Stephens College - Stephensophia Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

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I n A The Stan , ' , ' DE D lCAl3ll0lll i To those unselfish girls who so bravely and willingly sacrificecl their Personal comfort that Sielahens College might go forward To ihe gym girls and those who lived three in aroom This hooli 15 respectfully cleclicaiecl by the Slephensophia Stag QA 'f tEl!l Editor in Chief Bernice Turner Assistant Editor y A lvlary Pflflntyre Business lvlanager Minnie Means A ssi stant Business lvlanager Grace Craig Associate Editors A A i Dorothy Hammond ' t Vaughn Davis s , P ldaloelle Seitz Art Editor f Gretchen Fischer Assistant Art Editor Ida Blanche lVlcCarroll Associate Art Editor Dorothy Keens Humor Editor , Justine Moore Assistant Humor Editor I t . Dorothy lfhtappen burger Sha I3 shot Editor . Madge Threlkeld Assistant Snapshot Editor Sara Grimes Librarian Pauline Stoner , wt fxf Illfffq IBMOAE x Feeulfiy Classes DGPHFTWQHTS e Qrgenizeffiens HLIIIHQT- Q44-11' ' .gf e14:'+,ff"f'5-'QQIPSMQY 5 ff I .5 g' 3151" - Jfwk W . 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A l..-5.x-'iffy . :ff A J v'ff.j Xml .N 9 ,..Y. 31.1, fn gay., -s , v- -'-K' -u-, fu, ,MVA Ax-. ff -2,-7 iw, N ai- I- ,fu -1 7 . - ' I A., 'K ' 'AA 5 - P L 1 ' l. . .1 - ,4 ,mr ,, gr" V' f 2 ,. q . . . .L K. ,1 45 f 'Q , 144- x , ,f .flvf.., .1 5 dt. H Au wx ,"'+ .a AIU' '+A 45 su J. ' ,X 1 A P 1 I EW .... -,,m-.m,-m,f- Q? if M if ' .GMES 2? .J 4 1 YE yn.. M.. M.....Wf,.S..,. BOARD OF CURATORS Top row-G. VV. ZHATCHER, I. T. M. JOHNSTON, R. L. SMITH. Second row-JOHN T. MORRIS, J. J. BROVVN, MRS. J. H. ROELEE, J. N. TAYLOR. Tllix-d 1-0W-W, K. BAYLESS, CHARLES P. SENTER, W. P. EVANS, J. E. THORNTON Bottom row-VV. M. FITCH, MRS. E. S. PILLSBURY, E. W. STEPHENS, President Page 19 - -. .,..,,,.-.,.-Yf. -A-: .,,, -H-vwrmmwfl..-,-::1'2'1f:'vm..:1a-r:'f'g:,-z:"::r'w""- '.-.LL::-ft1:- ':".,"'.-.ff1"""-'WS' ' 1' -T - -p.-v4z,.Nirf1,...,.-f.-w ,v-Q.--. -- -1 1 . - A. ., ,Rf 'S "' 'mmm-fn,s:r.1-xr:1xf.ux-1:':uwx-:ww:fm-EE-.rin -ig:-gh: :v-fgnmefrf-r::-1,1-:2mzf"" ff? Yi iq A. T A 'Q fx .4 is I wi. 1 'Q q 'T El 5 4 if 'E 1? J S? ii 'a .L fi E F 1 T Ti H QQ wx I, .1 '. 7 F . V . ET ' N . H " w . L :I 1 J V Nlf u . 5 . .! , .Qi X A , A,!,x, .... , , f - 1 , ,f:i',.. ATT, , A , , ' Hr.-4,',q:,-.,':.'w' H V .YQ ,,.,, 1 u 11,4 . LL-'-'L ,F JAMES MADISON WOOD, A. M. President age 20 I ,--wO. WL 3 v IE Y A,Y, X t, K OE a Ni I ,. A we A f A. A ,.,....--. v1f,,,s,,gf.1. . rl Thi., ,,. i iff, up ff, mg, A fi, 4, L1 I, g5,i,,,fW,M A "N ' li JAMES MADISON WOOD Behind any rapid growth or unusual progress, there must be a momentum either from circumstances or from personality. In the case of Stephens College, the vital force has been from one man, Presidentilames Madison Wood. James Madison Wood was born in Hartville, Mo., in 1875. He received his early education in local schools and upon finishing his high school course attended the State Normal School at Warrensburg, Mo. Later he studied in Missouri Uni- versity, receiving the degrees B. A. and B. S. in Ed. He took his Master's degree at Columbia University. In 1912 he came to Stephens College as president. The school at that time consisted of the three central buildings, Main Hall, the audi- torium and the conservatory, and numbered about 50 pupils. The history of Stephens College in the next ten years presents the story not only of the phenomenal growth of a tiny school to one of the largest women's col- leges in the country, but also miarks the beginning of a new type of education for women in the United States. President Wood has made Stephens College what it is today, almost as literally as though he had taken a handful of dustand fashioned from it a type of education and the school wherein to develop it. In the ten years that he has been here the enrollment has increased to 550. He has built VVood, Columbia and South dormitories and Science Hall, and purchasedthe library and the Price estate. The swimming pool and dining room have been added to the old buildings, they have also been completely refurnished. The faculty has increased ten times in number, and their salaries have been increased five-fold. Mr. Wood has established the Department of Research, which is contributing so much to the solution of national educational problems, and secured as director of this department Dr. VV. VV. Charters of the Carnegie Institute of Technology. After a long search he has brought Miss Jessie Allen Burrall to lead the religious life of Stephens College as he wished it to bei carried out, from the standpoint of broad minded practical Christianity for young women. . The reasons for the fulfillment of his ideals are found entirely within his per- sonality. T en years ago he set up for himself the ideal. With remarkable foresight and clearness of vision he has built steadily towards the goal. Nor is the Stephens of today only the ideal he set up when he first began. It is rather the school he would have visualized could he have seen the trend that education was to take. President 'Wood is an original thinker in problems of education. He has taken the first two years of a woman's college life, and made from it a type of education not to be found in a university nor a four year women's college. As president of the American Association of Junior Colleges, heis able to give the results of his work and experiences in Stephens to similar institutions throughout the country. All who have come in contact with Mr. Wood, either as a student, faculty member, edu- cator or merely as an acquaintance, realize that his success is due to his enthusiasm, which he- imparts to everyone with whom he works, his kindliness, his ability to read and understand human nature, his clear vision, and above all to the fact that he is first and always a true friend. Page 21 --- f- M' ' A "'-W-W-vw--fqgg-gggzarevgzg-.5-WY'-----A -f f' - -- --- -, v....,...--. .:,..-,,,v. , ,,,,,,m- ,. .-............ .M A ..r..,-...-......,,a... ,.,,......,.,, . .,, ..r..., - ..,-.-,g1.:'r: .z:'::-..--'--r.'.....M":'p.""'1.:z':'.""..al. .f,qg-5913:--uuzn, L. ,. 1 lg' T 1 ' v 13 K. 5 N2 z w 5 Pam' 22 MRS. JAMES M. YVOOD, B. S. -... ..Q.-,:,..- , . ' ----'---------'-,-----.--,...-.....,...,Y,,,,i.,,,,,,-F At-an -1-A i-N-Y W Y wmqs Q - N. J A s , 4 I ? U U yi PJ Q-I i 31 fi A 31 ii H :E Ei -ti 12 52 5. ui W A E1 V G fi Qi 1 ,A A 1.3 '1 ,. P! FU vi ,, U af ,E 3 '4 51 W Q E 5 E ra Hx F , w is J E if W 5 ri W 1 1 ,L qv ia' 5 ,fl 131 I, f. Ji Page A I I I'IELEN ANDERSON THEODOSIA T. CAL1.owAY, M Instructor in Fine Arts Professor of Mathematics MRS. PEARL BEAUCHAMP, A. B. J. W. DIEFENDORF. A. M. Reference Librarian , Instructor in Education A VERNA BRADFORD, A. B. LOUISE DUDLEY, PH. D. Instructor in Biological Sciences Professor of English U JESSIE L. BURRALL, A. B. JANE ENLOE Director of Religious Education Assistant in Foods A U s 5 Page 24 1 fi "" "" ""t'M'f t - A --W, .. ..a...v-. ...,.. .-.. . J. O. EPPRIGHT, A. M. Instructor in Education WALTER ESSMAN, A. M. Instructor in Social Sciences KATHERINE FARRRH, A. M Instructor in Voice JEANETTE GARRETT, B. S. Instructor in Foods. MAYME B. GIESSING Instructor in Piano DELOS COLE JOHNS, A. B. Instructor in History KENNETH M. LANDERS, B. S. Instructor in Physical Geography EVELYN LARSON, B. S. Instructor in Clothing I age 25 Linsruzsmf-W 'Mn :TT-,M -W Q ivnf www - W - '-wr y" Y ' H ' . ?Y , 'fi3fii f-A "Ali-171 A will-l-Q44-22 if- ' " ' B BBBBBB B ' 5 I P y . 'MILDRED NORTHRUP, A. M. 'LAURA ANITA SEARCY, A. M. Instructor in Social Sciences. Instructor in English LAURA MERYL SIMPSON, B. S. Instructor in Physical Education ELIZABETH B. OAKES, A. M. Instructor in English ' ELIZABETH STOCKTON, A. B. Instructor in Spanish GLADYS PENNINGTON, A. B. Instructor in Religious Education MOLLIE G' WHITE, A. M. Instructor in Chemistry RUTH RUSK, A. HAZEL WHITMAN, B. S. Instructor in Plzyszology Instructor in Physical Education I Page 26 ' I L--Q-A-,...u.m..-..am,,,,.,,,,,-tmmagmwumgg A g J W gg YI A ' A' I " " 3 5 f99U' A ,,,A,,,,,..:..gi:.l,5 i j. ',., ,vn u 1. V tw ' A W V W 2g 4 31?-4 N " I :. 'msc m'T'mw RUTH BOGART, B. LE Catalog Librarian MRS. C. A. CHAPMAN Head of House ELIZABETH COURTNEY flxszstant Se eretary ANNE DOUGLAS, R. N. Resident Nurse ADMINISTRATIVE STELLA HAGAN Bursar MRS ELLA HOIT Matron JESSIE KYD Postmzstress , EMMA JENS Exchange Operator A Page 27 L I -:TGI A I J rv I MI II Y' lZLn?T7.'II.21il.l'TZY-7? T' I ' Y"'I"'--i '-:"'1-1' Tfr " V- 'M ,, f S-H - -' A T . , T22 -A 4 xi 1' wha- "U" 'A' """x"'W' "A EW--W-W'-'MAN-M A--1 'VVS .,"'f.A,.1' 9:11 RV 1. -Agfa' -1: .'.'::wzmf:wfz-..c'5.taf4'::z',:.1:,rwE:1z.E L .4.,. T., VT- . ..M ,..-. .,4m,.,,,Y , 1 ,PMA Tub 1 r 1 MJ. e A A f . ' " ' LL.- 1- A--A-4-s ,,..........W....--Lv... HENRY 'LAKE CASSIE THORNTON H. Superintendent of Grounds S. WALTER Chaperone E Secretary FRANK R. ANTOINE Instructor in Reed Instruments LEMAN E. ATHERTON, A. B. Instructor in Wind Instruments ELINOR BEACH Instructor in Voice HELEN BRELOS Instructor in Voice F I MARJORIE CARPENTER, A. M. Instructor in Latin GENEVA DRTNKWATER, A. B. I ' Professor of History MAMIE ERICKSON Instructor in Piano UTH B. GOODSMITH, B. MUS. A Instructor in Music ,- Q CONSTANCE G. GRAHAM ' Instructor in Piano ROY IVAN JOHNSON, A. M. Professor of English Composition ELBERTA KAGY Instructor in Violin HELEN KINGSTEAD, A. B. Instructor in Oratory Page 28 LLL L ---LL ,LL W JEss1E HUME MCCORMACKQ A. B. Instructor in Public Speaking MRS. G. F. NARDIN, B. S. Instructor in Secretarial Subjects JOHN L. NIERMAN, M. Instructor 'in Chemistry EULALIE PAPE, M. A. Instructor in French GRACE R. PYLE, B. S. Instructor in Education MRS. M. B. RITCHIE, B. S. Assistant in Clothing HELEN GRANT WALKER, PH. D. Instructor in History JUNE WARDER, A. B. Instructor in English MARIANNE WHTTAKERQ A. B. Professor. of French MRS. J. W. HARDIN Assistant Nurse FRANK NEWTON Stefward MRS. FRANK NEWTON Dining Room Superfvisor ,.. M! N A u f.,, VN 1 y . ' ' au2N1.Al lgmizlfgm.15315MRTU"WjQfD' w Igfyfwwv X W '1f 'W !9nQ1rxQ'1k,IfQ:y.wqkauii il f .,- 'V -HW ww W -I 35' AIR- iw! HW Nl ' T w!! xyxw MI wa wr A ln InElnXiWNx'xMm:r6 if QLH1FJ'T11 A 1 hlfmmt'"j'R'l 1mL' in 1 mv ffT 1 ff " l m WP! Wfwwggw K-1'xxKxiwMvik fwffjl, Mun' L X X MAW Yiafl i jim Nt Afs i!Vlf5f1 'Yu921'1-5-lm q'xW1f5fY511'f3"1mXm V W Nt H 'v V-"V MNH I ,lv IYIQWHAVQHLXKQ,limi-i:U,:Tlm ilyiyuv Mm t l u 'Wi - ,Q?g 'Q:ivgN1IW'1 f' 1fgl W m ,, + 4 ' t nm ' iw mi::'awf,'!'1!5-'lf,,fyijglim-i 'j K. E - .ju MFA fi .1-X! 4 RW''ififwiiw W Q. 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E 'fx--...,., K V m.fmwi: 'M-55'i!h , . v,..f-...........-,1---........,,-,...,..s.mc.,..A-a.-.--w.. 93?".:Jt2!2TPP15'.i9xz:.?:'!a'sx'u.1Sfz:L1-1'n1n'n"ra1 !:f.zf1'11'4:g.1'.r::x::f.nZi22:m:i?.iz:-it-' N Zilgzil 1: Quai, . fs.:-.:2i.. rm gs, fr.-41 fg.,:gjQ f..r.p:i,1Liss1.:1L. 1i:,:::1s'.'2.-171.1133 ffl? i??qlMf1,?i 'J 3131 Q Lf 2125 ,Qi-EQ f if s .-...r .... ..,.A f ...- 'H' Q , k,,-,,,,-... .M -... 4-WW-N 1 A , REPLOGLE GOUDELOCK REEVES STERLING SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prggidgnt ---- -.-.,.. - --VERNIE GOUDELOCK Vigg Prggidgnt --- ---,,-.,. ELIZABETH REEVES Secretary --,, ,--,- - ,-..... ---ESTHER REPLOGLE Treasurer -, -m--,--, ..,........ - FLORENCE STERLING Spgnggr -U ,,,- .,-. ..... M 1 ss GLADYS PENNINGTON The Seniors of 1923 have been able to realize thoseuaims which as Juniors they adopted. Through their faith and loyalty they have helped to make the Stephens' Ideals a very vital part of the life of every girl on the campus. They have practiced and helped others to practice the Honor System. They have seen the Greater Steph- cns grow under their very eyes, and as the contractors and builders laid the bricks and hewed the stones that were to make. Greater Stephens a reality in material sense, the girls of the Class of '23 have been daily laying the bricks of loyalty and care- fully hewing the stones of accomplishment that will build a monument to Stephens in the lives and hearts of its daughters. The class has its athletic stars of whom it may boastg it has its girls who have helped to make it a famous class by their work in dramatics. lts girls have learned the secret of co-operation and thus have been eminently successful in student activi- ties of every nature. Our greatest boast, however, is of Our Class, every member of which has helped to make it all it isg and the Success which is ours-the greater Success which is sure to be ours-is the accomplishment of the Seniors who have sought to leave a Road of the Loving 'Heart behind them when they have passed through the gates of graduation. Page 52 ..iv.z...'z1wi,. anflisllsx H.: rf... ' 'Ji 315.1 -if .,.-:'sm:Zrar,a:::'F"1v.,.,,.'1':::.:.122:. 1.1. I 5 ., 7 ! r , . 3 4" 7 3 , . J . , 3 I V , - HELEN B. ADAMS L Norborne Mo. Y. W. C. A. Missouri Club Home Econom- icsClub,CI19K B20 DOROTHY ALEXANDER 410 E. Commercial, Charleston, Mo. Glee Club, Missouri Club, H T T. ELIZABETH ALEXANDER Paris Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Glee Club, Missouri Club Y. W. C. A., Pan Hellenic Council, Z I X. BESSE ALLEN oz Maple Ave Mountain Grove, Mo. Home Economics Club MlSSOUfi Club East- ern Star Club 2 I X ETHEL ALLEN 104 E Chestnut St. Odessa Mo. International Relations Junior League of Women Voters Missouri Club Sorores Ar- va es 5 M E LUCIIE ANTOINE 6 College Columbia Mo. Sorores Arvales Hypatia Hexagon Missouri Club. 4 CAMILLE ANTWEILER Versailles Mo. Missouri Club Y W. C. A. Junior League of VVomen Voters CID 9 K A P A. ROBERTA BALDRIDGE Laredo Mo. Missouri Club Hi Beta Steppo Y. W. C A. CP O K. FRANCES MAE BATES, ' Mayland, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., A P A. GLADYS BAUM, 126 Spence St., Leavenworth, Kan. A. A., Kansas Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. A., Hockey Team, Z M E. Page 33 y J 1 7 I Y r Q y r , . ' 1 9 1 ' r : s y , y Q . ' 1 v ' : rw-fammmcnfewmvwwmin 2,,,,.,-- . H. ' i- .351--eva 4 "N ' is '-'1 - 1 if ,-: ,,.. .L, 4 'VI E 'E 'lif 4, ., , ,,. .., .., - pq:-a wma:-war.Empszamsszssssftwaixwxvfvzrzmffs,-ezr--,wawffifg gQ5xTs5f." ', fl f 1.1 1 Q Q Q ', n , ' 1 5 f2" l"T'E'R'm"!"""'iE"' ' im PM , Q -- "'fS'4.::, , ., .' . '. I ' .,' .1 1 ' " 4-Awww 4' fe-'-'V'-V' F- --'- "em" """ N ii A MM- Q I I -PM M Mvmwi A MUTE-Mwmlg igff:-f -V1 if " "C 4 ix ' 'J CRYSTAL BILLS, Union Star, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Sorores Arvales. STERRYL BISHOP, 4o2 W. 3rd St., Maryville, Mo. Home Economics Club, Art Club, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. ESTELLE BLANKENBAKER, ' New Franklin, Mo. President Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. MARGUERITE BLOKER, Caruthersville, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., 9' T E. TRAVISGRACE BOYD, Maysville, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A., Sorores Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo, Home Eco- nomics Club. LOUISE BRADY, 1244 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Tulsa Club, S. A. B., Presi- dent 2 I X. PAULINE BRANNOCK, 2628 E. 28th St., Kansas City, Mo. Missouri Club, junior League of Women Voters, Hi Beta Steppo, Fire Dept., Y. W. C. A, fp 9 K, B 2 o, EDNA BRETCH, 1oo5 W. 18th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. Vice Pres. S. A. B., Home Economics Club, junior League of Women Voters, E I X. DOROTHY LEE BROWN, 1017 N. Harvey, Oklahoma City, Okla. Junior League of Women Voters, Oklahoma Club, Fire Dept., Y. W. C. A., Student Scholar- ship I922, H T Il. MARY SIMS BROWN, - Mexico, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A P A. Page 34 - f . . , . .Mm1s'zafxmgg.:i-J-fezisru1-:v.ara2:-52.5-fwesajmzras-siemxf . rams' 5:-emauaz'-fu: :11sw4.w1i- .,-,.- -dw-. . .. . . , -5+-1? is A. ........s:f-....mvf....:vr::-,-.fsJ+...a:-u,y-,afusi4.mwz2msam:'ixci4s.nr::sLuem' "slag "wining N ' 'I . ..', . ,, . T"""B"""1"""""'f FRANCES BUCKINGHAM, 2025 Houston, Kansas City, Mo. Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., B 2 0. CATHARINE BULLARD, Ashland, Mo. Pres. Junior League of Women Voters, Cur- tain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations, Volley Ball and Hockey Teams, A. A., Y. W. C. A., QD 9 K. MARY RUTH BUNDY, . Drexel, Mo. Home Economics Club, Sorores Arvales, Mis- souri Club, Y. W. C. A., Z M E. CARLOTTA ANN BURKE, 648 Fiske Ave., Moberly, Mo. Glee Club, Missouri Club, French Club, Y. VV. C. A., B 2 0. MARGARET BURNS, Appleton City, Mo. Home Economics Club, Art club, Y. W. C. A. LILLIAN RUTH BURRIS, A, o T E, GRACE CORENE CAMPBELL, 1309 S. Boulder, Tulsa Okla. Tulsa Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. B E O, ' NAOMI JEWELL CANNADY, Houston Mo. Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. A GERTIE L. CARROLL, ' A Vinita Okla. Treasurer Civic Association, Oklahoma Club 2 I X, LEILA MAE CARROLL, Vinita Okla Song Leader Civic Association Oklahoma Club, Glee Club, Shrine Club, Fire Dept., Y. W. C. A., 2 I X. 1 ,Wiz .-.3:.:,?.::!ig,-. W-.1--:eu-Q -:nw L . Page 35 l l Linneus, Mo. lvlissouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. i l l l l we-Q, it-,,, - .- X 3 . 'I '. A I 3,1 b .fi f eff lv' J I K ,iq . L, Q . H., iffgf'J.,'j""7"fi'-f2?SiE"'f"f' " '3?f"" - 'M ' 5751511 5"f7fLf . 'mvms zriir: Z-,g:,:,.-:.:p,.f av-"..:s::e.7.Lf.Q:::ffQ1'::a7:a:?E'F..eLil Big 5. . If Z 4 3iM"1is -Mm'!Ii'i-,Dali-'Dm-Www' MM-Awmmn -In--il W'-H -'--WW' r't"r's-' , 5 ,' s - .. fx, . I .X ' . l , ., X 4 ? , . .' he '-im' If JI 5 CY , ,Q ' 4 if 1 . i I K ' ' ' V1.9 J Al ve MARGARET COCHRAN, 4 310 E. Commercial, Charleston, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., H T 1'. I . JULIA COMBS, 314 S. Park, Sedalia, Mo. Missouri Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A., H T T, EDITH INEZ CORDER, , Corder, Mo. Pres. Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, Eastern Star, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., B E O, MARGARET CRAIG, Roberts, Idaho. Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Iowa Club, Y. W. C. A. HATTIE CUNNINGHAM, 708 Ward Ave., Caruthersville, Mo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A, H T 11 A MORA CUNNINGHAM, Windsor, Mo. Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club. MARGARET CATHERINE DAGGS, Ewing, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. . GLADYS DEAN, Brown Branch, Mo. Home Economics Club, French Club, Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club. RUTH DELANO, Fulton, Kas. Pres. Kansas Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. JULIA FRANCES DIVILBISS, 901 N. Grand, Okmulgee, Okla. Curtain Raisers, Junior League of Women Voters, Y. W. C. A. Page 36 .V W ,Em LA 1: af ,'W'3Q,G5j ,?,l'J'i ,ffxv tL..L1-4:.:.:.Tp1:- L. W "M 'ik:'.Ia'4Ev'1il"'lmIld' .., .,,, ...,-L -,,.Y---74 X. l ,Fw V., ,mf .,u,. ..,W-M-,W as-.M - --I--S--X-me--A-as-W w leg 55. V3 E NADINE L. DOME, Utica, Mo. Home Economics Club, Pres. Eastern Star. Missouri Club, S. A.- B., Y. W. C. A., K A 47. MABEL FLORENCE DRINKWATER, 314 E. Commercial, Charleston, Mo. Home Economics, Y. W. C. A., B 2 0. DIXIE DUNHAM, ' 616 N. Ioth St., East St. Louis, Ill. Pres. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Ill. Club, Eastern Star, Volley Ball, Hockey and Basket Ball Teams, Winner of Stephens Blanket, Y. VI C. A. E I Y, HELEN DUSTON Klngston o Latin Club Z M E THELMA EASTES Arclue Mo Home Economics Club M1s ouri Club Y W C A Z M E i '? I I xl 1 f , ll RUTH ELLIS, 501 E. Evans Ave., Pueblo, Colo. Colorado Club, Fire Dept., Volley Ball Team, Y. VV. C. A., A. A., K A CP. LOUISE ELSON, Unionville, Mo. Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, 2.1 X. ALPHA ELZEA, Monroe City, Mo. INA EVANS qog C Place Farrington Mo Home Economics Club Art Club Missouri Club ETHFL EWING Eufaula Okla Oklahoma Club Home E onomics Club East ern Star no ,LrA""" ,A-,W Page 37 1 1 . l , .Ili L 'A I 3,5410 7, , I ' y cc yr ' ' , 1 x ' , . . . ' M ' ' I a , ' 4 . y - . ' x J , . . . , ' ' 1 ' 1 Q - ' ' - y -f y - , C , 4 . . ., . , 1 . I ' Y - .115 A ' 4: D -' s- K, 1- A f , . L .J 'fn1.f'fm1s4+.:-24:1+r4ue1:'aczf:::.':'1:1m -. .7-Q, -...-....... A 3 ia., .. ....... 1 .mf -- . tw .-- .I '. -. A f -N-.-f V -- - ' 'W W' 1 fl . 5 E 14, 535 E S . Q f' f . .x . V 'Q il 'T 1 .. . ,. l 'T Q rl w 5 l l l ,l l 1 1 .T tx ifxw-.--4, --1'-3g:z.,'.-LA.-.tag ..i:,..f f", -,,,...:,,1.f.?:- .',g.-g -,, . .... 'i i QI . A ' tu EULELIA EWING, Eufaula, Okla. Eastern Star, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. W. C. A. MARY DEY FAIRES, New Franklin, Mo. Missouri Club, Fire Dept., Y. W. C. A. RUTH FOTHERGILL, Rosendale, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A. LETTIE FRANKLIN, ' Appleton City, Mo. Art Club, Missouri Club, Pan Hellenic Coun- cil, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. ALLETA FRENCH, Martinsburg, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Pan Hellenic Council, Y. W. .y A., A P A. ' trait adams . 2 A abc, Q7 Afxexvolo lpn Q5 XA . as .A ' . gg QP Of Q0 xo bw it sv QC.-f0x94'9 it ' T + A0 FL ' A RUTH FULKERSON, A Fredericktown, Mo. A. TA., Missouri Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Home Economics, Y. W. C. A. ' IVIABEL FUNSTON, g 1205 S. Frankfort, Tulsa, Okla. Cklahoma Club, Tulsa Club, Z M E. PEARLE HAZEL GARRISON, Huggins, Mo. Home Economics Club Hi Beta Steppo Y W. C. A NORMA GIESSING 101 College Ave Farmington Mo Missouri Club X W C A 9 T E ELEANOR GILLIM 208 E Cherry Ave Jonesboro Ark International Relation Junior League of Women Voters Arkansas Club Y. W. C A Pres. K A fb Page 38 Mun-.,,,....,.., . ,L -,..-i..,,.M...--.,..