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The 1937 TARKIANA pays homage to a good
man, a fine character, and a long perioci of faith-
ful service to Taricio College. Thirty years in the
life of a man is a short span. But when those
years are devoted to an institution and to its
students in unseifish service, then the drah years
take on life and color. They hrighten the mystic
haze of memory and impregnate the future with
the inspiration of an icieai. These are the qualities
for which we honor Wir. Noel.
The college contains a group of people
with diversified interests but with a com-
mon purpose. To this purpose they ure
constantly striving unceasingiy. We have
only to regret that it ends too soon.
This year marks the end of a half cen-
tury of service to Tarkio for Dr. Thomp-
son. To one who has devoted fifty years
of his life to the advancement of this
noble cause, the highest honor is due.
The unseifish devotion of Dr. Thompson
to Tarkio should he a standard for us to
strive to attain. To Dr. Thompson may
we offer our congratulations and a wish
for many more years with Tarlcio.
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The students have been very much im-
pressed by the interest which Dr. Collins
takes in the student activities and prolo-
lems. We honor his judgment and enjoy
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JOHN RICHIE JENISON. Dean of the College,
and Professor of Pure and Applied Mathematics.
A.B., Tarlcio College, 1903: A.M., University of
Kansas, 1928 . . . MRS. R. B. A. MCBRIDE.
Dean of Women and Matron of Marshall I'IaII,
1933. A.B., Tarlcio College, 1928 . . . LYMAN
MCKEAN ROVVLAND. Professor of Biology,
1921. A.B., Williams College, 1890: Summer
quarter fBioIogyI University of Chicago, 1921:
Summer quarter fBioIogyI University of Chicago,
1922: Summer term tBioIogy1 University of Iowa,
1927: Summer, University of Kansas, 1928: Surn-
mer term,University of Iowa, 1929 . . . JOHN
GORDGN STRGNG, Professor of Chemistry.
B.S., Muskingum College, 1915: A.M., Ohio State
University, 1916: PILD., University of Colorado,
1934 . . . ALBERT WINFRED MARTIN. Pro-
fessor of Bible. A.B., Muskingum College, 1898:
Graduate, Xenia Theological Seminary, 1901:
Biblical Seminary, New York, Summer 1930:
Presbyterian Seminary. Chicago, Summer 1931.
. . . ELZY VERN MCCOLLOUGI-I. Registrar
and Professor of Economics and Commerce. A.B.,
Tarlfrio College, 1908: A.M., University of IIIinois,
1915: Summer School, University of IIIinois, 1923.
. . . PAULINE LIEBIG LUNG. Professor of I'Iis-
tory and Social Science. B.A., University of Wis-
consin. 1918: M.A., University of Wisconsin, 1922.
. . . R. VV. GEORGE. Professor of Psychology
and Philosophy. A.B., Geneva College, 1921:
A.M., Columbia University, 1925: PILD., Dulce
University, 1932 . . . VEVA BALLENGEE.
Instructor in Piano and Public School Music.
Graduate Voice and Theory, Tarlcio College, 1914:
Graduate Piano, Tarlcio, 1917: Mus. B., Tarlcio
College, 1925: Summer term, University of South-
ern California, 1929 . . . ROBERT FOSTER
PATTERSON. Assistant Professor of I'Iistory and
Political Science, Director of Publicity. A.B., Tarlcio
College, 1927: A.M., University of Nebraska, 1932:
University of Colorado, Summer quarter, 1934.
1935, 1936 . . . ANNA B. LOY. Pro-
fessor oi Education. B.S., Tarlcio College, 1899:
A.B., Colorado State Teachers' College, 1917:
A.M., Colorado State Teachers' College, 1931.
Special Courses, Omaha University: Creighton
University, Omaha: Nebraska State University:
School of Medicine, Cmaha . . . JOB EDGAR
,IOI'INSON. Professor of Classfical Languages.
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Phillips Andover, 1894: A.B., Yale, 1898: A.M.,
Harvard, 1899: Ph.D., Harvard, 1932 . . . HILDA
MARGARET SCHMIDT. French and German
tStadhschr LyzenmI Kassel, Germany. Ecole de
Preparation de Professeur a I'Etranger, Universite
de Paris, France: Certificate and Diploma of Pro-
fessor of French, 1929-30: A.B., Tarlcio College,
Tarlcio, Missouri, 1931 . . . .IENNIE
VVAUGH. Professor of Speech and Director
of the Little Theatre. A.B., TarIcio Col-
lege, 1928: A.M., Northwestern University, 1929:
Post-Graduate Study: Northwestern University:
University of Munich, Germany: British Drama
League, London: Ph.D., University of Berlin,
1936 . . . GAVIN L. DQUGHTY. Professor of
Piano, Qrgan and Theory. A.A., St. Joseph .Iunior
College, 1929: Mus. B.,University of Kansas,1933g
M. IVIus., University of Kansas, 1935 . . . GRACE
EMILY IAMESON. Professor of English. A.B.,
College of Wooster, 1926: A.M., Ohio State Uni-
versity, 1928: Ph.D.. Ohio State University, 1932.
. . . MRS. JANE FRAISHER VIGLIANETTI.
Instructor in Voice. Special studies under Italian
Masters, Florence, Italy, 1901-1903: Milan, 1903-
1906: fProfessionaI career, Grand Opera, . . .
RUTH FRANCES MITCHELL. Instructor in
Economics and Commerce. A.B., Tarlcio College,
1935: Summer session, University of Wisconsin,
1936 . . . HARRY O. HICKERNELL. Instruc-
tor in Wind Instruments. F.C.M., at Dana Musical
Institute, 1907: Special study under Charles Thet-
ford, New Yorlc City, Summer 1915 and 19233
Simone Mantia, New York City, Summer 1928.
. . . MRS. EVA C. KELLOGG VOLKER.
Instructor in Violin. Graduate oi the New England
Conservatory of Music, 1912 . . . NEWTON
PARKER KYLE. Director of Physical Education
and Athletics. B.S., Tarlcio College, 1924: Coach-
ing School, State Teachers, College, Superior,
Vvisconsin, Summer, 1927 . . . MRS. GAVIN L..
DOUGHTY. Director of Womens PhysicaI Educa-
tion. A.A., St. Joseph .Iunior College, 1929: A.B.,
Tarlcio College, 1935 . . . HENRY K.
Business Manager . . . DWIGHT LINDSAY.
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds . . .
MRS. NARCISSA MCCAMMON HOLDEN.
Housemother. Graduate of Palmer College: Sum-
mer terms at Kansas University and IVIaryviIIe
State Teachers' College. Degree from Tarlcio, 1937.
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EDMUND SCHNEIDER, St. Louis, Mo.,
majored in Commerce and English. He was a
member of: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Sec.-Treas. 2:
Vice-Pres. 3: Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Cabinet 2, 3, 4:
Tarlciana Bus. Mgr. 3: Alpha Psi Omega l, 2, 3,
4: Bus. Mgr. 2: Vice-Pres. 3: Forum l, 2, 3, 4:
Football 1: Tennis 2, 3, 4: VVho's Vvho 4:
Thompson Hall Council 2, 3, 4 . . . MARY
JENISON, Taricio, Mo., has a major in Commerce
and English, and is a member of Honor Group
l, 2, 3: Y.VV.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3: Tarlciana
3, Asst. Ed.: VVomen's Giee Club 2, 3: Kappa
2, 3, 4, Pres. 3: Class Vice-Pres .... ELEANOR
CARTER, Tarlcio, Mo., has a major in Commerce,
and is a member of: Y.VV.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
3, 4: Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3. 4: Lambda
Sigma Tau l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 4: W.A.A.
l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3: Tariciowls 3, 4: Class
Sec.-Treas .... WILLIAM R. ANDERSON,
Cvreybull, Wyoming, is a Chemistry major, a mem-
ber of the Honor Group 3: Tariciana 4: Forum 4.
THADDEUS BAKER, Los Angeles, Calif.,
majored in Commerce, and was a member of
Y.M.C.A. l, 2: Honor Group 2.
BAILEY BOETTNER, Roclc Fort, Mo., has a
major in Chemistry, and was a member of: Torch
3: Tariciana I: Forum l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Sec. 3,
Treas. 4: T Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Tennis 1, 2,
3, 4 . . . FREDERICK BOYLE, Essex, Ia., has
majors in English and Commerce, is a member of
Alpha Psi Qmega 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Mgr. 2, Bus.
Mgr. 4: Tarlciana 3: Forum 2, 3, 4: T Club 1, 2,
3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Traci: 1, 2, 3: Hand
Book Editor 4: Y. M. C. A. 4 . . . FRANK CAPP.
Taricio, Mo., has majors in Mathematics and Com-
merce, and was a member of the Honor Group 3
. . . RUTH CURRIE, Shambaugh, ia., majored in
History, English, and Education. She was a mem-
ber of: Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Torch 4:
Kappa l, 2. 3, 4, Trustee 3: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4
. . . ESTHER DAVIS, Tarlcio, Mo., has a major
in Commerce and English, and is a member of
Y. VV. C. A. l: VV. A. A. 3, 4: Tarlciowls 4:
Carnival Queen 3.
