Stephens College - Stephensophia Yearbook (Columbia, MO)

 - Class of 1942

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Jjifg, 'fl I .11 .pl ggi: j+LLii9vf -ww.. -17,131 Fg,,j3q,.svAg r',,?',iVlAIJf fy-will -Z up-' pf fy' f 34, I,--' ,Jr yr, ,-' ,A V f.v:!'y 'figgiria if fri' 'i'd"" rg: 'i ' iv 'Y ' ' " Putting into practice the progressive educational ideas which hold such an dominant place in his own mind has been the aim of President James Madison Wood for the past thirty years. It is under his leadership and guidance that Stephens has grown and developed from the small college it was to the well-equipped insti- tution of today. President Wood's intensive interest in other people has given him an unusual insight into the Worries and problems of others, and it is because of this that so many girls seek the advice and encouragement he so readily offers. To all of us who admire and love him, it is President Wood himself who exemplifies the Good Life which is found here at Stephens. 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"I deal with the unimportant problems of the student, for I feel that the important crises which arise will 'take care of themselves," asserts our very practical Dean Shofstall, in explanation of his work. These "unimportant" problems include not only the advisory system, educational guidance, a11d constant experiments with new ideas, but also the assist- ing of the individual girls in the attainment of harmonious adjustments and cnviromnents. Through friendly discussions, he helps to solve many difficulties, some of them no doubt insignificant, but exceed- ingly important to the girl who needs help. Because he is so unassuming and understanding, his waiting room is constantly crowded with girls in need of counsel. DEAN JCI-INSCDN Serving in the capacity of both Librarian and Dean of Instruction, is friendly Dean Johnson. Because he believes that nothing contributes more to scholarship than the realiza- tion of what a good book has to offer, he is primarily inter- ested in making the library a place for enjoyment as well as study. He feels that scholarship and love of books are closely bound together. Dean Johnson has inspired students to read and become acquainted with books by making 'them easily available. As Dean of Instruction, his influence reaches into every classroom and contributes greatly to tl1e continued improvement of instructions on campus. Page 14 DR. Cl-HXRTERS Stephens educational practice owes much to Dr. W. W. Charters, who made 'the original survey of the problems of modern women and, to keep the information up to date, checks and re-checks the results with the Research Department. Leader- ship, responsibility and personality development for the individual girl are the problems in which he is interested. Dr. Charters, who is well known as an organizer of educational curricula, resigned from Ohio State University this winter to devote all of his time to his duties as Director of Research at Stephens. Dlx. W. W. Crnxnrmxs The three men on 'these pages are perhaps not so often seen by students as other members of the faculty, but they are just as much a part of the friendly atmosphere of Stephens. Dr. Charters' keen insight into campus 'problems makes his conferences with student officers, held early in the fall to plan the year's work, especially helpful. Besides being one of the best of advisers and managing to know all about every student, Dean Shofstall is renowned as a before-and-after dinner speaker. Dean J'ohnson's special interest is in providing students with library facilities, and he is often seen making a quiet tour of inspection through the General Library. Page I5 ADMINISTRATIVE P. R. M. ARMSTRONG Miss CAPITOLA ARNOLD MRS. ELMA BARTON H. M. BELDEN, JR. MRS. MARY BLICKENSDERFER WILLIAM H. BROWNSBERGER MRS. HQELEN BBUENJES Miss SUE BRYON MRS. LIARY E. CALVERT I Miss EVELYN CARTER , , Miss ELIZABETH CHINN Mlss DOROTHY CHORPENING On these pages we present a few of the people who make campus life easier and happier: Miss Harris and her staff of dieticians, who plan menus for nearly 2,000 people every dayg Miss Sorency and the staff of the Alumnae Office, Miss Chinn, acting registrarg and Miss Owens and the staff members of the Vocational Guidance Clinic. Although students do not always realize the amount of effort neces- sary to make the administrative machinery of Stephens run smoothly, Page 16 O O O O MRS. J. E. CROPP E MISS FRANCES EATMAN MISS VIRGINIA HANCOCK MRS. HELEN I'IEITMAN Page I7 ASSISTAIXITS I MRS. BEss DAMON I FRANK W. DEARING MISS JEAN EMDR MISS CATHRYN GARRISON MISS ZOE HARRIS MISS GEORGIA IQIOWLETT MISS MELISSA I'IIBBAIiD MRS. FRANCIS HOLLOWAY I S L they see the results of Administrative staff Work every time they receive a "BH list or hurry into the dining room for an appetizing, well-balanced meal. Many girls obtain valuable help in analyzing their personality traits and selecting vocations or professions through the Guidance Clinic. And Stephens graduates are kept in touch with new campus developments and with the lives of other alumnae by the Alumnae Office. ASSISTANTS MRS. ELLA I-IOLT MRS. 0. L. I'IULEN MRS. DELVIN KNIGHT MISS JESSIE KYD MISS :NIARIAN OWENS MISS GRACE PEPPERDINE MRS. NIARGABET PUGH MISS MARTHA SUE RUMMANS MISS LOIS SCHULHOLZ MISS FRANCES SILKNITTER MISS :HELEN SINGER MISS ANN SORENCY MISS SARA STOUT ROBERT SUTTON DR. HAROLD A. SWENSON MISS BETTE WATERS JOHN D. WEIDELIEYER MISS JANE WISWALIJ MRS. CHARLES WILLIAMSON MISS LOUISE YEAGER Page 18 is , RQ-., .,gfS-- ,y lf? .maj 4'-Z Af -.- 'ff' , .f ff- if 'Wt ,-A ,:f'h. Q-"2 - .f, T" ff .47 if f1ff4"i5",5gffiff"-7' ,JJLSPV ff' Li' ,gif ,ffzfrf ,afv-wi-f". ., , 'S -' ..fy,A,f 411' fy rv 4 .ff f-.j't.fff' .4fiif:sT' ,A 'S' Zig? SSM . -ggi A, y Air P. G. S. BAILLIE MRS. 0. F. BARNHART MISS RUTH BOGAHT ROBERT DE KIEFFER j Q' N- l MISS ORAH DOUGLAS MISS PEGGY HINSON MISS OTT112 J. IQINTZEL L. LEE POYNTEP. MISS IQATHRYN RENFRO MRS. VIRGINIAY SIMON In order that every Stephens girl may learn to appreciate the best in art, literature and music, books and other library facilities must be made a part of her environment. For this purpose, there are libraries in twenty-seven of the twenty-nine buildings on campus. The Personal Library plan, which enables each student to borrow eight books which she may keep in her room 'throughout the year has helped to make thoughtful reading an ever 1nore important part of scholastic life at Stephens. The plan was used by more girls this year than ever before. Page 19 --:,".l,. .. . .', .5 - .. -, .-jf... -...., . 121425: ll ,VA Y ,Q H I, Y lg: YA G, .. - .- ,- rr-f M -f . M, L,-' . ' if J- -Lan' V7-'M 4' fini " V ff.-fr 'ff"-- -31' fmt Q ,'- ,s ff' 'fe earn? g-.. , K. ., A' ,y szgnfl- , ' W-:f ,t 5451 .' ,f.g.- ' .41- - 4 '. 1 -. . . ' ' f ' ,S ' ' 1 ' ' l:i,',, ii -T -J' J1- 1 1 A I ,. V ,L Qi , , , ,. 1 g, -fr P . -.. , . .V 4 K fr..-' Q '-eW.,:1z'? ' - ' FL , , lr- , ,ff ,K ' Q -P Because of the increasi11g interest in what is being done at Stephens, the Division of Public Relations was formed just four years ago to interpret the College ac- tivities and educational philosophies to the public in a dignified manner. Through magazines, feature articles, in newspapers, radio broadcasts and occasional movies, Stephens' progressive ideas are conveyed to educators and prospective students. Under the direction of Mr. Barry Holloway, head of the division, Miss Finlay handles radio publicity and transportation, which includes the transference of girls from their homes to the College and back again. Miss Bartlett has charge of all newspaper and magazine work, while Miss Jeri Boyes serves in the dual position of feature writer and picture editor. Mr. Mangan does staff photography for all publicity pictures and shots for the Stephens Standard, the campus magazine. The Division of Public Relations brings to Stephens outstanding writers in the newspaper and magazine LoN Azvncic Miss Juni BOYES 'f if P iiin 'ii field, this enables these guests to learn about the College and give advice to students interested in the different phases of journalism. Wheii a Writer comes to the campus, he comes to learn what Stephens is doing, and is entertained by the Board of Publications. Thus the girls themselves describe what the College is accomplish- ing. Mr. Holloway states that his Division never tells a writer what to say. The Public Relations staff answers hundreds of inquiries from newspapers concerning the activities of students from their local towns. It also corresponds regularly with nearly 700 newspaper writers, magazine writers, newsreel and radio men, concerning current activities functioning at the College. Featured this year in publications from coast to coast were articles on the Forum, "The American Woman and Her Re- sponsibilities," the "Physical Fitness" program spon- sored by the Physical Education Department, and the defense classes organized for the Red Cross and other defense activities. MRS. MOISELLE BARTLETT Miss RUTH FINLAY HARRY I'IAMMER CHARLES MANGAN BARRY J. HOLLOWAY Page 20 A 12-at 4' ,:, 2" ,F ,. iff' .A+ 1-'f,..,-1fg,L,J1" V7-'J ,-'TQ' Y. -'ff'l-rift" -- ,, ,- - , . . F .E ,, l - ,. ., ,1ffQ"7.f" ,"""L'i" il, fffi' -WA l . 539 L"1i55' 11 . I ' ' If fm ii ,Q-2 .i -' ,im f V . -- , .1-f'f.r 1 ' v'- li l " ' 'tl 1' i' H J 1' 1-f. f . t lt. ig , it uf tw fl ' . .ll gf" ' I ik' QA- M--" AJ -LR tially thi" tl 1' i ' Q5351? lg ' The total growth of the individual student is a rec- ognized necessity at Stephens College. As one means of promoting growth, the Extra-Class Division has been organized as one of the eight major divisions of the College. Dr. Merle Prunty, head of the division, believes that out-of-class activities allford and encourage practice in the relinement of social behavior and group living, that tl1e college setting is a normal, natural com- munity, in which the desires and efforts of students to organize and maintain a co-operative, controlled, and democratic college group life can be realized. In order to put this philosophy into pracl.ice, it is the policy of the College to assign students as much direct responsibility as possible for the determination, development, and administration of the campus life. Many students can obtain necessary self-development experiences if responsibilities and opportunities are Wide-spread over the student body. Each girl, there- fore, may hold only one elective oflice. The aim of the College in building an adequate extra- class program is three-fold. In an elfort to meet the present and future leisure-time needs of the girls, clubs, hobby groups, honorary sororities, sports and cultural programs are maintained. Through the student govern- ment and a favorable social and physical setting, a normal community environment is provided for the develop- ment and practice of desirable habits and abilities. Students are also offered personal help in meeting their individual problems. The student administration of Stephens College is carried on by the Civic Association, in which all the H' ev 1 if nf' .Ji Page Z1 l Da. MERLE PRUNTY students automatically become members upon enroll- ment in the College. All organizations of the school are directly connected with Civic Association through- one of its eight major sections: Administrative Division, Campus Service Division, Pan-Hellenic Division, Stu- dent Activity Division, Division of Publications, Stu- dent Congress, and Division of Classes. Mus. FRANCIS Gnuvnnv Miss VIOLET BAKER Miss GRACE LAnsoN if .M 1 vi ' ati Hfmvm' S. NVA1,'1'En Harvey S. Walter, Director of Admissions, heads the group of sixteen men who counsel prospective Stephens students in the girls' own homes. These men, who cover the forty-eight states, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Cuba and Canada, promote the interests of the College and main- tain a harmonious contact between the College and the families of the students. Because of the rapid growth of the College, the need of such a service has been felt both by parents of students and by the administration. Admissions counselors are therefore carefully selected for their interest and experience in the problems of education. The individual guidance of the student and the evaluation of her proposed course, both for vocational training and for transfer to other colleges and universities, are typical problems skillfully handled by the Stephens College "field men." The original staff for the year 1941-42 numbered eighteen. Robert T. Harrell, who was inducted by the army, and Robert D. Amaden have left. The following sixteen men are carrying on the admissions work in the indicated territories: William A. Baker, Ohio and West Pennsylvania, George W. Bal tzer, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Southern Indiana, Robert Bird, the Southwest, L. W. Bowman, lllinois, except Chicago, Clum Bucher, Missouri and Kansas, William David Carr, North Caro- line, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, D. C., Delaware, Maryland and Eastern Pennsylvania, Raymond Dooley, Eastern New York, New Jersey and New England, Roy T. Gallemore, Southern states, Machin Gardner, the North- west, including Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Northern California, J. Scott Hemry, Chicago area and Western New York, Lowell Hildebrand, North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin, John B. Kyd, Okla- homa, Louisiana and Arkansas, Lynn A. Phillips, Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska, Vernon M. VVilliams, Texas, Harvey S. Walter, Florida. Prior to the war, Mr. Bird went to Hawaii and Mr. Walter traveled in Puerto Rico and Cuba. Mr. Gardner covered British Colombia and Mr. Dooley went to Eastern Canada. South Amer- ica and Mexico were contacted through corre- spondence. Page 22 ROIIIQIIT D. .AMAIIEN WVILLIAM A. BAKEII c1EORGE W. BALTZEII Miss ESTIIEII l3A'UMcsAR'rNIsI1 PIOBEM' C. Bum MISS ACENA BOO'I'lI LEW VV. BOXN'NIAN W. JUSTIN BIIOWN CLUM BUCIIEII WILLIANI DAVID CAIIII IXAYMOND DOOLEY ROY T. GALLIIMORE MAQIIIN GAIKDNEIX Mus. .PEARL IIAGG.-XRD ROBEII1' HAIIRIELL J SCOTT HEMIIY LOWVELL H. HILDEBIIAND JOHN B. IQYD LYNN A. PIIILLIPS VERNON M. WlLI,lAhIS Page Z3 is MRS VIIIGINIA AMES MISS LOUISE BARTHOLD MISS BFTTY BARTON MISS ZELMA BURKE w I ,W - ha' 5' MIXS. ARDENIA CILAPMAN If I MISS MARY COLEMAN AIRS. ELLA CORDER X WHS, S I MISS BE'r'1'Y CUMMINGS ,fm ?'4i'fT'?'i ingmuzr ,1- nn Q '15- fx. ,Q . 'YS I 1 12: . V, 5 .4 I 2:5-1 SI.-'91 MISS REBECCA DRANE MISS .IEANETTE EDE MISS REGINA EWALT MRS. M.ADOLIN GROVER MISS JULIET EIARDTNER ,. T MISS BETTY HUNT . MISS PI-IYLLIS GRAHAM ff? A H f ' 3 MISS M.ARY BETH HUSTED Y 5 I ' W MISS FRANCES HYDE V MISS BERYL JAMES MISS J ESSICAIJ . J ouNS0N. MISS NILRGARET MARGHAVIG ,MISS KITTY Mooxxm NX' MRS. SADIlf,.MCCOY I MISS MARY CJINIER X MISS VIRGINIA PAYNE MISS ELEANOR RUNALS MISS SALLIE TAYLOR I I . I MRS. MYRTLE LE COMPTE h X MISS DAVIlfb.4 OLINGER Page 24 m E ji, The Council of Hall Counselors, headed by Miss Grace Curtis of Senior Hall, and sponsored. by Dean Weldon P. Shofstall, is the organization through which the Work of the counselors and their assistants is coordi- nated. It is because they are an important part of the guidance staff that the hall counselors work with Dean Shofstall, head of the guidance program. Each residence hall counselor is "Dean of Women" in her own hall. Through hall meetings and house council, the residence hall counselors are responsible for group organization and instruction as well as in- dividual guidance. The efforts of counselors to obtain a Well-knit, out-of-class guidance program are carried out 'through the weekly meetings of the Council with Dean Shofstall and t.l1e student meetings of hall presidents in Adminis- trative Council. The counselors also work closely with the Student Health Division, the Extra-Class Division and the various specialized services on campus, such as the clinics, advisers, and admissions counselors. ,. . -5 1 Y J., ' 1 Kg'-. v . . 'fr .f1?lTtN ' 1 w r N I To .r ti T ll 24 H . 'i T it l X . xx . -- V4 w -,, wif Y- Y- W: I-J Ni: jg, if W' The Council stresses the counselor as a 'teacher who If Miss Gr ACE Comms helps students with "their needs, interests a11d goals IVUJW in their general human relations or social adjustment jf,-l ' . experiences, and therefore gives instruction ll1TOUgl1 H out-of-class activities." ' jjj Q ' rw' qu . m Miss ANNE VFOYVNSEND . Miss LA VERNIA VEMME11 Miss ELEANOR JL WELSH Miss Mmvrxm JANLES WIIITSELI, Miss XVILHELMINA VVOLF Miss J EAN WNr0OD Page 25 Dr. Brown, head of the Division of Health Education states lhat the general health of the student body at Stephens College is far above the average of many colleges because of the rigid physical examinations it is necessary to pass in order to meet entrance requirements, tl1e atten- tion given to regular food esse11t.ial to growth, special diet tables for those who 11eed particular care, and an expanded program for proper relaxation and rest. The Health Center believes that the latter is more important than anything else done on a college campus. The Health Service tries constantly to build up a defense against quackery, superstitious, and nostrumsg it desires to place in the hands of every girl the equipment in the health area necessary to meet the needs of her future home and community life. The staff also tries to make each student visit to the Health Center not only an occasion for medical aid, but also an experience in health education. Courses in Physical Education emphasize the formation of basic skills in golf, tennis, riding, swimming, and other sports which will provide an answer to the recreational needs of Stephens girls both during their college experience and after graduation. Miss Wilma Haynes, director of the state Physical Fitness program and head of the physical education staff, believes that every girl, in order to live a full, well- balanced life, must become proficient in one or more of these games and sports. 'fl' W-49, 1 2' ' 1. ., - T, 'th J ' G f .-rg 2 V EQ 5' 1. ii 4' Q it l f .wfflaf ., it 'f ff Rl J' t f E if. i we ,M 1 i 5... ' 4 I H H ' Y A' QV ' :ia ,i if 7' 'I 'C Dn. NVILLIAM B. B11OWN'N Miss VIRGINIA BURGESS Miss Donori-rr R. CASH Miss JANE GATES Miss WILMA D. HAYNES Miss MUIKIEL I'IENsr.En Miss MAIKGUERITE Juno Miss ANNIE M. LAWSON Miss LILLIAN M.ANClNI Miss RUTH LOUISE MACKENZIE Mns. ITELEN NPZIJSON Pt. S. PALMER Hour RAYNOR, LT. Cox.. Mus I R SONIERVILLE Miss EMMA SPENCER Miss MARGARET Toi I ES Miss CHARLOTTE YORK Page 26 Miss ELIZABETH BENSON Miss RUTH BONNELL M Rs. BETTY BEER DR. 0. F. BRADFORD DR. JOSEPH H. DELANIUH' Miss VEILA DICKEX' MRS. IRMA GRAHAM DR. L. S. I'IIGHSMI'l'lI Miss EVEIAN JACOBSEN Tx' . TIT' ff .. .. ,Aw-f"s ff? ,f-T'-T' .ff . . ,. .cf .fg.f'fsm:zf1,f'f ,f,y',,::'.,4s,, Q .4 , Af,-,,, ,.y .,.- nfs, .V ,,- T rf. .Tw Jf.-,yy . - T1 ,f :v,m'7,.TT.4 Y ..' f :Aw ,,4y.sf TLV' Q,1-Q-nu! lffg,.v1dy- 5, Miss EMMA JENS Miss MIIJDIXED KING Miss DOIKCAS LINDSEY T Miss JUNE NIUNDT Miss HILDEGARDE M1'IEllS Mus. H. C. NICDOUGLE MRS. ARIEL C. NIEDRINGI-:Aus MRS. W. B. 0T1s MISS IDOROTIIY PEARL Bliss DoRoTu1' IJAUSCHENFELS Page 27 Miss MAIKX' J ANE WESTCOTT MRS. IOLA X'VILSO.N ...... - -.wwf , Lv Q V T T I T ..iy.M.. .1 T TT ,Q1w.,,---, 14 T .TQ I T I w WW. -ffluggwi TI .T T . , "M gg- ' . ' TMI'-T 2.25 '!- V Jef, sl" PFW' 11 1 R If 5 R 57 'JR . E' T g . PZ, pv Q 1 .T Q !EsE5Z,1.,. T ' ' r :LT ' ' E . , ....E. , ,W . .... T .... .........,..., T :-. - , - T T , . TT .TT ' ,QU 1 TTT 1 .4 . i f'T' if 'a f 5- X , ' , kt, Y I x P , r--T Q Etfi"f"f A T 5 I ,, E T' ig M .-I X - .Y - A J rl. X . R ,, T T -5 y E .KTTZQTWW ET ' - ' ' , T- , Ta , ' T fa 'TD ' - A ' 5. A ' Zi x. 'T '. -in "Ag TT gy X W .f ' I K T H szgzlag ' L l d? r I- A M . . Y .. ,gif T 'x, .K . 1 .w.,,M-,K I I ,Q vwvmwvx ' 547, T T H T - ,- V Y -W f',:iW . 1 Tk ,-TTT' T CT '. Jf TTT: Q, K Q K, N ,' ,,, , A ,lg 5 -577- T f . , 55532 ., ' ' T " T. ' H.. " Tw Q 12? 1 : N Ig- W 1 . T ,Q , ' 'wk Yum' Ev? I9 . . ff ' TT: 2 A , fn- 9' TT 1: T' WZQQET. , , Q, .. 35 , 1 ' --ff: ,- A5E' -" -4 rl J? 1 rf? 31 ' j 'K "ffl, 'Kg T ,Q T, sf I ,. 3 x uf T da T 1 - .F T , T Q f 1 My 1 ,X ,4 ,S TT f33af3" f T A T .. I I T ! N ' . 4. . 'rr fl- ' , :wi -,fggmarzb-M ' " . LF '32 ' Pin 5' iff , ' J. , jg I VV 4 cr - l 355' ! ' TT f MY : W RSM" T ,Q f T 'TTTTT T H -Lt , ,. .J - iv . , ,I . z Nts H - 1 , A , pix HTT' V I ' it W t f O tt t - A -' -' -- . - 1 547 - ,i "if 177559-J . gee' 5 . s J' , .- " 539.-' -J A 4? L A A ral: ,ff fp f , 1- A-fa new : ,, 4 ,.,g, ,L j . gf , ,T 67" ,jigs 4.1.-f' alt ew' - . V' gif.-ff"' ' - - An English headrnaster once said: "There are three essential things in life. One, being able to entertain an idea, two, being able to entertain another persong three, being able to entertain yourself. "If you can entertain an idea you are in pursuit of truth. If you are capable of entertaining another person you are in pursuit of goodness, and if you can entertain yourself, you are in pursuit of beauty." This anecdote illustrates the objectives of the Humanities Division. More than any subject offered to Stephens girls, Humanities applies to actual living-to every song they hear, every painting they see, every book they read. Tl1ey meet it day after day because the course deals with being rather than doing. They are not taught how to write a book, compose a song, or paint a picture, but rather how to understand and appreciate work such as this that others have done. Miss Louise Dudley, formerly dean here at Stephens, and now head of the Humanities Division and co-author of the textbook used in the Humanities courses, is a charming person who is a constant source of inspiration to students through her own appreciation of beauty both in the arts and in everyday life. Because of the many different creeds and points of view which are found in any large group, the topic of religion, althougl1 essentially one of the arts, is not dealt with in the course. However, the truths, the goodness, the beauties of life will remain everlasting assets to girls who have learned to appreciate the humanities. JAMES ADAIR Miss MAUDE ADAMS Da. LOUISE DUDLEY 75. fx :Al is ADOLPH BAK MRS. PEARL BEAUCHAMP DR. EVELYN BLAIR MISS GERTRUDE BLENKO L JOSEPH G. BRYE KARL H. BRATTON C. A. BRIGGS DR. NIARJOPIIIEI CARPENTER ALBERT CI-IRIST-JANER MISS MARGARET COLBY ERNEST L. Cox MISS OLIVIA COLE MISS MARY ELLEN COWLING MISS PAULINE CROOK ROBERT DETCHEMENDY HERBERT DON.ALDSON AUSTIN FARICY Page Z9 CHARLES W. DUNN MRS. KATHABINE P. DUBRIETT MISS YOLANDA FLOBIPI3 MISS ELIZABETH FRETZ 979 19' N... DR B D GAUNTLETT MISS MAYBIE B GIESSING DR. VIRGINIA GINGERICK GORDON W GILKFY NORMAN GOODBROD IRUSSELL GREEN MISS RUTH B. GOODSMITH DR. HIiLEN K. IiAFNER HARRY H. .HILBISRBY C. M. HENDRICKS MISS VIRGINIA HITOHOOOK WQILLIAM INGE VVALTER R. IHRKE DR. R1ARJORIE C. JOHNSTON MISS NIARTHA E. LOGAN MRS. FRED IQALER MVIS-S I'1ILDl3GABD MARBOD MISS ELEANOB RlELL1NGEI'i EDWARD J. MEGROTH A. LAURENCE MORTENSEN DR. ROBERT A. MORTVEDT Page 30 MISS BERNICE .NICCUTCHEON KENNETH E. NEXVLIAND MISS ANNA IAAIKE MISS MARJORIE M. ORTON MISS ELIZABETH RECH'1' MISS MARGARET T. IAUDD MISS ELEANOR E. BOTH FREDERICK SCHWARTZ MISS ELIZABETH B. STANTON MISS NIARIAN SIMMONS DR. ZAY RUSK SULLENS ARTHUR E. TODD MISS WILDA TINSLIQY MRS. LONVELL L. TOXVNSEND MISS OMA YUMBEL MISS GOLDIE TRIPPLEHORN MISS .PAULA S. VOGELSANG MISS N ESTA WILLIAMS KURT v0N FORSTMEYIIR MISS IRACHEL WILLIIXBIS Page 31 A. ELDON WINICLER ' 1 7 Tl "TIT fig, T . 7 L . . .X Y. f -.t. e..t'- if Q-lm i . 'wel l . . f., 1 ,. e. , ,, 5 ,- 1 l vi W 1 . . ui , ' 1 '. '-A 1' t ffl -gn' ' 'l gilfa, ,.--jfif-' fs 31.5 . , i 1 wylx, ,wp ' - ,- ' i . f- ' ' l ' W. 1' w L L , " ,J .1 gl-ff ' 5 .: ,uf 4. V' fi ' J " , ,, . M L-1 , as , , 1 ' ' :sim : Q . 3 1' .ks A .K um it DR. JAMES E. MENDENHALI. The Institute for Consumer Education, a project of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, was established at Stephens College in 1937. The objectives of the divi- sion, both in the present situation and in more normal times, are expressed by Dr. James E. Mendenhall, Edu- f" X -'wi Y ..-if --' 5 .1 "7 :.,- 4-,nf ,. - I ,. ,fix X.-3127 'A A,-3 J,-'12 ...V .afdfTfm?i'f Vei4fag,evw,f1f,1f a yi'-'ffl ,.-1' .1 ,.,,.L,,,. ,,,,,,,L,.,. , W. L u cational Director of tl1e Institute, who says, "During the present emergency it is even more imperative that a program of consumer education be carried on. Today, consumers are faced with rising prices, shortages of cer- tain durable consumer goods, substitutions of materials and possible deterioration in the quality of particular goods. At the same time consumer's incomes, except for certain groups, have lagged behind the rise in cost of living. Therefore more than ever before, consumers need to budget their incomes wisely, to know how to determine best buys on the market and to appreciate the necessity of setting aside a part of their incomes in savings. To help 'them do this is the major aim of Consumer Education." These objectives are attained through the use of the consumer education laboratory where students may conduct simple consumer tests, and the enlarged library with its new course file. Students also edit consumer bulletins giving the results of their laboratory experi- ments on subjects of interest to Stephens girls. These pamphlets are published monthly. MRS. SUE Bunn BYnoN W. I'IANS- Form Miss LOETA J OHNS Mas. ZETTA LIND FREDERICK C. MCLAUGHLIN Mrss Louisa. Fnos'r Mns. BLAND Kimi POLSON MHS. BETTY REEVES Miss J EANNE SIIEPPARD Miss RUFIE LEE WILLIAMS Page 32 DIVISIG 15 Mn. PA UL WEAVER The Division of Religion and Philosophy enables each girl to become acquainted with the major concepts of religious thought, to understand them and to see the value of each one. Through informal class discussions, Mr. Weaver brings to the attention of every student the importance of individuals in the world, the motivating power of an idea, and the need or emotion which makes a person react to situations and circumstances. Sunday morning Burrall programs are designed to stimulate normal student enthusiasm for solving situa- tions relating to a sound philosophy of life. Discussion groups, such as We Moderns, are held to enable students to discuss and think through significant problems to- gether. Vespers programs are planned to increase the ability of students to respond to spiritual values. Bur- rall Class sponsors some 35 community social service projects which afford students an opportunity to create techniques and acquire habits that aid them in the solu- tion of questions of social significance. Experienced counselling makes for the cooperative solution of special personal difficulties relating to the student's philosophy of living. Courses in the Division offer systematic in- struction in the fields of religion and philosophy. Not only are students encouraged to re-evaluate their own ideas and ideals, but, by studying the Work of the great philosophers of the past, they learn to think more clearly and concretely in terms ot' the present. KLAIB L. ARJNISTRONG DR 1 RANCIS C BAYLE1 Mns. JOHN L. COCKRELL MISS Rosn DAILY Mus. LUCILLE M. F n1s'roE CECIL H MHLEB Miss BETrY'fANN PAUTLLUS MISS GRACE Wrsrnnoon Page 3 3 DR. ELIZABETH BALLARD Mus. T. T. CALLAWAY Miss BETTY DIDCOCT DR. MINNIIE MAY JoI-IN- soN DR. CHARLES MARSII DR. T. E. PEERY DR. PHILIP N. POWERS Miss CAROLINE GRAY DR. C. N- REXHOAD DR. EUGENE L. SI-IEPARD I l l , ..4 l The program of the Science Division is based on the conviction that effective and satisfying life in a demo- cracy requires not only a knowledge of basic facts, but also a scientific attitude applied to the problems of in- dividual and group living. Each course in science at- tempts to select those facts and principles which can bc readily applied to daily livingg members of the staff try to make each course Inore and more functional in the life of each student enrolled. Courses in the Science Division stress the principles and practice of physical health, the knowledge and atti- tudes underlying successful emotional and social adjust- ments, and the contributions of specialized fields of science to the development of modern civilization. DR. J. C. STAUF- FACHER Miss IEVELYN STIPP DR. E. F. VAN BUSILIRK DR. C. VAN DEvENrER DR. WAYNE W. WANTIIAND DR. MOIJLIE G. WHITE Page 34 gg E7 '1-ist S' BLATNE T. WILLIAMS Page 35 MISS DOROTHY M. MAR'rIN MISS LOUISE PORCH TOM R. 'TALBOT Miss MIXRYELLEN TAYLOR D R. DAVID P. WHI'I'EPIIIiL DR. IJENRY BOVVMAN ROBERT E. CARSON MISS ELOISE COFER J o11N C. CRIGIITON DR. JOHN A. DECKEIK MRS. HELEN G. ti? GfKRVEY DR. PAUL W. PAUSTIAN DR. T HOMAS K, HITCIi DR. WALTER G. INMAN Tomi KYLLONEN ' 11, ., , W ,' , M t I! L. 1. if i it m , ,. 1 ' '. l it 1 ' f 9' 'V L 'l,i1"v,j.f.l The aims of a course which deals with ideas are unspecilicg this is the case with social studies. History, economics, sociology, marriage, international relations, social problems-all these things are offered to create in the minds of students some degree of understanding of the society of which they are a part. The Social Studies Division at Stephens attempts to prepare stu- dents for subsequent study through informal discussions, movies, iield trips, and above all, reading. That the staif is successful in arousing interest in social problems is shown by the fact that its members are often in demand to lead group 'discussions on public questions. The Social Studies Division emphasizes in all its courses the interdependence of human beings. This does not 11163.11 that the individual is unimportant. On the contrary, a democratic society is based upon the concept of the importance of the individual. In order that the rights of each person may be recognized, how- ever, it is necessary that everyone understand the problems of others. The courses offered by the Social Studies Division present to students a comprehensive review of these problems. I as --gg., DR. Rox' IVAN JouNsoN The Division of Skills and Techniques includes voca- tional courses and those which have as their purpose the development of basic skills. The six subject Helds in the Division are: Communications, Speech, French, Secretarial Studies, Child Study, and Radio. The instructors in Communications provide stu- dents with skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening which they can use in all other courses and in their life activities. The aim of the Child Study courses is to provide young women with pre-parental training as well as to prepare them for nursery and kindergarten Work. The skilled reading of French is being stressed in the French Department. In Radio, participation and appreciation are the principal aspects emphasized. Secretarial courses provide training that will make it possible for Stephens graduates to accept responsible and remunerative positions. The College believes that in the present world crisis vocational training for Women is especially im- portant. Evidences of this fact are found in the in- creased enrollment in the secretarial courses and the increase in the number of courses offered in connection with retail salesmanship. The establishment this year of the student bank also realized one of the aims of the Division by providing students with practical experience in personal finance. D m v s I o N lggg 6 Sig .