University of Central Missouri - Rhetor Yearbook (Warrensburg, MO)

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V , Q - C-.cz o Q, gunner slfuclenlfs GFWHTFQUSBUFS Sifalfe, ormal Scloool wlwo gave, made me supremb, sacri ICB, infgemrli War., Hjmis Jfge Qgejfor is rexeren cfleclicalfe, , ,, .Q - ,1 W7 4 '-5'5" K M fx wKf "W I I 3,:5kE-L J am- 1',-Q.-1'1f-Elf :Q-am-5,1-I. -I t ev' , ,.f-s,.eL- -"V:-:W JM n iq '- 2 gm., 5 ' 3 .22 'A i' 'Q ix " ,lv 'if :,' ':'3 1: -11: ' va fi E 13? . '-' Q .- ii 4' ' 'Q ' 'A 6252 il i 15: 21: 1? 433' """a. -H W 5' . FQ! 555 wmmmyw I G mm, we Q va? VIEW SECTION. BOADD WREGENTS. ALUMNI. FACULTY RHETOIQ STAFE PO ST GIQADUAI' E S. SENIORS. JUN IOIQS. VNDERCLASSMEN. ATHLETICS. ORGANIZATIONS. TRAINING SCHOOL' HIGH SCHOOL FEATURE S. f- X X I ,xxx N I X , QL :S S X X X-ff xv Administration Building Main .Entrance Before the Fire 7 Administration Building Warrensburg Will Shim' Tonight 3,4 gf Tu' 15 631, in 1 s .V We, . .L,b, -1.4 -4-W. . Doclefry Gymnasium A '. .N ll' 'J' '. ,wr fr. M x Jim-r Training School Science Building ' 'f my f ' 1 ' 'Y' 'f'-' 0' '1:,..asU2.lE.- N M . , - A -.4 . ,. Ifooking Toward the Presidenfs 'Office I . '13 I!! Va. I , R, . ing A AJW '- wr .i'3'f,A ... V 'x .-Hx, ' 1 LJ' 01710 I in chori has been made to make thc l1St com plctn It some namCS hue been Omltted LOITLLUOIIS X vnll bc undo Ill Succceclmg college 1JllbllC"ltlOI'1H A 4, 47' , HST M A V, A yr ' 1 5,1- X I I WN A TL! JV' Q.-7 X DAVID H ADAMS WILMER CHARLES ANDES CHARLES HENRY BOISSEAU KENNETH GAEL CARMACK SAMUEL LESLIE CATLIN ROBERT CLORE LYLE CONNOLEY JOHN DOWEY BUFORD GORDON GEORGE CLARK HARLAN RAY KARLS EARL MCCLELLAND EDGAR LEE MCNEEL JOHN PINGREE WALTER RECTOR CHARLES M SOOTER EARLE W. TAYLOR WALTER THIEMAN LOREN THOMPSON HAROLD E. WEBER 'rf Mi Q wt 'f Y . 5 4 I-K . 1- .4-A ' ' -1. A . . 1 5 ., F H Q F .R S V Y-A ul Q K5 A 5 1 '- . . 'HT' .- 'Q "G . 2 5' ,"9"" 0" " w A """ ' "Yr : " 1 i 4 . 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Flag of blue with golden space, There's a message in every fold, The yoke is heavy, but. we take your place, To free the world, and better the race, Your comrades, Blue and Gold. -Newkirle. wines fl Baath uf Regents HON. SAM A. BAKER, State Superintendent of Public Schools, Ex Ojficio Term Expires January, 1.921 F. O. DENNY ........... J. L. SPILLERS .......... Term Expires January, 1923 N. M. BRADLEY ........... E. F. YANCEV . . . . . Term Expires January, 1925 C. A. KEITH ........... DR. J. T. HULL . . OFFICERS CHARLES A. KEITH, President of Board of Regents Kansas City Otter-ville Warrensburg . Sedalia Lexington . Butler E. F. YANCEY, Vice-President of Board of Regents N. M. BRADLEY, Secretary of Board of Regents MARCUS YOUNGS, Treasurer of Board of Regents E. L. HENDRICKS, President of School Page 19 Qlumni HISTORY OF THE FIRST GRADUATING CLASS N THE fifth annual catalogue of the South Missouri State Normal School, located at Warrensburg, Johnson county, for the scholastic year 1875-76 we find enrolled the names of the first class that received diplomas from this institution. This class was composed of five girls and three boys, and graduated in june, 1875, at the expiration of a three-years administration of President james L. johonnot, an eminent educator and author. All followed the pedagogue's path for a time and with the exception of Mr. Ford Byersdorf, who died in the spring of 1911, all are faithfully serving God and humanity today in their own places. Three are now in Missouri and one is in Oklahoma. Another recently moved to San Francisco, while one has for years taught music in Tacoma. And last, but not least in worth, is one, to be found in the old city of Baltimore, Mary A. Worley, who has been an invalid for thirty-eight years. Her very presence is a benediction, and the memory of one day spent at her bedside remains with the writer of these lines, as that of a low sweet psalm sung on quiet waters at eventide. -Virginia Gilkeson Hedges. ROLL OF FIRST GRADUATING CLASS Mary E. Brown CMrs. Ed. Kirkj, San Francisco, Cal. Fred E. Byersdorf, Krakow, Mo. . Edwin M. Gilbert QPhysicianD, Warrensburg, Mo. Virginia A. Gilkeson CMrs. W. L. Hedgesj, Warrensburg, Mo. Frank H. Miller CBankerj, Appleton City, Mo. Ida May Pierce QMrs. Chas. Newelll, Oklahoma City, Okla. Jennie A. Welch CTeacher of Musicj, Tacoma, Washington. Mary A. Worley CArtistj Baltimore, Maryland. Frank Deerwester, educator, born in Illinois, moved to Missouri at an early ageg went to rural school: graduated Warrensburg State Normal School, 1889, taught in village schools of Adrian and Montrose, Missouri: county commissioner and teacher in small college, Butler, Missouri. Member Warrensburg Normal Faculty, 1892-19059 President Maryville State Normal, 1905-075 Professor of Education, State Normal at Bellingham, Wash., 19073 later made Vice-President and Dean of Summer Schoolg Ph. D., University of New York, 1913. En- gaged in work of psychological examiner in army with the rank of Captain. Department of Education, LaCrosse Normal School, Wisconsin. Page 20 Zllumni p joseph Marr Guinn, educator, born in johnson county, graduated War- rensburg State Normal School, taught in public schools of Missouri, graduated University of Missouri, Superintendent of Joplin Schools. Head of Depart- ment of Education Warrensburg State Normal 1903-1906, graduate scholar in Teachers' College, Columbia University, A. M., Columbia University, 1907. Head of Department of Education, Tulane University, 1907-1910. Superin- tendent of Public Schools, New Orleans. james M. Wood, educator, born in Wright county, Missouri, taught in rural schools of Wright county, Ph. B., Warrensburg State Normal, 1901, Principal of Public Schools, Green Ridge, Missouri, 1900-1904, Superintendent of Public Schools, Edina, Missouri, 1904-1906, A. B. and B. S. in Education, University of Missouri, 1907, Phi Delta Kappa, Superintendent Public Schools, Fredericktown, Missouri, 1907-1910, A. M., Columbia University, N. Y., 1911, Professor of Education, State Normal School, Springfield, Missouri, 1911-1912, President of Stephens College. john Edward Rouse, educator, born in Illinois, attended public schools in that state, Ph. B., Warrensburg State Normal, 1896, Ph. D. in Philosophy, Harvard University, 1902, Instructor in Philosophy and Education, Dart- mouth College, 1907, Instructor in Philosophy, james Millikin University, 1908-1910, Student in Philosophy and Education, Universities of Berlin and Leipzig, 1910-1911, and Jena, 1912, Head of School of Education, jamesMillikin University, 1913. Dean of Millikin University. George Grant MacCurdy, anthropologist, born at Warrensburg, Mo., graduated State Normal School, Warrensburg, Mo., 1887, Harvard University, A. B., 1893, A. M., 1894, University of Vienna, Paris and Berlin, 1894-1898, Ph. D., Yale, 1905, assistant professor of archeology and curator of the anthro- pological collections, Yale University, member of the Anthropological Sciences of Paris, Brussels and Berlin, National Geographic Society, Connecticut Acad- emy of Arts and Sciences, Archeological Institute of America, American Anthro- pological Association, American Ethnological Society, Sigma Xi, Navy League of the U. S., Fellow American Association for advancement of Science, corres- ponding member Institute of Coimbra CPortugalD, School of Anthropology CParisj, Anthropological Society of Washington, D. C., Missouri Historical Society, Member of Graduates and Country Club, New Haven, author of nu- merous papers on anthropological subjects and a volume entitled "A Study of Chiriquian Antiquities," Professor Yale University. Page 21 Q I 1'4'.s'fz1' IVKS, .X. H., .X. NI., l,l,. IH. N11 fgf' l"r11'1 I'u11 U. A. l,Hll.l.lI'S. A, XT. I'r'u-frxxnr' nl' lfllllfllfilfll and IJ:-un nf lfaruliy l'niw-rsily of l'Ili4'zu:u lmvx' AUHTIN Ihnl. A. KT.. Ph. ll. Axxurifllw l'rnff'xxnr of Ifnglixh V . I Um-lllml Uullupzv. lmxinpzlon Ilzu'x'zn'ml l lllVl'l'Slly 310. Un Ivuvv of :llmsom-v ln l,l'1llNNIj Uullvgv Univvrsily of Cl1ic':u.zo 7 Y ...W r . ,., i i N X1 - "3 S wig ' -D k" A -'di' 15 X "'i A' ' gf ls, HAR-I-,NV A- M. Hun' Axxl-Q Kl4:xNl4:ln'. A. I5 .tssfwirllr l'mr'1'x.wr fn' limflish -U-"'VW"Qh1"A"S'FN"" "V- . , , . I I' 'N Iirnwxl lnlvl-rsnly , , ' 'Mft X tirzuluaxtm- Work. l'nivvrsity Mill". N'2""'5ll N'h""'- f""l ol' f'lli4'Zli!0 limfl- 5- X4 Uurmrll l'niv1-rsity l'ugI4' ,JS Ki. E. 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MQCLURE LUCY RL"I'LEIJtilC l'rnff'ssor uf Hzslory Uflllfllllfl' 'I:1:r1r'AI1r'Ar ull' Ymlin A.. INT., Univvrsity of' Mis- xmlmlxl S0llI'l. T!'lll'I1I'I' nf l'ul1lir' Sclzf-nl .Xlusir Uinvinnznti Cnllm-gc of Music. ' x I I N 9 . J VVAl,'I'1GR E, MORRUW .IOSEPHINE DIXUN FURRlCN'l' C. ALLEN l,rufr.w.wr nf Ifrnrmnzivs Supr-rlisnr and Tr'f11'hr'ruf Vuin' l'rfrf1'xx1rr 1lfI,fIflNiK'llf Iiclluwlifm A, li., xV2l.l'l'0IlShlll'l.f State D. 0,, Conlrul Cullcgu nt' Normal Svhnolg M. A., Pva- Ustuopulhyq Studvnl l'l1iw'1'- hmiy C'olh'gm'. sity of Kansas. Puyr' :S EDl'l'll HALL YINCIL U. C'UL'I,'1'ER UESS A. DUYE .txxislurzl in llfum' Iff':nwlni1'x. l'rnf1'xxu1' of lfnylish .gl'!'7'1'1lIfjl In Ihr' 1,l'1'SfllI'I1f fil'il4lllllIl' lim'Iu'sl1'x' Atlw- A. ND, llvuwn l'nix'vr'sily: lhlllllll :xml XIl'l'llZlllif'S lnsli- zuldilionall work in l'nix'm-rsity Iulv, Ruclu-slvr, N, Y.: B. S. 0ff'Ilil'llLIU. mlluing lim-rl Cross Ill llonw l'Il'0llOlIli1'S, Kansas wm'k,J Nl :lin :XLIl'i1'lllllll'2lI i'ollvg.:v, XT . 1 -1 nhullnn, Kansas. Q, "'. -, E M! ' 'N 1 '- ,,i,.A,. g f . ffm NYLICNIC ll. l'RlCNYl'l"l' AVDREY 142. DAVIDSUN LUl'l!4IC l'l4I'l'l'IIiS fil'u1lm1I1'nf Illinnis NYOIHZIIIQS 4'1SS0f'flllI' I'rnfwsxnr of Training Svlmul Librariznz Cullvgv, .l:u'ksmlvillv, III. ,-tgrif-ulfgun I'rlyn' B. S., Kansas Slum Agri- vullurs' Coll:-gr, 39 S 2 Q 3RIJetur Svtaff I I 'b I MWA fx M 4fm1X , I :: N' ' 1: W' 5 'H' FRANK NICDONALD Warrensburg Mathematics Baconian, Phi Sigma Pi 90-hour Summer, 1919 President of Senior College "Oh, Colne on let's have some pep about this." MITTIE Herr Nevada English Campbell, Y. W. C. A. 120-hour Spring, 1919 Literary Editor Senior College "I can't be bothered." GLADYS Wvcxorr Warrensburg General Course 90-hour Student "She's a fiend for work." BEULAH SQUIRES Holden General Course 90-hour Student "I like art." NELLE E. Mooiua Adrian Education 120-hour Summer, 1919 "She can teach a class in any dc- partment in school." MYRTLE HEINBROOK Higginsville Art Art Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha Y. W. C. A. 120-hour Spring, 1919 Senior College Art Editor "Ohl Girlie." Paar' 32 HOWARD H. BELL Warrensburg Commercial 90-hour Summer, 1919 Baconian, Treasurer Senior College - "Red's affections among the co- cds are as scattered chaff before the wind." MURxEL KELLER La Monle Latin Y. W. C. A. 90-hour Summer, 1919 "Do not let her extensive vo- cabulary frighten you." GLADYS MCKINNEH' Warrensburg Physical Training Periclcan, Y. W. C. A. Assistant in Physical Training 90-hour Student "Favorite haunt: Library." RACHEL G. HUTCHINSON Kearney Art Campbell School Arts Club 90-hour Spring Term "I sure like to teach in the T. S." BEATRICE SCOTT Warrensburg Domestic Science 90-hour Spring, 1919 "Let's go to the matinee." CHARLES W. FREIBERGER Union Science Irving 120-hour Summer, 1919 "I got in almost too late to get my picture in the Rhetor." Page 33 MARGARET OBERA BERRY Warrensburg English Osborne 90-hour Summer, 1919 First place in Inter-Normal Ora- torical contest "She never says much." E. A. COLLINS Jamesport General Course Athenian 90-hour Summer, 1919 "Here comes a man." LAURA WOODRUFF Warrensbury English "I wonder why I am specializing in English when I spend all my time on math." LoU1sE M1cHAEL1s Ridgeway Commerce Periclean, Y. W. C. A. 90-hour Summer, 1919 Assistant in Commerce "She doesn't string the professors because she usually knows what she is talking about." RUSSELL ESTES Warrensburg Commerce Irving, Y. M. C. A. 90-hour Winter, 1919 "You know I just love to teach history." MARGUERITE HAMPTON Warrensburg Mathematics Campbell 90-hour Summer, 1919 "I never did like to work." Page 34 RUBY FARNSWORTH Holden Art Secretary School Arts Club "Oh, that makes me pop-eyed sore. EPHRIAM MARKEY Warrensburg Agriculture Irving, Science Club Y. M. C. A., 90-hour VVinter, 1919 Basket Ball, '17-18-'18-'19 "I don't make a habit of cussing, but I can do it when it is necessary." VVILLEY E. PALLETTE Oak Grove English Y. W. C. A. 