Tarkio College - Tarkiana Yearbook (Tarkio, MO)

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I,-, , -,. . .. ,. - ,-' ., '-.3 -.' .. -Y. -' .'f --V - gh- - : 1. .. ,,'. 4 ' f . Y' - W A V ,A N-,. ,.-, f' -.. -' -.2 i,f: - ,fi.".5- -, .-:.',V-,"',,- --g,-.f g- . . , ' ,' - - 1--,-3,5 pg, .4--,,5f: -flu --4 -.1 f ,L-.13-5 -135 .-iv. f -f COPYRIGHT GEORGE YAPLE Editor J. HAROLD BARR Business Manager ART CRAFTS ENGRAVING CO. Engravers ANDERSON STUDIO Photographers MIAMI VALLEY PUBLISHING CO Printers THE TARKIANA 1934 PUBLISHED BY T-HE ll JUNIOR CLASS OF TARKIO COLLEGE TARKIO, Mo. DEDICATION To Tarkio Col1ege's fifty years of faithful service to its students and humanity, culminating in the year 1934. 5 4 FOREWORD It has been our earnest endeavor to preserve for you in this volume of the Tarkiana a true and pleasing picture of-the events of 1932 and 1933. We Wish to remember in this annual the classes which have graduated in the past iifty years. ' CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES FEATURES ADVERTISING wx SUN DIAL 2 WI WW Z 2 3 ADMINISTRATION 1, w I 1 v V P Y I I w f 1 - I 1 I K ,, CLASS OF u34" M. EARLE CCLLINS Ph. D. Acting President GREETINGS: Hello Everybody! Here comes another hearty 'hello' Which is char- acteristic of the democratic atmosphere that pervades the campus of our Tarkio College. For fifty years Tarkio has trained young men and young Women for active life service. 'They are serving in almost every state and many foreign countries. Each year brings new honors to her children. Begin to plan with us for the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Tarkio College. This celebration is to be held next October. May We all carry on for a bigger and bet-ter Tarkio College. Much joy has come to us through your mutual cooperation during the year just ending. Very sincerely, M. Earle Collin Ph. D. Acting President , Page 1 1 ' CLASS OF 34 Avery Avery Ballengee Bawbell . HAROLD V. AVERY ............................................................ Head of Music Department Music B., University of Nebraskag Drake Universityg Chicago Musical College. HELEN TRAVIS AVERY ........... ........ V oice Music B., Drake University. VEVA BALLENGEE ................................................................................................ Piano Music B., Tarkio Collegeg Graduate Student Northwestern University. ILENE NORRIS BAWBELL ................................ ...... H ome Economics B. S. in Education, Unive-rsity of Missouri Page 12 JOHN RICHIE JENISON .......................................... Dean and Professor of Mathematics A. B. Tarkio Collegeg A. M. University of Kansasg Graduate Student, University of Chicago. D i ' CLASS OF u34" s Beals Bentley Browning Fullwood LUCILLE EDNA BEALS ........................................................ Public Speech and Drama A. B., Doane Collegeg A. M., Northwestern University. ELIZABETH C. BENTLEY .............................................. Head of English Department A. B. Missouri Wesleyan, A. M. CEnglishJ Boston University, A. M. fEducationJ Teacher's College, Columbia University, Ph. D. fEnglishJ Connell University. PAUL H. BROWNING ......... ......... A ss't Athletic Director A. B. Tarkio College. S. J. FULLWOOD ................................... ........ P ublicity Director Resident Head of Thompson Hall. MRS. S. J. FULLWOOD .......................... Dean of Women Oberlin College and Conservatory, Teacher's Certi- ficate Gareissen School of Music, Chicago, Illinois, Graduate Diploma Gareissen School of Music, Grad- uate Study Gareissen School of Music. Page 13 D ' CLASS or XGA" Johnson Loy Kyle Long JOB EDGAR JOHNSON ............................................ Head of Ancient Language Dept. A. B. Yale, A. M. Harvard, Ph. D. Harvard. ANNA BAKER LOY ........................................................ Head of Education Department B. S. Tarkio College, A. B. Colorado State Teachers College, Student of Creigh- ton University, Omaha, Nebraska, M. A. Colorado State Teachers College, Omaha University Nebraska State University. NEWTON KYLE ............................................ Head of Physical Education and Athletics B. L. Tarkio College, Coaching School State Teachers College, Superior, Wiscon- sing Summer School, University Southern California. WESLEY ROBERTSON LONG ............................................ Head of Modern Languages A. B. Boston University, A. M. Leland Stanford University, Ph. D. University of Chicago. Page 14 R. WILFRED GEORGE .................... Head of Psychology ' and Philosophy A. B. Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Penn., A. M. Columbia University N. Y. C., Summer Session, Uni- versity of California S. B. Los Angeles, Cal., Ph. D. Duke University, Durham, N. C. ' CLASS GF H34" McCol1ough Maddux Martin Noel ELZY VERN .MCCOLLOUGH .................................... Head of Commerce and Finance A. B. Tarkio Collegeg A. M. University of Illinoisg Graduate Student University of Illinois. MARY MADDUX ....... ......... M atron Marshall Hall ALBERT W. MARTIN ..........................,..................................................... Head of Bible A. B. Muskingum Collegeg Graduate of Xenia Theological Seminary. H, K, NOEL ,,,,,,, ...... B usiness Manager PAULINE LIEBIG LONG ..... ............. H ead of History and Political Science A. B., A. M. University of Wlisconsin, Columbia University 3 Summer Session University Chicago. Page 15 9 l CLASS OF u34" Otte Rowland Skinner Strong MARY HOOKER OTTE .......... ........ S ecretary to the President B. S. Purdue University. LYMAN MCKEAN ROWLAND ............................................................ Head of Biology A. B. Williams Collegeg Graduate Student, University Chicago. MYRTLE V. SKINNER ....... ....... A ss't Commerce and Finance Department A. B. Tarkio College. JOHN GORDON STRONG ................................................................ Head of Chemistry B. S. Muskingum 3 M. A. Ohio State Universityg Graduate Student University of Colorado. DWIGHT B. LINDSEY Superintendent of Buildings Page 16 D :eu ii CLASSES I w 1 1 1 ? . 3 , 'K Y 1: w ww 'Q 1 W xr, , fly! E Hi !Y' F W 5 ' l ' sa W V l V 5 N ' " 'L I. er E fi lm 1 f Au f. Il Ll 1 ,x 1 H V N Q i . ,A Q , ' ! M W, 5 Ti 1 1, J 4- li is V 2 J ,4 1 iq i ,, . r 5 , N h ! i I, y xl ,. 4. fi ,i 1 RUTH L. AIKIN Omaha, Nebr. Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Torch 3: Debate Squad 3, 4: W- A. A. 3: Alpha Chi Al- pha 3, 4: Lambda Sigma Tau 4: Muskingum Col- lege 1, 2. CHARLOTTE CAPP Tarkio, Missouri Cottey College: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4, Di- rector 3, 4: Accompanist Men's Glee Club 3: Or- chestra 1: Class Vice- President: Girl's Glee Club 1. ALLISON DENNING Long Beach, Calif. Y. M. C. A. 3 : Dramatic Club 3: Glee Club Busi- ness Manager 3: Long Beach Junior College: Riverside Junior College 2: California Agriculture College 2. EDNA MARGARET GODFREY Plainfield, Ill. Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Prseident 4: Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Critic 2, 3, Literary Critic 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4: Alpha Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4, President 3: Torch Staff 4: Orchestra 3: Language and Litera- ture Club 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Honor Group 1, 2, 3: Student Council 4. WALTER WESLEY GREENE Tarkio, Missouri Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Band 1, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 3, 4: Horner's Institute 2. CLASS OF ii33" WILLARD A. BICKET Weiser, Idaho Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2: Forum 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice President 3, Critic 3, President 4: Tarkiana Staff 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Debate Squad 2, 3: Forensic Fraternity President 3 : Honor Group 2: Gospel Team 3: Editor of Torch 4: Student Council 4. RICHARD M. COWDEN Riverton, Iowa Pep Club 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4. HARRY EUGENE EWING Tarkio, Missouri MARY GRAHAM Allerton, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 4: Kappa 2, 3, 4, Trustee 3, Vice-President 4: Girl's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.