--...,...,,..-,v...f.....,.......,.,,.- .. . -..,...,a,-Q...-.....-sz, Q... L ,MM , ,, -- . at.-.-,i, Mg:-Pr -wam.u':::g.1 .1-,, -.',e-,.,p,,,a-:A-- -1......,.... - V -- Y ..v,.a.,,. wmv:-wa'semxzs33-smT:iv::.....""v:.zr:..rmurx-,'::::vg-a-:rn-zvxzmrzmvexf.x2.:'za?,,g,,-35:----.3 Q 7 ' . 9 '9 y ' . . 7 , . . . ., . 1 . ., , . Q 'Q J x ' '9 '-zrtzm--ffm... vw lm mw fn ,fwmwg gm, ,.. . 1 .. . .... .r':,...rz. F 'fr ...:e.,at. , was ' f":fx-'15-W' -"'1' 5? -ff '-"li ,,.,, . . rf. W. fm -V . .-x. .WN - ,... - .' f. . .-.--.,1.,e.:..4..-' . fl wi w ,fqf -fwgqnig Nm- '. "' ' , r,, W ,, :Lui M - ig -,. M, ,.', r- gl 1' ., 5. 1 .,..,..,.-,-.............,..-a.....,a.....-..-, "J fl 'L.1"'..-,Q,:--,- .12-'Q'-,.f li vVlJi..'Lr'.l- A " VERNIE GOUDELOCK, 1021 VV. 16th St., Okla. City, Okla Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club Oklahoma Club, Pres. Senior Class, S. A. B.. Yi VV. C. A., H T T. BERTHA HAAS, Montgomery City, Mo. Treas. S. A. B., French Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Fire Dept., Y. W. C. A., CIP 9 K. LELIA HAHN, 115 West Ioth St., Okla. City, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Pan Hellenic Council, Home Economics Club, H T F. FRANCES I-IALE, Miami, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Junior League of Women Voters, A. A., Y. W. C. A., B E 0. NELLE HAMILTON, 304. N. 3rd St., Oskaloosa, Ia. Iowa Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Home Eco- nomics Club, Y. VV. C. A. LULA E. HANSON, LaClede, Mo. Sorores Arvales, Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A., Z M E. HAZEL HEIMAN, Q Salisbury, Mo. Home Economics Club,' Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., B E 0. CLEOTA HENDRIX, Cowgill, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. ESTHER ADAMS HIBBS, Smithland, Ky. Vice Pres. Civic Association, Hypatia Hexa- gon, E I X. D. LEONORA HINKLE, Carbondale, Colo. Pres. International Relations, Pres. Colorado Club, Y. W. C. A. Page 39 . --.-. 1 . . .........- ,,,, ......,, ,, - .... - -... .Mf... f1 -f1a1!:-ff12tl--- - JSWSFJADJI 1 1 I 1 at H ,,....f-f Z gd -A 1f:,a..,-7 . . ..- ..-af-.M-D, -me - A f 5 Q QE iflitsgfifirf1f1g.i.i1ig.,:itgf:iii:L it M--. H ai:enf2h.,"LifeAf",v,....:fa'f:w " fie.ai:Z'QEfvl+!l5-31 'rp' Wy J -1 f' ,Q ,f"' l' f Z' ,ff Q S f :J V -Mlm AMY HINSON, ' KATHARINE JOLLY, 502 E. Okla., Enid, Okla. 501 N. Seminole Ave., Okmulgee, Okla. Sec. of Civic Association, International Re- lations, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., 419 9 K, H T Il. ADDA MAE HOOKEY, 800 East Ist St., Eureka, Kan. Kansas Club, Art Club, Junior League of Women Voters, Y. W. C. A., S. A. B., A P A. CHRISTINE HOUGHTON Hamilton M0 Hypatla Hexagon Missouri Club K A CID ELIZABETH HUGHES Richmond Mo M1ssour1 Club Y W C A Glee Club B E 0 FRANCES ELIZABETH JOLLY 501 N Seminole Ave Okmulgee Okla Oklahoma Club E I X Home Economics, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A. A., Fire Dept., E I X. A HELEN JONES, 201 N. 10th St., Independence, Kan. Kansas Club, Vice Pres. Student Govern- ment, 2 I X. ELIZABETH JOURNEY, Higginsville M0 Home Economics Club International Rela tions DORTHY GRACE KEENS IOO8 South Mas achusetts Sedalia, M0 Art Club 119 9 Ix H T I VIRGINIA KEMPER Cameron Mo Junior League of Women Voters Interna tional Relations Page 40 J y - 7 ' J ' J 9 ' - 1 S 1 . . , . S , . . . Y , 7 ' ' ' 'J 1 9 J - J' 3 Q ' y - . . . -, , . , " , . . 5, ,mg lla , I I l,fy1.g,, ' ga.1:1:,.'::'i,"' ' "'. -gifxigyag ii f ,JI A . ,E K t Ek lift A I N IX N AZALIA KILLIAN, MAURINE ADELE LEA, Marshfield, Mo. Clifton Hill, Mo. Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., International International Relations, 119 9 K, Z M E. Relations, Eastern Star Club, S. A. B., Z M E. I OLGA KING, EVA LEE, 400 So 3rd St Lamar Colo 412 N. K. St., Muskogee, Okla. F ' " ' ' . . . rench Club, Colorado Club, Pres. of Y. H1 Beta Steppo, International Relatlons. W C A K A Cp MARY ELIZABETH LAKE, Higginsville, MO, RUTH B. LEUSLEY, g Home Economics Club, Missouri' Club, S. , , 123 Klfbx Sta Moberly, M03 A. B., Art Club Y. W. C- A. Fire Dept. MISSOUFI Club, International Relatlons, H1 CI, 9 K, A P A. i ' i Beta Steppo, Fire Dept, B E 0. MAYME MARGARET LAWSON, MARION LINDNER, . I32I So. Denver, Tulsa, Okla. . 2814 Denver, Muskogee, Okla. Art'Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club, E I X. Tulsa Club, Fire Dept., 2 I LOIS MCCLANAHAN, ESTHER FERN LAYTON, . Spickard, Mo. . Corydon, Ia. Y. VV. C. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Iowa Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A. Club, -112 9 K, 9 T E, 7 Daw-.. g aj ' Page 41 ff . X x Q , x A A W- L-.-fA...mQQmEe-lgrlffgai WTI'i'TTQQ71gi11....1,,,,,f X tif? GX E. R - 2355? NINA vas ,A MCCOMB, A Gilliam Rd., Kansas City, Mo. Missouri Club, Art Club, Home Economics Club, Z M E. HAZEL MCCOMBS, Adrian, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Pan Hel- lenic Council, Y. W. C. A., Z M E. ETHYL MCMASTER, Bedford, Ia. Iowa Club, Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club. LORRAINE MCWILLIAMS, 611 First Ave., Moberly, Mo. French Club, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Step- po,Y.W.C.A.,fP9K,BE0. MINNIE MEANS, Pierce City, Mo. Business Manager of Stephensophia, A. A., Student Council, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Volley Ball, Hockey and Basket Ball Teams, B E 0, ELIZABETH MITCHELL, Rocheport, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Z M E. FERN MOFFETT, 912 W.t16th St., Okla. City, Okla. Art Club, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y., VV. C. A., H T MARGUERITE MUEGGE, Lamont, Okla. Pres. of Student Government, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations 9 T E NATALIE MURRELL 1402 Rosemary Lane Columbia Mo Art Club Junior League of Women Voters Missouri Club, E I X MAXINE MARIE NEAL 1603 So Monlteau Sedalia Mo Home Economics Club Junior League f Women Voters, H1 Beta Steppo Missouri Clu Y W C A A P A Page 42 i X x Kaus- -- , -..Lf--,.x.f.,-,.r...,.--, ...gf -1 ..-M . ,.,-, . -. W. , . i 1 1 ' a r . . , 9 . . , , . , 0 F . o I ' x b, . . . ., . 'rf I Altami- . , Nl l M ?,BL w2'4:.sae:inaBnx6wu.: ' f . . WV . . . W FANNY PANNILL NOWLIN, Montgomery City, Mo. Pres. Sorores Arvales, H T T. LUELLA O'NEILL, WVinchester, Kan. Art Club, Kansas Club. MARY FLORENCE O,TOOLE, Gallatin, Mo. Missouri Club, Junior League of Women Voters, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. GRACE ELAINE OVERHOLTZER, Van Wert, Ia. Iowa Club, Pres. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Junior League of Women Voters, K A fiv. VIRGINIA OWNBEY, Springdale, Ark. Sorores Arvales, Hypatia Hexagon, Arkan- sas Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Cur- tain Raisers, 9 T E. K JENNIE V. PAINTER, Maywood, Mo. International Relations, A. A., Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., S. A. B., K A KID SALLIE PARKER, Warrensburg, Mo. Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Step- po, Home Economics Club, Volley Ball and Basket Ball Teams, Fire Dept., H T T. REVA PARKIN, Fredericktovvn, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, CID 9 K, 2 I X, HOLMAN PARSONS, 1700 Highland Ave., Shreveport, La. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Louis- iana Club, Sec. of Student Government, B 2 0. t MARY PATTERSON, 305 W. 5th, Sedalia, Mo. Missouri Club, junior League of Women Voters, Hi Beta Steppo, Hypatia Hexagon. Page 4g 1 ' A-:ir xr' Q... -Ul13"'VE'l'.'X"r.SYf"' WWW .EZE'E'Zi'l'i.i.,.!s.1.I...-.3 4.5K VIRGINIAXPAYNE, MARY LOUISE RAY, , ' 515 22nd, Cairo, Ill. Franklin, M0- Y. VV, C, A., K A qu, Hypatia Hexagon, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. . C. A. HELEN FRANCES PLIMPTON, 611 ISC St., Glenwood, Ia. E EAVIS Iowa Club, Pres. A. A., Hi,Beta Steppo, MARGAR' T R ' Y. W. C. A., Volley Ball and Hockey Teams, A P. A, 214 Clay St., Jefferson City, Mo. Missoriri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. ELIZABETH J. POLK, g j Excelsior SPr1r1gS,M0. ELIZABETH FERGUSON REEVES, Missouri Club, Hi Beta SYCPPO, A- A-, IU' 3631 Charlotte St., Kansas City, Mo. fCfH2fi0I1Hl Relations, Y- W- C- A-, Fife Dept-, Vice Pres. Senior Class, Y. W. C. A., French A P A- Club, B E 0. HELEN MARJORIE PROCTOR, NADINE REIST, 510 Van Horn, Independence, Mo. Adrian, MO, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Cur- Missouri Club, Y, W, C, A., Home ECO- tain Raisers, Art Club, Y. W. C. A. nomics Club, Z M E. ICY PURCELL, VIRGINIA NEVILLE RENOE, 116 S. Star, Eldorado, Kan. I5 E. 9th St., Fulton, Mo. Kansas Club, A. A., Student Council, Y. W. Missouri Club, Pres. Hi Beta Steppo, Pres. C. A-, E I X- . Glee Club, Y. VV. C. A., B 2 0. Page 44 - A - t.E.L""r.a..mr-z:xec:za:1gr1-:s:11.::r:.f.-.-my.An.1:::n::'"..v.ur:.1..p:':f"":x:,A...,':a::::Qrzr.r:.:r-'mr:11...:-"::1L:1f::g . ,.,-.-:1TV--www Am vw I - ., , E.x...,4 r..... , -..,...a-, ..,,..,-,. ,,...., ..,,. -.,... .,,...., ,- , -, 'FQQJP fi! QY1. gift fm? ' w , I X . ' ,ci 4- V 21 1 , -....,.-....g,.::' 'i:1:'ig 'zfi ffei H ,W .Mm-s-.,,w'..f47: J f 1'-A W- fe- - ' - .fr V- -V-11,1 7,11 1 MM MA D A 4 V ff ESTHER REPLOGLE, 1150 So. Maine, Carthage, Mo Glee Club, Junior League of Women Voters fp e K, B 2 0, MARGUERITE RILEY, a New Madrid, Mo. Junior League of Women Voters, Interna- tional Relations, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo 111 9 Kp v HELEN ROBB, 1621 W. 21st St., Oklahoma City, Okla Oklahoma Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A. B E O, NELLE BAILEY ROECKER, 440 Glen Ave., Council Bluifs, Ia Pres. of Civic Association, Iowa Club, A QA., Y. W. C. A., Volley Ball Team, if 9 K H T I', DOROTHY LEE SANDERS, 315 Holcomb St., Springdale, Ark. MARGARET SANDERS, Breckenridge, Mo. Missouri Club, Sorores Arvales, K A CP. NELL SCHINDLER, Sturgeon, Mo. 1 LEILA JANE SHEPPARD, Blairstown, Mo. Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A.,.K A fb. ALINE SHOPE, Norborne, Mo. Missouri Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Hockey Team, K A CID. l MARGARET SIMERAL, Raymore, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon Missouri Club Int APA, 3 ! e tional Relations, Y. W. C. A. Page 45 , ,.., ,L ---..1:s::-g5,.,..y,.,.,- "frSi::'- -' e-'1--- V Q,-M . .,-,N3.-,,- f 3 ! J Q 3 v Y - . I 4 '! .. g,iL.,f" 11 ' ' x. iw ..,.,,.. .,,.. K,,k.,.,. .,..,,,...,,, ..,..-.. , Y 'ra ' lfcgil' ,W X -ii: lyk-, 'J F ,A ' KATHRYN SINCLAIR 610 Broadway Jefferson C1ty Mo MISSOUFI Club Home Econom1cs Club H T 11 FLORIS SOLLENBERGER Corydon, Ia Eastern Star Club Iowa Club CARRIE SPENCER Glen Allen Miss H T I' MURIEL STADY 525 25th St Cairo Ill A A Home Economics Club Ill1no1s Club International Relatlons Volley Ball, Y. W. C GOLDIE E STAYTON Archie Mo. Missouri Club Hi Beta Steppo Y. W C. A Pres. of Z M D. HELEN STEBBINS Albion Neb Pres Pan Hellenic Councml Sorores Arvales X VV C A K A fi? FLORENCE L STERLIING 1820 S Osage Ave Seclalla Mo Pres MISSOUYI Club A A H1 Beta Steppo Treas of Senior Class Hockey and Basket Ball Teams K A IIJ LAVERNE STRANGE Holden Mo Missouri Club Home Econom1cs Club Y W C A A P A GENE K SUMMERS 150 W South St Carlisle H1 Beta Steppo, Curta1n Ralsers Y W C 9 JANET SWEET 2618 Lockridge Kansas C1ty Mo Mo Club, Home Economics Club Y W. C. A. Junior League of' Women Voters Pres. B E O Page 46 f. ,s A L1 va .Mx 1v,,U 1' mug, " e. 4 L .1 ,.l,. I . wo DOROTHY SWITZER, Kingston, Mo. Sec. of Y. W. C. A., A. A., Fire Dept., O T E, ERA MARIE TAYLOR, I Lickings, Mo. Home Economics Club, Nlissouri Club, A P A, DoRTHY TOBEY, 707 Olive St., Texarkana, Ark. Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics, CID 9 K, A P A FAYE TODD Cleveland Okla. Okla. Club Y. W. C. A. Hi Beta Steppo B 2 O GRACE TOMLINSON La Grange, Mo Sorores Arvales Pres of S A B Hypatia Hexagon A A MISSOUFI Club Y W C A Volley Ball Hockey and Basket Ball Teams 'IP O K K A CIP VIRGINIA BLOSSOM TUCKER, Ripley, Tenn. Art Club, A. A., Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Volley Ball and Hockey Teams, Presi- dent H T Il. BERNICE K. TURNER, Gallatin, Mo., Editor in Chief of Stephensophia, Junior League of Women Voters, Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, International Relations, CIP 9 K, B E 0. HAZEL E TYSON, Lenexa Kan. Junior League of Women Voters Fire Dept MARY M TYSON Skidmore Mo Home Economics Club Art Club A A Hockey Team ISABEL UHL Cameron Mo Home Economlcs Club Y W C A A A Volley Ball and Hockey Team Pres of A P A Page 47 . . - -'M!'ff1:' 5'-Lf' 1.7 ' H1 2 .-H-- 2 W .f WH' ' " .gg,'Y'g::r"' . fwfx.-.1"fmuamim's4' .1m'.rzz:::mYfwi5 ,2f'.,1L,-i' ,gi ...vi ' ff -2, e Q 1- ' iii S' I 'M in 'A Y, Wm-. H--. q.,...-,.-,.,..-,.g..,-........v,..-......---.. QQ' ' if 314 "Q f Af s i 'if 2- 'T' 4' . ,-4 riff 22' . E' Figlfiii 'fe """'KW""' V ' 'GMM C M T 'X , ... Aawffnlg-1441.-Qem. V --M: 1wfz1rYaa11v'5.fitf""'he .. . - 1 V . ,,,, . ...., KATHRYNE VAN NOY, PAULINE WILEY, 326 Grant St,, Fort Morgan, Colo. . Camewfl, M0- Colorado Club, junior League of Women A. A., Home Economics Club, Glee Club, Voters, Hi Beta Steppo, Eastern Star Club, Pres. of O T E. MARY MARGARET WALTERS ! Columbia, Mo. Z M E, ERMA RUTH WARREN, 215 S. Garth Ave., Columbia, Mo. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, French Club, Y. W C. A., H T T. MINNIE WELLS, Oklahoma City, Okla. Sorores Arvales, International Relations, Y. W. C. A. ANNETTA WHITMAN, Hamilton, Mo. Volley Ball Team. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. NORA AILENE WILLIAMS, Dearborn, Mo. Missouri Club, A. A., Basket Ball, Y. W. C. A, 9 T E, MAE WILLIAMS, . 214 Maple Ave., Mountain Grove, Mo. Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, Art Club, Hypatia Hexagon, 2 I X. LEA RUTH WILSON, 3184 9th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. French Club, Art Club, Fire Dept., Y. W. C. A., H T 11. EDITH WINFREY, Gem, Kan. Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY DEAN WYATT, Columbia, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Pres. of fb 9 K. Page 48 Q s ' f . 1 E Lzainimmi: QMamuw4wmLm'g-1mx'aQmu'ef1'11avnxf:1ztzr:mvw12cffw"m':f:.zsns1mz:m-r:Lfwv1::m':ELqf,-i1a's,,,g,-gggjLijr3,3L.,,,,,,.,,.i24, - N., JW, A V 5 ,ki , MN 1 , N72- AP is ' 5 all i 5 'F ? ga lQ'3L'1 VV ff! -1 rm-4 i4 SJ'-nfl -'gg-I'fvxW f'1TVf'133'Ti"HiT'YifJw ' .3:::i:::1i,1::::L" ::,T.Lg.-:- f " Q, f3,fri,,1 253-251mwgi-5.l,Ixja5jQ2,'5345-gLg1UL,i,fail ,I f ,,,,,,,,,,,, W I 2---f-W,2---w-+.--.Y-,.-+.-.-...-......g,.,g4.2:1,,..,..,. , .' ,45AI,I.,,,,,,.1,N ,F in i 1 f 1 4 K 1 7 V1 ., 1 ,, a 6'6" K 1 V UNICRS 'A , -11,1-1-izzf r'.:1.."--' fgi-.-21,12-zzeazvpa.-'L".-,..4'1i':..m1" I .-Q N .1 M- ..-, .Fr wasp? , .. ,girlyFfmvw:51'1tr"fg:?fg2'ffff Tiiriififti fifj' I if jffff-Ag, 11: if . . ,s ,W ..,...-. . Q. G f'tW"'ff5 lui We '33"ff'5i?'57E4 l' fi' mlm: i is .s .W 1 451231114,.1.-:Q..,'z'..a.-mi.L...1f-r JN..- w.,,1....s .,......,,...- L, QW! Q :gl ,f M323 Til Y fl ,Lg xi, inf. Q 4: ,ffl ,F-53 My 1, V A- .. ma. ...,,i.,...r.,..,.n ....-,........f-fy-A-sp fevff,'iffgIs.T1f 'L ,Je-MffeWf1?www,e-Ffn''ff 'Wf'ef:- M 4,........i,,...e....1gL4...-,,.,e.ra.,......o,e,J..,..,........ .,..., ..,,....,,f...,.a .. ... WEILER ENGLE Moony AMERY JUNIOR CLASS President -- .............. T- HESTER ENGLE Vice-Pres, U H, .,-... ........ H ELEN PAULINE MooDY Secretm-9 U- ..... .-........ L ENORE WEILER T1-gas-in-er ,.,,h.,...-................ - BETH AMERY T Few Junior classes have had to show true Stephens spirit on the very. Hirst day of the school year as the class of l921L had to do in meeting the crowded conditions last fall. But it is more to the Juniors, credit that their loyalty did not weaken as the weeks lengthened into months and the difficult circumstances continued. lfVith the same indomitable determination they have taken their places in school activitiesf Remarkable interest has been shown in dramatics and athletics but other phases of school life have not been neglected. The "Junior Jollies," the annual vaudeville presented by the Junior Class, was a huge success artistically and financially. Both the volley ball and hockey tournaments were won by the Juniors and although the Seniors were able to win in basket ball and .in the swimming meet, the showing made by the Junior squads was excellent. A Junior dinner in January strengthened class loyalty and added a pleasant touch of social life. The Juniors are already making plans for-next year when a new class will be looking to them for an example. In order that they may be found vworthy to hand down the Stephens traditions it is their aim to support the Honor System and prac- tice the Ten Ideals in their everyday lives. The class of 19241 is proud of the success it has attained this year but new achievements await it in the future and if it retains its splendid spirit a progress will be made toward the realization of Greater Stephens. Page 50 T,-.r. .. ll - I . , W., , .-...--N., -W...-rQ...,.,,,a .-..,.. ..-B ia...-,.....z,m - -' I - A f - rx M DOROTHY ADGER, Gilliam, La Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., H T 1' GENEVIEVE AID, Gallatin, Mo Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club, B E O, ELEANOR ALLISON, 429 E. Main St., Richmond, Mo Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club, Glee Club B Z 0, DIXIE ALSOP, New Franklin, Mo. Missouri Club, Curtain Raisers. BETH AMERY, Braymer, Mo. Junior Class Treasurer, H T F. KATIE IRENE AUTREIY, , Doniphan, Mo Club, Home Economics Club. BETTY BAKER, ' 3228 Euclid Ave., Kansas City, o Missouri Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Fire Chief, S. A. B., E I X. PAULINE BALDWIN, Corydon I Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Fire Dep't A. A., Junior Basket Ball Team, 9 T E FRANCES BARNETT, . ' Jamesport, 0 Misso-uri Club, Home Economics Club ALICE BARRETT, Skidmore Mo Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Junior League of VVomen Voters, A P A Page 51 ---'-' f- ' f- fr- - '--1:::-rrf..f...............""' "r'-'1 u::awtm'?2f.:-:S-fo. fi xrsaizrrziizmmsn l I -afe..:'? str' . , Ga TE?-'?!f.1LE! E4 2 0 ? E UU FD Ea' 93 Q , , 'U MO ,Q t ,f if if ' 1:'V'W'pl..zLg.,.N..,A.g.',,.5.1,.gf' 'gssgsssazggffffsfflf -1-5.65. -.J-.,....m.....,.. LORRAINE BARRY, Russellville, Mo. nomics Club, Curtain Raisers, Z M E. NANCY BARRY, Russellville, Mo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, Sorores Arvales, Z M E. AVIS BEAUMAN, no East 13th St., Pawhuska, Okla. Y. VV. C. A., Eastern Star Club, Hi 'Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club. MARY FRANCES BECKETT, . 720 South Barker Avenue, El Reno, Okla Home Economics Club, Eastern Star Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., K A fp. RUTH BEILSTEIN, 2100 Broadway, Hannibal, Mo. Home Economics Club, Misso r' Cl b Y W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Home Eco- CLARA MAE BELL Purcell Okla Beta Steppo, H T T Dolores Colo Colorado Club Y W C A Z M E LALAH MAE BEST Pattonsburg Missouri Club A. A. Basket Ball and ley Ball Teams JEANNETTE BIRNEY Wickliffe Y. YV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Basket Team E I X PAULI NE BOELLNER Mo Vo Ba U 1 U y - ' 703 So. Star Eldorado Kan Y. W. C. A. Curtain Raisers Page 52 .ax ,D -L xfw I , .. A GN - "'v'- ' H 'w:2c'wumnfm ummmxm':nmcu.n':m':-I:f:.v3.'t'.":'..,'.7.:E:1'm'..."r:m,1.,'?.?' .E ..."':L':m'w'f- '-'rw'--w 4. .A-Q.. .-NA. :am:'m:rzmm'E3C ,mmAtrmmrfts - Y. W. C. A., oklahoma Club, A. A., H1 MARY T. BELMEAR, Q x , I' , r I , Ky ll : " 3, Ziff? "'f..."l'f"QLYZLQ"3 T.j'5T'7TfI" v .V ..--.1y-f- -. J.. ,,, . -. . V., , ,,, -4 f, , .a , V-7 , 0 I Y .QW 'gf-.D'L1 Q T sf:ex""" -QT? V423 as m Q3 GLADYS BOONE, I ORVETA FERN BRUMLEY, . Jackson, Mo. ' Y. W. C. A. LERA FRANKY BRIGGS, 5oo Maryland Avenue, Claremore, Okla. Art Club, Y. W. C. A., A P A. GLADYS BROOKING Kevil Ky. YWCA BERTHA CATHERINE BROWN 2654 East 29th Street Kansas Clty Mo Y VV C A H1 Beta Steppo A P A MARY FRANCES BROWN Laddon1a Mo MISQOUII Club A A H1 Beta Steppo Z M E De Kalb, Mo. Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, 2 II II, WILHILMINE BRUNT, 416 W. Jackson St., Sigourney, Ia. Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club, A. A., Hi Beta Steppo Iowa Club Junior League of Women Voters. HELEN BUCKNER Ash Grove, Mo H1 Beta Steppo MISSOUYI Club Junlor League of Women Voters NADEEN BURKEHOLDER 530 E 7th St Trenton, Mo Y W C A, French Club MISSOUII Club, CID 9 K DOROTHY BURRALL 625 Taylor Ave Avalon Pa Hypatla Hexagon Y W C A Curta1n RHISCYS 9 T E Fug? if ff Q,-ff . Q Zgizf S 1 r Y , 1 1 . , . . , . 3 V 1 u .L , P 7 ' . . ., . . Q I u I, , l I . . . , ' ' 3 . 7 .. . ' . , ' W , ., , , . - 1 3 - --y y V , . . . ., 4. . . ' 4 . , . C2 .ff 1' V ' I! , oy, X I l me 9' I 1 ,jf A j " I I I., 1 f A ' J: 1' ..-W - . - - . 15395, ,-.- 'Ks'-f -x:f:z::. T I A 'I - "Q-'-"- if .- ,f ' .1 I ,ff ,I ' -if " ,jig iq.-" f , lj ly! I, , fl, f f 3 x I I -----1 J .JLYIJ HARRIETT BYRAM 205 N Maine, Abingdon Ill Art Club E I X LUCILE CASSIN 403 E 9th St Kansas City M0 RUTH CASSITY 817 N. Okmulgee Ave. Okmulgee Okla Hi Beta Steppo Oklahoma Club A A Curtain Raisers. MARY JANE CATRON, ' 2 So. Maybelle, Tulsa, Okla Hypatia Hexagon, Home Economics Club, 'Hi Beta Steppo. PAULINE F. CHEYNEY, K 212 Chestnut St., Glenwood, Ia. S. A. B., Iowa Club, H T T. MARY RUTH CLARK Center Mo Missouri Club Y W C A Hypatla Hexa gon H1 Beta Steppo, K A ff' ALICE MARJORIE CLARKE 120 W Grant St Clarmda, Ia Curtaln RHISCFS Iowa Club Y W C A H1 Beta Steppo A P A WONDALYNE CODER 312 N 4th St Oskaloosa Ia Y VV C A H1 Beta Steppo Iowa Club F, fp 0 K, 2 , MARY ALI CE CORDER, Corder, M0. Y. WV. C. A., Missouri Club, B E 0. NELESENE CORNELIUS, Nowata, Okla Home Economics Club, -Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, S. A. B., Fire Dept., A. A., Ok- lahoma Club. Page 54 Y , f-f'fntA'fw'72::, QL"-a.'TZ'TLJZ?'viJi' fa A . .... .. ., ...