Stephens College - Stephensophia Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

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S'l'El'lII+INS, 1'v'1f.s-irlmt. Page IQ Page 20 JAMES NIAIJISON NVOOD, A. B., B. S., A. M Prasizlent nn A r M SUSAN RIENDENIIALL . Dean of Women KNSXAA, W rg AIVBMMV XM 'UM -' MW' Page 22 ' ' 'Y' ' f 7' , .Jw I. cJl'l'ENIIlCIMICll, Ph. D. Dean of the Faculty '- JJ uf Q . rc! BASIL D. GAuN'rL1u'r'r Dirccfor of the Canscrvntory Page 23 r',,4 3 ' .,...-.-....-........-.... .,,,' i D 1 2 Faculty JAMES BIADISON NVOOD ............................. ,....,,.,....,, P resident Pd. B., Warrcnsburg State Normal, A. B., B. S., Missouri, A. M., Columbia. TWEREETT WALLACE C1-xAnTEns .......................... Director of Research A. B., McMaster Univ., B. Pd., Toronto, PI1. M., Chicago, Ph. D., Chicago. l'JESSIE ALLEN CHAn'rEns ............................ Consulting- Psychologist A. B., Univ. of Washington, A. M., Washington, Ph. D., Chicago. J. J. OPPEN1-IEIMEE ............ Dean of Faculty and Professor of Social Science Pd. B., Warrcnsburg State Normal, B. S., A. M., Missouri, Pl1. D., Columbia. SUSAN BIENDENHALL .......... ,--..-, .......................... Deon of Women Hartford School of Relig. Pedagogy, Columbia.. JESSIE LOGAN BURRALL ....................... Director of Religious Education 1 A. B., Minnesota BASIL D. GAUN'rLET'r .......... Director of Conservatory and Professor of Piano Grad. of Conservatoire National, Paris, Franiceg studied under Isidor Philipp and Edouard Risler LILLIAN G. REYNOLDS .................................. Professor of Biology IJOGISE DUDLEY ........................................ Professor of English A. B., Georgetown College, Ph. D., Bryn Mawr College. Roy IVAN Joi-iNsoN ........................ Professor of English Composition A. B., B. S., Missouri, M. A., Ph. D., Chicago. GRACE O. PEivmEu'roN ................................ Professor of Education B. Pd., Missouri State Normal, B. S., A. M., Columbia. BIARIANNE WHITAKEE ................................... Professor of Fremrh l A. B., Nebraska, Sorbonne. GENEVA DRINKWVATPIIX .................................. P1'of6SSOr of History . A. B., B. S., Missouri, M. A., Chicago. PEARL BEAUCHAMP ........................... ........... I 'rofessor of Latin A. B., B. S., Missouri. Tumooosm Tucimn CALLAWVAY ...................... Professor of lifaillefflaiiiv-9 Pd. B., Missouri State Normal, B. S., M. A., Columbia. WJEANETTE GARIiETT ................. ........... .......- I 711 Sffuvfdr in F00d-Y B. S., Columbia. iResidence, Pittsburgh, Pa. 'On leave of absence, Columbia University. Page 24 -- . . .....f.., .-.-.i..w.. ,,... I I! f 1 W. i N 4 x 4 'Ml si . y HELEN IRENE ANDERSON -..................... ........ I nstrucfor in Fine Arts le Ill. State Normal Univ., Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago Art Institute, li' l Chicago Applied Arts School. l'f lM0LI-IE G- VVHITE --- ----------...-............. ---Instructor in Chemistry E j A. B., A. M., Missouri. it 1 EVELYN LARSON --- .----...................... Instructor in Clothing ' 3 B. S., Columbia. ANITA NYE ..... ................. I nstructor in Commercial Subjects A. B., Michigan. 1 WALTER ESSMAN --- .....-....................... Instructor in Economics 1. l A. B., A. M., Missouri. O- K- ARMSTRONG ------..-.................. ......... I nstructor in Education w 3 B. S., Drury College, LL. B., Cumberland University. l l CLLKREN 'E E AGSDALE ........................... ---Instructor in Psychology l ,, M-A-'N A. B., B. S., M. A., Missouri. ' l PATIEN. E A .-7LA941.i .... Instructor in English Literature QM X """"""A" A. B., B. S., M. A., Missouri. ! ' ' URA TA .ARCY -.-........................... ---Instructor in English f QE' A. B., A. M., Missouri. JUN ARDER --- ---------------------- ---- I nstructor in English il i A. B., Bryn Mawr. l AGNES G. VVALKER ---------------------- Instructor in Empression and Debating fi I A. B., Coe College, A. M., Illinois. g I ' RUTI-I NIARIE GRAIIALI ------------------------------ ---Instructor in Foods B. S., A. M., Missouri EULALIE PAPE --- --------------------------------- Instructor in French if A. B., B. S., M. A., Missouri. MAIJOLIN DFINTON --- -------------------- Instructor in High School Subjects jg B. S., Missouri. NIARJORXE CARPENTER --------------------- ---..--------- I nsfructor in Latin li l A. B., B. S., A. M., Missouri. 1 . . ll Q EDNA ROBINSON ,,- ,------------------- -------- I nstructor in Mathematics 2 1 A. B., B. s., A. M., Missouri. y F, R, ANTOINE ,,- ----------.------------ Instructor in Instrumental Music Private lessons. i HELEN BRELOS ----,-,-,-,,,,.,,, --,.------------------ - -Instructor in Voice 1 Studied Voice with J. K. Jackson, Frederick Bruegger, Chicago, Joson Sicfcrt, I ' Richard Hagcmeng Piano, Frederick Mueller. MAMHQ ERICSON ,-,,,-,,,,, ,--,,-,---- -------- I ri .structor in Piano and Theory i Music G., Northwestern. ll E. KA'FIIERINE FARRAH ------..-. ....-... ------------ ---- I 'fl S '57'UCt07' in Voice l if A. B., Alabama, A. M., in Voice, Michigan. 2 Page 25 4 RUTH B- GOODSMITH ------------- --...-....... I nstructor in Piano and Theory Music G., Northwestern, American Conservatory with Adolph Weidig, Pupil of Joscl Thcvinne, Music B., Northwestern. CONSTANCE GRAHAM ---.-......... Instructor in Piano, Pipe Organ, and Theory Music G., Northwestern. BIAYME B. GIESSING ................... .....,,...,,,-,., I 1L,9t1'uct0r in Piano John M. Steinfeld, San Antonio, Prefreld School, Chicago, Kunkel School, St. Louis. ELBERTA BIARCIA KAGY ......-................. Instructor in Violin and Theory Sch. of Music, Drake, Institute of Musical Art, New York. ETIIEL :MAE HILL -.---....-....... ......... I nstructor in Physical Education B. S., Columbia. CATHERINE WARNOCK ........................ Instructor in Physical Education A. B., Teachers College, Greeley, Colo., A. M. Columbia. HELEN KINGSTED ....................N............... Instructor in Drramatics B. A., Minnesota, M'c'Pl1ail Dramatic School, Columbia College of Expression, Lyceum Arts Conservatory, Mariarden Theatrical Camp. Jicssm HUME BICCORMACK ...................... Instruz-tor in Public Speaking A. B., Bryn Mawr, Chicago, Mariarden Theatrical Camp. VAN W. TAYI,OR .................................... Instructor in Physiology A. B., Missouri. BIARY Asuunv BICKAY--- ......................... Instructor in Social Science B. S., A. M., Missouri. ELIZABb1TI'I S'1'oeK'r0N .................................- InSt1'uc'i0r in Spafli-9.7L B. S., Missouri, University of Mexico. Emma M. BACA --- .................................... Instrzictor in Spanish Missouri. RosuMAnv B1f:I.cH11:11 --- ............. ...... A ssistant in Art Missouri. XYERA IJILLINGIIAM --- ................... ---Assistant in Chemistry B. S., Missouri. ICUGENE W. COWVAN --- .....,........... --- ---Assistant in Chemistry B. S., Missouri. BIAGGIE Bum. Rrrcum -- -------------.--..-. Assistant in Home Economics B. S., Missouri. NIARY K, CROQVSON -, ---.-,,,,------.--- Assi.S'ta71i in IIOWIG EC01L077liC-S' Missouri. 'l'I,UCy B, HAXVKINS --,-,-,,---,,,,,,,,,--,-,------------- Research. .ffssistant B. S., A. M., Missouri, Pittsburgh. --------------Research Assistant T.vciA MARTIN --- .................. ---- B. S., Missouri. A lResidence, Pittsburgh, Pa. Page 26 1+-l'l!f 050675 of JAMES NIADISION WOOD, A. M., President. W. K. BAYLEss, Treasurer. FRANK JDEARING, Secretary of Board of Curators. DOROTHY ALLISON, PIARRIETT STEWVART, Assistants in Presirlent's Ojfee. VV. W. CHARTERS, IJII. D., Director of Research. LUCY B. HAW'KINS, Research Assistant. IIYCIA NIARTIN, Research Assistant. J. J. CJPPENIYIICIMICR, PH. D., Dean of the Faculty. MARY A. RICHARG, Registrar. I4UCILLE GUNN, Assistant in Dean's Owee. SUSAN LIENDENIIALL, Dean of W'omen. 'FHEOIJOSIA T. CALLAWVAY, A. M., Chairman, Pan-Hellenic Sponsors. PATIENCIC HAGGARD, A. M., Assistant Dean of Women. GRACE O. PEMBICRTON, A. M., Head of House. PEARL ISEAUCIIAMP, A. B., B. S., Head of House. GENEVA IJRINKWVATER, A. M., Head of House. ALICE ,A. CI-IANEY, Heart of House. ARDENIA B. CHAPMAN, Head of Ilouse. Mus. I.. L. CRAVICNS, Head of House. ,.. MRS. E. W. CROUCII, Head of House. Aalniiiiistration MRS. WINSTON LYNNES, Heart of House. Mus. STELLA RIARTIN, Ilerut of House. MRS. J. H. POTTS, Heart of House. CASSIE TIIOIINTON, Chaperone. IJOROTIIY TOEEY, Assistant in Deanfs Ofpee. s H. S. WAIYTICR, Pu. B., Seeretary. Assistant Secretary. RLIZABETII G.. COURTNEY, 5,41 0' A STELLA HAGAN, Bursar. JESSIE I.. BURRALL, Director of Religious Education. HELEN FESLER, Assistant to Director. JJASIL D. CiAUNTLE'1"1', M usie Supervisifrr. J. E. 'Ill-IORNTON, M. D., College Physician. JJORCAS LINDSAY, R. N., Resident Nurse. PEARL KERN, R. N., Resident Nurse. PEARL BEAUCIIAMI' A. B., ! Librarian. LRUTII BOGART, B. I.. E., Catalog Libnarian. my FRANK NEWTON, Stervarfl. IRLLA HOLT, M atron. MRS. FRANK NlCWV'FON, Supervisor of Dining Room. JESSIE KYD, Postmistress. Page 27 T ' f- - w:::M----- 1 U s -V -A M--M: -A-ff -U 'W 'Y 4 3 0 5 'N 1 l S 2 1 N. WN 1 w X A -. If l..,.......... EMMA JENS, F. H. ALLINGER, Telephone Operator. Engineer. J MARGARET S1Lv1Us, NETTIE MARVIN, p Assistant Telephone Operator. Assistant in Standard Office. HENRY LAKE, E. A. COLLINS, Superintendent of Grounds. Field Representative. I g I ,, 3 -F I Page 28 ,X ...-.......-1-..,. .....w..,...........,.,.......,..,....,..,............,.,..,... .........,.,. ,. ,, . M. - . .... .. , ..... . ....,. ...,.. ...,., ,.., ,, ..-U .....................,...... -....--Q rm't-xlesxwww A .. rv 6 432 5 NX. jg ' '75 ft' S 9 A Q Q 5 -A A LXIAL A A -I L ETUDENT HDNINIBTHHTIUN I EL1zAm+:'r11 PAI,M1cu BAKER, Kmisus City, Missouri 1'rc.vi1lrf1:l of Civic f1.S'.S'00illfi07l, Pagc 31 Page 32 Civic Association Cabinet Top 1'0W-NIULIIOLLAND, Wmuz, I.o1uM1c11, Second 1'0W-IEAKER, Woolnzulw, Third row-Sxcvrz, McCAuuoLL, KNA1'1'lCNIIlCIlllI'Zll. The Civic Association ofStephe1is College P1'0-Yilllfili ---............. ....... ......... .... B E T 'ry BAKER Vive-PVC-S'icl61li -............ ......... .... B I Aivri-IA Woonnurw SGC1'6frM'y --.... ................ - - -Do1zo'r1-xy KNA1'1'1cNnE1mEn T1'HflSu1'61' ......................... lim BLANCI-IE BICCARROLL Svng Leader ................................ H1as'r1m ENGLE Chew' Lender' .............................. Rua-u HARIIISON S1100-S'01' ---...................... ...... lt Ilss RIOLLIE' WHITE The Civic Association carries on the student administration of Stephens College. All of the organizations on the campus are directly connected with one of the four major divisions of this central controlling body. Every student automatically be- comes a member of the Civic Association when she enrolls in the College. The as- sociation was established to develop leadership in its members and to fit them to take their places as citizens witl1 a full. knowledge of the organization and work of their local, state and national government through experience with a similar miniature or- ganization. The executive power of tl1e Civic Association is vested in a Cabinet of eight members, elected by the student body in the spring of the preceding year from the incoming senior class. The Cabinet includes president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, and the president of the four subordinate divisions,-Student Government, Y. W. C. A., Pan Hellenic, and Student Activity Board. Questions of student policy are settled by this body. Through the medium of legislature, groups, and mass meetings each member of the association is brought in touch with the problems confronting the whole or- ganization. Legislature is a body composed of the members of Cabinet, one repre- sentative from each group of ten to fifteen girls on the campus, and one from each off-campus house. Representatives take back to their groups the issues discussed in legislature. In group meetings every girl is given an opportunity to express her personal reaction to proposed measures and to send her criticisms and suggesti-ons to the central body through her representative. At mass meetings of the Civic As- sociation the final vote is taken on measures which have previously been discussed in groups. Every student law must pass each of these three bodies before it can be- come effective. Civic Association has sponsored a great many worth-while projects this year. Several social events have been given including two formal dances, a State's Festival, and a reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stephens. Civic Association made a notable gift to the school in the portrait of Mr. Stephens, which it presented through the picture fund. Civic Association was represented by fioats in the Missouri Uni- versity Homecorming Parade. An Honor Roll by which girls who have contributed noteworthy service to their college. may receive recognition, was established. The constitution of Civic Association and that of each of its subordinate divisions were revised. A charter was granted to a new Religious Activity Division co-ordinating under it, Y. W. C. A., Y. W. A., and the Burrall Bible Class, and providing that its ofiicers shall be ex-ofhcio officers of Y. W. C. A The Group System has been made more successful this year than ever before and extensive plans have been made for its further developments. Civic Association has fostered honor in the classroom throughout the year. The annual pageant presented during commencement week was the final activity to be sponsored directly by the Civic Association. Pffgf ss f M--W-------A-M--'-f--if ZTPI'-AE rf: mls 1 f-Q---A i Legislature Chairman-MAn'r1xA Woonnunv -Legislature, with the student assembly, is the law-making division of Civic As- sociation. It is the means by which each member of C. A. has a, voice in the policies and plans of the administration of the school, thereby making the form of government a democracy and republic. The plan combines the worth while elements of both types of governmentg for as the democratic form, it allows each girl the privilege of making her own decision in matters which vitally interest l1er by presenting impor- tant measures to be passed upon in mass meetingg and yet it carries with it the bene- fits of a republican form, as all measures are previously shaped by, and routine matters turned over to, the legislature and Cabinet. Legislature is composed of thirty-seven members, each member representing and elected by a, group of from ten to fifteen girls. The representatives are chosen from the juniors in the groups, thus giving them valuable training in student organization and government. . The representatives sit in conjunction with the members of Civic Association Cabinet, tl1c vice-president of Civic Association being chairman of legislature. Each representative is a member of one of the seven committees which are concerned with tl1e solution of important school problems. General Committee Chairman ..... E ........ HELEN VoN BOSTON Chairman Wlvolesoime Recreation ........... GENEv1EvE BLOKE11 Chairman Classroom Honesty ..................... MARY Hxu, Chairman Dining Room Problems .................. EULA RAY Chairman Bulletin Board ............. L ......... GLADYS Rusic Chairman Stephens Spirit ................ FRANCES ARCULARIUS Chairman Student Government Problems ......... MAUDE ADAMS Page 34 Top row---H1I.n'r, Wicnn, l.l.lURNElt, Bottom row-Goss, CRAIG, JAY. Student Government s Presiflent ................................... AUDREY WRRR Vice-P1'e.s'i1lent ............................ ANGICI.lCNA HII,lJ'D Secretaijy lst semester ............................. FRANCES Goss I 2nd semester ............................ BIARY 'FURNER Other meinbers of Eweeutive Committee .................. ------..-------------..---lNIAllIE JAY, GRACIC Louise CRAIG Student Government is commonly considered to be a government that concerns only a few students, but in reality it is' much broader than that. It is a. form of government which will be successful only when every student feels a sense of re- sponsibility toward its maintenance. It will function perfectly only with the hearty cojoperation and loyal support of every student on the campus. 'Student G'overument's biggest concern lies not with penalties, but with training the girls so that there will be no need of penalties. During the last few years it has gradually, but surely, built up an active public opinion endorsing the policies of S. G. D. This is the ultimate aim of Student Government in Stephens. VVith the sympathies of every member of Civic Association enlisted, it no longer exists as a mere police eourtg but becomes a eo-operative organization, executing the will of the stu- dents whom it protects. Student Government is intended to be a training school for citizenship so that all will have a broader understanding of the type of co-operation and service that will be expected of them after they leave college. - Student Government is essentially a plastic organization, and many interesting disciplinary experiments have been tried out this year. A straw vote sponsored by the .lunor League of VVomcn Voters at the time of the Spring elections gave every student an opportunity to express unoftlcially her attitude toward the present system. Page 35 KYW1- Amit I4Q',l.., Student Activity Board P1'c'Sirlc'1Li ............................... ..... I DABEI. SEI'rz Sfvfviary ............. .................. I JoRo'rIIY BURRALI. 5l'I'onsu1'e1' ............. ...................... A vis BEAUMAN HlCI.EN BARliE'1"I' Avis BEAUMAN Ru'rII BEILSTICIN ANNIE D. BELL NAIDINIC BURKEIIOLIIER MARGARET CARLYLIC Illembers IDOROTIIY BURRALL RUTII HAIIRISON Es'rI-IER HEAIIY AIARY HlI.I, BIARY Home IRENIC KAIfIN MARcELI.A IJINSMORE BIARION KEICNS HICLICNIC Joi-INsoN lhIAY I.nxIEocKI-:R EIINA AIKJKEPI EIILALII-1 READING ARLONE SEGERKRANTZ JULIA Tsu CATIIEIIINE VVILLS The Student Activity Division is planned to develop girls for leadership in Stephens College and iII clubs and organizations in their own cities and towns. To accomplish this, the representative board of this division has established an OHieer's Training School in Parliamlentary Law. The Division encourages every girl to maintain active membership in a number of clubs, and participate in a variety of campus activities. The Student Activity Division. co-ordinates the different clubs, making' them work as a unit, thus to further the llighest ideals of each organization. All clubs and societies, excepting social sororities, Y. W. C. A., and those or- ganizations included in the Student Government, compose the Student Activity Di- vision. Each club sends a representative to serve on the board. The duties of the board are: To promote or rejcctnew organizations on the campus, to define the purposes and functions of each club and to initiate programs for all the clubs. The board fosters various special stunts presented by each club and specifies the time and place of all meetings. Page 36 ly ...M f ' ' ,vi 9 Q -. li 1 1 'N I XVINN COTTON HUBl3ARIJ I.ou1Muu W'oLco'r'r Hoon Fanlmnn SAUER S'r1c1cLn TUnNim Sniamvoon IIINCII Y. W. C. A . P1'c.s'iz1ei1t .................. -. ............... N1+:r.L1f: Lonimim Vice-Prrf.s'i1lcnf .......... MAuo.xu1':T VVoLeo'r'1'-l"nANc1cs S'rm1L1c Sceivtary ............................ ..---.loHANNA Co'r'roN Treasurer ............. Malzoixnm- Sixuicn-MAuoAn1c'r Huinmnn lJ7ldC7'g'7'!I!l1Hlf6 Representriiivc ................ lhIAR'1'I'IA Romans Chairmrm Fimmec Committee ................. NVINIFRED VVINN Choirinzm Social Committee ................. BIC'1'Sl'lY Sinmwoon Chairmaii. Social Service Committee ................ INIARY Hoon Clzairmrm Pulilicify Covmnitice ................. MARY 'PURNER Tea' Room ............... lVoNuALvN1c Conan-I.1+:oi.A Fauimmz It has been proved this year that there is a definite and important place for the Y. VV. C. A. at Stephens College. The Tea Room, opened at the beginning -of the school year has proved its success by its popularity with the student body. The sale of second-hand books, the Social Service work, the prayer services, and the social activities of Y. VV. have stamped it as an organization working in behalf of every student, whether she is a member or not. Y. W. C. A. has given its members an opportunity for group relationship through the three Discussional Groups which have been organized for the purpose of studying student and campus problems, using Papini's book, "The Life of Christ," as a basis for the work. The Groups have helped to bring to Stephens girls thc fundamental, worthwhile ideal of the International Y. YV. C. A., that of encouraging young women to follow Christ in the working out of the problems and duties of life. Page 37 X BARRY NIULHOLLAND WINN READING - lhICArIULLEN IJYER LINXWVILER Pan Hellenzc Cozmczl President ...... ---V1oLA LIULI-IOLLAND Vice-Presidrmt--- - ...... NANCY BARRY Secretary ...... .......... D oRo'rnY Scorfr Treasurer ....... --- .......... EULALIE READING Other Members ...................................... PAULINE LINXWILER, IJOROTHY IJYER, BLANCI-IE BICLTULLEN Faculty Advisor ...................... MRS. T. T. CALLAWVAY Pan Hellenic Council is thc group of representatives that governs the policies of the social sororities of Stephens College. The Council regulates rushing, applica- tion, and pledging, and reserves the right to withdraw active membership from a girl who is not conforming to Standards in scholarship and citizenship. It also has power to grant charters to new sororities. The first Sunday afternoon of the school year, Pan Hellenic was "at home" to the entire student body and faculty. During the year, Pan Hellenic entertained the school with several other functions, among wl1icl1 were a Hallowe'en Dance in the gym and the Spring Wiener Roast. Every six weeks a report is published, giving the rank of each sorority as to scholarship and citizenship. The sororities are striving to promote high scholarship, good citizenship, and demiicracy within their individual groups and on the campus. Mrs. T. T. Callaway, sponsor for Pan Hellenic Council has acted this year as Dean of the otl'-campus houses, under general direction of Dean Mendenhall. Page 38 4 Qgilvig 94' gn ljL 5'jr35 X 7 B X ---- --- " S.. .JR W' ' 'ng is Q S jf 15,4 zz 4444. E Page 39 flENlUH5 X ff JwJJ !V xjj r VX-. lp V-vLl'lXl1,fK by x r! il' pAJX vs A Jr sl ff in f . N I r . I K' ' X 'M 1' .fb ,Q . f W SUMMERQ ELLIOTT STONER, L1Nc1-I Senior Class President ....... ................ ..... W 1 LMA Enmomfr Vice-President--- .... PAULINE STONER Secretary ...... .... ..... - - -ALICE Suivuvmns Treasurer ............... ........... ..... S A RAI-I LINCI-I S, A. B. Representative ........ .JZ ........... IDABELLE Smrrz The Senior Class of 1924- has taken as its goal two of the Ten Ideals of Stephens, honesty in word and deed, and willingness to discipline oneself to do the disagrees able task. With tl1e goal before it, the class has striven to build, as the Senior classes before it, a stronger Stephens spirit, " -A ML Realizing the value of traditions and customs in maintaining ideals, the girls of 1924 have created a new festival which they hope will be carried on by future classes, the Winter Carnival, which comes with the first snowfall. The King and Queen of Snowland were crowned, after which the juniors and seniors competed in stunts, for entertainment of tl1e monarchs and honor to their class. With spring, and the first tender shoots of green grass came the Senior Police, with caps of maroon and. gold, immense shining stars denoting their office, and shrill whistles with which they warned lawbreakers who walked On The Grass. In Senior Court the offenders, juniors, seniors, and faculty members alike, were hailed before the judge to pay the penalty for their misdemeanors. The Senior Class leaves these beginnings behind as its contribution, with the hope that classes of the future will perpetuate and develop them. It leaves also the happiness that its members have found in being and working together. Page 42 DOROTHY ANN AD GER II T 1' Gilliam, Louisiana Standard Staff, Hi Beta Steppo, Louisiana Club, Y. W. C. A. - 0 GENEVIEVE AID B E O Gallatin, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. LILA MAY ALBERT Harrisonville, Missouri Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. ELEANOR ALLISON E 1' F, B 23 O Richmond, Missouri Glee Club, Y. W. C. At BETH AMERY II T 1' Braymer, Missouri Missouri Club, Home Economics Clubt RT A M04 f fam ft,-ff QL H LEN ANDREWS K A 'P 602 N. 3rd St., McAIester, Okla. Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Glee Club, C Cl , Y. W. C. A. KATIE' IRENE AUTREY Doniplian, Missouri Home Economics Club ,Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. BETTY BAKER . E I X 3228 Euclid, Kansas City, Missouri President of Civic Association, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A., Curran Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo. Page 43 FRANCES BARNETT - Jamesport, J. L. W. V., Home Economics Club, Club, Y. VV. C. A. ALICE BARRETT A 1' A Skidmore, Missouri Club, J. L. W. V. LOLA BARRY Z M E Lyndhurst Hotel, Kansas, City President of Home Etonomics Club V., Missouri Club. NANCY BARRY D Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri 'J. L. W. Z M E Lyndhurst Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri Vice-President of Pan Hellenic, Latin Club. AVIS BEAUMAN 23 l' 1' no East 13th St., Pawhuska, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Eastern Star Club, Glee Club, Treasurer of S. A. B. ,WL XA:-bL.q r4.4 ' r X MARY FRANCES BECKETT A 56, li A 'I' . 7203 Barker, El Reno, Okla ioma Home Economics Club, Eastern Star Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club. RUTH BEILSTEIN zroo Broadwav, Hannibal, Missouri Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, S. A. B., Y. W. c. A. CLARA MAE BELL ll T 1' Purcell, Oklahoma A. A., Oklahoma Club, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. LALAH MAE BEST Pattonsburg, Missouri A. A., Basket ball team, "S" sweater. jEANNE'l"I'E BIRNEY Z3 I X 510-512 Commercial Ave., Cairo, Illinois International Relations, Kentucky-Tennessee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. XV. C. A. GLADYS BOONE' Jackson, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. VV. V., Eastern Star Club, Home Economics Club, Y. VV. C. A. BRUCE BOVVE Capleville, Tennessee Tennessee-Kentucky Club, Y. VV. C. A. BLANCHE BOZARTI-I x6x5 Bass Avenue, Columbia, Missouri Home Economics Club, J. L. VV. V. GLADYS BROOKING G U ' La Center, Kentucky International Relations, 1. L. VV. V., Ken- tucky-Tennessee Club, Y. VV. C. A. BERTHA BROWN -N P A 265+ East 29th St., Kansas City, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, J. L. XV. V., Y. XV. C. A. ORVETA BRUMLEY 23 l' I' De Kalb, Missouri Missouri Club, J. L. NV. V., Y. WV. C. A. l Page 45 Qifiilew X 1 8.2.57-q,Q.Q. 9fQ1,,i2O lfxpv-4-N , ' MHZ J oy-Osho-.. Mimi 0-v-"H MMV QQMCM Page 46 XVILHELMINE BRUNT 416 W. Jackson St., Sigourney, Iowa Home Economics Club, J. L. W. V., Iowa Club. NADEEN BURKEHOLDER 21 l' l', :Ii 6 K 530 East Seventh, Trenton, Missouri S. A. B. DORQTH Y BURRALL fi- o K, o T E 625 Taylor Ave., Avalon, Pennsylvania Hypatia Hexagon, French Club, Secretary S. A. B., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. HARRIET BYRAM 5 I X 205 N. Main, Abingdon, Illinois President of Sigma Iota Chi, Illinois Club, Y. VV. C. A. IVIARY RUTI-I CLARK Ii A 'I' Center, Missouri Missouri Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Y. VV. C. A. ALICE MARJORIE CLARK A I' A 115 West Garfield St., Clarinda, Iowa Iowa Club, Curtain Raisers, J. L. VV. V., Y. XV. C. A. MARY ALICE CORDER KD 6 K, B E 0 Corder, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A. NELESENE CORNELIUS 322 W. Cherokee, Nowata, Oklahoma A. A., Oklahoma Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. WV. C. A. ' NOSIDIS CORNELIIJTS 3 f 5322 West Che okee,"Nowata, Oklahoma A.: SX., Curtain Raisers, HjpaAtia,lHex QE, kignlma,c1gh,'-Y. W. .C.',A., f, ' 5 - , . ,ave - 4,1 A !l 1 ig, .EXAM HA1gN,Ag,co'r ON fu My 2 1213- S' 60 fWall Qt.2,,.l issot11'i Iqte national R tions,-'Nilsson X -xub, Sec- ry, ,Y . A. J' X by 1 ' l ff X 2 fl , N WAGE LOUISE CRAIG ' Paris, Missouri House President of South Hall, Missouri Club, Student Council. MILDRED CUMMINGS ' A Springdale, Arkansas Arkansas Club, President of Debate Club, Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A. PORTIA DARNELL 1494 W. SI St., Kansas City, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. DOROTHEA DECKER HT 1' 1 6x11 Washington, St. Louis, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. MARGARET HELEN DENT 9 T E Olathe, Kansas International Relations, Y. W. C. A. LORA MAURINE DIBLE ' 23 I X 2645 East 28th St., Kansas City, Missouri Home Economics Club, J. L. VV. V. f t. ' X Rwfji J J X n gm 1.5 Page 47 Page 48 MARCELLA DINSMORE 0 T E 1615 East Benton, Albia, Iowa A. A., Iowa Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Hockey, Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Soc- cer and Baseball teams, S. A. B., "S" sweater, Y. VV. C. A. DOROTHY DODD ' .11 o K, B 2 0 4525 Fairfield Ave., Shreveport, Louisiana President of Beta Sigma Omicron, Interna- tional Relations, Hi Beta Steppo, Louisiana Club, Y. VV. C. A. ELLEN DONOVAN B E O Liberty, Missouri Debate Team, International Relations, Mis- souri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Cur- tain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., Debate Club. DOROTHY DYER Z1 I X Malta Bend, Missouri Pan-Hellenic Council, Missouri Club, J. L. WV. V. MILDRED DOWNING Cameron, Missouri A. A., President of Home Economics Club. DOROTHY EARGLE 315 Main Street, Fort VVorth, Texas RUTH EDWARDS Centralia, Missouri Missouri Club, International Relations, Y. VV. C. A. WILMA ELLIOT Il T 1' 1912 South Detroit Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma President of Senior Class, I. L. W. V., In- ternational Relations Club, Oklahoma Club. CHARLESA ELZEA Monroe City, Missouri Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, J. L. WV. V., Y. YV. C. A. ' HESTER LOUISE ENGLE ' B 3 0 Trenton, Missouri Song leader of Civic Association, Glee Club, International Relations, Standard Stall, Y. W. C. A. ANNA MAUDE EVANS II T 1' Ioxz Cooper, Glenwood Springs, Colorado President of Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, International Relations Club, Y. W. C. A. MARY LOIS FAUVER Seligman, Missouri Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. RUTH FEASTER B 33 0 Windsor, Missouri French Club, Home Economics Club, Mis- souri Club. XVANDA FELLOWS ' ' Z M E Weston, Missouri Missouri Club, J. L. W. V., International Relations, Y. W. C. A. GERTRUDE FOLLETT Malvern, Iowa Home Economics Club, Iowa Club, J. L. W. v., Y. W, c. A. MARY FRANCIS 23111 8: Lincoln, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma I Standard Staff, J. L. W. V., Oklahoma Club, Y. XV. C. A. 5 . Page 49 IVIADGE FREELAND Z M E Grant City, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon, J. L. VV. V., Fire Lieu- tenant, Y. VV. C. A. MARY LEE GODWVIN Urich, Missouri FRANCES GOSS B E 0 309 Drake Ave., Centerville, Iowa A. A., Secretary of Student Government, Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, Y. VV. C. A. RUTH GREENFIELD B Z O Kearney, Missouri Glee Club, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. SARA GRIMES rl: G K, E I X Washington, Iowa President of Phi Theta Kappa, Iowa Club, Y. . . ' 1 bs ' 'U I ER ' 7 E , Greenfield, Missouri Preside in Hall, Home Economics . ,. ., Y. W. C. A. IRENE HALL O T E 213 Eastwood Ave., Caruthersville, Missouri Art Club, Missouri Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY HAMMOND '11 GK, K A 'P Burlington, Kansas President of Kappa Delta Phi, Home Eco- nomics Club, Y. VV. C. A. MARY RUTH- HAMPTON Clinton, Missouri Home Economics Club, Eastern Star Club, Missouri Club. IMOGENE HARDING K A 'I' 610 Auburn Ave., Cliariton, Iowax Iowa Club. REBA HARPER I 4x5 Hitt St., Columbia, Misso 'i Hypatia Hexagon, Home Economics Cll' Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. RUTH HARRISON V A P A 4oo N. 15th St., Clarinda, Iowa A. A., Iowa Club, J. L. W. V., French Club, Hockey and Volley ball teams, S. A. B., Hi Beta Steppo, Yell leader of Civic Association, Life Saving Corps, "S" sweater. MARY B. HAYNES Z M E Harrisonville, Missouri Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, J. L. W. V. ESTHER HEADY ' Bloomfield, Iowa Secretary-Treasurer of International Rela- tions, S. A. B., Glee Club, Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. ' LEILA HEMPHILL E 1' 1' Caney, Kansas Kansas Club, Glee Club. CATHERINE HICKS Nettleton, Missouri Home Economics Club, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. 56 . Page 51 QW Wi ffm 'U' '1 W wufi 9 .N 1 F . ,.. J Page 52 ANGELENA HILDT Z2 I X 14. East Tenth St., Tulsa, Oklahoma Vice-President of Student Government, J. L. VV. V., Oklahoma Club, Y. VV. C. A. FRONCIE HILL 2 1'1',fl' e li , 5:5 Wilson St., Libertv. Missouri Glee Club, Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MARY ELIZABETH HILL 'lt 9 K, K A 111 512 Cedar St., Concordia, Kansas President of Hypatia Hexagon, S. A. B., Sorores Arvales, Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A. LUTIE MAE HOFFMAN 2221 W. Broadway, Muskogee, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. MARGARET HOFFMAN 2221 West Broadway, Muskogee, Oklahoma Home Economics Club, Oklahoma Club. MARY GERTRUDE HOGE 9 T E Olathe, Kansas Standard Staff, Kansas Club, S. A. B.. Hy- patia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, International Relations, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. HELEN HONE K A KD Knox City, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. EDNA HOUSDEN -, Licking, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon, J. L. W. X., Home Eco- nomies Club, Y. W. C. A. TRESSA HOUSE Galt, Missouri Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Mis- souri Club. GLAD YS HOVVELL Houston, Missouri IVIARGARET HUBBARD Il T 1' 408 N. Main. Sand Springs, Oklahoma President of French Club, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Treasurer of Y. W. C. A. LOUISE HUBER 'l' 9 K, A P A Holden, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon, Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Y. NV. C. A. EVELYN JACKSON 208 E. 3rd, Monroe City, Missouri A. A., President of Columbia Hall, President of International Relations, Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Basket and Volley Ball Teams, J. L. NV. V. JEAN MARIE JAY A 'l', fl' 9 K, Pl I X Oklahoma City, Oklahoma President of Wood Hall, Student Council, Editor of "Stephens Standardf' Oklahoma Club. FRANCES JOHNS Joplin, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Y. WV. C. A. TILBURN JOHNSON 'l' 9 K, ll 'T' 1' St. Louis, Missouri Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, J. L. YV. V., International Relations, Y. YV. C, A. I Page 53 X ALTA DOROTHY JONES ' Hallsville, Missouri Missouri Club, J. L. W. V., Y. VV. C. A. FAIRIE BLAIR JONES Cameron, Missouri Missouri Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. L QYIQEZNE KAHN . 'l'6K 2625 Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kansas Latin Club, International Relations, Curtain Raisers, Kansas Club, S. A. B., Basket ball team. ELIZABETH KENDRICK Il T 1' Knob Noster, Missouri President of Art Club, International Rela- tions, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. THELMA KING Houston, Missouri Home Economics Club, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A ivic Association, Sltandard fS1aff3 Curt ers, Oklahoma Club, Sorores OIKYTIQ NAPPENBERGER E I' 6 K, K A CI' Kiefer, Oklahoma y l -r 48 9 Hsvalesf .2 2 r 'N EL- .kk jx wx. Lt - .7 iffy ROSAETE KUNS, J- ,s MP1 k -F .:'Qi4xQ5g3fIcPl1erson, Kansas lie? ' '4' f7-- , 'f1ii51o3E1LAuDs, X527 X Carrollton, Missouri ' eta,SsQeppo,L'Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. ' L, I ggi "Tax-5, ,,- QIAQ.-N ' L47 'Q . 5 GRETCHEN LAWSON Z M E - " .Beaver, Oklahoma . . 3 LJ P1 Q5 Ch , Oklahoma Club. 1 254411 ' UJQJVQ Away 'Sf ' 201 :A- ujd 1 MK LA? I fYXA1 ,K 'If' ' nox ity, ' ouri JJ4'Irypati'a'ci-ifxaeo- . atin CH otwi C 1 f I c. A ,af M1 ' 30,949 , f94J.A.. - .B RAA,Q,a. to IM "" ' I' D , ur mgton, Kansas I re-ynr . . , f A SARA LINCH K A 'I' Ponca City, Oklahoma A. A., Treasurer of Senior Class, Home Eco- nomics Club, French Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet. PAULINE LINXWILER II T 1' rro4. E. McCarty, Jefferson City, Missouri Pan-Hellenic Council, President of Eastern Star, J. L. W. V., Missouri Club, Home Eco- nomics Cluh. HELEN LISLE E 1' T, 'l' 9 K, A P A Clarinda, Iowa FRANCES LOOMI-S Webb City, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club,f Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. V , NELLE LORIMER 9 T E Olathe, Kansas President of Y. W. C. A., Kansas Club. r BEULAH MAE LOVVRY Claremore, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, Ok- lahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. NETTIE MARVIN U T 1' Kingman, Kansas A. A., French Club, I. L. W. V., Kansas Club, Standard Staff, Basket ball, Hockey, Baseball and Volley ball teams, Life Saving Corps, "S" sweater, Y. W. C. A. LOUISE MCBRIDE A P A 916 Elm St., Chillicothe, Missouri President of Delta Rho Alpha, Curtain Rais- ers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. IDA BLANCHE MCCARROLL '1- .1 K Ottumwa, Iowa Treasurer of Civic Association, Art Club, Iowa Club, Stephensophia Staff. LAURAYNE MCCOUN 5ox E. Green St., Clinton, Missouri Missouri Club. MARY MCINTYRE A qi, -I, 9 K, 2 1 X 1x8 East 13th Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma Editor-in-Chief Stephensophia, International Relations, J. L. VV. V., Oklahoma Club, Stand- ard Staff. BLANCHE MCMULLEN A 1' A Eureka, Kansas Home Economics Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. VVILLIE MILAM K A III Kiowa, Oklahoma A. A., J. L. W. V., Oklahoma Club. 1 , O ADAH MILLER K A 'I' Clifton, Kansas Kansas Club. IVIARTHA MILLER A A II T 1' 1025 N. Locust St., Chillicothe, Missouri Glee Club, International Relations, J. L. VV. V., Y. W. C. A. ' FRANCES MONTGOMERY 11 T 1' IS27 South Trenton, Tulsa, 'Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. INDIA MORGAN A P A n Oak Grove, Missouri Hypatuia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers, J. L. W. V., Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. VIOLA MULHOLLAND 'If 9 K, 9 T E Malvern, Iowa President of Pan-Hellenic Council, A. A., Curtain Raisers, International Relations, J. L. W. V., Iowa Club, Basket.Ball, Volley Ball and Hockey Teams, Life Saving Corps, "S" Sweater, Winner of Stephens Blanket, Y. W. C. A. FLORENCE M. NORMAN Z M E 2023 Cherry St., N. Kansas City, -Missouri A. A., Eastern Star Club, Latin Club, Home Economics Club. i MILDRED OTT A P7 I X I-Oskaloosa, Iowa Iowa Club, Y. W. C. A. SALLIE PARKER r II T 1' Warrensburg, Missouri Art Club, Missouri Club, Hockey and Volley Ball Teams, "S" sweater, Hi Beta Steppo. V pf Page 57 I 0, X uilliif xiii l 4 M4695 . W .M ffbifiifilg 4 wafer am. ff! i 5,iHYE"'KI WI 'X fl W? Ffliffjfl Page 58 Y I V WAHLELLE PARKS Tahlequah, Oklahoma French Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. FRANCES PATTERSON ' Z M E Yates Center, Kansas President of Zeta Mu Epsilon, International Relations, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A. MAYOTA PEPPER E 1' I' 'I' 9 K Monte Vista, Colorado A. A., International Relations, J. L. W. V., Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A. 4 .- I CATHLEEN,M. PFEIFFER, - W 209 Sale? Road. Excelsior: Springs, Missouri Hypatia exagon, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, International Relations. WILLETTA POGUE B E 0 Gallatin, Missouri Missouri Club, J. L. W. V., Home Econom- ics Club, Y. W. C. A. ELIZABETH PRITCHNARD Columbia, Missouri Latin Club, International Relations, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A., President of Stephens Day Student's Club. ESTHER RANDOLPH Bloomfield, Iowa Home Economics Club, Iowa Club. EULALIE READING li A 112 Louisiana, Missouri A. A., Curtain Raisers, I. L. W. V., Inter- national Relations, French Club, Pan Hellenic Council, S. A. B., Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club. f 1 wx TSO 'H .Treasurer of Y. W. C. A. ' 'JCAO-u-:IK 'bw' ff , THELMA E. RHYNSBURGER E 1' 1' 328 N. Market St., Oskaloosa, Oklahoma Iowa Club. MARY ROACH 'I' 9 K Harris, Missouri International Relations, I. L. W. V., Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. HELEN ROBB 221 W. 22nd St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma B 2 0 oklah m Club, Y. W. C. EA. K nnett, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, J. L. . V. MARTHA ROGERS 2 I' P, A P A Atlantic, Iowa President of Hi Beta Steppo, Glee Club, Quartette, Iowa Club, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. DOROTHY RONEY ' 2 1' 1' Webb City, Missouri Missouri Club. !' MARGERY SAMUEL Jackson, Missouri Home Economics Club, J. L. W. V., Mis- souri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MARGARET DOROTHY SAUER' Council Bluffs, Iowa President of Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, l l l l Page 59 I RUTH M. SCHMIDT Berger, Missouri Art Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Sleppo, Missouri Club. DOROTHY SCOTT B E 0 605 N. Cheyenne, Tulsa, Oklahoma J. L. VV. V., Y. W. C. A. ARLONE SEGERKRANTZ 3614 Avenue D., Council Bluffs, Iowa Curtain Raisers, Debate Team, S. A. B., Iowa Club. IDABEL SEITZ 9 T E Billings, Oklahoma President of S. A. B., A. A., Oklahoma Club, Hockey and Volley Ball teams, Y. W. C. A., "S" sweater. VELMA SHELDON G T E Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, J. L. W. V., International Relations, Y. W. C. A. Trenton, Missouri RUTH SHOUSE Blackwater, Missouri Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club. KATHRYN SINCLAIR II T 1' Jefferson City, Missouri Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. VV. V., Mis- souri Club. - MARION SLAYMAKER ' 21 I X Osceola, Iowa Iowa Club. 1l'ij relies HELEN E. SLOAN 624 E. Second St., Ottumwa, Iowa A. A., French Club, Iowa Club, J. L. YV. V. HELEN SMITH G T E 1067 Sheridan Ave., Shreveport, Louisiana President of Louisiana Club, Home Economics Club. MARION SMITH 3 I X 1825 Buckner St., Shreveport, Louisiana President of A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. XV. V., International Relations, Volley Ball, Hockey and Baseball teams, "S" sweater, Lou- isiana Club, NVinner of Swimming Cup. MA URINE SMITH 'I' 9 K, B Z' 0 Bowling Green, Missouri French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A. FRANCES SNEED K A fl' Columbia, Missouri Art Club, Stephens Dnv Student Club. MARVEL N. STATTON Powerville, Missouri Home Economics Club, Latin Club, Y. WV. C. A. ELIZABETH STEELE 114 Penn. Ave., Webb City, Missouri Y. XV. C. A. , FRANCES H. STEELE A fb, 'If 9 K Dexter, Missouri Standard Staff, International Relations, Mis- souri Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Vicle- President Y. W. C. A. g X Page 61 Page 62 TEMPERANCE STOCKER 'I' 9 K, 9 T E Albia, Iowa Persident of Theta Tau Epsilon, President of J. L. W. V., Iowa Club, Home Economics Club, International Relations Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. GRACE STONE Z M E Utica, Missouri PAULINE-E. STONER A P A Excelsior Springs. Missouri A. A., Business Manager Stephensophia, Vice-President Senior Class, Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Hockey, Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Baseball, and Soccer teams, "S" sweater. MIRIAM SULLIVAN Bloomfield, Iowa J. L. W. V., Iowa Club. ALICE SUMMERS 9 T E 2608 N. Sixth St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class,'Inter- national Relations, French Club, Y. W. C. A. GERTRUDE THOMAS 9 T E 4635 Fairfield Ave., Shreveport, Louisiana Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, Y. W. c. A. I PAULINE THOMAS Z M E Oskaloosa, Iowa Art Club, Iowa Club, Y. W. C. A. FLAVIA TIGNER II T 1' V 1536 Stevens Ave., Shreveport, Louisiana Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Lou- isiana Club, Y. W. C. A. FRANCES TITCOMB 203 E. I4lZll St., Trenton, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon, Missouri Club, Home Eco- nomics Club. DOROTHY TOBEY lr 9 K, A P A 920 West 5th St., Sedalia, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon, Home Economics Club, J. L. W. V., Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. ZELLA LOUISE TOMLINSON Mena, Arkansas Art Club, Home Economics Club, Curtain Raisers, Eastern Star Club, Y. W. C. A. LUCY TRIBBLE Van Buren, Arkansas Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. LENORE TRYER A P A 702 N. Alabama, Okmulgee, Oklahoma Home Economics Club, I. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. MARY JO TURNER A KID, 'I' 9 K 327 St. John, Neoslio, Missouri Secretary of Student Government, Missouri Club, Standard Staff, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. MARY TURNEY 9 T E Edgerton, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Curtain Rais- e1's, I. L. W. V., International Relations, Stand- ard Staff. MAYME WALTERS 104 Ripley St., Columbia, Missouri Page 63 Page 64 IERMA RUTH VVARREN H T I' 215 Garth Avenue, Columbia, Missouri Editor of "Stephens Standard." AUDREY YVEBB Z2 1' 1' Norborne, Missouri President of Student Government, J. L. WV. V., International Relations, Y. VV. C. A. LENORI2 NVEILER li A fb 1610 Vermont Ave., Quincy, Illinois A. A., Illinois Club, J. L. W. V., Hockey and Volley Ball and Basket Ball teams. RUVVENA VVHITAKER 'I' 0 K, A P A Brownington, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon, Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Treasurer of Delta Rho Alpha. FRANCES YVHITESIDE 13 T-3 0 1610 S. Boulder, Tulsa, Oklahoma A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, Oklahoma Club, Y. VV. C. A. MARTHA L. NVILCOX 519 Rock St., Hannibal, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. LAURA BEN VVILD -lf 6 K, B DI 0 Spickard, Missouri Missouri Club, Glee Club, I. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. V CARLA WILBRAND 569 Jackson Street, St. Charles, Missouri Missouri Club. AGNES WILLIAMS V Houston, Missouri Home Economics Club, Missouri Club. HAZEL WVILLIAMS Turney, Missouri J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Home Eco- nomics Club, Y. W. C. A. WINIFRED WINN 13 3 0 1855 East I6tll Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, Standard Staff. FAYNE H. WITHERUP II T 1' Tulsa, Oklahoma President of Eta Upsilon Gamma, A. A., Oklahoma Club, International Relations, I. L. W. V., Y. VV. C. A. MARGARET WOLCOTT A P A 5921 Oak St., Kansas City, Missouri Vice-President of Y. VV. C. A., Missouri Club. NETA WOLFSON 4227 Kenwood, Kansas City, Missouri HELEN V. WQOD A P A Washington, Iowa Hi Beta Steppo, Iowa Club, Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A. MARTHA WOODBURY ' 4' 9 K, 9 T E Olathe, Kansas Vice-President Civic Association, Interna- tional Relations, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Kansas Club. l Page 65 X X O, VERA WOO lssouri Home Eco J. L. YV. V., Missouri WILMUTH ' ' E I X Macomb, Illmons Home Eco Beta Steppo, Il- linois Club, U DOROTHY niphan, Missouri Y. W. C. A QMLMMWW WM QLMWQAQW SWJJAMQJW A1451 mf Mizwwfgfff W, 6bJ,AL7 fU imizzfzsiiff ' V JL of X if of 9 jM MM J MM ff MQW 'WW WMQMMW 04' Hi Beta S J ouri Club, 3 - .als Lp JUNIUH5 l5,3 EWWAM A vftffitiwiw L tx HILL Kmm CARRIGAN Junior Class President-. ....... 