- Treas. 3: Alpha Chi Al- pha 2: Debate 2, 4: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Ofhcer, Sec.-Treas. 1: Honor Group 1, 2, 3: Forensic Fraternity, Sec- retary 4: Tarkiana Staff. Editor 3: Language and Literature Club 2. MARGARET HARVEY Boonville, N. Y. Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Kap- pa 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, President 3: Torch Staff 2: W. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, President 4: Language and Literature Club 2: Le Cercle Francis 2, 3, President 3: Class Sec.-Treas. 3 : Honor Group 2: Syracuse Uni- versity 1. Page 1 9 4 VEEDA HESS Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4. CLEO HUGHES Edinburg, Texas Y. M. C. A. 2, 3: Gos- pel Team: Glee Club 2, 3: T. Club Vice-Presi- dent 2: Football T 2, 3: Basketball Squad 3: Ed- inburg Junior College 1: John Tareton 2. LOREN KUPER Humboldt, Nebraska Football Squad 2, 3, 4: Basketball Squad 3, "T" 1, 2, 4: T Club. PEARL LESHER Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa 1, 2, 3, Sergeant 3: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. JAMES W. MCMULLEN Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Treas. 3: Gospel Team 2, 3: Tarkiana Staff 3: Torch Staff 2: Language and Literature Club, Vice-President 2 :. Glee Club, Treas. 3: Football "T" 2: Basketball "T" 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4: Tennis "T" 1, 2, 3, Capt. 3: Class President 3: T Club. Page 20 XX ll CLASS CF 34 REX C. HOOVER Tingley, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4, President 4: Gospel Team 2: Forum 1: T Club: Football Squad 3, 4: Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4, "T" 1: Track Squad 1, 2, 3, "T" 1: Tennis Squad 2, 3: Class Vice- President 4. LOUISE M. JACKSON Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Social Service Secretary 4: Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, Honorable Promp- ter 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Bus. Mgr. 4: Alpha Chi Alpha 3: Honor Group 2: Pep Club 4: Long Beach Junior College 1. . JAMES LAING St. Louis, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3,4: Forum 3, 4: Torch Staff 2, 3: Tennis "T" 1, 2, 3: T Club. MARGARET JAME MCARTHUR Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Program Chair- man 3, Missionary Chair- man 4: Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, President 4: Glee Club 1: Alpha Chi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3: Class Secretary-Treasub er 4: Honor Group 1, 2, 3: Language and Litera- ture Club 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. ROBERT MCMULLEN Tarkio, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Tarki- ana Staff 3: Torch Staff 2, 3: Language and Lit- erature Club 2, 3: Or- chestra 1 : Football Squad 1: Basketball Squad 1: Tennis "T" 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: T Club: Class Presi- dent 1. E CLASS OF 1133" VAUGHN G. MANNERS Mt. Ayr, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3: Gospel Team 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2: Forum 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4, President 2: Tarkiana Staff 3: Torch Staff 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Track "T" 1, 3: T Club: Class Presi- dent 3: Contest Winner. JAMES HAROLD MONAHAN Fairmount, Indiana Forum 1 : Football Squad 1: Basketball "T" 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4: Track "T" 1, 2, 3: T Club. JANET TIDRICK St. Louis, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Mem- bership Chairman 4 : Kap- pa 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: Tarkiana Staff 3: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Language and Literature Club 2, 3: Home Eco- nomics Club. RUSSEL N. WEHRLI Mound City, Missouri Football Squad 2, 3, 4: Basketball "T" 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball "T" 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Track "T" 1, 2, 3: T Club. HAROLD MERTZ Red Oak, Iowa T Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Of- ficer 2: Football "T" 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4: Track "T" 1, Squad 2: Skulls of Seven 3: Student Council President 4. JOSEPH STEVENSON Tarkio, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 3, 4: Col- lege Orator 3: Tarkiana Bus. Mgr. 3: Torch Staff 2, 3, Bus. Mgr. 4: Or- chestra 1: T Club, Presi- dent 4: Football Squad "T" 1, 2, 3, Capt. 2: 1, 2, 3, "T" 4: Tennis Honor Group 3: Skulls of Seven 3: Member Student Council 4: Class Vice-President 4. REV. L. ARTHUR WARRE Rock Port, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3: Forum 3, 4, President 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3: Tarkiana Staff 3: Torch Staff 4: Debate 3, 4: Tennis Squad 3: Forensic Fraternity. HELEN DEUSER Rock Port, Missouri Page 21 J. HAROLD BARR Pawnee City, Nebraska Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 1, 2: Forum 1, 2: Glee Club 1: Tarki- ana Bus. Mgr. 3: T Club Vice-President 2: Foot- ball "T" 1, 2, 3, CHD- tain Elect: Class Presi- dent 2: Honor Group 1, 2: Vice-President Stu- dent Association 3. LEHMAN W. BROCK Braddyville, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3: Forum 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2: Assistant Bus. Mgr. of Torch 3. ERMIL CATRON Fortescue, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Lambda Sigma Tau 3, Sec. 3: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2: Honor Group 1, '2: Class Treas. 3. RALPH W. CUNNINGHAM Richmond, Indiana Y. M. C. A. 2: Glee Club 1: Basketball Squad 1, 2: Torch Staff 1, 2. ELBERT W. HAMILTON Benkelman, Nebraska Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, Cabi- net 1: Glee Club 1: Class President 1: Sec.-Treas Student Association 3: Track "T" 1. 2. 3, Capt. in gl' Club: Honor Group Page 22 XX ll CLASS OF 34 CHARLES WILLIAM BEATIE ' Tarkio, 'Missouri Y. M. C. A. 1: Glee Club 2, 3, Treas. 3 3 Band '1, 2, 3: Honor Group 1, 2. GERALD L. BOLDRA Hamburg, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 2: Foot- ball Squad 1, 2, "T" 2: Track Squad 1: T Club. HARLAN B. CHRISTENSEN Tarkio, Missouri Y. M. C. A.: Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3: Tarki- ana Staff 3: Torch Staff 2. LOREN M. HACKETT Fairfax, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 3. CHARLES L. HAYS West LaFayette, Indiana Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, Cabi- net 2: Gospel Team 2: Football "T" 1, 2, 3: T Club. CHARLES M. HENN Blanchard, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 2: Foot- ball Squad 1, 2, 3, "T" 3: Track Squad 1, 3: "T" Club. MARJORIE KELLER Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 2. 3: Alpha Psi Omega 2, Vice- President 3: Torch Staff 2, 3: Debate Squad 2, 3: Kidder Junior College 1. MARY E. MERCER Kansas City, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Lambda Sigma Tau Treas. 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Alpha Chi Alpha 2, 3, Vice-President 3: W. A. A. 2, 3: Pep Club 3, President 3: Westminis- ter College 1. KATHRYN PICKIN Sangle Hill, India Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, Treas. 