Stephens College - Stephensophia Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

 - Class of 1926

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IV, bp . y , 441 . 4, 3 A, r 1 -r -1 bs , n . , , , , fbzfim., .. V 3 .L 5 1 V Erzglzslf JAMES MADISON VVOOD, A.B., B.S., A.M. President Page 21 P-ge 22 E. WV. STEPHENS, AB, AM, LLD President Board of Curators , . . ,. Y .Mn ,,, .T,ut,mMk r-lryd IZ' H X an V - f-.A.1--.-,.1..re.-,-.,.-.....,-......,,,,. K ,, ., ,HHN ' ' .. . .. 4 - F- ---" ' v-f:- ---f- V-W---N Y.-.4-..,, , NMYU -,cm N-N1 l , . 1 A 1 1 x 1 N Y 1 1 I u-.W DR. XTVERRETT CHARTERS DR J J OPIQENHUMER D I R I INC or of wean! Dean of the Faculty i I L A BURRALL PEARL BE.-XUCHAMP JESSE OG N ' g . , Direftor of Relzgzous Educaizon Pr0f4'550f Uf M1112 'A ' +A" W ' 4 - -- ...X-K-:Q-in-.f.--...-.........-Sv-HM ..1fm......M.,-A-,.. , .- ,...- ..,,M....z,....,.....,,11Q., , - -f Page 23 I 1 I 1 X .41 DR. KENNETH I. BROWN Professor of Biblical Literature ERNEST LINCOLN Cox Professor of Voice Page 24 THEODOSIA TUCKER CALLOWAY Professor of Wlatlzematics GENEVA DRxNKwATER Professor of History ,, ,-. Y,,f..-1.-...Q.,. v--w --vi-...f ..-'f.4- M-r-?f,,.-,..f..,,.,,-..,..u.fm..M.-. .,.,..,,.-W ,, M., ,...,, , .. A4--ln... x..,,...-,.w,h., ,m...,.---1--H .. Q .f , ..,L..-A ......,..-44 5 DR. LOUISE DUDLEY Professor of English 3 i BASIL D. GAUNTLETT Dean of Dlusic w i 5 5 3 1 K 1, 4 W1 5 VVILMA D. HAYNES Prnfafyxor of Physical Edz GRACE PEMBERTON zcatiorz Profeysor of Edufatzon J i Q Page 25 , . -, .,... ...-J. ,J , ,,,,.,,,-.,-.- .1,.............,-,-.... .,,....... ,..v......-. .....x-..,.... V- .--,.,A,,-M--N - - - - H., . -4 W-1--..1.w--.-....A...-.-..,.w,,,,..-A,-x.-.1 VM 4 ,M uh-K .,,e:,,.A:.:.., -V4-Q.-qv-f1......p-vf . Nm., ,,,,,A,,.L ..,,, ,.h..,,,-,x....., ,. 1-.fv-.f..n.Q9-.fam 1.1.-1 K r I v A 1 3 W l I 1 3 3 4 1 Y i - z I l 1 i I 1 E E r 4 E . i A 4 I w 3 1 1 1 x r I w 'f , 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 I i I I I I I I I II II I II II I, ,, I. I. I3 II I K Instructor in Bass and R Page 26 MARIANNE WHITAKER Professor of French HELEN I. ANDERSON Instructor in Art I FRANCIS ANTOINE IRENE BOYER ggd Inyffumgnfs Instructor in Expression "G""'2"P1'2-fl -H--fr-sau:-.rsusv-,vu-Q ',a-pain, ,, , . .v nf .fm in-. --4 ,Q-eg-...L-M.a.y,f-Sw-s.,--.V .......-..,.,.,..,...- -.,.,,,.m.,,.M. .E M., . .-...,..... ..,-Y ..,...,..,,,, 'rw' I VN MARJORIE CARPENTER HELEN CRAXVFORD Instructor in Latin Instrucior in Botany .,. ,,,, ,, , , E s R 1 1 1 3 1 L 1 1 i 1 l 1 I E I w 1 w . N I S , s KAXTHERINE FARRAH MARY CREW q Q Instruftor of Vozfe Instructor in English Page 27 H '- 'f -"A ' --' f 1 duy- Wm W, ,d,M,,,,,,,,,,,,,., -.-W..M-,E-wf1.i.f.-.fu A om , A, ,,.,,,, -,W :r,...-:.f,-,.-.fmq::Q.....1...,.,,,,:f..-::.w1--.--ffl.-.E-,,, , v-.. V -"- V---1 MAYMIE GIESSING RUTH GOODSMITH Instructor in Piano Instructor 271 Plano G A PATIENCE HAGGARD . NELL L Instructor zn En lisfz IE EE HOLT ,ge 25' g Instructor in English E ' 1 E V I . v 4 i ,, L., AI-IDA HURTUBISE MARY VVINSTON JONES 171-'ffufwf 171 E7l8l1-'ll Instruftor in Secretarial Ilforle Z1 7' MZ Y , E f, i i .Mg , . ' , x , , i 1 A ,, , , , Lf , ,, .. . n MARGUERITENJUDD ' , b J' KYB Imtrurtor in Phys. Educalmfl Pfmflfaf of Hlgh Sdlool Dept' - .V ,- - .. , , . . Y-.. ,..-. .,-.,,..,.,,...,.,.,..........-,,...,.A..........f i Y-- A i Y: -.-:.:a1:3a-up .1-.f,,- -Af MT I Q V Q 2 i L 5 E 1 X 5 r 3 1 A 1 i I. 1 2 5 3 1 I 4 5 Q 1 I r 'll i Q 5 l 2 4 l 3 P4gfM...2Q,,,u , .M N. ,,.-.,..- ,f.,-,mf-W., ,..v:.r-Awf-.-,L-f-h --fv-. - -,M- - -- Y ' ' ---v 1 EVELYN LARSON VALBORG LELAND . - ' 7' I Instructor zn Clothzng Instructor zn 7201.11 . .....A or - ' I E ELLA SUE Instructor in Education Instructor in Home Economics Page 30 LEMMON DOROTHY LOGAN 9-rf ,L ,.,1,, - g-...Q iw, ,',f.N,,.,-,....,f - --azq.--A-1 -,Q-,Ml.,,.. w:L?1f L....., M.-... 1 fvfa..:,1Qf-xg-f .,.W.fY, x-,A.,, , - ----- -V-11-4.3-gl. .-.f.-.m,.-fga,ki,......--- -- . 5 1 . " 1' 1 -1 11 ,Q-1 A--1-W wvvv. 1 ..,.... . ..,, ,. .,., ., , M ,1 X , -1 1 LYCIA M.-XRTIN MARY MCK.AY Instrurtor in Education Instructor in Social Sfience ESTALENE PACE Imfrwmr in Plano Instructor zrz Latzn J Ouvm NOEL Inge gi ,M-:.1uw..-Manx 1 1 1 1 5 i "'M?i1 w ',. 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L r 0 2 5 Q K F s 7 Q I E i E Z i 3 Ei 1. 1, 5 Y 4 E E w - J We 'i ,L :I v Q H, +I 'I X f :V i w 1 w ? i M 1 4 Wi U gf 11 E I E Y Ii 3? S 1 L 5 F f 5 5 5 5 r A , -w x .,.A..j 1 DOROTHY PROCTOR FRANCES RUML 171-99115107 171 food-V Instruftor in Economics 4 EARCY ALLENE SMITH LAURA S Injimfmr in Engfijh Compogfjgn Instructor of Renflz Page 33 rs ""-' f s ELIZABETH STOCKTON MOLLIE G. WHITE Instructor in Spanish Instructor in Chemistry N VY W , EVA MAE XVEING.ARDIN Instructor in Piano 'IIMMIE GUNN Assistant in Dean's Off-Zag Page 34 'ii' If-W ff' A .M,,..,,, H, Wg ' ,,,,...--- I ,. ., A ,M , . I I , IT: II ,-4-bm I I ' 'J Inf: A', Q f fx? E545 III , I' I .. I-I 72 I . Is, I:'Ig 'ni 11.4 , I " I" :Ii I3 I 5 'I j,' 5' H .rf ' I . 'jx I:-I IIE III? 454 wk: Ig: IQII I I Il II :fi I EMI . I I x . - . I III IIQ , . III 'I. III Ig .II II: I f.I I I I 1 I III ,I III! if I III III IQII V ' II ' :JI1 IZII . VII I III IUV - E. lx, II I I I' II 1 5 II III I I - I I ' 'I Ix ,My I I , I , IJ? I I I I I I I I I I I I ARDENIA CHAPMAN H, S, VVALTER Q gy College FIOJIEJS Sglffetafy I f - , I- I I I I , I I: I If I VH I' I III 1 I lx! I IE, I III I I I , I -I I I I I I I , , E , ,II 1:55, I if II. I V II ,557 I I QI I E1 I I ' IJQI , E I" I I I.. ILE? I MII I EI ,I I I , Ii. 13 Iwi I Ilia MI il? I az! II, Z I, I. II ' I , III V5 . ,-5 IIS QI? 1 I III I?-I I 3:31 ' I 392, 'I I I Q I s Ivy K, I ' 'Q XII 'I I ..., 5 Q. H Lbizf n A - . 3 , , 1 I II Mf w. ..MM...-, ., , , I, WMI I 1 H I 1 , I -I Q' I ELIZABETH COURTNEY STELLA HAGAN I I I I I Assistant Sefrelary Biff-Ulf J I III 108635 :Ii III I al I I , ,. , ,. - . . ? ! lm..-.-Mx. W-f,-. - ,f,-- H f Y Y E W A Y H -www kv - A V v 1 1 N., ,I ,I , I Q.1..Q.u.L,..'.L..,Lf,Q,QLm..-, - I.,.,..k ...,.m,.,,...,.,,..m.... ,. 0, I,,,Q,.... HELEN PRocToR DoRcAs LINDSEY Secretary of Religious Department Nurse' ' Page 36 RUTH BOGART Catalog Librarian FRANK NEWTON -. , ,J f,-.Q,. ..- ..ff',. N.. 1. ..-W... .....,-,.-Q.-.....-...Q-A.-.-.q.-s..... M- -.Y Ln.--0 -nw..-.......,--, -..-..,,...n,.f...m-..,-ia? ....-M ,. ngfz-,T -1-Q, fy - .. ..- W- ,H-.., H... .-...-.....--.....,f.,-......v..f.,..4...,.,,-.-....MK,.... Y..-,. ,,..,....,..,. .. ,A W. ......,--- ., V Y. F KATHRYN NEVVTON ELLA HOLT 7 . wx, iQ'rHLYN HOPKINS DR. J. E. THORNTON College 1,11-',L1.fil'fH7Z 5 5 1 r I 1 1 1 i 1 i i J ! s . J E J Page 37 Page 38 THE OLD MAROON AND GOLD Oh, to Stephens, dearest Stephens, Our thoughts will ever turng On thy altars, Alma Mater, The fires shall ever burn, And all thy dearest mem'ries I Our hearts will sacred hold, We pledge our true allegiance To the old lVIaroon and Gold Through the busysdays of striving, Midst the la.ughter and the tears Day by day our hearts are learning To conquer all our fears, And when the tasks are ended, And when our lives grow old, More fondly shall we lo-ve thee, And the old Maroon ,and Gold. To achievement, joy, and conquest - Our steps we onward bend, But our gayest, bravest moments We'll never cease to love thee And, as they fame is told, We,ll stand steadfast and loyal To the -old Maroon and Gold i 'F ond thoughts to thee will lend, .7-Xhminiztrzxtinn 9 r .M 5 s .4 I .- ,H ey. F 'f . . .J"'?'::jLx , V If., .Q U . '52 N V V ,. ,J 3 uf , ,gui an '. ,V 'wah , vu- . A .,,n . 1.. L ml- -. ', an A' u 1 1- J E A A , g ' 553 Q ff , , ,. ,,,. 4 5 , - ,Q 'iv ..x .,, nu.. J.. fa, .,. ,f'v. ,2. I .4. K .f sk- :Q lg-4 . fm qu, 1,1 B.. Q . 4. . , .Li, Q.. -K v. ,,f i ?,,,,... .. xg, "',,,, Q nv 4, - l 1 I , Q74 3, gl.. ,, E 1 ., .fu , 7.3, , . 4 -.2 -,, , ' : "X V , A , f . ,nm u Q , ., . - ,- ' I f .,,ffNwr. -,, ,W U V ,K L'-an A , K" . V, - ' . V , ' 4,fm5,1' A' A A , ,P 1 , ., ,, 1" M" ' 1 A I 1 . - 4 .. 1.57.1 1 V--. ii., L If - - ' 1- 'Y V is if g ' ,-.5 5 f J! 3 wr xM,, aw I 1 :MEX uw 5 , I 1 I I K I ,,. , t ' A 5 v . if . "'j. 'A' sf . ' .,,jv9"'-Q V vw-1 ' I ,la L ' x' f . ' J , A gr l ,H wr 'N 4' , ,. 1 . a 1 ,Q X -. ms. ,' Q ,, 'F ,. Q, A 3. V .. 1 " V ' .- .E ' x ' ,Q A ,pi . ., Q, L' . , f - f" 1.4 1 1 4 , . l ' H ,,,.- .. ., . if K' ' 1. . I , W. f X f Xxx X X X . 1 'X' ff. 1 , ,M , 4 ' ' -3 I' H ' Q L, fs A. 4, 4 1 . ' Y 11? N , LEYVINE H'OEFER Civic A ssocifatiovz President. J., v,-. 5,-.-.-v.L,.-W -wrvmk-. ..,-, , N .. W .rw Page Mgr 1 V l A O 955 19 V i K W' ,-iijfuifyf! Q Qajf O 5 1 , f i Q , I Lf'-f'k"f i 1.155 MMV + 'D i A ' 'f K N J 'fx A Y5-.J-f 1 Q O gg J,-f:",Ti , Q2 i W' ., Xgxff O ' W. 1 'xx 4 Qigij-.fkf Q Yl.,.j"j-A I L - J' - K ' if 1 -X' 1 N 1 -,., 1 -,F Y Y I V k'.j,. dj' E 'n?XY'X Page 42 Top ROW: DEIS, TIGNER, HOEFER. Second Row: STANLEY, DIITCHELL. Third Row: ROBINSON, JOYCE, LAIN . ..,...... ...Y..,,,,, V - V -A -. YW . . . ,.L-.-Y- -fw L.. -U --w-w--1- WM..-...W . ,L--. ,Life , ,TW V . . ,, ,,,, , ,YH W, , ,, AL, , .-. , H. ,.,, ,.,.,.-......r.,, ,,,,. ,.. ......-.ww im-Kw,wma . Y ...-.1 .,.. --..Y ..,.-., ,-...W--.-..m.-. ,,,, ff- Y CIVIC ASSOCIATION President ------ ..... L EYVINE HOEFER V500-PT6Sid6nf --- --- LESLIE LEE TIGNER SeC"f'tU".U ------ -- PTAZEL BIITCHELL Tfeflsufef' --- ..... NONA JOYCE SPOWSO7' ---- - - --- --- Miss WHITE A Stephens girl becomes a citizen of a miniature country as soon as she enters school. The people of this small country-or the student body-automatically become members of an organization called Civic Association. As in any form of government there must be an executive body. This executive body is called Cabinet and consists of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer of the Association, and the president of the four large divisions of the college: Student Government Division, Student Activity Board, Religious Activity Division, and the Pan Hellenic Council. Every organization on the campus comes under the jurisdiction of one of these divisions with Civic Association actinfr as the controlling 25 centralizing body. The duties of the officers are varied and numerous. The President presides over all Cabinet and mass meetings. She also fills all of the intellectual and social re- quirements of any president. The Vice-President presides over Legislature Ca body composed of members of cabinet and a representative from each group of twenty or twenty-five girls on the campusj. She is also responsible for group meetings and in the absence of the President she acts as student chairman. Q The secretary of the Association, besides recording accurate m.inutes, is super- visor of the Census Bureau. The Census Bureau records all activities and points due the girls. No girl can hold more than fifteen points. In this way leadership abilities are brought out in many girls rather than a few. The Treasurer keeps books as any good treasurer does and in addition acts as chairman of the Social Engagement Comnmittee. This committee plans for all meetings and social activities of the various organizations on the campus. Each girl has direct knowledge of and participation in the government of the school through group meetings. To these group meetings girls can take any sug- gestions or constructive ideas they may have for student laws-from the group these suggestions are taken by the leader to Legislature-from Legislature they pass to Cabinet-from Cabinet to the Administrative Board. Before a student law can be put into effect it must be passed by Legislature, the groups, and then ac- cepted by the student body as a whole in mass meetings. Mass meetings, or student assemblies are held once a week. At these meetings each girl is again brought in touch with the ideals and problems of Civic Association. The Association maintains high ideals for the student body and for the student leaders. Loyal school spirit, high standards of scholarship, and sincere friendli- ness and cooperation are fostered. Then a knowledge of leadership and the or- ganization of government is developed in its members-thus making mfore intelligent citizens of girls who graduate from Stephens. Page 42 ...,.......,...,...,h....,..-.....-. ,.. .... .,............f,..a..,.....c.....,..,..f..,....., Y , f... ,.....-......L,-.-..-..,...,....m L..,..,.f.... -. 2 -. , ..... .,..,,........... wi , -,.,.,. .,...,..,., .,........,...., ...av ..,. .....,.,.,.,........-.,......,.,.......L.....,.,.... . .M-,...9. ,,.,. Y, ... ,- ... i......-.,, N... ...- ...L ..-W -Y -.-- - --iz. an-uwgmr-f.Q::,..., A:f::fsf,q.1- . fi-1 . ..e .. 55:11 --W-.1---e-2:21. .F--.:..4..a LEGISLATURE Chairman ,,,,,.-. ........ ............ L E SLIE LEE TIGNER It is through Legislature that the actual democracy of Stephens is made most evident. Through the small fortnightly group meetings which it sponsors the students are given opportunities to express themselves and to demonstrate individ- ual abilityg to discuss the laws and government of Civic Association and 'to make suggestions as to the advisability of future legislation. The leaders of these small groups are the members of Legislature and repre- sent the individual groups there. Legislature meets once every two weeks, in con- junction with the members of the Civic Association Cabinet, with the Vice-President of Civic Association acting as chairman. The members of Legislative must have all the qualifications of good leaders- cooperation and friendliness, combined with coo-l common sense and farsighteid judgment. They must be vitall interested ' th ' ' d y in e1r in ividual group as well as in the efficient functioning of Legislature as a unit. This year the special problem of Legislature has been how to help the new Stephens girl to the best and most rapid adjustment of herself and her ideals to the new and slightly bewildering environment which college suddenly thrusts upon her. Page 44 I ' ' "" :lli:'ailnl"""' 'W VOORHEIS ROBINSON SMITH GUYMORE STUDENT GOVERNMENT DIVISION OIFFICERS P1'0Sid6'Hf ------ ---.......... - --MILDIIED ROBINSON ViC6-PT6Sid6nt ....- ........ ..,. ,,,-- - N LELLE SMITH S60T6ffl1'y ----- ---------. - - ---VIRGINIA VOORIIEIS TTGIISUTCT -- ----------- -- ----- - DOLORES GUYMORE The Student Government Division this year has had as its aim the closer cooperation of that judicial body and the students of the school. It has attempted to reach this end by including more members in its organi- zation. For this purpose, the -Street Committee and the House Organization have been worked Over. The House Manager and the Chairman of the House Committee are new additions to the House Organization. The Street Committee was organized to include fifteen girls, three from each hall. A Junior, a Senior, and an Academ from each dormitory was chosen. From this group was organized an Executive Committee consisting of two Seniors, two Juniors, and an Academ, one of these from each hall. , The actual sessions of Council have been characterized by an open-minded at- Inosphere that was conducive to fair and just decisions. Besides a routine of hear- ing cases and inflicting penalties, it has tried to give each girl as a member of the student body, a sense of personal responsibility. VVhen cooperation between S. G. D. and the student body becomes so strong as to obviate the need for a court of trial, the ambition of the Council this year will have been fulfilled. Page 45 I 'M .GI I I ..---,f,- 1-.nf , . - 1, -, WH., ,-,A-, ., , ,. ., .. W flfrw- -- --f STUDENT ACTIVITY BOARD. Each club, including honorary sororities, sends a representative to serve On the board, the primary duties of which are: to define the aims and functions of the various organizationsg to indicate a proposed program for each for the purpose of establishing a precedent for student activities on the campusg to supervise all ac- tivities and to exercise intermediary control over organizations in regard to time and place of meeting and special stuntsg to specify methods for the maintenance of Certain standardsg to foster or reject new organizationsg to visit each club at least once during the year and grade each according to set standardsg and to sponsor at least one student stunt. OFFICERS President ..................... ........ E LIZABETH STANLEY Vice-President ......-.............. ---IRENE MEINERSHAGEN , S601'61fa?'y ----..--...-.-... - .......-......... MARION COOKE TVWLSWGT ----------........ .......... M ILDRED LIENWEBBER SPONSO1' ----------------- -----.-.-........ - -LYCIA .NIARTIN ROLL CELESTE ABINGTON BERNADINE BOWNE MARION COOKE MARY GORDON HELEN HALL EDITH HASNER ALICE HOYES GRACE JONES MILDRED LEINWVEBER IRENE MEINERSHAGEN VIVIEN NOEL . VIRGINIA POLLOCK HOPE ROECKER MARY L. STALKER ELIZABETH STANLEY MARY STUART MARION SPENCER Page 46 -W.- , Y, .,..,... L........... ra TUCK LAIN BOYD p ETUE RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY DIVISION OFFICERS Q President --------------------...-.. ..... K ATHRYN LAIN VICE-PT6Sidenf -- ......., ,,,, ---- VAYDEN TUCK Secretary ................,, ,,.., -,-- H QE LEN BOYD Treasurer ..................-.-..,...-----,, -- NELLE ETUE R. A. D. is the student organization which sponsors and encourage-s the spiritual side of campus life. Although its existence numbers' only three years, the Religious Activity Division has established itself firmly in the Stephens system of government. Its aim of personal service and spiritual development is the basis of the influence of R. A. D. A This division is a composite organization of the religious groups which functio-n on the Stephens campus. Chief of these is Y. W. Ci. A. with its cabinet made up of R. A. D. officers and the committee chairmen. These committees are: finance, whose duty is securing and collecting the Y. W. C. A. pledges made by faculty and studentsg the program committee who plan and conduct vesper services twice a monthg the publicity committee, who miake posters for any department that may need themg the tea room comsrnittee, who have charge of the management of the tea roomg the membership committee who solicit members and collect duesg the social service com- mittee, whose duties are collecting and dispensing old clothes, and sending flowers to girls in the infirmaryg the social committee who are in charge of all social functions of Y. W. C. A. There is also the Big Sister Movement which is sponsored by Y. W. C. A. R. A. D., having proven itself, is steadily working toward its high aim of the development of the spiritual by personal service to every girl on Stephens campus. Page 47 he . t' '- - be .. 1 l . . Y 41ninililld H I Ir..- - L --1711 'mr 1 President , ---- ,...,., ..., D o ROTHY DEIS Vice-President --- .......-.. LUCY MERCER u Secretary ,,-- ,,,, ,-............ K A THLEEN FOUNTAIN Treasurer --- -- .... --L- ..... ...... E UNICE PARKER Sponsor .,-,,.......... - -- - -- Miss STOCKTCN The organization of Pan Hellenic Council exists on the campus for the purpose of granting charters to new sororities and conducting the policies and activities of sororities. Pan Hellenic Council is composed of one representative from each of the ten social sororities. It governs all inter-sorority matters 5 regulates rushing, appli- cation, and pledging. The ranking of the sororities in scholarship is made public at the end of each six weeks. This helps to promote better scholarship of sorority girls. H Pan Hellenic Council has established a loan fund this year for the purpose of helping some girl to go on to school. -Charters have been granted by Pan Hellenic Council to two new sororities, namely: Omega Psi and Beta Sigma Beta. Pa W 45 7 Q 4-Lim ffh7'iA XXXX XXXNX 5 5 llmm I V' S Q A-,X 8 . P-':m'rrrv'1 F- ,uf -J n- 1' ' ,Nfl -."N"i.- 5 "W ff? f yy. 2-K 'U ' --aff W " x!'f' i l '21 '. ?""' '.f'.l!MHHu' If Z1 . 1 E f ,W JWMYM Q lli11f1nfw --ff-I i JIM 4 'ff""" Gmxmx xy N bl SN NWN ,Q 1 Qin 1 Ill ix! lusses -.4 W ii f. v Q ' K -.xx X vw- 'YK A., ... ,., .4 Wikdz w-Af K1- 'iff' 5, X, 1 1" -. ,ea-Q 1 i-'vvninrn FRIEDE COOKE HOUGHTON 'WILLIAMS SENIOR CLASS ' president --------,- --,,,.,,-..,..... , .... L UCILLE FRIEDE Vice President ----.-- ,,,, ....... IN I AXINE YVILLIAMS Secretary-Treasurer .... -- DOROTHEA HOUGHTON S. Al. B. Representative --- ..... 4--- MARION COOKE Spam-or ----,,,-,,,,.-,....-............ Miss PEMBERTON In order to accomplish its task inherited through faith, and to help carry on the great Spirit of Stephens, the Class of Twenty-six chose as its purpose two of the Ten Ideals: "Honesty in word and deed," and "Willingness to discipline one- self to do the disagreeable task." The greatest contributions made by the class during two years were the con- stitutions written for both the Junior and Senior classes. J I The class established prestige as well as authority at the beginning of the year by means of a Senior Courtkconducted for the welfare of those as yet un- initiated and uncivilized but well meaning trespassers belonging to the Junior Class and Faculty. In connection with the court, a permanent police force with shining stars was maintained during the "Give the Grass a Chance" campaign. In athletic achievements the Seniors tied with the Juniors in hockey, but met with brilliant success in basketball. Social functions of the year began with a Senior breakfast for the Juniors on Thanksgiving morning. Later in the year followed participation in the S. A. B. Carnival with a Gypsy Carnival Dance, the Senior Steak Fry, the Senior Play, Mary the Third", and a formal tea for the faculty, students, and commencement guests on the last Sunday of the year. The last events of the year were exclusively class affairs, Class Day exercises, and the Senior vespers. The Class of Twenty-six has left these things, with its ideals, to the classes following after, with the hope that in future years they may return to the old 'Maroon and Gold to find each loved tradition revered and each ideal living on. J. Pfje 50 - ..,.......