Stephens College - Stephensophia Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

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'fs s E 5' '1 A 2s E E 5 2 3 759 'IIEPHENSGPHIA ' 6 'STEPHENSOPI-HA PUBLISHED BY THE STUDEILT BODY STEPHENS COLLEGE CCLVM BIA M 0. 3 ' U n 'E I 0 - ' , mi ' vw 'W A 7 A A ' r k . I A 4 f W ,YQ ,' a 3 .Ll "7 Gl-,xm's I-IENLI-:Y . Miwmliiu Huw . ELILA I3,x'l'Hc:A'l'lz . FRANCES FILANLQLIN OPAL Lov IC Bu RK HA LT li Lois SMITH . . l,uc:1L.i.r5 Wnmfi . RLVH-1 MAYO . Susm E1.Lio'r RLJ'I'll Lovamczti Etitor-in-Chief Business Manager Associate Art Associate Associate Associate Associate Athletic Associate Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor 4 ,4L., P P 1 4 'wr DEDICATION 23' .4 5 K 'XV 1 ' 1 4 1 Q S 2 VN i P! 1 Q 31 ffl ,Q Q1 'ii 31 2 gf.. ,,s i 41. .-21 WOOD HALL i V a,...l..,, Nxl TTT! F V, X ,Ti .. .Q,. ggQx.M ."ax,X'.,. ,x . , 5, ,. .. -4 -4 xx ' ,f X 4 if S5 2? 3, 5' Y :I Ei 14 fa is lg 5? ffl? 'rnfllyi 'E ,112 Fi 1111: ig ii 'I -,uv Ji! ,Z 'Xi 1' A 34 -1 -,.,.h Ll ., :. . ,aa 'fff 3 29 .,, -, : . V gf' I ,ff-v 2 'Y wi.. A M, 'Xa ..f- jrxfg 'gf .1-.x -'N --5.4. . 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S I5 Q H NS O T I 601' Jfacultp It has laughed for the good of others, not for its own gain. It has cheerfully assumed its burden and has courageously overcome the obstacles which beset the path of our college- It has inspired its students to higher thoughts and nobler living. May Stephens College long remain under the guidance of that body of lofty-minded teachers ,which it proudly designates the Faculty. if-P ' v' , 16 qi , .1 - ' ,YN FP,-AQHFQ wif .:.v.1vJxztr1'!-it -1. 'j A 'lj v' K: .V 13' ff-bv:1ff:'..'+.a-gg, '1 ffl Q-A ff 'F DH C4 TNQ' f N -m::,.-N?"I24,3l:k 'ML V I' ' ,V -f r ur, M A A owl' 1, 1131 - I L. T ij' . .,. N: i:11i2:L vz:QiTgiil'w 2fqf:-lv?.vilfmiaAM "W 'Y mid! L J ff x A X.. ,X Q- -If ' LAURA ARGL IE TR I NE LATTA H islory Science GRACE PEMBERTON Chaperone .xx h If X X I I X X x N MRS. M. H. 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DAVIS Poslmislress Secretary MRS. PEARL BEAUCHAMP MRS. ELLA I-IOLT Latin Malron MRS. PHILIP ALLEN, Librarian F. E. BICKLEY, Physical Director JANUIT A FLOYD, French and Spanish EVA MCKINLEY WEST, English NANNA FORBES, Expression MRS. L. R. FULLER, Mathematics MISS FANNIE MAY ROSS, Piano MISS DORCAS LINDSEY, Nurse DORA MATTHEWS, Piano and Pipe Organ 20 ,L Y.-....-........,...,......--.v L,...:a--W., ...L -Q.-...,....'-......, ,....,... -.--V..--W -. ,W --------V 4f:.g-.e:m.w-K-1-un... -41g:wn1--- ---m:L-1--'-f-- :::r...g-1,,-1-1 'YH E E CLAQfSE,, .QL-f"K, , I ' A.. ' l ,dw N ,. If 1 -' Wax X ' ' w x W In A X JM Fl M -g E B X51 i ky .- .,gY,. -..W ......,....., .... ..., ,vm ,..h-.v-mm -, " ,. .v ',1---.- ff N- fm-,-M-wfvnnn- -. -V 1- - f ...........,.x,,....g.,...,..... ..............................,1.,,...-... - -., v , . ..-l 5 1 I ,v . , v ., xl . T., ..,. .. ..,--....,....,...--,..7...:,,-,, N.7,..,.,:...,.5.. X ,f-., fy., XX, ,Jx-- K , ., ,L , . K . K . X 1 X ' ' A W V 4 M. . .., E R5 JW' - wif' 'VN xnxx ' ff , 'xg ,ful X f M W ., K 1 0 W , Vi X GRAM-1 EWINC, Prcsiden! ' ' - 1 W Y ' Y. X X X ' N' I' M7 V X Class colors-Red and grccn. W NU A ' X I Nj, A Classflower-Richmond Rose. IH N1 N W VH Y NX V Clam sponsor-Nliss West. , mx' ' Lx E ' 'K 'r ff"wXM 3 X 3 H 9 'IA WM H Vw XX Vxwx. J 2 ww1 ,w N, + ffm HW Mr in w'+ p .:m5 p1 I X if u F Qwmilf if ' fy wi if f v n m fi: 4 .- 4 K! wx X ' AX' 1 .B-Q A ' J J A .........-....w.- Q-.,.-,-.-.,.--..-...M .10-,-mm--,-ww.-, --M.-M vvpplnu rzulruuzvr.-q.1... -.H I1la'l4Ml!rr9u.4gvwlz"P"-"1 4 . ..,,1. ., ,.,.,:.t ,mb ,..... . W,-,f , -,tn Af ,-f.- .. N.-: ., - , my ., f. mvmge ,.f,v--yup '41 AN.: 1.4.mnr.4 .n ru:xu.p.rnrr.1u'w4:4Mw,.-f-au..4.a ...,..-f.. ...MJ-.-L.-,4.,,' , M,-f-.L -v....l,.,..,..- ' " ' Za ST PHENS PHI N' a 4 ' -r F 1 mv. ' ff JF, QW: .1 Wit, 1.4. 3, . X X Raliwwxx X X "5 UWT- fi if f "' MARY ELIZABETH AMERY, Norborne, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A. RUTH ARGUE, Woodvillc, Mississippi Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, B E 0, Secretary of Student Council, Hi Beta Steppo. LlSE ARGUE, Woodvillc, Mississippi Literary, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Hi Beta' Steppo, B 2 0, MARGARET BARBEE, Kansas City, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, .1 'P 9 K. EULA BATHGATE, Hamilton, Missouri Literary, Music, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Chorus, Student Council, Music Editor of Stephensophia, Hi Beta Steppo, II T I'. . ROWICNA MosELLE BERRY, Sapulpa, Oklahoma Music, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Fire Department, Hi Beta Steppo, II fr 11 , ZILPHY BONDURANT, Knox City, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, 112 9 K. INA BooNE, Purcell, Oklahoma - Literary, President Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Chorus, Duck Club, Hi Beta Steppo, B 22 0. BEATRICE ELIZABETH BURTON, Clifton Hill, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Vice-President Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Art Club, Mission Club, Hi Beta Steppo, B 22 0. R513 22 ' .ie-' 'V r LILLIAN HOPE CARMICHAEL, Hollister, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Dramatic Club, 'P 6 K. MAUD CARROLL, Vinita, Oklahoma Literary, Piano, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Y. W. C. A., 23 I X. MARY CHANDLER, West Plains, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, Secretary of Y. W. C. A., Art Club, Mission Circle, Chorus, 23 I X, fb 9 K. ROBENA CLEHOUSE, Urich, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Fire Lieutenant, Senior Censorship, Vice-President Senior Class, Hi Beta Steppo. DoRoTHY CLEVE, Elk, New Mexico Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Steppo, H T P. - FAYE MARIE CRooKs, Unionville, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Senior Censorship FRANCES DAvis, Skiatook, Oklahoma Literary, Piano, Organ, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Ok- lahoma Club, Senior Censorship. ' HELEN E. DAWSON, Columbia, Missouri Literary, B 2 0. EUNICE W. DRAKE, Roeheport, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Second Vice-Presi- dent of Student Council, 41 0 K, II T I'. flrfu .L.. xxx. , X VF... - -- f' ffl gd!-N R- i nu , . ...- . .. .. . .r -- ,. - '1 ANNIE FORNEY DUCKETT, Hope, Arkansas , l Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, fb 9 K, II T I'. GRACE EWING, Molino, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, President Senior Class, Hi Beta Steppo, II 'I' F. LAURA FOSTER, Bartlesville, Oklahoma Literary, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Oklahoma Club, ' 49 9 K. FRANCES ELIZABETH FRANKLIN, Macon, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Student Council, Art Editor of Stephensophia, Mission Club, Hi Beta Steppo. CLAIRE E. GINSBURG, Rio de janeiro, Brazil, S. A. Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Duck Club, Dra- matic Club, Hi Beta Steppo, fir 6 K, 2 I X. MARY KING GLASS, Arlington, Kentucky Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Steppo. MARY DOROTHY WHITAKER, Vermont, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Treasurer of Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Fire Chief, Hi Beta Steppo, II T 1'. MARIAN LEE HAINS, Slater Missouri Literary, Expression, Art Club, Red Cross, Hi Beta Stcppo. HOPE HAMMER, Coweta, Oklahoma Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Chorus, Red Cross, Dramatic Club, Treasurer of Mission Club, Hi Beta Steps, II T F. .L IFF, f Y ...A . ' C . , V fs'gx,q IAVJVQ. 1.1 I IVR "4-4 l Y tmnnnnnnnnnre,-5 mm . V 1 " v l V' Os ' fp 5. .4 ' ,A . Zp5 If tNsoPHI RUTII HARRIS, Houstonia, Missouri Piano, Y. W. C. A. EVA HART, Lawton, Oklahoma 1 Literary, Athletic Association, Art Club, Oklahoma Club, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. F ERN MARIE HOBES, Cape Girardeau, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Piano, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Chorus, Hi Beta Steppo, B 22 O. RUTH ELIZABETH IQIDD, Sedalia, Missouri ' Literary, Y. VV. C. A., Athletic Association, II T F. ELSA CANMANN KLEIN, Appleton, Missouri Literary, Piano, Athletic Association. MAURINE A. KNAPP, Sedalia, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, II T l'. CHRISTINA LOUISE LANDMAN, Sedalia, Missouri Piano, Athletic Association, Chorus, Red Cross. HELEN LORAINE LEAMING, joplin, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. LUCILLE MARTIN, Liberty, Missouri Literary, Piano, Athletic Association, Red Cross, ZZ I X. .1 . '-f ,, Vu 9 5 26 lm' -.L-V " 441 I , H, I II nmmlnulumnuuf- 351.4 V I M ., .,,,.- .. ., .-, ., ,M ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.. ,P N e. l I VERA MORAN, Madill, Oklahoma Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Oklahoma Club, II T 1'. EDITH MONROE, Sedalia, Missouri Literary, E I X. JEWELL MOODY, Pierce City, Missouri Literary, Expression, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Dra- matic Club, Missouri Club, Secretary of Dramatic Club, Assistant Editor of Stephens Spirit, B E O, fb 9 K. JEWELI. MORLAN, Garden City, Missouri Literary, Voice, Art, Athletic Association, Chorus, Red Cross, 22 I X, fb 6 K. RACHEL LOUISE lVlCGHEE, Grandin, Missouri , Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo B 21 0. RENA NARON, Checotah, Oklahoma Literary, Expression, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Dra- matic Club, Oklahoma Club, Vice-President of Student Council, Vice- President of Dramatic Club, B 2 O. VIRGINIA NEWKIRK, Tipton, Missouri Literary, 2 I X, fb 9 K. MARGARET NORRIS, Columbia, Missouri Literary. ETHEI. PIxI-EE, Liberty, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Z2 I X. nf-. 'e-fr' . gg' f 27 UE.. if 1, ,E .. If-,Lf L 'vfa'-' ' n-nl-H-1 ' STEPH N 'D IZNSO LENA PLUMMER, Hale, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, President Y. W. C. A., fl? 9 K, II T I'. Lois POOLE, Erie, Kansas Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Treasurer of Dramatic Club. RUTH QUIGLEY, Tipton, Missouri Literary, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Chorus, Student Govern- ment President, Red Cross, II T I'. ELIZABETH WITT, Nowata, Oklahoma Literary, Chairman of Membership Committee of Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Chairman of Senior Censorship, Secretary of Oklahoma Club, B E 0. VESTA RHoADEs, Slater, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Duck Club. KATHLEEN SHALE, Clarence, Missouri Literary, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Stcppo. MARY SHELEY, New Bloomfield, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, II T F. ' Lois SMITH, Kahoka, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Art Club, Red Cross, Associate Editor of Stephensophia, 42 9 K, II T I'. MARY LOUISE SMITH, Columbia, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Chorus, Y. W. C. A. ,f'l1f'i" 1 2 Y :Nc I "X lv, A,-5'Nf ,. ff-. ' QE, H"--f-A -- --r-U r una vw-Q - '--' --'-- ' "" " s "' T, "T ' ' 5-""7"' ""T""5'I . I . .C I fx . .Y.. . ...., ! 