2, Publicity Chair- man 3: Kappa 2, 3, Sec. 3, Trustee 3: Simpson College 1. MARY RANKIN Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, Publicity Mgr. 2: Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Alpha Chi Alpha 1, 2, Sec. 2: Tarki- ana Staff 3: Orchestra 1, 2: Dramatic Club 2: W. A. A. 1: Class Sec. 2: Sigma Theta Phi. CLASS OF ii34" LARRY JACKSON Tarkio, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 1: Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Torch Staff 1: Band 1, 2, 3: College Orator 3: Language and Literature Club, Sec.- Treas. 1: Tennis Squad 2, 3, "T" 3: "T" Club: Class Vice-President 1, President 3: Pep Club 3: Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3: Member of Student Council 3. EARL KROTH Denison, Kansas Y. M. C. A. -1, ,2, 3, Treasurer 3: Forum 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Football, Squad-' 1, 2, 3: Honor Group 1, 2 : Secretary Torch Board 3: Winner Lynn Bible Essay Contest: Winner Laing Freshman Prize. DONALD MITCHELL Des Moines, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3 : Foot- ball Squad 1, 2: Track Squad 1, 2, T 2: T Club.- W. IRENE PROFFITT Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Vice- President 3. GLEN H. REDFORD Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Torch Staff 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3, Presi- dent 3: Pep Club: Yell Leader 3. Pape 23 STERLING SHRAUGER Pawnee City, Nebraska Football T 3: Mon- mouth College 1, 2. LEWIS P. WAITS Fairfax, Missouri Glee Club 1: Basketball T 1, 2, 3: T Club Treas- urer 3: Track Squad 1, 2, 3, T 1. EDNA YODER Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 3: Al- pha psi Omega 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice- President 3: Alpha Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1: Member Student Coun- cil: Pep Club 3. Page 24 XX ll CLASS OF 34 ,,,,.,,,... ..,.,.. .. .. ,....., .A ...... ,...,.-.,.. .Y . . ... ,,. ,E ALYCE P. THOMPSON Pinckneyville, Ill. Y. W. C. A. 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3 : Mon- mouth College 1. GEORGE YAPLE Braddyville, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3: Forum 1, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 3: Debate Squad 1: Forensic Fraternity: Pep Club 3: Editor of Tarki- ana 3. JOHN ANDERSON Riverton, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1: Bas- ketball 1. MARJORIE BROWN Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, Treasurer 2: Kappa 1, 2. CLARENCE COX Fairfax, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 1, 2: "T" Club 1, 2: Football Squad it Track Squad 1, 2, "T" RUTH CURRIE Shambaugh, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: aDDa 1, 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Turkey Feather 1, 2. NEVA B. DOWNING Tarkio, Missouri JOHN EASTWOOD Armour, Nebraska Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, Sec- retary 2: Gospel Team 1, 2: Alpha Psi Omega 1: Forum 1, 2, Secretary 2: Debate 2: Forensic Fra- ternity: Football Squad 1, 2, "T" 1, 2: Class President 1: "T" Club 1, 2. 1 CLASS OF H35" X f 5 LLQQ-.4.g...--H. . HUNTER BROWN Red Oak, Iowa Forum 1, 2: "T" Club 1, 2: Football Squad 1, 2: "T" 1, 2: Track Squad 1, "T" Class Secretary 1: Class Vice President 2. HELEN CARTER Burchard, Nebraska Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Al- pha Psi Omega 1, 2, Grand Stage Manager 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Lambda Sigma Tau 2. ROBERT CRAIG Tarkio, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 1. MARIAN DINSMORE Summerfield, Kansas Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Kappa 1, 2, Secretary 2: Tarkiana Staff 2: Turkey Feather 1, President 2: Torch Staff 1: Honor Group 1. IRENE DUNLAP Fairfax, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 2: Band 2: W. A. A. 2: Turkey Feather 2: Park College 1. ELIZABETH FARQUHAR Coin, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Kap- pa 2: Glee Club 1: Torch Staff 1: W. A. A. 1, 2: Honor Group 1: Turkey Feather 1, 2. Page 25 RICHARD FINNEIL Hamburg, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1, 2: Al- pha Psi Omega 1, 2: Grand Stage Manager 2: Torch Staff 2: Forum 2. HELEN GOWIN Des Moines, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Lambda Sigma Tau 2: Torch Staff 2: Home Economics Club, Vice- President 1. HAROLD H. HENDRICK Tarkio, Missouri Orchestra 1, 2 : Band 1, 2: Men's Glee Club 1, 2. RICHARD HINDERLITER Canton, Illinois T Club 1, 2: Football Squad 1, 2: T 1, 2. JOSEPHINE JACKSON Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Al- pha Psi Omega 1, 2: Girl's Glee Club 1, 2: Pep glib 2: Sigma Theta Phi FOREST JUDY Tarkio, Missouri Alpha Psi Omega 1, 23 Forum 1. Page 26 XX ll CLASS OF 35 l GORDON GLANVILLE Fairfax, Missouri Track Squad 2. A LOIS GRAHAM Allerton, Iowa Y. . C. A. 1, 2: Torch Staff 2: Organization Editor 2: W. A. A. 1, 2. PHILIP HENN lanchard, Iowa Band 1, 2: T Club 1, 2: Football Squad 1, 2: T 23 Track Squad 1, 2: T 1. ESTHER HUTCHESON Kent, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Al- pha Chi Alpha 1, 2. J. D. JAMES Rockport, Missouri Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2: Men's Glee Club 1, 2: Football Squad 1, 2: Ten- nis Squad 1: Honor Group 1. CLARENCE KELLER Tarkio, Missouri Men's Glee Club 1, 2. 'KATIE KNIERIM Rockport, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2.' HELENE MCLEAN College Springs, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 23 Or- chestra 1, 2: Band 1, 2. MERRILL MITCHELL Fairfax, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. MARYJ MURPHY Fairfax, Missouri Y. W. C. 1, 2. NEIL N. NORRIS Redding, Iowa ELIZABETH POLLOCK College' Springs, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2g Lambda Sigma Tau 25 Girl's Glee Club Occom- panist7-1, 2, Alpha Chi Alpha 41, 2, Secretary and Treasurer 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Honor Group 1: Turkey Feather 1, 2. CLASS OF u35" ELIZABETH MCCOY Allerton, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 21 Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2: Kappa 23 Torch Staff 2: Debate 2: W. A. A. 2: Honor Group 1: Forensic Fraternity 2. DUANE MINTER Rockport, Missouri Track Squad 15 Tennis Squad 1: T 1. RUTH MITCHELL Des Moines, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 23 appa 1, 2 3 Marshall 1 : Turkey Feather 1, 2. ROBERT S. NAUMAN Mound City, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 13 Torch Staff 1: Basketball Squad 1, 23 Track Squad 1, 2. HAROLD OFFENBACKER Mound City, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 1: Foot- ball Squad 1, 2: Basket- ball Squad 1, 23 Track Squad 1, 2: T 1. HELEN PRATHER Tarkio, Missouri Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2: Girl's Glee Club 1, 2: Torch Staff 2: Tennis Squad 1, 2, Sigma Theta Phi 1. Page 27 MARGARET B. PRATHER Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Sigma Theta Phi. EDWIN RANKIN Tarkio, Missouri Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2: Torch Staff 1. LOUISE RANKIN Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, Sec- reary 2: Alpha Psi Ome- ga 1: Girl's Glee Club 1, 2: Student Council, Honor Group 1: Sigma Theta Phi 1, 2: Pep Club 2: usiness Manager 2. A MERRILL RONEY Tarkio, Missouri Y. M. C. A. 1: Dra- matic Club 1, 2. ELLEN SMITH Nassar, Sudan Y. W. C. 1, 2: Kappa 1, 2: Debate 1, 2:W. A. A. 1, 2: Torch Staif 2: Publicity Manager 2: Turkey ,Feather : Forensic Fraternity: Honor Group 1. AILEEN STERN Logan, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Lambda Sigma Tau 2 : Glee Club 2. Page 28 CLASS OF il35" REEVA PRATT Northboro, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Alpha Chi Alpha 1, 2: Band 1: W. A. A. 1. JANE RANKIN Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2:Girl's Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Tennis Squad 1, 2, Captain 1: Sigma Theta Phi. ROBERT RANKIN Tarkio, Missouri Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2: Cheer Leader 1, 2: Pep Club 2. MABEL SAWHILL Des Moines, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, Kappa 1. 