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

 - Class of 1927

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May you, as you turn the leaves of this book. remember this stage of your college career as a delightful and profitable ex- perience. and through these pages live again its happiness. activity and pleasure. .i.-- ""'-Q.-....u-T- fa xXxX 1 4 'X Q-in g 2.4 3.4 4.1 5.. 6.. ............-1.--I .1 ...Q-1 in U I r f E E X -- 1 -. f""'A J - ki: Y-:T olitents Xx ' XLXOUR ALMA MATER 2. ELASSES W I a. ACTIVITIES 4. ORGANIZATIONS 5. ATHLETICS 0. ADVERTISEMENTS -ax 6 H Y fir J--J . f Y -lullf f Jing ul. Ei- :B-. QC 5 ' -iv F. 3' 4-1. ,.,.... .............,.q...-wfsn-1-u1-u:g-,...ff- A ...-.1-T.,,m.-.------fE.,.'...... ,..-.......,,.... ...-. .. .. MEMCRIAM -JI Marlon D M1ler V11'g11'113A Rudy 1 1 I 3 , IN A I '.fgIIfc.. A Q.: if ,QA M. if r-agp 5 ag. ., as Qui' .1-.gy H". L 3 Re. fi 4.3 'W-k gi" if -r 1 f-, 1 'W' V .-, -,, ,, .- ,QQJW sv-FH 3151 ' IW 3 ','.xff-1 A lgsE,5g!og::f:-gif.. 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SAMS President State Superintendent of Public Secretary W'af'rensbm'g 50110015 Vlfarrensburv Ex Ojicio ' HON. DONALD S. LAMM Sedalia DAN HOEZFER W i Higginsville Page 17 A -..,-.- ' ELD0 L. HENDIQICKS A. B., A. M., LL. D. President Page 18 I2 Pagv 19 Page 19 W. W. PARKER A. B., A. M. Dean fy' the Faculty ,ff MRS. Q, L, HOUT5 XVALTER W. PARKER ANNIE GARDNER HARRIS MAY A. B., B. S. I A. M. A. B-. A- M- Dean of Women Professor of English Profexsm' of Foreign Languages A HARRY A. PHILLIPS CLARENCE H. MCCLURE A. M., Ph. D. Ph. D. Prqfessor of Aqricullzcre and Geology 3 r ,- Profesxor of Hixlory Q ffvfkzuol . XVILSON C. MORRIS PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS JAMES H. SCARBOROIIGH XVAL' A- M-- Ph- D. Ph. B.. A. M. A. B., M. sf., Ph. D. Professor of Physics and Chemistry Professor of Education Professor of lllalhemalics P'Qf'S' ' Page 20 Page 21 QQ Q , . n 114 ghd 1551 3:..lVJk ,S-Q. FD .1 ,- 9 'rx X A . RIS MAYME B. HARVVOOD THEODORE C. REID ELLA GROENEWOLD B. S. A. M. B. S. Ph B A M ages , , . ., . . Professor of Arls Coach and gZ?f?:Zg:,r,,0f Physical Profesdor Qf Home Economics .1 'X ' 4 E. A. COLLINS GEORGE WV. STEVENS P f B. M... Ph. lib. I A. B., A. M., Ph. D. vo amor Q ugalmn an wee or - 5 of PVHCIZUCE Teaching Professor of Bmlohy N Y H , ' NOEL B. GRINSTEAD I PAUL R. UTT XVALT.+EIi3?A1YIl9I?ROu7 B, S' Gracluatglifggliggliiogggg State Pyqfessorczfmlxgxgmlfs and Professor of Induslrial Aris Dl,,e,j0,. of Music e 20 Page Z1 ' 'Vinyl f WARD EDVVA RDS MARY ANNE KENNEDY GEORGE E. HOOVER 7 .qqv A A. B., A. M. A. B. Diploma Librarian Associate Professor of .Mathematics Am ELMER B. BROWN C. B. HUDSON B. S., A. M. B. S.. A. M. Associate Prnfessor of Educahon Associate Professor Of Education DORA P. HENDY B. S. in Ed., M. S. Assislanl Professor' of Educalion r 1 HARLAND MAYES A B I . ., M. B. A. Assoaale Professor of Economics and Commerre GERTRUDE HOSEY l Ph. D., A. M. A ssocf-ale Professor of Educalion and Dzreclor of Teacher-Training ' Page 22 F A ssc Page Z3 1 and ge 22 'E"l"ff .M7 fl A ,K 344-LRfaAk 4115-A-1-.AQ ANNA MARIE TODD BEN R CRAIG LUFY A BAL L Phi?-AM Pl B A M 4 '-9051413 PV0fe-Y 01' Of En Zzsh Arsofzale Professor of Fnqlzsh Asvoemle Profess r of F71 I1slz -9 WINIFRED VVEATHERMAN MAUDE BEAMER B. S. in Ed. A. B. A. M. Amzslanf Professor of Commerce Professor of Lalin s.f-.wwf idk H. H. BASS LAURA L. RUNYON FRED W. CALVERT M. Lint. A. M. P . B. Ph. M. A. B. A. I. Associale Pr fessor of H islory flswcinle Professor of H islorg Professor of Soczology Page 23 LJ. hx. -Q-.Q-.p ---1. 1 A 1 E F . 5 .1 3 1 A' .V ' r QV K r 1 .r. f T. I 3 .ii If? A lf, w aj z, if' 1 Mm Q 1 E ARUBAA B. CHARLTQN FRED W. URBAN JULIA SCOTT Ph. B.. A. A. B., A. M. Director ofginjergavlen zgzahd Inflruc- 1 S ze perw'.vor Qf Primary an Inxlmclor , . - mr of in efgarlerz eory -A in Primary Methods Supswzsm' of Jvlalhemahcs T . 1, . 1 Q Q-QAM!-6 E. E. BAYLES J. A. LEACH A. B., A. M. B. S., A. M. Szaizenuisor of Science Sufwervisor of Hzslory . 3 LYDA.HALE RUTH FITZGERALD EUGENIA DELLAR B. S. m Ed. A, B., A, M, Graduate of N. XV. and Tri-State Sufnwisor of Inlermedmle Superyiggy of English Supeygsfgietfflwzlsic -1550 1 Page Z4 Pug. 2 JULIA HATZ ALBERT O. OLLAR MAUDE C. NATTINGER 'Sim' A Ph- B. B. S. in Ed.. M. A. B 5 A M 3' 11531310715 Pl'0f05-YQ" 0fHw1'e Assistant Professor of Physics and . ' " A ' ' , Econormcs Chemislw Assoczate Professor of Bzology ,V v.! CJ' 6 S"""'f:- 4, 1 I ELIZABETH CALLAYVAY JAMES VV. GRAHAM A. B. B. S.. A. M. Assistant Professor of Foreign Assistant Professor of Agriculture Languages and Geology I 1 w I I I y I i I I A . r I I I I I I I Y I N , LOUISE MARTIN E. RAYMOND VVILLIAMS RUTH MAYBAUER :We A, B, A. B. t , A. B. Associate Professor of Physical Assistant Professor of Physical .flssoezrzte Professor of Physical Ezlueatzon Education Education ge 24 Page Z5 I I wi? fi fyxu U JZ' MRS. PAUL R. UTT MAX MARTIN DOROTHY BLUNT Teagher of Organ Teacher of V1oIin and 'Cello Mus. B- Teacher of Piano and Voice Q0m'..f.?2 - 'F Q LW' i I fl. , L X NELLE BUDDEMEYER GLADYS GOSS VVILLINA SMARR Assistant Registrar B. Sc., A. M. Seiretary to the President Associate Professor of Arts FRANCES KROHN OLIVE BROWN ALDA CECIL Assistant Librarian Assistant Librarian Assistant Librarian Page Z6 2:11-0- . -za ii if N 1 ge 26 15 831 ff -f1,,, .-WL - H W ,- , ,i' -Ii-v'-- 'i --gm., " L V 'S-f'i2'5?f"'iff2Q1f'A ..1??"'2?r?l1f'if?IV ifffii?'!'Tf3ifg:'f3iifi2'55T'::F,",3..g 1, Va: ' ' QL. V i :. -- gg - -, 2, .wr wa- ' "' 2 .-V , 1111- pq , v..-Mama. n v 1 5 v .v fa M ' gp ., -5' '21 Yr ! " Elf lf 511 9 5 1 F1 31 15 LYPG 955 .- f.. A, 2 1 LE' ' 32' .': 3:1 W. E. MoRRow OSCAR ERICKSON ANNIE G- HARRIS Sponsor President SPOHSOV SIENIORS AM a Senior! I stand with my diploma in my hand and my mortar board on my head and wonder what the future holds for me. My profession has been choseng it is that of imparting knowledge to the coming generation. I My college days are over. What happy days they've beenl Good fellowship and co-operation have been the guiding spirits of my class. I have left something for my college by which I will be remembered for years to come. It is the fact that the Senior Class of 1927 initiated the movement for a stadium. .. My class will be remembered for the part which its members have taken in other activities. The Popular Man and the May Queen are my classmates. Oscar Erickson inspired class spirit for two terms Then the teaching world claimed his services and our Vice-President took charge. i That I shall always have the highest regard for my Alma Mater is shown by the fact that I have chosen the portals of the adminis- tration building as the design for my class emblem I want its statel - Y beauty to inspire me in the future as it has during my school life. And now I face life with the confidence which my experience here has ive . M ' I ' g n me y,thoughts, though always modified by College Days, are of the future. I am a Senior! A -W. L. B. Page Z8 I Si M G1 E1 1 4 l Pagi rliisom In f . . "ti s xg-:gpg Egg STEWART PETERSON Warrensburg ANNA E. OYBRIEN Warrensbnrg I ndnstrial Arts English Campbell Literary Society. lVlARY SYMPSON Edgerton HERBERT L. MCCLURE Warrensburg Industrial Arts History Omega Epsilon Sigmag XV. A. A.g Camp- bell Literary Society. GLENN R. DICKERSON Armstrong History Mules' Heels: Vice-President Student Councilg Irving Literary Societyg Pre- Medic Club. . ELISABETH ANN FERGUSON Warrensburg Biology Alpha Sigma Alphag Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Phi Deltag Secretary-Treasurer Student Council: President W. A. A.: Secretary-Treasurer Science Clubg Presi- dent Caneariesg Y. VV. C. A. Cabinetg Osborne Literary Society. Pi Kappa Deltag Phi Sigma Pig Kappa Delta Pig Athenian Literary Societyg Treasurer Rhetor Staffg National Guardg Debateg Y. M. C. A. J. ELXVARD ELLIOTT Boulder, Colo. Physics and Chemistry Theta Alpha Phig Mules' Heelsg Cre- scendo Clubg Irving Literary Societyg Glee Clubg Quartet. A WILLIE F. H UEBNER I Owensoilte A grioultnre Science Clubg National Guardg Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Student Council. .. .Is..oJ'QA'l'2.pf" limb? J Page 29 E t ll F 1. H 1 I -I R. LEE COOPER Warrensbufg RUTH BLACKBURN Houslonia Physical Education E1'lgl'iSh , Y. M. C. A.g Advertising Manager Y. W. C. A. Rhetorg National Guard, Track '24, '25, '26g Football '24, '255 Basket Ball '26, '27g Better Health Club. ANNA B. CROSS Independence CLARENCE VVHITEMAN Richmond History Physical Education A Kappa Delta Pig Periclean Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A.g Literary'Editor Rhetor. NIARY LOU ROGERS Miami Home Economics ' Science Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Kappa Omicron Phig Campbell Literary So- Ciety. HARRIETT R. IDOL Horrisonville English President Kappa Delta Pi. X President "W" Clubg Football '23, '24, '25, '26, Captain '25, Basket Ball '25g Better Health Club. GRACE KEENEY Warrensburg Modern Languages Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Phi Deltag Y. W. C. A., Periclean Literary Societyg Sodalitas Latinag Student Councilg As- sistant Literary Editor Rhetor. FLORENCE ROGERS - Independence ' Art President Beta Alphag Campbell Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A.g Kappa Delta Pig, Assistant Art Editor Rhetor. Page 30 1 li Mo K T OPA Y Sc GER W Sc RUT Sig Sc IH 194, im,QEd,.4J.9g, MQ, Lew 'lwe MA-Q. 5- X' W1 .., -xl 1 IQ Page . MAYME B. DONNELLY Warrensburg Science , BENJAMIN BUDDEMEYER Owensuille Physics President Phi Sigma Pig Kappa Delta Pig Athenian Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A. AGNES BURRIS Warrensburg Physical Education Treasurer Kappa Delta Pig W. A. A.g Campbell Literary Societyg Canearies. FRANK HOLDER Ottawa, Kans. English Theta Alpha Phig Sigma Tau Gammag Athenian Literary Society. x RAYMOND SNODGRASS Bette FREDA Amos Otean History Mathematics ' Phi Sigma Pig Treasurer Sigma Tau Pi .Kappa Sigmag Campbell Literary Gammag Theta Alpha Phig Athenian Society. Literary Societyg Student Councilg Treasurer Senior Class. FRANCES LEVY Deepwater FRANCES DORREL Savannah English Commerce Sodalitas Latinag Periclean Literary Omega Epsilon Sigma. Society. WILLIAM BYLER Prairie Home LIDA M. HARRIS Bnnceton Science History ' Phi Sigma Pig President Kappa Delta Periclean Literary Societyg VV. A. A. Pig Student Councilg Science Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Business Manager the Rhetor. , ELSIE C. LICHTE Bland LUCIE JEFFRIES I Odessa Miisic Crescendo Clubg Omega Epsilon Sigmag Campbell Literary Societyg Beta Alpha, , Education Pi Kappa Sigma. li Jon P K it LEC C J.r Y EDI C Page 32 I Page 3 Olean 'ary fznnah lioeton Ydessa JOHN W. THOMAS Lone Jack Economics Phi' Figma Pig Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Kappa Delta Pig Student Councilg Ed- itor-in-Chief the Rhetor. LEONA FUNK Warrensbnrg ' History Campbell Literary Society. J. D. EWVING Grant City ' History Y. M. C. A. EDITH MCBRIDE Centerview Biology Campbell Literary Society. SARITA ORTIZ Warrensbnrg Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phig Campbell Literary Society. 'EDITH A. CRAIGHEAD 4 Fulton ' . Latin Sodalitas Latinag Y. VV. C. A. VESTA BINKLEY Eugene Art . Beta Alphag Alpha Phi Deltag Campbell Literary Societyg Art Editor the Rhetor. SAIDEE SIMMONS Grant City History age 32 F-f :'r2"' Page 33 ' 3 L-pf Q yi ,' A 4. 5-.1 " k TAVENNER RUDY Warrensburg Industrial A rts STELLA THOMSON Warrensburg Foreign Language President Sigma Sigma Sigma, Presi- dent Panhellenic Associationg Secretary Senior Class, Student Councilg Osborne Literary Society. CHARLES SCHRIMSHER Bates City Economics Athenian Literary Societyg National Guard. A MRS. MEDORA LONG Independence History RACHEL HOFFIVIAN Lees Summit Commerce Periclean Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. LOLAN W. GIBSON Hamilton Physical Education "W" Clubg Football '25, '26, Captain- elect '27g Wirestling '26, Mules' Heelsg President Better Health Club. LUCILE STEVENS Warrensburg Primary Pi Kappa Sigma, Y. W. C. A.g Campbell Literary Society, Latin Club. CHARLES I. DICK Commerce A Captain Inf. Mo. N. G., Mules' Heelsg Y. M. C. A.g "VV" Clubg Football '23, '24, '25, '26, Page 34 l if j.L'L,L PS1-lfv-A42 ' C f 'l"ifw4QE..J L.. 4 .7 U I 1 1 si e . C. ZA l W. l I AM Ii P S S Page I Y QA 2 is , 'm zmit L llon l urg l 7 ,cw ,T 4 fa vt 2,1 -:. ff , . ng M I e I fc yr 9 1 " infill 22? f as 34 0' f1cL,L,L xl.J-flfxvocv, t . '- ,,- r 1 . .A . Nitin. C. MAYNARD VVHITE T iplon Physical Education . Vice-President "W" Club, Better Health Club, Athenian Literary Society, Track '23, '24, Captain, Football '26. ZARA BOALS Garden Cily A gricullure Periclean Literary Society, NV. A. A. W. H. WILLIAMS Harrisonville Physical Educalion Baconian Literary Society, "W" Club, Football '24, '25, '26, Captain '26, Track '24, '25, Better Health Club. AMY RooP Warrcnsburg Physical Education Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Delta, Pres. Pi Kappa Sigma, Pres. Theta Alpha Phi, Student Council, Campbell Literary Society: W. A. A., Canearies. LILLIAN B. BRASHER Orrick Home Economics Science Club, Campbell Literary Society, Kappa Omicron Phi. GLADYS HENLEY Sweet Springs English Y. W. C. A. HELEN THIELE Warrensburg Biology Campbell Literary Society. MRS. O. L. PETERS Warrensburg English Osborne Literary Society. Page 35 ,x , '19 W' STERLING STACY Warrensburg Physical Education Irving Literary Societyg Better Health Clubg "W" Clubg Pre-Medic Club. LETA SCHVVANKE ' R Belton Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phig Science Clubg Peri- clean Literary Societyg Primary Council. JAMES J. CRAWFORD Westboro Physical Education National Guardg Football '25, '26. MRS. NORA ROSALIE IHRIG Weaubteau English Periclean Literary Societyg Beta Alphag Kappa Delta Pi. ELSIE EVAN Chilhofwee Mathematics Campbell Literary Society. PAULINE LOWMILLER Platte City Primary Supervision Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Phi Deltag Vice- Pres. Omega Epsilon Sigmag Campbell l6iterary Societyg Science Club: Primary lub. ELSIE WALKER Creighton M usie GLADYS BROWN Skidmore History Page 36 N of ' -fu ,, f f Q ,151 .TY n9"44 h 1 A1 M Jo M ll I2 Pai if mwee ALBERT D. OETTING Concordia EVELYN NELSON TRUITT Columbia Physical Education History Phi Sigma Pig Sigma Tau Cammag Theta Alpha Phig Alpha Phi Deltag Athenian Literary Societyg Basket Ball Periclean Literary Societyg Kappa Delta '25, '26. Pi. City . i MARGARET PITTMAN Mt. Vernon, Ill. LXQTLE GROVES Warrensburg Si l ' History Primary ,ry Theta Alpha Phig Campbell Literary Kappa Delta Pig Primary Clubg Camp- ' Societyg W. A. A.g Xi Omega. bell Literary Society. JOHN E. VAN HOY Pleasant Hill WENONAH BA1LE Kansas City ghton Foreign Language Mathematics Kappa Delta Pig Baconian Literary Corresponding Secretary Kappa Delta Societyg Teaching Fellow in Training Pig Pi Kappa Sigmag Alpha Phi Deltag School. Crescendo Club. More MABEL DOUGLAS ' Richmond SELMA A. VOLK Warrensbnrg History History Periclean Literary Society. Omega Epsilon Sigma. Page 36 Page 37 l Y LLM. I LLL lin.. -. O-VD' fgyv K .17 Xp' i.' X ' j ffx' ef FLOYD BILLINGSLEY Burlington Junction History Athenian Literary Societyg National Guard: Mules' Heelsg Y, M. C. A. Cab- inet. GRAYCE BARKER Deepwater History BENTON SUMMERS Warrensburg Physical Education "W" Clubg Football '25g Basket Ball 24, '25, '26g Better Health Club. MARY D. SWISHER Marshall Commerce Y. W. C. A. CORA BELLE SCOTT Bucklin Home Economics Omega Epsilon Sigmag Campbell Liter- ary Societyy Kappa Omicron Phig Kappa Delta Pi. HANNAH CLEMENTS Grandview Home Economics GLADYS RICE Worrensburg History Treasurer Alpha Sigma-Alphag Osborne Literary Society. A FRANCES PRINGLE - Sedalia Home Economics Periclean Literary Societyg Kappa Omi- cron Phi. Page 38 l W FB Rl KE C I AU C C I1 I H Page :lin 3. few lrg lia -I ll 38 .lv N , FRANK B. RICKETTS Warrensburg MAUDE HOOK Mayview Economics English Athenian Literary Society. Periclean Literary Societyg W. A. A. RUTH ANNA GLASPEY Odessa VERNA BISHOP Drexel Primary ' History Y. W. C. A.g Campbell Literary Societyg Y. W. C. A. Primary Club. KENNETH BUSSELL Kansas City EDNA A. KAISER Clinton Physics History Science Clubg Athenian Literary Societyg Kappa Omicron Phig Campbell Literary National Guard. Societyg Y. W. C. A.g Science Club. AUDREY WHITE Schell City HATTIE MAY WARNER Pleasant Hill Music Mathematics Campbell Literary Societyg Y. VV. C. A.g Crescendo Club. Alpha Phi Deltag Kappa Delta Pig Y. W. C. A.g Student Council. Page 39 - 1,4 1. Qkvax - Q N if ,L ,f I u -A 'JJ' FRED H. UMSTEAD Tuscumbia Hislory National Guard. M ILLIE OlBRIEN Warrensburg Commerce Caneariesg Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A. VICTOR LOOKANOFF Warrensburg Physics and Chemistry Crescendo Clubg Sodalitas Latinag Na- - tional Guard. MAY STEVENS Warrensburg Music Crescendo Club. RUBY DRUMMOND Warrerisburg - Art Beta Alphag Alpha Sigma Alphag Camp- bell Literary Society. CLOYD E. RAGNER Warrensburg Economics and Commerce Basket Ball '26g Better Health Club. ERRIA LEE BRADEN T ina Music Crescendo Clubg Xi Omegag Periclean Literary Societyg Glee Clubg Beta Alpha. , JOHN H. HAYINIAKER Warrensburg Biology Irving Literary Societyg Science Clubg Y. W. C. A. ' w Page 40 5. I Q'-,P""y My K li' 4. QW' ly 'Lis' v .Eb ,, ,4 1, N. Bc A1 V1 s Pa, burg J- Burg 'ina I1 3, iurg 7? ge 40 I' Cf",AJh ' yi sf- Q, ,....L M l NADINE HAVERSTIC M ouridoille Primary Primary Club. BOYD SHEPERD Richards Physics Sigma Tau Gammag Treasurer Phi Sigma Pig Irving Literary Societyg Science Clubg Student Councilg Y. M. C. A.g Kappa Delta Pi. ARTHUR BUDDEMEYER Owerisoille Physics Phi Sigma Pig Athenian Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A.g Kappa Delta Pi. VIOLA CREDE Jejersori City A griculturc Science Clubg Periclean Literary Society. VIRGIE FISHBACK Odessa History Pi Kappa Sigmag Campbell Literary Societyg Treasurer Senior Class. A GEORGE H. WOOD Springfield Physical Education Vice-President Kappa Delta Pig "W" Clubg Mules' Heelsg Baconian Literary Societyg Basket Ball '25, '26, '27, JOHN CLEVELAND Fulton Hislory Sigma Tau Gammag Irving Literary Societyg Science Clubg National Guard. THELMA WHITNEY Missouri Valley, Iowa Home Economics Kappa Omicron Phig Periclean Literary Societyg Science Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cabi- netg Kappa Delta Pi. Page 41 1 ' Q 1 kg," 2-,x I. ALAN BOULTON Holden Science Sigma Tau Gammag Kappa Delta Pig Vice-President Phi Sigma Pig President Science Clubg Athenian Literary Societyg Student Councilg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. ADA POLLOCK Warrensbnrg ,Music f Crescendo Clubg Orchestra. OSCAR R. ERICKSON Weanbleau ' History Irving Literary Societyg President Senior Classy President Y. M. C. A. VIOLA B. FITTERLING Worrensbnrg Music Y. W. C. A.g Crescendo Clubg Periclean Literary Societyg Kappa Delta Pi. MARGARET BRADLEY Warrensburg English Pi Kappa Sigmag Campbell Literary Societyg Panhellenic Associationg Student Council. J. c. EDWARDS A A smmnnze Physics and Chemislry President Sigma Tau Gammag Phi Sigma Pig Irving Literary Societyg Science Clubg National Guardg Footballg Track. Sedalia HELEN MYERS p1fa,,e,,Sj,u,1g FRANCES BRADFORD E Hjggoyy A Physical Education W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A. .--,........i wx- Page 42 , l li RA S C GE: I4 d c S FLC 0.6 A Page Burg n wurg Y it lille 1 1 zlia ll 42 R . fx . .sv 'l X y f f- P sf. I if ,- fr' " ..f J-' 1 , .V,,n... ' Mina" RANKIN BAIN Weslboro ' Physics Science Clubg Y. M. C. A.g National Guard. GERTRUDE MCCORD Lathrop Home Economics Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Phi Deltag Presi- dent Omega Epsilon Sigmag Kappa Omi- cron Phig Campbell Literary Society: Science Club. FLOYD DORLAND Warrensburg Physical Education "W" Club. O. O. MCMILLIN Knob Noster Agriculture and Geography Athenian Literary Society. FLORENCE CHRISTOPHER Warrensburg English Sigma Sigma Sigmag Panhellenic Associa- tion: Osborne Literary Society. VIRGIL REID Stafford, Kan. . Economics Football '25, '26g Better Health Club. JESSIE NICCORD Si, Louis Primary Kappa, Delta Pig Primary Clubg Alpha Phi Deltag Campbell Literary Societyg Kappa Omicron Phi. ANNABELL JONES Sibley Hislory RALPH PALMER Weaubleau A History Glee Club 3 Quartet. Page 43 l 1 1 v l i l l FUTURISTIC DESIGN IGHT. Darkness. Ghostly winds whispering through the trees. A black cat pads down College Avenue, thence across to the front entrance of the Training School, where he yowls plaintively, seeking the companionship of the evil spirits lodged therein. A Lief Erickson stepped out into the darkness, walking toward a gypsy camp camping on the campus, down near the power house. Vfas it to discover America? I should say not! Nothing nearly so obsolete as that. "Ye bats and owls," quoth Erickson, "present me to the witch." And there she was, busily brewing brew. Not home brew, we hasten to add, but witch's brew. "Aha!" said the witch, "and so you wish to discover another America?" And we forgive her seeming absentmindedness, for she was already casting into the future and observing what a handsome man he was twenty-five years hence. "Oh, no," spake Erickson, "I wish to explore the land of Future and discover the fate of the Senior class of 1927." "Just drink this," responded the wily exponent of witchcraft, and Lief obeying her promptly found himself in modern Utopia. It seems that all the world was like that now, at the instigation of a Senior of 1927, who developed the happy idea, and, with Oscar Erickson as leader, the world was run by the Seniors of 1927. Out in the harbor there were flying ships with spacious decks and commodious cabins suited to the most fastidious traveler. A new bridge all the way across the Pacific had just been con- structed for the beneht of those who were fond of W lk' . N dl S were responsible for these wonders. a ing ee ess to say, of course, seniors Lief met Atlas who was on a vacation. It seems that the giant had encountered not the slightest difficulty in finding a successor who, when introduced, proved to be no other than a certain once famous athlete in C. M. S. T. C. He was a Senior, too, and it is very easy to guess who he was, on account of that fetching mustache, you knew-"a little down on a big Bill " Contrary to the athlete's attitude toward the world, which had theretofore been "Kick this old ball-don't ever let it kick you," the spherical ball was managing 'to maintain a nice balance. Another member of this illustrious class had just invented' a new vehicle of locomotion It possessed most of the earmarks of a Ford and worked like an Ingersoll The d ' I l h l h . river mere y t oug t about where he was going. Presently he arrived. These speed marvels sold for a dollar each, with price reduction contemplated. A new aeroplane, just constructed by a genius, member of the Class of '27, received Lief as a passenger on its trial flight. It was such a -wonderful machine that Lief was able to visit St. Peter and have a long talk with him. During the interval of conversation several angelic forms appeared before the pearly gate, amid great whirring of wings. ' "Who are these who sit as if in deep meditation?" asked Lief. "Their wings are as the wings of angels." X "These," said the keeper of the gates, "edited a paper called 'Our Worldf It was such a great success that all other papers simply ceased to breathe. There was not a dry line in its whole make-u , and of ' l ' ' p course lt got a l the advertising. But they seem weary. Let them rest awhile." They were the members of the Rhetor Staff, transformed into semi-divine beings. The soft glow of a table lamp and a series of red marks on a history paper should have ser d ve to convince the young professor that he had been dreaming, but they did not. He told me this with th ' ' ' ' ' A e greatest conviction as to its Verity, and now I have written it down here so that th S ' e Seniors may see and know what is expected of them, and that the other classes may at least attempt to scale these heights of glory Cwhich, of course, they will not be able to doj, and aspire to go them one better if they can, especially the juniors. ' Page 44 l own e he P15322 usily e her lat a fthe lptly Ltion vorld Jited con- niors 5 the an a guess Bill." s old . It ught with ef as t St. arms 'ings ch a hole ile." 