'f ,'f'lif'L-'Jw' " iisg iieg. I I I I I I I I I . I I as ,I 2145 I 1' I I M I it-fr . vs 1 0l.li'l'A MARIE SIIDHAM, Cheeotah, Oklahoma Literary, Piano, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Rcd Cross, President of Oklahoma Club, I-li Beta Steppo, B E O. NVINONAH TAYLOR, Marble Hill, Missouri V Literary, Expression, Y. W. C. A., Dramatic Club. IQATHLEEN TEAGUE, Campbell, Missouri Literary, Secretary and Treasurer of Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Most High Pill of Hi Beta Steppo. VIELVA EVODENIE CIQHOMPSON, Lal3elle, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Red Cross, fb 0 K, 22 I X. VIVIIQNIQ TUCKEII, Bloomheld, Missouri Expression, Piano, Athletic Association, Y. XV. C. A., Red Cross, Dramatic Club, Hi Beta Steppo. ALICE WAGNER, St. Louis, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Mission Club, Chorus. MARGARET WELCI-I, jacksonville, Illinois Literary, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Ib 0 K, E I X. LIELEN HOWELL WlLI.IAMS, Macon, Missouri Voice, Expression, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., President of Dramatic Club, President of Mission Club, B 22 0. ETIILYN B. WIsIzGAI1vI2Ix, Mansheld, lllinois Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., 'lreasurer of Red Cross, fb 0 K, Z. I K. 29 A W,M,,,,, ,-.,.....-W,-rw--I-fjfgz-3 - -I - ,.e.u.al ,I .B A. 'J...! , .-.Ri . . A .I-I.-1 , ,- w i ffif-'jim' 1 L I x lb l X iM, LI fl, I 111, L -2 J' ll . , L 'I ff-I -CJ .. . :L .li , My ,QJI - - ,mr :Au-n:,.I:.'-zzz: 'xx '---il ELIZABETH M. WI-IITESIDE, Kahoka, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C, A., Red Cross, Art Club. RACHEL MARY GRIFFITI-I, Columbia, Missouri Piano. ELIZABETH BRIGHT, Columbia, Missouri Literary. MARY MILDRED LOGAN, Nevada, Missouri Voice. GRACE NIOODY, Macon, Missouri Piano. EVELYN DURETTE PRATHER, Columbia Literary. r VIRGINIA STEWART, Columbia, Missouri Voice. CI-IRISTINIE STOUT, Columbia, Missouri Piano. LETA ALTMAN, Hamilton, Missouri Literary, Voice, Athletic Association, Y. Club, Chorus, Hi Beta Steppo. MARJORIE QUINN, Columbia, Missouri Voice. 30 Missouri I W. C. A., Red Cross, Dramatic in J K ..:.,..'.'..,,,r.5,,,.,IK,3I.i- F . :Iw- sn. - .lr-uIf.u:.. 1 N-, I . 1-f -A 1... 11 1115132 Qlfnh nf a beninr fear When we come to the end of our Senior year The end of our good times too- We leave to the juniors, Whose eyes Fill with tears, The things they have longed to do- We leave them two dates With no chaperon- A favor they must guard well, We then must launch out in a wider world- Our knowledge to teach and tell. When we come to the days of our caps and gowns And walk on the campus green- We notice the faces of friends most dear- Who, perhaps never more will be seen, For this is the end of our senior year, The end of our care free ways And with heads filled with knowledge And eyes filled with tears- We bid farewell to our college days. , iff? " 31 - X , g AC N . I, I Y , ,,,,,wT,v,T,-,.,,,-,,,,,v,,X N VW N 7.1!-Q...--...faq ' f'X ,. ,N v. ,,.... ,.xuusL,.. ..,- .sv-,ffie1m-1.-ff.b9uurnn'+:f:g:-fri-ff " ro, -4.43.f ,Nw ---- 5--. A-A-Q ge-J' H" XS' JU IOR Xi-3- A43---X . X, K jf ' X5 X gl A'. .. f mlzgznz, 'ij"t:.., N! Z' ' A F " ' ' W: x I QE? X ' J I t . -365 ., . .. . , ' 5 E::'51 iZQf'ffEl . X f XLLL i I A K V X 8 a n X Q lm J ' Rum XVIas'1'ALL,PrcsidenL jgg:-X,mE,?i7,gq- ,Q Class colors-Rose and silvcl l45:gs1:lggjJ.,- Class fzowef-Pink Rose. X Class sponsor-Miss Arguc. c. U 6 I Q 'V N ,whgfgb 4 424 yas x .X Vkdvw 5' , ,,, X ' '1 n- RVNLJ xl nnmxxy V,:f,zw F' ' :P 32 , ., --,fu-..Y-.......,...- ...- .. -,....1..,,..4..,.,, , , . -yi, '.:. V- .. 1-- -J-mf.:-.Q L ' Za ST PI-IENS PIII L ESTI-IER LOUISE ARNAUD, Monett, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. MARGARET CATHERINE BALDWIN, Wichita, Kansas Literary. PEARL LEE BECK, Freeman, Missouri Literary, Expression, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. ANGIE BENSON. Bolivar, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Mission Club, Red Cross. 'Nj gr 1 'ig EL." Q' Istffl--4 I EIENNY BETTS, Hope, Arkansas iterary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, E I X. PEARL BIGGER, Pocahontas, Arkansas Literary, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, 22 I X. RUBY ELDORA BOWMAN, Kingston, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Fire Captain, Red Cross. MARY LOUISE BRITE, Sikcston, Missouri Piano, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross. FLORENCE HAZEL BUIST, Orrick, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Mission Club, Red Cross .33 ' J A lliillllllllliillll lnnlllnuinlllllnuuulluuu nuumnuununlmm--' R if ' " " A ' e i 'W 'W .7358 ...Jr ',7'!. ini it Vxr, Oilwld 11,54 ,Av WA, .WZ 1 . 4. . N .. .A b L ' LA 8' M K , , A . A . as A - F y A Y, A y ,I .. . . . -, 4' 'X was A NM .4155 r . 0 if " . if . N duty, - li rkf, . V L3 ja A 'fy 3-1 " ,, . .. ' - we . ,P i .s ' f fl r h ,fy ,fs V -4 af. ft ELEANOR BLY BUNYARD,'Piedmont, Missouri ' Literary, Athletic Association, Dramatic Club, Hi Beta Steppo. OPAL Love BURKHALTER, Vinita, Oklahoma Literary, Voice, Chorus, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Oklahoma Club, Secretary of Junior Class, Assistant Editor of Stephensophia, 2 I X. MARGARET VETA CAINE, East Prairie, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. MILDRED CALLAWAY, Monett, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, IJ I X. VELMA CALVERT, Revere, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Athletic Association. MADGE CAREY, Nowata, Oklahoma Literary, Y. W. C. A., B 23 O. HA'l'T'lE ELIZABETH CHENOWETH, Lathrop, Missouri Literary, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association ELVERENE CH1TwooD, Blairstown, Missouri Literary, Y. W, C. A., Art Club. HAZEL CLARK, King City, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Steppo. v f - Y 34 ..-.- g C , 5 :inns . , A A :aifeg-A., ' :unsun- f f P ff . .A. ,.,..q -..W iffy.. ,fit if ,. F, jigs? , ,t S i . W i if H 1 - .1 'flfff . ,ffilf , 3, MARION CLA'l"l'ERBUCK, New Bloomheld, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association. MILDRED CLATTERBUCK, New Bloomfield, Missouri Literary, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association. ORAL CLEVER, Sikeston, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, E I X. I EDNA ANNA CUNNINGHAM, Caruthersville, Missouri Literary, Chorus, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Steppo, II T F. ALYNE DANBURY, King City, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. Tmzssfx DE FIELD, East Prairie, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Stcppo, Red Cross. HELEN DIXON, Okmulgee, Oklahoma Expression, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Dramatic Club, Oklahoma . Club, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, E I X. CARRH3 EDDLEMON, Eldorado Springs, Missouri Expression, Y. W. C. A,, Dramatic Club, Red Cross, II T 1'. NELLETTA EHLMAN, Cairo, Illinois Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross. f-'PR .,, , ,J . I, "V x -Y ' Nj 'ff 3:1 misc 9 N Sv A H W ...... . -...s..te,, .,., ,, ,,,,.,-,-,.,v....v,,-.'...-ff-. -N J--...,'. 1, . s,,.,-.',...-, ,, FA 'L wwwrm.-mmrxezxvufmfuzaa:-vnnrrixzauru-mmf-fcnaw:-fr'2'1' ' 1 "l'7Y'f5' 'mu QL: ' '-A 'f - . .--- --- ,,f,,,.,,,,,m,,,,,,c.,...-,,,L.q..,..s.f.-,f-J .fm-mi t...:.mz:.1m::::nr.un-1-rv-1: l Za sTIiPIIIiNsoPIII FRANCES ELLIOTT, Odessa, Missouri Business Course, H 'I' P. SUSIE ELLIOTT, Odessa, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Fire Captain, Editor of Stephen- sophia, Associate Editor of Stephens Spirit, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, II T P. FLORENCE FOSTER, Skidmore, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, junior Censorship, Red Cross, II T I'. INEZ VIOLA FRANK, Purcell, Oklahoma Literary, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Chorus, Hi Beta Steppo. RUTH VIRGINIA CANNON, Enid, Oklahoma Literary, Y, W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Steppo. ESTHER Cook C-ANS, Pawhuska, Oklahoma Literary, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, 23 I X. GERTRUDE EICHELBERGER, Columbia, Missouri , Literary, Chorus, Athletic Association, Duck Club. AMANDIA HAZEL GEORGE, Columbia, Missouri Literary. CLARA S. GREAVES, Drexel, Missouri Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Art Club, Mission Club, Hi Beta Steppo, .fig qv f 36 Q, ...al P-aff ' J. . . . i P PS VERNA GRooM, Bates City, Missouri Literary, Piano, Associate Editor of Stephens Spirit, fb 9 K. CLETA B. Gaoom, Bates City, Missouri Literary. EDITH GUIER, Houstonia, Missouri Literary. LOUWILLA BRUNETE HALL, LaBelle, Missouri Voice, Piano, Red Cross, Hi Beta Stcppo. MILDRED HALL, McLeansboro, Illinois Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, II T I'. MILDRED HANNAH, Odessa, Missouri Literary, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, Associate Editor of Stephens Spirit, 41 9 K. EDNA JOSEPHINE HARMON, Milan, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Stcppo. GRACE MAURYN HENDON, Granby, Missouri , Litergry, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Art Club, Hi Beta teppo. GLADYS EILEEN HENLEY, Eldon, Missouri Literary, Music, Chorus, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Editor-in-Chief of Ste hensophia, Associate Editor of Stephens Spirit, Art Club, Hi Beta gteppo. alfa X 37 'r ' X .. . ... . . mm. mn'--' , " """"" """""V . .,,, .,, .1..,. ,fx A f i -kwa ,.-svn-p-nn-mv. .t .- I,-.I - -I, as I 3 -....f,.,,...,....L-.-,1n-nmnanv-n1'1.rsa:n:-f- 'X in "1-4, L Wi ' 53:1 rut.-' J its 3, ::,1..iq:f iff-rar. 5' 'H ff ' I p A Q 1' A T-'Di Fl '1 T i 1 is D1 1 1 A ll . ' '-f'fL,4. . - wud", 1 . f..e",f If ' All 15. .pi.:..., 'Nil it is ..l 1.1 1. C-1-',:krk.,,,f'N,yi DELL. .- . ..- :.1::u4a.:u:m:,z.:m.:::::za:4:g:L- .Lu:a1aL...uLz.rgm :nLu:'L:':J. ,LQ .. j-.' 'A g...' W ,til ' 'if 1 M - 'Ie1'fGZ"f, i i:fff:+.wr+tfpI',:,.1'w11.ii"i . , - . V f . ag' . -. w . , , 3 , , A .s,,., ' Q' 3, H7 F , ,. "".gf .ss 3 ' - 1. 55" af .,,w,, . Wy ' . K' ' Q -'Af' - ' ,QW We " 'fi lf-35 f A ' 34-fb., . . 'lf . .1. . ,. , .r ,V .f- ' 4' ..- . s,.' , 'V ,M . GLADYS l"lUBBARD, Versailles, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Z3 I X. MILDRED HUTT, Kansas City, Missouri Literary, Piano, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Chorus, Student Government Council, Red Cross, Business Manager of Stcphensophia, II T 1'. LE Lolu HOLLAND, Appleton City, Missouri Literary, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross. AUROLYN l'l0NE, Knox City, Missouri Literary, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Chorus, Hi Beta Stcppo, II T F. LORENE JONES, Thebes, Illinois Literary, Voice, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Chorus, MARY FRANCES KILLION, Corder, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo. ALMA Grzvcrnuoiz KIRCHNER, Osage City, Kansas Literary, Athletic Association, Art Club, Red Cross. Rum LOVELACE, Ewing, Missouri Literary, Red Cross, Athletic Association, Literary Editor of Stephcnsophia, Mission Club, Hi Beta Steppo, fb 9 K. ELSIE BERTHA LUEKING, Golden City, Missouri Literary, Piano, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Stcppo, Y. W. C. A. . 38 .Q rv XJ fn . nf- 1 . i. . a ,,. ,......,.,,.,,,,.-,..,.-..,,.,,..,..,-W W -,--- hm,--Q1-Q-f 'Y ---'- , . H-----,W V ,.-, 1 k f -- - -Hr:-z4n'r-r3'J41-as-l' .. . ...-u-- :-- --uf :--:- .- W. ,. . ..4..:..c:. ..L...- ,...... - ' -.L..1..::t:aP" -Y q...m.'.fL-a. . ..-W . . .l. r..-7--WH - . .. . -.