- .1-M-ff-11. 17' .mmf .'f-mfsmuc..zwm-s.:szu.:::f.,.7r':f-'zszzztziam4.1.cwrmtaavziviaipai V- fj'f-I-'flf wx? ' 'ffm' V 4 i-'qjfyg V225 lfiIgl,f',.Q?' if J' W" ' 'I 'M' AI 'W"IIIIvI,vi,IfiTi,j,, M..-.-..-. -....a-.-...--..WW .1 4i:.f'4.it3.:Eff..ff .21 "1" 'Mu " 'M' "W M-L hxlg My ,. w.V.,12....t..1...... -,,....,,...,L-,.-a - A.. 4 . nf Ja X. 1 X . T' .V . , - f H J ' , . , 2 . . . , - ' 1 ' Y . . - , l . , I n l I, , . 1 1 0 f . ., , . . ., . . . 4 , , , . . . ., , . 1 7 J ' A , . 1 J ' 'r - -y y - . . . ., , , Juimumg. 0. ,, Y T I I-'M ' H' ""' " ""' ""g"""' 'A f""'t"f '-'M' -fmm . --1 nmznmrmmsmzm-Jm :ymn3vmmmv aams?w:'nrmm .1 - ' '.,. -.514 V ' .ga Ll .-,5 3 1 2 , I .2 M..- .. .. 4 - . . M ..,......,f.-1.:a.--.....2. :gg , . , VL., ,,,. .. ...L ...........,..z......a....,.............f...........,...,...... .uf- NONDIS CORNELIUS, V Nowata, Okla. Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, A. A. JOHANNA COTTON, . 602 N. VVall St., Joplin, Mo. International Relations, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. 6 GRACE LOUISE CRAIG, Paris, lVIo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Pres. Bur- rall Bible Class, Stephensophia Staff. MILDRED CUMMINGS, 1 ' Sprinsrdale, Ark. IMOGENE DANIELS, 104 E. 6th St., Caney, Kan. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Kansas Club, E I X.- PORTIA DARNELL Y.W 1404 W 51st St Kansas Clty, Mo C A VAUGHN DAVIS 217 E Maple St Centervllle Ia Curtain Raiseis Iowa Club Y W C A Stephensophia Staff, K A fb DORTHEA DECKER 219 E Lockwood Ave Webster Grove, Mo Voters, A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, H T T MARGARET HELEN DENT Olathe Kan Y W C A Curtaln Raisers 9 T E LORA MAURINE DIBLE EIX 2645 E 28th St Kansas City Mo Page 55 ...V ...M -,M ta,-.X-M . ....,....-.-...ha-4. - xxx...- l. 1 l .- 1' . A 4 , 2 ' 'V ., , , . ., . , 4 1 ' . l .. ., , . 5 . . , , Q I I 1, . X , l Y f -I 1 A J, . a xl Y. W. C. A., junior League of Women 4 4 , , A . . . ' , . W . . . ., , . , , Y l ' l l K . .7 , . i - ' l i 8'2- .. T. . , . .. SO ' JULIA DICKSON, Dixie, La. Louisiana Club, S. A. B., A. A., Volley Ball and Hockey Teams, B E 0. J. MARCELLA DINSMORE, 1615 E. Benton Ave., Albia, Ia. Iowa Club, A. A., Home Economics Club, Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hockey and Basket Ball Teams, 9 T E. MILDRED DIXON, Bowling Green, Mo. Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., B 2 0. DOROTHY DODD, 4524 Fairfield Ave., Shreveport, La. Hi Beta Steppo, Louisiana Club, CID 9 K, B 2 O, ELLEN ELIZABETH DONOVAN, Liberty, Mo. Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, B 2 0. ' PAULINE DOUGLAS, Kennett, Mo. Y. W. C. A., A. A. MILDRED DOWNING, Cameron, Mo. Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., A. A. DORTHY DYER, , Malta.Bend, Mo. Junior League of Women Voters, Missouri Club, E I X. ALICE RUTH EDWARDS, Centralia, Mo. Missouri Club, International Relations Club, Hi Beta Steppo. 'WILMA ELLIOTT, 1912 S. Detroit, Tulsa, Okla. Y. W. C. A., Art Club, H T F. Page .So at he H '-'f 1' " " CHARLESA LEONA ELZEA Monroe C1ty o MISSOUFI Club Home Economlcs Club HESTFR LOUISE ENGLE 468 W 14th St Ttenton Mo Pres Junlor Class, Y W C A, MISSOUII Club Internatlonal Relatlons Glee Club WINNIE CATHERINE ESTEP V1an Okla Y W C A ANNA MAUD EVANS 1012 Cooper Glenwood Sprlngs Colo Y W C A H1 Beta Steppo S A B Cur tam Ra1sers Colorado Club MARY LGIS FAWVER Sellgman Mo Y W C A Home Econom1cs MISSOUFI Club VERA JANE FAY 721 W 5th Street, Tulsa Okla Oklahoma Club Tulsa Club H1 Beta Step po Y W C A 9 T E RUTH FEASTER W1HdS0f Mo Home Econom1cs Club H1 Beta Steppo MIS sour1 Club, FIFC Dept WANDA FELLOWS Weston Mo Internat1onal Relat1on Club MISSOUFI Club, Z M E HELEN MARIE FESLER, 1109 M St N W Washlngton D C Home Economlcs Club Y W C A H Beta Steppo E I X GRETCHEN FIELD FISCHER 430 West St Shenandoah I Curta1n Ra1sers Hypat1a Hexagon Art Club Iowa Club Stephensoph1a Staff Y W C A Paje 57 ag U- 1? 5 ' GERTRUDE FOLLETT, MARY GINDER, Malvern, Ia. jameson, Mo. Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. FRANCES GOSS, HELEN BLANCHE FORISTELL, 309 Drake Ave., Centerville, Ia. 409 Hitt, Columbia, Mo. Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Home Econom- Missouri Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. ics Club, Y. W. C. A., Fire Dept., A. A. A. RUTH GREENFIELD, MARY FRANCIS, Kearney, Mo. 23rd and Lincoln, Oklahoma City, Okla. Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Step- B 2 0- po, A. A. ' MADGE FREELAND, LYDIA BELLE GREGORY, Grant City, MO, 241 Edge Wood Ave., Memphis, Mo Sorores Arvales, Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Y- VV- C- A-, Home ECOUOIUICS Club- Club, Y. W. C. A., Z M E. Q ' sARA GRIMES, MARY LOUISE GIBBONS, Washington, Ia . 724 W. Rollins St., Moberly, Mo. Iowa Club, A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Stephen- Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Art Club, Hi Sophia Staff, Junior Reporter, 2 I' T, fl" 9 K Beta Steppo, B E 0. E I X, I Page 58 K 1 'x FREDA V GUENTHER Greenfield Mo IRENE GUTTING Kahoka o A. A. Missouri Club 9 T E. IRENE HALL Caruthersville Mo Y. W. C. A. Missouri Club 9 T E DOROTHY HAMMOND, I Burlington, Kan. Stephensophia Staff, Y. W. C. A., French Club, Home Economics Club, Pres. Curtain Raisers, Kansas Club, fb 9 K, K A CP. CAROLYN IMQGENE HARDING, 610 Auburn Ave., Chariton, Ia. Y. VV. C. A., Iowa Club, K A 417. .fifrjlwl REBA HARPER 201 College Avenue Columbia Mo Hypatia Hexagon Y W C A RUTH HARRISON 400 N 15th St Clarinda Ia Curtain Raisers A A H1 Beta Steppo Y W C A en Voter A P A Iowa Club Junior League of Wom Volley Ball and Basket Ball Teams MARX B HAYNES HHf11SOHV1llC Mo Curtain Raisers,. Home Economics Club, Z H E, ESTHER MARGUERITE HEADY, A Seymour, Ia. Y. W. C. A., Iowa Club, Glee Club. JEANETTE HECKMAN, Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Club, E I X. 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A., Junior League of Women Voters. MARGARET HOFFMAN, 2221 W. Broadway, Muskogee, Okla. A. A., Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, Volley Ball Team. MARY GERTRUDE HOGE, Olathe, Kan. Kansas Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, Hypatia Hexagon, 9 T E. HELEN HO.NE, Knox City, Mo. Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club. EDNA LUCILE HOUSDEN, Licking, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, A. A., Missouri Club. Page 60 r . I I , ' l 1 l 1- Y .. Zh .. . vi!! P .1 '-K fl " -' 'P-W.. ' -ml.:-.1 -, ., V., , A A TRESSA HOUSE, - , Galt, Mo Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club, Mis- souri Club. GLADYS HOVVELL, Houston, Mo MARGARET HUBBARD, 408 N. Maine, Sand Springs, Okla French Club, Sorores Arvales, Y. W. C. A. Hi Beta Steppo, H T 11. LOUISE HUBER, Holden, Mo Missouri Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C A., A P A. EVELYN JACKSON, , Monroe City, Mo. Curtain Raisers, International Relations, A. A., Y. W. C. A. MARIE JAY, A Oklahoma City, Okla. Junior League of Women Voters, Oklahoma Club. JANICE JERNIGAN, 103 Bonham St., Commerce, Tex. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, 9 T E. FRANCES JO'HNS, - 515 Jackson, Joplin, Mo. TILBURN K. JOHNSON, Piedmont, NIO. ZORA ETTA JOHNSON, Gordon Hotel, Columbia, Mo. Page 61 IRENE KAHN ' I Coffeyville Kan Hi Beta Steppo French Club Sorores A - wales X. W. C. A. Kansas Club S. A. B. Lurtain Raisers. LESTER KEATHLEY Ironton Mo. Missouri Club Y. W. C. A. I HELEN ELIZABETH KENDRICK Knobnoster Mo Art Club Missouri Club Hi Beta Steppo H T F, EDNA LEE KENNEDY, Brookfield, Mo. Y. W. C. A. THELMA KING, . Houston, Mo. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. Y DORTHY KNAPPENB URGER Kiefer Okla. Stephensophia Staff Hi Beta Steppo Curtain Raisers Y W. C. A. Sorores Arvales I- ternational Relations Oklahoma Club, CIP 9 K. ROSALIE M. KUNS 302 S. VValnut St. McPherson Kan. PAULINE LANDREY ' 324 N. Grand St. Chariton Ia Home Economics Club Iowa Club K A flu MARY GRETCHEN LAWSON Beaver Okla orores Arvales Oklahoma Club Curtain Raisers Z WI E MARIE A LAYMAN Knox City Mo Missouri Club H1 Beta Steppo Y W C A .rwmrm f I Page 62 "m"Mm"ufW" f ""'f "'o'4"""Wm" I """"'59 ef' 11 , x , I 3 , , I' 1 7 ' v f a s x ' ' ' J n 'N 7 , Q , u a 1 Y 4 , , , 0 , a x 1 p .... aa. .. 7 , . Q . - U 1 7 . , ik 4. ., 4 ' y 0 1 l , I . Y , ,. u u 0 Q, HYPat1a Hexagon, Home Economics Club. M , . .,l,-P" I iii"W"'W"' I ii I I eff ca' sk- X . CIN' M fin ZYYLIQ7 I I f-ia.. ....Q '.-.,.,11.2f,.LCf.af-,'.LI 3"'L"'tt'Wr'r - g:,fj9ii' -U fggx 19' ",, .1 f", ir, In .... ..-. M.: , - f.- . U ef' 0' I . my 0 Il -L I Qfix for l FRANCES LEA, HELEN LISLE, Clifton Hill, Mo, 123 VV. Willow, Clarinda, Ia. Sorores Arvales, Missouri Club, CID 9 K, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., I Iowa Club, A P A. l MURIEL LEE' FRANCES MARIAN LOOMIS I .2954 E. 29th St., Kansas City, Mo. Vvlebb City, MO. Mlssourl Club' Y' W' C' A' Hypatia Hexagon, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. ' MAY LIMBOCKER, 1 I Burlington, Kan. NELLE ELIZABETH LORIMER, . Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club, Curtain Rais- Olathe, Kan. ers, Y. W. C. A., Junior League of Women Kansas Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. Voters, K A PID. A., 9 T E. SARAH LINCH, , Ponca City Okla BEULAH MAE LOWRY, Claremore, Okla. Home Economics Club, Oklahoma Club. C1315 Beta Steppo' Y' W' C' A" Oklahoma PAULINE LINXWILER, ' LOUISE MCBRIDE, 1104 E. McCarty, Jefferson City, Mo. Chillicothe, Mo. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Glee Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Club, Missouri Club, H T F. Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A P A. l l Page 63 tn -lx, xu 1 iw , if g 4 91 I w 'yy R I- l lf-if-m..e...a...,,....L.--.. ,,,, ,,.,,-- .-.-..,.ua-.u-...........mA-WA A A --A M--'-A --A--We 5 .. WM..-.-ff. 1.-if- 'W' "'1'lY"3J-1 ,Li-1-'S --'iw x Xt., .V X, I .Xt 6' l L' ' l ,VIVIAN MCCAIN, Shreveport, La. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. 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Af,-'VL K' ue.f':"".j",' if' "L: EW '7 Fr .i 'f W5 l ti 1 +, " r 4. ..4.,':f I - " ,Qi n ' vl.-3'7':vil'Q5f1 51197 'f?"11rs.....,'f.."' ,,'g'H'lf--..4-6? P0 'z-.555 SJW -.......... .,., , GLADYS MEGEE, I - 910 S. Cheyenne, Tulsa, Okla Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Tul- sa Club, Y. W. C. A., Oklahoma Club. VIOLA MEGEE, 910 S. Cheyenne, Tulsa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Tulsa Club, Oklahoma Club. MARIE MEYER, 1 . Sidney, Ia Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., junior League of Women Voters. WILLIE LEE MILAM, Kiowa, Okla. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Oklahoma Club, Basket Ball Team, K A fn, ADAH A. MILLER, Clifton, Kan. French Club, A. A., Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A,,KA'iJ, . MARTHA MILLER, Chillicothe, Mo. A Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Step- po, Junior League of Women Voters, H T 11. ROVENE MILLER, Kahoka, Mo. FRANCES MONTGOMERY, ,- 1527 So. Trenton, Tulsa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., H T 11. HELEN PAULINE MOODY, 628 S. Florida'Ave., Okmulgee, Okla. Vice Pres. Junior Class, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, fb 9 K. INDIA MORGAN, Oak Grove, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club, CurtainiRaisers, A P A. Page 65 . v blur.. .Ju ' ' . 1 l '9 , if lffi- HV is ' " V ' lf' uii. r "'t"" ""' "" "" WW" 1 H' ".' 4' I, , ryan K it 5 fo 1 .J I -ffl! 1' .4 JA- K Q'-ii, LA. ' U . -ti N. fum- .- 1 'fi r1fillflQf5l""i . 1 A I is VIOLA MULHOLLAND, MAURINE PAGE, Ml M Malvern, Ia. ian, o. Iowa Club, Curtain Raisers, International Missouri Club. Relations, A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., S. A. B., Hypatia Hexagon, Volley Ball, Hockey FRANCES PATTERSQN, and Basket Ball Teams, fb 9 K, 9 T E. Yates Center, Kan, M RAMONA MURRAY Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A., Z M E. i Lamoni, Ia. ' Iowa Club, Y. W. C. A., 9 T E. MAYOTA PEPPER, Monte Vista Colo RUBY ELIZABETH NADING, Colorado Club, Curtain Raisers, A. A., Hi Richmgnd, MO, Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. - Missouri Club. CATHLEEN PFEIFFER, FLORENCE M' NORMAN, , 209 Salem Road, Excelsior Springs, Mo. 2023 Cherry St., No. Kansas City, MO- Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Home Eco- . Home Economics Club, Eastern Star Club, , nomics Club Z M E, A ' MILDRED L. OTT, VIOLET PHELPS, 634 N. Market St., Oskaloosa, Ia. Prairie City, Ia. Curtain Raisers, Iowa Club, Y. W. C. A., Iowa Club, Eastern Star Club, Curtain Rais- Hi Beta Steppo, 2 I X. 2 ers, Y. W. C. A. ' I 3' 1 5 Page 66 x y , , V i I0 2 . - .... is - .. . .-.M . W - - . . . " A V T 'Kamnwgmiz:n1.::Lcw::"xs7m..::4.':1:E.f:m:.4.vc:.1T:.:ng.'i:ewQm'wdam6n' ' M' 'W initl2I::iiM+RMir.' .,, - -,.,- ,Me-L .. ,,,, iii. , bifiiiiiiv TEV? ff- 2111-' Y . ,, FY 4 L :1 yffk if..--V--N--, . 2-N.. ,.v,. .,..,2,,,,,,,.., , , k LJ--w.-V, .,..--i.1....2W.-.4... . AL: ' ' ' qfyw-M - ..-..x.E.,.,.,...:-2 . FRANCES PIERCE, 554 W. 4th St., Ottumwa, Ia Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, Hypatia Hexagon, Home Economics Club, Y. VV.C.A.,1IJ9K,APA. 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A., Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Missouri Club, Stephensophia Staff, Hi Beta Steppo, Fire Dept., Volley Ball and Basket Ball Teams, A P A. MIRIAM SULLIVAN, ' Bloomfield, Ia. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. ALICE LOUISE SUMMERS, Carlisle Pa Curtain Ralsers, Y W C A H1 Beta Step po, 9 T E BEATRICE TEMPLETON Caney Kan International Relations Club Y W C A Kansas Club 23 I Y GERTRUDE THOMAS 4635 Fairfield Ave Shreveport La Home Economics Club Louislana Club Y W C A 9 T E Page 70 . , . . . . ., , . , , , a o 1 n, - J n , ' 3 ' , i J x ' . . . , . , - 4 4 , . . . ., , . . . ., . , 1 . 1 . , . . , i ', 7 ' ' r ' y - - - , , . 'Y ' . . f, . . . . LH, X - JK. , u I .df is A Lx' ,r N , JW, J -f , 'K . . . 'll , S.. f If NJ ,S V, l 1 J -E .' A , ,1' ' I J Y YT' A"' -'An' ' , 4::' --f -- ff- -- ---I---AA f- , ,aff ' - - H ,....,-..-..---,-,--,-q.- ,..,... ..- , .f V '1'-' f - -- V . w . ..,. ,H ., .,. -V .',. ,M ..fv1-..1,- .. f . 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A., Hi Beta Steppo, T' 4 f 'Xxx 'qu S- 'S - Page 71 1" ,f G G my .,. ,- .,.,,,,,,,,--,m-..,,-1.,-,...,.---..,- ' , ,5zr:4imz1..Esa::s1mm.:3m5nsm".4le1v5!vm . vw -'.. f .ll .af-?5xf'111W-- 5 , vm '1' f?wT"w+?GwHf2T1f'7"' ' . , 2- . -s,...ffg.3:b.1" '.x.115..Y W .. - ..n:.,.-z:z11,aaaa2z:Lt.e::.:.sgai:ae'325:n.f4K'mzm':..J., .. .1 . A V ind VT H A wi-- A -J--f---f----D e . ..-M ...............,...-.,..,,.a... .,.-...- ,. 3 .1 , 1' '. 5 'Lv -- H , W"-'e' We """""'1v ,. ' ' ' ' ' ' 1"'r'.1 ..-Lf: w"5.I-lLfj1'.L1v "4-1: ' 511: 11'-f'Z:'T.'.1i,m:.m'...i-1...... Mfifnz. WINNIFRED VAUGHN, Monroe City, Mo. HELEN MARIE VOSS, Fletcher, Okla. Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Eastern Star Club, Qklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., A P A. MAYME E. WALTERS, 104 Ripley St., Columbia, Mo. KATHARINE AUDREY WEBB, Norborne, Mo. Glee Club, Missouri Club, A. A., Volley Ball Team. LENO-RE WEILER, 1610 Vermont Ave., Quincy, Ill. Curtain Raisers, A. A., Sec. Junior Class, Il- linois Club, Volley Ball and Hockey Teams, K A CIP, ' ROWENA WHITAKER, . Brovvington, Mo. Art Club, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A P A. VIRGINIA LEE WHITE, Taylor, Mo. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Mis- souri Club, Curtain Raisers. FRANCES VVHITESIDE, 1610 S. Boulder, Tulsa, Okla. ' Oklahoma Club, A. A., Tulsa Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hypatia Hexagon, B E O. ' RUTH WIGGS, Madill, Okla. Glee Club, A. A., 9 T E. MARTHA L. WILCoX, 519 Rock St., Hannibal, Mo. Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A. A. of J ' w l Q ' 4 s f ' I Q 5 5 S ll af ' E . tx H' iitt'r ' , mmm- X I . J . Page 72 . I . . ... X '- L ......a.. .. . E.. .,u.T.i..'--,- I J' il - I mmmmm"mQm,aQm.QaQQQ.f...QfQQgLQQWm.,WW..'CM' i"- f- WF x ,. , ..-.......,, W.- W,-.Y ....r.Q--F.---.,.,,. 1 BEN WILD, MARGARET WoLCoTT, - Spickard, lVIo. 'Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Glee Club, 0 . SeaaeL,AklWILLBRAND, MN St. Charles, Mo. AG S V. WILLIAMS, Houston, Mo. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. WINIFRED WINN, 1855 E. 16th Place, Tulsa, Okla. 5921 Oak St., Kansas City, Mo. International Relations, A. A., Y. W. C. A. Hi Beta Steppo, A P A. , NETA WOLFSON, - 1 4227 Kenwood, Kansas City, Mo. HELEN VIVIAN WOOD, 932 So. Iowa Ave., Washington, Ia. Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, A P A. MARTHA WOODBURY, . Olathe, Kan. Y. W. C. A., CID 9 K, 9 T Ei. VERA INEZ WOOLDRIDGE, Windsor, Mo. Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Home Econom- ics Club. HELEN GRENETTA YOUNG, 603 Pine St., Poplar Bluff, Mo. Art Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., H T F. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Tulsa Club, Y. W. C. A., Oklahoma Club, B E 0. l l FAYNE H. WITHERUP, 2423 E. 8th St., Tulsa, Okla. A. A., Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A., Tulsa Club, H T ll. ' BESS MCALESTER, Bovina, Miss. I li Tl I tr, '5 "l47XL I "U ,I - J' ' f- ,.'., 2 " . 5 1 , 1 , ,. I x I ', .Jfk ' Page 73 l .4 1 1 ' f 1 . W... nv-V --:1gf--ff-- , .M.""'r1fa'--f3+"r1"'v"1'1-if -2 . - av-I--W---f-Tw-f ,,,h - L.. .M-.......... M.. 55 ? 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WLLP. .-::'N:.:r1:1.::z:TT:Tz1:::m:Lxg 11::.21:g ----.4 mvwl-...N---f---,YM. .-MM-.'.-x,:,.x.4,g 4A,,.g,:,.,L.a:.gg..gQg.,,,,,ggg4: xl 'EL mf if 1 - 1 as it 1-5 vi W Q5 ai W e l? - 5 s f ,ig 1, ffo Q GJ 0 0,5 L al Sm A I: - ,L lbC er SPECIALS AND ACADE S Page 7 4 A 'r 5 .. N i X i S i S S U SVA, S ., S , Q My 1 ,W Q U W V H H Q MSW, 4 .Mae 1'-,X nf, -,,.1?V4,v.., Q. . 4,5 ,J 1, m'.E,.,,v,, W. 'L3331.!..,....WmM:::,vE,H..f,,ml g1o,f lm-"f-. X-.nl f, v s ,L .V 1 EN, - Q ,K . , 3 --'mfu 'N . --W -,f , s 4., ,A avg . Y ,, ,tp - 5 A -L 1 1 V V ,Y,M,,,,V,,.,,,,,,,,.,, , -.-...Vg-YW """""'W:f"':' 'l"f'2""" A If.,u1,4,Q3,,f-1,. :.g.:.b.,.X.. I g'?41'.,:.'u fha' ne- 'V ' GEORGIA BLEVINS, Abingdon, Ill. A. A. SELMA BREWER, West Park Silverton, St. Louis, Mo. V LO-IS COLBERT, I308'W Ioth, Oklahoma City Okla Curtaln Ralsers, Y W C A Oklahoma Clu B 2 0 FRANCES L GREEN Smlthton o MISSOUFI Club Y VV C A K A CID LULA LUCAS GREEN, Osceola, Mo LUCILE HUEY, Oxford, La ELEANOR HAULENBECK, 1044 E Dewely Ave Sapulpa Okla Oklahoma Club H1 Beta Steppo MARY LOOMIS 206 VVaugh St Columbla Mo Page 76 . , . , . . ., , . 0 G I I, . . 5 - b, . . . V ' . , y . - . , . . . . . . . I' mf' M' ' " '- f---I ' '-f-'V-fw+f-ww --'w.t,.m-H-f.f-3.1fw-:-f::1w1 mq-5wv1-m,1,3h3ZhEMixdk M:,.,,,t:k,:m C "LA"' "-'1::':zr:--Q-Y-my gvzzsufmamwf l. V w K Nagar- L, my E 5 B 1 l :pm JUSTINE MOORE 116 W. Ave. C. Hope Ark Stephensophia Staff A. A. Hi Beta Steppo Y. W. C. A. Curtain Raisers Arkansas Club I GRACE RICHARD SON A Clarence Mo Glee Club Missou1'i Club Y. W. C. A. Hi Beta Steppo, E I X HELEN SIDERS 311 N. Main St. ElD0rado Springs Mo Y. W C. A. Hi Beta Steppo Z M E ACADEMS DORIS COX, Hampton, Nebr. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS HILL Cratesworth Hotel St Louis Mo H1 Beta Steppo CORIIX IXE HALBERT y Steelville Mo RUTH KEEN Shawnee Okla Home Economics Club Hi Beta Steppo Cur- tain Raisers Oklahoma Club ELIZABETH PAXTON, 2933 Victor St., Kansas City, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo. . I --- if f I ' Q. 5 . 'Q 5 ,I Page 77 A.- -L ..,. ... ...g,.a,....a,a -'TJ I ' 'eff ..Tf'1---- 1-SS-W 1112:-.. -'- '--- . -- W- -- , N ..EFeiQ tg' WW Y I I W M W ffl' 9.2 at . Tfi.iet5-iffiifififiifiii' ummm' . D 5 ' ' 3 I Y? s v N v . J ! ' . 7 ' ! ' x 9 , 9 Q ' ! ! I ' E X , a I 1 ' ' W 1 ' '- ! ' , 3 ! ! V , Y . 2 ! ' , , . N : y ' 1 r 7 ' ...au ,,., , - A5-vw----gy.. S ' x A .. 4 F f x 3 if ? 1 4 3 is u i 5 Q 3 I 'E 3 :Y E V ai 75 M JI ' 5 Z E' 3 E5 W ? 2 V F U i' YI 53 'E A ' 1 ii . A f 31 X, 5' L I 1 255 Z' , i U lj u 2 Q ? E 1 2 21 5 35 sl if 1 1: Q iM il? W ii 5 VL ' 1 qi J 2 E , is EV iv Q :r 5 . i F, I GW I U + g . Y 2 LE 3 K M F 5 1, l f J Page 78 ii 3 'L+ LW rn V' IDA RRACKE s BA IT IN M HE GY E4 5 L i 2 S G Q I: 3 r W i 5 3 I r 'Q 5 fi ll 4: I A lx if Z i n Q E F -V..-.... 55836011227.111-i.vca-Lan-:Q:f,:1-fearslm-L11mmm:mf-2.0.1.::....:1-xnsffnu-,:4.g:,-,f.w:.-,ffm-2:mmfri:--f-mmf.: v .,,..,.,,.,H,,ff,:- f-.,K.3,.....f-Q.L...Y,ff.- ,-ran" DEPARTMENTS W K ' W ,. , awww an WEN 'W 'MEA 'L M 'gf' 4 R 1,4 X w 3 'S -. A r in fx .., , x -fn -ff AS ---4 f W- ' f'Q.1-'.."T"ll.' 1'.'sI,'LJ':1 QJI 1i"l'Ai"'fX C+ " F- I " ' ' ' 'M' ' S J JT ' A tl' ti KJ I I I 1 I I I LM-M Am W, f 1- . .L A , UQ? f Wi l 3 1 "" fQQi1lf.fgf,f,QffQQQ,ffQ- WQQQQ, llf 0 A .g-',gi.7i .1XISQLLQZIlttflfQ':tiE1ll2t.J.f1,,L1,:l.2,z..f:, I il 1 4 1 Y BIOODY BAKER BURRALL WILD C. W. I. C. president ML ------ H -------, .--,-,,,. ,-,- - - -DORTHY BURRALL Secretary ----- -F--- ---,-- -----,. , , , ,.., .,... B E TTY BAKER SECTIONS Presidents Secretaries ' DORTHY BURRALL GRACE LOUISE CRAIG JUSTINE MOORE BETTY BAKER VELMA SHELDON MARG.ARET XVOLCOTT ALICE MARIE MARTELL ANNABEL PRATT PAULINE BALDWIN DORTIiY DYER I FRANCES LEA MARY LOUISE GIBBONS i SARA GRIRIES HESTER ENGLE JULIA DICKSON PAULINE IJANDREY Q I FORTNIGHTLY CLUB President .......... .........-......-.. H ELEN PAULINE MOODY Secretary ............. .