'ved this liors wt to hem ge 44 K 1 I 2.7 .,. i L Shaw - ANNA MARIE TODD H.AROLD BRONVN H. H. BASS Sponsor Presiden! Sponsor AN iMf-l.O1sRY ET us im , e y t e aspect of study, but one made interesting by a class meeting, well attended by bright, interesting young people sitting with eager, intelligent faces which might make some professors blush with envy.r It is the last of the term. A report is to be made of the various activities successfully carried out during the last two terms. One youth stands to the floor addressing the chairman and his fellow classmates. The report follows telling of a ,ten-dollar Health Bond which this class had purchased Cloud applausejg of a class day whichbmost there en- joyed Ccheersjg and last, but certainly not least, of the 'fHick" County Fair which had been successfully carried out for the third time by this same class Cgiggles and mention of dog-catchers and sheriffs, which of course would have no meaning to those who had not entered into the pleasures of the fairl. Next, we hear the president of the class call 'upon one of the yell leaders h ' l xg w o is a so a member of the class and he in turn yells? 'fAll right, folks, agine ourselves in a classroom not one made formidabl b h fLet's all stand and give three cheers, One for each of the happy years- JUNIORS! I JUNIORS! I JUNIORSI I ! Then let's tiptoe to our fate To be seniors in 1928'." Then er, ow that was a real class meeting, and those were the juniors in C. M. S. T. C." ' we should surely smile and say to each oth "N -B. W. Page 46 l K if ! Plz FL4 P Page 4.7 qw, ' my 1 1'-A 0,55 I if ff Q , 355.5 fi 245 5 .4 rg ,jg . ' hc'-1' '15 ik P 5,1-A ' Q M the ied ich A the his ich en- 'ai r ass no we J a 3.55 246 7'fv ., ,, , l HAROLD BOSTQN Grain Valley Physics and C hernistry RUTH FARMER Platte City Art FLORENCE C RAWEORD Lamonte .Music FRED CAMERON Vlfarrensburg Physical Education Page 4.7 ALMA AND RENVS Creighton Kindergarten ETHEL BAYLESS Warrensburg Primary ADELLE HUNT Greenwood Horne Econarnics CLA RENCE KANOY Warrensburg I ndiistrial A rts GRACE DUNLAP Warrensburg H orne Econonfics HAZEL JANE CROKE Strasburg History HARRY HERMAN Hannibal ilfanzial Training u CHFSTFR RILEX Green eld Physzcal Educatzon IRMA MAYES Warrensburg Englzsh ISABFL CO1 LIER VK arrensburg VXALTFR ST CLAIR Independence Physics DAISY WILSON X W HAQRY BARRONI Warrensburg Kansas Cxty Pmmary Methods Hz Story MRS DOROTHY WALLACE OPAL STIGALL HUHtSV111C Primary VIRGINIA A RUDY Warrensburg Mzzszc Henrletta H zstory MARGARET HONVARD W arrensburg fomwerce RALPH LORTOx Warrensburg Ecowowzcs and Confmerce Pa e 46' Pagt , 1' 7 1 sl ll VN L xf J' I , - K n 'V Y,-L, " 'A R.: " " .Win MJ, J., 'Y YV, .1 I n 0 ,,., I !,X,A'HAR,,., ,, L 7 . L l 4 4 4 I ' - I. CY A w -L I I I -l is 9 .J I gil- J' A Ji' I Nl FRANK W. MCGRANV' .NaptOn A gricultizre N ELLE IMAN Slater History I I I , D I . LUCILLE GOTTSCHALK Dresden History WFREDERIC BROKAXV Warrensburg nerce V History age 48 .Page 49 I -4 LAURA M. FRAZIER Drexel H orne Economics CATHERINE DEWITT Richards History DOROTHY DONVNING Pilot Grove Latin WENDELL G. IH RIG Weaubleall Science CATHERINE I. MARTIN Houstonia Primary ALBERTA CROSS Lamonte Spanish LELAND MARKXVARD Warrensburg C om rn erce L ii In ,X .i HAROLD P. BROWN Warrensburg Physics and Chemistry GERTRUDE FULKS California English M ILDRED JO HUMPH REYS Laredo Ar DELPHIN M ILER Warrensburg i 'Economics IRENE B ROWN Nevada Physical Education F ERN MAXWELL Warrensburg Commerce ELODIE MORRISON Sedalia Ar JESSE MOTHERSBAUGH Lincoln A gricalture MABEL GIESCHEN Sedalia Primary LOUISE STRAW Deepwater Ar SLWARD HOOD Warrensburg Mathematics Pa ge 50 :N Page l l N A up ,'L Q .44 1 ' L a , a 1 l NJ 1 E X ' a A A x 1 RMA, 1. if-,. 'll -7 1-N-Nfk 'K - ...L-.'x SH ge 50 RAYMOND LAKE Warrensburg History LYDIA KNAPP Warrensburg Mathematics GLADYS MCCOY Urich English D. HARTLEY BEARY Powersville Physical Education Page 51 MARY E. STOWERS JOHNNIE CONE Thompson' Home Econornics NINA JENKS Center H orne Economics SALLIE DIRCK Hughesville Foreign Language Warrensburg Industrial A rts KATHERINE BROKAW Warrensburg Foreign Language RACHEL ROA RK Eldon M usic ARTHUR WEBB Warrensburg Manual Training 3' 3 A-'Ks 1, 21 W , 5 75 2 f y! if f 4' go ,X 4 9 f, g M ff rf if 39 . DORSETT Covv Grandwew Tndustrzal A V155 LUCILE SFAMAYDS Warrensburg Englzsh MARVILL WH LHITE Hzstory TOM A SMITH Houstoma Sczence CORNELIA TIEMAN St Louls Home Economzcs QTELLA G BYERS M 1am1 Mazfhema tzcs VVARRENE THOMPSON Englzsh LOYD HENRX Warrensburg Physzcal Edzccatzon EMNOR REED Lamonte Forezgn Language GERTRUDE WILSON Hzsfory DUDLEY Tow NSEND Breckenndge H zstory Page 52 . 1. -x.f!l ' ff . " A v Grant Clty 'Warrensburg Stet ' - . . P i I r A s , l Y y - . . ! , w - . 1 i R X I I D Ll AL1 Page 5. DELBERT J. WILSON BOnnOtS Mill History AUD REY JENKS Knob Noster Art LUCILLE ROBERTSON VVarrenSburg Primary ALFRED BLECKSCHMIDT Higginsville Illiisic Page 53 , N1 4 NADINE VVIHITE Holden M izsic BERNICE L. VVO-OD Sedalia English FRANCES FARISS LaMOnte Home Economics S. G. VYILLIAMS Flemington History ERNESTINE WRIGHT Adrian English DRUSILLA RABER Holden Latin ROY BALLARD Kingsville A griciiltiire DORIS STACY Warrensburg M uszc ANNABEL STEPHENS Bosworth Ar W ILMA BURGE Des Oge MARIE YONVELL Warrensburg P1 zmary OlX N ADYNE LANVRENCE Butler Home Economzcs GLADYS BURCHAM Wmdsor Home Economzcs HAZEL MATZENAUER Lhllhowee LOUIS A SCOTT S1keStOn Physzcal Educamon MARY GRACE RICKETTS Warrensburg Educazfzon VIOLET HUB RICHT Deepwater M uszc CHARLES G REED Lexmgton Bzology Page I ie i 1 1 . . . . ! Mathematics French A ' Q T ' 54 A 1 A ,,.f E f 1 f . 6 rf HEVWIA f' 'Q 45 7 , um P H Page 71, ETTS T D Page 5 4 ALFRED M. DREYSSE SummerE eld Physics VIRGINIA PETERSEN Warrensburg English HELEN GRACE HORTON Hume Biology LINN SCHOFIELD Warrensburg Economics Page 55 AGNES SULLIVAN Sedal ia Latin MILDRED LEINWVEBER Lees Summit . Mathematics BLANCHE THOMAS Holden Comm erce CARL W. TURNER Kngsville A gricizltnre EMILIE VOSSBRINK Gerald Physical Education DOROTHY Ross Warrensburg Physical Education EARL PAGE Independence Mathematics U , HARRY T. SCOTT Powersville Physical Education MARY GRACE JEROME Warrensburg H onie Economics GLADA E. SHOXVALTER Adrian Pfimory . R. LEE WALLBRIDGE Warrensburg Physical Education SALLIE LEE WILKINSON HOXVARD PATTERSON Bates City Technical Arts DOROTHY CLARK Wlarrensburg Art Q DOROTHY JAE SHAW 'Warrensburg X Art Warrensburg Physics and C hentistry VELMA SEATON Cameron English GLADYS INGLISH Chilhowee English QRVILLE WITHERONV Amoret H istoif y Page W Y of M' ge 56 LOWELL PRY Butler History EVA JANE STEWART VVarre-,nsburg Primary MABEI. VVALTERS Warrensburg Primary ED TETLEY Warrensburg Education Page 57 RUTH RIDDLE Centerview Commerce MARTHA SMITH Dover Illath ematics CUMA LAY Hamilton Ma thematics JACK GRAHAM jameson Science W ILL ELLA DEACON Harrisonville History LUCILLE RUPPERT Clarksburg Primary LAXVRENCE L. BETHEL Vkfarrensburg Commerce f l s i K I + s F' 1 I i 4 l l T i 4 l T 1 L VIOLET ECKHOFF Warrensburg Ar PAUL MCKISSOCA Orrick ' Industrial A rts LE-'LOIE HOLLAND Appleton City Home Economics I ENA WALTERS Belton History KARL 'HARDEX Warrensburg Science VELVA HAMILTON Kansas City History EUGENE JOHNSQN Gdessa History GLADYS BAYLESS A Warrensburg Primary Pag- 58 Page 59 N l..1 ,LZ I5 OFF Wg-EA 5 5 K 'def 58 Page 59 Q M any A, ICEINNEDX BERNARD Qcnxiru H A PHIILIP Sponsor President Sponsor EVOLUTION NC E upon a time a small band of freshmen congregated beneath the shelter ing wings of dear old C M 3 T C They were crude awkward little things and in spite of their marvelous self assurance they excited the pity of all bystanders Now the upperclassmen out of the kindness of their hearts, undertook to make this freshmen group over into presentable human beings. They worked diligently although their path was sore beset with discouragement and at times all effort seemed in vain. But lo! The next vear a wonderful transformation had taken place. Fven as the golden butterfly emerges from its rusty brown cocoon so had this class thrown off its hard green chrysalis and appeared in shining colors. I Its fair daughters were arrayed in all the startling paraphernalia of the modern co-ed and they did Charleston through the halls in a wild and care-free manner while its noble sons carried the weight of their years with equal solemnity and decorum. - And more this class became the very lifeblood of the school. Its achieve- ment in intellectual pursuits excited the wonder andsadmiration of all its in- structors. Its helpfulness in social movements was an eminent satisfaction to other classes. Its pep and optimism cheered many a Hagging spirit. Its gentle influence was the chief means by which e ' f h the straight and narrow path. rring res men were guided back to And would you know the name of this class whose fame has gone afar and whose brilliancy is greater than that of the sun at midday? It is, most humbly, yours, the SOPHOMORE CLASS OF 1927. I -J. M. Page 60 l mi I MAI Page t I ter- fftle E all to ked l'1'1CS Ven lass fair r-ed Ier, and ve- in- to Itle ,to md fly, 5:60 I CARRIE FRAZIER JOSEPHINE CHATHAM ELIZABETH DUDLEY Santa Rosa Warrensbnrg Centerview MARY FRANCES CRISMAN MARGUERETE CRAWFORD SHIRLEY E. HULSE IDA COWDEN Green Ridge Tipton Warrensbztrg C hilhowee EDITH LOYD LILLIAN ALLEN FREDA CHARLES Orrick California Nelson EVERETT J. CHRISTY JESSIE ALDERSON EVELYN BARNETT RAY EDWARDS Bates City Lees Summit Uriclz Smithville WALLACE COOPER ROBERT FAXVCETT CLARKE Ross Warrensbitrg Kansas City Jejerson City Page 61 , I -A X ,rf jltf 711, L , -'sr ft"','f 2251: 24-.J 62.5--. j-7 If- :Wg I Rt, I 53 Q76 I 1 f ' 1 C f 1 1 X I-LL , l , i X 1 I I I 1 1 X 1 x 1 I 1 1 1 1 X H CENA CHRISTOPHER F REDA CHARLES KATHRYN ARNOLD Warrensbnrg Nelson Linn Creek EDITH BROWN AMY CASE AL Warrensbnrg Ottervllle - Otterville MA CASE ALMA MAE BOYD I' Syracuse PEARL CARY DOROTHY RICE F ERN BERRY Strasburg Lone Jack Lincoln ARCHIE BRIDGES EDNA ELDREDGE I Warrensbnr g Holden Warrensb ur LULA LEA BOONE ARVEL FARMER CLD' g Platte City JAMES EVANS A Warrensbnrg Malta Bend ' RMIN BUEKER MEARL CAMPBELL Fristoe page 62 Page 63 RUTH BUTSCHLI F ERN MORROW MARGUERITE MURDOCK Braymer I ndependenre Independence St Loms Buckner Clznton Blawstown MILDRED GREENLEE FREDA ERDMAN EUNICE RUSK Warrensburg Schell Cnty Eldon CLIFFORD N IARMAN ESTHER BINKLEY LUCY HOOK ALLEN KROHN Page 62 Page 63 P1 ttsznlle En gene Warre nsbur U Warrensb urg C1 IFTON JOHNSON AL1'RED HALLEY JOSFPH MOHLER Odessa Centervzew Leeton I W L . V f - 1 D. A x r- - i S , D YD ' ' LAURA BROWN ALMEDA JOHNSON IDA RUTH BORUM HELEN HUGHES , ' 6 :U -JUL L any ' MAEEL BURKE A RUTH ALEXANDER EDNA ERHHRT Henrietta E. Leazenworth Jefferson Czty MRS. EUGEINIA SHULL CLAUDIINE MCCOY BETHEL EMRY EVA PEDROYV Lexzngton Uriah V Toronto Adrian NIARY LEE NICROBERTS JESSIE HORTON NBTA D. BURR Harrisonoille Warrertsbrtrg Centervlew RAY FRENCH ELSIE MCCULLEY MARGARET GALLIVAN EARL PHILLIPS W . arrensbnrg Cameron Sedalza Pleasant Hill OTIS LANCASTER HUGH INGLISH DEAN GOUGH Pleasant Hill Jamestown Butler Page 64 M ARC Page 6 WV PS Ill Page 64 I I RUTH BARKER VIRGINIA MAGRUDEIQ MARY NEWTON Warrensbnrg Stanberry Garden City MARGUERITE HOTCHRISS ELNA ROGERS MARIE MIKE CLARA BELLE NICBRIDE Richmond Kansas Cily Lexington Centerview NIILDRED MAIS CLETA ROGERS KATHERINE JOHNSON Warrensbnrg La M'onte Independence RALPHO RHOADES FERN NICNIILLAN ESTHER ROBINSON KENNETH GOODNIGHT Foster Warrensburg Deepwater Warrensbnrg JAMES KIIQKPATRICK FRED DEXVEY YIRGIL SUDDATH Kansas City Breckenridge Warrensburg Page 65 5 OPAL PINE NELLIE SCHROER LUCILLE SCHULTZ Fairmount fejerson City Warrensburg THELMA ROBERTS RENA PARKS XIVILMA JACKSON MARY BOTTS Knob Noster Converse Windsor Warrensbnrg NIARY LOCKHARD JUSTINE LOWE LULA SHIRLEY Warrensbnrg Blue Springs Q Rayrnore GALDYS MACKLIN CENA GREIM FRANCES MORGAN EULA MATHEWS Independence Warrensburg Bezfier Kansas City GERALD GROSSMAN ARTHUR SMITH CHESTER ROBERTS Bosworth Jejerson City LaGrange Page 66 s fl C ,, f if f f f f f I f f f 6 , J ,X f f K 1 ff f 1 R I1 Page 62 Page 66 GARL AND QEMPLE JEAN SHARPE MILLARD JOY Warrensburg A clrzan Holden R LEE MOORE RUTH CALBERT VVRETHA BUNIGARDNER NIARY ALEX XNDEK Brayrner Lzrlcolrl Kansas Czty Warrerzsburg MARGUERITE VANMETER LEONA LAUGHLIN DELPHINE LXUGHI IN Warrensburg Lzrm Lzrm IRENE PERDUE ELIZABETH KIRBY COURTNEY LEE SNIITH NIATTIE PARKINS Grandview .Slater Clmton Carrollton WALTER LEE COOPER SAR W WEBB A C IANGENBERG Warrensburg Bates Czty Cooper Hzll Page 67 l N . n A lv A LL l S , 4. 1 .'. l I I. I o 1 44 1 i I , BERNARD SCHMITZ MELINDA JOHNSON STEPHEN NIAXVVELL Loose Creek Warrerisburg Fristoe ALICE REDD CORNELIA TAPP ALMA PARKS RUTH CORRELL Knob Noster Nevada ' Deepwater Americas, Kan. MARGARET TISING P AYTON VAUCHAN CHRISTINE M OHLER High Point New Bloomfield Warrertsbitrg LILY GRAY ARLINE MEYER DOROTHY MOORE FERN EICHLER Higginsifille Lexington Bronson, Kan. Braymer I BILL NIATTHEXVS NIARY SCHULTZ ALLEN TAGGART Raymore Center Warrensburg Page 68 Pa LL 071. ER Page 68 I PAUL ROGERS LOIS IQENDRICK JAMES RUSSELL Rich Hill Knob Nosler Clzilhowee LEON AREY ETHEL JENKINS DIARY :XNNE JENKINS ROBERT BICCLUNEY Kingston Sedalia Longwood TflfCl7'7'871'Sl71H'g FRANCES 1'fELFF JOHN SHEXYEY NIARY PREXVITT Independence Trimble Independence XVILLIAII E. SCROOOS DOROTHY WILLIAMSON PI.-XLLIE Ii.-XTHERNIAN CI-IARLES COLLETT W arrensbnfg Independence W a rrensbnrg W arrensbizrg AIARGARETTE XYALLACE A. W. NICCULLOUGH BI.-XRCIA 11.-XRNED Warrensbnrg Independence Wczrrefzsbizrg Page 69 .J- OOON DUNCAN MADALYN ROBINSON ROY BROWN Belle Warrensburg Higginsville TONY ROBINSON HARRIET OGISESBY LORRAINE WASH CARL MILBURN Warrensbnrg Warrensburg Leeton Warrensbnrg JULIA M URRY PAUL TUEPKER MARY KING ROBERTSON Chilhowee Farber Carthage CHRIS SCHMITT IRENE THOMAS ADA STEPHENS LLOYD HATEIELD Perslzin g C enterview H oustonia Powersville DALE SHARP HELLEN WILLIAMS VERNON KENNEDY Warren sburg Independence M endon Page 70 I 355' . 4 I uv 'K li z w 2,3 I ' Af. Z 'E I I Page , 1 Page 70 Page 71 JAMES VVOOLSEY MILDRED TAYLOR HERNIAN BOOTH Warrensburg Worrensburg Butler STANLEY HEDGES ALICE GILKESON MARY S POTTER JAXIES R GARRISON Warrensburg Harrzsonznlle Wafrensbnrg Wafrensbzlrg RUBY TURNBOW WILLA WITSIG EMMA FLUCKE Holden Sedalza Wellznglon KENNETH BROWN MARTHA MVHITE MYRTLE MAE XIVARREIN ESTHER HOWARD Hzggznsvzlle Tzpton Warrensburg Holden SAMUEL IVICCLUNEY KATHRYN YOURG HAY GABBERT Warrensburg Detrozt, Mach Lawson I T N A A A ,lf I V i I 'I I RUTH BRANDES ALLEN COOPER HAZEL CONSTANCE Boonville IfVar1'ensbnrg Independence W. L. DENNEY ROSEMARY STUBBLEFIELD CLAUDE COOPER THELBI.-K NIARTIN S mfithville Wafrensburg h H oustonia Eldon ICENNETH CULL DALE HOUX JONESR RUSSELL BRYANT Warfensburg Warrensbnrg Leeton RAYMOND BILLS E. FARMER LILA HOUTS RALPH MORGAN Al a gnolia Pleasant Hill Piltsmflle Watson PAUL SMITH CLYDE COOPER RONDA SHEPPERD Centervzfew Ifoustania Blazirstown Page172 f72 XVARD Emi XRDS IJERBERT KLEIN GERTRUDE HOSEY Sponsor Preszdenzf Sponsor WHO? FRESHMEN! WHEN? 2.7! ISTORY does indeed repeat itself for on September 14th 1927,accord1ng to prec edent a crowd of freshmen were again seen upon the campus of C M S T C These newly fledged collegians confidently expecting to be received as honored guests of the institution were destined to furnish by their ignorance and timidlty amusement for the audacious upperclassmen Their first great jolt came when they found they were recognized everywhere and pointed out immediately as tyros. Such expressions as Freshies lowest of creatures? Freshie button! Off the vsalk Freshman! Freshie courtesy! proved exceedingly humiliating to the new-found collegiate dignity. Natur'1ll3 the first impulse was to rebel against these rules and jeers of the upperclassmen. Howex er a few sessions of the Kangaroo Court taught the victims that valor s best part is discretion. After many long and fearful weeks they were completely oriented to college life and one bright morning they arrived on the campus to find that the galling rules and the gulling enemies had vanished into thin air and that by their good sportsmanship they had won many friends among the upperclassmen and had earned the freedom to enter into the activities of the school with all the vim of their young hearts. It is generally accepted that the Freshmen class of any institution has more pep than any other class. The Freshmen class of 27 at C. WI. S. T. C. is no exception. Through- out the year they have been loyal supporters of all the activities of the college. Their school spirit may be measured by the way they made themselves heard at pep meet- ings. Who did the yelling? VVhy Freshmen. But not only in school spirit are the Freshmen worthy of praise' they were represented on the champion football team of the college' they contributed two members to the basket ball team' the two girls on the debate team are freshmen' they have been represented in all the various organizations of the college' and all their scholastic progress has heen very superior. With all these accomplishments the Freshmen have made a proud record and they have won the deep respect and admiration of both upperclassmen and instructors. Rah! Rah! Rah! Freshmen! - Page 74 i vi ff 'io li Page 7 . ge 74 MRS DALE SHARP MARIE BEARY SARA HULL Warrensburg Powersvzlle Centervzew LUCILLE ACHAXUER RUTH BAILEY ALTA AI LEN TRESSIE BALDWIN Warrensbufg Warrensbnrg Odessa Wawensburg TOIIAZENE BLYTHE LUCILLE BROWN MARY ELI7ABETH BLEW Nelson Clanton Montrose AI TON BOWERS MILDRED VVEGENER DORA BEN7 DORRIS ROGERS Pleasant Hfll Napoleon LaMo1 te Warresnburg PAUL BROCKMAR DOR5EY BURGESS WAYNE BELL Concordza H1ggznsv1lle Pleasant Htll Page 7 5 I I I I I 1 1' , 4 4 A 4 , Y ' 4 . .1 3 z 2 5 E I 1 Q W ur, j M W n 61 1 ,Z 41 I N I LESTER FIELDS BERA DESCOBIBES HOLLAND BUTTERFIELD Kansas City Leclorz A1-:llville NIARJORIE FRANK ETHEL HORTON IOLA CURD HELEN BUSICK H 17 ggmszvill e Hume Gower P ala NI.-XRY jo FOSTER NIAURINE ZXRNOLD VELLIA D1Nw1DD1E Knob Nosler Raymorel . Sedalia NIINNIE COOPER FRANCES NIORRI5 BLANCHE EMSRY ELIZABETH CLARK Hfarrerzsbzlrg Slrasburg Pleasant Hill Warrensburg BIERRITT O. MOON ALBERTA BUNN ALBERT FAULXVELL Humarzsville Vlfarrerzsbrzrg Syracuse Y Page 76 r A f X Page 1 1 4 4 N vmwr: , , ,, --V..,, , HARRY PARKER HANNAH BELLE SEARS MAX ALLEE 1 Julesburg, Colo. Pleasant Hill Warrefzsbnrg MAR1ON BRIGHT FERN BUCKNER TYLER NIYRA BUMGARDNER KATURAH DAVIS Warrensbnrg Glasgow Kansas City Holden KATHRYN BRYAN NELL1E DELAPP NIABEL BECKER Speed LaM'onte Eldon c MATTIE INMAN DOROTHY CvOLLAD,-XY LORENA BORGMAN Ii.-XTHRYN COOPER Slater Otterzfille Levasy Henrietta CALVIN CULWELL NIABEL TEMPLE DALE BUSH Vandalia Iflfarrensbnrg Warrensbnrg Ige 76 Page 77 CLEOIA NICCULLOUGI-I HELEN MURPHY DEMA NOLAND Polo Chillzowee Waldron VIRGINIA BRENNEMAN ERNESTINE BII,I,s IRENE HUGHES MARGARET LEBBING Norborne Magnolia Blairstown Boonville MARY MCELHANEY MARTHA NICCULLOUGH ETHEL JO HAI,I. Appleton City Polo Warrensburg RAY BLOUNT IRENE BROOKS GEORGIA FISHBACK DOUGLASS ADCOCK Syracuse Warrerzsburg Odessa Knob Nosler VICTOR HOWARD JACK FOSTER STEPHEN CHILDRESS Warrensburg Warrensburg Archie Page 76 7 , af . j g V: ' fg 21, 254 ' Y f 5 -,. 1. 5 If: 4 1- 1 M A 1 f 4 1 ,V :. -1 1 4 4 f ff I1 M Page 79 K I : ! I N I I i i NIARY MCLEAN MARY KEITH MYRTLE HOUSTON Clifton Hill Odessa A Belton JG LORENA BUEKER KATHERINE HATFIELD ELLEN MARKWARD PAULINE FLUTY Malta Bend Warrensburg Warrensburg Warrensbnrg HELEN V. GREIM JULIA MILLER NIELBA ST. CLAIR Warrensburg Odessa Lone Jack K MARY E. NICVVILLIAMS LEONA DOBSON LENA IQINNE MILDRED DEFEBAUG1-I Brookjield Peculiar Hamilton Raymore FRANCIS MATLOCK OTHO DAHLER LESTER DONAIIOE 3 Warrensbnrg Odessa Speed l 1 I ,age 76 Page 79 I F if F I I I l I l I F I ETHEL CREEL VIRGINIA LEE DAVIS 'NANNIE ELLEN KEDIGH A i . Norborne Warreizsbnrg Ballard Q FRANCES FRAZER FRANCES SHOEMAKER RUTH MCELWEE LEE RUTH BRUNK Chin Lee, A riz. Eldon Cliilhowee Olterville , 5 l ONETA MCCLARY PAULINE HUPPER1' PAULINE JONES 1 Smithville Wafhington Wafre1isbiirg E ' ANN DRAPER ELIZABETH PARKINS PEARLE HOXVARD LILLIAN BROYVN I Wafrensbufg Carrollton Warrensbiirg Clinton , FRANK JARMAN GEORGE HESTER CLARK BUSH l Pitlsville Warrensburg Warrensburg I P I Page 80 page 1 6 UNK VN Page 80 I W JAMES FERGUSON RUBY FALCONER DELBERT PETRE Warrensburg Warren sbnrg Independence HELEN STEVENS GERALDINE STRANV VIOLET SCHIEBER IDA MARIE MAHAN Warrensbnrg Deepwater Odessa Knob Noster KITTIE SVVISHER HILDRETH NICQUITTY LETTIE WYMAN Marshall Chilhowee Cenlerview ANDREE OSBORNE CHARLOTTE FOSTER NIARIAN REED n RENA PUCKETT X Butler Warrensburg Holden Mdyzview HARLEY HOAR, JR. ADELIA BOBBITT PAUL WRIGHT Warrensbzlrg LdM0nte Brnrnley Page Sl EUGENE DESCOMBES PEARL ASELMEYER NORMAN RANUM V Warrensburg Arrow Rock Barnett ' GRACE OXVEN FERN HART ETHEL WESTBROOK ESTHER AHOSSIVIANN W arrensburg Warsaw H oustortia Cahforriia IRENE DAY FLORENCE BARNHARD GERALDINE MEANS Odessa Odessa Fairfax HELEN WOOD CARRIE NORINIAN ALBERTINE YVOOD JOSEPHINE WOOD Warrensburg Iflfarrerzsbzirg Peculiar Peculiar DAVID NORMAN EVA WEBB PRESTON LANGFORD Warreusbitrg Bates City Warrensburg Page 82 w x f. A ' H Pc Q 4 I I R XLPH RIND LAURA AREY JACK STONE Wmdsor Kmgston Warrensburv ouI5A YELTOIN NADINE 'XUSTIN NIARY IRVINL HILDRED SPAIN Alooresulle Centerwew Cenlervzew Vlfarrensbufg I:.sT1-IER MORRIS OPAL H XTFIELD OPAL Nom LIN Warrensburg Powrfrsvzlle Harrzsonz ille JOYCE STOCKTON YN AIADA TABLER IRENE SALMON XX ILLIE PAINTER Warrensburg Ilardm Eas7ey Iflfarrensburg H XROLD PAINTER NORENE I Eu IS GILBERT H ws Drevden Sedalw Versazlles 6 82 Pave S3 1 Y i , , , I I L I 5 g W, T J 1 I ' 'V I 1 I! L J I I I 1 1 Y I 5 . ' I1 A . A A .A A A F1 " 'sb 'N -g I- ' 1 ' . I 1 I A Ig, '. .FV I V. I 1 , , Q 'L' I . I' If ' I H I' 1 3 L5 ' ' ' I' .' 