-, :'gW:.m'J:-Erv,r:n9w-m:1'f.u.'vnmu:1!vrlvL'z"n:x1znl.'az'.lSj',:Nj' "W Tw ,J 4, .. a t i 1 fu' N ' yy -v-' 'ff-Y , "sry vz 'r Y. ' --1-5 -- A ' A jf all Y Wir-il sl A 2, L lu.. . A Up 1 df 4915 .iifrf 33255, ,gl ,Wgi A..l,e, ,', 'L SALLY MA E MACKEY, Nettleton, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. EUGENIA MAHAN, Moberly, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, junior Censorship, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, B E O. EMILY FRANCES MATKIN, Farmington, Missouri N Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Treasurer of junior Class, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, B 2 0. CORA MATTHEWS, Sikeston, Missouri Literary, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross. BEULAH MAY, Willow Springs, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Mission Club. RUTH MAYO, Mendon, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Editor of Stephen- sophia, Hi Beta Steppo, II T F. LUCILLE HARGRAVE MEREDTTH, Poplar Bluff, Missouri Literary, Expression, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Business Manager of Stephens Spirit, Hi Beta Steppo, 2 I X. HELEN MERKLE, Kansas City, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross. RUTH BERNICE MONTGOMERY, Kahoka, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. f " 39 V jg. ' I V ...IQ 553. . i IISCFY f-' ',,.ff-fQIQLI7I.llf'5lQIflQl1L1T.Tl-SLLIL...-,LIQT.wat-'3If'll.ZQI.FQQ!l.TLZ4..m.a,,L-JQIQQYJLZLH-2-W " 1 --..,..,,gM,-x!,,,,,,,,,,, - ...,.,, L -A-fawcrzm-1----u-muoumnm-anunna:a:m1uwa.v4arv..1z I i . .A ., ... ., .. ....',, , -.,-- , . . . . ......-.......- -,- A ,- ., , , A EN FA H . A .V '1 . 'f1"Fr'i1s'6l f . ' ' ' ... fi R' A ffl M, I ,. ,rig ll ww. . . sis? A f fi ,li .1 i rf ,--A eg gl W MARTHA MOORE, Commerce, Missouri Literary, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Stcppo. BEULAH MoRR1s, Kahoka, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Y. W. C. A. LLJCILE MCCLAIN, Sedalia, Missouri Literary, Voice, Chorus, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. RUTH MCCOLGAN, Dexter, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Piano, Chorus, Voice. VioLA MCFADDEN, Monett, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, E I X. MANILLA MCKINNEY, Cabool, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Chorus, Red Cross, Art Club, Mission Club. FRANCES NELSON, Cole Camp, Missouri Literary, Violin, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo. EDITH MAY NEWSOM, New Bloomfield, Missouri ' Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Student Council, Vice-President of junior Class, fl' 9 K, H T I'. ZELMA JEWELL NicoLsoN, Albany,'Missouri Literary, Piano, Voice, Expression, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. 40 5,5255 F V N, -B, V v ,Q ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,v,,,, ,WY , , ,,,- .,.,,.., -.,.,.- ,..,,-L ,,,s,.,.... cu- -..-- fs mx fx 1 "' V , 'w - H1-Q1-wunvnzf --:F-.-1 A--.-.r.:. :.::.:'..ui10x':.r-Jaan" rnrxzrzfsr-r'::rz:1r1rvsrsnzanfsyxvzL ' :S,v"v xr, -f,,w,,,-,N .b ,,,,..,...L L. L, . .L .. M... .- L... H ..,-,L.,,.. - - -L - -H---AA-1--rw----gr:-:'.1.:.4 ' VS. f!-rg, i'- - 1-- - fs ' "" , M. Hi... f . T : f ALEEN ORP., Monroe City, Missouri Literary, Piano, Art Club. FAY OSTNER, Charleston, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, fb 9 K, B 2 O. LEONA PETTY, Liberty, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Rcd Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. FLOSSIE PLATTNER, Malta Bend, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. FLORENCE ELIZABETH REINER, Wichita, Kansas Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. LILLIAN RENTCHLER, Enid, Oklahoma Literary, Y. W. C. A., Secretary of Red Cross, Oklahoma Club, Chorus Hi Beta Steppo, E I X. CLEO REESE, Mt. Vernon, lllinois Literary, Piano, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association. MURIEL MARIE RUMMEL, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Literary, Athletic Association, Oklahoma Club, H T F. ESTHER SAUNDERS, Breckenridge, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross. fn , 41 ' if . ' N , i , L , N . H. V Y Y, MW Vw Y W H vw mv-W Y W V ,,. . ..,,,. .....,,..,.... ...JL-..--vv-W mzx if i . fy , 5 1 Q--A f1.av..:::w .:1sf,.. .1-1-vwm-,, .-i.L:.-.-.-a...y-.4a.f-vi--:an w...,-mawxfaaiasu-.wnuvavf-L1sYf9Vv!P A -an B .L 5 'TL - L .....,.,..... -.. .,, . .,..L.........h,.,,,. . f.t.....,. 1 : "A' .:.:.::ri1...::. K -i ' A If ii-IFJUI lllil It Nj I2 PM ' " 1:".::'.':'::::fLr:Sg'B:.":::2iyiE.f f:':' ' ' fp?" ' 'YNY ,. .iw mi' , I . hz 1'lh,f,',, ,Q,.,z.3' I, ' ' ,. I If Ie' I , I l . iff' . r . .. igvbi-bs, 'Li -ig ,Q ,,,.Y , I LQ:-sw RUBY SAssE, Dalton, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, B E 0. VIRGINIA SEARS, Clarence, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Steppo, 22 I X. MARIANA SELLECK, Saint Louis, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, H T 1'. MARGARET MARY SETTLE, Potosi, Missouri Piano, Voice, Organ, Y. W. C. A., Chorus, Hi Beta Steppo, B 23 0. SALLY HALL SETTLE, Potosi, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Music and Social Editor of Stephens Spirit, Athletic Association, B E O. ESTHER SHIBLEY, Corin, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. AGNES HAZELTON SMITH, Marccline, Missouri Literary, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Chorus, 23.1 X. MARGARET SMITH, Dexter, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, fb 9 K. MARVEL SMITH, Unionville, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Student Council, Athletic Association, Chorus, Hi Beta Steppo, fb 9 K. I '1 42 Alt! N ,ETS .1 0 qqwz, ,," ' .. wma.-.1..-Ms,-,N-f......q.Ifin.-V, . aw..-......., Y. .. . A - -X ---Y-1--W --R-I H -A---10"---Q--ff-HT :wg-...X , "N f .. . .Lv .Ii .. .:. : :-I:I.1Icaa:m m:-f-i.nmmr wwm'm:Lmm1' ' ' ....... .,,, ..,-...--,-.. ............,......s f f'mnnmu4 - fvzr ' 'V -"""' ffz:m'r...t. .. ..:v .1 :rvwl-"-r-vsfivrrzat. . . --v7,-f:-- 5-T-. 1-- fm 1 lc: 11,--,4 :ng mf- cm, Jlf- ' ' 'I C1 ' -' - qw- ,-F V -, .- H 1 T rf ,-I if "- ' ,1f'g ,J Q ffvf ifagyj if fg' A , A iff: ' .:-5 ..,,- M55 ,l lik 4 fl , ' -I ' 55.1 'L .Lan L . LL.fl1L 'Q it .J 'Xl Q1 :LA .Q ... E M IJ 4- 4' ' Q' ' -rs n I- tz.....:."" Lmruulzfrz-.:4.r1 '.. "'v""ir-z"vt":s' "7"-I' """I':""f"' "" "'T"""!'I12'!.LLt..."L Lt.C....Z.-r..:...L'..Q.E'- .I .MW ti. A 5 fir, ffgffw I I I . , 6, II-wtf -IR.fQf'f ELIZABETH STANDLEY, Carrollton, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, B EO. HAZEL BLAIR STRAHAN, Belton, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association. GLADYS E. STRONG, Maysville, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross. BERNICE ELIZABETH SWINNEY, Macon, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Mission Club, Dra- matic Club, Fire Lieutenant. 'Si ,- in 1 tid.: ANNA MARY THOMAS, Seclalia, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A , Red Cross. MARY THORP, Green City, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, Hi Beta Stcppo. CECILE VOGELBAUGH, Green Ridge, Missouri Litercairy, Piano, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Athletic Association, Chorus, Red ross. MABLE E. WAPLES, Wayland, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross. LOTTYE WEBER, Mangum, Oklahoma Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo. 43 - --ni ..... ........-n-..- ...L,,......1 use-.....-+fT im.,-' ha-I-mmm . - - W.. -1 Iam--up ,Im -fi :mflI.f. 1 , ,..-,wav . ,...:':'L'.L.- .. . H: . :Ira ' LH, ,.L.. . ,,,,,,,,. .-......,.,L . -. . .,.4...-A----a....-.a-. .4 s. A .i -an . RUTH WESTALL, Checotah, Oklahoma Literary, Y. W. C. A., junior President, Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, B 2 O. LUCILLE WHITE, Appleton City, Missouri Literary, Piano, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Associate Editor of Stcphensophia, Athletic Association, Art Club, Chorus, Red Cross, 41 6 K. KATHRYN WHITENACK, Abingdon, Illinois Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Dramatic Club, Hi Beta Steppo, B 23 0. ADA MAE WHITESIDE, Kahoka, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross. . MARY JANE WHITESIDE, Bowling Green, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Art Club, Red Cross. CARRIE' LA VERNE WILLETT, Harrisonville, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Associate Editor of Stephens Spirit, Q 6 K, E I X. GLADYS WITT, Nowata, Oklahoma Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Steppo, B 2 0. ' AGNES MAE WILSON, Galt, Missouri Literary, Expresson, Y. W. C. A., Dramatic Club, Hi Beta Steppo. STELLA BROOKE WILLETT, Harrisonville, Missouri Literary, Athletic Association, Editor in Chief of Stephens Spirit, Dramatic Club, Student Council, 'IJ 6 K, 2 I X. '-fy fq 44 'e.' Y., --g IIA? . . " 1"-f ""gr4-.r-.- .1 gm-fg-gg-f N--,1v'---- Y1- ' jjjjwjrjq , . ,- , - - ,..., ., .,.. ,. IQ yzlxu . N , VI. f EEN- ' . yt ,N-V, .xv 'X , ,, If V , 1, In Gal . f, l ' je- fy 'c , F' l . - K 'X A 1' P' , -. 1 i , , -L. - 4' 4 , , , Q Y L - .. 'nw' , lm... L' - be LW- i M A- .1 J -- M is it aug.-...... ....:.g 'v' 1 "r ff: ..':..:L'?:'tr:L. M: 1.5.1.1 .L"".....'. .z4i.,:.. W' '.'L1:L7.. ...' ' ... ...lair l FLORENCE WURMSER, Bartlesville, Oklahoma Literary, Piano, Voice, Athletic Association, Chorus, Oklahoma Club. HELEN ZILLMAN, Keytesville, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, BEO. MILDRED BEANE, Chillicothe, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross. OLIVE Hfxcooo, LaGrange, Missouri Literary, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross. KATHERINE HEIBEL, Columbia, Missouri Literary. - RUTH REILLY, Gilman City, Missouri Literary. AURELIA SPALDING, Columbia, Missouri Literary. aff? fail. h' , L W.. , A ., .7 ,--.T..-.. 7' aw-rl-4 .H l il, ,fff f f V!! ff! f BZ" PEARL CARSON, President le tl QI Sif f f f f f ' KATHERINE ADAMS, Kansas City, Missouri Literary. ALICE ETHYLENE BALLARD, Raytown, Missouri Athletic Association, Red Cross, Fire Lieutenant, Hi Beta Steppo. MURIEL ERMA BALLARD, Raytown, Missouri . Athletic Association, Red Cross, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo. CORDELIA STANDLEY, Okemah, Oklahoma Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo. FLORENCE MIRIAM BROWN, Springhcld, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Hi Beta Steppo. PEARL CARSON, Bliss, Oklahoma Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Student Council, Art Club, President of Academs. LILLIAN CHARLES, Summersville, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. lZET'l'A COLE, Bartlesville, Oklahoma Literary, Chorus, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross. EDNA MAYE FERRIS, Sedalia, Missouri Expression, Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association. ,K-X 'ary I .- gk ' 47 V. L' 'WY -WW.,-rm Vvyv ,,v,v ,vN,,,v,,,-,, ,W ,L nu... 1 1!vwv -- ' --- rx -:-.::. ....n-13:1 .,f4..unuin-suuuus-a..fulz!