IAORIMER GRAHAM, Tarlcio, Mo, is a Com-
merce major, a member of the Honor Group 1, 3:
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Y. M. -C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, Pres. 4: T
Club 4: Football 3, 4 . . . CATHERINE RUTH
GRIMMETF, Taricio, Mo., majored in English and
Speech. She was a member of: Y. W. C. A. l, 2,
3, 4: VVomen's Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Alpha Psi
Omega 2. 3, 4: Lambda Sigma Tau l, 2, 3, 4,
Marshal 2: Chorus 4 . . . MRS. NARCISSA
MCCAMMON HOLDEN, King City, Mo. She
has attended .Kansas University, Maryville State
Teachers College, and is a graduate of Palmer Col-
lege. Received her degree from Taricio . . . GER-
TRUDE HOLLIWAY, Roclc Port, Mo., majored
in Commerce and English, and is a member of
the Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2: Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.
4, Marshal 2 . . . LAWRENCE KENNEDY,
Fairfax, Mo., has a major in Commerce. He is a
member of Track 2, 3: Basketball 1.
RUTH KIMBERLIN, Rock Port, Mo., has
majors in English and F. S. Music, is a member of
VVomen's Glee Club l, 2, 3: Alpha Chi Alpha
1, 2, 3: Lambda Sigma Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3:
Chorus 4 . . . KATHRYN KINNEY, Essex, Ia.,
has a major in Public School Music. She is a
member of: Honor Group l, 3: Student Council 4:
Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Torch 1, 2, 3, 4: VVomen's
Glee Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3: Chorus 4: Alpha
PsiiOmega 2, 3, 4: Alpha Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3:
Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4: W. A. A.
l, 2, 3, 4: Tarlciowls 4: VVho's Who 4 . . . LEO
LUECKER, Chicago, ill., has majors in Speech and
English. He is a member of: Student Council 4:
Torch 3, 4, Ed. 4: Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4,
Pres. 4: Forum 2, 3, 4, Critic 2, 4: Skulls of Seven
2. He attended Northwestern University his first
year . . . HELEN MCCOID, Omaha, Nebr., has
majors in Commerce and English. She is a mem-
ber of: Honor Group l, 2, 3: Student Council 2.
3: Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3: Torch
1, 2, 3, 4, Ed. 3: VVomen's Crlee Club 2, 3: Alpha
Chi Alpha l, 2, 3, Sec. 2: Kappa l, 2, 3, 4,
Pres. 3: VV. A. A. 1, 2: VVho's Who 4: Class
Pres. 3 . . . ROBERT C. MCCQNNELL, Mound
City, Mo., majored in Commerce. He is a member
of: Honor Cvroup 1: Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 4:
Y. M. C. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3: Torch 1:
Tariciana 3, Ed. 3: Men's Glee Club l, 2, 3:
Debate lg Forum l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2. Critic 3:
Football l: Chorus' 4: VVho's Who 4.
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JAMES lV1acFARLAND, Blanchard, la., majored
in Psychology and Education. He was a member of:
Honor Group 2, 3, 4: Y. M. C. A. 1, 2: Torch 4:
Forum 3, 4, Treas. 3: Vice-Pres. 4, Sergeant 4:
T Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Traci: 1, 2, 3, 4,
Capt. 4: Thompson Hall Council 3, 4, Pres. 4:
Basketball 1, 2 . . . WM. D. MCKINLEY, St.
Joseph, Mo., has a major in Commerce and is a
member ol: Honor Group 3, 4: Torch 4, Bus. Mgr.
4: Forum 3. 4, Critic, Vice-Pres.: T Club 3, 4:
Traclc 3, 4: Thompson Hall Council 3, 4, Sec. St.
Joseph Jr. College 1, 2 . . . MARY MARLATT,
Roclcport, Mo.. majored in P. S. Music. and was at
member of VVcmen's Glee Club 2, 3: Chorus 4:
Orchestra 2. 3 . . . CLARENCE MARQUART,
Red Oalc, la., has a major in Chemistry, and was
a member of Forum 1, 2,- 3, 4, Pres. 4 . . .
MABEL MERCER, Rock Port, Mo., majored iri-
Biology and English. She was a member ol: Y. VV.
C. A. 1, 2: VVomen's Glee Club 3, Chorus 4:
Kappa l, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 2, Vice-Pres. 4: VV. A.
A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
FREDERICK OMER, Tabor, la., has a major
in Commerce and was a member of: Forum 3, 4:
T Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4: Football 1, 2:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4 . . . THEODORE
PAUL, Jr., Tarlcio, lV1o.,l has a major in speech,
is a member of lVlen's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3: Quar-
tette 3, 4: Alpha Psi 3, 4: Orchestra 1 . . . ELDON
PIERSON, Farragut, la., has majors in Commerce
and Psychology, is a member ol the Honor Group
I, 2.3, 4: Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum 2. 3. 4,
Sec. 3: T Club 3, 4: Traclc 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4:
Class Vice-Pres. 2 . . . ANNA MARY PIFFER.
lndianola, la., is a Biology major: is a member ol
Y. VV. C. A. l, 2, 3, 4: VVomen's Glee Club
l, 2, 3: Alpha Chi 1: Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4:
VV. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 4 . . .
LORAINE SCHQOLER, Fairfax. Mo.. has
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majors in Piano and Public School Music, is a
member of the Honor Group 1, 2, 3, 4: Y. VV,
C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Acc. for lVlen's Glee Club 25.
Acc. for VVomen's Glee Club 1, 2: Alpha Chi
Alpha 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 2: Lambda 1, 2, 3, 4.
Marshal 4: Tarlciowls 3, 4.
RUTH RANKIN, Tarlcio, Mo., has a major in
Commerce, is a member of the Honor Group 3:
Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: VVomen's Glee Club,
1, 2, 3: Bus. Mgr. 2: Kappa 2, 3, 4, Marshal 2,
Sec. 3: VV. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . RANKIN
SHEETS, Tarlcio, lVlo.,r is a Chemistry major, a
member of Forum 1, 2. 3, 4: Y. C. A. 1, 2, 3
. . . MERLE STROM, Shenandoah, lowa, has
a major in Social Science, is a member of Y. M.
C. A. 1, 2, 3: Student Council 3: Torch 3: Men's
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pres. 3: Asst. Director 3:
Alpha Psi 2, 3, 4: Stage Mgr. 3: Forum 1, 2, 3, 4,
Sergeant 3: T Club 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus
4: Quartette 1, 2, 3, 4,3 Asst. Dir. 3, 4 . . . AMY
THOMPSON, Des Moines, la., is a History
major, a member of the Honor Group 2, 3: Y. VV.
C. A. 2, 3, 4, Cab. 3, 4: Torch 2, 3: Tarliiana 3:
Kappa 2, 3, 4: VV. A. A. 2: Class Sec. and Treas.
2: Colloquain 4. She attended Parlc College her
first year . . . NEVORJA VOGT, Summerfield,
Kaus., has majors in Commerce and Social Science,
is a member of Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cab. 4:
VV. 1, 2, 3, 4.
OSCAR VVHITEHOUSE, King City, Mo., has
a major in Bible. He is a member of the Chorus 4:
Gospel Team 2: lVlen's Glee Club 2. He attended
Mo. Valley and M. U .... LYNN VVOLFE,
Tarlcio, Mo., is a Commerce major, a member ol
the Student Council 1, 2: Y. M. C. A. 1: T Club
l, 2, 3, 4: Skulls of Seven 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Capt. 4: Traci: 1, 2: Tennis 1: Who's Who 4:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 1
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The Tarlezana 1931
DARRELL MARTI Tarlcio NIISSOUII i major-
ing in Chemistry. He is a member oi the Student
Council 3' Tarliiana 3 Forum l' I- ol all l 2'
Class Secretary l President 3 Vice-President 2.
. . . CLARK JACKSON Omaha Nebraska is
majoring in Chemistry and is a member oi Isorum
minster Junior College 2 . . HAYEL KNOX
Clearfield Iw'I Y. VV. C A. l 2 3 Ca 2
. . ROSELLA KROTH Denison Kansas w'II
m'Ijor in Biology and Mathematics md is a mem-
er ot: Honor Goup 1 2 3' Y. VV C A. 1 2
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Nebraska, will majcr in Public School Music. She
is a member ol: Honor Group l, 2: Tarlciana 3:
VVomen's Glee Club l, 2: Lambda Sigma Tau
l, 2. 3, Secretary 3: VV. A. A. l, 2, 3: Chorus 3.
. . . GEORGE ADAM, Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
will major in Chemistry, Mathematics, and Psy-
chology. He is a member of the Honor Group l, 2:
Men'S Glee Club l, 2: Forum 1, 2, 3: T Club
1, 2, 3: Football l, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Chorus 3.
. . . MARGRATE BENNETF, Sidney, Iowa, will
major in History and Education, and is a member
of Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2, 3: VV. A. A. I, 2, 3: Alpha
Chi Alpha 1, 2 . . . GENE GRANSCN, East
Peoria, Illinois, is majoring in Mathematics. He is
a member of: T Club 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3:
Track 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2 . . . DON CUN-
NINGHAM, Tarlcio, Missouri, is majoring in Com-
merce, and is a member oi: Honor Group 1: Tar-
Iciana 3, Assistant Editor 3: Forum 1, 2, 3, Secre-
tary 3: T Club l, 2, 3: Tennis I, 2. 3 . . . VIR-
GINIA DOUGHTY, St. Joseph, Missouri, is a
member of Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3: Kappa 2, 3:
Tarlciowls 3 . . . KENNETH MARSH FARMER.
