Music— Home Eco- nomics . . Varsity Villager.s, Chorus, Orchestra, Band. JAMES WELLS . . . B.S. . . . Industrial Arts — Physical Education . . . Barkatze, Phi Sigma Epsilon. CLEO WILSON . . . B.S. . . . Home Economics — English . . . Kappa Omicron Phi. VIRGIL WOODSIDE . . . B.S. . . . Industrial Art.s — Physical Education . . . Chorus. Foot- ball, Basketball, Y.M.C.A., Varsity Quartet. MILDRED YATES . . . B.S. . . . English— Com- merce . . . Barkatze, Pi Omega Pi, Book Club, O ' Neillian, Y.W.C.A., Alpha Phi Sigma. — 41 — m mmm ' I n JUNIORS ji- n mdrew Zembles was the president of the class of ' 40 during the 1938-39 school year. Paul Tracy served as vice-presi- dent, Virginia Milliken as secretary, and Francis Stubbs held the office of treasurer. Mary Jo McGee, Bill Metz, Virginia Milliken, Francis Stubbs, and Paul Tracy served on the Student Senate during the year. There were three important things in the life of this year ' s Junior Class. The first and biggest was the Junior-Senior Prom- enade given the last of April with the members of the class of ' 39 as guests of honor. The second of these big events was the win- ning of the interclass track meet by quite a large margin. The seniors placed second, followed by the sophomores and then the freshmen. The nomination of five of its members for the two most important positions on the campus was the third big event. Bill Metz and Frank Baker were nominated for the office of presi- dent of the Student Senate. Bernard McLaughlin, Merrill Ostrus, Paul Tracy, and Edgar Abbot were nominated for the office of vice-president. At the same time the above mentioned students were nomi- nated for their respective positions, sever al students were nom- inated for the Student Senate seats. They were: first 3-term, David White and Virginia Page; second 3-term, Alice Woodside and Francis Stubbs; 2-term, Marion Rogers and Betty Jo McGee; and 1-term, Margaret Kyle and Marianna Obermiller. — 44 — Andrew ZombU-s I ' aul ' I ' racy Virginia Milliken Francis Stubbs Walter Lethem William Metz Edgar Abbott Betty Adams Virginia Adams Lee Barber Mary F. Barrock Evangeline Barton Lynn Bickett Geraldine Bird Irene Bohnenblust Thomas Boyd Ruth Burch Edward Castle Alvin Chrisman Charles Churchill Margarita Collazo-Felix Arleen Congdon Chalmer Corington Edra Cottrell Ursle Crockett Fred Davidson William Davis Ted Davisson Robert Denton Janice Dougan Jean Dykes Glen Edmonson Marjorie Fisher Elizabeth Garder Paul Gillispie Lois Goltry William Grobe Martha Harman Kenneth Harper Addison Hartman Betty Jane Hatfield Frank Hayes — 46 — jm J u N I O R S P c L A S S O F H " 4 Bo 1 1 Willis Ileal Dflort- Hunter Robert JrnninKR Helen Jones Lowell Jones Virginia Kelly June Kidwell Raymond Kinder Max Kirkbride Margaret Kyle Azalia Long Robert Long John Lott Betty McGee Dorcas McPherrin Elizabeth Matheny Ralph Merritt Allene Meyer Deane Miller Gladys Miller Lois Miller — 47 — Robert Miller Robert Mitchell Mary Frances Morell Jewel Myers Marian Nally Maxine Nash Kirtley Neale Marianna Obermiller Lawrence Ogden Merrill Ostrus Lois Oursler Virginia Page Marjorie Perry Mary Porter Dorothy Powell James Powell Edgar Qiiillin Helen Reed Hattie Richards Clayton Ross Stanley Ross — 48 — J u N I O R S |]jL|j; J N c L A S S O Irilinc Kowe JfUii Schneider Jame.s Scott Aucu it Sherman Maruaret Stafford William Stringer Mary Zada Strong Cloyce Taylor Randall Tedlock Marcia Tyson Effie Underwood Esther Van Devander Ruth Van Devander Neil Weary Nancy Western David White Ruth Wilkinson Albert Winemiller Virginia Winemiller Dorothy Woodburn Alice Woodside Mary Worley — 19 — fti II 1 |!! I I n ' CS ' SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES At the election held late in the spring of 1938, Dick Demp- sey. Marjorie Powell, Marjory Stone, and Frank Strong were elected to serve on the Student Senate during the 1938-39 school year. At the class election held two weeks later, Frank Strong was elected the second president of the class of ' 41. Strong succeeded Ed Bird, who served as the head of the class during its first year in the college. Both Strong and Bird are from Maryville. Marjorie Powell of Stewartsville, was elected vice-president; Mary Jeanette Anthony, Maryville, was chosen secretary, and Marjory Stone, Ridgeway, was elected treasurer. Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Truex, assistant direc- tor of personnel for women, and the vice-president of the class, the class held an informal party the last of March. A dance with a show following took the place of the scavenger hunt originally planned due to adverse weather conditions. Twelve members of the class were picked to assist in the pro- ducing of the 1939 TOWER and two members, Marjory Stone and Ed Bird, were elected by the class to serve on the TOWER governing board. Dick Dempsey was chosen as editor-in-chief and Frank Strong as business manager of the 1940 TOWER late in the spring. The TOWER went to press before the election but the fol- lowing members of the class had been nominated for senators for the Student Senate for 1939-40: first 3-term, Nelson Denney and Marjory Stone; second 3-term, Marjorie Powell, Bob Darr, and Lois Langland; 2-term, Joe Kurtright and Gilbert Western; and 1-term, Kenneth Lawson and Eugene McLean. — 52 — mS. FRANK STRONG MARIORIE POWELL MARY I ANTHONY VICE pansmcNT MARJORY STONE DICK DEMPSEY I GLAZE BAKER TTUJiaURER STUDEKT SENATE STUIjF.NT SENATE ■ MARTHA BEEDLE LOUISE EENNXTT EDWARD BIRD FRANCES BLAKLEY MADGE BLOEDEL VIRGINIA BOSCH n VIRGINIA BOV.EN EIXIS BFAY GLEN BRECKINMDGE HAROLD BRUEGGEI ' IAN LUCY LEE BRUMBAUGH GWENDOLYN BURCH CLASS OF ' 41 SOPHOMORES ARLENE CAMPBELL BERNICE CARB PAUL CARSON CHARLINE CASTER MARY W. CATON I " CRYSTAL COOPER ARCELLA COURTNEY JUNE COURTNEY MARGERY CURNUTT ROBERT DARR H G GALE DONAHUE EVELYN DOW KENNETH DOWELL . MACEL DUNFEE lOHN DUNLAP «P» PAUL HELDS ROSE MAE FINK MARTHA FRIEDE MARY V. GARNER ROBERT GARRETT ]! 1 MARIAN HALLER HILDA HAMBUN MAHLON HAMILTON MARTHA HAMILTON AUDA CHENOWETH HELEN CLARK FRANCES CLAYTON JANE CLINKENBEABD AVON COFFMAN GLADYS COOK DOROTHY DAVIS LAURA M. DAVIS MARIAN DAVIS ADLYN DEERE NELSON DENNEY IRIS EBER30LE BAHNETT EICHENBERG JUNE ERNST EVELYN EURITT CHARLES FARMER BEULAH FAHQUHAR MUF z- DORIS GAY FLORENCE GLAZE RUBY GOLDNER lAMES GOODDING EDNA GOODMAN CARROLL GOSLEE VIVIAN HAHBYMAN HAHRIETT HARVEY HELEN HASTY RUTH HENNDJG GLENN HENSLEY REVA HERBERT n CLASS OF ' 41 . KUTH MITCHELL FAYE MOORMAN DON MOYEB RALPH MOVER ELMER MpMFORD D EUGENE lARED LUCnXE lEFTBEY LULA MAY FENNINGS HUTH lOHNSON lACK KEITH BEUIAH KELIM ROSEMARY LARKAM DOROTHY LASELL HARRIETT LASELL PAULINE LAUGHLIN MARY L. LAW KENNETH LAWSON t, ' ' {k VIVIAN LIPPMAN HELEN LONG LARRY LOOS MARJORIE McALLISTER WIUJAM McCURDY lEAN MARTINE DOROTHY MATTER MARSHAL MATTHEWS AVERILL MILLER ERMIL MILLER MADGE MILLER BEN NEALLY n 3P .LLDELS DOROTHY NEIL ANGELINE NEW CLASS OF ' 41 SOPHOMORES DEWEY NEWHART lAYNE NICHOLAS PHYLLIS NIXON WILBUR OSBORNE ROBERTA OSTRANDEri ' Ji FRANCES PYLE VIBGINIA RAMSAY GLEN RANDLEMAN RALPH REMY FEUCITE REYNOLDS! ELBERTA SHANNON EDNA SHAW CARL SLAUGHTER HELEN SMITH NYDA SNYDEB IMOGENE TEMPLETON VIRGINIA THOMAS JAMES THOMSON FLOSSIE TROXEL KATHRYN ' MAX OTTE BEHNICE OWENS GERTRUDE PARKER FLOYD PENCE CHARLOTTE PERRY MABY PETTIS HOSRED RICEMAN STANLEY ROBERTS LttY ROSENBOHM EVANGELINE SCOTT HELEN M. SCOTT MARY SEATON LEASON WILSON LEIGH ROY WILSON MARGARET WILSON MARY R. WILSON LELAND WORKMAN HOPE WRAY M. ZIMMEBMbP ' CLASS OF ' 41 II n I I FRESHMEN n Florence Abarr Willis Adams Robert A ' len Irma Gene Anderson John Anderson Mary Anderson FRESHMEN John Campbell Willa Carter John Andrich Cenilh Arnold Rosal ' e Auldridge Grma Baker Helen Baldwin Joseph Baker Dick Chapman Phyllis Chapman Kathleen Clark Junetta Cole Helen Crouch Marjorie Dakan Charlene Barnes Audrey Bartlett Elmer Barton. Erma Bertram Vida Bernau Jeanne Berry Erman Bird James Boring Milan Boswell Earl Boucher, Jr. Doris Bristol Dean Brown Emma Brown Mary Ann Busby Georgia Callison Dorothy Dalton Frances Darnell Harvey Davis Lucille Davis Betty Dix Willard Dowden Robert Dunham Hilda Elliott James Elmore Mina Espey Victorin Fnlllii Dornlliy l- ' nrnnn ' c rla I ' nrri ' ni Auntin Fnttig Delbert Fimter Donu Foster Stephen Franken Robert Fraser Tommy Frericks Maurine Fryer Ida Hann Ena June Garrett Josephine Garrett Charles Gilland Frnest Glauser Mildred Goldner Helen Gorsuch Mary Grantham At the first election the class of ' 42 held, Kenneth Crawford was elected its president. Harold Wiseman was elected vice-president, with Ruth Morrow and Lloyd Storey chosen to fill the positions of secretary and treasurer respectively. Etta Marie Ha ee and James Boring were elected as the freshmen repre- sentatives on the Student Senate. Dur- ing the spring quarter the following were nominated for senators for the next year: first 3-term, Olive Jo Saun- ders and Mary Kyger; second 3-term, Florence Abarr and Edward Alcott; 2-term, Keith Harris and Don Paxson; and 1-term, Harold Wiseman and Rob- ert Gregg. The 1939 TOWER Beauty Queen, Miss Ruth Morrow, is a member of the class of ' 42, as is Florence Abarr, one of the attendants. The queen and her attendants were presented at the Scoop dance held in March. Sponsored by Dr. Margaret Ruth Smith, the director of personnel for women, the class held a costume party and dance early in the spring quarter. — 63 — Virginia Gray Robert Gregg Mary Grier Mildred Hackett Almon Hagee ftj i 1 |il FRESHMEN WM Mary E. Johnson Marjorie Jones Etta Marie Hagee Clem Hahn George Hahn Frank Hall Dean Keever Zylpha Kessler Violette Hall J 1 Jeanette Handley Margaret Hanna Barbara Kiehlbauch Virgil Klontz June Kunkel Mary Kyger Eleanor Hartness Keith Harris Estella Hartman Bettye June Harazim Dorothy Harvey Coleen Huiatt Bill Humphrey Layte Imler Eugene Ingrain LeRoy Iske Irlene James Andrew Johnson Helen Johnson La Donna Johnson Marlin Johnson Doris Lauber Bemice Laughlin Helen Lewis Virginia Link Phyllis Little Velva Lundquist Helen Lyie Mary F. McCaffrey Wes McClaren Raymond McClurg Troy Mr ;tiirr ICnuTitId McKny Mirdrt-ft MrMiihill rarmen McNeil Mi Id rod Mahun Gilbert Mnllury Itiith Morniw Ilrck Muycr 11 Gwendolyn Masters Charles May Oorothea Melvin Mary Lou Melvin I orothea Miller Douglas Miller Ilah Miller lona Miller Richard Miller Ruth Millike Martha Miner Leon Mitchell 1 Rachel Nimmo X; f Kenneth Norris Helen Norton Evelyn Ogle Jesse Otte Tom Otte V;iIlace Oursler Dorothy Palmer [.ouise Patton Ruth Pfander Mary Margot Phares Marilee Pharis Garvin Piatt FRESHMEN mMn Harvey Smith Paul Smith Nancy Porter Orlo Porter Verlin Powers Margaret Prettyman Kern Randall Ocie Rhoades Clara Snider Charles Snyder Leslie Somerville Leo Sparks Vance Riffie Rosa Leo Roark Troy Roberts Robert Runnels Daniel Saunders Olive Jo Saunders Edward Shelton Marcus Sherman Lucille Shisler Mavis Sbowalter Darrell Sifers Harold Silberstein Vcnita Simmon Donald Simmons Art Smith Dorothy Stafford LaVona Stalcup Eugene Stephens Boh Stephenson Arthur Stevens Louis Strader Mary Strickler Betty Strong Marjorie Surbaugh Margaret Sweeney J. B. Taylor Kenneth Tebow KobrrI TiThuiic llnrolfl IVrrv Miiiiriiw ' rhonmN Krba ThumpNun Pat Turner Richard Vest Helen Vincent (tienna Walton Jo Nell Watts Edythe Whaley Miirjorie While Krma ThtimpRon Clifford Thnrntiin Marreline Wiley ' elraa Thrasher Dorothy Triplett Viva Wiley Mildred Trotter Donald TruIIin er Ileulah Wilkinson Roy Willia Erma Wilson Esther Ward Mildred Warnick Mavis Wohlford Inez Wyant Gertrude Yeater V FEATURES Miss Ruth Morrow Plattsburg March 17, 19:39 beauly, charm, poise Miss Ruth Morrow. annual Scoop dance , MISS TOWER, 1939 I Miss Berniece Owens Annual Scoop dance . . . dancing . . . feature prizes . . . MISS TOWER 1939 reigns . . . Florence Abarr, Diagonal, Iowa; Lois McCartney, Rock- port ; Berniece Owens, Maryville; Virginia Thomas, Hemple; attendants. I i h Si ,L- s : -•► ' Faculty meolinji: (?) Do it " purty. " Powers in the line. Looking ' tilings over. Campus bound. A couple of " ainachewers. Bread line. Little calf — big heller. Ouch! My finger. Dorm serenade. Cheer up, " Gertie. " The Queen rules. Swift and his bowler. A hand-out. Filling up space. Romeo and Juliet. From soups to nuts, seniors all. Hail the Kinj and Queen. Three " Mountaineers. " ' Twas a jrood same. A Jijfsaw puzzle. Soap-box orator. Swinjjinjj in the Hayloft — Freshman party. Swell uame " Weren ' t " it? Flash— Man Bites Dog! Four knots ahead. Trucking down Main. Hold tight. When it Raines — it ' s Bacon. ■77- Horticulturists ' paradise. Transportation a la Diamond T. The silvery majesties. A new feature. Sijjma Tan ' s decorate. Enter below all those in quest of knowledti e. So this is Horticulture. Boys ' flophouse in the making. More power to you. A cordial welcome to our Brazilian friends. New library nears completion. ' Twas a long, hard winter. Herein lies a wealth of knowledge. — 79 — Ambassadors of Swing;. Umm — {rrub. For . . . " Wiimnen " only. Passion Play . . . Swell performance. Do you mean me? Sinj;, you sinners. Things boiled that niirht. Mulliken shoots da ' woiks. Dawdlin.u doodlers. All is calm. You ' re right, that ' s wrong. Democracy shall. . . And the wind blew. ■81 - b ORGANIZATtONS STUDENT SENATE Richard Shrout President Durwood Maxfed Vice-President J. Glaze Baker William MeU William Bernau Virg:inia Milliken The Student Senate is the student governing body on the campus. Its purpose is to promote and regulate student activities as well as to cooperate with the faculty and administration of the college in all matters pertaining to the welfare of the student body. It gives the student body actual practice in a democratic form of government. It provides, also, a means to discuss campus problems. The Student Senate is composed of a president and vice- president elected from the student body at large, four repre- sentatives from each of the upper classes, and two representa- tives from the freshman class. Election to the Student Senate is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon any one by the student body. The Student Senate was organized on this campus in 1922. It has been a member of the National Student Federation of America since 1934. Bill Maloy and Durwood Maxted repre- sented our college at the National Convention of the Federation held in Lafayette, Indiana, during the Christmas holidays. All student committees, as well as the cheerleaders, are appointed by the Student Senate. It sponsors the social commit- tee of the college that plans the all-school social affairs. — 84 — I F 1 lim Borinif Dick Dempsey Hill Evans Etta Marie Hauee Mary Ju McOee Ilill Maloy ,o d OlivtT Marjorie Powell Marjory Stone Frank Strong SPONSORS Mr. Norvel Saylor Mr. Tad Reid Francis Stubhs Paul Tracy OFFICERS Richard Shrout President Durwood Maxted Vice-President Virginia Milliken Secretary Mary Jo McGee Treasurer Frank Strong Parliamentarian REPRESENTATIVES SENIORS Bill Bernau Bill Evans Mary Jo McGee Bill Maloy Loyd Oliver JUNIORS Walter Lethem Bill Metz Virginia Milliken Francis Stubbs Paul Tracy SOPHOMORES J. Glaze Baker Dick Dempsey Marjorie Powell Marjory Stone Frank Strong FRESHMEN Jim Boring Etta Marie Hagee — 85 — Darr Dempsey Bowen Euritt Willis E. Heal Editor Robert Denton Business Manager Argo Ernst Steffey Eichenberg Denney Madget Hensley Photographer Fisher Davidson Art Editor Photographer Wilson Strong The TOWER, the annual publication of the college, is headed by an Editor and Business Manager elected from the Junior Class. Qualifications for these positions are based upon the serv- ices rendered the previous year. Other staff members, consist- ing of an Art Editor, Photographers, and Assistants, are selected from the Sophomore Class by the Editor and Business Manager. One of the largest social events of the year is the annual Scoop dance sponsored by the combined staffs of the TOWER and NORTHWEST MISSOURIAN. The main event of the eve- ning is the presentation of " MISS TOWER, " the Beauty Queen of the college. We sincerely appreciate the constructive criticism and help- ful guidance extended to us throughout the year by Mr. Roy Fer- guson, director of Field Service, our faculty adviser. — 86- In 1911. the official collcjrc newspaper was called the Green and White Courier. In 1929 the name was changed to the North- west Missourian. Besides beinj the main orjran of the publicity department of the coUejie, it provides an opportunity for inter- ested students to gain valuable journalistic experience. The Northwest Missourian is a charter member of the Mis- souri College Newspaper Association. During 1936-37, it gained a First ( lass Honor rating by the Associated (-ollegiate Press of the National Scholastic Press Association. The staff of the Northwest Missourian cooperates each year with the TOWER staff to present the annual Scoop dance. NORTHWEST MISSOURIAN Paul Strohm editor-in-chief Bnurher Gickline Curry (JroshonB Daniel Harvey Davidson Hensley Denton Laneland Evans Marline Marjory Perry Society Editor Virjjil Elliott News Editor Murray Stevens McAllister Stringer N ' elson Strone Oursler Sutton Powell Tebow Keed Wray Kenneth Lawson Sports Editor I ■b 3 It ' iHti I Aharr Abbott Adams Auldridge Barnes Bruegrgeman Burch R. Johnson Kelley Kunkel Kyle McAllister McCartney Matter The O ' Neillian Dramatic Club was organized in the fall of 1934 by a group of students who were desirous of studying the theatre of today. All students interested in gaining experience in any phase of dramatics and cultivating better taste in the field of dramatic art are eligible for membership. Groups interested mainly in lighting, make-up, and scenery, work with those who are primarily interested in the art of acting in the producing and presenting of one-act and three-act plays throughout the school year. The activities of the club this year have been confined mainly to two one-act plays, which were presented during the Winter Quarter. The first of these was Percival Wilde ' s " The Next War, " which was directed by the club ' s sponsor, Dr. Joseph P. Kelly. The second was a one-act play by Noel Coward. " Fumed Oak " was directed by James Hitchcock. " The Next War " gave us a glimpse of what the next war would be like. The men and the boys stayed in the cities, while — 88 — I I I Crawford Mel V in Dow Morrow Eirh«nberff Myers Euritt Nash Foster PettU D. Foster Stafford Groshone SUffey Hamblin Stevens Hutchinson Strong H. Johntton Thomas the women and girls lived in the trenches. The cast consisted of Helen and Ruth Johnson, Evelyn Euritt, Jo Nell Watts, Barnett Eichenberg, and Florence Abarr. A shallow-middle class family was portrayed in " Fumed Oak. " The play hinged upon the change of attitude of Henry Gou, the hero, who decided to turn — became tired of being a submissive, hen-pecked husband. Guy Davis, Margaret Kyle, Ruth Morrow, and Gwendolyn Burch made up the cast. OFFICERS William Hutchinson President Lois McCartney Vice-President Wilma Myers Sec.-Treas. Dr. Joseph Kelly Sponsor — 89 — NEWMAN CLUB Busby Harmon Ramos Dempsey McCaffrey A. Strohm Farnan Metz P. Strohm Grier Morell Sweeney Gorsuch Moyer Zembles OFFICERS William Metz, President Mary F. Morell, Vice-President Beulah Harmon, Secretary Dorothy F ' arnan, Treasurer Miss Katherine Franken, Sponsor The Newman Club is an organization composed of Catholic students of the college. The chapter was organized on our campus in 1922, and is now a member of the Newman Club Fed- eration. Paul Strohm represented the local chapter at the Annual Newman Club Federation Conference, which was held in Washington, D. C, last fall. The club owns a house on West Third Street and sponsors the College High School Junior Newman Club. The club fosters the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic students of the college, assists the college and its students wherever possible, and aids in the work of the Church. A provincial meeting was held at the Club House, April 15-16. Four states, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska were represented. — 90 Any student interested in forensic activities, and who is willinj; to devote the necessary time required for study and prac- tice, is eiij-ilile for the debate squad. Hy promolinji intercollegiate debating, the debate chib hopes to foster the devehipment of the speaking ability of the students of the college. Outstanding members of the debate squad, Harold Hrueg- geman, Helen F.step, Virginia (libson, Kenneth Harper, .lean Schneider, and Frank Strong, are members of the Pi Kappa Delta Forensic Fraternity. Each year the Missouri Kappa Chapter holds a debate tournament at Maryville. Forty teams took part in the tournament this year. In preparing for the divisional tour- nament of Pi Kappa Delta at Excelsior Springs, the squad took two week-end trips, debating six colleges on these trips. Members of Pi Kappa Delta have also been active in the judging of debates and other forensic activities in this section of the state. DEBATE Ahholl Bowles BrueKgeman Busby Davidson Dix Estep G.bson Harper Hatfield Hilrhruck Kyle McCaffrey Harold Brueggenian, President Kenneth Harper, Vice-President McClean OFFICERS Xelaon Schneider Stevens Betty Dix, Secretary Frank Strong. Treasurer Strong — 91 ( A The Young Women ' s Christian Association is an organiza- tion on our campus which is interested not only in the religious development of its members, but also in the social and intellectual development. In order to serve these different functions, its activ- ities are varied throughout the year. The regular meetings are held on the first and third Thurs- day of each month in conjunction with the Y. M. C. A. These meetings are characterized by music and discussions on religious topics led either by members of the organizations or by invited guest speakers. Joint cabinet meetings are also held by the Y. M. and the Y. W. In these meetings officers meet for devotions and a dis- cussion on religious matters. All the freshmen women of the college were entertained at a party held in September by the Y. W. In the fall a hay rack ride was given by the Y ' s for the members and their guests. During the Halloween season a " tacky " party was held. At the Christmas season a group went caroling. Throughout the year, small, informal parties are held at the Y hut. On February 1 the Reverend Joseph Cleveland of the Con- gregational Church in Kansas City, Kansas, was the guest speaker at the