90-hour Winter, 1919 "I'm the slave of an oft wander- ing mind." BESSIE LEE EVVEN Warrensburg Home Economics Y. W. C. A. 90-hour Spr ing, 1919 "We can live without love, We can live without books, But civilized man can't live with- out cooks." LEVI BRITT Warreusburg General Course Baconian A First Place in Declamation, 1914 "I don't sec the signifikiance of that." SALLIE HEBERLING Glasgow Commerce 90-hour Spring, 1919 "Favorite pastime: Pounding a typewriter." Page 35 sung But Grutning jfast T MIGHT be said that the Senior College class stands for quality instead of quantity. We are smaller in number than the sixty-hour Seniors or probably any other class in school. We have gone farther along the rocky road of knowledge and we are at last within reaching distance of our goal. We may look to our very short history as one explanation of the smallness of our class. We are just in our infancy as far as history is concerned. Many people even yet do not realize that the Warrensburg' Normal School gives four years of college work. They have thot of it as being a junior rather than a four- year college. In 1905 the Normal School became a member of the North Central Asso- ciation. This association has the highest standards for schools in the Middle West. A graduate of one of these schools is admitted to the graduate school of any of the large universities. The ranks of the Senior College class have been quite noticeably increased since 1905. In 1914 we did not have any Senior College students, but in 1915 we had twenty-five people working for the ninety-hour diploma and eight working for the B. S. degree. In 1916 we had fifty-three Senior College students and in 1917 sixty-seven, twenty of whom were working for the B. S. degree. It is very easy to see what the tendency is, for since the class organized it has been steadily growing. In the present year there are twenty-five in our class. Twenty-two are working for ninety-hour diplomas and three for the B. S. degree. This number will be increased in the summer term. We have nearly every department represented in our class and we have shown our abilities in various ways. Had the rest of us done nothing, we feel that Miss Berry has won re- nown for the class by winning the honors in the Inter-Normal School oratorical contest. She broke an even dozen victories for Springfield Normal School and we are indeed proud that this honor was made possible by one of the Senior College class. The future seems bright. For many years we have been stumbling around in the dark searching for the light.. Now that we have found "our star" we shall follow it faithfully as it leads us on to victory and to success. ' Page 36 -1il emoas MARGARET S. PRUNTY California General Course Osborne, President of Senior Class Alpha Sigma Alpha, Y. W. C. A. "She that was fair and never proud, Had tongue at will, and yet was never loud." JAMES M. MCCALLISTER Russellville Physics Athenian, Science Club Y. M. C. A. "He liked the army but it inter- fered with his education." ZANIE MEDLOCK California General Course "I hated to give up my class in the Training School." MARY A. FASTABEND Schell Cify Art Campbell, Treasurer School Arts Club, Science Club "Her friends are numbered as the stars." PAUIJNE JAQUA Warrensburg History Osborne, President Senior See- retary, Science Club, School Arts Club "From the crown of her head to the sole of her foot she's all mirth." ELIZABETH J. FIELD Naplon General Course Osborne, Y. W. C. A. "She's as quiet as can be." Page 38 I u ALTA E. FRAME Bevier Mathematics Perielean President, Y. NV. C. A. "She is so pleasant you c'ouldn't dislike her." BERNICE Emzurs Iflfarrensbwg General Course Campbell, Pres. Y. NV. C. A. "The lips of the wise disperse knowledge. " G1.Am's E. Goommx .Slater Latin Campbell, Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet "Her manner is easy, her voice is soft-qualities much admired in woman." El.vAnNm' BROWN Kingslnn General Course Campbell "The pupils in the Training School didn't push her around." NANNIE RAMSEY Odessa History Y. VV. C. A., Science Club "5he's a talker and needs no questioning." HELEN THOLEN Overland General Course "I never could studv in the library." 1 Page 39 CHRIS SCHWENSEN Cole Camp General Course Baconian "A full-blooded Irishman." MILDRED PAYNE Amorct Commerce Osborne, Senior Treasurer, Rhetor Treasurer, Alpha Sigma Al- pha "If I could just get those other people to pay up." DAISY GRAY Liberty Commerce Y. W. C. A. "Daisy says that 'punk' isn't slang at all." EARNEST A. SHINER Logan, Okla. General Course Irving "I got up kinda late this morning." PEARL ALT Norborne General Course Science Club "I ha,ven't been able to get the book I wanted for a week." ANNA MAY CARPENTER Sedalia Kindergarten Y. W. C. A., School Arts Club "Modest, and simple, and sweet, the type of Puritan maiden." F000 140 PINKEY YVISDOM Urbana General Course Campbell, Y. W. C. A. "I haven't been to breakfast on time this year." UNA HUDSON Warrensburg General Course "A fair exterior is a silent recom- mendationf' LILLIAN TAYLOR Otterwille General Course Periclean, Y. W. C. A. "I just can't keep from working." HELEN SMITH Warrensburg English Campbell, Y. W. C. A. "She doeth little kindnesses which most leave undone." JEWELL HENDRIX Calhoun Commercial Science Club, Y. W. C. A. "Do you know anything for the Student today?" OLIVE HANK Holden Latin Campbell, Y. W. C. A. "Here is little Olive Hank, Who's anything but lean and lank. At studying she's a crank, Without notes her mind is blank." Page 41 OMA GALLOWAY Elsberry General Course Osborne "One vast substantial smile." LETA DAwEs Warrensburg Commerce Science Club, Y. W. C. A. "Finds pleasure in everything, even to work." RosE BANNOFF Louisiana Physical Training Phi Omega Phi "I just hated to come to school this morning." GRACE E. HODGE California English Science Club, Y. W. C. A. "Possesses an unbelievable thirst for knowledge." EDNA DOLL Hermann General Course "There is nothing in a name." HUBERT E. ALLEN Otterville Industrial Arts Athenian, Y. M. C. A., Vice-Presi- dent Science Club "If he had spent all his time studying that he was in the library he would have gone to the peace conference." Page 1,2 WALTER G. CARTER Warrensburg Commerce Athenian, Assistant Literary Edi- tor of Rhetor. "President of the society for the prevention of profanity in the typewriting room." PET NIAY BoALs Garden Cily General Course Y. W. C. A. "Ambition: To make a lot of noise." MARIE NIOORE Odesxa Primary Osborne, Alpha Sigma Alpha "She was a phantom of delight." MAULUNE HlERoNvMoUs Sedalia General Course Y. W. C. A., School Arts Club Science Club "Bet you can't spell my name." ADA CAMPBELL Columbus General Course Osborne Treasurer, Alpha Sigma Alpha President, Literary Ed- itor of Rhetor. "VVould like to know as much as the profs think she does." NlEI.LIE I. KINYON Clinton Primary School Arts Club, Science Club, Y. XV. C. A. "VVell reported of for good work." Page 1,3 FERN NECESSARY Buckner General Course Osborne "She hath the golden sunset within her hair." RUTH MOHLER Leeion General Course Campbell "Shc's strong for work." W. ROY GROCE Wentz-ville History Irving Vice-President "Married and never regretted it." HAZEL STRAHAN Belton Home Economics Osborne, Alpha Sigma Alpha "Oh Gee, we don't have any Teachers' Meeting today." Bassuz P. ELBERT Warrensburg Primary School Arts Club "The children were mighty good today." FLORENTINE LEWEKE Napoleon General Course Periclean, Science Club, Y. W. C. A. "Business first always." P4100 -M RosA LEAK ST. CLAIR Oak Grove Music Campbell, Chorus, Y. W. C. A. "Most divinely fair." R. F. WOOD Trenlon History Athenian President, Second Place in Oratory. "His tongue once started, All the girls can do ls to calmly wait 'Till he gets thru." GLENNA BURKE Warrensburg Modern Languages "Hobby: Being friends with everybody." CLARA QUICK Quick City Mathematics Osborne, Science Club "Her name is a misnomer." Nom E. AUSTIN Centerzview General Course "There is a language in her eyes." lftoiuzuce SCHWALM Eldorado Springs Primary Campbell "A girl who radiates eheerfullness. " Page 1,5 EDWARD H. MCCUNE Adrian History Irving, Science Club "He's always busy at something." EVA LEwERs Kansas City Science Secretary Campbells, Secretary of Science Club, President of Y. W. C. A. "Has just Finished a book en- titled 'Woman and the Farm.' " JEAN CRAIG Bosworth General Course "A heroine. Taught two classes in the Training School the same quarter." RUBY M. DRUMMOND Warrensburg General Course Campbell "l'll be glad when I get thru school." MIRIAM GRACE HELMS Warrensburg Primary Osborne, School Arts Club "I live in the crowd of jollity." REBECCA E. MUMMA Holden Music Girls' Chorus "Nobody ever knew how to pro- nounce her name." Page 146 JOSEPHINE DEHART Warrensburg Physical Education Campbell "People take me for Dottie half of the time." GENEVIEVE CORNWELL Warrensburg Primary School Arts Club, Science Club, Osborne "I secon' the motion." CLARA GREAVES Edgerton Home Economics Y. W. C. A. "Wise to resolve and patient to perform." MARJORIE VAUGHN Warrensburg General Course Periclean "God bless the good-natured, for they bless everyone else." DOROTHY HEUERMAN Warrensburg General Course Osborne "Nothing is beyond her measure," RODNEY HERNDON Warrensburg Industrial Arts Irving, School Arts Club "Don't wait for Rodney to say 'fi-fi-fi-fire' if you are in a burning house." Page 47 ALPHEUS O. FISHER Uriah Physics Athenian, Science Club, Y. M. C. A. "Life is a drag, school is a drag, and so are his feet." DOTTIE F. DEHART Warrensburg Physical Education Campbell "This is the one you thought was Josephine." SOPHIA STOCKTON Odessa General Course Osborne, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Science Club, Y. W. C. A. "Enough good qualities for two." RUTH ENGEL Warrensburg Art Osborne, Alpha Sigma Alpha "Her lips are like the red, red rose, Of which the poets tell. Her eyes are deep and dark and brown, She suits me very well." llixtract from a memoir by H. VVJ RUTH SWIFT Lamonle Primary Y. W. C. A. "Thy work shall be rewarded." FERN REAVIS Lamonte English Y. W. C. A. ' "When it comes to talking last she sounds like a machine gun." Page 48 FRANK HULL CSnipeD Warrensburg General Course Baconian "Nothing ever worried 'Snipef not even his lessons." JESSIE PAGE Slaier General Course "We can never have toO much of n good thing." CORA BELLE SCOTT Bucklin General Course Science Club "The wise shall inherit glory." lYlARGARET A. DAvxs Dover General Course Osborne "The librarians just wOn't let her study." DRUMMOND RUCKER Warrensburg General Course Baeonian "A buzz, a whir, a Cloud of dust, A wild blood curdling yellg A ghastly object flashes by, Then silence and a smell." ELIZABETH LAWSON Breckenridge General Course "Gracious and smiling at all times." Page 49 MARIAN SHEPHERD Warrensburg General Course "I could almost live on a tennis court." CHESTER SKAGGS Warrensburg Industrial Arts Irving "Nature hath made strange fel- lows in her day." F. M. FAVORITE Warrensburg Industrial Arts Baconian, Y. M. C. A. "There is no end to his wit." RUTH LUCILLE HOWARD Warrensburg English Campbell President, Basket Ball, Debate Team, Y. W. C. A. "Says she is going into the furni- ture business when she hn- ishes school. . MARY S. RUSSELL Warrensburg French Osborne, Sigma Sigma Sigma "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." JOHN HAYMAKER Warrensburg General Course "John always has contended that there is money in raising skunks." Page 50 LEONARD SKAGGS Warrensburg Industrial Arts Irving "Wants to be a supervisor in the Training School." MABEL Cox Jamesporl History Periclean "Happy am I, from care I am free, Why aren't they all contended like me?" JANET E. LAMMERT California Education "Time she was finishing. She has been here long enough." HARLAND MAYES Warrensburg Science Baconian President, Treasurer of juniors in 1918, Football 1917, School Arts Club, Ad- vertising Manager of Rhetor, Science Club "An exceedingly polished and ' brilliant gentleman, but a wee bit bashfulf' A. B. COTT Gilliam General Course Irving, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Busi- ness Manager of Rhetor "He and Ruth aren't as thick as I they used to be." HILDA HENDRICKS Michiganlown, Ind. General Course Osborne President, Y. W. C. A., Sigma Sigma Sigma "I came a long ways from home to go to school." Page 51 JOHN SIMPSON Bosworlh General Course At henian "His face freckled, His hair 'most red, If he'd look in the glass He'd wish he was dead." MEDORA BONDURANT Warrensburg General Course Campbell, Y. VV. C. A. Vice- President, Editor-in-chief Rhe- tor "The time is out of joint, O cursed spite, That ever I was born to set it right." Mus. RAY WARNICK Warrensburg General Course Osborne, Alpha Sigma Alpha "Silently, patiently waiting for Ray, And writing epithets to while the time away." MARY ZEHR Holden Home Economics Campbell, Y. VV. C. A. "Eph's girl." Lovmsfx B. REA Lathrop General Course Y. W. C. A. "Queer name." FRED SHARP Warrensburg General Course Baconian "He always wondered what the card catalog in the library was for." Page 52 MAYME MILLER Marion General Course Campbell, Y. VV. C. A., Science Club "I hope Iafinish this year." NANNIE EAGAN Salisbury General-C ou rse Y. W. C. A. "Was graduated by correspond- ence." MARY THURMAN Henriena General Course "The world is a comedy to those who think." MRS. E. A. COLLINS Cenlerview General Course "I'll be glad when my husband enters school." AGNES BRADSHAW Marvin General Course Periclean, Y. NV. C. A. "Bill's sister." F. L. BOYD Warrensburg General Course "I believe I'd rather be in school than in the navy." ZOLA BRADLEY Lamonte General Course "She's married but she requested that we not put the Mrs. on her name." Page 53 1' ' W . g ' . ii! Q 8' , L I xx , X ,f'- li T ,, 057 235 f ' I ss' .5 f 'J 5 lg THQR Bllolljfz-Q lltl MFE. Most Seniors came with much less luggage than the cut would lead one to believe. The important thing, however, is that they came, one hundred and four of them. No war jobs for them in spite of statistics and human interest stories, and N. li. A. reports about the teaching profession being the lowest paid in the world, not barring the ministry. Small wonder they have corrugated brows and nearsighted eyes. Qc?