7 ....................... Vmo1N1A HILL V ice-President ........ ............. B oBo KERR Secretary-Treasurer ...... ---DORTI-IY ANN CARRIGAN S. A. B. Representative .... ....... C ATHERINE WILLS Sponsor .................................. Miss PEMBERTON As has always been the custom, thc faculty appointed a girl at the beginning of the year to act as temporary president of the junior class until the election of class oflicers on January eighteenth. At that time Virginia Hill was elected president, Bobo Kerr, vice-president, Dorthy Ann Carrigan, secretary-treasurer, and Catherine Wills, S. A. B. representative. . During this year the juniors have given many social functions, most of them exclusively junior affairs. The Junior Jellies, an annual event, the presentation of wl1iel1 has become tra- ditional, was given December tenth.. The Jollies this year differed somewhat from the Jollies of former years, in that the juniors presented not a musical reveue or com- edy, but a modern play, "The Charm School," with vaudeville numbers between acts. It was the consensus of opinion that the Junior Jollics this year was far superior to any given in recent years. ' On February twenty-fifth, the Juniors gave a party which was exclusively a class affair. During the first week of March the Juniors defeated the Seniors in a hard-fought basketball series. One of the biggest and most brilliant social events of the year was Junior Open House which was given Tuesday, March twenty-fifth. All Junior Mothers were invited to be guests of the College on May fourth and fifth when several special events were given for them. On May twelfth the juniors closed their social season by giving a dance for the seniors. As seniors of next year, the juniors have expressed the desire to retain the name they have made for themselves and to be the most outstanding class in the history of the school. Page 68 ELBERTA ABELL K A 'D 807 North 24111 St., East St. Louis, Illinois A. A., Y. W. C. A. JOAN ABSTON E 1' 1', 'P 9 K Independence, Missouri A. A., Le Cercle Francais, Y. W. C. A. MARGARET ADAIR E I X 603 S. Main St., Clinton, Missouri Missouri Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. ADRIENNE ADAMS E I. X O Le Cercle Francais, I. L. W. V., Stephenso- phia Staff, Hi Beta Steppo, Art Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. kmulgee, Oklahoma MAUDE ADAMS Clarke, Missouri Curtain Raisers, Home Economics Club, Mis- souri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY AIKINS A P A Winterset, Iowa J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppo. ADA AISTI-IORPE - 41: 7th St., Cairo, Illinois Illinois Club, Y. WV. C. A. VERNA MAE ALFORD 1224 Herbert St., St. Louis, Missouri A. A., Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. Page 69 1 Page 70 DOROTHY ALLISON A ' q,oK,APA , ' 731 N. Okmulgee, Okmulgee, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Eastern Star, Hi Beta Steppo. EILEEN ANDERSON ' ' X Green Ridge, Missouri Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. VVILHELMINA ANDREVVS, 602 N. Third St., McAlester, Oklahoma A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Glee Club, Curtain Raise'-S, Oklahoma Club. pf 1 I FRANCES ARCULARIUS ' r ' li A 'I' 1820 Virginia, Joplin, jdguri Missouri Club, A. A., Glee'Clul4 e E 0- uomics Club, Y. W. C. A. V! I ill l IJ u HELEN JANE BAKER , ,4 ,ff ' entralia, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo. LORENE' BAKER Green Ridge, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. MOLLY BAKER 3 I X 1342 South Peoria, Tulsa, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Stephensophia Staff. JOSEPHINE BARNES A Memphis, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club. MARY BARNES Duncan, Oklahoma Home Economics Club, Oklahoma Club, I-Ii Beta Steppo, Y. XV. C. A. JEXVEL BARR O T E Nowata, Oklahoma A. A., Curtain Raisers, Oklahoma Club, De- bate Team, Y. VV. C. A. LAURA COLBY BARRETT II 'Y' l' VVilliams Bay, Wisconsin A. A., Art Club, Le Cercle Francais, Hockey Team, Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, Ste- phensophia Staff, Y. VV. C. A. MILDRED BASSETT ,. . -1 I X O'Fallon, Illinois Illinois Club, Home Economics Club, Y. VV. C. A. EDITH BECKER fb 9 K Belton, Missouri A. A., Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Hy- patia Hexagon, Y. VV. C. A. ANNIE D. BELL li E 0 1023 Mildred, Shreveport, Louisiana A. A., Legislature, S. A. B., Hi Beta Steppo, Hockey Team, Volley Ball Team, Y. VV. C. A. MARIANNE BENEDICT 3 1' l', A P A 706 Mlaple, Shenandoah, Iowa Le Cercle Francais, Iowa Club, Y. VV. C. A. BERNICE BENNETT Sapulpa, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Page 71 Page 72 GVVENDOLYN BENTLEY lx A 'I' Bosworth, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. ELEANOR BLACKFORD 700 Spruce, Rocky Ford, Colorado Curtain Raisers Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. , GENEVIEVE BLOKER 9 T E 600 Carleton, Caruthersville, Missouri Hi Beta'Steppo, Art Club, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. RUTH BLOOMER ll T 1' 3217 WVinnlsor, Kansas City, Missouri Missouri Club, Y .W. C. A., International Relations. LOVENIA BOEN 521 West !7tl1, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma LOUISE BOHN I Willis Avenue, Columbia, Missouri Art, Club. LORA BOLLINGER 0 T E Greenville, Missouri Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Cur- tain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. HELEN BOSSLER , P3 l X 120 West 9th, Tulsa, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Hockey Team, Hi Beta Steppo. ALMA BOYLE 4 A P A 38 S. Adam, Henderson, Kentucky CLELLA BRADY Nowata, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. MARGIE BRATTEN Z M E Peculiar, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. GERTRUDE BRAUN 'I' 9 K Sabetha, Kansas Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A. ELLA BRITTIN A P A Hayti, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. ELEANOR ROSE BROWN . SIX 4925 Baltimore, Kansas City, Missouri , Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, A. A. VIRGINIA BROWN II T 1' 1oo4 Moreland Ave., Jefferson City, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Basket Ball. MARTHA BLISS BURKEHOLDER E 1' 1' 520 E. 7th, Trenton, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. Page 7 3 v L Page 74 C ' 'dir 3 -div! LOA?-vt., J x 4 Af-OLZQQ, ff" , " ' ' 1 2, ,nzbwfjlv X. ,F I 4 , if 'Z' C CALDWELL L TQ: Z2 , ., Vivian, Louisian:?""' . t Hockey Team, Volley Ball Team, X 1. RUTH CAMERON ' O 'l' li Rolla, Missouri Missouri Club. BERTRAM CANNADAY Houston, Missouri Y. VV. C. A. MARGARET LEE CARLYLE Chula, Missouri President Burrall Bible Class, Hi Beta Step- po, Missouri Club, Eastern Star, Curtain Rais- ers, Y. W. C. A. RUTH CARPENTER 1834 S. Garrison, Carthage, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. DORTHY CARRIGAN E I X Sandoval, Illinois Secreary-Treasurer junior Class, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Illinois Club, Y. W. C. A. GLENELLE CASSITY Okmulgee, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Y. VV. C. A., Stephens News Service. JULIA CATRON ll T 1' Tulsa, Oklahoma Le Cercle Francais, Y. W. C. A. 'i Qvgijs 311.1 skates., "'-reg: 9. ULAIIVJ-1 YK1s ISABELLE CHAPPLE JS 2 0 606 Gaines, Little Rock, Arkansas Curtain Raisers, Arkansas Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Stephens New Service, Y. W. C. A. ETHEL M. CHATWIN li A 'lf 1506 Marshall, Shreveport, Louisiana Louisiana Club, Y. W. C. A. - RUTH CLOW Z M E Bloomfield, Iowa Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. HELEN LUCILE COOPER Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Cur- tain Raisers, Y. W. C. A. HELEN M. COOPER 9 T E Miami, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MILDRED COOPER . 2731 N. Main, Dayton, Ohio A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Legislature, Hockey Team, Volley Ball Team, Y. W. C. A. CAROLYN COTTON Columbia, Missouri MERIBEL COVERT Houston, Missouri V fl-Qi' 75 Page 76 DOROTHY CREED 1418 Rosemary, Columbia, Missouri Day Students Club. MABLE CUNNINGHAM X- 1. 1. .1 Carthage, Missouri Missouri Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Leader Discussional Group. MARY CUNNINGHAM Windsor, Missouri A. A., Hypatia Hexagon, YI. W. C. A. MABYL DALY Wainwright, Missouri KATHERINE DAWSON nb 9 K, II T 1' I607 South Elwood, Tulsa, Oklahoma MARGARET DAWSON 1930 East' I4th Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Legislature, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY DENISON GARNET DICKENS Rolla, Missouri Nevada, Iowa A. A., Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Basket Ball team, Y. W. C. A. RUTH BAIRD EARP Carrollton, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club. FRANCES EATON 9 T E Miami, Oklahoma A. A., Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. MARTHA ELSON 111 9 K, E I X 1901 Union St., Unionville, Missouri Editor 1924 Handbook, Sorores Arvales, Mis- souri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. MARGARET ENGLAND 9 T E 1436 Luce St., Cape Girardeau, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Curtain Rais- ers, Y. W. C. A. - VVINNIE ESTEP Vian, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. ERMA EWVERT 21 1 X 2222 Ripley St., Davenport, Iowa BERNICE FALK Clarinda, Iowa LAURALEEN FARNHAM 9 T E Duncan, oklahoma Hockey Team, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. VV. C. A. Page 77 Pagz' 75 fx :X ,I Q: LISOLA MAE FAUDRIEE' fb 9 li, 9 T E 329 7th St., Cairo, Illinois Stephensopliia Stall, A. A., Curtain Raisers, Illinois Club, Legislature, Y. VV. C. A. Cab- inet. IiRNES'I'INE FERRIL 43 I' A Columbia, Missouri ELIZABETH FISHER Hannibal, Missouri Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. YV. C. A. LILIAN FISHER Beatrice, Nebraska Stepltensopbia Staff, Standard Staff, J. L. VV. V., Y. VV. C. A. CLARA LOGAN FLEET PJ l X New Franklin, Missouri Curtag ' rsili Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. . Y ' .C EE' SQ ,Q ' 4 ' Y ' 1 Ottawa, Kansas l N THELMA FOUNTAIN Z M I5 Ewing, Missouri A. A., J. L. VV. V., Home Economics Club, Curtain Raisers, Hockey Team, Volley Ball team, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. REBECCA FRANCIS :lv 6 K VVestmorelancl, Kansas Home Economics Club, Curtain Raisers, Kan- sas Club, Hi Beta Steppo. Y .,,.: ' ff ,f mmm. LOUISE FRANKENFELD B Z3 0 708 W. Oklahoma Ave., Enid, Oklahoma Debate Team, Debate Club, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Handbook Staff, Y. VV. C. A., Leader Discussional Group. IVIILDFRED FREELAND Houston, Missouri HELEN M. FUNK 6 T E Festus, Missouri Missouri Club, Curtain Raisers, Y. VV. C. A. DOROTHY GILBERT 9 T E Duncan, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MARION GILLULY B E O Trenton, Missouri lf. LUCILLE GOEDDE " A PA 546 N. :oth St., East St. Lpuishlllinois A. A., Le Cercle Francais, Curtain Railcrs, Hi Beta Steppo, Illinois Club, Y. VV. C. A., f . . EVELYN GREASLEY A P A Moberly, Missouri RUTH ELIZABETH GREEN K A 'l' Bloomfield, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV C. A v-:J .,oLfoJQuJQwl3e MiN,ivf Alw-3? Pay e .50 HELEN GREGORY 22 I X 130+ College Ave., East St. Louis, Illinois MARGARET GREIFE AFX Windsor, Missouri A. ., Volley Ball, Hockey Team, Hi Beta Steppo, Basket Ball team, Y. W. C. A. HAZEL GREIVIP 23 I X Dixon, Missouri Missouri Club, Curtain Raisers, Y. WV. C. A. LOUISE GRIFFITS Cleveland, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. KATHERINE GROSS 1402 Dewey Ave., St. Joseph, Missouri LOUISE GROSS Booneville, Missouri Missouri Club, Junior Cheer Leader, Y. VV. C. A. ALICE HADLEY ll1..C 4117 Scarritt, Kansas City, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. FRIEDABELLE HALEY ' II as .r 1115 N. Shartel, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club. MARY MAXINE HALL Bloomfield, lowa Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. YV. C. A. THELMA HART Mangum, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Eastern Star, Y. WV. C. A. JOSEPHINE HAY PJ 1' 1',' 9 T E Rock Springs, Wyoming Y. W. C. A. MARGUERITE HAYS Pawhuska, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A. HELEN HENDRICKS Columbia, Missouri Home Economics Club. MIRIAM HENDRICKS II T 1' 1309 Dale Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma MARGUERITE I-IENLEY Eldon, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. ANNA MAE HINSHAW 3914. Belleview, Kansas City, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A. Page S1 Page 52 LAURA I-IERD - I-Iigginsville, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Home Eco- nomics Club, Y. VV. C. A. RUTH I-IIBBS Z3 I K Smithlaml, Kentucky Handbook Stafli, Kentucky-Tennessee Club, Art Club. BETTY HILL Zi I X 3700 E. 63rcl, Kansas City, Missouri Missouri Club, A. A., J. L. W. V., Curtain Raisers, Debate Club, Y. W. C. A. VIRGINIA- HILL Z3 l' l', E IX 5137 VVaterman, St. Louis, Missouri President junior Class, A. A., Latin Club, jazz Orchestra. LOUISE HOEY ll T 1' 560 North Denver, Tulsa, Oklahoma Vice-President junior Class. CAROLINE HOOK A 'l', 9 T E Cameron, Missouri Missouri Club, Standard Staff, Stephensophia Staff, Y. VV. C. A. ELIZABETH HOPKINS , Hickman Mills, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo. HELEN HOSKINSUN 922 WVest xzth St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma XVILLIWA LYNNELLE HUMPHREYS ...... Jennings, Louisiana A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Louisiana Club, Cur- tain Raisers, Y. VV. C. A. GLADYS INGLISH Chilhowee, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Eastern Star, Y. VV. C. A. ELIZABETH JENKINS Slater, Missouri Missouri Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Hi Beta Steppo. RUTH JENKINS 22 East Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Y. VV. C. A., Oklahoma Club. ELOISE JOHNSON B 23 0 Greenwood, Mississippi Y. XV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. HELENE JOHNSON A l' A Clarincla, Iowa S. A. B., Iowa Club, Home Economics Club. VIRGINIA JOHNSON E I X Hope, Arkansas Arkansas Club, Y. W. C. A. JESSIE JONES I Belton, Missouri A. A., Home Economics Club, Y. WV. C. A. l Page S3 Page S4 RUTH JONES Cameron, Missouri MARTHA KAYS K A 'I' Bixby, Oklahoma A. A., Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. NV. C. A., Handbook Staff. MARION KEENS ' Il, 'T' l.' A Sedalia, Missouri S. A. B., Missouri Club, Curtain Raisers, Y. XV. C. A. MARION KELLY I ' West Frankfort, Illinois Illinois Club, Latin Club, Y. W. C. A. LILLIAN KELTNER Joplin, Missouri. Curtain Raisers, Missou1'i Club, Y. W. C. A. BOBO KERR Bentonville, Arkansas J. L. W. V., Arkansas Club, Latin Club, Y. W. C. A. MARIAN KINNEY ' N Memphis, Missouri ,TH ELMA KIRKPATRICK , x' Keota, Iowa Iowa Club, Eastern Star, Y. W. C. A. 5 1 K I GLADYS KISCHELL San. Antonio, Texas Hi Beta Steppo. FRANCES KLEIN A I? A Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo. HAZEL MAE LARSON Council Bluffs, Iowa Iowa Club, Hockey Team, Y. W. C. A. LEVVIS LATIMER Idabel, Oklahoma A. A., Oklahoma Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Stephensophia Staff, Y. W. C. A. CAROLYN LATTA A P A Henderson, Kentucky A. A., Tennessee and Kentucky Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. EUNICE LAMISON II T 1' Neosho, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MARY LEACH . KI' 9 IN Holdenville, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Latin Club, Y. VV. C. A7 ALICE LEE X rx Ste h G Staff. gov XSS wg I X. , kill My W of W at 9 i u'i 0 Page S5 Page S6 RUTH LEEBRICK lx A fl' Columbia, Missouri OLGARITTE LEMONS Bloclgett, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. MABLE LESLIE li E 0 Enid, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Y. VV. C. A. MARY GALE LETTS fl' 9 K II T l' Ainsworth, Iowa A. A., Latin Club, Iowa Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Y. W. C. A. ALICE LINE Z M E Diller, Nebraska Art Club, Glee Club, Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. ELIZABETH LOGAN E l X St. Louis, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. SADIE LOU LONG K A 'I' Rush Springs Oklahoma xVAb'AA. Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. HELEN JANE LONGMUIR is " 0 St. Joseph, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Art Club, Y. W. C, A, DOROTHY LOOMIS VVebb City, Missouri A. A., Legislature, I-In Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. GLADYS MALLETT Little Rock, Arkansas LORYNE MARTIN 4604. Fairfield, Shreveport, Louisiana A. A., Hockey Team, Louisiana Club, Legis- lature. EVA IVUAUGHMER Savannah, Missouri MARJORIE MAE MAXWELL Oklahoma City, Oklahoma A. A., Y. W. C. A. VERA MCARTHUR Z M li Steele, Missouri Missour. Club, Home Economics Club, Y. XV. C. A. CHRISTINE HELEN MCCORMICK II 'T' I' 312 Robinson, Shreveport, Louisiana Louisiana Club, Legislature, Y. VV. C. A. VIRGINIA MCCUTCHEON II 'T I' Seclalia, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. XV. C. A. I Page S7 l l f Page SS SARA FRANCES MCGINNIS - Kearney, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. , EDNA MCKEE, 9 T E ' Fort Smith, Arkansas A. A., Legislature, Arkansas Club, Hi,Beta Sleppo, Home Ecoonmics Club. NADINE MCKEE Deepwater, Missouri Y. W. C. A. RUTH' MCKEE 9 T E Fort Smith, Arkansas Arkansas Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Hypatia Hexagon. XVAVIE McKEE Savannah, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. 4 MARIAN MCLAUGHLIN " V Washington, iowa Iowa Club, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. EUNICE ,MCLEOD .- . i Palmyra, Missouri Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppof Home Eco- nomics Club. Q A v MARY LEE MCVEAN ' it Tipton, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club. u GRETCH EN MEIER 9 T E 205 Park Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa A. A., Iowa Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo. LUCILE MINTON Okemah, Oklahoma Legislature, Y. W. C. A. ' VIRGINIA MORGAN 'Z M E Hayti, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. PAULINE MYUEGGE ' 9 T E Lamont, Oklahoma A. A., Curtain Raisers, -,Oklahoma Club, Hockey Team, Volley Team, Basket Ball Team, Debate Club, Y. W. C. A. SARASUE MUNCASTER' A P A ' Corydon, Kentucky Kentucky Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo. -. LORETA EVELYN MYERS ' i - Memphis, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MODENA NOONAN 9 T E n Webb City, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Home Economics Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Lois NULL i Havaden, Iowa fu Page S9 , We LJ: J 2. W. 1 ' ,AggAl1. im' Page 90 ELSIE SONYA NUSS Hoisington, Kansas A. A., Basket Ball team, Kansas Club, Hockey Team, Vnlley Team, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. PAULINE NUTTER ll' 9 K, B E O ' Liberty, Missouri Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Debate Club. LENA MAE OFFETT Orrick, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. NORMA OLSEN Little Rock, Arkansas BARBARA OSBORN Il T 1' Tulsa, Oklahoma DOROTHY OWEN ll E 0 zo: Victor, Tulsa, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. HELEN PARKER 1624 S. Barrett, Seclalia, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MAURINE PARKER ' Houston, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. VV. C. A. MARGARET PARKS II T 1' Columbia, Missouri ROVVENA PATTERSON x426 Paseo, 'Kansas City, Missouri Hypatia Hexagon. MARGUERITE PEARSON B 2 O Liberty, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, Mis- souri Club, Stephensopllia Staff, Y. VV. C. A. FRANCES LOUISE PENNIWELL Leon, Iowa Art Club, Iowa Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. BEATRICE PETTY Noel, Missouri A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Volley Ball Team, Hockey Team, Basket Ball Team, Y. W. C. A. CORA B. PEUGH H T 1' Hoisington, Kansas S. A. B., Eastern Star, Kansas Club, J. L. W. V. ELIZABETH PHILLIPS P3 1' 1' Holdenville, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club. MARTHA POAGUE ' K A 'I' Clinton, Missouri Curtain Raisers, Latin Club. Page QI ' x Mfg fs' .fy .4555 Page 92 SARA FORREST POE K 3 'I' Syracuse, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo. HILDA PRICHARD 142 Arbor St., Hot Springs, Arkansas Club, Y. VV. C. A. CARROLL PUGH ll 'Y' 1' Jonesboro, Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y HASSELTINE RAMSEY Monroe City Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y., EULA RAY Quapaw, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. RUTH REYNOLDS Missouri Arkansas Arkansas W. C. A. Missouri W. C. A. Oklahoma Kansas City, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. 114. p ELIZABETH RICE Purcell, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club. EDITH M, RICHBURG ' .Ii E 0 Centralia, Illinois Home Economics Club, Illinois Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. ETTIE ROEMER A 'l', 9 T E 617 Merrick, Slu'evep0u't, Louisiana J. L. VV. V., Curtain Raisers, Louisiana Club, International Relations, Standard Staff, Steph- ensophia Staff, Stephens News Service, Haml- book Staff, Hi Beta Steppo, Legislature, Y. W. C. A. HELENA ALICE ROOS A 'l', E I X 3334 College, Kansas City, Missouri A. A., Curtain Raisers, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Stcppo, Debate Club, Y. W. C. A., Hand- book Staff, Standard Staff, Leader Discussional Group, Volley Ball and Hockey Teams. MARION L. ROSEGRANT KID 9 K Macon, Missouri Missouri Club. MARY JULIA RUCKER II T 1' Dyersburg, Tennessee I. L. W. V., Curtain Raisers, Tennessee-Kem tucky Club, Hi Beta Steppo, S. A. B., Y. VV. C. A. KATHRYN RUSH A fb Beatrice, Nebraska Standard Staff, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. GLADYS RUSK - I Deepwater, Missouri V Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. ALTA ST. CLAIR Blue Springs, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Y. WV. C. A. LORENE ST. CLAIR Noel, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo,' Y. VV. C. A. ' Page 93 JESSIE LOU SAMPSON li A 'l' VVhite Sulphur Springs, Montana A. A., Curtain Rnisers, Y. XV. C. A. VIRGINIA FRANCES .SAWVYER 'I' 9 li, A P A Henderson, Kentucky A, A., Hi Beta Steppo, Kentucky Club, Y. NV. C. A. ' HAZEL SCHABACK Z M E Weston, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Art Club, Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY SCHIELE Z3 1' X East St. Louis, Illinois A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. MARGIE SCOTT 1126 So. Boulder, Tulsa, Oklahoma Art Club. Y. W. C. A. LOUCILLE SIEBEL Sigourney, Iowa Y. W. C. A., Iowa. Club, A. A. MILDRED SHANKS Bohnslield, Missouri NOVYSE SHAW , 0 T E 939 Delaware, Shreveport, Louisiana A. A., Louisiana Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Legislature, Hockey Team. 3' VADA SHEPHERD Lancaster, Missouri Missouri Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. A. BETSEY SHERVVOOD St. Louis, Missouri Glee Club, Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. WV. C. A. ' BERT SHOEMAKER ' K A 'I' Carthage, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Hypatia Hexagon. '.I'HELlVllA SHULER lx A 'I' , Hutchinson, Kansas Kansas Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MARGARET SILVIUS Kingman, Kansas Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A. ADA SIMMONS Grant Cnty, Missouri Y. W. C. A. ADALINE SMITH 'If 9 K Columbia, Sherwood Home Economics Club. IDA SMITH ' 400 E. 9th St., Pawhuska, Oklahoma v-,. l Page 95 .7 -'CLS--VN-L"l' iaxbd-Q Ae- ' 1.A..7fr-Q 0-.,t,c.u.f.',.,.,-as aw? Page 96 JOSEPHINE SMITH I 1' l', B E O 3oo1 Benton, Kansas City, Missouri Missouri Club, French Club, Y. WV. C. A. LILY SMITH Wilson, Oklahoma A. A., Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. RUTH STEELE 9 '1' E Bismarck, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MARIE STEFFINS Russelville, Missouri A. A., Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Step- po, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. PAULINE STEPHENS I TJ I X Hobart, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Legislature, Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, International Relations Club, Stephensophia Staff. HARRIETTE STEWARD Ill 6 K, A P A Carthage, Missouri Missouri Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. ELSIE LEE STROMATT A P A Muskogee, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo. , HERMINNA STURM Hayti, Missouri Missouri Club. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. FLORA SUMNER Hawarden, Iowa Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo. ELIZABETH SUTHERLAND Windsor, Missouri Missouri Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. ALICE SUTTER New Franklin, Missouri Latin Club, French Club. LOUISE SWAN Council Bluffs, Iowa Iowa Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Hockey Team. EMLILY SWANSON Wood Hull, Illinois ALICE SWINGLE Bixby, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. GLADYS TANDY 9 T E Columbia, Missouri MARGARET TAYLOR H T 1' Jefferson City, Missouri Home Economics Club, Art Club, Missouri Club,'Y. VV. C. A. Page 97 l Page 98 LEILA THOMAS .TJ I X III7 Baugh Ave., East St. Louis, Illinois A. A., Illinois Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. LOUISE TIGER K A 'l' Wetumka, Oklahoma A. A., Home Economics Club, Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. MARY TOVVLE Falls City, Nebraska Y. W. C. A. HELEN LOUISE TRACY Z M E Beaver, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club, MARIAN TR W - ,lf W A -lf, 9 T L dl, N' 630 fi , 'lid in ' oloradol S pl pl1ia u . W. C. A. W . 7' l Ch Ac emy, Dixwell Rd., Shanghai, China S. A. B. ' 1' I K WT RUBERTA TUDOR Plainview, Texas A. A., Curtain Raisers, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. LUCELIA K. WRNER , Carrollton, Missouri Missouri Club, French Club, Y. W. C. A. JO EMMA TYLER 0 T E Columbia, Missouri Missouri Club, A. A. KATHRYN UNDERWOOD Il T 1' Council Bluffs, Iowa Iowa Club, Y. W. C. A. MARGARET VANDIVER Z M E Orrick, Missouri , Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. THELMA VICKERS 'I' 9 K Bristow, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Latin Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. WILMA VICKERS Bristow, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MARY HELEN VINCENT Ii 27 0 Enid, Oklahoma Q Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. A. ., 4, Q - ,I I ',,V sxkxll 5,1 , 1Lr1,"pX ,ali 4 L ' !g,'!',u.' .1.i.,ur.:lA'.Al "Va TI-IERESA VINSONVX ' , " ' ' A -.". ' N v , . . - ..11,1lT1 f,,. -..i..A--.4--,nj 2123 Broadway, Little Rock, Arkansas". Arkansas Club, Stephensophia Staff. ,1 , 1 ' V Q , ..f HELEN VON BOSTON li A fl' ' II4 E. Del Monte, Colorado Springs, Colorado Y. NV. C. A., Hypatia Hexagon. P1180 99 l 1 l l l l l l Page 100 MYRTLE VVADDELL Belton, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers. 1 YVONNE WAGGONER -. K A 'l' Kingston, Missouri A. A., Y. W. C. A. ROMOLA WALTER Z3 I X Columbia, Missouri AGNES WAMSLEY Bixby, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club, Home Eco- nomics Club, Y. W. C. A. ' GRACE WARNER 4. 9 K, B 2 0 2.1.09 Linwood, Kansas City, Missouri Stephensophia Staff, Missouri Club, French Club, Y. W. C. A., Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo. ALICE LOUISE WATERMAN 9 T E 625 Osage, Chariton, Iowa Iowa Club, Y. W. C. A. BESSIE WEAVER A II T 1' I828 E. 17, Tulsa, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Hypatia Hexagon, Curtain Raisers. EMMA WELTY Malden, Missouri Latin Club, Y. W. C. A. Z JUANITA VVHITE Tifton, Georgia Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Y. VV. C. A. .X x10-V' s RUTH WHITENER Humboldt, Tennessee Kentucky-Tennessee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. DAISY WHITMEYER B E 0 84.3 Adams, Shrevenort, Louisiana A. A., Louisiana Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Bas- ket Ball, Volley Ball, Hockey Teams, Y. W. C. A. . MARJORIE WILLEFORD Z M E Hardin, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. FREDA WILLIAMS E I X Muskogee, Oklahoma A. A., Home Economics Club, Hockey Team, Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. - PAULINE WILLIAMS ' A - Columbia, Missouri MIRIAM WILLITS 11 22 0 3631 Pennsylvania, Kansas City, Missouri French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Missouri Club, Y. W. C. A. CATHERINE WILLS - B 2 0 Miami, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Glee Club, S. A. B. Pagf 101 l 4 l i l l Page 102 MILDRED WVISNER 1234. Bird St., Hannibal, Missouri Y. WI. C. A., Missouri Club. LEAH VVITHERS ll Tl' 3010 McGee St., Kansas City, Missouri I. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Legislature. GERTRUDE WOLFE Sapulpa, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, Oklahoma Club, Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A. MARY LOUISE WOODARD Z3 I X Nowata, Oklahoma President Oklahoma Club, Legislature, Hi Beta Steppo, French Club, Y. W. C. A. ANNA LOUISE WOODS Woodhull, Illinois Hi Beta Steppo, Home Economics Club, Y. WV. C. A., Illinois Club. ISIS WOODWARD 1403 N. Waco, Wichita, Kansas Hi Beta Steppo, Le Cercle Francais, Y. W. C. A. BERENICE WRAY ll 22 0 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ADA WRIGHT - Okemah, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, Volley Ball Team, Y. W. C. A. :MARY FRANCES YANKEE ,ll T 1' Muskogee, Oklahoma Home Economics Club, Oklahoma Club, Cur- tain Raisers, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. ALINE YATES - , - - E I X 1627 Broadway, Paducah, Kentucky A. A., Kentucky-Tennessee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. LOUISE YEAGLEY II T 1' 2306 Thornhill, Shereveiwort, Louisiana Louisiana Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers. ETHEL YOUNG 1 Houston, Missouri Y. W. C. A. I, , . . Nm-V3 ,QwA.vaf"'1LQn',,,j' I. 1 ' Y Q'-NVNL1' Qfwvu- FA. 5 caowiik UN 322:53 9-fu A WN. - awlsllsxiiglsmk, wh- -J-All? lim fvqfbww 3 lllgwgw Jo 1-4--'5aAv'3oAQ.QSl9...1uq4 Eg. 6 VKNM dad qqwwhm -'ML M 'B ta-tu vo- uu.kXNo'3"ANXQANx9"'h'xaNl' vvxl 'vnu-vvwfwf' di giff2k'74q5"fW'f' 3- KM ' cy, lewd? wgimwijw 5 Ml' ..f7l..l+'tl',,?3't"W"l.,fa..,.ilt',.,. Wit 5-nr QSZLLQ :,,ijf"i'C?'f' Ami Mafs MM!! 7 4 -x'QvQAL9-4 W I Page 103 AMZM7' Cm MQW' S Xfowwdl- ' Page 104 Laudamus Te Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Ever will our hearts be turned to theeg Patron thou of love and duty, Stately in thy classic beauty, Daughters, proud to claim thy name are we Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Steadfast we forever and a, day, In devotion laudatory, Ever strong to chant thy glory, Nlos laudamus te, Alma Mrater, Nos laudamus, laudamus te. Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Steadfast is our hope, our faith in thee Through the years that wait before us, In thy future yet more glorious, Constant will our real affection be, Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Be to us a beacon light for aye, Leading on tonwards great endeavor, In each heart the words florever: Nlos laudamus te, Alma Mater, Nos laudamus, laudamus te. Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Dear the me1n'ries of thine hallowed halls Till our hearts :within us burning, lfVe in spirit still returning, Dwell within the towered and ivied walls, Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Lingers still in dreams our gowned array, Till eaehlsister long departed, Swells the chorus joyous-hearted: Nlos laudamus te, Alma lllvater, Nos laudamus, laudamus te. J 5FIIIHl,fi+HEflHlTlfi QWWK ff ALEXANDER MEEHAN Academy President ...... , ...... .... E LIZABETH ALExANDER Vice-President ........... ..... C I-xARLo'r'rE MEEHAN Secretary and Treasurer ...................... Vmomm LONG "Oh, the Academs, the Academs, the flcadems are we, The Academx, the Academx, the Academ: are fwe, We'fve got the pep, 1we'fue got the rep, and if we make our place 011, then fwe fwill enter in lhe Stephen: College race." The Academs had the "pep," got the "rep," and at the first of the year, they started right out doing things. A swimming party, a sleigh ride, a hike, a "Little Theatre" evening and a dinner were some of their social functions. They took charge of Vespers as a class, and presented two one-act plays to the school. The seniors gave "A Dress Rehearsal of Hamlet," and the juniors, 'VNeighbors." They have taken part in athletics. The Academs vs. Faculty basket-ball game was one of the best games of the year, even if the Academs did lose. A study was made of vocations for women, and many new and interesting things were presented to the girls, in order to help them in choosing their own professions. Tl1e Acwdems are upholding the Honor System, and are 'making the Ten Ideals a part of their lives. They have taken as, their class motto, "Always ready" and are ready to go on to bigger things. A large number of them are coming back to Stephens, resolved to continue their good works. ' ' Page 106 ELIZABETH ALEXANDER I San Diego, California President of Academs, Curtain Raisers. CAROLINE BROWN 136 West 18th, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma LOUELVA COOPER loo Oakwood, Dayton, Ohio 'MARIE COOPER Y. 'W. C. A. 2731 N. Main, Dayton, Ohio MARY COLLAR 4 Chandler, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club. HELEN HUMMEL I Columbia, Missouri HAZEL JOHNSON 6350 Pershing, St. Louis, Missouri CHARLOTTE MEEHAN A Tifton, Missouri Y. W. C., A., Missouri Club. l l Page 107 Page 108 OPAL MONTGOMERY Pattonsburg, Missouri Y. NV. C. A., Missouri Club. ' ' BLANCHE D. MOTLEY Bowling Green, Missouri A. A., Missouri Club, Curtain Raisers, Y. VV. C A , BEULAH ROLLINS 1805 S. Spring, St. Louis, Missouri Y. VV. C. A., Missouri Club. EDITH STOCKTON 55: S. Clay Ave., Kirkwood, Missouri Nfissouri Club, Y. W. C. A. RHEA TACKETT 407 Willow, Colleyville, Kansas Kansas Club, Y. W. C. A. ANNA SUE TUCKER Ripley, Tennessee Tennessee-Kentucky Club, A. A., Curtain Raisers, Hockey Team, Y. W. C. A. Specials HELEN JAYNE BARRETT Il T l' 2600 N. Francis, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Oklahoma Cluh, French Club, S. A. B. VVANDA BARRETT II T I' 2600 N. Francis, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Oklahoma Club, French Cluh. EDNA BELL BUEI-ILER Neosho, Missouri Curtain Ralsers, Y. XV. C. A., Eastern Star Club. PAULINE' FAY A 22 I' I' Murphysboro, Illinois Stephens Quarter, Illinois Club. HELEN FESLER 25 I X Decatur, Illinois IVIAXI NE KELLY Hope, Arkansas LYNDA LAMBETH Hope, Arkansas ALICE MARIE MARTELL 7-5 1' 1' Murphyshoro, Illinois President Sigma Gamma Gamma, Illinois Cluh, Stephens Quartet, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. Page 109 Page 110 ALMA MARTELL - - - - Murphysboro, Illinois Illinois Club, Home Economics Club, 'Y.,WV, P ,IUSTINE MOORE 3 I X , Hope, ,Arkansas President Arkansas Club, Director Campus Chorus. , - . , CAROLINE MORGAN, . . . , . .V , ' Hominy, oklahoma A. A., Oklahoma Club, Y. W. C. A. HELEN SIDERS Z M E Eldorado Springs, Missouri Missouri Club, Y. C. A. CORINNE SPANGLER 6 'I' E Hutchinson, Kansas .9Q.,4rv-X C . X I . I unnnnlzrmu a I 5 iff' -I ii 'A , S t f , 5 E'N.zfxiNg?:b I x i i gr.: R f 4 A f ,- if A,-., , , . ,A fm. ..4..-.: . .. - CAnLY1.i': Roos Puon Burrell! Bible Class Stephens College I'resi1lcni ................ AIARGARET CARLYLE First Vice-Presizleni ........................... 1'IELENA Roos Second Vice-Pre.s'ident .......................... CAROL Puuu Approximately one thousand University and College students have attended the Burrall Bible Class in Stephens College Auditorium every Sunday during the school year 1923-l9Q'L. Their loyal attendance has made this Sunday School Class, the largest of its kind in the world. ' Size, however, is not the only claim of the Burrall Bible Class to distinction. It is an organized student class. XVhen you enter the auditorium you are welcomed by a young man who greets you with a "Good-morning" and a handshake. A few steps farther on you are met by a student usher who directs you to a seat. During the five or ten minutes whilel the mlembers ot' the class stream in, an orchestra of young people plays. The scripture is read and the prayer offered by a University or Stephens studentf During the roll and offering thc large auditorium remains silent while a special music number is played, All this is done by the class members, the program is planned and put on, the mechanism of thc class is run by student ad- ministration. ' The lesson, the practical spiritual message which Miss Burrall brings to the class each Sunday is the true reason for the success of the class. In the half-hour talk this year Miss Burrall discussed campus and every-day problems, with their relation to the great principles of Christianity. One of the main purposes of the Burrall class is to train young people for Christian leadership, to fit them for service in their home churches. For the mem- bers of the class who are especially interested in the fundamentals of leadership, groups have been organized, one for University men, one for University women, and one for Stephens College. The qualities necessary to a leader and the way a leader must face important problems was worked out and int'o1-mally discussed by all the groups. The Burrall Class working in close eo-operation with the churches ot' Columbia has proved this past year that the university and college students are interested in Christianity and in its practical application on the campuses of Columbia. Page 113 -Q. Y .,.I. , I zrz... .- I -,.'...I. ' I ' I :,v,.- .. -nga V':1'f':f 'I I L. Athletic Association 1,774-S'iIlf?IIf ................................... M A RION SMITIWI l'iee-1'1'e.vifImIf .............................. XIf:'r'rII4I BIARVIN Sceretar.y ................................ MAncIARlc'1' CHIICIFE Trrfasurzfr ............................... NONDIS ConNIcLIUs S. A. B. IE1fpI'c.wIIf11five .................. M.xncIf:I,I.A l,INSM0llE SYJOII-S'l07'S- ........................ Miss XVARNOCK, Miss HIIIL The 11111116 of tlIis organization easily indicates its purpose, that of promoting athletics. The A. A. Carnival was held during the winter by all the ll1Cll1lDC1'S of the As- sociation. The program of Stephens' most popular talent was an important feature of the evening, and the many booths gave imagination plenty of inducement to run riot. The gym was at the height of its glory-even though the confetti oII the floor was two or three inches deep. The evening culminated in the crowning of the Carni- val Queen, Marcella Dinsmore. . To those who won one hundred points in athletics, the A. A. presented the well- known "S" sweaters. About eight sweaters, bearing the Stephens emblem are awarded each year. The sports are fostered by the Athletic Association. These are 'treated in detail in the Athletic section. The swimming meet occurred during the spring in wlIielI a large loving cup was presented to the winner. Also during the spring, the 'tennis t0lll'I1ItlI1CIlt took place, when cups were awarded for the winners in both singles aIId doubles. The year's program ended with a "free for alli' track Ineet. The A. A. board, composed of the officers a1Id the sponsors, make plans for the future development of tlIe Association, which are acted upon by the members at the regular A. A. ll1CCtlIlgS. The A. A. promotes athletics, of course, but the great thought is health and activity-physically and mentally. Page 114 Hz'Beta Steppo ETA PILL CI-IAPTIIR Founded at Stephens College, Feb. 26, 1916. Purpose ................................. To Am SUI-'1v1sRINo Colors ................................ ---PINK ANII GlllCl'IN Flower ----..---.....---....----...--.-...-- -CAs'roR BEAN PILL-Ans Most High Pill -.--....-----.-....-.--.-...- BIARTIIA Roolms Newt Most H ig-11, Pill ----.--....-..---....--. RUTII HARRISON Capsule of fha Rec0ra'.v and flspirin of the Trm.s'ury --.... ----------..---------------------ARI.oNE SI:oImKRAN'rz 11311. 'FIIORNTON Pill Disf1'ibutor.s' ...---.....-.....---.-..-- NURSE LINDSAY NURSI-: KIIRN Spoimov' .....--.....- - .--..-. ---..- B Ilss KA'rI-IRRINI1: FARRAII This is an organization diil'erent from any other sorority on the campus. lt does not restrict its members to those making good grades or those who do or do not break rules. It does not have the customary president, vice-president, etc., as other sororities do. Look at the officers listed above and satisfy yourself as to the pe- culiarities of Hi Beta Stcppo. Even the girls in the picture look queer in soIne re- spects. ' Hi Beta is the mother -of invention, and disdains any ideas which are sensible and of every-day life. To be unique is its motto and mirth is its most outstanding characteristie. Page 115 I Jufzzpor League of W0'7'lI'61Z Voters 1'ry.9iflm11 ,-,,.,...........,.......... fl'E1s11'm1mNc'ic S'roc:KE1i I"if,-1'-1,1-zfsifleat ............................ LAURA BEN XVILD See1'c'fm'.y and T1'r'a.s'11rer ...................... LEAII XVITHEIIS S. fl. H. 1l?l'lJ7'!'.S'I?IIfllfilil' .......................... AIARY HOGE Sponsor ............................ Du. J. J. Ol'I'lCNI'IlCINIBTR The Junior League of YVomen Voters is essentially an organization to further democracy and clean politics on the campus. It is under the auspices of the Na- tional YVoman's League, and while their problems deal with the voters of public life, the Junior League deals in problems of campus life. They keep in active touch with the National League, however, through their bulletins and visiting speakers. The aims of the Junior League is not only to prepare women for their participa- tion in civic and social problems in' the future but to make the girls conscientious citizens of the college. The League has this year figured actively in the school elections. As the Xa- tional League is composed of members of both parties and t:1kes a non-partisan at- titude, so the Junior League stands, not for any one candidate, but for cleaner poli- tics, better citizenship, and the promotion ol' group spirit as a whole.. lt has been the aim oi" the League this year to stress, in particular, problems concerning campus life, and to lend its co-operation in solving those problems. Page 116 Art Club J. - , I mszdenf ...... ---EL1zAB11:'r1-1 KENlJRItJIi g'Zcf"P7'fi-5'1dem -------- ..... I 1AURA BAnm:'rT ec7eta1'y-t1'eas1u'er ..... ,,-, - PAULINE 'FIIOMAS V . 7 6. A. B. Representatwe--- , ,---- ---- ly IARION KEENS Y bzwnsof' ------ ----- ---- - - -Miss HELlfIN ANDEIQSON This year it has been the aim of the Art Club to foster a knowledge and an appreciation of the artistic and beautiful in the entire student body as well as among its members. Different activities were scheduled for the year to bring every one in' closer touch with art and art principles. One of' the first was a fifteen minute skit given in the auditorium, which showed how a college room could be changed from an incon- gruous assortment of rugs, pillows, pictures, and bric-a-brac to a harmonious restful room. To arouse thought and interest in the matter of proper dress, booklets of' Do's and Don'ts were made and distributed by the club, which told different types oflgirls what and'what not to wear. Illustrating the booklet were clever sketches showing such things as the absurdity' of a fat girl in ruflles and the pathos of a slender girl in vertical stripes. ' An exhibit of interesting objects, antique and modern, representing many coun- tries was arranged, the objects being loaned by the students, faculty members, and interested patrons. In every complete life there must be a place for beauty' and it is in the things of everyday life that we have tried to bring out the beautiful, for "Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must have it with us or we find it not." Page 117 ilifi. ll GN' International R elations President ......... .... E VELYN JACKSON Vice-President ....... ---JOHANNA COTTON Secrefary-fl'1'easurer ...... --- ...... ESTHER HEADY S. A. B. Representative ......................... IRENE KAHN Sponsors .... Dn. J. J. O1'rmN1'm11v1r:n, Miss GENEVA DRINKWATER Tl1e women of today are taking a greater interest in the international problems of the time, as is shown by the organizations of International Relations Clubs in all the leading colleges. The membership of the International Relations Club of Stephens College has increased doubly since last year and hopes to accomplish doubly what it has hereto- fore. Club meetings are held once a month, and the leading international problems of the day are discussed. The club often has the privilege of hearing lectures by prom- inent professors, most of whom are from the University of Missouri. The club endeavors to acquaint the members with international affairs and guide them in understanding the various viewpoints and phases of the problems of today. Page 118 H ypatia H exagon Presulwzt ............ ................. y- . P ZL'!3'1,1'HSZll0'l1-f .......... .................... S ecwfiafly-T1'ea.91n'01' ................. ..-- S. A. B. 1z61J?'!46'PlIfllfiUl' ................... Sponsor ............................. '- Mo'r'ro-"Let none ignorn-nt of geomelv-ly ---------M.mv HILL -Rl-:BA HARPE11 -HPII,ICN VON Bos'roN -IDOROTIIY BU1mALL Mus. T. T. CALr..uvAv entrfr ,I67'0.H"PLATO. Page 119 Debate Club I'1-csirlenl ............................... Mn.nm':n CUMMINGS Vice-l'resi1lenI .... ..................... I ,ouisic IFRA NKicNF1f:Ln TEAMS Ar1v1iuuA'r1vi: N1cGA'r1v1c AnI.oNi-1 SEGl'IRKliAN'1'Z Louisn l"nANm:N1-'icLn Ji-:WEL BARR ELLEN IJONOVAN Minmucn CUMMINGS VELMA SI-ncLnoN Organized during the past winter, the Debate Club has served this year for the most part only as a stepping-stone for the success of 11ext yea1"s club. The or- ganization and mechanical details have been perfected so as to make debating itself and its associated interests the fundamental part of the program for next year. The purpose of this club is not solely for debate, but includes the discussion of current topics at the meetings and the presentation of diH'erent phases of political and foreign issue to the students. The Advanced Public Speaking class has taken up the study of debating, and plans through the Club as its organ to foster debating in Stephens College. A broadminded attitude is very necessary in successful debating, and the Debating Club will do all in its power to put out a strong team and 21 club of active workers, who have made a thorough study of the questions under discussion. Page 120 Curtain Raisers P1'6Si1ll'7lf ........................... ---ANNA Mrxum: EVANS Vice-P1'1'si1lr'11t ---- ------------------ ----.-- l 3 Auimim Osnoim Secretary ---.--...-------....--- ---------- - -INDIA TXIORGAN fl'?'L'iHSIH'0I' --------------------------- ------- X IA1uoN KICICNS 4 S. A. If. 1l3I?P7'!?.S'l'1IffllfiUI? -----------.