International Relations banquet sponsored by the Y. W. and the Y. M. The Y. W. was a strong cooperating organization during Religious Emphasis Week. The activities of the week were car- ried on by Dr. Bradford Abernathy, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Columbia, and Dr. Thornton Merriam, director of the Board of Religious Education at Northwestern University. An Easter breakfast has long been an institution with the Y. W. C. A. At various times during the year, members of the Y go in a body to the different churches in Maryville. Miss Fern Babcock, Regional Secretary of the Y. M. and Y. W. was entertained at a banquet by the two organizations dur- ing the winter quarter. — 92 — OFFICERS l.iirlint ' Sli ' vens. I ' ri-sidont Elizabeth Mathcny. N ' iri ' -I ' rosident Lois LnnK ' and, Secretary Hulh Wriiy, Treasurer Miss O. S. DeLuce Miss Lucille Itrumbaugh SPONSORS Miss Minnie B. James Dr. .Margaret R. Smith Miss Day Weems Alexander Bird Conedon Cooper Crossan Davis Dow Euritt (Earner Goldner Laneland Larkam B. LauRhlin P. Lauchlin Lewis Lon McAllister Matheny Milliken Murray Needels Nelson Offle Reed Kickman Ross Stevens Strong rthe Wilkinson W oodside Wray i n m u p msi SPONSORS Dr. O. Myking Mehus Mr. J. L. Zwingle Dr. Harry G. Dildine Mr. A. H. Cooper OFFICERS Donald Hepburn, President William Evans, Vice-President Leland Hamilton, Secretary Paul Carson, Treasurer Allen Allison Baker Beauchamp Cirson Elliott Evans Farmer Garrett Gregy: Jennings Lewis McCIurg McCurdy Mumford Churchill Hensley A. Smith mFii The Yoiinj, Men ' s Christian Association is open to any seri- (His-niinded male collejje student. Based on a wholesome social life pro«:ram, inchidinj physical, practical, political and relij,nous interests, the Y. M. C. A. encourages sood fellowship. Throujjh this projfram they endeavor to lead the youn men of today into membership and service in the church. Under this influence, many students find themselves united for the furtherance of the ( hristian faith and the spreadinjj of the Kingdom of God throujrhout the world. The Gospel team, organized in 1929, is a very active unit of the Y. M. C. A. This team makes many trips throughout the year to towns in this section of the state, conducting religious services in the churches visited. These services are prepared and pre- sented with the help of the music department of the college which furnishes soloists, small ensembles, and music of all kinds. Active in this work have be en the Brass choir, the Varsity quartette, the Trumpet trio, and a large number of individuals as soloists. Prominent leaders of this team who have contributed much towards the success of this group through their efforts as speak- ers have been Leland Hamilton, Don Hepburn, Virgil Elliott, William Evans, and Wilmer Allison. Twice each month a joint meeting is held with the Y. W. C. A. These joint meetings are characterized by music and discussions on religious topics led by either members of the organizations or invited guest speakers. It is the hope that through these meet- ings a more serious and concentrated effort toward the better- ment of the social life on the campus may be brought about. All through the year these two organizations sponsor many extra-curricular activities. These functions have always been well attended and a great deal of interest shown in the work of these two organizations by the student body as a whole. — 95 — McCartney Perry B. McGee Arso Powell Bohnenblust Holding M. McGee Melvin Milliken Morrow Page Pyle Snyder Turner RESIDENCE HALL COUNCIL The girls living in Residence Hall each year elect a council for the purpose of supplying a means for themselves to partici- pate in student government. Along with disposing of any disci- plinary problems that may arise, the Residence Hall Council supervises the planning and conducting of the social events at the hall. The various committees needed for the activities at the Dorm are appointed by the council. Dances, teas, receptions, faculty dinners, pajama parties, and after-hour feeds are a few of the social activities. Lois McCartney lola Argo President Treasurer Marjorie Perry Marjorie Powell Vice-President Reporter Betty McGee Miss Dorothy Truex Secretary — 96 — Sponsor RB " Dnnicl. Pres ' dent Turner. Secretary Krn»t l.ascll New Ion Johnson, Chairman I.ethem The Pan-Hellenic Council consists of three members from each of the two social sororities on the campus. The presidency of the council alternates yearly between the presidents of Alpha Si ma Alpha and Sigma Sigma Sigma. The council was organized in 1927 for the purpose of fostering a more democratic spirit between the two sororities. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Seeking to bring about a better understanding between the two fraternities, in 1935, Sigma Tau Gamma and Phi Sigma Epsilon (then Sigma Mu Delta) organized the Inter-Fraternity Council. The council provides an agency for promoting the mutual welfare of the two social fraternities. The chairmanship falls each year to the president of the fraternity that is entitled to the majority members of the council, a privilege which alternates annually. — 37 — Social, intellectual, physical, and spiritual development desired by a group of girls in 1928 resulted in the organizing of a chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. A member of a national educational sorority, organized at Farmville, Virginia, State Teachers College in 1901, the Alpha Sigs have played promi- nent roles on our campus. The Women ' s Intramural Basketball Championship was cap- tured by the Alpha Sigma sorority team this year. Captained by Irene Bohnenblust and strengthened by their star, Marianna Obermiller, the team decisively won all their games. The pledges joined with the Sigma Tau fraternity pledges to honor their activities with an informal dance in November. In connection with the other three social Greek letter organizations, the Alpha Sigs participated in an All-Greek dance in October, A few private informal parties with the Spring Formal held early in May constituted the main social events for the year. Argo Bohnenblust Caton Curnutt Ebersole ). Lasell H. Lasell Miller Ofcermiller Owens Page Sutton M. E. Turner M. L. Turner Walker Adams Crouch on 11 MlE Ji Wk mM r T I H OKFICKKS Mary E. Tiirncr President Marjorie I ' erry Vice-I ' resident Maudeen Walker Secretary Irene IJohnenblust Treasurer Miss .Miriam WaRKoner Spunsur PATRONESSES Mrs. J. W. Jones Mrs. Clum Price Mrs. F. .M. Townsend Mrs. Charles T. Bell H A Fink Perry Harazim Hamilton Phares Hunter Huiatt Smith Stalcup Kyger Snyder P. Turner i m 1 . SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA IQSil Burch Carr Daniel David Ernst Gates Glaze Madffet Martine Milliken Newlon Perry Powell Pyle L. Wilson M. Wilson Zimmerman Brown Clinkenbeard Callison Davis Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was the first sorority to be installed on this campus. A member of a national educational sorority, its purpose is five-fold. It strives to build character, develop leadership, promote unselfish cooperation, stimulate high endeavor, and to create a friendly spirit in all human relationships. The social program of the Tri Sigs has been outstanding this year with the Armistice Breakfast dance being one of the most talked about affairs on the campus. The week-end previous to the dance, ten members journeyed to St. Louis for a regional convention. An informal " Girl ' s Treat " dance in March, a Foun- der ' s Day Banquet in April, and the Spring Formal held the 5th of May closed the social activities for the year. — 100 — ' " ' ■ ' ' ' V BH ■ MS flB Hiles McCartney B. McGee M. McGee Richards Shaw Stafford E. Wilson Garrett McDonnell Saunders Utterback Maxine Daniel President Mary Jo McGee Treasurer Virginia Milliken Vice-President Miss June Cozine Sponsor Doris Dee Hiles Secretary Miss Nell Hudson Adviser — 101 — Ok F PHI SIGMA EPSILON Nu Chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon, the newest social Greek letter organization on the campus, was organized in December, 1938. The members were formerly affiliated with Sigma Nu Delta, a social fraternity which had been active on the campus since 1930. Dr. Joseph P. Kelly, Mr. Ryland Milner, and Mr. Pas- chal Monk, all of the college faculty, were initiated as the first honorary members of the new fraternity early in 1939. Boyd Brueggeman Campbell Chambers Davidson amilton Hayes Lewis McCurdy Miller Person Schneider Strong Stubbs Taylor I J A Mother ' s Day banquet is sponsored each sprinjf by the frat for their mothers. Twenty-four new members have sijrned up with the new fraternity in the last two quarters of this year. Fifteen joined durinj- the winter quarter, and nine during the sprinj{- quarter. During their first months as members of a national orji ani- zation, the Phi Sijjs have been very successful socially. The addi- tion of the new members was due largely to the smokers held in the two quarters. The Christmas formal and the " School Day ' s Dance " jfiven durinir the winter quarter and the Spring Formal in May were the outstanding social activities of the fraternity. Duncan Dunham Gickling Mitrhell Oliver Osborne Wrrda Wells Wilson 4 Wynn Duncan President Fred Davidson Vice-President l " rancis Stubbs Secretary Donald Weeda Treasurer SPONSORS Mr. Herbert Dieterich Mr. W. T. Garrett H(). OK. KV .MEMBERS Dr. Joseph P. Kelly Mr. Ryland Milner Mr. Pa.schal Monk Dr. R. C. Person Mr. Sterling Surrey Mr. Hugh G. Wales r Theta Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was installed on this campus, April 2, 1927. Sigma Tau Gamma is the oldest National Social-Professional Teachers College Fraternity. It is a member of the Association of Teachers College Fraternities. Mr. Roy Ferguson, an alumnus of Theta Chapter, is the National Grand Auditor. Sigma Tau Gamma was founded at Warrensburg, Missouri, in 1920. There are now nineteen chapters. James Powell was the official representative of Theta Chap- ter at the National Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio, Decem- ber, 27-30, Mr. Ferguson, Dick Dempsey, Walt Lethem, and Ken- neth Lawson also attended the convention. The fraternity stresses social attainment, extensive partici- pation in extra-curricular activities, leadership and fellowship among its members. Two open-houses are held during the first two quarters. Program dances are given each quarter, with the Spring Formal being the big dance of the year. Informal nickelodeon parties are also given frequently. Baker Goza Ed Bird Harris E. Bird Breckenridge Castle Heal Hall Johnson Coffman Corrington Jones Lake Darr Lawler Davisson Dempsey Lawson Lethem — 104 — SPONSORS Mr. Roy KorRuson Mr. J. Norvel Sayli-r Mr. Wilbur Stalcup Mr. I). N. Valk Mrs. Cora I?oll Clary lIousemolhiT HONOR.VRY MEMBERS .Mr. E. .V. Davis Mr. K. W. Simons .Mr. K. E. Baldwin Mr. K. T. Wright OFFICERS G. L. Johnson Kenneth Lawson President Secretary Bill .Maloy Neil Weary Vice-President Treasurer Jamej Powell House Manager Richards Roberts Steffey I.ierly Maloy Morrow Mulienax Murphy Nickel OUe R. StephenHon Stephenson Strinprer Strohm Tedlock Turner Powell Weary — 105 VARSITY VILLAGERS COUNCIL Composed