- ty tl Mas. ADOLPH ZECH Mlss JEAN BAILEY Miss TIELEN M. G. BARR Mas. XVILMA BATTEBSON ROBERT L. BEACHBOARD Miss BETTY BEBOUT Miss Louisa A. BENNETT Fosrmn BROXVN Page 36 KERMIT CRAVVLEY LEVVIS E. DOUELEDAI MISS BARBARA FISCIIER RUSSEL H. FOYVIIER WIIILIADI P. CIALVIN MRS. RUTH GOODWIN MISS KATIIAIIINE H. H ALI MISS VIRGINIA L. I-IANSON IIOBERT L. I'IATiT MISS MIXIXX' LOU LIUNTER EUGEIYE F. IREY DR. SHERMAN P. LAWTON OIXIIEL E. LITTLE MISS FERN MELLOWAY MISS M ARJOIIIE E. MOMYER HUGII MCCAMMON MRS. ALICE MCLAIKEN DR. WIIJFIKEIJ B. NEFF DON O. NEIISON MISS MIXRGAllE'I' NELSON PHILIP L. IKAY V'IC'I'0R E. PIICIQS PIIILIP RYAN MISS LAURA A. SEARGI' M,RS. AIITIIUR LANG MISS DOllO'l'HH' C. SIIILEY MISS MAIIX' I'IEL.EN SIMPSON BURTON M. SIIIITII WTALTEB C. SUIIT, JR. MISS .IANICE M. TEED H. S. VAIINER, JR. JOIIN A. VVAITE CHARLES VVIIITESIIIES DR. NNFSLEY A. WIKSELI. IPRED E. NVINGEIK ff' A I if' '13 fn? . ...... X . Immmmzg SLI- ...IS fi ,fpf .1-1-. fa A ..... Q Ei 'QQ' ' i xx iq... X 'X A fiaphhlaghll ih -lr i, '.L, Ji, . 1 .1 la A V T Y ll A h ,j-A g 'A ggi vs I ' X 1 f ' 2 f-1' ,"g:" -' .77 ei",-Iii' if ...-4-" 'fl'--11 , AL ' .- ,- J . -M-rf.-.f pl' . -13 'V 1' .J .--I f ff' cf.. .sf L - lliifff ,f ,' ' " jj fig.,-F' .7 K, 7, ,ff - . -' .,4 . gf, .. 5 f y' A' Q ir it Af if if- ' Specializing in a variety of fields including nursery school and kindergarten training, cos- tume design, radio, dramatics, journalism, secre- tarial work, science, and literature are the Apprentices, third year students on campus. The apprentice plan, conceived last year, was created in answer to the requests of many stu- dents who wished to spend another year at Stephens. Before being admitted, the pros- pective Apprentice must state clearly the ob- jective or goal she wants to achieve during the year and the program she- believes would lead to the fulfillment of this goal. The plan is then submitted to a faculty committee which accepts or rejects the girl's application on the following bases: one, the value of the proposed goal, two, the practicability of the program in terms of' attaining the goalg three, characteristics pos- sessed by the student which might help or hinder her in reaching her objective. In many instances the Apprentice works as an assistant to a teacher engaged in her chosen field, answering questions asked by students, correcting tests, and constantly studying her own project. The post graduate students are a unique group in that they all live together in one resi- dence hall, Hillcrest, with Miss Zelma Burks as their counselor. Their hall officers, therefore, serve as class officers as well. Apprentices sponsored the Halloween Ball and were hostesses to many campus guests during the Forum in November. JEANNE SARASY . President IDA KELLMVAY . Vice-President PHYLLIS Noisoai . Secretary-Treasurer BETTY Hum- . House Manager Pg3S' ELIZABETH ADAMS . Counseling PATRICIA BROWN . Interior Decoration Lois I'IARLAN . . Child Study PATRICIA HARMSTEAU Science MARIAN IIOLEN A rt BILLIE I-IUFFSMITH . Music I'1E'l'TY IIUBT . Music IDA IQELLAWVAY . Masterpieces MARIAN KRESS Art NANCY MIXER . Dress Design BETTY MONFOBT . Secretariat Studies HELEN MOORE . , Child Study SUZANNE NESBIT . Horsemanship PHYLLIS NOISOM Science BETTY ANN POINDEXT Science ANN RASTI . . Dress Design KATIIRYN RIMMEII . Creative Writing JEANNE SARASY . Radio MARGARET WEST . English Literature BETTY VVOODBURY . Drama Page 30 Wilmington, Delaware Des Moines, Iowa La Grange, Illinois Mt. Vernon, Ohio . Evanston, Illinois Greeley, Colorado Slater, Missouri Center, Nlassacliusetts Hawthorne, California Flint, Miclligan Hartford City, Indiana . Ferndale, Michigan Madison, Wiscolisin . South Bend, Indiana Cynthiana, Kentucky . . Newton, Iowa . .laukson Heights, New York . 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A-4w,k.........:,i-L 755 4 w 4 G h, 4, I J 1 I 1 i N Pin-4 .linkin-' 'V' W' l"1g 2 i 0 E' :An ' 1 I Wi, f 1 ' """' m-1, ' i 1 - 1 ru. 2 I S A 1 ' f-',.,p,-- W1 V, 1 ' " 024,05 --ff-Q4,- ,. 1 ,,,.l,..,,,,5 .. f,.,--. , 1 ' ---' C- 13 ' 53221-Ea 1 1 gtg x'd sl -31-13 i '1 .. N. .. Em U! lil if E: nm' s ' E ., 9f'T'f h fffff 21 .iilhvfiig ig 1 ,xv W - I, - , 1 pw .,--N" g. ., J. . iw' ,-L,-.'?'f-A - -.- 'r fffs-s,ii1i1ifif-.o-fi' ' , 6 , ,' I. v . ,Coe HL., 4,4-114' Ji A7 ,Lx . R Q Being a Senior at Stephens is an exacting task, but any member of the Senior Class will tell you that the rewards are Well Worth the effort of heading the various student government divi- sions, editing the campus publications, sponsor- ing school improvement and national defense projects, and participating in the musical and so- cial service activities of Burrall Class. Although Juniors take part in all these activities, it is the Seniors who direct them. Seniors are also guardians of the well- beloved traditions of Stephens. Their privileges of sitting in the middle section and of using the right-hand steps of the auditorium, the green hair ribbons which are sold to Juniors in the fall, the annual appearance of the ghost of Senior Hall, those very special songs, "Where, Oh, Where?" and "Life in Senior Hall,', and, for the first time this year, the exclusive Senior Court Show-all these are perpetuated by each succes- sive class. Every Senior girl has one more responsi- bility, one which is not so often mentioned, but which makes itself deeply felt in campus life. She must try, by emphasizing the Ten Ideals in her daily living, to make them more real and vital to the Juniors who look to her for leader- ship. Since their success Will be measured by the activities of next yearis Senior Class, the Seniors of '11-2 will not see the result of their example, they can only hope they have fully lived up to the standard of the Class of '4l. Second row: BOHNET, Treasurerg Front row: STERLING. First Vice-Pres- idenlg GORSUCIAI, Presiflenl D. CLARK, Secretary, VAN IIORNE, Second V ice-Pres idc-nl :. f- rv' ye sa . . V .. .. . , , ,. -1 4, 41-',?.?e ,flats ill? ' ' i 1 -H . . - ., Q "L l l.' - 'V' 1, 'f-. W1 'M 'fi a 4 wr '- -. J., ..,,r.,-. . f 'r K-' . I, 1. . , .-A -5 ,ni 1. a - ,, is. . X v.-,N A ' I ,.,, My 1. ' 1 - -19' H--- 4 ' ' H, 1 f-...-.. V. --' 5 , J .5 J Q, tg if i sl it , it if I gf l A ll x , cg! It was the aim of the Senior Class ofiicers to express sincere friendliness to everyone throughout the year, to uphold the traditions and ideals around which Stephens is built, and to promote the establishment of a feeling of trust and mutual confidence between the faculty and the students, whereby the honor system could be maintained. Betty Gorsuch, President of the class, led all discussions at oiiicers' meetings and directed the activities of the Senior Classg Betty Love, First Vice-President, was responsible for all the social functions, including the Senior Picnic and the Court Play, "lVlagurgun1tex." The Second Vice- President, Pauline Van Horne, had charge of all extracurricular participations, and it was she who suggested that a closer unity and spirit could be obtained when every member of the class was given a definite responsibility in the accomplishment of the class objectives. Doris Clark, Secretary, kept the minutes of the meetings and supervised all elections not handled by Civic Association, while Marjorie Bohnet, Treasurer, paid all bills and balanced the books. Dr. Henry Bowman served as sponsor of the Senior Class. Page 46 In addition to welcoming incoming Juniors in the fall, the Senior Sister organization tries to acquaint girls with the Ten Ideals as guides for practical living, to give Juniors the benefit of the Seniors' experience at Stephens, and to stress the Principles of Living. These objec- tives Were accomplished this year by assigning each new student to a Senior who corresponded with her during tlw summer, a11swe1'i1zghe1'ques- tions about Stephens, by having new girls met at the station by Senior guides, who escorted them to their halls and introduced them to their Senior Sisters. During the rest of the year, the Senior Sisters continued to supply the Juniors with friendly counsel. Doms Gnnnrrv Left to right: BATES, D. M., CooK, N., VEITII,YMCKOWN, Miss MARGBAVE GERRITY, OSKAMP, LOVERIDGE, DIXON, BAUMGARTNEH, SMITH M B The Council of Senior Sister Chairmen is composed of a representative from each of the ten Junior residence halls and a representative of the Day Students. The group Worked under the guidance of Miss Margaret Margrave, fac- ulty sponsor, and Doris Gerrity, Senior Sister Chairman. Members of the Council Were: Mary Jane Baumgartner, Day Students, Audrey Loveridge, Fielding Smiihg Mary Jane Mc- Kown, Hatcher, Dorothy Dixon, Laura Stephens, Dorothey Mae Bates, Lela .Haney Wood, Nancy Cook, Maple,' Marguerite Aldridge, Northg Helen Broom, Souihg Jeanne Oskamp, Towerg Dorothy V eith, Wales,' Mary B. Smith, Windso1'. Pg47 V' fi x- 1 . x . y 1 3' fffmi 5-gf., 42 . 1 T, J ' Qui ai 1 , X 117 , Ks .if xy ,fg 4, .- ' 1, 'EYQY IWW., 5 - , . Wx an as Irm- H' .pf 1? V v 1 Q fm ,Q 'Egg 1 gb f H" K 5 1' gf, 3 gw wg v x ff., .se L 51 f 7 I F F. 'Y- uu ' -' N' " ,' """ . 5' 5:1 X . , Y m y " u VY Y g , 1 ..,,. V, '?,.fm"W V. E ,, W sf mms ,. 1 X L .M . -' xii N52 ' , , uf ' lg W.. QU, g y . '-' .ff , y -u ' 4 1,5 - wc' 5 , -: .rf i .5 V 'Z W I mf ,Eff -. Ev 1 " . .... , ,, x F V. 1 . f I Q' X 1 Q K '5 L3 . -.X L si L. sa w Agwpuw 'H' 1 arp.. 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BAnmNGE1x BABTLING BATES BAUMGARTNER BAUSLAUGH BIEALL BECKER BEEKS BEELAND BEGOLE BENMNGHOVEN BISKGMAN BETTCHER Bm Buxnsowcs ,BISSETT BIXBY BLACK, B. BLACK, C. BLACK, S. BLICK Buss BQCKIUS , " 'ff ,ml nz y ...... 1 ,- f A , : !1sii,,,Ai-b , in Y , 4. i j - F., - 'I -, A1 . as Q i5:"5' X ff - . .7 B , . ' ' -1 Q . nf 4 , it. .' ' if g "-f,m.,. x 4, ' 'i , .- ' , -5, 2 'y , ' : ' ' N' Q ' 5:5 In ' ' " - 27- A , 5 ', - . ff if V2 ' ' Us 7 2 X .. v ,, 'fl - J ' ' " . . ' ' Q' 7 . W M ' " ' I-.ff 4 ' K . ' 7 . ' - , i ' ,. . - W 'Z' W ' Q gif, ' A f' 2.2 ' 5: ' .. 1 , L ,M gg, W, A M DOROTHX' ABBADUSKA, Haalden Heights, New Jersey, Publicity .Manager oI'A'thletic Association, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Senior Sister . JEANNE ABBATE, Oak Park, Illinois, Sigma Alpha Chi. President oi' Student Activity Board, Camera Club, French Club . JEAN AI3RAIfIAMsoN, Cincinnati, Ohio, Independent, Vice-President ol' Athletic Association . EMILY ANN Aococic, Greenwood, Indiana, Independent, Senior Sister . MARGUERITE ALDRIDGE, Eslill, Nlississippi, Gamma Delta Phi, Chairman ol' North Hall Senior Sisters . LUCRETIA ALEXANDER, Big Stone Gap, Virginia, Theta Tau Omega, Sigma Gamma Gamma ESTIIIZR TERESA ALoNzI, Kenilworth, Illinois, Pledge Sponsor ol' Beta Phi Gamma . JEAN ALTOM, Rogersoille, Tennessee, Delta Rho Alpha, Pro Musica . ANNA LOUISE ANDEIISCJN, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Pledge Sponsor of Eta Epsilon Gamma, Business Manager of the Stephens Standard, We Moderus. Senior Sister . MARY ELIZABETIAI ANDEIXSON, Lincoln, Nebraska, President of Delta Sigma . MAIXY IVIAUDE ANIJEIISON, Manhasset, New York, Inde- pondont. SoorotiiryiTrousiii'oi' ol' Lolo liiinoy Wood Hull, Senior Sister . ELEANOR MARIE ANDREOFF, St. Louis, Missouri, Inde- pendent JOCELYN JOY ARNETTE, Mariemont, Ohio. Athletic Association . SARA ASTOB, Leavenworth, Kansas, Campus Service Board . JANE ATICINSON, Waco, Texas, Vice-President of Theta T au Omega . E. BONNAR ATWOOD, Newtonville, Massachusetts . MARX' ANNA- BEL AVERY, Romney, Indiana, Independent, Secretarial Club . JANE BADGER, Kevin, Montana, Alpha Phi Epsilon JUNE BIRD, Newport, Tennessee, Treasurer of Tower Hall, Athletic Association, Senior Sister . GLORIA JOANNE BAIscrI, Illunsfielcl, South Dakota, Pledge Sponsor of Gamma Delta Phi, Senior Sister . ALICE BAKER, Asheville. North Dakota, Pledge Sponsor of Gamma LOUISE I-I. BARNES, Honolulu, Hawaii, Independent, Athletic Asso- ciation, Vice- President of Tau Sigma Tau, Phil Tigeta fKappag 5 LUCY BAIKIIINGER, Sumter, South Carolina, Beta ,w- Sigma Beta, Tau Sigma Tau . SUZANNE BARTLING, West Allis, Wisconsin, Wales Senior Sister . DoRoTnEY MAE BATES, Carlsbadg New Mexico, Project Chairman of Eta Epsilon Gamma, Senior., Sister . MA,RY JANE BAUMGARTNER, Columbia, Missouri, Zetz-MII Alpha, iDay Student Senior Sister Chairman . JANE BAUSIJAUGH, Wichita, Kansas, Independent, Pro Musica ' 1... MARJORIE BEALL, Williams, Iowa, Independent, Senior Sister' . IIUTH BECKER, Mountain Lakes, New Jersey, House Manager of . Maple Hall, Senior Sister . FAY D. BEEKS, Richmond, Virginia . SARA CONDBE BEELAND, Greenville, Alabama, .Independent '. BEVERLY BEGOLE, Wabun, Massachusetts, Kappi-IiAlpha Phi, Ad- visor of Camera Club . JANE BENNINGHOVEN, Chicago, Illinois, Delta Chi Delta . BETTY .IAYNE BERGMAN, Chicago, Illinois, Vice-President ol' Wales: Senior Sister . PATRICIA BETTCIIER, New Haven, Connecticut . .IACQUBLINE BIR, New Albany, Indiana, Delta Chi Delta, Wfice- President of Hatcher Hall, Senior Sister . GEANE BIRDSONG, Greenville, Texas, Secretary of Kappa Alpha Phi, Spanish Club, Pro Musica, South Senior Sister . EUNICE ANNE BISSETT, Shaker Heiglits, Ohio, Vice-President of Psi Chi Omicron, President of Pro Musica, Burrall Chorus, Glee Club, Phi Theta Kappa!! .. I. BIXBY, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, Pledge Sponsor of Phi Phi Phi, Phi Theta Kappa ' n is BETZI JOAN BLACK, Monroe, Michigan, Independent, President of Orchesis . CIIARLINE M. BLACK, Denver, Colorado, Business Manager of Spanish Club, Senior Sister . SUZANJNE- B. BLACK, llfarren, Indiana, Phi Phi Phi, Health Council, Pr0'Musioa 'Q BAIXBIARA BLICK, Atlanta, Georgia, Treasurer of French Club, " it . Delta Phi . ALVEIXNA MAE BALFOUR, Faribault, Minnesota, Pro letic Association . PATRICIA BLISS, Oak Park, Illinois, President! , I ' 3, " Musica . CLARA JANE BALLINGER, Santa Barbara, California, ol' Sigma Alpha Chi, Tau Sigma Tau . ENID CLAIRE BOCKIUS, Sigma Alpha Chi . IRENE BAMBENEK, Winona, Minnesota, Busi- Ridgewood, New Jersey, Eta Epsilon Gamma, Pregdent of Lf lk, 3, ness Manager of Book Club V . Stephens Hall, Student Health Council imp' MQ.. 0-j ' ' 'IIN 2.1 -i-1-'L 'LM I7 Wt-4 is I r D ,. ,. '- -1'-"LJ -I GRN I I- 'A l'. l X.l.,LfJ-J'-f' G' sjs-Aj , ' M.. 2-f""1' ""' , fill FLIP" .jjvll "fu W 'if .fel 'll , KYL7 ff.,f.f..,. . . M Adnan!! JJ ,I ifviwi U IW WL 'O 4 J 0 .-Q" . I IC 'A ' I ,,. ,ffyil fr ' A4 I . f. 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MARIAN BOLLMAN, Chicago, Illinois, Beta Sigma Beta, Campus Service Board . CATHERINE BOND, Decatur, Georgia, Secretary of Eta Epsilon Gamma, Laura Stephens Senior Sister . CHARLOTTE LOUISE BONNER, Port Huron, Michigan, Beta Sigma Beta . MARGARET LUCILE BowIvIAN, King City, Missouri, Treasurer of Eta Epsilon Gamma, Feature Editor ol' Stephens Life MARGARET BCYLE, Wilmetle, Illinois, Secretary of Delta Chi Delta, Book Club . ADA BRAND, Hobbs, New Mexico, Sigma Alpha Chi, Vice-President of Pan-Hellenic Association, Participations Com- mittee, Sigma Alpha Chi . MARJORIE BRAND, Detroit, M ichigan, 'Sigma Alpha Chi, President ol' South Independents, Senior Sister . BRANDES, Chicago, Illinois, Independent, Tau Sigma Tau . .FAYE BRANSON, Galveston, Texas, Eta Epsilon Gamma, Secretary of Student.Congress . VIRGINIA BRANTING, Baaxite, Arkansas, Independent, Athletic Association, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister ANN L. BRAZNELL, MiamiBeach, Florida, Independent . PHYLLIS 'NAN BREWER, Niagara Falls, New York, Independent . Dono- THY A. BRIAN, Toulon, Illinois, Beta Epsilon Phi, House Manager South, Theta Tau Omega, Senior Sister . MARGUERITE BRIGIIAM, Oakland, California, Senior Sister . MARILLYN BRooKs, Spring- field, Illinois, Independents, Hornarts Club, Burrall Symphony Orchestra I. MARTHA ANN BROOKS, Malvern, Arkansas, Inde- .pendent,'Vice-President of Laura Stephens HELEN G. BROOM, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Independent, Health Council, Bizoochem, Pro Musica, Chairman of South Hall Senior Sisters . BARBARA JEAN BROWN, Sullivan, Indiana, Secretarial Club . BETTY JANE BROWN, Turin, Iowa, Independent, Homarts Club . MARGARET LEE BROWN, Sherman, Texas, Delta Rho Alpha,AHouse Manager of Senior Hall, Tau Sigma Tau, Phi Theta Kappa . THERESA C. BRowN, Princeton, West Virginia, Prince of Wales,'Athletic Association, Senior Sister . CAROLYN BRUNTON, 'Santa Monica, California, Book Club, Fencing Club, Bridge Club I 'Eg-5152151-J . ' I I fe ii.-'Eiiif H' " ' ,,1,,,- - . A , Ll . E .r:gf.1.f,.fg:,fg,I-, . A., I h. ,,.,...,. . ,....i,,, BARBARA ELEANOII BUEIILEIK, Wilmelte, Illinois, Independent . JEAN E. BURDEN, Detroit, Michigan, Delta Rho Alpha, Treasurer ol' Student Activity Board, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . Dono- THY BURNS, Kenilworth, Illinois, Delta Chi Delta, Athletic Associa- tion . BETTY ZOE BURR, Smith Center, Kansas, Independent, Phi Theta Kappa, Delta Sigma, Secretary-Treasurer ol' Columbia Hall . HELEN ROBEIKTA BIJRESS, Washington, Indiana, Alpha Sigma Nu, Treasurer ol' German Club . LOUISE BURRI, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Independent, Secretarial Club, Senior Sister SHIRLEY JANE BUssE, Detroit, Michigan . MARTHA CAKE, Port- land Oregon., Omega Psi. . JEANNE C. CALAVVAY, Dayton, Ohio . SARAII CALHOUN, Adrian, Texas, Zeta Mu Alpha, Tau Sigma Tau, Phi Theta Kappa . MARY JANE CAMP, Indiana, Pennsyl- vania, Pledge Captain of Sigma Alpha Chi, Senior Sister . CATHRYN ANN CAMPBELL, San Antonio, Texas HELEN ELIZABETH CAMPBEEL, David City, Nebraska . CAROLINE CANOLL, Waverly, New York, Secretarial Club, Senior Sister . BONNIE LEE CARTER, Somerset, Kentucky, Sigma Alpha Chi, Senior Sister . CATHERINE MARION CARTHAUS, Thiensvitle, Wisconsin, President ol' Delta Chi Delta . I'IELENE M. CASSIDY, Evanston, I ltinois, Delta Chi Delta, Secretary of PaII-Hellenic Association . MAIKY BURNS CAUDILL, Elizabethton, Tennessee, Senior Sister MARY TIELEN CIIALSTROM, Ft. Dodge, Iowa, Independent . JAC- QUELINE CHAMBERS, Springfield, Illinois, Senior Sister . BUTII ELIzAIzE'rI-I CI-IAPMAN, Keytesville, Missouri, Project Chairman ol' Delta Rho Alpha . IVIARY JOSEPHINE CI-IARLsoN, Eau Claire, Wisconsin . OLIVE PRICE CHARTERS, Gainesville, Georgia, Beta Sigma Beta, Managing Editor of the Stephens Standard, Board of Publications, Phi Theta Kappa, Chi Delta Phi . MARJORY CIIIPMAN, Serlalia, Missouri, Treasurer of Secretarial Club Page 50 BODINE BOIINET BOLLMAN BOND BON NDR BOXVMAN BOYIJPI BIKANIJ, A. BRAND, M. BIKANDES BRANSON BRANTING ISRAZNELL BREWER BRIAN BRIGHAM BIIOCJICS, M. BROOKS, M. A. BROOM BIKOXVN, BARBARA 5 , BROWN, BETTW M BROWN, BROWN, BRUNTON xl' ' CC , .riff ,. w ffktf w ' ' , . 'I2:,'5v' ' :lisa , - 2' 1235 Ei. . . , i 1 ..-' '29 'tm - . 4352- av ,' :lakh . ' .-- ' I I f 3 V . ' ' 'i ' w 41 . f ff 5 M ,1 -as 5 im K A 1 if Q u W ds, .3 gg J' 45x f. gk... -f xr'upv"',f ,414 A . . rw ,:xM.fL,fff-W! , 'U , ' H' ' p sf , II 5 . IL,,"il-..3,- ff K, V 1 - 5 , f g . O W . 3' '," - ' T. ' U.Qyj5QV-fOf' w JAJWWI , U A W f . .1 C A BUEHLEII ' BURDEN BURNS BURR BURRESS BURRI BUSSE CAKE CALANVAY CALHOUN CAMP CAMPBELL, C CAMPBELL, H. CANOLL CARTER CARTHAUS CASSIDY CAUDILL CHALSTROM C HAMBERS CHAPMAN CHAIN SON , CIIAIITFRQ CIIIPMAN gi? 1 r. . . in . 1 1 wr 1' v I'l 1 1 Y um f , ,- ,A-is ' , Y:-. ,Yr Q, . lx -' ' ' .4 - , Y x 'VI Y '07 -1 -,., ff 1 M .N..L 4 . .,., W .fig r F. .:2',. . g 2-. "i" j jaw ' 1. .nv g .E fy... " A-fn" -sig.. .A ,fwfr ' if - , 4 , pf Q' ,5 , ,. if 1 5 9 ENN 1 1' 5 UQ,-in . - ..:. .. . .... ...I ...Qin 1 A, .. ., ,pq .M . ,FU .::. ', ' x 'sf r 3 . , K , ' A A -V.-gm-.m,,, ,lg -'ma r 3 . A Lie. Ti 24 ,if b Qz W - 1,49 '1 , sr .. 'K f . I r' ,IJ 1 f . -QI- if . B W . , ZW L mx am Q, H. r 1592 J : , 1?"g1- ,X 1 -. .dl W f 1-,K , S 14 - , 1511 ' 11 u vL v f 2 v . 1 1 1 fW W. , -s. ' . -,Qlf . 'J J, 5' 11:1 H'f?J?1i5 ' i.. A 1 ' J "B A . ,. S r Jia . .aw L S -U ' , .: E. F x L I mf 1 gag. 2 f - L A. I ., .,,- -v- .. - W , 4 W 4 , J K xmu .L , uh., 1, ww mf V ' wf X JW - A.: A 'X Qu wg ff- r-Q. . . Iva - ' " - 09, -L ' 1- " A ' . 1 . I ' 14 'x A ..--. 2-7 . P, , 'H , isiwn N. , -W W wi., T ' K Iii . E1 1-'55-yi.. L'- I ff' ' rl V xfq I 5?wf . ' X w "m5 M L if L pif7Xf.f x 2 , ,S ' 3. if ,gr 5 , A ' . I If ',., WU WmgQjf,g ' 2 , f y V- H V 'ff .55 -We 1 -Q 2-:sd M. - .1 . , , L, w L -1. 2 4, 5' . WS Han P U Q, ' - ' iffy In F A C . E22 .L - " 7iJ"fE'f1'f'. 1 v n!MQ'j F'-Zu. . 1 .f' U - .- ug 3 .,,. ' QM! g'w,' . ,7'V k..n new F. . mf.- 1 5 - ' f 16 ER s Y' 1 E1 Y I 7 V. ,fibislw , . ,Lm,,h .. 1:2-Lf . . Qfr' ,,i., Eff 3 .. . , , . .mv L 3 f' K ..L ., isis 14? 'A .5 ww . W X 'Q . ,, X J I A. . L L. 1 .W If ' x ui' 'U' ., " -': '53, ,!LFxlg H . AWWQH . ':F.'f3, ,,,...' sk? Q'- VS' ,W ., 1.5: 1 -A , ,W 'Alf' , k?g.'1Pf 'E EW: f ,m 4 7: jg. -1:54 V ,,,, LN- , 5-1-:,3f,..gy' "fl E? P . ki-T. 1 CHIZUM CLARK. D. CLARK, M. CLARK, R. CLOGHER CLOSSON COLEMAN, E. COLEMAN, L. COLLINS CQMER CONKLING Coox, D. M. Coox, N. D. COOPER, B. - Coopnn, P. COULTAS Covnm' C1xA1G CRANE CRENSHAW Cnocrmn CRUSE CULLEN Cunln' .5,-f'c.v- Huw. TC fha CURVIHIS C G v1 5G 'MI ul DARE J gl, . DAVIS A.i'1w lnbnw 'C DAVIS I',5m'5""' Hx' D , T,ac,omw ev . AVN .mean Mm' DEAN Slat: 5,',1,,q, m09G do nv, DEICKMAN DEMENT, J. DEMENT, M. DENNY DF TAR DIMIOND DIVEKEY Dlxob DOLVE DOUGI AS DowNs D UNCAN DIJNZELXNIANN, A. DUNZELIXIANN . DURHAM EASTLAND FDDIE ILDFLMAN JANE CHIZUM, FI. Worlh, Texas, Secretary ol' Theta Tau Omega . DORIS L. CLARK. Asheville, Norlh Carolina, Eta Epsilon Gamma, Secretary of SeIIior Class, Council Ol' Class Ollieers . IVIARY JANE CLARK, Los Angeles, Californ ia, Pledge Sponsor ol' Della 'liho Alpha, Athletic Association, Prince of Wales, Senior Sister . IIUTH ANNE CLARK, Portland, Oregon, Independent, Secretary-Treasurer ol' Delta Sigma, Tau Sigma Tau, Senior Sister . IXAIIBARA CLOGIIER, Englewood. New Jersey, Publicity Manager of Stephens League, Secretary Ol' French Club, Tau Sigma Tau . CAROLYN CLOSSON, Longansporl, Indiana, Independent, Treasurer ol' Tau Sigma Tau TDMILY CARR COLEMAN, Easlman, Georgia, Delta Rho Alpha . LoUIsE COLEMAN, Canton, Illinois, Treasurer of Zeta Mu Alpha, Senior Sister . JACQUELINE COLLINS, Delroil, Michigan, Phi Phi Phi, Treasurer ol' Administrative Council, Secretarial Club . ANN COMER, Hendersonville, Tennessee . HAZEI, CONKLING, Sl. Joseph, lllissoari, Independent, Vice-President oi' Student Congress . DORIS M. COOK, Milwaukee, Wisconsin NANCY D. COOK, Ardmore, Pennsjvlvania, Independent, President Health Council, Chairman Maple Senior Sister . BETTY JANE COOPER, Walerlown, New York, Desk Editor of Life . PEGGY IVIIARIE COOPER, Cooler, Missouri, Independent, Secretary-Treasurer of Maple, Senior Sister . SARAH ANN CoIII.TAs, Tell Cily, Incli- ana, Delta Rho Alpha, I-Iomarts Club . CAROLYN RUTH COVERT, Abilene, Kansas, Independent. Burrall Chorus . ANNE LOUISE CRAIG, Greenwood, Mississippi, Vice-President ol' Eta Epsilon Gamma, Senior Sister DOROTHY .IEANNE CRANE. Chicago, Illinois, Independent . MAR- GARET CRENSIIAWV, Rochesler, Minnesota, Athletic Association . MAIIY CATHERINE CROCKEIK, Chicago, Illinois, Independent, Busi- ness Manager of the Slephens Slandarfl . LUCILLE CRUSE, Hodgenville, Kentucky, Independent . CI-IARLOTTE MARY CULLEN, Ealon Rapids, Michigan, Independent, Social Service Chairman of South Hall Independents, Prince of Wales, French Club, Camera Club, Senior Sister . IVIARTHA CURRY, Jqeksonville, Illinois, Treasurer Ol' Ilomarts Club IVIAIIY ELOUISE CURTIS. Frederick, Oklalzorna, Independent, News Editor oI'Slephens Life, Kappa Phi Delta . EMILIE LOUISEDAXCE, Houston, Texas, Vice-President of Omega Psi . AILEEN DAVIS, Chicago, Illinois . EDNA NIAYE DAVIS, Sl. Joseph, Missouri, Senior Sister . IVIAIXGARET JANE DAVIS, Glassporl, Pennsyl- vania . MARGARET LOUISE DEAN, Emmelt, Idaho, Independent BETTY JANE DEICKMAN, Fl. Thomas, Kenlacky, Beta Sigma Beta, House Manager of NVindsor, Senior Sister . JEANNE DEMENT, Meridian, Mississippi, Delta Rho Alpha, Senior Sister . MAR- GARET DEMENT, llflerirlian, Mississippi, Secretary-Treasurer of Delta Rho Alpha, Senior Sister . DENISE DELNNY, Vandalia, Illinois, Vice-President of Kappa Phi Delta, Managing Editor ol' Sleplrensophia, Senior Sister . GIXACE MAIKGARET DE TAII, Vicloria, Texas, Theta Tau Omega . GERALDINE DIAMOND, Birrningharn, Alabama I .lANE Divialciar, Aurora, Illinois, President ol' Zeta Phi Delta, Ath- letic Association, Prince ol' Wales . DOROTHYCDIXONZ INorlh Plalle, Nebraska, Independent, Laura Stephens Social Service Chair- man, Pro Musica, Burrall Orchestra . MAIXY DOLVE, Fargo, Norlh Dakota . NANCY DOUGLAS, Cincinnati, Ohio, Advertising Manager of Slephensophia, Tau Sigma Tau, Senior Sister . VELVA DENE DowNs, Columbia, Missouri, Burrall Choir, Pro Musica, Sigma Gamma Gamma . ANN HARRIS DUNCAN, Franklin, ,Ken- lacky, Pledge Sponsor of Phi Lambda Beta, President of Athletic Association, Athletic Association Representative to Student Activity Board ANNEMARJE DUNZELMANN, Clarksville, Tennessee, Treasurer of Theta Tau Omega, German Club, Senior Sister . HANSI DUN- ZELMANN, Clarksville, Tennessee, Pledge Sponsor of Theta Tau Omega, German Club, Senior Sister . VIRGINIA DUBIIAM, Okeene, Oklahorna, Independent . .IANICE EASTLAND, Des' Moines, Iowa, Secretary-Treasurer of Kappa Phi Delta, Make-up Editor of Slephens Life, Senior Sister . CAROLYN MAE EDDIE,'0klGh0flll1 Cily Oklahoma . LILA HARIHIET EDELMAN, Chicago, Illinois I l i-I, I . 1 I Ie fa . l. I ' 1 ' I l 2 , . 1, I, if I I The Train Will Cfirry Us There I'age53 .,i ,I. Q, 0 I . ll I I bfi ' NU . -1"52Z:'+'l-'eiti I mf-?'ss,? -,Q.i-i?S2EQFi3u"' I , 'rx-.m'L2f. F-1-I-sf:-fini-' greg g?wai:st,!qJ: l".'w- Ii'-laliiflrfif, 1950 1 x ' .vi .. -,, V. , we--. - ,J,73,, Itimmer in the Archway ELEANOR EDWARDS, Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Independent, House Manager of Laura Stephens . MARY VIRGINIA EDWARDS, Win- ston-Salem, North Carolina, Independent, Book Club, Pro Musica Club . ELAINE EIDE, St. Paul, Minnesota, Eta Epsilon Gamma, House Manager Ol' VVales, Senior Sister . MARION V. EKLE- BERRY, Charleston, West Virginia, Alpha Pi Epsilon, Secretarial Club . VIRGINIA EKLEBERRY, Charleston, West Virginia, Secre- tary- of Sigma Gamma Gamma . BARBARA JANE ELDRED, Grand Rapids, Michigan MARY ELI.EN ELDRIDGE, Chico, California, Treasurer of Delta Chi Deltai . JACQUELINE ELMER, Kingman, Arizona, Independent, Secretary-Treasurer Of Spanish Club, Burrall Symphony Orchestra . JUNE EPPELMAN, Haddon Heights, New Jersey . JANIE ESLICK, Amarillo, Texas, Kappa Alpha Phi, President of Civic Association, Phi Theta Kappa, Cowl . BETTY JANE ESTELLE, Bovey, Minnesota, Alpha Sigma Nu . AUDREY EUSTIS, Minne- apolis, 'Minnesota, Zeta Phi Delta, President of Bizoochem, Glee Club ELOISE. EVANS, Quannah, Texas, Project Chairman of Zeta Phi Delta, Tau Sigma Tau . MAE ELIZABETH EVANS, Anniston, Alabama, Project Chairman of Delta Chi Delta . LORRAINE SEWING, Fontanelle, Iowa, Zeta Mu Alpha, German Club . MARY C. EXTON, Muncie, Indiana, Senior Sister . ELIZABETH ANN EYMAN, Knox City, Missouri, Independent, Vice-President of Sigma Gamma Gamma . ANITA FARLOW, Mclieansboro, Illinois, Gamma Deltav Phi, 'President of Administrative Council, Phi Theta Kappa a , PATRICIA FARNSVti0P-TI-I, New Orleans, Louisiana, President ol' Alpha Alpha Alpha . MARY HAYNES FARRIS, Nashville, Tennessee . MARY MARGARET FATOUT, Indianapolis, Indiana, Theta Tau Omega .. FAITH F AYMAN, Merriam, Kansas . PHYLLIS FEELY, Seattle, lfllashington, Independent, Senior Sister . LINDA LEE FERRILL, Hozhyenilille, Kentucky, Book Club, Senior Sister ,..,,,,-I,,'J , ,,x.., f -.. . , e,,.:..,f--.--L.. .-f'fiG,"'!fEgIg ' , Q 4 -,.-1 ':, A, 'r-I - , JESSIE FIEDLER, llflorganlown, lVesl Virginia, President of Beta Sigma Beta . HARRIET FIELDS, Portland, Oregon, Senior Sister . MADELINE FISHER, Fort Worth, Texas . MARGAIIET FISHER, Youngstown, Ohio . ELLEN LOUISE FLEMING, Huntsville, Ala- bama, Vice-President of Psi Chi Omicron . BETTY FLIPPO, Co- lumbia, Missouri ELLEN BARBARA FOLEY, Bangor, Maine, Secretary-Treasurer ol' Windsor Hall, Senior Sister . MURIEL FOLEY, Akron, Ohio. Beta Sigma Beta, President of Board of Publications, Phi Theta Kappa . SUE CAROLINE FONK, Kenosha, Wisconsin, President of South Hall, Senior Sister . JANET FORRESTER, Columbus, Ohio . MARY FORSTER, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Independent, German Club . JOAN FORTIER, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma EMMY LOU FRAKES, Oak Park, Illinois, Pledge Sponsor Beta Sigma Beta . ANN W. FRANCIS, Oraclell, New Jersey, Business Manager Athletic Association . ELEANOR F RANK, Portland, Oregon . MAIKGAIXET FRANK, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Independent, Campus Editor of Stephens Life, Kappa Phi Delta . CHLORIS IONE FREEMAN, Chicago, Illinois, Independent . LORY F RIEDMAN, Fort lVorth, Texas, Independent JANE FREUDENBERG, Steelville, Missouri, Spanish Club . DORIS FRECIITLING., Hamilton, Ohio, Vice-President of Zeta Phi Delta . MARIAN GALBRAITII, Peoria, Illinois, Independent, Prince of Wales . ELSIE JANE GAMER, Billings, Montana, Vice-President Beta Phi Gamma, Hypatia Hexagon, Pro Musica . KATHLEEN GAM.MILI,, Little Rock, Arkansas, President Tower Hall, Senior Sister . LORRAINE PAGE GANNON, Montgomery, Alabama, Independent, Senior Sister Page 54 F:DNVAllDS. E. IEDNVARDS, M, Emu Euufnr-:nnY, M. ExLr:B1cmn', V. ICLIJIXIGD E1.DmDG1s ELNIER IEPPELMAN Esucx Es'r15LL1i EUSTIS EVANS, F. EVANS, M. 