Stephens College - Stephensophia Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

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UR-XCE ULIVF PP3MBliR'l'UN FRANCES R.xm1.xrz1, AANTOINE Pfflfl'-NOV Of Elfflffffiflff I11.vl1'1n'lur in lirzrfs zum' Rrmi Ilzflrrzlllmzfs MARION B.xssH'r'r ELIZABIQTH BRIGGS In.vtruz'tor in I'ioI1n I Inyfruftor in SI'l'fI'fll7'i!l1 lVork V fx ,.... N , ......, 4 rw rw. , , . f k- We ,Q , ' LN K 1 T 1 v 1 w VIRGINIA Lian Coma Hmrax COOLEDGFI 1lI.ffl'l1l'fllf in E7IAQ'H.Yll 1II.Vf!'Il1'f0l' in Fnodx HELEN HAYES Ck.xwFmm INIARY l":I.IZ.-XBE'l'H CREWS In,vfru1't0r in Botany , In.vtrm'!nr in Ellgliflz r l v A I i J Vw R J 'W . I EVIQIAYN EASTMAN KATIIERHQE F.xRR.xu Izzxlrurtor in Psychology Inyfrufmr in l'0i4-g RUTH BOYVEN fl00DSMITH Lois THEI,MA'X H.'XDl.EY Inrtruffor in Piazza and Theory Inslrurtor in C0110 fm f 'Y WW 1 W W. A ,,.,.,,., W ,,., Y, - ...,. , " ,E , gl 1 f , .: 1 1:1 a.. ' -we :wifi -Ll . ..., , ..,, ,.,, I . . , , J ,A NS - 1......,.... .W..,,,,,,.,,k,,,., , R A-MM mam-V-AJ Cl..xk,x PATIENCE H .xccsum , 1 , E. 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KYB Away,-,,,, l'05fm15trf'55 Pngf' :XRIJENIA B. f'1LxPM.xN HEL1-:N P1m1"ro11 ,1.s'.sAista11f fo ffm Board of Dcfnns Sffvrrfizlry l0J1i.s'.v liurrall I".fIl'l'LTY TVHO ARE UN LE.-IVE OF AIiSE,'W'1d HELEN IRICNIN: ANmf:1zs0N BIARIANNE Fn.xNc'1-:s XXHIITAKER IRENE BOY!-11: AIAYME BAx1usAxn.x fill-ISSING LYCIA MAm'1'lN FRANCES RUML BIOLLIE GR.xc'1c xVIII'l'E l Page 37 ,,,,,...,.- VP'-1 '51-U 5 I-Hi TfPHEN5uPHrA I-1-1 S U7 5 L'-ix? C M E C C Q I U' ACTIVE STEPHENS ALUMNAE CLUBS IN MISSOURI E: C L: -. Kansas City Stephens Club U- Kansas City Junior Club URI E Liberty, Missouri I- .IT-: Richmond, Missourl I-I E St. Joseph, Missouri - - Cameron, Missouri ll!! Joplin, Missouri ,.i-I I Sedalia, Missouri 5 Ln Hannibal, Missouri dn E Bowling Green, Missourl '- 'LF Monroe City, Missouri E Moberly, Missouri 'll- -4 St. Louis, Missouri U- Kennett, Missouri ' Ln Q King City, Missouri U' LH C lf" in U-I Page 38 U1 mu1mu1mU1H9QTLnmLnmunm 11 11.11, ' lu' "1 " ' ,.1...,' .' . 1' ,.' 3 ' 1' A' 0 '1 , I 1.1 . 1 1 ' rig, 1. 1-11" . .' af. G . QM - . " 5 y" ' ' . . 1 Ay 1 'A I I V 2.. Www Q55 . "mi K 1 ' 1, p 1 1 1 , 1 .-',-. .. ii. 2. F 2210 .... . 4 . U1 D' f4.lWJ.."'fm L 'M 3 Z 1 " """"u""'u 'M' init Aritiociation 3 Page 40 LA UDAM US TE Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Ever will our hearts be turned to thee, Patron thou of love and duty Stately in thy classic beauty, Daughters, proud to claiin thy naine are Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Steadfast we forever and a day, In devotion laudatory, Ever strong to chant thy glory, Nos laudarnus te, Alina Slater, Nos laudamus, laudamus te. Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Steadfast is our hopeg our faith in thee, Through the years that wait before us, In thy future yet more glorious, Constant will our real affections be. Stephens, Stephens, loved Stephens, Be to us a beacon light for aye, Leading on towards great endeavor, In each heart thy works forever. Nos laudarnus te, Alma Mater, Nos laudamus, laudamus te. W Am' S'I'l'.XR'l' 04'i.'lf.iUI! 1'1'1'.vi1l4'11f lmgf 41 I 'WSE 14 T- -M r 1 M I , EW., ll 3 i ,MN I s W, g E Y , z f. 1 ,-A, ,, , , . I 5 xl CIVIC ASSOCIATION CABINET S T 5 L - V2 I SHEPHERD STUART CONANT ELLIOTT , LAIN j ST.-XHL FOXVLER BENNETT Page 42 ,,1i,.....H,.:,, ,, W VL jp 2-1 ,ft 1 I M t--IM. 4. f 1 1 z 5 +I 5 :if " , ,S 1 2i?'f ffl , 'Q . A W a T , ' V W .1 ' I V . - - f v K ' ' I 1 ' 5 T i Q , My M , . 1 . , ., f .f gf 4 WNW- i f,,,,! a..n.,. ..,,. Z...-' ' LM ' 7 M a . l 4 ,W If, , I A 1 1 . f...,....-....., -,.,........E-, ,,,...- ..,,. -.-.....-,, DLT' 1-V15 Ulf TEFHENECDPHIA 1-fo S If 5 Wg CIVIC ASSOCIATION President .... --- MARY STUART Vice-President --- --- VVINIFRED STA1-IL Secretary .... ,-.----- IONE FOWLER Treasurer -- --- JOSEPHINE BENNETT Sponsor --- ----.. Miss DUDIEY Upon entering Stephens College, each girl becomes a citizen of a miniature self-governing nation. The people of this nation-the student body-automatically become members of Civic Association, a governmental organization, which as in any form of government is managed by an executive body. This executive body, known as Cabinet, consists of the president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer of Civic Association, and the presidents of the four large divisions of the school: Student Government Division, Student Activity Board, Religious Activity Division, and Pan Hellenic Council. Every organization on the campus comes under the jurisdiction of one of these divisions, with Civic Association functioning as the central controlling body. The official duties of the Cabinet are' many and varied. The president pre- sides over Cabinet and mass meetings. The vice-president presides over Legisla- ture-a body composed of Cabinet and a representative from each of the groups on campus. In addition, she is responsible for the group meetings. The secretary keeps Civic Association minutes, and supervises the Census Bureau. The treasurer keeps accurate financial records and in addition acts as chairman of the Social En- gagement Committee. This committee arranges for all meetings and social activities of the various campus organizations. Through group meetings each girl acquires direct knowledge of and participa- tion in the governing of the student body. In these group meetings, girls can pre- sent any suggestions they may have for student laws. These suggestions go to Legislature, Cabinet, and the Administrative Board. A student law to be put into effect must be passed by Legislature, the groups, and the student body as a whole. Mass meetings are held on the first Friday night of each month, and at these meet- ings the girl is again given a chance to get in touch with the problems and ideals of Civic Association. Civic Association maintains high ideals for the student body and for the student leaders. In addition, it fosters loyal school spirit, high standards of scholarship, cooperation, and sincere friendliness at all times. Thus a knowledge of leadership and governmental organization is developed in its members, and the students are made intelligent students of Stephens College. Page 4-2 W UNI Ui i V T .J .Fl . ..... , I fl 3.--1 F , M Ll' ..- ,1- E i E III U'I U7 mu1mu1mujHQ2TcnmLnmuhm , F" -J E I W I in QLD 'fi 1-If 5 UM e TEPHENEUPHVX UT 5 5 WS -4 fi C H E , n .-, ' 1 ' i X, ... 5 'Lf -li MI fit 'FE lf ps f m r-'I Q! .Q U1 LEGISLA TURE it in E Chairman -- ........................... XVINIFRED STAHL '- ""' The actual democracy of Stephens College is made most evident through Leg-- U- islature, a body which meets every two weeks to discuss and act upon student prob- E lems. Through the group meetings, which it sponsors, the students are given a chance to express themselves and demonstrate and develop individual ability, to dis- .4 cuss the laws and government of Civic Association and to make suggestions for WU' future legislation. - Ln E The group leaders represent the individual groups in legislature, and with the 1 members of the Civic Association Cabinet make up the legislative body, the vice- - president of Civic Association acting as chairman. if-X The group leaders must be vitally interested in their individual groups as well U-I E as in the efficient functioning of legislature as a unit. They must possess the quali- Q ties of a good leader-cooperation and friendliness, combined with foresighted judg- -- 9 ment and common sense. in Q One of the big problems which has confronted Legislature this year is that of as- Ln 1- sisting tl1e new girl to a rapid and efficient adjustment of herself and her ideals to the new and bewildering environment which college suddenly thrusts upon her. U7 i Page 44 lmunmuimuilgiiunmunmunm VPLAVISL-fiilsfl TEPHEN5UPHVXLf-l55LV755LV7i9 SHEPHERD MCCULLEY WILLIAMSON OLSON STUDENT GOVERNMENT DIVISION President ............................. VIRGINIA SHEPHERD Vice-President --- ............ CLARA OLSON Secretary .... ............ R UTH MCCULLI-:Y Treasurer .... -,- - --- VIRGINIA LEE YVILLIAMSON Sponsor ...................... .,----. ....... MRS. CALLAWVAY The Student Government Division has attempted this year to minimize tl1e num- ber of misdemeanors on tl1e campus due to ignorance. To effect this, it has tried to spread a greater knowledge of the laws to the student body. Two excellent lectures by Madame Pierre Ponafidine on Russia were given under the auspices of Student Government, a contribution never made heretofore in the history of the division. Another new idea has been put into working order and has met with great success. A Hfouse Council-one in each of the residence halls-composed of the head of the hall, house president, house manager, censor, and member of the Junior, and one member of the Senior class meets each, to try such technical cases as accumu- lated call-down council minors, and Inisdemeanors too small to be referred to regular council. A report of the cases tried is made to Senior Council, and during the execu- tive session these reports are approved. The objective of House Council is to lessen the number of cases at council. A A new scheme gives each girl a chance to earn extra privileges and specials by good grades and perfect citizenship. The idea has been extremly successful and practical. W'hen S. G. D. has become an informatory body rather than a judicial body, it will have reached the aim of this year's board. Page 45 mu1mu1mU1H92TLnmLnmunm i . E 1 Mmmwmwmmmwmmmmw ..-s-..sL..-L.-.,....L..L,,,s,v,,m,.,,,,,,s,W G 1 Q S ll 5 Q, L t M Q-M y W.... ,,.v . . . ..v if .,...7 i ...qi Lt, Q 3 i if Amlmikiff Qi" 5 5E.'f1 fLf,l2.M,if 2113 5 W fm' 5 5 ' ... L. ,,. ,.. ,. . L, ,,A T ,-..,.f'fIlI'f'iIf.s A gl 1 gi,,iW...o32,,,?? 5--M ii ' -' 5 5 ,.., , , .,L,, L. , -,,- is "' E 2 5 X 2 WH ' L., 2 25 5 E :Wil f ag 2 4 i lg 5 if Q :Z g Q a E -L ,... f ' ' S W ' gt. ,Q ifm 3 . .,,, V F A-Mi gy ii , I 2 WK f f A st ' 3 iwi 1, Z- 4 5 if in l PML f--- E new 5 2 4 2 'l 3 'M A M.: f -Q T 1 .5 A ,f A . I MV? i :WAI CONANT Burr BREWER f31I.MORE X ,,,, X ' Ll W an g STUDENT ACTIVITY BOARD VM. 1 LW., N. . ali gwf Preszdent ................... .- .......... DOR0'FHY CONANT K 3 1 7: . i 'nvd Q lzce-Pres1a'ent ---.- ..,.........,....,...... HELEN GILMORE ff? L. ,Q J 5 Secretary ................... L-- BIARGARET ELLEN lBREWVER Ll 1 2 , A 2 Treasurer ............. L- ............... ELIZABETH BIRT Sponsor ---- ....L....................... ELLASUE I,EMMON x 1 2 ,sl 3' 'll A Each club on cam us includin honorarv sororities sends a re Jresentative 5 2 K P J 3' . 1 l g j""l to serve on the Student Activity Board the rimarv duties of which, are: to indi- 5 .... S- a - 1 P W r 2 cate a proposed program for organization for the purpose of establishing a precc- gl'-1 Q dent for student activities on the campusg to supervise all activities and to exercise intermediary control over organizations in regard to time and place of meeting, and VF-Nl special stuntsg to specify methods for the maintenance of certain standards: to 5 1 foster or reject new organizationsg to visit each club at least once during the year, Q . w and to grade each according to set standardsg and to sponsor at least one student :N iifp stunt, usually a carnival. The research projects of Student Activity Board include 1 J , 1, the publishing of a Leadership Handbook for club ofhcers and sponsors, and the Lur- grading of the Seniors on qualities of leadership. LE l..Jg ii 1 Q-1 ', el im AUT xl Page 46 ' 2 AV! L m,.m.,,,L, V il M l.........n...a..,...,-,....-L...,,.....L.....,......,.-.......- IW .1-N ,v- ---all 3 1 lin i V1 Us if-2 WT-3 on DD I 1... 1 ui L x 5 I M my 51 l t.,.....5 5 UiWl....i 1 tux V2 J 5 Q 'i wi TEFHENEUPHIA 5 mari msg DYER LACKEY CLARK Lam RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY DIVISION President ,,................. .- ........... - RIARGARET LAIN Vice-President --- --- VER.-X LACKEY Secretary ..... , .... EVELYN IDYER Treasurer --- -- GERTRUDE CLARK Sponsor .... --- --- --- .... LAURA SEARCY Religious Activity Division is the student organization which sponsors and encourages the spiritual side of campus life. Its aim this year has been particularly to encourage personal development through practical social service work on campus. This division manifests itself primarily in the Y. VV. C. A. with its cabinet made up of R. A. D. officers and tl1e committee chairmen. These committees are: finance committee, whose duty is securing and collecting the Y. YV. C. A. pledges made for the student loan fund, the publicity committee, which makes posters for any department that might need themg the tea room committee, which has charge of the management of the tea roomg the membership committee, which solicits mem- bers and collects dues, the social service committee, which collects and dispenses old clothes. and sends flowers to the girls in the iniirmaryg the social committee, wl1icl1 has charge of all social functions of Y. W. C. A. There is also the Big Sister Movement which is sponsored by R. A. D. The Religious Activity Division, hav- ing proved 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 mimmizfwimfgri H9QFiL.i'7UiL-UUiRL..I'iLii ill' C LV E M i Ji CS A n , LV rl IL. 1.-4 LJ", 'T I" L .1 '-I III Ll Ui LH ,LU +ffnY.YY,Y,., V W-V' SWS wi TEPHENEUPHIAII-In E U-1 5.1-Wx? Ul E . IJ' .V JT LV 'Tw N U7 .J Up E U.. C 3. U' C LV! U'l BELL CARTER ELLIOTT SMITH PAN HELLENIC President ..... ................. - -- JULIA ELI.I0'FT Vice-President --- --- KIADGE CARTER Secretary .... --- IDOROTHY SMITII Treasurer -- -- BIILDRED BELL Sponsor ................................ MISS CARPENTER This has been a very busy and eventful year for Pan Hellenic, which is made up from representatives from each sorority on campus. In addition to admitting two new sororities, Pi Beta Tau, and Phi Lambda Beta, the usual routine adjust-- ments about pledging and initiation have been complicated by an experiment in rushing which has resulted in more extensive application to sororities. Not satisfied with settling all the matters of inter-sorority concern, Pan Hel- lenic has started several research projects. The sororities have undertaken the revision of courtesy rules, and each sorority has taken one division for its special attention. In another effort to help the sorority girl improve her personality, a per- sonal rating sheet has been usedg and also a group rating of sororities was made by a joint faculty and student committee. These grading points included: dependa- bility, attitude toward class work, friendliness, courtesy, voice, grooming. and sense of honor. The presidents are at work on a handbook of duties for presidents with sug- gestions and solutions to aid the new ofticer. Each sorority is planning to push some project for the good of the school. Some of these service plans are now under Wayg the student body enjoys the Sigma's library, Phi Lambda Beta's current event table, and Kappa Delta 'Phi's victrola in the recreation room. Pan Hellenic as a whole offers a scholarship. Individually and collectively, the twelve sororities on campus have made themselves felt as a vital influence in the development of the four-fold girl, the ideal of Stephens College. Page 48 mu1mUumU1HQQWunmunmunm Elm ' 1 4 0213 fy' , ,x ? fd W W l I f 8 A A g X x 9 BZ f fi f U!! Qi? X ' I 'tu Q . , x . l 96.7 dr 45 f J ' X -1 V. xl I X lf JI Q If y G9 M' an ' M "- Q og, f5 W N 1 Lit? .Ti . I ff' 35255 1' L f, , "lr E N I fi gl ' - 1 , I f 'f fl 'sf g 5 , "' X f If 1, , Vf 1 . .PS ' 4 Xl X K f 0, f W1 Y I ' x If 4 I W f 1 ' G 'y n N' ff 1 - 2 ' , , 1 ' v f W' 6 A 'A ' ' ' X I i :Li i i Q. Q. Oc. ' 6 . V 1 , Q ll! 56111013 i I 1 1 i s i 1 Us I Y" :tri M F -'-- --S ,,, .H . M- ,. . r'Ztf:1i""'A:7"""'i.:'::'-'::""--"M .mf 4-S .. , 5 :, M- T T 1 E L-1 ff i L ,Q if rf if 2- ., ,, A l l I i ..- .,.. 14 I I . ! a i i 3 l V r l l i. ... . .,, i A r 1 l L Q J .,,, 1 5 3 T I F1 S W 1 ' V l S x, - 1 L ' 5 ,,,... 2 lQ Q 3 MACLAY IDELAHOYDE MCCARTHY B.-XNDY . A1 f SENIOR CLASS i V IJT1'-S'i!IlPIIf ........ ..... ..... ...... I s . XBEL B.XNDY' M V5 I'ir'efl'1'esiflent ..... --- BRUs.x Di-:I.,x1ioYm: L lm: Ser'rf'la1'y-Treaszlrer ..... ...... B IARGARET BIACLAY f , J li S. A. H. Representative -- --- BIARGARET Mc'C.xR'rHY if Sponsor .............................. PATIENCJIC I-IAGGARIJ 5 The good ship Senior is sailing out of port again. The swan song shall be a 1- 'H review of the activities of the class. One of the largest Junior classes merged into Senior-dom with a great deal of enthusiasm. The class sympathized with verdant 1 Q .funiors and proved its ability by the Big Sister Movement. L. 5 Lexi Up to its true standards, it captured the Junior song, and sang it lustily in J. mass meeting. Thanksgiving dawned. The class gave a breakfast for the Juniors N in the dining-room, entertained them with the Senior Orchestra, and then promptly --lt won the hockey game from them. True to record, the Seniors made enough points lr:-ef in the swimming meet to win it from the Juniors. I A The twenty-seventh session of the Senior Court was called to inflict punishment E S ' , f ' . ' ' 1 : : ' : , ' ' 1 0' . I on certain luniors who had broken th it sxered liw "Keep Oli the Grxss " A hrefit J mg number of Juniors were tried and condemned. -1 The faculty were "taken off" on April I-L. It appeared that the Seniors were U . running the school, and the faculty had an impromptu meeting Hincognitou to de- -Ji c-ide what should be done. Final social functions were the Senior Formal, the Senior Tea, and the Banquet. 1 l The Commencement week was concerned with the usual Senior activities, the Senior l:f play, "Smilin' Thrufl, class day exercises, Senior Vespers, and Commencement. 3 l: Then the good ship Senior will have gone over the horizon, but the Seniors on deck 0-'-ll will treasure happy memories of Stephens. ra ' ' l- Page 50 Ll l-- -ua. ... f--Q .- -W ,..., -Yi .W T 5:-F l.,,A-I, , Y Y,-,,,, .. ,,,,,,,,...,,.. . ,-v, , V' l V7 , ll, TTT f""'l ' ' W ii ,J ia LIT pi JT L ..V"i I ,A el 2 gilt.: ,us in eff in -J v-U -- ...., .........,.........-. ...,,............ .., , ,............. . .. ... ..... . ,...,................ ..,....... .1..:ov, Q S Vi! """'f"ff'lf'E' af---5 swf-fm-yf - Q' lf fl li f l N7 iilffim'5A'f37 f . , . -.. .-1 ,M ,.,,,, . , i , . . 5 .. 1 . 5 1 . i. . .Q 1 :rm f 'H --- 1 , 1 " - -f I . '.. ' ,,,,. , . 5 N.. 1 I ' "1 2 V l I X I f ,,,.. A ff. . .,.,., 5 4-.,.,....., --,,,,., le -,, , ,MJ . .-,.-.- .-v-v-f, ...F .. .MM ,,,.. Q , 4 Q 5 Y 5 ' l 3 fl: l 5 ,FM LJ l 3 el-A l in i . l W. 2- A J fm 'N 1. U ' U 2 J l- . Q 5 l l Ula .- , L. l . l -- x 9 l E1 l -7 IRENE ABBOTT, A P A GRETA MARY ARIN, Z M E .J f 600 15th St., Dolores, Gola., - H , m W l ,..-, Clafmdav Iowa- Y. W. C. A.g4Horpe, Ee., J. L. 3 fl, 1 A. A., J. L. W. V., Y. W. W. V., Hi Beta Sreppo. , A 5 C. Ag Hypatia Hexagon, A A-ml Treas. A P Ag Bus. Man. a V Standard. . - MAXINE ADAMS, 9 T E BEATRICE ALBERT, 4' A F U-I ',--. 411 E. Hazel Ave., A Eldon, Iowa. 5, f 1 lu., - . . Ponca City, Okla. 'il Yi VV. C. A.: L' .5 Hi V.. Home EC., Y. W. C. A., Sec. --Bgfag Pres. fb A B3 E 231-Iall QL., 9 Es ,l'fff.H0Cke1gg'1..TQ9m: Q,.gf22efxS0r- , . +P le : 2 , , Y Cggrtainrk fr fl. 1? , , .Y 3 MARQQHA L 2 if5.5I.j2gT'PAULxfgg3354 M Q . , .E if of-. '3 f fb . ..f, ..,535l3i?'J 55749 'm lili '19 - l 726 ' ' Wheatonfllli' ' 1. VL.fW4f V, is . X V' ' 1 A A. A.g Y. W., A..g Sr. , "4 A 7 , , Hwkeyaream. sweep Squad: A A ,, A of . . . 1 li Hi Beta: A. A. Board. ' ' l A Q l Cmnxcs AMES, . A P A KKIARGARET E. AN'moNY, K A fl' 2 3 1 A 2722 Market Ave., I , , 1221 Quindaro Blvd., 5 z A ---k , A E. St. Louis, Ill. I Kansas City, Kaus. 'F , A. A.g J. L.,W. V., Hi Betag A l " Q Z iw' . Hypatia Hexagon. 5 ul lam ,hi 1 , -,-J --.I 4 ' . Ui ml lr- 5 1-. E1 Lf J . f s alll ' I... . ---J ll ,wa P.- Page 51 lil 'z f"f ...... ...--....... ..... W.. - .... .... ....,,,., ,m,..,-,,, mm, ,,,,, 4,f"7q""f21f""gg:'f7g1',fL,,M,MWWAMW-Wm w V . '4.-J 5 f 2 ' fm? vi rmf W2 5 V""Afl fi 5433 4-'wil 'FU' : ' "M Q 5" ' 1 "M"I""m"""?T"l l E 5 l I Q 5 5 A 1 :'T.ZT.-...L.1'..Q...lL1f.,.-.il,i:,Wifi" Lftg1:i.-..-1,.-fiifl lT'TT7,'f..-Q..L"l.--jj.1-.- l 'l,.-gr::l.i MARY MILDERED BAILEY, 49 '15 IP Faux BARNETT, 9 'I' I7 E. 68 Terrace, 519 VV. uth St., Kansas City, Mo. Pueblo, Colo. French Clubg Book Clubg Hi A. A.g Hockey Team. Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A. ISABI-:L BANDY, X A fb, 9 'I' Josrspmws BARNETT, Bucklin, Kans. 125 E. lrth Ave., Pres. Seniors Classy Standard Bflsmn, Ukla- Boardg Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. Sr. Hockey Teamg Y. W. C. C. A. A.g I-lypatia Hexagong East Hall Pres. BETH BAsT, Z M E IONE BEARLY, 2 I' F, A P A D-elta, Colo. 711 W. 'zoth St., Curtain Raisersg A. A.g Home Oklah'-'ma City, Okla- Economics Clubg J. L. W. V., Sr. Hockey Teamg Hi Beta Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A. Steppog Y. W. C'. A. RUTH BEARDSLEY, T 2 T, 2 I X LILIAN BECKWI1-H, A P A ' 4606 Center St., Granvue Drive, Omaha, Nebr. East St. Louis, Ill. Pres. T Z T5 A. A.g Art Edi- tor Standardg S. A. B. I I Page 52 l NIARGIE BECKWITH, E I X ELIZABETH BEIDLEMAN, SZ 'I' Signal Hill Blvd., 522 N. Morten, E. St. Louis, Ill. Okmulgee, Okla. Home Ec., J. L. W. V.- BERNEICE BEHM, E 1' F, A P A MILDRED M. BELL, Z I' F, Q 'I' 7oo 7th Ave., 926 Bennett Ave., Shenandoah, Iowa. Glenwood Springs, Col0. Y. W- C. A-9 Senior Quartet, Home Ee., Y. VV. C. A., J. L. J. L. VV. V., Vice-President W. V., Treas. Pan-Hell. A P A, Treas. 3 1' T. jo BENNETT, B 2 B LOUISE BINGHAM, fl' 'P ff' 221 N. Marley St. 5x1 S. Himball, Moberly, Mo. Casper, Wyo. Treas. C. A., J. L. W. V., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. A. A., Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta, Book Club. ' FRANCES Blccs, HT 1' ELIZABETH BIRT, 9 T E 830 Sampson Ave., Edgerton, Mo. Dyersbufgv Tenn- Hypatia Hexagon, J. L. VV. Hypatia Hexagon, Y. W. C. V., Y. W. C. A., Carmencita, A., Hi Beta, Carmencita, V.