-.............. lN IAURINE SMITH SECTIONS Presidents Secretaries HELEN PAULINE MOODY BIAURINE SMITH F LAURA BEN WILD LOUISE MCBRIDE A VIOLA LIEGEE LEILA HEMPHIIIL I Page 81 it . is E E I 5-A ---A A--W ..,,. .i,. . HULL.. ..,...., .--.--.fAW.--f-2--w--aww-1C'I'f"Y" " 7 B' ' L, fff g w' .L f" fmA' , f ' L' Rf,4i,,.eMJ,,REud-,f QUEATQE ,gmail f V 1 ..,..-"w'J.,.,'-F-1.-.?1TJ..i'.1 .SgZf"'IL'gSgvg..g,.va f "..,i ""i1i1'LZ ,x N il 1 K 2 V l 5 E V 1 Il l N 1 1 1 . .. View-f-V'-f-:-fT'ioff'p'r"'f'f""T:f":"'iA-frff'ff-:"7'1t"i'I'T""T7T9'X"i .. . ..- ,. I. up J-lvl, ......,-U.,-.1-7 2- QT..-N-f,.w , -H-Q.--L, .iTg'1,'5f3 " 31 ...a-.,.,.- A - ek 'E .4 D eff: X4 H . '-' f .,,,...-... v-'f . RELIGIOUS ED UCA TION Stephens firmly believes in the fourfold girl and makes every effort to secure the all-round development of its students but particularly does it stress the spiritual side of life since that is the part so commonly neglected. It would like to impress on every girl who comes in contact with the school that religion is a perfectly normal, ordinary thing that should have a place in every normal life. The religious depart- ment of Stephens with Miss Jessie Burrall at its head has thoroughly co-ordinated its work in order to reach every girl on the campus. - All Juniors are required to take a two hour course in Religious Fundamentals. This is a brief survey of the Bible and the underlying principles of christianity. Then four evenings in the week vespers are held in the auditorium. These services are very quiet and reverent and come to mean a great deal in the life of the school. The girls themselves usually take part, giving Bible verses, sentence prayers, or short talks as they are called for. During Miss Burrallis absence in the latter part of April the sororities each took charge of a service. There have been some very fine speakers at vespers this year, such as Doctor Gilkey, of Hyde Park Baptist Church, Chicago, Ill., Doctor E. D. Burton, Pres. of Chicago University and Luther W. Smith, of Boston, Mass. On Wfednesday evenings the music department of the college takes charge of vespers, thus giving a great deal of variety to the program. Miss Burrall's class draws most of the Stephens girls along with a. large num- ber of University students. The class is a lively organization and one of the largest in the United States, numbering over one thousand members. This winter Miss Burrall's successor as a teacher in Washington, D. C., Mrs. W. S. Abernathy, visited the class in Columbia and gave a very fine talk. Another distinguished visitor was Doctor Allyn K. Foster, visiting pastor among Baptist Colleges. He talked both at Sunday School and vespers, besides meeting with smaller groups of Stephens girls Page 82 AzL4vm:Q...,Emnv - - AA - f nmsg, f..na-1-aagcin.-1:r:g.:1f.L'.:re-r...:::z::-.L .., sr:-2.2,-:v:t,i":': 4Lir:'r7g':':T!1i-vztfffi .1'::.fft:':gsi: 1:1 4- Ki, to talk over college problems. At Christmas time the class had' a special program with real Christmas trees and Christmas music. It also donated to the Charities of the community. Another nice thing about the Christmas season for Stephens girls was the tree which Miss Burrall had placed on the campus, as is her usual custom. It was lighted every night with bright colored bulbs and the girls enjoyed singing carols about it, even if the air was frosty and the tree covered with ice. A month or so after Christmas the class picture was taken. Easter there was another special service although many of the Stephens girls were outlof town. At various times during the year the Y. M. C. A., the Engineers, and the Seniors attended in a body and were given special recognition in the class discussion. The Sunday be fore Easter was "Go to Sunday School Day" and the class had some high per centages among the sororities, fraternities and various houses which attended in a body. In order that a personal contact may be possible Miss Burrall meets weekly with a leadership group and 'a prayer group. These meetings are very brief, inti mate, and satisfying V Stephens in accordance with the expansion of the College in every other way, has purchased the First Baptist Church on Broadway just across from the main Campus. This beautiful old brick church with its pointedspires, stained glass win do-ws, ivy covered wall, surrounding shrubs, and a green sweep of lawn is one of the beauty spots of Columbia. It will be used as a chapel by ihe college One could hardly review the work of the past year without mentioning Miss Penningtonis faithful service during Miss Burrall's illness in the fall. She even taught the Sunday School class and in every way kept things going as they should have gone. Altogether the year of 1922-23 has been a splendid one in the history of Stephens in a religious way as well as in other more tangible achievements Page 8 Q V 1 J .-11:1-zines.-nzf::.:g A' ...-"".:9Z11'1'1' :'::!"zw-:rfffee-v-nff"ffi?m1,' 1-1'--'--f-"Aw F i'iL-"F'F32,.,mrsae1 Tw3:a':':z1?fr:-vv.v.r:v:fv, . .J t' -, - Q , ., . ' .mag-5 .,1,.:,+'e ,.f.f -W., ' H MEF-r a51z5QiXK !ggJWmv -. Q , , , 1 1 , L Wm ,pf -, Nw' V zwir. , 1.3, Lf? 35 ,ZA az awww? A P: .L . , , uf" ' 'ln-3 "Amr ff 1 A 1 Q wif. 1 , , .1 ,W ,-, Wm ' 'ff' -4' . .... ' A Page 84 "" :' 'f - 'f' ' ' . .., - X Mvv-2u.1..n:z:f..Wm.,,:.:-:x:s:usvz1:sa4-fm.1-pggy.- PUBLIC SPEAKING ' The aim of this department is fourfold, first and fundamentally, to give stu- dents such training as will producea pleasing modulation of voice and distinctness in pronunciation, second, to give training in public speaking, particularly the tvpes of speaking demanded in va11ous phases of club work and rel101ous activitv, and to cultn ate through such training the poise, initiative, and conversational ease neces sary to the most effective work as a club Woman or a community leader, third, to give tra1n1n0' in all the phases of dramatics through active participation in play pio duction and management fourth, to give special training in expiession to those students who expect to become professional readers This department maintains a voice clinic for speech defects, it conducts a training school for oflicers of student activities and through its own departmental club, The Curtain Raisers, it fosters an interest in dramatlcs and pioduces waiious plays during the school year, in the auditorium and I ittle Theater The Little Theatei IS the scene of many of the activities of the Public Speaking Depaitment Here every Mondav afteinoon at 5 o clock the evpiession students hold then Weeklv recital Here also are gn en the weekly performances of one act plays which are coached by members of the Dramatic Interpretation class Thes plays are criticized and then piesented at a meetino' of the Curtain Rfnseis The formal opening of the Little Theater will be held the latter pmt of the school Vefu lane 65 I1 si qi il m if gg L fzilbi. 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' ORCHESTRA f MUSIC The music department of Stephens has done some very fine, outstanding things this year. An effort has been made to put good music within the reach of every Stephens girl, whether she is specializing in music or not. In the fall and winter months, the faculty of the department gave a series of five concerts on Sunday afternoons. These programs included modern, romantic, classical, and popular selections. The members of the faculty appearing were- Mr. Gauntlet, Miss Beach, Miss Kagy, Miss Erickson, Miss Farrah, Miss Graham, and Miss GoodSmith. During the last six weeks of school the students gave a similar series of con- certs every Sunday afternoon. Both Juniors and Seniors participated. This year the music department did something unique in its history by taking charge of VVednesday evening vespers. The members of the faculty often played or sang selections which were discussed and explained before in order that the stu- dents might develop a sense of musical appreciation. Un one occasion, Dr. P. C. Luther of Northwestern University School, of Music at Evanston, Illinois spoke on Page 86 VI, LTL. . -.1 V., AY.. V-.- ,. ...........,....,l..1L.......,wAAwM ,A-, , Q """"- fa- rv ' " - f' ' -A . - V-,.-' .-1-- 2-Nw'-Q. rr' -' ' 'nz sf. a W --.-W-L few- '-W---fM.,f..v,-HW-..1 ,M li , ,w ..t .M , n 4, T ,N ,W H 1 L-.a,... , . , . ' - , 'C , ll QQ! '1 51 U'-41-.V X P, 1 - --'A---A-A---'HM--Wmfqew QA f ' 1 ' ' ' " 151 'sniqfv J ,rj,lg3,l'U1,5fKj,,pf 'p-+w-wf----M-A2--ff-fe-'W N--nm--M CHORUS hymnology mtroduclng new hvmns and commumty smgmg At another tlme, Mrs Waddell of Columb1a sang Mr Pommer, formerly professor of muslc 1n the Un1 Vers1ty of MISSOUTI talked on h1s expeuences as a student of p1ano 1n V1enna Wh1lC L1S7t, Brahms, Schumann and Wagner were at thelr pr1me In Januarv the Glee Club gave a concert 1n the college aud1tor1um The last number was a Cl11I1C9P song dramatlzed w1th costume and some Very clew er stage propertles On March 19 the Glee Club made a trlp to Jefferson C1ty to g1VC a radlo concert at stat1on W O S Great numbers of messages were recelved from those who had enjoyed the program, some comlng from as far as Nota Scot1a, Newfound land Saskatchewan, MHIHC, Florlda, Montana and Porto RICO MISS Farrah NTISS Brelos TVIISS Kagy, and Mr Gauntlet took part The Glee Club and Chorus hate been act1ve all w1nte1 at xespers and Sunday School, helplng whenevfr needed They were greatly 1n demand durlng the last few weeks of school for Stephens rlghtly Kalues the 1mportance of muslc 1n 1tS cur rlculum ' J ., ' ' - ' ' Yr ' U 0 1 - . . 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' .1 ART To create in every Stephens, girl knowledge and appreciation of things artis- tiff, is to make real not only the Seventh Stephens Ideal, "an appreciation of the beautiful,', but the other Nine Ideals as well. "Forcef'ulness in accomplishing what one sets out to do," "Health" which brings to- one a desire for finer things, "I-Ionestyn whose name in Art is originality, "Reverence for the spiritual," and the weaving of spiritual values in interpreting Art, "Doing'the thing one would rather not do,', the long hours of practice and development of technique thru earnest, concentrated work, "Dedication to womanly service," in learning and using the essentials of Art in every-day living, "Maintainance of a cheerfulness of manner and a happy outlook on life," these Art certainly brings. The Art Department has gone far in making these Ideals an integral part of every girl's life. Art has been made interesting and worthwhile for the majority instead of only a talented few. The girls, themselves, have realized the great need of correlating Art with every other phase of a girl's education. For all girls need a workable knowledge of costume designing and interior decorating, subjects which belong primarily in the sphere of the woman. g To make something useful as we-ll as ornamental is not always an easy task. But these two qualities, formerly considered hostile to each other, have been success- fully allied in the Stephens Art Studio this year. The satisfaction and pride that comes when one has made something both practical and attractive are experienced in Art Craft work, book-making, tie-dyed work, batick, and baske-try. There are so many things for nimble fingers and clever brains. Art Craft, more than any other course in Art, tests one,s originality and resourcefulness. Art offers fascinating and unexplored fields to those who seek Beauty. There is a world of wealth in loveliness and fineness along myriad by-ways. And we believe that every girl has the right to explore. ' Page 89 , ,, , ,. -, -f W -, . . -W 7 , ,. W- - . .ff --r-.f1,,,,-.K -,. -,g:,'-,fp -fzm .H W .114-. :z-"W-'u:::-'w-:f1::z4a- f:::rra::::r::': " 71:15 I.. .,.-'zzngpfmfrwwni fh,:':1w1:Az:':-V-1 I i 1 i r . i 5 t V 1 9 l I I l 0 i l 1 I l I I . r n l A . E , l 1 P f V I I I I I I V ! ,. ,,........-x..XJ J1'7'Z-'1.'3E'J2E.T!X Page 90 f - fu- 2 4 in ' 1 " Qfqr 5..,,.'-L w .-"Y 5' fl , " +-,A--W-P,,..xA,1 ,,,,, 7, Y mi, ,Y V Y- ig.--I,---S -- L Y W 1-- -1 W 'W - gf" 7 ' ,yBa:53,,g3,:m,,.2mg,,, ,f,f,,,.,?1-- M qmy5qn9Q14.mwe zmtzMm:'.::maznmm. QmQJ:a:mr unmwm 'i 4 'Z Q e 1 ,T - L I 5 7 it L Q s 2 F E X in N it , P 1 ii V ! y I .V,!.g555T:.g QlQ,.gAy:fw!,1glj,1L'i'f1Cg2I'jL.T:fT':ifjf V LMLAWMALJ JJ, ,ap 5 .agen ,fl g gr. ,ag gf lqsQ.!, U '3 " --, 5:2 "-QT: 'mffitirfv' fi 'ff' 11 HOME EcoNoM1cs The purpose of this department is fourfoldg namely, QU to give young women an intelligent appreciation of the important occupations of home makingg to train their aestheticltastes in the selection of clothing, the preparation of foods, and the decoration of the home, and to broaden their outlook in life by consideration of the social and economic factors Wihich govern the home 5 to give the technical ability to apply the various processes taught in the selection and preparation of foods,-,in the selection and construction of clothing, and the efficient management of the home towards a serviceable and happy livingg and ULD to prepare students to teach Home Economics in the elementary andvsecondary schools. The aim of the department is to make the fundamental principles underlying the technique of the practical work function in everyday life. It isimore vital for the student to know how to choose wisely and to learn to appreciate and enjoy home activities thoroughly than to have merely a high degree of technical ability. i . y Page 91 ,,,.,, 7, , , .K ,, ,. , at , at--f-1-Q .1-ff-as i..z2ix.ifaa:r.44g.i-c-em11f:"'1awgmffkzf,xi 2nf3vTmIi rf. E aw, fx- Q1 - ,, 11-.-.1-.-..-.L -cr..-.',....n -..,.,., .. -. f 5-gffyf'-.Vg .,,,,,, ,, . K 4,1 is ., -.1 v, ,.,:, ,, ., My 1 , - fr, -lm. n pm x T' M ..., ,N .,m , , ,.,'G-,J-'1'B1! .Z1 ' 1..-J :L . .Q , ,,1-.,-L .X ..- -T . , ,,,,,W,,,.1 5 Q 3 , 9 , V A A F i 31 ww u 3 . 3 ,- Page 92 A w 1 w x I I W 1 A 3 M 4, N 4 w 1 l 1 R ' x w : I 1 , , w ja X f f I i ? 3 w I Y 4 . -Q ,k......,.,-.,, -M, , 3 v,a-a,l1nr4wnweua-in.qn.m4xnsaau:uuemmumcm1uu.wf-f.f.3-z.,: f-1f-- - ef mf.v:sf:: .zrvrz :f-vi"-'H 11:11 --...V - 11' 1: .:s,-:nw-1,e'Av.nJ:rfkm 115: Jr-fe:m:W 5' 'yd-7 ff, -,,.,-H,-,,,,:,,:,,,,A 'fl-:v.:ge1':::n1:m:r:.i2.4.::K4f.s3:.:r:1+1fiv4zx-:'aufzviumazmxifxawgi 59 J 7 W 5 ,:, .I , . Q , 2 f 2 3: is sf 1 as gui fi 1 1 3 I I I fi i E 9 , N E 11 'A i ' .s . il. , if M r :Q il if l I 1. f l Q Y 4 ' I l u is l i i l 1 fx 5 . N. uw at gs is hiiaiicil ziT""'a'4'-1.. ff an-1---' Q. wi-if , . . K . , , lr-4 -' ,lfirfffni T v C'iW Qffi 'fYfl1CM'fTf'7 7' 'C' T 11T1"- ' l'1v.'1 if 1, 5-J l K ff! 24 HGH' Nl effll-5 A Q, ,, ,.,:,, .e,,gQf,,J.,i SCIENCE The work offered in the Science department of Stephens College is planned to give balance to the curriculum since a course elected entirely from literary subjects could not be complete. Chemistry and three biological sciences, botany, zoology, and physiology, are offered. The chemistry courses are designed to serve three types of studentsg first, the student who is taking the subjects as a part of the work in her regular literary course and who wgants a good perspective of the essentials of the subject as a broad- ening factor in her cultural experiencesg second, the student who- has a home eco- nomics maj or or a medical course in View and finds chemistry one of the fundamental requirements and whose need is especially the chemistry leading up to household chemistry or to the chemistry of physiological relations and nutritionsg third, the student who hopes to major in science and has planned to continue her work in a professional or technical school. It is the aim of the department of biological science to aid the student in acquiring a more thorough knowledge of the plant and animal kingdoms by a careful study of a few of their typical representatives and of the natural laws governing biological process. Cf the course in physiology it may be said that its particular purpose is to give young women a good understanding of the human mechanism and a background for good care and appreciation of the human body. This course is of especial interest to students majoring in Home Economics and Physical Educa- tion and is limited to seniors, preferably those who have had a course in General Zoology. Every course offered in the Science Department is a practical course that links its broadening influence ,directly with the works of other departments. Since the part played by this particular department has proved very important in the cur riculum of the school it is natural that it should have had a phenomenal growth The number of hours o-f science offered has increased from thirteen to twentv six in two years. In order to take care of the increased enrollment in science courses and to provide the very best modern equipment for the convenience of the students four new laboratories on the third floor of Science Hall will be in use next Vear. Two of these laboratories accommodating one hundred and twenty people will be given over to the Chemistry Department with a lecture room as well. The other two lab oratories will be used for the biological sciences. It was hoped that the new rooms would be ready for use this year but although they were not completed the Science Department has showed a remarkable growth I age 95 .1 . J .. 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PHYSICAL EDUCA TION EVERY DAY EXERCISES Exercises numbered 1 to S are for everybody to take each day. .,... ,.,..-,,,-- --,,,----- 1 ' 0 min. Exercises marked Za, 3a, 4a and 6a are taken in 3.ClCl1tl0I1 to the others by students of poor posture. ------,-----,----,,---------5 min. more. 1. DEEP BREATHING. Arms raised forward upward, push sideward downward with arms .well back. Inhale on upward movement and exhale as arms are pushed down. ------------------ 10 times, 2. .ARM FI.ExIoN. Arms forward bend. Fling arms outward with energy and bring them to bend. -..-------,,-,---,-,--,,--------V-10 times. 211. MUSCULAR OPPOSITION. Lock Iingefs behind head and push forward, keeping elbows far back. At the same time push backward hard with the head. Relax and repeat. -,-- 5 times. 3. SUPINE LYING. Lie on back and bend both knees up close to the body. Straighten them upward. Lower legs slowly to floor, toes pointed hard. -------,--,----,-,---,--,,,-,---10 times. 3:1. ARM THRUSTING. Arms in thrust position. Thrust sideward. Return to thrust position and thrust upward. Keep elbows straight, bring arms forward downward and continue as far back as possible, returning to upward position 'over head. -------------- 10 times. 4. TRUNK TWIST. Arms forward. Fling both arms to left and downward with energy, twist trunk to left at the same time. Alternate right. ------,,-------,,.,,-------,mu--10 times. 411. DEEP BREATHING. Place a yard stick behind the shoulders and inhale, rising on toes. Ex- hale lowering heels. --------g----- 10 times. 5. SHOULDER BLADE MOVEMENT. Lock arms behind shoulders. Bring shoulders forward and back with energy. ,,.,...,,,,,-,,,,,M,-, 10 tunes. 6. DEEP IQNEE BEND. Hands on hips. rise on toes, bend knees until sitting on heels. Rise on toes again and lower heels. Keep body erect when knees are bent. --,,.,--,-g-,------- 10 times. 611. LIETING EXERCISES. Clasp the hands behind and a little above knees. Try to lift them. Relax and repeat. -------------. 5 times. 7. TRUNK FLEXION. Bend trunk forward touching finger tips to the Hoor and keeping knees straight. --,,-,,--,--,.--,,-,---,,--,,-,--10 times. 8. DEEP BREATHING. Place hands on hips so that the thumbs are forward and the fingers are on the small of the back. Push forward with hands and backward with elbows. Rise on toes at same time and inhale deeply, lower heels and exhale. Relax and repeat. --------g---,,-- 10 times. I 1 I The above "Every Day Exercises" strike the keynote of the aims of the physical education department, and the means employed in attaining them. The department has planned a type of work which will be beneficial to all the girls in school. It not only gives the girls who are physically superior an opportunity to display and increase their powers, but also gives the girls who are less gifted a chance to im- prove and build up their whole physi- cal constitution. The Work of the de- partment is also of such a nature that it will be beneficial to the girls in their life after they leave school. With these two ends in view, -the physical -education department offers the "Every Day Exercises," the re- laxation exercises and the health card. The first exercises are not violent, but corrective and strengthening. All the girls in the department are required to take eight every day g those girls who are trying to correct round shoul- ders or poor posture, take four addi- tional exercises. The relaxation ex-X ercise was tried out and found to be very successful. The student lies down and relaxes totally for fifteen minutes, trying to rest her mind as well as her body. The exercises should be taken toward the middle of the day, and prove to be valuable in counteracting the strain of college life. U The health card is simply a guide for sane living. It forbids the eat- ing of candy and sweets between meals, requires the student to eat three meals an day and advocates regu- lar sleeping hours and plenty of outdoor exercises. Girls who are working for S sweaters may gain points by keeping their health cards. , By impressing these habits of exercise, relaxation, and careful eating upon the girl when she is in school, it is believed that she will carry them with her throughout her life, and w-ill thus become a healthier, happier, more eflicient woman. In class work, the department gives free exercises, light apparatus work, march- ing, and tactics, and sports in their season. Volley ball, hockey, basketball, and tennis form a cycle of activities which engage the Stephens girl from fall until spring. Swimming and rythm are popular throughout the year. The sports and swimming are emphasized not only in class work but on competitive teams, interclass and inter- sorority. A clear mind, a clean, sound body, a spirit of openness, fair play, loyalty, and good sportsmanship, these are the ideals which the physical education department seeks to implant in every Stephens girl. Page 95 r 'Peter' I-z - M:-:z - ta. : 1- ::.gg.1 s.