- - Z.-fi.-gm, f---ai. GERALDINE Aocas, 1' A fb Okmulgee, Oklahoma Home Economics Club, J. L. XV. V., President Home Economics Club. LYZETTE ANDERSON, Holt, Mio. Hui Beta Steppo, Y. XV. C. A., J. L. W. V. MYRTLE MAURINE AKERS, E 1' I' Cardell, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Book Club, J. L. VV. V. MIILDRED ANDERSON, 1' A 'P Belton, Mio. Home Economics Club, A. A., Y. W. C. A., Treasurer Gamma Delta Phi, J. L. VV. V. HELEN AMUNDSON, ' 522 S. Frisco, Tulsa, Oklahoma MlABEL BALLENGER, ISOI Paris Road, Columrbia, Mo. J. L. W. V. JANE ANDERSON, fi' 9 K, A P A 223 W. State St., Clarinda, Iowa Book Club, President Book Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. VIVIAN BARKER, Z M E Delno Apt., No. 2, VVinf1eld, Kansas Y. VV. C. A., Pres. Zeta Mu Epsilon. - V F R...a........1,-.M-..n.f...M.-...y.....,v,-....'-.a.......-.-e...,., il Y l Page 51 I 1+ il li i. 5 l i 1 l s l 2 i R A A L a Tl . E 1 . 2 l . f :lf Q ll E V 1 4, ' ' 5 ., ll 4 ll . i i 1 . l '1 l 6 1 1 l 'A 5 . mx, , 4 4 is ' I " f 41,i,..4,..3e.. . .,. x A v - 1 J i ,. ....,. . .-...-.4i W ...,-,..-....,..4 ,. , F m bl. fill ilu l' r il .Q . l ' """"' "" ' " "' ' P ' ' .,,.,.,,,,..v.e......vf...,......-,..1-q,---v....,.--!- , .- - 2,-W, ...W-, , ,,.,,... . - . -.f.... ..,, Aww-'Cslgg ' A-4111-4.. KWL. fl l Page 52 VIRGINIA BARTLEY, A P A Duncan, Oklahoma Y. W. A., Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Secretary Delta Rho Al- pha. ALLENE BEEGLE, 9 T E Alva, Oklahoma Book Club, J. L. W. V., Y. YV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, -Vice President Book Club, Business Mlanager Stephensophia. RUTH BEALE, Z M E 2616 Penn St., St. Joseph, Miissouri Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., A. A., Grail Board. BERNICE BENDER, Z M E 419 Nelbraska Avenue, Holton, Kansas Hypatia Hlexagon, Y. W'. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Treasurer Zeta Mu Epsilon. CLARA BEARDSLEE, H T F, 115 9 K 411 W. Swan Ave., Webster Groves, Missouri French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A. A., President Burrall Bible Class, Vice Presi- dent Eta Upsilon Gamma, Hockey Team, President French Club. ELIZABETH BENNETT, Green Ridge, Missouri Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Legis- lature. MARIETTA BEASLEY, K A fb Poteau, Oklahoma Y. VV. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. FRANCES BERKEMEYER, E E E, A P A II3I Dover Place, St. Louis, Missouri Latin Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta SWPP0, Duckling, President Latin Club, Vice Pres. Delta Rho Alpha. I I 3 15 I I E I I TI l I I I I i I l I fl ll Il I l 4 I I I I I I I l I 'I I I l ,l' Il 'I I ,I IE gi .5 I I II ii ill It fl ,Q YI EI 23 I I Y , Es. X. I ,, I I I E I 5 l 5 I I I mga .-...r I, , , , L..-...:,.,..fA - ..FIT-..,..........,......,.-......,- A.. , ..N. ,.,.A.............-.,.....-...-......,. ....-....- W-. , ...A,,,., I . .,..-.,..--..,-..-.,,.,,..,., If ALMA BIEBER, Salina, Kansas BERNADINE BOVVNE B Z O 216 E. Maple Avenue, Ottumwa, Iowa Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., Hli Beta Steppo, S. A. B. CLEORAH BIRD, Miaysville, Mlissouri J. L. W. V., Hypatia Hexagon, Vice Pres. H-ypatia Hexagon. HIELEN BoYD, 2 I X 415 Boulevard, Enid, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club, Life Saver, Sec. R. A. D. FRANCES BLACKBURN, fr: o K, A qw, H fr r 457 Hjawthorne Ave., Webster Groves, Mo. French Club, A. A., Y. W. C. A., C'urtain Raisers, J. L. W. V., President J. L. W. V. BETTY FRANCES BRASHER, Orrick, Missouri A. A., Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. WV. V., Glee Club. MARY BYRD BOULWARE, E I' F, H T I' Monroe City, Mo. Glee Club, Legislature, Jazz Or- chestra, J. L. W. V., Y. VVl. C. A., Treasurer Eta Upsilon Gam- ma. MAXINE BREUEL, 104 4th Ave., Nebraska City, Neb. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Stepp0, J. L. W. V., Curtain Raisers, A, A., Legislature. I I Page 53 I I I. IlI I I I I I lf ill I I I III II I l , I I X. II I I I I I I I I I I .Lb I III If Il Il II W, Il Il .I I A , 'lI: Ill, II, , , ,M I III KI b, Ii l? ,I I 'I II, I IX Il 5 I 4, II l. .W li II II ,, 1? 1 li 5I I ll II il El I lr IS H : I VI ,. .I 'I it 5. JI tl I? ,, 7 2 I f. I I., . II J l X W . a .I . Q! 47, " .I A he B E ' 'f...-.v f ' W J. ,L , . -1 - f .f V--2--H-f-W ff- f---fd--MW" ' ' 1' , V t l -. i -4 V4 wgm-A , .1 .Y L-W ff' - fi-saiff ' A 'I ,Lf k i , .I i v. W . -1 a. A ,NYY - .v 'sf .VW if ,p I . , '-- W J A I' l V. V A K-nf A .1 ' K- Z , . g. ,R M .. , . . My I, 4, ' L 1 f, JI I l J i-ff I ELLEN JANE-'BRoADWAY, 1 M A, l Route 6, if , , If Independence, Mo. If D, ,J J. L. W. v., -Y. W..,ef A. ,f nful bfi! ,- EwfELYNfCALDwELL, E I X B-iflford., Apts., ' j Paris, Ik-ixas ..j"'K A., Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. - - C..kAA.,' Hi Beta Steppo, Vice , Pres. Sigma Iota Chi. ELIZABETH DAFFAN BROWN, A fb, Z M E 1390 Ash Street, Denver, Colorado , Siorores Arvales, Hi Beta Steppo, , Y. W. C. A., Legislature, Grail Board, Standard Board, Vice Pres. Sorores Arvales, Vice Pres. Zeta Mlu Epsilon. RUTH CARHART, 1616 Bass Avenue, Columbia, Missouri v VIRGINIA BROWN, 111 I9 K, A fb, H TI 214 Adams, Jefferson Ci y, Miss Y.VV'.C..A..,Snd Board. LYCE C MBER 9 K, E I X Ad ' n, 'ss ' v, . , Hypat H .z on, 5 ,NX . i eta St po, Home ig J E no' lub, J . .- ., 3 XX, Art ub Pan enic. l if X BELLE BURN ly Appelton i -Issour' Home Economics lub, Isla- ture, Hi Beta Steppo, J, , NV, V, . Sl ELLEN CHEESMAN, . ' 9X -J 822 East College , 1" S-hreveport, 'i5i',y gf J. L. W. v. 'ffjj ,,,,,f' .ffhugjfr xii. I 'I , t E 4 . I HY W milf, Y-Y -Y I Y if , EL7. ..,.g.:. .-- 4---A -Ar' -...V.e-.iv,.. - -, . Y ' ' ' X . Cs: .J ' Q 'Lf , 1 .Lf ' 1 pf, A, , ,,--Cf1,.,,, ' 'V f I ,I ' .2 N., 10" 2- vig, ,pf I , R. , ci I l' , -f c . 1 Page 54 L IX. Y, ruff, 1 JMM! l ,I .--'-,N UI,-1' N 'LV VW it fi J' .VI J jf li, p UN I . fQN-lQ:lffQf.:..'i..i' . 'Nflff i"""""" ' "" "'2""-""f-f"'--Y'-'N ----I---------MNA.-N Xi I...t:,i.,M.,,-,.-Mm, e---eW-'-1-W- -eee A -fii ...... " 'J' -:LZ-P-ii:-Qifli-ilffiQll:f.Ill1il',ffI7f11l E'?"fTi""?"M' " r"""-M 1- H52--we--R -A---X... .-.. .,..w.--..,,,,, , A R' 'ii W' ""2f""J'iq:imiv i' ' " E l . A t If 1.1 it '- ,, 1 'K I1 P' DOROTHY CHENEY, E I' F, H 'I' I' 792 S. National Ave., Ft. Scott, Kansas A. lA., Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Ralsers, Y. W. C. A., Sextette, Jazz Orchestra. HELEN GREGON COE, A P A 1001 S. 3rd St., Burlington, Iowa I. L. VV. V., Y. Wl. C. A. lVEARJORIE CHEYNEY, 9 T E Glenwood, ,Iowa J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. GENEVA COLLEY, 312 S. Wood, Hominy, Okla. I. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppo. FRANC M'AR1E CLARK, 9 T E 213 W. Wisconsin, Russell, Kansas Y. VVl. C. A., A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Jazz Or- chestra, Vice Pres. Theta Tau Epsilon. lVliARION COOKE, CP fl' fb Allerton, Iowa Hki Beta Steppo, A. A., Life Saver, Hockey Team, J. L. W. V., Sec. S. A. B. RUTH CLARK, Iberia, Missouri Home Economics Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MAYMIE CRXSSMAN, 2 I X 0 309 Mloiffett St., ,KJQ A lg w.. St. Joseph, Ml0. A Hli Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. ---M A L - -...........-.,... s....,.......,.........-.........t.........-.... ....-- , -. A - .,.....A....-M...-f--an I . I Y . . is , ft , 1 , I . 4-vw. l ...f A I 1- I . L, P 1 ' aft I fx, 1 I ,f f , H ,1 'fy nl." I 'R 'gimp' QW-J fi' XJ, jii. P I ' UP. I e x , PT ' "... 4 1' , .4 rf' la- X 'X ' x 1 ll ff N .1 , .aw -J 1 - gm. . -x 2 1,13 V if . U fi An. ,el , J 1 ww 1. i f rl! .Lui l 9 I ,' w I ge -55 , 5 , x , f ,ze f.-, , A ts A W, W.. f I wi A L A l JL I r LW 'K lv 4 ii T, f , ' x, ' " S L 5 A K' . ,L ' -f. -ir' 'Y iw. 3 vm '1 N' l I I Page 56 RUTH VVlARREN CROUCH, H T I' 1579 Elm Avenue, - Long Beach, California A. A., Y. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, Home Economics, J. L. W. V. lVBADALEINE DAVIS, A II7 S. National Ave., Ft. Scott, Kansas Hockey Team, J. L. W. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. HJELEN CROWE, A P A Excelsior Springs, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, I. L. W. V. MARIE DECKER, I' R428 Marion Avef., VVlebster Groves, Mlo. PA V-, A-:IJ A. A., Hlome Economics Club, Legislature, Art Club. DOROTHY CUMMINGS, CID 9 K . Springdale, Arkansas A. A., Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hypatia Hexagon. ALBERTA ANN DRINKWATER, B E O 314 E. Commercial St., Charleston, Mb. E J. L. W. V. FREDA DAVIES, E 1' F, Z M E Miadison, Nebraska 4 Glee Club, Hfi Beta Steppo, ALICE DRYDEN, 515 N. 15th St., Clarinda, Iowa A Y -- . M - -f-2. . . ...A .A.........f.-a.....,..-...--1...-W-.-. NANCY KATE DUCKETT, H T 1' 522 S. Elm St., Hope, Arkansas Y. W. C. A., H9i Beta Steppo, Life Saver, Hockey Team, J. L. W. V., Jazz Orchestra, A. A., Basketball Team.. ELIZABETH EVANS, B E 0 Armstrong, Mo. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. VV. V. f ELITH MAE DUNN, 9 T E 129 S. Main, Burlington, Iowa Y. W. C. A., Book Club, J. L. W. V., Curtain Raisers, Presi- dent Theta Tau Epsilon. CONCHITA FARQUAR, fb fb -111 Fredericktown, Mo. Hlypatia Hexagon, Hockey Team, Legislature. A HJELEN EASTLAND, H T 1' 1800 West Park Place, Oklahoma City, Okla. J. L. V., Hii Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Sec. Eta Upsilon Gamma, Pres. Curtain Raisers. SARAH FERRAL, Albuquerque, N. M. Book Club, Y. W. CLAA., J. L. W. V., A. A., s. G. D. A NELL ETUE, Lees Summitt, Mo. J. L. W. V., Home Economics, Y. W. C. A., Y. W. A., Sec't R A. D. KATHLEEN FOUNTAIN, ' f1veK,zr1',KAf1w I33I E. xoth, Tulsa, Oklahoma J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Quartet, Y. W. CL A., Sec't. Pan Hlellenic. .wg aww. .,.. , . . 1-....a........,-....w....-,-.--.--.N A-av-an-an-ng. "i"'T""""""'S"""'l ..,...,,-......, , Page 57 P 1:1 1. fl .,. Q.'w ll' i I 4 Ililln slr 3.1, Wil' 1. ll' .. T li .1 W F1 Q. ,, 33,1 -'x 1 l i,,. l "1 1 w 1 l 1. w is ll il l 31' l .,i T, i T l -..a-,..............., ... - N. ... - . . .,v.,,H.-.--.......-...a...........-Q-f ' ' "'T:""' W ' ' ,YW,,,6,,,.,,,,.,:,Y,.,,,x,.,,-, ,,.,.-.,, ,.... 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V., Hi Beta steppo, l. 1 3 Senior Class President. 1' ' ' j 1 X' 'lg X NLLL GRAY, L if 5 Minden, Louisiana ' ll Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, , Q J. L. VV. V., Home Economics F 5 A if if Club. S ll f i L l 1 Q 1 If - HI ll is WLHUE4 UHR, H, l if I. . . iBQie,fwH96!" ' l Q, gi: . net, J. L. W. f 1, I ,s - 1 ll ,',,4,,.,,' fU"""'1 A . . .fi "V - My lr l- if DOLORES GUYMAN, K A fb 5, 174 S. 12th St., Bethany, Missouri , . li A 5 Y. W. C. A., Hi Betta Steppo, ii fi y A. A., Glee Club, J. L. W. V., 5, Sextette, Treasurer S. G. D. . l r 1 A i fi ly ELIZABETH GILL, B 23 0 i El A if l 3620 Paseo Boulevard, 'Q i i Kansas City, Missouri I3 ,' i Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, ,lg ll r. ,lf J. L. W. V., Pres. Y. W. A. ' ' i 1 l ll 4 ll ' l ll 1 3 BERENICE HALL, 9 T E W 821 High Street, i 5 5 jelferson City, Mo. , i ' Home Economics Club, Cur- I i l tain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, il if L J. L. W. V., Y. W. Cy A. A 19 M I MARY ALEVIA GORDON, 5 " , .- - A fb, 2 I X 5 . J D , l Independence, Mo. ,if ,fl i I 3 S. A. B., French Club, I. L. W. ll' i Q V., Standard Board, Treasurer 3 ,fi ., , A ll i - sigma Iota Chi. lvl . 'W x I ,X 1' H 1 Q ELLA FRANCES HiALL, B E O LU AML A' ' H , I Sunny Slope, , E l .-,L Lqi' Hannibal, Mo. MW 1.12 pi' A, Treasurer Beta Sigma Omicron. 'fl' l' . ' A . filff- . .. l 5.117 'riff' -Cu l ill "fi lk lj:-7 A bidili V I iff A if L S- .i I 9 U 4 ' A I 4. X l ,li L E 58 l I l A fiffzfl Q' .X I F-iffiliwg"'TTBllVZL.Qlg.1.Qg.Qi.i1g111Tjj1ij11ijQjijfijgjgjjjjlgjjhjjjj,A- -A eeee A- , ..,, .5.QQ... A " mf' YJsv-'Mm1-A--A-A-:r4.'IZ::t111:.'.::W" ""' e:.i1gg -'M-M-------A -A ,,.,,,.,..,,!,,.,,,-. Ku.. ' ' "" Ml J I rl J, i 1 r w ' 41 .. A ' K ' I f f l ,f .5 MJ as L if L fi" X " ,wie A L .Y ff-ff -If - A ' . H A if ire" gf'--if-P age A-ffflfffaw . S ZgIji,,gQifQ,,Lgf,Q ,,,, ,i, g gi-g,,g.,.,,,g. . M A R ilfff-19,5-f A A A A M- L... ...W A......-M-, i ik N I F l 'HCP' ' ' A E' 'W fffff 4- -.- . v--v 4 - n?vff'H3-7-' ' 11 fj if 1 A A fr' A A , ii l HIELEN HALL E I X 1 lil + 1 i x 1 . , X i Q. W. X - I i ll fr' . U 3 1 gl' Q I 'MY 'r ! 'T , , J' aa, -'flNA,,J l . s X. M ,tl il V if ,J . ." ' 1 Signal Hill, E. St. Louis, 111. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. WV. V., Sec't. A. A., S. A. B. VIOLET HARDTNER, H T F 1808 Jackson Ave., Alexandria, La. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, President Eta Upsilon Gamma, A. A. EUNICE HAMMER, fl' ff' fb Washington, Iowa Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., President Phi, Phi Phi. FRANCES LILLIAN HARRIS, CP 9 K Newbern, Tennessee Hlypatia Hexagon, J. L. W. V., Legislature, Y. W. C. A. BERTA WELLS HAMMETT, H T F .R. F. D. No. I, Shreveport, Louisiana Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W.- V., Y. W. C. A., A. A. MURIEL HARRIS, Herrington, Kansas FRANCES HlARD1E, A P A 726 N. Green St., Ottumwa, Iowa Art Club, J. L. W. V., Legis- lature, Tres. Delta Rho Alpha, Treasurer Art Club. F,.Q5'- .fe K . EDITH HASNER, E I X Y 474 Big Bend R0ad,,, A 9-A ., Webster Groves, Mo. 4d,4fh5-?"" Y. W. C. A., A. A., Legislature, if S. A- B- 2. li l : ,L Q l . ,X Page 59 ll I M Y, MY, V-Y-H H W rbwrr rv Wt., nL.,,,,,.,,,,..,... ..,.,,,L -..V .-.......,w.f.......,--4----1 .,.. I L.-L,,N,L, -... . Y- v ...L....-. A. .,,..,......... .... -.......,.-..,,,....-v. E..-...AM -.....-.NL-.A - . L J-- ff., i 1 Mer. .:..-.,,.L,1. .. 5- .,' ff.: N--'--W ff,-uf-'ef---H ff f .. , .,A-.-..,-1.1.---:L ' M ..Qigf...,.W L I v-Wh . ,. ,LEA ,gp-4--1.-rpn-. .. ..panY..."' f W Z I . ff' A GJ yn' ywfaaef . YH lbx , 1 H lyk i JM U I 0 1:11 Y, i V ,Quin V, F' F C A CQ -..L-... Qgffi' sf' A UK'-if s' ELIZABETH HENNIGER, 2 I X yvx ' I423 W. Broadway, V of yy Enid, Oklahoma tj' Y. W. C. A., Book C'lub, Art Club, French Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, May Queen. '3 LEWINE HOEFER, 4? 9 K, E I X . win 4, 11" A of 'Mb Page 60 Hiigginsville, Mo. President C. Ag., Book 'Club, Y. W. C. A., I. L. W. V. lV1lARY HlENSCHELL, 2 I X 3236 Euclid Ave., Kansas City, Missouri Y. Wl C. A., Ai. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. MARJORIE HOOKER, Dixon, Missouri Y VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, J. L. W. V. LOUISE HIETT, 119 9 K, 9 T E Malvern, Iowa A. A., Y. W. C. A., Glee Club, Hfypatia Hiexago-n, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Basketball Team, Editor in Chief Stephen- sophia, Big Sister. THELMA HloovER, Z M E Olathe, Kansas Y. VV. A., Art Club. ROSALIE HILL, H T 1' 217 VVest 8th St., - Ofklahoma City, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Quartet, Curtain Raisers, Vice Pres. Hi Beta Steppo. KATHRYN Hl0STETTER, 9 T E VVlellsville, Kansas Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C'. A., Hockey Team, Baskeltball Team, A. A.. Y. W. C. A. cobioof, J. L. W. V. I 1 f 'Tw ' Af ,- ' I 1 . if ,if o I v 7 J W' I um , . o in ' f I I at 1 , ' - if . 4 Y Ll - . .WW -..mln 7 .. J . f A , 1 f 32 or Lil rin 3. 46 .gf . . ... J! 'x '1 5 -3 1 .i i 3 l l 1 1-'f Al B . ' I I , A A ' . . l 'N 'L F 1, 1 ag ' fl lx l I ! X l' 'L f' fr 9 K ' l li 'A 'ug .xi n 'Q il l S 1 i " 1- , 4. ., iv l - l J M- 4-WJ-.. -. .. . .--.-V.-Y-A ' 1 .4 , -1- ll , f L, 6 VVVV H f , ' I7 Q . ,-- -if 9-rw A f -W. . .Y Aa ,LA L. - , . . . v'-"metro -f'- I-J f --5-we--H' f -fl -. -Lf..fI1i.1?jiffjf'fvAifrif 'Y f-uf" A --. .-Jax..- .V 1, 394- .. .ge - ,fs . V - f . Y.. .-- ,- .-L.,7.....-.....--...-... LL... -....-.....- ' , If """"'r"""r--W-r 'ff'--M-1--M A-fl-1-wr-WW-,..1-,. f ...f.-...-...-, -.----..-.-.....,..L....e " z ' ,f x . ,I - it . J if li' v' ' . f A I fr , .fa V. 1 DOROTHEA HOUGHTON, A fb, E I X - U gO2 VVest M'ain Ave., , , ,--' , 'Enid, Oklahoma . ' ! A. A., Book Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., l Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., Sec't Treas. Senior Class, Stand- ard Board. VIRGINIA GERALDINE JACKSON, 4332 Rochill Road, Kansas City, Mo. French Club, J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppo. ' WWAVE HOWELL, Houston, Missouri I. L. VV. V. ANNA MAE JOHNSON, Fairview, Okla. Hii Beta Steppo, 1 " A A ALXCE ELEANOR HoYEs, ' 835 Lincoln St., Topeka, Kansas - Latin Club, Y. VV. C. A., J. L. VV. V., Curtain Raisers, Legisla- ture, S. A. B., Hli Beta Steppo. CLARA JOHNSON, - E I' I' A Trenton, Mo. Hli Beta Steppo, J. L. VV. V., Y. VV. C. A. 1 'L HELEN HUMMEL, 1318 Anthony Street, Columbia, Missouri FRANCES SADIE JOHNSON, Craig, Missouri Y. W. C. A., Hii Beta Steppo, i A. A., J. L. W. V. Il' il . iv . , , 1 LQV1- V can-L::',,-J, '-Af-.2-..-' z-W :f H ' A - fg :f"'M" , ' 'im' """e""""'f ""'W'j"""""P'. V'---+1-w--v-g4- A -N-'4-W-L14--.--1-rg?--,....--..--.,.,p---....-.,f.p--A-v-.--.,-----.-.-f,.A..,,f...- A.. ,I , ' .16 ' ' 1 1 f ' J E s E E 3 Page 61 'l .f in 1, ,,. S. 3 . l ,. .,. tl il li 4 l - Q f , v l i - fr-V-,W . .lm ..-,- - fl f I , A 1 I If X: I I 1 A If It f X i ' l 4, I. Q . , I l 1 I. f J f J r ,f , -V f A ' 9 ,,' 3.1 311111 I -M,-1 'W . 4 -I ff -1 - Z! - - W- ,P S ,J-I l-. 'v 1 .-AAN, 1 if ' I 1 f ,n,:',., 1, 4-..-'WH' 7 1 if , f I . 4 rr V .x"'fj:fx'. .1-,Wig ii.--1.3 4' 11. 1, , 1 ',,L -1' L 5.1 .A , 'ff W2 tg I Vg' .,, I I H l l Prize 62 ef GRACE JONES, P3 I X 3304 IE. roth St., Kansas Clity, Mo. Art Club, Y. Wl. C. A., Hli Beta Steppo, S. A. B., J. L. W. V., Legislature. HELEN LOUISE KLIE, - fb 9 K, K A dv 720 N. 24th St., E. St. Louis, Ill. Y. W. C. A., Latin Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Hypatia Hexagon. Tres. Kappa Delta Phi, J. L. W. V. NIONA THOMAS JOYCE, B E 0 Raytlo-wn, MO. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hlockey Team, J. L. W. V., A. A., Senior Cheer Leader, Treas- urer C. A. BERNICE KURRUS, A P A 1464 College Ave., E. St. Louis, Ill. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Pres. Hji Beta Steppo, Basketball Team, Hockey Team. MABEL KENNEDY, Brookfield, MO., J. L. VV'. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. KATHRYN LA1N, K A 111, fb 9 K I624 S. Madison, Tulsa, Okla. V . Pres. R. A. D., Y. W. C. A., Hli Beta Steppo, Hockey Team, J. L. W. V. EDNA IEANNE KISTLER, E I X 6732 Cleveland, Kansas Ciity, Mo. Home Economics Club, Y. ,W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Vice Pres. Hbme Economics Club. EUNICE LAMSON, db 9 K, H T 1' Neosha, Mb. Y. W. C. A., Art Club. , 5 1 ll ,i mt. p., 'W . ffju ,W '1 I 'I ls l I . I ll .I ,I l HI - U 1 v'-fir I -fi .. '-IJI4. ky Q 14.41 LJ1 .V N 'I' SI T- lg.- ., 4.1 '-'J..4.c1.I,I.. . ,. , , df fK :Nil ' 'wi-XA I I If q I-IA J". .. .. ,. ,tniwg :Rc JM.,-i..a,,1, ,, 'Lug' e . , I I , . , I , I l Y l I 1 l 'l i I I 2. I? Q, i ' I M ,, I ' ll Q . Y, . 5 , L VIRGINIA LAWS, E I' F, K A cp 718 N. 18th St., Ft. Smith, Arkansas Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., French Club. CHARLOTTE LOEST, King City, Mo., J. L. VV. V., Legislature. MIILDRED LEINVVEBER fb o K, 2 I X Lees Summit, M.of., Y Hypatia Hexagon, Y. VV. C. A., J. L. W. V., Tres. S. A. B. LUCILLE LOEST, King City, MD. A. A., J. L. W. V. MARNA LELAND, 'T' 9 K, 2 I X Kenyon, M'innesota A. A., Basketball Team, Hockey Team. iVlARY RUTH LOFFUTS, 'I' fb T 207 Woodlawn, ' Burlington, Iowa Hli Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. ETHEL LIM-BIRD, A P A 417 W. Cedar Street, Olathe, Kansas Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., A. A., Pan Hellenic, Legisla- ture. MARTHA LUCKIE, 4' III3 Paris Road, Columbia, Mo., Curtain Raisers. V W i-.xy V-w,..H..2,.:V.,....... .W I E . I I I A A e-- A. 9 K A. ....1.-.-,.......,,...-......,..,..,-A--.,.........A... .-.....,.-....c...wf,.....-.... Page 63 .I 3! l l 1 l I I It 4' . . ,E I 11.1" ,,,,,h-,,,,,, ,,, ,,,. ,,,..,,J 5 I , .,,.-.-.,.,,.--..--.,.,.....,-f , I 'l I Yi in-M ::nWa-'u,A,A,,,w,.7.,,,.. ,.,.. -.,..,, .V . . .. .. .,,.. C... ....,..,...,.. .....,,,..f,,,....,,, , .,,.M,.-,,......4I QL,L,,iL....,,,,,W,,w,m . L.,,,,,....,.,.., .. e.-..-.f--ff f 1-H-eeeeffe eiejgg-'Y : gig,-,.,..-. 1.-.We . .-'M-N-A-A -.f..- .Af-www-wget-ff--H Y - ,Ln . . ,,,, :,,-,.- W -umm , "' "" 'iimiiu SIBYL NECCLAIN, 1201 Mat. Scott, Lawton, Oklahoma GERTRUDE ELLEN NLANN, 3715 Garner Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Book Club, J. L. W. V., Sec't Book Club. AMONA MCKELVY, A fb, E I X 811 N. 3rd, Atchinson, Kansas Book Club, Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Standard Board. EVELYN MARTIN, A fi' Garrettsville, Ohio A. A., Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Grail Staff, ,Sec't. Tres. Delta P'hi, Standard Board. HELEN NDCLEOD, Palmyra, Mlisso-uri J. L. W. V., H'ypatia Hlexagon. MARJORIE MASON, E 1' F, K A CID Sapulpa, Oklahoma French Club, A. A., Y. Wi C. A., Vice Pres. Kappa Delta Phi. ANNA MANGELSDORF, CID 111 lib 713 Sante Fe St., Atchison, Kansas Legislature, I. L. W. V., A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Sec't. Phi Phi Phi. , ZELIA MATHIESON, K A 112 Bosworth, Mo. Home Economics- Club, J. L, VV, V., Secretary Kappa Delta Phi, l A fl r I E li if l 1 w W l l l l 1 l , . l l l . 3 A Q I-3 ,t 5 l l' l 9' bvfqxj K' AAU lc! i Luo' fffsw' 1 r l f l l , . 1 l v mm We I l l l l l l 1 5 . l l l H , . ff 2 I ll l I l 4 Q I l l , '. l 4 mn- --ef -.s,.,..f ,1W,,.,.,..,-. .. ., . H, M, , .4 , .. . . . . .. . Y. m......,....T .....-......--..--...-.-,....--.......- .,,....,,.... ,-.-...-....-......-..........-....