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IJIABTMAN fa an 1 1' Li, 'HE' WN- ' Ma, ' , A s f ' 'mx , 13 Nu. 5' M LAL ! -TW' EDNA LUCILLE GARBEII, Ashland, Ohio, Phi Phi Phi, Vice-President ol' Administrative Council, Beta Epsilon Phi, Pro Musica . PATRICIA ANN GARVIN, Clayton, New Mexico, Zeta MII Alpha, German Club, Chi Delta Phi . DORIS ELMA GATES, Cabool, lllissoari, Independent, Burrall Chorus, Delta Sigma . MARY ALICE GATES, Columbia City, Indiana, Kappa Alpha Phi, Bostrum . JANE GAYLORD, Springfield, M issoari, Vice-President ol' Gamma Delta Phi . ANN GAZELLE, Atlanta, Georgia, Pro Musica DOROTHY ANN G-EREN, Alamogordo, New Mexico, Independent, Vice-President of Secretarial Club, Chairman Columbia Hall Par- ticipation Committee . DORIS MARIE GEHIKITY, Kankakee, Illi- nois, Beta Sigma Beta. Chairman ol' Senior Sister . JEAN VIC- TORIA GILLESPIE, Grand Rapids, lllichigan, Chi Delta Phi, President ol' Lcla Haney Wood, Prince of VVales, Standard Stall, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . IKOSEMARY GILROY, Shelby, llflontana, Independent . JEANNE GODDE, Battle Creek, Michigan, President of Alpha Pi Epsilon . NAOMI GOLDSTEIN, Chicago, Illinois, Inde- pendent, Vice-President of Beta Epsilon Phi, SecretaI'y-Treasurer ol' Rostrum BETTY GORSUCH, Dallas, Texas, Kappa Alpha Phi, President of Council of Class Oliicers, President of Senior Class . BEYVERLY CIRAI-IAM, Cincinnati, Ohio, Independent, Secretary of Homarts . ELEANOR GRANT, Asheville, North Carolina, Pledge Sponsor of Delta Chi Delta . JANE GRANT, New Britain, Connecticut . ADA BELLE GRAvEs, Charleston, West Virginia, Independent . MAIKJORIE GREEN, Clayton, Georgia, Independent, Senior Sister MARY LOUISE GREEN, Clearwater, Florida . RUTII GREENFIELD, Manila, Philippine Islands . SUZANNE GREENSFELDER, Logans- port, Indiana, Senior Sister . BARBARA GRAY, Pittsfield, Illinois, Independent . MARY DEAN GRIMES, Cleveland, Texas, Sigma Alpha Chi, Vice-President ol' Hypatia Hexagon . MAIIGARET GRIOT, Chadron, Nebraska, Independent "4-'fc . WL, SK "s. We Qs 'Ili I' is ELIZABETH H. GRIPPER, Washington, D. C., Sigma Alpha Chi . JEAN GROSSMAN, Joiner, Arkansas . BARBARA IIACKER, Lansing, Michigan . DONNA HIAGEMAN, West Orange, New Jersey . LAURA .IEAN HAITIIWAITE, Chicago, Illinois, Vice-President of Alpha Sigma Nu, Secretarial Club, Senior Sister . BETTY LOUISE I'IALL, Waawatosa, Wisconsin, Independent HELEN CAROLINE HALL, University City, Missouri, President of Lola Haney Wood Independents, Senior Sister . CLAUDINE HAND, Sedgwick, Kansas, Independent, Secretarial Club . JACO- WYN LEE EIANEY, Fort Knox, Kentucky, Treasurer of Pro tMusiea, Sunrise Choir, Burrall Chorus, Sigma Gamma Gamma . GENE HANNA, Chardon, Ohio, Secretary of Sigma Alpha Chi, Phi Theta Kappa . GERJXLDINE F AYE IAI.ANSON, Dalath, Minnesota, Pledge Sponsor of Zeta Mu Alpha, Phi Theta Kappa . LAURA RAINE PIARBER, Richmond, Kentucky, Independent, Senior Sister DOROTHY HABDIE, Carlinville, Illinois, Independent, Circulation' Manager of Life, Vice-President ol' Homarts . HELEN HARDMAN, Spencer, West Virginia . JUNE I'IAIlDY, Lexington, Indiana, Inde- pendent, Board of Publications, Editor-in-Chief of Stephensophia, Kappa Phi Delta . IIUTH HAIINACK, Remsen, Iowa, Independent, Secretarial Club, Vice-President of Alpha Pi Epsilon . ANITA A. HARPEIR, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, Sigma Alpha Chi, German Club, Burrall Choir . JOAN ELLEN HARPER, Rochester, New York, Vice-President ol' Beta Sigma Beta K ' :I SUSAN MARX' HABREIIL, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma' H . BETTY HAIKBELSON, Owasso, Michigan, Zeta Mu Alpha . .IANIE KIM- BALL HARRIS, Apache, Oklahoma, Independent, Rostrum . MAR- GARET D. HAIIRIS, Denver, Colorado, Zeta Mu Alpha . VIRGINIA HARRIS, Berryville, Virginia, Senior Sister . BETTY HARTMAN, Chicago, Illinois, Project Chairman of Omega Psi, Athletic Associa- tion, Stephcnsophia Photographer , . , LJCLFEFJ gag. , K Old L7 li K .fx as-L4 ,. Snow scene at Gordon Manor ! ,l Page 57 1 1 " A I I -J 'I X, 11 , I Spencer, Clzarlers, Fiedler. Playing choo-ehoo? JEANNE HAUSFELIJ, Cincinnati, Ohio, Independent, Senior Sister JAYNE R. HAWKINS, Bowling Green, Kenlucky, Vice-President ol' Sigma Alpha Chi . MARJORIE TIAWKINS, Springfield, Illinois I g I . . ndependent, Secretary of Board of Publications . DOROTIIY T. HAWTHORNE, Winclzesler, Virginia, President Ol' Eta Epsilon Gamma, Athletic Association, Prince Ol' Wales Club . BETTY HAYES, Alexandria, Virginia . lLlA'BRlET TIECKER Milwaukee Wisc ' , , , onsin, President Gamma Delta Phi, Bizoochem Club, Delta Sigma r NORMA HEISE, Orleans, Indiana, Sigma Alpha Phi, Pro Musica . JANE H. HELM, Dflonrnoulh, Illinois, Sigma Alpha Chi, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . DOROTHY ITENDERSON, Gary, Indiana, President of Delta Rho Alpha, Athletic Association . MIKRGENE C HENNEBERG Linn Grove Iow I d d . , , , a, n open cnt, Business Manager Ol' Slepliens Life, Secretary of Alpha Pi Epsilon . MAUREEN TIEN- NESSY, Chicago, Illinois, Secretary-Treasurer of Fielding Smith Senior Sl t - ' ' IS er . MARY LOU IIENOCII, La Porte, I ndzana, President Ol' Senior Hall, Library Committee, Chi Delta Phi GEOBGEANN HERBERT, Kirkwood, Missouri, Senior Sister . ELEANOB HIGIILAND, Roland, Iowa, Alpha Sigma Nu, Burrall Choir, Homarts Club . MARGARET .JOYCE HILL, Mooreland, Oklahoma, Independent, Theta Alpha Epsilon . JOY HEI,LER, Bridgeport, Conneciicut, Athletic Association, Phi Theta Kappa . RUTH HILUEB, Shelton, lVashinglon, Alpha Sigma Nu . MAIKTIIA JULIA HISTED, Charlesion, West Virginia, Zeta Mu Alpha! Vicc- President of'Wood BARBARA Hrrz, Mound Cily, Missouri . BERTI-IA I-IOIIENBERG, Salem, Alabama, Tau Sigma Tau . PATRICIA L. HOKE, Elyria, Ohio, Book Club, German Club, Pro Musica, Sigma Gamma Gamma . SUE HOLDERIYLAN, Bremen, Indiana. Alpha Alpha Alpha, Presi- dent of Pan-Hellenic Division, Athletic Association . ANN HOOD, Dearborn, Michigan, Delta Chi Delta, Treasurer Ol' Board of Publi- cations, Stephens Life Photographer . .RUBY LAURA HOOPER Conroe, Texas, French Club 1 NIARTIIA I'l0llNADAY, Greensboro. Norlh Carolina President Ol' Theta Tau Omega . JOY HOUSER Pelersbarg Virginia Ind d , V , ., epcn ent, House Manager Ol' Tower, Senior Sister . BILLY LOUISE HOWARD, M illinglon, Tennessee, Independent, House Manager of North, I-lomarts, Senior Sister . MARY ANNE TIOYLE, llflarianna, Ar- ansas, Treasurer Oi Gamma Delta Phi, Phi Theta Kappa . MINA W. Hmrr, Rome Georgia Independent Sc ' S' , l , , , Amor ister . ELISE ITUFFAKER, Richmond, Virginia, Project Chairman of Delta Chi Delta, Senior Sister DORA I'IU'l'Cl'IISON, Kansas, Illinois, Senior Sister . DOROTl'lH' IDSVOOG, Graflon, Norlh Dakol - I , Texas, Gamma Delta Phi, Secretary Ol' Pro Musica . PATSY INGHAM, Harrodsburg, Kenlucky, Gamma Delta Phi, Senior Sister . E . . . LINOR IVEY, Beverly Hills, California . MARY LOUISE JACKSON, Iiichlands, Virginia, Delta Chi Delta a . BETTY JANE INGHAM Ozona VIRGINIA M. JACOBS, Columbia, Missouri, Kappa Alpha Phi, Presi- dent Of Day Students, Art Editor Ol' Slephens Lije, Tau Sigma Tau, Senior Sister . CORALIE JACOBSON, Pillsbargh, Pennsylvania Independent, Hypatia Hexagon, President of Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . FRANCES E. JAFFE, Osceola, Arkansas . MAR- TIIA JANE JAPHET, Houston, Texas, Sigma Alpha Chi, Prince of Wales . DOROTHY LEE JAQUES, Slaler, llflissouri, Independent, President Ol' Rostruru . MARION LOUISE JENKS, Harbor Beach, llflichigan, Zeta Mu Alpha 1 GRACE JIRACEK, Oak Park, Illinois, Treasurer of Omega Psi . AGNES JOHNSON, Haslings, Michigan, Senior Sister . BETTY VIRGINIA JOHNSON, Buffalo, New York, Beta Sigma Beta, President Of Campus Service Board . DORIS A. JOHNSON, Kansas City, Missouri . FRANCES IJIENRY JOHNSON, Crowell, Texas, Inde- pcndent, Homarts Club . MABJCJRIE LUCILLE JOHNSON, Denver, Colorado, Independent Page 5 8 H AUSFELD IJAWKINS, .l. PIAVVKINS, M. H AWTHOHNE HAYES HECKER H H1513 H ELM H EN DERSOX PIENNEBERG IJIENNESSY IHIEN OOH H E Il BERT IIIGIILAND HILL H ELLEN IIILLIER IIISTED Hrrz H01-IENBEBG HOKE I'IOLDERMAN HOOD 110011111 lx 1'1OliNAD.-XY HOUSER I'IOwA1m HOYLE HUFF PIUFFAKER H'U'I'ClIISON Insvooc INGHAM, B. INO1-IAM, P. IVEY JACKSON JACOBS .I ACOBSON JAFFE J APHET .IAQUES .IENKS .lumclsx JOHNSON, A. JOHNSON, B. JOHNSON, D. JOHNSON, F. .I OHNSON, M. M 1 HAL RQ iii MSL' 'W -Cl X N 'if . "!"4"'H f ll J .ff ' 'N 4" A fc 5 I '31 M k,:, -'LL L- as :sages , f k . -ek ,ff .Q g:.zf , XI. v ' x U.- J in .1 ' ,N f ,L I 7.-P , S, , A ,J X. x " A4475 1' , ? V ip ,Tw T . 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L gh J A T K - . , 1 WAT, . -- x, ' N 5'1" ' ' 'Q' ' f 2 LIVERS 11 N .sv : 3 "5 Wm ' .L 3. 1 - ,Lg ... 1 A5 Rag vi LOCKWOOD LORD LOVE LOVERIDGE LUCAS :Z MARTA MAE JOHNSON, Peoria, Illinois, Independent, Rostruin Club, Homarts Club . DIORMA LOUISE JOHNSON, Worcester, Massachu- setts, Zeta Mu Alpha, Senior Sister . PIIYLLIS ANN JOHNSON, Frankfort, Indiana, Gamma Delta Phi, Business Manager ol' Beta Epsilon Phi, Senior Sister . PHYLLIS MONAUGHTON JOHNSON, Oak Park, Illinois, Project Chairman Ol' Gamma Delta Phi . TUDINE JOHNSON, Redwood Falls, Minnesota . JUNE JONES, Gering, Nebraska, Independent, Athletic Association, Prince Ol' Wales MARGARET HELEN J ONES, Jackson, Ohio. President el' Senior Inde- pendents, Writer's Club, Foreign Relations Club . ERIN KAM- ERON, Houston, Texas, Independent, Consulting Editor of Stephens Life, Phi Theta Kappa, Kappa Phi Delta, Theta Alpha Epsilon, Senior Sister . NORMA ISANGAS, Columbia, Missouri . NANCY B. KELLEY, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Beta Phi Gamma . ANNA LoIs KEI.LY, Owensboro, Kentucky . MAIIY EVA KELLY, Jeff, Alabama, Independent, President of Wood, Stephens League KATI-IIAEEN KEMMERY, Spokane, Washington, Alpha Sigma Nu . ELIZABETH ANN KEUP, Shelby, Montana, Zeta Phi Delta, Managing Editor Ol' Stephens Life, President of Kappa Phi Delta, Phi Theta Kappa . BETTY ANN IKEYTON, Dothan, Alabama, Independent, Senior Sister . VIVIAN RUTH KIETZMAN, Canton, Illinois, Inde- pendent, Spanish Club, Pro Musica . ANITA JANE KING, Sacaton, Arizona, Independent, French Club, Pro Musica, Senior Sister . GENEVIEVE I'IELEN KING, Falmouth, Massachusetts SARA BESS KING, Swan Lake, Mississippi . VICTORIA ANN KING, Topeka, Kansas . SHIRLEY KNOX, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Independent, Secretary ol' Theta Alpha Epsilon . HELEN KONG- STED, Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Zeta Mu Alpha, Vice-President of Delta Sigma, Health Council, Senior Sister . JEAN KORN- IIAUSER, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Phi Phi Phi, Phi Theta Kappa . MIRIAM KRAME11, Denver, Colorado, Secretary-Treasurer of Hatcher, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister MARGARET KRETZSCIIAIAII, Detroit, Michigan . CARQLYN KIIEUS- SER, Indianapolis, Indiana, Vice-President of Board o'F"Publieations . WANDA KRE1', Stafford, Kansas, Theta Tau Omega, Senior Sister . LORRAINE ISUNKEL, Easton, Pennsylvania, Delta Rho Alpha . JANE ANNE KUIITZ, Grand Rapids, Minn.esota . LOIS SHIRLENE LAIRD, Kilgore, Texas f LOUISE LANICH, Ina'iana, Pennsylvania . CAROLINE LATHAM, Hillsboro, Illinois, Independent, Athletic Association, Secretary of Prince ot' Wales Club, Foreign Relations Board .1 ELIZABETH B. LATTIN, Washington, D. C., Pro Musica, Prince of Wales, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Senior Sister . JERRY ANN LAUDER, Ril Grande do Sul, Brazil, Sigma Alpha Chi, President Of Spanish Club, Senior Sister . IELIZABETH IJEACHMAN, Dallas, Texas, President-,of Beta Phi Gamma . JEWELL C. LEEBY, Fargo, North Dakdta, Inde- pendent, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister ' PATRICIA LEECE, University Heights, Ohio, Independent, Secretary of Student Congress, Stephens Standard Stall' . LOUISE LE!-IMAN, St. Louis County, Missouri, Independent, 'Associa- tion, President of North, Senior Sister . JOAN LEIDNER, Goshen, Indiana, Secretary-Treasurer of Laura Stephens, Project Chairman of Phi Theta Kappa . .IANIS LEVY, Birmingham, Alabama, 'Inde- pendent, Athletic Association, International Relations. Club, Phi Theta Kappa . BETTIE LINDGREN, Hilo, Hawaii, Secretarial Club . ELIZABETH JANE LIPSEY, La Grange, I llinois, Theta Tau Omega 1 V BEVERLY ELAINE LIVERS, Cannelton, Indiana . PATRICIA LOOK- woon, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Pledge Sponsor of Alpha Sigma Nu, Senior Sister . EMILY LORD, Plano, Illinois, Independent, Phi Theta Kappa, Delta Sigma . BETTE LOVE, George,r,West, Tegcasg, Theta Tau Omega, Vice-President of Senior Class "" 4, --1 ,--fl I Y! iff, "-Ll' A Ju .571 mp- . B ,, -:,",':1'., -,V V-,-L il--I, 1' .1 J Wil PW 1 3, 5151 .-'f fl 'U' 'Arial I I fc.- Mf - ii ..:1, 1.-iw .I .51 I -1, ' i"'-if 'mart LOVERIDGE, Sappington, Missouri, Chairman of Fieldipg., , l Senior Sister . JANE SINGLETON LUCAS, Ridgewood,-1Neyi ', Vice-President of Spanish Club, French Club 4 3- 'W I 'f . za" if - i,il.4'l Will -N 'ull Inq' 'X ' Aijql I 'a l A De-icers Gazelle and "Diipe" in G Iliil V. I in .gl ll fl . :ii l Q-J Page 61 Z!-Q I pai fi, ,NIJ 2" -as ,, V. AJ 'll I 1 I- J l Carol, Timmy,,Hecker, Janel. Pal, Horlense and Grace cross ihe Mississippi on a ferry. JEAN ROSE LUKENS, Honolulu, Hawaii, Independent, Vice-Presidenb Treasurer of Columbia Independents, Homarts Club . HAlXlKIE'F'F LURIE, Bexley, Ohio, Psi Chi Omicron . HELEN LUTz, A pplelon, Wisconsin, Independent, Secretarial Club . VIRGINIA LYNN, Wabash, Indiana, Independent, Vice-President Campus Service Board, Participation Committee, Alpha Phi Epsilon . JEAN MACNEIL, Newlon, lllassachuseiis, Vice-President ol' Kappa Alpha Phi . VIRGINIA A. MACNEILL, Winchester, Kenlucky, Pledge Sponsor ol' Kappa Alpha Phi MARX' FRANCES MADDEN, Fayelle, Alabama, Sigma Alpha Chi, Senior Representative of Columbia Hall . MAIKIAN MAI-IER, Rochester, New York, Delta Chi Delta, Athletic Association, Foreign Relations Club . AIRLINE MARCUS, Havana, Cuba, Vice-Presi- deiit of Maple, Senior Sister . MAXINE MARGRAVE, Springfield, Illinois, Senior Sister . MARY LEE MARS, M iddlesboro, Kentucky, President of Sigma Gamma Gamma . FRANCES MARSH, Grosse Pointe, Miclligan, Vice-President ol' Phi Phi Phi PATRICIA MARSH, New York, New York, President of Tau Sigma Tau ,. ELLEN IVIARSHALL, New York, New York . HELOISE IVLARSHALL, llflonlgomery, Alabama . PATRICIA MARTEII, Delroii, Michigan, Independent . J OY ICATIIARINE MARTIN, Clayton, New Mexico, Secretary Of Phi Lambda Beta, Secretarial Club, Alpha Pi Epsilon, Senior Sister . MAURINE MARTIN, Denver, Colorado, President Ol' Zeta Mu Alpha BARBARA ANN MATESICI-I, Zanesville, Ohio . IVIARGAIKET MATIIEWS, Milchell, Indiana . MARY CAROLYN MAURER, Lake Charles, Louisiana . TIIELMA JEAN MAXEY, Celina, Tennessee, Inde- pendent, Senior Sister . DONNA MAY, Buffalo, New York, Inde- pendent, Homarts Club, Camera Club . ELEANOR MCCOOL, Evansville, Indiana, Secretary of Alpha Sigma Nu, Vice-President of Columbia Hall JULIA ANN MCCORKLE, Tiplon, Indiana, Secretary of Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . MARY IMOGENE MCCRAE, Rolla, Missouri, Independent, President of Windsor Hall, Tau Sigma Tau, Senior Sister . Lois MCCULLOUGI-I. Cleveland, Ohio, Associate Editor of Stephens Slandard, Beta Epsilon Phi . JANE MCDONALD, New Albany, Indiana . JEAN A. MCDONAIJD, Duluth, Minnesola . IVIARGOT MCDONAIID, Srniihland, Iowa, Independent, Homarts Club JANICE MCDOUGAL, Houslon, Texas, Independent, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . COURTENAY IVICFADYEN, lI'fL'lSl1,lil'I.glOIl, D. C., Inde- pendent . PEGGY LYNETTE MCGEE, Marshall, Texas, Beta Phi Gamma . BARBARA MCGRANN, Onlario, Canada, Senior Sister . IIELEN ELIZABETH MCGUIRE, Medellin, Colombia, Alpha Sigma Nu, Vice-President ol' Hypatia Hexagon . BETTY ANN Mc- INNIS, Fairfield, California, Gamma Delta Phi, Book Club MARGUERITE MCKIM, Parkersburg, Wesl Virginia, Independent, Senior Sister . MAIKYJOYCEIVICISINNEY,CI'tlwf0I'tlS1.Jill6,Al'klll1St1S, Phi Phi Phi . MARY JANE MCKOWN, Warsaw, Indiana, Athletic Association, Senior Sister . DOIIOTHY MCIJAIN, Anderson, Indi- ana, Secretary Ol' Columbia Hall Independents . LESSYE MC- IVIULLEN, Sumner, Nlississippi, Pledge Sponsor Ol' Alpha Alpha Alpha . SUSIE LOUISE MCPLAE, Jacksonville, Florida, President of Beta Epsilon Phi, Book Club MARY IVIARGARET MEAD, Slaler, Missouri, Sigma Alpha Chi, House Manager Ol' Columbia, Vice-President of Piostrum Club . KATI-IRYN MEISTER, Aurora, Illinois, Athletic Association, Prince of Wlales Club . MARX' J O MELANSON, Boise, Idaho, Independent . JANET IVIETZGER, Lakewood, Ohio, Secretary of French Club, Burrall Choir, Phi Theta Kappa . MARJORIE MEYER, Greeley, Colorado, Beta Phi Gamma . DOROTHY INIICHAEL, Glenwood, Illinois, Independent Page 62 IJUKENS LURIE Luwz LYNN BT AC NEIL M ACNEIILL NIADDEN Mmrmx MA nous MARGRAVE MA us LIARSII, F. MAIKSH, P. MAIKSIIALI., E. M,ARSI-IALL, H. MAIKTEL MARTIN, J. MA'lX'l'IN, M. IVIATESICH MA'1'1-Imws MAUIKER .MAXEY M A Y MCCOOL NICCORKLE MCCBAE MCCIJLI.0UGI'I MCDONALD, MCDONALD, MCDON.4LD, MCDOUGAL MCFADYEN MCGEE MCGIIANN MCGUIRE MCINNES MCKIAI IVICIQINNEY MCKOWN MCLAIN MCMIILLEN MGR AE IVIEA D MEISTISIK IVIELANSON M,vJ3TZGEIi MIf:YEl1 M ICIIAEL Rv. 1 V? ,L ,' if 5 1. 1 , I .1 5 , . ' H ' V N. - - he ., vx., 4' 6 I- 5 Hx f , fi, A ,, . X, LM. mf A 2419- in 1 ,4 I A 5 is-ff, .QXZL .si -!, ,. an f is . V aff -A.. ,Q 1' ,. 1 I IL 1, . 4 ., I ,, . 1 I ,e.i,:ea?i.:. .4 'y' L I nwnnfafi-if .. X, ILLII -1- Www IW' , ,. ef- fd' ,, . V5 Q, 2.1 , V . . ! wit MICKFLSON .WIIL nl MII EQ MILLLII, L AIIILER, M MILLEIK, N MILLb, M AIILLN BI. . MOEN NIONROE NIONSON NIONTCOMFRY M6oN ' ' Moomz, E. MOO1KE,I1. - Momusx 7 NIOSIIEB 'L' f , . MM-- 4' Q' QS Ivlioiafqom Q xl MUSSETTER N ALL NEAIIPASS NEIL NEISLEE NELIAIARK NEUNER NEWSOM, C. NENVSOBI, W. NESV1'ON NICIIOLS, F. NICIiOLS, P. Nocx NOLAND NOIIBERG NOIITHFIELD OQKEEFE OKELL OLIVER OLSON OPPENIIEIM Oscoon OSKAMP OSWALD OTTEN ONVEN PAPPAS PARKS PARKER, E. PARKER, J. arP'f,, THARON LEE MICRELSON, Big Piney, Wyoming, Gamma Delta Phi, House Manager of Hatcher, Senior Sister . IIELEN LOYCE IVIILAM, llfirznfield, Louisiana, Vice-President Ol' Maple Inde- pendents, Senior Sister . ELIZABETH VIRGINIA MILES, Oak Park, Illinois, Treasurer ol' Alpha Sigma Nu, Senior Sister . LELA ISELL MILLEII, West Bend, llfisconsin, President ol' Secretarial Club, Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Pi Epsilon, Senior Sister . MARY 'BUNELLA MILLER, Mogadore, Ohio, Beta Sigma Beta, Second Vice- President of Civic Association . NORIIIA JEAN MILLER, Hays, Kansas, Independent, French Club, Senior Sister INIARCIA MILLS, Jerome, Arizona, Hobby Chairman of Student Activity Board, Chairman ol' Crafts Hobby Club, Knitting Hobby, Photography Hobby, Senior Sister . IVIARY ELIZABETH MILLS, Port Arthur, Texas . SYLVIA ASIIER MOEN, Mahnornen, Minne- sota, Hypatia Hexagon . MARJORIE MONIKOE, Chevy Chase, Maryland, Independent, Senior Sister . WILLA MONSON, River Forest, Illinois, Independent, French Club, Senior Sister . SUE -JANE MONTGOMERY, Wayne, Pennsylvania, Athletic Association sH" vf' X Vx..-f"vg:5-f"' f11UTII MOON, Detroit, Michigan, Independent, Senior Sister . ERNESTINE MOORE, Charleston, West Virginia, Independent . ELENE RUTH MOORE, Charleston, West 'Virginia . BELLE MORRIS, Spartanburg, South Carolina, President of Wood Hall Independents . ELIZABETH ANN IVIOSHER, Titusville, Pennsyl- vania, Independent . MARGARET MOSTROM, Batavia, Illinois Q,P- Q46 vw MIXRJOBIE MUSSETTER, Des Moines, Iowa . MAIKY NANCY N ALI., Sherman, Texas, Theta Tau Omega, Vice-President of Senior Hall, Tau Sigma Tau . MAIIIIIYN NEARPASS, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Beta Sigma Beta, Secretarial Club . INA CLAIRE NEIL, Tyler, Texas, Independent . MARY LOUISE NEISLER, Reynolds, Georgia, Alpha Sigma Nu, Homarts Club . MARJORIE J. NELIDIARK, Tulsa, Oklahoma, House Manager, Secretary-Treasurer ol' Student Health Council, Delta Sigma, Senior Sister I l f v'f DOROTI'IY CAMILLE NEUNER, Kansas City, llflissoufi ,a 'CAROL NEWSOM, Columbia, Mississippi, Secretary of Alpha Sigma Nu, Hypatia Hexagon . WIIIDIA NEWSOM, Columbia, tMississippi, Alpha Sigma Nu, Hypatia Hexagon, Health Council . VERNA NEWTON, Wellington, Kansas, Treasurer of Sigma Alpha Chi, Bizoochem, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . SHIRLEY NICHOIIS, Salina, Kansas, Independent, Theta 'AJp1Iat,Epsilon .' PATRICIA S. NICHOLS, Toledo, Ohio, Delta Chi Delta, 'Secretarial ENID NOCK, Buenos Aires, Argentina . JANE fNOLAND, Atlanta Georgia, President ol' Kappa Alpha Phi, Kappa PbifDelta, Phi Theta Kappa . ELIZAEETII A. NORBERG, Dong 1,Beach, Cali- fornia . JOCELYN M. NORTI-IEIELD, Duluth, Minnesota, Zeta Mu Alpha, Treasurer of Panhellenic Division . BETTY ANN O'KEEFE, South Bend, Indiana, Theta Tau Omega, Senior Sister . PATRICIA OKELL, Oak Park, Illinois, President of Omega Psi 4 If 'RUTH MAE OLIVER, Larchrnonl, New York, Secretary of Psi Chi Omicron, Athletic Association, Foreign Relations,,Phi Theta Kappa . PI-IYLLIS OLSON, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Secretary Phi Phi Phi, Book Club, Pro Musica . MARIAN B. OPPENHEIZM, Detroit, Michigan, Project Chairman ol' Zeta Mu Alpha 1. OSGOOD, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Beta Sigma Beta . JEAIJNE OSKAMP, Winona, Minnesota, Chairman of Tower Hall Senior: Sisters . MERRILLA JEAN OSXVALD, Shaker Heights, Ohio, Vice-President of South Senior Sisters -.5 LAREINE OTTEN, Springfield, Illinois, Burrall Orchestra, Signizig Gamma Gamma, Senior Sister . BETTY OWEN, Hot Springs, Arkansas, Independent, Secretarial Club, Alpha Pi Epsilon, Senior Sister . AKREVY PAPPAS, South Bend, Indiana, President Phi Phi, Phi Theta Kappa, Tau Sigma Tau . ARDELLE PARKS, Seattle, Washington, Independent, Assistant Literary Editor ,of . .5..Y,l: . . -.'v1.- f'i':' .,,,.,.,, ,413-:A I,--, , ., ,-Si! , I ' I 1:,--l"?.' ' 'feiiii jf . . -,I ' ' ffl, ' .ji li-1,5 - , . 14 1' a I -,-iii! ff :Q . - I . f If rv - ii 1 A I 1 -,.. ,In , ,, I 4 I-:..- G1 s . . ' - ' Yr - . ,',,l1Ihi'fl'1 Stephensophza, Stephens Standard Stall . ELLEN C. PARKEIM, gg-,triage Maysville, Kentucky, President of PS1 Chl Omlcron .., 1- ,gi - fjnffig , , - I 'ri fill:-.-jg, ELIZABETH PARKER, New Haven, Connecticut ' I puff ' ' j I 5.-Q I -Ll?Tf I I' Ili "- .. l if ' ,. I It'f'sf2v35i?-3 ' . 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Kg' 1 , ., ,f 1 ,X 1 l ' ' I I l ,r P jf.-f ' ' If f .1 I I , fl Dtoyyofiil ft tl ,fr f 4-J . .ff - ff' If .IND ,gy - y , ,gi . I! .. fflf, Of lf 17 f - t ly, If ' C7 rf! ' .IU ,fi I , I n 0' 1 Lfjlf Jil, I! fy -'I 1 iv if w A 1 If' tiff MAHj0RI9Q PARMELEE, Bound Brook, New Jersey . NANCY PA'1'1'1sON, Chicago, Illinois, Treasurer of Independents, Athletic Association . ELOISE PENNER, Whitewater, Kansas, Independ- ent, Phi Theta Kappa . NAN PENNINGTON, Jasper, Alabama, Gamma Delta Phi, Senior Sister . PEGGY PEPPERS, Parkersburg, 1 West Virginia, Burrall Cabinet, Senior Sister . MARY ELAINE PERKINS, Warren, Ohio, Independent BETTY ANN PETERS. Benton IIarbor, Michigan . BETTY PI-IILLIRS. Mernphis, Tennessee . NIARGARET HENDERSON PHILLIPS, Delmar, New York . MARGARET LOUISE PHILLIPS, Denver, Colorado, Secretary of Tri Alpha, President Chi Delta Phi . JOYCE LESLIE PHLEGAR, Johnson City, Tennessee, Independent, Secretarial Club . MARGARET PICK.-XRD, Mexico City, Mexico, Independent RITA POGRERT, Owasso, Michigan, Zeta Mu Alpha . LOIS PORTER, Cinciimati, Ohio, Project Chairman of Phi Phi Phi, Book Club, Pro Musica . FLO POWELL, Rockmarl, Georgia, Theta Tau Omega, Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Hall . MARY JANE POWERS, Terre Haute, Indiana, Independent, Pro Musica, Senior Sister . VERNIE MARGARliI'l' P.nA'rER, Atlanta, Georgia . ALYCE MAE PROTIS, Chicago, Illinois, Vice-President of Senior Hall Independents VIRGINIA RADABAUGII, Hastings, Minnesota, Social Chairman of Phi Phi Phi, Foreign Relations Club . MARY FRANCES RATCLIFFE. Webb City, M issouri, Senior Sister . ETHEL RIXYNEIK, Fort Collins, Colorado, Kappa Alpha Phi, Business Manager ofthe Slephensophia, Vice-President of Day Students, Kappa Phi Delta, Senior Sister . ANN SYBIL REINHARDT, Del lVIonte, California, Sigma Gamma Gamma . MARCELLA ISEINHARDT, llfebster Groves, Illissouri, Secretary Omega Psi . WILMA .REYEIL Camp Barklay, Texas, President of Army Anchor Club, Book Club, French Club -L.. MAIK.IO1KIE L. IAEYNOLDS, Ava, Missouri . BARBARA JEAN RICH, Liberty, Texas, Independent, Hypatia Hexagon . .IEANNE RIC!!- ARDS, Port Huron, Michigan, Independent, Senior Sister . ALICE M. IROBERTS, Dallas, Texas, Independent . MERCEDES ROBIN'- SON, Chicago, Illinois, Vice-President of Independents . BETTY ANNIE ROBSON, Charleston, West Virginia, Zeta Mu Alpha, Secre- tarial Club IWOIKMAJEAN ROE, Cheyenne, Wyoming . LOUISE RGNAIJ, Monroe. Jldichigan, President Alpha Sigma Nu . CAROLYN Ross, Yakima. Washington, Independent, Senior Sister . CIIARLOTTE RUSSELL. Fort Worth, Texas, Zeta Phi Delta . IQATIIRYN liYAN. Highmore, South Dakota . PHYLLIS SAP!-'ERS'l'P1IN, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Independent, Spanish Club PIUTII CORA FRANCES SAWYER, Houston, Texas. Senior Sister . F. SCAREOROUGII, Pennington, New Jersey, Alpha Sigma Nu . EL.AINE SGHALZ, Aurora, Illinois. Secretary of Zeta Phi Delta, Stephensophia photographer . N ANCY SCIVIMITT. llflankalo, llflinne- sota. President of German Club, Sigma Gamma Gamma, Senior Sister . .I EAN SOIIOUTEN, Keokuk, Iowa. Delta Chi Delta, Burrall Cabinet, Senior Sister . DCIIIOTIIX' SCI-IULTZ, Davenport, Iowa, Beta Phi Gamma. Chi Delta Phi ANN C. SCRUGGS, Hampton, Virginia, Health Council . JANET SELBY, Gallatin, lllissouri, Independent, Ilomarts Club, Secretarial Club, Phi Theta Kappa . DOIIOTHY L. SEVERANCE, Hollinsville Colorado, Treasurer of Alpha Pi Epsilon, Burrall Chorus . MARI- LEE MAE SENVAHD, Peoria, Illinois, Alpha Sigma Nu . JANE F. SI-IARP, University City, MI'ssoari, First Vice-President Ol' Inde- pendent Division . IVIARY JANE SIIEIUXELL, Delrose, Tennessee. Project Chairman ol' Psi Chi Omieron, Secretarial Club, Stephens League Page 66 PA HMB LEE 1jAT'l'ISON PIBNNEII PE NNINGTON PEPPERS P E IIKINS PEIIIEIIS 131-IILLIPS, B. PHILLIPS, M. H. PHILLIPS, M. L. 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I BLEY STUDEEAKEII STUDT STLITSMAN S UTIVIERLAN D .IVIAIKY I.. SIIIMP, Blackwell, Oklahoma, Zeta Mu Alpha, Pro Musica . NATIIENE SHOFER, Keokak, Iowa . BETTY Rosie SIMMONS, French Lick, Indiana, Senior Sister . ANNE M. SLAUSON, Bing- hulnplon, New York, Secretary and Treasurer Senior Independents, Prince ol' Wales . JEAN E. SLAUSON, Binghamplon, New York, Independent . EDITI-I M. SMITH, Normandy, Missouri, Zeta Mu Alpha, Theta Alpha Epsilon, Senior Sister ELAINE SMITH, Oak Park, Illinois, Independent, Secretary-Treasurer North Hall, Senior Sister . ESTHER MAE SMITH, Chicago, l ll inois, Independent, Vice-President ol' Fielding Smith Hall, Senior Sister . GLORIA SMITH, Horner, M innesola . MARGARET .l. SMITH, Concord, Georgia, Theta Tau Omega, Athletic Association, Secretary- Treasurer South Hall, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . MARY BLAKEMAN SMITH, Owensboro, Kelzlucky, Student Activity Board Representative, Theta Alpha Epsilon, Senior Sister . IVIARY JANE SMITH, Oak Park, Illinois, Independent, Vice-President North Hall, Senior Sister IVIYIKNA H. SMITH, Columbus, Ohio, Independent, Athletic Associa- tion, Burrell Cabinet . SALLY Lou SMITH, Bangor, Maine, Athletic Association, Prince ol' Wales, Senior Sister . VIRGINIA L. SMITH, Denver, Colorado, Senior Sister . MARY LOUISE SMUTZ, Peoria, Illinois, Project Chairman ol' Alpha Sigma Nu, Athletic Association . MAIIGEIIY Lois SNYDER, Owensboro, Kenlacky . MARJORIE SOENKE, Davenporl, Iowa, Independent AUDIXEY SvoRonA, Cicero, Illinois . JANET SOBENSON, Indian- apolis, Indiana, Kappa Alpha Phi, First Vice-President ol' Civic Association . JACQUELINE SPALDING, Indianapolis, Indiana, Independent, Advertising Manager ol' Slephens Life, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . PATRICIA SPAULDING, Delroil, Michigan, German Club, Phi Theta Kappa . .IOANNE SPEARS, Crawfords- ville, Indiana, Independent, Vice-President of Tower Hall, Senior Sister . MARTIIA SPENCE, Cleveland Heighls, Ohio, Vice-President Pro Musica, Senior Sister MYRA JANE SPENCER, Roswell, New Mexico, Secretary of Inde- pendenls, Athletic Association, Secretarial Club, Camera Club . SARAH SPENCER, Fort McPherson, Georgia, Treasurer Kappa Alpha Phi, Secretarial Club . GEORGIA SIcEzAs, Huron, South Dakota, Phi Phi Phi . Dorus SPIEGELBEIIG, Sl. Louis, Missouri, Zeta Phi Delta, Secretary ol' Civic Association, Secretarial Club, Alpha Pi Epsilon . GRACE SPILLANE, Bloomfield, Conneclicul, Sigma Alpha Chi, Secretary of Student Congress, Librarian of Book Club . DOIIOTIIY SPoERI., Searsdale, New York, Independent, Pit-sideni of Foreign Relations Cluh, Phi Theta Kappa E BETTE SQUIER, Delroil, Michigan . MARGARET JEKN STA1-IL, Berger, Texas, Treasurer ol' Phi Phi Phi, See1'eta1'itiI,Club,HA1pha Pi Epsilon, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . BIIRNICEISTEIGLEK, Hoi Springs, Arkansas, Independent, Secretarypof TauQSigri1a1'Tau, Senior Sister . IVIARJOIKIE STEINKRAUS, Westport, 'Connecticut Alpha Sigma Nu, Burrall Dramatic Club . JUNE' STERLING, Chicago, Illinois, Vice-President ol' Senior Class, Vice-President of council of Class Ollicers, Beta Epsilon Phi . IDA STEVENS, llflasonlown, Pennsylvan ia, Sigma Alpha Chi JosEPI-IINE STEXVART, Carpenleria, California, Sigma Alpha Chi, Secretary olf Athletic Association . LILLIAN STIELER, Comfort, Texas, Independent, .President ol' Wales I-Iall, Literary Editor of Standard, Secretary-Treasurer ol' Chi Delta Phi, Senior Sister . BETTY JANE STINSON, Wimlelle, I llinois, Pledge Sponsor of Omega Psi, Burrall Chorus . MARJOIIIE E. STIRNEMAN, Winona, Minne- sota, Athletic Association, Senior Sister . MARTHA STOKES, Edge- wood, Rhode Island, Treasurer of Beta Sigma Beta, Tau Sigma Tau . ISENNIE STONE, New Holland, Georgia, Project Chairman of Theta Tau Omega JOSEPHINE ANN STRATTON, Washington, D. C,, Independent, Theta Alpha Epsilon . BONNIE J. STRIBLEY, Merrill, Iowa . PRIS- CILLA MAE STUDEBAKER, Beloit, Wisconsin, Independent . MARY ANNE STUDT, Independence, Kansas, President of Phi Lambda Beta . GEIIIKLDINE STUTSMAN, Condo, Norlh Dakota, Independent, Treasurer of Sigma Gamma Gamma, Senior Sister . VIRGINIA SUTHERLAND, Ilfladison, Wisconsin, Independent, Vice-President of Lela Haney Wood, Senior Sister , Evening fashions-Gammill and Cleveland f rl Page 69 I X---A Blue Monday RUTH ANN SWALLUM, Spencer, Iowa . .IEANNE TATE, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Beta'Sigma Beta, Vice-President ol' Student Activity Board . CLYDE TAYLOII, Tampa, Florida, Eta Epsilon Gamma, German Club,pPro Musica . MARILYN LOUISE TAYLOR, Chicago, Illinois, Treasurer of Phi Theta Kappa . MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR, Yuba City, California, Independent . MAIKJOIIIE TEACHER, Indian Rocks, Florida, Treasurer of Book Club BETTY LEE THEIS, Webster Groves, Missouri, Independent, German Club, Homarts Club . ALICE M. THOINIAS, Scarsdale, New York, Theta Alpha Epsilon . PATRICIA ANNE THOMAS, Las Vegas, Nevada . IVPARJORIE .IEANNE TIIOMPSON, Dallas, Texas, President of Columbia Hall Independents, Glee Club . MARY LEE TIBOR, Spring Hill, Alabama, Treasurer of Theta Alpha Epsilon, Senior Sister . BETTE JEANNE TILTZ, Larchmont, New York, Burrall Cabinet, Tau Sigma Tau, Senior Sister LOUELLA TOLBY, Tolleson, Arizona, Delta Bho Alpha, Stephensophia photographer . LUCILLE TOLRY, Tolleson, Arizona, Phi Phi Phi, Briggadettes . ROBINETTA TOMPKIN, Lahaina, Nlaui, Hawaii, President of Independents . FLORENCE E. TOOTIIAKER, Centralia, Washington, Gamma Delta Phi . ELEANOR TOWNSENIJ, Detroit, Michigan, Zeta Mu Alpha, President of French Club . MARTHA .JANE TRENT, Knoxville, Tennessee, Independent, President of CO- lumbia Hall, Child Study Club, Phi Theta Kappa EYELYN D. TURNER, Nashville, Tennessee, Kappa Alpha Phi, Secre- tary of Tower Hall, Senior Sister . BARBARA TUTTLE, Wichita Falls, Texas, Independent . BETTY JANE ULVANG, Duluth, llflinne- solo, Vice-President of Zeta Mu Alpha, Senior Sister . SHIRLEY VAIJIETT, Detroit, lldichigan, Secretarial Club . JEAN Y. VAN CUREN, St. Clairsville, Ohio, Independent. . PAULINE VAN HORNE, Kenilworth, Illinois, Independent, Senior Class Second Vice-President, Council of Class Oliicers, Sunrise Chorus, Senior Sister '-..., PHYLLIS VAN SLYKE. Louisville, Kentucky, President of Maple Hall, Orchesis, Senior Sister . JUNE VARNER, Wichita, Kansas, Inde- pendent, Secretary-Treasurer ol' I-Iypatia Hexagon, Burrall Class, Senior Sister . MARY LOUISE VAUGITEN, Canton, Ohio, Inde- pendent, Vice-President ol' Windsor, Senior Sister . DOBOTIH' VEITII, Englewood, New Jersey, Chairman of Wales, Senior Sister, Athletic Association . BARBARA VICKREY, Riverside, Illinois . DORIS WAGE, Manitowoc. lVisconsin, President of VVales Inde- pendents, Senior Sister DOROTHY WAOGONER, St. Louis, Missouri, Theta Tau Omega . MAIKTHA JANE WALICER, Houston, Texas, Independent, Pro Musica, Sigma Gamma Gamma . MARY ANNE WALTER, Minneapolis. Minnesota . VIVIAN' WAMPLER, Toledo, Ohio, Tau Sigma Tau . RUTH WVATKINS, Columbia, Missouri, Beta Sigma Beta, Literary Editor of Stephensophia, Standard Staff, Burrall Orchestra, Chi Delta Phi, Phi Theta Kappa, Kappa Phi Delta, Senior Sister . ANGIE CARROLL WATSON, Dallas, Texas, Beta Phi Gamma, Senior Sister .BETTY WAUGH, Iola, Kansas, Delta Rho Alpha, Athletic Associa- tion . IVIARTIIA L. WEAVER, Snyder, New York, Secretary ol' Student Activity Board . MARGARET WEBB, Tallulah, Louisiana, Homarts Club, Senior Sister . BARBARA JEAN WEBER, Detroit, Michigan, German Club . MARJORIE JAYNE WELLS, llfebster Groves, Missouri, Vice-President Of Delta Chi Delta, Senior Sister . MYRA WELLS, Chicago, Illinois, Secretary OI' Beta Sigma Beta, Athletic Association MARY IIELEN VVEST, Tyler, Texas, Proofreader-Editor of Life, Senior Sister . WILLARHNA WEST, Montclair, New Jersey, Treas- urer of Psi Chi Omicron, Athletic Association, German Club, Ste- phens League . NEL B. WHELESS. Hattiesburg, Mississippi . MARY JANE WHITAKE11, Minneapolis, Illinnesota, Zeta Mu Alpha . RUTII H. WIIITCOAIB, Chicago, Illinois, Prince of Wales Club . PATRICIA ANNE WHITE, Davenport, Iowa, Pledge Sponsor ol' Zeta Phi Delta - Page 70 SWALLUM 'l'A'rls rFAYl.0lK, C. VFAYLOR. M. L. TAYLOR, Ll. E. 