of girls living off the campus, the Varsity Villag- ers organization was reorganized in 1933 to create a spirit of fellowship among college women. The activities of the organiza- tion are promoted and carried out by the council which is made up of the presidents of the various homes. The council sponsors a social event each quarter for girls living outside the Dorm. The freshmen women of the college were the guests of honor at a party given at the Country Club early in the fall. Late in October, the girls of Residence Hall were the guests of the Villagers on a treasure hunt and picnic. In November, the annual custom of entertaining the House- holders ' Association and the faculty was carried out. The tea was given at President Lamkin ' s home. In turn the Varsity Villagers were the guests of their housemothers at a chili supper. Many social events are sponsored by the council. The Ball of the Belles was the Christmas formal for the organization. A costumed story book party for members only was given early in ' 39. A buffet supper dance and a Valentine ' s tea were also among the highlights of the organization ' s social activities. The women of Residence Hall were hostesses to Dr. Mar- garet Ruth Smith, the sponsor of the Varsity Villagers organiza- tion, and the officers at a dinner given at the hall. Following the dinner, they were entertained by the swimming exhibition given at the college pool. The formal dinner held each year in April at the Hotel Linville and the spring formal in May closed the social events for the school year of the Varsity Villagers. — 106 — SPONSOR Dr. MarKart-t Kulh Smith OFFICERS Helen Estep President Marjorie Fisher Vice-President Elizabeth Matheny Secretary Lois Langland Treasurer Arnold Auldridf e Barnhouse Barrett Bird Clayton Cooper Courtney Dalbey Kstep Fisher Goldner Kelim Lan land I.auirhlin Link McAllister Matheny Myers Murray Needels 1. Nelson L. Nelson Ostrander Ross Switzer Troxel Tyson ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOI The Association for Childhood Education is a national organization of persons interested in nursery-kindergarten-pri- mary education. The purpose of the association is to promote progressive education in the nursery schools, the kindergartens and primary groups, to encourage the development of a more professional attitude among teachers, and to promote friendli- ness and professional solidarity among all students of the col- lege who are majoring in Kindergarten-Primary-Education. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the founding of the Maryville Branch of the Association for Childhood Educa- tion. The local association was organized as a branch of the National Council of Primary Education in December, 1928, under the leadership and guidance of Miss Chloe E. Millikan, the club ' s sponsor. When the local organization of the National Council of Primary Education became an active group of the A.C.E. in 1931, the name automatically changed to the Maryville Branch of the Association for Childhood Education. Meetings are held once a month at which time the latest developments in the field of Primary Education teaching are discussed. One of the outstanding events of the year was the trip to Atlanta, Georgia, for the National Convention of the Associa- tion for Childhood Education. Twenty-five members of the local group made the trip in the college bus. The Maryville girls were the largest group in attendance. The group was chaperoned by Miss Margaret Sutton of St. Louis, who formerly taught at the college in the primary department. Miss Sutton joined the group in St. Louis. Miss Jennie Wahlert, St. Louis, the national president of the A.C.E. was honored at a tea given at the college, November 11, 1938. Following the tea Miss Wahlert took part in the initiation services for seven college girls. — 108 — EDUCATION Anthony Bennelt Itohnenhlust Bosch Brumhauch f ' urnutt Fink Fisher Glaze Hackett Harazim Hart Kidwell Kueker Kyle Lasell Lindley B. Mc(;ee J. McGee Mahan Milliken Morrow Netherton Owens Parker Perry Phares Powrll Ross Schmelinj: Snyder Stalcup E. Turner M. Turner Mary Schmeling Tyson Utterback I -109- President Mary Jo McGee Vice-President Dorothy Lasell Secretary Virginia Milliken Treasurer Miss Chloe E. Millikan Sponsor iA ■■■■■■ HASH i SLINGERS UHION Top Row : Flammang. Barton. Tracy. Riff ie, Harris. Second Row: (ioza. Johnson, Alpert. Shrout, Hutchison. Turner. Brigrhtwell. Bottom Row: Miss Villars, Vogel. Morrow. Hiett. Winemiller, Norris. Kurtright. Although they were organized in the fall of 1925, it was not until 1932 that they were officially recognized as a campus organization. The Hash Slingers Union is composed of those men that are regularly employed at the Residence Hall cafeteria. It was thought that more fellowship among the men employed there could be derived if such an organization existed. The Hash Slingers Union takes an active part in the Men ' s Intramurals, entering teams in the Basketball and Baseball tour- naments. Each year the Hash Slingers sponsor an all-school " Annual Hash Slingers Ball. " The dance was held during January this year in the cafeteria of the Dorm. — 110 — Striving (o promote and oiu-ourano art in every way possil)le amon its own meml)ership, in collej-e, and in society, the Art Club was organized in 191( . Any student majorinjj or minorin in Fine Arts and who has completed live hours in Fine Arts is elijiihle for membership. Associate membership is open to any student who, thouji h not majorinj- or minoriny in Fine Arts, has completed two and one-half hours in the field and has a hijjh scholastic standinjj. If in «ood standinjj at the time of their jiraduation, all active mem- bers become eligible for alumnae membership. Honorary mem- bership is sometimes tendered those, other than collejje students, who are outstandinji in service or accomplishment in the field of Fine Arts. Ber nioe lirisfol I ' resident Ruby Goldner Vice-1 ' rfsident Robert Turner Secretary -Treasurer Miss O. S. DeLuce Sponsor ART CLUB A 1 %, • 1 f i Alano Bristol Cooper Doueran Fisher Goldner Lone latheny McGee Pasre Reed Rhoades Turner Wilson — 111 I KAPPA OMICRON Kappa Omicron Phi, a National Honorary Home Economics Sorority, was founded by the sponsor of the local chapter. Miss Hettie M. Anthony, in 1922. There are now eighteen chapters located in colleges and universities scattered throughout the United States. Its purpose is to further the best interests of Home Eco- nomics in four-year colleges and to develop women with higher ideals of sane living and a deeper appreciation of the American home. To become a member it is necessary to have completed a minor, or the work of a major in Home Economics must be in progress. The member must, also, have a superior standing in all school subjects. Its work throughout the year has been very prominent. At the October meeting an Indian theme was carried out. After the business was carried out games and refreshments were enjoyed around a cheery fire. Refreshments were made and served to the participants of the all-school Christmas Ball by the Alpha Chapter. At its monthly meeting in January a Mexican party was in charge of Iris Ebersole, Mary Worley, Marjory Farmer and Margaret Dickerson. Besides the regular officers of the club there is a Second Vice-President, Lois Miller; a Recording Secretary, LaDonna Switzer; and a Keeper of Archives, Deane Miller. A National Conclave is held every two years. At the national convention in 1938 this sorority won an achievement award. Each year the club awards the scholarship ring to the senior member that has attained the highest scholastic ranking. Beverly McGinness President Marjory Farmer Vice-President Margaret Stafford Secretary Dorothy Dalbey Treasurer Miss Hettie M. Anthony Sponsor Miss June Cozine Sponsor ■112 — IP H I Alrxandcr Barnhoune Oalbey EWrsole Farmer Harvey Kowitz Liffhtle McGinness Marline D. Miller L. Miller Richards Rowe Scott Stafford Switzer Wilson Worley Zimmerman — 113 SOCIAL SCIENCE — INTER This organization first functioned as two separate units. The Social Science Club, and the International Relations Club. The Social Science Club was founded in 1923 and the other club was formed in 1935. Today, through the consolidation of these two strong organizations, the Northwest Missouri State Teach- ers College has a young energetic group of students, both men and women, whose purpose it is to study the problems of local, national, and international affairs. Through the guidance and influence of the club ' s sponsors. Dr. 0. Myking Mehus and Dr. Henry A. Foster, numerous instruc- tive tours have been arranged for the members of the organiza- tion and all others interested. Trips were made to the annual regional International Relations Club meeting in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1938, and in 1939 to the meeting held in Omaha, Nebraska. Another educational experience for the members was the opportunity to view the Missouri State Legislature in session and to tour the Missouri State Penal Institutions. Any college student who is interested in any phase of social science is eligible for membership in the Social Science and Inter- national Relations Club. Two meetings are held each month at which usually a prominent speaker addresses the group on some subject of interest to all. The Social Science — International Relations Club is highly esteemed in the college ' s campus life and the administration deems its educational values of great importance. The club had charge of several assemblies during the year. Peace talks and reports of the Omaha convention were given by leaders in the club. — 114 — NATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB FALL QUAKTKK OFFICERS WINTER QIARTER OFFICERS Vircil Elliott President Wayne Crawford President Harry Irvine Vice-President Gloria Almeida Vice-President Miriam Martin Secretary James Hitchcock Secretary Kenneth Trca Hantze surer SPONSORS Eugene McLean Treasurer Dr. O. My king .Mehus Dr Henry A. Foster Almeida Fallen Kyuer Nelson Baker Gicklintr Lauehlin Oliver Churchill Hackman A. Lone Reed Crawford Hantze I.. Long Reeves Davis Harvey R. Lone Russell Ebersole Elliot! Huiatt Irvine McLean Martin H, Turner M. Turner Estep Klontz Miller Wanner — 115 — tmm PI OMEGA PI Pi Omega Pi, a National Honorary Commerce Fraternity, was installed on this campus in March, 1924. Among the seven charter members was Miss Minnie B. James, who has acted a the sponsor of the organization since its founding. With a membership now of thirty-one actives and twenty-six pledges, there have been one hundred and sixty-nine persons for- mally initiated into the Beta Chapter, which was the second chap- ter organized of the thirty-three chapters operating in twenty- two states throughout the country. Every quarter Pi Omega Pi admits eligible persons in the commerce field to become an active or a pledge. Following each initiation service, a banquet is held in honor of the new members. While to remain an active in the organization, a member must primarily meet and hold a certain high scholastic standing, mem- bers are encouraged to develop socially. To become eligible for membership in the fraternity, the can- didate