2: Marshall 1: Girl's Glee Club 1, 2: Tarkiana Staff 2: W. A. A. 2: Turkey Feather 2. MARY SMITH Nassar, Sundan Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Kappa 1, 2: Torch Staff 2: W. A. A. 1, 2: Tennis Squad 1, 2: Honor Group 1. BOYD STERRETT Des Moines, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1, 2: Chairman Program Com- mitee 2: Gospel Team 1, 2: Forum 1. 2, Treasurer 2: Men's Glee Club 1. 21 Band 1,' 2: "T" Club 1, 2: Football Squad 1: Basketball 2: Track 1: "T" 1: Class President 2: Student Council. DELBERT STERRETT Des Moines, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1, 2: Gos- pel Team 1: Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2: Forum 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Football Squad 1, 2, "T" 2gHonor Group 1. ADA THOMSON Fairfax, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 23 Al- pha Psi Omega 1, 2: Honorable Prompter 2 5 Lambda Sigma Tau 25 W. A. A. 1, 2. MARGARET L. WILLIAMS Villisca, Iowa Y. W. C. A. 1, 2gTorch Staff 1: W. A. A. 1, 2: Class Vice-President 1: Lambda Sigma Tau. CLASS OF u35" LEE EDWARD THIEMANN Fairfax, Missouri Honor Group 1. MADELYN TROUT Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1, 2: Al- pha Psi Omega 1, 2: De- bate 2g Forensic Fratern- ity 2, Busines Manager 23 Sigma Theta Phi. MARVIN WOLFE Tarkio, Missouri Football, Squad 1, 2: Track Squad 1, 2, "T" 1. EDNA RACHEL WRIGHT Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A. 1: Alpha Chi Alpha 1, 2: W. A. A. 1. Page 29 ALICE AMICK Henderson, Iowa Y. W. C. A.: W. A. A.: Pep Club. JOHN CARDER St. Joseph, Missouri HELEN CHRISTENSEN Tarkio, Missouri Sigma Theta Phi. MURREL CLINE Basketball Squad 3 Track Squad. PRESTON CUNNINGHAM Tarkio, Missouri ROSS DEATZ Rockport, Missouri Page 30 z l 4 i i . CLASS OF u36" RALPH BENNETT Tabor, Iowa F o r u m 3 Basketball Squad, Track Squad. WILLARD CHARLES Marion, Indiana T Club 13 Basketball Squad 1. 2, "T" 1, 23 Placed Third in State Golf Meet. ALLAN CLEMENT Des Moines, Iowa Y. M. C. A. 1, 25 Gos- pel Team 1, 2: Forum 23 Glee Club 23 Pep Club 2. BEN COOPER Xenia, Ohio Y. M. C. A.: Football Squad: Track Squad. LINUS DAVISON Pawnee, Nebraska Football Squad: "T" 1: Basketball Squad: Track Squad: "TH Club. KATHRYN DODDS Omaha, Nebraska Y. W. C. A.: Lambda Sigma Tau: W. A. A.. Secretary 1: Pep Club. EARL DODSON Skidmore, Missouri HERMAN FERRIS Columbus, Ohio Gospel Team : Alpha Psi Omega : Forum : Foot- ball Squad: Tarck Squad: Class Secretary-Treasur- er 1. GRACE FULLER Des Moines, Iowa Y. W. C. A. RUTH HARVEY Boonville, N. Y. Y. W. C. A.: Kappa, Marshall: W. A. A. I GEORGE HUTCHINGS Des Moines, Iowa TForum: Football Squad, ll Y! 1. VELMA LOUCKS Skidmore, Missouri Lambda Sigma Tau: W. A. A.: Y. W. C. A. CLASS OF XX36" ' RICHARD EASTWOOD Armour, Nebraska Forum : Torch Staff: Class Vice-President: Pep Club, Treasurer. WALTER FERRIS Columbus, Ohio Y. M. C. A.: Gospel Team: Forum: Football pha Psi Omega. Squad: Track Squad: Al- PAUL GODFREY Plainfield, Illinois . Y. M. C. A. Gospel Team: Forum: Orches- tra : Band : Basketball Squad Track Squad: Pep Club. - JUDITH HULSE Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A.: Alpha Psi Omega: Girl's Glee Club: Alpha Chi Alpha: Sigma Theta Phi. LEONARD KNEALE Maitland, Missouri Y. M. C. A.: Football Squad. DOROTHY J. LUST Lennox, Iowa Y. W. C. A.: Kappa Chi Alpha: Orchestra. Page 3 1 HELEN LYNN Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A.: Glee Club: Sigma Theta Phi. CLARENCE MARQUART Red Oak, Iowa Forum: Pep Club. AGNES MEEK Tarkio, Missouri OLGA PROUDFITT Tarkio, Missouri LUELLA REED Shanandoah, Iowa Y- W- C- A-I Orches- tra: Pep Club: W. A. A. MERRY SCAMMAN Rock P01't, Missouri Page 32 XX ll CLASS OF 36 ELEANOR MCCOY Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A.: Glee Club. ESTHER MARTIN Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A.: Alpha Psi Omega: Kappa: Glee Club: W. A. A.: Torch Staff. REBEKAH PAUL Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A.: Glee Club: Orchestra. KATHARINE RANKIN Tarkio, Missouri Y. W. C. A.: Alpha Psi Omega: Kappa: Glee Club: Sigma Theta Phi. MARY REED Shenandoah, Iowa Glee Club: Orchestra W. A. A. MARGARET SCOTT North Bend, Nebraska Y. W. C. A.: Kappa Glee Club. . Y. W. C. A.: Kappa! ELLEN VAN SCOY Omaha, Nebraska Y. W. C. A.: Tore Staff: Pep Club. W. HOWARD THOMPSON Riverside, California Alpha Psi O m e g a Torch Staif. BERTHA WELDON Cederville, Colorado Y.W.C.A.:W.A.A., Kappa. CLASS OF u36" A MARVIN STERRET Des Moines, Iowa Alpha Psi Omega : Torch Staff. MARGARET TIMMERMAN Liberty, Nebraska Y. W. C. A.: Lambda Sigma Tau: W. A. A. JOE WOODRUFF' Des Moines, Iowa Y. W. C. A.: Forum: Torch Staff. Assistant Managing Editor. MADELINE COOK Tarkio, Missouri Page 33 FOREST CAMPBELL MORRIS HALL Page 34 Tarkio, Mo. Tarkio, Mo. JACK CAPP HERBERT LA HUE Tarkio, Mo. ' Fairfax, Mo. BILL M. MURPHY Hamburg, Ia. l v ' P - E Q' + L 4, E A miss i 3 : Y - Q - ' n a ll Rf ,wg XXX f L ATHLETICS K. AW .f-:Ji--'Q-l""' -1 7 Af 'l 4 W Ja' W ii ,, V V M 1 ,, , l 1' P ,, 1 T 1 X 1 i ,,3Q. L 1 , , . . , 1 M 'r Ya :HM 1 f Ml in ,, I 1 . gi L, Q H! pn Q E tli 3 3 ' Ia .iw gg Nw 1 3 f R wx P 'r r W l WU gl! lu Ile? 'g! l ,U -N ,gflr 1 l N 563 lif 1 Q 4 W ix rw. 3' X , QW W i 5s ?' W sv 5' , W" I 1 2 1, Ffy T M 1 4,!1x 1 1 1 . I 1141? W H +a If N, TIL! Q lr ' 5 ,Q " V V ,I ,1 'Y fi lu M ff F 4 lf: H3411 C CLASS GF 1 I 1 4 1 KY19 Browning Head Coach Ass't Coach Mr. Kyle and Mr. Browning, both graduates of Tarkio College, have handled efficiently all major sports during the past year. Redford Jackson Rankin ,-,,,. 1' ' 1 , V YYWYV V J - W . ' "l .. ,.,.,L - Y,Y' Tllli -+1-Q Page 37 I ' CLASS OF u34" 1 ' s age Capt. MERTZ, Red Oak, Iowa.-Four year letterman and a very powerful tackle. He has proved that he was a leader with a determination to play the game clean, hard and fair. Harold's co-operation with the team and coaches-both on and off the gridiron made him a captain that the squad was more than willing to team with. Capt. Elect BARR, Pawnee City, Nebraska-The last of the Barr family, has been taking care of the center position consistently since a Freshman. Harold's attitude on the field is hard to surpass. l His courage and fine at- titude should make him a leader that will be of the highest quality. y CHARLES HAYES, West Lafayette, Indiana-A field general that keeps the opponents in suspense continuous- ly. He is a pass-rec-eiver that "gets" the ball. CLEO HUGHES, Edinburg Texas--A versatile player who alternated in the line and backefild. Football is his first love. His attitude in practice was a big factor in his being a star in practically every game, l CLASS OF '34" JOE STEVENSON, Tarkio, Mo.--Had a fine spirit, and with his conscientious Work and co-operation won the praise and admiration of the players and coaches. RICHARD HINDERLITER, Canton, Illinois-A great little guard to run interference. The opponents found it diflicult to cross the line over his position. He was always determined to win. HERMAN FARRIS, Columbus, Ohio-Developed into a dependable end. Much is expected of Herman in his remaining y-ears. LINUS DAVISON,Burchard Nebraska-Was an all-state selection for half back. Lifnue was a triple threat man who was constantly Worrying the defense. He was Tarkio's scoring threat. Several touchdowns were made due to his shiftiness, speed and elusiveness. ' Page 39 CLASS OF u34" 4, 4 14 7071! Q 5 24 -Y ,vi sy wiivgz I 'V Q ifv,,w V W 7 1451 A' YWW Q WWX . X ws :S 11 , A . - :ge gqmXvW1f 34 QM , V f 4, f ' was ,. ,V ,x s g- Us 4 if 7 N '- r 1 ' V ..., Qo,yi2i,x gf QEQ I sg ' gsm E, ., A, 1 , ma: N K ses z, MA ii 1 4' If Z 13' 2::s'::.,. ,,m,f f 5, ,,,., ,gp ,, Xp - s Vfixxx A 'Q '51 W 2 ai f if 2 4 Y Sli fs X 'ffff W , 4 f ,rf X f ,N X s X , f ag 2 W' fy? 3 56 2? X 25 ' X XJR ,gs f f 0 W fi, A Q f f N N ' S X Sig, 5 , f , 7 5 f , , . Y lr , ,, Y ff lg ,, ? X X QQ , f W M A23 X is sim Xxgzwg , , 5 if W X4 Wiki fl f 'wif ff it f X ,Z X 'Qs up X , g Q f f ff A24 . ,CW . , , .x.k X I W' fi? LANL? X' .1 "fi za? f M01 , W: 'ffl ffm so fy QW-ffQN ': 1, . W W- X 1 Y i 5 v 5 X K l A' .,.. 