Tarlcio, Missouri, will major in Commerce. He is
a member OI: Y. M. C. A. 1, 2: T Club 1, 2. 3:
Football 1, 2:'TracIc l, 2, 3 . . . ROBERT H.
FAY, Tarlcio, Missouri, is majoring in Commerce,
and is a member of: Student Council 2, 3, Vice-
President 3: Y. NI. C. A. 2, 3, Program Chairman
3: Tarlciana 3: Debate 3: T Club I, 2, 3: Foot-
ball I, 2, 3: Traclc l, 2, 3 . . . ALTON HAN-
RATH, Westboro, Missouri, is- a member of
Debate 2, 3 . . . DALE HUTCHISON, Summer-
field, Kansas, will major in Mathematics, Chem-
istry, and Psychology. He is a member ol: Student
Council 3: Torch 3: Tarlciana Editor 3: Men's
Glee Club l, 2: Forum 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3: Foot-
ball 1, 2: Traclc l, 2: Thompson Hall Council 2, 3.
. . . VERNA JOHNSON, Burlington Junction.
Missouri, is a member OI Y. VV. C. A. 2, 3 . . .
ROBERT KELLY, Santa Ana, Caliiomia, is
majoring in Bible, and he is a member of Y. M.
C. A. 3: Torch 3: Football 3. He attended Santa
Ana Junior College l, 2 . . . MARY KINDER,
Greybull, Wyoming, will majsr in Bible, and is a
member of Y. VV. C. A. 3. She attended West-
3, Program Chairman 2, President 3, Womens
Glee Club l. 2: Kappa 3: VV. A. A. l, 2, 3 . . .
HERBERT LaI'IUE, Nishnabotna, Missouri, is
majoring in Biology and Chemistry, and is a Inem-
ber oi Y. M. C. A. 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Traclc
1, 3 . . . LAVVRENCE McCARTNEY, Des
Moines, Iowa, will major in Commerce. He is a
member cf Forum 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3 . . .
REBECCA IVICMULLEN, Tarlcio, Missouri, is
majoring in Chemistry, and is a member of: Honor
Group l: Student Council l, 3: Y. VV. C. A. I,
2, 3: Tarlciana 3: VVomen's Glee Club 1: Lambda
Sigma Tau I, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3:
W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3: Tarlciowls 2:
Class President I . . . FRANKIE IVIERTZ, Red
Oak, Iowa is majoring in Social Science, and is a
member of T Club 2. 3: Football 2, 3, Captain
Elect 3: Traclc 2, 3. He attended Parsons College I.
. . . KENNETH MITCHELL, Traer, Iowa, is
majoring in Music, and is a member of Y. IVI. C. A.
l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3: Men's Glee Club l,
2: Alpha Psi Omega 4: T Club l, 2, 3, 4: Traclc
I, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . .
JOHN RYAN, Tarlcio, Missouri will major in
Mathematics and Chemistry. He is a member oi
T Club l, 2, 3: Football l, 2, 3: Traclc 1, 2, 3.
. . . ELIZABETH STEELE, Fairfax, Missouri, is
majoring in Psychology, and is a member oi: Y. VV.
C. A. 3: Tarlciana 3: Kappa 3, Sergeant 3: Tar-
Iciowls 3, Captain 3. Missouri University l, 2 . . .
CLARK VAN HORN, North Bend. Nebraska,
will major in Commerce. He is a member of Y. M.
C. A. l, 2: Forum 3: Football l, 2: Track 2 . . .
BETTY AVOLKER, Tarlcio, Missouri, will major in
History and English. She is a member oi: Honor
Group 1, 2: Y. VV. C. A. l, 2, 3, Social Chairman
3: Torch 1, 2, 3: Tarlciana 2: VVomen's Glee Club
1: Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2: Kappa 2, 3, Vice-Presi-
dent 3: Chorus 3 . . . WESLEY WHITE-
HOUSE, Jr., King City, Missouri, is a member OI:
Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary 2: Tarlciana Business
Manager 3: Forum 3: Chorus 3: Quartette 2, 3:
Gospel Team 1, 2 . . . JOHN WOOLSEY, of
Tarlcio, Missouri, is a member of Football l, 2, 3.
. . . WILLIAM Cv. BENNETT, Northboro, Iowa,
will major in Biology, and is a member OI Y. M.
C. A. 3: Debate 3. He attended Maryville 1, 2.
STUDENTS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR '
SENIORS: DON CRAIG, ISUELLA LOVVE, REV. E.
E. BAYSE, MRS. IVIARY E. BAYSE. Q
JUNIORS: C. F. HUMMEL.
SOPHOMORES: MAXINE BENNETT, BARBARA
CARTER, GAYLORD CRAIG, BILL EVERLY, AUSTIN
MCELFISH, ALVAH NUCKOLLS, JOHN W. PAUL,
EVAN PETERS, ROBERT POYNTER, GERTRUDE SPIECK-
ERMANN, LOUISE SPIECKERMANN, BYRON STEVEN-
SON, FRANK THOMPSON.
FRESHMEN: MARY J. CALDWELL, JAMES CHANCEY,
CARL CHAMBERS, HARRY D. DIXON, EVERETI' GAR-
RISON, ILA HEATON, ERNEST KING, JAMES NOE.
ANN PAITON, RALPII SAURBAUGH, WILLIABI
SCHOONOVER, DOROTI-IY L. Srx, WILLIAM SOBER.
COLLEGIATE SPECIAL: DOROTPIY ALLGAIER,
WILLIAM H. BOEHNER, JAMES I'IlNSHAW', ESTHER
MARTIN, RUTH MOORE, FRANCES MORGAN, MARJORIE
MORGAN, WILMA ROLF, ORA MAE SLOAN, KEN-
NETH STIMSON, ELOISE STICKEROD.
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URGANIZ TIU S
The organizations not only help the stu-
dents become intimately acquainted with
the more cultural things of life, hut also
keep the social life upon higher standards.
These organizations give us the oppor-
tunity to express some of our dormant
abilities which otherwise would not he
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Seated: Kinney, McConnell, Fay, Creger. Standing: Driftmier, Leucicer. Schneider, Lunan, Marti, Howitt,
THE STUDENT EUUNIIIL
HE Tarlcio College governing body nears the completion of its fifth success-
ful year. A survey of the activities of 1936-37 reveals the efficiency with
which the Student Council handled the problems which arose.
For all the students who enjoy so heartily those popular an-school parties,
the Student Council started and encouraged the struggling college orchestra which
developed into the smooth Hgyncopatersf, The Social Board of the College, under
the jurisdiction of the council, made a study of social problems and attempted
a solution. Many of the new ideas to which the Student Council devoted its time
are yet in their infancy, and will be continued by future executive bodies. Among
these are the HBeautify the Campusn campaigng the student assessment fee for
carrying on college activities: a central reserve treasuryg and other similar ideas.
Under the very able leadership of Robert McConnell, the 1936-37 Student
Council has blazed several new trails for future Tarics to traverse with a little
more ease than heretofore.
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The Tarkiana, 1937
Standing: Leucicer, Paul, Strom, Boyle, Schneider. Seated: Kinney, Vvaugh, COEICII GfilYHTl6Hr Cilfief-
ALPHA PSI UMEG!-X
HE purpose of this organization is to sponsor and prociuce piays which will
entertain and help huiici the stucientis conception of the theater.
The ciuties of the Alpha Psi Qmega cover a great variety oi activities which
include: seiiing tickets, costuming, huiiciing scenery, lighting, acting, directing, and
all other duties which are necessary to the theater.
During the past year, Alpha Psi Omega sponsored the eariy Italian farce-
comecly hy Goidoni, The Coffee House, and did the production Work on the
Senior Play, Goodbye Again.
Definite plans have heen made hy the outgoing officers, Wherehy it is hoped
that Alpha Psi Qmega will sail along smoothly through the coming years.
Leo Leucker . . .....,..... Grand Director
Ffedfiek Boyle - - . . Worthy Business Manager
Edmund Selmeider - - . yvorthy Stage Manager
Eleaner Carter - . . Honorable Promoter
The Tarfeiana, 1937
Back Row: Aciams, Van Horne, J. Otte, Jackson, Wheatley, Howitt, Anderson, Whitehouse, Cun-
ningham. Second Row: iVIcCartney, Sisier, T. Otte, Lunan, Lewis, Strom, Omer, Paciget, Boyle,
Hutchison. First Row: Latimer, Schneider, Leucicer, Boehner, McConnell, Marquart, McFarland,
Boettner, Pierson, Dunlap.
FORUM LITERARY SUEIETY
HE chief aim of the Forum Literary Society is to give to its memhers vaiuahle
training anci experience in literary composition, ciehate, and oratory.
The organization provides many social activities such as their annual hay-
ride, and hanquet, along with picnics anci parties.
