Stephens College - Stephensophia Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

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I 4 4 ,, I 2 1 i 4 l l 1 l I i I l '+G----wf....,,-.-f,U . ,, , 3 V 4 . .. -Y MNA- ,.,.-U-fu, U....,., . .. ,,, .r.-4-as.,....-A Q . Ivy-5 :Ev Z :i4.'. JXTI-IERTON, LEMAN ELMORE, A. B., Columbia, Mo. Orcliestifo BEACH, ELINOR, . Hollis, Okla. Voice BEAUCHAMP, MRS. PEARL, A, B., B. S., Columbia., Mo. Latin BOUCI-IER, VVILEY REEVES, B. S., Cairo-, Mo. Ediicatioii BRADFORD, XXTERA, A. B., Seclalia, Moi. Biological Sciciiccs BURRALL, JESSIE LOGAN, A. B., Little Falls, Minn. Religioiis Ediiclcitioii -QA - A :A .,,,A,.. . f -----, ,--...f-, W -.. Page 24 N .aa CALLAWAY, THEODOSIA TUCKER, B. S. M. A., Columbia, Mo. Mathewfzaqtics CARPENTER, MARJORIE K., A. B., B. S., A. M., 7 327 Summit St., Kansas City, Mo Assista1ztDea1z of DV0me14, CHANEY, MRS. ALICE, 1250 VVashinfgto-ii Alve., He-ld, Mo. He-ad of House, A P A. CHAPMAN, MRS. C. A., Keybesvilie, Mo. - A Head of House, E I X. COURTNRY, MRS. ELIZABETH, 214 St. james St., Columbia, Missouri. Assistant Sectfetcwfy CRAVRNS, MRS. L. L., Neosho, Mo. Head of House, H T F Page 25 Spring- I 3 X. "i Roy T. DAVIS, U. S. Minister, San Jose, Costa Rica. Secretary DRINKWATER, GENEVA, A. B., B. S., Charleston, Mo. H istory DOUGLASS, ANNE, Columbia, Mo. Resident N arse FLINT, MADELINB ROSE, A 1615 University Ave., ' St. Louis, Mo. A Art , GARRETT, JEANETTE, B. S., - Wellington, Oh-io. Foods I QV. GIESSING, MAYMIE BARBARA, Farmington, Mo. Piano Page 26 GooDsM1TH, RUTH BOWEN, 1288 Early Ave., Chicago, Ill. Grad. N. VV. Univ. School of Music Piano KERAHAM, CONSTANCE GERALDINE, 1327 S. Main St., Jonesboro, Ark. Grad. of W. University Music Dept. Piano HAG.LXN,.1N1RS. STELLA, 1111 Paquin, Columbia, Mo. B 1fl1'SCl'l' HAAGGIXRD, CLARA PATIENCE, A. B., B. S. in Ed., Mexico-, Mo. Assfistcmz' Dean 0f Wofueln HARRIS, NIRS. SALLIE, Carthage, Mo. Head of Ho-use, 9 T E. Hom, B1RS. ELLA, Columbia, Mo, Mat1'0i11 Page 27 , l X A 7 , A. n.h,,,,-..,- . . P ...v--m"- Q it I ! R naw, 2 , 1' g S i Y-MQW,-M M i,1, K . . ,. ,. 4 JENS, EMMA, Green Ridge, MO. , Telephone Ope1'az'01' JOHNSON, ETHYL GIZACE, w 849 N evvp-Ort Ave., Chicago, Ill. Grad. W. Univ. in Physical EducatiPOn. Physical Eduicailon JOHNSON, ROY IVAN, A. B., B. S., M. A., Columbia, MO. English IQYD, JESSIE Green Ridge, MO. Postmistvfess ' KINGSTED, EIELEN, B. A., Annandale, Minn. Public Speaking KRAUSE, MRS. Coffeyville, Kan. Head Of House, K A 'Ti Page Zo J 5 W i l LAKE, HENRX', Columbia, Mo. VVCZlLCh7'1lCllZ' BTARSHALL-,' EDITH, B. S. in Ed., Springfield, Mo. Education M CGILVRAY, ROSE, 9647 Vanfde1'p-oil Ave., Chicago, Ill. Diploma in Public School Music Voice NEXX"TON, IJRANK, Greenicld, Mo. S1f07,C'C17'd NEWTGN, MRS. FRANK, Greenfield, Mo. Su,be1'zf'iso1' of Dmfing Room OANES, ELIZABETH BUCHMAN, A. B., A. M. Page 99 905 Main St., VVellsburg, W. Va E 11 gl ish z l l PAUL, HARRIET M., B. S., Brookston, Ind. Clotliiiig PENN1NGToN, GLADYS, A. A., A. B., ' 2918 Brooklyn Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Religious Eoliicatioii X POWELL, MAUDELINE, 14316.Cha.se Ave., Cblcagoh, Expression RICIiARDS, HEL.EN M., A. B., 406 Hitt, Columbia, Mo. Violin Ross, FANNY lVlAY, A. A., Ill. 403 College Ave., Columbia, M P ioiio A SEARCY, LAURA ANITA, A. B., A. M. ' 103 W'augl1 St., Columbia Mo. Euglisli I Page SIMPSON, LAURA BKERYL, B. S., in Ed., 605 Hitt St., Columbia, Mo. Plzysical Education STOCKTON, ELIZABETH MARTIN, B. S., 5249 Vernon, St. Louis, Mo. Spaazish S TASTEVIN, MARIA, Agregee des llettres St. Rue du Chateau, Baillon- par Asngieres-sur-Qise. . Seine-et-Oise, France. Fvfench YPHORINTON, CASSIE, . l Watson Place, Columbia, Mo. Head of House, B 2 0. NVALTER, H. S., 1206 Nlfalnut, Columblia, Mo. Secretary A WIIITE, lWOLLIE, A. B., A. M., Y S19 Vine st., IvIaCOn, MO. 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W-'F' ' 4 . - ' g"P'2 ,- . - 5 . a ff I 5 I ll I ll ii Q i . l I l I Ir p, l 4, vi ,l we ig FCE' L-ttf, Y . . 4 ,,.,, , , SENIORS P'7'6Sl'd67'Z-f-'LORRAINE BRUNSON T Vice-Pffesidemf-DONNA GREMP S ecvfemry-T1'ea-s mea'-V ELMA GODDARD Sponsor-Miss GLADYs PENN1NGToN The members of the Senior Class of 1922, leaving the portals of their Alma Mater can loo-k back and see the path they trod, for the p-ast two years. , It is a well beaten path, firmly made for the Seniors of future years, bfuilded of knowl- edge, loyalty, and love for their fellow me-n. The path branches off at the door, Comm-en-cement, into many by-pa-this, Experience, biuft they all lead to the one door, Success. In dramatics, theclass is brilliant. VV hen junions, they gave the annual stunt show, "The Junior jolliesf' to the traditions of th-e sfchool. Followinlg the custom of preceding Senior Classes, in Februma-ry, they presented an operetia, "The Gypsy Rover,', which proved quite a success. In April, wars given the annual 'tFacu1ty Tak-e'-offf' accompanied by the usual hilarity. C The Civic Association decided that th-ere were ten ideals which the all-around Stephens girl should possess. The Senior Class of 1922 decided to stress "Cour- tesv," one of the ten i'deal,s. There wfas a regular organized campaign-seri-e-s ol talks and lectures were given, posters and talgs appeared, and humorous realistic sketches of life were dramlatized in mass meetings. Courtesy was emphasiize-d in every possible way. . A This Senior Class entered the gray so-cialwhirl, as w'ell as the field of knowl- edge. In May, the Seniors' Mo-nth, oame. the Class Party a.nd the banquet and all the thrills of Comnienceinen-t week were theirs. "As we leave the portals Of our Alma Mater, Two spirits will lead us, The love of Old Friends, And the love of the New." 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ALLTEN, PAULINE, Bethel, Mo. A. A. Vice-President, Missouri Club President, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Senior Basket Ball, Vo-lley Ball, Hockey Team, "S" Club, Saxophone quartet, Student Government Di- vision, K A fb. A real athlete with a story of fame, A wonderful girl who plays the game.. AMERY, WINIFRED, N o-rborne, Mo. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, Mis- souri Club, Frlench Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Basket Ball Squad, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. lifinifred is a shy little miss lVho really believes than ignorance is bliss. ANSLEY, MABELLE, Springfield, Mo. A. A., Shrine Club, Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club-, A P A. "Oh Harm ony-My Harmony f" AVERY, GLADYS AMELIA, Humboldt, Ne- braska. A A. A., Curtain Raisers, Home Economics Club French Club, Hi Beta Steppo Y. W. C. A. The niildest manners with the bravest mind. 7' BAIRD, BYRLE, Coffeyville, Kans. A Home Economics Club, Art.Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Kansas Club Vice-President, Y. W. C. A. A good friend and true, That's Byrle all thronlgh. BARNHART, ESTHER, Carthage, Mo. Missouri Club, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A, Dust cloth and broom, and the dress of a cook, ' Will soon replace her tablet and book. BARRETT, AGNES, Skidmore, Mio-. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, InternationalRelations, Y. W. C. A.. Friends, what lieth beneath that sweet in- nocence? Page 36 l ,,4:f1'L' BARTER, TUOROTHY, El Dorado, Kans. A. A., Hi Beta. Steppo, International Relations, 7 fl f ZME , yu. Ca., , , I use the motto ot ll-1l'7'7'j' and '-win, find go so fost- it nzolees me thin. BENNETT, BT.-XBEL, Moberly, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta , Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., GTE. 'lflflzat nzolees Jnolecnles 'l7ZfOZ.'C?U BIGELOXV, BTARGARET, Springfield, Mo. French Club, Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A., QTE If she to-ill, she will, and the1'e's an end on't. BISHOP, ATELMA, Peculiar, Mo. Dramatic, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A PA. Ez'e1'ybocly likes Cz twin. BISHOP, ZELMA, Peculiar, Mo. Dramatic Club, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., APA. ltls nite to be natural, when yon'1'e naturally nice. BONDURANT, JULIA FRANCES, Charleiston, Mo. , Dramatic Club, Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. 'C. A., Student Govern- ment Division lPtr1esident, K A fb. . S he tells ns the 'rnles and laws, For the good of the school, for the good of the cause. BowL.Es, TXTILDRED ELMA, Palmyra, Mo. . Hypatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A. Ve1'aez'ty is riglzt there on everytlnng. BOWMAN, RUBY ELDORA, Hamilton, Mo. A. A., Eastern Stair, Missouri Club, Home . . Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. "Oh lot'e-tolzetre dirt thon?" BRADFORD, FRANCES ELIZABETH, Sedalia, Mo. A. A., Misso-uri Club, Hi Beta Steprpo, Y. VV. C. A., Volley Team, Hockey Team, Basket Ball Team, B20. ltls better to be d good listener than cz good tolleer. BRowN, FRANCES, Cliarl-eston, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, French Club, H T T, 111 9 K, Sj2ecioltz',zes on pleasaint snnles. Page 37 t ttf 1 L BROWN, JEANNE EVECLYN, Oak Grove, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Q12 e K.. D A peraiiihiilatiiig comedy. BRUNSON, BERNICE, Brocton, N. Y. A. A., Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Step- ' po, International Relations, Y. W. C. A., E I X. A iziodest violet with a wicked eye. BRUNSON, ORRAINE, Nevada, Mo. A. A., n Raisers, Missouri Club, Art Club, ' et , Steippo, Y. W. C. A., Class Presi- nt, Al A. i Origiiii giifl with ability to lead, iist the leilid of a girl Of 'which the world , is iii iieed. . CANOLE, MARY F RANCES, Fayette, Mo. Drrainatie Club, Missouri Club, Home Economics A Cilub, Hi Beta Steppog Y. xW. C. A., Z M E. N0 diity would 0'ei'take her N 0 heed hei' will oiitifiiii. CANDLE, SUE MILLER, Fayette, M-oe. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., ZM E. The gentle iiiiiid by gentle deeds is kiiowh. CASE, ANNA A., l'l6 E. 17th St., Tulsa, Ukla. ' ' A. A., Curtain Raisers, OkllELl'1.0'1'1'13.'ClL1b, French Club, Hi Beta Stepipo, Y. VV. C.- A. From Willia.if1i W'00ds to Stephens she flies in. hei' pzirsiiit of kimwfledge. CHAMBERS, JOSEPHINE B., Plain, N. Mex. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., K ACD. A wicked eye-a haughty smile. Coma, ELIZABETH, Ft. Scott, Kans. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. CQA., HTF. Red haii' plus tw'z'iileliiigl gyleg equal "lotta Pep-JJ t COBURN, NIAUDE, Uri-ch, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. F 01' she is just the sweet leiizd of a. girl. CONRAD, IMQYGENE, Campbell, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., KAQD, She is little bzit, oh, so bifighf She never fails to get tliiiigs iight. Page 38 Davis, ALLIE, New Franklin, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. Her whole sozzl is absorbed in her work. Dgwis, EVA BTAE, Savannah, Mo. ' Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations, Y. VV. C. A., CP 9 K. A fair 'l1ZUZ'Cll61'Z'1CCIl77'L and serene. IDEVER, RoM.x1NE, Moulton, Ia. A. A., Eastern Star, Shsrinei Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., APA. , AfOZLl1'lI7g 1s beyond her nzeclsure. All her school 'work is Cl pleasure. DILLENBECK, EIELEN, El Dorado, Kans. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Eastern Star, Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club Secretary, Y. W. C. A., Vice President, Z M E. "Hope chest" and "Speclols." ECKELBERRY, GRQXCE, Kingston, Mo. A. A., Presiclent, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, French Club, Glee Club, Hi Beta Stepipo, Y. W. C. A., EIX. A teachers dream of perfection. ELLIOTT, SUE, Qclesnsa, Mo. . Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., H T If lflfozzits to be ihe for lady in the circus. ENGLE, NIARGARET, Trenton, Mo. Hypatia. Hexagon, Sliirfine Club, Curtain Raisers, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, International Rela- tions, Y. W. C. A., B E-0. Yozfre all right if you 0i07liZL belzezfe cnzytlzzfzg she so ys. 1, , EVANS, CTLADYS, Trenton, Mo. Eastern Star, Curtain Ralisers, Missouri Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., HTF. Of study fools she most core and most heed. FERRIL, EFFIE, Columbia, Mo. lnternational Relations Reporter, Y. W. C. A-i APA, fboli, M lf silence were money weld have cz mrzlltzon- olre in our midst. FIN NELL, BIERLE FLORINE, Mo-berly, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. Y. W. C. A., APA. She has cz smile that zvozlld knock the blues out of atllj' day. E Pc1ge39 FOSTER, AMELIA, 915-Olive St., Shreveport, La. A Curtain Raisers, French Club, Hi Beta StePPQ, International Relations, Y. W. C. A., Presi- dent of Civic Association., BE 0. ' Poor little thing, she atnt lgot no friends. ft-yr' fl la eff' QP li5!'iwWx FGNRSTER, RUTH, 1105 West Main, En1d,Q -.e' ff JV,,-.f, Again Okla. - V? - tl. Curtain Raisers, Home Economics Club, Okl:l?'i'Ji,bw ' ij 'J h,omalClub, Shrine Club, Eastern Star'Clt1bQf"Qr E, r.""fgLi, I n expression, she is clever. FRAZER, FRANCES, Hardin, Mo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Honae Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo Y. W. C- A., fl' GK. Valuable arrtlcles are often wrapped in small packages. -. GIBSON, BESSIE B., King City, Mo. A. A., Eastern Star, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations Y. W. C. A., "SU Club, 9 T E, 'IP 9 K., S he is always ready to use her many talents. C-LODDARD, VELMA Lois, 1012 N. Washington St., Enid, Olkla. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppio, Y. W. C. A., Assist.-Secretary of Student Council, HT 11. ' Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. GOVREAU, AGNES, Rocky Ford, Colo. Curtain Raisers, French Club, Part Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C'. A. Learning without thought is labor lost. GRAHAM, LELIA, Fredericktown, Mo. R Athletic Association, Curtain Raisers, Missouri. Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. AC. A., EIX. Expression ts everything-Yes? N 0? GRAHAM, LILA K., 803 VV. 5th St., Coffey- ville, Kans. Curtain Raisers, Honie Economics Club, Glee Club, Kansas Club, E IX. Lz'la"s a wonderful pep leader. 'In fact, it would be hard tobeat her. GREEN, ETHEL PEARL, Bloomheld, Mo. Missouri! Club, Hi Beta Steppo, K A112 Her zdle hours are spent in study. GREMP, DONNA, Dixon, Mo. Athletic Association, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta'Steppo, International Rela- tions, Kansas -Club, Y. VV. C. A., E I X, Looks like a prinza-donzfa, Page 40 K , 4.11 u JV mv--L1 s l i -.c..m.im A-:E-5:4 .-ww... -1 ...Q-. mega-f 1 fi l f ll l l ll l K fl 4. ll .. l 1 ii r i 1 ,. 4 S f 5 1 2 5 o GUM, JESSIE, 511 Grace Ave., West Plains, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo W InternationallRelatio-ns, Y. VV. C. A., Z M E. Jessie always follows the sfrariglat and har- row path. GXVINN, ALLENE, 115 VV. joe Davis St., El- dorado Springs, Mo. Eastern Star, Shrine Club, Missouri Club, Horne Economics Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W'. 'C. A. She has 1110 faults 01' we no fault can had. HALL., SYDNEY, Lancaster, Mo. French Club, I X. Q Steplztezzs is all right but she woht lzzfe here. HAMMOND, RUTH, 508 E. Miller' St., jeffer- son City, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Treasurer of Civic Association, Y. W. C. A., H T F, A Happy aazal carefree wdtlz, bat one bardeh??? HARRISON, MARGUERITE, Hardin, Mo. A. A., Eastern Star President, Curtain Raisefrs. Miissouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Stepipo, Y. W. C. A., fb 9 K. FT0741' the country hails this lovely maid, The pihles ill her cheeks 'will hefoer fade. HARPER, FRANCES, 1310 Bauh Ave., East St. Louis, Ill. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Sorores Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., E I X, 49 9K. Live, laugh and be gay, Some day maybe your Cdlljf. HAXKVKINS, ICATHLEEN, La Belle, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. I t 'is well to think well, It is dlozhe to act well. HEGGIE, DOROTHY, 509 E. Commercial, Charleston, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A, K A 111. , To lezzozo her 'is to know her smile, liEM'MINGS, NIARIAN, Hillsboro, Ia. Hvpatia Hexagon, Z M E, KP QK. lflfe dozft see her ehozzlgh to had oat any of het' faults. HENCH, NIR.lX, Galion, Qhio. Curtain Raisers. French Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, H T T. Larks, that most people would not dare, :Ire to this girl not 6'Z"C'7Z' a scare. ' Page 41 I HOSTETTER, lXdARjORlE LUELLA, Wellsville, Kan.s. , I ' Shrine Club, Hi Beta Steppo, International Rela- tions, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. I should worry and become a skeleton. l'lOFFMAN, ANITA, 604 LIIIH St., Trenton, Mo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri. Club, French Club President, Art Club, H1 Beta SWPP0, Y. W. CL' A., HTF. , Much grace has she-and a beauty too with all. HUBBfXRD, ELIZABETH, 315 S. 5th St., Pa- ducah, Ky. Home Economics Club, Hi Beta St'eppo,'Y. VV. C. A. F 01' she was just the quiet kind. HULL, MARY, West Plains, Mo. A. 'A., Eastern Star, Shrine Club, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club-, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., E I X. A study in u.n1'uffled Cahn. HUNT, MARY CONLEY, Huntsdale, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. A town house, a eoutntofy home, What more could she wish. A IRELAND, lXdYRTLE, Colorado Springs, Colo. A. A., Cufrtain Raisers, Sofrores Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo, Colorado Club, Y. 1W. C. A., 9 T E. Both Myrtle and Ireland-one would think she ls green-but she isn't. JENKINS, ESTHER, 701 Sinvock Ave., Mo- berly, Mo. H ow we will nnss her sunny snnle! ' JONES, NELLE, A.shland, Mo. , Hypatia Hexagon, Hi Beta Stepipo, International Relations, Y. W. C. A. 'One av these hyeife dependable kufzdf KELLY, ELINOR PAT, 221 N. 4th, Atchison, Kans. A. A,, Curtain Raisers, Hii Beta Steppo, Interna- tional Relations, Kansas Club, Pan Hellenic President, Senior Basket Ball team, Y. W. C. A., 2 I X, Every ready to answer duty's call, But EVER jolly to 'een All. liERR, LULU, Gfzark, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Y WV. C. A., EIX, Oh, sham locks, where art thou? Page 42 IQILLION, GERTRUDE, Corder, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Interna- tional Relations, Y. YN. C.- A., Duckling Club. lolitas smaller half. KLEIN, FLOY, Cameron, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Pan Hellenic Representative, Y. VV. C. A., A P A. She ls eolzs ieuous 'or leee.17h0' ulet. fb LOVE, ELLEN, Charleston, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppol, Y. WY C. A., KA41 Love erzdureth all things. MCCLURE, H.AZE.L., Lamonte, Mo. Hosni Economics Club, Missouri Club, Interna- tional Relations Club, Shrine Club, Hi Beta Stepipo, Y. W. C. A., H T T, QP 9 K. l7Ve see her little and hear her less, But she's a mighty jiue girl will have to confess. MCLAUGHLIN, MARY EVELYN, FortSmitli, Ark. ' A. A., Dlramlatilc Club, Sorores Arvales Presi- dent, Hi ,Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., 499 K. The proud possessor of a twlu-slr bralu. NICREYNOLDS, DIXIE, La Belle, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. To see aud hot to hear her is quite absurd. Aud she's as hard to eateh as a. huiruuuhg bird. MARSHALL, RUTI1, Holcomb, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., K A 43. True as the ueedle to the pole or the dial to the suu. RIARVIN, HAZEL, Kingman, Kans. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club, Treasurer of Y.W. C. A.,HTI7. W A carefree uature plus au aetlfzfe bralh equals spoutarzeous eombustloh. ' ll'lATTHEVVS, DOROTIJY, 914 E. 25th St., Kansas City, Mo. Missouri Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., B E O. lflfe meet thee like a pleasant thought. llflAY, HELEIU, Willow Springs, Mo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Miissouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., K A42 llfhait is so rare as a May lu furze? Page 43 --po slywjy Gi iff-V av.- --.P Mil' l i l ,rl V I l B'lELVIN, lX4ARY LOUISE, 205 W. 14th St., Trenton, Mo. Curtain Raiserrs, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Art Club, Y. W, C. A., B Z 0. Miss Donglas's body gnard. MEREDITH, THELMA, 1619 Forest Ave., Carthage, Mo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A.. Spanish Club. Fiill of fnn and gay all the tthile, The little twin ne'er refuses to sinile. 11lEREDITH, VEL.MA, Carthage. Mo. Missouri Club, Glee Club, Hi Bitzi Steppo, Y. W. C. A. On her face shine both sweetness and light. BTILES, lYlARY KATE, Norbforne, Mo. Missouri Club, Glee Club, Y, W. C. A., B 2 0. "I think so." , 1 ZMIILLSPAUGH, HILDA C., 710 Seminole, Ok- rnulgee, Olkla. Oklahoma Club, Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Sec'y. of Civic Association, EI X. Qneen rose of the rose-land garden of girls MINOR, MARTHA LEE, 3543 Park Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo-, Spanish Club, Y. VV, C. A., APA, An active nieniber of the "Silly Four," hon- orary eating sorority. BMOORE, OPAL LOUISE, Armstrong, Mo. Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo-, Y. W. C. A. Anyone desiring to ,see ine, look in the prac- V tice rooins. BQOSELEY, AMBIE, 3237 Garfield, Kansas City, Mo. Eastern Star, Missouri Club, Hi Beta. Steppo, Y. W. C..A., President. "M iss Moseley has a Y. W. report to inalae."" lXlOTL.EY, DOROTHY, Bowlinlg Green, Mo. A- A-, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, E IX. Thy modesty is a. candle to thy nierit. lX'lITCHELL, ELIZABETH, Roehepfo-rt, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y, W1 C. A., Z M E, L She has a nrin reliability that puts the' rock of Gibraltar to sleep. Page 44 BQYERS, DOROTHY, 629 VV. jefferson, Mein- phis, MO. Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., Glee Club, Art Club, A P A. Urzdyfng' Cl7'lLbtfl'01Z-Z'IZ'Z'S his she. NlYNATT, B'lAR-IORIE, 3234 Campbell St., Kansas City, blot. A. A., Soi-ores Arvales, Art Club, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E, She has a bright thought- A Note ana' fheh-yes. NfNPI'ER, XVINIERED, Holcomb, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, K A CP. Does well, acts nobly, Angels could do vzo more. NOEIJ, CQLTIVIA DYsART, Paris, Mlo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W, C. A., Cabinet, 2 I X, CD 9 i. S' he doesh"t have to steady-the teachers are sfare she krzofzos fit. OSTNER, HELEN, Cliarleston, Mo. Blusiniess Mlanagje.r -of Stepihensopbia, Eastern Star, Culrtain Rafisers, Missouri Club, Home Econoimics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., B 2 0. Guaranteed cartractor of ahaha! ads from the mzwilhvzg' merchant. Experienced h y pho tist. g PACE, IESTALENE, Green Ridge, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Sorores Arvales, Y. W. C. A. We CCLHJI form any fixed opmtoh about such at quiet person. PACE, NADTNE, Green Ridge, MO. Eastern Star, Y. W. C. A. The mode! teacher of the fatare. PATTERSON, MARY, 305 XV. 5th St., Sedalia, Mo. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Shrine Club Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A., Alrt Club, Hi Beta Steppo. "I toozft pmt agarfrrz, apart my word." PARKS, RUTH, 1415 WY 3rd St., Seclalia, Mo. Senior Reporter, A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., H T T. i My John! What a cosy pzaho player. PENNEY, ALBERTA, Kidder, Mo. Dramatic Club, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A P A. Graduated from the hbrary. Page 45 PHILLIPS, IJDOLPHA, 303 VV. Franklin, Clin- ton, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., E I X. Ah ultra-1410 dem mafidetft. POTTER, MILDRED, Palmyra, Mo. . A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Y. W. . C. A. , Heap big, chief of small Tlhhag x C PULLINS, L ILLEQA i. rcl1'S15., Ne- vada, "V : Gig Hypatia H affon. 'U ui if, J ome Econom- icg f, ibi, 5- C ppo, . W, C. A., ZM Fitted e g g, 0 I9 ct perfect p1'0ct01'. . .9 ft! ' QQ 'W 9 AIET , 'CHARLOTTE, King City, Mo. I i " sofu.ri Club, International '.Rela.tions Sec'y and! Treas., Y. VV. C. A., 9 T E. A one-mah woman. RAWVLINS,. MARY ADAMS, Rocheport, Mo. Missouri Club, Home: Economics Club, Hi Beta Step-po, Y..W. C. A., Z ME. N ever has twtcleed thoughts. REDMAN, PIALLIIE VERNAI,E, Kennett, Mo. Mlissouari Club, Glee Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, KA? The song of the -blue'-bird could be 110 sweeter, Than the 'voice of this charming young sitzgevf. RENSHAW, EUNICE, Clarksburg, Mo. Hy tia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. W. C.A., APA. 007' keeper of the "Silly Fawn" ROYVLAND, PRICE, Bevier, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C'. A., Z M E. "I shalt be Dtp's b1'tdesmaid." RUST, ELIZABETH, Del Rio, Tex. Hi Beta Stepipo, Y. W. A., A P A. She takes Spanish so she'll fee! at h011te. SALTSMAN, GRACE L., Steelville, Mo. Eastern Star, Missouri Club, Home Economics . Club, Hi Beta-Steppo, Y. W, C. A., Z M E, Lzke the pyramids--1trzIchaf1tgczf1z g. Page 46 SANDERS, IRENE, Shelbina, Mo. Missouri Club, Sorores Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo, ny. W. C. A., IXACIP. Object: T0 ascertain whether warm bis- cuits will melt butter. S-xssIz, LILLIAN, Daltoni, Mo. Missouri Club, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. Ba-h! llfhy should I smile? This ttforlclls nothing but af stilpicl bore. SCHAEPERKOETTER, LOLITA, Corder, Mo. A. A. Secretary, Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Step- pol, lntetrnational Relations, Y. VV. C. A. Of all her CZCC074tfJllShWl6IZlS, her name is the most woriderfill. ' , SHINN, XAIRGINIA, Carrollton, Mo. A Shrine Club, Missouri Club, Hi 'Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. A None but herself eoiild be her parallel. SHOCKEY, DORIS, Chillicothe, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Art' Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., HTF, , Her hair is her crowning glory. SIDXVELL, NIARY, Charleston, Mo. Eastern Star, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Z M E. Like all other Seniors, she has great airi- ' bitioas. ' SIEFKIN, RACHEL, 162 N. Hillside, Wichi- ta, Kans. A. A., Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Step- po, international Relations, Kansas Club, President of Activity Board, 2 I X. Great theatrical filtilre-as stalge iriariager. SIMMONS, OPAL, Atlanta, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., K A P. She's 'g,0t pep every step, every step, e-very step. SIMPS-OfN, lXflARY LEE, 604 S. Main St., Charleston, Mo. Eastern Star, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo President, Y. W. C. A., HTF. lI7ith lwary Lee, e'Ueryitlii1ig's cracked, . Anal real C021'l7'77f01'L seiise she always lacked. SMITH, GLADYS, 3829 Brooklyn Ave., Kan- sas Ci-ty, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo-, Y. WV.. C. - A., Duckling Club. She is very f1l1flCl'LlClLl at riot being OIL time. Page 47 SMITH, JEANETTE, LaBelle, MO. t Stephensophia Editor in-chief, A. A., Hypatla Hexagon, Missouri Club, Solrores ArvaleS, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., fb GK. A lovely girl so exact in her work, Whose motto ls to do and never to shfzrk. SMITH, MARY RUTH, Uricli, MO. A. A., Eastern Star, Missouri Club, Home Eco- nomics Club, I-Ii Beta Steppo, International Relations, Y. VV. C. A., Hockey Team, Basket Ball Team, G T E. Last but not least. STANDLEY, MARY YTICTORIA, Carrollton, MO. Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Intern1a.tiOn.al Relations Vice-President, Y. W. C. A., 499 K. Says little bat thinks rhaclt. STUFFL-EBEAN, HELEN, 309 Linn St., Brook- field, MO. ' A. A., I-Iypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppc, Spanish Club President, Vice-Presi- dent of Civic Association, HTF, KIDGK. Has a- world of talehts which may be had for the asking. TALBOT, VIOLA MAY, Garden City, MO. Hypatia Hexagon, Cuittain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations, Y. W1 C. A. May be a joke writer some day. FEANDY, MARY NTILDRED,-107 Price Ave., Columbia, MO. A. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, GTE, Shejs a jolly good sport. If you doh't be- lieve lt, get acqtzarlrtted 'with her. TAYLOR, VERA FERN, Neodesha, Kaus. Hypatia Hexagon, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, APA, QPSK, ' Her pleasing fznarmers have won her a host of frtehds. , THORNHILL, IXTARYE EUNICE, Holden, MO. A. A., Missouri Club, Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., KACP. A mean eater. TOBEY, ETSTHER, Texarkana, Texas. A- A-, Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations Representative, Y. VV. C. A. A PA n n s , . Her pleasant d1'SfJ0.S'll'l07t ls her valued aeqzlisltlozz. TOOLE, RIILDRED, Bloomfield, MO. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, ZM E, Great Clllglllilj' hath she. Page 48 TOOMAY, HARRIET EL.rz.-xBETH, Braymer, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., 9 T E. , Too mztzelzt stttdyf his 'ZUC0l"l-.S'O71fl6' to the mind. CYREADXNAY, lX'lARTHA ELIZ.-xBETH, Clarks- ville, Mo. E A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Victory comes to the most' j2e1'seUe1't'tt-Q'. miie, MO. 'H A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Missou Clu , ' Raislers, Hypatia Hexagon, 1 . . . 9 T , .9 TRIMBLE, CORDELIA, 21 jackson ll 1Yl W A cordial ma-1d eu. llfith az oth1f1z.g lczideh. km TRIPLETT, JEWELL, Claremore, Qkla. Hyptatia Hexagon, Oklahoma Club, borores l .Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., CP 9 K. This girl ts sure to forge ahead. TRIPLETT, JEWETTE, Claremore, Ukla. Oklahoma-Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppol, Y. W. C. A. A brlglzt drispositloit cmd cz, sweet cheer? smile. TURNER, IRATHRYN, 613 Turner Ave., Co- lumbia, Mo. H T F, To know het' is to love her. TYLER, JENVELL1, 1501 Vllinclsor, Columbia, Mo. A. A., Hypiatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, Mis- souri Club,.Hi Beta Steppo, GTE. A wee one with tzafztghty ideas. UIiL, LA RUE E., Cameron, Mol. Hypatia Hexagon, Shrine Club, Missouri Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., APA, Oh! H erbert! W'he1'e art thou? XAENABLE, lVlARY, 1308 Rosemary Lane, Co- lumbia, Mo. Has at smile that doesh't mlb 0756. XVENTER, XAERNAL, El Dorado Springs, Mo. A. A., Hypfatia Hexagon, Missousri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Member of the RE- TORT of M. U., HT T. S he is tvitty, yet has o igoool time. Page 49 ' , . ,V , ' X 1 1 ,' MHZ .-R. K., .-H-V--,,iW.-f--,-M 'EY-I-auf-:....,,.. I V, .I t ' ' qbgvltfli lli,.x.'-f ,V .- . . I V-Via: . , I .,... ,,.. ,,.,.-I. H.. - - VVARREN, FLORENCE, Memphis, Mo. Stephensopliia Staff, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A. Has all arffzsm' thought-now and then. is YVEASMER, M.LXRjORIE M., Milan, Mo. Glee Club, Y. VV.'C. Mamj'01'1fe's pep 'zs simply fine, , As a leader, she"s smfe to shine. WESTCOTT, NIARY AL.ICE, 1402 Windsor, CoIlunIIbia, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Art Club-, Glee Club, 9 T E. .Every once in a 'while She sings for us with a smile. WHITESIDE, JULIA E., Bowling Green, Mo. Eastern Star, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, French Club, Art - Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E, QPSK, A Hatterztot has fam' legs. WILLIAMS, NIAE, Mountain Grove, Mo. i A. A., Curtain Raiselrs, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Vsteppo, GY. W. C. .A. Pl7iz'h a smile, she wms. VVOLEE, BIYRTLE, New Haven, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations, Y. VV. C. A. Or fair, or dark, Oi' large 01' small, S he sets a snare, To catch them all. Page 50 hw-nun' I I l I A I I I I I l l l I Page5l 32 OVER. R YPSY HG THE vi UD .E U S-4 O 1:4 Q CU lil Q f-1 v-4 4-I K CX svented b Pre Page 52' IUNIQRS P7'6S'l'd0l'lf ..,.. .... D OROTHY LEE BROWN Vice-President -- .... FRIEDA THOMAS Secretary ..... .... R EVA PARK1Ns Trreaswef' --- .... NELLE ROECIQER Yell Leader --- .... ESTHER HIBBs Sergeaafzzf --- .... VERNIE GOVLZDELOCK Miss EL.1zABETrr UUXKES Sponsovfs -- .... Miss HELEN KINGSTED Miss GRACE JOHNSON Q The Class of 1923 has been very Sl-lfCCC'S'SffL1l in accom-plishlng big things-even in making the Seniors Work to keep up with them. Crrefat enthusiasm has been displayed along all lines of student activities and scholastic activities. The Class has shown interest especiallyin athletics and dramaltics. The Junior follies, the musical 'comedy given annually by the Junior Class was a great financial success as well as the best performance of its kind during the year. The proceeds made possible the final payment on the nelvv curtain for the auditorium. The juniors pride thenilselves- on the following issues: 1. They were quick to attain the Stephens Spirit. 2. Tfhey have tried to be "fourfold glirlfsf, 3. They have fostered Democracy in Stephens. The chief aims of this class are: l. To promote the Stephens Ideals. 2. To put into practice the Honor System. 3. To establish a bigger, better Stephens. lf the juniors are as loy-al to their class and school nerft year as they have bien this, the Class of 1923 will be not only the largest in quantity, but also one of the finest in quality that has ever worked, played, and graduate-fl together at Stephens. Page 53 E 'J l l L if 5 w ADAMS, HELEN, Norborne, Mo. Y. W. C. A., A. A., Missouri. Club, 4? 9 K, 2'0- "Let others do the laboring and J 'will do the rest." 1 AIIQEN, NORMA, 704 Denver, Muskogee, Okla. Hypatia Club, Oklahoma Club, Sorores Arvales, Y. W. C. A. ' Since haste makes wa-ste, Norma doesn't hgnrry. ALEXANDER, DOROTEIY, 410 F.. Comrniercial, Charleston, Mo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., HTF. Beaitty, grace and 'good will combined to make a favorite. 1 ALEXANDER, ELIZIXBETH, Paris, Mo. Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Stepipo, E I X. "I may do something sensational yet." AiLL.EN, BESSE LOUISE, Mountain Grove, Mo. Eastern S-tar, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., E I X. She is, generous, crednlons, virtiloits, and coiirteons. ALLEN, ETHEL, Odessa, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Mzisisouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., Z M E. She shonld have been called "Pati.ence." ANTOINE, LUCILE, Columbia, Mo. Miissoumri Club, Soro-res Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo. Possessing a rainbow of mirth, and the ca- pacity to nse it fwisely. A ANTWEILER, CAMILLE, Versailles, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo A P A, Onr hearts go pitty-pat when we imagine naive Camille with a S PCl71'l.S'I'L comb and shawl. 1 AYERS, CFI-IELMA, Anadarko-, Okla. Sorores Arvales, French Club, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. I stand tip-toe upon a little hilly but oh, dear! I 'get so tired-then I sit down and swing my feet. BATES, FRANCES lXgAE, Revere, Mo. Y. VV. C. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Betta Steppo, APA, She has a mind of her own and knows how to use zt. Page 54 , .,f4:-an-f".' 'Q ' f' .Fx,.,. 11,.L ' S I , illii' 9 n. ,,.1 BAUM, CiLADYS 1NlAR1E, 726 Spruce St., Leavenworth, Kans. Y. VV. C. A., A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Kan- sas Club, Z M E. lfVe'll 'wager that Gladys 'would be happier slte could sing her cozwelrsatlon. BELCHER, ROSEMARY, 1315 VVilson Ave., Columbia, Mo. BEO, She 7'6l711.llCZlS as of some flower--do you stfjvpose it could be Rosevrtary? B1L.Ls, CRYSTAL, Union Star, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, French Club, Y. W. C. A. I arm afraid of 110 man. BLANKENBAKER, ESTELLE, Franklin, MO. Hypatia Hexagon, Culrtain Raisers Missouri Club, Hi 'Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Says ltttle but tltmks lots. BOYD, TRAVISGRACE, Maysville, Mo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo. I By her ClfLL17"l1'L:Z7lg j1ersoz1a.lrzty,.and sparlelmg wat, she fwms tlte everlasting love of all. BRADY LOUISE 1244 So. Peoria St., Tulsa, Okla. J A. A., Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steprpo, Y. W. C. Ai., E IX. She has U70-C1'0ZtS7'Z'6SS-Cl71d a smile fltat's A "catel1i1z'g." BRETCH, EDNA, 1005 VV. 18th St., Okla- homa City, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Hormel Economics, Y. VV. C. A., EIX, E She grows eontimizally fm our Esteem. BROWN, DOROTHY LEE, 1017 N. Harvey, Oklahoma City, Okla. junior Class President, Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, French Club, Y. W. C. A. A new and great aequairztavlice mtrodttced. BROVVN, CTENEYIEVE, 604 Olive St., Hanni- bal, MO. Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., B 2 0. A maiden blttlte and deboltair l'Viz'tlt sltiztlizg eyes and darle brown hair. BROWN, REBA LEE, Clifton Hill, MO. Home Economics, Club, A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Z M E. A gentle tongue 'ls at tree of life. Page 55 . it.- LM- ' ...- BUCKINGHAM, FRANCES, 2025 Houston, Kansas City, MO. . Stephensophia Staff, A. A., Shrine Club, Missouri Club, HomeaEcon.omics Club, Y. W. C. A., B 2 0. An. OZIZLSPOICQIL and coiiviiicirtg maideh. BUFFINGTON, DOROTHX', 4312 W. 6th, Ok- lahoma City, Okla. Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. After all, Christmas living is the best kiiid of Christmas giving. BULLARD, CATHARINE LOUISE, Ashland, Mo. urtain Raisers, Frenlch Clubs, Hi Beta Steppo, rnatio-nal Relations, Y. W. C. A., T9 K. e hot here to play, to dream, to drift, xy X JI have ha-rd work to do and loads to lift. DY, lVlARY RUTH, Drexel, Mo. Curtain Raisers,, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., ZM E. There is mach we could tell of her saccess 'iii classes hilt sajjice to say, she is per- sistent aiid accommodatiiilg, BURKE, CARLOTTA, 648 Fisk Ave., Mobierly, Mo. Shrine Club, Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A., B 2 0. "Hello Honey! Party good, sweetheart, how Y' c0miii"." ' BURNS, NIARGARET, Appleton City, Mo. A. A., Hypiatia Hexagon, Eastern Star, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, -Y. W. C. A. She receives, accepts, arid pins 017, her wall small slips of a bright red hae! BURRTS, LILLIAN RUTH, Linneus, Mo. Stephensophia Staff, AJA., Curtain Raiseirs, Mis- K souri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, 9 T E. .My soal sits m my eyes." CAMPBELL., GRACE CARENE, 1309 Boulder, Tulsa, Olkla. A. A., Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 13 2 0. A ' "Oli with the dance, Let joy be 'lWLC'01fZjQ7fL60l.U CANNADAY, NAON1 JEWELL, Ho-ufsston, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. Her smile tells as that sorrows come to stretch oat spaces iii- the heart for joy. CARROLL, GERTIE L., 246 S. B-rown St., Vi- nita., Okla. Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 2 IX, Leila! Now 'where could that sin twister of mme be?" Page 56 CARROLL, LEILA MAE, 246 So. Brown St., Yinita, Okla. A. A., Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., E I X. "I like to ride horses just as well as Gertie does: therefore we ride together. CHENEY, DOROTHY ANNE, Eureka, Kans. A. A. Dramatic Club French Club Hi Beta Ste 1 y 1 p- po, International Relations, Kansas Club Presi- dent, Y. W. C. A., '19 GK, E I X. The tenzper of cz wonian is generally forined froin the turn other features. COCHRAN, BIARGARET, Charleston, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. VV. C. A.,l. H TF. HY es sir, I think so, too! Now listen, I'll tell you whyf' ' CoLE, RUTH ELIZABETH, Monett, Mo. Y. VV. C. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo. A ninible talker, who rapidly forfns her con- victions. A COLLIER, KATHLEEN, Ash Grove, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. Sunny hair and disposition. COLYER, CLARA VVOOLFOLK, Somerset, Ky. Dramatic Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Stepipo, Y. W. C. A. -' One's heart niust be ever Given to ain that - .5 of another. CoMBs, JULIA, 314 S. Park Ave., Sedalia, A Mo. ' - A. A., Missourri Club, Home 'Economics Club, Art Club, Hi Beta St-eppo, Y. W. C. A., H T F. W'e"ve heard she is overflowing with in- valuable qualities. Secret: We believe what toe've heard. COOPER, WINNIE, Enid, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. lflfinnie doesn't confide the plans for her career to niany people, but she has a character which 'will send her to a g0al of height. ' CORDER, EDITH I., Corcler, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta, Steppo, Y. W. C. A., B 2 0. A sensible and deinure little individual. CUNNINGHAM, HATTIE, Caruthersville, Mo. Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., HTF. "Let us besinflexible and fortune will at last change in our favor. Page 57 ,- ,,....-.--na---vm.-we-i ---J "' ' ,. l I -1 li 9 i 3 E I I 1 ! .I fl 1 A i ' I I 4. l l I humans-are-L-R 1 .-s.a-.E- au., CUNNINGHAM, MoRA, Wiiiclsor, Mo. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Hi Beta sfeppo, Yg W. c. A. , . A gentle maidelz who gets thmgs done. DAGGS, MARGARET CATHERINE, Ewing, Mo. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. C. A. . She destroys szleut siispeiise -hy her smile. DAVIS, SYILVIA LEE, Savannah, Mo. ' French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., fi' 9 K. To say little cmd perform mitch shows the character of a great woman. DELANO, RUTH, Fulton, Kans. Shrine Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E.. My only care is keepmg my "dates" straight! DIX, LWEATHA, Pattownisburg, Mo. A, A., Hi Betta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 9'T E. "P17hat's the matter girls? Come on! Show your pep." ' DOME, NADINE L., Utica, Mo. Stephensophia Staff, Hypatia Hexagon, Eastern Star, Missouri Club.'Home Economics Club, Vice-President, Hli Beta Steprpo, Y. W. C. A., K A 419. Plain 'without pomp, rich without a show. DOUGHERTY, ANNA, Stanberry, Mo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, l f she e-zfer sets her mmd to do a thing- watch oizt. DUNHAM, DIXIE, 104 N. 10th St., East St. L.ou.is, Mo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Eastern Star Club, Hi Beta Step-po, E IX. She-iiitrodfzzces a little grace, beauty, im- faimliar charm and mystery ! D'LTNTON, DKAWN. Arcadia, Kaus. A. A., liynatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, Mis- souri Club, H1 Beta Steppo-, Kansas Club, Fire Chief. Dlotwi is a mighty good sport and a mis- chief-maker. DUSTON, HELEN, Kingston, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W1 C. A., Z M E. Her hair and eyes match,' her thoizlghts and actions gratify. Page 58 ELLIS, RUTH, 501 E. Evans Ave., Pueblo, Colo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Colorado Club, Y. WV. C. A., K A f-P, Yes, slzc's at decided blonde to-ith a decided charlii. ELsoN, Bild-XRY LOUISE, Unionville, Mo. Missouri Club, French Club, Y. NV. C. A., String Qualrtet, 2 I X. HLV'll'l1'Ii1Z my heart a- garden lgrotos, from l the world apart. ff?l'E EAsTEs, THELMA, Archie, Mo. ,Yi:J6i,, A, A., Missouri Club, Home Econo-mics Club, Hi ...av Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., Z M E. Iii a world where merit counts she can easily be recognized. ESTES, GLADYs, Dexter, Mo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., HTF. Tho" zxazzqiiislied, my argiiizzg spirit would guide me. EVANS, INA, 509 HCM Place, Farnminlgton, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. VV. C. A. "Tlio1zUlit is a liicley little temporary acci- dent." E EVANS, LoU G'ENE, Cameron, Mo. Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Miissouri Club, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. She' has ci lovely voice which may be heard for the aiskiizg. EWING, ETHEL, Eufaula, Okla. Eastern Star, Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. A calm corzibiiiavtiozi of, Peace and Quiet. Ew1NG, IZULELIA, Euutaula, Okla. Eastern Star, Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C.. A. Eulelia. is crediiloas, steadfast, and Oh! so coiirteoiis. F.x1REs, MARY DEY, New Franklin, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. "So long as one cali be iiezitral is there any use to hold C01fL'ZJ'ZiCZ"i0lZ5?U FIELDS, hlIl-DRED, Lee's Sunnnit, Mo. Missouri Club, Glee Club, Y. VV. C. A., KAT. She 'would act a good part whether van- quished or victorious. Page 59 ' J A A-' -3 la .srl l , . 'ur , l il, li 1 0 r l l i , . 1 l i i I a l i 5 i i 5 i l r l : 4 i l n l l I S P 1 'e x Y 9 :ly I ll A. K .rl lil lil i. l ,- Q ,Nr l ,xl x M4 A W, 1 ,.- 0. i 3 li A 1 lil' X ligi X' Q i XJ ik!! N ' 4 l 5 fx Y l T.. lf j . A 4 , , , iff, l? 3.l.N,x K X, J .J , i, yr. A ii i A vvxxg' W x as it . ,L ,. 1 1 Ni i .A Q ,x Y. -.Q 0 iii l -ag, iiixl M ntl' lx X ' 1 . R. b in HX. I X i A lil 'Ui .Jin K if xx . N1 ' Nfl X w s - N .h...4. F LYNN, VEROJNICA, 419 N. 7tl1 St., Hanni- -bal, Mo. Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A., B 2 0- She eouldn't bear to leave us. FOTHERGILL, RUTH MARY, Rosendale, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Home Econom- ics Club, Y. W. C. A. Q A wholesome tongue is a true lzfe. FRANKLIN, LETTIE MARVE, Appleton City, M'o. A. A., Curta.in Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. W 1 . ' A task onee begun, ts never left untzl zt's done. FRENCH, ALLETA, Martinsnburg, Mo. . Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., APA, "Of course I'll help-1' GABBERT, IQATHRYN, Dearborn, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Hi 'Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. Au H T 11, "'Tls better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at allf' GARRISGN, PEARLE HAZEL, Huggins, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. VV. C. A. "Here :I a1n,' front care Inn free." GERKIN, Lois N.XDINE, Carbofndale,'Colo. Y. VV. C. A., KA43. Cute and sweet And hard to beat. GIESSING, NORMA, 101 College Ave., Farin- ington, Mo. , Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Y. VV, C. A., STE, ' She's always natzz-ral,' we think she's just naturally nice. GILLIM, ELEANOR, 208 Cherry Ave., jones- boro, Ark. i A. AK Erbencli Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y.'W. C. A., All troubles 'Z'CUll'Sll when she appears. GODVVIN, lX'lARY LEE, Uriah, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta sieppot, Y. W. C. -A. illa-ry its a posztttfe gemus at smiling. Page 60 GOUDELOCK, VTERNIE, 1021 W. 16th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppoi, Y. W. C. A., H-TT. Slte's a little fella' with lots of pep, Au' the bestest ole sport ztte"ve ever met. HAAS, BERTIIA, Montgomery City, Mo. Missouri Club, Erench Club, Sorores Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., C119 K. "I study for recreation." V HAHN, LELIA, 115 VV. lOth St., Olklahonia City, Okla. Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., H T T. .May you uetfer break your link lu that chain of friendship exteudufzlg, through the hearts of so many. HALE, FRANCES, Miami, Okla. A. A., Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., B 2 0. "Wheat duty and pleasure clash, Let duty go to S17lCZSh.'U l'lAMILTON, NELL13, 302 N. 3rd St., Oska- loosa, la. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Art Cl'ub,'Hi Beta Steppo, jumbo Club, Y. W. C. A. Her eoutiuuous pursuit.'-"Novelty" HANSON, LULU ELIZABETH, Laclede, Mo. A. A., Mlissouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. VV. C. A., Z M E. Always the saute degree of geutleuess. HARBOURT, EDITH, 110 VV. 2nd St., Coffey- ville, Kaus. Kansas Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A P A. She's ueat aud she's sweet from her bouuet to her feet. HEIMAN, HAZEL, Salisbury, Mo. Athletic Association, Missouri Club, Home Eco- nomics Club, Y. W. C, A., BE 9. "Wel9ster aiuft got uothiug ou tue." HENDRIX, CLEOTA, Cowgill, Mo. Eastern Star, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Bleta Steppo, 'Y. W. C. A.i, 9 T E. "Too iuuelz tltiuleiug is a darugerous thiuigf' PIIBBS, EsTHER, Smithlanid, Ky. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., 2 I X. None but herself eould be liter equal. Page 61 -zl'2 HIGHLEYMAN, MADDA EUPHEMIA, Sedalia, Mo. Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. lflfhatjs ui a uauie? PIIGDON, lVlARY LUCILE, l12O W. 4th St., Sedalia, Mo. Missouri Club, B E 0. 5 , PVith calls aud dates is she supplied, VVhy shouldu't she be satisfied? HINKL,E, LENORA, Carbondale, Colof Hi Beta Steppio, Y. W. C. A. U "Mirth, admit uie of thy crew. HINSON, AMY, S14 VV. Rand St., Enid, Okla. . Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, French Club, In- ternationalfRelations, Y. W. C. A. S he's from Olklahoiua-and proud of it. PIALLOVVAY, HALLIE JEAN, Marlow, Okla. Gklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Stefppo, Y. W. C. A. She sileutly follows her iiieliuatious. HOCKEY, lVl:AE, Eureka, Kans. Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, French Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A., A P A. She bestows gladly for al deuial rhight cause distressartd trouble. A PIOUGHTOQN, CHRISTINE, Hamilton, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., K A CP. W ith grace to will with heart to hold, W ith shihiulg gifts that take all eyes. HUGHES, ELIZABETH, Richmond, Mo. A. A., Missouri Club, Sorores Arvales, Glee Club, Y. W. C. 'A., B 2 0. She knows how to play the gauie of de- peudability. JACKSON, BEULAH, 1015 Emporia St., Mus- kolgee, Okla. Oklag?ci1Qa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. WV. C. A. 7 She ,looks straight ahead and uses the ever- sharp braud of wit. JACOBS, LORENE, 909 Parallel St., Atchison Kaus. A. A., Hi Beta Stebpo. Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A., Jumbo Club, E I X. Wollzazz ca-me after utah. She's been after huh ever smee. Q Page 62 JOLLY, FRANCES ELIZABETH, 501 N. Senn- nOle, Ave., Gkinulgee, Gkla. Oklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta N Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. ' .She rules her actions by thtottffht and her L7f7f'CCzl'ClIlC6 by 1l60l1lYC'SS. fb JOLLY, ANNA KATHARINE, 501 N. Se-inlinole Ave., 0k1II.ulgee, Gkla. ' A, A., Gklahoina Club, Hi Beta Stepp-O, Y. W. C. A. X S he who frozwzs on matt mu-st die a maid- so why' frozwt. JONES, HELEN H., 3171 N. 6th St., Inde- pendence, Kans. A Oklahoinua Club Secretary, Y. VV. C. A., E I X. All hall! Joy and Beauty. IOURNEY, ELIZABETH, Higgninsville, MO. Missouri. Club, Hi Beta Stepipo, Y. W. C. A. Her vozee ts ever soft, gentle ahd low. ICEENS, DOROTHY GRACE, Seclalia, Moi. , Stephensophia Staff, Missouri Club, French Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. fir- O K, H T I1 Pl7ith such talent, 'wie know that Dorothy will have a brilliant ftttare. IQILLION, AZALIA S., Marshfield, MO-. A. A., Eastern Star, Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Be-ta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., Z M E, Variety is the spice of life, here's the variety. KING, MYRA PEN, Parsons, Kans. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Vice-President of Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. She came to as with a hohte-sick tear in her eye, but the joy and fmt, have dried the horhesicle tear. LAKE, :MCARY ELIZABETH, Higgilnsville, MO. Dramatic Club, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppol, Y. W. C. A., A P A, Her eyes are sohgs without words. . LAMBE, HELEN, Coffeyville, Kans. A. A., 'Curtain Raisers, Hi Bieta Steppo, Kansas Club, A P A. ' She gives to all with the joy that rrtost 0 tzzs feel liz recez'zfl11g'. LAWSON, BIAYME BIARGARET, 1321 S. Den- ver, Tulsa, Qlkla. Oklahoma Club-Seijqeant-at-arms, Art Club, Y. lvv. c. A., 2 I X. flltho1z'g,h she looks hke a very srhall dot she will always hold at great big dot in our hearts. Page 63 f. rms S LAYTON, ESTHER FERNE, Corydon, la. Athletic Association, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steptpto, Y. W. C. A, t A . To every bad characteristic we may jind in our fellow beings Esther can jind a- doz- en good ones. LEA, lNlAURINE, Clifton Hill, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Sorores Arvales, Y. W, C. A., ZME, CIJQK. Wlaurine, the distinguished young scholar we find in our niidst. ' LEE, EVA, Lamar, Colo. I Shrine Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppot, Y. W. C. A.. K A fb. "The more haste the less speed." LEUSLEY, RUTH B., 123 Kirby St., Mo-bterly, Mo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouzri.Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Internlational Relafions, Y. W. C A., B E 0. "I don't know rnueh about it, but-" LINDNER, BQARION, 2814 Denver Ave., Mus- kogee, Ofkla. Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., E I X, . A Reserve and modesty have endeared her to those who know her. lXlCCLANAHAN, Lois, Slpickarcl, Mo-. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Misso-uri Club, Y. VV, C. A.,fIP9K,9TE, ' l'Voe unto the inan, who shall ever bring ' rnuddy feet into Lois' house. Surely Q,-J... he will e.i'perienee the blows of et roll- J ., . . 9 A' 45 i I ' ,tif in Cf pin J x if CONIBS, HAZEL, Adrian, Mo. 'lf iuissoufi Club, French Club, Y. W, C. A., Z M A shy Miss in- our school, W'ho never breaks a rule. MCCOMB, NINA V., 301 N. Delaware, But- ler, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo-, Y. W.- C. A., Z M E. Shes the little puff that goes to tell of the blow' that's eoniing. lVlCB'lAHO'N, MARTHA NIAXINE, Vllaukee, Ia. Sttephensophia Staff, A, A., Hypiatia Hexagon, Shrine Club, Hi-Beta Steopo, Y. VV. C. A., E I X, Calm and unruhtled, no matter wha-t hap- pens. lXlCh'lASTER, ETHYL, Bedford, Ia. Hyptatia Hexagon, Home Economics Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A. She may look as if she were lalzguid and langourous-but she aint. Page 64 NIARSH, BERNICE, 624 N. Monroe, Brook- field, Mo. Missouri Club, French Club, Sorores Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo, Y, VV. C. A., H T F. Hel' jotfzal and fI'll'67'7'-V way -is like a breeze from the jJ1'c1ez71'1'es. lVlEFFERT, MARY ELIZABETH, 230 S. Rollins, A Centralia, Mo. X Cuvrtain 'Raisers, ,Missouri Club, Glee Club, Hi Beta. Steppo, AB 2 0. ' A 'good sport and the life of the party. NlOFFETT, F ERN, 912 XV. 16th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Jum- bo Club, H T F. "'Ez'erybody"s got the blues but me, aud .lim happy." BIOORE, EULA BELLE, Versailles, Mo. llllissouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W, C. A., A P A. This lassie is geutleuess persouzfjie ,. ll'iUEGGE, HLXRGUERITE, Lamont, Ok a. Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma ubgif' French Club, Hi Beta Steprpo, lnternatio al. A Relations, QT E. I eff' ' S he salts her food wzth huvuoa' audrpeppers lt with wzt. 4"'d""'Qf' NEfXLE, NIAXINE BTARIE, 1603 S. Moniteau St., Sedalia, Mo. Shrine Club, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. Y, VV. C. A., A PA. "Orchids and chocolates are my delight." NISBETH, MERWYN, Bevier, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Z M E. 'Plain living and high thiule1fug" is her mot- tO. NOWLIN, FANNY, Montgomery, Mo. Missouri Club, French Club, Soro-res Arvales. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., H TT. For she is just the quiet kiud whose uature L ueffev' 'Z,'C!'7"l.8S. 0,NEILL, MARTHA LUELLA, Winchester, Kaus. ' A. A., Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club, Y, W, C. A. , Luella ls a very serious and h,igh-euizzzded young lady. OVERHOLTZER, GRACE ELEANoR, Van XVert, la. Home Economics, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., K A fin It takes us some time to get tvay Cl0ZQ'1lrl1'67'6 to the HOF" but lzft 15 worth rzt because Grace 'is a-uzoug them. Page 65 3 f li is l la i i z li sniac..lr Hap- as. is 2 9 F il 9 ni il n E il F E I l f l .. 3, ....., Eliigo 3'a' OWENS, KATHERINE LEE, 909 S. Cincinnati, Tulsa, Oikla. Stephensophia Staff, A. A., Shrine Club, Okla- homa Club, H-i Beta Suteppo, Y. W. C. A. I "al clon't care-I look lzlee a good student. OXX'NBEY, VIRGINIA, 216 S. Maine St., Springdale, Ark. N Culrtain Raisers, French Club, Sorores Arvales, Hi Beta'Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 0 T E: An old maid I shall never be, As long as there are fish left in the sea. PAINTER, JENNIE V., Maywood, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Miissouri Club, Hi Beta Step- po, International' Relations, Y, W. C. A., A KACID, ' "Aly meeleness hides my disposition." PARKER, SALLIE, Warrensburg, Mo. Missouri Club, A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W, C. A., H T P. A rare compound of grace and beauty, I. An ideal 'gllrl with a sense of duty. PARKIN, REN.A MARIE, Fredericktown, Mo. Curtain Rlaisers, Hi B-eta Steppo, Secretary of Junior Class, Y. W. C. A., .-:CPG K, E IX. "All great women are dead and I don't feel well myself ." PARKINSON, EWIE, Wagoner, Ofkla. Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, Art Club, 'Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. If studying interferes 'with a 'go od time donft study. PARSONS, HOL.MAN, Mansfield, La. Shrine Club, Curtain Raisers, Economics Club- president, Y. W. C. A., B 2 9. Her gentle' speech and modest ways, Leave others to accord her praise. PAYNE, VIRGINIA, 515 22nd St., Cairo, Ill. A. A., Hi Beta Stepipo, Y, W. C. A. KA? "N o one has to amuse me-I amuse my- SeIf.!1 PENN, RUTH, Wagoner, Okla. Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. W. C.. A., Stephensophia Staff. A sweet atfractzve kind of grace, PHILLIPS, lVlILDRED, l424 E. 6th St., Ok- niulgee, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Y. VV. C. A., ETX. She gives true friendship to those who seek lt. Page 66 J 5 .- ,-,x. I .Xl. .' K ii:,zN PI.I'MI2ToN, HELEN FRANCES, 611 First St., Glenwood, la. A. A., French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV C. A., A P A. l lfVz'th cz. dlSPOSl'lIl07l' like hers and such Cl gift for 7lI1lS'IC, Helen ls certain to have cz hapjvy and successftfl future. PORTERFIELD, M ARGARET, St. Louis, Mo. Eastern Star, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. I uszmlly get there, even if teh mimttes late. PROCTOR, HELIEN M., 610 Van Horn St., Independence, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Art Club, Y. VV, C. A. Our feelings are hurt for she- makes us realise how little we know. PURCELL, ICY, 116 S. Star St., El Dorado, Kans. A. A., Shrine Club-, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Step- po, Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A. "Follow your honest cofzzflctlofzs, girls,-I know." RAY, LOUISE, New Franklin, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. W. C. A. It is well for one to know more than she says. REAVIS, NIARGARET, 214 Clay St.,'Ietfer-son City, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Stepp-o, Y.'W. C. A., 9 TE. She's not as solemn as she looks. REEVES, ELIZABETH F., 1009 Fairmont, jef- ferson City, Mo. Dramatic Club, Mlissouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., B 23 0, Opinions ga-lore, but-? REIST, NADINE, Adrian, Mo. Dramatic Club, Missouiri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W.. C. A., Z M E. As the old sclymg goes-"Stzll water runs Cl66!7.U A RENOE, VIRGINIA, Fulton, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Sorores Arvales, Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. Gp- A., B 2 o. , , Equal ports of lhgeltfztzity Clilltl orlglhalzty, well spiced with cz pinch of satire. REPLOGLE, ESTHER, 1201 Olive St., Car- thage, Mo. Missouri Club, Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A, , S77'll'lllllg,lj' she will carry her torch of serwce into the world. Page 67 RILEY, BTARGUERITE, New Madrid, Moi. - Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, .International Relations, Y. W. C. A., 499 K. In short she is a biindle of common sense tied with the ribbon of originality. RoAcH, MARY LOUISE, Harris, Mo. Missouri Club, International Relations, Y. W. C. A., e T E. , u A perfect jnggler of dates-in history. ROBE, HELIEN, 16-21 W. Zlist St., Oklahoma ' City, Qklta. Curtain Raisers, Treasurer of Oklahoma Club, Art Club, International Relations, Y. W. Ct, Au B 21 0. "Sleep hrst and stndy afterward-bnt sleep -Oh Joy!" ROECKER, NELLE, 440 Glen Ave., Council Bluffs, Ia. ' Junior Class Treasurer, Shrine Club, International, Relations, Y. W. C. A., H T T, ACP 9 K. Iowa has never bestowed a more attractive and valuable gift npon Stephens. IQUTHRAUFF, HfAZEL MARIE, 408 E. llth St., Coffeyville, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. Her sweet smile will hold a place in the hearts .of her friends. SANDERS, DOROTHY LU, Springdale, Ark. A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, APA. I ha'zfen't fonnd him yet-bnt tl'm still look- , ing. - SANDERS, MARGARET ALLISON, Brecken- ridge, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Soro-res Ar- valers, Hi B'eta Steplpo, Y. W. C. A., WK A41 Cheer np, Margie, no matter how fat or how slender yon niafy be, onr best 'wishes lgo with yon. SHO-PE, ALINE MARGARET, Norborn-e, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Eastern Star, Missouri Club, Y. VV, C. A., KA111 In the matter of smiles, she's more than her share. SIMERALI, MARGARET, Raymore, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Hi Beta Step-po, Y, W. C. A. She belongs to the well-known "Mit Dear I Wfnst Rednce fm Getting S0 Fat"' So- cietv. SINCLAIR, KATHRYN, 610 Broadway, jef- ferson City, Mo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, H T P, A nz-odest and nnassnming girl. Page 68 STADY, NIURIEL, Cairo, Ill. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. Says little bint thinks at great deal, STAYTON, GOLDIE ESTHER, Archie, Mo, Curtain Raiseirs, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y, VV. C. A., ZM E, A Mnch is expected of this versatile. young person. STEBBINS, HELEN, Albion, Nebr. Stephensophia Staff, A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, French. Club, Sorores Arvales, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. W. C. A., KA flv. Life can hold nothinlg but love and happi- ness for snch as Helen.. STEPHENS-, NILA, Elgin, Okla. Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. It is ha-rd to see Nila mthont seeing her grin. STERLING, FLORENCE, Sedalia, Mo. Stephensophria Staff, A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppto, Y. W. C. A., KAKIP. Oh! The light that lies in wo1nan's eyes. STEWART, BIARY, Kahokia., MO. A, A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., APA. 4' A good stndent-a good all-aronnd sport. STRANGE, LA VERNE, Holden, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. A P A. S he lias an adaptable niind accompanied by a desirable disposition. SVVEET, FLORA JANET, 2618 Lockridge, Kan- sas City, MO. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A-, B E O, A nature free front vanity. . SWINDLE IRMA NORENE, Fairview, Mo-. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A. If there's a fa-vor yon wish to ask, She'll do the task. SNVITZER DOROTHY, Kingston, MO. A. A Eastern Star Shrine Club, Missouri Club, Home Econornibs Club, Hi Beta Steppog Y W. C. A., 9 T E. "lf convinced against tny will Fin of the saine opinion still." Page 69 i E I l 1 l 1 5 l I l. it 'E l lluuaz-WA..-.-5. h.........Q.,,,, W , , -Y , , .-f:1rgt' 7 ""'t"" I --m A , 1 TEACHOUT, RUTH L., Columbia, Mo. lf we all could be as pleasaut as she What a happy place this 'zaorld would Abe. THOMAS, FREIDA, 607 Wlashintgton Place, East St. Louis, lll. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta SWDD0. Y- W- C- A,, E IX. u ' ,Y "I am sure care ts au eueluy to lzfe. ' TOBEY, DOROTHY, Texarkana, Tex. Hypatia Hexagon, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A P A, The Acade-tu Paper was quite a success, For Dorothy was the editor, Oh, yes. TOE-D, PAYE, Cleveland, O-kla. ' Oklahonia Club, Y. W. A.,'B,E 0. She ls so jolly, so wtfty, so yay, That deep browed trouble ue"er goes her way, TOMLINSON, GRACE, La Grange, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Sorores Arvales, Hi Beta Step- po, lnternatio-nal Relations, Y. W. C. A., fb 9 K, KACIJ, Lozfalyle lu, all of her moods. TRYER, E,IL.EEN, ll4 E. Sth St., Okmulgee, O'kla. Curtain fRaisers, 'Oklahoma Club, Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Orchestra, A PA. A little ray of suushiue rulugled with slu- cerlty, leludhess, and beauty. TRYER, MARY LENO-RE, 114 E. 7th, Okinul- gee, Okla. A, A., Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A PA, - A lfVlth a ku-td word for everybody, she has 'zaou her way luto our hearts to rezualu forever. TURNER, BERNICE K., Pattonisbiurg, Mo. Stephensophia.Staff, Curtain Rlaisers Treasurer, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations, Y. W. C. A., 'ff' 9 K, HE 0. She ls always the same-a jolly good sport. TUCKER, WVYIRGINIA, Ripley, Tenn. A. A., Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV, C. A., H T P, "A poet could uot but be gay lu such a jocuud coufzpazz-y." TYSON, H.'XZEL B., Ha-rrisonville, Mo. ilypatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. For if she will, she will, you may depend ou tit. Page 70 . M fa.- .Lal ..1 a.4.::.,4...-.....- a. Y..-...1-.,.4w-A . - 4... - - - TYSON, NIAUDE MARY, Skidmore, Mo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Miissouri Club, Home Eco- nofmrc Club, French Club, Hi 'Beta Steppo, Y. W4 C. A. I - , 'I never laugh till I see soniething funny." UHL, ISABEL, Cameron, Mo. . A. A.,. Hi' Beta Steppo, 'Holme Economic Club, Mnssouri .Club, Y. WL C. A., A P A, "Never al woifry! N ever a care!" . VAUGHN, MABLE G., New Bloomfield, Mo. Missouri Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. C Mable has one of those dispositions you ifead about. A VAN NOY, ICATHRYN, Fort Morgan, Colo. Eastern Star, Colorado Club, Y. 'W'. C. A., 9 T E, i I anija inan-hater, but the Bible says "love your eneiniesf' , Q WALTER, MARY M., 1206 Walnut, Columbia, Mfo. French Club, Y. W. C. A., Z M E. A fair niaiden whose life is one 'gala day of dreains,-sniiles and sunshine. WARD, ANGIE, 3519 Olive St., Kansas: City, Mo. :A P A, ' The Stephens girls are not the only ones who 'will iniss her when she leaves in fune. ' A WARREN, ERMA RUTH, Savansniah, Mo. A. A., Sororles Arvales, Hi Beta StepP0, Y- W- C- AN H T I1 The style of basket ball she plays You nefveif forget-it stays and stays. WHITMAN, ANNETTE, Hamilton, Mo. Missouri Club, French Club, ,Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. She is a busy little body. WIEGEL, FRANCES, 20 E. Uintah, Colorado Springs, Colo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppot. Colo-rado Club President, Y, W. C. A., GTE. With her clever wit she will soine day find her place in the hall of fame. VVILLIAMS, AILENE, Dearborn, Mo-. A. A., Shrine Club, Miissouri Club, 9 T ' Plenty Of gapagity for work but little in- elinati on. Page 71 WILLIS, BGAURINE, Canaclia, Tex. Hi Beta Steppot, H 'Ilya ' joking and langhing the lioelong day, This is the best and happiest way. WILSNON, LEA RUTH, 130 Wi. 22nd St., Oklahoma City, Ukla. ,. Oklahoma Club, French Club, Y. W. C. A., if 9 K, HT F. A , ' Apparently it is beyond her power to frown and we sincerely hope that she ina-y retain that reputation. WILSON, MARY, Dewey, Okla. ' A. A., Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppoy Y. W. C. A. I f the world had more just siieh thonlqhtfnl, fan-nialeing folk, it would be a better place to live in. WINIFREY, FLORENCE EDITH, Gem, Kans l-liypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. Edith is a sweet, sincere girl, very' con'- scientions in all her w0rk. t XVYATT, DOROTHY D'E.AN, 411 Christian Col- lege Ave., Columbia, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Curtain Club, Missouri Club, Airt Club, Y. W. C. A.,'45 9 K "iWy fznind to me a kingdom is." Page 72 Page 73 THE HJUNIOR IOLLIESU Presented by the Junior Class l 1 1? li i i K ! II, .. r S . I Z Q I 1 l Y ,L if 1: 7 l 1 i l a i i , l ll li H l if we Ir -9 Ei is ,, nl . i l 1 4 . 2 l I S . v 1 S l I 2 E l W 5 1 if . ll 4 . 2 i w i 5 ' i ill i Y l ,. il ,. sf it -G EI Q., E , . E L 1 x I . vt 4 i vi ll I i ACADEMS E BROXVN, BERTHA, 2654 East 29 St., Kansas 2 City, MO. C G A, A., Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Step- 1 PO- . Her heart is surely in her work, i A i,ri,w, She's never known to lag or shirk. Q F Q . W-1 .asf CHEYNEY, PAULINE, 212, Chestnut St., Glen- . ,. ,ji-P We wood, Ia. fsg54igPj:k fy,,,fi3'f. Y. W. C. A., iafemh Club, shrine Club. f' , Aff, ,lf Polly's so popular, merry and sweet, .3 X In fact she is one who cain't be beat. B55v?i,y945yyq,Jv5X CLARK, MARY RUTH, Center, MO. 'fa F 2 I' Y. W. C. A., A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri 74" Club, Hi Beta Steppo. ' ,Q . . f ' f Light of heart and bright of face, 7' ' She does all things with such sweet grace. g , COX, DORIS, Hampton, Nebr. f Y. W. C. A., French Club. il Q Her very frowns are fairer far s Than smiles of other maidens are. 3 FORRISTELL, HELEN, Wentzvillie, Mo. , E Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. 3 , Happy am I-from care I'm free, Why arenit they all contented like me? HICKMAN, RUTH, Cross Timbers, MO. I Here's a riddle I can not solve, 2 3 A particle impossible to dissolve. i - i JOHNSON, TILBURN, Piedmont, MO. g , Academ President. ' 1 VV hen you smile the day is bright, 2 A -1 K l 3 l'Vhen you frown, it's dark as night. E KRAUSE, CAROL, 107 Beech St., Coffeyville, ' 1 Kanes. Q A. A., Hi Beta Steppoi, Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A. Tall and slender and graceful is she, A prettier dancer, no one could be. i LIDDLE, LOUISE, 2624 Olive St., St. Joseph, , MO. Y. WY C.A., A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. - All things I thought I knew, But now confess The more I know I know, I know the less. BICIAYLLESTER, BEss, Bovina, Miss. Her nzanners gentle, her ways kind, Page 74 PERKINS, LA XIERA, Okmulgee, O'kla. Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. This quiet little 'WlfZ.SS, I will declare, Has bright blade eyes arid lqoldeii hair. STUMPH, JEVVELL, 226 W. 22nd St., Okla- homa City, Okla. A prettier doll could E'eh tho you searched the whole 'world j7'0'lH'ld. q VVILLBRAND, CARLA, Charles, Mo. Y. VV. C. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. A tart aziswer has she always ready, But, on the whole, she's pretty steady. Page 75 hot be foimd, 569 Jackson sr., sth THE OLD' MAROON AND GOLD Oh, to Stephens, dearest Stephens, Our thoulghts will ever turn: On thy altars, Alma Mater, The tires shall ever b-urn. And all thy dearestsmemories Our hearts Will sacred hold: VV e pledge our true allegiance A To the old maroon and gold. Through the buy days of striving, Mlidst the llauighter and the tears, Day by day our hearts are learning To conquer all their fears. And when the taskis are ended, And when our lives grow old, More fondly shall We love thee- Love the old maroon an-d gold. To achievement, joy, and conquest O'ur steps We onward bend, But our gayest, gravest moments Fond thoulghts to thee Will lend: Weill never cease to love thee, And, as thy fame is to-ld, We'll stand steadfast and loyal To the old maroon and gold. -Grace Eckelberry SPECIALS COLE, LA DENA, Bartlesville, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Art Club. Short and sweet! CLINE, LUCILLE, St. Joseph, MO. Missouri Club. . 1 1 i I U "The power of lcz1.1ghz1zg 1s trreststtble. CRAIG, MfXRGARET, 1104 Oneida Ave., Dav- enport, I-a. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. " IU-'T6ll-E17d,"'. Cl7,17'0"S.U DAVIS, HELEN, Monett, Mo. 1 Eastern Star Club, Missouri Club, W. C. A. I 11sed to have some good tmtes tit my home town. EVANS, WINIFRED, Sweet Springs, Mo. Glee Club, B E 0. , 1 . Full of sweet '111d17fe1'e11ce. HTAID, LAURA, St. Louis, MO. Missoulri Club, Hi Beta Stepp-O, Y. W. C. A. "The mtldest 111a1mer amd the gehtlest heart." ' KARTE, EL FREDA, 3lO Boyd St., De-Soto, Mo. Y. VV, C. A., A. A., Curtain Club, Hi Steppo, In- ternational Relations Club, E IX. rrD01lChG l27Z0iU?U BTCLENNON, MARY QPAL, Marshall, MO. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo-, HTF. "The proper way to study mllrzklnd ls to study 11ta,111." ' NELSION, ALTA, Broadmore Hotel, Okmul- gee, Okla. Y. VV. C. A., A. A., Shrine Club, Oklahoma Club, French Club, Glee Club-, Hi Beta Steppo, "String Quartet. Thzs toll carefree 'girl witlz COI7lf7lC'.1'Ii07'l- fair fs cz 'L'l0l'l1l ge111'11s, 1'11deed-q111'te rare. NATION, SYBIL, Fort Gibson, Okla, Y.-NV. C. A., A. A., Oklahoma Club, KAW. Still and quiet as cr fairy. Page 76 PITTS, JUELL LAVETTA, Carrowlltoln, Mo, To the faliihful the reward is asswedl, PHILLIPS, NEVA, 4143 Forest St, Kansas City, Bio. A Y. VV, C. A., Missouri Club. Kind and true cmd af frieml to all She cmswers gladly to everyf call. SMITH, VIRGINIA, B10-omfreld, Mo, MiSSOL11'i Club, B E 0. . She believes devoutly that there is value In 41 smile, STOKES, MARTHA JANE, Malden, Mo. Y. XV, C, A., A. A., Hi Beta Stepper, Treasurer of B Z O. F7'C1IfC'fl"7I1lf37 pins are like pop com-the' more one gets the more One wants, Page 77 1 'I JIMMIE JUNIOR . CJAMES BQADISON XVOOD, IRQ ,,,- .... ----.1m- Page 78 YQ- , , ,ff-A Q 2' 1 I Y X 1: I ' ' X QA ' . inf fx 1 : R f 1 I 5. 'X , f- fr + f, QA. I X . f X X K ' K M f I A W 4- K N W9 I r X X S ' X , k 1 ' Xl ' 0 ' 1 Xt X f' 'j -SCX? V Q x 2 3 1 vik. ll X f w Q . l"L,.....,-JJ MMIII," , ' V, 1 W 5 A 1 ml '. , fx ' . l - xv fy A K X N x U' vf jf, I S 'I 1' K , , f ,Q , .f f S 1 . -blw-M DEDAQTHEMS gg 'M , , - + 1. M 914.6 " ' O Q 1 . 'il . 4? ' v .. 5,1-as m 1 g - Y va , " U i-- , SCIENCE E Farewell Chemistry Lab! VV hy farewell? Beecause. next year we are going to have a brand new Laboratory ownu the third iloor of ourl new Science Hall which is being -erected on the front of Stephens College campus. Thiiis department will coirsxist of three laboratories for chemistry and two- for the Biological Sciences, all of which will be a.ttractively and adequately furnished. There will-l also- be a lecture room for each departm-ent. Each isztudent will have a private' locker, desk, and necessary apparatus for her individual use. It is with great joy-anyd sorrow, that we leave this laboratory-sorrow be- cause of the memories- we hold of it and joy because of the modern and first class laborato-ry which we shall have. I The Chemistry Department has had phenomenal growth in the past. Since it forms the foundation for Home Economics, an allied :srulbj ect, it has b-een given first rank in importance of the 'departmefnit and there is a greater interest shown in it each year. The Biological Sciences! offered are: Botany, Zoolo-gy and Biology. Zoology is a new course which has just been introduced this year and has met with much success. The students are interested in this course and we are sure it will grow in numbers and importance. Page 81 i. i c S 'i V, i I i . I i l l P I 5 i E L. . Miss BURRALL,S , RELIGIQUS EDUCATIQN No one can be really happy who starves her spiritual nature. It is impossible to live a complete i'1ll1T1.ELH life if the greatest element is left out. We are physical, mental and spiritual. The greatest of these is the spiritual, ' It is therefore the aim of the religious eduicaftion 'department to make religion a normal part of each gi2rl's life, to make Christ so real to her that she will open h-er heart to Him and ask Him to be her friend, and her Lord and Master. . T In doing thirst, three things are stressed--Bible Study to learn God's Law li Prayer to find out His Willg and ayLife of oyous servilceito demonstrate Him to others and to bring the world to Him. Three courses of study, namely, Religious Fundamentals, Old Testament, and New Testamient, give every girl an opportunity to acquaint herself with Gods wo-rd. A course in S. S. methods provides the necessary train-ing for work. Addi- tional daily Bifb-le reading and prayer are fostered in' every Way. Four nights a week, Stephens girls meet immediately after dinner for a vesper prayer and praise service. The svve-etest memories of Collelge life center around these evenirng gatherings. The scripture is given from the floor in verses loved and memorized 'by the girls-often thirty or more join in sentence prayers and all ' ZW, F " ,- ' CHRISTMAS PAGEANT Page 82 !u.mw..s..., W , in uw , -..- SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS unite in songs Of praise. Then! "the cares that infect the daiyn do in very truth slip away and new visiolnas of truth, love and joy fill all h-eartis. Indelibly stamped on the memory are the Chrilstmaisl vesper services On the campus around the immense everfgreen with its myniad lights an-d glowing Star atop. "I-lark the Herald Angels Sing" and 'Little Town of Bethlehem" take- on new meaning when sung by hundreds of fresh young voices out under the quiet stars. Nor must the leadership groups be forfgotten. Over a hundred girls who desire es-pe-cwial training in Ch.rist.ian Leadership meet in early morning twice a month. They have formed denominational groups for study of young wom-en's missionary ofrganizatilo-ns and connect the-m, with their own home churches. Each is striving to fit herself for real service in the home church. The Sunday School class started by Miss Burrall in February, l92l, has grown to ani attendance of a thousand University men and women an-d College girls. It meets every Sunday morning at 9:29 in Stephens College Auditorium closing pro-mptly at 10:30 to allow members to arrive a.t church on time. Strong men's and girls' committees meet weekly to work out the executive business of the class. The atmosphere of the class is deeply spiritual. Frequently a do-zen or more men lead in prayer, and the girls, too, pray Often and earnestly. ' The College Y, W. C. A. is one ofthe strong divisions Of Religious education. CHR1s1'MAs TREE PROGRAM Page 83 ENGLISH THE C. W1 I. C. CLUB THE FORTNIGHTLY CLUB Pag Page 85 THE STEPHENS STANDARD EXPRESSION The Expression Department has attained a more prominent place in the activities at Stephens College this year than ever before. The Curtain Raisers, a club which has been organized under the auspices of the Expression Department, has presented several one act plays at the student mass meetings in the College Auditorium. Besides the plays staged' by the Curtain Raisers, the advanced public speaking class has given one act plays on VVednesd'ay and Friday of every week for the expression class. A number of these plays have been giiyen in the au- ditorium for thestudent body, and others have been given at the meetinlgsl of the Curtain Raisers Club-. The 'flunior follies" given by the Iuinior Class, and "The Gypsy Roveri' given by the Senior Class were the two big performances given under the di- rection of the Expression Department, both of which were very successful this year. The Expression Department is eagerly looking forward to next yearys work, for there will be a little theatre on the third floor of the Conservatory in which plays will be given each week. On the south side of the new Science Hall a small amphitheatre will be constructed so that plays, pageants, and outdo-or festivals may- be presentrd. Classes will be organized in which stage production, stage make-up, and the technique of the stage will be studied. A VV hen these improvements are made, the Ex W pression Department will assume, the position which it has long deserved but has never attained as one of the most' 1nHuent1al departments in the College. y Page 86 age S7 PLAYS DIRECTED BY EXPRESSION DEPARTMENT l ART ' DEPARTMENT AT Wofkii J 9 ART The Art Department has a three-fold purpose: first, to train girls to be instructors in Art 3 second, to give the necessary fundamentals for such. artistic professions as painting, illustrating, interior deco-ratinig, and designing in porce- lain or textilesg and third, to develop a capacity for recognizing the real values in life and thus adding to the joy of living. The success of the work depends largely upon the versatility of the students. Appreciation of perspective is: work-ed out with the media of pencil, charcoal, and clay modelilngg of color with vvater color, crayon, enamel and stencilingg and of design through pen and ink, sten- cil-designing, ceramic decoration and poster makinlg. . As art lovers the studen-ts in this department must go back to their home com-nuinities with an aptitude for new tasks: in beautifying their environment. After all, it costs no more to live' in a restful, artistically furnished home than in one of expensive ugliness. In Stephens the Art Department is not self-centered but reaches out to help in all of the activities of school life. Making posters, desilgning costumes, beau- tifying the stage, and sponsoring campaigns for preserving the beauty of our campus are but a few ways in which it makes itself 'guseful as Well as ornamental." Page 88 Page 89 THIS WORK WAS DONE BY THE ART CLASSES 1 E STEPHEN.s CoLLEGE CJRCHESTRA MUSIC The present standing of the Stephens: College Conservatory together with its feqgird in the past entitles it to a posit-ion not surpassed by any other department of the College. The Conservatory is as old in years as Stephens itself. Fifty years ago the -catalogue advertised a 'depairltin-ent of "Ornamental Arts." That de- partment so essential in the acquisition of real Hladylikeniessn in our grandmothers, time has become a deparment of practical musicianship, just as essential in the attainment of a Well rounded education' by the modern girl. The music faculty, which has always compared favorably with that of other conservatories in the middle Western colleges, has been .steadily improving along with the faculty in other departments. Under the leadership of Basil Deane Gauntlett, director of the Conservatory, the music faculty have demonstrated real efficiency both in individual and in co-operative work. I Through a series of faculty and student recitals of unusural merit, the Coin- servatory comes directly in contact with the Whole school. In addition Weekly class recitals by the music students are given. A niuimzber of graduate recitals in voice, piano, and expression will be given during the spring. Wfith 300 s-tudents takino' private lesson i ' l f g A T si n music, tie Conservatory may be classed as one of the largest departments in the College. These infclude both town and college students who study piano, voice, violin, pipe orfgan, cello, violin, saxophone, trombone, cornet, and clarinet. Besides these there are many stu- dents enrolled in classes in musical theorv Work, and in the various musical or- O . . ganizations shown in the accompanying pictures. Page 90 l l l STEPHENS COLLEGE CHORUS There is a peculiar advantage in a combined college and conservatory sufch as Stephens. The large proportion of students who have no actual contact with the music department are not beyond the ranige of its influence. For besides the educational inspiration' that resmlts from' attending recitals, there is a certain in- tangible, indefrnable value and aesthetic apprecilaztion deveflo-ped from continual contact with good music of all kinds. Opportunities for the enjoyment of the best music are also afforded by con- certs ancl recitals such as the Phi Mu Alpha series. Phi Mu Alpha has just finished its' fifteenth season, during which it presented. to the public live very unusual musical treats. The first number of the series was "The Tmpressario', by Mozart, which was presented with rare ability on the part of the players. A violin concert given by Bronislaw Huberman, an artist of world-wide fame, was the second in the series. The next number featured Olive Kline, possibly one of the best known sopranos in America. At her concert, there was a larger audience than at any oth-ersprolgram presented by Phi Mu Alpha during the season, with the exception of the program given by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestraj Holmes Cowrper, tenor, appeared as the fourth mmnber of the concert series. He was accompanied by Basil Gauntlett, head of the Conservatory of Music in Stephens College. Perhaps the greatest feature of the Phi Mu Alpha concerts was an afternoon and evening performance by the St. Louis Symphony Qfrchestra. The orchestra was conipofsecl of eighty musicians, directed by Rudolph Ganz. Ganz is! known not only as ra. dsirector, but also as a pianist. He was accompanist for Galli Curci, for several seasons before takimlg charge of the orchestra. These concerts have afforded an unusual opportunity to all the students and music lovers of Columbia. Page 91 HOME ECONOMICS Page 93 ATHLETICS Page 94 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ' President ........................... MARY AKES If'1'Ce-P1'esidu.i' ...................... rf.-xUL1NE ALLEN Sccretary ........ -. .................. LOLITA ScHA13i'1sRKo'13TTER T7'6ClSZl'7'C"7' ........................... Harrie QREDMAN RCf7'8SC1lf0IZii'C .........-............ Bnssm GIBSON A. A. is the peppiest organization in school. It is composed of girlsx interested in athletics. An "S" sweater is offered to each girl who in two years gets one hundred points out of a powssilb-le one hundred and ninetyasix. Ten points are offered for all teams and three points! for all squads in basket ball, volley ball, base ball, rhythm, tricks, tennis, and hockey. Points can also be won for hiking, for keepin'g health cards, and for perfect attendance at A. Ag. meetings. Ten points can be won in swimming at the annual swimming meet. , An "S" blanket is given each year to the best all-round girl athlete. She is judged according to her .athletic ability, pa.rticipat.ion in all sports, scholastic stanrdinlg, leadership, personality, and good sportsmanship. The desire of eve-ry gi-rl to have the blanket awarded to her leads on to added effort and increased interest. This year the blanket was awarded to Dorothy Barter. At the beginning of the second semester, a sorority-dormitory basket ball tournament was held. The team carrying the highest per cent at the end of the tournament was awarded a large silver lovinig cup. If the cup ils won two years in succession by the same group it becomes .permanent property of that group. The l922 tournarment was wo-n by the Kappa Delta Phi team. Each year a small silver loving cup is given to the girl winninlg the singles in tennis. There is both an indoor and outdoor tennis tournament but no cup is offered .to the winner in the indoor games. . I The track meet is one of the most interesting events of the year. A silver loving cup is presented to the winner of the moist po-ints in the meet. ' A feature of the swimmiinlg classes that inspires interest is a club having three classes. The class to be attained first is the "Duckling," second is the "Duck," and third is the "Stephens Duck." Two swimming meets are held 'during the year. In the second meet the winner of the most points receives a. silver loving cup. A water p-lay is presented Commencement VVeek by the best swimmers. The play is written by a Stephens lgirl. During the year there are inte-resting inter-class series. This year the Seniors won in volley ball, basket ball, and hockey. I A. A. gave its annual Carnival january Zl. The features of the evening which made it a great- success were stunts, drills, apparatus performances, and dances. Several attract.ive booths proved an added attraction. If all the plans for the organization for next year are carried out, A. A. will be the foremost club in Stephens. , Page 95 l Page 96 l Page 97 Page 98 Y . ff- A f: I ' I If im, WI mm IIH mum mm mm IH mm III6mqWif'- . "IM .mm Iuuu um IIIII mm IIILLIIIII IIIII , ,r III - I . I If IIIIIII nm I IIIIII I I I I III IIII I . II II HIM ' if V+ II I , I 'I ,I . X411 . IIN 4' 0 1 I fp ,II I II f III II' III" .I I' f . I I M' , .1 1 is gr' I III I It -- ' If N I I I I III II II 3 f W N "" I I ' If' f Q 22 4,-15 1, " .... I ' I I .. , 5 ,gg I f . ,fx .1 I ff Q4 .- " Xf I 'Eff X2 : , X 5' , E f , "' Xi Q fi X , f- Q E f 5 'f ' SI E ?' 5 1 S S i E 25 2 7,27 X .Q I A f f N 1 P V Z3 2 - ? T: Q 5 Ez' ' yi 1 44 : ' S , Ji, . V, f 5 , X Z: , I Z 1 5: ' if 1 . , ' I ' I ' 'X - f I Z Z I i 5 I l 92 Q 5 2 12 4? 5 ' , Z 2? E . g - V Q- - 2 D X1 7, if ' "S- R -if L., f E-IAJM YQQ, .-.-iv 4 GRGMIZMIOIIS pq kanr G 'W' .. an 11:5 ru' Q k "4 mfr fr-v . iv - .N A ' fa ' H1 W 5' " f ' - Q-' - W. v A 4 . . ww" .fflxgniv fi - ,QMN MP ,' . 'N-'.. ' "mill X -wp-ggizfw f W 1 0 .-L. 'pw , nf"-i fe' -"V ,. g Qu' t' 'A YL , --'X-aw... . . -- . .- , .,,,:, Aa... 1 Q - A -A ..u,k,,,-,af ' ' . W. ', Q sr ,uf ' naw' 1. min- ds, uv 3, .Kg ., . , 4 ' f wr Q., if n , . M... 1 su. K' fm- .N x ' M 4,-Q. luv 4 f. "-J A fri' aa, ,v .L f, 4. fs . 4, fVv vw " ww. Nu. ww., . W s t .-1 - Q-1: 1,-ir .K Al . 'Q . hw' 1 U m , wk .., X 'ff 'lx ,N '. ,'-3 . vw- . . L -. ,n..I, .4 ,uni x ,L .J N ,,,s..feA-f' 4 ' f,-:,,-4 .J .,.. . .K .1 'f , .i AC , - ,ff u - -fr M -- - .Q Y -Q If ,f X ,fuk-. A. A ,fs--A, L , ,. ..v Wi, . 4.9 , . " 4 '-'J - WH' 1 . .5 T 1 "V .-'. '14 1 .ff ' . , ,M 1- . ,f ."'-' - 1 Af'- ',w.,3 - f, " -f' , , K., . ,vga- F.. as."7" 1, ", ,.o .,, Q , 1 .A Y, k W, ,1 ,. lm., H. Q-Q. . A wnfm ' Q s ' ' ,fu 'Z- ' .Q . Q , .Q . n , 1, -,F .Q .Q april ,um ., rm, l W ,Kip fm vw 0 dm- A I " . . li , . -4. ' fn. f - 3 , ."' .mba Q1 ,-1 w. ,SM A 2. -. s K o ' Q, - wr. ., .1 ' X , s ,-V ' .., .-ww, ,I t 1 4 1 l I I l E s i l i I i E 3 l l 4 i X fi- E 1' -lf li- - tix Q CIVIC ASSOCIATION P1'6'sid011t ..-.....................-...... AMELIA FOSTER Vice-P1Tc'SlidC1zt .......................... HELEN STUFFLEBEAN S 6C1'GtcI1'3' ...-.-................. 4 ....... HIL.DA lb'QiILLSPAUGH T7'CUS'I'li1'C7' ........ A-Q ................-.... RUTH I-14-XIXIMOND I Y. DV. C. A. I?cjJ1'ese1ztatfive ...........-,,.- ALIBIE lWiOSLEY Pam Hellenic RcjM'ese1zt4ztz7t'c ..........,. ,,-ELINQR-KELLY Student Actiwty Reptvsczztdtitfe ....... QURACHAEL SEIFKIN Yell Leader ................... I .....E... Lita K. GRAHAM S tudcnt Gofzferzzmefzt Rejv1'esc1ztc1t1't,'e -R ....... JULIA BONDURANT A l'IALLIE REDMAN Song Leader ........,...,..,..,,.E..,, U - The officers of the Civic Association, elected in April of l92l, have served during this school year, to the best of their ability, the places they were chosen to fill. Throughout the entire year they have endeavored to transact the business of the Stu-defnlt body in as slystematic and effective a Way as possible and We believe that this year, although it has not contained startling improvements and changes, has been successful. We attribute this success to the splendid cooperation of the student body as a whole in every movement forwarded by the Civic Association Cabinet and to the splendid spirit with which it has accepted and acted on every measure presented to ift. The statement was made at the beginninlg of this school year that the development and success of the entire plan of the organization de- pended upon the hearty cooperation of every citizen of Stephens. VV e have had that cooperation and We thank you for the faith you have had in us. Page 101 -Civig AS50ClhTll?n Syepnena J'...mN- C ll ge WM ""m"f + ' Gm'-1 Cf---dl Iw,..I I su., I ITN... I I S'-a,171f:':-'-'I IY,wc.A. I I 5"'HJ,?IS':!"' I I P., i..1-ua.. I Icon'-A I I....T,.I I::.:I::I IQKIITII I1l lla Cn- ' M I THU!!! mm mmm- S-ft-' 2 Blum - il -ml .. -' li ,.,,..,.m ,, - H wah 0-5 mmmmm " if-I--ff-B Iii ' ' . ORGANIZATION OF CIVIC ASSOCIATION The Civic Association has for its purpose the coordination of the extra cur- ricular activities. Its object is to enact and enforce laws as stated in the. Con- stitutiong to transact all 'business pertaiming to th-e Whole student bodyg to do all in its power to further the interests of the college. lThe Cabinet of the Civic Association is. composed of the President, Vice- President, Secretary and Treasurer elected especially to Fill th-ese offices and the president of Student Government divisiong the President of the Y. NN. C. A.g the President of the Student Activity Board and the Chairman of Pan-Hellenic Council, and the executive committee of the Faculty. ' The General Council is made up of representatives from the groups into which the student body is divided. This council meets to discuss the problems of the student body and to take b-ack to their groups the possible solutions for these problems. No matter is ever voted upon in Cilvic Association Mass Meetinlg until it has been thoroughly discussed in the groups. The Civic Association has been in existence for only one year but already the plan of Student Government is considered successful. During the year the or- ganization has not neared perfection b-ut its program has been thoroughly con- structive and its future plans are truly Worth while. Page 102 I STUDENT GOVERNMENT DIVISION O-EEICERS P7'6Sid67Zf ..... L ............................ JULIA BONDURANT V 1.66-P7'6'.S'i0l6l'lf ............................. FRANCES BTARPER Secretary' .................................. MARGARET ENGL.E EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE C hClf7'7I71CY'11 ........ ' .......................... J ULIA BONDURANT Secrefary ................ ............... MARGARET ENGLE JULIA XVIIITESIDE REVA PARKIN, lst semester ........ FRANCES HILXRPER, 2nd semester HAZEL TVTCCLURE, lst SC11lCSt6f---VERNIE GOIUDELOCIC, 2nd semester V HOUSE PRESIDENTS PAULINE ALL-EN MARY HULL TXTILDRED TOOLE JULIA COMRS HOLMAN PARSONS HAZEL TYSO-N ROMIXINE DEVER LOLITA SCHAEPERKOETTER JULIA WHITESIDE JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES Colunzbzfa .............................. VJERNIE GOUDELOCK lfV0Od .....-.................... - ..... TVTILDRED TOOILE Marin --,,- ........-. .-, ..-. --,.-,--- ..... L-ENORE TRYER Clzwcli Censor .......,............ ----FRANCES BUCRINCIIAM HL--- ---. ,--.- ,-----VELMA GODDARD T Assfsfazzt Secrefary J The Student Government at Stephens has been a Success this year. The honor sy'sItenI has been Strongly eniyphfasized and has been decidedly more success- ful than ever before. This haas been due to the hearty Cc-operation of all the students to make it ,a success. However it is still not perfe-ct. No great change bearing so vital an effect upon any colle'ge can be made inn a year or in two years. It must gradually grow and becoine incorporated infto- the college standards. Fu- ture yearfsf will See an honor system at Stephens which will not be surpassed by any other girls' school in the United States, if as much iniprovenient is made in the next few years as has been invade this year. Page 103 ,fi 171 , Y. W. C. A. pwsgdemg ----.-H,, ,--,,,,,,, .,,... g ....... A M Bm yMOSELEY ViCe-pi,fe5,ide',.Hf ---------- ------,--, ,,-...., H E LEN D'ILLENBECK Trgaguyfgqf ,-,--, -u,,,,.-,.,. .,.......... - - HAZEL MARVIN Sec-ygmqqy ---------- -,,,,. ' ,,,-,...,..,.. - -RUTH TVTARSHALL Chairmonz 075 Social C074Hfl'L'lll66 ........... .---EDITH 'CORDER C hairmcm of VVo1'ld Fellowship .............. VIOLA TALBOT Chalvfmcm of Social S 61"ZlllC6 ....... .- ......... QLIVIA NOEL Chairman of Finance Committee ............ ESTHER BARNHART C halmmm of M embershlp Commitfee ......... CHARLOTTE RAINEY C holrmam of Pffzblicity Committee ............ x7ERA TAYLOR "Little Sisterl' is the first expression of welcome to every new girl enterinlg Stephens in the Fall. Her Big Sister sees that homesickness is uprooted from the very beginning' and that Little Sister gets started on the right road to a fourfold life-spiritual, moral, mental, and physical. This movement known as the "Big Sister Movement" was organized by the Young VVomenfs Christian Association. This iss one Way that it endeavors to carry out its three-fold aim: . HTO b-ring young women to Christg To build young women for Christ: To send young women out for Christ? Vllhile 'still in Stephens, Y. TV. 'Cl A. lgirlst who constitute nearly one hundred per cent of the entire student body are recognized by the following standards: . l. They play fair with the rules of the school. Page 104 Irma. tl 1 .5 l .T A-.2 2. They stand for clean speech and purification of campus speech. 3. They have a high sense of honor T C In regard to class work. In regard to dormritory life. M 4. They stand for modest dress. 5. They stand against familiarity in relations with boys. They put their relations o-n a basis of oomfracleship. 6. They do not eunlgagie in questiofnnable soceisal conduct. However a long face is not charraictverifstic of a Y. VV. C. A. girl. She is a real Wide-avvakie girl taking part in all of the jolly timers' of a college career. She is ready to help her organization put across its numerous activities ofthe year. Each year the Y. XV. C A. is responsible for a number of birthday dinners, parties, and interesting pro'grams. At Christmas the annual yule-log service ist beautiful and sacred. The Y. VV. C. A. girl does not forget that there are financial -dealinlgs along with good times. She sees that the Y. W. C. A. is ab-le to put across the camrpiaign for a Student Loan Fund of S600 5 a Scholarship Funnid of S3003 and other ex- pefn-ses making up its annual budget. T Wheii the busy year is o-ver the Little Sister has developed into a Bilg Qfour- foldb Sister an-d looks forward to the next year when she may brighten the lives of the new Little Sisters. , f Y. VV. C. A. BIRTHDAYWDINNER Page 105 STUDENT ACTIVITY BOARD Page 106 STUDENT ACTIVITY BOARD The Student Activity Division is composed ofall clubs and organizations not included under social sororities, Y. W. C. A., or the Student Government Division. This division is governed by a board which is composed of one repressentative from each ofthe different clubs. The representatives are elected by their clu-bs once a yearj The officers of the Board are elected each semester so that more girls Inay be trained in ofhce holding. The board has the following duties and powers: 1. To define the aims and functions of the respective organizations. 2. To initiate a proposed program for the purpose of establishing a prec- edent for Student Actrivlities in Stephens- College. ' a. To apportio-n to each organization its part in this annual program. V b-. To .specify m-ethods for maintenance of certain standards. c. To supervise activities. A 3. To exercise intermediary control over -stud-ent organizations classed in this division, in regard to time and place of meetingsand special stunts. ' 4. To foster or reject new organizations. g ' g 5. To eestabilish a school for officers. g y Chairman ............ RACHAEL SEIFKIN Vice Chairman --- --- BESSIE GIBSON Secretary ...,, I-ELIA HAHN Treasurer - .---... -- Faculty Aclzfisei' I it teru ati oual R el a tions Athletic Association -- Seuior Class ........ Hypatia- Club .... - Phi Theta Kapjva -- Hi Beta Stepjvo --- OklCZ1'L071'lCl Club .... lllissouri Club ....... Eastern Star -- --- Shrine Club ........ Dramatic Club --- furzior Class ...... Acaoleius .......... Home Ec Club ...... Kausas Club ........ French Club ........ Sorores Aroules .... Glee Club .......... Sf6'f7I't67Z.S'0f7h'Z'Cl Staff - -- Page 107 Club RUTH DELANO M ISS WHITE ------ ----ESTHER TOBES-C ----BEssIE GIBSON ----RACHAEL SIEFKIN . ---LoIs MCCLANAHAN , ---- ----TVTARION HEMMINGS - --TMO'GENE CONRAD ----LELIA T'lAHN ----MARY LEE SIMPSON ----AI-.LENE GWINN. ----MARJoRIE TTTOSTETTER ----MARY. CONLEY HUNT ---NELLE HAMILTON ----BERTHA BROVVN ----RUTH TNTARSHALL - ---- RUTH DELANO lVTARGUERITE ALLEN GRACE TOMLINSON lX4ABEl-LE ANsLEv ---NADINE DOME T 'S T ' C A PAN HELLENIC Co UNCIL. Pyesjdemg .- --------,-- --,-,,,,.., ....... E I LINOR KELLY Vice President -- ---MARY .AI-.ICE WESTCOTT Secretary ----- A ---DOROTHY BARTER Treasurer --- ---MARY LOUISE NTELVIN 3 FLOY KLEIN DOROTHY HEGGIE I FRANCES BROWN Faeulfy Adtjisor f-g-- ------ - ----------- MRS. CALLOWAY ' The Pan Hellenic Council of Stephens College is entrusted with the privilege of fo-s-terifng andmaintaining high standards in the social life of Stephens College. Social life has been recolgnizedl by the college a.s one of the most valuable assets to an educate-d girl. This idea is partly accomplished through the soro-ritie-s. Under the guidance of Pant Hellenic Council the seven 'SIO'I'O'1"llIlCS of the College give numerous social events. The first two Sundays of the school year, afternoon "at-homes" are held to which all the girls of school are invited. This serves as a means by which the new 'girls of school may become acquainted With one another. Also it teaches the girls in the houses to become successful hostesses. At intervals during the year each sorority igives one largieentertainment for the rest of the scho-ol. The Honor Code of Stephens College was presented to the Student Body by Pan Hellenic and the sororities Working tolgether strive to maintain the highest possible citizenship in the College. Plan Hellenic also recognizes the need of a high scholastic standing and any girl who does not keep up her school work is dropped from her sorority until her work is algain brought up to standard. , In all, Pan Hellenic Council is a representative body Where the representatives of the Sororities come together to discuss the individual problems and to make common rules and regulations which shall guide the policies of the Stephens Col- lege Sororities. Page 108 -V., pawn if 0 ,S--:A+ .4 Il !l J l I! in J it l Y ll V I l A l i li l 1 v 1, Fl ll 1 I 1 4 i l 11 'I it El in 1 5 5 9 ' e E Page 109 X THE HYPATIA HEXAGON Cirgandzed Nov. 26th, 1919. MOTTO: "Let none ivzzorazzt of Geometry enter here."-Plato, 1 P1'e.s'1de1 zt ............................ Vice President ........ - .............. Secretaafy- Tvfeasmfev' Rejrorfer ........................... -- Rejweseiz mime ........................ .S'e1'gea1zt-at-a 1'ms ...................... S ju 011s01' ..........f.................. fb JEWELL, TRIPLETT NELVLE JONES GRACE TOMLINSON . VERNAT. 5VENTER LOIS BTCCLANAHAN ESTELLE BLANKENBAKER MRS. T. T. CALLOWAY Z? ,A . ' if T ' X I . , , ff f ff A A we . - . 1- - I I K --A-1 fffol I .. x f i , f ' fff AIA Ag Q 'f A . , M lkdff Q3 A 4? I A Af f' Q . I '. s, 4 . 'I ' A -L - X in - ' -il I' 'Y' '- - J TZ Y 'F ' rf Z1 f I ff R' INTERNATioNAi. mamrfows CLUB V " I INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CL UB Pyesffdmf ,---,,--,---,.,,-,,..... - PAULI NE ALEXANDER 17iCg-Pfg5ideHf -,,.,I,,,,- - -- MARY V. STANDLEY Secretary and Y'1'caAwe1f - - - - - - CHARLOTTE 'RAINEX' RejI1fesentat1'tfc ......... - - - ESTHER TOIBEY Rgpfwfer -,--,,- - --EFF'IE FERRILL Spozfzsors - - - --M1ss GENEVA DRINKWATER ' MR. J. I. GPPENHEIMER On May 4, M. Briand, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Balfour, and Mr. Kato with a grave gathering of notable dignitaries gathered aroiiiid the table of 'dissenting opinions to shape the future career of Mars and his dogs of war. ln his signal speech Mr. Hughes denounced Mars and the implements of war, incidentally- allowing Eng- land, France and japan the opportunity of learning how many of the foresaid implements they might retain and graciously promislinlg the few that America should keep. After the natural resulting surpreirse would permit speech, the war of words was tempestouis and tumultuous. At last dissention subsided and the remarkable Four Power Treaty was drawn up and the representativies departed, to their various legislativ-e bodies to have the treaty ratifiedg In such a manner was the mock VVashington conference held by the mem-bers of the International- Relations Cluzb at Stephens, the draamatization of the interna- tional question which the club? had studied during the second semester. ' The International Relations Club is a local organization affiliated with the Natibnal Institute of International Education. The purpose of the Club is Two- fold, to permit the students to -study international questions of note and to allow them to hear speakers on these subjects. During the hrst semester the organization studied the position and the im- portance of Consstantinople during the renrote past and in the late war. Syllabi on this subject were sent to the Club from headquarters of the Institute of International Relations. During the study of this strategic city the Club had the opportunity of hearing Dr. Kerner, Proifesfsor of History, Dean Miller, Pfrofessor of Latin, and Dr. Wfrench, Associate Professor of European History o-f the University of Missouri, lecture on this city and the part it has played in history, ancient and, modern. Dr. Gromer, Professor of Rural Economics in the University of Missouri, lectured on the IVashington Conference. Page110 , 5 ' 1 I Q . . M1 H 5'3 ' V 1' ' 11 ' I I 1 Y 5 X -. IJ 4 G . P' Page111 SORORES ARVALES Preszdeut ......................... Vice-Pwsidenzf ........ S ec1'ez'a1'y-T1'eIas1,c1'e1' EVELYN M CLAUGHLIN IRENE SANDERS ' ----------------BERNICE MARSH GRACE TOMLINSON R 0 15 resen fa tffzfe ..................... Sponsors ........................ ANTOINE, LUCILE AYRES, T HELMA HAAS, BERTHA HARIJER, FRANCES IRELAND, NIYRTLE LEA, NIAURINE MARSH, BERNICE ROLL MCLAUGHLIN, EVELYN NOWLIN, FANNY CDNVENBY, VIRGINIA VVELLS, lX4INNIE MRS. PEARL BEAUCHAMP MISS MARJORIE CARPENTER MISS PATIENCE HAGGARD PACE, ESTALENE REEVES, ELIZABETH RENO, VIRGINIA SANDERS, IRENE SIMMONS, 0'PAL SMITH, JEANETTE STEBBINS, HEI.EN TOMLINSON, GRACE TRIPI,'ETT, JEXVEALL VVARREN, ERMA RUTH .LT-41-.A I I I I I i I I I I I . I I I I I I 4 2 , V I CURTAIN RAISERS CLUB I , I I Pffesidem --,,,,,-.,,..,-.,...,... I ....... GRACE ECKELBERRY Vim Pwgidgnf N4 -.,,.-. I ........,....... MARY LEE SIMPSON II S8C1'6fGI7'3I --,,.-... L .... L ................. DIXIE DUNHAM T1fea51,I1'e7' --.,--,,,.-.,-.,...,..-......... BERNICE TURNER ROLL ALEXANDER, ELIZABETH HARRISON, MARGUERITE ALLEN, ETHEL HENCH, NIRA I ALLEN, IVIARGUER ITE HENDRIX, GLADYS ANSLEY, RIABELLE HENDRIX, CLEOTA AVERY, CILADYS HIBBS, ESTHER BARRETT, AGNES HOFFMAN, ANITA BAUM, GILADYS ' HOOIQEY, MAE Q BLANKENBAKER, ESTELILE HUNT, MARY CONLEY BOINDURANT, JULIA KARTE, EL FREDA BOYD, TRAVISGRACE KERR, LULU BROWN, DOROTHY LEE KING, INIYRA PENN BIULLARD, CATHERINE IQILLION, AZALIA BUFFINGTON, DOROTHY LAKE, MARY E. I BUNDY, RUTH LAMBE, HELEN I BURRIS, RUTH LEA, MALIRINE I CANOLE, FRANCES INIEFFERT, IVIARY E. CASE, ANNA NIELVIN, MARY L. CI-IENEY, DOROTI-IY BJOTLEY, DOROTHY I CLARK, RUTH IXIUEGGIE, INIARGUERITE DEVER, ROMAINE QIXVENBY, VIRGINIA DILLENBECR, HELEN PARKIN, REVA , DUNTON, IDL-XVVN SIEFKIN, RACHfXEL EVANS, GLADYS STAYTON, GOLDIE E.LLIS, RUTH SXVINDLE, IRMA FAIRES, MARY DEY TALBOT, V IOLA FRAZIER, FRANCES TYLER, JEWELL GEISSING, IRORMA TYSON, MARY 1 GRAHAM, LELIA VVESTCOTT, MARY A. GUM, JESSIE VVYATT, DOROTHY HAMMOND, RUTH XVOLFF, MYRTLE I I I--T ' A .