-......,.,....., , ll I .. ,,,T .......,., 1 IRENE MAUPIN, K A fb Bloomfield, Mo. Home Economics, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., President Kappa Delta Phi. MIILDRED NLEUSER, E 1' F, 9 T E 602 E. Peoria, Paola, Kansas Curtain Raisers, J. L. W. V., Hli Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Orchestra. BEATRICE lVIiEIER, 9 T E 205 Park Avenue, Council Bluffs, Iowa Y. Wi. C. A., A. A., J. L. W. V., Life Saver, Book Club. FRANCES IVBILLSPAUGH, B E 0 Jefferson City, Mo. French Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Vice-Pres. Curtain Raisers. IRENE MEINERSHAGEN, 2 1' F, cb 9 K Hiigginsville, Missouri A Y. VVT. C. A., Vice Pres. S. A. B., J. L. W. V. LUCILLE NDINTON, Okemah, Oklahoma Hypatia Hlexagon, Home Eco- nomics Club, Hi Beta Steppo J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. LUCY MERCER, fb 9 K, A 111, B E 0 Taylortown, La. Y. W. C. A., French Club, Y., W. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Pan Hellenic, Standard Bo-ard, R. A. D. Cabinet. HAZEL MITCHELL, fb 9, K, 9 T E 3656 VVTash1ington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Hi. Beta Steppo, I. L. W. V., Home Ebonomics Club, Legisla- ture, Sec't. C. A. 3 l 1 l Page 65 l 'l 1 ' 1 11 ,Q ' ,1 1 1 1 1 M lf 5 11: ,1 V1 '1 l1fi 11: 113 11 '1 1 l 1 11 21 l 11, I 1 'l 'l .11 l 1 1 1 i I1 il I 3 ,1 1, , 1 1 1 lh V1 E1 li 11 i1 1 1 11 'I 1 3 5 11 ily 1 I l 1, 1 11 11 il gl . 1 1 E 52 il Q1 I li if 11 31 ll '1 gl li 51 E 1 5 2 1 L 51 i .Y 'l .14 Page 66 LOUISE MUCHELL, fb 9 K La Cygne, Kansas J. L. W. V., H'i Beta Steppo. MILDRED OCHS, Keota, Iowa Hvi Beta Steppo, Y. W. Cl. ., Legislature, J. L. W. V. JULIE FOREST MooRE, A CP, A P A 505 West Main St., Clarinda, Iowa J. L. W. V., Art Club, Book Club, Pres. Delta Phi, Art Editor Standard, Art Editor Stephen- sophiia. A VERA GFTELIE, E I X 510 Lake Avenue, Webster Groves, Mio. Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Rais- ers. EDNAH MAE NANCE Rogers, Arkansas J. L. VVE. V. RUTH ALICE QGDEN, H T 1' 'I .ff 21' 4 lj 9-' ,sw 55 pl' .ff-V , -ig Y A nv" , 'vel' . ll ha , . 1209 W. Church St., Champaign, Ill. Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., A. A., French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. WV. V. NADINE NORMAN, K A fb 592 McGee Street, Kansas City, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., J. L. VV. V. DONNELL OWEN, E F F, fb fb fb 304 3rd St., Okemah, Oklahoma J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., Secretary Sigma Gamma Gamma. . -.-. .Y .-.y-......... ..,..,,,,, ..,,,MwmW-2 I f V- .-,pn,,,l o..-9 Arg-" Al lr 'R - LL. . E, J, .A,,,.,,,, ,H Y 1 ' l f ,,,. . ,...f,...,..-......,......,. --.. - A H . . , . L, ,,,, . , Yi, L m rig L A-A ...ma g "' ' ' ' ' r -- - 1-fw +f4W---A-ff --.,--,.............,,.,......,,r ,,-.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,-,iT , il, 1 rl .,. Lil A ni, ,l 'r il EUNICE PARKER, 1' A fb 832 N. Kingshlighway, St. Louis, Mo, Book 'Club, Home Economics, Curtain Raisers, J. L. WV. V., Treas. Pan Hellenic. Lawton, Okla. lature. RACHEL PARKER, E F F, H T F Jefferson City, Mo. French Club, Legislature. Buckner, Mo. A., Y. Wl. C. A., Legislature. . jo PARSONS, E 1' T, H T I' 1700 Hlighland Ave., Shreveport, La. Hi Beta Steppo, Hypatia Hexa- gon, Hockey Team, Y. VV. C. A., Basketball Team. JUDITH PICKERING Riichmond, Mo. J. L. W. V., Art Club, Y. VV. -C. A. HARRIET PA'1VrERsoN, 'P 9 K 516 VV. Cypress, A Rogers, Arkansas ami . . 5 nom1cs, H1 Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Curtain Raisers, Hom-e Eco- J . M , L I NEARIE PIEPER, 47 9 K, I' A fl' 1224 Kentucky St., CORINNE PEDIGO, E F P, 9 T E Y. W. C. A., J. L. WV. V., Legis- RHODA PHILLIPS, CIR 9 K, fb fb fP J. L. VV. V., Y. WV. A., Pres. Phi Theta Kappa, Selc't. Y. VV. 1 ,la X U Quincy, Ill. if , Hypatia Hexagon, 1. L. W. V., M1 4 5 N7 . P Pres. Gamma Delta Phi, Pres. V, , ' f ' . Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. A. , , X ll . f .LJ ' Q' lnly :.,,. . . 'W I ll , .fwvyf A . f,,t..., , , , A it QL... H . T3 w A - ' , . ,,.....b - .A '55 ,,.,.4, , Q , ff I N l 5,5 , Y L W A "'--'ie-A Ae- -be fr A 1 vf if ' 1, .fi J, . if ' . " -A I ' ly: fn' ily EP -1"'vTL abgyfwj 1,1 M ,ani ff . A fi w A- 5, 3 5 i ..-, ,,.,,,1, Page 68 MAUD MILLER PITCHEORD, B E 0 Greenwood, Mississippi, J. L. W. V., Home Economics Club. KATHERINE REDD, A Carrollton, Mo. Treas. A. A., Hbckey Team, Basketball Team, Y. W. C. A. DOROTHEE POVVELL, 9 T E Albia, Iowa Art Club, J. L. W. V., H6 Beta Steppo, A. A., Treasurer Theta Tau Epsilon. LEONA REDFORD, 502 E. Franklin St., Clinton, Mo. French Club, Sec't.-Tres. French Club. ' GERTRUDE PRATHER, Red Oak, Iowa Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Cur- tain Raisers, Art Club, Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Pres. Glee Club. HELEN RUTH RENEKER, A P A 2014 Stone Street Glee Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. WL V. Lois RAINEY, fir CID fb Mk:Fall, Mlissouri Y. W. C. A., Y. W. A., Vice- President Y. W. A., Pan Hellen- ic, J. L. W. V. N ELL RICE 630 Blackwell Ave., Blackwell, Okla. bl I VIRGINIA RICE, E 1' F, B E O Milton, Iowa Y. W. C. A., Gl-ee Club, AC- Companist Hii Beta Ste O Y ' . pp I French Club, Vice-Pres. Beta Sigma Omicron. LADORA ROBERTSON, 111 fb QD J. D. W. V., Y. VV. Treasurer Y. W. A. AVERIL RICHEY, 111' Lb fb Mound City, Illinois Home Economics Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A FLORENCE ROBINSON, fl? 9 K A fb Little Orchard, Hannibal, Mio. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo I. L. W. V., Editor Standard Legislature. TRAYCE, RINGER, E 1' T, E I X Dexter, Missouri J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Orchestra. IVIIILDRED ROBINSON, B Z 0 3843 Oak St., Kansas City, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W V A. A., President S. G. D., Y C. A. FRANCES ROBERTS, 9 T E 328 Gladstone Boulevard, Shreveport, Louisiana Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., A. A. HOPE ROECKER, H T F 440 Glen Ave., Council Bluff, Iowa Home Economics Club, I. L W V., Hli Beta Steppo, Y. W. C A Cabinet. VNV5 If -. E Y' I - . L- i A IW i ' ' L IM 2 ix . H l ' uf X-.. .Zi , E ..: ,Xl-rf-'-" W ,la ,TIMLJX I fl .A '- I "Lfh,-r4,f1!. 6 -Maxi. 'N , . ,-'--,e.g,"" X ,V.,xG" , I Af. ,...4f"' . L' ' ...r .f-'x A .- A . J, 4- . l', lr""'i 4 I is ' 5' 1' L fl. 'I I I l' . J P Page OPAL ROLIUEMORE, E I X 1148 Kings Hlighway, Shreveport, La. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., French Club, I. L. Wi. V., Sec't. Sigma Iota Chi. JOSEPHINE SHANER, lf' 9 K 1021 N. Alabama, Okmulgee, Okla. Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club, J, L. W. V. LILLIAN RYDBERG, Litchfield, Nebraska Glee Club, Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. ALICE SHULTISE, 128 N. Lorraine, VVichita, Kansas A. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. MARY SHADE, 9 T E 300 E. 8th St., Caruthersville, Mlo. ' Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W.. C. A., Home Economics Club,'J. L. W. V. KATHERINE SMITH, fi? 9, 1' A fb 515 N. Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood, Mo. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Book Club, S-ec. Gamma Delta Phi, Standard Board. SYBIL SHAFFER, 9 T E Herington, Kansas Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, I. L. W. V. MABLE GLENNE SMITH, dv 9 K, 9 T E Gallatin, Mo. , Home Economics Club, J. L. W. V., French Club, Y. VV. C. A. ,. ,....-1.0-,. , ..,.. .. .,..-..7..Y YYY, W. . . W . ..,..,, , Jn... ........s...,.............. ,. -,......,..,Lf.-Iv..-...-.,-on-mn.,-. -. -. .f,.,..::::---P W, NELLE SMITH, Houston, Mo. Y. WW. C. A., J. L. W. V., Vice- Pres. S. G. D. BESSIE STEPHENS, 2 1' T, B E O Coushatta, La. J. L. XV V., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., Sec't., Beta Sigma Omicron. MARIAN SPENCER, if 9 K, E 1' I' Sabetha, Kansas Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. VV. V., S. A. B., Y. VV. C. A. LOUISA STEPHENS, H T 1' 610 Jackson St., Jefferson Clity, Mo. French Club, Y. W. C. A., S. A. B., Tres. Eta Upsiloln Gamma. CATHERINE SPRINGER, E I X 1630 N. 36th St., E. St. Louis, Ill. Hli Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Hlockey Team, A. A., J. L. W. V., Pres. A. A. LILLA STEWART, K A fb Minden, Louisiana J. L. V., Hfi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. W. C. A. ELIZABETH ANN STANLEY, E I X 701 Howard Avenue, Carthage, Missouri Y. W. C. A., A. A., Book Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Pres. S. A. B. EDITH STocKTo-N, H T 1' 6623 North Wood, St. Louis, Mo. .... va....-.....,-...,....,....,.....-.,........... V 1 W I I . ,I I I I . i ll I W is , If . l I 1 . Ii ,P Page 71 , ,- , . ...-, .. ,.. .J I .yr "i f I QE Page 72 MARJORIE SUTTON, Kiefer, Oklahoma RUTH TICE, Z M E Herington, Kansas ' Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Hypatlia Hexagon, Sec. Zeta Mu Epsilon. KATHERINE TERWILLIGER, B 23 0 802 Kirlvy Place, Shreveport, La. Hockey Team, J. L. W. V., HA. A., President Beta Sigma Omi- cron. LESLIE LEE TIGNER, H T 1' 1536 Stevens Ave., Shreveport, La. French Club, A. A., Hockey Team, Y. W. C. A., Vice-Presi- dfeflt C. A. ADELE THOMAS, A P A 3025 Forest Place, E. St. Louis, Ill. Y. W. C. A., Hii Beta Steppo, A. A. CAROL TIMMONDS, K A fb Lamar, Mrissouri French Club, J. L. W. V. GRACE THOMSON, 9 T E 811 Dewey Ave., Bartlesville, Okla. J. L. W. V., Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Pres. O. E. S. Club, Sec't. Theta Tau Epsilon. ANNA LEE TOALSON, 9 T E Centralia, Mo. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club, Curtain Raisers, J. L. VV. V., A. A. 1 I l l l l lf gf ll P il ll ll ..-,fn-.1--:L , L, , mga.---if V L .. ,J ,l LL... . , , Q I . e. cece X I ---A .-H A M-, fmi., A 5 5? 2 1 Si I 3 I it 3, BESSIE TROWBRIDGE, K A fb Q1 Adrian, Mo. i M i yLwMv,AA,rwA0A, A Vice Pres. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. l I in VIVIAN VICKERY, 111 9 K, E I X 939 Kansas Ave., ll Atchison, Kan. Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, J. L. W. V. E Ki I f VAYDEN TUCR, B 2 O 26 La Zanthris Ave., i Tulsa, Oklahoma J. L. VV. V., Book Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Vice Pres. Y. W'. C. A. DOROTHY VOLLMER, fb 9 K Shelbina, Mo. J. L. W. V. l BETTY TURNER, A P A 302 W. Mechanic St., Harrisonville, M0. Y. WL C. A., Home Economics, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. ig VIRGINIA VOORHEIS, I fb0K,AfI1,KAfI: 1501 N. 40th St., E. St. Louis, Ill. Hli Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., A. A., Sec. S. G. D. l AGNES VAN BUREN, Z M E , 740 Pawnee, Leavenworth, Kansas Y , Y. W. 0. A., Latin Club, J. L. ? W. V., Curtain Raisers, Beta i' ll Steppo. , l ' . 1 A l I KATHRYN WADDELL, EH fIJ9K,APA T ' 1704. South St., it r li I H ,, . l Lexington, MD. 2 2 fi A Art Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta ii , Steppo, Vice Pres. J. L. W. V., 5 9 Qi 3 Legislature. I lg T li 5 1 5 3 l 'i , . Page 73 3 l........-...,.-.....L,.-...L,,M... .... --..-..-.L..--........-,.......... A -Af-. A M---- ee-fl-----A --A A we-A-N--W-Mwf--I--L- I , .,,. .Mm,,,.,,,.L,,..,.-,,,,,,,m,,M,,, -..L .,,. ..--.--.....--...-- ...--vA..M . A A-.. PM-A -A he:A f-I--------v--w-r------few---A L 2 ,, , .fn-Y .. v....,.. . H., . . .. --.L i..--.....a.....--T::L- - - A--f - S" --- --W ' ,,1-,.,,,,,.,..,....-.....,-...-K---w-f---- - - -- f v 5 Nl.-XRGUERITE VVTATSON, H T 1' , IO6 Allen Avenue, . Shreveport, La. J. L. VV. V., Home Economics 1 Club, Y. WV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Pan HJelleniC. HANNAH WELCH, Hlolenville, Okla. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Cabinet. NIERLE WEBB, E I X Oak Grove, Missouri I. L. W. V., Hii Beta Steppo, President Sfigma Iota Chi. GRACE WILLIAMS, A A P A 120 Haynes Ave., I Excelsior Springs, Mb. A. A., Hiockey Team, Basketball Team, J. L. W., V., Hi Beta Steppo, Pres. Delta Rho Alpha. lVUONA RUTH W-EBB, E I' F, H T 1' 25 'ADH S. W., Ardmore, Oklahoma Hii Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Quartet, Pres. Sigma Gamma Gamma. MAXINE WILLIAMS, Broken Arrow, O-kla. BERNYCE WlEEKEs, B E 0 518 North 5th St., Beatrice, Nebraska Curtain Raisers, J. L. W. V., Y. XV. C. A. ALLALIE WILSON, lb 9 K Laredo, Mo. Home Economics Club, Y. VV. C. A., Legislature, Sec. Treas. Phi Theta Kappa, Hi Beta Steppo. Page 74 -- 3 ..-:+1- ,, ,A-....,--1 .--....,..,..., ,, -..-...I ...f.......- ........ Art Club, J. L. W. V., Y. W. All E I V I E i . i l P I I Lfwf ,Wy aylt V . C p , I x, 'yu ,,1,.,fl 1 1 ' 153 xl A Qrofbill .1 Q l I I ,X Il 3 A Us H" I' 1. ,lil l,,i,Lf . T lf lm Q' i ll ll 1, 5-ll' gr I .. .V -W -.............,....: , - . . , I, wnwihppv-v-vw . . . .-....-..........,........-',..v.......w ' ....... ., -few 1 ., A -aa?-----w..,... -I mf. - ,MM.Iw. SECOND SEMESTER SENIORS MAUDE ADAMS, Clark, Mio. J. L. W. V., Hi Beta steppo, Y. VV. C. A. LILLIAN LIMERICK, fl' KI' 'I' Galatia, Ill. Legislature, Art Club. LILLIAN BECKVVITH, A P A 3 8 Granvue Drive, E. St. Louis, Ill. A. A., Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. VIRGINIA MlcCoMAs, I24 Terrace Ave., Liberty, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. VV. V., Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club. MARY ALICE HOLMAN, Unionville, Mio. J. L. W. V. IRENE RENSCH, Laredo, Mo. ANNIE CLAIR JONES, H T 1' 906 Kirby Place, Shreveport, La. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. Y., Hi Beta Club. Steppioi, Hom-e Economics ESTHER STAMPFER, fi' 'I' 4' Chase Hotel, St. Louis, Mo. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. Page 75 .nu , .. f 1 ' ,.,,,,...,....W..,,...-m.-.W..,...-.-,..-....,...,.,.f....,.9-.,m,x....f- , -M -.- F... L , Page 76 HELEN B. WALKER, A P A 204 S. Pacific St., Cape Girardeau, Mo. A. A., Hd Beta Steppo, Hockey Team, Basketball Team. Zluninrn I . , , W-, J AsB1NG'roN STAHL STALKER I SHEPARD CLASS OFFICERS President ,--, ,,.-,,,-.,,-.. .-.-... W 1 N1FRED STAHL ' Vice-President ...... -- CELESTE ABBINGTON Secretary-Treasurer --- .... VIRGINIA SHEPHERD S, A. B, Representative .............. MAY LOUISE STALKER The Junior Class, now better known as the class of '27, entered Stephens very young and innocent, but willing to learn the strange ways of the older collegiate Stephensites, who had been long acquaintd with all the entricities of college life, and have the ever honorable titles of Seniors. These customs were soon learned, es- pecially after the Seniors presented the carefully guarded junior song the night of the Barbecue. This proved that even behind locked doors, and closed lips the Seniors worked their traditional magic. It was not long, however, until the Thanks- giving hockey game, which occurred in a field of black, sticky mud, proved our pep and fighting spirit. The game was a tie. The next noted event was the famous Junior Jollies, which was cleverly pro- duced under the direction of Miss Irene Boyer and Miss M. M. Judd. The Junior Prom, given in honor of the Senior Class, was the climax of the winter season, in a mass of snow flakes falling from a gray sky. Mother's week was an attempt to make traditional the event which has occurred several years previously. The final event which is the ,Ivy Fete, the queen of which has been chosen. Miss Annie Sue Tucker made this occasion the crowning event of one of the great- est Junior Classes Stephens College has ever known. P11 gf' TS - IW, ,..-Y... -...,..,..-...-...-.- .V-Y . l ir'-A ef A' --A rf 'l ,' if - ' 4 1 W l. ...l P 5 a l I 4 1 W-A.-..,.-. .. ,. . IRENE ABBOTT A P A Clarinda, Ia. Curtain Raisersg Y, W, C, A4 A.. A., Adv. Mkln. Sltepihgens Standard. GRET.A AKIN, Z M E Delores Colo. Hli Beta Steppo, Home EC. Club, Y YV C A CELESTE ABINGTON 7038 Oleatha, St. Louis, Mo. H1 Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., S. A. B. Rep., Vice Pres. Jr. Class. BEATRICE ALBERT, Eldon, Ia. Hi Beta Steppto. MAXINE ADAMS, 9 T E Ponca City, Okla. Y W. C. A. NDARTHA ALEXANDER, B E B 726 Wheaton Ave., Wheaton Ill A. A., Y. W. C. A., Leg., Hockey Team, Hi Beta Steppo. BERNADINE AGLE, E I X 914 North Miain St., 1 Bloomington, Ill. Y. VV. C. A., Curtain Raisersg Art Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppog Vice Pres. Art Club, Hockey Teamig Leg., Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. - DoRoTHY ALLEN, IIS East Fourth St., Pueblo Colo Y. VV. C. A., H1 Beta Steppo. l I Page 79 ETHEL ALLEN, 9th Hiarrison, Kansas, Mfo. MARGARET ELAINE ANTHONY, 1221 Quindaro Blvd., Kansas City, Kansas Y. W. C. A., Art Club. SARA ALLISON, fb 9 K, A P A 731 N. Okmulgee Ave., Okmulgee, Okla. Home Ec. Club, Y. VVl. C. A., J. L. W. V. M1ARY MILDRED BAILEY, 11' fb fb 6oo Ave. A East H.utchinson, Kan. Art Club, Y. W. C. A., Book Club, Hi Beta Steppo. CLARICE AMES, - C- A P A 2722 Mlarket Ave., East St. Louis, Ill. A. A., Y. W. C. A., I. L. W. -V., Hi, Beta Steppo. ISABELLE BANDY, Q XI' Bucklin, Kan. Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. YV. V., Pres. Omega Psi. PAULINE ANDERSON, 9 T E Centralia, Mio. Home Ec. Club, Art Club, Y. VV. C. A., J. L. W. V. FERN BARNETT, 519 W. Ilth St. Pueblo, Colo. . Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A. A., Curtain Raisers, jr. Hockey Team. fx Page 80 ' A X 'T' l it F. 71 'Al 12' 'tiff ,1,f,. , ,. UB l .X 1 X. W l, fffji' X. x,,,,. P Www ' Tevijw A Q- ' I I QF' Ui 0'5- X. . Nt f- A if 442, , Q "'!' Cy, ' gl. it I Of' v T. A 'B KZ? ,Ll X u , .J- X f' , ,f ,lv 'T .xv all .fi 5 1..J , . I i T .F I . , f 1, . I 4 ' . 'N I 4, ix . N ,V Ks lQ.,.!.!,Ml , :MX KM if n T it 7 J X 1 ""-' W ' Y- ' "" 'A - -- -ff-m --V-W.. -. --- , Y V A V JOSEPHINE BARNETT, 125 East Eleventh Ave., Bristow, Okla. Y. W. C. A., Hypatia Hexagon. IONE BEARLY, E I' T, A P A 711 West zothg St., Oklahoma City, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. VV. C. A., Asst. Art Editor of Stephensophia. BETH BAST, Z M E Delta Colo. Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo. BERNICE BEHM, E I' F, A P A 700 7th Ave., Shenandoah, Ia. Quartet, Y. W. C. A., J. L. J' 4' in . , T-fd 7' fi 7. Latin M-azz Cy L' of OPAL TOMMY B , B E B II N. 6 St., . 35 Fort , Ark. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. MARJORIE ANN B CKWITH, 2 I X Signal Hill Blvd., A East St. Louis, Ill. A. A., Y. W. C'. A., J. L. W V., Hi Beta Steppo, Asst. Sec. A. A. RUTH BEARDSLEY, E I X 103 S. 50th Ave., Omaha, Nebr. Art Club, French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Pres. Art Club. ELIZABETH BEIDLEMAN, 9 if Nuyala, Okla. Home Ec. Club, Y. Wt. C. A. Hypatia Hexagon, HH Beta Steppo. f J.- fi.,-x - '. j Q. 0 rv,-' g:,r -rj Q2 V 9 71 J , ,war ...M .f N, . Na.. if t.-hung, , --,,,...,.....,., ,,,,.,,. ..., , ...,-..,--., ,- v .iwnnf 5 3 nw ilifltwifj Q WEL fi ,va .ETL J' v W M .3 L. l Page S2 MILDRED BELL, 92 KI' 926 Bennett Ave., Glenwood Springs, Colo. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Home EC., Pan H-ellenic Rep. of Cmega Psi. ELIZABETH BIRT 9 T E Edgerton, Mo. Y. VV. C. A., Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo. JOSEPHINE BENNETT, B E B 221 N. Mlorley, Moberl5', Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Home EC. Club, Curtain Raisers. ALLENE BLANDIN, 2621 East Douglas, VVi'chita, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. FRANCES Bxcos, H T I' 830 Sampson Ave., Dyersburg, Tenn. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Hypatia Hexagon. GERTRUDE BoA11D, 9 T Okema, Okla. f Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V. LOUISE BINGHAM, fb fb CID 511 S. Kimball Ave., Casper, Wlyo. Hi Beta Steppo. FRANCES BOVVEN, K A fb Wlindsor, Missouri Y. YV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. aa-, . A .4-46' vf .fa lg 4. V r T, R f :ALM ' 1 E T 1 1 1 4' J o 1 'E .f ,fr R- iv. 1 K ,P E. lVI1ARGARET ELLEN BREWER, S2 XI' Bert1'and, Mlo. Home Ec. Club, Hi Beta Steppo, A. A. HARRIET BROWN, E F F, RID fb fl? 613 W. Abriendo, Pueblo, CO-lo. Y. VVl. C. A., Glee Club, Cur- tain Raisers, Hli Beta Steppo. MARY LOUISE BRIGHT, 1614 Fairmont Ave., St. Louis, MO. French Club, Y. W. C. A., Book Club, A. A., Hi Beta' Steppo, Jr. Rep. to Student Council. HELEN BROWN, K A 613 241 N. 17th St., Kansas City, Kans. Glee Club. WILLA BROADWATER, 618 West Padon, Blackwell, Okla. VIRGINIA BROWN, fb fb 'IP 5126 Delmar, St. Louis, MO. Y. W'. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. lVllARY MARGARET BRONAUGH, Pleasant Hill, Mo. Y. W. C. A., Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Home Ec. Club. MILDRED BROWNING, A P A Oklahoma City, Okla. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. .. ii, l .L . T Page 83 I w l !"'f0 9. 0403-4,0 , . f l . -fl. Q .Lau lfwtm' 12 l . l , l 43 A -5, 4- 1' I .. . ...ne . ..Y W 43... Lg, 'I yfv" ,j QJ'i,l ,tr I IA kr' by 'J vu! 4:5 I JI . u I ,jf LJ U! G ff! JI fl J fl X l li! 6 R. Pl, , I If , fl 4 ' 1 . -. , H ' ' 'w 'I 1 1' i f 1 .14 ,x IL LJ J jf X JI: M 1, f' I ,. IX! 1 N f - IJ, My X Y Iij f l l lm ,yi al ll l l , N I l I 1 Page 84 lg L--A... --.........,..-,A .Y .,,,,,, , ,, -- X , . PJ x Y , NIARIOISS BR E 1621 S? Newport, " Tulsa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. R jing . ' 5 JW if -.9 FAQ! ' I All M11 , A FREDRICKA BURKE, B E B Moberly, Mio. Hli Beta Steppog Curtain Rais- ersg Home EC. Club. FRANCES BULKLEY, 'P 9 K 5636 Cabanne Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo. ELIZABETH KATHERINE BURNETT, E I' F, A P A 320 S. M?ain St., Sapulpa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo. MARY BEATRICE BULLOCK, K A fb 5601 Delmar, St. Louis, Mo. A. A., Hi Beta Steppog I. L. W. V. PAULINE CABBELL, Bosworth, Mo. Home Ec. Club, Curtain Raisers. ELIZABETH BUNTE, A P A 2519 Broadway, Quincy, Ill. Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A. THELMA CABLE, 728 N. Okmulgee Ave., Okmulgee, Okla. J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. -Wm---m . - .-..- ..... L--. M--. M ,... -W-Wm, M 5, 1 . l L . rr A A -A-H-A--f----we..4..----1i..,.''T -..ggif I l - -. .