1 2 wi N, ,f 1 A wx, Z, v ff x , if is I 0 , mf X 1 W ff Z W A 1- W ' 7 X 7 f X ff , 7 Q f N fi' Nt, -. X , "Mu , ,f ....N Q N 'wx fry Af X if X .-.. K 9? f 2 Q X g J ,S X f N, ff y f f XX ,N Z 9 ! K W X W l s 5 an f , g Y. ,Wiki . z . ,fvi'3gf,h:5:g::fsi6:. s ,sgfssf M ' t r N151 ' , 1 ",fi,y.g,s ,QA ' x,X X mx . , , ,J xx. , ,. in-.. , , ww -ss. A-,. 4. Ass Qtr fir Q QS' mz:a's'fZf"5 ' W V t Q 'IA Qs .1 New ff Q. XXX nf ' g ew-5' ff. 3 5,0 ,, - X. 1 ,, 4 ,-, 5 , , Q i ' M. ffs,f,sgf7 .est . , i - ' Q 5 ' sf yfkfigffissl gg'-4 r X Wgxgkzwa X , fir ' S X ' 13 :WN f-ir l f Qi iiqi iz ,, ,,,,, A 6 5 ,EX 12.-1" , 1-Qxjg, Y 9 I. ,gps X 3 iw " " YJ' srefn' 1 , Page 40 JOHN EASTW'OOD, Summerfield Kansas-John's fine spirit and determined playing made him a valuable asset to the team. He never knows defeat, and is fighting until the final whistle. HUNTER BROWN, Red Oak, Iowa-A tower of strength, offensively at tackl-e, and defensively at end. Injuries proved to handicap Hunter severely. CHARLES HENN, College Springs, Iowa-A depend- able tackle, that was always fighting to his limit. Charles should be a valuable asset to the team next year. PHlLLlP HENN, 'College Springs, Iowa-Proved to be a blocker, punter and passer. His toe could also be de- pended upon to add extra points. l M3411 J.. D. JAMES, Rock Port, Mo.-Cared for the blocking position in a v-ery capable way. His spirit of fairness, team spirit and sportsmanship were contributing factors for the team's success DELBERT STERRETT, Des Moines,-had plenty of speed and desire to cause the opposition plenty of worry and grief. Delb-ert should be a valuable man next year. STERLING SHRAUGER, Pawnee City, Nebraska-A field general that always carried out his instructions. Sterling could always be depended upon to command the team with the best of ability. ROBERT CRAIG, Tarkio, Mo.-Was a tower of strength behind the lines. His plunging ability was superior.. Bob carried the brunt of our passing attack by possessing an accurate eye for tossi-ng passes. RUSSELL Wehrli, Mound City, Mo.-Was possibly the most dangerous broken-field runner Tarkio has had in years. Lack of experience kept Russell from running wild in his previous years. l GEORGE HUTCHINGS, Des Moines, Iowa-A pow- l erful linesman that did not know the limit of. his strength. He always had a keen desire to improve. George will be back next year to do battle for his team. Page 41 D M ' xx ll CLASS OF 34 X row. Davison, Craig, Offenbacker, Hutchings - Reading from left to right, top ' , Brown, Stevenson, Kuper, P. Henn, C. Henn, Kroth, Hayes. K le CCoachJ Barr Eastwood D. Sterrett, Wolfe, Mertz, Hinderliter Middle row: y , , Hughes, Werhli, Shrauger, James, Hoov-er, Browning lAss't Coachl. H. Ferris, W. Ferris, Hall. Lower Row: Cooper, Kneale, M. Sterrett, ' age Sept. 31 Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. Nov. 14 .il- FOOTBALL ..........York at Tarkio. Tarkio 32-York 7. .............Midland at Fremont. Tarkio 6--Midland 7. ..Mo. Valley at Marshall. Tarkio 0-Mo. Valliey 7. . ......... Mo. Valley at Marshall. Tarkio 0-Mo. Valley 14. Maryville at Maryville. Tarkio 6--Maryville 37. ......Central at Tarkio. Tarkio 19--Central 0. ..........Peru Reserves at Tarkio. Tarkio 0-Peru 6. ..........Buene Vista at Tarkio. Tarkio 21-Buene Vista 6. William, J efwell at Liberty. Tarkio 6-William Jewell 12. 18 ................ 24 ...... ....... S t. Benedicts at Atchinson. Tarkio 6.-St. Benedicts 14. D CLASS OF 3134" Reading from left to right, upper rowg Kyle CCoachJ, M. Sterrett, Bennett, Nauman, Kuper, Davison, Godfrey, Cline. Lower row: Hoover Ofenbacker, Monahan, McMullen, Charles, Waits. BASKETBALL Games with Scores this Season Hastings College at Hastings .................. Tarkio 41-Hastings Midland College at Fremont ............ ......... T arkio 27-Midland Maryville State Teachers .......................... Tarkio 26-Teachers Kirksville Osteopaths at Kirksville ...... Tarkio 35-Oosteopaths ' Culver Stockton at Canton ............................ Tarkio 25-C. S. Central at Tarkio .......................................... Tarkio 22-Central William Jewell at Tarkio ................ Tarkio 50-William Jewell Culver Stockton at Tarkio ................................ Tarkio 25-C. S. Maryville State Teachers at .Maryville ...... Tarkio 19--Maryville St. Benedict's at Tarkio ................................ Tarkio 38-St. B. Missouri Valley at Marshall ........ Tarkio 47-Missouri Valley Westminster at Fulton ........... .......... T arkio 33--Westminster St. Benedicts at Atchison ..... ........ T arkio 45-St. Benedicts Missouri Valley at Tarkio .............. Tarkio 25-Missouri Valley William Jewell at Liberty ................ Tarkio 46-William. Jewell Rockport Athletic Club at Tarkio. ............ Tarkio 74-R. A. C. 39 34 25 29 36 30 33 34 33 23 22 22 35 19 20 28 Page 43 ' CLASS OF u34" WILLARD CHARLES-Willard was high point man of the team. He should make one of Tarkio's greatest for- wards in the next two years. He was prominently men- tioned' on all conference teams. REX Hoover-Rex came out after a two-year lay off and played good ball. He was a hard Worker and a' good floorman. JIM MONAHAN-Co-Captain. Jim had one of his best Page 44 years. Jim was a great shot. Were it not for his poor eyesight he would have been one of Missouri's outstand- ing players. JIM McMULLEN-Co-Captain. Jim's height W.as a help to his team mates and his ability to drive in and score at opportune times was also an important asset. He Was elected all conference guard by many critics. Q U I M3411 LOREN KUPER--Kuper finished his fourth year of basketball at Tarkio with a good season.V"Kup" used his height to good advantage under the basket. LEWIS VVAITS-Red's play probably was not up to his previous years, but his experisnce and steady play made him a valuable man. HAROLD OFFENBACKER-Brilliant at times "OH'ie" with this year's experience should be able to play any positioln next year and play it well. A Page 45 I ' CLASS GF u34" E Reading from left to right. Back row: Coach Kyle, Denning, Wolfe, Cox, P. Henn. Hilton, Brown, Mitchell, Nauman, Minter, Hood. Front row:Manners, Waits, .Monahan Wehrli, Offenbacker, Wilson, Browning, Stevenson, Hamilton, Kent, B. Sterrett. 1932 TRACK SEASGN Tarkio Coll-ege track squad, consisting of anine letter-men and twelve other mem- ' ' for the 1932 bers, under leadership of Captain Harvey Wilson, Senior, began training season in the fall. The Squad's old letter men, with the aid of new material rounded into a well-ba.lanced track team. A total of four dual meets were placed on the Tark's ' d ath schedule Two of the meets were won. Tarkio defeated Omaha University cm er p . and William Jewell and lost to Maryville State Teachers College and Peru State ' ' U. A. t which was Teacher's College. Twelve points were garnered ln the M. C. A. mee C l bia Mo With the '32 season completed nine new men had lettered, held at o um , . . , bringi-ng the total number of letter-men to eighteen. From the eighteen lettermen only threeg Captain Wilson, Browning and Wlehrli, will not be available for the 1933 track SCHSOU. Page 46 ' u CLASS OF 3134" ELBERT HAMILTON Track Captain 1 9 3 3 The 1933 track squad under the able leadership of Captain Elbert Hamilton should make an excellent showing. "Alex" is a capable lead-er and his trump part is that of the short dashes. He can generally be coufnted on for first place in both 100-yd. and 200-yd. dashes. Such men as Monahan, Mitch-ell, Bennett, M. Sterrett, McMullen, Offenbacker, Waits, Hoov-er, Cox, Wolfe, Davison and Cline are all valuableiassets to this season's squad. T , Page 47 D ' CLASS or 'X34" l x A Wim :. .