- Hi Beta, Treas. S. A. B. Pres. H T l'. Pagc 53 r--e--'-----------W-....- t t i E 1 , . , 'S fa 4 lr. l A --"-f , 5,5 . .. """"":'1 Fw ' --.N---..,,m..,.,.,,...,W., .,, -.,,. 7,1 ,T yy 4... . -11 g h,A,. Q Tig 2 .lm E5 "f'tE"i1"fi21-mf r2.:ff:.f2Cf1s ,... is if if g Tl 4 rm-Q mg 5 ' 15""A' V ----' V- .-h. J 9 L.. 1 H. l if .ii ,.,, Fi ,Q ...A 'W' NH" , , .W,....,......,u,,,,.,,,W,,,y,4M,m,,WWW vwix W N If A ' ' ' L'X' 'W "-' ' "M 'M ""'-U'--W'r--K-'-M? SW... , li l--- is ' il J. l e t . , i ii ...J N Ui If . Li X fl 7 E VT l ,J FRANCES BQWEN, K A cb MARY LOUISE Bkrcl-IT, Y Y V 5' Windsor, Mo. . lb A 1, f V , , fd 'l Y. W. C. A.3 Hi Beta Steppo, IOI4 Fairmount, U1 1 , VW? L' W. V. St. LOUIS, Mo. ,L l Executive Board, S. G. D., 1 Q Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisersg Il A. A., French Club, Hi Beta 1 li X ,Q Steppo g Vice-Pres. Book Clubg , 4 . Standard and Grail Boards, U1 ' r... j " Legislatlgre. A 1 ' I l L-, MARGARET ELLEN BREWER, Q 'I' MAARGARET BRONAUGH, T il Bertrand, MO- , ' 7" l 7 it Pleasant Hill, M0..v' l 'ff i 1 5 w ' ' . . t lun, l Iiqgle X .QQL lf .'f. V Home Economic? Clubi le--i 1 fm a 4 f: Swfezgsfi' v-1..H.i,11gfff:sfepr0. Q, 5 5 l gui? f E K"" 1 HARRIET BROWN, 'Elf' TMI' 454156 Q "Ri 5? WHMARQ if M J ti 513 W- AbfiCBd9, X ' Marian Hotel I 4 M 5 f Pueblo, Colo- Little Rock, Ark. A . ' V 1 Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta St-eppog Hi Beta gfeppog J, .-1 1 ,U Pres. cb 41 'bg L. W. V. ,Pan I --.E MILDRED BROWNING, - E75 BE B 351 ' l . fren, A Q W5 l Coa1gate,.0kla ' n t 3' Hypatiaf Hexagong jig .cf-f A -tp Beta Steppog WAJ lu-i V.g Hi Beta Stelglki -. VV. a 5 J - N v Curtain Raisersg ,N lf C. A. . , Q N 'f Hall. im . 5 l I 5 l " 5 UT! El me l I , U75 Ln, l a 5 1 1 mi ml .ra-.4 l 5 , Page 54 V 51 L' " f W V' -' '-'-' -ll ll KTN V'-1 ' .................,--.,..---., 1 9 ff? 1 fn I rw 'E Ein 573 'U . , f- ' "ff :J .fl 1-fl W 25.-- l 412. 0 il-fl U L-Tl Q' L-J LU all im. if ., x c 1 1 x, :ii 5 i f i LW., f Q 1 5 5 ,.......! 5 t f, ii: 7 IU E E E2 I E of N, , , ik... K " 1 1 l 5--15 EUQIQ , 2 i 5 , , 1 . 5 1 S I Ji U7 4 f 1 5 a I Q I mg . . , Taylgfl C Lamo Okla. t. A. A.g Treas. Y. W. C. A.g J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta CABBELL, A P A Hellenicg Vice- KAQD adison Ave., U 3 City, Mo. dl atia L gong Hi Beta tcpp Wy C'. A.g Senior Hockey Teamg Big Sisterg Legislatureg J. L. W. V. n A P A DOROTHY CONANT, YP 9 K, X A 111, B 2 B Roseville, Ill. Book Clubg A. A.g Curtain Stcppvg., Lggislature. - ' Q W Raisqrsg J. L. W. V.g Lggig- .. A latureg Standard Boardg Pies. S. A. B.g Y. VV. C. A.g Hi Beta. Page 55 . it 5 Q., W . ff , ..,.i Qi.: ,.A, -. if ' f 3535? i 5 sm.: , !...,.,..,. 5 Mm vu 'wx -L LW, f , im ui F... ig 3 J P1 U E L1 1 , V' N .,,, 1. -iv-, W 5 5 X 3 f ! x i 5 2 5 'LH .1 mg iw 'ml E 1 L 5 I i ,Jig gf' gi 7 1' N , . in L,k.J ' L QLAPV 4 'xi . 'A' ' nf" I1 M if ' Alf A,,A""' if ' f'?L,'l! rfuw 11' 7 - 74, . U , N . iff 'JJ ' l A A 0 I i 'AX ,-04" if ' JMX A. 1 X 1 lr MV ' A 'NIJ f' ' -f A s 1 "' lil wyjf' l . li 'x .f 'fl I P" 1 ' .fe " ",.f'j l, rw -L .ll ANITA FAYE CONSTANT, H B T MADELYN CRAVVFORD, 2503 E. Douglas Springhill, Kans. Wichita, Kans. L. VV. V.g Hi Betag S. A. B. Book Clubg Hi Betag J. L. VV. V.g Pres. U 13 T. MARTHA E. CONWAY, MARGARET L. DAVIS, 1' A43 fb 9 K, K A fb 6,4 Miami, Monroe City, Mo. Leavensworth, Kans. Pres, of Y. VV. A.g Vice-Pres. Y. VV. C. A.g Sr. Hockey Latin Clubg Hi Betag Y. VV. Teamg French Club. C. A.g Legislature. MARY ELLEN DAVIS, A P A DRUSA DELAI-xoYmz, 9 T E 810 W. Davis St., 3710 Mason 'St., l Fayette, Mo. Omaha, Nebr. Sec. 8: Treas. of L, W, V, Pres. Hi Betag A. A. Boardg French Clubg Hypatia Hexa- gong Curtain Raisersg J. L. VV. V.g S. A. B.g V.-Pres. Sr. Class. . MARGUERITE DE HAM, ' ANNE DORSEYY 5316 Wmdlandy A 1402 University, Kansas CRY, MO. Columbia, Mo. A. A. liz ? l l gal iff? ,,.-,.. l l Page 56 :Vi LT l Y K L.....k 1 .f-4 Y: l i l i Q w.. .1 nf" X1 EDWARD DOUGI..-XSS, 911' VETA IDOVVELL, E 1' 1', K A fi' XVeleetka, Okla. 616 S. Pettit, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta steppo. Hvminy- Okla- S. A. B., Sec. li A fb, FRXEDA DOUGLAS, Q KI' EVELYN DYER, 'P 9 K, E I X VVewaka, Okla. lvfalta Bend, Mo. Pres. 5? XP, Hi Beta Steppog J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppng Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. Sec. 23 I X5 Sec. R. A. D. ANNA EDGAR, 117' fb fb HELEN EGGMAN, E I X Bethany, La. I524 St. Louis Ave., Y. W. C. Ag Hi Beta Steppo. East St' Louis, IH' A. A.g Home Economics Club, Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A., V Sr. Hockey. A SYLVIA EDGLNGTON, ' JULIA ELLIOTT, B E B cp 9 kv A A qi' Q XP New London, Mo. 301 Secoaldv Pres. Pan Hellenic, Hi Beta Hommyi Ok H- sfeppog J. L. W. v. Book Club, Pres. X A 495 Standard Board, Grail Staff. ' 1 , . , . ,lf Page 57 7- 'f-Y ---Y-W AM -1- --..-V.. .. ..,,, . ,... . ..,. .... . ,,,,,,M,,,,,Q-mr, Y, W """' """"""""'C"""'W"" ""1 1 1 --- A .-,- . 'Mi .,,.,,..,e....,-, ..,. --, .,... .,,, A, ..-.,...--.. il ,". ,, . 1... ,,.. . 1 A ...... ,, U W.. 1 rx.. 1. 1 ll L. .. 1. , , 'T " . 1 1.""' . , ' ' 1 . ' ' 1 1 i A f"'V"'u""""' 1- "LJ ...i 1 2 2 ' " A 1 . . ., . i W... 5 i ' 1 l ,.....4fl . 1 .. .,.. -..--...,,.-. .W , . . . . 1 . . . 1. ,,,,, ..,. i 1 . 1 1 A l 1 1 2 E .1--1 1 lr 5 'W i :fl 5 1 "- l 12... 1 VJ if-'01 r-" 11-H11 '14 1 F1 l 1 1..ll H1 ml 151 10 l 1 1 li-ll 1-1 1 Wil llv' 11 l' 2 1--Q1 l 1f" 11 - . . 1,1 Q1 1 1 2 A---AE MILDRED JEAN EVANS, K A 4' JOSEPHINE FLANAGAN, Z M E 1 ' 509 "C" Place, Independence, Mo. 1 Farmington, Mo. R. No. 6, 'MM' Y. VV. C. A.g J. L. W. V.g Pres. Latin Clubg J. L. W. V.: f A. A.g Hi Beta. Pan. Hell. MARY VIRGINIA FISHER, HTI' MILDRED A. FLATT, Saverton, Mo. IOI4 W. Colorado Ave., J. L. W. V.g Book Clubg Hi Colorado Springs. C010- Betag Y. W. C. A. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.g J. L. 1 W. V.g S. A. B.g Hi Beta. CHRISTABELLE Fosran, A 2 I' 1' ' IONE E., FQWLER, 1 50, sth St., - A 4I19K,T2T,APA Garden City, Kaus. 501 Colorado Ave., Book Clubg J. L. W. V.g Hi Holton, Kans- Beta Steppo. V Y. W. C. A.3 Sec. C. A.g , Home Ec. I 1 ISABELLE -Fosrsk, E I' I' HELEN FRE11-Ac 1 Garden City, KHIIS. Higgingvillg, Mg, 1 1 11 Book Clubg Hi Beta. Steppo.. f C , 1.15, W, v, 1 A F' ...J1 .... , .. I 1 1 1 1 I 1 ll'-ll 1111 , . 1 1 1 I A Y 1 ' 1 E1 111 .3 . 'ni i P 1 1 l l l l lLi1 11 l arm 1,-1 if -A 1 Page 53 ....-.,......,...........,,.....-,. l I , 1 g ........-.-,-.-....-......W....... -.-. -..--...A-W.-- ..,. ......, ., ,...-,- Q' Y. 1 4. lv? 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V., Hi Betag Carmencitag A. A. Fort Morgan, Colo. Hypatia Hexagong French Clubg Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta Steppo. ADA B. Gnssiz, fir 9 K, H T I' Mmmuzn M. Gnassn-JG, K A if Fort Morgan, Colo. Pres. H T I' g Pres. Carmen- citag Y. W. C. A.g 1. L. W. V., Hi Beta. 321 Jefferson, Farmington, Mo. Pres. K A 45, Fire Chief, Y. W. C. A.g J. L. W. V., Hy- - patia Hexagon. ' Pzlgi? 52 I 2 I I " a ..-,.. 2 1 ""'1 s 3 I .-.J z , ,.... l L M., l ...J - s- 1 LJ I ,l 45 .-..., , si ,ii I H J I I 2 l . I .H 2 , .. I 1 E V I1 ffl, Val ,Lil r . I ..-.1 I l Lew 1 I I xx ,--, F'1 1,1 r 4 I HELEN' f3lLMORE, 'IP 9 K, fl' 'P 'I' EOLA GUNSTREAM, 9 T E II2 W. 18th St., Orange, Texas. Chweflney VVY0' Hypatia Hexagon, S. A. B., Vice-Pres. S. A. B., J. L. VV. Hi Beta Steppog Carmencitag V., French Club, Y. VV. C. A. Y. VV. C. A. MARIAN GoLnsM1'rH, RACHEL Hema, K5-'P 4203 E. Douglas, VVichita, Kans. A. A., Curtain Raisersg House Pres.g Pep Squad, Hi Beta Steppo. North Main, Sapulpa, Okla. Treas. K A 'TR RUTH HARRIS OLA HAMMOND, dvfbflf 3941 Cambridge Ave., no VV. ZISC St., Kansas City, Kaus. Hutchinson, Kans. Home Ec.g J. L. W. V., S. J. L. VV. V.g Carmencita. A. B. I THELMA HAM, E I' 1' HELEN HAUBERT, 9 T E 221 VV. Bridge Ave., Blackwell, Okla. Senior Quartet. K . .1508 Johnson, Keokuk, Iowa. Curtain Raisersg Pres. J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A. Rag? 60 .-du. RUTH HAUSER, A P A RUTH HILTON, E 1' T, 9 T E Charles City, Iowa. 2500 VVoodcrest, A. A., Hi Beta Steppo, J. L. LIHCOIHI Nebr- VV, V, Y. VV. C. A. WILLAE MAE HIGGINS, SVI' MARY HOWARD HIX, Lone YVolf, Okla. K 4 IfTli,TET,fl"lD1IP A. A., Y. W. A., J. L. W. V. 335,N- Wh St-I Lexington, Mo. T. W. A., J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A., Hi sera. KATHERINE HOFFMAN, fb 4' 4' BEATRICE HosI-IER, A P A zu Shepherd Place, Savannah, Mo. Hannibal, MO- Book Club, Hi Beta, Sr. Pep Sr. Hockey Team, Treas. A. Squad. A., Hi Beta, J. L. WV. V. BERENICE Hoovlik, 2 1' I', K A 4' ETHEL MAYE HUNT, K A 'if 2228 Nebraska Ave., 244 VV. 5th St., Kansas City, Kans. Garnett, Kaus. J. L. W, V., Y. W. C. A. J. L. W. V., Carmencita. 1 Page 61 IW' Wzw 'WWW ' li wi 1 lf'l il! T... Lil Uil .J Ui LW . I.-WJ . f--A ,.. lj in in elf! .MTL ffl mf lVI.'XURlNE HUNT Ni.-XRGARET INDORF, E F17 411 S. Grand, 1001 Valley Street, Lees Summit, Mo. Hannibal, Mo. J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppog J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppog Curtain Raisgfs, W. FI'Bl'1Cll' Legislature, Burrall Class Cabinet. VIOLETTE MAE HUTCHESON, E MAFALDA INGLE, H TI' 9 T 817 Osage, Bartlesville, O'kla. Carmencitag Hi Beta Steppog , Y. W. C. A.g J. L. W. V., Treas. 9 T E. 146 Hlelfenstein Rd., VVebster Groves, Mo. President Curtain Raisersg J. L. W. V., Hypatia Hexagong Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A. MARY JANE IRVINE, ' ' .2 I X 1 - ' . BERNICE JOBLXN, I' A dr Marshall, Mo. 706 Adam St., Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Russelville, Ark- Hi Beta Steppo. J. L. W. V.g Curtain Raisersg ' Y. W. C. A. MARGARET JENKINS, ALICE JONES, fb 9 K, Q NI' i Q9 K1 9 T E 1 Hartsburg, Mo. Alma, ,hfwa V V . , Hypatia Hexagon, Vice-Pres. Treasurer Cdftaih'Raisersg'j'. ' ' 1. L. W. V., Sec.-Treas. fb GK, L. W. V.g Y. W. C. A.g H1 Beta Steppo. l fl? 5 3 3 ,,,,. l A "E LJ F li 15 L- l g .-.l ,lil ,rd ,Ll lf 1.4-1 , a .5 1 :rm 3 .1 """l i i : 1 , x L li VL- 5 1 s -J f lm in A V lLl'I A F lwl lfll ' fl " ' afl l tl... Q Page 62 A-A ' f-W'--M:":"' ""1'7"u'f" 5 i 3 ,..,. ,..::.l:....-....F:g....:-.....::.. .... Ti. .'.-.:.l.:...i i 1 ,xx ,....,. ,., ..,.,.. TNQ., ..............-..::-....,ig.. V A...-.-.lq--.,.,.--,..4 ,Wi Uni LJ ai f .-.iw l L 1 J s .M J ,gg Q l.--J 1 all L...s Q in L,-..-l A . . .--J .-- .-W. - --v .- ,...... i . I 4 1 1 i. I I 5 wif I-,- E ...M v .,- 1. V... L., E F 1 Q Q ra , ,M I .,.., UAE ,.. Lv ...J I' . L... F ...A !1"T M. Q-...... --44 7 .-.Ma 5 1, I i '--1 ..., u FQ i nl I I 5 E ffl i "" V 3 ,M .,.,, 3 3 ,.... l 'l ...J lf I , L71 . S 1----- . 3 1 EDYTI-IE joNEs, E 1' I', K A 4, 7 EMILY Ku-ILER, lil 2119 N, 7th St., Frankfort, Mo. Vw- Kansas City, Kans. ' J, L, W, V, L., Hi Beta, Y. W. C. A, cabinet. 2 VIRGINIA JUDD, HIOWANDA KILLIAN, Z M E C,...I , qi 9 hy X A 'Pi E I X Marshfield, Mo. H 4.11 N. 3rd St. H - H . . LIW- V. Atchison, Kaus. , , ypana wagon, J g 1 ..,, , Ed. of Standard, V.-Pres. of 'F W"' I 5 . -4, 4, 9 K, . I, ' I ' Q YOLAVNDA KILLIAN, Z M E ' Kuig, x , 'P B K, K A fb - -I Marshfield, Mo. J. L. W. V.g Curtain Raisersg Hi Beta, Y. W. C. A. ELIZABETH KIRKPATRICK, 4576 Bryant St., Denver, Colo. Home Ee., Y. W. C. A. N-.wh Sf-, A Ein- Lbuis, 111.51-ff. GLADYS , KLOPOLSKY, 9 A E, 9 T E xozg W. Bridge, Blackwell, Okla. Pres. 9 A Eg Sec. Curtain , Raisersg J. L. W. V., Hi Beta, 3 Sr. Pep Squad. , I I l l ..-J U7 fi U7 E. w 1 f-1 C IV... Page 63 I mm., MILDRED KNAPP, VERNA L. KOCI-IAN, H B T 334.4 Askew Ave., Maysville, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Y. YV. C. A.g Hi Beta, J. L. French Clubg A. A., Y. W. W. V., Sec. A.: Hockey Team, Hi Beta, J. L. W. V. MURIEL KNIGHT, . X Afb, E I X MARGARET KRAMPF, Weaubleau' MO, 6054. Pershing Ave Treas. Y. VV. C. A., Stan- Sf- LOWS, M0- VERA LACKEY, Williams Bay, Wjs, French Club, Vice Pres. of Y. W. C. A. dard Board, A. A., French Clubg Hi Beta Steppo. 2 I' Il, H T I' RUTH LANE, 2 F I' 647 Ann Ave., Kansas City, Kans. French Club, Carmencitag Hi Betag Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V.g Sr. Sextette. NIARGARET LAIN, II TF FRANCES M, LAUF, 1422 VV. 36th St., Osage City, Mo. Oklahoma City, Okla. Legislatureg Pres. of Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. Page 64 EVA LAWRENCE, Z BI E UNA MINNETTE LEVITT, Z M E Mound City, Mo. Wilson, Kans. J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta Steppog A. A.g Pep Squadg j. L. W. Hypatia Hexagong Y. W. C. V.g Hi Beta Steppog Curtain A. Cabinetg Legislature. Raisers. THELMA EIHLEEN LEMAs'rER, MARJORIE Lewis, X A47 fb qi qi 147 Carle Ave., 1425 E. 5th St., San Antonio, Tex. Pueblfb Colo- J. L. W. V.g Spanish Clubg Pan Hellenicg Y. VV. C. A.g Standard Staff. Hi Beta Steppog I. L. W. V. LILLIAN Lmaiucx, fir fb 41 EDITH ALLISON LISLE, A P A Galatia, Ill. Clardina, Iowa Y. W. C. A.g Hi Beta Steppog J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta Steppog Home Ec. Club. Y. W. C. A. BADONNA LINGLE, II T I' ALLENNA RUTH LUNT, fb A B Bethany, Mo, New Sharon, Iowa. Pres. A. A.g Hi Beta Steppog A. A.g Hi Beta Steppo. Y. W. C'. A.g I. L. W. V.g Hockey. 1 l Page 65 f" ' 7 1 if , . M, 3 I . iqfL4jcEfrg1f3,ef3 lFJTEPHENEUPF' 7 l 'Ci UT, C C u-. I' ... r 'TCP' 5, U7 1 .J U7 A S . i Y V YYY ' ' "W Y iw' " ' "W ' -ff-vw - U7-. ,,,.,.,,.,,,,, 3 l- WFANNY LYoNs, EDGELETH ARi1f1ii,mm ' ' ..... 5 Higginsville, Mo. 649I2A'iHuh15!'Hire,f 'l" X. " - c J. L. W. V. Quincy, Ill. c 1 c " 5 ' J. L. W. V.g Soccer Teamg i7AM'Afl'y1,,,Q,fl ' 5 -- I Pep Squadg V.-Pres. fl? fi'-,.S1',gJ,,c -jg' 2 A ' I - Curtain Raisersg Book Clubg W m ' wg k- , Sr. V-, on Executive Board. L F- , MACLAY, 9 T E DOROTHY METZ, T E T 'LN 1586 oleaux St. Jfwx ll 420 E. 7th St., 1 1 W 1 Wxijoto Mo- S 'Q 'iwlsf-1 'ff J" M York Nebr. J 1 i , 1 I 1 .', Qu. .Q - ff 'W' X Q ,K ' ff , :f ' 5 4 , 'di , ,W A . Y' c iain'Raisefs: A 2' W- a.-lc '.' 'i- ' +31 3' 0 -- F P g y, 1 1. 1' 1' ,. Q '-""- . 'wr , ' . '-.l" A'54 -5: ' ' mi , -'. b 7:2 W. 'frm' , , If A '-,gmffi ' 25" f gr we 1, ,gif Q , I c "f' 7 A cf I F 'H'l":.Z'J'5f'7fg Q., ':fvx:s:Qi?f" ' 'H ,fn ' K 3 .,V' ' 1 ' -Q f. Zh' ' gr-N! MA ' ..:- A4.,V ...Q : ,+ 3 , 2 . -I ni t" H L: , ., ff fwwin .2-rm, - L v 5 Am. 74 mf f jfs ,,,. ,f W - ,, v1,,,,f,f.., 'gfgwf 1, A 5 1 MW ' w ,pf 1 A J! 5 ir.. .i':'77."'-'21 ,J W ". -'if' 'ST-ffE1 r g ' Q - U ,, ., f, , N - ...f M, K AKI, Q w ,iv , -- A, in -2, , Q, , Q - V ,. ,-.-lg, ., ly v 3 1, 2 4 -A k , . c f i ff , it a "1 c Emi J. Wi K. E ac Q 2 -3 f AGNES MxLL1zn, A ,. f 4" MVA" xMAgY'VxR6iN1A Mn.x.En, I' AVP L! W ' i , V lwzgzqffa. Ave? .L,V., I , RL ' ' - 93'Ff"" Accc 2 fcc P ga c 3 Al gf- 'LT L, 4 1 ,, - -3 Y ,, YK, - Y Vbrk Advrllm nrn Y rn 'Hmmm i A X I - c-I Y U U1 li U7 , mi F e J 5 In L Page 66 U7 ,X ............ , 1mu'1mU'zLmfJ-xlH?JD92'Wji.V1m1.f1mL.11m c - V c M cc 1 l 1 FAI' lVl.-XRIE MI'rc'IIEI.I,, LENA RUTH NIOORE, 9 T F O 'I' li, O ,I li 4606 Arsenal Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Curtain Raisers, Spanish Club, J. L. WV. V., Sec.-Treas. Home Economics Club. CPAL MONTGOMERY, -If 9 Ii, II A rr Pattonsburg, Mo. Legislature, French Club, J. L. VV. V., Pres. Grand Coun- 215 YV. Padon, Blackwell, Okla. J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A. Home Economics Club, Cur- tain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo DOROTHY BELL MORRIS Green Ridge Mo S. A. B., Standard Board Grail Staff, J L XY V cil. EDITH MULHoI.I.AND, v RUTH MCCULLEY, A P A 'IJ 912 9 T E 2631 Allen Ave., Malvern, Iowa Home Econo-mics Club, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. VV. C. A., J. L. VV. V., Legislature, Hockey Team, Editor Stephensophia, Burrall Class Cabinet. St. Louis, Mo. Sec. S. G. D., Hi Beta Steppo, A. A., Capt. Hockey Team J. L. W. V., Legislature, Y WV. C. A., A. A. Board.. MARGARET IVLCCARTHY, 2 I X DORIS MEDEVITT Z 'll 1 5139 Verneau Ave., 2243 Main Awe, St. Louis, Mo. Durango, Colo Book Club, Y. VV. C. A., I- I. L. YV. Y Carmencita I.. YV. V., Legislature, A. A., French Club, X XX C A Vice-Pres. French Club, S. A. B. .I-"'jf""':T""""--'-T-""' Illgf' 6, 1-.lf"'TiT.""""'ii"ii-T""Tf 41 45.35, GSW Fi"T":2?"'T"'T""'r I - v I f' , I -, X . C I ! . r 5 - ff 1 . . , . , ,.,.. . ... x...-....., k . ,,I...,. i5l"1' llfulmlllQ.gji'fLI,f'L-'ff wwf 'L ........ .,,.,,.,-. .......-.......,..i...,..............,....., 4 .A X - -3 ' ,.-..,.-...-...,. ..--- ..-.... .....,..., . - . -.f .Y - CLARA E. MCKAY, 111411 'P Boosts Louisa NELSON, K A 'if Knox City, Mo. MCALESTLR, OKLA. l I. L. VV. V., Sr. Sextet. Y J. L. VV. V. Ln,r.x.xN F, MCNAMARA, A X A JEWEL NEWBERN, 728 VV. Second, Byars, Okla. Oftumwav lowa- S. A. B., Hypatia Hexagon Hi Beta Steppog J. L. VV. V.g French Clubg Curtain Raisersg French Club. Hi Beta Steppog Y. YV. C. A. LUCILLE NICHOLS, 1' A KP CI..-XRA C. OLSON, 9 T E Ashland, Mo. 1.4.05 S. 16, J. L. W. v., Latin Club. Lmwlnv Nfbf- Y. VV. C. A.: I. L. VV. V.: ' Vice-Pres. S. G. D.g Legis- lature. LOUISE OGILVIE, E 1' IL Q XI' RACHEL PARKER' 306 E. Commercial St., Z F ll, 'll 9 lx, H T P Charleston, Mo. 628 Capitol Ave., Y. WV. C. A., Hockey Team. JCEQTSOH City, M0- Pres. Burrall Bible Class. Page 68 r.......... ....,.,..,,. , ,, ..,, .,....v.2.--., .....,,.,.,. ........, .. ,,.. , , ,, ,......... . I Va ' 1 an . A . 3 1 AUDREY PARKS, HT 1' HEl,EN PENNINGTUN, 1415 W' yd, 211, HT1 Sedalia, Mo. 324 Ist Ave. S. VV., Y. W. C. A.. J. L. W. V. Ardmore, Okla, Y. VV. C. A.g Sec't E 1'I'g Hi Beta Steppog J. L. VV. V. Y GRACE ALMA PATTERSON, IQATHARINE PRICHARD, E I X Jasper, Mo. Columbia, Mo. J. L. VV. V.g Y. XV. C. A.g S. A. B.g Book Clubg French Curtain Raisersg Hi Beta Clubg Y. VV. C. A. Steppo. V1RG1N1A RAGSDALE, E I X NIILDRED RAMSEY, Z M E 4 VVatson Place, Oregon, Mo. C0lUmb1H, Mo. Hi Beta Steppog J. L. VV. V. J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A. AMAND.A CLAIRE RALLS, Z M E ANN.-X MARGARET REAGAN, 922 Mansfield St., T 2 T, B E 15 Vvinfleld, Kaus. I2I0 S. Elwood Ave., Hi Beta Steppog I. L. W. V. Tulsa, Okla- Book Clubg Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg J. L. VV. V. Pagf' 69 1- , l A a .4 'W x l l . E K l . . . .la SARAHAGNES REED, K A fi' HELEN M. REVARD, B 2 B YVellsville, hlo. 4.01 N. 7th St., A. A., Y. w. C. A., J. L. P01108 City. Okla- W. V., S. A. B.g Y. VV. A., J. L. XV. V., Y. VV. C. A., Hi ' Hi Beta, Home EC. Beta Steppog Home Ee., Cur- ' tain Raisers, Treas. B Z3 B. IRENE RENSCH, LOUISE Rice, fb T Ii, I' A CI Laredo, Mo, 710 San juan Ave., La Junta, Colo. J. L. XV. V., Y. XV. C. A. French Club. ASENATH Rxccs, I' A dv HAZEL ROBBINS, 9 T li, H B T Kent, Iowa. 522 W. Blackwell Ave., J. L. W. V. Blackwell, Okla. Hi Beta, J. L. VV. V., French Club. DEAN Ronsms, B E B OPAL ROLLINS, Q XI 125 N. 38th Avenue, 522 VV. Blackwell Ave Omaha, Nebr. Blackwell, Okla. Senior Hockey Team: Life J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta. Saver, A. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. l i 4 l - Page 70 f. "" 7j',"",' ""' L1.jM"'fl1f"'f" .... ---,,L.T,M-,l,...,L,-..::-.. iw .V W wf...' A al "'lLlll 77 aff L Lf 2 I ' M: La ...J 3 . 1 fy ,f,- I f 1 1 .2 5 . -.,...-,f..,LII..- M- ......-.. 1' L: "' -' ll----.f.,...Q.,.,.,,LL BETTIE RowAN, 616 Argyle Court., Clinton, Iowa. Y. WV. C. A.g Hi Beta Steppog J. L. VV. V.g Carmencita. DOROTHY ROVVAN, 616 Argyle Court, Clinton, Iowa. A. A. Q1 NI.-XRY K.ATHERXNE SAMS, B 2 B Belton, Mo. J. L. VV. V.g Legislatureg Hi Beta Steppo. VIRGINIA SHEPHERD, H T 1' Ioo Fulton St., Dallas, Tex. Pres. S. G. D.g Legislature: Y. VV. C. A.g Hi Beta Steppo. FLORENCE SHERMAN, E 1' I' ELIZABETH LEE SINKS, II T I' Utica, Mo. 1336 E. 25th, Y. W. C. A4 J. L. W. v.g Tulsa, Okla. French Clubg V.-Pres. E 1' F5 J. L. VV. V.g Y. YV. C. A. Senior Quartette. ELIZABETH SHIELDS, E 1' l', Ili A B ELIZABETH SLAUGHTER, B E B Shreveport, La. Hi Beta Steppo. Paris, Ark. Pres. Book Clubg V.-Pres. BE BQ Hi Beta Steppog J. L. VV. V.g Y. W. C. A. Xfxl :T "No" A 'Q .miwrx U Page 71 Sx . 4 U . , A9 Y l --A - A -4 1 CATHERINE SMxTH, Z M F RILDA SMITH, T E T 518 N, 5th, St,, 405 S. Grand, Leavenworth, Kans. Cherokee, Ukla. J L. YV. V.g Hi Beta, Pres. Y. YV. C. A.g Hi Betag S. Z M E, A. B. DoRoTHY B. Smrru, 9 T E RUTH H. SMrrH, 1' MP 721 N, 7th St., New Market, Iowa. Burlington, Iowa. J, L, VV' V. Sec. Pan Hell., Y. NV. C. A.g Hi Beta, Latin Clubg V.-Pres. Curtain Raisers. WVINIERED STAHL, T E T, E I X Es'rHER STAMPHER, dv fl' fl' I608 S. Peoria, Chase Hotel, Tulsa, Okla. St. Louis, Mo. Vice-Pres. C. A. Y. VV. C. A.g Hi Beta, Car- mencita. MARY LOUISE STALKER, E I X M,xR'rHA STANLEY, B E B 907 S. Detroit, 725 YV. Ist St., Tulsa, Ukla. Carrollton, Mo. Book Club, J. L. YV. V., Pres. A. A.g A. A. Boardg Legisla- E I X- ture, Pep Squad, Hi Beta. Page 72 FRANCES S'l'.XNI.EY, E I X CI..xR.x STEPH.-KN, 820 VV. Broadway, Cuba, MO. Sedalia, MO- J. L. W. V.g Y. W. C. A. Y. VV. C. A.g French Clubg Legislatureg Treas. Z I X3 Business Manager Stephen- sophiag Hi Beta Steppo. Y RUTH STARKEY, SHIRLEY STEPHENS, U T 1 E ll ll, T E Ty H T ll Coushatta, La. 3210 Classrm Blvd-. Hi Bm Steppog Y. W. C. A4 Oklahoma City, Okla. J, L, VV, V, Pres. 2 1' 119 Senior Quartet, Y. VV. C. A.g Hi Beta Steppo, Vice-Pres. T Tg J. L. XV. V. VIRGINIA STIMPSON, E I X XVILLINE STOKES, 9 4' IOSO N. Lawrence Ave., W'iclIita, Kans. Y. XV. C. A.g Hi Beta Steppog J. L. VV. V.g Spanish Club. VIRGINIA STIPE, Plattsburgh, Mo. I. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppog Home Economics Club. I2I S. Okfuskee, VVewoka, Okla. Hockey Teamg Vice-Pres. J. L. XV. V. VIRGINIA STONE 423 VV. Pueblo, Hockeyg Hi Treas. 5 I X 2 E I X 18th St., Colo. Beta Steppog l 3 I figr' 73 if 'lffffv' x NL.-XRY STUART, E I X HYAcxN'rH SUTHERLAND, H T 1' Liberty, Mo. Zoz E. 14th St., Book Club, Legislatureg Y. VV. Oklahoma C193 Okla- C. A.g Pres. of C. A. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Betag Pan Hell., J. L. W. v. AUDREY SWEAT, fb fi' Elf ANNE TITUS, McFall, Mo. 806 East Ave., Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., Holdfegey Nfbf- Hi Beta, Treas. of 111111111 Pres. French Club, Hypatia Hexagon, A. A., Y. W. C A Hi Beta. LUELLA TODD, ANNIE SUE TUCKER, IIT I' A. A., J. L. VV. V., Hi Betag Y. VV. C. A., Senior Pep Ripley, Tenn. V.