-:..-ff-A ww, ,YY ---...f U... . .- ...y.., --.... .., IM,-.....,f ....-. --A -.1 as-....,.,..,,,,.,, ,S-.-:...,......2-Y. . e Y 5, l I l s l , w l V, af, ..,-.-mm LA...,.-.,.......-.f................,....-..mp......1..,.w...-.....-,....f-........,.w...-.ff:w-Q--f4--+-e- --W Y- 17----W Y ,Y 3-9 .......,....-, W. MARY ELRED CAMPBELL 3:1 W-. 12th, Pueblo, Colo. French Club, Hli Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A., Stephens Standard Staff, A. A. CAROLYN CHILDS, I7 Lafayette, Lexington, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon, I. L. W. V. GLADYS CAMPBELL, 2 I X 216 Garfield, Kansas City, Mio. Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. GERTRUDE CLARK, A P A Lamont, Okla. Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A., J. L. VV. V. M,ADGE CARTER, A P A . Richmond, Mo. J. L. W. V. EDNA LoU CLAUNCH, Okemah, Okla. Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. J. L. W. V. ISABELLE CASE, E I' T, lx A fi' 2747 E. nth, Tulsa, Okla. Y. W. C. A., A. A., French Club, Hi Beta Steppo. RUTH CLIFFORD, Lawton, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo. .......1,-..f.,..,, ....A..... Y-.E-M.-L... .H wr. v-.-wg-f.. .W .-N. . . ,,.-,.-,..-v. ,H -f Y Y 4-1 .:.:.w,4.f:.., -1:41,-:1 ,L 1 .f YY., ,1L1:1., Page S5 . Q! !- .Qs ij . f ' l . Luv .JJ v' A -f' ' ,I , fwdf - lf' ' ' V 'v' J ,J .f ,H 1 -- , -. F- C., A L. ' J ii ,,M'j.f.-'i i V i J' .fp fl fr , l A. A ff' . ., .ff .fe - A .J LJ A - ' I ,JJ If J T wi! . .A ...L ,J ,,. . . Af 1.-f J' 'J . 5.1.2 ' V r "' P ,J WJ . ! Fd ,.,-4 L 'lib .f - - 1 LUCILLE CLIPPINGER, .454 'ffl kJ . 4, -1 dw 3774 Madison Ave., ,J A N' Kansas City, Mo. U' . .Y X r Y. W. C. A.' Hi Beta Steppo. HJ . Eff X, 5, ! 'f' nr V' Qu- lf" HARRIET CORY, . ' ,,.--fu 310 N. 3rd St., ,J Okemah, Okla. 0 O .W' 4561. M' of' if Y' I A 'Q P.: ue So Y. W. C. A., Art Club, Hli Beta Steppo. DOROTHY CONANT, 4? 9 K, B 2 B Roseville, Ill. Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisersg French Club, Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Book Club. GERALDINE CRAMBLIT, 214. Oakwood, Attumwa, Ia. ANITA FAYE CONSTA NT, 247 S. Clifton St., Wichita, Kans. Hi Beta Steppog Book Clubg Horseback Club. MADELYN CRAWFORD, Springfield, Kans. Latin Club, A. A., Hi Beta Steppog Curtain Ratisersg J. L. VV. V., Y. W. C. A. lVEARTHA E. CONVVAY, K A Q11 Monroe City, Mo. Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. C. A. THELM.-X CRISMAN, K A fb 247 E. 27th St., Tulsa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo. I A.. .A .. - I. 'q"'YW' 'W' ""' 'P 4 i I I I I i I fi ll 'I Q 3, - A- A I -.--....II-.--..--......--........,g..Q.....,-.,...Ti ll il I gl LUCILLE CROZIER, E I X I l Knoxville, Ia. I I L Hi Beta Steppo, A. A. I L MARIE DANIELS, l i 24 Block G. Pueblo, Colo. I A. A., French Club, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Hockey Team, Y. W. C. A. L I 1 I I I KATHRYN CROWDER, B E B ' 619 N. nth, Manhattan, Kans. MARGARET DAVIS, 614 Miami, Leavenworth, Kans. I French Club, Y. W. C. A., A. A. CONSTANCE CUNNINGHAM, 247 Egan St., Shreveport, La. , J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. l lVliARY ELLEN DAVIS, A P A Fayette, Mo. J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A., A. fl, A., Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo. f I MIARY CURTIS, lf 1503 S. 22nd, I , ill Lincoln, Nebr. A l MHARGUERITE DE HAM, l , Atchison, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A. A., French Club. 2 l 5 I 2 I , I Page 87 J--su.-...r....:..-e.i.w.u., a..v....I,...:,-.. . . I I.. ...ma 2-...Q,a-.L I--ge, .,...,a-...aw -eg , Page SS DRUSA DELAHOYDE 9 T E 3710 Mason St., Omaha, Nebr. Hi Beta Steppog Y. WV. C. A., Curtain Raisersg French Club, Hockey Team. ANNE DoRsEY, 1402 University, Columbia, Mo. KATHERINE DERRYBERRY, 9 T E 759 Erie St., Shreveport, La. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppog Hockey Team. a EDWARD DOUGLAS, Weleetka, Okla. Hli Beta Steppo., RUTH DICKEY, 1' A if 738 Baca, Trinidad, Colo. Y. W. C. A. FREIDA DOUGLAS, Q 111 Wewaka, Okla. Hi B-eta Steppo, I. L. W. V. GENEVIEVE DoBKiNs, Q KP Welch, Okla. Home Ec. Club, Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. VETA DOWVELL, 2 1' I' Hlominy, Okla. J. L. NV. V. 1 1 l l 1 ll t E if l i l 1 5 r .r li in il qi ji fl li i l 5 5 1 I .5 I 1 I 3 3 l 3 4 5 l 1 1 i 5 1 Z 3 S l f s i . l 5 2 'i i 4 5 l 5 3 X 1 ,.......-...........,,...................,.....,............r .. ' xv . -.-.-1.0 -J, W ,,,, -..- Yr, ,a,......., V '...,.. ,,..........--A-......-,...m.- .-..,Q..KQ1ffL"i7 E ...iiiff:-zgiiiiigiiiii:i1:13:?.ff1ff1gg-:fe'fx A -- A A L -,.-.............-- .4.. .-.-.---..,. . Q-NLM., -'YA'-V.,-Adta,d 0.-A-0-N I A "'-A"'-'N------A A -A--A ---A-A M..-..-- --.V ,..- ... ,. .,,,,, .. M., ...,.,,,,,,,,.,,,.,.,,h,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,L,,,,,, g,,, ,Q-,, :J Tawzxga-arg Y -ug Y if M A 1' . I I .. li' 'li .J l l l ..-i f M 1 ll ll if rg , ,Q le li t li Q, . Q' .sr-5 l l if l' Ps 'bf lf, is fm". if it? 1.5 J, -it 1 14 . . tial Q if A 1' A ii. Egg.. + ft, 5 l 4, ll' if 4. nf? Jw ' 1 BETTY PEARL DUKE, Gray Horse, Okla. Hi Beta Steppog Latin Club, Home Ec. Club. HELEN EGGMANN, ' Z I X 1524 St. Louis Ave., E. St. Louis, Ill. Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. EVELYN DYER, E I X Mlalta Bend, Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. C. A. JULIA ELLIOTT, B E 0 New London, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V. ANNA EDGAR, fb 'P fb Bethany, Mo. Art Club, Y. VV. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hli Beta Steppo. JANE EVANS, 1250 N. Topeka, Wichita, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo. SYLVIA EDGINGTON, Hominy, Okla. J. L. W. V., Book Clubg Hi Beta' Steppo. MILDRED JEAN EVANS, K A fb 509 C. Place, Farmington, Mo. Hi Beta Steppog A. A., Y. W. C. A., Glee Club. Page 89 L -.....,,.,.,,.. 52? , Y Y W4 , ,,-Y,, YLYT ,, ., .. .,,, V ,,, A . ,,,.--ff-f V .-.YY -- --- - 't' W.: , .f-AH Q.. .fx-1 Y :1 ff' ' +V- ix ,- f , - ,wx UA- E' s I if 5-.9-' I 5-4-if ini - 4 ' ! ,MM .kn"l . xi- L,-4 ' "2 A' EMM P I H.4XRRIET EYER, 1800 Cheyenne Road, Colo. Springs, Colo. Y. VV. C. A. JOSEPHINE FLANAGAN, Z M E Independence, Mo. Sec. Latin Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. FLORENCE FARMER, Wetumka, Okla. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppog Glee Club, Hockey Team. MILDRED FLATT, 1014 W. Colo. Ave., Colo. Springs, Colo. Y. W. C. A., A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. MARY FISCHER, H T I' 712 W. St., Shenandoah, Ia. Hypatia Hexagon, Book Club. CHRISTABELLE FosTER, Garden City, Kans. Y. W. C. A. NIIARY VIRGINIA FISHER, H T I' Saverton, Mo. Hi Beta Steppog Book Club, ,r 4 ttf' , Fr 4 U A j If "' sl, I , ,I . , ., fi ,. 1 L-Ari? P .yi fl ll, If! ,I J Q" i 2.4 '.-"L in X I.-'L' f ' ui-1' , , hi! 'ol , . . , Q", ', l .v- ,,,, -If .luv-L rf-I YL ' , .. 4 I Page 90 French Club, Y. VV. C. A. ISABELLE FOSTER, Garden City, Kans. Hi Beta Stfeppog Y. VV. C. A. 'I .,,,,f,,.-,. W A It-140. lf' . Q, ,- - 1 Q xia"",-i if CY? L. ,,"V,.a li I '-lf," . qs- , ,g,I v- " , ..lL-,. 4 ! ,O 3 w. , .D' 1 Pg, i , 1' , 2 AIA' ,, ..- I 5 'F .--' X4-f" 9. K , -, 1- I .Lx f -L ' F i 5 9 ? 1 in -n!g....,, . -Jt,...1...-....+ --.... ,.,..A.,..-.4....,-,. -,...... -Q. . -...-.1-.....,..f........ ...v - .. ........,. ..,..-...,..., F' 5 1 1. l lf i I if i ,..,.-v,,.....:l , - fa-. M.... ,,.. ,,,.,,w,,, ...Z-: - - W, V W--. ..,,,,.. ..-.,.,....- ...f ..,.....v...--.0--,.-...,.-.f-Q.-r VIRGINIA FOSTER, 305 N. Deleware St., Butler, Mo. Hi Beta Steppog A. A. ELIZABETH FYFFE, Blackwell, Okla. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. IONE FOWLER, 11? 9 K, A P A 501 Colo. Ave., Hloltion, Kans. Y. W. C. A.g Hii Beta Steppo. LORRAINE GAMBLE, 9 T E Knoxville, Ia. Hi Beta Steppog Art Clubg Cur- tain Raisers. HYELEN FREITAG, Higginsville, Mo. NADINE GENTRY, 830 Fairmont Blvd., Jefferson City, Mo. A. A., Y. Wi. C. A., Hockey Team. GENEVIEVE GERTRUDE FRISON, H T I' 205 W. White St., Champaign, Ill. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. EVELYN GIBSON, A P A Washington, Ia. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. Page QI ...At .......-..............-. .v.....'-..,..m...........,...............,.1....-----n- M 144 l Page 02 ADA GIESE, HIP 9 K, H T I" Ft. Morgan, Colo. Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. VV. C. A. LOUISE GOFF, Arcadia, La. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, HELEN GIESE, H T T Ft. Morgan, Colo. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Art Club. NEARYAN GOLDSMITH, Wlichita, Kans. A. A., Y. W. C. A., H1 Beta Steppo. MxLDRED GIESSING, K A fl' 321 Jefferson, ' Farmington, lwlo. Hockey Team, A. A., Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hypatia Hexa- gon, Glefe Club, Hi Beta Steppo, French Club. EOLA GUNSTREAM, 9 T E 712 7th St., Orange, Tex. Hi Beta Steppo, Hypatia Hexa- gon, Y. W. C. A. HELEN GrLMoRE, QP 9 K, CIP 'P 113 II2 W. 18th St., Cheyenne, Wyo. French Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, MILDRED GUTCH, Gypsum City, Kan. Home Economics Club, Hgi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. RACHEL HAIR E 1' F, K A Cb 236 W. Dewey, Sapulpa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. MARY LOUISE HANSEN, A P A 405mm W. Montgomery St., Creston, Iowa lllg Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, I. L. VV. V. EDNA MARIE HALL, 9 T E Malvern, Iowa Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. W. C. A., Basketball Team. MATTIE BROVVN HARGROVE, 2 I X 715 S. Broadway, Tyler, Texas Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. THELMA HAMM, E 1' 1' 221 VVl. Bridge Ave., Blackwell, Okla. Y. W. c. A. -fl A FRANCES HIARREL, 1 I Blackwell, Okla. . Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. 4 OLA HAMMOND, fp fi? 4? no VV. 2ISt St., ' Hutchinson, Kansas Art Club, Hi Beta St-eppo, Y. W. C. A. MURIEL HARRIS, Herington, Kansas Page 93 ,I . 4, l, ' ll li , ,I , I I Il ill iii, lil ill l I fl :ll ii' il All if lr il 'il Qi I '1 IV: li: fi I L, ll W ii .6 1 . ' li lf Il ll ll HI 5 , , 111, ' ll ll 2 l N I l , ,xi . Civ4w....' - ,. i lhiwx ILQHLQ N. "L, fa I ' It ,N CQ!-'ri'-L, ...xiii -2.5-if-iQx:'be-'W 'I , if '- ,I I tx I xl YN Eu ' 5 . W1 E 'w.'1,' K . A 'Q ""j,- 5 gm .Climb-i -""'-RQ 1, . Z A ,.-',Q,.l,,'QfkL fffww-fe' "f"i'f'5 1 , ,, , , J l ll l l ' I . I' I 1+ , 5 ,M 1 I 1: 3 X . Il, ? 'II' I ll 4,3 4 II-, , W ,.,.-....,.,,.....,-....,......,........,.--.....,...,.,.........,,.,..........,...-I ,. , L . J: 31 I l I l l H f i l l i 5 Page Q4 RUTH HARRTS, 3941 Cambridge Ave., l Kansas City, Mo. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. WILLA MAE HIGGINS, 9 XI' Lone Wolf, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, I A. A., Hypatia Hexagon. HELEN HAUBERT, 9 T E Keokuk, Iowa J. L. W. V., Curtain Raisers. RUTH HlxLToN, 2 1' T, 9 T E 2500 Woodcrest Blvd., Lincoln, Nebr. Hi Beta Steppo. RUTH HAUSER, A P A Charles City, Iowa A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. LUCILLE HINNEN, A P A 611 Colo. Ave., Holton, Kans. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Glee Club. EDNA HERTZ, 9 T E Malvern, Iowa Hockey Team, A. A., Student Council, Y. W. C. A., Jr. Pep Leader, Hi Beta Steppo, Basket- ball Team. MARY HOWARD HIX, db fb QP 335 N. 17th St., Lexington, Mo. Hli Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. ' ' ' ' ' '1""' "mann-"1"" ' hawaii? KATHARINE HOFFMAN, 'IJ fb fb 1810 Spruce St., Hannibal, Mof Y. VV. C. A., Hockey Team, Hi Beta Steppo, A. A. BERNETHA HoRsMAN, Junction City, Kan. ELAINE HOGENSON, H T I' 1018 U Long Ave., Chicago, Ill. Hypatia Hexagon, Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers. BEATRICE HosHER, A P A Savannah, Mo. Hfi Beta Steppo, I. L. W. V. BERNEICE HzoovER, ' K A CIP 2228 Nebraska Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. VIRGINIA HIUGHES, 1857 E. 15th, Tulsa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Art Club, Cur- ta1in Raisers. MELICE NT HOOVER, 6541 LaFayette, Chicago, Ill. ALYS Lou HUMESTON, Humeston, Iowa Page Q5 7- . If I rl 1 , I 1 iw 'ii 'I A+ jill "1 l I ll l fl. l l ill il" I 1- 1 Il li' il 1' 5 . ill ij, .. ,1 ix, 'M ,lf 1 3 ,N ,, ,ef i .:.ff'!iS"' X NZ . V gr wr ,.. if:--..,,,,,,:,: ...,-4.2:-4.4.-:.1.,-A - -4 Y 7 HILDA HUMMEL, I3I8 Anthony, Columbia, Mo. VIOLETTE HUTCHISON, 9 T E 817, Osage, Bartlesville, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. Home Economics Club. ETHEL MAYE HUNT, K A fi' Garnett, Kansas Y. W. C. A. MARGARET INDORF. Ioor Valley St., Hannibal, Mo. Y. W. C'. A. GENEVIEVE MJAURINE HUNT, Lees Summit, Mo. Home Economics Club, Art Club, Curtain Raisers, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. A A., lVIlAFALDA INGLE, . H T I' IM,-"Viv ll ' 146 Helfenstein Rd., 6' f , Webster Groves, Mo. 'A-f Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., "' td, VJ Qffry A. A., Hi Beta St-eppo, J. L. ff' ,f-sg WV. V. x 5"'TA!,cY J! J , 1 iii Lp l ix xl In 1 ANA! I gf w I MAIZIE HUNTER H T I' N 1 v fl 831 Delaware St., ,,f" Shreveport, La. ah Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. W. C. A. 'T MARY JANE IRVTNE, E I X Marshall, Mo. Y. XV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. , sr sw Page 06 V I L.....................,.,.. . ....-.. .. ....,... -.... .,.,.....,. .. --.A -....-.---.....,.........,.. .,..... , .yi !. ..--.,..-..... .... .. ,,.,.,,,,, ,mr I -K A-- .........,...,......-...Q.....L...,l Mx . NN Y ..... ,,,.., ,, ,..,.-. .,,,,,,, 1- .,,,,,,.,,,, ,MN , YA,n YYVV H , Y H ... , ,....1'-. ,.-...., , , WL, A I.....t... .2-m....,...,..........-..............,....-..-.,-,.........-.Sw.-v-I,J-Q,-v-ti EILEEN JAMES, 'IP 9 K, K A fb Cameron, Missouri Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V. MARY ALICE JONES, Ha-Ilr-isburrg, Mo. ,La " If MARGARET JENKXNS, 9 T E Albia, Iowa Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. EDYTHE JONES, E 1' F, K A 4? 2119 N. 7th St., Kansas City, Kans. Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. BERNICE JOBLIN, 1' A 4' 706 Adams St., Russellville, Ark. A Curtains Raisers, Art Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. GLADYS GENEVIEVE JONES, A P A Eudora, Kansas Glee Club, J. L. W. V. LUCILLE JOHNSTON, 1159 26th St., Des Moines, Iowa Curtain Raisers, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. VIRGINIA JUDIJ, A fb, fb 9 K, 2 1 X 4.11 N. 3rd. Atchison, Kansas Hi Beta Steppo, Student Coun- cil. Page Q7 i I I 5 I 5 3 l qs I 3 3 5 l l I II ll I I I I 5 : I II l I I 4 I I 'l-'fit'..k.u I Us-E I ,ll I I' I " f I ' , I ri I I 4 1't'u.,-biafa, 'Lv XI , i5""'lflf"-i...v I ir I . I N ,I I' v 1' A' , A' J I I 'Tk l WI I lI lI I I ' I II I l fI ' I I I ll I in ' l I 'I I I I 1, 5 I l l l 3 1 I I' . 'I li I 4 I il I ii I A I! I E l It I l I I, II I I I I I ' I ' l I 1. Al I S' I I I l 'l I ' I If I I .E V I I II 2 ? I I I lI I Y I I I I X. I I ll g W I II II I I I 5 I I I I I II 3 E l I I 5 I 2 F , E E I I . l A 2 I . I ,E I 2 Il ,,.,.v,., W..-A... ,.,.,.......,,.... .............-..,,f...-.......,.,.,.......,.. ,I...-...,.,,..... -W...-.-.I-I,f.,,,.. Jw,-. A.. .1..... N -. I ,. U. WI ..-M 8.1-N... ........ .,.....,a..,.....w,.4I 5 -1..w.n:.vJ 'Z' iiii Page QS HELEN KAUFER, A P A 2068 Highland Ave., Burlington, Iowa Hd Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. HIAWANDA KILLIAN, Z M Miarshfield, Mio. Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V. FLORENCE KENDALL, E F 1' 7o4Vz 315th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, French Club, Legislature. ELIZABETH K1RKPA'rR1cK, 4576 Bryant St., Denver, Colo. E Y. W. C. A., H'i Beta Steppo. EMILY KEHLER, FRANKFORD, Mo. Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Legislature. V RAMONA E. KITTRELL, B E 1706 S. M'ain, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. YOLANDA KILLIAN Z M E Marshfield, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. MILDRED KNAPP, 3344 Askew, Kansas City, Mo. B Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., A. A., Hi Beta Steppo. 3. l Y I 1 L " 5 K 7.7--I! 5 ' A 7 L T lil. i-"-nf.m..An.., H--,-,gk . W, .,.... .M , .A-Y. ,War , .21 - -iv..---.-..--2 --Y - V 'li r F . . rl '1 s . 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A ,X MARGARET KRAMPF, LL ' A 6054 Pershing Ave. ' '24 ff-f ff. , it lk s .A 4 ,. ,n. St. Louis, Mo. N-A J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Stenpo. P y . , . EVA LAWRENCE, Z M E , . I-S41 Nebr. St. f , ,fl Mound City, Mo. t gg Hypatia Hexagon, H'i Beta if at S tep po ' EWECQQLQLW ' ' .. A M-F4 151 5 F M 2,1 A' 1 A ll. "'i PM A f - '-..,. 1' " M' ' in Page Q9 ,E My "K 'V ' U , is 1 . ,,, ,,, ,,,,,,., ., , ........,.... .,,..-.....- .. . ha ..,- M... R , , . .. - , ah., ..- -...,..,....,.......- ..... -.....,. .,, ,Y ., ,,.,. .. ,,,,.. . . .. ..... . .,.,,..,..,,- ...W N .,...-., . ,f,. ,-4 , , ......-.... , .,..,.-.,...--. .--. .. -,.,... .a,.A.Ml T -1' ' "W """"" """"""?m ' ' N Y . ,....,....,....f . ...aw -..,n.-A-.ffffnwmas-1--I - MW V V V M if M ,M Y ,U M W ......,..,,,.,,..,,,.,...,.,.. ., . . N... , IEAN LEE, Z M E Trinidad, Colo. J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. BEDONNA LINGLE, H T T Bethany, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. VV. C. A., Basketball, Hockey Teams. 'IXHELMA LE MASTER, 'P fi, 'P 1425 E. 5th St., Pueblo, Colo. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. lVlILDRED Locicwoon, Lamar, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. UNA MINNEHE LE VITT, Z M E Wilson, Kans. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers, Pep Squad. LOUISE LONG, Z I X 208 S. Topeka St., Eldorado, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. A. A. MARJORIE LEWIS, A fb IA7 Carey Ave., San Antonio, Tex. J. L. Wl. V., Hi Beta Stepp-0. ALLEN.A LUNT, New Sharon, Ia. Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo A. A. w. 5-4 fi lf 1 1 S ii i :gil A J 5 4, l w .g A . A '.----Mm--M-- Mm......---...........-...,...,-,--.LL , l .L .VY, --N-..A-e..:,--,L .-W. .fzgcm-.A'1:. ..,..1.,,.fAm, , 5 vm Y-, ,V 5v,L,,,,,., ,Y V V ,.,,.,,...,.,W,,..... .,...,........ -.1........,... ...a V -V ..-.......,.,.. , , ,, ' " 'W' " " "' 'Z' H "A" f' -H f 'W-'A-' - H: -f 1-f--rv-v-v -we---A-vm vswmmk Mvt- J-5. an-rp .'-n.-.nn.-v,A1.w-w--Q-v-.w..u.w.wn:yb-.....w-wa.-pann -......-.L....,...,.........,. ,........,....... .- . .......... ,.-...... - ,.. . -. F f... ..-......, ......., l 1 ,. "W ,I 'T , F l 3 1 s E li A 1, S DOROTHY LYNCH, H T I' 151 I25I Lancaster Terrace, L., I l Jacksonville, Florida , , EL QE Y. W. C. A., A. A., Hi Beta E 'A Q, Steppo, French Club. , , 1 Ti -, 1 I RUTH MCCULLEY, A P A 2631 Allen Ave., A St. Louis, Mo. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hlockey Team. FANNY LYONS, l Higginsville, Mo. jl 3 DORIS MCDEVITT, Z M E A l 2243 Main Ave., , A Durango, Colo. l M 5 lf. Hi Beta Steppo. ' l 1 . fu' A l Y b . 23-'Q' . 1 1 -r T l lgfly A l 4, 2' Q Q- 1:Jl:1..l"' ,xx .. X be 3:19 'si ' QM- .jgjff MLARGARET ELLEN MCCARTHY, 11 ,H+ To wg' EIX . ,-jj ' 1 5138 Vernon Ave., A Ur A 5 St. Louis Mo. . -a-. ,Q ' . JN' 34, ig Y. W. C. A., A. A., H11 Beta if . 1...fr"" ,, :H-If' SWPPO- A ,.,5f,.s M , fy CLARA ELIZABETH McKAY, QP 4' CP 3, .l'L'i', V ,EAA Knox City, Mo. K' ' 113 A' . Glee Club. , ri ' 'a..,i'. 's' i. . 1.2 . 'li tx' ,,,. 'JJ 5 1 I . lr!!-,.', .iklqglr l lk ef 'I A PORTIA ANN MCCORD, A , ' 5904 Harney St., p ' Omaha, Nebraska A. A. . ' 1 l W 1 ' HJ ELEANOR MCGAVIC, 1' A ff' 1 'lf ,I W V A 1 328 E. 5th St., I l 4 l . 'L Ottumwa, Iowa . 2 , .1 ' 1 1 f A A l 'li X li ii lx l i .xl X Q .l 'ig Page IOI N ,r ' N ,fl l.ifC.f'f:fffff'.W. V' . .. QT. 7 C. W 'QQ"QffQQ.Q 'Vnllgfffffl-lii.fllllffffff'ffQ.f.fl'f.ffff.f'.f.f.fQQf.-gl if lim- ....- . C' L. L . ' -7 gg. .... - L-, A L. 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Hi Beta Steppo, Feature Edit-Or Stephensonhia. DOROTHY BELL MORRIS, 1' A Green Ridge, MO. Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers. OPAL MONTGOMERY, QP 9 K, K A T Pattonsburg, MO. Y. Wl. C. A., Legislature. ANNA EDITH MULHOLLAND, 9 T Malvern, Iowa Home Economics Club, A. A., VVl. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, As Editor Stephensophia Staff. E fb E Y St. ! I Page 103 ,EF I l l l l I Il I I l I I 5 I l E I I ll I 5 I ' I I l l I l ll I i I R L I I ,I I I lI F I I I l l I ll I gh l II Q I 5 I1 5 I l Q I Y' i I i ...N R.-.12 ... .. H., ,-G,.,,.-,.. a........ , Me.-,...-I..1.2 .-...WI .,I.1.I. ..,.......,. .?.,mI.. ,R-- ...J-.M -.. . . J ,H W...-,gag-. -.f.2.,,...v- --LL-.. .-wi.f.11.:---23212.-...2.a2,:v..,1? --'- -722.1 ..... .,R.w.u.... L s-m..f..,f.-e. .W,.2,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,, I l X J g, ,. 2: E1 . gi 23 li lx 11. A21 la 11 Ei! li 'I A., lin li is if ll .M Ml ,W MS, ii ull Il .Ig I II, I ,. II- Ill . I !l UQ ll lx ll ki fa 'I fl, l F I l I I I l 1, It uw, I II ,Il ls if ll gp Z ! jl I I l ll, :lj I! li i,,l if 31 ,Ii K5 li .ll 5 if -V lg In I1 I5 ,I I! ll ll Page 104 BOBEIE NELSON, K A 'P MI:Alester, Okla. J. L. W. V. MARIE O,C'ONNELL, 9 T E 2436 E. 1Oth St., Tulsa, Okla. Art Club. EVELYN NELSON, 311 S. Volutsia, Wichita, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo, A. A. LOUISE OGILVIE, 9 II' 306 E. Commercial St., A Charleston, Mo. Y. W. C. A. JEWEL NEWBERN, Byars, Okla. Y. W. C. A., Art Club, Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo. MIKA OKAZAKI, 911 E. Spruce St., Seattle, Wash. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. CLARA LUCILLE NICHOLS, Ashland, MO. Y. W. C. A. SUMIRE OKAZAKI, dv 9 K 911 E. Spruce St., Seattle, Wfash. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hlockey Team, Basketball Team, I. L. VV. V., Student Council. Yf fm,-xr-"lil 3 . . we mul.-Vf'i'p-,VDC , wmv 'n DJ'-1' ' .,,, Pl, .,. fa FN Ax BJ-'L,3.T"'i,3 X 51.1. wv-9" 5 VU.