-,: f 'W ff , . Reading from left to right, Eddy, James, Minter, Stevenson, J. McMullen, Jackson, R. McMullen, Hoover. TENNIS The spring of 1932 witnessed another successful season for the wielders of the racquet. Veterans returning from the previous season were Stevenson, Saal, Laing, ' ' ' J ddition to th-ese J. McMullen and R. McMullen. Those who succeeded in lettering in a were Eddy, Hoover, Jackson, Minter, and James. Matches were won from William Jewell, St. Joseph Junior College, Peru and Omaha University. A Stevenson repeated his performance of the year before by winning the state tournament. Paired with J. McMullen he advanced to the finals in the doubles. Here h e eliminated by the Central tennists. One of two scheduled matches was t ey wer played in the fall of '32 with Peru. In this match the Tarks took out the Teachers 8-1. ' ' d ff Hendricks, M Additions to the team who showed considerable promise were Woo ru , . Sterrett, and Warre-n. The team of the previous spring remained intact with the ex ception of Saal and Eddy. Page 48 - 'I -1 L J: Z 1 Z i CLASS CF u34" Dodds Proffitt Smith Sawhlu H-QFVGY Skinner Mafgafet Harvey ----- .............. P resident , Irene Prohlitt ......... ........ V ice-President Kathryn Dodds ..... ................ S ecretary Mabel Sawhill .... ................... T reasurer Ellen Smith ..... . ............ ...... Publicity Manager Hockey, volleyball, basketball, hiking, track, baseball and tennis have followed each other in rapid succession as the W. A. A. activities this past year. With the Sophomores as champions in hockey, the Freshmen in volleyball and the J unior-Seniors in basketball, ability in athletics seems to have be-en quite evenly distributed among the classes. Track was a new sport on the W. A. A. schedule and proved to be very popular. A fall picnic, overnight hikes, and a party in the middle of the year were other events that added enjoyment and life to the organization. Page 49 P ' CLASS OF xx34" ,f f1j-?"'g- - "ff W W , 5 N 1 'Ii I E - 1 :Q ,ANL F xx, F X, , s , ,359,"'-.g.f' -. K.. .Q 4 II -to o .v Q . 'O' O ,,,'.a'o' i 1 O! XJ' 9.0, fbgw, ,-X. ACTIVITIES teifh iw ww wks I I wx r Q' 5414 211 EH M Vs ri!- W N, lil! EYQV1 Wi! : -f ! 1, M .11 J 1 ' A . F12 :ff ' LF S ik' V 'v ' 1 Ui N 2 11 w PT J +6 W ref CLASS OF u34" .XJ George D. Yaple J. Harold Barr We, the Tarkiana Staff of '33 present for your approval annual with many thanks to those who cooperated with us. Sawhill Dinsmore Rankin Redford Christensen this 4-,v . V, , , , Y-. Page 53 CLASS CDF V3-4" i-,Ti-L, Reading from left to right, top row: Redford, Roney, Woodruff, Laing, Thomp- son, Stevenson, James. Middle Row: M. Smith, Finnell, Gowin, Manners, Brock, Warren, Prather, Eastwood. Lower row: McArthur, Graham, Martin, E. Smith, Bicket, Keller, McCoy, Van Scoy, Dinsmore. 1.1-1- The Torch Editor-in-Chief ...... ............... ....... W i llard Bicket Assistant Editor ...... ...... M erril Roney Managing Editor ........... . ........ James Roney Ass't. Managing Editor ........................................,......... Joe Woodruff Circulation Manager ............................................ Richard Eastwood News Staffff ............ Marjorie -Keller, Mary Smith, Elizabeth McCoy Vaughn Manners, J. D. James Sports ........... ........ L eland Warren, Glen Redford Society ........................ ...................................... E sther Martin Feature Stai ................. ........ M irian Dinsmore, Richard Finnell 'World From the Hill' ..... ..................................... A rline Martin Collegiate World ......... ....... E lizabeth McCoy Campus Caricatures .... ....... H oward Thompson Organization News ....... ............ I iois Graham Faculty Reporter ....... ............. E llen Smith Business Manager .................................................. Joseph Stevenson Ass't Business Manager ........,..................................... Lehman Brock Typists .......................... Helen Prather, Esther Martin, Helen Gowin Ellen Van Scoy, Ermil Catron, Alice Wilson Proof Readers ..... .................... J afne McArthur, Margaret Godfrey Page 54 1 I I CLASS CDF u34" Left to right, top row: M. Sterrett, Bennett, Bicket, Mitchell, Brown, H. Ferris, Hutchings, Finnell. Middle row: Manners, Marquart, Judy, Woodruff, Clement, B. Sterrett, D. Sterrett. I A Lowerrow: W. Ferris, Brock, R. Eastwood, Godfrey, Warren, Laing, J. East- wood. FORUM LITERARY SOCIETY Officers ' First S9IY19S'C9I' Second Semester Willard Bicket ...... ............ P resident ......... ......... L eland Warren George Yaple ....... ......... V ice-President ......... ....... D o-nald Mitchell Earl Kroth ............ ........ S ecretary .... ......... J ohn Eastwood John Eastwood ...... ..... T reasurer ..... ..... ' ........ E arl Kroth Vaughn Manners ..... .... C ritic ...... ....... W illard Bicket Hunter Brown .. ...................................... Sergeant . ................................... Herman Ferris Forum has enjoyed twenty-nine years of unequalled goodfellowship and good times. During this long period of time Forum has done much to give the young men of Tarkio College training along literary lines. In the fall and during the middle portion of the school year we have hilarious times but when the time comes for Forum to bid farewell to its Slenior members sadness reigns in the halls of Forum. G. Y. '34. Page 55 D CLASS CDF u34" 1 Hoover Kroth Bicket B. Sterrett Laing J. McMullen Eastwood R. McMullen- Malnners Y. M. C. A. Rex Hoover ....... ............................................ ............... P r esident Willard- Bicket ....... ........ V ice President Earl Kroth .......... .............. Tr easurer Boyd Sterrett .... ........................... P rogram James Laing ......... .............................. P ublicity Robert McMullen ...... ....... G ospel Team and Social Va ughn Manners ..... ................................... M usic James McMullen ..... ...................... M embership The Y. M. C. A., though including a minority group of the young ment of our campus, has been one of the manly redeeming features of our campus life during the past year. Regardless of distractions, and handicaps such as conflicting organiza- tions, depressions, indiiferences, love affairs etc., We have survived. We can only state that our efforts, tho-ugh not failures have not reached the maximum in the field and scope of this organization, that it is possible to reach. We, therefore, take this opportu-nity to extend to the new cabinet and Organization of '4 and '35 our best wishes to a year of actual maximum success. Also, to extend to the young men of the student body our plea that you will join the Organization and help in any way you can to achieve this success. R. H. '33 Page 56 A U CLASS OF VISA" Godfrey Tidrick Yoder L. Rankin McArthur M. Graham 0 Picken M. Brown L. Jackson Yo We Co Ao Officers Margaret Godfrey ..... ........................ .............. P r esident Louise Jackson ........ .... . . ........ Vice President Louise Rankin ..... Secretary Marjorie Brown ....... Treasurer Mary Graham ...... ............ P rogram Chairman Jane McArthur .... ........ M issioniary Chairman Kathryn Pick-en ....... ................ P ublic Chairman Janet Tidrick .................................................. Membership Chairman Edna Yoder .............................................................. Soclal Chairman Altho' our Y. W. C. A. has not been as large an organ-ization as W'e had hoped, we have had an inspirational year. With the help of several national Y. M. C. A. workers, the earnest work of some of our faculty, and the sincere efforts of our cabin-et we have laid a foundation for future years. D Page 57 ' CLASS CDF HBA." Left to right, top row: Denning, D. Sterrett, Manners, Jackson, Capp, Keller, Kroth, B. Sterrett. Lower row: Redford, Clement, M. Sterrett, Ballengee fdirectorj, Beatie, Warren, James. MEN 'S GLEE CLUB Oflicers Glen Redford .... .......................... ..... .................... P r e sident Larry Jackson ...... ........ V ice-President 8x Publicity Manager William Beatie .................................................. Secretary-Treasurer Allison Denning .................................................... Business Manager d Since we were fortunate enough to be able to make a trip last year, we staye at home and kept the home folks satisfied this year. However the fact that we did not o on a trip should not be held as a criteria for our progress and achievement. 8 Each and every Tuesday night w-e assembled to receive instruction and inspira- 'll tion from Miss Ballengee. However it was not what we learned and did, which we W1 remember throughout the years to come, but the good fellowship, which we enjoyed at these meetings throughout the year. Page 58 I y I J ' CLASS OF u34" 1 Reading from left to right, top row: Paul, Lynn, Martin, Hulse, Stern, McCoy, Aikin, Thompson. i Middle row: Mercer, M. Reeed, Lesher, M. Prather, J. Rankin, Pollock, L. Rankin, H. Prather, Yoder, Graham. , Lower row: M. Rankin, Sawhill, J. Jackson, Pratt, Avery Cdirectorj, Scott, K. Rankin, L. Jackson, Godfrey. GIRL'S GLEE CLUB Officers Q President ............... ..................... ....... ' ' Pegyi' Godfrey Secretary .................. .......... J ane Rankin Business Manager ........... .. .............. Louise Jackson Librarian ................... . .................................................. Margaret Scott Armed with strong and melodious reinforcements from the musical faction of both new and old girls, the Glee Club resumed its attempts at shepherding blue notes as Well as all others into acceptable harmony. Sun or storm, moon or cloud-these faithful harmonists met and trilled out their scales and songs. Honesteffort must always receive its reward so the club took an extra holiday Spring Vacatio-n. The tour a complete success in all aspects, was made via our good- ship Oswald piloted by "Coxy." But all good things have an end at some time and the Home Concert was the heretofore unequaled finale for another Musical year. Page 59 D ,I i l l i li s 3 is 1 l 1. CLASS OF 34 Mertz Barr Hamilton 5, 4 l l v , l 1 1. M ' 1 V '1 li' I 4 STUDENT COUNCIL Officers Harold Mertz ..... ....................... .............. P r esident J. Harold Barr ...... .................. ........ V i ce President Elbert Hamilton ...... ....................... ......... S e c.-Treas. MEMBERS Joseph Stevenson, Margaret Godfrey, Larry Jackson, Edna Yoder, Boyd Sterrett, Louise Rankin, Morris Hall, Willard Bicket. The student council of '32-'33 was the first organization of its kind in Tarkio College. Th-e year was very successful and many things of importance Were accom- plished. The point system for activities Was adopted, library fines reduced, chapel services rearranged, auditing system of organization set up, organization for charter- ing of all campus societies and a representative sent to the s-ectional convention of the N. S. F. A. H. M. '33 Page 6'0 . I H3411 Back row: Stevenson, D. Sterrett, B. Sterrett, Hamilton, P. Henn, C. Henn, Offenbacker, Manners, Craig, Cox. 2nd row: Shrauger, Wolfe, Hoover, Charles, J. McMullen, Kuper, Hutchings, Monahan, R. McMullen, Laing. 3rd row: Coach Kyle, Waits, Davison, Hughes, Brown, Eastwood, Farris, Barr, Ass't. Coach Browning. A Front row: Minter, Jackson, Mertz, Mitchell, Denlning, James. THE "T" CLUB Joseph Stevenson ............... ...... .................... ............. P r e sident Cleo Hughes ....... ....... V ice-President Lewis Waits ...................................................................... Sec.-Treas. The "T" Club is composed of those athletes who have won a "T" in some branch of athletics. It is really a high honor to belong to this club for such denotes: com- petition in at least one of the sports, average scholastic standi-ng and a moral stability of credit, as well 'as sacrifice on the part of each individual athlete so that he might be in a better position to bring home a victory for his college. The men of thef "T" Club are a sturdy group who play together toward fame and glory for Tarkio College. ' Page 61 l CLASS OF m34" - r,.... .,,..... ,.. ,,,.. --1--A-W , J.McMaHe.n ' Aiklevkfcsj U X x X X gain " JAMQA Page 62 A Y Y - x, .5 X x " X ,X ill ' ,Q ,fbgl fx , P' F" 490' ' E, f . . , 'X -Q . f - X 512316 5- 4-X ' ' ,iz Q 1 X "fx , Q ,E ily, M V, F3 Z X . 17' 0 :M V x .5Y",f 0zW0'Q2 V Q Q X ' ,JCL 'fb QQQQQP- rw- f I . X1 J .,, Y f ' -- . - Q1 ' '-"'- . fx is F V My Mg ramwizcs KJ 5 W M 'S' X x A ,X ,, ,.f 5 N f , , QM . . , 3532135-'!3glf!4ls-52e:'s.,, lb , . X x ,. x f " 5 af X . f, Q1 f. f A41 X ' 4iww,,mxz QP' . ' - X QQ, X - f , fN,N4xx,s .. Xyfix. y. i S V K fxxgpefx Wg' . xgx ,N Kava xv X ax Ny Q9 4 ya , + 1 A A-f XX X - w. A V: 551: 'i .gs Q31 5 X ,Qs A Q Qyygy. ' 0 if 0 QV 1 I Q 5s f 1 W, f . Vx.: Xi Q., wg xg: he , 'wi X- f V MEX- f A ., ' W, 7 Qffxhx 1 fwgi-1" , K ' f N i 3:15 55, KASKQ 55. mm .'fz,15f - iifzssawsfi up arreh-" C , Q ' CLASS or ii34" Reading from left to right: Aikin, Warren, Eastwood, Trout, top row. Bottom row: McCoy, Keller, Graham, Smith. DEBATE War debts should or should Knot be cancelled? Who will ever know? Hard work, perfect cooperation and thorough coaching resulted in what we be- lieve to have been a successful debate season. The program of the year consisted of a trip to the debate tournament at Winfield, Kansas, and non-decision debates with teams from Park College, Peru Teachers, Midland College, and Doane College. At -no time during the season was enthusiasm found wanting. Perhaps it reached its height when 'Mr. Warren in his excitnient after debating at Winfield, dressed in his P. J.'s when preparing to return to Tarkio. Page 63 D I CLASS OF u34" c I N, , Wh ,, .y L , ,gs . as M Reading from left to right, top row: Beals, Capp, Ada Thompson, Keller, Carter, Trout : Bottom row, Jackson, Thompson, Sterrett, Finnell, Jackson, Roney. ALPHA PSI OMEGA Officers Lucile Beals ........ ....................... ..... ....... S p o nsor Charlotte Capp ..... ........................ D irector Marjorie Keller .... ............ A ssistant Director Ada Thompson ...... .............. H onorable Prompter Merril Roney ..... ...... G rand Business Manager Richard Finnell .....................Grand Stage Manager Helen Carter .......................................................... Property Manager ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Brock, Christelnson, Harvey, Jackson, McCoy, R. Rankin E. Rankin, M. Rankin, Yoder, James, Judy, H. Prather, Herman Farris, W. Farris, Martin, K. Rankin, Hulse, H. Thompson. The Alpha Delta cast of the Alpha Psi Omega National Dramatic Fraternity was installed in Tarkio College several years ago. Each year try outs for associate membership are held. Associate members may become national members after meeting certain qualifications. Alpha Psi has succeeded- in being a paying organization partly by the help of the Play Production class who create all the scenery, even that used in the more difficult roductions. P This year the Alpha Delta cast of Alpha Psi Omega gave two three act plays. "The Devil in the Cheese" by Tom Cushing and "Berkeley Square" by John Balderston. Page 64 , I CLASS OF u34" I Reading from left to right, top row: Farquhar, Godfrey, Martin, Weldon, Dins- more, M. Smith, E. Smith, Reed. Middle row: Hess, Hulse, Browln, Tidrick, R. Harvey, Scott Lust, Currie. Lower row: Sawhill, McCoy, M. Harvey, Picken, McArthur, Graham, Mitchell, Rankin, Hutchison. KAPPAGATI-IEAN LITERARY SCCIETY Oflicers Janet Tidrick ........... . ...................... ......... 