3 1 I NIICHAEL RICE ETHEI. GRUEBBEL GLEN LOTSPEICH Warrensburg Concordia Garden Clly f I I K , 41' X 2 I mu HILDA RUMPF STELLA N OLAND GENEVIEVE MCARTHUR CECILE WHITFIELD Saxton Waldron Calhoun Holden ALICE FEASEL LOUELILEN NEFF EDNA CRAVVFORD Klngsoille 2 Cenffrview LaMonle NIYRTLE OSVVALD ANNA MAE SUFFECOOL PANSY MILLER CLARA RUCKEL Hnghesville Garden City Klngsville Crelghlon JACK REDEORD BELLE SAXTON PAUL IQILLION Warrensbnrg Leeton Sedalla Page 84 P04 ,D Page 84 I HARRISON PRESTON ANNA MARIE THURSTON JOHN BURNETT Greenjield Knob Nosler Warrensburg OPAL VAUGHAN RUBY VAUGHAN LUCILLE STARR LAURA YELTON Miami Miami Sedalia Illoorexville JOSEPHINE HEBEL PEARL TEMPLE CHARLOTTE XIVEST Holden Oak Grove Holden ARLIE MAE SEVIER EILEEN WILLIAMS BEATRICE NIAST LOUISE LEACH Uriah Harrisonville Alontrose Holden L. D. BRANTLEY VVILMA NIAY THEODORE UTLANT W arrensb zu' g H a rrisoiizrille Waverly I Page 85 . 1 1 I 11, 1. 11' .11 1,1 111 I1, 1,,! W ' 1 1 2 1 1 . 1 I . I 1 1 II I1 I I 1I 11 I .I I I 1 I I I I I I III 11: 1 I 1 1 II I II 1I,1 II II 1 I I II I III IIIN 1' 'III II III III I I II I I1 II I I I. I 1 1 1 I II 1 1 I 1 , I , 1 2: 4 If gf, 77 ' ul if 1,-. ' . .fijci xi I EI yr 1 V .1-,, 1 . 7 vga' E V311 I Q I '4 LL- I CECIL KELSO DOROTHY STRATTON RAYMOND ROLLINS I Metz Hardin ' Warreiisbiirg MILDIIED MELTON BERNICE MURPHY RUTH NOBLE REBECCA NEWTON Galena Deepwater Eldorado Springs Garden City IVIARIE SMITH NIABLE SCHOOLING ---Q ' B ittler W arrensburg - - FRANCES DAVIS MARY MCELHANEY INA NIAE NICHOLS LOIS XVINN Blairstowrt Appleton City LaToitr Corder 1 BUEORD NICEOWEN EVA MAE NICBRIDE IIVADE HAXRTRICK k Peculiar Sedalia Butler Page 86 Page ON Page 86 L! X J ' 1 I ' ' ' f HAROLD lVIILLIKEN BERYL HOLNIAN LANVRENCE BRACKEN W arrensburg Richmond Warrensbilrg LAUVERA LEHMAN FREDA LEHMAN JESSIE YVHITE HELEN ROSE Versailles Versailles Sedalia Carrollton RUTH STEPHENS HELEN MOTHERSEAD ELDA STEPHENSON Houstzmia Warresnburg Warrenslmrg NADINE MEANS GLADYS STARK H:XRRIET RUCKEL ELSIE R1CE Fairfax Freeman Creighton Green Ridge EARL CAMPBELL BERNICE FICKE JOHN R. YELTON F risloe C lzilhowee Jllooresvzflle Page 87 'n LELAND IQENNEDY ALICE KIRCHER MARION SHANNON Meridon Pleasant Hill Chilhowee MAX GRAI' CLEORA WELLER CATHERINE ZINK HUBERT FITZGEREL Warrensburg Warrensburg Q K Knob Nosler La Tour ELIZABETH SMISER MARJORIE GILLILAND LETA JOE SHELTON Warrensburg Eldon Warrensbnrg ANNA K. GRENNII ELI. ERMA FEATHERSTON ERNESTINE SPANGENBERO FLORENCE ROLLINS Clzilliowee Warrensbnrg Windsor Srnitlwille D.-XRYL IQANOX NIARGARET NIILLS RALPH PAPE Warrensburg Blue Springs Concordia Page 88 pf- 4.1 W QM. Q Q32 , -:fi I. 41. ,W .fi jf.:-1 '-lv :ff 2' , 'ix V214 , 2' ' M lil? Y, ,1 , I 5 fi W vi, 5 1. ll Q . 1 X' , 4 Af 1 F? I ff' :-A fr if A2 I . Z ? .1 A I I X l 4, 9 " f f 5 i -9,3 . 3, A Page S J 1 7 V' ,rg eff I NA , Wvvfw I A - 3 I L NS I R Page 88 Page S9 l First row J. W. DAVIS HERBERT ALBERS LAVONNE KASII Warrensburg Washington M ontrose PAUL SCHONDELMAIER EUGENE GUNN Houstonia Higginsoille Second row MARY ALLAN MARY WILLIAMS HELEN SCHONDELMAIER Lawrence, Kan. Warrensbnrg Hoaslonia LILLIAN SCHONVENGERGT VESTA TETLEY Independence Warrensburg Third row JOI-IN FOLEY CARRELL SCHRIMSHER NIABLE BYEEE Nellleton Oak Grove California RUTH KILLION AGNES TAGGART Oak Grove Warrensburg Fourth row HOXYARD BASHAM LAXVRENCE KANOY LOUISE BARNETT Warrensburg Ufarrensburg Poplar Bluj HERBERT KLEIN BYRON PILCHER Higginsuille Knob Noster I 'V III il I 3 I CLASS DAYS UST for a moment lets turn the clock of our lives ahead for twenty, yes fifteen or perhaps only ten years Let s imagine ourselves seated at a desk on which 1S spread a map a strange sort of map, but a most interesting one There at the top in bold letters appears the title My College Days We hurry with eagerness to peruse it yes even to study it At first glance there appear four main divisions four states named Fresh man Sophomore junior and Senior Those are the four years we spent at C M S T C four happy years too But equally noticeable in each state there is a what IS it? It appears to be a mountain and we examine more closely to see the printed name In Freshman state it IS Gypsy Day in Sopho more state Farmers Day in Junior state, Hobo Day and in Senlor state Kid Day Certainly those were the Class Days What fun we had as gypsles with our gaily colored costumes burnt umber beads bracelets t1n cups and iolly classmates each v1e1ng with the other for the honor of getting the most pennies Then when we donned our overalls or aprons and bonnets as choice only prompted and went to Pertle Springs to enjoy country life for a while and to partake of a real DICHIC dinner-oh' that was an always to be remembered day And Hobo Day it wasn t any more fun but 1t was just as much But Kid Dav, perhaps because t was just before Commencement when we were feeling the weight of the world so rapidly taking its place upon our shoulders, to attire our- selves as kids and to act as kids was a most pleasant diversion That s enough to think about for a while so let s fold our map. But what s that on the back of it? It says History of Class Days, and continues: Gypsy Day is the oldest of our class days formally observed since 1912. At that time, and until 1920 it was observed annually by the juniors of the school. In 1919 however the school was made a four-year college and automatically Gypsy Day became a freshman frolic ' C 1 Farmers Day was first celebrated by the freshmen in 1919 but in 1920 the sophomores adopted it as their class day and have celebrated it each year since. Hobo Day sometimes known as Scout Day is the junior class day now. It dates from 1923 and is marked by the appearance on the campus and about town one day each year, of a group of clowns bums, tramps and many other curious looking characters all of whom, upon close inspection, prove to be our junior friends and acquaintances 1 Kid Day hasn t outgrown its infancy yet and so has not made any history for the world. Nevertheless the seniors have had such a good time the two or three years that they have celebrated it that it is certain to become an annual affair, taking its place as an event of "Senior lfVeek" each spring." Page 90 -J-33' rf f N fav X is l venty, yes at a desk stlng one We hurry Led Fresh spent at ach state rune more n 'Sopho nor state as gypsxes cups, and the most as ChO1C6 11e and to red day K1d Dav ehng the ttlre our ut what s nce 1912 ie school mat1cally 1920 the iay now 1d about ny other o be our V hlstory e two or 1 annual Pag 90 -.-.sf ,,-1-ARA ,AQ- WM' """'il"'f' 45 Y " -M65 .3157 ORCAN ZATICNS 1 f 4 "7. Y ' 'lr ' , V11 UW! 11 ' 11' xg 1 - ' V! , :x Il -..LA U - I - V -., 7 an ,V X ' 11 7 w . K X V! . 1 , :I g M' v 1 k sz ' M ' 1 ' 1 :ar since. ' ---... ff'-3'5" VW.L1':Z'-A '95 e , ,. ,, t,,, 1,g.1,-.. e-e4.N:.f - -1 f J"""""" so A" 1 " W ' 1' :- x r 8 i 1 .. F W. A 1 T 1 5 ,, .1 1 4 3 KK rf in cc D W p1 ar C 01 Si Pl I JOHN W..THOhIAS PROF. W. E. MORRONX7 XVILLIAM BYLER Editor-in-Chief Faculty Advisor Business Manager VESTA BINKLEY ANNA B. CROSS Art Editor Literary Editor GRACE KEIQNEY' E AMY ROOP FLORENCE B. ROGERS Literary Assistant Secretary Art Assistant ROBERT LEE COOPER HERBERT L. NICCLURE Advertising Manager Treasurer T HE RHETUR " HETORH is the name of the school annual of the Central Missouri State Teachers' College. It was first issued as a student publication without the aid of faculty supervision. The first volume appeared in 1905. When Prof. Walter E. Morrow became a member of the faculty of this institution in 1909, he was the first faculty advisor ofthe Rhetor, and has since continued to serve in that capacity, with the exception of the year 1924, when Dr. C. A. Phillips was advisor of the publication. The name Rhetor is derived from a Greek word and means "one who speaks," which is fitting and appropriate as the name of a school annual whose purpose of publication is that it may review, by means of pictures and verbal records, activities and friendships, pleasure and happiness of the past. The Rhetor is one of the biggest and most important undertakings of the College: for the school annual serves not only as a record, it is an advertisement of the institution. To publish this book is the responsibility of the Senior class. Each year a staff consisting of nine members is chosen by the Seniors to accomplish this task. Page 91 :....... I 'T , ,, ' V i X ',l,,.,:i.gl.....g.f- 1 ' . , . 3 : - ' : ' ' i V- . , .. , , 7 . . '.s 'Q X. ...f Central il4l.S.YOllIhSfl1fC Tezzclgem College i g f,........,-.............,.,.,,.y y Ninja-5.14 -- f v- --- f- A-'fm ,fa-L. ram.,-we mga? M. 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'f7f.f..,.l..!Wi41,.4 wifww-ww-'fmmffz-W we .Y ef 4 ' - ' .0 H2 ' 'amiwvfi-MA?-1'f+'w1z.Qw!S1Yfx'2.f 3,.lf.fxfwa:-31944. w 'A M , ' , ,f 'V ' 'H ', of me HGMM?fi"zrfff".Swfvl.-wfzfw,'www-wa-af 9k+:gf1waQ,5:pg,.Wi1VZx'!gT' 1' W f , Q , , f, A 'ws-ww-,412 ff " Q " yea" Lair .V 1 if " fl 2 hz' 'i , , . ,Ms .,.,,,,.,.,..,,.- W 'WT - ' ff? 2 THE STUDENT " HE STUDENT" is the official organ of C. M. S. T. C. It is edited by the class in journalism, under the direction of Professor Ben R. Craig, of the English Department. ' 'lThe Student" gained its name in 1917, after having been called "The Crescent," and "The Normal Review" for thirty-two years. Since 1926 the paper has been a seven-column publication composed of thirty-five per cent advertising matter and sixty-live per cent news. It appears on the Campus every Tuesday of the school term at twelve o'clock. This newspaper, besides mirroring the life. of the campus, in- forms former students and alumni of the happenings at Warrens- burg. It has a large exchange with other colleges, and is sent to a number of high schools in the district, thus serving to advertise C. M. S. T. C. Page 92 ll .. .--.. ......: an-.""',,,L .1 mg mn intl EXW Sm? :F A . ,,. . 831612 I ,114 F wr mf.. , Z ,ff .iii . Z ., : 2 F411- ,, 4 an JW STUDENT COUNCIL Faculty Sponsors DR. E. L. HENDRICKS DEAN W. W. PARKER MRS. O..L. HOUTS OFFICERS President . . . . JAMES KIRKPATRICK Vice-President . . GLEN DICKERSON Secretary-Treasurer . ELISABETH FERGUSON HE Student Council of the Central Missouri State Teachers' College is the most representative organization on the campus. Its membership includes one representative from each campus organi- zation. It is the duty of these representatives to make a complete report to the organizations which they represent. In that way the Student Council serves as a medium between faculty and students. One of the most important achievements of the Student Council during recent years was drafting and recommending to the Board of Regents the plan that was adopted for financing the Rhetor and the College Artist Course. This plan was made effective during the summer quarter of 1926. 'age 92" Page 93 MUSIC DEPARTMENT LAWRENCE LEE BETHEL ERMA MAEBRADEN ALFRED BLECKSCHMIDT W. L. DENNY J. EDWARD ELLIOTT FRANCES FARRIS DEAN GOUGH Director . A ccompanist CEENEVIEVE BANTA ALFRED BLECKSCHMIDT FREDERIC BROKANV KATHERINE BROKAW HAROLD BROWN Q LEE RUTH BRUNK GLEE CLUB WADE HIARTIRCK MARY GRACE JEROME DALE HOUX JONES ROBERT MCCLUNEYA ELSIE MCCULLEY LELAND MARKWARD RALPH PALMER LUCILLE ROBERTSON VIRGINIA RUDY CHRIST SCHMITT LTLLIAN SCHOWENGERDT COURTNEY LEE SMITH LOUISE STRAW VIRGIL SUDDATH SAMUEL WILLIAMS . PROF. PAUL R. UTT , MISS DOROTHY BLUNT ORCHESTRA JANICE COLLINS CALVIN CULWELL W. L. DENNY CARRIE FRAZIER lVlABE.L GIESCHEN A MATTIE IMAN CLAUDINE MCCOY HAROLD ORR RALPH PAPE ADA POLLOCK MAY STEVENS lVlARTHA WHITE - ,. LEIGHTON LANDIS A Director . PRoE.MAx MARTIN HE Glee Club, composed of more than twenty voices, made its first appear- ance before the Teachers' Association' in October. A little later, a very suc- cessful program was given at Clinton. After the- holidays the Club, with fourteen additional members, began work on Sullivan's "Pinafore." This opera was presented to a highly appreciative audience on Thursday, March 17. On March 28, the Glee Club and a few of the Orchestra members gave a radio performance of this Opera over WOS at Jefferson City. En route, several high schools were visited and given a half hour of music. While in Jefferson City the Glee Club had 'the privilege of entertaining the State Legislature. ' The Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Martin, gave a vesper service of its own just before the holidays: It also played the accompaniments for "Pina- fore." ' No separate -college band has been maintained this Season, as Mr. Essig thought it more valuable for the college players to get the training of playing with the more experienced players in the city band. Page 94 DT I ar- .lc- zen vas rch lce are ,ub of 1a- sig ith e94 Y. W C. A. OFFICERS President . .... LUCILE SEAMANDS Vice-President . A T HELMA WHITNEY Secretary . . . GRACE KEENEY Treasurer . . KATHERINE BROKAW F Sponsor . . Miss LAURA L. RUNYON HF Young Women's Christian Association is an international organization of long and high standing in Central Missouri State Teachers' College. It isa fellowship of college women, students and faculty, who seek to express and promote their Christian faith and character through weekly vesper services. Not only are the meetings open to all college women, but a beautiful room, fitted with desks, rock- ing chairs, and couches, is also free for them to use. This room was made even more attractive this year by the Board of Regents, who re- finished the furniture and gave new draperies. . In order to broaden the outlook of the local organization, the president attended the Southwest Regional Conference at Monte, Ne, Arkansas. She brought back many useful ideas which have been very helpful to the organization during the past year. Last fall the Y. W. C. A. gave an "Introductory Party" to which freshmen girls were invited, and about two hundred attended. This party's success was measured in the number of friendships made during the evening. ' - Many students are greatly helped through the Y. W. C. A. Loan Fund. Thirty-seven worthy students received aid this year. - -MJ. H. Page 96 l 4 TF Dc ER VE Rl Lo FR V13 KA IR1 IR1 LE M. W1 GL AL AN EL RL ED AN OP Pug age 96 I ' I I W I I I i I 3 lg ,I J SN 1 1 1 l I 1 I I TRESSIE BALD-WIN DORA BENZ ERNESTINE BILLS VERNA BISHOP RUTH BLACKBURN LORENA BORGMAN FRANCES BRADFOR YOUNG, HOFFNIAN, KEENEY, SEAMANDS CROSS, GREIM, HUMPHREYS, RABER FERGUSON, SCHOOLING, VVHITNEY, BROKAXV MEMBERS K.ATURAH DAVIS RUTH FARMER ELISABETI-I FERGUSON EMMA FLUCKE MARJORIE FRANK FRANCES FRAZER D ALICE GILKESON VIRGINIA BRENNEMAN RUTH ANNE GLASPEY KATHERINE BROKAXV LUCILLE GOTTSCHALK IRENE BROOKS IRENE BROWN LEE RUTH BRUNK ANNA K. GREENWEIL CENA GREIM HELEN V. GREIM MYRA BUMGARDNER ETHEL GRUEBIIEI, WRETHA BUMGARDNER MARCIA LT.-XRNED GLADYS BURCHAM ALMA CASE AMY CASE ELIZABETH CLARK RUTH CORRELL EDITH CRAIGHEAD ANNA CROSS OPAL CROSS Page 97 FERN HART CLADYS HENLEY RACHEL HOFFMAN LILA HOUTS SHIRLEY HULSE GRACE KEENEY LENA ICINNE ELIZABETH ICIRBY LYDIA KNAPP DELPHINE LAUGHLIN LEONA LAUGHLIN CUMA LAY MARGARET LEBBING FREDA LEHMAN LAUVERA LEHNIIAN CLEOLA MCCOLLOUGH ELSIE IVYCCULLEY FERN NTCTVIILLAN ELLEN M ARKXYARD FERN MAXWELL FRANCES MORGAN LOUELLEN NEFF NIILLIE OYBRIEN VIRGINIA PETERSEN MILORED JO HUXIPHREYS RENA PUCKETT NELLE IMAN PAULINE JONES EDNA IQAISER DRUSILLA RABEIQ RUTH RIDDLE ELNA ROGERS , CLARK FLORENCE ROGERS MARY LOU ROGERS CLARA RUCKEL HARRUIET RUCKEL EUNICE RUSK NI,-XBLE SCHOOLING LILLIAN SCHOIVENGERD LUCILE SEAMANDS XIELMA SEATON GLADYS STARK LUCILE STEVENS EVA JANE STEWART MARY SWISHER TVIILDRED TAYLOR PEARL TEMPLE BLANCHE THOMAS RUBY TURNBOW PAYTON VAUGQHN HATTIE MAY YY.-XRNER AUDREY WHITE THELMA WHITNEY ICATHRYN YOUNG Y. M. C. A. CABINET Sponsor . . . Sponsor . President . . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer . . . A. Chaplain . . - . . A .Q Stitclent Council Representative . Chairman illembership Committee . Chairman Social Committee . . Chairman Program Committee . C lzairman Publicity Committee DR. C. H. MCCLURE . W. F. MORROW . OSCAR ERICKSON JOHN W. THOMAS. . ARMIN BUEKER, . REv. R. L. BOWERS . WILLIE HUEBNER . PAUL ROGERS HOWARD PATTERSON J. ALAN BOULTON FLOYD BILLINGSLEY FTER havingobeen inactive during the first part of the year,fthe 1Young Men's Christian Association, under the sponsorship of Dr. C. H. McClure, was reorganizedon February 2, 1927. The purpose of the Organization is to promote Christian fellowship, Christian ideals, and Christian principles among the men of C. M. S. T. C. Its membership is open to all men of the college. It holds weekly meetings each Tuesday in Room 307, Administration Building. The Annual State Convention of the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. which will be held in VVarrensburg during the latter part of March, will furnish opportunity for the local organization to be of real service and to prove itself a live and Worthwhile group. A committee has been appointed for the purpose of making a survey of church attendance on the part of the students. With the aid of the information thus obtained, the Y. M. C. A. will strive to promote more regular church attendance as well as more active participation on the part of students in other forms of church work. -W. H. Page 98 2 l 5 I - l i u l I1 r I li ,P I l 1 5 Page ' V l r 1 Page 99 THE CABINET ROGERS, BUEKER, THOMAS, ERICKSON IVIORROXV, MCCLURE BILLINGSLE PROF. H. H. BASS D. HARTLEY BEARY FLOYD BILLINGSLEY HAROLD BOSTON AI AN BOULTON REV. R. I.. BOWERS REV. I.. D. BRANTLEY :XRCHIE BRIDGES ARMIN BUEKER WILLIAM BYLER FRED CAMERON WTEARI, CAMPBELL CHARLES COLLETT R. LEE COOPER WALLACE COOPER CALVIN CULWELL OTHO DAHLER :ALFRED DREYSSE Y, BOULTON, TTUEBNER, MEMBERS IQ.-XY EDWARDS OSCAR ERICKSON JAMES EVANS J. D. EWING JAMES FERGUSON HUBERT FITZGEREL JOHN HAYBIAKER DR. E. I.. HENDRICKS SEXY.-XRD HOOD CLIFFORD J.-XRMAN CLIFTON JOHNSON EUGENE JOHNSON NIILLARD JOY DR. C. H. MCCLURE HERBERT NICCLURE STEPHEN IXIAXVYELL CARL NIILBIIRN PATTERSON HAROLD NTILLIKEN EARL PAGE HAROLD P.-XINTER DEAN W. W. PARKER HOXVARD PATTERSON HARRISON PRESTON RALPHO RHOADES PAUL ROGERS CLARKE ROSS CHRIST SCHMITT W. E. SCROGGS JACK STONE JOHN W. THOMAS CARL TURNER THEODORE UTLANT JUSTIN WALKER ORVILLE XYITHEROXY SAMUEL WILLIAMS RELIGIOUS TEACHING AS A IDIIASE UE EDUCATION INCE the separation of Church and State we have been experimenting with the relationship of religion to the development of moral character. In the separation mentioned I doubt if it were ever intended that the State should become non-religious. In any event we are now debating the value of religious teaching as a phase of education. I In his farewell address, George Washington said: "Whatever may be con- ceded to the iniiuence of rehned education on minds of peculiar structure, reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principles." , Daniel Webster said: "It is a mockery and an insult. to common sense to maintain that a school for the instruction of youth from which Christian instruc- tion is shut out is not atheistical and 1nHdel." Wfe have drifted far from the moral anchorage of colonial days. Educators now afhrm that the basis necessary for moral development rests in the truths of our daily program. Accuracy in mathematics develops moral character. The making of a perfect joint in the shop carries over into moral stamina. If this be the whole truth then we need give no further attention to religious teach- ing as a phase of education. But experimentation has not proved the adequacy of ethics. In truth I had rather accept the opposite deduction, for which many illustrations might be produced. I believe that religion can be used to splendid advantage in the development of moral character with no reference to Church or denominations. Surely there are common attributes of God which can be taught to children without offense to any churchman. Is not the love of Christ the very basis of our theory of democracy? Is not the recognition of God, who has power over their destiny, necessary to the proper development of child life? Wi'thout preaching at them, students may be led to see that a pure heart guided by a clear mind is the best gift offered at the shrine of our commonwealth. Physical laws are as much a part of God's creation as divine laws. The laws of health are God's laws. The laws of proper human relationship are God's laws. They are all sacred if presented in the spirit of religion. Beyond reason is faith exemplihed in the search of science for truth. How futile to stage a conflict between science and religion or to fancy that religion can suffer from discovery of truth! What tragedy if you omit the cardinal principles of religion! I wish therefore that graduates of our teachers college would be positive in the teaching of those attributes of divinity without which democracy may not endure. I hope also that you as individuals may profit by the spirit of religion, for if no self is worth doing for then no other self is worth doing for. May you who study and play and build Annuals and achieve to the honor of your Alma Mater- may you exemplify the poet's expression, "Henceforth I ask not good fortuneg I, myself, am good fortune." Signed, E. L. HENDRICKS, President. Page100 ith ihe 11d JUS H1- QOH lfl to LIC- ors ths ,er. If ch- 1 I ght the ns. ren of ver EEF fhe d's E02 om on! : in not for rho r... :L 'I00 Y N CRESCENDU CLUB MEMBERS VVENONAH BAILE ALFRED BLECKSCHMIDT ERMA LEE BRADEN HAROLD BROXVN MARY FRANCES CRISSMAN DALE DOUGLAS VIOLA FITTERLING CENA GREIM KARL HARDEY ELSIE LICHTE CLAUDINE MCCOY ELSIE MCCULLEY HAZEL MATZENAUER IRMA MAYES DOROTHY MOORE ADA POLLOCK RUTH PUMQPHREY MADALYN ROBINSON TONY ROBINSONS VIRGINIA RUDY CLARA BELLE MCBRIDE V LUCILE SEAMANDS HARYVOOD SHOCKEY DORIS STACY MAY STEVENS LOUISE STRANV MARGUERITE VAN METER LILLIAN WALTON AUDREY WHITE NADINE WIHITE BERNICE WOOD Sponsors MISS DOROTHY BLUNT PROF. PAUL R. UTT I MISS EUGENIA