-. NEWS: . wW'J Ls . fl- D 1 '3 ' wr . ?,v"" All ,,, .' LJJ., yrs-,a.,.. My 4 , mm- 1V,1V,-.......,...VV.4,:V, - V. VV ,, CLARA OLSON, 9 T E 1405 S. 16th St., Lincoln, Nebr. Y. W. C. A. FRANCES PENNINGTON, H T I 324 1st Ave., S. W., Ardmore, Oklahoma Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers RosE lVfARIE PARIS, A CIP 445 W. Mlasonic St., Dyersburg, Tenn. HELEN PENNINGTON, zTr,HT1' 324 Ist Ave., S. W., Ardmore, Oklahoma Hi BetaiSteppo, J. L. W. V. AUDREY PARKS, H T 1' 1415 W. 3rd, Sedalia, Mo. Book Club, Hlome Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. FAYE PETERSON, 9 T E Russell, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. GRACE PATTERSON, Jasper, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. VALERA PETERSON, A P A Essex, Iowa Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., H Beta Steppo. K4 'r.A.........,,,V,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ...LL , . , L ,Y ., V V V ' V g,uJv 1 CQ' V 4-I--4.-SE. ,mf af f.-...., ....-.,4....,.' L... - - I -nf. Targa V . , ,,.,,.,.-., ,,,,,- -,..-.W T 1,-f,...-- -' --1 --Y ' 1--, L ,Y 'W' if --snr,-jf ,....... ...L .. ,.-......, -. 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Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. ANNA MARGARET REAGAN, B E B 1210 S. Elwood Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma HELEN REVARD, B E B 4.01 N. 7th St., Ponca City, Okla. Y. W'-. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Art Club, Home Economics Club. HELEN LOUISE REARDON, 9 T E 417 N. Santa Fe, . Tulsa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Y. WV. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hockey Team, Basketball Team. MAXINE RHINEHART, 913 16th St. Aurora, Nebr. Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. VV. V., Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club. SARAHAGNES REED, K A 49 Wellsville, Mo. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers, Home Economics Club, Hd Beta Steppo. LoU1sE RICE, T A 'I' La Junta, Colo. Y. W. C. A. V 1 Page 107 ASENATH Riccs, 1' A fl? Kent, Iowa Y. VV. C. A., L. W. V., H1 Beta Steppo. HAZEL RoLL1Ns, 522 W. Blackwell Ave., Blackwell, Okla. Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hfome Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppo. DEAN ROBBINS, B E B 125 N. 38th St., Omaha, Nebr. Y. W. C. A., A. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. OPAL ROLLINS, 522 S. Blackwell Ave., Blackwell, Okla. Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. JEAN ROBERTSON, A P A 202 N. 6th St., Ponca City, Okla. Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V. MIRAM RosE, S2 XP 904 5th Ave., Dodge City, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. IRENE ROGLER, Matfield Green, Kans. Curtain Raisers, Home Econom- ics Club. BETTY ROWAN, 612 Argyle Court, Clinton, Iowa Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Art Club, Y. YV. C. A. l 1. . l I ..- LA. I ...M Q 1, ., , . ..., ...km ,..,.,. ff.T.. M L-.. LL.. .I 1 ,fliiifigff-N-A---p5-5-----wg-A--A-M'A-all-My JAN-.1.::2:1.1:1iit.i.: ' ' A -f3iii1.1,gg3,.4-M,g A jj, Q, gg gg, Q, .5 gt. .. .,.-.l., nf..,.-T.iN.. . ...-Qfi'7'TfZTf'77f N"1Zf.lll'fiTTQ'f'II.i'..ITlfQI.1f,'j'ff7' L' V i 1 L l 5 1 1 l 1 I gylVf...1 p , 4 DIOROTHY ROVVAN A Ulf' 2 612 Argyle Court, X ,I M fi' Clinton, Iowa .fl , Art Club, A. A., Y. W. C. A., ' E QM-f A ly B HI Beta Steppo. MYR 3 lf! L lr v,wi.'L' 'l ,'i lN G EHJZABETH SHELDON, Z BI E A Ottawa, Kans. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., A. A. Q . HELEN V. RUSSELL, 340 Prospect Ave., Shreveport, La. Hi Beta Steppio, J. L. VV. V. 'I A I l VIRGINIA SHEPHERD, H T 1' l l I I 922 Center St., 1 Hannibal, Mo. ' Sec t. Treas. jr. Class, Y. W. C. I A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. I . XJR. I I It-s ' 5 A' . I , .v Swshlv 93' -p Q Q'QWw1W. ff' ,Hi .... '.1.,f:cq'I YT-W' f li fl ' 13'-"'1. I'.. 'T .H J' . MARY CATHERINE SAMS, Belton, Mo. J. L. W. V., A. A., Hli Beta Steppo. FLORENCE SHERMAN Z F 1' Utica, Mo Y W C A Sextette CLEO SCHROEDER, Homlny, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo. ELIZABETH SHIELDS 517 Jordan St., Shreveport, La. 'l'9-'fel-w'H 5 if ' R fix, Yi yr Ki -A-of C" . ,wg 5 Wu' ,fyilt l . . 5 " r. nf I I - ' 'l L f ,,,u',l' h 1 "fid- ' lt' Ma Q, 5 ' U . L Pxvjlgjl 4 K H 1 , , I , - Q. .,. L . ...T .11 f,,,P"' !.l!.i,l" I , I I 1-4 F C IX ll' i l I l S' A l . l. 'I If' 5,15 . 'L fill: 5 W TH I 5 'ij , M I f up Q L., ,,..,- I I Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. Page 109 N...-. -A-H. , .. LM..-,I -vw J:mqrM --- ----- - - fffjlnl . ...A ,,,,,,- - A - ,1,, U...-,ri ,W -----A - A-A -,.,. ,T-4 -,-I-:ia 25351:-.1 ELIZABETH LEE SINKS, H T 1' 1705 S. Baltimore, Tulsa, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A. DOROTHY BoEscH SMITH, 9 T E 721 N. 7th St., Burlington, Iowa Hi Beta Steppo, Curtain Raisers Associate Ed. Stephensophia. ELIZABETH SLAUGHTER, B E B Paris, Ark. Hi Beta Steppo, Book Club, Cur- tain Raisers, Y. WI. C. A. JEANNE SMITH, I4 Allen Place, Columbia, Mo. BLANCHE SMITH, B E B 401 N. 13th St., Frederick, Okla. J. L. W. V., Y. WV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. RILDA SMITH, Cherokee, Okla. J. L. W. V., Art Club, Hi Beta Steppo. CATHERINE SMITH, Z M E 518 N. 5th St., A Leavenworth, Kans. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. HELEN SNAPP, Harrison, Ark. J. L. YV. V. .,..,.,..---f- Y -A -A . ,, . r... 1-'ML A ...... li H :EQ li is an ll ali ,, 13 I I 'I lf! -l Il lla l I5 1 If ,I I tg'Iv5+l'4 L Z A l. J. 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MARTHA STANDLEY, B 2 B Carrollton, Mo. A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hockey Team, Basketball Team. SHIRLEY STEPHENS, H T 1' Coushatta, La. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. FRANCES STANLEY, E I X 820 VV. Broadway, Sedalia, Mo. Y. VV. C. A., Curtain Raisers, J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppo, Asso- ciate Editor, Stephenso-phia Staff. VIRGINIA STIMPSON, E I X 1050 N. Lawrence Ave., Wichita, Kansas Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A. A. Page III Ii:,.,g,.QQg..fQ.ig.i-.TQiiifgijfiiiififiige.QQZ... H f-- '---- -Q' ---L, .... ... , L.. Y.Ei.,.,-4 H--A-2-..' - ' .Y-:sua ,W . A f-A-' -A-22.44 'H---..,..i7.. .ee ,., -H- - . 7 -.Q-.5 1- .......,...,.. Y A Ygrr W N 5 Y 7777777 ,WY Y y W 422.2227 ,LY - Af Irma..-a-.:'--4' Y H" '1,.-:- -Aug I Page 112 VIRGINIA STIPE, Plattsburg, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., A. A. HYACINTH SUTHERLAND, H T 1' 702 E. 14th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. WILLINE STOKES, 9 'I' 121 S. Okfuskee Ave., Wewoka, Okla. Hi Beta Steppo, Hypatia Hex- agon, Hockey Team. AUDREY SWEAT, fi? fb 'P McFall, Mo. J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. VIRGINIA STONE, 423 W. 18th St., Pueblo, Colo. Hfi Beta Steppo, Hockey Team, Curtain Raisers. ' ELIZABETH TALBOT, lor E. 2ISt St., Tulsa, Okla. I. L. W. V. MARY STUART, E I X 120 Terrace Ave., Liberty, Mo. ' Y. W. C. A., Book Club, S. A. B., Stephensophia Staff. lVIlARY FRANCES THOMPSON, 9 T E Gallatin, Mo. J. L. W. V. F I . H I f ,N 'Vw 4 Q ,Q ,S swf 6.- QQ l v i K Q. ! 1 I i l 1 1 V , l 4 i I M .L,. , ,.,,,.,,.,..,.e,:Q-5 -, . , . ..... .v...-..Q1 LB 1.,.....-........, ......,.2.. - g,...a.,.. , ,MQ grrv V V WY,--,Hx-0- h 1 4 . x. V,,,,.u.....,. ...N-.. -..............,-ti., ..- --mf-- .---:I-11.74---r..-...-.5..,.A ... -..- -M . --.....M... ,,.,...,,,,......,,.,.,,-,,, Q--Q.,-e :iw-M-.--...::a. .ff -J-if ,M adm.,-Kwumu.. .-..a,. H.. .vin..mwm-- - ----H - - - ... - A .-,,,.,.. . . . 5 A . r.. ..,.., .. ..,. . 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Page 113 i . 1 Y , ,,,,,,5........-.Sei-Lw-0,f-, ,.,,,,.... W.. Tv.-.--2 .a,- , 1,114 . ,7f.:,.--J--, --.-.v-.f 1 - szflnavw... Page II4 VIVIA VARN DE lVBARK, 9 T E Concordia, Kans. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., J. L. VW. V. LOUISE V. VVALKER, A P A 205 S. Pacific St., Cape Girard-eau, Mb. ' , A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hockey Team, Jr. Basketball Team. MELVA VANDRUFF, Fairfax, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Book Club, Curtain Raisers. ALICE FERN WALLACE, 1' A QP I605 N. 46th St., East St. Louis, Ill. Book Club, Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. JOSEPHINE VAUGHT, B E B 2554 Redick Ave., Omaha, Nebrl French Club, Hi Beta Steppo. lVflARGUERITE E. WATSON, H T T' A 1409 W. 19th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. Hli Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., Home Ec. Club, A. A. HELEN LoU1sE WALKER, 2 1' F, H T 1' Fort Collins, Colo. Hypatia Hexagon, A. A., Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Sec.- Treas. of Hlypatia Hexagon. EMMEREWA WELCH, E I X 69 S. Adams St., Carthage, Ill. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., A. A. -i-il.....,.,,.,,,, ..-- YA CLLL, ,H 7 . -Ve-,....,...I A - 2 -11:-,ee -W A222 N . .,,,.. ,,, L SUSAN WELCH, A P A Richmond, Mo, VIRGINIA WILLIAMSON, E I X 6003 Etzel Ave., St. Louis, Mo. ALICE WILEY, A P A 509 VV. Ferguson St., Tyler, Texas Y. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. ELIN WILLITS, ' eb 'IA fl' Mt. Pleasant, Ia. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., Curtain Raisers. JOYCE WILLIAMS, Hi0ldenville, Okla. Hi Beta Steppog J. L. W. V., French Club. ElVIILY WITTEN, B E B 2220 Ewing St., Los Angeles, Cal. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Home EC. Club, Hi Beta Steppo. BLANCHE WILLIAMS, 1304 East Broadway, Columbia, lVIl0. HlORTENSE VVlOELFLE, 826 Charles St., Cairo, Ill. Y. W. C. A. Page I1 iM.--..,. ......-,...,--.L,---........ -As...v--miA---1,-M---W--f-we -if-Qjm-' ""' "' "' " """"""' ' A -...,..,- -W . 2 ..- A .. -M,,.,,,--.,....,.,--,,fAf,,..- .-l2J:.-T--A-W .I Q. Page II6 WILMA ' VViONN, Garden City, Kans. Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Hockey Team. A EMILY Rose WYLIE, 601 West xqth, Oklahoma City, Okla. Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo 1. L. W. V. I EVELYN WRAY, B 2 B 844 Wilkinson St., Shreveport, La. Y. W. C. A., H'i Beta Steppo. ELLEN WILSON YOHE, E I X 507 West Center St., Fairfield, Ill. A. A., Aft Club. VIVIAN WRENN, K A fl? 1533 Willis Ave., Ohaha, Nebr. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A., A. A., J. L. W. V., Curtain Raisers. LUCILLE ZIMMERMAN, Q XII 4242 Hartford, St. Louis, Mo. MARY E. WRIGHT, 1064 22nd St., Des Moines, Ia. Glee Club, A. A. Amhvmz ELLIS NOEL TILDEN JOHNSTON President --- ..... ........ J ANP: ELLIS Vice-President H, --- LUCILLE JOHNSTON 1 Secretary-Treasurer ..... --- MARGARET TILDEN 4 " S. A. B. Representative ....-.....-- ---------.- V IVIAN NOEL The Academs met last September to elect their ofiicers, not one group as they hadbeen before, but as two separate classes. These new Freshmen and Sophomores chose their class officers, and immediately began to make plans for group activities. A "good time" in the recreation room was an early fall activity of the academs. They danced and got acquainted. Somehow, friends made over hot chocolate and dough-nuts seemed to last. Any of the student or faculty fishermen will vouch for the academ fish pond at the S. A. B. carnival. Tfhere was sure to be a bite every time, and the fish were likely to be anything from rubber dolls to a bag of peanuts. A swimming party was one of the best times that the Academs had this year. The girls enjoyed the plunge, the water fights, and the hot-dogs so much that they decided to make the swimming party an annual event. VVorking up a basket-ball team was one of the winter activities of the "Acs" this year. The girls got more than exercise from the scrimmages up in the gym, and from now on you can count on an Academ basketball team every vearq ffge IIS , LUCILE BURRALL, 625 Taylor Ave., Pittsburg, Penn, Glee Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. FANITA DOLL, Nfew York City, N. Y. Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., Hockey Team, A. A., Art Home Economics Club. H'AZEL COWLEY, 275 Prospect Ave., Brooklyn, New York Book Club, Art Club, Hli Beta Steppo, J. L. W. V. JANE ELLIS, 2324 Fowler, Ave., Omaha Nfebr. Hi Beta Steppo, French Curtain Raisers. LORRAINE DE LOZIER, 1224 E. Fairview Place, Sapulpa, Okla. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Hockey Team. ALICE HUNZINGER, 1228 Fremont Ave., Davenport, Ia. Hi Beta Steppo. DIXIE DOLL, I New York City, N. Y. Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, junior ,Io-llies. Lois LYELL, 709 Marshall Ave., Lincoln, Nebr. Club, Club, Page 119 Page 120 MARCILE MATTHEWS, IIO2 Coolidge Ave., Wichita, Kans. Y. VV. C. A. BETTY MIxoN, Menden, La. Home Economics Club, HI Beta Steppo. RUTH MCKENZIE, I 9 Allen Place, O ' Columbia, Mo. I , . VIA N . . x lb' Pi4iS'. W ,J fb- YDW .A.,0A.,4Cl 111' Beta OD' St o A A A' If LA B MXQGARET MEADE, Hays, Kans. Hi Bela: Steppo, Art Club, Y. W. C. A., A. A. JOSEPHINE REYNOLDS, 9 T E Lakoma Country Club, Omaha, Nebr. VIRGINIA MINSHALL, 1402 So. Giuthrie, Tulsa, Okla. ROBINETTE ROBINSON, 5806 Clemens, St. Louis, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo. - V- .. ,-. We-1 :g'.L..:--:zz f,.1:,,.fm.,-Aff :M A - - E V- A - E W- '- IRENE Rocxcwoon, . 2200 West D. St. Oklahoma City, Okla. Y. VVT. C. A. l -1 , , i il .RUTH SHIRE, , ge' ,mx 2221 She1'1dan'A'lBlvdj, ,l,"' Lineol,n,'1'lNbbr. ig ' . A . 223.4 law, I ,ln ,Killa ik , , Ui,,,, lf, , ,4, 4. . ,. .. TE!! I-Amir: . 1 , f' '- ' " ' I - . ,. - 1- .. ' , f 5 1 1 . - A. ' ' ' x ,21 f 4 . J ff' ,Ii 1 l,l ,ly .1 I, P jg uw' ,' lf' if t if . Q . '4 1 'A .1 . 4 4 4 a f pf ,f yy X I ' ll Vibviiiyiii QZQUNBDTREE, ff. I 1 Haig 1 .N.P.1w ,mr l ' ,xhw . AQ, St. sIllclJduisl,' I-lil. ,llc ,Xiu- Hi Beqa,fs!tef5plp.'- tl 5 ' .y f .f -. MARGARET TILDEN, 43 White Place, Bloomington, Ill. Art Club, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo, Illini Club, A. A., Treasure of Academ Class. ANNE SHELEY, Columbia, Mo. lVllARTHA TRUEBLOOD, 414.7 Chestnut Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Hi Beta Steppo, Art Club, Home Economics Club. VIRGINIA SHELTON, 311 Waugh Ave., Columbia, Mo. Page 121 ji' ""' iidlli' ' l Page 12? OUR SCHOOL I Music and Words by NIILDRED MEUSER Stephens, loved school With pride and joy we sing of thee Our voices raise, we sing the praise Off your classic beauty and your ten Ideals Maroon and Gold, our hearts enfold We bind our lives to thee, And we'll depart with aching heart For we're always loyal To. Stephens, Our school. TO ALMA MATER l Tune: Londonderry Air. Words by Corinne Pedigo To Alma Mater let us turn in reverence,- V A toast to Stephens hallowed memories, For though we wander far without her treasured walls Our thoughts return in homage to her name. We love her gates, so stately-yet so welcoming, Wae lo-ve her tower and ivy m-antled walls We love her spirit ever ling'ring in our hearts And we will honor Stephens 'till the last day falls. Qbrgan izativni -..v. 4 -u 351 4,0 ' x 4, .. . - ' ' ,wr , 1 ,W . V . 9 ,, K S .tw Mfg' M1-Mfg .1 J. W, . 1 4- . 21,24 -V . ,. . gr ,l,,lu, .,, V. .. N, . A , , ,L f ,Nfl-.V-Y 5- W Q F -Q 'ffx,'-ff 'L ,ii 'tie' -fha. m:,r'4 -' x ' ' , f A -, , fbif 4141- :Q 1- , - ' f Vi , , ,- ,, .V ,1-, 44172 -.,. A 1 -ff 'iff' f- f .. .,...,..-,,, F President ...... --- CLARA BEARDSLEE Ist Vice-President -- ...... -, HELEN CRQWE 2nd Vice-President .... --- - --- KATHLEEN FOUNTAIN The Stephens part of the class forms only part of the large membership. Each of the four divisions, University women, Christian College, University men, and Stephens College, has its own Leadership Group which meets once a week in charge of the class officers. Every Friday there is an officers meeting where questions are answered and plans are discussed. Such an organized group of over a thousand students is in itself a wonder. But the spirit of friendship and the daring and courage to uphold ideals are qual- ities which make our class truly remarkable. Rain or shine we come from every corner o-f Columbia to crowd the entrance of the auditorium, and then to settle our- selves for an hour of inspiration and thought. Miss Burrall, the founder of the class, and guardian of its spirit, is not only our teacher-she is the personal friend of almost every member. Page 123 ' lg:-n ami! e 'VCC'-Q-Y' M 1'f' f 'i'ff"fZf.,CL.lfllIffff' .J A Page 124 THE ART CLUB President ..... .................... R U1-H BFARDSLEY Vice-President -,--- --- BERNADINL AGLE Secretary-Treasurer --- ....... MAURINE HULT S. A. B. Representsative --- ........Q.... GRACE JONES Sponsor ,,,..................... Miss HELEN I ANDERSON When we see a notice in the hall, "Come to Art Club, members all," There comes to us a vision queer Of vivid spots and varies amear, Of colored smocks and flowing ties, Of brilliant paints and batik dyes, Of figures made from soap and clay, QHOW long they'll last, no one can sayj And subjects in "still-life", 'tis said, CBut not connected with the deadj Of silken drapes and co-lored vase, Talented members, artistic grace, Their purpose of the highest bid:- "To do a little bit better than Angelo i L... .. - W.- . . ,Lg W-Wx? V , , ,i.,..-an-Y f :ggi-...s-...,,,,,1 L,.-...- A ...A . ., ' :WAR ' '15 "T - eaea 1 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President ----------------..-. ........ K ATHERINE SPRINGER Vi0e'P1'eSid6Hf -----------------.---.. -- BESSIE TROWBRIDGE Secretary-Treasurer ........-....,....,-,-,,,- HELEN HALL S. A. R6Z7T6S6?ZtdtiU6 .... .........-.,----- E DITH HASNER Sponsor --............-............. Miss WILMA HAYNES , A. A.! Of course it means Athletic Association, but it also means "always active". The numerous pairs of knickers that one sees crossing the campus at all hours of the day proves that. The Athletic Association's biggest aim is to develop in all of Stephens the quality of good-sportsmanship, and the realization that a healthy body is a requisite to happy life. VVe had a fine example of good sportsmanship at the first of the year of which we are very proud. Our first meeting took the form of a roast at Gordon's Lake and . . . it rained. But do you think that there was a fumble! Not one. The annual circus takes in every member and each one is given the chance to show just how dependable and original she is. The animals, pink lemonade, saw- dust, and side-shows take us back to childhood days. Various awards are also given at different times during the year, such as, numerals, letters, sweaters, cups, and the famous blanket which is so coveted by all. And so, combining work with play we have gotten a graat deal of enjoyment out of the year 1926. Page 125 "'1 1 ,,, W- THE BOOK CLUB President ...... --- JANE ANDERSON Vice-President --- --- ALLENE BEEGLE Secretary-Treasurer ..... -- GERTRUDE BIANN S. A. B. Representpative --- ....... NIARY STUART Sponsor ............... ......... D R. LOUISE DUDLEY That we might not be limited in our friendships to those who are on the cam- pus, the Book Club was organized May 19, 1925, sponsored by Dr. Dudley, and straightway the interest in modern literature grew and flourished. There are two classes of members, active and life. The life members are alumnae who give a book annually for ten years. To becomve an active member of Book Club it is necessary to have taken or to be taking English Literature. After a formal application has been made and ac- cepted, the 1nem.bers are required to give a book approved by a committee for that purpose to the club library. The book is then reviewed for the benefit ofithe mem-- bers at one of the regular meetings. I Page I26 A 'Aww LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Pfesldeni --------- --------- ..--....... - C LARA BEARDSLEE Secretary-Treasurer ....... ..,,, ,,--,,-- L E ONA BEDFORD S. R6p7'6S6ntdfiU6 ....... ,- ,...------ VIRGINIA POfLLOCK Sponsor ---------.--.--.-. ............. lN TISS WHITTAKER Sprmsvv' -------------.---- ...... - - - .... Miss PAPE Le Cercle Francais has for its aim the development of a deeper enthusiasm for spoken French and for the French people. V This season the chief feature of the monthly meetings was the presentation of short., one-act French plays. Among there were "Cinderella,', "I-ittle Red Riding I-Food", and "VVilliam Tell" France and Switzerland were the subj ects of interesting discussions, while musical numbers and French games added variety to the programsl A very charming Christmas party at the Faculty House, and a most enjoyable tea at Miss Pape's home were the outstanding social features of the year. "The Salon de Beaute" in the Civic Association Carnival was a decided success. Page 127 ' .. "WIT, ' W, I , , HW, 1 , .um YYYV Y-. ,. ff YY,Y Aiwa? l I i 1 1 GLEE CLUB President --,,.-,-,,, A -- GERTRUDE PRATHER Secretary-Treasurer .... ...... F REDA DAVIES S. A. B. Representative --- .......... CORINNE PEDIGO Director ........................ Miss KATHERINE FARRAH The Glee Club is larger this year than it has been in previous years. Several times in the quiet Vesper ho-ur we have heard the Glee Club sing. Concerts have been given during the year, and the Grlee Club has been the first to enter into Stephens new addition-that of the radio. , Under the direction of Miss Katherine. Farrah, it was Worked hard throughout the entire year and has been quite successful. The Glee Club has not accomplished all that it could have, because of the other college activities in which it has 'taken part. ' Page 128 ---- -N Y ,,,:Lf:" -H'-1' I r 1 1 1 1 l 1 , 1 w 1 1 1 N 1! 1 N l li l V Vu lu 1+ i My ,Wy 11 ""l wi .-....,..,....i..... .... --........-:.....g.....'............. ...,....,....,.,,,.. . ,. , HI BETA STEPPO Eta Pill Chapter Founded at Stephens College, February 26, 1916 Purpose ----------.