---- -A1u,oNia SEGEltKliAN'1'Z The Curtain Raisers is a dramatic organization composed of students interested in the study and production of plays. Closely linked with these aspirations is a great desire to cultivate an appreciation of drama. Toward this end is the work in reading of plays, their efforts at amateur play-writing, and eritieism of modern productions. Throughout the school year they try to bring talented readers or dancers to the school. This year they were especially fortunate in having Ruth St. Denis speak before a mass meeting. Rhythm recitals as well as plays have been given to further the interest in this work. The leading plays of the year were "Romeo and Juliet," "Knave of Hearts," "Upon the lVaters,', and "Torch Bearersf' The proceeds of these plays were given to the "Little Theatre" curtain- fund. The "Little Theatre" movement is a 192sL movement in school that has derived wide enthusiasm among the students. Short plays have been given every two weeks in the Stephens "Little Theatre" on the third Hoor of the Conservatory building. ' The Curtain Raisers have entertained the Missouri University Dramatic Club, uniting their interests with ours by bringing about new ideas in dr:una and the dance. Page 121 illl, 5 'V'- Sorores Arfvales 1,1'l?Silll'Ilf .............. ......... ........ C if luf:'rcn1+:N I.AwsoN l"i1'c-1're.9i1lz'r1I ...................... .......... I 1ucN1f: KAHN Scerefrzl'.y-T1'c11.s'111'r'r .......... ............... B IARTIIA ELSON S. fl. 13. Rr'p1'e.s'1'nfnfiee--.- ....................... NIARY HILL Sponsor ................. ...... - - - M Iss M A RJ onli.: CA lu'EN'1'14li The purpose of the Latin Club is twofoldg first, to promote interest in, and instill a love for the classical literature, second, to present in an entertaining way to the students the eustoms and interests ol' old Roman life, which it is impossible to bring out in the brief' class hour. The club has had for its programs for this year: The lives of Caesar, Cicero, Virgil, and Horace, and discussions ot' their worksg Roman holidaysg religious cus- tomsg "0 Tempera O Moresug "A Plea for Classical I.iterature." Besides the regular meetings and programs there are several extra activities of the club. In l"eb1'uary, an old religious custom of the Romans, "A Dance of the Vestal Virgins," was presented in vespcrs. Last Easter a pageant was given during the Classical Convention and was attended by many of the delegates. Valentine's Day, each girl received a valentine. which she must translate or pay the penalty ot' writing one herself. 'l'here was great excitement when the night of' the banquet ar- rived. Figures in long, flowing, white togas assembled and gracefully reclined upon couches, partook of a truly ltom-an meal. It is the desire of the club to reaeh each new girl upon entering Stephens and show her how interesting and profitable it is to enter a Latin course here after having two years oi' it in high school. Page 122 l , I Hofne Economics Club PTH-Yillenf .-........ ............... ...... N I ILniu1:n IJOWNING Vice-l'1'c-virleirt ........................ ......... I .om Biunw SUC7'f'1lfl7',U ........ ........................ A Imvici. S'1wr'roN T. . . . 1 1 1cfa.su1e1 ..... ........................ C .WATIILEEN 11v1c11-'ln-:R S. 11. 13. Rep1'csc'ntfdive ................... ---ltrm-11 BmLs'r14:1N Club Reporter ............................ 1"nANc1ns 13AllNlCT'1' Sponsors .................... Miss E. LARSONA, Miss H. CQRAIIAM The aim of thc Home .Economics Club is to intcrcst thc girls in thc work of this dcpartmcnt and to find possibilitics opcn to young wonicn who cxpcct to cntcr thc field of Honic Economics. It is onc of thc largcst clubs on tl1c campus and has clone some outstanding work. The programs havo pcrtaincd to thc cvcryclay problems of girls and to prob- lcms that will confront tlicln when continuing their work in Homc lflconomics. Two of thc important activitics sponsorcd by thc club wcrc thc Scicntific Plating Campaign, put on by thc Foods dcpartincnt and thc Stylc Rcvicw by thc Clothing department. Tho campaign hclpcd to show thc girls thc dciicicncics in their dicts and to hclp tlicm rcgulatc thcsc by counting thc nuinbcr of calories which they atv. The Stylc Rcvicw showcd thc cvolution of drcss from thc sixtccntli ccntury to mod- crn timcs. . Several hikcs, candy pulls, and partics havc bccn cnjoycd by thc mcmbvrs. Lunchcons scrvcd during thc ycar are to givc cxpcricncc in mcnu planning and scrv- ing and to acquaint tho girl with properly balanccd lunchcons. Paga 123 Glee Club 1,1-e.vul1m,t ........ - .......................... FRONCIE HILL Sec1'1ztm'y- Trmn.vzu'1'1'- - - S. A. B. 1Zl'P7'!'SlflIffIlfi17l' -----------------------HEs'rEII ENGLE -----------------------Es'1'IIEI1 HEAIJY Dweviov' ........................... ELEANOII AIILISON I.II.A lbIAY AIIlZPlIi'1' HICIIICN ANDREWS FRANCES AIICIILAIIIUS HFlS'PlCIi BANGLE l"IIIEnA C.iUEN'l'IIER IiUTII GIIEENIPIELIJ . ESTIIEII HEAIIY 1"IIONcIE HILL ROLL MISS KA'fIIERINE FAIIIIAIYI IIEILA HEBIl'IIII,L MAIIY ALICIC IIEE AIIICE LINE AIARION lNIcLAUGIII.IN BIARTHA ROGIERS FLOIIA SUMNEE CATIYIERINE VVILLS ROWENA WIIITAKEII IIAURA BEN VVILIJ llu. Stephens College Glee Club has been Organized for three years, its purpose being' to furtller the musical interests of the college. It is composed of trained voices chosen from a large group of girls. The club gave a concert twice during the year on the campus and it has presented concerts in several neighboring towns. Page 124 -. Q N - Q, ,gf J , yf ff i Jazz Orchestra VIRGINIA I'IILL-DIRECTOR .... ,....,,,.,,,, 1 Jiang THERESA V1NsoN ......... ....,,,,,,,,,,, L 'iglin FREDA VVJLLIAMS--- ---Sa.1:aphone, Clarinet TMIAE IJIMBOCKER--- .......... Spzmraphone PAULINE MUEGGIQ ....... .... S amaphone ARLONE SEGERKRANM .... ...... I ianjo BIAUDE ADAMS .................................. ..., I Jrums A newly established activity on the campus-the jazz orchestra. It may be the latest but it certainly is not the least in importance. It is the foundations of our parties, and the delight of our mass meetings. Its versitality is incomparable, quite as capable of bringing tears to our eyes as making our feet uncontrollable. It is an organization that is not without its comedy skit. Freda VVilliams with her young saxaphone is decidedly mirth provokingg Arlone, with her banjo gives us visions, sometimes of the sunny South and sometimes of the Hawaiian Isles, Theresa makes us teary and think of home and romance, "I Love You" give us all a series of f thrills equal to a Navarro movie. But Virginia brings us' back to Stephens with ii "Stephens, Stephens" and "The Old Maroon and Gold." i f l Page 125 ix ,Ls Y. if ,J Mz'ss0urz' Club 1,7'l'-S'i!1071f .............................. l"uANe11:s AncuLix1uUs I'ic'1?-I'1'r'.vi11'm1t ......... .- .................... liU'1'II CAMERON Secretary-T1'1'a.v1w'er ..................... ..... A LICIC HADLEY S. fl. H. R0prz'.s'c11.t11Iive .................... EULALUG ITICADING Hurrah! Hurrah! Mizzoul Mizzoul This cry burst from scores of throats the night before the Homecoming game. The Missouri Club was having a banquet in the dining room. The tables were draped in gold and black, and there was a gold football-shaped balloon on each table. Our razzcrs came running in, quite peppy- looking in their white trousers, white sweaters, gold and black sashes, and caps. The next day in the parade, the Missouri Club was represented to advantage by a bril- liantly decorated float. This same pep was displayed by the Missouri Club in the States' Festival. All the State clubs participated in the festival, doing some stunt that was characteristic of each state. There are two hundred and twenty-five girls in the Missouri Club. They have shown their prominence in school by their many activities and they will continue to be a vital part of the school life. Page 126 Oklahoma Club 1'?'1f-Yirlffilrf ..................... ..... - - AIARY LOUISE Xvoonann I,2Glf'l,1'!4Si!lI?ILf ......................... -lf'1umm1m1, Ll.: HA1,1.1y Srferetary-Treasurer .... -- ............... --ci'I,14INl4ILLE CLNSSITY Cheer Leader ............................. - , , MARY COLLAR SIJOTI-S'l07'- - .......................... M iss J ICSSIE MeConMAeK The Oklahoma Club, the second largest state club, was formed to promote loy- alty and state spirit among the Oklahoma girls. Shortly before the Missouri-Oklw homa Home-coming game the club gave a dinner to arouse enthusiasm for the coming game. The girls marched in, arrayed in the state colors, red and white. They were led in the lock-step by Mary Collar who directed the yells and the state songs. In the Home-coming day parade the Oklahoma Club won first prize for its float. On November 20, the Oklahoma girls ,entertained the Oklahoma Club of the University at an informal reception. The Oklahoma Club has been prominent in campus activities. In the Civic As- sociation's All State Festival, the club had booths depicting four stages in the growth of Oklahoma. The club has held monthly meetings with programs devoted to the study of Oklahoma's development. Page 127 I ofwa Club P1'c'siden.i ............................ THELMA RI-IYNSIIURGEII I!iC0'1,7'U-S'iIll3'Ilf ............................. Donor:-Iv AIKEN S6L'1'etnry-Tren.s'1n'er ........................ GRETCI'IEN IVIEIER Sponsor .............. I ................ Miss ELm4:n'rA KAGY At the States' I"estival the Iowa Club gave as their stunt a Barn Dance. Boys and girls dressed in overalls and gingham dresses danced the square dance while Bill, the old fiddler, played. The room was decorated as a barn with bales of straw around the room and straw on the floor. Each visitor or spectator was given a little sack of candy corn by the corn girls. The Iowa Club has taken a firm stand in promoting every Stephens activity, and has constantly displayed the true spirit of the Corn State. The members have made of themselves personal missionaries to bring back many more girls from Iowa to swell the roll of Stephens College students. Page 128 Illinois Club Preszflcnt ......... ,,,--,, -,,-,,------- H , -n r- . l 1c'e-Preszflcm ......... ..,-,,,,---.-,,, , ,H Secretary ........,,,.- ,,---,-,,,--------- Treasurer- .. - S. fl. B. Rein PlLBEllTA AEEL ADA AIs'I'IIoRPE MILDREIQ 13ASSE'1'T HAIIRII-:TT BYRAM IJORTI-IY CAIIEIGAN PAULINE FAY 'f'S8lIt!Ill1.UC ........... ........ - BIEMBERS I.EoLA AIAE FAUIDILICE I,UCILLE GOEEDE PIELEN CEREGORY BIARION ICELLY AI,If'P1 KIARIE MAn'rELL ALMA MARTELI. LUCILLE CIOEDDE -LENOEE VVEILER MILDIQEII BAssE'I"I' LEILA TI-IoMAs lJon'I'IIY CARRIGAN l'lnI'I-II RICIIEUEG DoIzo'I'IIY SCI-IIELE LEILA TIIoIvIAs IIENORE WEILEII VVILMUTII WORLICY IRENIC VVII.soN Nineteen-hundred :md twenty-four will ever nmrk :In epoch in the future his- tory of the Illinois Club because in this year the long-strivcn-for goal has been reached-we are organized! The petition being approved, Cabinet granted thc chur- ter for club organization to the girls :It Stephens who represent the state of Illinois. Next year, this club will be worthy of the name u0l'gF1l'llZilti0ll.H YVe are striving to double and triple the Inemhcrshipg we :Ire endenvoring to create :1 spirit of fruitful co-operation and soeinl unityg aiming to set :I patriotic example of good-fellowship. Page 129 Kansas Club 19,-fm-iflpnf ,,,,,,,,,, .... N Ifxv I,1M1zoc1i14:u lf'if-f'-IM-p.ml1-Nf ,,,,,,, .... I .mm I'IlCMl'I'IILL S!'l'l'!'lr!ll',ll'T7Y41lSlH'I'7' ..... ---TIIICI-MA SIIULPIR S. .'I. 13. lir'pr1'.s-011laiiwf--- ...... Colm Pmmlz Kentuc1'ey+Te1'messee Club IJ1-0.5-iflfmt ,,,,,, - --- --- - ...... ALINE YA'r1+:s Vice-1'1-esident .,...... .... .................... - - -.. ...... IIUTH Hmns Sccrelary-Trerrszzrm' ..... ......... ..... .... A N N A SUE TUCKER S. J. B. RrfprasmLtnti'1m .... ..... - -..NIARY JULIA RUCKER Page130 , '3 ,V K-'ls Louisiana Club I"1'r'-sirlevlf ........ -. ...... .... ........... If I 1cL1cN Smlfrn Vive-Pwsirlrmt ............ - - - - - - CI'IRIS'I'INE MeConMu:1: S0f'r1'fa1'y- T1'easu1'1'r- - - ,... ,.,,. I DAISY XV111'rM1qy1.m Arkansas Club President lst semester .... .... ...... ....... ..... J U s ' PINE Moomq 2nd semester ....... ...... .......... - - -ISABELLE CI-IAPPEL Secretary-Treasurer' ................ .... .... - - --VIRGINIA Joi-1NsoN S. .'1. B. Rep1'e.s'entative .......... ....... ........ ..... E D N A McKEE Page 131 Eastern Star Club P1'e.vir11'nf ............. ---PAULINIC LxNxwIr,m1 S1'c'r1'ia1'y ............... .... I 'YLORENCE NORMAN S. fl. H. R1'pr1'.w'nInfizw' .... ..... A vis BlcAUM.xN Fre110h Club P1'0.9ide11t ......... ............. 4 -- ---AIARGARET HlTlilI.XRD Vivr'-Presiflem' ......... .... B IIRIAM VVILL1'r'rs Scfcretary-Trr'a.s'urm' ...... ...... . IOAN Al3S'FON S. A. If. leClH'!?.S'f'l1fIIfiUl? .... ........ J ULIA Tsu Page 132 QW ZS' 3,4 I HIST mia -I4 '?:. 5 .,. . .:. ' on 339' Y ag nz: S 564 33.4 Zfiiesf. ri--'-'--n HTHLETIE5 Jil V., V 1 w 1 4 XIIOLA MuL1lo1,LANn, Mnlvcrn, Iowa rViIlII1'I' uf' the Sf1'p11r'l1.s' 1f1NNkl'f Page 136 Athletics 1923-1924 It is only recently that colleges and universities have realized the necessity for athletics among women, and every year a more active interest is taken in them. Stephens has come to undestand the need for strong, healthy bodies to make a girl ready to take her place in a busy life that demands vigor and strength. Because of this an extensive plan to cover all phases of athletics and interest every girl, has been worked out. Not only are two years of gymnasium required of every girl, but she is upon every occasion urged to take part in competitive sports. Rivalry is high not only between classes, but between the dorms and sororities, in basketball, swimming, and track. Besides the competitive element there is :mother great incentive to athletic skill at Stephens. There is the "S" sweater awarded to each girl who fulfills the require- ments of successful participation in a well-balanced athletic program. This included a certain amount of hiking, a daily health card, and ability at swimming, hockey, base ball, and other of the competitive sports. Eleven sweaters were awarded this year. The Stephens Blanket, awarded to the athlete who is considered the best all- round girl, was presented to Viola Mulholland. In the winter basket ball and hockey were the most outstanding features. Splen- did spirit was manifested at each game. Wlood Hall is the campus champion in hockey, volley ball, and basket ball-having won the tournament in each. The non- sorority team won the cup in the sorority basket ball tournament, for tl1e second year. In thc spring tennis, track, soccer, base ball, out door gymnasium work, and hiking, brought athletic enthusiasts out into the open air. Late in April the con- struction work began on the new dormitory on the hockey field site. From that time the scene of activity was shifted to the Price estate where the permanent athletic field will eventually be erected. Baseball enjoyed a tremendous popularity among the girls this spring. Three games were played among the dormitories and YVood hall, as was mentioned, won the final from Main with a score of -,L-lt-1-L. The games were fast, and the calibre of the work done showed that Stephens College pill-hitters cherish big-league ambitions. Soccer, a comparatively new sport among tl1e girls, was played between tl1e classes. The Seniors won the first game by a score of il-1. At the May Fete in the spring, the gym classes gave an exhibition of the foreign folk dances which m:1de up an interesting part of their regular work. In May there was also held the athletic meet of the year. At that time every girl interested in athletics had a chance to prove her individual wo1'th. Contests were held in all the sports of the season. The track meet included the target throw, a lariat contest, run- ning high jump, and basket ball throw, dashes, distance running and hurdling. The big tennis tournament brought many interested spectators, and loving cups were awarded the champions of both singles and doubles. The swimming meet included diving, speed strokes, fancy strokes, a back race, a fifty yard dash, free style, and under water swimming. The Swimming Cup was won by Marion Smith, who also holds the 1923 cup. A previous swimming meet, on a smaller scale, was held between the juniors and seniors in April. Each class worked hard for points, the seniors carried the victory however, by a score of 27-ll. Pagr 137 X! xy 1 ,. ,1:",.' Q K -, I QS' -ff ll- . .. , . Q Mb- ffgi- ' ' , -A wi, .L.,gLI RQ ' -4--gg: 9 ': g"rg " ""' ' -f :qi Y, N , A , .y V --MM ' "1 r Q ff . , 1511 jf 5 -Q ffm 4 . wal -ni - 'Q' -- - 1 5 X I ,, 1 . L ' ' I Q If Qwggir Winners 0 f "S" Sweaters Top row-MARVIN, XVEILER, JACKSON, BIULHOLLAND Second row-BEST, PARKER, SMITH Third row-HARRISON, STONER, IJINSMORE, SI-:rrz Page 138 nh, I r l 4 , flockey Culumfzin Hull finpfaill .... RDNA hIfT-Kl'il+I- A lfVo1od41la.ll fillptllfll- .... L14:oNo1uc Wlclufzu Blain Huff l'11pt11in--Haz1cI. MAE I..xusoN South Hall Uapfain ..... ANNIIG D. BELL ' ' lfinal Game-VVood 5, Main fi 'Hockey was the first sport in the fall which called forth loyalty in the dormi- tories. Early in October the teams were chosen and every afternoon the girls were on the hockey team field, earnestly improving themselves under thr excellent coaching of Miss Hill and Miss VS-'arnock. 4 4 The tournament was played tl1e Saturday following Thanksgiving and an in- tense spirit of rivalry was displayed by teams and spectators. The first game was played between Columbia and VVood halls, with Y'Vood victorious. South Hall played Main, and was defeated. The final game between' VVood and Main halls, was a close one, but VVood took the honors with a score of' 5-3. The girls living in the sorority houses divided and played with the dormitories. Main and South played without sorority assistance, but the Theta Tau's, Delta Rhois, and Beta Sig's played with Columbia, and the Kappas. Gammas, and 'Sigmas with VVood. Hockey started the ball rolling in the year's athletics and aroused a keen in- terest in sports. The hockey teams were composed, to a great extent, of uniors who have had little previous experience, which points very favorably toward the Senior athletics of next year. l Page 139 i l Valley Ball Columbia Ilall Clfllllllill-.-RU'1'lI I-IA1uusoN Wood Ilall Captain ..... AIARION SMITH Main Hall Captain--- ---ALNIA Bovm: South Hall Captain-YvoNNn NVAGGONER Championship won by XVood Hall. As soon as tl1e weather forbade out door sports, interest turned toward volley ball. From thc first of December until the Christmas holidays, practice was carried on in the gymnasiulng but on account of thc brief space of time until vacation, very little real enthusiasm was worked up. As in hockey, the finals were played between lVood and Main halls, and lVood again carricd the victory. Much credit is due the girls on the VVood team, who won both the volley ball and hockey tournaments. All the teams worked hard, and Miss Hill and Miss lVarnock dcscrve much commcndation for their ciforts in awaking' in- terest in competitive sports. Page 140 Basket Ball Jimiorsx l"., VIRGINIA Bnon'N, Loluslfz '.l'ml4:R, YvoNNic W'AuGoN1cRg J. C., '.l'I-IELMA If'oUN'rA1Ng It. C., ELSIIC Nussg G., Vmu MeAn'rnuu, Manrmmzfr Glucli-'E. Smiioans-: F., Imizicr. Sicrrz, MAuenr.1,.x .IJINSMOREQ J. C., LALAII B1cs'rg R. C., VIOLA AIULI-IOLLANDQ G., PAUr,1Nif: S'roNnR, XVILLIIC AIILAM, I.E0Nomc VVICILEK. Class basket hall was the most popular sport of the year. 'Three games were played hetween tl1e Juniors and Seniors in the middle of I"ebruary. Several days before the games were played "pep" signs were posted about the campus, and class enthusiasm was splendid. At dinner the Senior team reserved a table and displayed impressive spirit. The classes turned out almost to a girl at the games and thc gal- leries were packed-the Seniors to the left, Juniors to the right. - The first game ended with a score of 16-12 in favor of the Juniors. This unex- pected victory filled the whole Junior class with live wire enthusiasm and the second night the atmosphere was tense. .From the first bell until the last, the excitement was thrilling. A record of long standing was broken that night, the Juniors won the second successive game with the score 19-10. That determined the outcome of the tournament but the third game was played the following afternoon to work off points. The Seniors won, 28-22. Splendid work marked the play of both teams. Both teams played well, but the greatest result of the tournament was the feeling of class spirit which drew the Junior and Senior rooters together. Page 141 I NON'SORORI'1'Y BAsKE'r lhm. 'l'r:A1u N I1zter-Sorority Tournament Cup won by non-sorority team. Class basket ball aroused so much entlmsiasm that the sorority tournament which followed seemed the final touch to establish basket ball as the Stephens pass word. The usual process of elimination was used, the semi-finals being played between the Theta Taus and Sigmas, and the Kappas and non-sorority teams. Tile attendance was large and each sorority manifested loyal spirit. I After the Sigmas had been defeated 19-173 and the Kappas 20-15, the final game was played between the Thetas and non-sorority teams, the non-sorority team won for the second time in two years, thus keeping the loving eup. The sorority tournament brought to light many good players, who because of modesty, or the pressure of other activities had niot entered into the sport before. The games were consistently well played, and though ragged in spots, this was com- pensated by some brilliant individual work and.by surprisingly thorough team work. Page 142 FUDLIEHTIUNS Top roxv-I.,x'rm1-len, VVARNER, PicAusoN, V1NsoN Second I'0WTS'l'ICI'lIENS, Hoox, Iflslbxicu, R,OlCMlCli, MeCAnuoLL, 'FRUHY Third TOXVLAIXDAMS, I.l+:1c, hIClN'l'YRE, S'roN1cu. l"AUn1u4:11: Stepfzemoplzia Erlifor ................................... XIARY AICIN'1'YIllC 15,11-YiIlI'SS fllznznger .......................... PAULIN11: Sfroxmg Plfll'llH'y flfl'1'is'o1' ......................... Roy IVAN .louNsoN Here is given to us three hundred words in which we, the persecuted nxcnmbers of the Stephensophia Staff, may say anything we please about ourselves. VVe may extol the virtues that we know we possessg we may lay bare to the world our story of heroic effort, cnnobliug self'-sacrifice, whole-souled dedication to the one ideal, that of getting the book out before school closed. VVe may express our long-peut-up appreciation of our 'own originality, ourxre- sourcefulness, our cleverness in evading the thralls of the giant Finance. VVC may point out to you the instances wherein this book surpasses any other annual'from Nome to Afganistan. But we wonlt bother to do it. Turn the page, Peterg I'vc something to show you a little fartller on. Page 144 1 Steplzem Standard Editor lst scmcstur ..............,............. ........... 14 IRMA RUTH VVARREN Find semester .............. ................................. IN IAR11: JAY Assoviate Ezlifor .............................. .............. 1 FRANCES S'rmcL1a .4ssi.s'fanf.s- IQ,0R0'l'I-IY Amman, HIfZS'l'ICIi ENGLE, LILIAN Flslncn, BIARY FRANCIS. AIIRIAM HRNDRICKS, RIARY Home, CAROLYN Hoolc, IJoRo'r1'IY :KNAPI'ENBERGlCR, N1+:'r'rl1f: J. RIARVIN, AIARY AICINTYRE, RIARY IFURNER, CATIILRRN PFEIFFER. :ELIZABETH PRITCHARD, ET'1'IlC ROEMER, PIELENA Roos, KATHERYN Rusu, RIAHY iFURNl+IY, FRANCES XvHl'I'lCSlDlC, YVIN11vR14:n VVINN, FAYNE XVITI-Ilclwv. D1r1fr't0r ................................ .............. - -Ruv IVAN .IouNsoN Page 145 FRANKENFELD ELsoN Hnms '- -' A ' Kavs ' -- R'o11:M1ca ' ' Roos 1924 Hamafboole Editor ..................................... BIARTI-IA E1.soN- Bl1sin1'.s'.s' Zllmlager ............................ ETTIFI Ronmim Staff' Illevizlmrs V P n n Lomsu l"IiANKEN1f11:I,n, Rivrn Hmus, Mixivrna KAYS, HELENA Roos . I The Handbook contest conducted by Civic Association Cabinet brought forth many original ideas and unusual suggestions this year. All the girls who entered the contest are no-w included on the stal'l', which gives them an 'opportunity to work their ideas into the pages of the new Handbook. ' The Handbook has become, next to the Big Sister, the most indispensable item in the new junior's life-saving equipment during the summer preceding ,and the first few days of the school year. It endeavors to acquaint-the-prospective-students with such details of school life, customs and prospects as she should know, and contains further information about Columbia itself. The guide of the Handbook Staff' mem- bers is the question, "VVhat did the Handbook not tell me that I wanted to know, last year?" From an unpretentious beginning the Handbook has developed into a miniature survey of Stephens social life. Page 146 QQ? YM ' SUHUHITIE5 I 5 6 X. K-Xt! X331 Top l'0XV'-RICIN'1'YRE, S'1'El'ILl'I., KNAl'l'ENlilCliGlCR Bottom 1'mv-Romulan, Hook, '1lURNER Delta Phi Organized late in the spring of' this year, Delta Phi takes its place as the third honorary sorority to be established in Stephens College. It was formed under the auspiees ot' the faeulty oi' the English department, who selected the six charter mem- bers as the nucleus of' the society. Delta Phi was established to recognize marked literary ability among the stu- dents of Stephens College, and to foster and promote an interest in creative writing. Only students who show actual creative ability, who maintain a uniformly high stand- ard of scholarship, and who manifest an interest in literary work are eligible to mem- bership. 'l'he candidates are chosen by a joint eonnnittee oi' members and faculty: the membership roll is not to exceed fifteen. The society has not had opportunity to exert an active influence during the few weeks ot' its existence. 'l'he members have, however, made eomprehensive plans for their work in the future, both in mutual benefits within the organization, and in eo- operation with the "Standard.,' An interesting phase of' their work will be the elose toueh which they expect to maintain with the activity of their alumnae members from year to year. .. CHARTER MEMBPIRS . C.xnoI,xNi': Hook, Cameron, Mo. l'l'r'r11f: Roi-:Mi-zu, Shreveport, La. lJ0no'ruv KNAPPiaN1nc1m1':n, Kiefer, Okla. Fu.xNe1cs S'1'l+:1cLlc, Dexter, Mo. Minn' AICIN'l'YIU'I, Tulsa, Okla. RIARY 'l'unNr:n,'Nr-osho, Mo. l'lLRCTED Ml'lMl5l'lRS Mixun-: JAY, Oklahoma City, Okla. IQATIIRYN Rvsu, Beatrice, Neb. HlCI,l41Nit Roos, Kansas City, Mo. M.xni.xN '1'n1'm'. Colorado Springs, Colo. I'ngc Ijy f I , 5 K 4 , i -ef qhgtq a' 1 - bv V t ' QM , Top mw-S'rl:m,1a, Human, Rcmcu, lineman, 'l'sU, I,ISI.Ii, Second l'UW-JOHNSON, A. SMITH, 1.Ii.-XCH, F1t.xNc1s, M. Smrrn. NIcC,uu1ol,1., 'I hird rmv-liuovvw, 'l'onm', Srocxran, Crmmak. j.-xv, Pm-mek, Fourth l'0W-lvlUI.H0l.l,:XND, M. I-hm., Wim, Gkmlzs, "1'URN1aR, Donn, F. lIu.1., Fifth row-Ansrox, S.-xwvmz, RURKIl0l.llliR, KMIN, RosncR.xN'r, HURRALI., Sixth rowfICl,soN, A1.1.lsoN, S'l'IEYVARl7, Vrcmaks, Htwmown, lJ,xwsoN, Hnttmn n'mv-F.'xUnRlalc, XVARNIER, XVr1olmUlu', NICINTYRIZ, liNAPPl5NllI5RGliR, NU'r'r1zR l'n'AL'f' 150 Phi Theta Kappa HON0lt.XllY SCIIOLASTIC SORORITY SPoNs0R-Ziliss Elizabeth Sfocflcioil. JOAN AIIs'I-oN ..... ....................... I ndependelice, Mo. IJOROTIIY AIILISON .......................... Okmulgcc, Okln. PlDI'l'II BECKER ....... .......................... B Clton, MO. GERTRUDE BRAUN ........ NA DINE BURKI-IQLIIER ................... DoRo'rI'IY BURRA LL ....... ---------------------S:xlICtlI:1, Kas. - - - - -- -'1'rcnton, Mo. -----------------------Av:1lo1I, Psi. ESTI'IER CAs'I'I-II-:L ........... -- ................ Princeton, Mo. DIARY ALICIC CORIIER ....... .......... - -- --------Corder, Mo. KA'1'I-IIIIRYN IJAWSON ............................ Tulsa, Oklo.. DoRo'I'IIY Dom: ............. .......... ...... S l Ircveport, La. BIARTIIA 14lLS0N ........................ IIEOLA FA UIIREE ........................ RPIISECCIIX FRA NCIS ........ SARA CQRIMICS ............ -----Unionvil1c, Mo. ----------C:1iro, Ill. ------..----------XvCStll10l'lJlIld, Kas. ---------....--------W2lSlllIlgtllIl, In. DoRo'rI-IY HAIxIIx1oND ........................ Burlington, Kos. FRONCIE HII.I.-,- .............................. Liberty, Mo. LIARY HIIIL ................................ Concordia, Kas. I.OUISE HlTl3l'Ill ................................. Holden, Mo. NIARIE JAY ............................ cllillllllllllil City, Okln. TILBURN JOHNSON ............................ St. Louis, Mo. IRENE KAIIN ................................ WiclIit:1, Kas. DoRo'rI'IY KNA If I-ENEER GER ................. Keifer, Oklaliomn. MA RY IJEACH ............................. Holdenville, Oklu. MARY GALE I.E'r'I-s ..................... HELEN I.1sLE .......................... IDA BLIXNl7I'IE BICCARIKOLL ............... DIARY MC I NTYRE ........ ------AinswortlI, In. -------Clnrind:1, In. --. ..... Ottumwn, In.. ..-------..-------------Tuls:1, Okln. VIoLA BIULI-IOLLAND ............................ Malvern, Ia. PAULINE NUTTER ........ HIAYOTA PEPPER ......... LIARION R.0Sl'IGRANT ...... FRANCES SAWVYER ....................... ----------------------I.iberty, Mo. -----------------Monte Vista, Colo. ---------..-------------Mncon, Mo. - - - - -Hendcrson, Ky. ADALINE SMITH .............................. Columbia, Mo. LIAURINE SMITH ........................ Bowling Green, Mo. FRANCES STEELE ............................... Dexter, Mo. HARRIE'r'I-E STEWARD .................... TEMPERANCE STOCKER .................. DOR01'I'IY T0l3EY-- .... --- JULIA Tsu .............. BIARY TURNER .......... 'FHELNIA VICKERS ................. .... - - GRACE VVARNER ........................ LAURA BEN VVILI: ...................... MARTHA VVOOIIEURY ..... - --, .... Carthage, Mo. ----------Albi:1, In. -----------..--..-------Scdali:1, Mo. -------------------SlI:mgl1:Ii, Chinn ----------------------NcoslIo, Mo. ------Bristow, Okla. ---KilIlS!lS City, Mo. ---..--Spick:Ird, Mo. ....---..---------..------c,1IltllC, Kas. ROWVENA VVIIITAKER ........................ Brownington, Mo, Page 151 1 i i . Page 152 ,r,,,,,. ,..M...,,i . . Wu. W, i , i i 2 , 'A -A i -2 1 i ' x . 1 i i 1 First row-Rocnks, CUNNxNG11.vxM, ALLISON, SMITH, Second row-BURKHQLDHR, V. H1I.l,, PHII.I.Il'S, Third row-Fiw, 1vIAR'rrai,i., BICNEDICT, Fourth row-H12MPHn,I., L1Nxw1r.ER, Llmnocxmz, B Fifth row-Ansrow, HAY, RHYNSBURGIQR, Tsu, VIN Sixth row-Co'r'roN, Roxliv, F. I-Im., Wiann, Llsmz P n i 5 i, KNAPPENBERGER RUMLEY, PEPPER, sox, Sigma Gamma Gmmrzzz HONOIIIX RY M IIsIe.x L SORORITV lfoundcd 1923 Stephens College SPONSOR--fUiSS R nfh Goodsmifh CI-IAIHIIIII ROLL Jo.xN AIIs'roN ..... - ....... ............... I I'.LI:ANoR ALLISON- ........ ..... ......... - Independence, MOI. - - - Richmond, Mo. MAIIIAN NI: BI1:NI:1IIc'I' .............. .......... S hcnandonli, In. RIITII K.NTIKPIl!INlC BIJIIRY .................. c,RVETA BIumII.IcY ......... NAIIINI: BIIIIKIIOLIIIUR ...... - - Okmulgee, Okln. --------------------DeKnlb, Mo. --------------------Trenton, Mo. BIARTIIA BLISS BURKHOLIIER .................... Trenton, Mo. RIABLE CIINNINGIIAM ...................... 1 .101-IANNA COTTON ........................ I PAULINI4: I'AY ............................ LEILII JIINI-I HIIIIIIIIIILL .... - .............. - VIRGINIA HILL ............ 1"noNeI1c HILL ............ IJOROTI-IY KNAIJIIIQN Intnmftn ................. MAY I.IIxmoI:KIsII .......... PAULINI: IIINXWVILER ....... - - - -C:Irth:Ige, Mo. ------JopIin, Mo. -MurplIyslIoro, Ill. ----....Cnncy, Kas. ----St. Louis, Mo. -----Liberty, Mo. -----Keifer, Okln. -----------------Burlington, Kns. HIILIQN I.IsLI: .......................,.... ALICE AIARIE AIARTELL .................... MAYOTA PIQIIIIIIR .................... Jefferson City, Mo. - - - - .. Clarindn, III. - Murphysboro, Ill. ------Montc Vista, Colo. EI.IZIXliE'FlI PI-IILLIIIS ...................... Holdenvillc, Okln, TIIIILMII RIfIvNsIII'ImIcII .................... IJOROTIIY RONI-:Y .......... - - .. -Osk:110os:I, In. ------------------Webb City, Mo. ixIAR'I'HA Rom-:ras ................ .......... ..... X 'V nvcrly, In, JOSIIIIIIINI-: SMI1-II .......................... Kansas City, Mo, JULIA Tsu ......................... ' 7 --- -- -- -Sl1:mglI:1i, Chinn FIIERESA Y INSON ........................... Little Rock, Ark, v Ammm' V mm ............................... Norbm-ne, Mo, Page 153 I i by Page 154 First l'0YV-xVHl'l'MEYHR, M. Smrrn, Glus1zN1f'Im.D, Fms'rER, jonNsoN, CHAPPLH Second row-WINN, VVILD, Scm"r, LONGMUIR, W1l.l,1'r'rs, Third u'ow-WARNER, Doon, Bram., Fourth row--ITRANKENFMD, WVH1'rns1nrs, OWEN, Goss, Am, Doxovrw, Fifth row-Gn.I,Ul.Y, Lnsmrc, Ronn, PIZARSON, NU'rrER, RICHBURG, Sixth l'0W-wVII.I,S, Pocun, Ax.1,1soN, Cokmak, J. SMITH, ENGLE. ll' I r'.l!l CEI' I ,II Beta Sigma Omicron ETA C1-IAPi1'EII Founded 1888 l ColuIIIbi:1, Mo. HOSFESS-glll'.Y. Stella Ma1'ti'n SPONSOR--.lliss Knflwrine Farralz CII,xI"I'E11 ROLL AIU, CQENEVIEVE ....... ALLIsoN, .ELEANOR ..... -----------------------G:Ill:Itin, Mo ----------------------Iticllmonrl, Mo BELL, ANNIP1 D. .............. ............... S llrcveport, Ln CIIAIIIILE, ISAIIEI. ........ - ............ .L-..-- - Little Rock, Ark Conmfzn, BIARY ALICE .................... - ....... Corllcr, Mo Donn Dono'I'IIY .......... ........ ........... S l Ircvoport, La IJONOVAN, ELLEN ..... - ----------------------..-Liberty, Mo ENGLE, HEs'rEu .................-............. Trenton, Mo FEASTER, RU'I'I-I--- .... - - - - -Windsor, Mo l"ImNKENfFELo, LOUISE ....... L- ................. Enid, Okln. GII,I,ULY,lMARIoN .................... A ......... Trenton, Mo. Goss, FRANCES ....... - ...................... Centerville, Ia. GREIENFIIQLIJ, RUTH ........... - ................. Kearney, Mo .loI-INsoN,7 ELOISE ........ - ................. Greenwood, Miss. LESLIE, MAI3LE ........... L ....... ............. Enid, Okla. LONGMUIR, HELEN JANE ,.................... St. Joseph, Mo. NUTTER-, PAULINE ....,. ,I---- .... - ............. Liberty, Mo. OWEN, lJpROTIflY ..... ,L ..............,.......... Tulsa, Okla. PEARs0N,',MARGUERITIQC ................ Q......... I liberty, Mo. POGUE, WILLETEA,--1.1 ......................... Gallatin, Mo. RICIIIIURQ, EDITI-IL.,v'i .......................... Ccntrnlinj Ill. - Roma, HEQIIEN ......................... OlilHll0I11Jt City, Okla. Sco?r'r, DOROTHY ................... -'L ......... Tulsa, Okla. S1t'lITI-I-, MAUIIINE ..................... ---Bowling Green, Mo. SMITIWI, JosEIimNE .... --.L ...,.... --- ....... K:Ins:Is,City,. Mo. WARNER, Gimcu ............. ' ............. Kansas City, Mo VVIIIITESIDE, .IFIIA NCES- - - ------------------------'ru1Sa, omg, WIIITMEYPIR, DAISY--- -------- - -----.--..- - WILD, IIAUILA ,BEN--A ------ --- --------- - WILLI'r'rs, BIIRIAINI--L--'-,g ----.- -- ---------- -..Sll1'CVC1l,0l't, La -Kansas City, Mo: - .... Spickfird, Mo WILLS, CATIIEIQINE -------- .-.----- --.---------- B I inmi, Okla WIN N, VVINIEIIEII --.--- ------------------------Tulsa, Okla Page 155 Pngr 156 First row-II. B.'xkxua'1'1', USIXORN, WARREN, l.INXVVII.ER, UNDIERVVOOD, I,,'xMsoN, Second i'ow-Wmliznul-, McCU'rcmzoN, NV. Ii.-xRRic'1"l', Ev.-ms, PARKS, Mowrcomriuv Third row-Rucxmz, MARVIN, I-Ifxufv, Nllmnn, El.r.1o'r'r, Anciau, Fourth row-L. BARRIi'l'I', Bram., XV1'r1-mas, VINSON, Fifth row-Dncmak, WE,-xvrak, Kmaxs, Yue.-xGr.EY, PARKER, Sixth row-PUG1-1, CATRON, 'I'IGN1aR, Y.-wxma, Holzv, PIQUGH, Seventh row-Kiaxmucx, IWCCORMICK, Awzlw, HUmz,xRD, Dawsox, 'I'AYl.ok. Eta U psilon Gamma PI CI-IAIITER Founded 1901 Christian College HosTEss-Mrs. Lois L. Cravens SPONSOR-"lVliSS June Wlmler CIIAI-TER ROLL DoRo'rI-Iv AIIGER ......... ........... .......... C if illiam, La. Bm-II AMERY, .,....... ....................... l iraymer, Mo. HELEN BARliETT ........... - .......... Oklahoma City, Okla. XVANIJA BARRETT ...................... Oklahoma City, Okla. LAURA BARRETT .......... ---- ........... Williams Bay, VVis. CLARA RIAE BELL ............................. Purcell, Okla. JULIA CATRON .............. - ................. Tulsa, Okla. BARBARA CIIRISTIE ............. .... ....... .... O I n alia, Neb. KATIIllY'N IJAWSON ............................. Tulsa, Okla. DOROTHEA IJECKER ........................ ---St. Louis, Mo XVILMA ELLIo'r'r .................. .... ......... T 1 llsa, Okla. ANNA MAUIJE EVANS---- FREIDABELLE HALEY .... ,- I,oUIsE HOFIY ........................ MA Rm RET HITBIJARIJ .... Glenwood Springs, Colo, --Oklahoma City, Okla. ----------Tulsa, Oklag ---Sand Springs, Okla. NIARION KEENS ...... A .............,............ Scdnlia, Mo. ELIZA IsE'r1I IxENIJRIc K - .... ............. - - - - - Knobnoster, Mo. EIINICE I.AMsoN ............................... Neoslio, Mo PAULINE LINxwII.ER---- - - - -JeH'erson City, Mo. NE'r'I'IE BIARVIN ......................... ----Kingman, Kan. CIIRIVSTINE RICCORMICK ............... -- ...... Shreveport, La. VIIQGINIA BICCUTCHEON ....,. ................. - -Scdalia, Mo AIARTI-IA MILLER-,,,f,,-- FRANCES lYf0N'1'GOMl'IliY-.- -------Chillicothe, Mo. ----------Tuls:I, Okla. BARBARA OSBORN ......... ' ............ - ........ ' fulsa, Okla. SALLIE PARKER ................... ' ........ Warrensburg, Mo. MAImARE,'r PARKS ..................... ' ....... Columbia, Mo. CoRA PEUQII ....... - ...................... Hoisington, Kas. I - . CAROLL .l URI-I ..... ---- ............. -- ....... Jonesboro, Ark. DIARY JULIA RUCKICR--- --- -------- - -------- Dyersburg, Tenn. LIARGARET 'TAYLOR -----.-------- ' -------- -Jefferson City, Mo. FLAVIA TIIINER--------' ----. -- -.-.--.------- Shreveport, La. KATI'IlCRlNE UNIJFIRWVOOIJ--4-f--.'..-g..v..--' .----. Council Bluffs, Ia. TIIERESA VINSON--.-i- .-..-...---------- 4---Little Rock, Ark. ERMA ILUTI-I VVARREN-----' ----------- -------- C olumbia, Mo. BESSIIC VVEAVER ------------ ----- -.----------.-- Tulsa, Okln. I,EAI'I VVITHERS -..------..----------------- Kansas City, Mo. FAYNE WITHERUP -.---- ----------Tulsa, Okla. AIARY FRANCES YANKEE -----------.--------- Muskogee, Okla. IIOUISE XYEAGLEY ------- ----------------------Shreveport, La i x x Q 1 I E I Page 158 First row-B. HILL, BIRNEY, VVORLEY, jo!-1NsoN, M. BAKER, SM Second row-THOMAS, ADAMS, CSRIMES, Hu.D'r, JAY, Third l'0W'-CPRECORY, SLAYMAKER, WoonARn, YA'r12s, CARRIGAN Fourth row-Dmnn, V. HILL, BYRAM, Scnxnmz, IJYER, Fifth row-Fl,EE'r, Roos, S'rm'1-naNs, MCINTYRH, f1REMP, Sixth row-EI.soN, ADAIR, BASSE'l'T, Moomz, B. BAKER, Seventh row-VVAl.'r1aR, U'r'r, Bossl,ER, BROWN, Hmns, LOGAN. rm, 7 Sigma Iota Chi ETA CIIAIITER Founded 1903 Alexandria, La. HflS'1'l+lSS-Ii17'.Y. .'1l'l1l?lIi!l B. CIIIIIPTIIIIIII SI'oNsoR--Bliss Ilflen. Kingsfed CIIAI-TER R.0LL MA RGA RET Alliklll .... ...... - ...... .. 5 ADRIICNNE AIJA Ius ..... ----Clinton, Mo. ---------------------Okmulgcc, Okla BE'I"I-Y BAIcER-- ........ ........ - --- BIOLLY BAKER ........ MILIIREII BAssE'r'r ..... Kansas City, Mo. - - - - -.. - -Tulsa, Okla ------------------------O'l+'allon, Ill JEANNE'r'I-E BIRNEY ............ - .... HEI.ICN 130SSLEll ....... EIIIIIANQII RosE BRowN- -------------Cairo, Ill - - -- - - - -Tulsa, Okla Kansas Citv, Mo. I'IAliHlET'l'. BYR:K M ............................. Abingdon, Ill. IJOR'l'l'IY ANN CARRIGAN -------Sandoval, Ill XVONIIA LVN E Com-:R .... - ............. - ...... --Oskaloosa, Ia LORA IJIBLE- ....... -- IJOROTHY DYER- ....... -- .......... - ..... ---- BIARTIIA EI.soN--L ---------------- ----- HELEN CiREGOllY-...-.--- Kansas City, Mo: Marshall, Mo. ' --I---Unionville, Mo. CLARA LOGAN FI.EE'I' ------------- -- ----- --New 1"ranklin, Mo. -----------:--------East St. Louis, Ill. -----------'---------------Dixon, Mo. HAZEL GRFIMP -------- SARA GIIINIICS --------- Rm-I-I HIIIISSQ -------- ANGELENA HILIIT ---- - -----,------,--------- xVJ1SlIiHgt0ll, Ia. -----------------------Smitliland, Ky 13E'l"l'Y 1'IILL -------.-..,,, Lu. .,.....,,,.,, VIRGINIA HILL ----- , ,,.,,, , ,,,,..,....,.,,,,, AIARIE JAY -.--------- VIRGINIA JoIINsoN - -'- - 1 LLIzAIIE'I'II IIOGAN --------------- ----I ---- ----- BIARY McINTYRE---- ------------ --- J USTINE MooRE ------- -- .... - .... ---- -----------Tulsa, Okla ---------Hope, Ark MILIIREII cJ'l.'T --------------------.----------- Oskaloosa, Ia Tulsa, Okla. Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. 0li,ll1ll0lDil City, Okla- Hopc, Ark. St. Louis, Mo. ICI' PIIRCELL -.---------------------------- --Eldorado, Kas. HEIIICNA Roos ----------------.-----------. Kansas City, Mo. IJOROTIIY SCIIIELIQ .----------------------- East St. Louis, Ill AIARION SI.AYIsIAKI-IR ----------- --- -------------- Osceola, Ia. w NIARION hMI'I'II --------- .--- ----------------- 3 w IAULINI-: b'rE1-IIEN:-I --------------------.------ Hobart, Okla --East St. Louis, Ill -LEILA TI-IoMAs ---------- ---------- - MAR.1oRIE V.NNDlV0llT ----.------------.-..---- Nowata, Okla v ROMOLA W A LTER ---------------- ---- - - - AIARY IIOUISE VVooIIARII ------------------------ XVILIIIUTH VVORLEY ---- ALINE H ATES -------------------------- -------McComb, Ill J ------I-1!ldllCil.il, Ky. Shreveport, Lap - - - - - - Columbia, Mo. Nowata, Okla. Page 159 Page 160 First row--FUNK, Hoolc, Mama, BoI.I,1Nci3R, BLOKER, HAY, Second row-MUi.HoI.I.ANn, EATON, Gu.m3R'r, SPANGLHR, YVOODBURY, 'I1RUBY, Third row-ROEMER, FAUDRM2, STOCKER, SMITH, Fourth row-THOMAS, BARR, SUMMERS, S'rmzr., BURRALI., Fifth row-TURNEY, Coornk, 'I'ANDY, Sms1.noN, Dmsmokn, 'l'Yr.sR, Sixth row-ENGLAND, FARNHAM, SI-IAVV, NooNAN, WATERMAN, Loiumna, Seventh row-CAMERON, HAi.r,, Munson, Snrrz, DENT, Hocus. Theta Tau Epsilon ALPHA CHAPTER Founded 1921 Stephens College Hosmss--M1-.e. J. II. Notts p Sl'0NS0R-MiSS Agnes Walker ' CHAPLTER ROLL JEWELL BARR ....... I.oRA BOLLINGER-.4 ..... GENEVIEVE BL0KER-4-- .-.- A------- DOROTI-IY BURRALL--- - RUTH CAMERON--.-----.. - - - - - Nowuta, Okln - - - - - -Greenville, M0 - --Caruthersville, Mo HELEN COOPER .... , .... --- ...... ..---- --------Avalon, Pa ------Roll:1, M0 ----Miami, 0kla,: .NIARGARET HELEN DENT ........ .......-........ 0 lathe, Kas AIARCELLA DINSMORE ...... FRANCES EATON ........ AIARGARET ENGLAND .... LAURALEEN FARN11AM--- I.EoLA FAUDREE ....... HELEN FUNK .... W --- DOROTHY GILBERT .... ..----------------------A1bia, Ia -----..---Miami, Okla --- ---Cape Girardeau, Mo -------Duncan, Okla -----Cairo,'Ill -------Festus, Mo ------Duncan, Okla ---- ----- ----Caruthersville, Mo .TOSEPIAIINE HAY -------..--- - .--- Rock Springs, Wyo IRENE HALL ----.--.-- AIARY HOGE ------.------.---.---.-.-.-----.--- Olathe, Kas CAROLINE HOOK .....- ---- ..- -.---- ---- - Cameron, Mo NELLE I40RlMER-..----...- - - ..........-. Olathe, Kas GRETCIiEN AIEIER ----...-- ---.------ - PAULINE BIUEGGE --------..- - ..---- -- VIOLA MlULIl0I.LANll--.: -.--- ..- EDNA LICKEE ---------- RUTH McKEE --..-.. 9 - RIODENA NooNAN .---. ----..---- ETTIE ROEMER-- --- VELMA S1-1ELnoN --.--. ...... HELEN SM1TH---,..---- -- -Council Bluffs, Ia - - ----Lamont, Okla: --------Malvern, Ia ----Fort Smith, Ark ----Fort Smith, Ark ------Webb City, Mo. ..----- ------..-Shreveport, La. -------------Trenton, Mo. ----- -----..------Shreveport, La, CORINNE SPANGLER-...s -.---. ---- ..-..-- - - Hutchison, Kas RUTH STEEL- - - ---'--'--..- TEMPERANCE STocKERf--- ALICE SUMMERS ----- -- GLADYS TANDY --.--- GERTRUDE THOMAS --.- BIARIAN TRUBY ------ BIARY TURNEY ---.- JOEMMA TYLER ----------- ALICE LOUISE WATERMAN---- BIARTHA VVOODBURY ---.-- -..----..-------....-----Bismnrk, Mo ------r------ -..-----Albia, Ia. ---Harrisburg, Pa. ---....--..---- ---Columbia, Mo - ------ -- --Shreveport, La. C olorado Springs, Colo. ----------Edgerton, M0 - -- - Columbia, Mo. -L. --Chariton, Ia. - - - Olathe, Kas ' Page 161 First row-Mlmm, KAYS, READING, LAYMAN, BEN'rl.EY, LINC!-I, Second row-HILL, Mll,l.I5R, CALDWEL1., FOCKELE, 'flGER, POAGUE, Third row-VON Bos'roN, LONG, LEE, SAM1'soN, SHOEMAKER, Fourth l'0XN'-ANDRIEWS, PIAMMOND, BECKE'l"l', Annu., SHULER, FIARDING, Fifth l'OW'-SNHED, HoNn, Wurmu, CLARK, GREEN, Lmzmucx, Sixth l'0W-XVAGGONER, ARCUI.1XRlUS, Pon, KNAPPIENRIERGER, Lxmnocxuk, CHfvrwxN. Page 162 Kappa Delta Phi IXLPIIA CIIAPTICR lfoundcd 1921 Stephens College HosTEss--Mrs. E. M. Crouvh SPONSOii-IifliS.S' 1'atim1,ce Ilfl3'S""'fl , q CI-IAv'rER ROLL , in ELBERTA AIQELI, ,,.,,..................... East St. L0l1iS, Ill. HICIIEN IAANDIUCWS ....... .......-......---- MCAl1iStC1', Oklrl- IJRANCES ARcULARIiIs ..,.......... .....,......... . loplill, MOI. MARY FRANCES BEcKE'r'1' .... --- ........... ----El RCIIO, Oliln. GwENnoI,YN BENTLEY ........ ................ 1 Zoswortll, Mo. IIUTII CALDWVELL ......----- ---- ------- -- ETIIEII CIIATWYIN ...... DIARY RIUTII CLARK .... RIARY FOCKELE ....... - - - - - -Viviun, Okln. - - - -Shreveport, Ln. ---..---------------------Center, Mo. RlT'PIAI GREEN ..... - .......... ........-.. DoRo'rI-Iv ILIAINIMOND- - - ------Ottawa, Kas. -- - - Bloomfield, Mo. - - - Burlington, Kas. IMOGENE I-IARIIING ............ - .... .......... - -Cllnriton, Ia. . - -r 1 , luARY HILL---- .............. --- ........... Concordia, Kas. HEIIEN I'IONE ......... BIARTHA KAYS ...... IDOROTI-IY kKNAlll,EN1i'lCRQEl!---,- .... .... .. -- XIARIE LAYMAN ........... ..-- .,.... ----- v ----'Knox City, Moi. ---....-----Bixby, Okln. ----E--Kiefer, Okla. ----Knox City, Mo. LIARY AIIICIE- LEE, ..... H .................. ---Chillicothe, Mo. RUTI-I LEEBRICK .... ' -.- - -- - -Columbin, Mo. MAY I,IMIzo'qKER---Q.-.. .... ..... i. ---,- ....... -Burlington, Kas. SARAH I,INcgI-----4---- .......... L ....... -Ponca City, Okln. SAIIIE I,oU LdNQ- - ...................... WILLIE BIILA M-- -.- - - -- 'ADAI-I BIILLER .... Q---- Rvnsll Springs,'Ok1R. ------------------------Kiowyi, Okln. ------------------------Clifiifon, Khs. LIARTI-IA POAGUE .... -w-!-'-,- .... ,---- ............. Clinton, ,Mot SARA FORREST POE ...... ' -,-----,..'- .............. Syi'acusg,' Mo. JESSIEQ1-OU SAMI'soN - - - EULALIE READING ......... --- ------------ ---'-Louisirmii, Mo. ----------XVlIitc Slulimhur Springs, VVyo. X Hutchison, Kas. 'FI-IELMA SIIULER---------'T----------------- BERT SIIOEMAIcER--- ---- --..--..------4---- K FRANCES SNEE6-X- IIOUISE TIGER ......... HELEN VoN Bos'roN--- ------------..-----i-----Columliiu, Mo. f.oQf,,.-. ,, ,.. .,. ,Q --A - -C:1rtl1agc, Mo. --------------------Wetumpka, Okln. YvoNNE VVAGGONER ---------.---.------- v Colorado Springs, Colo. -----Kingston, Mo. IIEONORE VVEILER .------------- ----------------- C Quincy, Ill. Page 163 - v ' ' , 1 I. iz i I . 1 - ' ' . x , , i i i i 1 , ,W r 1 4. -- , ,, .i li -- i.-,.,.......- ,... ...,-,,-.-i..-'. .,... .,,,, ...,..., ... .,.. N. .,,.,, ,,,, -, .,,.,., .... ..--.,-,-..- ,.,. Page 164 First row-XVH1'1'AK1aR, MCMUI4I.EN, S'r1zvvAaD, TRYER, JOHNSON, Second row-Toulay, FIsRRn.r,, Bovmz, S'rRoMA'Vr, BENEDICT, Third row-NVUOD, Wrlmxxrak, Gommn, Mclikmn, CLARKE, Fourth row-Gkmsnny, SAVVYIER, Wol.co'r'r, Human, BROVVN, Fifth row-Rociens, BARRETT, Lxsuf, KLEIN, STONER, Sixth row-MORGAN, Al.I,ISON, Annex, I-IARRISON, L.-vrm, MUNCASTER. , Afi, ., .pg Ni: . ,.,, i ' ff 1 Delta R110 Alpha ALPIIA CIIAPTEII A Founded 1921 ' Stephens College Hosrizss-M1'.9. Alice Chaney SPONS0RT.lliSS Jessie McCormack I CI-IAPTEI1 RQLL DOROTIIY AIKIN .............................. VVintersct, In DoRoTIIv ALLISON ...... ......... ....... C I lil1lll0lll11 City, Okln ALICE 13ARIlETT ............... ............... S kidmorc, Mo AIARIANNE BENEIDICT .............. L-- ....... Shen:mdo:.1h, In ALMA BOYLE .......n....................... Henderson, Ky BEIITIIA BROWN ..... ALICE CLARKE ...... Kansas City, Mo --------Cl:xrind:1, In Coluinbia, Mo EIINESTINE FERRIL-- ........ .... .......... - - .. IEUCILLE GOEDIJE .... --East. St. Louis, Ill EVELYN GIIEASLEY ....... ......... ............ B I oberly, Mo IIOUISE GRIFFITS--- - - - Cleveland, Okln Clnrindil, In RUTII HARRISON ........ - ..... .. ............ ---- gHoldcn, Mo I.oUIsE HUBER ........... ........... ....... .. - - HELENE JoI-INsoN--- Jov .IoIIANNEs ...... 1"IIANcEs KLEIN .... Q CAROLYN IEATTA .... - HICLEN LISLE ....,.. ------ .... -------- LOUISE McBIzIIJE..-L ....... .. .......... - BLANCIIE BICLIULLEN INDIA AIORGAN-.. .... --- ......... ------ ------..-ClnriIId:1, In ----..--C0llllllbifl., M0 -Okliiholnn City, Okla ------Hcndcrson, Ky -..------ClarindzI, In -----LChillicotlIe, Mo Eureka, Kas --Fountnin Grove, Mo SARA LIUNCASTER- ................. ... ........ Henderson, Ky VVnverly, Ia MARTIIA Romans ...... ......... .. ....... .. ...... - FRANCES XSAWVYER ...... - ..... 4 ............. -Hcndcrson, Ky HAliRIFITTE STFHVARD- ----------......---------'---Cartl1age, Mo EIISIPI LEE STROMATT ....................... Llluskogce, Okla PAULINE S1-oNEn--.g------- ..... -------- Excelsior Springs, Mo IUOROTHY TOBEYN .... ........... A .............. Sednlizi, Mo LENORE TRYER---g ................. S.-- Q - - - Muskogee, Okla ROWVENA YVI-IITAKEII- ..... '--.---.-...... ........... Browning, Mo lNIARGARET VVoI.coTT ........................ Kansas City, Mo HELEN VVoon .............................. VV:IslIington, Ia. W Page 165 1 i 1 ,.. . Q I .1 it T5 i ' ' ' i 4 ,M 1 If 'Z' -. 3 ' 'ik i i i A J , i 1 F ' V4 i . '- if - 1 i X E i...4i -,mfw -A , , 4 . 1 . , i. .. y,.7.,... . ,L , , .. , fi ,- n , ' . P 5 ' if Q ni ' ' I , . f ' f 1 , 1 First row--NORMAN, MCAR'FI1UR, MORGAN, XVx1,LEFoRn, HAYNES, Second row-Crow, Simms, THOMAS, FOUNTAIN, Third row-F1zl,1,0ws, PA'IVl'liRS0N, BR.fYl"I'0N, Fourth row-FREELAND, N. BARRY, VANDIVHR, GUEN'1'H1zR, Fifth row-LAWSON, L. BARRY, '-FRACY, STONE, Scr-IABACK. Pngr 166 Zeta Mu E psilon Founded 1921 JAXLPIIA C1rAP'r1cn Stephens College H0s'r1css-lllrs. lVin.s'ton LLUIIIIG-Y S1'0NsoR--filiss Ilclrfn X I w X i S .4 ndrfrson I,oLA BJXRRY .................. , ....... 7--,-K8llS1lS City, Mo NANCY BA-RRY ........................... '.KIlIlS2lS City, Mo AIARGERY BIiA1'TON ........ 4 ................... Peculiar, Mo RUTH CLOW .................... 4 ............ Blhomficld, In WANDA FELLONVS ........................ ....... W eston, Mo. MADGI-: 1"RmEI.ANn .......................... Grunt City, Mot Ti-IELMA IAOUNTAIN ............................. Ewing, Mo 1"nicDA GUEN'DI-IEIK-- .... ..... .. ...... ......... C if rccnficld 1 M 0 AIARY B. HAYNES ......................... Hurrisonville, Mo ALICE LINE ................................... Diller, Ncb GRETCIIEN LAwsoN ............................ Beaver, Okla VIRGINIVA AIORGAN ............................... Haiti, Mo Vmim AICARTIAIUII ......... 7 .......... 4 ......... gStcclc, Mo -North Kqnsns City, 'Mo FLORENCIBQNORMAN ...... --..------.- FRANCES PATTERSON ...... l ............... Yates Center, Kas ' AZEL SHABACK.: ............ .......... .. ..... - VVcston,!Mo nmcm STONE ..... -7 ................. ...Q ...... ,4-Utic:1, iMo HhLEN"SllJERS ....... -.. ............ , PAULINE' THoMAs ........ .................... Loulsm TRACEY ..... ................. M ARGARET 'VANDl'VEil ...... 'Mo QEI Dorado Springs, -O3ka1oos:1, In - - - - - - - - - Beaver, Okln I-.-T..----,--L ..... --..-Orrick, MAu.15lu,i:A xVI1'1LEf'Ols,lJ--5.....A..-7.....-Q..-----.--L---T-H?lFdiH, BIO. M 0 Page 167 The I-Iouses BIQTA SIGMA fJMIURON D1-:L'rA Ruo ALPHA 1'1'm U1's1I.0N CQAMMA ZETA MU H1's1L0N KAl'l'2X Dm.'r.x P111 '1.'IIlC'l'A TAU l':l'SILON SIGMA Iouux Cm Page 168 Juv .lmmNNlcs', Cldlllllbiil-, Missouri Junior Jlay Q11r'1'n Pngr 169 Page 170 VIRGINIA HILL, St. Louis, Missouri May Queen Attemlaut mm PICUHII, Iioisington. KIlllS'lS Jlay Qu1'r'n .'lHr'nzl1nli w Pagf' 171 ni- ,.,. - Q , , Page 172 5 IDA BLANCI-nz McCA1moLr., Ottumwn, Iowa Queen. of the Ivllilfi' Play LIARCELLA IDINSMOIIEI, Albin, Iowa Queen of the A. A. Crwni-val Page I7 3 Page 174 T1-ua STEP1-IENS CosMos 5355? YIM I u mm Hnmf 'I 5 8. R wwf - nd bs Qsgxtlk, .4 5-t Softly fi, m u From zz Seniofs Daylogue gled set of juniors. Seniors hot and breathless, trying to stretch themselves to meet the Katy and YVabash at once. September 12-Registration. Eveiybody wilted down con- siderably. Big Sister party. September 13-Classes. .lunior go to English II with fear in their hearts and anguish in their eyes. Yes, I said the thir- teenth! Q I-ll Sfirntns +05 Pic ms 'F' ' unwi- f 1FU September 11-Stephens specials arrive-so do a bedrag- ",Q O Q, ' ' 'W . 1 - - I f I fn,-, September 18-Mental tests. How many eyebrows has a cornucopia? Study l September 2-L--Civic Association Formal. The pressing rooms busy-evening dresses hauled blithely from their shrouds. September Q5-Barbecue. A .lack Spratt paradise! Shoocd home early by "the locks of the approaching storm." Clilnglish II progrcssesll . September 30-Sunday, and end of first month. Ice cream and chicken. October 6-Leaves, autumn and purple haze. Study pre- dominates. October S-Hi Beta Steppo night. Pledges look chic in slicked hair and slippery noses. lfVhy didn't they cat their peas? October Q-lilxaminations medical and physical. Avaunt, mxodestyl YVe were not born to blush unseen. October Q2-Open House, and a run on the silver slipper cleaner. Why, SURE we had a good time. SURE wc did. October Qi-Hiking parties. Story book weather and unbe- lievable colors. I'm glad to be alive! October 28-Y. VV. C. A. initiation, a beautiful and inspiring ceremony. October 31-Hallowe'enl A chokcr in my bed-brrr! the door knob greased, ghosts walk, and every body happy. November 10-Ifootballish enthusiasm pervades our ranks. The Tiger spirit-but we dare 'em to call us cats. November 13-Pledges agonize to class in garments of servitude. November 15--Amazcment holds us mute. Dr. Oppenheimer forgot and told the same joke twice. November 18-Sundays are dull and drcar. Visions of'the home kitchen and chocolate nut fudge. November 29-Turkey Day-and wc're stuffed as a ballot box. Many "old girlsu are here on visits. 1 I on A.-:::ir'm. 11 H'- Y7 'E ' , a Ulf .M1'YUH'AND AGUED RENT mssme s ov- A mt lemon ,., . E n,,.:f- rm? ilmx 'A , If W Qs i- wr .hit A ,' F ,M l Rtifllf- D Robes 1 ' Page 177 L, rl 'lik E, 1. -- WEEK I, LQ Q1 up 'UUNIHS IJVNKL- gym, in 'mfr Q 7-" . 0 f f' F 0 . off BUCK LJITVB OUR sts T01NlGlll 9. mr? nv' 'S og! ? T is ll-gh OUTS ID if IN m is Z X-1 il K wsu. at 5"""-14 -r rf Page 178 3. 05? ' .s S 5' , 1 , 1 st ,U 11132 vi December 1--VVhat's this talk about Christmas Vacation? December 9-Open House. Second dose. December 10-Shades of my youth! Kid Dance in gym. December 13-Virginia's jazz orchestra makes its debut. Sev - cn days till va - ea - shun! December 15-'Junior Jollies. The Barrett-Sawyer'parti- sans almost come to blows. Me, I think they were both dee-vine. December 19-lVe take a fling at philanthropy and 200 Christmas stockings. Y. VV. Yule Log intensifies the Christmas Spirit. December 20-Il est arrive! January 9--Back with our noses to the grindstone. January 16-We dodge sootflakcs and snowballs and trek to class. Rumors of establishing a dog-sled route between Science and the P. O. January 17-The frozen nose remains the badge of gentility. -Sleigh rides. . January 211'-lVe all start taking rhythm. The Denishawn Dancers-and Miss St. Denis spoke in mass meeting. February 2-No classes-and it's spring! I must clean the room and catch up 011 outside reading. Thunder! WVhat's on at the Hall? February 114-A. A. Carnival, with Marcella the reigning queen. Fun and confetti. February 6-More snow. The infirmary business is picking up. February 8-Up to our necks in polar weather. Charlie has left oil' even a pretence to flirt with the furnace. February 11-State Carnival in Science Hall. The Crpheum Circuit deserves Pat Noonan. February M-Valentine's Day. I wish I were a florist, I do, I do. Or that Mr. VVhitman Sampler were in love with me. February 20-Miss Elizabeth Drew lectures on the English drama. And she herself'-and cherry ice-in South Hall parlors. February 29-Debate with Kansas City Junior College, in which we were squclehed. March 1-Hold on-to your l1air! March 1-11-Non-sorority basketball team captured the silverware in all school tournament. March 19-Vive les intellcctuelles! Phi Theta announced. March 21-Balconies, Verona, love! "Romeo and Juliet" with Betty Hill and Joy Johannes. Why did I not live then? Surely my complex nature would have been better appreciated. March 211-Civic Association Spring Formal-We dance- with quizzes on the brain. March Q6-One of those dangerous spring days. March 28-Packing, kisses, taxi, train soot, HOME. April 2-Classes again. The Facility quiz us for the good of our souls. April 44-Campus plastered with spring election posters. W!lSll day, circus and street carnival in one. VVhcrc shall I cast my profound influence? April 9-Elections. Barrett, Bloker, Cannady, and Becker. April 11-Senior court, and the Faculty repent ot' their ruthless steps on tl1e tender herbagc. Miss Dudley and Miss Carpenter star in synthetic dancing. ' April 12-Continuation' of thc court. Edith and Lewis wreck the campus in a water tournament. April 13-We have "I Love You" with the potatoes, "My Sweetheart" with the olives and "Forever" with dessert. April 25-The divine Donovan! Shared honors with lfayne in "He Who Gets Slappedf' A spcllbound audience-A thrilling play. April 28--Mirrors of the autumn. A second barbecue in the Pan Hellenic picnic. May 1-Like the merric Britons we caper--Maypolc, gam- bols, and Joy reigning supreme. May 3-Kemper band makes the wclkin ring-CThe ex- pression is intriguing, niest -ce pas?j May 10-The Juniors take the first step in the big journey. Woodzircl elected Senior president. May 12-The Juniors know how to give dances! "It Ain't Gonna Rain No More." May 20-lt's two weeks from today. I'm glad the approach to it is so busy, Stephens life at its best to the last minute, to dull the ache-VVatcr play, swimming meet, track meet, reception, C. A. Pageant, Senior Vespers, Baccalaureate, Commencement. Then we turn our back on the campus, but carry Stephens with us and lcavc our hearts behind. s . ,A dddr , 4 400 I ' Af- Gul, I 1 fn -:xi , -.. 'one OF "' X180 nomtenovs mme DNV ,N ' muon UIIIS " 'rue DNR , or NW? t NJN mwore 4 svimnan' 31 mvms P 1-nil FAGULTY l 1' ' 25 D , . UHZZ Q05 0 W1 s i C. D. 1 . 'iw MMNIL mais vm1u.sD1'WW'- 'VNU H0081 Geneve WAS " x l , A 5 .1 VV JON 1 BMT!! 1 HERE HTHSYPP-l sms gf i n 1 All S'f1mw.l1: - In Page 179 THE- HOUSE OF COURTESY 9 A "Qua1ityfFootWearf' E SHOES HOSIERY REPAIRING 806 BnoAmvAY S I-I O E S Finest Makes In Latest Styles First By L E V Y ' S EXQUISITE SILK HOSIERY S xg: 421 - :Xa AMERICAN LADY BRANDS OF CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ARE SURE TO PLEASE HASS-LIEBER GROCERY COMPANY ST. Louis, Mo. COLUMBIA FLORAL COMPANY HOME GROWN CUT FLOWERS I3 GREEN HOUSES COLUMBIA, Mo. ----W :Zo We make every effort to please and satisfy our patrons with prompt, courteous, and accur- ate service. May we have the pleasure of s1mv1NG You. CENTRAL BANK BROADNVAY A'r EIGHTH ST. .. -,.. kg, PECKS DRUG CO. IVlze1'e You Get Your Newspaper DRUGS, NEWS, KODAKS, KODAK FINISHING COMPLETE LINE OF ALL POVVDERS, ROUGE AND TOILET ATICLES X, 121 41' - LX: Page 181 V7 VJ X y some 1 fi 5 , Div NX QQQQ 74, ,,, 1 ! A 111 1 11 1 1 1 W xg, f , Siwsmmm DANCE 1 1 c.n.nmmQe, 51 57 fx 1 1 0 C I U! 111 11111 ' 4:tSeTF-EWS MIAQQUHQYADEDQNCL 1 1 'mcvuw Damcg 1 1 D lj 8 ENHANCE YOUR NATURAL CHARM wrrn DAINTY, EXCLUSIVE, BEAUTY AIDS FROM THE VIRGINIA PHARMACY 109 S. 91:11 ST. PHONE 724 113+ QI, -- W. J. PALMER BOWLING WALL PAPER, MOULDING, LUMBER CO. VVINDOVV SHADES ESTABLISHED 1865 GLASS, PAINTS, PHONE No. 2 8'r1-I 8: CHERRY VARNISHES PHONE 866 VA. BLDG. Z PE ' ' - xXx 4 Ross-KlNLocK wQMAN'S HAT SHOP EXCHANGE 11 N- 10TH ST- CAKES-CANDIES' HEMSTITCHING "NO TWO ALIKEU NOVELTIES if .....l...,g V 662399 TRANSFER AND STORAGE 'COMPANY E - LXQ Page 183 E , 4 ? K I 4 E Y n . S Q H I 4 1 1 i ?'d""' S 2 'I i Page 184 I 1 - .. ...ni Y IX I Phone "Two Sevens Oh" I. NNADKET NJC!-7 W ESTABLISHED 1893 3 I ooo BROADWAY E I x W--. N-- -- ---- -mix i I Central Missouri's oldest, largest, and most progressive music house. UPRIGI-IT, GRAND AND PLAYER PIANOS GENUINE VICTOR AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS SHEET .MUSIC-RADIO SUPPLIES Everything in Music COLUMBIA--RIOBERLY-RIEXICO'FAYE'1'TE SX' Page 185 4 X4 X1 ESTABLISHED 1902 S I D C0 N D I CT SEDALIA, MO. Wholesaler and Importer of China, Glass an Dinnerware. Factory distributors of Hotel, Restaurant and College Supplies. - For Prompt Service Write, Telegraph or Telephone and I will give you the Benefit of twenty-two years' Experience. '21 - X Page 186 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I :I I-I I I I I I I I I-I I I I-I-I-III-I-I-I-I-I.I'I-I III-I I' I' l l I I I l I. I I- I' I -I -I I I -I -I I . I ', -If Stephens gzrls '- :I , :I In had julcmnea' HARRIS -u 'I 'I :n :- -I -I I I YI- YVC bclicvc tl1ey would have given it the same congenial :- I I- lltll10S1Dl1C1'C it now has and thc same semi-priv:1cy given -- I I I- by the booths. '- I I I I: HAIIRIS, has for :1 number of years been an intinmtc I- :I part of the college lifc of most Stephens girls-thc :I I: scene of many pleasant :xfternoonsg ill'llC1'll00llS made I: I- more enjoyable by choice foods claintily served. -- l- -- U I I I I- Next year plan to cnj oy Hmnus' even more. -- -I -l I I- I I I- I I I- - I 'I . l H- Perfectzon, -- -, H A R R I s ' -. I. in -- Il- MILLARD AND SISSON - ll- Confection -- I- '- I I- - I I- - Q I I I I I- - I I- I - I - I I- '- I I IIIIII IIII IIII 'n'n'u'nn'n'ul'n'unnnmnn'n'i'u'innnn'nnnnn'n Page 187 ' Romeo ooo lunar g was one OG THE. 'CURTPAIO1 Raising BlGGE5T TRlUl'lPHS 'we wave oe HEARTS' ,X '15 QI I ff i' X X ' ' ' -nut' HND INDIHU 5Ul"lClGfk f' 3 werae Two vrifw 05L'6HTNL' .. , ,S me "Qosmio Roussos' Q ' Mosmeo Hattoweeo om. Qi. xv , I ' -. N , ll X V Wu me oe we FGLLS mos. Q Q9 enuovoma G.-JQNTS ,V--.fs J I LITTLE DUNS GWEN Tuna N'-HNl'Efl u N Curtain Raisers' Activities This year the Curtain Raisers have lived their name in every club activity. Witll the luxurious curtains which they pledged themselves to purchase for the stage of the Little Theatre for inspiration, the club has been in ccaseless activity during the year, providing entertainment for the student body. Curtain Raisers Dance, a picturesque masquerade, will be remembered as the gayest and most original social event of the autumn. Duringi the winter the club inaugurated a plan to present one act plays every few weeks in the Little Theatre. They have successfully carried their ideal through to the end of the year. The plays were well attended by Stephens theatre lovers, while the curtain fund mounted steadily. "Romeo and Juliet" proved that the Curtain Raisers are young women of gen- uine dramatic ability. This difficult presentation won commiendation not only from an enthusiastic student audience, but from University faculty members and towns people whose criticisms carry weight. The Curtain Raisers with their sponsors, Miss Helen Kingstead and Miss Jessie McCormick, deserve special recognition from the student body for the services they have done Stephens College this year, for the admirable spirit of co-operation they have shown toward other school activities, and for the fine ideals they have set up to develop the scope of dramatic art in Stephens. Page 188 Wanderers in the Night She tried the front door with. a series of impatient jerks and twists, peering anxiously through the panes in a vain effort to attract tl1e attention of someone within. The dim rooms were empty and silent. lVith an expression and dismay she hurried across the lawn to the French doors at the side. Yes, they were open! Cautiously she entered, noiselessly she sped past the stairway, around the low orange lamp, and into the conservatory. At the farther end, a dark corridor opened, turned, and was hidden in shadows. She glimpsed it and entered fearlessly. Scarcely had she gone three steps when she heard a step behind herg looking back, she fancied she saw the vague outline of a dark face as it disappeared behind the concealing folds of a heavy curtain. She accused herself bitterly. iVhat could she expect in such a place? She shivered, quickened l1er step, and, reaching the end of the corridor, grasped the knob of the high metallic door, pressed her weight upon it and, as it yielded, forced herself in a somewhat lighter passageway. High windows afforded slight glimpses of the outside world. She shuddered as she thought how long it might be before she would be out in that world again. But she must not hesitate! Crossing the open space- at the end of this second passageway she ascended tl1e steep narrow stairway, up, up, until her physical weariness had almost submerged her determination in her course. Low, weird music, coming from she knew not where, caused an undefinable de- spondency to steal over her. How 1nuel1 longer would she have to climb? How would she fare in those rooms above? At last she reached the top of the stairway. At her first step on the floor at the head of the stairs, one of thc five doors that con- fronted her, opened suddenly and a figure appeared. She cast one quick look at the person before her, made a final demand on her courage, and spoke low and brokcnly, "I'm sorry to be late, Miss Hill. I hated to come across the campus in the snow, so I came in through Main Dorm, and it took such ages to get through those pas- sages." Page 189 Campaign Week REFLECTIONS ON TIIE 19TI-I AMENDMENT No, you are wrong. It is not washday. Della exercises a far more discriminat- ing sense of aesthetic appreciation than to allow our personal aceoutrements to fly to the winds in this informal fashion. It is election day. The- yards of canvas and Indianhead blazon famous-or would-be-famous-names to the awe struck campus. The acres of vari-colored pasteboard carry messages of encouragement to the mem1 bers of Civic Association that the organization may yet steer clear of the rocks if only they cast votes for the right girl, whose merits they forthwith disclose in passionate slashes of the paint brush. In a Stephens election week we see young female Americans engaged in a characteristically American enterprise. We are the land of the free-according to the song books. We possess the right to govern ourselves, and we likewise maintain the inviolable privilege of making as much noise about it as we want to. So we paint, chalk, poster, handbill, tag and otherwise decorate this fair green campus of ours. We talk, plead, argue, denounce, gather in mass meetings, wear everybody's- tag, promise everybody that we will vote for her pet candidate.-Then in the delicious sanctity of the polls when we find ourselves alone with the ballot, the veil rent, we place our cross for the girls that we intended to vote for before the campaigning began. The home of the brave l Page 190 1 ' GX1 1 1 1 W, l I 1 1 i 1 E 1 1 1? ' 1 1. 1 11 1 E 1 i, 1 1 1 1 1 1 N1 N, 1 ff s1"m11H1E1N11s1o1P1Hrlfxfs i 1 1 1 ' " 1 .. 111111111111111111 'HHHIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllilllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIII1IIIIIIIIlll!!11II!IIIIIIII IIIIllllIIII'I'IIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII REMINISCENCES In after yenrs when the nrduous detail of college life passes away, there will remain joys und good times that will be happy last- ing impressions. Afternoons spent at JIMMIE,S listening to music that fairly rushed through your being. Dinners und afternoon lunches that warmed your heart :md made school life worth while. These are the memories that will come buck to you, ever remind- ing you of the happiest days of your life. The most wonderful hours of college days you will remember were spent at A JIMMlE'S CCLLEGE INN IIHIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllllllliIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIlllllliIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIlllIllllllllllIIIIIIiIIIIllIIiIIIIIIIIIlllllllFIIIIIIIIIill!IIIllllIiIIHlllillIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII I Illlllllllllllllll IX' sg, -:Ss Page 191 11 ,4 . I '1 .V i1 11, 121 1 l 1 1 111, 1 31 1 l l i1 1 i i l l 1 1 1 -2 1 l vii -1 1 :iii I -1 V 1. i fi 11, lii 11511 -...J Page 192 -Af -A av STYLISH sl-IQES 81 O BROADWAY . COLUMBIA, Mo. Dx- ---- -- EA I VOGUE SHOPPE EXCLUSIVE MILLINIQRY 18 SOUTII NINTII ST. , . --- 7 H. J. SELLMEYER PRODUCE CO. FRUITS, PRODUCE AND VEGETABLES ALso COMMISSION 'MERCHANTS 835 N. Timm ST. ST. Loms, Mo. A e COLUMBIA INSURANCE AND RENTAL COMPANY REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE PHONE 259 905 BnoAnwAv COLUMBIA, Mo. ,....,---T.-----. ..-- -- 4' DAN I EL BOONE TAVERN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI -.. , v, ..--.-- ...-- -- . .. 5, KODAKS MAGAZINES 'TOILET ARTICLES AT cLAYPool. FINE SHOE REPAIRING LITTLE RICD S1-1012 S1-101' 12 S. 9TH ST. CoLUMmA, Mo. 8 HITT ST, "Courtesy Always" 29 'X' Page 193 Page 194 ,.-...,.,.., , ,-.. .,mW,,,.,,,,,, ...,. WZ if H. ghg grx D 4 ,Q Ii -xx a-..-...,..-, , ..,, A... fwlfhv -n tg. ---. - ,-- -1. ...ll 1,1-i.,--... .....1..1.-T.. ! 5 A A. BUCHROEDER JEWELER STEPHENS COLLEGE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY CORDOVAN LEATHER NOVELTIES-JEWELRY Sz DIAMONDS 1015 BROADWAY P1xoN1c 704 GREEN We D0 Watch and Jewelry Repairing A -A -A 4- -- - - gi, Y Y -11' I E f' Q , A 4 A 1 Q 415 ' -A ? 9 Q eg I In ,f f -L TX! Lin, Q A NEWMAN do , L 4. 1 Q I ,S HARDWARE , Lgg ' REQ ,N . f A I RM LJQQ I -E . 5 fl 5 9 3? A O AND 1 20 1 ,.1i,p Ay s'rovE COMPANY I . I ,L .- W Y lwk I'i.27':-Lf' 'XX .L.NN' COLUMBIA'S COMPLETE '- . ' ' f'i',QQNA. HARDWARE STORE TTT- 904 BROADHVAY I FOR REAL KODAK 2 SERVICE E IV. C. KNIGIIT, Prop. O PHONE 302 ff: -" ' '-' ..-..--..........................-.-. .......,-..-.... ....f4............- Page 195 ...-.-.......--...Q-..-,.A.h-I. -g1f...L. .Y - : 1:-g-,fa-.f EDITOR'S NOTE-fl prominent nmnibcr of the farulty rccenfly :fated that the .furesl fway to affain literary rrnofwn i.r lo fwrfte one'.r "ronfe.r.fion.v." "Co11fz'J.vions" llafve rome forfward as the most popular form of :elf z'xfire.r.rion among modern lz'mpernn1en!.s. So in recognition, we offer lo our reader: ffm .foul oxperimzrcs of one of our most intcllcflual juniors, 10,1058 name, lzofwffvcr, we delirately fwiflzolrl. She present: her rz'fvelalion.v under the lille: The Fat of the Land For weeks one wavers between diverse sentiments. lVhethcr to succumb to the wiles of a mercenary advertisement and employ Rosyglo Face Clay to obtain and maintain the envied complexion of youth or to secure that elusive thing by flint of physical exertion? VVhether to dispel the curse of elephantine proportions by means of Jones Com.pany's "Non Fati' fa pill a clay takes a pound awayj or to remove the evidence of gluttouy by abstinence and faithful exercise. For a time one hopes against hope that she can be made beautiful by the simple use of Rosyglo and the daily swallowing of a Non-Fat capsule. But at last one squares ouc's chins and faces the ugly fact: beauty of face and figure does not come by magic formulae. After four weeks' religious appliance of Rosyglo, one finds the only change in the Visage to be the absence of skin upon the nose, imparting a most threadbare appear- ance to that organ, which to be modest and white and patrieian must have its full quota of outer vestment. And faithfully one has employed Non-Fat for the re- moval of obnoxious ripples Conce gentle curvesj which bid well to become generous waves and billows with the careful guidance and nourishment of Non-Fat. At last one realizes her foolhardiness, and ousts Rosyglo and Non-Fat out the window. With the removal of old delusions comes the new regime. One embraces the hope of renovation through physical effort. Health week is conveniently at hand, hikes, tennis and basketball will remove that "delicate-slip of two-hundred-pounds " lookg aye, perhaps remove the ravages of Rosyglo from her delicate, retrousse nose. .loyfully one welcomes her health card and vows perpetual subscrvience to that grasp- ing slip of paper. One rises with the sun and subjects herself with Spartan fortitude to the cold shower and setting up exercises. Inhibiting indiscreet thoughts of food, especially of the more tasty variety, one labors manfully through a program of the most violent physical exertion, couching herself Cnot without a sigh of reliefj at eight o'clock to obtain her eight hours of sleep. And this is the path to happiness! But this tragic revelation ends happily. After one week of health rule ob- servance one finds herself on the way to absolute transformation. The nose has been partially restored to its natural Ime and textulreg the third double chin has receded somewhat, and the term "walking" can once more be applied to one's method of getting from one place to another. One is remodeled in part and on her way to complete remodelization! May the health card reign forever! Page 190 i i ! i 1 6 s v A I p i ! il 1, il I1 . . i s -H, ....... ..