-:' 11111: ::'m::.m:a:Q::san,-::nz.:fee:,:..E.z1:sm:::..a..-'w'1az...4.,. 1a:"3mrs1::v:e'.:r:f::L:.::1:fe:,':e3friz2:'.si.z:-sr-..z:1.:'.I:.'nwIxz1-se4sv. fa v V ,H ,K P V, , , M rv k A A, V Y H n M W 5 'I..,-:',,l5f4Ls-R43:-14--1:-4Afa,f---5-wr-,3-433141 " -'g'-,",,w' jjg-' gl gg, H ' ,,.. 'Lili Aman-:fw.w.L.rmagL...-.,. .-..A.M,,,.. 5.,,,,,,A,,,,,k,,,3,,ga,A,V,gm-. zmwxj L,.'g,M,l.,.ifg3 QW if 5 ,L H V . - V I-M W Nwwk--A.N,M'. 5 M W W 5 ,.......M..A.0.,.,.mw.,m,,.,.,,.-,:N,1..M.m,,,Q,M, N , ,Q ,m,.,M,:, Iii i.g":w1j',-www ,z fi: , " 1, K i ' 'I ' iff 1 A i W 5 -:L',fL.,f.-f?i'i.ii-:m,.:,:.:f1.-211:-f ..,f, - r 24 1 1 , s W 1 Y Page 96 uzmxv."..:.':.'r:'.1::LY.'f'-.....-:r.L-3:--4..,..,.1.-.,. 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J QQ' -4 Jgfffl KVM! if S 177717 'f 5 lf f::mFy"kf'i",,,5127,'','bQ'ff'7-. fRGAN!ZQ,T5QNS m W- , ,, R, win. f . 5, af 4. ,Q ' 'Yi H., ,, , Q-V 4 Md, E. 13 'sa . ,, - Q ,. .gr 1, 1 4 3 , J 1 '-y-Ii 51-u 4, ' "ls -Q W I . .i ,W Q A ,155 , 23, 4, .gy t . if, CIVIC LASSOCIATION Page 99 l L i 1, 1. w. i la V NA N I3 is li 11 I f fe J fi xi Y W Q L w 3 22 W . 1 E s w 5 5 1 E Xa 3 w, 1 I 5 iN lk 1 R E 5 5 il Ei m 1 i M f, 5 Y T 5 I i 2 H U H N fl I, Q THE CIVIC ASSOCIAFION OF STEPHENS COLLEGE 'lhe Cixiic Association was established for the purpose of giving the students of Stephens College an opljortunity to develop leadership and to fit themselves to take their places in life as good citizens with a full knowledge of the organization and work of their town, state, and national government, through experience with a similar. miniature organization. The Civic Association coordinates all of the ac tivities on the campus. It makes them work as a unit-to carry out some worth while ideas, instead of each fostering a movement of little importance All busi ness pertaining to the student body is transacted by the cabinet with the cooperation of a faculty committee The plan of organization is simple and eflective. Just as our national Ofov ernment coordinates all smaller departments and makes each person a citizen, the Civic Association coordinates the smaller departments and clubs and makes each stu dent a member ' There 'ire four sub-divisions operating under charters granted by the Civic Association. The Self-Government Division interprets and enforces the laws, the Y. VV C. A. carries out a program of social service work, religious activities, and social functions, the Student Activity Board, made up of representatives from each club on the campus, apportions to each club its privileges in the annual piogramg and the Pan Hellenic Division, made up of representatives from each social sorority, purposes to maintain high standards in the social life at Stephens The legislative branch of the Civic Association consists of . Cabinet-Civic Association officers and presidents of four sub-divisions Legislature-Cabinet and a representative- from each group 3. Groups-of about fifteen members and formed geographically in each-dor- mitory. 4. Mass Meetings-assembly of entire student body, or of all members of Civic Association for formal discussion and voting. A proposed measure must pass each of these bodies before becoming a law. QA student rulej. Animated elections are held in April with their questionnaires, electioneering, campaigning, mass meetings, and snake dances for officers of the Civic Association from members of the incoming Senior class. The Civic Association has been in existence for two years and in that time in- credible things have been done in regard to its wfork and organization. This, year it fostered the ten ideals and strove to make them individual ideals. The Cabinet members were hostesses at a formal and informal reception, and at a formal and informal tea. For the first time the Civic Association participated in the Mis- souri University Home-Coming Day Parade by providing five floats. The Civic Association Picture fund was established. In order to renew its Grantiof Power from the faculty, the Civic Association revised its constitution and that of each of its departments. The final important undertaking of the Civic Association for 1923, was the unique pageant given during Commencement week. As Stephens grows, the Civic Association functioning as a typical "out in the world," "out of college" institution will grow. We, the present members trust that the future growth may be as rapid, and successful, and as full of tangible and intangi- ble results as the past two years have been. . Page 100 L....,..... ......,.......,.-.--...---.,.,.m.i...,-.,W- .... a.......-...-.i ....... ...--.. A -in A , I M am ws,-1-'-'-ff . .N ff' Gmif ff- -'- Fve:x:m.T19ff:r.::-sf FH Awww .-... J.a.Ji,.i-s.Ma.-.,..i,,,. ,,,...,.,... -.. .N...1.w. . .Q L K. L Xa:-xg J., :JE V 'Lim' lp A' M ,:,.........a....-....-.------M---. - 'rj --W---We -N. - , -v-- --fm M- 'G'-'M A W, ., ,Q,5iQ.-F jk y rg- :o,,.,.. ::-3-x:'-L- I 1, a r 'I Y ' ill . 1 1 , . i 4 . 3 O . 1 A I 1 - X r . . v V . . c f 5 - c ' 9 N1 - 1 c ' D , . Q . N. . 'a1wBz :mvwJLfw,...f4..fs.n ...-... ,, if -..,..1 .s...1...i.n.a,f...w4.en se.as:c..n1J.:ac.:.'sz':.:1a:m:x.z's.sar.'1mL'mxamzzss5.-fs:1, ni- ra ., f. , - ......, . .. f . -. ff. .: w ' .' ,gf-,.i.4..l V537 ffl 7553?'f'ff".Tfff'77"f"'1:-rf -. 'ef miami U :URI A ew 'sw . H fm STUDENT GOVERNMENT DIVISION OFFICERS President. ------ ------ ---- ---- - - 7 -----. - -BIARGUERITE MUEGGE Vzce-Preszdent .,-, ------- ------- ------- - - H ELEN JONES Secretawf ------- ------ ------- ---- -..-. - - H 0 LMAN PARSONS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairman ------ ----- J ------- T ---- -----.. B I ARGUERITE' NIUEGGE SeC7'eta7'3l ------ ------- -------- -...... - - - HOLMAN PARSONS 14SS'iStll'l'Lt S6C7'6tLl7'y .....-- ------- ---.------ J EONORA HINKLE ICY PURCELL, VVILMA ELLIOTT, HELEN JONES HOUSE PRESIDENTS DOROTHY ALEXANDER LEONORA HINIKIIE WILMA ELLIOTT CHRISTINE HOUGIJIDON FAYNE WITHERITP MINNIE MEANS, 1st semester Icy PURCELL ' ERMA VVARREN, 1st semester Student government at Stephens has been a success this year. The honor system has been put into practical force and is fast proving its worth, due to the coopera- tion of all the students in making it a success. But it is not yet perfect. NO change bearing so vitally upon college life can be made in two years. It must grow and become incorporated into college standards. Future years may bring about an honor system which will prove to all that this form of student government is workable and successful. ' Page 101 Page 102 Top row-GOUEELOCK, LAKE, DOME, BAKER Second row-H0oKEY, EVANS, Roma, BRETCH Third row-DAGGS, TOMLINSON, PARKER Fourth row-HAAs, KAHN, BRADY, HUGHES Bottom row-MULHOLLAND, PAINTER, KILLIAN, CHEYNEY STUDENT ACTIVITY DIVISION The Student Activity Division is composed of all clubs and organizations not included under social sororities, Y. VV. C. A. or the Student Government Division. The ideal of this division is to develop girls who will be leaders in Stephens and who will also be able to be successful leaders in various activities after they have left college. With this aim in view, under the auspices of the board, an Officers Train- ing School in Parliamentary Law was established for the training of all the of- ficers. The second aim is to raise an ideal social calendar and to see that each girl belongs to several clubs rather than taking a passive part in every activity on the campus. ' It is the duty of the board to foster or reject new organizations, to define the aims and functions of the respective organizations and to initiate programs for all clubs. The board has the power to specify the time and place of meetings and of special stunts. OFFICERS . President ....... Vice President -- Secretary .... Treasurer --- Academy Class --- Athletic Association Art Club ........ Colorado Club .... Eastern Star -- French Club -- Glee Club ....... IIypatia Hesvagon - International Relations -- Kansas Club ........-. Missouri Club ....... Oklahoma Club --- Phi Theta Kappa --- Senior Class ..... Junior Class ..-. Iowa Club ......- Sorores Arcales --- GRACE TOMLINSON ----EDNA BRETCH JENNIE V. PAINTER BERTHA HAAS PAULINE CIIENEY JULIA DICKSON HELEN ROBB ' ANNA lVTAUDE EVANS AZALIA KILLIAN I TRENE KAHN ELIZABETH HUGIIES MARGARET DAGGS JENNIE V. PAINTER MAE HOOKEY NADINE DOME NELSENE CORNELIUS BERTHA HAAS LOUISE BRADY BETTY BAKER VIOLA BTULHOLLAND GRACE TOINILINSON W Junior League of Women Voters -- ---EDNA BRETCH Hi Beta Steppo ---- -,,, ,-.. - - -VERNIE GOUDELOCK Home Economics Club ..... - ---MARY ELIZABETH LAKE Q Page 103 'F' "TM"-ml 7 ffxlriibl: ,.,,....w21k,,-5-:,,:fgy3A74' -n-Egfr" r::1:':r:::.'.m uf:mms1:1:'Emsiu1f1'..'a'v.mzgs.I:nzrugrzrrwzp. ,ef-' f-Eff-f-1-Af--A-A-,-.V-f-fA---w-A,.--,Aa 2v:f.s,u.-L.::z-m-cm:-":fvv-:L A- -A , ...-,f... .,.....-....., es., m,.......i!Y'.4'.E , I 5 E I :I W 1: 13 I 5 1 1 T1 v. J eg- 'o f qiiiai-wit " ' AW if 185111511':ikAWiLiN"v'i 'ii mf.iBsssI1s:4z:e' "",,.q.J-f"'f' EQ,-.-fmIIf-lfffffq-fm,psy-.ff.ri:,f:'.v 5' ' , ,A L, ,.,,, Mn, " "t"""'t'A'i" If-L .. " " f 2 . ' : ' .rw Y 4 "W ' ........,..,.-...., Y. J.: E 3e,g,Z:ig5,.N.Q:.1,E 73, 5 ,.1tzg,:,, Top ro. -SWITZER, ELSON, PURCELL, CRAIG. - Second IOWTRILEY, LEE, VAN NOY. Bottom 1'0W-'CUNNINGHAM, KEENS, COMES, JOURNEY. -YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION President ...... g-- EVA LEE V-ice President --- ICY PURCELL Secretary ,,-,, DOROTHY SWITZER T,-gasuq-g.r ,,-,,,... MARGUERITE RILEY Representative .............. ..-. MORA CUNNINGHAM Chairman of Social Committee ......... T--- LOUISE ELSON Chairman of Social Service Committee ....... JULIA COMES Chairman of World Fellowship ...... .,.. E LIZABETH JOURNEY Chairman of Finance .......... .... M ARGARET CRAIG Chairman of Zllembership .... .... K ATHRYNE VAN NOY Chairman of Publicity .... .... D OROTHY KEENS - After enrolling in Stephens College, "Big Sisterv was first to write to you and tell you how glad she was that you were coming to Stephens. And it was with a happy heart that you-the "Little Sister," answered the age-Old question, "How do you look?" The Big Sister'Movement was started by the Young Women's Christian Association, and it has been the source of driving away homesickness, blues, and melancholy from many, many unhappy girls 'who were away from home for the first time. To be a "Big Sister" is the longing of all "Little Sisters" and to have been Page 104 i ...'.:. ami -M -Li.Ig:f.Q.L.i.::i. M: 'L,LL...Qu: f f , ... .. Q a "Big Sister" is the cherished thought of all Senior girls. The Big Sister Movement is an idea that carries forward throughout the school year, the democratic spirit and friendliness of old girls. 3 Y. YV. C. A. means still more than Big and Little Sisters. It has a definite purpose and that is its threefold aim: Y ' To bring young women to Christ. i To build young women for Christ. l To send young women out for Christ. Y. VV. Parties were gay and festive and it was almost like home jco have a real birthday dinner given by the Y. VJ. Girls for you. Y. WV. meetings were cozy, fire- side, programs in which girls' questions were discussed. Christmas Yule Service was a most impressive ceremony which created a spirit of holiness, reverence, and service in every girl. l VVhen we think of all our happy Y. 'W. programs, parties, and services, we reach this conclusion: W It creates a friendliness between all girls regardless of sect, creed, color or race. It sets a standard of moral support and public opinion, and gives us a wholesome standard of fun. It imitates leadership. It moulds girls' ideals for future service. It enlarges world fellowship and it recognizes Jesus Christ as our ,personal Savior and source of our power and strength. ' i ' K l VALENTINE BIRTI'IDAY DINNER Page 105 i li ' A . . ., . . .,,., e. ..-.. ..,.f. , -- -ffww...'- a. - f f ' Z1'i"fvz'1 'EEI?,7-3.KZ 1FdQ7TEff2!i.7f..fy"BFxY k 7Q.2e 4,, f., ,3f'-m1 ,f, . mfrury' 1.::5:-"f-- 5 --1.1 '-f ' 1"S'3T"T," mi 'fill' Eli' E Q-2 -sf ' q,-----.........-..-.-.,,--...-.-..-.-,- --------we-MM--H V.-M 'R ----W-A -N-'ff'-M'-if fwfgjg , gzflg-..,Q,. ,i,,-I j'j,.g:g,, ' Top TOWYALEXANDER, FRENCH, FRANKLIN, BUCKINGHAM. Bottom row-HAHN, STEBBINS, McCoMBs. I 1 PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL President .... ---HELEN STEBBINS T Vice-President --- ---LELIA HAHN Secretary H ---ALLETA FRENCH Treasurer -- ---ELIZABETH ALEXANDER fLE'r'rY FRANKLIN Other Members --- ---4 FRANCES BUCKINGHAM LHAZEL MCCOMBS Faculty Advisor -- ---MRS. CALLOWAY Pan Hellenic Council is the group of sorority representatives that governs the policies of the seven sororities of Stephens College. It promotes the maintenance of social life in the college. The social activities are partly accomplished through the sororities, which en- tertain the school with various social events during the year. The first two Sunday afternoons of the school year, Pan-Hellenic is 'at home' to the entire school and fac- ulty. Every six weeks a report is published. This report gives the rank of each sorority as to scholarship and citizenship. Page 106 L z M --L - ,J in 1 i V it li I I I l 1 W Ei 1 ,N ri la I. A I ,.,,.-..,.f 3 iff: 'Ewen Hess-me is F uf- ine-Y iygwnlawljl Erwin-ffl IIIRE DEPARTMENT Fire Chief ............ -. ........... BETTY BAKER RUTH FEASTER DOROTHY LEE BROWN KATHERINE JOLLY HOLMAN PARSONS BERTHA HAAS PAULINE STONER SALLIE PARKER .MLARY ELIZABETH LAKE PAULINE BRANNOCK RUTH ELLIS ELIZABETH POLK CAPTAINS AND LIEUTENANTS MARY DEY FAIRES FRANCES Goss MARGARET WOLCOTT NELLE HAMILTON IYEILA CARROLL DOROTHY SWITZER AMY HINSON AUDREY WEBB .NIAYME LAWSON EIARIAN SMITH IDA BELLE SEITZ HAZEL TYSON LEA WILSON BIADGE THRELKEI.H ARLONE SEGERKRANTZ PAULINE LINXWILER ALICE MARIE MARTELL MADGE FREELAND FRANCES BUCKINGHAM MARGARET SAUER NONDIS CORNELIUS NELSENE CORNELIUS I-. M ARY MCINTYRE The Fire Department is established in the dormitories to teach the girls what to do in case of fire and to assist them in carrying out their theories if fire came. Each dormitory Organization consists of a iire captain, Cexcept in Main and South Halls Where there are twoj lieutenants on each floor, assistants, and the campus Fire Chief. This year the Department planned to conduct frequent fire drills, but owing to the influenza epidemics and inclement Weather, they were unable to carry out their designs. However, they themselves were so thoroughly grounded in the knowl edge of how to conduct themselves and direct others in case of fire, that thev wcould have been able to control the situation in any emergency. Page 107 'Q "' "' " Tr r.vz:f-'f""i'.TL'?'.'i5",.'i'll3IZ1-S'nn.""-fe1i'Sf" SQ! V' - .' - E-xv N.-1 M.. L- , my.. VM, , - ,, I ,,..,. A .A-r....,,,..a-.w,..,.,5...J.4mE. fb 'T mgiffss- ' Y, , H... .....,.. ,..- L- .......,,-,.,.-.- -m.,. Rv --M-"- is 'ww ww w swf M , - --'A - . -1 gf Q, fgwj LQ , 2,124 "-1L.J,.'kL 'L Lgmllni ..'- , A ,.,,,,N..A ..,,, NDA 'M 5 5 2 4 5 , ,,, , 1 . T , l r 3 T A 2 I 1 5 1 EQ S 1? L a 4 T 1 V 4 I U 51 3 1 M W , if 4-L 5 I K 1 I l Q S 1, i! 2 i 1- 1 EQ 3 STEPHENSOPHIA STAFF TQ L F Top row-MOORE, KEENS, KNAPPENBERGER, HTXMMOND. 1.1 Second row-SE1Tz, TURNER, FISCHER. ,Eg Third row-THRELKELD NICINTYRE MEANS MCCARROLL. 7 3 ! is 1 Fourth row-DAVIS, CRAIG, GRIMES, STONER. .1 Pane 1118 . 1' Z - n . 'N 3 sf 2 2, 3 F ? lf jqi L-S----Q.-..A.........,..-..,-......,,,,-.,.,....,-.,..,-,,.,,J,,.,., ..W,,, , .NM .- ,,,,,V - ,-... , H, HY-, ,,,,v,,,,-N, -M W,-N , Y Arxv-'rx-I-ev:-gr---ff-4'-nw-. -+ "- W "1' :f'R""'Fr't'1"E'-,g1::'r' lf:-:rf-3... rf1':v-Tw: -1,:X,-Agn:-11-v-5-L-ffw -ff--v--f v -Y f---f-----V-:f 1 ziw: -"' L V7 'x ' a er 'C .f.1fTf.'-'ff.f'f-l"L':'fxlAIT i1f'T.."lfT1"T' Qf "'t! Y' W JF 1' 1 . A - rw 1 Q H H: C-2 -: MQ, xi my LJ IJ I 1 . is Qt 2 ', 'LEUTF-:.Vf.lii1l,l'vJ Evfil,r1,Li4,Agf A, T1 R+--ef I ART CLUB Prexidemf ......... DOROTHY KEENS Vice-President .... MARY ELIZABETH LAKE Secretary ........ ELIZABETH KENDRICK Treaxurer . . . . MARY TYSON S. Xl. B. .... HELEN ROBB Sponsor ......... . Miss HELEN ANDERSON The Art Club was organized to foster an appreciation for the artistic and beautiful among its members and to encourage it among the other students of the school. They have carried out their ideal through their programs and activities. One of the interesting phases of their work this year was a collection made of antiques, old bits of jewelry, and unusual pieces of metal work, owned by students and faculty members. These were placed on dis- play for a short time. The members of the Art Club have endeav- ored to show to the laymen of the school how much of artistic beauty they imay see around them every day, if only they have the eyes to appreciate it. They have succeeded in their undertaking, and look forward to a broader scope for their work next year. .4 to T x-2 I .fl VN A J Page 109 b-H H12 , ,fo f yi Q - W"'m"N"'1 'Mw'm""m Q 'ff ff' ' -' .,,,,, i-.......,.-,.,:...4..g .f---.f, .MM M--ff-N'f'1 ,ij Top row-DUNHAM, TUCKER, PLIMPTON Second IOW-MEANS, DUNHAM, TOMLINSON Bottom row-BULLARD, IIHL, STERLING Page 110 , ,,,,,, ,nu .iow Y, ,YY To-, -,.,.5.1--H 'H Y 'ff i-AN 'A' A ' " , NW, n n ,, . ml . .,,, , - ,- 1 'A .,,tEl.P.S Q3?4-yf,Bf-',1:zggQmaf 1 , 2,-If 5wff.3iIa,' ' yawn. f .ff 'A 1 . 1"'1.'1uff 'B ' ' M,,, 5 ,WM 4,f:,o1-my QW M1 -:Hg Q K' ' ' o " - x ' 'gt .i 1 1 1 Z I E 1 I I 1 1 I 1, l 4 l f F 1 V i l l 1 1 N 1 l 1 U l 1 I 1 ll 1 31 ll 1 1 1 1 1 1i l 11 15 E 1 1 1 S X. E - ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION I President ......... ..... - ..... . --- DIXIE DUNHAM Vice-President ............ - - -I-UFRANCES HALE Sevrelfdry .............. ........... A ILENTE VVILLIAMS Treasurer ............ .....,. , ,U IDABELLE SEITZ bpomors MRS ROBERT M SIMPSON - Hn- Miss HAZEL VVHITMAN As one of the largest and most prosperous organizations on the campus, the Athletic Association has accomplished more and given moreibeneiit to its members and to the school than any other club. The Association co-operates with the physical education department in controlling the veai s cycle of sports, and sponsoring all class and sorority tournaments and special contests. ln addition to these it pro- duces some of the most important Commencement events, the Water Play and the Mfay Fete, and sponsors the Swimming Meet and the A. A Cainival It also pre- sents the S sweaters given to Senior girls who have made 100 points in athletics, and the Stephens Blanket given to the girl who is the best all-round athlete and sportsman ' 'Ihis year the Association has developed a remarl'able spirit. Never before has there been such an enthusiasm for sports as was displayed this year, from the standpoint both of participants and spectators The reason is apparentg the girls played fast and clean in all athletic activitiesg they demonstrated their own sportsmanship and conveyed their spirit to the other girls of school. The Athletic Association may well be proud in closing this year, one of the most enthusiastic and most progressive years In the history of Stephens Athletics. Page 111 I N S . . l . J. . 7 . " -. . . . C C 7 2 . , . 7 X Y 1 . . , . l 1 - - 1"-s-...0,.. -.. .,.,. .-,..,,,,...1,,.,any-.-r,--ar.:.'7-r1vJ-.L-Jfill1"Y-TLT f'f"' -4" ' 7 ' ir , f .'.-.::i22 's"-' ' Qi. 3 ' .. . .. I CURTAIN RAISERS CLUB Preszdent ..................... .......... DOROTHY HAMMOND Vice President ............................ GRETCHEN IJAVVSON Secretary ................................ X-VIOLA NIULHOLLAND Treasurer - ...............M.......n....... EULALIE READING The Curtain Raisers is a dramatic organization composed of Students interested in the study and production of plays. The following plays have been produced this year Page 112 -.1,...,,-.S-H-A..,.,....-...,...-.OM , .Mm NEVERTHELESS ..........,.... .-,.......... MAKER OF DREAMS .........., ..,..-.,,,,.. POT BOILERS ....,.,-.. ,--,-,,----,-- THE GITOST STORY ...,-,,-,-,- --,---, COLUMBINE ,..,.,--- ------------, W -- THE BEIGE - ...,. ....,-, ,,.,-----,,-, . ----, SIX WHO PASS VVHILE THE LENTILS BOIL PRUNELLA ...,.,, ,,,,,-- ----,----,-- STUARTI WALKER OLIPI-IANT DOWNS ALICE GUSTENBURG BOOTH IIARKINGTON COLIN CLEMENJES CO1 IN LLEMENTS STUART WALKER BARKER 8z HOUSMAN ,-ff rlvaj-T'7'w,'i3'3Q'!7"7 W f':5"".i'I"7'17'y?-' 4. -Jmfmmszrcaswsiauvnw--fv2.1, -.',MI.f-A. f,-,,','- It ,1 I" 'Jfi 'gm' "Zh 24' 'WSU' B'm"Df1' We ln? ' . " U2 L1iII.X.'S1Z.7fZ'.l-f1'E1? 1 .-ww-I' v, .mm .I Ap... 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FRONCIE HILL ,ALICE MARIE NIARTELL -------MIss KATI'IERINE FARRAH Pzamst ............................. , IST SOPRANOS HESTER ENGLE FRONCIE HILL ALICE M. NIARTELL MARTHA MILLER PAULINE LINXWILER ESTHER REPLOGLE PAULINE WILEY QND SOPRANOS ELEANOR ALLISON GLADYS BAUM STERRYL BISHOP PAULINE FAY ELIZABETH HUGHES RUTH WIGGS LAIIRA BEN VVILD CARL OTTA- BURKE ALTOS ELIZABETH ALEXANDER DOROTHY ALEXANDER DOROTHY LEE BROWN ESTHER HEADY VIRGINIA RENOE AUDREY VVEBB In spite Of the fact that the Glee Club has only been organized tvwo years, it is working hard and achieving success. TWO concerts are given in the auditorium each year, and plans are made this year for several tours. Page 113 A-- .rL,, -, .,,-,,,,,-, A ,,,,LI.,,,.,..lv L Q ' . 