-.... To aid Suffering and H0-mesickness C0101'S --- -----.--.-...... Pink and Green FIOWCI' -- .--.- ..... C astor Bean Pill-ars 510815 High Pill -..-..... ........ - - -- BERNICE KURRUS Next Most High Pill ...............,.,.... ROSALIE HILL Capsulerof Records and Aspirin of the Treasury .....,..---,-, - ...-................ ........... ll 'IARGARET THURMAN Sp0nS0r ............ ................ lX IISS WILMA HAYNES There are no repressive or formidable qualifications for membership in Hi Beta Steppo, the sorority that is "diff'erent". One has only to be a good sport, maintain a democratic spirit, and possess a keen sense of humor. The purpose of Hi.Beta is to create fun in the highest degree. The sensible and commonplace are scorned. The sorority's chief function is to cure home- sickness, and develop boundless pep among the students. Hli Beta has sponsored many activities on the campus. Will we ever forget the Wild, hilarious night we had initiation, or the Spring dance when we all stepped out from the pages of a Mother Goose book? We all need Hi Beta. It was indeed a wise man who said: "A little non- sense now and then is relished by the best of men." Page 129 .... -, , ff- - , ..., L., ....--?.em..,.s-.-- ,,i,-9...-Q, ,, , xv..- v .H -W , Y , M .Le .W OFFICERS president ----,- .... G ERALDINE AGGAS Vice-President .... ...... J EANE KISTLER ' Secretary ..... .... E LIZABETH TAURNER S, A, B, --, ............. HOPE ROCKER Tfeagm-er n ,.,.,....-.. .......... M ARGARET ELLEN BREMER The Home Economics Club is composed of' the girls who are interested in the field of Home Economics and who expect to take up such work after they have finished their college education. a The members believe that good food is the way to far greater and more en- joyable things than a man's heart. They cause it to form a bond between the class room home economics course and a series of' delightful social gatherings. Three important activities, the Scientific Eating Campaign, the Style Show and the Grooming Campaign, were sponsored by the Club. The club meets once a month and the programs consist of problems which girls might meet in every day life, and tho-se which they might meet if' they continued in their work in Home Economics. Page I 30 .. , -.,f.-Lff,..A,Q.,.f:fY, Y.. V WW-L Y Y W --W .T V Aii, -f- W- 1-,-seffvdrpf-,-.gg,.--,rke.-f.4+-..u-w1.,--.ve.-.-v.-..:,1f,- .,,,, ggi V, Z Y-KP V KYA 1 V CURTAIN RAISERS President ------------.-..... ..... .... H E LEN EASTLAND Vi06-P7'6Sid6rLi -.----...... ..... F RANGES MIL1LSPAUGH Sevrefflry -----.-.......-.....-.... .... D RUSA DELAHOYD Treasurer .......-...................... DOROTHY SMITH S. A. B. Representative ........,... --- BERNADlNE BQWNE Because of the wide spread interest in dramatic work and the advantages of- fered by the club in this line Curtain Raisers has had a most instructive and en- tertaining year. Programs of dramatic readings and production of one-act plays has furnished the girls with opportunities to discover and develop- dramatic talent. A special coach was provided this year for the club's plays and a number of budding actresses were discovered and appreciatively received. As sponsor, Miss Boyer proved most efficient and willing to cooperate and make the club reach its highest possibilities. It was she who instituted the new coach, Miss Betty Hill, andfas head of the dramatic department she supervised ac- tivities with an interested and experienced eye. A A number of short plays were put on in mwass meeting and a general study of the one-act play created a broader understanding of that phase of the drama. Page 131 . A,i,...,............. W, . , ,,..... .-...ww ..,..t. ........ .......,.......1..........,..,,.,........4. HYPATJI A HEXAGOQN President ,,--.............................. MARIE PIEPER Vice-President ...... ..... ......... C L EORAH BIRD Secretary-Trefasurer ..... -- HELEN LOUISE WTALKER S. A. B..eReipresentative -- --- MILDRED LEINWEBER Sponsor ................................ MRS. CALLOWAY Mathematical minds are not always too practical, for proof, we are both liter- ally and figuratively star-gazers. Shooting stars hold no terrors for us since we have started the astronomy class under our sponsor's guidance. Then, for the fig- urative part, we areudreamers who talk about the curves of a healing wound, and think of them when the relationship of mathematics to all natural laws shall be thoroughly understood. l l Last, and quite important, is the fact that we shall be graduated in the art of tea- making by the end of the year. We fast become epicures at the charming meetings at Mrs. Calloway's home. There, mathematics mingle with fellowship in a ratio which makes us enjoy ourselves to the full. .3436-J,?? . . are i . wr... ..,,,,- r Zn-l l i N , l i r , S I SORORES ARVALES President -------------.--... .-..... F RANGES BERKEMEYER Vi0f"P7'6Sid611i -----................ .... E LIZABETH BROXVN S6CV6f6l?'y-T1'6aS2H'er .................. JosEPH1NE FLANAGAN I S. A. B. RepT6S6ntafiUe ....,.,,,-,,----,,---- ALICE HOYES Sorores Arvales is a club for girls primarily interested in Latin, the Romans, and Latin literature. At the various meetings interesting talks have been given and slides have been shown to give a better knowledge of the private life of the Romans, Roman games, the Roman's way of telling time, Roman architecture and interesting excavations that have been made in recent years. Sorores Arvales has as one of its chief aims the idea of writing helpful instructions with genuine pleasure. What mem-ber of Sorores Arvales could ever forget that night in May, when she was a Roman, clad in a toga, reclining on a luxurious cloud, and eating typical Roman food without the aid of a knife, fork, or spoon? In addition it was the pleasant privilege of this club to entertain the members of the Classical Club of Missouri University. The Latin Club endeavors to reach all the girls who are taking Latin or who are interested in Latin, or to overcome ill-founded impressions that they may .have that Latin is a dead language or one particularly difficult to understand. Page 133 y l I lxn1'., A, THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS President .,,,, --- FRANCES BLACKBURN Vice-President ..... ..M. K ATHERINE WADDELL Sgcretary-Treasurer ,T,-- ,,- MARY FRANCES THOMPSON S. A. B. .Representative --- .--.. CELESTE ABBINGTON The, Junior League of Women Voters made a place for itself this year by being responsible for the hundred per cent vote which was rcast in the spring elec- tions. T'he organization 'also did active work in the furthering of clean politics and the promotion of democracy among the students. Another product of the League this year is the Campus Council. This group is composed of twenty leading girls elected by the League who meet andtdiscuss campus problems. In the spring questionnaires were sent to the Stephens Alumnae asking them whether or not they were taking part in any public affairs or whether they were a member of the league in their community. Tfhe purpose of this work is to sec if the training the students get in citizenship at Stephens College carries over into their lives after they leave the school. , The Junior League is under the auspices of the National League of VVomen Voters, and as a Junior branch of such, it follows the principles, and practices the policies of the National League in so far as it is possible on the campus. Through- out the year the organization secured many prom-inent speakers interested in public affairs. Page 134 - ' nl-H - , lla. I L, Wg-,Q W N- , Y Actusiuw K x . X .1 - , 'lr 1- fa my km , 4 ,, if - . A . , ,f W ,rv-N -Q ,,.s,-' 'ff " we .., , . www fi: Ni A fm M ' ff. 'if 'L 1. ff -1' f Q W awk! ,.i,n?" 15" kg? fa , my ,,, an 1,'S 1 . ' ' Arhlmm ff-fl. ,....g -- Page 135 Page 726 KATHERINE REDD, Carrollton, Missouri Winner of the Stephens Blanket ATHLETICS 1925-1926 As never before, athletics have taken a place in the lives of girls. Twenty years ago girls' schools offered very refined calisthenics for the boarding school student, and Stephens was no exception. A few years after the Civil lVar con- ditions were much worse, and girls instead of playing tennis, hiking, and living in the out-of-doors as much as possible as they do now, sat in the parlors with a milder equivalent of "Flaming Youth" and ate chocolates. To-day Stephens is better equipped with athletic facilities and opportunities than the majority of girls, schools. The new hockey field and the new tennis courts are in continual use showing that the Stephens' girl has been initiated into the oys of fresh air, wholesome exercise and good ol' sunshine. Hiking was popu- lar in the Fall and Spring along with horseback riding and croquet. Horseshoe pitching was a favorite also particularly among the long-armed girls. "Our athletic pro-gram is planned so that the mass will benefit and not just a few individualsw, said Miss Haynes, and no one who had seen the gymnasium classes playing hockey last Fall could doubt that all the girls were getting their full share of attention and exercise. This year athletic work has been particularly spirited. The enthusiasm and good sportsmanship shown in the inter-sorority basketball games in which the Theta Taus championed, was only a sample of the splendid spirit shown 'throughout the year. The standard for the Stephens sweater was raised to one thousand points this year for the first time. Each individual requirement in points was increased pro- portionally. Ten girls made the grade by fulfilling the requirements in hiking, swimming, the keeping of health cards, and participation in the major sports. The sweater winners were: Katherine Redd, Bessie Trowbridge, Mary Henschel, Clara Beardslee, Frances Blackburn, Nancy Kate Duckett, Bernice Kurrus, Madeleine Davis, Catherine Springer, a.nd Dblores Guyman. The niuch-coveted Stephens blanket which is awarded to the best all-around girlxi each year, was presented to Katherine Redd. S The swimming meet was held in April. The track meet was held in the fol- lowing month and its features were: dashes, hurdles, the running high-jump, the basketball throw, and the baseball throw. The rivalry between the Junior and Senior classes was at its highest pitch during the Junior-Senior basketball game in which the rivals played two games, the seniors were victorious in both games. The inter-sorority baseball games proved the Stephens girl's ability to 'think quickly, hit hard, and run fast. So it is with swimming, hiking, horseback riding, basketball, tennis, Croquet, horseshoe pitching, and baseball that the Stephens girls are fitted for the big battlfb of life and given a love of sports that lasts a life-time. Page I37 1 1 1 1 1 1 J lulgiiii iiijj"g?i:i"Tj'f'fTjiTji:iiig1'TTi1?f'ffjig-- .fIlQ.1f....iIi.2l,.g.--Q.Q..g1...i,i..Zg-.Zll.ffIf-.17T4iTfZQ..TN'ff-ffl--,QM---5:1--.-1W.-mwi 1 Y-11-in-f-W---N-H-MM1-M--W-11 11 1 - 1 11 4-' 1 11 +1- W' ' b T :5.:iff:::::12:: 1 1 1 fMr,W,,,, . .. W.- ,..., W . - -. - , .- . .. . 1 ,4 ' f I 1 , I F i 1 1 I 1 f I 1 1 1 1 11 1 ' 1 , I H 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 I Y 1 E 1 141 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 l 11 ' 1 1 - 1 1 11 i 1 I 1 X I 1 1 N 1 1 1 1' i 1 E 1 V 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 T ' 1 1 1 5 1 . 1 1 1 X, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -, 1 1 I 1 1 111 1 U Q 1 I I 1 E Q 1 5 1 1 1 11 ji 1 1 ' . 1 1 1 . 4 A 5 91 1 15 1 1 ' C. BEARDSLEE D. GUYMAN H 111 F. BLACKBURN N. K. DUCKETT M. DAWS 1 U L.....1Za.ge..J38....--.....,. .... - ..., WM..- .,.. .,- .. ,,... -.-,-,...,,,,,., ,,,.,,,,.,,.mm-,,-,.,,,,-,,--Nahumv W-HWHWW if 1 1----Mf-------1- 111f my-MN4-1-fm--0 111l-- XV.--111-M Qtwq -WWW-h-M-A---W--W-M.-M.-- ..... . .... - .iLt1"f:111fi:iRi'-N1-'-'A-'--f 1 11 LL.-................-.-..... .... M..-.....,.,.-.,- .,,, ..,.., ,,..,,,-,,.-...,,-,,,-.,M .Y A '1 A -1" 1 Nia.,--,,. ,.-. -mvri Y-Hwwux. 1,-..-..g,.,, A-...wmuf U.-..a,N.....:-J. 1, sfxua-J n -r - 1 -A ,- .. ....f.,f,,--. W., ...-up -,,.- .- 1, V-Awr.-...-...--Q-.1.f,.......--.mww 1 -,.x 6.4 1f,- i-..-..,. - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 - .... - Y.. -.. - ---. -.. .,,7 ..., 1 M. HENSCHEL K. REDD B. 'IXRONVBRIDGE M A Pzlgffr 139 C. SPRINGER B. KURRUS If l i HOCKEY TEAMS With the beginning of school in September, hockey practices began. As usual it created great enthusiasm and spirit which lasted long after the final contest was held. On Thanksgiving Day in slippery mud, 'neath cold heavy rain the Senior- Junior championship game was fought. At the end of the first half the score was a tie and so it remained for Miss Lindsay declared the iniirmary too small to ac- commodate both teams and rooters at the same time. Page 140 'H' "ni-' I W I J RED CROSS LIFE-SAVERS Great enthusiasm was shown this year in advanced swimming and life-saving. Early in October the girls started training, working eagerly until the examina- tion in December. Another examination in the spring was offered for those who failed to take or to pass the former one. . Page 141 9 i l -- , ,, , V ---ff-T- --1 - w - Z , V--,.v,,msii 'sig YY Y Y V YH , ,mYA,,,,g, ,--.,. , - - ,tl------gl,-,A - --W -- -f, :H ' :aqx.':.zx-fi'-'mn-:ez-zfzwrf ' n S 1,1 lu HORSEBACK RIDERS CLUB This the second year of organized horseback riding at Stephens, produced a great number of interested equestriennes. Q l Under the supervision of Miss Haynes and efficient students, the equestrian sport has become a valuable part of Stephens College Athletics. i I 1 ? In if Il QE 'F N 4 Q' 1 1' H I 1 L l 5 N fl Page 142 5 , it 5 l Q QLf"if.ggQ.-. S 'mi t1LlfQZ ' N-gjlfffffIfflffllfflflijffil1'jf1Tl""Nj1TjL1fff7""""""""""""""""'J 9 - 7.77m-. f---Ya,.......g- sw- ,.,, Y W , ,, i , -4--.4,.,..,.,..-Q....-.,,,..-1 ..,,,.....-n..., ., W. """"-"-f--V--X-a-....---s-,-,,f., , ..., ""'1-'ls-s-vv-f,.s--n.,,w..,.n-..K..x.v-0.,.,..g., X.. ,J-..,e.- . ....a,4....' -- Y-,.-.,,..-M V , A , ,, ,.V..,-a...............-................-.-............,,h..,.Y ,..,....a........c....,.-.l ,..-.-.,..,.,..... . ,...,. ..,.,,, l l ..--Aa A i INTER-SOIRORITY BASKESTBALL TOURNAMENT Centers --- ......... - ..... .... - HERTZ, REARDON Forwards ...... - .......-.......... .... H OSTETTER-, DUNN Guards .... ........................ H ALL HiIETT ' -' '-'---ee-'M----J-Md-'------N----Aw--.Nm -....,,. .. -.,,,,, ,,,N.,,,,,N,,,,c,,,,,,, ,..,.-v...,,,.t i x 2 5 l 5 a 5 a i 5 G f 5 3 3 E E fr il al 3+ i E 3 l Subs, .,....... --- MULHOLLAND, HUTCHINSON, DELEHOYDE The Basketball tournament this year, was as enthusiastic and spirited as it was well-fought and hard contested. After the usual process of elimination Theta Tau Epsilon and Delta Rho Alpha were the contestants for the silver-loving cup. By a skillful battle the Theta T'aus won the cup. A losing tournament was played, which was won by the Eta Upsilon Gamma team. Page 143 S , 'W' W W' ' QA--7'-U...-- .V .1,..,- W. , 1 .T Mn-,,.N ............-...-..-...,.f.....,.-..-..wT,..,,.,,,.. ....,-.,a...,., ...- . ,... ., , ...,-,-,.. ..,..,.....,,.,..A.-....,-.... -- - -- ----- .,,......-H.-... ,. ,Y,Y -mv.--v-V- ,..............- fi-, ,.,............-.-,.,,.......A... .......,....,.,...-,.....,,..... ,..v,.........,..........-.......-..-.-. .......... -- ... , . Huhliratinn haul Page 146 LAUDAMUS TE Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Ever will our hearts be turned to thee, Patron thou of love and duty, S Stately in thy classic beauty, Daughters proud to claim thy name are Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Steadfast we forever and a day, In devotion laudatory, Ever strong to chant thy glory, Nos laudamus te, Alma Mater, Nos laudamus, laudamus te. Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, WC. Steadfast is our hope, our faith in thee, Through the years that Wait before us, In thy future yet more glo-rious, Constant will our real affection be, Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Be to us a beacon light for aye, Leading on toward great endeavor, In each heart the words forever: Nos laudamus te, Alma Mater, Nos laudamus, laudamus te. Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Dear the mem'ries of thy hallowed hal Till our hearts "within us burning, We in spirit still returning, ls, Dwell Within the towered and ivied walls, Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Lingers still in dreams our gowned arr Till each sister long departed, Swells the chorus, joyous-hearted Nos laudamus te, Alma Mater, Nos laudamus, laudamus te. 33' J fl ' ti , W1 v Top Row: STARKEY, NIOORE, STUART, SMITH. Second row: MITCHELL, BEEGLE, HIETT, BIULHOL-LAND, STANLEY. STEPHENSOPHIA STAFF V Editor ------------------- -..---........ - -- LOUISE HIETT BuSi7'L6S8 Manager ...... ...... .,-.,,,.. , - ALLENE BEEGLE Faculty Adviser ....... --- ADAH PEIRCE Here we have allowed a small space into which we shall cram our tale of woe, the history of our successes, and the recording of our failures. There are nine in this group of to-ilers. Each of the nine has dutifully, cheerfully and some- times wearily put into play her originality and her sincere efforts. No group has ever shown more enthusiasm in the face of Defeat than has this one. VVe have worked and looked forward to the completion of our goal until we are weary-too weary to continue our tale. Page 147 , , ,,5,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , .-V..-,f v.-Y,.. .H--w ,- ,-................- V ---.....L-,gr ..,....-,, , , , ..,,.,::7,.,... ,A ,V , W Y, ,:,i was g Y,-Wu' f....,.. VYY. A 1, 1 1 1 . The shouting and the tumult Cwhich 'is occasioned while assembling five STEPHENS STANDARDSQ having died, and all the memory of the hard work having departed, there remains, in the heart of the STANDARD board, only the memory of the satisfaction which comes from seeing STANDARDS, richly spiced with ink and hard work, come from the printers. A Delta Phi has truly enjoyed trying its hand at publication this year, and its fondest hope is that it may have succeeded, even in the smallest measure, in "keeping the STANDARD up to standard." BOARD OF EDITORS: Florence Robinson, Editor-in-chief, Frances Blackburn, Dorothea Houghton, Julie Moore, Mary Gordon, L.ucy Mercer, Virginia Voorheis. BUSINESS BOARD: Mary Eldred Campbell, Businesslvfanagerg Irene Abbott, Advertising Manager, Marguerite Deham, Virginia Miller. Page 148 ........-,1...e..,..'..,.,,.,,.,-L-,.u .ifrir-.17 ,V ,,,,,..,?,1 my-,,,,V Y Mm.,-v vvLna- A, W Y Y A-4 nwhtta M Y Y W Wu at - ' A---A----X---H--1----I-.6 1 of 11 V 1 i 1 ..-li 1 ,M .11 11 l Y1 il '1 1111. ,E E, lg' IQ, 31,15 11 3 f"1i l -......--.,,,j 3 ..,.,..i EF --.0..........,-.-..-.....! Etna Zflhvala Gluurtmag in zpvvrh aah artinwa. Hnrtnfutueaz tin arrnniplizhing what nm' main nut tn hu. P lavalth in hnhg. 'iannrntg in mnrh aah hvrh. millingnvza tn hizriplian nnvmflt. tn hu the hiaagrrvahlv tank, tht taak nav umulh rathvr nut hu. ilinuv nf fzrhnlarnhip mhirh in rarvtul aah maart. Apprvriatinn nt' tht' hrautitnl an an iatimatv aah integral part nf nach lite. itiruvrrnre tmuarh tip: zpiritnal. Behiratinn tn ummanlg nvruirr in thv inter- vut nt' nntfn hnnw, nrufa trivnhz, aah nmfz rnmmunitg. fllllaintvnanrv nf a rhrerfulnwaa nt mannvr aah a happg nutlnnk nn lite. Q 3 1' M 11, , '. x .M ' -M: -4, -T -ff 4 M2 iw' THE -TEN IDEALS I This new feature of the "Stephensophia" is dedicated to the successful exten- sion of the Ten Ideals of Stephens College. L Ten girls chosen from a list of names compiled from a student questionnaire, faculty suggestions, and recommendations of representative students on the cam- pus were selected, after study and consideration, as the girls who best represented and typified each Ideal. . In making these selections the faculty and student committees have spent time and thought, acting impartially and unprejudicedly in the interest of Stephens and her standard as expressed in the Ten Ideals. Girls most outstanding were named who fulfilled every requirement of the standard by which they were judged-a standard of good citizenship, high scholarship, worthy activities engaged in, and true service to the school. , This, the section of the Ten Ideals, the Stephensophia now submits to you. I I p o I Page 149 so 1 il L Yf"'w,u-W .42 vaas -I Inf? l Unsung int" 1 F 1 :eg 1 1 , C 1 1 1 11 11 H 13 11 I 1 ? 1' 1 1 : I .Af 31 P11 1i 1 wif II 119 ' 151 111 1611 .V 5111 if iff? 1 1 211 1111 .pg 14:5 I 111 A Hi 4 W 9 1, 111 1 : . fill 5 3111 f ggi I 11, . I1 : 5 4. y . 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 K1 ,il W2 14 11 31' 1 . 1 ,1 Pagx' 750 NIILDRED BIEUSER Courtesy in Speech and Action ,, ,., ,, , , ,, I I III VI :I II I2 I? TV 'I , , I I: E ii I, 4, I5 1 I as ' E ,Z I ,. I 'I' :TI IIQI IIIII If I I Il I I II III u IIf 'III IIE I' II I II I3 LII I 2I' I Q12 1 1' LI ,I if I - I I is :S V EI I :II I III TID wg I I I I III III I l I I I, E III I .3 E3 I, I, fl 52' II' I I I 1, Iz I II I I I I , , I I I I I , il I, II I I I I II I I I ,f III I ,II , IIE If II 'I fi II I I I ' I I I I QI ' I I' Ili 'I I I III: Ngi ' I 5 I I I L LEWVINE HOEFER Forcefulness in accomplishing what one sets out to do Page 151 I 1 i s V 1 Q ,Wm ,,,,, WWW. 1 P 152 DOLORES GUYMAN Health in body .r, L.. ,NA ,Rm Q ' ff:-'W-:M ---W Mr"-' ' Q1 "1 ,.. ,,.. .,.,..,. .,..,., ',g, Vi! wir .e e e Ji 4 ' ' f 4. 11 wa ly in i , ! VI ,, Q ,lj ' : 1 fe Q lv' iii ?"liN U H EEY Vg! mu' igl' 'ii l Wi .,.y s i i xl? :Ei 1? :El ,IE Ili 2 1 x ii WW 1 ,F 5 ,i 1 'L ef e J' LJ 'Q' ' ri x 1 vi? ,mf "Vik if A N 1 I N iff J- ,' ' arf A , , Nm NULL ETUE SX H R J -J ,J H ' 'km Honesty zn word and deed e' 1 ' ' , . , "Mb -'M ' v If x l , " fe - 41 f ew' Page 1,3 ' ' . at 1 ,fy . 