'l'1-IACHER Tunis Tu0MAs, A. VFHOMAS, P. THOMPSON, D. Tmon Tufrz TOLBY, LOUELLA TOLBY, LUCILLE TONIPKIN TooT1-1AKEn TowNsEND THENT TUnNEn rFU'l'TLE UIJVANG VALLETT VAN Cumslv VAN HORNE VAN SLYKE VARNER VA UGHEN VEITH VICKREY W AGE WAGG0NEn Q T fi- , Q' Aw' A ' A gd' y. .4-" .1- H.. ,nf . fl H ' 1 ali .. IFF E. A ..,. J WALKEII Q " W , , WALTEIK 2 Er: 70 WAINIPLER A if ig . WATKINS 'F' WATSON ' kia 9.6 1 WAUGH WrAv1:1x WEBB Emil: WELLS, M. Wm Ls, M. WEST M. W1 si, VV WHLLLSS W1i1TAIxFII WHITCOMB WHHE -1' Z. ,.'. Y. E515 QW-. L-Q 'sg -5 x.,-B r R 'Q' ,fx ,dw IQ! 1 1 A . H ff.. XC' TWV WF: Aff... , x . . H WMC.. . N . 1 -I J . 1-u 1 vm , V- ,Q . N. ,1 - . -,L .1- , 3f':.L..,: :A if Y , - , .,'.4?--2...f-5.5: I jf ff A , ' Yr 45 , -1 w vu M 45 i, 1 ,Eye 3 ' "Q .1 if xx 9 61 4, 7 M ' fi 7 :'f ,...., . C W if V ,A A ' Q' .E ai? vi A if hull I I ,. A if iw 'i I X vii I v I wisp-af: :f,,, :LLg7 25 gfzg1 . ,iigiil 5, I K- lg, I XVHI'I'EHI5AD WVILLIANIS VVILSON, A. W ILSON, C. VVILSON, M. VVIILSON, N. -:I P, .f fi , l -- A as ,Zi iff" "': ' -. ' " , qi- 'wife 'l f 2 XNISNER .I 'g-,M Wrrnncx -f- A Ag WOLF, B. g' - 3 , WVOLF, IVIAIIGARL1 3' , 1, Nw, , rl NVOLF, MARIIJELLL :Ie ...., '- 5 uf f :Ill I " ,I XVOLVERTON ,375 if -I 4? l YVOOD -9 I , vm 'H' VS OODY, lx. VVOODY, II. VVOIITZ ZIIICKEL ZYBIQLL ,Brin JLAN WVIIIFFIIEAD, Indianapolis, Indiana . MARILYN IJ WIILIAMQ bprinq Ilzll Alabama, Independent, Athletic Association, lx ,'Pre-Ident Ol Prlnu Ol' NVa1es . ANNA LOU VVILSON, Merion. lHLg,7"PerInsylIianza Delta Rho Alpha . CLAIIII3 A. VVILSON. Norris, II I Tennessee Secrctiry of Beta Epsilon Phi, Book Club . MOLLY 1 IVAN Wu SON Mullan Idaho, Hypatia Hexagon, Phi Theta Kappa 4, NPII M XRTINX XVII SON, Miami, Florida, Phi Theta Kappa . I 'VJIBAIIBAIIA WISNLII Cleveland Heiglzls, Ohio, Independent. Theta hm Alpha Epsilon Senioi Sister . ELLYN E. WITBECIIC, Vernal, Ulali, 4 Delta Rho Alpha Book Club Phi Theta Kappa . BETTE LOU F fl WOII' Terre Haule Indiana, Ihdependent MARGARET WOLF, Oak Park, Illinois, Independent, German Club . fMAIuor.I.LIs WOIJF, Maquon, Illinois, Independent, Pro Musica . MARY JEAN WOLVERTON, Olney. Texas, Independent, EditOr-in- Chiel' Sleplzens Life. Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Phi Delta, Senior Sister . CHIIISTINE WOOD, Princelon, Kenlncky, President of Burrall Class, Phi Theta Kappa, Senior Sister . KA'I'uuYN VVOOOII, Danville, Virginia . RIIEA IVIAE XVOODY. Ellfingliarn, Illinois, Briggadettes . En IDELL WORTZ, Ferl Srnilli, Arkansas, President ol' Fielding Smith. Athletic Association, Senior Sister . PATRICIA ZIIKCKEL. La Crosse. Wisconsin, Project Chairman of Kappa Alpha Phi . MARY EIILEN ZYIIELL, Lake Cily, Iowa, Independent, Treasurer of Athletic Association 2' if If ,ppm 41? ,wg ffm, nf -i ' ,.iI. 3,1555 XE. ff?" li, :I zz li , fiery, K 0, Ewen! was A9 1 51 - A , X .1 5 -...A WN wa -.ig Q.. F I 1 as 'iff ,w ui' Tm L A :.'.,.. am 'W 11 QQ 1 A un- , ' .N ,, -5, 'ul sl K Q 1 5- 1- .15 , WWE" ,, fffrnge , -2-EN W:-wi W M 1,1 'A EJ' H' ff 1, Ya., 5 ,MR ' F1-. . '-.rV1s,, ,, , 55:5 :Q .FI w z l MH mf' 1..,..:H,..1u Y' QL r "::5:'- 2552112 i'Fli'I:1v : - ,-V91 :Q 1r:3Ef'i,:.:1'-1,5 975533 M! A 1",5.Q4ziL1t,,'4 ':3.. A-A' .f , - zmsaivaff' . . , ::':Z..f3. . ,Z 'IL . ,,':'w1g:uwgaf3f E'-gf" ., -' L2.p:Q wfif-..g : "'Wgf:e.H 5+ 521115: g5ve??42:1' -Lf! ,5 'f,1'q11Lfi!-.55 Lg- U, ,M -arf ff' F5 21131 " 91 H, ,- 4, . JJ. 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M55 fx f - ' wrfij '- ggfjfil "' ,Q if M My 25355559 is Af by 11-f?fa ' Wm X -, wi 'EE nxunxx 5 QV. iw xl .H"" H 11' in - ' wi. . fix 35:41 ,, if E, 'sir 2-3? E: milf w ,W -,. NM , hfiiff "A ,mf 4 , gl' . ml :N 35,1-A AEM" -K-1-g S V. ,sb . ,Nm ' u mg?- vw 'ww W t , ,www-1 ' 'wiwaf "2 M Q55 '- ai 4 lw9P25'?5' M13 my Sf fn W X V ami is , 1 1 -x F . ik.. wi - aww 5 -lx! ,F ,,.gl"E" .Agfa If the purpose of the Juniors' green hair ribbons is, as the Seniors assert, to distinguish the Juniors from Seniors, these badges of youth should be sold in the spring, since by that time the uninformed observer would really find it impossible to identify girls as members ofthe two classes. The year at Stephens has made many changes in the Juniors: startlingly white saddle shoes have given way to the conventional dirty grayg sweater sleeves push up above the elbows and slide down again more easily than they didg and the feather-edged baby bobs have grown into long, smooth manes. Much more important, however, are changes not so easily visible. New poise and maturity, new spiritual values have become part of the personalities of the these Seniors-to-be. The junior year at Stephens is in reality a period of training for the leadership which is both the responsibility and the reward of being a Senior. By participating in student govern- ment, as Junior representatives, by learning to live as good citizens in residence halls and class- rooms, by being introduced to social service pro- jects through sorority and Independent groups, and, as voters, by learning to select their campus leaders, Juniors prepare to transmit the Ideals of Stephens to a new group of girls the following year. By their poise, capability, and the many evidences of loyalty to the Stephens spirit and tradition which they have shown, this year's Juniors have proved their readiness to accept the responsibilities which will soon be theirs. I. Front row: .AMES Ross, T. M. G-EE ANDREYVS ROGERS, J. Middle row: WEBB, P. SNOW WILMETH DEEGAN IQIRKPATRICK CARDINAL Back row: C11A:sn3Ens, H. K. GOEBEL MULLEN MERRILL, D. NELSON, V. w JOHNSON, B. D. N CLEVELAND SJEBMNG Q MWJ E Until the Junior class officers were elected, well after the lirst semester was under way, a steering committee was formed to supervise the work- ings of the class. Chosen because of outstanding leadership records in high school, and also representing different sections of the country were: Jane Ames, Virginia, Mary Ellen Andrews, Nevada, Helen Chambers, Oklahoma, Betty Lee Cleveland, chairman, Ol1io, Bonnie Jean Deegan, Washington, Dorothy Gee, Florida, Edith Goebel, Illinois, Bonnie Johnson, Illinois, Jean Kirkpatrick, Texas, Doris Merrill, Minnesota, Barbara Mullen, Iowa, Virginia Nelson, Georgia, Jean Rogers, Nebraska, Thelma Ross, Tennessee, Shirley Snow, New Jersey, Patricia Webb, Missouri, Rose- mary Wilmeth, Indiana, Mary Wixsen, Kansas. Working under the direction of Betty Gorsuch, President of the Seniors, and Dr. Phillip Powers, Junior sponsor, the committee planned all convocations and a picnic to arouse Junior class spirit. They also supervise the Quiz Program, which took t.he place of the Junior Jollies, and laid plans for the J unior-Senior Banquet. Page 70 Truly representative of the varied interests and backgrounds of Stephens students were the live girls elected to lead the Junior Class this year. Jane O,Brien served as President, Barbara Tucker as First Vice-President, Joan lVlacDougal as Second Vice-President, Joan Smith as Secretary, and Bonnie Deegan as Treasurer. A new idea used by the Juniors of '42 was the sending of notes of thanks to all students who participated in any class activity. Joan lVIacDougal undertook this task, as well as directing the Junior project for the year. A pledge to uphold Stephens traditions and standards during 1942-43 was one outcome of the project. Barbara Tucker, First Vice-President, was in charge of all class social activities. She demon- strated her ability to the entire student body by organizing the J unior-Senior Banquet, one of the most successful on record. Besides her interest in merchandising, Joan Smith, one-half of the Smith twin-sister team, was correspondent to the national magazine .Mademoiselle for Stephens College and made an efficient secretary to the Junior Class. Bonnie Deegan, Treasurer, was one of the busiest of the group, since she presented a financial report each week during the year. Known on campus as "O.B.,,' Jane O'Brien was noteworthy for her forcefulness and her wealth of ideas. Wo1'king with Jane and the other oflicers was Dr. Phillip Powers, Sponsor. ,- X I Tucxnn, B. First Vice-President MACDOUGAL, J. Second Vice-President O,BRIEN President DEEGAN Treasurer SMITH, J OAN Secretary l a .. .. Page 77 new N 'Q ABELSON AERAMS ADDISON ADKIN S Im- - , ' 'II 'fs A f A T- AIIRENS ALEXANDER ALFORD ALLEN 'A' I ' jfs. ff: ' .j f -s ' " N. fi . f.N ,. ' , ' ' -if U 26" , A ,fx A-' 4- A . A. I 5 , fig, U, '-fi: :K ' ' 5 , I' I '.-.-lklimhle ' " -, .1 .I A4 ALSOP AMICK ANTHONY ALTERMAN ANDERSON ARMSTRONG ALVAREZ ANDRAE ARNOLD AMES ANDREWS ASH Grin greels Hell Day coslumes. Yes, Helen, we llioughl il was funny loo. I As.: 1 'fa , '. ex ..g'ii 11 1 W ASI-IBY AUGUSTUS AVERILL BAKER, L ATHERTON AUSTIN BAIl,EY', B. BAKER, P ATKINS AU'1'EN BAILEY, M. BISLABAN AUGUSTINE AUTREY BAKER, B. BALLEY R OSELYN ABELSON . LAURA JEAN AERAMS PATTY KENT ADDISON . BARBARA ADKINS . J AYNE AHRENS . GIKACE ALEXANDER . FRANCES ALEORD . . SARAII ELIZABETH AI,I,EN MARY :EMILY ALSOP . JANE ALTEIKMAN JANE T. ALvAREz . JANE O. AMES . JANET AMICK . . JJILLIAN D. ANDERSON JEAN L. ANDIIAE . . MAIXX' ELLEN ANDRENVS . MAIKGARET GRAY ANTI-IONY IJELEN ARMSTRONG . . GLORIA ARNOLD . MARILYN ASH . . ALICE ANN ASIIBY ANITA ATIIERTON . ELIZARETI-I ANN ATKINS LUCILE AUGUSTINE . Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania Chicago, Illinois . . . Boise, Idaho Santa Monica, California . Butler, New Jersey . Elmhurst, Illinois Cryslal Lake, Illinois . Dallas, Texas Oskaloosa, Iowa San Anlonio, Texas lwobilc, Alabama Quanlico, Virginia . Loup Cily, Nebraska . Olympia, Washington lVIilwaukee, Wisconsin . Alinden, Nevada . Sikeslon, lllissouri . . . lllidland, Texas Greensboro, Norlh Carolina . Canlon, Illinois . Jackson, Tennessee . Walnut, Illinois . Jackson., Tennessee . Alberl Lea, llflinnesola Page 78 -,gf ,. ..- ARCROI' ARNARD A BNI' TT faffi 5 I I - '1'L7"?E,3i ' ,i ,,. l A X ' glgz. -5 2 'HE lu A - Q C177 I .3 ' .-" JE A I I I' I 7 if I my I, 2 , Q A . ,J 5 A ANSRACII M ,T , . 1433? 5 Q.. 5-1 If A' fr 5: - -"Z ' I V ga V 2 1 - . " ,sf - ,T 'L --aw V' ' ' - I. M ' -ix ,QT R " Y - . "X ' ---f : 14 "T - E: ,. C If V - ' ., "V '- ' Sai, I ,- , 561 XX Ri J- ' 'fl Af' J W Y TS"'l': "-J BARRETT D. . BARTLETT CBAZE BEATY BELL BABBINGEIK BASSETT BEABOUT BECK BENDER BARRON BAUERLEIN BEASLEY, B. BECKER BENN ABARTI-I BAYLY BEASLEY, M. BEEKS BENNETT JANE AUGUSTUS . PIARRIIIT ANN AUSTIN PIIYLLIS AUTFN . IIELENE AUTHEY . JEAN EDI'l'l'I AVERILL . BEVERAI Y ARLINE BAILEY NIARJIIS Lou BAILP Y . BETTY LOIs BAKLII . LOIS ANN BAKER . PHYLLIS ANN BAKFI! IDA MAE BALAIIAN PATRICIA BALI EY . VEIKA LCUIS BANSRACII VIRGINIA LEA D. BAllCli0l"'l' CNROLYN BAIKNAIKD . IUNE BARNETT . . DOROTHY M. BARRETT . MARY LOUISE BARRINGEIX ALYCE IRENUS BARRON ANN BARTII . . MAIXY ANN BAllTlIE'FT . BETTINA C. BASSETT JOAN BAUERLEIN . BETTY JEAN BAYLX' . Page 79 Farmer Cily, Illinois . . El Paso, Texas Lancasler, Pennsylvania . Denver, Colorado . Tampa, Florida . Kansas City, Missouri . Wyoming, Ohio Las Vegas, Nevada Madison, Wisconsin Las Vegas, Nevada Chicago, Illinois . Surrey, England Sl. Joseph, Missouri Brownsville, Tennessee . Venlura, California . . 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BOLSTED BOWSR Y BRANNO N BRE SK IN BLANC BOBO BOND BOYLE BRANSFOHD BRIECS 1.1, 4 , - I: M. ur I - - It ll'-ff 4 I so-V .1- I if .:1"3-in I BROSIUS BROWN, E. D. BROWN, E. L. BROWN, J. .. 5: . ,A Aa. ' ii, Wilmington, Delaware . Clayton, Missouri . Laramie, Wyoming Wyoming, Illinois East St. Louis, Illinois . . Austin, Teras Englewood, New Jersey . New York, New York . Colfax, PVashington Brookhaven, Mississippi . Richmond, Virginia Scarsdale, New York . Laredo, Texas hdiarni, Florida . Stamford, Texas . tllartinsville, Virginia Tiptonville, Tennessee . Evanston, Illinois Armstrong, Missouri Park Ridge, Illinois New Hope, Alabama Sujfern, New York lllayfield, Kentucky Palatka, Florida BROVVN, M. BRUNING BROWN, M. A. BUCK BROVVNE BIIDINA BRUDER BUFORD, fllCllALDYN S. CAPLAN . CAROLYN CAIINEY MARY CAROLYN CARNEY G1-:oRC1E C AROTHEIKS ELIZABETH D. CARROLL H UTH CARTER . MAlH1'lIA ANN CASEY . MARILYN K. CASSIDTY IJIIYLLIS CAST . KITTY CLAIRE CITIALK IIELEN K. CHAMBERS . 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GREENE GROTNES GIKAINGER GREVING GROVER GRANDJEAN GRIMES GUHMAN GRAY GROGAN GUsTAvsoN BETTE JANE GIFEORD . LOUISE GILL . . JANE MA?-IE GILMAN . DORIS GITTLEN . ANNE B. GLASS . MARX' E. GLATLY EDITH JANE GOEDEI. . MARIIIYN A. GOEHLER . NATALIE GOLDEERG . GERALDINE GOIJDMAN . JOAN GOOD . . JUNE GOODMAN PATRICIA GOODYEAR . RUTH GOTTLIEB . . ELIZABETH ANN GRAHAM . MAliGARE'l' E. GRAHAM . SHIRLEY ANNE GRAHAM . BETTY JEANNE GRAINGEIK DOROTHEA M. CIRANDJEAN GEORGIA V. GRAY . . MAIXYLIN E. GREENE . BARBARA H. GREVING VIRGINIA GRIMES . . .IACQUELINE GROGAN G USTINE HA DLOOR GWINNUP HAASE HADDOW HAGUE . Toledo, Ohio llflobile, Alabama . . . Cisco, Texas Grand Rapids, Michigan . Brownsville, Tennessee Burnsville, Norlh Carolina . Ilhaca, Illinois . Chicago, Illinois lVIcAlesler, Oklahoma Evansville, Indiana Wheeling, Hfesl Virginia . . Glencoe, Illinois Decatur, Illinois Tuskegee, Alabama . . Olney, Texas Bellingham, lfVashinglOn . . . 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I: , nr.:-W" L..-I F - ,A .I :. 1-Jf 1. ffl :V 'i!'A'Il5I7i L - '- 'JI " SWR u -' V.-Il 1- , RANKIN, J. RANKIN, R. LRASMUSSEN READY JEAN RANKIN . RUTH RANKIN . . MARTHA LEE RASMIJSSEN MARIAN READY . . MILDRED D. IKEDLICH . DOROTHY REED . . NANCY S. REED . MAIXY M. RETBOLD . . FRANCES ANN REINI-IAIIDT FERN JXEMINGTON . . MARY ANN REPLOGLE . PIELEN RHOADS . . MAIIY E. RICE . ELEANOR RICHARDS . . PATRICIA ANN RICHARDS LUCY E. RIC!-IARDSON . DOROTliY M. RIIS . MAIKY RILEY . NANCY S. RIVERS . HAI.CYON H. ROACII . BARBARA ROBERTS JANE C. ROBERTS . . VIRGINIA M. ROBERTSON SALLY ROBINS . . . PUZJDLICH REED, D. REED, N. S. REIBOLD REINHARDT REMINGTON REPLOGLE RIIOADS Port Washington, New York . Yakima, Washington Scarsdale, New York . Warren, Ohio . Butte, Montana Silver City, Mississippi . Silver City, Mississippi . . Dayton, Ohio Kinderhook, Illinois Milwaukee, Wisconsin . Lander, 'Wyoming Pine Camp, New York Mountain Grove, Missouri . Buffalo, New York . . Athens, Texas Bluff Dale, Texas . Mobile, Alabama . Pensacola, Florida Charlotte, North Carolina . Memphis, Tennessee . Emporia. Kansas . Alma, Michigan . . Boise, Idaho Youngstown, Ohio RICE I1IIS RICHARDS, E. RILEY RICIIARDS, P. A. l1IVERS RICHARDSON ROACH he ELIZABETH ROBINSON .IEANNE D. ROBISON . MARTHA M. IXOCKEY DOIKOTHY E. ROEMER BETSY E. ROGERS . JEAN JOAN ROGERS . MARTIIA ANNE ROOT BETTY ROSS . . MYHA JEANNE Ross THELMA M. ROSS . NANCY LEE RUBEN SI-IIRLEY LEE RUE . ANNE W. RUSSELL DOROTHY RUSSUM . MIGNON L. RUTH . DOROTHY MAE RUUD BARBARA J. RYAN . ELIZABETH D. SAMES LOIS K. SAMRSON . J EANNETTE SAMS . LORRAINE SANDERS BARBARA R. SANDY . HLELEN B. SAVAGE . DOROTIIY SCRARR . ROBERTS, B. ROBERTS, J. C ROBERTSON ROBINS ROBIN SON ROBISON ROCKEY ROEMER Branford, Connecticut . Dallas, Texas . Quantico, Virginia . Bowling Green, Kentucky Columbus, Indiana . York, Nebraska . Bufalo, New York Hattiesburg, Mississippi Indianapolis, Indiana Nashville, Tennessee Minneapolis, Minnesota Springfield, Illinois Jackson, Tennessee Omaha, Nebraska n Longview, Washington Fargo, North Dakota . Des Moines, Iowa . Laredo, Texas Washington, Illinois Anchorage, Kentucky . Freeport, Illinois Martinsville, Indiana . Tulsa, Oklahoma Springfield, Illinois ROGERS, B. E. ROSS, M INOGEP-S, J. J. ROSS, T ROOT RUBEN ROSS, B. IXUE -I" W., . J UNE SCIIARF . PIELEN SCIIILLINGER ROSE SCIIMERMAN . IKEVA S. SCHNEIDER . Doms SCIIUESSLER MIIKIANI G. SCIIULT . SIIIRLEY SCI-IUMACIIER . NIAIIGAIIE1'SCIIUTT . IVIARY SCIIUTT . VIRGINIA SCHYVALM , BETTY Lou ScoIsIE , PIELEN E. Sc0'rT . MAIlII,YN D. SEABURY EMMA SEIFEIKT . . PHYLLIS R. SELIGMAN CLAIRE SELLMAN . MARIE Sl-IAMBLIN . MARY ALICE SIIARPE EIJEANOIX E. SIIAWV .IACQUELIN SHAW . MARY F. SHAW . MARION L. SIIEEIIAN BARBARA SI-IERMAN Doms JANE SHERMAN . Cleveland Ileiahls. Ohio . Bloom inglon . Illinois . Denver, Colorado . Winona,lWississippi Chicago. Illinois Elkharl. Indiana Chicago, Illinois Col urnb ia , M issonri , Colzunbia, hflissoari Lillle Rock, Arkansas . Honolulu, T. H. Clinlon. Iowa Delro il, Michigan , Lincoln, Nebraska . Baslrop, Louisiana Gallalin, Missouri Tuscaloosa, Alabama . East Chicago, Indiana . . Peking, China Shaker Heighls, Ohio . Boonville, Indiana Oakland, California Wayne, Pennsylvania Beverly Hills, California Bolslall gels away from il all-including 'Sophie photography. SHAW, M. F. SHEEIIAN SI-IERMAN, B. SHERMAN, D. J UssE1.I. RYAN SANDERS SCIIARF, J. SCIIUESSLER SCHUTT, MARY' SEAIIURY SI-XAMBLIN Ussum SAMES SANDY SCHILLINGER SCIIULT SCI-IWALM SEIFERT SHARPE UTII SAMPSON SAVAGE SCI-IMERMAN SCHUMACIIER SCOBIE SELIGMAN SI-IAw, E. E. UUD SAMS SCHARF, D. SCI-INEIIJER SCHUTT. MARG. Sco'r'r SELLMAN SHAW, J. H Q I 1 lm., t I , Q -- 1 ' . 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STANLEY SPENCER, V. STARK . . Cisco, Texas Marshalltown, Iowa Decatur, Illinois BETTY ANN SIEBENTHALER JAYNE M. SIEFERT . MARGARET M. SII-ILEII . SUSANNE SIPPERLEY . PATRICIA LOU SISSON . PATRICIA E. SKADLANIJ ANN L. SMALL . . SHIRLIANNE SMATHERS CHERRY SMITH . . ELLEN .IAYNE SMITH . EVELYN JANE SMITH .JANET M. SMITH . .IAYNE SMIT1-1 . JOAN SMITH . JOYCE SMITH . . . MARCARETTA W. SMITH MARJORIE A. SMITH PEGGY Jo SMITH . VIRGINIA M. SMITH . KAT1-IIXYN L. SN APP SHIRLEY SNOW . . Dayton, Ohio . Scott Field, Illinois . Litchfield, Illinois Danbury, Connecticut Marion, Indiana Fargo, North Dakota York, Pennsylvania Rochester, New York . Dallas, Texas Tulsa, Oklahoma . Monroe, Louisiana Siloam Springs, Arkansas Downers Grove, Illinois Indianapolis, Indiana . Indianapolis, Indiana . Vancouver, Canada St. Louis, Dlissouri . Tulsa, Oklahoma . Milwaukee, Wisconsin . Urbana, Illinois South Orange, New Jersey Page 98 4-5 WALLIS.. '55 STEVEN STRAIN SUN STINNETT STRAXVN SWEETLAND STONE STROUSE TAIIIIICN STONE!! STUBGIS TARR MAIKION A. SNYDER Owensboro, Kentucky ELENA SOUIXANT . . Belleville, Michigan MARGARET B. SPARKS Birmingham, Alabama JACQIIELYN SPECTOR Chicago, Illinois BETTY JO SPEES . . Columbia, Missouri ALBERTA SPENCER . Idaho Falls, Idaho GLADYS M. SPENCER Wauwatosa, Wisconsin VIRGINIA SPENCER . Columbia, Missouri PHYLLIS M. STAAB Lake View, Iowa MARY STAINUSAUGH . . . Ada, Ohio ELNORA K. STANLEY Barrington, Illinois MARY J. STARK . . San Antonio, Texas ANN STEIMER . . Edgewood, Rhode Island MAIKY JANE STEIN . . Miami, Oklahoma l'1El..EN C. STEINKE Shawano, Wisconsin ELIZABETH G. STEPHENSON . . Kansas City, Missouri ELAINE STEVEN . JOYCE L. STINNETT . PI-IYLLIS A. STONE . MAIIY F. STONER MAIXY JEAN STRAIN MAIXX' STRAWN . .IOAN STROUSE . DOROTHY STURGIS Page 99 . Omaha, Nebraska . Plainview, Texas Dalton, Georgia Sedalia, Missouri Great Falls, Montana Morgantown, West Virginia Columbia City, Indiana . llfletropol is, I l l inois if t QL... The :uf-as TERRY THOMAS, J. ITIFFANY, THACKSTON THOMPSON, M. J. TILLMAN, THISTED THOMPSON, J. E. TITUS THOMAS, A. L. TIIURLRY TODD SUZANNE S. SUN . . IIELEN V. SVVEETLAND MARY LEE TALLEN BETTY JEAN TARII MARY A. TERRY . JOAN THACKSTON . DELAINE THISTED . AUDREY L. SFIIOMAS . .I ANE THOMAS . . MARILYN J. THOMPSON JEAN E. THOMPSON SARA LEE THUIXIIBY . PATRICIA ANN TIFFANY CAMILLE M. TILLMAN MARILYN TITUS . BARBARA ANN TODD . JZEVERLY TOWNSEND . DOLORES JANE TRELANIJ CTAIL A. TRENIBIIETT . MARJORIE FI. TRESSELT PIIYLLIS TSCHUMY . . .BARBARA FFUCKER . SHIRLEY L. 'TUCKEH MARY Fl. TUI,lIH' P. A. 'TONVNSEND C. M. TRELAND TREMBLETT TRESSELT . Springfeld, Ohio . Piedmont, California . Columbia, Missouri Hallsville, Missouri Huntsville, Alabama Uniontown, Pennsylvania Great Falls, .Montana Princeton, Illinois Topeka, Kansas . . Beloit, Wisconsin Calipalria, California Scarsdale, New York . Eugene, Oregon Vicksburg, Mississippi . Evanston, Illinois Buffalo, New York Lead, South Dakota . Riverside, Illinois Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Evansville, Indiana . . Fremont, Ohio Tuscaloosa, Alabama Ypsilanti, Mich igan El Paso, Illinois 'I7 E TSCHUMY TUCKER, B. TUCKER, S. TULLY ! Lisl ,A .Vw R. WU, V I f 8 an get 1 A gs. . Af is L. BETTY JO T URMAIL . ELIZABETII MAIXY TURNER EMILY .JANE TURNER . FRANCES TURNER . NANCY W. TURNER . GENEVRA B. UNDEllV5'0OD MARY ANN UNTIIANK . DORIS VAN ANTNVEIIP BETTY VAN K.EPPEI, . BERYL B. VAN VECIITEN . VIRGINIA LEE VEACH . JUNE E. VEBER . . ANNA MAE VEMMER MARY C. VENNUM . HELEN VINSON TONI VOEIJKER . HIIJDA VOGEI. . PEGGY W. VOGT BETTE VOTRUBA . JOHNETTE WALDEN . ANN M. WALKER . HII.DA F. WAIJKER . MARX' LOU WALKER LORETTA WAI,I,ACE . . Beiford, Indiana Nlobile. Alabama . tWartinsville, Virginia San Antonio, Texas . Lynchburg, Virginia Winchester, Massachusetts . . Chicago, Illinois . Paw Paw, Michigan . Kansas City, Missouri Bradford, Pennsylvania Sheridan, W-fyoming . Kellogg, Iowa Gerald, Missouri Paducah, Kentucky . . Tucson, Arizona Lake Providence. Louisiana . . Midland, Texas Evanston, Illinois Des Moines, Iowa Shreveport, Louisiana . Tampa, Florida . Kansas City, Missouri . Moscow, Idaho Columbia, Missouri TURMAIL TURNEIK, N. W. VAN KEPPEL VEMMER VOGEL TURNER, E. M. UNDEBWOOD VAN VECHTEN VENNUM VOGT TURNER, E. J. UNTI-IANK VEACII VINSON VOTRUBA TURNEII, F. VAN ANTW'ERP VEBER VOELKER WALIIEN K 1, .4-T: .. .... " A ..n..L, Q .- .., X V F5680 J NIARJORY C. WALLACE . ARTA J. WALTEIR . BETTY LOU WANTZ . MARGAllE'l' A. WARR BOBBY JEAN WARREN . JANE WARXVICK . . HELEN WATSON . ELORA JANE WATT . RUTH L. WAY . BETTY L. NVEAVER . PATRICIA J. NVEBB BETTY E. WEBER . SUZANNE L. WEBEIX SHIRLEY WEEMIIOEE . .JOYCE F. WEGNER HELEN WEIJDON . JANICE E. WELl.BROCK . MARY WELLER . . COLLEEN WELLS . . CHARLOTTE WE1'HEllALD LOYCE F. WIIAR'l'ON . DORIS JEAN WHEELER BETTE WHITACRE . EDITH F. WPIITE WALKER, A. M. WALKER, H. F. WALKER, M. L. WALI.ACE, L. WALIJACE, WALTER WAN'I'z WARR twarlinsburg, West Virginia Grand Rapids, Minnesota . Milwaukee, Wisconsin Park Ridge, Illinois . . Gilmer, Texas Wes! Palm Beach, Florida Petersburg, Virginia . Austin, Texas J'Vahoo. Nebraska . Loiiisburg, Kansas Grain Valley, Missoiiri Schenectady, New York . Miami, Florida Ridgewood, New Jersey Roslyn Heights, New York Bridgeport, Connecticut Woodbury, New Jersey Portland, Oregon . Ashland, Kentucky Grand Blanc, Michigan . . Lufkin, Texas Greeley, Colorado . l'Vaynesburg, Ohio lllelrose, Massachusetts . C. WARREN WAY WARWICK WEAVER WATSON WEBB WATT WERE I. . , , , I I V I ' .- .-r-Q ' ' .af .':'41J-r5'.- 'I .-I ff --'I-II, Q I , , -, 1 . 9 ge - I- Iva'-I N ' If . ,LJ ,.'r2-55,41 ' 'Lf L5 I 'I . Q. :rIi'Ii+'l"'f,':.-' -, II 1 Q51 LIQVWPI.-'figs mf - I .I 'IFJ , . ,. - , .VL . , C.. FI, K B 1 . I I -I X I H, U, IK I I , L Is 4 II . 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Dakola . Evansville, Indiana . De Land, Florida Wesl Palm Beach, Florida Los Angeles. C'lLlIzf0l'lZ ia WIIIAIITON VVHITE, M. N. WII.L WILLIAMS, M. JANE WHEELER WIIITEIIALL WILLIKIKD W ILLIAMS, M. .l EN. NVIIITACIIE XVHITLOCK XVILLIAMS, H. XNILLIALIS, N. XVIIITE, E. F. WILKINS WILLIIKNIS. J. W'II.LIAMS, R. Thai' nwrnenl of suspense-lor Sue and Belly Jean. Who is the lellerfrom? XVILLIS, P. WILLIS, R. W'ILMAI1TH WILMETII WIIISON, D. J. WILSON, M. L. WILSON, N. M. NVILSON, U. M. XIVINSLONV VVINTEII, 11. I. XVTNTERS, A. WISHON .., I , Ji. F ,Mg I 3' E 'E . iQ -6, 5 . 1' ' - A ,g in , 3 A I W4 . A - K' 'fiff' V Q9 , g If Q L I W' II 1 J I GQ V , .LE i,E..:l ' Q ' A -"1 .I-, 5. A -I I '1- K 'I y, fnfilni -' 5 -'-'-' 'S - '23 ' A . f ' ' 1: 11, .I ' req: . A ' 1' 350.3 f ' . . ", ' Y - " , - -- .. " Q ' 1- 'f . .. 'if' . I '. ' I . -I I . ' I 'N .off I I-If 3' T I . Q I FE az' ' A- K . ' " T I I , V jlsfzgff . . I -fl - V , Q I. ' V, jg. ' ' A Q . ji ' I . 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YEAGEH YOUNG. L. I. Zonusn Yocum YOUNGDAHL Txmoc Nicky and Wilmelh sruiif fall breezes . Emmy. Bonnie, Wuille, and Marly do a Iillle discordunl hur- mmzy . Hashday? . . . The hour qf parlmg . . . z-z-z-z-siesla Curtis leers as Juniors buy green ribbons. 1 RUTH ALNN WITTY . JEAN C. WOILLARD . MARY L. WoLcoT'r CLEO MAE VVOLFE . CECILE ,M. WOLPEHT ZEDITH VVULVERTON . CRI4Z1'lC VVOOUS . DOROTHY W OODNVA mm VIRGINIA P. Wimomf MAm'uA ANN W OOLMAN . 'M A no Alum' Womi . IZLEANOR W'1uc:HT . LUCILLE W nofrwowsxl x 4 Pleasant Pla ins, Illinois . Anchorage, Kentucky . Yslela, Terms . Tulsa, Oklahoma Chicago, Illinois . Olney, Texas Oak Park. Illinois . liloonzinylon. lnrliana Pillslnzrglz, Pennsylvania . Allaniri. Georgia . Elkharl, Indiana Evanswlle, Indiana I nglewooil, Cali-Iorn ia Hamillon. Ohio MARY A. WU1LLE . . -Eminglon, Illinois CARo1,YNE M. WYLLIE VVILBUBTA XVYNANT . Plymouth, Indiana JOAN WYBE . . . Wausau, Wisconsin Birmingham, Alabama EVELYN R. YARBIKOUGH . London, Ohio ANN YAUGEI1 . . . JEAN WIAE YEAGER Port Ilnron, Mich iyan El,IZAl3E'l'l'l A. Yocum . Tucson, Arizona FRANCES YUUNG . . . Clarion, Iowa LA VON 1. YOUNG . Bismarck. Norlh Dalcoio DOROTHY YOUNGDAHI, . . . Evanslorz. Illinois BE'1"rY ZOEl.L.NER . . Mounlain. View, Oklahoma BARBARA ZULLER . . . . Delroil, Michigan CATH :WN Tl'lROCKlN10ll'l'ON Moberly, Missouri EW as I. A 1 Q5 I I' N 'WTA " .i . V sw? 76235: " , 'X a AH ' il,.-"Q" 'I 'I ' L A , W ---Q-,:-V- .ax i I I' 1 RSM, 1,-J 115' ",a.gg5,wi5, ' 3 1 'f'E'fi 3 ' 'iw' w,,Wt,N3j,,, C Q5 -Q, ,wpw H , ' - ,T 1 gggf-S5-M21 W 2 444, fi Wiki ' vu f5?W"" U H335 ' if , . e :QU -I. "la I homic- MNH 'I' ,, 51 F ., V ' f , AA Vb4- I Vg, ig b h' L YJ , f .. .. .11 Xu . , v. - ,rF-fs' ,VYV . 1 ' .1:'A1l'- L,g'f':-,'- '- 5 lf PM-:xg A- 2..:,,jj.:,:."":" , ,W , ,Z .i -. A I' 5 I 561 , ' 3 -YW F , -.. 1' 4A r mw- -Q S . . . I . ,E3f33'::s."if,'5217?j5if:gf ' - if fll'.1,-gji.:' , Wu t V 5 K JMU s,,A Q K 1 4' ' f 4 I A v xt! A' ' u . 2 fe 'iii Y , w p 'I ,, ,. Members of the Freshman-Sophomore class count themselves fortunate to be able to spend more than two years at Stephens. They have an opportunity to study many subjects which cannot be included in the usual two years' course. They learn, also, to accept responsi- bilities in a way which leaves them well fitted for major campus ollices during their Junior and Senior years. It is interesting to notice how many Freshman-Sophomore girls do hold office in the clubs and sororities to which they belong. Fielding-Smith, stronghold of the Academs, is known as one of the gayest and most friendly halls on campus. An after-census surprise party, held early in the fall, helped start the year in accordance with this tradition. During the spring, hopscotch on the front walk was popularg the players were not all Freshmen-Sophomores, however. 'A - ' , V -. fy: 1'g1f3g,Q'- I , A 4 iya .L Q 'lffiiifh T " WA s. ,, -, -, - " A: - . ':- '- : ' , V . . "T7'fT'i 5'::""f'fZ, QM ' .V- ' -' x 4 1-lgligligt -. .. til? is Y .5 ,ew gf:- . Y V ,Elf v ,e xhyy . ig me? ,L fy 49 - .j .. II .... 25.4 BOOTI-I K. V. BREECE M. E. BRUECRNER CAIKDINAL CHASE, M. MARY F. ACKER KATI-IERINE V. ALLEN MARY EMMA ALLEN AUDREY C. BALDWIN BUTI-I E. BATTLES . BETTIE ANN BOOTII . PATRICIA DEAN BREECE PATRICIA L. BRUECKNER HELAN JANE CARDINAL MOLLY M. CHASE . MARY PATRICIA COOK . GEORGENE L. COVERSTON MARY LEE CULL . . PATRICIA CURTIS DRUSILLA B. DARR JANE D.AVISON . . ELAINE ANNE FEICHT . PATSY LOU FORTIER . JULIE M. GAILLARO . VIRGINIA E. GAUNTLETT Page 107 COOK, M. P. COYERSTON CULL CURTIS, P. DARR 5' . .LIL ..'