-Pres. Burrall Bible Classy Y. VV. C. A., J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta Steppo. 428 Melville, St. Louis, Mo. Squad. THELA,1A 'I'READwAY, K A KT' KATHRYN LOUISE TULLOSS Bixby, Okla, Rantoul, Kans. Hypatia Hexagon, Y. VV C A.g J. L. VV. V., H1 ea Steppo. Pfuzf 74 -......... 5 ' Lflfi if ',,.QQfQQf, ,,. V' V 'QQ JOSEPHINE VAUGHT, B 2 B LoUIsE XVALKER, T E T, A P A 2554 Redick Ave., 205 S. Pacific St., Omaha, Nebr. Cape Girardeau, Mo. A. A., French Club, Pres. J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Steppog B E B. A. A.g Senior Pep Squad, House President. HELEN VVALKER, A P A ALICE FERN XV.-XLLACE, 1' A lf' 205 S. Pacific St.,- 1605 N. 46th St., Cape Girardeau, Mo. St. Louis, Ill. A. A.g J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta Book Club, Pres. l'A"Pg Y. Steppog Hockey. W. C. A.g Hi Beta Steppog J. L. W. V. EMMARETTA WELCH, E I X JOYCE WILLIAMS, fb 9 K, B Z B 69 S. Adams, Holdenville, Okla. Carthage, Ill- J. L. W. V., Hi Beta steppo. J. L. VV. V., French Club, Hi Beta Steppo. SUSAN WELCH, A P A HELEN LOUISE VVXLLLIS, fl' 9 K Richmond, Mo. 630 Park Ave., J. I.. W. V.g Hi Beta Steppo. Omaha, Nebr- J. L. YV. V., Senior Sextetteg Y. VV. C. A. Pug: 75 Eur: VVILLITS, 'T'1l"P VVILMA VVONN, Z1 I 205 Franklin St., Garden City, Kans. MY- Pleaiamv Iowa- Hockey Team, J. L. VV. V. A. A., Y. W. C. A., w. w. A., J. L. VV. V., Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta, Sec. 'bibfll EVELYN JANE VVRAY, 844 VV'ilkinson, Shreveport, La. EMILY VVITTEN, B 2 B R. F. D. 8, Trenton, Mo. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta, French Club. Rosie XVYIJE, H T 1 601 XV. 15th St., Oklahoma City, Okla Hi Beta Steppo. VIVIAN VVRENN, K A 'IP 1533 VVillis Ave., Omaha, Nebr. Senior Hockey Team, J. L. VV. V., A. A., Hi Beta, Car- mencita, Censor of Main Hall, Membership Chairman of Y. XV. C. A. Pa iff' 76 Second Semester SeniOfS MARY ELDERED C.xMPBEl,L, DOROTHY DEIS, lb 9 K, Z M E 311 W. 12th sr. Gilliam, MO. Pueblo, Colo. Hypatia Hexagon. Hi Betag Book Clubg Legis- latureg Asst. Bus. Man. Grailg Carmencitag V.-Pres. Burrall Class. KATHRX'N CROWDER, B E B LORA LEE DEF-US, 619 N. Ilfll St., 400 5-'Hill Sf-Y Manhattan, Kans. Ffedeflfky M0- J. L. VV. V. HARRIET EYER, Z 1' 1', E I X MARY ALICE KARSCH, K A fb 1800 Cheyenne Road 316 VV. Columbia St., Colorado Springs, Colo. Farmington, Mo. A. A.g Carmencita. Hypatia Hexagong Book Clubg Grail. MARY' FISCHER, T E T, H T 1' Euzauern R. Loss, B E B 712 VVest St., 306 WV. Madison, Shenandoah, Iowa. Fairfield, Iowa. Pres. Hypatia Hexagong Book J. L. VV. V. Clubg Curtain Raisersg Legis- latureg Hi Beta. L.-. . . Gi Page l 41 LAURA E. LONG, B E B CLEO MAE MOATES, Z M E 306 W. Madison St., 202 Corning St., Fairfield, Iowa. Red Oak, Iowa. J. L. VV. V. Y. VV. C. A., J. L. VV. V. 'VIRGINIA F. STILLMAN, VIRGINIA LEE VVILLIAMSON, 2 1' P, H T I' E I X 36a Center Drive, Hampton, Park, Clayton, Mo. 6003 Etzel Ave., St. Louis, Mo Treas. S. G. D., Y. W. C. Cap. Jr. Hockey Team, A. A., Legislature. A.g Basketball, Hi Beta. Page 78 MARCELA POWELL, Albia, Iowa. Curtain Raisersg Hi Beta Y. VV. C. A. MARY VVRIGHT, 1064. 22nd St., Des Moines, Iowa. A. A., French Clubg Cur- tain Raisersg Standardg I L. VV. V.g Basket Ball. ,FH guna' ' '- 1. ,Q W ,I Q aul, 4 25' rw 3, ...ul - ... , ff :' 3 A 1 3 5 2 5 1 '. . X ' ' ,. .-:p Q ,al .- 5. - if . . -, : 1 5 .Zig , ' , .1 H' '. I ..' .8-X f . . - 1 1 If ah. '. I fi 4 ,fi E-3 I Lf in ',,."', E rt, 1 '. ,119 :i 2 ---...f,, - .., . r. x - r:fi4g:f?.2-, PU" LZ- S 1 .U 'f""'----,. 5' if , " fs, In z, gk 3. 1' .3 -, . r, I 1 -Q 5 'X'-lg-L--1 1 ' ' ' 5 - 1 "- 5 fd 5 I t x, 1 I L 1 1 ' 1 s 2 X . D.. X C . . ,- Q .lla -N gf' X iv ' ,. . 1 1 ' 4 1 nl Q A .I 5. Z.: rm ew - S W X 4 6 ' I 6. , N. N wi" ' Q I QW. Q ' Kklllnng F .,... 'f , N--.., xx 'lluril nts Pagg 79 Mums STEM: NOEL FOUSHEE J UNI OR CLASS President .................................. XTIVIAN NOEL l'iee-President .............................. IQAYE FOUSIIEE Secretary-Treasurer - . .................. - - DEBORAH BIILLS S. A. Ii. lfepresentatire .... .. ................... JANE STEIQN Sponsor .................................. Miss STRICKLER W'hen a few hundred young and innocent Juniors arrivcd upon Stephens campus to make the class of '28 famous, they W rr: plwsullterl with ,grccn arm-hands as badges of their slavery to the Seniors. No mention shall be ni-1.le ol sundry decorations dis- covered hanging on the front campus one sunny morning. The Seniors had their revenge, however, when a chorus of Senior voices pre- sented the treasured Junior song in assembly one morningg the Seniors won the hockey game to the tune of three to two. In the rivalry that continued. the Juniors won the Basket hall tournament. The far-t':uned Junior Jollies, presented under the direction of Mr. Hickman and Miss Keppel, was one of the ycar's greatest events. "Come take a trip on our Jollies, ship-" The Junior party, given immediately after Christmas, was a splendid antidote for the second attack ot' homesickness. The Junior Prom, honoring the Senior Class, was the event of the year. Xllithin the tent of a shiek, the dancers followed "fez" programs, and saw a living picture of "Allah's Holiday." Yes, the class of '28 is making history. Page 80 VERN IXBERCROMBIE, 'l' Xl' fl' ELVIRA ANDERSON, A PA FRANCES ARNOLD, Barnard, Kans. XVaho0, Nebr. 1403 VValnut, Home Ec.g Y. W. C. A. A. A. French Club. Columbia, M0- SUE FRANCES ADAMS, 9 T E KXUDREY APPLEGATE, 1' A fP 305 XV. Cherokee, Okmulgee, Okla. Hi Beta Steppog J. L. YV. V.g French Club, Curtain Raisers: Y. VV. C. A. 910 South 3rd St., Lamar, Colo. Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. C. A., J. L. VV. V. DOROTIiY Asn, 11 TI' MARY FRANCES BAILEY, HELEN RUTH BAKER, I' A -I- 12o S. Clark, 1745 South Maple St., 1712 Ioth Ave., Moberly, Mo. Carthage, Mo. Council Bluffs, Ia. Curtain Raisersg Hi Beta Steppog J. L. W. V., jr. Pep Squad. EVELYN VIRGXNIA ASH, BEULAH EVELYN BAINUM, 324 N. Summitt St., 9 T E El Dorado, Kaus. 603 East Blackwell Curtain Raisers, Home EC. Ave-. Clubg Hi Beta Steppog J. Blackwell, Okla- L. W. V.g Y. W. C. A. Y. W. C. A. w I 1 2 l 4 ...J Page S1 FLORICE BARNEY, BEATRICE B. BATEMAN, A X A IRENE BEALE, Neodesha, Kans. Seymour, Iovva. E I' T, fi? 9 K, T 2 T, K A 'I' Y. W. C. A.g J. L. VV. V. Y. VV. C. A.g Y. VV. A.g Republic, Mo. Hypatia Hexagon. Curtain Raisersg Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. A., Y. W. C'. A. MAXINE BARRUS, X A fb, 9 NI' PEARL BEAIRD, Z M E III East 25th St., 853' E. College, Tulsa, Okla. Shreveport, La. French Clubg Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. RosE FRANCES BEECHEN, A P A FRANCES ELLEN BENTON, KATHRYN BIDSTROP, fb fl? fb Osceola, Iowa. 1' A 4' Carrollton, Mo. J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta Malvern, Iowa. Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. C. Steppog Y. VV. C. A. Hypatia Hexagong Y. VV. A., Y. W. A. C. A.g Curtain Raisersg A. A.g Hi Beta Steppo. VIRGINIA BEEMAN, 6 T E MARIANNE BERRY, Y. W. C. A.g Home Ec. Club. 602 North 9th, Arkansas City, Kans. I. L. W. V. 3. Curtain Rais- ersg Hi Beta Steppog Stephensophia Staff. 2225 Forest Ave., Des Moines, Iowa. +"'.,w"' Page S2 2- nr--Wl---f'--'--q'--M--m-'--- -'AAe rw-'WI---E'-1-A---A-A-A-AM IEW Ll 52,4 if gif? if fi gs if? f.4'l?7?lW V7 U55 fi? U35 I .,:ii,,- .,.. - ,..... L....,Il.,,.,.,,.:f...Q.-..lT.........i .tg f ffl. U I..,:Q.-,.-,.....-gf:.r'f.g-,::4L:1x.-g--3J .MQW ,X Aff ELMA MARIE BLIXEN, K 3 fb LOLA BEATRICE BOVVDEN, HELEN BEATRICE BRADLEY, 1407 St. Louis Ave., K A qi QA B Edwardsville, Ill. 1038 E. Lee, Ordway, C0l0- Home Ec. Club, Y. XV. C. Sapulpa, Okla. Y- VV- C- A- A., French Club, Hi Beta Steppo. Y. VV. A., Y. VV. C. A.g , junior Sextctte. VIRGINIA BOUDIN, FRANCES BRADLEY, BME 3523 Hyde Park, 1927 N. Tejon St., Kansas City, MQ, Colorado Springs, fi Colo. 1 . Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. KATYRYN BRAS, 'if M Ei '.ARLICE BROWN, 1 A 7 Q,I,oUISE' BROWN, 'PG K, HTF I Okemah, Oklar K M 3rd and Quincey l C QI4 Adams, Home Ee. Clubg Y. W. C. Arfy. , Jefferson City, M0- A.g Hi Beta Steppo. Sedalla, MO- Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. Steppog J. L. W. V.g Jr. A., J. L. W. V. Pep Squad. JANICE BRIDELL. 3 I' F, H T F JEWELL BROWN, 7415 Flora Ave., Carthage, Mo. MaPlEW00dy Mo. Hypatia Hexagon. Y. W. C. A., Hi. Beta ,. . . . Steppogijuniori Quartet. ' 'W ' 'Z ' V Page 83 1 It ' rv- Y f 1 1 w v- Y ALICE FLoY BUCHANAN, ELIZABETH BURKH.-KRT, A P A LUCILLE BURRALL, 9 T E 203 Filbert, 411 VV. NVashington, 625 Taylor Ave. VVray, Colo. NTcAlester, Okla. Pittsburgh, Perla! Sec. and Treas. of Book r. Hocke Team' Hi Beta Home EC. Clubg Girth' Y Y ak Clubg J. L. VV. V.g Y. WV. Steppog jr, Sexgene, Raisersg Y. W. C. A.g H1 4 C. A. Beta Stepgpg YJW. Af 57.- Pres. Q - ' MARJORIE BUNTZ, Q Xl' Lois BURNETT, W ' 4 Shenandoah, Iowa. Antlers, Okla. ,, 'V " Hi Beta Steppog KI. L. VV. Curtain Raisersg . VW. C. X . 'X V. A.g Hi Beta tep 3 I-Qomfi V " VLA . EC. Club. uf I ' J 5 I Q L1LL1AN FRANCES BURRIS, BERNICE CAIN, I 22 I' T . MAH' I.-XNE'cAL!!ES,? 2 QX F A fb Augusta, Ill. E ?,,18bSouthiSt., . I'-,I+ Pueblo, Colo. Y. W' C. A.: Hi Beta j 9 X ,,CQgiton, Okk. 1- A Y. XV. C. A.g Home EC. Steppo. ' Hi. ta tepph. ' . Clubg Curtain Raisersg Y. . I 'fx 1 J VmG1N1A LEE BURROUGHS, FRANCES CQN, K A if V2 to Q 'Yr f SN' 1v13A1'e5fer, kla. ft .F .X V Marshall, Mo. Hi Betxa'jStep'Po. J if i , Y. W. A.g Y. W. C. A.g .J E 5 , ,ix ,' F, V ' J. L. W. V. . A E , 'E ,A ' N ' J '. '--Y:J',1 ,. -v ily as i i .X4 '- ' XV '- Yi. v i 4 1 P Ilff' S1 DESDA JANE CARMACK, MARGARET CARNEY, MARY KATHRYN CARTER, Houston MO fl, 6 K, K .X 'ID E M E Home EC. Club. Y. VV- C-1 918 N. 12th St., 2311 Washington, A, ' Fort Smith, Ark., Cairo, Ill. Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. C. Home EC. Club, Y. W. C. A., J. L. YV. V. A., Hi Beta Steppo. JANE CANNADAY, JUSTINE CARTER, KP 9 K, K A 4' 23 West Ioth St., 555 N. I4tll St., Hutchinson, Kans. East St. Louis, Ill. Home Ec. Clubg Hi Beta Hi Beta Steppog Book Steppog J. L. VV. V. Club, Y. W. C. A. ANNA MARIE CASE, DOROTHY KAY CHILCOAT, ESTHER CLEMINGS, R. E. D. No. 1, 'M B Columbia, Nuo. Concordia, Mo. Yuma, Colo. Y. W. C. A.g Hi Beta Steppog Curtain Raisers, jr. Pep Squad. FRANCES CASSELL, E M E ARLA R0 CLAPHAM, fb dv 'if Raytown, Mo. Snyder, Okla. Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. - Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. A. C. A. ' 1 Q Page 85 N.. I vyjvo T T . ixiiiu Ku-M ....-,.....- , , V Y Q " R . I l, .Q iff 5: 3 if spi i fi 5 V 'T ii 2 f "Yi ffl? il 3 f f R WF' T - ,,AW ,. ' I"-as Q 1 1 MARGARET CLUTTER, IRENE Coma, 111 9 K, K A if DOROTHY AGNES CO015ER,' C ' QT T- ,.,- 2 Larned, Kang, Excelsior Springs, - K A Q L--. 1 Mo. Hedrick, Iowa. Eg Latin Club. Y. W. C. AJ Hi B-era -J: Steppo. , mi MARGARET COCHRANE, CAROLYN CONDRA, E 1' 1' L' F V A Pella, Iowa. , Seymour, Iowa. . D . , 19113 Q' 1 Y. W. C. A.g Curtam Raxs- C, A, 'Q LTV ersg Frengh Club. V -, ' ELIZABETH CRARY, 2 M Eg.fI.B817CUbfH?NGHAM,i TQQDIARGARET DAMERONV, ,B 2 B , A 2 f , g ' R.1,QQufQ.1...f3jffmy 3 iagqmf W F 1' " , :Rt 1.2, S"-R C "FTench'Eluh:'VQ'fW.CiA13 ' ' ' ' ' 1 g Hi Beta Sreppp. 4 " A o ,R R ETHEL C'Ro1-'rs, T ' fbfiffilf RUTH CUTLEKQ' T' HTF ! 101- N. Forest Ave., ,ii Lander,,Wyo. ' ' fff.. C J. L. W. v.g Hi Beta Chfmufe, Kam?-" ij Steppo. 1 A J. L. W. V.g LY. W. C. A.: V' "" Qf ' - 'gli lzeta Steppog Jr. Pep .wil qua ' E ' E .. 4 C UH x Q FQ . . W.. , 1 T51 13 is .15 QT!! ,Wi ...J 3? ,Je ,BFE U54 hx! Ta H fl? fm", IVY CU am Lfs 2 5 2 .JT m T I' R W LD , EQ E T -5 J 4 wi lm ? 5 5 U P I, 2-K5 K Vg? ,- ' .Vg f f , U1 5 U-1 1 Page 86 Y I Q T - -- ----4-- W .... -Y ,,,, if Y- - ETB 9, ' L.,-,,.,i: ,..... - 0 .,,. -, ..-.,.,.,,......-.-...-..,T,,...,....l U1 wi U7 f-F1 H :al IW LL.-J I wa LJ w Lf -MI MJ 2 x 5 ,....., . , Li L. ....-1 1 Em I I I 1 l i 1,4 1 325 .., i . Q Q E .-...,u , 4 I I 5 : 4 . ...my 1 EJ IU? QF- I 1 gm Er- V1 L I , V Vim? :Lii I,-..... I . ,.....,,- - I Irv- . Q! 5 ,"""'! 1 L...,' Q 57"i GEORGI.X D.-XVID, H B T MARJORIE Lou DAVIS, 9 T E MILDRED MARIE DICKLIAN, Bartlesville, Okla. II8 N. 41st St., I'-A 4' Y. VV. C. A., Hypatia Omaha, Nebr. jackson, Mo. Hexagon, J. L. W. V., Hi Home Ec. Clubg Y. W. C. Beta Steppo. A. MARY LOUISE DAVID, 5 I X MYRA Ii.-XTHERINE DAY, I' A CIP 902 E. High St., 1502 S. Boulder, Davenport, Iowa. Tulsa, Okla. J. L. W. V., Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. MARIE DIcKsoN, ELEANOR MAURINE DoNovAN, MARY LOUISE DOWNING, Hermann, Mo. , K Dewey, Ill .-', '-IP fb fb Y. W. C. - A.g, 1 .Y. W. C. ,A.g Hi ,Beta Canon City, Colo. Club, Curtain Raisersif ,,,, Steppog Hume Ec. Clubiff, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta ' ' "i' Steppog Carmencitag Cur- - I A - tain Raisers. FLORENCE E. Dome, A P A ARLINE DOUGLAS, B 2 B Utica, Mo. 'I23 E. Washington J. L. W. V.g Curtain Rais- Ave., Wheaton, Ili. Y. W. C. A., A. A., Hi 1 Beta Steppog Hypatia Hex- . agong jr. Hockey Team. ersg Y. W. C. A.g Hi Beta Steppo. A Page 87 2 3 H , Q 4 W l ELAN ...J .My MU: EU.. ti" IIN, gal 15 EI, .... .- E I -AAA A I 5 s""i 2-4 Q-US f-.. .... 2 3 ,M !,.l:g 'Wi fi' 5.1 fm tml I .X We 'TI 1-li gui? T,-4 Q? 1 in... 1 HORTENSE B. DRACE, INEZ EARL, 9 T E MARGARET ELY, 9 XI' Ashland, Kans. Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C A., Hi Beta Steppo. Ulysses, Nebr. Hi Beta Steppo, Home Ec. Club, Y. VV. C. A., Adv. Staff of Standard and Grail. 3624 Memamec, St. Louis, Mo. ELEANOR LOUISE DUERR, JANE ELLIS, 9 T E 622 Third St., 2324 Fowler Ave., Council Bluffs, Ia. Omaha, Nebr. Curtain Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo, Y. W. C. A. MARY ETCHART, 2 M E VERNEEN FERGUSON, , ANNETTE FILLIUS, 2 M E 1105 W: 6th St., VVe5t Plains, Mo. Cardin, Okla. LHS Ammasl C010' Jr. Hockey Team, J. L. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V., A- Af! HOYHC EC- Club: Y' W. V., Hi Beta Steppo. Carmencita. W. C. A., Jr. Hockey Team. MARIE FAROUHAR, 4' fi' fi? DoR1s FXCKEL, fb A B 2I0 North Frederick, Malvern, Iowa. Calle Girardeau, MO- Curtain Raisers, French Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Club, Y. W. C. A., J. L. Steppo, Hypatia Hexagon VV. V., Hi Beta Steppo. CSec. and Treas.D. Page 88 1 ii J' NVILMA FINNELL, MERTIS lVlCCU'I'CllEN Fos'rER, MARION CIREY FRANKLIN, Shenandoah, Iowa. E I X xafb, owls Hi Beta Steppog J. L. VV. 915 Olive St., 375 Termino, V.. Y' XV' A. Shreveport, La. Long Beach. Calif. A. A.g Y. XV. C. A., Jr. Carmencitag S. A. B.g Asst. Hockey Team. E d i t o r Stephensophiag Standard Board: Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. C. A. VERA Fokmzs, B Z B FAYE FOUSHEE, E I X Boone, Iowa. Strand, Okla. Sec. Home Ee. Club, Y. VV. A. A.g Y. VV. C. A.g Hi C. A. Beta Steppog jr. Hockey ' Teamg Carmencitag J. L. W. V. MARY Gorman-: FRANKLIN, CLARA Fxxcxs, 2 I X MARJORIE GAnnn2, VVardell Ave., 325 N. Prospect Ave., Duenweg, Mo. Macon, Mo. Sedalia, Mo. Hi Beta Steppoy Y' VV- C. Home Ec. Club, Hi Beta Assoc. Editor Stephen- A., J. L. W. V.g Carmen- Steppog Y. VV. A. sophiag Hi Beta Steppog cita. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. v. CHARLOTTE FRANTZ, 9 T E LORETTA FRIEDERICH, TI B T 727 N. 5th St., 1400 Norfolk Ave., Burlington, La. Norfolk, Nebr. Y. WV. C. A., L. VV. V., L. VV. V.: Y. VV. C, A.g Hi Beta. Treas. H B T. Page S9 all l 5 4 Q . i. F . . f . .--l I lflmll - 'G KE ' ' ? 2 K ,W K , 6 I gill .g f fi --.lg 5-MA-'l ..l E -E QQ!! i,l. gill .mtl " 'I I' 1 if-- i rl gl Wil VW Qu 1' A A Gl!ACE GALLANN, fb df KP HEI.EN GEREN, B E B ADELAIDE GORCON, ' Chula, Mo. Fort Smith, Ark. 2i6' West -15th Ave., J. L. W. V. Hi Beta steppo. Pme Bluff, Ark. Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A. WYDETTE GARRARD, LUCY GILLESPIE, 518 N. Bo-is dlArc, X A qua ti' A K, K A CP Tyler, Texas. Edwardsville, Ill. Hi Beta Steppog I, L. W. French Clubg Y. W. C. A.g V.: jr. Pep Leader. ' Hi Beta Steppq. REVOLA GREEK, H7011 Mugs GRIMMETT, E IX . KINDIAMA-E HMS, J' W Vim W 2 ' 1..Adfifan,.lM0. W A P0Pl3f Bluff. Mb-'M llChrigiencitag'Lj. L. W. V.9 Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. Y. W. C. A.g J. L. W. V. W. C. A.g Curtain A, A A Raisers, Hi Beta Steppo. ' , , b GERTRUDE GREINKE, THEONE Gkovs, 9 T E l l A St. James, Mo. 1028 N. Alabama, X " l F" Y. W. C. A. .C C Okmulgem Qkla-A Simi , .. l..l l lllf . w glipklli- C VT ll ' ' A ' " 'll7l.j'Friet1Ch' Clulaf ' 'Q ' Q lfl -i ELT! . lj l Ln! gm lj l ..... -1 Q :LH 5 r 411 lil 5 , 9 l l 1 l 3 , EJ i . . ,... , ...lily ... it X I I -..M V 4 '- I .f Q, . . A . me -, ml Tjlffl -QKM 1 . .rf E I I 1 .lr 4 I fb-A-1 . A . 1..-.2z . I 3 ,.,.. gh E' 1.1 a '71 . A '1 MELBA HALEY, VVELDA H.ALL, K A fb MARTHA LOUISE HAMMON, E Q I 3254 Big Bend Rd., Lamar, Colo. Z M E - Maplewood, Mo. ya yy. C. A.: Hi Beta Nuland's Ranch, 1 Steppog J. L. W1 V. St. john, Kans. 1 ANNE LOUISE HEKLL, ADEI,.AIDE HAMMON, Essex, Iowa. Nuland's Ranch, Y. XV. C. A. St. Johns, Kans. Hi Beta Steppog Y. YV. C. A VVILMA HAND, Lois HARJO, H B T MADELINE HARROP, fb 4' fb 813 9th Ave., 421 South Morton, Jefferson City, Mo. Shenandoah, Iowa. OkmuIgee, Okla. ' A. A., J. L. W. V., Hi Y. W. C. A.g Y. WV. A. Beta Steppog Hypatia Hex- agon, Curtain Raisersg Y. W. C. A. 3 Jr. Hockey X Team. MU-DRED HANSER, MARGARET HAROLD, E I X P ,.,. , 36? California . Wichita, Kans. iw, Vex ' gflflypatia Hexagon' Hi Beta 1 L I Lows, Mo. ' ,L Steppos Y. W. Cf A. ...lg I. L. YV. V. ' I -' i 5 ' IU is 5.14 F1 I QA Ar- "v 2' j Q " S , 1 U7 Em .M I F-, .,,-, Q W1 f LE 3 W' 1 TT 6 ,..,, , 4. u 1 1 ' ..i Page QI L. V1RcxN1A ELIZABETH HASSLER, NADINE HAYNES, IIT I' jnvx HENDERSON, B E B Pawnee City, Nebr. 412 XVightman, lor Greenwood Ave., Y. XV. C. A. Moberly, Mo. Fort Smith, Ark. J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. C. Steppog Curtain Raisers. A., J. L. W. V., Carmen- cita. JANE HAYES, K A 'I' HORTENSE HAZEN, H T I' Fayette, Mo. Newkirk, Okla. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. JANE Louisa HERRICK, CLEO Hrclcs, X A '15, B 2 B PHYLLrs HARRIETT HOLCOMB, cb 9 K' 9 T E Pawhuska, Okla. 706 East B, 701 South 5th, Standard Board. Hutchinson, Kans. Omaha, Nebf- Y. W. C. A., Home Ec. Y. WV. C. A., Hi Beta Club. Steppog Curtain Raisersg J. L. W. V. RUBY H1cKERsoN, DoLL HOLCOMB, B E B Centralia, Mo. - Mansfield, La. Y. W. A.g jr. Asst. Cheer Leader. P11217 02 AA CATHERINE HoLT, 22 I X LENA Hoovsk, HELEN HOYT, Ellsworth, Kans. Princeton, Mo. Chandler, Okla. Hi Beta Steppog Y. VV. C. J. L. YV. V.g Home EC. A., A. A. Club. ANNE LoU1sE Hoon, lVlEI.DA HowARn, 23 I X ip 912 9 T E 1714 South Madison, Osceola, Iowa. S. A. B., Curtain Raisersg Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta Steppo. Tulsa, Ukla. Hi Beta Steppo. RUTH M. HUNT, 9 T E VIRGINIA IDOL, CORINNE INGLISH, +A B 411 S. Grand Ave., Robinson, Kans. Chilimowee, Mo. LM Summit, MO- Book Club' cumin Rais- Y. W. C. A., A. A., Hi J. L. WV. V.g jr. Sextetteg ers, Hi Bdta Steppo. Beta Steppog Hypatia Hex- Hi Beta Steppo, agong Jr. Hockey Team. JEAN C, HUNTER, Z M E lVlARGUER!TE INGLE, HT1' Fairfax, Mo. Home EC. Club, Y. VV. C. A. 14.6 Helfenstein Rd., Webster Groves, Mo. Curtain Raisersg Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. A., French Club, Home Ee. Club. 1'ffgf 93 il, -1 .1 l , 1 .V ...Q . 2 , f iw l 5 ibm-if I 5' I 5 .J ILVI l 1 I I Y U'l H 4,1 Elf? Sm. L i 5 e 5 ..-T Q Q l l 5 ...J E ' -N. L. Will "l t MARGARET DAH1. JACKSON, LARUE JOHNSON, E I' F, K A 47 FLORENCE JONES, 5745 Cherry St., 912 West 5th St., 219 N. Taylor, . Kansas City, MO. Sedalia, Mo. El Dorado, Kans. B Carmencitag Y. W. c. A. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Y. W. C. A., Curtain I Steppog jr. Sextette. Raisersg Hi Beta Steppo. LEETA JARARD, HELEN JOHNSON, 2 I X New Sharon, lOWa. Rolla, MO. Curtain Raisersg jr. Sex- Y. W. C. A.g Hi Beta tette. Steppo. PAULINE JOYCE, , , K A 41 MARGARET KKMMER, ELEANOR KLUMPP, Bethany, Mo. V 5 4I25VlT8fT3CC, Rich Hill, Mo. A. A., Jr. Hockeyfreamg Kansas City, MO- Hi Beta sfeppog Y. W. J. L. W. V. Jr. Pep Squad, Y. VV. C. A., Home Ec. Clubg J. A.g French Club. W. V. LUCILLE Jusrus, ' LUCY KERR, KA fb W Branson, Mo. Newburg, MO. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta Hi Beta Steppog Y. W. C. ' Steppo. ' A.g I. L. W. V.: A. A. C. L. Page 94 A J HH A J ...Z 4 1 -...Mi P ...J "1 1 l -J Ll'i if '1 F ...J LU V" x M .,, i '1 i'Z'1iT' 'az i s li 'I. fif, I illwgi QL.. I Er..- EL, i 1 1 m I i VM' :gp fill 5 QV" E1--..' 1 , .MJ rx Lai J U? 4 r W.. . Y A 1 r r VETURA KNIGHT, H T I' v IRENE Iii!!-IN, Z M E YVMARY E. KEQINKEL, ' X Brunswick, Mo. Mound City, Mo. Oregon, Mo. J. L. VV. V.g Y. W. C. A. Y. W. C. A. Junior Sextettefl Louxss KOEIILER, K A 4' HELEN KUNKEL, T 2 ,T ' Geneva, Nebr. Oregon, Mo. W. C. A. ! f LM? l iv if I ...J in ,mn L, U1 U1 W! FRANCES KURRUS, LAIDLAW, LOUISE lf? 1 7" Egg XI ' 'J h .1 2:1 TGENEVA KYLE, l - , 602 W. ,Broadway ' A". A ' 4' " U Cplumbia, Mo. J W .J in E LE V' .J L3 E in ! 1 W CT MMD ,, . V W-A L 1 g r"' i -1 :U F W LN - Page 95 F' 3 1 ' -v-----+A ------f-1 --W --M V' 1 A C3 '--' p... ,..,.. ..... .-.,.-f-...M.-,.,.,,.-,...,....,-,.,..,-,,.,,, M-MQ, 'W f . - -1 . .1 .--- 9 .--- .1 9-71 ' ,E F , nfl.. """ 5 :Full 'T HW 4 542 'lyQAl I yi full -- 51 '1 V i S U ' ' Ei 1--5 L:::L,-.-!, w U' - filfrgzijjl f-MJ - Ln-flirt LUCY MAE LAMME, 9 T E ALLIE LAVVRENCE, B E B ADALEE LE MARR, SVI' Ulysses, Nebr. Mansfield, La. Braman, Okla. Hi Beta, Home Ee. Home Ec. Hypatia Hexagong Y. W. C. A.g Basket Ball. DOROTHY LARGENT, QP 'P fi' MAY LAYLIN, fl' 9 K Portageville, Mo. Vandalia, Mo. Y. W. A., Y. W. C. A., Hypatia Hexagong Hi Hi Beta, J. L. VV. V. Beta. FRANCES LEMONS, ARNETTE LIVELY, 2 I X MARTHA LONG, Waurika, Okla. 613, Walnut St. Garden City, Kans. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. v. ChHff2H00lg11,TfHH- A. A., Y. W. c. A., l Hockey, A. A., J. L. W. Hockey. V.g Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta. ANNETTA LIEBEL, KATHEIUNE LOCKLER, FA 4, Red Oak, Iowa. Lamar, Colo. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. Hi Beta, J. L. W. V. .. .. 1 Pam' 06 PAULINI2 Lows, ELIZABETH LYNDE, ELIZABETH MACKEY, B 22 B Ragan, Nebr. 619 .goth St., Hypatia Hexagon, Y. VV. Des Momesw Iowa' C. A. Hockey, A. A., Dramatic Clubg Y. VV. C. A., Pep Squad. MARY LOXVREY, lib 9 K, 1' A fi? JOSEPHINE McDoNA:.n, E I X Perkins, Okla. 1216 E. Armour Bowling Green, Mo. J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta. Y. W. C. A., A. A., Blvd-, I Hockey? Hi Beta. Kansas CIty, Mo. J. L. W. V., Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta. MARTHA MACKEY, Z I X JULIA AMMA MARSHALL, PAULINE lW1ARTIN, H B T 3769 Forest. H T P Bloomfield, Iowa. Kansas City, Mo. Charleston, Mo. Home EC-3 Y. W, C, A-5 Hi Beta, Y. YV. C. A. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta, Hi Beta. Carmencita. MARY MAIN, ELIZABETH MARTIN, A P A 800 Avant Ave., Doniphan, Mo. Clinf0U1Okla' Home Ec.g Y. W. C. A., Hi Betag Y. YV. C. A. Hi Beta, Y. W. A. Pagf Q7 ,Y ..- My 4 I U W' , 3 . C L.-. fi....H M--fi 1 ELIZABETH MArHEWsoN, RET MEIER SVI' MARGARET, MEREDITH, Z M E3 ' F-.. 4,9 IX VVeeping Water, Allerton. Iowa. A L-A Wausaukee, Wis. Nebf- Curtain Raisersg Hi Betag i Y. W. C. A.. Hi Betag Y. W. C. A.. Latin Club. fl -.-A-1 Hypatia Hexagong French g ! E.. . Club. g L2 E Lois MAUND, VlRGINiA MERCER, H T 1' 5- . jet, Okla. N'l1ai.III9 N. Court St., Hqme Egg Y. W. c. A. wp.g:,1f.gi1QffHmWa, Iowa- . , ' if Curtaiil Raisersg Hi Betag ' Q 'M' ,Y T A f- .L C..VA,.gvj. L. VV. V. U ' MARY 1 X. 'P ew. MQNSEEE 2, Ti K A 4? J A 4 Mo. Liberty, Mo. ' A Clargmore, Olla. J, L. W' V.: Y. W. C. Am f Hypatia Hexagon g.Hi Beta. Sec. Treasg Jr.AClass5 Hy- A I ' 3 A A patia Hexagong Hi Beta. - ' A 1 FRANCES MILLIKAN, f i RUTH MOLLENKAMP, E I' T' 718 Santa Fe, . - Higginsville, Mo. La Junta, Colo- Y. W. C. A.g J. L. W. V.g . , - Curtain'Raisers. : .... , 1 -'i , ll 3. 'r-M lL"1' , . Q I lvil U-.. . 3 !""' . LT i :V-J' lf' ' gil ' gg "" Page 08 X A Y R' '-'4' Q "'E f"i2""'Q'Q'A "' 113: Zi' WGS. FQ,-1. g"""j:'1'. "Aff"-2 "" iff" ""4"'Tl.T"""""' .M.Viiff 5f?'?i45141k'fif"f:lfiifitffiif2 ,.-31.-,., .L :rf Ly i.i"'... .-.f ..':L...,yi1iM .:L-.T'::1:-i.,..g..f , , ,...,. ., ...... ,.......,,..,....... M., ' B , , ,,., .W ML, , : V 1 ,,,,.... W... Y., ,.. .. lx A la , ,hwy U 4 s A I s S l 71 ii 1 --.Ji Wiz ,. 1 .4 Q ,...., -..., Q... ., .-. . 5 i y , i 1 . .,, , l s H V ,R t 0 lx' . 1.x EUGENIE MOORE, X A fb, A P A ALICE MORGAN, B E B CAROLYN MORRISON, 2 I X 1104 Locust St., Holderdge, Nebr. 1416 S. Boston, Atlantic, Iowa. Tulsa, Okla. Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta. Hi Beta. MARJORIE MORE, LILLIAN MoRR1s, A P A 5770 De Giverville 217 XV. 13th St., Ave., Oklahoma City, St. Louis, Mo. Okla. Basket Ball. J. L. VV. V., Curtain Rais- ers, A. A., Hi Beta, Standard, Y. W. C. A. ESTHER MORSE, dv 6 K DELPH1 Mosmmx, A P A GRACE MULLER, 930 VV. 34th St., Falls City, Nebr. St. james, Mo. Kansas CW, MO- J. L. W. v., Y. W. C. A. French Club, Y. W. C. A., J. L. VV. V. MARIAN Moszzs, K A 4' ALLIE MUDD, 26:4 Forest Ave., Skiawok, Okla, Great Bend, Kans. Hi Beta. Curtain Raisers, Y. W. C. A., I. L. VV. V. Page 1 W 'AWE 9 UM? ' fH""" " l ' 4 ' E ' : l . - . M. X . ,.,.,, -.., .........-...., ML 5, 5- V' . E F' 1... P-ww V, ...., I -..W SYBELLI2 lNlUSlCK, AGNES lVlCCAl.l., H B T MARY MCINERNEY, I1 B T 'I' 9 KI H T ll Perry, Iowa. 500 Gladstone Ave., 823 W. Pine, Y' VV. C' A.. Hi Beta: J- Kansas City, Mo. hldofado- Kaus' L. W. v. Y. W. C. A.. French Club. Hi Betag Y. XV. C. A.g Stephensophiag J. L. VV. - V.g Curtain Raisers. SUE MCADQW, fb A B ELIZABETH MCDANIEL, 'P 'I' 4' DeKalb, lVIo. 3860 Charlotte, Y. W. C. A.. Hi Bm. kansas CKY' M0- Y. W. C. A.g Y. W. A. Hi Beta. CAROL MCKEE, LOUISE MCMILLAN, E I X RUTH MCNULTY, H T I' Denmark, Iowa. X230 S. Quaker, 3705 Garfield, Hi Betag Y. W. C. A.g J. L. T ulsa, Okla- Kansas City, M0- W. V. J. L. W. V.g Y. W. A.g Hi Beta. NIILDRED MCKINNEY, SVI' VIRGINIA MCMURTRY, Garden Grove, Iowa Wellsville, Mo. Y. VV. C. A.g J. L. VV. V. Page mo 5 KATHERINE MCPHERSON, GRACE NEALE, IRENE NELSON, 2991 Pasadena Ave., 1756 S. Victor, 413 VV. Cedar St., Detroit, Mich. Tulsa, Okla. R0gCl'S, Ark. Carmencitag Y. VV. C. A., Y. XV, C. A.g Y. XV. A., J. L. NV. V., Y. W. C. A.g jr. Hockey Team. Home Ee., Hi Beta. Curtain Raisersg Hi Betag Pep Squad. YVILLELLA N.-XXER.-X, EI.01sE NELSON, B Z3 B Louisiana, Mo. 2627 XVabash, Y. VV' C. A' Kansas City, Mo. Hi Betag Y. W. C. A., J. L. VV. V. ROEERTA NELSON, .E IX JANICE NxcHoLs, H T I' VESTA MAE NILES, 4819 Holly, St. Angelus Hotel, Cherokee, Okla. Kansas City, Mo. San Angelo, Texas. Hi Beta: Home EC.: Y, W, Y. VV. C. A., Hi Beta' Hi Beta, J. L. W. V., Cur- C. A. Asst. Adv. Man. of Stephen: tain Raisersg Y, W, C, A., S0phia. Hypatia Hexagon. DOROTHY NEVVCOMB, H T 1' LEOLA NICHOLS, H T I' 1014. W. Adams, St. Angelus Hotel, Creston, Iowa. San Aneglo, Texas. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta. Y. W. C. A., Curtain Raisers. Pagc 101 r?, ,, Y Q 1 1 n I.. 5. l ,ff ,Z I , Y Y - 1 DOROTHY NOBLE, VIVIAN NOEL, Y OLIVIA NORBLADE, S2 XI' I603 Argyle, qi 918, E I lv E I X Axtell, Nebr. Hamburg, IOW3- Paris, Mio- Y. VV. C. A., Home Ec., Pres. jr. Class, French Hi Betag Basket Ball. Club Q Book Club g Y. VV. C. A.g Legislature. GENEVIEVE NOBLE, RAMONETTE NOLAND, H T I' 312 S. Sth St., 2 Windsor Place, Ukemah, Okla, Moberly, Mo. Hi Betag Curtain Raisersg J. L. W. V.g Pep Squadg Basket Ball. joAN NULK, 'P 'P 'P MAnJomE OcHs, T 2 T LoLA PATTERSON, Falls City, Nebr. Keota, Iowa. Red Oak, Iowa. French Club, Hi Betag Y. J. L. W. V. Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. W. C. A. ILIANNAH Ocus, 9 T E Doms O'DONNELL, fb CIP 4' 1 I I I Ave., JUIICHOII City, KHIIS. Bloomington, Ill. ' Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta. ..-J 1 l 4 ' HWY' . 2 W fi illig Qi E2 1 ' I ...J , : V .J U7 A rm ri' f "1 li-5 ! L S L . L Y fl 5 A 3 L ' ,W lil "" Q L., ' ef- A !"'5 ji L . f . . L A "1 4 . . M. . . .. , 33 .L NJ, i Q Vw V i QI L. I 1 W1 g K 'wx Page 102 L- ' Q . , Vai "" ', ig Qj4"""",....,."'f'5"T"-"'iq' "" f"',"'-'Ez'-'H--E H We A -..J L! 3 LM, 5 ut L.- 2 LQ . ln! .jf Alu, l Lis l........g 5 l.---J f L22 W..- DOROTHY PEALE, RUTH PERRINE, B E B DOROTHY LEE POLLITT, 2 I X 1331 E- Igfh Sf-i 223 Story St., 3530 Chestnut Ave., Tulsa, Okla. Boone, Iowa. Kansas City, Mor. Home Ec.g J. L. VV. V. Hi Betag Y. VV. C. A. Hi Beta: Pep Squad. ' AMINE PERRINE, BE B PAULINE PETERSON, 223 Story St., Holyoke, Colo. BOOM, Iowa' J. L. W. v.g Y. W. C. A. Home Ec.g Hi Betag Y. VV. C. A. RosE POMEROY, A PA LETTA BELLE Po'rTs, , IVIARIE PRATT, 715 New York, qi 9 IN T E T 320 S. 4th St., Holton, Kans. Williamsfield, Ill. Raton, N. M. Y. W. C. A. Hi Beta Steppo. Home Ec.g Adv. Man. . Grail. ESTHER PORTER, 9 XI' FRANCES POWELL, Glenwood Springs, St. james, Mo. l Colo' J. L. W. V.g Home Ec. Home Ec.g Y. W. C. A.3 Hi Beta. 4 1 1 i , i E i Pllgl' 103 i,-M. 'Dis 4 E . UW .J if! F... S L'-1 3 . ..-va 377 L i ,.... 1 MAXINE PRESSMAR, v F,-XYE PROVINE, B 2 B BERNICE RATLIFF, I' A dv Kb 9 hr I A qi Miami, Okla. 508 Idaho Ave., Hillsboro: Ill- Hi Betag J. L. W. V.. Ordway, Colo. Treas. Latin Clubg Home Home Ec.g Hockey. Y. YV. C. A.g J. L. W. V. Ec.g Hi Betag Y, W. A.g Curtain Raisers. OLLIE PRESTON, RUTH RANOUS, Q 'P VVeleerka, Okla. Keota, I0wa. Home Ec.g Hi Betag Y. VV. A. MARGARET RECTOR, K A fb JEAN RITTER, K A fb CELESTINE RoBiNsoN, Tucumcari, N. M. 7040 Clayton Rd., Adrian, Mo. Hi Betag Carmencitag S. A. Sf- LOUIS, MU- Curtain Raisersg Y. W. C. B.g Y W. C. A.g Hypatia A.g Hi Beta. Hexagon. DOROTHY Riasvns, II T I' M.'lRY ROBERTS, X A 42, A P A 627 Marshall Ave., 208 E. VVashington VVebster Groves, MO. St., ' Hi Betag Y. W. C. A. Washmgfofli Iowa- Curtain Raisersg Assoc. Ed. Stephensophiag Hi Beta. E i I E . i Page 104 VWMWWVKWW AAA, WNW : ,.- f-. ,.., K . av- 4, ..x, .,. , t .- 2 -1 , , f.-......, ,. .Q 3 .J , , . 5 W... , Q W.. 1 I E iw.. 1 1 I L 2 ' x ...., 1 ... ,.... , - . ,M . .frm .J 1 ,Aman , 0.4 L,.,,,,,,,. ,,. . ,, i 1 5 1 . .-.J LN 53 i LU i J I iw. ,... 381 .E 4 .--' ' 5---M .4 L...-..,- .... ......... . ...-...1...N.-- W- ... ....,....-..-...-,.... ......,... N-.. ...,.......,.........,.f , f ' DELORIS ROBINSON, 9 T E j0sEPH1NE RUPPEL, Y JASAMYN SANDERS, 1' A dw 820 VVest St., 'P 912 Q XI' Hayti, Mo. Carrvll. Iowa- Springdale. Ark. Y. W. c. A.. A. A.. Hy- Hi Betag Y. W. C. A. Hypatia H6XagOng Hi patia Hexagong Hockeyg Betag Y. VV. C. A.g J. L. Basket Ballg I. L. VV. V. XV. V. IRENE ROCKWOOD, 2 I X DOROTHY LEE SALLE, 2300 VV. D. St., Palo, Mo. Oklahoma CNY: Hypatia Hexagong Y. VV. Okla- C. A.3 Hi Beta. A. A.g Y. VV. C. A.g Hi Betag Ac. Hockey Team. DOROTHY SANDERSON, KAKP MARGARET SANDZEN, MILDRED SCHILL, 3108 Broadway, T E Tv H T F 3830 N. zxst St., Great Bend, Kans. Lindsborg, Kans. St. Louis, Mo. Y. VV. C. A. ELIZABETH SANDERSON, SVP DOROTHY SCHERMERHORN, II9 Centennial, 9 T E Bowling Green, Mo. Wilson, Kans. Y. W. C. A. J. L. W. V.g Y. W. C. A.g Hi Beta. ' Q-P' . 6 l xi xx f - .4 ..,.. .E x age 105 l2.+,., J BURDEEN SCI-IROPF, A P A KATHRYN Sc0TT, KP A B MILDRED SEVIER, 4' A B Sikeston, Mo. 204 E. 2ISI So. Cora, Mo. Y. W. c. A., Hi Beta. Tulsa: Qkla- Y. W. c. A., Hi Beta. Y. W. C. A.g Sec. Y. W. A.g I. L. VV. V., Home Ec. RUTH SCHWAGER, JEAN SELLARDS, E F F, B E B tp 9 K' H T F Solomon, Kaus. 5124 C-HSS Sf-y Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta. Omaha, Nebr. Hockeyg Hi Beta, Y. W. C. A. ANNE SHELBY, 4' 'P 'P ESTHER SMITH, MARYALYCE SMITH, B E B 106 College Ave., Memphis, Mo. ' 206 S. Main. Columbia, Mo. Home EC.. Hockey. Fairfield, Iowa. Curtain Raisersg Hi Beta, Y. W. C. A., Hockey. MAURXNE SLOAN, 'IJ li' 'P MARGUERITE SMITH, Cameron, Mo. 405 S. Grand, Home Ee.: Y. W. C. A., Chefokqei Okla- Hi Beta, J. L. W. V. Curtain Raisersg J. L. W. V., Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta. Page 106 JI ..4 I ' J .. , I , , , f, J . ,,,, W, . , ,. . ...,.,, ,, W., I. . l... ... . . ,.., ., ...,,.. .. ..-W .,... -, . H..,...,..,,,,,,.,.,,.,,g4 f ,. - 1' "' N IW--,MDR-U N, A AW, i S5 9 VV 9-v-...Q Q-J'-"-2-A-0" OPAL SMITH, Q KI' H.-XZEL SNYDER, KA 'P IDA SPAHT, 'JP 9 K, KP 'I' 4' 310 N. Hinckley, 123 VV. Cleveland, 609 Emma, Holderville, Okla. Sapulpa, Okla. ChriSt0phCr, Ill. Y. W. C. A4 Hi Betag J. Y. W. C. A. Hi Hera: J- L- W- V- L. W. V.g Home Ee. VIv1AN SMITH, 9 T E ETHELENE SOUTHARD, Z M E ' .342 Merrick Sr., Cortez, Colo. ShFeVCP0ff, La. Home Ec.g Y. W. C. A. Y. W. C. A.g Hi Betag Hypatia Hexagong j. L. W. V.g Pep Squad. - EVA SPELLBRING, 9 T E GERTRUDE STALKER, E I X ELEANOR STEEN, Z M E Silver City, Iowa. Tulsa Okla. Ordway, Colo. Y. VV. C. A.g Hi Betag J. Hi Bctag Y. W. C. A.5 Y. W. C. A.g Senior Sex- L. W. V. Hockey Team. tette. IRENE SPORN, RUTH Srsssms, fl' fl' fb 303 E- Nflffolki Oskaloosa,'Kans. Norfolk, Nebr. Y. W. C. A.. Hi Betag J. L. W. v. i - 1 1 . N Page 107 V l 5 l l l l P i i g. 'Ui U-I a JANE STEEN, 2 I' T, 9 T E SUSAN STEUBER, IRENE STOCKHR, Scottsbluff, Nebr. 4 Glenn Road, 530 N. Union, Cm-tain Raisersg 3, A. B-9 VVebster Groves, Mo. St. Louis, Mu. Y. VV. C. A., J. L. W. V. Hi Beta, Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. HAZEL STEPHENSON, H T I' H.4RR!ETT STEUERNAGEL, 9 T E Sampson Ave. 3928 Lindell Blvd., Dyersburg, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo. Home EC., Y. W. C. A. Hockey, A. A., Y. W. Cl A., Hi Beta, J. L. VV. V. LOLITA STOCKTON, 1 ETTA STRAHLE, Z M E KATHERINE STROUP, SII W. 16th, Leavensworth, Kans. Fontanelle, Iowa. Pueblo, Colo. J. L. W. V., Y. VV. C. A. Hi Beta, Hockey, Curtain Raisers. PAULTNE STOUT, 4' fb 4' MARTHA STRONG, Medicine Lodge, Great Bend, Kane. Km- Hockey, Y. W. C. A., Hi Book Club, Curtain Rais- Beta, A. A., J. L. W. V. ers, Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta. 1 Ill 3 Ul l .. gl fm ill? . C, L. .A We A JT gn, , A UW Page 108 E W W'h"T """, Tgj1:i"'T:gj"f'-1171"'--MQW----iwH? ff ff-T ,--A. L.-w---M--1-A--A-W-4--M ---'A M-My -V'1-AA A-m-.---M..-.-- Q .f . 5 Y .f . 5 1 Q 1 cf , 'fi if Q z W . .... 27 . I-Ai lil IJ lil" f 2 1. lf? .,,, l L.- T ll--. 4 4L.J Z' 9 2 a 1 .... 3: , w Q 4 -.-. ,....... NIARI.-KN STURTEVANT, 9 T E ITELEN SVVIFT, CARROLL LEE THOMPSON, 5507 Dodge St., Memphis, Mo. H T 11 Omaha, Nebr. Harlingen, Texas. French Club, S. A. B., Hi Carmencita, Hi Beta, A. Beta, J. L. XV. V. A., Y. W. C. A., Hockey, Curtain Raisers. DOROTHY LEE SUTER, Q X11 MARIE TEICH, A X A 2I0 E. 2nd St., Hamilton, Mo. Sedalia, Mo. Latin Club. Hypatia Hexagon, Y. VV. A., J. L. VV. V., Hi Beta. DALE THOMPSON, 'I' 'P 'P IMOGENE THOMPSON, MARGARET TIMMINS, Ness City, Kans. . Mound City, Mo. Chariton, Iowa. Y. W. C. A., Hi Beta, I. Y. W. C. A., J. L. VV. V. Hi Beta, Y. W. C. A., J. L. W. V. L. W. V. DOROTHY THOMPSON, A P A MARGARET TILDEN, Z I X Miami. Okla. Curtain Raisers, French Club, J. L. W. V., Hi Beta, Y. W. C. A. 43 VVhite Pl., Bloomington, Ill. A. A., Sec. and Treas. Hi. Beta, Y. W. C. A., S. A. B., Legislature, Stephen- sophia. Page 109 it . , ..., .l I F1521 V' Lew 1 4 W ""' I LF l LW: l "I i l l ,....... l R. -.., wj . ,,,. -..................,.--.,, ,,,, M, A - , V V39 1 i 1 ' 1 , lf fi e 'W' 5 5 Wi 3 E.: - L 1""' z ' Y T . MJ l I I , gr--' . '--f-1 Y '7 I E ...J P' 'v F i I ff I ip r r ,.... L4 A if 'if 9 f we AP gf" 5 FINN TITSWORTH, lVfARTHA TROXEL, A PA BERNICE VA1L, fiffbfb 5 L- f - Capitan, N. M. Sayre, Okla. Hotchkiss, Colo. ff' . li Hi Betag Y. W. C. A. Hockeyg Curtain Raisersg Hi Betag Y. W. C. A.3 f"'1 - A--M- A. A.g Y. VV. C. A. Curtain Raisersg Home E 5 Ec. 5 Council Pres. 41 'P 4' "Ml Q? Pledges. ' q""', l MARY ISABEL Toor., HELEN UiNDERVVO0D, Murdock, Nebf. . T 2 T, 9 T E Hi Betag Y. W. C. A.. Unionville, M0- Uke Clubg. Ch. English Y. W. C. A.g Jr. Quar- Club. tetteg I-Ii Beta. ' MADELINE VANDERwn.'r, A MARY VAN DEVENHER, A P A C'ArnERxNE WALKER, 1' A fl' Knoxville, Iowa. Hepburn, Idwa. Springdale, Ark. Y. W. C. A.g Hi Betag J. Curtain Raisersg Horne -' Curtain,Raisersg Hi Betag L. W. V. Ec.g Y. W. C. A. French Clubg Y. W. C. A. EDITH VANDERZYLE, T 2 T MARY VAN VVAGNER, Oskaloosa. Iowa. Okemah, Okla. Curtain Raisersg Hi Betag J. L. VV. V.3 Y. W. C. A. . Home Ec.: Src-phensophia. 3 - . 1 z . . 1 r -' A l 1 I fm! . 5 La I f 1 , ..,... E YW i .Jr , 'I I rw S E .J ,gig W Mir . I L . ?..J I ' W V1 , I 1 1 3 Z 1 ...7 Q vm-I ir! r 3 A 1 il F1 ji C E ,ri 2 52" l ln f he f is "1 S .. QU if Page 110 E f-- 1 E ..-.g.j..., ..-. .gfxilg .... -...,- ...- -..iii 3. ik! I . .Y Wag X if ...ZF .,M,,.:.-SHT. ...T..,.,-- . -M I In . .Q , ,Tim AQ gi Q ii l l-..i 5 A ...5 ' 5. Ng Q ,Q fi ,Q ' , lm.. f LJ? L..-,., L15 LJ Y . 1 1 1 r . .-. 1 . --- ...-...4 1 . - . . . . .. . - .ivy- H .--i .,-rJg.,,,-,,......, .-. ......-.,....--,E..,,w,...,,,W M., VIRGINIA VVALKER, A PA HALYCON WVEAVER, RIP '54, LORRAINE XVHITEMAN, 902 I. Ave., 246 Dunsmere Ave., Marceline, Mo. Lawton, Okla- Pueblo, Colo- Hi Betag Y. VV. A.g Sex- Hockeyg Hi Bela, Y. YV. tette. C. A., A. A., Duckling. IRHNE VVALTER, BERNICE VVESTCOAT, Ii A fb 401 S. Public, Desloge, Mo. TOUIYHWH, Ukla- Y. W. C. A.: Curtain Rais- I. L. W. V. ers, J. L. W. V.g Hi Beta. LILLIAN WHITING, Dokofm' VVIGGINS, 2 M E RUTH W1LuAMs, 1118 N. Main, 414 Bowen St., Q9 K, I' A KP - Hutchinson, Kans. Longmont, Colo. 205 E. Grand, Y.' W. C. A., Home EC., Y. W. C. A. MCAICSM. Okla. Treas. Home Ec. DELLA WICHELMAN, 22 I X MAEBELL VVILKINS, 6 T E 415 Rusholme St., no E. 5th St., Davenport, Iowa. Amarillo, Texas. Y. W. C. A.g Hi Betag Y. W. C'. A.g Hi Betag J. Hockeyg Councilg A. A. L. W. V., Basket Ball. 1 :Ll I ..... -W in T.. ,J f W 2 4 lv Page 111 -' 1 f' 3 rj" ' L ,cm-,,,, ... .... . - .-....... ,.. .. ,. K.XTHERINE XVILSON, K Afb MARMN VVILSON, ELGIE VVOODS, Lamar, Colo. 55x8 Grand Ave., 99 VVillis, Y. VV. Q. Avg Hi Beta. Des Moines, Iowa. Columbia, Mo. Home Ec.g Y. VV. C. A. K1X'PHRYN L. VV1r.soN, 4"1P'T' IQATHRYN XVINN, Excelsior Springs, 1855 E. 16th Place, Mo. Tulsa, Ukla. Latin Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Cello Quartette. MARGARE'r Wooos, LEOTA WRIGHT, GERDXNE YOUNG, H T 1' 99 YVillis, Okemah, Okla. 405 N. 'Topeka Sf-, Clvlumbia, MO- Y. W. c. A., Book Clubg El Dmadoy Km- Carmencita, Hockeyg Hi Betag Curtain Raisersg J. L. W. V.g Y. W. C. A. MARY FRANCES VVORD, 1' A CP EVA WVYLLIE, 1622 N. I. St., 909 Morgan St., Ft. Smith, Ark. Keokuk, Iowa. Hi Betag Y. VV. C. A,g Cur- J. L. W. V.g Y. W. C'. A., tain Raisers, J. L. W. V. Curtain Raisersg Hi Beta. Page 112 rf x 3' " . , ,Q .X , K J A .J ' . v 1 sr I' J ri . -Y -A ' yi r ,.-,.-7 .- ' ,, w , f "" , 1 f '-' f - , . i . . Kr .,, if 1-12 1 J id' u- ! J I 'TS , . ,, . ..f - 'yi - 1 af' . 7.4. h . 1- g A 9 o , . A rvnuu"fv'r 1 u1..f,1uyp,L-,-,n,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.- ff I s , K, - 13 ew w ,- ,,i Y A T - ww,-4, .N Q W o ' o arf' 5,59 . ' Jac Z DOO X . -. ' V " ' o s I 1 vox, .' ? ' . O gb HUMIM OO O 4, O Gu . 1, 5 A X 5 . s . 0 U C Eff . lm ll I 59,9 0 0 1: - - fr-gfi' 12:-iss 9.21 K mmm Acahemi Pgs' TVQL-Wal-fW5LDl'iTEPHEN5mPHrA 5 LU Lf-15' U1 U7 'fi wg 3.3 1 li ...J i lil 3 Ni, Q. 1 X .,-... , Hill nf.. 'Ii' W i lu' C E C U7 m l MOORE WEBBER MEADE DOLL ACADEZIIS President ...... ............. - -- llIAIlGARET ll.,lEADE Vice-President .... .... J oHNN1E Moomz Secretrary ..... -- EUGENIE VVEBBER Treasurer ............ ...... F AN1TA Dom. S. A. B. Representative -- ............... VIRGINIA JARRETT The Academ Class of this year organized as one group, elected officers, and made immediate preparation for their various activities. The first activity, an unusually enjoyable one, was a hike out to Annie Fisherls for a delicious chicken dinner. The party was such a success that everyone awaited with pleasure the second trip that was taken a few weeks later. At the S. A. B. Carnival, the sandwiches and pop sold by the Acadcms re- lieved the hunger and thirst of everyone including the "Benders.U Probably the most pleasurable and certainly the prettiest affair was the banquet, held in the spring at Harrisi. Page 114 un1V'1m1.V'nmf.r'1H92'Y7L.r1m1.mma51-rum E iq HONORS This section has been reserved for the recognition of those girls who shown themselves to be worthy of the highest honors which can be bestowed them by the College. These honors belong to the Four-Fold girl, the Best Private Citizen, and mentioned on the Honor Roll. Each year the Theta Tau Epsilon Sorority have upon those gives a cup to the girl who has been selected as the l"our-Fold girl. who as an individual best represents good citizenship, high scholarship, worthy activities engaged in, and true service to tl1e school. The Lindsay Prize for Citizenship is awarded to the senior who, as a private citizen, has taken the strongest stand for right and who has shown by heart. The Honor things to the College life which makes them worthy of recognition. her conduct that she has the best interests of the College at Roll consists of those girls who have contributed some specific Each year ten girls are chosen to represent the TEN IDEALS of the College. These names are selected by a joint committee of' students and faculty in which good citizenship, high scholarship, worthy activities engaged in, and true service to the school, are considered. In addition to having the qualities mentioned each girl must be outstanding in the representation of the Ideal for which she is chosen. To be eligible the girl must be a member of' the graduating class and have in Stephens two years. These Ideals are: "I, Courtesy in speech and action. 2. Forcefulness in accomplishing what one sets out to do. 3. Health in body. 41. Hlonesty in word and deed. been 5. Self discipline of suH'icicut power to control thought. speech. and action. 6. Love of scholarship which is careful and exact. 7. Appreciation of the beautiful as an intimate and integral part of life. 8. Reverence toward the spiritual. 9. Dedication to service in the interest of' one's home, one-is friends, and community. oneis , one s 10. Maintenance of a cheerfulness of manner and a happy outlook on life." Page 119 4 IIONOR R0LLWTemporary IRENE ABBOTT: Unassuming capability as business manager of the STEPHENS STANDARD. BEATRICE ALBERT: Ability in developing a new sorority to the point of initiating the current event table in the recreation room. FERN BARNETT: Unofficial work in making Athletic Association an outstanding force on the campus. IMUCILE CLIPPINGER: A Big Sister attitude maintained throughout the year. IANITA CoNsTAN'r: Recognized talent in dramatics, and interest in furthering the 'M"' establishment of new sororities. SYLVIA EnGINoToN: Talent in literary contributions, and promotion of literary interest at Stephens. IONE FOWVLERZ Improvement in functioning of the Census Bureau. IiACHEL HAIR: VVillingness to serve the student body with her exceptional musical abilitv. CLEO HIcKs: Organization of a busy life to ni-Ike place for creative writing. KATHERINE Hoi-'I-'MAN: Sincere effort to improve the health of other students. AIFRIEI. KNIGIIT: Profitable management of Y. YV. C. A. tea room. Ol'AI. BIONTGOMERYZ Dependable and exact discharge of her duties as President of local and national Phi Theta Kappa. lJOROTHY BELL Monms: Clever literary ability, lllld wliolesome spiritual influence. :EDITH EIULHOLLANDZ Outstanding and consistent work on the H327 STEPHEN- SOPHIA. CLARA CJLSONZ An attitude toward the position of street committee chairman which has changed the impression of the student body about it. EIARY KIXTE Sanus: Exceptional work as house manager. VIRGINI.A SI-IEPIIERD: Force, wisdom, and maturity ill handling a constructive pro- gram in Student Government. RUTH STARKEY: Service in Sigma Gamma Gamma whose musical influence has been felt by the entire student body. FRANCES STANLEY: Original ideas in establishing the business stability of the STEPHENSOPHIA. BIARY STUART: Executive ability in handling the new developments of Civic As- sociation. JOSEPIIINE XfAI'GIITZ Hel :ful su cstions to other sororitv iresidents es ieeiallv I gg . l l . in the organization of the Pan Hellenic rating sheets. ELIN VVILLITS and MILIQRED BRowNINo: Conscientious and efficient management of Civic Association teas. Page 120 , o Ti , ,-ww-M ff' ? ,, . 