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K A-4-4-ML I 1 Azwljiil " LOUISE HTETT Willingness to discipline oneself to do the disagreeable task, the task rather not do Page 154 one would . , "I A , ,., . . 1 'wh "A W" " 1 1 1 11 11 I r 1 1 1 111 E1 'I 11 I 11 11 '11 1,31 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 511 xgf 1,11 111: is 1 1 1 1 5 1 I 1 1'J 1 1 1 1 1 ,Q 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 SUMIRE OKAZAKI Love of Scholarship which is careful and easacf Page 155 Ei ff Z e rf ,Tf. ,,. Ai un 1 'il' 19 ig' Iii A F 1 3 g g t tl W 5 4 5 1 AV 3 I N ww ,S W H lg: , if, f t,, I1 K . iq sf ,V .N 1. I I 5 ..!f mi if ' It K ff 4 'E gf . V' 11' t . :Hu ' K' fin? 12:5 Vi? V 'y.! I K wa, I Eg! 1 E 5 51: Z 1 is 5 i , t i :Q t A t ii? e z 5 , fi 5 M . ,. 51 , 'I f ii , 2 it 5, t i I .J e H Q U ii E1 I 'E E I i E 1 E r i 5 E t 4 5 4 . 5 I E I e t O s n E CLARA BEARDSLEE Appreciation of the beautiful as intimate and integral part of one's life Page 156 ,---.-.- I w X li 1 F E 5 n 3x ,xi F1 3 5 5 I 2 5? fl iw li Q 1 ! gf I 1 f v 3 5 fi 5 2 4 1 4 E 1 I l a I W, , L W H as vp 1 r 6 .. " Y X , M mr . -P., ' '11 , TJEQAY 'K 3' f ' 4 'r . n LUCY MERCER J ' .. -4 Reverence toward thefvpirztual . ' , U 5 Page 757 ,J ' A " 'J I I K W A r 1 4 i n i I i I 1 E Y 5 1 1 i u 4 2 1 f r r l 5 1 e f v 2 I . , I uwt I f It 3'- 5 'I 1 2 I I 3 IIE f i I 5 I 3 Z5 HI gs EI 5? fi fi I ! M Zz IE in ! i I 35 I is 2 5 'I 5? I I 3 E 9? I ,U 5 221 i Eg ? 5 I 5 2 E I I I I 1 E Z lg I! ii, E i Q 1 I I I! VIRGINIA VOORHEIS Dedication to service in the interest of 0ne'.s' home, one's friends, and one's community Page 1 58 ' ,, . . . 1+ 111 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 9 1 V 1 im 1, . 111 1: 1 ' fi E11 1 . 11 1 11 1, 1 1 ' I 1 11 1 1 1 1 1' 1 1 ,1 1 ,, 1 115 1 3 11 1 ,, 1 1 Z 1 1 1 11 1 1 if 1 1 x J!! ' if 1 11 vw K 15 11' 1 1 1 15 15 V Q .11 , 2 1 1 11 1 11? 1 F! 1 1 1 15 12 1 ! 1. .' 1 1 I 1 1 . 1 1 12' ,1 111 1, .1 11 , li 11 1 -1 311 P1 i 11 1 11 1 , iz 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 11 1 111 11 11 11 5 7 '1 1 ,E A is A 1 111 1 ,, 1 in 1 1 1 ,,.,.,,- ,.... KATIiRYN LAIN Bfuirzfenancc of a clzeerfulness of manner and a happy outlook on life Page I5 1 M1 '1 11 1 , 1, ,1 111 11 11 af. f .K-Q W1 , 1 .. 4 . ,, -Q .KQ n .1 J fin L -4 -,I ,'7.?Q., 1 11' 5'-xg ,x.. X, L 57' 7 tl -P' " ' if v . wr' ' 8 " ev, x, , if ,ig I V . mi., . V V1 'fc'lf'a, I fs- it .rjf'!' fn , i , .Q i 4 , , QQ, l :Q , Q . 'j?'1a ,Q QQ, 1 rw X. 14 V u P . 1 , f 4 K , 1 1 V: , , . 4 X ,. 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BEARDSLEE, ROECKER, STOCKTON, CHENEY, TIGNER, THURMAN, EASTLAND. JONES, VVEBB, TUCKER, WALKER, HILL. BROKVN, BLACKBURN, POLLOCKJ IJAMSON, STEPHENS, HAMMETT, PARKER. STEPHENS, BIGGS, GIESE, PARKS, VVATSON. PARSONS, LAIN, SUTHERLAND, VVATSON, CROUCH, HARDTNER, LYNCH. HUNTER, TJACKEY, STARKEY, SINKS, BOULWVARE. Page 168 7: 5 Z 1 ..-,,,-, ,....,-.,.....-..-..-..,.,f.....,, A ETA UPSILON GAMMA PI CHAPTER 'X Af , f A 'X X I Q n f I X .ki I .1 'i . A x - fax? Ds ?r' AT1'x 5- 'Jv . 7 I Fbunded-1901. MISS MAURINE PARKER Sponsor ........................--.. President .........,.- VIOLET HARDTNER VIOLET HARDTNER Preszdent ..................... -,,,,,,,, S . CLARA BEARDSLEE Vzce-Preszdent .........-.......-........ S ecretarg ............ HELEN EASTLAND T790-5'U7'67' ....................... ....... L OUISA STEPHENS Pan Hellenic Representative ............ 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F RANCES HARDIE Pan Hellenic Representative ..-...........-, E1-HEI, LIMBIRD MEMBERS IRENE ABBOTT SARA ALLISON CLARICE AMES JANE' ANDERSON VIRGINIA BARLDLEY IONE BEARLEY LILLIAN VBECKWITH BERNICE BEHM FRANCES BERKMYER MILDRED BROWNING ELIZABETH BUNTE KATHERINE BURNETT MADGE CARTER GERTRUDE CLARKE HELEN COE HELEN CROWE MADALEINE DAVIS MARY ELLEN DAVIS IONE FOWLER EVELYN GIBSON MARY LOUISE HANSEN FRANCES HARDIE RUTH HOUSER LUCILLE HINNEN BEATRICE HOSHOR GLADYS JONES HELEN KAUFER BERNICE KURRIS ETHEL LIMBERD MARJORIE MEIKLE RUTH MCCULLEX' JULIE MOORE VALERA PETERSON SUE PIGGOTT HEL-E.N RUTH RENEKER JEAN ROBERTSON ADELE THOMAS BETTY TQURNER KATHERINE WADDELL HELEN WALKER LOUISE WALKER SUSAN WELCH GRACE WILLIAMS. lg.-,-,-. 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B ERNICE BENDER Pan Hellenic Representaftive .,,....,..,,-,,,-- DOROTHY DEIS MEMBERS GRETA AKIN JEAN LEE VIVIAN BARKER UNA BIINNETTE LEVITT BETH BAST DORIS MCDEVITT RUTH BEALE AMANDA CLAIRE RALLS BERNICE BENDER BriILDRED RAMSEY' ELIZABETH BROWN ELIEIABETH SHELDON FREDA DAVIES CATHERINE SMITH DOROTHY DEIS RUTH TICE JOSEPHINE FLANNAGAN L.fXVERN TRIMBLE THELMA HOOVER AGNES VAN BUREN HIAXVANDAA KILLIAN MARIE DANIELS EVA LAWERENCE I T. I: 'I i A . if : l 1 I I: 3' 35 Page 179 3 3 fi 2: 2 1 f-'-,-'- .-.1-.W....A...-..- ..,, ,.,A.,......I ,AA AY., W Y L----:'-- 'V ' f"""'-' ' ' E " ' Y ' ' ' "'-----R--W:-,,.'Q..S ..V, ,, ..,,Aif-,,N,TVWi:,Y V' ,E A,,, A' W "" ' ' ' "T:l""":' ""' 'W' ' ' ' ' W ' V A A ,..,.,R.-... f3..........,.,+.E., I - .,.. i.m.u-,.,.-...f f.-,..Vp,-,...--.-..A,..-.MEM .-,L-I-I --f- -V ..- -A .- I 1st row--PHILLIPS, OWVEN, MARTIN, HAMMER, COOKE. 2nd row-FARQUHAR, IVIANGELSDORF, LIMERICK, RAINEY, MCKAY 31-d row-EDGAR, LOFFTUS, BAILEY, Hlx, PREWETT 4th row- 5th row- M.AYs, LANE, STAMPFER, HOFFM,-KN, V. BROYVN GILMORE, H'AMMOND, ROBERTSON, SWEAT, RICHEY 6th row-SHELEY, H. BROWN, BINGHAM, LEIVIIASTER, PRATHER, WILLITTS Page 180 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 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 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 g. I I I II II. I I I I I II I, I II I Z I I 2 I I I III I I I I ,I I I I I ,I I I I I , I II, I I I I I I I I I I I PHI PHI PHI ALPHA CHAPTER' 1 E 35 ,g2'?'2f 4, ii Af I Fdunded-1924+ Sponsor ------ ----- ------ ---- -------. - IV I I SS EULIALIE PAPE President ----- ------- ------ ------ -..... - E U NICE HAMNIER VZCe'P7'CSZd6'I'Lt .... ,-,----- ---------- ------ - - V ANNIE MAAYS Se0"eia1',?! ------ -------- ------. ....... A N N E M'ANGELSDORF Tfeasufef' -------- ----.--...-- ......... 4 L ILLIAN LIMERICK Pan Hellenic Representative .....,...,.. ----,,,- L 015 RANEY MEMBERS MILDRED BAILEY CLARA MCKAY LOUISE BINGHAM ANNA MANGELSDORF HARRIET BROWN EDGEILETH MARTIN VIRGINIA BROWN VANNIE MAYS ' . MARION COOKE DONNELL OWEN ANNA EDGAR RHODA PHILLIPS CONCHITA FARQUHAR ANNA HAZEL PRATHER HELEN GILMORE MARGARET PREWITT y OLA HAMMOND LOIs RAINEY M EUNICE HAMMER AVERIL RICHEY 3 MARY HOWARD HIX LADORA ROBERTSON KATHERINE HOGFEMAN ANNE SHELEY T'HELMA LEMASTER ESTHER STAMPHER LILLIAN LIMERICK AUDREY SWEAT MARY RUTH LOFFTUS ELIN WILLITS 1 I . 2 Page ISI A ii I' 'M'Y"G"m"'M'M""" """"H"Tf'ffj"" flifjfjf1f'If,f'fQfffffQfffffflff 7f1f1ZfLf'f'f'ff 'f fffI,,fff'f1f1f.ff,1:fI:If.1.'Q.'i...g 3 ffl?f11fQfQQ,Q,Qm,G,fA,,,-L Leee ALA Lefee -...,.I...M,f: i.M.-i -5....A I ,E..-...f5f.I, A.f. Mffi mw...-...m.f,AJ L.,-'.:v.' Mr-f..-Am-Fr: .,.',:-2: - rf,-1: r , I ' I -0- - - - M .,,.,,,...,...wff-ua --H Q.R,.,.,.,g,,........f....,Q.--- Y - --xxx... fg, gf" . ,.- ..N, ...,,.,.-,..,.-M.--,.,...-- , ,...Q,. , -..4.. ,. , W ..1A- G...-Lg 7-Q-,GQ ,wfr , -Zi-1.7- ,L-. -, , ,Q--,1,:iT...,.L N., -...,.....X......-.,.,...-...,...-M-..f..-..-.-..... , T V -- .....M-,.-. Y- .... -, .A ..,....- ...,....-.,..,.....4............w...............,...,, 3 Page 182 DOBKINS, BEIDLEh'IAN. BANDY, ZIMMERINIAN3 OGILVIE. STOKES, BREYVER, BELL. HIGGINS, DOUGLAS, ROSE. ...-,.......,-n....-,f..... ..,..,.M.-,-.,,..... F. ...... ,.,,.f., ..-..,. ,....E... ..A..,.,..f. M- .,-M... .....,.,-M-s.,....-N...-.-,:.6........4.-......, W.-G.. 1 1 -- MIss ELLASU LEMON ------ ISABEL BANDY - L-UCILLIE ZIM.MERMAN ELIZABETH BEIDLEMAN -E -- FRIEDA DOUGLAS MILDRED BELL FRIEDA DOUGLAS WILLA MAE HIGGINS LOUISE OGLIVIE A WI LLLQ I g.,..e,,, OMEGA PSI ALPHA CHAPTER -Founded--1926, Stephens College Sponsor ................,., .,,,,--, T President ....-....,,-,,-, ,-,Q-,,,-- Vice-President ...................,.. , Secretary .- .................,,...,,, Treasurer ......,...,.....,...,,- --- Pan Hellenic Representative ..............., MEMBERS ISABEL BANDY FERN BARNETT I MILDRED BELL ' ELIZABETH BEIDLEMAN MARGARET ELLEN BREWER GENEVIEVE DOBKINS EDWARD DOUGLASS 1 4--Rf, 'L ---- -Y , MIRIAM RosE CLEO SHROEDER WILLINE STOKES LUCILLE ZIMMERMAN Page 183 l i,, ,yr W 3 177 W 4 I , 15 X X 1 , . X A r 1 1 12. , ..,..,- . .un ..,,.,, ...,..E.,:..n,..... A...-.-.-.....--,-M., ....-.......-..m.........-....,.,u..,..-.-1f. ..,..-f. -Y.m.v-My.-.-m....f.,... 4 L WW.- ... - .,.W,,--,-----,.--., , ...--,-.,..,, li 3 5 , 'E ' 1 Af 5: 2 3 3, 'T " fi s ? l 1 1, 3 T? i ig . ,E 3 5 2 4 ji 3 iq ' f 31 1 E3 ' 4' S 5 , 4 ! 1 Q 6 V 3 'Q J 1 .N jf H 4 Q IN 5 1 I Q , r 1 3 I . 4 2 ' f H 1 Ii 5 Nj w I Q , 1 N I i 1 if w Q? 3 , W A ' 3 3 1 1 el i A A 5 1 4 ,, E 2 1 if w if I Cy Q L 4 5 i I 'Q 2 ' Q ', , 1 A , N ' 1 .I A 5, ? cg v 1 l Li ' 2 5 1, ' ' I il A A Y 1 ' y 3 A 1 5 Ist rofw-EVANS, STANDLEY, CONANT ,, ,, I 2 S 2nd rofw-BENNETT, WRAY, TUCK, ROBINSON, REAGAN 5 A J 3rd rofw-RICE, JOYCE, TERWVILLIGER, VVAEEKES, VAUGHT, TITUS f ,ztlz rgfw-MERCER STEPHENS, GILL, ALEXANDER, KITTRELL, ROBBINS gg 5111 row-ELLIOTT, MILLSPAUGH, PITCHFORD, CROWDER, BEARD 6th rofw-BURKE, HALL, REVARD, BOVVNE ,' fu I' Eg Xi 1, , W 1 V I1 f Page 184 A Ufffffff N"ff'fW""WW""f'f'Mf'ffMM"'4'N"""'iN7"""M'-'m"'h'7"1'7O"""'""""" """'H"""""W'W'O E" lm-.WW.,-..M.,L,,.E-,.,.,.L.,m-w.V-.--,--...,- ,,,,--L,,,,,,,-,,--LL,O,,,,LL L.,,-. E L L N M,O,,,,WW,-ONm, O O -A W ,...,..-.,..- BETA SIGMA BETA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded 1 926-Stephens College. Sponsor --' ------ ----- ---- ....-. - M I SS GENEVA DRINKWATER President .,-,,.-- -,----- -------- - KATHERINE TERWILLIGER ViCe'PTeSident ..----- ----n------ ---------- V I RGINIA RICE Se07'efa"y -------- ------------ ..-......... B E SSIE STEPHENS Treasurer --------- ------.... .-..... E L LA FRANCES HALL PGH' H6ll6niC R6'pT6S6ntatiUe .,,--,,-------- --- LUCY MERCER MEMBERS MARTHA ALEXANDER BERNADINE BOWNE OPAL BEARD JOSEPHINE BENNETT FREDRICKA BURKE DOROTHY CONANT KATHRYN CROWDER ELIZABETH EVANS ELIZABETH GILL ELLA FRANCES HALL NONA JOYCE RAMONA KITTRELL LUCY MERCER FRANCEIS NIILLSPAUGH MAUD MILLER PITCHFORD ANNA REAGAN HELEN REVARD DEAN ROBBINS VIRGINIA RICE NIILDRED ROBINSON ELIZABETH SLAUGHTER. BLANCHE SMITH MARTHA STANDLEY BESSIE STEPHENS KATHERINE TERWILLIGER ANNE TITUS VAYDEN TUCK I JOSEPHINE VAUGHT BERNYCE WEEKS EMILY WITTEN EVELYN WRAY Page 18 5 vi: -Q 3 sn 'if 14. F-A JZ' 5 ,JK v ,,,. ., Q .1 - Avy, ,, X A-1 f , ff up --' A . Am 4 V. .. Q, rj -H , W, v 1 v 9 A Q . V , 1. if 5 " gas '19 y R1 wi , r y 1' -, X , 4. fix.. sf ' E ri IIVEGTLITBS ,L fam .WP ga . g Af , 5 A, ,1 -95 1 1 I 1 . 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 v 3 3 Q i 1 Q i , X i E 4 1 Others were jolly too, at the Junior Jollies. ' Page 187 I Y r V I X K s I I I P i 5 s , . J Q I i r The most fashionable of hobos had nothing on us when me donned our rags for the tacky party. ,PageN.188-.- .A.. e.,a,..-,W- ,.,. ,,.. -, e.,., ,.--..V,,, M NWN MW,WMMW,- .,....,., , -mn.-..-N. f. 1' y 3 ',,jiggii V M-.. ,,,MmmW,m Whmmnmw ,E MV . M W1 -"W -51ff ww- ,-3,f,...,,, A. .,,. A .. , , W AA,4 W QWVAQ 9 X A4 4 ,.-+-A-,.,,M, ,,,, , giiQ5giigQ1j gjggii'i T1g11gg i if .5 3 .jg ,Q I 1 i I E i 1 i i z 1 I Old King Cole and Mother Hubbasrd led the grand march at the Story Book Bull, Page 189 ... f4.......m N... ..-A.... x,,......N-,, fl - W....- ,, ,in , .v,..4,,,-.-..r,, , W, , , , , ,N , W ,, ,, - YW- -Y--A--W -- Y-- - ----fn, ,,Tf,,,.g4::f w--Y -' ,ft 1 LA' 2 1 1 1 f i 4 i , 1 g Q i I I I I I It will only be yeams' until we shaill final Stephen girls being successois to Paivlonzai- anal Ruth St. Dennis. The Rhythm Recital made this plain to be seen. Page 190 Bits from Everqywhere Above-The Fashion Show. Center--Tlze Junior Prom! What Below-The Senior Jazz Hounds. TH1., Page 191 I 4 , V!! i 1 i r 1 i 5 3 i 1 5 i r L 1 f E The humble pledgesron exhibition for the honored slave drivers on the last day of, their servitude. Page 192 -up pr-.-x-r-.,-..f.m-W-:www v-.-f---.'-1,.-.- A-v,wf- . 1 3 - - Q WV-, 1. , ,vm ,-.. , , 4 1.-Q-mm-mznxwugbuknu-Y..--nmvnn-www my-m1,1?s.i:-,g..-, 7.,.,,-11,, -5111 Q-.m.- ., M . VJ...--f --Yf mm. . Y 'jn- ...,, ...,.k .,,. .,.........,, .,.,.,,,.,,,T l 1 4 1 Q r l Y E I i 1 ' Q i 1 i 1 Y 1 i 3 K. F. R. U. Where Friendliness is broradcastefl daily! ,,,.. ,-...-.........,-. . .,.-.Y m.f..,..,.- . .- fm. ., 4.-rl. .,.,.,......J,.. ,.,h.f.....-....,.,....,-N...... .,-, ,..-.ff - '- Page 193 TEMPORARY HONOR ROLL JANE ANDERSON-Loyalty to ideals, unassuming service to Stephens. ISABEL BANDY--Commendable service in organizing a new sorority. CLARA BEARDSI.EE-Dependability, cheerful andloyal service to the interests of Stephens College and the Burrall Class. FRANCES BLACKBURN-IHtClligCHt leadership, democratic friendliness. VIRGINIA BROWVN--EXCCPtl0H3l literary ability, intellectual brilliance. NELLIE ETUE-LOy3lty to ideals, Wholesome, unobtrusive influence on campus. LUCILLE FRIEDE-'CODStTuCtiY'6 contribution to Stephens College through able administration of the senior class. DOLORES GUYMON-VViil1ingness to serve, athletic ability. LOUISE HIETT4EHiciency, persistency, radiancy of personality, excellent work on Steplzensophia and in Big Sister Movement. LEWVINE HOEFER-fUnassuming capability as C. A. President. JEANNE KISTLER1DCH10CT3tlC friendliness, unobtrusive service. KATHERINE IEAIN-Cl1CCI'fl1l11CSS, sincere friendliness, executive ability as shown in the administration of R. A. D. LUCY MERCER-Loyalty to conviction, universally liked and respected on cam- pus. JULIE FOREST MOORE-IHl1CTC11t love and appreciation of the beautiful, ar- tistic infiuence among students. A SUMIRE OKAZAK,I'GCDulHC sincerity, wholesome spiritual influence and good citizenship. ' A MAl?.IE PIEPER-+Co-nstructive contrib-ution through the efficient management of a sorority., ' FLORENCE ROBINSON-High 'literary ability and distinguished work on the Stephens Stvandard. MARIAN. SPENCER-Willingness to undertake the inconspicuous task, unselfish- ness in .sharing her music with the college. KATHRYN SPRINGER-GOOd sportsmanship, self-discipline, efficiency in athletics. ELIZABETH STANLEY-Graciousness, friendliness, exceptional service in S. A. B. VIRGINIA VOORHEIS-Courage of convictions, constructive citizenship and service in S. G. D. BLANCHE VVILLIAMS-Cl1C'C1'f11lI1CSS, self-discipline. Page IQ4 ' " "U" ' 'i":':' """""f2H- ,-'-A.,--...-.ww-.........,f.- ' ,..-..-1-Q..--uf' -Wu..-...,.,...f,,.A ....,,..,.,,.,,,,:.LL,,,,, . , . .. . ,... H-.-..,.....f..m, naw,--wf.f.-..,,.,,mw 3 ii S Q w 1 l 3 .u is 1 v v - 1 Q l I, 3 I s 1 v fl Q 2 lw - 1 154. 1 4 t W : i sw., E ii C55 9 fl 3 ik it A V I: 1. H M if , l, 11 g 1 . E5 Q l PDESIRE I would live as a bird That soars into distant realms of White forgetfulness, away from P Crushing strife, and mortals Earthbound. I would live as a flower Whose life flourishes ,in golden Morning, and dies before it Feels the aching cool of night Shadows. I would live as a star That burns with its fire of blood, then Shoots across the black infinite- A crimson path, and dies, while Living. THE YEARS TO COME Last night I sat before the open grate, and saw Pass by my eyes a vision of the years to comeg Tender, yearing, wistful years they were, that Wlhispering sighed, and asked what they should bring. Perhaps I shall take them by my hand, those Pensive eager years, and lead them by Quiet paths'where lilies grow or in Green Gardens, touched with peaceful sunlight. God grant me that I may not drive them like Dead and withered leaves, along the gutters of disgrace, Or force them onto desert rocks of shame and failure. I would guide their frail white feet on mossy Banks, where they mightldance forever to the WVinged music of the willows. Last night I sat before the open grate, and, saw Pass by my eyes the ghosts of unbo-rn years, Tender, yearing, sighing years they were, that Stretched out wistful hands, and asked What they should bring. - .0-.....-.........,.. .......L......,.... .........,., M, v- F M Page 195 , in l in f f1 Page 106 A RED GOWN. Oh, do not wear a red gown As you flitdown the street, A For perhaps my dearest lover, You may sometime chance. to meet. I ne'er have seen this true love, Nor e'er has he seen me, But in my heart I've told him T'hat I gowned in red would be. I've .told the morning dewdrop, I've told the sun of noon, I've told the breeze of evening, So I hope he'll find me soon. So wear a gown of grass-tint With bright daises round your head, For in my heart Ilve told him, That my gown shall be of red. TO EBENEZER Ebenezer, Ebenezer, go Away! It's not much more than dawn, I'm sure. I've time to sleep a little while, I know, And I dislike your tickling demure. Some day I'm likely to forget you are A pet. Some day you may arouse my ire, Q I might some day your dainty being marg I might exterminate you in my fire. True, Ruthy would deplore your hapless Fate For she is ever fond of living things, But Ebenezer, then 'twould be too late To allay the sadness mischief-making Brings. So Ebenezer, if you fear to die Forget not, though a pet, you are a fly. Elizabeth Daffun Brown ,l. q' I+, J. ii, CLASS SONG OF TWENTY-SIX We're the Senior Class, pve're surely fast, This puts it rather mildly We have the rep, we have the pep Wepshow it good and plenty, Hi yi rickety clicks We're the class of twenty-six Hi yi rickety clicks I Hurrah for the Senior class. CLASS SONG OF TWENTiY-SEVEN W7e are the Juniors Juniors are we We never lose our vitality Rah rah rah Wie have the rep and also the pep For we are the Junior class Rah Rah! ACADEM CLASS SONG Are we a Peppy Class Sure we are a-Peppy Class That jolly Academ Class V When We to this campus come They said we were shy and tame We're that Academ Class W?e've got pep, Do we step, We'll build up a dandy rep- We're smmall but mighty s Tho' we're never heard of much You bet we are a dandy bunch That jolly Academ Class. ...dr - 'Ln F I ! 'Page 197 Page 198 NIGHT WINDS Night-winds I .' Sigh across the bitterness of bare branches, Bearing the silver sympathy of stars, The sapphire voice of night ' Breaks in a thousand shivering caresses of moonlight. I would mount on wings of the webs of dreams To a sky' of spilled shadows. But oh! My wing- It has broken On a gnarled branch of reality. A DOENKEY! There in the market place I stand Amid the clatter and the brawl, A donkey from. a foreign land, A slow old donkey, that is all. The iclammer of the m.ad bazaar Goes by me, for I am alone. - I bear my heavy earthern jar, My burden now is only stone. But once I bore her fHeaven be praisedgj Who was the mother of our Lord. A donkey! But my head I raised, I plodded on, obeyed each word. From east to west the blazing sun Would sear the sa.nds beneath my feet, From east to west the night would run Her pitlike course, the day to meet. I could not hasten on my way, The blessed Lo-rd had made me slowg But in her arms a Child there lay And I must guard Him as I go. Softly, must I tread The desert sands from day to night. My back His only cradle bed Must be. I must tread light, tread light. My master's hand was harsh to-day I did not feel the knotted cord, For I have borne Her, I can say, Who was the mother of our Lord. ' Elizabeth Dajfan Bronm 1 ...N J. Anand -..ag 5 i 1 4 r l Y, 1V I. I 5 l I 5 l x i a ? E 7 ,.,,,.,,,,,,...,.-age-:.1aA:a::r-: .::::Y-:ff '--1:-. rf-2, 4 Iffs- -M-fe, f 03,3 Y Y V- V V I ,W .. , ,, GRATITUDE Dear God, we have so much and know it not, Or knowing it, dear God, seem not to care To think a bit, and know that all our wealth Is but a trust from God and meant to share Q Gray days, and sun, and snow, and earthly things, The -loves we've had, dear God, for all our own, The shining piles of lilting laughter, Lord, ' The happy, carefree moments that we've known. For each of these white-crested waves of blue That washes on Life's glinting, gleaming shore, Just let us live our truest, deepest thanks, Nor ask, dear God, that Thou shouldst give us more. A MEMORIES I once walked singing down a sunlit hill. What matters it that now I must be still? All day I see before me row on row Of buttons and the dullness of dark stuff 5 U ,All day with aching eyes I sit and sew The rough thread only held in hands more rough Till darkness hides the dirt-grimed window sill. That golden day when life and love were young No prop-het could have pictured this to me, Or shadowed my gay heart with pen or tongue By telling of the things that were to be. Old women mfust be patient-sew on-still, I once walked singing down a sunlit hill. - .-,.-,,,.. . , fy.. ., ,.,, I.-i...,.,..n-a Page 199 fr..-., ,,1.s:W.-M., -- "' "" 0, I... .,,,..-..., . . f, ,MM ...-,.-.M-,aww-. W., -..W-s. ,-A.,-f-...... Sept. Sept. Sept. 1 9. Sept. Sept. 21. Sept. Oct. 4. Oct. 5. Oct. 19. Nov. 2. Page 200 15. 16. 20. 28. REFLECTIONS OF "SOCIETY" Stephens College's future pride has reached her destination. Trunk and roommate both here. Both satisfactory. Wlent to Big Sister party and ate ice cream cones. Registration. I may be majoring in math or social science. Time will tell. Time has told. A student activity tea in Main Hall. Pineapple Ice and a receiving line. Requirements of a church party-food and a minister. Both present. Barbecue and Junior song. Y. W. C. A. service-candle light and the Y. W. cabinet. A rosebud for my memory book. At last my white frock may retire for its Winter hibernation. K' Hi Beta Steppo p-ledging. Peas and knife eating pledges. Will my lip sticked face. follow me to the grave? May the seniors fie of remorse. Open house. For two weary hours I sailed on and on and on, a ship at sea. A weary pilgrim stranded in the land of polite conversation. Did I meet men? Far better-were there any I didnit meet? If only our mothers could have seen us. The Junior Jollies were a Huge success and we made scads of money. I i I . .