The memhers form fellowships that are not hroken after their short educa-
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Clarence Marquart . . . President . . . . . Bailey Boettner
James McFarland . . . . Vice-President . . . William McKinley
Donald Cunningham . . . Secretary - - Dale HUfChiS0f1
Bailey Boettner . . . . . Treasurer . . . . Charles Lunan
Rohert McConnell . . . - Critic - - - -L60 LCUCIWF
Lawrence McCartney . . . Sergeant . . . . James McFarland
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Back Row: Spieclcermann, Lowe, Elder, Godfrey, Steele, Jenison, Lunan, Creger, Niccoid. Middle Row:
Mercer, Kelly, Holden, Martin, Currie, Bennett, Doughty, Knox, Krotil. Front Row: Smith, Sticlcerod.
Ettieman, Kinney, Holiiway, Volker, Piffer, Thompson.
HAPPAEATHEAN LITERARY SUCIETY
Hlsis the twenty-nintii year of the Kappagatilean Literary Society and to its
members it has to ioe a source of both education and valuable fellowships.
Kappa affords many of the social highlights of the year including their annual'
open meeting, time banquet, tile May morning breakfast and the spring tea.
To the new students that may come in an invitation is extended to them to
participate in 41.21937 tryout services.
FIRST SEMESTER SECQND SEMESTER
Kathryn KUTUCY - - - - President - . . Elizabeth Volker
Elizabeth Volker . . . . Vice-President , , , Mabel Mercer
Ruth Rankin . . . . Secretary . . . . Evelyn Martin
Anna Mary Piifer . . . Treasurer . . . Anna Mary Piffer
Helen Prather . . . Marshal . . . , Betty Steele
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Standing: Kreyseimier. McNulty, Sbaum, Grimmet, Carter. Seated: Curfman, Hackett, Kimberlain,
Mackey, McMullen, Carter, Miss Bailengee, fAdviserJ, Sloan, Scbooier, Walker, Davis, Tunnell,
LAMBDA SIGMA TAU
AMBDA SIGMA TAU, representing Hioyaityf, Hlive completef, Hsincerity,
self-expression," Htrutb and talentf, bas had a very illustrious year.
During the seventb, year of existence, Lambda Sigma Tau will remember
among its social activities: the open bouse meeting, time annual banquet, Kappa-
Lambcla party, and senior breakfast. t
Another successful year ieacis us to believe tbere will be otbers, and We shall
Welcome the opportunity to make new friends in the fail of 1937.
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The Tarkiana, 1937
Top Row: B. Carter, Cunningham, Godfrey, Shaum, Creger, Steele, McNulty, Holden, E. Carter.
Kinney. Bottom Row: Caldwell, Hunter, Kelly, Doughty, Davis, Tunneii, Schooier, Mackoy, Hackett.
HE Tarlciowis are practicaiiy a new organization on the campus, this being
their second year. They have contrihuted to the pep at all athletic contests
and have ioeen responsible indirectly for some of the victories.
They are a self-supporting organization and have purchased their own colorful
uniforms With money earned from various enterprises. Next year they intend to
carry forth a more strenuous program than they did this year.
Not only do the Tarkiovvis add pep and enthusiasm to the athletic contests
hut they also add the necessary color to the panorama.
Frances Shaum . . ,.... . . .President
Marv Beth Godfrey . . , . . Vice-President
Charlotte Crew . . . secrefafyrreasufef
The Tarierana 1937
Top Row: Adams, Peters, Cohen, Graham, Armstrong, Nlertz, Fay, Bennett, McKinley. Second Row:
G. Craig, Porter, Everiy, iVIcCartney, Cmer, Strom, Boyle, Sober, Wolfe. Bottom Row: Boehner,
Brown, Cunningham, Boettner, MacFarland, Ryan, D. Craig, Pierson.
HE MTN Club, which consists of only the letter Winners in the four major
sports: football, basketball, track, and tennisg is one of the oiciest organizations
on the campus.
Vvhiie the organization consists of only honorary memberships, the fellows
work together with such friendly brotherhood that it shows the qualities of the
boys that are the athletes. '
The chief purpose of the "TH Club is to keep the athletic interest and
enthusiasm at a high pitch.
The "T" Club is the sponsor of the Tri-State Track and Field Meet held
annually at the College.
The funds they receive from carnivais and other activities provide a blanket
for each senior member of the club.
Bailey Boettner . . ...... ...... P resident
Frederick Cmer . . . .Secretary-Treasurer
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Upper Picture, Top Row: Vogt, Iwartin, Voiicer, Carter, IVIcCoid, Thompson. Bottom Row: Doughty,
Knox, Kroth, Mrs. Coiiins, Godfrey, Currie. Lower Picture, Top Row: Jackson, Brown, Dr. Coiiins,
Fay, Schneider. Bottom Row: Carey, Mcconneii, Graham, Bennett.
YUUNE WUIVIENS CHRISTIAN I-ISSUIIIATIUN
HE Young VVomen,s Christian Association hegan Iast iaii with fifty memhers.
The year was a successful one in which each meeting was varied and interest-
ing, deaiing with social and religious phases. Chiidrenis Saioioath School has been
a Worthwhile project oi the Association.
YUUNE MENS CHRISTIAN ASSUEIATIUN
HE Y. M. C. A. through its Weekly discussion meetings has proved Very
heneiiciai. The past several years the organization has sent delegates to the
Southwestern Student Conference at Hollister and Boone. The Gospel Team, as
in the past, has conducted services.
Y.W.C.A. OFFICERS Y.IVI.C.A.
Roseiia Kroth . . . President . . . Lorimer Graham
Hazel Knox . . . Vice-President . . . Rohert Mcconneii
Ruth Currie . - . . . Secretary . . ....... Don Bennett
Mary E. Godfrey . . . . Treasurer . ....... Kenneth Carey
Mrs. C0Hi11S - - - . . Sponsors . . . Drs. Coiiins, George, Martin
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As we go through life we are constantly
looking forward to our rewarcl whatever
it may ine. It is no more than fitting that
we should give certain awards for achieve-
ments gleaned during our college career.
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SHULLS UI-' SEVEN
HIS is the tenth anniversary of this honorary organization in the Tarlciana.
The Skulls of Seven first appeared in the 1927 Tarkiana published hy R. F.
Patterson and has heen one of the main features of the Tariciana ever since.
The members of this organization are chosen hy the members of the Skulls of
Seven of previous years who are still in school and a faculty advisor. Representa-
tives are chosen for scholarship, athletics, oIeIoate, and ciramatics. This year three
Were chosen for scholarship hecause their averages were very close and there was
no outstanding orator.
' The new memhers anoI their activities are: Mary Jenison, scholar: Helen
Mccoid, scholar, journalist and VVho,s Vvhog Eldon Pierson, tennisg Alton
Hanrath, deioaterg John Ryan, foothaiig Theodore Paul, actor and singerg Lee
Pact get, athlete.
The Tarkiana, 1937
THE MUST HEPHESE TATIVE MA
MR. ROBERT MCCONNELL
HE representative man is chosen by a popular vote of the
Women of the College.
Mr. McConnell has been very active in all student activities
during his college career. He ranks high in his scholastic Work and
has been very active in debate and glee club Work. Mr. McConnell
Was elected to the VV'i1o,s Vviio this year, Was the editor of tile
Tarkiana last year, and is president of the student body this year.
We congratulate Mr. McConnell and Wish him as much
success in the business World as he has had in college.
p The Tarlziana 1937
THE MUST REPRESENTATIVE WUMAN
MISS KATHRYN KINNEY
TSS KATHRYN KTNNEY Was elected by the men to Toe the
most representative Woman of Tarkio College.
Miss Kinney has been a success in any line of endeavor which
she undertook Whether it Toe academic or extra-curricular. She has
been especially outstanding in Tier Work in music. Miss Kinney
Was elected Homecoming Queen and a member of the WhO,S
Who. We hope that Miss Kinney,s life in the World will be as
full as Txer life in college has been.
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E as the Tarkiana staff have endeavored to preserve in a more or ess
permanent form a resume of the activities for 1936 37
Vve Wish to thank those Who have helped get this hook into a somewhat
organized form Especially we wish to thank those who hetpect with the photog
raphy and the many other invaluable services rendered to us
The staff has gleaned much vatuahte knowledge which will he mclispensa le
to us rn later life This has heen a most interesting ctehut into the husrness Wor C1
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Top Row: Kelly, lVlacFarland, Sisler, Brown, Jaclcson. Middle Row: Latimer, Carter, Martin, God-
frey, Lowe, Currie, Ettleman. Bottom Row: Creger, Boettner, lVlcCoid, Lueclcer, Kinney, Hutcliison,
HOSE wlxo are Ujournalisticallyu inclined find space for tlieir loest ellorts in
The rl-orclm is a tri-weelcly publication loy tl1e students to give food for tlnouglut,
college news, and, yes, a loit of scandal which everyone enjoys.
The TOTCll lias souglut to be tlle' mouthpiece of tlie students. It is self-support
ing financiallyg tluerelore mucln credit is due tliose wl'1o liave sacrificed to malce the
paper H SIICCCSS.