2, Q ,jf I IIYPATIA HEXAGON Organized NOV. 26, 1919 MOTTO: "Let none ignorant of Geometry enter here."-PLATO. President ............................ ESTELLE BLANKENBAKER Vice-Pres. ........................... ALINE SHORE Secretary-Treas. ............... ' ...... DOROTHY BURRAXLL Reporter ............................ INDIA LIORGAN Representative ....................... MARGARET DAGGS Sponsor .... -, ....................... MRS. CALLAWAY Page 114 ,, , -- M,vg-M-2-g-.1::,.firm'5awvzqxmmomuvu 1mnn , . - A --Y-A -A05 I:T'f,":,r' i1'iiY1TT:'tcf:' Tir- A R' sweet-e 1 Qi '53"'e'if'1-Qwfsff I ziiifww-155,.A VII 1 b, A R' A ' eeewxffmmif' gw lf-iii-M3351-9 SORORES ARVALES President ........... FANNY NOWLIN Vice-President ....... DOROTHY KNAPPENBERGER Sec.-Treasurer ....... MARGARET SANDERS Sponsor ............ MISS MARJORIE CARPENTER Representative ....... GRACE TOMLINSON ETHEL ALLEN VIRGINIA HILL CRYSTAL BILLS IRENE KAI-IN TRAVISGRACE BOYD GRETCHEN LAWSON RUTH BUNDY FRANCES LEA HELEN DUSTON VIRGINIA OVVNBEY MADGE FREELAND VIRGINIA RENOE ' LULA HANSON HELEN STEBBINS MARY HILL MINNIE WELLS Classical subjects are not dull and uninteresting. The members of Sorores Arvales, who have had a part in programs, the Easter Pageant, the picnic, and the real Roman banquet will always be glad that they studied Latin. Only those girls who are in the Latin department or who have Studied Latin for two years are eligi- ble to membership. - Page 115 l , V 1 ,E ,I I ,,L,.-Li,m,,,.,L fi'-YI . STEPHEN som-nA .- NEAR EAST CURRENT EVENTS INTERNA TIONAL, RELA TIONS CLUB J . INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY WESTERN EURCPE . OFFICERS 1922-1923 President ..... ............. ......- D . LEONORA HINKLE Vice-President --- --- ELINOR GILLIM Sec'y-Treasurer -- --- NIAURINE LEA J Representative -U --- JENNIE V. PAINTER Repo,-fer ---- - ,- VioLA BIULHOLLAND SJ. J. OPPENHEIMER lDELOS C. JOHNS Sponsors --- .... - --- The International Relations Club commenced the school year with the same en thusiasm and "pep"ithat characterized the actions of the members during the preced- ing years. After being recommended by the faculty, new candidates were accepted, making a total of twenty-five. A study group and a social meeting were held each month. The study group was devoted to a discussion of international problems, while the chief asset of our social meetings was the opportunity of listening to lec- tures given by several prominent professors of the University. This club endeavors to link our college life with a knowledge of current events. Page 116 Vmimf, , ,,, f .ve-:.?ff.Tysf. ,- 1 4: , ,W , Q y , 51 y F "WM "r-' ...N -,.,.-- ,.., . .,,, ,,L,,,,,ga4-b AL ,, 12" Lf' -' E T' ' - 'A s my yfvr-'rm - ,-1 ,, ,, . T Q34 ,, '37 5- 'SEL 'Rh E13 ' 4' - 'I' A .. v, m1:1Ir2::lfs5:g4::g:-:.':.a1s Q,z...:Q,-- -f ' W 4"'M"'fM '55 w i , fp -..Y.V.-..1Vf-v,- Y,,. , . f l 5 Zi 1 JUNIOR LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTLRS Ifcszdent CATHARINL BULLARD Pzce Preszdent FRANICES HALE Secretary Tveasuver MARY PAT ERSON VV1th Woman s 1ncre'1sed opportun1t1es have come lncreased dutles and 1espon s1b111t1es To n1eet tl1e needs created by these new dut1es tl1e Nat1onal League of Women Voters has adopted a pohcy Whlch embraces three card1nal 130111125 Il 11St It IS makmg a creatlve attack on mdlfference and lgnorance through tra1n1ng f01 c1t17ensh1p and by support mg needed 1eg1slat1on Second lt beheves 1n a proglam of educatlon whrch p1e cedes -1ct1on It bel1eves 1n a p1ogram wlnch emphas1zes pract1cal methods ln real1z1ng 1deals Tlllfd the League b6l1CXCS that quahfied Women 1n ad II1l1'l1S'C1'3t1VC ofHces, upon boards and co111m1ss1ons and 1n leglslatlve b0d1CS, Wlll contubute a necessaly polnt of new to government 1n the Un1ted States and to 1tS 1nte1nat1onal 1 elatlons fhe a1m of the JUHIOI League 1S to provlde educatlon and tra1n1ng Whlch wxll Ht each gul not only to be a better c1t1zen Whlle 111 College but to be more capable of assumlng the dut1es and respons1b1l1t1es, pol1t1cal, C1Y1l and soclal WlJ1Cl1 w1ll be hers 1n her afte1 school hfe Page 117 , ,,,- ..... .... . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 J ., ' I I ' - , ---------------------- ---- L - . I . -----------Fd--------- A ,fl ' J ' u - . . " . L . ' ' ' - . A . Q . . . . . . I J . . . ' . . . - 1 . . . . . , . - 7 K . . . ' v . . . 7 ' - 7 . . . . Q. A. . 1 7. , . . . ' . Q . r , , 1 . . . ' l ' O J 7 , . , . . . 7 1 J J , . ., . "Kwai-xxuf- mxwmmma,f. M --.. 1- .1 rm- U ni.. ,M-4-.-1 -4,1 4-.,1.- .. .-.v ,,.,, - F . --... ,, ,..,-, Y, - --,1,- 1 -y-Q11 L--a'-H -sur:-'-' ' - . 7, 1' , N 10,12 1'-' fl Ng! -,,.-I. HG- 4 1- A Aw.f..,...-,-A-I--.-,.--,- --. .. -..Km W.,-v..,....-.-,u.,.....,....lm K - - , A ,Way-V A 2 - ' - 'A -, 'zlzn-an-' -- ' I I I . A Y M ,,,,M,.,,,,,,1-A A,,, . .E ., A- V- 1,5-Q ' HI BETA STEPPO ETA PILL CHAPTER Founded at Stephens College Feb Q6, 1916 Purpose ............-........... .......... T O AID SUFFERING Colors ....................,...... . ........ V ---PINK AND GREEN Flower ---------------------------------------- CASTOR BEAN PILL-ARS Most Hzgh Pzll ---.---.---------------------- VIRGINIA RENOE Capsule 0 the Records ---------------------- VERNIE GOUDELOCK Aspirin of the Treasury ------------------------ EULALIE EWING Assistant N-R38 ------m------ E-----------hh ESTIIER HIBBS NELLE HAMILTON NURQE DOUGLASS Pill Distributors -------------------- -----,w N URSE HARDIN I LDR. THORNTON Sponsor ---...-........ - .-...-. -MISS SALIPATICA PENNINGTON MEMBERS Anyone who has a sufficient Sense Of humor to enjoy the fun and foolishness of a mock sorority, and lo, We are many! Page 118 vm:-1 . ' '-' 4 '- f S Z f I 4 sand ix ii J K i l is f if 5 21 E2 ll 5 -I F F ti U U I Q I I l I ll I l I .3 mia l I 1+ Vifwlfl fs' A62 s...' - 'ljf 1-XLII-'ig-', ., 3 DANCERS . ' ............... VERNIE GOUDELOCK -VIRGINIA HILL I -Miss KATHERINE FARRAH Preszdent ........-.... Secretary-Treasurer ..... ...,,,.,- Sponsor ..........................-. Page 119 Il Colors -.-.-......................... PINK AND LAVENDER I! CLARA BIAE BELL ...... .............. P urcell, Qkla, l MARY FRANCE-S BERRY --- ......... ---Sapulpa, Okla, .I CARLOTTA BURKE ........ - ....... ..... IN Ioberly, Mo, DORIS COX ...... ........ ...... H a rnpton, Nebr. PORTIA DARNELL --- ....... .... K ansas City, Mo. LORA DIBLE ........... ........... K ansas City, Mo. y DIXIE DUNHAM .............. ........ E ast St. Louis, I11. J LELIA HAHN ..... h .............. ---Oklahoma City, Okla. l VERNIE GOUDELOCK --- ----- ---Okiahoma City, Okla. WVIRGINIA. HILL ------ ----- -------- S t . Louis, Mo. l KATHRYN SINCLAIR ---- ------- - --Jefferson City, Mo. ELIZABETH REEvEs--- ----- --- ---- Kansas City, Mo. FRANCES VVHITESIDE --- ----- ------- T ulsa, Okla. I NETIA WVoLFsoN ------------------------- Kansas City, Mo. The Dancers is a newly organized club, composed of some of the best dancers ll in school. The purpose of this organization is to promote better dancing, and to Fl provide entertainment for the girls. The Dancers have given several dances, and 7 the prospects are that in several years this club will be one of the most active and W most popular clubs on the campus. lg II Em E f Amgg ggngggggggggag qggwil C, N- ---,-,,--,Mi,,,-,---.-..- ,, I ,-yggiar L:-. 573555,-W-t, , ...J A.-f , .-.J -4,,M,3,..,- E-ruwsazgir-31: :.'I-22.1, ..xf.e--T. --f-asa, Y -- --t.lf ' A S HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ' President' ....................... ..... G RACE OVERHOLTZER .Secretary-Treasurer ..... --- PAULINE LINXWILER S. A. B. liepresentatilve -- --- MARY ELIZABETH LAKE SMISS EVELYN LARSON ZDJISS JANETTE GARRETT Sponsors --- ........... --- The aim of the Home Economics Club is to find possibilities open to young women who expect to enter the field of Home Economics. The membership is higher than that of any other club on the campus, with a total of one hundred, composed of girls from eight different states. This ycar the programs have been of special interest. They were planned for the entire year and printed in booklets which were given to the members. The first half of the meeting is a luncheon served cafeteria style, and the latter half is devoted to the program whose function is to give members facts concerning new movements in this field of work. We are especially proud of our activities this year. The foods department put on a scientific eating campaign which aided the girls in keeping track of the number of calories they ate. The clothing department gave a style review dating from the sixteenth century to modern times. The luncheons are to give expreience in menu planning and serving, and to acquaint the girls with properly balanced lunch- eons. The greatest thing put across this year was the contest between the Seniors and the Juniors. The side with most perfect attendance is to be the guest of honor at a May day breakfast to be given by the losers. Page 120 Fin.: ' f, '- .mn , - - ...Y . , MISSOURI CLUB y H President -------------------- ------------ F LORENCE STERLING Vice Pfesident ------------ --- --------.. MARGARET SANDERS S6t07'6td1'y ............ ....... .... - . .---ELIZABETH POLK Treasurer ----- --------- ---.. M A DGE FREELAND Cheer Leader .......... ..... - - ---PAULINE STONER Reporter ................. ............... P AULINE LINXWILER Sponsor .................................. Miss WHITMAN The evening before the Missouri-Kansas game, there was a whifl' of mystery floating through the dining room, combined with a murmur of wonder at the section of tables so startlingly decorated in gold and black. A martial tread was heard in the distance punctuated with sharp yells, and then, lifted high above the buzz of conversation-"I'm a son, a son, a son of old Mizzouf' and the sturdy Missouri Club wound its way through the tables in a wiggling snake dance, led by Miss Whitman A program followed, made up of songs and yells for the good old state. Yes, we think our pep helped the Tigers win the Thanksgiving game. We're for Missouri first, last and always , Page 121 ,-... KU, -:mam f ' ... t,f1,g.4g..i.-.::a,x::zs:r.-cv 1 Jzzzzrzfmxgfffggimgy:-Lg,-LH-A. .f -f.I-333279731-3?.-fy.I-53553 4,gxiI4.1,3g: F, .Qi U R L5 fi 'Q S4 mgf WM I gf? pg-5.f5gf'Qi, 'Z-1:1Hasa'w:'.emTL",r.:Rr'::af::::fRr'-:gzR':r:-.:f-:,f.:R- -fs-sw -R---Q-fav-1.-.-.., ,...,...,,,.,Y,.,,,, -..-..,,,.,.,,.,...W. ,..,yf Lf" f ':"" f' A Ig. K L", -I.. Eggs-, ,JA ,WW '35 '?'f"s,:Ef5711'iI-5,1 1:7-f--'--'-f-----------A--Q -f -1--ff-1-J-I" I resident .... Vice-Preszdent OKLAHOMA CLUB Sec? etary-T reasurer .................. 4 Representative AVIS BEAUMAN DOROTHY LEE BROWN VYINNIE ESTEP VVINIPRED XVINN FRANCES VVI-IITESIDE HELEN BIARIE Voss LELIA HAHN GLADYS LIEGEE OLGA KING I AMI HINSON NIARY FRANCEs BERRY' EULELIA EWING ILTIE MAY HOFFMAN MARGARLT HOFFMAN VERNIE GOUDELOCK CLARA NIAE BEIL Page 122 MARIE JAY LUCILE RUITER JEWEL STUMPF HELEN ROBB FAYE TODO ANGELENA HILDT MARY MCINTYRE LOUISE BRADY WILLIE LIILAM LIAYME LAWSON FRANCES MONTGOMERY NELSENE CORNELIUS FERN NIOFFETT LEA WILSON VIRGINIA NVRIGHT FRANCES JOLLY KATHARINE JOLLY J . I T l 7 1 1 VERA JANE FAY W! FRANCES WHITESIDE CLAUDIA BURNETT I VVILMA ELLIOTT NELSENE CORNELIUS DOROTHY SCOTT FRANCES HALE MARY FRANCIS HELEN PAULINE MOODY BEULAH MAY LOWERY RUTH VVIGGS IDABELLE SEITZ LEILA CARROLL GERTIE CARROLL RUTH CASSITY ELEANOR HAUIIENBECK MARY FRANCES BECKETT LERA BRIGGS ' LIARGUERITE LTUEGGE GRETCHEN LAWSON DOROTHY KNAPPENBERG RUTH KEEN ER ... Tw 'R-. Aw-vx-uw:----R---f N- an-zxszmsgu-'f'vv'm:' 5 ,I .1 f--5.2,--,fff.'-,,,g .L I - ,.F,..EE,,..,,,,,,-,nz si Y pljfvty:--igQ F"f1?1ffl'L, 2f17li??II'-Zjffiitfeff'-1. V Y . , if a.'zwgi":, aim- -e -Y -he---e-be -f - --- --i' i :V -W. --V jg-M, 1, 'a,,i,Aef1,',n5x 3 - - .-..,,. l i KANSAS CLUB PT6Sid6lYLf ----..-.... ..-................ - - RUTH DELANO Secretary-Treasurer ........ ....., g -,,--ILIOGENE DANIELS Cheer Leader ....... ---MAY LIMBGCKER The Kansas Club was organized to bring the girls from Kansas together and keep in their hearts, loyalty for their state. At the time of the Missouri-Kansas game, stateffeeling and patriotism ran high between the girls from the two states. The Kansas girls entertained themselves at a dinner shortly before the game, and expressed their loyalty by wearing the red and blue, and giving the Kansas yells and songs. T Rawlcchalk- ay-hawk K. The Well beloved war cry avvakes a responsive spirit in the heart of every girl. The Kansas girls stand firmly behind their team and their state, and lend every? bit of their support to both of them in all that they do. U1' ' ' Page 123 4 -.---,.- - .,-- .---------.-- --- a - ---- .---,-.,-,,,-,N New ,J sssmrflazmvwwmfasnmmsamop' , ,-Jeff:-, , 595-i'-Vgjrhg' 1 3. li ll 5. nl A :S fa ll 'V jf Q! 1' 'Ax ' 1 ,,, 1 wAfw.-.-wv'- rv 1'- tf 'W' ,',vf ,L ' . 1. ' ' ' lf' ' 4 ' '1v'.1Ji.:' 'ia"- 1473 nftl M ' '2-Ql tg-Kl1Cr' ,1 3 'A , 51,1 if wtf' .13 1: rj .Q--'-'wr''f"'-www-'-1"-"-'"""""""""-"""t"""""""""""'m . Q4 .,fQQ',Q :M -.ALT 13 N' LN? - " ..aAL21,EQ'..L- AL.-fslii LJ, - 1 I Preszdent Vzce Preszdent LS eoretary Treasuv er Representatwe Sponsor IOWA CLUB HELEN PLIMPTON NELLE HAMILTON RUTH HARRISON FLoR1s SOLLENBERGER VIOLA BIULHOLLAND Miss NIARIE BRADFORD W'earefromIO WA IO WA Land 0 all the west State we love the best That s where the tall corn rrrows The volume of the Iowa song became so strong th1s vear that the representatlves of the corn state felt the need of formmg a. club Forty five peppy guls have Jomed 1n maklng the Iowa Llub what lt 1S Llttle has been done thrs year beyond organlzatlon We hope to double our number next year An mterestmg phase of the club s development 1S that there has been tlus year a four fold 1ncrease over the number of last year s Iovsa glrls faoe 124 J.. 1 1111i?i1iii1i11ii1Z?'11111 ' l A f , li We are from I-O-W-A,, I-O-W'-A. I C . L . ,-,w.A., ,.., V. W, ,,-' 2 A ..,v...i-,Y .,, X. . .. ,,.. .. , .Y-,M A , A Qviiifiqfffif 1'iff+fE57f 3' 'A 'S 1 X nag ' rg w:l.flJ-'l'72fQ'YKU lljlff if-'U 4 Q ,AL....--.......,...,.,....,A.,w ,.,..,.n- 1. vita v., ,seflwbwrg-g-r-A. ,A-is-Aalzsjia CQ 4 tilpjy, 5ii135A,.:l ' Preszdent Secretary Treasurew Rep? esen tatwe LOLISE BRADY GRACE CAMPBELL 'NIARY CA RON WILBIA ELLIOTT VERA JANE FXY lVIABEL FUNSTON TULSA CLUB ANGELENA HILDT YIARGARET HUBBARD MAYME LAWSON MARY BICINTYRE GLADYS MEGEE VIOIA MEGEE MAYME I AWSON GRACE CAMPBELL ANGELENA HILDT FRANCES MONTGOMERY ANICE PITCOCK DOROTHY SCOTT TRANCES VVHITESIDE VVINIFRED WINN l'AYNE WITITERUP Orguuzed ln the fall Of 1922 the Tulsa Club clalms the d1st1nct1On of belng' the first C1tV club ever establlshed 1n Stephens College The Tulsa gnls 01'0'3111ZCd that they Illlgllt create a more perfect sOC1al 1elat1Onsh1p among themselves, serve Stephens College 1n a more CffCCt1VC manner, and encourage other Tulsa glrls to Come to Stephens The club has set as 1tS a1m to double 1tS membershlp 1n 1923 1 924+ Page 125 -V1 f--D--f V '-'--'----'- ---- --------'-------- ---- ----. ' J, . 1 , - V l T 4 '1 ' A 4 4 1 4 A , 1 V v J . ' J . . . . . 1 . . L ' . Z3 . . . . . , . . I . f 0 -. A A.,lllmll1fZT1ZlLQLllL1sf. M 'M' 4 W 1'm"'R""e-A . .. -'-15359:-Y 'Pfrrp'1i'i'R"'f" " ff"- ff: 4"'3-V--' '1-+'Y?f?,.fI, f ,,, , ,,, ,,,..,.-,....,-,.,. ..- . , 'fflxsff' 4 'V " -1: I I ,, A, I ,, H my-. ,N W -Hw.viwVkg,MwJ:-443 N ,.....,....,,,.,,.-..,,,,,L.., A.,,,., A :CFI-, 4' All - I A willy: V N in ,.: ,Jim LOUISIANA CLUB president n---.---------,---- ,,,-,,,-.,..-.. - -DOROTHY DODD Vice-President ..........------- --------------- J UUA DICKSON Secretary-Treasuref' ..........------- ---------- F LAVIA TIGNER Representatifve ..............-.-- ------------- M ARION SMITH ARKANSAS CLUB President ........ .......... ......,... E L EANOR GILLIL1 Vice-President .....-.. -,..---..,,-,., D OROTI-IY SANDERS Secretary-Treasurer ......,...,-,...... JUSTINE MOORE Representative ...... .......,...... - ,- VIRGINIA OWNBEY Sponsor ........ ......... ............ IX I ISS CONSTANCE GRAHAM Page 126 ---W.-..............,.....,-.. ,,..C,,..,.,.- - ,,...w,ff,: ,Y Y, V WW ' 'lf' ' 'I . H., FRENCH CLUB P7'6StCi67tt ......,-.- ,,---q---,- --------n L E A W7ILSON VtC6 1J7'6Std672,t ---- ------------ ----,--,,- E LIZABETH REEVES S6C7'6t6L7'y-T1'6clS1L1'C7' ---------------- ----- L ORRAINE BI CVVILLIAMS Representative .----.--.--------- -------- I RENE ICAI-IN E W Sponsor ----------.-... ............-.. - .MISS BIARIAN VVHITAKER EASTERN STAR President .-.................................. NADINE L. DOME Vice President ................-........ .- ...... ALINE SHOPE Secretary-Treasurer .-....-.................... EULELIA EWING Representative .--.-........-..-....--..--..... AZALIA KILLIAN Sponsor -------- ----.- .-----.-.......-........ AIRS. TUCKER , ,,,,, , , ,, ::E::,:,2-,.,,,L-L-L-A .tm ., .,:Z',-L..-.-W-.-w..,.-,.m-,, .. L :Z Li ,,..,,5:,,,.,. Page 127 0 -f f af L ., iksxtvfi-2.LE.5JfL1::eT3 Q . , r , , J N ,W . , ,,,, .W ,, Mgqtf.-.,. ,FfQY,4,W,Wfw,fm- -W mg , ,. .4 A f,v:.iL,..,,-a w M f'-12, sf A-,-'--"yy, .gy '-W LAN J- ' -,-Qfgmf 'L fkimwf,-U7-:A::.f:na:gg1:gznTmf7'.:'::L"..'mn1L::.zi.m W-'A f- -1'--wzffs: .,,f - " - . 1 ' 511 655' V ev' 'A' A ' EA H g g A fgagsf 1 9.151 -1.2.iw:w..as's.S .f1-52254 1,gx',:2-AQ.. Lwpiuf-.'L',: f'..Z: ' ' " 'Y 1 um I Page 128 COLORADO CLUB Pregzdent D LEON ORA HINKLE becretmy T1 easurer LEThA LEE RUSSELL Rep1 esentatwe ANNA MAUD EVANS EIEMBERS LETIHIA LEE RUSSELL D LEONORA HINKLL XIARY BELMAR NIAVOTA PEPPER ANNA MAUD EVANS EVA LEE KATHRXN VAN N Y RUTH ELLIS ' 1 -Y Q - 1 Y . , 1 Q -I 1 f A . ' 1 4 ' . - 0 - 1 L , .gn H W f --V ----1--N fif:-Jlzffwa---if ,,- .qQ1.1NM-gf-1? mv..- ,,,, ,-:,....,....,....- EZWEET, , .. , -,,,,,....., ,EE .Q , , ,,,....,.,.....,,, , , A- "am..f-,fvfair7,,f..,,,-,-.A19wn.-swwaiwmfzl, , -TA 'T ' .. - '- -A - - A ' A M-114. 1 . A -MlRnTs-mmzmxmmm -BYSEILAAW ,gl Li ,, fj 'fx ' M , il, 'T mm' 'Z ffk N- irq ORORI TIES Y frubcblh - - Page 129 , - - .13---7-3 3-:img-gg 3f":""7::1g.i::'.""'. f'.:'l'fTI1L:.':::?1'1':-1' ,1Tr:.' 'IL it QQ ii H fl? 6251 w 1 4 E si E 152 f gt: f gt! 1 it 5 M 5 Ft V 2? 5 S H R 24 " 35 t 5 I i 1 FE Es v EH it 4 x ,Q .t X rg t U V :HH a 11 ,V Y x H l w Page 130 Top row-RILEY, LAKE, CORDER, GRIMES, VVOODBURY, KNAPPENBLIRGER. Second row-HAAS, MOODY, DODD,'PIERCE, MCCARROLL, HAMMOND Third row-BALDRIDGE, TOBY, VVYATT, MCINTYRE, KEENS, VVILSON, PARKIN. Fourth 1'OW-TURNER, ANTEWEILLER, REPLQGLE TOMLINSON M. LEA F. LEA. Fifth row-HILL MCVVILLIAMS, MULHOLLAND ROECKER, ADAMS, BRANNOCK. Bottom row-BERKHOLDER HINSON,BULL1XRD SMITH MCCLANAHAN XVILD. U ,, L fi s 1' 'Q I I , I E 5, ' A , V 2 tx Q 1 4 IQ ' 'I t 4? I Q 1 Y T A 5 ,Q 1 li ' 9 9 v 5 1, 41 , , 5 1 J y J y fx 1 2 2 3 f N 5 5 :WSW P 1' '-'7L.Zl:. 1fZ'oTI.."? is 512' 'a 222253 . .ssavzaivrmzgr-er:':'1q:-r'sf-: iff' m Q E at N t 8 E 5 F il r 1 Q , A , ,. . -. ,,.,,,L. , W . ,...-.,,.....h ,,.,-,.v.....-N..-.......,...-.,...,,....,.,,. .....W.v. .....m.,.. ...v,..,......... N..- W.. ,W .- W--ff--'-uw. , , .,A,1:A.gA:' 1 5' g TT T73-?Lf 'l I if Ii- YY mi fi HE 1 PHI THETA KAPPA COLORSLGTBGH and Wfhite A FLOWER-White R056 SPONSORTMiSS June Warde1' HELEN ADAMS ----------- ------------ ----.. N O rborne, Mo. ' CAMILLE ANTWEILLER ------------ ---------- V ersaiues, MO. ROBERTA BALDRIDGE ,m,,,,,------ ----w-------- L Waredoj NI-0. PAULINE BRANNOCK ,-,,,-,--M-- -------- K ansas City: MO. CATHARINE BULLARD .,,,-,,-h,------ -------- A Shlandp B100 NADEEN BURKHOLDER ....-,---,------- ------- T rentonj MO. VVONDOLYNE CODER ,,.,-.,-,-,-----, H, ----- Oskaloosap Ia, DOROTHY DODD --------------.+.. ......... S llreveport, La, SARA GRINIES ................- V ----------- Washjngtgnj Ia. BERTI-IA HAAS ..........,.,.-,.,,,,-, ,--Montgomery, MO, DOROTHY HAMMOND .................. ----BuI'lington, Kan, MARY ELIZABETH HILL ...........-,-----,, Concgrdiaj Kan, AMY HINSON ................................ Enid, Okla. DOROTHY KEENS ............................. Se,da1ia,, Mo, DOROTHY KNAPPENBERGER ................ g---Keifer, Okla, MARY ELIZABETH LAKE .................. Higginsville, MO. FRANCES LEA .........................L.. Clifton Hill, MO. MAURINE LEA ............ 4 ........L.... Clifton Hill, MO. HELEN PAULINE BIOODY .................. Okmulgee, Okla. VIOLA MULHOLLAND .......................... Malvern, Ia. IDA BLANCHE MCCARROLL .................L.. Ottumwa, Ia. LOIS MCCLANAHAN .....L................... Spickard, MO. MARY NICINTYRE .....................-..---- TL11Sa, Okla- LORRAINE MCWILLIAMS .........L.......-...- M0b61'1y, M0- REVA PARKIN -g--,.--,.-,-...,......... -Fredericktoiy MO. FRANCES PIERCE -.,.,...,....,.......... --OUZl1II1Wa, Okla. ESTHER REPLOGLE ......-..------------- ---- C Hfthage, M0- MARGUERITE RILEY ......------------ ---- N CW Madrid, M0- NELLE RQECKER --,----,-,..,... ...... C Ol111Cll M0- NIAURINE SMITH ...........-- --------- B 0W1i11g' G1'CCUfM0- DOROTHY TOBEY ......------- --------------- - Sedaliaf MO- A GRACE TOMLINSON .--.------- ------------- L a Grange, M0- BERNICE TURNER ..--------- ------------ ----- G 3 llatinf MO' LAURA BEN W1LD .--------- --------- ------- S P ickardf NIO' LEA WILSON --------- --------- -----, O k lahoma City, Okla. MARTHA VVOODBURY ..------ ---------- -------- O 1 3131162 Kan' DQROTIIY WYATT ....--- ----------- -------- C 0 lumblai MO' ' Page 131 I 5 Page 132 Top row-PARSONS, MARTELL, FAIRES, KNIXPPENBURGER, LIMBOCKER. Second row-CODER, RICHARDSON, RENOE, LEE, BRUMLEY. Third row-MOODY, HILL, REPLOGLE, MUEGGE. Fourth row-ALLEN, HUEY, BURKHOLDER, COTTON, GRIMES. Bottom row-ROGERS, ELSON, LISLE, HILL, LINXVVEILER. I R 5 , Gm, ,QW-MV- ,..,, ..