-1-a.L-m.:im-t9o1fsr:... -i . - L-.IES--'I AQSTILPIIENSO HI NWNI MILDRED HAIIRIS, Weatherby, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Athlctic Association, Red Cross. ANNIE ELIZABETH EOHNSON, Dewey, Oklahoma Y. W. C.'A., Red ross, Oklahoma Club. ADA BLANCHE REIFSCHNEIDER, Lawton, Oklahoma Athletic Association, Oklahoma Club, Rcd Cross, Hi Beta Stcppo. MAGGIE MATTHEWS, Sikeston, Missouri Athletic Association. MILDRED MclNTosH, Eufaula, Oklahoma Y. W. C. A., Rcd,Cross, Athletic Association. MABEL ESTHER PAINTER, Belton, Missouri Athletic Association, Red Cross. ' PAULINE JONES, Martinsburg, Missouri , Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Rcd Cross, Art Club. ' GLADYS ROBINSON, Miami, Oklahoma Piano, Voice, Y. W. C. A., Chorus, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo, B E 0 RUTH SIzER, Monctt, Missouri ' Violin, Y. W. C. A., Chorus, Red Cross. SQL q . ' 48 C v ,IF fx Rx ',, ll. ,.,, N Q IU I A ' .4 'X-' 'A To f"'v"""'4 5 -f"w Z i EPHENSOPHI ll HELEN GENTRY VAUGHN, New Bloomfield, Missouri ' Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Fire Lieutenant, Red Cross. RUTH STRASSER, Ryland, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. WILLA' BARR, Maywood, Missouri EUDORAN CAGE, Columbia, Missouri MADOLIN DENTON, Columbia, Missouri EUNICE Blocs, Laddonia, Missouri ggi, 49 Nil ' 1' V X fx , . ,-,' ' X f ' Q17 N N N , , M ,, , ,, , . . .ug-gig-punnuunrnulllllullglulmllllllllllllllllll ' -- FX '- . -'J ' . i W - auunmnniluinmnlullluuulnnlmnmunuunuuuuumuuumm-f' 'L1il- i ll ZQSTE HENSOPHI i l i 4 l i ESTELEE BALLARD, Citronelle, Alabama Piano, Voice, Violin, Expression, Athletic Association, Dramatic Club, Chorus, Student Council, Red Cross. ETHLEEN CARMICHAEL, Aurora, Missouri Piano, Voice, Athletic Association, Chorus. ELLA HELEN JONES, Eufaula, Oklahoma Athletic Association, Red Cross, Mission Club, Fire Lieutenant. GENEVIEVE MACGREGOR, Potosi, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Athletic Association, Chorus, Red Cross, Hi Beta Stcppo. ELIZABETH OWEN, Joplin, Missouri Music, Athletic Association, Chorus, Red Cross, Hi Beta Steppo. GAYNELLE SHELTON, Bunccton, Missouri Y. W. C. A, Athletic Association, Chorus. MARY ELIZABETH THOMPSON, Enid, Oklahoma Music, Literary, Athletic Association, Red Cross, E I X. WILLETTE HAILE, Farmington, Missouri HELEN MIDDLECAMP, Pueblo, Colorado MARGARET MIDDLECAMP, Pueblo, Colorado 50 N l .f-4' , , , f,....,- W iuunu-Tn-....... . ,, ,, -. .,.-...Y -lv-1 ,fv , f. Q i2s............ .Eur 515535-W Q". ' --of-gi: -Ls,.i.M..--- , A "W 1-if A M-7 f 5 V ff ff ,f ' -JM X x f is Q Q In 2? , i 0 Q E ffm? yn ff W4 X XX ' X X f f Y x 1 X LIUN EUVEHNNENT nl X -4' 2 Y RLJTH Quxczmgv, Slmlcnl Ciovurnment Prcsidcnl. x RU'l'l'l QUIGLIEY RENA NAllON EUNICIZ DRAIQTS Rum Alzczulz IVYILDRHD I'IU'l"l' IVtARVlil. SMITH EULA BA'rucA'1'1i FRANQIQS FRANKLIN . Prcsidenl . Vice-Pre.siu'ent 2nd Vice-President . . . Sccrcxlary PEARL CAIKSON EDITH Nrzwsom Es'rALlzlc BALLARD S'l'lil.I.A Bnoonua NVII.I.I2'I"I' -..,..,., . nf. -f--.Q L.-51. -raft' Z EPHENSO .1 Zin Qpulngp fur QBPUIZYUYK ROCTORS are because they have to be, and not because they want to be. They are that class of people who shoo other peopleg who see that other people put their lights out promptly at ten o'clockg who see that these lights are kept out: who may break up a midnight feast any time they see fit, and who suffer outrages at the hands of these other people. The proctors take their place in the hall at eight o'clock in the evening. Someone comes along not very careful of how she places her feet on the floor, and the proctor says "Sh-h-h-." When a group forget that the proctor is just around the corner and are discussing an interesting bit of gossip, in comes a "sh-h-h" from the proctor. This disturbs the gossipers and causes another "sh-h-h." Now, the reason for all this shooing is that silence may reign throughout the building so there will be no disturbing element to keep one from being prepared for the next day's lessons, thereby keeping the wrath of the instructors from being provoked. The proctors shoo until ten o'clock. A bell rings at that time and they pass down the hall to see that over-diligent people, or people who have not been diligent enough from eight to ten, have put their lights out. Then they must pass back and forth in the halls, oh, for any length of time, to see that these lights do not come on again, for it is very important for them to be off. You see some people are very thoughtless of their health, and if the proctors did not make them put their lights out they would be studying when they should be sleeping. There are others who abuse their health if it were not for these proctors. They love to feast at all hours of the night on pimento sandwiches and pickles, bananas and cake. The proctors do not think it right that these people should abuse their stomachs in this way, so whenever the proctors find these feasts in progress, they stop them Cunless they are invited to join inj. At heart the proctors are kind and thoughtful of other people, although they appear hard-hearted and unkind to many people. The proctors are often shooed at by people whom they have shooed. When one passes a proctor she should not hit the proctor on the head with a book, even thoughthe hit is meant for a gentle pat. Do unto the proctor as you would be done unto, for you may be proctor.next. -OLIVE I-IAGOOD. Q 53 ..f, - .g,,,. ian: -I " ' -if mmm lilQllllllllllllllllll lllllilllllillllllliilv' T35 H1311 Z0 STEPHENSOPHIA l.'f'fJl1-l"'.f5.2:1.i1ZIII', 1 ggi fill' i,BaruiJp 41911 Qin a waterfowl Whither af'ter sound of light-bell, While lurks the proctors in the halls for prey, Far down their gloomy depths do you pell-mell Pursue your way? Vainly that proctor's eye Might mark your distant flight to give you one, As lightly seen against the dark wall near by Your journey has begun. There's a Crushie whose call Teaches you how to clear the coastg Then up the steps or down the hall Lone creeping and not lost. All day your thoughts have planned With crush a feast of dainties rare, And soon 'when her comfy room you'll land E'en tho the proctor's near. Now you are safeg the Crushie's door Hath swollowed up your formg yet in your heart There is fear and trembling to the core, And shall not soon depart. For she who from room to room y Creeps lest you hear her come and take your flight In the long hall that now has proved your doom Has heard your steps alright. ' 54 'N T X 'fl EAT? r W lnlmullnnlllllmlmllnnnimanumlnmumnnlllllululwllllnnnmmunnnnuumnu p - " 7' - .iildullluuaunqunuwbnlulnllunuumuunnunrllallumunnunuunmnomnhnu ummm n 1'- fi, . ,. . x .. . .W 1 - K ., 5, X-3..,.n 3, 4 :SUN V vu .1 gk gn f li -tx -, v:,m - , ' 1.1....-- 'u...f-.....:.' :naw .rz-r-5-:J-.zffz-:rf-1:::4 : 1 -z:, " lf M Lwu :ff 'V' 'W' 'IR WT' fiff ., .W 1 , ' V TT 'W fb N - ,. ' , "zz Ili'--I 1.,,.xp '--ni, 11 Xf',,- H-1-5 fq MX Q. - -x ,V K ,ff-f J W gf V1 i .1 11 M 1 wf ., ww- 4 1' + .f is f" nw - f..,,,,4 .. -..M . .. .- .,..f1L w wzwf -gy A X 4 V VA mv,- .n1.:-.:.:n,z:.:::1:- : .4':4mwv...441-xg. r.. 1 r. .. . ,lf,:.v..,1,m.N..,,..,...., . . ,, 0, , ,.,-.., .Xa Fx, 4,15 if Kei X 115 ' .m Mm ,ufwfpfvw-f-3-,,.vn 5-wg' v f. 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President Btixmtczia BLJRTON , . Vice-President DOROTHY NVHITAKITR . . Treasurer MARY CZIIANDLER . . Secretary DORO'l'I-IY CLEVE, Chairman of Music Committee ZILPHY BONDURANT, Chairman of Finance Committee Lisa ARGUL5, Chairman of Missionary Department Vt51.vA THOMPSON, Chairman of Membership Committee Et.tzA1aii'rH W1'r'r, Chairman of Membership Committee i AGNES WILSON, Bible Study Cl2c,:t1.t2 VOGELBAUGH, Community Service CILAIRE CZINSBURG, Association News Committee , i 56 W ,,-. v :.--,v ,, , , . .,--,i.., W Y., Vw- V V I ...A fx ' fp X Aww. 1.-ma -ev ,f,-m.f.-.:az-su-,::-:"'-- :,:.-:a1x-"A-n1--un1..lsu:i1umu.-u-o1-xnnrnfsr-if4evffu?w- ---.,......-..k,f..'....v.l---f-,--- -..---A Y., --- ....:, ,, -- Y- -.-.-11:7 'f e TEP EN SO I , B. 31715. QE. Q. he Y. W. C. A. in Stephens is a source of inspiration and enjoyment to the girls, chiefly in two respects. This year, as never before, the girls' thoughts have been turned towards spiritual subjectsg for how could the girls think of their brot.hers and friends in the trenches of France Hghting for the safety of those at home, without wondering to themselves how those boys are faring, and lifting up a sentence of prayer in their hearts for their safety and ultimate victory? Time after time patriotic and spiritual subjects are discussed in the weekly Y. W. meetings which inspire the girls to live their best spiritually, mentally and physically. Several experienced speakers have very interestingly talked to us about "doing our bit" in this world war. They have brought us messages of hope and love which inspire us to be of more serviice in this world. 4 The spirit of the Y. W. C. A. is expressed in the attitude of the girls toward one another at the First part of school, whena new girl is feeling so home- sick and lonesome, an old girl who knows how to sympathize with her new friend through last year's experiences interests herself in the new girl's "lone- somenessn until soon the trouble wrinkles fade from her face and a smile usurps their place, just because she is happy. It is the Y. W. C. A. that fosters such a spirit' in the girls. I-Iow much enjoyment the Y. W. C. A. gives us. Why, who would furnish us with tempting sandwiches, doughnuts or ice cream in those long morning hours when one-is hungriest between eight and one o'clock? Who would give us a party on Thanksgiving, Christmas, St. Valentines, and the rest of our holidays? How about the ice cream for desert on Y. W. C. A. night? It is the Y. W. C. A. which does all of these things for our happiness. Do you think we could do without its refining and uplifting influence? No, we couldn't. Besides making us happy, unselfish college girls it strives to give us something to take back to our communities, that something which we could not obtain from any other source than the Y. W. C. A. ,fx in ,QQ Q27 . 57 ,-,C 'X T,'JxV"- ., 1 .iii i . i F' i i i if mnanmunnuuuunnnunllnl'-'..na fx. -A if-D' , ' , . i -- i1nll 1.'?t.fe-ri-'tt - " The feature of Ap E D EN OPHI 1' FQ 0 ' A I l TEP HE S' PIRIT g VOL. ll STEPHENS U APRIL 29. 1918 NO. 9 f VACATION JOYS cnonus mac!-ru. ' - Q- "I dun't like to see the girls come gygngng, Th, ch.-,m,Q diygcggyl Hug. L. hack today. for that means lessons n pany in bamt, gave n public Cop- 3 begin Wetluestlay. This vacation has been so short. and I've enjoyed every ininutc of it, even if I euuldn't go home." Thus spoke Stepliens Girl who Iivvtl ton far away to go home ' i'-n' liaster vavatinu ln Stephens Girl who hail just returned irom an all- f . mn--.Iiort vacation spent at home. 5 "l'1l just resignetl myself to the fact ' that classes would begin on XVerlnes- flay. when Mrs. Wood took us on the jolliest truck ride out Paris Road- ju-r where Vve ivantefl in go ever 1 ' -iuve st-lmol began. XV1: rude two whole hours. , "lin you really think l'ni fatter? I Well, l wi-nlrln't he surprised, for I ' simply Situ. : 'tml playeil all the i tiu'iv. XK'c pl ,l -nnis on the tennis I Q rourts in Roll Q -lil. and they were Y' wunilerful. 'I' - 'ent on hikes i I and "wet-nie" ew. -henever we 1 r ivantetl to. vlij lvieyvle rides I -' into the snug ' - ' violets. And gh then when ff- - , el: tiretl and E hot, we curl Y ":,.,..: if: ner ani: read "Y one tr :flu lj hon 5, nr l . went to st- 'Q i, it 'lark at the ' Culumliia. k lg' 'VX ' X "lu the ' - Q: V feasts or dates, :intl l. ' . Wood rmve us a party ht. We had L it lovely l' . ""l'lleu ff-L", ln't think of 3 :utythiuu - slept-slept - until N: I ' g. and until i. theui. Then gue lava llart. and lly the tor- the gym was immense etizy servinu mum. paper clover Ira vos the evening was Orchards. ridge. Miss tt-resting piano was evt-uintx. evening the green mint ice rookies. ' ' This was in Stephens Clas- tn' town. may he auluptenl next year and ilege. Patrick given sts and lege Auditorium. March 17. 1018. at white dresses which produced a pleasing well-arrangqtl program vesper songs long familiar ticularlylhe beautiful an responses sung low and solo parts, taken by Fern cille MeCTain. and Agnes well and mad The tained the home sity avenue 8. Each tion part and ' Y. -M. C. A. WAR FUND See how onr'fnurl has grown! Pledge of Stutlt-nts ..........,.., .......... S 401.05 Y. YV. C. N. Plellge ,. 100.00 Faculty ...........,,.......... .. .... 