4 ..President Margaret Godfrey ....... ...... V ice President Margaret Harvey ..... ........... T reasurer I Marian Dinsmore ..... ...... S ecretary Ruth Harvey .......................................................................... Marshall During the past year, the Kappagathean Literary Society has had some very interesting meetings. Among others were our Annual Open Meeting, our Forum In- vitation meeting, our Sigma Tau invitation meeting and Our Annual Banquet. May the next 20 years see as many good times iln the Kappagathean Society as the last 20 years. Kai Korai Kolai Kagathai. Page 65 D L CLASS or XGA" I Reading from left to right, top row: Dodds, Thompson, Gowin, Jackson, Pollock, Timmerman, Loucks, Carter. Lower row: Williams, Catron, Fullwood, fsponsorj Stern, Aikin, Mercer. 1 LAMBA SIGMA TAU Ofiicers Aileen Stern ....... ........................ .............. P r esident Ruth Aikin ....... ........ V ice President Ermil Catron ........ ............. S ecretary Mary Mercer ............ ............. T reasurer Margaret Williams ..... . .... . .... ..................... M arshall Mrs. S. J. Fullwood .................................................... Faculty Adviser ALPHA CHI ALPHA Pratt Martin, Hulse, Lust, Avery fsponsorj Aikin, Pollock, Yoder, McArthur, Huthison, Mercer, Godfrey. Page 66 X, -J 5 FEATURES I F P I I . I I ! :,II I' I I. I I' I ,II I I I I I I1 I I 5 II I .I I ' I I I I,I I I I , I I IIQI ,I I L, I3 . , I II I II I I II? If III I I 1 -' .'II I , I II LIIII I I I I1 II ,WI I ,Q In IIIII I I I I I I I I I I II I I . I Q II I II I I I I I I' r I In I I I I II II II I I I I I I Ml I XX ll mg CLASS OF 34 I ADMINISTRATION BUILDING , I PM 1 xv Page 69 Page 70 CLASS OF H34" ' A5?4V,w, " I .... ., Aw X Aw 1 I .Q CLASS OF M34" - 1 f' - - ,W ' '5,g1L,4+-,-fd-' 'WJ' YD f f fi gi fi iw W4 gh X ZP:,fQQ 'i f XX ll CLASS OF 34 GYMNASIUM Page 7 2 CLASS GF u34" 1, W, ., W , ,, H N y, Y ,,,, W ,,,.,W- ff- f '-"L?,..-,4-,--! '- -Arm Jjjuf-fra I Page-73 w I CLASS OF u34" f V in EAW W 1 SY V Wifi "fww,N ' H X. ""4ff-.M Q Mi, f' Nm .,,,,. ,,,.,,.,,. W. ,,,, ,, ,.,M,.-E ,gs W,,Wf-ww M43-1 5 Q s x E F Page 1 'I 3 ' CLASS OF H34 f, W, y , K My Av,, ?- - f 'Y ' ':.'--'H' ,,-,-,.--W ,, YH, ,,,, MW- f A,,J N Page 75 CLASS oF u34" MARSHALL HALL Page 7 6 CLASS OF H340 THOMPSON HALL IF ,fd-X f- - fd ii.,--f f O-Affgfiitlliiii 5 511 OFQQE if March April April April April April April April April April April April April ' CLASS OF 34 29-Songsters return. Boys pick themselves up after their hard "falls". 2--4 Ducks in Marshall Hall. Fight. 4-Freshmen theme song. "Thanks for the buggy ride." 8-Freshmen-Junior Banquet. 15--Campus Overrun by High School infants. 16-Welcome, 17-Tri State. 18-Senior-Sophmore Banquet. 19-Male and female songsters Hy in mud to Shen. Several are lost. 22-Cyrano de Bergerac. Alyce Sews between scenes. 24-Songsters entertain us in chapel. 25-Campaign. "Vote for --". Tag Day. ' 26-Election. Congratulations, Barr. Russian Crossocks here, and We all lock our doors. ' April 28-Faculty parties. ' A April 30-Kappa waffle breakfast. Collins entertains Y. M. ofiicers. "Send down for a new case of eggs." May 1-Sabboth afternoon checks in Marshall Hall. The call of the wild was too much. May 9-Freshmen Picnic. May 13-W. A. A. Picnic. Only two men present. May 14--Alpha Chi Alpha Tea. May 17-"The Fall of '32," but no one was hurt. May 18-Royal Family of Broadway. May 19--Big Day. Dr. Mo'ntgomery's birthday cake-"T" Club Banquet. May 20--May Fete. Three Cheers for King Tidrick and Queen. May May May May May May May June ll Page 7 8 21 23-27-Perturbation-frenzy-terror-Exam week. Much midnight oil. 27-Alpha Psi Initiation. 28-Long and Long, incorporated, revisit Marshall Hall dining room. 29 -23-Cannon frog tests, and oh! you cats! -Baccalaureate--Rain. 30-Closing chapel-More rain. Conservatory Recital. 31-Alumni Banquet-continued rain-frenzied packing. 1-Commencement-Parents-More Parents-Most Parents. Farewell to you" seems to be theme song. 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All school picnic at President Collins 23-Donning our "rags" we enjoy al all college mixer. I 26--Razors get a rest--all "he" men resolve to shy from them four four weeks. 30 --The fighting Tarks showed what they could do in their first game and York fell as the victim. Oct. 6--Students rush show. Oct. 14--Tarks bow to Valley 14-0. Oct. 21--We migrate to Maryville and come out on small end of score. Oct. 24-All the young hopefuls after faithfully practicing before the mirror tried out for Alpha Psi-some were hopefull. Oct. 26-Forum Coats missing. Oct. 28. Fond mammas and papas come to pay us a visit. What a game we played with Central in the moonlight and won, 19-0. Oct. 29-Marshall Hall's lassies throw big party for Thompson Hall "huskies"-"Job" is the hero! Oct. 29-Open house. Did the Marshall Hall girls find anything missing? Oct. 31-Off go screens, out go girls, all set for "midnight show." Nov. 8-National election-Faculty sees themselves as others see them. Nov. 9-A new stride to greater school spirit--P-ep Club. Nov. 10-Tarkio takes a step "forward" in literary pursuits with the birth of Lambda Sigma Tau. Nov. 11-Alumni comes back home. Nov. 18--Football team journeys to Liberty to play Wm. Jewell-Kyles gridmen defeated 12-6. Nov. 19-Kappa holds open meetifng to prove it's still alive and going strong. Nov. 24-Let us be thankful-Vacation Wednesday-Monday. . Dec. 3-Debaters go to Winfield to do their stuff. Dec. 5-Kappa pledges are seen scrubbing steps of main building. Page 81 D O P I 1 G I i i I I I J i L is E I P in gi I 1 4 6 v 1 CLASS OF 34 O:QlQOQ0,iQQQHQQQQQQQKQQIQQQQQQQIQQQQU ! MANY THANKS Q For the Business Given Me I May We Serve You Again? A. E. ANDERSON Q PHOTOGRAPHER I C TARKIO, MISSOURI .i.n,-,-., ........ , ......... ---,----,--. NORTH MISSOURI LUMBER COMPANY Every Sale Must Be Satisfactory-We're Not Satisfied Unless. You Are i Both Phones 35 M. 1RayVDaTling, Mgr. 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' CLASS GF u34" 15-Many queer and amusing people are seen dashing hither and thither around the campus, all because of Forum initiation. . 16-Santa pays yearly visit to our dear teachers at the Collins home. . 22-Santa gives us all a vacation. Hooray for him!! 4-Guess we showed Maryville how to play basketball. Jan. 5-We all take another day vacation. Free show-Big Pow-wow. Jan. 10-Third floor of Marshall Hall cremates "JOHNNIE" the fish amid wield weeping and ill concealed laughter. Jan. 16-Exams-Why bring' that up. Jan. 20-Miss Exams hung in effigy. Jan. Jan. Jan. Mar Miar Mar Mar 21-Miss Exams is stolen from the scaffold by Indians of Thompsoln Hall and is brutally creamated. 23-Annual Forum banquet. 31-Torch Staff throws a party. Election of John Eastwood and Merril Rooney to produce the Tarkiana for next year. 10--All College Party. W-e really enjoyed ourselves. 17-Alpha Psi Play-"Devil and the Cheese." 15-Mr. Avery's songsters take a trip. 22-Back we come after a nice rest. 25-League of Nations at Maryville. 31-Wrestlers, boxers, and faculty do their bit. 1-Mysterious phone calls. 6-Twenty-first annual Kappa banquet. Feb. Feb. ch ch ch ch April April April 7-Why did the wrong food have to be taken? April 8-Lambda Sigma Tau first banquet. April 19-Freshmen and Seniors receive break and win Inlte r-Class meet. April 14-15-Tri State Meet. Freshmen flag floats on high. May 23-Oh, to be a senior, but even they aren't all Lucky "All's well that en'ds well." Page 83 D CLASS OF H34" S ECONOMIOAL MODERN MAINTENANCE i -With-1 I HILLYARD'S REGISTERED PRODUCTS I Inquire About Our Service and Prices I HILLYARD CHEMICAL COMPANY ST. JosEPH, Mo., U. s. A. 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