4a 1 K, if it if 5 if A 433 5-.,,mm 'Is f-. ,Q , 3 LJ Qi' 1 wwf 1'ZIJI'l'II M1'1.110LI.AxN1J I"011r-FHM Girl l'f1qf 121 MM,,,,-W-wm,x n M x'NN'N,,x , A . ,,,, f M, , - , kflz., M MV. -:, , 1, W ,W - 'fif if W N1 59 L, I Aligwiw'-v any? 5 ,vt ,fwifflf W ,VAI ,I 7 yi! '41, ,JA xg' L34 if if L, ,Af fm 1 " V AM. ,W, M W fi V 112 , , : . ML Vx, . , f if V Q 5: s " -M-J A ff' M.x1mAm:'r BIcCxu'1'1xY Bwst l,I'il'IlfU Citizrn Page 123 5, W, 5' I , 5, W , S fggywi. . L9 5559, WLT ., "W Q 4,3 "gg 91454: f J ' Mak' ,, a, f L W 'fiiffaiz' fm xv. ,f k,k- 5 ,, X A-.Q Page 1:4 gh: ,H W 4 'I' A f, . ,'1,,Ji1-,fijni -.f 1 Q f 1 ,,f,QVlj5i,'if p1f5f,,i V - Ny, W:f'Hw,, ,',5,'Qxf"4. 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X fx fx FX fN L rx thletiw V21-V' 'SUE I-H iEPHEN5mPHzA 14-1 5 1-1-1 5 ww c C W tr C ATHLETICS 1926-27 E -...J N In Stephens, athletics play a very important part in the life of every student, LF because the activities are planned to beneht the mass, instead of the individual "stars." E The Athletic Association has been placed on a point basis this year, which makes I: membership more of an honor than it has ever been before. The entrance fee was 'I Hfty athletic points which could be earned by health charts, horse-shoe pitching, -J up croquet, hiking, tennis, track, swimming, horseback riding,'baseball, basket ball, ln E and hockey. In the same manner the following girls earned a thousand points, which , ... merited them the much coveted Stephens sweaters: Martha Alexander, Fern Barnett, -' Drusa Delahoyde, Katherine Hoffman, Bedonna Lingle, Ruth McCully, Louise Un VValker. -H E From the sweater girls was chosen the best all round girl with relation to danc- .... ing, soccer, hockey, tennis, track, swimming, basket ball, baseball, leadership, health, -- -" attitude, and service. This girl, Bedonna Lingle, was awarded the Stephens Blanket. - UT There was scarcely a week in the year in which A. A. did not foster some out- I E standing event on campus. It began its calendar with hiking. Then came hockey in ,- which everyone was given a chance to prove her worth. Soccer was a senior privi- ,., "' lege, but it was basket ball that aroused more real school spirit than any other sport ,,-, U-i of the year. The Junior-Senior games were next played. The Juniors avenged ' LJ-yr li C their loss in hockey by beating the Seniors in two out of the three games played. - There were two swimming meets held during the month of March. The Juniors -- "" carried away the honors in the first, not only in points, but also by having Elizabeth -, UT Lynde score the greatest number of points. The Seniors, however, redeemed them- I C selves in the second. - April marked the Rhythm Recital and the A. A. Circus. The Rhythm Recital, -:Q given under the direction of Miss Mygdal, was the climax of the year. The circus ,- U not only lived up to, but even bettered its previous good name. It even threatens to Ln C rival Barnum-Bailey, with its parade, side shows, feature acts, and animals. w During April, Martha Troxel, Ruth McCulley, and Fern Barnett attended the athletic conference of American College Women, held at Cornell University, Ithica, X up New York. They brought back much interesting and helpful information for next Ln E yearis work. Track and baseball proved to be no less interesting than the other sports. The water play was the finishing event of the year, and proved its worth to end such a U-I triumphant season of activities. Stephens was especially proud of the play, because LH it was written by one of our own girls, Cleo Hicks. U7 in r u'1Paii121LHa.1'1Lf1L1-lH 2'TL.r'1U1L-r1ui1.J'lu1 DONNA I.INGI,l11 1I1Y17IA'l'f Girl Pzzgf 1427 L r... ,,.. .-.....................v..,,,.,..., .,,,-M,, ,.....-u..n..... ... ,.,.. . .......,, ..,..-...,.,,-. ,W , 5 , 1 . 1 1 4 E aff-. ' """ L ,QQ fuwh .. .... . ,... Mm.-- ,..,... .,.. , .,,. M., fi!! ' ' V V h 1 iw? ' if -"4- ..,,... ...., A . A.,. M ,,..xL, . g.,...,.... ,,,,Q,-, , 4 """""""" , , i ,E SIVEJ TER GIRLS f V. I' ' I i gas xg 5 5 2 ,.., .2 1 iii X 1 x ,, E , 2' . ,, 3 A E ? 5 E t 3 1 . ...... f E M 3 i f..- 5 E 1 1 3 f 5 i 1 I -V 3 , E 2 ., 2 NH ,-A f M, LJ z 5 , Q V, l 1 1..M..4 5 5 U J 1 'Q U 5 ' if. ,M 1 J H1 1. J fli I 3 III, 3 LW ' a i U7 1 1 4., LW W1 M W W -JE ill ' A .,., Q , Fm li Z Q s-'E Y L ! 1-W , We W I W g A1,nxArxDER IJELAHOYDE ...A if gg VVALKER MCCULLY F1 f li'-M G P 8 HoFr'M.xx LINGLE BARNET1' lj 1 age I3 www V V V! N'Yyf"f"i1IlL"Tf"T'g.iL'?j'FT'T:.'ff? --.-Qrfwv 5... ,.,.,, , F, , I fl: L--E u L:.:.g-.:,,L e:i,,.f-..f M ffg.,,g.i 4 rj L w L2-A U lz.-im M. if-1 L,X.E:1' Jill Y 1 1 , i I ' ' 55" Yf""1 f-4 .- .- ' "T" ' ' ' " .Ffa LTI J Li 1:3 L rj A- ff- '- 1' :im 1 'Y 2 if fwf 'wr wi VP .,......................1Jl im-.im.1m. +.sf5,Q-1- .. . to MWM' :El L1 fd! -5 1U I UQ .ffl if-H' HOCKEY X " -..J Hockey marked the beginning of fall activities. Along its paths were strewn in 1 E-1 cracked and bruised shins and smashed fingers, for the girls who were for the first 'li time trying their skill at this sport. From the many who tried for places on the Cl Q I hockey teams, the squads were chosen. Squad members were entitled to twenty-five -di A. A. points. The squads formed the groups from which the teams were picked. U, On Thanksgiving, the big Junior-Senior game was played. True to tradition, the at weather was very unfavorableg the field resembled a pig pen rather than a hockey L1 field. It was a well fought game, both on the field and on the side lines. The 3 final score was three to two in favor of the Seniors. The .lunior-Academ game was a decided victory for the Juniors, as was the Junior-Senior second team game Ui for the Seniors. T Ei j . Wi an V 3 we MT: IM 1 E? s l ml Wi i-' rw. L.-1 ' .wi Q 'ME 3. Lili Ti l im I I ui l i .Ji s W fi fi l 4 I U7 l L 1 5 5 mi CT Page 139 ft U'I i U7 1 .... 5 ! 4 H i-JE QU-if 1 1 i ill-T1 2 El L--lg We 1 l : W... .A ' .........,......... if-3 .--gg , ... V --..--:-- ,,,,, :R 1,51 ...gm-,l , 1212.1 'T H5 ff? tiff 1 li 1-.U ,f,fft...i 1U"H...UtaL...i T . ...A 4 i.. 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The school possesses nine ladies' horses of the finest quality, which are equipped with English or cowboy saddles. Under the direction of Major Raynor, about two hundred girls have developed into admirable horsewomen. Every day they can be seen riding out into the country on their beautiful horses, and really enjoying the outdoor life. This year, for the first time, riding has been given gym credit. r Page 140 ..,.-....................-.Z F I Q Q 4 3 , 4 Sv K ,,L, sfw-Q3 l if :twig fm, QAM? if? .M-ay if? 2 v 113--sl IMS? QM 3 Q limi! 5 2 isfmii i,f,,., 3755? haf fU'I fwz 45 W1 t at iqbji fllklg 1 E2 V E f i UT ...J WJTwJWwU1B92?LDwLHwLDwil e te. eeeeeee WUI f1U1eiL.H 'ETEPHENEUPWA I-fi S U-1 5 we ,.-. ui U- F' 1-v U U' "" SOCCER 'U The soccer teams were picked from squads in the same manner as in other -- -H sports, only with no distinction as to classes. Two teams were picked by means "' of a test, and skill. Only one game was played. 1 -Q -i i , , VT J l -An Z1 ft yn - 3 1 W JT E .. 1 -4 I I E il " l I ll" tm E, 'ii i ' L: -l .1 ui E in E' Ln V1 jg if Page 141 U7 p imp uw pipp mp in i I . i B 1 f 1 A. 2 l 1 H H Y V H ww -M......,... .... ..,. , f- . ,-N ,. . -- -. gy' e 1- s as ufyim 1731 J +33 ' iT-D1..1-"'m'tfwfim, gig Q' if L. Q . -' "g...-..1l,,.-i.,....T...........l.:.-.,I'.1'l.!l..l...u.,.l 4 I els XLILJF :lv liFEf.,w,,....-:...::...m...if.W.::g.,l:',,,,g,xB I E '-.--4----...........-..,. .... . . , .,.,i im, ly ' g 4. 2, 2-J! Q-f wi it , fu 'l 'N' Ef"'i ,Q V' 1 L..-x . 5 fi l "1 gmfg il ml MQ W 1 BASKET BALL rw I Lvl M L, z T ll is ' 3 . The basket ball season was very interesting and successful. Much friendly 1---sl X rivalry as well as clean play was exibited between the sorority teams. Q if The final game with the silver loving cup as trophy was played by the Delta A Rho Al Jha's and the Zeta Mu E silonls. The Zeta Muls won. S L 'X 5 , I P i "f Q 1.4 5 3 E Q ,J ,E 3 LJ g ! Q e iw -Mil ' f 5 iid: if- I -5 5 I Q E .- 1 , M A l , i Q Z V 5? ELT? "Q l 1 W' S V N , gg t 3 f i 5 l "' i w ! I' U lg LV? f-'A it V .J i wi ' JE W L1 L V' i 5 1 ..J E 4-I I - l UT! im i R ffll I-l 3 Page 142 T' l V' fu-It Q r.-,:....A...-.,..,.... -.....,. ,..,, " , Q2'Mj"e""i::"'T7.::""f1"'iggf',W:QHT2 fg '15- cfii V11 '- -z:f'T'T'f-'-"""'T"iM""T?"f"4 hi l mf fl 1 li f J 'I U i at-l ig i 2 J f uri gf I v, 1 1. 11 1 1 1 T 1 5 l,...l ici l Ci' D' " sr' fs- 1 1 '1' 'rs f-1 -:M --ff' V21-lst ii s A ' i i i 1--fU1j1E1 1-1511t.1111- 111f11pL el E si my :xr ...M., .,,.,..... U 11 Lrg C1 fi F' 1., 1 jj LIFE SA VERS if 5 N The nearly forty life savers in Stephens this year stand as :1 living proof of 1 E -'J 1 the interest taken in swimming, and the honors it offers. 97 ,ll 11 l XJ-il The fact that this number is more than double that of lust year shows that lu-ul the girls have awakened to the physical benefit of swimming and the social benefit of rf- 1's being able to handle oneself in the water. ll'-I A J l 1, V 1 if l,f W 10 V' l 1 H1 EQ T41 1 H" LW 1 .ef F 1 xi 1 1: A...i I Q i A""'l L11 HJ 1 fs Ei 'L' - 1 U I gm E1 ...li 1 lf? il W1 Q ...J 1 l W W 11 1111 V1 ,.. li UT f EE Page 143 gllluli L'-sf-'v'-M"m'lMW7M'u'7,i"T'TT"V.i1iiivglmllziP?-'iLT1"""'T1' ""f 'T'"""'F17""ZZ""""":T"---, Ml Je HHjQJ7M!7QJZULUM3Qi5LQgl ,..i TRACK Track called the athletes early in the spring. There was careful training until the technique of each event was achieved. Then the girls best suited entered in the track meet. The events scheduled were: high jump, running and standing broad jump, hop, skip, :md jump, hurdles, javelin, discus, :md fifty yard dash. Page 144 - V .,,.., , . K ,.,, ,--. -..M - N- -fi A ,, f M E 1 1 fl xv Q--, .- "zzz: 'M . , , -We I' I ' : ' . ' 1 ' f 2 E 5 : i ' i . Y ' - -- - ' ' i V ' ' i , ,"' . I 4 , 4 2 Q Q A I 1 : , , ,. ., M, ., W.-. . L -1 ,. 1. V, , V .W iv 3 -.....W. . -,. , ..,,,....., ,YM ,. NV.,.. . MM., ...... ,., ..,, ,., WM ,,,, ,L .. . Wt, M Tv,-M ,,h-4-.AA AM VAQI AM. VZL-N51-Wim rfPHEN5mPH:AU 1:1-1 1:14 ip if -1 Ul Lr- ..- a- lil BASEBALL I V- Men and boys are not alone in their enthusiasm for baseball. The first spring -1' days brought forth ball and batg regular classes were started in the sport. Juniors Url and Seniors continued the rivalry begun with the hockey game in the fall. The girls JF! proved that they were masters of the game. W- LH n Lg 1 E lfl LV E Ul vU'T Ln C LI7 U., Q i C l mi U7 PdgEI45 rimu"1mLF:Lmz.1"1ll9?2':17l.V1m1.nmLm Lil ,F. r l I 1 ilfl r r r ,-v Q , I ----------H--A V - L--.., , , ,,,,,,,, ,, , ,M , I! Y - 5 T11 9 ' -I tl: 'C' 31J"'i ul- --3 A 1- f ff- l r'--1 'Zi """7 1'-- i V'--T W Vihllijlgizll sl , 'WLM Q5 1 Qi , i 1 ! Q I ' ill l i I if fi If 1 2-jj 5 f Aspirants to Helen YVills' title began learning the technique of tennis almost V' IQ before the snow was off the ground. Miss Parker guided them through the mazes 5 ' ' lg 'I of full arm serves, back hand returns, and cut balls. Those, best qualified, entered ll-l il in the tournament. Both doubles and sin les were laved from preliminaries to HJ I 1 g g P . I finals. Rivalry was high, but always "may the best man win.', Now the winners V", MTI are anxiouslv awnitin challen es from unv art of the countr . VT 9 . g S . P Y , X fi' Z Li 1I E Li if 1 r'-i are l-M75 ii. T it ,.,, 3 in F I r gd 5 bb i l ' me in ii i T' l 5 f"'i Q l fl 11 l -H X! , E-J W: 1 1, - 2 l lll l U7 4 5 5 5 ' 1 U-I LH 1 i i 5 i U7 U15 ri' Q lj w 7 Page 146 1' V- Q-Jgvlf-'wi I , TM 7, W,-'CT""Zf"""Tf':'! .W,,,,,.,e....,.,-,,-,.,......N.,.....-..,.-.-.. ' Mliw ff U11 M J A iw 1 U- 1-ff ew L-ff ill - e ll ...J-2 .ffcbr V S. K I A Q fe L we ' f Z X .1 5 ef, awww W Qffaig Q X ' lmllllllll . . L. L L L ' 'f 0 H, ' IHIIIHIIIIIII , a"- , '.'..4'.' G AX OXO '- L. LLL I " 'ffl Q 4.5 ' fmulnnxfz. urn ltiea la-1 Pffl TIIET41 If,'1PP,'1 QH0no1'ar.y Svlzolnstic Sororifyj BRmH'r. KLIE, FOw1.ER, BROWXING, CONWXY, HOOD F11,I,1us, BROXYX, wlunn, PO'r'1's, GII.IAESI'IE, IPIIZRRICK, PARKER, C.xRxEY BEXLE, PRESMAR, Ruvmzn, RICE, IDYER, ROILINS, CEILMORE, COLE CONANF, EDGINGTON, MONTGOMERY, MORSE, MULHOLLAND, Musick, NOEL, SCHVVAGER JENKINS, MATTHEWSON, MCINERNY, LOVVRY, MILLER, L.-XYLIN, M11,1,s, R. XVILLIAMS NVILLIS, GIESE, IJEIS, JONES, CARTER, Hxx, SPAHT, J. XV1L1,1.xMs Page 148 Yr' VPUJ 'ffl-Wi I-mf TEFHENEUPHIA 1-VW S F1 S 1.1-W If PHI THE TA KAPPA BETA CHAPTER Founded-1 91 7. 'Sponsor -- ........... MISS GENEVA DRINKWVATER President .... ..... O PAL BIONTGOMERY Vice-President ......... --- VIRGINIA JUDD Secretary and Treasurer -- -- ALICE JONES S. A. B. Representative ............. --- AGNES EIILLER MEMBERS IRENE BE.ALE DIARY LOUISE BRIGI1T LOUISE BROWVN EIILDRED BROWVNING BIA!-IGARET CARNEY JUSTINE CARTER IRENE COLE DOROTHY CONANT BIARTHA CONWVAY DOROTHY DEIS EVELYN DYER SYLVIE EDGINGTON ANNETTE FILLIUS IONE FOYVLER ADA GIESE HELEN GILMORE I.UCY GILLESPIE JANE HERICK BIARY HOWVARD HIX ANNE LOUISE HOOD EIARGARET JENKINS ALICE JONES VIRGINIA JUDD BIAY IEAYLIN HELEN KLIE BIARY LOWRY ELIZABETH EIATI-IEWSON BIARY BICINERENEY AGNES BIILLER. DEBORA BIILLS OPAL INIONTGOMERY EDITH BIULHOLLAND ESTHER EIORSE SYBELLE BIUSICK VIVIAN NOEL RACHEL PARKER LETA BELL POTTS MAXINE PRESSAIAR LOUISE RICE HTAZEL ROLIIINS JOSEPHINE RUPPEL RUTH SCHWVAGER IDA SPAHT JOYCE XVILLIAMS RUTH VVILLIAMS HELEN WILLIS Page 149 If C I VIE: I E 1 ':iI..1 -.- J' ...4 ,-.. T ..- I .-., F ,...-. In in U7 U7 mu1mU1mU1H9QWLnmDnmLmm L4 I ff- 7 R Q,-, fkwg -JRE 4" L -. --LL,..,.. :VI 'S SVT! 'fHT"?"-T. "' V' U: "-1 ' , 2 4 IWMESH'-':wff,,f-x. ,JI I E551 E F' -.Wu---...,.....--...,.,,,., ,,,,,. 15,....., L.. i if SIGMA GAMMA GAMMA QHo110ra1"y .Uusic Sororityb 5?-I -,,i I -, Hi I fig VJ? 5 U7 . L! f i fa I -N L 1 YS E 5 1 -MII 1 I........f K9 " f ,Q I--EJ? I -! Aww? ZMM? UIQ 'gf "'A M ALI 9' 'I Q M ,.,, ,., I I I-1, I -..J I I 31", 'W gaw J, 5 F! ' 3 JI 5 I E iam, Fi I. F I iw , lrqg I L I 'f 1 H --J 7 Lg Y , . , I I ' I R EJ 5 Uma , , s Q , 1 Wi LU cg , L, I , In V3 I U71 , HILTON, HAM, Coxuru, BELL, JOHNSON, BEHM, LANE ' Q STEEN, HAIR, I. Fos'rER, PENNINGTON, C. FOSTER, LACKEY, SHIELDS ? BROWN, STIIILMAN, DOVVELL, INDORF, H.-XRROP, SHERMAN, BEARLY -Jj BRIDELL, MCKAY, MOLLENKAMP, HOOVER, SELLARDS, EYER, STARKEY Q BEALE, CAIN, BURNETT, CUNNINGHAM, PARKER, UGILVIE, NOEL . UT. E 1 Page 150 af ,N?:.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,1 ,,,,,.,, ,,,,X,,.,,,.,,.,-. Yi ZA,-M,-M-.-ur W li vu! in V ' l D Ui Lf11QHQ.f,? Qv2j1,IL4i1,uLLJ EVPL-V' '51-V15 I-HV TEPHENEUPHIA U7 5 U-1 5 1.1151 C' .1-nf In SIGMA GAMMA GAMMA LF E U1 ' f' ffl' ' I E .1- U' an E HONORARY MUSIC SORORITY ln- ... Sponsor -- .--- ........ Mrss RUTH GOODSMITH -T Ll' .President ...... ....... R UTH STARKEY E E Vice-President A-- Q-- FLORENCE SHERMAN ,- Secretary .... --- HELEN PENNINGTON U' Treasurer .......... -- BERNIEOE BEHM E S. A. B. Representative - .... vvETA DOWELL In LTI MEMBERS 3 IRENE BEALE RUTH HILTON IONE BEARLY BERNIECE BEHM RIILDRED BELL JANICE BRIDEI.TI HARRIET BROWN ELIZABETH BURNETT BERNICE CAIN CAROLYN CONDRA ELLEN CUNNINGHAM VETA DOWELL HIARRIET BROWN HARRIET EVER CHRISTABELLE FOSTER ISAEELLE FOSTER THELMA HAM RACHEL HARE PVIADELINE I'1ARROP RIARGARET INDORF BERNICE HOOVER LA RUE JOHNSON VERA LACKEY RUTH LANE! CLARA RICKAY RUTH RIOLLENKAMP VIVIAN NOEL LOUISE OGILVIE RACHEL PARKER HELEN PENNINGTON JEAN SELLARDS FLORENCE SHERMAN ELIZABETH SHIELDS RUTH STARKEY JANE STEEN VIRGINIA STILLMAN 1n1.1-1mm.r-uLnr.r-nHSQ77n.r-1u11..r1mL.rrLn E F Hz, NE S V I ' ,NJ ,J 5 n K F ' I V M, ,.m1,. .-1 fm, ,,,5 4 ? 4 1 CHI DELTA PHI Qllonornry Literary Sorority ,.... 1.1 R I, s 1 Fi ' 14 , rm. -Jr 57 X Li 1 ' f"' I xf'-7 1 '-5 BRAGHT, Gn,1.EsP1E, Kxxcm' E' Cox.'xx'r, LEXVIS, NHJORE, B,xxDY 'W JUDD, KARSCH, HICKS, FRANKLIN XIORRIS, ROBERTS, Encxxcrox, BARRUS I. I ' Page 153 ,M.-,,-,...,.,,,.A,. Q Z w r - ' J f Q J , vw X Ii 'N ffl: .1 Llflff' 6 W , WR.. -..,,.... .,.. . ...-........L- D Q W, ,w 2 1 L ,I , ,.., ' 5 QW, 5 i U 5 V , ,,,..J T "7 L., I ,....... 1-.- if M. E, 1 LIT E I i ...J ,1 5 U ET ...A IV1 L!! V-. 1....,, I7 l VPL-1 15'-I V5 '-V' TEPHENEUPHIA U-I 5 U-T 5 U-lx? In ' CHI DELTA PHI U' E C I U' I: IC U' OFFICERS: E E President .... .... S YLVIA EDGINGTON - ... Secretary-Treasurer - ...... MARJORIE LEWIS U- S. A. B. Rep. .... .- - DOROTHY BELL MORRIS II I: Sponsor ..... .................. IN Ixss LAURA SEARCY - - Founded-1919. X U- Alpha Gamma Chapter founded 1926 -n ... MEMBERS U-I ISABEL BANDY E LIAXINE BURRIS -' BIARY LOUISE BRIGHT "' DOROTHY CONANT U- SYLVIA EDGINGTON fl E BIARION GREY FRANKLIN ,.. LUCY GILLESPIE -4 CLEO Hlcxs Lf VIRGINIA JUDD E DIARY ALICE KARSCH ln I X BIURIEL KNIGHT -Q ' BIARJORIE LEWIS U- EUGENIE BIOORE DOROTHY BELL NIORRIS LH E BIARY ROBERTS U" LVI W U7 Page 153 'R I 1m.l'1mm.r1mf.r-1 H9Q77l.mu1u.r1mILmm -? V2LEf?iHmJW?iMf1FUEPHENEUPHVJLJ1ffLJE?2aU Egi X TAU SIGJIA TAU X Cllonorary Art Sororityj ' Ce F H 'T lV U1 1 I'-" 1 Ls - i LW f If M E J ... , 4. Uv. E in E4 E P I JJ 2 F., K 1 Ln- .J 5 ,L I U1 -1 3 U Eg E i E Uni 1 C ij W, 4 ...L W 'v W E r E E l i I W m C. ...Ll 1 Ln E Em -- , PoTTs, STAHL, KUNKEI, X 1, SANDZEN, JACKSON, FOWLER, BENTON, MONSES UCHS, WVALKER, Hrx, BRONAUGH, STARKEY 1 F BEALE, VANDERZYI., REAGAN, F11,1.1Us, SMITH In MERCER, UNDERNN'0OD, FISCHER, BEARDSLEY, METZ X E' Page 154 JWUTWUTWUTHQQTLDMLDWLDM ' fl + .J bl V... I' ..... .- 1 4 L W-Vlihfli L-mf TEPHENEUPHWYI S U7 S 'IW ni E A lj Uul U' E THETA ALPHA EPSILON E. CHOn0rary Dramatic Sororityj ' ? 7747-4 U. U' U'l E F.. .-4 U' .n E : Lf I E - ...- m P E or LV? INGLE M1TcHELL TROXELL KLOPOLSKY HAUBERT .- THET.5 ALPHA EPSILON - Us Honorary Dramatic Sorority Jr- E Sponsor -- -- ..... .... ................. B I Iss KEPPEL "' -L President ...... .... G LADYS KLOPOLSKY -' .. Vice-President .... .... H ELEN HAUBERT - U ' Secretary-Treasurer --- ...... FAY MITCHELL LH C S. A. B. Representative -- -----KIARTI-IA TROXELL ' r E MEMBERS E HELEN HAUBERT Ln BIAFALDE INGLE ""' GELADYS KLOPOLSKY U1 FAY BIITCHELL ln MARTHA TROXELL P T U1 , T Page 155 muwmuimuilgiwpnmonmpnm 1. -1.0 E T51 l'PSIL UN GJ 1111.1 QSOf'if!ll S0rOrif'y I . v :law r 'X 1' w I! . Q Qtls. 3432 Hjff' V, 4, ,I - W N . . rf , . 5 X R A . .E X ,ng ASHE, IQIJCKER, LAIN, XEWCOMB. SUTHERLAND LACKEY, SCHWAGER, PARKER, CUNNXNGHAM, MUSICK, MCNULTY, VVIIAEY, REEVES INGLE, Sxxxs, STIZPHENSON, LlNGl,E, Cl.-KNDY, CIIESE INGLE, KNIGHT, XYOUNG, SHEPHERD, QIRREER, CUTLER, PARKS, MARSHRLI. S.-XNDZER, Bmcs, IVIERCER, THOMSON, HAZEN, PENNINGTON, NICHOLS, BROWN BR1DE1.1., STEPHENS, GIESE, FISHER, FISCHER, S'I'IIAl,M.XN, STARKEY, NOIAN Page 156 .ME 5 1. F, Q 1 Y WUI 51-W5 I-nf IEPHEN5mPHzA U7 S U7 S wg ETA UPSILON GAMMA Sponsor - - - President ...... Vice-President - - - Secretary - - -- r P1 CHAPTER 0 Founded-1901 --- MISS RIAURINE PARKER I'rca.s'urer ..... - .......... Pan Hellenic Representative -- --- DOROTHY ASH FRANCES BIGGS JANICE BRIIIELL LOUISE BROWN ELLEN CUNNINGHAM RUTH CUTLER MARY FISCHER MARY VIRGINIA FISHER ELOISE GANDY ADA B. GIESE REVOLA GIREER HORTENSE HAZEN MAFALDA INGLE VERA LACKEY RIARGUERITE INGLE MARGARET LAIN BEDONNA LINGLE JULIA AIVIMA MARSHALL VIRGINIA MERCER RUTH LICNULTY SYRELEE RIUSICK MEMBERS ------- ADA B. GIESE ------- FRANCES BIGGS ELIZABETH LEE SINKS - RIARY VIRGINIA FISHER HYACINTH SOUTHERLAND DOROTHY NEWCOMB RAMONETTE NOLAND RACHEL PARKER AUDREY PARKS HELEN PENNINGTON DOROTHY REEVES NIARGARET SANDZEN RUTH SCHWAGER VIRGINIA SHEPERD ELIZABETH LEE SINKS HYACINTH SOUTHERLAND RUTH STARKEY SHIRLEY STEPHENS HAZEL STEPHENSON .ANNIE SUE TUCKER VIRGINIA STILLMAN CARROL LEE THOMPSON ROSE NVILLIE GERDINE YOUNG VETURA KNIGHT LEOLA NICHOLS Page 157 U-1 InI.l'1Inu'-1lhf.1'1HSQ'Z!l-r-1u1I.n uza.rIu1 LJ. 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L., is-l 5 Q ...J 5 ' ...J EVE E, 5 H 5 y-- HOWARD, flENTRY, GRIMMEI,L, HAMTLTON, H.XROI.D, FRxcKE , 5 LN., HOLT, IRVINE, JOHNSON, JUDD, MCCARTHY, KNIGHT, KURRUS, FOSTER J DAVID, LAMME, LIVELY, MACDONALD, MCMTLLAN, MORRTSON, NOEL, EYER ? T - IDYER, NELSON, POLLITT, PRICHARD, RAGSDALE, ROCKVVOOD, STAHL, BECKWITH Q ,O STANLEY, G. STALKER, M. L. STALKER, STIMPSON, STONE, STUART, TQILDEN, BEARDSLEY i I 3,1 Q , EGGMAN, XVELCH, XVICHELM,-KN, MXLLER, XVXLLIAMSON, MACKEY, CALMES, FOUSHEE 1 s ,.... .... E -N n ' I , Page 158' ,,- .....,..............,,. li E LW'IfQ'f"MlliTg'"','Il,""T ""li""""T-'-'.'T"""'1 4 LJ CQ P177 i"""""""""'-"",Q"""' """""""'u"J M7 T f . , T " ' 2 "' E 7 ' ..-F U! LI im fi, f.fll-...f . Ja MJ, N,W,,,-,,-, ,,,,,---,,h,. i ,. W , X W - P, PPL-W '51-U5 I-mf TEPHENEUPHIALV1 S W 5 L SIGMA I0 TE CHI ' U1 LV I: ETA CHAPTER C .-, .L,?'f"f,,. V - . V: lr .. Founded-1903 'E U' U7 E Sponsor --- ....... MISS OLIVIA. NOEL - President ..... .... 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PERRINE, PROVINE, El,I.lO'I'T SIAUGHTER, R. PERRTNE, MILLS, E. LONG, HENDERSON SIPE, MACKEY, c3EREN, HICKS, FORBES, 'I'I'l'US, L. LONG CONANT, BENNETT, STANDLEY, VAUGHT, SMITH, VVITTEN, SELLARDS MORGAN, VVRAY, VVILLIAMS, ROBBINS, SAMS, LAWRENCE, ALEX!XNDER CROVVDER, NELSON, IJOUGLAS, DTAMERON, HOLCOME, REVARD, BURKE Vpl..1'l 51.115 l.l'lf TEPHENEUPHIAJU-I 5 1.11 5 U1 u' E BETA SIGMA BETA . IC U' If C I: .J -, U- Founded-1926 U7 Sponsor -L-- --- MISS KATHERINE FARRAH -LF President ...... ..... J OSEPHINE VAUGHT Vice-President --- --- ELIZABETH SLAUGHTER 'n E Secretary --- ...... ANNA REAGAN -' Treasurer ...... ........ - -- HELEN REVARD , U. Pan Hellenic Representative - --- JULIA ELLIOTT ln ... MEMBERS , U7 JT AIARTHA ALEXANDER JOSEPHINE BENNETT FREDERICKA BURKE DOROTHY CONANT KATHERINE CROQWDER BIARGARET DAMERON ARLINE DOUGLAS JULIA ELLIOTT VERA FORBES HEIIEN GEREN JIM HENDERSON CLEO HICKS DOLL HOLCOMB ALLIE LAWRENCE LAURA LONG ELIZABETH LONG ELIZABETH BIACKEY DEBORAH MILLS ALICE MORGAN ELOISE NELSON AMINE PERRINE RUTH PERRINE FAYE PROVINE ANNA REAGAN HELEN REVARII DEAN ROBBINS BIARY KATHERINE SAMS JEAN SELLARDS LIILDRED SI1-E ELIZABETH SLAUGHTER BIARYALYCE SMITH MARTHA STANDLEY ANNE TITUS JOSEPHINE VAUGHT JOYCE VVILLIAMS EMILY VVITTEN EVELYN VVRAY ' lm.1"lmI.r'1m1.r-I H99277I.mu1l.r1mL.muI I .