7:22.60 K almost S-30 nn t " ' ' Wim, wc w,n.h ' wx. wen. to Qaunnn Pleklge ....... .... .1 0.00 - gr Harris' for hren ' r.got some Slflma P10420 --A- 50-00 3 . xvontlerful waiiles tl aple syru at mf PPV W ,Vi -- --'---- '00-fm E' tl VW n ive and ir:-A -am val RUNS I K M-30 l ev Q . Rnclihurf t were ,Pbkill Q50 Nfl' -V-V --.-- '50-00 - 5 " ml ve were grind url? 1' atinn ' -', , l Ti Q 3. ' ,: ti,-5, . Total paid . i .... 151,150.90 eliureh Easter morning. We . any- .liler. and - .. way. our intentions were ggoullheven enson -'xflllllllll Flu Q xr" ..Sl.500.00 if we flirl get there au'l1our late-just Compu as instructors. ' - , ' ' -- in tinu- to hear the heuetlietion+-he- and the begun Saturday. ' Y- W- C- A- ' Q Q 1. l-IRES ezum- we lorpgrit to turn our .watches April 0 enrollment oi Armenian Frmd r , if .,,,, 5 100 up an hour at 2110 in the morning. Thanksgiving R Y , 23.00 "Wu I hear wmv morn- :iris com- The e or Snnlaiie Books fx :gt lin' 45.00. . ing from the train, Let's see who week-, r V Loau'SehnIarsl "5 51' .'3V' '.. 100.011, they are. Hurry!" of thru! Missions , ......... . "'.h-jk", .. 95.90 ......i-... gi,-gf' Red Cross . ,... .... r ....... Q ' ..... ...... Q '8,.50"Q' Smne nf Miss llusliand's pupils Mon Lilu-rty Bowl ...,..,.. A 'f ....... 50.00 ' , sane in a class recital March 20. anal' 4035 . Me ship -4 .........,.. .3 08.4 , -- M--V---I--N ' thr ' trnrover the Y..Mz C. .VF i . .... . Q' f Mimi Forbes' expression pupils had cn linishing this Stnte'C-'rnventmu .z...... ........ f .... ,. 9.99. rl. 3. HM. ,-,viral tlreaftt-rnririii nf March tv., .-. . ..v-,,,.- ,.,,be given a Pu- ' ,bb ' un, - ' "s Certiheate 1 A . - A 543'.Q9,.-:H my E X lv ' -' . .geigew 5 'fe -ur -I f ,I 1 ,V Y 58 wr, - Q C . i ' L Y . 1- null ll. V imp- A rs --' ..a ' ' llllll' "" ""' 21,1 Q Q 'Af I , ,z V A k - . . , , SORORITIES F .nfl .- H I S, iBbi Zlibeta kappa Honor Society of the Arts and Science Department. Formerly Kappa Phi Omicron. Organized 1910. MARGARET BARBEE, Kansas City, Missouri ZILPHY BONDURANT, Knox City, Missouri LILLIAN CARMICHAEL, Melva, Missouri MARY CHANDLER, West Plains, Missouri EUNICE DRAKE,' Rocheport, Missouri ANNIE FORNEY DUCKETT, Hope, Arkansas LAURA FOSTER, Bartlesville, Oklahoma CLAIRE GINSBURG, Rio de janeiro, Brazil VERNA GROOM, Bates City, Missouri MILDRED I-IANNAI-I, Odessa, Missouri RUTH LOVELACE, Ewing, Missouri .JEWELL MooDY, Pierce City, Missouri JEWELL MGRLAN, Garden City, Missouri VIRGINIA NEWKIRK, Tipton, Missouri EDITH NEWSOM, New Bloomfeld, Missouri FAY OSTNER, Charleston, Missouri LENA PLUMMER, Hale, Missouri MARGARET SMITH, Dexter, Missouri I IVIARVEI. SMITH, Unionville, Missouri Loxs SMITH, Kahoka, Missouri VELVA THOMPSON, LaBelle, Missouri MARGARET WELGI-I, St. Louis, Missouri LUCILLE WHITE, Appleton City, Missouri LA VERNE WILLETT, Harrisonville, Missouri STELLA BROOKS WILLETT, Harrisonville, Missouri ETHELYN WISEGARVER, Mansneld, Illinois ',N 3,31 If ., f so QQ 'Quint- ' ' 61 K Ze STEPHENSOPHIA f!Eta Tlklpsilun gamma Founded at Christian College, 1901 Colors-Olive Green and Cold Flower-Yellow Rose PI CHAPTER ROLL. EULA BATHGATE, Hamilton, Missouri DOROTHY CLEVE, Elk, New Mexico EDNA CUNNINGHAM, Caruthersville, Missouri EUNICE DRAKE, Rocheport, Missouri ANNIE FORNEY DUCKETT, Hope, Arkansas CARRIE EDDLEMAN, Eldorado Springs, Missouri GRACE EWING, Molino, Missouri MILDRED HALL, McLeansboro, Illinois MILDRED HUTT, Kansas City, Missouri HOPE HAMMER, Coweta, Oklahoma RUTH KIDD, Sedalia, Missouri MAURINE KNAPP, Sedalia, Missouri RUTH MAYo, Mendon, Missouri VERA MoRAN, 'Madill, Oklahoma EDITH NEWSON, New Bloomfield, Missouri LENA PLUMMER, Hale, Missouri MURIEL RUMMEL, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma MARY SHELEY, New Bloomfield, Missouri IVIIRIANNA SELLECK, St. Louis, Missouri LOIS SMITH, Kahoka, Missouri DOROTHY WI-IITAKER, Vermont, Missouri . RUTH QUIGLEY, Tipton, Missouri RowENA BERRY, Sapulpa, Oklahoma FLORENCE FOSTER, Skidmore, Missouri SUSIE ELLIOTT, Odessa, Missouri FRANCES ELLIOTT, Odessa, Missouri AUROLYN HONE, Knox City, Missouri Patronesses ' MRS. J. G. BABB MRS. RoY T. DAVIS MRS. ToM KING MRS. P. D. PRATHER Sponsor 1 MISS DORA MATTHEWS vga!! Qi. r 62 IZSCKN. I 351.-""' .' H I 1 ff f"Ei7Ef"? I---' iwwi:-Hk'F-tai-f'f-seq ' if,1':1'wfzf'.,fr-,zizfi-wk' .f ' atimis-I:-J,vgw.f"36-:icrSI.e-:Hn--1 J I., Tfi "I -1- "13""Q,,. , ' ' . rn 4 ' ' 'S 63 Beta Sigma Gmicrnn X . lx, kk F X'- Founded December 12, 1888 Colors-Ruby and Pink Flowers-Red and Pink Rose ETA CHAPTER ROLL LISE AROUE, Woodville, Mississippi RUTH ARC-UE, Woodville, Mississippi INA BOONE, Purcell, Oklahoma BEATRICE BURTON, Clifton Hill, Missouri MADOE CAREY, Nowata, Oklahoma HELEN DAWSON, Columbia, Missouri FERN I-IOBBS, Cape Girardeau, Missouri EUGENIA MAHAN, Moberlyg-Missouri EMILY MATKIN, Farmington, Missouri LOUISE MCGHEE, Grandin, Missouri , JEWELL MOODY, Pierce City, Missouri ' RENA NARON, Checotah, Oklahoma FAY OSTNER, Charleston, Missouri GLADYS ROBINSON, Miami, Oklahoma RUBY SASSE, Dalion, Missouri MARGARET MARY SETTLE, Potosi, Missouri SALLY HALL SETTLE, Potosi, Missouri ELIZABETH STANLEY, Carrollton, Missouri OLETA STIDHAM, Checotah, Oklahoma RUTH WESTALL, Checotah, Oklahoma CATHERINE WHITENACK, Abingdon, Illinois HELEN WILLIAMS, Macon, Missouri ELIZABETH WITT, Nowata, Oklahoma GLADYS WITT, Nowata, Oklahoma HELEN ZILLMAN, Keytesville, Missouri Patronesses - MRS. E. W. STEPHENS MRS. J. N. BELCHER MRS. J. E. THORNTON MRS. TURNER MCBAINE Sponsor MISS LAURA ARGUE, Woodville, Mississippi ' In Urbe MRS. H. H. KINYON MRS. J. L. STEPHENS Q MRS. H. I. BRAOO 21,79 64 I , 61.4 I . s ...S , N1 can I , , f ,, ' I ,i X , Z IS EN II bigma Zlnta Qllbi -GRP 'FE 5-Q...- Founded in Alexandria, Louisiana, 1903 f Colors-Purple and Cold , Flower-Violet ETA CHAPTER ROLL JENNY BETTS, Hope, Arkansas OPAL LOVE BURGKI-IALTER, Vinita, Oklahoma PEARL BIGGER, Pocahontas, Oklahoma MILDRED CALLAWAY, Monett, Missouri MAUD CARROLL, Vinita, Oklahoma MARY CHANDLER, West Plains, Missouri GRAL CLEAVER, Sikeston, Missouri I-IELEN DIXON, Okmulgee, Oklahoma ESTHER GANS, Pawhuska, Oklahoma CLAIRE GINSBURG, Rio de janiero, Brazil VIOLA MGFADDEN, Monett, Missouri ' LUCILLE MARTIN, Liberty, Missouri EDITH MONROE, Sedalia, Missouri JEWELL MORLAN, Garden City, Missouri LUCILLE MEREDITH, Poplar Bluj, Missouri VIRGINIA NEWKIRK, Tipton, Missouri ETHEL PIXLEE, Liberty, Missouri LILLIAN RENTCHLER, Enid, Oklahoma VIRGINIA SEARS, Clarence, Missouri AGNES SMITH, Marceline, Missouri MARY THOMPSON, Enid, Oklahoma VELVA THOMPSON, LaBelle, Missouri MARGARET WELCH, St. Louis, Missouri LA VERNE WILLETT, Harrisonville STELLA BROOKE WILLETT, Harrisonville, Missouri ETHELYN WISEGARvER, Mansheld, Illinois GLADYS HUBBARD, Versailles, Missouri Sponsor MISS AGNES HUSBAND, McPherson, Kansas Patronesses MRS. LOGAN FULLER MRS. B. D. GAUNTLETT MRS. KIRK FYFER MRS. MARSHALL GORDON MRS. CLAUD WHEELER MRS. J. M. TAYLOR MISS PEARL MITCHELL Facultate' MISS ETHEL MAE l'llI..L, Muskogee, Oklahoma fix: ' -' , 66 ...A IN I 07 ST H ENSO Q QEta iBiII Culbapter nf iiai Beta Steppu Founded by Elizabeth Danbury February Zl, 1916, A. D. Purpose-To aid suffering humanity Motto-Watch your step Flower-Castor Bean Colors-Pink and' Green Sponsor-Miss Forbes - Qualifcations If you want to be a pill, a good sport you must beg wear up your hair so high and slick, and old pills always see. CRush them aroundg bow to the groundj They are first you will agree Then go through agony and death And a real pill you will be. ' OFFICERS ' Most Hi Pill-"Cascarct" Teague: Pain Killer-"Castor Oil" Elliot: Little Twin Gapsulcs- "Early Riser" and "Little Black Devil" Argues: Treasurer-"Carters Little Liver' lucker: Pill Keeper-"Salpatica" Hillg Dr. Pill-Dr. Thornton IN GOOD STANDING WI IITENACIQ HAMMER QLIIGLEY NICHOLSON SIZER MATKIN SELLECK SETTLF2 WITT FRANKLIN BOONE WHITAKER HARMON PLATTNER FRANK IDANBURY ELLIOTT 'FEAGUE STRAUSSER WURMSER NARoN SMITH HENLEY I.ovELAcE BONDURAN1' BA'I'HGA'l'E REINEII SHALE WEBER BALLARD TI-IORPE RUSSELL CHANDLER GANS CHARLES CJRAVES SMITH HA RT BROWN NELSON RI-:IFscI-INEIIJER MACKEY HENDON ARGUE LUEKING MONTGOMERY KILLION SASSE SETTLE GANNON TXACGREGHOIK SEARS HALL STIIJHAM OWEN BURTON BAREEE ARGUE Hoiarss Mooov EWING lXflCGI'lEE HAINES GINSBURC MARTIN SHALE, BERRY GLASS IQLEIN ROBINSON ALTMAN LEAMING MAI-IAN RUMMEL HILL SHIIsuj?Jg', MEREDITH ZILLMAN MCCOLGAN WILSON , 68 'f-3i+R'f'?37'd"'fg5,':':?s5?E-Qffg' 'ifff':f:':"'M"fQ Q? 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F I RST SOPRANOS AGNES HUSBAND VELMA CALVERT AUROLYN HOLMES AGNES SMITH LORENE JONES VIVIEN TUCKER LETA ALTMAN IVIANILLA IVICIQINNIEY RUTl'l MCCOLOAN RUTH QUIGLEY LOUISE MCCI-IEE F LOSSI E PLATTN ER ESTALEE BALLARD CII-IRISTINE LANDMANN FLORENCE WURMSlill EULA MAY BATI :GATE I'iOPE HAMMER BEULAH MORRIS SUSIE ELLIOT ELIZAEETII OWEN ETHYLN CARMICI-IAEL MARY CHANDLER CORA MATHEWS IZETTA COLE HELEN WILLIAMS FERN PIOBBS RU'I'I'l IQIDD EDNA CUNNINOHAM SECOND SOPRANOS GAYNELL SHELTON CORDELIA STANLEY MARVEL SMITH MILDRED l'lUT'l' OPAL LOVE BURCRHALTER ALT OS LILLIAN REN'l'l1l'il.Iill EDITH CJUIER RU'l'lI Wl5S'l'ALL 7 1 . Director Accornpanist President . Librarian JEWIELL MORI.AN IVIARGARIFI' SETTLE CJLADYS ROBINSON LUCILLE MCCLAIN SALLY HALL SI2'l"l'Lli ALICE WACINEIK LOUWILLA I'lALl. ZELMA NICIIOLSON LUOILLE XVHITIE INA BOONE CJLADYS I'lENLliY lNIiZ FRANK BLY BUNYARD CEIZILE VOc:EI.IIAUc:II RUTH SIZER EDITH IVIONROE LIENEVIEVE MCCREGOR N :wh C1 fy ,. E.. f . .-Y-fi I A MN ,.. LI.-Wlzvrrfybgf-.,L:1fr5.,viLm,.,.M,m.v,m..,,L,,I.I,mm,,,m,.L .. L. . .S LT. ., M ' .rw - MAUDE CARROLL OPAL LOVE BURKHALTER GLADYS WITT IzETTE COLE MADCE CAREY ELLA JONES FRANCES DAVIS PEARL CARSON ETHEL MAE HILL 'VCA ff' giff Gklabnma Iuh HOPE HAMMER ANNA JOHNSON MILDRED MCINTOSH INEZ FRANK LOTTIE WEBER GLADYS ROBINSON INA BOONE FLORENCE FOSTER BLANCHE REIFSCHNEIDER 72 EVA HART ELIZABETH WITT RUTH WESTALL ROWENA BERRY OLETA STIDHAM RENA NARON LILLIAN RENTCHLER CORDELIA STANDLY FLORENCE WURMSER iq. -1-- Vwfz, ,A I .v,...-.-.....f-r-v,---.m.-M,-f-,,n-.-.4-,v,,f--.--1f. .I-fr: . .,.,,..-f...,.-fm--fn-L . L.. . .... ..-..... Em. ,.,.V., . ..- KMA,-fx ,A - -H I If. T'-- A.. - -,.-..- ........I....,,..2..A....-..... ..w-,.1mI-..1aq,w- - I. .L,C I ,... , T. . ,.,C, C,,,, , C,1,, .. E. :E - :,',.E,,..L.Lu-..II.1....u..1.u..u.1:.m:.r .L1:,,4.-.. .. hce S-To-:4 'n7'?ZT""'f"7"'El" .E in-I -v .-,. .-....,.. -M , gg 1. 