--..4... -. I X.. I . W, ..: QI 'W .. E4f"?21fIII.I" PIQTISEIII I II u Wi-Ipaq-eg J' IIILII-If: in- II III fix I S, III AM K -I. - I Q I A I W ...?.,,52IJ:I..::I.Ig.I INL:.f'F""l L" " " -HY . 's I , f I gi.. A I, . LL.. I A "' ' I I f - .. 49, .A .-, , . . A WI II III I I I I X. V , . .,,...,, I ,J N T Qi, i A ' L I "zz, I. I - - . AA 4 . I DAvIsON GILBERT HILTON FEICI-IT GOODWVIN HINCKE FORTIER, P. GOULD I'IOUSE GAIIILAIKD GRANT, N. JOHANNSEN GAUNTLETT HA'RMAN KAMEIi0'N, P. Charleston, West Virginia . . Atlanta, Georgia . Sikeston, Missouri Saegertown, Pennsylvania . . Ghardon, Ohio Sumter, South. Carolina . Portsmouth, Ohio M inneapol is, Minnesota Woodruff, Wisconsin Eugene, Oregon Clzieago, Illinois . . Mexico, D. F. North Vernon. Indiana Grand Rapids, Michigan Winston-Salem, North Carolina . Washington, D. C. . Chicago, Illinois Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . Mobile, Alabama Columbia, Missouri J EANNE E. GILBERT . BETTY SUE GOODWIN DOROTHY LOUISE GOULD NANCY GRANT . . MARION RAY I'IAHM.-KN . BOBEIE LEE HILTON . CATHERINE L. IIINCKE . ELIZABETH K. HOUSE KATIIRYN D. .IOHANNSEN PATRICIA ANN KANIEIKON DORIS D. KAPLAN . . EOLYNE H. IQELLY . ROSERIARY KNOWLES . KAROLYN M. IQOEHLER BETTY JEAN Loos . . SARAH LORENZ . LUCIA LUFKIN . J ACQUELYN MADDOK ALICE JANE MARTIAING ELIZABETH S. MASLAND KAPLAN KELLY, E KNOXVLES KOEHLER Loos LORENZ, S. . H. LUFKIN MADIJOX MAIXTLIN G MASLAND . Minden, Nevada Albertville, Alabama Watertown, New York . Palo Alto, California . Chicago, Illinois Denver, Colorado . . Bermuda . Payson, Illinois Oakland, Galuiornia . Houston, Texas Sioux City, Iowa Washington, D. C. . Dallas, Texas . . Dayton, Ohio Wauwalosa, Wisconsin . . Toledo, Ohio Wailuku, Mui, Hawaii Huntingdon, Tennessee . Washington, D. C. . Carlisle, Pennsylvania I a I 5' W. Ei. II km M T, JOANN MCGIIEE . ELAINE D. NAF1'AI,IN PIIOEBE ANN NELSON . BRTY JEAN NIDAY . PATRICIA .I UNE PEAHSON . IVIARGAIKET LOUISE PORTEOUS SHIRLEY D. PRIEST . . BETTIE RABUSHKA . NANCY REED . . MARY MAY B.ICE JOAN P. JAIEGER . PAT PLITCHEL JOAN ROBERTS . . LUCINDA B. JKOBEIKTSON . GAIAA SAMRLINER . . ANNE E. SAIKGENT . IELIZABETH A. SCI-IIERER MAIRY JANE SHADINGER . BEVERLY JANE SIIEETZ EVANGELINE SLADE . SUZANNE N. SOWLE . Bellaire, Ohio Minneapolis, Minnesota . Peoria, Illinois . . Cleveland, Ohio Kansas City, Missouri . Seattle, Washington Detroit, Michigan Clayton, Missouri Austin, Texas Waco, lVlissoari Chicago, Illinois . Centerville, Iowa Minneapolis, Minnesota . . Orange, Virginia . Avon Lake, Ohio Keene, New Hampshire Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . Indianapolis, Indiana Martinsville, Virginia . Chicago, Illinois Long Lake, Minnesota . '11 if QL-'f 4,3-2':'i .. .,,,,s,f ,.,3r.w 1,31 V, . , ,si A 1 I .J Sec relary G AXLLARD-I C U31-15, ULKE ' ARA Treasurer, ln sidenl, BMT VXQON, V'ce I TC sldeflf E DA, ' 4i.rSi L ' ice-Pre t row: JAN A BEQR, FQ Second V Fron MAYKTIK Y PEARSOI I X own wi 1 T5 Q, SK ack rv ' l XA r R0 B presulgixl class Sponso , HEY ' MH- 5 HELEN SPANN . E'fHEL ANNE STARR ELRENE C. STEIN . ELOISE STUCKEY . NANC1' JANE TAYLOR LESLIE JUNE rrILDEN . BETTY B. TRUESDAII.. UNITY M. UIKQUHART . BE'r'I'Y L. WILCOX . QNIARTI-IA JEANNE WING . VIRGINIA MAE NVOODBRIDGE JEAN STOREY ANDERSON . ANN AUCHTERLONIE . JANE BENTLEY . BARBARA C1-IENEY . CORA J . COY . . BARBARA W. CURTIS JUNE P. DANGLADE . . MARJORIE MAE DUDERSTADT DOROTHY B. GOLDSTEIN . JOYCE A. LIANCOCK . BACIIAEL TIAYVVOOD GLADYS M. J ANSEN . ZELDA LEA JONES . MAIKY L. IQUNKEL . HELEN MAIIGARET LEE ROSEMARY D. LEWIS MARIA E. MASON . MARY A. MCLARTY . MAIIGARET MOIIR . . . JULIA ALLEN MONTCOAIERY NANCY HELEN MUSGRAVE . PAULA L. OLIVER . . CATHERINE A. POND MAIKY JOY HOOK BETSY ROSE SACHS CLARAII ANNE SMITH SALLY S. SMITH . . ALICIA ANN L. STANLEY . DOROTHY UNDERNVOOD . GLORIA JEAN VAUGIIAN . . . Anna, Illinois . Milwaukee, VVisconsin . Peoria, Illinois . Lepanto, Arkansas Brownwood, Texas Kansas City, Kansas . Pasadena, California . Bristol, England . Hollywood, California Beloit, Wisconsin . La Junta, Colorado Carl isle, Pennsylvania Birmingham, Michigan . Los Gatos, California Wynnewood, Pennsylvania . Tulsa, Oklahoma Grand Rapids, Michigan Lovinglon, New Mexico Excelsior Springs, Missouri Murfreesboro, Tennessee . Pensacola, Florida . Sheridan, Wyoming . . 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Students of government and social problems can gain first-hand knowledge of the principles of group living through participation in Administrative Council. Campus Service Board provides practical experience for hose girls interested in directing or taking part in community service projects, Board of Publications offers work on magazine, yearbook, or newspaper to the journalism student, every government division holds out comparable opportunities for growth. Not only is student government organized to include all phases of campus life in Civic Associa- tion, but individual groups of officers handle the problems of' each of the classes: Freshman-Sopho- more, Junior, Senior, and Apprentice. The Council of Class Ofhcers is the clearing house for these organizations. Beside her part in campus government, every Stephens girl can find self'-expression in the Radio Department, the Stephens College Theatre, and the classes and open hours in the Art Department. Rehearsals require many hours of time, clay modelling or etching is inclined to he messy, but when a student sees the finished product, whether it is a radio show with unusual sound effects perfectly timed or a graceful pottery figurine, she feels it is well worth the effort. lndustry, like other virtues, has its reward, the pin of one of the nine honorary sororities. These groups, in addition to their other contributions to campus life, afford recognition to those girls who have done outstanding work in any of their various fields. Honorary sorority pictures represent the students who have best used their scholastic and creative opportunities and who have been, in the true sense of the word, industrious. Because the aid in the development of mental strength and physical health, two of the aspects of the Good Life, the activities included in this section are an integral part of Stephens' Four-Fold Iflfogfillll. Page 113 JANIE ESLICK Tall, soft-spoken Janie Eslick of Amarillo, Texas, has served Stephens well as President of Civic Association. To her executive and administrative responsibili- ties Janie has brought a capacity for hard Work and forcefulness in dealing with others. She has been successful as Presi- dent of C. A. because she believes in Stephens, its students and its plan of organization. She has been successful in her personal life because of her faith in the Ten Ideals. CIVIC ASSQCIATICDN Every student who enters Stephens automatically becomes a member of Civic Association and is entitled to vote in the elections at which its major officers are -chosen. Dr. Merle Prunty, head of the Extra-Class Division, is Sponsor of C. A. Elected in the spring of 1941 to serve for the school year 1941-42 were Janie Eslick, President, Janet Sorenson, First Vice- President, Bunny Miller, Second Vice- President, Doris Spiegelberg, Secretary, and Laura Lee Drane, Treasurer. DR. PRUNTY, SPIEGELBERG, Somaxsonz, ESLICK, MII.LER, M. B., DHAN1: 'A' Page 114 Front row: SPIEGELBERG SORENSON ESLICK DRANE Back row: Gonsucu DR. PIIUNTY TOMPKIN RICHARDSON FARLOW O'Bn1EN ABBATE CURTIS, P. Woon ROGERS, J. J. Srcmsr Klnxvivrmcx J OHNSON, B. VVILMETH Gnmzrrv ASHLEY Three new divisions, Student Congress, Independent Division, and the Council of Class Olficers, were added to Civic Association this year, making eight major divisions in all. The other organiza- tions were: Administrative Council, Pan-Hellenic Council, Student Activity Board, Campus Service Board, and Board of Publications. Besides the presidents of the campus divisions, Legislature con- sists of the President of Burrall Class, the Senior Sister Chairman, the President of the Junior Class, the President of the Freshman-Sophomore Class, and five representatives-at-large. It is the task of Legislature to formulate policies and rulings on all problems of out-of-class life. Reports from the major divisions were presented at the weekly meetings, and faculty suggestions were discussed. The aim of Legislatiue has been to do as much as possible to help every student become happily adjusted to life at Stephens. This year a new plan was outlined whereby an investigation of Civic Association will be con- ducted by a student-faculty committee during 1942-43. To discover the strong and weak points of Stephens' student government and its operation and to make suggestions for necessary changes will be thefpurpose of the committee. Page 11:7 I I I jI I I I I I I I I I I I I I. I Front row: Wonrz KELLY, M. E. Hnwocn VAN SLYKE SUTHEIKLAND KNAPP GARBER FARLOW Miss CURTIS COLLINS. J. FUNK CYR Noims HART, ll. J. GAMMILL Back row: MCCIXAIEZ, M. P. 'BAmu-:'1'T, M. SARASY LEHMAN TIKEN1' XNUILLE JOHNSON, B. D. GERRITY Coorc, N. D. JACOBS, V. Bocxms STIELER ADMINISTRATIVE CCDLIIXICIL Administrative Council was organized to en- courage a spirit of loyal citizenship among Stephens students, to assist individual girls in their adjustment to the campus, and to direct social life within the residence halls. One of the chief aims of the Council is to make each girl feel a perso11al responsibility toward all regulations and thus promote a high grade of campus morale. Because in past years Adminis- trative Council was thought 'lo be a punitive organi- zation, Anita F arlow, this yearis president, did her utmost to carry out a policy of understanding and guidance, rather than authority and penalty. Every residence hall president represents her hall on Administrative Council. The other oflicers of the Council are: Vice-President, Lucille Garber, Secre- tary, Peggy Knapp, and Treasurer, Jackie Collins. Miss Grace Curtis, head of the hall counselors on campus and counselor of Senior Hall, serves as sponsor of A. C. ANITA FARLOVV Page 116 xt .1 ini! Tr STUDENT ACTIVITY BOARD time constructively, and to further individual par- ticipation in campus activities, Student Activity Board supervises the work of clubs, honorary sorori- ties, and hobby groups. Its own officers, Jeanne Abbate, President, Jeanne Tate, Vice-President, Martha Weaver, Secretary, and J ea11 Burden, Treas- urer, met every Friday afternoon with Mr. Creighton, the sponsor, and the presidents of S. A. B. member groups to consider club problems and general policies of efiiciency and cooperation relating to the entire T Board. This year, as it has in the past, S. A. B. sponsored the eagerly-awaited Carnival, which converted prosaic Hickman Hall into a playground and gave clubs a chance to demonstrate their versatility. The Board also awarded silver cups to tl1e best-organized club JEANNE ABBATE and the most successful honorary sorority. F' ronl row: Mn. CH1GH'roN BURDEN ABBATE WEAvEn, M. MILI.S, MARCIA Back row: SCHMITT GODDE WEST, M. B. MCRAE SM1Tn, M. B. MARS DUNCAN MILITER, L. NIARSH, P. J.xcoBsoN rll0WVNSEND, E. ISTEUP ANIJEIISON, M. E. JACQUES VFIIUMAS, P. LANnoN Page 117 T T T T I r T T il T T T T T T 1 ,T T T TT TT T 'T T T BQARD OF PLIBLICATIGNS Acting as a unifying body between the staffs of Stephens' three publications and the campus as a whole, Board of Publications directs the work of the Stephens Life, the Stephens Standard, and the Stephen- sophia. This year the Board was under the direction of Muriel Foley, President, Mr. Philip L. Bay, Sponsor, Carol Kreusser, Vice-President, Marjorie Hawkins, Secretary, and Ann Hood, Treasurer. Among the activities of the Board this year were the 'sale of Ideals cards and activity calendars, the distribution of small Ideals cards and song books to Juniors, and the promotion of surveys which helped determine student and faculty opinion regarding the Work of the three publications. A plan to help the Standard increase its contribut- ing membership and its diversity of material by the q H-iv I formation of a junior apprentice staff chosen from the Creative Writing classes was also worked out by the MURIEL FOLEY Board this year. is? ' 'wg::m,w.,M!iil ' 41.2" 11 ' ' -'fivizfr , fivitf it ' ' were Fronl row: WOLVERTON, J LGR. iRAY PIAVVKINS, M. ' Kmanssrzn FoLEY, M. Hoon CHARTERS l'IARDY Back row: HOIJLAND Hoi' VVARWICK MPIHIKILL, D. Page 118 1 ',,,, Front row: BRIEGS SJXIALL STRAWVN WILL CIIENSHANV GoLm3EnG -J if: Back row: ARNETTE Gum Jo1rNsoN, 5 ,L Q7 5 g A L LYNN BOLLMIIN FOWLEII, P. V . CAMPUS SERVICE BQARD it 3 a Managing tl1e tearooms, the Swap Shop, and the 2 T Student Loan Fund, providing flowers and magazines il for girls in the iufirmary, and planning monthly birth- day dinners are the tasks of the Campus Service Board. l Betty Johnson, President, Virginia Lynn, Vice- BETTY JOHNSON l President, Sue Gier, Secretary, and Pat Fowler, l Treasurer, served on the board this year. Miss l Laura Searcy, who has worked with C. S. B. for 3 many years, was especially helpful in her work as E I Sponsor. l l An important contribution of the Board to the l campus is the Student Loan Fund, into which go all , the profits from the tearooms. The Fund enables l girls who would otherwise be unable to returuto I Stephens to finance their Senior year. Campus Service Board deserves special credit p for its Work during 1941-42 because it has been able B to maintain a high standard of quality for the re- freshments served in the tearoorns in spite of rising j food prices. lp 1 v li 5 l Page 119 I l I ' ? i l il W xl l Fronl row: CASSIDY, H. Miss HAHDTNER I'IOLDERMAN BRAND, A. NORTHFIELD Back row: FIEDLEH ' ITAWTHORNE FARNSNVORTH HORNADAY HENDERSON, D. N OLAND PAPPAS CARTHAUS Pmnuzu, E. C. STUDT RONAL ULvANG DIVEKEY Buss OKELL PAN-HELLEIXIIC CCDLJINICII. Pan-Hellenic Council is composed of the presi- dents of the seventeen social sororities and its own elected ofiicers: Sue Holderman, President, Ada Brand, Vice-President, Helene Cassidy, Secretary, Jocelyn Northfield, Treasurer, and Miss Juliet Hardtner, Sponsor. Through Weekly meetings of the social sororities and 'through inter-sorority activities, such as the one- act play contest, the Pan-I-Iellenic Ball, and the sorority sing, the Council this year has carried out its function of providing for the extra-class life of sorority girls. One of the major changes made in the Pan- Hellenic program this year was the lengthening of the pledging period, this was done in order to raise the standards which pledges were required to attain be- fore being initiated. This year's project was the raising of money to he donated to the United States Army for use in meeting recreational needs of the army personnel. SUE ITIOLDERMAN F Page 120 INDEPEIXIDENTS ,ff Ron1N131"rA TOMPKIN Front row: JORDAN IHALL, H. TUTTLE THOMPSON, M. J. BRAND, M. PATTISON SPENCER, J. Miss JOHNSON TOMPKIN SHARP IXOBINSON CULLEN VAN IXNTWVIEIKP Mormrs Dum F ar rlyhl: EYERS KMN G Page 121 . Jie, This year, for the first lime, the Independent group was a major campus division. The purposes of the organization were to foster a feeling of unity among non-sorority girls and to afford them Opp01'- tunities for recreation and for giving their time and effort to social service through their residence halls. Robinctta Tompkin, President, and Miss Jessica Johnson, Sponsor, directed the work of the other officers. Jane Sharp served as First V ice-President, Mercedes Robinson as Second Vice-President, Jane Spencer as Secretary, Nancy Pattison as Treasurer, and Charlotte Cullen as Social Service Chairman. The presidents of the individual hall Independent groups also served on the Council. Each residence hall Independent group held bi- weekly meetings and frequent informal parties. "Vitalizing the Ten Ideals" was tl1e theme of the Independent project. xkX.f 4 STUDENT CQNGRESS F ron! row: SPEES ALSOP GRAHAM, S. HIMMER HELLEH Srcmsr CONKLING SPILLANE Roixcu NOYES GIXZELLE Hausnn Side, left: NICHOLSON CRUTCHER Cuufris, P. Mn. BAYLEY Side, right: SMITH, J AYNE FASSEN CHAPMAN, JEAN THnocKMon'roN J OANNE Sicmsr Student Congress was organized last year in order to give a greater number of girls an active part in their student government. Through Congress the student body has a direct, efficient means of com- municating its opinions to Legislature. Early in the fall, ten per cent of the members of each residence hall were elected to Student Congress. Each girl represented nine specific students in her building. The representatives met to discuss problems of campus-wide interest, and to make recommendations to Legislature about their solution. The group had no executive authority. Because this was its first year, Congress had many organizational difficulties to overcome, and it experimented with several different plans of opera- tion. Joanne Sigrist was its President, Mr. Bayley, Sponsor, Hazel Conkling, Vice-President, Grace Spillane, Secretary, and Joy Heller, Treasurer. The gallery of the auditorium was always open during the meetings to any student who wished to see how Con- gress operated. 4 Page 122 Front row: MACDOUGfKL CURTIS, B. Gonsucu 0,BRIEN Sivnrn, JOAN if Back row: DEEGAN BOHNET Lovn CLARK, D. VAN HORNE GAILLARD PEARSON DAVISON Tucicnn, B. +1 CCDUNCIL CDF CLASS CDFFICEIQS The goal of' the Council of Class Officers was 'three-fold: the promotion of unity among members of the student body by developing an understanding relationship between classes in the pursuit of their projects, the creation of an official channel through which the Seniors may give the officers of the other BETTY GOHSUCH classes the benefit of their experience, and the further- ance of loyalty to the Stephens Ideals, traditions, and philosophy among the Juniors. This work was ac- complished indirectly by enabling 'the Senior officers to Work through the Junior officers and the Steering Committee. Chairman of the Council this year was Senior Class President Betty Gorsuch. Its other officers were: First Vice-President, June Sterling, Second Vice-President, Pauline Van I-Iorne, Secretary, Doris Clark, Treasurer, Marjorie Gohnet. The officers of the Junior and Freshman-Sophomore classes com- prised the rest of the Council, of which Dr. Henry Bowman was the sponsor. +1 i i Page 123 A A ,Q my l,XRif'al .yt lf! at A Plxlii all A 4 I ll i T ...A CD awww-V - - -eww ,- .ng Front row: PARKS, DoUGLAs, Mn. Innv, IIARDY, Miss JoHNsoN, HAYNER, XNATKINS Back row: F. MARS!-I, I'IARTMAN, SCHALZ, Tomy, LOUELLA Wliile "Sophie" cameras clicked at every iniportant event throughout the year, Miss Minnie May Johnson's classroom lights burned far into Inany nights as she devel- oped pictures. Mr. lrey' became a bit pale after hours spent in the dark room printing photographs. June ran around arranging furniture and people for lnyriads of activities shots, and Franny could be seen exhibiting monkey-faces on numerous occasions to make self-conscious subjects laugh for the birdie. The different sections of your year- book were slowly being assembled. Last spring, June Hardy, Editor-in-Chief, laid all plans for this year's book. Throughout the summer, letters trav- eled between printers, engravers, artists, and J une. In the fall a group of Juniors was selected to assist the Senior editors. Ethel Rayner, Business Manager, super- fi ' v C3 J UNE IIABDY vid Page 124 PI-ll A-1942 DFNISE DEINNY I" 1 W IETHEL BAYNER 1.25 Front row: Boiisrimg LANIJONQ SMITH, .IAYNEg LIAUNTLETTQ DAVIS, M., SMALL, HOY Back row: WEAVER, SMITH, Jovcng Moonv, V., MOSEYQ FLINNQ JA1INIcEg SMITH, JoANg BAKEII, L., CYII vised appointments, listed each Senior's extracurricular activities with the aid of Joyce Smith, .loan Smith, Virginia Gauntlett, Jayne Smith, and Mary Davis. Nancy Douglas, Advertising Manager, had Carolyn Fljinn, Lois Baker, Anne Mosey, Helen Cyr and Ginger Moody selling ads to out of town and local merchants. Helping Ruth Watliins, Literary Editor, and Ardelle Parks, Assist- ant Literary Editor, Write and edit all copy, were Mary Alice F itz- simons, Pat Hoy, and Betty Weaver. This year for the first time, nearly all the pictures were taken, printed and developed by the photography staff: Frances Marsh, Lou Tolby, Elaine Schalz, Betty Hartman. Juniors: Ann Small, Evelyn Jahnke, Carol Dalton, Lee Bolstad, Tude Landon and Denise Denny, Managing Editor, assisted the photographers. Typists Were: June Scarborough, Dorothy Geren, Mary Melanson, and Josephine Stewart. or-Qvfffffz? ., , ' ,' iffilzl '55 i ., ' -7 41,5 ff --Q Q., E Wvsfrd . - 1031 'fl' M Fl' , ' f ,, Q fel "f uf- i. X --4T2',g- , 'Z A ,..L - V I 1' li L74-1511.1 3 'f -LL ,Q ' 54" N 1 'i A--, if- "" Q,.w,11I?5'1Y ' , -if ,,..-J-'lf EW" 1' f"f...xv nm., Y-131, 1i:1-f-E. - x .tw-'fsdlif-' N gg' ,m.Si- A Gi. 0, ,Na : ' ' ,. 5,..- 1- W -fl-H' . , . ,- C, W - f' Y, - ,Riga V r,,:jg:Q.. , -' -, 1 i , . P . ' . f V I , : -V mv-K I I "til RW, ' ' N , V V iiilxjxi ,,QQ.Qw--If 1 ' , ,,i5:jC,.Z- "- i..-'1"f: W.: ' ', if "'Qj',,4,.,t 11 , , Q . V Lefl io right: SMiTH, M. W., EASTLAND, Mn. SUFT, FRANK, KEUP, Wou nrvroiw CURTIS IQAMERON Hoon Careful, conscientious reporting, entertaining copy, and thoughtful editorials have been characteristic of Stephens Life this year. The paper received an All-American rating from the Associated Collegiate Press for the :first semester. Jean Wolverton, Editor of Life, had as her Senior assistants Betty Ann Keup, Managing Editor, Erin Kam- eron, Consulting Editor, Elouise Curtis, News Editor, Margaret Frank, Campus Editor, Betty Cooper, Desk Editor, Janice Eastland, Make-Up Editor, Margaretta Smith, Sports Editor, Mary Helen West, Proof Editor, Marnie Bowman, Feature Editor, Ellyn Whitbeck, EX- change Editor, Ann Hood, Photographer, Dorothy Hardie, L IFE DE WITT Moonv V BAIABAN 1'IOUSE GI.AT1,Y,OnELL,MERR1LL, U P RSLEY, Wanwicii, BENNETT - Front row: 4 , , ., . J , , Back row: Com., YAUGER, LINDLEY, Hov, Asmzv, MICIAIENER, .hnnann Page 127 BE'r'rY ANN KEUP Circulation Manager, Margene Henneberg, Business Man- ager, Jacquiline Spaulding, and Virginia Jacobs, Art Editors. Before the end of the first semester the Senior staff a Junior board of eight girls to be trained for execu- tive positions next year. These girls, selected because of their outstanding ability and faithful staff work were: Ann Ashby, Barbara Bennett, Pat Hoy, Jeslyn Jackson, Doris Merrill, Joyce Pursley, Jean Rogers, Betty Weaver, chose and Ann Yauger. Walter C. Suft, instructor in Journalism, acted as Sponsor of Stephens Life. HEIXIS fixup 'iw ,I ,.. I Rui' t w 5 ld f 1 . , . . ,ff Left lo righl: Cnocimn, Crmirrnns, MCCULLOUGH, STIELER The Standard Staff met frequently to plan and col- laborate on ideas for the campus magazine. Olive Price Charters, Managing Editor, Lillian Stieler, Literary Editor, Lois McCullough, Associate Editor, Mary Crocker, Busi- ness Manager, and Dr. Roy Ivan Johnson, sponsor, decided on all features to be used in the forthcoming issues, planned the type of pictures they thought would be most suitable, and designed the cover. Feature stories were assigned to members of the Advanced Composition classes and articles, poetry and character sketches selected from the contri- butions of all Creative Writing classes. Conferences were held with Mr. Parsons and Mr. Mangan, photographers, and the taking of all pictures was supervised by the staff. Articles on each of the major campus divisions and student presidents were featured in Standard. Five issues were put out during the year: Fall, Christmas, Winter, O. P. CHARTERS l lg126 4 i ,ssl .l STANDARD ,4 CONTIIIBUTING STAFF IN ADVANCED COMPOSITION Fronl row: WATKINS, NOLAND, MACNEIL. EI.MER, LEECE Buck row: PARKS, PHILLIPS, M. L., IVIARSII, F., S'I'IEI..IiR, GILLESPIE, CIIIARTEIIS LILLIAN Srlnmix 'age 120 fp . l if-' I r Spring, and Conimencernent issues. Copies of the Stephens Standard are not only distributed to all students 011 campus, but thousands of copies are sent to high schools and pros- pective students all over the country. Olive Price and her staff read and corrected all ma- terial handed in for publication, then sent it to the printers. After copy was returned and recheclqed, and tl1e pictures sent 'to the engravers, the Slandard Went to press. A new plan was devised this year, in collaboration with the Board of Publications, the Junior Apprentice plan, whereby a group of Juniors was chosen from Creative Wri ting classes to help the Senior stall' edit the magazine. Included in this group were: Mary Mathes, Rita Willis, Lee Bolstad, Lucille Jones, Peggy Lou Johnson, Miriam Johnston, Eliza- beth Doty, Doris Merrill, and Toni Lynch. QP' , , '93 ?5'f.4 .il 3 .gt Q ll Y 'fH5a"' 'v Ag! '-F fqpdfl sa- ,sf .-mf V . N525 WAS: - v 1 '44-J ,Q wg 1 I 5 l Q 1 i M , if 1 u ff . -v , L WQ. xyw """' TJ A. ' . .3 . :A , -, :Iwi ig J ,T 1' I .,, ,J .4 L 5 E W F i .K i g I.'-fe ff 1 V-31 3 A fx , f . 5 Q , -, 4 .' 'E hi , ,,5:w...L,,,. vi wi ' Q Q 5 5' ' 'N I gh- 'N A ?h 1-:ef-xr' ,L QF, JIM: i.'Efr'ih9' wikh 1 f : l V! iw -QM It I 1, .i sm, 3 'll Q3 fi-: . ,'..,t1+ X 45 ,rf 4' -wfifa A-'df N 1 ,A -fs ,,.. I-Z. V' :iM7W.Eif?!B12, ' X nerr: . ' QLQPEWS.. :s11 pg . .Q,.N - fu .- Hiwv,J? :eww , 1' f T 1, ' of l , . ' at fi ' i 1 ' ' 1 xl 15" COLUMBIA TRENT-PFCS. MOCOOL- V ice-Pres. Bunn-Sec.-Treas. MEAD-'IIOUSC Mgr. H MCKINNEY-ASS,l. . Mgr. TOOTHAKER-Ass'l. H. Mgr. MADDEN1SV. Rep. SENIOR HENOCH-Pres. NALI.- Vice-Pres. POWELL-Sec.-Treas. BROWN, M. L.-House Mgr. WOOD KELLY, M. E.-Pres. HISTED' Vice-Pres. XNALTER, M. A.-Sec.-Treas. ANDREOFF-House Illqr. BOYVMAN-Sf. Rep. SEN 'S' Page 131 +3 HENOCI-1 TRENT IQELLY, M, E. ICR CCDUIQT The Senior Court plan, put into effect for tl1e first time this year, has fostered a more unified spirit among members of the Senior Class as well as en- hancing the prestige of Seniors. Making Senior, Wood, and Columbia exclusively Senior halls has placed a large, enthusiastic group of Senior girls in the heart of the campus, so that these buildings are becoming the focal point of student life. The Open House bcld by Senior Court for all students was one of the most memorable events of the fall semester. "Magurgumt.ex," the one and only Senior Court show, was an Outstanding item on the second semester calendar. 41 RESIDENCE HALLS WOR'fZ-PPBS. SMITH, ESTIEIEII- Vice-Pres. HENNESSY-SEC.-TVCQS. N-ELIhIABK1IfOHS8 fllgr. LOVERIDGE-SP. S. Chr. URQUI'IART-JF. Rep. 11 XTCHEB BARRETT, M.-Pres. B1 n- Vice-Pres. KRAMER, M.-Sec.-Treas. MICKELSON'-IJOUSE Mgr. McKowN-Sr. S. Chr. BnowN, EVELYN-Jr. Rep. LAURA STEPHENS BOCKIUS-Pres. BROOKS, ANN- Vice-Pres. LEIDNER-Secf Treas. ISDNVARDS, E.-House Mgr. D1x0N-Sr. S. Chr. REIBQLD-Jr. Hep. BU'1'L1a1x, D.-ASSY. II. Mgr. LTLA RANEY WOOD GILLESPIE-PFES. SU'rH13m,AND-Vice-Pres. ANDERSON, M. M.-Sec.-Treas RANKIN, J.-House Illgr. 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This was accomplished by acquainting the girls with the business world through guest speakers at meetings several times each year. Alpha Pi Epsilon at Stephens also carries out its objective by giving outstanding secretarial students the honor of membership in a national professional sorority. Plans for the year included a shorthand dictation hour twice a week and trips to various business offices in St. Louis. Beside aiding its members in their efforts toward personal growth, the sorority took an active part in national defense projects on campus which correlated with its particular interests. K OFFICERS JEAN Gonnn President RUTH HARNACK Vice-Pres idenl MABGENE Irlnmvnnnixc Secrelary MRS. WILMA BATTEHSON Sponsor Pg 136 '2- Bidi-fin ..il ' 'if' yEq,Kf'f 4 is in L 4 -'Q UPU? '.' 1-:Quill . C BETA EPSILGN PHI, A A Beta Epsilon Phi, honorary radio sorority, was organized with two major purposes, the develop- ment of interest in radio and the recognition of girls who have made outstanding contributions to radio work on Stephens campus. New members are chosen, therefore, on the basis of their interest in radio work and their contributions to it. The Kansas City Alumnae Club further emphasizes the sorority ideals by the presentation of a yearly award to the girl who has contributed most to the radio workshop programs. Beta Epsilon Phi activities are initiated in the fall by the annual radio Open House, held this year on October 27. Girls who attended were privileged to see an actual broadcast, to see movies on radio broadcasting, to hear records of the best programs of the past year and recorded samples of good commercial pro- grams. A farewell breakfast was given just before Christmas vacation, and the annual banquet for all students in the radio department was held in the spring. From time to time important radio person- alities were brought to the campus by the sorority, and dinners were held in their honor. OFFICERS ' SUSIE MCRAE Presidenl NAOBII Gonnsrnim Vice-President CLAIRE -W ILSON Secrelary NANCY BUlXKl,lN Treasurer SHEHMAN P. LAWTON Sponsor 'x xg-Nt 1 sl BK Page137 Ax Q p t 1 ? E S Qty Qliifxw . Q E tis 7. fs ,T -Q vs Nehl 1 .if " . E X Q f it OFFICERS PEGGY PHILLIPS President LILLIAN STIELEI1 Secrelary-Treasurer Miss JEAN BAILEY Sponsor CI-ll DELTA PI-II Stephens members of Chi Delta Phi, national creative Writing sorority, are proud of their member- ship in the only junior college chapter. Here on campus Chi Delta members have as their project the Writers Guild, a hobby group for junior girls interested in creative writing. In this concrete way, members of the sorority promote interest in writing. Each year Chi Delta Phi sponsors one issue of the Stephens Standard. Members also contribute to the national magazine of Chi Delta Phi. In order to become a member of Chi Delta Phi, a girl must be above average scholastically and must show definite ability in creative writing. She is elected by a unanimous vote of the members. Among the social activities enjoyed by Chi Delta Phi this year were a dinner at the Inglenook and a meal with Andre Maurois, noted French writer, who visited the campus in February. .,Q'4Q'i- . 