DELLER I MRS. PAUL R. UTT MR. MAX MARTIN OFFICERS President . , ALFRED BLECKSCHMIDT Vtee-Preszdent . WENONAH BAILE Secretary . . . BERNICE WOOD Treasurer .... ADA POLLOCK Sergeant-at-Arms . - . . HAROLD BROXVN Student Council Representative . . KARL HARDEY Page 102 zu -2 i 2 4 lx V - I I .ll TER ' 102 , N V I UN !. '1' ML: Fvrft li-14 SUDALTTAS LATTNA Esse Quaim Viderfi-To be rather than to seem GFFICERS 4 President . . . . . DRUSILLA RABER Vice-President . . AGNES SULLIVAN Secretary . . . KATHERINE BROKAW' Treasmer . . . CHRIST SCHMITT Sponsor . Miss MAUDE BEAMER RUE to its motto, Sodalitas Latina, since its organization on October 16, 1923, has been one of the most active organizations on the campus. As its Christmas program, Sodalitas Latina presented in Latin "Christus Parvulus," a play of the Christmas story. The Club meetings, held twice a month, center around Roman life and history. Those dealing with the Forum and history and development of the Roman theatre have been especially interesting. The Club led all organizations of its type in the sale of Christmas seals. At the Spring Contests held here every year, Sodalitas Latina presents the cup to the team winning in Latin. The Club also gives a tea for the contestants and visiting teachers. As its annual projectiSodalitas Latina presented, on April 1, the old Greek play, the "Menaechmi," by Plautus. -K. B. Page 103 lRRllMAR'Y CLUB OFFICERS C President . . .... LAURA BROWN Vice-President . . RUTH HENDERSON' Secretary-Treasurer' . MATTIE PARKINS Sponsor ...... Miss CHARLTON HE Primary Club of C. MQ S. Ti C. is one of the most active and beneticial Organizations on the campus. It is affiliated with the National Council of Primary Education, through which the specializing students are kept in touch with the accomplishments in Primary Edu- cation throughout the country. The Club was organized in 1916 with a membership of twenty girls. It has grown until its present enrollment numbers seventy members. Meetings are held twice a month, the time being given over to different types of recreational and professional work, which includes lectures by members of the faculty, plays, games, kid parties, various types of construction work, wiener roasts, and celebrations of special days. The outstanding social event of the year is the annual banquet held in the spring quarter. To most members of the Primary Council this occasion remains as one of the happiest memories of Central Missouri State Teachers' College. r -J. MCC. Page 1041 , i hi' Li 2 t'11iak.1L, R- iva. , ' l .. ! v..,..w fi. , -s if, af: '-K 5, i 2 37 un sci evi dis ear niz wl is ' sci Tl Cl qu Sc f ui Pug Asa. XI 5 A Q- LAI 4 Z 1 041 sCiUeNC1E CLUB OFFICERS t President ...... J. ALAN BOULTON Vice-President . . . GERTRUDE MCCORD Secretary-Treasurer . . . ELISANBETH FERGUSON I-IE Science Club has been a very active organization this year. Its member- ship is composed of students who are deeply interested in the promotion of scientihc-thinking among all people. The Club meets the hrst and third Monday evenings of each month. At each meeting some subject relating to science is discussed. In this way opportunity is given to relate the different sciences to each other, and to view science properly evaluated with respect to everyday life. The Club brings to the College each year a number of men and Women recog- nized in the field of science for outstanding Work they have done or concerning which they are Well versed. In this Way it is possible to keep in touch with what is being accomplished in the field of science and to stimulate a greater interest in scientific Work. C All club ,meetings are open to visitors and townspeople who are interested- The programs are of such nature that good attendance is always assured. The Club has been in existence for many years and has never been inactive for a single quarter. Its success is largely due to the interest of the faculty members of the- Science Departments and those students who are actively interested in the furthering of science teaching. -J. A. B. Page 105 CANEARTES N OCTOBER 9, 1926, a summons appeared on the bulletin board that read as follows: "All girls with enough pep who are interested in a pep organiza- tion meet at noon today." A About twelve girls met and elected the following officers: Elisabeth Fergu- son, Presidentg Rosemary StubblefieldjVice-President, Josephine Wood, Secre- tary, and Irene Brooks, Treasurer. The name "Canearies" was chosen because of the emblem, the cane. Before long several new members were taken in and sev- eral dropped, until a membership of twenty-five now remains. The Canearies made their first public appearance at the football game with Central College. They gave a stunt which met with great success and was fol- lowed by similar stunts at all the home games. Late in the season the Canearies accompanied the Mules to Maryville, where the game which would largely de- termine our team's chance for the M. I. A. A. championship was to be played. The trip was well worth while, for the Mules won 13 to 0. The next big movement ahead of the Canearies was to get a uniform costume. By having HDoughnut VVeek," candy sales very often, and, with the help of XY. A. A., bringing Tony Sarg's Marionettes to C. M. S. T. C., they were able to buy their red sweaters with black guards on them. The Canearies have appeared at every basket ball game and have lived up to their purposes: To develop college spirit along every line, to further true sports- manship, and to be an organized help to the athletic department of the college. A A Page 106 2 ' -in f af Y if of sh -Vlvsl-ig :F u Y i 114 1 uf I-. ' Lol 9. Pa, read n1za ergu 1ecre cause l sev wlth s fo y de ayed ume D Of 1le to d up OI'tS ege zge 106 P MULES HEELS HE present Mules Heels organ1zat1on was started 1n the fall of 1926, wlth a membershlp of live men Smce that t1me the Club has developed 1nto one of the progresslve socral organ17at1ons on the campus At present the member sh1p 1S composed of twenty Hve young men They are H-ARLAND NIAYES Sponsor RELNETH GOODINIGHT 29 Warrensburg MAX ALLEF 30 Warrensburg JACK GRKH-DI 28 jameson H XRRY BARROL 28 Kansas Cxty BILL GROSSNIXN 29 Bosxx orth LUXREINCE L BETHEL 28 Warrensburg ALLE1x IQROHIX 28 Warrensburg IIxRoLD BosTow 28 Gram Valley CHESTER ROBERTS 28 LaGrange ALTON BoxxERs 30 Pleasant H1ll Domus ROGERH 30 Warrensbur OTHO DAHLER 30 Odessa PxL1L ROGERS 29 R1ch H111 GLENL DICKERSOIN 21 Armstrong R-XYNIOND ROLLINS 30 Warrensburg I ELXX mn ELLIOTT 21 Warrensburg PXUL SNIITH 28 Centerwexx IQOBERTFXXNCEII' 29 Kansas C1t5 Tow SNIITH 28 Houstoma RAY FRELCH 29 XX arrensburg JEXXELL STEPHENSON 30 Ornck LOLAN FIBSOIN 28 Ham lton PXUL H TUEPKER 28 Farber Page 107 fm'--7'. 1- - '- ""-u'Il4 2- ,ny " f" I ,V 1 9 , . . . , - 1 , Q l Y , 4 , . 1 I' A - 1 1 1 4 ' 'Y , I I ' : A L I , Y 1 . Y l ' , , I 1 A A Y I A Y Y -1- '-..: .1 whllil gl: x 'V l . ,I , I l l,, , c Eames 1, ' " ,L I ESQFLOYD BILLINGSLEY, '27, Burlington jct. CHESTER RILEY, '28, Greenneld ua- 'lmiif 1' . ' . . ' X, A i - 1 I 1 C A 1 l 1 Y I ' ' ' 1 y 1 f 1 1 r 1 ' H , l 1 ! 7 A A A I I . - V1 l 1 y H1 i 1 1 , 1 ' 7 . . 1 l V 1 Y 1 7 1 1 1 I 1 1. V 1 I 1 ll Y 1 l 1 . v J 0 T, 7... , 4 . , , , STUDENT DAMDS N the summer of 1907, Mrs. F. M. VValterS, wife of Professor Vvlalters, invited the wives of the married men in school to her home across from the Campus, A social hour was spent and an organization known as the Dames Club was formed. For a number of years this group held its meetings during the summer term only. In the fall of 1917, a new organization was formed under the guidance of the Faculty Dames, to which was given the name of Student Dames instead of Dames Club. Each term since then there has been at least one meeting of the group. The purpose of the organization is to foster a spirit of friendliness among the members and to provide some social activity for them and their families. The annual dinner for the husbands each winter and the picnic for both husbands and children each summer are very happy events. The annual dinner' this year was held at the home of Professor and Mrs. E. B. Brown on the evening of February first. A remarkable feature of the organization this year is the fact that six of its members are the wives of ministers who are students in the College. The active members are: MRS. BENTON SUMMERS MRS. G. A. HESTEIi MRS MRS. C. P. REID MRS. VIRGIL REID MRS MRS. CLARENCE VVHITEMAN MRS. Roy BOXVERS MRS. MRS. L. D. BRANTLEY MRS W. G. IHRIG D. C. GNAGY D.fXl,E SHARP FOREST RICHARDS Sponsors . . MRS. E. B. BROXVN AND MRS. W. C. TVIORRIS Page 1087 1X IOY5 Sta mar C. and inst The yea faci per Seaz Stav Add Hon Page 'M-nw : 4-W. uvulvnvhvvvklir A . . T 4 ited Jus, Ied. nly. the mes 3. ong moth mer Img f its- M1083 THE FACULTY DAMES N OCTOBER, 1915, the Wives of faculty members were invited to the home of Mrs. EL L. Hendricks for the purpose of becoming better acquainted and en- joying a social afternoon., Later the group was organized as the Warrensburg State Normal College Dames. VVe have stepped along in the shadow of progress made by the institution and are now known as the Faculty Dames of C. M. S. T. C. The object of the organization is to promote friendliness among its members, and to co-operate with the Dean of VK'omen in furthering the Welfare of the institution. The membership consists of Wives of members of Teachers College Faculty. The Club meets regularly on the second Tuesday of each month during the school year. The meetings are delightfully informal. The social activities of the Faculty Dames consists in giving "teas" to the faculty, an annual Christmas dinner to their husbands, and other occasional performances. MEMBERS Cin Picturej Seated-MEsDAIxIEs CALVERT, HENDIQICKS, BROXYN, STEVENS, PARKER StondingfMEsDAMEs CRAIG, PHILLIPS, NIARTIN, OLLAR, HUDSON, NICCLURE, BRADLEY, VVIL- LIAMS, BEATTY, Essio, URBAN, REID, B.-XYLES, BAss, COLLINS Additional Members-MEsDAnIEs EDVVARDS, GRAHAM, FOSTER, C. F. lvl,-XRTIN, TVTORROVV, lVlORR!S, UTT . Honorary M6mb6fS'-lX'iRS. O. L. Hours, MRs. N. M. BRADLEY, MRs. L. J. SCHOFIELD, MRS. BEN Sims Page 109 DREQMEDTC CLUB HE Pre-Medic Club was organized in the fall of 1924, by a group of young men who hadexpressed a desire to enter the medical profession. Its purpose is to further stimulate and en- courage this desire on the part of its members. The organization has prospered and this year it was instru- mental in bringing to Warrensburg Dr. E. E. Bruner, Super- intendent of Missouri School for Feeble-Minded, who delivered two very interesting and instructive lectures. The present membership includes sixteen young men, all of whom are majoring in science in preparation for their chosen pro- fession. Dr. G. VV. Stevens, Head of the Biology Department, is sponsor of the club. The officers are: Robert Fawcett, Presidentg Harold Boston, Vice-Presidentg Howard Patterson, Secretary- Treasurer. ' -H. S. B. Page 110 T . 9si315:'--- ' '-X ,, 'f. .. .V li I .,, . ,sail 5254611 , . 2 . nib- ' A . 'Z'-:?"I'-. ' .ni-TF' :' ,::g.Lgf -- ,gdsyn ..f vi ,jig-Sq, . . ,mac . -'92,-gig. . , ,SQL 77.1 1 . fu I-'il' , shi ' -' '1g?.3'., .. ..,v. iisasi' ' Ffwi. . 2,3551 ' '1g5Efi , Zigi! ,,,,- ,. :Ty-Z?2g: liegfic A gi -7' , j,,:5f3L- - ' 4292 it f ,gy .. i A 1 ' ' . . ., ' Wh? f ' , ff, jg?- ' ' 1-7-35. - 2Y1122?1'f'f?i iss! Fgfrpill A' ta-+2 - . 5512 1.-,li , i -- - Fi bl E -I 3 110 I W., ik? if 7: ' , 5 " fi? . M: ,.-,gh rv' vw- ig? - 1.23 MLN ,W KAPPA DELTA PI fl YXNX' lg .. lu 9 . , V 0 Q 1,6 gum ...I NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President ..... .....- D R. T. C. MCCRACKEN Dean of College of Education, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio First Vice-President ...... MISs PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS Head of Department of Education, State Teachers College, Warrensburg, Missouri Second Vice-President . . A . .' . . DR. ALFRED L. HALL-QUEST Director of University Training School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin , Recorder- Treasurer ' ...... 1 . DR. E. I. F. WILLIAMS Director of Department of Education, Heidelberg University, Tiffin, Ohio Historian ...,..... . . . DR. W. W. PHELAN President Oklahoma Baptist University, Norman, Oklahoma Counselor ....- ....... D R. W. C. BAGLEY Professor of Education, Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York City OFFICERS OF RHO CHAPTER President ....... WILLIAM BYLER Vice-President . . . J. ALAN BOULTON Recording Secretary . . . GRACE DUNLAP Corresponding Secretary . WENONAH BAILE Treasnrer .... . . AGNES BURRIS Counselor .... PAULINE A. HUMPHREYS ' FACULTY MEMBERS A E. B. BROWN ANNIE G. HARRIS C. H. MCCLURE E. A. COLLINS MAYME HARWOOD W. E. MoRRow GLADYS Goss PRES. E. L. HENDRICKS MAUDE NATTINGER LYDA HALE C. B. HUDSON W. W. PARKER PAULINE A. -HUMPHREYS APPA DELTA PI is a National Honorary Educational Fraternity of teachers' colleges and schools of education in universities. Rho Chapter, one of the thirty-seven chapters of Kappa Delta Pi, was installed on this campus October 28, 1922. Rho Chapter plays an active and influential part in the life of C. M. S. T. C. A scholarship is offered annually to a member of the sophomore class who has high scholastic achievements and gives great promise in the professional Held. The members of this fraternity are active in all worthy organizations on the campus, and are always ready and eager to give of their best in any undertaking launched by the school. . The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage consecration to the cause of education and to the ideal of Service. The members are pledged to foster high professional and scholastic standards, to further fellowship, and to seek great achievement in the Eeld of education. Page 112 in n Zvi , fj j., I 1 f , -I .:. - if " f'.' , - I 1 If 1 4 I- I Page II3 CKEN QREYS 'UEST .IAMS ELAN .GLEY ty of apter, Lmpus T. C. no has Held. 'H the :aking ,use of r high great Page 112 1 3 1 i 4 x i r i I v 1 4 P i x I , N x F 1 VAN Hoy, WOOD, IDOL, BYLER, BOULTON I DUNLAP, ROOF, BROKAVV, NICCLURE IXXICDONALD, BA1LE, KEENEY, FERGUSON, BURRIS, PETERSEN LOWMILLER, VVARNER, STEPHENSON, ROGERS, RABER, CLARK GROVES, G. MCCORD, BROWVN, J. NTCCORD, BUDDEMEYER, CROSS Page 113 E ALPHA PHT DELTA ! I p ' FACULTY MEMBERS MAUDE C. NATTINGER LUCY A. BALL MAYME B. HARWooD GLADYS Goss PAULINIE A. HUMPHREYS ANNIE G. HARRIS , LOUISE MARTIN MRS. FANI'IjA HoUTs ELIZABETH CALLAWAY GERTRUDECHOSEY . A . . A .... Sponsor A OFFICERS President . . , .... FREDA ERDMAN Vice-President . ALBERTA CROSS Secretary-Treasurer . . 'LILLIAN ALLEN LPHA PHI DELTA is the junior honorary sorority of C. M. S. T. C.' It grew out of another organization, Phi Delta Delta. whose purposes were identical to' those of the present one. Alpha Phi Delta was organized in 1922, at S. M. S. T. C., Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Warrensb'urg installed Beta Chapter in March, 1919. At present there are thirty active members. New members are initiated each quarter. The insignia of the sorority is the lighted torch upon which are the Greek letters ACIJA. This is a fitting emblem for an organization whose purpose is the recognition of scholarship, personality and promise of professional service in young women. ' A This year the sorority has sponsored a reading project in six rural schools in this district. It has circulatedichildren's magazines among these schools and has stimulated the pupils' interest by a competitive contest based on the reading of these magazines. The aim of the members of this sorority is to make their in- fluence for scholarship felt in all women's activities on the campus, rather thantto develop' a separate group of activities exclusively for Alpha Phi Delta members. -S. E. W. and A. A. C. I Page 114 I- Page 115 D ge 114 Page 115 DUNIIAP, BROK-XXV WARN1:R,STEPH1:NSoN ROOP RXBER CROSS, HORTON FERQUSON MCCOY HUGHES DUDLEY Q1 NICCORD, HUMPHREYS, GREINI, ERDNIANI, MAT1ENaU1:R P CLARK, Baum, Al1EN,j MCCORD LOVVMILLER SHULI AX ! 1 I L f , Q L , . , 4 - 4 f , , f Yi Y N 4 Y ' Y Y . . 'A A A '. . 4 WEBB, TRUITT, VOSSBRINK, KEENEY, THOMAS, ETERSEN . A 4' 4. . . I , V . "iff in ,Vs lei ....,iu1frIllIi.rfA ll In I X, 'H . . lull . HH p w : llllIIiII! M, EIIIEB PHI SIGMA ,PI NATIONAL OFFICERS President . . . ...... I. A. LEACH, Vifarrensburg, Mo. K A First Vice-President . . ALBERT F. SEIPERT, Peoria, Ill. Second Vice-President . RALPH COLLINS, Pittsburg, Kan. .Secretary . . . . . E. A. JOHNSON, Peoria, Ill. Treasurer . A. H. WHITESITT, Pittsburg, Kan. Counselor . .... R. C. BEDELL, Warrensburg, MO. LOCAL OFFICERS . President ....... BENJAMIN BUDDEMEYER Vice-President . . . J. A. BOULTON Secretary . . . HAROLD BROWN ' Treasurer ' . . ' ...... BOYD SHEPERD P FACULTY MEMBERS ' F DR. E. L. HENDRICKS DR. C. H. MCCLURE PROF. J. A. LEACH DEAN W. W. PARKER DR. E. A. COLLINS A KPROF. E. E. BAYLES PROF. W. E. MORROW A DR. G. W. STEVENS PHI SIGMA PI is a national fraternity, founded at C. M. S. T. C. in 1916, for the purpose of fostering professional advancement through the medium of knowledge, training, and good fellowship. VVe strive to include in our member- ship all those who show exceptional promise of professional ability and good fellowship. V The high point of our yearly activity is our annual Founders' Day Banquet. At this banquet each year we add to our number an honorary member, who is usually a faculty member that has gained distinction in the educational field. At our 1926 session, Dr. G. W. Stevens, head of the Biology Department, present- ed such a highly instructive address that he was unanimously elected to member- ship. -B. W. B. Page 116 l Ii I- Page 117 Mo. 1, Ill. Kan. 1, Ill. Kan. Mo. D 1916, dium uber- good quet. 'ho is Held. tS61'1t- B. BUDDEMEYER, BOULTON, BROXVN, SHEPERD FDWARDS, SCHMITZ nber- 1 A f SNODGRASS, BVLER, EVANS, BLECKSCHMIDT 'age 116 Page 117 MCCLURE, BUEKER, OETTING, A. BUDDEMEYER SCHNIITT, COOPER, LANCASTER, DUNCAN, THOMAS - I , , I . I KAPPA UMllCRON Pl-llll Motto-"Proy'e all things and hold fast to that which is true." CHAPTERS U Alpha Chapter . . . . . Maryville, Missouri Beta Chapter . C . Vlfarrensburg, Missouri Gamma Chapter . . . . Hays, Kansas Delta Chapter , . Cape Girardeau, Missouri Epsilon Chapter Huntington, VVest Virginia y Faculty M en bers MISS ELLA GROENEWOLD MISS JULIA HATZ Patronesses MISS GERTRUD12 HOSEY MRS. W. R. COCKEFAIR i MRS H. A. PHILLIPS OFFICERS President . . . . . . GRACE DUNIQAP Vice-President H. . SARITA ORTIZ Secretary .... . T HELMA WHITNEY T zeaswer . ..... . ADELLE HUNT 'Student Council Representative . . GRACE DUNLAP APPA OMICRON PHI is a professional honorary sorority existing in teachers' colleges which grant bachelor's degrees. The purpose of the organization is to further the best 'interests of Home Economics in four-year colleges. 'Ihe world needs wonzen who have reached anintellectual, spiritual, ethical, and aesthetic level. This organization seeks to develop in women high cultural attainnvents, high ideas of sane living, and deep appreciation of the American home. Beta Chapter was installed in C. M. S. T. C., May 11, 1923. Kappa Omicron Phi is growing and is fulfilling the purpose for which it was organized. One chapter was installed in 1926. Another college has made application for a chapter which will be installed in the near future. May the new members of Kappa Omicron Phi make use of their natural endownfent and of their training, that they may be worthy of their emblem. A -E. A. K. Page IIS l Page I soud souri ansas souri ghda v g in ' the -year tuak Idgh i the 'was nade tural IT1. 1geIIX Page 119 FRAZIER, G. MCCORD, DUNLAP BRASHER, SCHWANKE LAXVRENCE, XMI-IITNEY, KAISEIQ ROGERS, HOLLAND, ORTIZ, HUNT V I ll ll I I li. 4. fl ll ll l li? Ir ll ll l ll ll I li l Il ll. ll I , r ll ll 5 . THETA ALPHA lPlHlll 'A Missouri' Delta NO. 59 1 National Dramatic Fraternity l , Sponsor l Installed in C. M. S. T. C., February 25, 1926 I MR. F. W. CALVERT f FACULTY MEMBERS l Mlss MAUDE BEAMER Mlss EUGENIA DENLLEIR l MR. BEN R. CRAIG ' X MISS RUTH FITZGERALD OFFICERS Q President . . ..... AMY ROOP l Vice-President . ...E EVELYN TRUITT Secretary ....,. HARWOOD SHOCKEY , Treasurer ...... SEWVARD HOOD CHAPTER MEMBERS LANVRENCE LEE BETHEL FRANK HOLDER LUCILE SEAMANDS Q ELIZABETH DUDLEY SEVVARD HOOD RAYMOND SNODGRASS 5 J. ELXVARD ELLIOTT IVIARIGARET LEE PITTMAN EVELYN TRUITT ? ANIY RooP Plays presented during the year f 4 I I The Mollusc," coached by Frank Holder and Ruth Vlfoolseyg I One Room Plus," coached by Ida Belle VVatsong l'Abie San," a costume play, coached by Amy Roop and Evelyn Truittg 1 "Three Hats," coached by Prof. F. W. Calvert. xi Page 120 l I I 3 I HUIVIPHREYS, ROGERS, CLARK, JENKS MMORRISOIAI, BROWN, STEPHENSON, STRAW, MOHLER, BINKLEY BETA ALPHA FACULTY MEMBERS Miss lVlAYME HARNVOOD MISS GLADYS Goss Patronesses MISS MARIE TODD Miss EUGENIA DELLER CHAPTER MEMBERS MRS. SAM BASTON MILDRED jo HUMPHREYS ELODLECNLORRISON VESTA BINKLEY ' AUDREY JENKS FLORENCE ROGERS LUCILLE BROXVN CHRISTINE MOHLER ANNABEL STEPHENSON DOROTHY CLARK VVILLINA MOORE LOUISE STRAVV ETA ALPHA is the honorary art fraternity of C. M. S. T. C. lt was organ- ized in 1924 by seven majoring art students. It was the wish of these founders to help others appreciate the many phases and deep appeal of Art. TO interest others in the Art Department, a sale of problems made during the year, supplemented by Contributions from the Alumni, has become an annual event. A fund is thus Created to further the work of the Organization. Page 121 V SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Founded at Farmville, Va., in 1898 Nu Chapter installed in 1915 Facultv Advisor . ........ MISS MARIE TODD CHARTER MEMBERS CAROLINE ANDERSON GLADYS A.NDERSON FLORA COCKRELL JOSEPHINE CONWAY MAUD COOK MARY FOIEY RUTH ROBERTSON ELIZABETH SHANNON EFFIE SHRYROCK MARIE TODD MAMIE CLAIRE WALKER HANNAHV WALLACE GENEVA YOUNGS MARIE YOUNGS I I . Pafronesses MRS. JAMES I. ANDERSON MRS. EARL FOSTER MRS. T. E. CHEATHAM MRS. E. N. JOHNSON MRS. J. H. CHRISTOPHER MRS. A. A. LOBBAN MRS. FRANK MAYES Honorary Member MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS MRS. H. H. BASS MRS. SAM BASTON ' MRS. J. L. ESSIG Sorores in Urbe MRS. OMAR L. JORDAN MRS. SIDNEY MOORE MISS VVILLINA MOORE MRS. ALLEN GILBERT MRS. MRS. JAMES R. HOUX MRS. MRS. C. L. JOHNSON I MISS Sorores in Fadzltafe MISS ALDA CECIL MISS RUTH CALBERT CENA CHRISTOPHER FLORENCE CHRISTOPHER DOROTHY GOLLADAY FRANCES HELFF MARIAM HOUT SARA HULL MILDRED JO HUNIPHREYS MISS FRANCES KROHN ACTIVE MEMBERS MELINDA JOHNSON DALE HOUX JONES ALYS KENYON LOUISE LEACH GLADYS MCCOY THELMA MARTIN IRMA IVIAYES ESTHER MORRIS RUTH PUMPIIREY A. LEE SMISER ANNA COCKRELL XNERNER ELLA ZIMMERMAN. GLADYS GOSS ALICE REDD MRS. DALE SHARP ERNESTINE SPANGIJNBERG STELLA THOMSON WARREN THOMSON LILLIAN WALTON NADINE WHITE CECILE VVHITFIELD I Page 122 DD w I RC V '7 11. i x 4 I Z Page 123 PUNIPHREY, CALBERT, S. THOMSON, LEACH, HUAI1'HREYS MOIKIQIS, HELITIT, SPANGENBERG, F. CHRISTOPHER HULL, REDD, MCCOY, COL1,,xD.xY, JONES JOHNSON, XVI-IITE, C. CHRISTOPHER, NIARTIN, KENYON NIAYES, XVHITFIELD, SHARP, W. THOMSON ALIDHA SIGMA ALIIHA "' Founded at Earmvi1le, Virginia, 1901 Zeta Zeta Chapter installed 1919 Faculty A dvisor MRS. MAUDE C. NATTINGER A CHARTER MEMBERS EDITH BARNES OLETHA BERRY FRANCES BRADY ERMA BURRIS MARGERY BYRAM ADA CAMPBELL MARIE CAMPBELL BESS CARTER RUTH ENGEL EUNICE FULTON EMMA HOGAN GLADYS HUTCHENS JEWELL HUTCHENS OLETA LOBBAN NELL MAYES MARIE MOORE MILDRED PAYNE MARGARET PRUNTY IDA MAE RUSSEL EDITH STONE HAZEL STRAKAN KATHRYN WALKER ETHEL WARNICK MARY K. WILSON ROSE COLBURN MILDRED MORROW LORENE DAVID ANN N EELY JOSEPHINE DIXON Patronesses MISS LUCY A. BALL MISS MRS. N. M. BRADLEY MRS. MRS. RUTH FITZGERALD MRS. A MRS. THEO. SHOCK Sorores 'in Uffbe MRS. H. PALMORE GREER MISS LYDA HALE MRS. OTTO HEBERLING MRS. LUTHER HUNT MISS MABEL LOBBAN MRS. LESLIE MCMEEKIN RUTH BAILEY R LAURA BROWN JOSEPHINE CHATHAM DOROTHY CLARK ANNE DERYL DRAPER ELISABETH FERGUSON MRS. MRS. M RS M RS M RS MRS MILDRED WILSON WILMA WILSON ELEANOR WISNER JULIA HATZ WALTER MORROW E. L. HENDRICKS MARION PARKER KENNETH ROBINSON H. H. RUSSELL, JR. BENTON SUMMERS ADOLPH TAUBERT R. BM. WARNICK CHAPTER ROLL DOROTHY MANN GLADYS RICE HELEN SCHONDELMAIER ANNABEL STEPHENSON DOROTHY STRATTON MARGUERITE VAN METER KATHRYN YOUNG Pa e 124 1. II Page 1 Page 125 FERGUSON, CLARK, RICE STEPHENSON, STRATTON DRAPER, VAN NIETER, BAILEY BROWN, YOUNG, CHATHAM, SCHONDELMAIER A o a I STGMA TAU GAMMA National Fraternity for Teachers Colleges Founded at Central Missouri State Teachers College, 1920 'CHAPTERS Alpha Chapter . . . . VK"arrensburg, Missouri Beta Chapter . ' . Kirksville, Missouri Gamma Chapter .E .E Emporia, Kansas Epsilon Chapter . . Pittsburg, Kansas Zeta Chapter . W . Tahlequah, Oklahoma Eta Chapter . 1 ...... . I Hays, Kansas . . NATIONAL OFFICERS President . . A ...,. EMMETT ELLIS, Alpha Counselor . . WILLIAM WALLACK, Epsilon Treasurer . . J. W. CROSS, Epsilon Secretary . i . . E. C. DICKENSON, Zeta Editor . .... ELLSWORTH C. DENT, Garnnia CHAPTER OFFTCERS , ' President . . ....., CLIFFORD EDWARDS First Vice-President . ALFRED HALLEY Second Vice-Presidents HOWARD PATTERSON Corresponding Secretary . . . HAROLD BROWN Recording Secretary . WALTER LEE COOPER Treasurer ..... . HUBERT FITZGEREL Student -Council Representative . J. ALAN BOULTON Chaplain .... .Q WALLACE COOPER Sergeant-at-Aerrns . . . BOYD W. SIIEPERD ' - Patrons A DR. W. C. MORRIS, M - PROF. W. E. MORROW PROE. H. H. BASS Faculty M ernbers PROF. F. W. CALVERT . T PROF. N. B. GRINSTEAD A PROF. E. R. FOSTER I The year 1926-27 has been the most prosperous year of the fraternity in the furthering of its purpose of continuing social and scholastic activities. The fraternity has maintained a house at 410 Grover, where social functions have been held twice a month besides several stag parties and two all-school functions. Two new chapters are to be added in the spring, one at Maryville, Missouri, and one at Alva, Oklahoma. -H. B. Page 126 1 Page I 2 Tri lri QS ,EIS F13 LHS IZ1 on on Zlfil na DS EY JN FN ER EL JN ER ID in me Je ,S. fi, 26 T E i T MAXNXVELL, H. BROXVN, GR.-XF, PATTERSON, OETTING BOULTON, EDXVARDS, STONE, DUNCAN W. COOPER, HALLEY, W. L. COOPER, SHEPERD, SNODGRASS NICDONALD, ROBINSON, JOY, HOLDER, CLEVELAND IQANOY, JARMAN, XNITHEROXV, FITZOEREL, SMITH Page 127 Pl KAPPA SllGMA Founded at Ypsilanti, Michigan, 1894 Lambda Chapter installed 1920 CHARTER MEMBERS ELLEN BALDWIN ELVADNEY BROWN ESSYE CLAUSER ARUBA E. CHARLTON DOROTHY EWEN EDA FORD IVA HACICETT ANNIE G. HARRIS MAYME HARWOOD ELIZABETH HENDERSON BERTHA E. HERFURTH JUIQIET HUGHES MINTA. JACOBS ' EVA LEWERS MARY MALLINSON LOUISE MICHAELIS GOLDETH MYERS MILDRED MYERS WILLY PALLETTE HELEN PERRY BLANCHE POTTER LENA SHELLEY AGNES SHIRLEY BESSIE SPRINKEL WINNIE TERRELL WILLIE WRIGHT RUTH ALEXANDER FREDA AMOS AIVENONAH BAILE MARGARET BRADLEY ELIZABETH CLARK ELIZABETH DUDLEY GEORGIA FISHBACK VIRGIE FISHBACK ACTIVE MEMBERS LOUISE F OULDS CENA GREIM ETHEL GRUEBBEL ETHEL HALL MARY IRVINE LUCIE JEFFERIES ELIZABETH . PA RICINS MATTIE PARKINS MADALYN ROBINSON AMY ROOP HELEN STEVENS LUCILLE STEVENS EMILIE VOSSBRINK MARGUERIEE LEWIS HELEN WOOD Farulty Advisor ANNIE GARDNER HARRIS Sorores in Uffbe MILDRED MYERS LASS MABEI, WELCH WINNIE T ERRELL ELIZABETH WOOD Sorores in Facultate ARUBA B. CHARLTON MAYME B. HARWOOD Palronesses MRS. F. L. BONDURANT MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS MRS. ROBERT SORENCY MRS. MONT DRAPER MRS. W. W. PARKER MRS. G. W. STEVENS Page 128 ..,af-B? N Y A 'VV I Wit J 1314! ll .2 ' J f AJ' 4 ,.I - J' ' I I A K, li Page I2 9 e128 . S Q Page I Z9 BAILE H QLL, ROOP, BRADLEY, GREIBI AMOS GRUEBBEL X FISHBACK IRVINE JEFFRIES DUDLEY VOSSBRINK ROBINSON ALEXANDER M PARKINS, L QTEVENS, G FISHBACK QTEPHENS, VX OOD, CLARK E PARKINS 1 V 1 Y , - ' mf '1 i ,......,,. W, 1 I. 1, wg v Y f '!- - v y ' y 1 Y, A . , . . - . R . . ' ' r . , . 'F .H 5 F ,Q V4 3 9 qi! i l 1 l 1 l l , . Iii l I l r l l l li i ul A, i V l 1 il ii l I i l OMEGA EPSTLON SIGMA A Sorority for Members of the Order of the Eastern Star. Founded at Central Missouri State Teachers' College, Warrensburg, Missouri, 1973. T CHAPTERS A Alpha Chapter . . . . Viuarrensburg, Missouri Beta Chapter . . . Hays, Kansas Gamma Chapter . . Pittsburg, Kansas Delta'Chapter ' Maryville, Missouri Epsilon Chapter . . Greeley, Colorado A Pattronesses MRs. F. W. CALVERT MRS. JESSE CULP MRs. C. B. HUDSON A Miss BERTHA LOBENSTEIN Faculty Advisor A Miss EUGENIA DELLER LOCAL OFFICERS President . ...... GERTRUDE MCCORD Vice-President .. . PAULINE LOWMILLER Secretary . . PAULINE MARTIN Treasurer . . . Panhellenie Representative Student Council Representative AGNES BURRISI IDA COXNDEN FRANCEs DORREL ' GRACE DUNLAP 4 ALICE GILKESON HELEN GRACE HORTON ACTIVE MEMBERS DELPHINE LAUGHLIN LEoNA LAUGHLIN ELSIE LTCHTE PAULINE LONVMILLER GERTRUDE MCCORD . RONDA SHEPPERD . MARY SYMPsoN . CORA BELLE SCOTT 1 PAULINE, MARTIN CORA BELLE SCOTT RONDA SHEPPERD MARY SYMPsoN BESSIE TURNER SELMA VOLK Page 130 I- Page 131 tral w A v 1 ouri l was was Juri ado 1 1 P ORD 1 LER l LTIN ERD SON OTT v l I 8150 1 Pagelil BURRI5, GxLKEsoN, COXVDEN, D. LAUGHLIN VOLK, G. IVICCORD SYMPSON, SHEPPERD, SCOTT, HORTON DORREL, DUNLAP, LONVMILLER, L. LAUGHLIN, LICHTE PITTMAN, HOLLAND, RABER LAWRENCE, SULLIVAN, BRIGHT, BRADEN Xl OMEGA. Pdzfronesses MRS. E. E. BAYLES MISS GERTRUDE H,OSEY MRS. HUGH GILKESON, JR. MISS PAULINE HLTIVIPHREYS MRS. E. L. HENDRICKS MRS. L. J. SCIIOFIELD GFFICERS President . . . . . DRUSILLA RABER Vice-President . . . ERMA LEE BRADEN Recording Secretary . . . ALICE XIINCENT Corresponding Secretary . .' . MARION BRIGHT T reasnrer ...... - AGNES SULLIVAN Sponsor ..... MISS ELIZABETH CALLAXVAY I OMEGA is a local organization which has beengranted a charter by the National Delta Sigma Epsilon, educational sorority. It will be installed during the month of April as Psi Chapter of Delta Sigma Epsilon. Delta Sigma Epsilon is the fourth national educational sorority to be organ- ized on this campus, being a sister Sorority of the Sigma Sigma Sigma,theAlplIa Sigma Alpha, and the Pi Kappa Sigma sororities. The Xi Omega group was organized during the winter quarter, and since that time has taken its place on the campus among the other student organizations. This group is composed of students who participate in many other activities of the school. A number of delightful teas and luncheons have been held. A suitable residence near the campus has been secured as a sorority house during the spring quarter. VVith a group so willing to work for great things, a bright future for this so- rority can well be anticipated. -M. L. P. Page 132 i A1 Si to tv Pai the lled jan- pha was 5 O11 I of r of the SO- J 'e 132 BRADLEY, DUDLEY, CLARK, YOUNG SHEPPERD, SYMPSON, CHRISTOPHER, THOMSON IPANIHIIEILILJENIICC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President .... STELLA THOMSON of Sigma Sigma Sigma Recording Sealy- Treas. . . MARGARET BRADLEY of Pi Kappa Sigma Corresponding Sec'y . . DOROTHY CLARK of Alpha Sigma Alpha ANI-IELLENIC ASSOCIATION of educational sororities is composed of representatives from five sororities on the campus: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pi Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Epsilon and Omega Epsilon Sigma. This Organization strives to regulate all rules and activities pertaining to sorority life and to establish a strong feeling of friendship and good will be- tween the sororities and other organizations on the campus. -M. V. B. Page 133i 5 l 1 Y ,. .5, COOPER SEAMANDS MCCLURE Pl KAPPA DELTA OFFICERS Pfeszdent VR az 1 ACE COOPER Serretarv T reasufer LUCILL SF AMANDS Student C01mrzIRep1ese1fzfa!we HERBERT NTCCLURE ISSOURI Eta Chapter of P1 Kappa Delta was organized during the summer of 192-1 w1th a charter membership of seventeen At that time C M S T C vias the only teachers college in Missouri having a chapter of P1 Kappa Delta P1 Kappa Delta Honorary Forensic Fraternity 15 the second largest college fraternity 1n the United States It IS open only to those who have represented the1r colleges in 1ntercolleg1ate debate or oratorlcal contests or who have coached intercollegiate contestants. Membership Q' in this fraternity is one of the highest and most widely recognized' honors that a college student 'ii can attain. -IX . L. S. T 2- DEBATE TEAM ' The question debated this year by the State League composed of the five teachers colleges "' of Missouri is: Resolx ed That the direct primary should be abolished in favor of the old con- ' vention system for the nomination of public officers. 9' The teams chosen are: Affirmative-Wallace Cooper and Herbert McClure' negative- Esther Morris and Cecile Whitfield' alternates-James Ferguson and XVillie Huebner. The affirmative team vsill go to Springfield the negative, team to Cape Girardeau. HUEBNER FERGUSON Momus MVHITFIELD COOPER MCCLURE Page 134 l .924 Jnly y in 'iate ship lent ages :on- YE?- The in il 134 A Q Qi- -79' QSQUKEHIUI H Presidenl Vice-President . . Recording Secretary . Corresponding Secretary Treasurer PERICLEAN LITERARY SOCIETY ll ,J OFFICERS. Fall M ILDRED jo HUMPHREYs GLADYS LAIDLAW CARRIE FRAZIER SHIRLEY HULSE IRENE BROWN Winter SHIRLEY HULsE GRACE KEENEY SARAH WEBB NELLIE OVVSLEY MARY BoTTs ' Q l l A 1 Spring f . I EMILIE VOSSBRINK il VESTA TETLEY EVELYN TRUITT I f RUTH ALEXANDER f Q EDITH LOYD Sponsor . Miss JULIA HATZ Perchance you've heard of the P. L. S. sailors, Ever striving for things worth while. Right merry a year's voyage they've completed, Its chronicle we now may compile. Clever was the play they presented, Let's see, 'twas called Amazon Isle. Ever loyal were their Athenian ship All hands assisted, and ably, too, mates g No wonder only success could ensue. Lurid, ghostly, and weird their spook frolic, In fear they drank witch's brew, The awful, awful tale she told them Easily made them comply-so would you. Reset was the stage for initiation, -. And then came an evening of fung Revealed to each initiate was the fact that she was lucky, Yeajluckyg for her a new life had begun. - Sailors of true worth have they proved themselves, toog Of late, they have given unique programs, Celebrities they will be, not a few. In recent P. L. S. voyages Ever to the ship Miss Hatz has been true. There never yet has been more worthy captain-- Yea, and never a more loyal crew. -S. W. 11 1 l 'i l I . Q ,. 5 , 5 .H :'F I ly . iff I l Page 136 V P1-1891 J Y NK R 36 BRONVN, BUEKER, GEISCHEN, HOOK, CROSS, SULLIVAN, JEROME SCHVVANKE, F. FRAZER, FITTERLING, BOTTS, LEVY, WHITNEY LOYD, WEBB, IHRIG, DOUGLAS, BRADEN, ROBERTSON ROBINSON, HUIIPHREYS, HOFFMAN, SEAMANDS, BOALS, GREIM HULSE, PINE, CREDE, PRINGLE, C. FRAZIER, R. VAUGHIXN GILKESON, NIURRY, O. VAUGHAN, TETLEY, HARRIS, WEBB, THURSTON Page 137 ATHENTAN LITERARY SOCCTETY 4Mott0-Vita sine, litteris mors est. Colors-Yellow and Blue OFFICERS President . . . . . . CHRIST SCHMITT Vice-President . WALLACE COOPER Secretary . . . A ROY BALLARD Treasurer . JUSTIN WALKER Sponsor . . DR. C. H. MCCLURE WADE BALDRIDGE 'ROY BALLARD HOWARD BASHAM FLOYD BILLINOSLY RUSSELL BRYANT ARTHUR BUDDEMEYER BENJAMIN BUDDEMEYER ARMIN BUEKER, DORSEY BURGESS JOHN BURNETT KENNETH BUSSELL MEARL CAMPBELL EVERETT CHRISTY JOHNNIE CONE ALLEN COOPER WALLACE COOPER WALTER LEE COOPER W. L. DENNY ALFRED DREYSSE ' LVVAYS striving to .our predecessorsg UP ACTIVE MEMBERS RAY EDWARDS ARVEL FARMER HUBERT FITZGEREL DEAN GOUGH FRED GRAF MAX GRAF KARL HARDY SEWARD HOOD FRANK HOLDER WENDELL IHRIG OTIS LANCASTER A. C. LANGENBERG FRANK MCGRAW SAMUEL MCCLUNEY HERBERT MCCLURE ALBERT MCCULLOUGH BILL MATTHEWS STEPHEN MAXNVELL CARL MILBURN . MERRITT O. MOON ' JESSE MOTHERSBAUGH' hold those Worth t d ALBERT OETTING EARL PAGE RALPHO RHOADES FRANK RICKETTS CHESTER ROBERTS TONY ROBINSON PAUL ROGERS CLARKE ROSS CHRIST SCHMITT BERNARD SCHMITZ ARTHUR SMITH I PAUL SMITH RAYMOND SNODGRASS ED TETLEY PAUL T UEPKER JUSTIN WALKER SAMUEL WILLIAMS DELBERT WILSON ORvII.LE WITHEROW y S an ards set for our guidance by IVING to keep alive those noble thoughts, ambitions, and ideals that inspired I .the founding of our fraternal organization, this OCIETY is to C. M.,S. T. C. a thankful and loyal group. Page 138 I l I Page I EITT PER XRD U-ER IRE my rd 38 EDWARDS, SCI-IMITT, LANCASTER, NICCULLOUGH, IVICCLURE. A. COOPER, LANGENBERG, FITZGEREL DENNY, S. MCCLUNEY, A. SMITI-I, IVIOTHERSBAUGH, DREYSSE, M. GRAE, SNODGRASS, B. BUDDEMEYER BOULTON, ROBINSON, W. COOPER, WILLIAMS, CONE, RHOADES, BURGESS, OETTING R. L. COOPER, IHRIG, TUEPKER, BUEKER, VVILSON, ROBERTS, BURNETT, HOLDER BILLINGSLEY, PAGE, P. SMITI-I, BRYANT, ROSS, MATTHEXVS, VVITHEROXV, BALLARD BUSSELL, CAMPBELL, MooN, CHRISTY, A. BUDDEMEYER, Hoon, SC!-IMITZ, HARDEY MAXWELL, RICKETTS, NICGRAXV, ROGERS, TETLEY, BASHAM, GOUGH, MILBURN, FARMER Page 139 OSBORNE LTTERARY SOCTETY p OFFICERS I President . . . . . p. 1 DOROTHY CLARK Vice-President ., A PLO CHRISTOPHER Secretory . . . RUTH PUMPHREY Treasurer ..... KATHRYN YOUNG Student Council Representative . . STELLA THOMSON Sponsor ...,. Miss GLADYS Goss HE Osborne Literary Society, theoldest literary organization on the campus of C. M. S. T. C., was organized in 1895 under the name of "Liticultindivid." This name was soon changed, and the organization named for Dr. George L.. Osborne, who had been president of this institution for nearly twenty-five years. The Osbornes have always emphasized the social phase of life as well as the- intellectual. One of their outstanding annual affairs is the Halloween party, and this year the party proved to be as great a success as ever. Weeks before the event, students all over the school were eagerly planning to attend it and wondering what was in store for them. And they were not disappointed. The party was in the nature of a carnival, and various booths and sideshows attracted everyone's attention. "A Baby Show," "Hell," "A Beauty Parlor," "Living Pictures," a clever "Minstrel Show," a candy booth, a gypsy fortune-teller, and a cabaret 'were among the features of entertainment. ' The Osbornes have endeavored always to be of service to the school in such ways as giving money to the Student Loan Fund. This year a large part of the proceeds from their Halloween party was donated to this worthy cause. The Osborne Literary Society has come 'down thru the years true to its standards of literature, culture and individuality. And the motto then adopted, "Once an Osborne, Always an Osborne," still expresses the loyalty of each of its members. L ' -D. c. page 140, Page 141 X ARK HER REY , UNG I SON I rOSS pus ars C Ore an e e Ing In 1C 6 S E3 1401 Page 141 FERGUSON MXYES ECKHOTT XX OOD W THOIISON HULL REDD C CHRISTOPHER BROKRW F CHRISTOPHER VIORRIS PUNIPHREY MCCOY MARTIN ATCBRIDE CHATH-xxI PETERS VVHITE STEPHENS KENYON IEINIIEBER DR XPER STEPHERSON BROIIN RICE VOSSBRINK YOUNG - J R I I J! f L, th I qty, 5 5 d 5 , Th t d d. I h th it I d, of I THOMSOYN, ANDRTEXVS, CLAIQK, VANYNIISTER, FOTTER, JONES l',Iyr., ,,,I A,Y'- ,,III l CAMPBELL LTTERARY SOCTETY T is but natural that literature should be the chief interest of a literary society. Throughout theiyear the Campbells have enjoyed a number of distinctive programs based on a study of good books. Contemporary verse, such as the charming poetry of A. A, Milne, has beenjread to advantage. The book review of "Two Fables," as given by Hazel Matzenauer, was especially stimulating., One of the two stories translated by Christopher Morley, is that of a "young foreigner," a disguised monkey who was imitated extensively and expensively by the young dudes of the town. Beth Clark and Lucile Achauer have entertained the society with a number of excellent readings. At various times special feature meetings have been held. Gutstanding among these were the story-telling hour, the Long- fellow program, and a favorite, song program. An entertaining debate was presented by the Wood twins, Albertine and Josephine. The subject for debate was: Resolved, "That twins should dress alike."' The decision was given to the negative, since the judges could not tell the speakers apart. Claudine McCoy's violin solos and the piano solos of Ellen Markward were very enjoyable. A Much of the success of the year's work has been due to the leadership of Margaret Pittman and Helen Grace Horton presidents for the fall and winter quarters respectively, and to Miss Callaway, our new and able sponsor. ' As this article goes to press, much enthusiasm is being aroused over a ,poetry contest which is to end March 4. The Campbells are writing poetry, or ve1se,, thus proving themselves truly literary. ' ' -V. P. PW142 Page143 l Page143 ROOP, IQAISER, ACHAUER, RABER, PITTMAN, F. ROGERS SYMPSON, LICHTE. Amos, V. FISHBACK, G. MCCORD MCCOY, EVANS, BRADLEY. BERRY, MOHLER, BRASHER BINKLEY, NIARKXVARD, LOXVMILLER, FUNK, STRICKLER VVHITE, BRIGHT, PARKS, SCOTT, ORTIZ, GLASPEY M. L. ROGERS, HORTON, GROVES, MATZENAUER, CLARK BARNETT, MCBRIDE, THIELE, O'BRIEN, PARKINS, STEVENS LOWE, DUNLAP, HORTON, PETERSEN, SCHOXVENGERDT BURRIS, G. FISHBACK, ALDERSON, HUGHES, A. WOOD, J. XVOOD URGAN1ZA"1l'1ONS OF C.. M. S. T . C. TUDENTS of C. M. S.. T. C. are here presumably for the purpose of gaining that information and knowledge. concerning subject-matter and technique which will fit them for the teaching profession. It is the belief of all vitally con- cerned that the organizations of the campus play a distinctivepart in this train- ing-a part which should not be omitted and which the various types of organi- zations represented are peculiarly fitted to play. 1 ' That they have been worth-while is proved by the fact that they have had a place among the activities of the institution since its establishment in 1871. Class groups, literary societies and clubs, three of the five types of organizations now represented on our campus, are mentioned in the records of the first class-a class of only eight members. The Baconian, Irving, and Athenian Literary Societies were organized in 1881, 1886 and 1895, respectively, the Osbornes, Campbells and Pericleans in 1895, 1898 and 1903. During the earlier years of these societies, debate and oratory were the outstanding features of their activities. Of late years, programs have been of more general character and much more stress has been laid upon the social phase. In fact,ithe title "literary society" is scarcely applicable to the present organizations, but tradition with its firm hand has brought to no avail all efforts to change the names that have meant soxmuch to the former students of C. M. S. T. C. This year the Baconiahns, Irvings, and Athenians have been practically inactive, and the Osbornes ceased to hold' meetings after the Hallow- een Carnival had been successfully placed on the pages of history. Clubs have gained steadily in prominence and importance during the last fifteen years. At present there are eleven organizations on the campus to which this classification applies, each of which is doing commendable work in its own field. The Science, Latin, Primary, Crescendo, and Pre-Medic Clubs offer splendid opportunity for further study and wider vision of these particular phases of work to those who will avail themselves of it. W. A. A. and the Better-Health Club are doing much toward interesting students in higher physical standards and means of attaining them. The Canearies and Mules' Heels have as their particular task arousing and Upepping-up" the students who forget that their support is needed in all pursuits undertaken by the College. They have made themselves known especially in connection with athletic events. The Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A., the only religious organizations on the campus, were founded in 1885 and 1887, respectively. 'The Y. M. C. A. prac- tically ceased to exist for a time, but was revived last year and has been a live organization during most of this school year. There are thirteen Greek-letter organizations represented in C. M. S. T. C., all of which are growing in membership and are accomplishing worth-while things. Seven of them are professional or honorary, some bothg the other six are social. Page 144 w -F5f.wf,f '- 'IA-L. -sul in- .i. if ' g- --- ., 32"r-"'i it i b ff.. Q'-In -, ACT VITIES f - N X Xsktblr HI AJA nd-if Z ,V 1 N4 1 'W J '7 A W 41 ' II l'I !I' III 'II 'I III I II' si' Headqua Dw M Capt Cl Lzeut B and Zm House ,I II I M- ' . I II :II . , , ' I Ir ' , iq! ' ' - - 'I V V- - I I J I A ' I I I I I I II. . ' I I , . I , V 1 I . ' I I ' ' I I . ' , I 1, f ' -1 III ' ' I I I. I I Vi. I I I H , I . I , I I' ' ' ' 1 s I I ' . .II I, - I II . , I ,If . 1 II- 1 1 AW1, is E I I II I III- Ii II I -- -- ' I53 . -. ' I III ' . . III I: . ' 4 ,I ir l Y . 5 . I ' , Q 10 , I 1 x I s ' 4 l - E. I E i v 1 1 3 w, Y 1 1 s 2 N 1 1 i C J l 1 i Q fl i A Q 5 . V 1 is i I W 1 ' 1 1 5 ,I l E I 10 5 M155 STELLA THOMSON Queen of the Jkfay OSCAR ERICKSON Alias HLief" ,Most Popular M3111 Arlisls of Inif tation contrib isis' Course. Dancers. Gal nian Naliona fourth progm the Kansas C phony. x ' 1 I pa - v. 1 x i., I il '. S. Pinafore vfertaining as , T. C. March world over W. L. K A rtisls of International repu- tation contributed to the Art- ists' Course. Dennishawn Dancers. Galli Curci. Ukra- nian National Choir. The fourth program was given by the Kansas City Little Sym- phony. EL Sigma Taus Campus Scenes Gypsies Mr. Graf , Z W I n the Pr Parade C. . was fepfesef prize-winni: Tri-Sigs ann Heels. YE 5, I ii M 4-1 . J A 'A gf' . .s 1 1 M6-2135. 