5 V: -Q VD .rata ,F Q-v t.JfV,,,,yI!V, ,gg 5 - J ,IH f.,.f , a ' 5 -' FL Peril if. 1llL..' - 4 ' . bv" :A iz: 'I V " 1 -- f ' 1' ' " "' "' - 'A " mime: jauhemher 22, 1960 iBlate: Stephens Qtnllege I-IE was indeed a charming old lady and the grandmother of the most popular girl in the school, which she had attended forty years before. So one afternoon several girls gathered in Marion's room to hear her grandmother talk, for she was such an interesting old lady. Suddenly one of the girls said, "Oh, please do tell us some of the things you did when you were here. I know you had a good time." "Of course you can't imagine Stephens girls not having a good time, can you, dears? But you know when I was here, the great world war was raging. Scarcely a day passed that we didn't see boys in khaki at the college. Some of them were leaving for training camps, others for the Atlantic coast ready to go "Over There." I-Ialf the girls -in school were reading letters with the red triangle on them, and some even postmarked "Somewhere in France." Now, you know that we girls wanted to do our part. So we organized a Red Cross Chapter, 'a branch of the Columbia one, and worked very industriously. Practically every girl in school was a member and all the faculty members as well. Do Ethelyn Wisegarver and Lillian Rentchler ever come back to Stephens to talk to you? You should have them. They were our student officers. Ethelyn kept our fat bank account and you never saw Lillian without a hank of gray yarn or a heap of completed sweaters. But it was Miss Bickley, our physical education instructor that year, who really started it. She came from Massachusetts and really thought more about German bombs and submarines than we did out here at that time. I remember the first time we saw her she was carrying her knitting. And it was under her influence that we became so enthusiastic about the work. She was our chairman. "You girls don't know how we enjoyed knitting sweaters, helmets, socks, wristlets and scarfs. You consider it old-fashioned, don't you? It's queer, but I did, too, until then. Everywhere the girls were you could see them busily knitting on gray, khaki or navy blue. They even carried their knitting to dinner. Now, don't look so shocked. It wasn't looked upon as a breach of etiquette then. I know you would laugh if you could see the knitting bags we used, though we thought they were pretty indeed. I still treasure mine, and when you come to see Marion in her home I will show it to you. "Then there was a Pajama Unit, too, and we met down in the Domestic Art room with Miss Chapman. I-low our fingers, needles and tongues did fly. It was our first attempt at making pajamas for men, but we must have done it well, because at the headquarters they said that ours were remarkably well Hnished garments. - flip , 74 tiff' 4 , , A , :viii-U W , W vwwvvm, f-V V ,qu Y , , w..... .-v-a?n12-.-v------- 'qq A A K .1 ...-1.---. . -.,,. ,X y' f' , ..-1. ...em-L.n..,...L,m1a.fN.z:i.1u.I ,,.-. .m.w..:wnzwlanll:n!ul. -fr A A E W ," A , ., . ...Y .. ..... --.........,e.i.f....l.,---- '..4:Q.a:.-..r-W ' , -- .F-H, ....?------::-- -,17- - .,,5,, N ,MNA l . ....,... .. . . . .., ..,. ..,..f . J , ,XV, .. .,., , . .....,..... . ,....,. ., .i ,mf-. fn..-.Q --- -an, . .ia "Now knitting and making pajamas weren't all we did. Oftentimes we had parties, having for admission a bar of chocolate candy. Then we sent the bars to the boys at the front. And you should have seen us making scrap books. There were just stacks and stacks of magazines, and we all sat on the floor in the "Gym" and cut out the pictures we thought most suitable. For the covers of the books we took the backs of Stephens view books. Then we pasted the pictures on plain pages and wrote in them, sometimes a letter, then at other times jokes and short stories were pasted in. And you should have seen our fingers, as gluey as soft molasses candy and some of us even got some in our hair. The boys seemed to appreciate our sending the things for they wrote thanking us and asking for more. One little wounded French boy wrote such an interesting and polite letter. We were very quiet the night our French teacher translated it for us at our vesper service. Some of us even felt lumps in our throats and wished we could do more. Then the nurses from the hospitals wrote too. "We had other entertainments and dances to make money. Why one time we made over twenty dollars from a Travelogue, and at one of our very own dances, with not one man to help out, we made fifty dollars. In such ways we made enough money to buy all our wool for the knitting, and that was a 'large amount as we knitted nearly two hundred sweaters, not to mention the helmets, socks and 'other articles. Now just think of that, girls, for each sweater meant minutes from our recreation hours, for we had all our regular work and war classes besides." ' The shrill, strident notes of an electric bell startled the quiet listeners. "Oh, there's the chapel bell," exclaimed one of the girls in a disappointed voice. "But we should like to come back again tonight and have you take us back to the war days in Stephens." All the Stephens girls love to knit As at their classes and dinner they sit And with sweet smiles they say As they diligently work away "Ah, how I love to ---nit." 6 Q? T5 ,ai Us X -- . -.,,., , W, ..,........ ...aa ' 'Q I' M-fr F. .-..i.,... . ei, -... .., . - . . .. .X . mf r - 1 P t--'E "' 1 I3 lc Nl5 li l l - Stephens College - Columbia, Mo. Private Nelson A. Miles 748 Aero Squadron American Expeditionary Forces France My Dear Nelson: Your account of how the French women in your village conserve is wonderful, and it shows how nobly those women are bearing their part in this war. But I want you to know that Stephens College is conserving, too, and that each girl here is doing her bit to help you win the war. We help a little every day, and although it was a little difficult at First to accustom ourselves to our new conditions, yet we are so anxious to help that we do' it willingly. I think the conservation of the student body is best shown in the dining room. You already know that Stephens College went one hundred per cent for Uncle Sam when the third Liberty Loan was inaugurated. Well, we also voted unanimously to give up butter for dinner every day until school is out. You would hardly believe it, but the money saved on that butter amounts to fifty dollars and with that money we have bought a fifty-dollar bond. sy 76 nunuqlw , . ......,, EF. it . , lm , S .- ...-1 - ' T "ff .J if QCF'.f-.V V. ff iam My MN fi-""""'a""', ,MM"""""',W , , ' . H-. V -....... ,,Q.-dit: -ii. . -A ... wp TE HENSQP IA Then, too, we don't use so much sugar as we used to. Somehow, our coffee tastes just as sweet and we like it just as well when we use one teaspoonful of sugar instead of two. We have developed a good taste for war bread, and we eat corn bread as heartily as though we hailed from the sunny south. U We have welcomed Mr. Popcorn and Miss Peanut into our midst and they are our boon companions. We no longer buy or make the expensive, sugary fudge and bon bons, but instead we welcome our cheaper and more patriotic friends, Mr. Popcorn and Miss Peanut. Whenever we have a party we serve the kind of refreshments that save wheat, sugar and fats. Our conservation extends outside of the dining room, too. We don't knit with bright colored yarn any more. There isn't a girl in school who is knitting anything to wear herself. When she knits she uses Red Cross yarn and makes something warm and comfortable for the boys in service. W The girls in Mrs. Wood's conservation course in cooking are learning how to use substitutes, and they can make cakes taste just as good and sweet with syrup as they can with sugar. Miss Chapman's sewing girls are learning to make garments of silk, cotton and linen instead of wool, and thereby they are increasing the supply of Red Cross yarn. ' I have made conservation the main theme for discussion in my letter, haven't I? But we are so interested in it that it has become a part of us, and now we practice conservation as naturally as though we had been used to it all our lives. And we are willing to conserve for years to come if we know that by our doing that you are eating the whitest of white bread, the richest of beef and pork, the sweetest of candy, and are wearing the warmest of nice woolen garments. As ever, Your sincere friend, MILDRED I-IANNAI-I. ff" 'e f J ,,, ,f 7 I .Q Y lr- ,i . ' 15-Ar U gl ' . MIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIKIZIIHIIIIIIIIIIUUIQIIIKIIIIIIU' n"2...w ...T T I Qurgical Zbressing Scene-A large, low ceilinged, white-walled room. Four long, polished tables and about twenty chairs occupy all of the space except room to pass around the tables. Pretty girls, entirely swathed in long, white aprons, every vagrant curl tucked safelyaway under a nun-like head dress, are very busy plying scissors and needle. Time-Late afternoon, the slanting sunlight is casting long rays of golden light over the busy scene. About twenty girls are very busy making different kinds of surgical dressings. Gauze paper, cotton and webbing are piled high on one long table. Some of the girls are making dainty little two by two wipes, which look more like playthings than a necessity in the operating room. Others are wrestling, so to speak, with the cumbersome task of shaping a Eve yard piece of stringy, stretchy gauze into a neat hve-yard bandage. Still others are making the soft, restful looking absorbent pads. TS f p Tf:H lli i f? ll .. . . .iH All these things and many more are being made by the deft fingers of about fifty Stephens girls. There are the compresses which require the ut- most care and cleanliness. But the girls made these, and they were pro- nounced as good as the best. The four by four wipes, a task which requires the nimblest of nimble fingers, have been made in large quantities. Even the many tailed- bandages, over which Oleta was heard to sigh: "This thing will make me turn gray yet," have been made. The strap and buckle, such innocent things 'to make, but such creatures of terror to roll and tie, have also been completed and put away in a box prior to shipping across. After the work up here, under the instruction of Miss LeCompte, Messrs. Miller, Stephens and Deivlans, has been completed the girls expect to do fifteen hours of work in the Columbia work rooms. They are taking their afternoons usually spent at the picture show to learn to make these dressings so that they maylhelp others to make these things that ou'r boys may be well cared for Over There. In the Spring a young girl's fancy ' Lightly Q72 turns to thoughts of duds, But Wilson and Herbie Hoover Think instead we should buy spuds, To feed young Tommy Atkins, The valiant French and Belgians too, And our brave, loyal Sammies Who are fighting for me and you. So our last spring hats we've rigged up And they really look quite swell, - Our last spring suits are not worn out- Yes, even they will do real well. We feel so happy and patriotic As we strut in our last spring duds Thinking of the many soldiers We'vc helped to feed by buying spuds, Kia qi , 79 ..f,- lv , ' .4 ff 'N lil-7 ,, - ,M , ,, , . .. aim.. mu-uhaaqhqinuulhmlil6fml!w"'--M fm,u"fv7L-A A if un-uns-1 - Ap STEPHENSOPHIA .J ELLO! HELLO! there! ls that you, Uncle Sam? Stephens is calling you. We want to tell you how we are backing you in your troubles. You've asked us for many things, Uncle Sam, and each time we've responded in the best way we could. We subscribed to your First and Second Liberty Loan Campaign and we sacrificed all luxuries for three weeks to help you put the big Y. lvl. C. A. fund over. We're knitting and conserving and helping in every way we can. We have even given up butter every night for dinner and are using the money for Liberty Bonds. We've answered your third call too. Uncle Sam, did you know Stephens College went one hundred per cent for you in your Third Liberty Loan Cam- paign? Every girl enrolled in the college, every member in the faculty, and every employe subscribed. Aren't you proud of us, Uncle Sam? We all joined in the big parade, too. The college women were there, some as Red Cross nurses, some in conservation dresses, and others with just knitting bags, the university cadets, straight and tall and eager, marched in perfect Hlesg the school children even caught some of the spirit and carried flags in the parade: all were there, and all were marching for you. Something else, Uncle Sam, if you think the Stephens College girls are not patriotic, just visit one of the corridors on the third Hoor, Thrift Corridor it is now. The girls have opened up an agency and business is thriving. The enterprise contains a beauty parlor, a shoe shining establishment and other miscellaneous offices. All receipts from the service parlors will -be invested in thrift stamps. The girls are very enthusiastic about it, and are adding stamps to their books very often. So you see, Uncle Sam, Stephens has caught the spirit, and we want you to know were back of you in everything you do or say. --FLORENCE REINER. 