4 if Page 138 OFFICERS BETTY ANDERSON President ITIELEN KONGSTED Vice-Pres idenl RUTH ANN CLARK Secrelary-Treasurer Dn. XVANTLAND Sponsor DELTA SIGMA The purpose of Delta Sigma is to promote an interest in science and to provide an opportunity for those girls especially interested in different phases of the science field to become acquainted. Organized on campus three years ago, Delta Sigma usually invites a speaker to its meetings or carries on discussions related to the scientific field. Demonstrations are also given at these meetings. Picnics were sponsored in the spring and several hamburger parties were held throughout the year. , . Page 139 twat KAPPA WJIDELTA Membership in Kappa Phi Delta represents the highest achievement to all girls interested in journalistic writing. This honorary sorority elects members Whose work in the publication of Stephens Life or Stephensophia has been of outstanding quality. The major objective of this youngest of the honorary sororities, founded in 1939, is the stimu- lation of a high quality of workmanship in news and editorial writing. This objective is carried out with the cooperation of the Board of Publications. Kappa Phi Delta's social activities have included waffle suppers at the Country Club and a bunk- ing party and breakfast before group attendance at Burrall Class. OFFICERS BETTY ANN KEUP Presidenl DENISE DENNY Vice-Presidenl JANICE EASTLAND Secretary-Treasurer WALTER C. SUF1' Sponsor Pg 140 Q Vi' g j j j i Q i' I I Pl-ll Ti-IETA KAPPA One of the several honorary sororities which are afhliated with national organizations is Phi Theta Kappa. The Stephens group is proud of being the Alpha chapter. Phi Theta has as its aim the stimulation of scholastic interest and development among students. It accomplishes this by its project of selecting the outstanding term paper of each year and including it in a bound volume of such papers in the library and by awarding an annual scholarship of 375 to a junior student. Phi Theta Kappa gave its annual tea for members of the faculty who belong to Phi Beta Kappa, national scholastic fraternity, and two pledge coffees for new members. Members also enjoyed the farewell breakfast and the opportunity of meeting campus guests at teas and coffees. This year's mid-year membership of fifty-five girls was the largest the sorority has ever had at Stephens. a.rg,.,:, QS-'GJ-'-9---x- flflfi' GNU'-"1 fm' JU-Lrg. 'ima OFFICERS Coimmis JACOBSON President JANE I'IELM Vice-President JULIA MCCORKLE Secrelary .NIAIKILYN T AYLOR Treasurer JOAN LEIDNER Project Chairman DEAN WELDON P. S1-IQFSTALL Sponsor Page I-ll OFFICERS MARY LEE MARS President ELIZABE1'H EYMAN Vice-President VIIXGINIA EKLEBERIIY Secreiary 65 GERALDINE gi", STUTSDIAN Treasurer Mn. NORMAN GOODBBOD MBS. MAYBELL TowNsENn Sponsors SIGMA GAMMA GAMMA Membership in Sigma Gamma Gamma is confined to those music majors who are recommended by the faculty of the conservatory, and who are voted in unanimously by the members of this honorary music sorority. Founded in 1923, because a need for an organization of this nature was felt, Sigma Gamma Gamma has always placed special emphasis on performance through natural music ability and a sustained interest in music. Sigma Gamma Gamma sponsors at least two special programs each semester and furnishes ushers for all campus recitals. Teas and coffees are given in honor of visiting artists, in addition to the open meetings which are held for all Stephens students who care to attend. Music for these open meetings is contributed by alumnae members, and a social meeting for the sorority members follows. Each year for the past four years Sigma Gamma Gamma has been named by the Student Ac- tivity Board as the outstanding honorary sorority on campus. 1: lf Page 142 OFFICERS i . PATRICIA NIARSII x President LOUISE BARNES Vice-President BERNICE STIEGLER Secretary CAROLYN CLossoN Treasurer X 1 MARIAN Knnss Pro jecl Chairman Mn. GILKEY F acully A dv iser ww w 3 . 1.9! TAU SIGMA TAU This year Tau Sigma Tau edited for the first time a special magazine, Siephens Standard in Art containing exceptional art work ,done by students. This project corresponded to that of Chi Delta Phi, honorary Writing sorority, which sponsors one issue of the Standard each year. "Tau Sign also sponsored trips to St. Louis and Kansas City, in order to look at and study the exhibitions on display there. The sorority also expressed its desire to promote interest in art on campus by buying and donating several prints to the library. Highlights of the year included picnics in the fall and spring, and frequent trips to the houses of faculty members, where the girls examined collections of paintings, etchings, Woodcuts and water colors. Organized in 1926, Tau Sigma Tau sponsors Work of students and famous artists, and encourages art in general on Stephens campus. if if Page 143 ir ir THETA ALPHA EPSILCDIXI To foster interest in drama and to further development in theatre arts are the objectives of Theta Alpha Epsilon, honorary drama sorority. It acts as a service organization to the campus by sponsoring trips to plays, maintaining bulletin boards, and ushering at campus theatre productions. This year, Theta Alpha Epsilon sponsored the Drawing Boom Plays, selected because of their popularity and adaptability to an informal drawing room atmosphere. The sorority conducted a one-act play contest, the Saturday Night Plays, Drama Dinner, and several trips to St. Louis, enabling students to attend professional productions of great plays of today. To become eligible for a membership, a student must have participated in two major productions of the Stephens College Theatreand show delinite interest in the drama. Prospective members are rated on their scholarship, initiative, interest, advancement, and accomplishments. They are selected by a unanimous vote of the fifteen senior members. OFFICERS MARGAIKET J oYcE H ILL President NANCY RIVERS Vice-President SHIRLEY KNOX Secretary MARY LEE Tmon Treasurer MEI MEI SMITH S. A. B. Representative X Miss ANNA RAIKE Sponsor Page 144 ww A32 if 1 1 . . Ast! n-4 ga 1, H Y. www mi v fi. ,H as 5 2 ,W Z My zu- w 5wQg5?:n.w , raw may M fi F .L 4 , 551. 'N 1 fv- ,QV T. x 3 sa" . 1 o ...- aww.,-q f' M1 H- ,Leg 'N L? "2 , , if X , . Li. ' f A ff' " ., Wm 1-.':f'2?? 'I ' ..,',x',vXFf -,Wg ,fx : N wi . .Aly , E '5.:Qgf"ik 13: ,H A - , ' Y Mmng. 3, Q E . V V ' uv f:"' "Q Hs. Q21 1569 IA, Z , Q1 1? W 155. . ,L 3, ,V ffm :fig A51 , Mp H ,, M , v m. J? . ..v ff Q, v,, W fe 1 w , K, . wg W' ez in . + NT. " 1 , :g qs' E2 iv A1 V i 'S wg XM. 3 I :L Fx :sw -WP , qv MQ v, 9. g N 1 4, , H A 4 4 A T HL E T I C ASSOCIATION Because of the national need for a healthy civilian population, the Athletic Association organized a special "Stephens Physical Fitness" program this year, whereby every girl was urged to spend one hour daily in some kind of physical activity. Faculty-student "Victory Hikes" were planned frequently, not only as a form of exer- cise, but also to enable students and faculty to become better ac- quainted. The purposes of A. A. are: 'to promote an interest in individual and team sports and all forms of dancing, to provide opportunities for leadership and service, to develop sportsmanship, and to enlarge each girl's group of friends. Ann Duncan served as President of the Athletic Association, with .lean Abrahamson as Vice-President, .To Stewart as Secretary, Mary Ellen Zybell, Treasurer, Dorothy Abbaduska, Publicity Man- ager, and Ann Francis, Business Manager. Miss Spencer, Miss Burgess, and Miss Hensler were Sponsors of the group. l ,.. Kgep in QM! , WM 1,1 Cffllfff I TO DO TH YOII WANT M145 st W fx9fC'Rf!If IHA X p STIIDV jg lil X ANN DUNCAN Front row: BURNETT FRANCIS STEWART DUNCAN ABi1AuAMsoN ZYBELL WILLIAMS, MARILYN Back row: STIRNEMAN Miss SPENCER McALooN PIUDELSON BLACK, B. LENFESTEY BnANr1NG Miss BUHGESS Miss I-IENSLEH Page 146 Ns " 2 w. ,-W" ., QQ fz. .1 F Wm fm fa' . 4 - , A Q ' ' 1 E? 'L ,vm ,I 9 .3 ,L is asseww' I k, ' Aga ,-5 ,f , , .f .nd V .., 3.-. J Q ,- fra, " ,- ... EE Winks S Jw ATI-ILETIC ASSCDCIATIQN ir IAICUZ It At the end of each year, those Seniors who have done out- standing work in the Athletic Association and its activities are presented with small gold pins, upon which are the letters S. A. A. -Stephens Athletic Association. These pins are given on the basis of participation, service, interest and attitude. They do not represent ability in one field of activity, but are for outstanding work in three or more sports, besides exceptional work within the Association itself. This year the awards Were given to eight girls. Louise Barnes participated in swiimning, hockey, riding, Prince of Wales Club, Elllfl was continually of service to A. A. Virginia Branting served as chairman of hockey and played basketball, hockey, volleyball, and tennis. Ann Duncan, President of A.A., participated in basket- ball, hockey, horseback riding, volleyball, tennis, and soccer. Ann Francis took part in hockey, basketball, soccer, and acted as chairman of the Victory Hike group in the spring. Ann served on the A. A. board as business manager. Myrna Smith was active in swimming, hockey, basketball, volleyball, and dancing, while Dorothy Veith participated in hockey, volleyball, riding, tennis, fencing, and basketball. Betty Wahl could be found on the hockey field, or playing basketball or volleyball, riding, swimming, or playing soccer. 'A' -k ir Page 146' LOUISE BARNES XTIHGINIA BBANTING ANN DUNCAN ANN FRANCIS MYRNA SMITH IDOBOTHY VEITH BETTY WA UGH Page' I-70 DIARY ELLEN ZYBELL u iffy' .Q k,..fQ.- fy s :EWS FST' Tm .M fufwf12?l7? V-'fi x nf 335: ef bmw W Lb 'TT J 3. alt . . gf -Wu my E Zzgff , , , ..,m,,.DSe21 Hi mg2.f.fg.f.ww2 W ,uf wha K 2 if N .J I t's all done with mirrors-and Foils and Foot- work, or so they tell us. They say, too, that Fencing is Fun. W A sunny afternoon, just enough breeze to ruffle the lake, golf clubs, girls in White-almost too photogenic to be real-but typical of Stephens! Modern Maid Marian against a background of trees and sky. Cheerleaders Minnie May Botany Johnson and Grace Senior Hall Curtis steal the show at faculty- student basketball game. Proiits to the Red Cross. if STARS Pg 150 GF SPORTS y ,.,.....--- f if 1 ' f bak Page 151 :films Nlembers of Orchesis, the Moderri Dance group, find dancing an absorbing hobby. Body building classes combine exercises with periods of relaratio For better posture, more fun, outdoors, Stephens girls choose Archery. lllodern Dance builds grace, rhythm, and poise. 'RITN IV 4 or-ii 1' Vx , O Q xs ",-33. , Senior Hall leam-winner of the hard-fough inter'-hall baskelball tournament. -.5 Page 153 I Patty Berg, nafionally known golfer, helps Susfes improve their game. fi :.f iib X Willis ' sw 'Y X ln 'glt has been stated by au- thorities that Stephens has the best equipped college stables in the country," says Miss Annie M. Lawson, head of the horse- manship staff. Stephens riding instructors have extended the fame of the stables by serving as judges in horse shows in many parts of the United States. Over six hundred and iifty students have ridden this year, learning sportsmanship and en- thusiasm for out-of-door recre- ation. Stephens has joined a national movement to preserve interest in riding during the present crisis. Proceeds of the spring and fall horse shows were donated to war relief. fur-" ,, M V, fi gi -1' di .2.w-WWLJM vw I eff. . W QM i,s,uf'm- -ee-'.':I:'I-B55 -av F' "' 'X fi 'S E. f of S T S .ir 'win A-. 5:53:43 1 11 . iz,-55231 :.Z sa-f ao L il N.. RADIG BRCDADCASTING Dr. Sherman P. Lawton heads the Radio and Visual Aids Department, which serves every Division through its records and radio broadcasts. Most of the broadcasts of the Radio Depart- ment are heard over KFRU, of which Dr. Lawton is Educational Director. "Victory in the American Home" was produced with the cooperation of the Home Economics Department, a symphonic inter- lude of recorded music with the I-lumanites Department, and 6'The Romance of Missourii' with the Social Studies Department. "Drama Time" was the Department's own program, presenting short plays written, acted, and directed by students. Records were made of the voices of students in the Speech Clinic, the French classes, and the Communications courses. The Radio Department also made recordings of the performances of girls in the Conservatory. W a QRA TS Introduction to Art, the basic course offered in the Art Department, stresses the fundamentals of design in order to teach beginning art students those principles which they will need in their later work. For girls who do not intend to major in art, the course builds a foundation for apprecia- tion of all types of design. More advanced courses were offered in the department for students who wished to specialize in one of several art lields. In Costume Illustra- tion, Stephens designers learned to create fashions adaptable to the Wardrobe of the college girl. Graphic Art was a course in the techniques of etching and lithography. Girls who wished to be- come trained in interior decoration were offered courses in Interior Design. The course in Paint- ing was open both to aspiring artists and to those girls who wished to do such creative work for their own pleasure. Nearly four hundred students took work in the art department this year. The art Workshop, now in its second year, provides an opportunity for self-expression to girls not taking regularly scheduled art courses. They may drop in in their free time to Work at such projects as Weaving, etching, or clay modelling. Many students have found such applied art hobbies an absorbing form of recreation. Ifage 157 1 l F' Af .vvf,. 4:5 x ?u X , THEATRE Drama majors portrayed every type of animal for the sake of art and Bos- tand's 6'Chanticlee," Miss Adams' greatest stage success. Following this first production of the year came Goldini's Italian comedy "The Fan," and later "She Stoops to Conquer," the familiar Goldsmith satire. "Not in Our Stars," by Eldon Winlrler, was the play chosen to be presented in co- operation with Burrall class While the dramatic classic "The Pretentious Young Ladies" by the French writer Moliere was also enacted by both he- ginning and advanced drama classes. The unique feature of the productions was not the audiences which they drew, but rather the opportunity af- forded each girl to play a part so ad- vanced that her talent reached its peak. Page 158 Miss Hildegarde Marhod, Miss Anna Raike, William Inge, A. Laurence Mortenson, and Eldon Wi,nk1er assisted Miss Adams in choosing the plays and in teaching such techniques as breathing, choral reading and speech. Remembering our days at Stephens, we Will, at the same time, remember one of its most charming personalities, Miss Maude Adams. Future stars will never forget her untiring effort put into the live productions given on campus this year. Though she had retired from the stage and her days as the im- mortal 6'Peter Pan," her love of the theatre and her sincere desire to teach aspirant stars caused Miss Adams to accept President Wood's request to come to Stephens. Appointments from dawn to dinner and rehearsals until long after census have proven to each of us her loyalty to the stage. 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V. 1, , : , ' - 1, V -wi., ' -L21 'gi 'Jjfgg' 1 'ENV' f-N x -f Q H X H a H H 1 V , "" is H W 2 w .mi X 2: w 12" m 55? 1 W' K ,QE V 'M ss The social program at Stephens is de- signed to help every student develop poise with which she can meet many different types of situations. Learning to live happily and cooperatively with others is one of the most important aspects of col- lege experience. Such training comes both from daily contacts among girls in the residence halls and from participation in organized social activities. Social Life is represented almost en- tirely by pictures because the staff be- lieves that good times are best remem- bered photographically. Among the formal occasions a Stephens girl will not forget are dances, s01'ority dinners, and the teas and coffees Where she met im- portant campus guests. To these pic- tures can be added the impromptu activi- ties of which noone ever tires: feature nights in Lela Haney ballroom, spreads, order-out parties, coking in the tearooms, and the inevitable bull session. Clubs and hobby groups afford girls opportunities of meeting students and faculty 'members who share their special interests. All clubs maintain social pro- grams so that their members may play, as well as work, together. P q 164 1? 1 :L1-Q33-.j lmgyiff. lm. .. A 0 RSM' E f 113625, , Q1 . . , X gs gy -"' in 4 A ' , if ,R . 1 r - ,, ,- I' ' -Ni '! ' ,J .Q fs'-i'b .3 if-P1 A m f , , ,, f A me 4' QW :?1",. ' wg, ' - . - ,A A I M ' P' V s L1-.7 , sv WJ C'-v JV' 5233 f . , fs. . W , H I 'wi 71 'A I9-5 rj! th- f a. . '14, M 1 Ag vi 3 ' -3 1 -L-sw L K q1j . ,VE S J ' 'qv f . 5 y . ag A ' f' .- - . - - ., X 4 , , T , , :Y . . , J, 1' ab. - . , . I 1 ' 1' I',. - N, l. I - g n Q , ' I ' 125- ' T " X if I A ' 3 ' 'iss 1 in-' K . 3-A C K. if -, . 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'W fwzigfvfin E555 ' fv- 4 4 ' as w A mi 4 9+ Z H f f 1 , ag vwH-'Q b af 553 2 Q 'VZ in .. '35 EPS Nu my 1 xv? 'N Q ' H Sw .:.. :.,. . 21 It K AS lx ' , -'Z , , .Wg Q . new nigga .U 5 ww Q ,fm M,-Q gm, ma 'xxx me-r,,,, W x ag .. hu -. Xi? I A 4 1:8542 5 ,SEE 3, di J . H 1, ,..',,"'x'-6 A X-'Yauf - ww X MM , ,xwap Q Q rQ3f:'I, ,, , wxmwf- w -Baz J 1 f uc 3 T50 Mex OFFICERS PAT FARN SWORTH President NANCY NELSON Vice-Pres ident MARGARET PHILLIPS Secretary MARILYN STUDER Treasurer Lnssm MCMULLEN Pledge Sponsor GALA SAIVIPLINER Project Chairman Miss YoLANDA FLOBIPE Sponsor Following the installation of officers and induction of new members, Tri Alpha sorority rounded out the year with a well-balanced program of project and social activities. As President Pat Farnsworth said, i'Our project is the musical collection at the W. P. A. White Nursery School. We are increasing their record library and will have the music room redecoratedf, A banquet, hayride, party at Pop Collins' Cabin, and the breakfast at a downtown hotel are traditionally included in the social functions. Miss Floripe has capably fulfilled her position as sponsor in helping the members complete the plans of Alpha Alpha Alpha. Page 178 rx- F QQ VIRGINIA GARY VIRGINIA GRIMES WANDA HAYDEN SUE PIOLDERMAN .IEANNE JoIINsoN MAIIIAN KAUTZ BARBARA IJAPE MAIKX' MATHES ADELAID MCIJARTY LESSYE MCMULLEN PEGGY PHILLIPS MARX' BELLE PROPST PATRICIA PULLAR GALA SAMPLINER SHIRLEY SCIIUMACI-IER SUE SUN BETTE XVHITACRE RUTH WINTEIK RALPHINE WILI,ARD BETTY ESTELLE CHARLOTTE GHOLSON LAURA JEAN HAIHINVAITI ELEANOR Ilrcm AND RUTH IIILI IER KATHLEEN KEMMEIHY MAIKYLEE KILLMER MARY KUTIIN MARY LANDES PATRICIA LOCKWOOD ELEANOR MCCOOL BETH MCGUIRE BETTY MILES LUANA MURPHY MARY LOUISE NEISLER CAROL NEWSOM WILMA NEYVSOBI BARBARA PAYNE LOUISE BONAL JUNE SCAIHBOROUGH MARILEE SEWARD MARY LOU SMUTZ ELAINE STEVENS MARJORIE STEINKRAUS MARY TALLEN J XVOILLAIID The Alpha Sigma Nus set up for themselves three major goals Which they felt were inspirational and vital. First, it was their plan to bring the different phases of all sorority activities closer to the Ten Ideals. Acting in unison with the college, the sorority also wished to aid its members in developing into future social leaders in their communities. The third ideal of the Alpha Sigma Nus was to bring a smaller group of girls into closer contact with each other. A pleasing balance of social activities was taken care of by the sorority project, entertaining the under- privileged children of Columbia once a week. The lighter side of sorority life included a fall hayride, bridge parties, dances, and many other informal gatherings. Pg 161 P14 OFFICERS LOUISE RONAL President LAURA JEAN HAITHWAITE Vice-Presidenl CAROL NEWSOM Secretary BETTY MILES Treasurer PATRICIA Locxwoon Pledge Sponsor MARY LOUISE SMUTZ Projecl Chairman Miss KI'I'rY Moorm Sponsor wager 94? Bore Q.: "1.em'gs. Q: Nf- 1 G-1" OFFICERS ELIZABETH LEACHMAN Pres ideni ELSIE JANE GAMER Vice-Pres idenl MARY EMMA ALLEN Secretary PEGGY MCGEE Treasurer TERRY ALONZI Pledge Sponsor DOROTHY ScHULTz Pledge Chairman Miss LOUISE BENNETT Sponsor The executive officers of Beta Phi Gamma set as their goal this year the attainment of a greater feeling of unity among all the members of the sorority. In the attainment of this objective, cooperation and par- ticipation have been stressed in every possible Way. An attempt was made to secure one hundred per cent participation in every sorority activity. ' Members of Beta Phi Gamma planned a party for children in the Grant School Kindergarten. This party is an annual feature of their social service project. Social activities, in addition to the spring and fall dances under the direction of Pan-Hellenic Division, included a Halloween party, a banquet at the Pennant, several picnics, and monthly coke parties. Miss Bennett, the sponsor, aided the girls with their project plans and social functions. She also helped the officers in the achievement of their goals. Pg 132 L .4 Ay. fi V ' , . E72-:iss Q. A '51 I :Q Wg? , I 91 1. YI I I If I - I mu E 5523555 wx My In 'Q ANN BUNKLEY BETTY JEAN DAVIS NELLE DOYAL JANE EPLEY ELSIE JANE GAMER MAIIIAN IQING ELIZABETH LEACHMAN JANE LUM MARY MAIXTIN PEGGY MCGEE MAIXJORIE MEYER ELAINE N.AFTALIN PATRICIA RICHARDS DOROTHY SCHULTZ ELAINE SELLMAN MARIAN SI-IEEIIAN .ANGIE WATSON OLIVE CIIARTERS BETTY DEICKIVIAIN MARJOIIIE EMFRSON GLORIA FASSEN JESSIE FIEDLER MUIKIEII FOLIELY PATRICIA FOWLER EMMY LOU FRAKES DORIS GERRITY SUE GIEII JOAN I'IARPEll RUTH HART HELEN IIORTON J EANNE JACKSON BETTY J ORN sON BONNIE JOHNSON JEAN MCMANIGAL DORIS MERRILI. CIIAR MEYER BUNNY MILLER .JANE MULHAUSEN MAIKILYN NEARPASS JEAN OSGOOD IRINE PETROFF MAIKTI-IA JXOOT ANNE STABK MARTHA STOKES MAIKY STILAWN JEAN TATE BARBARA TODD UNITY URQUIIART RUTH WATKINS MA1X1'HA XVEAVER JVIYBA NVELLS NANCY XVILLIAMS ANN WINTERS ' 'f fw- Q-av' Mb. EQ wk? F9 i X' xv . is -., ,. 9 UN. fm 1 vb., 'fun One of the oldest and largest sororities on campus, Beta Sigma Beta is fortunate in possessing a chapter room adjoining Senior tower. In the round part of the room stands the card table where many an in- formal bridge game takes place. Among the sorority's other social activities were a hayride, a bunking party at the Country Club, picnics at Pop Collins' Cabin, pledge and farewell banquets, and a "Burrall Break- fast" on Sunday morning after which all the members attended Burrall Class together. Taking as their project the toy lending library at the W. P. A. Negro nursery, Beta Sig members planned a Christmas party to which each girl brought a toy for a Negro child. Page 185 OFFICERS JESSIE FIEDLEI1 President J OAN HARPER Vice-Pres ident MYRA WELLS Secrelary MARTHA STOKES Treasurer EMMY LOU FRAKES Pledge Sponsor CHARLOTTE MEYER Projecl Chairman Miss BETTY BEBOUT Sponsor OFFICERS CATHERINE CARTHAUS President MARJORIE WELLS Vice-President MAIKGAIKE1' BQYLE Secretary MARY ELLEN Eununcn Treasurer ELnANou GRANT Pledge Sponsor BETTY EVANS Project Chairman Miss BETTE ESTILL Sponsor The objectives of the Delta Chi Deltas are to strive to further the accomplishment of the Ten Ideals, to maintain the highest possible standard of scholarship among their members, to encourage campus leadership, and to develop a more democratic attitude toward life. Again this year the sorority project was making play equipment and planning parties for the children attend- ing the Douglas School Kindergarten for colored children. Each year Delta Chi Pledges entertain active mem- bers at a formal banquet just after initiation. Another dinner, the tearful "Farewell Banquet," is held late in the second semester. Bunking parties, picnics, and in- formal order-out and bridge sessions are also favorities with Delta Chi girls. Guest speakers have frequently added interest to the regular meetings of the sorority. Page 186 10- 'iv ,ff ' -, YU? I wif g J 1? .-wg -'ffi 9: v HIC'-15:9 , - ,. - U 'FQ I 'Rfx 11:54, f I 2, 4 .. If rw' A at -'gif di "H " 4 A L L ,A .. S24 -. : I gg: ,Ax Y, Y ES' 7. rg-1' Y f I 'QE , U A "',' f f Yi 2 .YE .,5,,i.' -win DOll0'I'PTY BURNS HELENE CASSIDY CATHERINE CARTI-IAUS ANNA COVINGTON AUDRAY CZECH MARY ELLEN ELDRIDGE BETTY EVANS MARILYN GOEEILER ELEANOIX GRANT JANE I'IARRIOT'l' JOAN PIARRISON ANN HOOD ELISE IIUFFACKER MARX' JACKSON TPIASIA JARRARD SUSIE KORNBLULI BETTY LUCE MARI.AN MAHER CAROLINE MCHENRX' BETTY J EAN MEX'Eli PATRICIA NICHOLS MARX' NICIIOLSON JEAN SCI-IOUTEN DOROTHY JEAN STURGIS 1DOLORES TRELANO NIARJORIE NVELLS DOROTH1 YOUNGDAHL , ., ,Q I J .4 1 4 Y r I ,ff .6 .I XX , f'f'L., , I . , L5 1 , H, I, ' SAA- .-M. .- , Z ,. .,",I,II.Lfiu.. .JEAN BURDEN ELIZABETH CHAPMAN MARY JANE CLARK EMILY COLEMAN BETTY JANE CURTIS BARBARA CUSIIING SARA1-I DAVIS BONNIE DEEGAN JEANNE DEMENT MARGARET DEMENT GLORIA GIBSON DOROTHY HENDERSON FRANCES HINKI-IOUSE LORRAINE KUNKEL MARX' LYNN IQUNKEL JANE ANNE KURTZ EDITH MCDOUGALL NIIRIAM MILIIER MARY IXILEY MIGNON IKUTI-I PATRICIA SISSON MARGAIKETTA SMITII SALLY TI-IURLBY LOUELLA TOLBH' GLORIA VAUGIIAN VIRGINIA VEACH BETTY WAUGFI PEGGY XVILKINS ANNA LOU WILSON ELIIYN WITRECK Members of Delta Rho Alpha built their program for the year around three ideals: friendliness, not only Within the sorority, but throughout the campusg loyalty to each other and to the traditions of Delta Rho Alphag and unity of all girls in the organization. A child welfare project was chosen by the Delta Rhos as their contribution to the general plan of Social Service by Stephens girls in Columbia. Voted "most fun of the yearn by sorority members was the scavenger hunt held in the fall. A waffle breakfast at the Country Club and the annual Christ- mas party were popular too, as was a steak dinner at Pop Collins' Cabin. The pledge banquet in the fall and the Farewell Dinner in the spring were both given to the senior members by the juniors. Participation in the yearly Pan-Hellenic Ball completed the Delta Bho's social calendar. Page 189 .:5 ' MB OFFICERS DOROTHY IIENDEBSON President LILLIAN ANDERSON Vice-Pres idenl MARGAHET DEMENT Secretary J ANE ANNE KURTZ Treasurer MARY JANE CLARK Pledge Sponsor ELIZABETH CHAPMAN Projecl Chairman Miss FRANCES HYDE Sponsor i., f . . . I I' " X'A G L i I. . A, - " . , , a an A .1 l ., , -4 Q .1 A I ., ,o ' ,kdm HB Avo xs3!,!-.a,i- ' Ag ' j U" HV Na,i,..:.f, L -v. 6 alll' K V ik' E ' 1 4 gg, ' , , ' X ., L ' OFFICERS DOROTHY HAWTHORNE . President ANNE CRAIG Vice-Pres idenl CATHERINE BOND Secretary MARNTE BOWMAN Treasurer ANNA ANDERSON Pledge Sponsor Donorrmv BATES, CLYDE TAYLOR Project Chairmen Miss MARTHA LOGAN Sponsor Making life brighter for persons confined in the Old Follc's Home was the project of Eta Epsilon Gamma. This was an activity continuous throughout the year, as the sorority visited the home twice each month with a planned entertainment and a gift of some sort. Smaller groups of girls often made in- formal calls on the residents. Under the leadership of Dorothy Hawthorne, president, Eta Epsilon Gamma's social plans during the year included one party a month, numerous dinners held jointly with other sororities, and a farewell picnic and dinner. Miss Martha Logan, faculty sponsor, assisted the girls with their project and social activities. Page 190 I' '55 3' Yr'-v as xx-1 N... , 52,9155 ff 1 3- :"3 . 17 155, 'WM , JQ , . SM, 4-5 4,-.., 751. S-ag, 'F Q J 1-1 if I V NW I r - I I- I I -nf-I--flf E111 ' I,-,g.-,Jr , ' pp: Y A if 3 QL ' . 'ff ' I-V:-' ' l. , ' f f -,LJLLE :' '.I".','.J1 -f '. C "1 V. , ,. , ,, I - - -' .-- 1 V ,J l?vm1fI1m1ABAgsEu:I: I I".u .' v' , .5 "' Z--"V "'-:I E. A, . A 1. ! IfI1I,,1',I.1g.Ig,. W. gum w,fgwy',.'g..f'I.. H,.w1I.'3 1f w I,5:.".I1I'aII , 3, H. HI M I,,g,,,11..Igp Im,1,,,I,3,wg,,q!,,w'IIg'I:1, ,mage a,1,'mQw I W, III-ww-.-I I',,Qw"III' "'K'.m'wI,IjI-M' . f IIIWIIIII'u.',,wfIU:'I-"I'11. -- I "- N, I ,, "inf , N,,, J :q. . , I I ,I I I I 1'fJ"" ,I:II,"9?I1"2J2fs - '2fI.wn."r..f I,wfIw,w-Ifmu. Iww,I..'... I. Mg. 1 1Q"gvg-1, .,m'wlf.v..:.1'fI'5,,f15.:II'I I. I I I I. I , ., ,, :,,,,,, Y.-Lggm - IA ,IIILSII ILL-gal' I - L- V- I Y-H W ENID BOCKIUS IVIARNIE BONVMAN FAYE BIIANSON LEE BUIIGE Doms CLARK ANNE CRAIG HEIAEN DAMSEL ELAINE EIDE PATRICIA GAIIRISON ELIZABETH GEORGE PIIISCILLA HAGUE DOROTHY ILL-nvTIIOIxNE BETTY JANE HUNTER EDVVINA MACON MAIIJOIIIE MARSHALL JANE MATTIIEWS LAVON PHILLIPS NANCY REED PAT ROCKEY JUNE SCIIARE CLYDE TAYLOR COLLEEN WELLS SIIIIILEY WEENHIOFF CLEO WIOLFE ',:u.,.l:A, 'fl - , ,, Y ' I 1 A - DIANA DEINIAREST ANITA F ARLOWV IKATIE FORD ELIZABETH GAllliE1"I' J ANE GAYLORD BET'l'Y GOODWIN LORNA HADLOCK K. T. IIAIVIBY HAIHIIET HECKEIK MARY ANNE I'IOYLE BETTY JANE INGHAM PATSY INGHAM IDHYLLIS ANN JOHNSON PHYLLIS JOHNSON BETTY KAESINEII VERNA IQERRICK MARCIA LOU KUHNS WILLIA MAIIONEH' CAROL MCCALI. BETTY ANN MCINNIS TIIARON MICKEI.SON .JULIA MONTGOMERY BEHTHA ANN MJOSISX' IBETTY NEAL BETTY JEAN NIIIAY NAN PENNINGTON T I-IELMA Ross BETTY ANN SCI-IIEBER DORIS JANE SHEIUNIAN BETTY ANNE SIEBENTHALEII FLORENCE TOOTHAKEII PEGGY JELIZABETH VOGT ELIZABETH YOOUM if IE. 4-1 msgs.. Q 'U'- .nv 'lbw in ,- Q-. "5 -is W' pay Z3 Everything from a burger basket to a farewell banquet was on the social calendar of the Gamma Delta Phi. Harriet Hecker, president, tried to tie the sorority girls closer together by informal parties, interesting speakers, and programs at the Weekly meetings. Thus the girls came to know each other better and to main- tain their interest in the sorority's program. Members became interested in their project, the W. P. A. White Nursery, by visiting it several times during the year and seeing it in operation. Miss Grace Larson, sponsor, has assisted with the project plans and various activities throughout the year. Page 193 se es OFFICERS HARRIET HECKER , President J Ama GAYLORD Vice-Pres ident GLORIA BA1scH Secretary MARY ANNE Horus Treasurer ALICE BAKER Pledge Sponsor PHYLLIS JOHNSON Project Chairman Miss GRACE LAHSON Sponsor OFFICERS J ANE NOLAND President JEAN MACNEIL Vice-President GEANE BIRDSONG Secretary SARAH SPENCER Treasurer PATRICIA ZIIICKEI. Project Chairman VIRGINIA MACNEILL Pledge Sponsor Miss SALLIE TAYLOR Sponsor Kappas carried out their traditional social activities this year by having Sunday morning breakfast before Burrall, by order-out parties in the rooms, and, last but not least, by having a pledge banquet after initia- tion. Pledges this year celebrated Hell Day as dive bombers, carrying out the war theme in cardboard costumes. Kappa Alpha Phi tries to give its pledges a small circle of contacts and thereby give them opportunities for deep friendships. It endeavors also to help each girl adjust herself to the Stephens Way of life, and make the most out of what she is doing. Every Saturday afternoon the girls went to the Noyes hospital where they played with the crippled children, a project which the Kappas have carried out during tl1e 21 years of their existence. Page 194 15 'W' E- SIZE' 1? ,- ,pf 'din GEORGIA CAROTIIERS EMILY COOK JUNE DANGLADE JANIE ESLICK KAYE FEDERLE CAROLINE FLINN MAIKY ALICE GATES BETTY GIFFORD BETTY GORSUCH SKIP HOLLAND JESLYN JACKSON VIRGINIA JACOBS JEAN IQIRKPATRICK JOAN MACDOUGAL JEAN MACNEIL VIRGINIA MACNEILL ANNELL MELTON VIRGINIA NELSON JANE NOLAND JANE O,BRIEN MARY JEAN OSLAGE ETHEL RAYNER MARG :REIBOLD MARY ANN PLEPLOGLE HALCYON ROACH BETTY SAMES CHERRY SMITH JANET SORENSON SARAH SPENCER ANN STEIRIER .IOAN 'PHACKSTON MARJORIE TRESSEL1' EMILY TURNER EVELYN TURNER JILL WARWICK ROSENIAIIY NVILMETH TINA wVILL NANCY WINSLONV MARY WUILLE PATTY ZIRCKEL SHIRLEY ANNE I'IADDONV BETTY I-IARTMAN BAIXBARA HUNT GRACE JVIRACEK I'IORTENSI:1 LOGAN PATTY OKELL MARTY IIASMUSSEN nl.