5 aus Scenes In the Products Show Parade C M S 1 C was represenzfed by these prfre wmmug groups Trz Szgs and The Mules Heels mi wr f p . F . . 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M- u - H Lower left Sr e of the From the shad- ows an ever- chang- ing beauty is seen on our campus as ihe seasons some and o. new Sladzurn of -,U ., W o new A 17 W , warg '1 I The koda town scenes Looking nc Street Ce: lower the come and Pzne the " Below-Z Holden Sir at two Iwo. Z - .t I V . I , 9. . Q ' , 13 V V ii Q f 1 ,M . , ' ' I ' a . ,. . .,.,,,-,,-.--,.. .,-, .-.,.-,f fr.-.v -.. .' . if A . From the shad- ows an ever- chang- ing beauty is seen on our campus as the seasons come and go. new Stadium. K , The kodak registers familiar town scenes for us. Above- Looking north down Holden Street. Center - The water tower-the station where we come and go-down West Pine-the "Laundry," Below-Looking south down Holden Street-the ehoo-Choo at two-two. mums - ifof, im U57 - 'iW'5i - laNdul5,5., P.1g,:,,u.5!- Vu The destination of many a pleasant hike. One feels the presence here of rnany students who have come and gone. F....---. A f 'if , A 3,2 ff 5 P , 1 ttjk x , ,J lg, .pw W i 'Nix 4 ,ft K . 5 A . f tau. l", P f ,414 1 1 fV,"7'fr7 ,Q 1 J iff, ' ' Q ' zzz , f I 5 7 mer: W 1 I L H '-N --Wh . LN. LSIINU - X Not withc JU- C. M. S. T. farm and th 'whence arose ings. Ole swirnn I 1 r... -, .--x--.- , t .vow A Ku, I A f '?...,,--,. , ,,,, ., ,.,. . .-v-Av 1 : E 1 e I I i 5 I 1--"7 1' "l"'ff " LN' 'cm' ' ' Not 'without relation to old F-acc. ok' 'F-H-TWH C. M. S. T. C. are the college rn of many a One feels the many students znzl gone. ,j QM ,, f 0157 W 1, , , fjiff ,,,f' Q E f 5 2 ll -5 .v"' ' Z ' ' 'I ,..,2 ,5?"'55'f" M2 221 5 3' 'z faf ,f 4 5, XN,r',1fg : ,nf y,,fg,f ,fel 125:17 eff wwf UW: 735' My ,M 'ff M ff ,Zim alyfnwfwfn farm and the old quarry from whence arose our stately build- ings. Ole swimmin' holes. f.,- .... a.-.-,.w..-,, . W-. . A bove-The M useum Center-Rooms of toil. Below-The busiest place of all. f rf v ff? f1f,,,, cu ffgw ,fm 1--,. 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A many people are 5 of Warrensburg Smlmm STUDENTS OF 1926 v 1 1 1 'H , r l 2 ? 1 i I 4 1 I 5 1 i X F I E i I if S Ii w 1 Y 1 I 2 x i r i 2 A Q IN ,, if if Q 1 NTS OF 1926 , 15 . are proud of our Yity. vaulter, Vernon dy, has demon- his athletic versa- y winning the De- an the Penn. Re- Incidenzfally, he ie highesl score ever 1 in this event. A iiany people are of Warrensburg Y Y, , , --- 4. ,. -.,,, . U. ,- of-.ff we-Mg5,.fpfqfga:1,:e,z" W A! H , fm ..,v.. ,,- 11-if , 2, ' eff' -' ' Aff - 4 ,f-4 WWW . Y ,r ...,W,,,, ' N 551- , 'f' '-' if . 'Z ""-::?Zi5?w- 1""', f ' f ,- f 5 Haig "Zi, ,V,ef,g53ifiiiii"f foe wwe eff-iam-,f hw:-w fev -'vv -v" .e f P Me, , , . A , . A A . - Ut ., 2. We .,,.4:a.e.e-ww-WvQm2z:sf4wf.mWf . . 1 - 1 M - ' I 1-A. N ,HS I fx' fill:-QA Nx fv-:vm x- .wf+sp -. ww-:jg M, 5 Ns pu ,gy 1 , 5. lp v ' I A . 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Austin, Moody Babylon, Norene VV. Bagley, Agnes Sara Bagley, Mrs. Grace R. Baile, Miriam Bailey, Berniece Bailey Demma Baileyi Dorothy Bailey, Louise Bailey, Nelle Elizabeth Bailey, Viola Bain, D. Rankin Baird, Lula Baber, Lora M. Baker, Gertrude Baker, Linnie L. Baker, Margaret Baker, Minnie Baldwin, Lester C. Baldwin, Margaret Baldwin, Tressie Balkenbush, Josephine Ball, Lillian Ball, Marie M. Banes, Lucina Barber, Ora V Baring, James R. Barker, Grace Olive Barnett, Audrey Barnett, Katie Barnett, Mary Ann Barnhard, Florence Barnum, Lilian Barrett, Lucile Barron, Harry VV. Barry, Lola Bartz, Elda Basham, Jessie - Batchelder, Grace Bates, Mary Clark Baur, Carrie Baur, Mary Baur, Joe Bay, Harry X. Bayless, Ethel Bayless, Gladys Beam, Lela Bear, Mary Louise Beard, Clarice Beary, Marie Beary, D. Hartley Beasley, Truma Becker, Lenah Bedell, Ralph Bedsworth, Nannie Beech, Dorothy Beech, Violet Beatrice Beggs, Marie Belt, Eugene Bendike, Della Bennett, C. R. Benson, Edith Benson, Mary Bente, Milo Benton, Lucile Berrier, Jewell Berry, Eva Berry, Grace Maxine Best, H. Lorena Beswick, Crystal M. Bewley, Jeanette Bigelow,Mrs.Elizabeth E. Bigelow, Elsie L. Bills, Crystal Bills, Ernestine Bills, Irene Bills,Lena Bills, Raymond J. Binkley, Vesta E. ' Bishop, John Everett Bishop, Verna Bivens, Gertrude Bivens, Flora A. Black, Edith Black, Margaret Blackburn, Ruth L. Blackburn, Virginia L. Blain, Leona Blaser, Emma L. Bleckschmidt, Alfred Bledso, Hazel Mae Blevans, Alice Bliss, Sydney M. Bloom, Marie Blue, Perry Blue, Thelma Blume, Nina R. Blyholder, John Blythe, Tomazene Bobbitt, Ethel Bockelman, Walter Boettcher, Wm. A. Bogart, Ruth Bohlken, Helen Bolin, Florence Bondurant, Gladys Bondurant, Lillian Bondurant, Ruth Bonnot, Pearl B. Boone, Gussie Boone, Lula Lea Boone, Stanley Boosinger, Dollye Booth, Herman Booche, Mary Borgstadt, Gilbert I-qkqgfx,-s 'pry , fnqg-A-3451: irrww Borum, Ida Ruth Boten, Helen Botts, Lois Botts, Mary Bower, J. E. Bowlin, Lou Bowling, Katie E. Bowman, Mabel Bowman, Roy Boyce, Grace Irene Boyce, Mrs. Mont Boyce, Ruth Boyd, Helen Boyer, Gertrude Bradley, Burkew Brackman, VV. Bradley, Iola Brakel, Elizabeth Brakel, Jenney Bramball, Bernice Brasher, Betty Brasher, Lillian Bransteitter, Grace E. Bray, Jeanette Bricker, Verda R. Bricker, Vesta E. Bridges, Archie Bridgforth, Lacy ' Bright, Marion Brokaa, Frederic Brokau, Katherine Brooker, Blanche Brooks, Mildred Brookshier, Elsie Mae Brosi, Mary Broughton, Glenna Brown, Mrs. Alma I.. Brown, Anna L. Brown, Florence Brown, Edith ' Brown, Eva M. Brown, Jewell C. Brown, John C. Brown, Lenola Brown, Lillian Brown, Mary Fern Brown, M. Irene Brown, Pauline Brownfield, Elizabeth Brubaker. Evelyn Bruce, Ethel Bruce, Frances Bruner, Georgia F. Brunk, Lee Ruth Brunk, Mrs. L. B. Brunk, R. A. Bryan, J. Mason Bryan, Mabel Bryant, Ruth Buddemeyer, Arthur Buddemeyer, Ben Bueker, Elmer Buffan, Edna V. Buhlig, Laura Bull, Wilbur T. Burch, Mrs. Marvel M. Burch, Maurine Burden, Wfalter ll. Burge, Ethel May Burge, XVilma Burk, Hazel Burk, Mary Jane Burnett, John Burnett, Laura Burr, Donald D. Burr, Neta Burris, Agnes Burriss, Mildred Burton, Hannah Busbee, Mary Bush, Norvelle Busick, Vera Yi Buss, H. XY. E. , Buller, Ben V Butler, Fannie - Byers. Stella' . Byram, Margaret Bywaters, R. A. A Caclogen, Frances Cadogen, Georgia Cain, Neal A Cain, Nellie . Callahan, Ellie Callier, Jane Callier, Mrs. Reed f Callis, John G. 'I Callison, Virginia V-I Cameron, Olive If Campbell, Jennie Gi Campbell, Marie Campbell, Mearl Q Campbell, Naomi Cane, Hattie I Cantlon, Mrs. Ann Cantlon, Mildred il Carmichael, Matti 'B Carmichael, Murie Carpenter, Anna Carpenter, Freda i Carpenter, Ruth I Carroll, Baker Carroll, Dora Carroll, Lucille 'll if Carter, Alice E. 'll Carter, Hobart Carter, Margaret Cary, E. Pearl Case, J. E. Casebolt, Eugene Caswell, Anna Caudle, Rose Caulk, J. P. Cayton, A. M. 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Lynch, Mae Lynch, Myrtle Maloney, Irene Mantle, Ruby G. Markward, Ellen Lucile Marolf, P. H. Marsden, Lelia Marsden, VVare Maxwell, Lucy E. Maxey, Myrtle D. Maxwell, Nellie M. Maxwell, Stephen J. Mayens, Gertrude Means, Flo Medley, James VV. Medlock, Harley Medlock, Zanie Mefford, Fern Meloy, Fern Meloy, Ina Meredith, Virgil E. Messerli, Margaret Mether, Agnes Meyer, Irene Meyer. Laura V. Meyer, Mildred Lee Mewes, Laura May Miler, Delphin Miles, Laura C. Miles, Mabel M. Miller, Blanche Mills, Harley M. Miller, Mrs. Eunice Miller, HazelB. Miller, Lela Miller, Julia Miller, Mary Louise Miller, Myrtle Miller, Ruth lfVilla Miller, VVilliam T. Miller, VVinna D. Millender, Pauline Milliken, Gertrude Mills, Talitha Mills, Hattie Milner, Pearl Millsap, M. M. Mitchell, Chiarline Mitchener, Dorothy Moberly, Elizabeth Mo Moberly, Mary Dee Mohler, Genevieve Mobley, Louise A Moler, May Monroe, Mary Montgomery, Cecil R. I19. Montgomery, Dorothy Lee Moore, Alberta M . Moore, Curtis Lucile Fern Moore, Moore, Lena E. Moore, Mamie Marshall, Martha Nadine Marti, Verna Mae Martin, Alpha R. Martin, Catherine Martin, Idena Martin, Helen Moore, Mary Belle Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moody, Morgan M organ Morgan M organ Morgan Mary F. Marjorie M. Franklyn Willina B. ' Bryant J. Mrs.BessieSniith Morgan, , Frances , Mary Ilene , Paul A. , Pearl Eva , Ralph S. Morris, Cleora Morris, Esther B. Morrow, Lelia Clare Mothersbaugh, Ross Mothersbaugh, Jesse Mothersead, Helen Mothershead, Lou Rette Muench, Oleta Mulhearn, Mary Murdock, Marguerite Murphy, John C. Murry, Julia A. Murray, Marjorie May Mussman, Naomi Myers, Mary Ethel Myrant. Samuel B. Nattinger, Ralph Naxera, Emma Nelson, Beulah B. Nelson, Hazel Agnes , Nelson, Eunice M. Nelson, Linwood Nelson, Mildred . Neuenschwander, Hildz Neely, Dena Lois Nevins, Edna Newkirk, Naomi K. Neiderwimmer, Eula Neumann, ,Catherine Newham, Margaret Newlon, Fae Newton, Mary A. Newton, Rebecca Nichols, Albert M. Nichols, Ina Mae Noel, Hazel L. Noland, Edith Noland, Kavanaugh Nolte, Myrtle Northcutt, Chas. E. Norton, Audrey Norton, Dairal Norton, Elizabeth Nunn, Elizabeth Nunn, George W. O'Brien, Millie Ocheltree, R. Don Oetting, Albert D. Offutt, Christine Offutt, Lena Ogden, Mary Ogg, Lou Emma Oglesby, Harriett 5 Oliver, Agnes Oliver, Irene , Oostenbroek, Frances Oots, Grace C. Orr, Cecelia Orr, C. H. Ortiz, Sarita Osborne, Andree Osborne, Mrs. Annie -, Osborne, Jessie May Osborne, Ethel Owen, Dottie Pearl ' Owen, Edith I Lorena Owen, Owen, Verna M. Owsley, Nellie Pace, Eula Pace, Gladys Painter, VVillie Palmer, Shannon Parker, Harry Field Parker, Louise Parkins, Mattie Parrish, Hettie Patterson, Mrs. A. R. Patterson, Eugene P. Paugh, Mabel L. i Paul, Viola Peacock, Raymond Peak, Bradley Pearson, Mrs. Imegene Pedrow, Josie M. Pelot, Mary Elizabeth Pemberton, Charles Pemberton, Dixie Penman, Alice L. Penrod, Addie Perdue, Mrs. Bess Perdue, Irene Perkins, Anna Louise Perry, Mary Alforetta Peterman, Elsie Peters, Edna Peters, Augusta Peters, Frances Pelters, Mrs, O. L. Petersen, J. Stewart Petersen, Virginia Petree, Jewell ' Pfister, Emma R. Pheasant, Elizabeth Phillips, Gertrude Phillips, Cecil B. Phillips, Earl L. Phillips, Hazel E. Phillips, Maude Phillips, Myrl Beatrice Phillips Sarah Elizabeth Pickett: Charles E. Pickett Ethel Todd Pigg, Rluth Pitcher, Marian Pigg, Lavera Pigg, Pearl Pittman, Margaret Lee Plank, Jewell C. Poe, Bryce Poindexter, Gordon Poindexter, Louise Pointer, Odessa Pollock, Ada Pollock, Elmer Pdnder, Addie Elizabeth Ponder, Gertrude A. Porter, Kathleen Porter, Ruth Potter, Mary Spencer Pound, Pearl Powell, Jewell Powell, Mrs. Inez Park Powell mljlogga . Velma Preston, Goldie M. Prewitt, Olive M. Price, Mrs. Lilian Price, Mary Price, Pauline Pringle, Frances Pritchett, E. C. if5wai" Pry, A. Lowell Puckett, Abbie Puckett, Harold G. Puckett, Lowell M. Puckett, Rena Pulliam, Grace Pulliam, Margaret Pulley, Gladys Purchase, Oreen Quisenberry, Margaret Redford, Gladys Cloyd E. Ramey, Mrs. Edna Ramsey, George E. Ramseyer, Amalie Randolph, Mary C. Ranum, Adele S. Ranum, Norman Rathbert, Mayme C. Rau, Stella Raubinger, L Rawlings, Th Rea, Maud E Ream, Madg Reavis, Fern Rector, Fred: Redman, Lorl Reed, Maria! Reichel, C. F Reid, Edna Reid, J. W., , Reid, Mabell Reid, Mary II Reid, Mary C a l Remley, Op Reuszer, Wa Repp, Edith Resch, Juanii Reuszer, Clai Reynolds, Dr Reynolds, Lu Reynolds, Ma Rhoades, Bes Rhoades, Ral Rhoads, Myr Rhodes, Eula Rhodes, Chri Rhodes, Leyc Rhodes, Ione Rhodes, Sara Riddle, Lota Riddle, Rut Rigg, Ruth Richardson, 1 Richardson, l Richardson, l Richey, Ida Riker, Anna Rickus, Doro Rickus, Elise Riley, Cheste Rippee, Vest: Ritter, Opal Roark, Rachn Robb, Helen Roberts, Agn Roberts, Glai Roberts, Pea Robertson, C h V Robertson, E Robertson, E Robertson, F Robertson, L Robertson, R Robinson, D4 Robinson, H4 Robinson, Iv Robinson, M Robinson, Ol Robertson, F Rodenbach, ' Rogers, Cletz Rogers, Flor: Rogers, Marj Rogers, Paul Rohlfing, Flc Rollins, Adel Rollins, Leor Rollins, Ray: Rollins, Vivi: Rolls, Georgi Roop, Alonzi Roop, Amy Ross, Clarke Ross, Dorotl Rothe, Ella Rowland, He Rowley, Seb: Royar, Eunim Rucker, Hele Rucker, Mal Rudy, C . Ta artin, Juanita artin, Maud B. artin, Maurinc artin, Nellie lVells artin, Opal assey, Ruth asters, Anna asterson, Opal otsinger, Rena Lee atthews, Dorothy , atthews, Mrs. Ernest atthews, Eula atthews, Mary att hews, VVm. Ernest atzenzfuer, Hazel aupin, Susan Anne axwell, Fern axwell, Lucy E. axey, Myrtle D. axwell, Nellie M. axwell, Stephen J. ayens, Gertrude eans, Flo edley, James VV. edlock, Harley edlock, Zanie efford, Fern eloy, eloy, Fern Ina eredith, Virgil E. esserli, Margaret ether, Agnes eyer, Irene eyer. Laura V. ieyer, Mildred Lee ewes, Laura May filer, Delphin iles, Laura C. iiles, Mabel M. liller, Blanche fills, Harley M. liller Mrs. Eunice 1 liller, liller, Lela liller, Julia liller, Mary Louise liller, Myrtle Ruth VVilla Hazel B. liller, liller, William T. liller, VVinna D. lillender, Pauline lilliken, Gertrude Iills, Talitha Iills, Hattie lilner, Pearl Iillsap, M. M. litchell, Charline Iitchener, Dorothy Ioberly, Elizabeth Mona Ioberly, Mary Dee Iohler, Genevieve Iobley, Louise A Ioler, May Ionroe, Mary Iontgomery, Cecil R. Iontgomery, Dorothy Let: Ioore, Alberta M. Ioore, Curtis loore, Lucile Fern Ioore, Lena E. Ioore, Mamie floore, Mary Belle floore, Mary F. Ioore, Marjorie 'Ioore M. Franklyn floorej Wiilina B. Ioody, Bryant J. I fIorgan,Mrs.BessieSnnth fIor an Frances florgan, Mary Ilene florgan, Paul A. florgan, Pearl Eva florgan, Ralph S. Morris, Cleora Morris, Esther B. Morrow, Lelia Clare Mothersbaugh, Ross Mothersbaugh. Jesse Mothersead, Helen Mothershead, Lou Rette Muench, Oleta ' Mulhearn, Mary Murdock, Marguerite Murphy, John C. Murry, Julia A. Murray, Marjorie May Mussman, Naomi Myers, Mary Ethel Myrant. Samuel B. Nance, Corrinna Hart Nattinger, Ralph Naxera, Emma Nelson, Beulah B. Nelson, Hazel Agnes . Nelson, Eunice M. Nelson, Linwood Nelson, Mildred - Neuenschwander, Hildz Neely, Dena Lois Nevins, Edna Newkirk, Naomi K. Neiderwimmer, Eula Neumann, ,Catherine Newham, Margaret Newlon, Fae Newton, Mary A. Newton, Rebecca Nichols, Albert M. Nichols, Ina Mae Noel, Hazel L. 1 Noland, Edith Noland, Kavanaugh Nolte, Myrtle ' Northcutt, Chas. E. Norton, Audrey Norton, Dairal Norton, Elizabeth Nunn, Elizabeth Nunn, George W. O'Brien, Millie Ocheltree, R. Don , Oetting, Albert D. Offutt, Christine Offutt, Lena Ogden, Mary Ogg, Lou Emma Oglesby, Harriett Oliver, Agnes Oliver, Irene Oostenbroek, Frances Oots, Grace C. Orr, Cecelia Orr, C. H. Ortiz, Sarita Osborne, Andree Osborne, Mrs. Annie Osborne, Jessie May Osborne, Ethel Owen, Dottie Pearl Owen, Edith Owen, Lorena Owen, Verna M. Owsley, Nellie Pace, Eula Pace, Gladys Painter, VVillie Palmer, Shannon Parker, Harry Field Parker, Louise Parkins, Mattie Parrish, Hettie Patterson, Mrs. A. R. Patterson, Eugene P. Paugh, Mabel L. Paul, Viola Peacock, Raymond Peak, Bradley Pearson, Mrs. Imegene Pedrow, Josie M. Pelot, Mary Elizabeth Pemberton, Charles Pemberton, Dixie Penman, Alice L. Penrod, Addie Perdue, Mrs. Bess Perdue, Irene Perkins, Anna Louise Perry, Mary Alforetta Peterman, Elsie Peters, Edna Peters, Augusta Peters, Frances Pelters, Mrs. O. L. Petersen, J. Stewart Petersen, Virginia Petree, Jewell Pfister, Emma R. Pheasant, Elizabeth Philli s, Gertrude Cecil B. I3 Phillips, Phillips, Earl L. Hazel E. Phillips, Phillips, Maude Phillips, Phillips, Pickett, Charles E. Pickett, Ethel Todd Pigg, Ruth Pitcher, Marian Pigg, Lavera Pigg, Pearl Pittman, Margaret Lee Plank, Jewell C. Poe, Bryce Poindexter, Gordon Poindexter, Louise Pointer, Odessa Pollock, Ada Pollock, Elmer Ponder, Addie Elizabeth Gertrude A. Ponder, Porter, Kathleen Porter, Ruth Potter, Mary Spencer Pearl Pound, Powell, Jewell Powell, Mrs. Inez Park Powell, Noqma, Velma Powell Preston, holdie M. Prewitt, Olive M. Price, Mrs. Lilian Price, Mary Price, Pauline Pringle, Frances Pritchett, E. C. Pry, A. Lowell Puckett, Abbie Puckett, Harold G. Puckett, Lowell M. Puckett, Rena Pulliam, Grace Pulliam, Margaret Pulley, Gladys Purchase, Oreen Quisenberry, Margaret Redford, Gladys Ragner, Cloyd E. Ramey, Mrs. Edna Ramsey, George E. Ramseyer, Amalie Randolph, Mary C. Ranum, Adele S. Ranum, Norman Rathbert, Mayme C. Myrl Beatrice Sarah Elizabeth Rau, Stella Raubinger, Lucille Rawlings, Thomas C. Rea, Maud E. Ream, Madge Reavis, Fern Rector, Frederick Redman, Lora Reed, Marian Reichel, C. F. Reid, Edna Reid, J. W., Jr. Reid, Mabelle R. Reid, Mary Beth Reid, Mary Gladys Remley, Opal Reuszer, NValter RePP, Edith Resch, Juanita Reuszer, Clara Reynolds, Della Mae Reynolds, Lucile Reynolds, Matilda Rhoades,' Bessie Rhoades, Ralpho Rhoads, Myrtle Rhodes, Eula Rhodes, Christine Rhodes, Leyda Rhodes, Ione Rhodes, Sarah E. Riddle, Lota Riddle, Ruth Rigg, Ruth W. Richardson Geor e D. 1 g Richardson, Hazel L. Richardson, Hiram A Richey, Ida Riker, Anna K. Rickus, Dorothy Rickus, Elise M. Riley, Chester E. Rudy, Virginia Rupe, Laura M. Rusk, Eunice Rush, Grace Helen Rush, John M. Russell, Goldie Shroll, Bernice Shryack, Beatrice Shuck, Frances Shufier, Thelma Shull, Mrs. Eugenia Shull Glad s Russell, Hattie R. Ryburn, M rs. Hazel Elliott Salmon, Irene Salter, Clarence Sampson, Nellie. Sampson, Ruth Blanche Sanders, Elizabeth Saults, Vera Fay Sawford, Anna L. Sayers, Stella Schaberg, Henry G. ' Scherer, Anna BJ Schieber, Ora L. Schieber, Violet Schilb, Lorea Shull, Goldie Sick, Mary Sick, Zelma Silver, Helen K. Silvey, Ada B. Sim, Mrs. Maude C Simpson, Hila Sims, Lee T. Sinclair, Myra Elizabeth Siron, Margaret Sisk, Florence Mae Sivils, Elgie Six, Jacob E. Six, Mrs. Jacob E. Ska, gs, Ruth Skiliman, Annabelle Schilb, Mary M. ' Schmidt, Anna Schmitt, Christ Schmitt, Frank Schmitz, Bernard Schorlingler, Leona Schrimsher, Charles, Jr. Schultz, Alma' Schultz, Wilma Schuster, Leonard Schutte, Christine C. Schwanke, Leta Schwenck, Ruth Scott, Anna Scott, Erleen Scott, Elizabeth Scott, Margaret Scott, Nelle Lucile Scott, Ruby V Scott, Stella Rippee, Vesta Ritter, Opal Roark, Rachel M. Robb, Helen Roberts, Agnes Roberts, Gladys e Roberts, P Robertson arl Chester Robertsonj Eula Robertson, Robertson, Robertson, Robertson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robertson, Eva Fay Lucille Ruth Doris Helen Iva Mary Oletha Ramona Rodenbach, Thelma Rogers, Cleta Mae Rogers, Florence B. Rogers, Mary Louise Rogers, Paul D. Rohlfing, Florence Rollins, Adelia Belle Rollins, Leonard Rollins, Raymond Rollins, Vivian Rolls, Georgia Roop, Alonzo W. Roo Am P, Y Ross, Clarke Ross, Dorothy Rothe, Ella Rowland, Helena Rowley, Sebee D. Royar, Eunice Rucker, Helen C. Rucker, M abyl Rudy, C. Tavener Scotten, P. V. Scruggs, Vivian Sears, Hannah Belle Seevers, Delpha Seibert, Lydia Sellers, Mrs. Jessie Hars Settle, Ruth Sevier, Nelle Shackelford, Josie Shackelford, Marjorie Shackelford, Ruth Shafer, Neva Shannon, Cornelia Sharp, Bernice Sharp, Jean Sharp, Mabel Sharp, Marcella Shaw, Elizabeth Shaw, Guineverre Shaw, Ora L. Shelton, Fannie G. Shelton, Raymond Shanholtzer, Kathryn Sheperd, Boyd Shepherd, Mrs. Jas. R. Shepard, Jesse C. Shepherd, Leo Shepard, Lucy Ann Shemwell, Hubert Sherman, Ruth Shewey, Georgia Shewey, Helen Shier, Margaret Shimel, Arline Shockey, Harwood Shoemaker, Viola Shorb, Mae Short, Anna May Short, Dorothy Short, Lucille Shortridge, Lelia Slade, Ferrell VV. Slater, Norma L. Sloan, Margaret Slone, Ona Small, Alva Ollie Small, Naomi Zoe Smarr, Courtney Smart, Minnie Smart, Raymond Smedley, Ethna L. Smiser, Grace L. Smiser, Aletha Smiser, Lisbeth Smith, Avis Smith, Blanche C. Smith, Carl D. Smith, Crittie Thorpe Smith, Edith S. Smith, Grace E. Smith, Henrietta Smith, Forrest Smith, Gertrude Smith, Hattie Smith, Helen Smith, Jessie Smith, J. Woodson Smith, Katherine Smith, Katie Smith, Mary Smith, Marth De La Smith, Ruth Ann Smith, Thelma Smitherman, Gladys Snedden, Josephine Snider, Jewell Snider, Marguerite Snider, Nellie Snider, Ruth Snodgrass, Raymond J. Snow, Pearl Snow, Ruth Snyder, F. L. Souther, Elizabeth Sperber, Eva Sperber, Ruth Spicer, Elizabeth Spitler, Laura E. Spurrier, Lillian Stagner, R. VV. Stafford, Pearl Stamps, Fontella Stark, Inez Starkey, Etiva Starkey, Hazel St. Clair, Walter B. Steagall, Cora Viola Stecker, Florence Stephens, Goldia A. Stephens, Mary Stephenson, Annabel Stephenson, Myra 1ummers, Mollie Stephenson, S. C. Stevens, Helen Stevens, Lucilc 'tevens Martha Ctex ens May Stuart Henry B. Stevlart Cammie Stewart Mary E. Stewart' Maurice Stewart Mildred Stigall Milferd D. Ctigall Opal Stockton, Harriet Stockton, Robin Raines Stoddard, Mrs. E. K. Stone Garnet Stout Anna Ruth Stout Mrs. Nadine Gray Straley Henrietta Straw Geraldine Street Edward E. Strickfaden, Bertha E. Strickland, Fannie Strode Edith Ctrole Mrs. Allie Strong Elizabeth Strong W. Wallace Ctubbleheld, Rosemary ctuclxey, Emma Stubblefield, Pauline C tuhrman, Juanita Ctull Alice Stump Mrs. Dimple L. C turg1s Mary F. Suddath, Jennie Suddath, W. N. Suddath, Virgil Sullivan, Agnes Sullivan, Helen C ullnan, Norine fwulser Grace Summers, Benton ummers, Vera Mae Sutton Mary Swanson, Eliza Swanson, Gardie Swartz Arlene 1. 1weeney, Margaret. Sweeney, Nellie A. Sweeney, Rose B. 1w1gert, Mary Ellen awlsher, Mary D. Thomas, Virginia Thompson, Mrs. Alice D. Thomson, Mary Elizabeth Thomson, Ruth Thomson, Stella Thompson, Theodore Thornhill, Lucille Thornton, Ira Thurman, Fern Thurmon, Lena Thurston, Alfred Tieman, Cornelia Tillman, Ruth Olive Timmons, E. W. Tinsley, Jewell Tinsley, P. M. Tising, Margaret Taggart, Agnes Troy, Marie Tolle, Dora Tolle, Katherine Tomlinson, Mamie Tompkins, Martha Toomay, Reta Townsend, Josephine Townsend, Martha Sue Trail, Nellie Trask, Vada Troedston, Emil Truitt, Evelyn N. Tuck, Ruby Tuepker, Paul Turner, Bessie C. Turner, Bessie L. Turner, E. E. Turner, Kathryn Turner, Zelma Turnbow, Ruby Tyler, Bernice Tyler, Cecil Tyler, Horace Greely Ulrey Deva Wallace, Margarette Wallace, Marjorie Walker, Eva B. WValter, Mary Walters, Mabel Walton, Lillian Ward, Amanda Ward, Blanche Ward, Mrs. Josephine Ward, Ruby Warden, Juel E Warden, Ray Wareham, Evelyn lfVarner, Alice Warner, Floyd Warner, Hattie May Warner, Lillian Warnes, Mary Wash, Lorraine Watson, Anna Lee Watson, Edith - Watson, Ida Belle Watson, Isabel Waltersheide, Mildred Weatherman, Winifred Webb, Mrs. Georgia Payne Webb, Edna Lee Webb, Frank J. Weeks, Lola Weir, Lora Welch, Mrs. Landon Welch, Mary Alice Welch, Samuel G. Welch, Vernon W. Welker, Bessie Weller, Helen Walker, Mabel lfVeller, Cleora May Wells, Lora Welsh, Hallie F. Welton, Mrs. Myrtle Mar wwope Velma D. 1ympson, Mary Q alley Neva ankesley, Alba Tapp Cornelia 'lapp Mildred larrant Mrs. Lora iatman faylor 1 aylor Taylor Baylor 1 aylor 1 aylor aylor aylor femple , Verda I Helen D. John Laura Marjorie Y Mrs. Dorothy Mildred E. Ruth Mabel empleton, Blanche Vetley Levy ietley Vesta lhacher, Eula harrington, Nelle l'h1ele Helen Fhistlethwaite, Cecil Thomas llhomas 1 homas Thomas , Blanche , Irma Irene , John W. , Mrs. Ruby lihomas, XVm. M. -J , 1 .1 , .1 c , 1 .1 , ' 1 C c , - 1 -.J , .HJ c , ,1 'S 1 1 '- 1 .1 1 1 1 1 r 1 L 1 .J ' -1 1 1 ' 1 S 1 ..1 , .1 .1 ' .. C1 ,1 1 ' 1 1 '- . 