5 so IZ' . l' l a , 'N . M' 1 , r i-ir . ,Q-gmgg. umMinmmuummnlmFal ' .nl ,aff T EN .L 19. 51111. QE. Q. URINC the latter part of October Mr. Wood appointed Miss Argue and Ethlyn Wisegarver to represent Stephens College at the meeting of state convention of Y. M. C. A. in jefferson City. There they were told of the condition existing around the training camps and at the front, which make an organization like the Y. M. C. A. absolutely essential. Their reports upon the convention, together with accounts we had from the pressand visiting speakers upon the subject, convinced us that it was our duty to take part in the movement. As a result of this sentiment the College pledged the sum of 551,500 to be paid to the Y. M. C. A. during the year. The pledge has been raised in three ways: First, the faculty gave ten per cent of their salaries for the month of Decemberg second, a committee appointed by Mr. Wood assessed the different student organizations for amounts ranging from twenty-five to one hundred dollarsg third, the student body set about completing the pledge. The last was accomplished by means of two devices. At Mr. Woods' suggestion each girl denied herself sweet meats and picture shows for one month and pledged the amount usually squandered in this manner to the Y. M. C. A. Because the fund was not growing with sufficient rapidity it was found advisable to devise other means of raising money. The student body unanimously agreed to tax themselves ten cents a week, and early in February the plan was developed by requesting each girl to bring her dime to the Sunday dinner table. Certain of the organizations lack only a few dollars of having enough to complete their allotment. When these and the remainder of the student dime pledges have been collected we will have reached the mark we set our- selves at the beginning of the year. ' fir ,.-P 'Q' 81 ' i QM' .I 4 --v v -'T - """'i " i IMHQIIIIIUIIIUIIIIII " -llll .rg -L' 4. ,Y ' .- ALYNIZ DANISUIXX' Lieutenant, 3rd floor Susl ri ELLIO'I"l' Captain, 3rd floor E'I'HYLliNIi BALLARD Lieutenant, lst floor RORIQNA CLIE! xousra Lieutenant, zmijlour ELLA JONES Lieutenant, 3rd floor EUUIQNIA MAI-IAM Lieutenant, grdjloor U F Rowzarxm BERRY Lieutenant, 2nd floor GIIACIIQ I-IIQNDON Captain, lst floor 'I J "!'IfI.3I.t HEI.EN VAUGHN Lieutenant, znd floor IIiE'.!2F.....----.- ........... nm I..- Rum' BOWMAN , 4 Captain, 2nd floor DOROTHY Wi-u'1'A1u2R Fire Chief f , ATH Q TICS Q i' P 1 ,, r ,fi Nv ix 1 Wx x Lmw' I, A .' Rnqyxik S 3 WAND DRILL DUMB-BELL EXERCIISES DUMB-BELL EXERCISES 84 4.4 ..............--., -- ,v----------f-w'-'-4--,ir--rr-r-:o:'7:.2:r.z"'71 ' --M:-rf-1'-r-H" . MQ. 1,4 , , P, -. I, , , .,,,- H- .,-., ... ,. . I' f C .K I i K 5 ,,-, . , 4 Y- ..., -. A , .4 f f- ,,,. ,, V, ,W fe X t ,wfv ,, V., ,L ,.t . , in A pf" J I .M. ..., .. 4. .-1 4,. , - , L x A-,1, .... , , -.,1. .4L uJ1.s..,...... ,. ..-.l.I,...Q'.LITLLl.,1. KL ,..LJ "" ' 'D '1Z'!x.ZZfi'2 .LW ,J .L DT.. -, WAND DRILL ,dx z,-1 Y K6-X P74-LX 'fix Inj D f-f -v-..-n--1---W-U-,ff-,ww-f an SNOWFLAKE DANCE STEPHENS COLLEGE LIFE Early to bed Early to riSe Study a lot And I-Iooverizc. S5 I, .,:,'.1 ,,., .,k.,,.,w.,.... . .,..-M,,,,.3. ..,. . .. - 4,....,.-- 1- 5...-1.,..Lv,1.4-...,...-.... ...,5.................,.......-,... ... LJ.. : ,fu 1 vugf . -:+ ' --wvrf,-..-1-:W-,-----rg-v-wane.-w.1.,.,,,:-" fwfr' -P - A l., :I A r, ., 'J.. I' WWW 1 ,Ze STEPHENSOPHIA -Mari: r ,,, , :, u.. ,..v'fK.f'llmII1' ..n Small Gliumehp in Emu guts STEPHENS TRAINING CAMPS PERSONNEL CAPTAIN BICKLEY-brisk, breezy, brilliant. SERGEANT HILL-apt, amiable, alert. GEORGE'bUgl6f. b ACT I. Enter George-sounds the bugle, Exit George. Enter raw recruits Cotherwise known asjuniors, looking very green and out of placej. Take various positions-some at piano, some on Hoor, etc. General buzz of conversation. One frequently hears, "wonder if the mail man is here yet, wish he'd get a wiggle on him," or "wonder what were going to have." Clear voice rings out "Fall in" as Captain Bickley strides in. After looking about wildly for a convenient hole to fall in, the recruits finally form zig-zag line. Captain Bickley-''R-i-g-h-t-dress." Private Sears: "Oh Heck, wonder if my right shoe string is untiedf' Captain Bickley: "Chin in, abdomen in, head up, shoulders straight and knees deep bend-understand?" Rookies register blank. H Captain Bickley in commanding voice: "Say, Yes." Rookies: "Yes, sir." Captain Bickley: "Well, in two counts-go." Rookies assume positions of chins out, abdomen out, head down, shoulders curved and knees half bend. Captain Bickley: "Sergeant Hill, help me correct these positions." Rookies are poked and jerked into various angles. Captain Bickley: "Sergeant Hill, please call the roll." Sergeant Hill steps forth and calls the roll. Rookies answer "Pres-ent." Captain Bickley: "Number in fours." Much necessary noise while rookies slowly number. ' Captain Bickley: "Very good, company report again Friday." "Excused !" , Exeunt much fatigued rookies, followed by Captain Bickley and Sergeant Hill. ' , ACT II. Enter George. Sounds bugle. Exit George. X iff gg! 86 . .al T- L.,- f. :Seas fl 3' lu-TL' I 5 VL l ' f - ' ' ' l nlm'mlK-mulullumlmuf-nl Za ST PHENS PHI w ill Enter regulars Cotherwise known as seniorsj wrapped in a mantle of dignity and exclusiveness since recent promotion. All sit down calmly and with dignity. Frequent remarks showing advanced training and superior knowledge are heard, such as "hope Pauline forgets to burn the beans today," or "have you a date for next week?" Enter Captain Bickley Cin commanding toneiz "Company fall in." Regulars, with quiet dignity fitting their station, form into straight line and await orders. ' Captain Bickley: "Atten-tion! Right Face!" i'Forward, march!" Regulars march around in great style and dignity. A ' Captain Bickley: "Halt! Sergeant I-lill will please call the roll." Sergeant I-lill steps forth and calls roll. Regulars answer "I-lere!" Captain Bickley: "Forward, march-I-I-a-l-t! Some of you regulars don't know your left foot from your right foot yet. Forward, march! Left, left, left-l-I-a-l-t!-and still he goes right, left instead of left, right! Will somebody please show Private Martin his left foot. Right about- face-march! I-lalt! - - Regulars show no signs of wear. Captain Bickley: "Officers Training Corps will be organized Monday! would like to see those interested. "Company excused." Exeunt all. Cllilljillfl Stephens is right there when it comes to athletics. And through Miss Bickley's able training we have been able to give a flag drill, demonstration in marching, tactics, dumbbells, wands, Indian clubs, floor work, free arm exercises, and dancing. Basket ball was planned, but of course the boiler in the heating plant had to burst and spoil our plans. For you see we couldn't very well play basket ball in the dining room, for that is where we had to have our Gym classes. , But we always had the old swimming hole. Not exactly like the one of poetry where the boys slipped off from school and went, for we can go any time we want to, but it is the old pool that the girls love so well. And it is always full of a crowd of laughing, splashing, sputtering girls. And hikes-yes, we've had peanut hikes, baseball hikes, and every kind of hike imaginable. Tennis! Of course, we play tennis, the courts are always full, even before breakfast. Volley, bat ball, back ball, track. Yes, we've done everything this year. And with Miss Bickley to boss things you may know that fwe've all enjoyed every minute of it. - Qu sf! ' 87 -.., - lm C - F a mf ' ' ' ' lllllnlulfl-flllillllllllflllllllll mlm'-llmlnlllfflll llllllllllllllll' mmf i A fi. SKli'l'Cl'IlNG CLASS COOK I NG CLASS SS 1" MASQL ILQRAI DI I l."Xl.l.OXVli'IiN 89 jl IN I OR PARTY SENIOR PARTY SIU wo, 9111, 0 9 I' IPM J-el!!-Av ,KP -If 151117, lffas fo! .Lagafnla 'fd 62, flea aff? -'l2'5nQ C ID P218 Zgfglq limi? 2,74 A Q' W Z3-n..fPfW0f M I 'pf O A -'I G X II E 0 W U D Wlle '1 your: C fear 175 cross aqd 'oh-le A114 f . ,IIS ,','g'fl.1ye I0 lo S ,fffe FIV Dye I' -. read y ,Tie Miro T567 171 fel, you W lzaf XOUW C107 F fr df7AJf1Q7 FN ,guy -phi.. ...-.., . . . . . . . .. .. lr., H 1 Znief. ibut! Ziaar! Wonder if Miss Eckert uses tooth-posts instead of tooth-picks? While reading in her English class the other day she read, "One usually sees unshaven men leaning against doors and chewing tooth-posts." Ruth Westall in junior meeting: "Girls, we must make this party a success, and we want to be sure and have a lot of Green things." Since Willa Barr told us about Turkey Creek River in'Y. W., we wonder if her vivid imagination enlarges all creeks into rivers. "I-lattie! Hattie!" came the mournful voice of Miss Pemberton, "Well, who is that in there?" "It is I, Miss Pemberton," said Angie. "Will you do a favor for me?" "Why, of course, Miss Pemberton, if it is in my power." "Well, it certainly is in your power, for I came in here to take my bath and forgot my towel." And Angie upset everything in her room hunting for a towel. Saved-one lady in distress. , Found in Clara Greaves Home Nursing note book. "Put all articles in a disinfection before using." Miss Bickley and Mr. Hill were seen talking. Edna Harmon: "Miss Bickley is laying it off to a man." Frances Davis: "Oh, that's Mr. I-Iill." Edna: "Well, who is Mr. Hill? Oh, I know, he is the mathematics teacher." In sewing class. Ruth Argue fthinking Miss Chapman in the other roomjz "Ah do wish Ahdenia would come back and approve my work." Miss Chapman's still, small voice: "Ardenia's here." Mr. Wood in Vespers: "We will read selection 37." Mrs. Wilbur absentmindedly seated herself at the piano and selected song 37. And for a moment she wondered why everyone laughed. Our newest gym command. Bill Boone, taking charge of the class: "Arms upward Hing, jumping to a stride position, knees deep bend." Rena: "I'm going to name my little boy Stephen and my little girl Sophia." I .nfy I 93 ..1.- . izfiifgf Lvl 1 'N' A si -' A vti.,---- -- - - 1 M RANK VERSE. . f Miss Bickley to her gym class: "Now, 'which way do we turn in this next step of the dance?" Cecil: "Turn inside out." Louise Smith and Ruth Gannon in Chemistry. Ruth: "Louise, bring me a Burnetta Cmeaning a buretteD. Mrs. Wood, getting rather excited during a formal dinner given in honor of the board of trustees, pointed at the water bottle and said, "Bring me the hot water bottle." , In Annual Staff Meeting. Lois: "Where's Willette I-laile from?" Gladys: "I don't know where she 'I-Iails' from." Susie: "Yes, l always sleep with my gloves on to keep my hands soft, don't you know." Alyne: "And do you sleep with your hat on too?" Miss Argue in history class: "Mildred, what happened after the death of Charles the Great?" Mildred: "Burial, I suppose." I stopped in at The photographers Yesterday, And say, it looked Like a boarding School for young Ladies. They all wore Fancy stuff and Chattered About him who was At camp some Place. "I gotta have my Phottygraff by Thursday, Or it won't get To me sweetie," Says a blonde who Was beautiful. "Me too" was the Cry that went up, f And some of the Others looked Anxious. The photographer, I-le, well he Looked nutty And his face was Red and he was Tired, Because most every Girl in town l-lad wanted her Picture and wanted It quick, and The photographer, Forgetting himself, Said right out Loud, That when Sherman Said what he Said, he said A mouthful. I I ' 'vi .