-XRCELLA IXEINHARDT DOROTHY RUSSUM BETTY S'r1NsoN ELOISE STUCKEY DELAINE VFIIISTED NANCX' TURNER TONI VOELKER MARTHA WO0T.MAN A W' TTSFTFFW. 'i Nur . A ,:-:--F Y ,ix Nff 1. J ,Qi -I ' L A A ' HQ ef- : 5351. 'VWEQF ' mx 1 w. wiiew 1 1-5, aszsaszsaw I wk, -i K, Vg. lg A I iw 225+ W 5 kzsan J A A S f.'. F5 .kr N5 - -5 Y in A A ,A L ,E , N If,-Z, " :'i?.r'i 2555 if 4"?f f 2 A JA 5 W Besides stressing the Ten Ideals as a part of the sorority goal, Omega Psi emphasized general personal enthusiasm, the importance of sports, and a high standard of scholarship. The girls were urged to follow the Principles of Living, and each member was given responsibilities pertaining to her own interests. The purpose of the sorority is to promote group efficiency by giving the members an active part in its definite plans and functions, and placing pledges on committees for the project and other activities. Monthly entertainments were planned and pro- duced for children of the W. P. A. nursery. Besides the regular Weekly business meetings the girls enjoyed social meetings, two formal dinners, order-out parties, hayrides, blinking parties at the Country Club, bowling and bridge. Members of Omega Psi participated in all competitive sports. P ge 197 ., .5 ., .1 ' -, felfl'-l :L..,JA.. W " 'S . "ll, OFFICERS l,ATTY OKELL Pres ideni EMILIE LOUISE DAKE Vice-President MARCELLA REINHARDT Secretary G BACE J IBACEK Treasurer BETTY JANE ST1NsoN Pledge Sponsor BETTY HARTMALN Projeci Chairman Miss DOROTHY SHILEY Sponsor OFFICERS MARIANNE STUDT Pres ideni MARY JEAN STRAIN Vice-President J ov MARTIN Secretary BARBARA CLEAVES Treasurer ANN DUNCAN Pledge Sponsor MARY MACLEAN Project Chairman Miss ELIZABETH CHINN Sponsor This year, as in the past, plans of Phi Lambda Beta were successfully carried out. Both social activities and the Negro Nursery project were included in the sorority program. The Negro Nursery of Columbia was recently re- built and the children of the nursery were further benefited by having members of Phi Lambda Beta plan the recreational activities. Several girls read to the children While all donated clothing to make it possible for these children to play out of doors. Members of the sorority were entertained with a Christmas party, Pledge Banquet, two Pan-Hellenic dances, hayride, and order-out parties. Besides these social plans, the Phi Lambda Beta's stressed attendance to Sunday Night Vespers. Pg 196' "5 ,iigwx 'mr ff- r"Q fu mlm 1 ANN DUNCAN ALICE GROVE!! PEGGY HALL BETTYE J ANE HAYNES EVELYN KELIMERLE MAB.I0lXIE LYNCH J oy MAETIN .PEGGY MAIKVEL CATHERINE NEWCOMB ELEANOE RICILABDS VIVIAN SHIPTON MARY JEAN STRAIN MARY ANNE STUDT CAMILLE TILLMAN GAIL TllKEMBLETT I nu In --R . vw, - , NM' ,Iv 3.3, 7 1' V T 1 1 A ,. Laws- 4 VELDA CoI,wEL1. JUANITA CORNETT LUCILLE GIKIRBEIK HUEERTA HARRIS MARX' .IELIQS JEAN IQOHNHAUSEIR FRANCES MIXRSII JOYCE M CIQINNPIY JOAQUIN MURRELL MAIRJOIIIE MUSSET1'EH PI-IYI.I,Is OLSON AKIKEVX' PAPPAS MAIKY JEAN PATTERSON LoIs PORTER VIRGINIA IIADABAUGH MAIKILYN SEABURY GEORGIA SKEZAS JEAN STAIIL LUCILLE TOLBY BETTY LOU WANTZ Members of the Phi Phi Phi sorority belong to an organization which tries to create a fellowship among the girls who comprise its membershipg and Tri-Phi also brings together girls from different sections of the country. Participation in campus activities, such as attend- ance at unrequired vespers and the broadening of social understanding combined with the acceptance of re- sponsibility are two more of the ideals and purposes of Tri-Phi. Project for this year was helping at the Negro nursery. Tri-Phi girls read to the children and gave them parties on the principal holidays of the year. As a gift to the nursery, the girls bought over-shoes so that the children might enjoy out-door exercise during the winter months. The Tri-Phis enjoyed at least one party each month, at which they often presented a guest speakerg the Pan-Hel balls, participation in the play contest, the swimming meet, a pledge banquet and farewell banquet given by the pledges for the actives were also on the social calendar. Page 201 OFFICERS AKREVY PAPPAS President FRANCES MARCH Vice-Presfderzl PHYLLIS OLSON Secretary JEAN STAHL Treasurer KAY BIXIBY Pledge Sponsor VIRGINIA RADABAUGH Social Chairman Lois PORTER Project Chairman Miss HTELEN BARR Sponsor ffl , 531 'tiff QW X lf--.fy mf ' 5 v mfr' ', OFFICERS ELLEN PARKER President Louisa FLEMING Vice-President RUTH OLIVER Secretary BILLIE WEST Treasurer MARY Lou WALKER Pledge Sponsor MARY JEAN SHEEP-ELL Project Chairman Miss MARY HELEN1SIMPSON Sponsor Psi Chi Omicron is the newest sorority on campus. It was organized in 1938, and is noted for its sorority and school spirit. To train members in cooperation and leadership, to promote friendliness and democracy among the sorority members, to provide social enter- tainment throughout the year, and to stress school and sorority spirit are the Psi Chi objectives. Monthly social activities include: hayrides, skating parties, eating out, and Pop Collins' Cabin picnics. Informal "coke and corn" parties as Well as formal banquets are enjoyed by the Psi Chis. These sorority girls have decorated the play room and made toys 'for the children at the W. P. A. two- year-old nlusery. Entertainment was also provided for the children attending the nursery. Pg 202 fx 'T .-vi V6 'fi 10 Q1 X -,IL,-EI5gg- Lilirr i' I - 'i' 1 LILLRNQEFIEIEERV T2 , WILm C4oL13INg I IW s .Y .X HELEN CYR LOUENE DANCE ALICE FITZSIMMONS ELLEN FLEMING HELEN I'IAR'l'EB ELEANOR I-IOLSER ESTHER LoRENz MARY JANE LUCIK I'IARRIETT LURIE VIRGINIA MCELROY FRANCES MEADERS PATRICIA MEYEII DEBORAII MOLLER RUTI-I OLIVER ELLEN PARKER ROSEMARIE PIIELAN MARY JANE SI-IERRELL MARY TERRY BETTY TRUESDAIL LARY WALKIEIK BILLIE NVEST ,pm W my, ,I I .1-Q-.'iZ2Q1Q'i1'5'.35f5fi'9 v'rIf1.a1.t1"b ' X ,L 'V-I , gy, v' 'W -. .'-' I I -,,AI TM ,Z4 WC W.L.'.,. . - I -gwggzs SI I I A fi: 'E TV.,f1ff'- , ff V ,. ,uM:,1gV 71 I I-I ulqrirx 4 Ti,-,IM K' I H II.S.1V,, 1..,l , A I 5.13" Ti fem::Ju:1'Q'apr. .. , M-+1 I.-1fw.'.w.' ' ., .1 N wv f .5-I -, , J" - f? I1-V,":, Q-. - A :.r'.f I-4fvw,f1,'-.-fl-pa ,r '. ,,"'?.711iI'-'xg ,",.,.:., I 'IA' r".1--f- dll," ,5:.Gif1,-' A- 'ff 1 fi" . w . 'K -,f"U1- .--:JI-.f::. ' I I" 'I Ii7"I11'f'i3"f,1 ihf.,-'15 , V. .,,, I Z I Y, ,T - - AQ -IQ: ,I D lv VI 4 Au MW, ':5ggTgf:,'Ij In-. If an yggs, ""' A !fnz'x'L -J, 1,-W I I '. I PATTY BLISS ADA BRAND LUCY BYRN MARY JANE CAMP BONNIE LEE CARTER VIRCQINIA CRUTCHEIH .ELEANOR DESRIOND VIRGINIA GAUNTLEIUI' MAIIX' DEAN GRIMES GENE IJIANNA ANI'l'A HARPER .IAYNE IJAWKINS NORLIYK IIEISE JUNE IIELM J ANE .IAPIIET WARREN JEIYIISON JERRY LAUIJER .IO LOVE LEHMEIK ANITA LOPER MARY FRANCES MAIDDEN IVIARY NIAIKGAHET MEAIJ VERNA NEWTON ELMAEETII NOIKBEIXCI BET'I'Y ROBINSON DOROTIIY ROEAIEII GllALTl'J SPIIILANIQ SALLY STANLEY IDA STEVENS JOSERIIINE STENYART MABII,YN TITUS BARBARA TUCKER IIARRIET VVILLIAIYIS IVIARTIIA WING CRETE WOODS The Ideal of Service was stressed by Sigma Alpha Chi members in their choice of a social project. One afternoon and one evening of every week, two members of Sigma went to the Noyes Hospital to entertain the sick children by reading to them and cheering them in any other possible way. Parties were also given for the children once each month. Annually, the Sigma Alpha Chi girls have a hayride, a pledge banquet, and a farewell dinner. They compete in campus athletic events and hold bowling contests. The officers and sponsor, Miss Dickey, continued these traditional activities, as well as helping the members plan informal parties in the sorority rooms. ' g 0 tat OFFICERS PATRICIA Buss President J AYNE HAWKINS Vice-President GENE HANNA Secretary VERNA NEWTON Treasurer MARY JANE CAMP Pledge Sponsor ANN ASHLEY Project Chairman Miss VERA DICKEY Sponsor g Kwai! OFFICERS MAHTY IIORNADAY President J ANE ATKINSON Vice-Pres ideni JANE CHIZUM Secretary ANNEMARIE DUNZELMANN Treasurer HANSI DUNZELMANN Pledge Sponsor BENNIE STONE Project Chairman Miss GOLDIE TBIPPLEHORN Sponsor This year Theta girls placed special emphasis on their social program. Not only were there sorority suppers every Saturday, but bridge games were held in the sorority rooms every night during the week. Every Tuesday and Thursday Theta girls enter- tained the children at the Episcopal Student Center with informal parties which were fun for both members and tl1e children. ' Theta girls, many of whom are from the South, were Well known on campus for their excellent spirit and for the success of their Social Service project. Page 206 -"Q ri? 5 'lb V 1 I ,k V w 5 W .. , H ,,. 4 ..... , .1 1 1 . T I , ........ ,, ,nv , ..,.. V HH HH 1 ,Y A T ' f ' 1 Y T N 1 L." r . 4 ',,,:'-H I FQ ,nn mv, 0 N f .. ,', H., 1 4 - mi: 'l R 'viii A in f af L 5,3344 JY, ff' 'RFS 2- -no-v ' 1 4 iii ig' USHEHEKLSSGN Mmiifrf Law BAILEY BILLTE BELL Doncyrmz Bmw BARBARA BUMNA. , GLADYS CHASE IANE CHIZUM DOLORES COLLINS ANN COMEIH MAIKG XRET CRENSHAW GRACE M. DE T AR ANNAMARIE DUNZELAIANN H ANSI DUNZELMANN PEGGY FATOUT M.A1KY FULMER SHIRLEY GRAHAM MURIEL HAMMER MABEY, Hour MARTY IIORNADAY CuAm.oTTE HUME WANDA KHEY JACKIE LA VIEI,LE JANE LIPSEY BETTY LOVE I'IELEN MCALOON PEGGY MCCALL NANCY NALL X BETTY O'KEEFE MAIKY PASCHALL FLO POWELL T UA IKICHARDSON .PEGGY SMITH BERNICE STONE DOli0'FIIY WAGNER DOTTIE WOODNVABD DonoTHY UNDERWOOD 131. fag L- EJ! V 'KH Q 5 I I I -may-IJmInIwagnme "SARAH 1" " K LOUISE COLEMAN LOBRAINE EWING PAT GARVIN J GRANT NAOMI GUSTINE GERALDINE I-IANsoN BETTY IAIARRELSON MARGARET IIARRIS MARTHA HISTED MARX' HOUSER MIKRION JENKS N ORMA JOHNSON HELEN KONGSTED JOCELYN NORTIIFIELD MARIAN OPPENIIEIM ALICE PEAVY IKITA POCIIERT JANE ROBERTS BETTY ANNE B012-SON BETTY LOU SCOEIE MARY LORRAINE SIIIMP EDITH SMITH J AYNE SMITH BETTY J 0 SPEES BETTY TARR ELEANOR TONVNSEND BETTY JANE ULY'ANG MARY JANE WHITAKER The Zeta Mus deserve special recognition for their project which consists of paying the tuition of a child at the Ridgeway Grammar School each semester. By participating o11e hundreduper cent in the project, the in ,.t . 1- 11.3 .. girls showed the interest, enthusiasm and cooperative spirit which are part of the ideals of the sorority. Throughout the year each girl enjoyed hayrides, parties, banquets, special speakers, and holiday cele- brations. Miss Schuholz took part with the girls in their project and social activities and helped with the organizing and carrying out of the events which have made this year one of the best yet. for the Zeta Mu Alphas. Pg 209 '7 1 'Vi537'?'fP" F4 sr' . wtf ,V wi -,fiff,g..j+-1 iz? ygf fav? OFFICERS MAUBINE MARTIN President BETTY J ANE ULVANG Vice-Pres idenl J ANE GRANT Secretary LoU1.sE COLEMAN Treasurer GERALDINE HANSON Pledge Sponsor MARIAN OPPENHEIM Project Chairman Miss Lois ScHUHoLz Sponsor v'3Q'!"?"' - L ,X ,M ,. 1 A " I- 1 pg FEL . , .lg df. . ffl x,-1siEf"'t3Ffg- OFFICERS JANE DIVEKEY President Doms FRECHTLING n Vice-President ELAINE SCHALZ Secrelary CHARLOTTE RUSSELL Treasurer PATRICIA ANNE WHITE Pledge Sponsor EI,oIsE EVANS Project Chairman Miss MELISSA HIBBAED Sponsor The Zeta Phi Deltas not only saw to it that children of kindergarten age received proper dental care during the year, but also, as another phase of their project, put a youngster through Benton Kindergarten. By choosing these very practical projects, Zeta Phi Delta girls showed their interest in the betterment of com- munity life and laid the foundation for participation in such services in their after-college experiences. Social plans for the year included informal parties in the sorority room- once a month, a special Christmas party, frequent picnics during spring, and a farewell banquet in May. Miss Melissa Hibbard, faculty sponsor, assisted the girls in the completion of plans for their project and various social affairs. Page 210 ,M 1: . ,fi , 4, X 'XS . l XM! V, N X F .fl ww ,f ,ax IQ . .1 - way: V 'is r 'Ql- if fgf X -L. :Q'k'rw K , hy, 1 uv ,N w m 5 Ji! R "'Q'!b- ga au" "'Ml"'g-M Q" ':1,33l,R'iU- '!QWfi1., ,.,1r1n'3'1.'W :mari .,-.L-.- . t. V - y.. -,S-.ff-new-if 1 .. 1 - , 'n, . I. if ff V1 Ygwis-.. -3 1 J-g. , f .., ,I gi - ' ' 5 1 Q M. .vu WW: M' : Ml. Hg www, 41, N- .V :V , W. , Vw 'H W A Wx V f AUDREY EUSTIS ELOISE EVANS JEAN EWAN DORIS FRECHTLING D0noTuY GOULD BET1'x' ANN KEUP IQAIIOLYN IQOEHLER CONNIE LATER CHAHLOTTE RUSSELL IELAINE SCHALZ Doms SPIEGELBERG BE'f'1'1C VOTRUBA PATRICIA VVHITE A -u " HEL 4, ,u I, u The Army and Anchor Brat Club is the second division of a national organization originating at the University of Texas less than 'two years ago. The club was founded to further cooperation and spirit, and to promote a feeling of unity among service girls on campus, as well as to renew old acquaintances and to make new contacts. Member- ship is limited to the daughters of regular and retired army and navy officers. The members laid plans for a project that will become active early next fall. This project will be working in close contact with the Army and Navy Belief Program, and doing whatever the sponsors of this program feel is neces- sary. A combined business and social meeting was held once a month, and special traditions, such as picnic meetings before the annual Army-Navy football game, and a dinner on Army Day were observed. The sponsor of the club was Miss Betty Cunnnings. "Man may live without friends, man may live without cooksg but civilized man cannot live without books." With this famous quotation for its motto, the Book Club originated. Because all its members share this thought, the organization has become one of the strongest groups on campus. As a project this year, the club sponsored an autographed book collection. Such subjects as Saroyan, Shake- speare, Noel Coward and the current best sellers or "Books of the Month" were discussed by the girls at meetings. Since most girls will 'take part in organized activities after graduation, Miss Stanton feels that individual participation in such discussions is particularly important. The club's annual Country Club dinner was held in February, with Andre Maurois, celebrated French novelist and biographer, as guest speaker. The Camera Club, conceived in order to give Stephens girls who are interested in photography an opportunity to work and develop their skill, has as its project the formation of hobby groups. In these groups, photographers, trained by the club, helped other enthusiastic girls develop photography as their hobby. The club held bi-weekly meetings at which Eastman Kodak slides were shown, and an exhibit at the S. A. B. carnival presented pictures of last year's spring trip. Other features of the exhibit were a studio at which students could have their pictures taken for five cents, and a display of portraits 'taken by members of the club. A dark room in Hickman Hall basement afforded the members an opportunity to learn to develop and print the pictures they had taken. A tea for Dr. Alfaro, former President of Panama, who was brought to the campus as a guest speaker by the Foreign Relations Board, several talks by students from foreign countries, and a Mexican dinner at the Country Club were but a few of the activities sponsored by Carmencita, the Spanish club, this year. The club, under the supervision of Miss Logan, brings together girls with an interest in the Spanish language and customs. It enables 'them to become better acquainted with the traditions of Spain, and to take an active interest in South America, its history and its relation to the United States today. Jerry Lauder, President of Carmencita, is from Buenos Aires, and there are other members from Puerto Rico, Chile, Brazil and Argentina. Page 213 To give the students a better understanding of the life, literature, and art of France, as well as the social and political aspects of these subjects is the purpose of the French Club, which is sponsored by Mr. N elf, head of the French department. A clearer observation and appreciation of the French people and their customs is, the club believes, procured through a study of the philosophy ofthe French. Talks on French art and literature were given by faculty members throughout the year. A French dinner, at which advanced students spoke only French, and numerous French motion pictures brought to the campus by the club were also list.ed on the social calendar. International Night, a major event at Stephens, drew many of the mem- bers in traditional French costumes, the celebration of Saint Cathe-riue's day was also observed. K The German Club was organized to promote a close and friendly relationship among students having a common interest in the German department. The members endeavored to create interest. and enthusiasm for the language through informal meetings, plays, conversation, games, dancing and singing. They also attempted to build improved international relationships and ideas with students in other language departments. Feeling that in this time of world conflict mutual understanding between national groups is more important than ever before, they worked together toward their goal. Informal gatherings were held at the homes of the faculty members, where the club played games and made plans for the German Ptathskeller at the S. A. B. Carnival and for the annual Christmas coffee. One of the most essential student organizations at Stephens is Health Council, which not only keeps girls aware of necessary health precautions, but gives its members valuable training in health education. The council was com- posed this year of its officers and one representative chosen by the House Council of each residence hall. Acting as a clearing house for health problems referred to it by Administrative Council was the work of Health Council. The organization met every other Tuesday in the Health Center with Mrs. Ariel C. Niedringhaus, Sponsor. By distributing pamphlets on such subjcts as fatigue, dieting, and Stop Day, through hall proctors, and by means of health posters and movies, Health Council made the individual girl more conscious of her responsibility of helping to maintain the health of the student body as a whole. Within the I-Iomarts Club 'there are four major divisions, each with its own chairman and sponsor, and classified as Foods, Marriage, Child Study, and Clothing. Bed Cross instructors and otl1er guests spoke to the girls on subjects of interest.. to 'these groups at many of their meetings. At the annual S. A. B. Carnival, the Homarts girls conducted a '5Love Problem Forum" at which students had their personal problems analyzed and were given hints on "how to get their men." A hamburger fry at Pop Collins' cabin started the year's social activities. This was followed by a formal init.ia- tion ceremony at the Christmas meeting. At a social meeting in January the girls made health posters and soon after- ward gave a bridge party with defense stamps as prizes. Page 214 FRENCH CLUB ELEANOIK TOWNSEND Presidenl JANET ME'l'ZGEli Secrelary ISARBARA BLICK Treasurer Mn. WIl,FlilED NEP'F Sponsor GERMAN CLUB N'ANCY SC:-IMITT Presidenl T1-1ELMA Ross Vice-President SALLY As'r0n Secrelary IIELEN Bunmsss Treasurer MR. KUIXT VON Fons'1'MExEn Sponsor HEAIJ'FH COUNCIL NANCY CooK Presidenl MYKRJORIE J. NELIMARK Seerelary-Treasurer Mus. ARIEL C. NIEDRINGPIKUS Sponsor HOMAB'FS CLUB PA'1'1uC1A THOMAS Presidenl Do1xoTHY I'IAnD1E Vice-Presidenl BEVERLY GRAHAM Seerelary IVIARTHA CUIXIKY Treasurer Miss ELOISE Conan Mus. HELEN CIARVEY IVIISS OMA UMBEL Miss VIRGINIA HCANSON Sponsors HYPATIA ILIEXAGON MARY DEAN GRIBIES President BETH MCGUTRE Vice-Presidenl JUNE VARNEH Secretary-Treasurer SYLVIA MOEN Social Chairman Mus. THEODOSIA TUCKER C MH. :ROBERT SUTTON Sponsors ALLAVVAY P110 MUSICA EUNICE BISSETT President MARTHA SPENCE Vice-President BETTY INGHAM Secretary LEE IIANEY Treasurer MR. KAIXL BHATTON MISS ELIZABETH FRETZ MISS ELEANOIT MELLINGER MB. KENNETH NEWLAND MISS NESTA WTLLIAMS Sponsors ROSTBUM DOROTHY J AQUES President NAOMI GOLDSTEIN Vice-President DH. WESLEY XVIKSELL Sponsor SECRETARIAL CLUB LEE MILLER President DORO'YHY GEREN Vice-President ANN BOOTH Secretary MABJOHY CHIPMAN Treasurer MISS ORREL E. LITTLE Sponsor Hypatia Hexagon is the oldest club on the Stephens campus, having been organized in 1927 as a means of further- t f b rshi is that a girl must be taking or have ing the interest of girls in mathematics. The only requiremen or mem e p H t' H ' ro'ect is raising money for a sun dial for President Wood's taken a course in college mathematics. ypa 13 exagon s p j ll 'd k rs were entertained at the meetings, but more often the girls themselves rose garden. Occasiona y outsl e spea e spoke on such subjects as mathematics in defense and decoding. At the S. A. B. Carnival, Hypatia Hexagon girls told fortunes with cards, palm readings, and tea leaves. This is one of the oldest 'traditions of the club and of the Carnival. The yearis activities ended with a waffle breakfast at the Country Club. Working in close cooperation with members of Sigma Gamma Gamma, honorary music sorority, is Pro Musica, founded to promote an appreciation and interest in classical music. The club has four divisions: Popular Music, Folk Music, Classical Music, and Solo Work. Each of these divisions is under the direction of an individual faculty sponsor. Pro Musica members met visiting musicians and singers at receptions given for these guest artists. During the fall, the Pro Musica girls also held receptions in honor of the conservatory faculty members. Shortly before Christ- mas a wallle supper was enjoyed by all members. Poise, self-control, and the ability to lead others are developed through the eilforts of Ptostrum, Stephens' speech club. At the bi-weekly meetings, schedules of speeches to be delivered for campaigns and campus drives were made. Campaigns such as the Victory Book and the Pied Cross drives are the projects of Ptostrum. Interest in speech work is the only qualification a girl must possess to belong to Bostrum. Members recently WOI'k8d on records for the annual S. A. B. Carnival. In past years a speech festival of colleges from nearby towns has been held i11 the spring. Participants give readings, orations, and declamations. Near the end of the year the annual Rostrum banquet was held. After-dinner speeches were made by the members. At Secretarial Club meeting during the year, prominent members of the business world spoke to those girls who wish to engage in a secretarial career. Through these speakers, prospective career women learned of the activities and responsibilities which they will have to encounter in business life. Dr. Paul Lomax, professor of business training at New York University, was on campus in March, surveying what Stephens was doing in the secretarial field in regard to terms of employment, opportunities, curricular improvement and general increased efficiency. He spoke to the club members on "What Surveys Show a Secretary Knows," and was entertained by the group at a Country Club dinner. Every meeting of the Secretarial Club was not devoted to serious vocational programs, however. Picnics and wallle suppers were featured entertainments, proving that business can be mixed with pleasure. Page 217 , - Through the efforts of the Stephens League of Wome11 Voters, students learned how to become more intelligent citizens a11d how to stimulate campus interest i11 forums and projects. The civic-minded girls of the organization worked throughout the year planning programs and social meetings which would benefit the entire student body. An outstanding example of the contribution of the group to the school was the manner in which they helped guide spring elections. At League meetings, girls followed the democratic procedure whereby everyone was given an opportunity of opening a discussion on a topic i11 which she was especially interested. Open houses were held throughout the year for all students, those who attended were entertained by student and faculty speakers. Refreshments were served by League members. The Foreign Relations Board is one of the most influential groups on campus, for each year it sponsors a series of lectures on international affairs by some of the most outstanding writers and thinkers of today. In this year's series were lectures by Robert Aura Smith, Cable Desk Editor of the New York Times, who spoke on the importance of the Far East, Dr. Ricardo Alfaro, former President of the Republic of Panama, who talked on Latin America, Max Lerner, nationally known liberal thinker and author of "It's Later Than You Think," who dis- cussed American economic policy, and Vincent Sheean, world-famous foreign correspondent, who gave a resume of the war situation in the Orient. Dr. John Decker of the Social Science Department sponsored the Board and backed the series "to the last ditch." In addition to the Lecture Series, the club maintained a program of informal meetings where international problems were discussed by the members. Miss Annie Lawson acted as sponsor of the Prince of Wales Club, an organization for girls interested in horse- manship. In order to join the club, riders had to pass a written examination and a practical test which limited mem- bership in Prince of Wales to experienced horsewomen. The club sponsored two horse shows this year: one in November in cooperation with the University of Missouri Polo Association, and the annual Spring Horse Show in April. Captain Fred W. Boswell of Wellesley, Massachusetts, was on campus from March 30 to April 4 to teach the principles of the balance-seat and to judge the April Horse Show. O11 the wall of the Physical Education Office hangs a charter granted to the group by the late Will Rogers, founder of the national Prince of Wales Club. Mr. Ptogers started the organization when Edward, Duke of Windsor, was Prince of Wales and noted for his poor horsemanship. Stephens members of the club wear bronze lapel pins showing a horse and rider. Page 215' S IEPHENS LEAGUE MIIIIAM CIIms'I'IE President JUNE SCARBOIIOUGII Vice-President XVILBUETA NVYNANI' Secrelary .BAIIBAIIA CLOGIIEII Publicily MILIIGQCF MAlK'ILYN NIEAIKITASS Business Manager Mn. TOIMI KYl.l.ONl5N Spunsor 14 OREIGN RELATIONS DOIIOTIIY SPOEIIL Presidenl CAROLINE LATIIAM Program Chairman. JUDY MCCIJllliI,IE Usher Chairnmn TIIAIIUN M ICKELSON Secrelury-Treasurer MAIIIAN IIOLEN Publicily Chairmrm Du. JOIIN DI5CKI'IIK Sponsor PRINCE OF WALES CIUB MARILYN WILLIAMS Presidenl CAIIOI. KREUSSEII Vice-Presidenl CAIROLINE LATIIA AI Secrelary- Treasurer Miss ANNIE! LAwsoN Sponsor Page 219 -Ir QQ! Q4,Q,,,M I E I 5 s i F 5 5 J 5 5 i 1 - " Y . V. V f A - . , . . ...,. . ,..,L - . ,xx Q., ap. .. .-mn-n..' ,zihefhieiseBi-frdgigsi-.2-va-E!L:l?.i,rvE:''un-r.-1 4-'q-w,-- .-.gm-I-..,. Y ,. -- ,Q .. -V- .V ,Q 1 ll ,L fi. H W " X ' ,H 1, ' w ,. 1 x As the foundation of the Good Life at Stephens, organized religious activity performs two vital functions: It helps every student develop a practical philosophy of living based upon Christian principles, and it provides girls with many opportunities for self-expression through service. An essential part of Stephens' philosophy is the emphasis placed on growth, spiritual as well as mental. In order to fit the personality of the individual girl, her philosophy must be constantly changing. This gaining of new stature and new perspective is what is meant by the development of spiritual vision. Stephens women remember Vespers as one of the most beloved 'traditions of their years at col- lege. Once each week, through the beauty of the service and the inspiring talks of Mr. Weaver, girls can pause for a few moments to think carefully about their personal problems in terms of religious values. Students who do not include courses in the Division of Religion and Philosophy in their schedules 'find the discussions in Vespers and in Sunday morning Burrall Class particularly helpful. In the troubled and complex world of today no religion can meet human needs unless it provides means for the highest type of self-expression, service to others. Many of the social service projects carried on by Stephens students have been mentioned in this book. Collecting food to be donated to needy families, packing boxes for orphans at Christmas, visiting patients in hospitals each week, and helping in W. P. A. nurseries for pre-school children are only a few of the ways in which girls prepare for further constructive activity in their own communities. Stephens women are learning to be leaders, both in their grasp of essential religious truths and in their application of these ideals to the problems of personal, community, and national life. Page ZZZ S, W H15 Wm in ci" 5 F' ron! row: TILTZ 1 Woon SCHOUTEN Q PEPPERS S J N., Back row: N 5 A VAN CUREN SMITH, M. H. POFFENBARGER BURRALL CLASS The fostering of a religious consciousness which will center the attention of Stephens students on personal values and the all-important question, 'LHOW do I Want to live?" is the first objective of the program of religious education at Stephens college. In order to talk about and think through the problems faced by the average student on a college or university campus, discussion groups have been organized: "We Modems," under the direction of Robert E. Carson, and "Femme Forum," for Stephens girls and university women, "Men's Parleyv, under the direction of Francis C. Bayley, is the men students, discussion group. The Foreign Relations Club, sponsored by John A. Decker, merged with the Burrall Class office live years ago to sponsor the Foreign Relations Lecture Series. Occasional fire-side chats, open house at Mr. Weaver's and residence hall discussions rounded out the program for the furtherance of the main objectives of the Division. Can Sunday, Red Cross drives, and orphan adoption at Christmas time gave students an oppor- tunity to increase their responsiveness to the needs of those about them through social service Work, at Thursday afternoon Vespers, Mr. Weaver gave short talks on problems with which college women are most concerned. Christine Wood, president of Burrall cabinet, was in charge of all meetings and supervised the work of her chairmen. She also represented Burrall in Legislature. Peggy Peppers acted as social chairman, planning all teas and parties throughout the year, While Ellen Poifenbarger, head of pub- licity, Worked with her committees on publicity for teas, lectures and the Burrall Orchestra concerts. Myrna Smith worked with Mr. Weaver and a committee planning Vespers. Project chairman Jean Schouten chose girls to help her win campus-wide participation for Can Sunday, orphan adop- tion, Red Cross drives and NeWsboy's breakfast. Besides being in charge of We Moderns, Betty Tiltz led discussions at each of the meetings. She also planned programs for Sunday morning Burrall. Page 224 9 Sunday morning fashions Burrall parly slagline Sunday nigh! Vespers Ham and eggs for newsboys My 'I-if STEPHENS COLLEGE CHORUS One hundred voices comprise the Stephens College Glee Club, which prepared two concerts this year: the Christmas concert which this winter featured carols, and the annual spring concert composed of American folk songs and modern American music. Some of the arrangements of American folk melodies by John Jacob Niles were included in the program. Mr. Niles, said to be one of the foremost authorities on this type of music in the world, was on campus in February and assisted the Glee Club in their understanding of our own folk songs through several lectures and lessons at which he coached the girls himself. The modern rhythm featured on the program was that of George Gershwin, with an arrangement by Norman Goodbrod of the conservatory faculty of excerpts from his operetta, "Porgy and Bess". In addition to the concerts, the club occasionally sang at Sunday morning Burrall Class and presented a radio broadcast over station KFRU. Rehearsals always began and ended with a Stephens song. ' ir Pg 226 SYMPHCDNY ORCHESTRA Burrall Orchestra has contributed several outstanding musical events to campus life this year. It presented five full-length concerts under the baton of James Adair. The climax of the group's work Was the performance of Gounod's Faust, the first opera ever given in Columbia. Singers of the Festival Opera Company were brought to Stephens to sing the leading roles. Orchesis, the Modern Dance group, furnished dancers, and members of the Burrall Chorus also took part in the production. Isidor Phillip, internationally famous pianist and teacher, came to Stephens in the fall as soloist with the orchestra. One of the most popular concerts in the series presented Charles Galloway as the narrator of Prokofieiius orchestral fairy tale "Peter and the Wol'f." EE vi 'WG-. ' JJ.