-, -... .V ,.. s.... U'I W-V' 5'-W5 'J TEPHEN5UPHzA U-I 5 1-11 S Wg U1 Cf P .. ., E Li PHI LA MBDA BETA fS0cial Sororityj .1 C LV C UT N T., TIT LH 3 1 JT FICKEL, DoRsEY, BRADLEY, LUNT, SCOTT A U. INGLISH, SEVIER, McADow, ALBERTS, SI-IIELDS, CH1LcoAT , Jr! C PHI LAMBDA BETA 1 Founded 1926 NU' Sponsor ..... .......... R IISS COLE E President .... .... B EATRICE :ALBERT , Secretary .,.. .... C ORRINE INGLISH .. Treasurer -- .... - .... ..... A LLENA IAUNT U- JVI87IlIl87'S U-I BE.4TRICE ALBERT AI,LEN.A LUNT '- HELEN BRADLEY SUE MCADOW U7 IJOROTHY CHILCOAT KATHERINE SCOTT ANNE DORSEY ELlZABETIi SHIELDS DORIS FICKEL CORRINE INGLISH lfl Page 176 AIILDRED SEv1ER ln1.1-lml.r'lLn1-r-IHSQTI-mu11.nm LDu1 UT lUg WJ 'iw 1415 LJ IEPHENEUPHIA f-Vf3I 5U"1 ml A C. In if E I ID' ,-? 'I If UT ...I mg Q U72 r-X i-T -Ja UTI I li -JI I l I ...J UT , r-3 LV .H U75 ,..? In Q PI BETA TAU CSM-ial Sorority D U3 HARJ0 XVOODS 44,024 MCINERNEY , M. XVOODS MCCALL FRIEDRICI-I ADAVID I CI.EMIxGs KOCIIAN NOBLE IVIARTIX Coxs'rAxT RoI,I,Ixs PI BETA TAU Founded 1926 Sponsor --- -- ......... ....... B Ilss CREW Presidrfnt ..... ---ANITA CONSTANT Iyif'P'I,I'f'SidE7lf - - Sevrzf tfarly ..... Treasurer .ESTHER CLEIAIINGS ANITA CONSTANT GEORGIA IJAVID IAJRETTA FRIEDRICII I,oIs HARJO xr!-IRNA KOUIIAN PAULINE AIARTIN Members 'A K l n 1 .1 4 D O , fi. ' . QJAQAA ---HAZEL ROLLINS ------XTERNA KOCIIAN LORETTA 1"RIEDR1nf1I AGNES BICCALL BIARY BICINERNEY IJOROTHY NOBLE HIXZEL ROLLINS ELGIE YVOous BIARGARET XVOODS Page 177 , UF C U' F... W1 ID i.. LU I. El UT V' l IH LN UT C I .J UT UTI Jfm arm uw LIMILVEIJ-If HSD 2111.1-I ua 1.17 UI LJ7 UI , ,,,, , 5 . L , . 5 E I, E. l l r r P l W Y V VpI.1'l '5L..I'i'5 l.l"I TEPHENEUPHIAIUW 5 1.1-'l 5 LV' U'I C U' C U' E -U Il' II E y C U'l I: U' C L- v Ll' L: II 1 lr Ir: is U-I i Page 178 PRIZE WINNING SONGS SCHOOL DAYS Qlst Prizej Music and words by Ruth Lane School days, play days. Filling the years VVith memories time cannot fade. Spring brings the rain And the promise of life. School days bring joys To be shared with our strife. Alma Mater, guiding our ways, Proving a friend kind and true. Stephens, Stephens, We never will forget Those days that we lived with you. THE VVINDING YVALK Qflnd Prizej Music by Rachel Hair r Words by Irene Beale There's a walk that winds straight to my heart It runs from a lantern hung gate To the ivy-hid towers of Stephens, Stephens so loved and so great. VVith love and devotion Weill serve her Our own Alma Mater so fair. Weill broadcast her friendliness daily, Over land, over sea, through the air. WU7WU7mU7H92WLDmLDmLDm U ' 'iv v I gs, tv., 'f 4 V f ,AA-,.h1liSnAAm,,,,.,, ,,,, ,..... ,,,,.,,i.eA.. ,lf Am Y arf- V . - . Q7 . in ,- ...,,. mm - A A " M SJ , 9 X J fill! N 4 , I . . 5:-, Q I ... I I s 1 Q '22 .03 , an X, N tea, .FJ 's Q 7 .H Xi ,VZ - xxx E Qtieswngwi W ln a fl x Ks, ll A Sli, , f, xx -I , . N g 1 .7 xx .I QM, . Q., xx rl 5 I X f . N gil ,', 5 'I x"'1 uf N 7 3 ' V :'. s I X I s X I --Y O ' - -- 1 1' ' , Va, '.- Y' f Q-I ,Q N If -1 X f -:J N I K f df s I V1 VI 3 . Y I V X 1 X . s I Q ',, X , ,,... 3 1 uh Page 179 I5 C ..- U' E 1 -...J Ui U1 ill J Il i II LH LV! LF! AUT. V2 E L A or 5'-Nl TEPHENEUPHIA 51-1-1 S we Ul C BURRALL BIBLE CLASS -.. President .......... --- RACHEL PARKER U-1 First Vice-President --- ...... ANNIE SUE TUCKER E' Second Vice-President .............. BIARY ELDRED CAINIPBELL --'X One of the most important organizations at Stephens is the Sunday school Lf- class named after Miss Burrall, our teacher. Its fame is widesprewdg every visitor to Columbia comes to the Burrall Class, the largest class of its kind in the world. Stephens College forms only F1 small part of the roll, as the rlfiss has four "- rlivisionsg Stephens College girls, Christian College girls, University men, and up University women. Each group has its leadership meetings in which sociological E problems as well as those of international interest are discussed. The splendid spirit and organization of the class is most unusual, and we feel ""' that we owe it all to the faithful service and inspiration of Miss Burrall. U' U... CAMPBELL PARKER , TUCKER mi Page 180 imI'1in m.r1mf.r'I H9Q'Y7 l.I'llJll-I'lCUlI..I"lCLH .l -W-fl 'il-ITE I-Nl T5PHEN5UPHzA1ff 2 U7 EAL-WS U1 E .lf l Ap- 1 E E I .V ..... U7 E LI' C U.. C U' C U7 UW A TIILETIC .f1SSOl'I.f1TION Presizlent c-, ,....., ..... - -.. BEDONNA LINGLE Vine-1're.vident -- ..... ..... 1 'lERN BARNETT Secretary --- -- CSERTRUDE CLARK Treasurer ............. -- K1XTIIERINIC HOFFMAN S. A. B. R01ll'I'-YH7lfflfil'6 -- - .... AIILDRED FLATT Sponsors ............ .... - 'Miss PARKER Miss H.xvN1-Ls To be :1 member of A. A. is not merely "pay your fifty cents, vou're :1 ine,-me berf' but something far bigger :ind better than that. It is :in honor to be :x mein- bcr of Atheletic Association. A girl must be sufficiently interested in athletics to earn a stipulated number of points before she is eligible. The old members must keep on participating in athletic events if they wish to retain their membership. A. A. Circus, swimming meet, :md moonlight hikes will have :1 place in our memory of good times during college. The :iwslrds given :it different times during the year, include the much coveted blanket, sweaters, and cups. Our biggest :aim is to promote health of body :md ideals of good sportsmzmship among the girls :it Stephens. , Puff' ISI ny7mU1mU1H92TLDmenmeim Tam fvf- 5 IC EAJBE i-Nl TEPHENEUPHV-X S wi Lil' Ci my W 9 LV C , U' ff-I 21 .-.rl I in C F , a LV 5 C! 1 I +1 I E E , --4 IFE C? U7 ll 11 4 LT j lf, BOOK CLUB President ...... -- ELIZABETH SLAUGHTER Vive-President ...... --- BIARY LOIfISE BRIGHT Secretary-Treasurer --- -- FLOY BUCH.ANIXN Librtlrian ............ ...... 1 IILDRED BAILEY S. A. B. Representative --- .... KATIIII:RINE PRITCHARD NVe are not necessarily "book-worms," for that implies restriction and nar- rowness, and Book Club is anything but narrow, but when one goes to Sampson Apartments on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, she must not only be prepared to enjoy a careful review of a worthwhile book, but she must have in reserve a wealth of alert application of the authoris ideas to the business of liv- ing, i11 which all of us are Inore or less interested. From Book Club, the Inembers have carried over into active service in behalf of book-dom, for the members review their books for the Grail book page, after having orally reviewed them for the club. The dues are the presentation of a good book to the club library. For what is best and newest in books, ask 1 Book-eluber! W' B I Pane 182 u I UBI 59 IL. ..- UT 5 ,...4 Us E LV! C III V- LV! if! sh I 5 ...4 Ui LV! l I Ul LU WU1mU1mU1H9QWLnmLmmLDm Q LPI LE FERVLE I+'R,A1NCAIS U- C President ...... ---. ....... ANN:-3 Trrrs C l "' Vive President --- --- BIARGARET BICCARTHY ld. U- Sec1'efnry-Treasurer -- ..... BIILDRED KNAl'P N U' E S. A. Ii. Ifepzevrlnfulive - -- NIARIAN STUn'rEvAN'r E -h Sp0n.s'm's --- ---.-- . ..,..... Miss Pixma Uv- Miss STRICKLIJR 1 "' lm E Le Cercle Francais has been trying to develop 'imong girls on the campus nn ... interest in French :md French customs. This vear the prograins have consisted of "' talks on the customs of several French provinces, varied with French songs, games U. :md musical numbers. In March, Le Ccrcle presented two short amusing plays, I1 EQ "Le Fen et le Fan" and "Le Professeun de Phonetiquef' The C'atac-ovnbs given at the S. A. B. Carnivzil was highly successful. U5 in Q .. -it Il U1 WIT Q i .. U' J,-I E .. Q- U' E LI'I II' U'l EI . ln in lf! PII ur IS-,v Y U1 lf, p pw p p Ap i my-1pmpmf1LrzrJ'1 U1 C U7 C ii'- E i E: if U' C U7 C U' C E C -4 U' C LV! 71 stunt. VN-I "il-l V5 l-V' TEPHENEUPHVX U-l 5 U-l 5 U-TS' HI BETA STEPPO .- ETA PILL CHAPTER U. Founded at Stephens College, February 26, 1926 C Purpose --- To :iid suffering and home-sickness U'- Colors - ..... - .......... Pink and Green Flower -- --- .... Castor Been E PILL-ARS '- Most High Pill .................. --.--- IJRUSA DELAHOYDI-1 U-I Next Most High Pill .......................... Ross ivmv I T Capsule of Records and Aspirin of the Treasury ---------------------------------- BIARGARET TILDEN Sponsor ..... .................. .N.. B I iss VVILMA HAvNEs fl Its purpose is to create fun, in order to qualify for membership, one must 1 have :i democratic spirit, possess a keen sense of humor, be a good sport, and have Activities: Stunt night, Initiation, Dance at the S. A. B. Carnival, Story Book Ball, April Fool Dance. '- V' .J Lil LU U'l Page 15,1 mu1mu1mU1H92WLmmenmenm WJ' 51-H5 LH g TEPHENSUPHIA1-W S 1-V1 5 'Fug HOME ECONOMICS CLUB U1 Presiflcnt --- -- BIARGARET BRONAUGH E: Vice-President --- --- PAULINE CABBELL Secretary .... .... Y VERA FORBES U1 Treasurer --- ...... --- LILLIAN TYHITING S. A. B. Representative --- .... RUTH HARRIS C Sponsor .............. --- Bliss I,0GAN U' The Home Economics Club is composed of the girls who are majoring or minor- E ing in Home Economics and of those who are expecting to continue in that line of -. The club pin, which was adopted this year, is si tiny, gold rolling pin hearing work after they leave Stephens. if il: yu' E -nv LH l W U' thc letters H. R. C. The Home Economics Club sponsors three important activities on campus: the Scientific Eating Campaign, the Style Show, and the Personal E Grooming Campaign. 4 The club meets once a month and tl1e program consists of the discussion of 1 U' problems which girls might meet in every day life, and those which they might . meet if they continue in their work in Home Economics. E r- '14 U1 in E ..- LV J E ..- LV Ln I: U' LVI C W in l U-l Page 185 U-14 lm1.1"un L1-:mu-I H9QWlgl'IUlggLUU1l:fl tn l7yL.lQlFT1l...l7Cil i YI' I i I I I f, ff' I TEPHENEUPHVX U 1 5 -QIUIILNEW L. 5 m'1eT,11N RAISEIQS ...I IJ7'I'Sidf'7lf ..... -, AIAFALDE INGLE 1 'l ? I'iceA1'1'1fsir11'nf -- .... DOROTHY SMITH ,-- S1fr'r6ta1"11 -- --- ciLADYS KOLPOLSKY Trrfasurm' ........... --- MARG.xIu4:'r JENKINS S. 11. H. lE!?IJ1'l'.Y!'7lfLlfi1'l' --- ANNE LOIIISI: Hoon 'Q i H , Y Sponsor .........-............,............. MISS In-:PPEL Ll Yve all have the dramatic instinct even if we arc Math. majors, or spnnd most E' of our time working Chemistry problems. VVC all have a suppressed desire to liear F-- ' Q Ourselves speak in a different personality over the footliglits, or to try our hand ll ---1 "3 in some of the mysterious intricacies of the theatre. It is tO meet the desire of ,-A U' the average girl that Curtain Raisers was organized. It now has a membership of U-I I I I Ei-5 almost one hundred students. ll? 0,.1v,1.1 -. .- .1 ,.1 is . E 37 ne, act p :Qs Iaie me-en gnen at each meeting, tie Cast .Im proc lll.tIOIl com- "" 5 mittces arc taken from the members of the Club. Sometimes the plays are directed A -.I VX' . . . . . Y . lJ 1 by the girls under the able supcrvlslon of our sponsor, MISS Ixeppel. Programs of H-I . . . . . U C' d1'Jllllilt1C rcadmgs, IIIUSIC, and talks on the drama have added variety to the meetings. ' "T Two full-evening programs have been given for the public, each consisting of One- E My ' ' -'l act plays of VIll'10llS types. nd , ' -., ii l , I" I mil O E ... Ui if EQ E ""U I , lim ii- U'I Ci iii I lf, U-Q r ,Q Y CM I will I N F , iw if 3 ir" 'W M5 IE, 'E' l Page 136 1 il"'n""H""-""'j"'M""j3g"""----- 6 V 4:'1' --- - W, i,-If Li," Ui I-full ll 22 U limp 'fVl,U1L+U U2 .14 2 Q i til -I--. .MN , ., - , MA, M,-V-M-M xx I Q w riff" TWA----- -f - :ZA i I i ' 1 7 -- X 1 fit i VM -,-f- V--, -4 - , N- f-. - ' ,"'7'l-7T"1'JT """ W" A" M"'W'W"- '4" "'---Q- ' ff A . eqhi J j J is 1,35 its gs-V fxgifi fx 1:3 ,E 5 1 ,.,. , , , '-- I -'M----'-'---4---'---F---mm-----A-.--.fQg...---.f .,,.,.. I g,,g ' ,Q 3 iq Ji if ,g,""i Q '--J ' 1 t , 1 .J I N '- ' fm- tw ..,, gig ,U ' v-----4-----A--1-W-Mm---A-M if' L1 , ., .... , ..,. W.. , 4 x --1 M ' Y ,, . , , i 5 ,H IIIP.-III--I IIILA,-1003 '-' U 1 . -1 M, , La i L l'0llIld1'd'.l2lllll?l1'f' l, 1920 ,W , . 1 --- Prffsnlzfizf - -.,,...,.. ,,...,..,,,..,....... - - NIARY lwsciiiciz 3 2 irq ,. , . i 'Wi U i I nw'-I n'sz11'vnl -- .f.. - ..,........Y,........ -, AI,1c'if1 .Toxics 5: 1' I f"" , , , 1 ist'l'7'f'f!Il"If'1'l'I'fl-YI!l'!'I' ..W,..f....,....,.,,.. Mxniic li xi:QI'i1 xi: f F... . , S. .1. If. Ifl'1'1l'f'fW'l1fllffll' -,-..--,, ,..., W ,..., .lHwicI. Xicwnnim "M i 1 . f- i . ii 'M' 'J 7 iSpo11.wr ....,,...,....,,. H .,...., , ,.,,,... Mus. C.x1,1,ow.xY 1 i V-1 I I , 9 F-D 3 1, . L1 Sinm- Stepliuiis wah young, 1n:1tl1un1:1tic:1l minds l1:1Vc lwvn banded tugvtlu-r by " 7"" i, the t'ric-ndlv tie-s ot' Hvpfxtisx iloxsigmi. Tin- club is i'I!Y"1'C2lL'ilillg in itg 1m'inbc1'whip. 4 .mv ' ' , living opt-n to :ill studullts ut' m:1tln'm:1tic's. Ixi'il'l' 1lt'fl'lldillQ: :1 fx-w of tilt' inn-tings iwwi . hold :it Mrs. C':1llow:u' s. tin-iw Pniiivs :x rwxlizntimi that 11i:1tl1v11r1t1cs is not inadv l1'J iii' . 1 , ,J l""' , . . . . L ot nu-re lllllIltCl't'St1Y'l5I :ind ll1l'flll1llgit'S?-3 svnibols, but that it lim rea-1'e:it1ui1:1i value :,.... 'W ' ' , i 1 f nd :1 1'l'?ll f:1sc1n:1t1on. Thx- progrrnns de-:il with tin' lilsturicul b:ackgronnd :ind L-X . 'mi wicntiiic :l!5DiiC'J1ii0llS ul. !1l!ltilt'lll2Xtil'h to n-wrv d ix lift: 2 I l all . . N.: 'J E Thv c-lui: has Sl1i5Sl'1'iiJt'li to :1 wm'lilj.' !llilg?lZil'K', 'Tliv Scicncw- Ycwa I,cttm'r.H T- . . . . I L 2 wlnc-Ii is piucvd :lt thx- disposal ot :ill the students. Q V 1'-it 11 V In addition to tlu-ir otllm-1' :ic-001111ilisinnffnts. Hylmtizx Ilvxngoii int-nibers :irc L' .pi innstm-rs in the :irt of making tcafnnd drinking it. 1-- L' 15 :al ..... E 13 LJ'-i 4 1 + 1 i ,N 1 ...J I 4 ' if! ' ' i I i hi- fi i i .ii it mi W , JY - Wi-i 1 I i I A 1i1"'x .-.. 5 ! , in F in i ' .1 X HK, f""" 1" 'ff i 1""' j Z K.-. , f , , Li lf? iii 6 .... i hw N V...-. U--. .-, K 9 ., , i,...x J ' 5 DEV? ...- - in ' Page 187 if-M Y- 4 T. A' ..x..-,.-..-.....i- ..... x, j"""'i'j:gj:W"'jg "" "7,g1?--'M - ,Q - . , ,an get 515- '-N..M,....,...---.,-,,MM.. ,M..,.,-,,,. ...,,. .,,. L-"1 i.i Vi i I i iii ' 7 "7 f ' li 'Wi 'Wi' xii? Vi""1 ' 1 5 1 :in V- J 1 i,....- , .,. . ? i. f i..,,,i f I Z q 64 Ja .Kid l 1 i II 1 J i I i-'mal I Adi, vhf . ..,.f..,,., ....,, Y., ,. ,........-...........,.--..4 M.. A, ., .4 'L -.......... -. ..,....,,-,j THE ,YEIV VUTERS SISVTIUX 01" THE LEA-1Gl'E OF WOMEN VUTERS 1' 1'1'.9 idfnf .............,.................- HELEN Hrxl'nr:R'r 1'ic1'-P 1'1' .virlcrlf ..A,................v.H...... MA lmcs R C'.in'rER S f'rX 1'1' t I1 1'.1 1 -T 1'1'1l. S Il 1'1' r .,.....,.,........ Blues' T'lLLl-CN lhvis S. .-1. B. Hcp r'f'.v1' lIf!1lill'l' .................. Dmfsx IDELAHOYD S1 nfnrz .vor ,...........,,.......,.,..,... Ili-:ANOPPENII1-:nina The New Voters Scction ot' thc Lcague ot' Yvomcn Yotcrs was organizcd for the purposc of prcparing studcnts for citizenship by informing thcm in rcgard to political problems, and by interesting thcm in thc discharge ot' their political dutics, and for thc purpose of arousing enthusiasm and intcrcst among thc studcnts in this work so that after college, they will he prepared to become activc members in the Lcagucs ot' their respcctive states. The Ncw Voters Section made a place for itsclt' this ycar by being largely responsible for the hundrcd pcr-cent vote which was cast in the spring clcction. Thi- organization did much to arouse thc intcrcst of thc student body in thc elcc- tions. as wcll as doing active work in the furthering ot' clean politics. The Xcw Votcrs Scction is under thc auspices of the Statc Lcaguc of Xvomcn Voters. and as ri junior branch ot' such. it follows thc principles, practices, and policies of the National League' in so far as it is possihlc on the campus. Through! out thc ycar. the organization sccurcd many prominent speakers for mass mcctings. ..Page. 138. . I .,,., ..,., ..,,, - . v 1 1' . ffi i L it ""' ET i rw sf' F fff 1.-,ii ri- ngiixfi first roll real ....3:'i. . ..l.,j-,,t ffi ty Lgigrf .-.-,t,i..., .... i'5:g:ig,,,l,-..,,-,-,1T:1g1',.--.,.. .,.,., Z Y. l. I i i i 1 1 ,, i 4 E x l E. Y ... 1 L 551 J S r , 4 i -5. Ui .Eli 4 URI? . Y , V Y f f YY W- Y A A A . i V1 is V1 si V1 if ef I f-TE?7-1"fi'aff - -A ifiPH5muPHf.fx i 4 "N""m"""m""f' C.4R.11ENC1T,1 Lil V' is P7'f'SillP7lf -.--............ ........ ....... . A DA B. Gu-:si-3 A l Secretary-Treasurrfr -- ---. Fav FOUSIIEE 1 V7 yi S. A. B. 1fI'1H'P8l'Ilfflfi1'l' -- -- AIARGARET Rncroa fb I I in r". Sponsor .................................. .... R Ins. Kuna li 3 In the early fall of 1926, the Spanish Club, 'iCarmcncita," was organized un- Lil 54 r-1? I-E Ei E C53 E 4 UT F... L. .5 U' der the direction of Senora Kerr. A great deal of enthusiasm was immediately aroused among the students of more advanced standing, and has been sustained throughout the entire year. Appropriate plays, songs, and dances have comprised ggtji the programs presented at the monthly meetings. The plays. which have been presented, all comedies in one act, are "La B1'tJlllFl,,y HEI Criado Astutof' and "lil wing Doble Robo." A practice which has become an established custom is that of responding to , l roll call with an appropriate Spanish proverb. This is not only a practice requi- MJ site of all members, but a plan which encourages additional study. and one which jim k . . . . . . . in 1 fl aids as a vocabulary builder. All members participate in the club program, it by .5 . . . . . . . . . fM"i doing nothing but singing. The bpamsh songs have proved very fascinating. , , , . ' 1 S Although a newly organized group, Carmcncita has endeavored to accomplish ,Ji a great deal bv making the club one which we may all be proud of. HTF W . . .D , 2 limi A... lflf E . lg in . if, we .lj ET wi W in? LW i A E . . -N ....-.....,.iD.fs'f.151L.-t V 1 J La .L-V7 U7 f-V7 Lii S359 2 77 L-Vi .Ui if-F7117 - M.xu'rl1.x C'oNw.xY ...J L7 iV2iQJgitt?i1Q11ifQii STEPHENEUPHM 1-Vi U7 5 ww ,, Y. IV. J. IiI'I'1Yi!Il'7lf ..... W - C l 1'ic'a'-lJ1'1f.s'iflP11I -- ,- SI'f'l'!'fflI'.1f .... - , - I.I'l'ILLE BVIHLXLL K.X'Flll'IliINBI SCOTT Yll'l'IlSIlI'l'l' ,... .,..,, .,,... I X Licic .loxi-is 1 S. rl. 13. Ifljllif'-Y1'IIf!lI'il'l' , ,-- Sixn.x11.xuNi:s Hmm ' Sponsor -- ,.,,..... --- Miss BI'1m.xLL lil . Y. YY. A. is :i nitionrxl rm-ligious orgziniz-ition composed of girls who are- cs- lwcirnlly intura-stcd in tht- study of llllSSl0IlSQ Although most of the girls :irv Baptist 'J tl-rvnt phusvs ot' mission work. Little pluvs h:1V1' been F, X . l,l :md Miss Hurrall has nmdc- :x Tllllllllvl' of interesting talks The idt-'mls ot' Y. YY. A. !1l'1'Z prnycrg Biblv study girls, other :ire invited to hc-long. Onm- :x month thvsc girls nivvt :ind study dit'- presn-ntcd from tinn- to tiinv. : Christian scrvicifg tClllPt'l'- :uuu in thought. word, :md dcvdg considcrzitiong g'ClllIlt'Ilt'SSQ rvsponsihility for "thc Qtln-r Young wonicn with whom we conic in contlxc-t 1 . :H dc-tm-rinilieition to give no "T . . . . . Llil otlvnsc in personal zxplxc-trance, dross, speech, or deportnicntg clll'1Stl?lI1 womrxnhood, l or l i f" which will contain in itsolf' and cllltivnti' in otluers thn- V and public' integrity. U73 ss V"i ini s --ll U li E .--Q ll- ll' f 4-4 if lf. in i...-' ' il l ..- i lfl lf ' l Pr: W 109 highm-st standfxrds ot' privzxtv .J if L, Ui l"'1 .I IN l- H1 lf' m ll'l H.- ID i' m L' m F' U1 Cs t t ttttt tt , tttt .gmqjmu1mU1HQ2WunmLnmunu 13 C4444 C4444 4x 6 Q 4444444 96354346 CCQQQ gnLmuJ uhllfatioug W-I1 5 S LVIII TEPHENEUPHIA UTI S WSW? 9111111111115 gtunharh 11111111111 Nllllllwl' JUDD ABBOTT Editor-in-chief --- --- VIRGINIA JUDD Business fllflllrllgfff --- --- IRENE ABBOTT THE STANDARD The Standard is the oflieial magazine of Stephens College, and deserves its reputation of being a student publicationg but every member of the staff realizes the futility 'of our efforts if it were not for the constant and helpful supervision of Dr. Kenneth I. Brown. Especially commendable work has been done by: Ruth Beardsley, Art Editor: Mary Louise Bright, Alumnae Editor: Dorothy Conant, Exchange Editor, Dorothy Bell Morris, our official "Hash Slingergi' Isabel Handy and Cleo Hicks, our Poetry Editors, and by Sylvia Edgington, Marion Grey Franklin, Muriel Knight, and Marjorie Lewis who have been faithful contributors and indespensible members of the Board of Editors. Much of the success of the Standard this year has been due to the efficient work of the Business Board, which is made up ofg Irene Abbott, Mary VVright, Virginia Miller, Lucy Gillespie, Martha Louise Hammond, and Lillian Morris. Five issues of the Standard have been published this year with the sincerest hope that the students have found them up to their expectations and-up to their standard. .14 UT if LV C U-I in I1 Il Il rs Il U7 lil LH W in 1r1 IH :fi Ln 1 -5792? 1.11 LRSi.fl pm LJ4! UI i , ..-M .. . 5 . 1 , ,1 i i '-f., 1 1 - ' 1 i Q f Mu1,1101.L.xxn Sr,xx1,EY H VAINDERZYI, NELSON T11.DEx Musick Q11 B131111Y ROBERTS FRANKLIN FRICKE , l" '- wr v 1 1 v 1 ' 3 wr 1 1 , ' 1SlLPI11a.N1SO1III1f1 ASIJFI' Erlifol'-ill-011iwf ...,...........,...M..... E111'1'11 H1'1.11o1,1.1xx11 Igll.YiIll'SS Jlniirzger ,......A..........- ,,... l 511.1 NCES STAN1,1qy l"!16'llHy .'1!ll'l1S'f'I' .............,.......v....,... A11.x11 PE11111: livvry stall' is siipposeml to l1?lVt' il tilllf of won-. V12 shall 11-t tl1is book ln- our tale. As for thc woe, we liopc tllt'I'l' will bc IIUIIC. Thu ten lllt'I11lJt'I'S of this stall' have 1-xi-rted 1-o111bi111'd cf'l'o1'ts in thi- 1m11blic:1ti011 il of thc- hook. l'l:1cl1 ot' the ten has used lu-1' pliysicnl. 1111-11t:1l. :mil 111or:1l rihilitics 'to .nf the grwitl-st possible vxtent. After we ll2lVl' said our :ilmilitivs :ire 1-xl1:1ust1-cl, what lll0l'lf c:111 we- say? cxvvpt that wc hope you are pleased with Thc 1927 StC1Jlll'f1SOPlllil. 