must first have expressed an intention of becoming a com- mercial teacher. Ten semester hours in Commerce and five sem- ester hours in Education must be completed with an average grade of " S. " An average grade of " M " must be maintained in all other courses outside the Department of Commerce and Busi- ness Administration. Pi Omega Pi strives to establish a fellowship among com- merce teachers who have been members of chapters in teachers colleges or schools of education. — 116 — Ilnrnx-k lU-t ' dlr How Ira llurrh IIUHh Dykes l-nllfr» llrslrr Hunt Irvine KfII - l.nkr Mulnne Maul MnvtFil Nf ' Uitn Newlon NoellHch PoKC I ' erry Uo ' crlH Shrnut Strtthm StuhhM Swann Thomu Vonce Wr«ry Woodburn VatoH IHIH I l HHHIH HHIH HI B iiss Minnie B. James OFFICERS Sponsor Durwood Maxted President Mr. Sterling Surrey Mr. Hugh G. Wales Honorary Members Paul Strohm Vice-President Emma Lee Vance Secretary Phyllis Thomas Treasurer 117 — MUSI V VJ A CAPPELLA CHOIR Sopranos — Belle Ward, Rosa Lee Roark, Donna Foster, Martha Zimmerman, Helen Killion, Marilee Pharis, Ruth Burch, Elizabeth Garder, Dorothy Lasell, Marjorie Murray, Erma Baker, Jean Dykes, Rosalie Auldridge, Hilda Hamblin, Doris Hiles, Edna Shaw, Inez Ebersole, Mary Turner, Harriett Lasell. Altos — Ilene Swann, Esther Van Devander, Esther Ward, Ruth Milliken, lola Argo, Alice Woodside, Ruth Cofer, Mary Law, Virginia Link, Lois McCartney, Arlene Congdon. Tenors — Tom Otte, David White, Marlin Johnson, Merrill Ostrus, Clem Hahn, Rex Steffey, Loyd Oliver, Lewis Horton. Basses — Frank Baker, Art Smith, Robert Dunham, Tom Boyd, Verne Campbell, Leslie Somerville, Ralph Remy, Vance Riffie, C. F. Lyddon, Earl Lincoln, Don Moyer, Kenneth Tebow, Mynatt Breidenthal. — 118 — CHORUS Sopranos — Geraldine Adams, C ' enith Arnold, Rosalie Auldridge, Erma Baker, Evangeline Barton, Virginia Brant. Ruth Burch, Mary Bush, June Courtney, Helen Crouch, Janice Dougan. Jean Dykes. Inez F bersole, Donna Foster, Elizabeth (Jarder, Doris Cay, Violette Hall. .Marguerette Hallock. Hilda Hamblin. Barbara Hanson. .Marian Hart. Doris Hiles. LaDonna Johnson, Mary Johnson. Margaret Kinne. Dorothy Lasell. Harriett Lasell, Berniece Laughlin. Kathryn Lentz. Ruth Milliken. Marjorie Murray, Marilee I ' haris. Dorothy Powell. Rosa Lee Roark, Olive Schultz, Edna Shaw, Clara Snider. Carrimae Stark, Betty Strong, Mary Zada Strong, Margaret Sweeney, Elizabeth Turner. Mary Turner, Effie Inderwood, Mary Uthe, Belle Ward, Jo Nell Watts, Viva Wiley. Martha Zimmerman. Altos — Florence Abarr, lola Argo, Evelyn Badger, Charlene Barnes, .Marye Beck, Hene Boyd. Florence Carmichael. Ruth Cofer, Arleen Congdon, June Ernst, Edna Goodman. Jean (Jroom, Etta .Marie Hagee, Dorothy Hanney. Ruth Johnson. June Kidwell. .Margaret Kyle. .Mary Law, Helen Lewis, Helen Long. Lorraine Long. N ' Irginia Link. Phyllis Little. Lois McCartney, Dorothea .Melvin, lona Iiller. irginia .Milliken, Bernice Murray, ilma Myers. .Mary Needels. Phyllis Nixon. Hene Swann. .Marcia Tyson. Esther Van Devander. Lorene Wanner, Esther Ward, Marjorie White, . lice Woodside, Inez Wyant. Tenors — Wayne Crawford. Itobert (Jarrelt, Lewis Horton, Marlin Johnson, B. K. Lewis, Robert Long. Li yd Oliver. .Merrill Ostrus, Edgar Quillin, James Scott. David White, Robert Wilson. Basses — Frank Baker. Earl Boucher. Tom Boyd. Mynatt Breidenthal, Verne Campbell. Alvin Chrisman. Bob Dunham. Dean Keever, Tracy Lancaster. C. F. Lyddon, Leon .Mitchell. Don .Moyer. Dick Moyer. Garvin Piatt, Ralph Remy, Art Smith. Leslie Somerville, Bob Stephenson, Kenneth Tebow, Leland Workman. — 119 — i DIRECTOR John W. Geiger CONCERT BAND Trumpets — Tracy Lancaster, Don Moyer, Jean Schneider, Frank Baker, Kenneth Tebow, Merrill Ostrus, Barbara Kiehlbauch, Leon Mitchell, Viva Wiley, Eugene Stephens. Clarinets— Henry Swift, Dick Swift. Willis Heal. Dick Moyer, Earl Boucher, Florence Abarr, Mahlon Hamilton, Marjorie Murray, Barbara Hanson, Verne Campbell, Ralph Remy. Flutes — Belle Ward, Leslie Sonierville. Oboes— Lois McCartney, Helen Vincent. French Horns — Estclla Hartman, Edgar Quillin, Esther Ward, Stuart Miller. Bassoons — Andrew Johnson, Eleanor Hartness. Trombones — Tom Boyd, Vance Riffie, Bob Dunham, Mynatt Breidenthal. Baritones — C. F. Lyddon, Marlin Johnson. Basses — Charles May, Helen Reed. Percussions — Arleen Congdon, Martha Friede, Phyllis Nixon, Harriett Lasell, Eddie Marshall. MARCHING BAND Trumpet.s — Frank Baker. Marlin Johnson, Barbara Kiehlbauch, Tracy Lancaster, Leon Mitchell, Garvin Piatt, Jean Schneider, Eugene Stephenson, Kenneth Tebow, Viva Wiley. Clarinets — Florence Abarr, Ed Alcott. Earl Boucher, Verne Campbell, Phyllis Chapman, Ursle Crockett, Jeanette Handley, Barbara Hanson, Willis Heal, ZIypha Kessler, Lois McCartney, William McCurdy, Carmen McNeil, Dick Moyer, Marjorie Murray, Margaret Prettyman, Ralph Remy, Mary F. Strickler. Saxophones — Bud Hamilton, Bernice Murray. Piccolo — Leslie Somerville. Trombones — Tom Bovd, Mynatt Breidenthal, Bob Dunham, Don Mover. Vance Riffie, Ruth Wray. Baritone — C. F. Lyddon. Basses — Charles May, Lynn Bickett. Alto Horns — Estella Hartman, Merrill Ostrus, Edgar Quillin, Helen Reed. Percussions — Marjorie Fisher, Martha Friede, Eleanor Hartness, Eddie Marshall, Phyllis Nixon, Lloyd Storey. Drum Major — Verlin Powers. Drum Majorettes — Helen Hoskins, lona Miller. BAND DIRECTOR John W. (iciRor Violins — Lewis lloilnn. Kenneth Teliow, Jeanetle Handle}-, Hattie Richards, Kuth Milliken. Helen lliiskins. Violas — June Krnsl, Helen Hreidenlhal. Cellos— Lois .McCartney. IMarye Heck. Flutes — Belle Ward. Leslie Somerville. Oboes — Mahlon Haniillini. Helen Vincent. ORCHESTRA Clarinets — Willis Heal, Dick Moyer. Earl Boucher, Florence Abarr. Saxophone — Bernice .Murray. Bassoons — Verne Campbell, Eleanor Hartness. Trumpets — Tracy Lancaster, Frank Baker, Leon Mitchell. Viva Wiley. French Horns — Estella Hartman, Edgar Quillin. .Merrill Ostrus. Stuart liller. Trombones — Vance Riffie, .Mynatt Breidenthal, Don Moyer. Bob Dunham. String Basses — Charles .May. Helen Reed. Piano — .Marjorie White. Percussions — Arleen Congdon, Phyllis Nixon. Eddie Marshall. — 121 — Among the several small ensemble groups in the Music Department of the college are the String Quartette, the Trumpet Trio, and the Girls ' Triple Trio. The String Quartette, composed of Lewis Horton, first vio- lin; Kenneth Tebow, second violin; Lois McCartney, cello; and June Ernst, viola, has entertained at faculty teas and receptions throughout the year. In addition to these performances, they have accompanied other musical groups to various towns in Northwestern Missouri to present high calibre musical programs. Mr. John K. Geiger coached the quartette as well as the Trumpet Trio. Tracy Lancaster, Don Moyer, and Jean Schneider are the members of the Trumpet Trio. They have made appearances sev- eral times during the year at the college assembly programs in E N S E Tebow Ernst Horton McCartney ■ ?f .- — 122 — addition to present inj selections at different or anization mect- injjs in the city of Maryville. The trio has ijone on numerous col- lejfe sponsored trips this year to present projirams to the hiji h schools in this section of the state. Miss Marian Kerr coaches and directs the Girls ' Triple Trio. Much of the music used hy the jrroup is arranjjed by her. Belle Ward. Mary Louise Turner, and Dorothy Lasell sinjf first soprano; Tola Arfjo, Arleen Conjjfdon, and Lois Lanjjland, the sec- ond soprano parts; and Lois McCartney, Marcia Tyson, and Mar- jraret McLaughlin are the altos. Alice Woodside accompanies both the Girls ' Triple Trio and the Trumpet Trio. The girls have pre- sented programs in the college assemblies and have been invited to sing at prominent organization meetings here in the city. They have also taken several trips in behalf of the college. Ward Argro Concrdon Mcl.aufrhlin Woodside Lasell Turner Lanffland McCartney Tyson Woodside Lancaster Moyer Schneider M B L E S SPORTS T B L L N A T I O Ni C (lach Ryland Milner From a small, undersized team, cas- ually dubbed the " Bearcats " back in 1915 by the coach of the Springfield Teachers ' team, to a powerful aggrega- tion with national recognition has been a long, hard road. During these years success and sorrow have both been experienced by the athletes of our college. As is true on any cam- pus, material available, schedule, and the breaks have determined the success of these various seasons. The ' 38 football season, how- ever, was one much to our liking. A large turnout early in the fall of likely looking candidates gave our coaching staff ample mate- rial to draw from. Out of this energetic group developed the Bearcats of 1938. Faced with a heavy schedule and not rated very highly in the M.I.A.A., the Bearcats plowed through to victory, not only winning the M.I.A.A. title, but to go on to national prominence by reason of being one of the sixteen undefeated, untied teams in the country. — 126 — L RECOGN ITION Much credit should o to the student body for their enthusi- astic support of the team. Not only were all of the home sarnes well attended, but larjje numbers followed the team on numerous occasions. Recoj nition should be jfiven our cheer- leaders and pep organizations for their splendid cooperation and sportsmanship. Orchids to our coaching staff, also. Back in ' 31, both Milner and Stalcup were members of the cham- pionship Bearcats of that year. In the fall of ' 33, Coach Wilbur Stal- cup returned to his Alma Mater as head basketball coach and line coach of football. Coach Ryland Milner returned in the fall of ' 37 to assume the duties of head coach of the Maryville football team. It has been through the combined efforts and knowledge of these two men that the Bearcats have made such a wonderful showing. — 127 — Chalmer Corrington Mary Jeanette Anthony Dick Stephenson ' 38 BEAR Bernau Co-Captain Molitoris Co-Captain McLaug hlin M. Rogers Paced by Co-captain Bill Bernau, leading scorer in the M.I.A.A., the 1938 Bearcat squad completed one of the most victorious seasons in the history of the college. Five Maryville men were placed on the first all-conference team. Bernau, quarterback, was also chosen as co-captain of the all-stars. " Big Ed " Molitoris, a tackle and co-cap- tain of the Bearcats, and a member of the all- conference second team last year, drew a berth on this year ' s first team. Bernard McLaughlin, halfback; Marion Rog- ers, guard ; and Stanley Pelc, fullback ; also placed on the first all-conference team. Pelc lead the nation on points from place kick. Frank Baker, end, and Andrew Kruse, cen- ter, placed on the second all-conference team. Baker Cox Curtiss Darr Green Hiett Howell Irvine Kruse Kurtright Litton Loos Nickel Paxson CATS ON TOP The Green and White Peppers, women ' s pep orjcanization, is composed of approximately thirty co-eds deeply interested in all campus activities. While orji anized to add pep and enthusiasm to all school activities, they function most consistently at sports events. Their leadership and contagious enthusiasm has been respon- sible to a great extent for the large turnouts to the college ath- letic contests. Top Row : M. McGee, Adams, Lindley, Walker. Curnutt. Lee. Holding. Second Row: Powell. Ilrown. I hares, Kyger. Salmon. Anthony. Caton. Obermiller. B. McGce. Bottom Row: Santos. Gibson Perr ' . Miss Truex. Miss Wag- coner. Stalcup. Alano. Morrow. m€) GREEN AND WHITE PEPPERS - PROSPECTS GOOD FORIR With twenty-one lettermen slated to return in the fall of ' 39, the coaching staff of the college is looking forward to another successful year of football. Bill Bernau, co-captain of the ' 38 squad with " Big Ed " Molitoris, has another year of com- petition. Bernau was once again elected co-captain of the team, sharing the captainship for 1939 with Marion Rogers, both of whom placed on the all- conference team with Bernie McLaughlin and Molitoris. With the exception of Pelc and " Big Ed, " all the all-conference first and second team men will be returning next year. Andy Kruse and Frank Baker drew spots on the second team, and will be battling hard for first team positions next year. Norman Reital, the junior quarterback from St. .Joseph, should be causing opposing teams plenty of worry with his knack of escaping through the line. RETAINING TITLE IN ' 39 Stanley I elc SEASON SIMMAKY September 23— Hea reals 33 Peru September 30 — Bearcats 20 .Midland College 7 October 7 — Bearcats 21 Nebraska Wesleyan 12 October 14— Bearcats 21 Rolla October 21 — Bearcats 7 Springfield October 28 — Bearcats 2f Kirksville 7 November 4 — Bearcats 13 Warrensburg November 11 — Bearcats 15 Cape Girardeau November 18 — Bearcats fi5 Sioux Falls College Much is expected from tackle John Green and guard Andy Zembles. Bob Rogers is also classed as a first-class guard and a man hard to get by. Don Paxson and Ivan Schottel, halfback, and Bill Litton, center, are three freshmen that will be counted on strongly next year. Leland Vogel, fullback, and Ray Curtiss, end, are expected to add greatly to the offensive power of the ' 39 Bearcats. — 131 BASKETBALL Coach Wilbur Stalcup Left to right: Assistant Coach Milner, Donahue. Insley, R. Rogers, R. Dowell, Hackett, Johnson, Weary, Shrout, Goslee, Alpert. Walker, Breckenridge. Hul!, Htitcheson. Howell, and Coach Wilbur Stalcup. Captained by Bob Rogers, the Mary ville Bearcats finished third in the M.I.A.A. Despite their four losses, the Bearcats defeated both Springfield and Warrensburg. Warrensburg was on the short end of a 33-29 score on their floor. Playing his last conference game Dick Shrout starred for the Bearcats when Springfield lost to Maryville. 36-38. The Springfield game was the last con- ference game of the season and was played on our own court. — 132 — J ■■■■■■■■■ ' ' ' " ' ' Rob Rogers stood third in the list of individual hijrh scorers in the M.I.A.A. IJob made a total of ttl points. Don Johnson was the second hijjhest Bearcat and ranked about ninth in the con- ference with 5() points to his credit. Rollers was placed on the all-conference first team, with Harold (Peanuts) Hull drawing a berth on the second all-conference team. Johnson and Dale Hack- ett were both given honorable mention. With the exception of the Oklahoma City Invitational Tour- nament, and the Kansas City tournament, the Bearcats won all of their games not in the conference. Baker University, the Pitts- burg Kansas Teachers, and the Rockhurst Hawks were among those that the locals defeated. Three out of the five games they played were won by the Bearcats in the Oklahoma City Invita- tional Tournament held during the Christmas holidays. The Maryville boys went into the semi-finals at the National Inter- Collegiate tournament in Kansas City after the close of the M.I.A.A. games. I 1940 PROSPECTS ENCOURAGING | Although the ' 39 season wasn ' t as successful as all concerned wished, the experience gained by the squad will undoubtedly show itself next year. Hutcheson and Goslee are a couple of sophomore guards that will probably make a name for them- selves in the two years of conference play left for them. Neil Weary has but one more year, but he is expected to make the most of it. " Peanuts " Hull can be counted on to " bottle " up the best of the opposi- tion and at the same time manage to gather a few points for the Bearcats. Captain Rogers has another year and with his ability and experience, he makes himself a valuable man for the team. Insley and Donahue are two Maryville boys that are real hustlers on the floor. Hackett has one more year with Maryville as has Ike Howell. Both boys will probably see much service for the coll ege. I — 134. . 1 BARK ATZE This group was orjjanized during the fall quarter of 1932 to add more organized pep to the Bearcats ' activities and to the student body. It is composed of both men and women. Kach fall new members are added from the student body at large. Any per- son that the organization thinks capable of fulfilling the stand- ards set up may become a member. Between the halves of both football and basketball games the crowd was entertained with stunts. Miss Wincie Ann Carruth, one of the sponsors, should be given much credit for her guidance to the Barkatze in preparation for these stunts. The annual Barkatze dance was held in January. Bernie McLaughlin, member of the football and track teams, and Mary Jeanette Anthony, one of the three cheerleaders, were crowned King and Queen of Pep. During the month of February the Bar- katze cooperated with the Green and White Peppers in sponsor- ing another dance. Mrs. Surrey and Miss Findley were added as honorary mem- bers. Top Row — Davis. Mr. Surrey. Metz. Denney. Weeda. R. Mitche!!. Second Row — Mixted. Davidson. Denton. Heal. Wells. McCurdv. Taylor. Third Row — Mrs. Surrey. G. Mitchell. M. Davis. Bernau. Glaze. Bohnenblust. Stephenson. Fourth Row — Argo. Mahan. Malone, Miller. Pyle, Yates, Bo wen. Perry. Bottom Row — Hiles, Shaw, Harmon. Pharis. Myers, Rowe. Newlon. Daniel. WOMEN ' S The Women ' s Athletic Asso- ciation was organized in 1925 for the purpose of promoting a school spirit of loyalty and encouraging the participation in healthful recreation interesting to high-school graduates. Any woman in the college maintaining an average grade of " M " in all her school work and who has earned 75 points in the women ' s athletic department of the college is eligible for mem- bership if she also shows a vital interest in the type of work the organization engages in. The W.A.A. sponsors base- ball, basketball, volley ball, hoc- key, and a variety of minor sports for women. Top Row: Lee. Lindley, Brown. Caton. D. I.asell. Second Row: Hiles. Shaw. Benitez. Clark, Dix. Crouch. F nk. Third Row: Alano. H. Lasell. Holdinc:. Gibson. Kyle. Bottom Row: Ober- miller. Anthony. Smith, Bosch. Kueker. g»i ' ■ ' Adams Anthony Austin Barnhouse Barrett Barrock Bohnenblust Bosch Cook Davis Ebersole Farmer Farquahar Fink Gibson DANCE CLUB I ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Hamilton Hnrvoy Hixinbauffh Holding Huiult Johnflon l.iKhtle M((;t ' e Madiiet Malnne Mnrtin Miller Obormillrr Ramsay Wray Miss Miriam VVacKoner SPONSOR Miss Miriam Wagguner OFFICERS Mary Jo McGee President Gladys Miller Vice-President Mary Frances Barrock Secretary-Treasurer Marie Holding Intramural Manager HONORARY MEMBERS Miss Wincie Ann Carruth Miss Day Weems — 137 — M ' ' CLUB : Top Row : Walker, Hiett. M. Rogers. Weary. Kruse, Shrout, McMuUen. Tabor. Lonu, Molitoris. Second Row : Curtiss, Darr, Carter, Cox, R. Rogers, Green. Paxson, Kurtright. Campbell. Bottom Row : Coach Milner. Coach Davis. Zembles, Howell, Baker. Bernau, Irvine. Goslee, Hackett. Yourek. Nickel. Loos, McLaughlin. Coach Stalcup. Any man earning a letter that is awarded by the Athletic Committee of the college is a member of the " M " Club. With the intention of cooperating strongly with the college to promote better athletics, and striving for tradition, for prestige, for com- panionship, and loyalty, the lettermen have banded together. OFFICERS Harry L. Irvine Frank Baker President Secretary Bill Bernau Quentin Goslee Vice-President Treasurer SPONSOR SPONSOR-MEMBERS E. A. Davis Coach Ryland Milner Coach Wilbur Stalcup — 138 — TRACK The 1939 track season hadn ' t gotten away to much of a start when the TOWER went to press, but the outlook was fairly encouraging. Handicapped by cold weather and forced to do most of the training indoors, the Bearcat squad surprised a lot of track followers by getting a third at the Annual M.I.A.A. indoor meet held in Columbia. Max Mudd ran one of the best miles of his career to be the star of our team. Mer- rill Ostrus did a neat job of high jumping and Bernie McLaughlin turned in a nice performance in the low hurdle event. Tay- lor, Reital, Weary, Long, and Yourek also showed up quite well in their respective events. — 139 — E. A. Davis I N T R A M U R| Under the guidance and direction of Ath- letic Director E. A. " Lefty " Davis, the men ' s intramural program this year has been an out- standing success. Tennis, both singles and doubles, golf, and ping-pong tournaments were sponsored by the intramural commission. The basketball tournament was the high spot of the program. Some thirty teams entered the contest with the number slowly dwindling to seventeen hard- working, clean-playing teams. After the round- robin arrangement had been completed, the first eight teams entered into an elimination tourna- ment with Bill Metx ' s Ramblers and Bill McMul- lin ' s Aces meeting in the finals. Just about as much interest was shown in the final games as was shown at some of the seemingly unimpor- tant Varsity games. In the finals of the elimina- tion tournament the Ramblers defeated the Ace ' s by a slim margin. — 140 — ■r AL SPORTS At the time the TOWER was ffoing to press, the drawinjfs and final arrangements were being made for the baseball tournament. About a dozen teams had shown their intention of entering and the prospects for witnessing some exciting softball games looks good. Prominent among those organizations who have always entered teams in both basketball and baseball are the two Greek letter social fra- ternities, the Hash Slingers, and the boys from Illinois, the Illinois Flashes. In order to keep things interesting and to keep any team from outclassing the others, any man out for Varsity basketball is not allowed to play intramural basketball. The same regulations hold for the baseball games. A newcomer in the intramural sports this year are the " M " Club teams. — Ill — Engravings by HOLLAND ENGRAVING COMPANY Printing by GKIMES-JOVCE PRINTING COMPANY — 142 — A Aharr, I ' lori-iuo (i2, 7;», 8S Dia ' onal. Iowa. Ahlxill. Kdjjar 45. 88. 91 rnion Slar. A. C. E 108 Adams. Betty 45, 90. 136 St. Joseph. Adams, (ieraldine 53, 88 Kllston, Iowa. Adams, VirRinia 45, 98 Ml. Moriah. Adams, Willis fi2 .Mbany. Administrative Officers 21 Alano. I.enora T 53, 111 Zamboanga, P. I. Alexander. .Mice 32, 93, 113 Hopkins. Allen. Robert 62, 94 Maryville. Allison. Wilmer 32, 94 Hopkins. .Almeida. Gloria 32. 115 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Alpha Sigma .Alpha 98 Amorin, Sylvia 32 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. .Anderson, Irma Gene 62 Holt. Anderson, John 62 Maysville. Anderson, .Mary 62 Clarinda. lo»a. Andrich, John 62 Ridgeway. Anthony, Dr. Francis 21 Anthony. Miss Hettie 22 Anthony. Mary J 5.3, 109. 136 Maryville. Argo, lola 53. 