-. f5uR.mRx'3 -' ' i 'S M, Il!! 'WW -'X N- s f ff ,ZZUIIIIW ,. T ff Naturally these Seniors want to make good records. Good records mean good jobs, at least they say so in Chapel. They hunt up the Profs who gave them A's in 1916. And how they all want A's in teaching over in the Training School! VVhether it is QB Geometry or la Reading, the harassed student teacher could write volumes on lesson plans and teachers' conferences and teachers' meetings, and then not say half that is in her mind. l'ufl1' .55 Q fe ra mimi MQW , J-- M fe: sl Etwwjti rizzrg,Qgf,E,ljf W. I-','l.:i'.s1l- p-R X4 ,?r , Z if If I P fi 1, 1 H , .. 1 .. ,I I f Z 5 1 A , 1 ff' -2--. . . This mad job hunt, and incidentally the process of getting an education does not take up all the Senior's time. Usually they publish a Rhetor, This year, as always, Dean Phillips counselled the class "to look into the Rheto, situation." They looked wisely, but we fear too well. They voted to raise a thousand dollars to build Ha monument whose form has not been decided upon" to the soldiers and sailors who have gone out from W. S. N. Beaucoup committees were appointed: much talking was done: a benefit was given at the picture showy many five-dollar pledges were collected from hard-run Seniors. Indeed it looked as if the monument would be. lllil' v : 'Hi ww - sn, Q' W, 'fd " W " Jl5P ' '.:,:.Zl:gg:-:E Tiff fg?j'Ef?5EESf5QQQZ :r:g7f'f:7::rg'-':::' i "T'i--"fig, L:.:11:1-..11.:::11f1'2'- fi, if-::-3-3131--gg-.,gggggggg-:Jimi V ,-Y, 'KX fl rs 'IQEQ p37 iwmin nuolu:.iZi.fJQ: N li l L"'T i-?'-2 l ,-,1 mu, -1,, -.55 .E.E,A1i,5Ie 'IWWJAQMS .' iikffc-'T ,T X 'izgffqfr - . ' ll' ' 1 I 'f'ff-'f'5f5fiiz1g,, W f 33 i 'I .st ..i, , Ww7'f' 1 "::r:,E5::'g:fZ1EEL1LQQ.:5::LSE-fi?-':' owl! 'Z f Y ' , , if 3' ' X- ! ' , is c t Z -1:41, -'W But times do change. It was rumored that the administration wanted the class to publish a Rhetor, and that the "Regents" or someone would take care of the monument "whose form has not been decided upon." This rumor suddenly became reality at Senior class meeting, and almost in the same breath printers and engravers were the main topic of conversation. They elected a Rhetor Staff, and Mr. Morrow got busywand of course you know all about it now. For having a docile and tractable disposition, the class of 1919 beats all records. I 'am' 5 5 umlvr this vut. Tltcy will wt-:tr C: - .Xml now thc limtl pull lor jolts. QA? ll ts ttvvttt' ".-Xrv You Qoutq to ttntvlt? nut "lYltc-rv?" wltivh is quita' :ts it shoulcl hc. lfvctw' Scuior fills out ttuutlwrs of :tpplitwttioit ltlzutks :tml womlcrs wltztt kiml ol rt-Ctntttttcmlzttiotts ltv will gt-I l'ltt'x' :tll tttukc- :lt-sp:-t':ttc :tttcutpts to itttprt-ss tht- rc'c'ottttttt'itrl:ttiou voitttttittt-t witlt tltcir prol'ussiott:tl :thilitia-s :tml strong pt-rsott:tlitics. tlX'lt'. lXlt'l'lttrc-, Mr i'rissttt:tu :tml lk-:tu Phillips :trc saticl to hc proof :tguiust :tll this stttfll. How t-vt-r. if you know of :utything tlt:tt has ttcvct' ltvcit tru-cl. :tml lhztt is gtt:tt':ttttt-ml to h:tx't- tht' clcstrctl vllccl, pztss it ou to tht- kltutiors. 'llltvy will pzty you witlt Qmtittttlc :tt lc:tst. This is mtt :t propltcvy, hut it tztkcs no propht-t to wrilt- sotttctltiug to h:tm4 tp :tml gowns, tht-5' will get tht-it' 'lsixty hours," :tml tltcy will sign goorl, f:tt Cotttr:tt'ts, lotlt :lc suitv, for tltis is 'llht-ir llusimlss itt l.il'c. l'u11t' , Sveninr Bictinnarp A Cnj Something to be hoped for but seldom seen. Answer Qnj Usually, an incorrect statement. Auditorium Cnj The much talked-of successor to the Big Gym. Boast CVD Pastime of some students. Brains Cnl A tool not used often enough to be kept free from rust. Camouflage Cnj The owl-like expression of one who sits in the front row and attempts to make a good impression on the teacher. Conscience fnj A still small voice that is not at home on test days. Defeat Cnj What we gave to Pittsburg. Distress Cnj The state of mind in which the student hnds himself when called up on the carpet. Elation fnl The feeling of one who has successfully run a bluff. Examination Cul A process through which all must "pass." F Qnj The after-effects of scores of larks. Flag Qnj That which the Osbornes put up on the smokestack. Greatness fnl A thing each one hopes to attain. Gypsy Cnj A wandering tribe seen about the Normal just before the close of the spring quarter. Holiday Cnl That day for which we howled. Hour Cnj Sixty minutes of awful suspense when even the assignment has been forgotten. Ink Cnj That substance which dots the class room floors. I Cnl Next to F, the most despised letter in the lot. Junior fnj Those who follow in our footsteps. Job Cnj Putting out the Rhetor. Knocking Cnj The sole occupation of some people. Knowledge fnj Something of which some people have an abundance but give evidence of the fact only on special occasions. Laziness Cn? A serious disease, the effects of which are recorded in the office. Library Cnj A place for gossip. Men Cnj A scarcity in the Senior class. Money Cnj That which the student has not. Nerve Cnl A great asset when teaching in the T. S. News Cnl Absolutely necessary for a grade in journalism. Ornaments Cnj Plenty of them in the Senior class. Onward Cadvj The direction in which the Seniors move. Paper Cnj A long meaningless article demanded by the instructor at the close of the term. Page 57 SENIOR DICTIONARY-Continued. Pet tnj A species of biped almost extinct. Quietude Cnj A condition which prevails in the reading room when the librarian makes her rounds. Queer tnj Everybody's that but a Senior. Reward Cnb Something occasionally given for hard work. Relief Cnj Ask one who, after hours of agony, sees his name posted for graduation. Salary tnj A small amount of money received for much service rendered. Self-pity Cnl The only kind of pity we know anything about. Training Cnj Punishment of the would-be teacher. Term fnj Through the efforts of the S. A. T. C. it came to be a period of sixteen weeks. Useless tab A Freshman, as viewed by a Senior. llnlearned tal That's how we appear to the Faculty. Valentine Cnj A missive sent out in the middle of the term. See F and I. Vacation Cnj There is none at VV. S. N. Wednesday tnj A time when everybody has an opportunity to sing "Old Black joe." VVorry tnl No such word in our vocabulary. X-ray tbj Can't be applied to the Senior brain. Xylophone tml An instrument that might possibly be found in the music department. Yell tvj VVhat we did at the Great Lakes games. Yawn tnj Very much in evidence during the week we had four basket ball games. Zeal tnj A minus quantity toward the end of the term. Zip tadvj Manner in which we work. .Smeg sf. fx-f Q 90 . U ' Z". . Sl' .. - Page 5 3 lllilb 7 T I fy! X f X W fi? Q Qgllllllln, Rf ,Q4 Jer, Hr ? X . .1 k A K , 6! L !. -'--'KL .fir -'54 H -,ll Xu xx V ef il 2,4 rI"l X x M?f1f'5'ev' ui WU 'f All' A ' 35" I l ' S. , f XV' A V 5 K ' I 1-fl' ' A"' D xx, - PJ X., . CC. GTF'- Top row-M. BLANCHE GRAY, MARGUERITE LAWSON, H. L. COBB, Pres., RELNA CHANDLER, RUTH SCOTT Second 7010-TNEVA SHAFFER, W. E. PAYNE, MRS. J. M. LONG, MABEL LOBBAN Third row-FLOSSIE L. ARNOLD, BERTELLE BROWNLEE, EVERETT GILTNER, ANNA TEATER, ENNA PIGG Fourth ro-wiLELA P. PRUSSING, ALLEN GRUEBBEL, FLORA DUFFENDACK, ALLIE MCCARY Bottom row-MARIE CAMPBELL, MILDRED WILSON, MELVILLB HANNA, RUTH BONDURANT, MARY CHAMBERS Page 60 4 Top row-VIOLA FITTERLING, EDITH GUNTHER, CORINNE FAHNESTOCK, LEONARD RICE, DENA LEMLEY Second row-OLIVE MILLER, CLARA CAIN, MARY HENDRICRS, LYDIA DII.I,ow Third f0w'MAUDE TEATER, GEORGIA STEGNER, ERNESTINE LONG, LENA BILLS, RUTH BARTON Fourth T020-VVILMA SPURGEON, HAzEL STEWART, GERTRUDE HALLFORD, MAYME HEFLIN Bottom T020-CATHLEEN HAYHURST, CARL CHAPMAN, RUTH SNOW, EDITH HOWARD, GERTRUDE STOUT. Page 61 Top 7010-KATHRYN GEORGE, BLANCHE NOLAND, HENRY KROHN, MARY E. CROOK, EDITI-I SHAFER Second 70w1MARY WILSON, JUANITA AUSTIN, LEOLA SIBERT, MAURINE LEMLEY Third TOWTWINNIE TERREL, RUTH WYLIE, ELSIE GRAINGER, MARIE BANHOLZER, MARGARET WHITSETT Fourth T020-MARJORIE FITZGERALD, WENONAH BRYAN, MABEL FOSTER, TIIELMA TAPI' Bottom row-ELIZABETH HENDERSON, CATHERINE CRISSMAN, GUSS C. SALLEY, EVA CARLYLE, PEARL THOMPSON Page 62 Top 70w-MAE DAVIS, KATHERINE ST. CLAIR, ELIZABETH SMITH, HAZEL LINDSEY, GUY SPILLERS Second row-ALvcE CARTER, ESTHER FITCH, LULA WHEELER, MARY SHAFFER Third row-KATHRYNE MUSSER, HELEN VANATTI, LENA MOORE, GRACE SCHNEITTER, HEI.EN WILLIAMS Fourth row-MARY FOSTER, IRENE SLACK, MAMIE MCDONA.LD, ELIZABETH KELLY Bottom T010-DAN ELBERT, CHARLOTTE ALEXANDER, RUTH FARNswoRTH, EULA RENSHAW, FERN ST. CLAIR Page 63 Top 70w-WILMA WILSON, GRACE SI-IORE, LUCXLLE BEAR, EDGAR MAI.LICOAT, LILLIAN BELL Second 70'1U-NAOMI SCHILE, ONEITA RICE, MARY RICE, VIRGINIA EVANS Third row-KATHERINE GRAHAM, ALLEATHA REA, DOROTHY BERRY, MURIEL TURNER, MATTIE ENGEL Fourth row-CHESTER ROBERTSON, MILDRED MYERS, VIOLET KEX'ES, REON ROBERTSON Bottom 70w-KATHRYN RUDDY, BLANCIIE POTTER, LENA PENIJLETON, ELIZABETH DODSON, VIVIAN CHEATHAM Paar' 614 I, Pngr' Top row-DEE STIRMLINGER, LEONA VANBOOVEN, HARRY MCMILLAN, ABENAID FULTON, LURA ABRAMS Second row-LOUISE PRUSSING, EDWARD HOFFMAN, ERNEST PHILLIPS, POLLY THOMASON Third row-MARY BREMERMAN, CAMPBELL Sci-IOFTELD, CALLIE RoBB1Ns Fourih VUZULJAUNITA ECKELBERRY, LESTER HUFFMAN Botiom f0'lUlxVAI.LACE COFFMAN 65 Qppsies re in ZII5utnn!! .-Yl'lC every spring, when the lazy south wind and the warm tantalizing sunshine fasts a half wierd, hall' magic spell over the earth, the gypsies hold their annual eelehration in xN21l'l'CI1SlJlll'g. No one knows exaetly when or how they Come, hut some line morning he awakens to find that they have tramped in from somewhere. There are gypsies everywhere! VVith their happy, dark faves and alluring bright costumes they fairly take possession of the State Normal Sehool. They wreek hayoe on Class rooms and lihrary, for to gypsies "hook knowledge" is utterly worth- less and disagreeable. These hold, Carefree Creatures even raid the peaceful town of VVarrenslmurg, hut when darkness eoines they disappear as mysteriously as they eame. XYhere eould so many gypsies have come from? Are they really gypsies? It is the sole privilege of any juniorof the Normal School to answer such questions. Ask him, he will he happy to tell you. Page 66 Page 67 UF IJ 2 G P IJ S P CReminiscent of the Junior Gypsy Trampj HE dusty road-d'ye see it? Ayeg and its dust you Hee- But the dusty way, it callethg I go, and shall be free. The call of the wild comes to me In the snap of the flying breezeg It tugs at my very heart strings, It shouts through the greening trees. Freedom, and God's great shelter, The blue of heaven's dome, The green grass for my pillow, The forest shade my home. With the free wild things around me From the world's mad rush afar, I can taste mine ancient'freedom Where no man-made fetters are. Romany, Romany, careless and free, Far from the paths of the world you flee Romany, Romany, like unto thee Nature and God do beckon me. 5 I Prim' HX unnfa-mflasmm - f: "a , JM' M I 3 Il ' I . qi!!! I 1 n "v gl ma If HI W Svupbumure lass 2 gym-:gn CLASS OFFICERS LULA IFISIIRAQR, President jos EPHINE IIIHTIJHINSON, Sec.