51 -V .. ., , V Pagg 193 j 1 1 :- -1 U-I That jolly Academ Class. ' , I W ,,,Y V D- , v f ff-rrvf-fr. 5 Q F' 'F . VP'-V' 51-'75 I-U TTEPHENEUPHIA U7 S W E- mg LH C SENIOR CLASS SONG LF 1927 C VVe are the Seniors U1 Seniors are we U- E We never lose our vitality E Rah. Rah, Rah V742 have the rep and also the pep U- For we are the Senior class U'l E Rah, Rah! '-' U' JUNIOR CLASS SONG J-I I: 1927 '- - Hi-yi-yi-yicus U- Nobody like us X We are the mighty Junior class ,,-n C Always a winning 1' Always a grinning lj - Always a feeling fine. Yi-yi Yi-yi. HI! U7 A E -. ACADEZVI CLASS SONG ' LV 1927 -in E Are we a Peppy Class ' Sure we are a Peppy Class The jolly Sub-Collegiates E YVhen we to this campus came UT They thought we were shy and tame But we're that Academ Class VVe've got pep, Do we step, up Weill build up a dandy rep- E VVe're small but mighty! Tho' we're never heard of much You bet we are a dandy bunch lfl 1- U'I U11 1nIi.!j:i4nnLr-lLf1L1'lH9Q'77L.rllJ1L11mL.n-vuzii . ' ',,,.,4,5Q ' ' " , 1' ' " , 1 V-, , M., A ,.,. ..-...,,A,4 ., - A,-1, --.,u.l,g.. -A , nl -iw!-yr. A Q i It hang, A-JL A ,Y My ,-A,m,,g,..,,.d4...n.,, ,.du-- -1-h -1- IZHTLIYQS . A Q Q 'I C ' 5 -I 1 f Page 199 TEAM '1911 tm: unwanufvmnt F1913 TEAM "' 1309 ll F PREUTI R5 18111 TENNIS EBHHITIYE 1 a1:z isus 1- ' Page 202 Page 203 yi mm 'il-oi I-nl TEPHEN5uPHzf-x U-l S U7 S Wg U1 Miss Stockton Cto Spanish Classj: Girls, I am dismissing you fifteen minutes ... the keys to Heaven. early to-day. Please go out quietly so as not to waken the other classes. E Miss Drinkwater thinks that St. Peter was the first Kappa because he holds U- Miss Crew, who has developed a great taste for riding, was entertaining the U. girls at her table with various experiences that she had had. VVhen she said, E "I patted 'Western Boy,' Mildred Kistler looked horrified and gasped, 'You E petted a VVestern Union boy ?' " U- Tiny: Did you get in the Stephens picture? I-I LVI E .- get on each end. DeHan1: Only twice. Mr. Parsons worked it so quickly that I could only .... Little Boy Cin theatrej: Mother, when do the Indians come in? U- Mother: There are no Indians in this show. I: Boy: VVell then, who scalped all those men on the first row? - Handsome is as facial does. U' Lady: Are you sure those lobsters are fresh? J' E Fish Monger: Madam, they are positively insulting. P.. A roommate is a person who never has anything of her own and who designates -"" -' all your possessions with the word Hour." ' -- U7 Elizabeth, after returning from spring vacation, said to her roommate, "Oh, E Mother thinks I've gained so much poise since I've been in Stephens!" -' Her practical-minded roommate retorted, "Huh, all I've gained is avourdupoisf' - E- Mary Stuart said very earnestly in Legislature, "VVe really could have il - large crowd because there are usually enough people at the Water Play to fill the .-lp C pool three times." Then, she wondered why everyone laughed. -- Harriet Eyre has a wonderful system for getting out of Writing letters. She - " forces her roommate to address the envelopes and then scrawls a quivering line with - U' her left hand saying she has sprained her wrist. ' Ln E Fairy Story: Once a woman wrote a book about a boarding school girl who 5 had never climbed out of a window, or played on the basket-ball team, or joined a -, ' sorority. ' U- "Is she lazy?" E "Lazyl VVhy, she puts popcorn in l1er pancake batter to save her the trouble of flipping them. Mary Roberts did file a permission slip to use the bath tub, but when it came to U-I buying a seat in mass meeting she rebelled. ln Found on a Junioris registration card. Question: Give your parent's names. U7 Answer: "Mamma and Papa." U7 Page 206 mer-:mer-nmLf-:HS-3j92T1.11mn.nmu.11m V21-VISIJIS l-V1 TEPHEN5uPHzAU'I 5 1-V1 S I-Vg an 'LV I: y C LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT U' E We of the class of '27, being of as sound mind as could be expected, do on E ... the thirty-first day of May, in the year nineteen hundred twenty-seven, bestow, ... U' will, and bequeath these our prized privileges, eccentricities, and abilities without Ln reservation, to-wit: i . ,- E To Anne Louise Hood, Mary Stuart's talent for steering the Stephens ship A -- 0' state as carefully and as beautifully as Mary has done it. U- To Sybelee Musick, Virginia Shepherdis magisterial robes and forceful ad- E ministration of S. G. D. 1 To Fay Foushee, Isabel Bandy leaves her ability to extract senior privileges from the Board of Deans, and to direct the grave seniors in the path which they U. should tread. II E Marguerite DeHam leaves her peppy inspirations to VVanda Garrard in the '- faith that mass meetings will never be quiet. -UZ' .To Lucy Gillespie and Maxine Barrus, Virginia Judd bequeaths joint owner- N ship in her privilege of crushing or encouraging shy young writers in the cause of a 'n E bigger and better Stephens Standard. - - 1 To Elizabeth Mathewson, Opal Montgomery leaves her unequaled poise and U- leadership in behalf of Phi Theta Kappa. -I-I E To the whole Junior class we leave all privileges of embarrassing next year's juniors, senior steps, senior court. west side of the auditorium, and strict guardian- ,4 ship of the abused sward. To Stephens College, we leave our interpretation of the Ten Ideals, our labors in her behalf, and a steadfast love for our Alma Mater that shall perish only U' M Ll'I I: when the last Stephens "Susie" has sung ':Laudamus Te." --nf , fSignedj Class of Twenty Seven i U' an r: E in IH Ll'1 Page 207 ' mni.l'1u'cz.r"lml.r-lHQ2'Yfl.111J1l.s'1u1u.flu1 -.Q W-W 5"-W5 I-U 'FITEPHENSUPHV-Wu S fl 5 LI-Is' CLASS PR OPHECY Susie was looking Stephens College over before she decided dehnitely whether she wanted to attend school there in the fall. It was the year 1950, and young women of that time had developed an even greater tendency towards displaying "minds of their own" than young ladies of almost a quarter century earlier, when those hoydenish ear bobs were in style, and girls used such expressions as "on account of," "she would," and "she's just that type." The town was all right, she had concluded. Harris' was a fair place to eat. lt had been enlarged and now covered a whole block, and the Quadrangle orchestra had become octangular. She thought the Stephens Campus beautiful, and the country club was perfectly equipped for enjoyment. except that one of the air- planes needed a coat of paint. Mr. VV7ood, well he was still Mr. VVbod, as her mother had described him, joking, smiling, teasing, a friend, a prophet. But there was a question. VVhat of other Stephens girls? Had thev really amounted to so much after they had left Stephens? Mrs. Hopkins laughed in a relieved manner. "VVe'll take a taxi over to the office building and look at the rec- ords of the class of '27," she said. "I believe that was when your mother graduated. VVe,ll see what they've done." From a gloomy vault, Miss Gauntlet lifted a pondrous volume entitled, "Class of '27." The book fell open at a well worn spot. Evidently others had been in- terested in the doings of "Daisy" Alexander and "Aggie" Standley. A photograph showed these two inseparables clad in furs, hockey sticks in hand. "Daisy is head of the Physical Education and Recreational Departments in Nome, Alaska: and Aggie is Daisy's assistant," explained Mrs. Hopkins, leaning over Susie's shoulder. "Ruth fShortyD McCully is a tight rope walker in the Blah and Blats three ring circus. She's one of the principal stock holders in that company, I under- stand." Mrs. Hopkins went on. A page was turned. There was a picture of a ten story building, the Stephens Library. Inserted in a corner was a picture of Frances Stanley. "Frances donated the library,', Mrs. Hopkins said. "She went into business, but her nimble fingers soon typed her way into the heart of an oil magnate, and now she literally rolls in filthy coin." "That beautiful woman is Mary Stuart, who is, as you know, the first woman to be president of the United States. Over here is lone Fowler, her secretary of State, and here is Jo Bennett, the Head of the Treasury Department." Following these important personages, they came upon Virginia Shepherd, the first woman to be Judge of the Supreme Court. Another political light was Mary Louise Bright, National Chairman of the Reformed Womens' Party. "Here," said Mrs. Hopkins turning to the center of the book," is Virginia Judd, who was the Standard editor in '27. Now she is a prominent feature writer for the New York Sun. Isabel Bandy has just published a book of poetry entitled, Spanish Sonnets. Of course, you know Marjorie Lewis, Sylvia Edgington, and Dorothy Bell Morris bought the American Mercury. Marjorie has just finished her set of ten volumes on Hon: to Obtain and Keep a Beta Pin. Page 208 Inu-imu-:mI.r'lH92T1.r-1Lnn.nu1n..mu1 VP'-J" 'ffl-V15 wi TEPHENEUPHIA U-I 5 'fl 5 Iris' "Did any Stephens girls go into big business P" inquired Susie, and Mrs. Hop- kins turned the pages to a full length picture of Edith Mulholland. "She is pres- ident of the Amalgamated Book Binding Company, and is said to be the originator of the most intricate, involved, complicated, and ornate card index system in the world." "Clara Olson has organized and is president of a detective agency that has branches in all parts of the world. She personally has charge of the Russian branch of the service." "A number of Stephens girls have chosen the stage and screen for vocations. Margaret Lain is famous as a male impersonator in vaudeville. Helen Haubert has taken Alice Terry's place in the hearts of screen lovers. Gladys Klopolsky has made a huge success in a Broadway revival of Mother Careys' Chickens, and Fay Mitchell is known from Gotham to Hollywood as the child actress of America. Anita Constant has established a dramatic school in Keokuk, Iowa, and Marjorie DeHam has a dancing school in Kansas City that has already eclipsed the Dennis- Shawn School. Susie next wanted to know what artists Stephens had produced. "W'ell," said the patient Mrs. ,Hopkins, "Here are cartoons by Ruth Starkey who draws for the Denver Post. Mary Fischer was a magazine illustrator of great ability, but she gave up her career to marry a struggling young artist who fell in love with her heavenly brown eyes. Ruth Beardsly is known, not only for her art work, but also for her high diving. Swimming the channel became too tame for Ruth, so she dived off the Statue of Liberty into the Atlantic." "Harriet Brown and Berneice Behm are members of the Metropolitan Opera Clompany of Podunk, Wyoming. They sing the leading roles. Rachael Hair is the directress, accompanist, piano soloist, and sole owner of a huge symphony orchestra in Brushwood, Oklaf' 'fBeezie Walker tried a number of vocations, and at present she is matron in a select reform school for girls. Edgeleth Martin, whose ankles have broken count- less hearts, has prepared a correspondence course on how to acquire physical beauty. Dorothy Conant, editor of the Atlantic Monthly, compiled the book for her. "That's enough," said Susie, "I'm going to come to Stephens, too. But what became of the Miss Haggard, Mamma was always talking about?" "Oh," said Mrs. Hopkins," Miss Haggard has established a branch of Stephens College at Athens in order to educate the Greeks." And then Susie laughed and laughed, because she knew Stephens College had educated a lot of "Greeks" right here in Columbia. A U" i . Page 200 unrriuiu-nmlf-1 HQ9277L.V1u1n.r1mL.r1ux lEl..I'I 5 l.I'l 5 5 LI'-l 5 LQ! F E2 ' "Beautiful ShoestFor Beautiful Girls" i Ui Es ,, Largest Shoe Store in T U- Central Missouri E I ,., at E Columbia, Missouri T E i ii F 1 5 v Y i Y - 3 .. in Superior Shores T II 5 T -' 1 E 4 LEADERS Q ' ' IN T LF Superior Footwear Exquisite Hosiery T E BROADWAY AT STH ST. PHONE 63 C "Where Slioe Fitting Is A Fine Art" V mE2mu1mU1H9QTLnmLnmunm 5 1-V1 51-l7ljTEPHENEUPHlflE-V7 S Ull l I-I l:l l-l l-I l -l l l I I- l I I Il- I Il- fi .' C ri -I if E -' E lf: ': Jlfemorfef 0 f School lvrzkzg E If I: Jlfemorier 0 f Ygleayure ---- 5 H1 -: lm ti? '- f- it Long afternoons, cozy booths, excellent 4 , - X Q -4 l If : food, courteous service, all the little E: I: things that make for pleasant memories. 5 And it's nice to know that when 'ln Ei I: you return for a visit there will always L- ,,, I' he that same old rendezvous, that meet- J E I ing place-just HARRIS, U1 .1 , l LIT .: HARRIS' ,D C, :I MILLARD and SISSON l ' l -Dj' -l ,ln 1-1 -' .Ji r U7 ' LU -I Ill W U d II 11 4 IF ' ! -:li lpl lllllllll-l 1 W' '. i im l Y Page 211 in rn lJ"l to L.r"lillfill2EZ7 Lrriffuz Ln VPU' 'iw-U5 I-Nl TEPHENEUPHIAUT S U7 5 rw' I: Don't you often think of having a spread? Then let us help '- Ul you. Call 207 and ask for Mrs. McBaine and she will help you U' I: select from our kitchen the pies, meats, fancy cheeses, sand- E wiehes, salad dressing and everything else that will make that E spread something different. - i Jacksons Grocery U- E 11 so. 8th C U' ui E P0lly's Diary -' -' Sept. 14. Incoming trains-old friends greeting while bewildered juniors look on U' i in wide eyed wonder. E Sept. 15. Little sisters entertained in the gym by their big sisters. Getting ac- '- quainted is well under way. Sept. 16. Registration is the business of the day. Juniors are rapidly learning In their way about. Q y- ? rr SCOI I 'S .. - . , ' Say zz? Kwzth flowersf LT- BOOK SHOP ' .fl E BERNARDS -L WHERE STEPHENS BUYS THE FLORISTS U- HER s-CHOOL SUPPLIES. U1 Cy 1 . Cut Flowers -' Novelties - Glfts For A11 Occasions U' Stationery - Pictures U-I G ' C d i E reetmg ar S Banquet Flowers U-il 902 BRoAnwAY l Let us serve you al-ways PHONE 2121 919 BDWY' iln W m mu1mu1mu1H92WLnmLnmunm III EP'-U 51-Wi '-Hl'iTtPHtN5uPHnf-x U-1 S ID 5 rig ml E C IC UT LV E STEPHENS GIRLS C U' LH E - ut Will always remember ,jimmie's in after ll E years. Those joyous afternoons spent listen- :E -. ing to music and the CONGENIAL AT- :I U' MOSPHERE which warmed your hearts and in l: made your School life a pleasure. - - Ll"I l L E Those dinners and afternoon rluncheons ll - you enjoyed will ever remind you of those :I LI' "GOOD OLD COLLEGE DAYS." J-I E ... + J g ll'l . . , T fmmze 5 College Inn U- , Ill C 5 I'-gl LFI Page 213 U'l en1.l-1znu"nmLl'lll992'Z!l..rlnJn.nmu.r1uz5. L3 5'-Ui I-VIP tfememauemzfi 1-In 5 1-1-1 E U-'nl-52 THE EXC'Iil'SlVE BARBER SHOP FOR ALL STEPHENS C UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP IF 11 South 9th Street E . .m Read Our Candy Story-lt Will Pay You. The firm of lIOPI'ER-l'OLl..XRD COMPANY buys it 's candies literally by the ton-selling' the people who know our candies I'4'1jlll1'0S Such quantity buying. Within ten weeks this store has sold thirty-foul' .- liundred pounds of LIGGET'l'S. 'ATRY LIGGETTS AND YOU WILL BE SATISFIED." HOPPER-POLLARD DRUG Co. Il Phone 1414 the Rexall Store 907 Broadway V... I I U7 ,, l F' ' Q il 3 719 E. BROADWAY , ,, . W lxfgvi-ACE TU BUY SHOES.. U'l Sept. 19. Civic Association entertains with it's first tm. Just try to find someone on in this campus you llElVCI1yt inet! Sept. 20. VVe attend the Baptist Church in il body led by the f3Clllty :ind the all mighty seniors. U1 Sept. QI. Try-outs are held for Junior Jollics. Home talent has it's day. U7 Page 214 miI'1inlQr'lLrrLr-1HQQ77L.r-lU1l.nmu.nLn UPL-11'i1Lf'f'J'p.TfPHEN5mPHrA U I5 L1 is u as U1 E To find diameter of a circle multiply the circumference by 31831. To find circumference of a circle multiply diameter by 31416. Ui? To find area of a circle multiply square of diameter by .7854. To find surface of a ball multiply square of diameter by 31416. E To find side of an equal square multiply the diameter by .8862 -' To find cubic inches in a ball multiply the diameter by 5346. U- Doubling the diameter of a pipe increases its capacity four times. E One cubic foot of anthracite coal weighs about 53 pounds. One cubic foot of bituminous coal Weight from 47 to 50 pounds. 1-v ll- E A gallon of Water CU. S. Standardj Weighs SM, pounds and contains 231 cubic inches. There are nine square feet of heating surface to each square foot of grate surface. U' C - A cubic weighs 622 foot of Water contains 'YZ gallons, 1,728 cubic inches and pounds. Each nominal horse power of a boiler requires 30 to 35 pounds of U1 lf Water per hour. To sharpen dull. files lay them in diluted sulphuric acid until they are eaten en ough. A horse power is equivalent to raising 33,000 lbs. one foot per U' E minute, or 5 50 lbs. one foot per second. t' f coal for steam boilers is 12 lbs. per hour The average consump ion o for each square foot' of grate surface. Q-Q Ll' E To find the pressure in pounds per square inch of a co lumn of water, multiply the height of the column in feet by .434. Steam rising from water at its boiling point Q212 degreesj has a A pressure equal to the atmosphere Q14.7 lbs. to the square inchj. li: C DORN-CLGNEY LAUNDRY - 8: DRY CLEANING LF1 Phone 114 U-I. Page 215 lrl.1"lml.f'lLu!.1'1ll9QTLFlUlL.V1mu.mu1 UPL-V' El-'75 '-V' TEPHENEUPHIA U7 5 U7 5 U-16' Sept. 244. We all don our company manners and set out for the church parties A different denomination entertains in each hall-take your choice. Sept. 27. Everything is in favor of a barbecue except the weather. All disappointed and we've decided mother nature is against us. Sept. 29. Vespers is conducted by Sigma Gamma Gamma and we hear some good music. EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK Will Appreciate Your Business VVhether Your Account Be Large or Small. Just Give Us A Trial. THE HERALD-STATESMAN PUBLISHING Co. STATIONERY Eaton's best paper in the fancy box or pound style, all with envelopes to match. PRINTING Anything from the smallest job to the big book. Offers For Your Selection PARTY GOODS Tallies, Place cards Bridge sets, Favors and Playing cards. Greeting Cards for every occasion EMBOSSING of Fraternity or Sor- ority crests or initial monograms. GIFTS hflottoes, Calendars, Line a Day's Pen Sets, Leather compacts. EN GRAVING VVedding Announce- ments, Invitations, Calling cards, and any commercial en- graving. THE HERALD-STATESMAN PUBLISHING Co. Samples sent-Mail orders given Virginia Building - Columbia., Missouri Page 216 un1.1'ImI.r-lIrrr.l-lll9Q77Lr'1IJ11..nmI.rI QTGCK QQOM l. lVe ifwiie you lo visit our New H ome f ET16Vv1'f,6i 71 gf for the School and the Library ll..-l Z l ,Z L TAN DEP I. TEXT BCXDK DEPT "Ours is the trade that is service made." HSSO RI GRE Opposite I'l1iv01'sity Librzlry Columbia Missouri Page 217 C U1 1 Vyl..I'l ELITE l.i'Ip TEpHEN5Upl-HA IJ-I E LI-l 5 II-1551 Oct. 3 I E- At the Y. W. C. A. candle lighting "' UI service tonight many were initiated. U7 E C Oct- 4 Think I U- Hi-Beta Steppo stunt night has its ef- - I . . U' fect on our appetites. Our knives and of the E peas aren't conducive to healthy eating. E -v After dinner the Juniors perform and Sensible Rates -1 become members of this worthy organiza- U- tion h U-l E - att e In Oct. 15 J Curtain raiscrs make their debut in the -H U-I auditorium with three plays. We fore- HOTEL COLUNIBIAN ' E see good entertainment for the coming - COL MBIA M1 yearn U , ssouiu X LV J' E .... ,4 1. ...- UI It E -- -..- U' J' E DAVIS COAL COMPANY 5 1- i LP Ln E Dealers In The Best Grades - A Illinois Coal lf ui 10 Ash Street Opposite Wabash R. R. i U" I in I ui Page 218 mu.:-xml.:-nLnr.Flll9Q'W 1.f'1u1L.nm1.mu1 .w . , U-I . VPUT51-V1'il-1'll iEPHtN5UPHrA U7 5 U7 S Fw i ffl Ul Young' Lady,- """ , . . . U' Xou will be delighted with the rare quality and clestinetiveness of the oder of ,QE Fiancee, Kziress, or Vie Gay. Wie keep "' a complete stock and solicit your patron- vt if age. Yours truly, U- E THE DRUG SHOP, E E W. C. Knight, Prop. - U'l E Oct. 17. Fie on snoopy seniors! Juniors :ire lmewuiling the loss of their song. X ,... U' Oct. 20. Junior meeting held in which the class officers 'ire elected. E Oct. 30. Sorority bids are out. H:xllowc'en celebrations :ire heightening the en- - thusiasm. ' UH Nov. 12. The Junior class presents it's pride :ind joy. The .lollies were il huge sue i J-I C cess. lVe had a delightful tour abroad the good bout Jollies. ' , . Il 5 V -i Phone "Two Seven Oh" 1 U' . Il C , - F in C 4 NXZXDKET 1 lfl 'LH E 1 Established 18933 i 14 U-l i U'l ... 909 Broadway UH' l - in P '11gf21v il- Win tri ifltl'-lLV'l 1.1-1H9?2W i..r'iUi ui :ln tn VPLFI 5'-W5 UW TtPHEN5UPH1AI'-fl 5 'fl 5 Us B C 1-J In "YOUR WORK IS BEAUTIFUL" Ll' C A Comment paid us by particular Stephens Girls V ET- lf J. GUY MCQUITTY U' C "Quick Printer" E ...Q Phone 2249 , Odd Fellows Bldg. -1 U' Ul E , UQ .XV - -' 1 - . ,S ' - . I 3 . .I , , .. I , , -, ',,y1xafv-.-:.:f.,f- ,-'s--".:,1- X V... .e.i ,t -og A 'it L Q Means LV n C ... e J U7 Ji E .. -h Nov. 15. 3 U' This starts a week of careful cal- STOWE PHARMACY orie counting. After this scientific eat- PHONE 49 fl E Eng caijriopaign we ought to all take on '- X esira e proportions. n " Montags Stationery U' in C NOV' 22' Crane's Candy . Red Riding Hood, Cinderellas, and ... Little Boy Blue are all out for the Story U- Book Ball. Hi-Beta surely knows how to entertain. " -" Nov. 25. U7 This is a big day for our class spirit. Seniors win the hockey game by one point after a hard struggle. Food, food Page 220 Imported Novelties Drugs Sundries 9 I4 BROADVS AY Ill Ul U7 i WUTWUTWUTHQQWLDMLDMLDM ELI' SUE 1-HICITEPHENEUPHQAIU-I S lfw S wg -9 U1 u' E C lf' U' 5 II 1. U' The Latest In Photography U1 E 1' - I U' I1 E e PARSONS STUDIO '- - I LV an , r E t .. - J U-I 'II If. , " BI Consistent With Good Taste lj! J 1- E .- m I 5 RED PAISLEY LV uw E 5 Q 5 uw 5lr1LJ'1mLr-lLmr.F1HQQFZf1.r1Lnn.r1mL.ji1T'tn5 TEPHENIEUPHPA U7 -I U-l 5 U70 ' I 2555222 F CQUNTRY TRIPS ' I 491 CAB CO. EH lWLD5LH3Jl SD E W y THE fl: FROCK SHOP 7' Invites You U' SERVICE OUR MOTTO S Open Day and Night. E MRS- E- H' JINCHER Regular Bus Excursions. I . Special Bus Trips. 