- UNRISE CHCDIR PH " is-Q' . 54 Each Sunday morning members of the Sunrise Choir met at seven olclock for hot coffee and rehearsal. The Choir broadcast over KFBU at 7:45. The girls were chosen for dependability, loyalty, training in voice, ability to read music at sight. Another major prerequisite was that the attitude of the selected group toward life and religion be natural and line, for each broadcast was a meaningful occasion not only to girls at Stephens but to the listeners in Columbia. Organized in 1926, the Choir first broadcast from the second floor of the Conservatory, then moved to the Baptist Church, and later to the Auditorium, where the programs still originate. Under the sponsorship of Miss Colby of the Conservatory faculty, tl1e Sunrise Choir has sung at Vespers several times, including the special Thanks- giving vespers. Later they sang at a Burrall Orchestra Concert, and finally at the arena early on Easter morning, when tl1e entire student body gathered for a sunrise service. Page 226' BETTY Tnxrz MH. CARSON P ge 22.0 MOD NS In the Burrall Class program, which places special emphasis on the application of religious principles to student problems, We Moderns plays an important part. Its value to Stephens girls is proved by the size of the group Which met every Wednesday evening in Lela Haney Wood Parlors. Discussions were long and informal, often continuing beyond the time scheduled for the meetings. "What can we do to help in the war effort?" "How can We improve social conditions in our communities?" "Should We try to combine mar- riage With a career9": these topics indicate the range of subject matter. Questions were selected by Betty Tiltz, chairman of We Moderns, and Mr. Carson, the faculty sponsor. Besides the informal conversations and question periods, faculty members were invited to give short talks at some of the meetings. Much of the success of We Moderns is due to the Work of Mr. Carson, who is Well-known to students for his sympathetic understanding of their problems. Can Sunday-one of the largest single social service projects of Burrall Class. Late in the fall offerings of food were collected from girls in every residence hall for donation to Colum- bia's needy families. This picture also shows a typical cross-sec- tion of Burrall Class: On the stage, the Burrall Chorus, Mr. Weaver, and members of the Bur- rall Cabinet from Stephens and Missouri Uni- versity. 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' ' ' Q A -.Fx - .. - 7' ,f..?Wh if 1 fd X , U IIELENE CASSIDY OLIVE Pmcls CIIARTEHS ANITA FIKRLOWV BILLY I-IowAI1D SUE HOLDEIIMAN VIRGINIA JACOBS CAROL Knnussiz HELEN E CASSIDY, who has served Columbia's Girl Scout troops faithfully as a volunteer leader. OLIVE PRICE CHARTERS, Whose work as Editor of Stephens Standard has been outstanding and who has been especially conscientious in her service to all groups and committees to which she be- longed. AN ITA FARLOW, who, both as President of Administrative Council and in her personal life, has shown exceptional Willingness to help individuals understand the rules and traditions of Stephens. BILLY HOWARD, Who, as House Manager of North Hall, has helped many Juniors in their adjust- ment to life at Stephens. SUE HOLDERIVIAN, who has not been content to administer Pan-Hellenic Division entirely accord- ing to old plans, but has worked consistently to improve it in many ways. VIRGINIA JACOBS, whose clever and original cartoons of campus manners and customs have added gaiety to the pages of Stephens Life. CAROL KREUSSER, who has made a very personal and vital contribution to the Stephens spirit in addition to her work as Vice-President of the Board of Publications. Pg '32 KA'1'IfILEEN GAMNULL Doms Gmmrn' JUNE HAIIDY JOANNE Sromsi' MYRNA SMITH Ln.1.IAN STIELER MOLIJY JEAN XVILSON IZ. KATHLEEN GAMMILL, who has been kind, just, and unusually helpful to individual Stephens girls, going far beyond the requirements of her position as President of Tower Hall. DORIS GEBRITY, who sacrificed her own time and recreational opportunities last summer to the performance of her duties as Senior Sister Chairman. JUNE HARDY, who has given so much extra time and personal attention to the smallest details of her work as Editor of the Slephensophia. JOAN NE SIGRIST, who, with vital leadership and untiring effort, has guided Student Congress through its Hrst year as a major campus division. MYRN A SMITI-I, whose iine personal attitude, added to her conscientious Work as chairman of the Vespers Committee, has meant much to religious life on campus. LILLIAN STIELER, who, in her work as President of Wales Hall, has shown especial interest in her hall Independent group and has given outstanding service not only to Wales, but to Stephens. M OLLY JEAN WILSON, who has given many hours of her time to helping other students with their class work. Page 233 'A' THE FOUR-FOLD GIRL is the senior girl chosen for the noteworthy attributes of mental strength, physical health, social poise, and spiritual vision. THE BEST PRIVATE CITIZEN has shown a consistent constructive influence through her re- spect for campus laws, and by her power of leadership. She does not hold a major campus office but maintains, both in attitude and in action, the ideals of the school. Pg 234 if TI-IE+IDEAI.S APPRECIATION OF THE BEAUTIFUL 0 An ability to see loveli- ness in ordinary surroundings as well as in art, music, or literature, and to inspire love for the arts in others. t CHEERFULNESS 0 Consistent maintenance of a buoyantly cheerful outlook on life and a cordial friendliness which brings gladness to others. COURTESY Q Gracious refinement and friendliness which express themselves in marked consideration for the comfort and feelings of others. FORCEFULNESS 0 Tried ability in office, especially as evidenced by success in tactfully influencing others to work, and in exerting a wide and constructive influence over the campus as a whole. HEALTH 0 Radiant health of body, excellent physical and mental well-beingg not necessarily the ability to star in sports, but a real interest in them. i HONESTY 0 Courage in one's own convictions, eagerness to acknowl- edge aid and achievements of others, and intolerance of dishonesty of any sort. LOVE OE SCHOLARSHIP Q A sincere appreciation and enjoyment of learning, combined with accurate attention to detail, a questioning attitude which leads to voluntary study. f - SELF-DISCIPLINE 0 A personal control of sufficient power to enable a girl to do what she knows ought to be done, absolute dependability, in- volving a wise organization of time and money and a wise decision between various loyalties. i SERVICE 0 Dependable service to Stephens and to one's friends- not particularly conspicuous services which yield honor to the doer, but more especially small, unobtrusive, but constantly-repeated services. 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IOTH STREET PHONE 4334+ BEAUTIFUL SHOES FOR BEAUTIFUL GIRLS SMARTEST GORGEOUS TONES 4 6 in in FOOTWEAR SHEER CHIFFONS eupERlUP 51-15155 for Where Stephens Girls COLLEGE VVOMEN Love to Shop 800 BROADWAY DIAL 7303 BUCHROEDEIVS Fralernily Jewelers DIAL 9444 1015 BROADWAY WHAT MILLER IS TO SXVING, WHAT ORSON IS TO MARS, WHAT GABLE IS TO THE FLICKERS, WHAT YOUR ALLOWANCE IS TO YOUR FRIENDS . . W that's what X K wk X S 7? X ,MN 1 fl 1 Clothes If X 5 X if Lf' J f ARE TO THE SMART GIRL WHO KNOWS I " f .Z f' if fo MW' .M 6lWHAT THE SCORE Is!" RA..- 2 4-'P Q5 DAILY CLEANERS COMPLIMENTS "MASTERS IN OUR OF LINE" T M Q 909 CHERRY STREET CO. "Wear Clean Clothes" KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Member of NATIONIAL ASSOCIATION OF CLEANERS AND DYERS JOIN THE SWING TO HEATING BY Missouri Utilities Company H"'5 TIGER HOTEL 5""""' NEW AND FIREPROOF AIR-COOLED DINING ROOM AND Rooms SLEEP IN COMFORT AND SAFETY --Hosv OF TH:-: souTHwEsT ' 9 You ll Remember POPUZW' Pfiwd GOOD FOOD . . . PROPERLY PREPARED AND Dmmg Servzce SERVED IN TEXACO TOWN'S OWN STYLE ' We help you make any evening a party you'll remember LIEADQUABTEBS FOR STUDENT TEXACO TOWN DIAL 4454 DANIELS LUMBER COMPANY Plan Service for Heiney Homes Exclusive Agents for DIERIQS STEAM IQILN DRIED LUMBER DIAL 9797 QTII AND AsH 'cWe Wish to express here our appreciation and thanks for the business received from the student hody of Stephens Collegei' DORN-CLONEY Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Company A Friendly Bank . . . SAFE SOUND DEPENDABLE Accounts Soliciled 1365-19442 EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK I C A N D I E S PERSONALIZED STATIONERY SODAS - SANDWICIIES DRINKS Coiffures BAR AND MEZZANINE Hopper-Pollard . Drug Co. "The Reazall S1f0re" DIAL 4171 907 E. BROADVV nr . PARSONS Columbia's Newest, Most Beautiful S I S T E R S Beauty Bar, Featuring CARA NOME, LUCIEN LELONG, MAX FACTOR, 1 COTY, CABON, and many others. 1019 BROADWAY DIAL 5618 COMPLIMENTS I of E. W. Stephens Publishing Company TIGER BEAUTY S H O P T BU LY LEONA MAYO P'0""i'f"'r D OMIN A NT TELEPHONE 3411 JUL1E's BALCONY S H 0 P COMPLIMENTS . OF , S. H. KBESS J L Sz COMPANY I PACKING BAGGAGE SHIPPING SERVICE Q, 66 Q, T r a I1 S f e 1' S1 fi S t 0 1' a g e C 0. lllember: N. F. W. A. Agents: ALLIED VAN LINES, Inc. FIBEPBOOI3 STORAGE MISSOURI MOTOR COMPANY AUT OMOBILES-PARTS-TIRES-ACCESSOBIES Sales and Service T 3163 I' N S COLUMBIA, MISSOURI DESOT O PLYMOUTH CADILLAC RING- COOKED SEALED-FLAVOR STEAKS Exclusive Rights for Columbia ,A DANIEL BOONE HOTEL COFFEE SHOP Since 1857 .... Boone County National Bank R. B. PRICE, President Illember: Feder lReserve Syst- Illemb . Federal Dep Llnsurance C p L BROADNVAY AND EIGHTH STREETS COLUMRLA, MISSOURI 14' 814 BROADWAY 50' 5 X 6' ,fa-.9 W Af' Q9 'X ' X Off 4 'IMNQI N s '22 0 We 'N J 3fdQJ I 74 I x X "Let,s get a Coca-Cola" When you want a refreshing moment,s rest, swing into the pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola. It's the right step to real refreshment. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. COLUIVIBIA, MISSOURI DIAL 6335 COLLEGE THEATRE CO. MISSOURI . HALL . VARSITY o AMERICAS GREATEST STARS in THE WORLD,S BEST PICTURES SMITH MILLINERY Buy With Confidence . CUSTOM-MADE HATS , LUMBER GAGE and STETSON HARDWARE . PAINT We DO Cleaning and Repairing GLASS of Hats and Design Them for RGOFING the Individual ., CEMENT and 12 S. 9TI'1 DIAL T232 LIME IF YOU WOULD REACI-I TI-IE TOP . . . ALNXTAYS 3394 - DIAL - 5422 TKEEP YOURSELF "TOPS" ' To Geh the "TOPS" of Every- thing in Beauty Service, Make Your Appointment, al, La Crosse Lumber CO The Styl-est Beauty Shop 408-I0 B "IFS Slylish lo be Slyled ROADWAY al lhe Slyl-esf, 1007 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 4724. Dependable Building fTffflf6l'IiG,l.S' Since 1873 - ICE CUBES YOU' ' RE ONLY AS FAR FROM HOME AS YOU ARE FROM A TELEPHONE MISSOURI TELEPHO E C0 fp Favored More Each Year Because - - - - YOU'REAPRODUCT IN - Foous 5 M INUTES STAY Fmssrmn - N0 Noism - Foons 'I' ASTE S No BETTER CovEnEn DISHES M - o1xE HEALTH- , N0 FUI, EXPENSIVE REPAIRS ' m COSTS LESS SOETEEOOMY ATOR S 5 50 as low as ..... Columbia Ice Sr Storage C0 320 BROADNVAY PHONE 4143 hn- PF STEPHENS . . . And one day soon, its diploma will be your proudest possession. It will be your proof of years well spent. In the marketing of foods, Sprague, War- ner Bn Company have a similar 'diploma system' to qualify and grade its large family of food products. When a food deserves the highest possible honors, we mark it Richelieu, so that no matter where or when you buy, you'll recognize the finest by its special diploma. Yes, ever since 1862, the most discriminating house- wives have chosen V V V 0UAlITY F0008 P. S.-Richelieu Foods Are Served at Stephens College T' 'v HL OLD AND NE.W STUDENTS ALWAYS ARE WELCOME GREE PON'S Pe 258 Stephens "Sustes" Crave LISBETH LINGERIE X LIBSON Hosnmv X UXGLILSIQUZIII4 at X M-2 X 813 BBOADVVAY MILE POSTS in your Stephens daysg We hope to add another some future date at G36b16P,S Black 81 Gold "The Center of Inn Student Activities" P CONLEY AVE. AT G-ENTRY LACE "shrine Stephens Girls Enjlying Central I ce Cream Our modern Dairy Plant is your FIRST STOP going down town on Broadway . . . and your LAST STOP coming back. VVhile you enjoy Central milk and ice cream in your Stephens dining room many of you like to stop in for an Ice Cream Cone going' and coming from school . . . once you try it you'll always like it. ICE 259 CENTRAL DAIRY PRODUCTS SERVED TO STEPHENS GIRLS R EG ULARLY AUTOMATI CALLY Pasleurized milk Creamed Col, Lage Cheese Bu lttermilk Smooth Ice Cream C THE CLASS PANELS AND THE IDEALS FOP. T1-112 1942 STEPHENSOPHIA ABE FROM THE STUDIO OF PAUL PARSONS L. To Be Stephens' Cinderella Girl G0 T0- LE D O BEAUTY sHoP 23 SOUTH 10th STREET PHONE 4900 ,IOH EPPLE CONSTR CTIO CO P GENERAL CONTRACTORS COLUMBIA, MISSOURI O Contracts Executed for Stephens College: North Hall, Tower Hall, Laura Stephens Hall, Walter Hall, Lela Raney Wood Hall, Sloan Hall, Extension of Columbia Hall, Extension of Dining Room, Raynor Gables Stables, Fielding Smith Hall, Extension to Hat.cl1er Hall, also, com- pletion of the addition to Tower Hall Dining Room and New- hall during the past year. Fon COMPLETE EYESIGHT SERVICE Have Your Eyes Examined DR. ROGER A. WALTERS, Optometrist JN I Eyesight Specialist O ll 6' Q Oculist's Prescriptions Filled New-Goodlooking and Comfortable Broken Lenses Duplieated SAVES LENSE BHEAKAGE ONE DAY SERVICE Call 5638 for Appointment 3 SOUTH 9TH S Pg 261 FREDENDALIJS COLUMBIA'S DEPENDABLE DEPARTMENT STORE C DIAL 4310 716-718 BROADWAY , gif-. "fl ,.-w e . u REPRESENTING ESSEX-'Q53 6, WX- COLUMBIA'S X 9 -jfrn--.I Q, Q5 031, A u SMARTEST 'H ii? 135 029 ' SHOES . A 5,5092 YJ? AQ ' Q Q A Of N, . . , S039 . , ,551 ' 049' OK: 0 3' GCP' 0, , PARAMOUNTS 'uf .A., ' ,Q 5 0, 'O 9,4 9Q69a QQ? of g V 00' 6,5 00 Maggie. -gxf 6x 3,9 - I CARL WERSKY SORORITY HOUSE EDNA WERSKY ' 9 gf K3 ei' 0' ayaoexf 603 . A 'xy 0:9 Q' 9' 009 '90, O98 ' N D -"Aw-S 6009 KEQCA9' Oc '06 Qfaaofb QU33' f I A OVUS BBQ :SSRN X'-W ' A ' D ff S 'ivxxx , o 4 S K, . 6 0 1 ' ' 5i'9OQZfbf90,f'3ZOOxZ'Q 3? '50 60? 5 Q TUPPER SANDALS ' , 96 7061 O0 Q2 5 Q . fuxx " . I 5 90' Q0 Sjx' fg K3 9,6 K , RIIYTHRI SHOES " ,-,Y i 0' 4 09 gon 0:9 1382 Kb 55-W o Q5 O0,'X?'2'5 K' Q R H1-LARKS Xi! A ,SW v ,E wwe 7 XILEAA A , 9 P, N ' AEE OTTO MARQm3T'rH H sg Q- 5 A A -I xxx O o ,T the novus Shop RAY IEIMMFI THE DRUG SHOP A Exclusive Agfzni in Columbia 5 I I T J FOR 557 517' DOROTHY GRAY . . . BARBARA GOULD . X TUSSY h E ' 815 BROADWAY PgZ6 I I I I INTEQIOQ - DECODATING- . ,FST E - I I D ' ...p :a 2' I r ' F11 - 1 I .. J' S J ga - ' I :A 2' 'df A1 i le-5.5 ll! V I I 1 - 'rv' .6511 V. --' - il" -All I A ' .,4,. 1 M- .-A - , .R e ' N si "' X' Il I DESIRED EFFECTS! Our professional Interior Decorators quickly will get the room-effects you seek for your home. And !-within surprisingly moderate costs. Free your mind of the thought that Interior Decorating is 'expensive' Frequently our professional 'Shopping' knowledge saves sizeable amounts for patrons. Talk it over with us! THE LUCKS-ORWIG CO. Interior Decorations 41652 MARYLAND AVENUE SAINT LOUIS EXCELLE SER SHUP and SAVE ICE COLUMBIA'S SUPER DRUG STORE 904 EAST BROADNVAY EVERY HOUR 6 OF THE DAY , 9 'ff-A3 DRUG STORES- I H C First for VALUES - ITEMS - SERVICE HELP DEFEND AMERICA 118 S' 9TH STREET BUY DEFENSE STAMPS AND BONDS REGULARLY Music America Loves . . . WE HAVE IT CLASSICAL POPULAR RADIO ELECTRIC SHOP WE HAVE MUSIC FOB EVERY MOOD AND t To SUIT EVERY TASTE DIAL 6236 1005 E. BROADWAY Page 263 ou, Qlyeecj 0005 ,give C5009 TASTE n the coming months and years all oF us vvill give up, temporarily, more and more oF the Fine quality to which vve have become accustomed. But this does not mean that we need relinquish our sense oF good taste. It simply means that vve must exercise greater ingenuity in the selection and use oF the materials and Facilities at our disposal. ln printing it means that paper and materials vvill be limited in quality and variety, and there will be Fewer nevv type Faces developed. Thus, the true art oF the capable printer will become more important: his superiority will be emphasized by the ingenuity with which he creates vvorlcs oF beauty in spite oF these limitations. ln selection, arrangement and spacing oF type, in painstaking pressvvorlq and in artful combination oF available papers, inl4s and materials, the capable printer will Find the means to inspire a greater demand For his services among those vvho appreciate Finer things. MI D-STATE PRI NTI NG CQMPANV Printers, Binders and Cover-Malcers For School Yearbooks JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI .I. LOUIS CRUM HEATING AND PLUMBING CONTRACTOR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI . OF COURSE As Always F trst to Show the Newest The ' A I' ROYAL VENETIAN 'HE BLIND COMPANY C HBLINDEDH STEPHENS SHOP ' 1 910 BR Y W AY The ROYAIICHYENESIAN BLIND . I ST. LOUIS, MO. has the very newest and smartest SHOES BAGS M I S S O UR I HOSIERY IN COLUMBIA S T 0 R E for the Smartly dressed "Susie" NOTE-Make the Jacqueline Shop your C O o down town headquarters. You are always welcome. FOR A DELICIOUS SPREAD AT THE END OF THE DAY DO IT TI-IE MODEL BAKERY WAY Big Beautiful Q Cakes Birthday MODEL BAKERY 19 N. NINTI-I STREET DIAL 6311 P 265 J' J I' Y s- ? , . 1' ,F .ff J 1 .YM it k,3Q3,14 if -7,5 Q W A V 1 vi, sf wx "H-'5""' " i ly: ami Q M, AA? ' V Qi? , QX. ,ww 1 -i j g 5 Lin: Wag fd , 1 A g :Ll :wa i , at-1 . ,V J K ' 1 ,Q frm , ' A WS A X 0-'fe I W A 5' I 1 1' fn ,, A " ' A Qi . Aint 2.5 yi fwemn minimum wnisizmr . . . and to the cosmopolitan wornanhood of Stephens College, the name and fame of BURGER-BAIRD is known to such capables as J une Hardy and Ethel Rayner and their staff. Members of Boards of Publication, col- lege and university officials and professors, know of the ability and integrity of this com- pany. For over half a century, we have served faithfully the schools of America. A complete understanding of the problems con- fronting an editor and business manager of a yearbook is ours. So, against that day when you, too, will be buying photo-engravings, fix in your mind the name BURGER-BAIRD. Join the ranks of IEIEJUJ ULVEZALE3 those from Arizona, Utah, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, New York, Maryland and many other states, who know from experience that we are "the engravers of the Middle West. For good printing plates fthe bestj, for unex- celled service Canywhere in Americaj, for an interpretation of your ideas, for an under- standing of your problems and objectives, for all those things you expect from your engraver Qand morej, look to the "Heart of American and BURGER-BAIBD. We stand ready to serve! Write, wire or phone for an appointment with our representative. 60:11:01: Inn M Lt Frm rain au i 45, EHAPHIB ARTS Blillli KANSAS lIlTY,MU I Page 267 SEXTON SERVICE OFFERS YOU I The only nationally advertised brand ol' foods prepared exclusively for the in- stitutional market. 0 The security of endorsement by all the leading trade associations in the in- stitutional lield in the United States. 0 The facilities of the only wholesale grocery company operating plants in the two principal American markets-Chi- cago and New York. O As rendered by Arnericais largest distributors of number ten canned foods, a distinctive service on a complete as- sortment ol' quality foods packed in this institutional size container. 0 I-Iome recipe pickles, relishes and conserves from Sexton Sunshine Kitchens -delicious and appetizing 0 Carefully selected coffees-blends re- sulting from years of careful study- roasted fresh. daily -at Chicago and Brook- lyn. 0 A selection of your needs from the largest inventory ever assembled for the particular needs of those who feed many people each day. Elv.:xbli!,.ed 1583 Edelwcill Qunliky Fund: CHICAGO DALLAS BROOKLYN MILLER-WAYLAND CO. BOOKS - GIFTS STATI ONERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES 0 920 BROADWAY PHONE 37 69 TRADITION and SUCCESS MEAN SECURITY IN A BANK AND GLORY IN A SCHOOL O BOONE COUNTY TRUST COMPANY WISH THIS FOR YOU flflernber: FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION C R E A T O R S Of LIGHTING FIXTURES for STEPHENS COLLEGE BUILDINGS GROSS CHANDELIER CO. ST. LoU1s, Missouiu huddle at '4Col1,z.mbia's Smartest Shop for Susies' AIP.-CONDITIONED A Jane O'Brien, Toni Lynch and Jane Williams go into a glamour 912 BROADWAY DIAL T484 GET THE HABIT 1 UPTOWN l CONTINUOUS-1:00 TO 11:00 P. M. - ADULTS, 250-3505 CHILDREN, 100 THE For a Quarter of a Century O Tlger Laundry f lwl- 4 ff f ,fT5?iTfT7gR P u.s.vlAll nun no. :vnu ICE CREAM PRESSING DYEING AT ALL LEADING DEALERS STORAGE LAUNDRY O PHONE 4155 QXSQALSCHQMQ emma: g Assam PERSONAL APPEARANCE I SPECIALISTS P ge 268 Abbaduska., Dorothy, . . Abbate, Jeanne .....,. Abrahamson, Jean ...... Adcock, Emily Ann .... Aldridge, Marguerite. . . Alexander, Lucretia .... Aloniz, Esther Teresa .,.. Altom, Jean ...,., .,..... Anderson, Anna Louise. .,,. , Anderson, Mary Elizabeth. . . Anderson, Mary Maud ....., Andreotf, Eleanor Marie. . . Arnette, Jocelyn Joy ..... Astor, Sara ..........,. Atkinson, Jane ....... Atwood, E. Bonnar. . . . . . Avery, Mary Annabel .... Badger, .lane ......... Baird, June .........,.. Baisch, Gloria Joanne. . . . Baker. Alice. ........ . . Balfour, Alverna Mae .... Ballinger, Clara Jane. . , . Barnbenck, Irene ..... Barnes, Louise H .... Barnes, Virginia. . . Barringer, Lucy ...... Barry, .Iimsy .......,.... Bartling, Suzanne .......,. Bates, Dorothey Mae.. ,... . Bauingartner, Mary Jane. . . Bauslaugh, Jane .......... Beall, Margorie. ..,..., . . Becker, Ruth ....... . . Beeks, Fay D ......... Beeland, Sara Condre .... Begole, Beverly ........ Benninghoven, Jane ..., Bergman, Betty Jayne. . . Bettcher, Patricia ...... Bu-, Jacqueline ....... Birdsong, Geane, . . . , . Bissett, Eunice Anne. . . Bixby, Kathryn I ..... Black, Betzi Joan. .. Black, Charline M .... Black, Suzanne ....... Blick. Barbara ....... Bliss, Patricia ....,.... Bockius, Enid Claire .... Bodine, Helen May .... Bohnet, ltiarjorie ,....... Bollman, lvlarian ......... Bond, Catherine ..... , ...... SENIORS A B Bonner, Charlotte Louise ..... Bowman, Margaret Lucile. . . Boyle. Llargaret ............ Brand, Ada ............,. Brand, Marjorie .... Brandes, Muriel .... Branson, Faye ,..... . . Branting, Virginia .... Braznell, Ann L. . . . . . Brewer, Phyllis Nan. . . Brian, Dorothy A ..... Brigham, Marguerite .... Brooks, Marillyn ...... Brooks, Martha Ann. . . Broom, Helen G ,....., Brown, Barbara Jean .... Brown, Betty Jane. . .. . Brown, Margaret Lee .... Brown, Theresa C ...... Brunton Carol n . . y ........ Buehler, Barbara Eleanor. . . Burden, Jean E ............ Burns, Dorothy Louise .... Burr, Betty Zoe .......... Burress. Helen Roberta.. . . Burri, Louise ............ Busse, Shirley Jane .... Cake, Martha ........ Calaway, Jeanne C. . . Calhoun, Sarah ........... Camp, Mary Jane .......... C Campbell, Cathryn Ann ..,... Campbell. Helen Elizabeth. . Canoll, Caroline ........... Carter. Bonnie Lee .......... Carthaus, Catherine Marion. Cassidy, Helene M ......... Castetter, Mildred ......... Caudill, Mary Burns ..... Chalstrom, Mary Helen. . . Chambers, Jacqueline .... Chapman, Ruth Elizabeth.. Charlson, Mary Josephine .... ......... Charters, Olive Price ....... Chipman, Majory ......... Chizum, Jane ....... Clark, Doris L ...... Clark, Mary Jane. . . Clark, Ruth Anne .... Clogher, Barbara ...... Closson, Carolyn. ....... Coleman, Emily Carr. .... Coleman, Louise ....... Collins, Jacqueline .... Comer, Ann ......... Conkllng, Hazel. . . Cook, Doris M. . . Page 269 ..,.51, 58, INDEX Page .............,,... 48 ...48,1l5,117,204,240 ..........,. .48,146 ........... ... 48 ....48,133,192 ,.... .,. 48 ...48 182,183 ..... ,48.188 ....48.190,191 ....48,117,139 ... . .48,132 ... .48,l31 ... .48,119 .,.....48,215 ..,.48,206.207 ..... ... 48 .... ... 48 .... ... 48 . ... .48,133 ....48,192,193 ...,48,192,193 ..... ... 48 . .... .48,204 ...... .48,2l2 ....48,143,149 ........... .48,184 .............. ... 48 .,..47,48,132,190,l9l .......47.48,134,208 .....,..... ... 48 . ....... . 48 ... .48,133 ..... ... 48 .........., 48 ....48 195.212 ..... .48,187 . .... .48,133 ....... ,,, 48 ....48,132,187 ....48,194,195 .. .. .48 216 ....48,200 201 ..... .48 146 ........ 48 ...... .48.200 ......... ,48 215 ...48,120 204,205 ...48,116,132,191 ......,..... 51 .....46,51 123 ....51 119 184 ,......, .51,190 ,..........5l.184 ...51,131,190,191 ......51 186 187 ....51 120 204 ,..., .51 121 ........ 51 .. .51 191 .. .51 149 . ....... 51 ......... 51 ...51 133.207 ........ 51 ...... 51 . .51 132 , .51 133 ,, .... 51 ........ 51 ...51 131 188 ,....... 51 .,,,.. 51 ........ 51 ...51 117 188 .,.. .51 187 ..... .51,131 .,.51 180,215 .,...... 51 ...... 51 ....51.196 ........ 51 .......5l,208 .,.51 204,205 , ..... 51 195 ........... 51 ............ 51 ...........51,204 ...51,120,186,187 ...51,120,187,232 ........... 51 ........ 51 ......,.. 51 ..........51,188,189 ................. 51 118,128,129.184,232 . ........... .51,216 ..........52,206,207 ...46,52,62,123,191 ........52,188,189 ...,..... .52,139 ... .52,219 ..... .52.143 ........52,188 ....52,208,209 ....52,116,200 ..... .52,207 ... .52,122 ,.. .52 Cook, Nancy D ..... Cooper, Betty Jane. . . Cooper, Peggy Marie. . . Coultas, Sarah Ann .... Covert, Carolyn Ruth. . . Craig Anne Louise ...... Craig. Dorothy Jeanne. . Crensl aw, Margaret. , . . - 1 .... Crocker. hiary Catherine .... Cruse, Lucille .......... Cullen, Charlotte Mary. Curry, Martha ...... . . . Curtis. Elouise ........ Dake, Emilie Louise .... Davis. Aileen ......... Davis, Edna Maye ..... Davis, Margaret Jane. . . Dean, Margaret Louise. . Deickman, Betty Jane. . Dement, Jeanne ..,.... Dement, Nlargaret ...... Denn Denise Y. ...... , .... . De Tar, Grace Margaret ..... Diamond Geraldine ..... Divekcy. 'Jane. ......... ' ' Dixon, Dorothy ,..., Doan. Patricia ..... Dolve, Mary ......... Douglas, Nancy ....... Downs, Velva Dene ..... Drane, Laura Lee ...... Duf-fey. Mary Elizabeth. Duncan. Ann Harris ..... A. l. . Dunzelmann, Annemarie Dunzelmann, Hansi ..... Durham, Virginia .....,. Eastland, Janice ...... Eddie, Carolyn Mae. . . Edelman, Lila Harriet. . . Edwards, Eleanor ...... Edwards, Mary Virginia. Eide, Elaine ........... Ekleberry, Marion V, . . Ekleberry, Virginia ..... Eldred, Barbara Jane. . . Eldridge, Nlary Ellen. . . Elmer, Jacqueline. ..... Eppelman, June ...... Eslick, Janie ......... Estelle, Betty Jane. . . Eustis, Audrey ......... Evans, Eloise .......... Evans, Mae Elizabeth. . .' Ewing, Lorraine ....... Exton, Mary C, ..... ... Eyman, Elizabeth Ann. . Fairlie, Dorothy.. . . . Barlow, Anita .......... Farnsworth, Patricia .... Farris, Liary Haynes .... Fatout, Mary Margaret. Fayman, Faith ......... Feely, Phyllis ......... Ferrill, Linda Lee. . . Fiedler, Jessie ..... Fields, Harriet ....... Fisher, Madeline ....... Fisher, Margaret ....... Fleming, Ellen Louise. . . Flippo, Betty ......... Foley, Ellen Barbara. . . Foley, Muriel ........ Fonk, Sue Caroline. . . Forrester, Janet .... Forster, Mary ...... Fortier, Joan ......... Fowler, Patricia Ann. . . Frakes, Emmy Lou.. . Francis, Ann W.. . . . Frank, Eleanor .... Frank, Margaret ...... Frechtling, Doris ...... Freeman, Chloris Ione. . . Freudenberg, Jane ..... Friedman, Lory ...... Galbraith, Marian .... Gamer, Elsie Jane ,..... Gammill, Kathleen ..,... Gannon, Lorraine Page. . Garber, Edna Lucille .... Garvin, Patricia Ann. . . Gates, Doris Elma .... Gates, Mary Alice .... Gaylord, Jane ...... . Gazelle, Ann ......... Geren, Dorothy Ann. . . Gerrity, Doris Marie. . . Gier, Suzanne .......... Gillenwater, Rachel ..... Gillespie, Jean Victoria. . Gilroy, Rosemary ....... Godde, Jeanne ....,.... Goldstein, Naomi .... Gorsuch. Betty ..... Graham, Beverly .... Grant, Eleanor. .... . Grant, Jane ......... , Graves, Ada Belle .... Gray, Barbara ....... 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