-7'rw1x. CLASS ROLL MARX' ARIQR MARY BALLIIRII fJLA BARNETT fLAY ANDERSON DOROTHY CARLYLIQ RUTII ELLIOTT LULA FISIIBACK DAN FISHER JOSEPIIINIQ HIITCIIINSON ERMA KNIQIQIIIIIQR XNILMA KNlElEIJI,I'IR THAIJ MILLIQR UMAR MIQYIQR LELA MAE RAINS AUDRIQY RENFROXV EDITH RENFROYV MYRTLE TALIAFIQRRO VVILLIAM HELAIKAINII' P000 T0 p Y I I I I I I I Page Tl freshman Glass OFFICERS LJRLIE WOLEEN IIA RGER . ,IULIET HIIKIHES LELAND HUGHIES PROF. MARTIN MISS SELF . CQLADYS BONIJURANT FRANCES C ALLOWAY LAXVRENCE WILLIAMS JEXVELL MCCLARNON LIELIA WEST LELAND HUGHES EDITH V.-XNDERLIN C ORDIA HALE XNILLIENE SCOTT ROLL President . Secretary Treasurer Patron Patroness CRYSTAL CLAIBORNE LAURA WIIILIAMS JACK GILKESON GARNER NOLAND SUE COOK JULIET HUGHES ALBERTA SNOW MARY PARSONS RALPH SIX GRLIE XNOLFENBARGER Brzpataturp lass LOGAN SHILB OFFICERS VVILLIAM GfXRRl'I'l' . MARX' X. FEROUSON . MARY NICC1.ELl.AND EUGENE BELL 1'llERMAN HIENDI MARVIN REED LEORA WELLER LORA NOBLE EIJNA SCHILB LULA ROSE ERSON MEMBERS HLIISIERT HAILE LOGAN SCHILB PAULINE KEPIIAR1' THELMA GARRET MARX' MCCLELLAND OLETA MUENCH MARTHA RIDDLE President QVZAC6'-PI'FS1.d671f Secretary Treaszzrcfr MTXRX' X. FERGUSON ROBERT NIAXXYELL f1II.RER'I' CQOODNIGHT RITA LEFEVRE ANNA BELLE MARSHALL WALTER NIAXXVELL FLETCHER PARKER VVILLIAM GARRETT Y GONDE PAULEY Pagr 7 Zltbletics HE war clarions of 1918 resounded throughout our land in time to put college football out of commission for the fall of '18. S. A. T. Cfs were installed in every college in the country where possible. And the business of the war made competitive college football quite incompatible with Uncle SL1m's monstrous war plans. Every fit youth of the nation was called to the colors. just where his colors might lead him was problematicalg but, at any rate, our minds and hearts were centered on those great gridirons of Europe where our men went to Hght and to die "to make the world safe for democracy." And so our old college gridirons were now only of secondary interest and games were maintained in most cases simply as a prescription of exercise for the minds and bodies of our boys so hurriedly moulded into soldiers. And wherever competitive sched- ules were attempted, it was almost without exception, with great difhculty and at a great financial loss as Mr. "Flu" walked hand in hand with other troubles and added greatly to the athletic directors dilemma. But toward the close of football season Peace spread her wings once more, and almost immediately our minds turned again to things at home. And with the mustering out of the S. A. T. C., things took on an "ante-bellum" semblance and simultaneously with other "shelved" things our interest in competitive sports came back. Now we were no longer following our game of war-and watching, with heart and souls, the moves on the Checker board of Europe. That was over, so college spirit returned and we looked forward to other victories-the more tame ones-now on the floor of the big "gym" in winter. So we were glad to see basket ball return in season and we welcomed it with splendid crowds, lusty cheers, shrill shouts and a splendid schedule. Some one has said, "It was one of the most successful seasons financially and otherwise that has ever come to old W. S. N." A schedule of twenty games was played, with a total of fourteen games won and six lost. Among the stellar attractions were such aggregations as Great Lakes Naval Training Station School, the "Schmelzers" of Kansas City, Baker University, the ever-victorious 1919 champions of Kansas, and NVashington University of St. Louis. Page 7.2 Qthletics-Qllnntinueh Strangely enough for us, the boys who were to execute and complete this schedule under the direction of Coach Allen were almost all home boys-our own products. In fact, every man on the 'lregulars" was a Warrensburg boy. This was something that has not happened during Dr. Allen's seven years at Warrensburg and we doubt if it happens soon again. In the beginning of the season, Burwell Moles, an old N man and a home product, was elected to lead the team as captain-thus filling the place which Johnnie VVest had so ably hlled during the two previous years. johnnie was back again to take his place for the season at guard and also to impart his experiences and lessons of good sportsmanship to the new men. This he did surely and conscientiously, and the boys who came over from the Training School to enter the Normal and inci- dentally to try to make the Normal team found in him a great inspiration. Among the Training School's contri- bution to this year's team were such lights in the basket ball world as "Shorty" Giltner, that Spartan who never 1 lei . failed. Some players must slump and have off nights, but "Shorty" was always in the game, bringing the crowd ,5 "" to its feet many times during the season. Someone has 'M said of him, "he was the equal of any man he met during the season and the superior of most of them." This is, indeed, a compliment when we consider especially the personnel of the Great Lakes Naval Team and the Schmelzers of Kansas City. Along with "Shorty" from the T. S. came Floyd Dorland and "Punk" Bryan, both home products and real stars in the game they were to represent. One critic has said that the trouble with the team this year was quite unique in that there was material enough for two lirst-class teams and only live men were eligible to play at the same time. This was possibly the reason that Floyd and "Punk" did not feature in every game. But they are young yet, and if desire and oppor- tunity bring them back again to their old associations, they will indeed bring the spirit of old Normal to time and again. "Punk" was always a pleasing feature. His method of guarding-that is, leaving his feet and using his arms and legs in frog-like fashion, always brought forth bursts of laughter from the audi- ence. But "Punk," always outweighed and outclassed physically, never knew that he was funny and his guarding seldom failed. He always knew what he was after and got it and forgot that the crowd was there. Page 75 Qtijletics-Qinntinuzh. Still another home boy in the person of Mellville Hanna issued forth this year to win his spurs on the first string, at guard. This he did capably and surely. What he lacked in experience and seasoning he made up in head- work and grit. And another home product-one who grew very straight and tall, I believe six feet and two inches in his stocking feet-came back to fill his place of the year before at center. This was Ephriam Markey. Evidently his neurones had had time to set, and he had learned many things about basket ball during the summer, as he came back to his old position this year and won more than local fame. It is said that he outplayed the Great Lakes center and ran neck and neck in ability and execution with the famed De Bernardi of the Sehmelzers, who was touted to be the most wonderful basket ball player at center in the entire middle west. Up to the time that we met the Schmelzers in K. C. 'AEph" had as many goals to his credit as did De Bernardi, but on this night we slumped-had an off night- and the final score showed that De Bernardi had forged ahead of "Elph" by just one goal. As this was the final game of the season, we take it that we had a center who stood just two points behind the best center in the west. Hats off to "Elph" for he can stand it. And still, not all talent grew this year in VVar- rensburg. Some other little cities donated their sons-and in other years when home talent is less rare and wonderful-all of these contributions would have possibly found upper births. john Simpson of Bosworth, Mo., brother of the famous "Bob" of Missouri track fame, was among these out-of-town members of the team and showed considerable talent and abilityg and he only needs more experience to make him the genuine article. Payne of Amoret was another member of the squad whom, his coach said, "will make a whangf' And we all believed it after we saw him in action against Great Lakes. These Northern men possibly thought that they had uncanned a brand of "rough stuff" new in Missouri basket ball annals, until Payne hit them. Then they weren't long in finding out that we, too, had the genuine article, but usually kept it in reserve. Also in the Fisher brothers of Urich, Mo., we have a promising mate- rial and hope that they see fit to grace our school and our basket ball court in other years with their presence. Page ro Qtblstins-GHZ nntinueh. Every fan picks his own stars. And indeed viewpoints in picking stars are many and varied. We desire only to think of the team in its fighting trim as a stellar unit-just one brilliant constellation of teamwork, ability and manhood of which the school is justly proud. Possibly the games that will live longest in the memories of the basket ball fans of the past season were with Great Lakes and Schmelzers. Here was where our team met its masters physically as the personnel of these respective teams were men-men of mature experience and judgments and many of them the best athletes of the nation-men whom business and exigency brought together. And when they first put their suits on for the season they were already a veritable machine, working smoothly at First practice. But they did not have our boys outdone in agil- ity, shiftiness and cleverness. And had we got just one more goal in the last Great Lakes game we would have tied the team who came to us with seventeen straight victories to their credit and among such victories were Chicago U., Illinois U., Northwestern U. and Wisconsin U. To the Schmelzers came the credit of breaking the Great Lakes winning streak, and that, the night after we had given the "jackies" a terrible scare. And to us came the glory of being the only team, this year, to trounce the Schmelzers and this were able to accomplish only once out of three efforts. It is not saying too much for our 1919 team to say that they were of true university class, and we hope that our outlook next year in basket ball will be as bright. It is too soon now to predict just how many of the men will return next year, but we feel safe in predicting that the basket ball traditions of the school will be upheld when the new season rolls around. Baseball prospects are only fair at present and owing to the great financial loss incurred in trying to maintain a stupendous baseball schedule, the Normal in its reconstruction efforts will possibly content itself with intramural baseball and a few games with neighboring teams. Football, according to a recent meeting of the Board of Regents, is to be resumed next fall. And with peace well established, the League of Nations duly organized, and our college men back in school again, our prospects for a fl Page T7 Qthletirs-Qluntinueh. good team and a good schedule are very bright. We can indeed look forward with the old characteristic optimism toward the future of athletics in all branchcs in our school. The basket ball schedule in full was as follows january 3- january 8- Polytechnic Institute at Wbg. . . Baker U. at Baldwin, Kan. . . january 9-Ottawa U. at Ottawa, Kan .... january 14- Schmelzers in Wbg. ............ . january 21-Rolla School of Mines at Rolla .... january 22-Rolla School of Mines at Rolla. . . . January 23- january 25- Vllashington U. at St. Louis ..... Schmelzers at Wbg ............ january 28-Polytechnic Institute at K. C. January 29- january 30- Haskell Indians at Lawrence .... Haskell Indians at Lawrence .... February 4-Haskell Indians at Wbg. . . . . February 5-Haskell Indians at Wbg ...., February 10 February 11 February 12 February 13 Great Lakes Naval Team at Wbg. . . Great Lakes Naval Team at Wbg. . . -Rolla School of Mines at Wbg ..... -Rolla School of Mines at Wbg ..... March 7-Pittsburg Normals at Wbg ...,...,. March 8-Pittsburg Normal at Wbg .... March 11-Schmelzers at K. C ........ Totals .... X "' Ja '5-as i Za ees if W. S. N. Opp. la! N f3l-X- 31 50 27 30 21 20 19 35 20 22 14 21 17 40 23 23 22 30 22 51 530 Page 78 The Basket Ball Qlieam TO OUR FAl.l.liN ATHl,li'I'lCS Ye Sleepers, who will sing you? Xke can hut give our tears- Ye dead men, who shall luring you Fame in the coming years. Brave soulsf -hut who remembers The flame that fired your emlmers? Deep, deep the sleep that holds you VVlio one time had no peers. Yet maybe FZUIICYS but seeming And praise you'd set aside, Content to go on dreaming, Yea, happy to have died If of all things you prayed for Une prayer is not forgotten, One purchase not denied. And for this great cause of freedom. as we scan the roster of the athletes of the yester years, we find that five of our old Normal gridiron heroes have answered their final earthly roll Call. They have paid the purchase price of liberty in full. An enemy bullet has no discrimination. Its sole mission is to kill or wound, and it strikes where it may with hrutal stupidity. Front the north to the south of France-Afrom the Argonne to Chateau Thierry-Uld Normal has planted her sons in glory. These boys have had their "rendezvous with death, at some disputed harrieadef' They've followed their ideal-freedom, and have died for it. These are a part of our Contribution to peace, and they have linked our hearts to the land upon which they lie. I'ugft' TU .. ,--1--nmc1i ,.'. .-.. . Y ..4-qv Girls' Basket Mall Exam l in l Physical Director, ELIZABETH ELLIOTT MCKINNEY, GRAINGER, HAYMAKER, ABRAMS, Howiuzo, BARNETT, ALEXANDER Coach, EPHRIAM MAR1-:EY A PAGE FROM A SCIENCE NOTEBOOK 4 I. -'Givenz Cab Twenty girls of the various classes in school not afraid to bend. II. III. IV. V. Qbj Several boys from the basket ball squad. Ccj Vigor and Vim. Object: To make a first class girls' basket ball team. Apparatus: A good court and a basket ball. ' Procedure: "Girls interested in basket ball meet in girls' gym at three- thirty today." This read Mr. Morrow from the rostrum in Chapel on the thirteenth day of December, 1918. To this call for basketers there gathered in the gymnasium such a collection of specimens as was never before seen there. Fisher of the boys' team was elected immediately as coach and did all in his power to impress upon the girls the things he knew of basket ball. It was found necessary, later, to elect Mr. Markey as coach. Several good games between the Normal School and the Training School were played. r Conclusion: In spite of the fact that no out-of-town games were played, the team as a whole enjoyed the season, and does not, for a moment, regret having spent four or more hours a week in being trained. Page 80 - . -- I - .,...,..-.-m.....,.,... ,-,L,.----. - -- V f-- ,,....-.... ,...,,,., ...-, , , .sg 'T 4 l 1 .J .,,i. 531 A .ggi A 4 .l ..' -. -.--....J. H .- ...faq If-if wllIlI'l!!llIll!l ' Hllnuu ' - will IJ...-Iwi .. - Af 'I H x Aw' Comme!-4, WM, f 'WI f'ovr.or'. f I l I Spillers-"I'll tell you that girl can sure kiss a fellow." james-HI say she do?" Spillers-"I-Iow's that?" james-"I say, does she?" Private Six-"Why is it that fat fellows are so good-natured?" Private Smith-"We have to be good-natured. You see we can neither fight nor run." TO PRIVATE MAYES Oh Mustache! My Mustaehel thy fearful trip is done. The lip has withered ever smack, the prize I sought is won. The soap is near, the belles I hear, the soldiers all exulting, While follow eyes the steady hand, the razor grim and daring, But oh heart, heart, heart, Of pleasing hairs of red, Where on the Hoor my mustache lies, Fallen cold and dead. Bridges-f'You ought to be good at geometry." Bryson-'fWhy so?" Bridges-"Your head is both plain and solid." Mulford-"Why did all of the in- structors give written lessons Monday morning?" Alton-"Because we had onions for breakfast." r im? L, 7 fb? 1,7 4' fx? H . 'V -N, ' 6.7 i N 4 G-5 X P. I Z- vu ,,, I , '7 J , E lf," ' I ,Z 'iZ9"'0fii1i -I ., ,,.. - "' 5 'i" 'K ,mt aff , il-9' 1 ,,-- Sdfllienld Simfsovu:-lgvivqlni we will be allowed to pracilbb damcinq from 'too io Page 83 TO A FRIEND To you, dear friend, we wish the best of luck We leave you soon, our separate paths to tread, But ever will our thoughts to you return, To contemplate the life that you have led. VVe've shared alike our pleasures and our cares, Your miseries and ours have been the same. For we've partaken of the same re- past, And our sufferings have been too great to name. We've wished to howl with you at gray reveille, UXQ I' Q f ww. as mi"- X ui 'lilln Q Xwfllf ' Y' Xxx, ff, , N X5 fix X Q-5 Aw' l L+. milliv' io Svlllm-gg raid ciorm ha.-l on .the -lo? 'ol ulouf' hecLd.'Uovrl have si'- coclcecl batik there, like c1ou.'N. haffol boilecll But most of all, we'1l miss your cold, 1 , But prudence and our self-respect Cod nike' . . forbade Thrust into our faces at midnight Altho our bugler envies vour clear dark' . tones ' And then the tongue that licks our And for your horn has often wished lips in night' . . . to trade And tries your heartlest klSSCS to 1m- ' part. Farewell to you, our friend, again farewell, Q, ofa fo ,,., Your battles have been QA Q 5 ,xg l fought against the JIQ' f . N- fx Hun, X.,-Eff C' Y gf, Z J But no more shall we gh., xv" X 6 hear that mournful 9 J 'R me ' howl ,, As we arise to greet the 2:5 I . f .1 morning sun. x - L 15, E X Q 2 -Sgt. Elroy E. Fry. rv g g- 1 gf -fl' I! frllllllfllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllfllnwilffllllllfllllfllllllllfIll! ' Page 8.3 Pagf' X4 -- +111 WEXIIM Km 9 mn cmhurne literary Society X., . OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Fall ...... .... S OPHIA STOCKTON. .,... RUTH ENGEL ....... . .MAMIE MCDONALD Winter .. . . .... HILDA HENDRICKS ..... .REON ROBERTSON. ..... EDITH HELMS Spring, ,. . .... PAULINE JAQUA ., ...... MARY BREMERMAN. .. . WILMA WILSON GENEVIEVE CORNWELL PAULINE JAQUA KATHERINE MUSSER MABEL LOBBAN WILMA WILSON SOPHIA STOCKTON HILDA HENDRICKS MARY HENDRICKS GRACE HELMS EDITH HELMS WILMA SPURGEON ADA CAMPBELL MILDRED PAYNE KATHRYN GRAHAM MILDRED WILSON DEE STIRMLINGER MARJORIE BIGUM OSBORNE ROLL MARIE MOORE MABEL FOSTER REON ROBERTSON VIVIAN CHEATHAM MARY RUSELL RUTH ENGEL ONEITA RICE OBERA BERRY DOROTHY BERRY FERN NECESSARY MARY RICE GRACE SCHNEITTER MARGARET DAVIS THELMA TAPP OMA GALLOWAY HAZEL STRAHAN ENNA PIGG MARY BLANCHE GRAY CATHERINE CRISSMAN MARJORIE FITZGERALD MARY X. FERGUSON MARGARET PRUNTY MAMIE MCDONALD BERTELLE BROWNLEE FLORA DUFFENDACK FRANCES GALLOWAY MARIE BANHOLZER ELIZABETH DODSON MARY BREMERMAN LELA FERN HATFIELD ELIZABETH FIELD MARGARET WHITSETT CHARLOTTE ALEXANDER RUTH STOCKTON Page 86 ,Q-12155 I '- A Bacunian literary Sunietp , T W L . , FOUNDED JANUARY 21, 1881 OFFICERS President S ecreta ry Vive-Presirimvt DRUMMOND RUCKER JACK GILKERSON CHAS. LOBBAN Winter. I , ..41 HARLAND F. MAYES FRANK MCDONALIJ HARRY CODE 14 all ..... .... Spring ....... GUY SPILLERS HOWARD H. BELL FRANK HULL BACONIAN ROLL HOWARD H. BELL LEVI BRITT FRED SHARP HARLAND F. MAYI-35 JACK GILKERSON MELVIN RICE IJRUMMOND RUCKER GUY SPILLERS MEI,vILI.E HANNA LESTER HUEFMAN FRANK HULL HARRY COBB JOHN GILBERT FLOYD DORLAND HAROLD SIX LEONARD RICE FRANK BOYD DAN ELBERT CAIvIPIsELL SCHOFIELD DAN FISHER CHAS. LOBBAN CHRIS. SCHWIENSEN EVERETT GILTNER H. MCMILLAN FRANK MCDONALD FORREST FAVORITE FACULTY MEMBERS W. E. MORROW G. R. CRISSMAN W. W. PARKER H. H. BASS E. R. FOSTER H. A. PHILLIPS Colors-Pink and Green Flower-Carnation I'age,87 Mba Eacwshurne Banca HE President rose with a frightened look, And silenced the Profs with a trembling hand, Said he, "Here's a step that's got to be took, A dance, the Osbornes and Bacons demand." The startling words on the Faculty fell Like a bomb on a quiet town, As he let his gaze on their faces dwell, Anger, amazement and pleasure, he found. They "cussed" and discussed until at last It was decided to settle this step by a vote. "The danceless days of the students are past," The President announced, with a grab for his coat. In order that the dignity of the school be retained A meeting was called for the girls at the Gym. Miss janney had it immediately explained, Exactly in dancing which way to hold "him." The dancing was exquisite, the music divine, But the greatest joy we all agreed, Was heaps of ice cream and cookies fine, Served by Osbornes and Bacons with speed. The dance was a success, it was really grand, Since you see, of course, it would be, When it was figured and planned . By the Osborne-Baconian Society. -Ziff. G. H. Page 88 iBz1fi:Izan literary Snciztp F . rise. Secretary . .. .L. TAYLOR . . .OLA BARNETT .. .ANNE OYNEILL i Founded 1903 Motto-By our efforts we hope to OFFICERS President Vice-President Fall ....,. ..... A NNE M. O'NEILI. ...... OLA BARNETT ...,. . Winter .. . . ..... ALTA FRAME. .......... L. WILLIAMS. . . . ., Spring. .. . . ..... GLADYS MCKINNEY' ..... OLA BARNETT. .. . . MEMBERS MARY BALLARD ELIZABETH LAWSON CRYSTAL CLAIBORNE JAUNITA AUSTIN PEARL THOMPSON FLORENTINE LEW GLADYS BONDURANT MARY ABER OLA BARNETT CLARA CAIN MABEL Cox LOUISE MICHAIELIS LENA BILLS WILMA KNEEDLER L. WILLIAMS JULIETT HUGHES EKE DR. E. L. HENDRICKS MISS PROF. C. H. MCCLURE MISS MISS MARY A. KENNEDY PROF. PROF. W. W. PARKER PROF. MISS LA PRoF. F. MISS MISS URA RUNYON W. URBAN Sponsor-MISS SELF LELAND HUGHES EDNA SCHILB ERMA KNEEDLER LILLIAN TAYLOR ALTA FRAME C. HAYHURST G. MCKINNEY' HONORARY MEMBERS LUCY A. BALL BESS CARTER H. H. BASS C. F. MARTIN ALMEDA M. JANNEY MABEL RICHARDS Page 90 Qtijenian literary Sunietp L .Molto-"Vita Sine Litterius MOrS Est" Organized 189-1 OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Fall ..... .... R . F. WOOD HUBERT ALLEN J. W. MCCLIMANS Winter ...,.... R. F. WOOD HUBERT ALLEN ROBT. MAXWELL Spring ....,,... J. M. MCCALLISTER A. FISHER LOGAN SCHILB MEMBERS HITBISRT ALLEN W. G. CARTER J. M. MCCALLISTER ALPHEUS FISHER A. E. COLLINS LAWRENCE VVILLIAMS IRVING HUSSMAN EDGAR NORRIS J. W. MCCLIMANS ALLEN GRUEBEL G. C. SALLEY CLAUDE GRAINGER LOGAN SCHILB R. F. WOOD JOHN SIMPSON BURWELL MOLIES JOHN WEST FLETCHER PARKER ROBERT MAXWELL OTIS CHANDLER WALTER NIAXWVELL ARTHUR BRADLEY JAMES SEARS ORLIE VVOLFENBARGER FACULTY MEMBERS F. M. XVALTERS B. F. LOOMIS A. GORRELI. F. W. URBAN W. W. PARKER C. B. HUDSON Page' 91 C. H. MCCLURE, Sponsor iBIentp uf ep in 4Bur Step HEN the call was made in the fall, few veterans were 'there to answer, but with the aid of volunteers and a few drafted men we were soon able to organize a full regiment. The fall campaign was well organized and successful. And under the able command of Generals Wood and O'Neil we passed triumphantly through this siege. Although at times we were forced to beat a strategic retreat, yet our ultimate victory was never lost sight of. In the winter quarter General O'Neil was replaced by a worthy successor, General Frame. During this time military tactics were at their best. Among our other memories is our never to be forgotten Chautauqua. The good work of the privates and non coms should be noted particularly. Deserving of men- tion were Professors Kauchlenberg and Le Baston, Mesdames Sajsulpavitch, Lezaren, Larkarella and many others. In fact, the whole regiment was dis- tinguished for heroic action. The spring campaign began propitiously with Generals McKinney and McCallister in command. Although the latter was a strong objector to "women's rights" and such frivolities, he at last consented to do away with military dis- cipline, so officers and privates enjoyed a hilarious "kid" party. Even our stern commanders laid aside their dignity and went about devouring numerous sticks of striped candy and uncountable glasses of lemonade. On the whole, when reviewing the entire year, we feel it has been a very helpful as well as enjoyable one. G -C. H. H., Ill. W. A. l'affc9 IS Qlamphell literary bucietp . 'I in-fr-I ' Motto-"Deeds alone Suff1Ce" Founded 1898 OFFICERS President Vice-President Secrclary Fall ..... .... R UTH MOHLER KATHERINE ST. CLAIR M. NIEYERS Winter ........ RUTH HOWARD CATHERINE RUDDY E. LEYVERS Spring. . . .... M. FASTABAND RUTH BARTON L. DILLOW MEMBERS CLARIBELL ADAMSON MEDORA BONDURANT JOSEPHINE DEHART DOTTIE DEHART WINNIE TERRELL MARY FASTABAND BERNICE EBERTS CATHERINE RUDDY SARA HAYMAKER RACHEL HUTCHINSON FLORENCE SCHWALM ANNA BURKHEAD LURA ABRAMS RUTH BARTON RUTH ELLIOT CLIVE HANK FERN ST. CLAIR MARY FOSTER MATTIE INGALL MARY ZEHR EDITH GUNTHER MILDRED MYERS MITTIE HUFF CARRIE DUNN HONORARY M EMBERS ALMEDA M. JANNEY LEESON H. COOK MRS. NEWKIRK ALDA E. CECIL Sponsor-ELIZABETH ELLIOTT SOME ACTIVITIES FRANCES KNOFLER LYDA DILLONV ALLIE MCCARY HELEN SMITH RUTH HOWARD RUBY DRUMMOND VIOLET KEYES LULU FISHBACK E. HENDERSON EVA LEWERS CORA BELLE SCOTT ESTHER FITCH MRS. C. H. HUBBARD MISS PREWITT Subscriber for 1919 Red Cross Membership and U. W. W. Campaign Fund Page 94 Erhing literary Snrietp Jllotto-' A Excelsior " Founded 1886 OFFICERS President Vice-Pres1'r1'e11t Secretary Fall ..,.. . . .R. E. PARK E. MARKEY W. H. BRISTOW Winter, . . . . .RUSSELL ESTES E. MARKEY R. E. PARK Spring ,... . . .E. H. MCQQUNE E. MALLICOAT ROY GROCE MEMBERS CLAY ANDERSON WILLI.NM AANSON CARI. CI-IAPMAN A. BARNEY COTT LEO DEERNVESTER RUSSELL ESTES W. ROY GROCE W. HELMCAMI' TIIAD MILLER RODNIEY HERNDON EDWARD HOFFMAN E. MALLICOAT E. MARKEY j. MCCLARNON EDYVARD MCCUNE W. MCCLIMANS G. L. NEWKIRK HERMAN HENDERSON R. E. PARK EARNEST PHILLIPS ROY PORTER C. ROBERTSON E. A. SHINER CHESTER SKAGGS LEONARD SKAGGS HONORARY MEMBERS DR. E. L. HENDRICKS LT. CLAUDE H. HUBBARD SPOnSOV'DR. WILSON C. MORRIS Pam- 95 Zin jlillemnrp ORRID was the night Behind the black wall of the Argonne. Glooming blood red 'Rose the moon on the battlefield. Here and there thru the branches A gleam of the moonlighhgt fell- Fell on,the deadandlclgiflg, And to some lilgthgfhome fires it seemed. There in the forest, the blossom of youth of our nation, Gave up their lives in the fight. That was their sacrifice for us. The soul of the brave went its way From the scene in the forest. Full of bravery were they, And their thots were of country and dear ones As they surged on to their doom. The calm and blood red moon Viewed the scene the forest was covering. 'In the Argonne our Yankee lay, His face the look of contentment, Silent he lay with his comrades about him And the shells, bursting and shattering over him Brot others down Who had stood beside him as brothers. Still shines the same red moon But not the same scene in the forest, Peaceful our dear boys are sleeping Far away 'neath the moon and the poppies. -M. A. F. P600 96 fbraturp shatz OBERA BERRY VVinner of internormal oratorical contest. Representative in interstate oratorieal contest. RUTH HOWARD EMERSON PARK Campbell-Irving Team. VVinners in preliminary inter-society debate. Representatives in final inter-society debate. Gus 5Ai.i.Ev GLADYS MCKINNEY' WILMA WILSON GUY E. SPILLERS Periclean-Athenian TCQIIII. Baconian-Usborne Team. Representatives in final inter-society Representatives in preliminary interrsociety debate. debate. Page 97 uung wnmerfs Qllbristian Qssuciatinn 5 Ojficers Chairmen of Committees BERNICE L. EBERTS, President GLADYS GOODMAN, Devotional MEDORA BONDURANT, Vice-President ELIZABETH HENDERSON, Social HELEN SMITH, Secretary RUTH MOHLER, Mission Study WILMA SPURGEON, Treasurer NELLIE G. JEROME, Publicity LAURA L. RUNYON, Faculty Sponsor ANNA CARPENTER, Bible Study STELLA STILLWELL-Music The Young WOmen's Christian Association is one of the Oldest Organiza- tions in the school, having been Organized in 1886. It stands first of all for Christian living and Christian service not only among its members but for the school as a whole. Its aim is altruistic. Social service, however, is not deemed to be inconsistent with good times, and its members enjoy life as well as help others to enjoy it. Page 98 uung flilerfs Qllbristian Qssuciatinn OFFICERS XY. H. BRISTOXY . . . . . PfF.Y1ilfC7lf Hl'lIl'2R'I' :XLLIQN . Via'-Prc.v1'rlc11t liulcksox PARK Secretary lVlIil.YIN Rlcia ...,,... Treasurer CHAIRMIZN OF COMMITTEES EI. M. MCfl.Xl.l.IS'l'IiRkDt"Zf0f'f01'lCll EPHRIAM MARKIQY-SvU Help A. B. Co'r'1'+Can1pus Service HERMAN HEND1sRsoN-Extension PROF. B. W. I,ooMis-Faculty Advisor ACTIVITIES The past year has offered great opportunities for the service of the Y. M. C. A. through the student branch and also the state and national branches. The student branch has been seriously discouraged from time to time on account of the various oliicers being called to the colors. In spite of this fact there is quite a list of worthy services the local branch has been able to perform, among which may be mentioned sending delegates to the Parkville and Hollister conferences: contributing to war activities: reception to men students during the fall term, furnishing stationery, stamps, books on war morale: daily papersg magazines, periodicals, etc. During the spring term a "Stag" social was held and a complete reorganiza- tion WLIS brought about. l'11q1' 99 Summa Iuh DR. F. C . ALLEN PROE. A. E. IJAVIDSON PROF. EARL FOSTER MAuR1xE HlIiRONX'MLTS CIE-l.RII!Iil.l, ADAMsOx HLTIQIQRT ALLEN QLLAIJYS MCRINNEY FLOHHIE ARNOLD VIOLET KEYES ALLEATHA REA ELYADNEY BROWN FLORENTINE LEWEKE El,IZ.XBETH FIELD MARY FASTADEND HERMAN HENDERSON AONEH BAUMAN CLARA f:RIEAYES EIJXVARD HOFFMAN .IOHN KLILBERT PROF. .-XLRHONSO f2ORREI,l. 'Rav' MEMBERSHIP ROLL FACULTY MEMBERS Miss EDITH HALL Miss P. A. HUMPHRIES Miss MARY KI.INI'2NIiR PROF. B. W. Looms STUDENT MEMBERS LURA ABRAMS EVA LEVVIERS RUTH MOHLER R. F. WOOD PEARL ALT MARY ZIEHR RUTH BARTON GRACE SHORE LETA DANVES Gus SALLEY ALTA FRAME OM.-XR MEYER E. MCCUNE L. IJILLOW H. KROHN LEVI BR1T'r DR. MORRIS DR. SCARBOROLYSH DR. G. W. STEVENS DR. F. M. XVALTERS CAMPBELL Sc'HOE1l-:LD JEXVEL HENDR1c'Rs CLARA QUICK HELEN VVILLIAMS NANNIE IQAXISEY NELLIE KINYON SOPIIIA STOCKTON ELIZABETH LAWSON THORA SAUNIJERS LULA WHEELER ELIZAIiE'I'H SMITH OLETA MUENCH Al. M. MC'f'4XI.l,ISTliR HAZEI, LINDSAY HARLAND F. MAYES INMII' 100 intense Qliluh Organized 11909 Purpose-To stimulate an interest in science by bringing before its members recent problems of research, thereby giving the advanced students a knowledge of methods employed, and teachers in various departments an acquaintance with work other than their own. OFFICERS PROF. A. E. DAVIDSON . . . President DR. G. W. STEVENS . . . Vice-President EVA LEWERS ...... . Secretary PROGRAM OF 1919 Germany's Claim to Pre-Eminence in Science-Dr. W. C. Morris. Recent Discoveries in Laws of Heredity-Dr. G. W. Stevens. Chemistry of Water in the Home-Prof. E. R. Foster. New Elements in Food Nutrition-Prof. A. Gorrell. A Fountain of Youth-Dr. F. M. Walters. The Uses of Psychology in the War-Prof. E. W. Loomis. The New and the Old in Astronomy-Dr. J. H. Scarborough. Scientific Measurements of Intelligence-Miss Humphreys. The Last W'ord in Medicine-Dr. F. C. Allen. Page 101 bnbunl Qrts Qllluh MARY FASTABEND RUBY FARNSWORTII GRACE ARER MARY ABER WENONAH BRYAN BESSIE ELBERT CvRACE HELMS RODNEY HIERNLHON THELMA TAPP HARLAND MAYES ONEITA RICE PAULINE jAQUA I,AUmsA REA MQXRY' FAsTA1aENu OFFICERS . . , . . . President . Scfcrelary and 7xI'PllS!H'UI' MEMBERS MAURINE H1ERoNYMUs MYRTLE HEINRROOR REON ROBERTSON THORA SAUNDERS GRACE SCHNEITTER ANNA MAE CARPENTER MARY BLANCHE GRAY RUTH FARNSWORTH GENEVIEVE CORNNVELL VIYIAN CHE.-XTHAM RACHEL HUTCHISQN RUBY FARNSWQRTH Page 102 N Top row-Miss COOK, HILDA HENDRICKS, MARGARET XVHITSETT, REUN ROBERTSON, SUPHIA STOCKTQN Middle 7070-MARY RUSSELL, MARY HENDRICKS, NELI. 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Ummm vm- you nn me your s111uu1 11m-vm nm 11.111 111111 1111 nm 1-,,.,,,,,,, ,4,,,,,.,, p,,,,,,, W1-1-111111111 Srhoel 1-11-1111-151.111 Huy 'M um ,wg -nl nl ll ln 1 M84 111. order: -vm 1.1 mm 111 111. 1111! 11111111-1.11. Mary lc W1111111 15003 ' ' mu." PROFESSOR W. W. PARKER FLETCHER PARKER Instructor mn fournalzsm Busmess Manager 'K' 9 , ,. QWLA. A A ,Q Page 106 Qeniur lass' IWARGARIET SHIDLER FRANK NICGINNIS KQRACE ABER VIRGINIA RUSSELL FLORENCE Coscsuovla ANNA Gl.Am's RANKIN .IESSIE BASHAM LURA ORSBORN RHQDA DAv1s LoL'T1T1A YANKEE ELIZABETH QQEORGE GERALDINE FITZGERALD ALMA WYCKUFE AuNEs I. BAFMANN ELLA DEMAND PANSY XYHISLER In llfll' I Sentara MARGARET SHIDLER . President FRANK MCGINNIS Vice-President VIRGINIA RUSSELL . . Secretary DENVITT MoI.Es ........ Treasurer TRAINING SCHOOL MASS MEETING tAs reported in the Normal Student, May. 24, 1944.5 The Training School was the proud host, the past week, of the members of the class of 1919, who met at this time to celebrate their twenty-fifth anniversary. Among the various meetings the class held none was more interesting than the mass meeting in the T. S. chapel. Here the students were delightfully entertained by the members of the '19 class. 1 Mr. Crissman, the venerable and much respected T. S. superintendent, introduced the various members. The devotional exercises were conducted by the noted revival team, Rev. V. Russell, Miss Yankee, pianist, and Miss Yellon, nee Fitzgerald, chorister. Miss Shidler then gave a very interesting address to the young people, pointing out the many pitfalls in the pathway of life. She speaks from ex- perience, having reared a large family of nephews and nieces. The audience was next favored with a short sketch by the Letus Leav Stock Co., of which Mr. Frank McGinnis is manager. His wife, Ella Demand McGinnis, played the leading role. The other members of the company were Mr. and Mrs. Florence Cosgrove and Misses Norvell, Loman, George, Whistler and Rankin. Mr. Lonnie Rice favored the students with a poem of his own composition, which was received with great applause. Miss Orsborne and Mr. Spain, dancers of world-wide fame, next danced their way into the hearts of all present. Mr. Crissman took this opportunity to read a letter from Prof. William Huerman, who much regretted that he could not be present at the reunion, as his primary pupils were planning a surprise party for him at that time. Miss Davis, whose beauty parlors are widely known, was next introduced. As she wished to benefit the pupils, she announced that the following morning she would give a chalk talk on the proper methods of shampooing and dressing the hair. Miss Grace Aber declined to give a talk but presented all present with almanacs which she had illustrated. Mr. DeWitt Moles very appropriately ended the program by presenting every one with samples of Potter's Peerless Pickles, for which he is now agent. Mr. Crissman expressed his appreciation of the uplifting entertainment and dismissed the mass meeting. The class of '19 remained long enough to express their regret and formulate a letter of condolence to Mrs. Bauman-Green, another member of the class who has been living in sorrow for five years, due to the death of her husband. The reunion was a great success. Grace Aber, '19 Page 109 Ziuniur lass CLASS OFFICERS DOROTHY ANDERSON . . . President W ALTER WILLIAMS Secrelary- Treasurer DOROTHY ANDERSON ANNA MAY ANDRUSS PAULINE BAILEY ELIZABETH BUSH ROSE CAUDLE CATHERINE COLLINS ELVEN COOPER LOUISE CRAIG IJONALD DESCOMBES DORIS DESCOMBES ELIZABETH FITCH CLASS ROLL FRANCES GRIER HELEN GUINN ROSCOE GUINN GLADYS HAMILTON FABRICE HOAR EDGAR HOLLAND SAM KINZEY WILLIAM LYONS MARY MCANINCH RALPH MCKINNEY OPAL MARKEY LOLA MILLER NAN MOHLER AUDREY ORSHORN GLADYS RICE FLORENE ROOP LORENE ROOP EARL SAPPINGTON HOWARD SEERS JUNE VVHISLER WALTER WILLIAMS NAOMI WILLIS loaf 110 Eluninr Brilliantes "When shall their glory fade? Oh! what a. show they made!" THE JUNIORS Last year the sun set on the Juniors old, last fall it rose on the new ones bold. Many experiences they have had, brot much comfort to dear old Dad CCrissmanj. Thru many trials they have gone, many a race with the Seniors run. They are brilliant without doubt, them the school could not do without. A goodly number they compose: Catherine, Doris, Naomi, Rose. All are bright and try to please: Lola, Opal, Earl, Louise. Hard they have labored for the new Rhetor: Walter, Nan and Fabrice Hoar. Some study hard on French so queer: Dorathy, Florine and Lorine dear. A number of them their classes cut: Donald, Don and Edgar, but, kindly lectured by our super- visor, they confess their sins and are made the wiser. Some are noted for the work they do: Gladyses 3 and Elizabeths 2. Some are quite afraid to play: Sam, Ralph, Elvin and Anna May. Some are gay and a bit contrary: Frances, Audrey, Pauline, Mary. Some are short, some tall and thin: Mildred, Helen and Roscoe Guinn. This gay bunch will finish well this year's work, and they will tell of the things they did and all the fun they had for themselves and everyone. -Nan Mohler, '20 IN THE TRAINING SCHOOL CWith apologies to a greater poet.Q In the training school, the Sophies grow Between the teachers, row on row That watch them close and in the back The supervisors speak with weakened voice, Scarce heard amidst the din below. , "We" are the Juniors, short months ago We were Sophs and Freshies, studied and were studied, Worked and were worked, but now we live In perfect ease. Take up our struggle with the books, To you from fleeing hands we throw Our 1+ notebooks, texts and notes, Be yours to use them well. If not, No grades you'll get tho tears do How In the Training School. -Walter Williams, '20. Page 1 I I C LASS ROLL Snpbnmure Glass CHARLES REICHLE LOUISE PALMER . CSHARLINE BRIDGES LUCILLE VVILLIAMS CLASS OFFICERS DOROTHY BAILEY EDNA FRUTCHFIELD HELEN FLUTY fQl.AlJYS HAYES THOMAS HOLT EDGAR MARKMAN IQDNX PARSONS BERNIGE VVHISLER RIORVELL BUSII UHARLENE BRIDGES CHARLES REICHLE ALMA COLE MARY SUTTON NANA LOIS HUNTIER IYAN HAYDEN JOHN BAUMAN GLADYS EVANS SYLVIA GRIEM RUTH HENLEY NELLIE HUMPHRESS JESSIE OWEN LULU ROOP LUGILLE WILLIAMS NORRIS BUSH SMITH GEORGE EMMA LADD SHEPHERD HELEN MEYERS EUNICE HORTELEDER LOUISE HAMISEAR MERIAM GRIER President . Vice-President Seeretary . Treasurer MARJORIE BURRIS FRANCES FAHE FINIS HANNIX GLADYS HENRY MAE HUMPHRIESS LOUISE PALMER HERBERT SCHEIDENB ZELMA WINDERS PAULINE BAHHIT MINNIE PARSONS EDWARD SHIRLEY EUNICE MEYERS BLANCHE VVHARTON JAMES YATES ERGER Paar' 11:2 Qtbletizs 2. . THl-I HIGH SFHOOI. BASKET BALI. TliAMS Boyx' 1 'ea m Pizoif. G. R. CRISSIIIAN, Managvr JQIIN SIMPSON, Coach W.