1 . ,x .J ' 1 '1 1 1 5 Q. . Q1 C' Y C 1 . . 41 . . C. . C. ' 1 t. fn 1 an .. , 1 .- 1 f-Q 1 fn f 1 rm 1 7- 1 31. , r-1 'TX Y ' 1 fra ' 1 4' ' 1 fn f -- 1 rw 1 'rf fl,-Q . . c , . 1 , . 1 c ...AL Ulrey, Fred W. Underwood, Leo Underwood, Laura Urban, F. Oberg Urton, Agnes Lyle Vadnais, Alzora Vanatta, Christine E. Vanamburg, R. W. Vandiver, Ruth Vandiver, Sarah M. Vanhorn, Harold VanHoy, John E. Vanmeter, Melba Van Meter, XVilla Vansickle, Irene Vaughan, Helen Vaughan, Mable Vaughan, Payton Vincent, Mrs. Eliza Vivion, Jewell Vogel, Lydia Volk, Selma A. Volkart, Josephine Voris, Oma Vossbrink, Emilie Wade, Eleanor Wagle, Bernice Wagle, Louise Wagoner, Orville Wahl, Zeda Walbridge, R. Lee Walk, Lena Walker, Floyd Walker, Inez Walker, Mabel Walker, Thelma Wall, Luna Wallace, Elizabeth West, Agnes Whanger, Grace Wheeler, Mrs. Esther W'heeler, Harry Wheeler, Lula Irene Whinery, Hattie White, Anna Belle White, Audrey White, C. M. White, Daisy May White, Dora White, Edna White, Everett White, Florence White, Hiram White, Maria White, Marie . White, Mildred White Ruth Whitehead, Bertha VVhitman, Louise Whiteman, Clarence Whiteman, Zelma Whitfield, Cecile Whitfield, Frances Whitney, Thelma M. Whitsett, Robert Wickens, Lewis A. Wiley, Ecton Wiley, Lillian Wiley, Roy Lee lfViley, Vera Maude Wilkinson, Sallie Lee Williams, Edna F. Williams, D. G. lfVilliams, Jewel Mae Williams, Lucille Williams, Rose Williams, Velma L. Willis, Edith Willis, Sydney E. Wil1lows, Ermal L. VVills, Faye Garland Wilson, Daisy VVilson, Delmar Vlfilson, J. M. Wilson, Madarine Wilson, Myrtle M. Winburn, G. B. Winchell, Adda Mary Windler, Vera Windsor, Mrs. B. O. Windsor, Florence Windmeier, Ruby Winebrenner, Fl-ossie VVingfield, Julia H. Winscott, Leone Wirsig, Elma Wisir, Alma Wisehart, Florence Witcig, Willa Agnes Witherspoon, Eula Woirhaye, Eunice Woirhaye, Ruth Woirhaye, Zola 1 Wolfe, Clara Belle Wolfe, Dora B. Wolfe, Henry Wollard, Icy Belle Wollard, Nettie Frances Womack, Albert L. Wood, Albertine Wood, Hilma Wood, Lester Wood, Josephine VVoodyard, Exalee Woodyard, Lewis Worley, Blanche Worley, Gladys Worthley, Edith R. Woten, Maggie Wright, Dessia Maude Wright, Ernestine Wright, Gladys Yarnell, Myrtle VValker Yates, Katherine Yeater, H. H. Yennie, Anna Ray Yoder, Frances E. 1, Arc, Young, Ethel Young, Frances Young, Hazel Young, Kathryn Young, Marguerite Young, Vesta Yowell, Margie Zey, Ray Wilhoit Wilhoit Wilhoit , Ethel , Helen , Luda Jeanett VVilhoit, Mabel M. VVilkerson, Grace Zentmeyer, Zula' Zimmerman, Ella Zimmerman, Mary Zook, Nellie Zook, Trusie I r- 'ik YY' V .Vm' - - -- Qig' K1 '..c,..i....f, 1-I .-.- , "Y r .f il xx . - -P V, 11, ,,,11' A, .. . ,,,J.,,1 X 'pl' '4 i. N1 r. N IXN ,1' 1, 1, T' 4.1 Arjun I 1 1 1 1 l ,ff X ,Xxx .,' 1,' J , . . M.: . L- I- 11.11. 4 , .1 .. 'F "1.. .' 1 '11 . -1-6. . X t., x,4.a-7 ., .,,1 X 1 'l, . 1- 1 N51 - 'k',"kX51, Y X x , ,,1 1 1' 3 ,II 1 trim-1ilLL,I' . 1. X! '.1 s fpq 11? 1 I rf 1 ,Hz S3 JJ T .1 Tlggzrhi I 11 ! 1. ll T .W D' if . 11-- Q ...- 1 e Lee F. M ae e L. L. land ne M. Mary .O. ce Y ossne H. li nce gnes ula ce l :HC :HC Frances t L. 1 e lee is 5 1R. Maude ne VVal ker e 33' E. 'ite a Lry WH , 'liz 'Ju-L. ..,,11i'-'.,..-, .1-..-. - .....- lL'5.g,.,.,,,. - ' h.J"u-u. --" - b....uuQ1q.Al- 45 ffl-. V l- sw -, - LETICS in 1' A, ' ' 1 T' TBD'-J Wm ' , Z 'Jff , ff ,G 7 W , W If 4 , C1 Hl tw Coz men. 1 the win: Th' rensburg Th1 The soo last few Thl against in favor Mules. The The Mu the scor Thn This wa The The Kir the Wal -ceiving ' The 'The ML The rest The Mules v 'slate an' The Page 161 1 1 l COACH REID TMILLIAMS GIBSON COACH W ILLIAMS FOOTBALL, 11926 HE outlook for the Mules to have a winning football team for 1926 was bright when fifty- two men came out for practice, eleven of whom were letter-men. Coaches Reid and Williams worked diligently .or four weeks selecting a team from these men. It was through the tireless efforts of the coaches and the co-operation of these men that the winning team of '26 was produced. The opening game was played at Springfield, October 1, between Drury Panthers and Vilar- rensburg Mules, The Mules were victorious by a score of 27-0. The second game was played October 8, at Cameron, Missouri, against Missouri Wesleyan. The score resulted in a victory for the Mules, 35-7, the score of the opponents being made in the last few minutes of the game. The third game, which was the Homecoming game, was played at Warrensburg, October 15, against the Central Eagles of Fayette, Missouri. W'hen the final whistle blew the score was 13-0 in favor of the Mules. This was the third victory from members of the College Union for the Mules. The fourth game was played October 22, at Ottawa, Kansas, against Ottawa University. The Mules kept the game in their hands until the fourth quarter, when the University boys tied the score, making it 6-6. The fifth game was played October 29 at Springfield against the Springfield Teachers' College. This was a hard-fought game on a muddy field, the score being a 7-0 victory for the Mules. The sixth game was played November 5, at Warrensburg, against the Kirksville Teachers. The Kirksville Bulldogs came to XfVarrensburg with a clean slate, but met defeat at the hands of the VVarrensburg Mules, 19-12. The Kirksville Teachers finished second in the Conference, re- ceiving their only defeat of the season from the Mules. The seventh game was played November 11 at Maryville against the Maryville Teachers- 'The Mules were victorious in a hard-fought battle from the champions of the previous year. The result of the game was 12-0. The last game was November 19, at Vkfarrensburg, against the Cape Girardeau Indians. The Mules won an easy game from the Indians by a score of 33-0. This gave the Mules a clean slate and the championship of the season. The record of this team places it as one of the best teams ever produced by C. M. S, T. C- -C. XY. Page 161 11 WALBRIDGE K BROWN CULL WHITE MULES COACH TAD REID At last another coach s dream has come true A team has been rounded out that IS champ1onsh1p stuff and 1t comes through Wlfh the goods What team couldn t w1n for a coach such as Tad Reld? COACH BILL WILLIAMS Another b1g 11nk 1S made In Coach B111 s 11fe as a coach What could a school want better than a comb1nat1on of two coaches such as Tad and B111? W H WILLIAMS QB111J Hafrzsonmlle VVe1ght 110 pounds he1ght 6 feet Our capta1n B111 has a11 h1s men 1n the game a11 the t1me playmg for the game and our school B111 s one w1sh came true to be captam of a champ1onsh1p team that d1d not know the meanmg of defeat He was chosen halfback on the second A11 Conference team He w111 be back next year to help the Mules toward another year just as successful LOLAN GIBSON CG1bb1eD Hamilton VVe1ght 165 pounds he1ght 5 feet 9 Inches G1bb1e that any capta1n needs He plays a guard pos1t1on and knows h1s pos1t1on The men of 1927 should work w1th h1m and then he too w111 be captam of a champ1onsh1p team G1bb1e f1n1shes. h1S football next year so let s g1V6 h1m a b1g year Page I 62 ll 73 Y o lp - . a l 7 ' ll 77 ' ' ll ll ' ' ' ' ' Il ' Y YY ' . ' ' ll YY ll ' .YI . . . Y . . I . Y , 5 . 1 ' . ' . . . . . . , , . I ' Y 1 . Y Y . ' . . 1S captaln-elect, and the team of '27 w111 have a man to lead them who has a11 the requirements. . . . y ' y ' 1 .l . . , Q . . . , . , 1 I J 'l K i QM ,uv A ur been Ildn 't What Jtain, s one efeat. I help -ibbie nents- 192 7 ishes ff" g gi I 229 . A. 'Q 1 22 frlifnfi A ff X f '.,f fi? 452 W E 044 'l6Z REID SCOTT V RILEY XVHITEMAN VIRGIL REID CVirgeJ, Stajfofd, Kan. Weiglit, 169 pounds, height, 5 feet, 7 inches. Virge proved to be a little dandy when it was his duty to plug that line Being short and heavy he h was ard to stop. As an entertainer on the long trips, Virge proved. to be able to tie with Scottie. We'1l miss him next year. LOUIS SCOTT CScottieJ, Sikeston. XfVeight, 160 poundsg height, 5 feet, 8 inches. This is Scottie's first year as a Mule and he has proved that he is all Mule. Scottie was under a handi- cap the first of the season on account of bad knees, but in the late part of the season he began to get started, and he was one of the most consistent ground-gainers on the team. He will be back next year, and all we hope is that he begins where he left Off this year. CHESTER RILEY CAndyD, Greenfield. Weight, 155 pounds, height, 5 feet, 8 inches. Riley played his first year as a Mule regular and proved to be a good line-plugger. He will be back next year, and we are looking for a lot of good thin s from him g . MAYNARD WHITE, Tipton. VVeight, 175 pounds, height, 6 feet. Maynard played guard on the team and proved that he could take care of this position in nice shape. This is his last year of college football, and in losing him we are losing a valuable man. 5 X fb FWZ' E l E I Z I Page 163 PATTERSON R BROWN V KEBNEDX DICK CLARENCE WHITEMAN CWh1t1eJ Richmond Weight 185 pounds height 5 feet 10 inches. XX hitie played his last year of football this year and when he leaves he is leaving a position that will be hard to fill He was an 1nspirat1on to the men and d1d his work without balking He closed his football career as many others would like to by playing on the best team the College has ever produced He was chosen captain and quarterback of the All Conference team ROY BROWN CBFOWDICD Ihggmsvzlle Weight 165 pounds he1ght 5 feet 10 inches This was Roy s Hrst year as a regular and he proved to be the best ground gamer the Mules had. as halfback his first year Roy will be back again next year so we are expecting big things from him aga1n KENNETH BROWN CMikeD Hzggmsvzlle Weight 171 pounds height 5 feet 11 inches. Mike Roy s brother proved to be one of the best ends in the conference making the All Confer- ence team his first year He will be back agam next year and we look for Mike to be even better than this year HOWARD PATTERSON CPatj Warrensburg Weight 195 pounds height 6feet linch This was Pat s second year as a Mule and he proved to be a real tackle by making the second All- Lonference team Pat was a hard worker and knew what it was all about He will be back next year and 27 should be Pat s big year ' Page 164 A G I r 'T K 1 1 T an W T . . Y . ' . Y 5. . J 7 1 1 . , 1 , Y . V - . . . ' . y 2 . V - I , . . He is fast, shifty, and knows football. This was proved when he made the All-Conference position 1 - i i - . y i i i 1 1 i . , . . a 1 v ' Y 4 , I y . A: ev en of hi ot St VV! VV1 at H H an I ll Pa inches. an that g. He follege This :s had. osition things inches. fonfer- better This id All- e back f ,, , -ff' Q17 4145 4,23 , 05174 ' '- 1, fm ' n'4'fEg4 , , Z. px y WW A Ma 5, 7 1 - Q ffA,, ip, f 1 g . 5 7 1. 1ge I 64 GARRISON DRAPER ' STACY JOHNSON JAMES ROBERT GARRISON Cjim Bobb, Warrenslmrg. Weight, 160 pounds, height, 6 feet. As an end of one year's experience, jim Bob proved to be a wonder. He was a big factor in every game, and with this year's experience added, he will make a good bid for an All-Conference end next year. ,He is heady and a good pass-catcher and will prove to be a football player worthy of any college team. MONT DRAPER, Wafrensburg. VVeight, 167 pounds, height, 5 feet, 11 inches. Mont learned his football in the Training School and at Kemper. He proved to be a mean end-hard to get out of the way, and fast. He will be back next year and we are expecting big things from him. STERLING STACY, Warrensburg. Weight, 165 pounds, height, 5 feet, 11 inches. This was Stacy's first year as a football man and he has developed into a guard or tackle that is good to watch. He was an apt pupil of the game and it will be a loss to us next year when he fails to be with us. EUGENE JOHNSON, Odessa. W'eight, 175 pounds, height, 6 feet. This is Red's third year at guard and he has been one that could be relied upon to fill any of the men's place at this position. He will be back again next fall, and a great deal is expected of him his last year. CHARLES F. DICK CCharleyj, Wczrrensburg. Vifeight, 153 pouridsg height, 5 feet, 9 inches. Here we lose another man worth his weight in gold to any team. He is fast, a hard tackler, and heady, and was chosen as All-Conference guard. Charley closed his football career with glory. 2' Page I65 THE SQUAD XIERNON KENNEDY, Mendon. Weight, 180 pounds, height, 6 feet. .Kennedy was shifted from backfield to a tackle position and here he found his place. No one need deny it, he is the best tackle in the state-fast, a poison tackler, and hard to stop when he has a man to put out of the way. He was All-Conference material this year holding the tackle position, and he will be back next year to help win another championship. R. L. WALBRIDGE CMojoj, Warrensbufg. Weight, 198 pounds, height, 6 feet. The center that had no equal. We lose Mojo through graduation, this year, and in losing him we lose one of the team's greatest assets. He was selected as All-Conference center. ' KENNETH CULL, Warrensburg. Weight, 158, pounds, height, 5 feet 9 inches. He was the victim of the jinx this year and had to ride the bench a great deal of the time due to a bad shoulder. He proved to have the best making of any end in the conference. . T0 THE REST OF THE SQUAD: - There is little doubt but that these men made the team, for without them there could not have been any scrimmage, and these men deserve much praise for their work and the way they helped to make the best team C. M. S. T. C. has ever had. To McGraw, Humphreys, Crawford, Cameron, Cildress, Henry, L. Kennedy, Albers, Aber, Beary, Ferguson, Herman, Kanoy, Leonard, Milliken, Michaels, Petre, Rhoades, and Turner. Page 166 l. .gf- 5 2 5. bfi ,fi -' gg? f-,nEf3:l- 1: 'v'f"' 2. J L1 wo .2111 "f as it fl - E i shifted ie is the put out l he will e center lose one was the houlder. uld not they Albers, and Page 166 DRAPER COACH REID Cr.-XRRISON - BASKET BALL CAPTAIN jAMEs ROBERT GARRISON, "Chickie," won his letter for the second time at forward. Besides being captain, he was high-point man and was given honorable mention by the papers. Jim Bob is only a sophomore and should make it tough going for the opposing guards next year. MONT DRAPER is another sophomore to win his letter. This is Draper's first year to wear a Mule uniform, and he was given a guard position on the All-State team. He was also second high-point man on the squad. Mont was respected by every team on the Mule schedule and should be a constant source of worry to forwards next season. CULL XVILLIAMS PETRE Page 167 XVALBRIDCII VVHITE OETTING IQENNETH CULL a sophomore won h1s letter playing a forward positlon Kenny was fighting every 1n1nute he was 1n the game and followed the ball l1ke a hawk With another year to improve his eye for the basket, he will give somebody a hard go for a regular berth. HENRY VVILLIAMS is one of the boys from Harrisonville. 'Bill" is a junior but this is the Hrst time he has made the basket ball team. Bill played center and fought hard. Another year of experience and he will be right in among 'em. DELBERT PETRE is another freshman to win fame for himself. 'Pete" was one of the fastest men on the floor in the conference and pistoled long shots quite frequently. Half of the popula- tion of Knob Noster could be found among the audience who came up to watch Pete" strut his stuff. He will be back again next year, and according to predictions, will make a name for him- self before he receives his sheepskin. . LEE XMALBRIDGE receives his degree this year and will be missed when the call is issued next year. This was "lVlojo's" first stab at college basket ball and he made a few forwards sit up and take notice. K NIAYNARD XVHITE, too, will be lost through graduation. He creditably performed the task of filling up the hole left by his brother, who graduated last year. 'Minn was a good defensive man and would occasionally tear loose and pistol a basket. Page 168 RUSSELL RAGNER ALBERS H was ALBERI1 OETTiivG,is, another of the seniors who will be lost to the team through graduation. .er year Although this was Al s first year to receive his letter, he played the game like a veteran. Always dolng his best and scrapping every minute were his 311115, and he d1dn't fall short by a whole lot. , JIM RUSSELL, the sorrel-topped lad from Chiihowee. This is "Red's" second year in school 5 15 the and his first year to make the team. He fought the ball every minute and stuck to the opposing er Yeaf team like a burr, playing either forward or center. Another year of polishing for jim and he will be the talk of the conference. fastest CLOYD RAGNER, "Rags," has worn the black and red of the Mules for the last time. This Jopulaf' made the third letter he has won in basket ball. "Rags" got a late start but hit the basket con- Tutlhls sistently all through the season, making counters when they were most needed. He had a knack mr him- for jumping up, tipping the ball, and then coming down with it that gave us the ball on the tipoff regularly. sd next HERBERT ALBERS comes to us from Washington and steps right out for a freshman. "Herb" lp and saved the day at Cape during one of the games there, and was fighting all through the season. He could always be counted on to give his best. "Herb" will be back to help us win a champion- Le task ship next year. -ensive EUGENE DESCOMBES made his letter this year as a frosh. "Gene" started the season by shooting goals from a seated position on the floor, but hit a streak of hard luck during the middle of the season, later redeeming himself. He has the fight and great things are expected of him for next year. age 168 Page169 I 1 Community Catholic Club. . Baker University ..... Baker University ..... C. Girardeau Teachers ...., C. Girardeau Teachers Springfield Teachers. . Springfield Teachers. . Ivanhoe DelVlolay .... Kirksville Teachers. . . Kirlcsville Teachers. . . Springheld Teachers. . Maryville Teachers, . . Kirksville Teachers. . , Maryville Teachers. . . Maryville Teachers. . . C. Girardeau Teachers Opponents ...,.,... SQUAD SUMMARY OF BASKET BALL SEASUN INDIVIDUAL sc0REs Scores Free . X 30 Mules 19 Player ' Pos. Goals Throws Fouls Pts. Mules Garrison. . F 40 14 7 94 Mules Draper. . .. G 28 19 29 75 MuleS Descombes. . , F 24 '3 9 51 Mules- - I Russell ..,. C 19 5 8 43 Mules' H R?1g'HCf. .. C 17 8 15 42 Mules Petre .... G 16, 10 is 42 Mules Albers ..., F 12 4 5 28 Mules Getting. . . F 9 1 I 19 U GS Cull ..... If 4 5 13 MUICS Wlilliains. . c 5 4 9 10 Mules wrrirr ..,.. G 5 1 5 7 Mules- r - Wfalbridge. G 3 1 9 7 Mules wood ..... F I 0 o 2 Mulf-fS Childress. . G 0 0 0 0 MUIQS French ..,. G 0 0 0 0 Mules Caoper .... G 0 0 0 0 Michaels. . G O 0 0 0 Page 170 l w'gnu -.Kapil 's Pts, 94 75 51 43 42 42 28 19 13 10 7 2 O 0 0 0 :zge 170 . -vig. , . ,J W Y Y x -SQUAD M.i.1i.fi TRACK curfiifiiiioixis, was HE first track meet of the year was held April 9th, with Wentwortli, at Lexington. The Mules easily won this meet by the scores of 72y2 to MM. The next meet was one of the most spectacular meets the Mules have ever contested in. It was held April 15th, at Central College, Fayette. After breaking five records the Mules found themselves on the short end of a 63 score with only the mile relay team left to decide the meet. It was then that the mile relay team really came to life and stepped the distance in exceptionally fast time and shattered another school record, thereby paving the Way for an undefeated season. The third meet was the annual triangular meet which was held at Kirks- ville. The Mules Won this meet easily defeating both Kirksville and Maryville, breaking several school records and unofficially lowering several state records. The most outstanding performance was the 9.9 sec. record in the century dash turned in by Ralph Brown. The final score was: VVarrensburgA-89Mg Kirks- ville-44g and Maryville-30'M. . The climax of the season was the State Meet held at Springheld. It was a battle from the "bark" of the starter's gun on the 1100" to the breaking of the tape on the mile relay which decided that the Mules were the undefeated, un- disputed champions of the M. I. A. A. Page 171 K. BROXVN C ULL WILLIAMS WHITE TRACK pkosimecrs Pon 1927 ITH about thirty-live men reporting for practice each afternoon, there seems to be good reason to believe that the Mules will uphold last year's record and again win the M. I. A. A. championship. Vlfith nine Hold" men working hard each afternoon and twenty-five new men, each with an , there seems to be enviable high school record, making a mad scramble for a berth on theteam no reason why Coach Reid's men can't wall: away with the banner again in 1927. Some of the outstanding men who wore the Mule uniform last year are: Kennedy, holder of the M. I. A. A. discus-throw record with a heave of 134 feet, and the National Decathlon record with a total of 7,236.55 points, Townsend, the phantom flyer of Breckenridge, who holds the state record in the two-mile, the time is 10.'10.2. Other men who will make the sledding hard for the other conference teams are Williams, who has approached tne six-foot mark in the highjump and Page 172 ood l. I. ,all ibe lder ord :ate the and N. H ,Q l lk. l KENNEDY R. BROWN Ross STACY TOWNSEND topped the high hurdles in very fast time, Roy and Kenneth Brown, who form a hard combination for anyone to beat in 4405 Ross, the jefferson City boy who was injured early last season, but not before he had proved that he is a dangerous opponent in either the 100 or 220. Other old men are Cull, a discus thrower of no mean ahilityg VVhite and Stacy, who clip off the 100 and 220 in exceptionally fast time. , There are some outstanding freshmen and new men who are making competition very strong for the old men. Some of the most outstanding are the Cooper brothers, from Houstonia. Clyde is a quarter-miler and Claude is a discus thrower and high jumper. John Wilson is the 100 and 220-yard demon from Linn Creek. Other promising men are: Dashes-Fields, Childress, and Blountg middle distance- Painter, Brockman, L. Kennedy, Farmer, and Strickland, distance men-Schmitt, Culwell and Johnsong field men-Kanoy, Redford, Albers, Ferguson, Michael and Payne. Out of all this array of track material, it is very likely that Coaches Reid and lfVilliams will develop a team that will cause a lot of trouble for the other teams in the conference. Page 173 192 7 Prospeels RTRACCK RECORDS OIF CC. M. S.. T. QC. Event 100-yard dash .... 