86, 96, 98 Skidmore. Arnold, Cenith 62, 107 Ellston, Iowa. .Auldridge, Rosalie 62. 88, 107 Pattonsburg. Austin, Doris 53, 1.36 Gentry. B Bacon. Thelma 53 Bethany. Badger. Evelyn 32 College Springs, Iowa. Baker, Erma 62 Cainsville. Baker, Frank. Jr 5.3, 94, 115 Maryville. Baker, James 53 Maryville. Baker. J. Glaze 53, 84 Cainsville. Baker, Joseph 62, 104 Hamburg, Iowa. Baldwin, Helen 62 Hopkins. Barber, Eddice 53 Burlington Junction. Barber. Lee 45 Burlington Junction. Barkatze 135 Barnes. Charlene 88 Tarkio. Barnhouse. Junetta.5.3, 107, 113, 136 Hatfield. Barrett, Elinor 5.3, 107. 136 Skidmore. Barrett. Lois 53 Skidmore. Barrock. Mary F 45, 117. 136 Maryville. Bartlett, Audrey 62 Clarinda, Iowa. Barton, Elmer 62 St. Joseph. Barton. Evangeline 45 Hopkins. Bartram. Irma 62 Skidmore. —143 — Beauchamp. Erdley 32. 94 Grant City. Beauty Queens. 70 Beck. Marve V 53 Schell City. Beedle. Martha 53 Ravenwood. Beedle, Raymond 32, 117 Ravenwood. Benitez, Ana Virginia 33 Manila, P. I. Bennett, Hannah Lou .3.3, 109 Maryville. Bennett. Louise 53 Ridgeway. Bernau, Vida 62. 84 Earlham, Iowa. Bernau. William 32, 128 Earlham, Iowa. 62 Berry, Jeanne Braddyville, Iowa. Biekett, Lynn 45 Farragut, Iowa. Bird, Edward 53, 104 Maryville. Bird, Erman 62, 104 Maryville. Bird. Geraldine 45, 93, 107 Shenandoah, Iowa. Blakley, Frances 53 Platte City. Bloedel. Madge 53 Tabor, Iowa. Bohnenblust, Irene 45, 96, 98, 109, 136 Pattonsburg. ■ Boring, James 62, 85 Ironton. Bosch, Virginia 53, 109, 1.36 Maryville. Boswell, Milan 62 New Point. Boucher, Earl, Jr 62, 87 Kansas City. Bowen, Virginia 53, 86 Maryville. Bowles, Robert 33, 91, 117 Norborne. Boyd, Ilene 33 Kensington, Kansas. Boyd, Tom 4.5, 107 Forest City. Bray, Ellis 53 Maysville. Breckenridge, Glen 53, 104 Smithville. Breidenthal. Mynatt 33 Maryville. Bristol, Bernice 33, 111 Maryville. Bristol, Doris 62 Maryville. Brown, Dean 62 Hamburg, Iowa. Brown, Emma Isabel 62, 100 Maryville. Brown, Walter 33 Maryville. Brueggeman, Harold... 53, 88, 102 Maryville. Brumbaugh, Miss Lucille 21 Brumbaugh, Lucy Lee 53, 109 Maryville. Burch. Ada 33, 117 Ravenwood. Burch, Gwendolyn 53, 88 Graham. Burch, Ruth 45, 100 Maryville. Burns, Miss Hazel 22 Busby, Mary Ann 62, 90, 91 Maryville. Bush, Mary V 33, 117 Fairfax. C Cagley, George 33 Clarinda, Iowa. Callison, Georgia 62, 100 Clinton. Campbell, Arlene 54 Ridgeway. Campbell, John 62 Tarkio. Campbell, Verne 102 Tarkio. Carr, Bernice 54, 100 Maryville. Carruth, Miss Wincie Ann 22 Carson, Paul 54, 94 Diagonal, Iowa. Carter. Charline 54 Princeton. Carter. Willa Belle 62 Polo. Cass, Miss Velma 26 Castle, Edward 45, 104 Wheeling. Caton. Mary W 54, 98 Mound City. Cauffield, Mr. Arthur 22 Chambers, Curtis 33, 102 Burlington Junction. Chapman, Dick 62, 87 Miami, P lorida. Chapman, Phyllis 62 Northboro, Iowa. Cheerleaders 127 Chenoweth, Auda 55 Darlington. Chrisman, Alvin 45 Trenton. Churchill, Charles 45, 94, 115 Maryville. Clark, Helen 55 Bedford, Iowa. Clark, Kathleen 62 Maryville. Clayton, Frances 55, 107 New Market, Iowa. Clinkenbeard, Jane 55, 100 De Kalb. Coffman, Avon 55, 104 Oregon. Colbert, Mr. George 22 Cole, Junetta 62 Rae. Collazo-Felix, Margarita 45 Caguas, Puerto Rico. Congdon, Arleen 46, 93 Clarinda, Iowa. Cook, Bartlette 33 Maryville. — 144 — Cook, Gladys ' 55, 136 Maryville. Cook, Mr. T. H 22 Cooper, Mr. A. H 21 Cooper, Crystal 54, 93, 107, 111, 113 Sheridan. Corington, Chalmer 46, 104 Maryville. Cottrell, Edra 46 Gilman City. Courtney, Arcella 54 Burlington Junction. Courtney, June 54, 107 LTnion Star. Cozine, Miss June 22 Crahan, Miss Helen 22 Crawford, Wayne 34, 89, 115 Maysville. Crockett, Ursle 46 Maryville. Crossan, Lora Mae 34, 93 Maryville. Crouch. Helen 62, 98 King City. Curnutt, Margery 54, 98, lO:) Kansas City. Curry, Charles 34, 87 Lexington. D Dakan, Marjorie 62 Skidmore. Dalbey, Dorothy 34, 107, 113 Burlington Junction. Dalton. Dorothy 62 Benton, Iowa. Dance Club 136 Dando, Miss Catherine 22 Daniel, Maxine 34. 87, 97, 100 Maryville. Darnell. Caroline 62 New Hampton. Darr. Robert 54, 86, 104 Bethany. David, Georgia 55, 100 Pickering. Davidson, Fred. 46, 86, 87. 91, 102 Barnard. Davis, Dorothy 55 Maryville. Davis, Mr. E. A 22, 140 Davis. Guy 34, 115 Craig. Davis, Harvey G2 Lini ' ville. Davis. Laura M SS, 1(M) Alaitland. Davis. Lucille r.2 Maryville. Davis. Marian . " . " ), ISfi. KM Maryville. Davis, William ( ' De Kalb. Davisson, Ted 46, 104 St. Joseph. Dehate 91 Deere, .Vdly n 55 CorniuK. Iowa. DeLuce. Miss Olive 23 Dempsey. Dick. . " .•}, 85, 86, 90. 104 Kansas City. Denney, Nelson 55, 86 liedding, Iowa. Denney. Wilber 34 Barnard. Denton. Robert 46, 86, 87 Richmond. Dieterich. Mr. H. R 23 Dildine, Dr. Harry 23 Dix, Betty 62, 91 Boonville. Donahue, Gale 54 Maryville. Dougan, Janice 46, 111 Lenox, Iowa. Dow, Dr. Blanche 21 Dow, Evelyn 54. 89, 93 Springfield. Dowden. Willard 62 Maryville. Dowell, Kenneth 54 Maryville. Duncan, Wynn 34. 95, 103 Lineville, Iowa. Dunfee. .Macel 54 Fairfax. Dunham. Robert 62. 103 Bethany. Dunlap. John 54 Fairfax. Dykes, Jean 46, 117 King City. Dykes, Miss Mattie 23 E Eberhart, Miss Duane 27 Ebersole, Inez 34, 115 Maryville. Ebersole. Iris . S, 98, 113. 136 Maryville. Edmon.son. (ilen 46 Union Star. Eichenberg, Barnett 55, 86, 89 Kansas City. Elliott, Hilda 62 (iraham. Elliott, Virgil 34, 94, 115 Barnard. Elmore, James 62 Cassville. Ernst, June 55, 86, 97, 100 Clarinda, Iowa. Espey, Mary R 34 Maryville. Espey, Mina 62 Maryville. Estep, Helen 31. 91, 107, 115 Cnion Star. Euritt. Evelyn 55, 86, 89, 93 Mount Ayr, Iowa. Evans, Lorene 34 Maryville. Evans. William 32, 85, 87, 94 Sheridan. F Faculty Council 21 Fallers, Maxine 115. 117 Essex, Iowa. Fallis, Victoria 63 New Hampton. Farmer, Charles 55. 94 Cambria. Farmer, Marjory 35. 113, 136 Cambria. Farnan, Dorothy 63, 90 Parnell. Farquhar, Beulah 55, 136 Burlington Junction. Farrens. Verla 63 Clarinda, Iowa. Fattig, Austin 63 Grant City. Fentress. Miss Alline 23 Ferguson. Mr. Roy 21 Ficklin. Lucille 35 Maryville. Fields, Paul 54 Maryville. Fine Arts Club Ill Findley. Lourine 26 Fink, Rose Mae. . .54. 99. 109, 136 Oregon. — 145 — Fisher, Marjorie 46, 86, 107. 109, 111 Maryville. Fisher. Miss Mary 23 Forbes. Miss Esther 26 Foster, Delbcrt 63, 89 L ' nion Star. Foster, Dona 6.3, 89 Clarinda, Iowa. Foster, Dr. Henry 23 Franken. Miss Katherine 23 Franken, Stephen 63 Norborne. Eraser, Robert 63 Maryville. Frericks, Tom 63 Fairfax. Freshmen 61 Friede, Martha 54 St. Joseph Fryer, Maurine 63 Chillicothe. G 63 Gann, Ida Triplett. Garder, Elizabeth 46 St. Joseph. Garner. Mary V 54. 93 Winston. Garrett, Ena June 6.3, 101 Maryville. Garrett, Mr. Hubert 23 Garrett, Josephine 63 Rosendale. Garrett. Robert 54, 94 Parnell. Garrett, Mr. W. T 23 Gates, Dortha 35, 100 Grant City. Gates, Vera 35 Maryville. Gay, Doris 55 Rea. Geiger, Mr. John W 24 Gibson. Virginia .35. 91. 136 St. Joseph. Gickling, Edward.. 35, 87, 103, 115 Richmond. Gilland, Charles 63 Gentry. Gillespie. Paul 46 Ridgeway. Glauser. Ernest 63 St. Joseph. Glaze, Florence 55, 100, 109 Coffey. Goldner, Mildred 63 Kellerton, Iowa. Goldner, Ruby.... 55, 93, 107, 111 Kellerton, Iowa. Goltry, Lois 46 Russell, Iowa. Goodding, J. B 55 Moberly. Goodman, Edna 55 Barnard. Gorsuch. Helen 63, 90 Conception Junction. Goslee, Q. Carroll 55 Skidmore. Goza, Willis 35, 97, 104 Mounds, Illinois. Grantham, Mary 63 Ravenwood. Gray, Virginia 64 Clearmont. Green and White Peppers 129 Gregg, Robert 64, 94 Stanberry. Grier, Mary 64, 90 Hemple. Grobe, William 46, 94 La Parte City, Iowa. Groom, Jean 54 Darlington. Groshong, Julian 35, 87, 89 Smithville. H Hackett, Mildred 64, 109 Fairfax. Hackman. Carl 35, 115 Skidmore. Hagee, Almon 64 Maryville. Hagee, Etta Marie 64, 85 Lenox, Iowa. Hahn, Clem 64 Maryville. Hahn, George 64 Maryville. Hake, Dr. J. W 21 Hall, Frank 64 Moberly. Hall, Violette 64 Grant City. Haller, Marian 54 Wilcox. Hamblin, Hilda 54, 89 Braymer. Hamilton, Mahlon 54. 102 Maryville. Hamilton, Martha Jane. 54, 99, 137 Maryville. Handley, Jeanette 64 Edgerton. Hanna, Margaret 64 Hopkins. Hantze, Kenneth 35, 115 Maryville. Harazim, Bettye June. .64, 99, 109 Alexandria, Louisiana. Harman, Martha 46 St. Joseph. Harmon, Beulah 35, 90 Maryville. Harper, Kenneth 46, 91 Fort Morgan, Colorado. Harris, Keith 64, 104 Gower. Harry man, Vivian 55 Weston. Hart, Marian 35 Essex, Iowa. Hartman, Addison 46 Maryville. Hartman, Estella Jane 64 Maryville. Hartness, Eleanor 64 Maryville. Harvey, Dorothy 64 Savannah. Harvey, Geneva 36, 113 Savannah. Harvey, Harriett 55, 87, 137 Tarkio. Harvey, W. Dexter. . .36, 115, 117 Maryville. Hash Slingers Union 110 Hasty, Helen 55 Maryville. Hatfield, Betty Jane 46, 91 Maryville. Hayden, Frank 36 Maryville. Hayes, Frank 46, 102 St. Joseph. Heal, Willis E 47, 86, 104 Kansas City. Helwig, Miss Katherine 24 Henning, Ruth 55 Mound City. — 146 — Hensley, Glenn, Jr... 55, 86, 87, 94 Stanberry. Herbert, Reva 55 Oregon. Hester, Ethel 36, 117 Mound City. Hiles, Doris Dee 36, 101 Burlington Junction. Hill, Eugene 36, 104 Calhoun. Hitchcock, James 36, 91 Clarinda, Iowa. Hixinbaugh, Unity 36, 137 Creston, Iowa. Holbrook, James 56 Maryville. Holding, Marie 36, 96, 137 St. Joseph. Hooper, Dorothy 36 Maryville. Hopkins, Miss Carrie 24 Horan, Miss Mary Ellen 26 Horsfall, Dr. Frank 24 Hoskins, Helen 56 Clarinda, Iowa. Hubble, Dorothy 56 Maysville. Hudson, Miss Nell 21 Huiatt, Coleen 64, 99, 115, 137 Mound City. Hull, Harold 56, 104 Maryville. Humphrey, William 64 Grant City. Hunt, Coleta 36, 117 Polo. Hunter, Delore 47, 99 Fairfax. Hurst, Mary 56 Fairfax. Hutchinson, William 31, 89 Maryville. I Imler, Layte 64, 94 Eldon. Ingram, Eugene 64 Maryville. Inter-Fraternity Council 97 Irvine, Harry 36, 115, 117, 124 Fairfax. Iske, LeRoy 64 King City. I I I J Janu ' s. IrU ' iie fil I.iick Springs. Jann-s. .Miss Minnir It 2t Jart ' d, Kiijii ' iif 57 Itfdford, Iowa. Joffrev. Lucille r 7 Hale. JenninRs, Lula May 57 Stanlu-rry. Jenninjis. Hohert 17, !) 1 Stanherry. Johnson, Andrew ()4 Camden. Johnson, G. L 37, 97, 101 Odessa. Johnson. Helen R4, 89 Kosendale. Johnson, LaDonna 64 Essex, Iowa. Johnson, .Marlin 64 Essex. Johnson, .Mary E 64 Kavenwood. Johnson. Ruth 57, 88. 137 Rosendale. Jone.s, Helen 47 Maryville. Jones, Dr. J. W 20 Jones, Lowell 47, 104 Stewartsville. Jones. Marjorie 64 Dawn. Juniors 43 K Kappa Omicron Phi 112 Kauffman, Earl 37 Princeton. Keever, Dean 64 Skidmore. Keith. Jack 57 . urora. Keith, Miss Mary E 24 Kelim, Beulah 57.107.137 Allendale. Kelley. Charles D 37. 88, 117 Gower. Kelly. Dr. J. P 24 Kelly. Virginia 47 Cosby. Kerr, Miss Marian 24 Kessler, Zvlpha 64 Maryville. Ketchem, William 56, 94 Maysville. Kidwell, June 47, 109 Marlinsville. Kii ' hlbauch, liarbara 64 Avon, South Dakota. Kinder, Raymond 47 Maryville. Kirkhride. Max 47 Ravenwood. Klontz, Virjril 64, 115 Moundville. Kowitz. Atrnes 56, 113 Helena. Kruse, Andrew 56, 128 Steamboat Rock, Iowa. Kueker, Frances 37, 109 St. Joseph. Kunkel, June 64, 88 .Mound City. Kurtriftht, Robert 56 .VIbany. Kyger, Mary 64, 99, 115 Stanherry. Kyle, Helen 37, 109 Graham. Kyle, Margaret 44, 47. 91 Graham. L L ' air, Miss Ramona Lucille 24 Lake. Caton 37, 104. 117 Maryville. Lamkin, Mrs. Uel VV 8 Lamkin, President Uel W 19 Langland, Lois 56, 87, 93. 107 Sprinjt Grove, Minn. Larkam. Rosemary 57, 93 .Maitland. Lasalle, Dorothy 57. 98, 109 Maitland. Lasalle, Harriet 57, 97. 