-xI.'I'IcII WII.I.I,xxIs, Forward, Czzpfzzzbz WII.I.I.xM Lvoxs, Guard FINIS H.-xNN.x, Forward DoN.xI.IJ IJI5sc'0xIIsIas, CI-Iilvr XY. T. S., 175 Normal Svvmul Team. .. . XY. T. S., .263 liiclcpoilmlvilvm- H. W. T. S., 21, Pleasant Hill H. S.. . XY. T. S., 183 flinton H. S ....,.. . XY. 'lf S., 243 SI-Ilalia Y. Nl. C. .-X.. WILLIAIII HUIQRAIAN, Guar FLQYIJ M.xRsII.xI.I,, Guard d SCHEIJULI-1 15 XY. T. S., 3-lg C'liII1oII H. S ..... 27 NY. T. S., 375 Sl'ClJ.lllEl Y. M. Ci. A 30 XY. T. S., 13, NY. T. S. .Alllll1l1l. 30 XV. T. S., -103 Pleasant Hill H. S 31 XV. T. S., 27, TI1ilt'lil'IlKlI2llCL' H. S Girls' Tram Pkolf. G. R. CRISSMAN, Mzliizwcr- RUTII HOWARD, Coach OPAL TVIARKICY, lfurwurrl, C'apt1z1'r1 lloius IJIQSCUIIIIIQS, Forward l'iI.0RlCNL'li Coscakovic, Forward BLANCIII-3 XVIIARTON, FORXV.-XRD ARILY ITICSCOMBICS, Forward Puyr' I IJ tw I-oUIsIc FRAIG, Guard MARY MCANINCII, Guard Buss COLLINS, Guard RIITII SAIIILYEIA, Comer o Pngf' 114 WN SQ S Q,X lam Il R Efgel. luf1l.I Ghz Bally Gauss Gluck Published for the elevation of public morals and horse thieves. Damages, 31 per copy or 5c the year. A political opponent of the Normal Student. Passed by the S. A. T. C. Board of Censors. Entered at the postoffice as second class matter. No postage. A thoroly loyal, religious and political paper published at Warrensburg, Mo., by john jones, a lawyer, and an honest man. On account of the scarcity of paper the Goose-Cock will be issued now and then. fPage onej The public will notice there is no postage on this paper. It is allowed to go thru the mails free on ac- count of its uplifting effect. There will be a business meeting of the Holy Rollers. at one o'clock this week on the steps of Science Hall. A very small shoe hangs on the bulletin board. We wonder if it belongs to Cald- well Drummond. The Fire alarm blew the other night, but the editor failed to reach the window in time to catch the ward. THIS SPACE DONAT- ED TO THE WINNING OF THE WAR. Seats are on sale at this olhce for girls wishing to view the 7:30 drill. WHISKEY KILLS ALL GERMS. This space donated for the benefit of the Red Cross. QPage twoj WORLD WAR COLUM N The latest accomplishment of the War Aims class is the crowding of 200 men into a 20 by 10 foot room. A supply of Reveille has been ordered from Wash- ington. Sergeant Simpson has been appointed to dust off the skirmish line early every morning. EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! This bulletin has just been received by us from the front. "On account of the Influenza the Draftin' Blues has gone out of date." fPage threej We recommend the fol- lowing rules for avoiding Influenza: 1. All classes are a nui- sance and should be dis- banded at once. 2. Avoid needless crowd- ing, sit 2 feet apart, and avoid work. 3. Hugging and kissing are against the rules until further notice. 4. Talk thru your nose: keep mouth shut. 5 . When leaving the house at night open the windows. 6. Avoid tight clothes in tight places. Nominations are now in order for Kampus King. The R. A. M.'s authorize us to nominate D. G. Krahl on a non-partisan ticket. , For back copies of this paper apply at the office- first come first served. THERE IS A WILD MAN ABOUT TOWN AND MISS JANEY WARNS ALL GIRLS NOT TO BE OUT AFTER DARK. lAm. Press Assn.j BUY War Savings Stamps. Help win the war. Motto-"Be in love with yourself and you will have no competition." There has been a strange dog at this office for several days-if not called for at 2 o'clock he will be given to the D. A. R.'s. , - This space donated to Sergeant Skaggs for helping Uncle Sam organize his army to whip the Huns. Page 118 Page I1 9 The bummuns When the shadows of war o'erspread our land And summoned the bravest to the light, T'was a direful challenge, yet how grand For a cause so noble, pure and right. It's summons rang thru halls of fame, Thru lowly cottages, poor and old, And in one throb, hearts beat the same: The heart of clay, the heart of gold. Our Normal gave the best she had, And gave it in a hundred fold. Dauntless and brave was every ladg The deeds they did shall long be told. And every heart shall Hood with joy At the sons of the red, the white and blueg And we will shout for every boy, And good old Normal number two. The victories won, tho some there are That must remain beyond our bounds: On earth they left a golden star, In heaven they found a golden crown. But still their deeds shall forge the way And ever be a beacon light, To guide and guard us every day, That we may nobly live the right. And now the summons comes to us Who, living, see the present needs, Let us conquer every evil lust And Fill our lives with golden deeds, That the boys who died and suffered pain, And gave such noble sacrifice, Shall not have bled and died in vain, As we act, let us think of each noble life. -E. H. Zllc Pagf? 1:20 P000 121 W' ' 1 1 l l 1 Wi 1 759 Rbe-lor 'I 9 In Qppreuatuun HE RHETOR STAFF takes this means of thanking' the firms whose advertisements appear on the fol- lowing pages for the liberal support they have given in this undertaking and thus making possible the 1919 Rhetor U These pages were not put m merely to fill up the book Look them over and you will find the names of those people behind the Normal School in every undertaking. They deserve your support .E 4,3- ' Elini ,,y.,jG .ajf- . , Kaur ' F' ' . . N , 4 . , . Q . .X 1 1, l who were not only behind us in this instance but have been lf' 1' i fl Shock 85 Warnick Detroit Va p o r Stoves Burn OIL or GASOLINE. N 0 W i e le s There if One in Operation at Shock SC Warnick Hardware Store LOBBANHS' WARRENSBURCPS SHOPPING CENTER Dry Goods Notions Women's Apparel and Millinery We sell Prinlzess Suits and Coatr Also, Virginia Dare Dresses, Fisk and Gage Hats, Phoenix Hose and Athena Underwear .' : : N ew Gro eerie: W. F. Thomson Phones' 236W Horne I28f Bei! 125 Wert Pine Street X DA LUE NJ STORE Everything you buy at this Store has VALUE FIRST A. NATHAN, The Clothier Warrenshurg, Missouri E. 9. 32. Ctlalenhar 1918219 September 10. Many students Come from the several corners of the state to give the Faculty an opportunity of coming in contact with superior wisdom. 11. Chapel. Mr. Morrow reads the left-over announcements of the summer term. 12. Miss Humphreys urges people to shorten their religious vacations and go to church Sunday. 15. Professors Martin, McClure and Urban motor to Sweet Springs to "demonstrate the hollow square" and find the town sticky as well as sweet. 18. Some of the old W. S. N. landmarks return from Ft. Sheridan, Illinois. Ira lv STYLE HEADQUARTERS "W Svucivig Branh LHluthv5"'W'D O U young men, whose standing in the commu- nity calls for discrimination in the selection of clothes, will be interested in the distinctive style and fine tailoring in our display of Snrirtg Erunh Gllnthrn ff' fd? s 'Tis J fm I l'I.L'l'.V Range from 525. 00 to 550. 00 JCHN THRAILKILL U'arrr21burg'.r Only' Oilf'-Pfl't'l' Cfoflzirr X 'f i ' : , 1?:1 'ii -..,' ,.5.. -' gt .... in t ee ,Q .i,l .4 in ' ' 5.-:1:' Y i.,:.t ,.i:, . . Mi ' 0 ....,- oAn.c iwrwsifl-'Wl'1'1" 19. Lieutenant Hubbard ar- rlves. Nlarried. Gets cool recep- tion. 21. Girls take an active in- terest in S. A. T. C. unit. They hope later to take an interest in individuals. 22. The usual Sunday odd jobs get attention. 25. Oh. those heartless, cupidless and loveless valentines the teachers promise! 28. Lieutenant Miller arrives. Un- married. Gets warm reception. 30. Prof. Gardner, fearing that he will overcome the piano, smokes outside his room. Qbrtuher A l. Boys inducted into S. A. T. C. 4. Fat occupies the hack row in Miss HllIlll7l1FCj'iS class. 5. "Mike" enrolls in anatomy class. 7. S. A. T. G boys attend thc classes. Pugft' IJ.: Household Goods of Quality Efuerythbzg for the Home Cohn's Wonder Hoosier Cabinet Store Bouquets -i w. ' is ff Ula ,ce .,-" r ' ff? 1 fvf Q Parties ' 1:11 U !.l1atf5+1ef Receptions A-"if7'l l I 1' - W8llllIIlgS , N ly, , n . if ,lt ll ine Sick .Q ' if We furnish flowers I - for all occasions . X L McMEEKIN'S House Furnishers and Undertakers FAULKNER MERCANTILE C 0 M PAN Y Young Meu's Nzfty Suits M on 's und Ladies ' Fine Shoes Men zzts und Furuz'sfriug.i At prices the other fellow can't beat. Try U5 Once. CLARK RUNDLE CE, BARNEY The Rexall Drug Store Prescriptions hledicines Toilet Requisites Perfumes Stationery and Fine Candies Exclusive Agents for Jonteel Toilet Articles and Liggett's Candies 8. "Gussie" forgets to say, "Now claw-ss." 14. "Flu" here for an extended visit. School closes. 28. School opens again. 30. Prof. VValters returns from the east with some new jokes and a secret. jlinhemher 1. Grafonola donated to the S. A. T. C. Stag dances now in vogue. 5. Morning after night of A. T. C. benefit show. Boys on extra duty. 7. False report that the war was over causes excitement. 9. Faculty members become four minute speakers. Students wonder how they say anything. 11. War over again. Everybody celebrates. 12. Parks' theory just out-"Gas makes matches." Page 1-4 The Qmerican Ernst umpanp ss'wsssWfa" iv , -. it ff f , up 'P " ftlsiw T ry Us The banking institution across from the Courthouse is the place for you to get your Banking Accommodations 14. Privates dig trenches on cam- pus. Sergeants furnish "gas" 15. "G u s s i e" gives farewell "clawnce" for his students. 16. Faculty fails to "Hooverize" on valentines. 20. C. A. P. entertains the Sen- iors. 21. "Cabo" inducted into the service. 22. Girls apply for "Maw" Davis' job. 23. Hardy puts one over on the Lieuts. VValks to the edge of the Campus, whistles. Presto! Girl ap- pears. 25. It is rumored that the unit is to be demobilized. 27. Prof. Stevens collects rare specimens. S. A. T. C. boys stay indoors as they have just received their uniforms. 29. P "Flu" postpones everything indefinitely except final exams. Imac' 125 THE STORE of ALITY We have the most Complete Line of Fancy Groceries in Warrensburg. For the Best Groceries goto : : : :: The A. SPIESS GROCERY IO8 West Pine Street l'llI'B8 ll98SOIlS llll' Slllllllllllg at Chu mis Warrenshurg's Style Shop It's a Woman's Store We devote our entire time to the ap- parel needs of women Via- Speeialize - First With New Things to Wear ln this respect we render a service that compares favorably with metropolitan stores A Three-Store Buying Power With stores at Warrenshurg, Sedalia and Boonville, we are able to purchase many things in quantities that allow us unusual discounts-we pass these savings on to our customers BOSTON CONFECTIONERX STORE Tony knows what the Normal Students like and how to serve it He sells everything in CANDIES, CIGARS, ICE CREAM and SOFT DRINKS BOSTQV CONFECTIONER Y TSFAISSSTYTE-'FTSSQ 01113 e E e e It I p Stanharhziiaeralh 'K 103 il i f mg-. Highest Class Printers VVarrensburg : : Alissouri Eeeemher 2. Clock gets the influenza and is moved to the hospital. 3. Many students attend study period, 1. e., reception for S. A. T. Cs. in library. 4. Faculty fails to get pay cheeks. 5. "Fat" becomes an ambulanee driver. 6. Little end and Big end foot- ball game. L. E. winsee13-0. 9. Mr. Morrow gets to class on time. 10. John H. is thankful that the fire bell rings at night. 