220-yard dash .... 440-yard dash ,.., 880-yard run ..... 1-mile run ..,,... 2-mile run ..,.... 120 high hurdles. . 220 low hurdles... .Vernon Kennedy. . . 41'11 Shot-put ........ Holder Time Ralph Brown. .. 9. Ralph Brown ..... 22. Hubert Brown ..... 54. Tom Holt ..... .... 2 :O2. Dudley Townsend. . 4:38. Dudley Townsend. . 10:10. Herbert Edmunds. , 16. Lee White ......... 26. Year Made 1926 1926 1925 1926 1926 1926 1926 1926 1926 Event Discus ...... Javelin. , . . . .. High jump .... Broad jump... Pole vault .... Half-mile relay. . . One-mile relay.. . . Year Holder Time Made Vernon Kennedy. . . 134' 4" 1926 Vernon Kennedy. . . 176'115" 1926 Herbert Edmunds. . S' 95" 1926- Lawrence XVilliams.. 21'11 ' 1921 Roy French ...... .. 11' 6 1926- Ralph Brown, Roy Brown, Humph- reys, Hutcheson. . 1:32 .3 1926 Humphreys, Holt, R. Brown, K. Brown. 3:33. 1926 1 Page 174+ l L. nc C tr al m tl ra T in se I 'HKS IU fl: Q .5 i. 1 1 5 il K 'ear ads l926- l926 l926- l921 l926 l9261 l926- 9 A Ili 174-1 ,g TNDOOR RELAY TEAM NDOOR track is becoming more popular in C. M. S. T. C. each year. The Mules have had some very good indoor relay teams in the past and this year was no exception. This year the team was composed of one veteran and three recruits-Roy Brown, Kenneth Brown, Lester Fields, and Leland Kennedy. Roy Brown was the only man from last year's team. Ken- neth Brown, however, made his letter outdoors last year. Lester Fields is from Kansas City Central, and Kennedy is from Mendon. Both of these men promise to develop into exceptional track men. This year the team took part in two meets, the first one was the invitation meet at Kemper and the other one was the K. C. A. C. Indoor Meet. The team did not win in either one of these meets but made a good showing in each meet. The Mules had some fast competition in both of these meets. At Kemper they ran against the fast Kemper team: at Kansas City they also ran junior College and the nationally-known Haskell Institute team. Besides the relay team, there were other athletes who represented the Mules in these meets. They were: Dudley Townsend and Christ Schmitt in the mile and two-mile run. "Bill" Williams in the high jump and Vernon Kennedy in the weights. They all made a good showing and scored several points at the Kemper meet. 7, , A... V4 .y.. . ...Q 'ft' 71' 4 9 114' sr, ak Page 175 ' HWS IOLLIE C HE Old members Of the "VV" Club met early in the fall quarter and elected the following Ofhcers: Clarence Whiteman, Presidentg Maynard White, Vice-Presidentg Kenneth Cull, Secretary-TreasurergJames Kirkpatrick, Student Council Representative. The "VV" Club is an organization composed Of men who have earned letters in football, basket ball, or track in C. M. S. T. C. The Club stands for clean sportsmanship and fair play, and strives to put athletics On a higher basis. The Club has been an active Organization this year. A clubroom has been secured and attractively furnished. In it are found pictures of prominent athletes of C. M. S. T. C. and showcases Where the cups, medals and other trophies which the school has Won in athletics are displayed. Twenty-five members are in school this year. They are: KENNETII BRONVN ROY BRONVN KENNETH CULL CHARLES DICK FLOYD DORLAND MONT DRA.PER JAMES R. GARRISON LOLAN GIBSON EUGENE JOHNSON VERNON KENNEDY JAMES KIRKPATRICK HOWARD PATTERSON CLOYD RAGNER WIIRGIL REID CHESTER RILEY JAMES ROTHNVELL LEXVIS SCOTT STERLING STACY BENTON SUMMERS DUDLEY TOWNSEND LEE WALDRIDGE MAYNARD WIIITE CLARENCE WHITEMAN WILLIAM H. WILLIAMS GEORGE WOOD -B. S. Page l 176 P' an 114 n' V S P. 19 ted ite, ent f6I'S 32111 3611 -tes ich 176 BETTER HEALTH CLUB HE Better Health Club was organized during the winter quarter. lt is com- posed of men students who are majoring in physical education and who have attained the rank of sophomore. Its purpose is to discuss those problems relating' to physical education and health which will benefit its members. To become a member one must meet the following requirements: Have no pronounced anatomical or physiological defects. Be a Well-proportioned physical specimen. ' Live biologically and hygenically. Not be a habitual user of candy, tobacco, fountain or alcoholic drinks, or stimulants. Be able to swim at least fifty yards. Take at least ten minutes of systematic exercise daily-properly attired. Bathe at least four times a week. Eat natural foods, including plenty of nuts, fruits and vegetablesg avoiding refined and devitalized foods as much as pcssiblc. Spend at least one hour each day in the open. Avoid drugs and the use of medicines as much as possible. Read at least one good article on health or physical education each week. Keep scholastic standing as high as that required in competing in athletics. The ofhcers for this year are: Lolan Gibson, Presidentg Maynard Vihitc, Vice-'Presidentg Harry Scott, Secretary-Treasurer, Coach "Bill" Williams, Sponsor. WJ. C. K. Page 177 12 CLASS CHAMPTUNS HE class basket ball tournament, sponsored by W. A. A., was a very excit- ing event. There were three teams: Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior- Senior. Each team played every other team twice, making six games, all of which were well attended. A Miss Maybauer with the aid of three assistants-Nadine Austin, Freshmang Vesta Tetley, Sophomoreg Agnes Burris, junior-Senior+coached all three teams. Managers who arranged for practices and notified the members of their squads were elected by the classes. They were: Freshmen, Irene Brooksg Sophomore, Margarette Wallaceg Junior-Senior, Elisabeth Ferguson. Amy Roop was general manager. Miss Maybauer refereed all the games. Throughout the tournament the race for championship was close but the Freshmen always managed to have the higher score by at least one point. They came through the tournament with four victories and no defeats, thereby gain- ing the much-coveted title, "Champions" With all the promising material that will be back next winter and with the usual good freshmen material coming in, the tournament next year promises to be an even better one than that of this year. Page 178 tcit- iior- hich ian g ims. iads tore, was the 'hey ain- the IS to 5.12178 l AlLlL.-:STAR TEAM HE hrst six players of each team met and selected the all-star team. Irene Brooks chosen as one of the forwards certainly lived up to her excellent reputation. She played on the Training High School team and on the Wdarrensburg High School team and was always applauded for her cool, precise, and easy playing. Much to the disaster of the other two teams Irene couldn't miss the basket in these class games. She served the freshman team as captain and certainly did much to help win the championship for her class. Elisabeth Ferguson, as she has done the past two years, made the team as jumping center. Plus Elisabeth's excellent jump, which practically insured the tip-off for the junior-seniors, she had the ability to keep cool and to direct the play wisely with her signals. Ethel Hall came to the freshman team with the firmly established reputation which she had gained in Warrensburg High School. She kept it and even im- proved it. She distinguished herself not by sticking to her forward, but by getting the ball hrst by her high jumps and quick playing. Amy Roop, junior-senior captain, was chosen as the other guard. She was a member of the championship team as a freshman and again as a sophomore, and a member of the all-star team for three years. Amy always plays the ball and not the player. She is a good loser and a good winner. Rosemary Stubblefield, a sophomore, was chosen running center. Although Rosemary is not tall, she moved quickly over the floor and outplayed many of those who had the advantage of height. She did excellent work for the sopho- mores throughout the tournament. Iosephine Vlfood, sophomore, is what one might call a "crack" forward. She is an excellent shot, more than three-fourths of the time the ball went through the basket. In josephine's absence Vesta Tetley was chosen to represent her in the picture. Page179 WUMENIS ATIILIETICC ASSOCIATION HE Women's Athletic Association, as its name implies, is an organization which sponsors the athletic activities of the women's department of physical education. The organization has been very successful under its new point system. Four girls received pins this year, and a large number have earned big "W's" and little "W's." This summer there will be several members eligible for the fourth award, a small loving cup. This will be the first time that cups have been awarded. A X A W. A. A. sponsored the interclass basket ball this year. The tournament was very successful, and all of the games were well attended. The freshmen were champions, winning all of their games. 'With the help of the Canearies, VV. A. A. brought Tony Sarg's Marionettes here for two performances. This proved to be one of the hnest entertainments of the year. W. A. A. is an inclusive organization, not an exclusive one. It wants every girl in school who is interested and willing to work and play. ' Page 180 def' ' . ,,..,....i 'f ' i,5 Q' -EIT' " ' ' .. uri --6, 1.143 .. ....." WAR - - fn t B .X' If Mal I . tc'igQ-, l . til as 1 11,43 is A gm A 1 Xwflf- full IGI . Mx ' ef I l 3 A-qq svssw Faris? Eff 5 3 Q I ? Qi gel80 "-X - ' - 1-QQ . , 41 , ,.,-- -izil. -ur 1'- "gf, -iZZ"iK ' ..1-11 1 .1--l -ini... ..,-l 4. ,...1un-v ,.-1-1 --aw -M- fvszr- AD RTISEM TS .-1 -- .,.....,. .. . I 5 I 3 , x X ' 1 Y - , Yjw, ,, . Y 4 if '41 , IL- ,'F:f Fx. ,,-,., .:,,.,.,... - " - fy 'f-Y !" ' " " ' 'H' li i'--1-11 1 r V 5. F Y i v A 42 K , t, if F F V A , n 'E F, F ? r I. I SL !. F 4 vu 'if' L, W L E, E E ia 9' ii r 5 r r r r -V ,, v L F v P b V. 1 EI 5 L. w r 5 I r 9 E 1 1 . L. - I A J NI 1 ,..... Page 18 SHOP HARZFELD' l PETTI COAT LANE GIRLS, REMEMBER- Whatever you,re wanting in the Way of apparel, or accessories, the shops at HARZFELDLS are replete With youthful fashions that will delight you-and the one you dress to please. 'if IN KANSAS CITY MISSOURI KELLER-H1+:UMANN-THoMPsoN GOOD CLOTHES AT POPULAR PRICES MEN'S SUITS, S25 .oo, 83o.oo AND 835.00 N 0 More-N 0 Less NEW ERA SHIRTS MALLORY HATS HOLE-PROOF HOSIERY "FEN CO." CAPS ' ALLEN A. UNDERWEAR ELBRO SPORT SWEATERS WE FEATURE BRACKEN CRAVATS "Always First with the Latest in N eckwearn WILCOXON BROS. CASH CLOTHIERS-GN THE CORNER WARRENSBURG and ODESSA P 181 I l l l I i Ill .4 V 5 I I' L..-may .....mn1 I ui I Ei ll ll A L. l l l l l 1 l ' MeMEEKIN'S RUGS FURNITURE WALLPAPER I DRAPERIES PICTURE FRAMING Y 307-og-II N. HOLDEN ST. WARRENSBURG, MO. Manufacturers . of WA RRENSBURG ICE CREAM PHONE I3 I WARRENSBURG CREAM ERY CO. A120111 er Seventh Day of Rest One-seventh of your time is ' spent doing your laundry. Phone Ioo and be beneflted. "Send it to the Laundryn Clothes Washed in better Water than you drink. All Water used is filtered. CITY STEAM LAUNDRY WARRENSBURG, MO. The WONDER STORE Gzfz Shop I NOVELTIES I PICTURE FRAMING and I EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME HOTEL ESTES M. J. ELBERT Proprietor 5.3. Sl-,Lena 3. ts- 5.1 tat'-f WARRENSBURG, MO. P 182 JOHN THRAILKILL One Price Clothier lo E WARRENSBURG MISSOURI THE HOME OF KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES The Store that gives Value in return for your patronage and Service in appreciation of your Confidence. JOHN THRAILKILL ' One Price Clothier I WARRENSBURG, Mo. YOU' WILL LIKE OUR TOASTED SANDWI CHE S CAND YLAND IO4 W. PINE ST. TEL. 16K F A U L K N E R S Always Sells for Less MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS, SHOES AND FURNISHINGS WARRENSBURG MISSOURI TELEPHONE 2 I 3 ODORLESS CLEANERS E. M. GARDNER Proprietor Work Called for and Delivered 206 S. HOLDEN STREET WARRENSBURG MISSOURI P ge 183 5 I 1 l l 1 l I , I l 4 1 ' I l I I I 09.1-.. . 1...- CENTRAL MISSOURI f STATE TEACHERS CQLLEGE I at- WARRENSBUSRG THIS Teachers' College, with a his- tory of more than a half century of service, is a member of the North Central Association of colleges and high schools and the American Asso- ciation of 'Teachers' Colleges. Its faculty is unsurpassed in scholarship and teaching ability. Its new build- ings are modern in architecture and equipment. All departments, includ- ing academic subjects, Art, Com- merce, Music, Home Economics, Manual Training, and Agriculture with its model farm, are up-to-date. The demand for its graduates is con- stant. Write for catalog. fa E. L. HENDRICKS, President Page 184- SANITARY LUNCH F O O D fit for CHAMPIONS CULL and WHITFIELD 5 1 ' I s f I LLE ' for the Best in Meats WE TRY TO KEEP. EVERYTHING FOR ,TH E PICNIC LLE , PHONE 231 Estes Beauty twmme Registered Operators VITA-TONIC, FRED- ERIC AND EUGENE PERMANENT WAV- ING, MARCEL WAV- ING, WATER WAV- ING, MANICURING, MASSAGING, SHAM- POOING PHONE 62 SHEPARD'S More Than Fifty Years of Continuous Business in W etrrensburg DRY GOODS NOTIONS MUNSINGWEAR ONYX HOSIERY WARNER'S CORSETS WARNER,S MUSLINWEAR OTHER GOODS OF LIKE MERIT We Invite You Page 136 f z i r 0 I TJ 1 1 A 7 L IT zge 136 Page 187 1 fi" W ' mmm, ,ffm ' 3-"fl" " , 45 ...qfxv ' f fe? 1 1,1 if 1 T-T-?7 Tni 1 7 1 ' ' '," 53-r:'fll' ,A "' 1.,--..,m.T0.. - gif' W I' V far- kj uhfwwy A I X yn , , fw jhvllu . ,T 4' A, " - X 9,422 ,AN, ,-,3 ' ' 7 -i l ' - Q "W " A -E C , LQ 1 Q X 'I 1 S in ad 14. ' f 1 it . jg Q B M ll 9493 11 4311 '- .-j-l:17:- -. W , KA,-uv 'r ',f-::T:r3- . ,,, ' I , wW5WQnww -'wL3lfff:!1'5i'l?1 N -4 "7 --w--"" .a if Vfflfilg ,',1'1'v1.g.iH'I!,W T q :A Y A T575 " V f,f:fS.3,.,., 1 T7 -253 ,.fY,25:v-.gg - Q-Hlw-KL jf. v,. , 1 .g5i5.g5,.i:::f11 , Q 1 14 31 ,wmgwwwmm .141- J 2, Jfmiluna. L41 eff f f. 3 'S-' 'kiW!EH'iil11tf. . ' . lvfill-Aff' ',' if T ... 1 'VE53 "" ' 1 -L"WC" ' Z' .. ' CITIZENf BA ofWHRRENSBURG STRONG PROGRESMVE ACCOMMODATING CAPITAL . . . . S 100 , 000. 00 N SURPLUS and PROFITS . IIS ,000.00 DEPOSITS I . . 740,000.00 College Depositofy RUSSELLN BROTHERS lqylldlllnjl Cloflzes Slzolo WARRENSBURG N O LOBBAN S DRY GOODS CO W czrremburg 5 Most Popular Dry Goods Store OUR GARMENT DEPART MENT SPECIALIZES IN POPULAR PRICED AP PAREL FOR WOMEN AND MISSES THOMSON SELLS FOR LESS 117 WEST PINE STREET WARRENSBURG MO STAR THEATRE Home 0 Better Pzctures ohnson County S Fmest Pla house SEATS College C21 fe We thank the student body for patronage MEALS SANDWI CHES DRINKS CANDIES K R E S S E B R O S SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CAMPUS as Q , 1 . f ' ' , ' I ' ' G R O CE R IES ONE THOUSAND COMFORTABLE 2 A n L E , Two BIG INSTITUTIONS-C. M. S. T. C. AND THE Star Journal Publislung Co. Q55 IE ARE at the service of the College students, and are pleased to co-operate with .the necessary local publicity in all their activities. By Way of reciprocity, We respectfully solicit your patronage, and We know We can give you your money's Worth. All kinds of up-to-date commercial Work, per- sonal cards, letterheads, programs and cata- logs. , We thank you for past-patronage, and solicit your future business. A Make This Office Your Headquarters THE STAR JOURNAL Meet 'CUB at the Students, l 3 l 7' . F- N P- D E l fi , E GGODYEAR TIRES Headquarters and WILLARD BATTERIES PLEASE "U" Complete Service ou Sezfutzoteft Shop fu Mare ' ' We specialize in all kinds if K IS of Toasted Sandwiches Y -- CASSINGHAM X: --NG l- any A me soN WVARRENSBURG DORLAND BROS. Proprietors TELEPHONE 33 g 188 Pg 189 N 1 . , .. f V 'l lli .l il ii M2 l If a boy lOVes a girl, l That's his business. l If a girl loves a bOy, ' : fi' That's her business. D S If they get married, i b That's their business. V r But if they have their l li Pictures taken, that's MY BUSINESS J . G . S T O N E A cjlffaiers gf THOTOS ffm! pfeaye E wnii l Warrensburg Style Shop I T h 5 . V ' Vitt-Mays-Garrison . N READY'T0'WEAR Manufacturing CO. N I MILLINERY 5 DRY GGODS A WARRENSBURG, NIO. l H I BEAUTY SHOP Y l ' S Manufacturers Of A l S HVYTTS-22'-FITS" t LARGEST STOCK OF WOMEN S Dependablf Work Clothes WEAR IN JOHNSON COUNTY l Pg 190' I I POWELL STUDIO E A T ' CG BUTTER KRUST Mlgjlgxl-gIRCIAL A BREAD K H1175 Madg With I CAPITAL, SURPLUS and Milky: UNDIVIDED PROFITS 5I50,000.00 'Q' BUTTER KRUST BAKERY WARRENSBURG, MO' Students' Accounts Solicitfd The Wz'n chester Store HARDWARE ECLIPSE LAWN M OW E R S, R E D STAR GAS me OIL STOVES Y Shock ef2e'Warnick TELEPHONE 218 W '.WAY 2.77 Me LEAD The new improved . FORD CAR with the many new improvements and re-' inements makes this the Outstanding Value in four-cylinder cars. Let its demonstrate this new ear THEODORE SHOCK F ora' Agency WARRENSBURG, MO. SOUTH MAGUIRE STREET Better Sfzvp I Opposite Southeast Corner of the Campus Vverrzetz Urttg 0. Completelirte of DRUGS, TOILET GOODS and PAINTS II6 W. PINE STREET Just West Of Star Theatre Try Our Drug Store First Cleland's Market SOUTH OF THE CAMPUS THE BEST HOME-KILLED MEATS Prompt service and cOurteOus treatment Delivery Service PHONE 544 POLLOCKS CORNER VARIETY -STORE CANDY : z BOOKS STATIONERY STUDENTS, SUPPLIES For Less Moiieys' Pg 92 Y at E I ' Pri', . W ' ce : mfr Q Q ERE you see the faces C 575 2 of somehof the staffs 'QQ of University and College Annuals in eight States who have demon- strated their confidence in our service this year. 1 f And past performance has shown beyond doubt that they are justified in believ- ing' "Leaclers11ipnanc1 "Kraft Builtu to be synonymous. ' This Annual Printed and Bound by THE Hugh Stephens Press "Kraft Builtv Annuals JEFFERSON CITY, MO 'I-Iudu SIEPHE ICRAFT BUILT fl x , QA . -' "TK-27i7.:,i4 ar K J w x .H , Q -wh : ' P -'I 1. 1 5 1 Q, ' wg3'Yi"' , f f A sf, 3' SN , ,fg ..-AA ., V , Leu . . 4 5 -ge. B - ,-ff n Sf' Q -r f 2 'B 5 ,W ? " ""'7":" 5 2 '3 ,, 3 Z Z 6 5 ' ,z as-f,f' f 55 3 ' 1 r o f' ff' ' 45 , f if 5,"'!,+s.fi V l 5 uu'7vf Www M- ,fi if v V ' 5 3 ' fe "uf, ,. E 0 2 Z , bmw ,A,,A , ..Lu.w,,. "A Burger Book" +the very name com- mands unusual interest for a college or school Annualg for more prizes have been won by books engraved by Burger than by those of any two other engraving houses. Give your book the same chance. 62Burger Eijugrauing 615. sm acvvYANno'1'TE srs N KANSAS CITY N 'af A fl 1, ,ra www gy 7 Qvfms +425 gm, V-5-av Wag, WJ, img, I 'A fm M f g 41- if ag Z j 1, +fa,'!:Al,.9- ff w 'MV 2 if 5 ? J 1, 9 , 1 ' , f- if if ,wzfmff -Qs., 'wi-lsr. 1 5 1,13 H116 uw,-or .r,,a1:ch:. 4 4, 4 f N. ' 5:1 H, 'J A lWWWWWwwfeW , n 7 I' fl f? , . 5 Pvfilfn, L , , ,I 'f X! '7 'jim F Z? "" ' ry, ffjoaww ffvgg, A ' TENNIS BASEBALL - -2-' GOLF I 97 EF 2945 14? ' e I HUNTING FISHING WHATEVER THE SPORT, WE SUPPLY THE EQUIPMENT A mms 00, 'Sporting Goods Exclusively" KANSAS CITY, MO. PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK UNDER GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION A Q L9 . . T9 Prom i wnouzw I P I I . 1 e i ' E 2 Member Federal Referoe Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S155 ,OOO . OO Home ofthe Chime Clock 117 NORTH HOLDEN STREET , pf NYZJTE POUQUET STUDENTS p ., A cfm P, ,, I A HEADQUARTERS GRA15UAT1ION'DAY 4- - 5 A n. 'A 'yn PA LACE I 07?fB6fZ'07767fQ! I26 N. HOLDEN ST. lv. s G. 15- SWEENEY-GORE CO. IOQ-III EAST MARKET STREET WARRENSBURG, MO. PHONE 297 ESTES-GA RAGE STORAGE-REPAIRING 'iduto Laundry' Page 193 l l HQUAILITY ALWAYS-PRICES IN REASONU VVYANT-CARLSON WHOLESALE GROOERY COMPANY ii Oldest Wholesale Grocery in Kansas 4 I 4 I i I 208-ZIO WEST THIRD STREET , City, catering to I-Iotels, Restaurants i I and Institutions only. EKANSAAS CITY, Mo. , T THE CHAMPION SHOE REPAIR SHOP Shoe Repairing and Shine Parlor ' l KELLY 81 SULLIVAN, Propriezforf IO3 NORTH HOLDEN STREET X , I ' WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF I ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES . Every Appliance Guaranteed Curlers, 3 and 6-lb irons, marcel ! wavers, toasters, table stoves, I grills, heaters, washing ma- ! chmes, Ironers, d1sh-Washers, , vacuum sweepers, refrigerating equipment. x . WALKER'S FOOD Develaps and Maintains Leaders Walker's Cafe l li . . 1 West MISSOUTI Power Co. 109 W PINE STREET Give Us a Call PHONE 240 IO8 W. PINE xi A . ,,,,,. , , ,, , E, ,Y , I 1 V Page I 94 N77 ANY CITY, Mo. 'OOD intaim Safe lEI?T Pa ge 194 3. -I E 5. I Hymn...-. ug. 8 rl lb Il ll 1,1 p xkxxxxxxxxxk DIAMONDS, WATCHES and llilllimilal Very low prices and large ':':":'i'T':"'i!!gljh Wadsworth I: A p selections EYE SPECIALIST GLAssEs ACCURATELY FITTED I EXAMINATION AND TEsTs-No CHARGE J. A. ZIMMERMAN The Leading jeweler emel Optometrist EAGLE CAFE WELCOME STUDENTS and TEACHERS With a guarantee to Satisfy and Save You Money K QUALITY FOOD AT POPULAR PRICES Not Better Than the Best But Better Than the Rest MCKENZIE 81 SONS A II 3 WEST PINE STREET IF YOU WANT PRINTING c'With Quality and Service" CALL234 Standard-Herald WARRENSBURG, Mo. We carry a complete line of WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCILS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, EAST- MAN KODAKS, TOILET REQUISITES and DRUG SUNDRIES "Pre.tcriptiortf Filled Accurately" T. B. MONTGOMERY, Driigg THE NYAL STORE CORNER PINE AND HOLDEN STREET PHONE 2II Sanitary Grocery 316-PHONES-317 We specialize in Quality Merchandise and Prompt Service. To our Patrons and C. M. S. T. C. Stu- - dents, we extend a hearty 1572 welcome. E. M. FRENCH, Prop. 523 S. MAGUIRE STREET I ALLEN-CHRISTOPHER BOOKSHOP COLLEGE STUDENT SUPPLIES y ART SUPPLIES, STATIONERY WATER MAN BOOKS emel SHEAFFER PENS RENTAL LIBRARY Page 196 and e ED TTING d rald cery V 'C V np. TOP l , Pg 196 AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY - WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI -THE PATH OF THRIFT LEADS TO COMFORT Big Enough to Take Care of You-Not Too Big to Know You HEBERLING SHOE COMPANY WARRENSBURG, Mo. CTSMART SHOES and HOSIERY7' T. .. , dn CULP ELEVATOR MILLS, Jesse Culp, Owner The COLLEGE SHOP OONFECTIONERY I FRANKIZIN ICE CREAM and IcEs CANDIES : : SANDWICHES HOT AND COLD DRINKS DAVENPORT HOTEL W. F. FISHER, Proprietor INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS M armfarturerf of COMMENCEMENTANNOUNCE MENTS, DIPLOMAS, STATION- ERY, CLASS JEWELRY, TRO- PHIES AND MEDALS KANSAS CITY MISSOURI OUR ADVERTISERS THE STAFF desires to express its appre- ciation for the support of the Advertisers, by calling to the reader's attention the fact that those business organizations Whose ad- vertisements appear herein are Worthy of your patronage. P 127 I W yl N 2 :Q 1 1 i i V r f 5 l i I I V N z' N ! i 1 I I 7 5 1 , w 4 L x w 1 p '5 :IW 5 w WW mmf 4 1 i ww 1 . Q! ,r E ,,Q,,4..,,..,-. .. 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