- -I ., ,.. ,I , Klwhlenia-aiu-vs-..-aa...aJ.....:-H., 1 , .,.-,,,, I , Page 112 I 4, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I :I I 5 I I I I I I I I ART CLUB President ..4.......................... V ERA TAYLOR Vice Pvfesidem ........................ NIRA HENCII Secretary-Tv'easm'e1f --.- ............-.... AGNES GOVREAU Rejaresentavtive ..... -. ......4........... MARY ELIZABETH LAKE Sponsor .............................. NTADELINE RosE FLINT This is the Renaissance. The Dark Agevs when Art was available only for those en-ro-lled in Miss Flfint's classes are gone. Of late many of the outsiders have protested and the result was a decree llSlSL16d this past vvfinter giving every one an opportunity to ta.p those tvvo reservoirs of knowledge heretofore a vast unknown to them-the sea of Art Appreciation which is inexhaustible and the lake of craft Work Where pretty maidens live in stenciled houses and come to us mortals When- ever We thirrst for the water of their lake. You kn-ovv a certain motor company depends for its sales on its slolgan-"Ask the maan 'Who owns on-ef' Well, the Art Club could use almost thast same slolgan "Ask the Art Cluibl Folksf, just ask them about "the Blue Boyn or about "Porce- lain," or any of the other programs. Yes-that proclamation which terminated the dark ages was epochal in its importance. Page 113 GLEE CLUB - Pifesideiit ........-.................... HfXLLIE REDMAN Secretary -................ 4 ............ NIARY 'KATE lXlILES Tifeasiiifeif ....-......4................. ESTI-IER RERLOGLE Libmricizi ......................T...?.. MYRA PEN KING Director' ......... , ....... I ............. MISS ROSE MCGILVRAY' Pianist ................................ GRACE ECKLEBERRY First and second S0f77'CLl7,0S First aiiid second alzfos REDMAN, HALLIE BARNHART, ESTHER TVIILLSPAUGH, HILDA TMTYERS, DOROTHY BTERIDITH, XfELMA VVEASMER, MARJORIE SASSE, LILLIAN TRYER, AILEEN STEPHENS, N ILA ANSLEY, NIABELLE WESTCOTT, MARY ALICE RENOE, VIRGINIA EVANS, WINIFRED THORNHILL, EUNICE ACTEFFERT, MARY ELIZABETH HUGHES, ELIZABETH I M ILES, DIARY TQATE KING, TXTYRA PEN REPLOGLE, ESTIIER GRAHAM, LILA K. EIELDS, M ILDRED The Stephens College Glee Club is an organization of enthusiastic niusic loving girls selected from the student body. They bring before the public a class of music which demands universal finish and sympathetic interpretation The Club holds itself in readiness to appear at college functions and to give programs in Columbia and adjacent towns. Two public concerts are given at the college each year. Page 114 Page 115 R HOJVIE ECONOMICS CLUB Vice Presidefzt .......... --------------HELIEN, OISTNER P1'esfzIdent ........................... S6C7'6fLl7'3J and T1'eas1M'e1' Sponsoffs .............. PARSONS, LEIOLMAN DOIME, NADINE IVICNIASTER, ETHYL MARSHALL, RUTH OSTNER, HELEN MIL.LSPAIJGH, HILDA KLEIN, FLOY ALL,EN, BESSIE BOWMAN, RUBY BATES, FRANCES MAE BURNS, MARGARET BUNDY, RUTH CANDLE, FRANCES ESTES, THEL.lXIA' F RAZER, FRANCES GODVVIN, MARY LEE HOUGHTON, CHRISTINE LAKE, MARY ELIZABETH PULLINS, LUCILE REIST, NADINE RENO, VIRGINIA SALTSMAN, GRACE SCHAEPERKOETTER, LOLITA TREADWAY, MARTHA MEMBERS , -HOLMA,N PARSONS - -E-THYL MCMIXSTER -MISS JEANETTE GARRETT MRS. :HARRIET PAUL UHL, ISABELLIE WHITESIDE, JULIA RAWLINS, MARY ADAMS SIDWVELL, MARY STRANGE, LAXTERNE SHOCKEY, DORIS GOUDELOCK, VERNIE COMES,-IULIA HEIMAN, IIAZEL TOOLE, MILDRED SVVITZER, DOROTHY MELVIN, MARY LOUISE MCCOMBS, NINA BENNET, BKABEL TANDY, BTILDRED N APPER, VVINIFRED HARRISON, BLXRGUERITE IOL-LY, FRANCES GXfX'INN, ALLENE CLEMENS, BTETTIE BRETCH, EDNA TRIPLETT, JEXVETT TYSON, MARY BISHOP, ZELMA ETA PILL CHAPTER OF HI 'BETA STEPPO Founded by Elizabeth Danbury, February 26, 1916. pmfpose --------------,--,- ,,,,,--,,...... T 0 AID SUFFERING MOM, ---------,,---,,,,,,,, .,............ W ATCH'YOUR STEP Fggwgf ------,-----,,,.,,,,,,. ,..,......... Q ---CASTOR BEAN Colgys --------,M------,-,,.,.. ....,,...,.. P INK AND GREEN Spgmmf ------,,,-.,-,,,.,,,,,,,,,.. ...... M rss PENNINGTON Most High PM .,,,-..-u,................ "cAscARET',-SIMPSON "Mmfeee1e" ........................................ HARRISON Liffle Twin Capsules ..,............, "NR TABLETs',-THE B1sHoPs Big Cap3ule----, .....................E...... HASPIRINU-CONRAD Tffeagwer ...................... i'CARTERiS LITTLE LIVERU-SHINN S'eerefa1fy ........................ UHINKLE,S SPECIALH-VVARREN Pill Keeper .................-.......... 'fsALPAT1cA,'-DoUGLAss Dr, Pill ................... , ................... DR. THORNTON FULL. DOPED MEMBERS All the Seniors and anyone elsfe who is a real, 'fsure-nufu sport. Hi Beta Steppo is a mo-ck sorority, a mixture of fun, foolishness and fro-lic, which lightens the toils and carers of college life. By its snappy, jolly meetings and its enjoyable, social functions and dance-sf, it -drives away those blues, permeates joy, and adds pep to the student body. Page 116 THE KANSAS CLUB Pfeszdefnu ------ -------- -------- ---- D O R OTHY ANNE CHENEY Vzce-Pffeszdent -- ..,. ---- B YRLE BAIRD Seffefafy ---- -- .... HELEN DILLENBECK T1'easure1f -- .... HAZEL RUTHRAUFF 5l701E1S0f' -- .... MISS ANNE DOUGI-Ass Page 117 THE EASTERN STAR CLUB Pvfesidem .............................. TNTARGUERITE HAPRISQN Vice-President ...... .... B JARY SIDWELL Secretary-T1'easz11'cr -- - - - -E-ULELIA EWING Represezz ta five ...... .... A LLENE GXVINN Sponsors ..... ---MRS. CRAVENS MRS. PAUL 'THE OKLAHOMA CLUB , Pffegidgmf ,.....,....... - ............... DOROTHY LEE BROWN l717ce-President ......................-... AMY HINSON Secretary-T1'easm'e1' ..................... HELEN ROBB CLUB ROLL AIKEN, NORMA ............ Muskogee ALLEN, MAROUERITE ........... Vinita AYERS, THELMA ............ Anadarko BRADY, LOUISE ................ Tulsa BIRETCH, EDNA ........ Qklalioma City BROWN, DOROTHY LEE--Gklahoma City BRUNSON, BERNICE ......... Muskogee BUFFINGTON, IDOROTHY-CDililEll10f11lEl. City CAMPBELL, GRACE ..... -, .... P .... Tulsa CARROLL, C1-ERTIE .............. Vinita CARROLL, LELIA ............... Vinita CASE, ANNA ................... Tulsa CATRON, MARY .... COLE, LA DENA .... COOPER, WINNIE-U ------------Tulsa Ufkmulgee -------------Enid EWING, ETHEL .... --Eiuifaula EWING, EULELIA--- --Eufaula FORSTER, RUTH -----------..--. Enid GODDARD. XIEI-MA --------------- Enid GOUDELOCK, XTERNIE ---- Qklalioma City Hi-XHN, LELIA -...... -Oklahoma City Hi-XI.E, FRANCES ---------- . - HINSON, AMY ------------------ Enid PIOLLOWAY, H,-XLLIE JACKSON, BEULAH-- JOLLY, FRANCES ---- - - - Miami - - Marlow M uSkO'gee Okmulgee JOLLY, KATHERINE --------- Okmulgee JONES, HELEN ----------------- Tulsa KNIGHT, N EATHA. ------ Oklahoma City LAWSON, MAX'ME -------------- Tulsa LINDNER, MARION -------- Muskogee MILLSPAUGH, HILDA ------ -Okiniuilgee MOFB'ETT, FERN ------ Olklahoma City iVlUEGGE, EQARGUERITE -------- Lamont NATION, SYBIL ---- - I ------- Et. Gibson NELSON, ALTA ------- - - - --Okmulgeie QWENS, KATHERINE ------------ Tulsa, PARKINSON, EVIE ----------- VVag'O-nger PENN, RUTH --------------- VVa'goner PHILLIPS, A'1ILDRED -------- Okm-ulvee POSEY, VX7YNEMA--- ROBB, I'I'ELEN ------ SEAMANS, CAROLINE Z: -- - - -- Muskogee Oklahoma City Uklalioima City ST.-XNDLEY, GRi-XCE ------------ Qlkemah STUMPF, JEWELL--- TODD, PAYE -------- Qklalioma City ---- -- --Cleveland TRIPLETT, JEWEL ---------- Claremore TRIPLETT, JENVETT --------- Claremore TRYER, EI LEEN ------------ Qkmulgee TRYER, LEN ORE ------------ Ofkm ulgee XVELLS, BIINNIE ----------- Niuskogee XVILSON, LEA --------- Qklahoma City Page 118 ' ' 'cl MISSOURI CLUB President' ...... - -- PAULI NE TALLLEN Vrice-Pvfesiidemf ...... - - -FLORENCE VVQARREN Secretary- T7'6ClS7ft7'6'7' - - - - - - GRACE ToML1NsoN SPOHSO1' .......... ---Miss WHITE The Misso-uri Cluib is C as might be expectedj the largest State Club in Stephens College. For this reason in addition to the fact that the Missouri girls are at home, it plays the part of hostess to the other state clubs. Its purpose its to promote Missouiri spirit 3 to see that the Mfissouri lgirls know important points in the history and development of the State and knows the State's beauties and re- sourcesg to see that the girls from other states kn-ow these same thingsg to see that Missouri knowes Stephens College and a little of the vast amount of educa- tional, religious, and social trainfing which is accorded a studen-t at Stephens. All girls from a state not sufficiently rep-resented to form a club of its own ane invited to belong to the Missouri Club. The following is a liist of the activities of the Missouri Club during the year: 1. The Missouri Mixer, at which the old girls show their hospitality to the new girlsz. - 2. An address given by a Missourian before student asaseimbly. 3. The Missouri dinner. In -addition a certain pet project of interest to the whole school is carried ouft. The Club interests itself in 'sending news items concerninlg a studentis work back to her home town paper. Page 119 .Q ,......, a A -..E .W 1 Q...-...Q -. -sa-au.-.v fpw.-runs.:-.-.n is 5 . 1 9 Lfn LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Pregideizfe ,..T.,........... ,--ANITA EIOFFMAN V lC6-P7'6S7ld671fl6 ........... A .... N IRA HENCH Secretahfe- Teresorie re ..... 4 - - - Q -JEAN NE BRO MVN Rep1'esenta1Vz'fe ................. MARGUERITE ALLQEN R6fOl1dGllf6 ................... MADEMOISELLE MARIA TASTEVIN The 11zemlJe1's of the Stephensojvllia- Star? wish fo thank all who hafzfe in any way aided in the jrulylieatlon of fhe 1922 SlCf?lZ6llS01'?lllCl'. They hope that each one will be proud fo say that she helped to collect mafeffial for HER College Ahlmall. In flzlfwe years may it lazfilzg back many l1apj2y 'lll6l7lOl"1l6S of "those dear old college days" of 19.-22. e e Page 120 THE STEPHENSOPHIA STAFF Fagzf LJ Page 122 Page 123 PHI THETA KAPPA BETA CHAPTER ROLL ADAMS, HELEN ............................. N Orbiorne, Mo ALEXANDER, PAULINE .................. Mountain View, Mo ALLEN, NIARGUERITE ......................., ,,,Vinita, 0-kla BROWN, FRANCES .................... , ...... Charleston, Mo BROWN, JEANNE .......................... Gak Grove, Mo BULLARD, CATHERINE ......,................. Ashland, Mo CHENEY, DOROTHY .......................... Eureka, Kaus MCCLIANAHAN, LOIS ......................... Spickard, Mo DAVIS, EVA ................................ Savannah, MO ECKELBERRY, GRACE -....................... Klingston, Mo DAVIS, SYLVIA ............................. Savannah, Mo FERRIL, EFFIE .............................. Columbia, Mo FRAZER, FRANCES ............................. Hardin, Mo GIBSON, BESSIE ....... HARRISON, MARGUERITE ---------------,------King City, MO. ------------------------Ha1rdi'n., MO HARPER, FRANCES ........... I ........... EastSt. Louis, Ill. HHEMMINGS, MARION .................. Q ..... Columbia, Mo. HAAS, B-ERTHA ........L............. Montgomiery City, Mo, KEENS, QDOROTHY ............................. Sedalila, MO. LEA, M-AURINEI .......-.................. Clifton Hill, MO. MCLAUGHLIN, EVELYN .......I,. I ....... ' --KanSaS City, MO. NOEL, 0LIVIA-L ................................ Paris, MO. PARKIN, REVA ......................... F redericktown, Mo. RILEY, MARGUERITE ...................... New Mladrid, MO. ROECKER, NELL-E ........................ Council Bluffs, Ia. SMITH, JEANETTE ........................... La Belle, MO. STANDLEY, MARY V. ........................ Carrollton, MO. STUFFLEBEAN, HELEN ...................... Brookfield, MO. TAYLOR, VERA ........................... .QNlGOdCiSh3l, Kanfs. TOMLINSON, GRACE .... --------------------La Grange, MO. TRIPLETT, JEWELL ...................... --Claremore, Okla. TURNER, BIERNICE -....................... Pattonssbiu-rg, MO. WHITESIDE, JULIA ...................... Bowling Green, MO-. WILSON, LEA .....,.................. Oklahoma City, Okla. WYATT, DOROTHY ,,,.......,...T..........,. Columbia, MO. MCCLURE, HAZEL .................. I ......... Lamonte, MO. SPONSOR MISS GENEVA DRINKWATER Page 124 I I J 1 I 1-I S A In II I I I I I I I inure: wagner . I I Il I. I' I I I: . II I! I II IQ E I! fr If II I I I I I I BETA SIGMA OMICRON F Ofund-ed Decelnber 12, 1888. C 0l07'SiRL1bIjf and Pink I Flofweff-Red and Pi ETA CHAPTER ROLL ADAMS, HELEN ............................. NO1-borne, Mo BELCHER, ROSEMARY ........................ Columbia, MO, BRADFORD, FRANCES ...................-.....- Sedalia, MO, BUCKINGHAM, FRANCES ....-............. Kansas City, Mo, BURKE, CARLOTTA ........................... Mob,er1y, Mo CAMPBELL, GRACE .... I .....,.......... I ...... Tvurlsa, Okla ENGLE, MARGARET .......................... gTrenton, MO EVANS, WINNIFRED .................... Sweet Springs, Mo FOSTER, AMELIA ..-........................ Shreveport, La HALE, FRANCES ............................. IMiami, Gkla HEIMAN, HAZEL ............ ' ................ S Ialisfbtury, Mo. HUGHES, ELIZABETH ........... C ............ R icirmolnd, Mo LEUSLEY, RUTH ............................. Mobrerly, Mo Page 125 MATTHEWS, DOROTHY ..... ----------KanSaS City, MO MEFFERT,I MARY E.LIZABETH ........... I ....... Cenhralifa, M O- IVIELVIN, MARY LOUISE ....................... Trenton, MO. MILES, 'MARY KATE ..-........ L ............ Norbornfe, MO OSTNER, HELEN ........................... Charleston, Mo. PARSONS, HOLMAN ........ REEVES, ELIZABETH ............ RENOIE, VIRGINIA .............. ROBB, H-ELEN4-, ............ - SMITH, VIRGINIA ............-. ----------------g-MansIfieIl'd,,' La -- --- -- --J'CffC1'SO'1'l7 City, MO. ---------------Fulton, Mo, Oklahoma City, Okla.. Blooinield, Mo. 4 STORES, MARTHA JANE ........................ Malden, MO. SWEET, JANET' ..........................- Kansas City, MO. TURNER, BERNICE ........................ Pattonsbullif, MO-A PLEDGESI, FAYE TODD ........... Cleveland, Ckla. LUCILLE HIIGDON-L ........ Sedralia, MO. , EDITH CORDER .......... A --Corder, MO. SPONSOR: MISS V. MARIE BRADFORD I I PATRONESSES MRS. J. B. HEBERLIING MRS. I. N.. BELCHER MRS. W. B. NOWELL, I I Ifllk RO S C I I I I I I I I II I 1, 'I II I II II I I I I I 1 I I II 5 1 I II I I EI I I ,I I 'M I 1 . 5 I I H I E I I I If 1 I I v II I I --- Lf: 44 1. 3: E I II 5 I I I I I I I I I E, I I l Q 1 Page 126 Colors-ROSe and Blue ANTWEILER, CAMILLE-- DELT A RHO ALPHA CHAPTER ROLL AN SLEY, lX'1ABELL.E ..... BISHOP, ZELMA BISHOP, VELMA ........ I . Flower-Camille Rose --------------------VerSailles, MO --Springlield, MO - -- -Peculiar, MO- - -- -- Peculiar, ,MO BATES, FRANCES MAE ...S............,.,,,..,, Kahgikg, M0 BRUNSON, LORRAI NE ..............,...,,,,.,, -Nevada, MOI DEVER, ROMAINE S.......S.....,..,SE..,,,,.,, Morilton, Ia FRENCH, ALLIETAL ..........E... L ........ lXig1'tl1'1S1b'L117g, NIO, FERRIL, EFFIE .-................. . ........... Columbia, MO. FINNELL, MERLEL ............ I ....,-,....... Moberly, MO, HARBOURT, EDITH ........................ Coffeyvlille, Kaus. HOCKEY, MAE .................. .- ........... Eureka, Kaus, KLIEIN, FLOY-T ..... L ........................ Cameron, MO LAKE, iX1ARYA ELIZABETH LAMBE, H,ELEN ........ -------------------HigginSville, MO -------------------Colffleyville, Kans M OORE, EULA BELLE ................L....... Versailles, MO MINOR, 'MARTHIN LEE .................... MYERS, DOROTHY ........................ NEAL, MAXINE ........ PLIMPTON, HELEN ..... PENNY, ALBERTA ...,... Kansas City, MO ---Me1nphiS, MO ----------------------Sedalia, MO ---------------------Glenw1OOd, Ia ---------------.---L----Ki-dder,,MO RENSIIAVV, EUNICE ........................ Clarksburg, Mo RUST, ELIZABETH ............................ Del Rio, Tex STEWART, MARY ............................. --KalIOka, MO TAYLOR, X7ERA ............................ Neoclesha, Kans T OBEY, ESTHERL .............. -. ........... Texarkana, Tex, TRYER, E.ILEEN ........ ' .................. g Okniulgee, Okla TRYER, LENO-RE .......................... -0k1HL1lgC1C, Okla STRANGE, LA X7ERNE .........................- Holden, MO. UHL, LA RUE .....,........................ Calm-e-ron, MO-. UHL, ISABELLE .................-............ Cameron, MO. WARD, ANGIE ...,..-..................... Kansas City, MO. SPONSQIR -,,,,,.,..,,..,............... --MIss ROSE MECGILVRAY Page 127 'PATRO-NESSES --- MRS. W, K. BAYLESS MRS. R. R. THOMPSON MRS. ALICE CHANEY MRS. C. L. SQUIRE , ,-.. .,- ...-.vu Page 128 ETA UPSILON GAMMA Founded at Christian College, 1901. Oolms Olive Green and Gold Flower-Yellow Rose AKES, NIARY ......... ALEXANIJEIQ, DOROTHY- PI CHAPTER ROLL A --------------------------------GzLllatin, Mo. ------------------------------Cha1'leSton, Mo. BROWN, FRANCES .-..-.........-.................. --ClI2trleston, MO. COBB, HELEN ......... -----------------------------F01't Scott, Kans. COCIIRAN, NIARGARET .............................. --0113.1-leston, MO., ICOMRSI, JULIA .E..... CUNNINGHAM , HATTIE- - - ---------------------------------Seda.li2t, MO. ....-----------------------C2lTlltll61'SVlll6, Mo. ELLIOT SUE ........................................ ---OdeSSa, Mo. J Y EVANS, GLADYS ........................... ....... 7 ..... T renton, NIO, GABRERT, IQATHRYN ..............,.,...,............. Deal-born, Mo, GODDARD, VELMA LOTS ----------------------------------En1d, Okla. GOUDELOOR, YYERNIE ............................ Oklahoma City, Okla.. HAIiN, LELIA ........ I'IAMMOfND, RUTH ..... HENOII, NIRA ........ IIOFFMAN, ANITA ..... ------------------------Oklaho1na C'ity, Okla. ---------------------------Jefferson City, Mo. ---------------------------------GaliOn, Ohio ---------------------------------TrentO-n, Mo. IQEENS, DORO'1'HY-g .................................... Sledatlia, Mo. BIARSH, BERNIOE ....... .. ............................ Brookiield, Mo. MARVIN, HAZEL .................................... Kingman, Kaus. MOCLURE, HAZEL .......................i............. Lamonte, Mo. MOFL'ETT, FERN ............ A .................... O klahonia, City, Okla. MOXVLIN, FANNIE ..... ------------------------MO11tgomeIy City, Mo. PARKS, iRlUTH ......................................... Sedalia-, Mo. ROEOKER, NELLE ............ Q ........... I ......... Council Bluffs, Ia. SHOOKEY, DORIS ..-..,............................. :ClIillicothe, MO. SIMPSON, CNIARY LEE ................................ Cliarleston, Mo. SINOLAIR, KATHRYN ........... ' ................... Jefferson City, Mo. 'STUFFLEBEAN-, HEI,klN--. .............-................ Brookfield, Mo. TUCKER, V IRGINIA--4 ........................, I ......... Ripley, Tenn. TURNER., KATHRYN ...-....................... A ....... Columbia-, MO. XVILRINSON, J UDITIT ................................ Charleston, Mo. XVILSON, LEA ................................. Oklahoma City, Okla. VENTER, VERNAL ............................ Eldofrado Springs, Mo. APLEDGES MARY' OPAL NTCLENNAN .......... Marshall, Mo. ERMA RUTH WARREN ............ Sztvatnnah, Mo. GLADYS ESTES ..................... Dexter, Mo. SALLIE PARKER .............. Warrensburg, Mo. SPONSORS MISS PATIENCE HAGfGARD MISS ELIZABETH STOORTON PATRONESSES MRS. R. T. DAVIS' MRS. J. P. ITETZLER . MRS. L. E. HILL A MRS. A. VV. OKAMPSCHMIDT MRS. R. I. SIMPSON' Page 130 KAPPA DELTA PHI Founded February 19, 1921. Color-Bronze, Orchid and Straw. Fl0ZQf167'-0lTC111Cl and Sweet Pea ALPHA CHAPTER ROLL ALLEN, PAULINE .........,.-....-..,.-.,,-,.., Bethel, M0 BONDURANT, JULIA ,...,.,.,,--.--,,.,.,... Charleston, M0 CHAMBERS, JOISEPHINE ...................... Plain, N, Mex CONRAD, IMOGENE ....,...L...,,.....,....,,. Campb.e11, M0 DOME, NADINE .--.........-.....,..,......-,.. Utica, M0 ELLIS, RUTH .................. I ............. Pueblo, Colo FIELDS, 1WILDRED ........................ Lees Summit, MO GERKIN, LOIS ............................ Carbo-nfdale, Colo GREEN, ETHEL ............................ BlOOnIIf1eld, MO GILLIM, E.LEANOR .......................E.. Jonesboro, Ark HEGGIE, DOROTHY ................L......... Charleston, MO JENKINS, ESTHER ............................ Moberly, Mo LEE, EVA ................. A ................... amar, Colo LOVE, ELLEN ...-.......................... Charleston, Mo MARSHALL, RUTH ........................... Holcomb, MO 1V1AY, 11EL-EN ......................... VVillow Springs, MO NAPPER, .WINIFRED ......................... Holcomb, Mo NATION, SYBIL .......................... Ft. Gi-blson, Gkla OMERHOLTZER, GRACE ............................ Leon, Ia PAINTER, JENNIE V. ........................ Maywood, MO PAYNE, VIRGINIA ..I............................. Cairo, 111 REDMAN, HAI..LIE ........I..............I...I Kennett, Mo SAND-ERS, IRENE ............................. Shelfbdna, MO SANDERS, MARGARET -..................-. Breckenridge, MO SI-IOPE, AILfEEN ........... ' ................. No-rborne, M0 SIMMONS, QPAL .............................. Atlanta, MO- STEBBINS, HELEN ...................... Q ...... Albion, M0 STERLING, FLORENCE ........................-. Sedalia, M0 THORNHILLI, EUNICE ....................... Q--HOI1den, MO TOMLINSON, GRACE ........................ La Grange, M0 A SPONSOR MISS BTARJORIE CARPENTER PATRONESSES MRS, C. M. SNEED MRS. J. D. GILASPY MRS. VV. I. HETZLER Page 131 f Page 132 SIGMA IOTA CI-II Founded in Alexandria, Louisiana, 1903. Colors-Purple and Gold. Flowey Vlolet RTA CHAPTER ROLL LLXLEXANDER, ELIZABETH ............-...,. ,-,,.---,,-- --u- 1 1 31-is, M0 ALLEN, BESS ................ I .............. ---Mountain G1-Ove, M0 BRADY, LOUISE ..................-.. ,.,,,., 4 ,-------H-- T 111531, Okla. Page 133 BRETCH, EDNA ..... BRUNSOQN, BERNICE- CARROLL, GER-TIE--- CARROLL, LEILA .... CHENEY, DOROTHY-- DUNHAM, DIXIE ........-..,. HIBRS, ESTHER ..... ECKELBERRY, GRACE Oklahoma. City, Olila. ..----IB1'0CtOI1, N. Y. --------Vinita, Okla. --------Vinita, Okla. - - - - - - -Eureka, Kaus ------EaSt St. Louis, Ill ---------------S1nitl1la11d, Ky ELSON, LOUISE ..................-...,........ GRAHAM, LILA ..... - - - - - - -Ki11g'StOn, MO - - - - - -UniOnVille, Mo' - - - -CoH'eyville, Kans GRAHAM , LEILA .................................. Frederioktown, Mo GREMP, DONNA ..... HALL, SYDNEY ..... -------,--DixOn, MO - - - - - -Lancasterg Mo HARPER, FRANCES .......... '-L ......... I ......... East St. Louis, Ill HULL, MARY ...................................... We-St Plains, Mo JAOOBS, LORENE .................................... Atchison, Klaus JONES, HELEN ........ Lg ........................ Independence, Kans IQARTE, EL FREDA-- IQELLY, ELINOR .... ----,----DeSotO, MO - - - - LAtohiSon, Kaus KERR, LULU ......................... , ................. Ozark, Mo. LAWVSON, IVIAYME ..................... 1 ................ Tulsa, Okla. LINDNER, MARION ........... L ................ Oklahoma Oity, Okla. LICIWAHON, IXIAXINE .................................... Waukee, Ia. MILLSPAUGH, fHILDA ................................ Okmulgee, Okla NIOTLEY, DOROTHY .............................. Bowling Green, MQ NOEL, OLIVIA ............................................ Paris, Mo. PARKIN, IQEVA .................................. Fredericktown, Mo. PHILLIPS, NIILDRED .................................. Okmulgee, Oklu. PHILLIPS, UDOIIPHA ................................. '---01inzton, MO. SIEFKIN, XRIACHAEL ................................. -Wichita Kans- THOMAS, FRIEDA ..............................-. East St. L0uiS, Ill. SPONSOR MISS ELIZABETH OAKES A , PATRONESSES ' MISS PEARL IWIITCHELL - MRS. P. D. PRATHER MRS. BABB MRS.v BELLE KIRKRRIDE MRS. JONAS XJILES Page 134 THETA TAU EPSILGN Founded February 20, 1921. Colors-Pink, Green, and Yellow. A Flower-Oplielia Rose. Page 135 ALPHA CHAPTER ROLL AMERY, XVINIFRED .... --------..-------..---..-----------NOTl701'1l6, MO BENNETT, lllABEL ...................... 4 -.............. Moberly, Mo BIGELOXV, MARGARET ................ - - - BURRIS, RUTH ....... Springfield, MO. K ---------------------------------LinneuS, MO COLLIER, KATHLEEN ................................ Ash Grove, Mo FRANKLIN, LETTIE .............................. Appleton City, Mo GIBSON, BESSIE .................................... king City, Mo GIESSING, NOIIMA ................................. Farmington, Mo HOSTETTER, BIARJORIE ......... L ................... Wellsville, Kans HUNT, MARY CONLEY ................................ Columbia, Mo IRELAND, ll'IYRTLE ............................ Colorado S rings Colo P A I BIUEGGE, lVfARGUERI'Il-I ................................. Lamont, Okla NIYNATT, MARJORIE .............................. lxansaas City, Mo OXVNBEY, VIRGINIIX ................................ Springdale, Ark RAINEY, CHARLOTTE ......................... .- ...... King City, Mo REAXVIS, MARGARET ..... .- ........................ Jefferson City, Mo RUTHRAUFF, HAZEI, ................................ Coffeyville, Kaus 5 I , 1, , . . SMITH, MARY RUTH .................................... Urich, Mo. SWITZER, DOROTHY ......... -. ......................... Kingston, Mo. TANDY, MIIDRIED ....................-...L........... Columbia, Mo. TOOMAY, HARRIET .................................... Braynier, Mo. TRIMRLE, CORDELIA ................................. Chillicothe, MO. TYLER, J EVVELL ...................................... Columbia, Mo. WESTOOTT, MfARY ALICE .............................. Columbia, Mo. WHITESIDE., JULIA ............ . ...... 4 .......,... Bowling Green, Mo., VVEIGLE, FRANCES ............................ Colorado Springs, Colo. WILLIAMS, AILENE .................................. Dlearborn, Mo. PLEDGES: STEPHENS, N'ILA-, ................... Elgin, Okla. VAN NOY, IQATHRYN HENDRIX, CLEOTA ............ BICCLANAI-IAN LOIS- ............. J Fort Morgan, Colo. Cowgill, MO. Spiokard, MO. SPONSORS: MISS GLADYS PENNINGTON MISS GRACE JOHNSON PATRONESSES: MRS. ROY IVAN JOHNSON MRS. F. A. TANDY MRS. A. L. WESTCOTT MRS. L. L. HUNT l 1 fl Ls I 1 5 1 a f I 1 F . lu sf S K li 2 3? ,. -P1 9 I ,fm S 15 l l 5 SE ll li 1 I I 'r ll ll 4 is ll il l I 'K l Page 136 ZETA MU EPSILON Founded at Stephens College, 1921. Colors-Violet aud Silver Flower l-ulac Page 137 ALPHA CHAPTER ROLL ALLEN, ETHEL ..... BARTER, DOROTHY .... BAU M, CJILADYS ......... BROWN, REBA LEE ..... BUNDY, N-IARY RUTH-- - CANDLE, MARY FRANCES .... CANOLIE, SUE M. ....... - DILLENBECK, HELEN--- DUSTON,, HELEN-U --- EASTES, TIIELMA--- GUM, JESSIE V.--- HANSON, LULU ------ HEMMINGS, MARION--- KIL.LION, AZALIA ------- MITCHELI-, -ELIZABETH- - MCCOME, NINA VESTA ------------ MCCOMBS, HAZEL ----- NISBETH, NIERWYN ----- PULLINS, LUCILLE -------- RAWLINS, MARY ADAMS - - - ---------- Rochepo-rt, REIST, NADI NE ---------- ROWLAND, PRICE ------ SALTSMAN, GRACE L.--- SIDWELL, MARY ----- -- STAYTON, GOLDIE- - -' -----------Adrian, .- ...---- Qdlessra, MO -----El Dorado, Kaus l-,168.VC11WOI'tl'1, Kaus ---Clifton, Hsill, MO --------Drexel, MO -------Fayette, MO- --------Fayeftte, MO - - - - El Dorado, Kaus - - - Kiugstou, MO - .----- Arehi-e, MO ----West Plains, MO ----------Laclede, MO --------Hillsboro, Ia ----Ma1'shf1eld,. MO -------Rolcheport, MO --- ------ Butler, MO ----Adriau, MO ----Bevier, MO -----Nevada, MO MO MO -----Beviler, MO -----Steelville, MO -- ---- Charlezstou, MO ----------A1'chie, MO TOOLE, lWILDRED ---------------- ---- B loomfleld, MO VVALTERS, MARY MARGARETQ ------ ---Columlbiaz, MO SPONSOR MISS JEANETTE G'ARRETT A PATRONESSES MRS. MARY VV. TNUCKER MRS. H. S. VVALTERS . . 851' 35nd PARTY GIVEN BY GAMMAS IN GYMNASIUM 1 TN .5 ,Q V 5 x ,H i X X L X i mg X ,fm . f qi Q1 W ,Sm ' , 4Alkwff' J . ,EL V X ,ff I' 4"' N fm M A Xxwfl 5! fffk 'f Nv 1 wx j x f lu 'V I N It : R X x s 0- Y. ' ' ff I I .i X x I' I I U5 ,2 Qgb Q - I 'll r A X P D A K ENS THVIE.L Ti DBITS ui. 1 I I'-A fm' '-1 1 4 35x ASLI gg. .:' V4-.' ' 47' . -M "MQ-4M rf kid Afhfwng , 9 3... ni Q ,K qw- if fxvi, ' f,.:. Q .fr Q.: fr-f ,. 'Jn .5 AT' gf.. 1 ' . x, vru 1, , ,Q-1' - 5. "-l'1'f ., ' ,I 'lv' .v "'.. , r f , f -15 4 Sf.- y.a,,,, ,V . ,mi . ii? Y' 15- .7. ',..g4 , Q' .V ., 55 'D .. . 'ff' Q , 1 i , ' nf' ' f " L - gg. A 1 a If Q V 'R w :-pf if . R v A , 1 1 ,..f 4 9.1 Q. ,Y . ' . li an L , .1 A J., , , 1 -. x - vs v - v , L 4.- 4. ' i .-w ,R FOREWORD FOR JOKE SECTION For the benefit of all future joke editors we, the joke editors of 9? reouect that all jokes be lzauded lu our tissue paper so every one can see through them Better Page 141 , T ODE TO TEACHERS Here's to :the teacher who grades with an "E", That is the one we seldom see. Here's to -the teacher who grades with an "S", But they are few, we must confess. Then herels to the teacher who grades with an "M There seems to be quite a few of them, And here's to the teacher who grades with an "I", We often' get that grade and canlt see why. 9? J Herels even to the teacher who grades with an HF", Vllhen werget that grade, say, donlt we feel Hleftn? - late than never-unless you're lgoing to vespers. i When you re-ceiveia -call-down for something youlve And you're called to the office about it, Do you walk bravely in, with a smile on your face? VV' ell, maybe you do, but I doubt it. When yQu're walking -down Broadway, eating some W'ith a wonderful sweetness about it, Do you keep right on eating if the Dean passes by? VV'ell, maybe you do, but I doubt it. When the teacher gives a test and you fail, And Lou can do nothinlg about it, Can you truthfully say that you've studied hard? Well, maybe so-, but I doubt it. Oh give a thought to the editors, VV ho have burned the midnight oil, To please you all, before you start To criticize their toil. done candy ODE TO1 A MATH EXAM QNOTE: The author had the grippe at the time.j V Cosine and tangent, cotanlgent, abiscissa, Dance like leaves through my sneeze shattered head. Square root of a2 plus b2 plufs c2, Gibber and .grin in the questions Iive read. Self centered circles and polar coordinates, Triangles twisted and o'ctag'on's' wild, I Loci whoserweirdness defies all description, Mountains of zeros all carefully piled. T r I once knew a girl Wlio- Waals so modest That she wouldn't Even do A Improper fractions. An Ideal Teacher Wotild Have: Dr. Dudleyis brain Miss Burra1l's enthusiasm Miss Penninigtonf s personality Miss johnson's pep Miss Kingsted's oratorical powers D'ean Qppenhleimefs laugh Prof. Gaun-tlettis niusli-cal ability. ? Can you imagine: Stephens without P'1WGSl'd1C11T Wood Deanery without Miss Dudley Sunday Schoo-l without Miss Burrall Post Oflilce without Miss Kyd Inhrmary without Miss Douglass Library witihout Mrs. Beauchamp Miss Pennington without a date Frances and Kelly without each other Grace Eckelberry without a pile of books La Vera Perkins without her violin Ai Hottentot with four legs Stephens without the 'KStephensophi-a." Page 142 I 'NW GUM: --Q I SAME GIRL ---.. My Falofw AWERNQON ANV sATuRoAv Avrsmvoow -is 5 X if a N" Nj I I P 7 I ., f ' ff',,fff ll f , I vie' 'J M I l X V ,ri f WM M J 9 , 'D.:.ee?NS I Page 143 Once I had a little bird, His song the sweetest ever heard. He is gone. Some eat got him. Once I had a pet White mouse, He was great, wxiggling, seampering little mouse. .He is ate. Some cat got him. Once I had a lovely beau, Had a bus, lots of cash to spend you know. I could cuss. Some cat got him. U Page 144 i 1 M ' -'se ,Q,,fly,J ...a f -Q I fxx to - T I 7 1 75" qi , S .. ft! A Q i fm' f 1 f ' Gy ,MXX p l ' 1 l T' t ,E .. l if Q Q, E ? A T A f f , , , if X ,,,, e L-'lflflJL' li - f' . 7 ' 9 ,lg Ja, xi if , - 3 THE FIRE ALARM ' A bell rang. There was a hurried patter of feet, a few whispered words and all was quiet. i if A ' A b-eautgiful girl, lyin.g in peaceful slumber, awoke with a start. "Goodness," she exclaimed between yawns, "can that be the seven o'clock bell PU She got up and walked over to the -window. She looked out into utter darkness. She stood there a moment, a perplexed frown wrinkling her bro-w. 'fQh! I'Ve got it!" she cried, "it's the fir-e alarm l" i Hurriedly she snapped on the electric light, and snatched a towel from the rack. Then she ran out in the hall slamming the door behind her. Pressiing the towel against, her forehead with one hand, and clutichingthe folds of her bathrobe with the other, she ran swiftly through the corridor and down the steps to the hrst floor. Everything was still and calm. She heard nothing but the tickin'g of the clock. Ch! where could everyone be? She glanced at the clock. It was five minutes aften ten! I A , E Then sfudd-enly she realized that the bell she had heard was the "lights out" bell. She remembered that aft nine olclock she had been sleepy, so she had turned out her light and gone to bed. NOTE: Th-e above actually happened, but for various reasons the name of the heroin-e is withheld, Page 145 .. l ,f',fff5m,,,,,, H - . ,fgggg we z Serif, rf xundw Send ll' xwnclntn 2 .4 Clean Sfofjf Doingf Dry Cleaning that is the best Of the k:ind to stand the test.. Really old clothes brought in here, Ne-wi we make them just appear. Cleaning to chase dirt away, Let us prov-e this fact to-day. Qld clothes always are made new, Now in a way j uist to pleause- you. Expert service done on time, Your cloth-es are cleaned sublime. Lfadies', gents, we re-new your clothes, Auld in the way experts knows. Up-to-date facilities, too, Nowl to make your old clothes new. Da.inty work is done the best, Really right your clothes. are pressed. Yes, we help to do your bit. Clothes we clean makes you feel fit. Qur pho-ne is one, one, six. We please best of all. - Igifiij- L., To fh W . 15731 ,,, fo ih SBDC, If' I ' fy'-isdn! Send lf' I xmsdnr 0 2 uuuunuuulnuumllvlu: Page 146 FROM DAY TO DAY SEPTEMBER 12th. At last! Here I am in College. Ast Shakespeare or some other modern au- thor says, "The day has come :and vvventf' To my list of UVV hat I have to be thankful for" I am going to add that I am thankful I had a Big Sister to meet Q Elllh BSB me at the train. Q UBIG SISTERSU SEPTEMBER 13th. Something tells me that my feet got the vvorst of it to-day. The only explana- tion necessary is that today was Registration Day. SEPTEMBER 15th. It's a great life-if you donit forget to check off. If you do fonget to, it's a call-down. Classes bergan today. I haven't received any cuts y:et. V SEPTEMBER 18th. I I didn't kno-vv' I co-uld enjoy a Sunday School class as mu'ch as I enjoyed the Burrall Class. MHTSS Burrall certainly is a live Wire. SEPTEMBER 26th. Did We eat W-ith knivres? And did W-e look pretty with our twenty-six pig- tails? Well, just ask any of the old pills, who enjolyablly spent their time paddling us. Yes, you guessed rilght. It was Hi Beta Steppo night. y SEPTEMBER 27th. We were all invited out to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stephens in honor of their golden anniversary. All the girls who had not met Mr. and Mrs. Stephens before immediately fell in love with them. Everything vvas beautiful. Each girl carried away a piece of the Wedding Cake. Page 147 sk ,,, , . . ,, yr I I1 PH Irfw MPP! ll 'X 1 Pizotography That Please In Correct Frames Studio, BY WESLEY BLACKMORZE Phone 35 ,..,. i. -un 15.4.--4-3 f-ffffgv Page 148 -- -1 hi-1-taxa: F ROM DAY TO DAY QContinuedj OCTOBER Oth. Speakin'g of barbecues! For Once in my life, I had.all I could possibly eat. Wfas the barbecue a big success? just ask any of the girls who had their plates reinrforced three Or four times. CThey Wont be hard to finclj All the dormi- tories and sororitiefs had an opportunity to' dislplay their dramatical abilities. In other words, they perform-ed stunts. FE X I x 1 BARBECUE . OCTOBER 13th. - ' The Y. VV. C. R.ecOg'nitiOn Se-rvicei was beautiful. The O-ld girls stood around the auditorium holding lighted candles While the new girls went urp on the stagie, lit their small Candles at the larger O-ne and thenisigned the pledge. I think I have never seen a more impressive YT. VV. C. A. service. A . OCTOBER 20th. Hello Day! Everyone Wore a happy smile and the niost popular word was "Hello" NOVEMBER 3rd, The play about the victrola and the French maid. DO you remember, 4'Tres beausw and 'KBOn jour PM NOVEMBER Oth to 9th. November Oth will be a lonlg re-meimtbered day, for Mfrs. Montgomery and D-r. Mullins came to Stephens. They Were' only with us? three days, but they won the love and respect of every Stephens girl. Page 149 I I ' vxl ,f f 4 l fl we ' Q 1 -.r X-Q.. For MOTHERS, BE FAIR! In your love for your daulghter you send her apparel from home. It is a bit out of step with the ultra fads the College Girl heart moist loves. Let her keep in sftep with the other girls by buying her suzit and other apparel in Columbia where the stores provide just the thingsthe girls most Want. I You will also save money by so doinlg, for the coist of doing rbuisines-se is much lower here. W'on't you trust your diaughter's apparel Wants to us this Fall? 576 SHOES of THE COLLEGE TYPE SSIPWBR .i Semi us your mail orders. Page 150 FRQM DAY TG DAY CContinuedj NOVEMBER 12th. Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Qklahonia! The yelling comes from the red and white float, which belongs to the Oklahoma Club of Stephenzs. The parade- Was on Home-Cofining Day, just before the O. U.-M. U. football game. 4""":- c v r 9 . - NOVEMBER 14th. The night of the barniyard party. The Kappas igave it and the "Quad" or- chestra played. 'Nuff said. ' NOVEMBER 19th. Another iinpfortant date. H. Augustine Smith clame to Stephens. We learned that pieces like "My Man" andi "I Aint Nobody's Darlin' i' W'eren't the only so-ngs that should :ble sung with pep and Nspfitze-rinkt1u'm." NOVEMBER 25th. Turkey, crafnberryesauce, ice cream, 'nieverything good. Fifteen for the Newtons! R . ,S Xxxxxx . fi' X ' . 5- .X i Q Xxx! 'G J c DECEMBER 3rd. Junior jollie:s:! They beat the Ziegfield Follies by a nmile or two. DECEMBER 16th. All aboard! For points North, East, Sou-th, and West of Columbia, Mo. Page 151 An Established Institution for More Than Ten Years j1MM1E's COLLEGE INN ' 1 i I l Une of the Finest CO11'fCC'ClO11C'I'lC'S' in the State of Missouri Fine Home Made Candies, Fancy Dishes and Lunches 916 Broadway Seyfyjgg 699 Qualify College Inn Page 152 C F RCM DAY T0 DAY QContinuedj JANUARY 3rd.' Wfeyve had three weeks o-f vacation. YVe've come back to rules and refgulations. JANUARY Zlst. A A This was the night of the A. A. Carnival. Fortune teller, a slide, red lemon- ade, 'n,everything, even a carnival Queen. JANUARY Zflthto 26th. C The Baptist Conference was held here from th-ei 24th to the 26th. It was a wonderful opportunlity for us to hear some of our great religious leaders speak. JANUARY 30th. Lila Graham. made a big hit, at the Stephens Girls' party for University girls of the Burrall class, by iimpersonating Miss Burrall. FEBRUARY 6th. . A A Sipringis come! How- can We tell Ph Why all the girls dolled up in their organdies an-d Went to the Sigma dance. Everyone had a perfectly supergonflip- eroptious time. A - A A FEBRUARY llth. . , I The Gypsy Rover was the HI-lit of the Seaisionf, FEBRUARY 13th. I We believe in flowers to the living, so Gammafs, here's yours! You're right there on giving dances. . FEBRUARY 22nd. Thrills and ,heart throlbs! A vacation all day lonlg to- celesb-raite George VV ash- ington's birthday. , MARCIT 17th. St. Patls Day. Everyone tried to look green., but it Wasn't much trouble. Y. VV. C. A. gave a birthday dinner. Sham-rocks and everything. MARCH 18th. . "Flu" epidemic and quarantine. All dates were entertained in the auditorium and gymnasium. . A MARCH 23rd. "Rotary Club" entertained by Mr. VVood. Stephens girls enjoyed a treat Qin both -senses of the Wordj TXTARCH 27th. Pep l! Yes everybody. Basket-ball game, Kappals and Thetals. Score 10-8, in favor of Kappays, w'h-o claim championship and loving cup. Page 153 A. BUCHROEDER Jeweler Stephens College Jewelry a Specialty Cordova Leather-Novelties-Jewelry and Diamonds 1015 Broadway - - Phone. 704 Green W' e do Watch and fewehfy Repairing I .. ' ll ' D' If ,-f""'f A if - ILLINERY I .,.j?2g21a1fQf"15' X Eejixb' 1 l 1 Su ltable for l fb Q f ' X Every Occas1on K lf. THE VOGUE SHOPPE 18 S. Ninth St. MISS BYARS Telephone 716 ummmlfllllllllllnllllun.- Page 154 FRQM DAY TO DAY QContinuedj APRIL lst. April Fool! All of Mr. Oppvenheiinens classes fooled us and Went to Jeffer- son City. But, oh, how that fountain fool-ed "OppieH when it sent its sprav down his clean white collar 1 ' .7illfq yi I jlil-lx U lb O .MR QPPENHEIMER L APRIL 3rd. Hi Beta Steppo initiation. We are all old pills now. APRIL 12th. It's election day. We might know' it would ra-in. APRILZISY. University closes. Boo-hoo! APRIL 22nd. 1' at Dates are scare at Stephens. I Wonder if we can find three girls to go to the show P b ' APRIL 24th. Faculty Take-Off. The faculty see themselves as others see th-eni. MAY Znd. Our last month. Biringion thle diplomas. CQNTINUED IN l923 STEPHENSOPHIA. Page 155 Page 156 v1v1D MEMORIES Tj or YOUR GOL. f 'ff r -K LEGE DAYS. y X A handsome big I Q i - Stephens O 0 l l e g e tl X .. , Memory B 0 ok de f -J " A g luxe has just been X ' produced at the Hugh X ' xx! ' Stephens plant, Where , I ' college printing is an r - A art. I W R- I It 's easy to save X --'-M-' - ' 'A mementos in this con- W veniently arranged ' J Memory Book-and how you will enjoy them in the years to come! College days are golden days-days of joyous youth. Preserve their memory! The Kraft Built embossed and illum- inated cover Will catch your fancy. And it 's built for endurance, too. You'll like the big pages for auto- graphs, snapshots, dance programs, clip- pings, posters and mementos of all col- lege affairs-all in loose leaf form, easy to remove or add ipages. The roomy Put-It-Here ,Envelope is handy for keeping material until you're ready to paste it in the book. See the sample copy of this book in Columbia Hall. Place your order today. Q7jio'lImiu STEPHENS PRESS A JEFl4lERS0N CITY, 1510- lvuuululllunInulullnxllllmlmvuwmlmmmIninummumminimum: mxlmvrum: CONSOLIDATED THEATRES KARSTETER and Nlfoons, Mgrs. I Operating the HALL AND COLUMBIA THEATREs Presenting the Best in Motion Piletures at All Times Wfe Appreciate Yom' Pafrofmgc lllmluulmvm Page157 il 1 l I .F ,il .ll ii 1: ji li 1 1, ls it 1 Q, 44. ll lx if 5 VT if li 1 v 19 lx .fl if 'Q z, 5 iQ if 'H 1 ,,, fx 5 'll U 1,1 lf, 'n ,. ll il ill 'QP 6 13 -14 ear :li 5? il if i Q ,: A ii g j 2 A 1 Y fi ii fi lf ii? is 5 it 35 it I i El il A flu al fs 1? .5 li E ,j 1 sl ll fl 1 1- 1.1 l if . if 9 li .1 lr ,i .M- l 5 Page 158 MR. JOHNSON : "Girls, I am dismissing you ten minutes ear ly Please go out quietly so as not to wake the other classes." Duty--- ,-,- Satislied--- - Because --- -- Deibater - - - - - Date --- -- Drinking Fountains Teacher --.