98 .Maitland. Lauber, Doris 64 Savannah. Laughlin, Bernice 64. 93 Guilford. Laughlin. Pauline. 57, 93, 107. 115 Guilford. Law, Mary Louise 57 Nevada. Lawler, Vern 37, 104 Maryville. — 147 — Lawson, Kenneth 57, 104 Ravenwood. Lee, Virginia 56 Mound City. Lethem, Walter 45, 97, 101 Maryville. Lewis, |{. K 56, 91. 102 Ravenwood. Lewis, Helen 64, 93 Ravenwood. Lierly, John 37, 104 Gilman City. Lierly, Ruth 56 Gilman City. LiRhtfool. Darlene 56 Karratjut, Iowa. Lightle, Winifred 56, 137, 113 Bolchow. Lindley. Betty 57. 109 Maryville. Link. Virginia 64. 107 Mount Ayr. Iowa. Lippman, Vivian 57 Maryville. Little, Phyllis 64 College Springs, Iowa. Long, .Azalia 47, 115 Maryville. Long, Helen 57 Worth. Long, Lorraine 37. 93. Ill, 115 Maryville. Long, Robert 47. 115 Maryville. Loos, Larry 57, 128 Jackson. Lott, John 47 Halls. Lowery, Dr. Ruth 24 Lundquist, Velva 64 Corning, Iowa. Lyle, Helen 64 Parnell. M Mc.-Xllister, Marjorie 57, 87, 88, 93, 107 Farragut. Iowa. McCaffrey. Mary F 64. 90. 91 Maryville. McCamy. Russell 37 St. Joseph. McCartney. Lois ■. 37. 73. 88. 96. 101 Rockport. McClaren. W ' es 64 Elmo. McCIurg, Raymond 64, 94 Pickering. McCurdy, William 57, 94, 102 liraddyville, Iowa. McDonnell, Helen 56, 101 Weston. McGee, Betty. 47, 96, 101, 109, 111 Harri.s. McGee, Marv Jo 32, 85, 96, 101, 109, 137 Harris. McGinness, Beverly 37, 113 Graham. McGuire, Troy 65 Hopkins. McKay, Emerald 65 Eaglevilie. McLaughlin, Margaret 56 Grant City. McLean, Eugene 56, 91, 115 St. Joseph. MeMahill, Mildred 65 Osborn. McNeil, Carmen 65 Fairfax. McPherrin, Dorcas 47 Oakland, Iowa. " M " Club 138 Madget, Mary 56, 86, 100, 137 St. Joseph. Maffitt, Reba 56 Barnard. Mahan, Mildred 65, 109 Maryville. Malan, Everett 65 Wentworth. Malone, Nadene 38, 117, 137 Clearmont. Maloy, Bill 32, 85, 105 Redding, Iowa. Malloy, Gilbert 65 Marshall, Edwin 38 St. Joseph. Martin, Mariam 38,115,137 Maryville. Martine, Jean 57, 87, 100, 113 Hammond, Ind. Mason, Dr. Carol Y 25 Masters, Gwendolyn 65 Maryville. Mathenv, Elizabeth 47, 93, 107, 111 Westboro. Matter, Dorothy 57, 88 Osborn. Matthews, Marshal 57 M aloy, Iowa. Maul, Leia 38, 117 Maryville. Maxted, J. Durwood 38, 84, 117 Tabor, Iowa. May, Charles 65 Bedford, Iowa. Mehus, Dr. O. Myking 21 Melvin, Dorothea 65 Hopkins. Melvin, Mary Lou 65, 96, 89 Rockport. Merritt. Ralph 47 Skidmore. Metz, William 45, 84, 90 Wiota, Iowa. Meyer, Allene 47, 107 Oregon. Miller, Averill 57 Graham. Miller. Deane 47, 113 Grant City. Miller, Dorothea 65 Hopkins. Miller, Douglas 65 Maryville. Miller, Ermil 57 Maysville. Miller, Gladys 47, 115, 137 St. Joseph. Miller, Hah 65 Bolckow. Miller, lona 65, 98 Bethany. Miller, Lois 47, 113 Grant City. Miller, Madge 57 Hatfield. Miller, Richard 65 Farragut, Iowa. Miller, Robert R 48, 102 Burlington Junction. Millikan, Miss Chloe E 21 Milliken, Ruth 65 Gower. Milliken, Virginia 4.5, 84. 93, 96, 100, 109 Corning, Iowa. Milner, Mr. Ryland 25.126 Miner, Martha 65 Ridgeway. Mitchell, Gerald 31 Maryville. Mitchell, Leon 65 Gentry. Mitchell, Robert 48, 103 Skidmore. — 148 — Mitchell, Ruth Lucille 56 Burlington Junction. Molitoris, Edward 38, 128 Thayer, III. Monk, Mr. Paschal 25 Moorman, Faye 56 Pleasanton, Iowa. Morell, Mary Frances 48,90 Hubbard, Ohio. Morrow. Ralph 38, 105 Plattsburg. Morrow, Ruth... 65, 70, 89, 96, 109 Plattsburg. Moyer, Don 56 Harrisburg, Penn. Moyer, Ralph 56, 90 Maryville. Moyer, Richard S 65 Harrisburg, Penn. Mullenax, Loy 38, 105 Coffey. Mullikin. Cecil 38 Richmond. Mumford, Elmer Earl 56, 94 Pickering. Murphy, Earl 57, 105 Weston. Murray, Bernice 57 Albany. Murray, Marjory .. .38, 87, 93, 107 Oregon. Music 118 Myers, Jewel L 48 Hamilton. Myers, Wilma 38, 89 Turney. N Nally, Marian 48 Blythedale. Nash, Maxine 48, 89 Norborne. Neale, Kirtley 48 Moberly. Neally, Ben 57 Shenandoah, Iowa. Needels, Cathrine 57, 93, 107 Ravenwood. Neil. Dorothy 57 Maysville. Nelson, Irene 31, 107, 117 Barnard. Nelson, Lucille. 87, 91, 93, 107, 115 Hatfield. Netherton, Eloise 38, 109 Jameson. New, AnKelino r 7 Parnell. Newhart. Dewoy 58 Stowjirtsville. Newloii. .Marv .lano ; ;t!», !t7. 100. 117 Hopkins. Newman CUih 90 NichDJas, Jajne 58 St. Joseph. Nickel. Jean .?(», 128, 10. " . Verden, 111. Nimmo, Kachol 65 Tarkio. Nixon. I ' h.vllis 58 Leon, Iowa. Noellsch, Louise Sil. 117 Oregon. Northwest Missourian 87 Norris. Kenneth 65 (iilman Cit.v. Norton, Helen 65 Mt. Moriah. O Obermiller, Marianna. .48, 98, 137 Jackson. Ogden, Lawrence 48 Maryville. Ogle. Evelyn 6.5, 93 Blockton, Iowa. Oliver, Lovd 32, 85, 10.3, 115 Guilford. O ' Neillians 88 Osborne. Wilbur 58, 103 Allendale. Ostrander. Roberta 58, 103 Blockton. Iowa. Ostrus, .Merrill 48 Vviota, Iowa. Otte, Jesse 65 Maryville. Otte, Max 59, 105 Sidney, Iowa. Otte, Tom 65 Marvville. Oursler, Lois 48 .Maryville. Oursler, Wallace 65, 87 Maryville. Owens. Bernice 59, 72, 98, 109 Marvville. Page, Virginia 48. 96, 97, 98. Ill, 117 Bedford, Iowa. i ' ainlti. Dr. Anna M 21 TalnuT. Dorothy 66 Dearhiirn. I ' an-IIellenic Council 97 Parker, (u-rtrude 59, 109 Bolckow. I ' atton. Louise 6() Barnard. Pence, Floyd 59 Burlington Junction. Perry, Charlotte. .59. 100, 10!), 117 Forest City. Perry, Marjorie 48, 96, 99. 117 Mound City. Person. Paul 39, 97, 102 Maryville. Peterson. .Aliss Marian 26 Pettis, Mary 59, 89 Kellerton, Iowa. Pfander, Ruth 66 Maryville. Phares, Mary Margot..66, 99, 109 Maryville. Pharis, Marilee 66 Weston. Phillips, Mr. H. T 21 Phi Sigma Epsilon 102 Piatt, Garvin 66 Maryville. Pi Kappa Delta 91 Pi Omega Pi 116 Planck, Miss Elisabeth 27 Porter, Miss Margaret 27 Porter, Marv 48 Platte City. Porter, Nancy 66 Osborn. Porter, Orlo 66 Parnell. Powell, Dorothy 48 St. Joseph. Powell. James 48, 105 Stewartsville. Powell, Marjorie 53, 85, 87, 96, 100, 109 Stewartsville. Powers, Verlin 66 Maryville. Prettyman, Margaret 66 Tarkio. Pyle, Frances 58, 96, 100 Pattonsburg. Q Quillin, Edgar 48 Laurel, Delaware. — 149 — R Ramos. Nilo .39, 90 (Japan. Nuera Ecija, P. I. Kamsav, Vir ginia 58, 137 Maryville. Randall, Fern 66 (Jraham. Raiidelman, (ilen 58 Barnard. Reed, Helen 48, 89, 93, 111, 115 Maryville. Reeves, Avon 39, 115 Craig. Reid, Mr. T. C 21 Remy, Ralph 58 Shenandoah. Iowa. Residence Hall Council 96 Reynolds, Felicite 58 Tarkio. Rhoades, Ocie 66, 111 Maryville. Richards, Hattie 48, 101, 113 Rockport. Richards, Paul 39. 105 Oregon. Rickenbrode. Mr. W. A 21 Rickman, Hildred 59, 93 Oregon. Rif f ie, Vance 66 Maysville. Roark, Rosa Lee 66 Maryville. Roberts, Carl 66 Weston. Roberts. Charold 39, 105 Bedford, Iowa. Roberts, Stanley 59 Stanberry. Roberts. Troy 66 Rosenbohm, Lily 59 Graham. Ross, Clayton 48 New Hampton. Ross. Ressie Mae. . .39, 93. 107, 109 Trenton. Ross, Stanley 48 Ravenwood. Rowe, Iriline 49, 113 Redding, Iowa. Runnels, Robert 66 Pickering. Russell, Mrs. Viola 39, 115 St. Joseph. S Santos, Gloria 39 Manila, P. I. Saunders, Daniel 66 Stewartsville. Saunders, Olive Jo 66, 10] Maryville. Sayler, Mr. J. N 25 Schmeling. Mary 39, 109 Atciiison, Kansas. Sclineider, Jean... 49. 91, 102, 109 Stanberry. Scott, Miss Eunice 27 Scott, Evangeline .59, 113 Maryville. Scott, Helen Marie 59 Maryville. Scott, James 49 Graham. Seaton, Mary 59 Delphoo, Iowa. Seniors 29 Shadwick, William 40 Rockport. Shannon, Elberta 58 Trimble. Shaw, Edna 58, 101 Maryville. Shelton. Edward 66 Quitman. Sherman, August 48 Barnard. Sherman, Marcus 66 Barnard. Shisler, Lucille 66 Stanberry. Showalter, Mavis 66 Craig. Shrout, Richard 40, 84, 117 Calhoun. Shulfz, Olive 40 King City. Sif ers, Darrell 66 Stewartsville. Sigma Sigma Sigma 100 Sigma Tau Gamma 104 Silberstein, Harold 66 Columbia. Simmon, Venita 66 Hemple. Simmons, Donald 66 Ravenwood. Simons, Mr. Kenneth W 25 Slaughter, Carl 58 Bethany. Smith, Arthur 66, 94 Clarinda. Smith, Miss Dora B 25 Smith, Harvey 66 Sedalia. Smith, Helen 58, 99 Oregon. Smith, Dr. Margaret Ruth 20 Smith. Maurice 40 Oregon. Smith, Paul 66, 94 Colony, Kansas. Snider, Clara 66 Forest City. Snyder, Charles 66 Mercer. Snyder, Nyda 58, 96, 99, 109 Maitland. Social Science Club 114 Somerville, Mr. Leslie G 25 Somerville, Leslie 66 Maryville. Sophomores 51 Sparks, Leo 66 Waynesville. Sports 125 Spratt, Catherine 59 Weston. Stafford, Dorothy 66, 89 Conway, Iowa. Stafford, Margaret 49, 101, 113 Tarkio. Sfalcup, LaVona 66, 99, 109 Oregon. Stalcup, Mr. Wilbur 25, 132 Stark, Carriemae 40 Pattonsburg. Steffey, Rex 59, 86, 89, 105 Craig. Stephens, Eugene 66 Shenandoah, Iowa. Stephenson, Richard 59, 105 Bethany. Stephenson, Robert 66, 105 Bethany. Stevens, Arthur 66 Union Star. Stevens, Lurline. . .40, 87, 89, 91, 93 Allendale. Stone, Marjory 53, 85 Ridgeway. Strader, Louis 66 Barnard. Strickler, Mary Frances 66 Craig. Stringer, William R 48, 87, 105 Moberly. Strohm, Amelia 59, 90 Maryville. Strohm, Paul R 40, 90, 105, 117 Maryville. Strong, Betty 66 Clarinda, Iowa. Strong, Frank 53, 85, 86, 87, 89, 91, 102 Maryville. Strong, Mary Zada 49, 93 Clarinda, Iowa. Stubbs, Francis. .45, 85, 94, 102, 117 Amazonia. Student Senate 84 Surbaugh, Marjorie 66 Humenston, Iowa. Surrey, Mr. Sterling 25 Sutton, Mary Frances 40, 98 Pattonsburg. Swann, Ilene 40, 117 Barnard. Sweeney, Margaret 66, 90 Conway, Iowa. Swift, Henry 40 Grant City. Swift, Richard 59 Grant City. Switzer, LaDonna 40, 107, 113 Grant City. T Taylor, Cloyce 49 Trenton. Taylor, J. B 66 Maryville. Taylor, Robert 59, 102 Maryville. Tebow, Kenneth 66, 87 Maryville. Tedlock, Randall 49, 105 Gilman City. Templeton, Imogene 58 Bedford, Iowa. Terhune, Robert 67 Craig. Terry, Harold 67 Gilman City. Thomas, Maurine 67 Clearmont. Thomas, Phyllis 40, 117 Richards. Thomas, Virginia 58, 73, 89 Hemple. Thompson, Erba 67 Maryville. Thompson, Erma 67 — 150 — A. Thomson, James 58 CraiK. Thornton. Clifford ()7 Sti ' « artsvilU ' . Thrasher. Velma 67 Barnard. Tower Staff 8(i Tracy. Paul 4ri, g. ' i Hubbard, Ohio. Triplett, Dorothy ( 7 Triplett. Trotter, .Mr. Lewis 27 Trotter, .Mildred (i7 Kidjieway. Troxel, Flossie S, 107 Craij;. Trullinjjer, Uonald 67 .Maryville. Tunks, Kathryn 58 King City. Turner. Elizabeth 41, 109 Barnard. Turner. Henry 41, 105, 115 King City. Turner, .Mary E.. .41, 96, 97, 98, 109 PattonsbuTK. Turner, .Mary L .59, 98, 115 Hopkins. Turner, Patrica 67, 99 King City. Turner, Robert 59, 111 Platte City. Tyson, Marcia 49, 107, 109 Skidmore. U Underwood, Ef fie 49 Coffey. L ' the. Mary Ellen 59, 93 Altamont. L ' tterback, Roberta 41, 101, 109 Trenton. V Valk, .Mr. Donald N " 25 Vance, Emma Lee 41, 117 Smithville. Van Devander, Esther 49 Eklina. Van Devander, Ruth 49 Edina. Van .Swearinger, Dorothy 59 .Maryville. Varsity Villagers 106 Vavra, Miss Ludmila 27 Vest, Richard 67 Farragut, Iowa. Villars, Miss Ruth 21 Vincent, Helen 67 liedford. ' ivian, Ifussie 41 Liberty. W Walden, Mary E 59 .Maryville. Walden, Opal 59 .Maryville. Waggoner, Miss Miriam. . . .26, 1.37 Wales, Mr. Hugh 20 Walker, Maudeen 41, 98 Holt. W ' alf on. Glenna 67 Stanberry. Wanner, Lorene 41, 115 Lock Springs. Wanner, Louise 58 Lock Springs. Ward, Belle 41 Bethany. Ward, Esther 67 Bethany. Ware, Doris 58 Maysville. Warnick, Mildred 67 Maryville. Watts, Jo Nell 67 Rosendale. Weary, Neil 49, 105, 117 Cainsville. Weeda. Donald 58, 103 Maryville. Weems, Miss Day 26 Wells, Mr. C. E 21 Wells, James 41, 103 Maryville. W ' estern, Gilbert 58 Maysville. 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