-.,. -,,,, f,,,.,,,, I . AML, IL,.,,,,,, ,IH 431 IT"'TI"'TT'fiITI-'i'TT3'LI'T'ff"Y"11'::5iivffwff-fgv-mmf I ' A , I M v Y h3qk-::4,'- Af.. ev -TL I4 X'Al,51I?,"f .1 Dj CTE' ,QI I -,gp 'J Errifl ..i:14I::'1.1::-:-..,:::::::1.'::::1,: v...:?1 ' """""' M' "emi" i i'M3:E'Q'.5.w !,iif!r"Lf1,I 331. U2 Lag-K:1.Cg,f' I ,I , fmFl,XwJAGI.Mfg--v----A-gf,--1--A---v-fi-A-A-V--q-- J .J AJ rin -A , ,A ,AH IM... ,,,,-.LI,.I.,H,IL,I 31, -grII,,,, SIGMA GAMMA GAMBIA HONORARY MUSICAL SORORITY ETHEL ALLEN ...,.,.- ---,--- ------Odessa, Mo. ORVETA BRUMLEY ............-... ,--...---- D e Ka1b,,M0 NADEEN BURKHOLDER .... WONDOLYNE CODEP. ...... JOHANNA COTTON ....... --------------------Trenton, Mo Oskaloosa, Ia. I Joplin, Mo. LOUISE ELSON ................. L... , -----. U nignville, M0 MARY DEY FAIRES .............. ........ N ew Franklin, M0 SARA GRIMES ..................-. -........ W asliington, Ia. FRONCIE HILL .......... --------------------Liberty, Mo NIARY ELIZABETH HILL ....... LUCILE HUEY ........... DOROTHY KNAPPENBERGER EVA LEE ............... --------------------LaInar, Colo PAULINE LINXWILER .................... Jefferson City, Mo MAY LIMBOCKER ........ HELEN LISLE ........... Burlington, Kan. --------------------C1arinda, Ia ALICE MARIE MARTELL ............ I ..... Murphysbo-ro, Ill HELEN PAULINE MOODY .................. Okmulgee, Okla MARGUERITE MUEGGE ....................-.. LaII10I1'C, Okla HOLBIAN PARSONS ...................-.-.... Sh1'CV6P0'1't, La VIRGINIA RENOE ..............-....-------.--. FHULOD, M0 IESTIAIER REPLOGLE ........---.-------------- C31'13113g6, MO GRACE RICHARDSON .................. .-..------ 1V lawn, M0 MARTHA ROGERS ........ -,,,,,,-------------Waver1y, Ia -------------COncordia, Kan Oxford, La. Kiefer, Okla. Page 133 W J 1 I Page 134 -,SQTRZF A215 Top 1'0W-POGUE, HEIMAN, DODD, HUGHES, VVILD, ADAMS. Second row-SMITH, TURNER, M. A. CORDER, REPLOGLE, E. CORDER, D1XoN Third 1'OW+COLBERT, RENOE, SWEET, GTEEONS, WVINN, DICKSON. Fourth row-PARSONS, CAMPBELL, SCOTT, TODD, REEVES, ENGLE. Fifth row-ALLISON, BUCKINGHAM, DONOVAN, WHITESIDE, ROEE, HALE. Bottom row-DRINKWATER, BURKE, MCWILLIAMS, BRANNOCK, LEUSLEY, AID gay-sg we :rr Y: - .3 f ' .:-:-pau: Ez 3 I - ,..- -5 .-i I If, ,Y," Y. I 5' I 3 Q BETA SIGMA , OMICRON ETA CHAPTER Founded December 12, 1888 COLORS-Ruby and Pink FLOWER-Red and Pink Rose SPONSOR-Zlliss Zilarie Bradford HELEN ADAMs--- GENEVIEVE AID-'--- ELEANOR ALLISON ..... PAULINE BRANNOCK--- FRANCES BUCKINGHAM- CARLOTTA BURKE ..... GRACE CAMPBELL .... LOIs COLBERT ..L.... EDITH CORDER ........ CHAPTER ROLL MARY ALICE CORDER-- -- -- --Norborne, MO. - - - - -Gallatin, Mo ----Richmond, MO ---Kansas City, Mo ---Kansas City, Mo. ------Moberly, Mo --------Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. ---------Corder, MO --------Corder, Mo. JULIA DICKEON ----- -- ----------- Dixie, La BIIILDRED DIXON--- - ---Bowling Green, MO DOROTHY DODD --------------- ------ S hreveport, La ELLEN DONOVAN --------------- ------- L iberty, MO RIABEL FLORENCE DRINKWATER ---- ---Charleston, MO HESTER ENGI-E ---------------- ---Trenton, MO MARY LOUISE GIBBONS --------- ---- IV Ioberly, MO RUTH GREENFIELD ---- ---Kearney, Mo FRANCES HALE ------ ----- M iami, Mo HAZEI- HEIMAN ----- ---- S alisbury, MO ELIZABETH HUGHEs--- ---- Richmond, MO RUTH LEUSLEY ---- --- ----- Moberly, Mo RIINNIE RIEANS ------- LORRAINE MCWILLIAB1S HOLMAN PARSONS ------- WILLETTA POGUE ------ ELIZABETH REEVES ---- VIRGINIA RENOE ----- ESTHER REPLOGLE--- HELEN ROBB ------ DOROTHY SCOTT ---- NIAURINE SMITH--- JANET SWEET ---- FAYE TODD ---.--. BERNICE 'TURNER ---- FRANCES VVHITEsIDE--- LAURA BEN VVILD--- YVINIFRED WINN--- --------Gallatin, ----Pierce City, ' MO - -- --Moberly, MO. - 1 - Shreveport, La ----Kansas City, MO ----------Fulton, MO -----------Carthage, MO -- Oklahoma. City, Okla -----------Tulsa, Okla -Bowling Green, MO -- --Kansas City, MO ----Cleveland, Okla ----Gallatin, Mo ----Tulsa, Okla ----Spickard, MO ----Tulsa, Okla MO. Page 135 :g,3f-A131-cg:-1,5-e'AV-.x,I W,-nf I L-A HEHM-mf-.Q::"-1:-:Is--I 1AHw'zQa:mm s2:u: wr ' --- --- fgugr:,g f Top row-VVOOD, BRIGGS, TAYLOR, MCBRIDE, VVHITAKER, HARRISON. Second 1'0W-PLIMPTON, PIERCE, CLARKE, SANDERS. Third row-LEE, FRENCH, ANTWEILER, MORGANA VVOLCOTT. Fourth 1'OW-STRANGE, POLK, NEAL, UHL, BROVVN. Fifth row-LISLE, MCMULLEN, HUBER, STONER. Bottom row--BROWN, BARRETT, LAKE, HOCKEY, Voss, TOBEY. Page 136 ,,,, , , Y, , E, ,Q Q L ,Junk It ,nh , ,.:,. ,,L,..,,,, ,..-..-A-........,, A ---W --- -- A ,1-YY-.-.-,---- f -- -Q -- '--- f - - Y - '- -fm:I:J:usmu-n -Wx vw-f-41-...Y-H -Hi f-a!'uun:..'-r.,-We-,sim-1-Eff,1'-aw4Mmrmm3maummnvm1um'mamn.xwAsumwmmaaw 2.mmwswf' ,ips--1 . Y- I -I 215 Ls 21,1 IJ i'E-fiff O14 5, ' J L ' JMEQ ,J '-I I..-J 'J --.w,'j,!' Q--U,,'fi-.9 I If M. , 4, ,..r,,' ,, Vt 4.--.-I i A , DELTA RHO ALPHA Founded at Stephens College, 1921. COLORSLIEOSC and Blue FLOWER-Camille R036 SPONSOR-Zlliss Jessie McCormaclc CHAPTER ROLL CAMILLE ANTWEILER .....,,..,----., ,,,,-, V ersailles, MO, ALICE BARRETT ----... ..... .......... S l iidmore, Mo. LERA BRIGGS -.-..-... .... .... C l aremore, Okla. BERTHA BROWN ........ ...... .... K a nsas City, Mo. MARY SIMS BROWVN ...... .... -.,M,,, L I exico, M0 ALICE CLARK ...... ...... ..,----., C l arindaj Ia ALLETA FRENCH--- ---- ------ 1X Iartinsburg, M0 RUTH HARRISON ---- ---- ----------- C l arinda, Ia MAE HOCKEY ------- ---- ---------- E u reka, Kas LOUISE HUBER ---------- --.------- H olden, MO. MARY ELIZABETH LAKE ---- ---Higginsville, Mo LIURIEL IJEE ----------- ----- ---Kansas City, Mo HELEN LIsLE--- ------ ----- ------ C l arinda, Ia. INDIA MORGAN -------- ------ ---- ---- O a k Grove, MO MAXINE NEAL ---- ----- ---- ----- S e cl alia, Mo LOUISE lx-ICBRIDE ------ ---Chillicothe, Mo BIIANCHE MCMULLEN--- -- ---- Eureka, Kas FRANCES PIERCE ------ ---- ----------- O 1: tumwa, Ia HELEN F, PLIMPTON ---- --------- G lenwood, Ia ELIZABETH POLK- ------ ---Excelsior Springs, Mo DOROTHY LEE SANDERs--- ------- Springdale, Ark. LAVERNE STRANGE --.. ..... ----------- H 0 111611, M0- PAULINE STONER .,-,- ---- - - Excelsior Springs, Mo. ALMA TIPTON ------- ------- C Olumbia, M0- ERA MARIE TAYLOR ---- ---Licking, Mo. DOROTIiY TOBEY ----- ----- S edalia, Mo. ISABEL UI-IL --------- .... C 3l'I1CI'0I1, HELEN lVlARIE VOss--- ---- Fletcher, Okla- ROWVENA WIIITIXKER--- ---- Browning, M0- HELEN WOOD ------- ---VVaslIington, Ia. MARGARET VVOLCOTT--- ---- Kansas City, M0- Page 137 " ' ,, , ,C,, , ,. .,,., .- m'zj'm:'o " "' ' S V r Q K , , A ,. ,..',.4,,,., , .nhg rw., -..-u, N -gf ,. 5' :-':,:g.f'.::1f:T4'T..g 1::.'z.1.:f1':fTZ:Fj" Jiri' "Y" 1'f'lf,5'.f'a1.' fl--gg-juw I, V, .,,l,J.' ,--hu, , V 'L Trlgffifl "' i",'wi-.TQEH1-'fi-i,'111. . eo - ,'f'j.:,, R, Af, 1,3 of ,fy H N"""""" """""A"J A"""":k ' K ' . L, .E.,.,- , .- Q.. .....o..,L,w,g',,.L'u,L ,.h,1..4r ff Q- v l i Top row-HINSON, DECRER, KEENS, KENDRICK, SPENCER, ALEXANDER Second row-BROWN, YOUNG, MARWN, GREEN, LADGER, VVARREN Third 1'OW-JXOVYLIN, ELLIOTT, RCECKER, TUCKER, LINXVVILER, MOEEETT Fourth row-HUBBARD, MILLER, PYLE, COCHRAN, VVILSON, HAHN Fifth row-MONTGOMERY, COMES, BELL, RUITER, CUNNINGHAM, CHEYNEY Bottom row-SINCLAIR, TXIGNER, fl0UDELOCK, LAMERY, XVITHERUP, PARKER Page 138 1"Z'ZZl3'.i','E'.J7f'f1'if7575'Y uff. sz' .- Q. .1 1. Qi, fi? Wg: ff? Agn- -wg.aI.,,M-TO. ,---,., wwmmzm-A-, ,A , A W 3 r 1 ,LI Q, fha. 42 M M .. I., 1 ,Ly . A if , J fn. .EA ...I -. ,L -.Gps-129,54-I 'ies -A .P v -- f-1. -.,---..,.,,-,N-,,...--,,.,,,-.- --A?,,,-A-,,,, ,. , ,--ff. . - .35-L: 1 . ,N .V . L ETA UPSILON GAMMA PI CHAPTER Founded at Christian College, 1901. COLORS--Olive Green and Gold FLOWER'-YEZZOTU Rose SPONSOR-MiSS Elizabeth Stockton CHAPTER ROLL DOROTHY ADGER ....,.. ..,--, ----,-- DOROTHY ALEXIANDER-- BETH ALIERY ....... CLAUDIA BURNETTE--- PAULINE CHEYNEY- - - MARGARET COcHRAN--- JULIA COMBS ......... --- --Shreveport, La. - - - - Charleston, Mo Braymer, lVIO. - ---- --Purcell, Okla CLARA MAE BELL ..... --- DOROTHY LEE BROWN--- ---- -----Pawhuska, Okla -----Glenwood, Ia - --Charleston, ,Mo ---------Sedalia, MO - - - Caruthersville, Mo HATTIE CUNNINGHAM ---- DOROTIIA DECKER ---- ---- W ebster Grove, MO WILMA ELLIOTT ------ GLADYS ESTES ------- VERNIE GOUDELOcK--- LULA GREEN -------- LELIA HAIIN ----- I AMY HINSON -------- NIARGARET HUBBARD-- - ---------Tulsa, Okla ---------Dexter, Mo. - - -ii Oklahoma City, Okla ----------Osceola, Mo ----Oklahoma City, Okla DOROTHY KEENS --------- ---------Enid, Okla ----Tulsa, Okla -------Sedalia, MO ELIZABETH KENDRICK ---. ------ Oklahoma City, Okla. Knobnoster, MO. PAULINE LINXWVILER ----- ---- J efferson City, MO. NETTIE MARVIN ---- --..---- K ingman, Kas MARTHA RIILLER ------ --------- C hillicothe, lVIo FERN NIOFFETT --.---... .... FRANCES MONTGOMERY FANNY NOWLIN ------ SALLIE PARKER ------- - -- NELLE ROECKER ---- LUCILE RUITER ------ KATIJRYN SINCLAIR ---- CARRIE SPENCER ----- FLAVIA TIKQNOR ------ VIRGINIA TUCKEIi ----- --------Tulsa, Okla 3, Iontgomery. City, MO. WVHTTCHSDUTQ, Mo. ---Council Bluffs, Ia -----El Reno, Okla ---Jefferson City, lNIo ----Glen Allen, Miss - - - - -Shreveport, La. --------Ripley, Tenn -Columbia, Mo ERMA RUTH WVARREN .... ----.---- LEA WILSON --------- FAYNE WITIAIERUP ---- HELEN YOUNG----- Oklahoma City, Okla ----------Tulsa, Okla --Poplar Bluffs, MO. Oklahoma City, Okla. Page 139 , ,,,a,,,,,,,.,,,,..,.,..nma:::,' , -:fgm,f:1 ,. Page 140 Top l'OW-SHELBY, READING, SMITH, LIAMMOND, SHEPPARD, D Second row-HOUGHTON, MILLER, STERLING, SANDERS, LEE Third YOW-BECKETT, STEBBINS, TOMLINSON, LANDREY Fourth 1'0WiOVERHOLTZER, GILLIM, VVEILER, SHANNON Fifth row-DAVIS, SHOPE, HILL, ELLIS, LIMEOCRER Bottom row-PAINTER, CLARK, PAYNE, MILAN, HARDING, Lo ny- OME OMIS 4 I I Y N i. N E4 H9 as Z Li E? I: I I 155.511, namyumwmgg -: g-nn?- ,I yi is .Ir 3 K E 3 4 5 E . if as ,. H : KAPPA DELTA PHI Founded 1921, Stephens College CJ0IIORSLB7'0NZ6, Orchid and Straw FLONVERSlO7'Chid 'and Sweet Pea SPONSOR-MiSS Ilazel Whitman CHAPTER ROLL MARY FRANCES BECKETT ...M........ El, Reno, Okla. MARY RUTH CLARK ........M-........,,--,,,, Center, M0 VAUGHN DAVIS ............................ Centerville, Ia NADINE DOME .................,.,...,.,,,,--- Utica, M0 RUTH ELLIS ..........-.....,.,.,,........-, Pueblo, C010 1 ELEANOR GILLIM .................... ,...,. J onesboroj Ark DOROTHY HAMMOND ..... ................. B urlington, Kas IIVIOGENE HARDING ......................... ,-Cl1a1'it0n, Ia MARY HILL ......... CHRISTINE 'AHOUGHTON ---------------------Concordia, Kas ----------------------HaIniltOn, Mo PAULINE LANDREY .......................... Chariton, Ia. EVA LEE ................................... Lamar, Colo MAY LIMBOCKER .......................... Burlington, Kas. MARY LOOMIs---. ........................... Columbia, MO. VVILLIE RIILAM .............................. Kiowa, Okla. ADAH MILLER .............................. Clifton, Kas. GRACE GVERHOLTZER ............................ Leon, Ia JENNIE V. PAINTER-- VIRGINIA PAYNE ..... ----------------------MaywoOd, MO --------------------------Cairo, Ill EULALIE READING .......................... Louisiana, MO. MARGARET SANDERS ...................... Breckenridge, Mo. GLADYS SHANNON .... Pocahontas, Ark. ISABEL SI-IELBY ........................... Cllarleston, NIO. IJILIA SHEPPARD .......................... Blai1'St0WI1, M0. ALINE SIIOPE .-,,..... 4 .................... Norborne, Mo. RIILDRED KING SMITH ...................... Ash Grove, M0- HELEN STEBBINS ................D....-.-.... Albion, Neb. FLORENCE STERLING ..................-.--..-- Sedrllia, M0- GRIXCJE TOMLINSON ...... , ............---.- La Grange, M0- LENORE VVEILER ..... -. ..........-..----------- QUiI1Cy, 111- Patron es.s'es: MRS. C. M. SNEED MRS. J. D. GILASPY MRS. VV. J. HETZIJER Page 141 3 5. JI I if 1 , I J i lv I 5 3 I I I v J 2 I 4 1 I I If 3 I 3 S E I n -, I I ii al 2 5 3, 5 2 EJ L I N I I I I: QI 'I 'I K. If J I W F I i 5 I Page 142 x....,,..I....1w:.AAAf- ff-A A - , "i1Y'ff?"L, ,.. JI'i"4 'v'.T'2'Tg,' Top row-SLAYMAKER, CODER, OTT, GRIMES, LINDER, JONES. Second row-ELSON, ALEXANDER, ALLEN, K. JOLLY, P. JOLLY, PURCELL. Third row-L. CARROLL, G. CARROLL, DIBLE, BRADY, BAKER, FESLER. Fourth rovv-DUNHAM, LAWSON, DANIELS, HILDT, MCINTYRE, HECRMAN. FIfth row-BIRNEY, RICHARDSON, TEMPLE'fON, MURREL, PARKIN, BRETCH. Bottom TOW-MOORE, VVILLIAMS, SMITH, HIBBS, DYER, BYRAM. , . I . I , Y :mf 'A .II I5 '1 32 if AE 1 1 5 In I? 'S J Ji E E 1591 :Yan 'r I5 'awww-I. I-eu. TAT: .--X .AATL-1. '1--If fwu- :...,,.,S.. A:-1 ,7 U Y. V XA ,.., . im.. ' .-M " " -.r,. .www ...awa y . 3 . :: 5'-75. -2' .gs 5 35' '- I Y' mv: -155.5- T:'5"" :7'L:-I .,. v A, I 1, ., I, 4 L V H AIM. ,,,.-.....-...,............A-.,, ... A.-. SIGMA IO TA CHI ETA CHAPTER Founded at Alexandria, La., 1903. COLORS-Purple and Gold FLOWERTVi0l6t JEWEL-Amethyst SPONSOR-Miss Elizabeth B. Oakes ELIZABETH ALEXANDER BESSE IJOUISE ALLEN-- BETTY BAKER ........ JEANETTE BIRNEY .... LOUISE BRADY ...... EDNA BRETCH ...... HARRIETT BYRAM ...L GERTIE CARROLL .... LEILA CARROLL ..... WONDALYNE CODER--- IMOGENE DANIELS .... LORA DIBLE ...... DIXIE DUNHAIvI--- DOROTHY DYER--- LOUISE ELSON ---- HELEN ISESLER ----- CHAPTER ROLL -----------Paris, Mo. --Mountain Grove, Mo -----Kansas City, Mo -- -- --Wycklife, Ky. ----------Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. ------Abingdon, Ill., ----Vinita, Okla. ----Vinita, Okla ---Oskaloosa, Ia -------Caney, Kas ---Kansas City, MO ----E. St. Louis, Ill -----Marshall, MO - ------Unionville, Mo ---Vxfashington, D. C SARA GRIMES --------- -------- W ashington, Ia JEANETTE HECKMAN ---- --- ESTHER HIBBS ------- ANGELENA HILDT--- FRANCES JOLLY ----- KATHARINE JOLLY ---- HELEN JONES ----- lVIAY1VIE LAWSON ----- MARIAN LINDNER ---- lWLARY McINTYRE--- JUSTINE BIOORE ----- NATALIE MITRRELIJ ---- LIILDRED OTT ----- REVA PARKIN ----- ICY PURQELL -------- GRACE RICHARDSON..-- MARION SLAYMAKER ---- MARION SMITH ------. BEATRICE TEMPLETON- MAE VVILLIAMS-------- Colorado Springs, Colo -------Smithland, Ky ---------Tulsa, Okla ----Okmulgee, Ckla ----Okrnulgee, Okla ----Independence, Kas --------Tulsa, Okla -- --Muskogee, Okla. -----Tulsa, Okla --------Hope, Ark ----Kirksville, Mo -------Oskaloosa, Ia ----Frederickton, MO ----El Dorado, Kas -----Macon, MO -----Osceola, Ia -------Shreveport, La ----------Caney, Kas --Mountain Grove, Mo Page 143 Page 144 Top 1'0W-STOCKER, REAVIS, TURNEY, VVILLIAMS, PIENDRIX. Second 1'OVV-SVVITZER, DINSMORE, THOMAS, GUTTING, MUEGGE, WOODBURY. Third row-BLOKER, SEITZ, -VAN NOY, HALL, BURRALL, MURRAY. Fourth row-GEISSING, BURRIS, BALDVVIN, FAY, QVVNBEY, SHELDON. Fifth f0W4MULHOLLAND, WIGGS, HOGUE, MCCAIN, G. SUMMERS, LORIMER. Bottom row-FRANKLIN, A. SUMMERS, SMITH, JERNIGAN, MCCLANAHAN, DENT . N THETA TAU EPSILON ALPI-IA CHAPTER Founded 1921-Stephens College COLORSTIJAIZIC, Green and Yellow FLOWER-Ophelia Rose SPONSOR-Zvliss Gladys Pennington CHAPTER ROLL PAULINE BALDWVIN ..... RIARGUERITE BLOKER .... DOROTHY BURRALL ..... RUTH BURRIS ......... MARGARET HELEN DENT NIARCELLA DINSMORE .... ---------..-COrydOn, Ia ----Caruthersville, M0 --------AvalOn, Pa -- ---Linneus, MO -------O1athe, Kan --- ..... Albia, Ia. VERA JANE JAY .... .... ...........,,, T I1 Isa, Okla, LETHIE FRANKLIN--- NORR'IA GIESSING .... IRENE GUT'fING ..... CLEOTA HENDRICKS .... MARY HUGE ........ -----AppletOn City, MO - ...... --Fa1'mingtOn, MO JANICE JERNIGAN--- --- - NELLE LORIMER--- ..... ---- VIYIAN RICCAIN .... .,.... .... LOIS RICCLANAI-IAN .... RIARGUERITE MUEGGE--- VIOLA MULI-IOLLAND--- RAMONA MURRAY .... VIRGINIA OVVNBEY .... MARGARET REAVIS--- IDABELLE SEITZ--- VELMA SHELDON--- -- ..T.. Kahoka, MO --L-----COWgill, MO -----Olathe, Kan ---COmmeI'ce, Tex ---Olathe, Kan ---ShI'eVepOrt, La ---Spickard, MO - - -I13II1O1'1t, Okla. ----MalVern, Ia ---------LamOIIi, Ia - -- -- -- --Sp1'ingdale, Ark HELEN SMITH .......... ...... TEMPERANCE STOCKER L... ..... ALICE SUMMERS ....... GENE K. SUMMERS--- DOROTHY SVVITZER ......... GERTRUDE THOMAS .... MARY TURNEY ........ KATIiRYNE VAN NOY-- - RUTH WIGGS .......... AILENE VVILLIAMS .,.. RIARTI-IA VVOODBURY .L.. Patrovzesses : Jefferson City, MO. -------BilliI1gs, Okla. -----T1'entOn, MO ----Sh1'evepOrt, La -----L--Albia, Ia ------I----Carlisle, Pa -------Ca1'lisle, Pa. ------KiI1gstOn, MO ----ShI'evepOrt, La. ---..--EdgertOn, MO. Fort Morgan, Colo. --------Madill, Okla ----DearbOrn, MO - - - - Olathe, Kan. MRS. L. L. HUNT AIRS. H. R. TANDY MRS. A. L. WESTCOTT MRS. ROY IVAN JOHNSON 1 . - . Page 145 H sg I ' v 2 I E Q f T, U T1 f? 32 iig 5 Nl ,gg 5 EE 253 T2 53 ,T ga if 25 ao' M ,H Z iQ' ii if 2 ii? U yr ij ihlf 1,1 ,T yo if Tl pi 2 , il 3? i W V 1 V ,I l fo 25 ,L Hi N E31 ELT ,T tl' ,li ii 3' TH T: ML, F E r IL V 43 'Z 1 T i l i Page 146 Top row-THOMAS, FUNSTON, REIST, NORMAN, BAUM. Second fOW4ESTES, BROVVN, BELMEAR, HAYNES, PATTERSON. Third row-KTLLIAN, MITCHELL, STAYTON, LEA, FREELAND Fourth row-FELLOWS, LAVVSON, SIDERS, DUSTIN, MCCOMBS. Bottom row-ALLEN, BUNDY, MCCOMB, HANSON, WALTERS. Yy:e'J-I-x:::ax1.x.a2xz.zrr:s:lfm7:f.,Raw-w-fzfarnwgqn-R-1fm.-Q-1:mz:.1-T--np 1 tram-:1 srxspr 1:-5:55 Lax, V '-'-+ '- A 'xi 1:1-:efczx-f,:.13 ..L.. , y 9 '22 Ae A XA Y Af' yy Q, '-'f ..- - 3 f -r 3' .. ', ' ,g' V gg 3, . 'sf' , H521 1z:5:51f"?t'f ' - if 1' 3- A' .. "-ff Q V A it 'S . " 'ax " W2 .,-...-.-.-.,-.0 ..-.--..-,-..-.-..-,....,.... -----W . wlff.-:AE .. 1'f:i'.-Awrf fs-Wir ' ZETA MU EPSILON Founded 1921 Stephens College COLORS-'ViOl6t and Silver FLQWER-Lilac SPONSOR-Bliss Jeanette Garrett ETHEL ALLEN ..... FRANCES BARRY--- LOLA BARRY ---- GLADYS BAUM--- MARY BELMEAR--- CHAPTER ROLL --------M -------Odessa, Mo ----Russellville, Mo FRANCES BROWN -----. MARY RUTH BUNDY ---- HELEN DUSTON ----- THELMA ESTES ---- WANDA FELLOWS ---- MADGE FREELAND--- MABEL FUNSTON ---- LULA HANSON ----- MARY B. HAYNES--- AZALIA KILLION ---- GRETCHEN LAWVSON--- BIAURINE LEA ------ HAZEL MCCOMBS ---- ELIZABETH MITCHELL -- -- --Adrian, -Russellville, Mo. Leavenworth, Kas Dolores, Colo. ----Columbia, Mo -----Drexel, Mo ----Kingston, Mo -----Archie, Mo -----Weston, Mo --Grant City, MO ------Tulsa, Okla ----La Clede, MO -Harrisonville, MO --Marshfield, Mo - - - - - Beaver, Okla - Clifton Hill, MO Mo f NINA MCCOMBS -------- ---Kansas City, Mo --- ----- Rochporte, Mo. FLORENCE NORMAN-- -- ---Kansas City, Mo FRANCES PATTERSON ---- ---Yates Center, Kas NADINE REIST -------- -------- A drian, Mo HELEN SIDERS ----- ---El Dorado, Mo I GOLDIE STAYTON ---- GRACE STONE ------ PAULINE TI-IOMAS ----- -----Archie, MO -----Utica, MO ------ -----Oskaloosa, Ia MARY MARGARET VVALTERS ---- ---- C Olumbia, Mo F Patrorzesses: MRS. H. S. VVALTERS MRS. M. W. TUCKER Page 147 ,----,...1RH,2:--,..,.,, - f-J-v 'f 7' C r I C- I .Qff f an 1 F IN APPRECIATION An annual isnot the creation of an individual or of a small group of individuals. It is the product of a student body-of an entire community. The editors take this ' opportunity of expressing their appreciation to all those whose hearty cooperation has made the Stephensophia possible. They extend their thanks to the business men who have advertised in this book, for without this material aid the publication of the Stephensophia would have been impossible. ' ,A . Never before has all the art work in the Stephensophia been designed and executed in the .Art Department of - Stephens College. The edito-rs desire to thank Hiss Helen Anderson for her co-operation and following art students for their splen- did Work:- :MiAYME LAWSON FLORENCE STERLING HELEN YOUNG NATALIE LIURRELL FERN MOFFET ' NELLE ROECKER FRANCES PIERCE Theylwant to thank the typewriting classes for their services in typing copy. U And now they would thank the members of the staff for the interestthey have shown in assisting in the preparation of this yearis book for publication. Page 148 s :Q 4' .'lfgiV X 1 '1'.Nvk, A I .4-I .. A 5-ply., Alf! .,"' ' fs-,'-3' -. Qu" . ,gf-7 ! 'U :E w':L:'f' , ', if' .1VPTx -K :VA ..l V :J .23 1: '?:VVfgfV2f5fVV V 'fr-Jwfstgi, lf-L,1 :fEgfI3f'3Eg1 ,vi A if LV,,,,A5m ,:Qn!aV1x-V-L, ,K " 1'f"'i?' is fini fP'45'541-2 A M-:Wx e V Q., yiQf.Z:3'rf-1 . W, I., ,V ,l irq: s xi .,55,,, -- . 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M, f , ,,. f. ha: K , , - xv H , V I - ,M 4- ,v ,J v. 1, 1 V w 1 N 1 Page 151 -,, D..-Q-:QA.,1:.g ,- 4 ., - -1 ' ,.-.,p-1v.:,a,zrL:f:.mf'1'r,Lvzf:' 0? is .l A f ' lttiittii Q E THE LAST WORD IS NEVER SAID. There's no "last word" in-hats here. Every New Model that arrives spells the mode of the moment in great fashion centers. And there's such variety that every critical taste is satisfied. Come see what the express has brought' to-day. BRANHAMS MILLINERY MARY JANE WILLIAMS W -E YOU WILL FIND THE BEST GROCERIES AT NOWELLS ,B-A41 K BOONE COUNTY COAL CO. DEALERS IN BEST BOONE COUNTY COAL PROMPT SERVICE ...... CORRECT WEIGHT. D24 8? S34 -in I COLLINS CO. High grade Printing Paper-5 Suitable for College annuals and all advertising matter of the better class. DILL 65 COLLINS CO. A New York Philadelphia Boston Rochester Chicago Baltimore -ng Y Page 152 ROSS-KINLOCK HAT S H O P NO. 11-NORTH-'IOTH ST. I I. +1 YV ig, I vlw- . -. -- .. -1- , ., tt' 'Mis fa-if 1: 325 MF- ,,, " ii -Q uf2gt1G:1frd 5wr aEz-xxx? ' i tif! K"'L1.i5 ' '11 if :B 9 ' W ' 'L'f"-- 'R . 