Leo Leuclcer, as editor, and William lVlcKinley as lousiness manager lxave done
THE STAFF r
Leo Leuclier ............. Editor-in-Chief
William lVlcKinley ...... . .Business Manager
Katllryn Kinney, Helen lVlcCoid . . Assistant Editors
Bruce Everist, Ward Sisler . . ' . . . Columnists
Bailey BOCHHCT ...,.. ..... S ports
Lyle Latimer, Victor Brown . . , . Sports Reporters
Dorotlly Mae Ettleman ........... Typists
Reporters'-Betty Volker, Evelyn Martin, Luella Lowe,
Robert Kelly, Clnarlotte Creger, Mary Beth Godfrey, Rutll
Currie, James Nlaclzqarland. R F Patterson
The Tarkiana, 1937
Standing: Douglas, Paul, Porter, VV. Driftinier, Fay. Seated: Hanrath, F. Driftmier fcaptainf, Dr.
Vvaugh fcoachl, Broermann, Bennett. Q
HE largest debate squad in the history of forensics at Tarkio College boasts
of a most profitable and successful year. The dehaters toured over fifteen
hundred mites, visiting ten college campuses, and dehating twenty-one schools for
a total of fifty-five dehates. -
The squad Was host to Emporia State Teachers College on January 20, dehat-
ing them in the afternoon and then again in the evening over radio station KMA
at Shenandoah, Iowa. 011 January 23, the squad participated in the Maryville
tournament, and came out with flying colors. They received an invitation to the
Rocky Mountain Speech Conference held at Denver University, Fehruary 18-20,
and entered three teams at the tournament. They dehated twenty-seven times on
the trip, including three stopovers at Greeley State Teachers College, Greeley, Colo-
radog Hastings College, at Hastings, Nehraskag and Nebraska Wesleyan Univer-
sity, at Lincoln, Nebraska. At the Denver meet, Frederick Driftmier Won individual
honors hy placing in the upper twelve of forty-two orators entered in the oratorical
contest. Wayne Driftmier Went to the third round of the extemporaneous speaking
division of the same meet. The dehate squad visited Park College on March 5
where they debated Park and Missouri Valley, and then drove to William Jewell
Where they met them in contest on March 6. On this same trip Alton Hanrath
represented the school in the State Qratoricai Contest.
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The Tarieiana, 1937
Top Row: B. Ranicin, J. Ranicin, Hutchison, Brown, Sisier, Mr. G. Doughty, Aciciy, VV. White-
house, Beii. Third Row: Doughty, Otte, Lincistrom, T. Paul, Paciget, Cvottsche, Strom, Whitehouse,
Mcconneii. Second Row: Lunan, Cunningham, L. Spiecicermann, Carter, Keiier, Gociirey, McNulty,
Shaum, Kinney, Piifer, B. Fuiwicier, Mccoid, Mercer, Kroth. Bottom Row: Kimheriain, Alien, Mar-
iatt. G. Spiecicermann, Lowe, F. Fuiwider, Ettieman, Farquahar, Doughty, Grimmett, Caiciweii,
HE Mixed Chorus was cieveiopeci this year ioy combining iooth the boys, and
girls, giee Ciuins. .
The success oi this group is ciue to the exceiient ciirecting oi Prof. Gavin L.
Doughty. Although very few appearances have been macie this year, a spring tour
is heing pianneci that Wiii take them into nearhy communities.
Prof. Gavin Doughty
The Tarkiana, 1937
LUHHH Paul Whitehouse SUOIH
TAHHIU EULLEGE MALE UUAHTETTE
HE Tarkio College Male Quartette is one of the Ioest means the college has for
contact with outside communities. Every year the quartette visits the high
schools and churches of the surrounding states.
Miss Veva Bailengee has been the director of the quartette and is to he
commended for the success she has had.
The personnel of the quartette is: Charles Lunan, St. Louis, M04 Wesley
Whitehouse, King City, N104 Merle Strom, Shenandoah, Ia.g Theodore Paul,
Tarkio, Mo. A
Miss Veva Ballengee
The Tarlziana, 1937
Sept. 7. Freshmen arrive, thirsting for
knowledge. Cvreeted with hot dogs and
1o1Iypops on the athletic field.
Sept. 8. Another freshman'-1 Oh, no,
just Les Bennett'-fthe little Cutup, is
Sept. 9. Registration of upperclass-
men-fa1so Marquart and Billie Dick.
Beginning of tennis tournament.
A Sept. 10. Chapel talk, "Youth of Ger-
many." Waugh you there?
Sept.11. Annual lottery party-f1ot-
Sept. 12. Corridor chatter: "Come on
you worm, Ietys wrigglef' Qccasionr-
Sept. 13. Tarlcio residents entertain
freshmen at Sunday dinner.
Sept. 14. And prosperity is sti11 a jest
around the corner.
Sept. 15. In the event of a Repuhiican
Iandslide, we may all he Iiving on hird-
seed and memories. lfcompliments Pat-
Sept 16. Freshmen giris on hiack
fstockingi list. Tarkio merchants clean
Sept. 17. Today snailed hy.
Sept. 18. Again we are received,
punched, and cookied hy the faculty.
Dr. Martin is declared "knock-knocicn
Sept. 19. Vventworth went down in
defeat to the Gwls.
Sept. 20. Last Sunday we went to
Sept.21. Brrr-fwe're shivering like
one of Shasta's fenders. Why do fur-
naces hreak down?
Sept. 22. Still so cold that a penguin
would need mittens to shake hands
' Sept. 23. Leo te11s the latest in
Dorothy Parker humor at the Iunch
tafoie. McCartney and freshmen ioolced
Sept. 24. S crap Day '-1 conglomera-
tion of freshmen fpoor thingsi, sophs,
and grease. Tsk, Tsic, freshies, you didn,t
eat your spinach.
Sept. 25. Picnic in Dr. Co11in's gar-
den. Formal presentation of the hus.
Sept. 26. They do say that Amy is so
engrossed these days in the hazy
Autumn weather that she doesn,t know
if it,s Schneider day.
Sept. 27. Fail fol-de-roi: night pulled
the curtain of twilight down and pinned
it with a star.
Sept.28. Nlondayf-the hirth of a
Sept. 29. Fiashi Forum and fraus
siither in the mud at annuai picnic.
Think what might have happened if the
ditch had heen an inch cioser.
Sept. 30. Student hody in a huddle .-1
first Torch out.
Gct. 1. Lovely Autumn with the red
Qct. 2. If the football hoys thirsted
for experience, they imhihed too much
Oct. 3. Saturday. Liver for hreakfast.
Qct. 4. And did you worship in hed
Oct. 5. Ann Patton and Virginia
Mackoy start reducing-1 they feel their
charms are a little over-emphasized.
Qct. 6. Kisses are works of art when
hoys get them hy chiseling.
Qct. 7. Benefit Movie: "Seven days a
0ct. 8. Current campus puzzie: God-
frey and Elder sti11 1ive on third, hut
they've exchanged Vvards.-no, notwords.
Oct. 9. First formal party, with Red-
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These men have
played a very important
part in the athletic
program of Taricio.
Glover has heen
here only two years
hut his Work has heen
Hcrooicn has heen
a very vaiuahie asset
to the athletic depart-
ment. His Work with
R. B. Glover
the intramural sports
has been very com-
have a very difficult
task on their hands
and they have clone
their joh Wen.
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tenth year as head
coach and he has a
very good record.
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Top Row: Ky e, tCoachJ, Nauman, Mertz, D. Broerman, Ryan, Armstrong, Padget, Porter. Boyle.
Hutchison, J. Comstock, Hood, fAsst. Coachi. Bottom Row: Farmer, K. ixfiitcheii, Fay, M. Sterrelt,
Cox. fCapt.D. V. Brown, R. Bennett, McFarland. fCapt. eiectl, D. Bennett, .Adams, McKinley.
M. C. A. U. CHAMPIONS
T THE heginning of the 1936 season the prospects did not look so hright as
they might have, hut as time went on, the individuals took shape as a team.
The excellent leadership of Captain Clarence Cox and the determination of
Ralph Bennett were deciding factors in the success of this season.
The outstanding achievements of the season were the records of Ralph Ben-
nett in the miie and half-miie, McFarland in the pole vault, Padget in the high
jump and javeiin, and Cox in the quarter. Ralph Bennett put away his track
shoes without having iost a miie race in iVi.C.A.U. competition, during his four
TRACK SCHEDULE 1936
Tarkio . . . . . 57 Niaryviiie ...... . . . 79
Taricio.. ...44 Doan... ...6l Per'u.... ..37
Taricio . . . . . 71 Jewell ......... . . 65 -
Taricio . . . . . 62V2 Peru ............ 59V2 Chillicothe. . . . 20
M. C. A. U. MEET
Taricio . . . . . 40 Central .......... 38V2 Culver-Stockton. . . . . 0
Drury ....... . . 0
Jewell . . . . . 39V2 Vvestminster. ....... 32V2 Missouri Valley. . . . . 0
The outstanding event of the year was the M.C.A.U. Meet at Fulton, Mo.
The contest divided into a three-way duel hetween Taricio, Jewell, and Central.
The top position was juggied hetween these three schools throughout the meet
First place depended upon the last event, or the half-miie relay. Padget came
through in the anchor position to win the race and consequently the meet for
Taricio. This is the second championshi tr Ii t T ric' h
p ac eam a io as had in the last
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The Tarkiana, 1937
The success of the 1936 track
season was the result of the
leadership of Cox. He worked . 3
hard, urging his teammates to do
likewise for the benefit of the
team. He left hehind an enviahle
Jim won the admiration of his
teammates hy pushing the har up
Capt. COX each year, finally hrealcing the Capt.-elect McFarland
college record in the pole vault,
unofficially. We expect an offi-
cial record early in 1937 season.