11. Six reelassifies for llrban's second-hour Class. 13. S. A. T. C. dance at barracks. 17. Bac-Osborne Xmas tree. 18. Final dance of S. A. T. C. 23. Gabo deserts. S. A. T. C. demobilized. Pnrle 1.36 State Normal School Supplies '11 9 0 4 S? -4 C.- CD -cn E3 3 O C3 r'f O SD L3 cr FD . It 11 A U. Q purchased only from the P 2' S JSE? , Students' Headquarters Remember this and come direct to us for your supplies Hifisity:D-A?-'rum-Noiaxifxiixylkfiizxw-IT CARL P. LOBBAN'S The Students' Iifcfadguartfrf ... N ld Z 2 c. VD : 1 P" "1 O fb FY cn f'D I3 Q. C Ui -4 o C :J r-I SD o cl. CD "1 CL 2 9-J 2 ni 3 Ch o- C "1 YQ 7 F14 U3 U7 o :: 24. Home for the holidays. 30. lYinter term begins. 31. Prof. Loomis returns. Some stndents regret that they failed to get their History of Ed. the fall quarter. 31 anuarp 1. Girls make a resolution to change Miss janney's rules. 2. Prof. Bass gets a new smile for Xmas. 4. Pick Poly's Plnmesf-A22-13. 5. Bal-:er University 56, Normal 315. 9. Miss janney gives a tealess tea. 10. Senior benefit show. 12. Prof. Coulter leaves. . Selnnelzers 40, Normal 32. . Open house for students. 20. Students get grades. 21. Normal defeats Rolla, 31-22. 22. Another tealess tea. 23. Vllashington University de- feats Normal, 19-16. 1-1 17 17100 IJ? 5156 P 13 o P L 13 s NAT1oNAL A N :::8O-I94::: MEM B E R FED lf R A l, RPISICRYIC BANK Capita! and Surplus 800,000.00 Profiis : : : : : 529,000.00 SAFE DEI-os1T BoXEs Corner North Holden and liast Pine Sts. Warrensbnrg, Missouri Russell Bros. Quality Clothes Shop Our Clothes Make Good Or We Will QUHHU'-1 5 6.lfgf,Qylfu,.1v go-rj , if X' X, QL K. C411 , I g.,n.,e . ,'-: V xp . . xi up gs i 1, NH I Wi. Q at ami f '1 My f The Latest Styles in JEWELRY CLASS PINS SOCIETY PINS CLASS RINGS Headquarters for appropriate Graduation or Vl'edding Gifts Gifts for any occasion ZIMMERMAN'S The Leading jeweler and Scientific Optician We're Satisfied When You're Satisfied W e Carry A Complete Line of HARDWARE E. N. WARNICK 8: SON Both Phones Buick Automobiles 24. Campbell-Irving pie supper. 25. Normal 37, Schmelzers 35. 27. Rhetor staff elected. 28. Hiccoughs. Sure cure. See Mr. Ellis. 29. Dr. Walters advocates skull caps for bald pates. 31. Faculty reception for stu- dents. jfehruarp 1. Y. W. C A. wins in com- petitive contest. 4. Normal defeats Haskell In- dians, 40-21. 5. Another game with Indians, 51-17. 6. Boys takes advantage of the derby sale. 7. Apollo proves to be a patient model. 10. Sailors defeat Normal, 40-31. 11. Students try to take a holi- day. Page 128 pi 4- g r l This Annual Printed and Bound by THE HUGH STEPHENS PRINTING CO. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. The largest, most uniquely equipped modern plant in the west, specializing in the design and production of "Kraft Built College A nnualsf' Our Service Department will render expert assistance without charge and supply complete blank forms dealing with the latest method of Advertising Campaigns and Editorial Systems for College Annuals. Helpful advizre and ideas given on art 'work for Opening Pages and Division Sheets, View Sections and Beauty Sections, rombining Kraft-like bindings, papers and inks into beautiful ar- tistic books-SUCCESSFULI. Y FINA NCED. Write for estimates and samples. COLLEGE ANNUAL, designed, planned and engraved by Burger Engraving Company, always results in a successful publication. 1 College Annual Staffs have discovered that our close Co-opera- tion, combined with original and snappy ideas, the highest quality of engraving and service, result in a Gnancial state- ment that shows a pront to the Staff. 11 May we talk over our proposition with you? FQ Qr En Qrctv ing Go., E1Qhfh andpl-U-'l.1CII1dOffC! :Kansas Gfq A Diamond Solitaire A Diamond is a Perfect Graduation Gift Our superior purchasing facilities make it possible to secure the finest stones and at prices the most reasonable. An expert knowledge o' Diamond qualities, a familiarity with the finest points of color, cutting and brilliancy, the established fact that we never buy an inferior stone-these are logical reasons for the prestige of JACCARD DIAMONDS Prices Range from 310.00 Upward A selection will gladly be .rentfor examination Jaccard Jewelry Company 1017-1019 Walnut Street Kansas City, Missouri 14. Valentines arrive. Real ones, too. 15. Faculty kid party! 16. Hliphu gains a pound. 17. Pneumonia takes Gabo to the happy hunting ground. 18. Chris likes "Graham" better than white flour. 20. Training school teachers give Carter cool reception. 21. Open house. 22. Campbell - Irving colonial party. 23. School provides a zoo for the Campbell, Pigg, Bear and Fishback and a garden for the Rice, Berrys and Crabtree. 24. Girls decide to hang the Bell and burn the Cobb. 27. Obera Berry, Osborne, wins first honors in oratorical contest. Bacons finance a celebration. 28. Y. VV. C. A. social. 1,0110 1.89 JEWELER OPTIC IAN E. L. THURBER ill NORMAL SOCIETY CLASS PINS and RINGS REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS See Us F o r Y o u r Picture Framing C. D. WYRE FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Flowers for All Occasions LAND MARKWARD 2o2 NORTH HOLDEN STREET FANCY x gy x GROCERIES 216--- Both Phones---216 The Old Reliable THE BOOKSTORE THAT HAS SERVED THE NORMAL STU- DENTS FOR THIRTY YEARS OR MORE Beazell's Book Store Marsh 1. Students attend negro revival. 5. Chapel. Mr. Morrow urges girls to make the tournament boys feel at home. 6. Mr. McClure promises to get every one a "job." 7. Tournament begins. 9. Seniors choose a Carpenter to make the class prophecy. 10. The Pigg shows she likes il Cott. 11. Schmelzers defeat Normal in the last game of the season. 12. lt was decided that "Moore- Mayes" will help to reconstruct the nation. 19. Spring term begins. 28. W. S. N. wins inter-normal oratorical contest. 31. Half holiday. I ge 130 A Pointer Some people can see the point more quickly than others. Here is a pointer that may help you see the point. If you haven't reached that point in life where you feel the need of a bank account, it does not follow that you never will. You can't keep from growing old. You will not always be young and carefree. As age creeps on, you will see the point of the saving habit if you don't see it now. Our bank will help you to see the point before it is too late. Start with us now. Commercial Bank Capital and Surplus - 5110,000.00 Total Resources ofver 700,000.00 Qptil 1. Events in the Calendar from now on are subject to change. 4. Mr. Loomis, Sponsor, enter- tains Seniors. 5. A. S. A. introduction tea. 7. "Six" and a girl make seven in a swing. 10. Inter-High School Scholarship contest. 11. Inter-High School Declama- tory Contest. 12. Track and field meet. 17. Wilma keeps a "Sharp" look- out. ima? 1-22. Time supplies the news. 23. Gypsy tramp. 24. Farmers' day. 30. Senior reception. 3111112 1. Annual sermon. Page 131 S H EPA RD'S The Busy Store D R Y GOODS Munsing Underwear Warner's Corsets Wayne Knit Hose W arrensburg, Missouri For Service A Waterman Self- Filler Fountain Pen 352.50 Kuppenheimer and Styleplus Suits and Overcoats If there were better Clothes made we would sell them 9 Montgomery SL Golay JOHNSON S D 1, u g gist S The Good Clothes Store 2. Faculty excuse Seniors from SHIRTS PANTS last week of school. 3. Class day exercises. 4. h Alumni class day exercises and reunion. ' 5. Commencement. V 1tt - Mayes Manufacturing Company Makers of High Class Work Clothing A Warrensburg Institution OVERALLS GLOVES COATS Now for a big summer school. Forty girls to one boy. M. G. H. P g 13 M. YoUNGs, President T. E. CHEATHAM, V.-Pres. W. H. CHEATHAM, V.-Pres. J. V. MURRAY, Cashier A. LEE SMISER, Ass't Cashier N. E. GREIM. Ass't Cashier This bank enters the period of reconstruction with optimism. Our optimism is built upon our faith in the American people and American institutions. Capital Stock - - 3100,000.00 Surplus - - 57,000.00 Accounts Solicited CITIZEN WARRENSBURG MISSOURI Emerson Park-"Did you get thru the Normal School?" Fatty Drummond-"No, I got hung in the front door." One of the most pathetic of objects the last year has been the rolling pin, it being the relic of pie-gone days. Cleo Halcomb studying her astron- omy lesson. Ruby Drummond -"What are you doing?" Miss I-Ialcomb-"Looking over the moon." Miss Nannie Ramsey to reporter in the training school--"When are you going to take those stereopticon views of my class?" Page 133 Quality Footwear We are ready for the spring season with the best things in Footwear for Men, Women. Boys, Girls and the very little feet. It's a luxury to Wear such well made and handsome footwear as we sell. We furnish the best Shoes that money can buy at any stated price, and we make no attempt to conceal the great satisfaction it alfords us to be called, as we frequently are, The Quality Store Menlf Shoe: - - 82.75 to 312.00 Womewff Show - - 83.00 to 312.50 I-I EB ERLI N G' S VVarrensburg, Nlissouri liEIlIl'llllIll5l3lll'lIl15lEII'l3 Kodak Supplies Toilet Articles and Stationery lilllII'lllllll5I3llI'lllI5llII'l?. Frank Anderson Dealer in Fruits Vegetables and Groceries Give the Frog an order and watch him jump Crescent Grocery Co. Where Quality Receives First Consideration Sun Kist Fruits Heinz's Pickles and Baked Beans National Biscuit Co. Cakes and Crackers Schotten's Coffee and Teas Butter Cream Bread All Quality Brands 202 -- Both Phones 14- 202 Mr. Foster-"Did you know that turning down the gas often saves matches?" Emerson Park-"No, but I do know that gas often makes matches." Mr. Martin to Student-"What's wrong with this sentence?" HI had a date with an awful pretty girl last night." Student-"Nothing, if you had the date." j-is for junior U-useful in fun, N-ot very smart I-work pretty bum O-nly few are looking good R-eally, there are none. Page 1.74 Mrs. Davenport's Cafeteria Rea! Home Cooking WARRENSBURCTS UP-TO-DATE PLACE TO EAT Self service is the modern style and is popular everywhere Ideal for Students 55.00 - Meal Tielzeztf - 84.50 S H O E To Those REPAIR Poor Guys Who s o s 73'L5"'? X :Q Flzigked WA R A IMS This Small Space ff ROWLAND se KELLY Dedifafed Proprietors C Yea d SHOE REPAIRING omefmfe and SHINE PARLoRs .N0glT.J.O?.iT.SEJli3Z.SSill. ge 135 The Three Prime Virtues In a Photograph Artistic Quality Permaneney and Likeness Ours Have all Three J. G. STONE W. S. N. Rhetor Photographer S oath ern H :gh way G A R A G E W. R. MAYES, PROPRIETOR Agent for Oahlaha' and Maxwell Cars First-Class Repair Shop and Full Line of Accessories Both Phones WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI Urchin--"And Papa, what did you do in the great war?" Papa-"I was doing fatigue duty in the old gym at Warrensburg in the S. A. T. C." Lieut. Miller CMondayJ-"Six, have you dropped Mr. Urban's sec- ond-hour Class?" Six-'lYes, but I started it again." Lieut, Miller-"When?" Six-"Tomorrow." Lieut. Miller-"Does the second- hour class meet tomorrow?" Six-"N-No, I mean Wednesday." An Englishman says-"Ideah." A Bostonian says-"Ideer." A laborer says-"ldee." S. A. T. C. boy says-UI. D. R." Page 136 TH1: STATE NORMAL SCHOOL WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI I. Is at your door. 2. Offers four years approved high school work. 3. Offers four years approved college work. 4. Has fifty University trained men and women in its faculty. 5 6 7 8 . A trained nurse gives free services to students. . Aid is given if financial needs call for it. . Has three magnificent new buildings. . Has call for all its graduates. E. L. HENDRICKS, A. M., L. L. D. President Because people naturally like to hunt for hidden things we hide this bit of truth back in here: "Putting out a Rhetor on double time is no snap, and if you don't believe that just try making One." The Girl-"DO you like pop corn balls?" Max Aber-"I don't know. I never went to any." Lieut. Hubbard to Punk Bryan- "Did you take a shower?" Punk-"NO, is one missing?" Really, now, we are not cranks, not one of us, but honest, we would not advise anyone to take up Rhetor making for a living. It's hard work, and besides there is no money in it. Pa gr' 1.9 7 WARRENSBURO SCHOOL ,ff MUSIC ROBERT E. WADELL Director Thoro course of instruction in PIANO VOICE CULTURE THEORY, and HARMONY By competent and experienced instructor Write for catalogue This Space Paid For By CLARK 8c BROS. S H O E STORE qliffii Ino f' - i i 2 G X i,1- ,. if . 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