-,. ,,.. . . . t , -..,'-4,,.J,,.--V... .. -z. ,.'-:w:.'..4-..awu':. ' " " ls' TE E HOW TO MAKE A MESS OF TI-IINGS. To one ounce of big headedness then it takes the average girl to get along well in the world, add enough self confidence to look well, sift in lightly lots of trade lasts, a few admiring friends, and add the whole in a desire to appear well before the world in general. Place in a situation calling for good work, flavor with a complete failure, and can. SALUTES IN STEPHENS. Speak to me only with thine eyes And I'll reply with mine Or wag a finger as we pass, I ask no other sign. The breath we use to say "hello" Or greeting as design, We need it, dear, for walking fast, So merely make a sign. ME AND MY LAUNDRY BILL. Oh, my favorite waist from the laundry came, The waist that I adore: The lace was torn all down the front, P In spots it was no more. I glanced from my waist to the laundry bill, I thought that I should cryg "Its very clear from the looks of things, They charged high br those holes" said I. Is it I or is it me? Were it her or am it he? Can it was or been it be? We leave it to English to decree. QP, 95 4 ..:,-I W - , , - ,, ,. ,Mi '- ' " fpicdnghgmm :ia gqnandnlnpnyiilgda .uh , jr f1!,,!"."' - 5A'fX,X W' 'I ,i-,' N ' V n wumumm 'V-" V ' IL 1 Q , .. .TF ,. . fy A x 5,4 .A . f,.,...,' 1 -Q , H ,Q . ,- ' x......ff1. V., .,,, ,1 1' Q I 2!LLZ"J.?llQ,Z.LT.Li.L'.L..I.. f"'L1'1f.,'iT .. A. -W 1 96 . ,. , ,.. .M V. ..,. 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X . ., I -, ',w1::na.Qf!5'yff-woman 1 " """""2""'2""L""'- "'f2'f'-"M-'W-v'-fr vw--9 ...vw L-x..w1.1nm.:...x..x.uufa-..-: ..-,-...m ' ' -' ' V- A-M -1- '-'imh-'mf'b"' 4 I '17 C , 4 Q f"::3"' 4,650 Q9 SY, 0 K ou Qfo' S9 94, r7"6e 134,59 v-159445. HF'-P W sf' R5 LIE 1.- o F Q 09 'fs 63' Lbevs u Q ' . ffsn -ffifnflzfff sifwais 9 :QA RELIEF 4- 8 'ISR Y H N IA l 3 E extend to the students and faculty of Stephens College the courtesies of this store devoted to supplying the needs of students with everything needed in a College Education, in every purchase pre- senting merchandise of the highest order of merit characteristic of the store. Especial attention is directed to store accommoda- tions-Fountain room, free writing desks, parcels post station, mail service, free student directories and many other conveniences which make shopping here pleasant as well as profitable. We have a complete line of Stephens College jewelry. This is s. E. Cor. Uni- The M0 O S COLUMBIA, versity Campus M I S S O U R I frNqI'iJ A 104 B-41 i A Li gif- fgEii'i?Q?5'f ff' '. f.f7.jf.T1Tg9r7 fmmJL::m1x'x"m'i..:ig,.'qfhgf. -4.,:..usxx:zr.:.-:Q-....'f1tLi... .-:..... - a 44 V- - - -1 .-V. . . ..: 1 .M .,,,5 - -. .ch , . ....,..v ., . 4 m , ,. , l , "V mg, '-lf, ' 1 r-'v if yy - .H , wwppf w w- . ','n"w ,. V 'I Y fQ"'1N 5-0,3-c?1'?""1'5f f -1 P -1 ll-1 lr. Q . -, 'l " X !cIf'1- ' V t.1f'5P' Sl lei. l :?.,It.,3ND ii lfiii it 4, ..'-. .:,l'-g.'qQ1uwxgm1?.2xrm 4Ef' -if 'if A--'3---li-9-I S9 The Ladies Eating .ia coLiUMaiA Gilman Sz Dorsey FOR DRUGS AND TOILET ARTICLES Phone 49 Broadway 9 I 4 The Drug Shop congratulates Steph- fy, L ens College upon its successful year gy m just closed and bids each leaving student nv- 4 ' ' God speed in their every endeavor. ' 1 iii fu . To those who shall enter at the next I HI , session we welcome them and extend a l f cordial invitation to become acquainted 1 with TI-IE DRUG Sl-IOP, assuring them I prompt and efficient service. 'l fl . " T UG S U 915 Broadway. W. Cr KNIGHT, Prop. x ,. X . - w. ....-.f-Q..---,........,-...-f.,..,,,,,.-.,,,1.-v-w-fs-mf...., 1-f, -.... .. ....,--,,1,f..,. ..-.-... :X ,wx f- ,.- 1 . . .. ,...-. ,....1.....,...k . ,,. ..,. f f 1 , X 5 V -,M --N -at -A -t 1 uw r . 1 . HT.. - k. V 'A L .. . . ,,,. -. . -y-.,.-. .,-...-- ... ..... ..i..f , -.. - , . pg, ..,. , ,.. .... .. .,.-...., .......- wx ..a.111 n::x-,n --Q-.U N ' - '- f--' " ' A . .x f sciifissifNscPHiA -' A' j'!12i,'ff'??Uff' is iff'3...i is . ..,p . . 1.-A H s s s s HERE is always a "best" store in every town. All may be good, but there is bound to be one that leads all the others. Ask anyone not personally or finan- cially interested elsewhere here where the largest, finest and best assorted stock of ry Goods Miillllimieiry Readymtomwear Garments l Furnishings r Carpceits and Rugs is to be found in Columbia, and they will tell you at FREDENDALLIS. The posted bargain hunter will di- rect you there also for the lowest prices. Customers who appreciate courteous treatment and honorable methods will point you to this bargain center for the most polite at- tention and a square deal all around. The best there 'is is none too good for the buyers of Columbia and vicinity. N A CE e artiment bio s 716-718 Broadway. 'iffy V if 106 ' is . :MEI ', , rf V -..W f, V v uf--- f---V f---f-ff--' . 111 X .sxszw-anna-nf F "TJ ". .f' f .. -uf: 4u....u.Azu .,,,:g.f-L-Ki -xg-.---.-..--... W- V-A-V - U C, , .f1,21-,,,,f--1-735-1:-pqy,,.,w,...K......,., ........,... - ..,, .. ..,., . ..,...T..,.., .-....-,. -1 -7-.-..-...J , l.. ff f"'arAu-w ,F ff? -jg g' 1- 1 'f , 'A' , K . 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'Tl,,'.',,:,--SQA ff, J Emu' 'Sri' " ""i' .amzm:nx1u.:.z:.i::.:n.:rxzc:.:..1.i.:a,x:f:mmm:mm:,v 4m1mmTmHalJm?bJLQBw5.Lqtm4 Mrs. lVIetty's lvlilliner Parlors PHONE l 16 orn-Llomey ILAIUN IPSY COMPANY AND DRY CLEANING QUALITY SERVICE 107-9 S. Eighth Street COLUMBIA, Mo. CHASXW. FIIIETNEY ED Electrician Westinghouse, Mazdas, Curl- ing Irons and Warm- ing Pads I7 S. NINTI-I STREET PHONE 829 RENIE HARDWARE COMPANY Phone 1344, Guitar Building Home of Herrick Refrigerators, Florence Oil Stoves, Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires and Ton Tested T b u es. RENIE HARDWARE CO. Phone 1344 Guitar Building CCCUD WY Phone 40 804 Broadway The leading Drug Store. Complete with Drugs and Sundries, jewelry, Kodaks, and Supplies. Free De- livery. TI-IE ONLY NEWSPAPER A STAND X41 Iii? 1 2 , f 4 M yi-1 rw--5 T yy-ri. I nm' "Y1-f--UvL1rl-':'1'1:.-?2.-:1wv- -------rv--Y--W -- - -- -H -'W' f "' ' ':""""' N xy I -:ur-nz -v.'.uwiumn:r1-nz-nmvu:.:rmm-1.:m-m-e W' ZW' ' , 7' 1' .fi 4' N l.'Z'NN '," '53l'LY'Y 911' IY"YT,'ft" Zp S PHENS PHIA Mini.. ,, ...lid arson? Pictures of home folks inspire our Sol- diers of Democracy with the courage th li ' . a wins Your photograph for your soldier. 0 1 Studio ,l.....1.,.....,.-, .,,. , ...,, , v vow, ,,, ,,., 99' xy, f 100 ..i', " LY. , 3? S V NNI HDETVIOD ALVIVOC CINV EIDIAHHS WMGVOUQQI6 'sn A 1 'saq.:ur1'1 11.1331 pun saqsgg Anurag 'sagpueg aLuoH aug .105 'pnoxd g rzgqwnlog qogqm go 'gmnossgw 56 earns aqq up sagJau0!1D9gU03 JSSUQ aqq go aug NNI E-ISEITIOCJ SgEIININIf SHVEIL NELL NVI-IJ. 'E-IHOIN HO:I NOI.Lfl.LI.LSNI GEII-ISI'I'El .LSEI NV J . Shampooing, l-lairdrcssing, Scalp Treat- ment, Hair Work, Massaging, Face Bleach- ing, Manicuring, Bobbing. Chiropody a specialty. ' MOLER IDEAL PARLOR PARSONS SISTERS MILLER BUILDING, ROOMS 9-10 Broadway Phone 795 COLUMBIA, MISSOURI Newman Hmrdwamelkmmpany Columbia, Missouri You cant make bread With- out FLOUR. Why not get the best while you are about it. 6' N s Abe MQ T uw '5 5 4 Fl0UP Q' 6004'TY Mituvbb Meets all the requirements of the most exacting cooks. Get a sack at your grocers or our mill. BOONE COUNTY MILL- ING 82 ELEVATOR CO. PHONE 9 OWU E A., ll33lUClHlllROlEDlER ' L e ele 'Nr' MM Cahn ,llewelliry of Every Groceries amicdl Deswlpllom ' Cllllllllllllllllny We Do Watch and jewelry Repairing 1015 BROADWAY if Ill A unc.. . . elflfw Ap TEPHEN OPHI CQ V . 'V O i ls. .. A ' H A .,. ., Stephens Junior Qollllege Columbia Missouri Fully accredited Junior College by the Univer- sity of Missouri and other standard institutions. The following statistics show the remarkable growth of Stephens College in resident enrollment and educational standards since its standardization as a junior college in 1912. 1913-14-Increase in enrollment over preceding year IOOfZ, 1914-I5-Increase in enrollment over preceding year ISW, 1915-16--Increase in enrollment over preceding year 25'Z, 1916-I7-Registration closed August 5, 1916, with dormi- tories filled to capacity. 1917-18-Increase in enrollment over preceding year 5ofZ, The enrollment for 1918-I9 shows an increase of over 33ofZ, over the enrollment for 1912-13. 932 of present enrollments are gradu- ates of accredited four year high schools. The number of graduates from the literary department has in- creased 227 per cent. The number of students matriculating from accredited high schools has increased 235 per cent. One-sixth of the students in the literary department are honor graduates from accredited four year high schools. For catalog and information. address James M. Wood, A. M. A. B. and B. S., University of Missouri A. M., Columbia University. ,iff 1 12 E ..-.- . sf . lf . ,,,!. fi kr, A-I 1 fl TEPHEN SO I L ESTABLISHED 1870 When You Visit Columbia Stop at the QU IIIIIIII N0 Tayiionr DANIE MUSIC HOUSE B O TAV N COLUMBIA, MISSOURI 1100 Fireproof Rooms CI-IICKERINC PIANOS VICTRQLAS ' VICTOR RECORDS FULL LINE OF SHEET MUSIC AND SMALL GOODS Virginia Building 9th and Cherry BUUNE 'UUUNTY Goeitzgz imcnisey I N A QWHEELERSD B SILVERWARE S ,OOI I 13233235 WATCHES ESTABLISHED 1857 EEQCCFSASS NOVELTIES T' STATIONERY Resources L35 1 ,7 5 0,000 R. B. PRICE PRESIDENT 1voRY Gooos GOETZ 8: LIINIDSIEIY CWHEELERSD The Place You Like The 'Store of Service Phone 58 918 Broadway ,fx SI? f fed? I I ' VP . I ".. ",Jx-,,",c,I -I I ' ' 'T' ' I "' - I -' , .- mnndlll1um Q 'G-I-L--W armani: Ae ENSG HI Hlrllllll RAG E A 'MVERN . .M Y D WG ST KE SOLE AGENT CREAM I BUTTER WAGNIEIWS ICE BUTTERM I LK CREAM A ICE CREAM ICES-THE BEST PARK AND 'l'H1L1FoRD on Earth CHOCULATIES PHONE 419 Free Delivery. , Copies of the Volume of the ? STEPHENSOPHIA F NHTMRE afeIj?W 22' 2216- I"1CC . . GU WHPANY Address President J, M. Plxfoogel, Sgelphens College, Co- um la, o. LEADERS ull. W. YAILMER COLUIVIBIAS , PHONE 53 LEADING' DECORATGR D. A. Robnet Tl'lOS. Mel-Iarg Ph 806 Virginia Bu ld g 'l-'J qv f 114 ,...N4 """""""""""""""""" ' yqcqrei.-...:.:i:2LE,:l.x i::,r..'L:t. Q. jzifgl. ,- -r rs - V," "" NCI' " an 'L -.V 4" 'I ' .. ' , ' ' I. VM .. 1. , -Q , .. , ,.. , I4 1.-.pffifv LN 1 ,Cn Xi fl I' , 1 ' v ' A f' , 2 L45 L' 1Mf,fHq'5H1g ij. .Y 1' 1' 'l' lb.: 2, . .fa f . A -1 .. ' ,, .' 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BONNER, Proprietor COLLEGE JEWELRY GUITARQ PICTURES For FRAMES PENNANTS SH-EU S PILLOW TOPS LEATHER SKINS ALL THE LATEST KODAK BOOKS STYLES Davis S Wailsom Coaull Co HL NOHS AND BOONE QOUNTY QOAL 10th Ash, Opposite Wabash Depot .1 1 Q, A 52 .QQ 116 fr -'35 n' L V T ,ft -X af' W--v-,, ., , V vvv. -,..,,,- .- .-il8?3"-"V" L34 P -UWM- , - , L, S - f-.-fl .. 2.,4.,..,..-:-..-..-acn:aa:a::gL,1-a::n:':...e- . .... ..... , A.-,,, ,1-....-..,..... O T Y ,.,,5. .... ..,4. J 3 ., .i..- .... , .. , 0 1 in ' wax fp Q W JF U ll 59" ' l ln.. l A f ' X ' ' ' f uf 1 ll 4 i - Il: "l LONARG 3 - II: BFUANZFHI 1 In L .. X ff' 94? ' :: Q, I I . ' 1: lil ID Boom fuoluww Trust Qo pal y Capital and Surplus, fl5350,000 . 9 0 as 'I I ' We invite accounts of new resi- dents and students as well as from QISTRIBUTORS' CWCAGOII home People. W. A. BRIGHT, S. C. HUNT, V Q PRESIDENT 'VICE-PRESVI' N MS ALEX BRADFORD, JR. 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