Although only a freshman, Lee
set himself up as a model for
others to follow. Lee has already
tacked the college high jump
record to his accomplishments.
The hoy jumps, runs, and throws
the javelin well. His nickname
should he Versatility.
Ralph has never been defeated
in M.C.A.U. mile, holding the
mile record, two-mile, and half-
mile. High point man in the
M.C.A.U.ymeet, he was called
hy sports writers, the "Great
Ralphf' He always made honors
for the team. ,
Lee Padget I R. Bennett
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The rlartelana, 1937
Top Row: Nuctcots, tTr'ainer1, Graham, Soher, Hummet, Ever-1y, Armstrong, Cohen, Lewis, Ryan.
Porter, Tarr, 1V1cE11ish, Kelty, Glover tAsst. Coachi. Bottom Row: Branson 1N1gr.1, VV. Ranking,
Schoonover, Lunan, Woolsey, Boyte, D. Craig, VVo11e, 1Capt.D, Mertz, Fay, G. Craig, J. Rankin,
Adams, Marti, Kyie, tcoachi.
Sept. 25 Vventworth ttherei 0: Tar1fcio 14
Oct. 2 Simpson fthereb 31: Tarkio 6
Oct. 17 Centrat there, 14: Tar1cio 19
Oct. 23 Chitticothe there, 6: Taricio 0
Oct. 30 VVi11iam Jewe11 ttherei 7: Tartcio 0
Nov. 13 1V1issouri Va11ey ttheref 20: Tarlcio 21
Nov. 20 Hastings there, 10: Tarkio 0
Nov. 26 Peru thereli 6: Taricio 7
HE 1936 season under the teadership of the great Lynn Vvotfe was somewhat
disappointing to some, for the reason that the hoys did not win the conference,
the resu1t of a morat tetdown at Jewe11. Atthough the team did not win the con-
ference, they were rated hy the sports writers as the hest team in the conference.
The squad was unusua11y sma11, making it hard for Coach Ky1e to train his men in
practice. The 1ast of the season the team was handicapped hy the numerous
injuries suffered in the Missouri Vattey and Hastings games, especia11y hy the
henching ot Capt. Wotfe.
The hightights of the season were the two 1atera1 passes of Wotte to Boyte,
in the Va11ey game which sent Boyte dashing around end for two touchdowns
the 1ast quarter of that game which ended 21 to 20 in favor of the Qwtsg and the
Peru game which ended 7 to 6. '
The OW1 gridsters came out of the season with four victories, one tie, and
three defeats, on1y one of these defeats in the conference. We were second ptace
hotders in the M. C. A. U. conference.
We mourn the 1oss 01 Capt. Vvotfe, Boyte, D. Craig, Cohen, and Graham
from our gridiron next year. Even with this heavy 1oss of men, we wi11 have a
strong 1ine for next year, and a hright out1oo1c into the 1937 season.
Top Row: Graham, tackle, 168, 4 years: Porter, tackle. 205, 2 years, H.M. ,351 Adam, guard, 140.
3 years, H.M. '35. Middle Row: Sober, back, 165, l year, Everly, tackle and end, 2 years, all-conference
2nd team '35, H.M, '36, Armstrong, tackle, 230, 2 years, all-conference lst team '36. Bottom Row:
G. Craig, Iaaclc, 160, 2 years: Sctxoonover, back, 155, 1 year, all-conference lst team '36.
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HIS is Hstretchisn fourtn year with the Qwis and it provec- to oe a very
worthy one too. The success of the season was ciue to Omer,s ieadership.
Padget, the captain-eiect for next year, has proven his ahiiity many times.
Although only a sophomore he has dominated the floor on many occasions.
' This marks the finale for Wolfe on the ioasicetioaii floor as weii as on the
gridiron. Wolfe always could he depended upon to hold up his end of the score.
Cohen has given his all for Taricio many times anci he can always he depended
upon to he ready when he is needed. This is his last season in Taricio athletics.
Peters can always he depended upon to keep Tarkio up in the money in the
hail game. Pete has had two very nice seasons with Tarkio and we are expecting
two more only a little hetter.
The name Waits has ioeen heard hefore on our campus during the haskethaii
season and there is no douiot that it will he heard more in the future. Waits was
the only memher of the squad to receive all-conference recognition on the first team.
Lewis is another freshman on the squad who could he depended upon to
keep his end of the game Weil in hand. We wish him success for the coming years.
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OR a lew years the Tarliio College Tennis team met with little success, win-
ning only a small portion of their matches. However, it was encouraging to
note that their numher of victories increased with the passing of time. The finish
of the 1936 season has brought a new record of 36 individual wins out of 40 trys
with no team matches lost. ln performing this record, eight men were able to win
Mayville and St. Joseph Junior College were each defeated seven to one.
Two "clean sweepsn were administered to Peru. The climax of the season was
reached in the defeat of William Jewell four to two. Jewell captured hoth the
doubles and singles crown in the state meet. The Tarlcio hoys were not quite con-
ditioned for tournament play and were only alole to win Htin cupsn in the M. C.
A. U. Meet.
Letter Winners were: McCartney, Pierson, Bailey, Strom, Cunningham, Cline,
Woodruff, and Boettner.
W. A. A.
Anna Mary Piffer . . . . President
Rebecca McMullen . . Vice-President
Martha Davis ............. . . Secretary
Mary Lee Walker and Marian Farquahar . . . . Treasurers
Virginia Doughty ........... . . Publicity
Miss Ruth Mitchell .... . ..... Sponsor
VV. A. A. is composed of all women students of Tarliio College, who are
interested in athletics. Its purpose is to promote physical health, athletic achieve-
ment, and a fine spirit of sportsmanship among Tarlcio women.
Under the leadership of Anna Mary Piffer, the president of the organization,
and with thirty-five memloers to provide a keen interclass competition in the various
sports, VV. A. A. has progressed nicely this year.
The seasonal sports, namely, hoclcey, volley hall, loaslcetloall, and hasehall,
comprise the major sports in which memhers of the organization participate. The
minor sports consist of tennis, archery, hiking, swimming, and horseloaclc riding.
Various awards are given in the closing Chapel. These awards are given on
a basis of the points earned in various sports. Points are carried over from year to
year, hut one cannot win awards in advance to her classification in school. The
awards are: letter, "T" pin, sweater, and blanket.
VV. A. A. is a self-supporting organization. Funds are derived from dues and
the sale of candy. This money is spent for awards and other expenses of the
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'l'l1e Tarkiana, 1937
Nov. 13. Friday the 13th. Tarkio 21g
Valley 20. VVho's superstitious.
Nov.14. Tsk, tsic, Gaylord. You
should have known that cataieptic
doesn't mean a helper in chemistry.
Nov.15. Dr. Owens here. Not that
Egypt us. Very interesting church
Nov. 16. First Taricio College hroad-
cast over KMA.
Nov. 17. Bill Rankin,s pooch, Penny,
seems to Wag everything hehind its
ears: especially if Bill takes it for a
sally around the hiocic.
Nov.18. Which is hianicer, the cal-
endar or our head?
Nov. 19. H o p e VVi1metta,s n e W
glasses donst cause her to make a spec-
tacie of herself'-too many sometimes
do, wesve heard.
Nov. 20. Fine Forum Formal froiic.
Nov. 21. Godfrey,s HTearsH win hon-
orahie mention at Jewel Poetry con-
Nov. 22. Up hetimes and so to
church. This ioeing Sunday.
Nov. 23. Diplomacy: lying in state.
Nov. 24. Coffee in the evening 1-1 that
is, "The Coffee House." Miss Waugh
entertains the cast and the crew at
Nov. 25. The football team ceiehrates
Thanksgiving early with many a deli-
cate morsei at the Collins, dinner.
Nov. 26. Gur scouts report one or
two stalwart athletes ceieiorate after
Nov. 27. Oh well, the only reward of
virtue, after ali, isavirtue.
Nov. 28. After thought: Thursday
was Thanksgiving. Peru Boiocats went
home howling. V
Nov. 29. incidentally we expect a
higger if not hetter student hody after
vacation'-fin terms of circumference,
Nov. 30. Back at the old grind-no,
Dr. Martin, we're not in the milling
Dec. 1. Snow pads the campus with
inches of silence.
Dec. 2. Dr. VVaugh's speech recital
"Mr. Americaf, I'
Dec. 3. Excitement Buzzing. May
they iive mary iee ever after.
Dec. 4. I guess Buzz knew no engage-
ment could last unless it was iouiit on
a stone foundation.
Dec. 5. Conundrum: Vvho told Mid-
night Marquart to a Lowe for that
kitchen window heing open?
Dec. 6. Proloahiy the reason some
students don,t go to church is that they
don't sleep well in a strange place.
Dec. 7. Annual dancing class hegins,
even Boettner than ever.
iDec. 8. A pretty feehie pun, that,
mayioe wesii warm up hy spring.
Dec. 9. Freshman stooge theme song
"Shoe Shine Boyf'
Dec. 10. A 1 p h a P s i initiation.