1, "ij , f L-...,........... -,...,. .i.,.,.,., .....,..,,,.,,,..,.,.,,I,,,,,,,,,,,mm EXTRACTS FROM A jUNIOR'S DIARY SEPTEMBER 26th. I may be the only child in the family but when I arrived my Big Sister was at the train to meet me. O ' OCTOBER 2nd, No wonder the Seniors have talked so much about the Barbecue. It certainly passed my greatest expectations. I'm sure President Wood couldn't have had a nicer birthday party. OCTOBER 16th. VVere Our faces shiny and Our hair slick? Did Our middies look becoming on backwards? VVell, we hope so, but it really didnit matter for it was Hi Beta night and all the Juniors were new pills together. OCTOBER 31st. , The Theta Tau's gave a HallOwe'en party. Oh, I saw spooks and all kinds of scary creatures, but we had lots of fun. lNOVEMBER 11th. For Once, Diary, I can be glad the United States had a war. We had a day OH' and Ihcould sleep a little longer this morning. , ' NOVELIBER 16th The Y. VV. C. A. had initiation. Every one looked pretty with their white dresses and candles NOVEMBER 25th I thought Ziegiield had come to town, but it was the Junior Jollies NOVEMBER aoth Thanksgiving Day. We went to the foo-tball game. It rained cats and dogs but we stayed to see Old K. U. get her walking papers. Mrs. Newton gave us a wonderful dinner. Then we went to "The Pot BOilers,', a play bythe Curtain Raisers. Almost too much for one day, isn't it Diary? DECEMBER 7th Thev always come home to roost. We're mighty glad Miss Burrall is with us again. DECEMBER 12th Everybody seems to have gone into the transfer business, but they are only moving Over to South Hall DECEMBER 16th The Y. W. C. A. gave a real Christmas party-trees, presents, Yule Logs, and everything Page 153 - . . . . v Q - twig:-Wi-Q-agwuvglsng vii I H-I Y- .. .v......., ,. .... ......,.. . . . -.1 ., M .. .. . 4 H- -i I, , L +221 934 W, . ,W ,, . , ,,,. M. ,.,,. ..,, . ..A. -5 -.M-Nfmgml "ik 5 XE 21, ,,,. ,,,.....4....-A, ,MMhZ,m:uLLMzLAl,m W, ,,, , .,.1 1 ,A,D,,..I,, I A A-fy'-A-ifWEMW-Q-W' awQ'Wg,f"'TW Wm" CONSOLIDATED THEATRES KARSTER AND woons, lvlgrs. OPERATING THE HALL AND COLUMBIA THEATRES PRESENTING THE BEST IN MOTION I ' ' PICTURES AT ALL TIMES WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE A E GILBERG 8: CO I IN CORPORATED5 CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS PURE FRUIT COFFEES TEAS PURE FRUIT JAMS GROCER SPECIALTIES .TELLIES 229 NORTH STATE STREET CHICAGO CATERING TO COLLEGES FRATERNITIES SORORITIES CLUBS AND CAFETERIAS Represented by C W GILBERG Pa ,X , , A 0 0 0 7 9 3 viii ' -- a e 154 A S,., , .. ,, .,.,,. E. , ., .1 , . ' . ' , oc- - 1 . ' . , G , . .rf . .-w. , .faq ,fi ' 11+ Q-f.srfi.Q.H !'fw -as A A ,Rini m,?I.:pw' X DECEMBER 19th. 1 d Toot, toot, All aboard, All homeward bound trains now leaving for Santa Claus an . JANUARY 44th. I had a wonderful vacation, Diary. JANUARY 22nd. The Kappa's transformed the Gym. into picturesque Holland for their Dutch Dance. There were windmills, tulips, and everything. JANUARY 29th. Bow wow, all Junior dogs came to the banquet. FEBRUARY 3rd, . Open House. Everybody out in evening dress. FEBRUARY 5th. The new semester began today. Just eighteen more weeks. FEBRUARY 9th. "Prunella" the big Curtain Raiser production, was a great success. It will run again tomorrow night. FEBRUARY 12th. i ' I thought I wias in dreamy Spain, the land of hearts. It was the Gamma dance There's always room for one mo-re. Stephens is crowded with delegates to the Sunday School Conference FEBRUARY 22nd We wonder why Washington was born on a hollday but we celebrated the casion Just the same MARCH 12th The Beta S1gS were hostesses at a real Greenwich Village dance MARCH 16th Where s your pep? Main Dorm won from the Theta Tau s 1n the final game of the basket ball tournament M 26th ARCTihe faculty had all their eccentr1c1t1es pointed out 1n the Faculty Take off Page 155 FEBRUARY 1 7th, .M Aww, lm 1 , 4 - f Page 156 ,Fa-,M-fm.-, - -- f-VA.----Y-W. . .,,.,...,.........,. .,M,.Q,,,,..,,.,.. f' +---- ' "'k"'J 'fT1i1"' " Jf'7 JS ,lii'T!f"17fXii'1ff: if iff 'f5""' "' L C" ' 'f , ' ""- f' X -V - --W H. V .., , - -, ,..Y: pk. Z:1z,f,3.,1g3g,,,g,fg,:ggf,:,g9 ' 1 I K if iz? i N xl , I is MARCH 27th. Seniors won the swimming meet by one point. MARCH aoth. Easter vacation began at 3:30. The delegates to the Classical Convention were guests of the college at dinner this evening. The Latin Club entertained them after- wards with a pageant. APRIL 13th. "A Kiss for Cinderellau was a big hit. APRIL 16th. VVe had a wonderful time at the Zeta Mu Gingham Dance. APRIL 18th. Election Day. What could be more exciting? APRIL 23rd. The Delta Rho's gave us a lovely party. APRIL 30th. y Dances seem to be quite the thing. The Sigma Organdie Dance was a great success. .I UNE 5th. Oh, Diary, I know I have been neglecting you, but you don't know how busy we have been. It's all over now though and we're going home today. Can you realize it? ' A CAUSES OF INSANITY AMONG THE FACULTY 1--Shall we write on both sides of the paper? ' I 2-I didn't hear the question. 3+Are our quiz papers corrected? 41-What did you say was the lesson for next time? 5-I had my theme written but I left it up in my room. 6-Must we write this in ink? E 7-I had a headache last night so I couldn't get it. 8-May we go now? 9-Wait till I get some paper. 10-Can I go after my mail before the class starts? 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PHONE 829 BOUDOIR LAMPS ELECTRIC GRILLS 61 15 "Quality Fo otwe ar" SHOES HOSIERY REPAIRING TH!-i HCJUSI-I QI-C CQURTESY 806 BROADWAY SHOES FINEST MAKES IN LATEST STYLES FIRST BY LEVY EXQUISITE SILK HOSIERY +93 Page 162 E ' ,W..WLW.W ..S., --,,, ,,.T ,,,,,,-,L,,lL.,.LLL, f L, ,.,, H SS L, ,LLL A if i9Fl'90FfMYir-?-TW!?fJiT5l6216?.K'L:4Es 1:13 r'b1FT'f'S.i5'1 fiiis-QL.E',L3-Z,-Ufii!iZQ5.ZL'22L?i 'w'T?4 --' "71i-"1".!.2C:!3Z2?L3QZt'Z.af E!nZYi'L'2'1151it1:ZE.'!5i5ivEzL5L1E?E'JZ1iE.QgA1:5L.:x7 A. QLEEESZLLFJL E I Q +521 R 54 s GOLDMAN'S 910-12-14, BROADWAY COLLEGE GIRLEOII-EEADQUARTECRS WCDMEN'S WEAR STYLE MATERIAL PRICE ARE ALWAYS SHOWN HERE ' MAKE OUR -STORE YOUR STORE GOLDNII-XN'S ALS ,gq SERVICE THAT'S OUR SECOND NAME MAKEAUS PROVE IT J. GUY NICQUITTY "QUICK PRI NTERH Page 16 W-vmwmxgf lx gi . . N, .qngmmgz-,ga-.:f,f5-mzzkezazcsmmmmusmnszrvaraagvrmwmm vi... . 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Miss STEPHENS 1 903: "When the pavements are coated with ice-lest you fall, Wear rubbers. When the campus is breezy, but slushy withal, Wear rubbers, When there's sleet all the night, and rain all the day, When the mo-nth of December is balmy as May, fMy dear Mother said, when she sent me away,Q WEAR RUBBERS? Miss STEPHENS 1 923: A FAMI Wear rubbers? My dear,-they are really passe, Are rubbers, I could not endure them 01 even a day Old rubbers In galoshes I thznk I should lzke to be seen The hzch Russzan boots are certaznly keen But rubbers-my word' Thzs thang you can t mean NOT RUBBERS' Handsome man, Great blg moon Sweet malds pretty pout Gentle whlsper, Heavy clmch, Another frat pm out Mznnze Means strugglzng to get a new pazr o shoes on I ll never be ab day or two le to wear them at all, untll I ve worn them a H zbbs How long can a fellow IIVC wlthout bralnsp LIAR BACK Dmrze I don t know, how old are you? Page 167 . 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MERCHANTS UPRIGHT, GRAND AND PLAYER PIANOS GENUINE VICTOR AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPI-IS VICTOR AND BRUNSWICK RECORDS SHEET MUSIC-SMALL INSTRUMENTS-RADIO SUPPLIES EVERYTHING IN Music COLUMBIA-MOBERLY-MEXIC01-FAYETTE W VX' Page 17 0 T ,, 1 2 A 5 5 E1 ,, B N 3 Q , W 3 Pl-IQNE "TWO SEVEN OH" 900 B-ROADWAY 0 ' MADICET ooefrti , . n ESTABLISHED l893 Xa I MQXDX 5 SHOES 800 BROADWAY AND HOSIERY 5 P511 ll.--.....f....a...M ' I J A Y, ,W , ,,,,7,, , nr ,..,, annum.-zxnpv-J.:r-l. , f1A , - p.-:-1-?f-- -7.:fv4--sve- ,f-:.,L?,gm.vx-.,f::.A f-f f2 f 1' 'T ' ' Y at Y , ,,.,. , nf ,-,., . , , . ww',mamm2'-"'L 1-Kmlusm 13 ,f , - -, , . - 'ff '-mga -'fygg-,-'5-1. 'f-x.:'E1zw-x:f:xa-nfv:e::T.f:sc.nr:4nf:sr4sr:mmQruxzswlfdmfm xf, H., W, .. iST'EPH'E'NS'OPHlA MMWM QM an! , mm wwmandzy Q74M44 t Y .., 'Y,f,1ffL'1. X ,M . , , ,, . - Miss Burmll-"All institutions for the uplift of humanity date from the be ginning of the Christian era. W1 H - W. U io can name some for me? Zllary Grinder- Elevators !" -- Dvfviky SOON-HI Saw you dating yesterday with a gentleman who appeared to have only one arm." Ruth Wigg-"Ah, no! The other arm was around some wiheref' ' . " O O .soo xx . -tpg!.'I+! LOVINGLY DEDICATED To V. G. and others who have "caloric excess"-and enjoy it CWith apologies to the usual sourceQ To eat or not to eat: That is the question Whether 'tis better unvariedly to suffer The jibes and joshes of unfeeling schoolmates Or to cease now to store caloric excess, And by so ceasing, lose it? To fast, to gain No more, and by these fasts to hope to end The need for "extra sizes" and annoyances That flesh must suffer. 'Tis a consummation. Unfalteringly to strive for. To fast, to shrink. To shrink, perchance to starve, ay, there's the rub. For in that health campaign what dangers lurk? VVhen I achieve that longed-for, sylph-life form. Will I survive? , -Selma Brewer. Page 173 , ,, ,. ,,,.,, ,W mmnansvvv . '-lua!5:r.1.ssu.m::x:amw,v.sanaaer,:5m1'4a.zw W waz -5.1.1 me-.Q 2,.f1..,.w:J3-:Sf Y, - F .. W " .' Ffiat-'Nzfmwzmi'fzfridr1xs1".:m-'31:2::4d3.iz:Hs:'f21f:.'rf1f2tff'z-s'3i'rQf1':Li5'h'Jsfmzk-'1s.2l!'.h"mf-3'm 1 1 1 .. 1 1 1 1 13 1 5 ji 1 .g Q 111 11 I-1 1 3 1 1 'a 1 E4 1 11 2 ,, 5 1 3 1 11 1 1 11 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 .X 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 11 1 V 1 1 1 11 i1 ,1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 I1 1 1 1 1 1 2 I 1 1 1 1 5 Q I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Page 174 5 1, f--- ,.,. I Az wr iw IH IQ, U1 "E r, ,O 2' I T, f I Jq 5 Isg E TE Tig 'I I I ,i I 'I If I ' I 1- 5 p 1 I I H PECKS DRUG CO. WHERE YOU GET YOUR NEWS- PAPER DRUGS, NEWS, KODAKS KODAK FINISHING COMPLETE LINE OF ALL POWDERS, ROUGE, AND TOILET REQUISITES WHY IT PAYS TO TRADE AT HOPPER - POLLARD DRUG CO. -i Our store is only one Of the forty thousand drug stores in the United States but ten thousand of those stores are banded together for the purpose of buymg and manufactur Ing the very finest of Drug Store goods and are known as the Rexall Stores Each one of those ten thousand has the same buying pow er as the whole and passes thus ad vantage on to Its customers Our store IS one of the ten thousand that s why It pays you to trade here HOPPER POLLARD DRUG THE REXALL STORE 907 Bdwy Columbia NI PEG I 5? PE PFPX4 is is We is QUIK E Q 'T til , I ,, gil gl , THE DRUG SHOP FOR REAL KODAK SERVICE w. O. KNIGHT, PROP. PHONE 302 GIRLS OUR DELICATESSEN HAS EVERYTHING FOR THE LUNCH IN YOUR ROOM. AT OUR CAFETERIA WE SERVE EVERYTHING BUT' BACTERIA OUR PIE FITS THE FACE IVlcALLISTER S MARKET DELICATESSEN AND CAFETERIA . , T 1 I , I I . - CO. l Q . I I Im,m,L.W,M,,,W,M,, ,,,r,, I VIIKI W ,.I, .1f1gj,-,,--.,.fEE Page 177 , , , .W W, ,, --.LL .. -M-.Av .--,.-,,,1A4v- ww,-A-,ff-G-v-..--Egan?-A-:vwff--A If-pp-1 , , A ' Z Dk - E Z4 IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR AND PREFER THE BEST CALL s1iRENG's SWEETEST PLACE IN TOWN DISTINCTIVE PAISTRIES- ' WHOLES-CME BRAND 1010 BROADWAY b COLUMBIA, MO. ,XA - X, +I RX4 bs' V GOTHAM SILK' STRIPE HOSIERY BLACK 'CAT SILK HOSIERY IVIUNSINGVVEAR A LA FAYETTE GLOVES ' -I WARNER GORSETS VIRGINIA GLOVES I - g ' PAUL JONES IVIIDIJIES NIAGARA IVIAID The D-YANAIVIA WATER- GLOVES PROOF 1vIoLINEs I BRIDAL WHITE GOODS I IN NAINSOOKS-LONG CLOTHS, BATISTES, DIMITIES, ETC. 631 , Page 176 'XI D24 DAVIS 8: WATSON COAL COMPANY FRANKLIN COUNTY ILLINOIS COAL 10 ASH ST. OPPOSITE WABASH DEPOT Q14 I up PASTEURIZED CULTURED MILK I A BUTTERMILK 51st PRIZES AT MISSOURI STATE FAIR I IN 1922 HOME OF PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS ' WHITE EAGLE DAIRY COMPANY PHONE 360 CREAMERY BUTTER WHIPPED CREAM FRO EN GO ICE C E M ...Sp ,Eff-..,.. ... K.,-,...v-,,-,,.Y...- w M ., 1 Page 178 M7 3 S F ,. 5 r 5 y I 3 L W 1 A 1 I, 5 3 5 F 1 5 1 024 iv? sco'r'rs BOOK BoswEl.L's sl-lop BOOKS, ' STATIONERY DRY GOODS 8: AND READY TO WEAR SCHOOL SUPPLIES 920 BROADWAY SEDALIA COLUMBIA NEWARK, OHIO L 1007-1009 BROADWAY 1 PX' +R? BOONE couN'rY TRUST COMPANY YOUR ACCOUNT WILL BE APPRECIATED WHETHER LARGE OR SMALL. ALL ACCOUNTS RECEIVE OUR C'OURTE-OUS ATTENTION. iq if' S1 PXQ Page 179 "O" "WJ" 'af' 'gl'::'5""'m"T""" V Us M ' , ,. ., f.. , Y,-.f .,-f. 4: ff..1ff'f riff:wifzifrlvxfizvk-5-g:1,'::"::L2r:,'eff' - QM -W.,.s-ww-v , v1:rf.e",'::.'LZaim"'.:.....w'w " - s,.,M...,,,,. :I , ,1::1:m:wv.1sz:r.'2t3mv.s.'i2:1m'1'::.':fLufm1s,ax...,.fJxg Ihr:-:':.,..,,-.q..,V,...Q,-. . fa -- DZQ' A. BUCHROEDER JEWELER STEPHENS COLLEGE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY CORDOVAN LEATHER NOVELTIES-JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS 1015 BROADWAY PHONE 704 GREEN WE DO WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING z 5 'I '4 EXQUISITE AND UNEXPECTED MODELS, CHARMING INDIVID- SUALITY AND JAUNTY PIQUANCY CHARAC- TERIZE OUR WELL TAILORED CREATIONS. ge 180 +934 A - fi. iq A A , , A A A A AAAA A A A A A q 5 A 57 Q1 3 5 lf: gl .?E"I!'f' ,F G fzwwr',.is::1:f' -1fx::wr4z:-zvv-H'rs..-...- . vwuf1.:mv-.uawnzzfffa www'ma.mana::'r:r::uzur::x::mwm:zfiiczmznian-yzammasrzn.wunmx:.::1i1..':szf1x:r:f-1:wma-v:,1JQrs:,11Q1av1s:1:5rau1w:1:nm2:s.fs::: +2zasf1i2.::xnasQ:4':1z'J.Lfx1...Af'v.f:f""'. .' W.""f-'Fm ,-tk..""vw'l'E..1. 3 H K t .4 .-v,.,g, 4.1 E., ... .. ...N ij., ,,,,gi, ' ,relies xg..-5 G-MW -M Leila-"Gertie,'did you put the light out in the candy kitchen P" Gertie-"Yes-" Leila-"I don't believe you did because I-" Gertie-"VV ll 'f . C , 1 you think lid tell a story about a little thing like that, go do it yourself." . "You look sweet enough to eat," He whispered soft and low, "I do?" the fair one answered, "Where do you want to go?" ...l "How long have you been engaged?" "This time or altogether?" Margaret H ubbard-"How can I keep my toes from falling asleep ?" Marian Smith-"Don't let 'em turn in." ' How T0 GET ALONG WITH YOUR RooM MATE 1. Keep her shade and style hair net no matter what kind you wear. 2. Always have on hand her size hose. 3. Get up late and Hunk your quiz, rather than lct your alarm wake her. 41. The next morning get up at 4:00 when her alarm rings, although you don't have a class till 10:30. . 5. Pack away all your photographs and pet pin cushions so that she may have full room for display. 6. Always be dressed to run to the library for a book. 7. Knit the rest of her sweater after she gets half-way up the back. 8. Run down and get the mail. 9. Do her shopping while she goes to the show. 10. Next year get a single. Page 181 F ,1:...::f:.'.i::Z:L3: '. ,R M- f , .LK Q - ' ' V- -,4f,, ,- N ' X Hia-- .fg X i N ., : ' ".'-zu:-4,'L'c':::L-1 H ' f ,I 35 1 A Q gg 2 s si Eg 3 i E ai R E P W' Page 182 I ir ,m .., , M. ,,,, . W, N, , MW , 1!A:t'Jr'f',:?-e"sv.nl:iimvma:a.n.f-f mfg-1511, ... 1-v-:vm--. -ww -gf: 1fTfIr'.Z"i"',22tEE1I':f'3.t!SYE'7.1'i:'L':gu'i ::fncx'v::f1'r::ffvfw'1-rxfwrfixw 11- ,-1:1-:frQcfzim-:iifzzrnv-xcvm-1-'we-rs'-W'M I-1'-1 f'-W'-v'f""-"M',... x I FEATURING WEARING APPAREL AND MILLINERY FOR MTI-IF col I1 ,FTGF Miss" MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERSII IVIARINELLO BEAUTY PARLOR IN CONNECTION 4 BRANHAMS - -+94 THE BANK OF' STRENGTH CHARACTER SERVICE BOONE COUNTY NATIONAL BANK R. B. PRICE, Pres. Page ,,..., WWA. ,- mf,-, J ml :umsIzrsszrssxx.-r-.mmfls-fQAy,nmr'.Efz'.LJRL:-'xwzpgaz f:z-f'a,:xv.am+1'ee3-':.ew-w.x2'-Mfu.- 'fP1v-'wwl'- :SM ff-f Q'f::-:-1'rgf:sg:-1vnevf-svf:,c.11z:.::4m'fw.nx.14:rfw1: -'-'-H' "-f'l"'L"f 183 In I E, IQ I 3 4 II I ,. I, f ,IRIL CCCI I Q, I I i , . I I. I ,. I ,, . I I 3 I 1 I I I I S E Q I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 3 :,,,...I, I 2? IE 5 I I I I I I 1- 020 N21 fi WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS WHETHER THE WAYS HARDWARE ACCOUNT BE LARGE OR C SMALL. A , OMPANY GIVE US A TRIAL WINCHESTER-SIMMONS STORE. KEEN KUTTER SCISSORS NATIONAL BANK PHONE 147 -A E R+ Rf in I T INSTITUTIONS DESIROUS OF PRocuRING AN APPRECIABLE SAVING ON THE BETTER THE TAVERN GRADES OF FOOD HAVE 1 PLACED THEIR STAMP OF I DRUG STORE APPRovAL ON VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN EDELWEISS FOOD PRODUCTS WHERE FRIEND MEET FRIEND JCHN SEXEQAN KNY EVERYTHING NEW IN P TOILET SUNDRIES X GROCERIES K .- CHICAGO Rf If SZ' H - E +R A THE CENTRAL DAIRY ,UNIVERSITY WHO FILLS vouR ORDERS DAY OR NIGHT AND HAS FRUIT Co' IT DONE ExAo'TLv RIGHT FRANK BALSAMO OWNER I TO EVERY ONE'S H , . ,H suP,REIvIE DELIGHT? Sm' It Wlth Frult I THE CENTRAL DAIRY 921 BROADWAY COLUMBIA, IvIo. COLUMBIA IvIo. QQ --- EI E Sf' WPS E X4 IF YQU WANT A HOME THE TWO BEST PLACES TO IN COLUMBIA WRITE EAT 'N COLUMB'A sIvIITI-I af CATRON HOME REALTY CO. AND .'BROADMORE INN EXCHANGE NATIONAL RK. BLDG. CQRI 101-H AND BROADWAY R I RN E? P fe 184 WHOLESALE AND FACTORY DISTRIBUTOR OI- CQ! I FQF AND INSTITUTION SUPPLIES SID CONDICT SEDALIA, Mo. THE G-IFT SHOP ' 919 BROADWAY TI-IF I- OGICAI I PI ACE TO BUY GIFTS THERE IS A REASON WHY A if LINDSEY S JEWELRY SILVERWARE CUT GLASS NOVELTIES 918 Bd y STYLISH FOOTWEAR SAP P B ROS P L U S Q U A L I TY SHQES H0 SIERY REPAIRING , 9 G f that last" PIIOTYC 58 fxd Z i 5 5 3 7 1,7 ,,, a ijjg r 454 U F, ,.., 1 ,, ,.,.1.5T,,.,,f,.. ..:::.Li.T.-,f,,t-,1, P555-,113-3r3'gf-Rf' if kv ,Q i Q 1 V ..L. ..J...,.... ,-A, ,,.A.A 'ff' V gl' v'-aww?-"ww 'wa Hu!".x r - , 5. .,.,.i,.. .,L.,,,.,., . -,-,,1,,.Qf ax,-fini W T In P+i"u1?1fsP14.f.HEw'Nfb ,.......v.,.....,.Q.. ,Nm..Q.,.x..,,.,,,. ,..-,.i.f-,, ..,, . .,- -R..,....-...-W.. n....,.,..,, . , , .2 ',.., , ,fu A f. , ,W -gg, ,, A V 4-,...:..l. 1.14- 4x...L,,::-Q: ru-,.1ez4If, ,.:.Jff ma -A Y .L..,.. --.M p x Page 186 -uma-annum-f-.amancgzsnzxm ,. .. ..,..,-,A,A-..,: -X ' .....,. .,- .....',...,.. .-ww V . ' , . w i 1 ' VT- - - -'--- , --Q-m,:,,,,,, -Y, A,-,,....:,:V,1,--J W--- ,1 W -A - ' """"' cv rg D I "SAY IT vvm-I FLOWERS" I 7TH so BROADWAY CO. PHONE 366 DX? X1 X4 FOIR HXCEILLENT HEMSTITHYH- ' GH-MAN at ING I ATB HEATING DORSEY I , FOR I THE SINGER SEW- , 'NgO'VlxQi?l?IE DRUGS AND . ' TOILET ARTICLES 13 SOUTH 'IOTH. PHONE 49 COLUMBIA, MISSOURI 914 BROADWAY . if 5 49219 UXQ ... I IZ' IX FUR EASY BAKING USE H-P Fl-OUR ' I-lElBEl.'s E011 sAT1.sEAcT1oN USE RED RING POULTRY FEEDS PHARMACY I AND BOONE COUNTY K MILLING COMPANY FOUNTAIN PHONE 9 A I Cc aa 'I I TRANSFER AND s'roR AGE COMPANY 44" Page 187 :2zr.,:.m4f:-1f:.f.sw1s91f-Inf' L5 'Q I F5 Ii If- 25'-7711. ,."'.ffsE:.'Lsnfr I5 . GQETIBWTMJKWJIQ-w 31ZlEEQ?' I snwsvhrirxe-Nha: vvawvsvwf ' an-sw ws ' Afamseqm :mx safmnzfrufvav- an lu :N WZ 024 I I I l l l l l l l l l ll l l l l l l l m l I l l ,l l l l l l l l l l l l l P ge 188 IN EVERY COLLEGE TOWN THERE IS SOME PLACE, SOME INSTITUTION, THAT STANDS OUT PRE-EMINENT IN MINDS OF STUDENTS ANDQALUMNI. IN COLUMBIA THAT PLACE IS HARRIS' THE HARRIS QUALITY OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT AND COMFORT OF HARRIS, BOOTHS ARE INTERWOVEN WITH YOUR MEMORIES OF STUDENT LIFE. HARRIS' C A PERF ECTION IN CONFECTION MILLARD AND SISSON I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I n I I I I I I I I I I I 1 4 'ig' ll N., , ,I . f 'W - 'v"" -Y " . nmfm-mA-myrxmnma. ,,.,xv.1:n1:rnb.:s-55.1 , m,-a:.n,-.uxsw..A-..u..1.., . - -- . iff'ff?fEifEr"fTJ32f51ETMS'ff' wr, ,.,, ,, ..,, , .,.. - ., ,. Y ,, V ,W--. , - ,,,,a,g?.Q Qs: m iff'-'Si-QEKIM3? Yf'gi-L3-'te1??-,i- ,Wah .-gf .L..1.f.,..E..,U..w..X,4.AMf.E,. ..,. f,,Q.,Ex..EE,?L.1,. f.:..A,, MM- -M-Q-K-. HQ-,gf 'cfm 73:9 mi QT 5 1-. Id H,-,U N- lf ,AQ K, gf 24-1' A 5 ,.,,.....N.,...... ,-.m...,...,.. . .w,...,,, Sf. ,:u,,.gmw.4 , ,E .,, 5 A M A - ,V ,K-V, , V , H, .xl ,H 421. Q ,, imxmmm . , Himmafzkzvi A E2 TO THOSE OF YOU WHO GO WE WISH YOU SUCCESS, AND YOU MAKE A GOAL. TO THOSE OF You WHO STAY ' WE HOPE TO SERVE YoU, IN THE SAME our WAY. DORN CLONEY LAUNDRY AN DRY CLEANING CO PHONE 116 V-W,-.Hf..1,f'H.9Rx N P Je 189 A I 1 O -- - :Sla- ar """' if Y AY , V17 , ,,,..,.. .. -A V Al'-YA- VW Page 190 , I A I y X 4 , , I Mmm., ,x,. 4 ! I I I I I I I 'iff - IQ, I I I FURNITURE Rugs ,I 1, I PARKER'S WE FURNISHED WOOD COLUMBIA AND SOUTH HALLS 16 NORTH 10TH ST PHONE 53 -194 TABLE COMF ORTS LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE Iam xsmx A xmM'sm xxx, !'gx1QIl!lmN xW ff xv! Q olum NISSOUFIIJ X 1SXv II I XDQX gp g mx X N' 5 N ffl X I ' N xxx x ww NWS? WRST S .W EEBROTHB A s X ITECl9lERlN?D snr A rw 5 T 5 ,gg 2 I ICIOUS I UNCI-I EVERY THING FOR A DF INCLUDING JERSEY IVIAID AND VASSAR MILK CI-IOCOLATES f- I f I I Cv, --- oak agp -- I - I II II I li 'I I I I I I .o li E I . I I 3 I I I I 1 IW--I,II1" I 'I " .?'jA LJLI If-IIIIZI' 377 'iI'.' Xia f I:fffI"II-If IQIIII- I 1 QA, ' . III-, 'Ipr.II,, f ,,,,N:L,, ,,..,,,,,,,,, . QUIK I WWII IIIIIII " I ,Rf I mu I. III, bi' 'gif 'In ' IZ IIIIII Wim T-WIIMIJIII. 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They Seem to Specialize in Almost daily College girls phone smart youthful styles cmd their prices their Mothers for permission to buy GN' less than they are here af home- a, frock, a, coat, or at suit at Estes' Store, because they always find the newest styles at very reasonable prices. ' College girls delight, too, to select here their gloves, stockings, hats, un- dergarments, and other accessories to i correct costuming. I ll JOHN H. ESTES 3 DRY eoons AND womzms WEAR. y vfQ--- - - ' 54 453 -- -42.4 I 1 Q FOR THE LADIES i FULL LINE PHOENIX HOSE s SWEATERSAND SVTEATER, VESTS. ly VICTOR BARTH CLOTHING CO. i l A ' '-'ZF fi J 4' Qi X Page 193 il ll ll sm e,re,M.,c,M , ec.i sc-,,,,,,,,re.e--,er,.,e1s.r-r.wM---i-W----as------YMW--ef-H it 13132941-.'Qr4z'.fQ:lf-at-mxirrzsrrisf Q' - -W --We v --V Y'-fu.N-.- Y'-r-ug'-' -e'::cvm'z:a.114:-1'::f' -Lzifggiz-41,4341 :ff.:11mu:z:.'z75.i.:.x.:a:'r.s:5'::,.:g.n:m:z.1:..cr'.':1.1:::x: ""'::: :J 'Earls wi f:.va:..s.s,,-s,ha'..Q,1:.w. . .N J- -Y 1-KW. 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