- s Dough Nut--- - DE.F1N1T1o-Ns That which we expect from others --Obsolete The inevitable excuse. A full lipped individual who has nothing to sax l ut says it so well that he gains vociferous applause An arrangement at a meeting betnecn two people having nothing to do and vvishi'ng to do it together Ornaments in the hall, used for drinking purposes not for ,shower baths. W Slave driver and advocate, of perusal of books A class or club treasurer. VERNIE GOUDELOCK: 'fDid you hear Mr. Wvoiod read mv name on the Phi Theta Kappa list PM ESTHER HIBBS Qexcitedlyj : "VVhy, no!" VERN115: "Neither did If' D-onlt study when you're tired Or have s-ornething else to dog Dont study wheniyoulre happy, For that vvould make you blue. Don't study in the day time And donft study in the night, But study at all other times VV ith all your main and might. STEP: I've learned lots of thinlgs from these m.ental tests Une thinff Ive learned is that a Hottento-t has four legs. HEN: I've learned that a Ford has an air-cooled 61101116 that the pluial of solo is duet, and that there is such a thing as a Pongee Dance HELENE: VV e sold some more full-page ads today. Mlss DRINKVVATER: Hot Dog! Page 159 1 I BOONE COUNTY COAL CO. Dealers in BEST BOONE 'COUNTY COAL Promjait Service Correct Weights I llll llllullllllllllllll lllll Follow us to the Drug Shop for your Prescriptions, Toilet Ar- ticles and Kodak Supplies and Kodak Finishing. Rapid Service W. C. KNIGHT, Prop. Phone 302 R U 4 ' LOOKING EOR A HOMIE IN COLUMBIA? ' See SMITH AND CATRON REALTY CO. 200 Exvchanlge National Bank Building I I ROSS-KINLOCK HAT SHOP Dear Girls :- We extend to you an invitation to visit us and select that summer time hat that will be ideal for sport, dress, motor- ing and 'college Wear. Lovingly rXUNT ALICE 81 INABEL nllullxllllllnllll Page 160 SHOES and 'HOSIERY CURLING IRONS ,SMOOTHING IRONS JOHN L. PLATT Electric Shop 17 S. 9th St. Phone 829 BOUDQIR LAMPS ELECTRIC GRILLS Page 161 Page 162 Phones "Two Seven Oh" f NXADKET " 1 Q! Broadway Between Ninth and Tenth WHEN WE GET IT-WE GET IT OUT speed. A Considering the peed on this l ind of jobs fwe have clone the quality of the work is invariably surpiising to our patrons. J. GUY MCQUTTTY "Quick Printer" QUALITY SERVICE Cop RTESY ' mzuu1.nuluum Page 163 Wie realize that it is often neees sary for a Hirm to get printinlcr done quickly. NV e do not believe that in the ease of the rush orclei it is neees sary to sacrifice GOOD printing for MERMOD, JACCARD AND KING Exclusive Jewelers SAINT LOUIs, MO. Manufacturers of Eunlbllems, Class Pins and Rings, lnvitatiolnzs, Diplomas, PrO'grams and Stationery. Official jewelers and Manufacturers for the followng fraternities and sororities : Alpha Sigma Pi Theta Aslpha Chi Hi Gamma Delta Theta Sigma Phi Sigma Thetla Sigma Phi lRhO Omega Kappa Phi Theta Kappa Pi Lambda Sigma Phi Kappa Mu Epsilon Kappa Phi Nu Mu Sigma Rho Kappa Delta Phi Kappa Cl1i Sigma Kappa Gamma Gamma Delta Lambda Alpha Mu Kappa Tau Alpha Delta Chapter Gamma Tau Gamma Chi Chi Omega Pi Delta Tau Gamma Chi Lambda Sigma Sigma Tau Gamma Alpha Mu Mu Phi Lambda Epsilon IfV1fite for informaition and samjiles. QINCORPORATEDQ. CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS PURE FRUIT COFFEES TEAS PURE FRUIT JAMS GROCERS SPECIALTIES IELLIES 229 lXTORTH STATE STREET CHICAGO Catering' to Colleges, F'raternitiefs, Sororities, Clubs -and Cafeterias. Represented by C. W. GILBERG Page 164 A TRAGEDY IN THREE ACT S. ACT I A gate, two lovers, a father mad, The hour is late, two hearts are glad ACT H A dog, a growl, a rip, a tear, a Cry, A sigh and then a swear. ACT III A gate, no lovers, a father glad, The hour is late, two hearts are sad. BIORALZ If it took two hours to- say good-night, It served him right if the dog did biiteg What would happen if : Proetors forgot to give Call-downs, Dates all lgot in on time, Vernie Goudeloek' forgot how to be Clever, Everyone should he Campuised the same week-end, Lila Graham lost her pep, ' Qlivia Noel Couldn't play the piano, Iewtel Stumpf didn't have a date, M. U. wasn't in.Columbia?? Some of the above mentioned should find out the author of this? MR. JOHNSON! There are twfo natural magnets. MR. OPPTENHEIMER: What are they? MR. j'oHNsoN: Blondes and Brunettes. If an education refine-s people, why is a College Course? TMTARY RUTH SMITH Ctryingl to eut some Hshj: Girls. I C3111 SCCH1 to manipulate this lelg. HALLIE REDBTAN Cafter a biasfket ball gamej : The hardest thing about that game was the floor. Page 165 IininuvnrinmmInnnnmmmuulunuxlruxnm Hunnius wmmmmInInnznunInuninnnulmmmmm:nuummnnm HETZLER'S MARKET Makers of Old Log Cabin Hams, Old Boone County Farm Sau- sages, VVl1ite Clover Lard and Honeysuckle Breakfast Bacon, Real Mince Meat, Crisp Potato Chips: and Home Made Salads. 1 l l U 5-41 O -2 Q' if EDD ' G N ki C O S2 9 E OJ f-1 PQ E g B CYS L' E S 'E PN E m la U .E in -if E Cd if :zz H S 'Ei cs G2 LD 2 -fab 3 O C ,.1l 2 2 ., io OJ M i l E LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE It is made from a receipt which dat-es back to the old slave days in Missouri, and is the inost delicate blen-dinv of inoredients known to the connoiswseur of the sausage 1naker's art. C 6 Y0u'll ind them on the best tables of the land lXlAIL O'RDERS SOLICITED COLUMBIA, MO, Page166 .H iq-v af Wvq-Y Q a...A , .. ,Hamm 'HL si A I I 1 - . 1 . L, -V A ,. ,M 'W' -f-A Wk- ...,...,- ..,-..-,, ' 1 Tumlnlullullmnll Page 167 PAR ONS SISTERS BEAUTY PARLOR I CURL SHAMPOO MANICURE SOIQIL WATER TOILETQARTICLES 4 1005 Broadway Columbia, Mo. ' ' '-'fzmii 5 dvi? 1235188 slrfrnb Page 168i FRED ENDA LL'S DEPARTMENT STORE 716 BRoADWAY 718 I When replenishingyour Wardrobe you will Want to know Where to find' the best. I Your favorite make of garment and accessories can be found here in our spacious Department Store, the home of nationally advertised .goods-. -of the highest grades. R A li 2 Gossard Corsets E Treo Elastic Girdles' 2 De Bevoise Brassiers - r R. 81 G.'BlH11CT Corsets Peggy Pailge Dfresrses 2 Colleigie Princes Dresses 5 Mitchell Silk, Costumes s Eine Tailored Suits Centemeri Kid Gloves Q Jack Tar Togs S Minerva Yarns Q Sunfasit Draperies 'Philippine Underwear , VVayne Silk Hosiieryl Van Raalte Hosiery Carters Underwear Vanity Fair Silk Underwear Follfmer Cloglg Umbrellas Q Van Raalte Veils Maderia Linens VVhit-e-Wvykoff Stationery japanese Rag Rugs Pyralin lvoiry Articles' Balheris Trunks Sz Bags Mariniello Toilet Articles V ' Beauty Aidrs' for Every Need Tiillliiuliuiuuiuuuuiiu Page 169 PHoNE 85 S i i 'I is E l vi ,i li l i 1 . P il 1 a l i l E 1 l s i Q 3 l i il 3 if i K i li l ii il l 3 1 vi l i l Q 5 -was EEEEEEEEEEEEE HARRIS GOODNESS In sandwiches, salads and other Hxinis for spreads, in Dinners in comfortable Booths, in delicious fountain confections after the matinee, and in Harris Made candies has helped each of you enjoy the year at Stephens. HARRIS' Perfection in Coufeczfion. MILLARD Sc S1ssoN xmnvvr I-uemnuuumm Page 170 !!!W'ATCH YOUR STEP!!! We saw a very pathetic sight the other day, it happened in the hall of the third fioor of the Conservatory. A very studious young girl was goinlg hurriedly through the crowd, with both arms loaded with brooks and a rwlorried expression on her face. It was nearing time for class and her destination was. two floors below. Suddenly she stopped so abruptly that we did not think that she had time to halt. Her Worried expression changed to one of blankness. Moving one foot forward, she made an effort to go on, but it iwas useless. Finally, summoninig all her strength, she made a Vito-- lent effort and dislodged herself from the position in whrichishe had been secured. She had been glued fast to the floor by a large wad of discarded 'gum. NOTE: Rewlard offered by Virginia Shinn for any knowledge of who lost her gum. I V Jokeusf of teachers oft remind us We can mak-e our grades fsublime, If we will only burst with laughter, At the designated time. Miss JOHNSON! "Gladys, are you ready fo-r your next period ?" r Mrss PENNINGTON: "VVell, I certainly am? Mrss JOHNSON : "What is your next period ?" Miss PENNINGTON: HLUNCHY' O'ily to bed, Oily to rise, I-s, the fate Of a man When an auto he buys. As cold as the heart of a jilting maid, Or a flurry of drifting snow, Or the arctic lair of the po-lar bear, Or the tailor you chance to owe, Or the friend who borrowed a ten last week, Or the gleam of a priceless gem! Oh! colder than these, by forty degrees, ls the floor at six A. M. Here's to the dining room, when you're hungry, Your own room when youire mad, A check from home when you're busted, And the Office when you're brad. Page 171 A e extend to the students and faculty of Stephens College the courtesies of this r 'store devoted to supplying the needs of students and everything needed in a College Education, in every purchase presenting mer- chandise of the highest order of merit charac- teristic of the store. Especial attention is directed to store accom- modations, free Writing desks, parcel post sta- tion, mail service, free student directories and many other conveniences Which make shop- ping here pleasant as Well as prohtable. We have a complete line of Stephens College Jewelry. This is ver sity Campus M1S50U1'1 ! 5 1 L+ ,,,.,,..,,,t.i,-,,ee,.,.- . .1 E vi' " ' 'www f- -. r , . Y W, ' H , i ! -. WH .N - . , A . MJ . 1 1 J 1 . -, , - -f.,...f..f -.......-. I 5 . 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N r ,, , 41'-. 1 1 gr ff- .kzamsuuuu '1l.L,f wi." 'rd'IJ.Y!!'n.5i "fx 'W ' "" "- Page 174 UALITY in all our printing is a hobby with us. We specialize in fraternity letter- heads, crests, dance pro- grams, engraved cards, in- vitations, and news letters. Pamphlets and programs are carefully printed and designed in keeping With the subject with which they deal. No matter What your printing needs are We are always glad to confer With you and to give you the best in service and Workman- ship. g Herald--Statesman Publishing Company Ojiczkzl Przkzfcrs 219 Me Umrxerszly of Zllzksozfrz' urlnuiiniuuunnuiui1mlinInuIunmnummmulmminlmulIninummniInninunin:innmulmmumnmuu CALIFO BRAND FOODS Are Packed in Containers for the Home as Well as Schools and Colleges Ask Your Grocer 1 FRUITS PRESERVES VEGETABLES JELLY ASPARAGUS. PICKLES A DRIELD FRUIT OLIVES THE COAST PRODUCTS .COMPANY ST. LoU1s, Mo. Established 1902 SID CONDICT SEDALIA, Mo. Wliolesaleri and Inilporter of China, Glass and Dinnerware. Factory Distributor of Co+ll1elge, Institution, Hotel and Restaurant Supplies. Wlien interested in supplies, write, telephone or telegraph at my expense to arrange a date with my special representative who will call on you and quote our lowest prices, terms, etc. ulInlmmlrxlvmulllnl Page 176 IT PARSONS STUDIO Good Taste and Skilled Cmftsmonshiio in Photography I 1inrlmlmlmmlunm:InruunInInnmnn.numm::mn . mulmm uma: nuIwInrmmunnwnIunmmlmlulllmu He led her to the altar, 'tlwlas merely tit for tat 5 He led her to the altar, she led him after that. FRANCES EIALIEZ "Wl1y do they have knots in the ocean instead of miles ?" ALIELIA FOSTER: "Well, they couldn't have the ocean tide without any knots' JUNIOR: "Seniors are not what they used to be." SENIOR : "What did they used to be P" JUNIOR: "Juniors, of course." GRACE ECKELBERRY: HA,ren,t you going to study for that exam tomorrow? You know genius SlO'1'I1C'lLl'1'1'1rClS' wins, but hard work always does." ' LORENE JACOBS: "That's all right, Illl take a chance on genius, she sits next to me." ---j- iMiAXINE NEAL: "You eat well." EILEEN TRYER: "Yes, I've practised all my lifef' MARGARET CRAIG Cto the jew-eller who had just fixed her watchj : "Thank you." QI-Ialf way out of the storej "Oh, how much was it ?,' ,,,1.i-l..........l. 4'Failed in Histo-ry, flunked in lVIath,', I heard her' softly hiss, "I'd like to see the guy that said 'Ignorance is hllisslf' Page 177 7 mm ' "1 FN v ,P Nplvgleev X66 -'ha ' 0? it H 1- gf IE H93 ,7 jg M fi ,f'i'l ' M f l Y mm. "' f""""""""""v w ""'::-ff-" TI-IE PLACE TO SHOP OUR STORE affords all the opportunity of the cityfwith a large selection of pretty nifty Ready to Wear and Millinery. Your favorite Hosiery, Corsets and Undergarments are also here. We specialize in Bischop and Printzess Suits and Coats, Gold Stripe and Onyx Hosiery, La Camille Corsets, Dove Under- muslins, Kaysar Silk Undergar- ments. WCLF F -BERG CC. Y Zig Uf , '- Q 1 Q as W C 17 , - ' , of i 441 0 0 .mn if fe ll f 4 , .. zu:-in w mn max- mu.w.v:u wuenwwmumvu-mzumzm 'umm uummw in 1- mum mmm u 1' wmmwzmmw,,.,f.,r.n1vw-vm . tw rw 1 rummi Page 178 If you are particular and prefer the bent CALL STRENG'S DISTINCTIVE PASTRIES 1010 BROADVVAY You will jimi the best GROCERIES AT ' NOWELL'S W HoLEsoME BRAND COLUMBIA, Mo. .ummm Inunmumnnnmu LADIES, TAILQR IZVERY GIRL that comes to Stephens College will be de- lighted with the work We clo. Ladies Tailoring an-cl Dressinaking. Ylour. Absolute Satisfaction is Our Guarantee. VV e take pleasure in doing all work for Stephens College Girls. Olnly Ladies' Tailor between St. Louis and Kansas City. I. WOLFSON PIIoNE 834 h'lILLER BLDG. Page 180 Gifts That Last R. D. WORRELL JEWELRY CO. 119-121 S. JEFFERSON ST. lX4EXICO, MO. The Fraternity Jewelers Of the Central West. Class, Club and Fraternity Pins, Skins, Banners, Sta- tionery and Novelties. Special designs created and made' to Ordver. WRITE FOR CATALOG COLLEGE NEWS Compliments Is pnolisfzeaf ytrst in the Of COLUMBIA JOHN SEXTON E99 CO. EVENING E MISSOURIAN WHOLESALE GROCERS Chicagb The big daily of Boone Eli1Inlllullllnlllnxlnlmlu Page 181 Connty. FURNITURE RUSS PARKER'S 16.NO'RTIi IOTH ST. PHONE 53 The Home of Quality EDISONS QUEENSWARE llllllllllllllllllnn DAVIS Sc WATSON COAL COMPANY FRAN KLIN COUNTY I I ILLINOIS A COAL 10 ASH ST. OPPOSITE XNABASH DEPOT Page 187 -JI--Lwza.. ...,,...-.,, . ,.. WI.,-,,.-.,.-.-if .Lv-- , mlllnnllll ETT Osfume Bl use and Hat S op Exquisite and unexpect- ed modes, charming in- dlividuality and jaunty piquancy characterizeour Well tailored creations. PASTEURIZED MILK . ESKIMO P1Es CULTURED BUTTERMILK Home of Pasteurizea' Dairy Products WHITE EAGLE DAIRY COMPANY PHONE 360 CREAMERY BUTTER WHIPPED CREAM HFROZEN GOLD" I CE CREAM " lllmlnlnlllllml Page 183 Page 184 umnumI1-1muuuxunulmvnxllx eumuul 1 , . u mu nuulummummummItlummluunuunlu'unmuInummnltaInunlunmunmuulm lelquummmlux mumunnuunmmmm,,,,,,,,,,,, BOONE COUNTY . NATIONAL BANK ' Established 1857 Resources .... I S2 009 O00 Capital and Surplusr ..... . . , 3 400000 R. B. PRICE, President' mlnmulllmullun'nlllllllllllnnllulluI When you 'visit Columbia STGP AT THE DANIEE BOONE TAVERN A COLUMBIA, MQ. 100 FIRE-PROOF ROOMS nllumlmnlmlmluuulxmmmu GIRLS Our delicat-essen has everything for the lunch in your room. At our Cafeteria we serve everything but Bacteria. O-ur pie nts any fad. MCALLISTER,S NIARKET, DELICATESSEN Eff CAFETERIA EnnnlInImmlnnvlnllmumlunlulnInannumunInumunIn1unlummulnummumunumu .u.,lmv.m unnumunulmummun'numnluunlmmuugnuxnlllu nuInuanvmnumnunmmnnwunuInmyuuuumumymu Page 185 GRADUATION GIFTS AND COLLEGE JEWELRY Special Orders fm' Sovfority fewelvfy HEN N IN GERS 813 BROADWAY Berry Wholesale Grocery Co. COlumbia'S Leading Wholesale Grocer and Poultry Company TAYLOR MUSIC CO. COLUMBIA-MOBERLY-MEXICO Home Of the Chielzering Pianos SHEET MUSIC BRUNSXVICKS VICTROLAS ,, PIANOS 8z PLAYERS PECK DRUG CO. Wfhere you get your newspaper DRUGS NEWS JEWELRY Complete Line Of all Powders Rouges and Toilet Requfisitles Page 186 F Or Easy Baking Use HEI'BEL'S H-PFLOURI W For Satisfactsiosu Use PHARMACY E RED RING POULTRY FEEDS AND BOONE COUNTY MILLING FOUNTAIN - COMPANY PHONE 9 Huuuuununnunnnnnununnunn This is an infvitation to 'visit BRASELTONS - COLUMBIA, MO. 719 E. BROADWAY THEEFINEST S-HOB S-TOIRE IN OLD MISSOURI Styles up to the M mute QUALITY THE BEST PRICES TO SUIT ALL EXCHANGE GILMAN Sc DORSEY NATIONAL FOR DRUGS AND TOILET BANK ARTICLES COLUMBIA MISSOURI phone 49 914 Broadway HHHUHHHHHUHHHHHHHHHHHHI Page 187 H HHHHHHHHHH, uuununuuuunuunnnnununl HHUHUUH ' I I 3 H A P 188 A HALF CENTURY OE Successful busin ess developmenlandthirlu uears of specialization in college annuals is our guarantee of su- perior service. E. W. STEPHENS PUBLISHING COMPANY P Columbia, Missouri ' I llll Ill I .S. SO ERVILLE 81 CO PA Y General Insurance Boone County National Bank Building ll I IIIIII IIIIII IIII II I I II III IIIII FIII III IIIIIII II IIII III I IIII III II IIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII I Gotham Silk Stripe Hosiery Black Call Silk Hosiery I Munsiingwear La Fayette Gloves ' Virginia Gloves S el ' L Ti o- ' E The Store of 5Tandard Merchandise- E abara ai Z S 4. H H E N - N 5 P Q " FTW f oilovels Bridal White Goods In Nainsooks-Long Cloths, Batistes, Dimitiies, etc. I IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILIIIIIIIIIIIIII III II II IIII II Warner Corsets Paul jones Middies Dynama Water- proof M olines I IlxIllluumllllnllllllunl- Page 190 1 z 1 ff am .A f. ingmfuarrf-wal fram- mmnrueeas-sfw' . swap.,-:nf ww- 4 w--'nw-14,1 E 5 1 Q T 5 1 The best time of the year has just come to pass, We neither have to nio-w the snow nor yet to 'shovel grass, - "The world's all wrong," said Miss Drinkwater as she eanie across a poorly drawn niap. i Mr. Roy Brown, otherwise "Chick," and his date entered Columbia Hall parlors. ANOTHER GIRL Caddressing her dateb : "ls that .fChicki Brown ?" p HER DATE: "I don"t know. I'-ni color b-lindf, - CHILHOOD DAYS-Mrs. Siinptsonlsi class in Playground Supervision, I know a giddy girlie Who dresses like a whiz. And though her mind's not oft made up, The rest of her sure is. "Laff everytime you .prheel tickled and 'laff once in a while enyhowf' HELEN STUEELEBEAN: 'fHattie, l just couldnitiimagine how you would look with your hair bobbedf' HATTIE CUNNINGHAM : "Neither could I. That's why I cut itf, !7 Miss DUDLEY: Louise, who was Milton? LOUISE BRADY: "Milton was a poet who wrote 'Paradise Lost' 5 then his wife died and he wrote, 'Paradise Regained'.', PM Mlss GARRETT: "Did you wash that fish before your baked it. LILA GRAHAM: UNO, what is the use, if it has ,lived in the water all itis lifef' Mary had, a little pup. He stood upon his front legs, VVhen she held his hind ones up. Page 191 F I 6 Q ll E S i 5 Qi 1 Q2 I 1 l ll it ll it I I ill ii, l l Q S li 1, li it l r if I 3 C fi 3 it Q 2 ,, 'I il Q it ,x 1 i 1.61-: 3, I ul i t 2 f Es I ,F l E I S I S l 2 l i 3 l i Q 5 l P l 1 1 8 i 7 3 LEVY'S HQUALIT Y FGOTVVEARM The House of Courtesy 806 BROADXVAY SHOES Finest Makes in Latest Styles First by LEVY H OSI ER Y - Van Raalte Exquisite Glove Silk lllllllllllllll American Lady Coffee Will put the smile in Good Morning ' AND American Lady Brand of Canned Fruit and Vegetables will put the Smile in the Rest ofthe Day Haas-Lieber Grocery Co MEXICO, M1ssoUR1. llllllnllllll xllxllnllxllnllllllllllllll Page 192 PSCOTTE 'nlnlnllulllulmlllllxlnl Page 193 BOOK SHOP BOOKS, STATIONERY AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 920 Broadway b BRANHAM'S WEARING APPAREL POR VVOMEN AND NIISSES Broa.dway and Tenth COLUMBIA PLUMBING AND HEATING Co. Our Mottgog Ejjiciency and Service H. C. MALO, Proprietor 15 N. STH ST. I PHONE 906 Why are,Step-hens College Girls Like Our Groceries? . Because they are HJUST RIGHT" THE A,MES-JAMES GROCERY Co. St. Louis, Mo. Page 194 Ilnlulxl llillllllllllllxllxlIllII1IlxIxllllllllllllulllulxlllIllxllllxllllllllllllllllullllll C. H. G E E R Y NINTH STREET JEWELER COLUMBIA, MO. VANITY FAIR Shoes Sh,ined, Hats Cleaned and Blocked, Hats and Shoes Dyed, Gloves Cleaned. PHONE 356-RED NINTH ST. DAVIS Sc ARMSTRONG Page 195 .ll llllllllllllllil LIVERY BARN FOR RIDING HORSES Phone 640 TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. lulmlllllm ull HIGH CLASS DRESSMARING SEWING FOR COLLEGE GIRLS Only Latest Styles Used MRS. G. W. KETCHUM Phone 1373 911 Locust Street THE CENTRAL DAIRY YV ho H115 your orders day or nigh And has it done exactly right To every onels supreme delight? THE CENTRAL DAIRY. Columbia, . - Mo. I I I Ill In lllll Young Ladz'es! Please remeinher-VVIe carry the most varied assortment of Gift China in town. Also Fresh Fruits and Lunch Goods tioo. ROBERT ROGERS 9 NORTH 9TH STREET nlImmnnmmnunnuuumrumulnuumxuuunum:mmImumunuxumumnu DR. VIRGIL BLAKEMORE CPTOMETRIST Exchange Bank Bldg. COLUMBIA, Mo. lxlllmlll llnlxlllxlllulxlmlml BOONE COUNTY TRUSFCJNMPANY CAPITAL Sz SURPLUS 3300000 We invite accounts Of new residents and students as well as from home people. W. A. BRIGHT, Pres. ALEX. BRADFORD, JR., Vice-Pres. S. C. HUNT, Vice-Pres. S. F. CONLEY, SeC'y E. F. RUETHER, Treas. S. M. BRIGHT, Ass't SeC'y RESOURCES 32,000,000 TAVERN DRUG-SHOP In the Daniel BOOn.e Tavern The Home of VVAGNER's ICE CREAM AND CHOCOLATE SHOP CHOCOLATES Phone 419 HICITTYH LIGHTNER V EfXRL IQING IIIIlullllllllllllllllllm- Page 196 nnlllmnux ,mmm H "Say Ir 7th 81 Broadway For Chic Styles in Millinery and Art Needle Work 1 See MRS, HEss 1011 Broadway W. J. PALMER WALL PAPER 81 D'ECORATIONS virginia Building Columbia, Mo. BOSWELL'S DRY Goons Es? 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