-. -... ., . .. .. . ............-..-.. 1.----1-in-421 cifi- I l I l I 1 l .. - .,.....................-,... ..-..-..--.----.-.-.-- -------- M- -V----------A--. ---. 7 ,X,.,......- --cur 9 e i I C0lumbia's Cfzsfz Department Store TIII2 READY MADE GARNlI:ZN'l'. A most exquisitely varied ofliering of' froeks may always be found at this store. It doesn't matter what sort of' a dress you have set your heart on, we have sco1'es of' them for every day time and evening hour. Then there is the coat or suit, plain or colorful in fabric, and beautif'ully tailo1'ed. VVe know that somewhere in our collection, there is a dress, coat or suit that you will approve and want for your own. THE' SXVEATER FOR "THE OUT-OF-DOUR-GIRL." I For hiking, for golfing, for tennis, f"or the auto. Sweaters are a necessity both from the viewpoints of' service and smartness. There is an excellent as- sortment, distinetively f'ashioned, snugly wa1'm and as eolorf'ul as one desires. A COMPLETE HOSIERY XVARDROBE MAY EASILY BE' CHOSEN HERE. The heavy ribbed hose for "gym" work. The sport hose of' wool, silk and wool, or silk and lisle. Silk Hosiery: You will find that we are always equipped with the very newest shades in a wide range of' prices. TIIE SMART YOUNG VVOIVIAN CHOOSES HER GLOVES CAREFULLY. For practical or social use. For daytime or evening. In kidskins, sof"t and supple, in capeskin, fabric or suede. lVe are equipped with all these and more. THE IN'I'IIVlA'l'E CHARM OF DRAPERY WVELL CHOSEN. Draperies play an important part in making your room look "finished" and luxurious, without them a room looks rather bare. You will always find a large and Vil1'ICd assortment, 11ot at all high priced, yet really lovely in coloring and pattern. 1 THE FINAL NOTE, is the handbag and umbrella you will carry home. Dame fashion changes the stvle often. The proper selection will bestow upon your eoitume the neces- sary accessories to be correctly attircd. ' Page 197 -M--I ...........-....-.,... ...,....,.,-W-.1 4' -""""' w H'-f I- I , W,..,,,,-I..,i ,,,.,,, , ,-gfvmnmw 1 - H . in ! 2:1-.f'3H'i2".Hffi-5:3 EMI I !?'I'f. L. I, Lv -V-- ..... -.g, ,J A. E. GILBERG 8: CO. I QINCORPORATEDJ I ' THE BETTER CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS 1 I I I I PURE FRUIT PURE FRUIT JAMS JELLIES COFFEES, TEAS, GROCERS' SPECIALTIES 589 EAST ILLINOIS ST., CHICAGO ' i NVQ cuter exclusively to Frzxtcrnitics, Sororitics, Clubs and Cufctcrizms. I ' ' "r--- W- -'---- - - -42: - -- ----- - - :XI I II" YOU ARE PARTICULAR AND PREFER THE BEST I CALL STRENG'S fe The Sweetest Place in Town I I gl COLUMBIA, IVIISSOURI S DISTINCTIVE PASTRIES YVHOLESOME BRAND 1010 BROADWAY A I 1 Q ' I Q4 --CX! V gl I Page 198 T 0-9 V- I ...,........AME..-..-...-.......A , -1 . I Rcprcscntcd by C. W. GILBEIIG I , wo SST-E Pi H E. M E cw-I+-4 si W A A ca: ------' -4--H -- - V Certainly We want to do your printing, and by doing it we render you a real service. One which, when you have used it, you will appreciate all the more. J. GUY MCQUITT Note the Quality 911 A. BuoAnwAY PHONE 22-19 -2, A Y .. . -- ,.,..-, ...... ...,. 1, - ..-, ....--, . -, -,..-,g, W r L Vu HN r44i4jr4Xro2a DAVIS COAL COMPANY DEALERS IN BEST GRADES 011' ILLINOIS COAL 10 ASH Orrosrrm WAnAs1-1 DEro'r r vgngniuxngrn2scXx4XngrrXuZ1cgr4Z'1rcX: 421 '- " - "' 'VX' Page 199 Page 200 E -- -------1----+21 HFROZEN GOLD" C0lEzmr,bia-'S lf'ifmfst Iac Cream is always pnstcurizcd BIADE ONLY BY WHITE EAGLE DAIRY CO. SERVED AT THE BEST FOUNTAINS 5 ---- ----- 5---121 .1-.-,...,....-.............- .,.-- ....... .....-...--...... . .... ..-.....-. -......-.... ..-..,..,.,...,,,,., , ,.,,-,-,..- wvm--- --43, xx ff X X xx GOTHAM GOLD STRIPE HOSIERY ' X HUMMING 1511119 HOSIEEY N BLACK CAT HOSIERY XXX CI-IENEY SILKS fl- S G H FRENCHGHAMS GIN he . CCL G The Store of Standard Merchandise- VIRGINIA GLOVES y u my wh! SKINNER SILKS xfr X ,X I X MUNSINGWEAR I WARNER CORSETS ' HYLASS FACE VEILS M '11 -.- ,-- -- W, .. ...-- -,3, Page 201 ....,-..-n-v-.,...v.u-.a.-------.-- N is-has M ses can eff sf-vs fa M 3 -QM ,1 , I Your Washing Done in a Hurry N0 Muss, N0 Fuss, N0 W0r1'y. 3 4 ? l Those who use our Service do not hesitate to Trust us with their Himsiest, frilliest wearnbles because experience has taught that they can place explicit confidence in our Methods 5 I I Q M PI-ION 116 DORN-CLONEY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CC. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI 1 s 1 I ? if B' Page 202 L, an Y ,W vggxlne, , U, W sv I v 1, I. 1 x 1 xq -ee iz- s 1 1 l 5 U 9 1 I i Prints of the View Section and your i negatives are registered for future orders. WESLEY BLQACKNIORE STUDIO PHONE 35 ' 1 a l I 1 E 1 1 -- e ls: 5 Page 203' j Thoughts Whz'le Strolling on Broadway SCENE-Broadway, Columbia, Mo. IJRAMATIS 1-i+:usoNA1a-A leisurely Stephcnite, in contemplative mood. Five-forty-five and the Stephens College Parade is headed eastward. Pretty girls--some of them. They believe in keeping that school-girl complexion-the most usual method being to protect it carefully-from sun and wind and public gaze. Everyone wears a scarf'-the brighter the better. Skirts are getting shorter. Pop- corn seems to be in favor. It doesn't strain one's allowance. There's a girl with her date. Hurrying. They must be late. The men are rather inane looking. Is it the cut of their clothes, the shape of their hats, or the size of their brains? Even men are slaves to fashion. If not- why the striped bow ties? Or yellow shoes? There's a handsome fellow-six feet by the length of his shadow. "M" sweater too. Black marcel. There you have it again. Men used to have curly hair--now it is a marcel. There is a "jelly" for you. Thinks he's quite the chicken dressing. , The illustrious members of the recreation club are holding their regular after- noon session. There is a law against libel, but they can't arrest me for what I think. That was a narrow escape. They need a traflic cop on that corner. VVonder how heavy a truck wheel would feel? I wouldn't mind a tire of that twin-six half as much. If Eve yielded to an apple, how can her daughter pass by that bakery window? Calories and a short allowance aren't sufficient arguments against such tempting cream puffs. I see that the Wild and VVooly West isn't quite extinct yet. It still exists in the minds of some scenario writer. "Daring Dick Dunkard"-a six-reel Western thriller. It must be six o'oclck. The dinner crown is arriving. That couple looks bored. A nice looking woman and a young fellowg a fraternity man taking his house mother out to dinner. Those are university girls. Strange how they can be dis- tinguished from college girls so easily. They say it's in, the quantity of rouge and in the kind of clothes. But I believe it's in a difference in attitude-if you under- stand. ' I.ct's wait awhile in this restaurant. Some inner urge confirms my opinion that it is dinner hour. There are the Rev. Haushaltcr and the Rev. Smith holding a friendly conference over the dinner table., Exchanging popularity hints, perhaps. Or discussing a diffi- cult theological point, perhaps. Or just talking. Even big people have opinions about the weather. Dinner over. Let's join the crowd outside. They seem to be hurrying some- where. It is seven by the town clock. Time for the show. It is date night and the Parade Qhalf' masculine this timej is headed show-ward. Page 204 BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES THE MISSOURI STORE COLUMBIA, MISSOURI Page 205 3 1 1 1 1, 11 1 1 1 1 11 1? 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 117ww V ' wwf Wf 1 1 YA 1 14- 1-1111-11 ENgSO-PH 11 f 1 W 1-if if 1 11 E1 1 1 1 W 1 11 111 jj 1 111 1 I 111 SV: 11 111 1 11 ' : l X . 1 ' 1 1 Q, 111 3 1 '1 1 4 I: 1 1 1 . 1 1 113 N 1 1 1 1 fx' 1 lg ' 1 I 1 I, K. 1 , 1 1 11 V1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 L J 1 1 lx fl 1 1 I 11 ii 5 Ti 1' 7 Page 206 If 1 X 151 1 5 13 1 f 11,...,.,.-1,,, M. ,,,,, .,,,.,., 1,111..,, . .W1,..,., ..W.,.-..,.....,..,..,-,,...u...w...............-.-..., w.1--Md CURLING IRONS SMOOTHING IRONS JOHN L. PLATT ELECTRIC SHOP 17 S. 9111 ST. PI-IONE 829 BOUDOIR LAMPS ELECTRIC GRILLS - - -f Q Our store affords all the opportunity of the city with :x large selection of pretty ready-to-wcni' :md millincry. YVE SPECIALIZE IN BISCHOF AND PRINTZESS SUITS AND COATS W , gif? 1 X224 Q4 ' I - 'QW 31 f A fl X v Y Q or w :I ff 1 Aj A I f' S , Q ,, ' ' if L ,173 - 4 Im fi 'ei 1 ',. :'p,,. m . . .. -. . I WOLFF -BERGER CO.. - -:Xt Page 207 m--- .-.- ..,..-,......,..V. ry ,Y I J 1 x , . I g- A u.....e......-.....,,-.-,...................... uma... X 7 4121 -- :Xp Why It Pays To Trade At HOPPER-POLLARD DRUG CO. Our store is only one of the 110,000 drug stores in the U. S. but 10,000 of these stores are banded together for the purpose of buying and man- ufacturing the very finest of Drug Store goods and are known ns thc REXALL STORES. Each one of those 10,000 has the some buying power as the whole. Our store is one of the 10,000-that's why it pays to SCOTTS BOOK SHOP BOOKS, STATIONERY AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 920 BROADXVAY trade here. SEDALIA COLUMBIA THE REXALL STORE Nmmnxf OHM 907 BROADWVAY COLUMBIA, Mo. I D, 1 v ,v .. -- X Q' Xp E V I I i LlNDSEY'S BOSWELL'S JEWELRY SILVERWARE DRY GOODS AND CUT GLASS READY-TO-WEAR NOVELTIES 1007-1009 BROADWAY GIFTS THAT LAST 918 BROADWAY A PHONE 58 g AO :xo fx: - Us I age 208 I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I - af-- "SAY IT IVITH FLOWERS" BERNARD ' 'THE FLORIST " CUT FLOWERS FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS DECORATIONS PI-IoNI-: 2121 12 N. 9'rII ST. YZ' V ' 19: I.- I Fon EASY BAKING USE H-P FLOUR Fon SATISFACTION Usm RED RING POULTRY FEEDS BOONE COUNTY M ILLING CO. PHONE 9 FINE STATIONERY For Men and 'Women TI-IE FINEST NVIIITING PAPER BIADE PRINTING EMBOSSING STEEL DYE ENGRAVERS HERALD STATESMAN PUB. CO. GOLDMAN, INC. 910-12-1-I BROADWAY COLUMBIA, RIISSOURI LADIES READY-TO-WEAR DRY GOODS AND I MILLINERY ,E VIRGINIA BLDG. I COLUMBIA, Mo. I ' 421 X Vs- Ig: Page 209 Page 210 ---- -Y Y McALLlSTER'S MARKET ' 10'r11 ANU BROADWAY LUNCH GOODS OF ALI, KINDS McALLlSTER'S CAFETERIA 9'1'II A ND Cumnuv IVhere You Get The Blast Of The Best For The Lenstu Tomorr0w's Shoe Styles Today BnoAmvAv AT EIGIITII fY'f'1"' II'xf'II"'Y .-.. .. JU. '.n. IRIGPAIRING ?i' ""' I I S' Page 211 W , ...A. ZSTEPHPENSOPHIAT x I L-, -- The Old Maroon and Gold Oh, to Stephens, dearest Stephens, Our thoughts will ever turn: On thy altars, Alma Mater, The fires shall ever burn. And all thy dearest memories Our hearts will sacred hold: We pledge our true allegiance To the old Maroon and Gold. Through the busy days of striving, Midst the laughter sand the tears, Day by day our hearts are learning To conquer all their fears. And when the tasks are ended, And when our lives grow old, More fondly shall we Dove thee- Love the old Maroon and Gold. To achievement, joy, and gonquest Our steps we onward bend, But our gayest, gnavest moments Fond thoughts to thee will lend: We'll never cease to love thee. And, as thy fame is told, We'll stand steadfast and loyal To the old Maroon and Gold. Page 212 YQQQBXY '5 gyms ru suv SH x Now And Tomorrow- The Esrics-PAn1cs Swonu is and will be Cohunbin's "House of Fash- ion." Serlsonnhlc visits to A1nerie:1's principal markets of clevelopinents in won1en's YVCJII' that nmrk the HdVflllCC of fashion. Because of' this Stephens girls have umdc this their shopping center for their apparel and toilet wants for :1 number of yours. The I'ls'1'l4:s-PARKS S'ron1c takes this opportunity to thank the girls of Stephens for their post patronage and assure you of our eo-operation :it all times. EvE1w'r1nNG IN WOBIENYS WEAR ESTES-PARKS The House of Fashion 1 Y '75 o For The Ladies 1fU1,L LINE P1-1o1f:N1X HOSE SXVEATIARS AND SWEATER v11s'1's VICTOR BARTH CLOTHING CO. -- -- 121 Page 213 Z :XJ Page 214 Buddha Ma Faen No stairway of stone or lof marble Lined by pillars and wayside shrines, But moss covered steps of nature Neath an arch of living pines, Lead up to the gwates of the temple On the summit of mountain Ma Faen. Thru the trees shines the roof of the temple, Golden and indigo blue, And the graceful native spires Reflecting the shy's bright huej As the wayfarer climbs to the temple On the top rof the hallowed Ma Faen. A hymn both of joy and sadness From thousands of feathered throats With cradenzas of whispering wind, Fills the air with celestial notes And lightens the heart of the pilgrim To the shrine of the Buddha Ma Faen. 'There in the brass paved courtyard Neath a tapestryfs graceful fold On a base carved and studded with emenalds An image of yellow gold, With godlihe and kindly smile Sits enthrbned the Buddha Ma Faen. He hears the prayers of the people For rain and a bountiful cropg He guards the rivers and valleys From his plvace on the mountain topj Everiwatchful, the god of his people Is the gilded Buddha Ma Faen. -HELENA Roos The Perfect Peace World peace! How can it come to pass When every day in human hearts Two forces are at war, And right contends with wrong for mastery In struggles grim where hate would conquer love - L And prejudice dwarf social brotherhood? World peace! That balm of .suffering nations drenched in blood! O haste the day! But hrst proclaim the era blest, of perfect peace of mind. -Donomx-rv KNAPPENBERGER X - - 121' 47 REED BOOT SHOP 11 N. 10'rx-I ST. MISSES AND LADIES SHOES EXCLUSIVE 1 Pmcms REASONABLF YOU WILL FIND THE BEST GROCERIES AT NOWELLS 'iff JANOUSEK ART SHOP GREETING CARDS EIISSOURI ST14:P1-mNs PILLOWS-PENNANTS VIRGINIA BLDG. - :Xa 5 I 1 I I PARSON VSISTERS BEAUTY PARLOR , - PHONE 795 mos BROADWAY ' Page 215 .21 :XJ- M-M--If E I 541 :Ns L31 r-Es F5 CD 2-4 Q .mf"'W"'M'U kg: -.. - A Y DE, V I I 37 V 41:1ff1:a3r1Er1XrQ-5. COLUMBIA PRINTING COMPANY COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING COLUMBIA, MISSOURI TELEPHONE 431 GUITAR BUILDING Vai: rguffnfwfi-QNX: 1 0 , fa, - ---- , , an A - Yi IKLQZHYIIEQ: 'Z' i "Mother, May We Have More?" CENTRAL DAIRY ICE CREAM Y E +xfEE - Es, Page 216 TABLE COMFORTS LIKE MOTIVIER USED To MAKE Ii' 'U E 'H M' A X .. W K 5' A Q 1 au f' W F . if-is if ' 4 X-'.e1g1f:-gszg 5 I 'TiI'jEmiI:'l7!7l:l wi A EVERY THING Fon A DELICIOUS LUNCH INCLUDING JERSEY MAID AND VASSAR MILK CI-IOCOLATES ... A 4, - if F featuring WEARING APPAREL AND MILLINERY For "THE COLLEGE MISS" LIAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS Mnrinello Beauty Parlors in Connection 'XS Page 217 Page 218 For THE BEST OF SERVICE Ami BEST OF CARS- PHONE 491 Prompt service at all hours. Special at- tention to out of town trips. Hire a car and drive it yourself. Cadillac-Buick- Hudson-Studebaker-Dodge. We hire only the Best of drivers-both clean and courteous. 491 X .. . ..., .. .-.,- X, cX1 X., ' "Mother, May We Have More?" CENTRAL DAIRY ICE CREAM :Xa azz: ,xr :Zn THE . . Lzsten Gzrls: INGLENOOK SHOP W t t l 'tll 705 RIISSOURI AVENUE C wan 0 Supp y you W1 groceries for y ou r "special feeds." Our phone number is When you Want Stationery 2075 we deliver anywhere. of finest quality embossed witl1 Fraternity crest o r College s e :1 1 THE JACKSON GROCERY INGLENOOK SHOP Across the street from Western Union office n 11 S. 8TH ST. Nowadays zts "The Inglenoolcu 'Xff li' 'XM fX' Page 220 , !"L I ..--,.-... .-.V-H-fu X ' 1' 1 - ' ...,..,,I 4, , - ...., ..... S4 OX BOONE COUNTY NATIONAL BANK RESOURCES 392,000,000 FIRST NATIONAL BANK ESTABLISHED IN MISSOURI R. B. PRICE PRESIDENT V41 rx: Z - -- G2 MAIN BUILDING AND OF1"ICE-114Q8--1'10 WEST BROADWAY NEXT TO M., K. SL T. STATION P1-IONE 19fL in - 3, Page 221 The Step-hen's Last Cackle They say Mary is a human dynamo. Yeah, everything she has on is charged. W andpa Cafter 40 minute conversationj -Hello, Central--Can't I get a better line? Central Cwho has heard most of itl- What's the matter with the one you've got? Marge Scott-Girls, I was so thrilled that my very gloves were suede with emotion! Miss White Qassigning lesson?-And you willl takd parsenic, and finish the chapter. With such a good job you ought to be fired with enthusiasm! That's the trouble. I just was. Isabelle-Have you read tha.t book on the coal strike? Helen Jane-No, what is it? Isabelle-"If Winter Comes." LOST-A fountain pen by a young woman filled with green ink. Leila-It's so slippery outside that I've got to wear a chain on my watch. Small boy fsightseeing in YVashing- tonj-Pa, when do we get to see the red tape? He Cteaching her to drivej-In case of emergency the first thing to do is to put on the brakes. Martha Elson-Why, I thought they came with the car! It must be great to be an actor in a Chinese theatre where you can't forget your queue. Page 222 The first glimpse of gray dawn crept between the heavy curtain. All was still. The figure lying beneath the warm com- forts was motionless. Suddenly she stirred in her slumbers and awakened with a shuddering start. What power had thus snatched her from that restful oblivion? Realization swept away the mists of sleep, She remem- bered. Her l1our had come. The mo- ment that she had anticipated with cold soul-freezing dread was upon her, and she must make the decision. She groaned. Why did she have to iight the old battle with conscience over again? She had steeled herself to meet it, but now that it was here, could she face it, with the in- domitable spirit that had characterized her of old? For an awful second her determination wavered between the easy course, with its dire consequences and- this other. She shivered--Then laughed, a hollow can't"-she spat teeth. "I can't. even to hope-" mirthless, laugh. "I out between clenched Why was I so blind But strangely she no longer even cared- there remained only to still that clamor- ous reminder of her promise that tor- mented her spirit. She dropped weakly backg from beneath her pillow she drew an obj ect which glittered strangely in the eeries dawn, gazing at it with fascina- tion and loathing. With a quick manip- ulation she turned off' the alarm clock and crawled beneathe the covers. "Hang soci," she moaned. Ovicm-IEARD AT Hixmus' University Man-I hear that Stephens College is a matchmaking institution. Lewis-Yes, we furnish the heads and the University furnishes the sticks. Backward, turn baclmvvard, 0 Time in thy crawl, And give me the cuts That I squandered last fall. V 2 xg- p egim . .X we ,X.x Q mg Aix it sg " f,,, , w . ' 9' 1' 155 5:11:73 'i 7 .1 H , ,P va' if I X . l ' MILLINERY HOSIERY Ci A to Q GLOVES 2 MEI IY HAT SHOP BROADWAY AT HITT ' PHONE 936 "Climb The Steps Ami Save IVIO'ney" ' 9 pl , Tri WI I America s Largest 'Will lWf'55 Distributors In l'f"l'i1 Illlll Km of No. 10 Canned U Lylagzm Q' 'W Goods 47 I H -Lsnwfin-"j,, X I If ' ull , ' - 1 I , .ll ..n'-uw. 1. 21-'W' 1 , " 14,5 A7'.'2.7f1,e'- - :E ' t A A Q r--r Q5 . ,mf ilmwvgwnnterx, A 1 in ' EIA .,. Jlrih X lf'-llilifmlt . :If N. like Iiuiwwg fi 4 , .A Adfgjiiau -J E ,YNNN ',E,ig:x3li:1-V is ' 4, f . ws ,Ag .1 , V ilfill? gig if Qi: Q . "" 1E A 'V ilvix in Q "' l rim' -xllhl lv' ' ' l :lm l crucpul JOHN SBX1' IH! OR forty years the leading specialists in supplying the institutional table. Cur- rent price list on request. John Sexton 8 Company Wholesale Grocers .. Chicago Branches at Strategic Shipping Points .21 if Page 223 X1 THE TWO BEST PLACES TO EAT i HOME A Amo THE BROADMORE INN Con. 10TIr Sz BROADWAY L. T. DORGAN, Prop Q1 - IZL - STOWE PHARMACY Szzrcessors to Gilman-Dorsey DRUGS CANDY TOILETS ARTICLES Pr-roNE,49 914- BROADWA 'X1 QX1 - .. 1 THE TAVERN DRUG STORE Visit Our Fountain Where Friend Meets Friend EVERYTHING NEW IN TOILET SUNDRIES by A QX1 ' E DISINFECTANTS-LIQUID SOAP SANITARY SPECIALTIES Quality Tells-specify VESTAL VESTAL CHEMICAL CO. 215 PINE STREET, ST. Louis, Mo. 'Sl Page 224 up X' GIFTS FOR THE FOLKS AT HOME COLUMBIA'S LEADING GIFT sHoP With a complete assortment of gifts for every mem- ber of the family. We specialize in Furniture and home furnishings of the best quality and made by America's leading Fur- niture Makers. We furnished Columbia, Wood and South Hall for Stephens College. , A visit to our store will be a treat. We invite you to see it at all times. PARKER FURNITURE CO. l 1 1 X X l Page 2 Page 226 'iff 19 CONSOLIDATED TH EATRES KARSTETER Sz WOODS, Mens. Ol'EIiATlNG THE HALL AND COLUMBIA THEATRES Presenting the best motion pictures at all times. We appreciate your patronage X :ia X '21 DAILY TRIBUNE Boone County's leading newspaper. Goes to 1000 more families in Columbia than any other city daily newspaper, five times circulation of any other city daily or rural routes. Leased wire association press serviec. Full market reports. All local news. In Columbia 584.00 a year-Outside Columbia 33.00. X 'X' 2 4? EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK Will appreciate your business whether your account be large or small. Give as a trial. tg if Page 227 Page 228 J PARSONS PORTRAITS EMPI-IASIZE PERSONALITY THE COLONIAL MAID Posed by Annie Sue Tucker YOUR PORTRAIT should be more than a mere picture. True photography is more than skin deep. PARSONS portraits are personal- ity portraits-and PARSONS patrons are al- ways' satisfied patrons. TAHE PARSONS sfrumo J .-,ga Page 229 t I IX llllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllHHIlIlllIlllIIllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllHWHIIIIIVIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllIlIllIIIHIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlilIllllllllllllllllllllllHillIIIIIllHIlIllllIIIlllllllllllIHIIIIlllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllHllllllIIHHHillHIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllUHIIIIIHHL The Sfeplzefis eeem' fs Ceiizfzkiezieg T IS A RECORD of growing patronage I and of satisfied customers. It covers a half 'century of business experience-with twen- ty years of specialization in college publica- tions. The best testimony of efficient service rendered by the E. W. STEPHENS COMPANY is found in the superior products of the STEPH- ENS, press. The Company's long and success- ful business record is a convincing guarantee of satisfaction to its patrons. The E. W. 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