Shakespeare mutilated hy aspiring
Dc-:c.11. Dr. Frederick Schoenemann
visits the campus. fA1so a less distin-
guished visitor in questionable state
frequents Marshall Hail at an early
Dec. 12. Faculty Christmas ioanquet.
Dec. 13. Christmas Vespers hy can-
Dec. 14. Efficiency Mary Qtte come
hack. We Herr Doktefs office hours
are from Pain in the morning to Groan
at night. fApo1ogies to Bill Schoon-
Dec. 15. Kappa and Lambda Christ-
mas parties. CIF this Kappa on 1 Lamhda
going to quiti. Ed,s. note: You won,t
have to quit I will fire you. The next
two lines are furnished hy the Ed. in
order to fill up space.
Dec. 16. Somebody tell Phid Cuff-
man that Borah does not mean a long-
winclecl chapel spealcer.
Dec. 17. Vvell, Alpha may Psi, but
we thought it was a grand dance.
Dec. 18. And so'-'home for two
weelts to the local Utopia and plum
Dec. 19. After four months of it, one
almost misses that strong corrosive
boiler compound in a coffee cup every
Dec. 20. Mysterious paclcages'-'tissue
Dec. 21. And dear Santa, please
bring lVlrs. lVlcBride a new clavenport
for the parlor. Thinli how tired these
Dec. 22. St. Niclc, incidentally, isn,t
the only fellow with an eye on
Dec.23. How many stoclcings cloes
a centipecle hang up?
Dec. 24. Believe it or not: Strom
lowers his voice to a roar to wish people
in the surrounding communities a lVlerry
Dec.25. Anna Mary Christmas and
a Happy New Yearl
Dec. 26. And indigestion.
Dec. 27. And term papers.
Dec. 28. And still term papers. Will
they never terminate?
Dec. 29. Full moon tonight-affects
both the tide and the untied.
Dec. 30. And it does seem that lVlrs.
Simpsons promise to marry Edward
will carry a lot of wait.
Dec.31. Well, as llla Heaton says,
it's not the men in your lille lout the lille
in your men that's important.
Jan. 1. Ring out the olcl, bring in the
newl Do they malce confetti out oi
The Tarlaiana, 1937
These Tarkio Merchants
Enjoy Your Patronage
Tumble Inn Cafe
Crane Auto Supply
Chaney Shoe Repairing
Goodall Barber Shop
Munn Insurance Agency
Politz Candy Kitchen
G. B. Simpson
Walkup Sz Combs
A. E. Andersen
Emil Saal Grocery
Henry Balle, Jr.
Kirkendoll's Food Market
Quality Meats and Groceries
Forrest McGinnis Garage
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Jan. 2. To all you wayward sons who
had a gin-eral good time, rememher that
dignity is not preserved in alcohol.
dan. 3. By which we dust off our
place in the old family pew at home.
Jan. 4. And so t-4 to college -.
Jan. 5. Woodruff arrives in town and
is welcomed with waffles.
Jan. 6. The strange case of the miss-
ing spoonsg or, where did you eat on the
night of January 6?
fan. 7. Today is like the calm
hetween the two halves of a hurricane.
fan.8. Those spoon thieves can cer-
tainly dish it out.
fan. 9. Mercury hits a new low. Cold
as a golddigger,s heart.
fan. 10. Boyle,s theme song: "Sitting
on a log Ann Patton my dogf,
fan.11. When a college hoy worlcs
like a horse, it,s usually because every-
hody rides him.
fan. 12. Artists Coursef Salvi the
fan. 13. Doughty's all hurned up.
After all, she's nohody,s fuel.
fan. 15. Miss Schmidt Hilda party
for all French students. Funl
fan. 16. An uninvited guest, loy the
way, is the hest thing going.
fan. 17. Sunday. Buch Benny rides
fan. 18. Exam weelc. This is only the
fan.19. Miss VVaugh,s r e c i t a l,
tan. 20. After that psych. test, we
thinlc we,re in the wrong course. May-
he's it ahnormal we need.
Jan. 21. Weary -1 loleary -1 fearee -1.
Jan. 22. Ult's all over now.H B. B.
game. We talce Jewell flVlust have loeen
in the cards.,
Jan. 23. Around the ever-hurning
Olympian Torch Forum holds annual
Wheeler Barber Shop
Hi-way No. 4
Parr Shoe Shop
Tarkio Electric Co.
"Cash is Kingv Grocery
Tarkio Oil Co.
Standard Oil Products
Peterson Feed Store
Parr Beauty Shop
C. G. Marti
Pluinbin g-H eatin g
Dr. J. M. Davis
Dr. O. L. Johns
Dr. C. H. Flynn, M.D.
Gerlash Sz Gerlash
Dr. Theodore Paul
Dr. O. E. Baird
Dr. M. E. Redford, D.O.
Dr. C. M. Waugh, M.D.
WALNUT -INN HOTEL
Coffee Shop and Beauty Shop
WithroW's Drug Store
Wishing to serve you
Soda Fountain I
School Supplies, Gifts, and Drugs,
Men's Dept. Women's Dept.
Wilson Bros. Hummingbird
Standard Oil Products
Tires and Batteries
The Tarlziana, 1937
Jan. 24. And so another day of rest
Jan. 25. Registration. Sledding party.
Didn't Leo know that he was a loigger
looy than Sammy Patterson?
Jan. 26. Still sledding parties. Dr.
Flynn says that the results of that
"Gone with the Wind'-' bob-sled ride
wiil loe a little scar fleti.
fan. 27. Dr. Homrighausen on the
fan. 28. Mother - Daughter Banquet
in the UP. Church. .
fan. 29. Grades out. VVe've nerves as
jumpy as pop corn.
fan. 30. It was a nice candy party.
VVe'll proloaloly he kitchen it from
Jan. 31. Remember, looys, no catchee
if whiskers scratchee. ladvd
Felo. 1. Even though February can-
not lVlarch We all know that April lVlay.
Felo. 2. Mr. Groundhog stayed in the
Felo. 3. The guests moved into the
dining room like a glacier of molasses.
H Alexander Vvoollcott.
Felo. 4. Basketball game. Owls defeat
Felo. 5. Heart throlos. So do the Syn-
Copators. Valentine party.
Felo. 6. Dorothy Parker,s own epi-
taph: pardon my dust.
Feh. 7. Sunday. Chicken dinner. Not
croquette, hut lialole to.
Felo. S. Uvvine and Women, mirth
and laughter: Sermons and soda-Water
the day afterf'
Fell. 9. Simile of the month: as care
ful as a nudist climhing a loarloed-Wire
Fely. 10. Love may loe a disease. bill
cheer upl Nowadays there's nothing
Chronic in ity
Feh. ll. No Wonder Camille took
cold r-1 getting heated up like that.
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Feln. 12. We think this is somelJody,s
Feh. 13. Hi, ho-'Freddie isn't the
only good cuss -ftodian around this
Felo. 14. Many Works of cupidity
were wrought today.
Felo.15. Today was as silent as a
Felix. 16. Deloaters leave for Denver.
Feh. 17. Cheer up Peggyl no use get-
ting in a stew over it. Hesll he hack,
Feln. 18. Student music recital.
Fel:J.19. Dust oll the headlines-
lvlarti answers a question in history.
l"le did lVlarti Well, too.
Felo. 20. Bolo Fay Writes from Denver
that he misses Soupy, lnut he has to
Campbell f-1 Flague his true feeling.
Fel:J.21. Sunday. Someday this will
he a day of rest.
Felo.22.l cannot tell a lie today.
fskip this linel.
Feln. 23. Qwls defeat Central and We
crash the movie.
Fein. 24. Baron Von Puddle and the
clehaters return. Also Driftmier.
Felo. 25. Dr. Proudfitt converses on
the lost art of conversation.
Felo. 26. Dusky Gloloe Trotters take
out the Gwls -'41-35.
Fell 27. Yesterday Was Founders'
Day. Today is the day after Founders,
FelJ.28. No, Elizaloeth, this is not
lvlar. 1. ln like a lamlo.
lVlar. 2. Bill McKinley goes to Kan-
sas City and limrings home his namesake
for Mary Qtte and Hilda Schmidt.
Mar. 3. lVlcKinley may loe Wire-
haired, hut We venture lVlary,s hair will
he gray Within a Week.
Mar. 4. McKinley chews up a French
looot. Non, non Mac. A
Every home can afford to
COOK and REFRIGERATE
With an electric range and refri-
gerator in your home, you are well
on your way to possessing an all-
electric kitchen. The all-electric
kitchen will be your greatest source
of pride and joy when you com-
plete it. Hundreds of women now
do practically all of their house-
Work electrically because it is
cheaper, quicker, cleaner and safer.
"Electricity is Cheap"
Missouri Service Company
Hurst's Womerfs Wear
A Tarleio Institution
THE FARMERS Sz
General Commercial Banking
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
Member Federal Deposit Guaranty
W. S. CLEMENT
A. J. MILLIER
H.G.F. Store '
Everything Good to Eat
TARKIO AUTO CO.
Tires and Tubes-
A Tarkio, Missouri
The Tarkiana, 1937
Mar. 5. S a d d l e t ll at niglmt-mare
l"larryl He must llave growingfp,
Mar. 6. N o te s fr o m Springfield:
Pretty Boy Padget was cllosen time most
laeautiful BB. player in tlle conference.