7 ,,, Corner Locust 8: Hitt U' Qifi!i!i!E -" VVHERE ALL STEPHENS Our Sanitary Bakery will always supply U- BUYS HER FRUITS your daily needs with fresh tasty bread and pastries. VVe are here to serve l: UNIVERSITY FRUIT co. you. -Ui Fresh Fruits Of All MODEL BAKERY E The Seasons PHONE H64 U'l Ill' E To Get Snappy Froeks, Coats, and Suits for Classrooin, X4 Dinner and Evening Wear ,fro to THE STANDARD 'U MERCANTILE COMPANY, Where Style, Quality and l: Price Predominate. U' 'E THE STANDARD IVIERCANTILE CO. E A :lfl - , Page 222 mu1mu1mU7H9QWLnmLnmnnm W-ITEM-Wi I-Til TEPHEWEUPHIASUT S lfi E p A A iff' H ,, ROLLINS " LH SILK HOSIERY U. TRANSFER AND STORAGE C "Style Witliotit Extra vagance ' 7 ,lm COMPANY 'Ui E J ACKSONS "Featuring Service" Q17 Brmdwiw E U' in E A .... cvcrywhcreslots more than we can eat! ' U-A Dec. 13. Santa is on his way and we soon will be. Carollcrs are hard at work, One X can always hear a Cliristmas song floating about these nights. Il Dec. 1-1-. In the auditorium tonight we have our Yule Log service and each hall vies -' f0I' l10I10l'S HS SOI1gStC1'S. Dec. 15. .lust try to study-oh, these last few days how they drag. A real Xmas 'J-I E tree and a party in each hall. 1: .J lj Ul Il E .... .. "FROZEN GOLD" j if in E ICE CREAM ,- "' Has won a place in the hearts of Stephens College Girls- U It is gratifying to us to know that they choose tl1e places Lil EI where FROZEN GOLD is served and we appreciate it. p Un Am.: Amir im 1: N i1EE...U,CUHP L' Mucens OF ,.. ., mon: "' - 561: 'J' 7 A ' G". it e Ll-l ' I U'-I COLUMBIA'S FIN ST ICE .CREAM lm I U-1 ' Pure 22 Q , lfll.l'lll'lLl"lLVll.l-+lHE1DQWl.l'lUll.fllIILiI'l-Lll LJTI '51 I I I F VP 5 L-V' TEPHENIBUPHIA U-I 5 U-l 5 10" U1 On the WAY down stop at . ' I: WAYLANDS Bowling Lumber Co. Established 1865 -v On the WAY back stop at Us WAYLANDS "If you can drive nails in it, we have it." E The Por CORN Man. PHONE 2 STH 8: CHERRY - At the Recreation Room Cor. Q U, H. Q COLUMBIA DAILY TRIBUNE Vanity Fair U.. FULL LEASED WIRE FOR ASSOCIATED Ladies do not fear to put pleats in your PRESS SERVICE. vvdfessesf d t , H k. d of I: COMPLETE LOCAL SERVICE lfrfisfsfepare to Pu "' a In S University-Colleges City-County Stories, Comics, Fashions and many Box pleats, knife pleats, Do not despair, One piece, two piece, straight line or Hare. U. other features' Make your gowns in the style E Special Student Rater you like best, and bring them S125 per semester to us. We'll keep them well ' ' pressed. STH SOUTH 9'rH. U'l E 'Y GOOD ENTERTAINMENT ALWAYS U' E -4 HALL, COLUMBIA and CozY THEATERS LF I: U' C Dec. 16. Home Sweet Home is our national anthem today. - Jan. 4-. Many firm resolutions come back with us. How .long will they last? U7 J an. 9. With cup in hand we attend the first of many Civic Association teas. Jan. 10. Much ado about nothing! War is on and we are ready to leave on the next train for Mexico. We havn't been taking home nursing for nothing U'I Page 224 Inu-lint:-lLnf.1f1 HSDQYILI-I1Jll..nmi.r1u1 A ,T.,, A..A, A WJEUWUWummmMUT1USfw I C' 2 THE DANIEL BOONE TAVERN LV -H 157 Rooms-90 Baths 'E lf' COFFEE sHoP AND CAFE 1 U- E Exclusive Popular Luxurious E W E -1 Jan. 16. The Junior Class has a dance in the gym. U- Jan. 19. The public speaking contest is on and we find many Patrich Henryis in E in our Midst. I 1 .- ... Jan. 21. All aboard! YVe're off for Chicago 400 strong. "The Vagabond King" ij U' and Grand Opera are on our itinerary. in E Jan. 23. We return with many tales to tell and press notices to read. 1..- U'l 1 E 1 fl .. 1870 1927 3 U' Il E .. Q- U' tn C! Has served the people of Central Missouri for -' fifty-seven years and has established a reputa- U- tion for fair dealing and reliability. In E U7 "The House Devoted to M asia" U-1 U.: y 1 U1 Page 21: lI1l.l"llI'llJ'7LV1LlsIH3Q77l..I'lUlL.I'lU1L.ll1'!zIl W-I1 'il-Ui LH TEPHENEUFHIA UW E 1-1-1 5 WS . C LH THE GEM DRUG SHOP E E Known The Town Over For Its C -D PROMPT SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT I U-Q FINE STATIONERY 1 KEENLEYlS CHOCOLATE G E The Stephens College Drug Store A E Ph ' ...Q ' ' ' ' -t one 17 CN-mv ag W fry, 1 ee Delixeig .., ,HM , rid, . -, U- -X-'Z-W-N.-.-..,. i T 11o'T'T::.f::.-::.1:,.:fQ-f--""" or A LTI E Jan. 26. A fashion show is put on by the clothing department. Betsy Ross had iq- -, nothing on us. A - U- Jan. bother-this registration business. Oh, for a school without majors E and rfiinors. - - , on . ""' -' Feb. 1. WVe're collegiate, so we call it, relaxing instead' of napping. Anyway, for ,- Us an hour after lunch we sleep and light bell doesn't ring until eleven I C o'clock. 4 '1 e I UI ACTION MEANS MORE THAN WORDS .VT E . ..- Promises are easily made. They are just as easily broken. It was if - Lincoln who said to the lip-service man: 4'What you do speaks so loudly U' I cannot hear what you say." It's a good thing to know what we are talking about and to say what we are going to do. ffm gf' E It 's still better, to do whatmwc '. . A do and to say ,a J If .4 little about it as possible. Otherwise we are apt et our word' get . ... in the way of our action. ,X ' ' ru U , . U-I NVQ are so busy here 1H to make this .' a place where E people can come and s with utmost co ' ce in knowledge that il what they buy is the st that n procure at the price paid, that ""' we donlt have time to say very much about ourselves. Us NVQ would rather let our good friends talk about us. They all know In E they aren't taking a chance in recommending, A I 0 ,M--4 ' n - U" in f. Ii 'Kean i, ' H .. -"""' ' 1- ., H W ,.,,..,-- in Q we U1 'Ni lg up .f Pageggfs mu-imu-aml.r'u ll92Wl...r'1un1.r1mu..mtn .ff ,ff 151.51 'jL.I'l5 Lnirgpg-q5N5gpHgAu-1 5 LI-1 5 Lf-as Stephens Girls oi Yesterday and Today-H Have found a banking place at the Boone County Trust Company. For more than a decade they have used this institution to care for their funds. Then and now they have been given a service of friendship and close personal interests. They find today at the Boone County Trust Company a vvoman's department in charge of college Women who know their needs and problems - - who know and serve their best interests. This best explains Why an increasing number of ,Stephens Girls bring their Accounts here. A SERVICE BUILT INSTITUTION BOONE COUNTY TRUST CO Columbia, Missouri UT 1n1.1T1InIj1Lmr.r'illf3T27!n..I'1u11.s1m1.nu1 III 5 I ... WLM UTUD mwmmwmUuSU1SL U1 H'P We Print The Best Family Flour C R d PERIODICALS - 6 I Zng PROGRAMS-PLACARDS The Best Poultry Feed PAMPHLETS-POSTERS UT Manufactured by RIDGEWAY PUBLISHING CO. E BooNE COUNTY MILLING , 8 ELEVATOR COMPANY Just across from the P. O. '-' Columbia, Missouri. If E Feb. 8. Stephensophia has a clever stunt in mass meeting and we all decide to buy ... a book. Feb. 11. Our campus is invaded by many queer creatures. A bearded lady emerges E from a room and goes down the hall to meet the fat lady. Together they go forth to meet Hell Day. 1. U' Feb. 16. VVe are proud of our dramatic department always, but especially so after seeing "The Valientu in mass meeting. U'l I: MUNSING HOSIERY IT. GOTHAM GOLD STRIPE E HUMMING BIRD HOSIERY U- FRENCH GINGHAM h CHENEY SILKS E SKINNER SILKS The Sfor 5ra 'M ,C iQ' e VIRGINIA GLOVES U' E MUNSING WEAR "' WARNER coRsETs U-I HYLASS FACE vE1Ls I Page 228 I WUTWUTWUDHSQWLDMLDWLDM 1 Ji. - rw 777.7 E I L 1 VI 51 Fl VP 5 l.l1 TEPHEN5gpHp,q LJ-I E Lffl 5 LJ-IQ' 1 L 4 ln "Buchroede1's Better Built Badges" E 5: J. A. BUCHROEDER 85 COMPANY E D Fraternity Jewelers U' Designers of fine jewelry, class rings, pins and badges, - E also exclusive designers of all college and university U' jewelry. STATIONERY FAVORS BAR PINS E -L PROGRAMS PLACQUES BRACELETS I ANNOUNCEMENTS ' DORINES "" U' LTI E Feb. 17. VVhistler's "Mother" is presented in vespers tonight. - .I-Fl Feb. 22. Thanks to George Washington we have cherry pie a la' mode for dinner- X so we're all happy. E Feb. 23. Another artistic presentation in vespers this evening. VVe have Millet's ... Angelus. 3 U- Feb. 27. Many mothers are made happy when Phi Theta Kappa initiates today. In U1 ff E COLUMBIA FLORAL COMPANY - - BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS 3 Ui '4Cut Fresh every day for you!" -I-I 16 So. 9th Phone 366 in U' Ln II ui ESTAES-PARKS U1 E I The House of Fashion -UL-I ALWAYS THE NEWEST AND SMARTEST In FASHIONS Ul in Page 229 ln1.l'1mu-wwf.:-uH?Jj?2Tn.r1u1l.nmu.mu1. Q97 C 1. VI '51 ru I n VP . 5 .TEPHENIEUPHIA U-I S 1-I-1 5 we H. J. SELLMYER UNI JUST YOU! Produce Co. t: M . . , ere lllcenesses meaninothmg to Wholgjale dmle,-J m your friends-Your picture must '-' have that elusive thing called FRUITS AND VEGETABLES lr 1'PERso's1AL1TY" AND E WESLEY BYLAc,KM0RE COMIVHSSION MERCHANTS -L 835 NORTH 3RD ST. Louis lf 'A E LV Gifts for the Folks af Home Columbiafs Leading Gift Shop A complete assortment of gifts for every member We furnished Columbia, Wood, and South Halls PARKER FURNITURE COMPANY 28. Bifr re arations for the Junior "Prom" are under wav. Siunin ' up to . 5 8 1 dates and enumerable plans all about us. . 8. Howard Therinan spoke to us in our usual Tuesday mass meeting. for . 12. Big work keeping suspicious seniors from discovering the plan of decora- . l-1-. The big day is at hand. The Prom is a huge success. It's remarkable what a circus tent and a chrystal ball can do for a gymnasium. lf U' C ... of the family. U'l l: .. for Stephens College. LV E U... l- li: Feb. E 1 Mar Ll-l hlar tion for the "Prom." Mar ln. Page 230 1nLr1m1.r-nmr.r-IH-Q'ZZL.r1u1I.nmL.rru1 PCL-fl 5 1-fi 'E' I-HIWTEPHENEUPHIAII-W E 1-V1 E ww S F E, E E 5 C E POP CORN POPPERS Ui E C U-Q CURLINC IRONS SMOOTHINC IRONS .1 P LVI E i - .J U' n II '- E , JOHN L. PLATT 3 L I E1 THE ELECTRIC SHOP "' V - 3 g H UI 1 5 PU I: BOUDOIR LAMPS PARCHMENT SHADES E E C 5 TOASTERS E Page221 5lI'!Ll'1U'lLI"lLf7!.f'I H9QWm.Vru1l.s'muu.r1 U1 E1 'AT' vp 1.1 51-D5 1-Hi JTEPHENEUFHIA UW S U1 5 we Mar. 17. St. Pat rules the day. Everything worked out in green-even our dinner. U1 Mar. 21. First of the Junior-Senior basket ball games Juniors are victorious! U' I: Mar. 22. Again the Juniors and Seniors meet on The court. The Seniors have their C -D taste of victory. U- Mar. 23. 'Ilhe final and decisive game! By winning the third game the Juniors win Up E the tournament! ' E U' LVI E PECKS DRUG COMPANY -. COLUMBIA'S LEADING DRUP SHOP Y U' .FI E Fifty-One Years Old - W WHITMAN 'S and MRS. STOVERYS BUNGALOVW CANDIES 3 U' 4 The Place Where You Can Get It. -I-I U7 LH J., GOLDMAN'S DRY GOODS j 441 J J J-I E Columbia, Missouri '- ll-V Complete Outfitters to Women lI'I I: r -- i MILLINERY DRY GOODS U-I C READY-TO-WEAR U-I SHOES ln .U'l 2 U1 Q Page 232 intl-lmu-lmLr-111532771-f1mn.nmi.n1u1 Serves all t e fgkfig B l est C1119 111 klah e ma andTeXdS tm co 115 wa alfa ,W 5 f 'Wm lf Q 296 ' Q 5 Bartlesvzlle fl 0 N11 1 J Umm gi KJ: ee flf MA B 'false om-A s oldalw ff' oxdh u 'fC'1""L li-Q W. 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K ,via , , VP -5 I-rl IEPHEWEUPHIA Ui 5 U-l 5 L S C , -4 ' That Everlasting B S A d If eAure H Atmosphere of Politeness l E A XVHYS And H ' F 1 B ttl . -t at 6 T 0 es The Last Word in Sanitation U-1 C 0 C I Means X 000' 0 ll E The Oak Barber Shop In Your Ice Box. I3 NO. 9TH C. US. U' PRATHERS McALLISTERS MARKET I AND DEI-ICATESSEN U- DRUG SHOP E Make this store your head- Where Stephens meets and eats. quarters for the things a good E: A COMPLETE STOCK IN TOILET Goons. Spread needs to be different- E THE BEST IN DRUGS, 10TH AND BROADWAY LVI Q Mar. 25. Spring Vacation is on. Hat boxes and good byes much in evidence. VVe re If all off for a rest-maybe. E Mar. 29: Back again, new spring' clothes flashing about us. Only two more months , now and we resolve to make the very best of them. LII U- TIES, SHIRTS, SWEATERS, AND SLICKERS E FOR THE COLLEGE GIRLS. ., The latest in style and color can always be found here. LI'l VICTOR BARTH CLOTHING Co. The Big Glothers UI Page 2 34 nnLV'1mu-1LnLV'lHf5D92'Y7l.1'1U11-nmrmui ...sm..L T L L P .. VP'-V' 51-V151-VII itPHtN5mPHrA 1-VW 2 if 5 was .m WWTTTA XR E C .sl C -it 51 i ' i-Mill? - - 1 ff'-11-.-:W L -- if UN E In X w ill , lu E -. fi as 5 '2" 1 - U- ll-l r- i x iii o r e -- -' if i'VWse'lli'avelers 3 Un , flll- 1 th . 1 i X wg L p Nw A boa erat the sign of the II 'I sualirwainzue 5 u lmmwd' in E ODAY as never before experienced travelers l -' -- appreciate those luxuries which have made the LH Wabash "Banner Blue Limited" so popular. J-I 1: Q - 390 Minutes 3 .' o if St. Louis fl O .1 5 to Chicago 5 Q- It's trul the train of trains-enameled in deep banner blue and old - Y . . , , . . g U l -luxurious observation, parlor, dining ot chair cars-private loung- U1 E ing room for women. Attentive service that's true blue, too. Use this Hne train next time you Other Wabash service, St. Louis ' 1 3' go to Chicago. Leaves St. Louis to Chic:1goinclucles"The Midnight i -' Union Station 12:20 noon, arrives Limited"-the fast night train. l U' ' Chicago-Englewood,6:32 pm., 47th Leaves St. Louis 12:05 midnight. St.,6:37pm.,Dearborn Sta.,6:50 pm. Other trains at convenient hours. in C Ask any Wabash Representative for particulars. 1 H. E. VVATTS, Pass. Agent Trathc lNfIgr,, St. Louis. U-W ""-M-f -M-ww L l m QV Gb 0511 W L m lfl ll I U1 Il PIIIQV' 25-5 WU7WU7WUTH9QWLNMLDMLDM-j W A , ,.,- ,,,, ,, M...-. , Y l I l El Cl LV' 2-U 'ffl-D52 L-f1l5tEPHEN5UPHzA U7 SUT 5 We Ulf , n 2? ', l 5 ,L 1. 7 " EI, W F , " 3 - l A L -j NEW YORK l C'reations especially clesignecl for "" our youthful patrons, irresistubly M t youthful and eorresponrlingly be- ... coming, are waiting for YOU in our French Room. Bdwy. at Hitt. I ..... 1 4 U'l I i l Mar. 30. A called mass meeting and Dr. Sutton talked to us on skin diseases 'md tigers, mostly tigers. Mar. 31. C':1mpaign week at last. Every tree ins i owner. 'e a i in :1 in v's l t X s r P t He rw ll6'1'C,S your chance. Stump speeches after every meal. Apr. 1. An appropriate day for campaign , . . . ' speeches. Illus is formal night and each candidate makes her debut in mass meeting. Hi-Beta April fools us with :i dance in the gym. Apr. Q, 3, bl-. "Tag your it." Last time I Counted I had fifteen tags, and anyway you vote LEVY'S A SHOES, AND HOSIERY For The College Miss lf' , Er "A Step Ahead In Stylev f UT, LEVY'S QUALITY FOOTWEAR Ulf 7 Pqge 236 lI'lJ"lilfll.l-'lLf'll.l'-IH9Q'WLl'lUlI.f.mlflUll.J7LP A NA TION' WIDE llVS777'U770N- i o Q Y Q "where savzngs are greatest" T08 lii-oaclwaly Ciilllllllllil, Missouri You Cilllvt miss it. I give up! Apr. 5. The big day l1:1s :xrrivr-cl. No c':1111p:1igni11g witl1i11 iiftx-Q11 fx-vt of tlle polls. Mass 11lt':'lIiIlgI tonight and it's all out. A COIlg'l0lll0l'2ltl0Il of co11gr:1t11l:1- - ' , ' , Y . ,I tions :xml l11lICll CXC'ltl'lIlfI1tl Wim' :ire proud of our nuw oflieers. Apr. 6. YVQ dress formally ttllllgllt in lionor of Pres. Yl'oorls ri-turn :md tlie' :1r1'i1':1l of Miss Nellie Lee Holt from ln-r trip :xround tlic world. SID CONDIT l 1 l l Distributor of College Supplies Furnisher of STEPHENS CROCKERY A Trial Order Will Convince You of Our Unequaled Service and Quality. 1 208 South Ohio Sllflilllili Mo. Page 2 37 f I i i , l L ..,...i l7pl..l'I 'inni :Jul T5pH5N5UpHg,q LJ-I 5 1.1-l 5 17351 U1 CHARMING HATS FOR Exclusive Miiiinery U- I: STEPHENS GIRLS and E' At The Novelties U1 HVOGUE HAT SHOPPE at the UP E 18 S 9th St WOMEN'S EXCHANGE C U' Ul L A - 1 M MISSOURI TRANSIT CO. Ll' Bus Schedules E To Jefferson City: - LV, 8 au ml: 1 ps mb, 5 pl m' WVATCHES Sa DIAMONDS 3 U' To Fulton: JEWELRY -H E Lv. 8 a. m., 1 p. m., 5 p. m. - UW in E 1- MARINELLO BEAUTY SHOPPE J U. A All ' MISS GLADYS HENDRICH, Mgr. Il E Broadway at 10th -' In Style Shop Phone 535 LI' U'l I-z U' Apr. 8. The Rhythm Review is given tonight and every one liked it. VVe have many WU-I C Pavlowas in the making. Apr. 9. The usual Saturday night dance was held in the "rec room tonight. U-I Apr. 10. Today is Palm Sunday and Leonardo da Vincies "Last Supperu is presented Ln in Burrall Bible Class. Apr. 11. This day starts the Personal Grooming VVeek. Itls the little things that U-I U'l Page 238 lm.11u1z.f"nLn1.V'Ill992'W1.i'rnJ1n.mm1.r1m l v2L.r15L.f15L.rJTgpH5N5gpHyiLr'15iJ'1E5uV1gy U1 count and now weire striving for well ' groomed girls. In the Little Theatre l: Miss LaSalle talked on "Colors for Dif- 1 ferent Typesf' I lf? HARREL Sc SON Apr. 12. I Miss Holt addressed us for thi: first time since her return on the cmaneipzi- ... tion of the American woman. YVQ are lookinfr forward to many more such in- U- Cleaners tercstihg talks. E Apr. 13. F. ' "The Boy lVho Discovered Faster" Un A 1 was presented by the dramatic, depart- C 13 bo- W1 P110110 381 ment in vespers tonight. 1 Apr. 14. U' Miss Mygdal talks to us about 'Tos- U1 z -- Safety and Service LV fi K Mother may we d We Welcome Your ' "" 95 U. Account have more? E Whether Large W .. or Small U., CENTRAL DAIRY I: BOONE COUNTY -- NATIONAL BANK U7 , R. B. PRICE, l'rf'5izient U7 Ice Cream Page 239 WU7WU7WUTH9QTLHmLHmpDM ' I I I so I A Columbia. Owned Food Store. I Always F1'io11rlly To STI-pllm-11s Vollvgo Stumlvrlts. TAVERN DRUG STQRE I Exulusivo Agvnts For: I o11.1:1c1:'1's C'11o1'o11A'1'1ss ,ILITSY 11111111 l',xN1J11cs ,11111Z,x1:1c'1'11 ,x11l11+1N 'ro1L1+1'1' Ac'c'1+1sso1z11+1s I I A AA -AAA AAA AAAA AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAJI I PARSON SISTERS ' Beauty Parlor l,ll1JllC 795 1005 l51'omlwa1.Y -k - I turn: :md Itls l'll'l'c'ct on Dress." YVQ are still gI'00II1lUgl Apr. 15. All out to sec tllc Iflzxculty 'l':1lin--Off. Hurry faculty l1lCIlll3Cl' mvcts lwr Apr. Apr. Page double. 16. The Athletic Association at it's llc-st. The circus is :xll tllf'l't', soda pop. balloons :md Cl0W'IlS,fCVl'll :1 saw dust ring. 17. The musiczxl faculty m'ntc1't:1im'cl in the :luditorium for those who 4-:xrcrl to lu-nr good music. Easter baske-ts :md lll1IlIllCS :xro scuttc-rccl t'VCTyXVllCI't'. Vespcr singing on tllc C'rllllPllS. 240 Apr. 20. Miss Holt spoke i11 vvspm-1's YVQ- lt"l1'Y1l'fl soi ' ' . . . nctliiug of vespcr hours in other lands. A Jr. 22. Dr. K?lX'Jll1t'll s woke i11 il culli-cl 111:1ss 111eeti11w'. ,Xec-111'rli111f to l1i111. Nun l P" P' ugly girl is il sin but :1 tlun one is il CY'Il1lt'. All Steplivris turns out im Mrs. lVillis' ten this zifternooii. The pre'sc11t:1tion 'iTl1e Cliilzlrvu Oi The Moon" i'l7lllI3lCt1'S :1 full dmv. BOSWELL'S DRY GOODS ANI? ,READY TU NYEAH 11107-101151 Ilrozulwzly l'll'Ulll iliv Svllool Girl U 111' Miss To 'l'fxflz1V WOLFF BERGERS 1'lNlJtQl1il19 lk 1 o 1 mous 1 SMAI1 I' Gold Stripe Silk Hose Dresses Millinerv Dry Goods and Notions Onyx Pointex Silk Hose . Coats WOLFF-BURGER COMPANY BROADXVAY AT NINT I-I X , ,l Pagz' 241 -- C V m E lf' in W-V' 'il-F15 I-U Tier-nEN5mPHrAUW 5 'IW E I-Us If H -- IH Development of womanhood is the basis program at Stephens Junior' I E College. The curriculum includes subject-matter which not only develops ideals but which also aids the modern young woman to meet her problems C -. in the home, in the community, and in business. U' In accordance with the educational plan, Stephens has established a U- Riding Academy, where the students may master a recreational activity E' which may be carried on after leaving' college. E The country club, added to the college plant this year, will furnish U- a setting: in which the students may entertain friends as they will, later, 4 in their own homes. 1... LV li .-Q -..- Um rl C i U' . .V E - l i 1. U7 ii E -- .. A VIEW OF THE STEPHENSCOLLEGE COUNTRY - ,., CLUB GROUNDS. If F E .. ..- U7 LI'I CoLUM131.x HALL. 'fl in HGZmu1mU1H92TLnmLnmUnm W-I1 51-V15 I-H g TEPHENBUPHIA S U7 5 IDS 27. "Smilin' Through," thats our Seniors tonight. The senior play was quite LV! EI Apr. Apr. Apr. E Apr. lf- Apr. Apr. Il' If May U. May C -- May LH E E May May 19. Chi Delta Phi puts forth this issue of the Standard. It's contents of poems do justice to any literary group. 2-1-. Miss Holt, the speaker in Burrall Class, told us of the purpose of education. 25. Pan-Hellenic comes to the front with a formal dance in the gym. The gym was transformed into fl moonlight garden. 27. After vespers tonight we had singing on the steps Hi-Beta Steppo elects. Fun for next year! 28. Election of oHicers for Campus Service Division. Much is expected of such good workers. 29. The inter-hall glee club contest held in the auditorium tonight and we tind out what our house mates can really do. This exciting event ends with Columbia Hall retaining the much sought cup. The Faculty are en- tertained aboard the "Good Ship Senior," with a formal dance. 1. Beauty-queen of all. The crowning of the ivy queen is a picturesque event, one long to be remembered. 6. Our campus is very beautiful these last spring days and every one is very busy. It won't be long now. 8. This week-end we're enjoying many visiting mothers. VVe try to show our appreciation of our guests by a series of events. A musical tea is one event on our entertainment programme for today. 25. The last VVednesday vesper service is held for our seniors. A farewell to two happy years of Stephens life and good bye to our Juniors. E successful. Fitting of the last dramatic production of the year. ..L Caps and gowns! At last the goal is reached. Proof of mightiness, the height of Stephensdom, these dignified black robes. LVI LF E All ye Juniors! Rally 'round and register for next year. Oh, what a life! -4 May 28. The annual water play was an event of today. Oh joy of rapture, the I ll' the Stephensophia is out and there is a wild scramble of pages to see the Ten-Ideal section. Fountain pens flourishing. ' U'l May 29. This is the day on which we have the baccalaureate sermon. Seniors feel the fullest appreciation for school, with all it's cuts and call downs. U'I May 30. Class Day. Final events before the close of a busy and most successful year at Stephens College. May 31. Teary farewells mark the seventieth annual Commencement. Seniors- U-' "Safe now, in the wide, wide world." Page 243 i WUTWUTWUTH-QWLDMLDMLDMC ..- LH U'l Page 244 gui 5141-15 l.l'lET5pH5N5gPHgA 1.1'1 5 Ll-'l 5 ln If ff AUTOGRAPHS FE U' LV E lc E E E - -. Q1 ur in E - - ,g QI lr n E r- .. Cl U7 'n E 1 - fl U' II E .- + J E an .J 5 U' IJ'I E 5 'Q 3 U7 U1 Page 245 5 mu1mu1wU1H9?7LDwLHwLPw gz ui 's 11 -a i S .3 A 'e fi 1 ,.,., , , ..,A , , I ,nq , x, , , , .A ,. 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