-. .. 11: l 'w Nov. 26. Nov. 26. Dec. 16. Dec. 17. Dec. 18. Feb. 8. Mar. 15. Apr. 7. Thanksgiving Vacation. O appetite, where art thou? Ne'er again will such a second helping plead with thee. O appetite whither, O whither hast thou fled? C. A. formal. Danced till ten 'thirty and then home to a light per. O happy childhood. Them days is gone forever. Home in the morning! ! ! ! Yule log and candle light service just like handbook says it is. An unspecified sinkage in the dining room floor. We all decided someone had fainted and began waving our handker- chiefs and ordering everyone else back. Result-a general stampede. But all things end. T'he floor quit sinking and we trod our weary way. homeward. Christmas carols beautiful and chilly. HOME! ! ! ! The miuch advertised rhythm recital. Being miserably broke I shall spend a sad and persevering evening bymy lonely radiator. The S. A. B. Carnival. If anyone ever mentions a Junior rush or soda pop again I think I shall scream.. It was heaven but the hereafter is purgatory-and minimum essentials in the morning! O Dr. Dudley, where was your wandering child tonite? C. election, wind and electioneering. Enough card to fill my mem- ory book. I shall quietly die if called upon to make a stump speech. Heaven forbid. V Politics has ruined me, my silence I shall keep forever. Page 201 - 1..0.in.Q.k4,J.-...wm,-i-.,.-sw.,.1wm-yanf,.4:-f.f:f -.i-yu... fr-.Qnz-,.v.,..m115-aa.-...::-..+...f-..w,.1:wr-5:fx-Af-3-...fs-,aff-v.r,r1na-, I ..:ff,-- -ff-- , W ,fig-Errea-.-:QM-f.--aeaffi,-:an-screw-1as-M-v.-mg-.nun-xxuyaq-wzmvuua it ,u, -.-W,,.... ..,h .,., , W.,M...,...,.,.w,-...-....,---..,...............rt.-... ..,, ,.....,...-.,..-.....,,-,..,.-.1-.....QQ.Qf1Q..'QfQ,l,..r...M y r,W,,,m.-,,,,M-M,. ,,.. M- S . I t M, . - 'g I 1, it i V I 1 if ig' M I r V ,K Q . 5 I w 'A I 2 li I . Q 9 is ' r l l N ,I .1 .V .gy iii if, it 'Iii nH' .53 .3 ,E lrg yi? :Ei Ei' ,W i :': iii x Q J t MISS PEMBERTON'S DIARY- Wo1'ld's Fair of 1936 in Columbia. Monday- Left St. Louis at 9-Arrived at Union Hangai in Columbia at 10:00. Although we were a little delayed, the trip was quite interesting-so man y were on the way to the Fair. We traveled alongside of the nicest old Dutchman whose meerschaumhpipe smelled lovely. Though I wouldn't admit it to a soul, I believe I'll buy one to-morrow. Friede met me with her plane and we went out to the Stephens Col- lege Building right away. It is a duplicate, on a large scale, of the old memorial tower built in 26 and the class of '26 has the top floor for its exhibits. One of the girls from the old class runs the elevator. That's her vocation. Her real business is writing letters for Jimmy VVood to all the girls at school. She took us over to school this afternoon. It certainly has changed. There are six campuses connected by an elevated. And there aren't any windows on the street side-just little holes in the wall. Why didn't I think of that sooner? Ate dinner with the Prince of Wales at the College. They say he spends most of his time here now. I-Ie's taken over Harris's orchestra and practically runs Stephens athletics. Miss Haynes and two of the class of '26 have just come back from Switzerland where they gave tour- ists lessons in riding goats up the hills. They put on a pageant to-night with the aid of some other talented classmates. Some sang while the dancers tried to represent the process of making Swiss chocolate. I would have enjoyed it more if the conservatory had been shut. But then they are a new kind invented by a " '26er" and in the spring they won't fall, and vice-versa. They work on the power of suggestion. Am spending the night with the Dean, think I can give her some sug- gestions. Set up my convertible bed and wired Mrs. Calloway to tell her everything is all right. Tuesday- Page' 202 5 1 F- ,-,- ' . - M, 6" 1 2 w -. .- .J-mm-f,..a... . 1 . I., -f , . .-.f-1.,.-...-4.-9-.:, . .. pu- .fre , - sf . '1' 'rl..'ir'5L - 1 444053 Got up at 9:30-had the best ostrich egg and biscuits. The-egg came from Egypt and the biscuits-from land knows where. But one can eat anything on the sixteenth floor after the jolting ride in the old South Hall elevator. We should have thought of that ten years ago too. On Sundays the girls ride to meals on the scenic railway, but Daddy Lake goes with them. That idea originated in the mind of a student of '26 too. . , t....W.,-.-.,,.,.,. Mu-,wb ,1.,.,,.,, , H, ,MN E V V my F 1 .,.,...v ,,. f-,,... .. .-.,.. , H.. ,, ,.-.. . V, K 1 . i . ... +1 , . , . afffw,-.M ,., ,--.--. m:-c,.:t.u+.af:.fimmf- Another painted the delicate little landscapes along the side walk leading to the University. The class furnished music from 11 to 1:30 to encourage the girls to go walking at night. I think I'll call a class meeting about it immediately. Something will have to be done. I didn't have time to go to lunch so I hurriedly swallowed two con- centrated bean tablets originated by the professor of class room agricul- ture, another wearer of the red and white fthe pills were pinkj. In the afternoon Friede took me to the exhibits. In our wing we used Old English architecture Qdesigned by one of the girls, Mr. .Ioyner's once promising pupilj. A typical Stephens room was being displayed. It included four overstuffed easy chairs, and in-a-door bed, several tables, two bay windows, three closets, an oriental rug and a radiator that en- circled the room. In summer it is filled with ice water instead of steam. There was a list of minimum essentials framed on the wall, along with the Ten Ideals. These essentials were: soap Q2 cakesj, tacks CSOOD, pins C3 dozenj, tin cans Qd5Q, pillows f6j, hersheys Q5 a weekj, alarm clocks Q3j, can openers, shoe- horns, hair pins, tooth brushes Qleachj. Of course I understood immediately that one of us had made out that. Cnly a person of intelligence, experience and Dr. Dudleyis training could have done it. Sunday- So much has happened that I simply haven't had time to breath. Everyone from the class is here, I'm sure half of them are married to exceedingly handsome husbands but surely not one of them can compare with my choice. Married life does have its hardships though. That's one reason I came to this Whorld's Fair. So I could stop washing dishes and signing permissions for my husband. Wednesday six of the girls gave lectures on subjects varying from "The Reducing Powers of Gingeralen to "The All Important Law of In- organic Growthn. They were splendid. Today the class went in a body, Husbands and all, to the largest church in the world, donated to Columbia very largely through us. I sat on the third rafter from the top and the fifth from the front, so I had a fairly good iH'1lP1'CSSi0T1 of what Wflflt On- The girls hung about the beams in front of me. They behaved exceptionally well, and stood up for every hymn. Somebody fell down during a vocal solo but a classmate who has become a great surgeon, set all the bones so that all was well. I'll have to leave early in the morning-how I hate to go-+I haven't seen half enough. I believe I'll give a World's Fair at home some year and have another re-union. The only trouble is that there's not much more progress to mlake-we have such wonders. But time will tell whether or not the brilliant winds of the class of ,26 shall ever be exhausted. Page 203 ..,, faq.. 1. ' ar? 4 . .km fm , a 5 Y 1 Q 5 5 v 1, V w Nl 1 1, 1 1 1 1 l 1 l fx l il 'L 'I 11 ix .l V 1 1 l .L li qi it it ji fi V 1. ef 1 P 5 it Qi X w ii 2 it S 5 i i 1 5 i J ,. 3 z I l 2 ' "1.1r "" ' 1 W W Y-gr ' Y -gl - F' LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I We the Class of '26, being of sound mind, do on this the first day of the sixth month of nineteen twenty-six, devise, will and bequeath all property real 5 and personal, off which we, the testators, are at the time possessed: to-wit: l To llrIAItY STUART, Lewine Hoefer's ability to run the school as it should be run. ' To ISABEL BANDY, Lucille Friede's sp-irit. I I To WINIFRED STAHL, Lesley Tigner's tact and poise. y To MARY ELDRED CAMPBELL, Clara Beardslee's ability to do things. i To RUTH MCCULLY, Nancy Kate,Duckett's pep. To THE FACULTY, collectively, Edith Stockton's shawl. ' To Miss PEMBERTON, patented serenade silencers invented by Mrs. Beauchamp. To T'HE BOARD OF ZDEANS, the recreation room furniture for bigger and better conferences. W To THE JUNIOR CLASS, the traditional Senior superiority complex, the indis- putable right to the Senior steps, Monday nights, faculty take-off, and the other thousand' privileges you have envied this year. , ' ' And we do hereby appoint the class of '27 as guardian and custodian to our charge, the tender green sod, whose rights we do most solemnly adj ure them to pro- tect. To all who in the coming year will possess the halls and campus where we will henceforth walk no more, we leave the love, comradeship, work and play which have been our most cherished privileges in the two years just gone. -eThe Class of '26. l l , Page 204 , J-L ., , 3 N -- , ,- L---I-3-R Y ., ,,,,,,,lj,Q""k'Yj' I I l 1 I LARGEST SHOE STORE IN I I J I 1 CENTRAL MISSOURI at , Columbia Iwi-Lskxiera Leadersi 1 Smart Footwear Exquisite Hosiery ' I Broadway at Sth St. 13110116 63 4 I P495 ':'V, 'V I , , JQQL- -2- 'W --:La ' , ,,,,-f:-2f1-- , ,. . ,. .. . W-. VVhen Jolly Folk Meet These Afternoons lt's at Harris' Harris' candies are delightful. You'll be glad you took home a box. Out and away from the Campus for a little while. Variety is life. Then folks turn towards Harris' where tempting sandwiches are served, where the fountain service is par excellence. Harris' is always the meeting place for Stephens Folks, and for others ,too.' For some reason, and itls not hard to guess, Harris' has an appeal that at- tracts most everyone. .Haven't you the Harris' habit? Itls a pleasant one, and you will find it very satisfactory. HARRIS' W MILLARD and S1ssoN i r Page 206 1 P 3 --.-e.-f... ,.w....1.....4...,w..-r..........f...........,.. H. .. M... .. .,,.,., ' -f' w 1-K--V fv--f.m..., lf...-. ,W-..,.W-V. WLAN- . W. , , , ,-. .,. ,.,....,.W.......,.,xW-T? i-1,11 .,,. im Y Home Grown Flowers Thirteen greenhouses of beautiful flowers. Cut them fresh every day. They last longeiythan others. Our New Store 16 S. 9th COLUMBIA FLORAL COMPANY 9x.ACE TU BUY 514 5 fs '5 "YOUR WORK IS BEAUTIFUL" A Comment paid us by particular Stephens Girls. J. GUY NICQUITTY "QUICK PRINTER" Phone 2249 911A Broadway PECK DRUG COMPANY Columbiafs Leading Drug Store Fifty Years Old Most complete stock of all Imported Toilet Requisites in Columbia. YOU CAN ALWAYS GET IT AT PECKS Page 207 ., ,mu ,,.. .. ... --A L. ....i,,+.,..-.m ,.Y. ,..,..-..,.,...,.,...... ,............--, f........e.,..,.... .,........,...,. .....-....v,w-, ..,. . .,.,.,.. ... L . 1. ,nf-N-V - . 4 V .........,W....,....-.M .-.....e- ' ' ' , -,,....W.1...,, H.-Y-J, ,1---,-,,...' au.v..- ... -' -A 1:-:gun-4-.w:,-:1 'Q r :..1 V -- .ire -eaefffgx.-Q.: Lffnu.-,.. .W , .- Y- r il 1 -f.-,, f ' , LW, x-..,,,,,,,, ,ev-m-r , ,.:- , i 1 STEPHENS GIRLS: 1 Will always remember Jimmie's in after years. Those joyous afternoons spent listen- I ing to music and the congenial atmosphere which warmed your hearts and made your school life a pleasure. 4 I r i Those dinners and afternoon luncheons you enjoyed will ever remind you of those good ola' college days. jI1VIMlE'S CGLLEGE INN 1 i P g 8 --- -f-, N-A V-rf' W -.ibd "" " ' 'W' ' --V -V fi-11 V- ':'4:'-Lzemmp-W,-n V, , if ,L :DQ ll -i-11.-.3-1 ,H-7. W qi' s i l l I w l 1 Phone "Two Seven Oh" 0 ' MARK Q73 n ESTABLISHED IB93 900 Broadway i neck Columbiafs Dependable Department Store Quality Merchandise at a fair Price Ladies Ready to Wear Dry Goods Notions Coats Draperies Toilet Articles Suits Blankets Stationery Dresses Sheets Hosiery Rugs-Carpets Underwear Linoleums Drug Sundries Window Shades Crockery - Glassware - Chinaware - Aluminum VVare Curtain Goods Pa ge 209 -,.....,..,.-.,.,.....,.................-. A ,, .-,Q ...--.:f,,a uv-saae: 1-F. 4 ' aa: 1-. ' ww.. ' "'1,YY...-- 214' , a ' fl "THE DAYS OF LONG AGO" Remember the Mondays that used to be In the days of long ago. A With Dad at his Work and the kids at school To study their R's and the Golden Rule And Mother would haul out the family Hduds Filling the house with the smell of Suas, In the days of long ago. g And OH! the water we used to lug In the days of long ago! V How we beat a path to the village pump And it kept us youngsters on the jump Filling the boiler and wooden tub So Ma could Wash and Wring and rubg In the days of long ago- What a lot of ironing there used to be In the days of long ago! How Mother would stand on her tired feet, Ironing and folding each towel and sheet, With the meals to get and the house a-mussg In the days of long ago- How times have changed and things improved Since the days of long ago With Dad at his Work and the kids at school We 've put into practise the Golden Ruleg Thanks to the Laundry that takes away The Washing and ironing and all dismay Of the days of longago. DORN-CLONEY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY Phone 116 1440 Page 210 --...f--W--f.,: 1 V W V Y ,, Don't you often think of having' a little party in your room, if you had something to offer your friends? Let us help you. Call 207, ask for Mrs. Jones, tell her what you Want, she will be glad to offer suggestions or help you in any Way. We offer you Salads, Cooked Meats, Sandwiches, Pies, Fancy Cheese, Salad Dressing, or anything you may need to make a first class lunch, prepared in our ovvn kitchen and delivered to you. JAGKSOINVS GROGERY GOOD ENTERTAINMENT ALWAYS Ht, HALL AND COLUMBIA THEATERS BEGIN SAVING! WE'LL HELP YOU COLUMBIA SAVINGS BANK SID CONDICT Distributor of College, Institute and Hotel Supplies. A t ' l order will convince vou that the GIIHWJY Of Um' WMC ria -1 cannot be eXcelled nor can our service be equalled- 3 S Oh, Sedalia, Mo. 208 . 10, Page 211 iiwite gl Q yoii to fiiisit Our Home Everything forthe School and the Library n IDIHNC3 DEBT. SSOURI TOR COLUMBIA BIISSOURI Page 212 "Say it with Flowers" BERNARD'S ' ' The' Florists ' ' CUT FLOWERS For All Occasions Decorations P Phone 2121 919 Bdwy. PARSON SISTERS BEAUTY PARLOR Phone 795 1006 E. Broadway VVe'11 meet your demand VVith the finest of the land. AMERICAN LADY BRAND Pure Food Products distributed by HAAS-LIEBER GROCERY CO St. Louis, Mo. BOSWELL'S DRY GOODS AND RFEADY-TO-WEAR 1007-10109 Broadway Page 213 DANCE AND PARTY CALLS COUNTRY TRIPS CADILLAC SERVICE 491 CAB COMPANY Dany or Night Service I9 N. TENTH ST. 25c per passenger .BOWLING LUMBER CO. Established I 865 "If you can drive nails in it, we have it" Phone No. 2 Sth and Cherry GOLDMAN9S Columbia, Missouri Complete Outfitters to Women READY TO WEAR D DRY GOODS MILLINERY SHOES 662399 TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY Page 214 Bettjfs Bonnet. Bring your bonnet, Betty Blue. Get the one with ribbons on it, And my little one shall don itg Find your bonnet, Betty Blue. See, the poppies red are blowing. Quick, my sweet dear fatherls mowing, Soon dry oat seeds he'll be sowing, And no poppies will be blowing. Hunt your bonnet, Betty Blue, Yes, the one with rose-buds round it. Did you say that you had found it? Bring your bonnet, Bettv B-lue! -Lucy Mercer. Y ..-,.l,..,, .Y..,Ql , Av .1ng.Y C... .. H - P The Best Family Flour Manufactured by the BOONE COUNTY MILLING and ELEVATOR COMPANY Columbia, Missouri MCALLISTER 'S MARKET and DELICATESSEN Girls, inakeathis your shopping place for a.ll kinds of lunch goods. 1O'th and Broadway 'Sy Q At every new manifestation of the modue' for the girls of Stephens, ESTES-PARlxo will lend every effort to help you to interpret your personality in terms of clothes-with every ESTES-PARKS label goes the assurance that you are correctly and becomingly attired. -Fraternity Pins and Fraternity Jewelry of all kinds. A. BUCHROEDER Jeweler 1015 Broadway KING SBURY 'S 'KA shop for mothers and for girls" READY-TO-VVEAB AND MILLINERY Broadway at Ioth St. Page 215 ..-..t....,.,., .,....-.....,.,.,..--..,...........,......-.a......,,......,... ,, , YW, .WW ,,,, ,,,,,,.rv,.,,,,.J-uf-w Q-V f--f,w.:sy-- 4--ware.. ee A-..-av-fa: f ..,a: .tai:Z:fa-,e,....w.-h7,.,,-..fg:-.?..-- 1870 1926 Has served the people of Central Missouri for fifty-six years and has established a reputation for fair dealing and reliability. I I l "THE HOUSE DEyoTEo TO Music' GIFTS FOR THE FOLKS AT HOME Columbia? Leading Gift Shop With a complete' assortment of gifts for every member of the family. We specialize in Furniture and Home Furnishings of the best quality and made by Ameriea's Leading Furniture Makers. We furnished Columbia, Wood, and South Halls for Stephens College. PARKER FURNITURE COMPANY 5 l Page 216 Q.-nw...-..-.,-........-,.m.v,x new KM- G, , ., ...Jn-.t .. fs, f. ,nf-..n.....-a-- vp...-.-rm-ff..-U...-u.mf..Q N-0.0-uv m-.--M.-f -..-..v.,-:ef.v-:.,m1.e.-wu..,.wu..1...v'a- .-nw.--v-B. Art In Footweflfn MAS You Like Iti' Hosiery Shoes and Hosiery for all Occasions - - oOLU1vLBIA's OLDEST SHOE STORE 9 ' 'Quality Footwear" ,...D . TABLE COMFORTS LIKE MOTHER U.sED T0 MAKE 1 , ,VT it fi X . 4: x A Mfg? N13 E721- f. ' ,'?'5"?"' C " . '! -- E PROD E. , UCTS HI I Q . 1. 12 If - 4 2. E i 'si 4' 'gsm 5' ff :ei Q. I aifikofnnnx 4 hmm :mms M I Nrufg cLov:n uno ,i ll ' B0 ' VW x Everything For a Delicious Lunch Including JERSEY MAID and VASSAR MILK CHOCOLATES Page 21 A fue- Q..-4-,-.M..,,n-5 n..w.,.1.f.,.w s V-wi I I DAVIS COAL COMPANY Dealers in Best Grades of ILLINOIS COAL 10 Ash Opposite Wabash Depot MUNSING HOSIERY GOTHAM GOLD STRIPE HUMMING BIRD HOSIERY CHENEY' SILKS ' H5 ' Cl T FRENCH GINGHAM The Sw' VIRGINIA GRLQVES SKINNER sILKs I MUNSING WEAR WARNER CORSETS HYLAss FACE VEILS X Pf4gfE.21S,,,,E,,s E It ,E I -I I t EEEIE ga it I gi I 1 nur' ,- 1l V' ,T STOWE PHARMACY PHONE 49 IV!ONTAG'S STATIONERY CRANE'S CANDY IMPORTED NOVELTIES DRUGS SUNDRIES 914 BROADVVAY FOR THE LADIES Full Line Phoenix Hose Sweaters and Sweater Vests Ladies Rain Coats VICTOR BARTH CLOTHING COMPANY ty .t SCOTT'S 64 T77 4' THE WHT POR OUR SHOP P U ,, CAKES BEING BETTER IS BOOKO' STATIONERY THEY ARE BUTTER. MADE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES STRENG-'SY 920 Broadway SHOP Sedalia Oolumbia Newark, Ohio sstso Page --1-r'i:-" ' -1 WTW' 'inn ' I re 4 ggafegf I1 gofogvaibgpa ongigfenf Qvifg 5003 fagfe. avgong 5fu5io Page 220 ind- ::,:- 1-1f,.g,1':fv....-...da-brag.-v,.....MW-:..,. ...fm-.-.miqfz--V L, QW:--,f --im,-,.....zf:-wa-...4-Q-H-ur....s f, , U... . M V , ,, -lm, 0 Curling ITOHS Smoothing Irons Electric Grills J OH N L. PLATT ELECTRIC SHOP Boudoir Lamps Boudoir Parchment Shades Toasters Pr, Charmm hats fm Stephem Guls Y A , , , ,H , N-. wwf.-A --r 9-A-:Q-'----A ""' f H" ' ' W' 'Ai'-lfiif ' ' 0' W 1 X I., K , . 1 ' 'I 1 . , 1 . n at the FLORIDA FRUIT VOGUE HAT SHOPPE 188.9th Sty COLUMBIA'S NEWEST, MOST ACCOMMODATING, AND EXCLUSIVE HOTEL DANIEL BOONE TAVERN . EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY THE "BEST" and IN NOVELTIES JEWELRY at the HENNIGER'S WOMEN'S EXCHANGE I y ' Q Page 222 L ' '2g..1 'f E "fE Ei1iiT'1'jTfi'wE EEAE' iLiTI.'T"'lL1Tfv"T"T"E1ZTTTfQ'Q E E J 4 E E .Lil .EEEE.EE fE E-f EEEEE EEEE E j' THE DRUG SHOP Is the sole agency for the world re nowned Toilet Line Fi1'1zu1cee, Karesis, and Viegay. All requisitefs in these lines are carried at all times. 815 Broadway Phone 302, W. C. KNIGHT, :Pi-Op. EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK WILL APPREOIATE YOUR BUSINESS NVHETHER YOUR ACCOUNT BE LARGE OR SMALL Give us a trial. "MOTHER, MAY WE HAVE MORE?" CENTRAL DAIRY ICE CREAM Pagf? 223 L I '-11 Ia , F r F l i Il coLuMBlA PRINTING COMPANY Stephens College Girls like our printing. VVe are particularly anxious to please. ' Phone 431 New Guitar Building To know how to Recognize, Select, and Buy GOOD FOODS is of great Value in Home Economics. No one knows Better than Stephens College Girls the Value of Buying Foods at . .B PIGGLY WIGGLY as they are taught Economics. Large assortnients to Select from for the Evening Spreads, and Where you get Better Grades for less Money. lVlUELLER'Sr for SANDWICI-IES DINNERS LUNCHES Our Quality and Service Unexcelled W Broadway at Tenth J JACK DAILY Men 's Furnishings G CLEANING PRESSING ALTERING Phone 13 22 South Ninth i Page 224 '1 ig 1 l 1 , , H. ,,,.,,m,, --- ...-pq .,,,..,, ,U , , ..,, f 1 I 'V' 4' ' ' ' -- " - ':"'!i:-"xiii ' , ." 'Ala---'tru-"i"' ig' ' 'tl11:,,.ir' -' W Y - ' ni-Y-N - f My A A. f , W Read Our Candy Story-It Will Pay You The firm of HOPPER POLLARD OO I- L MPANY buys its candies liter- ally by the ton-selling' the people Who know our candies 1'equires :auch quantity buying. Within ten Weeks this store has sold thirty-tour hundred pounds of LIGGETT'S candy. HTRY LIGGETT'S and YOU WILL BE SATISFIEIY' HOPPER-POLLARD DRUG CO. The Rexall Store 2 Phones 1414 9 07 E. Broadway COAL Our quality Illinois coal and our speedy, clean delivery will appeal to you. We have select, large lump and furnace coal. Special prepared nut coal for cook stoves, heaters, and brooders. BOOK YOUR NEXT WINTIER ORDERS FOR ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI OOAL WITH US NOW. BOONE COUNTY COAL CO. The Heat Merchants Phone 88 PREVENTION IS BETTER CURE AND FAR CHEAPER HARRELL at soN UNITED CHEMICAL COMPANIES CLEANERS Manufacturing Chemists 13 so. 9th Phone 381 401-403 DELEVAN ST. KANSAS CITY, Mo. Page 225 Quai 3 A wx .M mg: - :Mx ,,WMh,,.,,W,,,7,,, ,,,, ,m,,,Mw mx,,c,-,.,,,,,-, ,Y ...W W ,,,V I K V, ,,f, :...h 1-17. W .,,4.....m VQQ4 ,, fm, W -1 W, m,,,,, .,., ,..,.g-..4 ,f -7, MJ, 1,7 hwvm 47,7 -WM Y W, , K, .......WV.,, J, rw, .,,. Z ,Mtg .,.,,, H - , +.mxwmw...NmWxXWWxWMwwmmNw-Mmm.WWNNWwwmxm.,m.ww.wmx-aww W , .,... -.- .......... 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