Mar. 7. Billie Diclc and Maggie may
live to a ripe old age, lnut we rememlzmer
when they were a pretty green pair.
Mar. 8. Dinner and tlue "Thin Nlann
for MacFarlands guinea-pigs.
Mar. 9. Boettner malces it to cliem.
class at 7:50 only to find Dr. Strong
Mar. 10. Spealcing of punctuality, We
like tl1is: punctual as a star.
Mar. 11. Kenneth Mitcliell says tllat
tlie reason many people see red is tlmat
tlmey can't see loeyond tlie end of their
Mar. 12. Tri-State Speecli and Music
festival. Tea dance.
Mar. 13. "Shure and it was a foine
toime We lmad at tlme frolic tllrown lay
tlie Soplmomore lrislmersf'
Mar. 14. Alter tlme laall is over. Ho,
Mar. 15. Brr-and We tllouglmt spring
Was l1erel Hope tllat Stretcll and Mar-
quart remember tlleir version ol: the
Alma Mater flrire on for old T.C.D
Mar. 16. Kappagatlleans set tlie all-
time record for clxapel programs-'We
are in stitclles.
Mar. 17. St. Patriclcis day. Wearing
of tlie green.
Mar. 18. And did you notice Ye Ed's
Niar. 19. Beginning of Spring Recess.
lViar. 24. Middle of Spring Recess.
Mar. 28. End ol: Spring Recess fOrig-
inality at this point at a low elolnl.
Mar. 29. "Green Liglitn'-fdon't miss
it. Ct's tlle name of a movie Jaclcsonl.
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Mar. 30. Peg KeIIy's Theme song:
"Love Shifted Me." But then, it's a
Mar. 31. Gut Iike a IionI
Apr.1. Well, there's a fooI horn
every minute and the hirth rate increas-
ing 1-1 compIiments of Mr. Patterson.
Apr. 2. Freshmen sponsor a right
Apr. 3. Much warhling of song-hird
Kinney when Dickey-hird comes for the
Apr.4. Hummel is the only man I
ever knew who can sIeep on his feet
Without touching anything.
Apr. 5. "The Iast of Mrs. Chaney."
First was good, too.
Apr. 6. Dr. Johnson received cane
from the seniors in chapel.
Apr. 7. Uh, there's something in the
air! I..oveIy day. 1
Apr. 8. If you feel your fancies turn-
ing, rememher: Love makes time pass:
time makes Iove pass.
Apr. 9. Volker is to sing the torch
song for next year.
Apr. 10. Tri-State Track and Tennis
meet. Gala Day.
Apr. 11. Rohert Kelly says, 'Tve got
my Fire-choir to Iceep me warm." fVVe
hang our head on that one.,
Apr.12. Miss Schmidt makes her
Apr. 13. "Theodore Goes Wild" or
was it Emperor Jones?
.Apr.14. She who Gets SIapped,-1
hut why? VVe,re hoIden out her name.
Apr.15. Tsk, tsk, Dr. Johnson,-fyou
and your 'stake-offsn on SaIIy Rand.
Apr. 16. Election of Student Council
officers. Lamhda hanquet.
Apr. 17. VVeI1, Poo Parker will he
disappointed that he wasn't here for his
Apr. 18. A jewels of a day ,-1 and who
CIoesn't feel Ii1ce setting?
For an Evening of
Always a good show
Often a great show
A Theatre of the Stars
"As Tarkio Prospers,
So do we"
WINSLOW MOTOR CO.
Sales and Service
J. M. DAVIS
EVANS DRUG CO.
Service with a sewing
A. L. COHEN
Groceries Dry Goods
Culberston Lumber Co.
Bell 17 Mutual 102
CURFMAN Sz SON
Atchison County's Best
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Apr. 19. Dr. George gets a hair cut
for the psychology hroadcast.
Apr. 20. Mrs. l..oy's puppets perform
for the puhlic.
Apr. 21. Theme song of a gigolo:
Sweet are the uses of diversity.
Apr. 22. The rain lceeps tapping with
a million nervous fingers.
Apr. 23. Track meet at Liberty.
Apr. 24. Kappa Banquet. We can
say in all sincerity that it was a pleasant
Apr. 25. Sunday. Still enough to
hear a spider spin.
Apr. 26. Things we never lcnew
loefore-how how-legged some of the
traclc hoys really are.
Apr. 27. l'laclcett,s affections are
Apr. 28. 'Shadows a c r o s s t h e
Apr. 29. Thompson Hall hoys gamlole
on the green.
Apr. 30. Which reminds us of the
crap shooters refraing "When did you
Nay. 1. K a t h r y n Kinney,s- voice
May 2. Mixed chorus hegins its tri-
Niay 3. Life, lilce an umlorella, is
always up or down.
Nay 4. Victor wanted six hut got
Nay 5. Sign on the door of room
213 Ulf we,re studying when you enter,
walce us up."
May 6. Someloody hetter he Lunan to
watch out for Barhs.
May 7. A swish of the Schooler talent
,-. piano recital.
May 8. T Cluh dinner. T for eighty.
May 9. Shaum on you. FFHHCCSI
Does this go on Everly night?
The Tarleiana, 1937
Niay 10. Bigamy'-two rites, make
Nay 11. Catherine Ruth Grimmett's
May 12. At this time of year, there's
many a kiss with a future in it.
Niay 13. We surprise ourselves f- get-
ting as sentimental as a valentine.
Nay 14. Parachute song: It don't
mean a thing if you don't pull the
1Vlay15. Even Adam would recog-
nize that joke.
May 16. Better laugh, thoughg he
who laughs last is usually the dumloest.
May 17. His face would stop a clock
lout he was still her hig moment. Not
lVlay18. Popular pastimef-fpic-neck-
May 19. Seniors conclude that an
AB. degree is ahout as hard to catch
as a Waiter,s eye.
May 20. Flirt and the World flirts
with youg marry and you sit at home.
lVlay21. If a cord of friendship is
hroken, even though rejoined a knot
May 22. Looking loack over the year
itys evident that several girls have talked
rings around their third finger of their
lViay 23. And Father Time's scissors
are relentlessly snipping.
Nay 24. Finals hegin.
VlViay 25. Finals continue.
Nay 26. tlitters loegin.
Nay 27. ilitters continue.
Nay 28. Senior hanquet and Prom.
Nay 29. Music Department Concert.
May 30. Baccalaureate.
May 31. Farewell chapel.
June 1. Alumni' hanquet. This has
heen a fragrant year foriimemory to
June 2. Commencement and Finis. Q
ESTABLISHED 1887 p
H U R S T ' S
A Tarleio Institution
Ojicial I ewel ers
T ARKIO COLLEGE
Merill. S. Postma, Manager
401 E. Meyer Blvd.
iKansas City, Mo.
NEW LEEPER HOTEL 1
Holliway Lumber Co.
Douglas Hardware Co.
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The Tarkiana, 1937
NEARLY A THIRD
OF A CENTURY
Write, Wire, or Phone
Your Inquiries Invited
HILLYARD SALES CO.
HILLYARD CHEMICAL CO.
' St. Joseph, Mo.
Crabtree Service Station
Lee, Betty, and Bob
- Lunch and Garage
and Dining Room
"The Ritz you'll find a handy spot, to
grab a bit, or eat a lot."
MR. and MRS. VERNON WOOD
Compliments o f
. Manufacturers of
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY
BROWN'S SHOE FIT -CO. Sf- JOSCPII, M0-'S
Style Shoes for Everyone
Best Eating Place
PENNANT CAFETERIA I
6195 Felix St.
THE BANK OF ATCHISON COUNTY
Resources . . . Three-Fourths Million Dollars
' Goes Strong in Good Years and Bad Years '
Cattle Loan Company Operates in Connection With Bank
Low Rates and Prompt Service
The Tarkiana, 1937
The Greeks had no Word for it
for it,s entirely new ,-f
REGULAR CASE CGVER
Combined with the Traditional
Hprinting of Distinctionv
1015 Central 0 qKansas City, Mo.
Phone HArrison 0760
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Iives on these
is seeking and is prepared to serve
young peopIe who . . .
'Are amhitious to achieve
'VaIue Iiving as WeII as earning
'Desire reaI preparation for Iife
.PIan for the enrichment of character
'Enjoy WhoIesome recreation
'Will seek mastery of their studies
To young men and Women who IooIc forward to the enrichment of their
principIes, Tarkio CoIIege is WeII equipped to render
IS A CHURCH COLLEGE
Under the controI of the United Presbyterian church.
Yet its poIicies indicate a Ioroad and toIerant spirit so
that students of aII faiths Iive in a congeniaI atmosphere.
ReIigion is not forced upon the student hut is accepted
as a vitaI part of coIIege Iife.
IS FULLY ACCREDITED
As' a memIoer of the North CentraI Association, and
TarIcio graduates are accepted in the Ioest graduate and
professionaI schooIs in the country.
Tarlcio CoIIege is happy to he judged Ioy the success of
her graduates. Tarkio-trained men and Women are in
demand in the educationaI, Iousiness and professior1aI
Tar-kio Invites You to Share These
For Information Write
President IVI. EARLE COLLINS
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